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1651 Verheiratet in Komeise.

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Lauffer, Adolf (I5304)
 
1652 Verheiratet mit Robert Knabe in Comeise.

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Lauffer, Marie Louise (I29005)
 
1653 Verheiratete Satke.

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Lauffer, Albertine (I29105)
 
1654 Verlin Mitchell Hatch, beloved husband, father, brother, grandfather, uncle and friend reunited with loved ones beyond the veil on June 5, 2004, after a long and courageous battle with cancer.

He was born on Friday the 13th of May in 1921 in Provo, Utah to William Anson Hatch and Lila Margaret Mitchell Hatch. He graduated from BY High in Provo, Utah. After graduation, he was hired to work on a survey crew where he had the opportunity to survey much of the State of Utah, walking up to 20 miles a day.

Later he joined the Spanish Fork National Guard. His unit was called into action during World War II. He was a staff sergeant in the U.S. Army, serving under General Patton's 3rd Army, and in charge of a battery and 8" Howitzers. He earned the silver star, bronze star, and twice the Purple Heart.

After the war he became an auto mechanic and moved to San Jose, CA. He had many interests, including rock collecting, coin collecting, and became a very knowledgeable antique dealer, often appraising items for others. He had a coin shop in San Jose, CA, and an antique store in Jacksonville, Oregon.

Married for 61 years to Bessie Rowena Carter, who passed from this life on January 20, 2004. They were married on March 30, 1943 in Wyoming. They were sealed in the Oakland Temple in 1971. Together they served temple missions to the Seattle, Washington Temple and the Portland, Oregon Temple. He was a wonderful father and example over the many years of his full life. His remarkable courage and endurance amazing his doctors and therapists. He never let his illness diminish his sense of humor, and he made friends wherever he went. --- Taken from his obituary
 
Hatch, Verlin Mitchell (I83241)
 
1655 Vidner til dåber var pige Ane Kirstine Agerholm Agerholm, Ejnar (I42228)
 
1656 Viet den 25. april 1853, efter at have modtaget kongelig bevilling af 21. april 1853, til Carl Frederik Thorn i kirken i Onsbjerg.
Viet den 25. april 1853, efter at have modtaget kongelig bevilling af 21. april 1853, til Carl Frederik Thorn i kirken i Onsbjerg. 
Heegaard, Helene Sophie (I24392)
 
1657 viet paa Dødslejet til Borgmester i Randers Jesper Lauridsen. Bentsdatter, Maren (I33138)
 
1658 Viet til Rasmus Anton Jensen den 14 maj 1901 i Onsbjerg Kirke, Samsø.

Forlovere var: Købmand Anker Heegaard Hansen, Onsbjerg og Sognepræst Axel Bartholdy Møller, Onsbjerg.
Viet til Rasmus Anton Jensen den 14 maj 1901 i Onsbjerg Kirke, Samsø.

Forlovere var: Købmand Anker Heegaard Hansen, Onsbjerg og Sognepræst Axel Bartholdy Møller, Onsbjerg. 
Larsen, Ingeborg Alma Helene (I24166)
 
1659 VIEW BIOGRAPHICAL ITEMS IN STORIES (MEMORIES) FOR THIS RECORD, 9SSX-7D1. and biographical information below. ***PLEASE DON'T DELETE OR MERGE THIS RECORD, AS IT MAY DELETE 0R RELOCATE MEMORIES ITEMS AND SOURCES (UNLESS this record is surviving record - on left during merger). It is hoped that this will be the final surviving record once all mergers possible have been completed. THANK YOU!! . SHE APPEARS TO BE MOTHER OF 14 CHILDREN, ALTHOUGH THE YOUNGEST ONES WOULD HAVE BEEN BORN IN HER LATE 40s. Ulalia or Eulalia is found spelled in multiple records this way. Her birtdate is NOT KNOWN. Why people keep putting 28 dec 1609 or 1600 is a ERROR. How they got this is from the book page 486: http://interactive.ancestry.com/49174/FLHG_HaleHouseRelatedFamilies-0496/?backlabel=ReturnBrowsing#?imageId=FLHG_HaleHouseRelatedFamilies-0503, and by misreading that date for the marriage date which is really 28 dec 1619. PLEASE READ! Marche, Eulalia (I72565)
 
1660 VIEW BIOGRAPHICAL ITEMS IN STORIES (MEMORIES) FOR THIS RECORD, LDP6-6Y8. and biographical information below. ***PLEASE DON'T DELETE OR MERGE THIS RECORD, AS IT MAY DELETE 0R RELOCATE MEMORIES ITEMS AND SOURCES (UNLESS this record is surviving record - on left during merger). It is hoped that this will be the final surviving record once all mergers possible have been completed. THANK YOU!! HE APPEARS TO BE FATHER OF 14 CHILDREN. Burt, Henry (I72596)
 
1661 VIEW BIOGRAPHICAL ITEMS IN STORY (MEMORIES) FOR THIS RECORD, KWJ4-XV1. See also Stories attached to record of her husband, KWJ4-XVY ​ ***PLEASE DON'T DELETE OR MERGE THIS RECORD, AS IT MAY DELETE 0R RELOCATE MEMORIES ITEMS AND SOURCES (UNLESS this record is surviving record - on left during merger). It is hoped that this will be the final surviving record once all mergers possible have been completed. THANK YOU!!. , Rowley, Jerusha Jane (I65132)
 
1662 VIEW BIOGRAPHICAL ITEMS IN STORY (MEMORIES) FOR THIS RECORD, KWJ4-XVY. ***PLEASE DON'T DELETE OR MERGE THIS RECORD, AS IT MAY DELETE 0R RELOCATE MEMORIES ITEMS AND SOURCES (UNLESS this record is surviving record - on left during merger). It is hoped that this will be the final surviving record once all mergers possible have been completed. THANK YOU!!. See also: BIOS: (1) "A History of the Town of Middlefield, Massachusetts," by Edward Church Smith and Philip Mack Smith (privately published: 1924), pg. 407: RODOLPHUS BABCOCK, s. Daniel and Jerusha (Taylor) Babcock, b. Mid. 2-26-1800; d. Spanish Fork, Utah, 3-15-1872; m. Mina, N. Y. 1821, Jerusha Rowley who d. Salt Lake City, Sept. 1850. In 1817 he took up some land there, built a cabin and kept "Batchelor's Misery" until he married four years later. About 1832 he joined the Mormons and moved to Jackson Co., Mo. Driven from there, he moved to Hancock Co., Ill., moved in 1847 to Winterquarters, Nebraska, joining the great Mormon migration under Brigham Young in the spring of that year arriving in Salt Lake Valley in October. Went to California and found gold in 1849. Lived later at Plymira [Palmyra] and Spanish Fork, Utah. (Information furnished by A. Rowley Babcock.) (2) CROSSING THE PLAINS:
Babcock family members were in the Fifth Ten (led by Thomas Orr, Sr.) of the First Fifty (led by Joseph Horne) of the Second Hundred (led by Edward Hunter) of the 1847 pioneers, departing 17 Jun 1847 and arriving in Salt Lake City on 29 Sep 1847. (3) "Pioneers of 1847: A Sesquicentennial Remembrance," compiled by Susan Ward Easton-Black. (4) View biographical items attached as Memories to this record 
Babcock, Adolphus (I64921)
 
1663 Viggo Oddershede er uddannet i landbruget. På Krabbesholm 1910-1911.
Ejer af Gammel Ullerupgaard, Sennels Sogn fra 1916 og til datter og svigersøn overtager gården i 1966.
Viggo sad i sognerådet i 13 år, og var sognerådsformand i 5 år.
Sad i skolekomissionen i 7 år, og var i bestyrelsen for Landmandsbanken i Thisted.
Han har også været amtsrådsmedlem, siddet i Skoledirektionen for Thisted Amt, og været i bestyrelsen for Thisted Amts of By's Sygehus.
Havde stor interesse for jydsk hesteavl."
Blev udnævnt til Ridder af Dannebro. 
Oddershede, Viggo (I28624)
 
1664 Virgil Fay Fraughton was born 4 July 1889 in Heber, Wasatch, Utah, USA. HE is the son of George Homer and Marie Elise Pherrsson (aka Mary Eliza Peterson name changed at immigration) He is the third of 8 Children. The children are: Homer Dennis, Orpha Henrietta, Stella, Virgil Fay, Orvis K, Juanita, Lowell Dee and Wendell. He married the love of his life, Lillie Amelia Bell on 4 Nov. 1911 in Heber, Wasatch, Utah, USA. they had four children. Virgie, Dee Jay, Dawna Marie, and Lillie Ione (Toni) . Virgil Fay passed away 15 Dec. 1974 in Heber Wasatch, Ut. USA and was buried 19 Dec 1974 in Heber, Wasatch, Ut. USA in the Heber City Cemetery.
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Fraughton, Virgil Fay (I62208)
 
1665 Vognmand Kristensen, Lars Smed (I28743)
 
1666 Vognmand i Sennels Sogn. Kristensen, Kaj Smed (I28762)
 
1667 Mindst én nulevende eller privat person er knyttet til denne note - Detaljer er udeladt. Christensen, Jens (I28430)
 
1668 Von Beruf Maurer.

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Beyer, Martin (I29310)
 
1669 Voter Registration Lists, Public Record Filings, Historical Residential Records, and Other Household Database Listings Kilde (S130)
 
1670 Voter Registration Lists, Public Record Filings, Historical Residential Records, and Other Household Database Listings Kilde (S315)
 
1671 Voter Registration Lists, Public Record Filings, Historical Residential Records, and Other Household Database Listings Kilde (S319)
 
1672 Voter Registration Lists, Public Record Filings, Historical Residential Records, and Other Household Database Listings Kilde (S332)
 
1673 Mindst én nulevende eller privat person er knyttet til denne note - Detaljer er udeladt. Larsen, Harly Steen Hougaard (I28868)
 
1674 War verheiratet in Weißkirch.Wurde von Robert Lauffer Kaplan ausPilgersdorf getraut.

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Lauffer, Gustav (I29035)
 
1675 Was in Dorchester as early as 1648. In March 1669, he made an acknowledgement before the church in Dorchester, for taking up and divulging reports against the Rev. Mr. Emerson. He lived in that part of Dorchester which is now Milton, and the lower part of the brook, now known as Aunt Sarah’s Brook, is styled, in the old records, Robert Badcock’s River. The apparently oldest record on the Milton Town Records was made by him as recorder. Babcock, Robert (I25147)
 
1676 was of Gambler Band living on Silver Creek Reserve No. 63 near Binscarth which entered Treaty 4 Sept. 21, 1874 under Chief Way-wa-se-capow. When most of this band moved to Valley River (Dauphin) and No. 63 was thrown open to homesteaders the Tanners family kept 860 acres (today Gambler Reserve) which descendants still farm Tanner, John III (I60309)
 
1677 Wealthy Eddy was born 24 March 1810 in Solon, Maine to Rhoda and John Fuller Eddy, the fifth of ten children. She lived in Maine until about age 7 when she and her family moved to North Java, New York.
In 1830, Wealthy grew interested in the preaching of elders of the recently founded Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Her family, however, fiercely opposed the Mormon movement and forbade Wealthy any contact with it. Faced with her family’s strong objections, Wealthy ran from home to join the church. Her parents disowned her and she never saw them again.
After leaving home, Wealthy met Stephen Billings Shumway, who would also join the LDS church. They were married 6 June 1831. While living in New York they had two children; Clarissa, who died at age two, and Ammi Warren.
Around 1835, Wealthy and Stephen moved to Kirtland, Ohio to join the main body of the church. They remained in Kirtland until 1838, when the increasingly hostile environment led them to join a group of Latter-day Saints bound for Jackson County Missouri. Due to the birth of daughter Mary Amanda on October 18, 1838, Wealthy and her family had to stop over at Randolph. In doing so, they narrowly avoided being present at Hawn's Mill with the rest of their group at the massacre of October 30th.
The family lived in difficult circumstance in Missouri until 1839, when they were forced to flee the state. They settled in the city of Nauvoo, Illinois with many others of their faith. Not long after their arrival, Stephen took ill of appendicitis and died, leaving Wealthy a widow with two small children.
On 27 February 1841, Wealthy married William Dickinson Pratt who lived in her ward in Nauvoo and whose first wife had died the previous year. Wealthy and William had 4 children while living in Nauvoo; Martha Marinda, William Jared, Stephen, and Mirza Lyona. Of these, only William Jared lived to adulthood.
Wealthy and William lived in Nauvoo through its growth as a city, the murder of Joseph and Hyrum Smith, and the transition of leadership to Brigham Young. When the exodus to the west began, William traveled with his brother Orson to Utah, arriving in 1851. Wealthy, however, remained in Iowa with the children. The details are unclear, but evidently sometime around this period William and Wealthy became estranged and divorced.
In 1952, Wealthy joined the Henry Bryant Manning Jolley Company and crossed the plains alone with her three living children; Ammi Warren, age 19, Mary Amanda, age 13, and William Jared, age 7. They made the journey safely and settled in Payson.
In 1854, Wealthy married William Cornwall Patten, whom she’d known in Nauvoo. William had been married three times previously, losing all of his wives to early deaths, and Wealthy cared for several of his children as stepmother. Wealthy and William had one daughter together, Sarah Wealthy Patten, born in 1857 in Payson.
In 1860, Wealthy and William joined others from their area in answering the call of Brigham Young to settle the Cache Valley. They moved their family to the area that would later become southern Idaho, settling first in Franklin, and later Oxford. Around 1864 William and Wealthy appear to have separated, though it is not clear when or why, but William is listed in the 1880 census as “divorced”.
In 1883, Wealthy’s daughter Mary died leaving behind a large family. Wealthy cared for and raised several of Mary’s children, as well as the son of Ammi Warren, who disappeared around the same time.
Wealthy lived the last years of her life with daughter Sarah Wealthy and her son Jared Pratt. She passed away July 18, 1892 at the age of 82 and was buried in Fremont, Idaho. 
Eddy, Wealthy (I88806)
 
1678 Wedel, holstensk uradelsslægt, der kendes fra 1200-t. Brødrene kammerherre Wilhelm Frederik lensgreve Wedel (1640-1706) og feltmarskal Gustav Wilhelm lensgreve Wedel (1641-1717) kom til Danmark hhv. ca. 1660 og 1677. Førstnævnte ophøjedes til dansk greve i 1672 og oprettede grevskabet Wedellsborg; hans bror blev ophøjet til dansk greve i 1684 og oprettede grevskabet Jarlsberg i Norge. En efterkommer i Wedellsborg-linjen, Joachim baron Wedell til Svenstrup (1862-1926), fik i 1893 bevilling til navnet Wedell-Neergaard.

Både i Danmark og i Norge lever slægten endnu; begge steder har dens medlemmer især i 1700- og 1800-t. været knyttet til hæren og centraladministrationen. Se også Vedel.

Wedellsborg er en gammel sædegård, som nævnes første gang i 1295 og kaldt Husbygaard. Senere kaldt Iversnæs fra 1350 til 1672. Grevskabet Wedellsborg er oprettet i 1672 af rigsfriherre Wilhelm Friedrich von Wedell fra Stormarn i Tyskland. Gården ligger i Husby Sogn, Middelfart Kommune. Hovedbygningen er opført i 1500 og er stærkt ombygget i 1706 og 1920.

I 2006 foretoges for første gang arkæologiske udgravninger på det middelalderlige voldsted, som Wedellsborgs hovedbygninger ligger på. Undersøgelsen foran hovedbygningen påviste et ukendt stykke af voldgraven i to faser. Den ældste voldgrav var af ca. 3,6 m bredde og antages at være fra det ældste Iversnæs. Senere - fra senmiddelalder - etableres imidlertid en ny og kraftigere voldgrav, hvori blev fundet nedrammede egepæle og fletværk. Førstnævnte kan have båret en bro, mens sidstnævnte har holdt på voldgravens materialer.

I hovedbygningen findes en lur fra bronzealder. Der er ikke offentlig adgang til hovedbygningsområdet.

Wedellsborg Gods er på 3519,4 hektar med Billeskov, Sparretorn, Tybrind, Risbro, Torbenhøj og 6 små gårde.

[redigér] Ejere af Wedellsborg
(1295-1330) Niels Hamundsen Litle
(1330-1350) Anders Pedersen Stygge
(1350-1390) Nicolaus Krummedige / Lyder Krummedige
(1390-1418) Berneke Skinkel
(1418-1449) Otto Bernekesen Skinkel
(1449) Hilleborg Ottosdatter Skinkel gift Gyldenstierne
(1449-1468) Knud Henriksen Gyldenstierne
(1468-1517) Henrik Knudsen Gyldenstierne
(1517-1540) Karen Bentsdatter Bille gift Gyldenstierne
(1540-1562) Mogens Henriksen Gyldenstierne / Knud Henriksen Gyldenstierne / Christopher Henriksen Gyldenstierne
(1562-1604) Henrik Christophersen Gyldenstierne
(1604-1610) Gabriel Christophersen Gyldenstierne
(1610-1622) Niels Henriksen Gyldenstierne
(1622-1642) Hans Johansen Lindenov
(1642-1659) Hans Hansen Lindenov
(1659-1664) Elisabeth Augusta Munk gift Lindenov
(1664) Christian Urne
(1664-1666) Hannibal Sehested
(1666) Christiane Sophie Hannibalsdatter Sehested gift von Wedell
(1666-1706) Wilhelm Friedrich lensgreve Wedell
(1706-1708) Hannibal lensgreve Wedell
(1708-1725) Anne Catharine Christiansdatter Banner gift Wedell
(1725-1757) Christian Gustav lensgreve Wedell
(1757-1766) Hannibal lensgreve Wedell
(1766-1817) Ludvig Frederik lensgreve Wedell
(1817-1828) Hannibal Wilhelm lensgreve Wedell
(1828-1882) Karl Wilhelm Adam Sigismund lensgreve Wedell
(1882-1883) Julius Wilhelm Georg Ferdinand lensgreve Wedell
(1883-1920) Wilhelm Carl Joachim Ove Casper Bendt lensgreve Wedell
(1920-1959) Julius Carl Hannibal lensgreve Wedell
(1959-1982) Charles Bendt Mogens Tido lensgreve Wedell
(1982-) Bendt Hannibal Tido lensgreve Wedell
Koordinater: 55° 22' 2,43? N, 9° 49' 12,45? Ø
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Wedellsborg Gods
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Kategorier: Herregårde i Odense Amt | Fredede slotte og herregårde i Danmark
Wedel, holstensk uradelsslægt, der kendes fra 1200-t. Brødrene kammerherre Wilhelm Frederik lensgreve Wedel (1640-1706) og feltmarskal Gustav Wilhelm lensgreve Wedel (1641-1717) kom til Danmark hhv. ca. 1660 og 1677. Førstnævnte ophøjedes til dansk greve i 1672 og oprettede grevskabet Wedellsborg; hans bror blev ophøjet til dansk greve i 1684 og oprettede grevskabet Jarlsberg i Norge. En efterkommer i Wedellsborg-linjen, Joachim baron Wedell til Svenstrup (1862-1926), fik i 1893 bevilling til navnet Wedell-Neergaard.

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Wedell, Lensgreve Wilhelm Friderrich (I32568)
 
1679 West Avon Cemetery, Avon, Hartford County, Connecticut. In memory of Lieut. Eldad Woodruff who departed this life Dec. 28th 1805 in the 58th year of his age. Pitty the weeping widow's woe. And be her counseller and stay. Adopt the fatherless and smooth To usefull happy life their way. Woodruff, Lieutenant Eldad (I59687)
 
1680 West Avon Cemetery, Avon, Hartford County, Connecticut. In memory of Wid. Dinah wife of Eldad Woodruff who died June 12, 1825. AE 72. Woodford, Dinah (I59688)
 
1681 When Cary Cox was born in October 1736 in Halifax, North Carolina, his father, William, was 36 and his mother, Lady, was 32. He had five sons and two daughters with Mary Horne. He then married Mary Elizabeth Horne and they had 17 children together. He also had three sons from another relationship. He died on March 24, 1814, in Putnam, Georgia, having lived a long life of 77 years.

South Carolina
Private
United States Army
Revolutionary War

Cary cox owned a house that is still standing today in Putnam County Georgia

Cary Cox served in the revolutionary war for South Carolina.
 
Cox, Cary Toliver (I57185)
 
1682 While Margaret was travelling to France for her wedding, she was captured by Beatrice's father, Thomas. He took her back to Savoy and married her himself. Thomas' excuse was that Philip II was already married, which was true. De Genève, Countess Beatrix Marguerite (I59040)
 
1683 White, Lorraine Cook, ed, The Barbour Collection of Connecticut Town Vital Records, Baltimore, MD, USA: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1994-2002 Kilde (S468)
 
1684 wife is not correct - his wife Elizabeth Hopton was the daugther of John Hopton and Margaret Savile
There has been a wrong merge-

William was beheaded as a participator in a conspiracy to place Perkin Warbeck on the throne..
 
Stanley, William Sir (I59165)
 
1685 Wilburn (Bill) Roberts was a great scouter having earned the rank of Eagle Scout. He learned to love his fellow men and he learned to do a good turn daily, these he did all his life as he served his fellow men every chance he could. Wilburn through scouting and the influence of his father, learned to love the out doors, hunting, camping, and fishing. Wilburn married his high school sweetheart, Eva Lapree Horn on 11 Nov 1938. They were sealed for time and Eternity in the Idaho Falls Temple on 7 January 1947. Wilburn was drafted into the army leaving Eva with 3 daughters, Joann Lapree, Shirley Jean and Linda Diane. He honorably served his country in the South Pacific. After the war they had two more children, Susan Darlene and Joseph Wilburn. Making his family all included 4 girls and 1 boy. They had a still born daughter in 1957. Wilburn loved his family and worked hard to provide for Eva and the girls and Joe. He worked in construction all of his working career and owned and operated his own roofing business for many years, Roberts Roofing, and involving his family and only son as much as he could. Wilburn loved his family, and worked hard for them. He was up every day between 5-6, no matter the weather, he carried the bundles of shingles up and down ladders, working on black tar roofs in hot temperatures and windy days. He had some set backs and hard times including a cerebral hemorage and several back operations but Wilburn did not quit he worked hard and endured through whatever trials he encountered. Wilburn was a great young men leader and a great scout leader. He enjoyed the youth of the church. When the youth were going on trips and activities everyone would fight to ride with Wilburn because he was so much fun to be with. He loved the church, he loved the youth and he was wiling to do anything and give what ever he could to the church. When he was serving in the war, he picked up the habit of smoking, which kept him out of the church for many years, but that did not change his love of the gospel. He was active in the Elks in Burley and worked hard on many projects to help with medical programs for children and raise funds. He was proud of the service he gave and proud of the donations he was able to give as a service to others. Many times he would do carpentry work or roofing work for widows or others that he knew could not pay and he would neglect to send out a bill. My dad was a wonderful man, caring, giving, generous, and loving. He had a sense of humor and was loved by all who knew him and his wonderful smile. Dad is missed dearly by all of us and we look forward to seeing that wonderful smile of his again. We are grateful for the love he showed us and for the warm and loving home that he provided. We are grateful for the fun times we had as a family and for the memories of laughter and song and the heritage given to each of us. Roberts, Wilburn Carlyle (I78114)
 
1686 Will: Wife, Mary.
Children: Jabez, Deborah, Unice, Sarah, Joanna, John, Ebenezer , son-in-law John Richardson,
Grandchildren, Unice Buck, Unice Carter, Unice Roberts, John Buck, John Carter, John Brooks, David Roberts, Mary Brooks and Elizabeth Brooks (john's children), Unice Brooks (Ebenezer's daughter), Mary Richardson, 
Brooks, John (I79166)
 
1687 Will: Children: John, Timothy, son-in-law John Moufall, daughter Sarah, Isaac,
Grandchildren: (children of Isaac) Henry and Isaac and daughter Miriam, 
Brooks, Henry (I77954)
 
1688 Mindst én nulevende eller privat person er knyttet til denne note - Detaljer er udeladt. Romney, Willard Mitt (I68182)
 
1689 William A Pincock served two missions:

Southern States
December 1914-April 1917
Age Called: 24
Southern States
Set Apart: 8 December 1914
End Date: 13 April 1917
Departed From Home: 9 December 1914
Priesthood office: Seventy
Quorum: 76th
Priesthood: 76th Quo Seventy
Called From: Madison, Fremont, Idaho, United States
Set apart by: Heber J Grant

Eastern States
November 1925-May 1926
Age Called: 35
Eastern States
Set Apart: 24 November 1925
End Date: 13 May 1926
Departed From Home: 25 November 1925
Priesthood office: Seventy
Called From: Sugar City, Madison, Idaho, United States
Set apart by: George Albert Smith 
Pincock, William Aaron (I68946)
 
1690 William called "Christie's Will" also called "The Younger of Barngleish, later Younger of Langholm, & Younger of Aughingill".
Source-Brooksboro Parish Records in Fermanagh Co., Ireland.
Source-Armstrong House of Langholm, item 5.
Source-Border Exploits, edit 1812, p.292
It is well known that during the troubles of Charles I, the Earl of Traquair continued unalterably fixed in his attachment to his unfortunate master, in whose service he hazarded his person and improverished his estate. On one occasion his lordship dispatched Christie's Will to London upon business of the highest importance to his Majesty.But the task was a difficult one, as the Parliamentary leaders used their utmost endeavors to prevent any communication between the King and his Scottish friends. William arrived at London and delivered his papers in safety. In the meantime his enbassy had taken air, and orders were dispatched by the enemy to intercept him. He passed skill from London to Carlisle, a distance of 265 miles, stopping at the latter place to refresh his horse, and then proceeded on his journey. Crossing the bridge over the Eden just outside of Carlisle, he suddenly discovered Parliamentary Soldiers springing up like magic at both ends of the bridge. There was nothing left to do but take to the water, which was in high flood. Facing down stream, he patted his horse's neck, and with a touch of the spur gracefully cleared the parapet. Horse and rider were carried by the swift current to a place called the Stanners, or Stanhouse, where he guided the horse up the wet bank, but they slipped back into the river Quickly cutting the loop that held his long wet cloak, he made for the bank again. With the noble effort the animal brought his master to firm ground. The soldiers, for a time struck with wonder, forgot to fire upon him. Two or three ran down the waterside intending to capture him, but William pointed his wet pistol at them, which the weapon, although useless, caused them to halt. From the Eden he was chased to the Esk, which he swam, gaining the further side, he wheeled around and in true Border style called out to his pursuers to come through and drink with him. They declined, knowing he was in the neighborhood of friends. After this taunt, he proceeded on the journey and faithfully accomplished his mission.
Source-Wilsons Tales of the Border, edit London vol.2,p.736, on perilous mission from Scotland to King Charles I, in London.
Source-Armstrong Surname Organization Salt Lake City, Ut.
In 1630 William kidnapped Sir Alexander Gibson, Lord Durie, a judge, and kept him prisoner for 3 months, in a Castle Dungeon until court decided in favor of his friend, then released the judge at night. Judge and friends thought William had been spirited away by witchcraft.
Source-Preface of Forbe's Journal of the Sessions, Edinburgh 1714
William, son of Christopher and grandson of John of Gilknockie, left Scotland in taking nephew Andrew with him and settleing in northern Fermanagh Co., Ireland, where he became the founder of a numerious family whose branches flourished in those parts. This was some years after the death of Queen Elizabeth.
Another source states William settled in Fermanagh Co., Ireland in 1604.
Source-Armstrong Surname Organization S.L.C. Ut.
Armstrong families of Ireland, most all trace back to William and nephew
Andrew in Brooksboro Ireland.
Source-Chronicles of the Armstrongs p.p. 245,309,316,318, & 392.
The Munro Clan had a long minority in the chiefship from 1635-1651 which coincided with the period of Civil War. During these years General Robert Munro commanded the army sent by the Scottish parliament to Ireland in 1642. Colonel William died in battle in King Charles I, British Army, during the period of the First Civil War with Ireland 1642-1646..
Source-1635-1651 Civil War (Abstract of Acts of Settlement & Explanation, reign of King Charles i, in Parliment at Westminister in 1640.
William buried in the Old Churchyard of Agahavea, a short distance from Brooksboro, Ireland.
Source-Sir Bernard Burke
Source-Chart of the Ten Lairds of Mangerton Castlle
Source-Clans & Tartans by Harper/Collins Glasgow, (Mention of the Civil War pp.89 & 248.
http://www.oocities.org/thetropics/1968/colonel_william.htm 
Armstrong, Col William (I73890)
 
1691 William Dresser Huntington was born in Burrville, near Watertown, New York. His early life was spent on a farm near Watertown.
The family was musical and maintained an orchestra in which William played the bass fiddle.
In 1833 the family joined the LDS church and moved to Kirkland, Ohio for two years. Zina and William were baptized in Kirkland during the summer of 1836. In May of 1838 they moved to Missouri staying at Adamondi-Ahman through the trying persecutions of the Church members. In 1839 the family moved to Nauvoo .
Soon after the move their mother died 8 July 1839 of malaria. The family lived with Joseph Smith until they recovered from the fever.
William married Caroline Clark in Nauvoo September 24, 1839 and married her sister Harriet Clark on February 5, 1843. The ceremony was performed by Joseph Smith and sanctioned by William's first wife Caroline.
William helped take care of the bodies of Joseph and Hyrum Smith digging graves under the bee house belonging to the Prophet on a lot where his house stood.
William was active in planning for the trek West moving the families in easy stages to winter quarter at Council Bluffs, Iowa. He remained in Council Bluffs until early 1849 looking after the widows and families of the members of the Mormon Battalion who had volunteered to serve in the Mexican War. In the spring of 1849 the families left winter quarters and arrived in Salt Lake City in the late summer. William then moved on to Springville in 1851.
On October 13, 1854, William with eleven men and an Indian guide went to Navajo Indian country which is now known as Southeastern Utah. The trip was successful exploration and trading.
 
Huntington, William Dresser (I74983)
 
1692 William Ellis Pratt, 85, Salt Lake City, died May 7, 1977 in a local hospital.
Born April 16, 1892 at Wilford, Idaho, to William Orson and Sophia Caroline Keller Pratt. Married Blanche Smith May 28, 1919, Deceased. Married Gladys G. Carr April 18, 1955 at Brigham City, Utah. Member LDS Church. Former employee, D&RG Railroad, B & B. Later self-employed. Veteran World War I, Barracks 1479.
Survivors include his wife and one daughter; Mrs. J. C. (Margaret P.) Williams, Twin Falls Idaho; three grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. Thelma Frank and Mrs. Naomi Rogers, both Buena Park, Calif.
Interment, Salt Lake City Cemetery.

Salt Lake Tribune (UT) May 10, 1977 
Pratt, William Ellis (I83584)
 
1693 William English
Titles and Terms Bachelor
Event Type Marriage
Event Date 25 Jan 1792
Event Place Durham, England, United Kingdom
Gender Male
Spouse's Name Elizabeth Readhead
Spouse's Titles and Terms Spinster
Spouse's Gender Female 
English, William (I78485)
 
1694 William Jared Pratt was born 22 June 1844 in Nauvoo, Illinois to William Dickinson Pratt and Wealthy Eddy. His family included an older half brother and half sister, Ammi Warren and Mary, from his mother’s previous marriage and an older sister Martha, who passed away when William was just 3 years old. William also had two younger siblings, Stephen and Mirza, who both died as infants.
The Nauvoo of William’s childhood was primarily a community of members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, of which William and his family were a part. It was a time of intense activity and growth but also increasing opposition and threats from surrounding communities. The tension of the situation increased to the point that, in about 1851, the Pratt family fled the city to Iowa, in preparation for a longer journey to Utah where the majority of church members were relocating.
Somewhere around this period, William’s parents grew estranged and divorced. In the separation, William stayed with his mother Wealthy and his half siblings.
On 15 June 1852, when William was 7 years old, he and his family departed with the Henry Bryant Manning Jolley Company bound for Salt Lake City. They experienced all the hardships of crossing the plains and mountains by ox drawn wagon but arrived safely in Salt Lake City on 9 September 1852. The family settled to the south in Payson, Utah.
In 1854, William’s mother married William Cornwall Patten, a widower with large family of his own. Wealthy and William Patten had one daughter together, Sarah Wealthy Patten, born in 1857.
In 1860, William moved with his family north to the Cache Valley, an area that would later become southern Idaho, settling in Franklin. Here, William met Alice Fleet Smart, the daughter of English immigrants and Mormon converts who had also answered the call of Brigham Young to settle in the area. Alice and William married on 1 December 1863 in Preston, Idaho.
William and Alice lived the rest of their lives in southern Idaho, where they had ten children - William, Ann, Thomas, Parley, Alice, Jared, Wealthy, Lucy Katie, and Leonidas - eight of whom lived to adulthood.
On 10 April 1873, with Alice’s consent, William married Charlotte Parkinson as his second wife. They had three children together; Florence, William and Clarissa.
In 1883, William moved with his families to Wilford, Idaho, where they lived until 1904, when they moved again to Albion, Idaho, where William lived the remainder of his life.
In all his life, William was a frontiersman, helping building communities from the ground up all while supporting his large family. He was active participant in his church throughout his life and served as the bishop of the church congregation in Clifton for seven years.
William passed away 16 June 1909 in Salt Lake City, where he had gone for treatment. He was buried in Albion, Idaho. 
Pratt, William Jared (I88803)
 
1695 Wintering in palace at Aix La Cahpelle..hunting..seized w/ high fever,pleursy..1-28-814 9 a.m. after holy communion Charlemagne (Charles The Great) The Great Martel King Emporero of The West Empero (I58751)
 
1696 With some noted exceptions all marriage records in this collection canbe found at the Family History Library in Salt Lake City, Utah, andmay be available through Family History Centers throughout the UnitedStates. See table below for information listed. Kilde (S646)
 
1697 Witwe des Franz Przemek.

Besegl til forældre: @I307@ 
Nossek, Josepha (I29284)
 
1698 WPA Indices to Marriage Records, by County, 1814-1935. Alabama Department of Archives and History, Montgomery, Alabama. Kilde (S717)
 
1699 Zum Zeitpunkt der Eheschliessung 35 Jahre alt. Im 3. Grad verwandt.
 
Gretschel, Elenora (I29513)
 
1700 Zum Zeitpunkt der Eheschliessung schon verstorben.
 
Wolff, Ferdinard (I29160)
 

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