Gookin was a follower of the Church of England and the first Episcopalian services in town were held at his house in 1738. In local conversation, it is often called “Bean Hill,” from its locality.
They were married on , Newport, Campbell County, Kentucky, USA. Joined Japanese troups gymnasts (Keith's Vaudville) & traveled through all major cities in N. It belonged to a high tempered neighbor* (I'd be high tempered too! They joked about it saying they were eating Beef mid oot Zilt. I do not infer, but I have been asked if the name Hoover which is Holland Dutch has any blood line connections with H. There has been talk of relatives of many years past that migrated to Calif. (Thompson relatives I've traced to SF: - descendants of Jesse) There is no photo of Grandfather Andrew Green. This is further complicated by the published birth of Melissa as also born in 1850. Cover; with father Benjamin Cover, born Pennsylvania; mother Melissa I.
[Book 0126, Page 0039; Name: Tinney, Prentice and Fudge, Hazel; Courthouse Marriage License Index Date: 03/01/1928; ]; HAZEL KATHLEEN GREENE TINNEY HISTORY BOOK pg 27; HAZEL KATHLEEN GREENE TINNEY HISTORY BOOK pg 28; Her first marriage was to George Fudge, , Greene County, Ohio, USA. Thompson; (is ----- than eighteen years of age ^but more than 16 years of age) and do hereby give my consent to her marriage to above named Jacob H. Rector and Mary, were living in Xenia, Greene, Ohio, as noted by the () of Xenia, Greene, Ohio. He was very religious and believed pictures are images which is forbidden in the Bible and would never permit a picture of himself. Baith records have Melissa O'Bannon, born , as mother of all the children. O'Bannon, born Garden City, (Cass County) Missouri.
Hazel Kathleen (Greene) Tinney was born 13 June 1900, Xenia, Greene County, Ohio, USA; [For the record, There is some confusion regarding Hazel's given name]; died , Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah, USA; second marriage, DIRECT DESCENDANT: . - Mary Ann Haverstick, born , Columbus, Franklin, Ohio; died , Columbus, Franklin, Ohio; buried - Clara Greene, born 1915, lived about 4 hours. Greene, born Sep 1917, Xenia, Greene County, Ohio; (unty, Ohio Birth Records, Vol. Worked on the railroad in the dining car & was in Indian Terr. [mikerose.com] - Dennis Keith Rose (1954 - 1995), born , Dayton, Montgomery, Ohio: died , Cincinnati, Hamilton, Ohio, born , Xenia, Greene, Ohio; died (divorced), in Ohio. They were what father laughingly call them: "Slop-bucket Dutch, sometimes low Dutch, explaining high Dutch was German, low Dutch was Holland D. Walter Thompson, born 1856, died 1919, aged 63 years. It is unreasonable for this man to have had five children, prior to having "passed away , in Springfield, Mahoning, Ohio", at the age of twenty years, especially as his given (1) wife, Elizabeth O'Bannon is born in 1850; married (2) Melissa O'Bannon.
He was born 26th Aug 1905, Berry, Harrison, Kentucky, USA; died , Sacramento County, California, USA. 2, pages 118-119, actually has name recorded as John T. Greene] born , Xenia, Greene County, Ohio; (1940 Census); died ; HAZEL KATHLEEN GREENE TINNEY HISTORY BOOK pg 10; [Ran away from home at 15 years old. Joined circus at Edwardsville, Illinois and quit in Abilene, Kansas and joined another circus & traveled through Iowa, Nebraska, Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, & Indian Terr., &c. Father told about him & a brother killed a little pig, roasted in the woods. His alleged first wife would have born five single children before she, herself was age 17.
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) I love you, not only for what you are, but for what I am when I am with you. Got own place, 61 acres of fruit, grapes, oysters, berries, & farm plus 40 acres of timber. Foreman for Cement Contractors & also finisher; foreman of Construction, Public Works Dept., for the City of . - , Ponca City, Kay and Osage Counties, Oklahoma; married 1944, Gladys Bryant They had posterity. (1976) He was the son of the late Herman and Edna Greene of Xenia and resided here until two or three years ago. Andrew's Statement: I am the clament in the above claim - a great injury years ago I applied for a pension in claim #217559 - it was rejected. I have no property at all of any kind and I am dependent in what little labor I can do and Charity. Indigent Soldier's fund and also assisted by the Trustees of Xenia township of Greene Co., Ohio - 30 June 1890. - Lindzy Lee Annis - Stephanie Diane Annis - Joshua Charles Annis - Jamie Lee Annis - Brook Johnson; married Frank Bray; (of Oregon) - Blanch Cover, born ; (1880 Census - in Ohio); died , Ravenna, Portage, Ohio; married , William E.
I love you, not only for what you have made of yourself, but for what you are making of me. I love you, for putting your hand into my heaped-up heart, and passing over all the foolish, weak things that you cant help dimly seeing there, and for drawing out, into the light, --- all the beautiful belongings that no one else had looked quite far enough to find. Thomas Milton Greene and son and daughter of Dayton, Ohio. Put in at Queens Town, Ireland & towed up the river to Cork, Ireland. Chief Engineer on Tug Echo, a Fire Boat, largest & most powerful on the Sound at that time: 2000 gal/minute. - Deborah Christine Jump, born , Georgetown, Scott, Kentucky; died - Harold Dawson Jump, born , Williamstown, Grant, Kentucky; died ; married Mary _____ - Raymond Ervin Jump (1926 - 2007), born , Owenton, Owen, Kentucky; died ; ( (Images). - Julie Ann Jump (of Independence, Kentucky) - Pamela Jean Jump; married (1) Paul Mc Kean; (of Elko, Nevada) They had posterity. He is survived by two brothers, Omar of Cincinnati and Carl Greene of Dayton and two sisters, Mrs. [Tradition from correspondence: "Dear cousin Tommy - Hazel a double cousin, makes you the same as a first cousin, don't it? Morgan, born , Palmyra Township, Portage, Ohio; died They had posterity.
In 1854 he represented the old eighth senatorial district at the state capitol, and served on the committee on state prisons as chairman. The year 1877 again found him at the capital of the state, this time as the representative of his city in the lower branch of the legislature. The house at 124 Washington Street in Norwich was built c. By the turn of the century it was the home of Frederick Sewall Camp (1848-1907) and his family.
He has been senior director of the First National Bank of Norwich for over twenty-five years. Prentice is a director in the Richmond Stove Company, and other companies of lesser note, and is a trustee of the Norwich Free Academy. Prentice’s stamp must expect to have official stations tendered them for acceptance. He was equal to all the responsibilities of the occasion, and nothing occurred to mar the festivities of the day. Prentice served his constituents so satisfactorily that he was re-elected the following year. Upon her death in 1957, Allis left the house to the NFA and it now serves as the Academy’s administration building.
This is presumably the John Waterman (1694-1742), who was called junior to distinguish him from his uncle of the same name. was one of the neighboring proprietors who re-set the green’s boundaries at a Town Meeting in 1729. Buckingham, subsequently the war governor of the state. Such was his faithfulness and zeal that in 1840 he was made a member of the firm, the name becoming John Breed & Co. Breed went into a different line of business, and, with Mr. On January 1, 1907, having suffered Bright’s Disease for six months, Camp took his own life by shooting.