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101 Burial site is Pleasant View Cemetery, East of the National Guard Armory, East of East Street in Kewanee, Henry County, Illinois. Plot is on Central Avenue between C & D streets on the East side of the road. Buried here are Frank Hedburg and his wife Viletta Buffett, their daughter Izada and an infant son, Arvid. Buffett, Viletta C. Locele (I135)
 
102 Burial site is Pleasant View Cemetery, East of the National Guard Armory, East of East Street in Kewanee, Henry County, Illinois. Plot is on Central Avenue between C & D streets on the East side of the road. Buried here are Frank Hedburg and his wife Viletta Buffett, their daughter Izada and an infant son, Arvid. Hedburg, Arvid Lester (I151)
 
103 Burial site is Pleasant View Cemetery, East of the National Guard Armory, East of East Street in Kewanee, Henry County, Illinois. Plot is on the corner of Gettysburg and Avenue I. Buried here are William D. Nicholson and his wife Harriett Green, Thomas Nicholson and his second wife Effie Bryner (also her second husband). Nicholson, William D. (I029)
 
104 Burial site is Pleasant View Cemetery, East of the National Guard Armory, East of East Street in Kewanee, Henry County, Illinois. Plot is on the corner of Gettysburg and Avenue I. Buried here are William D. Nicholson and his wife Harriett Green, Thomas Nicholson and his second wife Effie Bryner (also her second husband). Green, Harriett Delia (I030)
 
105 Burial site is Pleasant View Cemetery, East of the National Guard Armory, East of East Street in Kewanee, Henry County, Illinois. Plot is on the corner of Gettysburg and Avenue I. Buried here are William D. Nicholson and his wife Harriett Green, Thomas Nicholson and his second wife Effie Bryner (also her second husband). Nicholson, Thomas (I034)
 
106 Burial site is Pleasant View Cemetery, East of the National Guard Armory, East of East Street in Kewanee, Henry County, Illinois. Plot is on the corner of Gettysburg and Avenue I. Buried here are William D. Nicholson and his wife Harriett Green, Thomas Nicholson and his second wife Effie Bryner (also her second husband). Bryner, Effie Edna (I141)
 
107 Certificate # 1943-MN-011514 Ouart, Mrs. Amelia. 6/14/1943, Otter Tail County Greiff, Amelia (I647)
 
108 Certificate # 1963-MN-014544. Death: 3/6/1963. Birth: 3/24/1889, Minnesota. Mother's Maiden Name: Nicoleysen. Senske, Herman Martin (I649)
 
109 Changed from '1779' to '29 Nov 1799' on authority of source 'Swiss Mennonites Coast To Coast (v.2)', Source #1974 Troyer, Michael (I1076)
 
110 Child Hattie Grace Salmon was Rena Mettler's granddaughter from a previous marriage. Clyden had no children. Family F282
 
111 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F424
 
112 Civil War vet Foley, Enoch (I586)
 
113 Civil war vet/casualty? Nilsson, Victor (I659)
 
114 Civil War Veteran serving Illinois Infantry Company F Regiment 124 Ouart, Peter (I2298)
 
115 Cremated Bryner, James Herman (I381)
 
116 Cremated, Ashes Scattered Ouart, Ray (I1736)
 
117 Died in infancy Gustafson, Joel Arthur (I772)
 
118 Died in infancy. Whetstone, Clyde M. (I1096)
 
119 Died in infancy. Green, Eugene (I1394)
 
120 Died in middle age. Buffett, Floyd Eldon (I1093)
 
121 Died when Ray Whetstone was 6, according to Ray. Ouart, William F. C. (I646)
 
122 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F227
 
123 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Richards, R.L. (I261)
 
124 Donald Slater's obituary says the wedding was March 26, 1913. Family F264
 
125 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Saigh, D. (I1312)
 
126 Duplicate John Augustines in the database. Two separate people? Augustine, John (I951)
 
127 Duplicate John Augustines in the database. Two separate people? Augustine, John (I975)
 
128 Edward can be found in the Kewanee, Henry County, Illinois 1900 Census along with wife Carrie (incorrectly transcribed as Ammie) and a daughter whose name begins with the letter B. Ouart, Edward A. (I1734)
 
129 Enlisted in Civil war 28 Aug 1862. Served 2 years 11 months. Injured twice, honorable discharge. Huffman, Mason Andrew (I797)
 
130 Entered the U.S. March or August 15 1898 from Antwerp, Belgium to New York, New York on the SS Westerland. Family F021
 
131 First name spelled Ratchel in one source document. Huffman, Rachel (I787)
 
132 Florence's last name provided to me in Oct. 2005 by an associate of the Gilfillin family in Peoria. Cassidy, Florence B. (I154)
 
133 From "Ancestors and Descendants of Viletta Hedburg": Arvid was a "blue" baby. After his death, his mother became ill from grief which lasted until the birth of her next child, Arval Frank. The coming of this baby brought comfort, joy and healing to his mother. Hedburg, Arvid Lester (I151)
 
134 From Clara Plunkett: "Dad had no brothers or sisters." Dollander, Theophil Henry (I183)
 
135 From Clara Plunkett: "I was 4 years old when she & Husband and baby
Arthur moved to Mont. After didn't ever see them only a couple times." 
Dollander, Louise Marie (I197)
 
136 From Clara Plunkett: "My Mother had a sister and they didn't get along." Wiemee, Mary Louise (I184)
 
137 From Clara Plunkett: "Robert was killed in World War Two - A paratrooper
in 82nd airborne Div." 
DeDoncker, Robert H. (I237)
 
138 from Galva, Illinois Girvin, Hannah Jane (I589)
 
139 from Kentucky Foley, John (I584)
 
140 from Missouri Waggoner, Ora (I585)
 
141 From newsletter Vol. 8, Issue 1, (#15), p. 4:

Andrew and his family lived in Wharton Twp. (later called Stewart) of Fayette Co., PA until he and his family moved to Springhill Twp. of nearby Greene Co., PA in 1837 where he remained the remainder of his life. In approximately 1840 this branch of the family consistently spelled their name "BRYNER." 
Bryner, Andrew Sr. (I291)
 
142 From newsletter Vol. 8, Issue 1, (#15), p. 4:

Catherine was first noted specifically when she collected her inheritance from her father's will on July 5, 1826 in Orange County. She became a member of the Stamper's Creek Baptist Church and later married Nicholas S. Smith, Minister of God. She lived her remaining years in Orange County, IN. 
Bryner, Catherine (I1807)
 
143 From newsletter Vol. 8, Issue 1, (#15), p. 4:

Elizabeth and her family were started in Fayette County, PA. Nathaniel and Elizabeth Robbins appeared in the 1810 Union Twp. Census with one son. Nathaniel was also taxed in that area in 1811 and 1812. The group appeared in the 1820 Orange County State Census. They attended Stampers Creek Baptist Church until they moved to the French Lick, IN area. 
Bryner, Elisabeth (I1804)
 
144 From newsletter Vol. 8, Issue 1, (#15), p. 4:

George and his family left Fayette County on March 4, 1816 with his parents and others. George and Elizabeth had one daughter, Ann Barbara, when they left Pennsylvania. Later in Kentucky they had their first son, Joshua, on July 18, 1818. The family group arrived in Orange County, Indiana in about 1818. George lived the remainder of his life in Orange County. He is buried in Briner Spring Cemetery near French Lick. 
Bryner, George (I1806)
 
145 From newsletter Vol. 8, Issue 1, (#15), p. 4:

John's family lived in Wharton Twp., Fayette County in 1798, but resided in Georges Twp., Fayette County from 1800 to 1802. They moved back on their share of Peter Briner's property until April 12, 1825 when they embarked on a journey to French Lick, IN. It is believed that John brought with him money that was owed to Peter Briner's estate to allow the probate of Peter's will. It was their intention to join the others of their family in Indiana. 
Bryner, John (I1802)
 
146 From newsletter Vol. 8, Issue 1, (#15), p. 4:

Mary's family moved from Fayette County in about 1800 to 1805 to Nelson County. William Cook's father, Phillip Cook, and his family moved also to the same area. William bought Jacob's 80-acre property and later bought more land in nearby Shelby County. The 80 acres were located immediately to Peter Briner, Jr.'s property. 
Bryner, Mary (I1803)
 
147 From newsletter Vol. 8, Issue 1, (#15), p. 4:

Not much is known of Jacob and his wife, Mary. Jacob's name first appeared in the Nelson County Tax of 1806. He also appeared in the 1807 and 1808 Taxes. In 1809 Jacob and Mary sold their land to their Brother-in-law, William Cook. Peter Briner, believed to be Jacob's brother, and Phillip Cook, William's father-in-law, were witnesses to the sale. Jacob and Mary then left the area. A person named Jacob Briner was taxed in 1809 in Hamilton County, Ohio. It is believed that Jacob may have died by about 1825 in Hamilton County, Ohio. A person named Mary Briner appears in the 1830 Cincinatti, Ohio, 8th Ward. The children shown for this couple are based upon the 1830 census. 
Bryner, Jacob (I1805)
 
148 From newsletter Vol. 8, Issue 1, (#15), p. 4:

Peter and Catherine Briner (Breiner) were first documented at the baptism of their second son, Johannes Breiner [John], at the Zion Reformed Church of Hagrestown (Elizabethtown), MD in June of 1772. The sponsors for the baptism were Johannes and Catherina Stadler. It is believed that the family first entered Fayette County, PA in 1778. They lived there until they left the area in 1818 for Kentucky and Indiana where they lived the remainder of their lives. The families of Andrew and John remained behind in 1818 and lived on Peter's land.

Peter wrote his last will and testament on January 23, 1823 and died shortly thereafter. His will was probated on August 15, 1825.

Peter and Catherine's daughters Mary, Elizabeth and Catherine all lived to their mid-90's. The sons were not quite so lucky. 
Briner, Peter (I293)
 
149 From newsletter Vol. 8, Issue 1, (#15), p. 4:

Peter Jr.'s family moved to Nelson County, Kentucky in about 1799 and remained there until they moved again, this time to Grassy-fork Twp. of Jackson County, Indiana in 1820. While in Nelson Co., KY they were members of Little Union Baptist Church. In 1825 they were founding members of the Mount Pleasant Baptist Church of Jackson County. 
Bryner, Peter Jr. (I1801)
 
150 from Osceola, Illinois Failon, Alvin Leo (I588)
 

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