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251 Suicide Cordrey, Timothy James (I601)
 
252 Summary of information from S. Martin-Rott:
Most Bryner family records have Mason's middle initial as "L", but his social security records, death certificate, obituary and burial record all support that his middle name was Milton (as he told my father) and list him as Mason M. Bryner. 
Bryner, Mason Milton (I164)
 
253 Taken from: http://www.adherents.com/people/pm/Robert_Morris.html

Robert Morris is regarded as one of the Founding Fathers of the United States of America. He was one of the signers of the Declaration of Independence. He was a delegate from Pennsylvania. Robert Morris was also a signer of the U.S. Constitution, and he was a Senator in the First U.S. Federal Congress (1789-1791).
Robert Morris was an Episcopalian.

He was identified as an Episcopalian by: the Library of Congress and A Worthy Company: Brief Lives of the Framers of the United States Constitution, written by M. E. Bradford. (Source: Ian Dorion, "Table of the Religious Affiliations of American Founders", 1997).

From: B. J. Lossing, Signers of the Declaration of Independence, George F. Cooledge & Brother: New York (1848) [reprinted in Lives of the Signers of the Declaration of Independence, WallBuilder Press: Aledo, Texas (1995)], page 98:

This misfortune, and the inroads which asthma had made upon his constitution, proved a canker at the root of his bodily vigor, and he sunk to rest in the grave, on the eighth day of May, 1806, in the seventy-third year of his age, leaving a widow with whom he had lived in uninterrupted domestic happiness for thirty-seven years... In 1769, Mr. Morris married miss Mary White, sister of the late venerable Bishop White, of Pennsylvania.
From: B. J. Lossing, Signers of the Declaration of Independence, George F. Cooledge & Brother: New York (1848) [reprinted in Lives of the Signers of the Declaration of Independence, WallBuilder Press: Aledo, Texas (1995)], page 96:

When Congress fled to Baltimore, on the approach of the British across New Jersey, Mr. Morris, after removing his family into the country, returned to, and remained in Philadelphia. Almost in despair, [George] Washington wrote to him, and informed him that to make any successful movement whatever, a considerable sum of money must be had. It was a requirement that seemed almost impossible to meet. Mr. Morris left his counting-room for his lodgings in utter despondency. On his way he met a wealthy Quaker, and made known his wants. "What security can'st thou give?" asked he. "My note and my honor," promptly replied Mr. Morris. The Quaker replied: "Robert, thou shalt have it." -- It wsa sent to Washington, the Delaware was crossed, and victory won!
From: Robert G. Ferris (editor), Signers of the Constitution: Historic Places Commemorating the Signing of the Constitution, published by the United States Department of the Interior, National Park Service: Washington, D.C. (revised edition 1976), pages 197-199:
Merchant Robert Morris was a man of many distinctions. One of the wealthiest individuals in the Colonies and an economic wizard, he won the accolade "Financier of the Revolution," yet died penniless and forgotten. He and ROger Sherman were the only signers of all three of the Nation's basic documents: the Declaration of Independence, Articles of Confederation, and Constitution. Morris... also served as a Senator in the First Congress...
Robert [who lived in Philadelphia at the end of his life] died in 1806 in his 73rd year and was buried in the yard of Christ Church. 
Morris, Robert (I832)
 
254 Thanksgiving 2005: Re. R. Whetstone. Le Roy died at about 1 year old. He was born with a leakage of the heart. Whetstone, Le Roy John (I211)
 
255 Thanksgiving 2005: Re: R. Whetstone. 1 of 3 brothers who died in infancy.  Whetstone, Ronald (I212)
 
256 Thanksgiving 2005: Re: R. Whetstone. Died in infancy. Whetstone, Edward (I213)
 
257 Thanksgiving 2005: Re: R. Whetstone. Order of children: 1. Harry, 2. William, 3. Charlie, 4. John, 5. Clyde (died in infancy), 6. Melissa (youngest, lived past 100) Family F091
 
258 The 1900 census handwriting seems to say the birth date was May 1859, but it is hard to read. Gipe, Arilla (I2277)
 
259 The 1900 census lists her name as Lily. Close enough to Arilla to definitely say it's the same person. Gipe, Arilla (I2277)
 
260 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Pettis, F. Jr. (I1139)
 
261 There are two Samuel Bryners listed in the Illinois Statewide marriage index online. One from Henry County. Bryner, Samuel (I321)
 
262 There is a 13 year old William Pease living with another family in an 1860 Michigan census, Ottawa County, Ottawa Township. This probably won't be him because his obituary states that he came with his parents to Sheffield, Illinois in 1848. Pease, William Henry (I2276)
 
263 There is a 53 year old William H Pease living as a boarder with several other Pease individuals in Corcord Township, Bureau County, Illinois in the 1900 census. Others are George A (39), George A (12), Samuel L (10), Charles L (9) and Herbert (6). The William Pease was born in Michigan and says his father was born in New York but his mother was from Michigan. Pease, William Henry (I2276)
 
264 There is a William Ouart born in ABT 1861, in the Burns, Henry County, Illinois 1900 Census:

William Ouart 39
Minnie Ouart 34
Lizzie Ouart 14
Clareah Ouart 11
Lewis Ouart 9
Grace Ouart 4
Lorance Ouart 1

This could be the same person. 
Ouart, E. William (I2316)
 
265 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Bryner, B.A. (I176)
 
266 This is probably the Raymond H. listed in the Illinois statewide marriage index marrying in 1894. I have no way of knowing for sure at this time. Bryner, Raymond (I350)
 
267 This is the same personal information as number 134 shown on the same source report sheet. Is this an error in the document I was provided? Nilsson, Nils (I2215)
 
268 This is unsourced information from Ancestry.com's OneWorld tree. Broughton, Alfred (I2274)
 
269 This is unsourced information from Ancestry.com's OneWorld tree. Carpenhall, E. (I2275)
 
270 This marriage date is according to source noted, but puts Elizabeth 52 years old at time of marriage. Was this a second husband? Family F302
 
271 This person is implied by the naming system of the day. Bernhard's "last name" was Nilsson, so his father's first name was Nils. Unknown, Nils (I1871)
 
272 This person is implied by the naming system of the day. Christine/Kristina's "last name" was Karlsdotter, so her father's first name was Karl. Unknown, Karl (I1872)
 
273 This two page document was created by Melissa Whetstone to establish the family link to the American Revolution, which can apparently be used to request college scholarships and other awards or honors.

The document cites "Genealogies of the Potter Families and their decendants in America to the present generation," edited by Charles Edward Potter, Boston, and printed by Alfred Mudge and son, printers, 24 Franklin Street, 1888. See part 10 of Robert Potter of Warwick, Rhode Island and descendants. 
Source (S1859)
 
274 Transcribed as 'Sada' in an online version of the 1880 census, where she was listed as 7 years old. Green, Sara Lee (I663)
 
275 Transcribed as Anna in an online version of the 1880 census, where she was listed as 14 years old. Green, Ada C. (I664)
 
276 Typhoid Fever Buffett, Kerzle Hazel (I780)
 
277 Unmarked grave. DeVenney, Lizzie (I1661)
 
278 Unmarked Grave. DeVenney, Annie (I1662)
 
279 Unsource information from the Ancestry.com OneWorld Tree lists his birth and death as 1879-1944, his middle initial "L" and his first name spelled "Leonard." Pease, Leonard LeRoy (I2257)
 
280 Unsourced information from Ancestry.com's OneWorld tree in 2007 lists his name as Samuel Meecham Pease. Pease, Samuel M (I2282)
 
281 Unsourced information from Ancestry.com's OneWorld Tree in 2007 lists:

Born 1818 in Genessee, New York
Died 1886 Sheffield, Illinois
Married 9 Mar 1843 
Pease, Loren (I2280)
 
282 Unsourced information from Ancestry.com's OneWorld Tree in 2007 lists:

Born 1820, Genessee, New York
Married 9 Mar 1843 
Warner, Caroline (I2281)
 
283 Unsourced information from OneWorld Tree on Ancestry has her last name as Broughton, her birth place as Madison, Wisconsin, and her death place as Wyoming, Illinois. Broughton, Myrtle (I2258)
 
284 Was death 1964 or 1984? Ouart, Clara Luella (I648)
 
285 [Broderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 2 M-Z, Ed. 6, Social Security Death
Index: U.S., Date of Import: Aug 24, 1999, Internal Ref.
#1.112.6.14887.139]

Individual: Mcmeekin, Gertrude
Social Security #: 345-40-2928
Issued in: Illinois

Birth date: Oct 17, 1913
Death date: Aug 25, 1989
 
Vigor, Gertrude (I063)
 
286 [This family] first had the name Johansson but because two
family Johansson lived nearby, in the same village, they took the name NORENHEIM, but in 1983 my father and mother took a relative's name LEJONBALK from the 12th century. 
Family F738
 
287 [Vigor Family Tree.FTW]

Had two sisters and one brother, according to her obituary (which has
some questionable dates). Her tombstone dates are being used here, but
the obituary says that she was 54, and born in May (not April), 1891 (not
1887). The obituary also states that she was married in 1909, but
Arthur's obit says 1911. 
Nelson, Gerda Cecelia (I182)
 
288 [Vigor Family Tree.FTW]

Marriage could have been in 1909 instead of 1911 - conflicting reports
published in Arthur & Gerda's obituaries. Her obituary also says that
she was born in Sweden on May 2, 1891, but her tombstone says a different
date. 
Family F020
 

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