Notes

[BI2677] Information gathered by Steve Leypoldt, Rt. 3 Box 42, Beatrice NE 68310.

LDS IGI 1994 3.04 Germany.

[NI2678] Information gathered by Steve Leypoldt, Rt. 3 Box 42, Beatrice NE 68310.

LDS IGI 1994 3.04 Germany.

[BI2678] Information gathered by Steve Leypoldt, Rt. 3 Box 42, Beatrice NE 68310.

LDS IGI 1994 3.04 Germany.

[NI2679] Information gathered by Steve Leypoldt, Rt. 3 Box 42, Beatrice NE 68310.

LDS IGI 1994 3.04 Germany.

[BI2679] Information gathered by Steve Leypoldt, Rt. 3 Box 42, Beatrice NE 68310.

LDS IGI 1994 3.04 Germany.

[NI2680] Information gathered by Steve Leypoldt, Rt. 3 Box 42, Beatrice NE 68310.

LDS IGI 1994 3.04 Germany.

[BI2680] Information gathered by Steve Leypoldt, Rt. 3 Box 42, Beatrice NE 68310.

LDS IGI 1994 3.04 Germany.

[NI2681] Information gathered by Steve Leypoldt, Rt. 3 Box 42, Beatrice NE 68310.

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Family History Center - IGI 1994 3.04 Germany.

[BI2681] Information gathered by Steve Leypoldt, Rt. 3 Box 42, Beatrice NE 68310.

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Family History Center - IGI 1994 3.04 Germany.

[NI2682] Information gathered by Steve Leypoldt, Rt. 3 Box 42, Beatrice NE 68310.

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Family History Center - IGI 1994 3.04 Germany.

[BI2682] Information gathered by Steve Leypoldt, Rt. 3 Box 42, Beatrice NE 68310.

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Family History Center - IGI 1994 3.04 Germany.

[NI2683] Information gathered by Steve Leypoldt, Rt. 3 Box 42, Beatrice NE 68310.

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Family History Center - IGI 1994 3.04 Germany.

[BI2683] Information gathered by Steve Leypoldt, Rt. 3 Box 42, Beatrice NE 68310.

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Family History Center - IGI 1994 3.04 Germany.

[NI2684] Information gathered by Steve Leypoldt, Rt. 3 Box 42, Beatrice NE 68310.

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Family History Center - IGI 1994 3.04 Germany.

[BI2684] Information gathered by Steve Leypoldt, Rt. 3 Box 42, Beatrice NE 68310.

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Family History Center - IGI 1994 3.04 Germany.

[NI2685] Information gathered by Steve Leypoldt, Rt. 3 Box 42, Beatrice NE 68310.

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Family History Center - IGI 1994 3.04 Germany.

[BI2685] Information gathered by Steve Leypoldt, Rt. 3 Box 42, Beatrice NE 68310.

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Family History Center - IGI 1994 3.04 Germany.

[NI2686] Information gathered by Steve Leypoldt, Rt. 3 Box 42, Beatrice NE 68310.

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Family History Center - IGI 1994 3.04 Germany.

[BI2686] Information gathered by Steve Leypoldt, Rt. 3 Box 42, Beatrice NE 68310.

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Family History Center - IGI 1994 3.04 Germany.

[NI2687] Source: "Decendents of Ewen Macaulay" by Julian B. McAuley.
Shows name, spouse.

Source: Andrew Walter Dunn. 1109 Boston Rd., Andrews AFB Md. 20762. 301-599-8528. AWD8501@aol.com. (January 1996).

[NI2688] Information gathered by Steve Leypoldt, Rt. 3 Box 42, Beatrice NE 68310.

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Family History Center - IGI 1994 3.04 Germany.

[BI2688] Information gathered by Steve Leypoldt, Rt. 3 Box 42, Beatrice NE 68310.

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Family History Center - IGI 1994 3.04 Germany.

[NI2689] Information gathered by Steve Leypoldt, Rt. 3 Box 42, Beatrice NE 68310.

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Family History Center - IGI 1994 3.04 Germany.

[BI2689] Information gathered by Steve Leypoldt, Rt. 3 Box 42, Beatrice NE 68310.

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Family History Center - IGI 1994 3.04 Germany.

[NI2690] Information gathered by Steve Leypoldt, Rt. 3 Box 42, Beatrice NE 68310.

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Family History Center - IGI 1994 3.04 Germany.

[BI2690] Information gathered by Steve Leypoldt, Rt. 3 Box 42, Beatrice NE 68310.

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Family History Center - IGI 1994 3.04 Germany.

[NI2691] Information gathered by Steve Leypoldt, Rt. 3 Box 42, Beatrice NE 68310.

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Family History Center - IGI 1994 3.04 Germany.

[BI2691] Information gathered by Steve Leypoldt, Rt. 3 Box 42, Beatrice NE 68310.

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Family History Center - IGI 1994 3.04 Germany.

[NI2692] Information gathered by Steve Leypoldt, Rt. 3 Box 42, Beatrice NE 68310.

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Family History Center - IGI 1994 3.04 Germany.

[BI2692] Information gathered by Steve Leypoldt, Rt. 3 Box 42, Beatrice NE 68310.

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Family History Center - IGI 1994 3.04 Germany.

[NI2693] Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Family History Center - International Genealogical Index 1994, Volume 3.04 North America.

Unknown as to whether Magdalena is a surname or part of the given name. - Seth Leypoldt, 3260 S. 12th #B-12, Lincoln, NE 68502-4506. 402-423-8747. Dylan1069@aol.com. Information gathered by Steve Leypoldt, Rt. 3 Box 42, Beatrice NE 68310. The Shenefield Family, 1733 - 1975 by Dr. Hale T. Shenefield (1975). Pg. 36-37.

[BI2693] Church of Jesus Christ of Later-day Saints Family History Center. Ancestral File Version 4.15.

The Shenefield Family, 1733 - 1975 by Dr. Hale T. Shenefield (1975). Pg. 36-37.

Gained in a letter to Steve Leypoldt from Marilyn Schmitt, 13059 South 52nd Ave. West
Mitchellville, Iowa 50169

[NI2694] Found in the Omaha city library Daughters of the American Revolution books on Clearfield County Pennsylvania. Compiled by Woodrow Leypoldt. Woodrow adds that this individual dies in childhood.

Source: Erie B. DePasquale, 2555 Veser Lane, Sycamore Gardens #B-1, Willow Grove, PA 19090-1111, ErieDe@aol.com. (April 1996). Reference number Read-2.

[BI2694] Found in the Omaha city library Daughters of the American Revolution books on Clearfield County Pennsylvania. Compiled by Woodrow Leypoldt.

Source: Erie B. DePasquale, 2555 Veser Lane, Sycamore Gardens #B-1, Willow Grove, PA 19090-1111, ErieDe@aol.com. (April 1996).

[DI2694] Found in the Omaha city library Daughters of the American Revolution books on Clearfield County Pennsylvania. Compiled by Woodrow Leypoldt.

Source: Erie B. DePasquale, 2555 Veser Lane, Sycamore Gardens #B-1, Willow Grove, PA 19090-1111, ErieDe@aol.com. (April 1996).

[NI2695] Found in the Omaha city library Daughters of the American Revolution books on Clearfield County Pennsylvania. Compiled by Woodrow Leypoldt.

Source: Erie B. DePasquale, 2555 Veser Lane, Sycamore Gardens #B-1, Willow Grove, PA 19090-1111, ErieDe@aol.com. (April 1996). Reference number Read-3.

[BI2695] Found in the Omaha city library Daughters of the American Revolution books on Clearfield County Pennsylvania. Compiled by Woodrow Leypoldt.

Source: Erie B. DePasquale, 2555 Veser Lane, Sycamore Gardens #B-1, Willow Grove, PA 19090-1111, ErieDe@aol.com. (April 1996). Reference number Read-3.

[DI2695] Found in the Omaha city library Daughters of the American Revolution books on Clearfield County Pennsylvania. Compiled by Woodrow Leypoldt.

[NI2696] Found in the Omaha city library Daughters of the American Revolution books on Clearfield County Pennsylvania. Compiled by Woodrow Leypoldt. Woodrow states that "John - no account given."

Source: Erie B. DePasquale, 2555 Veser Lane, Sycamore Gardens #B-1, Willow Grove, PA 19090-1111, ErieDe@aol.com. (April 1996). Reference number Read-5.

[BI2696] Found in the Omaha city library Daughters of the American Revolution books on Clearfield County Pennsylvania. Compiled by Woodrow Leypoldt.

Source: Erie B. DePasquale, 2555 Veser Lane, Sycamore Gardens #B-1, Willow Grove, PA 19090-1111, ErieDe@aol.com. (April 1996).

[NI2697] Found in the Omaha city library Daughters of the American Revolution books on Clearfield County Pennsylvania. Compiled by Woodrow Leypoldt.

Source: Erie B. DePasquale, 2555 Veser Lane, Sycamore Gardens #B-1, Willow Grove, PA 19090-1111, ErieDe@aol.com. (April 1996). Reference number Read-6.

[BI2697] Found in the Omaha city library Daughters of the American Revolution books on Clearfield County Pennsylvania. Compiled by Woodrow Leypoldt.

Source: Erie B. DePasquale, 2555 Veser Lane, Sycamore Gardens #B-1, Willow Grove, PA 19090-1111, ErieDe@aol.com. (April 1996).

[DI2697] Found in the Omaha city library Daughters of the American Revolution books on Clearfield County Pennsylvania. Compiled by Woodrow Leypoldt.

[NI2698] Source: "Decendents of Ewen Macaulay" by Julian B. McAuley.
Shows name. Died single.

Source: Andrew Walter Dunn. 1109 Boston Rd., Andrews AFB Md. 20762. 301-599-8528. AWD8501@aol.com. (January 1996).

[NI2699] Found in the Omaha city library Daughters of the American Revolution books on Clearfield County Pennsylvania. Compiled by Woodrow Leypoldt.

Source: Erie B. DePasquale, 2555 Veser Lane, Sycamore Gardens #B-1, Willow Grove, PA 19090-1111, ErieDe@aol.com. (April 1996). Reference number Read-7.

[BI2699] Found in the Omaha city library Daughters of the American Revolution books on Clearfield County Pennsylvania. Compiled by Woodrow Leypoldt.

Source: Erie B. DePasquale, 2555 Veser Lane, Sycamore Gardens #B-1, Willow Grove, PA 19090-1111, ErieDe@aol.com. (April 1996).

[NI2700] Found in the Omaha city library Daughters of the American Revolution books on Clearfield County Pennsylvania. Compiled by Woodrow Leypoldt.

[NI2701] George Alexander

Source: Bill Younger / Alexander Family Tree / Transcribed July 1989
Gives name, birth and death dates. Note infant death.

Source: Maurice B. Dunn, interivew with Andrew Dunn, 31 Mar 94.
Buried at Elmwood Cem.

------------------------------

Source: Andrew Walter Dunn. 1109 Boston Rd., Andrews AFB Md. 20762. 301-599-8528. AWD8501@aol.com. (January 1996).
REFN: NOTE This reference number follows the line of George Conrad Alexander's
CONC paternal grandfather. - Seth Leypoldt, 3260 S. 12th #B-12, Lincoln NE
CONC 68502-4506. 402-423-8747. Dylan1069@aol.com.
REFN: NOTE This reference number refers to the line of Dorcas Pruden McAuley,
CONC REFN 2448.6.1.1.5.1.5 and 4910.6.1.1.5.1.5. - Seth Leypoldt, 3260 S.
CONC 12th #B-12, Lincoln NE 68502-4506, 402-423-8747, Dylan1069@aol.com.

[BI2701] Source: Andrew Walter Dunn. 1109 Boston Rd., Andrews AFB Md. 20762. 301-599-8528. AWD8501@aol.com. (January 1996).

[DI2701] Source: Andrew Walter Dunn. 1109 Boston Rd., Andrews AFB Md. 20762. 301-599-8528. AWD8501@aol.com. (January 1996).

[XI2701] Source: Andrew Walter Dunn. 1109 Boston Rd., Andrews AFB Md. 20762. 301-599-8528. AWD8501@aol.com. (January 1996).

[MI2732] (Medical):Plot: Row I, South Side, Plot 8

[NI2733] Highest grade completed: 6th grade

[MI2733] (Medical):Plot: Row I, South Side, Plot 7

[MI2735] (Medical):Plot: Row I, South Side, Plot 6

[MI2738] (Medical):Burial plot: Row 8, Plot 3

From his obituary: "As he was riding home one day, a dog barked at him and startled the horse. Mathias was bucked off and hit his head on a rock. He eventually found his way home, His head was aching terribly and he felt sick all over, but he didn't see a doctor. After several days, he got out of bed. The effort was too much; he collapsed and died."

[MI2739] (Medical):Plot: Row 8, Plot 2

[MI2740] (Medical):Plot: Row A, North Side, Plot 5

[MI2743] (Medical):Plot: Row 10, Plot 5

[MI2744] (Medical):Plot: Row 8, Plot 1

[MI2746] (Medical):Plot: Row I, South Side, Plot 5

[MI2755] (Medical):Plot: Row G, South Side, Plot 12

[MI2756] (Medical):Plot: Row G, South Side, Plot 13

[MI2757] (Medical):Plot: Row G, South Side, Plot 10

[MI2758] (Medical):Plot: Row F, South Side, Plot 14

[NI2759] A newspaper search indicates that funeral services were held 8 Aug 1921, despite death in 1918.

[MI2759] (Medical):Plot: Row G, South Side, Plot 11

[HI2760] (Research):Rev. Conrad Ide

Rev. Conrad Ide, pastor of Zion's Congregation, German Lutheran Church, was born in Jesberg, Province of Fritzlar, Hessen, Prussia, July 25, 1837. At the age of seventeen he emigrated to America in 1854, locating in Detroit, Michigan. Three years later, in 1857, he went to Clayton County, Iowa and entered Wartburg Seminary, an institution of learning conducted bv the German Lutheran Synod of Iowa, from which he graduated in 1861. Soon after he was ordained a minister of the gospel in the church of his choice and received a call from a congregation in Marine City, Michigan, where he remained eight years, and the six succeeding years he spent as pastor ofa church in Ottawa Lake, Michigan. In the spring of 1874, he was called to the church in Iowa City, Iowa, continuing his pastoral duties there until 1879, when he accepted the pastorate of his present charge. As an evidence of Mr. Ide's devoted and successful labors in the ministry, it would be eminently proper to record some of the results of his life work. Previous to locating here, he baptized and admitted to probationary membership, six hundred twenty-five, confirmed in the church two hundred thirty-seven, married one hundred six couples and buried one hundred seventy-four of his parishoners. Since locating in Fayette County, he has baptized and admitted to probationary membership two hundred seventy-five, confirmed one hundred twenty-five and performed the marriage and burial ceremonies an equal number of times, having joined in wedlock seventy-one couples and laid to rest seventy-one persons. This work makes a great total of nine hundred one baptisms, four hundred confirmations, one hundred seventy-seven marriages and two hundred forty-five burials or an average annual work of thirty-six baptisms, sixteen confirmations, seven marriages and nine burials during his thirty vears in the ministry.

Mr. Ide has been twice married. He wedded Miss Anna B. Prottengeier, daughter of Conrad and Barbara Prottengeier of Clayton County, Iowa. The marriage was solemninzed November 10, 1861, and unto them were born ten children. The eldest, Conrad Sigmund, was born September 30, 1862, and was graduated in 1882, from the college at Mendota, Illinois, his father's alma mater. Subsequently he attended the Upper Iowa University at Fayette, entering the senior class and was graduated in 1883. He was ordained a minister of the German Lutheran Church in 1884, and is now in charge of a congregation at Defiance, Ohio. In 1886, he married Miss Anna Kulman, of Toledo, Ohio. Emma was born October 15, 1864, and in 1883 became the wife of Rev. Albert Guetzlaff of Capac, Michigan; Minnie, wife of Rev. W. Nolting, of Harmony, Minnesota, was born November 25, 1866 and married in 1888; Mary was born September 25, 1868; Henry, born January 17, 1871 and died on the 10th of may, following; Katy was born May 13, 1872; Gottfried, born August 17, 1874, is attending school at Wartburg Coleege; Bertha was born May 29, 1877; Gustave was born October 17, 1879 and Clara, born December 26, 1881, died in infancy. The death of the mother of this family occurred December 27, 1881.

Mr. Ide was again married June 12, 1883, his second union being with Miss Elise Guetzlaff, daughter of Edward and Emma Guetzlaff, of Lawler, Iowa. Four children, all living, grace their union, Lydia, born March 26, 1884; Edward, born November 4, 1885; and Albert and Lizzie, twins born September 1, 1887.

Zion's Congregation, of which Mr. Ide has been pastor since 1879 was organized in the spring of 1858 by Rev. G. Grossmann and Profs. S. and G. Fritschel from Wartburg Seminary. The following year the first minister, Rev. Koeberle, was stationed here and in 1860 was succeeded by Rev. John Diendoefer, who in turn was succeeded in 1865 by Rev. H. Vogel. In 1867, Rev. Edward Wachtel became pastor and in 1870, was followed by Rev. Fuenfstuck, who in 1872 was succeeded bv Rev. John Baumbach, who remained in charge until his death, which occurred in July, 1879. In connection with the church is a parochial school with a building on the parsonage grounds, where the elements of the German language are taught to the children of the parishoners together with Bible history, church liturgy and the usual common school branches of study. This school is carried on about seven months of the year and has been taught by Mr. Ide during his connection with the church. From thirty-five to fifty children receive instruction in this school and enjoy the additional privilege of attending the public school in the neighborhood which is usually open during the vacation of the parochial school. Mr. Ide has also charge ofa congregation known as the First Evangel Lutheran St. Paul's Congregation, in West Union, to which he preaches every second Sunday. He also organized churches in Banks and Bethel Townships in this county in 1880, the former being called Evangel Lutheran St. John's Church and the latter St. Peter's Church. These congregations are now in charge of regular ministers, supplied by the German Lutheran Synod. Mr. Ide has been president of the Northern District Synod of Iowa for the last nine years. Until 1889, the district comprised Iowa, Minnesota, Wisconsin and Dakota, but at the annual session of 1899 (1889?), the territory was subdivided, leaving the present limits Iowa and Minnesota. It would be superfluous for us to add a word in regard to the usefulness of a man whose public life stands out before the people with the prominence of that of our subject. Few indeed are ministers whose influence on the race have been greater than Mr. Ide's, as portrayed in foregoing brief sketch.

from "1891 Portrait and Biographical Album of Fayette County, Iowa", pages 239 & 240

[MI2768] (Medical):Twin

[HI2802] (Research):1920 census gives age as 3y8m, but 1930 census gives age as 12.

Father's WWI draft registration indicates that he had 4 children in 1917.

[HI2820] (Research):Possible match in Alameda County voter registration, 1930.
Possible match in San Francisco County voter registration, 1932.

[MI2820] (Medical):"About 2:55pm this date, April 4th 1935, deceased was found by George Robbins, lying dead at the foot of the stairway of the Commodore Hotel #825 Sutter St. This stairway is the Tradesman's Entrance on the East side of said Hotel, the door is off the sidewalk, and is kept unlocked during the day, there are eleven concrete steps from the top to the bottom. A broken bottle was found in the inside coat pocket of which apparently contained whiskey. Also a broken flower pot which he was apparently carrying was found at foot of stairway."

[HI2821] (Research):1910 census gives an age of 14, but this conflicts with her sister, Margaret's, year of birth, which is given in various other sources as 1896. This may possibly be an error on the part of the census taker.

[HI2822] (Research):The 1910 census states that Nellie Spellman was the mother of 9 children, 6 of which were still living at the time. One of her Dorr children was already deceased at the time, which means that the other two were likely Flavins.

Similarly, the 1900 census indicates 6 children, 4 living.

[HI2823] (Research):The 1910 census states that Nellie Spellman was the mother of 9 children, 6 of which were still living at the time. One of her Dorr children was already deceased at the time, which means that the other two were likely Flavins.

Similarly, the 1900 census indicates 6 children, 4 living.

[HI2824] (Research):Possible match in San Francisco County voter registration, 1938, no husband. Multiple persons of different last names living at that same address.

[HI2880] (Research):
He was adopted by the Bishop in Throndhejm Eiler Hagerup b. 1685.

Unfortunately the church at Kvaernes was guttered at Easter 1737 which prohibits check of the records on his godparents and the speilling of his name. He was admitted to the university inCopenhagen under the name: Eiler Hagerup Kongelw.

The Danish website http://www.hagerup.dk/ claims that he just took the name when enrolling at the University in Copenhagen. This is not so. His "brother" Hans Hagerup Gyldenpalm, who was a son of the blood of his adoptive father was "Amtmand" in Christiansand at the same time as the adopten son was bishop. They referred to each others as brothers. The decendants of Eiler Kongel Hageup have for many years been considered "real" Hagerups for what it is worth. As from January 1st 2003 anyone who would like to claim the name of Hagerup may do so, at least in Norway.

Source:
Personal notes from Edvard Hagerup b. 1887 p. 16
At the age of 12 he was admitted as servant to the home of Bishop Hagerup in Trondheim. The wife of the bishop was his cousin. Soon afterwards the bishops son Hans came home to read for his law studies. He soon noticed the willingness to learn at the young boy and the following agreement was entered into:

Hans agreed to teach Eiler if Eiler was willing to get up early enough in the morning to serve Hans his morning coffee at 5 o'clock.

During this education the ability to absorb science surfaced where Hans used his influence so his father, the bishop, took part in the teaching. This went rather well and Eiler was admitted to the University in Copenhagen in 31 Jul 1736 and Cand Theol 30. Mar 1738.

In 1739 he submitted to Examen Philosophicum and was awared "Superium in philosophia lauream" where he worked at the Latin school in Bergen for 3 years.

On the 8 Jul 1740 he took his final exam as Master of Science. and in 1742 he left teaching and went back to Copenhagen. where he 22 Feb 1743 wa appointed to vicar at Hoeyland at Jaeren in Norway..

Source marriage:
Married in Stord 1725-1815
He was Bishop in Bergen at the time


Census 1801 Soroe, Denmark
There is a Eiler Hagerup Smith b. 1773 who is a priest in Ringstedt, Soroe.
He is probably related to this man.

[MI2883] (Medical):Personlige notater av Edvard Hagerup b. 9 Sep 1887 p. 1
Hun døde i barsel med barn nr. 17

[MI2886] (Medical):http://www.nose.dk/Norge/falch.html

[HI2891] (Research):This is the first time the name of HAGERUP appears in the genealogical tree. Where she came from is not known, but probably from the township of Hagerup, on Skjaelland in Denmark.

[HI2892] (Research):Source: Gudrun Johnsen Hoeibo: Slekten Falkener Falch Falck, Oslo 1962
Source: Helmer Aslaksen, ane 40456
Source: Hogne Holst, pers 7572
Source: S.H. Finne Groenn: Jesper Hansen, Nsht, vol. I, s.57-72

[MI2892] (Medical):Source
Norsk Slektshistorisk Tidsskrift
Bibd XXXVIII - Hefte 3
Oslo 2003 - Author Erik Lie, p. 197

[MI2908] (Medical):Diagnosed with Fahr's Disease, August 2011

[HI2949] (Research):Source Citation: Year: 1860; Census Place: Throop, Cayuga, New York; Roll: M653_729; Page: 70; Image: 589.

[HI2950] (Research):Source Citation: Year: 1860; Census Place: Throop, Cayuga, New York; Roll: M653_729; Page: 70; Image: 589.

Source Citation: Year: 1870; Census Place: Mentz, Cayuga, New York; Roll: M593_911; Page: 461; Image: 113.

Source Citation: Year: 1880; Census Place: Manannah, Meeker, Minnesota; Roll: T9_626; Family History Film: 1254626; Page: 225.3000; Enumeration District: 50; Image: 0176.

[NI2951] Page 53 of the Julia Brennan scrapbook gives a brief history on Mary's family. Based on the names and locations found on that page, she and her immediate Wall family are easily found in the years 1860-1880, all with 3 agreeing on a birth year of about 1857. The history concludes with the comment that she married in April of 1896. Going back to the first page of the scrapbook where a familytree of Julia Brennan's is located, it states that Ambrose Wall's sister Mary married Dan Foley, a widower with 5 boys and 1 girl. A search for Dan Foley in 1900 turns up a Daniel Foley in Minnesota with 4 sons (the oldest is likely no longer living at home) and a daughter, with a wife named Mary who was born in New York and had Irish parents. The only problem is that her age is off by over 10 years (claiming a birthyear of 1864) and indicates that she has been married to Foley for 17 years, which matches the year of Foley's marriage to his first wife in 1883. I can only assume that this is a result of error on the part of the census taker and that her actual birthyear is around 1857.

[HI2951] (Research):Source Citation: Year: 1860; Census Place: Throop, Cayuga, New York; Roll: M653_729; Page: 70; Image: 589.

Source Citation: Year: 1870; Census Place: Mentz, Cayuga, New York; Roll: M593_911; Page: 461; Image: 113.

Source Citation: Year: 1880; Census Place: Manannah, Meeker, Minnesota; Roll: T9_626; Family History Film: 1254626; Page: 225.3000; Enumeration District: 50; Image: 0176.

Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Parnell, Traverse, Minnesota; Roll: T623 794; Page: 8A; Enumeration District: 283.

[HI2952] (Research):Source Citation: Year: 1860; Census Place: Throop, Cayuga, New York; Roll: M653_729; Page: 70; Image: 589.

Source Citation: Year: 1870; Census Place: Mentz, Cayuga, New York; Roll: M593_911; Page: 461; Image: 113.

Source Citation: Year: 1880; Census Place: Manannah, Meeker, Minnesota; Roll: T9_626; Family History Film: 1254626; Page: 225.3000; Enumeration District: 50; Image: 0176.

[HI2953] (Research):Source Citation: Year: 1860; Census Place: Throop, Cayuga, New York; Roll: M653_729; Page: 70; Image: 589.

Source Citation: Year: 1870; Census Place: Mentz, Cayuga, New York; Roll: M593_911; Page: 461; Image: 113.

[HI2955] (Research):May be Bridget Wall under a different name in 1870.

Source Citation: Year: 1870; Census Place: Mentz, Cayuga, New York; Roll: M593_911; Page: 461; Image: 113.

Source Citation: Year: 1880; Census Place: Manannah, Meeker, Minnesota; Roll: T9_626; Family History Film: 1254626; Page: 225.3000; Enumeration District: 50; Image: 0176.

[NI2956] Source Citation: Year: 1860; Census Place: Throop, Cayuga, New York; Roll: M653_729; Page: 70; Image: 589.

[HI2956] (Research):Source Citation: Year: 1860; Census Place: Throop, Cayuga, New York; Roll: M653_729; Page: 70; Image: 589.

May be Anastacia Wall under a different name in 1870 and 1880.

[HI2957] (Research):Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Cashel, Swift, Minnesota; Roll: T623 793; Page: 5A; Enumeration District: 274.

[NI2958] See attached sources.

[NI2970] !M Plieningen church

Source: Kent Schach, 92 Oswegatchie Hills, Niantic CT 06357.
ToySchach@aol.com (March 1996).

[NI2971] !B Plieningen church

Source: Kent Schach, 92 Oswegatchie Hills, Niantic CT 06357.
ToySchach@aol.com (March 1996).

[NI2972] !B Plieningen church

Source: Kent Schach, 92 Oswegatchie Hills, Niantic CT 06357.
ToySchach@aol.com (March 1996).

[NI2973] !B Plieningen church

Source: Kent Schach, 92 Oswegatchie Hills, Niantic CT 06357.
ToySchach@aol.com (March 1996).

[NI2974] !B Plieningen church
Note on above died 1664

Source: Kent Schach, 92 Oswegatchie Hills, Niantic CT 06357.
ToySchach@aol.com (March 1996).

[NI2975] !B Plieningen church
Note on above died 1685

Source: Kent Schach, 92 Oswegatchie Hills, Niantic CT 06357.
ToySchach@aol.com (March 1996).


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