Robert Samuel Roberts +Wesley William Crowe b 1822 m 27 Nov 1849 in Roane Co, TN Elizabeth and 8 James Gardner Roberts b 22 Aug 1828 Roane Co. TN d 14 Jun 1898 Roane Co. http://www.roanetn.com/roberts/robsam.htm
Extractions: ROBERT SAMUEL ROBERTS Son of Elias and Rebecca Brashear Roberts Robert Samuel Roberts was born about 1789 in Pendleton District, SC. He was married in July 1813 in Roane County, TN to MARGARET GARDNER , in the home of her father, James Gardner (b. VA) The ceremony was performed by Chaplain Wesley Walker, a Minister of the Gospel. They had thirteen children born in Roane County. Notes for Robert Samuel Roberts Several court records which mention heirs help to document their children: Wesley William Crowe b: 1822 m: 27 Nov 1849 in Roane Co, TN Elizabeth and her family are found in the Roane censuses for 1850, 60, 70 and 80. Deed Book P, page 661 records a conveyance from Wesley Crow to Edward C. Roberts in 1868. The land was located on Big Emery River and Waldens Ridge. Elizabeth's nephew, Lonnie Burns, is of the opinion that two of the children, Martha A. and Henry C., never married. Elizabeth J. Crow Cofer is buried in Riggs Cemetery in Sugar Grove Valley.
Descendants William, b. 28 Aug 1851 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah m. John AlexanderGardner. Charles, b. 12 May 1861 in Lehi, Utah, Utah - m. http://www.softcom.net/users/paulandsteph/wsnow/descendants.html
Extractions: With Hannah Miles Levi, b. 18 Jun 1833 in Charleston, Orlean, Vermont - d. 18 Jun 1833 in Charleston, Orlean, Vermont Lucina, b. Feb 1835 in Charleston, Orlean, Vermont - d. Feb 1835 in Charleston, Orlean, Vermont Abigail Dow b. 5 Nov 1837 in Far West, Caldwell, Missouri - m. 21 Apr 1857 to Fredrick Kessler - d. 2 Oct 1907 in Farmington, Davis, Utah Mason, b. 14 Mar 1841 in Nauvoo, Hancock, Illinois - d. 14 Mar 1841 in Nauvoo, Hancock, Illinois
Extractions: Research Inquiries 2000 HOME FORMS RECORDS PUBLICATIONS ... BRICK WALL ROSEBRAY (BRAY) Red Jacket 1861 Vic. marr. Elizabeth BARR 1867 at Daylsford Vic. 2nd marr. to Caroline Jane TOST 1873 Sydney . Name changed from BRAY to ROSEBRAY with variations of first names. 3rd marr. to Mary Ann COWPER 1885 at Rosebray House Waterloo Sydney Children : Albertus Almond Rodney Gutlift, Alvah L. D. Erlington, Naida Alice Caroline, Violet May, Pearl Primula, Amber Lilegarm Usher, Amber Jane Cowper, Arthur Plant Kerwin Ward, Walter James Elder. Anyone with any information on this family at all contact: Helen Taylor, 55 View St. Lidsdale. 2790. firstname.lastname@example.org DIBLEY, GOODWIN, LAWLER AND BUTLER - Information about these people in the local area is sought by Jan Quinn, 46 Raff Avenue Holland Park Qld 4121 Email: email@example.com EVERETT , DWYER, GURNEY . Researching these names is Tony Vanderpool, 11 Edmund St Toowoomba 4350. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org EVANS, John , son of Evan EVANS b1791 Wales m. 1. Sarah WEATHERLEY 1834, m. 2.
IOOF Cemetery Pg 2 Husband of Roma B. Garner. Garner, Willard L. 1892 1955 Beside Addie E. Garner.Garner, William H. 1861 1927 Buried beside Lucy Garner. http://www.cagenweb.com/sanbenito/sbenioof2.htm
Johnson County, Part 13 William G. Cutler s History of the State of Kansas He enlisted September 10,1861, in Company B, Thirtythird Illinois Infantry, and in 1863 was http://www.kancoll.org/books/cutler/johnson/johnson-co-p13.html
Extractions: KANSAS COLLECTION BOOKS William G. Cutler's History of the State of Kansas The Town Company built the stone hotel in 1857. It was 36X40 feet and two stories high. Daniel O'Sullivan was the first blacksmith, having opened his shop in the fall of 1857. Dr. W. H. Shean arrived in 1857, and was the first physician in the town. In the spring of 1858, S. H. Church and S. G. Sponable started the second store, and for some years both stores in Gardner did a wholesale as well as a retail business. In the same spring W. H. Page started a shoe shop. The first school taught in Gardner was a private one by Miss Myra D. Shean, now Mrs. L. W. Swan. The school district was organized in the winter of 1858-59, and the first public school taught the next summer by Miss Mary Williams. A stone schoolhouse was built in 1861, and in 1879, a fine two story frame schoolhouse at a cost, including furniture and apparatus if $3,000. The first church organization was that of the Methodists, a temporary one, in 1857. They were re-organized in 1859, and built their church edifice in 1878, at a cost of $2,200, and dedicated by Rev. J. C. Telford, who was minister at the time. He was succeeded by Rev. Mr. Wolford, and then came Rev. Mr. Osborn. The first child born in Gardner was a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Gardner, July 25, 1858. The first marriage was that of W. J. Ott to Miss Emma Davis, in the fall of 1859, and the first death that of Asa Thayer, in June, 1858.
Browse By Author R - Project Gutenberg Railton, George Scott. The Authoritative Life of General William Booth (English) Reeve, Arthur B. (Arthur Benjamin) (18801936) http://www.gutenberg.org/browse/authors/r