I330131: Wayne C BUTLER Father William JENKINS Mother Louisa DURST _ Frances Jeanette Kountz _William Cyrus _Jackson J LAYMAN _ _Charles Nicholas http://midatlantic.rootsweb.com/database/d0106/g0000087.htm
K1 Kountz, William J. Billy Baxter s Letters KROHN In Borneo Jungles Instead, he edited Fraser s Magazine briefly in 1867. http://www.erbzine.com/dan/k1.html
BIO SKETCHES TOWN Of Leon 20, 1819, and married Mary Ann Kountz, who was born son Hermon V. was for three years 1867, 1868, and in March, 1892; children Lovisa, William J., Welcome F http://www.paintedhills.org/CATTARAUGUS/TownLeonBio.html
Extractions: TOWN OF LEON BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES FROM: "HISTORICAL GAZETTEER AND BIOGRAPHICAL MEMORIAL of CATTARAUGUS COUNTY, NY, ed by WILLIAM ADAMS, Published 1893 Bio from: Historical Gazetteer and Biographical Memorial of Cattaraugus Co. NY, ed by William Adams, pub 1893 History of the Town of Leon Chapter XXXIII (33) Page 752 Surnames: ACKLER, RANDALL, FRANKLIN, HUNT Peter ACKLER, a native of Germany, came to Persia while young and died there at an advanced age. His children were Peter M., Willard, Henry, Roxana, Betsey, and Keziah. Peter M. ACKLER, born in Persia, as were also his brothers and sisters, came to Leon in 1870. He married Mittie RANDALL; children: Albert, Prentice D., Alden, and Eldredge. Mr. ACKLER married, second, Claircena FRANKLIN; children: Earl and Lemuel J. Eldredge ACKLER was born April 8, 1863, and June 25, 1890, married Lucy J. HUNT, of Leon. Bio from: Historical Gazetteer and Biographical Memorial of Cattaraugus Co. NY, ed by William Adams, pub 1893 History of the Town of Leon Chapter XXXIII (33) Page 752 Surname: AMADON Rev. Ezra AMADON was born in Berkshire county, Mass., about 1760 and removed to Bennington county, Vt., about 1800. There he was one of the moving spirits and original founders of the Reformed Methodist denomination in America, establishing a church of that faith at Readsboro in 1814. He came to Leon in February, 1822, and was the first to start the movement for the organization of a Reformed Methodist church in the town, forming a body of that belief in the spring of 1823. He moved to Waupun, Wis., in 1853, where he died about 1860; his family all removed to Wisconsin except Ezra, his son, who died here in 1884, leaving a son, George, now living in Leon.
Extractions: 8 linear feet, 6 audio cassettes, 8 records These index terms are the subjects, people, places, etc. under which this collection is listed in all available indexes at the Western Historical Manuscript Collection-Columbia. For additional information about this collection please see the information sheet . If you are interested in a specific index term, please contact the reference staff African Methodist Episcopal Church Africans Age discrimination Aggrey, James K. Aging Agnes Avenue Methodist Church, Kansas City, Missouri Alaska Methodist College Alexander, Gross W. Alvers, Clovis Alvers, Ellen American Red Cross Anglen, Harvey Anglo-Chinese School, Singapore Anti-Saloon League Anti-Semitism Apocalyptic literature Appelman, Hyman Arkansas State Athletic Association of Schools and Colleges Arms transfersùMiddle East Aronson, R.L. Arrow Rock Methodist Church, Arrow Rock, Missouri Atomic AustriaDescription and travel Back to Africa movement Bacon, Alfred S. Baker, James Chamberlain
Mademoiselle Kaffery Kitchin, Frederick Harcourt (18676aug1932) See under Copplestone, Bennett. Benjamin Thompson. kou, lie yu Lie zi - released 7341. Kountz, William J. Jr. http://www.pluckerbooks.com/works/priced/inprogress/part11.html
Extractions: PERSONS AND INCIDENTS. IT is deemed proper in this connection to give a few personal sketches of Union Soldiers, and incidents of the War of more or less prominent interest, the only regret being that lack of space forbids such extension of the chapter as would admit a much larger number of such. JAMES BLAIR STEEDMAN was born in Chillisquaque Township, Northumberland County, Pennsylvania, July 29, 1817, and died at Toledo, October 8, 1883. He was of Scotch parentage, his parents dying while he was yet a boy, leaving him the eldest of three children. At the age of 15 he became an apprentice in the office of the Lewisburg (Penn.) Democrat . Two years later he went to Louisville, Kentucky, where he worked at printing for a time, but soon joined General Sam. Houston's expedition for the independence of Texas. Returning to Pennsylvania, he was employed on the Public Works there. In 1838 he came to Northwestern Ohio, first stopping at Napoleon, where he soon became publisher of the Northwestern Democrat , and was married with Miss Miranda Stiles, then recently from New Jersey. Not long thereafter he was a contractor on the Wabash and Erie Canal. In 1847-8 he served two terms in the Ohio House of Representatives. In 1849, with a party from this State, he made the overland trip to California in search for gold, but returned the year following, and in 1852 was elected as member of the Board of Public Works, and in 1855 was reelected to that position, serving most of the time as President of the Board. In December, 1857, lie was chosen as Congressional Printer. lie was elected Major-General of the Fifth Division, Ohio Militia, in 1857, holding that office until the breaking out of the Rebellion. Between 1857 and 1861, he was for sometime the Editor of the Toledo
Extractions: 699 - HISTORY OF TOLEDO AND LUCAS COUNTY CHAPTER III. MAUMEE VALLEY PIONEER ASSOCIATION FOR many years there was manifested among the survivors of the early settlers of the Valley of the Maumee, a desire for organized action, looking to both the collection and preservation of historic facts, as well as the revival of early relations and sentiments arising in common experience. No definite step toward such action, however, was taken until the Spring of 1864, when a call was issued for a gathering of Pioneers at Toledo, May 7th. At that meeting Judge Emery D. Potter was called to preside, and Henry Bennett was appointed Secretary The object of the meeting was stated by the Chairman, when, on motion of Jessup W. Scott, a Committee of three was appointed to present a constitution for a permanent association of Pioneers, the same consisting of Mr. Scott, Sanford L. Collins and Richard Mott. Peter Navarre, the oldest living resident of the Maumee Valley, was present, and briefly addressed the meeting. The Committee reported a constitution which was adopted and circulated, receiving the signatures of 75 Pioneers then present, who proceeded to organize an Association. Mr. Navarre, by virtue of seniority in residence, was declared the President, and the following persons were chosen for the positions named : Vice Presidents, Dr. Horatio Conant, Nathaniel B. Blinn, and Dr. Oscar White ; Recording Secretary, Henry Bennett; Corresponding Secretary, J. Austin Scott ; Treasurer, James M. Comstock; Trustees, E. D. Potter, Sen., Samuel B. Scott and Noah A. Whitney.
Extractions: Please contact Jean with questions or comments on this family. Generation No. 1 1. Rene1 Julien1,2 was born 04 July 1669 in Vitre , Brittany, France, and died Aft. 1744 in Winchester, Virginia- Opequon Cemetary. He married Mary or Margaret Bullock3 Abt. 1690 in Bermuda ?, daughter of Captain Bullock and Mary. She was born Unknown in Bermuda ?4,4, and died Abt. 1750 in Winchester, Virginia- Opequon Cemetary. Notes for Rene Julien: The earliest record of Rene in Bohemia Manor is in 1720 as shown by land leases. The rest of the period from 1712 until 1720 is blank so far as he is concerned, except for the record of the birth of his son Isaac in 1716, which appears in the Register of St. Ann's Parish at Annapolis which is now in the hall of Records there. Rene and Mary had seven sons and three daughters who grew up in Bohemia Manor. Whether or not they were born there is uncertain. It is known that the two daughters were married there, and it is probable that some of the other children were also. By 1737, when Rene assigned his lease in Bohemia Manor to Henry McCoy he was 68 years old. It is assumed that this was the date of his going to Winchester, Fredrick County, Virginia. Rene was still living in 1744, the last documentary date of him known to exist. It is thought that he and his wife are buried in old Opequon Cemetery near Winchester (land for this cemetery was given by William Hoge, into whose family son Isaac married).
Browse By Title: B - Project Gutenberg Billy Baxter s Letters, By William J. Kountz (English). by Kountz, William J. The British North America Act, 1867 (English). by Anonymous http://www.gutenberg.org/browse/titles/b
Extractions: Project Gutenberg Online Book Catalog Quick Search Author: Title Word(s): EText-No.: Advanced Search Recent Books Top 100 Offline Catalogs ... In Depth Information Authors: A B C D ... other Titles: A B C D ... other Languages with more than 50 books: Chinese Dutch English Finnish ... Spanish Languages with up to 50 books: Afrikaans Aleut Bulgarian Catalan ... Yiddish Categories: Audio Book, computer-generated Audio Book, human-read Data Music, recorded ... Pictures, still Recent: last 24 hours last 7 days last 30 days by Conscience, Hendrik by Roth, Lewis by Zola, mile by Rinehart, Mary Roberts by Gilbert, W. S. (William Schwenck), Sir by Gilbert, W. S. (William Schwenck), Sir by Lewis, Sinclair by Anonymous by British Museum by Budge, E. A. Wallis
The Descendants Of John Whitney, P. 521 - 525 J., b. 1877 William MONTAGUE WHITNEY (Isaac, Ebenezer, Zachariah, Zachariah, Ebenezer, Richard, John), b. Aug June 19, 1855; m. July 25, 1872, Hugh Kountz, and d http://www.whitneygen.org/archives/extracts/pierce/p521-525.htm
Extractions: Who Came from London, England, to Watertown, Massachusetts, in 1635. by Frederick Clifton Pierce (Chicago: 1895), pages 521 - 525 Transcribed by the Whitney Research Group, 1999. Previous set of pages Next set of pages [Page 521] 1882; Katharine Lansing, b. Feb. 6, 1885. Mr. BARNEY'S home has been in New York City since he was a small boy. His sum- mer residence is at Southhampton, L. I. . JOSEPH WHITNEY (Josiah, Josiah, Josiah, Richard, Richard, Richard, John), b. Mar. 25, 1811; m. Feb. 23, 1841, Mary Abbott NEWCOMB, b. Jan. 27, 1820. He was born at Nelson, N. H.; is a farmer; has been superintendent of schools, town clerk and selectman; res. Sullivan, N. H. 8006. i. RANSEL N., b. Mar 18, 1842. 8007. ii. LAURETTE A., b. Dec. 12, 1847. 8008. iii. SCOLLEY J., b. Sept. 29, 1853; d. June 1, 1856. . GEORGE WHITNEY (Josiah, Josiah, Josiah, Richard, Richard, Richard, John), b. in Nelson, N. H., Oct. 6, 1809; m. Sept. 12, 1833, Nancy NIMS, b. May 21, 1809; d. Dec. 4, 1870. He d. June 24, 1868; res. Keene, N. H. 8009. i. GEORGE THEODORE, b. June 18, 1835; d. unm. Mar. 12, 1865; was in war. 8010. ii. SARAH ABBA, b. Dec. 20, 1836; res. Keene, N. H. 8011. iii. JOSIAH HOOD, b. Aug. 27, 1838; d. Mar. 3, 1841. 8012. iv. HENRY ALBIN, b. June 30, 1840; d. Dec. 28, 1851. 8013. v. FRANCES ADELAIDE, b. Apr. 26, 1842; m. June 22, 1871, Geo. H. FRENCH; res. Malone, N. Y. 8014. vi. JOSIAH LEE, b. May 19, 1844; res. Haverhill, Mass.
Genealogy Data Hansen, William J. Gender Male. Lybarger, William Gender Male Lybarger, Anna Gender Female Lybarger, Laura Father Ash, Jacob Mother Kountz, Sarah Willerson. http://ourancestry.com/database/html/dat162.html
Scioto County Biographies: Green Township He married Hannah, daughter of Christian and Ann Kountz. to Alice, daughter of Samuel and Eliza J. Gillan, of County, and is the son of William and Catherine http://www.scioto.org/Scioto/Bios/townships/bios-green.html
Extractions: Scioto County Biographies Green Township Edward Andre was born in Scioto County, April 27, 1849. His father, Joseph Andre was born Nov. 6, 1800, in Gallia County, and was married March 19, 1830, to Elizabeth Kelly , who was born Nov. 3, 1811, and was a daughter of Rev. John Kelly . They had eight children, of whom seven are living: Peter, Francis, Anna, Mary, Whitfield, Jonathan and Edward . Mr. Andre settled on the farm in 1830 now owned and occupied by our subject, where he spent the remainder of his life, except one year. He died in Wheelersburg, Aug. 21, 1873. His widow is still living. Edward was married in 1877 to Catherine S , daughter of Benjamin Cranston , of Wheelersburg. They have had two children: Ruth C and Benjamin L Jacob Andre , deceased, was born July 23, 1797, in Cadot settlement, and was reared to manhood on what is known as the French Grant. He was married about 1822 to Jane Dutiel , a native of Scioto County, born May 17, 1804, and a daughter of F.C. Dutiel , who settled in Gallipolis in 1790, and died in his eighty-fifth year. They reared a family of eight children , six of whom are still living. Jacob Andre was a farmer by occupation, and died Oct. 24, 1849.
Diversity? - Law & Pre-Law Forums Benjamin S. Carson *Source Academy of Achievement Rebecca J. Cole Albert G NASA JSC profiles Roscoe L. Koontz Samuel L. Kountz William A. Hinton Lovell A http://www.lawstudentparadise.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1280&page=4
Notre Dame Presidents' Letters 1 account 1861/1127 1/06 L Kountz, WJ re Kountz, Alfred emigration to TN 1869/1016 1/23 LO Hara, J. Jr Cullen, John F. 1867/0206 1/23 L Conner, William re Conner http://catholic.archives.nd.edu/upel001.htm
Project MUSE Christopher J. Kauffman, Mr. Albin D. Kazanowski, William Cardinal Keeler, Zoltan J. Kosztolnyik, Dr. Peter J. Kountz, Rev. Henry C. Kricek, Rev. http://muse.jhu.edu/journals/catholic_historical_review/v087/87.2american_cathol
Crumrine - Amwell Twp. The Lackey farm is now owned by William Workman, James W. Kountz, and William Bryson. Andrew J. Swart, a courteous and companionable gentleman of Amwell http://www.savory.org/chartiers/crumrine/twp-amwell.html
Extractions: Amwell Twp. (pp. 652-672) History of Washington County, Pennsylvania AMWELL was one of the thirteen original townships erected in 1781, and at that time embraced its present territory and the present townships of Morris and Franklin. On the 13 th of March, 1788, the township of Morris was erected, comprising the southwest quarter of this township. On the 23 rd of April, 1792, the township of Canton was erected, taking from Amwell that part of its territory that lay north of Morris. Since that time its territory has remained the same, with the exception of a slight change in the boundary line between it and Strabane township in October, 1830. Following is a list of persons elected to the office of justice of the peace in Amwell from its formation to the present time: Abner Howell July 15, 1781.
Descendants Of Johann Hage Her body was interred. v. Nancy J. Long. William died. His body was interred. iii. Britain Brittin Kuntz Kountz, born 25 Oct 1824; married Mary Shoaf Shoff. http://regan.org/genealogy/families/hege/hege0005.htm
Descendants Of Adam Glattfelder David Koontz Koonts Kountz Koonce, born 26 Dec., 1792 in Davidson County, NC; Rebecca J. Gladfelter, born 1840; married William H. Ayler. http://regan.org/genealogy/families/clodfelter/clodfelter0008.htm
Extractions: Casper? Caspar Hilderbrand , Sr. Barbara Glattfelder Felix Hans? ... Adam Casper? was born in York, York County, PA. He was christened in York, York County, PA, on 13 Apr 1755 3 Apr., 1755? by Rev. Jacob Leschy. He married Barbara Cramer on 3 Jun 1783 in York, York County, PA, 13 Jun., 1783? First Reformed Church. Casper? died on 22 Oct 1841 in Springfield Twp., York County, PA. His body was interred in Oct 1841 in York County, PA Bupp's Union Cemetery? Salem Cemetery.