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9901 Verden N. Mortensen, 93 Posted Alamosa News: Wednesday, Aug 3rd, 2011


SANFORD — Verden N. Mortensen, 93, was born on August 2, 1918 on the family ranch in Sanford, Colorado where he grew up. Verden married Doris Dunn in Sanford, Colo. on March 21, 1937, then four days later were sealed in the Salt Lake City Temple on March 25, 1937. They began their married life on the ranch north of Sanford. After a few years Verden went to road construction in N.M. to help support the farm and family. After 23 years of road construction he returned to the work he loved most, the ranch, to raise sheep and cattle. He continued ranching to the age of 79 when he sold the ranch and retired to watch innumerable basketball, football and baseball games and enjoy life at home with his family. Verden loved for his family to come see him. As anyone opened the door to enter the home he always greeted them with a hearty “come in the house, did you bring something to eat?” That greeting will be greatly missed by all. Verden passed away on his 93rd birthday August 2nd 2011. He was preceded in death by his parents, Eugene and Effie Mortensen, one brother, Dolan, his sister Lena Sowards, and four great grandchildren. He is survived by his beloved wife of 74 years, Doris, at the family home in Sanford, eight children, DeAnn Cornum (Dale) of La Jara, Rosalie Williams (Al) of Mesa, Ariz., Jeanne Price (Leo) of La Jara, Mary Lyne Parker (Blake) of Sanford, Gary Mortensen (Julie) of Salt Lake City, Utah, Delores Niebel (Paul) of Sanford, Susan Reed (Mark) of Canon City, and Kathy Millward (Kelly) of Salida, 28 grandchildren, 81 great grandchildren, two great-great grandchildren, his brothers Floyd Mortensen (Ellen) of La Jara, Gaylon Mortensen (Doris Mae) of Sanford, and Wayne Mortensen (Janice) of Bountiful, Utah, and many nieces and nephews. A Funeral service will be held at 11 a.m. on Saturday August 6, 2011 at the Sanford 2nd Ward of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. A visitation will be held from 5-8 p.m. on Friday August 5th at the Rogers Family Mortuary in Manassa. Burial will follow services in the Sanford Cemetery. For additional information please contact Rogers Family Mortuary in Alamosa. 
MORTENSEN, Verden (I34136)
 
9902 Verna and Rolfe had no Children HILBUN, Vema (I15045)
 
9903 Victoria Ballard
Birth: Mar. 22, 1852
Death: May 10, 1929

Wife of J. W. Ballard

Family links:
Children:
John P. Ballard (1890 - 1892)*

Burial:
Tilton Cemetery
Jayess
Lawrence County
Mississippi, USA

Created by: Alice~aka~Nana
Record added: Aug 05, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 55923732


 
COOPER, Victoria (I1297)
 
9904 Vina Emily Dunaway Cooper
Birth: Jul. 16, 1848
Death: Jun. 9, 1927


Family links:
Parents:
Dennis Daniel Dunaway (____ - 1891)
Armenia Sina Beard Dunaway (1827 - 1906)

Spouse:
John Lewis Cooper (1843 - 1905)*

Children:
Louvica Cooper Mulford (1866 - 1938)*
Alice Sina Cooper Price (1872 - 1956)*
Emma E. Cooper (1873 - 1896)*
William Dennis Cooper (1876 - 1907)*
Laura Abi Cooper Sibley (1882 - 1952)*
Johnnie Louis Cooper (1883 - 1950)*
Aurilla Hervie Cooper Sibley (1885 - 1962)*
Sarah Camellia Cooper Dunaway (1886 - 1953)*
Minnie Lee Cooper Carney (1889 - 1955)*
Charles E Cooper (1892 - 1934)*

*Calculated relationship


Burial:
Cooper Cemetery
White Bluff
Marion County
Mississippi, USA

Edit Virtual Cemetery info [?]

Created by: Alice~aka~Nana
Record added: Sep 17, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 58775476


 
DUNAWAY, Mrs. Cooper Vina Emily (I1659)
 
9905 Walker, Cornelius, Head, Male, White, 35, 1875 Married, Mississippi
Walker,Missouri, Wife, Female, White,34,1876,Married,Mississippi
Walker, Walter, Son, Male, White, 12, 1898, Single, Mississippi, Mississippi, Miss.
Walker, John, Son, Male, White, 10, 1900, Single, Mississippi, Mississippi, Mississippi
Walker,Edward, Son, Male, White, 6, 1904, Single,Mississippi, Mississippi, Mississippi
Walker, Mattie, Son, White, 6, 1904, Single, Mississippi, Mississippi, Mississippi
Walker, Vergie, Daughter, Female, White, 3, 1907, Single, Mississippi, Mississippi

This information taken from 1910 U. S. Census, Beat 2, Copiah County, Mississippi. 
Family F1033
 
9906 Walker, Cornelius, Head, Male, White, 35, 1875 Married, Mississippi
Walker,Missouri,Wife, Female, White,34,1876,Married,Mississippi
Walker, Walter, Son, Male, White, 12, 1898, Single, Mississippi, Mississippi, Miss.
Walker, John, Son, Male, White, 10, 1900, Single, Mississippi, Mississippi, Mississippi
Walker,Edward, Son, Male, White, 6, 1904, Single,Mississippi, Mississippi, Mississippi
Walker, Mattie, Son, White, 6, 1904, Single, Mississippi, Mississippi, Mississippi
Walker, Vergie, Daughter, Female, White, 3, 1907, Single, Mississippi, Mississippi

This information taken from 1910 U. S. Census, Beat 2, Copiah County, Mississippi. 
PEPPER, William Joshua (I1543)
 
9907 Walter E Mulford
Birth: Mar. 24, 1892
Death: Mar. 3, 1974
Family links:
Children:
Bernice Mulford Magee (1918 - 1996)*
Burial:
Enon Cemetery
Enon (Walthall County)
Walthall County
Mississippi, USA

Created by: Nellie (Sanders- Sharp) ...
Record added: Apr 04, 2006
Find A Grave Memorial# 13856424


 
MULFORD, Walter Emmanuel (I564)
 
9908 Warren E Evans, Sr
Birth: Oct. 1, 1874
Death: Jul. 31, 1961


Family links:
Spouse:
Nancy E Evans (1877 - 1978)*

*Point here for explanation


Burial:
Morgantown Cemetery
Morgantown (Marion County)
Marion County
Mississippi, USA

Created by: Gwen Langley Pittman
Record added: Feb 08, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 47809248


 
EVANS, Warren Edwin (I382)
 
9909 Warren L Phillips, "United States Social Security Death Index"
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About this collection
first name: Warren
middle name: L
last name: Phillips
name suffix:
birth date: 2 February 1920
social security number: 498-14-3903
place of issuance: Missouri
last residence: Victoria, Victoria, Texas
zip code of last residence: 77904
death date: 17 June 1996
estimated age at death: 76 
PHILLIPS, Warren Leonard (I612)
 
9910 Warren Leonard Phillips, "Texas, Death Index, 1964-1998"
About this collection
name: Warren Leonard Phillips
title:
gender: Male
marital status:
death date: 17 Jun 1996
death county: Victoria
death place: Victoria, Texas, United States 
PHILLIPS, Warren Leonard (I612)
 
9911 Warren Leonard Phillips, "Texas, Death Index, 1964-1998"
About this collection
name: Warren Leonard Phillips
title:
gender: Male
marital status:
death date: 17 Jun 1996
death county: Victoria
death place: Victoria, Texas, United States 
PHILLIPS, Warren Leonard (I612)
 
9912 We do not know who Peter really is but he was with the 1849 Wagon Train and in teh 1850 Census in Iron county Utah Territory.


1849 George Albert Smith led a wagon Train of 120 Wagons departing Kanesville, Iowa 14 July 1849 arriving Salt Lake Valley 26-30 Oct 1849, This company combined withteh Ezra T. Benson Company as they traveled close together. With this company was: Bathsheba Smith age 5, Bathsheba Wilson Smith 27, Charles Warren Smith (infant), George Albert Smith 7, George Albert Smith 32, Hanna Maria Libby Smith 21, John Henry Smith age 1, Lois 16, Lucy 32, Peter 14, Sarah Ann Libby 31, Zilpha 31.

1850 Census Iron County, Utah Territory which was started 12 May 1851 Lists: George A. Smith age 33, ocupation Yeoman wife Zilpha age 32 both born in NY. Peter 15, born Penn, Ruth age 4 born Des, (Deseret) 
SMITH, Peter (I23540)
 
9913 We see Dabarah listed as Deborah, and Debby also ESTY is also spelled ESTEY ESTY, Dabarah (I9248)
 
9914 Web: Louisiana, Find A Grave Index, 1812-2011
about Herston H Bourn
Name: Herston H Bourn
Birth Date: 1922
Age at Death: 71
Death Date: 1993
Burial Place: Ponchatoula, Tangipahoa Parish, Louisiana, USA
 
BOURN, Herston H (I1679)
 
9915 Web: Louisiana, Find A Grave Index, 1812-2011
Name: Herston H Bourn
Birth Date: 1922
Age at Death: 71
Death Date: 1993
Burial Place: Ponchatoula, Tangipahoa Parish, Louisiana, USA
 
BOURN, Herston H (I1679)
 
9916 Web: Mississippi, Find A Grave Index, 1798-2011
about Clarence Estes Ballard
Name: Clarence Estes Ballard
Birth Date: 9 Sep 1886
Age at Death: 63
Death Date: 6 Jun 1950
Burial Place: McComb, Pike County, Mississippi, USA
 
BALLARD, Clarence Estes (I1298)
 
9917 Web: Mississippi, Find A Grave Index, 1798-2011
about Grover Cleveland Ballard
Name: Grover Cleveland Ballard
Birth Date: 16 Dec 1894
Age at Death: 70
Death Date: 8 Feb 1965
Burial Place: Jayess, Lawrence County, Mississippi, USA
URL: http://www
 
BALLARD, Grover Cleveland (I1294)
 
9918 Web: Mississippi, Find A Grave Index, 1798-2011
about Henry H Boyte
Name: Henry H Boyte
Birth Date: 20 Mar 1874
Age at Death: 74
Death Date: 18 Apr 1948
Burial Place: Lincoln County, Mississippi, USA
 
BOYTE, Henry H. (I1342)
 
9919 Web: Mississippi, Find A Grave Index, 1798-2011
about John Pinkney Prescott
Name: John Pinkney Prescott
Birth Date: 10 Apr 1859
Age at Death: 78
Death Date: 27 May 1937
Burial Place: Morgantown (Marion County), Marion County, Mississippi, USA

Burial date is estimated.
 
PRESCOTT, John Pinkney Sr. (I671)
 
9920 Web: Mississippi, Find A Grave Index, 1798-2011
Name: Champ Terry Smith
Birth Date: 27 Jan 1897
Age at Death: 21
Death Date: 26 Jun 1918
Burial Place: Woolworth, Lincoln County, Mississippi, USA

Burial date of 29 Jun 1918 is estimated. 
SMITH, Champ Terry (I1173)
 
9921 Web: Mississippi, Find A Grave Index, 1798-2012
about Jack H Horton
Name: Jack H Horton
Birth Date: 24 Feb 1902
Age at Death: 32
Death Date: 19 Nov 1934
Burial Place: Prentiss, Jefferson Davis County, Mississippi, USA
 
HORTON, Jack Harold (I662)
 
9922 Web: Mississippi, Find A Grave Index, 1798-2012
about Jack H Horton
Name: Jack H Horton
Birth Date: 24 Feb 1902
Age at Death: 32
Death Date: 19 Nov 1934
Burial Place: Prentiss, Jefferson Davis County, Mississippi, USA
 
BREEDEN, Bliza Madie (I661)
 
9923 Welcome to Gandalf's Genealogy
When I first encountered genealogy I was told that genealogy without documentation was a work of Fantasy. Well welcome to Gandalf's fantasy. I am attempting to database all of the major political leaders of the United States. So far I have finished the fo

Each Famous Personalities file also contains a biography.

500+ photos of the famous people are included for free

A FREE list is available in a MS Word format. This file lists all individuals in question.

If you have any further question please do not hesitate to email me. At the address aussie_man@fastmail.fm

Thank You for visiting Gandalf’s World. 
SMITH, Nora Arlene (I4084)
 
9924 Welcome to Gandalf's Genealogy
When I first encountered genealogy I was told that genealogy without documentation was a work of Fantasy. Well welcome to Gandalf's fantasy. I am attempting to database all of the major political leaders of the United States. So far I have finished the fo

Each Famous Personalities file also contains a biography.

500+ photos of the famous people are included for free

A FREE list is available in a MS Word format. This file lists all individuals in question.

If you have any further question please do not hesitate to email me. At the address aussie_man@fastmail.fm

Thank You for visiting Gandalf’s World. 
SMITH, Robert Eugene (I4083)
 
9925 Welcome to Gandalf's Genealogy
When I first encountered genealogy I was told that genealogy without documentation was a work of Fantasy. Well welcome to Gandalf's fantasy. I am attempting to database all of the major political leaders of the United States. So far I have finished the fo

Each Famous Personalities file also contains a biography.

500+ photos of the famous people are included for free

A FREE list is available in a MS Word format. This file lists all individuals in question.

If you have any further question please do not hesitate to email me. At the address aussie_man@fastmail.fm

Thank You for visiting Gandalf’s World. 
STRUHS, Adella (I4017)
 
9926 Went to funeral in Manassa, Colorado...Car accident...Broke his neck...Died instantly...in front of their house.Lola Dana 7/13/2004. His blessings were restored a little over l yr.after death. Lola Dana 1/1/2006. SOWARDS, Ricky G (I21944)
 
9927 Wesley was in teh United States Army and participated in the Invasion of Normandy KNIGHT, Wesley (I21247)
 
9928 When Dr. Daniel Hunt dies he had 11 chuildren, the 30 Aug 1789 Will listed his wife Susanna, and children as John, Gershom, Arthur, Daniel, Owen, Able, Jonathan, Margaret, Charity, and Hanna. HUNT, Daniel Sr. MD (I42463)
 
9929 When Henry the V of the Holy Roman Empire died in 1125 Matilida's Father Henry Married her to to Geoffrey Plantagenet, Count of Anjou. OF HOLY ROMAN EMPIRE, Henry V. (I57916)
 
9930 Which gives thewifes
name as Mary Looke. MARRIAGE: American Marriage Records before 1699p.40
lists Sarah Locke as being the one married to John Curtis on thisdate.

Clemens, William Montgomery, ed. American Marriage Records Before1699.
Pompton Lakes, New Jersey: The Bilbio Company, 1926.

SOURCES OF INFORMATION FOR JOHN CURTICE/CURTIS FAMILY GROUP SHEET
Name and Address of Person submitting the following sources LISTED INJOHN CURTIS INDIVIDUAL NOTES:
Darlene Cowan Butler
610 16th Ave
Salt Lake City, Utah 84103
NAME: 1,2,3
BIRTH: 6, 11
DEATH: 4,6
WIFE'S FATHER: 11 
LOOKE, Mary (I921)
 
9931 While Richard Plantagenet is revered as one of the great warrior kings of England, he is perhaps best known as "the absent king." This is due to the fact that during his reign from 1189-1199, he spent a total of six months in England. This aside Richard I was well known for his bravery which earned him the nickname "The Lionheart". A name that has reached epic and mythological proportions, best seen in literary works such as Robin Hood and Sir Walter Scott's novel Ivanhoe.

Richard Plantagenet came into the world September 8th in the year 1157 AD Although born in Oxfordshire England, Richard was a child of Aquitaine a part of Southern France. His native language was not English and throughout his life he spoke little of it.
He had four brothers and three sisters, the first of which died at a young age. Of the remainder; Henry was named heir to the English throne, Richard was to succeed his mother's Aquitaine and Geoffrey was to inherit Brittany. John was the poorest to fair out receiving nothing from his father. It is this action that gave him the name John Lackland.
At a young age of twelve, Richard pledged homage to the king of France for lands of his. At the age of fourteen, Richard was named the Duke of Aquitane in the church of St. Hillaire at Poitiers which was one of the lands made homage to the French King. Henry's sons, who had been given lands but no real power revolted against their King father aided by their mother. In retaliation King Henry had Eleanor jailed. She remained there for many years.

In March 1199, Richard was in the Limousin suppressing a revolt by Viscount Aimar V of Limoges. Although it was Lent, he "devastated the Viscount's land with fire and sword".[100] He besieged the puny, virtually unarmed castle of Châlus-Chabrol. Some chroniclers claimed that this was because a local peasant had uncovered a treasure trove of Roman gold,[101] which Richard claimed from Aimar in his position as feudal overlord.


Tomb containing the heart of King Richard at Rouen Cathedral

Tomb at Fontevraud
In the early evening of 25 March 1199, Richard was walking around the castle perimeter without his chainmail, investigating the progress of sappers on the castle walls. Missiles were occasionally shot from the castle walls, but these were given little attention. One defender in particular amused the king greatly—a man standing on the walls, crossbow in one hand, the other clutching a frying pan he had been using all day as a shield to beat off missiles. He deliberately aimed at the king, which the king applauded; however, another crossbowman then struck the king in the left shoulder near the neck. He tried to pull this out in the privacy of his tent but failed; a surgeon, called a "butcher" by Howden, removed it, "carelessly mangling" the King's arm in the process. The wound swiftly became gangrenous. Accordingly, Richard asked to have the crossbowman brought before him; called alternatively Pierre (or Peter) Basile, John Sabroz, Dudo,[102][103] and Bertrand de Gourdon (from the town of Gourdon) by chroniclers, the man turned out (according to some sources, but not all) to be a boy. This boy claimed that Richard had killed the boy's father and two brothers, and that he had killed Richard in revenge. The boy expected to be executed; Richard, as a last act of mercy, forgave him, saying, "Live on, and by my bounty behold the light of day," before ordering that the boy be freed and sent away with 100 shillings.[104] Richard then set his affairs in order, bequeathing all his territory to his brother John and his jewels to his nephew Otto.

Richard died on 6 April 1199 in the arms of his mother; it was later said that "As the day was closing, he ended his earthly day." Because of the nature of Richard's death, he was later referred to as "the Lion (that) by the Ant was slain". According to one chronicler, Richard's last act of chivalry proved fruitless when the infamous mercenary captain Mercadier had the crossbowman flayed alive and hanged as soon as Richard died.[105]

Richard's heart was buried at Rouen in Normandy, his entrails in Châlus (where he died), and the rest of his body at the feet of his father at Fontevraud Abbey in Anjou.[106] In 2012, scientists analysed the remains of Richard's heart and found that it had been embalmed with various substances, including frankincense, a symbolically important substance because it had been present both at the birth and embalming of the Christ.[107]

A 13th-century Bishop of Rochester wrote that Richard spent 33 years in purgatory as expiation for his sins, eventually ascending to Heaven in March 1232

Angevin kings of England
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This article is about the English royal house of the 12th and early 13th century. For other houses of Anjou, see House of Anjou.
Angevins
Royal Arms of England (1198-1340).svg
Arms adopted in 1198
Country England
Parent house House of Châteaudun
Titles
King of England
Lord of Ireland
Duke of Aquitaine
Duke of Brittany
Duke of Normandy
Count of Anjou
Count of Gâtinais
Count of Maine
Count of Mortain
Founder Geoffrey Plantagenet, Count of Anjou
Final ruler John, King of England
Current head Extinct[1]
Cadet branches
House of Plantagenet
House of Lancaster
House of York
The Angevins /ænd?v?ns/ ("from Anjou") were an English royal house in the 12th and early 13th centuries; its monarchs were Henry II, Richard I and John. In the 10 years from 1144, two successive counts of Anjou, Geoffrey and his son, the future Henry II, won control of a vast assemblage of lands in western Europe that would last for 80 years and would retrospectively be referred to as the Angevin Empire. As a political entity this was structurally different from the preceding Norman and subsequent Plantagenet realms. Geoffrey became Duke of Normandy in 1144 and died in 1151. In 1152 his heir, Henry, added Aquitaine by virtue of his marriage to Eleanor of Aquitaine. Henry also inherited the claim of his mother, Empress Matilda, the daughter of King Henry I, to the English throne, to which he succeeded in 1154 following the death of King Stephen.[2]

Henry was succeeded by his third son, Richard, whose reputation for martial prowess won him the epithet "Cœur de Lion" or "Lionheart".[3] He was born and raised in England but spent very little time there during his adult life, perhaps as little as six months. Despite this Richard remains an enduring iconic figure both in England and in France, and is one of very few kings of England remembered by his nickname as opposed to regnal number.[4]

When Richard died, his brother John – Henry’s fifth and only surviving son – took the throne. In 1204 John lost the Angevins' continental territories, including Anjou, to the French crown. The loss of Anjou from which the dynasty is named is the rationale behind John's son—Henry III of England— being considered the first Plantagenet—a name derived from a nickname for Geoffrey. Where no distinction is made between the Angevins—and Angevin era— and subsequent English Kings, Henry II is the first Plantagenet king.[5][6][7][8][9] From John the dynasty continued successfully and unbroken in the senior male line until the reign of Richard II before dividing into two competing cadet branches, the House of Lancaster and the House of York. 
PLANTAGENET, Richard Lion Heart King of England Angevin Dynasty (I10963)
 
9932 Wilburn "Shorty" McKnight Wilburn Shorty McKnight, age 83, of Lumberton, TX passed away January 1, 2009 at his residence. Mr. McKnight was a member of the Masonic organization, Lodge's B.F. Quicksall 1370 A.F.-A.M. and Saratoga 914 A.F.-A.M. He was a 32nd degree Mason. He was district deputy in 1981. He was also a member of the Eastern Star, Evadale Chapter 1111. He served as a Worthy Patron numerous times. He was a member of the First Presbyterian Church of Silsbee. He was retired from Bethlehem Steel and served 20 years in the U.S. Navy. He served during WWII in the south pacific and the Korean conflict, retiring with the rank of CWO II. Mr. McKnight was preceded in death by his daughter, Linda Drescher. He is survived by his wife of 62 years, Joyce McKnight; daughters, Melissa Littlepage, husband Marvin, Melanie (DeeDee) Sims, husband Dee; son, Bryan McKnight, wife Denise; grandchildren, Kristie Weaver, Weston McKnight, Ashley Sims; brothers, Donald McKnight, Harlan McKnight, Alvin McKnight; sisters, Versie Frederick, and Aline Main. Visitation will be held Saturday, January 3, 2009 from 5:30 until 9:00 p.m. at Forest Lawn Funeral Home. Funeral services will be Sunday, January 4, 2009 at 2:00 p.m. in the Forest Lawn Funeral Home Chapel. MCKNIGHT, Wilburn (I13238)
 
9933 Wilcox Co. added from New Family Search

!Mississippi Marriages, 1776-1935
about Alex Davis
Name: Alex Davis
Spouse: Sarah Moore
Marriage Date: 1851
County: Lawrence

U.S. Census 1850 Mississippi, Lawrence, dated 3 Oct. 1850
Moore, James, age 50, M. W. born South Carolina
Sarah A., age 38, F. W., born in South Carolina
W.B., age 17, M. W. born in South Carolina (William Burgess Moore)
Sarah R., age 15, F. W., born in Alabama (Sarah Rebecca Moore)
D. C., age 13, M. W., born in Alabama (Delton Cobb Moore)
Isaac E., age 10, M. W., born in Alabama (Isaac Edward Moore)
C. H., age 4, M. W. born in Mississippi (Charles Hamilton Moore)
Arabella, age 2, F. W., born in Mississippi (Arabella Brock Moore)

!U. S. Census 1860 dtd 30 Jul 1860, Lawrence County, Mississippi
Family on Line 21
Alexander Davis, Age 39, M., W., Born Mississippi
Sarah Davis, Age 22, F., W., Born Mississippi
James Davis, Age 8, M., W., Born Mississippi
Sarah Davis, Age 7, F., W., Born Mississippi
William Davis, Age 5, M., W., Born Mississippi
John Davis, Age 3, M., W., Born Mississippi
Anderson Davis, Age 3, M., W., Born Mississippi
Arabella Davis, Age 1(?), F., W., Born Mississippi

Pvt. Delton Cobb Moore (This info added for Sarah Rebecka Moore as shown in text below.)

Delton Cobb Moore was born May 11, 1837, Wilcox Co., Alabama to James Levi Moore and Sarah Ann Cobb. He died September 2, 1862 while serving in the Confederacy. His estate record was filed in Lawrence Co., MS which was divided among his siblings William Burgess Moore, Isaac Edward Moore, James Levi Moore, Sarah Rebecca Moore Davis, Charles Hamilton Moore, and Arabella Brock Moore. His brothers were also soldiers in the Confederacy, and Charles Hamilton Moore was killed in the war on April 9, 1865. 
MOORE, Sarah Rebecka (I45)
 
9934 Wiley Knight,
b. 2-Sep-1877, Collins, Covington County, MS., d. 24 Nov 1962, Tylertown, Walthall, County, MS., buried: Tylertown, Walthall County, MS. At some point in his life, Wiley Knight became a Chiropractor and set up his business at Tylertown, MS. He practiced until he died at age 85. He sat down in his rocker, laid his head back and died. In his early years he worked as a laborer and worked on the railroad for a long time. He was a self-educated man, about 5'10", heavyset, a very distinguished looking fellow. Ref: Page 53, Knight Family Genealogy Project by Douglas R. Knight. Ref: Page 85, Who Married Whom Covington County, MS. He married (1) Nancy Josephine Jones, 3-Apr-1898, in Covington County, MS., b. 19-Mar-1876, Collins, Covington County, MS., (daughter of Ira M. Jones and Nancy Ranes) d. 29 Nov 1926, Laurel Charity Hospital, Jones Co. MS., buried: Station Creek Ch. Cem., CovingtoCo., MS. Nancy: Ref: Page 79, Who Married Whom Covington County, MS. He married (2) Annabel Droke, 4-Sep-1927, in Crystal Springs, MS., b. 7-Aug-1885, d. 25-Jan-1981, Ellisville, Jones County, MS., buried: Tylertown, Walthall County, MS. 
KNIGHT, Wiley (I12952)
 
9935 Willard never married, he lived in the Camp Family home in Manassa, Conejos, Colorado with his brother David. He was thought to be mentally retarded. I, Eldon La Velle Knight remember grandmother Cora B. Culler Camp taking food to him, I assume weekly, after David died. CAMP, Willard Berton (I33)
 
9936 William Alexander Graham
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Birth: Nov. 16, 1849
Death: Feb. 25, 1919

Full name submitted by: NW Mountain Man

Family links:
Spouse:
Margaret Ann Beard Graham (1855 - 1900)*

Children:
Julia Graham Rushing (1875 - 1916)*
Frankie Graham Barber (1880 - 1951)*
Frank Graham (1884 - 1902)*

*Calculated relationship


Burial:
Knoxo Cemetery
Walthall County
Mississippi, USA

Created by: janine mcquiston
Record added: Jun 17, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 71539315

Burial date is estimated.


 
GRAHAM, William Alex (I168)
 
9937 William and his brother George left Plymouth England 20 March 1630 on 400 Ton ship "Mary and John" landing in Nantasker, MA. PHELPS, William (I45113)
 
9938 William and his wife were killed in an auto accident. Ther infant son Paul Edward was adopted and reared by Frank and Sue Bradshaw. William was a captian in the Army. BRADSHAW, William Barksdale (I12481)
 
9939 William and Martha may not be relatives Carherine REDDOCK REDDOCH, William R. (I3647)
 
9940 William B. Moore
Birth: Nov. 23, 1832
Death: May 24, 1878


Family links:
Children:
Sarah Alice Moore Smith (1856 - 1897)*

Spouse:
Sarah Jane Sartin Moore (1832 - 1924)*

Burial:
Kees Family Cemetery
Lincoln County
Mississippi, USA

Created by: ~Denise~
Record added: Oct 11, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 22099563


 
MOORE, William Burgess (I641)
 
9941 William Carey was the second son of Thomas Carey (1479-1536), of Chilton Foliat in Wiltshire, and his wife, Margaret Spencer.
On February 4, 1520, he was married to Mary Boleyn, daughter of Thomas Boleyn, 1st Earl of Wiltshire and his wife, Lady Elizabeth Howard. Shortly after their marriage, Mary became the mistress of King Henry VIII . The Boleyns received grants of land, and Carey himself profited from his wife's unfaithfulness, being granted manors and estates by the King while it was in progress. Carey was also a noted art collector and he introduced the famed Dutch artist, Lucas van Horenbolte, to the Kingdom of England in the mid-1520s .
Anne Boleyn, Mary's younger sister, caught Henry's eye a year after his affair with Mary ended. Henry proposed marriage to her in 1527. William Carey did not live to enjoy his sister-in-law's prosperity, since he died of the sweating sickness in that same year. He died greatly in debt, and his wife was reduced to pawning her jewelery before Anne Boleyn arranged a small pension for her. 
CAREY, William Lord Hudson (I29132)
 
9942 William de Mowbray
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
William de Mowbray
Coat of arms of William de Mowbray, Lord of Axholme Castle.png
Arms of William de Mowbray, Lord of Axholme Castle
Born c.?1173[1]
Thirsk[2]
Died c.?1224 [1]
Axholme
Resting place Newburgh Priory
Title Fourth Baron Montbray
Nationality English
Wars and battles First Barons' War
Battle of Lincoln (1217)
Successor Roger II de Mowbray
Spouse(s) Agnes
Issue Nigel, Roger
Parents Nigel de Mowbray, Mabel de Clare
William de Mowbray (c.?1173–c.?1222) was an English noble, and one of the twenty five executors of the Magna Carta. He was described as being as small as a dwarf but very generous and valiant.[3]

Family and early life
William was the eldest of the one daughter and three or four sons of Nigel de Mowbray, by Mabel, thought to be daughter of William de Patri, and grandson of Roger de Mowbray.[1]

Career under Richard I
William appears to have been in the company of Richard I in Speyer, Germany, on 20 November 1193 during Richard's period of captivity on his return from Palestine.[2] In 1194 he had livery of his lands. paying a relief of £100. He was immediately called upon to pay a sum nearly as large as his share of the scutage levied towards Richard's ransom, for the payment of which he was one of the hostages.[4] William was later a witness to Richard's treaty with Baldwin of Flanders in 1197.[2]

Career under John
In 1215 Mowbray was prominent with other north-country barons in opposing King John. He was appointed one of the twenty-five executors of the Magna Carta, and as such was specially named among those excommunicated by Pope Innocent III. His youngest brother, Roger, has sometimes been reckoned as one of the twenty-five, apparently by confusion with, or as a substitute for, Roger de Mumbezon. Roger died without heirs about 1218, and William received his lands.[4][5]

Career under Henry III
In the First Barons' War, Mowbray supported Louis. Mowbray was taken prisoner in the Battle of Lincoln (1217), and his estates bestowed upon William Marshal the younger; but he redeemed them by the surrender of the lordship of Bensted in Surrey to Hubert de Burgh, before the general restoration in September of that year.[4]

In January 1221, Mowbray assisted Hubert in driving his former co-executor, William of Aumâle, from his last stronghold at Bytham in Lincolnshire.[4]

Benefactor, marriage and succession[edit]
William de Mowbray founded the chapel of St. Nicholas, with a chantry, at Thirsk, and was a benefactor of his grandfather's foundations at Furness Abbey and Newburgh, where, on his death in Axholme about 1224, he was buried.[4][2]

He is said to have married Avice, a daughter of William d'Aubigny, 3rd Earl of Arundel, of the elder branch of the d'Aubignys. By her he had two sons, Nigel and Roger. The ‘Progenies Moubraiorum’ makes Nigel predecease his father, and Nicolas and Courthope accept this date; but Dugdale adduces documentary evidence showing that he had livery of his lands in 1223, and did not die (at Nantes) until 1228. As Nigel left no issue by his wife Mathilda or Maud, daughter of Roger de Camvile, he was succeeded as sixth baron by his brother Roger II, who only came of age in 1240, and died in 1266. This Roger's son, Roger III, was seventh baron (1266-1298) and father of John I de Mowbray, eighth baron.[4] 
DE MOWBRAY, Sir William Baron of Axholme (I50911)
 
9943 William E Knight was twin to Thomas Jeferson Knight

1880 Census Jasper County, Mississippi Dist 111enumerated 5 June 1880 Lists: Thos Knught age 19 farmer, wife Mary E. 26 ; They live next door to A. T. Welborne 55, wife Leon 47, Joseph 16, Alfair (f) 14, S. Jane 7, 
KNIGHT, Thomas Jefferson (twin) (I3315)
 
9944 William Elisha "Lish" King
Birth: Nov. 4, 1894
Death: Dec. 17, 1970


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Parents:
Hardy King (1868 - 1942)
Laura Walker King (1875 - 1928)

Spouse:
Maggie M. Ballard King (1895 - 1992)*

Children:
Dewey King (1918 - 2008)*
Tera King Griffith (1920 - 2007)*

*Calculated relationship


Burial:
New Hope Cemetery
Monticello
Lawrence County
Mississippi, USA

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Record added: Oct 23, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 79151431


 
KING, William Elisha (I716)
 
9945 William Elisha "Lish" King
Birth: Nov. 4, 1894
Death: Dec. 17, 1970

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Parents:
Hardy King (1868 - 1942)
Laura Walker King (1875 - 1928)

Spouse:
Maggie M. Ballard King (1895 - 1992)*

Children:
Dewey King (1918 - 2008)*
Tera King Griffith (1920 - 2007)*

*Calculated relationship


Burial:
New Hope Cemetery
Monticello
Lawrence County
Mississippi, USA

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Created by: Amy Hogan
Record added: Oct 23, 2011
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KING, William Elisha (I716)
 
9946 William Ezra Allred was born 25 October 1880 at St. Charles, Idaho. He was the 5th child born to Marvin Adelbert and Amanda Jane Bird Allred. He had two older living sisters: Angelia Amanda born 26 May 1872 and Effie Jane born 27 April 1876. A brother Marvin Delbert born 15 November 1874 died 29 January 1875. A baby girl unnamed was born and died 3 April 1878. William Ezra was born next; then his brothers Parley Leon born 24 July 1884 and Lester Adelbert born 14 September 1888. These 7 children were born in St. Charles, Idaho. After they moved to Paris, a baby boy unnamed was born and died 13 August 1896.
My grandfather, Marvin Adelbert Allred, married Caroline Jensen in polygamy. Their children were Beulah, Guy, Bates, Norma, Ariel, Karma, Ila and a stillborn baby boy. They were half brothers and half sisters to my father. Bates was killed when he was a young man. He jumped into a pile of hay and struck a pitchfork. The tines of the fork went into his body and killed him.
Father married Elizabeth (Libbie) Wallentine 7 November 1900 in the Logan Temple. Seven children were born to this union: Fenton Reel born 4 June 1901 married Sybil Sparks 23 December 1925; Ezra Wayne born 27 November 1902 married Molly Phelps 11 December 1927; Fern born 8 July 1904 married Thomas Cheney 1 June 1927; Lasca Elizabeth born 10 October 1906 married Wendell Stucki 30 November 1928; Ruby born 30 November 1908 died 14 January 1909; Opal born 28 May 1911 married Marion Ward 18 January 1933; Lark born 4 July 1917 married Ben Bateman 4 June 1941.
I remember my father from the time I was about 4 years old. He was a kind man and really loved his children. He was rather strict and I'm sure this made us grow up to be useful citizens. He loved and cared for our mother all their married life. I don't ever remember hearing them have a serious quarrel.
He often chose me to help him with the farm work. He loved horses and always had a really good saddle horse. He had a pony for me to ride to take and get the cows from the pasture. When I was quite young, I helped with the haying by driving the ricker horse. He knew the sun bothered me and he would always have the horse pullout to the north so I could get in the shade of the haystack.
All the girls drove the ricker horse when they were old enough starting with Fern, then Lasca, Opal and Lark. Taking cows to the pasture and driving ricker horse were the only jobs on the ranch he had his girls do. Lark only drove the ricker horse a short time. Dad decided to drive the ricker horse and keep the hay cleaned out from under the ricker and around the stack. He hired another man to take his place on the push rake.
Dad did very little stacking. He said his legs were too short and it was difficult for him to move around in the haystack.
Dad and Fenton would each ride a push rake and Wayne would ride a mower. Dad hired one other man to ride a push rake, 2 men to ride mowers with Wayne, 2 men to stack the hay and 2 boys to rake. The hay crew usually consisted of 11 people including the one who drove the ricker horse.
One year I helped drive the cattle up Montpelier Canyon to summer pasture. He was always kind and thoughtful of me. Later in life I cooked for the hay men down on the ranch. He was a kind and generous man. He and mother would take us to Montpelier and go to Barrett's and buy really nice clothes for us. We sometimes ate at the cafe which was a treat for us.
Sometimes in the winter we went in the sleigh with the horses and hot rocks Mother had heated in the oven to keep us warm.
Mother never knew when we were going to have company to eat or stay a night or two. Dad would find people in need of food or a place to stay and bring them home. Once the John Michaelsons from St. Charles had a boy get shot. Dad brought the boy's mother and nurse home to stay with us while the boy was in the hospital. The boy later died. Mother and Dad did not charge them for board and room.
Once when I was in high school, Mother and Dad took Lark and me to Salt Lake. Dad loved picture shows. We went to 3 each day and ate 3 meals a day to a cafe and then a snack of ice cream or root beer on the way back to the hotel rooms after the last show. We had a room for Lark and me and one for Mother and Dad. We really had fun!
Dad used to drive over to Cub River by Preston in the fall and load the car with apples, plums, prunes, tomatoes, melons and cantaloupes. At first we went in the white topped buggy, but later year's we went in the car. Dad would get so much fruit he was afraid he was overloading the car. Then he would say, "Oh well, we can eat part of it on the way home so it won't be such a heavy load."
Christmas was always a very special time at our house. Dad bought many nice gifts for all of his family and especially for Mother.
Dad always bought 5 lbs. of candy for Christmas. He would go down to F.T. Shepherd's Store (now called Bear Lake Valley Market) on Christmas Eve and buy the candy. He kept the candy in the clothes closet in his bedroom. At night after supper he would bring out the candy. The 5 lbs. always lasted us through the holidays. We always felt we had a lot of candy for Christmas.
Dad was an honest, trustworthy person and always dealt fairly with everyone.
One Fourth of July Mother had made ice cream and fixed a dinner to take to Bear Lake. Our car was at the garage being repaired. They had assured Dad it would be fixed by the 4th but it wasn't. We children were really disappointed. Dad couldn't stand to see us disappointed so he rented a car from the garage (Findlay's Garage) and hired the fellow at the garage to drive it and take us all to the lake. The rule was that one but the garage people could drive their cars. I think it cost Dad $5.00 and that was a big sum of money in those days.
My parents were very poor in the early years of their marriage. Mother has told me how she would fix oatmeal for Dad for breakfast early in the morning. Then he would go to the canyon to get wood burn in the stoves to keep them warm in the winter. All he would have for lunch was sandwiches made with preserves. He wouldn't get home until late at night. For supper she fixed side pork and potatoes. She wondered how he could work so hard and have so little to eat.
When Dad was about 26 years old, he was riding on the running gears of a wagon going north on Main Street. The horses became frightened and ran away. Dad wound up in the ditch down on the corner by Uncle Rob Wallentine's. When he came to, he said his leg was resting up by his head. He thought, "My leg doesn't belong there." He took hold of it and threw it down. The pain then was terrific. Neighbors and friends carried him home. His leg was broken in the hip. Anesthetics were just coming into use. His mother didn't want Dad to have an anesthetic so several men held Dad down while the doctor set his leg. It was a trying experience to get Dad's leg set. Grandma Allred felt so bad and said it looked as if all her boys were going to be crippled. Her son Parley had lost part of his foot when he was trying to catch a ride on a train. He had a wooden leg and a limp.
Dad lay in bed for 9 months and the leg hadn't started to heal. Finally the doctor decided there was some cartilage between the bones that prevented them from growing together. The doctor twisted the leg to get the cartilage out of the way. When it did grow together, one bone overlapped the other so one leg was shorter than the other. Dad limped the rest of his life. He suffered much pain in that leg from then on.
This was a very trying time for Mother and Dad. Dad could not work and there was no income. When he was able, he went on crutches to the meat market where he would stand with his crutches and grind the meat for sausage and hamburger with a hand grinder. Sometimes the butcher would give Dad some sausage or hamburger to take home for supper.
Dad raised wheat on the dry farm north of Paris. He would take some of the wheat to the Paris Flour Mill in Paris Canyon and have it made into flour for his own use. He sold the rest of the wheat to the mill. The flour the mill made was called Turkey Red. We would store the flour in the basement or in one of the upstairs' closets. Dad used to give a sack of flour to some of the widows in Paris and to someone who was having a hard time making a living.
Dad gave each of his girls (Fern and Lasca) a cow as a wedding present. He had died when I married so Mother gave me a cow to carry on the tradition Dad had started.
I remember the last time I talked with Dad. I was staying with Lasca and Wendell in Logan and going to college there. Dad and Mother came to visit. They were leaving to go back home just as it was time for me to go to classes. Dad said, ''I'II give you a ride up the hill to the college." As I got out of the car, I had a feeling of sadness come over me as Dad drove away. That was the last time I saw him in good health. He died from a stroke 3 November 1930, a little more than a week after his 50th birthday. 
ALLRED, William Ezra (I61131)
 
9947 William F Shawcroft emegrated to Utah with William S. Warren Company in 1864, this is while the United States Civil War was being fought. This was the time of the over and back boys in which young unmarried men would drive wagons fron Utah to an outfitting point close to the Missouri River and help transport emegrants. Wuilliam was accompanied by Wife Ann Hunt 35, children John 17, Ruth 12, Sarah Ann 10, William Frederick 8 and Harriet 6. The company outfitted in Wyoming, Nebraska close to the Missouri River and started 21 Jul and arrived in Salt Lake City 4 oct 1864. There were 434 in the company and about 65 wagons. SHAWCROFT, William F. (I32428)
 
9948 William fought at the battle of Fodden KNOX, William (I26265)
 
9949 William Franklin "Bill" Ballard
Birth: Mar. 28, 1875
Death: Aug. 20, 1933

Family links:
Parents:
Simeon Ballard
Marry Reid Ballard (1847 - 1914)

Spouse:
Josephine Lambert Ballard (1890 - 1978)

Children:
Lillie Mae Ballard Lambert (1906 - 2000)*
Annie Ballard McGrew (1908 - 1960)*
Archie Field Ballard (1910 - ____)*
Isabell Ballard Thames (1913 - 1973)*
Infant Ballard (1918 - 1918)*
Mary Marie Ballard Fuller (1919 - 2003)*
Katherine B. Boyd (1924 - 2010)*
Nora Mae Ballard Bardwell (1927 - 1962)*
Marce Ballard (1930 - 1931)*

*Calculated relationship


Burial:
New Hope Cemetery
Monticello
Lawrence County
Mississippi, USA

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BALLARD, William Franklin (I701)
 
9950 William Gordon H. Hammond
Birth: Nov. 10, 1810
Death: Aug. 11, 1893


Family links:
Parents:
Benjamin Christopher Hammond (1784 - 1853)
Mary Rhoads Cooper Hammond (1787 - 1864)

Spouse:
Mary Ann Tyner Hammond (1815 - 1879)

Children:
William Gordon Hammond (1845 - 1871)*

*Calculated relationship


Burial:
Old Hammond Cemetery
Holly Springs (Marion County)
Marion County
Mississippi, USA

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Record added: Jul 26, 2010
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HAMMOND, William Gordon H (I794)
 

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