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51551 William Wilmont Estabrooks married Jerusha, daughter of Samuel Newcomb of Cornwallis, N.S. In 1828 he received a grant of Lot 11 in the sixth tier at Payson Lake in the Parish of Wakefield, Carleton County, New Brunswick. They had a son, William Wilmont Jr., born in the Parish of Wakefield, Jan. 24, 1827, and died in Chicago, Cook County, Illinois. ESTABROOKS, William Wilmot Sr. (I55396)
 
51552 William Wilson Cairns (B), Georgina H. Darby (S), married 14 Feb. 1860 by license, by Robt. S. Patterson, Minister. Witnesses Benjamin Darby & James Darby. Family: William Wilson CAIRNS / Georgiana Helen DARBY (F822)
 
51553 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I19222)
 
51554 William Wright /B/ and Sarah Schurman /S/ both of Bedeque, by Major Hooper Esq., J.P. Family: William WRIGHT / Sarah Bremble SCHURMAN (F2156)
 
51555 William's estate inventory dated 1590 includes the name Raffe (interchangeable with Ralph and Radulphus) Whewall. WAYWALL, William (I94945)
 
51556 William's father, Joseph, was a farmer in Collin, Parish of Torthorwald. HETHERINGTON, William James (I98393)
 
51557 William, Duke of Normandy, the victor at Hastings. GODWINE, Harold II (I95598)
 
51558 William, his wife Susanna (who was seven months pregnant with Peregrine) and Resolved White emigrated from Southampton, England to Plymouth, Mass. on the ship Mayflower. He was one of the original forty-one signers of the Mayflower Compact. A number of speculations have been made as to the parentage of William, though no conclusive evidence has been presented. William and his two servants (William Holbeck and Edward Thompson) died shortly after the ship landed. WHITE, William (I7967)
 
51559 William, Mary and Marcus (son by her first marriage) emigrated from New York, on the ship Commerce with the Loyalist Fleet, landing at Saint John, New Brunswick. After obtaining land grants, they settled in Hampstead, further up the Saint John River. Marcus, his mother and stepfather settled back of Long Island, on the farm now owned and occupied by his grandson, David Palmer. (Extracted from 'History of Queen's County, N.B.' by E. Stone Wiggins, 1876, page 46.). Marcus seems to have moved to the St. John River where he settled near Long Island. (Extracted from The Journal, Saint John, N.B. year unkown); Loyalist Lineages of Canada, Vol. 1, pg. 629, and Vol. 2, pg. 1044-1046. There is a painting of the Loyalist Fleet, as well as the landing at Saint John, at the Canadian Heritage Gallery at the National Archives of Canada in Ottawa. LAWRENCE, William (I1288)
 
51560 William, Mary and Marcus (son by her first marriage) emigrated from New York, on the ship Commerce with the Loyalist Fleet, landing at Saint John, New Brunswick. After obtaining land grants, they settled in Hampstead, further up the Saint John River. Marcus, his mother and stepfather settled back of Long Island, on the farm now owned and occupied by his grandson, David Palmer. (Extracted from 'History of Queen's County, N.B.' by E. Stone Wiggins, 1876, page 46.). Marcus seems to have moved to the St. John River where he settled near Long Island. (Extracted from The Journal, Saint John, N.B. year unkown); Loyalist Lineages of Canada, Vol. 1, pg. 629, and Vol. 2, pg. 1044-1046. There is a painting of the Loyalist Fleet, as well as the landing at Saint John, at the Canadian Heritage Gallery at the National Archives of Canada in Ottawa. ?, Mary (I1289)
 
51561 William, Mary and Marcus (son by her first marriage) emigrated from New York, on the ship Commerce with the Loyalist Fleet, landing at Saint John, New Brunswick. After obtaining land grants, they settled in Hampstead, further up the Saint John River. Marcus, his mother and stepfather settled back of Long Island, on the farm now owned and occupied by his grandson, David Palmer. (Extracted from 'History of Queen's County, N.B.' by E. Stone Wiggins, 1876, page 46.). Marcus seems to have moved to the St. John River where he settled near Long Island. (Extracted from The Journal, Saint John, N.B. year unkown); Loyalist Lineages of Canada, Vol. 1, pg. 629, and Vol. 2, pg. 1044-1046. There is a painting of the Loyalist Fleet, as well as the landing at Saint John, at the Canadian Heritage Gallery at the National Archives of Canada in Ottawa. PALMER, Marcus Sr. (I180)
 
51562 William, Mary and Marcus (son by her first marriage) emigrated from New York, on the ship Commerce with the Loyalist Fleet, landing at Saint John, New Brunswick. After obtaining land grants, they settled in Hampstead, further up the Saint John River. Marcus, his mother and stepfather settled back of Long Island, on the farm now owned and occupied by his grandson, David Palmer. (Extracted from 'History of Queen's County, N.B.' by E. Stone Wiggins, 1876, page 46.). Marcus seems to have moved to the St. John River where he settled near Long Island. (Extracted from The Journal, Saint John, N.B. year unkown); Loyalist Lineages of Canada, Vol. 1, pg. 629, and Vol. 2, pg. 1044-1046. There is a painting of the Loyalist Fleet, as well as the landing at Saint John, at the Canadian Heritage Gallery at the National Archives of Canada in Ottawa. LAWRENCE, William (I1288)
 
51563 William, Millie provided by Mary Doyle, Daniel Devault. Other data from Nancy Matthew's webpage. Birth dates from 1850 census Benton County Tennessee. Census includes in William's household Calvin b,1828 and Lettice b. 1812 who are not mentioned elsewhere. Jeri Fulz, a descendant of William, lists Calvin MARCHBANKS, William (I3164)
 
51564 William, son of John Lawless, was born at Bristol, Rhode Island, about1730-35. He married Mrs. Rebecca Dyer, June 21, 1761, at Bristol. Thetitle of Mrs. did not then indicate a widow, but was like Mr., a title ofhonor. William settled in Bristol, and in 1774 he was the only head offamily in Rhode Island of the name Lawless. He then had in his family oneson and one daughter under sixteen and himself and wife. His son Williamdied January 1, 1762, and another child died June 28, 1771, aged twoyears. His only surviving son appears to be John. LAWLESS, William (I81610)
 
51565 William, the eldest son succeeded at Wimpstone, whilst his younger brother John inherited only a small portion of his father's estates. FORTESCUE, William of Wimpstone (I74012)
 
51566 Williams and Charles Petzloff had the following children: +71 i. Albert A. Petzloff. +72 ii. James Petzloff. +73 iii. Elsie Petzloff. +74 iv. Cynthia Petzloff. +75 v. Mary Petzloff. PETZLOFF, Charles (I62395)
 
51567 Willie E. Coy was one of eight children born to Harvey and Mary (Hoben) Coy. Willie died before Grenfell had a cemetery and was buried at St. Andrews yard about 14 miles south of Grenfell, Saskatchewan,Canada COY, William E. (I5910)
 
51568 Willie lived at Kenosha Wisc. Obit of Eugene Goodwin. Corey lineage states his birthdate as Sept 12 1869. GOODWIN, William (I86176)
 
51569 Willim James 'Bill' Casewell operated a chicken farm in British Columbia,but his flock was wiped out with Newcastle Disease. He then enlisted inthe army and became an electrician. After the war he worked at Kitimat,British Columbia, installing electrical equipment. He also helped to putthe copper roofing on the Bessbough Hotel in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan,Canada. Bill was not married. This account is stated in the book -- 'GRIT and GROWTH, the STORY ofGRENFELL', by Annie I. Yule, Published 1970, see edition 1970 page 9, and1980 edition page 12. CASWELL, William James 'Bill' (I48029)
 
51570 Willis's father, Charles, was the informant for this late registration of birth, recorded at Gagetown 14 October 1925, certificate #802720. WASSON, Willis Colby (I73658)
 
51571 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I56990)
 
51572 Wilmot was a bachelor living in Albany (Prince County), Hazel was a spinster living in Crapaud (Queens County). Family: Wilmot S. LARGE / Hazel M. SIMMONS (F29164)
 
51573 Wilson line from Perry P Wilson Osmer Wilson & *Hannah Wilson Charles Wilson & Lovisa Osborn Barzilla Wilson & Silence Cutler Jonathan Wilson & Loice Hosmer Ebenezer Wilson & Ann ( ??) James Wilson & 1/Deborah Pierce John Wilson & Hannah James from Scrooby England to Boston MA 1651 *Hannah Wilson's line Jonas Wilson & Mary Starr John Wilson & Sarah Hughes Thomas Wilson & Abigail Whitmore James Wilson & 2/Margaret Peters John Wilson & Hannah James REF: 10 Generations from William & Mary Dyer by Lelia Morse Wilson 1949 pg 60 WILSON, Perry Potter (I75556)
 
51574 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I48198)
 
51575 Winfield's mother died when he was only thirteen and sometime after that the family moved to New Ulm, MN. We do not know if Winfield graduated from high school in Binghamton before the family removed to New Ulm or afterward, or even if he graduated from high school at all. It is not known if his older brother, Ward, also went to New Ulm. Probably he did not. Winfield had left New Ulm and was working in St. Paul, MN, in 1917when the United States entered the war in Europe, eventually to be known as 'The Great War' and then 'World War I'. Soon thereafter he joined the U.S. Army and was assigned to Battery 'C' of the 151st Field Artillery inthe famous Rainbow Division. He said that he had fought in every major battle of the war except one during which he was hospitalized for treatment of an injury resulting from a mustard-gas bomb explosion. After the war, sometime in the early Twenties, Winfield took a job for a chain-store firm named The Burg Company. He traveled about South Dakota, Minnesota, and Wisconsin opening the firm's new stores and operating them until a permanent manager could be found. In 1933 he moved from Portage, Wisconsin to Sauk Centre, Minnesota to open another new 'Burg Store’. During the Great Depression the Burg Company became bankrupt but Winfield continued as manager of the store, now renamed a 'Ben Franklin Store, under a new owner. He remained in Sauk Center as a prominent citizen who was actively involved with civic affairs. At some point during his residency there he was able to purchase the store which he sold upon his retirement and removed to Rapid City, SD, where he and his wife lived in and operated a small apartment building they had built near Canyon Lake. Managing the apartments eventually became too difficult for Winfield’s age so he and Florence sold out and removed to Longmont, Colorado to be near their son David and family. Winfield died there in his sleep one night of a cerebral hemorrhage and was buried at Fort Logan National Cemetery. Florence, his steadfast partner and a wise woman of great wit and charm, stayed in Longmont a while and then moved to Green Valley, Arizona when her son David and Julie and family moved there. She died in Tucson, Arizona of a fall downstairs and was also buried at Fort Logan. GALLUP, Winfield Dyer (I81442)
 
51576 Winfred was a bachelor, living in Hamilton, Prince County. Annie Pearl was a spinster, living in Spring Valley, Prince County. Family: Winfred L. RAMSAY / Annie Pearl DUGGAN (F27285)
 
51577 WING KELLEY5Wallbridge (Elijah,4 Zebulon,3 William,2 Henry1) Hannah Brady was his 2nd wife. WALLBRIDGE, Wing Kelley (I81255)
 
51578 Winnie died within a year after marriage at the age of twenty. Family: William H. PENTZ / Winnie Bertha SCHURMAN (F15442)
 
51579 Winnie Steeves was 15 at the 1891 census. STEEVES, Winnie (I7825)
 
51580 Winnie was a twin and she did not marry. She trained at the Prince Edward Island hospital, Charlottetown, and received her R.N. in 1911. She was overseas in World War 1, nursing in England, France and Belgium. She went to the USA in 1921 and nursed in Cleveland, New York, and Boston. She retired in 1960 and lived, 1971, at 333 Lefurgey Ave., Summerside, Prince Edward Island. SCHURMAN, Winnifred Dobson (I14424)
 
51581 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I59478)
 
51582 Winnifred Drane of Memphis is descended from Joel Dean Jr. See file 'Drane,' DEAN, Joel Jr. (I4174)
 
51583 Winnifred Frances Wiggins, daughter of Charles Wiggins and Mayme AgnesYork, was born 5 mar 1907 in Spokane, Spokane County, Washington, U.S.A.,and married 31 may 1927, Howard Paul Brown who was born 10 Aug 1908 inEnid, Garfield county, Oklahoma, U.S.A. They later divorced. 2 children were born of this marriage. She also married 15 Nov 1946, John Frances Berry who was born 19 Aug 1908in Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz County, California, U.S.A. No children of this marriage in these records. Winnifred was the family genealogist. She had an interest in berries andhad 'good' antiques. WIGGINS, Winnifred Frances (I62883)
 
51584 Winston McCullough, son of Edmond Ernest McCullough and Doris Stanton.Living in Westport, Digby Co., NS in 1988. MCCULLOUGH, Winston (I63326)
 
51585 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I54685)
 
51586 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I60648)
 
51587 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I60649)
 
51588 with his wife and family he sailed to Shelburne, Nova Scotia. He eventually left there with William Schurman and settled in North Bedeque, Prince Edward Island. WRIGHT, William (I9397)
 
51589 with his wife and family he sailed to Shelburne, Nova Scotia. He eventually left there with William Schurman and settled in North Bedeque, Prince Edward Island. WRIGHT, William (I9397)
 
51590 With James went his wife & family, Ann, Nicholas, Christopher and James Source (S347)
 
51591 with Josiah Winslow's family when Josiah made his will naming half-brothers Resolved and Peregrine White. WHITE, William (I96034)
 
51592 with Josiah Winslow's family when Josiah made his will naming half-brothers Resolved and Peregrine White. WHITE, William (I96034)
 
51593 with the Army, 5th Canadian Mounted Rifles (Quebec Regiment). CAMPBELL, Archibald Preston (I37978)
 
51594 with the North Nova Highlanders in 1940. He went overseas in May 1941, serving in the European War Zone. He was discharged in 1945. WALKER, Sheldon Alfred (I97518)
 
51595 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I97500)
 
51596 with their young family SYMONDS, Mary (I106439)
 
51597 with their young family WINSLOW, Edward (I106437)
 
51598 with their young family WINSLOW, Daniel Murray (I106440)
 
51599 with their young family WINSLOW, Mary (I106441)
 
51600 with their young family WINSLOW, Thomas Aston Coffin (I106442)
 

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