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201 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1)
202 Born Eilev Ellingsen Flaam.  Wilson, Ellef (I300)
203 Born Elling; took the name Ellis Wilson, Ellis (I409)
204 Born Hattie she used the name Harriet. Keeler, Hattie M. B. (I1117)
205 Born in Winfield Scott Basset House near Douglas. Ottman, Nellie Marion (I94)
206 Born Ivar and took the name Edward. Wilson, Edward (I299)
207 Born Massachusetts or Vermont Willard, Mary B. (I398)
208 Born Sena Oleson, her family adopted the surname Otterness before 1880.  Otterness, Sena Louise (I366)
209 Born Willem Ottman, William (I167)
210 Bowen says "prob. b. Newbury Oct 12, 1666/7".  Pike, Sarah (I1810)
211 Buried beside Abigail Simmons, his mother-in-law [see Ruth Stebbins' History]. Beach, Urial Julius (I462)
212 by Isaac Sheldon, Justice Family F49
213 by Robert Dixson, J.P. Family F721
214 Calculated death date by adding length of marriage (36 years, 1900 US Census) to year of marriage. Smith, Catherine Emma (I1075)
215 Calculated from age at death. Phelps, Jedediah (I1234)
216 Calculated from gravestone information. Morse, Margaret Jane (I1335)
217 Calculated from gravestone. Shue, Maria (I1279)
218 Calculated from gravestone. Knapp, Susannah (I2066)
219 Called Edwin in a biosketch of his son Willis. Phelps, Edmund D. (I1248)
220 Called Kendrick in census and land records but Hendrick in a newspaper article featuring Kendrick's daughter Linda (see document below). The latter adds force to the idea that Kendrick is the same person as the Hendricks, a son of Ebenezer, named by Phoenix and discussed by Keeler. The letters H and K written by hand in the 19th century are sometimes easily confused.  Keeler, Kendrick (I1512)
221 Calulated from death record. Mills, Pelatiah Jr. (I2056)
222 Came to Stillwater [Minnesota] in 1868. Member of territorial Legislature in 1849 and 1851. A man well educated and highly esteemed. Trask, Sylvanus (I220)
223 Caroline appears in the 1850 US Census for Erin, Stephenson, Illinois married to John J. Wilson (John I. Wilson in William Tanner , Sr. of South Kingstown, Rhode Island and His Descendants (the Tanner book) with a daughter Cornelia. The daughter's name was actually Ruth Amelia.

Although the Tanner book says that Levi Lucas died in 1883, he is not listed in the household in the 1870 US Census. Caroline is listed first followed by her children Ruth (19), Alice (7) and Adelbert (4). Alice is listed in the Tanner book as Alta Eudora.

In the 1880 Census Caroline was living in Oneco, Stephenson, Illinois, with her daughter Ruth who has married Thomas Werkheiser. Caroline's 14 y.o. son Charles Adelbert is also in the household.

In the 1900 US Census Caroline is living by herself in Orangeville, Oneco Twp., Stephenson, Illinois in her own, unmortgaged house. 
Tanner, Caroline (I205)
224 Cause of death: Apoplexy
Days of illness: 8 
Keeler, David (I1507)
225 Cause of death: Apoplexy, cerebral. Attended deceased from Jan 23 to Jan 30, 1913.  States, Mary Ann (I1083)
226 Cause of death: Apoplexy, cerebral. Been failing for past three years. Contributory: Had stroke 3 yrs ago. Attended deceased from Jan 19th to Jan 30.  Orsborn (Osborn), Enos Cole (I451)
227 Cause of death: Dysentery
Days of illness: 14 
Beach, Urial Julius (I462)
228 Cause of death: Erysipelas. Keeler, Benjamin (I1539)
229 Cause of death: Influenza Jecks, Enos Osborn (I1094)
230 Cause of death: Lung fever Frost, Abraham (I1529)
231 Cause of death: Pneumonia Martin, Zerviah Hyde (I64)
232 Cemetery is presumed from death certificate which gave place of burial as Newaygo County. There is a Civil War memorial to her husband Roswell in the North Ensley Cemetery, but no headstone for Julia.  Nellis, Julia A (I995)
233 Census data shows the following: In 1851 she was 15 and living with her family; she was listed as Sophia. In 1861 Zerviah was living in her parents home with her son Walter but without her husband. In 1871 she is listed as widowed, and she and her son Walter were living with her sister Elizabeth Scott. In 1881 she was living in her son Walter's household as was her father. In 1900 she was listed as Zithira and was living with Sarah and John Kellogg (niece and nephew) in Bloomfield, Oakland, Michigan, along with her sister Elizabeth. The census says she immigrated to the US in 1800.  Martin, Zerviah Hyde (I64)
234 Census was for the Town of Jericho, which was renamed Bainbridge in 1814  Hyde, Daniel (I37)
235 Certificate in file. Martin, Kenneth Tanner (I78)
236 Chamberlain, Frederick B -- Beach, Laura A., 1852 Nov 2
Herman Safford, Minister
Family F171
237 Chancy D. Martin to Letitia A.C. King both of Oxford by license. Wit: David Smiley, Henry Carroll, Salmon King, Calvin Martin, H.T. Martin. Marriage performed by James Ingersol, Justice of the Peace.  Family F359
238 Child: Lucile, b 19 Jul 1904 Becker County, certid# DC-01271
Rudolph J and Mary Maier living in Minneapolis at 2214 NE Lincoln. He was clerk M&StL RR (1930 city directory)
Dexter, Mary (May, Mamie) (I705)
239 Christened at Ascension Church. McPherson, William Butler (I354)
240 Clara owned the bible containing the David Keeler Bible Record when the record was published. Keeler, Clara N. (I1546)
241 Cleoden was living with his parents in in Blenheim, Oxford, Ontario in 1851, and 1861 (Canada Census). He immigrated to the United States in 1869 and was working as a surveyor in Stillwater, Washington, Minnesota in 1870 (US Census). He married in 1873 and was farming in Polk County, Iowa where he remained until after 1900 (US Censuses). In 1910 he was farming in Laramie County, Wyoming (US Census). His wife continued to live there after his death.  Martin, Cleoden T. (I66)
242 Cleveland says no record of her death exists but that she probably died before 8 May 1682. Winn, Ann (I1837)
243 Cleveland says probably Canterbury. Paine, Abigail (I575)
244 Cleveland says probably Ipswich. Cleaveland (Cleveland), Moses (Moyses) (I1836)
245 Confirmation card Knapp, Flora Frances (I22)
246 Confirmation certificate in file. Martin, Kenneth Tanner (I78)
247 Connecticut birth record (Barbour Collection) says birth year was 1766 but Mary Shaw Greene says that it was 1765.  Robinson, Asenath (I389)
248 Corabel was an artist, and a few of her paintings survive in the family.  Lee, Corabel (I1634)
249 Cothren in his "History of Ancient Woodbury" discusses the origins of William Seaborn Martin. The idea that he was the son of Lt. Samuel Martin and Phoebe Bracey and born at sea was a strong family tradition, but he found no conclusive evidence that the tradition was factual.

Cothren had William Seaborn married to Abigail Curtis, but Maud Latham and others have William married to Abigail Nicholls. 
Martin, William Seaborn (I33)
250 Cothren in his "History of Ancient Woodbury" says that Abigail Curtis was about 14 years old when she married and she had their first child when she was 20.

Hay in his "Maartin Genealogy" says that William Seaborn married Abigail Nichols. 
Curtis, Abigail (I34)

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