Powell-Ranney Family

The Family History of Edes Lawrence Powell

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201 Their memorial stone at Saint James Cemetery in Toronto notes that they are both buried at Bucklebury, Berkshire, England, CHEWETT, William Cameron (I3564)
 
202 Theirs was the first marriage recorded in Marlborough. Family F908
 
203 There is no definite proof that Zachariah was a son of Benjamn Crispe, but his presence in Groton suggests it. He led a turbulant life. (See Davis, p. 321 for a discussion.) CRISP, Zacariah (I1677)
 
204 This birth is recorded as Hannah, perhaps a twin of Mary. STONE, Mary (I190)
 
205 This is the earliest marriage found in the Watertown town records. Family F359
 
206 This was Jonas' 4th marriage. Family F374
 
207 This was the first marriage recorded in Watertown. Family F474
 
208 This was the third of Elizabeth's four marriages (see Bond Watertown, p. 93) and Great Migration, 1634-1635, p. 395. Family F502
 
209 Thomas and his wife both died at about the same time and are buried in the same grave. FARMER, Thomas (I2230)
 
210 Thomas Fletcher went to sea and perhaps never returned. Family F320
 
211 Thomas Livermore's signature in in Bond's Watertown, p. 342 LIVERMORE, Dea. Thomas (I1111)
 
212 Thomas may have returned to England after this date. FARMER, Thomas (I2218)
 
213 Thomas Pig "had a fall & a bruise on his back, which hurt his kidneys & not carefully cured they utterly wasted away & many other of his entrails." PIDGE, Thomas (I4982)
 
214 Thomas Spencer removed from Cambridge to Hartford by 1639. SPENCER, Thomas (I4421)
 
215 Thomas Stearns m/2 in 1713 LAWRENCE, Judith (I1014)
 
216 Undoubtedly named for Francis Rawn Shunk, governor of Pennsylvania (1845-1848). WILSON, Dr. Francis Shunk (I62)
 
217 unmarried JOHNSON, Katherine (I4617)
 
218 VR death says: "Jonathan Hayward, his cart being laden wth wood, oversetting, pinched his body against a tree whereof after a day or two he dyed, Ano, 89" HAYWARD, Jonathan (I3190)
 
219 Walker was a General in the Revolutionary War. He was active in town politics and served two terms as town clerk of Burlington. WALKER, Gen. John (I1774)
 
220 Was she the daughter of Samuel Streeter and Ursula Adams of Gloucester?
Find a grave says that their dau, Sarah, b. 2 Apr 1643, m. ca. 1663 Thomas Gleason.
Memorial No. 126861732 
STREETER, Sarah (I803)
 
221 Wheelwright Pond was the site of a noted early battle during King William's War. Indians, incited by the government of New France, attacked Exeter on July 4, 1690. They were pursued by two infantry companies raised for the purpose, who overtook them at Wheelwright Pond on July 6, 1690. Fierce fighting on that day would leave 3 officers and 15 soldiers dead, together with a large number of Indians. Among the dead were Captain Noah Wiswall, Lieutenant Gershom Flagg, and Ensign Edward Walker of the Massachusetts Bay Colony.

-- Wikipedia article on Lee, NH 
WALKER, Edward (I1759)
 
222 Wheelwright Pond was the site of a noted early battle during King William's War. Indians, incited by the government of New France, attacked Exeter on July 4, 1690. They were pursued by two infantry companies raised for the purpose, who overtook them at Wheelwright Pond on July 6, 1690. Fierce fighting on that day would leave 3 officers and 15 soldiers dead, together with a large number of Indians. Among the dead were Captain Noah Wiswall, Lieutenant Gershom Flagg, and Ensign Edward Walker of the Massachusetts Bay Colony.

-- Wikipedia article on Lee, NH 
WISWALL, Noah (I2418)
 
223 Widow of Nicholas Freeby Ann (m. Ferdinando Thayer) (I5527)
 
224 Will of Obadiah Wheelock, Jr, filed 27 Apr 1761, WorcesterCounty Probate Office, case 63774. WHEELOCK, Obadiah (I3830)
 
225 William Bradford was buried atop Burial Hill in the Plymouth Colony. BRADFORD, Gov. William (I4478)
 
226 William Bradford was Governor of the Plymouth Colony, 1621-1657. BRADFORD, Gov. William (I4478)
 
227 William Hayward was a boatman or seaman and drowned. HAYWARD, William (I3152)
 
228 William Johnson was a slave-owner. He sold a slave named Cambridge. JOHNSON, Capt. William (I4601)
 
229 William Lord died suddenly at home, his wife placing him back on his bed where he died. LORD, William E. (I299)
 
230 William Markham was killed by Indians. MARKHAM, William (I4826)
 
231 William Partridge's will is dated 14 Aug 1692 PARTRIDGE, William (I3523)
 
232 William's wife was named Elizabeth. She may have been Elizabeth Atherton, daughter of Maj. Humphrey Atherton. An Elizabeth Atherton is known to have married Timothy Mather. Whether these two Elizabeths are the same person is not yet proven. Family F1209
 
233 Wilson, Michaell and Marie Hammon, Nov. 4, 1674 Family F1323
 
234 Wyndham L. Hasler, 82, of Lake Forest, retired vice president and treasurer of Morton Salt Co. of Chicago, currently known as Morton International, died Thursday in Lake Forest Hospital in Lake Forest

Born in Lake Forest, he was a former vice president of the First National Bank of Chicago, a former Lake Forest Plan Commission member and former treasurer of the Illinois State Chamber of Commerce. Mr. Hasler served during World War II as a lieutenant commander in the Navy as a navigator on a troop ship.

He was a former governing member of the Glenwood School for Boys, past president of the Onwentsia Club and former treasurer of Ducks Unlimited.

Mr. Hasler is survived by two sons, Wyndham Jr. and John; four grandchildren; and a stepson. Services will be at 3:30 p.m. Wednesday in the Church of the Holy Spirit, 400 E. Westminster Ave. 
HASLER, Wyndham Lionel (I5734)
 

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