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17901 WHITFIELD, BOB  (1900 U.S. Census)
Age: 22, Male, Race: WHITE, Born: KY
Series: T623 Roll: 528 Page: 21
Whitfield, Bob  Durham, Flora Alice  1/23/1912  TT64  36
Marriage Book - TT64
1911 - 1912  Hopkins Co., Kentucky
Whitfield, Bob (I103312)
17902 Whitley, John
    Location:  Isle Of Wight
    Record ID:  20751
    Description:  Testator
    Prove Date:  1695
    Book Page:  1-178
    Remarks:  John Whitley. Account of his estate returned by his widow Mary Whitley Adm. Among items tobacco which was given my daughter Olive Mackdowell by her father James Mackdowell.
  Notes:  This probate record was extracted from microfilmed copies of the original Will Book.
/Mary Whitely, admrx. of her husband Johyn Whitley, mentions a cow which my first husband sold, was given my daughter Olive Mackdowell by her father James Mackdowell etc
Seventeenth century Isle of Wight County, Virginia : a history of the county of Isle of Wight, Virginia, during the seventeenth century, including abstracts of the county records
Chicago: Chicago Law Print. Co., c1938,pg.623.
Rec of Mary Whitly, widow of John Whitly,  tobacco for use of Thomas, John and Will. Whitly, orphans of said John Whitly. Nov, 26, 1695 (Signed) Charles Durham, John Browne Sr, empowers John Browne to be his atty, in acct with Hugh Campbell 2 Dec, 1692, Dan Leigh,. Mary Browne
Seventeenth Century Isle of Wight byJohn Boddie
(__), Mary (I102911)
17903 WHITLEY, LEONIDAS  (1860 U.S. Census)
Age: 31, Male, Race: WHITE, Born: NC
Series: M653 Roll: 903 Page: 384
Whitley, Leonidas (I102760)
17904 WHITTINGTON, ETHAN A., 1863, 1941 Whittington, Ethan Allen (I5728)
17905 Whittington, Virginia Ann -- Application for Texas Confederate Pension #17095
Shelburne, Virginia Ann (I25407)
17906 Who is his father?  Mat CLOUD died before the 1880 census. Cloud, Thomas (I56412)
17907 Who is she?  (Death date of bef. 1940 due to Joseph's listing as widowed on 1940 census, but that may not be accurate.)

A Mildred F. CHESTNUT was b. 2-28-1915 in Paoli, Orange, IN to James O. CHESTNUT and Edna L. DOUGHERTY (another IN birth record gives her name as Hildred M. CHESTNUT b. to same parents).  This lady apparently married Ruben A. BARKER ( b. ca 1908) 5-17-1967 in Monterey cty, CA -- her name recorded as Hildred M. BARKER.  She died 6-14-2000 in Chandler, AZ.

An Alice Fay CHESTNUT was b. 1911 in Lawrence cty, IN to Charles (b. 3-9-1886 Lawrence cty, IN) and Mary (ca 1892 d. bef 1930) CHESTNUT.  She m. 11-19-1939 Robt Francis DONAHUE in Indianapolis, IN.  She  d. 1971 in Madison, Jefferson, IN
Chestnut, Faye (I176056)
17908 Who is this family?  Are they related to Simon Wiess?
    They are found living at Wiess' Bluff on the 1870 census three households away from that of Simon and three more from that of Napoleon Wiess.
Wiess, Joseph (I54976)
17909 Widow moved to farm NE of Worthington then moved to Worthington and lived there until her death.  (Possibility name is Hoffman.)
Muller, Mary (I6225)
17910 Widow of Charles Stevens
Stevens, Elizabeth (I101812)
17911 Widow of Pascal Smith.
Smith, Elizabeth A. (I31936)
17912 Widow Parris
Hitchner, Margaretta (I85781)
17913 Widow Smith
Wheat, Lucy C. (I85834)
17914 Widowed
Usual place of residence: 329 East 4th South, Salt Lake City (9 yrs)
Place of death: Salt Lake City
Color or Race: Indian American
Mother's maiden name: Lucy Brewer
Wife's name: Ida Mae Beaver Cloud
Served in U.S. Armed Forces: 7-5-18 to 2-12-19 
Cloud, Noah Samuel (I119312)
17915 Widowed by 1850
Williamson, Elizabeth (I102757)
17916 Widowed in 1900 census
Name:  A A Nabors
Home in 1900: Hollow Square, Hale, Alabama
Age: 40
Estimated birth year: 1860
Birthplace: Alabama
Race: White
Relationship to head-of-house: Head
Is this A A.?.
Alabama Deaths, 1908-59 Recordinfo
about Augusta Nabors
Name:  Augusta Nabors
Death Date:  Dec 1926
Death County:  Hale
Volume:  56
Roll:  2
Page #:  27888
Nabors, A.A. (I104771)
17917 Wife # 1 was Harriet Taylor.
Briscoe, Harriot Phoebe (I42944)
17918 Wife of Alonzo Burial in West Grove Cemetery, Centerville, Wayne County, Indiana Brown, Bertha Estella (I65968)
17919 Wife of Augustus Cloud Roush, Anna (I68834)
17920 Wife of B. F. Cloud Bouldin, Columbia (I67226)
17921 Wife of Benjamin Franklin Cloud Sr. Middleton, Nancy Jane (I67170)
17922 Wife of Cary Cloud Booe, Ella Zola (I68863)
17923 Wife of Daniel W. McKinney, Mary Harvey (I128360)
17924 Wife of Edw.Albert Cloud Boles, Avo Margaret (I76486)
17925 Wife of Evan Woodard, Virgie (I75204)
17926 Wife of James Henry Cloud. Lisenbey, Lucy Jane (I128546)
17927 Wife of James S. Cloud. Burial in Oak Hill Cemetery, Quenemo, Osage County, Kansas, Plot: Section: 19 Lots: A1-A5, B1-B5, C4,5 Baker, Pauline S. "Lillie" (I77296)
17928 Wife of Jason (__), Fannie M. (I161300)
17929 wife of John H. Cloud --- married 24 Dec1893 Fulton Co.IN Ogden, Margaret F. "Maggie " (I68279)
17930 wife of John T. Cloud -- -dau. of Micajah & Nancy Freeland Freeland, Sarah A. (I66457)
17931 Wife of Louis E. Joyner Cloud, Viola (I74911)
17932 Wife of Marcus Hanhah Cloud (Marr. Jan. 14, 1876 in TN.), Mother of George R. Cloud, William Thomas Cloud, Nannie E. Santee, Mary "Mollie" E. Coleman, Charles E. Cloud, Franklin Cloud, Benjamin Harrison Cloud, Don M. Cloud, Albert "Bert" Cloud, & Ramon "Raymond" Bland Cloud. Ellen and her husband Marcus lived in Barry Co. Simcoe, Missouri. Burial in Rocky Comfort Cemetery, Fairview (Newton County), Newton County, Missouri, USA Davis, Ellen Virginia (I128567)
17933 Wife of Norman Franklin Gideon (Marr. Feb. 1, 1946. He died Nov. 10, 1954) & Nolan Cloud (Marr. Aug. 10, 1983. He died March 28, 2000). Mother of Norman Dale Gideon and his wife, Vickie. Grandmother of Christie Harbaugh and her husband, Jeremy & Meghan Sprenkle and her husband, Gerrod. Daughter of the late Maness Daugherty & Laura (Carter) Daugherty. Sister of Wanda Gucene (Deceased), Ava Carlin, Ruth Stephens, Clarence Lowell Daugherty (Deceased), & Billy Max Daugherty (Deceased).
Daugherty, Willa Fern (I128573)
17934 Wife of Oscar I. Cloud Hays, Annie Lee (I73961)
17935 wife of Royeston Joseph Whittington Stromatt, Vivian Juanita (I84821)
17936 Wife of Samuel C. Cloud. Moore, Mary Jane (I65384)
17937 Wife of Thomas M. Whittington. Mother of Celia Lee Whittington H. G. Whittington, and Hallie Marie Whittington Garrison, Grandmother of Leslie Whittington Falkenberg, Greg Whittington Kirk Whittington, Sara Whittington Guest, Michael Whittington, and Alexander Whittington. Step grandmother of Amy Ismert Hamilton. Great grandmother of Dana Falkenberg and Zoe Falkenberg. Daughter of Horace Greeley Hobbs and Mary Elizabeth (Lizzie) Keane/Kane. Granddaughter of Jesse Hobbs and Celia Ann Lee. Great granddaughter of Pertiller Lee and Harriet Minerva Williams.
Hobbs, Hallie Marie (I84547)
17938 Wife of Tillman Howard Cloud. Married 12 February 1866. Henson, Catherine (I67151)
17939 Wife of Timothy H. Jr. Smith, Julia (I67161)
17940 Wife of Walter Boswell from 1842 will of John Gardner Stewart Co. TN. Book VOL E. p 167  Gave his wife Easter a slave girl & to the heirs of Susannah $200.
Gardner, Susannah (I24575)
17941 Wife of William J. Cloud Fulton, Amanda H. (I65634)
17942 Wife of William Thomas Cloud (Marr. June 11, 1905. He died June 6, 1969.), Mother of Infant Daughter (Died April 1, 1906), Opal M. Cloud (Died Aug. 20, 1907), Chester Ralph Cloud, Novetta Jewell Kenney, Lorene Ellen Harvey, Nolan Leonard Cloud, & Cecil James Cloud. Susie and her family lived in the Success Community. Burial in Owsley Union Cemetery, Longview (McDonald County), McDonald County, Missouri, USA Black, Susie Martha (I128572)
17943 Wife Rachel could be error, as he had a sister Rachel. May have been itinerant Methodist Minister at Westmoreland Co, PA in 1786. (See Volume IV, pg 280-281 of "Morris Matson...."  All five bound copies also in Chester Co. Hist. Soc. Library.
    From Chester Co., PA, Land and Property records, abstracts: "'Enoch Mattson sells the land in Aston, PA, that he inherited from his father, 1776, formerly owned by Geo. Pierce and where John Matson lived that year.
Mattson, Enoch (I91141)
17944 Wife Sarah's will states she was a widow.
Bushell, Joseph (I90839)
17945 Wife's name was Anna.
Grimes, Daniel (I24588)
17946 Wilbert was born in Aloah near Colfax.  As a teenager he worked a variety of jobs such as farm labor, picker and truck driver.  He and his brother Leonard, often migrated around the countryside working at a variety of jobs.  He went on to service in the U.S. Army and as a career service man in the USAF, retired in 1963.
Lasyone, Wilbert Milburn (I94155)
17947 Wilbur and Theona were married at the Arleta Baptist Church so she could be escorted down a center aisle by her father.  Her church, Kern Park Christian Church, did not have a center aisle. She wore a floor-length ivory gown which was hand knit by her mother, a finger-tip length net veil and carried a bouquet of white calla lilies.  Her cousin Frances was her maid of honor; Wilbur's sister Elizabeth and Theona's friend Iris Hankins were bridesmaids.  Carl Jessen, Wilbur's cousin, was best man.  Ushers were Carlo Poutala, friend of the couple and John Robert Douglas. Rev. Charles A. Addleman of Kern Park Christian Church and Rev. Frank S. Beistel of the United Lutheran Church in Eugene, Oregon performed the ceremony. This event was celebrated fifty years later on their golden anniversary.  A program was held at United Lutheran Church in Eugene, Oregon on May 21, 1989. Robert Dick played some piano selections and accompanied Eldon Pentilla who sang "I Love You Truly" which had been sung at the wedding.  Friend and neighbor Dwight Fairbanks was master of ceremonies.  Theona's cousin Frances Parsell, their friend Bert Lund and Rev. Dan Halgrimson offered comments. Family F2835
17948 Wilbur was fond of teasing his sister Theona.  He would hide behind doors and say "boo" or make sounds if he thought she was alone in the house.  One day when she was 11 or 12 she turned the tables.  She was between the doors between the stairwell and the dining room and he was headed up the stairs.  When she said "boo", he fainted!  She was punished for days.
    He had the ability to make his mother laugh when she was angry with him.  For example, if he was fighting with his sister, mother would tell the children to find a hazelnut switch.  While his sister would obediently find a switch, he would retrieve a log.  His mother would laugh and all would be forgiven. To baby-sit his sister, he often took her to the picture show.  He liked scary movies.  His little sister cried and hid her head. He was a good student at Arleta School and Franklin High School, and an Eagle Scout.  Later he became a Scout Master.
    Trained as an electrician, he became an appliance repair man.  He worked on refrigerators, televisions, radios and smaller kitchen appliances. His wife Ina grew up in the same neighborhood but had moved away.  He was very fond of a girl from Seattle, but her mother didn't feel this was a suitable match.  He met Ina again and they were married soon after.
Newton, Wilbur LeRoy (I22971)
17949 Wiley Whitley married Elizabeth Williamson daughter of Hardy and Sarah
Newsom Williamson. By whom was born Needham Raiford Whitley, Jimmie/James
Whitley, Leanderous Whitley, Sarah C Whitley and Bethania Whitley
Johnston County, NC - Needham Whitley Bible record
Needham Whitley Bible record
Copy in Wayne County Library.
Living with sister in law Zilpah Whitley in 1850
Name:  Wilie Whitley
Age: 22
Estimated birth year: abt 1828
Gender: Male
Home in 1850
(City,County,State): District 6, Johnston, North Carolina
Page:  40
Whitley, Wiley (I102747)
17950 Wilkes County, Georgia - Quota of the 19th Regiment, Col Wooten's
SNOWDEN KIRKLAND, 5'9" - Complexion, Fair - Eyes, Blue - Hair, White
Drafted  - War of 181 2, Georgia
Kirkland, Snowden (I47270)

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