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Custom Field:<_FA#> 6 Sep 1844Acton by Nantwich, Robt. Mayer, Vicar 
Garnett, Elizabeth Ann (I269589)
 
152
Custom Field:<_FA#> 8 Apr 1632Leighton, Shropshire, ENGLAND
Custom Field:<_FA# > 20 Dec 1636Leighton, Shropshire, ENGLAND 
Botfield, Frances (I270248)
 
153
Custom Field:<_FA#> 8 Dec 1721Church Stretton, Shropshire, ENGLAND 
Botevyle, John (I270266)
 
154
Custom Field:<_FA#> 9 Jan 1727/28Padiham, Lancashire 
Whittaker, Elizabeth (I270467)
 
155
Custom Field:<_FA#> 9 May 1823St. Chad, Shropshire, ENGLAND 
Botevyle, Anne (I270308)
 
156
Custom Field:<_FA#> 9 Nov 1843Acton by Nantwich churchyard 
Garnett, Augusta Maria (I270225)
 
157
Custom Field:<_FA#> 9 Oct 1720Clitheroe, Lancashire 
Veevers, Richard (I270420)
 
158
Custom Field:<_FA#> Apr 1731Darton, Yorkshire, ENGLAND
Thomas BEAUMONT of Chap elthorpe, son of Willaim BEAUMONT and Jane MILNER,
was born about 1675 and di ed on April 30, 1731 at age 52. He was buried
at Darton.
SOURCE: Burke's P eerage and Baronetage, listing under ALLENDALE, page
59; "Pedigrees of The Co unty Families of Yorkshire, vol. 1-4, edited by
Joseph Foster. 
Beaumont, Thomas (I238670)
 
159
Custom Field:<_FA#> St. Nicholas' Church, Nottingham 
Green, Elizabeth (I270581)
 
160
Died in a walker while walking under a table. He hit his head on a nail. 
Gage, Allen G. (I304355)
 
161 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I307153)
 
162 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I307236)
 
163
Elizabeth BRACEGIRDLE who married John ACTON died on March 24, 1816 at
age 94 years. She is buried with her husband at St. Lawrence, Over
Peover, Cheshir e, England. 
Bracegirdle, Elizabeth (I269667)
 
164
Elizabeth MIDDLETON was twice married, firstly to Samuel GARNETT and
secondly to Hugh HEATON.
By Samuel GARNETT she had three children: Elizabeth GARNETT, Margaret
GARNETT and Sam GARNETT.
Elizabeth HEATON died in 1752 and was bur ied at Denbigh on August 4,
1752. Her will was dated February 11, 1752 and w as probated on February
15, 1753. 
Middleton, Elizabeth (I269441)
 
165
Elle a donné un chancelier du royaume de Naples (1502) et un maréchal de France (1775), un lieutenant général du grand maître de l'artillerie, sous le règne de Louis XIII, plusieurs officiers généraux, plusieurs colonels du régiment de dragons Nicolay, quatre évêques, l'un d'Apt, vice-légat d'Avignon, les autres, de Cahors, de Béziers et de Verdun; ce dernier en même temps premier aumônier de madame la dauphine, mère de Louis XVI, plusieurs chevaliers de Malte et de Saint-Louis, un premier président du grand conseil, un membre de l'Académie française, chancelier des ordres du roi (1789), et neuf premiers présidents de la chambre des comptes, qui de 1506 jusqu'en 1794 (époque de la suppression des cours souveraines) se succédèrent sans Interruption, exemple unique dans les fastes de la magistrature française. Gardiens jaloux des intérêts de la France, ces dignes magistrats se distinguèrent par leurs talents, leur fidélité, la noble indépendance de leur caractère, et plusieurs d'entre eux s'illustrèrent dans les rangs de l'armée, avant d'arriver à cette longue succession héréditaire, d'une même dignité, l'une des plus belles du royaume de France, et dont les suffrages publics, unanimes durant plusieurs siècles, semblaient présager la perpétuité dans la maison de Nicolay. (Ruthière, discours prononcé à l'Académie française. Voyez Biographie universelle de Michaud.) Le dernier d'entre eux périt sur l'échafaud révolutionnaire, avec son fils aîné, victime de son dévouement à la cause de la monarchie.

Par lettres patentes de 1645, Anne d'Autriche, voulant récompenser les services rendus depuis plusieurs générations par la maison de Nicolay, érigea la terre de Goussainville en marquisat en faveur d'Antoine Nicolay et de ses descendants. Enfin le 19 mai 1815 Louis XVIII appela la maison de Nicolay à la pairie héréditaire en la personne de Aymard-Charles-Marie-Théodore marquis de Nicolay.

La maison de Nicolay a contracté ses principales alliances avec celles de Vesc, Montaigu, Bailliet, Molé, Maillé, Lamoignon, Mortemart, La Fare, Vintimille, de Forbin-Janson, Jarente, Roncherolles, La Châtre, Potier de Novion, Bercy, Lostanges, Levis, Murat, Lameth, Durfort de Lorge, Noailles, Grammont, Beauffort, Bonneval, etc.

Vers la fin du quinzième siècle, elle s'est divisée en deux branches, l'une dite des barons de Sabran, établie depuis lors en Languedoc, l'autre des marquis de Goussainville, fixée dans l'île de France, et toutes deux actuellement existantes.

Son premier auteur connu est noble Guy Nicolay (voyez d'Hozier), qui vivait au bourg Saint-Andéal vers 1380, et qui eut pour fils Ahoult Nicolay 
Nicolay, Guy (I496948)
 
166
Ellis Daniel MATHER was from Liverpool. 
Mather, Ellis Daniel (I270622)
 
167
Enlisted in 51st Reg. Co. B. , Civil War. 
Gallup, Osborne (I305612)
 
168
Enlisted in 86th Illinois Reg. Aug 27, 1862; participated in sherman's campaign; muster out of service June 20, 1865. 
Gallup, Ralph Park (I305144)
 
169
Enlisted Massachusetts 51st Reg. Co. B in Civil War. 
Gallup, Hiram H. (I305611)
 
170
Extracted from the Drapers Company Records from Dr Selby. Thomas son of john of Islington Middx, carpenter 1809 April 14th , at James Edward Springhall tallow chandler Islington £20 7 years. Thomas Styles was the minister for Great Marlow Congregationist Church, Bucks was ordained in October 1825 to 1863, he lived in Great Marlow until his death in 1881

STYLES, Thomas, was ordained in Marlow on October 27th, 1825. The following account of his ordination we extract from the church book :- 'On Thursday, the 27th October, 1825, the Rev. Thomas Styles was ordained to the pastorate office over the Independent society at Great Marlow, Bucks. The service was well attended both by ministers and other and introduced by The Rev Judson of Wycombe. The Rev. A. Douglas, of Reading delivered the introductory discourse, proposed the questions, and received Mr. Styles' confessions of faith. The Rev. J. Coke, of Maidenhead, offered the ordination prayer, accompanied by imposition of hands. The Rev. Dr. John Styles gave the charge to his relative from Hebrew xiii. 20 middle clause, 'That great Shepherd of the sheep '; and the Rev. W. Redford, of Windsor, concluded.

The sermon of the people was delivered in the evening by the Rev. J. Davies, of Hare-court, London. from Philip. ii. 29, and the other parts of the service were conducted by the Revs. Messrs. Whooley, of Pangbourne; Ashwell, of Wycombe; and May. of Amersham. Mr Styles at once became very popular he was highly educated, and a Most eloquent preacher. For some forty years he held the pastorate.

On the 4th of July, 1839, the ceremony or laying the foundation stone of the present chases took place, on which occasion the pastor (the Rev. Thomas Styles' offered the dedicatory prayer, the Rev. John Burnet delivered the oration, and the Rev. Leg of Reading, spoke on the general question. After forty years of arduous intellectual labour Mr. Styles retired from the pastorate and was succeeded in 1865 by the Rev. Andrew Mearns. Since his retirement Mr. Styles has resided at -Marlow, during a considerable time past he has been confined by declining health to his house, and he expired peacefully within a short time of his eighty-sixth birthday. 
Styles, Rev. Thomas (I369898)
 
171
Famous Poet and Journalist. 
Bryant, Wlliam Cullen (I310486)
 
172 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I307409)
 
173 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I309598)
 
174
Franci BOTEVYLE was of Bucknell in Shropshire and his children were:
Thomas, Frances, Sarah and Elizabeth. Sarah married John WIlliams 
Botevyle, Francis (I270390)
 
175
Francis RIDSDALE was a merchant of Leeds. 
Ridsdale, Francis (I270588)
 
176
Francis was born November 19, 1758, in Northumberland Co. VA. He died October of 1842 in Hawkins Co. TN. He married Catherine------, ca 1774 in Northumberland Co. VA.
Francis volunteered for military service in the fall of 1776. He served at various times as First Sergeant under Captains John Crawley and George Eskridge in the Virginia line. He was stationed mostly at Cherry Point on the Potomac River and made frequent visits to his home nearby. He served until sometime in 1782 and was allowed a Revolutionary pension on his application from Hawkins Co. TN. on August 20, 1832. At the time he declared his occupation as a Baptist minister. Francis was named in his father's will, probated on March 14, 1774, Northumberland Co. VA. He was co-security on administration of Henry Vanlandingham's estate, September 13, 1790. He also acted as security on administration of the estate of Mary Beland, Oct. 10, 1791.


Peggy Cook sent me the following information:

Francis Winstead: Born November 19, 1758. St. Stephens Parish, Northumberland Co. VA. Died in Hawkins Co. TN. Will written September 20, 1841. Probated November 7, 1841. Will Book I-493, Hawkins Co. TN. Baptist Minister, Rev. War soldier, pensioned as a Minuteman, Pension No. 25567. Lived in Northumberland Co. VA, Edgecombe Co. NC, and Hawkins Co. TN. He married Catherine______? Listed on 1784 tax list and 1790 census of Northumberland Co. VA. In 1800 in census of Edgecombe Co. NC. in 1793 and about 12 years later removed to Hawkins Co. TN. On the 1809 and 1810 tax list of Hawkins. Co. TN. with 400 acres and one white poll. On the 1830 census of HAWKINS. Co. TN. he is in the household of his son Ephraim Winstead. There are no census records for East TN until 1830 and only a few tax lists. The will of Samuel Winstead, Francis's father was probated in 1774, at the time that Francis was 15 years old with brothers and sisters (whole) ranging in ages from 11 down to 1.

Francis and his mother Winnefret and his half brother Samuel are the only ones mentioned by name. Perhaps the others were considered too young and the half brothers and sisters too old and long out on their own, or just omitted other than "MY FORMER CHILDREN".

In his pension statement Francis tells the family Bible was sold at the sale after his father's death. On November 1, 1783, when Francis was 25 years old, his mother turned over to him, the management and control of the plantation, and 10 years later in 1793, Francis sold the plantation and moved to NC. His mother either married again or died in this ten year period. (I believe she remarried). The documents recording these sales are on file in the old order books of Northumberland Co. VA. Record Book 14--pp. 679-80. Record Book 12--P. 119. Francis Winstead only had five deed transactions in Edgecombe Co. NC including selling out in 1805.

The records of the church of Falls of the Tar River and the Upper Town Creek Baptist Church Histories of Nash and Edgecombe Co. NC exist in several xerox copies. Francis was ordained September of 1802 at the Falls of Tar River Baptist Church. In the Tar River minutes, Elder Winstead was called to the Upper Town Creek pastorate on January 15, 1803. That was about two weeks after the formal constituting of the new Church body.

On the roll of members of the Falls of Tar River Church, Francis Winstead was No. 237, Caty, No. 288, Ezekiel, No. 268, and Mourning, was No. 284. Francis Winstead was pastor of Upper Town Creek Church from 1803 until August 21, 1805, when Elder Nathan Gilbert became pastor. On April 21, 1807, he bought two hundred acres from John Thompson in Hawkins Co. TN. in the Big Poor Valley opposite the little War Gap.

Deed Book 6-P. 97 shows he made an improvement, but on February 25, 1811, he sold this land back to John Thompson. The 400 acres he paid tax on I have not found in our incomplete records. He appears in the records of the Holston Baptist Association in 1809, at the Big Creek Church. He became pastor of the Richardson's Creek Church in 1812. He was pastor there until he founded the Hickory Cove Baptist Church in 1820. Was the pastor of Hickory Cove for nine years.

Data from census records, deeds, wills, church records, and pension papers. Have copies.

Peggy Cook

Tax list 1784 Northumberland Co. VA. 11 white people, 2 dwellings, 2 slaves.
Census, 1790, Northumberland Co. VA. 5 white people, 1 slave.
Census 1800 Edgecombe Co. NC. 1 male 10-16, 2 males 18-26, 2 females 0-10. 1
female 10-16.
Tax list 1809 Hawkins Co. TN. Winstead, Francis 400 acres, 1 white poll Winstead, Ezekiel 1 white poll
On the 1810 tax list of Hawkins Co. TN.
Census of 1830 HAWKINS. Co. TN. in the house of Ephraim Winstead.

Martha Winstead was so kind to send me a copy of Francis Winstead's will dated September 20, 1841, and proven November 7, 1842:

In the name of God, Amen.

I, Francis Winstead of the County of Hawkins in the State of Tennessee being weak of body but of sound mind and memory, knowing the uncertainty of life and the certainty of death, do make and ordain this my last will and testament. That is to say, I do recommend my soul to Almighty God who gave it, and desire that my mortal body shall be decently committed to the earth, with the usual Christian rites, according to the discretion of my executors hereinafter to be named. And as to the worldly estate or property it hath pleased Almighty God to Bless me with, I dispose of it in the following manner, to wit:

I give and bequeath unto my beloved daughter-in-law Margaret Winstead, widow of my son Ephraim Winstead, deceased late of said county and state, all my estate or property of every description now owned by me, or which may be hereafter owned by me, to be at her absolute disposal and control forever, in consideration of my love and affection for her, and also in consideration and love and affection she has always bestowed upon me. And I am only sorry that I have not more to give her to remunerate her for her kindness and attention shown to me by her in my old age.

And it is my desire and I do request it and ordain that the said daughter-in-law, Margaret Winstead, together with my grandson James Winstead, shall be my executor and Executrix to this my last will and testament. And I do hereby request that the County Court shall qualify them as such, without requiring them bond and security having full confidence that they will discharge their duties, and discharge any witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 20th day of September 1842.

Signed, sealed and published Francis Winstead SEAL
in the presence of us as the
last will of Francis Winstead
by him.

Jesse Cope
Paschal Martin


Mary Martin was the Dau. of William Martin & Lewey (Lucinda) Burton or Lucinda Burton. William Martin's will was dated August 4, 1820 in Hawkins Co. Courthouse. Wit: Francis Winstead
Thomas Martin and James Martin.

Mary's sister, Margaret Martin Md. Ephraim Winstead, son of Francis Winstead. In Francis Winstead's will, dated September 20, 1842, proven Nov. 7, 1842, he leaves his daughter-in-law, Margaret Winstead, widow of my son Ephraim Winstead, all my property - for her kindness and attention. My daughter-in-law Margaret and my grandson James Winstead to be executrix and executor. Wit: Jesse Cope
Paschal Martin.

In Hawkins Co. Will Book I we find Francis Winstead and Matthew Winstead witnesses to Eli Overtons will. No date. pg. 392. Francis Winstead and Samuel Burton also witnesses will of John Croson, dated Feb. 6, 1814. Samuel Burton possibly is related to Charity Burton and Lucinda, wife of Wm. Martin. 
Winstead, Francis (I366624)
 
177
From "Landmarks of Monroe County, NY" (1895)
Part III, p. 115

Gallup, Andrew J., was born in Albany county March 31, 1825, a son of Eli Gallup, of Stonington, Conn., who came to this county in 1830 and settled in Sweden, where he engaged in farming. He married Sally Crary, and his death occurred in 1882, in his ninety-second year. A. J. Gallup was educated at Brockport Collegiate Institute, after which he taught school. In 1848 he married Mary A. Houston, whose father, Isaac, was a prominent lumber dealer in this county, and also supervisor, etc., of his town. Mr. and Mrs. Gallup have these children: Eli H., William N., Albert J., Mrs. Susan C. Garrison, Mrs. Fannie D. Webster, and Miss Sarah O. Gallup. Our subject is a practical and successful farmer of his town. 
Gallup, Andrew Jackson (I309504)
 
178
From "Landmarks of Monroe County, NY" (1895)
Part III, p. 79
Gallup, George, was born in Sweden, January 26, 1834, a son of Eli Gallup, of Stonington, Conn., who came to this county in 1830, settling on the farm where his son now resides. Eli married Hannah, daughter of Joseph Wetsel. He followed blacksmithing and farming, and died in 1882 in his ninety-second year. George Gallup is a self-made man, and was educated in the common schools of his locality. In 1860 he married Dilla E., daughter of Isaac Houston, who died in 1873, and their children are Irad C., Charles H., John and Hellen C. He married second Sarah Darling in 1877. Mr. Gallup is a prominent citizen of the town, and has filled various positions of trust and honor. 
Gallup, George (I309512)
 
179
Funeral held in Illinois for Esther Johnson - 1977

Esther E. Johnson (Bentz) 60, died March 24 at Martin Grove, Illinois after a year's illness. Funeral services were held at Jerusalem Lutheran Church, Morton Grove on March 26.

Mrs. Johnson was born May 25, 1916 in Ashley, ND, daughter of William and Joanna Bentz and was reared in the Turtle Lake area.

She married Leslie F. Johnson in 1935. He was also of the Turtle Lake area in 1937 where had since resided.

She is survived by a son, James Filmore Johnson of Akron, OH, a daughter Marlys Arteld of Wildwood, IL, six grandchildren, brothers Rueben Bentz, Martin Braun, Walter Braun, and sisters, Mrs. Orville (Mary) Sundby, and Mrs. Emil (Viola) Wagner. 
Bentz, Esther Alma (I311189)
 
180
Funeral Services Held Saturday for Gordon Zingg, 86

Gordon Samuel Franklin Zingg, 86, of rural Turtle Lake, ND died Wednesday, February 21, 1996 at the Turtle Lake Community Memorial Hospital.

Funeral services were Saturday, Feb. 24, 1996 at 1:30 from Trinity Lutheran Church in Tutle Lake with Rev. Norman Paskowsky officiating. Sherry Fueller was organist, Aileen Erdmann was soloist, and a quartet of Rudy Schock, Don Sondrol, wilbert Fueller, and Rev. Norman Paskowsky sang.

Pallbearers were grandsons Bruce Zingg, Noel Zingg, Duane Kemmit, James Kemmit, Milton Kemmit, Cory Kemmit, Robert Tweeten, Chad Tweeten, Troy Presser, and Trent Presser. Burial will be at Riverview Cemetery at Washburn.

Gordon Samuel Franklin Zingg was born Dec. 12, 1909 at rural Underwood, ND to Jack and Pauline (Frank) Zingg. He grew up and attended Hancock School rural Underwood. He farmed with his dad. On Sept. 19, 1934, he married Wilhelmina Johnson at McClusky, ND. In 1941, they moved to the J.A. Johnson farm with was Wilhelmina's father's homestead. They later purchased the farm where they raised their family. Gordon was an avid hunter, a licensed taxidermist and operated a sawmill on his farm until the time of his death. He belonged to many community organizations which include: Tutle Lake 69ers Senior Citizens, Brushpoppers Horse Club, Crop Improvement Association, Turtle Lake Wildlife Club, Lions Club, NewHome Township Board and election board, 4-H Leader, worked with the McLean Co., Fair Board, held offices in the McLean Co. Historical Society, helped build the Fort Mandan Historical site west of Washburn. He was a member of Trinity Lutheran Church in Turtle Lake and served on the Church Council. His wife died in 1992.

Survivors include: 3 daughters & sons-in-law: Constance & Arlan Kemmit of Turtle Lake, Sharyll & Clinton Tweeten of Washburn, and Judith & Gary Presser of Mercer; 2 sons and 1 daughter-in-law: Byron and Beverly Zingg of McClusky and Lamont Zingg of Turtle Lake, 18 grandchildren and 24 great grandchildren, 1 brother: Sydney Zingg of Turtle Lake: 2 sisters-in-law: Mary Zingg and Ruth Zingg of Oroville, CA and many nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents, wife, 2 brothers, 1 sister, 1 granddaughter, and 1 daughter-in-law. (Goetz Funeral Home, Turtle Lake) 
Zingg, Gordon Samuel Franklin (I310943)
 
181
Geoffrey BOTEVILLE is mentioned by Matthew Paris and was living in 1210. 
Boteville, Geoffrey (I270241)
 
182
Gladys Valentine ALDERSEY became a nun [sister Mary Veronica] at the Holy
Cro ss Convent, Haywards Heath. 
Aldersey, Gladys Valentine (I269861)
 
183
Glynne Wentworth BEAUMONT was born on April 6, 1890. He was the son of
Rober t Bullen BEAUMONT and Maude Mary Copley WATERFALL.
He was educated at Southpo rt School.
He was working for Huson & Hardwick, analytical and consulting chem ists
in Liverpool from 1905 and lived at #26 THe Vineries, Woolton, Liverpool ,
25.
SOURCE: Burke's Peerage and Baronetage, listing under ALLENDALE, pa ge 59. 
Beaumont, Glynne Wentworth (I270620)
 
184 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I306032)
 
185
Grave stones for the VEEVERS family in the cemetery at Burnley,
Lancashire re ad:
"In Memory of James the son of Miles and Molly VEEVERS of Burnley who
di ed October 16, 1794 an infant. Also Jane, their Daughter who died
Janry 15th 1796, aged 3 months. Also Alice who died April 30th 1798 aged
7 years. Also Thomas their Son who died August 2nd 1801, aged 6 months.
Also Miles their So n who died September 6th 1801, aged 2 years." 
Veevers, James (I270432)
 
186
Grave stones for the VEEVERS family in the cemetery at Burnley,
Lancashire re cords the deaths of the children of Miles and Molly VEEVERS:
"In Memory of Jam es the son of Miles and Molly VEEVERS of Burnley who
died October 16, 1794 an infant. Also Jane, their Daughter who died
Janry 15th 1796, aged 3 months. Also Alice who died April 30th 1798 aged
7 years. Also Thomas their Son who d ied August 2nd 1801, aged 6 months.
Also Miles their Son who died September 6 th 1801, aged 2 years." 
Veevers, Miles (I270416)
 
187
Grave stones for the VEEVERS family in the cemetery at Burnley,
Lancashire re cords the deaths of the children of Miles and Molly VEEVERS:
"In Memory of Jam es the son of Miles and Molly VEEVERS of Burnley who
died October 16, 1794 an infant. Also Jane, their Daughter who died
Janry 15th 1796, aged 3 months. Also Alice who died April 30th 1798 aged
7 years. Also Thomas their Son who d ied August 2nd 1801, aged 6 months.
Also Miles their Son who died September 6 th 1801, aged 2 years." 
Veevers, Alice (I270419)
 
188
Grave stones for the VEEVERS family in the cemetery at Burnley,
Lancashire re cords the deaths of the children of Miles and Molly VEEVERS:
"In Memory of Jam es the son of Miles and Molly VEEVERS of Burnley who
died October 16, 1794 an infant. Also Jane, their Daughter who died
Janry 15th 1796, aged 3 months. Also Alice who died April 30th 1798 aged
7 years. Also Thomas their Son who d ied August 2nd 1801, aged 6 months.
Also Miles their Son who died September 6 th 1801, aged 2 years." 
Veevers, Jane (I270433)
 
189
Grave stones for the VEEVERS family in the cemetery at Burnley,
Lancashire re cords the deaths of the children of Miles and Molly VEEVERS:
"In Memory of Jam es the son of Miles and Molly VEEVERS of Burnley who
died October 16, 1794 an infant. Also Jane, their Daughter who died
Janry 15th 1796, aged 3 months. Also Alice who died April 30th 1798 aged
7 years. Also Thomas their Son who d ied August 2nd 1801, aged 6 months.
Also Miles their Son who died September 6 th 1801, aged 2 years." 
Veevers, Thomas (I270435)
 
190
He joined Co., Cotton's Plymouth regiment, upon the "Lexington alarm" in 1775; was commissioned Lieut. May, 1775; Capt. in Shepahard's 4th Regiment, Jan. 1, 1777. major 3d regiment, Oct 12, 1782. Was on the staff of Brig. Gen John Sullivan. Two of his sons, John Sullivan and Ivory were mariners during the war of 1812. The latter was impressed by the British and never again heard from. 
Pope, Isaac (I310105)
 
191
He lost his property at Westerly, through the Continental money failure. He migrated with his family to Pomfret, soon after 1776, walking most of the way. 
Champlin, Joseph (I197523)
 
192
He served as a Private in Captain Joshua Hendee's Co. He was in Israel Putnam's company made up in mostly men from Plainfield and Voluntown and Thomas Gallup served as Lieutenant.
Military - - Revolutionary War 
Gallup, Thomas (I304255)
 
193
He Volunteered Apr 21, 1775 and derved 1 month as a orderly sargent in Capt. Joseph Palmer's Company; discharged Jan 13 1777; reenlisted Feb 15 1777-1779.
Military - - Revolutionary War 
Gallup, John (I304757)
 
194
He was a Judge of Plainfield Probate Court for 23 years, represented Plainfield in General Assembly for several terms and was Speaker of the Hourse in 1866; chosen to the Senate in 1869. He was Lieut. Govenor of Connecticut in 1879 and 1880. 
Gallup, David (I304679)
 
195 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I305730)
 
196
He was a Private Lieutenant in Comfort Shude's Co. Conn. Militia in the War of 1812.
Military - War of 1812 - 
Gallup, John (I304975)
 
197
He was a Revolutionary Soldier who took part in the Lexington alarm.
Military - - Revolutionary War 
Gallup, William (I304818)
 
198
He was a State Senator in 1858 and 1867 and served as a Judge of Probate for 15 years. 
Gallup, Amos J. (I304686)
 
199
He was born after his parents were driven from Dartmouth by Philip's warriors, but where they found refuge has not been ascertained. His gravestone in Sandwich cemetery is probably the oldest one in America bearing the name of Pope. 
Pope, John (I310122)
 
200
He was Editor of "The Genealogical History of the Gallup Family in U.S." in 1893. 
Gallup, John Douglas (I305137)
 

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