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101 Death: Went to sea, (youth) never heard from again. SAINSBURY, George J. (I128)
 
102 Death: Will dated 14 Oct 1702, Charles, Maryland DYSON, Thomas Sr. (I102)
 
103 Death: Will dated 24 Mar 1760, in Charles, Maryland
Thomas deposed on 6 Nov 1729; to be
"age 41 years or thereabout" 
DYSON, Thomas (I100)
 
104 Death: will dated 8 Oct 1814; Probated 1816 in
Ohio, Virginia, (now Tyler, West Virginia) 
DYSON, Zephaniah (I60)
 
105 Death: York Cemetery record, Thomson, Carroll, Illinois.
(aged 32y 11m 13d) 
DYSON, James (I257)
 
106 Death: York Cemetery record, Thomson, Carroll, Illinois.
(aged 72y 7m 16d) 
DYSON, William E. (I325)
 
107 Death: York Cemetery records, Thomson, Carroll,
Illinois. (aged 35 years) 
DYSON, Eli (twin) (I326)
 
108 Death: York Cemetery records, Thomson, Carroll, Illinois.
(aged 71 years)

Information from records of Marie Novan Dyson,
(wife of Arthur Dyson and mother of Judy) start
with William E. Dyson, 1779-1850.
Information recorded in - First Edition
'WESTWARD, THE DYSONS' researched &
compiled by Robert L. Dyson - 1985, page 9 & 16.
In this book Robert says that it is speculated
that William Dyson is a son of Zepheniah Dyson.

I am adding William E. Dyson to this family
based on this information that is found in
the following entry.

Tyler County Minute Books of County &
Circuit Superior Court, 1815 - 1871
GS FHL Film #23848 P1 page 66
"Deborah Dyson widow and relic
of Zephaniah Dyson Deceased who by
the last Will and Testament of said
Deceased was appointed Executrix
of said Zephaniah Dyson - came into
Court and refused to accept of said
Exectrixship, and thereupon came
William Dyson and on his motion
letters of Administration is granted
him on the said Estate of the said Dec.d
who gave Bond and Security according
to law and took the
Oaths prescribed by Law and he is
permitted to administer on said Estate."  
DYSON, William E. (I46)
 
109 Deaths listed in The South Australian Advertiser
(Adelaide, SA: 1858-1889)
Wednesday 24
November 1886, page 4

Deaths
WEAKLEY.
On the 23rd November at the residence of his parents,
Little Capper Street, Kent Town, James Duncan, fourth
son of William and Emily Weakley,
aged 12 years and 11 months. 
WEAKLEY, James Duncan (I1492)
 
110 Deborah Williamson, widow, is the second wife
of Zephaniah Dyson. She is mentioned in
Zephaniah's Will of 8th October 1814.

Tyler County Minute Books of County &
Circuit Superior Court, 1815 - 1871
GS FHL Film #23848 P1 page 66
"Deborah Dyson widow and relic
of Zephaniah Dyson Deceased who by
the last Will and Testament of said
Deceased was appointed Executrix
of said Zephaniah Dyson - came into
Court and refused to accept of said
Exectrixship, and thereupon came
William Dyson and on his motion
letters of Administration is granted
him on the said Estate of the said Dec.d
who gave Bond and Security according
to law and took the
Oaths prescribed by Law and he is
permitted to administer on said Estate."
 
Deborah (I6451)
 
111 Died young
Personal family information from hand written letter
and other papers from Robert T. Patrick M.D. 
PATRICK, Clara B. (I5857)
 
112 Died Young PATRICK, Rachel Agnes (I224)
 
113 Died: 1906, aged 10 months
Source: Crook Family Definitive References
Version 28, 14 March 2013 by Nicholas P C Waloff. 
HILL, Walter Hugh (I7320)
 
114 Died: 1913, aged 7 days
Source: Crook Family Definitive References
Version 28, 14 March 2013 by Nicholas P C Waloff. 
HILL, Archie (I7321)
 
115 Edith Maria Ramsdell's Parents and family were in Oswego,
Oswego, New York, listed in the 1850 US Federal Census.
1850 US Federal Census of Oswego, Oswego, New York about Edith?s Brother Lovell who is listed as Looel.
Name: Looel Ramsdell
Age: 2
Birth Year: abt 1848
Birthplace: New York
Home in 1850: Oswego Ward 2, Oswego, New York
Gender: Male
Family Number: 29
Household Members: Name Age
Henry Ramsdell: 26, abt 1824, New York, Sailor
Almada Ramsdell: 22, abt 1828, New York
Looel Ramsdell: 2
Eunice Ramsdell: 0
Jane Randell: 21


 
RAMSDELL, Edith Maria (I5876)
 
116 Family records for Francis Millicent Patrick.
Frances Millicent Patrick, son
Birth 28 Feb 1915 in Centralia, Marion, Illinois
Death Sep 1916 in Olney, Richland, Illinois
Burial Sep 1916 in Blue Island, Cook, Illinois
 
PATRICK, Francis Millicent (I7174)
 
117 Family tradition said that William Weakley, father of William Rooke Weakley, (Son of Amelia Rooke and William Weakley) was one of the Life-Guards of Queen Victoria in the 1830s and was killed in Spain while on a vacation watching a duel between two Dons.

When William left with the military he never knew about his child William Rooke Weakley.

Researched by Mrs. Lucy Ripley, (in Yorkshire, England) to prove or disprove this family tradition. Lucy wrote to the Editor of the Household Brigade Magazine (Horse Guards, Whitehall) London, to find information on William Weakley. Her letter was passed on to the Headquarters of the Regiment, who sent the following information:
?Number 371 ? William Weakley, served as a Private in the First Life Guards. Enlisted 1st Life Guards on 25 Oct 1828
Age on enlistment: 20 years nil months
Trade on Enlistment: Farmer
Discharged by purchase on 28 Dec 1833
Total service ? 5 years, 67 days
Character on discharge: Very good.
(According to our records he was not married during his service.)?

This and other information also personal stories have been handed down from Emily Hales Duncan Weakley wife of William Rooke Weakley, (Son of Amelia Rooke and William Weakley.)

William Rooke Weakley came to Australia on the ship ?Abberton?. He arrived at Port Adelaide, South Australia on October 29th 1850. On board with William was his Mother Amelia Rooke Davies and Stepfather James Davies. There was also 3 other children listed, no names, which we have not been able to trace as yet.

Amelia and James had a child Fanny Amelia Davies, born 21 May 1852 and died 18 Sep 1852 in Adelaide, South Australia, Australia. 
WEAKLEY, William Rooke (I1159)
 
118 Family tradition said that William Weakley, father of William Rooke Weakley, (Son of Amelia Rooke and William Weakley) was one of the Life-Guards of Queen Victoria in the 1830s and was killed in Spain while on a vacation watching a duel between two Dons.

When William left with the military he never knew about his child William Rooke Weakley.

Researched by Mrs. Lucy Ripley, (in Yorkshire, England) to prove or disprove this family tradition. Lucy wrote to the Editor of the Household Brigade Magazine (Horse Guards, Whitehall) London, to find information on William Weakley. Her letter was passed on to the Headquarters of the Regiment, who sent the following information:
?Number 371 ? William Weakley, served as a Private in the First Life Guards. Enlisted 1st Life Guards on 25 Oct 1828
Age on enlistment: 20 years nil months
Trade on Enlistment: Farmer
Discharged by purchase on 28 Dec 1833
Total service ? 5 years, 67 days
Character on discharge: Very good.
(According to our records he was not married during his service.)?

This and other information also personal stories have been handed down from Emily Hales Duncan Weakley wife of William Rooke Weakley, (Son of Amelia Rooke and William Weakley.)

William Rooke Weakley came to Australia on the ship ?Abberton?. He arrived at Port Adelaide, South Australia on October 29th 1850. On board with William was his Mother Amelia Rooke Davies and Stepfather James Davies. There was also 3 other children listed, no names, which we have not been able to trace as yet.

Amelia and James had a child Fanny Amelia Davies, born 21 May 1852 and died 18 Sep 1852 in Adelaide, South Australia, Australia. 
ROOKE, Amelia (I1366)
 
119 Francis Van Horn Minard's 1st Marriage was to Margaret
Lydia Gilson, 1855 in Bremen, Cook, Illinois.
Their Family as listed in 1960 US Federal Census of Bremen, Cook, Illinois, from a search for Francis's wife Margaret.
1960 US Federal Census of Bremen, Cook, Illinois about Margaret Minard
Name: Margt Minard
Age in 1860: 20
Birth Year: abt 1840
Birthplace: Illinois
Home in 1860: Bremen, Cook, Illinois
Gender: Female
Post Office: Bremen Station
Household Members: Name Age
Frank Minard: 26,(Francis Van Horn Minard, 1st wife & Family) abt 1834, New York, Farmer
Margt Minard: 20, abt 1840, Illinois
Arthur Minard: 3, abt 1857, Illinois
James Minard: 3, abt 1857, Illinois, Died before 1870
Tester Minard: 1, Dexter Gilson, abt 1859, Illinois
Wm Wagemad: 15, Farm Hand
Henry Minard: 16, Farming

 
MINARD, Francis Van Horn (I5889)
 
120 Frank is listed in Section 72 Hundred of Kapunda,
South Australia, Australia.
Occupation: Farmer

Personal family information researched and compiled
by Merle Lola Staker Bottrall. 
STAKER, Francis Frank (I1524)
 
121 Goldsmith Coat of Arms
This interesting and unusual surname is of Anglo-Saxon origin, and is from an occupational name for a worker in gold, derived from a compound of the Olde English pre 7th Century "gold", similar to the Old High German "gold", and the Middle English (1200 - 1500) "smith", from the Olde English "smith", a smith, probably a derivative of "smitan", to strike, hammer. To a large extent it is an Anglicized form of the German "Goldschmid(t)".  
GOLDSMITH, Margaret (I432)
 
122 Grave and burial site of Mary Ann Shaw Duncan: "Family
Mystery" - from Pat (g g g grand daughter) of James
Duncan of Adelaide, and formerly of Rothesay, Isle of
Bute, Scotland, paid for the lease of Mary Ann Duncan's
grave. James came to Adelaide in 1859 as a 19 year old
and it is said that he had a relative living in the
Adelaide area.
Pat said that another "Family Mystery" is that James
Duncan's aunt gave him enough money to start his own
business - - who is this aunt and how come she had
money to give him? James Duncan's coachbuilding/car
business eventually became one of the biggest in
Adelaide.
Letter from cousin in Australia mentioned a connection
with family in Scotland maybe Stornway, Ross & Cromarty.
This may even be Mary's husband John Hales Duncan's
family that is from Scotland.  
SHAW, Mary Ann (I1368)
 
123 Handwritten letter, 4 October 1956, to Laura Zueleme
Weakley, from Mable Ulando Guidi, grand daughter of
Dominic Salvatore Guidi.
Mable writes that her grand father is from
Florance, Tuscany, Italy. 
GUIDI, Dominic Salvatore (I2953)
 
124 He was on board a schooner,
which sank with all hands lost. 
RING, Benjamin (I8195)
 
125 Headstone and burial site: Laura Sophia Duncan
sailed from England to Australia with her mother
Mary Ann Duncan and sisters, Emily Hales Elizabeth
and Marian Elizabeth, on the "Navarino". Aboard
this ship was a couple, John and Hannah Gaignet who
remained friends with the Duncan family and this
is probably why Laura is buried in this grave with
Hannah.  
DUNCAN, Laura Sophia (I1546)
 
126 Henry Montague followed in the Steps of his
Uncle Henry and Grandfather Alexander and
became a surgeon.
New updated information, (28 Jul 2012) researched and
compiled by Helen Smallman Searle. 
DUNCAN, Dr. Henry Montague (I6402)
 
127 Henry Sloan may have come from Cornwall. His son John
was sure of this because his father's accent was Cornish. 
SLOAN, Henry (Harry) (I1157)
 
128 Hezikiah married his brother James' widow Rachel MOUNTS Dyson. Family F121
 
129 Hill Coat of Arms
MOTTO: "Per Deum et Ferrum obtinui"
TRANSLATION: "By God and my sword I have obtained."
ARMS: Sable on a fess between three leopards passant guardant or, spotted of the field, as many escallops gules.
The very first record of the family name HILL was found in Worcestershire, which is located in England.
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~hillsofsalem/heraldry.html
 
HILL, Judith (I7973)
 
130 History of Marshfield, Massachusetts Page 75
Church C. Trouant was a captain, and sailed the
seas. He was a large land owner here. Trouant's
Island being one of his possessions. 
TROUANT/TRUFANT, Captain Church Clift (I1882)
 
131 In 1679, a William Dyson was transported into
Maryland with a number of settlers, as indicated
in the following land rights conveyance:
"Know all men by these present that I, James
Groome, Jr., master of the ship Globe of London
do hereby assign, sell and make over unto John
Llwellin of St. Mary's City all rights and
interst for 3,400 acres of land due to me for
importation of ..... William Dyson .....
(and others). May 27, 1680."
Westward, The Dysons First Edition 1985
researched and compiled by Robert L. Dyson, page 4. 
DYSON, William (I104)
 
132 In the History of Bartholomew County,
Indiana said that Charity, after the
death of her second husband killed by
Indians, lived to be 101 years.
She outlived her third husband also. 
HEADY, Charity (I63)
 
133 Indiana, Marriage Collection, 1800-1941 about Cyrus Hoppes
Name: Cyrus Hoppes
Spouse Name: Lydia Dyson
Marriage Date: Nov 15 1893
Marriage County: Wells
Source Citation: Title: Wells County, Indiana, Index to Marriage Record 1837 - 1920 Inclusive Vol, W. P. A. Original Record Located: County Clerk's O; Book: C- 8; Page: 151. 
DYSON, Lydia Alice (I6220)
 
134 Information compiled by Buela Naomi Sloan and
Geraldine Lyons on trip to Australia in April 1979.
William was known as "Uncle Dick" to the Sloan family.
Occupation: Carter 
STAKER, William Richard (I1525)
 
135 Information compiled by Buela Naomi Sloan and
Geraldine Lyons on trip to Australia in April 1979. 
HINCKS, Thomas Edward (I3365)
 
136 Information compiled by Buela Naomi Sloan and
Geraldine Lyons on trip to Australia in April 1979. 
HINCKS, Daisy Elizabeth (I3366)
 
137 Information compiled by Buela Naomi Sloan and
Geraldine Lyons on trip to Australia in April 1979. 
HAINES, Ruth (I1563)
 
138 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. PATRICK, Della Corrine (I7137)
 
139 Information from Birth Certificate for Elsie Gladys Slee. SLEE, Walter (I5536)
 
140 Information from Birth Certificate for Elsie Gladys Slee. SLADDEN, Esther (I5537)
 
141 Information from Find A Grave entry
Created by: Susan Zmrzel
Record added: Nov 5, 2004
Find A Grave Memorial # 9756324

Jefferson is the son of James McIndoo and Sarah
Mounts. He married Sarah Elizabeth Robertson and
had the following known children: Henry, Lydia,
and William.

Civil War Record---Jefferson McIndoo of Freedom
was mustered in as a Pvt. on Sept 20, 1861, in
Co "B" 31st Reg Ind Vols Inf for 3 years. He was
discharged Jan 15, 1863 for disability. He enlisted
as Corpl. in July 17, 1863 in Co "G" 115 Reg Ind
Vols Inf for 6 months and was mustered out Feb 25,
1864 as a Sergeant. In his third enlistment he was
mustered in as a Pvt Feb 1, 1865 in Co "I" 148 Reg
IN Vols Inf for 1 year and was mustered out Sept 5,
1865 as a Sergeant. He was in the service a total
of 2 years 6 months and 17 days. He was twice called
McEndoo. Description: Age 18, height 5' 5", complexion
light, eyes blue, hair light, farmer. In his first
enlistment he was honorably discharged at Bowling
Green, KY, by order of Gen Manson. In battle of Fort
Donelson, TN, Feb 14, 1862. He was run over and badly
injured in teeth right hip and continued to be unfit
for hard duty to the date of his discharge. He died
Aug 22, 1872 as a result of this injury and was never
pensioned.

 
McINDOO, Jefferson (I6873)
 
142 Information recieved from my (Buela Naomi Sloan) father,
Albert Henry Sloan and through correspondence to
Mrs. Gordon Sloan, wife of Gordon Stanley Sloan.
Gordon is a brother of Albert Henry Sloan.
Also information from genealogist Daisy May Humphery. 
SLOAN, George (I1410)
 
143 Information recorded in - First Edition
'WESTWARD, THE DYSONS' researched &
compiled by Robert L. Dyson - 1985, page 18 & 19. 
DYSON, Mary Baylis (I6329)
 
144 Information recorded in - First Edition
'WESTWARD, THE DYSONS' researched &
compiled by Robert L. Dyson - 1985, page 18. 
DYSON, John Baylis (I6328)
 
145 Information recorded in - First Edition
'WESTWARD, THE DYSONS' researched &
compiled by Robert L. Dyson - 1985, page 19. 
DYSON, Henrietta C. (I6331)
 
146 Information recorded in - First Edition
'WESTWARD, THE DYSONS' researched &
compiled by Robert L. Dyson - 1985, page 25 & 26.
In this book Robert says that it is believed
that Joseph Dyson's parents were Zephaniah Dyson
and Mary Vanwye.
I am adding him and would like proof of this
connection. 
DYSON, Captain Joseph (I6410)
 
147 Information recorded in - First Edition
'WESTWARD, THE DYSONS' researched &
compiled by Robert L. Dyson - 1985, page 27. 
DYSON, Thomas Andrew (I6351)
 
148 Information recorded in - First Edition
'WESTWARD, THE DYSONS' researched &
compiled by Robert L. Dyson - 1985, page 28. 
DYSON, Jane C. (I6353)
 
149 Information recorded in - First Edition
'WESTWARD, THE DYSONS' researched &
compiled by Robert L. Dyson - 1985, page 34. 
DYSON, Joseph Marion (I6413)
 
150 Information recorded in - First Edition
'WESTWARD, THE DYSONS' researched &
compiled by Robert L. Dyson - 1985, page 41. 
DYSON, Joseph Edgar (I6424)
 

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