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151 Also listed as Nancy Rebecca Ward WARD, Rebecca (I11327)
 
152 alt date: 21 Nov 1801 LAMBETH, Amos Erastus (I3876)
 
153 Alternate death date 18 May 1940. Information provided on birth and parents is either incorrect or incomplete supplied by his wife.

S.S. Barbour 1908 - 1920 San Quentin for Assault with a deadly weapon. 
BARBOUR, Silvy Sigels (I10811)
 
154 Another reference gives birth year as 1767 BUTLER, Mary (I146)
 
155 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. MARTIN, R.G. (I13852)
 
156 At least one descendant of Joseph Marion Watts says it's thought Nancy was Nancy Cutcher, with the parents I've given her. Nancy's daughter Celia Catherine lives with them in 1870. CORN, Stacy (I2424)
 
157 Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England DE FIENNES, Sir William II Lord of Wendover Baron of Tingry (I17253)
 
158 BARRON CEMETERY, BENTONVILLE, AR LAMBETH, Sallie (I9926)
 
159 Bartlett Cemetary Washington County,Ohio HEALD, Jesse Whitacre (I362)
 
160 Bartlett Cemetary Washington County,Ohio HIETT, Lydia (I9104)
 
161 Based on 1880 census record and grave marker HIETT, Thomas (I12375)
 
162 Believe to be the son of John Holladay, TN. Records show the family moving to IL and settling in the adjoining county (Moved to Saline Co, Illinois in 1848) to where Calvin and Mahulda were married in 1851 (Hamilton Co). HOLLADAY, Calvin (I343)
 
163 Belvoir Castle, Leicester BIGOD, Hugh (I8556)
 
164 Bessie Imo Jean Martin MARTIN, Ima Jean (I11341)
 
165 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. HARDIN, B.J. (I14494)
 
166 Bloomington, Illinois is where Malinda Jane Hiett met Henry Sharpless, nine years her senior. He was back from the west where he had homesteaded and proved up on 60 acres of prairie land in Kansas.
"He took a shine to me a long time before I even knew he was around." she chuckled. "But, finally, I fell in love with him. I don't know why; it sure wasn't because he was pretty, because he was a lot older than the rest of the crowd; but there was something about him that was fine."
So one day in June, 1875, when the young people went to Chicago for a one-day railroad excursion, Malinda and Henry went along and were married while there. She chucklingly boasted that "We had a honeymoon in Chicago long enough for me to wet my hands in Lake Michigan."
The following September they moved to Independence, Kansas.
"I'll never forget the planks laid together lengthways that we used for a walk from the depot to the hotel." Malinda recalled.
In the years that followed, they lived in town during the winter and worked the claim in the summer. They teased her quite a bit about being a "Town girl" that first summer on the farm.
"I'd never been on a farm before." she said. "I'll never forget that Henry had a yoke of oxen he used to break the prairie with. I was scared to death of the beasts but I'd get so lonesome at the house all by myself that I'd walk along beside him as he plowed, and whip the oxen. The neighbors thought that was the funniest thing they'd seen.
When the Cherokee Strip was opened to settlers, Henry made the run on one of their old plow horses, staked a claim and built a house before he sent for her and the children.
"When we came, we rode the train as far as Tulsa and waited at the hotel, which was almost the only hotel in town, for Henry to come after us," she recalled, "I'd stand in our second-story window at the hotel and look out the window and all you could see was mud all up and down Main street and Indians in blankets slopping through the mud. Tulsa is a nice place now, though."
She remembered with pleasure and touch of pride that her husband built the first frame school house in Grant county, that the first time she ever voted was on a bond issue that resulted in their having a school--with a teacher.
They lived in Tulsa/Broken Arrow, Oklahoma in the teens and 20's. They were charter members of the Broken Arrow Presbyterian Church.
They observed their 60th wedding anniversary before Henry died July 1935. He was ill at the time of the 60th anniversary but ten years before, when they observed their golden wedding, he worked all day. just taking time to step over to the side of the filling station he was operating to have a kodak picture taken with Malinda.
Henry and Malinda had six children: Adaline May (Addie), Effie Grace, Ernest, Ray, Victor and Viola, all born in Kansas, (Chautaugua, Montgomery and Reno Counties).
Henry died 17 July 1935 in Independence, Kansas and is buried in the Mount Hope Cemetery there.
Malinda went back to live in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma with her daughter Addie, after Henry's death. She was a tiny thing, five feet one inch tall and weighing not more than 75 pounds. She died July 1, 1947 in Broken Arrow and was buried beside Henry in the Mount Hope Cemetery, Independence, Kansas. 
HIETT, Malinda Jane (I1043)
 
167 Board of Guardian Records, 1834-1906 and Church of England Parish Registers, 1754-1906. London Metropolitan Archives, London.<p>Images produced by permission of the City of London Corporation Libraries, Archives and Guildhall Art Gallery Department. The City of London gives no warranty as to the accuracy, completeness or fitness for the purpose of the information provided. Images may be used only for purposes of research, private study or education. Applications for any other use should be made to the City of London, Guildhall, PO Box 270, London EC2P 2EJ. Infringement of the above condition may result in legal action.</p> Source (S284)
 
168 born Tuesday Oct 20, 1829 per Holt bible HOLT, Hubbard (I3843)
 
169 Boston Registry Department. <i>Boston Births from A.D. 1700 to A.D. 1800</i>. Boston, MA, USA: Rockwell &amp; Churchill, 1894. Source (S275)
 
170 Brick Maker MARSDEN, John (I4180)
 
171 Burial: Alma City Cemetery Alma Crawford County Arkansas, USA HOLT, George Washington (I2430)
 
172 Burial: Elmwood Cemetery
Elmwood, Cass Co, NE 
SHARPLESS, Thomas (I16275)
 
173 Burial: Park Grove Cemetery - also see Find A Grave Memorial# 6054456 DODD, Rev Berl Milton (I10248)
 
174 buried 26 Dec 1726 HOLDEN, Mary (I9548)
 
175 Buried at Bethlehem Campground United Methodist cemetery with husband&some children. Grave calls her M.A. Calhoun. CORN, Amanda M (I12146)
 
176 Buried with Sallie and James Lambeth on Amos Lambeth's farm. LAMBETH, Amos Erastus (I3876)
 
177 Butler Family of England and Pennsylvania, lists death between 1782&1793 BUTLER, Bersheba Bathsheba (I11889)
 
178 Cancer REYNOLDS, Marie Frances (I2458)
 
179 Cardiorespiratory Arrest, Congestive Heart failure, Organic Heart Disease&Severe C.O.P.D. - at Los Robles Regional Medical Center. STACY, Charles Ocie (I4161)
 
180 Chorley Parish Church - check for birth records. SHARPLES, Thomas (I3831)
 
181 Church of England Parish Registers, 1754-1921. London Metropolitan Archives, London.<p>Images produced by permission of the City of London Corporation Libraries, Archives and Guildhall Art Gallery Department. The City of London gives no warranty as to the accuracy, completeness or fitness for the purpose of the information provided. Images may be used only for purposes of research, private study or education. Applications for any other use should be made to the City of London, Guildhall, PO Box 270, London, EC2P 2EJ. Infringement of the above condition may result in legal action.</p> Source (S260)
 
182 Count of Vermandois VERMANDOIS, Pepin Quentin Lord of St Quentin (I13489)
 
183 Cypress Cemetery Hardeman County Tennessee, USA LAMBETH, Alfred Moore (I3498)
 
184 Dallas BARBOUR, Annie Ethel (I14337)
 
185 Daughter of William Beale and Mary Jenkins BEALE, Susannah (I12878)
 
186 David is recorded as living in Bastrop County, TX in 1826, Hempstead, Arkansas in 1830. MOUSER, David John (I836)
 
187 David met and married Rhoda in Hackett, Arkansas. For the greater part of his life he farmed, he also did some work as a collection agent for a merchant in Cameron, Indian Territory. They never stayed in one place for long, they lived in Arkansas then moved on to IT/OK living in Cameron, Brooken, Hartshorne, Wilburton, Indianola and in 1906 moved to Hanna. MOUSER, David Amos (Bud) (I13678)
 
188 Death Age: 71 CORN, John (I2488)
 
189 Denton, Davison Co., North Carolina WOOD, Elizabeth (I3713)
 
190 Died of paralysis - buried in Moran LAMBETH, Henry Wellesly (I11501)
 
191 Died sometime after this. \MARSDEN, Samuel (I15391)
 
192 died young FILLEY, Erasmus (I4174)
 
193 Dies two months after giving birth to daughter,Margaret.Perhaps she died from complications of child birth. THOMAS, Margaret Warrick (I11783)
 
194 Dodd, Jordan R., et al.. <i>Early American Marriages: Virginia to 1850</i>. Bountiful, UT, USA: Precision Indexing Publishers. Source (S270)
 
195 Dodd, Jordan, Comp.. <i>Kentucky Marriages to 1850</i>. Electronic transcription of marriage records held by the individual counties in Kentucky. Source (S254)
 
196 Dodd, Jordan, comp.. <i>Tennessee Marriages to 1825</i>. Electronic transcription of marriage records held by the individual counties in Tennessee. Source (S246)
 
197 Dodd, Jordan, comp.. <i>Virginia Marriages to 1800</i>. Electronic transcription of marriage records held by the individual counties in Virginia. Source (S262)
 
198 Doss'Rd area near Staunton River in northeast part of county DOSS, James Sr. (I15155)
 
199 Drowned FILLEY, John (I15529)
 
200 Ebenezer Baptist Church Cemetery CORN, Rev Rev Noah Parr (I2952)
 

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