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101 Sons of the American Revolution Membership Applications, 1889-1970 Source (S1351)
 
102 The Lancashire Branch (of the Copelands) has been traced back to 1500. One section living in Dolphin Leigh had very hard luck. The head of this Branch, Lawrence Copeland, was a solid Roundhead, and for his religious faith he appears to have died. His estates were sequestered by the Crown for recusancy. The eldest son (?) Robert tried to obtain these estates; but, the result . . . . 'Claim allowed with arrears from the father's death on fuller proof of the death and on the sons taking the Oath of Adjuration." Robert does not appear to have done this and it is believed he and his brother Lawrence sailed to America. The other two sons, John and Thomas, are believed to have joined their relatives in Staffordshire. It is generally believed that Lawrence is the one who settled in Braintree, Massachusetts in 1630; and that John came to Virginia in 1635. Note: Lawrence is the head of a large family of Copelands in New England, moving westward, but there is no evidence that [Robert] had any children. Thomas went to Barbados and some of his sisters went to Virginia as spelled out in his will. Copeland, Lawrence (I3393)
 
103 Twelfth Census of the United States, 1900 Source (S1463)
 
104 US Federal Census data:
1850
Member CHC household, age 6
1860
Member CHC household, age 16
1870
Member CHC household, age 26 - occupation farmer
1880
In Belpre, Washington County, Ohio - head of household and included wife, Rebecca, and child at home Fannie 6
Occupation farmer
1900
Status the same - no child at home
Occupation - carpenter
1910
Status the same
Occupation - farmer
1920
Status the same - daughter, Fanny May age 46 (artist) in home
Occupation - farmer

Anc.com Veterans Schedules:
1890 home Belpre, enlisted 5/2/1864, discharged 9/14/1864, rank private Company H, 148th Ohio Infantry Regiment

A History of Belpre, Washington County, Ohio - C. E. Dickinson - 1920
Page 146 - "Campbell, Theodore W., age 20, Volunteer, May 18, 1864, one hundred days, One Hundred and Forty-eighth Regiment, Company H, private, four months, discharged, September 14th, 1864." His rank was Private.

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Data from United States Federal Census Records
1850 - living with parents, age 6
1860 - as above, age 16
1870 - as above, age 26, occupation farmer
1880 - living in Belpre, Washington County, Ohio, as head of household with wife, Rebecca, and child, Fannie, age 6; occupation farmer
1900 - status the same except no child at home; occupation carpenter
1910 - status the same, occupation farmer
1920 - status the same, except daughter, Fanny May, age 46 (artist) living in home; occupation farmer

Anc.com Veterans Schedules:
1890 home Belpre, enlisted 5/2/1864, discharged 9/14/1864, rank private Company H, 148th Ohio Infantry Regiment

A History of Belpre, Washington County, Ohio - C. E. Dickinson - 1920
Page 146 - "Campbell, Theodore W., age 20, Volunteer, May 18, 1864, one hundred days, One Hundred and Forty-eighth Regiment, Company H, private, four months, discharged, September 14th, 1864." His rank was Private.

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Data from United States Federal Census Records
1850 - living with parents, age 6
1860 - as above, age 16
1870 - as above, age 26, occupation farmer
1880 - living in Belpre, Washington County, Ohio, as head of household with wife, Rebecca, and child, Fannie, age 6; occupation farmer
1900 - status the same except no child at home; occupation carpenter
1910 - status the same, occupation farmer
1920 - status the same, except daughter, Fanny May, age 46 (artist) living in home; occupation farmer

Anc.com Veterans Schedules:
1890 home Belpre, enlisted 5/2/1864, discharged 9/14/1864, rank private Company H, 148th Ohio Infantry Regiment

A History of Belpre, Washington County, Ohio - C. E. Dickinson - 1920
Page 146 - "Campbell, Theodore W., age 20, Volunteer, May 18, 1864, one hundred days, One Hundred and Forty-eighth Regiment, Company H, private, four months, discharged, September 14th, 1864." His rank was Private. 
Campbell, Theodore Wilder (I7274)
 
105 US Federal Census data:
1860
Member CHC household, age 6
1870
Member CHC household, age 15
1880
Member Merritt Bates Campbell (a cousin) in Joliet, Will County, Illinois, age 26
Occupation physcian
1900
In Chicago, Cook County, Illinois - head of household and included wife, Alice, and children at home Robert age 18 (bank clerk), Harold age 16 and Irene age 14
Occupation - physcian
1910
Status the same - with wife, Alice M., and children Harold M. age 26 (bank clerk) and Sara I. age 23
Occupation - real estate broker
1920
Status the same - children Harold M. age 36 (lawyer in private office) and Sara I. age 33 (music teacher in musical college)
Occupation - insurance company salesman

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Data from United States Federal Census Records
1860 - living with parents, age 6
1870 - as above, age 15
1880 - living with family of Merritt Bates Campbell (a cousin) in Joliet, Will County, Illinois, age 26; occupation physician
1900 - living in Chicago, Cook County, Illinois as head of household with wife, Alice, and son Robert age 18 (bank clerk), son Harold age 16 and daughter Irene age 14; occupation physician
1910 - living in Chicago, Cook County, Illinois as head of household with wife, Alice, and son Harold M., age 26 (bank clerk) and daughter Sara I., age 23; occupation real estate broker
1920 - living in Chicago, Cook County, Illinois as head of household with wife, Alice, and son Harold M., age 36 (lawyer in private office) and daughter Sara I. age 33 (music teacher in musical college); occupation insurance company salesman

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Directory of Deceased American Physicians, 1804-1929, shows his medical school as Chicago Homeopathic Medical College, 1879, and type practice as Homeopathy.

Data from United States Federal Census Records
1860 - living with parents, age 6
1870 - as above, age 15
1880 - living with family of Merritt Bates Campbell (a cousin) in Joliet, Will County, Illinois, age 26; occupation physician
1900 - living in Chicago, Cook County, Illinois as head of household with wife, Alice, and son Robert age 18 (bank clerk), son Harold age 16 and daughter Irene age 14; occupation physician
1910 - living in Chicago, Cook County, Illinois as head of household with wife, Alice, and son Harold M., age 26 (bank clerk) and daughter Sara I., age 23; occupation real estate broker
1920 - living in Chicago, Cook County, Illinois as head of household with wife, Alice, and son Harold M., age 36 (lawyer in private office) and daughter Sara I. age 33 (music teacher in musical college); occupation insurance company salesman 
Campbell, John Alexander MD (I6254)
 
106 US Federal Census data:
1900
In Belpre, Washington County, Ohio - head of household with child Edward M. age 5
Census shows Fannie married but Patrick not mentioned
Occupation - artist
1910
In Belpre, Washington County, Ohio - Patrick head of household with wife, Fannie, child Edward M. age 15
Occupation - none (probably an error, Patrick shown as portrait artist probably erroneously)
1920
In Belpre, Washington County, Ohio - in home of parents
Occupation - artist

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Data from United States Federal Census Records
1900 - living in Belpre, Washington County, Ohio as head of household with child Edward M., age 5; occupation artist. Census shows Fannie married but Patrick not mentioned
1910 - living in Belpre, Washington County, Ohio with husband Patrick as head of household with child Edward M., age 15; occupation - none (probably an error, Patrick shown as portrait artist probably erroneously)
1920 - living in Belpre, Washington County, Ohio in home of parents; occupation artist.

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Data from United States Federal Census Records
1900 - living in Belpre, Washington County, Ohio as head of household with child Edward M., age 5; occupation artist. Census shows Fannie married but Patrick not mentioned
1910 - living in Belpre, Washington County, Ohio with husband Patrick as head of household with child Edward M., age 15; occupation - none (probably an error, Patrick shown as portrait artist probably erroneously)
1920 - living in Belpre, Washington County, Ohio in home of parents; occupation artist. 
Campbell, Fannie Gale (I7282)
 
107 US Federal Census data:
1910
In Chicago, Cook County, Illinois - head of household with wife, Louise C., and child Julia A. age 1
Occupation - bank teller
1920
Status the same - children Julia age 11 and Robert M. age 4 and Bessie, mother of wife
Occupation - bank cashier
1930
Status the same - children Julia age 21 (secretary, advertising) and Robert M. age 15 and Bessie, mother of wife
Occupation - broker, bank

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Data from United States Federal Census Records
1910 - living in Chicago, Cook County, Illinois as head of household with wife, Louise C., and daughter Julia A.. age 1; occupation bank teller
1920 - living in Chicago, Cook County, Illinois as head of household with wife, Louise C., daughter Julia, age 11, son Robert M., age 4 and Bessie, mother of wife; occupation bank cashier
1930 - living in Chicago, Cook County, Illinois as head of household with wife, Louise C., daughter Julia' age 21 (secretary, advertising) and son Robert M., age 15 and Bessie, mother of wife; occupation broker, bank

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Data from United States Federal Census Records
1910 - living in Chicago, Cook County, Illinois as head of household with wife, Louise C., and daughter Julia A.. age 1; occupation bank teller
1920 - living in Chicago, Cook County, Illinois as head of household with wife, Louise C., daughter Julia, age 11, son Robert M., age 4 and Bessie, mother of wife; occupation bank cashier
1930 - living in Chicago, Cook County, Illinois as head of household with wife, Louise C., daughter Julia' age 21 (secretary, advertising) and son Robert M., age 15 and Bessie, mother of wife; occupation broker, bank 
Campbell, Robert M. (I7283)
 
108 US Federal Census data:
1930
In Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan - head of household with wife, Christine G., and child Ellis A. age 2 1/2
Occupation - machine shop manager

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Data from United States Federal Census Records
1930 - living in Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan as head of household with wife, Christine G., and child Ellis A. age 2 1/2; occupation machine shop manager 
May, Edward M. (I7288)
 
109 Washington Territorial Census Rolls, 1857-1892 Source (S1278)
 
110 Washington, Death Certificates, 1907-1960 Source (S1290)
 
111 [Fulton Telegraph, July 31, 1947]
AGED RESIDENT OF CALLAWAY DIES
John Thomas Estes, 91, a native of Callaway County, died early Monday morning at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Roy McDonald in Hatton. He had been in failing health for several years; but his condition had become critical only about three weeks ago. Funeral arrangements are incomplete. Mr. Estes was born May 7, 1856 near Steedman, the son of William and Margaret Estes. He spent most of his life in Missouri, but for twenty-eight years lived in Iowa. He was married in 1883 to Zelpha McCall. Surviving him are six children: Mrs. Powell Mackey of Bowling Green, Mrs. McDonald, Robert and James Estes of St. Louis, Thomas Estes of Austin, Minn., and Herman Estes of McKinney, Texas, twenty-six grandchildren and fourteen great grandchildren. He was a member of the Methodist Church. 
Estes, John Thomas (I3292)
 
112 "(Joanna) died before Oct., 1671 when her will was presented and approved." [--?--] Sill, Johanna (I7909)
 
113 "... of Barn Street in Hadlow, clothier, formerly of Tudeley. Seized of lands in Hadlow, Goudhurst and Yalding, County Kent."

From "Findagrave", #59810753
William was the only son of William Merriam and Alice Apse to reach maturity. He was born just before May 11, 1564, when he was baptized in Goudhurst, Kent. He became a prosperous cloth merchant with a shop on Barne Street in Hadlow, Kent. He probably became a clothier because either his father or his step-father was in that business. He first appears in the "Kentish Lay Subsidy Rolls" or tax lists, in 1598, living in Tudeley. William also owned land or buildings in several nearby villages. He married Sarah Burgess, daughter of James Burgess of Tudeley, probably in Tudely, but the record of their marriage has not been found. James Burgess of Tudeley, Kent, mentioned in his will of 1590 his "son-in-law William Meryam."

William was living in Hadlow, about four miles northeast of Tonbridge, in 1635, when he made his will on September 8. In the will, which was proved on November 27, he refers to himself as aged. His eldest son Joseph, the immigrant, was also a clothier. Since William was well to do and died in Hadlow, there is no reason to think he was not buried in the churchyard of St. Mary's Church in Hadlow on September 23, 1635.

William Mirriam of Hadlowe, Kent, clothier, 8 September 1635, proved 27 November 1 1635. To the poor of Hadlowe ten shillings. To my daughter Susan, already preferred, fifty shillings. The like sum to daughter Margaret, likewise preferred. To daughter Joane, already preferred, one shilling. To my daughter Sara forty pounds within three months next after my decease. To wife Sara all the household stuff of mine which is in my now dwelling house situate at Barnestreet in Hadlowe and the five pounds per annum which is to be paid out of my lands in Goodherst, Kent, during her natural life. I give her also three pounds per annum to be paid to her during her natural life out of my tenementi and lands in Yalding, Kent. And she shall have her dwelling and abiding in my dwelling house aforesaid after my decease during the whole term of her natural life, with free access, ingress, egress and recourse to and from the same and into and from the gardens and orchards for herbs, water and for her brewing, baking, washing, drying and the like needful occasions. To my son Joseph Myrriam all such household stull as I shall have at the time of my decease remaining and being in the house wherein he now dwelleth situate in Tewdly, or elsewhere where he shall then dwell, being in his custody or possession. To George Mirriam my son five pounds and to his daughter Mary, my god daughter, five shillings. To William Howe, my grandchild, ten shillings and to every child of his father Thomas Howe which be had by my daughter, his late deceased wife, I will five shillings. To William Mirriam my grandchild, son of the said Joseph my son, five shillings. And touching my lands and tenements I will to Joseph Mirriam my son &c. all my lands and tenements in Yalding charged with the before mentioned annuity of three pounds. To Robert my son the messuage wherein I now dwell, in Hadlowe with the barns, outhhouses, yards, gardens, orchard and all my lands thereto belonging, and all other my lands, tenements &c. in Hadlowe. And I give him all my goods and chattels not formerly bequeathed. And I make him sole executor.
Proved by Christopher Crispe, Notary Public, attorney for Robert Mirriam, son and executor.
Rochester Wills, Vol. xxii. (1631-1644), vol. 165. 
Merriam, William (I8889)
 
114 "...after graduation from High School attended Drexel Institute, Philadelphia, Penn., then transferred to the University of Alabama where he graduated with the degree of B. S. in Aeronautical Engineering. At the present time he is technical assistant to Head, Engines Branch, Power Plants Division Bureau of Naval Weapons, Navy Department, Washington 25, D. C. In 1957 was appointed to the Civil Service Board of Examiners for Aeronautical Engineers. He is listed in Who's Who in Engineering. Home: Arlington, Virginia." Rust, William Walter Jr. (I5907)
 
115 "...by ye Rev'd mr. Seth Storer minister of the Gospel in Watertown." Family F2660
 
116 "...perhaps a daughter of Rev. Ephraim Allyne of Hertfordshire... Allyne, Phebe (I8829)
 
117 "...Thomas Hicks, who was one of the proprietors of Marblehead, Mass., in 1649, moved to Scituate in the Plymouth Colony, and died between 10 January 1632/33, when his will was dated, and 3 October, 1653, when his widow, Margaret, executrix of his will, took oath to the inventory, which amounted to £18. 2s. The testator bequeathed to his sons Zachariah, Daniel, and Samuel... (Cf. Savage's Genealogical Dictionary, Pope's Pioneers of Massachusetts, and the Register, Vol. 5, pg. 260." Family F2729
 
118 "a. 81 y. 5 m. 24 d." Knowlton, Thomas (I4731)
 
119 "a. about 74." King, Capt. Henry (I7351)
 
120 "age 24 nearly" Maynard, Fanny W. (I4899)
 
121 "age 35," according to some. Cambridge VR, citing a grave stone inscription, says "age 55." Given her marriage date, the younger age seems more likely (married at age 20, not 40.) Green, Bethia (I7941)
 
122 "aged 80 years and two months." Fuller, Thomas (I8844)
 
123 "Amiable and beloved husband, farewell, /
Thy years were few but thy virtues we many. /
They are recorded not on this perishing stone /
but in the Book of Life, and in the hearts/
of Thy afflicted friends. 
Coats, Hiram (I1620)
 
124 "application for enrollment in Q.M. Reserve Corp favorably acted on; final exam June 6th." Warren, Waterman Goulding (I77)
 
125 "At about age 21, (c. 1799) moved to Caldwell County, NC. Bought a tract of land near Bee Mountain... a few miles north of Littlejohns Church in Caldwell County."
 
McCall, Samuel Alexander (I280)
 
126 "Book-keeping at a glance: a simple and concise method of practical book-keeping," [Publisher: New York: Platt & Nourse, ©1893], and "Manufacturing cost accounts; being a manual of instruction for bookkeepers and managers in factory cost accounting," [Publisher: Brooklyn, N.Y.: The author, ©1913] Brierly, John Thomas (I95)
 
127 "Born in PA about 1780. He came to North Carolina with his parents when he was a young man and soon married Phoebe Smith of Henry Country, VA. They bought a large tract of land near the foot of Burkemont Mountain, about five miles southwest of Morganton." (The McCall Family of Ireland and America, pg. 3) McCall, John (I1716)
 
128 "both of Woburn." Family F85
 
129 "by Mr. Isarell Chancey." Family F2759
 
130 "Calvin served in the Confederate Army with the hospital service and he was a scout in the Mexican War. A granddaughter recalls he had a scar on his face from a war injury. He is said to have died of pneumonia, after searching in the rain for a leather pouch containing gold pieces he had lost. (The pouch being found years later at the Cotton Gin in north Rome, GA.)" Cordle, Calvin C. (I1156)
 
131 "Campbell, Charles H., age 40, Volunteer, May, 1864, one hundred days, One Hundred and Forty-eighth Regiment, Company H, Corporal, served four months, discharged, September 14th, 1864." Campbell, Charles Henry (I8124)
 
132 "Campbell, Theodore W., age 20, Volunteer, May 18, 1864, one hundred days, One Hundred and Forty-eighth Regiment, Company H, private, four months, discharged, September 14th, 1864." His rank was Private. Campbell, Theodore Wilder (I7274)
 
133 "Catherine" on her gravestone though frequently spelled "Katherine" in public records. Saye, Catherine (I1163)
 
134 "compiled for her sister, both daughters of Marianna Howe and grand-daughters of
William Howe" 1066-1931 
Source (S100)
 
135 "Cornelius Putnam joined the First Congregational Church in 1729, as did Sarah, his wife." Putnam, Cornelius (I624)
 
136 "Dea." "a. abt. 40 y." Woodbury, Deacon Peter Jr. (I8376)
 
137 "Dea., July 5, 1704, a. abt. 64 y." Woodbury, Deacon Peter Sr. (I8378)
 
138 "During the 18th century, the Boston town clerk did not keep records of deaths. There are numerous sources in which death and burial records can be found: newspaper obituaries and death notices, church records, sexton's burial bills, private diaries, published Bible records, vital records of other Massachusetts towns, manuscripts at Boston City Hall Archives and the New England Historic Genealogical Society, and cemetery records. While much of this material is in print, it can take an enormous amount of time and effort to search all the possibilities. The purpose of this book, and the companion volume on Boston cemeteries, is to save the researcher time by identifying the source or sources in which the death of a particular person may be found." Source (S1065)
 
139 "Eddy family" says at Auburn, "Historic Homes" says at Oxford. He listed his children in his will, dated 5 June 1793: Samuel, John, Rufus, Susannah, and Ruth. Presumably Isabella died before this time. Eddy, Samuel (I5227)
 
140 "Elizabeth" in DAR records Parker, Mary (I8348)
 
141 "First District. Hon. Martin V. B. Jefferson, Republican, woolen manufacturer, of Worcester, was born in Uxbridge, April 19, 1833, and was educated in the local schools. A member of the House in 1880 and 1881, he was on the Committees on the Hoosac Tunnel and on Rules and Orders. In the Senate last year, he was Chairman of the Committee on Federal Relations and a member of the Committees on the Treasury, on Expenditures, and on Election Laws. Committees: Railroads; Labor." Jefferson, Martin Van Buren (I1792)
 
142 "Frank" in the 1870 US Census for Millbury. Brierly, Benjamin Franklin (I3987)
 
143 "Frank" was a laborer in a cotton mill renting their home. Family F25
 
144 "Georgia, Deaths, 1928-1939," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:QJX9-468G : accessed 6 May 2015), Katherine Saye in entry for Elijah Katherine Standridge, 04 Oct 1937; citing Chicopee, Hall, Georgia, United States, certificate number , Georgia Archives, Morrow. Poole, Eliza Katherine (I8432)
 
145 "Georgia, Deaths, 1928-1939," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:QJX9-468G : accessed 6 May 2015), Katherine Saye in entry for Elijah Katherine Standridge, 04 Oct 1937; citing Chicopee, Hall, Georgia, United States, certificate number , Georgia Archives, Morrow. Poole, Eliza Katherine (I8432)
 
146 "Grace K. Whitney, wife of Joseph C. Whitney and dau. of Sarah & Joseph Goulding late of Auburn, d. Dec. 7, 1846, Ae 32." Goulding, Grace K. (I3200)
 
147 "He had been a selectman, and accumulated a handsome estate." Bemis, Joshua (I5108)
 
148 "He resided in Ipswich until advanced in years, when he gave up his farm there and went to live with his son William at Chebacco (now Essex) where he died 1699-1700." Goodhue, Deacon William (I5997)
 
149 "He was a contractor and builder living at Lenoir, North Carolina. He had the contract to do the carpenter work on the State Hospital at Morganton. His large carpenter shop was equipped to do all kinds of woodwork." (The McCall Family of Ireland and America, pg. 4) Shell, Azor (I1647)
 
150 "He was temporarily deposed during the Commonwealth, 1653-1659." Gilbert, Michael (I8090)
 

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