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Grant Young Bullock 1920 Coalville Census
Grant Young Bullock 1920 Coalville Census
Census shows Grant Y. Bullock age 51, Margaret E. Bullock 51, Gerald Bullock 22, Arthur O. Bullock 21, Howard Bullock 18, Albert Bullock 11, Frank Bullock 8. 
 
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Grant Young Bullock Death Certificate
Grant Young Bullock Death Certificate
Died June 8, 1951. Son of Thomas Bullock from England and Betsy Prudence Howard from England. 
 
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Harold West Smith headstone
Harold West Smith headstone
Hillcrest Cemetery
Shelley, Bingham County, Idaho, USA
Plot: Plot D, Lot 9, Block 1, Space 3 
 
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Henry and Catherine Mann, James and Margaret Brummett, and Sarah Brummett on 1850 census.
Henry and Catherine Mann, James and Margaret Brummett, and Sarah Brummett on 1850 census.
Somerset, Belmont, Ohio. Henry and Catherine Mann (Margaret Ann Mann's parents) are on the same page as Margaret's family. The Peter Mann is Margaret's brother. 
 
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Intention of Marriage for Matthieu Garrigues & Susanne Rochet
Intention of Marriage for Matthieu Garrigues & Susanne Rochet
Taken from Walloon Church records, The Hague, Netherlands. 
 
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Jacob and Sarah Garrigus commemorative headstone
Jacob and Sarah Garrigus commemorative headstone
1st Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Morristown, Morris County, NJ USA

Inscription: Jacob
Garrigus
PVT
Morris Co Mil
Rev War
1716
1798
Sarah
Garrigus
1720
1777

[Note: This stone is a VA commemorative erected on Sept 15, 2001] 
 
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Jacob Garrigus - 1820 Census
Jacob Garrigus - 1820 Census
Fairfield Township, Butler County, Ohio. Shows Jacob Garrigus household with 1 male between 26 and 45 years of age (Jacob), 1 male under age 10 (son David), 3 females under 10 years of age (presumably daughters Esther, Margaret, and Julia Ann), and 1 female under age 26 (Elizabeth Spivey Garrigus). He was engaged in agriculture.

Jacob's older brother Jeptha Garrigus appears on the next page of the same census record.

Also of note is that on this same census page are records for a John Spivey and a John Vinnedge. See the record for Elizabeth Spivey (Jacob's wife) for more details on this connection. 
 
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Jacob Garrigus Death Record.
Jacob Garrigus Death Record.
This record indicates that Jacob Garrigues died at the age of 82 of "fever" 
 
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Jacob Garrigus signature
Jacob Garrigus signature
from Rockaway Presbyterian Church original subscriber list (1758) 
 
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James B. Brummitt & Margaret Mann Marriage license
James B. Brummitt & Margaret Mann Marriage license
Married 27 March 1839 at Belmont,Ohio 
 
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James Brummett and Margarett Mann Brummett 1860 Census
James Brummett and Margarett Mann Brummett 1860 Census
Liberty Township, Adair, Missouri, United States

While the record indicates "John" instead of "James", extensive research indicates this is most likely a mistake. All previous and later records indicate that the head of this household at this time is "James Brummett".

Household Gender Age Birthplace
John Brummett M 47 Virginia
Margarett Brummett F 47 Virginia
Mary Brummett F 19 Ohio
Mahala Brummett F 18 Ohio
Phebey Brummett F 14 Ohio
David Brummett M 16 Ohio
Cena Brummett F 12 Ohio
Annie Brummett F 10 Ohio
James Brummett M 8 Ohio
Laura Brummett F 7 Ohio
George Brummett M 2 Missouri 
 
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James McDowell headstone
James McDowell headstone
James McDowell/ Died/ June 4, 1849/ Aged 57 years/ Ann, his wife/ died Nov. 1842/ Aged 45 years./ Also Thos. McDowell/ died Oct. 19, 1838/ aged 29 years.

Located in Christ Church (Anglican) Cemetery, Pennfield, New Brunswick, Canada. Block A, Row #4, plot #10. Details at http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~nbpennfi/penn2f.htm

The Thomas McDowell buried with them is unknown. 
 
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James McDowell will
James McDowell will
From http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~nbpennfi/penn3McDowell_J_LWT.htm provided and transribed by Gregory E. McDowell

It is this document (particularly the reference to Mary and Walter Warks) that has helped solidify much of the McDowell family history, including my families connection to James McDowell and his descendants.

Notes provided by Greg:
1 - Letter most probably was recorded my James McDowell's lawyer George Crickett and then signed by James McDowell.
2. James McDowell signed his name with two L's in McDowell.
3. Lawyer wrote the letter with only one L in the McDowell name.
4. Lawyers of that time period often wrote making an "f" or "p" or "ss" look very similar.

Transcription:
In the name of God. Amen.
I James McDowel of the parish of Pennfield in the county of Charlotte and Province of New Brunswick, farmer, being weak in body but sound in mind, do publish and declare this my last will and testament in manner following - First - I give, bequeath and devise to my son-in-law, John Kernaghnan, and his wife Elizabeth and the surviver of them during their natural life; and after their decease to their daughter Margaret Kernaghnan, and her heirs forever twenty-five acres of land, to be taken off the western side of my Grant, in said parish, where they now reside; commencing on its eastern side at a pop [on up] the road and following a cut near my barn and running down north until it reaches the head of the swamp, about ten rods from the road, and from that being twenty perches wide and running so far back as to make the said twenty-five acres.

Secondly - I give and devise my half of a pew in the church, in said parish, to my daughter-in-law, Jane McDowel, and her heirs forever.

Thirdly - I will authorize and desire my Executor herein after named and appointed within twelve months after my decease, to sell all the remaining property which I may own at the time of my death, both real and personal and out of the proceeds thereof to purchase and erect at my grave, a decent head stone with a suitable inscription - Of the remainder I give and bequeath to my sons James McDowell, John McDowell, William McDowell, and Duncan McDowell five shillings each, to my daughter Margaret Chambers five shillings - to her son Stephen Chambers five pounds, to my grand children, Thomas McDowel, Ann McDowel, Elizabeth McDowel and Mary Jane McDowel, thirty shillings each; and the residue, if any there be, to be divided equally between my daughter Mary Warks, wife of Walter Warks, who now resides in Scotland, and my two sisters Margaret Geddis, near Newtownards, and Mary Cleland near Downpatricks, Ireland. I wish the five pounds which I have willed to Stephen Chambers to be put out in interests until he arrives at the age of twenty one years and, then, to be paid to him with whatever interests may accrue on the same -

Lastly I nominate and appoint George Crickett *Executor* of this my last will and testament, hereby invoking all other will or wills heretofore made by me -

In [witness whereof], I have hereunto set my hand and seal, this twenty third day of November, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and forty eight.

James McDowell

Signed, sealed, published be declared by the above named James McDowel, as his last will and testament in presence of us, who have hereunto subscribed our names, as [witnesses] thereto in the presence of the said Testators and in presence of each other. The word "Executor" being first interlined in this second page

Sam Thomson
Alex McKay
Eliza Tatton 
 
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James Salmon 1880 Coalville Census
James Salmon 1880 Coalville Census
Census shows James Salmon age 45, Margaret Salmon 41 (first wife who died in 1940), Margaret Salmon 21, Robert Salmon 20, William Salmon 16, Franklin Salmon 12, Mary Salmon 10, David Salmon 7, Alexander Salmon 5, Thomas Salmon 4, Joseph Salmon 1. 
 
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James Salmon 1900 Coalville Census
James Salmon 1900 Coalville Census
Census shows James Salmon age 66, Emma J Salmon 31, David Salmon 28, Alexander Salmon 26, Thomas Salmon 24, Joseph Salmon 22, Martha A. Salmon 20, Miriam E. Salmon 13, Albert R. Salmon 10, Florence E. Salmon 7, Charles W. Salmon 4, Maybelle Salmon 1. 
 
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James Salmon 1910 Coalville Census
James Salmon 1910 Coalville Census
Census shows James Salmon age 70, woman listed as Halma as wife age 40, I'm guessing it's Emma since that was his wife at the time, Albert R. Salmon 20, Florence Salmon 18, Charles Salmon age 14, Maybelle Salmon 11, Thella Salmon 8, Clyde Salmon 5. 
 
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James Salmon 1920 Census
James Salmon 1920 Census
Census shows James Salmon age 85, Emma Salmon 50, Maybelle Salmon 21, Clyde Salmon 15. 
 
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James Salmon Death Certificate
James Salmon Death Certificate
Died Oct 14, 1923. Father: Robert Salmon born Scotland. Mother: Mary Wier born in Scotland. Husband of Emma Salmon. Date of Birth: Apr 21, 1834. Buried on Oct 18, 1923 in Coalville City Cemetery. 
 
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James Salmon's first wife, Margaret Robertson, Death Certificate
James Salmon's first wife, Margaret Robertson, Death Certificate
Margaret died in Coalville on May 1, 1940. James married Emma in 1889. 
 
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Jane Garrigus Arehart
Jane Garrigus Arehart
 
 
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Jane Garrigus Arehart - Death Certificate
Jane Garrigus Arehart - Death Certificate
Show's Jane's death on July 3, 1915 in Benton, Knox, Missouri at age 91 years 3 months. Cause of death: Carcinoma of Rectum (yikes!) 
 
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Jared & Mary Smith Family
Jared & Mary Smith Family
 
 
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John F Smith family on 1910 Census
John F Smith family on 1910 Census
Census record shows:

John, age 39, Farmer
Lillie, age 30
Madge, age 8
Lawrence, age 5
Lloyd, age 2

Note that "Lloyd" is often transcribed as "Floyd". 
 
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John F., Lillian, and Madge Marie Smith
John F., Lillian, and Madge Marie Smith
Photo was taken 1904 or 1905. 
 
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John Ferguson, Mary Ferguson, and Agnes Wark membership record
John Ferguson, Mary Ferguson, and Agnes Wark membership record
Membership record for the Holytown branch showing names, ages, occupations, and residences of members. Date of the record is unknown, but based on ages is likely 1866.

John Ferguison, age 49, occupation of miner. In the Motherwell Branch (Motherwell is a township 7 miles south of Airdrie).

Mary Ferguison, age 54.

Agnes Wark, age 26. Agnes is shown under a listing of "Scattered Members". 
 
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John Smith and Isobel Reid marriage record
John Smith and Isobel Reid marriage record
Recorded 2nd Sabbath of January, 1799. Airdrie, Scotland. 
 
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John Smith and Lillie Arehart Marriage Certificate
John Smith and Lillie Arehart Marriage Certificate
Shows both living in Rexburg. Marriage certificate provided in St. Anthony, Fremont, Idaho on 4 October 1901. 
 
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John Smith birth record
John Smith birth record
Recorded 12 May 1771 in Airdrie, Lanarkshire, Scotland 
 
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Joseph Heber Stallings
Joseph Heber Stallings
 
 
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Joseph Heber Stallings 1900 Salt Lake Census
Joseph Heber Stallings 1900 Salt Lake Census
Census shows Joseph H. Stallings 53, Hannah Stallings 27 (4th wife), Marjorie Stallings (step-daughter) 6, Mary Stallings 22, Williams Stallings 19, Arthur Stallings 17, Alice H. Stallings 14 
 
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Joseph Heber Stallings Death Certificate 1925
Joseph Heber Stallings Death Certificate 1925
Shows Joseph died Feb. 24, 1925 in Salt Lake, Utah. He was widowed and his wife was Sarah Wilde Stallings. His parents are listed as Joseph Stallings born in Maryland and Margaret Shefflin birthplace unknown. 
 
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Joseph Stallings
Joseph Stallings
 
 
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Joseph Stallings (sr.) 1860 Salt Lake Census
Joseph Stallings (sr.) 1860 Salt Lake Census
Census shows Joseph Stallings 40, Caroline Stallings (second wife) 45, Heber Stallings 15, Florence Stallings 9, Gertrude Stallings 5, Charles Stallings 4, Emma Stallings 1. 
 
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Joseph Stallings Headstone
Joseph Stallings Headstone
 
 
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Last Will & Testament of David Garrigus
Last Will & Testament of David Garrigus
Signed November 6, 1812 (David age 64) and executed on October 16, 1815 (2 weeks after David's death).

Accounting for inflation, the sums of cash exchanged would be worth close to $60,000 today. 
 
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LDS Membership record for John Ferguson, Mary Ferguson (Agnes' mother), and Agnes Wark
LDS Membership record for John Ferguson, Mary Ferguson (Agnes' mother), and Agnes Wark
LDS church membership record for the Holytown Branch, Lanarkshire, Scotland, page 6.

John Ferguison, born August 1, 1817 in (illegible city), Down, Ireland. Baptized February 24, 1861 by Spears Lawson. Confirmed March 3, 1861 by James Bullock.

Mary Ferguison, born December 14, 1812 in (illegible city), Down, Ireland. Baptized February 24, 1861 by Spears Lawson. Confirmed March 3, 1861 by Robert McLachlan.

Agnes Wark, born December 28, 1840 in Colliertree, Airdrie, Scotland. Baptized April 13, 1861 by John Dick. Confirmed April 14, 1861 by John Scott. Notation of "Cutoff 22 Sept 1867".

Colliertree is the name of a major road in Airdrie. Agnes was 20 when baptized. This is one year before her marriage to George.

(On a personal note, I just stumbled upon this record while scanning the film for records for the Irvine branch. As I quickly scrolled the microfilm through the other branches listed, I stopped momentarily and the name "Agnes Wark" jumped out at me from the screen.) 
 
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Levi and Eliza Kendall Cabin
Levi and Eliza Kendall Cabin
This original cabin is maintained in the city park located on Main Street and Center Street in Mapleton, Utah. It is the original cabin, but is not in the original location. It was probably built in the 1880s by Levi and Eliza Kendall. 
 
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Levi and Eliza Kendall Cabin
Levi and Eliza Kendall Cabin
This original cabin is maintained in the city park located on Main Street and Center Street in Mapleton, Utah. It is the original cabin, but is not in the original location. It was probably built in the 1880s by Levi and Eliza Kendall.

Monument reads:

Levi Kendall Home

This log cabin was built by Levi N. Kendall, born April 19, 1822, Rockport, Niagara County, New York. He was member of the advance guard of the first company of pioneers to enter the Salt Lake Valley, July 24, 1847, where he assisted in the first plowing and planting. After arriving there he was legally adopted by Brigham Young. He was also a veteran of the Echo Canyon and Indian Wars. He and his wife Eliza came to Mapleton in the 1880's as some of the first settlers. The home was built soon after their arrival. 
 
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Levi and Eliza Kendall's Cabin
Levi and Eliza Kendall's Cabin
This original cabin is maintained in the city park located on Main Street and Center Street in Mapleton, Utah. It is the original cabin, but is not in the original location. It was probably built in the 1880s by Levi and Eliza Kendall. 
 
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Levi and Inza Barzee 50th Wedding Anniversary Announcement
Levi and Inza Barzee 50th Wedding Anniversary Announcement
14 Dec 1970 issue of the Post-Register, Idaho Falls, Idaho. 
 
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Levi Barzee - World War One Draft Registration Card
Levi Barzee - World War One Draft Registration Card
Levi Derious Barzee WWI Draft Registration Card. September 12, 1918. Residence in Ozone, Bonneville, Idaho. Employed as a Farmer.

There is no record of Levi serving active duty in WWI. The war concluded just 2 months after this registration, so it is unlikely. He was back at home living with his parents in January 1920 (as shown on the census). 
 
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Levi Barzee, Inza Barzee, and Aidah M. Barzee - 1930 Census
Levi Barzee, Inza Barzee, and Aidah M. Barzee - 1930 Census
Ozone Precinct, Bonneville County, Idaho. Shows Levi D. Barzee (age 32) and wife Inez (Inza) Barzee (28) and children David L. Barzee (8), Ivan Barzee (6), Laverna (Verna) Barzee (5), and Cecil L. Barzee (1 year 8 months). Also Levi's mother Aidah M. Barzee (age 73). Note that Levi's brothers Chester Barzee and Clark Barzee are on the same census page. 
 
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Levi Kendall
Levi Kendall
Photograph by George Edward Anderson. Probably around 1880.

Courtesy, L.Tom Perry Special Collections, Harold B. Lee Library, Brigham Young University, Provo, UT 84602. 
 
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Levi Newell Kendall
Levi Newell Kendall
 
 
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Levi Newell Kendall
Levi Newell Kendall
Extracted from the 1897 Pioneer Jubilee Photo. 
 
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Levi Newell Kendall as a young man
Levi Newell Kendall as a young man
 
 
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Levi Newell Kendall Headstone
Levi Newell Kendall Headstone
Evergreen Cemetery, Springville, Utah. Adjacent to his wife Eliza Clements. Indicates he was a Sergeant of the 1st Regiment, 2nd Brigade of the Utah Territorial Militia and a veteran of the Indian Wars. 
 
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Life Sketch of Harold West Smith
Life Sketch of Harold West Smith
 
 
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Lillian Smith death certificate
Lillian Smith death certificate
Death April 11, 1915 at the Idaho Insane Asylum. Cause is General Paralysis (Paresis) of the Insane (i.e., dementia). She was only 35 years old at the time of her death. Informant is J. H. Arehart - almost certainly Joseph Howard Arehart, her older brother who lived in Idaho Falls at the time. 
 
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Lloyd Lorenso Smith
Lloyd Lorenso Smith
Photo taken from the article about his death in the Idaho Falls Post Register, March 1962. 
 

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