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||1841 Census record for Walter Wark and family (including Agnes Wark)|
Census record from 1841 in New Monkland, Lanarkshire, Scotland.
WARK Walter M 33 Coll Miner Outside Census County
MCDOUGEL Marey F 30 Lanarkshire
WARK Robert M 3 Lanarkshire
WARK Agnes F 5m Lanarkshire
UNKNOWN Jean F 6 Ireland
Of note is that an age of 33 for Walter would make a birth year of ~1808. "Marey McDougel" is "Mary McDowell". The age for Agnes is in line with her own later records. Additionally, the profession of coal miner is the same as is listed for "Robert Wark" on Agnes' marriage certificate and on Walter's LDS church membership record. There is currently no other known information about son/brother Robert Wark. The Jean from Ireland who is also recorded with them is also unknown.
Note that Clarkston Parish is part of (East side) of Airdrie, only one mile from their residence on Craig and Stirling Streets. Also of note is the reference to Craig Nook (sp?) which is the very short street on which they are found on in later records.
This is the only Walter Wark found in all of Scotland on the 1841 census. There are no Walter Wark's found on the 1851 census, which was after Walter had passed away.
||1871 Census record for John and Mary Ferguson|
1871 Census record for John and Mary Ferguson
99 Aitchison Street, Aidrie, Scotland
John, age 55, Coal Miner, from Ireland
Mary, age 60, from Ireland
Of note is that 99 Aitchison Street is just a few blocks from Craig Street where daughter Agnes is found on the same census.
||A Brief History of the Garrigus Family|
This 11-page summary provides brief and relevant details into five generations of the Garrigues/Garrigus family - Matthieu Garrigues, Jacob Garrigus, David Garrigus, Jacob Garrigus, and Jane Garrigus - with insight into earlier ancestors, the name "Garrigues", and interesting tidbits.
I compiled this document from other known resources, primarily the works of Robert Garrigus, to be a brief history of the family with relevant details into my direct progenitors. Please inform me of updates or corrections.
- Jared Smith
||Agnes Smith & Family Ship Manifest|
Passenger list for the ship Idaho, departed Liverpool, England and Queenstown, Ireland and arrived New York on 29 Oct 1877.
Agnes Smith, age 36
John, 4 (his actual age was 7)
Walter, 2 months
||Agnes Wark Jensen - Death Certificate|
Died August 31, 1918 in Ophir, Tooele, Utah from Brights Disease.
- Mother's maiden name as Getons. There's no record of this name anywhere.
- Her birth year and age are likely off by one year. Other records show she was born in 1840, not 1839.
- Death from Bright's Disease. Ouch!
||Agnes Wark Smith Jensen - 1880 Census|
Shows Agnes Jensen (39) with children Mary Smith (14), George Smith (12), John Smith (10), James H Smith (5), Joseph W Smith (3), and Sarah A Jensen (9 months). Location is Orderville, Kane County, Utah.
She states her mother was born in Ireland.
The next record is her husband Lars R Jensen with his other first wife Elizabeth and their children.
||Agnes Wark Smith Jensen - 1900 Census|
Shows Agnes (age 59) her with husband Lars R Jensen (75) in Vineyard, Utah in June 1900.
||Agnes Wark Smith Jensen - 1910 Census|
Shows Agnes as a single household at age 70 in Pleasant View, Utah. Note that the next entry is for her son George.
||Alexander Smith - Death Record - 26 Apr 1872|
Name: Alexander Smith
Occupation: Handloom Weaver
Married to Janet Swan
Date/Time: April 26th, 8 hour, 15minutes, (illegible)
Location: 24 Bell Street, Airdrie
Age: 69 years
Father: John Smith - Handloom Weaver (Deceased)
Mother: Elizabeth Smith (maiden name Reid) (Deceased)
Medical Attendant by whom certified: As Cert. By Thomas Torrance, Surgeon
Informant: John Smith, son. Present at death.
Registered: 1872, April 26th at Airdrie
||Alexander Smith birth record - October 23, 1803|
Parents: John Smith & Isobel Ried (Isobel Reid)
Bottom entry on the page.
||Benjamin Williams 1900 Park City Census|
Census shows Benjamin Williams 43, Mary Williams 41, Mary Williams 14, Nephi Williams 15, Ernest Williams 12, Myrtle R. Williams 11, Leland S. Williams 9, Floyd D. Williams 2.
||Benjamin Williams 1910 Park City Census|
Census Shows Benjamin Williams 54, Mary Williams 51, Floyd D. Williams 12, Ernest D. Williams 22, Rachel Williams (daughter-in-law) 20, Margaret Williams (granddaughter) O.
||Betsy Prudence Howard Bullock 1860 Salt Lake Census|
Census shows Lucy Bullock (second wife) age 40, Betsy Bullock 25 born in England, Joseph Bullock 8, Sarah Bullock 6, Samuel Bullock 6, Flora Eve Bullock 4, Lucy Caroline Bullock 1, Sarah Lovinia Bullock 1, Thomas Clayton a farm laborer age 27.
||Certification of Jacob Garrigues service |
This certificate, provided in 1958, shows details of Jacob's military service in the Revolutionary War.
||Christopher Allen 1871 England Census|
Shows Christopher age 55, Elizabeth 43, Joseph, Christopher, Elijah, Mary Ellen, & Elizabeth in the Parish of Whitwick.
||Christopher Allen 1880 Census|
Coalville census with Christopher 64, Elizabeth 51, Elijah 22, Lizzie (Elizabeth) 14, Joseph 24
||Church Membership Record 1701|
Church membership record in The Hague, Netherlands 1701
||Death Record for Sarah Garrigus|
Last line shows Sarah Garrigus, recorded July 18, 1777 - age 57 years. Died of Dysentery.
Note what appears to be a significant number of deaths in a few days. Sarah's grandchild (most likely Sarah daughter of Jacob) died 4 days later at the same location.
||Edgar Gerald Bullock 1930 Coalville Census
Grant Young Bullock 1930 Coalville Census|
Census shows E. Gerald Bullock 32, Maybelle Bullock 31, Marselle Bullock 7, Wayne Bullock 4.
Below that, it shows Grant Y. Bullock 61, Margaret Bullock 61, Albert Bullock 20, Frank Bullock 18.
||Emma Jones Death Certificate|
Date of death May 26, 1954. Father: Robert Jones born in England. Mother: Miriam Richins born in England. Wife of James Salmon. Died in Coalville. Buried May 29, 1954 in Coalville City Cemetery.
||Famous Park Relatives|
A spreadsheet of 'famous' relatives through on mother's side. There are 262 on the list - I had no idea I was related to most of these.
||Floyd Dewey Williams family shown on 1930 Census|
Coalville, Summit County, Utah 1930 Census. Shows Floyd D. Williams at age 32, Ruby age 30, David 9, Robert 6, Maxine 1 yr 3 mo.
||Floyd Dewey Williams World War 1 Draft Registration Card|
World War 1 Draft Registration Card for Floyd Dewey Williams, 1918
||Gasner Arehart family on 1870 Census|
Gasner Arehart family on 1870 census. Note the spelling of "Airhart", which deviates from "Arehart" on previous and successive census records. Shows Gasner age 27 with an occupation of farmer, Sarah age 23, George H Arehart age 4, Anna Arehart (shown on most family histories as Amie Jane Arehart) age 3, and "No Name" (actually Katurah Alice Arehart) age 1 month.
||Gasner Arehart family on 1880 Census|
Gasner Arehart family on 1880 Census. Shows Gasner (age 38), Sarah (32), George (13), Ana (12), Katorah (10), Layezena (9), Dallas (7), William (5), Joseph (3), and Lillie (9 months). Gasner's occupation is listed as Farmer.
||Gasner Arehart family on 1900 Census|
Gasner Arehart family on 1900 Census. Shows Gasner (age 57) with occupation of "Minister of God". Wife is Annie L. Gasner (transcribed as Anne Gasner, age 57). Daughters are Lillie M. Gasner (my ancestor, age 20) and Lou E. Gasner (female, age 13). Lou Effie is the daughter of Mary Francis Arnold.
||George Brewin 1841 England Census|
Parish of Sheepshed 1841 Census shows George Brewin age 40, Sarah Brewin 15, Hannah Brewin 8, Eliza Brewin 6.
||George Smith Birth Record - 9 April 1836|
George Smith / Son of Alexander Smith, Weaver, Airdrie & Jane Swan was born 9th April & baptized 15th May 1836.
Weaver is his profession. Airdrie is father's residence.
||George Smith Death Certificate|
1871 Deaths in the Burgh of Airdrie in the County of Lanark, Scottland
Occupation: Pauper, Flesher, Journeyman
Married Agnes Wark
Died 1871, May 3rd at 6 Craig Street, Airdrie at age 35
Father: Alexander Smith, Handloom Weaver
Mother: Janet Swan Smith (MS Reid)
Cause of death: Chronic bronchitis and Dropsy, many months
Signed by Feler McGary (appears on 1871 census as a boarder)
||George Smith/Agnes Wark - Marriage Record - July 4, 1862|
5th Stirling Street
After Banns according to the Forms of the Free Church of Scotland
Georgh Smith (Flesher) (Bachelor) - age 25
Agnes Wark (Washer Woman/Spinster) - age 23
Stirling St., Airdrie
Alexander Smith (Cotton Weaver)
Janet Reid Smith (maiden name Swan)
Robert Wark (Coal miner - Deceased)
Mary Wark (maiden name Ferguson)
William Jackson, Minr. Free West Church, Airdrie
Spelling of Georgh (George)
See Walter Wark's record for details about Robert Wark. This probably refers to Agnes' brother, not father.
Mary Wark's maiden name is listed as Ferguson, but this is Mary's remarried name (married John Ferguson before 1861).
Alexander Smith (George's father) is a witness.
||Grant Young Bullock 1900 Coalville Census|
Census shows Grant Y. Bullock age 31, Margaret E. Bullock 31, Grant E. Bullock 5, Edgar G. Bullock 3, Arthur O. Bullock 1.
||Grant Young Bullock 1910 Coalville Census|
Shows Grant Bullock age 41, Margaret Bullock 40, (Grant) Elwood Bullock 14, Edgar G Bullock 12, Arthur Bullock 10, Howard H. Bullock 8, Thomas H. Bullock 6, Albert S. Bullock 1.
||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.
||Grant Young Bullock Death Certificate|
Died June 8, 1951. Son of Thomas Bullock from England and Betsy Prudence Howard from England.
||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.
||Intention of Marriage for Matthieu Garrigues & Susanne Rochet|
Taken from Walloon Church records, The Hague, Netherlands.
||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.
||Jacob Garrigus Death Record.|
This record indicates that Jacob Garrigues died at the age of 82 of "fever"
||Jacob Garrigus signature|
from Rockaway Presbyterian Church original subscriber list (1758)
||James B. Brummitt & Margaret Mann Marriage license|
Married 27 March 1839 at Belmont,Ohio
||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
||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.
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.
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
||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.
||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.
||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.
||James Salmon 1920 Census|
Census shows James Salmon age 85, Emma Salmon 50, Maybelle Salmon 21, Clyde Salmon 15.
||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.
||James Salmon's first wife, Margaret Robertson, Death Certificate|
Margaret died in Coalville on May 1, 1940. James married Emma in 1889.
||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!)
||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".