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51 Did he die in the Revolution? CURTISS, John (82) (I1813)
 
52 died as a child (3yrs old)

Source;
John Sheldon Shipley Dickson 1870
Jennie Myrtle Creager
Family Group Record

Creager-Welsh Families
Genealogical Association
%Deon Creager Smith
6154 South 2900 East
Ogden, Ut 84403 (801) 479-4244

Birth, baptism & marriage certificates in poss of Edith D. Fuller
Birth & marriage certificates in poss of Alice D. Galley
Birth & marriage certificates in poss of Leola D. Jacobson
Birth & marriage certificates in poss of Lee Grant Dickson
Birth & marriage certificates in poss of Lucy D. Eller
GS Film # 1239618 Entry #35779 (Endowments and Sealings)

Changed birth date from 9 Feb 1914 per above family group record 
DICKSON, Woodrow SHELDON (I132)
 
53 Died in a stabbing in a bar room brawl. PERKINS, FRANCIS MARION (I245)
 
54 Died in the revolutionary war STODDARD, Abijah (I212)
 
55 Died of Cancer JACOBSON, Keith David (I2737)
 
56 Died of cancer JACOBSON, Curtis Daniel (I2738)
 
57 Died of Cancer JACOBSON, Richard George (I2739)
 
58 Died of Cancer JACOBSON, Virginia Mae (I2740)
 
59 Died of cancer at the age of 33. JACOBSON, Peter Schwalbe (Jake) (I2735)
 
60 Died of Consumption or Tuberculosis PERKINS, Absalom (I229)
 
61 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F1073
 
62 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F1072
 
63 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F939
 
64 Donald Lines Jacobus, Families of Ancient New Haven ([CD]Baltimore, Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1981[originally]Rome, N.Y. and New Haven, Conn., 1922-1932), vol 2, p 358.
Selected and Introduced by Gary Boyd Roberts, Genealogies of Connecticut Families From The New England Historical and Genealogical Register ([CD]Baltimore, Genealogical Publishing Co., 1983), vol 2, p 186.
Ibid., vol 3, p 555.
Donald Lines Jacobus, Families of Ancient New Haven ([CD]Baltimore, Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1981[originally]Rome, N.Y. and New Haven, Conn., 1922-1932), vol 7, p 1665.
Ibid., vol 7, p 1665 
SPERRY, John (I2306)
 
65 Emigration info Source (S30)
 
66 Ephraim Stevens was active on the American side in the war 1775, and fought at Quebec city and was imprisonned there, In 1779 he was in a Quebec jail with cousin (625a) Benjamin Stevens. They escaped but were picked up and later exchanged 1782. STEVENS, Ephraim (I2357)
 
67 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I2733)
 
68 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I45)
 
69 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I2034)
 
70 Family Group Sheet
Peter Leon Galley 1903
Alice Nancy Dickson 1904

Sources used by Creager-Welsh Families are as follows:

Birth, Baptism & Marriage Certificates in possession of Peter L. Galley
Birth & marriage certificates in possession of Leona G. Rushing
Birth & marriage certificates in possession of Lewis S. Galley
Birth & marriage certificates in possession of Cecil D. Galley
Birth & marriage certificates in possession of Mary G. Johnson
Birth & marriage certificates in possession of Jennie G. Brown
Birth & marriage certificates in possession of Dallas V. Galley
Birth & marriage certificates in possession of Erva G. Brown


In OTHER MARRIAGES:

#1 child Leona married 2nd Kenneth Ray Rushing 14 Mar 1954
#3 child Cecil married 2nd Catherine Searle 15 June 1954
3rd Donna M. Pierce 4 Dec 1962
#6 child Dallas married 2nd Kay Brown 19 Feb 1965
3rd Donna Rae Stymen
#7 child Erva married 2nd Jerry Fagoni
3rd Earnest C. Harris 
OLSEN, Eulala (I2035)
 
71 Family Group Sheet
Peter Leon Galley 1903
Alice Nancy Dickson 1904

Sources used by Creager-Welsh Families are as follows:

Birth, Baptism & Marriage Certificates in possession of Peter L. Galley
Birth & marriage certificates in possession of Leona G. Rushing
Birth & marriage certificates in possession of Lewis S. Galley
Birth & marriage certificates in possession of Cecil D. Galley
Birth & marriage certificates in possession of Mary G. Johnson
Birth & marriage certificates in possession of Jennie G. Brown
Birth & marriage certificates in possession of Dallas V. Galley
Birth & marriage certificates in possession of Erva G. Brown


In OTHER MARRIAGES:

#1 child Leona married 2nd Kenneth Ray Rushing 14 Mar 1954
#3 child Cecil married 2nd Catherine Searle 15 June 1954
3rd Donna M. Pierce 4 Dec 1962
#6 child Dallas married 2nd Kay Brown 19 Feb 1965
3rd Donna Rae Stymen
#7 child Erva married 2nd Jerry Fagoni
3rd Earnest C. Harris 
SEARLE, Catherine (I2036)
 
72 Family Group Sheet
Peter Leon Galley 1903
Alice Nancy Dickson 1904

Sources used by Creager-Welsh Families are as follows:

Birth, Baptism & Marriage Certificates in possession of Peter L. Galley
Birth & marriage certificates in possession of Leona G. Rushing
Birth & marriage certificates in possession of Lewis S. Galley
Birth & marriage certificates in possession of Cecil D. Galley
Birth & marriage certificates in possession of Mary G. Johnson
Birth & marriage certificates in possession of Jennie G. Brown
Birth & marriage certificates in possession of Dallas V. Galley
Birth & marriage certificates in possession of Erva G. Brown


In OTHER MARRIAGES:

#1 child Leona married 2nd Kenneth Ray Rushing 14 Mar 1954
#3 child Cecil married 2nd Catherine Searle 15 June 1954
3rd Donna M. Pierce 4 Dec 1962
#6 child Dallas married 2nd Kay Brown 19 Feb 1965
3rd Donna Rae Stymen
#7 child Erva married 2nd Jerry Fagoni
3rd Earnest C. Harris 
PIERCE, Donna M (I2037)
 
73 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I2038)
 
74 Family Group Sheet
Peter Leon Galley 1903
Alice Nancy Dickson 1904

Sources used by Creager-Welsh Families are as follows:

Birth, Baptism & Marriage Certificates in possession of Peter L. Galley
Birth & marriage certificates in possession of Leona G. Rushing
Birth & marriage certificates in possession of Lewis S. Galley
Birth & marriage certificates in possession of Cecil D. Galley
Birth & marriage certificates in possession of Mary G. Johnson
Birth & marriage certificates in possession of Jennie G. Brown
Birth & marriage certificates in possession of Dallas V. Galley
Birth & marriage certificates in possession of Erva G. Brown


In OTHER MARRIAGES:

#1 child Leona married 2nd Kenneth Ray Rushing 14 Mar 1954
#3 child Cecil married 2nd Catherine Searle 15 June 1954
3rd Donna M. Pierce 4 Dec 1962
#6 child Dallas married 2nd Kay Brown 19 Feb 1965
3rd Donna Rae Stymen
#7 child Erva married 2nd Jerry Fagoni
3rd Earnest C. Harris 
JOHNSON, Louis Pierre (I2039)
 
75 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I2040)
 
76 Family Group Sheet
Peter Leon Galley 1903
Alice Nancy Dickson 1904

Sources used by Creager-Welsh Families are as follows:

Birth, Baptism & Marriage Certificates in possession of Peter L. Galley
Birth & marriage certificates in possession of Leona G. Rushing
Birth & marriage certificates in possession of Lewis S. Galley
Birth & marriage certificates in possession of Cecil D. Galley
Birth & marriage certificates in possession of Mary G. Johnson
Birth & marriage certificates in possession of Jennie G. Brown
Birth & marriage certificates in possession of Dallas V. Galley
Birth & marriage certificates in possession of Erva G. Brown


In OTHER MARRIAGES:

#1 child Leona married 2nd Kenneth Ray Rushing 14 Mar 1954
#3 child Cecil married 2nd Catherine Searle 15 June 1954
3rd Donna M. Pierce 4 Dec 1962
#6 child Dallas married 2nd Kay Brown 19 Feb 1965
3rd Donna Rae Stymen
#7 child Erva married 2nd Jerry Fagoni
3rd Earnest C. Harris 
BROWN, Billy Andrew (I2041)
 
77 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I2042)
 
78 Family Group Sheet
Peter Leon Galley 1903
Alice Nancy Dickson 1904

Sources used by Creager-Welsh Families are as follows:

Birth, Baptism & Marriage Certificates in possession of Peter L. Galley
Birth & marriage certificates in possession of Leona G. Rushing
Birth & marriage certificates in possession of Lewis S. Galley
Birth & marriage certificates in possession of Cecil D. Galley
Birth & marriage certificates in possession of Mary G. Johnson
Birth & marriage certificates in possession of Jennie G. Brown
Birth & marriage certificates in possession of Dallas V. Galley
Birth & marriage certificates in possession of Erva G. Brown


In OTHER MARRIAGES:

#1 child Leona married 2nd Kenneth Ray Rushing 14 Mar 1954
#3 child Cecil married 2nd Catherine Searle 15 June 1954
3rd Donna M. Pierce 4 Dec 1962
#6 child Dallas married 2nd Kay Brown 19 Feb 1965
3rd Donna Rae Stymen
#7 child Erva married 2nd Jerry Fagoni
3rd Earnest C. Harris 
CLOWARD, Mary True (I2043)
 
79 Family Group Sheet
Peter Leon Galley 1903
Alice Nancy Dickson 1904

Sources used by Creager-Welsh Families are as follows:

Birth, Baptism & Marriage Certificates in possession of Peter L. Galley
Birth & marriage certificates in possession of Leona G. Rushing
Birth & marriage certificates in possession of Lewis S. Galley
Birth & marriage certificates in possession of Cecil D. Galley
Birth & marriage certificates in possession of Mary G. Johnson
Birth & marriage certificates in possession of Jennie G. Brown
Birth & marriage certificates in possession of Dallas V. Galley
Birth & marriage certificates in possession of Erva G. Brown


In OTHER MARRIAGES:

#1 child Leona married 2nd Kenneth Ray Rushing 14 Mar 1954
#3 child Cecil married 2nd Catherine Searle 15 June 1954
3rd Donna M. Pierce 4 Dec 1962
#6 child Dallas married 2nd Kay Brown 19 Feb 1965
3rd Donna Rae Stymen
#7 child Erva married 2nd Jerry Fagoni
3rd Earnest C. Harris 
BROWN, Kay (I2044)
 
80 Family Group Sheet
Peter Leon Galley 1903
Alice Nancy Dickson 1904

Sources used by Creager-Welsh Families are as follows:

Birth, Baptism & Marriage Certificates in possession of Peter L. Galley
Birth & marriage certificates in possession of Leona G. Rushing
Birth & marriage certificates in possession of Lewis S. Galley
Birth & marriage certificates in possession of Cecil D. Galley
Birth & marriage certificates in possession of Mary G. Johnson
Birth & marriage certificates in possession of Jennie G. Brown
Birth & marriage certificates in possession of Dallas V. Galley
Birth & marriage certificates in possession of Erva G. Brown


In OTHER MARRIAGES:

#1 child Leona married 2nd Kenneth Ray Rushing 14 Mar 1954
#3 child Cecil married 2nd Catherine Searle 15 June 1954
3rd Donna M. Pierce 4 Dec 1962
#6 child Dallas married 2nd Kay Brown 19 Feb 1965
3rd Donna Rae Stymen
#7 child Erva married 2nd Jerry Fagoni
3rd Earnest C. Harris 
STYMEN, Donna Rae (I2045)
 
81 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I58)
 
82 First name may also be spelled Magrethe JACOBSEN, Margrethe Elizabeth (I421)
 
83 First name may be Magdeline
May have been born in Frankfurt, Hessen, Germany (Prussia-at that time)
info from website: http://www.gedview.com/rock/individual.php?pid=I14&ged=ROCKhenry5OGFN511904892.ged 
SMITH, MARGRET (MAGDELINE) (MARGARET) (I574)
 
84 Found as wife to Andrew J. Shipley in 1900, California Census. States she was born March 1848, 52 years old as of her last birthday, Married for 34 years, 5 children, 5 living. Both parents were born in Wales, year of immigration to US was 1856, lived 44 years in the US, she could read, write and speak english. Owned own home free of any mortgage, it was a farm, number of farm schedule was 174. ROBERTS, Mary Elizabeth (I2119)
 
85 From 1900 CA cesus, said married 34 years. Family F955
 
86 From Cothren's "History of Ancient Woodbury" Volume 1, page 633
"According to information in the possession of Minot Mitchell, Esq., of White Plans, NY, the Mitchells were originally from Scotland, but removed to Halifax, in Yorkshire, where they resided for three generations. Matthew Mitchell, who is the ancestor of the family in this country, was born in 1590. He was a dissenter and is represented to have been not only a very poius man, but a man of very considerable fortune. The dissenters from the Church of England being constantly persecuted and annoued in their religious worship, he with many other of his persuasion, determined to leave England; and on the twenty-third of May, 1635 they set sail from Bristol (England), and arrived at Boston, Aug. 17, the same year. On the 15th, two days before they landed, there arose an exceedingly sever storm, which carried away their sails, cables and anchors, and they narrowly escaped being shipwrecked on the coast. he and his family spent the winter at Charlestown (South Carolina), and removed to Concord (Massachussets) in the spring, where he lost considerable property by fire. The next summer he removed to Saybrook, Connecticut and the next spring to Wethersfield (Connecticut). Here he lost still more of his property. Toward the close of that year, his son-in-law was murdered by the Pequot Indians, who also destroyed his cattle and injured his estate, as history informs us, to the extent of several hundred pounds. His situation finally becaome so uncomfortable there, that he changed his residence once more, and located himself at Stamford, which was then in the colony of New Haven (Connectiuct). Here his house, barn and goods were consumed by fire, and at length, after suffering for some time with the gravel or stone in the bladder, he died, in 1645, aged 55. 
MITCHELL, MATHEW (I534)
 
87 Genealogy.com Home:Surnames:Curtis Family Genealogy Forum Curtis of Naz(e)ing, Essex, England Posting number 1450
He did a lot of research, most of which has original source info-but not all 
Source (S17)
 
88 George Kirkham, another member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, kept a nice journal. During his travels, he stayed with Billa Dickson. The following are his journal entries from that meeting. The full journal can be found at:

http://www.georgekirkham.com/Journals/1863-1877.html

And more information about George Kirkham can be found at:

http://www.georgekirkham.com

Printed with generous permission from Rich Kirkham. Thank you!

Sunday Nov 28, 1875: The morning was rather fine. After breakfast we settled up and started out on our way. We arrived at Richfield. We stopped. Brother Billa Dickson, many would think that was a nick name for William, but that was not, for they said it was Billa. After dinner Brother Rowley and myself went to meeting. We heard some good instructions. We gave out our notice for our exhibition. We returned to Brother Dickson's. There were a lot of young folks assembled there and some of the language they made use was very much unbecoming Saints. But we now and then come across such people. Well after a long evening of this kind, and the name of the Lord was taken in vain, which I did not like to hear, for I know that the Lord had said that He would not hold him guiltless who taketh His name in vain. Brother Rowley and myself made our bed on the floor. We had to go to bed. Then when the boys had gone, we got up and bowed before the Lord in humble prayer. We thanked Him for His kindness toward us.

Monday Nov 29, 1875: The weather was pretty fine. I was requested by the brother who was afflicted in his head and blind in one eye to consecrate a bottle of olive oil, which we tended to in the fear of the Lord. After, he wished me to anoint him with the oil, which I did and prayed God to forgive him his sins, for I believed that the Lord was not pleased with the conduct of his family, and did hold him to a great extent for the wrongs which they did, for the language they made use was wicked and grievous to the Lord I felt sure. At night we showed our exhibition. We had quite a crowd. We returned home again to Brother Dickson's. After a long conversation we retired to bed. During the night I was disturbed by the groans of the gentleman who was suffering with a severe pain in his head. I called and asked him if we should get up and administer to him, but he did not say anything, so I did not say any more. After a short time he got up and made a fire and sat by the stove groaning and saying oh dear, oh dear. I told him I was willing to do anything to help him. He said that he could make the fire and light the lamp. After laying a long time hearing his crying, I fell to sleep and had a dream.  
DICKSON, Billa (I153)
 
89 Graduated from Harvard in 1683 and was a minister in Hatfield. His sister-in-law (Hannah Stoddard-wife's sister) also married a Rev. William Williams but he graduated from Harvard in 1705 and was a minister in Weston, Mass. WILLIAMS, Rev. William (I2106)
 
90 Graduated from Harvard in 1705 and was a minister in Weston, Mass. His sister-in-law (Christian Stoddard-wife's sister) also married a Rev. William Williams but he graduated from Harvard in 1683 and was a minister in Hatfield. WILLIAMS, Reverend William (I2115)
 
91 grave information at this url-double check accuracy
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=14980275
 
GALPIN, Nathan (I2142)
 
92 Guessing on marriage year-Kerri Harris Family F844
 
93 Had to have died in may 1700 as he couldn't have died before he was born.

Are Ebenezer and Eleazer and Eliphalet triplets-with Ebenezer and Eliphalet born the same day but Eleazer born 2 days apart? Ebenezer and Eleazer died in infancy. 
CURTISS, Ebenezer (92) (I1827)
 
94 Has 3 volumes-not all volumes included in every library that says it has this book Source (S1)
 
95 Have a historoy of John Myers as a blacksmith MYERS, JOHN (I176)
 
96 Have been unable to find info on this Sarah Shipley yet-10-4-2006, Kerri

Found info at various sites on the internet and family search. Matches newspaper articles and census records and parent info given on those sites, so until proven otherwise, I believe. 1-20-2007 Kerri

Was living in the Salt Lake City 19th ward with Nancy Elizabeth Shipley and their Grandmother Nancy Martin Perkins. They went by the last name Perkins at the time as they were orphaned. Hiram Jasper Shipley was living next door with William Perkins. Andrew Jackson Shipley was living with Ute Perkins close by at the time as well.

This was considered Kaysville by 1960. 
SHIPLEY, SARAH (I226)
 
97 Have no info on this person-my records don't show her (Kerri L. Harris). I will have to look up more info. HOEFELTZ, BEA (I439)
 
98 He may have been a Revolutionary War Veteran.
The veteran Jehiel Mitchell that did fight in the revolutionary war was born 11/30/1764 in Woodbury Connecticut. Died after 1798. He was in the Woodbury, CT 1781 Militia under Colonel Canfield. He married Lydia Buck and had at least one child, a boy named Hyman. He may have had other children? 
MITCHELL, JEHIEL (I485)
 
99 He retired from the ministry at least 2 years before he died, when his grandson, Jonathan Edwards became the minister. STODDARD, Reverend Solomon (I2095)
 
100 He was a School Master KIMBERLY, Eleazer (I1771)
 

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