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Virgil was born in Fayette, West Virginia in 1926, and moved with his family at a very young age to Pioneer, Tennessee. There he lived on a large farm until he went into the Navy at 18. After the war was over in 1946 he went to Detroit Michigan to work at the automobile factories. Virgil married Delphine Edwards on June 19, 1954. After working ten years at Chryslers they moved to Florida in 1958. He worked at Orlando Fruit and Produce, Orlando Utilities, and helped build Disney World. He worked there until he retired after 21 years in May 1991. He was a member of the Disney World Golden Ears Club, South Seminole Blue Lodge 3645, Scottish Rite, and the Bahia Shrine. He collected cans, tabs and other recyclable products for the Shriner Children’s Hospital and was a driver taking children to the Tampa Hospital as long as he could health wise. Donations can be made to Shriner’s Hospital for Children. 2900 Rocky Point Drive, Tampa Florida 32607 or Hospice of The Comforter. 
GAYLOR, Virgil Thomas (I30054)
 
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1 Jun 1850 resided with wife, her parents and family 
HULSE, Lester (I26498)
 
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Almeda B.; age 47 in US 1880 Census

Almeida in US 1850 Census 
ROBINSON, Almeda Vincent (I3868)
 
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Almeda B.; age 47 in US 1880 Census

Almeida in US 1850 Census 
ROBINSON, Almeda Vincent (I3868)
 
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BIRTH RITE: Also shown as Christening Sankt Paulus römisch-katholische Kirche, Trier, Trier, Rheinland, Preußen, Germany.
 
STREIT, Anna Maria Christina (I19643)
 
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BIRTH RITE: Also shown as Christening Sankt Paulus römisch-katholische Kirche, Trier, Trier, Rheinland, Preußen, Germany.
 
STREIT, Anna Maria Christina (I19643)
 
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BIRTH: Also shown as Born , Suffolk, New York, United States. 
HAMMOND, Eliza (I17968)
 
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BIRTH: Also shown as Born , Suffolk, New York, United States. 
HAMMOND, Eliza (I17968)
 
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BIRTH: Also shown as Born , Suffolk, New York, United States. 
HAWKINS, Nancy (I34106)
 
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BIRTH: Also shown as Born , Town of Brookhaven, Suffolk, New York, United States. 
CLARK, Hannah (I26180)
 
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BIRTH: Also shown as Born 1782 
SMITH, Sarah (I26928)
 
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BIRTH: Also shown as Born Oysterponds, Orient, Suffolk, New York, United States.

NICKNAME: Also shown as Anne 
YOUNGS, Anne (I2474)
 
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BIRTH: Also shown as Born Oysterponds, Orient, Suffolk, New York, United States.

NICKNAME: Also shown as Anne 
YOUNGS, Anne (I2474)
 
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DEATH: Also shown as Died 3 July 1872 
HAMMOND, Sarah (I12336)
 
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DEATH: Also shown as Died 3 July 1872 
HAMMOND, Sarah (I12336)
 
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DEATH: Also shown as Died 30 Oct 1908 
PARSONS, Mary Elizabeth (I25549)
 
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Died at 25 Cadogan Place 
CUMBERBATCH, Lawrence Trent (I18677)
 
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Died at 25 Cadogan Place 
CUMBERBATCH, Lawrence Trent (I18677)
 
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Died while riding a motor scppterbike 
ASMUS, Charles Arnold II (I14411)
 
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Died while riding a motor scppterbike 
ASMUS, Charles Arnold II (I14411)
 
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GIVEN NAMES: Also shown as Chauncey Frank 
PENNEY, Chauncey Frank (I25035)
 
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GIVEN NAMES: Also shown as Emily Francis 
TUTHILL, Emily Frances (I3125)
 
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GIVEN NAMES: Also shown as Emily Francis 
TUTHILL, Emily Frances (I3125)
 
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GIVEN NAMES: Also shown as Forrest Everett 
TERRY, Forrest Everett (I3919)
 
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GIVEN NAMES: Also shown as Forrest Everett 
TERRY, Forrest Everett (I3919)
 
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GIVEN NAMES: Also shown as Harrison 
EDWARDS, Harrison Hulse (I2765)
 
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GIVEN NAMES: Also shown as Harrison 
EDWARDS, Harrison Hulse (I2765)
 
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GIVEN NAMES: Also shown as Humphrey Avery 
TUTHILL, Humphrey Avery (I14611)
 
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GIVEN NAMES: Also shown as Humphrey Avery 
TUTHILL, Humphrey Avery (I14611)
 
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GIVEN NAMES: Also shown as Johann Eberhard 
HEUL, Johann Eberhardt (I33386)
 
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GIVEN NAMES: Also shown as Magda

BIRTH: Also shown as Born Trier. 
KUTZBACH, Maria Magdalena (I1809)
 
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GIVEN NAMES: Also shown as Magda

BIRTH: Also shown as Born Trier. 
KUTZBACH, Maria Magdalena (I1809)
 
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GIVEN NAMES: Also shown as Temperance Ellen 
WOODHULL, Temperance Ellen (I22105)
 
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GIVEN NAMES: Also shown as Temperance Ellen 
WOODHULL, Temperance Ellen (I22105)
 
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GIVEN NAMES: Also shown as Walter 
RAYNOR, Walter Benjamin (I3087)
 
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GIVEN NAMES: Also shown as Walter 
RAYNOR, Walter Benjamin (I3087)
 
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SURNAME: Also shown as O'Came

BIRTH: Also shown as Born East Moriches, Suffolk, New York, United States. 
OCAME, Mary Elizabeth (I25071)
 
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SURNAME: Also shown as Roe

GIVEN NAMES: Also shown as Phebe 
DAVIS, Phebe Roe (I25356)
 
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SURNAME: Also shown as Yongs

BIRTH: Also shown as Born Abt 1653 
YOUNGS, Christopher Junior (I19267)
 
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SURNAME: Also shown as Yongs

BIRTH: Also shown as Born Abt 1653 
YOUNGS, Christopher Junior (I19267)
 
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!Married Sarah Cook (later married Everest)

Died in Battle of Bunker Hill.

Barlowe, Raleigh. The Curtis connection. c1988 US/Can 929.273 A1
no.5648

Mecham, Robert. Mecham family history. US/CAN 929.273 M464m 
MEACHAM, Captain William (I8767)
 
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!Married Sarah Cook (later married Everest)

Died in Battle of Bunker Hill.

Barlowe, Raleigh. The Curtis connection. c1988 US/Can 929.273 A1
no.5648

Mecham, Robert. Mecham family history. US/CAN 929.273 M464m 
MEACHAM, Captain William (I8767)
 
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Born at Brookline Hospital; adopted from the Jewish Adoption Agency

Died in pedestrian automobile accident

A 58-year-old Hamden man was struck and killed by a car early Sunday morning.
Hamden police said that Harris Tendler was crossing Dixwell Avenue near Church Street around 2:15 a.m. when he was hit. Paramedics declared Tendler dead on scene.

HAMDEN, CT (WFSB) -
A man has died after he was hit by a car in Hamden early Sunday morning.
Police identified the man as 58-year-old Harris Tendler, of Hamden. He was hit while trying to cross Dixwell Avenue at Oregon Avenue, around 2 a.m.
A section of Dixwell Avenue was shut down while officials investigated, however it has since reopened.
The driver of the vehicle stayed at the scene. He had minor injuries and is not facing any charges at this time.
Police said the intersection is dangerous and that there have been several pedestrian accidents there the past few years.
"Accidents happen here all the time," said Metashar Dillon, who owns a hair salon nearby. She said more should be done to make the corner much safer. "There are a lot of businesses around here, and there's a lot of people that cross, they should probably put a crosswalk."
At this time, police say the driver had not been drinking, and the traffic division is now working to uncover the circumstances surrounding the incident.
This incident closely follows a string of other deadly pedestrian accidents across the state over the last two weeks.
Copyright 2016 WFSB (Meredith Corporation). All rights reserved

Pedestrian, 58, dies at scene when hit by motor vehicle in Hamden
POSTED: 12/11/16, 1:40 PM EST | UPDATED: 13 HRS AGO 4 COMMENTS
HAMDEN >> A man struck by a motor vehicle while attempting to cross Dixwell Avenue near Oregon Avenue was declared dead by paramedics at the scene early Sunday.
Hamden police responded at approximately 2 a.m. and found Harris Tendler, 58, at the location.
Hamden Fire Rescue responded and rendered medical assistance but Tendler was declared dead and his body was transported to the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner in Farmington for an autopsy.
The accident investigation, which is ongoing, revealed Tendler was attempting to cross Dixwell Avenue when he was struck by a motor vehicle driven by Piercey Lane, 70, of Bridgeport who was traveling northbound on Dixwell.
Lane stopped immediately and contacted emergency personnel, according to police. Lane was transported to Yale-New Haven Hospital with injuries that were not life threatening.
Anyone with information about the incident is asked to contact Officers Gregg Curran and Mark Atwater of the Hamden Police Department Traffic Division at (203) 230-4036.

HAMDEN, Conn. (AP) — Police say a 58-year-old man was struck and killed by a vehicle in Hamden.
Officers responded to the scene around 2 a.m. Sunday following reports that a pedestrian was struck. The victim, identified as Harris Tendler of Hamden, was pronounced dead at the scene.
Tendler's body was taken to the medical examiner's office in Farmington.
An investigation found that Tendler was hit by a car traveling northbound as he tried to cross the street. The driver stayed at the scene. He was hospitalized with minor injuries and wasn't charged in the incident Sunday.

Cremated; cremains scattered in Atlantic Ocean at Cape Cod, Massachusetts 
TENDLER, Harris Samuel (I2849)
 
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Born at Brookline Hospital; adopted from the Jewish Adoption Agency

Died in pedestrian automobile accident

A 58-year-old Hamden man was struck and killed by a car early Sunday morning.
Hamden police said that Harris Tendler was crossing Dixwell Avenue near Church Street around 2:15 a.m. when he was hit. Paramedics declared Tendler dead on scene.

HAMDEN, CT (WFSB) -
A man has died after he was hit by a car in Hamden early Sunday morning.
Police identified the man as 58-year-old Harris Tendler, of Hamden. He was hit while trying to cross Dixwell Avenue at Oregon Avenue, around 2 a.m.
A section of Dixwell Avenue was shut down while officials investigated, however it has since reopened.
The driver of the vehicle stayed at the scene. He had minor injuries and is not facing any charges at this time.
Police said the intersection is dangerous and that there have been several pedestrian accidents there the past few years.
"Accidents happen here all the time," said Metashar Dillon, who owns a hair salon nearby. She said more should be done to make the corner much safer. "There are a lot of businesses around here, and there's a lot of people that cross, they should probably put a crosswalk."
At this time, police say the driver had not been drinking, and the traffic division is now working to uncover the circumstances surrounding the incident.
This incident closely follows a string of other deadly pedestrian accidents across the state over the last two weeks.
Copyright 2016 WFSB (Meredith Corporation). All rights reserved

Pedestrian, 58, dies at scene when hit by motor vehicle in Hamden
POSTED: 12/11/16, 1:40 PM EST | UPDATED: 13 HRS AGO 4 COMMENTS
HAMDEN >> A man struck by a motor vehicle while attempting to cross Dixwell Avenue near Oregon Avenue was declared dead by paramedics at the scene early Sunday.
Hamden police responded at approximately 2 a.m. and found Harris Tendler, 58, at the location.
Hamden Fire Rescue responded and rendered medical assistance but Tendler was declared dead and his body was transported to the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner in Farmington for an autopsy.
The accident investigation, which is ongoing, revealed Tendler was attempting to cross Dixwell Avenue when he was struck by a motor vehicle driven by Piercey Lane, 70, of Bridgeport who was traveling northbound on Dixwell.
Lane stopped immediately and contacted emergency personnel, according to police. Lane was transported to Yale-New Haven Hospital with injuries that were not life threatening.
Anyone with information about the incident is asked to contact Officers Gregg Curran and Mark Atwater of the Hamden Police Department Traffic Division at (203) 230-4036.

HAMDEN, Conn. (AP) — Police say a 58-year-old man was struck and killed by a vehicle in Hamden.
Officers responded to the scene around 2 a.m. Sunday following reports that a pedestrian was struck. The victim, identified as Harris Tendler of Hamden, was pronounced dead at the scene.
Tendler's body was taken to the medical examiner's office in Farmington.
An investigation found that Tendler was hit by a car traveling northbound as he tried to cross the street. The driver stayed at the scene. He was hospitalized with minor injuries and wasn't charged in the incident Sunday.

Cremated; cremains scattered in Atlantic Ocean at Cape Cod, Massachusetts 
TENDLER, Harris Samuel (I2849)
 
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DEATH'S CONTINUAL HARVEST
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The Busy Sickle of the Great Reaper
Which Seems Never to Tire.
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Mrs. A. E. Underwood.

On Thursday, January 13, Mrs. A. E. Underwood passed away at her home in Lone Tree, Iowa, at the age of eighty-two years, after a short illness of pneumonia, which resulted in paralysis.

Mrs. Underwood was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Benaiah Jayne (Mary Whitaker) and was born in Scott township, Wayne Co., Pa. In 1864 she was united in marriage with Addis E. Underwood, formerly a resident of this village, and a grandson of Jonas Underwood and Jacob Edick of Revolutionary fame. The year after their marriage Mr. and Mrs. Underwood went to Lone Tree and there they have since made their home.

The deceased is survived by her husband, who for many years has been an invalid, and four daughters -- Mrs. Harriet Johnston, Mrs. Mary Younkin and Misses Emma and Eva Underwood, all of Lone Tree. 
JAYNE, Catherine Cornelia (I21699)
 
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DEATH'S CONTINUAL HARVEST
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The Busy Sickle of the Great Reaper
Which Seems Never to Tire.
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Mrs. A. E. Underwood.

On Thursday, January 13, Mrs. A. E. Underwood passed away at her home in Lone Tree, Iowa, at the age of eighty-two years, after a short illness of pneumonia, which resulted in paralysis.

Mrs. Underwood was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Benaiah Jayne (Mary Whitaker) and was born in Scott township, Wayne Co., Pa. In 1864 she was united in marriage with Addis E. Underwood, formerly a resident of this village, and a grandson of Jonas Underwood and Jacob Edick of Revolutionary fame. The year after their marriage Mr. and Mrs. Underwood went to Lone Tree and there they have since made their home.

The deceased is survived by her husband, who for many years has been an invalid, and four daughters -- Mrs. Harriet Johnston, Mrs. Mary Younkin and Misses Emma and Eva Underwood, all of Lone Tree. 
JAYNE, Catherine Cornelia (I21699)
 
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had a second son
 
CLARK, Kenneth Todd (I1376)
 
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had a second son
 
CLARK, Kenneth Todd (I1376)
 
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Page 32.--In the name of God, Amen. I, JOHN GOLDSMITH, of Southold, in the County of Suffolk, being sick in body. I leave to my wife one half of all movables of every kind, and the use of one third of my lands and meadows, during her life or widowhood. I leave the rest of my movables to my sons and daughters, but what my daughter, Mary Wells, has had is to be considered a part of her share. I leave to my son, John Goldsmith, all my houses, buildings, lands, and orchard; Also the lot of land where I now dwell; Also 50 acres lying in the North side Division in Southold, lying between Joseph Moores' land and the land of Samuel Wines; Also my 50-acre lot in said North side Division, bounded south by road, east by Nathan and Uriah Terry, north by the Sound, and west by Joseph Howell; Also 1/2 of all my meadow and creek thatch. I leave to my son, Zacheus Goldsmith, 3 lots in the North division aforesaid, bounded south by the road, east by the heirs of Matthias Hutchinson, north by the Sound, and west by Joseph Howland, Jr.; Also my 4 eight-acre lots lying south of the common road, near to Justice Hutchinson's house, Bounded east by lands of Benjamin and Daniel Case, west by the heirs of Matthias Hutchinson; Also 1/2 of all my land and meadow and creek thatch wherever it is to be found, having given the other half to my son John. I leave to my son, Jeremiah Goldsmith, 3 acre lots in Southold, at a place called Southton, being to the west of the town lots, and east of two lots I had of Thomas Dickinson. I leave to my son, Daniel Goldsmith, 5 small lots of land lying before my door, south of my dwelling house land, Bounded east by the land of Gershom Terry, and west by Justice Hutchinson. If any of my sons die without issue, their share shall go to the rest; and none of them have power to sell their land before they are of the age of twenty-five. I make my relative and friends, Thomas Goldsmith, Charles Booth, and Isaac Hubbard, executors.

Dated February 25, 1724/5. Witnesses, Joseph Reeve, Samuel Winds, Benjamin Woolsey. Proved, March 18, 1724/5.

Southold Cemetery-

"HERE LYES THE BODY OF Mr JOHN GOOLDSMITH AGED 44 YEARS DECd MARCH THE 1st 1724"

Source: Ancient Burial Grounds of Long Island, N. Y., E D Harris, New England Historical & Genealogical Register, Vol 53, January 1899, p 74 - 81

Person ID I0420 Goldsmith 
GOLDSMITH, John II (I26793)
 
50 "3 gr Cong" husband and wife have same great-grandparents
 
SCHLÖDER, Martin (I10951)
 

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