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1151 United States, Selective Service System. <i>World War I Selective Service System Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918</i>. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration. M1509, 4,582 rolls. Imaged from Family History Library microfilm. Source (S93)
 
1152 United States. Bureau of Land Management, General Land Office Records. <i>Automated Records Project; Federal Land Patents, State Volumes</i>. <i>http://www.glorecords.blm.gov/.</i> Springfield, Virginia: Bureau of Land Management, Eastern States, 2007. Source (S100)
 
1153 unknown Elizabeth (I14373)
 
1154 Utah State Historical Society, Utah Cemetery Inventory, Salt Lake City, UT, USA: , 2000 Source (S41)
 
1155 Utah State Historical Society. <i>Utah Cemetery Inventory</i>. Salt Lake City, UT, USA: 2000. Source (S247)
 
1156 Utah Valley Regional Family History Center, Utah County (UT) Cemetery Index, Provo, UT, USA: Utah Valley Regional Family History Center, 1997 Source (S18)
 
1157 Utah Valley Regional Family History Center. <i>Utah County (UT) Cemetery Index</i>. Provo, UT, USA: Utah Valley Regional Family History Center, 1997. Source (S248)
 
1158 Various county death registers. Microfilm. Washington State Archives, Olympia, Washington. Source (S146)
 
1159 Verbal history Gorden, George Clyde (I26456)
 
1160 Voter Registration Lists, Public Record Filings, Historical Residential Records, and Other Household Database Listings Source (S25)
 
1161 Voter Registration Lists, Public Record Filings, Historical Residential Records, and Other Household Database Listings Source (S27)
 
1162 Voter Registration Lists, Public Record Filings, Historical Residential Records, and Other Household Database Listings. Source (S71)
 
1163 Voter Registration Lists, Public Record Filings, Historical Residential Records, and Other Household Database Listings. Source (S80)
 
1164 Wanderers Rest Cemetary Poppe, Margaret (I25574)
 
1165 Wareham Castle E of Arundel Robert De Belleme (I14894)
 
1166 Was Adopted Peery, Diane (I19028)
 
1167 Was not buried until Feb 16, 1949 Grave bought by the Funeral Home Sweeney, Walter Leroy (I26448)
 
1168 was slain by Conn at Mag Lena Kilbride, Offaly, Ireland Munster, Eoghan Owen Mor King of (I17410)
 
1169 We have some reprinted History bits out of the Sheridan Press that read as such: Mrs. A.E. Church and Miss Vivian Church have gone to Gillette where the will visit Ralph Church. Students of the Sheridan highs school will again publish the Ocksheperida, their official school paper, this year and will have the first issue off the press in about two weeks. Miss Vivian Church is editor in chief. 1903 A.E. Church and family departed Sunday for Edwardville, N.Y. where Mrs. Church and the children will spend the summer. Mr. Church will return in a few weeks. Church, Alonzo Edwin (I1239)
 
1170 West Penn Hosp;Sugar Diebetes, Overweight Lewis, Pamela Gail (I20198)
 
1171 Westminster Cemetery Butts, Mary (I3912)
 
1172 White, Lorraine Cook, ed, The Barbour Collection of Connecticut Town Vital Records, Baltimore, MD, USA: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1994-2002 Source (S15)
 
1173 White, Lorraine Cook, ed, The Barbour Collection of Connecticut Town Vital Records, Baltimore, MD, USA: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1994-2002 Source (S48)
 
1174 White, Lorraine Cook, ed. <i>The Barbour Collection of Connecticut Town Vital Records</i>. <i>Vol. 1-55.</i> Baltimore, MD, USA: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1994-2002. Source (S137)
 
1175 White, Lorraine Cook, ed. <i>The Barbour Collection of Connecticut Town Vital Records</i>. <i>Vol. 1-55.</i> Baltimore, MD, USA: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1994-2002. Source (S243)
 
1176 White, Lorraine Cook, ed. <i>The Barbour Collection of Connecticut Town Vital Records</i>. <i>Vol. 1-55.</i> Baltimore, MD, USA: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1994-2002. Source (S261)
 
1177 Wildwood cemetery, Sheboygan, Wi Poppe, Gerhard Heinrich "Henry" (I18763)
 
1178 Will 1732 Humphrey, Samuel (I13919)
 
1179 WILLIAM B. CHURCH. This name will be recognized by many of our readers as that of a prosperous farmer, residing on section 27, Watertown Township, Tuscola County. He is a native of Canada, having been born in that country August 14, 1838. He was the son of Oliver Church, a native of Vermont, his native place being near Lake Champlain. His father, the grandfather of our subject was also named Oliver Church and was a native of England. He came to America at an early day and located in the Green Mountain State, but at the time of the Revolutionary War, refusing too take up arms against the mother country, his property was confiscated. He then went to Canada when our subject's father was eight years old and there he passed his last days. His wife, the grandmother of William B. Church, was Margaret Pangburn and bore her husband four children. The grandfather was an agriculturist.
Oliver Church, Jr., was a farmer in Canada, in which place he was married to the mother of our subject, a Miss Rhoda Smith, who was a native of New York State and was of German descent. to our subject's parents were born thirteen children, eight sons and five daughters. The father died in Canada in 1878, the mother having preceded him to the beyond in 1864.

William B. Church passed his boyhood days amid Canadian scenes and came, December 6, 1862, to Michigan, making his first location in Saginaw and engaged to work in lumber mills and in the woods cutting the timber. In 1864 he returned to Canada, remaining one year, when on returning he located in Redfield Township, Genesee County, and made that place his home until 1869. Mary O'Neal, a native of Ireland, became the wife of our subject, December 3, 1869. She was the daughter of Patrick O'Neal, a native of the Emerald Isle, and a sketch of whom will be found elsewhere in this volume.

To Mr. and Mrs. Church a family of three children were born, who were given the respective names of William E., Hattie and John; all of them are living. Mr. Church's first purchase of land was made in 1869, at which time he became the possessor of eighty acres. This he has cleared and improved and made it too yield bountifully. He is one of the oldest settlers in the township. His place is embellished with convenient and substantial buildings. In addition to the tract just mentioned, he owns seventy acres of arable land on section 13, same township. Mr. and Mrs. Church are consistent and active members of the Protestant Methodist Church. He is a Prohibitionist in his political belief, having identified himself with that party five years ago.
source: 1892 Portrait & Biographical Album of Genesee, Lapeer & Tuscola Counties, Chapman Bros. Pages 354 - 358 
Church, William Branada (I19730)
 
1180 William Cooke (Sr.) 1613-1679, was born in Bristol, England, the son of Philip Cooke. He arrived in Virginia in 1635. William Cooke (Sr.) had three wives, and wives number one and three were both named Mary. This has led to some records confusion. He married (first) Mary Blackborne (circa 1615-1633), with whom he had a son, William Cooke (Jr.) He married (second), Anne (1614- ), circa 1636. They had two children. He married (third), Mary Miles (circa 1645-1716), in 1665. They had three children together. William Cooke (Sr.) died in 1679 in Isle of Wight County, Virginia. Cooke, William Sr (I27848)
 
1181 William Cooke, Jr. (circa 1633-1689) was born in England, and came to America in 1635, when he was two years old. He married, in 1654 in Virginia, Joan Roper (circa 1635-1720. Together William and Joan had 12 children. William Cooke, Jr. died in 1689 in Isle of Wight County, Virginia. CHILD: Thomas Cooke (circa 1680-1736). Cooke, William (I27840)
 
1182 William was named in an 1819 petition filed by his brother John in the Mifflin County, Pennsylvania Court of Common Pleas.[1] He was described in an affidavit thereto as being 21 years or older and one of 10 siblings who together were "the legitimate and only children of Philip and Elizabeth Sailor" then living.

William was married first to Christina, whose maiden name is unknown. The gravestone for their daughter Hannah (Saylor) Rice describes Hannah as both the wife of Zachariah Rice and the daughter of William and Christiana Saylor. Hannah was born in 1817[2] and her youngest sibling, Priscilla, in 1824.[3]

Christina died apparently sometime between 1830 and 1840, and William married Julianna "Juda" Rice, who may have been Christina's sister. The couple lived in Turbett Township, Juniata County, where William was a farmer. They were enumerated in the 1850 census as follows ...

1850 Census, Turbett Tshp., Juniata Co., PA, p. 222(A), 16 Sep
W. Sailor, age 60, b. in PA, Farmer
Julia Sailor, age 50, b. in PA
The census states also that William owned $4,500 in real property.[4]
Enumerated in the household immediately following William is the following family, whose relationships to each other or to William are unknown. In any case, however, the youngest of these was born in 1825 or 1826 ...

J. Sailor, male, age 39, b. in PA, Farmer
P. Sailor, female, age 24, b. in PA
E. Sailor, female, age 35, b. in PA
On 5 January 1858, William Saylor aka Sailor wrote his will and signed it "William Saylor". An interesting bequest is to "Zachariah Rice formerly intermarried with my daughter Hannah" for a single dollar "in full of her share of my estate". There is no mention of children of Hannah.[5] Some family histories claim that Hannah died in 1865, but the will strongly suggests that she was already deceased in 1858. Indeed, the year of Hannah's death is inscribed "1845" on her gravestone[6], and she is not found anywhere in the 1850 census.

William died on 16 June 1858, about six months after writing his will, and was laid to rest at the Old Church Hill Cemetery in Port Royal, Juniata County. His gravestone and that of his wife are inscribed with the spelling "Saylor".[7]

William's will names nine of his ten children. Neither his daughter Rebecca nor her daughter Elizabeth were named in the will because both were deceased Following are all the children of William and Christina Saylor ...

Rebecca Saylor, b. 29 Aug 1806, married William R. Rice
Jesse Saylor, b. 5 Feb 1811, married Elizabeth Briner
Mary R. Saylor, b. 1 Oct 1813, married John Weimer
John Saylor, b. 1813-1814, married Susan ?
William Saylor, b. ?
Elizabeth Saylor, b. 5 Nov 1815, married Valentine Wisehaupt, b. 1796-7
Hannah Saylor, b. 20 Feb 1817, married Zachariah Rice
Anna C. [Christina] Saylor, b. 24 Oct 1819, married Daniel McConnell
Julia Ann Saylor, b. 21 Oct 1821, married Daniel Flickinger
Priscilla Saylor, b. 18 Nov 1824, married Christian Bender 
Saylor, William (I26211)
 
1183 Willow Street, Conestogo Twp., Lancaster Co., Pennsylvania Beam, Martin (I25550)
 
1184 Willwood Burial Park Cemetery Sickler, Harriet "Hattie" Emma (I26652)
 
1185 Winchester Cemetery Beam, Amos (I15733)
 
1186 Wisconsin Department of Health and Family Services. <i>Wisconsin Marriages, 1973-1978; Wisconsin Marriages, 1979-1997</i>. Wisconsin, USA: Wisconsin Department of Health and Family Services. Source (S234)
 
1187 Wisconsin Department of Health and Family Services. <i>Wisconsin Vital Record Index, pre-1907.</i> Madison, WI, USA: Wisconsin Department of Health and Family Services Vital Records Division <p>Wisconsin Historical Society. <i>Pre-1907 Vital Records Collection.</i> Madison, WI, USA: Wisconsin Historical Society Library Archives.</p> Source (S165)
 
1188 Wisconsin Department of Health and Family Services. Wisconsin Marriages, 1973-1978; Wisconsin Marriages, 1979-1997. Wisconsin, USA: Wisconsin Department of Health and Family Services. Source (S141)
 
1189 Wisconsin Vital Records Office. <i>Wisconsin Death Index, 1959-67, 1969-97</i>. Madison, Wisconsin, USA: Wisconsin Department of Health. Source (S140)
 
1190 Wolf Creek Cemetery Comer, Mary Ann (I24549)
 
1191 Wolford Rural Cemetery Church, Oliver (I1112)
 
1192 Wolford Rural Cemetery Church, Hetty Agnes (I12681)
 
1193 Woodworth Cemetary Woodworth, Nora A. (I21242)
 
1194 Works Project Administration. <i>Graves Registration Project</i>. Washington, D.C.: n.p., n.d.. Source (S135)
 
1195 World War I Kramer, Paul (I22448)
 
1196 Wright Settlement Cemetery Butts, John B (I1872)
 
1197 Wright Settlement Cemetery, Rome, Oneida, New York Butts, Gideon (I20580)
 
1198 Written in book in Huron County Michigan:
Brazil R Church, blacksmith and farmer, resident on section 20, Lincoln Township, was born in Canada, May 5, 1845 and is the son of Oliver and Rhoda (Smith) Church. His parents were natives of the State of Vermont, and after their marriage they became residents of Canada, where they lived during the remainder of their lives. Their family included 13 children.
Mr. Church is the eighth son and the youngest of the children of his father's household. He acquired a common school education and at the age of 19 years he was apprenticed to learn his trade. He served three years, and followed the business of blacksmithing three years in succession, when he became interested in the manufacture of brick, in which he operated for a similar length of time. He next engaged in farming, and spent three years in the management of his father's farms.
After that he was variously engaged, until his removal to Huron County in May 1879, when he bought 80 acres of wild land in the township where he has since resided. He has improved and cultivated about 35 acres.
Mr. Church is a Republican in political connection and has held various township offices. In the spring of 1884 (current year), he was elected Supervisor of Lincoln Township.
His marriage to Amelia Wright occurred Nov 4, 1869, at Morristown, N.Y. They have five children - Arthur, Samuel, Mary, Bertha and Viola. Mrs Church was born in the State of New York, Aprils 2, 1847 and is the daughter of Lowell Wright. Mr. Church is a member of the Protestant Association; he and his wife belong to the Methodist Episcopal Church. 
Church, Basil Rorick (I9090)
 
1199 Yellow Fever Trotter, William (I23255)
 
1200 York was buried at Pontefract, but his head was put on a pike by the victorious Lancastrian armies and displayed over Micklegate Bar at York, wearing a paper crown. His remains were later moved to Fotheringhay Church Plantagenet, Sir Richard 3rd Duke of York (I9016)
 

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