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Source number: 1932.000; Source type: Electronic Database; Number of Pages: 1; Submitter Code: LSM
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Yates Publishing. U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2004.  
BLISS, Thomas (I1879)
 
3

The Keener Family
The Tenmile Country by Howard Leckey

When Betty Spicer was released from captivity amoung the Indians, she related the events of June 5,1774, the day on which her parents and five brothers and sisters were killed by the Indians, and she and her brother, William Spicer were carried off into captivity. She told how the Indian Chief Logan with another Indian called The Snake left the scene of the massacre and went directly west, where they met and killed a man named Keener. Various family traditions have identified this man as the father of Sebastion Keener or David Keener, but it is now definitely evident that both these traditions are incorrect. Both these men were living at a period of ten or more years after this event.

I assume this to be John Keener. jf 
Keener, John (I5768)
 
4 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Private (I192)
 
5 Ancestry.com, Early Connecticut Marriages (Provo, UT, USA, Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2012), Bailey, Frederic W. Early Connecticut Marriages as Found on Ancient Church Records Prior to 1800. Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1997.
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Name: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc.; Location: Provo, UT, USA; Date: 2012; 
Family F1909
 
6 U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900
Author
Yates Publishing
Publisher
Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2004.Original data - This unique collection of records was extracted from a variety of sources including family group sheets and electronic databases. 
Family F1362
 
7 Year: 1900; Census Place: Gales, Redwood, Minnesota; Roll: 786; Page: 6A; Enumeration District: 0236; FHL microfilm: 1240786

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Title
1900 United States Federal Census
Author
Ancestry.com
Publisher
Ancestry.com Operations Inc
Publisher Date
2004
Publisher Location
Provo, UT, USA

Name Jane A Hodgkinson
Age 65
Birth Date Mar 1835
Birthplace Canada
Home in 1900 Gales, Redwood, Minnesota
Race White
Gender Female
Immigration Year 1837
Relation to Head of House Wife
Marital Status Married
Spouse's Name William Hodgkinson
Marriage Year 1853
Years Married 47
Father's Birthplace Ireland
Mother's Birthplace Ireland
Mother: number of living children 0
Mother: How many children 0
Household Members
Name Age
William Hodgkinson 73
Jane A Hodgkinson 65

According to this census, she came to US in 1837. Both parents came from Ireland. 
Boyd, Jane Ann (I5687)
 
8 Aksel Hattestad: Frå det Fåberg som var Fåberg og Lillehammer Historielag
Originalene finnes på Opplandsarkivet avd. Maihaugen i Lillehammer Side: 1 av 5
Haustmælingen (gnr. 85)



Asbjørn Syversen og kona hans, Inger Svendsdotter, valde å skifte med borna sine medan båe foreldra var i live, og den 25. April i 1733 var det så skifte i ?Høstmellingen?. Ved dette skifte vart jordegodset i garden verdsett til 150 rd, og arvebuet utgjorde brutto 214 rd. og netto 158 rd. Arvingane ved skiftet var dei 2 borna i ekteskapet og dessutan ein Alf Olsen. Borna var to døtre, og av dei var Eli gift med Lars Christensen og budde på Haustmælingen. Søstera Marit var og gift, nemleg med Arne Iversen Giørlien.
Den nye husbonden, Lars Christensen, var ein driftig og dugande kar som sette sterke merke etter seg på den gamle garden. Vi skal her ta med litt frå livssoga hans: Lars Haustmælingen, som vi her kallar han, var altså gift med dottera på garden Eli Asbjørnsdtr., og dei fekk fleire born. Det var Asbjørn f. 1729-30, Christen f. 1732, Gunhild f. 1734, Inger f. 1736, død som barn, Kari f. 1738, Inger f. 1740. I eit skjøte frå same året som det var skifte, altså i 1733, går det tydeleg fram at Lars alt da åtte heile garden Haustmælingen av skyld 1 hud.

Av 14. April 1745 er eit auksjonsskjøte som gjeld Haustmælingen under Langset av skuld 3 skinn. ?Leilendingen eller brukeren Christen Søndre Langset? fekk da skjøte på dette bruket ?tilhørende Lillehammer anneks? for 140 rd. Tre år seinare gav i 1748 Christen Langset skjøte til sonen Even Christensen ?paa engelandet Høstmælingen, skyld 3 skind? for 100 rd. To år etter vart det i 1750
Aksel Hattestad: Frå det Fåberg som var Fåberg og Lillehammer Historielag
Originalene finnes på Opplandsarkivet avd. Maihaugen i Lillehammer Side: 2 av 5
oppsett ei skriftleg kontrakt mellom grannane i Søre Ål om sameige og sambruk i hemrastene. For garden Haustmælingen var det framleis Lars som skreiv under. Kontrakten er elles avskrive for dette verket under garden Breisett. ? Etter å ha vore eigar og brukar av Haustmælingen av skyld 1 hud gav så i 1760 Lars Christensen skjøte til eldste sonen sin Asbjørn Larsen og kona hans Kjersti Amundsdotter og arvingar på ?grd. Høstmælingen skyldende 1 hud? for 300 rd. + føderåd til foreldra. Men ulykka var ute, og i 1764 døde husfrua Kjersti Amundsdotter etter at ho dagar før hadde født ein son, som vart døypt Amund.  
LANGSETH, Lars Christensen (I5341)
 
9 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F43
 
10 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Private (I127)
 
11 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Private (I384)
 
12 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Private (I339)
 
13 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Private (I399)
 
14 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Private (I462)
 
15 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Private (I124)
 
16 .Record of her birth came from UlS. Evangelical Lutheran Church Records of America, 1875-1940, North Dakota, Portand, Brufat Lutheran. Her name has been transcribed as Lovise, but I believe it is Louise. Parents listed as Sven Simonsen Hoff and Marthe Larsdatter. Lars C. Myhre and Ingeborg also listed.

Also from Harold Fleiger: "Nora Church Rural Gardner, North Dakota 125th Anniversary 1874-1999". Was baptised 3 Jul 1881, Portland, North Dakota.  
Hoff, Louise (I6567)
 
17 "....said that Martha Jones Patterson was the best woman she had ever known. Quite a tribute to a mother-in-law! Martha was called a 'grand old lady' by members of the Archers Fork Community." SCOTT, Sena (I3582)
 
18 "A Yoeman in old England was a Freeholder, next under the rank of Gentleman, and in the early times one who owned small landed estate. Robert of Shalford was such a man." footefamily.org FOOTE, Robert (I1914)
 
19 "Abigail and James lived in Pepperellborough (Saco) in 1762 although their children (b. 1754-1772) were all baptized at the Scarborough 2nd Church." HILL, Abigail (I2794)
 
20 "By Pastor Harstad" Family F44
 
21 "CHARLOTTE L. HOFOS
Crystal Lake - Miss Charlotte Lillian Hofos, 89, 9509 Culver St., Des Plaines, aunt of Gale E. Evenson of Woodstock died Sunday, March 2 in a Crystal Lake nursing home. She was born Jan. 13, 1886, in Fort Ransom, N.D., the daughter of Gustav and Kerjsti Mhyre Hofos. She was a dressmaker. She is survived by two other nephews, Clifford and Clarence Evenson, Des Plaines. She was preceded in death by eight brothers and sisters. Memorial services will be held Thursday evening in Crystal Lake Ridgefield United Presbyterian Church. Private burial. Arrangements were made by the Querhammer funeral home, Crystal Lake."
[3 Mar 1975 The Daily Sentinel (Woodstock, Illinois), p. 2.]

"CHARLOTTE HOFOS
Miss Charlotte Lillian Hofos, 89, of 9509 Culver St., Des Plaines, died Sunday, March 2, at Crystal Pines Nursing Home. Born Jan. 13, 1886, the daughter of Gustav and Kerjsti Mhyre Hofos, she was a dressmaker. Surviving are 3 nephews, Gale Evenson of Woodstock, and Clifford and Clarence Evenson of Des Plaines. She was preceded in death by 8 brothers and sisters. Memorial services will be held Thursday evening at the Ridgefield-Crystal Lake Presbyterian Church, the Rev. Douglas Loving, officiating. Interment is private. Arrangements were made by the Querhammer Funeral Home, Crystal Lake."
[3 Mar 1975 The Herald (Crystal Lake, Illinois), p. 2.] 
HOFOS, Charlotte Lillian (I2608)
 
22 "Drisko says he was 'hurt' early, wnt to Nova Scotia for medical attention and did not return to Machias. HILL, Samuel (I2830)
 
23 "Family members thought he worked on some kind of government boat and slipped and fell into the Ohio River and drowned near Bellevill, WV." PATTERSON, William L. (I2462)
 
24 "Miss Inga Hofos is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G.C. Hofos."
[Under Fort Ransom News section of 7 Jun 1917 The Weekly Times-Record, Valley City, ND, p. 3.]
 
HOFOS, Inga (I6528)
 
25 "Miss Lillian Hofos arrived from Chicago Friday and will spend a couple weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G.C. Hofos, near Fort Ransom. She has been employed as a newspaper correspondent in Chicago for the past two years."
[17 Aug 1916 The Weekly Times-Record, Valley City, ND, p. 7.] 
HOFOS, Charlotte Lillian (I2608)
 
26 "One has a daunting task in sorting out the various Smith families in seventeenth century New England. Merideth Colket, in his classic book Founders of Early American Families, 1985, lists 43 Smith immigrants. The author started his research with his ancestor Sylvanus Smith, who married Lydia Clark in 1759 and lived in Hawley, MA,before removing to Dover (now Westlake), OH, in 1818. Sylvanus'unusual name made it easier to identify his parents who were Jonathan and Anna (Chipman) Smith. For earlier generations, Donald Lines Jacobus provided the link back to Richard Smith of Wethersfield, CT, in his Richard Smith of Wethersfield published in The American Genealogist (25[1949]: 126),
hereinafter cited as Jacobus. Further clues to his family and ancestry in England are found in The English Ancestry of Richard Smith of Wethersfield, Connecticut, by Roderick Bissel Jones in The New England Historical Genealogical Register, (128[1974]:136)."

From page 193 of George Lathrop Cooley and Clara Elizabeth Hall Their Ancestors and Descendants In America With Allied Lines Descended from Immigrants Richard Seymour, George Lilly, Richard Smith and John Vincent by Harl Preslar Aldrich, Jr. Sc.D., Penobscot Press, Rockport Maine, Copyright 2001, First Printing July 2001.  
SMITH, Sylvanus (I2621)
 
27 "This family had a farm near Stockport, OH, from 1911 to 1919, after moving from the Archer's Fork area where all the children were born. In 1919, they moved to Marietta, OH" Buried at Valley Cemetery on Route 7 near Reno, OH. PATTERSON, Phillip Henry (I2466)
 
28 "Unmarried in 1762 and probably the Mary Hill bp. Scarborough 27 March 1768, as an adult." HILL, Mary (I2810)
 
29 "When Martha and Henry lived in Bell Ridge, an intruder tried to steal a horse. Martha was said to have helped drive him away (without the horse) by brandishing a weapon described as a tomahawk". JONES, Martha (I2455)
 
30 "whereabouts unknown" DARRAH, William S. (I3652)
 
31 (bygde Myre) PRESTEGAARDEN, Ingeborg Olsdatter (I597)
 
32 1 child Mary (I1941)
 
33 11 March 2017: A very interesting finding:
New South Wales Death Certificate for Mary McBride, died 18 November 1858, Jilks Building, Kent Street, Sydney. Informant was her daughter, Ann Tyrrell of the same address. Mary is listed as a widow, female, 58 yrs old. Died of English Cholera. Parents listed as Walter Thompson and Margaret Green. She was buried 20 November 1858 in Catholic Cemetery. States she was born in County Fermanagh, Ireland, 3 years in New South Wales. Also states she was married at age 28 in County Donegal to Patrick McBride, deceased 15 (?) years. Living Children of marriage listed are: Margaret, age 28, Ann, age 24, and Rosa age 22. It "fit" quite well, except who are these children: Margaret, age 28, and Rosa, age 22 are not listed on any census with the family. There is an Ann or Nancy McBride listed in the census so this one fits. But this could all be quite coincidental!  
Mary (I6122)
 
34 12 Jan 2017: Looked around online, but can't figure out if she had any children.  MYHRE, Genievieve June (I452)
 
35 12/21/1736 SMITH, Sarah (I2743)
 
36 12/24/2016: From this site, http://genealogytrails.com/ndak/ransom/biographies.html:

GUSTAF C. HOFOS, a leading farmer of Bear Creek township, Ransom county, is the owner of three hundred and seventy-five acres of prairie land, on which he conducts general farming. He has made a comfortable home, by earnest and persistent effort, and is well known in his community for his industrious habits and practical ideas. His home is located on section 33, his original homestead farm, and he is enabled to enjoy the comforts which he well merits. Our subject was born in Solor, near Kongs Vinger, Norway, September 27, 1848, and was the tenth in a family of twelve children born to Ole and Inger (Noer) Hofos. When about seventeen years of age he was apprenticed to learn the cabinetmakers' trade. After attaining his majority he came to America and worked at his trade in Decorah, Iowa, nine years. He went to Fargo, Dakota, in the fall of 1880, and after working at his trade there three years took a homestead farm, and the following year went with his family to reside thereon. He has added to his possessions by purchase, and his estate is one of the well-improved farms of Bear Creek township. Our subject was married, in 1881, to Miss Christie Myhre. Mr. and Mrs. Hofos are the parents of the following children : Inga ; Oscar ; Carl, deceased : Charlotte ; Gertie ; Ovidie, deceased ; Ida ; Gilbert ; Grace and Otto. Mr. and Mrs. Hofos have adopted one son, Carl Myhre. Mr. Hofos is a member of the Lutheran church. He has been called upon to serve his township as school director, and has been township clerk since the organization of the township. Politically he is a Populist, and stands stanchly for the principles of his party. He is a man of enlightened views, and keeps pace with current events and advocates reform movements. He is now a member of the Populist county central committee, and has attended as a delegate numerous county and state conventions. He is deservedly held in high esteem by his associates, and labors earnestly for the better interests of his community.
[Source: Compendium of History and Biography of North Dakota, Publ. 1900. Transcribed by Susan Ripley]
 
HOFOS, Gustav C. (I2605)
 
37 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I68)
 
38 15 yrs old in 1870 Monongalia Cty Census SHUMAN, Mary Jane (I2958)
 
39 17 yrs old in 1870 Monongalia Cty Census SHUMAN, Phillip (I2957)
 
40 1850 Census for Dane County, Wisconsin list him as Harvey, 46 yrs old, farmer, wife Eliza age 40, son Albert, age 9, all born in New York; Sylvester, age 7, born in Ohio, and daughter Mary age 4, born in Wisconsin.  BARTON, James Harvey (I1735)
 
41 1850 Census: Greene Twp, Green County, pg. 214, laborer.
1860 Census, Greene Twp, Greene County, PA, miller, now real estate, personal estate $150. 
MASTERS, Solomon (I579)
 
42 1850 Federal Census for Eaton, Lorain, Ohio, USA:
* Solomon Foot, age 27, Farmer, Real estate 3000, birth place ohio.
* Adaline, 24, New York (?)
* Julia, 3, Ohio.
* Eugene, 1, Ohio.
* Silas 24, Laborer, Ohio.
* Julia A., 19, NY
* Emeline Blood, 43, * Allen, 13, Ohio.
 
SMITH, Emeline Clark (I1751)
 
43 1850 US Fed'l Census for Janesville (west side of Rock River), Rock, Wisconsin:
* Robert Boyd, age 39, teamster, b. Ireland. .
* Ellen Boyd, age 28, b. Ireland..
* Mary Boyd, age 9. b. Ind (Indiana?)
* Albert Boyd, age 0. Wisconsin.
* Margaret Boyd, age 18. Canada.
* Jane Boyd, age 16. Michigan.
* Robert N Boyd, age 3. Wisconsin. 
Boyd, Robert (I5685)
 
44 1850 US Federal Census for Montgomery County, Canajoharie Township:
* Andrew D. Roof, age 48, farmer.
* Elizabeth, age 44.
* Clarissa A, age 20.
* Elijah J. age 18.
* Daniel J age 15.
* Reuben age 12.
* Marietta age 8.
* Jeremiah age 3/12.
* George Glasby, age 38, Race listed as "M" (Mulatto)
* Frederick Powell, age 20.

All born in New York, except Frederick Powell is born in Germany. Both Frederick and Clarissa are marked as having been married w/in the past year.


 
ROOF, Andrew D. (I684)
 
45 1850 US Federal Census, District 37, Monongolia, Virginia, lists his birthplace as Maryland. JONES, David (I160)
 
46 1850. 1860, and 1870 Census: Carlisle Township, Lorain County, Ohio.
1880 Census: Red Wing, Goodhue County, MN.
Maybe died in Minnesota.  
BASSETT, Joshua Covert (I5612)
 
47 1860 Census lists his birthplace as Ohio PATTERSON, Thomas G. (I2461)
 
48 1860 Federal Census for Black Earth, Dane, Wisconsin, lists:
* Harvey Barton, age 57, m, farmer, Real Estate = 600, Personal Estate = 275, Birthplace NY.
* Elisabeth, age 39, f, NY
* Jonathan, age 16, m, Michigan
* Johanne, age 12, f, Michigan
* Edward, age 6, m, Ohio
* Frank, age 3/12, m, Wisconsin
Census taken 24th day of Aug, 1860. 
BARTON, James Harvey (I1735)
 
49 1860 US Fed'l Census, Union, Rock, Wisconsin lists:
* R. Boyd, age 49, b. Ireland. Real Estate value $1000, Personal Estate $350.
* Lucrecia Boyd, age 38, b. Pennsylvania.
* Mary A. Boyd, age 18, b. Wisconsin.
* William Boyd, age 15, b. Illinois.
* RM Boyd, age 11, born Wisconsin.
* Fanny Boyd, age 10, b. Wisconsin.  
Boyd, Robert (I5685)
 
50 1860 US Federal Census for Rock, Rock County, Wisconsin:
* Andrew Roof, age 58, farmer, personal estate listed as "662".
* Elizabeth, age 54.
* Mary, age 18.
* Jeremiah, age 10.
* James Watts (or could be Walts), age 8.
* Jacob Roof, age 36.
* Ruben Roof, age 22.

All born in New York.

Note: I think I have a picture of someone with the last name Watts. Will have to look into that.

 
ROOF, Andrew D. (I684)
 

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