Sources


1 Doc #CEN0017
1880 U.S. Census, Winston County, Alabama.
Page No. 2, Supervisor's Dist.#1, Enumeration Dist. #287.
. Lines 18 through 27
Sparks, David - white male
age 40 (49?)
farmer
cannot write
birthplace - Georgia
bp of father - Georgia
bp of mother - Georgia. (Line 18)

Sparks, Frances E. - wife
white female
age 38
keeps house
birthplace - Alabama
bp of father - Georgia
bp of mother - Georgia. (Line 19)

Sparks, Dialse B. - daughter
white female
age 13
attended school this year
cannot read,cannot write. (Line 20)

Sparks, William - son
white male
age 12
attended school this year
cannot read, cannot write. (Line 21)

Sparks, Mary E. - daughter
white female
age 9. (Line 22)

Sparks, James - son
white male
age 7. (Line 23)

Sparks, Emily L. - daughter
white female
age 6. (Line 24)

Sparks, Marcissa E. - daughter
white female
age 4. (Line 25)

Sparks, John - son
white male
age 2. (Line 26)

Sparks, (Baby) - daughter
white female
age 0 (just born). (Line 27)

2 Doc# CEN0016
1900 U.S. Census
Bilix Road Township (Haleyville), Wintson County, Alabama
Supervisor's District: 6
Enumeration District: 155
Sheet: 10

.

3 Family History Library Film 1254795 NA Film Number T9-0795 Page Number 25 C. Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace

David FORCE Self M Male W 82 NJ Carpenter NJ NJ
Elizabeth FORCE Wife M Female W 70 NJ Keeping House NJ NJ
Ella TOLL GDau S Female W 19 NY W. Silk Mill NJ NJ
William TOLL GSon S Male W 14 PA W. Machine Shop NJ NJ

4 The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 1880 United States Census (Copyright (c) 2000, 2002 FamilySearch (TM) Internet Genealogy Service, July 23, 2004).

5 The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Ancestral File (R) (Copyright (c) 1987, June 1998, data as of 5 January 1998).

6 The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 1880 United States Census (Copyright (c) 2000, 2002 FamilySearch (TM) Internet Genealogy Service, July 23, 2004), FHL Film 1254795; National Archives Film T9-0795; Page 25C.

7 Doc #CEN0017
1880 U.S. Census, Winston County, Alabama.
Page No. 2, Supervisor's Dist.#1, Enumeration Dist. #287.
, Lines 18 through 27 Sparks, David - white male age 40 (49?) farmer cannot write birthplace - Georgia bp of father - Georgia bp of mother - Georgia.

8 David Sparks headstone inscription (This was found on the web site http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/al/cullman/military/civilwar/other/somecivi102gmt.txt
It is a list of inscriptions from Cullman County, Alabama.), Sparks, David J. born 1839, died 1885, member of the 5th Alabama Company B. Sparks, David J. born 1839, died 1885, member of the 5th Alabama Company B, buried Cullman City Cemetery

9 Doc# CEN0016
1900 U.S. Census
Bilix Road Township (Haleyville), Wintson County, Alabama
Supervisor's District: 6
Enumeration District: 155
Sheet: 10

, Line 66 - Sparks, Malissie (Melissa?) - Wife white female born Feb 1869 age 31 married 9 years birthplace - Alabama birthplace of father - Georgia birthplace of mother - Georgia can read? Y can write? Y speak english? Y.

10 Doc #CEN0018
1880 U.S. Census, Santa Rosa County, Florida.
Page 09, Supv. Dist.#18, Enumeration Dist.#137.
, Lines 39 through 43 McGaha (Misspelled,should be Magaha),William - white male age 23 teamster cannot read cannot write birthplace - Florida bp of father - Virginia bp of mother - Alabama.

11 Ibid, Lines 39 through 43 McGaha (Misspelled,should be Magaha),William - white male age 23 birthplace - Florida.

12 Doc #CEN0015
1880 U.S. Census, Santa Rosa County, Florida
Page No. 39, Supv. Dist.# 18, Enumeration Dist.# 137.
.

13 Document #CEN0020
The 1860 U.S. Census of Florida (taken 23 Jul 1860), Santa Rosa County, Milton
(Page number and Enum. Dist. not shown on photocopy).

, Isaac Magaha, age 48, male, laborer Malissa Magaha, age 38, female Margrett Magaha, age 14, female John Magaha, age 12, male William Magaha, age 10, male Eliza Magaha, age 7, female Elizabeth Magaha, age 7, female Tanaka(?) Magaha, age 1, female.

14 Ibid, William Magaha, age 10, male.

15 Doc #CEN0018
1880 U.S. Census, Santa Rosa County, Florida.
Page 09, Supv. Dist.#18, Enumeration Dist.#137.
.

16 Document #CEN0025
1900 Census - New Jersey - Paterson
VOL 58 ED 127-142 ED 137 SHEET 15 WARD 4 LINE 55

, This census has William Toll's last name spelled "TOWELL" and lists his occupation as a machinist.

17 Document Number BTH0001
Martin David Heck's birth certificate


, Birth Certificate State.

18 Source: Document # DTH0002
Death Certificate - Martin P. Heck
.

19 Cedar Lawn Cemetery, Paterson, NJ, Document #CMY0004B
Interment Name Index
Cedar Lawn Cemetery, Paterson, NJ
, Name: Heck, Martin P. Age: 75 Date of death: 17 Feb 1933 Cause of death: Cirrhosis of Liver.

20 Source: Document # DTH0002
Death Certificate - Martin P. Heck
, Place of death: Paterson, Passaic, New Jersey Full Name: Martin P. Heck Date of birth: May 28, 1857 Age 75.

21 Document #CMY0004A
Interment Name Index
Cedar Lawn Cemetery, Paterson, NJ
, Name: Heck, Catherine Age: 61 Place of death: St. Joseph's Hospital Date of death: 12 May 1929 Cause of death: Exhaustion following carninoma of cyst ovary.

22 Ibid, Name: Heck, Catherine Age: 61 Date: 15 May 1929 Section 9, Lot 52, Division W 1/2, Grave #6.

23 Pedigree Resource File CD 108 (Salt Lake City, UT: Intellectual Reserve, Inc., 2005).

24 Document #DTH0001
Death Certificate - William Toll
, County.

25 Ibid, Date of birth: Oct. 24, 1866 Birthplace: Lancaster, PA Name of father: Gerald Toll.

26 Ibid, County: Passaic State: New Jersey Borough: Hawthorne Full Name: William Toll Age 63 Date of death: April 5, 1929 Cause of death: Brights Disease.

27 Document #OBT0002

The Paterson Morning Call, Monday, April 8, 1929

, William Toll.

28 CENSUS:

Document Number CEN0027
U.S. Census, 1870, Passaic County, NJ, Pompton Township, Page 718 (printed), Page 39 (handwritten)

, Line 30, Lefever, Anna C., age 3, female, born in NJ.

29 Heck Family Bible (Doc#BOOK0033).

30 Document #CMY0005B
Interment Name Index
Cedar Lawn Cemetery, Paterson, NJ
.

31 Document #CMY0010A
Cedar Lawn Cemetery
Paterson, NJ.

32 Robert Martin Heck, Sr. and Robert Martin Heck, Jr. visited George Heck in his home in Abilene, TX in early 1992, Conversation with Mabel's son, George (RIN-116) in early 1992. George stated that his mother died when he was 2 years old. Since he was born in April 1916, the date BETWEEN April 1918/1919 is used here.

33 Document #CMY0005A
Interment Name Index
Cedar Lawn Cemetery, Paterson, NJ
.

34 Robert Martin Heck, Sr. and Robert Martin Heck, Jr. visited George Heck in his home in Abilene, TX in early 1992, George said that "aunt' Elizabeth married Ted Pohlmen.

35 Document #CEN0026
1870 U.S. Census, North Ward-City of Paterson, County of Passaic, New Jersey.
Census taken 8/12/1870. Page 694. LDS Film #0295578.

, Page 694. LDS Film #0295578. Concilman, John,46,M, Laborer, Bplace-Wurtemburg.

36 Document - LDS Film #1312473 #3; Index to Naturalization for Passaic County, New Jersey, 1837-1895

, Page 302 - John G. Konselmann Nationality - Wurttemberg.

37 Document # CMY0002A
Interment Name Index
Cedar Lawn Cemetery, Paterson, NJ
, Name: Konzelmann, John G. Place of birth: Germany.

38 Ibid, Name: Konzelmann, John G. Age: 68y 5m 0d Date of death: 10 Nov 1892.

39 Ibid, Name: Konzelmann, John G. Age: 68y 5m 0d Date: 13 Nov 1892 Section 9, Lot 52, Division W 1/2, Grave No. 1&2.

40 Document - LDS Film #1312473 #3; Index to Naturalization for Passaic County, New Jersey, 1837-1895

, Page 302 - John G. Konselmann Naturalized 7 NOV 1859 Witnessed by T. Poppler 1st papers filed 27 OCT 1856 Citizenship granted, Passaic Common Pleas Court Nationality - Wurttemberg.

41 Document #CMY0003A
Interment Name Index
Cedar Lawn Cemetery, Paterson, NJ

, Konzelmann, Elizabeth Age at death: 75y 9m 0d Place of birth: Germany.

42 Document #CEN0026
1870 U.S. Census, North Ward-City of Paterson, County of Passaic, New Jersey.
Census taken 8/12/1870. Page 694. LDS Film #0295578.

, Elizabeth,46,F, Keeps house, Bplace-Wurtemburg.

43 Document #CMY0003A
Interment Name Index
Cedar Lawn Cemetery, Paterson, NJ

, Konzelmann, Elizabeth Date of Death: 13 APR 1900 Age at death: 75y 9m 0d.

44 Ibid, Konzelmann, Elizabeth Interment Date: 16 APR 1900.

45 Document #CEN0026
1870 U.S. Census, North Ward-City of Paterson, County of Passaic, New Jersey.
Census taken 8/12/1870. Page 694. LDS Film #0295578.

, Concilman, John,46,M, Laborer, Bplace-Wurtemburg Elizabeth,46,F, Keeps house, Bplace-Wurtemburg.

46 Ibid.

47 Document #CMY0002B
Interment Name Index, Cedar Lawn Cemetery, Paterson, NJ
.

48 Document #CMY0003B
Cedar Lawn Cemetery, Paterson, NJ
.

49 Document #CMY0006B
Cedar Lawn Cemetery, Paterson, NJ
.

50 Document #CMY0006A
Interment Name Index
Cedar Lawn Cemetery, Paterson, NJ
.

51 Source: Document # DTH0002
Death Certificate - Martin P. Heck
, Name of father: Phillip Heck Birthplace of father: Germany.

52 Document #DTH0004
This is Philip's actual death certificate (copy).
Found in NJ State Archives - Microfilm
Dept of Health 1878-1903, Death Certificates, Reel 173, Drawer #792-793, Place 83 (Paterson). Cert H67

, Name: Philip Heck Birthplace: Germany Age: 70 (at death). Selected information from death certificate:

Name: Philip Heck
Age: 70
Color: White
Birthplace: Germany
How long lived in this State?: 18 years (pretty sure that's a one in front of the eight).
Father's name: (blank)
Country of birth (father): Germany
Mother's name: (blank)
Country of birth (mother): Germany

53 Document #CMY0008B
Interment Name Index
Cedar Lawn Cemetery, Paterson, NJ
, Name: Heck, Philip Age: 69y6m0d Place of death: 127 Lawrence Pl., Paterson, NJ Date of death: 28 NOV 1899.

54 Document #DTH0004
This is Philip's actual death certificate (copy).
Found in NJ State Archives - Microfilm
Dept of Health 1878-1903, Death Certificates, Reel 173, Drawer #792-793, Place 83 (Paterson). Cert H67

, Name: Philip Heck Age: 70.

55 Document #CMY0008B
Interment Name Index
Cedar Lawn Cemetery, Paterson, NJ
, Name: Heck, Philip Date: 1 DEC 1899 Section 6, Lot 133, Div. E, Grave No. 1.

56 Doc# DTH0003
Catherine's Death Certificate.
NJ State Archives, Microfilm Reel
Death Cert. 1904-1940 #204
1916 Start:Goble, End:Herzog


, Name: Catherine Heck Sex: Female Color: White Age: 85 Birthplace: Germany.

57 Document #CMY0008A
Interment Name Index
Cedar Lawn Cemetery, Paterson, NJ


, Name: Heck, Catherine Age: 85y 0m 0d Late Residence - 290 Jefferson St., Orange NJ Place of Death - Orange, NJ Date of death - Jan. 12, 1916 Cause of death - Pneumonia.

58 Doc# DTH0003
Catherine's Death Certificate.
NJ State Archives, Microfilm Reel
Death Cert. 1904-1940 #204
1916 Start:Goble, End:Herzog


, Name: Catherine Heck Age: 85 Date of death: Jan 12, 1916 Cause of death: Pneumonia Informant: Martin Heck, 133 Gould Ave, Paterson.

59 Document #CMY0008A
Interment Name Index
Cedar Lawn Cemetery, Paterson, NJ


, Name: Heck, Catherine Age: 85y 0m 0d Date: 14 JAN 1916 Section 6, Lot 133, Division E, Grave No. 1, No. in grave 2.

60 U.S. - 1900, Paterson, Passaic, New Jersey
Enum Dist 122; Vol 57; Sheet 11; Line 15
, 127 Lawrence Place The head of the household is David Fogel. This is Catherine's son-in-law. Catherine was living with him, so she is enumerated with him on the census.

61 Gary J. Zimmerman and Marion Wolfert., German Immigrants, Lists of Passengers Bound from Bremen to New York, 1847-1854, with Places of Origin.

, Catherine Heck is listed as passenger number 214 on the P.

62 Document # CMY0009A
Interment Name Index, Cedar Lawn Cemetery, Paterson, NJ

.

63 Document #CMY0009B
Interment Name Index
Cedar Lawn Cemetery, Paterson, NJ
.

64 Document #CMY0007B
Cedar Lawn Cemetery, Paterson, NJ
.

65 CENSUS:

Document Number CEN0027
U.S. Census, 1870, Passaic County, NJ, Pompton Township, Page 718 (printed), Page 39 (handwritten)

, Line 23, Lefever, Abraham, age 48, Male, Laborer, born in Holland.

66 Document #CEN0022
U.S. Census, 1860, Passaic County, NJ, Wayne Township (District of Wayne & Pompton)
Page number unknown (Does not show on photocopy)

, Line 11 - Abraham C. Lafevre, age 36, male, farm laborer.

67 Ibid, Line 11 - Abraham C. Lafevre, age 36, male, farm laborer Place of birth: NJ (not possible - this is incorrect).

68 Compiled by Robert P. Swierenga, Document BOOK0036
Dutch Immigrants in U.S. Ship Passenger Manifests, 1820-1880; An Alphabetical Listing by Household Heads and Independent Persons

Vol 1 - Aab to Meller

(Scholarly Resources Inc., Wilmington, Delaware, 1983), Page 570 The following people arrived at the port of New York on 26 Jan 1852 on the Alkmar.

69 CENSUS:

Document Number CEN0027
U.S. Census, 1870, Passaic County, NJ, Pompton Township, Page 718 (printed), Page 39 (handwritten)

, Line 23, Lefever, Abraham, age 48, Male, Laborer, born in Holland Line 24, Lefever, Catherine, age 37, Female, keeping house, born in Holland.

70 Document #DTH0001
Death Certificate - William Toll
, Name of father: Gerald Toll Birthplace of father: New Jersey.

71 Ethel C. Woodall Grider, BOOK:(DOC# BOOK0037)
McGehee Descendants - Volume II
The Library of Congress Catalog Card Number of her book is 88-83686. (Baltimore: Gateway Press, Inc., 1989). "Faye Magaha Bates of Jay, FL, writes that she has reason to believe that her great-grandfather, Issac (spelled with two s's in text) Magaha was one of the McGehee family. 'He joined the U.S. Calvary in Ludlon (Loudoun Cty?), VA as a volunteer and fought in the Mexican War. He was discharged at Milton, FL in 1840 and given a land grant in Floridatown, FL for his services in the war. He was born in 1812, but we do not know anything about his family before he came to Florida. He married Malissa Clark, a full-blooded Creek Indian, in 1842. They had eight children. My grandfather, William Magaha, was one of the eight. As you see, we spell our name 'Magaha', but we had some cousins that spelled theirs 'Megaha and McGhee'.' If anyone has information, Faye would appreciate hearing from you."

The story is also told in the text that Isaac stole Malissa from the Indians and they went to Floridatown and raised their family.

72 Document #CEN0020
The 1860 U.S. Census of Florida (taken 23 Jul 1860), Santa Rosa County, Milton
(Page number and Enum. Dist. not shown on photocopy).

.

73 WM. E. BERGIN, Major General, USA, The Adjutant General, MISC0001
A letter, dated 6 Aug 1951, from the Department of the Army:, The records show that Isaac Magaha, born in Louden County, Virginia, aged 25 years, enlisted 26 November 1837 at Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and was honorably discharged 26 November 1840 at Fort Brooke, East Florida, a private, Company D, 6th Regiment of In.

74 Document #CEN0020
The 1860 U.S. Census of Florida (taken 23 Jul 1860), Santa Rosa County, Milton
(Page number and Enum. Dist. not shown on photocopy).

, Malissa Magaha, age 38, female.

75 Albert James Pickett, History of Alabama: And Incidentally of Georgia and Mississippi
(Sheffield, Alabama: Reprinted by Robert C. Randolph, 1896
), pp. 422-24. ... One of these up-country traders, "Woccocoie Clarke", living at Wococcoie, in the modern Coosa county, transported his merchandise and skins upon seventy pack-horses. His squaw, who was of great assistance to him, he called Queen Anne, for Clarke was an Englishmen.

Besides skins of various kinds, the traders bought up beeswax, hickory-nut oil, snake root, together with various medicinal barks, and transported them to Augusta and Pensacola on pack-horses and to Mobile and New Orleans in large canoes. The pack-horses used in this trade were generally small ones, raised in the nation, but were capable of sustaining heavy loads and of enduring great fatigue. A saddle of a peculiar shape was first placed upon the pony. The food consisted of three bundles, each weighing sixty pounds. Two of these were suspended across the saddle, and came down by the sides of the pony, while the third was deposited on top of the saddle. The whole pack was covered with a skin to keep off the rain. Thus the pony sustained a load of one hundred and eighty pounds. Even liquids were conveyed in the same manner. Taffai, a mean rum, was carried on these horses in small kegs. Indeed, these
hardy animals transported everything for sale; and even poultry of all kinds was carried in cages made of reeds strapped upon their backs. A pack-horseman drove ten ponies in a lead. He used no lines, but urged them on with big hickories and terrible oaths. Accustomed to their duty, they, however, seldom gave trouble, but jogged briskly along. The route and the stopping places became familiar, and, as evening approached, the little fellows quickened their trot with new life and activity. When the sun retired over the hills, the caravan stopped; the packs were taken off, piled in a heap, and covered with skins; the horses were belled and turned out to find there food, which consisted of grass and young cane. It was usually late the next morning collected and packed, for no person in an Indian country is fool enough to regard time. An attack from the
natives upon traders was a rare occurrence. They imagined that they needed the supplies which they brought into their country, and regarded these singular merchants as their best friends, did not even rob them. A pack-horseman always drank taffai--it cheered him in the forest and emboldened him in distress. With a bottle slung by his saddle he often indulged, while those before and behind him followed his custom. Those going to Pensacola and other places were frequently in want of the stimulant, and it was customary for the traders whom they met coming from the market to halt and treat and interchange jokes. The trader who suddenly rushed by a thirsty party was long remembered as a mean fellow.

Nothing stopped these men on their journey. They swam all swollen creeks and rafted over their effects or produce. Where they had no canoes, rivers were crossed in the same manner. If they reached a stream having large cane on its banks, these were presently cut, ten feet long, and tied up into bundles about three feet in circumference, which were placed in the water. Across these others were laid, which formed an admirable raft, capable of sustaining great weight. Logs were also often employed in the construction of rafts. Guided by long grapevines, they were generally dragged safely across to the opposite side, where the wet ponies stood, ready to receive their packs again. Then all hands drank taffai, and journeyed on, with light hearts and laughing faces. The average travel was twenty-five miles a day. The route from Pensacola was a well-beaten path, leading up the country and across the fatal Murder Creek, and thence to within a few miles of the Catoma, when it diverged into several trails, one of which led to Tookabatcha, along the old Federal road, the other to Montgomery and Wetumpka, by the Red Warrior's Bluff, now Grey's Ferry, upon the Tallapoosa. This trail continued to the Tennessee river.

76 Ibid, pp 422-24.

77 Document #CMY0007A
Cedar Lawn Cemetery, Paterson, NJ
.

78 CENSUS:

Document Number CEN0027
U.S. Census, 1870, Passaic County, NJ, Pompton Township, Page 718 (printed), Page 39 (handwritten)

.

79 Document Number CEN0022
U.S. Census, 1860, Passaic County, NJ, Wayne Township (District of Wayne & Pompton)
Page number unknown (Does not show on photocopy)

.

80 Document #DTH0001
Death Certificate - William Toll
, Name of mother: Margaret Force.

81 FORCE-squire.FTW.

82 Bob Hunter hunterrd@attbi.com.

83 NY Gen. & Bio. Record, Jan 1, 1927.

84 Eddie A. Force, Russellville, Ark..(1995)

85 "J.F. Garrett" <FRAKGARRETT@EARTHLINK.NET>, Mary Garrett.

86 Latter Day SAINTS, LDS-IGI (Family Search).

87 Notes On The Lineage Of The Force Fam. Of Hunterdon & Warren Co's., NJ, by Hazel Davis, dau. of Edna Force Davis, Wash. DC, July 1958.

88 NY Gen. & Bio. Record, Jan 1, 1927 & LDS-IGI. Notes On The Lineage Of The Force Fam. Of Hunterdon & Warren Co's., NJ, by Hazel Davis, dau. of Edna Force Davis, Wash. DC, July 1958.

89 Leeta- "Gregory A. Inman" <ginman9@home.com>.

90 Leeta (Kern) Inman, Fremont, MI (E-mail to Ken Gruschow on Feb 24, 2001.)

91 http://howellresearch.com/d0110/g0000026.html.

92 Eddy Force, Russellville, AR.

93 Eddie Force, Russellville, AR.

94 "The Meeker Newsletter", vo.3, no.1, Jan-Mar, 1996, Geo.E. Meeker, Ed. of Troy, OH.

95 Sonia M. Glines <ItsJusttaMe@cs.com>.

96 Kern Family at Ancestry.com.

97 FamilySearch® Ancestral File™ v4.19 (LDS-Mormons).

98 James Vorce.

99 Notices NJ Newspapers, NJ Journal, Elizabethtown by Thomas Wilson.

100 Notices in NJ Newspapers 1781-1790, vol.1, NJ Journel, Elizabethtown,1988 NJ by Thomas B. Wilson.

101 NY Genealogical & Biog. Record, vol 113, 1982, #1369, Mrs. Rosemary F. LOVELL & "Amer. Marr. Records bef. 1699".

102 "Force Family" by Cheska C. Wheatley-on the Net.

103 Ward Gedcom by Melissa Ward, sarafina@phoenixat.com.

104 Seifert-Report in Family Tree Maker on the Net.

105 Dick WEISIGER, Gendex-Force search.

106 World Family Tree, Vol. 4, tree #1212.

107 NY Genealogical & Biog. Record, vol 113, 1982, #1369, Mrs. Rosemary F. LOVELL.

108 James R. Merritt, Jr., jmerritt@umcs.maine.edu.

109 Ancestors of William Holling & Patricia Bruce (http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~pholling/aqwg333.htm#6337).

110 Joanne Fairman <jowest@doitnow.com>.

111 Early Germans of NJ, 376.

112 R.W. Vosburgh, 1920's manuscript at the NY Gene. & Biograh. Soc.

113 Brøderbund Software, INC., World Family Tree Vol. 12, Ed. 1 (Release date: July 28, 1997), Tree #0133.

114 forcenoe.FTW.

115 Boston Transcript-Genealogy column, Sept 18, 1905, answer to 772. J.D.F.

116 FamilySearch® Ancestral File™ v4.19 (LDS-Mormons), Individual Record.

117 Patents and Deeds of New Jersey, 1664-1703, East Jersey Deeds, Liber C, Page 148.

118 IGI.

119 1850 Census, Kings Co., NY, B'klyn, Wd. 5, p.312b.

120 Index to Marr.& Deaths in the NY Herald 1856-1863, vol 2.

121 Brooklyn City Directory-1853/54.

122 Brøderbund Software, INC., World Family Tree Vol. 5, Ed. 1 (Release date: August 22, 1996), Tree #3919.

123 forcesquire.FTW.

124 By John Littell, 1851, Family Records or genealogies of the first settlers of Passaic Valley and Vicinity above Chatham , p.210.

125 1820 Census, NY, NY Co., Wd. 3, p. 89.

126 http://howellresearch.com/d0030/g0000066.html.

127 1850 Census, NYC, Ward 7, dist.1, pg 212.

128 smacksadoodle@yahoo.com (---), Jeanie Weyer.

129 Family Records or genealogies of the first settlers of Passaic Valley and Vicinity above Chatham by John Littell, 1851.

130 LDS-IGI (Mormons).

131 Morris Co. New Jersey Will, 1059N. B. 39, p. 283. W.1801. Inv. 1801.

132 1820 Census, NYC, Wd.10, p.124.

133 Transcribed by Letha HOLMES, Newspaper Death Notices from Genius of Liberty, Morris Town, NJ (http://www.rootsweb.com/~njmorris/vitalrecords/deathnotices.htm).

134 Not on 1850 Census with wife & son Moses & family.

135 1830 Census, Chatham Twp., Morris Co., NJ, p.115, 117.

136 1870 Census, B'klyn, NY, Wd.2. p.120, film 946.

137 New York City Directories.

138 Prebyterian Church Records at Hanover, Morris, NJ 1746-1796.

139 1830 Census, Chatham Twp., Morris Co., NJ, 115.

140 http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/s/i/m/Dj-Sims/ODT6-0008.html.

141 Glad/Kennamer Genealogy at Ancestry.com.

142 1870 Census, B'klyn, Wd.2. p.120.

143 He might have died at Wrentham, Mass., which I had originally from somewhere, but I lean more to Wethersfield, Conn. since his son Wm. married there in 1641.

144 Col. Weygant? Oliver HULL?, The Hull Family in America (The Hull Family Association), p.245.

145 Hull Genealogy Forum at Genealogy.com (http://genforum.genealogy.com/my/).

146 Col. Weygant? Oliver HULL?, The Hull Family in America (The Hull Family Association).

147 Ibid, 246.

148 American Ancestry, Columbia County, New York State.


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