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  1. 1850 MI census
  2. Portland, Oregon City Directories, 1890-1891
  3. LDS IGI Records
  4. ackleygroup@earthlink.net
  5. http://www.usgennet.org/usa/mi/county/shiawassee/marriage_1837.html#A
  6. Washington Death Certificates 1907-1960, son's death certificate 72 Clark WA
  7. 1860 MI census
  8. Record of Service of Michigan Volunteers 1861-65
  9. Civil War Research Database
  10. Gene Pool Individual Records - Births
  11. Len Thomas
    LenLensart@aol.com
  12. Headstones Provided for Deceased Union Civil War Veterans, 1879-1903
    Card Records of Headstones Provided for Deceased Union Civil War Veterans, ca. 1879-ca. 1903; (National Archives Microfilm Publication M1845, 22 rolls); Records of the Office of the Quartermaster General, Record Group 92; National Archives, Washington, D.C.

  13. Dewey genealogy and family history. Compiled by Louis Marinus Dewey, Westfield, Massachusetts,1898.
  14. Life of George Dewey and Dewey Family History. Dickinson, Edward. Westfield, MA. (1945)
  15. Marriage Record, Antrim MI v 1 p 35 rn 79
  16. Ibid.
  17. 1900 MI Census
  18. 1880 MI census
  19. Description:
    The Gene Pool was created while gathering genealogical data for use in the study of human genetics and disease. Compiling data for genetic research does not require the same type of documentation as traditional genealogical research. The genes themselves verify relationships and qualify or disqualify a person from a particular study. Citing the source of every genealogical fact in the electronic gene pool was deemed unnecessary and cost prohibitive by medical researchers. Millions of individual records were created from birth, marriage and death records; obituaries; probate records; books of remembrance; family histories; genealogies; family group sheets; pedigree charts; and other sources. The records collected that did not fit a specific study became the project's "by-products" and were schedule to be discarded. After viewing the quality of the source material used to create the gene pool and despite the absence of cited documentation, the electronic rights to the data were purchased, rather than see it destroyed.
    Extended Description:
    Thousands of families are known to be present in the database, containing 20 million names in 5 million records. This data covers the entire U.S. for a wide expanse of years. At a minimum, each record contains an individual's name, date and place of birth, and the name of his or her father. A complete record will contain the following information for an individual: Name, Date and Place of Birth, Date and Place Married, Date and Place of Death, Name of Spouse, Name of Father, Name of Mother, Use this database as a finding tool, just as you would any other secondary source. When you find the name of an ancestor listed, confirm the facts in original sources, such as birth, marriage, and death records, church records, census enumerations, and probate records for the place where the even took place.
    (Source Information:
    Edmund West, comp. Gene Pool Individaul Records. [database online] Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 2000)
  20. Washington Death Certificates 1907-1960, 72 Clark WA
  21. Land Records: AL, AR, FL, LA, MI, MN, OH, WI
  22. Bureau Of Land Management Land Office Records
  23. Washington Death Certificates 1907-1960, son James http://search.labs.familysearch.org/recordsearch/start.html?datestamp=1206209292843#w=;p=3;c=1454923;t=searchable
  24. Ibid.
  25. birth record, Michigan item 2 p 112 rn 178 son's
  26. Ibid.
  27. Marriage Record, Antrim, MI item 1 rn 39 son
  28. Ibid.
  29. Ibid.
  30. 1920 WA Census
  31. Washington Death Certificates 1907-1960, rn 106 Clark WA
  32. Grave Records
  33. birth record, Antrim MI item 2 p 77 rn 445
  34. News Article
  35. Marriage Record, Antrim, MI p 90 rn 94
  36. 1930 WA Census
  37. Washington Death Certificates 1907-1960, http://search.labs.familysearch.org/recordsearch/start.html?datestamp=1206209292843#w=;p=3;c=1454923;t=searchable
  38. Marriage Record, Antrim, MI item 1 rn 39
  39. 1900 OH Census
  40. Washington Death Certificates 1907-1960, son's death certificate
  41. birth record, Antrim Michigan item 3 p 89 rn 73
  42. Marriage Record, Antim, MI v 1 p 95 rn 153
  43. Ibid.
  44. CA Death Records 1940 thru 1997
  45. Washington Death Certificates 1907-1960, son's death certificate 136 Clark WA
  46. This index contains the names of those children born between the years 1 July 1907-19. The father’s full name, the mother’s maiden name (if known), the child’s given names, the birth date, the birth location, the certificate number, the sex, and race may also appear. The child’s name may not be known and “unnamed” will appear in the place of a name. For information on how to order a copy of a birth certificate, visit the Washington State Department of Health website.

    The mandatory recording of births and deaths on a state level began 1 July 1907. Although the keeping of birth records at a state level officially began on this date, not all counties may have reformed to this new law right away. Therefore, it is important to check for birth records at a county level if they are not found at a state level. From 1891 to 1907 birth and death registers were kept on a county level. Prior to 1891, Washington had no legislative provision for the recording of births and deaths.
    (Washington, Ancestry’s Red Book by Dwight A. Radford, edited by Alice Eichholz. (Salt Lake City, UT: Ancestry Incorporated, 1992)

  47. Washington Death Certificates 1907-1960, 136 Clark WA
  48. birth record, Michigan item 2 p 112 rn 178
  49. Washington Death Certificates 1907-1960
  50. Michigan Birth Records, Antrim MI item 2 p 109 rn 281
  51. Washington Death Certificates 1907-1960, husbands death certificate
  52. Ibid.
  53. Ibid.
  54. Howard F. Hodgson
    Quarterkeg@sbcglobal.net
  55. Washington Death Certificates 1907-1960, 101 Snohomish WA
  56. This database is an index to death records for the state of Washington for the years Washington Death Index 1907-1996 In addition to providing the name of the deceased, the index also provides the person's age, place and date of death, and sex. The index was obtained from the Washington State Archives and was originally created by the Washington State Health Department (Washington State Department of Health. Microfilmed copy of index obtained from: Washington State Archives)
  57. Washington Death Certificates 1907-1960, 232 Yakima WA
  58. Ibid.
  59. Ibid.
  60. Social Security Death Index
  61. Find A Grave
    http://www.findagrave.com
  62. mmiller@ebulon.com
  63. Tacoma Washington Obituaries
  64. http://www.co.genesee.mi.us/vitalrec/, http://www.co.genesee.mi.us/vitalrec/
  65. U.S. Public Records Index

    The U.S. Public Records Index is a compilation of various public records spanning all 50 states in the United States from 1984 to the present. Entries in this index may contain the following information: name, street or mailing address, telephone number, birth date or birth year
  66. sister inlaw's obituary, News Tribune, The (Tacoma, WA) - September 27, 2007
  67. Father inlaw Obituary
  68. Fathers Obituary
  69. Grand Mothers Obituary, Herald Net Jan 2005