Terry Mason's Family History Site
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4603. Richard Yerkes Cook
"Robergia - A Story of Old England" by Richard Y. Cook, c1905; printed by Philadelphia MCMV; press of Edward Stern & Co. Inc.; Public Library of the City of Boston. (Refer to notes of Robergia (b. 1182) wife of Francis de Bordon.
RESEARCHER: Information sent to T.Mason on 11 Oct 2005 by John Cameron Walker [email@example.com]. "It is worthy to note that Mary Earle, decended from Ralph Earle, was the grandniece of Mary Earle, Granddaughter of Ralph Earle 1st who married John Borden in 1670. John Borden's sister, Mary, married John Cooke. John Cooke was grand uncle of William Cook."
Thomas Jefferson Campbell
He was a carpenter & doctor.
He likely had children by other wives, also.
RESEARCHER: Information sent to T.Mason by Cheryl Hiatt on 23 Nov 2002.
1870 Federal Census Page 18, Clover, County of Henry, State of Ilinois
next door to father is:
Byers John Jr 24 Male White Farmer 2000 550 Ohio
Abigail 23 Female White Keeping HOuse Illinois
Geo 3 male white Illinois
Joseph 2 male white Illinois
1880 Federal Census Clover, county of Henry, State of Illinois
Supervisor Dist #3 Enumeration Distrct 104 page 209c. Image 420 Roll T9-212
name rel age bp
John Byers Self M Male W 36 OH Farmer OH OH
Abigail D Wife F Female W 34 IL Keep House OH OH
Geo W. Son S Male W 13 IL At School OH IL
Joseph F Son S Male W 12 IL At School OH IL
Tillman K Son S Male W 6 IL At School OH IL
Susan M Dau S Female W 4 IL OH IL
Albert H Son S Male W 2 IL OH IL
Menna D. Dau S Female W 6mo IL OH IL
4653. Almon Wells Borden
Information from Philip Christon to T.Mason on 6 Mar 2011. "Granddad’s sister, was married to Wells Borden. Wells was a conductor or trainman, I forget which, on the railroad*. I remember he had a snazzy blue uniform with a stiff cap so I considered him a Very Important Person. They lived in Ewing and that made them the more privileged family members because they had electricity and a telephone."
Anna May Christon
Information from Philip Christon to T.Mason on 1 Mar 2011. "was the last child of Anna Marie (Jensen) and Peter Christian Christensen, my great-grandparents. Anna Marie and Peter were both born in Denmark. As I understand it, the family name was changed to Christon when my great-grandfather became a U.S. citizen."
7565. Una G. Borden
Information from Philip Christon to T.Mason on 1 Mar 2011. "Una worked at the telephone exchange in Ewing, Nebraska, and never married."
Fern L. Cashatt
Information from Philip Christon to T.Mason on 1 Mar 2011. "Verna married Fern L. Cashatt, who was a shoemaker in Ewing."