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Terry Mason's Family History Site

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Selected Families and Individuals

Source Citations


Mesik Erganian

11930 U.S. Census, T626_1178 pg 23A, 17 Apr 1930. "Erganian, Mesik Head MW 50 M 38 Turkey Turkey Turkey Armenian 1921 Laborer Railroad
--------, Ergale Wife FW 40 M 28 Turkey Turkey Turkey Armenian 1922 Al
--------, Mary DAughter FW 11 S Greece Turkey Turkey Armenian 1922 Al
--------, Zartis Daughter FW 8 S Greece Turkey Turkey Armenian 1922 Al
--------, Sophie Daughter FW 6 S Missouri Turkey Turkey
--------, John Son MW 5 S Missouri Turkey Turkey
Erganian, Asadour Head MW 52 M 25 Turkey Turkey Turkey Armenian 1910 Na Laborer Railroad
--------, Mary Wife FW 38 M 18 Turkey Turkey Turkey Armenian 1922 Na
--------, Asadour son MW 17 S Turkey Turkey Turkey Armenian 1922 Na."


Elijah Wodell

1Eli Wodell, Wodell Family, Genealogy of a part of the, from 1640 to 1880, pg.46, 47, FHL Film 1020783 Item 6. 11 children, 47 grandchildren listed.

2New England Historic Genealogical Society, Massachusetts, Westport, Vital records of, to the year 1850, Boston : New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1918, p.295, FHL 974.485/W1 V28v. "Death in 64th year."

3Herbert, Mary Phillips, Massachusetts, Freetown marriage records (Bristol County), 1686-1844, p.63, 974.485/F2 V25h.

4New England Historic Genealogical Society, Massachusetts, Westport, Vital records of, to the year 1850, pg.144, 257.


Elizabeth Betsey Crapo

1New England Historic Genealogical Society, Massachusetts, Westport, Vital records of, to the year 1850, Boston : New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1918, p.295, FHL 974.485/W1 V28v.

2Herbert, Mary Phillips, Massachusetts, Freetown marriage records (Bristol County), 1686-1844, p.63, 974.485/F2 V25h.

3New England Historic Genealogical Society, Massachusetts, Westport, Vital records of, to the year 1850, pg.144, 257.

4Eli Wodell, Wodell Family, Genealogy of a part of the, from 1640 to 1880, pg.46, 47, FHL Film 1020783 Item 6. 11 children, 47 grandchildren listed.


Hiram Wodell

1Eli Wodell, Wodell Family, Genealogy of a part of the, from 1640 to 1880, p.47, FHL Film 1020783 Item 6. "Died 9 years old in consequence of getting hurt with a team."


Sarah Cornell

1FindaGrave.com, http://findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=29477232. "Sarah was the daughter of Thomas Cornell, Jr. and Sarah Earle (Thomas's 2nd wife). She married Zaccheus Butts in 1689 in Little Compton, RI. Their daughter is Mary Butts, our ancestor. They had 4 other children: Sarah, John, Abigail and Elizabeth. Zaccheus deserted Sarah. When that happened their daughter, Mary was put in family of Joseph Palmer but was deemed "...not suitable to bring her up" so ordered her to be put in family of David Lake "whose wife is childs grandmother."
After Zaccheus died, Sarah married John Cole on August 15, 1712 in Swansea, MA. It was his 2nd marriage as well.
Her father, Thomas Cornell, Jr. was executed for murdering his mother, Rebecca (Rebecka) Briggs Cornell. It is an interesting mystery, to read more about it:

"Killed Strangely: The story of Rebecca Cornell" by Elaine Forham Craine." Image.


John Cole

1FindaGrave.com, http://findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=9258358. "John b.1660 was the son of Hugh Cole & Mary Foxwell.

The will of John Cole, dated 22nd September 1742, begins with: "I John Cole, son of Hugh: speaks of "wife Sarah"; gives to daughter Susanna Rounds five pounds; to his daughters, Mary Luther and Hannah Hammond, 28 pounds each; to his granddaughter, Elizabeth, 15 pounds; to my son, John, who has and does take care of me, all of the farm where I dwell in Swansea aforesaid" ---hereafter follows a description of the land, "also all my household goods, cattle, etc., and constitute him my executor. Signed in the presence of Thomas Easterbrook, Caleb Cole, Joseph Mason, and Benjamin Cole, his brother." At the time of the Will this land was in Swansea, but at the time the Will was probated it had become a part of Warren, Bristol County, Rhode Island, New England.
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Sarah Cornell was his second marriage, August 25, 1712 in Swansea, MA." That union could obviously not have produced his children that some have attached to her. They had traditionally been attached to their mother Susannah for the last several generations of research, that Susannah being thought to be Susannah Gray.
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U.S., New England Marriages Prior to 1700
Name: John Cole
Gender: Male
Birth Year: 1660
Marriage Date: 1689
Death Year: 1748
Marriage Place: New England, United States
Spouse's Name: Susannah Gray
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Rhode Island, Deaths, 1630-1930
Name: John Cole
Kin 1: Thomas Cole
Kin 2: Christiana Cole
Death Date: 25 Jun 1748." Image.


Sarah Cornell

1FindaGrave.com, http://findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=29477232. "Sarah was the daughter of Thomas Cornell, Jr. and Sarah Earle (Thomas's 2nd wife). She married Zaccheus Butts in 1689 in Little Compton, RI. Their daughter is Mary Butts, our ancestor. They had 4 other children: Sarah, John, Abigail and Elizabeth. Zaccheus deserted Sarah. When that happened their daughter, Mary was put in family of Joseph Palmer but was deemed "...not suitable to bring her up" so ordered her to be put in family of David Lake "whose wife is childs grandmother."
After Zaccheus died, Sarah married John Cole on August 15, 1712 in Swansea, MA. It was his 2nd marriage as well.
Her father, Thomas Cornell, Jr. was executed for murdering his mother, Rebecca (Rebecka) Briggs Cornell. It is an interesting mystery, to read more about it:

"Killed Strangely: The story of Rebecca Cornell" by Elaine Forham Craine." Image.