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251 Birth source: KY GENEALOGY AND BIOGRAPHY, VOL. 2, PAGES 179-180, FROM JOHN W HUDNALL'S BIBLE OWNED BY GALE HUDNALL, HISTORY OF KY, ILLUSTRATED 1886, BY BATTLE, PERRIN AND KNIFFIN AND FROM DESCENDANT SHEETS OF GALE HUDNALL, COMPILED BY HIMSELF Hudnall, Rhoda Chastain (I1970)
 
252 Birth source: KY GENEALOGY AND BIOGRAPHY, VOL. 3, PAGE 151 Hudnall, James E (I1594)
 
253 BIRTH SOURCE: KY GENEALOGY AND BIOGRAPHY, VOL. 3, PAGE 151; OR PERRINS HISTORY OF KY PG 963

CONTACT: NORA YOUNG FERGUSON FG SHEETS IN WKU BOWLING GREEN LIBRARY

DEATH SOURCE: WILL MADE MARCH 9, 1871, PROBATE 1871, MAY TERM COURT (FROM MRS. JOSEPH TIVIS)

MARRIAGE SOURCE: MARRIAGE LISTED IN BOOK, WARREN COUNTY MARRIAGES 1797-1851, COPYRIGHT 1970,

CONTENT: FROM ORIGINAL MARRIAGE BONDS. "HER CONSENT BY MOTHER (SALLY TAYLOR) WITNESS BY JOSEPH TAYLOR"

LISTS NAMES AS RENN O HUDNALL-SALLIE TAYLOR.

MARRIED BY J W HUDNALL, LISTED IN BOOK, WARREN COUNTY MARRIAGES 1797-1851

Info from 1850 Census, Warren Co, KY, Ren Hudnall, age 51 yrs, laborer, born in TN, residing with (2) wife Leah and children at Household #419, Dist.#1.
StateCountyNameAgeSexColorOccupationLand Value Birth place

KYWarrenHudnall, Ren51MWLaborer$200TN
KYWarrenHudnall, Leah39FW VA
KYWarrenHudnall, Catherine5FW KY
KYWarrenHudnall, Louisa E.4FW KY
KYWarrenHudnall, Virginia T.2FW KY
KYWarrenHudnall, James B.1MW KY

Info from 1860 Census, Warren Co, KY, Wren Hudnall, age 61 yrs, farmer, born in VA, residing with (2) wife Leah and children at Household #774, Dist.#2.

Info from 1870 Census, Warren Co, KY, R. C. Hudnall, age 70 yrs, lives here, born in VA, residing with son James B. Hudnall, at the Household of Allen A. and Margaret Cherry and family, #157, Hadley Precinct.

Will for Rene Chastain Hudnall dated 9 Mar 1871, deceased by May 1871,Warren Co
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From "Family History of the Joseph Taylor, Jr. and Sarah Best Family"by Shari H. Franke

Rene Chastain Hudnall was born in 1799 at Buckingham County, Virginia. He was the son of James Hudnall, Jr. and Rhodah Chastain. James Hudnall, Jr. was born 14 June 1771 in Buckingham County, Virginia, and died 12 April 1851. James married Rhoda Chastain about 1796. Rhodah Chastain was born 2 January 1775, also in Buckingham County, Virginia, and died 1 April 1846. She was the daughter of the Rev. Rene Chastain and his wife, Martha Isham, and a direct descendant of Pierre Chastain, the French Hug'uenot Emigrant. James Hudnall and Rhodah came to Warren County about 1814 as a result of a land grant for 100 acres on Swan Creek, and they were some of the earliest settlers of the Richardsville area. The Green River Union Church was organized in their home. They were buried in the Hudnall Cemetery on the farm where they lived. Rene came to Warren County as a small boy, and worked on the farm with his father until he married. Rene Chastain Hudnall and Sarah Best Taylor's children were: James E., Nancy, Elizabeth, Joseph A., Irven, William C., Mary Jane, Sarah Frances, Isham C., Polly Ann, John W. and Sidnia Ann.

After the death of his dear wife Sarah Best Taylor, Rene Chastain Hudnall must have been very lonely and overwhelmed with the job of raising such a big family alone. He married (2) 3 March 1842, Leah Carroll.

Leah Carrol was born in 1811, of Virginia, according to the 1850 Census of Warren County, Kentucky. She probably helped raise some of Rene Chastain's children by Sarah Best Taylor. She had four children of her own by Rene Chastain Hudnall: Catherine, Louisa Ellen, Virginia T. and James Brown. Leah died in 1869. 
Hudnall, Rene Chastain (I1341)
 
254 Birth source: KY GENEALOGY AND BIOGRAPHY, VOL. II, PAGE 151 (LISTED ON FG SHEET OF JEAN BACUS AS [1825] WHICH IS DIFFERENT FROM FG SHEET FROM NORA YOUNG FERGUSON)

Death source: CEMETERY DATES PROVIDED BY CLAIRE DAVENPORT

Burial place: MILLIGAN CEMETERY, NEAR ANNA, KY 
Hudnall, Nancy (I1703)
 
255 Birth source: KY GENEALOGY AND BIOGRAPHY, VOL. II, PAGE 151.

ENUMERATED ON 1850 WARREN COUNTY CENSUS WITH HIS AUNT ELIZABETH ANN TAYLOR AND UNCLE SAMUEL VENABLE TAYLOR 
Hudnall, Isham C (I1244)
 
256 Birth source: KY GENEALOGY AND BIOGRAPHY, VOL. II, PAGE 151. Hudnall, Mary Jane (I1236)
 
257 Birth source: KY GENEALOGY AND BIOGRAPHY, VOL. II, PAGE 151. Hudnall, John W (I1315)
 
258 Birth source: KY GENEALOGY AND BIOGRAPHY, VOL. III, PAGE 151. "BOUND TO ONE 'ALFRED CHERRY' IN WARREN COUNTY FOR A PERIOD OF 6 YEARS" IN THE JOSEPH TAYLOR FAMILY HISTORY BY SHARI FRANKE SHE LISTS A 5TH CHILD NAMED ADELINE HUDNALL, BORN CA. 1858, PROBABLY IN BUTLER COUNTY, ALSO SHE GIVES JOSEPH AND ELIZA'S CHILDRENS NAMES AS LEANDER J., SARAH J., FRANCIS R., PRUDENCE AND ADELINE. FRANCIS R IS REFERED TO AS A MALE WITH NO OTHER INFO GIVEN Hudnall, Joseph Allen (I1956)
 
259 Birth source: LDS #C51Q-JL, BORN: [1771] SEE ALSON JOSEPH CHAFFIN AS LISTED ON FILM #7261, BOOK #4, PAGE 54 OF MARRIAGE RECORDS AND WILLS Chaffin, Rhoda (I419)
 
260 Birth source: MRS SHARI FRANKE'S BOOK ON JOSEPH TAYLOR HISTORY, PAGE 200 LIST BIRTH AS 1811 AND MARRIAGE DATE AS MARCH 3, 1842

Death source: PIONEER FAMILIES OF BUTLER COUNTY BY AUSTIN AND ROUK, PAGE 504 
Carrol, Leah (I1524)
 
261 Birth source: PAGE 161, KY GENEALOGY AND BIOGRAPHY, WARREN COUNTY HISTORY Davenport, William (I1256)
 
262 Birth source: PAGE 161, KY GENEALOGY AND BIOGRAPHY, WARREN COUNTY HISTORY Davenport, Fortunatas Pope (I2207)
 
263 Birth Source: STATES BIRTH [1738], GOOCHLAND CO., VA 3 PAGE LDS #3957-VN

FROM GUY SMITH FAMILY STATES BIRTH IN BEDFORD COUNTY, VA 
Smith, Frances (I422)
 
264 Birth source:E HIGHLAND SCOTCH DESCENT
Burial place: HUDNALL CEM ON FARM OF E TAYLOR MOATS 
Chastain, Rhoda (I1235)
 
265 Birth source:FOUND ON MICROFILM #414,105 IN SALT LAKE CITY GENEALOGY LIBRARY BY RUTH IRWIN. LDS #3959-45, BORN: [1771] BEDFORD CO., VA

Marriage source: MARRIAGE BONDS OF BEDFORD CO., VA 1755-1800 BY EARLE DENNIS, C'RIGHT 1932 PAGE 28, JEREMIAH HILTON SURETY, CONSENT OF JOSIAH CHAFEN FATHER OF RHODA

Death source: DIED AFTER 1830 CENSUS 
Hudnall, Thomas Smith (I420)
 
266 Birth state based on 1870 Census Jacksonville, Illinois
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The elegant butter knife with MER on the handle was a wedding gift to her in 1859 based on a note I have written by Margaret Georgia Richards to Donald Rice and Evelyne (Young) Rice on the advent of their wedding in 1948. The letter and the knife were given to me on the advent of Ben's Birth in 1982
Source: Molly (Rice) Ramage 
Johnson, Mary Elizabeth (I3570)
 
267 Birth: Aug. 6, 1823 Columbia Maury County Tennessee, USA
Death: Feb. 12, 1892 Jacksonville Morgan County Illinois, USA
Elbert was the son of Ebenezer and Caty (Baldridge) Rice. Family links: Spouse: Mary Ann Camp Rice (1825 - 1902)*

Burial:Diamond Grove Cemetery Jacksonville Morgan County Illinois, USA 
Rice, Elbert Gallatin (I3433)
 
268 Birth: Jun. 12, 1790
Davidson County
Tennessee, USA
Death: Mar. 17, 1888

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Rice, Catherine, Mrs. "Kitty"
Interred: March 17, 1888
Plot: 10 3 No. 2, South center, no marker
Died 3/17/1888, age 97y, 8m, 5d

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She was of English and Irish descent. When she was six years old her parents moved to Tennessee, where she married Ebenezer Rice, a native of Vermont. When Mr. Rice was a very small boy his father was sent from the East to Tennessee as a missionary to the Indians. In the fall of 1833 he removed with his family to Morgan County, Illinois, where he made it his home until his death, in 1858.

Mrs. Rice, his widow, afterward died at the residence of her son William, near Saratoga, California, March 17, 1888, aged nearly ninety-eight years. There were twelve children in her family, of whom three are now living. William Rice made his home with his parents until he was twenty-five years of age.

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Tennessee State marriage license lists her nickname as "Caty". I am unsure if "Caty" is correct, or if it is just how the person writing it spelled it based on a TN accent!

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Parents:

Father: Capt. John Baldridge
b. 28 Sep 1754, Lancaster, PA
d. 17 Oct 1823, Maury, TN

Mother: Isabella Luckey
b. 27 Feb 1761, Lancaster, PA
d. 29 Apr 1848, Maury, TN

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CHILDREN:

1. John D Rice
2. Minerva Rice, b. 25 Dec 1816, TN - 1855
3. Cyms Rice, b. 25 Jun 1819, TN - 1820
4. William Rice, b. 27 Feb 1821, TN - 6 Oct 1900 CA
5. Elbert Gallatin Rice, b. 6 Aug 1823, Columbia, Maury, TN - d. 12 Feb 1892, Jacksonville, Morgan, IL
6. Sally Rice, b. 4 Jun 1825, TN - 1826
7. Allan H Rice, b. 20 Mar 1827, TN - 1828
8. Nancy Rice, b. 4 Apr 1829, TN - 26 Mar 1859 IL
9. Ebenezer V Rice, b. 18 Jul 1831, TN - 20 Mar 1871 in Lincoln, Pike, MO
10. Joseph T Rice, b. 16 May 1835, Morgan, IL - 1836

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SIBLINGS:

1. Catherine "Catsy" Baldridge,
b. 12 Jun 1790, Davidson County, TN
d. Mar 17 1888, Saratoga, Santa Clara, CA
2. Alexander Baldridge, b. 25 Jul 1792, Davidson County, TN
d. Between 1793 and 1882
3. Isabella Baldridge, b. 21 Aug 1795,
d. Between 1796 and 1889
4. Rebecca E Baldridge, b. 13 Jan 1798, TN
d. Between 1799 and 1892
5. John Baldridge, b. 20 Feb 1800, TN
d. 21 Feb 1885, Bloomfield, Iowa
6. Margaret A Baldridge, b. 11 Mar 1802, Davidson County, TN
7. Elizabeth E Baldridge, b. 5 Jun 1804, Davidson, Maury County, TN
8. William Davidson Baldridge, b. 1 Jan 1807, Davidson County, TN

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Family links:
Parents:
John B. Baldridge (1754 - 1823)

Spouse:
Ebenezer Rice (1784 - 1855)

Children:
John D Rice (1812 - 1900)*
Minervia Rice Thurman (1816 - 1890)*
William Rice (1821 - 1900)*
Elbert Gallatin Rice (1823 - 1892)*
Nancy A Rice (1829 - 1859)*
Ebenezer Virgil Rice (1831 - 1871)*

Siblings:
Elizabeth S Baldridge Davis (____ - 1880)*
James Lawson Baldridge (1786 - 1861)*
Catherine Baldridge Rice (1790 - 1888)
Alexander Baldridge (1792 - 1848)*


Burial:
Madronia Cemetery
Saratoga
Santa Clara County
California, USA
Plot: 10 3 No. 2, South center, no marker 
Baldridge, Catherine "Catsy" (I3583)
 
269 Birth: C. 1740, PENNSYLVANIA OR MARYLAND

JOHN'S FATHER IS BELIEVED TO BE HENRICK 'HENRY' SHARER BORN ABOUT 1715 IN BAVARIA, A STATE IN SOUTHEASTERN GERMANY, WHO EMIGRATED ABOUT 1730 TO PHILADELPHIA WITH HIS FATHER JOHANNES AUGUSTUS SHARER.

SIZEABLE CONTRIBUTIONS OF INFORMATION FOR THIS CHAPTER HAVE BEEN MADE BY MR. WENDELL E WEBSTER, COLUMBIA, TENN., MRS ROBERT (BETTY WILLOUGHBY, EULESS, TX. AND MR KENNETH NOLEN SHARER, COLUMBUS, INDIANA. 
Sharer, John Augustus (I2333)
 
270 Birth: Apr. 13, 1850
Massachusetts, USA
Death: Oct. 8, 1920
Alma City
Waseca County
Minnesota, USA

Susan E. Lassell was born to Ranssaleer (Ransom) Young and Julia W. Green Young. She was married (1) William H. Sugdon, and they had one son, George. After William died, she married (2) Bert Isaac Lassell. They had one daughter, Ruby. 
Young, Susan E (I3096)
 
271 Birth: Aug. 26, 1871
Minnesota, USA
Death: Mar. 27, 1945
Benton County Oregon, USA

Arthur Edgar Young was the son of Delos Palmer Young and Roxana Ruth Lockwood Young. He was married to Myrtle Dell Mills Young, and they had the following children: Ruth Evelyn Young Beck, William Nelson Young, Delos Palmer Young, Myrtle Irene Young Fronek and baby son Philip Edgar Young, who died young.

Arthur Young was a dentist.

Family links:
Parents:
Delos Palmer Young (1839 - 1913)
Roxana Ruth Lockwood Young (1839 - 1932)

Children:
Ruth Evelyn Young Beck (1897 - 1977)*
Delos Palmer Young (1903 - 1967)*
Philip Edger Young (1912 - 1913)*

Spouse:
Myrtle Dell Young (1873 - 1938)*

Burial:
Crystal Lake Masonic Cemetery, Corvallis, Benton County, Oregon, USA

Source by: Never Forgotten
Originally Created by: Suzanna Ashworth
Record added: May 11, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 26766154 
Young, Arthur Edgar DDS (I3469)
 
272 Birth: Jan. 30, 1837
Wales
Hampden County
Massachusetts, USA
Death: Nov. 18, 1920
Fort Lupton
Weld County
Colorado, USA

Alantha Crump was the wife of Benjamin Franklin Crump. Her parents were Ransaleer Young and Julia Green. Her children were: Samuel D. Crump, Charles Warren Crump, Harriet Alantha Crump and Ruth Sarah Crump (Devereaux).

Family links:
Parents:
Julia Warren Green Young (1808 - 1890)

Children:
Samuel Delos Crump (1856 - 1931)*
Charles Warren Crump (1862 - 1935)*
Harriet Alantha Crump Montgomery (1870 - 1958)*
Ruth Sarah Crump Devereaux (1872 - 1944)*

Spouse:
Benjamin Franklin Crump (1833 - 1892)

Burial:
Alma City Cemetery
Janesville
Waseca County
Minnesota, USA

Source by: Never Forgotten
Record added: Jul 15, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 20473095 
Young, Alantha Polley (I4251)
 
273 Birth: unknown
Death: Oct. 30, 1864

son of RS & PA Price; Aged 26ys 9ms

Burial:
Dane Cemetery
Iowa County
Iowa, USA

Created by: evy k
Record added: Aug 16, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 20975241 
Price, Roswell Sage Jr (I3507)
 
274 Birth: Apr. 16, 1787Vermont, USADeath: Nov. 10, 1872South GibsonSusquehanna CountyPennsylvania, USAMary Price was the daughter of Timothy & Rhonda Lewis Price of Vermont. She was married to Lawrence Manzer on February 12, 1804 at Fly Creek, Otsego County, New York. Lawrence and Mary Price Manzer had eleven children while living in New York: Mary (b-1805), Christopher (b-1807), Thomas J. (b-1809), Elizabeth (b-1812), Timothy (b-1815), John M. (b-1817), Henry (b-1819), Horatio (b-1822), Elnora (b-1824), Thomas J. II (b-1827) and Harriet (b-1829). In 1831, she moved with her husband and most of her children to Jackson Township, Susquehanna County, PA. In 1836, her husband purchased 200 acres of land along the Tunkhannock Creek a mile north of South Gibson, Susquehanna County, PA where they constructed a log house and barn. By 1843, the Manzers had planted a large orchard and built a dam on the creek and a sawmill to operate a lumber business. She was a member of the Old School Baptist Church where her husband was a minister for many years. Many of the Manzers living in Northeast Pennsylvania today are descendants of Rev. Lawrence and Mary Price Manzer. Mary was buried next to her husband in the Manzer Cemetery located along the banks of the Tunkhannock Creek on the old family farm. Family links: Children: Polly Mary Manzer Kinne (1805 - 1883)* Christopher Manzer (1807 - 1845)* Christopher Manzer (1807 - 1845)* Timothy Manzer (1815 - 1892)* John M. Manzer (1817 - 1876)* Horatio Price Manzer (1822 - 1893)* Elenor Manzer Mapes (1824 - 1908)* Thomas Jefferson Manzer (1827 - 1909)* Harriet Carrie Manzer Harding (1829 - 1916)* Spouse: Lawrence Manzer (1785 - 1869)* Burial:Manzer Cemetery South GibsonSusquehanna CountyPennsylvania, USA Created by: Jerry SemprevioRecord added: Mar 12, 2007 Find A Grave Memorial# 18372288 Price, Polly (I3517)
 
275 Birth: Elmer Roosevelt Fronek was born on 22 January 1906 at Walla Walla, Walla Walla County, Washington.

Father: John Clarence "Clarence" Fronek b. 24 Jul 1882, d. Aug 1964

Mother: Minnie E. Turner b. 4 Sep 1880, d. 23 Jun 1967

Spouse: Irene Myrtle Young b. 20 Oct 1908, d. 24 Jan 2002
Marriage*: He married Irene Myrtle Young in 1933 at Spokane, Spokane County, Washington.

Death: Elmer Roosevelt Fronek died in Sunnyside, Yakima County, Washington, on 29 January 1982, at the age of 76.
Burial: He was buried on 31 January 1982 in Sunnyside Memorial Park at Sunnyside, Yakima County, Washington.

Religion: He was United Methodist.
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Census: He appeared on the census of 6 May 1910 in the household of John Clarence "Clarence" Fronek at La Crosse, Whitman County, Washington.
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Census: Elmer Roosevelt Fronek appeared on the census of 6 May 1910 in the household of John Clarence "Clarence" Fronek and Minnie E. Turner at La Crosse, Whitman County, Washington.
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Census: Elmer Roosevelt Fronek appeared on the census of 2 January 1920 in the household of John Clarence "Clarence" Fronek at La Crosse, Whitman County, Washington.
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Census: Elmer Roosevelt Fronek appeared on the census of April 1930 at Spokane, Spokane County, Washington.
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Fronek, Elmer Roosevelt (I3480)
 
276 Births & Baptisms Search Returns
http://www.scotlandspeople.gov.uk/index.aspx

Date Surname Forename Parent Names/Frame No. Sex Parish GROS Data
06/06/1830 ARNOT JAMES JOHN ARNOT/JEAN RAMAGE FR2920 M DALKEITH 683/00 0010 
Ramage, Jean (I38)
 
277 Blacksmith

Immigration: 1634-1636. Perhaps with Richard Butler and his wife, Elizabeth. Elizabeth may have been a sister or cousin of John. John would have been a young man, only 17 in 1634.

Connecticut Puritan Settlers, page 210.
The Compendium of American Genealogy, 1600's - 1800's, Volume V, page 641.
New England Families Genealogical and Memorial: Third Series, Volume IV, page 1582.

John Beageley, or Bigelow, as most descendants spell their name, was born in or near Wrentham, Suffolk, England, and baptized there February 16, 1617.

John BIGELOW - bap. Feb. 15, 1616/7, Wrentham Parish, Suffolk, England; d. Jul. 14, 1703, Watertown, MA. Rev. John PHILLIPS of Wrentham and of Dedham, MA testified that he was the John BAEGELY baptised Feb. 16, 1617, Wrentham Parish, the son of Randall BIGELOW and Jane. The first record in America is his marriage at Watertown, followed by many entries beginning with his name on the list of those who took the oath of fidelity at Watertown 1652. Surveyor of Highways 1652 and 1660; constable 1663; selectman 1665, 1670 and 1671; soldier 1675; and freeman Apr. 18, 1690. John appears to have purchased land in 1649 and entered the blacksmith trade about 1651. His will dated Jan. 4, 1702/3 names wife Sarah, his six surviving sons in birth order, and his five surviving daughter by married name in birth order. Will proved Jul. 28, 1703, and estate inventoried at £627.12.00. Married first Oct. 30, 1642, Watertown, MA. Married second Oct. 2, 1694 Sarah BEMIS (b. Jan. 15, 1642/3), daughter of Joseph and Sarah

John BAGULEY / BIGELOW, son of Randle BAGULEY & Jane ?, in Watertown, Middlesex Co., MA. Born bef 16 Feb 1617/1618 in Wrentham, Suffolk, England. At the age of <1, John was baptized in Wrentham, Suffolk, England, on 16 Feb 1617/1618. John died in Watertown, Middlesex Co., MA, on 14 Jul 1703; he was 86. Occupation: Blacksmith. They had the following children:

i. John (1643-ca1721)
ii. Jonathan (1646-1711)
iii. Mary (1649-1704)
iv. Daniel (1650-ca1715)
v. Samuel (1653-1732)
vi. JOSHUA (1655-1745)
vii. Elizabeth (1657-1694)
viii. Sarah (1659-1694)
ix. James (ca1660-1728)
x. Martha (1662-)
xi. Abigail (1664-1754)
xii. Hannah (1666-1666)
xiii. ? (Died Young) (1667-1667)
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John Biglo, Immigrant Ancestor

The immigrant ancestor of nearly all persons in North America bearing the surname Bigelow in any of its several variants, is John Biglo of Watertown, Massachusetts. He lived from 1617 to 1703. Many of his descendants have been recorded in a genealogy entitled The Bigelow Family in America, written by Gilman Bigelow Howe, printed 1890. The book was published by Charles Hamilton of Boston, and is no longer available except by photo-copy reprint. Rebound used copies occasionally come into the used-book market with the simple title Bigelow Genealogy.

In this book Howe states that he was unable to obtain any satisfactory account of the progenitor of John Biglo, and quotes conflicting traditions stating that the surname is of various national origins. He also quotes the late genealogist H.G. Somerby, who felt that John Biglo came from Wrentham, Suffolk, England, and was son of Randall and Jane Beageley, who had their youngest son, John, baptized 16 February 1617. Also, from the probate records of Wrentham, Somerby quotes the will of a Francis Baguley, blacksmith, of Wrentham, who in a will dated 20 October 1656, granted five pounds "to his brother John Baguley, now living in New England, if he comes for it within two years". He offered no proof that Francis was son of Randall Baguley.

The rector of Wrentham parish in 1617 was the Rev. John Phillips, who later emigrated to Dedham, Massachusetts. During his years in Dedham, Phillips once stated that the blacksmith John Biglo of Watertown, Massachusetts was the same infant whom he had baptized in 1617 as the son of Randall Beageley, and that he (Phillips) had "known John Biglo from earliest youth upward','

Further, in a civil case in Watertown during his lifetime, John Biglo took the witness stand and identified himself as "John Biglo, formerly of Wrentham, England." From these facts we state the identity and parentage of John Biglo, and through parish and probate records in England, can prove three generations of his English ancestry.

John Biglo seems to have arrived in Watertown, MA about 1632. He probably came with an older relative, Elizabeth Bigelow, second wife of Deacon Richard Butler, who after a short stay in Massachusetts, followed the Rev. Thomas Hooker to Connecticut. It is assumed that Elizabeth was an older sister or first cousin. No ship's-records exist showing the date of their arrival. It is probable that John Biglow and/or Mary Warren came over on one of the ships of the Winthrop Fleet.

John Biglo took part in the Pequot War of 1636, serving from Watertown. The next public mention we find of him is his marriage in Watertown on 30 October 1642-- the first marriage recorded in Watertown--before Mr. Nowell, to Mary Warren, daughter of John and Margaret Warren. Ella Biglow's book, Reminiscences of Historic Marlborouqh, MA, contains a fictional description of John at his wedding, in white satin breeches, ruffled shirt, and silver shoe buckles. There is also a docu-drama book called The Winthrop Woman, that is very well researched. On page 250, there is related a cannon-ball pitching contest between Will Hallet and "his opponent -- Bigelow, the blacksmith." The contest was held in the Common of "little Boston", on Election Day in the mid to late 1630's. The book relates the life of Elizabeth, a grand-daughter of John Winthrop, and a passenger on one of the ships of the same Winthrop Fleet.

To quote from Howe's book, "from the list of those who took the oath of fidelity at Watertown 1652, we find that John Biggalough was one of the number, and he became a freeman 18 April 1690 which we find from the roll of freeman written as John Bigolo; under the same date we find that Samuel Begaloo was made a freeman, and by another list, date 16 May 1690, we find Samuel Biggilo and John Warren jr. were made freemen. On the return of soldiers who were in the service from 25 November to 3 December 1675 [King Philip's War]we find the names of John Bigulah Sr, Michael Flegg, and Isaac Leonard, the last being wounded. Thus we find the name variously spelled by different officials, but when we find the name written by any member of the family, in those early days it is written Biglo, Bigelo, or Bigelow."
John Biglo appears by various accounts to have been a blacksmith, and again from town records we quote: "Agreed with John Biglo that for ten trees the towne allowed him for the setting up of a shop for a Smithes forge, that he shall either go on with his promise of setting up his trade, which is the trade of a Smith, within one twelfmonth after the date hereof or else to pay unto the towne ten shillings for these ten trees he acknowledged to have off the towne." Dated 4 March 1651.

John Biglo was chosen a surveyor of highways in 1652 and 1660, a constable [Tax-collector] in 1663, and one of the selectmen or town council, in 1665, 1670, and 1671. His homesite consisted of six acres and was bounded north by Richard Ambler and William Parker, east by Thomas Straight, south by the highway, and on the west by Miles Ives After the death of his wife Mary in 1691, he married (2) on 2 October 1694, Sarah Bemis, daughter of Joseph Bemis. She outlived him. He died on 14 July 1703, at the age of 86 years, as recorded in town records. His will was dated 4 January 1703 and was proved 23 July 1703.(His will is quoted in it's entirety after his children list)

Children of John and Mary (Warren) Bigelow, all born in Watertown, Middlesex co, MA:

11 John, born 27 Oct 1643; died about 1721 in Hartford, Connecticut; he married, at unknown date, Rebecca Olmsted, to whose nephew his property was willed. Resided Hartford., Connecticut. No issue.

12 Jonathan, born 11 Dec 1646; died 9 Jan 1711 Hartford, Connecticut; married (1)1671 Rebecca Shepard who died before 1686; (2) Mary Olcott,who died 7 Mar 1697 (3) Mary (Benton) Cole. Resided Hartford, Connecticut. 12 children.

13 Mary, born 18 Mar 1648; died in Watertown before 1704; married 3 June 1674 Michael Flagg(FLEGG). 3 children.

14 Daniel, born 1 Dec 1650; died about 1715; married at unknown date Abial Pratt; he was a tailor; resided Framingham, Massachusetts. 6 children.

15 Samuel, born 28 Oct 1653; died 1 Feb 1731/2 Waltham, Massachusetts; married 3 June 1674 Mary Flagg(FLEGG). An innkeeper & carpenter, he resided Watertown to 1720, & held several town offices. 10 children.

16 Joshua, born 5 Nov 1655; died 1 Feb 1745 Westminster, Massachusetts; married 20 Oct 1676 Elizabeth Flagg. Resided Watertown most of his life. 12 children.

17 ..... Elizabeth, born 18 June 1657; died 18 April 1694 Billerica Massachusetts; married 06 Sept 1676 John Stearns. Resided Billerica. 7 children.

18 Sarah, born 29 Sept 1659; died after 1703 at Framingham, Massachusetts; married 23 July 1679 Isaac Learned. Resided Framingham. 11 children.

19 James, born about 1660; died 20 Jan 1728 at Weston; married (1)25 Mar 1687 Patience Brown; (2)3 July 1693 Elizabeth Child; (3)15 June 1708 Johanna Erickson. Resided Watertown. 4 children. The male line,however, died out in the next generation.

1A Martha, born 1 April 1662; died unknown date. She married (1)1686 Thomas Olmsted, and divorced 1687; (2)Obadiah Woods of E. Hartford, CT, who died 1712. Martha's family is uncertain, but she left several children.

1B Abigail, born 4 Feb 1663; died 12 Jan 1754 Watertown; married 10 Dec 1684 Benjamin Harrington. Resided Watertown. 4 children.

1C Hannah, born 4 Mar 1665; died 8 Mar 1665

1D A son, unnamed, born and died 18 Dec 1667.


The will of John Biglo in its entirety, is as follows:
"In the name of God amen. I John Biglo of Watertown in the county of Middlesex within her Majesties Province of the Massachusetts Bay in New England, being weeke of body but in sound disposing Memory prais be given to god for the same, Do make this my last will and testament in manner & form following, that is to say first and principally I resign my soul unto the mercy full hands of allmighty god my Creator assuredly hoping through the mercy of my blessed Saviour to obtain pardon remission of all my sins and my body I commit to the earth whence it was taken, to be decently buried by the discreshion of my executors hereinafter named and as for the worldly goods & estate the lord hath lone me I dispose thereof as follows:

Imp. I give and bequeath unto Sarah my well beloved wife, and to her heirs & assigns forever, all the lands and movable estate, that was hers before our marriage, and forty pounds in money, twenty pounds of s'd money to be p'd her within one month after my decease and twenty pounds within one year after my dece's I give unto her forty pounds waight of good pork, three bushels of barley, and one bushel of indian corn, five pounds waight in butter and five pounds waight in Chees, and also two Sheep, and half the flax that shall be in the house at my Deces--and that to be in full satisfaction of her thirds,

2ndly I give & bequeath to my eldest son John Biglo, & to his heirs & assigns forever, twenty pounds in money to be p'd within one year after my Deces, and in case my s'd son have an heir lawfully begotten of his own body, I give & bequeath his s'd heir twenty pounds in money to be p'd to him or her, when it shall be twenty one years of age, or day of marriage which shall first happen, but if it hapon my s'd son deces without an heir as above s'd, then my will is y't ye aboves'd twenty pounds be equally divided between my children then surviving.

3rdly I give & bequeath unto my son Jonathan Biglo, and to his heirs & assigns forever, twenty five pounds in money to be p'd him within one year after my deces.

4thly I give & bequeath to my son Daniell Biglo and to his heirs & assigns forever, twenty five pounds in money to be p'd him within one year after my deces.

5thly I give & bequeath to my son Samuel Biglo and to his heirs & assigns forever ten pounds in money besides what he hath already had, to be p'd to him within one year after my deces.

6thly I give and bequeath unto my son Joshua Biglo and to his heirs & assigns forever two parcels of lands lying on the westerly side of bow brook in s'd town. Purchased of Lieut Chas Hammond as may more fully appear by the deed of the same, and twenty five pounds in money, to be p'd him within one year after my deces.

7thly I give & bequeath unto my son James Biglo fifteen pounds, which I lent him as may appear by a bond under his hand and seal, and I give & bequeath to my said son James's son James Biglo ten pounds in money to be p'd him if he shall live to the age of twenty one years, but if it so happen that he deces before s'd age, then ye s'd ten pounds to be equally divided between my s'd son James surviving children, when they shall be of the age of twenty one years or day of marriage which shall first happen.

8thly I give & bequeath to my Daughter Mary Flagg and to her heirs & assigns forever, twenty five pounds in money to be p'd her within two years aft

9thly I give & bequeath to my daughter Elizabeth Sterns' children twenty five pounds in money, to be p'd them, when they are twenty one years of age, or day of marriage which shall first happen.

10thly. I give & bequeath to my daughter Sarah Learned, and assigns forever, twenty five pounds in money, within three years after my Deces.

llthly. I give & bequeath to my daughter Martha wood's children, lawfully begotten of her own body, twenty five pounds in money to be p'd them equally alike, when they shall arrive at the age of twenty one years or day of marriage, which shall first happen.

12th. I give & bequeath unto my daughter Abigail Herrington & to her heirs & assigns, twenty five pounds in money, to be p'd within four years after my deces.
And I nominat, ordain, & appoint, my above s'd son Joshua Biglo and my son in law Isaac Larned my Sole Executors to see this my last will & testament performed and all the rest and residue of my estate not herein bequeathed, after all my just debts and funerall charges are p'd my will is that it be divided between my s'd executors, that is to say, two parts of three, to my s'd son Joshua, and one third to my son in law Isaac Leanerd, and do request my trusty and well beloved friend, Capt. Benj. Garfield to be my overseer of this my last will & testament, my s'd executors to allow him out of my estate for his cost & charges reasonable sattisfaction to his content, Revoking & making null & void all former or other wills by me heretofore made. In witness hereof I have hereunto set my hand & seal this fourth day of January one thousand seven hundred two/three, in the first year of the reign of our lady Anna, by the Grace of God over England & Queen.

Signed, seald & Published
Sam'l Livermore
Daniel Harrington Witnesses
Munning Sawin"
his
JOHN x BIGLO
mark

The inventory of John Biglo's estate amounted to L 627-12-00. This was a middle-class fortune. Among the expenses charged for the funeral were several pairs of black gloves, twenty gallons of wine, bottles for the wine, allspice and sugar, and two men and horses to carry the wine and other articles to the funeral, also " a man and horse to notify Isaac Larned and wife at Sherburne to attend the funeral, and a man and horse to notify John Stearns at Billerica to attend the funeral".

An additional note comes from the Knight family genealogy, in which Joseph Knight and his wife Hannah in 1649 sold "a mansion and land" to John Biglo. A map of early Watertown is shown in Robinson & Wheeler's book, Great Little Watertown; the land owned by John Biglo appears at the extreme left of the map, as does the adjoining parcel purchased from Joseph Knight. John Biglo owned several pieces of property, and in 1686 executed a gift-in-deed, conveying 16 acres and the house thereon "already occupied by my son Samuel" to Samuel Biglow and wife.

Mary Warren Biglo

John Warren,son of John and Mary (Scarlet) Warren, was baptised 1 Aug 1585 Nayland, Suffolk, England. He married Margaret , who died in Watertown, MA 6 Nov 1662. John Warren died at Watertown 13 Dec 1667. They came to New England 1630. All their children were born Nayland, Suffolk England:

1. Mary, baptised 23 Apr 161;; buried 17 Dec 1622.
2. Elizabeth, baptised 25 June 1619; buried 1622.
3. iSarah, baptised 20 Apr 1620; buried 7 Sept 1621.
4. John, baptised 12 may 1622;died Watertown,MA about 1703; married 11 J1y 1667 Michal (Jennison) Blois.
5. Mary, baptised 12 Sept 1624; died 19 Oct 1691 Watertown; married 30 Oct 1642 John Bigelow. See preceding four pages.
6. Daniel, baptised 25 Feb 1626/7; died after 1698; married 10 Dec.1650 Mary,Barron.
7. Elizabeth, baptised 21 July 1629; married about 1654 James Knapp.

Sources:
Bond's, Genealogies & History of Watertown;
NEHG Register, Oct 1910;
Warren genealogy;
The Winthrop Woman, by Anya Seton Chase (c) 1958
(This is a Copy of a scanned document from the Bigelow Society June 1996 by Don Bigelow dbigel1@grfn.org) 
Bigelow, John (I78)
 
278 blacksmith Leavenworth, John (I4070)
 
279 BLUEGRASS ROOTS, WINTER 1980, VOL. VII, NO. 4, PAGE 115

Buried: MT. PISGAH CEMETERY, WARREN CO., KY 
Stewart, Burrill J (I2221)
 
280 BLUEGRASS ROOTS, WINTER 1980, VOL. VII, NO. 4, PAGE 116

Buried: MT PISGAH CEMETERY, WARREN CO., KY 
Simpson, Judith F (I2052)
 
281 BLUEGRASS ROOTS, WINTER 1980, VOL. VII, NO. 4, PAGE 117

Burial: MT PISGAH CEMETERY, WARREN CO., KY 
Simpson, Frank (I2055)
 
282 BLUEGRASS ROOTS, WINTER 1980, VOL. VII, NO. 4, PAGE 117

Buried: MT PISGAH CEMETERY, WARREN CO., KY 
Thomas, Joe B (I2043)
 
283 BLUEGRASS ROOTS, WINTER 1980, VOL. VII, NO. 4, PAGE 117, STATES "BORN FEB.14, 1811, DIED JAN. 23, 1873," FROM LISTING OF BURIALS AT MT. PISGAH CEM., WARREN CO., KY Upton, Rachel (I2202)
 
284 bore two male children out of wedlock, by a man unrecorded Hunter, Ellen S (I2915)
 
285 Born 1673 perhaps at Woodbury possibly in England
Married Mary Jenkins about 1698 at Stratford She was a daughter of David Jenkins by his wife Grace born in 1680 and died at Ripton in June 1768 aged 89 Ripton Parish was then a part of Stratford now town of Huntington He died at Ripton August 4th 1754 aged 77 and was buried at Ripton Center and also his wife
1695 June 10 John Judson of Woodbury buys house and lands of Thomas L and sells to him property in Stratford where he lived that year and onward probably till 1721 Till 1795 he lived in W Woodbury Records 2d Book p 132 Same date he bought lands in Stratford and also in 1702 3
1697 8 was received into communion with the Stratford Church having on the iith of January of that year owned the covenant
1702 he obtained land in Woodbury from John L his brother Book T p 58
1716 December 16 had bought land of Edward Burroughs
1717 January 30 sold land to his brother John
1717 March 18 received land near Robert Wheelers
1719 February 25 signs a petition for a Bridge at Ripton
1721 Sold his homestead in Stratford 1724 Dr Thomas L and his wife became original members of the Church at Ripton and at the same time or afterwards James and his wife Ebenezer Mark Sarah Mary and Hannah his children join
1726 Mention is made of him as Deacon Thomas and as one of the Society's Committee
1727 He is the Society's Committee and Collector of rates
1728 December 31 order to lay out to Dr Thomas L i 1 2 acres of six mile division lands
1731 He was interested in a copper mine in Woodbury
1734 May 5th received a bequest from his son Ebenezer in the distribution of his estate March 1734 5 He also had a controversy this year with Robert Wheeler respecting some lands at Ripton
1748 July 6 made his will
1754 June 12 his widow Mary offers his will for probate
1754 July 15th his will proved

Dr Thomas was a man of position influence energy and wealth He was one of the founders of the first Church at Rip ton a Deacon Society's Committee etc etc He had a proper appreciation of the value of learning and educated his son Mark at Yale where he was graduated in 1737 His son David was educated a physician and practiced at Woodbury where he died
Source: A Genealogy of the Leavenworth Family in the United States With Historical Introduction, Etc. By Elias Warner Leavenworth 
Leavenworth, Dr. Thomas (I3761)
 
286 Born in 1557 in England. William died in Westbury, Gloucestershire, England, on 2 Mar 1613/1614; he was 56. Buried in Everleigh Par, Westbury, Gloucestershire, England. William married Ann ?. Born in 1571 in England. Bayly, William (I2970)
 
287 Born in Canada, mother tongue was Scotch per census record of daughter: Marion 1920 Census, Roll T625_1500, page7A, Ed 86, image 1062
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1863 Emigrated from Canada
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1870 Census for York, DuPage County, Illinois (July 9 1870)
John Ramage Age 27 Farmer Value of Personal Estate: 200 Born Canada
Harriet Age 26 Keeping Home Born England

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1880 Census states the family is living in Medford, Steele, Minnesota :
Name Married M/F Race Age Birth Occ Fath Birth Moth Birth
John RAMAGE Self M Male W 37 CAN Farmer SCOT CAN Harriet RAMAGE Wife M Female W 36 ENG HouseKeeping ENG ENG Jennette RAMAGE Dau S Female W 9 IL CAN ENG David RAMAGE Son S Male W 8 IL CAN ENG Sarah RAMAGE Dau S Female W 5 MN CAN ENG William RAMAGE Son S Male W 4 MN CAN ENG Alice RAMAGE Dau S Female W 2 MN CAN ENG Isabella RAMAGE Dau S Female W 6M MN CAN ENG
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1888 in White, Brookings, So.D
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1900 Census shows John H. Ramage in Marion County Vol: 9, Ed: 137, Sh: 10, Line: 58
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Grave Marker states J.H. Ramage Died Nov 3, 1901 Aged 58YS 6MS 10DS - Harriet C. His wife 1844-1928 
Ramage, John H (I3321)
 
288 Born: 1830/32

ELLENDER WAS LIVING AT THE AUSTIN PENDLEY DWELLING IN 1850. SHE WAS LIVING IN BUTLER COUNTY IN 1900. 
Pendley, Ellender (I1286)
 
289 Boston Weekly News-Letter for Friday 29 August 1755:
"Saturday August 9th died at Scituate, in the 92d Year of her Age, Mrs. Sarah Young, the virtuous Widow of Mr. Thomas Young, and eldest Daughter of That Mr. Peregrine White of Marshfield, who was the First Born English Child in New-England : Being Son of William and Susannah White, born on board the Ship in Cape-Cod Harbour, in the latter Part of Nov. 1620, in which Governor Carver and the Rest of our Plimouth Planters came to New-England, before the Ship left said Harbour and set sail for said Plimouth. Said Peregrine White liv’d in great Health and Vigour to the 84th Year of his Age, when a Fever carried Him off on July 22, 1704, as our News-Letter soon after inform’d the Publick : And this his Eldest Daughter was Born at Marshfield in Oct. 1663, enjoy’d her Senses and Health in good measure, till towards her End, and left four Sons surviving. Two observable Instances of the Long Lives of the very first and second Race of Children born in this happy Country."
Mayflower Descendant, Vol. 24, p. 128-129. 
White, Sarah (I3108)
 
290 Both Anne and Joshua were adopted by James and Winnie Gibson. Gibson, Unknown (I3760)
 
291 Both children were adopted. Coffey, Unknown (I3538)
 
292 Both Clark and his wife, Ambra work for the city of Tigard. Farrier, Clark (I483)
 
293 Both will and probate record are on file in Surrogate Court, Cattaraugus
Co., NY. Copies are in DJW file.
Death notice in Babcock Cemetery Records, Author: Jerry Babcock, Ischua, NY 
Lockwood, Sally (I344)
 
294 Burial Place DRIPPING SPRINGS CEM., HOWELL CO., MO Acree, Lydia Elizabeth (I1557)
 
295 Burial Place: MT PISGAH CEMETERY, WARREN CO., KY Cherry, Rhoda Annetta (I2057)
 
296 Burial Place: MT PISGAH CEMETERY, WARREN COUNTY, KY Bryson, William H (I1920)
 
297 Burial place: FAIRVIEW CEMETERY, WARREN COUNTY, KY Lee, Andrew Grant (I1285)
 
298 Burial place: GREEN RIVER UNION CEM. WARREN CO., KY

From “Family History of the Joseph Taylor, Jr. and Sarah Best Family” By Shari H. Franke
Mary Elizabeth Runner, born 17 March 1827, near Richardsville, Warren, Kentucky, was the daughter of William Runner and his first wife, Margaret Penner. She was a devoted wife, who loved her husband very much. We understand that she rode horseback in the rain, from Richardsville, Warren, Kentucky to Evansville, Vanderburgh, Indiana to see her injured husband at the Union Hospital. How hard it must have been for Mary Elizabeth to lose her husband at such a young age! She was left with two little boys to raise alone. They were only eight and five years old when Thomas B. died.
Mary Elizabeth died on 18 November 1893, near Richardsville, Warren, Kentucky, where she was buried at the Green River Union Cemetery. 
Runner, Mary Elizabeth (I1409)
 
299 Burial place: MT PISGAH CEM. WARREN CO, KY Cole, Judith Frances (I2058)
 
300 Burial place: MT PISGAH CEMETERY, WARREN CO., KY KY GENEALOGY AND BIOGRAPHY, VOL. 2, PAGES 179-180 AND FROM BIBLE OF JAMES T. HUDNALL OWNED BY GALE HUDNALL. Hudnall, Mary E (I2056)
 

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