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9601 warmozier Brockhoff, Karel Johannes (I32794)
9602 weduwe van Pieter Willems Sekveld, their daughter was Neeltje Pieters Segvelt 1747-1802- Capteijn, Neeltje Pitersdr (I24502)
9603 Weduwe van Reinier Bosman. Fiks, Johanna (I34092)
9604 weduwnaar van Anna Maria van den Hurk Family F9642
9605 Weduwnaar van Hendrika Beckmans Strootman, Jacobus (I34088)
9606 Weduwnaar van Maria van Heumen. Seeger, Jan Henrich (I24312)
9607 Weesmeester te Hoenkoop. Married to Marie Geertsdr van Vliet, daughter of Gerrit Willemsz van Vlist. Stolwijck, Willem Jans (I24787)
9608 werkman, kastelein (landlord) Brama, Petrus Ariesz (I22818)
9609 Werkman, schulper
Duivenvoorden, Cornelis (I18986)
9610 Werkster. Weduwe van Fredrik Habold. Meijer, Anna Christina (I24028)
9611 Western States Marriages,Vol.16,pg.237: Lars AARLAND to Eva PETERSON February 11,1921 at Boise,Ada,Idaho Family F3513
9612 wettiging 2 kinderen - legalization 2 children (born before marriage) Family F7794
9613 When he got married in 1918 Johannes is registered as a smith. Moved from Noordwijkerhout to Roosendal on May 17th 1921 and to the Hague on Feb 1 1924. When he moved the Hague he had started selling bicycles (rijwielhandelaar).

On 1939-03-10 John registered the bicycle brand RABUR from the van der Raadt/van den Burg bicycle factory in the Hague. During the war he would smuggle messages to the reistance in the frames.

They had a house on 321 Laan van Meerdervoort, above the bicycle factory. John had built a secret wall behind the furnace. There was a nazi across the street, who the boys with shoot at with bb guns, uncle Louie smoothed out the drama. The family also had to put up nazi officers.

After the war Holland was very poor. The business was ruined because of the confiscation of the merchandise. He thought he had to start all over again. After visiting his daughter Maria in Canada in 1948, they liked it very much, and he decided to start over in Canada instead.

In the Henderson's Moose Jaw directory - 1956 John is registered on 126 Winston Street (Churchill Park) in Moose Jaw. 
van der Raadt, Johannes (I19552)
9614 When married moved to Seymore, IN, where two children were born. Lived there four years, moved to Orelans, Orange County, IN. Lived there 20 years, moved to Edwardsport October 1980. Employed by American National Bank. Banking and Finance degree. Casey, Frieda Virginia (I20422)
9615 When Will was courting Lizzie both families lived in Abesville, Missouri. The Bass family lived up "Bass Hollow" southeast of Abesville. The Simmons familie lived northeast of Abesville near the Christian-Stone county line. Will rode a horse or walked across the fields to go see Lizzie. They were married in the home of her parents; both fathers were witnesses to the ceremony. They lived in Stone county most of their married life and were parents of nine children.

William and Elizabeth (Lizzie) move to North Hayes, Reno County, Kansas by 1930. Lived in Garber, Missouri in 1942.

Farmer, died age 69 years 11 months 9 days, died of Apoplexy. Death Certificate # 10802, informant: Mrs. Lizzie Bass, Garber, Taney Co., MO. 
Bass, William Calvin "Will" (I20744)
9616 Widow when she visits Norway 1914, second husband Paul Berge. They had a daughter Anna Berge in New York 1914. Midttveit, Gjertrud Mathilde Monsdtr. (I30473)
9617 Widow's Home, Cincinnati buried Spring Grove Cem Cossler, Ladoska (I35215)
9618 Widowed in 1896, Christian Krough is still in the Norfolk city directories of 1897. He moved to Brooklyn, New York for a few years with his two youngest children, Willie and Anna. He was a machinist.
In the 1900-census he is living with his sister Anna (Annie) and daughter Anna (Annie) in Brooklyn. Willie Edward had passed in February, before the census count on June 1. Gladys and Calda were then in North Carolina to be raised by, and helping, his oldest daughter Hilma (Halma/Helma). Calda got married in Kings, NY in 1901.
Christian went to Massachusetts for work.
In the 1905 New York city census Anna and Gladys are living with Svale and Calda in New York.
By 1906 Kristian is in Massachusetts where he in September marries Ragna Emilie Vold. From 1910 onwards he is in Weymouth Ward where he dies in 1924.
By 1910 Hilma was back in Norfolk, Calda was in Tanner Creek, Norfolk (in 1915 she is in Brooklyn). Anna is not with either of them. In 1912 miss Anna M. Krough is the city directories of Norfolk. Gladys and Anna Mae both got married in Weymouth, Mass, 1912.
I haven't found Gladys in the 1910-census, but she is in the Norfolk city directories from 1906, and counted there in 20 and 30, and then by 1935 in Brooklyn.

1910- and 1920-census has: Weymouth Ward 1, Norfolk, Massachusetts, Christian and wife Ragna Emilie Vold - Krough/Crough. Says he emigrated in 1885, 1900 says 1887. 
Krogh, Kristian Antons. (I21788)
9619 Wife Brouwer, daughter married Fictoor. van der Raadt, Wilhelmus Johannes "Wim" (I22875)
9620 Wife Joane b. 1596 Hampton, William (I20240)
9621 wife was Alice Theresa Larson (1907-1994). She married Oscar Gibbs after Carlisle's death. Ewing, Carlisle Price (I28849)
9622 Wife was Jacoba Jans Passchiersdr, daughter of Johan Passchiersz and Weijndelmoet Geertsdr van Bitterschoten. van Oldebarnevelt, Aert Bartholomeuszn (I22911)
9623 Wife: Elizabeth Barrow, John (I20294)
9624 Wife: Katharina Kuypers van der Ploeg, Hubertus (I24951)
9625 Wife: Leuntgen Jansdr.. Coppe, Jacob Fransz. (I19090)
9626 Wilhelm var på Abrahamsøyno på Sæverudøy, Bremnes i 1850, bygde sjøhus og tok til med handel på ei tuft på nore Eideneset, i 1860 solgte han og flytta bort, står det i gards- og ættesoga for Bremnes 1, s. 475-476.

Til USA - pass 8. mai 1858, i 1860 er familien i Florence, Young America, Carver, Minnesota, med Hanna, Hans og Inger (Ingeborg). I 1865 er familien samme sted med Hans,Thorvald, Hanna, Inger og Arenthina.

Barn med Anna Johannesdtr. Skaathun:
Ananias Wilhelmsen Kruger, 1846-1917
Wilhelm Johanes Krüger, 1848-1928

Barn på Bømlo:
Hans Astrup Krüger, 1855– 1932
Hannah Severine Krüger, 1857– 1926
Inger Severine Krüger, 1858– 1898
Barn i USA:
Thorvald Adrian Krüger, 1861– 1877
Arenthina Hendrietta Krüger, 1864– 1937
Marcus Krüger, 1867– 1868

I 1865 flytter familien som noen av de første settlerne til St Peter, Nicollet County, Minnesota, hvor han bygget Kruger Hotel på Broadway, og bodde i byen eller på gården sin i Oshawa til han døde i 1905. 
Krüger, Wilhelm Friman Koren (I30112)
9627 Wilhelmina was married to Hendrik Jan Heideman, born in Landsmeer, abt 1886. Wilken, Wilhelmina Everharda (I24082)
9628 Will Abstracts, Estates And Guardianship: Wayne County, Ohio 1852-1900 By Richard Smith. Ohio Obituary Index. Wayne County Herald; Wooster Jacksonian; Wooster Weekly Republican, Wooster, Ohio. McQuigg, John (I22143)
9629 Will dated Apr 17th 1713, recorded June 27th 1713 and appraised Aug 21, 1713. Executors were wife Jane and son Richard.

Nicholas of the Lower Parish. Legatees: son Nicholas, son Thomas, threee youngest daughters by my last wife;. son Richard, daugthers Ann, Mary, Sarah; wife Jane; five youngest children, Marta, Jane, Ruth, Nicholas and Thomas. Wit; John Wheal?, Stephen Smith, Daniel Degan, Joshua Jordan. Source: Wills and Administrations of Isle of Wight County, Virginia, 1647-1800, p. 566 and 569.

English colonists drove the Warraskoyak from their villages in 1622 and 1627, as part of their reprisals for the Great Massacre of 1622, in which the Native Americans had decimated English settlements, hoping to drive them out of their territory.

The first English plantations along the south shore within present-day Isle of Wight county were established by Puritan colonists, beginning with that of Christopher Lawne in May 1618. Several members of the Puritan Bennett family also settled there, including Richard Bennett. He led the Puritans to neighboring Nansemond in 1635, and later was appointed as governor of the Virginia Colony.

By 1634, by order of the King of England, Charles I, eight shires of Virginia were formed with a total population of 4,914 settlers. Warrosquoake Shire included 522 persons at this time. It and Accomac Shire were the only shires given Native American names for the friendly tribes nearby. It was renamed Isle of Wight County in 1637, after the Isle of Wight, an island in the English channel. The river bearing this name was renamed Pagan River.

The original name had come derived from the Native Americans of the area; it went through transliteration and Anglicisation, eventually becoming known as "Warwicke Squeake".

On Feb 9, 1696 Nicholas Casey bought 200 acres of land from Jane, widow of Richard Gross, for 5000 lbs. tbc, according to a deed mentioned in the book "Seventeenth Century Isle of Wight County, Virginia: A History of the County"
The same book shows Nicholas Casey buying 180 acres N.E. sid of Cypress Swamp on May 1, 1693 from William Boddie and his wife Elizabeth.
He also bought the adjacent Henry Dawson's plantation of William Boddie on June 9th, 1703 with woodland of 100 acres where Martha Dawson, widow, and her three sons Henry, John and Martin Dawson lived and were to keep their rights to live.

Said to be an ancestor of Mark Twain. 
Casey, Nicholas (I20628)
9630 Will of John Casey, p. 189 Lincoln City Wills and Adm. written? Apr. 1790. Legatees Margaret, wife, children Charles, James, Agnes, Matthew. Hugh Logan ezcecutor. Witnesses: John McGill, Hanna Barry, Esther Dougherty.

But: "A transcription of John's will at the Casey genforum #4335 does not mention a son Charles and says daughter Martha (not Matthew)."

Will Book A, pages 189 and 190 Lincoln County Courthouse, Stanford, Kentucky:
"In the name of God amen I John Casey of Lincoln County and District of Kentucky being weak in body but perfect in memory thanks be to God therefor calling to mind the mortality of my body and believing it is appointed for all men once to die do make and ordain this my last will and testament that is to say principally and first I give and recommend my soul into the hands of God that gave it and for my body I recommend it to the earth to be buried in a Christian manner at the direction of my Executor nothing doubting at the General Resurrection I shall receive the same again by the mighty power of God and as touching such worldly goods wherewith it hath pleased God to bless me with in this life I give devise and dispose of the same in manner following in the first place I do order all my just debts and funeral charges to be paid and satisfied and I give and bequeath unto my beloved son WILLIAM CASEY one cow and I do give unto my best beloved wife MARGARET this plantation I now live on with all the movables I now possess and one negro boy called Dave and I do order that she shall have the full power of them while she lives and then to belong to my son JAMES and to his heirs forever and I do order that my daughters AGNESS and MARTHA shall have one cow each. I likewise constitute make and ordain my trusty friend Hugh Logan to be my whole and sole Executor of this my last will and testament and I do hereby utterly disavow and revoke all and every other wills and testaments in any way before named. In witness whereof I have set my hand this 28th day of April 1790.
Witnesses Present
John Magill
Hannah Barry
Ester Dougherty

Signed John Casey "his mark"

At a court held for Lincoln County the 20th day of July 1790 This will was proved by the oaths of John Magill, Hannah Barry and Ester Dougherty witnesses thereto and ordered to be recorded." 
Casey, John (I20678)
9631 Will Peterson is listed as an attendant at the wedding of his sister Sara Peterson on 9/1/1895. Rabben, Vincents Petters. (I16228)
9632 Will: William McGahey, date 5 Jan 1749, prove date 24 Apr 1750, Hamiltons Bann Twp, wife: Margaret McGahey, children; John, James, William, Alexander.

No record has been found of Williams birth, but information has been passed down stating that he was born in Northern Ireland and sailed from Glasgow, Scotland for America in 1738. He moved west to PA between 1741 and 1745. In 1745, William shows up in court records in Lancaster County, PA

William and Alexander McGaughy arrived in Frederick Co., Maryland in 1752. According to COLDHAM, PETER WILSON. Settlers of Maryland 1679 - 1783. 
McGaughey, William (I27545)
9633 Willam married Martha Johnson, the daughter of, William Johnson and Elizabeth Hutcheson, also of Brunswick.

William and Martha had the following children:
Charles Lucas was born on 25 Dec 1719 in Spotsylvania, Spotsylvania, Virginia, United States. He died on 18 Nov 1793 in Sinking Creek,Giles,Virginia,USA. He married Elizabeth Evans on 20 Nov 1718. He married Kathleen Keywood on 18 Nov 1746 in Sinking Creek, Augusta, Virginia, USA. He married Tabitha Wyche in 1753.
William Lucas was born in 1717 in Brunswick, Virginia, United States. He died in 1743 in , Brunswick, Virginia, USA.
David Lucas was born in Virginia, USA. He died on 28 Apr 1760 in , Brunswick, Virginia, USA.
John Lucas was born in 1712 in , Surry, Virginia, USA. He died in 1783 in Lunenburg, Virginia, USA.
Samuel Lucas was born in 1711 in , Brunswick, Virginia, USA. He died in 1777 in Brunswick, Virginia, USA.

Willams last will is dated 25 Feb 1739, proved 5 Mar 1740 in which he names his sons John, William, Chas, Samuel and Daniel Lucas. 
Lucas, William (I27657)
9634 Willem Dye Cruve was married to Elysabeth Woutersdr. de Wijs ± 1477-< 1526, daughter of Wouter Jacobsz de Wijs. Source: Marten Heinemann. Dye Cruve, Willem Willems (I24129)
9635 Willem had three children. van der Raad, Willem (I33894)
9636 Willem was married on 18. feb 1825 in Veenendaal to Grietje van der Meijde, born in Veenendaal. Kienen, Willem (I24157)
9637 Willem was timmerman en herbergier te Noordwijkerhout, musketier en weer. van Tol, Willem Pietersz (I24638)
9638 Willem was werkzaam als bouwman. Kinderen uit deze relatie:
Dirck Willemsz van Steenvoorden
Claas Willemszn Steenvoorden is geboren rond 1600 in Noordwijk, Nederland. Overleden in 1665.
Leendert Willemszn Steenvoorden is geboren rond 1615 in Noordwijk, Nederland. Overleden in 1680 in Noordwijk, Nederland.
Jeroen Williamszn Steenvoorden is geboren rond 1620 in Noordwijk, Nederland. Jeroen was werkzaam als bouwman.
Jan Willemsz Steenvoorden is geboren rond 1616 in Noordwijk, Nederland. Overleden in 1671 in Noordwijk, Nederland.
Huijbertje Willemsdr Steenvoorden is geboren rond 1620/1622 in Noordwijk, Nederland.
Adriaen Willemsz Steenvoorden is geboren rond 1618 in Noordwijk, Nederland. Leefde in het huis van Maritgen Mathijsdr/Jeroen Adriaanszn.

Huijbert Willemszn Steenvoirde werd de naam geschreven in oud nederlands of Noortuk. 
van Steenvoorden, Willem Jeroenszn (I30408)
9639 Willem wednr. van Elisabeth Geveling. Parents: Wijnand Kooijman and Lammertje van der Lugt Kooijman, Willem (I34157)
9640 William Alston, also of Newton, who was a prosperous landowner, resident upon and cultivating his own estate which was of respectable dimensions.

There is some doubt as to the number of times William was married. In the pedigree registered by one of his great great grandsons, William Alston of Odell at the Heralds Visitation of Bedfordshire in 1634 his wife is said to have been (Ann), the daughter of (Thomas) Simonds, and her arms are given as "Azure a chevron inter 3 trefoiles slipped d'or") The inclusion of the Christian names within brackets indicates some uncertainty about them, and that about the name Ann is strengthened by the patriarchs mention in his will of his "wyfe Elizabethe" without any reference to a previous marriage. It is not unusual for a trifling vagueness to exist about great great grandparents surnames, to say nothing of their Christian names, and it may not have occured to the Odell family to verify their pedigree by reference to their ancestor's will, even if facilities for doing so were then allowed. On consideration I have decided to regard Ann as a misnomer, and William to have had only one wife-Elizabeth Simonds. This view is supported by Elizabeth's will, to which her son Edward was executor.

William Alston died in the winter of 1563-4, his burial being recorded in the Newton registers as having taken place on the 30th January. Husband and wife were not long divided by death, for although no entry of her burial has been found, her will in which she describes herself as widow is dated 14th May, 1564-5, and was proved on the 30th of the following month (June), in the Archdeaconry of Sudbury. William Alston's will is dated 18th October, 1563, being made probably at the beginning of the illness which terminated fatally.

It was proved on the 23rd October, 1567, in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury, and is notable as being the earliest Alston will among the testamentary archives of that Court now in the safe keeping of Somerset House.

The will begins with the usual pious formulary of the commendation of the testators soul to God and his "bodye to therthe" accompanied by the bequest of certain benefactions to be bestowed "amongeste the poore" at his funeral. Then follow the various dispositions of his estate among his wife and children. He had issue three sons and two daughters, of whom at least two sons and the daughters were living at his decease.

Source: Cresswell, Lionel (1905) Stemmata Alstoniana, Table 1. 
Alston, William (I28386)
9641 William and Alexander McGaughy arrived in Frederick Co., Maryland in 1752. According to COLDHAM, PETER WILSON. Settlers of Maryland 1679 - 1783.

Alexander married Rachel Thompson before 1764 in Rowan County, NC. 
McGaughey, Alexander (I27716)
9642 William Barrow was a tobacco farmer, who, after raising his family in Brunswick County, Virginia, moved to North Carolina with his son Aaron, and died in the 91st year of his age.

For more: 
Barrow, William (I20285)
9643 William CRAIGE married Margaret 'Abigail' Stuart. He had five daughters. He died on January 13, 1784, in Orange, North Carolina, at the age of 74, and is not identical to William Craige the minister in Glasgow, Scotland who is mentioned in Chalmers' General Biographical Dictionary. His wife is Abigail in his will.
Daughters Joanna Mc Millan (mother Mary?), Abigail Pasmore, Bethosheba (Batsheba) Crayton (1735-1834), Ruth Simmons and Mary Stuart. 
Craige, William (I27721)
9644 William Ewing, full cousin of the late Hon. Thomas Ewing, a soldier in the war of 1812, father-in-law of James E. Cox, Esq., of Mansfield, and an influential citizen of "Old" Richland County, died in Ashland County, on Feb 10th., 1874, aged 82 years. He was for 40 years an Elder in the Lutheran Church. [Shelby (OH) Independent News: 22 January 1874, Vol. 6, No. 13]

Ohio Deaths and Burials, 1854-1997
Name: Wm Ewing
Gender: Male
Death Date: 10 Feb 1874
Death Place: Ashland, Ashland, Ohio
Age: 82
Birth Date: 1792 
Ewing, William (I22223)
9645 William Greene Sr was born in Virginia in 1734. Married Sarah Ann Alston in Warren county, NC. Enlisted in First North Carolina Regiment under Colonel James Moore as a captain.

He received a land grant of 500 acres bounty land as an officer for service, in Washington County, Georgia, Jan 24, 1784.

Came on into Georgia and died in Wilkes County, Georgia in July 1806. His will can be found in Will Book "GG", 1806-1807.
Greene, William (I28362)
9646 William married Ester and had four known children, John (Edgecombe, NC), Amy, Mary (Pitt, NC) and Frances b. 1719. Winkles, William (I27629)
9647 William married Mary Gates, their children in 1891 were Theophilus and Annie. Dinsmore, William J. (I27779)
9648 William McGaughey (1740-1812) was a private under Col. John Neville at Fort Pitt. The Daughters of the American Revolution lineage book has him born in Scotland (?).

William McGaughey, son of William McGaughey and Margaret Boyd McGaughey, was born around 1738 in Ireland. He married Elizabeth Lackey around 1760 in York Co., PA. They had the following known children:

Samuel Alexander McGaughey (1763 - 1841)
Agnes McGaughey Alexander (1765 - 1819)
Elizabeth McGaughey Edmonson (1770 - )
Margaret McGaughey Robinson (1767 - )
Ann McGaughey McCain (1768 - 1847)
William McGaughey (1773 - 1820)
Anna McGaughey Gammill (1774 - 1847)
James Harvey McGaughey (1777 - 1837)
George Washington McGaughey (1781 - 1861)
Mary McGaughey McCain (1786 - 1833)

On 28 Aug. 1757 a size roll of Col. Washington's Company was taken. On this roll was No. 68, Wm. McGaugh (possibly William McGaughey), 30 years old, 5' 7" in height, from Ireland, a planter, who enlisted Aug. 1756 in Frederick Co., VA.

In 1760 William was living in York Co., PA at the time of his marriage to Elizabeth Lackey.

In 1771 William lived in the Turkey Cove in Powell's Valley in present Lee Co., VA.

In 1774 William lived on Head Sugar Tree Draft in Washington Co., VA.

On 11 Aug 1775 the Provincial Convention of Virginia ordered Col. John Neville to march with his company and take possession of Ft Pitt (to later become Pittsburg, PA). William Magahey (McGaughey) was a soldier in this company. His name is on a list of troops paid at Rommey, VA.

On 10 Jun 1776 Wm. McGaughy was the 55th signer of a Fincastle Co., VA, petition.

The 1783 Tax List of Greene Co., NC (later TN.) had Wm. McGaughy listed.

On 1 Nov 1786 Wm. McGaughey received a land grant No. 1657 from the State of North Carolina of 200 acres on Limestone Fork of Lick River, Greene Co., NC (later TN).

In 1788 Wm. McGaughey provided provisions for the militia under General Joseph Martin for their expedition against the Chickamauga Indians for which he was paid 10 14 6.

On 26 December 1791 the State of North Carolina issued grant No. 952 to Samuel Mcgahey, William McGahey (McGaughey), and John McCroskey, 3,000 acres on Loyd's (Boyd's) Creek, according to Greene Co. records.

The earliest settlers of the Sevier Co area settled in the Boyd's Creek area along the Indian War Path which led to Knoxville. William McGaughey was one of these early settlers. He built a stockade on Boyd's Creek which the settlers used for protection against the Indians, known as McGaughey's Station. This station was built as early as 1785 and was still a strong station in 1793.

On 12 Apr. 1798 in Blount Co., TN, Wm. McGaughey was the bondsman when his son James McGaughey married Margaret McCain.

William's wife, Elizabeth Lackey, died in 1804 at Boyd's Creek. William moved to Maury County, Tennessee with two of his sons, George Washington McGaughey and James Harvey McGaughey. He died sometime after 1812 and was buried on the Duck River

Much of the above information was found in the DAR application of Nellie Head Fox, Nat No 293677.

Location of where William McGaughey is buried in Maury Co., TN is unknown.


William and Elizabeth moved from York County, Pennsylvania to Augusta County, Virginia. In 1772 THE HISTORY OF THE CAMPBELL FAMILY shows him to have been living in Southwest Virginia. He bought land on the Holston River in 1774. The Provincial Convention of Virginia on the 11th day of August, 1775 ordered Colonel John Neville to march with his company and take possession of Fort Pitt. Among these soldiers was William McGahey whose name is among a list of troops paid off a Romney, Virginia.
William McGaughey moved from Washington County, Va., to Greene County, Tennessee, in 1783. He was on the list of the first tax payers of Greene County. He built a stockade at the Boyd's Creek, where he had come from Greene County, as a protection against the Indians, called McGaughey's Station. 
McGaughey, William Jr (I27711)
9649 William was a book binder, both parents were Swedish. Father: Neil Edward Nelson f. 1861 and mother Alma Gylleng f. 1860, married Salisbury, Massachusetts 1885. Nelson, John William (I23770)
9650 Willie moved with his father to Brooklyn after his mother died in 1896, died there age 8. Krogh, Willie Edward (I23916)

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