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  1. Jerome Lee Miller: Birth: 4 Jan 1950 in New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut. Death: 13 Jun 2000 in New Port Richey, Pasco, Florida

  2. Timothy Miller: Birth: 1956 in Lapeer, Lapeer, Michigan. Death: 1956 in Lapeer, Lapeer, Michigan

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a. Note:   Descendants of William I, The Conqueror, King of England and The Sanford L.J. Miller
NewsSun carrier Illinois 1945 Leroy Miller Comes Home A Real Hero
Pvt. LeRoy Yongs Miller of Highwood Illinois Formaly from carsonville Michigan is not only a Good soldier, but a courageous one. The only complaint he makes in the letter that is quoted below is that he couldn't stand on deck to see the Statue of Liberty when his hospitol ship pulled into port.
His letter, written on board ship and addressed to his mother, Mrs. Evelyn Butler, 334 Ashland Ave., Highwood, follows: "First day out, March 14th, 1945. Well, mom I'm on the Queen Elizabeth, sailing for New York. The lord willing, I will be in port by next Tuesday. Boy, this is just like a floating hospitol. Elevators, soft beds, fresh milk, ice cream, fresh fruit and vegetables. I certainly learned to appriciate these little things.
"While in Germany-and I thank god that you don't have to go through what I have-what I saw and learnded is priceless, but I wouldn't go through it again for anything.
AMERICAN BREAKFAST "Second day at sea. Was awakened at 6a.m. when a ward boy pushed a pan of water in my face and told me to wash. had breakfast a 0700-bacon and eggs (real eggs), cornflakes, pears, bread and jelly and coffee. Took my after breakfast nap, till they came and rubed my back. Guess I will read a book now. More tomarrow.
"Third day at sea. Slept like a log last night. The rocking of a ship is like a cradle and rocks me to sleep. Got Hersheys and cookies at the PX last night-also some coke.
"I saw four fellows with thier legs amputated-one is way off up by the hip so I won't be bad off at all. One fellow has his hand off. Well it's getting about dinner time again. hope we have ice cream. (P.S. We did.)
"Fourth and fifth days at sea. "Hello mom! We should hit New York tomarrow forenoon, I hope. Gee, I wish I could stand on deck to see the Statue of Liberty. But it's hard standing on deck with crutches-my cast is so heavy. Mom, I'm going to tell you something right now, I want you to take it like a good scout. You must have guessed by now what it is. My right foot had to be taken off at the ankle as it was in bad shape. I don't want any pity because I'll be just as good as ever when I get my new plastic foot. It will be quite a accomplishment to be proud of.
OTHERS WORSE OFF "I couldn't tell grandmother because she might take it to hard. I thought if she saw how well I was taking it, it might help. After all it is nothing to be upset about; there is fellows around me that are a lot worse off. Then there are a lot of my buddies that won't ever come back. I know it's not nice to say, but it's true!
"March 19th, Arrived in New York today. Everything is swell-in fact everyone is swell. Ice cream and milk and the U.S.A. Hot dog! All my love, Leroy."
Mrs. Butler hadn't known that her son had lost his foot until his letter reached him a few days ago. She had been notified previously that he had fractured his leg and injured his foot while fighting with the infantry of Gen. patton's third army in Luxembourg on February 1st. Letters recieved from army doctors in England said that he was "making normal improvement."
Leroy was employed as a NewsSun carrier in Highwood in 1939, and shortly after worked his way up to route boy, continuing in the employ of the circulation department for three years. He attended Highland Park High School for two years, and entered the service on June 7th, 1944, going over seas last december. An Eagle Scout, he is assistant Scoutmaster of highland Troop 37.
yesterday he telephoned his mother to tell her that he was now in the care of McCloskey General Hospitol in Temple, Texas.
L.J. Miller, 74, a lifetime area resident of Lapeer, died May 22, 2000.
He was born May 4, 1926, in Carsonville, to Jack and Elve (Kerbison) Miller. He married Barbara Congdon in 1989.
He was a professional photographer. He owned and operated L.J. Miller's Studio in Lapeer since 1949. He served his country in the U.S. Army during World War II. He was a member of American Legion Post 16 and VFW Post 4139, both in Lapeer. He also was a member of the Voiture 1536 4/8. He received a Purple Heart during During WWII and was a member of the Veterans of the Purple Heart. He was a member of the Disabled American Veterans and the local J.C.s.
He is survived by his wife, Barbara of Lapeer; children, Mary Hightower (fiance Michael Krajewski) of North Branch, Chuck (Wilma) Field of Metamora, Jerome Lee of Florida, James (Gloria) Field of Wyoming; adopted grandson, Stearns Podvin of Lapeer; 13 grandchildren; many great-grandchildren; sister, Dorothy Smith of Sandusky; uncle, Joe (Aunt Lu) of Lake Orion.
He was preceded in death by his first wife, Verna E. Miller in 1987; infant son, Timothy Miller; grandson, Daren Field in 1974; and sister, Pat Evans.
Memorial contributions may be made to the 40/8 Nurses Scholarship or WMPC Radio.
Funeral services were Thursday (May 25, 2000) at Muir Brothers Funeral Home, Lapeer with a military graveside service under the auspices of American Legion Post 16 Honor Guard. The Rev. Arnold Bracy officiated.
ID: I143 Name: Le Roy MILLER Given Name: Le Roy Surname: Miller Sex: M Birth: 4 MAY 1926 Death: 22 APR 2000 in Lapeer Mi Burial: Lapeer Mi Mt Hope
Father: Jack (John) A MILLER b: 14 JAN 1907 in Sanilac,MI Mother: Elva L KERBYSON b: 25 NOV 1908 in Mi
Marriage 1 Verna E MCROIRE b: 28 JUL 1919 in Bay City On The Farm Children Mary Magdalene MILLER Jarome Lee MILLER b: JAN 1950 James R Field MILLER Charles Field MILLER Dougles Mclearon FIELD Eternal Father, I offer You the Most
Precious Blood of Thy Divine Son,
Jesus, in union with all the Masses
being said throughout the world today
for all the Holy Souls in Purgatory,
for sinners everywhere, those in the
Universal Church, in my home and
within my family. Amen.
Jerome Lee Miller
Descendants of William I, The Conqueror, King of England and The Sanford L.J. Miller
NewsSun carrier Illinois 1945
L.J. Miller, 74, a lifetime area resident of Lapeer, died May 22, 2000.
He was born May 4, 1926, in Carsonville, to Jack and Elve (Kerbison) Miller. He married Barbara Congdon in 1989.
He was a professional photographer. He owned and operated L.J. Miller's Studio in Lapeer since 1949. He served his country in the U.S. Army during World War II. He was a member of American Legion Post 16 and VFW Post 4139, both in Lapeer. He also was a member of the Voiture 1536 4/8. He received a Purple Heart during During WWII and was a member of the Veterans of the Purple Heart. He was a member of the Disabled American Veterans and the local J.C.s.
He is survived by his wife, Barbara of Lapeer; children, Mary Hightower (fiance Michael Krajewski) of North Branch, Chuck (Wilma) Field of Metamora, Jerome Lee of Florida, James (Gloria) Field of Wyoming; adopted grandson, Stearns Podvin of Lapeer; 13 grandchildren; many great-grandchildren; sister, Dorothy Smith of Sandusky; uncle, Joe (Aunt Lu) of Lake Orion.
He was preceded in death by his first wife, Verna E. Miller in 1987; infant son, Timothy Miller; grandson, Daren Field in 1974; and sister, Pat Evans.
Memorial contributions may be made to the 40/8 Nurses Scholarship or WMPC Radio.
Funeral services were Thursday (May 25, 2000) at Muir Brothers Funeral Home, Lapeer with a military graveside service under the auspices of American Legion Post 16 Honor Guard. The Rev. Arnold Bracy officiated.
ID: I143 Name: Le Roy MILLER Given Name: Le Roy Surname: Miller Sex: M Birth: 4 MAY 1926 Death: 22 APR 2000 in Lapeer Mi Burial: Lapeer Mi Mt Hope
Father: Jack (John) A MILLER b: 14 JAN 1907 in Sanilac,MI Mother: Elva L KERBYSON b: 25 NOV 1908 in Mi
Marriage 1 Verna E MCROIRE b: 28 JUL 1919 in Bay City On The Farm Children Mary Magdalene MILLER Jarome Lee MILLER b: JAN 1950 James R Field MILLER Charles Field MILLER Dougles Mclearon FIELD Eternal Father, I offer You the Most
Precious Blood of Thy Divine Son,
Jesus, in union with all the Masses
being said throughout the world today
for all the Holy Souls in Purgatory,
for sinners everywhere, those in the
Universal Church, in my home and
within my family. Amen.
Jerome Lee Miller
Generation No. 27
127. EDWARD27VII, KING OF GREAT BRITAIN (QUEEN OF THE UNITED KINGDOM26 VICTORIA, EDWARD25 AUGUSTUS, DUKE OF KENT, GEORGE24III, KING OF GREAT BRITAIN, FREDERICK23 LEWIS, PRINCE OF WALES, GEORGE22II, KING OF GREAT BRITAIN, GEORGE21I, KING OF GREAT BRITAIN, SOPHIA OF20 HANOVER, ELIZABETH OF19 BOHEMIA, JAMES18I, KING OF ENGLAND, HENRY17 STUART, LORD DARNLEY, MARGARET16 DOUGLAS, MARGARET15 TUDOR, PRINCESS OF ENGLAND, HENRY14VII, KING OF ENGLAND, LADY MARGARET13 BEAUFORT, JOHN12, JOHN11, JOHN OF10 GAUNT, DUKE OF LANCASTER, EDWARD9III, KING OF ENGLAND, EDWARD8II, KING OF ENGLAND, EDWARD7I, LONGSHANKS, KING OF ENGLAND, HENRY6III, KING OF ENGLAND, LACKLAND5 JOHN, KING OF ENGLAND, HENRY4II, KING OF ENGLAND, PRINCESS OF ENGLAND3 MATILDA, HENRY2I, BEAUCLERC, KING OF ENGLAND, WILLIAM1I, THE CONQUEROR, KING OF ENGLAND, ROBERTAI, THE DEVIL, 6TH DUKE OF NORMANDY, RICHARDBII, THE GOOD, 4TH DUKE OF NORMANDY, RICHARDCI, THE FEARLESS, 3RD DUKE OF NORMANDY, WILLIAMDI, LONGSWORD, 2ND DUKE OF NORMANDY, ROLLO THE DANEE ROBERT, 1ST DUKE OF NORMANDY, RAGNVALDFI, THE WISE, EYSTEINSSON, EARL OF MORE, GLUMRAG EYSTEIN, THE NOISY, JARL OF THE UPLANDS, IVARH OPLAENDINGE, JARL OF THE UPLANDS OF NORWAY, THE STINGYI HALFDAN, EYSTEINNJI, FRETR HALFDANSSON, HALFDANK HUITBEIN/OLASSON, OLAF INGJALDSSON/ULAFL TVETELIA, INGIALDM YNGLING, BRAUT-ONUNDN INGVARSSON, INGVARO EYSTEINSSON, EYSTEINP ADILSSON, ADILSQ OTTARSSON, OTTARR EGILSSON, EGILS AUNSSON, AUNT JORUNDSSON, THE AGED, JORUNDU YNGVASSON, YNGVIV ALREKSSON, ALREKW AGNASSON, AGNIX DAGSSON, DAGY DYGGVASSON, DYGGVIZ DOMARSSON, DOMARAA DOMALDASSON, DOMALDIAB VISBURSSON, VISBURAC VANLANDASSON, VANLANTIAD SVEGDASSON, SVEGDIAE FJOLNARSSON, FJOINIRAF YNGVI-FREYSSON, KING OF SWEDESAG YNGVI-FREY, KING OF SWEDESAH NJORD) was born 9 Nov 1841 in Buckingham Palace, London, England, and died 6 May 1910 in Buckingham Palace, London, England. He married ALEXANDRA CAROLINE OF DENMARK 19 Mar 1863, daughter of CHRISTIAN IX KING OF DENMARK. She was born 1 Dec 1844, and died 20 Nov 1925.
Notes for EDWARDVII, KING OF GREAT BRITAIN: Edward VII (1841-1910), king of Great Britain and Ireland and emperor of India (1901-10). The Edwardian period is named after him.
Edward was born on November 9, 1841, in Buckingham Palace, London, the eldest son of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert, and was christened Albert Edward. He studied at the universities of Edinburgh, Oxford, and Cambridge. In 1860 he visited Canada, inaugurating the custom of goodwill visits by members of the British royal family, particularly the prince of Wales, to British dominions and foreign countries.
In 1863 Edward married Alexandra, eldest daughter of King Christian IX of Denmark. The prince and princess then assumed much of the burden of court ceremonials and public functions, which Queen Victoria had laid aside on going into virtual retirement after the death of the prince consort in 1861. Edward traveled extensively. In Russia and France, particularly, he made valuable personal contacts in political and social circles. At home, his popularity was increased both as prince of Wales and as king by his interest in sports, notably yachting and horse racing; his horses won the Derby in 1896, 1900, and 1909 and the Grand National at Liverpool in 1900.
Edward succeeded to the throne in 1901. From the beginning of his reign he adopted a policy of promoting international amity in Europe, where political tension had been mounting. His visits to various European capitals from 1901 to 1904 and return visits to him by European rulers helped promote the signing of arbitration treaties in 1903-4 between Great Britain and France, Spain, Italy, Germany, and Portugal. He was also an important force behind two agreements that strengthened the position of Great Britain on the Continent, the Entente Cordiale of 1904 between France and Great Britain, and a pact between Russia and Great Britain in 1907. In 1909 the king and queen paid a diplomatic visit to Emperor William II of Germany (Edward's nephew) that temporarily dispelled German suspicion that the increasingly friendly relations between Great Britain and France and Russia were aimed at weakening Germany. Because of his efforts to increase international amity the king became known as Edward the Peacemaker.
Edward died at Buckingham Palace on May 6, 1910, having reigned for only nine years. Three daughters and two sons were born of the marriage between Edward and Alexandra. The sons were Prince Albert Victor, duke of Clarence, and George, duke of York, who succeeded Edward as George V. In 1896 Edward's youngest daughter, Princess Maude Charlotte Mary Victoria, married her cousin, Prince Charles of Denmark, who later became King H�akon VII of Norway.
Funk & Wagnall s Encyclopedia Children of EDWARD and ALEXANDRA DENMARK are: i. ALBERT28 VICTOR, DUKE OF CLARENCE, b. 8 Jan 1864; d. 14 Jan 1892. 151. ii. GEORGEV, KING OF GREAT BRITAIN, b. 3 Jun 1865, London, England; d. 20 Jan 1936, Sandringham House, Norfolk, England.
128. JOHN27 SANFORD (ANDREW26, JOHN25, JOHN24, DAVID23, THOMAS22, EZEKIEL21, THOMAS ANDREW20, EZEKIEL19, THOMAS18, RICHARD17 SANDFORD, RICHARD16, HUGH15, RICHARD14, JOHN13, RICHARD12 DE SANDFORD, ALICE11 BOTILIER, ELIZABETH10 DE HOLAND, MAUD9 LA ZOUCHE, ALAN8, ELEANOR7 LONGESP�EE, STEPHEN6, WILLIAM5 DE LONGESP�EE, EARL OF SALISBURY, HENRY4II, KING OF ENGLAND, PRINCESS OF ENGLAND3 MATILDA, HENRY2I, BEAUCLERC, KING OF ENGLAND, WILLIAM1I, THE CONQUEROR, KING OF ENGLAND, ROBERTAI, THE DEVIL, 6TH DUKE OF NORMANDY, RICHARDBII, THE GOOD, 4TH DUKE OF NORMANDY, RICHARDCI, THE FEARLESS, 3RD DUKE OF NORMANDY, WILLIAMDI, LONGSWORD, 2ND DUKE OF NORMANDY, ROLLO THE DANEE ROBERT, 1ST DUKE OF NORMANDY, RAGNVALDFI, THE WISE, EYSTEINSSON, EARL OF MORE, GLUMRAG EYSTEIN, THE NOISY, JARL OF THE UPLANDS, IVARH OPLAENDINGE, JARL OF THE UPLANDS OF NORWAY, THE STINGYI HALFDAN, EYSTEINNJI, FRETR HALFDANSSON, HALFDANK HUITBEIN/OLASSON, OLAF INGJALDSSON/ULAFL TVETELIA, INGIALDM YNGLING, BRAUT-ONUNDN INGVARSSON, INGVARO EYSTEINSSON, EYSTEINP ADILSSON, ADILSQ OTTARSSON, OTTARR EGILSSON, EGILS AUNSSON, AUNT JORUNDSSON, THE AGED, JORUNDU YNGVASSON, YNGVIV ALREKSSON, ALREKW AGNASSON, AGNIX DAGSSON, DAGY DYGGVASSON, DYGGVIZ DOMARSSON, DOMARAA DOMALDASSON, DOMALDIAB VISBURSSON, VISBURAC VANLANDASSON, VANLANTIAD SVEGDASSON, SVEGDIAE FJOLNARSSON, FJOINIRAF YNGVI-FREYSSON, KING OF SWEDESAG YNGVI-FREY, KING OF SWEDESAH NJORD) was born 25 Jan 1838 in Reed Twp., Seneca Co., OH, and died 22 Aug 1906 in Attica, Seneca Co., OH. He married ELIZA ANN MELLEN 5 Nov 1861 in Attica, Seneca Co., OH, daughter of MILTON MELLEN and LYDIA CROXTON. She was born 7 Mar 1843 in Attica, Seneca Co., OH, and died 30 Oct 1919 in Attica, Seneca Co., OH.
Notes for JOHN SANFORD: John Sanford was a farmer and later a carpenter. He was a hard-working, honest and competent man. His wife, Eliza, resided in Attica, Ohio after his death. (Source: Thomas Sanford Genealogy, c., 1911, pp. 667-668)
John was buried in Aug 1906 in Attica-Venice Cemetery, Attica, OH. He was a Building Contractor, who specialized in farm Houses and Barns from 1860 to 1904 in Seneca Co. OH. He was served in the Civil War about 1864-1865 in Union Forces, from Ohio. He has reference number PRZD-8B. John Sanford was the oldest of eight children. He was a farmer and later a carpenter. As his older boys grew up, they contracted and built the larger farm buildings in surrounding rural areas. He was known as an honest, hard working, competent man, and for very high quality workmanship. They had six children. (Source: John D. Sanford, San Jose, California, June 1998)
Children of JOHN SANFORD and ELIZA MELLEN are: 152. i. ALICE28 SANFORD, b. 13 Aug 1862, Attica, Seneca Co., OH; d. Unknown, Toledo, OH. 153. ii. ANDREW JOHN SANFORD, b. 14 Jan 1865, Forest Grove, MI; d. Unknown, Newark, OH. 154. iii. CLAYTON C. SANFORD, b. 1 May 1867, Jamestown, MI; d. 23 Jan 1924, Willard, Huron Co., OH. 155. iv. MAY SANFORD, b. 15 Mar 1869, Attica, Seneca Co., OH; d. 1942, Republic, Seneca Co., OH. 156. v. FRANKLIN CLIFFORD SANFORD, b. 10 Oct 1871, Attica, Seneca Co., OH; d. Unknown, Albuquerque, Bernalillo Co., NM. 157. vi. DAVID EARL SANFORD, b. 14 Jan 1886, Reed Twp., Seneca Co., OH; d. 7 May 1949, Tiffin, Seneca Co., OH.
129. BENJAMIN27 SANFORD (ANDREW26, JOHN25, JOHN24, DAVID23, THOMAS22, EZEKIEL21, THOMAS ANDREW20, EZEKIEL19, THOMAS18, RICHARD17 SANDFORD, RICHARD16, HUGH15, RICHARD14, JOHN13, RICHARD12 DE SANDFORD, ALICE11 BOTILIER, ELIZABETH10 DE HOLAND, MAUD9 LA ZOUCHE, ALAN8, ELEANOR7 LONGESP�EE, STEPHEN6, WILLIAM5 DE LONGESP�EE, EARL OF SALISBURY, HENRY4II, KING OF ENGLAND, PRINCESS OF ENGLAND3 MATILDA, HENRY2I, BEAUCLERC, KING OF ENGLAND, WILLIAM1I, THE CONQUEROR, KING OF ENGLAND, ROBERTAI, THE DEVIL, 6TH DUKE OF NORMANDY, RICHARDBII, THE GOOD, 4TH DUKE OF NORMANDY, RICHARDCI, THE FEARLESS, 3RD DUKE OF NORMANDY, WILLIAMDI, LONGSWORD, 2ND DUKE OF NORMANDY, ROLLO THE DANEE ROBERT, 1ST DUKE OF NORMANDY, RAGNVALDFI, THE WISE, EYSTEINSSON, EARL OF MORE, GLUMRAG EYSTEIN, THE NOISY, JARL OF THE UPLANDS, IVARH OPLAENDINGE, JARL OF THE UPLANDS OF NORWAY, THE STINGYI HALFDAN, EYSTEINNJI, FRETR HALFDANSSON, HALFDANK HUITBEIN/OLASSON, OLAF INGJALDSSON/ULAFL TVETELIA, INGIALDM YNGLING, BRAUT-ONUNDN INGVARSSON, INGVARO EYSTEINSSON, EYSTEINP ADILSSON, ADILSQ OTTARSSON, OTTARR EGILSSON, EGILS AUNSSON, AUNT JORUNDSSON, THE AGED, JORUNDU YNGVASSON, YNGVIV ALREKSSON, ALREKW AGNASSON, AGNIX DAGSSON, DAGY DYGGVASSON, DYGGVIZ DOMARSSON, DOMARAA DOMALDASSON, DOMALDIAB VISBURSSON, VISBURAC VANLANDASSON, VANLANTIAD SVEGDASSON, SVEGDIAE FJOLNARSSON, FJOINIRAF YNGVI-FREYSSON, KING OF SWEDESAG YNGVI-FREY, KING OF SWEDESAH NJORD) was born 6 Mar 1840 in Attica, Seneca Co., OH, and died 17 May 1908 in Marion, Grant Co., IN. He married EMMA FRANCIS LANNING 10 Mar 1864 in Ohio, daughter of ISSAC LANNING. She was born 14 Jan 1847 in Barrington, NY, and died Unknown.
Notes for BENJAMIN SANFORD: Benjamin Sanford was a farmer and mail carrier. He served in the Civil War.
Children of BENJAMIN SANFORD and EMMA LANNING are: 158. i. LEROY28 SANFORD, b. 23 Oct 1867, Jamestown, MI; d. Unknown, Marion, Marion Co., OH. ii. LAVERNE SANFORD, b. 9 Jan 1883, Siam, Venice Twp., Seneca Co., OH; d. 9 Sep 1883, Siam, Venice Twp., Seneca Co., OH. 159. iii. ANSON J. SANFORD, b. 19 Jul 1885, Siam, Seneca Co., OH; d. 4 Jun 1970, Ohio.
130. ELIZA27 SANFORD (ANDREW26, JOHN25, JOHN24, DAVID23, THOMAS22, EZEKIEL21, THOMAS ANDREW20, EZEKIEL19, THOMAS18, RICHARD17 SANDFORD, RICHARD16, HUGH15, RICHARD14, JOHN13, RICHARD12 DE SANDFORD, ALICE11 BOTILIER, ELIZABETH10 DE HOLAND, MAUD9 LA ZOUCHE, ALAN8, ELEANOR7 LONGESP�EE, STEPHEN6, WILLIAM5 DE LONGESP�EE, EARL OF SALISBURY, HENRY4II, KING OF ENGLAND, PRINCESS OF ENGLAND3 MATILDA, HENRY2I, BEAUCLERC, KING OF ENGLAND, WILLIAM1I, THE CONQUEROR, KING OF ENGLAND, ROBERTAI, THE DEVIL, 6TH DUKE OF NORMANDY, RICHARDBII, THE GOOD, 4TH DUKE OF NORMANDY, RICHARDCI, THE FEARLESS, 3RD DUKE OF NORMANDY, WILLIAMDI, LONGSWORD, 2ND DUKE OF NORMANDY, ROLLO THE DANEE ROBERT, 1ST DUKE OF NORMANDY, RAGNVALDFI, THE WISE, EYSTEINSSON, EARL OF MORE, GLUMRAG EYSTEIN, THE NOISY, JARL OF THE UPLANDS, IVARH OPLAENDINGE, JARL OF THE UPLANDS OF NORWAY, THE STINGYI HALFDAN, EYSTEINNJI, FRETR HALFDANSSON, HALFDANK HUITBEIN/OLASSON, OLAF INGJALDSSON/ULAFL TVETELIA, INGIALDM YNGLING, BRAUT-ONUNDN INGVARSSON, INGVARO EYSTEINSSON, EYSTEINP ADILSSON, ADILSQ OTTARSSON, OTTARR EGILSSON, EGILS AUNSSON, AUNT JORUNDSSON, THE AGED, JORUNDU YNGVASSON, YNGVIV ALREKSSON, ALREKW AGNASSON, AGNIX DAGSSON, DAGY DYGGVASSON, DYGGVIZ DOMARSSON, DOMARAA DOMALDASSON, DOMALDIAB VISBURSSON, VISBURAC VANLANDASSON, VANLANTIAD SVEGDASSON, SVEGDIAE FJOLNARSSON, FJOINIRAF YNGVI-FREYSSON, KING OF SWEDESAG YNGVI-FREY, KING OF SWEDESAH NJORD) was born 3 Nov 1842 in Attica, Seneca Co., OH, and died 13 Oct 1892 in Eastport, MI. She married ROBERT RICHMOND WILKINSON 15 Mar 1858 in Attica, Seneca Co., OH. He was born 28 Dec 1834 in Reedtown, OH, and died Unknown.
Notes for ROBERT RICHMOND WILKINSON: Robert Richmond Wilkinson was a State Senator from Michigan for two years. He served in the Civil War and was an ordained Baptist minister. They resided in Canon City, Colorado in the early 1900's.
Children of ELIZA SANFORD and ROBERT WILKINSON are: 160. i. BERTHA28 WILKINSON, b. 21 Jan 1864, Jamestown, MI; d. Aft. 1910. 161. ii. WILLIS WILKINSON, b. 13 Jun 1865, Jamestown, MI; d. Unknown. 162. iii. ALTHA WILKINSON, b. 8 Apr 1867, Jamestown, MI; d. Unknown. 163. iv. RAYMOND WILKINSON, b. 22 Mar 1869, Jamestown, MI; d. Unknown.
131. DAVID27 SANFORD (ANDREW26, JOHN25, JOHN24, DAVID23, THOMAS22, EZEKIEL21, THOMAS ANDREW20, EZEKIEL19, THOMAS18, RICHARD17 SANDFORD, RICHARD16, HUGH15, RICHARD14, JOHN13, RICHARD12 DE SANDFORD, ALICE11 BOTILIER, ELIZABETH10 DE HOLAND, MAUD9 LA ZOUCHE, ALAN8, ELEANOR7 LONGESP�EE, STEPHEN6, WILLIAM5 DE LONGESP�EE, EARL OF SALISBURY, HENRY4II, KING OF ENGLAND, PRINCESS OF ENGLAND3 MATILDA, HENRY2I, BEAUCLERC, KING OF ENGLAND, WILLIAM1I, THE CONQUEROR, KING OF ENGLAND, ROBERTAI, THE DEVIL, 6TH DUKE OF NORMANDY, RICHARDBII, THE GOOD, 4TH DUKE OF NORMANDY, RICHARDCI, THE FEARLESS, 3RD DUKE OF NORMANDY, WILLIAMDI, LONGSWORD, 2ND DUKE OF NORMANDY, ROLLO THE DANEE ROBERT, 1ST DUKE OF NORMANDY, RAGNVALDFI, THE WISE, EYSTEINSSON, EARL OF MORE, GLUMRAG EYSTEIN, THE NOISY, JARL OF THE UPLANDS, IVARH OPLAENDINGE, JARL OF THE UPLANDS OF NORWAY, THE STINGYI HALFDAN, EYSTEINNJI, FRETR HALFDANSSON, HALFDANK HUITBEIN/OLASSON, OLAF INGJALDSSON/ULAFL TVETELIA, INGIALDM YNGLING, BRAUT-ONUNDN INGVARSSON, INGVARO EYSTEINSSON, EYSTEINP ADILSSON, ADILSQ OTTARSSON, OTTARR EGILSSON, EGILS AUNSSON, AUNT JORUNDSSON, THE AGED, JORUNDU YNGVASSON, YNGVIV ALREKSSON, ALREKW AGNASSON, AGNIX DAGSSON, DAGY DYGGVASSON, DYGGVIZ DOMARSSON, DOMARAA DOMALDASSON, DOMALDIAB VISBURSSON, VISBURAC VANLANDASSON, VANLANTIAD SVEGDASSON, SVEGDIAE FJOLNARSSON, FJOINIRAF YNGVI-FREYSSON, KING OF SWEDESAG YNGVI-FREY, KING OF SWEDESAH NJORD) was born 1 Nov 1846 in Reed Twp., Seneca Co., OH, and died 9 Apr 1883 in New Washington, Crawford Co., OH. He married MARGARET JANE MCKIBBEN 21 Mar 1867 in Tiffin, Seneca Co., OH, daughter of WILLIAM MCKIBBEN and SARAH FALOON. She was born 20 Jan 1848 in Attica, Seneca Co., OH, and died 21 Aug 1928 in Niles, Trumbull Co., OH.
Notes for DAVID SANFORD: David Sanford was educated in the Public Schools and the Schuler Academy at Republic, Ohio. He enlisted in the Union Army 3 Oct 1963 in the 9th Ohio Volunteer Calvery and served until the close of the war. He then studied law, was admitted to the bar, and taking up his residence at New Washington, Ohio. He practiced law there until his death. (Source: Thomas Sanford Genealogy, c., 1911, pp. 668-669)
Child of DAVID SANFORD and MARGARET MCKIBBEN is: 164. i. IDA LUELLA28 SANFORD, b. 21 Apr 1869, Hastings, Barry Co., MI; d. 19 Oct 1944, Bellefontaine, Logan Co., MI.
132. SARAH REBECCA27 SANFORD (ANDREW26, JOHN25, JOHN24, DAVID23, THOMAS22, EZEKIEL21, THOMAS ANDREW20, EZEKIEL19, THOMAS18, RICHARD17 SANDFORD, RICHARD16, HUGH15, RICHARD14, JOHN13, RICHARD12 DE SANDFORD, ALICE11 BOTILIER, ELIZABETH10 DE HOLAND, MAUD9 LA ZOUCHE, ALAN8, ELEANOR7 LONGESP�EE, STEPHEN6, WILLIAM5 DE LONGESP�EE, EARL OF SALISBURY, HENRY4II, KING OF ENGLAND, PRINCESS OF ENGLAND3 MATILDA, HENRY2I, BEAUCLERC, KING OF ENGLAND, WILLIAM1I, THE CONQUEROR, KING OF ENGLAND, ROBERTAI, THE DEVIL, 6TH DUKE OF NORMANDY, RICHARDBII, THE GOOD, 4TH DUKE OF NORMANDY, RICHARDCI, THE FEARLESS, 3RD DUKE OF NORMANDY, WILLIAMDI, LONGSWORD, 2ND DUKE OF NORMANDY, ROLLO THE DANEE ROBERT, 1ST DUKE OF NORMANDY, RAGNVALDFI, THE WISE, EYSTEINSSON, EARL OF MORE, GLUMRAG EYSTEIN, THE NOISY, JARL OF THE UPLANDS, IVARH OPLAENDINGE, JARL OF THE UPLANDS OF NORWAY, THE STINGYI HALFDAN, EYSTEINNJI, FRETR HALFDANSSON, HALFDANK HUITBEIN/OLASSON, OLAF INGJALDSSON/ULAFL TVETELIA, INGIALDM YNGLING, BRAUT-ONUNDN INGVARSSON, INGVARO EYSTEINSSON, EYSTEINP ADILSSON, ADILSQ OTTARSSON, OTTARR EGILSSON, EGILS AUNSSON, AUNT JORUNDSSON, THE AGED, JORUNDU YNGVASSON, YNGVIV ALREKSSON, ALREKW AGNASSON, AGNIX DAGSSON, DAGY DYGGVASSON, DYGGVIZ DOMARSSON, DOMARAA DOMALDASSON, DOMALDIAB VISBURSSON, VISBURAC VANLANDASSON, VANLANTIAD SVEGDASSON, SVEGDIAE FJOLNARSSON, FJOINIRAF YNGVI-FREYSSON, KING OF SWEDESAG YNGVI-FREY, KING OF SWEDESAH NJORD) was born 28 Sep 1847 in Attica, Seneca Co., OH, and died 27 Jul 1897 in Central Lake, MI. She married SILAS B. ANWAY 5 Mar 1868 in Ohio. He was born 9 Mar 1839 in Seneca County, OH, and died Aft. 1905 in Central Lake, MI.
Notes for SILAS B. ANWAY: Silas B. Anway, after the death of his wife, (1) Sarah Rebecca Sanford, married (2) her sister-in-law, Margaret (McKibben) Sanford, the widow of her brother, David Sanford.
Children of SARAH SANFORD and SILAS ANWAY are: i. SANFORD B.28 ANWAY, b. 31 Oct 1871, Woodland, MI; d. Aft. 1905; m. ADA DOLPH, 3 May 1896, Michigan; b. 16 Dec 1874; d. Aft. 1905. Notes for SANFORD B. ANWAY: Had no issue.
ii. BERTHA M. ANWAY, b. 21 Jun 1875, Woodland, MI; d. Aft. 1905; m. RANDOLPH T. EDWARDS, 19 Aug 1896, Michigan; b. Bef. 1875, Ann Arbor, MI; d. Aft. 1905. Notes for BERTHA M. ANWAY: Bertha M. Anway and her husband, Randolph T. Edwards, had at least six children: Percy Anway, Thomas Leighton, Harvey Sanford, S. B., John Russell, and Marion Edwards. They resided in Cheboygan, Michigan about 1907. .
133. MARIAN ANTIONETTE27 SANFORD (JOSEPH26, DAVID25, JOSEPH24, DAVID23, SAMUEL22, EPHRAIM21, THOMAS ANDREW20, EZEKIEL19, THOMAS18, RICHARD17 SANDFORD, RICHARD16, HUGH15, RICHARD14, JOHN13, RICHARD12 DE SANDFORD, ALICE11 BOTILIER, ELIZABETH10 DE HOLAND, MAUD9 LA ZOUCHE, ALAN8, ELEANOR7 LONGESP�EE, STEPHEN6, WILLIAM5 DE LONGESP�EE, EARL OF SALISBURY, HENRY4II, KING OF ENGLAND, PRINCESS OF ENGLAND3 MATILDA, HENRY2I, BEAUCLERC, KING OF ENGLAND, WILLIAM1I, THE CONQUEROR, KING OF ENGLAND, ROBERTAI, THE DEVIL, 6TH DUKE OF NORMANDY, RICHARDBII, THE GOOD, 4TH DUKE OF NORMANDY, RICHARDCI, THE FEARLESS, 3RD DUKE OF NORMANDY, WILLIAMDI, LONGSWORD, 2ND DUKE OF NORMANDY, ROLLO THE DANEE ROBERT, 1ST DUKE OF NORMANDY, RAGNVALDFI, THE WISE, EYSTEINSSON, EARL OF MORE, GLUMRAG EYSTEIN, THE NOISY, JARL OF THE UPLANDS, IVARH OPLAENDINGE, JARL OF THE UPLANDS OF NORWAY, THE STINGYI HALFDAN, EYSTEINNJI, FRETR HALFDANSSON, HALFDANK HUITBEIN/OLASSON, OLAF INGJALDSSON/ULAFL TVETELIA, INGIALDM YNGLING, BRAUT-ONUNDN INGVARSSON, INGVARO EYSTEINSSON, EYSTEINP ADILSSON, ADILSQ OTTARSSON, OTTARR EGILSSON, EGILS AUNSSON, AUNT JORUNDSSON, THE AGED, JORUNDU YNGVASSON, YNGVIV ALREKSSON, ALREKW AGNASSON, AGNIX DAGSSON, DAGY DYGGVASSON, DYGGVIZ DOMARSSON, DOMARAA DOMALDASSON, DOMALDIAB VISBURSSON, VISBURAC VANLANDASSON, VANLANTIAD SVEGDASSON, SVEGDIAE FJOLNARSSON, FJOINIRAF YNGVI-FREYSSON, KING OF SWEDESAG YNGVI-FREY, KING OF SWEDESAH NJORD) was born 9 Apr 1824 in Benson, Rutland Co., VT, and died 15 Feb 1896 in Vermontville, Eaton Co., MI. She married DAVID MONTRESSOR KNICKERBOCKER 24 Oct 1849, son of DAVID KNICKERBOCKER and SUSAN COVELL. He was born 24 May 1829 in New York, and died 13 May 1907 in Rochester, MI.
Notes for DAVID MONTRESSOR KNICKERBOCKER: David Montrosser Knickerbocker (1829-1907) was the brother of Reuben Willis Knickerbocker. David was adopted by a man named Baker, and always went by the name of David Montrosser Baker. David and all of his descendants in Michigan go by the name Baker. According to the 1850 census he owned 500 acres of land in Vermontville, Eaton Co., Michigan, House #1227. According to his death certificate his occupation was a Miller. All of the descendant information on this line was provided by Mary Jean Baker. (Source: Mary Jean Martins Baker, Charlotte, Michigan, March 1998).
Children of MARIAN SANFORD and DAVID KNICKERBOCKER are: i. WILBUR HENRY28 BAKER, b. 3 Nov 1852, Vermontville, Eaton Co., MI; d. 16 Jul 1904, Vermontville, Eaton Co., MI; m. FRANCIS ALLEN PATTERSON; b. 1857; d. Unknown. Notes for WILBUR HENRY BAKER: Wilbur Henry Knickerbocker (9-10241) and his wife, Frances, had six children, all born in Vermontville, Michigan. (Source: Thomas Sanford Genealogy, c., 1911, pp. 858, 1196)
165. ii. FLORENCE ELINA BAKER, b. 24 Nov 1854, Vermontville, Eaton Co., MI; d. 23 Dec 1931, Charlotte, MI. iii. MINNIE FRANK BAKER, b. 1860; d. 1861. iv. NELLIE BAKER, b. 18 Jul 1866, Vermontville, Eaton Co., MI; d. Aft. 1910, probably at Batavia, NY.
134. ORRIN D.27 SANFORD (JOSEPH26, DAVID25, JOSEPH24, DAVID23, SAMUEL22, EPHRAIM21, THOMAS ANDREW20, EZEKIEL19, THOMAS18, RICHARD17 SANDFORD, RICHARD16, HUGH15, RICHARD14, JOHN13, RICHARD12 DE SANDFORD, ALICE11 BOTILIER, ELIZABETH10 DE HOLAND, MAUD9 LA ZOUCHE, ALAN8, ELEANOR7 LONGESP�EE, STEPHEN6, WILLIAM5 DE LONGESP�EE, EARL OF SALISBURY, HENRY4II, KING OF ENGLAND, PRINCESS OF ENGLAND3 MATILDA, HENRY2I, BEAUCLERC, KING OF ENGLAND, WILLIAM1I, THE CONQUEROR, KING OF ENGLAND, ROBERTAI, THE DEVIL, 6TH DUKE OF NORMANDY, RICHARDBII, THE GOOD, 4TH DUKE OF NORMANDY, RICHARDCI, THE FEARLESS, 3RD DUKE OF NORMANDY, WILLIAMDI, LONGSWORD, 2ND DUKE OF NORMANDY, ROLLO THE DANEE ROBERT, 1ST DUKE OF NORMANDY, RAGNVALDFI, THE WISE, EYSTEINSSON, EARL OF MORE, GLUMRAG EYSTEIN, THE NOISY, JARL OF THE UPLANDS, IVARH OPLAENDINGE, JARL OF THE UPLANDS OF NORWAY, THE STINGYI HALFDAN, EYSTEINNJI, FRETR HALFDANSSON, HALFDANK HUITBEIN/OLASSON, OLAF INGJALDSSON/ULAFL TVETELIA, INGIALDM YNGLING, BRAUT-ONUNDN INGVARSSON, INGVARO EYSTEINSSON, EYSTEINP ADILSSON, ADILSQ OTTARSSON, OTTARR EGILSSON, EGILS AUNSSON, AUNT JORUNDSSON, THE AGED, JORUNDU YNGVASSON, YNGVIV ALREKSSON, ALREKW AGNASSON, AGNIX DAGSSON, DAGY DYGGVASSON, DYGGVIZ DOMARSSON, DOMARAA DOMALDASSON, DOMALDIAB VISBURSSON, VISBURAC VANLANDASSON, VANLANTIAD SVEGDASSON, SVEGDIAE FJOLNARSSON, FJOINIRAF YNGVI-FREYSSON, KING OF SWEDESAG YNGVI-FREY, KING OF SWEDESAH NJORD) was born 25 Jul 1825 in Benson, Rutland Co., VT, and died 5 Feb 1892 in Batavia, NY. He married SUSAN E. KNICKERBOCKER. She was born 29 Aug 1833 in Pavilion, Genesee Co., NY, and died Aft. 1910 in probably at Batavia, NY.
Children of ORRIN SANFORD and SUSAN KNICKERBOCKER are: i. JUNENILA28 SANFORD, b. 7 Apr 1851, Pavilion, Genesee Co., NY; d. 4 Feb 1855, Brooklin, MI. ii. FRANCES SANFORD, b. 10 Mar 1853, Pavilion, Genesee Co., NY; d. 4 Jan 1855, Brooklin, MI. 166. iii. WILLIS D. SANFORD, b. 25 Jul 1854, Brooklin, Jackson Co., MI; d. Aft. 1910.
135. ELLEN27 SANFORD (JOSEPH26, DAVID25, JOSEPH24, DAVID23, SAMUEL22, EPHRAIM21, THOMAS ANDREW20, EZEKIEL19, THOMAS18, RICHARD17 SANDFORD, RICHARD16, HUGH15, RICHARD14, JOHN13, RICHARD12 DE SANDFORD, ALICE11 BOTILIER, ELIZABETH10 DE HOLAND, MAUD9 LA ZOUCHE, ALAN8, ELEANOR7 LONGESP�EE, STEPHEN6, WILLIAM5 DE LONGESP�EE, EARL OF SALISBURY, HENRY4II, KING OF ENGLAND, PRINCESS OF ENGLAND3 MATILDA, HENRY2I, BEAUCLERC, KING OF ENGLAND, WILLIAM1I, THE CONQUEROR, KING OF ENGLAND, ROBERTAI, THE DEVIL, 6TH DUKE OF NORMANDY, RICHARDBII, THE GOOD, 4TH DUKE OF NORMANDY, RICHARDCI, THE FEARLESS, 3RD DUKE OF NORMANDY, WILLIAMDI, LONGSWORD, 2ND DUKE OF NORMANDY, ROLLO THE DANEE ROBERT, 1ST DUKE OF NORMANDY, RAGNVALDFI, THE WISE, EYSTEINSSON, EARL OF MORE, GLUMRAG EYSTEIN, THE NOISY, JARL OF THE UPLANDS, IVARH OPLAENDINGE, JARL OF THE UPLANDS OF NORWAY, THE STINGYI HALFDAN, EYSTEINNJI, FRETR HALFDANSSON, HALFDANK HUITBEIN/OLASSON, OLAF INGJALDSSON/ULAFL TVETELIA, INGIALDM YNGLING, BRAUT-ONUNDN INGVARSSON, INGVARO EYSTEINSSON, EYSTEINP ADILSSON, ADILSQ OTTARSSON, OTTARR EGILSSON, EGILS AUNSSON, AUNT JORUNDSSON, THE AGED, JORUNDU YNGVASSON, YNGVIV ALREKSSON, ALREKW AGNASSON, AGNIX DAGSSON, DAGY DYGGVASSON, DYGGVIZ DOMARSSON, DOMARAA DOMALDASSON, DOMALDIAB VISBURSSON, VISBURAC VANLANDASSON, VANLANTIAD SVEGDASSON, SVEGDIAE FJOLNARSSON, FJOINIRAF YNGVI-FREYSSON, KING OF SWEDESAG YNGVI-FREY, KING OF SWEDESAH NJORD) was born 23 Jun 1829 in Benson, Rutland Co., VT, and died 1877 in Detroit, MI. She married ASA ALLEN ABT 1850. He was born 4 Oct 1825 in Pavillion, Genesee Co., NY, and died Unknown.
Children of ELLEN SANFORD and ASA ALLEN are: i. FRED28 ALLEN, b. 1851; d. Unknown. ii. FRANK EUGENE ALLEN, b. 18 Sep 1852, Seneca, Lenawee Co., MI; d. Unknown; m. (1) RACHEL DUMOND; b. Aft. 1854; d. Unknown; m. (2) SUSAN MARGARET GRAVES; b. Aft. 1852; d. Unknown. iii. EMMA JENNIE ALLEN, b. 1 Apr 1856, Geneseo, Livingston Co., NY; d. Unknown; m. EDWIN THEADORE HEATH; b. 6 Apr 1845, Illinois; d. Unknown. iv. KATE ALIDA ALLEN, b. 10 Mar 1858, Lenox Township, Macomb Co., MI; d. Unknown; m. THOMAS FRANKLIN SHERWOOD; b. 1858; d. Unknown. v. HARLEY FRED ALLEN, b. 26 Oct 1862, Lenox Township, Macomb Co., MI; d. Unknown. HENRY DEGRAND27 SANFORD (JOSEPH26, DAVID25, JOSEPH24, DAVID23, SAMUEL22, EPHRAIM21, THOMAS ANDREW20, EZEKIEL19, THOMAS18, RICHARD17 SANDFORD, RICHARD16, HUGH15, RICHARD14, JOHN13, RICHARD12 DE SANDFORD, ALICE11 BOTILIER, ELIZABETH10 DE HOLAND, MAUD9 LA ZOUCHE, ALAN8, ELEANOR7 LONGESP�EE, STEPHEN6, WILLIAM5 DE LONGESP�EE, EARL OF SALISBURY, HENRY4II, KING OF ENGLAND, PRINCESS OF ENGLAND3 MATILDA, HENRY2I, BEAUCLERC, KING OF ENGLAND, WILLIAM1I, THE CONQUEROR, KING OF ENGLAND, ROBERTAI, THE DEVIL, 6TH DUKE OF NORMANDY, RICHARDBII, THE GOOD, 4TH DUKE OF NORMANDY, RICHARDCI, THE FEARLESS, 3RD DUKE OF NORMANDY, WILLIAMDI, LONGSWORD, 2ND DUKE OF NORMANDY, ROLLO THE DANEE ROBERT, 1ST DUKE OF NORMANDY, RAGNVALDFI, THE WISE, EYSTEINSSON, EARL OF MORE, GLUMRAG EYSTEIN, THE NOISY, JARL OF THE UPLANDS, IVARH OPLAENDINGE, JARL OF THE UPLANDS OF NORWAY, THE STINGYI HALFDAN, EYSTEINNJI, FRETR HALFDANSSON, HALFDANK HUITBEIN/OLASSON, OLAF INGJALDSSON/ULAFL TVETELIA, INGIALDM YNGLING, BRAUT-ONUNDN INGVARSSON, INGVARO EYSTEINSSON, EYSTEINP ADILSSON, ADILSQ OTTARSSON, OTTARR EGILSSON, EGILS AUNSSON, AUNT JORUNDSSON, THE AGED, JORUNDU YNGVASSON, YNGVIV ALREKSSON, ALREKW AGNASSON, AGNIX DAGSSON, DAGY DYGGVASSON, DYGGVIZ DOMARSSON, DOMARAA DOMALDASSON, DOMALDIAB VISBURSSON, VISBURAC VANLANDASSON, VANLANTIAD SVEGDASSON, SVEGDIAE FJOLNARSSON, FJOINIRAF YNGVI-FREYSSON, KING OF SWEDESAG YNGVI-FREY, KING OF SWEDESAH NJORD) was born 23 Jun 1831 in Benson, Rutland Co., VT, and died ABT 1862 in Coldwater, MI. He married LAURA WELLS. She was born Aft. 1831, and died 1869.
Children of HENRY SANFORD and LAURA WELLS are: i. FLORENCE28 SANFORD, b. 1854; d. Jun 1890; m. A.D. LAWRENCE; b. Bef. 1854, of Tecumseh, MI; d. Unknown. ii. JOSEPH SANFORD, b. 1856, Coldwater, Branch Co., MI; d. Unknown. Notes for JOSEPH SANFORD: Joseph Sanford (9-10251) was married, name unknown, and had one daughter. (Source: Thomas Sanford Genealogy, c. 1911, p. 859). .
137. JANE C.27 JENNINGS (CLARISSA26 SANFORD, DAVID25, JOSEPH24, DAVID23, SAMUEL22, EPHRAIM21, THOMAS ANDREW20, EZEKIEL19, THOMAS18, RICHARD17 SANDFORD, RICHARD16, HUGH15, RICHARD14, JOHN13, RICHARD12 DE SANDFORD, ALICE11 BOTILIER, ELIZABETH10 DE HOLAND, MAUD9 LA ZOUCHE, ALAN8, ELEANOR7 LONGESP�EE, STEPHEN6, WILLIAM5 DE LONGESP�EE, EARL OF SALISBURY, HENRY4II, KING OF ENGLAND, PRINCESS OF ENGLAND3 MATILDA, HENRY2I, BEAUCLERC, KING OF ENGLAND, WILLIAM1I, THE CONQUEROR, KING OF ENGLAND, ROBERTAI, THE DEVIL, 6TH DUKE OF NORMANDY, RICHARDBII, THE GOOD, 4TH DUKE OF NORMANDY, RICHARDCI, THE FEARLESS, 3RD DUKE OF NORMANDY, WILLIAMDI, LONGSWORD, 2ND DUKE OF NORMANDY, ROLLO THE DANEE ROBERT, 1ST DUKE OF NORMANDY, RAGNVALDFI, THE WISE, EYSTEINSSON, EARL OF MORE, GLUMRAG EYSTEIN, THE NOISY, JARL OF THE UPLANDS, IVARH OPLAENDINGE, JARL OF THE UPLANDS OF NORWAY, THE STINGYI HALFDAN, EYSTEINNJI, FRETR HALFDANSSON, HALFDANK HUITBEIN/OLASSON, OLAF INGJALDSSON/ULAFL TVETELIA, INGIALDM YNGLING, BRAUT-ONUNDN INGVARSSON, INGVARO EYSTEINSSON, EYSTEINP ADILSSON, ADILSQ OTTARSSON, OTTARR EGILSSON, EGILS AUNSSON, AUNT JORUNDSSON, THE AGED, JORUNDU YNGVASSON, YNGVIV ALREKSSON, ALREKW AGNASSON, AGNIX DAGSSON, DAGY DYGGVASSON, DYGGVIZ DOMARSSON, DOMARAA DOMALDASSON, DOMALDIAB VISBURSSON, VISBURAC VANLANDASSON, VANLANTIAD SVEGDASSON, SVEGDIAE FJOLNARSSON, FJOINIRAF YNGVI-FREYSSON, KING OF SWEDESAG YNGVI-FREY, KING OF SWEDESAH NJORD) was born Dec 1832 in Vermont, and died 21 Jan 1902 in Bethany Twp, Gratiot Co., MI. She married JOHN C. BANEY Bef. 1855, son of HENRY BANEY. He was born 19 Mar 1828 in Pennsylvania or New York, and died 21 Jan 1902 in Bethany Twp, Gratiot Co., MI.
Notes for JANE C. JENNINGS: Jane Jennings descendant information was provided by her 2nd great granddaughter, Janice Louise (Allen) Bertram, Okamos, Michigan; E-mail: jlbertram@geocities.com, April 1999)
This descendant family branch if more fully documented on the web site: "The Family Page of Brent and Janice Allen Bertram" located at: "http://www.fortunecity.com/millenium/rockbridge/156/pathetiq.mid" and on the Br�derbund World Family Tree, Volume 15, Pedigree #37
Children of JANE JENNINGS and JOHN BANEY are: i. FRANKLIN28 BANEY, b. 1855; d. ABT 1875. 167. ii. WILLIAM J. BANEY, b. 10 Oct 1856, Lapeer Co., MI; d. 1900. 168. iii. JOHN C. BANEY, JR., b. 30 Nov 1864, Newfane, Niagra Co., NY; d. Unknown. iv. CHARLES BANEY, b. ABT 1874; d. 1875. 169. v. NETTIE ELEGINIA BANEY, b. 2 Mar 1879, Michigan; d. 7 Feb 1920, Bethany Twp, Gratiot Co., MI.
138. PHEBE A.27 SANFORD (REUBEN26, DAVID25, JOSEPH24, DAVID23, SAMUEL22, EPHRAIM21, THOMAS ANDREW20, EZEKIEL19, THOMAS18, RICHARD17 SANDFORD, RICHARD16, HUGH15, RICHARD14, JOHN13, RICHARD12 DE SANDFORD, ALICE11 BOTILIER, ELIZABETH10 DE HOLAND, MAUD9 LA ZOUCHE, ALAN8, ELEANOR7 LONGESP�EE, STEPHEN6, WILLIAM5 DE LONGESP�EE, EARL OF SALISBURY, HENRY4II, KING OF ENGLAND, PRINCESS OF ENGLAND3 MATILDA, HENRY2I, BEAUCLERC, KING OF ENGLAND, WILLIAM1I, THE CONQUEROR, KING OF ENGLAND, ROBERTAI, THE DEVIL, 6TH DUKE OF NORMANDY, RICHARDBII, THE GOOD, 4TH DUKE OF NORMANDY, RICHARDCI, THE FEARLESS, 3RD DUKE OF NORMANDY, WILLIAMDI, LONGSWORD, 2ND DUKE OF NORMANDY, ROLLO THE DANEE ROBERT, 1ST DUKE OF NORMANDY, RAGNVALDFI, THE WISE, EYSTEINSSON, EARL OF MORE, GLUMRAG EYSTEIN, THE NOISY, JARL OF THE UPLANDS, IVARH OPLAENDINGE, JARL OF THE UPLANDS OF NORWAY, THE STINGYI HALFDAN, EYSTEINNJI, FRETR HALFDANSSON, HALFDANK HUITBEIN/OLASSON, OLAF INGJALDSSON/ULAFL TVETELIA, INGIALDM YNGLING, BRAUT-ONUNDN INGVARSSON, INGVARO EYSTEINSSON, EYSTEINP ADILSSON, ADILSQ OTTARSSON, OTTARR EGILSSON, EGILS AUNSSON, AUNT JORUNDSSON, THE AGED, JORUNDU YNGVASSON, YNGVIV ALREKSSON, ALREKW AGNASSON, AGNIX DAGSSON, DAGY DYGGVASSON, DYGGVIZ DOMARSSON, DOMARAA DOMALDASSON, DOMALDIAB VISBURSSON, VISBURAC VANLANDASSON, VANLANTIAD SVEGDASSON, SVEGDIAE FJOLNARSSON, FJOINIRAF YNGVI-FREYSSON, KING OF SWEDESAG YNGVI-FREY, KING OF SWEDESAH NJORD) was born 5 Mar 1834 in New York, and died 10 May 1893 in Big Rapids, Micosta Co., MI. She married HARRISON MEADE. He was born 1834, and died Unknown.
Children of PHEBE SANFORD and HARRISON MEADE are: i. EUGENE28 MEADE, b. 1856; d. Unknown. ii. FRANCIS MEADE, b. 1858; d. Unknown. iii. JULIA MEADE, b. 1860; d. Unknown. iv. FRANK MEADE, b. 1862; d. Unknown. 139. DAVID HENRY27 SANFORD (REUBEN26, DAVID25, JOSEPH24, DAVID23, SAMUEL22, EPHRAIM21, THOMAS ANDREW20, EZEKIEL19, THOMAS18, RICHARD17 SANDFORD, RICHARD16, HUGH15, RICHARD14, JOHN13, RICHARD12 DE SANDFORD, ALICE11 BOTILIER, ELIZABETH10 DE HOLAND, MAUD9 LA ZOUCHE, ALAN8, ELEANOR7 LONGESP�EE, STEPHEN6, WILLIAM5 DE LONGESP�EE, EARL OF SALISBURY, HENRY4II, KING OF ENGLAND, PRINCESS OF ENGLAND3 MATILDA, HENRY2I, BEAUCLERC, KING OF ENGLAND, WILLIAM1I, THE CONQUEROR, KING OF ENGLAND, ROBERTAI, THE DEVIL, 6TH DUKE OF NORMANDY, RICHARDBII, THE GOOD, 4TH DUKE OF NORMANDY, RICHARDCI, THE FEARLESS, 3RD DUKE OF NORMANDY, WILLIAMDI, LONGSWORD, 2ND DUKE OF NORMANDY, ROLLO THE DANEE ROBERT, 1ST DUKE OF NORMANDY, RAGNVALDFI, THE WISE, EYSTEINSSON, EARL OF MORE, GLUMRAG EYSTEIN, THE NOISY, JARL OF THE UPLANDS, IVARH OPLAENDINGE, JARL OF THE UPLANDS OF NORWAY, THE STINGYI HALFDAN, EYSTEINNJI, FRETR HALFDANSSON, HALFDANK HUITBEIN/OLASSON, OLAF INGJALDSSON/ULAFL TVETELIA, INGIALDM YNGLING, BRAUT-ONUNDN INGVARSSON, INGVARO EYSTEINSSON, EYSTEINP ADILSSON, ADILSQ OTTARSSON, OTTARR EGILSSON, EGILS AUNSSON, AUNT JORUNDSSON, THE AGED, JORUNDU YNGVASSON, YNGVIV ALREKSSON, ALREKW AGNASSON, AGNIX DAGSSON, DAGY DYGGVASSON, DYGGVIZ DOMARSSON, DOMARAA DOMALDASSON, DOMALDIAB VISBURSSON, VISBURAC VANLANDASSON, VANLANTIAD SVEGDASSON, SVEGDIAE FJOLNARSSON, FJOINIRAF YNGVI-FREYSSON, KING OF SWEDESAG YNGVI-FREY, KING OF SWEDESAH NJORD) was born 26 Sep 1836 in Vermontville, Eaton Co., MI, and died 1912 in Big Rapids, Mecosta Co., MI. He married (1) ARTHALINDA I. TANNER 23 Jul 1865 in Lowell, Kent Co., MI, daughter of JOHN TANNER and MARY MONTAGUE. She was born 3 Apr 1846 in Whitby, Ontario, Canada, and died 12 Oct 1886 in Big Rapids, Mecosta Co., MI. He married (2) EVA VANDERLIP 20 May 1891, daughter of MARTIN VANDERLIP and PHEBA ???. She was born 3 Sep 1866 in Goodells, St. Clair Co., MI, and died Unknown.
Notes for DAVID HENRY SANFORD: David Henry Sanford (8-5377) furnished the data for his branch of the family (his children and grandchildren prior to about 1905) while he was living in Cadillac, Michigan. (Source: Thomas Sanford Genealogy, c., 1911, pp. 859-860) ____________
He went by "Henry" as discovered in some old family records. He served in the Civil War, US Army. Enlisted into U.S. Army as a Private on 31st day of October, 1861; Michigan Engineers & Mechanics, Company C, 1st Regiment. Mustered out at Barry County, MI. He was a carpenter when he enlisted. Received Physical Disability discharge on April 30, 1862 at Louisville, KY. At the time of discharge, David Henry was 25 years of age, 5'9", slight complexion, blue eyes, and light hair. Arthalinda was a housewife.
David, his wife Arthalinda, and two of his children, Emmerson Sanford and Susie Belle (Sanford) Bement, are all buried in the same plot in the Highland View Cemetery (Section H) on Bellevue Street in Big Rapids, Mecosta County, Michigan. His other daughters, Mary (who remained single all her life) is buried next to her sister Mina and her second husband, Arthur Sterling, in the same cemetery, but in a different section. County records indicate that David Henry Sanford purchased five lots at the cemetery for $10.00; that was $5.00 for the lots, and $5.00 for perpetual care. (Source: Diane Warneke, Ceder Springs, Michigan; June 1998) _________________
Excerpt from the 1883 Portrait & Biographical Album, Mecosta Co., MI., Chapman Bros., Chicago:
David H. Sanford, dairyman at Big Rapids, was born in Vermonville, Eaton Co., Mich., Sept. 26, 1836. His father Reuben Sanford, came to the township of Vermontville, with a colony from Vermont, in June, 1836 -- at so early a period that they were obliged to cut roads through the woods for their teams, the distance of 17 miles. The mother, Susannah Sanford, was the first white woman who went to Eaton County, and she had to do the housekeeping for the settlers.
Mr. Sanford, of this sketch, was born soon after their arrival, and was the pioneer white baby of the township. On reaching their destination, a log cabin was hastily constructed, the weather was warm, and the "chinking" altogether deficient. Ventilation was perfect, and the father said the new comer could easily be thrown through the cracks in the walls of the cabin, which was reared in the woods remote from the advantages of civilization; and David H. had few privileges until 25 years of age, save the rude experiences which have so often made better men than have the comparative ease and facilities of older communities.
His hard, laborious life fostered in him a spirit of independence which found vent in a prompt response to the call of his country in her bitterest trial, and he enlisted in Marshall, Calhoun Co., Mich., Oct. 21, 1861, in Company C, First Michigan Engineers and Mechanics, and was discharged April 13, 1862, at Louisville, Kentucky, on account of physical disability. The first two summers thereafter he worked as a farm assistant, and went to school winters. In the spring of 1864, his father having sold out in Vermontville, settled at Lowell, Kent Co., and bought a farm, whither his son accompanied him, and was employed in the Grand River Valley nursery one season. In 1865 he went to Greenville, Montcalm Co., where he spent a year in agricultural pursuits, and then turned his attention to carpentry, which occupied his time for six years at Greenville, after which he went to Cedar Springs and followed the same calling three years. He then bought 40 acres in Algona Twp., Kent Co., and there resided three years. At that time he experienced a severe loss by fire, which consumed his barn, one horse, and his farm implements. He then gave up farming and went to Greenville, where he commenced the business of a draymaster, and continued in that vocation until September 1877. He then came to Big Rapids and established himself in the same calling, and is now running three drays steadily, and increasing his draught facilities on occasion. Mr. Sanford has served four terms as Deputy-Marshall of Big Rapids, and one year as Constable. He is a member of the I.O.O.F. (International Order of Odd Fellows); Royal Arcanum Insurance Co., and also belongs to the Encampment.
Mr. Sanford was married at Lowell, July 23, 1865, to Arthalinda Tanner, born in Ontario, April 3, 1848, and they have four children: Emerson, Mary, Susie and Mina. The parents and eldest daughter are members of the M.E.Church.
Notes for ARTHALINDA I. TANNER: The following ...[newspaper corner torn]...was presented by the Pastor... [newspaper corner torn] ...of the M.E. church, at the funeral of Mrs. D. H. Sanford, which took place from her late residence, on North Warren Avenue, on Thursday afternoon, Oct. 14, 1886.: Arthalinda I. Sanford was born in Ontario, Canada, April 3rd, 1946, and died in Big Rapids, Mich., Oct. 12th, 1886 aged forty years, six months and nine days.
She was converted when about seventeen years of age, and shortly after united with the Methodist Episcopal church, remaining a faithful member of the same till her death. On July 23rd, 1865, she was married to David H. Sanford, in Lowell, this State, and for twenty-one years was a faithful wife to the one who sits to-day in loneliness and grief. They lived together in Lowell about two years, in Cedar Springs three years, and finally removed to Big Rapids nine years ago, which place has since been their home. Four children, three girls and one boy, were born to them.
Sister Sanford was a member of the Ladies Aid Society of the Methodist Episcopal Church, the Woman's Foreign Missionary Society of the same organization, the Woman's Christian Temperance Union the Good Templars and the Sisters of Rebecca--more than all these, she was a member of the church. While faithful to the interests of all the orders to which she belonged, I think I may truthfully say of her what ought to be said of everyone of us, her church was first.
Of course, I did not know her personally. I called upon her twice, but so ill was she that extended conversation was impracticable. I am informed, however, that Sister Sanford's qualities shown brightest in her home. Home is woman's kingdom. This sister ruled her's well. While we shall miss her in the church and in these societies, those in the home will feel a blank absence which only the ones who have experienced can know.
Something over a year ago, the disease, which terminated so fatally, fastened itself upon her. Hers was an illness of great suffering, and as I look upon her so placid and quiet today, I cannot but feel grateful that now she is where there is no more pain. The day before she died, as I was leaving, I suggested prayer. She said, "Oh, yes; pray with me always," and upon the conclusion of the petition she very distinctly said, "Amen." With her prayer has given place to praise.
Sister Sanford has gone. Gone from pain, from care, from perplexity, from earthstains; gone from darkness into light. She has gone to rest; gone to reunion; gone to the bosom of her God; gone home.
She is beyond us; but what of those she has left behind? Ah! yes. We awaken sometime to the great truth that, after all, 'tis not the hardest thing to die, but, rather, to live.
We are in the world yet. Heaven has not come to us. We are not ready for its joys. We are still in the formative state, surrounded by the best chances God can give us for developing such a character as shall not shame us at last. May the Great Elder Brother comfort those bereaved hearts as none other can, for He has a way of whispering words of sympathy and reunion into the ears of those who have learned to understand Him, which help and brighten grieving sorrow wonderfully. May the Great Teacher help the living not to squander time and chances, but to learn the lesson earth experience would bring.
May the Great Savior bring us all to that city where no mourner's cry is heard, where there are no coffins, no shrouds, no graves; but where every inhabitant is vigorous with the immortal health of God, "for there shall be no more death there"
Arthalinda died of cancer according to record of Clerks Office, Big Rapids. Buried at: Highland View Cemetery, Big Rapids Township, Bellevue Street, Big Rapids, MI, Section H, along with her husband, David Henry and children Susan Sanford Bement and Emerson Sanford. (Source: Diane Warneke, Ceder Springs, Michigan; June 1998)
Children of DAVID SANFORD and ARTHALINDA TANNER are: i. EMERSON DAVID28 SANFORD, b. 10 Jun 1866, Lowell, Kent Co., MI; d. 26 Dec 1910, Cadillac, Wexford Co., MI. Notes for EMERSON DAVID SANFORD: Emerson David Sanford (9-10256) never married as of about 1905. (Source: Thomas Sanford Genealogy, c., 1911, p. 859)
ii. MARY MANDNIA SANFORD, b. 7 Jan 1869, Greenville, Montcalm Co., MI; d. 16 Dec 1952, Big Rapids, Mecosta Co., MI. Notes for MARY MANDNIA SANFORD: Mary M. Sanford (9-10257) never married as of about 1905.
170. iii. SUSAN BELLE SANFORD, b. 11 Feb 1872, Cedar Springs, Kent Co., MI; d. 14 Mar 1899, Grand Rapids, Kent Co., MI. 171. iv. MINA IRENE SANFORD, b. 22 Aug 1874, Porter Hollow, Kent Co., MI; d. 11 Aug 1954, Big Rapids, Mecosta Co., MI.
140. EMELINE27 SANFORD (REUBEN26, DAVID25, JOSEPH24, DAVID23, SAMUEL22, EPHRAIM21, THOMAS ANDREW20, EZEKIEL19, THOMAS18, RICHARD17 SANDFORD, RICHARD16, HUGH15, RICHARD14, JOHN13, RICHARD12 DE SANDFORD, ALICE11 BOTILIER, ELIZABETH10 DE HOLAND, MAUD9 LA ZOUCHE, ALAN8, ELEANOR7 LONGESP�EE, STEPHEN6, WILLIAM5 DE LONGESP�EE, EARL OF SALISBURY, HENRY4II, KING OF ENGLAND, PRINCESS OF ENGLAND3 MATILDA, HENRY2I, BEAUCLERC, KING OF ENGLAND, WILLIAM1I, THE CONQUEROR, KING OF ENGLAND, ROBERTAI, THE DEVIL, 6TH DUKE OF NORMANDY, RICHARDBII, THE GOOD, 4TH DUKE OF NORMANDY, RICHARDCI, THE FEARLESS, 3RD DUKE OF NORMANDY, WILLIAMDI, LONGSWORD, 2ND DUKE OF NORMANDY, ROLLO THE DANEE ROBERT, 1ST DUKE OF NORMANDY, RAGNVALDFI, THE WISE, EYSTEINSSON, EARL OF MORE, GLUMRAG EYSTEIN, THE NOISY, JARL OF THE UPLANDS, IVARH OPLAENDINGE, JARL OF THE UPLANDS OF NORWAY, THE STINGYI HALFDAN, EYSTEINNJI, FRETR HALFDANSSON, HALFDANK HUITBEIN/OLASSON, OLAF INGJALDSSON/ULAFL TVETELIA, INGIALDM YNGLING, BRAUT-ONUNDN INGVARSSON, INGVARO EYSTEINSSON, EYSTEINP ADILSSON, ADILSQ OTTARSSON, OTTARR EGILSSON, EGILS AUNSSON, AUNT JORUNDSSON, THE AGED, JORUNDU YNGVASSON, YNGVIV ALREKSSON, ALREKW AGNASSON, AGNIX DAGSSON, DAGY DYGGVASSON, DYGGVIZ DOMARSSON, DOMARAA DOMALDASSON, DOMALDIAB VISBURSSON, VISBURAC VANLANDASSON, VANLANTIAD SVEGDASSON, SVEGDIAE FJOLNARSSON, FJOINIRAF YNGVI-FREYSSON, KING OF SWEDESAG YNGVI-FREY, KING OF SWEDESAH NJORD) was born 12 Jan 1840 in Vermontville, Eaton Co., MI, and died Aft. 1910 in Jennings, Missaukee Co., MI. She married SILAS WOOD. He was born Bef. 1835, and died 17 Jan 1887.
Children of EMELINE SANFORD and SILAS WOOD are: i. HORACE E.28 WOOD, b. 31 Jul 1861; d. Aft. 1910, probably at Stamford, MI. ii. MARY E. WOOD, b. 31 Oct 1863; d. 26 Sep 1889; m. ??? AYERS; b. Bef. 1863; d. Unknown. iii. MARTHA S. WOOD, b. 12 Mar 1866; d. 20 Nov 1868. iv. ELLA R. WOOD, b. 16 Jul 1868; d. Unknown. v. EVA J. WOOD, b. 17 Dec 1870; d. Unknown. vi. MINNIE A. WOOD, b. 4 Sep 1873; d. Unknown. vii. GEORGE H. WOOD, b. 3 May 1876; d. Unknown. viii. ERNEST A. WOOD, b. 7 Apr 1883; d. Unknown. 141. LAURA27 SANFORD (REUBEN26, DAVID25, JOSEPH24, DAVID23, SAMUEL22, EPHRAIM21, THOMAS ANDREW20, EZEKIEL19, THOMAS18, RICHARD17 SANDFORD, RICHARD16, HUGH15, RICHARD14, JOHN13, RICHARD12 DE SANDFORD, ALICE11 BOTILIER, ELIZABETH10 DE HOLAND, MAUD9 LA ZOUCHE, ALAN8, ELEANOR7 LONGESP�EE, STEPHEN6, WILLIAM5 DE LONGESP�EE, EARL OF SALISBURY, HENRY4II, KING OF ENGLAND, PRINCESS OF ENGLAND3 MATILDA, HENRY2I, BEAUCLERC, KING OF ENGLAND, WILLIAM1I, THE CONQUEROR, KING OF ENGLAND, ROBERTAI, THE DEVIL, 6TH DUKE OF NORMANDY, RICHARDBII, THE GOOD, 4TH DUKE OF NORMANDY, RICHARDCI, THE FEARLESS, 3RD DUKE OF NORMANDY, WILLIAMDI, LONGSWORD, 2ND DUKE OF NORMANDY, ROLLO THE DANEE ROBERT, 1ST DUKE OF NORMANDY, RAGNVALDFI, THE WISE, EYSTEINSSON, EARL OF MORE, GLUMRAG EYSTEIN, THE NOISY, JARL OF THE UPLANDS, IVARH OPLAENDINGE, JARL OF THE UPLANDS OF NORWAY, THE STINGYI HALFDAN, EYSTEINNJI, FRETR HALFDANSSON, HALFDANK HUITBEIN/OLASSON, OLAF INGJALDSSON/ULAFL TVETELIA, INGIALDM YNGLING, BRAUT-ONUNDN INGVARSSON, INGVARO EYSTEINSSON, EYSTEINP ADILSSON, ADILSQ OTTARSSON, OTTARR EGILSSON, EGILS AUNSSON, AUNT JORUNDSSON, THE AGED, JORUNDU YNGVASSON, YNGVIV ALREKSSON, ALREKW AGNASSON, AGNIX DAGSSON, DAGY DYGGVASSON, DYGGVIZ DOMARSSON, DOMARAA DOMALDASSON, DOMALDIAB VISBURSSON, VISBURAC VANLANDASSON, VANLANTIAD SVEGDASSON, SVEGDIAE FJOLNARSSON, FJOINIRAF YNGVI-FREYSSON, KING OF SWEDESAG YNGVI-FREY, KING OF SWEDESAH NJORD) was born 26 Dec 1846 in Vermontville, Eaton Co., MI, and died 5 Nov 1898 in Big Rapids, MI. She married CHARLES WEST 30 Jun 1864. He was born 27 Oct 1822 in England, and died 24 Sep 1901 in Paris, Mecosta Co., MI.
Notes for LAURA SANFORD: Laura Sanford (8-5382) had a total of thirteen children, five of which died in infancy. No names or gender is available on them. (Source: Thomas Sanford Genealogy, c., 1911, p. 860).
Children of LAURA SANFORD and CHARLES WEST are: i. CHESTER28 WEST, b. 30 May 1865, Paris, Mecosta Co., MI; d. Unknown; m. ??? WEST SAUNDERS, 8 Sep 1887; b. 6 Jul 1867, Wales, St. Clair Co.,MI; d. Unknown. Notes for CHESTER WEST: Chester West (9-10268) and his wife had four children. (Source: Thomas Sanford Genealogy, c., 1911, pp. 860, 1197)
ii. WILLIAM WEST, b. 2 Feb 1867, Paris, Mecosta Co., MI; d. 24 Jan 1898. iii. SUSIE WEST, b. 1869; d. Unknown. iv. KITTY WEST, b. 1871; d. Unknown. v. MARY WEST, b. 1873; d. Unknown. vi. GRACE WEST, b. 26 Oct 1881, Paris, Mecosta Co., MI; d. Aft. 1910, probably at Grand Rapids, Kent Co., MI. vii. SARAH WEST, b. 9 Mar 1883, Paris, Mecosta Co., MI; d. 14 Jan 1898, Big Rapids, MI. viii. ANNA WEST, b. 2 Dec 1885, Paris, Mecosta Co., MI; d. Aft. 1910, Mills, NE; m. WILLIAM KERSHNEER, 12 Jun 1901; b. 1885; d. Unknown. Notes for ANNA WEST: Anna West (9-10275) and her husband, William Kershneer, had five children and resided in Mills, Nebraska about 1910. (Source: Thomas Sanford Genealogy, c., 1911, pp. 860, 1197-1198) . Reubin SANFORD Sex: M Marriage(s): Spouse: Jane BLISS Marriage: 24 Dec 1867 Washtenaw, Michigan Title: Marriage records, 1832-1871 Authors: Washtenaw County (Michigan). County Clerk (Main Author)
Notes: Microfilm of original records Notes for REUBEN SANFORD: Reuben Sanford (8-5805) enlisted in the Civil War on 11 Aug 1862, probably in Monroe County, Michigan. He was taken prisoner and paroled at Snow's Pond, Kentucky on 25 Sep 1862, and mustered out of the service at Nashville, Tennessee on 26 Jun 1865. He later married Ellen Bliss, and together they raised six children, three of whom died early in life. The three surviving children were Fred, Ernest, and Nora. Reuben and Ellen are buried at Raleighville Cemetery.
Thomas L. Hooker Reuben Served Michigan Enlisted H Co. 18th Inf Reg. MI Mustered Out at Nashville, TN on 26 June 1865 Source: Record of Service of Michigan Volunteers 1861-65 Abbreviation: MIRoster Published by on 1903 Michigan 18th Infantry Regiment 26 August 1862 26 June 1865 Infantry Officers Killed or Mortally Wounded Officers Died of Disease or Accident Enlisted Killed or Mortally Wounded Enlisted Died of Disease or Accident 0 0 18 293
List of Soldiers
Regimental History
Battles Fought Battle at Snow's Pond, Kentucky on 15 September 1862 Battle at Snow's Pond, Kentucky on 23 September 1862 Battle on 25 September 1862 Battle at Snow's Pond, Kentucky on 25 September 1862 Battle on 15 October 1862 Battle on 30 January 1863 Battle at Danville, Kentucky on 24 March 1863 Battle on 04 August 1863 Battle at Nashville, Tennessee on 12 August 1863 Battle at Nashville, Tennessee on 13 August 1863 Battle at Decatur, Alabama on 24 June 1864 Battle at Courtland, Alabama on 27 July 1864 Battle at Athens, Alabama on 24 September 1864 Battle at Decatur, Alabama on 03 January 1865 Battle on 22 April 1865 Son . Ernest Sanford was born on 13 Oct 1872 in Monroe Michigan. He died on 6 Sep 1934 in Uof M hospital Michigan. Ernest Sanford married Emma Millage on 13 May 1893 in Monroe Michigan. [Parents]
11. Emma Millage was born on 17 Feb 1877 in Monroe Michigan. [Parents] children 28 Name: Elva L KERBYSON Sandford Given Name: Elva L Surname: Kerbyson _MARNM: Butler Sex: F Birth: 25 NOV 1908 in Mi Death: 25 DEC 1985 in Lapeer Mi Burial: West Carmel Eaton County MichUSA Change Date: 11 OCT 2000 at 01:00:00
Elva was Born Floreline Sanford to Ernest and Emma Sanford On Nov 26 1908 in Ypsilanyi Mich rg #92 Dr Guy L Kiefer MD b12-5-28-28-3m
Ernest Sanford b10-13-1872 d Uof Mhospital Thursday,Sept6 1934 Married Emmab2-17-1877 m 5-13-1893 11 children Walter b 8-10-1898 d1-29-1926 Fell from a ladder Taking down -mas light at store front were he worked Lee b 1-4--1906 Jay b1-15-1902 Kenneth Robert b 3-22-1916 Nellie b4-1-1902 Bernice b8-28-1912 Elva 11-26-1908 Adopted by Blanche Kerbyson Nov 27 1908 Mrs Harold Preston One Brother Fred and Sister Nora Daisher 29 ONLY SON of ELVA KERBYSON SANFORD Le Roy Miller was born on 4 May 1926. He died on 22 Apr 2000 in Lapeer Mi and was buried in Lapeer Mi Mt Hope. Le Roy Miller married Verna E McRoire on 11 Mar 1949 in Woods County Ohio. [Parents]
3. Verna E McRoire was born on 28 Jul 1919 in Bay City On The Farm Auburn mich. She died on 24 Aug 1988 in Lapeer Mi. [Parents]
PARENTS Charles Herny McRoire was born on 17 Mar 1893 in Bay City Mich. He died in 1958. Charles Herny McRoire married Magdalene Smith. [Parents]
7. Magdalene Smith was born on 17 Jul 1890. She died on 1 Apr 1960. [Parents]


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