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Marriage: Children:
  1. CHARLES FRANCIS "Frank" NELSON: Birth: 6 FEB 1904 in Brooklyn, Kings Co., NY. Death: 3 JUN 1995 in @@91: Moorings Park Health Center, Naples, Collier Co., FL

  2. Wallace Renshaw "Wally" Nelson: Birth: 2 DEC 1907 in NJ. Death: 11 APR 1983 in Port Credit/Mississauga, Ontario, Canada (at home)

1. Source:   Charles Francis Nelson/Sarah Hazeldine Wilday marriage certificate
2. Source:   full date: HWN recs; June 1876 also from 1241064 US 1900 Census (Brooklyn ED 467
3. Title:   LDS 1880 United States Census transcription on CD-ROM
Author:   Intellectual Reserve, Inc.
Publication:   2000
4. Source:   Brookside Cem. date listed (interment?) 12/8/1954
5. Source:   Brookside Cem. file card on lot 422 and 424 East section
6. Title:   New York City Bride and Groom Indexes
Page:   Kings Co. certif # 7130
7. Source:   8/12/1926 per Gertude (Renshaw Nelson) Livingston bible

a. Note:   Had strong Brooklyn accent (Gertrude pronounced "Goitrude" and work pronounced "woik")
  Typed Renshaw notes -- unknown author -- has some handwritten notes from HWN {Amy's notes in parens: father of Rebecca Bynner in question - may be George Bynner and not William Howard Bynner} "The Renshaw Line William Howard Bynner, vestry clerk and town overseer of Birmingham for over 42 years was also a Wesleyan local preacher. Father of
  Rebecca Bynner (1785-1871), who married Samuel Renshaw in Birmingham. He was a silver plater. Her brother, Henry Bynner, was British Consul to Trieste, France. {I think Trieste is in Italy - there WAS a Henry Bynner appointed to consul in Trieste 1835?} She afterwards married Thomas Stokes in New York, having come to this country to live with her son George. She had three children by Samuel Renshaw: Emma (Mrs. Robert Blake) who died in London without issue; Henry, who married Mary and had six children. Their descendents still live in East Orange and Jersey City.
  * George (1825-1899), the third child, a japanier, married Martha Woolley (1823-1877) of Harborne County of Stafford, daughter of Joseph Woolley, a gun maker, and Mary Garbett. They were married in Birmingham and came to the United States in 1848. They had seven children. The only one to have issue was
  George, who married Angelina Hudswell. They had eight children -- George, A. Alfred, Gertrude, Arther, Elbert, Ethelwyn, Wallace and Richard.
  [hand written: * was honored by his Masonic Lodge and presented with 'Tiffany Ware' silver Emer? + 2 goblets - (given to Frank and Hazel as a wedding present by his son, James Renshaw. The tray for this was given by James Renshaw to his niece Gertude R. N. Livingston. Later she gave it to son Wally Renshaw Nelson.] is NOT responsible for the content of the GEDCOMs uploaded through the WorldConnect Program. The creator of each GEDCOM is solely responsible for its content.