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201 Evelyn Glasow Glasow, Evelyn Ann (I1191)
 
202 Evelyn Glasow Glasow, Evelyn Ann (I1191)
 
203 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I3241)
 
204 Fanny L Little Herr, Fannie (I872)
 
205 FEB. 7, 1918 -- FEB. 13, 2004

DAYTONA BEACH -- Kenneth J. Kohrt, 86, of Auburn Drive, a former account revenue agent for the State of Florida, died Friday at Coquina Center, Ormond Beach.

Mr. Kohrt, an Army Air Forces veteran of World War II, was born in Hibbing, Minn., and came here in 1958 from Red Wing, Minn. He was a member of Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church, where he served as an usher, reader and Eucharistic minister to the sick, and Knights of Columbus Council No. 6472, Daytona Beach.

Survivors include two sons, James, Minnetonka, Minn., and Frederick, Altamonte Springs; two daughters, Mary Gil deLeon, Daytona Beach, and Kathleen Rojak, Port Orange; 10 grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren. Woodward, Holly Hill, is in charge. 
Kohrt, Kenneth James (I3242)
 
206 Ferdinand Glasow Glasow, Ferdinand (I1804)
 
207 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F56
 
208 First Papers, Elias Gulbrandsen, born Norway, Page 26 Location V603 at South Dakota State Archives
http://www.sdhistory.org/arc/naturalizationarchives/firstpaperslist.asp?start=30061 
Gulbrandson, Elias (I318)
 
209 Founder of Littlestown, Pennsylvania, USA Little, Peter (I866)
 
210 Francis Bushman Bushman, Francis Xavier (I63)
 
211 Francis X Bushman Bushman, Francis Xavier (I63)
 
212 Francis X Bushman Bushman, Francis Xavier (I63)
 
213 Francis X Bushman Bushman, Francis Xavier (I63)
 
214 Francis X Bushman Bushman, Francis Xavier (I63)
 
215 Francis X Bushman Bushman, Francis Xavier (I63)
 
216 Frank Bren
Wayzata Village 
Bren, Frank (I1851)
 
217 Frank Bren Bren, Frank F (I324)
 
218 Frank Hladky
17 Feb 1862 - 18 Jul 1922 
Hladky, Frank (I235)
 
219 Frank Hladky Hladky, Frank (I235)
 
220 Frank Hladky Hladky, Frank W (I237)
 
221 Frank Hlatky
Wayzata Village 
Hladky, Frank (I235)
 
222 Frank Hlatky
Wayzata Village 
Hladky, Frank W (I237)
 
223 Frank J Bren
1858 - 1925 
Bren, Frank J (I322)
 
224 Frank J Bren Bren, Frank J (I322)
 
225 Frank W Hladky
1891 - 1973 
Hladky, Frank W (I237)
 
226 Frank W Hladky Hladky, Frank W (I237)
 
227 Freedom Mausoleum, Sanctuary of Gratitude Bushman, Francis Xavier (I63)
 
228 French War.
Was a ship carpenter, and was employed in building boats while in service. Was taken prisoner on Lake George, was carried to France and confined in Denan castle 19 months. He was finally exchanged and sent to England. From thence he returned to his home at Falmouth, Me.
A small copy of Ralph Erskine's Gospel Sonnets, printed in Edinburgh, nearly 200 years ago and carried by him through the French war and his imprisonment in France, to the end of his life, is now owned by his descendant, Mrs Elkins of North Troy (1902).

Information on Battle of Lake George in Lake George, New York, on September 8, 1755, which states that the French took 27 prisoners: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Lake_George

Information on the French and Indian War, also called the Seven Year War (1754-1763): http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/French_and_Indian_War 
Bailey, James (I1536)
 
229 From Ancestry.com - Birth: 1705 in Soligen, Wurttenburg, Germany
Death: 1782 in Windsor, Berks County, PA
Immigration: 24 AUG 1728 Arrived in USA on ship Mortonhouse, with brothers Peter, Frederick and Abraham
PROP: 1735 Taxed on 100 acres of land
PROP: 4 JAN 1733/34 Bought 86 acres in Windsor Twp., Berks County, PA
PROP: 1754 Listed on tax record of Berks County, PA
Religion: 1743 Attended Dunkel's Church, Windsor Twp., Berks County, PA
NATU: 15 SEP 1765 Became a Citizen of PA
CONF: 30 DEC 1723 Confirmed in the Evangelical Reformed Church in Solingen, Germany
Baptism: 3 JUN 1705 Baptised in Solingen, Germany
Will: 8 APR 1782
DUNKELBERGER. The Dunkelberger family is an old settled and numerously re presented family of Northumberland county, and allied by
marriage with many other of the foremost families of this region. The na me itself, according to tradition, originated from Dunkel Berg, a sp ur of the Black Forest, in Germany. Little is known of the Dunkelberge rs before the time of the Reformation. During that period they espoused t he cause of the Reformers, and their descendants to the present day have c ontinued to adhere to Protestant denominations. Up to the time of their e migration to the New World they were industrious and patriotic citize ns of what is now the Kingdom of Wurtemberg, in lower Germany, but being d eprived there of their religious liberty they turned to America, coming hi ther in 1728 by way of the Rheinfels, down the Rhine to Holland, whence th ey sailed in the English ship "Morehouse" landing at Philadelphia Aug. 2 8, 1728. They proceeded at once to what is now Berks county, Pa., locati ng in Windsor township, a little southeast, of what is now the borou gh of Hamburg. They were frequently molested by the Indians. These emigra nts were Clement, Daniel and John Dunkelberger. Clement, who was the ance stor of the others (the name of his son Daniel, however, does not appe ar in his will), at once paid taxes to the English Crown. Clementz Doncle berger" is on the first list of taxables of Windsor township (1754). He p aid six pounds tax in 1754. At the time of his death, in 1782, his home w as in Windsor township. His will, made Feb. 12, 1776, was probated Apr il 8, 1782, and is on record in Will Book
B, page 38. At the time the will was made his wife Anna Maria was still li ving. Their children were (no record of Daniel) Clemens, who obtained t he plantation; Catharine, married to Andrew Winiger; Mrs. John Beck; Joh n; Frederick; Christopher; Elizabeth, married to Michael Deck; Philip; Sev ila; Magdalena, and Dorotha. (From the History of Northumberland County)


"Clemens/Clement/Clementz was baptized in Solingen, Germany, on June 3, 17 05. On August 24, 1728, Clemens, then 23 years old, arrived in America wi th his brothers, Peter, Frederick, and Abraham, and probably his father, m other, and sisters on the ship Mortonhouse. Palatines were on this ship. C lemens signed his own name on the ship roster. On January 4, 1734, Cleme nt applied for a warrant on 86 plus acres in Windsor Twp., Berks Co., P A. In 1735 Clement was taxed on 100 acres of land in the warranties of Phi ladelphia. In 1764 he, along with Frederick Dunkelberger and Catherine Hau er attended the Dunkel's or Moselem church. In 1765, Clement was includ ed in a list of foreigners naturalized by the Supreme Court at Philadelphi a. He took the required oath on September 15, 1765. In 1768, on the propie tary return of Windsor Twp., Clement had 100 acres, 2 horses, 3 cattle, a nd for that paid a tax of one pound. . . . When Clement arrived in Americ a, he carried with him a Martin Luther New Testament which he declared w as to be passed down in the family to each firstborn son [it is current ly in Lansing, Michigan]. . . . No burial place has ever been located f or Clement or Anna Maria. It was common practice to bury on the family lan d. One can only list time of death by court records." (From Dunkelber gs in America)


From "Historical and Biographical Annals of Berks County," p. 1706: "The D unkelberger family had its early home in Wurtemberg, Germany, whence ca me Clement (or Clementz), Daniel and John. They sailed from Rheinfel s, on the English ship "Molhouse," landing at Philadelphia Aug. 28, 172 8, and located a little north of what is now Hamburg, in Berks county. Cle ment Dunkelberger immediately paid tax to the English crown. When he di ed in 1782, his home was in Windsor township. His will made Feb. 12, 177 6, was probated April 8, 1782, and is on record in Will Book B, page 3 8. At the time the will was made his wife Anna Maria was still living. The ir children were: Clemens, who obtained the plantation, Catharine, m. to A ndrew Winiger; Mrs. John Deck; John; Frederick; Christopher; Elizabet h, m. to Michael Deck; Philip; Sevila; Magdalena and Dorotha. It is also s aid that Clementz Dunkelberger had a son Daniel, but if so, his name do es not appear among those mentioned in the will."

Will:
DUNKELBERGER, CLEMENTS, WINDSOR.
February 12, 1776 - April 8, 1782. B - 38.
To son Clemens, my plantation where I now live in Windsor, containing
200 acres. And pay 470 to Exrs.
Son in law Andrew WININGER and wife Catharina, have had their full
share. Son in law John DERK and his wife Mary, have had their share.
To son John 30.
To son Frederick and son Christopher 30 each.
To son in law Michael DIRK and wife Elisabeth 20.
To son Philip 30.
To daughter. Sevela, 20.
To daughter. Magdalena 20.
To daughter. Thorothea 20.
Provides for wife Ann Mary.
Exrs: friends George HOWER and Jacob RAUSH.

http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=conway1975&id=I00798
Wit: John DUNCKEL and Killian DUNCKEL. 
Dunkelberger, Clementz (I896)
 
230 From Ancestry.com - John Edward Kelley was born in Portage City, Wisconsin March 23, 1853. He went to South Dakota in 1878 to homestead land and during that time lived with his sister Annie Pardy. While living with them a epidemic of diphtheria swept the country and the Pardys lost three children. While living there they had a lot of trouble with the mail getting mixed up with another Kelly family so John added a "e" to the name thus becoming Kelley. He married Janette Allen and they had 4 Daughters (Marie, Zeta, Cora & Gertrude). They were later divorced and he married Maude Bodine. They had 10 children (Howard Bodine, John, Harland Russel, Marion Francis, Virginia Lucille, Florence May, Eileen Helen, Milton Raymond, Clayton George, Genevieve Mary). In 1893 he was elected to a term in the State Legislature at Pierre. When he returned home he leased his farm and moved to Flandreau where he built a beautiful new house. In 1897 he was elected to a term in the United States Legislature. The family moved with him to Washington D.C. while he served his term. In 1899 they returned to Flandreau where he started the Flandreau Herald, which he later sold to Mr. Sanders. In 1920 they moved to Minneapolis Minnesota. They owned three apartment buildings until the depression, they then sold two and kept the largest one. John died August 8, 1941 in Minneapolis MN.
http://awtc.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=*v31t0086&id=I009 
Kelley, John Edward (I358)
 
231 From Ancestry.com - Thomas Kelley was born on a farm in Mayo County Ireland. He met and married Catherine O'Neil about 1740. They had two children (Bridget & Catherine) born in Ireland, then immigrated to Quebec, Canada about 1850 where they had one child (William). From Canada they moved to Portage City, Wisconsin, three children were born there (John, Mary & Hanna). From there they went to South Dakota.
http://awtc.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=*v31t0086&id=I025 
Kelly, Thomas (I577)
 
232 From Bremen, Germany on Ship M De Emilie
Anna Brenn 
Filipi, Anna (I342)
 
233 From Bremen, Germany on Ship M De Emilie
Anna Brenn 
Popelka, Anna (I351)
 
234 From Bremen, Germany on Ship M De Emilie
Anna Brenn 
Bren, Anna (I1849)
 
235 From Bremen, Germany on Ship M De Emilie
Franz Brenn 
Bren, Frank (I1851)
 
236 From Bremen, Germany on Ship M De Emilie
Joseph Brenn 
Bren, Joseph S (I341)
 
237 From Bremen, Germany on Ship M De Emilie
Joseph Brenn 
Bren, Joseph S (I343)
 
238 From Bremen, Germany on Ship M De Emilie
Josepha Brenn 
Bren, Josefka (I1850)
 
239 From Bremen, Germany on Ship M De Emilie
Maria Brenn 
Bren, Marie (I1852)
 
240 From Frankfurt, Germany on Seaboard And Western Airlines Bushman, Robert Guy (I153)
 
241 From Frankfurt, Germany on Seaboard And Western Airlines Janosek, Madeline Lorraine (I155)
 
242 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I156)
 
243 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I157)
 
244 From Hamburg, Germany on ship Deutschland
Charlotte Glasow 
Glasow, Charlotte (I1838)
 
245 From Hamburg, Germany on ship Deutschland
Christine Glasow 
Dammerow, Christina (I1307)
 
246 From Hamburg, Germany on ship Deutschland
Emerline Glasow 
Glasow, Wilhemine (I1314)
 
247 From Hamburg, Germany on ship Deutschland
Ferdinand Glasow 
Glasow, Wihlelm Ferdinand (I1194)
 
248 From Hamburg, Germany on ship Deutschland
Friderike Glasow 
Glasow, Marie Friedericke (I1490)
 
249 From Hamburg, Germany on ship Deutschland
Friederike Glasow 
Glasow, Wilhemine Chistine Friedericke (I1831)
 
250 From Hamburg, Germany on ship Deutschland
Friedr Glasow 
Glasow, Johann Joachim Friedrich (I1832)
 

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