[Brøderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 1, Ed. 4, Social Security Death Index: U.S., Social Security Death Index, Surnames from A through L, Date of Import: 14 Aug 1997, Internal Ref. #184.108.40.206844.175]spouse: >Bileske, Florence (1900 - 1986)
Individual: Domst, Alvin Birth date: 21 Jun 1893 Death date: Feb 1965 Social Security #: 075-05-4880 Last residence: NY State of issue: NY
[Brøderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 1, Ed. 4, Social Security Death Index: U.S., Social Security Death Index, Surnames from A through L, Date of Import: 14 Aug 1997, Internal Ref. #220.127.116.11844.184]
Individual: Domst, Robert Birth date: 1 Jun 1918 Death date: Jan 1980 Social Security #: 105-09-2305 Last residence: NY 14136 State of issue: NY
[Brøderbund WFT Vol. 1, Ed. 1, Tree #3963, Date of Import: 26 Apr 1997]spouse: >Beaumont, Fear (1781 - 1862)
David Doud is buried with his wife, Fear, in the Mt. Moria Cemetery, Douds, IA. 
David Doud is buried with his wife, Fear, in the Mt. Moria Cemetery, Douds, IA.
Margaret Alice Douglas was the great grand-daughter of Silas H. Douglas, one of the first professors in the department of chemistry of the University of Michigan. She was born 9 Mar 1876 at Ann Arbor, Wastenaw Co., Michigan.spouse: >Bement, Howard (1875 - 1936)
Bement Chronicles in America 1928, p. 297
Alice Carrie Dowler was a member of the DAR. (DAR ID#65708, Volume 66, p. 240)spouse: >Higley, Elmer Ellsworth (1867 - )
FRANCES ELIZABETH DOWLER was graduated at Warren Conservatory of Music, under Professor LeRoy B. Campbell, of Oberlin and Leipsic; was the Organist at St. John's Episcopal Church of Titusville; and resided at the old family home in Centerville, Pennsylvania about 1913. (Source: Chronicles of the Bement Family in America, 1928, p. 291b)
HERBERT CRISSEY DOWLER graduated from high school at Sherman, New York, and afterward entered New York University. After four years at NYU he went to Berkley, California. From Berkley he went to San Diego as manager of the Gas Plant. He was, about 1913, unmarried, Manager of the Tonopah Gas Company, Tonopah, Nevada, a member of the San Francisco Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution and of the Psi Upsilon Fraternity at the University of New York. (Source: Chronicles of the Bement Family in America, 1928, pp. 181q-xvi, 291b)
James Ernest Dowler was employed by the Magnolia Oil and Gas Company. In the fall of 1914 he moved from Bartlesville, Pennsylvania where he had been employed for some years by the Prairie Oil and Gas Company to Ft. Worth, Texas. His wife, Ethel (Post) Dowler was a talented musician, a conservatory graduate, teacher, and was pipe organist in the First Methodist Church in Ft. Worth. (Source: Chronicles of the Bement Family in America, 1928, p. 181q-xv)spouse: >Post, Ethel (~1874 - >1913)
John Armstrong Dowler, Jr. was of Scotch-Irish descent and a general merchant in Woodstock, Crawford Co., Pennsylvania. Susannah (Lang) Dowler, his grandmother was of Scottish descent. Elizabeth (King) Dowler, his mother, was the daughter of Samuel King, whose ancestors were Revolutionary soldiers sent to protect the frontier against the Indians. Capt. Robert King, father of Samuel King, was the first active settler in Erie County, Pennsylvania, having come from Lancaster Co., Pennsylvania to take up a grant of 400 acres of land given by the Government as a reward for his service in helping make peace with the Indians. He took up the land at Kings Bridge Waterford, Ft. Lebouf, Erie Co., Pennsylvania. (Source: Chronicles of the Bement Family in America; 1928, p. 181q-xii)spouse: >Clark, Nancy Anna (1843 - >1913)
Julie "Gertrude" (Dowler) Fuelhart graduated from common school, after four years of course work at Allegheny College he went to Chicago, Illinois to attend Chicago Kindergarten Institute, making her home at Gertrude Huse. After several years of successful teaching she married Charles Fuelhart. She is loved by all who know her. She is noble in soul, and is the embodiment of all that is best in womanhood. Every prospect seemed bright, but she became the victim of the terrible scourge, tuberculosis. She is at present in the state sanitarium at Oil City, Pennsylvania. Great fears are entertained that her beautiful life will be cut off. Perhaps God thinks that she does not need the discipline of life to fit her for the Better Land. Ours will be the loss and hers the eternal gain. (Comments to J. Granville Leach in a letter of March 17, 1914 from Mrs. Alice (Dowler) Higley). (Source: Chronicles of the Bement Family in America, 1928, p. 181q-xiii)spouse: >Fuelhart, Charles (~1877 - )
Wallace Lafayette Dowler was a machinist and carpenter. A helpful, conscientious, faithful son and brother, beloved by all. A Congregationalist, unmarried as of 1914, when he resided in Centerville, Crawford Co., Pennsylvania. (Source: Chronicles of the Bement Family in America, 1928, p. 181q-xvi)
Duncan I (1005?-40), king of Scotland (1034-40), grandson of King Malcolm II MacKenneth, whom he succeeded. Before his accession to the Scottish throne he was ruler of the kingdom of Strathclyde. Macbeth (his first cousin), who ruled the neighboring kingdom of Moray and served Duncan as a general, killed him and became king of Scotland. Shakespeare's tragedy Macbeth is based on the struggle between the two kings.spouse: >Fitsiward, Sybilla (1009 - 1040)
Abraham Dunning and his wife, Lydia, had eleven children. Many of their descendants are further researched on Brøderbund's World Family Tree CD#11, Pedigree #2793.spouse: >Strong, Lydia (1773 - 1821)
Allen Dunning and his wife, Minerva, had twelve children. Many of their descendants are further researched on Brøderbund's World Family Tree CD#11, Pedigree #2793.spouse: >Reynolds, Minerva (1803 - 1892)
Emmit Robert Dunning and his wife, Caroline, had nine children. Many of their descendants are further researched on Brøderbund's World Family Tree CD#11, Pedigree #2793.spouse: >Hicks, Caroline I. (1842 - 1903)
Vital Records of West Springfield, Massachusetts, Marriages, p.30----------child: Dwight, Royal B. (~1852 - )
Dorwin Clyde Eastman died suddenly a few days after being struck by a falling piple while working at the United States Silica Company in Ottawa, Illinois.spouse: >Ball, Nina Gertrude (1889 - 1948)
Edgar, called The Peaceful (943-75), Saxon king of the English (959-75), younger son of King Edmund I. In 957, during the rule of his brother, King Edwy, Edgar was chosen by the Mercians and Northumbrians to be their sovereign. One of his first acts was to recall the monastic reformer St. Dunstan, whom Edwy had exiled; Edgar subsequently made Dunstan bishop of Worcester and London and archbishop of Canterbury. In 959 Edgar succeeded to the entire English Kingdom. His reign was notable for the establishment of national consolidation, reformation of the clergy, improvement of the judiciary system, and formation of a fleet to defend the coast against the Scandinavian Vikings.spouse: >Fair, Æthelflaed the (>0943 - )
He was married to (1) Æthelflaed, who gave him his heir Edward, (2) Wulfryth whose child was Eadgyth, and finally to (3), Ælfthryth gave him Edmund and Æthelred.
Edgar had challenged his predecessor to the throne, and had taken over Mercia at the age of fourteen. He gained the English throne when he was sixteen. He was the King who made the public recognition of English majesty, by a delayed coronation, fourteen years after his accession, and was paid homage by all the Scottish and Welsh kings, who were said to have rowed him on the Dee at Chester.
It is claimed that he stole his second wife from a nunnery, but before marrying her, he made her be a mistress for some years. Knowing that doing this would have put him in rather an unfavorable light in the the eyes of the Church, Edgar helped a monastic revival within England. He founded forty religious houses, and aided architecture at this time.
He was lucky to have the sagious advice of three saints who were alive in this era, and the fact that they were canonised in this time, gives great praise to the reign of Edgar. His reign eventually gave great power to the Church.
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Austin Edminster, listed as a child of Henry, Jr. and Mary without further record by George Clinton Edminster in his family record. He also listed two children as "may have died in infancy". These may be errors and may be children of Reuben S. Edminster. (Source: "The Edminster Family in America" by Frank Custer Edminster, Jr., Section III, p. 39)
Austin Leander Edminster moved with his family to Bureau County, Illinois in 1855 and on to Basehor, Kansas in 1873. He lived in Kansas City, Kansas in 1889. He married Elizabeth Stone who was the sister of Laura Stone who married his brother Herbert. They had four children. (Source: "The Edminster Family in America" by Frank Custer Edminster, Jr., Section III, p.44)spouse: >Stone, Elizabeth (1859 - 1933)