Rose Warner is believed to be the spouse of Ezekiel Sanford. Two daughters were named in the will of her father, Rose and Elizabeth. Her father, John Warner was a real yeoman of England. A yeoman meant a man who owned land, a freeholder, and who lived upon that land and who tilled it. The lands he owned were not extensive; a few closes, or fields, or from two to six acres each, divided by hedges, comprised his holdings. He was in average circumstances, neither affluent nor poor. Hatfield Broad Oak was ever a country village. Her brother, Andrew Warner, (was the uncle who) accompanied her sons, Thomas and Andrew to America. (Source: Thomas Sanford Genealogy; c.,1911, pp. 39-40)spouse: >Sanford, Ezekiel (1586 - ~1683)
This person has not been verified as a descendant.
Oliver Warriner was listed in the 1860 census of Amboy, Lee Co., Illinois as a merchant.spouse: >Warren, Fannie (>1826 - )
Remington Warriner was listed in the home of Oliver Warriner in the 1860 census of Amboy, Lee Co., Illinois with the occupation of store clerk.spouse: >Gilbert, Sarah Ellen (1840 - 1892)
Charles Bartlett Warring, Ph.D., professor of Latin and Greek (1846-47); Mathematics and Science (1848-52); Principal of the Collegiate School, Poughkeepsie, NY (1863-91); Specialist on the Hebrew and Cosmogony; author of the Mosaic Account of Creation, the Miracle of Today; Genesis 1 and Modern Science; and Gyroscopic Bodies. He was also named in Who's Who in America, 1903-1905, p. 1563. (Source: Chronicles of the Bement Family in America; 1928, p. 246)spouse: >Lent, Catherine Ann (1821 - 1911)
Hubert Benjamin Webber was a latheman in 1920 at REO and resided at 1201 Dakin, Lansing, Michigan in 1925. He is buried in Webberville Cemetery, Ingham Co., Michigan.spouse: >Elg, Tora (1900 - 1978)
Had no issue. Buried in Mt. Hope Cemetery, Lansing, Michigan.spouse: >Schumaker, Edward B. (1900 - 1981)
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)spouse: >Kershneer, William (1885 - )
Chester West (9-10268) and his wife had four children. (Source: Thomas Sanford Genealogy, c., 1911, pp. 860, 1197)spouse: >Saunders, ??? West (1867 - )
I have been searching for ancestors of my great grandmother, Kitty West, for decades. My Kitty West married Glen Young and resided in Shiawassee County, Michigan. They were divorced and she married someone named Terry. I don't have a date for her birth or death or her marriages or her divorce. Just a name. If this is the same Kitty West I have a lot of her descendants. Glen Young was a circuit judge and although his home was in Shiawassee County, he traveled throughout the area.
The birth certificate for my grandfather has the mother as Kitty West. The Kitty West I'm searching married Glen Young and had Howard and Lucille Young. They were divorced and she married someone Terry and had a daughter Ethel Terry. I have photos of her and she is an elegant lady.
My grandfather ran away from home when my great grandfather remarried. Kitty West did locate him years later but my dad only remembers seeing her once. This could be her, but I need more information.
Another thing about your Kitty West that interests me is that my grandfather always said he was of English descent and Glen Young was from Jung which is German and his mother was from Dutch line that were here before the revolution.
Mrs.Dorothy M. Fitzpatrick (June 1999) Michigan email fitzpat@@frontiernet.net
Charles Wheeler is recorded in the "Genealogy + Encyclopedic History of the Wheeler Family in America" by Albert Gallatin Wheeler, Jr., p. 555. He is also included in the "History of Royalton, VT, Biog. + Gen. Records" by Mary E.W. Lovejoy, page 1024.spouse: >Peabody, Martha B. (1810 - 1864)
Charles bought land in Simpson with his brother Hiram, and was there in 1853, when he sold one-half of 20 Dutch. (Source: History of Royalton, VT., page 68. from a book in the Historical Library in Princeton, Illinois that shows Charles Wheeler buying Cemetery lot 28 in 1859 in the old section of the Malden Cemetery for ten dollars. (Source: Barbara (Wade) Googe, Prescott, Arizona)
Juliette Wheeler's birth and marriage record is listed in the "History of Bureau County, IL" by Henry C. Bradsby 1885. Other information is available in the "History of Royalton, VT" by Mary E.W. Lovejoy, 1911, p 1024. (Source: Barbara (Wade) Googe, Prescott, Arizona)spouse: >Bailey, John Wesley (1838 - 1921)
Had five children.spouse: >Parker, Anne May (>1875 - )
Another family member indicates her name was "Thankful Eunice". This may have been what was in the family Bible, or she may have been referred to as "Thankful" by family. Family seems to give Christian name, then ignore same. Eli Porter was a farmer.spouse: >Porter, Eli (<1852 - )
Harmon Harvey Whipple may have been Harvey Harmon Whipple (grandfather's name). Died of hepatitis.spouse: >Sawyer, Martha (>1848 - )
"A few recollections of our first home in the wilderness...had an ox team poorly matched, one slow, the other fast. Found a neightbor in the same fix. Traded. My new ox ran away and thrust horns both sides of a tree and was fast. Made us sweat to loose him. Came to Michigan in 1837 and located land, then went back to New York and worked for her father for Rachel. Her father wanted to boss me and I didn't enjoy it. We packed and came to Michigan where I have cleared 320 acres and have a good home. It is pleasant surroundings that make good homes." R.W. Whipple (Source: Pioneer History of Ingham Co., Vol. 1, by Mrs. Frank L. Adams, compiler; and the Ingham Co. Pioneer and Historical Society. Published by Wynkoop Hallenbeck Crawford Co., Lansing, 1922, pg. 109 (1895)spouse: >Harmon, Claramon (1815 - 1858)
Randolph Whipple came to Michigan in 1837 and was elected pathmaster. His road district was 1/3 the town of Ingham and there was but one man on his warrant. Rachel is presumably Claramon, Thankful's daughter. Rachel was possibly her middle name.
Stonecutter.spouse: >Whipple, Alice (1846 - 1916)
John White was a merchant. They had no children.spouse: >Bostwick, Anna (~1760 - )
Roderick White and his wife, Delight Bement received a letter of dismissal on 6 Dec 1829, from the Church at Enfield to the North Church at Hartford, Connecticut. Roderick was in business at Hartford for many years, as a publisher and bookseller, and was living Enfield in 1860. (Source: Chronicles of the Bement Family in America; 1928, p. 148)spouse: >Bement, Delight (1784 - )
RODERICK ADAMS WHITE graduated from the Yale Medical College and practiced medicine at Simsbury, Connecticut.spouse: >Hungerford, Elizabeth (~1809 - )
Bement Chronicles in America 1928, p. 148