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Tufts, Peter Jr. (I5482)
 
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THE VIRGINIAN-PILOT
Copyright (c) 1996, Landmark Communications, Inc.

DATE: Friday, September 27, 1996 TAG: 9609270474
SECTION: LOCAL PAGE: B6 EDITION: FINAL
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FAYE C. BASS
Faye Castelloe Bass, 71, of Evans-Bass Road, died Sept. 26, 1996. A funeral will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday in Rocky Hock Baptist Church. Evans Funeral Home is in charge. 
Castelloe, Nannie Faye (I173444)
 
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DATE: Thursday, November 6, 1997 TAG: 9711060384
SECTION: LOCAL PAGE: B9 EDITION: FINAL
DATELINE: HOBBSVILLE LENGTH: 27 lines



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KERMIT E. JORDAN
Kermit Edward Jordan, 70, of Route 1 died Tuesday, Nov. 4, 1997, in Sentara Norfolk General Hospital.

Mr. Jordan was born in Gates County. The son of the late Wallace W. and Mrs. Lillian Peele Jordan, he had retired from Union Camp Corp. after 29 years of service. Prior to that, he had worked with Jack Leggett's Seafood, Suffolk. He was amember of Zion United Methodist Church and the Gates County Lions Club. He was a U.S. Navy veteran of World War II.

Surviving are his wife of 47 years, Helen Chaney Brown Jordan; two daughters, Sherrol Jordan of Hobbsville and Denise J. Paruscio and her husband, Tom, of Elizabeth City; two grandchildren, Jordan Thomas Paruscio and Ashley MarieParuscio; his stepmother, Verna Jordan Wilson of Norfolk; and a half-brother, William T. Jordan of Florida.

A funeral will be conducted at 2 p.m. Friday in Zion United Methodist Church by the Rev. Lisa Creech Bledsoe and Tom Paruscio. Burial will follow in the church cemetery with Miller Funeral Home, Gatesville, in charge. Friends may join thefamily at the residence.

Memorial contributions may be made to the Gates County Rescue Squad or the memorial fund of Zion United Methodist Church 
Jordan, Kermit Edward (I188598)
 
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Buried at http://maps.yahoo.com/py/maps.py?Pyt=Tmap&addr=27100+Old+Dixie+Highway+&csz=33032&Get%A0Map=Get+Map 
Johnson, Eva Estella (I184432)
 
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_More_children_and_the_Mayflower 
Allerton, Isaac (I150023)
 
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_More_children_and_the_Mayflower 
Norris, Mary (I150024)
 
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http://www.fixit-dir.com/county-14789/franklin.htm


Franklin County, Louisiana


August 5, 1949
... Franklin Cale, former pastor of the Warwick Swamp Baptist Church, will return for one week to assist the new pastor, the Rev. Paul E. Lemons, in revival services ... 
Cale, Rev. William Franklin Jr. (I171545)
 
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http://www.funeralplan.com/twifordfh/archive?id=31371


Twiford Funeral Homes

Olive Culipher

Wake Forest, NC

Olive Winslow Culipher, age 92, formerly of Elizabeth City, NC, died Tuesday, September 22, 2004, in Hillside Nursing Center, Wake Forest, NC. She was a native of Perquimans County, NC, and was the daughter of the late Charlie T. Winslowand Mary White Winslow. She was the wife of the late Benjamin Earl Culipher. She was a retired clerk for W. T. Grant Department Store, and was a member of City Road United Methodist Church.

She is survived by one daughter, Earlene C. Miller and her husband, Paul, of Wake Forest, NC; three sisters, Ruth Layden of Belvidere, NC, Bernice Chappell of Sunbury, NC, and Claire Hendron of Tyner, NC; three brothers, Ernest MelvinWinslow, and Kenneth Winlsow of Elizabeth City, NC, and Clinton Ray Winslow of Hertford, NC; two grandchildren, Joy Powell and her husband Joey, and Earl G. Miller of his wife Charlotte; four great grandchildren. She was predeceased bythree brothers, Arnold Winslow and Chester Winslow, and Robert Winslow.

A graveside service will be Friday, September 24, 2004, at 2:00 PM in West Lawn Memorial Park Cemetery with the Earl G. Miller officiating. The family will receive friends in the lobby of the funeral home Friday from 12:00 PM till 1:30PM. To sign the online register visit www.twifordfh.com. 
Winslow, Olive (I192162)
 
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http://www.winchesterstar.com/TheWinchesterStar/040408/Obituaries.asp

Herbert R. Lane
Herbert Raye Lane, 72, of Ryland, N.C., and Mathias, N.C., died Tuesday, April 6, 2004, in Winchester Medical Center.

Mr. Lane was born Nov. 29, 1931, in Ryland, the son of Herbert H. and Lillie Phthisic Lane. He had retired as owner of Lane Motor Express in Ryland was an antique John Deere tractor collector and dealer.

He was a member of Ballardís Bridge Baptist Church.

He was married to Wendy W. Lane.

Surviving with his wife, are three children, Melody Lane White of Tyner, N.C., Kevin Brent Lane of Ryland, and Holly Lane Ferguson of Suffolk; a sister, Juanita Lane Byrum of Carrsville; two stepchildren, Tammy Henderson and Paul White;eight grandchildren; and five step-grandchildren.

A daughter, Amber Lanette Lane, is deceased.

A funeral will be at 2 p.m. Friday at Piney Woods Friends Meeting, Belvidere, N.C., with the Rev. Ron Parr officiating. Burial will be in the church cemetery.

The family will receive friends from 7 to 8:30 p.m. today at Miller Funeral Home, Gatesville, N.C., and all other times at the Lane home on Ryland Road.

A memorial service will be at a later date in Mathias.

Memorials may be made to Mathias Baker Fire Department and Rescue Squad, Mathias, W.Va. 26812, or to Center Hill Crossroads Fire Department, Tyner, NC 27980. 
Lane, Herbert Raye (I192022)
 
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GOR06573.TXT Silas PHILBRICK
Frost, John Eldridge. Colonial Village. Published originally by The Gundalow Club, Inc., Kittery Point, Maine. Republished by the Kittery Historical Society, Kittery, York, ME. The Cabinet Press, Inc., Milford, NH, 1980: A Mr.Philbrick, ? this one, from Rye, NH moved to Kittery, ME circa 1839 and bought Whipple Garrison. 
Philbrick, Silas (I6573)
 
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GOR06801.TXT Benjamin ABBOTT
The Goodwin News 6(1):8, 1 JAN 1984, Doc 3-18: Received Grant #24 for 100 acres at Argyle, Shelburne, Nova Scotia, CANADA on 18 AUG 1785. 
Abbott, Benjamin (I6801)
 
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GOR06802.TXT Benjamin ABBOTT Jr.
The Goodwin News 6(1):8, 1 JAN 1984; Doc 3-18: Received Grant #44 for 150 acres at Argyle, Shelburne, Nova Scotia, CANADA on 18 AUG 1785. 
Abbott, Benjamin Jr. (I6802)
 
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GOR06803.TXT Moses ABBOTT
The Goodwin News 6(1):8, 1 JAN 1984; Doc 3-18: Received Grant #45 for 100 acres at Argyle, Shelburne, Nova Scotia, CANADA on 18 AUG 1785. 
Abbott, Moses (I6803)
 
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GOR06823.TXT A. E. ALLEN
The Goodwin News 6(1):9, 1 JAN 1984; Doc 3-18: Was owner of the Schr. Jessie May, owned at Argyle and registered 1884 at Yarmouth, Nova Scotia. 
Allen, A. E. (I6823)
 
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GOR06842.TXT James ALLEN
The Goodwin News 6(1):8, 1 JAN 1984; Doc 3-18: Received Grant #34 for 150 acres at Argyle, Shelburne, Nova Scotia, CANADA on 18 AUG 1785. 
Allen, James (I6842)
 
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GOR06861.TXT John NEAL
Frost, John Eldridge. Colonial Village. Published originally by The Gundalow Club, Inc., Kittery Point, Maine. Republished by the Kittery Historical Society, Kittery, York, ME. The Cabinet Press, Inc., Milford, NH, 1980: In 1877 hebuilt the ship Granite State in his father-in-law's Kittery yard. 
Neal, John (I6861)
 
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GOR06907.TXT Charles Gerrish BELLAMY
Frost, John Eldridge. Colonial Village. Republished by Kittery Historical Society, Kittery, ME via The Cabinet Press, Inc., Milford, NH; Doc 3-27: He bought, with Thomas O. Hoyt, the 1682 Pepperrell Mansion in 18?? from Elder JesseMeader and heirs of Capt. Jesse Frisbee. In 1845 he bought Mr. Hoyt's share in the mansion. In 1848 he removed 15 feet from the east end and 10 feet from the west end, leaving the mansion about the original size. Also about 1848, he usedthe pieces to build two more houses, one of which was owned by the Frisbee family and before 1947 was destroyed by fire.
Additional statements about him:
-walked the Kittery streets in "true Websterian fashion."
-studied architecture and building construction in Boston.
-built the first Kittery Point bridge and many buildings in the vicinity.
-served as Captain in the Maine militia.
-served as Senator in the Maine legislature.
-served as Sheriff of York Co., Maine.
-served as naval inspector of timber.
-organized the defense of Kittery at Fort McClary circa 1861. 
Bellamy, Charles Gerrish (Squire, Honorable) (I6907)
 
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GOR06909.TXT John Haley BELLAMY
Frost, John Eldridge. Colonial Village. Republished by Kittery Historical Society, Kittery, ME via The Cabinet Press, Inc., Milford, NH, 1980; Doc : He was the greatest carver of ships' figureheads that America has ever produced.Eagles carved by Bellamy are today (1947) collector's items. His carving he did in a little building made from Sir William Pepperrell's counting house which stands (1947) at the water's edge before the 1682 Pepperrell Mansion.
For the greater part of his life, he lived in the Pepperrell Mansion. After his death, the mansion became the property of his niece and nephews, Mrs. Alonzo Wildes of Kittery, ME; Dr. Victor Safford of Jamaica Plain, MA; and thelate (1947) Eugene Williams of Kittery, ME, who lived in it until his death. The Bellamy family continued to live in the mansion until Bellamy heirs sold it in 1945 to Martin Frost of Frost Garrisons, Eliot, ME 
Bellamy, John Haley (I6909)
 
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GOR06926.TXT George YEARDLEY
Note: no relationship is yet established between this illustrious person and my relative Edward YEARDLY who married Dorothy CHAPMAN alias BARKER Goodwin Yeardly, widow of my ancestor Daniel GOODWIN. However, because of the namesimilarity and our suspicion that the Goodwin's may have entered the Colonies via VA, this person is added to the database. His movements between England and the colonies are noted for this same purpose.
Brock, R. A. Virginia and Virginians. ; Doc 3-30: As President of the Council, Captain Yeardley was left as Deputy in charge of the government of Virginia when his predecessor, Sir Thomas Dale, left in APR 1616 for England.Yeardley was superseded by Captain Samuel Argall on 15 MAY 1617 and returned to England. "Upon the intelligence of the death of Lord De La Warr, Yeardley, who was knighted on the occassion, was appointed to succeed him." He arrived in theColony 19 APR 1619 and assumed the government. On the following 30 JUL, the first representative legislative assembly ever held in America was convened at Jamestown. Yeardley was superseded 18 NOV 1621 by Sir Francis Wyatt, but resumedthe government 17 MAY 1626. He died the following NOV. During his administration many important improvements were made, and the power, population, and prosperity of the Colony were much enhanced.
He is reported in JAN 1622 as having built a windmill, the first erected in America. He left a widow, Lady Temperance, and two sons, Francis and Argall. Francis "remarkably instanced individual enterprise, effecting, in 1654,discoveries in North Carolina, and purchasing from the natives at a cost of £300, `three great rivers and all such others as they should like Southerly,' which country he took possession of in the name of the Commonwealth." [I wonder ifthe Indians also sold him a bridge or two.] Sir George Yeardley has representative descendants of the name in the US, but it is not known to the writer that such exist in Virginia.
Smith, Margaret Vowell. Virginia 1492-1892. ; Doc 3-31: When left in charge by Sir Dale, Captain George Yeardley, as Deputy-Governor, indulged the people in the cultivation of tobacco in preference to corn, which he compelled thenatives to furnish by way of tribute. An instance of Yeardley's method of "raising" corn is as follows:
Having sent to the Chickahominies for the tribute corn, and receiving an insolent answer, Governor Yeardley proceded with one hundred men to their principal settlement, where he was met with contempt and scorn. Perceiving theIndians to be in a hostile and menacing posture, he ordered his men to fire on them, and twelve were killed on the spot. Twelve were also taken prisoners, two of whom were elders; BUT THEY PAID ONE HUNDRED BUSHELS OF CORN FOR THEIRRANSOM, AND, AS THE PRICE OF PEACE, LOADED THREE ENGLISH BOATS WITH THE COVETED CEREAL!
Yeardley's government was successful, but he was, through Sir Thomas Smith's influence, superseded by Captain Samuel Argall, who arrived in Virginia in MAY 1617 and assumed control of affairs. 
Yeardley, Captain; Sir; Deputy Governor; Lieutenant Govenor George (I6926)
 
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GOR07130.TXT Bray DEERING (Lieutenant)
Frost, John Eldridge. Colonial Village. Republished by Kittery Historical Society, Kittery, ME. The Cabinet Press, Inc., Milford, N.H., 1980; Doc 3-27: He was an officer in the troops raised to take Louisbourg in 1745 and servedthere under his cousin, Sir William PEPPERRELL. 
Deering, Lieutenant Bray (I7130)
 
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GOR07132.TXT Mary DEERING Underwood
Frost, John Eldridge. Colonial Village. Published originally by The Gundalow Club, Inc., Kittery Point, Maine. The Cabinet Press, Inc., Milford, NH, 1980: She sold Bray House, Kittery Point, ME to Benjamin MITCHELL. 
Deering, Mary (I7132)
 
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GOR07139.TXT William DEERING
Frost, John Eldridge. Colonial Village. Republished by Kittery Historical Society, Kittery, ME. The Cabinet Press, Inc., Milford, N.H., 1980; Doc 3-27: He married Mary PINE at his age 24 and murdered her at his age 41. He wascondemned to death by Massachusetts Bay. He escaped York Gaol on 15 SEP , probably to England with help of his cousin Sir William Pepperrell. 
Deering, William (I7139)
 
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GOR07155.TXT Alexander DENNETT
Frost, John Eldridge. Colonial Village. Republished by Kittery Historical Society, Kittery, ME. The Cabinet Press, Inc., Milford, N.H., 1980; Doc 3-27: He was a member of both houses of ME legislature. 
Dennett, Alexander (I7155)
 
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GOR07156.TXT John DENNETT
Frost, John Eldridge. Colonial Village. Republished by Kittery Historical Society, Kittery, ME. The Cabinet Press, Inc., Milford, N.H., 1980; Doc 3-27: For many years, he was a Selectman of Portsmouth, N.H. 
Dennett, John (I7156)
 
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GOR07158.TXT Ephraim DENNETT
Frost, John Eldridge. Colonial Village. Republished by Kittery Historical Society, Kittery, ME. The Cabinet Press, Inc., Milford, N.H., 1980; Doc 3-27: For many years and as was his father, he was Selectman of Portsmouth, N.H. 
Dennett, Ephraim (I7158)
 
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GOR07159.TXT John DENNETT Jr.
Frost, John Eldridge. Colonial Village. Republished by Kittery Historical Society, Kittery, ME. The Cabinet Press, Inc., Milford, N.H., 1980; Doc 3-27: For many years, he was a Selectman for Kittery, ME. 
Dennett, John Jr. (I7159)
 
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GOR07163.TXT Mark DENNETT (Major)
Frost, John Eldridge. Colonial Village. Republished by Kittery Historical Society, Kittery, ME. The Cabinet Press, Inc., Milford, N.H., 1980; Doc 3-27: He was a school teacher and member of both houses of ME legislature. He beganteaching school at age 18 and continued, except for a few years, until age 60. He improved Kittery education. His papers are useful to all Kittery (York, ME) historians. 
Dennett, Mark (Major) (I7163)
 
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GOR07185.TXT James DUNN
The Goodwin News 6(1):8, 1 JAN 1984; Doc 3-18: Received land grant for 250 acres at Argyle, Shelburne, NS, CANADA on 16 FEB 1786. 
Dunn, James (I7185)
 
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GOR07195.TXT Stephen EASTWICK
Frost, John Eldridge. Colonial Village. Republished by Kittery Historical Society, Kittery, ME. The Cabinet Press, Inc., Milford, N.H., 1980; Doc 3-27: Capt. Stephen EASTWICK in 1714 donated half the cost of the Kittery Parishbell. In return he obtained the privilege of building himself a pew. 
Eastwick, Stephen (Captain) (I7195)
 
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GOR07217.TXT John FELLOWS
Frost, John Eldridge. Colonial Village. Republished by Kittery Historical Society, Kittery, ME. The Cabinet Press, Inc., Milford, N.H., 1980; Doc 3-27: He was the chief constructor during 1945-47 in restoration of the LadyPepperrell House (1760) in Kittery, York, ME. 
Fellows, John (I7217)
 
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GOR07218.TXT Andrew Pepperrell FERNALD
Frost, John Eldridge. Original Journal of John Frost, private manuscript, undated; Doc 3-23: Backed Daniel GOODWIN (born 1749) at the Eliot town council in 1771 when Daniel's ability for self support was questioned. 
Fernald, Andrew Pepperrell (I7218)
 
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GOR07240.TXT Nathaniel FOLSOM
Frost, John Eldridge. Colonial Village. Republished by Kittery Historical Society, Kittery, ME. The Cabinet Press, Inc., Milford, N.H., 1980; Doc 3-27: He was a Portsmouth, NH merchant who owned Whipple Garrison, Kittery, York, MEaround the late 1700's. He owned ship(s) and extensive holdings in land. 
Folsom, Nathaniel (I7240)
 
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GOR07243.TXT Maurice FORBES (Captain)
Frost, John Eldridge. Colonial Village. Republished by Kittery Historical Society, Kittery, ME. The Cabinet Press, Inc., Milford, N.H., 1980; Doc 3-27: He was part owner of the Schooner Azof owned at Argyle, Shelburne, NS, CANADAand registered at Yarmouth. 
Forbes, Maurice (Captain) (I7243)
 
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GOR07251.TXT Jesse FRISBEE (Captain)
Frost, John Eldridge. Colonial Village. Republished by Kittery Historical Society, Kittery, ME. The Cabinet Press, Inc., Milford, N.H., 1980; Doc 3-27: He obtained the Pepperrell Mansion, built 1862, from Richard CUTTS. CaptainFrisbee's part ownership was shared with Elder Jesse MEADER. Frisbee heirs and Elder MEADER sold Pepperrell Mansion to Honorable Charles G. BELLAMY and Thomas O. HOYT. 
Frisbee, Jesse (Captain) (I7251)
 
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GOR07332.TXT Thomas GRANT Jr.
Frost, John Eldridge. Colonial Village. Republished by Kittery Historical Society, Kittery, ME. The Cabinet Press, Inc., Milford, N.H., 1980; Doc 3-27: He lived at Mitchell Garrison and was heir to most of his father's property. Hedied unmarried. His sole heir was his nephew Charles A. MITCHELL. Ref: York Co. Probate Records, Estate No. 13267. 
Grant, Thomas Jr. (I7332)
 
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GOR07361.TXT William STEPHENS
The Goodwin News 6(1):8, 1 JAN 1984; Doc 3-18: Received land grant #46 for 200 acres at Argyle, Shelburne, NS, CANADA on 18 AUG 1785. 
STEPHENS, William (I7361)
 
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GOR07362.TXT Benjamin STEVENS (Reverend)
Frost, John Eldridge. Colonial Village. Republished by Kittery Historical Society, Kittery, ME. The Cabinet Press, Inc., Milford, N.H., 1980; Doc 3-27: He was the second Congregational minister of Kittery Point, Kittery, York, ME.He came to Kittery Point as assistant to the aging Rev. John Newmarch and succeeded him when he retired. He was a scholarly dignified man, a gentleman of breeding and distinction. His father, a Charlestown, MA pastor, was killed at homeby smallpox along with wife, two children, sister-in-law, and maid. His son Benjamin, age 7 months at the time, was taken from the home by a nurse before the others died. Benjamin was an alumnus of Harvard. Only fear that "Dr. Stevens"might have loyalist sympathies prevented his election as president of Harvard College. He was one of the founders of the Pisctagua Association of Ministers, and at death left his books at the parsonage as a circulating library for theclergy of surrounding towns. Reverend Jonas HARTWELL succeded him. 
Stevens, Benjamin (Reverend) (I7362)
 
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GOR07401.TXT Levi Lincoln THAXTER
Frost, John Eldridge. Colonial Village. ; Doc 3-27: By request of his son Roland, his epitaph was written by Robert BROWNING. Levi THAXTER was a leading American interpreter. 
Thaxter, Levi Lincoln (I7401)
 
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GOR07408.TXT George TURNER (Captain)
Frost, John Eldridge. Colonial Village. Published originally by The Gundalow Club, Inc., Kittery Point, Maine. The Cabinet Press, Inc., Milford, NH, 1980: He was a British officer stationed at Portsmouth [NH]. 
Turner, George (Captain) (I7408)
 
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GOR07469.TXT James H. WALKER
Frost, John Eldridge. Colonial Village. Published originally by The Gundalow Club, Inc., Kittery Point, Maine. The Cabinet Press, Inc., Milford, NH, 1980: For many years he was the clerk of Kittery Point parish. 
Walker, James H. (I7469)
 
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GOR07475.TXT David Arnold WASSON
Frost, John Eldridge. Colonial Village. Published originally by The Gundalow Club, Inc., Kittery Point, Maine. Republished by the Kittery Historical Society, Kittery, York, ME. The Cabinet Press, Inc., Milford, NH, 1980: He was awriter and marine expert. 
Wasson, David Arnold (I7475)
 
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GOR07477.TXT George Savary WASSON
Frost, John Eldridge. Colonial Village. Published originally by The Gundalow Club, Inc., Kittery Point, Maine. Republished by the Kittery Historical Society, Kittery, York, ME. The Cabinet Press, Inc., Milford, NH, 1980: He was anartist and writer. He built a house at Kittery Point, Kittery, York, ME in 1889, and purchased another in 1897. 
Wasson, George Savary (I7477)
 
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GOR07483.TXT ----- WEDDLETON
The Goodwin News 6(1):9, 1 JAN 1984; Doc 3-18: "Weddleton and Frost" listed as owner of 50 tons Schr. Active owned at Argyle and registered 1861 at Yarmouth. 
Weddleton (I7483)
 

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