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GOR07508.TXT John WESTFIELD
1790 US Census cited in unidentified newspaper clipping with comments on the name WESTFIELD: Owner of 12 slaves and head of family.
Regarding the name WESTFIELD: The place in County Norfolk, ENGLAND was spelled Westfeld in 1050 and Westfelda in 1086. The Westfield in County Sussex, ENGLAND was spelled Westewelle in 1086 and Westefelda in 1124. Both places havethe same meaning "Western Feld." The Old English word, feld had the meaning "open country, land free of woods, plain." It was not until the latter part of the 16th century that the spelling field began to denote a plot of arable land.
No individuals of the name could be located in the presently available early European directories.
Burke's General Armory describes the two different Westfield arms. 
Westfield, John (I7508)
 
52
GOR07524.TXT Joseph WHITEHOUSE
RICKER, Jackson. Historical Sketches of Glenwood and the Argyles... Cited in The Goodwin News 6(1):7, 1 JAN 1984; Doc 3-18: Owned, ?built, a house in Yarmouth Co., NS, CANADA. 
Whitehouse, Joseph (I7524)
 
53
GOR07566.TXT John WILLIAMS (Captain)
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 1865 hebought the Joan Deering House (1700) from George S. CUTTS and transferred it to his son-in-law and daughter, the Call's. 
Williams, John (Captain) (I7566)
 
54
GOR07608.TXT Henry YOUNG
The Goodwin News 6(1):8, 1 JAN 1984; Doc 3-18: Land Grant #39 for 100 acres at Argyle, Shelburne, NS, CANADA was granted to him on 18 AUG 1785. 
Young, Henry (I7608)
 
55
GOR07629.TXT Edward H. NEWCOMB (Reverend)
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 wasminister at Kittery Point, Kittery, York, ME. He also was charter member of, and served several years as president of, Kittery Historical Society. 
Newcomb, Edward H. (Reverend) (I7629)
 
56
GOR07638.TXT Alexander NICKERSON (Captain)
The Goodwin News 6(1):8, 1 JAN 1984; Doc 3-18: An A. NICKERSON, ? this one, was part owner of 33 tons Schr. Maud owned at Argyle and registered 1876 at Yarmouth. 
Nickerson, Alexander (Captain) (I7638)
 
57
GOR07670.TXT Levi NICKERSON
The Goodwin News 6(1):9, 1 JAN 1984; Doc 3-18: He owned 40 tons Schr. California owned at Argyle and registered 1874 at Yarmouth. 
Nickerson, Levi (I7670)
 
58
GOR07769.TXT Pearce Wentworth PENHALLOW
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: Resided inPortsmouth, Boston, and Liverpool, ENGLAND. He was a seacaptain who commanded his own ship at age 23. These Penhallow's lived 12 years at Sparhawk Hall (built 1742). They purchased it from Elizabeth Stark Newell of Boston, who kept itonly two years. The Penhallow's sold it in 1869 to Walter Richard BROWN, a Toronto banker who soon turned it over to his English born wife Jane Selina AKRILL Brown. The Brown's had no children. 
Penhallow, Pearce Wentworth (Captain) (I7769)
 
59 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I15810)
 
60
GOR16217.TXT Clarence ROBERTS
The Goodwin news 6(1): 9, 1 JAN 1984; Doc 3-18: While returning from Grand Bank, he was lost at sea with whole crew of American schooner on a fishing voyage. He was survived by his wife, but no children survived him [record doesnot definitely state that any ever existed]. 
Susannah *Grainger (I15885)
 
61
GOR16220.TXT D. A. ROBERTS
The Goodwin News 6(1): 9, 1 JAN 1984; Doc 3-18: With Joseph ROBERTS,he was owner of 16 tons Rowdy (Schr.) owned at Argyle and registered 1884 at Yarmouth [NS, CANADA]. 
Grainger, Caleb Lieutenant Colonel (I15888)
 
62 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I15941)
 
63
GOR24044.TXT William RYDER
The Goodwin News 6(1): 8, 1 JAN 1984; Doc 3-18:
William RYDER was owner of 70 tons Schr. Ida May owned at Argyle and registered 1876 at Yarmouth.
Wm. RYDER was part owner of 115 tons Schr. Circassian owned at Argyle and registered 1883 at Yarmouth. 
Ryder, William (I17030)
 
64
GOT06879.TXT Robert BARKER
Evelyn STAGER in OCT 1982 letter to MNGJr; Doc 3-17: He was executor and supervisor of wills of Goodwins' and Toziers' and Smiths' wills. He was called uncle by Smith-Tozier ancestors and brother-in-law by some Goodwin ancestors. 
Barker, Robert (I6879)
 
65
A Prodigy friend looked for Gilbert and Patience in the 1885
Census for Montgomery County, KS, the Drum Creek Township and was
unable to find them. They must have moved sometime that year,
possibly before the census was taken because we have a record of them
selling land inherited from Wm. Henry Baker dated Feb. 14, 1885.
Sheesh! Who knows where Gilbert and Patience moved to from there?

Neil called yesterday after spending almost all day at the
Bertie Co. courthouse. He found in the deeds section that Charney
Cale owned almost 2,000 acres of land and divided it up between Wm.
Henry Baker, Martha Cale's descendants, and a Hoggard who was married
to a Cale.
Gilbert R. Baker was possibly named after one of Martha and
Sarah's brothers, Gilbert R. Cale.

Have a good weekend,

Cuz'n Barry 
Shoopman, Patience (I173422)
 
66
17MAR1866 per Chowam Cemetery Survey 
White, Martha E. (I178935)
 
67
1920 census, age 12 
Tynch, Sarah Irene (I191863)
 
68
He served in the USArmy Co G 15th in the Philippines (Manilla).

A Building painter by trade. Buried Dorlon Cem. Herron Bay, Mobile Co., Ala.

The family did not know what his middle name was. They think it is Paul, but Samuel told them it was Prince, even writing his name in a book using Prince as the middle name. However, the family thinks the Prince was his choice for aname. 
Havard, Samuel Paul (I40361)
 
69
http://64.233.187.104/search?q=cache:kcLiFOTUZ7cJ:www.funeralplan.com/twifordfh/archive%3Fid%3D20144+belvidere+chaulk&hl=en&start=9




Madaline Toler


Elizabeth City, NC

Madaline Trueblood Boyce Toler, age 80, of 101 Cartwright Road, Elizabeth City, NC, died Thursday, January 22, 2004, in the Albemarle Hospital.
She was born in Perquimans County, NC, daughter of the late Nathan Trueblood and Gertie Mae Thompson Trueblood. She was a member of Pearl Street Pentecostal Church, where she served as a Sunday School Teacher for many years, was a formerchoir member, and a member of the Women’s Ministries for many years.

Mrs. Toler was pre deceased by her late husband, Jep T. Boyce, son-in-law Jerry Jernigan and sister Odell Sawyer, and two brothers, Leston and Aubrey Trueblood. She is survived by her husband, Ambrose "Tinse" Toler of Elizabeth City. Onedaughter, Joyce Ann Jernigan of Elizabeth City, and two sons, William "Birdseed" Boyce and wife Janice, and James Boyce and wife Phyllis both of Elizabeth City, NC. She was also survived by seven grandchildren, Debbie Willis and husbandDonnie of Elizabeth City; Keith Boyce and wife Elaine of Elizabeth City; Dennis Boyce and wife Becca of Dudley, NC; Vestel Pendleton and husband Wayne of Elizabeth City; Sandra Osborne and husband Fred of Washington Court House, OH; JanetChaulk and husband Ken of Belvidere, NC; and Kevin Boyce and wife Joanna of Ranson, WV. Mrs. Toler was also survived by her angels, 17 great grandchildren, Amber Hickman; Morgan Willis; Chelsea, Zackery and Olivia Boyce; Dean, Savannahand Jackson Boyce; Joshua, Caitlyn, Joel, and Benjamin Pendleton; Kali, Elizabeth, Justin, and Ella Osborne; and Miles Chaulk. She was also survived by a sister, Dorothy Brice of Stockbridge, GA. She was a very Godly woman and we all willtruly miss her, but we will all see her again on the other side.

A funeral service will be held Sunday, January 25, 2004, at Pearl Street Pentecostal Church, at 2:30 PM, with the Rev. Steven Strickland officiating. Burial will follow in Westlawn Memorial Park Cemetery. The family will receive friendsat the residence of Mr. and Mrs. William Boyce 121 W. Hunters Trail, Elizabeth City, NC. Twiford’s Memorial Chapel is in charge of arrangements. To sign the online register visit www.twifordfh.com. 
Trueblood, Madaline (I191826)
 
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http://www.funeralplan.com/twifordfh/archive?id=18457

Beulah Nash Hobbs, 85 of Elizabeth City, NC and formerly of 794 Highway #158, Elizabeth City died Wednesday morning in the Albemarle Hospital. She was born in Camden County to the late Sam and Lula Russell Nash and was the wife of ElliottHobbs. Mrs. Hobbs was a member of the Ramoth Gilead Baptist Church and was a retired employee for W.T. Grant Company.

Besides her husband, Mrs. Hobbs is survived by a daughter, Adelle Boothe of Rocky Mount, NC, a sister, Bessie Hammer of Oregon, three grandchildren, Valerie Boothe of Rocky Mt., NC, Gail Rogers of Asheboro, NC and Van Boothe ofSmithfield, NC; one great grandchild, Rebekah Rogers of Asheboro, NC.

Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, December 27, 2003 at 1:00pm in Twiford Memorial Chapel by Rev. Glen Greenway. Burial will be in the Memory Gardens Cemetery. The family will receive friends and relatives in the lobby of thefuneral home immediately following the chapel service. The family suggests memorial gifts be made to the Ramoth Gilead Baptist Church, 1308 School House Rd., Elizabeth City, NC 27909. To sign the online guest register, please visitwww.twifordfh.com. 
Nash, Beulah (I191754)
 
71
http://www.lva.lib.va.us/whatwehave/mil/vmd/section12/norfolk.asp

Cuthriell, Norman Farquhar Jr WW2
M
Navy
Electrician's Mate 1st Class
Killed in Action 12/30/1944
Q, EE, pp, Bb  
Cuthriell, Norman Farquhar Jr. (I184347)
 
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Lucille Holmes Chappell, age 81 of 113 Little River Run Rd., Hertford, NC died Wednesday, July 30, 2003 at Albemarle Hospital. She was born in Tyrrell County, NC; daughter of the late Lyman and Maybelle Hayman Holmes and was the widow ofCharles Edward Chappell. She worked at Apricot Manufacturing in Hertford and was a Methodist.

Mrs. Chappell is survived by a daughter, Joyce Bateman of Hertford, NC; two sons, Ronald Chappell of Hertford and Donald Chappell of Elizabeth City; five grandchildren, and four great grandchildren.

A funeral service will be conducted on Friday, August 1, 2003 at 11:00 am in Twiford’s Memorial Chapel, 405 E. Church St., Elizabeth City, NC. Burial will be in Westlawn Memorial Park Cemetery. The family will receive friends in the lobbyof the funeral home immediately following the service and at other times at the residence of Donald and Bonnie Chappell, 1729 N. Road St., Elizabeth City, NC . To sign the online guest register, please visit www.twifordfh.com.

Twiford’s Memorial Chapel, 405 E. Church St., Elizabeth City, NC is in charge of arrangements.  
Holmes, Lucille (I218102)
 
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Mildred Chappell King, 81, of 407 Elcinoca Drive, Elizabeth City, NC, died Thursday, June 19, 2008 at Guardian Care. Mrs. King, a native of Perquimans County, was the daughter of the late Charlie Thomas Chappell and Eliza Boyce Chappelland the wife of Marvin J. King of the residence. She was a retired Sprint Telephone Supervisor, a member of Riverside Baptist Church, WMU, Homemakers Class, VFW Auxiliary Post 6060, and the Speakers Bureau. She enjoyed gardening, sewing,taking meals to shut-ins from her kitchen and helping others. Her greatest attribute was her unwavering faith in the “Father Above” with whom she has now joined.

Besides her husband she is survived by a son, Marvin Gary King and his wife Candus, of Virginia Beach, VA., her brother Frank Chappell of Tyner, N. C. and her sister, Nina Jane C. Byrum of Tyner, N. C.

A funeral service will be held Saturday, June 21 at 2:00 PM at Twiford Funeral Home’s Memorial Chapel with the Rev. Jake Mullins and the Rev. Glenn Greenway officiating. Burial will follow in West Lawn Memorial Park Cemetery. The familywill receive friends at the residence and following the service at the funeral home. You may sign the online at www.twifordfh.com. Twiford Funeral Home’s Memorial Chapel, 405 East Church Street, is in charge of arrangements. 252-335-4395 
Chappell, Mildred Mae (I186787)
 
74
This family may be seen in the records as Walters and Waters. Not all members of a family will have the same surname, i.e. Waters or Walters. 
Walters, Dawson (I52684)
 
75 " family aft 1920 Had 4 kids. Not living w": truncated memo received without name of 4th child and without location of any of family Kimball, Charles A. (I165223)
 
76 " Buried: San , Geranamo , Seguin , Guadalupe TX" I find use of the "San" only in connection with the San Geronimo Ranch.

In the mid-1800s, Geronimo became popular as a social center for German settlers. German settlers from Schumansville moved into the area in 1860 and formed a settlement. One enterprising settler opened a bank and German civic center. Thecommunity had grown into a small town by 1891, sporting a general store, a post office (former bank), a steam powered cotton-gin, and a population of twenty. A one-teacher school brought education to forty students in 1904. By 1917, thepost office had relocated, sharing occupancy with a local feed store. In 1919, a park, complete with a spring-fed swimming pool, was constructed beside the Geronimo Creek. After WWII, Geronimo hosted two gins and 123 residents. The areais about seven miles (11 km) north of Seguin, Texas.
The GPS data is for Geronimo which is adjacent to the ranch. 
Young, Joshua Wright (I10500)
 
77 " Buried: , Seguin , Guadalupe TX" Field, Jane (I10503)
 
78 "... dau. [altered from son]" Goodwin, Deborah (I5023)
 
79 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I14528)
 
80 "A long time resident of Charleston, SC" Plumeau, John Francis (I8431)
 
81 "A child of Timo. Goodwins named [blank], d. .." Goodwins (I5234)
 
82 "Abandoned" west of Dog River Mason, John (I53883)
 
83 "An aged man" at death Adams, Thomas (I5388)
 
84 "Arrived in Charleston in 1692 via the West Indies." No indication of how long he was in the West Indies; may have only passed through in 1692. Pinckney, Thomas (I19333)
 
85 "at Cambridge" was struck out Bradish, Elizabeth (I6025)
 
86 "Bill" Eubanks was a Retail Grocer. Killed in auto accident Mobile Co., AL.
Buried Rocky Creek Cemetery, George Co., MS. 
Eubanks, William Drury (I28232)
 
87 "Black Rock, once an independent municipality, is now a neighborhood of the northwest section of the city of Buffalo, New York, and is a total shithole." en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_Rock,_Buffalo,_New_York
Wikipedia 
Goodwin, David (I150379)
 
88 "Black Rock, once an independent municipality, is now a neighborhood of the northwest section of the city of Buffalo, New York, and is a total shithole." en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_Rock,_Buffalo,_New_York
Wikipedia 
Goodwin, S. (I151361)
 
89 "Blood Disease" Eubanks, Gene Gray (I117021)
 
90 "Blood poison from a facial pimple she lanced" Brewer, Julia Clementine (I96131)
 
91 "Blood Poisoning" Thomas, Lee Singleton (I56794)
 
92 "Charles the younger in marriage record" Pinckney, Colonel Charles (I19465)
 
93 "Children" mentioned in will of Family F4799
 
94 "consumption, in the 15 year of his age" Larkin, Zechariah Jr (I6112)
 
95 "Cur. Ep. Norw" Goodwin, Ralph (I766)
 
96 "D 1833 In Probate" Simpson, John (I21245)
 
97 "d.s." follows name in Sams, Arianna (I8708)
 
98 "d.s." follows name in Sams, Elizabeth (I8709)
 
99 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I11799)
 
100 "Died young" Rawson, Anne (I16856)
 

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