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101 "Died young" Rawson, Anne (I16856)
102 "Died young" Rawson, Wilson (I16857)
103 "Died young" Rawson, Margaret (I16858)
104 "Died young" Rawson, Edward (I16859)
105 "Died young" Rawson, Edward (I16860)
106 "Died young" Rawson, Rachel (I16861)
107 "Died young" Rawson, Dorothy (I16863)
108 "Died young" Rawson, Sarah (I16872)
109 "Gen. Burgess" Toomer, John (I9835)
110 "Harpley, Norff., by Grissel Barsham" is found listed in Wikipedia, but Grissel Barsham is not found Bulwer, Anne (I248162)
111 "He lost his life with the sinking of the USS Indianapolis. He and his comrades delivered the atomic bomb." Roberts, Benjamin Elsworth (I96433)
112 "He transferred from Co. L, 2 June 1898 as Musician," then he "tTransferred to Band" 3 JUN 1898 Toomer, Robert Garland (I14601)
113 "He was killed by a Dykes in a fight after Frank had killed 5 men himself. Frank was of bad reputation and temper. He was notorious for his negro killing." Lewis, Franklin W. (I65899)
114 "Her" book, my document 4-27, on the Goodwin family was a highly prized possession ... and was thought to be an original. However, the bulk of it is identical (handwriting, ink, booklet style and cover color, and content) with the "FamilyJournal of Sarah Marion NOYES Cook Slayton," document 2-2. These two branches of the family were apparently unknown to each other. As yet I have not found the common ancestor and originator of the record. Marden, Mother Jennie (I501)
115 "HH 78 Harris Goodwin 49 M Farmer $3500 $4900 SC. Goodwin, Harris (I107995)
116 "In her 89th year" [does not compute] Porcher, Isabella (I19309)
117 "Independence Daily Reporter"
Thursday, April 24, 1980.
Page 2, Column 5

Nellie Flanagan
Mrs. Nellie Flanagan, 89, lifelong
Montgomery County resident and the
widow of Edward Flanagan, died at 9:15
a.m. Wednesday at the Colonial Lodge
Nursing Home where she had been a
resident since January 1976.

A requiem mass will be celebrated at
1:30 p.m. Friday at the Potts Chapel
with Rev. James A. Wilson of St. An-
drew's Catholic Church officiating.
Internment will be at Cavalry Cemetery.
Friends may call at the Potts Chapel
until 9 p.m. today when the casket will
be closed.

Nellie Flanagan was born Aug. 20,
1890 at rural Cherryvale, the daughter
of Gilbert R. and Patience (Shoopman)
Baker. She attended school at the rural
Centennial School near Cherryvale.

On Nov. 16, 1910 she was united in
marriage with Edward Flanagan. The
couple made their home in the Wayside
community where Mr. Flanagan was
employed in the oil fields as a pumper.
Following the death of her husband on
May 17, 1956, she moved to In-
dependence where she was a member of
St. Andrew's Catholic Church and its
Altar Society.

Survivors include several nieces and
nephews, including Ed Flanagan of

Transcribed - 03MAY2006 - Michael Vance Baker
Baker, Nellie Hazel (I176577)
118 "Jack" Pitman used to fight (bare knuckles) regularly in Wheelerville, Mobile Co., AL, with a prize fighter named Broadus. Sometimes these bloody fights lasted so long, even overnight, both fighters would lie down on the floor to rest,the floor covered with blood. John Evans referred to this activity as "knuckles & skull." Pitman, William Jackson (I125978)
119 "Jr." is from FamilySearch Tree. Powers, Aaron Hubbard Jr. (I7344)
120 "July 1892 Harris Goodwin -82- d 7/23 at the hotel of his son-in-law. Cage Hall at Stone Mtn. His wife died 70 days ago. Mr Goodwin lived for 60 years at his home in DeKalb Co. at Goodwin Crossing, on the Air Line RR. He leaves threechildren: Mrs. Fannie Grogan, Mrs. Dr. Childress, Mrs Cage Hall of Stn. Mtn. Interement Family Cemetery at old homeplace at Goodwin's X-ing." Goodwin, Harris (I107995)
121 "Junr." from son John's birth record Adams, Thomas Jr. (I5276)
122 "Later called Charleston [SC] home" Fisher, Samuel (I8958)
123 "Leone" was a WWII French war bride. LaJalu, Leontive (I36558)
124 "Lots of kids" were born to this marriage Family F63469
125 "Lots of kids" were born to this marriage Family F63470
126 "Lots of kids" were born to this marriage Family F63547
127 "Lots of kids" were born to this marriage Family F63556
128 "Malignant Malarial Fever" Still, John D. Lewis (I33841)
129 "Many other kids" Family F62778
130 "Married and had a family.." Family F3600
131 "Mostly no kids" was entered in death note after citing the 1880 Census. Perhaps the comment meant at that particular time in the household? Family F63376
132 "Mrs.M.E." died at her residence Boylston, Mary Ellen (I9989)
133 "Nigh Durham" Harland, Thomas (I108229)
134 "Nigh Durham" Harlan, James (I147523)
135 "not too far from where he is buried Goodwin, Daniel C. (I2678)
136 "of the Round O and Malsenia , plantation near Walterboro Fishburne General (I13386)
137 "Old Fields" Goodwin, Mercy Olive (I1042)
138 "On January 24, 1826 at the ninth session of the Mississippi Legislature, Representative McAfee presented a petition from sundry inhabitants of Covington County, praying for a division of the same. On a motion from Representative McAfeethe petition was received and agreed to and Jones County was created out of Covington and Wayne Counties.
And be it further enacted, that the aforesaid county, shall be annexed to and form a part of the fourth Judicial District, and the place of holding courts, for the courthouse of all said county, shall be at the house of John Moffit,(sic) until at which time the courts shall be in readiness, at which time the court shall be adjourned to said courthouse.
Also, stated in the law were the names of the Commissioners; John Snow, John Moffit, Adam Shows, John C. Thomas, and John McCormick. They were appointed to locate a permanent seat of justice which was to consist of not less than twentyand not more than eighty acres, which was to be located within three miles of the center of the county, and which was to be named Ellisville."

The first county officers in 1826 were:
John Snow---------------------Judge of Probate
John Moffit)
Adam Shows)-----------------Associate Justices
James Tate)
William Ellis------------------Sheriff
Stacey Collins---------------Assessor
Jason W. Morein-----------Coroner
John W. McCormick------County Surveyor

Elisha Williams)
Isaac Williams)
Peter Loper, Jr.)
John C. Thomas)-----------Justices of the Peace
John Nesom)
Daniel Windham)

William McCehee---------Ranger #5 
Moffett, John Carlton (I53452)
139 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Evans, Artis Lynn (I108564)
140 "P.C.C. 69
St. Barbe" 
Lincoln, Robt. (I20109)
141 "P.C.C. 96 Goare" which was probated on 16 JUN 1637 (Notes: "ob. s. p.; named the Goodwin's and others) Hubert, William (I247965)
142 "parti en Am?rique vers 1780, mari? ? Lisa Losana." I do not know if the marriage was before or after the emigration. MNGJr 17 DEC 2000 Aimar, Louis John Baltazar (I8186)
143 "Private baptism" Aimar, Louise Estelle (I8499)
144 "Probably FRANCE or SAN DOMINGO." "Of SAN DOMINGO Plumeau, John Francis (I8431)
145 "probably at Friends' Burying Grounds, Old Centre Meeting House" [not otherwise specified] Gregg, Samuel (I147559)
146 "Ship landed in Lynn, Massachusetts in 1620." The location was given as Lynn, Essex County, Massachusetts, but Lynn was first settled in 1692 and Essex was formed in 1643. Location is modified by me to be consistent with the date given.MNGJrMD Blood, James (I154840)
147 "Thaddeus P. GOODWIN" in 2 marr. entries, incl. Kennebec Co., Civil. Still not sure Thaddeus B. and Thaddeus P. are the same. Family F2113
148 "The Dandy Citizen," Dick Ivy, Editor, Goodwin Neck, Dandy, VA., SEP 1983, p. 2-3; doc. 4-9: fn, age at death, death date, death place as VA, burial place, fnln plus for husband, see also G00208.TXT.

Porter, Rachel (I208)
149 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Castle, Charles R. Jr. (I149954)
150 "Tradition says that John Hopkins came to South Carolina with money and race horses, so he probably sold most of his posessions before leaving Georgia. It is quite evident that John and Sarah Thomas Hopkins followed her family to SouthCarolina. By 1760, John Thomas, Sr., had acquired grants of land (800 acres) in the Pincushion on Back Swamp where John Thomas, Jr., had also settled. John and Sarah probably arrived in the autumn of 1762 and lived with the Thomasesuntil John could choose a site for a home and apply for a grant. The birth of David Hopkins, their first child, in February of 1763, presumably took place at the Thomas home in the Pincushion." Hopkins, John (I20261)

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