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201 A. Carswell, W-M-17, farmer, IL, Scotland, - Carswell, Adam Renwick (I371)
202 A. J. Cass, 40-M-W, farmer, NY, IL Cass, Aaron Jefferson (I6089)
203 A. K. Paynter, 28-F-W, IA, IA, farmer Thomas, Anna Kate (I97)
204 A. L. Wiggins, W-F-17, neice, at home, TX, NC, NC Wiggins, Aline Lee (I2394)
205 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Pitman, A. (I6189)
206 Aalis Paynter, 14-F-W, KS, KS Paynter, Alice Leota (I101)
207 Aaron Cass, 16-M-W, IL, IL Cass, Aaron Jacob (I6280)
208 Aaron G. Cass, 29-M-W, farmer, NY Cass, Aaron Jefferson (I6089)
209 Aaron K. Cass, 1-M-W, IL Cass, Aaron Jacob (I6280)
210 Aaron was a private in the American Revolution in Capt. David Olmsted's Company, having arrived in camp on 3 Jun 1778. He was discharged in Sep 1778 in Col. Enos' Regiment on the Hudson River.

Aaron Cass was killed while serving with the Dryden Company soldiers in the War of 1812. He was struck in the head by a British cannon ball and instantly killed while crossing the Niagara River. He was serving in place of his son Josiah, who was on leave at the time. 
Cass, Aaron (I6325)
211 Abigail Rumsey; females: 50-59 yrs: 1 [Abigail]; male free colored: 10-23 yrs: 2; 24-35 yrs: 1; females free colored: under 10 yrs: 1; 10-23 yrs: 3 Monger, Abigail (I4944)
212 Abigail Rumsey; females: 60-69 yrs: 1 [Abigail] Monger, Abigail (I4944)
213 About 1858 Edward and his wife moved to Taylor Co., IA. In 1874 his P.O. address was Gravity Post, Taylor Co., IA.
He was an itinerant Baptist minister, and preached throughout southern Iowa and northern Missouri. 
Otis, Rev. Edward (I2475)
214 About the year 1792, Levi Scoville went from Horton to Yarmouth and settled in that part of Cheggogin which is now Pembroke, Nova Scotia. Scovill, Levi (I9394)
215 Absalom attended the public schools at Hopkins, MO, until seventeen years of age, when in company with his father and brother, George W., he went to the Blacks Hills in South Dakota. This was in the spring of 1883, the trip being made overland, driving "a bunch" of cattle. He finally located on a ranch of over six hundred acres, eighteen miles east of Rapid City and near Farmingdale, Pennington Co., SD. The following fall the father and brother returned to Missouri, leving "Ab," as he was called, to keep bachelor's ball, which he did for the next six years. He and his family still made their home on the ranch in 1924, and had always been engaged in some form of stock raising; in 1908 it being sheep. Otis, Absalom (I2240)
216 Absalom Otis, 5-M-W, MO Otis, Absalom (I2240)
217 Absalom Otis, W-M-14, brother-in-law, single, at school, MO, VT, OH Otis, Absalom (I2240)
218 Absolom lived on the farm with his parents until they moved to Marysville, MO, where he entered the employment of D. R. Eversol & Son, dry goods merchants. After about two years he went to St. Joseph, MO, then to Kansas City, where was in 1906 employed by the John Taylor Dry Goods Co. Otis, Absolom Elroy (I4716)
219 According to HFS, Jonathan Dayton, baptized 3 Aug 1701, son of Samuel and his first (unkown) wife, married Rachel Ramsey 12 Feb 1719 and had issue. He shows no other marriages for Jonathan. In the Salmon Record the year is double-dated as 1719/20, and Dayton's name printed as [Jo]nathn Daiton. VES or his source apparently interpreted this as Nathaniel, and reported that Rachel married Nathaniel Dayton. (A younger brother Nathan married Amy Stratton in 1725 (HFS).)

Jacobus (in JDD) thought it unlikely, though possible, that this Jonathan married Rachel Ramsey daughter of Simon Ramsey of Southold, as he was only 18 years of age at the time. He assigns to Jonathan, son of Samuel Dayton, the three marriages above, which came after the marriage of Jonathan Dayton to Rachel Ramsey. He also listed four sons of Jonathan and Patience ( ) Dayton as: Elias b May 1737, Daniel b ca 1740, Robert b 1742, Jonathan b ca 1743-4, all of whom survived their father.

But New Jersey Archives (Vol 34:134) has an estate of Jonathan Dayton of Essex Co who died intestate. It was probated 1 Nov 1778, and administered by
Keturah Dayton, Elias Dayton and Jonathan J. Dayton (from Lib 16:522). But the name Keturah was not mentioned by Jacobus as either a wife or a daughter.

The two fine genealogists, Jacobus and Seversmith, were not able to solve the problem of Jonathan Dayton. Perhaps new sources will emerge which may hold the answer. 
Dayton, Jonathan (I5230)
220 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Pitman, A. (I6186)
221 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Pitman, A. (I6186)
222 Ada R. May, granddaughter, W-F-1, Aug 1898, single, TN, TN, TN May, Ada R. (I9905)
223 Adam ? Hamner, father-in-law, M-W-82, widowed, WV, WV, WV Hammer, Adam (I8057)
224 Adam Edgar, 50-M-W, farmer, SC Edgar, Adam (I550)
225 Adam Edgar, 60-M-W, farming, SC Edgar, Adam (I550)
226 Adam Hammer, father-in-law, M-W-92, widowed, WV, WV, WV Hammer, Adam (I8057)
227 Adda May Cass, daughter, W-F-14, June 1885, single, KS, IL, IL, student Cass, Adda May (I7673)
228 After an illness of long standing, Mrs. J. C. Macy passed away at her home in Woodston, the morning of January 26, 1916. She is survived by her husband and seven children, all of whom were at her bedside when death came.

Adelia George was born near Pleasant Plain, Iowa, August 26, 1856, being 59 years and five months old when she died. She was married October 5, 1876, to John C. Macy, and came with him to Rooks County in November, 1878, settling on their claim in Ash Rock Township where they lived until they moved to Woodston four years ago. Here sons, William C., Wilford R., James F. and Walter R., all live in Ash Rock Township; her daughters, Mrs. J. W. Goodwin, and Miss Ella Macy live in Woodston and Mrs. Roy Bonebrake lives in Stockton. She also left 13 grandchildren and one brother, the latter still living on the old home place in Iowa.

Soon after coming to this country she united with the Friends Church, of which she has been a consistent member ever since, though often attending the Congregationalist, Methodist and United Brethren churches when they were the ones in her vicinity, being a firm believer in the religion of Jesus Christ and considering it her duty to work for His cause, regardless of what the name of the church might be. After moving to Woodston she was especially active in church work, being a member of the U. B. Sunday School, Christian Endeavor and Mite Society and was for some time president of the W. C. T. U.

The funeral services were held at the Woodston U. B. church last Thursday, conducting by Rev. Manion, assisted by Rev. Clark, the Friends Church minister at Mt. Ayer. It was her request that Rev. Manion preach her funeral and use for his text, Mark 14:8, 'she hath done what she could.'

To those who knew her the text seems very appropriate indeed. An early settler and pioneer in a new country, she necessarily met with many hardships but always uncomplainingly 'hath done what she could' to help those about her; a willing work in time of need; and in sickness often denying herself the comforts of life for others even beyond her bodily strength. Of a loving, trusting nature, she inspired in her children an unusual amount of filial love and respect and her loss will be hard for them to bear; but to them and all who knew her the memory of her unselfish life must ever be an inspiration for them to make the best of their lives, whether their opportunities be great or small. Being herself good and pure of heart, she could see no evil in others and died without an ill-wisher in the world. Truly, 'she hath done what she could' and her many little daily acts of kindness and self-denials have made a sum that would be hard to estimate and which will always keep the memory of her fresh in the minds of those she left behind. She was laid to rest in the little cemetery at the Spring Branch Church, near her old home in Ash Rock Township.

Taken from The Stockton Review, Stockton, Kansas, 10 Feb 1916. 
George, Adelia (I844)
229 After Joseph's death, his wife moved back with her parents in Columbian Co., Ohio. Joseph's farm was purchased by "grandfather Weatherby". Thomas, Joseph (I736)
230 After marrying Betsey in New York in 1841, the family moved to Wisconsin. After remaining there a few years they settled on the farm in Lake County, Illinois where they remained until John's death. Sayles, John (I21998)
231 After studying at the Hopkins High School, he went to Marysville High School, from which he graduated. He then entered the Missouri State University at Columbia, where he duly graduated with a bachelor's degree in 1906. He also acquired an AM in 1910. He was a member of Phi Beta Kappa, and at one time was Secretary of the General Alumni Association of the University. He was a fine debater and represented the University in three inter-state debates.

In 1914 he was Republican candidate for Congress, and later was first Assistant City Counselor of St. Joseph, MO. He also served as first Assistant Prosecuting Attorney of Buchanan Co. For ten years he was Professor of Constitutional Law at St. Joseph, and was appointed as a memer of the State Constitutional Research Commission. In June, 1923 he was appointed by the Governor as Chairman of the State Public Service Commission, at which time the Attorney General said of him:

"It is an excellent appointment. In his work as Assistant Attorney General he has combined high ideals with unusual talents and has rendered distinguished service. He is one of the ablest lawyers in Missouri and a public offer of the finest type."

IN 1924, he was appointed Assistant Solicitor General of the U.S., with offices in Washington, D.C. 
Otis, Merrill Edward (I4717)
232 After the death of Zebulon, the family removed to Fayette County, PA, probably between 1785 and 1790.

Zebulon served in the Revolutionary War as a Private in the 1st New York Regiment of the New York Militia, Suffolk Co. 
Jennings, Zebulon (I14)
233 Agnes Campbell, 5-F-W, IL Campbell, Agnes S. (I6041)
234 Agnes Campbell, 55-F-W, NJ Schenck, Agnes (I4882)
235 Agnes Cass, head, M-W-64, married, KS, lived at same house in 1935 Skillin, Agnes Rebecca (I3388)
236 Agnes Cass, wife, F-W-54, married, KS, NY, PA Skillin, Agnes Rebecca (I3388)
237 Agnes F. HiteFebruary 14, 1918 - December 29, 2006 Agnes F. Hite, 88 of Warren and formerly of Huntington died at 12:00 AM on Friday, December 29, 2006 at Heritage Pointe in Warren. She was a 1937 graduate of Chester Township High School in Wabash County. She was a homemaker and farmer in Union Township with her husband. She was a member of the Andrews Church of the Brethren and was also a member of the Rhythm Band of Huntington where she played at various nursing homes and service clubs. She was born on February 14, 1918 in Elko, IN of Wabash County, a daughter of Charles and Laura (Cozad) Harrell. She was united in marriage to Bryce E. Hite on March 31, 1940 at the Markle Church of Christ. He preceded her in death on December 28, 1990. Survivors include a son: Bruce E. Hite of Lubbock, TX, a daughter: Rita L. Tullis of Andrews, a sister: Barbara Smith of Huntington, three brothers: Thomas P. Harrell of Huntington, Robert O. Harrell of Wabash, Lamoine Harrell of Shirley, IN, four grandchildren and six great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by a brother: Max L. Harrell. Visitation will be held on Tuesday, January 2, 2007 from 2:00-4:00 and 6:00-8:00 PM at the Myers Funeral Home Huntington Chapel, 2901 Guilford Street, Huntington, Indiana. Services will be held at 11:00 AM on Wednesday, January 3, 2007 at the Myers Funeral Home Huntington Chapel with Pastor Jerry Felts officiating. Entombment will be at the Markle Cemetery. Memorial donations can be made to the Andrews Church of the Brethren in care of Myers Funeral Home, 2901 Guilford Street, Huntington, IN 46750. Harrell, Agnes F. (I9654)
238 Agnes R. Cass, wife, F-W-34, married, KS, NY, NY Skillin, Agnes Rebecca (I3388)
239 Agnes R. Cass, wife, W-F-24, Aug 1875, married, KS, NY, PA Skillin, Agnes Rebecca (I3388)
240 Agnes R. Skillin, W-F-5, daughter, single, KS Skillin, Agnes Rebecca (I3388)
241 Agnes Rood, 28-F-W, housekeeper, NY Skillin, Agnes (I6100)
242 Agnes Skillan, 19-F-W, NY Skillin, Agnes (I6100)
243 Agnes Skillin, 12-F-W, NY Skillin, Agnes (I6119)
244 Agness Rood, 39-F-W, keeping house, NY Skillin, Agnes (I6100)
245 Agness Williams, W-F-32, wife, married, keeping house, WI, England, IN Cherry, Agness Amelia (I9912)
246 Agnis Skillin, 1-F-W, NY Skillin, Agnes (I6119)
247 Alanza Rumsey, head, W-M-63, Nov 1836, married 35 years, NY, NY, NY, farmer Rumsey, Alonzo (I9760)
248 Albert D. McCuskey, 4-M, VA McCuskey, Albert Davis (I6204)
249 Albert J. Paynter, head, M-W-44, married, OH, England, WV, tractor engineer Paynter, Albert Jennings (I796)
250 Albert J. Paynter, head, M-W-54, married, OH, OH, OH, Paynter, Albert Jennings (I796)

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