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3501. E. B. O'Callaghan, M.D., The Documentary History of the State of New-York, Vol. III, Albany: Weed, Parsons & Co., 1850, https://archive.org/details/documentaryhisto03ocal, http://books.google.com/books?id=c98TAAAAYAAJ.
3502. Teunis G. Bergen, The Bergen Family: Or the Descendants of Hans Hansen Bergen One of the Early Settlers of New York and Brookly, L. I., (1) New York: Bergen & Tripp, 1866, (2) Albany, NY: Joel Munsell, 1876, (1) https://archive.org/details/bergenfamilyorde00berg, (1) http://books.google.com/books?id=5J4xAAAAMAAJ, (2) https://archive.org/details/bergenfamilyorde00inberg, The 1876 edition is revised with various corrections applied by its author., Any facts sourced to this book refer to the 1876 edition, unless it only appears in the 1866 edition.
3503. September 1988, Interviewed Subject: Robert Allen CHRISTOPHER, Interviewer: (Living relative), Edina, Minnesota.
3504. “Washburn Senior Gets Yale Award,” Minneapolis Tribune (not verified), Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota, United States, June 1941, newspaper clipping, page and newspaper not noted.
3505. “Commencement Exercises Washburn High School.” Class of 1941, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 5-JUN-1941. Original copy of graduation program.
3506. “Michael Pauluzen Van der Voort - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia,” http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Newmanry, Viewed 18-JAN-2010, The website page cites the following as its source: Ashcroft, M. (ca. 1945), "Newmanry Addresses (incomplete)" The Papers of Max Newman, Box 3/2/1, St John's College Library, Cambridge UK.
3507. Henry R. Stiles, A History of the City of Brooklyn, Vol. I., Brooklyn: 1876, http://www.mrbrklyn.com/resources/historyofcityofb01stil.pdf.
3508. Membership card for “Jockey Club Brasileiro” for member Robert A. CHRISTOPHER, dated 31-DEC-1950.
File: S3508
3509. <unidentified publication, probably a local history book>, probably published in Nebraska, “John Ayers,” appears to have been published during John AYERS lifetime, digital image of biographical skectch.
3510. “1910 U.S. Census,” Head of Household: Alva A. BAKER, Verdigre Twp., Knox Co., Nebraska, United States, 07-MAY-1910, online census page image from microfilm, Ancestry.com, Date Viewed 01-01-2014, Microfilm Series: T624 Roll: 849 Page: (Sheet No.6B), FHL Film No. 1374862, Supervisor’s District: 3, Enumeration District: 120, Dwelling No.15, Family No.15, Lines 61-65.
3511. The Nebraska Blue Book and Historical Register, 1920, Addison E. Sheldon, Ed., Lincoln, Nebraska: Nebraska Legislative Refererence Bureau, 1920, page 334, Online transcript at http://www.usgennet.org/usa/ne/topic/resources/OLL...0/pages/bb200329.htm, Scan of original book at http://books.google.com/books?id=MptPAAAAYAAJ.
3512. “<title unknown, but subject is John AYERS>,” <unknown newspaper>, probably published in Nebraska, probably published April, 1918, digital image of newspaper clipping.
3514. “1870 U.S. Census,” Head of Household: John AYERS, Necedah, Juneau Co., Wisconsin, United States, 13-JUL-1870, online census page image from microfilm, FHL Film No. 553219, Ancestry.com, Date Viewed 02-JAN-2014, Microfilm Series: M593 Roll: 1720 Page: 105B Image: 214 (original page 6), Dwelling No.41, Family No.44, Lines 32-34.
3515. “1880 U.S. Census,” Head of Household: John AYERS, Creighton, Knox Co., Nebraska, United States, 23-JUN-1880, online census page image from microfilm, Ancestry.com, Date Viewed 02-JAN-2014, Microfilm Series: T9 Roll: 751 Page: 82D Image: 0348 (original p.16), FHL Microfilm No. 1254751, Supervisor’s District: 2, Enumeration District: 109, Dwelling No.149, Family No.152, Lines 14-17.
3516. “<title unknown, but subject is Almie THORNTON>,” <unknown newspaper>, probably published in Nebraska, probably published January, 1930, digital image of newspaper clipping.
3517. “OBITUARY [for “Geo. AYERS”],” <unknown newspaper>, probably published in Juneau Co., Wisconsin, probably published August, 1866, digital image of newspaper clipping.
3518. “Deceased Name: John WEAVER,” Houston Chronicle, Houston, Texas, United States, 18-NOV-2001, <page number not given in online edition>, Online edition. Record Number: 137115, http://infoweb.newsbank.com/ (via library subscription), The source website has a second citation for this same obituary, under the spelling, “ John "Bill" WEAVER,” but it contains no text. That entry specifies page 44 of the “4 Star” edition.
3519. Russell Shorto, The Island at the Center of the World, New York: Doubleday, 2004.
3520. “1830 U.S. Census,” Head of Household: Wm HOUGLAND (or HOAGLAND), Harrison Twp., Pickaway Co., Ohio, United States, 1830, digital census image, Ancestry.com, FHL Film No. 0337949, Date Viewed 22-JAN-2014, Microfilm Series M19, Roll: 138, Page: 70, Line 12.
3521. “1850 U.S. Census,” Head of Household: Jame HEATH, “On the East side of the Sangamon,” Piatt Co., Illinois, United States, 05-DEC-1850, digital census image, Ancestry.com, Date Viewed 22-JAN-2014, Microfilm Series: M432, Roll: 124, Page: 19A; Image: 168, Dwelling No.3205, Family No.2297, Lines 25-27.
3522. Joseph Boyle, III, “GSBC Family Files,” http://www.njgsbc.org/files/familyfiles/index.htm, As found on 23-JAN-2014, As of 16-JUN-2016, the referenced online document is no longer available due to apparent privacy concerns, but the website implies it will be restored after they “fix the problem.”.
3523. Revolutionary War Muster Rolls. 4th Regiment, Continental Light Dragoons. Specifically, a muster roll, dated 23-SEP-1778, of Captain David PLUNKET's troops (under Col. Stephen MOYLAN), lists a William HOOGLAND (entry No.12) of New Jersey, present, having enlisted 19-APR-1778. Ancestry.com: “
U.S. Revolutionary War Rolls, 1775-1783” (originally from National Archives Microfilm Publication M246) Roll 115, Folder 14, image 510.
3524. Revolutionary War Casualty list. 4th Regiment, Continental Light Dragoons under Col. Stephen MOYLAN, lists a William HOGLAND (Line 10) of New Jersey, enlisted 19-APR-1778. Page 41. Fold3.com Location: Numbered Record Books ›Records of Military Operations and Service ›Officers and Enlisted Men ›11 - List of Officers and Men of Sheldon's and Moylan's Dragoons and Lee's Legion. 1776-1781 ›Page 28 (image #28, but page itself is numbered 41).
3525. List of pensioners in New Jersey, pursuant to the Act of 4th July 1836. Catharine HOGELAND, widow of Derrick. Ancestry.com: “U.S. Pensioners, 1818-1872.” Originally from Ledgers of Payments, 1818-1872, to U.S. Pensioners Under Acts of 1818 Through 1858 From Records of the Office of the Third Auditor of the Treasury, 1818-1872; (National Archives Microfilm Publication T718).
3526. Lloyd DeWitt Bockstruck, Virginia’s Colonial Soldiers, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc, 1988.
3527. “1830 U.S. Census,” Head of Household: Durck HOAGLAND or Derick HOAGLAND, Kingwood, Hunterdon Co., New Jersey, United States, 1830, digital census image, Ancestry.com, FHL Film No. 0337936, Date Viewed 25-JAN-2014, Microfilm Series M19, Roll: 83, Page: 371, Line 16.
3528. List of pensioners in New Jersey. Derrick HOAGLAND. Ancestry.com: “U.S. Pensioners, 1818-1872.” Originally from Ledgers of Payments, 1818-1872, to U.S. Pensioners Under Acts of 1818 Through 1858 From Records of the Office of the Third Auditor of the Treasury, 1818-1872; (National Archives Microfilm Publication T718). Page 218 (Ancestry image #2), Line 3.
3529. Widow's Pension Application File W.7806. Derrick HOAGLAND or HOGELAND (both spellings appear on the cover page). Service in New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Virginia. Widow: Catharine. No other details on the cover page. Ancestry.com: “Ancestry.com. U.S., Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty-Land Warrant Application Files, 1800-1900” (NARA microfilm publication M804). Archive Roll Number: 1292, Total Pages in Packet: 69. Image numbers on Ancestry.com: 231-299.
3530. “1840 U.S. Census,” Head of Household: James LAMSON [or LARRISON], Alexandria, Hunterdon Co., New Jersey, United States, 1840, digital census image, Ancestry.com, FHL Film No. 0016517, Date Viewed 26-JAN-2014, Microfilm Series M704, roll 253, Page: 289 (spans 2 images); Images: 587 + 588, Line 6 on left page; lines 5-7 on right page., Catharine HOGLAND [sic] is listed as a "Pensioner for Revolutionary or Military Services", Catherine’s entry spans lines 5-7 and gives her age as 85. But the only household with a female of that age is the one on line 6., Therefore I am concluding that she lived with James LAMSON [or LARRISON] rather than with Henry GARMAN (unless the enumerator checked the wrong age box)., Ancestry incorrectly reported Henry’s age as 85 but that is because Catherine’s age is on that line., Assuming Henry was the oldest male he was really in the 30-39 range. Error has been reported.
3531. Daughters of the American Revolution, “DAR Genealogical Research System: Ancestor Search,” http://services.dar.org/Public/DAR_Research/search/?Tab_ID=1, Derrick HOAGLAND, Ancestor #: A055778, Service: NEW JERSEY, Rank: PRIVATE, Lineage Report for Member: Della B Johnson Allen, National # 225522, Ancestor #: A055778.
3532. “Mjellby Kyrkobok (Födde, Vigde, Döde) 1837-1849: births & baptisms,” Nils CHRISTOFFERSSON, 09-JAN-1841, Möreby, Mjellby [Mjällby], Blekinge, Sweden, 6th entry on left-hand page of film image (pages are unnumbered), GID Number 1768.2.14000, Ancestry.com film # KL-2794, image #36, online image from microfilm, Ancestry.com: “Sweden, Church Records, 1500-1940".
3533. “Mjällby Husförhörslängd 1867-79,” Head of Household: Bengt CHRISTOFFERSSON, ca. 1879, No.131(5) Möreby, Mjällby, Blekinge, Sweden, Page 732, Lines 15-18 & 22, Ancestry.com microfilm No. LK-1408, image # 814, GID Number 1768.44.32800, online image from microfilm, Ancestry.com: “Sweden, Church Records, 1500-1940", All members of household are crossed out, because one died in 1868 and the rest moved away in 1869.
3534. “Mjällby Husförhörslängd 1867-79,” Head of Household: Jöns SONESSON (?), ca. 1879, No.131(5) Möreby, Mjällby, Blekinge, Sweden, Page 734, Lines 1-12, Ancestry.com microfilm No. LK-1408, image # 816, GID Number 1768.44.33000, online image from microfilm, Ancestry.com: “Sweden, Church Records, 1500-1940".
3535. “Mjellby Husförhörslängd 1851-1862,” Head of Household: Jöns KRISTOFFERSSON, ca. 1862, No.131 Möreby, Mjällby, Blekinge, Sweden, Page 525, Lines 25-29, Ancestry.com Microfilm No. LK-1405, image # 524, GID Number 1768.51.65300, online image from microfilm, Ancestry.com: “Sweden, Church Records, 1500-1940", ArkivDigital: Mjällby (K) AI:10 (1851-1862) Image 1410 / page 525 (AID: v96415a.b1410.s525, NAD: SE/LLA/13269), For some reason, Jöns also appears on line 10 of this same page., Also see lines 15 & 21 for Elsa KRISTOFFERSDOTTER/XSTOFFERSSON, Also see line 17 for Kersta CHRISTOFFERSDOTTER.
3536. “Mjällby In- och Utflyttnings-Längd 1862-1872,” Nils CHRISTOFFERSSON & wife Thilda JÖNSDOTTER, also his brother, Bengt and sister Kjerste, 27-AUG-1869 (Nils & Thilda); 30-AUG-1869 (Bengt & Kjerste), Mörby, Mjällby, Blekinge, Sweden, To North America, Ancestry.com microfilm #LK-1411, image #30, GID Number 1768.38.4500, Års-numer. 73-76, right-hand page of image (pages are unnumbered), online image from microfilm, Ancestry.com: “Sweden, Church Records, 1500-1941".
3537. “Utdrag ur 1869 års Vigselbok för Mjellby församling i Listers och Bråkne Prosteri, Lunds stift, Blekinge län.,” Nils CHRISTOFFERSSON & Thilda JÖNSDOTTER, 21-AUG-1869, Möreby No.131, Mjellby [Mjällby], Blekinge, Sweden, Årsnummer 12 (pages not numbered), Vol. 318, Ancestry.com microfilm # SC-411, image # 3, GID Number 100010.49.14500, online image from microfilm, Ancestry.com: “Sweden, Church Records, 1500-1941".
3538. “1862 års Lysnings- och Vigsel-Bok för Mjellby församling,” Bengt SVENSSON and Elsa XSTOFFERSDOTTER, 28-JUN-1862, Mjellby [Mjällby], Blekinge, Sweden, Lysningens nummer 16 (pages not numbered), Vol. , Ancestry.com microfilm # LK-1411, image # 203, GID Number 1768.41.55900, online image from microfilm, Ancestry.com: “Sweden, Church Records, 1500-1941".
3539. “Mjällby Husförhörslängd 1862-67,” Head of Household: Bengt SVENSSON, ca. 1866, No.131 Möreby, Mjällby, Blekinge, Sweden, Page 601, lines 1-5, Ancestry.com microfilm No. LK-1406, image # 620, FHL Film No. 198603, GID Number 1768.30.69100, online image from microfilm, Ancestry.com: “Sweden, Church Records, 1500-1941", Image filed as S2906.jpg.
3540. “1870 U.S. Census,” Head of Household: Nelson CHRISTOPHER, Ustick, Whiteside Co., Illinois, United States, 17-AUG-1870, online census page image from microfilm, FHL Film No. 545789, Ancestry.com, Date Viewed 02-FEB-2014, Microfilm Series: M593 Roll: 290 Page: 355A Image: 715 (original page 7), Dwelling No.53, Family No.53, Lines 29-31.
3541. “1900 U.S. Census,” Head of Household: Nelson CHRISTOPHER, Elsmore Twp., Allen Co., Kansas, United States, 20-JUN-1900, online census page image from microfilm, Ancestry.com, FHL Film No. 1240469, Date Viewed 02-FEB-2014, Microfilm Series: T623 Roll: 469 Page: (Sheet Nos.14A + 14B), Supervisor’s District: 2, Enumeration District: 7, Dwelling No.260 (originally 246 but crossed out), Family No.261 (originally 246 but crossed out), Lines 49-50 on Sheet 14A + Lines 51-58 on Sheet 14B., Number of years in the United States reported for Nelson (43) and Thilds (31) are clearly wrong since they exceed their ages., Nelson is reported as immigrating in 1857, but Swedish records show he left the same day as his wife.
3542. “California Death Index,” Thilda CHRISTOPHER, 01-JUN-1921, Los Angeles Co., California, United States, Certificate Number: , online image of index page from microfilm, Ancestry.com: “California, Death Index, 1905-1939”.
3543. “1920 U.S. Census,” Head of Household: Thilda CHRISTOPHER, 359 North Holliston Avenue, Precinct 52, Pasadena, Los Angeles Co., California, United States, 06-JAN-1920, online census page image from microfilm, Ancestry.com, Date Viewed 03-FEB-2014, Microfilm Series: T625 Roll: 117 Image: 909 (Sheet No. 7A), Supervisor’s District: 31, Enumeration District: 524, Dwelling No.163, Family No.163, Lines 41-43.
3544. “1895 Kansas State Census,” Head of Household: Nelse CHRISTOPHER, Elsmore Twp., Allen Co., Kansas, United States, 01-MAR-1895, digital image from microfilm, Ancestry.com: “Kansas State Census Collection, 1855-1925”, Date Viewed 03-FEB-2014, Roll v115_2, Page 7, Dwelling No.214, Family No.216 Lines 1-10.
3545. “1905 Kansas State Census,” Head of Household: Nelson CHRISTOPHER, Elsmore Twp., Allen Co., Kansas, United States, 01-MAR-1905, digital image from microfilm, Ancestry.com: “Kansas State Census Collection, 1855-1925”, Date Viewed 03-FEB-2014, Roll ks1905_3, Page 85, Dwelling No.3, Family No.3 Lines 12-20.
3546. “1880 U.S. Census,” Head of Household: Christopher NELSON [sic - should have been Nelson CHRISTOPHER], Ustick, Whiteside Co., Illinois, United States, 21-JUN-1880, online census page image from microfilm, Ancestry.com, Date Viewed 03-FEB-2014, Microfilm Series: T9 Roll: 259, Page: 331C, Image: 0282 (original p.15), FHL Microfilm No. 1254259, Supervisor’s District: 2, Enumeration District: 215, Dwelling No.127, Family No.129, Lines 8-16, Enumerator mistakenly interchanged head’s first and last names; then Ancestry.com interpreted the surname as “MELRON” (correction has been submitted), Ancestry index has the township name as “Union Grove” but the schedule clearly says “Ustick.”, Familysearch.org made the same indexing errors., https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MXK1-NP9.
3547. “1930 U.S. Census,” Head of Household: George O. CHRISTOPHER, 1670 East Colorado St., Pasadena, Los Angeles Co., California, United States, 15-APR-1930, online census page image from microfilm, FamilySearch.org & Ancestry.com, FHL Film No. , Date Viewed 03-FEB-2014, Microfilm Series: T626, Roll , Image (Familysearch) (Ancestry), (Sheet No.12B), Supervisor’s District: 15, Enumeration District: 19-1257, Dwelling No.321, Family No.374, Line 81 , Enumerator’s notation on this line makes a reference to “Sheet 20 Line 27”, Looking at Sheet 20A in this same sequence of pages, Line 27 is “Esther CHRISTOPHER” noted as “Sister” with a cross-reference back to the page and line for George O. CHRISTOPHER.
3548. “1930 U.S. Census,” Head of Household: Esther CHRISTOPHER [not actually Head -- see Comments], Pasadena, Los Angeles Co., California, United States, 22-APR-1930, online census page image from microfilm, FamilySearch.org & Ancestry.com, FHL Film No. , Date Viewed 03-FEB-2014, Microfilm Series: T626, Roll , Image (Familysearch) (Ancestry), (Sheet No.20A), Supervisor’s District: 15, Enumeration District: 19-1257, Dwelling No.(not given), Family No.(not given), Line 27, Enumerator’s notation on this line makes a reference to “Sheet 12 Line 81”, That corresponds to the entry on Sheet 12B of this set, for George O. CHRISTOPHER, Esther’s brother., Apparently the entry for Esther is an “addendum” (as is much of this sheet).
3549. “1910 U.S. Census,” Head of Household: Chas W. CSEIGER , 1010 San Antonio St., Justice Precinct 1, El Paso, El Paso Co., Texas, United States, 16-APR-1910, online census page image from microfilm, Ancestry.com, Date Viewed 02-FEB-2014, Microfilm Series: T624 Roll: 1548 Page: 157B + 158A (Sheet Nos. 2B + 3A), FHL Film No. 1375561, Supervisor’s District: 16, Enumeration District: 63, Dwelling No.42, Family No.53, Lines 96-100 on Sheet 2B + Lines 1-3 on Sheet 3A, Nelson T. CHRISTOPHER on Sheet 3A Line 2.
3550. World War I Draft Registration Card, Nels Thomas CHRISTOPHER, Serial No. 7183, Order No. A7747, 12-SEP-1918. Phoenix, Maricopa Co., Arizona, United States. National Archives and Records Administration, Publication M1509, Microfilm Roll #AZ9. FamilySearch.org: "United States, World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918.” https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/KZVW-ZFL
3551. “1920 U.S. Census,” Head of Household: N. Thomas CHRISTOPHER, 1378 Locust St., Precint 52, Pasadena, Los Angeles Co., California, United States, 06-JAN-1920, online census page image from microfilm, Ancestry.com, Date Viewed 03-FEB-2014, Microfilm Series: T625 Roll: 117 Image: 907 (Sheet No. 6A), Supervisor’s District: 31, Enumeration District: 524, Dwelling No.133, Family No.133, Lines 43-45.
3552. “1930 U.S. Census,” Head of Household: N. Thomas CHRISTOPHER, 481 East Del Mar Street, Pasadena, Los Angeles Co., California, United States, 10-APR-1930, online census page image from microfilm, FamilySearch.org & Ancestry.com, FHL Film No. 2339904, Date Viewed 03-FEB-2014, Microfilm Series: T626, Roll 169, Image (Familysearch) 476(Ancestry), (Sheet No.9B), Supervisor’s District: 15, Enumeration District: 19-1253, Dwelling No.204, Family No.270, Lines 69-74.
3553. “1940 U.S. Census,” Head of Household: N. Thomas CHRISTOPHER, 412 East California, Block 8, Ward AD47, Pasadena, Los Angeles Co., California, United States, 13-APR-1940, online census page image from microfilm, Familysearch.org & Ancestry.com, Date Viewed 03-FEB-2014, Microfilm Series T627, Roll 242, Image (Sheet No.12A), Supervisor’s District: 11, Enumeration District: 19-496, Household No. 313, Lines 15-18.
3554. Thurston’s Pasadena (California) City Directory 1936, Los Angeles: Los Angeles Dirctory Co., 1936, p. 151: CHRISTOPHER, N. Thos (Edith), Ancestry.com. U.S. City Directories, 1821-1989.
3555. Pasadena (California) City Directory 1921, p. 214: CHRISTOPHER, N. Thos (Edith), Ancestry.com. U.S. City Directories, 1821-1989.
3556. Pasadena (California) City Directory 1919, p. 181: CHRISTOPHER, Esther M.; CHRISTOPHER, Nelson (Tilda); CHRISTOPHER, N. Thos (Edith), Ancestry.com. U.S. City Directories, 1821-1989.
3557. Thurston’s Pasadena (California) City Directory 1928, Los Angeles: Los Angeles Dirctory Co., 1928, p. 185: CHRISTOPHER, N. Thos (Edith), Ancestry.com. U.S. City Directories, 1821-1989, Ancestry.com has the address as “98” but is actually “198”.
3558. “California, Birth Index, 1905-1995,” Howard W. CHRISTOPHER, 18-MAR-1921, Mother’s Maiden Name: FULWILER, Los Angeles Co., California, United States, Online index entry., Ancestry.com: “California Birth Index, 1905-1995”.
3559. “California, Marriage Index, 1949-1959,” Howard W. CHRISTOPHER & Nancy C. NYMAN, 13-APR-1957, Santa Clara Co., California, United States, Page 194 of printed index, State file # 24122, online image of index page (computer printout), Ancestry.com; originally from California Department of Health Services, Sacramento, California.
3560. Polk's Crocker-Langley San Francisco City Directory 1944, San Francisco: R. L. Polk & Co., 1945, p. 520: FERRIER, Philip K (Esther C), Ancestry.com. U.S. City Directories, 1821-1989.
3561. The Pasadena Campus, Pasadena: Pasadena Junior College Press, 1938, pp. 250-251, List of students on p.250, but spread of photos continues on p.251, Ancestry.com: “U.S. School Yearbooks”.
3562. RootsWeb & Ancestry.com, “Obituary Daily Times,” http://obits.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/obit.cg...ton&type=Keyword, FERRIER, Philip Knowlton, Obituary citation: SF Chronicle (CA); 15-SEP-2004.
3563. “Original Certificate of Birth,” Esther Elizabeth CHRISTOPHER, 21-JUL-1918, Phoenix, Maricopa Co., Arizona, United States, State Index No. 327, County Register No. 5275, Local Registrar’s No. 5443, http://genealogy.az.gov/azbirth/426/4260424.pdf, Search engine home page: http://genealogy.az.gov/.
3564. “California, Birth Index, 1905-1995,” Ruth M. CHRISTOPHER, 08-FEB-1923, Mother’s Maiden Name: FULWILER, Los Angeles Co., California, United States, Online index entry., Ancestry.com: “California Birth Index, 1905-1995”.
3565. “California, Marriage Index, 1949-1959,” John J. ATTIAS & Ruth M. CHRISTOPHER, 18-JUN-1949, Los Angeles Co., California, United States, Page of printed index, State file # 29141, online image of index page (computer printout), Ancestry.com; originally from California Department of Health Services, Sacramento, California.
3566. “1910 U.S. Census,” Head of Household: Nelson CHRISTOPHER, Alamogordo, Precinct 1, Otero Co., New Mexico, United States, 21-APR-1910, online census page image from microfilm, Ancestry.com, Date Viewed 05-FEB-2014, Microfilm Series: T624 Roll: 916 Page: 139 (Sheet Nos. 2A), FHL Film No. 1374929, Supervisor’s District: 181, Enumeration District: 135, Dwelling No.36, Family No.37, Lines 29-32, In column-1 (“Street”) it says: “West and South of Alamagordo”, For “Township or other division of county” it says “Precinct 1”, Wife’s name appears to have been written as “Childa” (expected name: Thilda) but the first letter does not match other examples of “C” or “T” on the page.
3567. “1940 U.S. Census,” Head of Household: George O. CHRISTOPHER, 2231 E. Orange Grove Avenue, Block 51, Assembly District 47, Pasadena, Los Angeles Co., California, United States, 13-APR-1940, online census page image from microfilm, Familysearch.org & Ancestry.com, Date Viewed 05-FEB-2014, Microfilm Series T627, Roll 240, Image (Sheet No. 12A), Supervisor’s District: 11, Enumeration District: 19-455, Household No. 299, Lines 31-34, Ancestry.com failed to include middle initial “O” in George’s name., Ancestry.com incorrectly lists George’s age as 57 but as written it was 51.
3568. “California Death Index,” Virginia Draper (Heath) CHRISTOPHER, 20-MAR-1983, Orange Co., California, United States, Certificate Number: , online image of index page from microfilm, Ancestry.com: “California, Death Index, 1940-1997”.
3569. Thurston’s Pasadena (California) City Directory 1939, Los Angeles: Los Angeles Dirctory Co., 1939, p. 117: CHRISTOPHER, Esther E., CHRISTOPHER, Howard W., CHRISTOPHER, N. Thos (Edith) [all at same residence], Ancestry.com. U.S. City Directories, 1821-1989.
3570. Polk’s San Jose (Santa Clara County, Calif.) City Directory 1957, Los Angeles: R. L. Polk & Co., 1958, p. 146: CHRISTOPHER, Howard W. (Nancy), CHRISTOPHER, Nancy C., Ancestry.com. U.S. City Directories, 1821-1989.
3571. San Jose - Santa Clara phone book 1972 [actual title page not included with online images], The Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Company, 1972, p. 98: CHRISTOPHER, Howard W. MD (residential listing - listed twice on same page), p. 637: CHRISTOPHER, Howard W. (listed under “Physicians”), Ancestry.com. U.S. City Directories, 1821-1989.
3572. Polk’s San Jose (Santa Clara County, Calif.) City Directory 1960, Los Angeles: R. L. Polk & Co., 1960, p. 169: CHRISTOPHER, Howard W. (Nancy C), Ancestry.com. U.S. City Directories, 1821-1989.
3574. Henri and Barbara van der Zee, A Sweet and Alien Land, New York: The Viking Press, 1978, ISBN 0-670-68628-X.
3575. Narratives of New Netherland 1609-1664, J. Franklin Jameson, ed., New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1909, https://archive.org/details/narrativesofnewn01jame, http://books.google.com/books?id=cL8LAAAAYAAJ.
3576. Mrs. Schuyler Van Rensselaer, History of the City of New York in the Seventeenth Century, Vol. I: New Amsterdam, New York: The Macmillan Company, 1909, https://archive.org/details/historyofcityofn01vanruoft.
3577. “1871 England Census,” Head of Household: John T. JOHNSON, 5 Seymour Place, Oundle, Northamptonshire, England, 2-Apr-1871, online image from microfilm, Ancestry.com , Date Viewed 11-FEB-2014, Enumeration District: ED 15. Civil Parish: All Saints, Registration District: Northampton, Sub-district: All Saints, PRO Class: RG10, Piece 1488, Folio 23, p.8, Household No.41, Lines 7-14, GSU Roll 828795.
3578. “1901 England Census,” Head of Household: John T. JOHNSON, 5 Seymour Place, Northampton, Northamptonshire, England, 31 MAR 1901, Online transcript & image, Ancestry.com, Date Viewed 12-FEB-2014, Enumeration District: Civil Parish: All Saints, Ecclesiastical Parish: St. Katherine, Municipal Borough: Northampton, Ward: Castle , Parliamentary Borough: Northampton, PRO Class RG13, Piece 1426, Folio 128, page 28, Household No. 141, Lines 28-30, Incorrectly indexed on Ancestry.com as “John J Johnson”.
3579. Mariana Velazquez & Viola Vowers Holbrook, eds., First Record Book of The Society of the Daughters of Holland Dames, Descendants of the Ancient and Honorable Families of the State of New York, New York: Grafton Press, 1907, https://archive.org/details/firstrecordbooko00soci, https://openlibrary.org/books/OL6988885M.
3580. John Blythe Dobson, “The fraudulent Coligny-Rapalje descent,” Annals of Genealogical Research, Vol. 2, No. 1 (2006), ISSN 1555-9904, http://www.genlit.org/agr/viewarticle.php?id=10.
3581. Harry Macy Jr., “375th Anniversary of the Eendracht and Nieuw Nederland,” The NYG&B Newsletter, Winter 1999, http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~...aljeMacyResearch.pdf.
3582. Edwin R. Purple, Contributions to the History of Ancient Families of New Amsterdam and New York-, New York: privately printed, 1881, https://archive.org/details/ldpd_6499396_000.
3583. “1940 U.S. Census,” Head of Household: Lena HANSEN, 3935 No. 39th St., 12th Ward, Omaha, Douglas Co., Nebraska, United States, 01-MAY-1940, online census page image from microfilm, Familysearch.org & Ancestry.com, Date Viewed 14-FEB-2014, Microfilm Series T627, Roll 2275, Image (Sheet No. 7A), Supervisor’s District: 2, Enumeration District: 94-201, Household No. 170, Lines 5-7.
3584. “1921 Canada Census,” Head of Household: H. I. MARKS [sic], Nanoose, Comox-Alberni, British Columbia, Canada, Enumeration District: District 15 (Comox-Alberni), Sub-district 32 (Nanoose), Dwelling No.21, Family No.21, Lines 16-21, 01-JUN-1921, Online image from microfilm., RG 31; Folder Number: 14; Page 17, Date Viewed 14-FEB-2014, Ancestry.com: “1921 Census of Canada”, Head’s middle initial written as “I” but should have been “J”., Son, John, incorrectly listed as “S. Son” rather than “Son” (though he was a stepson of Ethel), It is believed that all three listed children were born to H J MARK’s first wife, who was born in Canada, but these entries say their mother was born in England (their stepmother, Ethel was born in England).
3585. “Declaration of Passenger to Canada,” Passenger: Jane Louisa MARKS, Ship Name: S.S. Victorian, Arrival: 16-MAY-1921, Page 2, Line 8 (this is a cross-reference to the passenger manifest), online image, Rolls: T-14939 - T-15248., Ancestry.com: “Canada, Ocean Arrivals (Form 30A), 1919-1924”, Declaration was signed by Jane’s mother, Ethel MARKS, but strangely dated 07-MAR-1921., Ancestry.com index entry states date of arrival as 10 May 1921, but the Port Agent Stamp is believed to say 16 May 1921 (compare to Ethel’s declaration form).
3586. “Canadian Government Return - Canadian Immigration Service,” Passengers: Ethel MARKS, Jane Louisa MARKS, Earl MARKS, Departure from Liverpool, England: 06-MAY-1921. Arrival at Quebec, 16-MAY-1921, Ship Name: S.S. Victorian, Port of Entry: Quebec, Canada, Manifest Cover Page & Sheet No. 2, Lines 7-9 (Ticket No. 9678), online image from microfilm, Microfilm T-14713, Ancestry.com: “Canadian Passenger Lists, 1865-1935”.
3587. “Declaration of Passenger to Canada,” Passenger: Ethel MARKS, Ship Name: S.S. Victorian, Arrival: 16-MAY-1921, Page 2, Line 7 (this is a cross-reference to the passenger manifest), online image, Rolls: T-14939 - T-15248., Ancestry.com: “Canada, Ocean Arrivals (Form 30A), 1919-1924”, Ethel signed the declaration with a date of 07-MAR-1921, which seems to contradict the dates of travel.
3588. “Declaration of Passenger to Canada,” Passenger: Earl MARKS, Ship Name: S.S. Victorian, Arrival: 16-MAY-1921, Page 2, Line 9 (this is a cross-reference to the passenger manifest), online image, Rolls: T-14939 - T-15248., Ancestry.com: “Canada, Ocean Arrivals (Form 30A), 1919-1924”, Ethel signed the declaration with a date of 07-MAR-1921, which seems to contradict the dates of travel.
3589. “Incoming Passengers: Returns of Passengers brought to the United Kingdom in Ships arriving from Places out of Europe, and not within the Mediterranean Sea.,” Port of Departure: Quebec, Canada; Arrival at Liverpool, England: 13-OCT-1920, Ethel MARKS, Earl MARKS, Jane MARKS, Ship Name: S.S. Empress of France (Canadian Pacific Line), Port of Entry: Liverpool, England, online image, Record Class: BT26; Piece: 674; Item: 67., Page 3, Lines 34-36 (passenger numbers 84-86), Ancestry.com: “UK Incoming Passenger Lists, 1878-1960”, Ancestry.com transcription states Jane’s age incorrectly as “3” but the document says “8.”.
3590. “Obituaries MARKS ~ ELSIE,” Nanaimo Daily News, 03-DEC-2003, Online transcript of obituary, http://archiver.rootsweb.ancestry.com/th/read/CAN-BC-OBITS/2003-12/1070472809.
3591. “Births, Deaths, And Marriages Registration Act. Schedule C. - Marriages,” Thomas DAVIS and Ethel Senson BAKER, 01-AUG-1911, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, Registration No. 1413, Reg. Number from index: 1911-09-063114 (Vol. 063, record 24114), B.C. Archives Microfilm Number: B11375, http://search-collections.royalbcmuseum.bc.ca/Gene...5e-9ab2-9bcc725c11d8, ••.
3592. “1891 England Census,” Head of Household: Edward DAVIS, Waterloo, Blyth, Northumberland, England, 5-Apr-1891, online image from microfilm, Ancestry.com, Date Viewed 16-FEB-2014, Enumeration District: Civil Parish: Cowpen, Registration district: Tynemouth, Sub-registration district: Blyth, PRO Class: RG12, Piece 4238, Folio 83, Page 29, Household No.187, Lines 5-11, GSU Roll 6099348.
3593. “1881 England Census,” Head of Household: John David BAKER, 4 Penman St., Chirton, North Shields, Tynemouth, Northumberland, England, 3-Apr-1881, online image from microfilm, GSU Roll 1342225, Ancestry.com, Date Viewed 16-FEB-2014, PRO Class: RG11, Piece 5076, Folio 21, Page 36, Household No. 198, lines 10-11.
3594. “1911 England Census: Schedule for Vessels,” Head of Household: John D. BAKER [no actual head here; just Crew on a ship], Pilot Cutter No.2, Blyth Harbor, Northumberland, England, 2 APR 1911, online image, Date Viewed 16-FEB-2014, Enumeration District: Registration district: Tynemouth, Sub-district: Blyth, PRO Class: RG14; Piece: 30837, Line 2, Ancestry.com, Enumerator mistakenly entered John’s marriage & children details but since those columns were intended for married women only, the numbers were crossed out, though are still legible.
3595. “1901 England Census,” Head of Household: John D. BAKER, 40 Victoria Str., Chirton, North Shields, Northumberland, England, 31 MAR 1901, Online transcript & image, Ancestry.com, Date Viewed 16-FEB-2014, Enumeration District: Civil Parish: Chirton, Ecclesiastical Parish: Holy Trinity, Municipal Borough: Tynemouth, Ward: Shields Ward South, Parliamentary Borough: Tynemouth, PRO Class RG13, Piece 4800, Folio 147, page 27, Household No. 158, Lines 14-19.
3596. “BMD Index - Births,” BAKER, John David Sansen, Registered Sep Quarter 1855, Tynemouth Registration District, Northumberland, England, Index page 135 (Baker), Index points to Vol.10b, p.102, Only the index image has been consulted, not the actual register entry., Ancestry.com and freebmd.rootsweb.com, Original index entry appears to say “Sansen” for the third given name, but Ancestry.com’s primary transcription says “Jansen” (which I believe is an error)., Note that John’s daughter, Ethel, on her marriage certificate, gave her middle name as “Sanson”.
3597. “1911 England Census,” Head of Household: Isabella BAKER, 44 Park Rd, Newsham and South Blyth, Northumberland, England, 2 APR 1911, online image, Date Viewed 16-FEB-2014, Enumeration District: Civil Parish: , Registration District No. , Sub-district: , PRO Class: RG14; Piece: 30821, Number of Schedule: 155, Lines 1-6, Ancestry.com.
3598. “Canadian Government Return - Canadian Immigration Service,” Passengers: BAKER, Ethel Sanson [uncertain spelling of middle name], Departure from Liverpool, England: 14-JUL-1911. Arrival at Quebec, 20-JUL-1911, Ship Name: S.S. Empress of Ireland (Canadian Pacific Railway Co.), Port of Entry: Quebec, Canada, Sheet No. 3, Line 5 (Ticket No. 53666), online image from microfilm, image #13 on www.collectionscanada.gc.ca, image # 11 on Ancestry.com, Microfilm T-4779, Ancestry.com: “Canadian Passenger Lists, 1865-1935” and www.collectionscanada.gc.ca, Ancestry.com gives her middle name as “Lenize”, The manifest cover page identifying the ship details is only found on the Library and Archives Canada website, http://www.collectionscanada.gc.ca/databases/passe...9umio4amfc8ib5414qm1.
3599. “List or Manifest of Alien Passengers Applying for Admission to the United States from Foreign Contiguous Territory,” Thomas DAVIS, 24-NOV-1908, Port of Entry: Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada (city on U.S. side not stated), Sheet No.18, Line 15, online image from microfilm, National Archives Microfilm Publication: M1464; Roll: 33; Record Group Title: Records of the Immigration and Naturalization Service; Record Group Number: 85., Ancestry.com: “Border Crossings: From Canada to U.S., 1895-1956”, This document spans two images on Ancestry.com.
3600. “Canadian Government Return - Canadian Immigration Service,” Passenger: T. DAVIS, Departure from Glasgow, Scotland: 01-SEP-1906. Arrival at Montreal, Quebec, 10 Sep 1906, Ship Name: S.S. Pretorian (Allan Line), Port of Entry: Quebec, Canada, Sheet No. 3, Line 28 (Ticket No. 2241), online image from microfilm, image # 4 on www.collectionscanada.gc.ca, image # 3 on Ancestry.com, Microfilm T-488, Ancestry.com: “Canadian Passenger Lists, 1865-1935” and www.collectionscanada.gc.ca, The manifest cover page identifying the ship details is only found on the Library and Archives Canada website, http://www.collectionscanada.gc.ca/databases/passe...sk0mi10m0mkr33uo8o46.
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