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Death registration: Mary Norsworthy (part 1)
Death registration: Mary Norsworthy (part 1)
The death of Mary Norsworthy was reported in the local paper as occuring on January 18th. Her death registration (part 1) shows the death occured on January 20th; and (in part 2) was registered on January 18th. 
 
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Death registration: Mary Norsworthy (part 2)
Death registration: Mary Norsworthy (part 2)
 
 
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Death registration: Norman Brooks
Death registration: Norman Brooks
Norman accidentally drowned at twelve years of age. 
 
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Death: Bertha Kingman Wonacott
Death: Bertha Kingman Wonacott
Published 18 February 1975 
 
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Death: Florence Wadlin
Death: Florence Wadlin
Published on Wednesday, 23 February 1927 
 
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Death: Henry Brooks
Death: Henry Brooks
 
 
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Death: Milo L. Wadlin
Death: Milo L. Wadlin
Published on 29 September 1921 
 
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Death: William John Hall
Death: William John Hall
Died 24 October 1909 
 
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Dipleigh
Dipleigh
Location of Dipleigh, birthplace of Robert Nosworthy, in Widecombe in the Moor. Found just beyond Rugglestone Rock on right of map. (Map not to scale) 
 
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Directory: Buffalo City 1920
Directory: Buffalo City 1920
Identifies Wonnacott names and addresses 
 
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Directory: Buffalo City, 1878.
Directory: Buffalo City, 1878.
Identifies three Wonnacotts all living on Dearborn Street. 
 
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Directory: Buffalo City, 1885.
Directory: Buffalo City, 1885.
 
 
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Directory: Buffalo City, 1920
Directory: Buffalo City, 1920
 
 
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Directory: Buffalo City, 1927.
Directory: Buffalo City, 1927.
 
 
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Dr. Samuel Chase Tucker
Dr. Samuel Chase Tucker
His name appeared in a 1911 publication of the General Catalogue of Dartmouth College and the associated school, 1769-1910,, pg 537. Samuel Chase TUCKER, born 24 June 1872, Hudson, Mass., Mem. Med. Assoc., Physician, Res. 16 Chestnut St., Peabody, Mass. Class of 1892.  
 
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Draft registration
Draft registration
Everett William Beck 
 
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Draft registration, 1942: Charles Reid Sewell
Draft registration, 1942: Charles Reid Sewell
 
 
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Draft registration: Curnow
Draft registration: Curnow
James Curnow 
 
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Draft registration: Giesen
Draft registration: Giesen
Charles William Giesen registered for the draft in 1941 in Superior, Wisconsin. 
 
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Draft registration: Jack Best
Draft registration: Jack Best
Jack BEST, residing Route 2, Box 12, Greensboro, N.C. (Gilford Co.); mailing address: Newman Machine Co., Inc., Greensboro, N.C.; age 40, born 16 May 1901 in Plymouth, England. Contact person: Mrs. Jean BEST at same address. Employer's name, G. F. Newman. Signed Jack BEST. 
 
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Draft registration; 1942: Verner R. Smitham
Draft registration; 1942: Verner R. Smitham
 
 
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Drowning incident (cont): William Wonnacott
Drowning incident (cont): William Wonnacott
Published in New York Herald, 17 July 1911 
 
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Drowning incident: William Wonnacott
Drowning incident: William Wonnacott
Published in New York Herald, 17 July 1911 
 
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Drowning: Charles F. Coombe
Drowning: Charles F. Coombe
Published in The Highland Weekly News (Hillsborough, Highland County, Ohio), 6 July 1876. 
 
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E. McGuire
E. McGuire
Little is known of Edwin McGuire; the name in this clipping, dated 24 May 1878, may or may not be him. 
 
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Easterbrook: Newspaper article
Easterbrook: Newspaper article
Written in Australian newspaper regarding deaths of William Easterbrook and his wife, Ann. 
 
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Engagement of Eileen Spackman
Engagement of Eileen Spackman
Her engagement was announced in the Northampton Mercury on 27 June 1941. 
 
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Entertainment advertisement
Entertainment advertisement
Listing Guy Leopold and Alice Fitzroy 
 
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Funeral announcement: Ada Nosworthy
Funeral announcement: Ada Nosworthy
 
 
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Funeral Announcement: Alvus H. Patterson
Funeral Announcement: Alvus H. Patterson
 
 
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Funeral announcement: James Nosworthy
Funeral announcement: James Nosworthy
 
 
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Funeral Announcement: V. R. Smitham
Funeral Announcement: V. R. Smitham
 
 
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Funeral announcement: William Wonnacott.
Funeral announcement: William Wonnacott.
Published in Buffalo Courier, 1 December 1920 
 
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Funeral record: Zula Anna Bartley
Funeral record: Zula Anna Bartley
She died at the age of 32 from a gunshot wound of her chest and abdomen; it appears she was not living with her husband at the time of her death. 
 
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Honors: Richard Facey Crowther
Honors: Richard Facey Crowther
Richard Facey CROWTHER, in the Company of Shipwright, was made a Freeman of the City of London on 14 July 1888. 
 
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Immigration: Duke and Warwick
Immigration: Duke and Warwick
John William Duke sailed on the S. S. Teutonic with his son, William, and his son in law, Joseph Warwick to Canada in 1913. They arrived in Quebec on 14 September 1913. 
 
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Immigration: Faith Duke
Immigration: Faith Duke
Faith Duke travelled with 3 children on the S. S. Teutonic which arrived in Saint John, New Brunswick on 6 February 1914. Her children were identified as George Edgar, age 14; Helena Faith, age 11, and Grant Arthur, age 9. [Grant may be incorrect for Ernest]. Her husband, son William, and Joseph Warwick had arrived earlier on 14 September 1913. 
 
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Immigration: Marie Caroline Warwick, nee Duke
Immigration: Marie Caroline Warwick, nee Duke
Marie Caroline WARWICK travelled with her two young children, Joseph and Vivian, on the same ship as her mother, arriving in Saint John, New Brunswick on 6 February 1914. Her eventual destination, like her mother, would be Toronto, Ontario. 
 
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Immigration: Norsworthy 1924
Immigration: Norsworthy 1924
In June 1924, Chester and Carrie Norsworthy travelled with John Thomas and Amelia Norsworthy to California for permanent residence. 
 
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Immigration: Stancombe
Immigration: Stancombe
James Stancombe and his wife, Florence, along with Florence's brother, Alexander Warren, left Liverpool, England on the Pavonia, and arrived at Boston on 2 April 1895. 
 
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Immigration: Thomas Clarke Watson
Immigration: Thomas Clarke Watson
He most likely arrived on the S. S. Tunisian, 2 November 1901, in Montreal, Quebec. 
 
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Immigration: Walker
Immigration: Walker
Passenger list showing Thomas and Harriet Walker with their four oldest children, Mary A., Caroline, Martha, and Thomas. 
 
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Intent to marry: Wonacott and Brooks
Intent to marry: Wonacott and Brooks
On 19 September 1872, Samuel Wonacott and Mary Brooks stated their intention to marry in Woburn, Massachusetts. 
 
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Jeckell divorce, 1930
Jeckell divorce, 1930
Announced in Reno Evening Gazette 
 
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John Charles Norsworthy
John Charles Norsworthy
As enumerator of the 1906 census for his district in Manitoba, John left us pages of his handwriting.  
 
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Letters of administration: John Morrison
Letters of administration: John Morrison
John Morrison died without a will. Letters of administration given to his sister, Elizabeth Nesworthy, a widow. 
 
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Livery Barn item: John T. Norsworthy
Livery Barn item: John T. Norsworthy
 
 
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Machon: AKA as Marchon
Machon: AKA as Marchon
Both Daniel and his son, Albert, appeared in the 1883 Directory for West Bay City, Michigan. 
 
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Marriage announcement: Coombe and Freeman
Marriage announcement: Coombe and Freeman
John V. Coombe married Bernice Freeman in June 1934. Published in the Daily Illini, Tuesday 5 June 1934, pg. 3 
 
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Marriage announcement: Williams and Yelland
Marriage announcement: Williams and Yelland
Wilfred L. Williams and Bessie Yelland 
 

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