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1 "Buried in an unmarked grave near Bossy Wheeler" as told to me on 1 Mar 2017 by his granddaughter, Mrs Florence May Jones Knight Tally. Sullivan, George Franklin "Frank" (P1714)
2 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (P1210)
3 Alternate Date: 23 Mar 1999 Harman, Maxene N (P1390)
4 at the home of his son, Robert Lee Clore. The name of the father on the DC is wrong, it should be James William Clore and the maiden name of mother is Blankenbaker. Rob Clore should have known his own grandparents as they were buried on his property. Clore, James Lee (P1149)
5 Attended Kalamazoo College from 1861/62 through the 1862/63 school year.
Edwin had his name changed from Edwin Easton Bullock to Edwin Bullock Easton Bullock by act of Michigan legislature in 1857. He was a theological student at Kalamazoo College until he enlisted in Co. B 26th Reg't. Michigan Volunteers.
Bullock, Edwin Easton (P188)
6 Battle of Petersburg - Civil War Bullock, Edwin Easton (P188)
7 Birth year on gravestone is 1875 but the inscription is that his age was 72 years 7 monthshe was 71 per his death certificate; gravestone year was obviously inscribed incorrrectly Everhart, Emanuel (P6214)
8 Came to America on ship "Neptune", Captain Thomas Wilkinson, from Rotterdam. Arrived at the Port of Philadelphia, PA on October 25, 1746. Took the oath of allegiance and signed his name in German. Name translates as Valladin Leonhardt. Also written as Valentin Löhnhard. 
Leonardt, Johan Paul Valentine (P1945)
9 Daughter Geraldine says he is buried somewhere in west Kansas Penfield, Sanford Leroy (P5363)
10 Died intestate. Letters of Administration were granted to John Wheeler 7 March 1735, with Ignatius Mitchell and Thomas Mitchell as sureties. Wheeler, Thomas (P1640)
11 Dorcas died at the home of her great-nephew, Charles H. Cox, according to the Virginia Herald, 21 March 1890. Sullivan, Dorcas (P1214)
12 Family Cemetery near Craig's Church, Paytes, Spotsylvania, Va Tyler, Margaret Leona "Maggie" (P296)
13 Headstone reads "Fugit Aetas Carpet Diem" Youth passes, seize the day Oliver, Lancelot (P4678)
14 Fletcher, Timothy Rae (P348)
15 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (P6)
16 John Edwin Grubbs John Edwin Grubbs, 77, of West Frankfort died at 5:20 p.m, Tuesday in Memorial Hospital. He had been residing with his daughter, Mrs. Howard (Norma) Harkins of 913 Rudy. Funeral services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Friday in Stone Funeral Grubbs, John Edwin (P29)
17 Mary E Dunaway's younger sister Dunaway, Sarah Jane "Sally" (P640)
18 Pneumonia following influenzainformant was JW Crews Grubbs, Dasie (P413)
19 see 1850 census Fletcher, Martha Elizabeth (P363)
20 see 1850 census Fletcher, Lucy Elizabeth (P582)
21 She died one month after giving birth to daughter Comfort. Welles, Comfort (P6390)
22 Signed on daughter, Elizabeth's marriage bond on 10 Jan 1840. So he died sometime after this, because he does not appear on 1850 census. Midkiff, David (P5590)
23 William Jackson Herndon, son of John B Herndon and Sarah E Webb and husband of Blanche Herndon, died on June 28, 1950, in Rhoadesville, Virginia, when he was 80 years old. Herndon, William Jackson "Willie" (P1667)
24 WW1 registration Fletcher, John Thomas (P599)