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8151 William THURLING in Free BMD Transcription & 1911 Census STIRLING, William (I1646)
 
8152 William Turl was a bachelor and Kerenhappuck Sweetland was a sprinter at the time of their marriage. He was a farmer at the time.

William Putham Turl was 60 years old when he married Agnes Saunders. She was 59 years old.
His occupation was a porter in a coal yard and she worked as a dressmaker.
They married in the Chard Street Chapel 27 March, 1891. (He was a widower and she was a widow).

Witnesses to their marriage were Joseph and Mary Crawley.

In 1865, when William and Kerenhappuch Turl's son Tom was born he signed his name with an X on the birth certificate

1861-Married to Kerenherpuch, Living in Sidbury-a Farmer 1871-Living at Kingsdon Cottages, Colyton--a Coal Haulier 1881-Living in Station Road Seaton- Foreman in Coal Yard-(Bradfords?) 1891Married to Agnes still living in Station Road and atill Foreman in Coalyard 1901- Retired and living in Beer. When William and Agnes got married the Witnesses to the marriage Joseph and Mary Crawley
 
TURL, William Putham (I495)
 
8153 William was a Farmer. Holsapple, William, R5200, NY Line, soldier applied Octo ber 4, 1736 Franklin Co VT aged 85 a resident of St. Armand in Lower Canada, so ldier enlisted at Claverack New York & he was born there in 1751 & after the Re volutionary War he moved to Canada, soldier's brother John Hulsapple of Ghent, New York was aged 80 in 1836, soldier's daughter Mary Krans signed p.o.a. Octob er 24, 1853 in Franklin Co VT aged 63 & a W. (P.or T.) Krans was a witness to h er aff'dt, soldier died March 15, 1843 leaving a widow Mary who died April 8, 1 853. Sources: Author: Title: Arthur C. M. Kelly Baptism Record of Reformed Church, Claverack, (Columbia County New York, 1727-1899 Publication : Kinship, Rhinebeck, New York Repository: Note: Call Number: Publi cation: Kinship, Rhinebeck, New York Note: Abbrev: Baptisms, CLRC Type: GEDCOM 5.5 Date: 27 MAR 2001 Note: Page 9, Item No. 184 Author: Title: Ar thur C. M. Kelly Baptism Record of Reformed Church, Claverack, (Columbia County New York, 1727-1899 Publication: Kinship, Rhinebeck, New York Repository: Note: Call Number: Publication: Kinship, Rhinebeck, New York Note: Abbrev: Baptisms, CLRC Type: GEDCOM 5.5 Date: 27 MAR 2001 Note: Page 9, Item 184 Author: Virgil D. White Title: Geneological Abstracts of Revolutio nary War Pension Files Publication: The National Histrocial Publishing Compan y, 1991, Waynesboro, TN Abbrev: Pension Files, Rev. War Type: Book, w/Auth. & Ed. Title: Mike Bathrick's Home Page http://gemini.berkshire.net/~bathrick/ genealogy Publication: Holsapple 5 May 2000 Abbrev: Bathrick Web Page, Hols apple Type: Web Site Author: Title: Arthur C. M. Kelly Marriage Record of Reformed Church, Claverack, New York, 1727-1899 Publication: Kinship, Rhinebe ck, New York Repository: Note: Call Number: Publication: Kinship, R hinebeck, New York Note: Abbrev: Marriages, CLRC Type: GEDCOM 5.5 Date: 27 MAR 2001 Note: Page 6, Item No. 156 This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/heartgold65/1/data/100104104 HOLSAPEL, Willem (I4146)
 
8154 William was in the workhouse at Lyminge in the 1871 census aged 6 years.In the census of 1891 he was living at Elham at Duck Street and working as a tailor, t he family were still there in 1901.On Williams death certificate it states that he was a tailor (journeyman) of Elham RD, although William died at the Workhou se in Lyminge. The death was registered 27th February 1908



 
PUNNETT, William (I16488)
 
8155 William went to the USA in 1871, settling initially in lllinios, USA. In 1876 he went to Miss ouri, and in 1902 he moved to Kansas, where he died in1926.

William went to the USA in 1871, settling initially in IL, USA. In 1876 he went to Missouri, and in 1902 he moved to Kansas, where he died in 1926 
ROBLIN, William Welman (I4949)
 
8156 William Wilton5 (David4, John 3, John 2, Philip1) son of David Roblin and Jane Ann Smith was born 1872. William married Fanny Holly Leslie daughter of Joseph Leslie and Mary Jane Holley. Fanny was born 1874.

William was an engineer. In 1901 William and Fanny were living in Ottawa.

The date of William's death is unknown though he is listed in the Beechwood Burial Register 1931-1955, Carleton, Ottawa. . Fanny died Sept 1, 1917, in Carleton, Ottawa, with her newborn child. 
ROBLIN, William Wilton (I5127)
 
8157 William's wife's name is not known they had at least one child: KINNER, William (I7295)
 
8158 Willougaby, Australia (St Leonards) SPEARPOINT, Elizabeth Ellen (I15761)
 
8159 Willowdale, ON ROBLIN, Rev Leander (I22946)
 
8160 Wilmot H. Roblin, 76, retired engineer and chief cannon inspector at the Watervliet Arsenal, died suddenly late Saturday at his
residence, 3 Frear Avenue, Troy.
Prominent in Masonic circles, Mr. Roblin resided in Troy for the last nine years. He was born in Watertown on March 25, 1877
and lived most of his life in Watervliet. His wife was the former Berniece Robertson.
He retired in 1947 as senior ordnance engineer and chief inspector of the cannon department after 45 years service.
He was a member of St. John's Episcopal church.
Mr. Roblin was past master of Evening Star Lodge, F&AM, Watervliet; past high priest of Hudson River Chapter, RAM; and
a member of Apollo Commandery, Knights Templar.
Besides his wife, he is survived by one daughter, Mrs. William R. Harrison of Troy; three sons, John H., and Wilmot R. Roblin,
both of Troy and Walter K. Roblin of Menards; a brother Frank A. Roblin, Buffalo; and two sisters, Mrs. George E. Barclay and
Mrs. Guy S. Kellogg, both of New York City; and nine grandchildren.
Private funeral services will be held from the Himes Funeral Home. Burial will be in the Oakwood Cemetery. 
ROBLIN, Wilmot Hoffman (I5156)
 
8161 Wilson was a bricklayer and glazier in 1791 and 1811. He was a builder in 1815. He owned Harrison's Farm, Trevanion St. Dover and built houses. In 1823-27 he was a bricklayer living at Trevanion Place Dover. From 1832-33 he was a bricklayer on Grubbins Lane, Dover. Thomasine died May 19, 1837 according to St. James Dover MI. Thomasine was bur. May 26, 1837 Hougham age 82 at St. James Dover. In 1838/39 Wilson was a grocer/tea dealer living at 1 Trevanion St. Dover. Pigot's 1839 Directory also shows Wilson as a livery stable keeper at 11 Trevanion St. Wilson was a grocer in 1841 living on Trevanion St. His daughter Susannah Nowers and her family were living with him. Wilson died Sept. 11, 1844 according to St. James Dover MI. He was bur. Sept. 16, 1844 age 86 in a vault in St. James Churchyard. Wilson left a Will (Canterbury Consistory Court Will Book 71 #94 Dover 1845)

Note: Trevanion Street was a narrow thoroughfare leading from St. James' Churchyard to the sea. At the seaward end of the street was Trevanion House. That was modern, but near its site, and extending over land on the cliff side northwards, was the mansion of John Trevanion who became a Dover resident and freeman in 1769…he died in 1810. At the time when the mansion of John Trevanion was in its glory (1774-1806), the land around it was pastoral, the area between Trevanion and Woolcomber Streets being occupied by Trevanion's "Home Farm", which later was called "Harrison's" and the last holder of it was Mr. Wilson GATES, who built on the site houses forming the west side of the seaward end of Trevanion Street. In 1822, part of the site of Trevanion's mansion was used by the Dover Gaslight Company.

Mr. Wilson Gates bought a strange dwelling built at the foot of the cliffs and partly in the cliffs, called Smith's Folly in 1844, which he took down and sold off the land as building plots.

Mr. Nowers had his premises in Trevanion St. purchased by the Dover Gas Light Company which adjoined his property.

In June and July 1973 gravestones were taken up and removed to make room for an access road to the Sports Centre car park. Included in these were the stones for Wilson Gates, Thomasine Gates, Edward Nowers, Elizabeth Nowers and Susanna Nowers. 
GATES, Wilson (I2131)
 
8162 Wilton VANDUSEN, Adelaide (I9224)
 
8163 Winifred EE HORN granddaughter 1895 Sourton living with her in the 1901 census TUCKER, Jane (I8029)
 
8164 Wisconsin State Journal - May 9 1960
Killer Uncertain in Couple's Death

Police Sunday investigating the murder-suicide of a Madison West side couple were still unable to determine who wielded the murder weapon.

Deputy Corner John W. Stevenson and Dist. Atty. William Byrne Sunday said a ruling on the deaths of John Buending, 20. and his wife Florence, 34 would have to wait for the results of tests to be conducted by the State Crime Laboratory today.

The couple died in a murder suicide shooting Saturday night in the basement of their home at 4609 Windigo Trail.

The gun involved, a .22 caliber automatic pistol, was found under Buending's right foot.

Charles Wilson, director of the lab, said that tests would be run to determine if the pistol involved fired the bullets taken from the bodies; and to determine who did the firing, by analyzing tissue samples believed to contain powder residue, and by firing a test pattern to ascertain the distance between each victim's skin and the muzzle of the gun.

Previous Arrest
Buending had previously been arrested on Nov. 20, 1958, and charged with reckless use of firearms, when he pointed a rifle at a man at 210 N. Lathrop St. Police worked late Saturday and Sunday to reconstruct the chain of events that led to the Buendings' deaths.

According to their reports, the Buendings left their recently purchased home together about 12:20 p.m. in their car.

Visits Bar
They drove to the home of Mrs. Buending's mother, Mrs. Louise Gross, at 302 N. Hillside terrace, where Mrs Buending was to have lunch and spend the afternoon. Buending left her there and went to Jingle's Stadium Bar, 1419 Monroe St.
He sped the afternoon there drinking beer, according to William E. O'Brien, 1228 Mound St., owner of the tavern. O'Brien said he did not consider Buending intoxicated at the time he left.
Buending talked to his wife twice while he was at the bar. Mrs. Gross told police and the Wisconsin State Journal that there was no argument between her daughter and son-in-law during the afternoon.

Apparent Argument
Buending left the bar about 5 p.m. and drove his 1956 red and white Plymouth coupe to the Transport Oil Co. filling station at 2843 University ave. While there he called his wife again. Mrs Buending had taken her mother's car and left for home after deciding that her husband would probably not pick her up, Mrs Gross said Sunday.

Donald Gust, 406 Hilldale St, an attendant at the filling station said that Buending apparently argued with his wife, while at the station, when he learned that she had taken her mother's car to go home.

Hit and Run
Buending left the station and almost immediately ran into another car. Instead of stopping, he drove off in the direction of his home. A witness to the accident took Buending's licence number and give it to police.
Police traced the car to his residence and about 7 p.m. Special Investigator Fred Hall went to the home. Both Buending's and Mrs. Gross's car were parked in the driveway, and lighter were on in the house. But Hall could get no answer when he knocked at the door and left.
About 8 p.m. Mrs Gross called Mrs. Harry Kissane, 4615 Windigo trail; the next-door neighbor after she was unable to get an answer at the home by phone. When Mrs. Kissane told her that both cars were in the driveway and the house lights were on, she became worried.

Bodies Discovered
She phone Policeman John Randall, 1114 Pontiac trail, who had been giving her driving lessons, and asked him to check at the residence. After knocking several times, Randall spotted the bodies when he looked in a basement window.
The picture that emerged of the young couple was one of devotion. Mrs Gross said Sunday that the Buendings had met more than a year ago.
Two daughters by her former marriage live with her ex-husband, Bernard Fluaitt at Whitewater.

Had Eloped
The Buendings eloped to Iowa 11 months ago, Mrs Gross said, and had lived with her for about three months after their marriage. During that time her new son-in-law had given her an impression of stability. He was a very likeable person, she said.
She had not known that Buending ever owned a gun. "If he did, I never saw it," she said Sunday. The pistol was kept in a tackle box. It was of a type commonly used by sportsmen to kill large game fish. Mrs Gross said Buending had been an avid fisherman.
Buending was a native of Hastings, Minn. He came to Madison originally as a civil engineering student at the University of Wisconsin.

"Good Natured Guy"
He had previously attended the University of Minnesota, where he played freshman football. When he ran out of money in his junior year at the University of Wisconsin he went to work for the Dane County Highway department as an engineering aid.
County Highway Commissioner Ray R. Swann said Saturday night that he knew Buending only casually, but that he was "a good natured guy, You'd think that nothing ever bothered him." Buending would have been 26 years old next month, "I had already given him his birthday gift," Mrs. Gross said. The gift was money to pay for his new car registration.
In a gesture of charity, Mrs Gross gave doctors permission to take her daughters eyes for the eye bank at Madison General Hospital. While she was undergoing a cesarean section in a futile attempt to save her unborn child.
In addition to Mrs. Gross, Mrs Buending is survived by her two daughters, Karen and Debbie Lynn, both in Whitewater, and two brothers, William Gross, Dearborn, Mich, and Joseph, Rochester, N.Y.
Buending is survived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Buending, Hastings, Minn., and by his maternal grandparents Mr. and Mrs. John Bellman, Ft. Atkinson.
The bodies were taken to the Frautschi funeral home, 120 E. Wilson st. Friends may call at the funeral home after 3 p.m. today.

A prayer service will be held at 8 p.m. tonight. The bodies will be taken to Ft. Atkinson for funeral services and burial later. 
BUENDING, John C (I3855)
 
8165 Wisconsin State Journal - May 9 1960
Killer Uncertain in Couple's Death

Police Sunday investigating the murder-suicide of a Madison West side couple were still unable to determine who wielded the murder weapon.

Deputy Corner John W. Stevenson and Dist. Atty. William Byrne Sunday said a ruling on the deaths of John Buending, 20. and his wife Florence, 34 would have to wait for the results of tests to be conducted by the State Crime Laboratory today.

The couple died in a murder suicide shooting Saturday night in the basement of their home at 4609 Windigo Trail.

The gun involved, a .22 caliber automatic pistol, was found under Buending's right foot.

Charles Wilson, director of the lab, said that tests would be run to determine if the pistol involved fired the bullets taken from the bodies; and to determine who did the firing, by analyzing tissue samples believed to contain powder residue, and by firing a test pattern to ascertain the distance between each victim's skin and the muzzle of the gun.

Previous Arrest
Buending had previously been arrested on Nov. 20, 1958, and charged with reckless use of firearms, when he pointed a rifle at a man at 210 N. Lathrop St. Police worked late Saturday and Sunday to reconstruct the chain of events that led to the Buendings' deaths.

According to their reports, the Buendings left their recently purchased home together about 12:20 p.m. in their car.

Visits Bar
They drove to the home of Mrs. Buending's mother, Mrs. Louise Gross, at 302 N. Hillside terrace, where Mrs Buending was to have lunch and spend the afternoon. Buending left her there and went to Jingle's Stadium Bar, 1419 Monroe St.
He sped the afternoon there drinking beer, according to William E. O'Brien, 1228 Mound St., owner of the tavern. O'Brien said he did not consider Buending intoxicated at the time he left.
Buending talked to his wife twice while he was at the bar. Mrs. Gross told police and the Wisconsin State Journal that there was no argument between her daughter and son-in-law during the afternoon.

Apparent Argument
Buending left the bar about 5 p.m. and drove his 1956 red and white Plymouth coupe to the Transport Oil Co. filling station at 2843 University ave. While there he called his wife again. Mrs Buending had taken her mother's car and left for home after deciding that her husband would probably not pick her up, Mrs Gross said Sunday.

Donald Gust, 406 Hilldale St, an attendant at the filling station said that Buending apparently argued with his wife, while at the station, when he learned that she had taken her mother's car to go home.

Hit and Run
Buending left the station and almost immediately ran into another car. Instead of stopping, he drove off in the direction of his home. A witness to the accident took Buending's licence number and give it to police.
Police traced the car to his residence and about 7 p.m. Special Investigator Fred Hall went to the home. Both Buending's and Mrs. Gross's car were parked in the driveway, and lighter were on in the house. But Hall could get no answer when he knocked at the door and left.
About 8 p.m. Mrs Gross called Mrs. Harry Kissane, 4615 Windigo trail; the next-door neighbor after she was unable to get an answer at the home by phone. When Mrs. Kissane told her that both cars were in the driveway and the house lights were on, she became worried.

Bodies Discovered
She phone Policeman John Randall, 1114 Pontiac trail, who had been giving her driving lessons, and asked him to check at the residence. After knocking several times, Randall spotted the bodies when he looked in a basement window.
The picture that emerged of the young couple was one of devotion. Mrs Gross said Sunday that the Buendings had met more than a year ago.
Two daughters by her former marriage live with her ex-husband, Bernard Fluaitt at Whitewater.

Had Eloped
The Buendings eloped to Iowa 11 months ago, Mrs Gross said, and had lived with her for about three months after their marriage. During that time her new son-in-law had given her an impression of stability. He was a very likeable person, she said.
She had not known that Buending ever owned a gun. "If he did, I never saw it," she said Sunday. The pistol was kept in a tackle box. It was of a type commonly used by sportsmen to kill large game fish. Mrs Gross said Buending had been an avid fisherman.
Buending was a native of Hastings, Minn. He came to Madison originally as a civil engineering student at the University of Wisconsin.

"Good Natured Guy"
He had previously attended the University of Minnesota, where he played freshman football. When he ran out of money in his junior year at the University of Wisconsin he went to work for the Dane County Highway department as an engineering aid.
County Highway Commissioner Ray R. Swann said Saturday night that he knew Buending only casually, but that he was "a good natured guy, You'd think that nothing ever bothered him." Buending would have been 26 years old next month, "I had already given him his birthday gift," Mrs. Gross said. The gift was money to pay for his new car registration.
In a gesture of charity, Mrs Gross gave doctors permission to take her daughters eyes for the eye bank at Madison General Hospital. While she was undergoing a cesarean section in a futile attempt to save her unborn child.
In addition to Mrs. Gross, Mrs Buending is survived by her two daughters, Karen and Debbie Lynn, both in Whitewater, and two brothers, William Gross, Dearborn, Mich, and Joseph, Rochester, N.Y.
Buending is survived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Buending, Hastings, Minn., and by his maternal grandparents Mr. and Mrs. John Bellman, Ft. Atkinson.
The bodies were taken to the Frautschi funeral home, 120 E. Wilson st. Friends may call at the funeral home after 3 p.m. today.

A prayer service will be held at 8 p.m. tonight. The bodies will be taken to Ft. Atkinson for funeral services and burial later. 
GROSS, Florence (I37508)
 
8166 Wish to be buried in St. Stephens [St Albans]

St. Stephen St. Albans Burials
21 April 1778 - affd.* returned - Mr Thoms Knowlton from Park Street was buried April 18 Mary Knowton was buried Mary 26 1795.

* at this time an addifavit had to be produced to say the person had been buried in whool otherwise there was a fine - it was to help England's wool trade! 
KNOWLTON, Thomas (I3762)
 
8167 With a wife and child WILTSHIRE, Ebenezer (I36683)
 
8168 With Basil E KING in the 1891 census her cousin WOOD, Clarissa M (I1593)
 
8169 With brother Samuel KEMP, Ethel Louisa (I3913)
 
8170 With g/parents in 1861 Census

Marriages Sep 1878 EMBLIN William Frome 5c 742A Denning Emma Frome 5c 742A

Shepton Mallet 4 Jul 1855 - Martha Emblen 1/6d per week + costs against William Hodges 
EMBLIN, William Frank (I6776)
 
8171 With Grandparents & Father if this is his father POLLEY, Leslie Jerrold Jr. (I12850)
 
8172 With her Grandmother from the time of her mothers death BRADBURY, Amelia Alice Gertrude (I7605)
 
8173 With her sister Alice and her family (Nash) BRADBURY, Mary Beatrice (I2236)
 
8174 With his brother Stephen ROBLIN, John Nelson (I9784)
 
8175 With his mother, under the name of Willie McGuire 4 months old (states Feb as his month of birth) Mother is also using the name McGuire. POLLEY, William Harrison (I7583)
 
8176 With his parents ROBLIN, Philip UE (I10049)
 
8177 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. LIVINGSTONE, Allan (I3506)
 
8178 With regard to Leonard Cannell, after he died his widow, Edith nee King, married Arthur Nichols. According to Nichols family headstone he died on the Titanic. KING, Edith Louisa (I7259)
 
8179 with Robert, at Burngreave Cemetery
 
MCNALTY, Maria (I47)
 
8180 With sister Ethel KEMP, Samuel Cashaw (I3871)
 
8181 With Sydney & Ella (Parents) GILHAM, Ethel May (I1758)
 
8182 Within Seven Miles Of Edinburgh Scotland STEWART, Margaret (I4900)
 
8183 witn: Daniel A. McCALLUM, Sarah F. McCALLUM, both York Twp Family F587
 
8184 Witness Francis Knowlton PITCHFORD & Annie Nash - St Marylebone

14th inst. at Marylebone church, by the Rev. C. Driscoll, Daniel Nash, only son of Daniel Nash, Esq. of South Benfleet, in this county, to Marian, only daughter of T. Pitchford, Esq. of Oxford-street, London. - Chelmsford Chronicle - Friday 24 February 1843 
Family F2486
 
8185 Witness to both parent's deaths, could have lived their longer HOPKINS, James William (I13050)
 
8186 Witness to death is J.W. HOPKINS (son) HOPKINS, Joseph (I13051)
 
8187 Witness to death is J.W. HOPKINS (son) ARMSTRONG, Margaret (I13211)
 
8188 Witness to his brother Ernest's wedding WATSON, Robert (I8128)
 
8189 Witness to his father's death MOORE, Hiram (I13162)
 
8190 Witnessed by Ellen R. WATCH and A.M. LENT of Belleville. Family F3621
 
8191 witnessed by Richard Miller & John Strafer(?) Family F296
 
8192 Witnessed by Thos Kinner & Irene Taylor (Neill?) Family F941
 
8193 witnesses Abel Elliott, Mary Huntley Family F2276
 
8194 Witnesses Amelia Stock, Ernest Lambert
3 Apr 1900 John Albert Vincent, aged 25, labourer, living Ditcheat, married Mary Ann Lansdown, aged 22. Fathers were Charles Vincent, labourer, and her father was left blank. Witnesses Amelia Stock, Ernest Lambert. 
Family F2199
 
8195 Witnesses Edward Green, Richard Lansdown, Sarah Cullen Family F508
 
8196 Witnesses Henry McAuley & Fanny Conners Family F3853
 
8197 Witnesses John TIMMS and Ann RYELAND Family F994
 
8198 Witnesses Joseph William Cox, Mary Matilda Cox
7 Jun 1892 Enoch Trimby, aged 24, labourer, married Emily Ann Emblin, aged 27, (both living Coleford). His father was Josiah Trimby, labourer, her father left blank. Witnesses Joseph William Cox, Mary Matilda Cox. 
Family F626
 
8199 Witnesses Oliver Cox, Elizabeth Cox
William Cox, aged 20, married Emma Target (sic) aged 24, on 2 Aug 1877 at Evercreech. His father William Cox, her father Stephen Target. Witnesses Oliver Cox, Elizabeth Cox. 
Family F2409
 
8200 Witnesses Osbourne Witcombe, Emma Louisa Treasure
1 Mar 1897 Alfred Parfitt Lansdowne (sic) aged 22, fitter, married Frances Jane Witcombe, aged 23. Fathers were Albert Lansdowne (sic) labourer, and George Witcombe, stonemason. Witnesses Osbourne Witcombe, Emma Louisa Treasure 
Family F2208
 

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