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101 CHAN1 Apr 2006 Family: F1524
Family: F843
 
102 CHAN1 Apr 2006 Family: F844
 
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113 CHAN1 Apr 2006 Family: F857
 
114 CHAN1 Apr 2006 Family: F859
 
115 CHAN1 Apr 2006 Family: F860
 
116 CHAN1 Apr 2006 Family: F861
 
117 Civil ceremony at Brides home Family: F2240
 
118 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family: F1685
 
119 Cook County, Illinois Marriage Index, 1930-1960
about Charles F. Mulliken
Name: Charles F. Mulliken
Marriage Date: 31 Aug 1935
Spouse: Kathleen
Marriage Location: Cook County, IL
Marriage license: {DEB6642C-8850-4184-9F5D-2AFB0CCBE8BE}
File Number: 1462518
Archive collection name: Cook County Genealogy Records (Marriages)
Archive repository location: Chicago, IL
Archive repository name: Cook County Clerk 
Family: F7552
 
120 Cook County, Illinois Marriage Index, 1930-1960
about Charles F. Mulliken
Name: Charles F. Mulliken
Marriage Date: 31 Aug 1935
Spouse: Kathleen
Marriage Location: Cook County, IL
Marriage license: {DEB6642C-8850-4184-9F5D-2AFB0CCBE8BE}
File Number: 1462518
Archive collection name: Cook County Genealogy Records (Marriages)
Archive repository location: Chicago, IL
Archive repository name: Cook County Clerk 
Family: F7552
 
121 County Clerk Family: F9479
 
122 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family: F805
 
123 CRANSTON, A. LENORE, 67, a beloved educator of West Main Street, died Saturday (March 11, 2006) in Ft. Myers, Florida. A lifelong resident of North Kingstown, she was a daughter of the late Senator George C. Cranston and Marjorie A. (Main) Cranston, R.N.

A dedicated Educator of Physical Education, she was employed with the North Kingstown School System for 30 years, retiring in 1990. A graduate of North Kingstown High School, class of 1956. She received her Bachelor's Degree, Summa Cum Laude, from Springfield College and her Master's in Education from University of Rhode Island. She was a communicant of St. Paul's Episcopal Church and a volunteer at 'Joseph's Coat'.

She was the recipient of many awards including the 1980 Coach of The Year Award from the U.R.I. Athletic Dept.; 1980 Coach of The Year Award from the R.I. Basketball Coaches Assn; 1987 Coaches Assn. Award for Contribution to Girls Basketball; 1988 Alice Sullivan Award for service to Women's Athletics presented by R.I. Board of Basketball Officials; 1991 Association of R.I. Women in Sports Award for Service, now presented as the A. Lenore Cranston Award. In 2003 the School Committee of North Kingstown renamed the gym at North Kingstown High School as 'The A. Lenore Cranston Gymnasium'. On May 4, 2005 she was inducted into the R.I. Interscholastic League High School Athletic Hall of Fame. An avid golfer, she served as president of the North Kingstown Women's Twilight League. She enjoyed photography and gardening.

She was the beloved sister of Gail R. Seymour of North Kingstown and the late George C. 'Cy' Cranston and David S. Cranston, Sr. Loving sister-in-law of Patricia A. Cranston and Ted Seymour both of North Kingstown. Devoted friend of Carol R. Shipman of North Kingstown. Cherished aunt of several nieces and nephews.

A Requiem Eucharist will be celebrated Thursday at 11 a.m. in St. Paul's Episcopal Church, 55 Main Street, Wickford Village, North Kingstown. Relatives and friends are invited and may call Wednesday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. in THE CRANSTON-MURPHY FUNERAL HOME of WICKFORD, 140 West Main Street, Wickford Village, North Kingstown. Gifts in her memory to St. Paul's Episcopal Church, 55 Main St., North Kingstown, RI 02852 or South County Habitat for Humanity, 25 West Independence Way, Kingston, RI 02881 would be appreciated.

Published in The Providence Journal on 3/14/2006. 
Family: F1696
A. Lenore CRANSTON
 
124 Database: Michigan Marriages to 1850


September 27, 2004September 27, 2004
6:57 PM5:05 PM
Spouse 1 Spouse 2 Marriage Date Marriage Location
Green, Sarah D. Sanborn, Dearborn H. 10 Jul 1846 Michigan
Lapeer County

Source Information:
Dodd, Jordan R, et. al. Early American Marriages: Michigan to 1850. Bountiful, UT: Precision Indexing Publishers, 19xx.
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Lapeer Co., Marriages (microfilm at Library of Michigan)
p. 95
Dearborn Sanborn, 20, to Sarah D. Green, 15, at the home of Nathan Green
Witnesses: Harmon Barnes & Martin J. Crampton
10 July 1846 
Family: F4773
 
125 Died at approximately 1 year of age Family: F1688
Anna DUNNING
 
126 Divorce
Date: 01 JUN 1655
Place: New Amsterdam, New Netherlands
Memo: John Hicks was granted a divorce from Herodias in the court at New Amsterdam by Governor Peter Stuyvesant. The original decree is in the state archives at Albany and an abstract follows:
"Wij de Heeren Raaden van N. Nederlant gesien en geleesen sijnde t request van John Hicks Schout tot Flissingen opt Lange Eijlant waer bij hij remonstreert en te kennen geeft dat sinj huijsvrouw Hardwood Longh van hem weck geloopen en met een ander omtrent 9 jaeren getrout is geweest en daer bij 5 a 6 kinderen heeft geprocureert; versocht derhalven dewijlen sijn huijsvrouw den bant vant houwelijcx hadden gebroocken (: sonder dat hij haer eenige reden daertoe hadde gegeven) dat hij mocht gequalificeert en hem teegelaten worden omme met eenich eerbare Dochter ofte Wedue te moogen in den houwelijken staat (:volgens politique en Ecclisiastique ordannantien) treeden. Soo is dat de welgemelde heeren Raaden gelet hebbende opt versoeck vande gemelde John Hicks mitsgaders op de attestatien en getuijgenissen van verscheijde waerlycke inwoonderen deser provincie aende voors. requeste geannexeert , bevinden dat John Hicks volgens goddel. & wereltl. rechten sijn versoeck niet can gewijert worden hebben hem dierhalven mits deesen verleent brieven van divortie en frij en vranck vande ... wedue ind H Staet... te moogen begeven volgens politique en ecclesiastique ordonnatie. Alsus gedaen ... engegeven in onse vergaderinge Advy ut supra N. Nederlant en met onse cachet in Rooden wassche hier opgedruct bevestigt. Was getreeckent, Nicasius De Sille, La mantagne, Corn. van Tienhove." 
Family: F2
 
127 Divorce
Date: 01 JUN 1655
Place: New Amsterdam, New Netherlands
Memo: John Hicks was granted a divorce from Herodias in the court at New Amsterdam by Governor Peter Stuyvesant. The original decree is in the state archives at Albany and an abstract follows:
"Wij de Heeren Raaden van N. Nederlant gesien en geleesen sijnde t request van John Hicks Schout tot Flissingen opt Lange Eijlant waer bij hij remonstreert en te kennen geeft dat sinj huijsvrouw Hardwood Longh van hem weck geloopen en met een ander omtrent 9 jaeren getrout is geweest en daer bij 5 a 6 kinderen heeft geprocureert; versocht derhalven dewijlen sijn huijsvrouw den bant vant houwelijcx hadden gebroocken (: sonder dat hij haer eenige reden daertoe hadde gegeven) dat hij mocht gequalificeert enhem teegelaten worden omme met eenich eerbare Dochter ofte Wedue te moogen in den houwelijken staat (:volgens politique en Ecclisiastique ordannantien) treeden. Soo is dat de welgemelde heeren Raaden gelet hebbende opt versoeck vande gemelde John Hicks mitsgaders op de attestatien en getuijgenissen van verscheijde waerlycke inwoonderen deser provincie aende voors. requeste geannexeert , bevinden dat John Hicks volgens goddel. & wereltl. rechten sijn versoeck niet can gewijert worden hebben hem dierhalvenmits deesen verleent brieven van divortie en frij en vranck vande ... wedue ind H Staet... te moogen begeven volgens politique en ecclesiastique ordonnatie. Alsus gedaen ... engegeven in onse vergaderinge Advy ut supra N. Nederlant en met onse cachet inRooden wassche hier opgedruct bevestigt. Was getreeckent, Nicasius De Sille, La mantagne, Corn. van Tienhove."@S287@ 
Family: F3565
 
128 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family: F1557
 
129 Edwin F. Mulliken married (1) Etta Rushford in 1902. They were divorced in 1906. They remarried in 1906 or 1907 and were divorced again in 1912. They were parents of 5 children: Raymond Mulliken, Vivian Mulliken, Sarah Mulliken, Kenneth Mulliken and Thelma Mulliken. They have all passed.
Note from Terri Mulliken Allen. 
Family: F1544
 
130 Elder Ezekiel /Angell/ Family: F1472
 
131 Electa Allen Chapman was a widow with 4 children by her first husband:
Samuel, Delea, Sophia, & Laura (Steuben). 
Family: F9683
 
132 Endowment House Family: F7466
 
133 Endowment House Family: F3826
 
134 Enos went to Canada with his parents in 1850. In 1854 be began teaching school. In 1859 he came from Canada to Pennsylvania again to marry Catherine., daughter of David Oberholzer and taught school until 1866. He then bought a farm in Towamensing township, Montgomery County, PA. Family: F22672
 
135 First Husband of Dortha Family: F5218
 
136 First Husband of Dortha Family: F997
 
137 First Husband of Dortha Family: F1972
 
138 From an old letter written by Ezra Holmes, Jrs., dated May 24, 1863:
"I don't know much of the Dawley boys. Hull was down to see me this
spring and I hain't heard from him since. Henry's wife has a young
son. We knew that Amanda had gone home and Barker did not. I wonder
if she has left him for good as he was all used up for funds and I
don't think her brother treated her very well and I don't think she
enjoyed California very well." 
Family: F7624
 
139 From Janet Bjorndahl: Nicholas' first wife might or might not have been Magdalena Widmer. One source of this possible marriage is that Anna's birth record lists her mother as Magdalena Widmer (Richard Davis). Donna Basinger also lists Nicholas' first wife and the mother of his first child as Magdalena Widmer (without quoting a source), but curiously, lists Anna as his second wife's daughter. If Magdalena was Nicholas' first wife, it is not certain which children beyond the first two (Hans and Anna) were hers. Larkins has suggested that if Magdalena was Nicholas' first wife, then the third child (Magdalena) was probably hers because of the name being the same (although her paternal great-grandmother was also a Magdalena). Given the slightly larger gap in birth dates between Magdalena and the next child (Nicholas), it is not unreasonable to suggest that the first 3 children were Magdalena's and the rest were Catherine's, but this is pure conjecture. It could as easily be argued that the first 5 were Magdalena's, because of the even larger gap between Jacob and Catharina. Family: F6276
 
140 From Janet Bjorndahl: The identity of Jacob Schantz's first wife as Magdalena Erb, daughter of Nicholas Erb, is not certain. However, his first wife was stated to be Magdalena (Ezra Eby, Richard Davis), and Magdalena Erb was stated to be married to a Johns (Shantz) of Leacock township (Alex Harris), and Jacob most likely resided in Leacock township for a while (Alex Harris). Family: F6280
 
141 From Richard Davis: All of their children were baptized at Wadenswil. Family: F6259
 
142 GARDINER, PRESTON S., 93, of North Kingstown died peacefully at home surrounded by his family on April 16, 2008.

He was born in Warwick, Rhode Island the son of the late Sylvester and Mabel (Hallene) Gardiner. Preston was the beloved and devoted husband of the late Mary (McKone) Gardiner to whom he was married for over 40 years until her death in 1987.

Preston was the cherished father of Mary L. Gardiner of Boston and Ann E. Gardiner of North Kingstown. He was also the brother of the late Gilbert S., Sr., Vernon E. and Fenwick G. Gardiner. He is also survived by many nieces and nephews.

He was a graduate of North Kingstown High School. Later, he worked for the Civilian Service Corps at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. On his return to RI, he was employed in the plant department of the New England Telephone Company. He retired in 1978 as a plant manager after 31 years of service.

Preston was a lifetime member of the South County Chapter of the Telephone Pioneers of America. He was also a lifetime member of the East Greenwich Volunteer Firemen's Association. He was also a communicant of Our Lady of Mercy Parish in East Greenwich.

For many years he has enjoyed spending his winters at his home in Titusville, Florida. He was a member of the LaCita Country Club in Titusville where he was able to play his favorite sport, golf. He was also a former member of the Potowomut Golf Club in Warwick.

Funeral Monday at 9:00am from the Hill Funeral Home, 822 Main St., E. Greenwich. Mass of Christian Burial at 10am at Our Lady of Mercy Church, Fourth Ave., East Greenwich. Burial will be in St. Patrick Cemetery, East Greenwich. Calling hours Sunday, 4-7pm. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Home and Hospice Care of RI, 169 George Street, Pawtucket, RI 02860.

Published in The Providence Journal on 4/18/2008 
Family: F1698
Preston Sylvester GARDINER
 
143 German reformed Church Family: F1625
 
144 Gertrude and Jack Beeching were married in the home of her parents onNapier St. in Dundas, Ontario. They celebrated their 65th anniversarywith their 10 children, 43 grandchildren, 49 great granchildren and 39assorted spouses. Both passed away in their 90th year. Family: F25420
 
145 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family: F759
 
146 He was a schoolteacher and served in the Civil War (Co F 63 Reg.) Family: F1687
Sylvester OWEN
 
147 He was listed as freeman May 18 1631 in Roxbury, Suffolk Co.,Massachusetts Family: F1626
Captain John JOHNSON, Captain Captain
 
148 http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=image&guid=0196cba3-ec96-424f-a365-1faf5effcbba&tid=39833638&pid=4935, jpg, Re8-01c-1c-03c-03c-06b Martha Gerhart Renninger Rootsweb Lauman Family: F23220
 
149 http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=image&guid=1e5c7999-59a0-4652-8711-632731fcbbee&tid=39833638&pid=4942, jpg, Re8-01c-1c-3c-04c-07 M Americus Russell Daisy Renninger 1913 marriage license, http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=image&guid=87bba88e-4af6-4ff4-96fc-e86d6bb88447&tid=39833638&pid=4942, jpg, Re8-01c-1c-3c-04c-07 M Daisy Renninger Americus Russell 1913 marriage lic Family: F23226
 
150 http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=image&guid=438fe60c-f1a8-404f-890f-145224d9019d&tid=39833638&pid=4940, jpg, Re8-01c-1c-3c-04b-2 Catherine Linsenbigler Renninger Rootsweb Lauman Family: F23211
 

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