Family: Waldo Emerson LADD/Mary V UNKNOWN (F1691)

m. Abt 1908

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  • Father | Male
    Waldo Emerson LADD

    Born  28 Oct 1876  Cheshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location
    Died    Find all individuals with events at this location
    Married  Abt 1908   
    Other Spouse  Mary V UNKNOWN | F852 
    Married  Abt 1908   
    Father  John Haskins LADD | F851 Group Sheet 
    Mother  Ann Kelley FRENCH | F851 Group Sheet 

    Mother | Female
    Mary V UNKNOWN

    Born  Abt 1877  New York Find all individuals with events at this location
    Died    Find all individuals with events at this location
    Other Spouse  Waldo Emerson LADD | F852 
    Married  Abt 1908   

  • Notes 
    • 2/3/99 # JEDEDIAH D BRIGGS (1800- 1869) FRANCES ALBRO BRIGGS (1803-1839) 1800 Born in Rhode Island son of SAMUE L FISKE BRIGGS and AMY or ANNIE MUMFORD BRIGGS 1803 FRANCES ALBRO BORN daught er of STEPHEN ALBRO. She was the 2nd wife of JEDEDIAH 1820 Oliver Mumford o f South Kingston is appointed guardian to the persons and estate of Nathaniel Briggs,Eliza Briggs,Colonel R Briggs, and Emeline Briggs(minors) children of SAMUEL BRIGGS. Oliver Munford (1778-1823) married Mary Whitehorn (1794-1840) buried S.K. brother-in law to Samuel. 1822 Around August JEDEDIAH BRIGGS ap pointed guardian to the persons and estates of Eliza Briggs,Ray Briggs, and Em eline Briggs children of SAMUEL BRIGGS late of South Kingston, he gave bond in the sum of $1000. with William Terry and Davis Mumford,sureties (from SK pro bate records Probate and Town Council Records Vol 1-3 1704-1743) JEDEDIAH D BRIGGS guardian to Eliza,Ray and Emeline Briggs minors and children of SAMUEL BRIGGS, deceased, having been empowered by the General Assembly to sell 3/5 o f 9 Shares in the Grist Mill at Mumford Mills (1932 name changed to Usquepaug Village SK Washington County on Usquepaug River south end of Glen Rock reserv oir) directed to sell the same in one rate,public or private sale, and that he invest the same in one public place in each of the towns of South Kingstown, Richmond and Exeter, and that he give bonds in the sum of one thousand doll ars, with Thomas R Hazard as surety for the lawful obligation of the monies of such sale 1823 For $192.36 JEDEDIAH BRIGGS to George W Hazard of Richmond 1/ 5 part of 9 Shares of corn mill plus water and water privilege.JEDEDIAH and FRANCES BRIGGS, 15 Apr 1823 (SK 13-512) also at same time Oliver Mumford sold a lot to George W Hazard of Richmond same area for $250 (SK 13-511) 1828 Sar ah Elizabeth Briggs born. 1828 In August FRANCES and JEDEDIAH BRIGGS sell 1/4 acre lot near Mumford Mills for $15 (SK 14 535)purchased 16 February 1828 fro m Ebenezer Smith for $10 (SK 14-534) bounded westerly by Jimmy Robinson,Thom as Hazard and Rowland Hazard 31 October 1828 to Issac T Hopkins from JEDEDIAH BRIGGS for $22 two lots near Mumford Mills including house on north side of road. signed by FRANCES and JEDEDIAH BRIGGS witness was STEPHEN ALBRO. (SK 14-552) (SK 14-551) $22 Eliza M Briggs to Issac T Hopkins near Mumford Mills b ordered by Augustus Mumford 3 Oct 1828 (SK 14-533) $160 Eliza M Briggs of Cove ntry County of Kent 1/5 share to Elisha Potter Grist Mill 182.50 (SK 15-98) SAMUEL of Richmond,Washington County JEDEDIAH BRIGGS yeoman 1825; Oct sessio n General Assembly sold land for $321.40 to Elisha R Potter sold estate of Ra y and Emeline Briggs 2/5 of 9 shares Grist Mill and lot Mumford Mills 11 Nov 1828. George W Hazard and George L hazard were real estate men in the area. i n 1846 Margery Schunke's gggf bought a tavern in Usquepaug from one of them. Elisha Reynolds Potter, banker father and son from Kingston area. ERP's son B .M. Potter built a fairly large mill east of river on route 138. Made stockin gs and sent them out to cottages to be heeled and toed. During the Civil War made jerseys mill later burned (per Margery Shunke notes Aug 5,1988 to SFB) 1830 Census living in Westerly,Washington County,RI 1837 STEPHEN ALBRO's will dated 2 Apr 1837 South Kingston Washington County RI (1837 SK 10-201) states that FRANCES ALBRO was second wife of JEDEDIAH BRIGGS. From SK 5B-305 will o f Stephen Albro again places doubt on Jedediah's character as Stephen Albro left $100 to daughter Frances to be held by her sister Betsy Davis and only g iven to Frances when needed at the discretion of Betsy 2 April 1837. 1838 STEEPEN A BRIGGS born Nov 1839 Frances Albro Briggs died 20 Feb 1839, Stonin gton,Ct age 36 years buried Williams Cemetery Lantern Hill rd just off Rt 184 Old Mystic 1839 Married Lucy Davis Hempstead H

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