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6551 WWII PFC US Army Caranci, Victor A. (I6002)
 
6552 WWII US Army Veteran, Cpl. 180th Infantry, 1942-1945, awarded the Bronze Star, Purple Heart and the Conspicuous Service Cross, 15 Jul 1963 Kohlmeier, Harvey (I43079)
 
6553 WWII US Army Veteran. Owned and operated Puffer Products in MI Puffer, Kneelon Jay Jr. (I1613)
 
6554 WWII US Navy Veteran
An elemetary school teacher
 
Chrismer, Jane (I9550)
 
6555 WWII US Navy Veteran Puffer, Willis Ezra Jr. (I26074)
 
6556 WWII US Navy Veteran, Lt. French, Valchester Uri (I7024)
 
6557 WWII USMC Veteran, wounded in WWII Egishian, Jack Koshek (I44178)
 
6558 WWII Veteran Puffer, James P. (I4032)
 
6559 WWII Veteran Puffer, Vernon G. (I12797)
 
6560 WWII Veteran Gentry, Gerald D. (I18396)
 
6561 WWII Veteran a textile worker Dillard, Roy Lee (I35912)
 
6562 WWII Veteran, LTC US Air Force

Owned Puffer's Monument Co. from 1955 to 1963, and Puff's Ice Cream from 1955 to 1965 
Puffer, LTC. Robert Tripp (I37135)
 
6563 WWII Veteran, 1st Lt., US Army Hood, Helen Ann (I25476)
 
6564 WWII Veteran, a Cpl. in the Pacific.
 
Puffer, Willard Lewis (I40193)
 
6565 WWII Veteran, enlisted 22 Mar 1943, discharged 30 Nov 1950
 
Puffer, Raymond E. (I17181)
 
6566 WWII Veteran, enlisted Jan 12, 1943, Orange County, CA Puffer, William Henry (I21093)
 
6567 WWII Veteran, HQ Co. 2nd BN 22nd Inf. Worcester, Douglas Norton (I39692)
 
6568 WWII Veteran, MAM3 US Navy
 
Puffer, Jack Robert (I12486)
 
6569 WWII Veteran, PFC US Army Smith, Ora Lee (I18195)
 
6570 WWII Veteran, PFC, killed in Normandy, France 5 days after D-Day Cambras, Charles W (I40919)
 
6571 WWII veteran, Pvt. US Army Air Forces
an award-winning professional photographer, graduated from New York City School of Modern Photography at age 17. 
Kumrow, Bertha May Margaret (I26270)
 
6572 WWII Veteran, Sgt, US Marine Corps Puffer, Richard Paul (I26267)
 
6573 WWII Veteran, Sgt. 100th AAF Bomber Squadren Alexander, William Elmer (I36118)
 
6574 WWII Veteran, SSG, US Air Force Seaholm, Gifford E. (I48580)
 
6575 WWII Veteran, US Army in Pacific Theater; Purple Heart and Bronze Star recipient.
 
Childs, William Millikin (I37234)
 
6576 WWII WAVE, SH2, US NAVY Craig, Harriet Agnes (I48428)
 
6577 WWII, US Navy Veteran Puffer, Wayne Newman (I3650)
 
6578 year her husband William French married his 2nd wife Cobb, Lydia (I162)
 
6579 Year of her death (1852) must be wrong in "Descendants.." Puffer, Alsina Susan (I18529)
 
6580 young son John was left behind, presumably so he would not have to endu re the hardships of colony-building. Bradford, John (I12123)
 
6581 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA Source (S1455)
 
6582 [holloway.GED] [Overfelt.FTW] Source 1: You may already know this, but the reason that Nathaniel's ba ckground is such a mystery is that he (according to a family Bible) arr ived in Boston as the result of being the lone survivor of a shipwreck. H e was a cabin boy on the vessel and was later "bound out" as a servant s ince he had no family or money in the colonies. There is a neat little a side in the Bible that talks about how Nathaniel prayed as he swam to s hore and "promised the Lord if He would preserve him to get to land he w ould never go onto the water again." He kept this promise, even though h e lived on the west side of the Charles river. Whenever he went to Bos ton he always went around the neck of the river rather than cross it! G arry Oaks Source2: George Morton, Yuma AZ[Overfelt.FTW] Source 1: You may already know this, but the reason that Nathaniel's ba ckground is such a mystery is that he (according to a family Bible) arr ived in Boston as the result of being the lone survivor of a shipwreck. H e was a cabin boy on the vessel and was later "bound out" as a servant s ince he had no family or money in the colonies. There is a neat little a side in the Bible that talks about how Nathaniel prayed as he swam to s hore and "promised the Lord if He would preserve him to get to land he w ould never go onto the water again." He kept this promise, even though h e lived on the west side of the Charles river. Whenever he went to Bos ton he always went around the neck of the river rather than cross it! G arry Oaks Source2: George Morton, Yuma AZ[oaks.GED] [Overfelt.FTW] Source 1: You may already know this, but the reason that Nathaniel's ba ckground is such a mystery is that he (according to a family Bible) arr ived in Boston as the result of being the lone survivor of a shipwreck. H e was a cabin boy on the vessel and was later "bound out" as a servant s ince he had no family or money in the colonies. There is a neat little a side in the Bible that talks about how Nathaniel prayed as he swam to s hore and "promised the Lord if He would preserve him to get to land he w ould never go onto the water again." He kept this promise, even though h e lived on the west side of the Charles river. Whenever he went to Bos ton he always went around the neck of the river rather than cross it! G arry Oaks Source2: George Morton, Yuma AZ Oakes, Nathaniel (I4692)
 
6583 [nash99ja.GED.FTW]

Ransom and Anna Nash migrated from Maine (probably Columbia Falls) to M innesota in 1867. Ransom and Anna with a married daughter, Laura, and h er husband, Peter Butler, homesteaded land in Irving Township, Kandiyoh i County, MN, near the east side of Green Lake. Meldrick, not married, c ame with them. Ransom moved from Maine for health reasons (he had cont racted asthma during the Civil War).

He was a Master Millwright according the 1860 Federal Census. 
Nash, Ransom Elliot (I24836)
 
6584 [nash99ja.GED.FTW] About the year 1767, three brothers, Joseph, Samuel, and James NASH, so ns of John Nash of Braintree, MA came from North Yarmouth, ME to Pleasa nt River. James settled upon the lot that was later owned by Jerome Al line. After living there for a short time, he sold out his claim to Is aiah Nash, a son of Joseph Nash. James went into the Army and never re turned to Addison. Served in defense of Machias during Battle of the Margaretta on 12 JUN 1 775, for which he received 18 Pounds share of the prize money. Nash, James (I6290)
 
6585 [nash99ja.GED.FTW] About the year 1767, three brothers, Joseph, Samuel, and James NASH, so ns of John Nash of Braintree, MA, came from North Yarmouth, ME to Pleas ant River. Samuel settled upon the lot on the ridge next south of the C olumbia line. Samuel died on the lot where he first settled. He had six acres of marsh included in Marsh Lot One, west side of Pleas ant River and another lot, one acre and ninety rods of marsh, being par t of above lots, and one hundred acres of land, no number being given b ut reference being made to Lathrop Lewis Plan. He was at Pleasant River, 27 APR 1778, with five in his family. He had a settler's lot deeded to him 2 JUN 1794 under act of 21 JUN 179 3. His lot was on "the Ridge" in Addison next to the Columbia line. Nash, Samuel (I6289)
 
6586 [nash99ja.GED.FTW] He resided in Braintree, MA, about ten miles south of Boston. Francis N ash's home was on what is now called Liberty Street, near Grove Street, a bove Pratt's Landing about 2 1/2 miles from Weymouth Landing. March 4, 1893, he bought from Samuel White and his wife, Mary, 100 acre s of land for 100 Pounds. This land was added to his estate. He was a farmer in ordinary circumstances, industrious, frugal, and att ending to his own affairs without much ado. Nash, Francis (I4368)
 
6587 [nash99ja.GED.FTW] John Adams, second President of the United States, lived at Braintree, M A. He was president of the Town Council. In the Fall of 1774, he sugg ested that Braintree raise and equip three companies of Minute Men of f orty men each. The Council so voted and the men were chosen. One of t he one hundred and twenty was Jacob Nash. When the Lexington alarm was s ounded, April 19, 1775, Paul Revere and many others rode up and down th e country side, summoning men to arms. The records show that Jacob Nas h was one who "responded to the Lexington Alarm, April 19, 1775." He sold his Braintree property about 1780 and moved to Cummington, MA. A fter his wife's death, he lived with his daughter, Mercy, and his son-i n-law, Daniel Reed, at Cummington, then moved to Denmark, Lewis Co., NY , to live with his son James. In the history of Lewis County by Hough, it is recorded that on July 4, 1 826, "Lowville, the county seat, joined in celebrating the semi-centenn ial of the signing of the Declaration of Independence. Fifty-five Revol utionary veterans were present a the dinner, among them, Jacob Nash, De nmark, former resident Braintree, age 90" Mrs. Mary Ashley, his grand-daughter, says in letter to Gilbert Nash, " He was of medium size, fair complexion, blue eyes and a long beard. He d ressed in short breeches, long stockings and knee buckles. He was a fi ne singer, as were all his children." Nash, Jacob (I6291)
 
6588 [nash99ja.GED.FTW] Settled in Addison Point, ME, with his father. He was there 27 APR 177 8, with three in his family. He had as a settler "two hundred acres of l and and three acres and twenty rods of marsh, being lots of land and ma rsh No. 3 on the west side of Pleasant River and No. 45 on the east sid e, also eight acres of Dyke Marsh, being part of Dyke No. 1". His home stead is said to have been situated on Addison Ridge. Nash, Isaiah (I18162)
 
6589 [oaks.GED] [Overfelt.FTW] Source: George Morton, Yuma AZ Source: Garry Oaks[holloway.GED] [Overfelt.FTW] Source: George Morton, Yuma AZ Source: Garry Oaks Oakes, George (I22035)
 
6590 [oaks.GED] [Overfelt.FTW] Source: George Morton, Yuma AZ, Birth, death 1, spouse Susanna Sourfce death 2: ??[holloway.GED] [Overfelt.FTW] Source: George Morton, Yuma AZ, Birth, death 1, spouse Susanna Sourfce death 2: ?? Oakes, John (I23722)
 
6591 [oaks.GED] [Overfelt.FTW] Source: George Morton, Yuma Az[holloway.GED] [Overfelt.FTW] Source: George Morton, Yuma Az Oakes, William (I4690)
 
6592 [oaks.GED] [Overfelt.FTW] Source: George Morton, Yuma AZ[holloway.GED] [Overfelt.FTW] Source: George Morton, Yuma AZ Oakes, Ann (I22036)
 
6593 [oaks.GED] [Overfelt.FTW] Source: George Morton, Yuma AZ[holloway.GED] [Overfelt.FTW] Source: George Morton, Yuma AZ Oakes, Mary (I22903)
 
6594 [oaks.GED] [Overfelt.FTW] Source: George Morton, Yuma AZ[holloway.GED] [Overfelt.FTW] Source: George Morton, Yuma AZ Oakes, Hannah (I22904)
 
6595 [oaks.GED] [Overfelt.FTW] Source: George Morton, Yuma AZ[holloway.GED] [Overfelt.FTW] Source: George Morton, Yuma AZ Oakes, Nathaniel (I22906)
 
6596 [Overfelt.FTW] Carried off by Indians to Canada and then ransomed by Wiscasset. Dill, Dorothy (I12070)
 
6597 [Overfelt.FTW] Source: George Morton, Yuma, AZ[holloway.GED] [Overfelt.FTW] Source: George Morton, Yuma, AZ Holloway, Adam (I22908)
 
6598 _BIBL: Email via Ancestry.com _TMPLT: Source (S1368)
 
6599 _SUBQ: <b>Genealogy of the descendants of John White of Wenham and Lancaster, M assachusetts </b>, Volume _BIBL: <b>Genealogy of the descendants of John White of Wenham and Lancaster, M assachusetts </b>, Volume _TMPLT: Source (S1461)
 
6600 _SUBQ: <i>Maine Birth Records, 1621-1922</i>. Augusta, Maine: Maine State Arch ives. _BIBL: <i>Maine Birth Records, 1621-1922</i>. Augusta, Maine: Maine State Arch ives. _TMPLT: Source (S1385)
 

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