_____________________ | _____________________| | | | |_____________________ | _Harold Vernon WALDRON ____| | (1889 - 1960) | | | _____________________ | | | | |_____________________| | | | |_____________________ | | |--Robert_ | (1822 - ....) | _John MCDOUGALL _____+ | | (1810 - 1884) | _John R. MCDOUGALL __| | | (1834 - 1906) m 1890| | | |_Elvira URAN ________+ | | (1812 - 1900) |_Cassie Darling MCDOUGALL _| (1900 - 1977) | | _____________________ | | |_Alta Ann WEST ______| (1868 - 1906) m 1890| |_____________________
Already deceased by 1812, when his son Salomon officially adopted the surname Victor in Pyritz, Prussia. From this fact we can infer that Salomon, and probably Wigdor before him, had citizenship at Pyritz. Very little seems to remain of the records of Pyritz, which is reckoned to be an extremely old town, though never large. The Jewish community seems never to have been very large, probably less than 5% of the total population. The largest reported size of the Jewish community that I was able to find was 325, in the 1860's. Records of the births, marriages, and deaths of the Jewish community of Pyritz for 1840-1847 have survived, as they were found to be inserted into the Lutheran church book duplicates for those years. The Archiwum Państwowe w Szczecinie, in Szczecin, Poland, has additional Jewish records for the years 1818-1819 (fond 92/0 Rejencja Szczecińska (Regierung Stettin)), and civil registration (which should include all denominations, including the Jews) for the years 1874-1911 (fond 639/0 Urząd Stanu Cywilnego w Pyrzycach (Standesamt Pyritz)). The following years are missing from the civil registration records: births: 1876, 1885, 1889, 1896-1897, 1900, 1904-1905, 1909; marriages: 1879, 1881, 1886, 1896-1897, 1900-1902, 1906-1907, 1909; deaths: 1875-1876, 1878-1882, 1884-1885, 1890-1891, 1893, 1895-1898, 1905-1906, 1908-1909, 1911. Historical documents have been collected by Salinger Gerhard, Zur Erinnerung und zum Gedenken. Die einstigen jüdischen Gemeinden Pommerns, published privately, New York City, 2006, 4 volumes (not examined, but extracts or transcripts from this work have been posted, apparently with transcription errors, on the Virtual Shtetl web site).
After Rev. War, John moved to New Philadelphia, OH
__ | __| | | | |__ | _Peter BALSLEY \BALTZLI _| | (1725 - 1766) m 1748 | | | __ | | | | |__| | | | |__ | | |--John (BALTZLI) BALSLEY | | __ | | | __| | | | | | |__ | | |_Elizabeth GESSLER ______| m 1748 | | __ | | |__| | |__
Peter Jr., served in Rev. War; died while being held prisoner of the British following the Battle of Long Island in August 1776.
__ | __| | | | |__ | _Peter BALSLEY \BALTZLI _| | (1725 - 1766) m 1748 | | | __ | | | | |__| | | | |__ | | |--Peter (BALTZLI) BALSLEY | (.... - 1776) | __ | | | __| | | | | | |__ | | |_Elizabeth GESSLER ______| m 1748 | | __ | | |__| | |__
Slain by Indians...
After his wife's death, he married 2) Mary, widow of Thomas Wells; she d. 20 Sep. 1691; he married 3) Mary, widow of John Allis; married 4) Sarah, widow of John Wells.
Hannah Berryhill, wife of Joseph Berryhill, d. July 1790.
 Was her maiden name Price.....daughter of Thomas?
Hannah Berryhill in Court for July Session, 1790, when children (Margaret, Thomas & James) chose William Berryhill as their Guardian. She must have died shortly afterward.
Date of marriage is estimated.
Alice, widow of Constant Southworth...
He is traditionally believed to have been married twice, the name of neither wife being known. His first wife, married undoubtedly at Hull about 1651, died about 1660 and William married again the following year. His first wife may have been related to Robert Coombs or his first wife, Mary.
Marriage date assumed from date of birth of first child.
Emma died at Moulton between 12 Nov. 1558 and 8 June 1560, the dates of the writing and proving of her will.
Mariposa Gazette, dtd 27 Oct. 1866, p 2/7 - marriage of Jonathan "Rey" (sic) to Mrs. M. A. Marsh of San Joaquin Co.
 Elizabeth was the sister of Isaac Cook, an early pioneer and postmaster in Chicago. Information about the Cook family (which does not name Elizabeth) can be found in Charles Scribner's Dictionary of American Biography, 1934, pg 374. Correspondence from Susy Entenman of Hudson, OH, April 1978, included a photo of Mary (Cook) Dole, sister of Elizabeth, bearing a very strong resemblance to the photo in my possession of Elizabeth (Cook/Lane) Brock.
 Marriage date was estimated from the 1850 census, showing that the couple had a two year old child "A" (known to be Amanda).
Elizabeth Brock, age 61, b. NY. Living nextdoor was the family of Ira B. Sherry, known to be her son-in-law and daughter "Effie" and their 3 month old son, Edgar, b. MO.
He married Elizabeth _____, who was buried at Billingborough 30 Aug. 1609.
Ursula has remained a mystery. Probably they were married in England and their first child, Sarah, may also have been born in England in the early 1640's. The baptisms of both John and Mary were recorded in Hartford; so probably Sarah was born before they reached Hartford and Richard, their last child, was born after they left it.
__ | __| | | | |__ | _Gerrit _____________| | | | | __ | | | | |__| | | | |__ | | |--Barent Gerritsen (FLAESBECK) | | __ | | | __| | | | | | |__ | | |_____________________| | | __ | | |__| | |__
Philippa married 2) at Glemsford ca 1552, John Webb of Lidgate.
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