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1  ?, Ellen J (I02454)
 
2

Aruther E Dawes was never married. 
Dawes, Arthur E. (I23)
 
3

Edmund and Philomela had six children: three boys and three girls. They may have had others between Jesse who was born in Groton in 1816 and Olivia who was born about 1824 according to her age at her death in WI.[maryabbywhite.ged] 
Family F8
 
4

EDUCATION: Attended school in Stephens Point, Wisconsin
Normal School to be a teacher- taught for sometime.

RESIDENCE: Born in Pittsville (Dawesville) Wisconsin
Had a lumber yard and grocery store in Vincense Indiana
Went to Huston, Texas around 1907 to 1910 had a truck garden . Lived in Huston for four years.
Went to Bandon, Coos County, Oregon in 1915 via freight boat from Bay Area.
Homestead at Two Mile Creek
Went to Dallas Oregon in 1919. Was a school clerk. Mt. Pisgah Oregon (Miseltoe School).
To Salem Oregon in 1925 or 1926 worked for Oregon Pulp and
Paper Co. until retirement.

NOTES: Met Irene at the St Louis World's Fair. Was dating her sister Stella at the time.

Born at home in Pittsville, Wisconsin.
Died at Oregon State Hospital in Salem, Oregon 
Dawes, Otis Darwin (I24)
 
5

First marriage for Rowland. 
Family F7
 
6

From "History of Wood County, Wisconsin" pages 668-669: "Live in Houston Texas."

From "Some Ancestors and Descendants of Samuel Converse, Jr." page 113: James C. Dawes, b. 2 March 1852; residence, Pittsville, Wis.; m., 5 Oct. 1873, Mary A. White, and had:
Arthur E. Dawes, b. 11 Sept. 1874.
Otis D. Dawes, b. 11 Nov. 1875.
Edna O. Dawes, b. 22 July 1879.
LuLu E. Dawes, b. 23 April 1886."

From Marian Williams (1992): "All James children attended college. James Dawes built houses, a number of which are still occupied in Vincennes Indiana which were shown to Marian when she visited Manly Smith in 1976." 
Dawes, James Campbell (I22)
 
7

He died after only 10 years of marriage, leaving Delia with 4 small boys. In a letter to Walburga after Francis died leaving 5 small children she mentions, "I think I should have laid down and died after my husband's death if it had not have been for the children Francis was about the age of little Lawrence then and I had to look after him And it seemed to take my mind off of my trouble some which in such circumstances seems overwhelming but there was always a way provided for me even when it seemed there was no way." She also mentioned that she sort of expected her son Francis to die early and probably of consumption. Perhaps Wilmer died of consumption as many people did in those days. No record of how he died has been found.
No dates are given on the headstone.
This land was purchases at auction from Wood Co. for $1.00. 
White, Wilmer (I19)
 
8

He died on the way to Boston when a bridge gave way. 
Worcester, Samuel (I4)
 
9

Jonathan and Lucy had ten children: five sons and five daughters. At least three of their sons never married. 
Family F6
 
10

Lived in Haverhill, Methuen, Nottingham, Groton to 1797, then Tynsboro to
1811, and then Groton 1811-12. 
Worcester, Benjamin (I8)
 
11

Married at Aunt Lizzy's home in Vincennes, Indiana. 
Family F11
 
12

Married at the Court House in Vancover, Washington 
Family F13
 
13

Married at Walter's parents home in Salem, Oregon 
Family F14
 
14

No record of her marriage or her death have been found. 
White, LuLu Olivia (I55)
 
15

Residence in Salem Oregon was 4240 Market Street

Came in 1915 to Coos County Oregon from Houston Texas (4 years in Houston)
Lived in Bandon several years
In 1925, moved to Salem Oregon lived on Market Street for 20 years

Died at Salem General Hospital, Salem, Oregon. 
Tharp, Irene (I25)
 
16

She died giving birth to their 3rd child, leaving Rowland with three small children, Mahala and two boys, one an infant. 
Worcester, Mahala (I12)
 
17

She never married. She was Dorothea White's great aunt,and she did some of the family genealogy, although her records have been lost. She believed that this White family was linked to Peregrine White of the Mayflower, but that hasn't been proved by 1994. No records have been found, after an extensive search by the Mayflower Society, that can link Mark White as a descendant of Peregrine White. 
White, Dalena Eva (I20)
 
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Sources:

1) Certificate of Birth: #33942; Texas Department of Health, Bureau of Vital Statistics.

2) Certificate of Marriage: # B 7812; Clark County, Washington.

3) Divorce Degree: Multnomah County Circuit Court, Dawes vs. Dawes No. 153-236; Feb.1944.

4) Certificate of Death: I.D. Tag No. B 0300; Oregon Department of Human Resources, Health Division, Vital Records Unit.

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Married at Courthouse in Vancouver to Gatha Bressler. Was cremated. 
Dawes, Walter Arthur (I30)
 
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Sources:
01) Certificate of Birth; Registered No. 32; Oregon State Board of Health, Division of Vital Statistics.

02) Birth Registration Card; State File No. 78; Control No. 34998; Date Issued 06.Sep.1949.

03) Certificate of Marriage: # B 7812; Clark County, Washington.

04) Divorce Degree: Multnomah County Circuit Court, Dawes vs. Dawes No. 153-236; Feb.1944.

05) Certificate of Death; I.D. Tag No.: H-30331, Local File Number: 1025, State File Number: 136; Oregon Department of Human Resources, Health Division, Center for Health Statistics.

06)Edwin L. Weaver; "Holdeman Descendants"; E. V. Publishing House; 1937; Vol. I, Page 246.

Narrative History:
Born at 6 p.m. in her parents home in the Livesley Section, five miles southwest of Salem, Oregon. Died of pancratic cancer at her home on South River Road in Salem Oregon. 
Bressler, Gatha Viola (I31)
 
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Sources:
[1] Surviving Soldiers, Sailors, Marines, Widows, Etc from CW, Page 002, SD 3, ED 240 Leon, Waushara County, WI.
[2] White, Asa Bradley : Civil War Pension Records.

He was a private in Co. B, 47th WI Inf. from 20 Jun 1865 - 4 Sep 1865 according to the 1890 special census. His address was Auroraville, allthough he was living in Leon on the 1885 and 1890 censuses of Waushara County, WI. No record of a marriage has been found and he was listed as single on those censuses.. He may have moved to Wood County, WI after his brother, Wilmer, died as there is property shown on a land map of 1895, as being owned by an A. B. White near where Delia White still owned land. Walburga White had a picture of an A. B. White in her collection that may have been taken on a farm in Wood Co. He would have been her husband's uncle, and looks like he was in his 60s or 70s when the picture was taken.
He was living in Leon Twp, Waushara County, WI in the 1890 Veteran's Schedule on the Census. His PO Box was at Auroraville at that time. He may have also died there.
He was a Private in Co. B, of 47th WI Inf. from 20 Jan 1865 thru 4 Sep 1865 and served for 7 months and 14 days.

Died near Pittsville, Wood Co.?, WI. 
White, Asa Bradley (I18)
 
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There is a woman recorded on the Mount Holly 1840 census living in the Edmund Patch household who was Philomelia's age. Since Edmund probably died in VT, Philomela probably did too.[maryabbywhite.ged] 
Lawrence, Philomela (I14)
 
22

They were married in Wallingford, which is just west of Belmont (formerly Mechanicville) which is in the west side of Mount Holly township. There is a church still in Wallingford, as of late Oct 1996, which could have been where they were married. The Whites were living in the Belmont area, but it has not been determined where the Patches were living. There were some Patch families in the Ludlow area, just east of Mount Holly, township. Some of this White family lived in that area also, along with some unrelated White families. 
Family F9
 
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[DAWES2.FTW]

From Marian Williams 1992

Manly Smith has lived 85 years at Vincennes Indiana. He attended schools there, plus two years at the University. Manly served in World War II on an aircraft. Before that he had worked for Western Electric Co. from 1918 to 1921. He has worked as a local auto-electrician for more than 40 years. Both Manly and Bonnie have been active members of Bethany Presbyterian Church for more than 50 years. 
Smith, Manly (I37)
 
24 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I44)
 
25 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I53)
 
26

[DAWES2.FTW]

From Marian Willliams 1992

Bonnie worked as a clerk-typist for Soil Conservation Service Dept. of Agriculture. 
Donovan, Bonnie M. (I38)
 
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[From Marian Williams 1992]

Edna is known to have attended grade and high schools in Pittsville and the Teachers Collge at Stevens Point Wisconsin. Before 1904, she moved with the family to Vincennes Indiana. It was here that Edna met and married Jay Smith. When son Manly Smith was two years old, Edna died of pneumonia following a buggy ride she had taken with her husband. 
Smith, Jay (I35)
 
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[maryabwhiteanc.ged]

He lived in Haverhill, Methuen, Nottingham West, and then Groton until about 1797. He then lived in Tyngsboro until about 1811, and then Groton again frrom about 1811 until his death. He was a yeoman as his occupation. (The Desc. of Rev William Worcester)[maryabbywhite.FTW]

He lived in Haverhill, Methuen, Nottingham West, and then Groton until about 1797. He then lived in Tyngsboro until about 1811, and then Groton again frrom about 1811 until his death. He was a yeoman as his occupation. (The Desc. of Rev William Worcester) 
Worcester, Jonathan (I10)
 
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Lee, Leonard Richard (I162)
 
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1830 & 1840 & 1850 Mount Holly, VT
1850 & 1860 Leon, NY

Edmund was in the Mount Holly area in 1840 according to the census, but not on the 1850 one. His son, Edmund, is in Leon, NY in 1850 and 1860, but Edmund, Sr. was not there on either census, nor was Philomela. 
Patch, Edmund (I15)
 
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1870 shows Nathaniel had one son, Daniel b: abt 1843 in Maine, by another wife. 
Cate, Nathaniel G. (I56)
 
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1891 Census:

Living with Uncle Aaron Wooster in Roydon, Essex 
Wooster, Rosannah (I00894)
 
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1901 Census
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PRO Ref: RG13/1348 Folio: 138 (Approx)
Loxboro Hill, West Wycombe, Buckinghamshire
John WoosterHeadM40Shepherd on FarmBucksWest Wycombe
Mary AnnWoosterWifeM41BucksGreat Marlow
Albert WoosterSon13BucksWest Wycombe
Hilda May WoosterDaughter11BucksWest Wycombe
CharlotteWoosterDaughter8BucksWest Wycombe
Edith Eliza WoosterDaughter6BucksWest Wycombe
Arthur John WoosterSon1BucksWest Wycombe 
Wooster, Charlotte (I02359)
 
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A Compilation of the Genealogical and Biographical Record of the Descendants of Christian Holdeman 1788-1846 
Source (S36)
 
35
ABBR CW Pension papers 
Source (S43)
 
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ABBR Family Group SheetTEXT She collected birth , marriage, and death dates for the John HeidFamily 
Source (S22)
 
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ABBR FHC AF Francis Worcester Pedigree Chart - 6 Dec 94 
Source (S1)
 
38
ABBR Groton 1rst Church Records 
Source (S7)
 
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ABBR Groton CR and VR 
Source (S6)
 
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ABBR Groton Founders Series

ABBR Groton Founders Series 
Source (S11)
 
41
ABBR Groton VR or church records 
Source (S10)
 
42
ABBR Pine Grove Cem. Records 
Source (S14)
 
43
ABBR Special Schedule - 1890 
Source (S19)
 
44
ABBR White Query Report 
Source (S21)
 
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Book 1 page 382 lists family of Asa and Ammarilla White with their birth dates.
 
Source (S15)
 
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census for 1820 and 1830 Rutland County, VT

Olivia was already a 7th generation descendant of Nicholas Patch who came from South Pertherton, England to Beverley, MA about 1630. Her mother was Philomela Lawrence and her 4th great-grandfather was John Lawrence, one of the original settlers of Groton, MA. The Lawrence line has been traced back to Sir Robert Lawrence of Ashton, Lancastershire, England, who was companion-in-arms to Richard the Lion Hearted during one of the Crusades. He was made a knight in 1191 for his bravery in scaling the walls of Acre. Many of Olivia's ancestors were among the earliest settlers of Groton, Chelmsford, Watertown, Rowley, Littleton, Andover and Haverhill, MA. Her father's mother, Mary Hazen, was the great, great, great grandaughter of John Nutting, who was killed in the Indian raid of 1667 at Groton, MA. He was one of the original settlers of Groton. The Hazens were early settlers of Rowley. The Lawrences were among the earliest settlers of Watertown before Groton. The Nuttings were early settlers of Chelmsford and then Groton. Some of their wives came from families of the earliest settlers of surrounding towns.
Olivia married Nathan Cate after Darwin's death, and received a Civil War Pension to support Darwin's 5 children until each was 18 years old. They continued to live in Auroraville, WI and both are buried in Pine Grove Cem, 1 mi NW of Auroraville.
Her birth record has not been found,.Her three brothers were all born at Groton, MA in 1808, 1810 and 1816; and her two sisters were born in Tyngsborough, MA in 1812 and 1814 according to the Groton Vital Records. The Edmund Patch family was in Wallingford, Rutland County, VT in 1820 and in Mount Holly by 1830. 
Patch, Olivia (I16)
 
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Estate of Rev. William Worcester of Salisbury
Essex Probate Docket # 30679

I willi: Worcester being || Sick & || weake of body but of sound & pfct memorie doe make & ordeine this my laft wil
& Testamt as followeth:
Imp my will is that my beloued wyfe: shall haue that bonde of fiftie pound wch is due vnto me from Thomas clarke
of Boston Iron munger: she securing my daughter in Law Rebecka bilie of wt remaynes due to hir out of yt bonde
Also my will is that my myfe shall haue the vFe & benefit of my dwelling house oarchyard & house lott duering the
time of hir widohood; & three cowes comonage: duering ye sd term
Also that my wyfe shall haue wt moneys soever as due in England : for rent : for wt lands & houseing belongs vnto
her, or anyother wayes due
Itt: I doe giue & bequeath avnto my sonn Samuell worcester my last higledee pigledee lott of Salt marsh lying
towards Merimack Rivers mouth: & als a silver wine bole that hath ye letters of his name ingraven vppon it & a
thousand of pine board towards the finishing of his house: as also all my wareing Apparrell; myminde is yt my
grandchilde willia: worcester * * Samuels childle shall haue ye Sylver wine boule * * named
Itt: I doe giue & bequeath to my daughter Susana s * * my pide mare Colt :
It: I doe giu vnto my grand childe Rebecka stacy five pound in houshold stuff : such as her grandmother shal thinke
meet
It: I doe giue & bequeathe to my Sonne william worcester all my vpland wthin ye bounds of the new towne of
Salisbury : wth all rights & privilidges thervnto belonging as also my first Higgle pigledee lott of Salt Marsh : & all
my lott of Sweepage at the beache : by my land at ye newtown: my meaning is : my twenty acre lott abuttin vpon
merimack River & the sevnty acres granted vnto mee by the towne of Salisbury lyng next : to the land of Capt Pike
" n esterly:
Itt: I doe give & bequeath vnto my sone Timothie worcester & to my Sonn Moses woster all the remaynder of my
lands both vpland Marsh & meadow, lyng & being wthin the bounds of the old towne of Salisbury wth all rights,
Comonages & privilidges thervnto belonging (Except before Exepted) to bee equally devided between them:
prsently after my decease Also I doe giue vnto my said Sonns Timothe & Moses: my dwelling house, orchyard &
house lott: after their mothers death or day of mariage wch first happens : to bee equally divided between them &
to haue the barne prsently after my decease wth free egress & regress vnto ye sd barne : to cary hay or corne of
ye like" Always pvided that the marsh Lott: wch was formerly my wyfes by hir former husband mr John Hall :
remayne to the vse of my Said wyfe hir heirs & assignes for ever.
It: I doe giue & bequeath vnto my Sonne william : my pride mare : & a cowe that is cald short & fiue povnd in
houshold goods :: all other guifts by any to my said sonne Comprhended in ye abouesd estate giuen || by me || vnto
him
It: I doe giue & bequeath vnto my Sonne Timothy my old horse : & a cowe cald : Cherry & fiue pound in houshold
goods
It: I doe giue & bequeath vnto my Sonne Moses my young mare between two & three yeare old & also the young
heifer & fiue pound in household goods:
It: I doe giue vnto my grandchild willia worcester : my Cow cald the Barbar
It: I do giue vnto my Daughter stacy : yt cowe which is cald the young cowe : & also my two yearling steers
It: I do giue vnto my grand Childe Rebecka stacy : my two yeare old steeres
It: my will is that all the Cattle : before named in this my will be wintered wth the hay pvide for them if ye owners
please
I doe giue vnto my Daughter Rebecka : Bylie : my brass Chafendish; & also I giue vnto her a booke of mr anthony
Burgases concerning the tryall of grace, as a small tolen of my Specyall loue vnto hir
It: I doe giue vnot my servant mayde Hannah Hendrick : tenn shillings
It: I doe appoint my loueing freinds Capt Robert Pike my brother Edward ffrench : Richard wells & mr Tho :
Bradbury to bee overseers of this my will & testamt & for the care & paynes theirin I doe bequeath vnto each of
them twenty shillings to bee payd vnto them: out of my library in some good || English || authors, as they shall like
off
Lastly my will is that my dearly & welbeeloved wyfe : rebecka worcester to bee my sole Executrix vnto this my last
will & testament
It: my will is that after my wyfe hath taken hir owne books out of my library & wt others shal think meet for hir vse;
and ye * * ond x ryd in books to my overseers as afore (remainder of page torn to bottom) books shalbe sold
s willia: Timathie portion: It: my will is that all discharged & pay'd the remayne & bee to ye utrix afore named

In wittness wherof hervnto sett my hand wittness
Tho: Bradbury
Robert Pyke
Edward ffrnch
Richard Wells
wheras it is be reaminder of giuen to my Sonns to each an equall p that my books shalbe yte : to disposof a

I haue gaiven to my wittness to this last addicon of the will this 18th day of Octobr
Tho: Bradbury
John Severance

Source: The will of Rev. William Worcester of Salisbury was proved before Samuel Symonds and Daniel Denison
Dec. 2, 1662 in the Norfolk county court. The copy was made from the original on file in the probate office at
Salem.
"The Essex Antiquarian" Vol. XI, #2, pp. 60-1

Submitted by: Roseanne Montgomery
[maryabbywhite.FTW]

Estate of Rev. William Worcester of Salisbury
Essex Probate Docket # 30679

I willi: Worcester being || Sick & || weake of body but of sound & pfct memorie doe make & ordeine this my laft wil
& Testamt as followeth:
Imp my will is that my beloued wyfe: shall haue that bonde of fiftie pound wch is due vnto me from Thomas clarke
of Boston Iron munger: she securing my daughter in Law Rebecka bilie of wt remaynes due to hir out of yt bonde
Also my will is that my myfe shall haue the vFe & benefit of my dwelling house oarchyard & house lott duering the
time of hir widohood; & three cowes comonage: duering ye sd term
Also that my wyfe shall haue wt moneys soever as due in England : for rent : for wt lands & houseing belongs vnto
her, or anyother wayes due
Itt: I doe giue & bequeath avnto my sonn Samuell worcester my last higledee pigledee lott of Salt marsh lying
towards Merimack Rivers mouth: & als a silver wine bole that hath ye letters of his name ingraven vppon it & a
thousand of pine board towards the finishing of his house: as also all my wareing Apparrell; myminde is yt my
grandchilde willia: worcester * * Samuels childle shall haue ye Sylver wine boule * * named
Itt: I doe giue & bequeath to my daughter Susana s * * my pide mare Colt :
It: I doe giu vnto my grand childe Rebecka stacy five pound in houshold stuff : such as her grandmother shal thinke
meet
It: I doe giue & bequeathe to my Sonne william worcester all my vpland wthin ye bounds of the new towne of
Salisbury : wth all rights & privilidges thervnto belonging as also my first Higgle pigledee lott of Salt Marsh : & all
my lott of Sweepage at the beache : by my land at ye newtown: my meaning is : my twenty acre lott abuttin vpon
merimack River & the sevnty acres granted vnto mee by the towne of Salisbury lyng next : to the land of Capt Pike
" n esterly:
Itt: I doe give & bequeath vnto my sone Timothie worcester & to my Sonn Moses woster all the remaynder of my
lands both vpland Marsh & meadow, lyng & being wthin the bounds of the old towne of Salisbury wth all rights,
Comonages & privilidges thervnto belonging (Except before Exepted) to bee equally devided between them:
prsently after my decease Also I doe giue vnto my said Sonns Timothe & Moses: my dwelling house, orchyard &
house lott: after their mothers death or day of mariage wch first happens : to bee equally divided between them &
to haue the barne prsently after my decease wth free egress & regress vnto ye sd barne : to cary hay or corne of
ye like" Always pvided that the marsh Lott: wch was formerly my wyfes by hir former husband mr John Hall :
remayne to the vse of my Said wyfe hir heirs & assignes for ever.
It: I doe giue & bequeath vnto my Sonne william : my pride mare : & a cowe that is cald short & fiue povnd in
houshold goods :: all other guifts by any to my said sonne Comprhended in ye abouesd estate giuen || by me || vnto
him
It: I doe giue & bequeath vnto my Sonne Timothy my old horse : & a cowe cald : Cherry & fiue pound in houshold
goods
It: I doe giue & bequeath vnto my Sonne Moses my young mare between two & three yeare old & also the young
heifer & fiue pound in household goods:
It: I doe giue vnto my grandchild willia worcester : my Cow cald the Barbar
It: I do giue vnto my Daughter stacy : yt cowe which is cald the young cowe : & also my two yearling steers
It: I do giue vnto my grand Childe Rebecka stacy : my two yeare old steeres
It: my will is that all the Cattle : before named in this my will be wintered wth the hay pvide for them if ye owners
please
I doe giue vnto my Daughter Rebecka : Bylie : my brass Chafendish; & also I giue vnto her a booke of mr anthony
Burgases concerning the tryall of grace, as a small tolen of my Specyall loue vnto hir
It: I doe giue vnot my servant mayde Hannah Hendrick : tenn shillings
It: I doe appoint my loueing freinds Capt Robert Pike my brother Edward ffrench : Richard wells & mr Tho :
Bradbury to bee overseers of this my will & testamt & for the care & paynes theirin I doe bequeath vnto each of
them twenty shillings to bee payd vnto them: out of my library in some good || English || authors, as they shall like
off
Lastly my will is that my dearly & welbeeloved wyfe : rebecka worcester to bee my sole Executrix vnto this my last
will & testament
It: my will is that after my wyfe hath taken hir owne books out of my library & wt others shal think meet for hir vse;
and ye * * ond x ryd in books to my overseers as afore (remainder of page torn to bottom) books shalbe sold
s willia: Timathie portion: It: my will is that all discharged & pay'd the remayne & bee to ye utrix afore named

In wittness wherof hervnto sett my hand wittness
Tho: Bradbury
Robert Pyke
Edward ffrnch
Richard Wells
wheras it is be reaminder of giuen to my Sonns to each an equall p that my books shalbe yte : to disposof a

I haue gaiven to my wittness to this last addicon of the will this 18th day of Octobr
Tho: Bradbury
John Severance

Source: The will of Rev. William Worcester of Salisbury was proved before Samuel Symonds and Daniel Denison
Dec. 2, 1662 in the Norfolk county court. The copy was made from the original on file in the probate office at
Salem.
"The Essex Antiquarian" Vol. XI, #2, pp. 60-1

Submitted by: Roseanne Montgomery 
Worcester, Rev William (I2)
 
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Groom's Name: Nathaniel G. Cate
Groom's Birthplace: Greenland, N. H.

Bride's Name: Oliva P. White

Marriage Date: 28 Dec 1864
Marriage Place: Washara, Wisconsin

Bride's Father's Name: Edmond Patch
Bride's Mother's Name: Philomelia Patch

Source Citation:
"Wisconsin, Marriages, 1836-1930," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XR2W-N1M : accessed 26 April 2012), Oliva P. White (1864).
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: M00332-8
System Origin: Wisconsin-EASy
Source Film Number: 1275607
Reference Number: p 96. 
Family F23
 
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In the 1900 census, there is also the following people living in the James and Mary Dawes household:

++ Delia A. White, b: January 1856 Wisconsin, widow, sister-in-law to James C. Dawes.
++ Francis A. White, b: July 1883 Wisconsin, nephew to James C. Dawes.
++ Harry Dawes, b: November 1883 Wisconsin, nephew to James C. Dawes. 
Family F10
 
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Kathleen died at Mt. Hood Legacy Hospital in Gresham Oregon at 6:20 a.m. on Aug. 04, 2007. She suffered a stroke the day before her death.

Devin, Oleta Fern HANSEN: Last Will & Testement; dated 13.July.1977.
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Born at home 
Devin, Anna Kathleen (I33)
 

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