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101 30 May 1738 date will proved Dudley, William (I15043)
 
102 31 Jan 1908
Snyder-Pomraning
Thursday, January 23, 1908 by Rev. Samuel Ham, at the residence of Willis B. Pomraning, Lower Chanceford TWP, was solemnized the marriage of Miss Elsie B. and S. Walter Snyder. Miss Hensel McGurk, sister of the groom, played the wedding march. The bride was gowned in cream batiste.
After the ceremony and congratulations, the bridal party retired to the dinning room where a bountiful supper was spread.
Friday evening a reception was given by the parents of the groom. The guest present at the wedding were: Mr. and Mrs. Samuel P. Snyder parents of the groom, Misses Lola and Lillie Pomraning, Harvey, Harry, Sylvester and Leslie Pomraning, Misses Grace and Elsie Snyder, Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Ruff, Mr. and Mrs. William Snyder, Mr. and Mrs. Hensel McGurk. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wright and daughter Myrtle, Mrs. Benjamin Harland and daughter, of Steelton and Rev. Samuel Ham. The young people will make their home near Castle Fin. 
Family F837
 
103 31 Jul 1860 census. Was enumerated with Peter E. Hank, mash miller. Lydia was employed as a domestic in the Hank household. Walker, Lydia Ann (I2449)
 
104 312 Bethel Cemetery Rd. Lusby, Arlington Newton (I1227)
 
105 43 AAF AIR SUP SQ - World War II

Info from Denise Cody:
Forest Vance Metcalf was the son of Kittie Anglin Metcalf and William Mordecia Metcalf .....grandson of Zebulon Vance Anglin and Martha Austin Anglin.....He was shot to death by a coward standing in the dark while he was standing in the doorway of a house in Lytle Cove in Black Mountain NC. He was Married to Marie Roberts Metcalf. Marie later married Vance's brother Ralph they had a baby that died and named him after Forest Vance Metcalf ...the infant is buried in the same cemetery as Forest Vance Metcalf.  
Metcalf, Forest Vance (I18283)
 
106 5 children. Moved to Sullivan Co., Tennessee. Goodson, Rhoda (I18592)
 
107 5 Jan 1939 Out of The Past - 25 Years Ago
On Wednesday evening, December 24th, the home of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Walker, of Cooper, Md. was the scene of a pretty wedding, when their daughter, Ruth E., was married to Mr. Harry F. Guilfoyle, Cooper, Md. The bride was for several years a typist in the Herald and Times office. 
Family F949
 
108 5 Sep 1919
Card of Thanks
We desire to extend our sincere thanks to our friends and neighbors for their sympathy and kindness in the long affliction and in the death of wife and mother.
Maurice Walker and children. 
Martha Ella (I2530)
 
109 5. ZACHARIAH LUSBY, son of Robert (4) d. in BA Co. by 26 March 1739 when his estate was valued at L20.14.0 by John Lomas and John Ramsay. Naomi Ghiselin and Draper Lusby signed as next of kin. Vachel Denton, the admin., filed the inventory on 24 March 1743. (MINV 28:419).

Lusby, Robert, planter, A. A. Co., 2nd June, 1733; 25th Aug., 1733.
To son Robert, part of "Chillberry Hall," Ballo. Co., n. side Bush R., as it is now divided between him and his brother Jacob during life; at decease of sd. Robert his portion to pass to son Jacob and hrs.; but should son Robert survive his present wife, , then afsd. part of "Chillberry Hall" is bequeathed to him and his hrs.; and personalty.
To son Jacob and hrs., other part of afsd. tract; and personalty.
To daus. Mary Turpine, Hannah Drew, Naomy Gaeslin, Susannah and Milcah, and sons Zachary, Draper, Henry and Joseph, personalty.
to son Joseph and hrs., dwelling plantation, "George Town," St. Anne's Parish, sd. son dying during his minority to pass to son Henry and hrs., sd. Henry dying during minority to pass to son Draper and hrs , he dying as afsd. to pass to son Zachary and hrs.; and personalty. Residue of personalty to be divided among Zachary, Draper, Henry, Joseph and Milcah. Sons Henry and Joseph to be for themselves at age of 18. Dau. Micah to care of Thomas Jobson and his wife.
Exs.: Thos. Jobson, sons Zachary and Draper.
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Robert Lusby 14.252 A AA £214.14.7 £50,18.11 Jun 8 1736
Sureties: Vachel Denton, Thomas Lusby.
Received from (merchants in London): Mr. Philip Smith, Mr. Charles Rogers.
Payments to: Humphry Meredith, Dr. William Stephenson, Mr. Nicholas Maccubin, Charles Calvert, Esq., John Beale, Esq., administratrix of Charles Calvert, Esq.
Legatees: Hannah Drew (daughter) wife of George Drew, Naomi Ghiselin (daughter) wife of William Ghiselin, Zachariah Lusby (accountant), Susannah Lusby (daughter, now Davidge), Draper Lusby (accountant).
Executors: Thomas Jobson, Zachariah Lusby, Dreaper Lusby.
Overseers: Ezekile Gillis, John Andrews.
Test; Samuel Young, Major John Davidge (David), John Andrews. 20. 813. 
Lusby, Zachary (I2010)
 
110 6 Apr 1886? Leagar | Leager, John Wesley (I15947)
 
111 6 children. Goodson, Margaret (I18594)
 
112 6 Dec 1889
Shot a Gray Fox
Last Tuesday while Maurice Walker of Delta was out with his gun, he spied a gray fox, near the turn in the road north of Wm. Ramsay’s. With the aid of both barrels and his dog he killed it and brought it to town where it was greatly admired for it’s beautiful color and proportions and fine fur and handsome bushy tail. It measured 42 inches in length from tip to tip of nose and tail, 17 inches high and weighed 11 ¼ pounds. This species of fox, Vulpes Virgininnus, though common in the south, is very rare in these parts. So far as we are aware, this is the only one capture in recent years.
11 July 1890
Maurice Walker is threshing the wheat on Wm Ramsay’s place.,
Considerable moving is being done this week. Among those who are making the changes are: Maurice Walker to West Bangor.,
The stork visited the home of David J. Williams, recently and left a girl, and at Maurice Walker’s and left a son.,
The dwelling house on the farm occupied by Maurice Walker is undergoing extensive repairs.,
West Bangor - Wm. O. Pyle spent Sunday at the home of Maurice Walker.,
Personals - Miss Margaret E. Wise spent Sunday evening at the home of Maurice Walker.

Mr. Milton Wise and Miss Margaret E. Wise spent Sunday at the home of Mr. Maurice Walker.
Farming Notes
Maurice Walker has his harvest up and his grain, wheat and oats thrashed. He reports his wheat much better on the ground that was early plowed.
Oats is perhaps the best yield ever harvested in this part of the county. Among those who have threshed, John R. Johnson is reported to have had 59 bushels to the acre, Maurice Walker 46, George Mackison 70, Wm B. Davis 58, John Glacken 58.
Wm. Heaps farming Richard Whitaker’s place, had 30 bushels of wheat to the acre., Fred Scarborough 22, John Webster 30, Summerfield Rigdon 25, Harry G. Walker 30.
W. Scott Whiteford and sons cut 12 tons of red and ? clover from 3 ½ acres.,
Real Estate Sales - Maurice Walker last week purchased the 140 acre farm of Mrs. Emma Reynolds. The farm will be occupied next March by his children, John and Mary Walker.,
Mr. O.E. Arnold is visiting at the home of Maurice Walker.,
Maurice Walker has been harvesting a field of timothy hay, which he will thresh for seed. He has been using an old time reaper, which proves quite an attraction to some of our younger people.,
Maurice Walker cropping the Williams-Humphrey farm in West Bangor, Pa., thrashed his timothy seed and his wheat crop the first of this week. The yield of both were good having 48 bushels of wheat to the acre.,
Mrs. Rachel Fulton was a recent guest at the home of Maurice Walker.,
Mr. and Mrs. Russell McKinley, of near Delta, spent Sunday at the home of Mr. Maurice Walker.,
Maurice Walker has been improving his dwelling by a coat of paint; he has also greatly improved his lot by cleaning it up and removing some worthless trees.,
Maurice Walker had a sale on the McSparan farm.,
Milton and Elmer Walker, of Chicago are visiting their father, Maurice Walker, who is critically ill at the home of his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Watkins., 
Walker, Maurice J. (I2106)
 
113 6 Oct 1842 McKendree Cemetery Lusby, Richard Horatio (I1572)
 
114 6016 Allentown Rd. Lusby, Alfred (I374)
 
115 7 May 1926
Ernest Boatwright, who shot and killed his wife, a daughter of J. Harry Walker, at Aberdeen, Harford county, some months ago, had a trial in the Baltimore county court. The jury returned a verdict of murder in the second degree. The maximum penalty is 18 years. 
Boatwright, Ernest (I2138)
 
116 7. JOSEPH LUSBY, son of Robert (4), was bapt. 8 Jul 1722. (A:89). He d. in BA Co. leaving a will proved 8 March 1764 in which he mentioned plates that contain the letters "P.K.." to be divided between 9 nephews and nieces: Joseph and Mary Lusby, son and dau. of Draper Lusby of KE Co.; Joseph, Sarah and Milcah Lusby, son and dau. of Jacob Lusby; Aquila, Bennett and Milcah Matthews, sons and dau. of John and Milcah Matthews. The exec. was Wm. Ringgold. The will was witnessed by Wm. Greenfield, Wm. Grill, John Reaves. (MWB 31:1085). Lusby, Joseph (I1462)
 
117 71. Edward Lusby, farmer, 4th dist Kt Co, b Dec 6 1864, on farm he now owns. His father, John Lusby, of Kt Co; spent his life here; m Elizabeth Massilon, of Kt Co. She d aged c. 45, leaving 5 child., Wm and Clay, farmers in Kt Co; Edw; Herbert, farmer in Kt Co; and Ella E. Edw Lusby remained on old homestead until father's death, then purch interests of other heirs. He m Miss Lydia Jacobs. of Kt Co; their child.: Raymond, and Lynwood and Harry Clay, twins. Lusby, Linwood (I2819)
 
118 71. Edward Lusby, farmer, 4th dist Kt Co, b Dec 6 1864, on farm he now owns. His father, John Lusby, of Kt Co; spent his life here; m Elizabeth Massilon, of Kt Co. She d aged c. 45, leaving 5 child., Wm and Clay, farmers in Kt Co; Edw; Herbert, farmer in Kt Co; and Ella E. Edw Lusby remained on old homestead until father's death, then purch interests of other heirs. He m Miss Lydia Jacobs. of Kt Co; their child.: Raymond, and Lynwood and Harry Clay, twins. Lusby, Henry Clay (I2818)
 
119 8 children. Family F13486
 
120 9/13/1759
James Herndon Jr. brought a suit against John Butler for trespassing, assult and battery. The following day the jury found for the plaintiff 3 pounds in current money and costs. The court ordered James Herndon to pay William Hill 200 pounds of tobacco for one day's attendance and for going once 65 miles for him to secure evidence against John Butler, and to pay Richard George 25 pounds of tobacco for one day's attendance as an evidence against Butler.
There were bad feelings between James and John about their share of Joseph's estate. On 3/16/1765 a suit was brought to court John Herndon v. James Herdon, executor. On August 1766 the suit was finally dismissed, but that action did not settle the controversy.
James remained in Caroline Co. until after he had qualified as an executor of the will of his father William, which was offered for probate 9 Dec. 1773. Soon thereafter he removed to Chatham Co., N.C. where he and his family remained until 1792, when they went to Tennessee, thence to Kentucky. His mother, his sisters, and certain of his brothers also located in Chatham Co. either simultaneously with him or came soon thereafter.
The first discovered reference to this James Herndon in the North Carolina records is of his service as a member of a jury to lay out a road from Ely Branson's to the Chatham Co. Courthouse in August 1774. He must have had quite a flair for that sort of planning, for similar assignments were given him in May 1775, August 1777, and February 1783, for roads from Jeremiah Piggott's and from Jeduthan Harper's each to the courthouse, and from Luthrell's to Redland Ferry in Haw River section; and after he went to Kentucky, he had similar assignments. He was appointed overseer of the road 'in room of Josiah Lyons' at the Feb. 1778 term of court for the ensuing year.
His first service as a member of the Grand Jury of Chatham Co. as in Feb. 1775. We find him so serving at numberous subsequent courts and as a trial or petit juror in several cases. His other public offices were as follows: (1) tax assessor for dostrict number 8, August 1777; (2) patroller of his own district, called #8 and Capt. Herndon's Feb. 1778 and Feb. 1779; (3) constable for that district, Feb. 1784; and (4) coroner of the county, 'recommended to his Excellency the Governor as a fit person for that purpuse' by the Chatham Co. Court at its May 1874 term.
His cattle mark, a cross and undernick in each ear, was recorded at the Nov. 1774 term of court. At that date, however, he was not the registered owner of any land in the county. He had probably lived for a while with some of his relatives before he entered claim 9 August 1779 for 400 acres on the waters of Terrell Creek. A grant of that real estate was made to him 16 Feb. 1786 on his payment of 10 pounds to the State. A few years after his settlement in Kentucky he sold this property for 500 pounds to Henry Bray, of Chatham.
During the American Revolution James Herndon commanded a company of Chatham Co. militia which in 1779 marched to Camden and Charlestown, S. C. The regimental commander was Colonel Lytle whose regiment was a part of the army of General Lincoln.
References to the service of this James as distinct from his relative of the same name in Orange Co. are found in SCRNC, Vol. 22, as a captain, and as commander of a fort. He was one of the prisoners captured by David Fanning in his attack on Pittsboro who reported to Bovernor Burke 22 July 1781 from the camp at McFall's Mill, Raft Swamp, concerning their capture.
He was mentioned as Captain James Herndon in 'Accounts of United States with North Carolina, War of the Revolution,' Book C, page 129, and in the 'Minutes of the Chatham Co. Court' for August 1778 we read:
'Ordered that clothing be found by different companies...this county...James Herndon's company.-3 hats, 12 linins, 6 cloth, 6 shoes, 6 stockings.
In 1775 James Herndon attended the Court of Oyer at Hillsborough as a juror, but not having been paid for that service as late as May 1777, the Chatham Co. Court ordered that he be paid 1 pound, 5 shilling, 10d.
In August 1784 Traves Harper and he became sureties for Capt. Simon Terrell and Capt. Wm. Vetal, newly appointed collectors of taxes for Chatham Co.. Later on that year, in his suit against Job Ward, the jury found for the plaintiff and awarded James Herndon 25 pounds. At a court in 1785 the sheriff was directed to pay him 24 shilling for his attendance at a coroner's inquest and a like sum for his services in settling the county tax. 
Herndon, James (I36)
 
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LUSBY, Elizabeth, Anne Arundel Co. 24 Sep, 1767; 25 Aug, 1770
To children: Ann, Delilah. Balance of estate to be divided amongst "loving children.
Ex. dau. Delilah Lusby.
Wit: Alexander Ferguson, John Philips Jr. and Solomon Sparrow.
38. 153
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Howard, Samuel, A. A. County, 28th Feb., 1702 9th Nov., 1703
To wife Catherine, dwelling plantation (unnamed) and "Brushy Neck" during widowhood.
To son Philip and hrs., plantation (unnamed) where he now lives and 120 A. adjoining thereto; also dwelling plantation and land afsd. at marriage or decease of wife.
To grandchild., viz., John, Samuel and Eliza: Macubbin, cousins John Howard, Eliza: Norwood, Sarah Brice, Hannah Hammond, Cornelius and Joseph Howard and John Hammond, Jr., personalty.
To 3 child., viz., Philip afsd., ex., Susan and Ruth, residue of estate.
Trustees: Cousins John Howard and John Hammond, Jr., afsd.
Test: Jno. Howard, Andrew Wellplay, Geo. Slocium (Maryland Calendar of Wills, Liber 11, folio 397)
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AA.Co. Land Rec.WT2:159--This bond implies that all three children were unmarried and underage in 1707.
Thomas Tolley and sureties, Henry Pinckney, Edward Rummey,Charles Kilborne,Christopher Sinythers and William Gibbons,AACo,Gent; are firmly bound to John,Samuel and Elizabeth Maccubbins,sons and daughter of John and Deborah Maccubbins in the sum of 150 pds. Dated 15th March 1707. The conditions of the above are that Thomas Tolley pay the sum of 60pds. and a negro girl named Nell according to the will of Samuel Howard,late of this county decd. Witnessed by Joh Beale and Samll.Dorsey
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John Maccubbins, Jr. 6.207 A AA £102.19.2 £126.0.4 Dec 15 1724
Received from: Mr. William Lovell (merchant in London), Mr. Phill. Smith, Elisabeth Lusby, Henry Hill, Samuell Maccubbins, John Brown, Anthony Ruley.
Payments to: Joseph Hill, Anthony Arnold, Mr. Samuell Peele (dead), Moses Adney, Richard Hill, Albert Greening, Amos Garrett, Esq., John Cooke, Elisabeth Ridley, John Beale, Esq., Thomas Addison & Daniell Dulany, Esq., William Holland & Thomas Addison & Daniell Dulany, Esq., Thomas Brooke & William Holland & Thomas Addison, Esq.
Distribution to (equally): Samuell Maccubbins, Jr. (brother), accountant who married Elisabeth Lusby (sister).
Administrator: Thomas Lusby.
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MACUBIN, JOHN, Anne Arundel Co. 2 Dec, 1745; 7 May, 1752
To dau. Elizabeth Lusby, 5 s. current money, in full of her pt. of estate.
To son Samuel Mackubin, 5 s. current money in full of his pt.
To dau. Deborah Wilkins, same.
To dau. Anne Peerman, 1 slave.
To dau. Rachel Mackubin, slaves.
To dau. Ruth Mackubin, slaves.
To wife Anne Mackubin, plantation I live on being "Brampton Timber Neck, and 30 A. adjoining, and at her decease to son Richard Mackubin.
Daus. Rachel and Ruth Mackubin, shall live on the plantation afsd. with sd. son Richard.
To wife Ann, use of personal estate, and at her decease, to 7 children: Anne Peerman, William, Rachel, Zacharia, Moses, Ruth and Richard Mackubin.
Wit: George Payne, Thos. Whitman, John Hall, Richard White. 28. 297 
Maccubbin, Elizabeth (I1533)
 
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Ray, John, 24th Mar., 1718 ; 12th Apr 1718
To John (son of Wm. Ray, Sr.), 1/2 of real estate; other half of real estate to Geo., son of John Riddell.
Both beneficiaries afsd. to be of age at 18.
Exs.: Wm. Waford and James Ray.
Test: John Halsall, Wm. Aford, Edward Phillips, Mary Ann Johnson, Ruth Halsoll, Jane Vinnicom. 14. 528.
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Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records 1759-1763; Liber RR {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 114. At the request of George Riddle the following Deed was recorded January 31, 1761
Indenture made January 29, 1761; between John Riddle, Jr., planter in consideration of 30 pounds currency paid by George Riddle, planter has sold part of a tract called "Prince Spring" containing 50 acres and lying on the north east side of the White Marsh being a draft of the Eastern Branch of Potomack River. Signed John Riddle, Jr. in the presence of John Hepburn, John F.A. Priggs and acknowledged before John Hepburn and at the same time Mary Riddle w/o John Riddle, Jr.,relinquished her right of dower. 
Riddle, George (I10499)
 
123 A child's grave exists in the Yancey County Burleson Cem. with a head marker which reads:Malissa J. Riddle, b. May 23, 1898, d. May 5, 1899. This could be Jewell, the daughter of Lunel Riddle and Annie Burleson. Annie is buried in the same cemetery. Marker also reads Age 11M 13D Riddle, Malissie Jewell (I2928)
 
124 A good write up on this family is contained in 'Dillinghams of Big Ivy, Buncombe County, NC and Related Families' by Margaret Walls Haile, Pub. 1979, Reprinted 1985. See page 688-690 Birth Record in Yancey Co. Book D-1_221 Place Riddle, Joseph Grady (I2955)
 
125 A Land grant of 100 acres was issued to Randolph Riddle. Randolph's land was located between Hawkins' Mill Creek and Town Fork Road, the old road from Virginia to Salem, NC. Randolph and John lived about one mile from each other in the northeast corner of what is now Stokes Co.

Randolph 1790 land grant by Town Ford Road, NE. portion of Stokes, approx 10 miles South of VA Border on Buffalo Creek.  Neighbors: Thomas Cardwell, Wm. Southern, Daniel Ship.

Surry Co. NC Court Minutes Vol 1 & 2 1768-1789 by Mrs W O Absher. pg 134 Randol RIDDLE (and John) jury to mark road if necessary from Va line near William WEBBS to Rockingham county line near Abraham MARTIN's 16 Feb 1788.

Riddle/Easley/Hawkins, Stokes Co., NC, SC, TN
Posted by: Bob (ID *****0894) Date: September 28, 2003 at 16:17:12 of 4109
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Stokes County, North Carolina, 29 May 1795, Deeds, Volume 2, page 196, Benjamin Hawkins, Senr, and Benjamin Hawkins, Junr. to John Riddle 100 pounds for land (acreage not given) on waters of Mill and Racoon Creeks, division between William Hawkins and Benjamin Hawkins, Junr., adjoining Wm. Chandler; conditional line between Harmon Hawkins and John Riddle. Witnesses: John Easley and Randolph Riddle. Signed: Benjamin Hawkins, Senr., Benjamin Hawkins, Junr.

Betty Willie, Pendleton District, S.C. Deeds 1790-1806 (Easley, S.C.: Southern Historical Press, 1982).
p. 217. Pages 132-133: I, Nicals Perkins of Stokes (?) Co., NC for $600 sold to John Easley of Pendleton Co., 600 acres on Rice's creek of 12 Mile River, surveyed by David Hopkins, D.S., 11 Jun. 1784 for Patrick Bardon (Rardon). Date: 8 Oct. 1799. Signed: N. Perkins. Wit: James Trehern (?), Harmon Hawkins, H. D. L. J. Stone . . . "Be it remembered that one Kirks(?) has a claim of a tract of 40 acres in one corner of within deed and I, John Easley, do hereby relinquish all claim to the sd. Keeks (?)". Date: 13 Oct. 1799. Wit: Harmon Hawkins, Randolph Riddle. Harmon Hawkins made oath to Robert Bowen, J. P., 12 Nov. 1799. Rec: 1 Jan. 1800.

Franklin County, Tennessee, 1812 tax list, page 20:
Benjamin Easley
(four names intervening)
War Easley
John Easley
Randolph Riddle
(one name intervening)
Harmon Riddle
Benjamin Riddle is on page 18; John Riddle and again Harmon Riddle appear on page 10)

Obviously, this is no accident.
Randolph Riddle is said to be the husband of Jemima Hawkins. John Easley (my ancestor) was said by my grandmother's uncle (John's great-great grandson) to have been married to a Hawkins- it appears her name was Winifred. I believe that John and Randolph were probably brothers-in-law.
Any information would be appreciated. 
Riddle, Randolph (I10545)
 
126 A member of the North Western Merchant's Ass. requesting the Mayor to repave Pennsylvania Ave. with blocks instead of the current cobblestone. Hartung, John Christoph (I2032)
 
127 A native of Yancey County, he was a son of the late Reggie Elmer and Lila Sheppard Penland and is also preceded in death by his wife, Mary Bridges Penland. He was an Army veteran of WWII where he received a Purple Heart, Expert Sharp Shooter 4 Bronze Service Stars with 1 Bronze Service Arrowhead and several other awards. He was a member of VFW Post #891 and a member of Macedonia Baptist Church.

Mr. Penland is survived by a daughter, Joyce Penland Pike and her husband Carroll of Weaverville; a son, Bill L. Penland, Sr. and his wife Phyllis of Asheville; sisters, Marjorie Robinson and her husband Vono of Leicester, Ivory Parham and her husband Morris of Leicester and Dolly Crabtree of Weaverville; a brother, Bob Penland and his wife Pauline of Leicester; grandchildren, Kim Pike and Mary Beth Pike of Weaverville and Chip Penland, Jr. and Trina Haney of Asheville; two great-granddaughters and companion and special friend Velma Hensley.  
Penland, Grover Lee (I6652)
 
128 A very interesting story about Alice Riddle and Zeb Ray is given in Kirby Ray Whitaker's 'Those Ray's' Vol. I, page 53-55 Descendants of Zeb and Alice Riddle Ray as recorded by Whitaker, Ref. 9, Vol I, page 37. Riddle, Alice Etta (I3162)
 
129 AA.Co. Land Rec.WT2:159--This bond implies that all three children were unmarried and underage in 1707.
Thomas Tolley and sureties, Henry Pinckney, Edward Rummey,Charles Kilborne,Christopher Sinythers and William Gibbons,AACo,Gent; are firmly bound to John,Samuel and Elizabeth Maccubbins,sons and daughter of John and Deborah Maccubbins in the sum of 150 pds. Dated 15th March 1707. The conditions of the above are that Thomas Tolley pay the sum of 60pds. and a negro girl named Nell according to the will of Samuel Howard,late of this county decd. Witnessed by Joh Beale and Samll.Dorsey
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John Maccubbins, Jr. 6.207 A AA £102.19.2 £126.0.4 Dec 15 1724
Received from: Mr. William Lovell (merchant in London), Mr. Phill. Smith, Elisabeth Lusby, Henry Hill, Samuell Maccubbins, John Brown, Anthony Ruley.
Payments to: Joseph Hill, Anthony Arnold, Mr. Samuell Peele (dead), Moses Adney, Richard Hill, Albert Greening, Amos Garrett, Esq., John Cooke, Elisabeth Ridley, John Beale, Esq., Thomas Addison & Daniell Dulany, Esq., William Holland & Thomas Addison & Daniell Dulany, Esq., Thomas Brooke & William Holland & Thomas Addison, Esq.
Distribution to (equally): Samuell Maccubbins, Jr. (brother), accountant who married Elisabeth Lusby (sister).
Administrator: Thomas Lusby.
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MACUBIN, JOHN, Anne Arundel Co. 2 Dec, 1745; 7 May, 1752
To dau. Elizabeth Lusby, 5 s. current money, in full of her pt. of estate.
To son Samuel Mackubin, 5 s. current money in full of his pt.
To dau. Deborah Wilkins, same.
To dau. Anne Peerman, 1 slave.
To dau. Rachel Mackubin, slaves.
To dau. Ruth Mackubin, slaves.
To wife Anne Mackubin, plantation I live on being "Brampton Timber Neck, and 30 A. adjoining, and at her decease to son Richard Mackubin.
Daus. Rachel and Ruth Mackubin, shall live on the plantation afsd. with sd. son Richard.
To wife Ann, use of personal estate, and at her decease, to 7 children: Anne Peerman, William, Rachel, Zacharia, Moses, Ruth and Richard Mackubin.
Wit: George Payne, Thos. Whitman, John Hall, Richard White. 28. 297 
Maccubbin, John (I7575)
 
130 Abraham was a widower. Family F3703
 
131 Abstract of Deeds of Yancey County, NC, Deed Book #1, page 141 show that on Nov. 17, 1835, Robert Love & James R. Love of Haywood Co. sold land to Nathaniel Riddle of Yancey Co. for $50.00, 50 acres in Yancey Co. adjacent to Thomas Ray, Sr., John Riddle, Sr. & William Wilson, beginning East bank of Cainy River near Thomas Ray, Sr. corner E 192 on a flat ridge..N 42 near William Wilson line. W 192 on Riddle line. S 42 to beginning. Originally granted to John G. Blount.. in presence of Joseph Allen & Micager Blankinship.

Madison Co. was formed from Buncombe & Yancey Co. in 1851. Yancey Co. formed from Buncombe & Burke Co. in 1833. Buncombe created in 1791 from Burke & Rutherford.

1870 census lists Nathaniel as insane. 
Riddle, Nathaniel (I4901)
 
132 Accident - As Mr. Lorenzo Fogwell was driving toward Ingleside last Wednesday night his horse became frightened by some one driving by at a rapid gate and started to run. One of the the shafts became detached and he couldn't guide the horse so as to keep the buggy in the road. It swayed against a fence throwing Mr. Fogwell out on his head and shoulder. He was insensible for sometime, but walked to Ingleside not knowing where was when he reached that place. Dr. Go. W. Parvis attended him. He found that no bones had been broken, but Mr. Fogwell was much bruised about the shoulder and had suffered a scalp wound and concussion of the brain. After his wounds were dressed his condition improved and he was driven home. He is now doing well.

Proof of relationship between:
Lorenzo Fogwell
Anne E. Fogwell
Mary Fogwell Leayer
Lydia Fogwell Knotts
Otho M. Fogwell
Mary A. Fogwell
Harriet Fogwell

Queen Anne’s County to wit. Be it remembered, that on the Twenty fifth day of August, in the year of One Thousand and eight hundred and ninety three the following Power of Attorney and Deed was brought to be recorded to wit.

Know all men by these presents, that we, Lorenzo Fogwell and Cornelia Fogwell his wife, of Queen Anne’s County, State of Maryland Anne E. Fogwell of said County, Richard Leayer and Mary Leayer his wife, of said County, Lydia Knotts of said County, Otho M. Fogwell and Mary A. Fogwell, his wife of Kent County, State aforesaid and Harriet Fogwell of Caroline County, State aforesaid have made, constituted and appointed John B. Brown and Edwin H. Brown, of Queen Anne’s County aforesaid and the survivors of these our true and lawful attorneys in fact, for us and our representative names, places and ? _______________ 
Fogwell, Lorenzo Dow (I7063)
 
133 According to Census of 1880, not in Anne Arundel Co., Lusby, Charles A. (I1908)
 
134 According to Doratha Riddle Marsh in her book 'Branches Of One Riddle Family Tree', Lewis Riddle married Sally Powell, daughter of Simon Powell. Riddle, Lewis (I5084)
 
135 According to his mother’s obituary he was deceaced befor 1900. Fogwell, John (Fletcher?) (I15877)
 
136 According to inventory. Darrell, Paul (I18476)
 
137 According to the 1790 census Dobbs was over 16. To be listed in the census he would have been over 21 at least. Joiner, Dobbs (I11373)
 
138 According to the 1830 census his wife is listed as being between 20 and 29 years old. Calep, Mary (I11374)
 
139 according to the 1880 census. Buzzard, Nancy Elizabeth (I11060)
 
140 According to the MD State Archives Robert and Dorothy arrived in 1662 with the following children: Elizabeth, Jacob, Rebecca and Sarah.

Considering the date of birth and the dates of marriage Elizabeth could have been the sister of Robert Lusby b. 1760 and not his daughter. Elizabeth is not mentioned in his will as his other children are except for Rebecca who probably had passed away by then. (JCH)

Robert L. Lusby came into Anne Arundel Co. in 1662 with his wife Dorothy and daughter Eleanor. (Is this Elizabeth?)

Robert Lusby was transported by 1664 by Richard Yates who received 350 a. in Deep Creek on the s. side of Elizabeth River, Virginia for transporting a Lusby and 7 other people. (E:479).

His wife Dorothy, and children Elizabeth, Jacob, Rebecca, and Sarah immigrated to MD c1662. (Lusby immigrated and transported the others.) (C: cites MPL 5:485).

Robert Lusby was granted 50 a. called Lusby on 5 Aug 1664.
Lusby d. leaving a will dated 26 Feb 1674, and proved 19 May 1674. He named his wife Dorothy (to have tract Georgetown), and children Jacob, Zachariah, Robert, and Sarah. (MWB 2:63).

Lusby, Robert, Anne Arundel Co., 26th Feb., 1674; 19th May, 1674.
To son Jacob, ex., 50 A. on n. side A. Arundel R.
To wife Dorothy during life, residue of estate, real and personal, including "Georgetown."
To sons Zachariah and Robert, plantation afsd. at death of their mother.
To dau. Sarah, personalty.
Test: Philip Thomas, Richard Hill. 2. 63.
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Edwards, John, Anne Arundel Co., 13th May, 1670; 13th Nov., 1675.
Wife Eliza:, execx. and sole legatee of estate, real and personal.
Test: Sam'l. Withers, Robt. Lusby. 2. 362.
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Withers, Samuel, Anne Arundel Co., 23rd Mch., 1670; 2nd June, 1671. To wife Eliza:, 1/2 estate, real and personal. To son Samuel, 1/2 estate at majority and entire estate at death of wife afsd. To the care of Capt. William Burgess and Richard Hill are committed William Pennington and Thomas Pennington, orphans of William Pennington of Anne Arundel Co., to whom is left testator's estate in event of death of son Samuel afsd.
Test: Thomas March, Robt. Lusbie, Richard Hill. 1. 436.
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Buckenall, Thomas, Anne Arundel Co., 31st Mch., 1683; 17th July, 1683.
To Peter Hyde, personalty.
To wife Mary, execx., 50 A., "Lusby."
To Eliza:, dau. of sd. wife, land afsd. at death of her mother.
To Edward Wheelock, son of sd. wife, and hrs., sd. land in event of death of Eliza: without issue. Test: Jno. Andrew, Wm. Pennington, Anne Symonds. 4. 20. 
Lusby, Robert L. (I1434)
 
141 Acute alcohlism Meekin, Charles N. Sr. (I10282)
 
142 Adniram is listed as a widower in the 1920 census. Gardner, Elisabeth (I16020)
 
143 Adopted Lusby, Wallace (I1119)
 
144 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I2501)
 
145 Adopted by Elizabeth Riddle. Dobson, Rhoda (I16331)
 
146 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I5973)
 
147 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I5972)
 
148 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I5955)
 
149 Aegis Newspaper 5 June 1996 Bel Air, MD
Samuel Walter Pomraning of Street died June 5 at Harford Memorial Hospital. He was 72. Born in Delta, Pa., he was the son of the late Harvey Taylor and Edith Grace Snyder Pomraning and the husband of Helen L. Scarorough Pomraning. He retired in 1986 after 12 years of service as a truck driver for the Harford County Department of Public Works. Additionally, he worked for the former Robinson Brothers Feed Mill and Dooleys Feed Mill. He farmed most of his life, raising pigs and sweet corn to sell at his road-side stand. He enjoyed hunting and fishing. He was a 50-year member of Pine Grove Presbyterian Church in Airville, Pa., and a longtime member of the Delta-Cardiff Volunteer Fire Company.
In addition to his wife of 37 years, he is survived by three daughters, Debbie A. Badders and Donna L. Pomraning, both of Street, and Barbara E. Pomraning of Millers; a brother, Ralph Pomraning of Fawn Grove, Pa.; four sisters, Edna Wright and Marian Shelley, both of York, Pa., Lena Waltemeyer of Felton and Jessie Matson of Spry, and three grandchildren. He is also survived by a sisterr-in-law, Lynn Rudd of Jarrettsville. He was the stepfather of the late James C. Rudd Jr., who died July 31, 1994.
Services were held Saturday at Harkins Funeral Home in Delta, Pa., with the Rev. James B. Shuler officiating. Interment was in Pine Grove Cemetery in Airville, Pa. Pallbearers were Everett Duncan, David Spencer, David Troyer, Gary Pomraning, Donald Pomraning and William Jenkins. Honorary pallbearers were Arthur Baeckel, Edward Poteet, Frank Prisock and Pete Whiteford. 
Pomraning, Samuel Walter (I2236)
 
150 After his wife Mary died in 1871, Thomas remarried Mary J. Snyder, the widow of John Snyder. John Snyder had died in 1874. He happened to be the brother of Michael Snyder, Thomas Taylor's brother-in-law (his daughter Elizabeth's husband.) Thomas Taylor and his second wife Mary had one child, Thomas, who was born in about 1879. 

Delta Herald 6/26/1885 reported that Mr. Thomas Taylor who has been quite ill for some months with a kidney or liver complaint is now able to be about again and at last account was out in the cornfield at work.  Mr. Taylor is an old resident here and is about 75 years of age and until withing the last year has been as active as most men of 30.  He is an extensive farmer and lives about half a mile from Castle Fin Station.

York County Archives death record and file number TAYLOR, THOMAS R.  8/29/1885  4-033 Land sold by daughter Della Sinclair, al to E Milton Kilgore al Book 19 W, page 426, August 16, 1915.  Release  York County Archives

Deed of Thomas' land York County Archives Della J. Sinclair Grantee  Thomas R. Taylor, Grantor    ux 12Z 442  June 19 1902  L. Chan Twp. 
Taylor, Thomas R. (I8885)
 

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