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151 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)
 
152 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)
 
153 After Nathaniel and Gertrude died, the family did not remain close. Ralph and To had no children nor did Bessie and John. Frank probably had two children. Mamie and Sam lived in Elizabethton, Tennessee and had several children who remain in the area. Diane. Riddle, Nathaniel Dudley (I4957)
 
154 After Samuel's death his widow Elizabeth married John Riddle, Sr.  Both lived to almost 100 years old. John Riddle, Sr. was a widower with a large family when he and Elizabeth married. Elizabeth died shortly after 
1795. 
Hawker, Elizabeth (I16489)
 
155 after three minutes. Rector, Katherine (I5141)
 
156 Age problem.
There is a Marsh Dudley listed in the will of William Dudley. Apparently there are two Marsh Dudleys, one the son of William and one the son of Abner Dudley.

Marsh Dudley, of Queen Ann County, ver weak of body
20 Feb 1777 / 17 Apr 1777
WHN 2/.Pg. 524
To Father - land “Whartons Adventure” - heirs and assigns forever
To sis Lide - 5 pounds
To sis Mary - 5 pounds
To Richard, William, Samuel Dudley - the rest of my estate to be divided equally.
Signed Marsh Dudley

Extr - Father Abner Dudley
Wit - George Williamson, Mary X Meginnis, Mary X Bolton
Wit - George Williamson states Marsh Dudley is “…of people called Quakers”. http://Ancestry.com 
Dudley, Marsh (I16593)
 
157 aged 1 year, 4 months, 16 days. (Faulkwell) Fogwell, Mary E. (I94)
 
158 Airville
The Baracca and Philate classes of Salem M.E. Church held their monthly meeting at the home of Grace E. Taylor, this place on Tuesday evening. The meeting was in charge of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Glenn. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Haugh, Mr. and Mrs. Huber Glenn, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Posey, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Glenn, Mr. and Mrs. James Taylor, Mrs. J.W McLaughlin, Mrs. H.A. Barton, Mrs. Grace Glenn, Mrs. J. Paul Brown, Miss Nora Glenn, Hester and Jean Haugh, Grace Taylor, Jean Glenn, Hyacinth and Virginia Taylor, George Stephens, Gilpin Taylor, Clair Stephens, Mryl Taylor and Ellis Haugh. 
Taylor, Grace E. (I2213)
 
159 Alexander was born, 22 Dec 1782 in Rowan County, North Carolina, and died by drowning, 28 Aug 1820 in Jefferson Township, Preble County, Ohio.

First Husband of Elizabeth Gibbs (1786 - 1869). Elizabeth Gibbs was the daughter of Reverand John Gibbs and Rebecca Connelly. Reverend Gibbs was a Revolutionary Soldier #S-8556NC, and a Methodist Minister. Elizabeth's parents are buried at Obeth Methodist Church Cemetery, Burke County, North Carolina. 
Penland, Alexander (I18491)
 
160 Alice Hartung signed his DC. Hartung, John Christopher (I10306)
 
161 Alice was the youngest child of Edward Charles and Ellen Evans, both from Pennsylvania. She died at a young age following the death of her daughter Hattie. They are buried side by side. Evans, Alice Ann (I4930)
 
162 Alive as of 1983 Riddle, Ernest (I6050)
 
163 Alive as of 1983. Married a Mr. Marphy Riddle, Gladys (I6051)
 
164 Alive as of 1983. Married a Mr. Maynard. Riddle, Lola (I6052)
 
165 All if these children were baptized in Hope Moravian Church. Slater, Mary (I11090)
 
166 All of Saul's children were living in West Virgina in August, 1983 at the time of John Nix, atty's reprot. Riddle, Solomon (I6109)
 
167 Allcock, Thomas,Talbot Co.,4th Mch., 1708-9;
13th June, 1709.
To dau. Elizabeth and hrs., 360 A., “Dudley's Choice” and “Strabridge,” excepting life interest in 40 acres of sd. land which is devised to Uriah Matthews and his wife ––.
To Joseph Blackwell and hrs., 100 A., part of “Phaselia” upon fork of Tuckahoe.
To John and Shederick Blackwell and hrs., sons of sd. John, 100 A., part of “Phaselia.”
Wife Hannah, extx. and residuary legatee of estate, real and personal, including 100 A., residue of “Phaselia” afsd., 500 A., “The Advantage” at mouth of Tuckahoe Ck., 100 A., New Town and 220 A., part of “Bramfield” in Queen Anne's Co. At decease of wife, sd. lands to pass to Burtonwook Alcock.
Test: Richard Webster, Richard Dudley, Thomas Silvester.
Part 2–12. 73.
MARYLAND CALENDAR OF WILLS: Volume 3
VOLUME III. 
Dudley, Richard (I15073)
 
168 ALLEN CEMETERY: Location: In the Pensacola area keep on 197S to Ewart Wilson Road, continue on this road to Bear Path Trail. Cross the river here and go a short distance to a road that turns off to the right and up a hill. Follow this road a short distance to cemetery.
 
Roland, Rachael Ann (I5440)
 
169 Also a burial permit that states Wm Hilditch was removed from Baltimore Cem. March 21, 1887 and buried in lot no. 532 grave no. N.E.Cor. Hilditch, William H. (I2550)
 
170 also have Hampshire Co. Riddle, Sylvester Eli (I10656)
 
171 Also listed as 4 May 1742 Family F5027
 
172 also listed as being born in Randolph Co., West Virginia, now Tucker Co. Goff, Benjamin Riddle (I10679)
 
173 also listed as Randolph Co., now Tucker Co., West Virginia. 1850 Ritchie Co. census. Smith, Lydia Ann (I11023)
 
174 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1267)
 
175 Alternate DOD is 15 Nov. 1881 in Unionville, MO. Riddle, Abraham (I16620)
 
176 although his military record lists his DOB as 26 Jun. Lusby, Joseph Barnes (I299)
 
177 Amanda "Mandy" Metcalf Fox, 83, of Route 1, Mars Hill, N.C. died at the home of a daughter, Zella Clyde Fox Young in Erwin, Tennessee Tuesday Morning, November 14, 1967 after a six month illness.

She was a daughter of the late John Black Metcalf and Dullie Robinson Metcalf and the widow of William Madison Fox, who died in 1963.

She was survived by five other daughters, Nancy Elizabeth Fox Metcalf of Hampton, Virginia, Donna Louella Fox Metcalf and Estie Mae Fox Edwards, both of Flag Pond, Tennessee and Miss Etta Minnie Fox of Erwin, Tennessee and Mary Amanda Fox Williams of Candler, N.C.; two sons, Robert Lee Fox of Winston-Salem, N.C. and Willard John "Bill" Fox of Erwin, Tennessee; five brothers, Byrd Malone Metcalf of Bakersville, N.C., Barnet George Washington Metcalf of Asheville, N.C., James Andrew "Jim" Metcalf of Candler, N.C., Troy Melvin Metcalf of Detroit, Michigan and Joseph "Joe" Metcalf of California; 23 grandchildren; 32 great-grandchildren and 2 great-great-grandchildren.

Funeral services were held at 2:30 p.m. Thursday, November 16, 1967 in Fox Creek Baptist Church. The Revs. Wade Harris, Carlos Buckner and Horace Honeycutt officiated. Burial was in Fox Creek Cemetery. 
Metcalf, Amanda (I17173)
 
178 Ancestry.com. North Carolina Death Collection, 1908-1996 [database online, ]. Provo, Utah: MyFamily.com, Inc., 2005., Name: Carmel Mcpeters, Death Date: 1 Jul 1992, Death County: Mitchell, Death State: North Carolina, Death Age: 75, Burial Location: Burial in state. McPeters, Carmon (I12382)
 
179 and had a total of 10 children. Family F3554
 
180 and had eight children. Family F3093
 
181 and had four children. Family F3553
 
182 and had seven children. Family F979
 
183 and had ten children. Family F2527
 
184 and had three children. Family F3097
 
185 and had twelve children. Family F3902
 
186 and his father was listed as Joseph H. Lusby. Lusby, George Washington (I533)
 
187 and his grave marker say's Hobart G. Riddle Nov 12, 1896 Sep. 29, 1944. He is buried next to is son with grave marker Gary H. Riddle in lot 221. Richard Riddle Riddle, Garrett (I2930)
 
188 and is supposed to be first born Lusby, Mary Ellen (I1868)
 
189 and later moved to Buncombe Co., North Carolina. Family F3072
 
190 and lived most of his live in Surry Co., Virginia. Buckner, Edward (I8679)
 
191 and moved to Buncombe Co. with his parents as a child. Buckner, Nimrod (I8703)
 
192 and moved to Frederick Co., MD. Family F3677
 
193 and they had four childrern. Hollis remained in New England except for a few family visits to Virginia. Family F3905
 
194 and weighted 14 pounds. Rector, Katherine (I5141)
 
195 Anne Arundel Circuit of the Methodist Episcopal Church, Anne Arundel, Mar, yland, FHL Number 13281 1789-1891, St Annes Parish, Annapolis, Anne Arundel, Maryland, 1688-1848 Lusby, Milcah (I1461)
 
196 Anne Arundel Circuit of the Methodist Episcopal Church, Anne Arundel, Maryland, FHL Number 13281 1789-1891 Lusby, Elizabeth (I7551)
 
197 Anne Arundel Circuit of the Methodist Episcopal Church, Anne Arundel, Maryland, FHL Number 13281 1789-1891 Lusby, Susannah (I1460)
 
198 Anne Arundel Circuit of the Methodist Episcopal Church, Anne Arundel, Maryland, FHL Number 13281 1789-1891, St Annes Parish, Annapolis, Anne Arundel, Maryland, 1688-1848 Lusby, Robert (I1455)
 
199 Ansel was the son of Edmond Bailey, soldier in the French and Indian War, and tradition has it, a Native American mother. Though the exact location of his birth is uncertain, he lived in Wilkes County when his marriage bond to Elizabeth Bradley was posted in 1789. They had migrated to the Toe River Valley by the turn of the century and settled at Lower Brown's Creek near Celo, at the foot of a mountain that became known as Bailey Mountain. He and Elizabeth are buried on the premises of their farm, along with 30-35 others. In 1988 a marker that includes the names of their children was erected in the cemetery as a memorial and tribute to this pioneer couple.  Bailey, Ansel (I3451)
 
200 Apparently died young as she does not appear in any of the following census records. Riddle, Margaret (I7182)
 

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