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51 174? Fogwell, John (I6926)
 
52 1783 Tax Assessment Queen Anne’s Co., MD
Aquilla Fogwell. QA Upper District p. 3. MSA S1161-9-1. 1/4/5/52? 
Fogwell, Aquilla (I6936)
 
53 1783 Tax Assessment Queen Anne’s Co., MD - MD State Archives
Joshua Dudley. Sarahs Portion, 191 1/4 acres. QA Upper District p. 15. MSA S1161-9-1. 1/4/5/52 
Dudley, Joshua (I15052)
 
54 1783 Tax Assessment Queen Anne’s Co., MD - MD State Archives
Richard Dudley. Sarahs Portion, pt, 118 acres. QA Upper District p. 15. MSA S1161-9-1. 1/4/5/52 
Dudley, Richard (I15053)
 
55 1783 Tax Assessment Queen Anne’s Co., MD - MD State Archives
William Dudley. QA Upper District p. 14. MSA S1161-9-1. 1/4/5/52? 
Dudley, William (I15054)
 
56 1815 MD  Lusby, Margaret Eliza (I372)
 
57 1818 Lusby, Thomas Hanson (I1867)
 
58 1820 census 26-45. Abt 35 years old. Joiner, William Jr. (I17834)
 
59 1840 census living next to Zachariah Riddle Sr. Riddle, Zachariah Jr. (I16533)
 
60 1850 census list POB as Tennessee Gentry, Mary Emeline (I17279)
 
61 1850 census: Enum. with John Rolph, merchant under Sarah C. Fogwell. Fogwell, John (Fletcher?) (I15877)
 
62 1850 Ritchie Co., West Virginiia census record. Goff, Alexander (I10982)
 
63 186. William T. Lusby Wooters, M. Lemuel (I6495)
 
64 186. William T. Lusby - Amelia decd; 3rd child. Lusby, Amelia (I1188)
 
65 1860 Texas census finds Uriah, his father-in-law Jeremiah (b. 1792) and Benj. Cooper living next to each other.

Uriah Riddle the son of Jeremiah married Matthew’s daughter Tabitha Adeline. 
Riddle, Jeremiah (I16649)
 
66 1860 Texas census finds Uriah, Jeremiah (b. 1792) and Benj. Cooper living next to each other. Riddle, Uriah R. (I16735)
 
67 1870 Census states that Merry was born in 1858 and was alive in 1870. Riddle, Merry Elizabeth (I13408)
 
68 1870 lists Edmond as son and 1880 lists Edmonia L. as daughter. Holcombe, Edmond L. (I10054)
 
69 1880 census - Living next to Elizabeth Riddle age 50 with three children. Riddle, James M. (I16693)
 
70 1880 census - Living next to James M. Riddle who was listed as divorced. Howard, Elizabeth (I16731)
 
71 1880 census - Widow or divorced. Allen, Rachael (I12541)
 
72 1880 census he had a broken leg. Riddle, Ephraim B. (I15775)
 
73 1880 census Jamima has a broken hip. Ingraham, Jemima (I10749)
 
74 1880 census states that his father was born in MD and mother in NC. Riddle, James Edward (I16617)
 
75 1880 Ritchie Co., WV census. This must be another James as he died in 1818.

Apparently Jeremiah and Margaret had a child out of wedlock as they are listed in the casebook of the Randolph Co., WV Orphan’s Court.
23 Oct. 1809 Mother Margaret Hardman and Father Jeremiah Riddle. The child’s name is not listed. 
Riddle, Jeremiah (I10576)
 
76 1889-1909: THE DIARY OF FRANK MOORE
Frank Moore was my 2nd-great-uncle. His sister, Elizabeth Moore Kimbro, was my great-grandmother. He was born January 20, 1856, and died in 1940. He and his wife, Mollie, had an only daughter, Ida, who died in 1904.
Uncle Frank was one of the most colorful characters in my family tree. He was a little mischievous and several family stories exist concerning his pranks (including a tale that as a young man, he was a friend of Frank James).
In 1887, Uncle Frank settled the land that he called "The Hollow." Later, he sold this land to his nephew, Ivan Kimbro (my grandfather), and it became the "Kimbro Home Place." The buildings he mentions in his diary stood until the 1970's, and the main house was the home of my grandparents until the death of my grandmother in 1971.
From 1889 until 1909, Frank Moore kept a diary. After the death of my grandmother, the diary was given tome and is one of my most prized possessions.
Uncle Frank was a great-uncle of my dad, but of equal interest to me, his diary mentions several ancestors on my mother's side of the family: Mont England, Exie England, and Russell Southerland.
At the time of writing, most of the entries were insignificant, but today, the diary makes fascinating reading. I have not copied the entire diary but I included several entries. Uncle Frank had a wonderful sense of humor and many of his comments are comical. All spellings and capitalizations are copied as they are written in the diary. As a personal touch, I have added notes concerning names, events, and places in the entries that follow.
State of Tenn Dickson Co John Louis Wells made a crop for me in the year 1889 this Dec the ___ (page torn) 1889.
I took turkey with tee lovell to day this Dec the 25th 1889.
This is the day I got Shot at Mr. Hickersons Dec the 25th 1889.
Bought a Bible from Mr Scrouch one arm man Dec the 10th 1889.
The year 1889 was meat spoiling year.
Moved down in the hollow nov the 20th 1887 dug my cystern in fall of 1889 ("the hollow" was a farm which was later purchased by my grandfather, I. F. Kimbro).
I was Elected Constable in Aug 188_ (page torn).
I danced at Ben Browns Dec the 28th.
Ida got her little wady cat in the summer 1889.
I am 34 years old to day and it rained all day Jan the 20th 1890.
N. R. Sugg James Tatom Low Bruce Henderson Baker Laura Baker Was here to day this Easter Sunday April The 6th 1890.
The Spring of 1890 was the Rainy Spring.
Bought my Sulley from Verg Miller May the 14th 1890 price 33 dollars for out fit Sulley and gear.
This May the 24th 1890 And some people is not done planting corn yet.
Mrs. M. P. Moore had a chill June the 8th day 1890.
I had a spell of cholera morbus June the 26th 1890.
I was Elected Constable Aug The 9th 1890 for the fourth time In Succession this Sept the 17th 1890.
Bought five dollars & 50 cts worth of lace from the Irish that was camping at John Woodys this Sept the 24= 1890.
Sept the year 1890 was a Wet Spell of weather.
Little Ida Moore (Frank Moore's daughter) was taken sick Oct the 15th 1890 And Dr. Scott come to see her Oct the 17th 1890.
Jim Redden come here the 9th of Jan 1891 to go a fox hunting we started no fox But caught Three coons (Uncle Frank's mother was Lucy Redden. The Reddens mentioned throughout the Diary are all relatives).
Sent to Nashville By Mr J T Hudson for my Buggie harness on the 28th of Jan 1891 Price $6.00 with collar and lines out.
Jim Tatom had his front Piazor put up the winter of 1891 by N. A. Fielder & C. D. Wills (Although misspelled, he is referring to a piazza, or front porch).
Roled logs March the 23rd 1891.
Parson Crocket Disappeared In March 1891 (On March 27, 1891, the Maury Democrat reported that Rev. Henry Crockett of the Methodist Church, Dickson, 
Moore, William Frank (I13008)
 
77 19 Dec  Scott, Andrew (I9786)
 
78 1900 census list Milcah as a widow Tilghman, Henry Cook (I16477)
 
79 1900 census lists DOB as Sep. 1894. Riddle, Walter Lee (I2059)
 
80 1900 census lists this person as Wilma A. Wilson, William A. (I11819)
 
81 1900 census: 101 Vincent St., Baltimore, MD. Hartung, William Leonard (I10368)
 
82 1910 census states that Joseph E. was a widower. Harriet J. (I14511)
 
83 1910-1915 Hartung, Lillian Missouri (I2036)
 
84 1920 census a widow. Riddle, Caroline (I18032)
 
85 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I9282)
 
86 1920 census. Metcalf, Kelly (I9993)
 
87 2 children. Family F13492
 
88 2 Nov 1933
Fifteen Years Ago
James A. Taylor, Lancaster Co., and Ira W. Chandlee, Slab, Pa. have rented the store stand and warehouse at Castle Fin station and will take possession about November 1. 
Taylor, James Alexander (I2115)
 
89 2 Nov. 1933 - J. Harry Walker Obit
Funeral services for J. Harry Walker were held at the home of his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Riddle, Aberdeen, Md., on Friday afternoon in charge of the Rev. Fielding, assisted by Dr. Hammond, Felton. A stroke of paralysis was the cause of death. He was aged 76 years. The deceased was well known in Delta, having resided here for several years. Surviving besides his widow, Mrs. Mary Taylor Walker, is one son, Cecil Walker, Havre de Grace; three daughters, Mrs. Helen Riddle, Aberdeen, with whom he resided, Mrs. Mabel Smallwood, Baltimore, and Alice M. Walker, Washington, D.C. Interment was made in Mt. Zion cemetery, near Bel Air. 
Walker, John Henry (I6625)
 
90 20th Tennessee Cavalry

Company K. Enlisted September 1, 1863 at Cottage Grove, TN, by Capt. Bowman for the war. Absent on roll for Mar/April 1864, "Absent without leave from April 28, 1864". Present on roll for May/June 1864. Killed at Harrisburg.
Born 1834, Pittsylvania Co. VA. Married 1858, America J. Hodges, in Pittsylvania Co. VA. Widow's pension file #130.
Source: Compiled Service Records [R], Rennolds (1904/61); Sherril (1992).
  
Riddle, Thomas G. (I10709)
 
91 217-09-6849 Poole, William F. (I14715)
 
92 23 Apr  Koza, Nancy (I9718)
 
93 26 Mar 1915
Mr. Harry M. Walker, of Harrisburg, was an over-Sunday guest of his father, Mr. Mahlon Walker, in South Delta. Mr. Walker is a carpenter by trade and has lived in Harrisburg several years. 
Walker, Harry Malcom (I2440)
 
94 27 Jan  Cromer, Tamara Susan (I8324)
 
95 29 Nov  Spring, Russell Edgar (I1750)
 
96 2nd child of John & Emily Lusby. Birth records in Lusby family Bible. Wife- Mary A. Birth recorded also a clipping in the Lusby Bible, states Charles Thomas Lusby was a merchant at the head of the Sassafras. Later he moved to Chestertown, MD. and was elected Sheriff of Kent Co., MD. and late Lusby, Charles Thomas (I2708)
 
97 2nd child of John & Emily Lusby. Birth records in Lusby family Bible. Wife- Mary A. Birth recorded also a clipping in the Lusby Bible, states Charles Thomas Lusby was a merchant at the head of the Sassafras. Later he moved to Chestertown, MD. and was elected Sheriff of Kent Co., MD. and later a clerk to the County Commissioners for a number of years. He died at the age of 49 yrs. old after a brief illness of typhoid pneumonia. He was an affectionate and indulgent parent and husband, a good neighbor and citizen, a kind and true friend.

Another article in the Lusby Bible states the death of Mary Maria Neal Lusby, 16 yrs. old daughter of Charles T. Lusby and Mary A. Lusby. The article mentions Mary's brothers and sisters, but not any names or dates. The will of Robert James Lusby made in 1881 mentions the children of his deceased brother Charles T. Lusby. 
Lusby, Charles Thomas (I2708)
 
98 2nd Lt. John J. Arrowood, Co. G, 14th Battalion North Carolina Cavalry, Confederate States Army. He was born in what is now Yancey County, NC in 1821 and died in Johnson County, KY in 1902. Arrowood, John Jackson (I4529)
 
99 3 children. Goodson, Sarah (I18585)
 
100 3. JOHN LUSBY, the eldest son of Jacob (2), m. Eleanor Cross on 1 Jul 1702 in St. Anne's Parish AA Co. (A:65). Eleanor was a dau. of Elinor Cross of AA CO. who made a will on 23Oct 1719, naming Jacob, son of John Lusby. (B: MCW $:220 cites MWB 15:273).

John Lusby of AA Co., d. leaving a will dated 28 July 1732, and proved 7 Dec 1732. He named his wife Ellenor (extx., to have Little Harness), and children: Jacob, John, Aaron, Thomas, Samuel, Rachell, Mary, and Ellenor. William Ruley, Elizabeth Ruley and Moses Adney witnessed the will. (MWB 20:485).

John and Eleanor were the parents of (A:66, 72): JACOB, b. 4 Feb 1705/6 in St. Anne's Parish (bapt. 7 April 1706, Jacob Lusby, Sr., Moses Adney, and Alice Moore were godparents); RACHEL "Lisby," b. 2 (?) 1714, bapt. 8 Jan 1714 in St. Anne's Parish; JOHN; AARON; THOMAS; SAMUEL; MARY; and ELLENOR.


Lusby. John, A. A. Co., 28th July, 1730 ; 7th Dec., 1732.
To wife Ellenor, extx., "Little Harness" during widowhood, to pass at her decease or marriage to son Jacob and hrs.
To sons Jacob, John, Aaron, Thomas and Samuel and daus, Rachel, Mary and Ellenor, personalty.
To childs afsd., residue of estate at death or marriage of wife afsd.
Test: William Ruley, Elizabeth Ruley (dec'd at date of probate), Moses Adney. 20,485.
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John Lusby 17.449 AA £128.1.8 Jul 11 1732 Aug 7 1733
Appraisers: Ezekiel Gillis, Levin Hill.
Creditors: Richard Hill, William Chapman.
Next of kin: Jacob Lusby, John Lusby, Jr.
Executrix: Eleanor Lusby.
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John Lusby 14.22 A AA £128.1.8 £51.5.11 Nov 8 1735
Payments to: Mr. William Hunt (merchant in London) paid to Daniel Dulany, Esq., Mr. Philip Smith (merchant in London) paid to Mr. William Chapman, Mr. William Chapman, John Gresham, John Welsh, John Beale, Esq., Charles Calvert, Esq.
Executrix: Elinor Wells (relict), now wife of Thomas Wells.
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Cross, Elinor, A. A. Co., 23rd Oct., 1719; 2nd Nov., 1719.
To dau--in-law Mary Cross, extx., and hrs. , "Ferry Point's on Baldwin's Ck. (for dose. see will), dwelling house and personal estate.
To sons Joshua, and Thomas Cross, residue of " Beard 's Dock." Shd. son Thomas die without issue, his portion to pass to Jacob: son of John Lusby. Shd. Joshua afsd. die without issue, his portion to Jacob Lusby afsd.
To dau. Priscilla Fowler, personalty.
Debts contracted with Saml. Young and Joseph Hill to be satisfied out of rents.
Test: Saml. Warner, Stephen West, Jane Sardy, Elizabeth West. 15. 273.
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John Watkins 36.348 A AA £684.13.5 Aug 16 1754
Payments to: cost of suit by Ninian Beall (son of Charles Beall) per Daniel Dulany, Esq. paid by Samuel Smith (dead) paid to Mr. William Cumming (dead) per Mr. John Brice, Jeremiah Belt due from deceased as garnishee of Charles Rogers, James Dick, John Harding, Samuel Lusby (his portion of estate of his father John Lusby (deceased was security on estate of Thomas Wells)), Jacob Lusby (his portion of estate of his father John Lusby (deceased was security on estate of Thomas Wells)).
Payments to (their portions): wife (unnamed, daughter) of Samuel Lace, John Watkins (son), wife (unnamed, daughter) of Anthony Smith, wife (unnamed) of Samuel Smith.
Executrix: Mary Watkins 
Lusby, John (I1374)
 

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