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1951 was in Hathern in 1778 Whitworth, James (I230)
 
1952 WAS IN THE KY MILITIA AND WAR OF 1812 WAS A COLONEL; LATER BECAME A GENERAL. RIFFE, Christopher (I2577)
 
1953 WAS IN THE KY MILITIA AND WAR OF 1812 WAS A COLONEL; LATER BECAME AGENERAL. Source (S306)
 
1954 was later Anderson Co., KY ROBINSON, William (I1614)
 
1955 was later Anderson Co., KY Source (S414)
 
1956 Was stoker at Gas works. Style Twychel Whitworth, William (I9)
 
1957 Wenatchee World - November 20, 1996

Joseph E. "Joe" O'Connor, 77, Wenatchee, died Monday, Nov. 18, 1996, at Central Washington Hospital.

He was born on Feb. 9, 1919, in Portland, Ore. He moved to Okanogan at the age of 14. He was adopted by William and Hattie O'Connor. He attended school in Okanogan and graduated from Okanogan High School in 1939. He served in the U.S. Army Air Corps during World War II as a construction equipment operator.

He married Mary Pauline "Polly" Greene on April 4, 1940, in Omak. They moved to Wenatchee in 1952, where he has since lived. His wife preceded him in death in 1981. He later married Vicki Berkley on June 21, 1981, in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho.

Mr. O'Connor worked for Alcoa for 30 years as a furnace caster. After his retirement in 1982, he worked for Harrison Auto Parts as a delivery man for five years. He also was a greeter for more than a year at Wal-Mart and was known by the children as the "Candy Man."

He was a member of St. Luke's Episcopal Church; Wenatchee Valley Antique Car Club; AFL-CIO Aluminum Workers Local; and Bee Hive Grange. He enjoyed collecting antiques and old cars.

Survivors include his wife, Vicki O'Connor of Wenatchee; his daughters, Mrs. Ronald (Susan G.) Snelson of Wenatchee, Margaret Evenson of Kent and Lori Young of Spokane; his sons, Michael O'Connor of East Wenatchee, Patrick O'Connor of Spokane, Timothy O'Connor of Osan, Korea, and Rich McVeigh of East Wenatchee; 22 grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; a stepbrother, Henry Walker of Spokane; and numerous nieces and nephews. Besides his wife, Polly, he was preceded in death by his biological parents, his adoptive parents and several brothers.

Arrangements are by Betts Funeral Service, Wenatchee.
 
O'Connor, Joseph Emerson (I4038)
 
1958 Went into service- A Mrs Holt in Derby. Here she was well looked after & learned to be a fab cook! Especially potted beef! ATTENBOROUGH, Martha Ellen (I7132)
 
1959 When she was received into the church she was unmarried. buried church yard 14 mar 1844
which church? 
Whitworth, Mary (I580)
 
1960 Wife, Anna, to use and benefit by the plantation they own. "I know live on 30 acres of wood land with the labor of my negro fellow Dick with a third part of my other moveables during widowhood, and then to my two sons, George and Absalom Russell, all the land I am possessed of to be equally divided between them and their heirs and assigns forever, to my two sons George and Absalom my moveable estate except what I have lent my wife..."Exr: Well beloved wife Anne Russell, son George Russell..."hoping they will see the same duly performed as my trust in them is reposed...."
Codicil spelled out that should the two sons die before they come of age, Sarah, Lucretia and Judith shall have everything then divided among them.
The will had also provided for one shilling sterling to William and his family, Ann, Sarah, Lucreasy, Buckner, Judith and their families as well; to Elizabeth, part of his moveable estate to value of fifteen pounds. 
RUSSELL, William R (I1853)
 
1961 Wife, Anna, to use and benefit by the plantation they own. "I knowlive on 30 acres of wood land with the labor of my negro fellow Dickwith a third part of my other moveables during widowhood, and the n tomy two sons, George and Absalom Russell, all the land I am possessedof to be equally divided between them and their heirs and assignsforever, to my two sons George and Absalom my moveable estate e xceptwhat I have lent my wife..."Exr: Well beloved wife Anne Russell, sonGeorge Russell..."hoping they will see the same duly performed as mytrust in them is reposed...."
Codicil spelled out that should the two sons die before they come ofage, Sarah, Lucretia and Judith shall have everything then dividedamong them.
The will had also provided for one shilling sterling to William andhis family, Ann, Sarah, Lucreasy, Buckner, Judith and their familiesas well; to Elizabeth, part of his moveable estate to value of fi fteenpounds. 
Source (S431)
 
1962 William H "Crick" Carey
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CAREY, William H "Crick" (I2887)
 
1963 William is the correct mother's name; her father had wanted a son Nicholas, William (I1307)
 
1964 William migrated from KY to Lafayette Co., MO, after some of their children were born in Casey Co. CARPENTER, William (I1458)
 
1965 William migrated from KY to Lafayette Co., MO, after some of theirchildren were born in Casey Co. Source (S288)
 
1966 Witness was Ann Whitworth, Sarah's Sister. Higgs, Thomas (I404)
 
1967 Witnesses were Charles Cecil Roberts and Margaret Healey Source (S-2126166016)
 
1968 Wm. Carroll Erwin, name also spelled IRVIN, IRWIN in records, is the brother of her brother,
Austin's wife, Polly Ann Erwin.
William died young, perhaps of typhoid fever, leaving Mary Polly a young widow. 
Family F1250
 
1969 Wm. Carroll Erwin, name also spelled IRVIN, IRWIN in records, is thebrother of her brother,
Austin's wife, Polly Ann Erwin.
William died young, perhaps of typhoid fever, leaving Mary Polly ayoung widow. 
Source (S587)
 
1970 Worked for Lord Hives.

Joiner Ford and Weston. Was on Osmaston Rd.
Nightingale Rd. 
Reed, Leonard Edward (I5)
 
1971 World Connect project - Vickie Jenkins, source. RUSSELL, Priscilla (I1404)
 
1972 World Connect project - Vickie Jenkins, source. Source (S451)
 
1973 WWI Aviator; reached rank of Lt. Col; live all over US during that time incl
Colo Sps & Pueblo 
RUSSELL, CARL Sr. (I1186)
 
1974 WWI Aviator; reached rank of Lt. Col; live all over US during thattime incl
Colo Sps & Pueblo 
Source (S254)
 
1975 Yorkshire Parish Records, West Yorkshire Archive Service: Leeds, England Source (S2409)
 
1976 Yorkshire Parish Records. West Yorkshire Archive Service: Leeds, England. Source (S2494)
 

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