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Mary Elizabeth “Lizzie” Mayberry  in the Censuses

Census Sunday Blanchard Project Blanchard-Bodge-Mayberry Line By Don Taylor Mary Elizabeth “Lizzie” Mayberry Bodge died October 10, 1882, at 45, suggesting she was born in 1837 or 1838. Her marker indicates she was the “Dau. of Edward & Frances Mayberry.”[i] … Continue reading

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Ancestor Sketch – Albert S. Bodge

Blanchard-Bodge Line By Don Taylor Blanchard-Utterstrom Project – Ancestor #18 List of Grandparents Grandfather: Edward Everett Blanchard 1st Great-grandmother: Minnie M. Bodge(1872-1948) 2nd Great-grandfather: Albert S Bodge (1838-1897) 3rd Great-grandfather: John Bodge Birth Albert S. Bodge was born in South … Continue reading

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Deed of Albert S Bodge to John J Bodge – 12 June 1876

Amanuensis[i] Monday Blanchard Project Blanchard-Bodge By Don Taylor As I begin looking more closely at the life of Albert S. Bodge, I find his life seems to have fallen apart sometime between 1872 and 1880. Looking at his property transactions … Continue reading

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Albert Bodge & the 1840 Census

Census Sunday Blanchard Project Blanchard-Bodge By Don Taylor One of my first process activities in reviewing an ancestor’s life is to follow the individual through all of the available census records. Often this can be difficult, but in the case … Continue reading

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Mary Parsons – The 1855 New York Census opened a Brick Wall

Census Sunday Brown-Sanford-Parsons-Wolcott By Don Taylor Introduction Following families in the early census records is always tricky, and following widows can be particularly difficult. I had been unable to find her in several early census records after her husband died. … Continue reading

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