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Daniel Snyder (1838 - 1927)

Daniel Snyder was the son of John Snyder (Schneider) and Hannah Marie Feuring. He married Mary Letitia Keister, daughter of Daniel Keister and Matilda Graffius, 5 Dec 1860 at Bucyrus, Crawford County, ...


Mathias Parthemore (1845 - 1936)

Learned the trade of carpenter from his father, resides in Harrisburg, Pa. enlisted in the army 28 Jul 1862 in Co. A, 127 regiment, Pa. Vol. mustered out with company 8 May 1863. reenlisted in Co. F 20...


On 12 Jul 1861 David, a carpenter, mustered into service with the 15th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry as a Corporal, being credited to the quota of Clinton, Worcester County, Massachusetts. David a...


Pvt Samuel H. Chubb (1835 - 1901)

Samuel was the son of Henry and Nancy Miller Chubb. He married Sarah J. Lyter and the couple had 9 children. During the Civil War, Samuel served with Co. H, 192nd Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry. He en...


Henry Chubb (1827 - 1906)

CIVIL WAR VETERAN DEAD — Henry Chubb, 82 years of age, died at a local sanitarium Friday [15 June 1906] morning at 5 o'clock. His death was due to diseases incident to old age. His brother, Jerr...


Samuel Weitzel Dissinger (1842 - 1917)

18 Jan 1917: Pneumonia claimed another victim Wednesday night in the person of Samuel W. Dissinger, a veteran of the Civil War, and former Director of the Poor of Lebanon County, who died at his home i...


4 Dec 1919: John W. Dissinger, widely known as a carpenter and as a veteran of the Civil War, died Tuesday morning at 10:00 o'clock, at his home at 22 Water Street, a victim of a stroke of paralysis su...


John Posey (1892 - 1918)

Son of Peter H. Posey and Rebecca A. GrossAge: 26 yearsCause: Lobar pneumonia16 Jan 1919: Mr. and Mrs. Peter Posey, of West Lebanon, have received the sad tidings of the death on December 29, in France...


Travis E. Frazee (1963 - 2011)


Pvt. John A. "Jack" McCarthy (1888 - 1969)


Pvt. John A McCarthy Served with Co.D 36th Inf. U.S.Army during WW1 of 1917-18. He worked as a carpenter before and after the war. He served in the Nevada State Legislature from November 1912 to Novemb...


Joseph Henry Cranston (1828 - 1889)

Enlisted 1861 in the US Civil War 3 times, Union Army - Company B, 39th Illinois and two other regiments. . Appraised personal effects at death: $.25, Home for Disabled Soldiers.


Ralph D. McKinstry (1906 - 2001)


Fred K. Prouty (1899 - 1930)


Military Service: World War 1 tree


Laertes Chapin (1778 - 1847)

General notes: Cabinetmaker, jeweler, and watchmaker Events in his life were: Apprenticed about 1791 to Aaron Chapin in Hartford CT He was a partner from 1828 to 1838 with Aaron Chapin in Hartfor...


Charles F. Dick (1867 - 1948)




James Mullineaux (1806 - d.)


Mahlon Betts (1795 - 1867)

Links Find A Grave Wikipedia


James J. Satterwhite (1890 - 1957)

Binnie James Satterwhite in the North Carolina, Birth Indexes, 1800-2000. Parent1 Name: James Satterwhite Parent2 Name: Nancy Johnson Residence : 1940 - North Manheim, Schuylkill, Pennsylvania, USA


Jean Bechet (c.1802 - d.)

"J.B. Beshe"

6 children thrived. From On and Off the Bandstand: A Collection of Essays Related to the Great Bands ... By Arthur Bradley. Page 1909 Sidney Becher's great grandfather was named Becher. He...


Joseph Alfano (1895 - 1963)

Joseph Alfano, 68, of 221 Rutger St., died today while visiting his sister, Mrs. Angela Tescione, of Rochester. Mr. Alfano was born in Saratoga Springs. He came to Utica as a boy and received his educa...


Thomas Welsh (1824 - 1863)

Thomas Welsh (May 5, 1824–August 14, 1863) was a soldier in the United States Army during the Mexican-American War and a Union brigadier general during the American Civil War. Thomas Welsh was...


Sylvester Fisher (1853 - 1923)


John Murphy Trotter (1831 - 1889)

Battle Unit Name:4th Regiment, Tennessee Cavalry John Trotter was a carpenter and a farmer known in the area as "Smokin' Joe" He and Tryphena were charter members of the Pigeon Forge United Methodist...


John Harrison (1831 - 1897)

At the age of 13 Mr. Harrison bound himself out for a period of three years to learn the trade of a carpenter and at the expiration of that time commenced to work at his chosen occupation, which he fol...


Henry Day (1847 - 1928)

According to the United States Census, 1900New YorkOneidaED 82 Utica city Ward 13 he had 3 children none of whom are living. FORMER RESIDENT DIES IN ROME HOSPITAL Henry Day, a former resident of this...


Alesandro Zacaroli (1871 - 1918)




Aaron Chapin (1753 - 1838)

Biography He worked from 1783 to 1838 as a cabinetmaker, jeweler, and watchmaker in Hartford CT listed in the Hartford Directory of 1825 as a cabinetmaker and jeweler at the head of Trumbull Street. ...


Robert N Bartlett (1844 - 1902)

Residence : Glenwood, Schuyler, Missouri, United States - 1880** Updated from MyHeritage Family Trees via son Lewis Ville Bartlett by SmartCopy : Feb 5 2015, 23:52:23 UTC


John Valentine Kearns (1851 - 1914)


James Brush Gibson (1799 - 1882)


Jacob Gibson, III (1814 - 1882)

Grandfather Jacob spent his youth apprenticing this his elder brother as a carpenter and was an early convert to the LDS Church. He arrived in the Salt Lake Valley October 14, 1850 with the Wilford Woo...


William Copeland (1796 - 1860)

William apprenticed to Jessie Williamson of Philadelphia and learned the trade of builder and carpenter. At the age of twenty-two, relocated to Matanzas, Cuba. He accumulated a large fortune while in C...


Thomas Mcd Kincaid Birth: July 17 1817 Death: Feb 12 1899 Wife: Margaret J Kincaid Wife: Elizabeth Kincaid (born Hansbarger) Children: Rachel A Kincaid, Laura E Kincaid, Virginia V Kincaid,...


Jacob Jonas Raub (1758 - 1815)

Jacob was a carpenter and joiner. Because he showed patriotic service when he "furnished supplies to the Pennsylvania Militia in 1778", he is National Society Sons of the American Revolution (NSSAR) Pa...


Henry Taylor (1823 - 1891)

From North Carolina Architects & Builders : Henry Taylor (1823-1891), born a slave, was a prominent carpenter and citizen in Wilmington during the mid and late 19th century. Although few specific p...


Robert Rutledge (1782 - 1862)

Immigration : His occupation was a Carpenter. - Circa 1800  New York, USA Immigration : Circa 1820 -  200 acre farm near Kitchener, Wilmot Twp., Waterloo Co., Upper Canada (Ontario), Ca...


Philip White, of Beverly MP (c.1662 - 1743)


4. vii. PHILIP WHITE, b. Abt. 1662, Jeremisquam Neck, Kennebec, Maine; d. Aft. 1743, of Newton, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts. He was the son of John White (b abt 1604-d bef 1704) of Kennebec, Maine, an...


Lieut. Harvey Annis (1825 - 1865)

Harvey Annis was born 1825 in Madison County, New York, the son of Lewis and Hannah Annis. Harvey was a carpenter by trade, and was residing at Oshkosh, Wisconsin when he enlisted as a Private with Com...


James E. Williams (1906 - 1969)


Samuel Allen, of Beverly & Manchester MP (1632 - 1709)

"Samuel "housewright" Allen"

Samuel Allen Birth: 8 JAN 1632 in Salem, Essex, MA 1 Death: 1709 in Manchester, Essex, MA Father: William Allen b: abt 1602 in England Mother: Alice b: 1612 in Somersetshire, England Wife: ...


Nick Offerman (born June 26, 1970) is an American actor, writer, and carpenter widely known for his breakout role as Ron Swanson in the acclaimed NBC sitcom Parks and Recreation, in which he received t...


Norman Walls (1834 - 1915)


Evan Art Ramey (c.1923 - 2014)

U.S. Army veteran of World War II in the South Pacific where he received the Bronze Star and Purple Heart. Read more: Evan Art Ramey — Mount Vernon News


P. Daniel Frazee (1960 - 2013)



William P. Snowden (1825 - 1909)

"Uncle Billy"

On August 5, 1854, " ... a man named William P. Snowden and his good wife rowed across the Missouri from a place called Kanesville and became the first permanent white settlers of the fur-trading post ...


Peter J. McGuire (July 6, 1852 - February 18, 1906) was an American labor leader of the nineteenth century, the founder of the United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America and one of the lea...


Harold Virgil Beeman (1918 - 2009)


Robert H. Pruitt (1934 - 2013)



Lee Elmer Bostic (1920 - 2006)

Lee worked as a carpenter, primarily in road construction projects. He retired from Carpentry Local #976, Marion.


James L. Sells (1933 - 2013)

James served in the United States Navy during the Korean War.


Civil War Union Army Officer. He served during the Civil War as Colonel and commander of the 203rd Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry. Before the was he was a school teacher. After the war he worked as a ...


James Hoban (1758 - 1831)

James Hoban (c. 1758 – December 8, 1831) was an Irish architect, best known for designing the White House in Washington, D.C. James Hoban was raised on an estate belonging to the Earl o...


Earl Clarence Farber (1902 - 1983)

Member of NEWPORT LODGE #455 F&AM, serving as Master in 1942 and District Deputy in 1958 and 1959, and the MOHAWK VALLEY CONSISTORY,Ziyara Shrine LIVED ON MOUNTAIN HOME ROAD ALL OF THEIR MARRIED LI...


Edward Oliver Arnold (1921 - 2002)

Edward Arnold was a WWII veteran serving in Patton's Third Army in the European theater of war, was a member of the St. Vincent de Paul Church in Mt. Vernon, and former member of the St. Lukes Church i...


Capt. Robert Wheeler MP (c.1680 - 1740)

"note from CLE: likely an incorrect birth date also", "this may be the son of another couple."

Robert Wheeler Birth: ABT 1680 in Calvert County, Maryland Death: before 23 NOV 1748 in Prince George's County, Maryland - Probate Father: Robert Wheeler b: BEF 1657 Mother: Mary MNU Wheeler ...


Albert Henry Woolson MP (1847 - 1956)

Albert Henry Woolson (February 11, 1847 – August 2, 1956) was the last surviving member of the Union Army who served in the American Civil War. He was also the last surviving Civil War veteran o...


Daniel Lampson Conger (1833 - 1919)

Daniel Conger became a carpenter at the age of 14. He went to Chicago and then to Mills county in 1857. He was an early carpenter in Glenwood where he built many of the older business houses, and also ...


Charles R Getty (1859 - 1926)

"One source says his middle name starts with "R " another says it's "E"."

Gail's Genealogy Project 1_2012-05-26 Public Member Tree 2 attached records, 2 sources photos Charles Ross Getty [Charles R. Getty] Birth: dd mm 1860 Death: date Spouse: name surname F: George ...


Francis Perry (1608 - 1659)

Immigrant to Salem, MA in 1631, moved to Lynn about 1652, to Barbadoes in 1655. Francis Perry was a carpenter for the Saugus IronWorks. He was often in Salem Court (Quarterly Court Reports of Essex, MA...


Paul Jørgensen Snekker (b. - 1739)

"Povel", "Paul", "Powell Snedker"

Han er mest sannsynlig den samme som Powel Jörgensson fra Stranden som er nevnt som fadder i sin sønnesønn Paul sin dåp? Flyttet til Kjelland etter 1701. Snekker. Kalles P...


Deacon George Clark MP (c.1611 - 1690)

Deacon George Clark was born circa 1611 England and died on June 18, 1690 in Milford, New Haven, CT. His wife was Sarah. She died Sept. 22, 1689 in Milford. Children: Thomas Clark b. Abt 1638 ...


Seth Ingersoll Browne (1750 - 1809)

A Patriot of the American Revolution for MASSACHUSETTS with the rank of MINUTE MAN. DAR Ancestor # A015866 Seth Brown, born in 1750, was 23 when he participated in the Boston Tea Party. He was a hous...


Franklin Philip Dudrow (1875 - 1935)

House carpenter in Hyattstown, MD in 1900. Source: , Census information for Montgomery County, MD 1900


George Marion Debolt (1866 - 1939)

He served in Co. D, 1st Reg, WV National Guard in 1892.10 He was a carpenter in 1930 at Knox Co, OH.. He died on 17 December 1939 at Richland Co, OH., at age 73.


John Robinson Gibson (1871 - 1909)

Grandfather John was 11 years old when his father, Jacob Gibson III passed away, was a member of the Carpenters Union, is an "unknown" in the Bingham Cemetery, is listed at the Bingham Cemetery, and if...


From Wikipedia (English) : William Musgrave Calder I (March 3, 1869 – March 3, 1945) was an American politician from New York. Biography He was born in Brooklyn on March 3, 1869 to Alexand...


Patrick Hassett (1806 - 1866)

In 1836, Patrick was convicted of the manslaughter of Michael Carey and sentenced to transportation for life. . He was detained onboard the prison Hulk awaiting the ship that would bring him to a new l...


Svend Johnson (1824 - 1896)

"Sven Johanson", "Johansson", "Johnsen"

1868: Flytter til Christiania (Gjennom Karlstad?) 27 April 1868. 1875: Nevnt som Snekker, født i Sverige i 1834. Er da gift og har to barn. Kona er også svensk. Bosatt i Toftes gate 53....


From Francis Gray and Maryland's Civil War The life of this Francis Gray (Graye) is fascinating since he was one of the earliest settlers of the Province of Maryland, was elected a Burgess, actively ...


Samuel Seward Hoblit (1805 - 1866)

----------------------------------------------------------------------- Biography excerpts taken from: [The History of Logan County, Illinois; it's past and present: Robert B. Latham: Donneley ,L...


Pvt John Baymiller (1845 - 1912)

[ Private Co K 200th PA Volunteers John Baymiller was born December 13, 1845, the son of George & Christianna Baymiller. He was the husband of Anna Rebecca Kepner Baymiller, who died in 1900, and Mar...


Samuel Swift (1686 - 1726)


Erie J. Sauder (1904 - 1997)

Sauder Woodworking Company is a furniture manufacturing business that started in 1934 making kitchen cabinets. from historical marker in Archbold, Fulton County, Ohio: A pioneer furniture manufactu...


Thomas A. Oldman MP (c.1663 - 1714)

Thomas Oldman is thought to be the son of John and Elizabeth Oldman of Scarning, a small town within a few miles of Horningtoft, Norfolk. Norfolk was one of the centers of persecution of Quakerism. It ...


Freegrace Norton MP (1635 - 1675)

i FREEGRACE, b. about 1635; m. Ipswich 3 August 16[58-62] Lydia Spencer. Birth: 1635 Salem Essex County Massachusetts, USA Death: Oct. 19, 1675 Hatfield Hampshire County Massachusetts, USA FREEGRAC...


Peter Tondee (1723 - 1775)

At age 16, Tondee was apprenticed to James Papot, a Savannah carpenter. During his apprenticeship Tondee worked on the first building of Christ Church, and as a master carpenter he and his partner buil...


William Joseph Bonaparte (1879 - 1950)


Methodist Church, Lived at 14 MacKenzie Street, Sydney, NS


Albert Agustus Moore (1885 - 1955)

UTICA DAILY PRESS FRIDAY MAY 13, 1955 Albert A. Moore, 69, Whitesboro Resident Albert A. Moore, 69 of 6 Gould St.,Whitesboro died May 12,1955 in St. Elizabeth's Hospital after a two month illness. ...


Stephen Green Eubank MP (1803 - 1872)

New Information about Stephen Green Eubank and an excerpt from a book entitled, “New Salem, the Early chapter in Abraham Lincoln’s Life”, which was written by a woman named Josephi...


James Joseph Eubank MP (1826 - 1907)

James Joseph Eubank was born December 11, 1826, in Maury County, Tennessee, to Stephen Green Eubank and his wife, Susannah Quarles Branch Eubank, who were married in Maury County in March of 1826. Two ...


Joel Philbrook (1759 - 1820)

Joel was a marine during the Revolutionary War on the Massachusetts Colony frigate "Boston" under the command of Captain Hector McNeil. He was a ships carpenter and sea captain. He cruised up and dow...


James Robert Quillen (1853 - 1940)

"James R. Quilin"

His date of birth is also given as 11 August 1854. He was a carpenter, cabinet maker and farmer. He was almost certainly the James R. Quilen (5), who appears on the 1860 census as the son of James and ...


Jonas Svanström MP (1754 - 1811)

He was a cavalry soldier, joining the army in 1787. He served in Tjust Company of the Andra Livgrenadjärregementet. He would have served in Gustav III's Russian War (Gustav III:s ryska krig) 178...


Shadrack Doggett MP (c.1808 - d.)


Shadrach Doggett 1850 United States Federal Census Birth: Circa 1808 - Georgia, United States Residence: 1850 - Watkinsville District, Clarke, Georgia, USA Schedule: Population Wife (implie...


Thomas Robbins, of Salem MP (c.1618 - 1681)


Thomas Robbins Born: 1618 (England) Died: AFT 1681 (Salem, MA?) Married After 1657 at: Duxbury/Salem MA 2 to Isabel (Died: October 9, 1674 at: Salem MA 1.) She was the widow of Michael Sp...


Jonathan Glover (1702 - 1737)


Levi T Townsend (1845 - 1923)


Levi T. Townsend was born Sept. 30, 1845 at Pickerel Town, Logan county, Ohio, and died in Macksburg, July 25, 1923 at the age of 77 years, 9 months and 25 days. In the year 1866 at Maringo, Ohio, he w...


Christopher Woodbridge (1756 - 1781)

Killed in defense of Fort Griswold, September 6, 1781 THE GROTON AVERY CLAN, Vol. I, by Elroy McKendree Avery and Catherine Hitchcock (Tilden) Avery, Cleveland, 1912. p 221 _____ "Sarah Woodbridg...


Isaac Allyn Avery, Ens. (1806 - 1861)

He was ensign of 1st rifle co., 18th reg't inf., 1830 (Ms. State Papers, Hartford) . He was a carpenter and builder; justice of the peace at Chalk Bluff, Calif. THE GROTON AVERY CLAN, Vol. I, by Elro...


Samuel Peck, Jr. MP (1687 - 1733)

Updated 5/7/2015:Samuel, son of Samuel Peck was born in March 1688 in Greenwich. He was a carpenter by trade & also a farmer. He lived in that part of Greenwich known as Old Greenwich, and died there i...


Richard Church of Plymouth MP (c.1608 - 1668)

Richard Church ; b. 1608 at England; Christened: 3 Jun 1608, Shoreditch, Middlesex, England. Will was presented for probate 26 January 1669. He died in Dedham where he was on a visit "Sabbath day erl...


Solomon Phipps MP (1619 - 1671)

Solomon Phipps Birth: 1619 - England Death: July 25 1671 - Charlestown, Suffolk, Massachusetts Buried: Phipps Street Burying Ground, Massachusetts, USA Parents: John Phipps, Elizabeth Neighbo...


Elijah Churchill (1755 - 1841)

Sergeant Elijah Churchill of the Second Continental Light Dragoons One of only three Revolutionary War soldiers awarded what is now called the Purple Heart. This article was reprinted from the Apri...



Jeduthan D. Hopkins (1805 - 1892)

As a young man in Ohio he was a cabinet maker and later a contractor and builder. He removed, first to South Bend, Indiana, where he worked as a miller, and again to Rensselaer in the same state, where...


Lester Dale Rinehart (1928 - 2008)

Lester Rinehart was a member of the Ohio Carpenter’s Union #735.


Capt. Andrew Bradford MP (1717 - 1798)

Capt Andrew Bradford Birth: Nov 1 1717 - Beverly, Essex County, Massachusetts Death: 1798 - Milford, Hillsborough, NH, US Parents: William Bradford, Grace Elliott Wives: Rebecca Cole, Hannah ...


John Hill, of Guilford MP (1623 - 1689)

John Hill born around 1602 [1] / in 1623 in (perhaps) Northamptonshire, England died in Guilford, Connecticut on 8 June 1689 will proved on 17 June 1689 and inventory of estate taken 13 June 16...


Henry Cary (1650 - 1720)