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Marie-Therese Amiot 
M-Therese Amyot
 
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Dennis M. Anderson
 
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Lee Anderson
 
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Mary Anderson
 
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Mary Anderson
 
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Mindy Lynn Anderson
 
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Living individual, details withheld
 
Russel Dean Anderson
 
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Living individual, details withheld
 
Tamie Renea Anderson
 
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Living individual, details withheld
 
Trenton Anderson
 
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Living individual, details withheld
 
Victor Allen Anderson
 
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Living individual, details withheld
 
Zachary Anderson
 
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Andy Lasater give Clara's maiden name as Wolford.
 
Clara Asbrine Angle
 
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Duke, Mayor of the Palace 
Ansegisel
 
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Living individual, details withheld
 
Terry Lynn Anthon
 
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Count of Paris 
Apaid
 
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John Paul Applegate
 
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A DIGEST OF THE EARLY CONNECTICUT PROBATE RECORDS.
Part of the Inventory:

Page 258 Name: Judith Wolcott Location: Wethersfield
Whereas, Mrs. Judith Wolcott, late of Wethersfield, did give by her will her whole estate to her five surviving daughters and unto the sons and daughters of her deceased son Capt. Samuel Wolcott, late of Wethersfield, to be divided among them as in sd. will expressed; and whereas, her son Josias Wolcott did likewise give by his will some part of his estate to his brother, the aforesd. Capt. Samuel Wolcott, and his sisters, to be equally divided among them after the death of his mother, Mrs. Judith Wolcott: Now, know all men by these presents: That we, William Burnham and Hannah his wife of Kensington, Sarah Welles, relict of Capt. Robert Welles, late of Wethersfield deceased, Samuel Robbins and Lucy his wife, Elizabeth Wolcott, John Stilman and Mary his wife, Abigail Wolcott, relict of Capt. Samuel Wolcott deceased, Samuel Wolcott, Elisha Wolcott and Josiah Wolcott, all of Wethersfield, Abraham Waterhouse and Abigail his wife of Saybrook, and Jonathan Russell and Mehetabell his wife of Wethersfield, all the parties that are interested in either of the estates given as aboye said, have agreed upon a division and final settlement of both the estates aforesd. Signed and sealed, 12 March, 1740-1.
John Stilman, ls. Abigail Wolcott, ls. Elisha Wolcott, ls. William Burnham, ls. Samuel Robbins, ls. Elizabeth Wolcott, ls. Abigail Waterhouse, ls. Jonathan Russell, ls.
Mary Stilman, ls. Samuel Wolcott, ls. Sarah Welles, ls. Hannah Burnham, ls. Lucy Robbins, ls. Josiah Wolcott, ls. Abraham Waterhouse, ls. Mehetabell Russell, ls.
Witness: William Burnham, Jr., Josiah Welles.
Court Record, Page 84--12 March, 1740-1: Agreement accepted.
Joseph Talcott, Esq., Judge.
 
Judith Appleton
 
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Obituary:

Alice May
(nee Arbuthnot)

It is with deepest sorrow the family of Alice May Howes (nee Arbuthnot) beloved wife of the late James Ernest Howes has passed away at Hillsdale Manor on Thursday, April 16, 1992. She is survived by her children Mrs. Robert Sennott (Geri), Mrs. Leonard Kinsman (Elaine), Mr. James Howes (wife Marie), Mr. William Howes (wife Bunny), 10 grandchildren, 24 great-grandchildren and 2 great-great-grandchildren. She is predeceased by her brother Elwood and sisters Dorothy & Lottie. Arrangements entrusted to the McIntosh-Anderson Funeral Home, Oshawa, Ontario.

Obituary 2:

Alice May Howes
A former member of St. Paul's Presbyterian Church, Mrs. Alice May Howes died at Hillsdale Manor on April 16, 1992. Her parents, Gertrude & Lawrence Arbuthnot, brother Elwood and sisters Dorothy and Lottie, son-in-law Leonard Kinsman and her husband James Howes all died before her. Mrs. Howes is survived by her children, Geri and her husband Robert Sennott of Oshawa, Elaine Kinsman of Courtice, James and his wife Marie of Mitchell's Corners, William and his wife Bunny (Noreen) of Oshawa, sister Marion Simmons of Oshawa, 10 grandchildren, 24 great-grandchildren and two great-great-grandchildren. McIntosh-Anderson Funeral Home conducted the arrangements with a service held in the chapel April 20 followed by interment at Mount Lawn Cemetery. Rev. Mark Turner officiated. Memorial donations to the Canadian Diabetes Association would be appreciated.

Obituary 3:

HOWES
Alice May
(nee Arbuthnot)
It is with deepest sorrow the family of Alice May Howes (nee Arbuthnot) in her 92nd year, beloved wife of the late James Ernest Howes, has passed away at Hillsdale Manor on Thursday, April 16, 1992. She is survived by her children, Mrs. Robert Sennott (Geri), Mrs. Leonard Kinsman (Elaine), Mr. James Howes (wife Marie), Mr. William Howes (wife Norene). Fondly remembered by 10 grandchildren, 24 great-grandchildren and two great-great-grandchildren. She is also survived by her sister, Mrs. Marion Simmons and pre-deceased by brother Elwood and sisters Dorothy and Lottie. Relatives and friends may call at the McIntosh-Anderson Funeral Home, 152 King St. E., Oshawa (433-5558) on Saturday from 2-4 p.m. and 7-9 p.m. Complete service will be held on Monday, April 20 at 11 a.m. in our chapel. Interment Mount Lawn Cemetery, Whitby. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Canadian Diabetes Association would be appreciated.

Newspaper clipping - Oshawa Times

Mr., Mrs. Howes Celebrate 25th Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. James E. Howes, Ritson Road, Oshawa, the former Miss Mae Arbuthnot of North Lunenburg, were pleasantly surprised on Saturday evening, September 4, at their home on returning from a short motor trip to find a number of friends and relatives gathered at their home to extend congratulations on the occasion of the 25th anniversary of their marriage which took place in Knox Presbyterian Church, Cornwall, with Rev. Hugh Munroe officiating. Mrs. Howes was the former Miss Alice Mae Arbuthnot, daughter of the late Mrs. Arbuthnot of North Lunenburg. Mr. Howes is the son of Mr. & Mrs. George Howes of Parham, Ontario. Mrs. Howes is the sister of Mrs. Andy Gillies and Miss Dorothy Arbuthnot, North Lunenburg, Mrs. Albert Simmons of Oshawa and Mr. Elwood Arbuthnot of Plymouth, Michigan. During the evening, the bride and groom of 25 years ago were presented with several gifts of silver and crystal. From their family they received 25 red roses, a sum of money and an illuminated address in the form of a book which was later autographed by everyone present. The guests played cards and later a supper was served by Mrs. Leonard Kinsman, Mrs. Albert Simmons, Mrs. James A. Howes, Mrs. J.R. Sennott and Miss Dorothy Arbuthnot. A three-tier wedding cake decorated the tea table which was laid with a lace cloth. Pink and white streamers also contributed to the theme.
Mr. and Mrs. Howes have two daughters and two sons, Mrs. J.R. Sennott and Mrs. Leonard Kinsman, James A. Howes and William L. Howes and one granddaughter, Sharon Kinsman, all of Oshawa. Out of town guests included Mrs. Reginald Adair of Tamworth, Ontario and Miss Dorothy Arbuthnot, North Lunenburg, a sister of the bride 25 years ago.
 
Alice Mae Arbuthnot
 
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Obituary:

GILLIES, Charlotte - At the Cornwall General Hospital on Saturday, March 30th, 1991. The former Charlotte Grace Arbuthnot of 230 York St., formerly of North Lunenburg, Ontario, age 88 years. Beloved wife of the late Andrew Gillies. Dear mother of Marilyn (Mrs. Frank Kennaley) of Peterborough, Ontario. Dear daughter of the late Lawrence Arbuthnot and the late Gertrude Waterman. Dear sister of Mrs. Marion Simmons and Mrs. Mae Howes, both of Oshawa. Predeceased by one brother, Elwood Arbuthnot and by one sister, Mrs. Dorothy Crossman. Loving grandmother of Paul, Tim and Mark Kennaley. Resting at the Cornwall Funeral Home - West Branch, 20 Seventh St. W. from 2:00 p.m. Sunday. Funeral Monday, April 1st, 1991 for Service in Calvary Baptist Church at 11:00 a.m. Spring interment, Memorial Hill Cemetery, Lunenburg. The family will be in attendance from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Sunday and from 9:30 a.m. until time of service on Monday. As expressions of sympathy, Memorial Donations to the Charity of your choice would be appreciated by the family.

Obituary 2:

Charlotte Grace Gillies
Charlotte Grace Gillies of Cornwall, formerly of North Lunenburg, Ontario, died March 30, 1991 at Cornwall General Hospital. She was 88.
Mrs. Gillies was born in North Lunenburg and was an active member of the Calvary Baptist Church. She is survived by one daughter, Marilyn (Mrs. Frank Kennaley) of Peterborough, Ontario; three grandchildren and by two sisters, Mrs. Marion Simmons and Mrs. Mae Howes, both of Oshawa. Predeceased by her husband, Andrew Gillies, her parents, Lawrence Arbuthnot and Gertrude Waterman; one brother, Elwood Arbuthnot and one sister, Mrs. Dorothy Crossman.
The service was held April 1, 1991 from Lahaie & Sullivan Cornwall Funeral Home, West Branch, to Calvary Baptist Church. Spring interment in Memorial Hill Cemetery, Lunenburg. Rev. Earl Smith of Calvary Baptist Church officiated.
Pall bearers were Paul and Timothy Kennaley.
 
Charlotte Grace Arbuthnot
 
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Elwood was a job setter for Ford Motor Co. for over 43 years.
 
Elwood Arbuthnot
 
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IGI Record:

Lawrence Arbuthnot
Christening: June 28, 1878 - Free Presbyterian Church, Lunenburg, Ontario
Father: Robert Samuel Arbuthnot
Mother: Margaret Ann Gordon

Obituary:

Funeral of L. Arbuthnot
Attended by many relatives and friends from the district as well as from distant points, the funeral of Lawrence Arbuthnot was held from his home, North Lunenburg, Sunday afternoon, to the family plot, Memorial Hill. Mr. Arbuthnot, one of the best known and most highly respected residents, died suddenly at his home on Friday afternoon. He retired on Thursday evening in his usual health and suffered a heart attack early Friday morning and passed away peacefully at 4 o'clock that afternoon.
The service at the home and graveside was conducted by Dr. Rev. David Gray of North Lunenburg. Hymns sung were "Safe in the Arms of Jesus" and "Abide with Me".
Pall bearers were Elburn Werely, Albert Adams, Clarence Hawn, Edgar McConnel, Hector Carruthers and Norman Arbuthnot.
A great many floral tributes were placed about the casket by relatives and friends, evidences of the esteem in which Mr. Arbuthnot was held and the regret felt at his sudden death. The family received numerous telegrams, letters and cards of condolence from friends at distant points as well as from local and district friends.
Many called at the home to pay their respects to the memory of one who was so highly esteemed in the community and to extend sympathy to members of the family in their time of bereavement.
Among those attending the funeral were Mr. and Mrs. James E. Howes, Mr. and Mrs. J.R. Sennott, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Simmons, all of Oshawa, Ontario.
 
Lawrence Arbuthnot
 
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aka Arnholt Ap Arnholt Vycha
aka Arnellt Fychan Ap Arnellt 
Arnholt Arnold
 
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Married Damaris Wescott, Daughter of Stuckley Wescott. Their child was Benedict Arnold the infamous General of the Rev. War. 
Benedict Arnold
 
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Carolyn Joan Arnold
 
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Article on the Arnold Family, New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol 33, 1879 
Elizabeth Arnold
 
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aka Joan. Christened November 30, 1577, Ilchester, Somerset, England. Buried March 10, 1621/22, Yeovilton, Somerset, England. Married William Hopkins. 
Joanna Arnold
 
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Married Zachariah Rhodes in 1646. Residence: Rehobeth, MA & Providence, RI. Zachariah Was on commission to set R.I. and Mass. border in 1664. In 1665 he drowned off the coast of Pawtuxet.

Their child was John Rhodes b. 1658, Warwick, RI. d. August 14, 1716. He married Waite Waterman, daughter of Resolved Waterman and Mercy Williams.
Child of John and Waite, was William Rhodes b. June 14, 1695: d. November 11, 1772; m. Mary Sheldon 12/18/1721.

Joanna's 2nd Husband was Samuel Reape. 
Joanna Arnold
 
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Married Isabel Hawkins. 
John Arnold
 
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Married Susannah b. abt. 1590; 
John Arnold
 
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Christened August 30, 1581, Ilchester, Somerset, England.

Margery's brother William is grandfather to Benedict Arnold. Traitor.
child of William Arnold and Christiam Peake;
Benedict Arnold, Governor b. 1612-1718 d. 1744-1804
he married Damaris Wescott 1646-1749
their child;
General Benedict Arnold, traitor in the Revolutionary War. He would have been a hero if the British had won. 
Margery Arnold
 
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Also known as Thomas Arnold. Might have been born in Cheselborne, Dorsetshire, England. Second Wife was named Grace b. abt 1575; d. aft 1610; married abt 1596. They had three children; Elizabeth b. 1596, Thomas b. 1599, & Eleanor b. 1606. 
Nicholas Thomas Arnold
 
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Might have been born in Bagbere, Dorsetshire, England.
2nd wife was named Jaquita b.1522; d. 1553-1616. 
Richard Arnold
 
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Richard was the first settler of Woonsocket, Rhode Island with his brother- in- law Samuel Comstock.

His son was Thomas Arnold . Thomas married Elizabeth Burlingame. He was called Junior when he took oath of allegience in June 1668. 
Richard Angell Arnold
 
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Christened October 18, 1593, in Ilchester, Somerset, England. 
Robert Arnold
 
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First in family to adopt a surname. Inherited his lands. Married a daughter of a Knight. 
Roger Arnold
 
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History@ Savage, pp. 64-67:
Thomas Arnold was of Watertown, MA.
Thomas arrived from virginia, wither he came from London, May 1635, in the "Plain Joan" bringing children, perhaps Thomas, said to have been b. 2 May 1625; Nicholas, and Susanna ( of which the former two died young), was made freeman of Massachusetts 13 May 1640, married, I suppose to second wife, Phebe, daughter of first George Parkhurst... After being fined once for neglecting the law of baptism and twice for neglect of public worship, with increased weight, and his daughter Susanna having married 7 April 1654 John Farnum of Boston, which favor the Baptist views of ordinances, he was driven to Providence, living in that part of Smithfield; Thomas swore allegience 1666, and died Sept. 1674. He had been baptised 18 April 1599.

He was deputy in Providence in 1661. He helped to settle Pawtucket, Rhode Island.

Thomas married his first wife in England. 
Thomas Arnold
 
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aka Tamzen or Thomazine. Christened August 30, 1581, Ilchester, Somerset, England. 
Thomasine Arnold
 
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Might have been born in Cheselbourne, Wales. Saled from Dartmouth, England on May 1, 1635 and landed in New England on June 24th. Was at Hingham, Mass. for a time. In 1636 he removed to Providence, RI. with Roger Williams and others who purchased land from the Indians. Arnold acquired large landholdings in Pawtuxet, Providence, and Warwick. In 1639 he became one of the first twelve members of the Baptist Church on this side of the Atlantic. Was among freemen in 1655.

Grandfather to General Benedict Arnold, traitor to the Colonies during the Revolutionary War.
 
William Arnold
 
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Count Of Sens 
Arnulf
 
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3rd count of Flanders
ARNOLD I , "THE OLD", COUNT OF FLANDERS & ARTOIS 
I Arnulf
 
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Count of Flanders 
II Arnulf
 
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Jeffery Wayne Arthur
 
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Another source list death in 1844.
 
Mary Ashcraft
 
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Wesley Anderson Asherbranner
 
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Maiden name provided by Sudie Forrester Spillman via Bill Forrester.
 
Ann Ashley
 
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Leslie Deanne Ashmore
 
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Eddie Faye Ashworth
 
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Fredda Lu Aten
 
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Susie Ann Autrey
 
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other spelling Aubray 
Marguerite Auvray
 

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