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Mount Zion Cemetery 
Kniffin, William (I101)
 
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New Paltz Rural Cemetery 
Elmendorf, Harriet (I100)
 
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Old Van Cortlandtville Cemetery 
Roe, William M. (I99)
 
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"Mr. William G. Matthews, 73 years old and a well-known resident of Temperanceville, died on Monday, January 24.

Born and reared in the vicinity of Mappsville, he was the son of the late Julius and Clara Lucas Matthews. He had lived in Temperanceville many years and was a member of Temperanceville Methodist Church.

Funeral services, conducted by the Rev. J.H. Light, were held Wednesday, January 26, at 2:00 o'clock, p.m., from Johnson's Funeral Home, Parksley. Interment was in the John W. Taylor Cemetery.

He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Lettie M. Matthews, of Temperanceville; a son, J. Milton Matthews, of Temperanceville; one sister, Mrs. John D. Johnson, of Parksley; one brother, Elmer C. Matthews, Temperanceville; two grandchildren, Harriet R. Matthews and James M Matthews III, two step-daughters, Mrs. Milton D. Marshall and Mrs. Clinton W. Richardson, both of Temperanceville, and three step-sons, elmer Cutler, Newport News, Milton Cutler of Tasley, and Thomas Cutler of Temperanceville." 
Matthews, William Garfield 'Will' (I717)
 
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"Henry Boston Plantiff, Mr. Obedience Robins Defendant.
We the Jurors in this case finde by the oathes of Mrs. Elizabeth Charlton deceased and John Stutson that Mr. Edward Robins deceased agreed when hee bought the Plaintiff of the said Mrs. Charlton to give him one year of his time and wee concieve hee ought to bee Freed acording to his desire in his petition."
(undersigned by jury. See the source for jurors names)
"It is order by this Court that Henry Boston servant unto Mr. Obedience Robins shalbee Freed and sett at Large and that the said Mr. Robins shall at the next Cropp pay and deliver unto the said Mr. Boston 3 barrells of Corne and Clothes according to the custome of the Countrey haveing served his full tyme with the said Mr. Robins And it is further ordered that the said Mr. Obedience Robins shall pay all Cost and Charge expended in this suite." 
Boston, Henry (I804)
 
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"Lucy Boerner, 73, a longtime resident of Walden, N.Y., went to be with her Lord and Savior on October 22, 2011. She was born April 17, 1938, and lived in Beverly Hills, Florida, for more than 15 years.

Lucy is survived by her brother, Jerry Babcock of Astoria, N.Y., and her sister, Mildred Jefferson of Wallkill, N.Y.
Lucy was member of FBC of Inverness and longtime member of the deaf community. She was also a member of the Heart to Hands Deaf Ministry. She will be greatly missed by her relatives and many friends. She will be remembered by the many lives she touched through her kindness and generosity. 
Barrett, Lucy (I1321)
 
7 Son Parker Lucas & Teackle Shay Extrs. The 130 acre plantation where I now live to grandson Solomon Lucas, son of my son Parker Lucas. To said grandson ... To granddaughter Lavinia Lucas, daughter of my son Parker Lucas, Negro girl Polly. To son Parker Lucas Negro man Henry. To granddaughter Hetty Barnes ... To daughter Nancy Taylor, wife of Shadrack Taylor, Negro girl Euphemia & Negro woman Alicia. To daughter Hetty Parks, the wife of John Parks, Negro girl Rebecca & Negro boy George. To granddaughter Narcissa Duncan, Negro man Levin. To the 4 children of my dec'd daughter Betsey Duncan, formerly wife of Caleb Duncan, Negro girl Fanny as a nurse or attendant to their children. To daughter Naomi Barnes my Negro boy Peter to support my 2 grandchildren Edmund Barnes & Nancy Barnes. To daughter Comfort Taylor, widow of Teackle Taylor dec'd, Negro woman Adah & her 2 children Bob & Edmund. To grandson Custis Wessells ... & other property lent him. To grandson Southey Lucas, son of my dec'd son Southey Lucas, a plantation containing 50 acres on the southeast side of the market road, adjoining the lands of Francis Boggs & Arthur Downing. To granddaughter Narcissa Duncan ... Remainder to be divided in 5 equal parts to my son Parker Lucas, daughter Comfort Taylor, daughter Nancy Taylor, daughter Hetty Parks & the other part to the 4 children of dec'd daughter Betsy Duncan. Son Parker Lucas & Teackle Shay Extrs. Witt: Archibald Trader Jr. & Thomas Evans..6 Southy died in May 1813.6 Southy's will was probated on 31 May 1813 at Accomack Co, VA. Jacob Warner & William Thornton securities. Shadrack Taylor appeared by Thomas R. Joynes, his attorney, & contested the will, but it was admitted to record..[COLOR:88,88,88,255,255,255]6 Southy estate was settled on 1 November 1814 at Accomack Co, VA. 31 Mar 1813 (Order to Audit), 28 Oct 1814 (Audit), 1 Nov 1814 (Rec'd) - Parker Lucas Extr. Named in settlement: William L. Lucas. Auditors: William H. Beavans & Tommy Abbott. Lucas, Southy Sr. (I911)
 
8 " In sad but loving remembrance of our dear baby, Carleton Barnes Lang, who fell asleep July 26th, 1911, age 6 months." (Source: Accomack News, 2 Sep 1911) Lang, Carleton B. (I774)
 
9 "...the regiment moved on the 3d of May on the WildernessCampaign, and on the morning of the 5th, while on the march, was suddenly attacked, before the line of battle could be formed. The One Hundred and Thirty-ninth was in advance, and received the first shock. The enemy, who at first seemed to be retreating, was followed up; but he soon made a determined stand, and fought desperately, the Ninety-eighth holding its ground for two hours under a furious musketry fire, and until its ammunition was all spent, when it was relieved. The loss in this day's fight was one officer, Lieutenant Charles H. Wiedman, and eight men killed, and four officers and fifty-two men wounded".

"The men slept in the rifle pits at night, and in the morning went forward, past their dead comrades, still lying where they fell, and followed the enemy up for nearly two miles, when he was found behind breastworks, and was attacked. By a movement in concentrated force upon the flank, he compelled the Union line to fall back in some confusion. General Getty was here wounded, General Wheaton succeeding to the command of the division, Colonel Ballier to that of the brigade, and Lieutenant Colonel Kohler of the regiment". 
Reese, Capt. John (I2514)
 
10 "Army private Howard P. Roe , 22, whose wife, Kay, lives in Rock Tavern, recently completed advanced individual training with the 2nd infantry Division at Ft. Benning, GA. He will depart soon for Germany. He is the son of Harry E. Roe, Sr., 815 Homestead Ave., Maybrook." Roe, Howard (I466)
 
11 "At its entrance into service, the regiment numbered one thousand and ten men; in the summer of 1862, and subsequently, bodies of recruits were added to it; it was now reduced to three hundred and twenty-nine. Of this number two hundred and twenty-nine re-enlisted for a second term,and were mustered on the 23d. The promised furlough, which had operated as a strong inducement to re-enlist, was long delayed".

"At the close of December, the brigade was ordered to Harper's Ferry. The weather was intensely cold, and the movement, by rail, in box cars, and in open trucks without fire, was attended with great suffering. From Harper's Ferry the brigade marched to Halltown, where the Ninety-eighth was detached and sent forward to Charlestown. Colonel Ballier was made commander of the post at Charlestown, and the companies were comfortably quartered in unoccupied buildings about the town." 
Reese, Capt. John (I2514)
 
12 "being sick and in danger of death" Otis, David (I5289)
 
13 "Bright lights were gleaming from every window in the residence of Capt. S. A. Lewis on the evening of Wednesday, Jan 15th. The attractive occasion was the marriage of Mr. Nathaniel J. Lang and Miss Virginia Parks. Miss Parks is the daughter of Mrs. Capt. Lewis.

The bride and groom were ushered in by Mr. A.B. Johnson and Miss Tibitha Lang and Mr. George H. Parks and Miss Laura Lang. The bride always pretty, looked prettier than ever, as she stood by the side of and gently clung to the manly, noble form beside her. A handsome reception was given by Capt. Lewis on Wednesday evening and Capt. Henry Long on Thursday in honor of the occasion. (Source: Peninsula Enterprise, 18 Jan 1890)" 
Family (F54)
 
14 "Crother C. Lang, 91, son of the late Clyde and Willie Lang of Hallwood, passed away on Monday, Sept. 18 at his residence after a long illness.

He was preceded in death by his wife of 61 years, Myrtle M. Lang, who passed away June 8. He was also preceded in death by a daughter, Judy L. Godwin and grandson, Ralph Godwin Jr. He is survived by a son-in-law, Ralph L. Godwin of Bloxom; three daughters, June Sanchez and her husband, Victor, of Mansfield, Texas, Betty Zupan and her husband, Paul, of Atlanta, Ga., and Esther Troast and her husband, Paul of Pocomoke, Md.; five grandchildren, Rodney Godwin of Bloxom, Vikke Sanchez of Scottsdale, Ariz., Sharon Zupan of Hallwood, Paul Zupan Jr. of Salisbury, MD and Ben Troast of Bethany, Del.; and one very important great-grandson, Devin Zupan of Hallwood.

He was a lifelong member of Hallwood Baptist Church where he served as Deacon and performed Layman duties. He served on the Accomack County Board of Supervisors from the Atlantic District from 1984 to 1988, whereas, he served as vice chairman in 1986 and chairman in 1987. As a result of his being a member of the Board of Supervisors, he also served on the Accomack Northampton Planning District Commission, Accomack Northampton Transportation District Commission, Accomack C. Agricultural and Forestal District Commission, Delmarva Advisory Council, Liaison for the Sheriff?s Department, County Personnel Committee, County Reorganizational Committee and Tax Relief for the Elderly Committee. He was an active member and past president with the Gideons Organization where he did much public speaking. He was inducted into the Eastern Shore Baseball Hall of Fame in 1994 at Perdue Stadium. He was a pitcher for the old Eastern Shore League and played on the Greenbackville Team. He will be best remembered for his kind and giving heart and his generosity to his fellow man, he never met a stranger who didn?t become his friend.

Funeral services were held at Hallwood Baptist Church, Hallwood, on Friday, Sept. 22, at 2 p.m. Interment was in the Downings Cemetery, Oak Hall." 
Lang, Crother C. (I776)
 
15 "Dedicated in Baptism by Mr. Pratt Allen & w. -Grand Parents" Allen, Sarah (I2846)
 
16 "Ellis, Geo. H. - Date of Death; 17 May 1912 - Aged; 56 - Died at his home in Greenbackville - Laid to rest in Stockton Cemetery - Survived by wife, 8 children and aged mother, 4 brothers and 1 sister, all of Greenbackville." Ellis, George H. (I2372)
 
17 "Ellis, William - Date of Death; last Thursday - Aged; 74 - Of Franklin City - Early resident of Greenbackville - Married early in life to Miss Trulove, of Baltimore, who, with five sons and 1 daughter survived him - Interment in M. P. Cemetery - Daughter, Mrs. H. T. Hancock was away in New Britain, Conn. at time of his death and returned home with her son Clifford Hancock, of Chicago. " Ellis, William Henry (I2368)
 
18 "Ezra Harry "Sonny Roe" of Brewster, formerly of New Windsor, a conductor with Metro North Comutter Railroad and resident of the area for most of his life, died Tuesday, Oct 22, at St. Luke's Hospital, Newburgh. He was 54.

The son of the late Harry and Eileen Marie Toner Roe, he was born Jan. 11, 1937, in Maybrook. He was a member of the Benevolent Protective Order of Elks, Brewster Lodge 2101.

Survivors include his wife, Joan Ann Ruff Roe of Bridgeport, Conn; two sons, Michael Harry Roe of Texas and Robert Allen Roe of Patterson; two daughters, Robin Quintiliano of Bridgeport and Tamara Roe of High Falls; four sisters, Madeline Griffin of Walden, Margaret Hollenbeck of Monroe, Ellen Turner of Alabama, and Dorothy Owejan of Orange Lake (Walden); four grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews.

......Millspaugh Funeral Home, 22 Bank St., Walden.

Services wiil be held at 11 a.m. Friday at the Funeral home. The Rev. James VanHouten will officiate.

Burial will be in Wallkill Valley Cemetery, Walden." 
Roe, Ezra Harry (I1149)
 
19 "George Goodfellow Jr., 66, Venice, died March 10, 2004. He was born Oct. 8, 1937, in Riverside, N.J., and came to Venice in 1987 from Burlington, N.J. He retired in 1985 from N.J. Bell after 30 years, four of which were spent in Fort Pierce and West Palm Beach. He was an Army veteran. He was fire chief in Burlington in 1986. He was a life member of the N.J. State Firemen Association and the N.J. State Exempt Fireman's Association. He was secretary of the Burlington Township Fireman's Relief Association for many years. Survivors include his wife of 38 years, Gloria; and sons George III of Sarasota and Glen of Venice. Services and burial will be in Burlington. Ewing Funeral Home, Venice, is in charge. Memorial donations may be made to Hospice of Southwest Florida, 5955 Rand Blvd., Sarasota, FL 34238." (Published in Herald Tribune on March 14, 2004 ) Goodfellow, George Jr (I492)
 
20 "GOLDENHAM -- Harry Roe, 63, of Maple Avenue, a retired locomotive engineer for the New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad, died Monday in St. Luke's Hospital after a long illness.

Born in Maybrook July 24, 1910, he was the son of the late Harry and Ella Depew Roe. He was married to Eileen Marie Toner. Mr. Roe, a member of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers had beena security guard for the Burns Detective Agency.

Survivors include his widow; four daughters, Mrs. William (Madeline) Griffin of Walden, Mrs. Lee (Margaret) Crane of Orange Lake, Mrs. James (Ellen Jane) Turner of Trussville, AL, and Dorothy C. Roe of Miami, FL; a son, Ezra Harry Roe at home; 10 grandchildren; four sisters, Mrs Frank (Anna Mae Barrett of Walden, Mrs. Pete (Mildred) Benish of New Windsor, Mrs. James (Mary) Matthews of Temperanceville, VA, and Claude (Sarah) Pilgreen of Houston, TX; seven brothers, Carl of Morro Bay, CA, Charles of Newburgh, Lawrence of Seattle, WA, George and Anthony of Buffalo, William of Warwick and Howard of Wawaii." 
Roe, Harry Ezra Jr. (I477)
 
21 "In the name of God, Amen, March 8, 1775, I, Elias DePuy, Esq., of Rochester, in Ulster county. I leave to my wife Rachel full use of all my estate until my youngest child is of age. My children are to be brought up and receive a sufficient education, and especially my two sons, Jesaia and Josia, who are to be fitted for trades of business, and when the youngest is of age, my wife is to give up all control. I leave to my wife her choice of my female slaves, and two cows, and a bed, and such household goods as she needs, and her choice of a room in my house, with room in the cellar and in the loft, and apples and a garden, and my son Elias is to keep the garden in fence, and she is to have her firewood, and my sons, Moses and Elias, shall sow for her yearly half a Schepel of flaxseed. And she is to have oe20 yearly, and the sum of fifth shillings is to be paid by each of my eight children, Moses, John, Elias, Jesaia, Josia, Maria, wife of Joseph DePuy, Grietje, and Sara. I leave to my wife all her wearing apparell and four sheep. After her death, I leave all household goods to my three daughters, and all the rest of my personal estate to my sons. I leave to my sons, Moses, John, and Elias, all the lands which I have in a deed from the Trustees of Rochester to Philip Du BOiS, late of Rochester, deceased, and dated June 1, 1730; also all lands granted by the Trustees to me and several others, May 18, 1770. I leave to my three sons my saw mill, dam, gutter and stream, and two acres of land whereon my saw mill stands, and my land on the west side of the footpath leading to Shawangunk for him and his workmen and slaves, to cut timber and get stone for his use. I leave to my son Elias my dwelling house and lot. Beginning at the Rondout K]ill by the rift or fording place, where the road leads through the Rondout Kill to Peter Kools hook, and runs along the road to my nut orchard, and then along the south side of the same to the road leading to John Depuy's, and then by the same to Rondout Kill, and down the same to place of beginning, with all buildings. I leave to my two said sons all that tract on the north side of Rondout Kill, and between it and the land of the heirs of Jacobus Depuy, and commonly known by the name of Pieter Kools hook; And all my lands on the south side of the Rondout Kill. I leave to my son John all the rest of my lands on the north side of Rondout Kill, on the north side of the highway, where William McDonald formerly lived, with all the buildings. And they are to pay to my sons, Jesaia and Josia, and to my daughters the sum of oe925. All the rest I leave to my sons. If my son Moses sh5]ould marry, then a house and barn are to be built for him, and also for my son John. If any mines are discovered on my lands they are to be for all my sons. I make my wife, and my sons, Moses and John, and my brother, Benjamin Depuy, and my brother-in-law, Jacob Hoornbeen, executors. Witnesses, Johannis G. Hardenberg, Petrus Schoonmaker, Joseph Hasbrouck, Jr. Proved, April 18, 1779" DePuy, 1st Lt Elias (I3635)
 
22 "John Witter's home was in the present Washington County, Rhode Island, then known as King's County. Westerly was incorporated on May 14, 1669. Its Indian name was Misquamicutt. For a brief period it was called Haversham, but the name of Westerly was restored in 1689, this name having been given
because it was the most western town in the Colony. It is probable that the ninety-two acres of land, which, as above stated, John Witter gave to his son, John, was in the part of Westerly, which, on March 19, 1757, was incorporated as the town 55]of Hopkinton, named in honor of Governor Stephen Hopkins of
Rhode Island." 
Witter, John (I2721)
 
23 "Kay Roe, age 71, of North Bend, NE, died Tuesday, January 10, 2012 at Birchwood Manor in North Bend.
Kay was born April 1, 1940 in Goshen, New York, to Karl and Ella Eichholtz. She grew up in Maybrook, NY and then lived in Las Vegas, NV, Texas, Reno, NV and Hawaii before moving to North Bend, where she resided for the last 10 years. She worked as a dispatcher and office manager for Yellow Freight.
She married Howard Roe September 13, 1958 in Maybrook, NY.
Survivors include her husband, Howard of North Bend; sons Mark and wife Maluz Roe of Las Vegas, NV and Scott and wife Debbie Roe of Reno, NV; daughter, Karen and husband Darell Johnston of North Bend; brother ? Harry and wife Mary Eichholtz of Kentucky; sister ? June Gavin of Connecticut; 5 grandchildren; and 7 great grandchildren.
She is preceded in death by: parents; and several brothers and sisters." 
Eichholtz, Kay (I1141)
 
24 "Kay Roe, age 71, of North Bend, NE, died Tuesday, January 10, 2012 at Birchwood Manor in North Bend.
Kay was born April 1, 1940 in Goshen, New York, to Karl and Ella Eichholtz. She grew up in Maybrook, NY and then lived in Las Vegas, NV, Texas, Reno, NV and Hawaii before moving to North Bend, where she resided for the last 10 years. She worked as a dispatcher and office manager for Yellow Freight.
She married Howard Roe September 13, 1958 in Maybrook, NY.
Survivors include her husband, Howard of North Bend; sons Mark and wife Maluz Roe of Las Vegas, NV and Scott and wife Debbie Roe of Reno, NV; daughter, Karen and husband Darell Johnston of North Bend; brother ? Harry and wife Mary Eichholtz of Kentucky; sister ? June Gavin of Connecticut; 5 grandchildren; and 7 great grandchildren.
She is preceded in death by: parents; and several brothers and sisters." 
Eichholtz, Kay (I1141)
 
25 "Mr. George B. Finney and Miss Molly Lang, both of Accomac, were married at Onancock, on 23rd Inst., Rev. J W. Hundley officiating. (Source: Peninsula Enterprise, 29 Aug 1885)" Family (F55)
 
26 "Mr. Henry Matthews Johnson, 97, husband of Ann Margaret Lee Johnson of seventy-five years who predeceased him on December 27, 2010, passed away on Sunday, August 14, 2011 at his residence, Riverside Shore LifeCare in Parksley, VA. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson were formerly of Virginia Beach, VA.

Born on March 18, 1914 in Parksley, he was the son of the late John Durbin Johnson and Laura Matthews Johnson. Along with his wife, he owned and operated the former Johnson Funeral Home in Parksley for many years, serving many Eastern Shore families in their time of need. He was a Baptist.

Survivors include his children, Margaret Ann Toth and husband Ronnie of Pocomoke, MD, Henrietta Hines and husband George of Easley, SC, H.M. Johnson and Terri Sullivan of Norfolk, VA, and Vesta Nicolls and husband Parks of Onley, VA; nine grandchildren, Durbin Roache, Lee Toth, Martin Toth, Diane Griffeth, Michael Hines, Irma Cooper, H.M. Shreaves, Laura Simmons and Jack Johnson; and several great-grandchildren. Other than his loving wife and parents, he was predeceased by an infant son, a daughter, Martha Johnson Roache, and another son, John D. Johnson.

Funeral services will be conducted from the chapel of the Williams-Parksley Funeral Home on Wednesday, August 17, 2011 at 2:00 PM with Pastor Bob Boyce officiating. Interment will follow in the Parksley Cemetery. There will be a visitation at the funeral home on Tuesday, August 16, 2011 from 6:00 until 8:00 PM." 
Johnson, Henry Matthews (I564)
 
27 "Mr. William H. Lang and Miss Manie Dennis, daughter of Mr. Wm H Dennis, were married at Downings M.E. Church, South, Wednesday evening, 8 o'clock, 15th inst., Rev J.E. Hearn officiating. They will reside in Hallwood, where the groom, who is manager of the Accomac and Northampton Co., has an office." Family (F132)
 
28 "Mrs. Ann Margaret Lee Johnson, 95, wife of Henry Matthews Johnson of 75 years and a resident of Riverside Shore LifeCare in Parksley, VA, formerly of Virginia Beach, VA, passed away on Monday, December 27, 2010 at Riverside Shore Memorial Hospital in Nassawadox, VA.

Born on September 24, 1915 in Fayetteville, NC, she was the daughter of the late LeRoy Lee and Martha Irma Parsons Lee. Mrs. Johnson was a homemaker. She and her husband owned and operated the former Johnson Funeral Home in Parksley for many years, serving many Eastern Shore families.

Other than her husband, survivors include four children, Margaret Ann Toth and husband Ronnie of Pocomoke, MD, Henrietta Hines and husband George of Easley, SC, H.M. Johnson of Norfolk, VA, and Vesta Nicolls and husband Parks of Onley, VA; nine grandchildren, Durbin Roache, Lee Toth, Martin Toth, Diane Griffeth, Michael Hines, Irma Cooper, H.M. Shreaves, Laura Simmons and Jack Johnson; and several great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by a daughter, Martha Johnson Roache and a son, John D. Johnson."

Funeral services will be conducted from the Williams-Parksley Funeral Home on Saturday, January 1, 2011, at 12:00 noon. Interment will follow at the Parksley Cemetery. There will be a visitation at the funeral home on Friday, December 31, 2010 from 6:00 until 8:00 PM. 
Lee, Ann Margaret (I1140)
 
29 "Mrs. Cora Helen Wilson of 72 Wisner Ave., wife of Paul M. Wilson Sr., died at Cornwall Hospital on Thursday morning (Apr. 12, 1951) after a long ilness.

Born in Maybrook, the daughter of Harry Roe Sr. and Ella Depew Roe, she has lived in Newburgh for 16 years and was a member of the Church of the Good Shepard.

Besides her husband and parents, survivors are one son, Pau M. Wilson Jr. of Newburgh; eight brothers, Harry Roe of Maybrook, Charles Roe of Middletown, Carl Roe of Morro Bay, CA, Lawrence Roe of Seattle WA, George Roe of Morro Bay, William Roe of West Point, Anthony and Howard Roe of Maybrook; and four sisters, Anna Mae, wife of Isaac Bulechwald of Newburgh, Mrs. Mildred Schwankol of Newburgh, Mary, wife of James Matthews of Temperanceville, VA; and Sarah, wife of Eugene Timberger of Maybrook.

Funeral Services... at the Church of the Good Sheperd....Burrial will be ...at at Woodlawn Cemetery..." 
Roe, Cora H (I473)
 
30 "Mrs. Emma W. Lucas, widow of Oliver J. Lucas, died at her home, this city, on Friday of last week, January 31, three days after the anniversary of her birth. Her death occurred after an illness extending over about ten months.
Mrs. Lucas was the daughter of the late William H. and Margarette Ewell Matthews, and was born in Davenport, Iowa, January 28, 1855. Very early in life, the family came to Eastern Virginia, and subsequently Mr. and Mrs. Lucas came to Pocomoke City, taking up their residence here in 1893.
The deceased is survived by three daughters: Mrs. William Wigton of Yeadon, Pa; and Mrs. Willaim S. Bowen and Mrs. Samuel Crockett, of Pocomoke City. She is also survived by six grandchildren and eleven great grandchildren.
Funeral services were held on Monday, conducted by Rev. Mr. Leister, of Bethany Methodist Church, assisted by Rev. E. L. Bunce, former pastor of the same church. Interment in the cemetery of Bethany. The pallbearers were: Messrs. Paul Ewell, Frank Hudson, George Smullin, T. Pratt McAllen, William E. Bounds and Dr. R. L. Hall.
Mrs. Lucas was well known and highly esteemed in this community. She belonged of course, to a past generation and has seen many changes both local and elsewhere. Her people belonged to an age when the modern methods of transportation would have been pronounced miracles, had they been mentioned. She could recall when her father and his brother drove from the Midwest to their Eastern home in the traditional horse and buggy, and, of course, deemed it at that time no hardship. People with such background are, indeed, a loss when death removes them from this mechanical age. Much of the romance of living is removed and people lapse into a routine which does not compare, in the minds of many, with the ease and freedom of former years." 
Matthews, Emma W. (I1353)
 
31 "Mrs. Luella Roe of 13 First St., Maybrook, died in Goshen Hospital on Wednesday (May 2, 1956) after a short illness.

Born in Kerhonkson on July 12, 1888, she was a daughter of the late George and Ella Depew. Mrs. Roe lived in Maybrook for 49 years. She was a member of the American Legion Auxiliary of Walden and the Dutch Reformed Church of Kerhonkson.

Her husband, Harry Roe Sr., survives as do eight sons. Harry Jr. of Maybrook, Charles of Middletown, Karl of Morro Bay, CA, Lawrence of West Seattle, WA, George of Buffalo, William of Maybrook, Anthony of Buffalo and Howard of Maybrook.

Also four daughters, Mrs. FRank Barrett of Waldon, Mrs. James Keegan of Newburg, Mrs. James Matthews of Temperanceville, VA and Mrs. Claude Pilgreen of Houston, TX, two sisters, one brother, 18 grandsons, 14 granddaughters and one great grandchild..." 
DePuy, Luella Mae (I478)
 
32 "On the 1st of February the long promised furlough was granted, and leaving the one hundred, who had not re-enlisted, at Harper's Ferry, the veterans departed for home. On the 18th of March, the furlough being ended, they assembled at Chester, where they remained until the 26th. They then returned to their old camp at Brandy Station."
"Meanwhile the men left at Harper's Ferry had performed guard duty at the Harper's Ferry prison,and subsequently had been ordered to Halltown, whence they had been sent at intervals on picket to Snicker's Gap. Towards the close of March they joined the veterans at Brandy Station." 
Reese, Capt. John (I2514)
 
33 "On the evening of the 7th the regiment moved away towards Spottsylvania. At four o'clock on the morning of the 11th, eight companies, under Lieutenant Colonel Kohler, were ordered to picket duty near Spottsylvania Court House. The firing upon the picket line was incessant, and these companies lost two killed and four wounded. The remaining two companies were engaged with the brigade, and had one killed and six wounded. The picket was relieved on the 13th, and on the 14th the regiment moved to Anderson's Farm. At evening of the 17th it was summoned back, and marched or rather crept all night, and crossed the breastworks at daylight of the 18th. It was saluted by a shower of shot and shell as it passed the open field, having five men wounded, without an opportunity of returning the fire. At eleven o'clock it was relieved, and marching, crossed the North Anna, but soon re-crossed,and on the 28th crossed the Pamunky, and moved to Hanover Court House." Reese, Capt. John (I2514)
 
34 "Patricia A. Roe, 70, of Bethlehem, passed away on Friday, February 1, 2013. She was the wife of William F. Bill Roe, Sr. Born in Fountain Hill, she was the daughter of the late Franklin O. and Sarah (Williams) Sprague. Patricia was a graduate of Liberty High School. She was a member of the Salvation Army Senior Group and a member at Calvary Baptist Church in Bethlehem Township. Survivors: Her loving husband, Bill; daughter, Christine A. Szutar and her husband Christopher of Northampton; son, Jess M. Yerger and his wife Colleen of Bethlehem Township; brother, Franklin Sprague of Salisbury Township; sisters, Alice Mulchan, Bernadine Stapinski and Karen Stoneback, all of Bethlehem; two grandchildren, Stephanie and Lucas Yerger; two step-grandchildren, Benjamin and Emily Szutar. Patricia was preceded in death by a sister, Betty Sis McDonald..." Sprague, Patricia "Pat" (I1225)
 
35 "Robert D. Ellis, 64, of Mesa, Arizona, died Thursday, March 27, 2003. Robert was born May 28, 1938 in Christfield, MD. He was a Microbiologist. He is survived by his wife, Donna Ellis; son, Randall; daughter, Jessica; and Grandson, Elijah. Military service: U.S. Army. Services on Thursday, April 3, 2003 at 10:00 A.M. at Bunker's Garden Chapel, 33 N. Centennial Way, Mesa, AZ". Ellis, Robert Dale (I2344)
 
36 "SALISBURY -- Hubert Oliver Burbage, 82, of Salisbury died Wednesday, June 16, 2010, at his home in Salisbury.
Born and raised in Powellville, he was the son of the late Elmer and Hattie Henman Burbage.

He retired from Delmarva Power in 1983. He was a life member of Wicomico Lodge 91 in Salisbury. He was a 32nd degree Mason and member of Salisbury and Baltimore Scottish Rite Bodies. Hubert served two years in the Marine Corps, the last during the Korean War. He was a member of the American Legion Post 64 in Salisbury.
He is survived by his wife, Audrey E. Burbage; son, Michael H. Burbage and several cousins, nieces and nephews.
In addition to his parents he was preceded in death by a son, David A. Burbage, who died in 2001.

A graveside service will be held Monday at 2 p.m. at Wicomico Memorial Park in Salisbury. The Revs. Edwin Dennis and Howard Travers will officiate..." 
Burbage, Hubert Oliver (I2351)
 
37 "Sunday night last, Mr. Wm. Matthews, one of our best known citizens died, aged 79 years and 8 days. He was the father of Mr. Julius Matthews and Mrs. O.J. Lucas, of Pocomoke City, MD, and had been married fifty years. His venerable widow, children and grand children have our sympathy. The funeral occurred Tuesday in our Baptist Church, and the burial at Conquest Chapel. Rev Henry S. Dulany, of Wilmington, DE, his former pastor at Ebenezer M.E. Church, preached an instructive and eloquent sermon on the Christian's hope of Heaven, saying may comforting things to the bereaved. Mr. Dulany's old friends were delighted to see and hear him again. He is a real brother and courteous gentleman, daring to denounce liquor and preach temperance. We need and honor such men." Matthews, William H (I558)
 
38 "The engagement of Miss Kay Eichholtz of Rock Tavern has ben announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Karl Eichholtz. Her fiance is Howard Roe Sr. of Maybrook. Miss Eichholtz is a senior at Washingtonville Central School and Mr. Roe is employed by the New Haven Railroad in Maybrook." Family (F215)
 
39 "Thus it can be assumed that young Franklin landed on Hammock Point, Messongo, in the year 1877-1878 and that he began with his new name 'Frank McKay' as he had changed his name from schoolboy Franklin to 'Cabin Boy Frank.'" Hass, Franklin McClellen K. (I2662)
 
40 "To my wife Tabby Taylor my land & all the rest of my property to raise my children during her life or widowhood & at my wife's death or marriage to sons Teackle Taylor & William Taylor & if either wants to sell when they come of age, he shall sell to the other brother. Ton son Teackle, a cow which his grandfather gave him. At wife's death or marriage to daughter Betty Taylor & the child my wife now gos with the whole of my movable estate. Witness: Robert Young and Charles Killman. Probation: Crippen Taylor & Robert Russell (Island) securities. Taylor, William (I2458)
 
41 "Walden - Mrs. Anna Mae Barrett, 68, of Hillside Ave. died Tuesday in St. Luke's Hospital, Newburgh, after a long illness.

Born in Maybrook Feb. 29, 1919, she was the daughter of Harry and Luella DePuy Roe. She was married to Frank B. Barrett Sr. and lived in Walden 40 years.

Suvivors include ther widower, four daughters, Lucy Tubb of Walden, Mildred Jefferson of Wallkill, Betty Marscinak and Nancy Barberie of Newburgh; two sons, Jerry Babcock of Astoria, Queens and Frank W. Barrett Jr. of Walden; seven brothers, Karl Roe of California, Lawrence Roe of Seattle, William Roe of Florida, NY, Charles Roe of Newburgh, George Roe and Anthony Roe of Buffalo, and Howard Roe of Hawaii; three sisters, Sarah Pilgreen of Houston, Texas, Marry Mathews of Temperanceville, VA, and Mildred Benish of New Windsor; 15 grandchildren and one great grandchild.

Friends may call tonight and Thursday at Millspaugh Funeral Home. Mass will be Friday in the Church of the Most Precious Blood." 
Roe, Anna Mae (I476)
 
42 "WALDEN -- Harry E. Roe Sr., of 15 Hillside Ave., husband of the late Luella DePew Roe, died on Thursday (Aug 19, 1971) after a long illness.

Born in Gardiner, Feb 3, 1884, son of the late Mr. and Mes. Hadden Roe, he had lived in Walden for 8 years.

Mr. Roe was employed by the New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad for 53 years retiring 15 years ago.

Survivors are: eight sons, Harry E. Roe Jr. of Coldenham, Charles of Newburgh, George of Buffalo, William of Florida, Howard of Las Vegas, NV, Lawence of Seattle, WA, Carl of CA and Anthony of Buffalo; four daughters, Mrs. Patrick (Mildred) Benish of New Winsor, Mrs. Claud (Sarah) Pilgreen of Houston, TX and Mrs. James (Mary) Matthews of Temperanceville, VA; also several grandchildren and great grandchildren.

Services will be held at Perott's Walden Funeral Chapel, 39 Orchard St. on Saturday at 2 pm conducted by the Rev. Donald R. Repsher, pastor of First Presbyterian Church of Montgomery.

Burial will be in Walkill Valley Cemetery, East Walden." 
Roe, Harry Ezra Sr. (I464)
 
43 "with the long fever" Gore, Elizabeth (I2780)
 
44 (inventory) Church, Caleb (I4853)
 
45 (or 1709) Fuller, Josiah (I4332)
 
46 (The dates on the tombstone are unreadable) Blackwell, Anna D. 'Annie' (I398)
 
47 , possibly dead born Witter, William (I2767)
 
48 1669 Family (F384)
 
49 1789 Family (F370)
 
50 About 1798 he started to go to the West Indies as the overseer of a sugar plantation, but was never heard from and was supposed to have perished; but it seems probable that he survived a shipwreck, was cast on an island, and left a family, as some years ago the descendants of a Mr. King Grant in the West Indies claimed descent from him. Grant, Solomon (I5151)
 

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