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1  FLOYER, John of West Stafford (I00534)
2 (Kathern)
never married 
KOCHERT, Victoria Kathren Rosina (I0012)
3 "Escaped from a French prison in Jan. or Feb. 1795, got to Lisbon and got across to Ramsgate on an American ship."
-uncredited marginal notes 
FLOYER, RN Edward Ayscoghe (I00473)
4 "Its Foundation Architecture and History with an Account of the Family of Wadham and Their Seats in Somerset and Devon Source (S004576)
5 "Minnie". She went to Nordhastedt, near Heide, Holstein, in the spring of
1887 to work on a farm. She moved to the US in July 1889, with
Mathilde and August Graul (Z.27), at the age of 17 years (F.55) and did
housework in York Nebraska before her marriage. She died of angina. 
ZIEMKE, Wilhelmine (I54)
6 "Mollie" VIETH, Amalia Dorothy (I353)
7 "only surviving issue ... named in the will of her uncle William Clifford Martyn, and proved her mother's will 17 Oct. 1786 on attaining the age of 21." MARTYN, Jane (I00129)
8 "The house of Floyer's Hayes passed by purchase to the Goulds, and subsequently to Thomas Templar, who is said to have partly destroyed it and divided the property. Anthony Floyer, in whose lifetime the migration was made, inherited through his wife a fourth part of the large estates of the Martins at Athelhampton, in Dorsetshire, and elsewhere. He seems never to have lived at Athelhampton, for the estate was so exactly divided that only a fourth part of the house fell to his share. He is noticed in the public records as having on one occasion, about 1580, been to Southampton with one Henry Carewe, and opposed with weapons the mayor and his brethren when they attempted to hold an "admiralle courte" at Keyhaven. Carewe claimed some ancient right in the place against the people of Southampton, and he and Floyer had to appear before the Privy Council to make good the claim and answer for their conduct."

J.K. Floyer, Annals

For an interesting account of the Floyers and Carews during the Reformation, please see

Two Devonshire Papists in the Time of Queen Elizabeth
FLOYER, Anthony (I00520)
9 (Anna is noted as living in Maplegrove)Name spelled Ewaldt on this record Source (S7052310)
10 1095 Western Dr. Lot 385F, Colorado Springs CO 80915
2825 Greenwood Circle, Colorado Springs CO 80910 (1980) 
BUSHNER, Christena (I507)
11 1102 North St, Sparta, WI 54656-1526
Technician for Tri-State Breeder's Co-op. 
FOTH, Philip Andrew (I365)
12 12151 Dale Str. Apt. 219C, Quaker Gardens, Stanton CA 90680
Quaker Friends Home, Stanton CA 90680 (1990)
Martha was a miliner for two years, then became a nurse and later an
anaesthetist for thirty years. 
SCHWARTZ, Martha Margaret (I943)
13 122 E Bay Drive, St Petersburg FL 33706 KLEINHAMPL, Marie Barbara (I807)
14 145 5th Ave, Stanley Wisconsin 54768
Vocational Agricultural Instructor for 30 years, presently (1974) at
Stanley-Boyd High School, Stanley Wisconsin.
709 N Franklin, Stanley WI 54768 (1990) 
NENZEL, Clifford (I425)
15 145th Field Artillery A.E.F. France 1918-1919.
He was an engineer. 
FAHEY, Patrick Joseph (I946)
16 15 Southmont Dr, Little Rock Arkansas 72204
In trailer business with son Jack. 
PFLUG, Frederick (I557)
17 1620 E Olive St, Shorewood WI 53211 GIESE, Martha Anna (I275)
18 1701 Superior Ave, Tomah Wisconsin 54660
He was a farmer and later a construction worker. 
FOTH, Edwin Andrew (I440)
19 1830 Virginia Ave, Joplin MO 64801 PFLUG, Helen Marie (I498)
20 1896 Address: 446 Neio St. Lebanon, PA. Street name may be spelled incorrect. WEILER, Mary Elizabeth (I19)
21 1896, April 4, 1896 Residence: 1219 Forge St. Lebanon Co. PA Occupation: Railroader. source: Marriage License

1910: Living in South Lebanon Township, South District, the town of Rexmont, 4 houses away from George Keath. His home was rented from his employer, the Iron Furnace and Mine Co. First marriage, married 16 years, laborer working in the iron mines. 1910 Census

October 1922, Residence Lebanon, PA, Occupation of Railroader 
WIKE, Franklin Thomas (I18)
22 1922 Marriage License for her daughter Emma, shows spelling of Mary A Burkepille, but research in PA databases show Burkepile as the only spelling in old census records. BURKYPILE, Myra (Mary) A. (I15)
23 1924 K Str., Ord NE 68862
Farmer on the family place. Died of a stroke. 
NASS, George Otto Walter (I222)
24 2 years in military in Alaska. Baker in a VA Hospital.
Died of cancer of the lung. 
PEARSON, Leonard LeRoy (I443)
25 203 E 22nd, Grand Island NE 68801
Graduated Ord High School in 1927 and took nurses training in York. She
was a Red Cross volunteer, was active in numerous clubs, and was a
productive genealogist. She died of cancer. 
FOTH, Lydia Hulda (I46)
26 203 East 22nd, Grand Island NE 68801
Farmer and cattle feeder. He finished high school. They lived the first
five years after marriage one mile south of North Loup, Nebraska. On 2
Dec 1935 they moved to the new farm two miles north of Grand Island.
On 16 Jan 1964 they moved to Grand Island. He was president of the
National Livestock Feeders Association, city councilman for 13 years,
then mayor of Grand Island, Nebraska. He also served as president of the
National Meat Board, Fonner Park Race Track, and Memorial Hospital
Board. He was president of the Trinity Lutheran Church congregation, the
church elders, and education and building committees. He died suddenly
at age 85 of an apparent heart attack. 
BREDTHAUER, Oscar Everett (I45)
27 2050 West Dunlap C110, Phoenix Arizona 85021
Room 394, 1616 W. Glendale Ave., Phoenix AZ 85021 (1985)
Room 317 Chris Ridge Village, 6246 North 19th Ave, Phoenix AZ 85015
HENDERSON, Blanche Marie (I463)
28 2104 Letsche St., Pittsburgh PA 15214
He owned a moving van company, Shadyside Transfer Co. 
SCHWARTZ, Benjamin Daniel (I857)
29 223 Kelvin Dr., Kenmore NY 14223 SCHWARTZ, Ruth Elizabeth (I860)
30 227 Sweetbriar St, Pittsburgh PA 15211
Married at Calvary Lutheran Church. 
SCHWARTZ, Helen Katherine (I790)
31 23 Verona Rd., Pittsburgh PA 15235
Died of kidney complications. 
SCHWARTZ, Helen Antoinette (I869)
32 234 Melwood Ave. Apt. 304, Pittsburgh PA 15213
400 Cochran Rd. #308, Pittsburgh PA 15213 (1982) 
SCHWARTZ, Vern Martha (I902)
33 238 44th Ave, St Petersburg FL SCHWARTZ, Lorraine Marie (I821)
34 238 S. Mariposa Ave Apt 402, Los Angeles CA 90004
Grandview, Room 20331, 2307 West 6th, Los Angeles CA 90057 (1980)
Grandview Retirement Hotel, 2211 W. 6th Str., Los Angeles CA 90057
Teacher and in Business field. 
NASS, Martha Paula (I232)
35 245 Semple St., Pittsburgh PA 15213
School clerk for Pittsburgh Public Schools. Died in a car accident. 
SITZ, Helen Marie (I884)
36 245 Semple St., Pittsburgh PA 15213
She died of pneumonia. 
SCHWARTZ, Bertha Marie Pauline (I882)
37 2725 Mesilla NE, Albuquerque NM 87100
He has been a draftsman for Sandia Atomic Energy Division for 24 years
(in 1974). 
EDER, Wallace Crawford (I220)
38 2825 Greenwood Circle, Colorado Springs 80910 (F2)
Military, Corpus Christi Texas 1918-1919. 
PFLUG, John Philip (I499)
39 29 June 1934: David S. Long, aged, 70, well known retired farmer, residing at Lebanon Route 1, died early this morning at the residence of his son, Raymond, with whom he made his home. He was ill for the past three weeks from a complication of ailments. He resided in the Yeagleystown region most of his life and was well known among rural folk in this county and was a member of the Midway Church of the Brethren. He leaves five sons, Jacob, of Myerstown; Miles, of Palmyra; David, of Lebanon; Henry, of Hershey, and Raymond, with whom he resided; two daughters, Mrs. Harvey Hostetter, of Annville, and Mrs. Homer Kleinfelter, of Schaefferstown Route 1. A brother, Jacob, of Lebanon Route 4; two sisters, Mrs. Uriah Kline, of Manheim, and Mrs. Thomas Nagle, of Reistville; twenty grandchildren, and fifteen great grandchildren also are left. [Lebanon Daily News]

2 July 1934: Funeral services were held at one-thirty Sunday afternoon for David S. Long from the residence of his son, Raymond, near Five Points, South Lebanon township. Further services were conducted in Midway Brethren church in charge of Rev. Samuel Wengert and Rev. Simon Bucher. Five sons and a son-in-law served as bearers and burial took place in the South Annville Brethren cemetery. Harvey s. Wike of Schaefferstown conducted the funeral. [Lebanon Daily News] 
LONG, David (I110)
40 298 N Main St, Juneau Wisconsin 53039
221 S. Marian Ave., Miles City, Montana 59301 (1990-1999) 
FOTH, Wilbur Conrad (I357)
41 300 Gage Dr., St Louis MO 63135
505 Beechwood Drive (1965) 
FOTH, Minnie Lydia (I371)
42 31810 Lake Rd, Avon Lake OH 44012
Industrial Engineer, US Steel. 
OTTO, Edgar Harry (I845)
43 3312 Indiana, Joplin MO EVANS, Mayme Marjorie (I522)
44 3540 N. Oakland Ave., Shorewood WI 53211
Luther Manor Residence, Milwaukee WI (F2) 
GUTKNECHT, Lillie (I243)
45 358 Sandhurst Rd., Akron OH 44313
Terrace View North, Castle Nursing Home, Millersburg OH (1990)
Chemist. Died of heart failure. 
SITZ, Charles Emil (I885)
46 3701 NE 15th Terrace, Pompano Beach FL 33064 SCHWARTZ, Esther Henrietta (I789)
47 4044 11th Ave., Kenosha WI 53140
He served in the Navy during World War I. He was a fine baker and had
his own bakery in Kenosha WI for many years. He and his wife baked
their own 50th wedding anniversary cake in July 1971. 
FOTH, Walter G (I962)
48 433 West 21st Ave, Vancouver 10, BC, V5Y-2E6 Canada SCHWARZ, Helen Emily (I317)
49 4652 Milwaukee Ave, Chicago IL STRUDELL, LeRoy (I257)
50 4930 S.W. 18th St., Fort Lauderdale FL 33317
1722 13th St., Eureka CA (F2) 
SCHWARTZ, Elizabeth Esther (I889)

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