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83901 [The Merrill Newsletter, Vol 4 No 3 ] CLOUGH Sarah (I15190)
 
83902 [The Merrill Newsletter, Vol 4 No 3 ] CLOUGH Sarah (I15190)
 
83903 [The Records of the First Church in Boston, 1630-1868, Publications of the Colonial Society of Massachusetts, Volumes 39, 40 and 41, d. Richard D. Pierce (Boston 1961)] Family F589
 
83904 [Wiltshire Parish Registers. Marriages., W.P.W. Phillimore and John Sadler, eds. [London: Phillimore, 1911], 4]. Family F740
 
83905 [Wiltshire Parish Registers. Marriages., W.P.W. Phillimore and John Sadler, eds. [London: Phillimore, 1911], 4]. Family F11991
 
83906 [Wiltshire Parish Registers. Marriages., W.P.W. Phillimore and John Sadler, eds. [London: Phillimore, 1911], 4]. Family F1475
 
83907 ` (spelled Steevens in VR.) STEVENS Benjamin (I4290)
 
83908 ` (spelled Steevens in VR.) STEVENS Benjamin, Sr. (I99861)
 
83909 “And Lamech was one hundred and eighty years old when he took Ashmua, the daughter of Elishaa the son of Enoch his uncle, and she conceived.” -Jashur 4:11. ASHMUA (I5659)
 
83910    Charles H Talbot was born in Springfield Illinois on May 13, 1845, being the son of William H and Matilda (Envert) Talbot, natives, respectively of Kentucky and Illinois. The father came to Illinois with his parents, who were natives of Virginia, and he learned the blacksmith trade and operated a large blacksmith and wagon shop.  He is now dead.  The paternal grandfather of our subject was recorder of Sangamon county, Illinois for thirty years.  The mother of Charles died when he was fourteen.  He was educated in the Springfield schools and at the age of sixteen enlisted in Company K.  One Hundred and Twenty-fourth Illinois Infantry, captained by Stephen W. Saunders,and whose colonel was John H. Howe.  Mr. Talbot participated in the battles of Ft Gibson, Raymond, Jackson, Black River Bridge, Vicksburg, Benton, and was in the siege of Mobile.  He saw three years of hard, active service and conducted himself with display of valor and courage. Following the war he went to work for his uncle and in 1879 he was in the vicinity of Joplin, in mining and other enterprises.  In 1893 Mr. Talbot came to Leland and thence to his present place, where he resides on the farm ofhis wife’s mother, Mrs. Noyes.

    On April 11, 1889, Mr. Talbot married Mrs. Ruby Baily, widow of Daniel Baily, and daughter of Hiram K. and Susan (Bourn) Noyes.  Mr. Noyes was born in Vermont, as also were his ancestors, who were prominent New England Family of Scotch extraction.  Mrs. Noyes was born in Canada on March 28, 1820.  Her parents had crossed the boarder from Vermont in 1812, the father being a native of Vermont and the mother of Connecticut.  Mrs. Noyes was married in Potton, Canada, five miles from the boundary of the United States.  She is now living with her daughter and son-in-law, seven miles southwest from Weippe on a homestead which has not yet been platted.  Mrs. Noyes has the following children: William G.[Gilman], in Missouri; Sanford W.[Lansford], in Illinois; Louis A., with her; Charles E., in Oklahoma, Frank W., in Missouri; Lucy A., widow of Mr. Young, in Clarke county, Illinois; Rosepha H., wife of Asam Baron, in Indianapolis; Etta M., wife of John Shriner.  Mrs. Talbot was born in Ionia county, Michigan, on November 16,1858. 
TALBOT Charles H. (I85222)
 

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