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Note for:   Marie Bellemain,   WFT Est. 1654-1673 - WFT Est. 1674-1758         Index
[Brøderbund WFT Vol. 4, Ed. 1, Tree #2531, Date of Import: Oct 10, 1999]

2nd wife of John P. Mellott.

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Note for:   Paulus Merle,   1630 - WFT Est. 1661-1721         Index
MARLETT or MERLETT FAMILY
French Prot., from London, where they were members of Old THREADNEEDLE CHURCH, alongside MONNET, PILLOT, et al., (HUG. SOC., London, Vols. XIII and XVI; vide, ante, this PART, p. 573). The name was also MELLET, Marley and Morley.
The first Amer. Anc. was GIDEON MERLET, in Col. N. Y., petition, Mar. 19, 1663, (CALEND. N. Y. HIST., Pt. I, p. 245; vide, ante, PART TWO, p. 153). This contains familiar Staten Island names. In 1674, GIDEON MARLET was magistrate on S. I., (CALEND., supra, p. 17), and in other references, land at Fresh Kill, 1694, "formerly owned by GIDEON, JOSHUA and PAUL MARLET," while JOHN PETER MELOTT appears by 1700, (pp. 242, 278-9).

The latter was the son of ABRAHAM MARLETT, First Settler of Pisc., who had m. CHRISTINE PIETERSE, (vide, ante, PART ONE, p. 124; KINGS, p. 200). (Study, also, pp. 223, 224 and 104.)

ABRAHAM MARLETT had chil. when on Long Island, MARGARET, b.p., Mar. 31, 1678, in Flatbush; JANNETJE, b.p., May 18, 1679 in Flatbush, and ABRAHAM, b.p., May 16, 1680, in New Utrecht; "rem. to settle upon the Raritan, in N. J.", and had a son, DIRCK (Richard), b.p. there, Oct. 27, 1708. His brother was PAULUS MARLETT, wife LYZBETH BRUNSWYCK, prom. citizen of S. I., (vide, ante, PART ONE, pp. 121-125).

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Note for:   Sam Hood,   7 JUN 1869 - 14 FEB 1942         Index
Burial:   
     Date:   FEB 1942
     Place:   Milano County Cemetary

Note:    [Genealogy, Larry.FTW]

Sam was born in the Liberty Community of Milam County. He was left an orphan at the age of 11 years and grew up the hard way, spent most of his life farming, he also did carpenter work. He did good work at reasonable prices and was kept busy, some work by day, other contract jobs. He was a good mixer, had lots of friends and made new ones where-ever he went. He was active in religious affairs. Same was a church leader for First Christian Church.

Sam Hood, Wife Maud, children Carl, Marvin, Jesse, Bettie, Mattie, Delia, Cullen and Lorine are listed as First Settlers of Lone Pine Community.


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Note for:   Abraham Marlett,   1723 -          Index
NEW JERSEY MARRIAGES
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Early New Jersey Marriages - Extracts
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from microfilm copies of original marriage bonds in possession of NJ Dept. of Education,
Division of State Library Archives & History, filmed in 1966. "Marriages are from various
counties, and are arranged in groups by surname, but not alphabetical within groups." (Family
History Library Catalog; 0888701-0888710) I have capitalized all surnames for ease in
identification. When there was a discrepancy with a name in the body of the bond and the
signature, the difference of the signature is in parentheses An asteric * indicates spelling of
a locality as found in document.

FHLC 0888706; Vol. M735-1794 (602 bonds) #051- #100



; Abraham MERLAT of Somerset County, yeoman, and Isaac VAIL of the same county, yeoman...
[bound to]... Jonathan BELCHER, Governor... 500 pounds... 25 Feb 1748/9. ... Abraham MERLAT...
obtained license of marriage for himself and for Martha VAIL of Essex County, spinster... [w]
Tho:s BARTOW [affidavit] Abraham MERLATT made oath that he has the consent of John VAIL to
marry his daughter Martha

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Note for:   Martin Krack,   8 APR 1823 - 6 AUG 1912         Index
Burial:   
     Date:   6 AUG 1912
     Place:   Ft Leavensworth Cemetery, section 24, row 2, grave 53

Note:    [My Family.FTW]

The Morman Church had the Censis for 1900. It shows that Martin was 77 yrs old at that time. He was widowed. He was born in German. His parents were born in Germany. He is a Farmer who was unemployed for 10 months. He can read, write and speak english. He owns his own farm. His farm is free. Farm schedule #69[krack.FTW]

The Morman Church had the Censis for 1900. It shows that Martin was 77 yrs old at that time. He was widowed. He was born in German. His parents were born in Germany. He is a Farmer who was unemployed for 10 months. He can read, write and speak english. He owns his own farm. His farm is free. Farm schedule #69