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Isabell Frazier Haworth's Life Story
Isabell was born in Warren Co., IA on Dec 4, 1858, the first child of Quakers, Joseph & Clarissa Frazier. Isabell's father, was a Private in the Iowa 34th during the Civil War. Isabell married Jacob Haworth. After 5 children, Jacob & Isabell moved with their children & Isabell's parents to Los Angeles Co., CA.\r\n\r\nThis web site is dedicated to Isabell Frazier Haworth League. Her life memoirs, featured on the following pages, are what perked my interest in genealogy.
THE DIOBILDA'S OF COATESVILLE, PA
InterneTree: Judi A Baxter THE DIOBILDA'S OF COATESVILLE, PA: Surname List
Decendants of Nicholas Newlin
Outline Descendant Tree: Descendants of Nicholas Newlin
Michele Roelofs' Family Tree
From my paternal grandmother's side, our first ancestor to come to this country was Ephraim Jackson. He emigrated from Macclesfield, Cheshire, England in 1684 and settled in Bucks County, PA. Nicholas Newlin was much more than a small landowner/farmer. He was a member of the Provincial Council of Pennsylvania from 1685-1688; and Justice of the Courts of Chester County 1685-1691. He built and operated a grist mill in Concord Township. The 1694 tax assessment for the Concord Mill was ten pounds. Abner Alonzo Protzman was employed as a Secretary for the YMCA from 1899 to 1915. From 1899 to 1903 or 1904 he was the Assistant Secretary for District of Columbia YMCA. In 1903 or 1904 to around 1905 he was the General Secretary for the Chester, PA YMCA. There is no record of his status in 1906. In 1907 or 1908 to 1911 he was the General Secretary for Portland, ME YMCA. And in 1911 to 1915, the General Secretary for Muncie, IN YMCA. From my maternal grandfather's side: John Chew came to Virginia in the Ship Charity or Chartie in 1621 or 1622 and his wife Sarah came about a year later in the Sea Flower. Both were living at Hog Island, opposite Jamestown, in 1624 (Hotten's Emigrants, Pate 237). He was a merchant and was evidently a man of substance since he owned a house at Jamestown shortly after his arrival, as is shown by a grant in 1624 to John Chew, merchant, of one rood, nine poles, near his dwelling house in James City (Va. Mag., I. 87). In 1636, he had grants for some 1200 acres in the County of Charles River, later called York County and had probably been living in that locality for some years previously. (Va. Mag., V.341-342). He represented Hog Island in the Virginia House of Burgesses 1623-1624 and 1627 and was a member for York County 1642-1644 (Colonial Va. Register, pgs. 53, 54, 63). He was also one of the justices of York County in 1624 and 1652 (Va. Mag., I.197). His first wife Sarah died before 1651 and in that year he executed a deed (recorded in York County) in view of his intended marriage with Mrs. Rachel Constable (Va. Mag., I. 197). His sons Samuel and Joseph CHEW are mentioned in the York County Records 1657 and 1659 respectively, and it appears from the same records that in 1668 John Chew was dead and his son Samuel was living in Anne Arundel Co., Maryland. Michele Roelofs Family Tree
Amanda M Baker of Saint George, KS
InterneTree: Amanda M Baker KS Amanda M Baker of Saint George, KS: Surname List
The Arment Family
InterneTree: Keith L Arment
Robert Pew Worst's Geneaology Page
Looking for ancestors of Peter Worst 1753-1822 and Barbara Ann Weaver 1758-1835 also, John Pew 1770-1849 and Elizabeth Vaughn
The Newlins of Chester County, Pennsylvania, USA and allied lines
My web page mainly documents my own Newlin line, starting with the emigration of our first Newlin, Nicholas, and his son, Nathaniel, who emigrated to Pa with Wm. Penn, in 1683. I have included many others in the Newlin family, and would like to hear from people who are related to these Quaker Newlins.
http://www.mismagicshouse.com/geni.html
Husband and wife put their combined years of 77 into use and try to reconstruct over 200 years of ancestry between them - almost from scratch! Dozens of related surnames included.
Kadera Crown Family Genealogies
Family Genealogy Homepage
Milsoms of Bath
My ancestors originated in Bath, England c.1711 but sadly, my father is the last male heir to this once aristocratic and well-known family.

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