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151 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Sanders, Ambree Lynn (I4426)
152 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Paden, Donald Edward (I1)
153 C.W. 46, Beckett, Charles Wilgus (I21534)
154 Cal Fain was born in Fannin Co., GA. In 1870 he moved with his family to Boone Co. AR, where he married Mary Rebecca Puryear, daughter of Robert B. Puryear and Drucilla Arnola Cummins. Sometime after his marriage he moved to Protem, Taney Co., MO., where he lived until 1890 when he moved his family to what was to become Oklahoma. At Allen in Pontohoc Co. he is said to have built the first log building. He soon moved to Shawnee, Pottawatomie Co. where he farmed until the remainder of his children were born. He moved by covered wagon to Beaver Co., living for a time at Butler, Custer Co. At Beaver he farmed and, for a while, ran a feed and seed business in Beaver City.

About 1917 he moved with his wife and son Forest and daughter Madge to Colorado, where they filed on some land. By about 1922 he was in Britton, near Oklahoma City, where he engaged in business; retired; and lived until his death. His wife died at the home of her daughter Nola in McAllen, Hidalgo Co., TX. Both are buried at Rose Hill Burial Park in Oklahoma City, OK.

1870 Census - 10 yrs old, living at Frick's Gap P.O., Walker Co., Georgia with his parents. Subdiv. 128 pg 225 B

Married May 5, 1878 in Boone Co., Arkansas

1880 Census - 20 yrs old, living in Big Creek, Taney Co., Missouri with wife Mary and son Robert H. His brother Samuel is living close by. pg 281B

1900 Census - 39 yrs old, living in Forest Twnshp, Pottawatomie Co., Oklahoma with wife Mary and 9 of his surviving 11 children. E. D. 199 Sht 3B

1910 Census - 49 yrs old, living in Elmwood Twnshp, Beaver Co., Oklahoma with wife Mary and 5 of their children. E.D. 20, Sht 7B

1920 Census - 59 yrs old, living in Prowers Co., Colorado with wife Mary and daughter Madge. E.D. 184 sht 10B

1930 Census - 69 yrs old, living in Britton, Oklahoma Co., Oklahoma with wife Mary. ED 55-3 Sht 19B 
Fain, Richard Calhoun "Cal" (I11732)
155 Came from Frederick County, Maryland in 1772. Justice of the Peace for Chanceford TWP, York County, PA in 1777. Elected to State Legislature in 1805.

Served in the Revolutionary War effective 4-16-1778 with the York County Militia 3rd Co. 6th Bat. Capt. Ferry's Co. as a Private 1st Class.

Pedan, Benjamin (I28362)
156 Caption Hewitt's Company, Augusta County, Virginia Militia Peden, John Sr. (I5806)
157 Cecil H. Paden. Paden, Cecil Allen (I30744)
158 Cemetery notes and/or description:
4 9/10 mi east of Franklin on Hwy 100; then 9/10 mi south on Brown Rd. Cemetery is approximately 200 yds west on property of Bill Byrd. 
Source (S3155)
159 CENSUS: Union Twp.
Daniel 35, 
Beckett, Daniel (I21469)
160 CHAMPAIGN '97 Mark Peden, 63, of Champaign, passed away at 1:40 a.m. Sunday (June 14, 2015) at Heartland Healthcare, Urbana.
He was born Feb. 5, 1952, in Peoria, to Robert and Eleanor Stover Peden. He was married to Marilyn Johnson in May 1977 in Glenwood. He later married Jacqueline Lockard on Oct. 2, 1987, in Champaign. She survives.
Also surviving are two sons, Matthew E. (Anna) Peden, Meridian, Miss., and Benjamin J. Peden, Indianapolis, Ind.; three grandchildren; one sister, Mary Calvert, Bloomington; and several nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by his parents.
He was employed as the assistant chief of the Illinois Water Survey and was director of the Central Analytical Lab. He was also the principal scientist for the water survey and retired in 2002. He was also the executive director of the Orpheum Children's Science Museum in Champaign. He was a former Eagle Scout in Omaha, Neb., and was a member of the First Presbyterian Church of Champaign.
Visitation for Mark will be from 5 to 7 p.m. Wednesday at Morgan Memorial Home, 1304 Regency Drive West, Savoy. His funeral will be at 1:30 p.m. Thursday at Morgan Memorial Home, with the Rev. Chuck Carlson officiating.
Interment will be at 1:30 p.m. Friday at Pennell Cemetery, rural Towanda. Memorials may be directed to the Orpheum Children's Science Museum, Champaign.
Condolences may be left at «u» «/u».
Peden, Mark (I45251)
161 Charlotte was of Scotch blood and her family moved from North Carolina to Tennessee when she was quite young. She lost her eye sight and was blind For some time before she died. She lived with her son William for a number of years before she died at his home.

She is buried at Mountain View Cemetery along side of her husband John. 
Elkins, Charlotte May (I12149)
162 citing Blendon Central Cemetery, Franklin County, Ohio Source (S2866)
163 citing Ravenswood Cemetery, Jackson County, West Virginia. Source (S2865)
164 Co D 58th Ind Inf. Pvt enlisted 1 December 1861 Cockrum, Alexander Hamilton (I95)
165 Cornelius A. Peden. Peden, Cornelia E. (I17945)
166 Creamated as of Clay's request.
Gillette, Ira Clay (I5412)
167 Cremated Paden, Osceola (I286)
168 Cremated Churchill, Wenona Billee (I14905)
169 Cremated Churchill, Fred Bert (I14906)
170 Cremated with ashes scattered in Tucson, AZ. Thurman, Richard L. (I6897)
171 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F3254
172 d A Grave Memorial# 11207236
Estes, Nadine (I35480)
173 David H. Peden, 80, of Rochester, died Wednesday, April 13, 2016, at Mayo Clinic Hospital-Saint Marys Campus in Rochester.
David H. Peden was born on Nov. 2, 1935, in Canby, Minn., to Maurice and Pearl (Heaton) Peden. He graduated from Gary, S.D., High School in 1953 and from South Dakota State College in 1957. In June 1957, David married Carol Willaford in Brookings, S.D.
David worked as an engineer for FMC Corporation for much of his life, and retired from Cordova Chemicals in Muskegon, Mich., where he served as a certified waste site manager. David was very active with theater and music with the Muskegon Civic Theatre and his church choir.
In 2011, he married Joan Wilcox in Rochester. In 2015, they moved to The Waters on Mayowood in Rochester, where he was appointed as a member of the council. He enjoyed singing, music and sharing stories with his friends and family.
David is survived by his wife, Joan Wilcox; sons, David (Sandra) Peden, Mark (Susan) Peden, Drew Peden, David Nelson; daughter Kristine (Patrick) Stokes; grandchildren, Ariana, Jessica, Kevin and Jake; brother, Wendell (Carol) Peden; sisters, Edythe (Bill) Cascini, Arlyce (Wayne) Sebastian, Millie Bullock and Ruth Whipp.
He was preceded in death by his parents; his first wife, Carol Peden; and his sister, Vivian Phillips.
A family service will be held in Gary, S.D.
To share a special memory or condolence, please visit «u» «/u». In lieu of flowers, please donate to your charity of choice in memory of Dave.
Ranfranz & Vine Funeral Homes, 5421 Royal Place NW, Rochester. 507-289-3600, «u» «/u».
Peden, David Heaton (I30316)
174 David Mastin Armstrong enlisted as a private in the CSA on 9 June 1864 in
Co. I, 8th Arkansas Cavalry. He was age 16 at the time of enlistment,
and according to family story he joined up to be in the same unit as his
father, Richard Dickson Armstrong, who was in Co. D of this cavalry.
Also in Co. D. was David's older brother Isaac Huntley Armstrong, and his
future father-in-law, William Thomas Ritchie. His enlistment record
states he was born in Randolph Co., AL, a persistent error in his records
-- according to census and land ownership records, he was almost
certainly born in Franklin Co., AL.
David was wounded at the Battle of Pilot Knob, Missouri. His father
Richard was also wounded in this campaign. Family story says that
David's wound was not serious but he stayed in as a nurse in the
Confederate hospital to care for his father. If true, this could only
have been for a matter of days. Richard Armstrong was captured at
Ironton, Missouri on 27 September 1864.
David was also captured, on 12 October 1864, while in the Confederate
hospital. David was sent to the Union Military Prison at St. Louis,
Missouri, and then on to the Alton, Illinois Military Prison. It is not
known if Richard was sent to St. Louis first, but he was sent to the
Alton, Illinois Military Prison, a brutally cold and ill-equipped place
on an island in the river, so disreputable that it had been condemned for
use as a civilian prison over a decade before the war began. He was
received in the hospital at this prison on 24 May 1865. He died in the
hospital on 7 June 1865 of "chronic diarrhoea", as attested by T.W.
Johnson, surgeon, in the Morning Reports of Sick & Attendants in the
Military Prison Hospital, Alton, Illinois, Book #190, report of June
8th. David was released on oath from this prison on 23 May 1865. It is
possible, indeed, likely that he stayed on at the hospital to care for
his father as he died.
David and Richard's captures in September and October 1864 was after
their units participated in the Battle of Pilot Knob on 22 September 1864
as part of Sterling Price's Missouri campaign. From an essay about this
little-known battle found at
"September 26 found about 1447 soldiers and volunteer citizens at Pilot
Knob from the following commands: the 14th Iowa Infantry (142), the 47th
Missouri Infantry (500), Company F of the 50th Missouri Infantry (80),
Battery H of the 2nd Missouri Light Artillery (134--6 guns), the 3rd
Missouri State Militia Cavalry (347), Company L of the 2nd Missouri State
Militia Cavalry (44), Company G of the 1st Missouri State Militia
Infantry, (serving as artillery, 58--7 guns) plus a number of white and
black civilian volunteers.
"For the Confederates, Fagan's Division (1,775) was composed of
Cabell's Brigade of 8 Arkansas Cavalries with a battery of 2 guns,
Slemon's Brigade (459) of 4 Arkansas Cavalries, Dobbin's Brigade (835) of
3 Arkansas Cavalries and a battery of 2 guns, McCray's Brigade (1,700) of
2 Arkansas mounted infantries and the 15th Missouri Cavalry, and 3
unattached Arkansas Cavalries totaling 300 men.
"Marmaduke's Division (3756) was composed of Clark's Brigade
(2,200) of 7 Missouri Cavalries, 2 batteries of 3 guns each and an
engineer company, Freeman's Brigade (1,356) of 2 Arkansas and 1 Missouri
Cavalries, and Slayback's Detachment (200) of Missouri Cavalry.
"Fort Davidson itself is a hexagonal earthenwork surrounded by a
dry moat. It was connected by two rifle pits extending north (190 yards)
and south (150 yards) accessed by sally ports (tunnels). The fort had a
drawbridge and sat in a valley between the moutains Pilot Knob (east) and
Shepherd (south). It contained the following impressive concentration of
artillery:four 32 pound siege guns, three 24 pound howitzer 
Armstrong, David Mastin (I7748)
175 David Z. Chow was born on February 27, 1914 to LianSheng and LinXiang Zhou in Shanghi, China. David was the youngest of six children. His family was in the watch and clock business. The Zhou family was 1 of the Swiss Watch/Clock representatives in Shanghi, China. David attended/graduated from the prestigious (Ge Zhi high school) and (St. John College) in Shanghi. David was extremely talented and smart. He received numerous awards throughout his academic life. In 1944, he left Shanghi to attend Cornell University in New York, where he graduated with honors and a Masters degreee in Architecture. After graduating he met a woman named Prudence Anderson and they later were married. They moved to California where they had two children, a daughter (Eleanor E. Chow) and a son (David G. Chow). He started his own business as an Architect/Delineator, David Chow and Associates. Approximately one year after the birth of their son, David G., David and Prudence divorced and Daivd was left to raise his two children on his own. A few years later he met a wonderful woman named, Karolyn M. (Kay), Wallace. Karolyn had a son (Richard Q. Wallace) from her previous marriage. David and Karolyn were married on August 25, 1957 and became and instant family of five. They bought a home in Pasadena where they lived for many years until they bought a new house in South Pasadena. Through the years David's architecture business became very well known. David did architecture/delineations for big projects such as: the bradley building at LAX, Huntington Library, Huntington Memorial Hospital just to name a few. Many years later his children had children of their own and the family began to grow. In 1972, David and Karolyn had their first grandchild (Shannon K. Fisher), the daughter of Eleanor. Over the next ten years they had many pleasureable times with their only grandchild. Then in 1982, Eleanor gave birth to a second daughter (Vanessa K. Hardy). David and Kay thoroughly enjoyed having a second grandchild and spent many wonderful times with their family. Then in 1993, their son David G. had his first child (Ashlee D. Chow). By this time David and Karolyn were getting older and it was getting harder to get together, but yet they still managed to enjoy having the family over for family get togethers. By 1998, David and Karolyn had four grandchildren the last one to arrive was (Jessica A. Chow) born to David G. In 2001 David's wife (Karolyn), became ill and David then cared for his ill wife (by himself) in their home in South Pasadena until the day she passed (April 6, 2002). Then in July 2002 David had his first great grandchild (Marissa B. Fisher), the child of Shannon Fisher. His second great grandchild was born on March 5, 2007 (Arianna Y. Torres), the child of Vanessa Hardy. David lived in the family house until 2005 when the family moved him into a assisted living home (Noal Ranch) in Anaheim Hills. He continued to live there until March of 2007, when the family decided that he need 24 hour care. At that time he was moved to Big Springs Elderly Care where he lived until he passed away January 2008
David Z. Chow is survived by a daugther, Eleanor E. Hardy; a son, David G. Chow; a step-son, Richard Q. Wallace; a son-in-law, Gary L. Hardy; four grandchildren, Shannon K. Fisher, Vanessa K. Hardy, Ashlee D. Chow, and Jessica A. Chow; two great-grandchildren, Marissa B. Fisher and Arianna Y. Torres.
He will be greatly missed in our lives, but we have his memories left to live by. - See more at:
Chow, David Zai-Chen (I43936)
176 DE Kalb Co, AL, Fam# 2, Head Of Household Lamar, Col. James Russell (I5721)
177 Death announcement published in the Idaho State Journal, Pocatello; Page 3, dated Monday, April 11, 1966. Fowler, Annie Cornelia (I55)
178 Declaration

(By Eliza Carver Estes, regarding John Estes' Revoluntionary WarService.)

In order to obtain the benefits of the provision of the Act of Congressof the 4th July, 1836.

State of North Carolina
Orange County

On this the 15th day of March 1838 formally appeared before theundersigned ....Justice of the Peace in and for the County aforesaid ather residence. She being from old age and bodily infirmity unable toattend Court to make this declaration. Eliza Estes a resident of theTown of Hillsboro in the aforesaid County, aged 78 years who being firstduly sworn according to law, doth on her oath make the followingDeclaration, in order to obtain the benefits of the provisions made bythe Act of Congress, passed July 4, 1836.

That she is the widow of John Estes of the aforesaid County who duringthe War of the Revolution was in the United States Service as hereafterset forth.

The Declarant sets forth upon her said oath that her deceased husbandJohn Estes was in the United States Service as an adjunct Commissary ofpurchases and ... for the District of Hillsboro in the State aforesaid.In proof of which this Declarant exhibits her deceased husbands'sCommission, signed by "Joseph .... A.C.P.S.D. and bearing dates thru 15August 1779 and numbered "A".

But this Declarant has reason to believe and does believe that herdeceased husband John Estes aforesaid did as a day earlier that the dateof his Commission, Act as "A.C.P." in proof of which this declarantexhibits a voucher which is dated March 11, 1777 and is marked "B".

The Declarant also presents the receipt of D. Flowers dated 9 February1777, which she found amongst her deceased husbands Revolutionary papersand which is Marked "C".

This Declarant also in further evidence of her deceased husbandsRevolutionary Services as A.C.P. produces the receipt of Peter Malletts,dated 10 July 1779 here unto annexed and marked "D".

This Declarant also exhibits the receipt of Nathan Grinnells dated July17, 1779 marked "E" and hereunto annexed.

The Declarant the said Eliza Estes, in further confirmation of herdeceased husband's Revolutionary Services as "A.C. P." exhibits thereceipt hereunto annexed marked "F" which is signed by her deceasedhusband John Estes.

The Declarant also exhibits a receipt dated November 22, 1779, and signedby her deceased husband John Estes and marked "G".This Declarant the saidEliza Estes in further evidence of her deceased husband's Revolutionaryservices as "A.C.P." exhibits the voucher dated August 9, 1780 and signedJ Estes "ACP" and which is marked "H".

This Declarant in further proof of her deceased husband's revolutionaryWar Services as "A.C>P>" exhibits the voucher, marked "I" dated October4th 1780 by which it appears that her deceased husband acted for theContinental troops under DeKalb.

This Declarant further states upon her said oath that there is a greatmany other similar vouchers, amongst her deceased husband's Revolutionarypapers as "A.C.P." both in the year of 1779 and 1780 but she trust thatthe number she has exhibited may suffice - especially as there areseveral amounts current, exhibit a settlement between the said John Estes"A.C.P." and Joseph Grune, who was as this Declarant understandsCommissary ... of purchases for the Southern Department.

This Declarant further sets forth upon her said oath that as for as shelearns from the voucher, accounts current of her deceased husbands'sRevolutionary Services, - She has reason to believe and does believe thaton this 15 March 1779, her husband was in the United States Service as"A.C.P." and also appears to this Declarant that on 26th October 1780,her husband was still acting as "A.C.P." as appears from voucher 19 onaccount current marked "K".

This Declarant also in further confirmation of her deceased husband'sRevolutionary Services as "A.C.P." exhibits the accounts current marked"L".

This declarant also exhibits evidence of her deceased husband'sRevolutionary Services, the accounts current marked "M".

The Declarant also exhibits the amounts currents (not official) which shehere unto annexes and marked "N" and "O", all of which papers she statesupon her said oath are genuine and true to the best of her knowledge andbelief.

This Declarant does not long her deceased husband John Estes.....had been in this service on the 11th March, 1779. Nor does she atthis time remember how long her husband acted as "ACP", after the 26October 1780, as it appears upon accounts current marked "K" that he wasstill acting as "A.C.P." at that date.

This Declarant further sets forth upon her said oath that on the 9th dayof September following 1781, her deceased husband was appointed byGeneral John Butler, Major of a Regiment of Militia and that while actingunder said Commission her husband was on the day Colonel Fanning tookHillsboro made prisoner by the troops under said Fanning. When GovernorBurke was made prisoner that her husband as prisoner .....was taken firstto Wilmington in the State, then to Charleston in South Carolina and wasa prisoner of war detainee in Charleston until in January following, whensaid John Estes was paroled and came to Cape Fear in the Five ...... aflag of truce, as appears by the .... of J Blucke and dated of Charleston21 of January 1782, being 4 months and 12 days from the date of hisCommission as Major, till he was permitted to serve in the two .....,which Documents are hereunto annexed and marked "P""Q""R".This declarantfurther sets forth upon his said oath that her maiden name was Carver andthat she and the aforesaid John Estes was lawfully married on the 16 ofJanuary 1780 and that her deceased husband was then acting as AdjacentCommissary of Purchasing in the town of Hillsboro aforesaid. Thisdeclarant state that her deceased husband had a family record, that therecord was in their
Prayer Book'. That said record was in her deceasedhusband's own hand writing and is as following;

"John Estes was born 24th Dec. 1745
Eliza Carver was born 24th October 1759"

"John and Eliza Estes was Married 16 January 1780"
"Eliza Estes wife of Hon Estes married 16 January 1780"

"John Estes his prayer Book"

Then follows the births and deaths of their children.

This Declarant takes the "family record", from said family prayer Bookand annexes it with the other evidence of her Claim. It being the onlyDocumentary evidence of her marriage.

That her husband the aforesaid John Estes died on the 11th day ofSeptember 1799 and that she has remained a widow ever since that periodas ...more fully appears ... by reference to the proof hereto annexed.

Sworn to and Subscribed
on this day and year above Eliza Estes
submitted before me.

Tho Jones J. Peace

And I the said Justice do hereby declare my opinion after investigatingthe matter of the application of Eliza Estes, that her deceased husbandJohn Estes did serve in the War of the Revolution as stated. was alsomarried and died at the .....dates above mentioned. I also certify thatsaid Eliza Estes widow as aforesaid from old age and infirmity of bodycannot attend Court to make this Declaration.

I also certify that said Eliza Estes is a woman of truth and veracity.

In testimony whereof, I have here unto set my hand and Seal on this the15 day of March in the year 1838.

Tho. Jones, J.P. 
Estes, John (I9207)
179 Deserted from the Army and changed his name to Fred C. Parker. Peden, Clifton (I40361)
180 died at age 17 Cheek (I3578)
181 Died in Battle of Phillippines. Peden, Norman Charles (I28255)
182 Died in the "Battle of the Bulge" during World War II. Peden, Clyde Stanley (I28742)
183 Died in the "Malmédy Massacre". Assigned to the 575th Ambulance Company as a driver for 1LT Carl R. Genthner. Paden, Paul L. (I34013)
184 Died of exposure and exhaustion on the trail near Council Bluffs. Franklin, Ruth (I37464)
185 Died three hours after birth (heart). Grant, Dallas (I43197)
186 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F7485
187 Divorced Family F7505
188 Divorced 1948 Family F7490
189 Divorced After 1948 Family F7475
190 Divorced Before 1931 Family F7510
191 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F7499
192 Don Paden, resident of Santa Clara county CA. for 41 years, died August 27 at his home in Sunnyvale. He was 80 in April.
Mr. Paden was a native of Oklahoma and came to Thousand Oaks, CA in 1936. He was the manager of the Conjeo Ranch, for many years before moving to Monte Vista where he held the same position at the Oakdell Farm.
he later worked for the Cupertino SchoolDistrict as head custodian in various Elementary and Jr. High School. He retired after 19 years with the schools.
D.O., as he was known to his family, was married to Mary Ellen McReynolds, his high school sweetheart, for 58 years.
Paden is survived by his wife, Mary Ellen and their three daughters, Billye Hull and Avanell Kirchman of Sunnyvale, and Gloria Moore of Mill Valley; nine grandchildren; and one great-grandchild.
A memorial Service was held at the Los Altos United Methodist Church in Los Altos on Aug. 30.
Paden, Daniel Otis "DO" (I212)
193 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Paden, Donald Edward (I1)
194 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Paden, Donald Edward (I1)
195 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Paden, Donald Edward (I1)
196 E.M. Beckett 47, Beckett, Emsley Wilson (I21533)
197 Edgmand Cemetery (Columbus, Cherokee County, Kansas) Source (S2860)
198 Elizabeth is the widow of H. R. Hutchinson and she and Mrs. Gideon Thompson are living together. Mary C. (Mary Catherine "Kate" Estes) is the wife of A. S. Wood, James is living next door near Yellville, AR William resides one mile from that place. Silas died at the age of three years. Thomas J. is the editor of the "Lead Hill Sentinel", Boone CO, AR. The parents of these children were members of the Christian Church. Estes, Elizabeth Carolina (I12152)
199 Elsie Earle Peden, 88, Lick Branch Road, Glasgow, died Tuesday, January 04, 2005, at the Glasgow Health & Rehabilitation Center. Born July 9, 1916, in the Union Five Community of Barren County, she was a daughter of the late Ina M. Richey and Burl M. Peden, she was a retired farmer and homemaker and a member of the Bethel United Methodist Church.
Survivors include her caregivers, Buddy Bailey and Brenda Pierce of Glasgow; a special friend, Gladys Hunt of Glasgow; two first cousins; several second cousins, friends, neighbors and her extended family at Glasgow Health and Rehab Center. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by a sister, Lucy Frances Peden.
Funeral services will be held 1:00 p.m. Thursday, January 6, 2004, at the Hatcher & Saddler Funeral Home with burial in the Happy Valley Memorial Gardens. Friends may call after 2:00 p.m. Wednesday at the funeral home.
Peden, Elsie Earle (I13893)
200 Emsley 28, Beckett, Emsley Wilson (I21533)

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