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201 Arrived in Australia with his father Emil Johann Kreutz (aka Jack Cross) his mother and siblings in January 1882. It is believed they came from Ludershagen, Province Pommern, Prussia although some children were born in Stettin (now Szczecin in Poland). Kreutz, Johann Carl Friedrich (I573)
 
202 Arthur Thacher Brockett:

Birth 6 OCT 1847 in Hartford, Hartford, CT
Death 31 JAN 1854 in NY or CT

Father: Dr. Linus Pierpont Brockett b:
Mother: Lucy M Thacher b:

Transcription:
L. P. Brockett, M.D.
October 16, 1820 ? January 13, 1893
Arthur Thacher
Only child
October 8, 1847 ? January 31, 1854
Until the day break 
Brockett, Arthur Thacher (I116349)
 
203 As per on-line cemetery database, the above is the interment or re-interment date and the burial number is 420286 Thacher, Grace Camille (I110709)
 
204 at or near Kellogg, Molly (I105982)
 
205 at sea Hallett, Peter (I106780)
 
206 at sea Crocker, Seth (I107046)
 
207 at sea Gorham, Job Thacher (I107771)
 
208 at sea Gorham, Alfred (I107779)
 
209 at sea Thacher, Capt. Joseph (I103721)
 
210 at sea Thacher, Daniel (I103723)
 
211 at sea Thacher, Freeman (I103724)
 
212 at sea Gorham, Christopher (I107512)
 
213 at sea Barker, Jeremiah C. (I105809)
 
214 at sea Gorham, Shubael (I105823)
 
215 at sea Hallett, Solomon (I108707)
 
216 at sea Thacher, Solomon (I103703)
 
217 at sea Thacher, Lothrop Russell (I103743)
 
218 at sea Thacher, Josiah (I103789)
 
219 at sea Thacher, Watson C. (I104127)
 
220 at sea Foster, Heman (I107913)
 
221 at sea Foster, Joseph (I107918)
 
222 at sea Thacher, Capt. Samuel (I103434)
 
223 at sea Howland, Jabez (I105134)
 
224 at sea of smallpox Berry, Theophilus (I107925)
 
225 at sea of yellow fever Howland, Roland (I104310)
 
226 at sea of yellow fever Thacher, Joseph (I103762)
 
227 at sea of yellow fever between Boston and the West Indies Thacher, John (I103857)
 
228 at sea on the coast of Africa Hallett, Benjamin (I106769)
 
229 at St. Catherine's in Upper Canada Thacher, Dea. John (I103499)
 
230 at the age of 18 years Nickerson, Adelaide Thacher (I110691)
 
231 at the age of 5 or 6 years Nickerson, George Russell (I110696)
 
232 At the wedding this evening in River Forest of Miss Anne Louise Thatcher to Mr. Charles A. Bradley of Trenton, Mo., the bride will be attended by her cousin, Miss Susanne Thatcher, as maid of honor and the groom by his brother, Mr. Arthur Bradley. The little Misses Ruth Broughton and Helen Thatcher, cousin and sister of the bride, will stretch the ribbons. The ceremony will be performed at 8 o'clock at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Lester Thatcher. The Rev. Dr. E. V. Shayler will officiate. The bride and groom will reside in Trenton, Mo.
--Chicago Tribune, 19 January 1905, pg. 14 
Family F8092
 
233 at Tiverton, Rhode Island or Dartmouth, Massachusetts Dennis, Mercy Jane (I104268)
 
234 August 18, 1905

EMERY'S BROTHER GONE, TOO.
Friends Searching for Relative of Man Missing from Paris
YARMOUTH,Mass.,Aug.17.-Considerable interest is manifested here in the reported disappearance from Paris of Enoch Emery,formerly of Yarmouth,who for several years has been conducting extensive commercial enterprises in Siberia.A cablegram received last night by Mayor Collins of Boston from United States Consul General Wynne at London, telling of Emery's disappearance and requesting that his brother Charles be notified, developed the fact that the whereabouts of the latter is unknown.
Two weeks ago Charles Emery received a cablegram saying that his brother Enoch was dying at his home in Moscow. A few days later a registered letter arrived here for Charles Emery, who in the meantime had closed his home and left town with no word as to where he was going.
No further information has been received to explain how Emery reached Paris so soon after he was reported dying at Moscow.
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August 17, 1905
Special to the New York Times
Boston,Aug.17.- The cable reporting the disappearance from Paris of Enoch Emery excited much interest in this section.
The missing man made a fortune through general trading in Siberia.He was born in Yarmouth on January 8,1851, and for a time was engaged in the shipping industry. Eventually he found his way to the Amoor River district in Siberia, and started a trade in general commodities. From time to time he branches out,establishes stores in different places and dealt extensively in American machinery. He was joined by his brother Charles Emery for a time, and the later returned later to this country with considerable wealth.
Enoch Emery remained on the other side, and for several years has made his home in Moscow. He visited his brother at South Dennis, about three years ago, and again last year he came to the country.Charles Emery told many interesting stories of the business in Russia, and said that the Russian officials were jealous of his brother's success, and that Enoch always felt that his property might be confiscated at any time.
The last time Enoch Emery was in America he gave many costly gifts to his relatives and friends.
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additional information courtesy of Christina11 in the forums.

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1910 United States Federal Census
Name: Charles A Emery
Age in 1910: 61
Estimated Birth Year: 1849
Birthplace: Massachusetts
Relation to Head of House: Head
Father's Birth Place: Maine
Mother's Birth Place: Massachusetts
Spouse's Name: Angella M Emery
Home in 1910: Dennis, Barnstable, Massachusetts
Marital Status: Married - Marriage 2 - 4 years
Race: White
Gender: Male
Household Members: Name Age
Charles A Emery 61
Angella M Emery 42

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Charles A. Emery in the passport applications too. For your grave record he was born Jan. 20, 1849 in Yarmouth, Mass. 
Emery, Charles Adams (I110521)
 
235 Augustus Robinson was a graduate of the U. S. Military Academy at West Point, Class of 1857. A career biography of him is given in entry #1777 in Cullum's Biographical Register of the Graduates of the Military Academy; it is online.
- Bill Thayer (History of West Point)
 
Robinson, Col. Augustus Gilman (I108291)
 
236 Author of "Bartlett's Familiar Quotations." Bartlett, John (I103653)
 
237 author of the "Rights of Women," published in 1818. Crocker, Hannah M. (I105940)
 
238 Author of:

"Leaves from the Battlefield of Gettysburg: A Series of Letters from a Field Hospital and National Poems" (1864)

Emily Bliss Thacher Souder

 
Thacher, Emily Bliss (I104570)
 
239 Author of: An Old Family, 1882, Poems and History of the Thacher Family Thacher, Hannah Blaney (I104595)
 
240 Author of: Thacher-Thatcher: a Record of the Descendants of Rev. Peter Thacher, 1545 - 1624, From Material Gathered by Fent Edwin Thatcher, 1886 - 1962, Ravenna, Mich. 1967. Thatcher, Marion Higgins (I115754)
 
241 Author:
A Manual of Physical Diagnosis; Lea & Feriger; 1925; Philadelphia & New York 
Thacher, Dr. Henry Clark MD (I115383)
 
242 Authur of: Separation: And Other Poems by Delia Amiee Tudor Thacher, wife of Louis Bartlett Thacher, Sr. Tudor, Delia Amiee (I109509)
 
243 Automobile accident Bisch, Matthew James (I1143)
 
244 A] Parents, husband and two children of Elizabeth Bacon are in "Thacher-Thatcher Genealogy by John R. Totten.
[B] Town of Barnstable Deeds, Vol. 4, page 35--LDS Microfilm-- John Jackson, Merchant of Boston and Joseph Jackson, Mariner of Barnstable selling land to Ebenezer Bacon. The document indicates they are selling their share of the land that was t aside to support Hannah Gorham, Widow of Col. David Gorham. They noted this right of support reserved to her life time---Hannah Gorham was the 2nd wife of David Gorham. His first wife was Abigail Sturgis and they had a daughter Lydia who married Edward Bacon. The estate records of David Gorham indicate that a share of his estate was to go to Lydia Bacon, wife of Edward Bacon. In turn the share passed on to their daughter Elizabeth Bacon Jackson and their son Henry Bacon. By 1809 Richard Jackson and his wife Elizabeth Bacon were dead and the land passed on to the surviving sons Joseph and John. Henry Bacon, brother of Elizabeth Bacon Jackson, also sold his share to Ebenezer Bacon.

[C] Vol. 26, page 358, Barnstable's Probate and Wills [from LDS-microfilm # 1839415]-- -- Will of Nymphas Marston, grand uncle of Elizabeth Bacon Jackson, "Item I give to Elizabeth Jackson daughter of said Capt Edward Bacon one looking glass n y best chamber and the mahogony Table that stands under it."

[D] Barnstable Cobb's Hill Cemetery(aka Goodspeed's Hill Cemetery)
In memory of Mrs. Elizabeth Jackson consort of Richard Jackson, who departed this life Augst 1st 1790 aged 25 years. 
Bacon, Elizabeth (I105792)
 
245 B 6 Coleman Mausoleum Coleman, Robert Lewis Jr. (I110813)
 
246 b. 1862 third of four children by Alford Augustus Thacher and Susan Baker.
m. Ellen Amanda Cornue
Two children: Luella and Luman Alfred.
d. 1945
Farmer 
Thacher, James Frederick (I114788)
 
247 Balthasar moved from Alt-Breitungen to Wernshausen in 1694 after the unsuccessful Farmer's Revolution of 1692. He had one son, Moritz. This Nesslar record in the Wernshausen Lutheran Church archives also mentions Balthasar's father, Sebastian, who lived in Alt-Breitungen, Germany. Nesslar, Balthasar (I319)
 
248 Baptized with 13 other infants in Pieter Lassing's barn by the visiting minister from Lutheran church of New York City. Tappen, Teunis (I986)
 
249 Barbara Puerner Warner
October 17, 1934 – May 6, 2018

Barbara Puerner Warner, 83, of Wilson passed away Sunday, May 6, 2018 at Wilson Medical Center.

Barbara will be remembered fondly for her infectious laugh and loving nature. She dedicated her life to caring for others as a mother, nurse and rescuer of strays.

Barbara met her husband of fifty years, Richard Warner, while serving as a playground monitor for children in Janesville, Wisconsin. Together, they have fostered dozens of newborn children as they await adoption placement, and they also adopted and raised four children of their own. Barbara was a class act who was just at ease in a cocktail dress with a Lucky Strike in one hand and a Manhattan in the other as she was in sweatpants tending to her children and pets.

She graduated from Janesville High School in Janesville, Wisconsin and earned her nursing degree from the State University of New York at Canton.

Barbara is survived by her four children; William Warner (Barbara Jones) of New Hope, Pennsylvania, Susan Brewer (Mike)of Wilson, Col. Michael Warner of Dayton, Ohio, and Jennifer Warner (Paul Melsness) of Minneapolis, Minnesota; three grandchildren, Justin Brewer, Richard Melsness, and Henrik Melsness, and her brothers Bradley Puerner (Karen) of Milton, Wisconsin, Richard Puerner (Doris) of Canfield, Ohio, and William Puerner (Connie, deceased) of Benton, Kentucky.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Richard Warner; brother, Merrill Puerner, Jr. (Lois), and her parents, Merrill and Ethel Puerner.

A graveside service will be held at 2:00pm, Monday, May 14, 2018 in Milton Lawns Memorial Park, Janesville, Wisconsin.

In lieu of flowers, the family has requested memorials in Barbara’s memory to be sent to the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty of Animals (ASPCA), 424 E 92nd Street, New York, New York 10128 or ttps://www.aspca.org/ or the Humane Society, PO Box 7064, Wilson, North Carolina or http://www.humanesociety.org/

Schneider Funeral Home in Janesville, Wisconsin is assisting the family. 
Puerner, Barbara Ann (I185)
 
250 Barrington Courier-Review 06/08/1916 Family F6247
 

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