Documenting This American Family

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151 Ellis Cole Jr.
 
Source Source: S389 (S389)
 
152 Endowment House records, FHL film 183395 (Charles R. Bailey married to Susannah Hawkins and Johanna Adamson on the same day) Family F329
 
153 Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed 07 January 2020), memorial page for Alonzo Edgar “Lonnie” Powell (17 Jun 1922–11 Oct 1980), Find A Grave Memorial no. 54901204, citing Cherokee Memorial Park, Lodi, San Joaquin County, California, USA ; Maintained by Eunice Edwards Kenyon (contributor 47301144) . Source Source: S679 (S679)
 
154 Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed 31 December 2019), memorial page for Frank Martin (8 Jun 1895–1 Dec 1976), Find A Grave Memorial no. 117105728, citing Maui Veterans Cemetery, Makawao, Maui County, Hawaii, USA ; Maintained by Find A Grave (contributor 8)  Source Source: S673 (S673)
 
155 Hawaii; and Wallace, Ellis; age 5; male; single; born July 10, 1922 at Honolulu, Hawaii. (Birth dates and surnames of siblings Ellis and Betty are not supported by primary evidence. Reason for this deviation is unknown.] 09082007d Source Source: S111 (S111)
 
156 Headstone image in possession of Donald Rodrigues, Alameda, California. 07272005a Source Source: S268 (S268)
 
157 In possession of Donald Rodrigues, Alameda, California Source Source: S150 (S150)
 
158 Information about Antonio Silva comes from various oral family stories. It's believed he was married at least two times. The first marriage produced son Francisco and possibly others. Another marriage produced daughter Caroline and possibly others. Some descendents believe that a daughter traveled to Brazil where she was a nun. Grandaughter Marylou (nee Rodrigues) Santos disclosed that he may have traveled to India (Goa?), and that Caroline's mother was possibly a Portuguese woman from the Indian colonies; however, later research by Doug Holmes located her baptism record that corroborated her name, and that she was a native of Pinheiro, Madeira. This information discredits the Asian Indian connection. Source: 110203a. Silva das Fontes, António da (I868)
 
159 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Petro, Tracy Marie (I1608)
 
160 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F231
 
161 Jesuina (nee Valente) Silva was known to children in the Antone Rodrigues family as Aunt Jesuina. She relocated to the California to live with her daughters Theresa and Mary after her husband's death. Source: Audrey Desiva (oral). Her grandson believes her full maiden name was Josefina (a.k.a. Jesuina) Valente. Source: Roger Desilva (oral). Valente, Jesuina (I896)
 
162 John Newland MORRIS and Phoebe DEVONALD were converted to the gospel,and
jointed the Church Of Jesus Christ Of Latter-Day Saints in Wales.
He preached in every country in Wales. He could quote passages from
the Boble by the hundreds (From Grandson Ed Morris).

John Newland MORRIS was born on February 16 1823 Llandysul Cardinganshire,
South Wales. The story said christened March 23 1923 (I think it meant
March 23, 1823).

The family lived in Brigham City and they moved to Rockland Idaho.

In her later years Phoebe was almost helpless. She suffered from
"Dropsy", and was terribly bloated from the water in her tissues.

John Newland MORRIS and his father planted the first half bushel of
wheat in Rockland.

JNM was a very dominant personality and when he ask for silent none
of the children would dared whisper.

There was a big celebration in Rockland not sure what it was for, but
the chuch was full of people. The closing number on the program was
"POETRY" BY JOHN MORRIS. It was common thing in Rockland because
he was such a creative entertainer. He took his place at the center
stage, and the conregation called out the subjects. Usually it would be a name, and if so, he would create a verse spontaneously, then another, and
another. Sometimes places would be called out, or things fruits or flowers,
etc. He would hold an audience's attention in pleasure, and happiness for
many hours. And this he did on January 27 1905 when he was 82 years old.
That night he passed away. 
Family F774
 
163 Lived in San Diego, CA area before death. Martin, Elsie Madeline (I29)
 
164 Maine State Archives. Maine Marriages 1892-1996 (except 1967 to 1976). Maine. Index obtained from Maine Department of the Secretary of State, Maine State Archives, http://www.state.me.us/sos/arc/files/dbinfo.htm. Source Source: S725 (S725)
 
165 Marriage date from Cynthia R. Petersen-Loesch, 64201 N. Ramona, Montrose, CO 81401 Family F610
 
166 Marriage license was issued on 21 June 1894 to to Manuel Furtado Reis, residing at Nuuanu, Honolulu, and Amelia de Jesus, residing at Pauoa, Honolulu, Island of Oahu. Family F888
 
167 Marriage produced 4 children Family F530
 
168 MARRIAGE: Also recorded on 24 Oct 1835 (IGI Batch #M116625) at Bathgate, West Lothian, Scotland. Probably "Banns," which is an announcement proceeding the actual marriage. Family F281
 
169 MARRIAGE: Database records from Forrest Shade say the marriage took place at Salt Lake City or Provo, Utah. Family F688
 
170 Merged 12/18/2020 10:58 Source Source: S688 (S688)
 
171 Merged 5/8/2019 17:34 Source Source: S590 (S590)
 
172 Multiple Antonio Silvas emigrated from Madeira to Hawaii between 1875 and 1885, the period during which Antonio was known to have arrived in the Kingdom of Hawaii. The most likely Antonio Silva match for the family tree arrived on July 7, 1883, arriving alone on the British steamship S.S. Hankow.

 
Silva, António da (I1403)
 
173 Name and estimated birth date from Baptism records of children, Church of Sao Bras, Madeira. Sources: 121103k,
121103a.

Name corroborated and marriage date and location extracted from the Marriage Log, Church of Sao Bras, Arco da Calheta, Madeira. Log shows Maria to be a native of Madeira. Her parents are recorded as Francisco Cabral & Francisca de Jesus, natives of Lombada do Loreto, Madeira. This primary source discredits an oral family story that Maria, may have been born in Portugal's Indian colonies. Source: 03152004a. 
Maria (I894)
 
174 Parish registers of baptisms, marriages, and deaths from Arco da Calheta, Funchal, Portugal Source Source: S173 (S173)
 
175 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F1041
 
176 Published by Robert Archibald, Harthill, Scotland, 2 May 1856. Citation research by Lana Archibald, Garland, Utah . Copy in possession of Donald Rodrigues, Alameda, California. 05022005c Source Source: S114 (S114)
 
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