_Humphrey VIII BOHUN ___+ | _William BOHUN ________| | | | |_Elizabeth PLANTAGENET _+ | (1282 - 1316) | |--Elizabeth BOHUN | | ________________________ | | |_Elizabeth BALDESMERE _| | |________________________
_Peter DITMARS ______+ | (1745 - 1792) m 1781 _Abraham DITMARS ____| | (1780 - 1876) | | |_Martha PUMEA _______ | (.... - 1781) m 1781 | |--Isaac Stryker DITMARS | (1806 - 1870) | _____________________ | | |_Cornelia STRYKER ___| (1781 - 1843) | |_____________________
He came to Cadis, Ohio in 1837 and established a carriage and blacksmith shop with his youngest brother Abraham Jr. Abraham went to Oregon later. The shop burned down. Isaac then went west to Washington, Iowa for his wifes health and built a carriage and blacksmith shop there, about 1853. His son William working with him. His eldest son, Edward, did not care for this kind of work but wanted to be a journalist. He went to Iowa City and worked in a printing office. Laterhe bought the presses and moved them to St. Paul, MInnesota in the early days of that city and started the first newspaper in that city. It is thought the inkfrom the printing poisoned him. He contracted tuberculosis and returned to Cadis, Ohio where he died at the early age of 25. Isaac was a member of the Baptist church. Was a Republican and tis said he assisted many slaves to get over theline.
His first marriage to Sarah Ermine Ferry 1/30/1830. to this union wasborn 8 children. His second marriage to Mrs. Catherine Wood Lock. They had twochildren
transcribed from genealogy by
Gertrude E. Boylan
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_Jacob INFIELD ______+ | _Elias Eli ENFIELD __| | | | |_Eve SCHULTZ ________ | | |--William ENFIELD | | _____________________ | | |_Lovina STRAYER _____| | |_____________________
_____________________ | _Fenner FERGUSON ____| | (1814 - 1858) m 1842| | |_____________________ | | |--4children FERGUSON | | _William UPJOHN _____+ | | (1770 - 1847) m 1796 |_Helen UPJOHN _______| (1815 - 1888) m 1842| |_Mary STANDARD ______+ (1770 - 1853) m 1796
 Still Living.
_Phillip GAY ________+ | (1711 - ....) m 1733 _Joel GAY ___________| | (1746 - 1821) m 1775| | |_Margaret HARDEN ____ | (1712 - ....) m 1733 | |--Hannah Polly GAY | (1796 - ....) | _Abraham TILLOTSON __+ | | (1726 - 1796) m 1752 |_Margery TILLOTSON __| (1763 - 1816) m 1775| |_Cybel BROOKER ______+ (1730 - 1767) m 1752
Date of Import: Oct 24, 2000
_Edward HOWELL ______+ | (1584 - ....) _Edmund HOWELL ______| | | | |_Eleanor ____________ | | |--Elizabeth HOWELL | | _Joseph JUDSON ______ | | |_Sarah JUDSON _______| | |_Sarah PORTER _______
Wilkes county, Ga. early records volune 1, #975.817N2d,pg. 290 Arthur Smith to Joel McClendon 100 acres on both sides of Fishing Creek, 23 Feb. 1788. Wit: John O'Neal, S. Kirk. Wilkes county, Ga. deed bks. A-VV, #975.8172R2fm,
pg. 120 23 and 3 Feb 1788 deeds by Arthur Smith to Joel McClendon, both of Wilkes county, two 100 grants. Wit;to first deed Starling Ginkins, John O'Neal, S. Kirk, witness to 2nd deed same parties. Proved by Stephen Kirk 25 Oct 1788. Same source pg. 122, see John Todd and Arthur Smith to Joel McClendon all of Wilkes, 23 acres adjoining bank FIshing Creek. Wit; S. Kirk, Benjamin McClendon; Proved by Stephen Kirk. Hancock county, Ga. tax lists, film 007131, Capt. Yarborough's distr. Joel McClendon. Hancock county, Ga. deed book A-b, pg. 132 Joel McClendon and Lucy his wife of Hancock sell to Thomas Wynne 187 l/1 acres in Hancock adjoining Joel McClendon and Stephen Kirk's lines.Hancock county, Ga. court deeds, film 222013, pgs.193/4 Stephen Kirk 20=1806 of Hancock county, Ga. sells to Robert Chambers tract of land on Fort Creek, granted Benjamin McCormack, then to John Benford, then Nathan Barnett, beginning at a water oak,wit: Collin Pope, Charles Womack, Thomas Panner. Client's cousin Stephen Kirk sent him data from tax rolls and land draws for Stephen showing him on tax roll 1804, Ga. land lottery 1805 Hancock county, then listed Jones Co. ref. Baldwin distr. 1808, 202 1/2 acres, Stephen Kirk. Hancock county, Ga. inferior court records, 222100, pg. 17 24 June 1795 Stephen Kirk on jury, pg. 20 Stephen Kirk, overseer of roads,, pg. 143 replaced as overseer of roads. No early census before 1820 to show if this Stephen had children by wife, Elizabeth McClendon. However, if this Stephen is same Stephen as the one who married Anna Womach/Womack, then he would have been considerably older than her approximate age in 1830 census after Anna's husband had died and his estate had been settled. IF this Stephen is not the same Stephen then we could have two in the area of Hancock early. I have definite deeds for the Stephen and Anna in two other counties, see mybibliography with that Stephen's family sheet.
_David B. Jr. PADDOCK _+ | (1747 - ....) _James PADDOCK ______| | | | |_Miriam BELDEN ________ | | |--Isaac PADDOCK | | _______________________ | | |_Rachel CLOSE _______| | |_______________________
_Zachariah II PADDOCK _+ | (1664 - 1718) m 1686 _Peter PADDOCK ______| | | | |_Bethia HALL __________+ | (1668 - 1709) m 1686 | |--Mary PADDOCK | | _______________________ | | |_Sarah HOWES ________| | |_______________________
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_Matheus VANDERLICK ______ | (.... - 1820) _Joannes VANDERLICK _| | (1799 - 1849) m 1827| | |_Maria Helena JANSENS ____ | (.... - 1825) | |--Joanna VANDERLICK | (1833 - ....) | _Josephus Nicolaus SCHOL _ | | |_Anna Maria SCHOL ___| (1804 - ....) m 1827| |_Joanna Maria SCHODTS ____
_Franklin Butler VANVALKENBURGH _+ | (1835 - ....) m 1860 _Frank Pratt VANVALKENBURGH _| | (1860 - ....) m 1885 | | |_Emeline Wells PRATT ____________ | (1841 - ....) m 1860 | |--Franklin VANVALKENBURGH | (1888 - 1941) | _________________________________ | | |_Jane Irvin SWOOPE __________| (1865 - ....) m 1885 | |_________________________________
Captain of the USS Arizona -
Department of The Navy- Naval Historical Center
Captain Franklin VanValkenburgh USN (1888 - 1941 )
Franklin Van Valkenburgh was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota 5 April,1888. Appointed a midshipman in 1905, he graduated from the U.S. NavalAcademy in June 1909. His initial service was in battleships, punctuatedby a tour with the Asiatic Squadron in 1911-1914. He receivedpostgraduate education in the field of steam engineering and wasEngineering Officer of the battleship Rode Island During WWI.VanValkenburgh was twice an instructor at the naval Academy during thelate Teens and Twenties, and also served on the battleships Minnesota andMaryland during that time. Following promotion to the rank of Commander,he was assigned to the Office of the Chief of Naval Operations, inWashington D.C., during 1928-1931.
In the early 1930s, Commander VanValkenburgh commanded the destroyerTalbot and Destroyer Squadron Five. He was a student at the Naval WarCollege and inspector of naval materiel at the New York Navy Yard beforeagain serving at sea as Commanding Officer of the destroyer tenderMelville in February 1941 became commanding officer of the battleshipArizona. He was killed in action when his ship exploded and sank duringthe 7th December 1941 Japanese Attack on Pearl Harbor. For hisConspicuous devotion to duty and extraordinary courage at that time, hewas posthumously awarded the Medal of Honor
The destroyer USS Van Valkenburgh (DD-656), 1944-1967, was named in honorof Captain VanValkenburgh