Elizabeth Arney Clore [Withey] Born 1905 Died 1988, Grand Rapids, Kent, Michigan, She is resting at Oakhill Cemetery inside the Withey Mausoleum- 647 Hall Street S.E., Grand Rapids. This photo was taken when she was 12 or 13 years old at home -654 Cherry Street Winnetka Illinois.
June 11th 1927. Wedding day for Elizabeth Arney Clore and Lewis Hinsdill Withey II.
Above- Wallace Bondurant Clore, born 2 August 1874 in Groshen, Oldham, Kentucky. Died in Ionia Michigan 21 Dec 1968. Buried in Weslaco, , Texas, Highland Park Memorial Cemetery. Above Right- Wallace's Wife Margaret Edith Ward [Clore] Born- 8 Dec 1875, San Rafael, , California. Died- 16 Oct 1967, Weslaco, Hidalgo, Texas. Buried- 18 Oct 1967, Highland Park Memorial Cemetery, Weslaco, Hidalgo, Texas. This photo was taken June 11th 1927, their Daughter, Elizabeth A. Clore and Lewis Hinsdill Withey’s wedding day.
Wife of Wallace Bondurant Clore and Mother of Elizabeth Arney Clore
Lucinda Coleman Bondurant born 1852. Daughter of James C. Bondurant and Catherine P. Taliaffero. Wife of William Theodrick Clore. Mother of Wallace Bondurant Clore.
1848-1883. Husband of Lucinda Coleman Bondurant. Father of Wallace Bondurant Clore.
Born 1829. Husband of Catherine P. Taliaffero. Father of Lucinda Coleman Bondurant.
Left- Margaret Edith Ward. Center Baby Wallace. Right- Emma Harrison Taylor, Ward who was Margaret’s Mother.
Rev. George Henry Ward.
Ann Banta. Wife of George Henry Ward. 12 children came from this marriege
James Henry Ward Husband of Ann Banta
Ann Miller and Husband William G. ward
Ann Stuart Taylor, Miller
Daniel Trowbridge Taylor born 19 Jul 1830 in Pennsylvania, Died 18 May 1916 San Francisco. Cousin Walter Miller, Right- Daniel Taylor's Daughter Emily. Info from photo- Daniel left Baltimore 1849 and sailed around Cape horn to San Francisco. He lived through the San Francisco earthquake and fires. 1905. Last of the 49??
General Israel Putnam
Across from the Brooklyn Historical Society at 25 Canterbury Road (Rte 169). The Brooklyn Historical Society has two exhibits dedicated to General Israel Putnam. One exhibit is the story of his life; the other exhibit is the story of the monument's creation.
Statue of Israel Putnam, Bushnell Park, Hartford, CT
Putnam County was formed on April 1, 1820, and was named for General Israel Putnam. Putnam County consists of 480 square miles and is divided into 15 townships, with 15 villages. The population in 2010 (last census) was 34,499.
Major William Hawthorne - Our direct ancestor via his daughter Elizabeth. Elizabeth married Israel Porter. Their daughter Elizabeth Porter married Capt. Joseph Putnam. Their son was Israel Putnam. This is the Putnam and Porter connection that I figured out by doing my own research. The Putnam and Porter families of Salem were wealthy land owners and they had feuds lasting many years. These are the same families that were involved in the Witch Trials. Also, given that we are descended from William Hawthorne III, this means we share common ancestors with Nathaniel Hawthorne. It's a small World .
Major William Hathorne (Hawthorne's paternal great-great-great grandfather; c. 1606-1681)
Major William Hathorne arrived in the New World in 1630 on the Arbella. After living in Dorchester, MA, he moved around 1636 to Salem. He became a deputy to the General Court of Massachusetts and gained the rank of major in campaigns against the Indians. He was, as Hawthorne later characterized him, "a bitter persecutor" of Quakers. In particular, he is remembered for ordering the whipping of Ann Coleman. Both in "Main Street" and in "The Custom House" sketch, Hawthorne refers to this ancestor as a persecutor of Quakers, and he is referred to indirectly in "Young Goodman Brown."
Justice John Hathorne (son of Major William Hathorne and Hawthorne's paternal great-great-grandfather; 1641-1717)
John Hathorne was the third son and fifth child born to Major William and Anna Hathorne. He became a prosperous merchant in Salem and a judge on the Superior Court. He was also commander-in-chief against the Indians in 1696. He is best known, however, as the "witch judge" as he was a magistrate of the Court of Oyer and Terminer and the chief interrogator of the accused witches in the Salem witchcraft hysteria of 1692. John Hathorne is enterred at the Charter Street Burying Point in Salem.
Captain William Hathorne (brother of Justice John Hathorne; 1645-1678/79)
Captain Willliam Hathorne fought in King Philip's War in 1675.
Joseph Hathorne (son of Justice John Hathorne; 1692-1762)
Joseph Hathorne prospered, first as a ship captain and then as a farmer. He married Sarah Bowditch, daughter of William Bowditch and Mary Gardner, who was the first cousin of Ruth Gardner Hathorne.
The above link- My connection to President James Madison Jr. and President Zachary Taylor III via my 8th great grandfather James Taylor II and his wife Martha Thompson.
Zachary Taylor III was the 12th President of the United States, serving from March 1849 until his death in July 1850. Before his presidency, Taylor was a career officer in the United States Army, rising to the rank of major general. Source Wikipedia
Born on March 16, 1751, in Port Conway, Virginia, James Madison wrote the first drafts of the U.S. Constitution, co-wrote the Federalist Papers and sponsored the Bill of Rights. He established the Democrat-Republican Party with President Thomas Jefferson, and became president himself in 1808. Madison initiated the War of 1812, and served two terms in the White House with first lady Dolley Madison. He died on June 28, 1836, at the Montpelier estate in Orange County, Virginia. Source biography.com