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Mary Catherine Farmer - Poplarville Cemetery, Pulaski Co., KY
Mary Catherine Farmer - Poplarville Cemetery, Pulaski Co., KY
Status: Located;  
 
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Mary E. Sears - Poplarville Cemetery, Pulaski Co., KY
Mary E. Sears - Poplarville Cemetery, Pulaski Co., KY
Status: Located;  
 
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Mary E. Sears and her mother Cordelia Farmer Sears, taken about 1918 across the creek from their house in Sugartree Hollow, Pulaski Co., KY.  They are standing in front of their barn.
Mary E. Sears and her mother Cordelia Farmer Sears, taken about 1918 across the creek from their house in Sugartree Hollow, Pulaski Co., KY. They are standing in front of their barn.
 
 
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Mary Polly Current 1787-1852
Mary Polly Current 1787-1852
Status: Located;  
 
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Mary VanHook Purcell 1722-1771
Mary VanHook Purcell 1722-1771
Status: Located; Potts Cemetery, Hillsboro, Loudon Co., VA Original Stone says across top "Aged 48 years .." (rest illegible), across middle "Mary Pursel 1722 / 1771". Newer stone reads "Mary Van Hook Wife of Thomas Pursell Sr. 1723 - 1771".  
 
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Max Abel Headstone
Beth David Cemetery, Elmont, Nassau Co., NY
Max Abel Headstone Beth David Cemetery, Elmont, Nassau Co., NY
Status: Located; Max Abel
Beth David Cemetery, Elmont, Nassau Co., NY - Section E, Block 6
Hebrew Inscription:
PN (po nikbar - "here lies")
"Mordechai ben Chaim" (Mordechai son of Chaim)
NFTR (niftar - "died") 25 Tevet 5704 (Jan 20, 1944)
English Inscription:
"MAX ABEL, DIED JAN. 20, 1944, AGE 55 YEARS, BELOVED HUSBAND DEVOTED FATHER" 
 
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Merka Gorlin
Merka Gorlin
 
 
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Minnie (Farmer) Massey - Poplarville Cemetery, Pulaski Co., KY
Minnie (Farmer) Massey - Poplarville Cemetery, Pulaski Co., KY
Status: Located;  
 
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Murral Barnes - Poplarville Cemetery, Pulaski Co., KY
Murral Barnes - Poplarville Cemetery, Pulaski Co., KY
Status: Located;  
 
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Nancy (Baker) Sears - Poplarville Cemetery, Pulaski Co., KY
Nancy (Baker) Sears - Poplarville Cemetery, Pulaski Co., KY
Status: Located;  
 
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Nancy Jane (Sears) Farmer - Poplarville Cemetery, Pulaski Co., KY
Nancy Jane (Sears) Farmer - Poplarville Cemetery, Pulaski Co., KY
Status: Located;  
 
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Nancy Jane Scales (VanHook) and great-grandsons (Floyd and Logan West)
Nancy Jane Scales (VanHook) and great-grandsons (Floyd and Logan West)
 
 
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Nolen Farmer 1911-2006
Nolen Farmer 1911-2006
 
 
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Norman and Mary J. Farmer - Poplarville Cemetery, Pulaski Co., KY
Norman and Mary J. Farmer - Poplarville Cemetery, Pulaski Co., KY
Status: Located;  
 
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Norman William VanHook (1896-1968) with Floyd Towne band
Norman William VanHook (1896-1968) with Floyd Towne band
From "Hot Man: The Life of Art Hodes" (Memoir by the internationally renowned jazz pianist Art Hodes, born in Russia in 1904 - full text with pictures can be found on Google Books) - The Floyd Towne Band at Harry's New York Bar, Chicago, IL, 1935. Standing, left to right, Floyd Towne, tenor; Jim Barnes, drums; Norman VanHook, bass; Johnny Lane, clarinet, Art Hodes, piano. Seated, Dick Donahue, trumpet; Bill Dohler, alto. 
 
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Norman William VanHook (1896-1968) with Merritt Brunies band
Norman William VanHook (1896-1968) with Merritt Brunies band
Merritt Brunies and his Friars Inn Orchestra Left to Right: Gordon Pouliot, Bill Paley, Henry Brunies, Maurie Friedman, Merritt Brunies, Bill Creger, Norman Van Hook, Clarence Piper, Rip Logan. 
 
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Old Tennent Church, Manalapan, NJ
Old Tennent Church, Manalapan, NJ
This structure was completed in 1751. Frederick Deboogh (1686-1757) and his family were members here, and he is buried in the graveyard at this church. 
 
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Orville Conway and Lurlene (Sears) Mounce - Poplarville Cemetery, Pulaski Co., KY
Orville Conway and Lurlene (Sears) Mounce - Poplarville Cemetery, Pulaski Co., KY
Status: Located;  
 
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Orville Farmer - Poplarville Cemetery, Pulaski Co., KY
Orville Farmer - Poplarville Cemetery, Pulaski Co., KY
Status: Located;  
 
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Oscar and Esther VanHook
Oscar and Esther VanHook
This picture of Oscar Ralston VanHook (1882-1943) and Esther Sonora (Price) VanHook (1891-1972) was taken around the end of 1910 or early 1911. Their son and daughter (Louis Clinton VanHook and Viola Sue VanHook) are in their laps. Viola was born 15 Dec 1910. 
 
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Oscar and Esther VanHook family
Oscar and Esther VanHook family
This photo is Oscar and Esther VanHook family and frieds, taken about 1939 in Lincoln County, KY. Oscar and Esther are standing in the top right (Esther is holding the baby). Joseph Caroll (J.C.) VanHook is to the left of Esther. 
 
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Oscar Ralston VanHook
Oscar Ralston VanHook
This picture of Oscar Ralston VanHook (1882-1943) was taken about 1907. 
 
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Oscar Ralston VanHook & Esther Sonora Price (taken 1909 shortly after their marriage)
Oscar Ralston VanHook & Esther Sonora Price (taken 1909 shortly after their marriage)
 
 
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Oscar Ralston VanHook & Esther Sonora Price (taken in the 1930's)
Oscar Ralston VanHook & Esther Sonora Price (taken in the 1930's)
 
 
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Oscar Ralston VanHook (taken in 1930's)
Oscar Ralston VanHook (taken in 1930's)
 
 
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Oscar VanHook and friends
Oscar VanHook and friends
This picture was taken about 1900. The person in the top left is Oscar Ralston VanHook and the other 3 are his friends (one may be a brother). This photo was taken for them to give to their "sweethearts" at the time - there is some writing on the back but it is indecipherable. 
 
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Perry and Harriet Farmer - Poplarville Cemetery, Pulaski Co., KY
Perry and Harriet Farmer - Poplarville Cemetery, Pulaski Co., KY
Status: Located;  
 
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Pete and Nannie Jones - Poplarville Cemetery, Pulaski Co., KY
Pete and Nannie Jones - Poplarville Cemetery, Pulaski Co., KY
Status: Located;  
 
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Raymond Strunk - Poplarville Cemetery, Pulaski Co., KY
Raymond Strunk - Poplarville Cemetery, Pulaski Co., KY
Status: Located;  
 
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Rev. James G. Farmer - Poplarville Cemetery, Pulaski Co., KY
Rev. James G. Farmer - Poplarville Cemetery, Pulaski Co., KY
Status: Located;  
 
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Robert H. Sears - Poplarville Cemetery, Pulaski Co., KY
Robert H. Sears - Poplarville Cemetery, Pulaski Co., KY
Status: Located;  
 
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Samuel Monroe VanHook
Samuel Monroe VanHook
This picture of Samuel Monroe VanHook (1859-1926) was taken shortly before he died (probably about 1925). 
 
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Samuel Monroe VanHook and Sons
Samuel Monroe VanHook and Sons
This picture was taken about 1915. Left to right are: (3 brothers) James Franklin (or Fleming) VanHook, Oscar Ralston VanHook and Joseph Franklin VanHook; their father, Samuel Monroe VanHook and one of Samuel's brothers. 
 
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Samuel Monroe VanHook sons and their wives
Samuel Monroe VanHook sons and their wives
These are the 3 living sons of Samuel Monroe VanHook and their wives about 1915 (his 4th son - John S. VanHook, died in 1905). Left to right are: James Franklin (or Fleming) VanHook and his wife Lula Ann Sutton, Oscar Ralston VanHook and his wife Esther Sonora Price, and Joseph Franklin VanHook and his wife Cynthia Brown. 
 
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Samuel Thomas Lee
Samuel Thomas Lee
Status: Not yet located;  
 
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Samuel VanHook (1733-1809?) of North Carolina
Samuel VanHook (1733-1809?) of North Carolina
Research and biographical narrative of Samuel VanHook (1733-1809?), assumed son of Henry VanHook and Deborah Parent. 
 
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Samuel VanHook (1748?-1813?) of Southwest Virginia
Samuel VanHook (1748?-1813?) of Southwest Virginia
Research and biographical narrative of Samuel VanHook of Southwest Virginia (1748?-1813?, assumed to be son of Aaron VanHook and Catherine Balck. 
 
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Samuel VanHook - petition for the formation of Harrodsburg, KY
Samuel VanHook - petition for the formation of Harrodsburg, KY
28 Sep 1785 - Petitions of the Early Inhabitants of Kentucky (to the General Assembly of Virginia 1769 to 1792), Petition No. 26 Samuel VanHook signed a petition of the inhabitants of Lincoln County requesting a town for the county. This was the request for the formation of the town of Harrodsburg. (This petition is also signed by Samuel Dennis, who owned land next to Samuel's original preemption, and Samuel Dennis Junior, among others. There is a reproduction of this particular petition in the Filson Club publication covering these petitions.)  
 
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Samuel VanHook Jr. Preemption Certificate - 17 Jan 1780, for 400 acres in Kentucky (assigned immediately to Jacob Myers)
Samuel VanHook Jr. Preemption Certificate - 17 Jan 1780, for 400 acres in Kentucky (assigned immediately to Jacob Myers)
Kentucky County Va

We do hereby Certify that Samuel Vanhook junr is entitled to the preemption of Four hundred acres of land at the State price in the District of Kentucky On Account of making an Actual Settlement in the Month of March 1779 lying about one & a half Miles North East of the Buffalo Road leading from Riddles Station to the lower blue licks & about five Miles from the said Station. Given under our hands at Bryants Station on Elkhorn Creek this 17th day of January 1780.

(signed) William Fleming, Stephen Trigg, Edmond Lynes

Test John Williams

(on back)

The Warrant for this Certificate to be entered with the County Survey on or before the 26th of June 1780.

For Value Received I do hereby assign over all my Rights and Title to the within mentioned Land to Jacob Myers.

John Martin for Samuel VanHook Jr.
Teste: Azariah Davies
 
 
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Samuel VanHook Lee (1800-1880)
Samuel VanHook Lee (1800-1880)
 
 
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Samuel VanHook Preemption Certificate - 17 Jan 1780, for 400 acres in Kentucky (assigned immediately to Jacob Myers)
Samuel VanHook Preemption Certificate - 17 Jan 1780, for 400 acres in Kentucky (assigned immediately to Jacob Myers)
Kentucky County Va

We do hereby Certify that Samuel Vanhook is entitled to the preemption of Four hundred acres of land at the State price in the District of Kentucky On Account of making an Actual Settlement in the Month of March 1779 lying on the South fork of licking Creek adjoining Samuel Dennis' land below Given under our hands at Bryants Station on Elkhorn Creek this 17th day of January 1780.

(signed) William Fleming, Stephen Trigg, Edmond Lynes

Test John Williams, Clk CC

(on back)

The Warrant for this Certificate to be entered with the County Survey on or before the 26th of June 1780.

For Value Received I do hereby assign over all my Rights and Title to the within mentioned Land to Jacob Myers.

John Martin for Samuel VanHook
Teste: Azariah Davies 
 
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Sarah Clementine Greer-Isaacs 1853-1882
Sarah Clementine Greer-Isaacs 1853-1882
 
 
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Sarah Jane (Farmer) Pointer - Poplarville Cemetery, Pulaski Co., KY
Sarah Jane (Farmer) Pointer - Poplarville Cemetery, Pulaski Co., KY
Status: Located;  
 
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Scott Family Bible Record
Scott Family Bible Record
 
 
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Ship Manifest - Phoenicia
Left Hamburg 2 Mar 1902
Arrived New York 17 Mar 1902
Ship Manifest - Phoenicia Left Hamburg 2 Mar 1902 Arrived New York 17 Mar 1902
 
 
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Ship Manifest - Vaderland
Left Antwerp 2 Aug 1902
Arrived New York 11 Aug 1902
Ship Manifest - Vaderland Left Antwerp 2 Aug 1902 Arrived New York 11 Aug 1902
 
 
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Stella Farmer Butler - Poplarville Cemetery, Pulaski Co., KY
Stella Farmer Butler - Poplarville Cemetery, Pulaski Co., KY
Status: Located;  
 
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Stephen Hampton - Poplarville Cemetery, Pulaski Co., KY
Stephen Hampton - Poplarville Cemetery, Pulaski Co., KY
Status: Located;  
 
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Store operated by Samuel VanHook at VanHook, Pulaski Co, KY.
Store operated by Samuel VanHook at VanHook, Pulaski Co, KY.
 
 
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Summon for Azor Rees to answer charges by Samuel VanHook and Margaret his wife
Summon for Azor Rees to answer charges by Samuel VanHook and Margaret his wife
[Front of document] Vanhook & Azor Rees Capias Feb. 1790

[Summons document - shown below] The Commonwealth of Virginia to the Sheriff of Bourbon county Greeting You are hereby commanded to take Azor Rees if he be found within your Baliwick and him safely keep so that you have his body before the Justices of our said county court at the Courthouse thereof On the thrd Tuesday in February next to answer Saml Vanhook & Margaret his Wife of a plea of Trespass Assault and Battery Damages Two hundred pounds.

And have then there this writ witness John Edwards Clerk of our Said Court at the Courthouse this 15 day of Dec 1789 And in the 11th Year of the Commonwealth.

Jno Edwards

[inside page] Vanhook vs Rees

[cover] Mary Talor John Pickens William Williams Executed A. Mountjoy A copy left for John Pickens & William Williams Vanhook Mary Talor is no inhabitant of this county vs A. Mountjoy Rees to Augt 1790

The Commonwealth of Virginia To the Sheriff of Bourbon County Greeting you are hereby commanded to summon Mary Taylor John Pickens William Williams To appear before the Justice of our Said county on day of [ ] next Feby Court instant to testify and the Truth to say in behalf of Sam'l Vanhook Sen & Margaret his wife in a certain matter of controversy in our said court depending and unditermoned Between Sam'l Vanhook Sen & Margaret Wife & Azor Rees And this they shall in no wise omit under the penalty of 100 pounds and have then there this writ witness John Edwards Clerk of our said Court at the Courthouse the 8th day of Feby 1790 In this the 14th year of the Commonwealth John Edwards

The Commonwealth of Virginia to the Sheriff of bourbon County Greeting You are hereby commanded to summon Mary Taylor and John Perkins & William Williams to appear before the Justice of our said county at the courthouse thereof on the 2nd day of their next August Court to Testify and the truth to say in behalf of Sam'l Vanhook and wife in a certain matter of controversy in our said court depending and undetermined Between said Vanhook & Wife Plffs and Azor Rees defendant - this they shall in no wise omit under the penalty of 100 pounds and have then there this writ witness John Edwards Clerk of said Court at the courthouse the 7 day of June 1790 In the xiv Year of the Commonwealth John Edwards 
 

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