Note N700 Index
Herewith the birth registration from Helen Dunn:
Index reference - 1928 (Sept quarter) - page 165 - Belfast
Campbell Mellon son of John Allely, machine man & Margaret formerly Jamieson born 13th July 1928 in 135 Tennent Street - birth registered by father
Note N701 Index
Here is her birth registration courtesy of Helen Dunn:
Index reference 1931 (March qtr) page 156
Date of birth 20th December 1930
Note N702 Index
The info re him comes from Len Sturch.
Note N703 Index
Her father's will in 1742 has her married name as Anthoni and not Mason. I am not quite sure what to make of that.
Note N704 Index
Her date of death comes from the MI's for Sutton.
Note N705 Index
This guesstimate comes from Len Sturch. It seems a bit late to me.
Note N706 Index
He is described as an artist in his son's marriage license.
Note N707 Index
According to Helen Dunn, her death certificate reads: Sarah Ann Kennedy - age 18 - spinster - weaver - died 17th April 1869 in Derramore
cause of death brain fever ( probably meningitis) - registered by Nevin Kennedy. William Kennedy, in his letter of June 22, 1869, refers to being sorry to hear that brother Robert lost his daughter. That must be she.
Note N708 Index
From Minneapolis , Kansas Messinger
HORACE TRUE SMITH
Horace True Smith,the second child of James Elijah and Mary Elizabeth Smith(Pearson),was born in Beardstown,Ill., October 7,1872. He passed away Asbury hospital January 27,1960,at the age of 87 years,3 months and 21 days.
When a child of 5 years , He came with his parents in a covered wagon to Ottawa County and settled for a few months about three miles northwest of
Minneapolis.His father obtained a homestead about eight miles northeast of
Minneapolis and moved his family ther in 1878.Her Horace grew to manhood,
working on the farm and for his neighbors.
In 1892 he sought work in Coffeyville, Kansas,Where he lived for two years,being a member of theVolunteer Fire Department of that city and taking part in other civic activities.
He came back to Ottawa county in 1894 and on November 25,1897, married
Elizabeth Jane Haley.To this union seven children were born:Rupert,Ruth(Mrs Kenneth Ballou),Florence(Mrs. Sam Bergstein), Esther(Mrs. Virgil McKain), Lester,
Gertrude (Mrs. Archie McKain),Dorothy (Mrs. William Maelzer).
Mr. and Mrs. Smith lived southeast of Delphos, Kansas for four years,then they moved to near Culver,Kansas,for five years and the remainder of their marriage
in Ottawa county. Mrs Smith passed away on March 9,1934. Failing health caused Horace to leave the farm and for 10 years lived in Delphos,Kansas.
Besides his seven children ,he leaves 15 grandchildren,12 greatgrandchildren,
one brother,Perry of Salina,Kansas,one sister, Mrs Emma Trow of Minneapolis,
Kansas;several Nieces,nephews,cousins and many friends.
Services were held at the Delphos Methodist Church January 30,1960,at 2:00 p.m.
with the reverend Fred Houston officiating.Mrs Fred Houston sang "In the Garden"
and "Beyond the Sunset",accompanied by Alva Adams.Pallbearers were Ivan Smith,Alvin Ballou,Wayne Smith,Laverne Ballou,Duane McKain,Jack McKain and
Tom Mckain. Internment was in Highland Cemetery at Minneapolis,Kansas.
The Haley Mortuary was in charge of services.
Note N709 Index
Don Smith sent me a copy of her obituary. I took most of the fact re her and her children from that.
Note N710 Index
The Abraham article says she was living in California in 1902.