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SQ p. 3633:

"...He was a farmer and cattle buyer. He was also a member of the Humphreys County Court....He (and his wife Alice) were buried in the Turner Cemetery."


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SQ 3194: They lived at Fork Ridge, Virginia.


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SQ pg 3909: They had at least one child, Monnie Cordial.


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SQ pg 2634: She was married to Robert Lee Wells on April 29, 1929 . After rearing their two daughters and being out of high school for 29 years, she entered Ball State University where she earned two degrees. She was a teacher and school librarian for 16 years, retiring in 1978. She and her husband live in Anderson, Indiana.

She and her husband had two children: Kathryn Anne Wells, born April 3, 1932 (she married Edwin L. Etchison and they had three children); and Sarah Lee Wells, born August 15, 1941 (she married Claude Sidney Hancock and they have three children).


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SQ pg 2634:

"He served in World War II, was captured in the Battle of the Belgium Bulge, and was a prisoner of war in Germany until the end of the war in Europe. He was awarded the Purple Heart. He was married to Mary Catherine Kaser on July 1, 1935. Following World War II, they adopted a boy named Karl."


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SQ pg 2634:

"She was married to Robert Kallner on March 18, 1939 . She is an Anderson, Indiana, school teacher. They have two daught ers, Beverly Kay and Linda."


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SQ pg 2634:

"Noel Durward Cory was born December 9, 1907, and died December 2, 1971. He was married to Ruthanna McConnell on December 14, 1929. Durward (as he was known) was graduated from Wabash College and later received his doctorate in education from Indiana University. He was superintendent of schools in Rochester, Minnesota, as well as Muncie, Indiana. They had two children: Donald Eugene, born 1935, died 1979, and Ralph, born 1943.

"He was married to Ruthanna McConnell on December 14 , 1929. Durward (as he was known) was graduated from Wabash College and later received his doctorate in education from Indiana University. He was superintendent of schools in Rochester, Minnesota, as well as Muncie, Indiana. They had two children: Donald Eugene, born 193 5, died 1979, and Ralph, born 1943."


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SQ pg 2534: She was married to Kenneth Moore on October 20, 1934 ; he is now deceased. They had two children: Julia Frances, born 19 36, and Thomas Eugene, born January 1943.


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SQ p. 3078: "Polk Costley (he was called Dallas) was born ca. 1844. He died before his uncle's estate was settled in 1880 and in the papers settling the estate, his infant children were identified as "Clara Costly who resides at Ellenboro, Wis., with John Cannon, Samuel Costly who resides at Woodman, Wis. with John McLemans, William Jo Costly who resides at Nora Springs, Floyd County, Iowa with R. Rowley, Mildred M. Costly and Sarah J. Costly who reside at Meroa, Mitchell County, Iowa, with Michael Brackes."


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See the SPARKS QUARTERLY, p. 3644.


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For included facts, see the article on THE COTTON FAMILY, BRITISH ROOTS OF MARYLAND FAMILIES, Robert W. Barnes, Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, 1999; p. 138:

"Refs: A: "THREE RECTORS OF HUNGAR'S PARISH AND THEIR WIVES," by Mrs. P. W. Hiden, also ADDENDA in the GENEALOGIES OF VIRGINIA FAMILIES FROM THE WILLIAM AND MARY COLLEGE QUARTERLY, 5 vols. Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, 1982, Vol II, pp. 763-770, 771-773:

1. ANDREW COTTON of Bunbury, Cheshire, m. Joane (N), and was the father of (A): Rev. William.
2. Rev. WILLIAM COTTON, son of andrew and Joane, d. 1642 in Accomac County, VA., having m. Anne, dau. of Capt. Thomas and Katherine Graves. Their dau, was (A) Verlinda.
3. VERLINDA COTTON, dau. of Rev. William and Ann (Graves), m. Thomas Burdett, and was the mother of (A): PARTHENIA, d. unm.;
(B): ELIZABETH, m. 1st, John Hamilton, and 2nd, Richard Chandler;
(C): SARAH, m. Col. Gerard Fowke;
(D): FRANCES."