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... Mrs. Louise Burkhardt Brigham ..., from Orange, N.J., will arrive in this city tomorrow noon accompanied by her husband Charles Brigham and daughter Virginia, and a brother Jack Brigham, of Chicago, Ill., who went to the New Jersey home yesterday.
Upon its arrival here the funeral party will proceed directly to the Grove Hill cemetery, where private commitment services will be conducted by the Rev. H.C. Weaver, pastor of Trinity M.E. church.
Mrs. Noah T. Clark, an aunt, of Pittsburgh, a former resident of West Third street, this city, arrived today, to attend the funeral. Mrs. John F. Davis of State street, and Mrs. O.M. Sherman, of West Fifth street, are sister-in-law of the deceased.
Harry Brigham, a half brother, former resident here, now residing in Buffalo, N.Y., accompanied by his wife, will arrive in the city this evening. Another brother, Richard Brigham, is a resident of Los Angeles, California, and unable to return in time for the funeral. A sister of Mrs. John F. Davis, Mrs. Charles E. Blair, former resident here, now of Detroit, Mich., is on a six-weeks tour in the west.
The marriage of Miss Burkhardt to Charles Brigham took place in Pittsburgh ten years ago. For a number of years, they lived in California, being transferred to East Orange, N.J., by the Debevoise Company three months ago.

(Assumed to be from "Oil City Blizzard) - no date. 
Burkardt, Eleanor Louise (I3528)
 
2 Charles Hedges (b.c. 1673; d.c. 12 Oct. 1743- Chester Co., Pa) who m. Elizabeth Stille (d. < 12 Oct. 1743 -Chester Co. Pa) daughter of Anders Stille and Annetje Pieters. (Olof Persson Stille and his Family by Dr. Peter Stebbins Craig (PeterCraig@ColonialSwedes.org) originally published in Swedish Colonial News, Volume 1, Number 16 (Fall 1997).

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Stille, Elizabeth (I5204)
 
3 Frederick County, Maryland, Wills, Box 9, Folder 8 - Will of William Hedges. Written 19 Apr 1777. Probated 6 May 1777. To wife Elizabeth, the plantation whereon I now live, being one moiety or half part of a tract of land called Hedge Hog containing 129 acres. Sons Andrews, John, William & Levi.

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Hedges, William (I1585)
 
4 US Army. Technical Sergeant.  Merryman, Elmer Ellsworth (I4906)
 
5 "Bread and Cheese Island. This island, located at the junction of Christiana River with White Clay Creek, was the farthest settlement from the Delaware. Hwre patents had been granted to Thomas Jacobsson, Olof Palsson and Thomas Snelling, 3 August 1668 and 1 October 1669."

page 42.
1671 Census of the Delaware
Peter Stebbins Craig
Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1999.
Monograph Series No.4.



 
Hedges, Charles (I5203)
 
6 "J. V. McClure passed from this life December 17, aged 67 years. Burial at East Fork Cemetery."
THE PUBLIC LEDGER (Maysville, Mason, Kentucky, USA) on December 28, 1916, page 4. 
McClure, John V. (I3346)
 
7 "MACTLENA" (legibility not clear) Departed this life Friday, Dec 2, 1861 Rhinehart, Martleha (I3674)
 
8 "Olle Thomasson (Bread and Cheese Island, Christiana hundred, 120). Olle Thomasson inherited his father's land and divided the same with the other current owners, Abraham Man and Arent Johnson, on 11 Jan, 1682/3. After the division, he was taxed on 200 acres. To this he added 200 acres more on 15 Jun 1689, purchased from John Cann, of which 100 acres were sold to Bengt Palsson in 1697. On 24 Jun 1699, he and his wife were assigned pews in the new Holy Trinity Church, but he died shorty thereafter. In 1701, his widow Eleanor Thomison was listed as owner of his property. The 1693 census show nine person in their household. Probably included in this number were Charles Hedges and his younger brother Joseph Hedges, as well as Olle's own children, of whom only Olle and Paul Thomasson and a daughter Margaret have been identified."

pages 103-104.
The 1693 census of the Swedes on the Delaware.
Peter Stebbins Craig.
Studies in Swedish American Geneaology 3.
SAG Publications, Winter Park, Florida, 1993.

 
Hedges, Charles (I5203)
 
9 "Thy Kingdom Come, Thy Will Be Done"

Shares stone with Loyd.

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She was the daughter of Wallace and Lottie (Bailey) Wright and the mother of Lauralynn Sue Davidson. 
Wright, Gloria Jean (I4330)
 
10 (twin to Margaret) Hedges, Martha Ellen (I3803)
 
11 (twin to Martha) Hedges, Margaret Helen (I3802)
 
12 10th Cavalry. Company A. Corporal. Hedges, Thomas Edgar (I504)
 
13 10th Cavalry. Company H. Farrier. Hedges, Marcus Newton (I496)
 
14 10th Indiana Cavalry. Company A. Hedges, James Alva (I11)
 
15 10th Kentucky Cavalry. Company H. Hawkins, William Morton (I438)
 
16 10th Kentucky Volunteer Cavalry. Company L. Saddler. Hedges, Levi Marion (I7)
 
17 10th Regiment. Kentucky Cavalry. Company C. Private. Keal, John A. (I3056)
 
18 11 children Hyatt, Floyd Thurston (I732)
 
19 11 children Gilkison, Albert Edison (I609)
 
20 12 children Razor, Lacy Henry (I541)
 
21 120th Indiana Volunteers, Company A. Miller, John (I2036)
 
22 125th Illinois Infantry. Company I. Hannah, Thomas (I1856)
 
23 12th Indiana Infantry. Company E. Private. Greeson, Jacob (I1974)
 
24 169th Field Artillery. Y Battalion. 43rd Infantry Division. PFC. Cassity, Alve Wayne (I1773)
 
25 16th Infantry Regiment. AT Company. Private. Blacklidge, Lewis Woodruff (I3794)
 
26 1800 tax list. Montgomery County, Kentucky. Levi Hedges.

Census 1820. Fleming County, Kentucky. In 1820, the age brackets indicate that Levi's household included 11 people: Levi (age 45); Rosannah (age 40); William (age 22); Monroe (age 17; Addison (age 13); Jesse (age 10); Levi (age 6; David (age 3; Jonathan (age 1); Mary Ana (age 20); [possibly Elizabeth age 16]; and Sarah (age 8).

Census 1830. Fleming County, Kentucky. In 1830, the age brackets indicate that Levi's household included 8 people: Levi (age 55); Rosannah (age 50); Monroe (age 27); Addison (age 23); Jesse (age 20); [possibly Levi age 16]; David (age 13); Jonathan (age 11); [possibly James age 10]; Sarah (age 18), and Louvina (age 7).

Census 1840. Fleming County, Kentucky. In 1840, the age brackets indicate that Levi's household included 5 people: Levi (age 65); Rosannah (age 60), Sarah (age 28); Louvina (age 17), and a female aged 5 to 9.

 
Hedges, Levi (I340)
 
27 1810 census
Name: Peter Cassidy
Flemingsburg, Fleming, Kentucky
Free White Persons - Males - Under 10: 3
Free White Persons - Males - 10 thru 15: 2
Free White Persons - Males - 26 thru 44: 1
Free White Persons - Females - Under 10: 2
Free White Persons - Females - 26 thru 44: 1
Number of Household Members Under 16: 7
Number of Household Members Over 25: 2
Number of Household Members: 9

 
Cassity, Peter Thompson (I21)
 
28 1810 census
Name: William Ribelin
Montgomery, Kentucky
Free White Persons - Males - 10 thru 15: 1
Free White Persons - Males - 16 thru 25: 2
Free White Persons - Males - 45 and over: 1
Free White Persons - Females - Under 10: 1
Free White Persons - Females - 10 thru 15: 1
Free White Persons - Females - 45 and over: 1
Number of Household Members Under 16: 3
Number of Household Members Over 25: 2
Number of Household Members: 7

 
Ribelin, William (I406)
 
29 1820 census
Name: Peter Cassidy
Home in 1820 (City, County, State): Fleming, Kentucky
Enumeration Date: August 7, 1820
Free White Persons - Males - Under 10: 1
Free White Persons - Males - 10 thru 15: 2
Free White Persons - Males - 16 thru 18: 1
Free White Persons - Males - 16 thru 25: 3
Free White Persons - Males - 45 and over: 1
Free White Persons - Females - Under 10: 1
Free White Persons - Females - 10 thru 15: 1
Free White Persons - Females - 45 and over: 1
Number of Persons - Engaged in Agriculture: 6
Free White Persons - Under 16: 5
Free White Persons - Over 25: 2
Total Free White Persons: 10

 
Cassity, Peter Thompson (I21)
 
30 1820 census
Name: William Ribland
Home in 1820 (City, County, State): Montgomery, Kentucky
Enumeration Date: August 7, 1820
Free White Persons - Males - Under 10: 1
Free White Persons - Males - 16 thru 25: 1
Free White Persons - Males - 45 and over: 1
Free White Persons - Females - 45 and over: 1
Number of Persons - Engaged in Agriculture: 2
Free White Persons - Under 16: 1
Free White Persons - Over 25: 2
Total Free White Persons: 4 
Ribelin, William (I406)
 
31 1830 census
Name: Peter Cassity
Home in 1830 (City, County, State): Eastern Division, Fleming, Kentucky
Free White Persons - Males - 15 thru 19: 1
Free White Persons - Males - 20 thru 29: 1
Free White Persons - Males - 50 thru 59: 1
Free White Persons - Females - 15 thru 19: 1
Free White Persons - Females - 50 thru 59: 1
Free White Persons - Under 20: 2
Free White Persons - 20 thru 49: 1
Total Free White Persons: 5

 
Cassity, Peter Thompson (I21)
 
32 1870 US census. Melissa (Hedges) Demeree and daughter are in the household of her parents William and Malinda Hedges Family F13
 
33 1875 Kansas state census. Rock Creek, Nemaha County, Kansas.
Grisella Cassity and her two sons, George and Ed, are in the household of her parents, Lawrence & Malinda Wheeler.

1880 Census. Moline, Elk County, Kansas. Grisella Cassity and her two sons, George and Ed, are in the household of her father widower, Lawrence Wheeler. Grisella is listed as a widow.

1900 census. Lawrence, Douglas County, Kansas. In 1900 city directory, Griselle is listed as the widow of Martin P.M. Cassity. 
Wheeler, Griselle (I443)
 
34 1882 History of Linn County, Missouri - BIOGRAPHY. Benton Township, page 766.
James D. Jenkins is a native of Ohio, and was born in Marion county, August 25, 1829. He is the son of David and Magdalena (nee Reinhart) Jenkins, the former of whom was a native of Pennsylvania, and the latter, of Ohio. His father had been a merchant in Ohio and continued there till James was about nine years old, when he moved to Missouri, and, after a temporary sojourn in Howard county, moved to Linn county and settled in what is now Benton township. This was in 1838, and the family became a fixture in this county. James lived with his parents till he was twenty-four years of age, and then on the first of September, 1853, he married Sarah T. Cassity. They have had five children, three of whom, two sons and one daughter, are deceased. Mr. Jenkins lived in the suburbs of Browning from 1856 till 1865, when he moved to the northwest part of section twenty-nine, township sixty, range twenty, in sight of the place his father had settled years before. Mr. Jenkins and wife are members of the Christian Church, but he does not belong to any secret order. His mother died December 3, 1864, and his father, March 13, 1871. He has a well improved farm with good residence and new barn, and other improvements to correspond. 
Jenkins, James Douglas (I125)
 
35 1882 History of Linn County, Missouri.
Lotus Creek Township, page 881.
Joseph B. Thorne was born in Kentucky, October 30, 1846. When he was four years of age he came with his parents to Linn County. He has always lived on a farm and now owns a splendid farm of three hundred and eighty acres. He was married in Linn County, Missouri, November 13, 1873, to Miss Lucy B. Sutherland, a native of Missouri. They have a family of three children: Mary, born September 13, 1874; Joseph T., born August 22, 1977; William W. born March 6, 1860. 
Thorne, Joseph Benjamin (I2459)
 
36 1882 History of Linn County, Missouri. BIOGRAPHY - Grantsville Township: 853
James I. Cassity was born in Fleming county, Kentucky, November 1, 1830. His father was William F. Cassity, born in Montgomery county Kentucky, January 1803, and removed in January, 1851, to this county. His vocation was that of farmer and blacksmith. He was a well informed gentleman and respected by all who knew him; he held the office of justice of the peace for several years, and after a life of usefulness he died, in January, 1867. The wife of William T. Cassity[i] was Dora Trumbo, born in Bath county, Kentucky, December 21, 1808; she is yet living. James I. Cassity remained in his native county until October 1, 1849, when he removed with his father to Lee county, Iowa, and from there, after raising one crop, to Missouri, in 1851, the family first settling in Benton township. Mr. Cassity lived with his parents until he was twenty-three years of age, when he began work on his own account on a tract of land given him by his father. In March, 1859, he, with four companions, went to Colorado, where Mr. Cassity remained for three months, being engaged in mining. He returned to this county, January 15, 1860, was married to Mary R. H. Moore, born in this county, January 15, 1842; Esq. Paston officiated on the occasion. The issue of their marriage has been nine children; viz, Dorothy A., Mary J., Isaac F., James W. H., Sarah L., John I., George H., and Daniel Garfield, living, and Essie B., dead. In 1861 he enrolled as a member of the Union home guards, and served in the Federal militia at intervals during the war. Since 1865 he has given his attention to farming. In 1863 he was constable of his township. By industry and economy he has become the possessor of 285 acres of land; is a prosperous farmer, and well respected in his community. 
Cassity, James Ira (I1853)
 
37 1885 Colorado state census.
Wm. A. Hunt, age 33, b.KY
Aurura S. Hunt, wife, age 28, b. KY
Rosella Hunt, daughter, age 10, b. MO
Daisy O. Hunt, daughter, age 6, b. MO 
Hunt, William A. (I1259)
 
38 1910 US census, Susie Blanche Orrick is in her parents' household, listed as Blanche Weaver, age 18,, married daughter with her son, Eugene Weaver, age 1year 4 months.

There is a record in Illinois Deaths and Stillbirths Index, 1916-1947, for Eugene Weaver b.19 Oct 1909 in Jasper Illinois, d.27 Feb 1917, Jasper Illinois. His father is listed as John Weaver and his mother as Ella Welfound. There is burial of Curtis Eugene Weaver, 12 Oct 1909-27 Feb 1917 in Kerns Cemetery, Gila, Jasper County, Illinois. 
Orrick, Susie Blanche (I768)
 
39 1920 US census, Mary, widow, is proprietor of a rooming house with 35 people as roomers, 2 of whom are children under the age of 10. One roomer is Harry Scott Wood, age 41, her future husband.

Note: there are several rooming house with large numbers of residents on this and surrounding census pages. 
Hedges, Mary Dalton (I88)
 
40 195th Ohio Infantry. Company F. Private. Feiser, Peter (I3505)
 
41 23rd Regiment Missouri Volunteers. Company F. Cassity, Jacob (I2256)
 
42 23rd Regiment Missouri Volunteers. Company F. Enrolled 21 Nov 1861. Cassity, Jacob (I2256)
 
43 24th Regiment. Kentucky Infantry. Company G. Captain. Hedges, Peter Thompson (I6)
 
44 3 children Moody, Nela Inez (I1435)
 
45 3 children. Cassity, Nettie Izora (I1226)
 
46 354th Infantry. 89th Division. Supply Company. PFC. Purple Heart. Blackburn, Silas (I2887)
 
47 3rd Missouri State Militia Cavalry, which later became 7th Missouri State Militia Cavalry, Company K. Price, Henry Harrison (I2300)
 
48 44th Missouri Infantry. Company E. 1 August 1864-15 August 1965. Helms, Simon (I1795)
 
49 44th Missouri Infantry. Company I. Private. Muck, John (I2893)
 
50 4th Regiment Kentucky Mounted Infantry. Company C. Private. Hedges, William Riley (I10)
 

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