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51 Death date inferred based upon birth of a second child who was named Gillis. Brouwer, Gillis (I336)
 
52 Death date inferred based upon the date of Christoffel's next marriage. Delamont, Annatje (I210)
 
53 Death is hypothesized based upon another child being born named Catarina in Nov 1772. Felthousen, Catarina (I214)
 
54 Derived from: Passenger and Crew Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, New York, 1897-1957; (National Archives Microfilm Publication T715, 8892 rolls); Records of the Immigration and Naturalization Service; National Archives, Washington, D.C. Source (S12)
 
55 Derived from: Passenger Lists of Vessels Arriving at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. NARA microform publication T840. NAI 4492386. Records of the Immigration and Naturalization Service, 1787–2004, Record Group 85. The National Archives at Washington, D.C. Source (S6)
 
56 Died at the house of her daughter, Sarah (Mrs. Theo.) Fitterer, two miles west of Bellevue. Vogt, Anna Margaret (I125)
 
57 Early census records (1900 and 1905) list her birthplace as NY, but after that she is consistently noted as being born in PA. Hirsch, Katherine Lakey (I396)
 
58 Edith's address is not recorded properly on the 1950 census record -- no street name is listed and the house number is written as 525. Her enumeration district covers the blocks surrounded by Richmond Ave, the southeast quadrant of Colonial Circle, Lafayette Ave, Ashland Ave, and Breckenridge St back to Richmond. Based on other available records, she was actually living at 540 Ashland Ave at the time. Wilkie, Edith Florence (I88)
 
59 Elizabeth has two markers at Budd Cemetery - a pillow stone which likely denotes her actual grave site, and a nearby obelisk which is shared with Joseph Sherman and Harriet Haskins Sherman. Bonnell, Elizabeth (I91)
 
60 Elizabeth's birth date is estimated based upon Jacob's biography mentioning her as the eldest, and the oldest female child in the 1820 census being listed as under 16 years of age. Vogt, Elizabeth (I123)
 
61 Elizabeth's brother, Jacob, was in their household in 1860, working as a farm laborer. Bonnell, Elizabeth (I91)
 
62 Familysearch film #007614637, Death certificates, no. 9265-10100 5 Sept. 1893 - 21 Dec. 1894, available at https://www.familysearch.org/search/film/007614637 Source (S26)
 
63 Felice's name is recorded as 'Pelicia' in this census. Wnuk, Felice (I70)
 
64 For some unclear reason, Anna is not enumerated in the 1930 census. Voght, Dr. Frank Bonnell (I89)
 
65 Franciszek was recorded as being 33 1/2 at the time of his marriage in February 1891. Mierzwa, Franciszek (I58)
 
66 Frank has no headstone, and it's possible that he was relocated to the new cemetery when his wife Anna died in 1948 (or alternately, she might haven been buried in this cemetery in an empty plot adjacent to his.) Mierzwa, Franciszek (I58)
 
67 Frank's obituary notes he had practiced medicine at 908 Fillmore "for the last 46 years." Voght, Dr. Frank Bonnell (I89)
 
68 Fred's name is recorded as 'Freade' in this census. Wnuck, Fred Stanley (I68)
 
69 From the entry in the city directory, it's unclear if George lived on N Salina St near his newspaper's office, or if he actually lived in Salina just north of the city.

George was not included in the 1857 Syracuse directory, so he likely moved to Syracuse between the publication of those two books.
 
Hirsch, George A. (I388)
 
70 George died intestate. Hirsch, George A. (I388)
 
71 George has no headstone. Hirsch, George A. (I388)
 
72 George owned at least two saloons in Rochester, first on North Clinton Street from about 1866-1869, later on Front Street from about 1870-1872, and finally back on North Clinton Street from 1873 until his death. Hirsch, George A. (I388)
 
73 George's obituary notes that he worked from 1858-1868 for the Rochester Beobachter, prior to establishing a pub. Hirsch, George A. (I388)
 
74 Heinrich married Ana Maria Stohler (b. 1794, d. 1831) in 1813 and had six children:
* Ana Maria Vogt (b. 1814)
* Anna Margreth Vogt (b. 1819)
* Anna Vogt (b. 1821)
* Elisabeth Vogt (b. 1826)
* Heinrich Vogt (b. 1827)
* Eduard Vogt (b. 1830, d. 1832)

Their son Heinrich Vogt married Salomea Hessmer (b. 1830) in 1853 and had eight children, most of whom eventually immigrated to the United States:
* Salomea Vogt (b. 1853)
* Heinrich Emmanuel Vogt (b. 1855, twin)
* Anna Maria Vogt (b. 1855, twin)
* Eduard Vogt (b. 1856)
* Emmanuel August Vogt (b. 1857)
* Sophia Vogt (b. 1859)
* Arnold Vogt (b. 1861)
* Johann Ernst Vogt (b. 1862, d. 1862) 
Vogt, Heinrich (I9)
 
75 In "Genealogies of the First Settlers of Schenectady", Marten is described as having settled in Schaghticoke. Delamont, Marten (I238)
 
76 In "Genealogies of the First Settlers", Eva is noted as being 45 ys., 6 m., 3 d. of age when she died, which puts her approximate birthdate within a day of Mar 30, 1702. Brouwer, Eva (I245)
 
77 In "Genealogies of the First Settlers", Hendrick is noted as having owned a house lot on the east side of Church street, commencing 108 feet north of the church, and extending probably to Front street. Brouwer, Hendrick (I248)
 
78 In "Genealogies of the First Settlers", Pieter is noted as having "early settled in Beverwyck" before becoming one of the first settlers in Schenectady in 1662, but no specific dates are given. Borsboom, Pieter Jacobse (I290)
 
79 In "Genealogies of the First Settlers", Pieter is noted as having been "barbarously murdered at the falls, on the Oswego river, in the spring of 1730, by an Onondaga Indian". Brouwer, Jacob (I305)
 
80 In "Genealogies of the First Settlers". Cornelis is noted as having a home lot on the East side of Church street. Brouwer, Cornelis (I307)
 
81 In 1781, he owned the lot in Union street where the Court House was later located, beginning 100 ft. Amst. meas. west from Ferry street. Delamont, Henrik (I264)
 
82 In 1830, only the heads of households were listed by name, with everyone else recorded just by their current age. The census lists David's household as having 1 male under the age of 5, one male aged 10-15, one male 30-40 (David), one female under the age of 5 (Sarah), and one female 30-40 (Salome).

The identities of the two boys are unknown at this time; the one aged 10-15 seems too old to have been their child (perhaps a nephew or younger brother?), but the one under the age of 5 could be a currently unknown son. 
Salome (I171)
 
83 In 1830, only the heads of households were listed by name, with everyone else recorded just by their current age. The census lists David's household as having 1 male under the age of 5, one male aged 10-15, one male 30-40 (David), one female under the age of 5 (Sarah), and one female 30-40 (Salome).

The identities of the two boys are unknown at this time; the one aged 10-15 seems too old to have been their child (perhaps a nephew or younger brother?), but the one under the age of 5 could be a currently unknown son. 
Grant, Sarah (I98)
 
84 In 1830, only the heads of households were listed by name, with everyone else recorded just by their current age. The census lists David's household as having 1 male under the age of 5, one male aged 10-15, one male 30-40 (David), one female under the age of 5 (Sarah), and one female 30-40 (Salome).

The identities of the two boys are unknown at this time; the one aged 10-15 seems too old to have been their child (perhaps a nephew or younger brother?), but the one under the age of 5 could be a currently unknown son. 
Grant, David (I170)
 
85 In 1892 Willis is simply noted as an engineer. In 1900 he is specifically enumerated as a stationary engineer. Wright, Willis J. (I190)
 
86 In an 1862 codicil to his will, Joisah notes he now holds "said Josiah J. Wright's note, which I request my executor to cancel or give up as payment for this bequest." Wright, Josiah Judson (I97)
 
87 In an 1862 codicil, Stephen K.'s portion of the estate is designated to be held in trust by his sister Mary and a family friend, to be alloted to him as needed for his support and maintenance in times of sickness or if otherwise requiring help. Wright, Stephen K. (I180)
 
88 In his declaration, Stanley describes himself as a laborer, light complexion, gray eyes, brown hair, 5 foot 7 inches tall, and 146 pounds. Wnuk, Stanisław (I52)
 
89 In his entry, Stanislaw is noted as a laborer in possession of $5 who plans to travel to Priceburg, PA (now Dickson City, PA) to join his brother Josef Wnuk. Wnuk, Stanisław (I52)
 
90 In his obituary in the Rochester Taglicher Beobachter, George is described as being the son of a teacher at the public school in Schwarzenbach bei Hof. Hirsch, George A. (I388)
 
91 In his will, Josiah names his six living children Addison C. Wright, Stephen K. Wright, Josiah J. Wright, Sarah (wife of Myron D. Hitchcock) and Mary M. (wife of William Gorsline), and Williston Wright, as well as mentioning his two deceased wives, a deceased son, and a deceased daughter in a request to have headstones erected for them. Wright, Addison C. (I178)
 
92 In his will, Josiah names his six living children Addison C. Wright, Stephen K. Wright, Josiah J. Wright, Sarah (wife of Myron D. Hitchcock) and Mary M. (wife of William Gorsline), and Williston Wright, as well as mentioning his two deceased wives, a deceased son, and a deceased daughter in a request to have headstones erected for them. Wright, Josiah Judson (I97)
 
93 In his will, Josiah names his six living children Addison C. Wright, Stephen K. Wright, Josiah J. Wright, Sarah (wife of Myron D. Hitchcock) and Mary M. (wife of William Gorsline), and Williston Wright, as well as mentioning his two deceased wives, a deceased son, and a deceased daughter in a request to have headstones erected for them. Wright, Mary M. (I179)
 
94 In his will, Josiah names his six living children Addison C. Wright, Stephen K. Wright, Josiah J. Wright, Sarah (wife of Myron D. Hitchcock) and Mary M. (wife of William Gorsline), and Williston Wright, as well as mentioning his two deceased wives, a deceased son, and a deceased daughter in a request to have headstones erected for them. Wright, Sarah (I188)
 
95 In his will, Josiah names his six living children Addison C. Wright, Stephen K. Wright, Josiah J. Wright, Sarah (wife of Myron D. Hitchcock) and Mary M. (wife of William Gorsline), and Williston Wright, as well as mentioning his two deceased wives, a deceased son, and a deceased daughter in a request to have headstones erected for them. Wright, Stephen K. (I180)
 
96 In his will, Josiah names his six living children Addison C. Wright, Stephen K. Wright, Josiah J. Wright, Sarah (wife of Myron D. Hitchcock) and Mary M. (wife of William Gorsline), and Williston Wright, as well as mentioning his two deceased wives, a deceased son, and a deceased daughter in a request to have headstones erected for them. Wright, Williston H. (I181)
 
97 In his will, Josiah names his six living children Addison C. Wright, Stephen K. Wright, Josiah J. Wright, Sarah (wife of Myron D. Hitchcock) and Mary M. (wife of William Gorsline), and Williston Wright, as well as mentioning his two deceased wives, a deceased son, and a deceased daughter in a request to have headstones erected for them. Wright, Josiah (I99)
 
98 In the 1 Wright, Josiah Judson (I97)
 
99 In this document, Elizabeth's birthdate is noted as Oct 14, 1913. Wnuk, Elizabeth (I67)
 
100 In this document, Fred's name is listed as Ferdinand and his birth date is listed as Feb 15, 1915. Wnuck, Fred Stanley (I68)
 

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