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Lindow Genealogy 11 (Notes Pages)

Individuals marked with a red dot are direct ancestors of P Lindow

Welker, James (b. 19 Aug 1803, d. Sep 1844)

Note: James - has two baptismal dates (1) 1834, (2) 8 May 1969
Family oral history indicates James died while living 11 miles south and east of Nauvoo as a result of mob beatings and exposure to the weather. He is supposedly buried in one of the cemeteries in Nauvoo, but we don't know exactly where.
Elizabeth and her children later went west in the Isaac Stewart wagon company. They were sent to Alpine after arriving in Salt Lake. They spent one winter there, living in caves in the hills. They eventually settled in the Bear Lake area, where Brigham Young sent them to help with the establishing of the community there.
James and Elizabeth lived near Kirtland, moving with the Saints to Far West, and were driven from there to Quincy, Illinois, before settling outside of Nauvoo. When the mob drove them out of Far West they were allowed an old saddle, a bag of dry feed corn, a broken down horse, and the clothes they had on their backs. James carved wooden soles for the children's shoes and used the saddle to make the uppers.

Sources: Temple Index Bureau
1830 census Jackson Co., Ohio
1840 census Adams Co., Illinois
1850 census Pottawattamie Co., Iowa
Notes kept by John Welker

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Tresker, Johan Hansson (b. ABT 1685)
Note: Research by Ella Heckscher, Upsalla, Sweden 1955

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Tripp, Job (b. ABT 1673, d. 3 Sep 1751)
Note: Sources: Will of Job Tripp dated 9 Mar 1752
Tripp Family History by George Randall
Temple Index Bureau record

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Tripp, Benjamin (b. 1758, d. will probated 23 Jan 1797)
Note: Sources: Land records of Foster, Providence, Rhode Island
Probated records of Foster, Providence, Rhode Island
Letter from descendant of Albro Tripp in Chestertown, N.Y.
Cemetery records of Schroon Lake, Essex, N.Y.
Family History

Family Search shows deat on 27 Feb 1810 in Plainfield, Whindham, Conn..

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Tripp, Deborah (b. )
Note: Deborah was listed as unmarried.

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Tripp, Orpah (b. )
Note: Orpah was listed as unmarried.

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Tripp, John (b. 6 Feb 1610, d. BEF 28 Oct 1678)
Note: Research notes of Paul L. Tripp: "Original founder and proprietor of Portsmouth, Rhode Island, in 1638; aged 49 in 1660 sworn in court. Deputy Rhode Island Assembly 1648, 1654-58, 1661-64, 1672; commissioners Court, 1665, Assistant or member Governor's Council 1670, 1673-75. His wife, "Mary (d1687) daughter of anthony Paine m. Rose Potter". ARCHIVES, V16, which cited Abridged Compendium of Immigrant Ancestors, Verkus, V3, p687, 1 4.1) 4/91:"One of the proprietors and founders of Portsmouth 6 mo 23d 1638", per Leonard Tripp New Bedford Library, 929.1 L556L V2, p 1d.

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Grinnell or Potter, Rose (b. 1593)
Note: Research notes by Paul L. Tripp indicates Mary (d1687) was the daughter of Anthony Paine m. Rose Potter.

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Tripp, Abiel (b. 1653, d. 10 Sep 1684)
Note: There are conflicting dates given for Abiel's death (10 Sep 1684) and his marriage (19 Jan 1687). He is also listed as having married Mary Lawton. Mary Lawton is listed as the wife (in 1681) of child #9, James.

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, Lydia (b. , d. BEF 1702)
Note: Lydia's last name may be Lawton.

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Vorwaller, Elizabeth Henriette (b. 5 May 1825, d. 7 Mar 1898)
Note: Elizabeth had no children by Charles Schneitter. Charles was the LDS missionary who taught and baptized Elizabeth, her son Karl August, and his wife Wilhelmina in 1890. When friends and relatives threatened Charles with death, Karl helped him escape. The Vorwaller family was disclaimed by friends and family so they decided to emmigrate to Utah.

Line in Record @I62@ (RIN 62) from GEDCOM file not recognized:
CAUS Chronic inflamation of the brain; Brain hemorhage

Line in Record @I62@ (RIN 62) from GEDCOM file not recognized:
PLAC Spree,,Germany

Sealing to parents date also shown in family records as 8 Apr 1925.

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Dramisch, Wilhelmina Justiene (b. 15 Mar 1858, d. 29 Dec 1897)
Note: Died of pneumonia at age 39.

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Vorwaller, Friedrich Wilhelm (b. 28 Apr 1879, d. 24 Oct 1940)
Note: Named after Karl August Vorwaller's only brother.

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Vorwaller, Johanna Martha (b. 22 Jun 1881, d. 25 Jun 1884)
Note: Died at age 3 of diphtheria. Believe death occured in Amalienau, East Prussia.

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Vorwaller, Maria Louise (b. 18 Feb 1885, d. 22 Feb 1966)
Note: Her personal family group sheet indicates baptism during the summer of 1894.Line in Record @I68@ (RIN 68) from GEDCOM file not recognized:
PLAC Batesville,Tooele,Utah

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Williams, James Buchanan (b. 13 Mar 1892, d. 1 Aug 1972)
Note: Grandma Lindow's notes show baptism in American Fork in 1901.

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Vorwaller, August Carl (b. 31 Jan 1887, d. 21 May 1954)
Note: Line in Record @I77@ (RIN 77) from GEDCOM file not recognized:
PLAC Batesville Branch,Erda,Tooele,Utah

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Clark, Georgia Wave (b. 30 Aug 1897, d. 24 Nov 1918)
Note: Line in Record @I156@ (RIN 156) from GEDCOM file not recognized:
PLAC Lake Point,Tooele,Utah

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Vorwaller, Henry August (b. 14 Jul 1888, d. 7 Jan 1941)
Note: Line in Record @I73@ (RIN 73) from GEDCOM file not recognized:
PLAC Batesville Branch,Erda,Tooele,Utah

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Vorwaller, Herman Frantz (b. 2 Mar 1890, d. 27 Jan 1963)
Note: Line in Record @I58@ (RIN 58) from GEDCOM file not recognized:
CAUS suffered from pernicious anemea but died of complications of an earlier accident. (Some have said Leukemia)

Line in Record @I58@ (RIN 58) from GEDCOM file not recognized:
PLAC Batesville Branch,Erda,Tooele,Utah

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