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Margaret PIGOT
Death: Y
Marriage 1 Randulph or Richard de CALVERHALL b: in Calverhall, Shropshire, England, United Kingdom
Children
William le BERCER b: in Haleon, Warfield, Shropshire, England, United Kingdom
 
PIGOTT, Margaret (I14061)
 
2 !OBITUARY :
Dorothy Laurel Rasmussen Johnson 1913 ~ 2005 Dorothy Laurel Rasmussen Johnson, 91, passed away Sept 22, 2005. A very loving mother, grandmother and great-grandmother, passed on to a higher kingdom and now has returned to her Heavenly Father. Dorothy was born October 16, 1913, in Granger, Utah, daughter of Alford A. Rasmussen and Laurel Smith Rasmussen. Dorothy was a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, where she held many capacities including temple worker at the Jordan River Temple, ward and stake Relief Society president. Served a mission to the Central States. She enjoyed gardening and working in her flowers. She loved being with her grandchildren. Dorothy married Newell K. Johnson on October 28, 1942 in the Salt Lake Temple. Newell's first wife was Caroline Elizabeth Kendrick, leaving 4 children at the time of her death. Newell and Dorothy were blessed with one daughter. She is survived by two daughters and one son, Shirley and Jay Barton, Keith and Mary Johnson, Carolyn and Dave Hanks; two son-in-laws, Sam Talbot and Glen and Alice Farnsworth; sister, Ardell Taylor; brother, Doyle Rasmussen. She has many grand children and great-grandchildren. Preceded in death by her loving husband; her parents; two daughters, Bessie Rae Talbot and Marcella Laurel Farnsworth; four sisters and three brothers. Funeral services will be Monday, Sept. 26, 2005 at 12:00 noon at the Granger Ward, 3274 Hillsdale Drive. There will be a viewing Sunday from 6-8 p.m. at McDougal Funeral Home, 4330 South Redwood Road and Monday 11-11:45 a.m. at the Church. Interment, Elysian Burial Gardens
Published in the Deseret News from 9/24/2005 - 9/25/2005.

Dorothy was named for her Grandfather's (Alford Anderson Rasmussen) second wife, Ane Dorthea Axelsen. 
RASMUSSEN, Dorothy Laurel (I8494)
 
3 *I would like to do further research on children because it has Sarah having her last baby at 50 years old. That seems a little odd to me. Also the records that were handed down to me by grandma Smith and my mom indicate that Samuel and Sarah had two Thomas's. One was born in 1811 and died 1873 and the other (my ancestor) was born in 1812 and died 1898. It seems unusual to me that they would name two of their children Thomas and both lived a long time. I need to do further research on this matter (7/2003).

*Coseley was part of Sedgley, but was completed separated from it in 1867. Reference to this information is book 942.46/C5 H2w. p. 16. Could not sign own name. Reference 942.46/S3 K2s. 
SMITH, Samuel (I8534)
 
4 From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996.
Bapt: Baptisms Swiss-German Mission - early to 1894;  FHL INTL Film 128137 page 48
Bapt: per copy of Swiss German Mission Records: Film 128137 part 3:  baptized Feb 9, 1873
Born: per copy of Swiss German Mission Records: Film 128137 part 3: born Sept, 1855
Died: per "How Beautiful Upon the Moutains" died of cancer in a Provo Hospital. 
OTT, Anna Elizabeth (I22829)
 
5 From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996.
found husband and infor on web site:  http://meridian.ldsroots.com/ancestry/lizetta_HAFEN~i510981746.htm

Mother's name could be Anna Elisabeth Spengler and Father Hans Jacob Hafen per an ordinance record

End date could be 13 July 1867  and wife Catharine Nef married 21 Sep 1861 Payson, Utah, Utah; and sealed to her on 15 Jan1969 Manti, Utah 
HAFEN, Jacob (I22826)
 
6 From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996.
Per "How Beautiful Upon The Mountains" Fredrick and Anne Elizabeth lived the United Order in Richfield for about nine years.  In 1882 they moved to Midway Utah.  He bought a home in Midway across the street from Ulrich Probst.  Late in 1885 he filed on 80 acres in what is now the Dutch Filed, his deed to that parel of land was signed by President Benjamin Harrison in 1890.

He received his citzenship papers on Dec 19 1881.  They built the rock house on what is now called the Remund Homestead in 1899 and 1900. 
REMUND, Fredrick Sr. (I22830)
 
7 ! 2nd Christening Date: 24 Jan 1660 ?

!Rheineck Parish Register: 939192.
Census Records:  1678, 1684, 1685. 
DORENBIRER, Margreth (I2173)
 
8 ! 2nd Wife to Johan Danielsson. PEHRSDOTTER, Ingeborg Twin (I11831)
 
9 ! Also on HOGAN - HATCH line DOWNER, Johanna (I5621)
 
10 ! Also on HOGAN - HATCH line. WILLARD, Simon Thomas (I1462)
 
11 ! Also on HOGAN - HATCH line. WATERMAN, Elizabeth (I1463)
 
12 ! Also on HOGAN - HATCH line. Elizabeth (I13508)
 
13 ! Also on HOGAN - HATCH line. WATERMAN, Elizabeth (I5939)
 
14 ! Also on HOGAN - HATCH line. WILLARD, Richard (I5546)
 
15 ! Also on HOGAN - HATCH line. HUMPHRIE, Raynold (I5529)
 
16 ! Also on HOGAN - HATCH line. WILLARD, Simon Thomas (I5524)
 
17 ! Also on HOGAN - HATCH line. HUMPHRIE, Margery (I5448)
 
18 ! Also on PERRY line.

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BIRTH & PARENTS DATA FOR DOLOR/D0LAR DAVIS ARE UNKNOWN OR UNVERIFIED (See Discussion item). VIEW BIOGRAPHICAL ITEMS IN STORY (MEMORIES) FOR THIS RECORD, M684-VPN. *See also BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION HEREINAFTER. ***PLEASE DON'T DELETE OR MERGE THIS RECORD, AS IT MAY DELETE 0R RELOCATE MEMORIES ITEMS AND SOURCES (UNLESS this record is surviving record - on left during merger). It is hoped that this will be the final surviving record once all mergers possible have been completed. THANK YOU!!

See also BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION:

(1) Contribution by Reed Stanley Hall [which had been deleted by careless merging]:

BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION: There is no known verifiable evidence as to the birth data and names of parents for this Dolor or Dolar Davis. In the 1614 Will of James Clarke of East Fairleigh, Kent, England, "Dolar Davis, my servant," is bequeathed a house and land lying in the parish of Marden (occupied by one Terrye). He immigrated into the the Massachusetts Bay Colony in 1634, with Cambridge, MA as his first place of residence. On Aug. 4, 1634, he was granted land upon the west side of the Charles River (next to grant to brother-in-law, Simon Willard).

On Apr. 17, 1635, "Margaret Davies," aged 32, along with "Jo Davis (9), Marie Davies (4), and Elizabeth Davies (2)," were enrolled in London for passage to New England on the ship Elizabeth. Dolor Davis sold his property in Cambridge and moved to Duxbury, MA by 1638. He received two grants of land in Duxbury in 1640. In 1641, he went on the bond of George Willard, his brother-in-law, signing as a "Planter of Scituate," although apparently he and his sons were carpenters. On Mar. 1, 1641/2, he was on a jury in Plymouth, MA, and in 1643 he was on a list of inhabitants of Barnstable, MA able to bear arms. He was admitted as a freeman in 1646. On Aug. 27, 1648, Dolor Davis and his wife were dismissed from the church at Duxbury and joined the one at Barnstable, MA on Cape Cod. In Barnstable he was surveyor of highways in 1652 and constable in 1654.

The Davis family moved to Concord, MA in 1655 with the Roger Chandler group. He apparently returned to Barnstable in 1666, where he remarried in 1671. His estate was probated in Barnstable on 19 June 1673. SOURCES: See biographical sketches in "The GreatMigration: Immigrants to New England 1634-1635," by Robert Charles Anderson et al (New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2001), Vol. 2, 292-297, and "LYBERTIE," by H. Vernon Hall (SLC, UT, 1975), pages 116-120

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Dolor Davis was born 1593, in Benneford, Northhampton, England. He married Margery Willard daughter of Richard Willard of Horsemonden, yeomen in Parish church, East Farleigh, Kent, England March 29th, 1624. Margery was baptized at Horsemonden, November 7th 1602 and died before 1667. Margery's brother Simon would become a lifelong friend of Dolor Davis. Other than being a carpenter and Master Builder nothing is known of him until he sailed to America and landed in Boston in May 1634. He quickly bought 25 acres (10 ha) of land on the west side of the river in Cambridge, Massachusetts on August 4,1635. [1][about where Harvard College is today] On April 17, 1628, his wife and three children embarked from London for New England, arrived on the Elizabeth, and they decided to live in Cambridge. On June 4, 1635, Davis bought a lot of half a rood for a home, which was located on what is now the corner of Winthrop and Dunster streets.[2] However, Davis and his friend Willard decided not to stay in Cambridge, like many of the settlers during the years of 1635-1636. In August 1635, Davis and Willard sold their land in Cambridge to Richard Girling. [2] is a member of the Duxbury Church in 1640 as well.[3] Duxbery: Dolor Davis moved to Duxbury, August 5, 1638-39, was admitted freemen, and was granted land there in 1640. During the year of 1640, Davis was granted 50 acres (20 ha) and land for his cows to graze. He became a member of the Duxbury Church in 1640 as well.[4] Dolor and his wife were dismissed from the Duxbury church to the Barnstable church, August 27th 1648. He only stayed here for 3 years before he moved to Barnstable. Barnstable:In 1643, Davis moved again, this time to Barnstable. He and his sons appeared on a list of men in Barnstable between "16 to 60 years of age to bear arms".[5] In June 1645, he was sworn in as a member of the Grand Inquest of Plymouth Colony. He also tried to become a freeman, and a year later he became a freeman of Barnstable.[6] In 1652, Dolor Davis was chosen as a surveyor of highways in Barnstable. In 1654, he was then chosen to become the constable of Barnstable.[7] He continued to live in Barnstable and practice his trade as a carpenter until he left for Concord in 1655. In 1666 Dollar returned to Barnstable From Concord and remained in Barnstable till he died during June of 1673. Dolor's will, dated September 13th 1672, was proved July 2, 1673. Dolor mentions his sons Simon and Samuel as already having their portions; his son John and son in law Lewis, with Mary, Lewis's wife; daughter Ruth Hall. Concord:In 1656 Dolor left Plymouth Colony and returned to Concord Concord, Massachusetts, his home for the next 11 years. He bought 150 acres (61 ha) of land, with a house in an assortment of different parcels, from Roger Draper of Concord.[8] This property soon became Davis's homestead in Concord. He also met up with his friend Simon Willard while he lived in Concord. In 1659, he was recorded as one of the landowners in Concord. Sometime during his stay in Concord, his wife Margery died. Alone, he left Concord in 1666 to go back to Barnstable. Amos Otis wrote Of Dolar Davis," Perhaps of all the families which came to New England not one can be selected more deserving of our esteem and unqualified approbation than that of Dolar Davis. AS a man he was honest, industrious, and prudent; as a Christian tolerant and exact in the performance of his religious duties; as a neighbor kind, obliging, and ever ready to help those who needed his assistance; and as a father and the head of his family he was constantly solicitous for the welfare of all its members,cultivating those kindly feelings and amenities of life which render life delightful."
--- on FamilySearch 13 May 2016 
DAVIS, Dolar (I756)
 
19 ! Also on PERRY line.

Life Sketch
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BIRTH & PARENTS DATA FOR DOLOR/D0LAR DAVIS ARE UNKNOWN OR UNVERIFIED (See Discussion item). VIEW BIOGRAPHICAL ITEMS IN STORY (MEMORIES) FOR THIS RECORD, M684-VPN. *See also BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION HEREINAFTER. ***PLEASE DON'T DELETE OR MERGE THIS RECORD, AS IT MAY DELETE 0R RELOCATE MEMORIES ITEMS AND SOURCES (UNLESS this record is surviving record - on left during merger). It is hoped that this will be the final surviving record once all mergers possible have been completed. THANK YOU!!

See also BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION:

(1) Contribution by Reed Stanley Hall [which had been deleted by careless merging]:

BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION: There is no known verifiable evidence as to the birth data and names of parents for this Dolor or Dolar Davis. In the 1614 Will of James Clarke of East Fairleigh, Kent, England, "Dolar Davis, my servant," is bequeathed a house and land lying in the parish of Marden (occupied by one Terrye). He immigrated into the the Massachusetts Bay Colony in 1634, with Cambridge, MA as his first place of residence. On Aug. 4, 1634, he was granted land upon the west side of the Charles River (next to grant to brother-in-law, Simon Willard).

On Apr. 17, 1635, "Margaret Davies," aged 32, along with "Jo Davis (9), Marie Davies (4), and Elizabeth Davies (2)," were enrolled in London for passage to New England on the ship Elizabeth. Dolor Davis sold his property in Cambridge and moved to Duxbury, MA by 1638. He received two grants of land in Duxbury in 1640. In 1641, he went on the bond of George Willard, his brother-in-law, signing as a "Planter of Scituate," although apparently he and his sons were carpenters. On Mar. 1, 1641/2, he was on a jury in Plymouth, MA, and in 1643 he was on a list of inhabitants of Barnstable, MA able to bear arms. He was admitted as a freeman in 1646. On Aug. 27, 1648, Dolor Davis and his wife were dismissed from the church at Duxbury and joined the one at Barnstable, MA on Cape Cod. In Barnstable he was surveyor of highways in 1652 and constable in 1654.

The Davis family moved to Concord, MA in 1655 with the Roger Chandler group. He apparently returned to Barnstable in 1666, where he remarried in 1671. His estate was probated in Barnstable on 19 June 1673. SOURCES: See biographical sketches in "The GreatMigration: Immigrants to New England 1634-1635," by Robert Charles Anderson et al (New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2001), Vol. 2, 292-297, and "LYBERTIE," by H. Vernon Hall (SLC, UT, 1975), pages 116-120

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Dolor Davis was born 1593, in Benneford, Northhampton, England. He married Margery Willard daughter of Richard Willard of Horsemonden, yeomen in Parish church, East Farleigh, Kent, England March 29th, 1624. Margery was baptized at Horsemonden, November 7th 1602 and died before 1667. Margery's brother Simon would become a lifelong friend of Dolor Davis. Other than being a carpenter and Master Builder nothing is known of him until he sailed to America and landed in Boston in May 1634. He quickly bought 25 acres (10 ha) of land on the west side of the river in Cambridge, Massachusetts on August 4,1635. [1][about where Harvard College is today] On April 17, 1628, his wife and three children embarked from London for New England, arrived on the Elizabeth, and they decided to live in Cambridge. On June 4, 1635, Davis bought a lot of half a rood for a home, which was located on what is now the corner of Winthrop and Dunster streets.[2] However, Davis and his friend Willard decided not to stay in Cambridge, like many of the settlers during the years of 1635-1636. In August 1635, Davis and Willard sold their land in Cambridge to Richard Girling. [2] is a member of the Duxbury Church in 1640 as well.[3] Duxbery: Dolor Davis moved to Duxbury, August 5, 1638-39, was admitted freemen, and was granted land there in 1640. During the year of 1640, Davis was granted 50 acres (20 ha) and land for his cows to graze. He became a member of the Duxbury Church in 1640 as well.[4] Dolor and his wife were dismissed from the Duxbury church to the Barnstable church, August 27th 1648. He only stayed here for 3 years before he moved to Barnstable. Barnstable:In 1643, Davis moved again, this time to Barnstable. He and his sons appeared on a list of men in Barnstable between "16 to 60 years of age to bear arms".[5] In June 1645, he was sworn in as a member of the Grand Inquest of Plymouth Colony. He also tried to become a freeman, and a year later he became a freeman of Barnstable.[6] In 1652, Dolor Davis was chosen as a surveyor of highways in Barnstable. In 1654, he was then chosen to become the constable of Barnstable.[7] He continued to live in Barnstable and practice his trade as a carpenter until he left for Concord in 1655. In 1666 Dollar returned to Barnstable From Concord and remained in Barnstable till he died during June of 1673. Dolor's will, dated September 13th 1672, was proved July 2, 1673. Dolor mentions his sons Simon and Samuel as already having their portions; his son John and son in law Lewis, with Mary, Lewis's wife; daughter Ruth Hall. Concord:In 1656 Dolor left Plymouth Colony and returned to Concord Concord, Massachusetts, his home for the next 11 years. He bought 150 acres (61 ha) of land, with a house in an assortment of different parcels, from Roger Draper of Concord.[8] This property soon became Davis's homestead in Concord. He also met up with his friend Simon Willard while he lived in Concord. In 1659, he was recorded as one of the landowners in Concord. Sometime during his stay in Concord, his wife Margery died. Alone, he left Concord in 1666 to go back to Barnstable. Amos Otis wrote Of Dolar Davis," Perhaps of all the families which came to New England not one can be selected more deserving of our esteem and unqualified approbation than that of Dolar Davis. AS a man he was honest, industrious, and prudent; as a Christian tolerant and exact in the performance of his religious duties; as a neighbor kind, obliging, and ever ready to help those who needed his assistance; and as a father and the head of his family he was constantly solicitous for the welfare of all its members,cultivating those kindly feelings and amenities of life which render life delightful."
    ---  on FamilySearch  13 May 2016 
DAVIS, Dolar (I5902)
 
20 ! Also on YOUNG - WING line. HUMPHRIE, Margery (I1091)
 
21 ! Also on YOUNG - WING line. HUMPHRIE, Raynold (I1467)
 
22 ! Also on YOUNG - WING line. WILLARD, Richard (I1779)
 
23 ! Also on YOUNG - WING line. FREMINGHAM, Joan Elizabeth (I3312)
 
24 ! Also on YOUNG - WING line. DOWNER, Johanna (I8850)
 
25 ! Also on YOUNG - WING line. Elizabeth (I8865)
 
26 ! Also on YOUNG - WING line. FREMINGHAM, Joan Elizabeth (I5547)
 
27 ! BAPTISM DATE WAS 1863, BUT WAS REBAP IN 1977

Alt Birth: 13 Mar 1851.  Temple Index Bureau Index Card;; No 667 Book 1 Page 22.  I have other family records that record his birth as 1850.  I believe the 1850 date to be correct. His headstone says he died 9 Oct 1885, aged 35 yrs 6mos 26 days.  Do the math and his birthdate is 13 Mar 1850.

Baptism: Temple Index Bureau Index Card;; No 667 Book 1 Page 22;; in poss of Dennis Stokes, Oxnard, CA. Shows baptism as 1863.

Alt Baptism: 26 Jan 1977 SLAKE - Salt Lake
  Source:
    Author: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
    Title: International Genealogical Index(R)
    Media Type: Index
    Publication Information: Copyright (c) 1980, 2002
  Citation:
    Page: downloaded 31 Jul 2005

  Source:
    Author: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
    Title: International Genealogical Index(R)
    Media Type: Index
    Publication Information: Copyright (c) 1980, 2002
  Citation:
    Page: citing microfilm 1058691 for batch 7626705, sheet 17, downloaded 21 Jul 2005

  Source:
    Author: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
    Title: International Genealogical Index(R)
    Media Type: Index
    Publication Information: Copyright (c) 1980, 2002
  Citation:
    Page: citing microfilm 0538202 for batch 6930424, sheet 22, downloaded 21 Jul 2005 
STOKES, William Jr. (I335)
 
28 ! Baptism maybe 21 Jun 1844. Banns 23 Jul 1827 Md. 3 Aug 1827 (other Md. date on film) 2nd wife Izabella Sutherland, Md. 1 Oct 1860 and sealed in EHOUS. Cancelled 14 Mar. 1946 by President George Albert Smith. Note: F Scot 6, Pt. 140 #14505 Renfrew Par. Reg. for marriage date
 
SHIELDS, John (I976)
 
29 ! Birth place also shown as: Bennington, Davis, Utah on the Ancestra l File.
Birth: 12 Jan 
DAVIS, Jesse Wells (I451)
 
30 ! Christening found in F Scot 6, Pt. 111 No. 14505 Catheart Parish. Reg. CUNNINGHAM, Thomas (I990)
 
31 ! DEATH: Died at age 68. JONASDOTTER, Catarina (I11843)
 
32 ! DEATH: Died at age 78.

Sven/Johansson
Jonas/Persson Hultgren
seal children to Jonas/Persson Hultgren 1st husband and Cathrina/Svensson mother
Jonas Persson/Hultgren
 
SVENSDOTTER, Catharina (I11833)
 
33 ! DEATH: Died at age 81. MANSDOTTER, Kierstin (I11841)
 
34 ! DEATH: Died at age 93. PERSDOTTER, Karin (I11851)
 
35 ! Family records - in possession of BARNARD, Ruth D.; Route #2, Brigham, Utah
BAPTISM: 12 Apr 1874. 
PERRY, Phebe Ann (I288)
 
36 ! Family records - in possession of BARNARD, Ruth D.; Route #2, Brigham, Utah
DEATH: 21 Aug 1924. 
PERRY, Lorenzo Dan (I235)
 
37 ! Family records - in possession of BARNARD, Ruth D.; Route #2, Brigham, Utah
DEATH: 5 Apr 1872. 
PERRY, Ida Volette (I290)
 
38 ! HOGAN LINE ALSO. LUMLEY, Catherine (I9178)
 
39 ! HOGAN LINE ALSO. CHIDIOCKE, John (I9177)
 
40 ! IGI shows Birth Place: Lexington, Middlesex, Massachusetts. RUSSELL, Jemima (I1471)
 
41 ! IGI shows Birth Place: Sudbury, Middlesex, Massachusetts RUSSELL, Abigail (I1476)
 
42 ! IGI shows Birth Place: Sudbury, Middlesex, Massachusetts. RUSSELL, Thomas (I1474)
 
43 ! IGI shows Birth Place: Sudbury, Middlesex, Massachusetts. RUSSELL, Samuel (I1469)
 
44 ! IGI shows Birth Place: Sudbury, Middlesex, Massachusetts. RUSSELL, Philip (I1467)
 
45 ! in HOGAN - HATCH line also. WILLARD, Richard (I5447)
 
46 ! In WING line also. WILLARD, Major Simon (I1093)
 
47 ! in YOUNG - WING line also. WILLARD, Richard (I1090)
 
48 ! Information: Record of Margaret C. Sagers, Tooele, Utah and old Baptism sheet of John A. Beaven of Tooele, Utah.  Fam. Rec. of Thomas C. Young of Brigham City, Utah. Marriage Banns 23 Oct 1784. CUNNINGHAM, Archibald (I146)
 
49 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. YOUNG, Savannah Alayne (I44)
 
50 ! Of Elmley Castle, Worcestershire, England. DE BEAUCHAMP, Isabel Baroness (I15755)
 

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