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8651 Wikipedia: "Established in 1793, Hardin County was named for Colonel John Hardin, an Indian fighter who worked with tribes in the local area. In a few years, professional men and tradesmen came to live in the area. In 1793, Colonel Hynes had 30 acres (120,000 m2) of land (until then known as the Severn's Valley Settlement[2]) surveyed and laid off into lots and streets to establish Elizabethtown. Named in honor of his wife, Elizabethtown was legally established in 1797." Barnett, Joseph (I13975)
 
8652 Wikipedia: "Established in 1793, Hardin County was named for Colonel John Hardin, an Indian fighter who worked with tribes in the local area. In a few years, professional men and tradesmen came to live in the area. In 1793, Colonel Hynes had 30 acres (120,000 m2) of land (until then known as the Severn's Valley Settlement[2]) surveyed and laid off into lots and streets to establish Elizabethtown. Named in honor of his wife, Elizabethtown was legally established in 1797." Hodgen, Robert (I36065)
 
8653 Wikipedia: "Established in 1793, Hardin County was named for Colonel John Hardin, an Indian fighter who worked with tribes in the local area. In a few years, professional men and tradesmen came to live in the area. In 1793, Colonel Hynes had 30 acres (120,000 m2) of land (until then known as the Severn's Valley Settlement[2]) surveyed and laid off into lots and streets to establish Elizabethtown. Named in honor of his wife, Elizabethtown was legally established in 1797." Hodgen, Mary (I36078)
 
8654 Wikipedia: "Established in 1793, Hardin County was named for Colonel John Hardin, an Indian fighter who worked with tribes in the local area. In a few years, professional men and tradesmen came to live in the area. In 1793, Colonel Hynes had 30 acres (120,000 m2) of land (until then known as the Severn's Valley Settlement[2]) surveyed and laid off into lots and streets to establish Elizabethtown. Named in honor of his wife, Elizabethtown was legally established in 1797." Hodgen, Samuel (I36079)
 
8655 Wikipedia: "On September 11, 1806, an act of the Tennessee General Assembly created White County out of Smith and Jackson counties, responding to a petition signed by 155 residents of the area." Thomas, Artemesia (I21137)
 
8656 Wikipedia: "On September 11, 1806, an act of the Tennessee General Assembly created White County out of Smith and Jackson counties, responding to a petition signed by 155 residents of the area." Shell, Isaac Martin (I21632)
 
8657 Wikipedia: "Owensburg is an unincorporated settlement in Jackson Township, Greene County, Indiana." Strosnider, Orin (I35796)
 
8658 Wikipedia: "Rowan County was formed in 1753 from the northern part of Anson County. It was named for Matthew Rowan, acting governor of North Carolina from 1753 to 1754." Thomas, Enos (I43631)
 
8659 Wikipedia: "Rowan County was formed in 1753 from the northern part of Anson County. It was named for Matthew Rowan, acting governor of North Carolina from 1753 to 1754." Haws, Jacob (I11696)
 
8660 Wikipedia: "Rowan County was formed in 1753 from the northern part of Anson County. It was named for Matthew Rowan, acting governor of North Carolina from 1753 to 1754." Neill, John Militiaman (I11736)
 
8661 Wikipedia: "Vernonburg was first settled by German craftsmen in the mid-18th century (hence the German suffix -burg), and was incorporated in 1748." Vernonburg is adjacent to Savannah, GA. Diehle/Deal, Peter (I44017)
 
8662 Wikipedia: "Rowan County was formed in 1753 from the northern part of Anson County. It was named for Matthew Rowan, acting governor of North Carolina from 1753 to 1754." Haws, John (I11721)
 
8663 Wil Wollberg was of Russian Jewish estraction. He had a small department store, Wollberg's, in Terre Haute,about fifty feet by fifty feet that had everything in it. They lived in a comfortable apartment above the store. When he died in the early 1920's he had an estate in excess of $200,00. They never had any children.

Following comment from Dave Howard
I have visited the Wollberg burial site. I found his obituary in the local newspaper. I also have his probate record. I will put this information up when I get a chance.

He got his start taking food out to the coal mines on his bicycle. He later built the store. The whole family liked his store. Aunt Loretta has told us stories of going to stay with her Aunt Mary and going through the boxes of goodies way up high on the shelves.

While Will and Mary never had children I did talk with the cemetery in Terre Haute and they had record of a baby buried next to Mary. Perhaps they had one child who died very young.

Amanda, Mary's mother, is also buried right next to them.

Will was a pretty well to do man by the time he passed away.

 
Wollberg, William (I1299)
 
8664 Will Reynolds, Grace (I20115)
 
8665 Will (1838) of Joseph Whittington: ". . . Now I will and devise that all my children which I had by my beloved and deceased wife, Sarah, to wit: Benjamin, Richard, Jane (now Jane Reed), . . ."

No record of this marriage has been found. 
Family F18039626
 
8666 Will 28 Sep 1651 - Will Probated 3 Aug 1653 P.C.C (Brent, 192). Penrose, Richard (I10426)
 
8667 Will dated 22 Mar 1640 - Buried 28 Mar 1641 - Will Probated 26 Apr 1643 Penrose, Thomas (I10432)
 
8668 Will dated 5 May 1814.

 
Hornblower, Erastus Ferris (I9858)
 
8669 Will dtd 10 May 1840 Neill, Robert (I11737)
 
8670 Will of James Sims, Sr. names four children of deceased son James: Matilda, Roxana, Juliana, James Hornblower. Sims, Roxanna Elvira (I1521)
 
8671 Will of Thomas Carter states his daughter, Sarah Phillips, was a widow in 1770. Phillips, John Revell (I20823)
 
8672 Will Probated, Butler, Kentucky, Age: 79 Years Haws, John (I11721)
 
8673 Will proved 2 Oct 1772 Carter, Thomas (I9962)
 
8674 Will witness: Stephen Penrose, Jr. Richards, Jane (I20093)
 
8675 William Alfred Sherbourne is in the Kevin Jones family tree that is on display at this same website. However, I put all his information into the Complete family tree. One day I will move it over. I appreciate the contribution by Frank Fergason.
Dave Howard Nov 2010 
Sherbourne, William Alfred (I36133)
 

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