spouse: Sansone, Anna (~1914 - 1996)
Burial - [date: 25 JUN 1979] [place: DeWitt, Onondaga Co, NY at St Mary's Cemetery]Section 96, Lot 132, Grave 4. 01-05-1999: Information supplied by St. Mary's Cemetery; Dewitt, NY indicates that Lorenzo's last name is Girolomi, but this is incorrect. The name of the tombstone is DiGirolomo.
Marriage NoteThey live currently in Huntington Beach, CA.
spouse: Watkins, Joseph William (1914 - 1994)
Burial - [date: 24 AUG 1985] [place: Beverly Hills, Citrus Co, FL at Memorial Gardens]
Baptism - [date: 21 NOV 1982] [place: St Clair Shores, Macomb Co, MI at St Germaine Church]
Graduation - [date: JUN 2000]
----------child: Doll, Christina Maria (1982 - )
Divorce - [date: 1990]
Education - [date: ABT 1988] [place: Providence, Providence Co, RI at Providence College]
Education - [date: ABT 1988] [place: Kingston, Washington Co, RI at University of Rhode Island]
Education - [date: ABT 1988] [place: Fairfield, Fairfield Co, CT at Fairfield University]
Cole, KY was once a post office on the Middle Creek Road, located at the Oscar Richardson home.spouse: Shepherd, Grace (*1913 - )
spouse: Allen, Levi (1872 - 1945)
Burial - [place: Magoffin Co, KY at Levi Allen Cemetery]
spouse: Rini, Lucille Jo Ann (*1921 - <1996)
Death NoteHeadline: James L. "Jim" Driskill Publication Date: September 03, 1996 Source: The Daily Oklahoman Page: 22 Region: Oklahoma
Obituary: DRISKILL James L. "Jim" 75, of OKC was born November 12, 1920 in Okemah, Oklahoma to Lon and Vera Driskill. He married Lucille Jo Ann Rini, October 23, 1943. She preceded him in death. He departed this life Saturday, August 31, 1996 to be with his Lord and Saviour and rejoin his beloved Lucille. Jim served in the U. S Coast Guard during WWII and was a musician in The Coast Guard Dance Band. He was a member of South Lindsay Baptist Church and a retired Salesman. He was instrumental in promoting his son and grandsons to develop their musical talent as accomplished drummers. He is survived by his children Jim & Lynelle Driskill, Cheryl Vanzant, Debbie & Tony Moreno, Pam & Dennis Andrews, 10 grandchildren, 4 great grandchildren, and a host of family members in Cleveland, Ohio. Funeral service will be 12:00 noon, Wednesday at South Lindsay Baptist Church with a graveside service in Okemah at 2:30 p.m.
spouse: Maxwell, Charles William (1869 - 1913)
Burial - [date: 7 APR 1938] [place: Buffalo, Erie Co, NY at Holy Cross Cemetery]
1900 Census: lists his name as Bernard, not Barnerd. Age is given as 33 yrs. with a birth of December, 1866 in New York.spouse: , Christina (*1870 - )
spouse: Smythe, ? (*1862 - )
1900 Census: lists his age as 22 yrs. with a birth of February, 1878 in New York.
1900 Census: lists her age as 14 yrs. with a birth of October 1885 in New York.
----------child: Salyer, Isaiah (1752 - 1818)
Marriage NoteElizabeth DUNN is the assumed name, based on tradition and naming patterns. Her father, Henry DUNN, a shoemaker, is listed in the records of Chowan Co., NC in 1754 and was an associate of friends of Zachariah SALYER.
spouse: Whitaker, Martha (1869 - )
Census - [date: 1870] [place: Magoffin Co, KY]Pct. 3/household 6: Jermiah Dunn, age 23, male, white, farmer, value of real estate $218, value of personal property $174, born KY. Sarah Dunn, 23, female, white, keeping house, born KY. Amarica J. Dunn, 1, female, white, at home, born KY.
----------child: Dunn, Margaret (1908 - 1992)
Marriage NoteInformation from "The Journal of the Magoffin County Historical Society" Vol. 17, No. 1, Spring 1995, pg. 13. Jeremiah had 4 marriages (the 4th to Martha Whitaker), and 20/22 children.
Letty may have been a one-half Cherokee Indian.spouse: Howard, Thomas (1720 - )
Subj: Re: Elizabeth Howard Date: 7/9/99 7:34:06 PM Eastern Daylight Time
From: DDoolin To: LaurieMcK
My cousin and I found your line of info the most fascinating thing we have found in a long time. If you could (I know this may be asking too much) send me starting with Thomas and Letty's children all the info you have. It would help many. There are so many researching this line.
I have some more info on Letty. I have been in contact with many Native researchers. They all knew of Letty already. People have been trying to prove her origin for some time. Native researchers do believe Letty to be full blood Cherokee because of her location and time of birth and because Durham is a very well known Indian name.
There are many Durham's still living on Reservations today. They got the name from a Missionary who helped the Cherokee people.
There was also a recent book published (I forget the title). It was about the Revolutionary War. It had a lot about Thomas Howard and a Cherokee Chief named Shyuica he fought with for the British. It leads you to believe that Thomas was well-liked by the Cherokee people. This info I got from NAAH kitty. She published a newsletter about Native Americans. I know Thomas was killed by Indians but it was probably the Shawnee Indians. Take care, Amber
Birth NoteSee note for her husband.
----------child: Howard, James (1752 - 1857)
Marriage NoteThe rumor that he was killed by raiding Indians is refuted by Elizabeth Salyer in her book.
spouse: Scarpace, Salvatore Woodrow (1917 - )
Burial - [date: 22 NOV 1969] [place: Brownstown Twp, Wayne Co, MI at Our Lady of Hope Cemetery]There is no marker: Section 3, Lot U 35, Grave 6. Sal has said that his plan is to exhume Dorothy and have her buried in the family plot in Mt Olivet Cemetery in Detroit, MI.
Death NoteDorothy died in a hepatic coma due to acute leukemia. She was 48.
----------child: Scarpace, Diane Geralyn (1954 - )
Marriage NoteSal and Dorothy met at the Greystone Ballroom on Thanksgiving Day during a leave from the service. His brother Bill and he went there in the evening. Sal spotted Dorothy, asked her to dance, she refused. He asked her later, she refused again. He finally asked her why she was there. She said: not to dance with him! Eventually the evening came to an end. Sal offered to drive Dorothy and her friend home - they lived in a boarding house for women - no men allowed inside. The girls had an 11:00 curfew - although the rules were bent once in a while. In spite of her refusal to dance that Thanksgiving evening, Sal persevered and they dated, and eventually they were married.
spouse: Mccarty, Matilda (1852 - 1919)
Birth NoteMy previous informations gives Abner's birthdate as May 1850 in Floyd Co., KY.
Everett died as an infant.
----------child: Dykes, Elsie (1902 - 1965)