09 October 2015
08 October 2015
07 October 2015
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6-10-1815 [October 6, 1815]
c.258, p. 461.
Indian Reserve, Malden.
Information from the Inquest:
06 October 2015
05 October 2015
Forty Dollars Reward. Baltimore County, October 5, 1777. Ran away, last night, from the subscriber, an English servant man named Samuel Phillips, a Weaver by trade, about 26 years of age (then follows a description of his last appearance)... . Whoever takes up the said servant, and secures him, so that his master gets him again, shall have Ten Dollars (etc). [Signed] William Goodwin, N.B. As he can write, he may forge a pass.
Very Rare. Of interest as showing that the old colonial law governing Master and Servant was still in effect.
04 October 2015
Kentucky Probate Records, Nelson Will records index, 1786-1961, Vol. 1:
Will - A-394 [Image 162]
4 October 1799
John McGawey [McGarvey?]
Inventory of the John Ash Estate
John Ash [and others] In Index
03 October 2015
02 October 2015
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Juilleret, Constantine J.
Juilleret, Elsie (Administratrix)
Comte, Edward, Stepchild, Father, Victor Comte, Mother, Elsie
Comte, Charles, " " "
Comte, Ama, " "
Petition of Charles Comte, Village of Rochester, Oakland County, Michigan
Married 20 August 1865 in Wayne County, Michigan.
Event Place: Michigan
Household Role Gender Age Birthplace
Constantine Juilberet M 32 France
Elisa Juilberet F 34 France
Eturora Juilberet F 1 Michigan
Edward Comte M 13 Illinois
Charles Comte M 11 Illinois
Emma Comte F 8 Michigan
The father of the Comte children, Victor Comte, was a corporal in the 5th Michigan Cavalry who was killed in battle (date of death 11 May 1864) "at Meadow Bridge near Richmond, Virginia."
Affidavit by Horace W. Dodge, Captain of Co. C, 5th Cavalry; he was acquainted with Victor E. Comte, who, while engaged in a battle at Yellow Tavern near Richmond, Virginia, suffered a gunshot wound that caused his death [notarized in Hamilton County, Ohio]. He mustered in as a wagon maker.
Victor Comte, of Berne, Switzerland, son of Xavier Comte and Catherine Cortin?, and Elsie Barbier [could be Barbie], of Valen___, Department of Dombs, France, daughter of Frederick Barbier and Elizabeth Siegler, were married on August 6, 1853, at the French Presbyterian Church in Detroit,
Elsie resided at the corner of Riopelle and Lafayette streets in Detroit.