Peter Gustaf Netterman
Note*: Peter's Spouse is not known at this time 1887.
Burial*: Died in Sweden
Hilma Netterman Pederson+ b. 18 Nov 1864, d. 25 May 1931
Aaron William Nevers
Note*: Aaron Nevers had a farm at Richmond, Carleton County, N.B. and laterowned a farm at Union Corner, Aroostook County, Maine, U.S.A.
Marriage*: Principal=Alferetta C. Annie McLean
Birth*: 19 July 1868, Prince William, York County, New Brunswick, Canada
Death*: 11 November 1931, Aroostook County, Maine, U.S.A.
Alferetta C. Annie McLean b. 1861, d. 23 August 1915
Frances 'Fanny' Nevers
Burial*: In the cemetery on the hill opposite the village of Coldstream, New Bunswick. Canada
Note*: William and Fanny Hayward came to Rockland in 1836. They brought withthem two young daughters, one 3 years and the other about 18 months old.William's first wife was Frances 'Fanny' Nevers. She was born at LincolnAug. 31, 1812, and they were married there Mar. 1832. Her parents wereNathaniel and Hannah Nevers. Fanny Hayward died at Rockland, CarletonCo., Nov. 12, 1847, aged 35 years, leaving William with six children,aged 1 to 14 years.
Birth*: 31 August 1812, Lincoln, Sunbury County, New Brunswick, Canada
Marriage*: 17 March 1832, Lincoln, Sunbury County, New Brunswick, Canada, Principal=William Hayward
Death*: 12 November 1847, Rockland, Carleton County, New Brunswick, Canada
Father: Nathaniel Nevers
Mother: (?) Hannah
William Hayward b. 8 October 1810
Clarissa M. Hayward+ b. 7 Jan 1833
Frances H. Hayward b. 14 Dec 1834, d. 12 Apr 1889
Isabella H. Hayward b. 22 May 1837
Amos Henry Hayward b. 4 Aug 1839
George Nevers Hayward b. 24 Nov 1841, d. 5 Sep 1845
William Allen Hayward+ b. 8 Apr 1844, d. 1 Nov 1930
George Nevers Hayward b. 14 Jun 1846, d. 14 Nov 1875
Almeda Jane Hayward b. 13 Jun 1851, d. 29 Mar 1862
Margaret Eliza Ann Nevers
Birth*: 4 February 1828, Maugreville, Sunbury County, New Brunswick, Canada
Marriage*: May 1850, Carleton County, New Brunswick, Canada, Principal=Nehemiah Purdy Estabrooks
Death*: 23 May 1882, Linneus, Aroostoock County, Maine, U.S.A.
Father: Alexander Nevers
Mother: Millicent Peters
Nehemiah Purdy Estabrooks b. 26 June 1826, d. 5 December 1913
Millicent Estabrooks+ b. 2 Jul 1851, d. 3 Dec 1916
David Estabrooks b. 30 Dec 1852
Elizabeth 'Eliza' H. Estabrooks+ b. 11 Apr 1860, d. 5 Apr 1920
Clarinda 'Clara' J. Estabrooks b. 7 Feb 1862
Charles W. Estabrooks b. 12 Jun 1864
Annie Estabrooks b. 21 Jan 1866, d. 12 Jan 1934
W. Nevers Estabrooks b. 14 Jun 1868, d. 4 Mar 1939
Frederick J. Estabrooks b. 1870
Millicent Peters Nevers
Birth*: 14 April 1826, Saint John, Staint John County, New Brunswick, Canada
Marriage*: 16 November 1845, Rockland, New Brunswick, Canada, Principal=David Jarvis Estabrooks
Death*: 19 October 1889, Ashland, Carleton County, New Brunswick, Canada
Father: Alexander Nevers
Mother: Millicent Peters
David Jarvis Estabrooks b. 6 August 1818, d. 15 May 1848
Isabel Eliza Estabrooks b. 17 Jun 1847, d. 8 Sep 1905
James Henry 'Henry' Nevil
Burial*: NcLaughlin Heights, Vancouver, Clark County, Washington, U.S.A.
Event-Misc*: Evergreen Cemetery, McLaughlin Heights, Vancouver, Washington, U.S.A., Type: Fact #1
Birth*: Travis County, Illinois, U.S.A.
Marriage*: 1896, Principal=Carrie 'Onie' Leona Morris
Father: Michael K. O'Nevil Or Nevil
Carrie 'Onie' Leona Morris b. 3 July 1871, d. 13 March 1956
Steven 'Steve' Nevil+ b. 9 Jan 1898
Teddie 'Ted' Nevil b. 1901, d. 1921
Michael K. O'Nevil Or Nevil
Note*: 'My grandad, Michael K. O'Nevil came from Ireland. After coming toAmerica he dropped the'O'. He said it was too much bother, so it's beenNevil ever since. He married my grandmother (also from Ireland) afterthey came over. 'He had been on a whaling ship and had gotten into a ruckus with thefirst mate and the captain. They each had a belaying pin, but it didn'tdo them much good. They were going to put him in irons and take him backto Ireland, but after the ruckus was over he jumped ship and swam toanother ship, about three miles distant, that was headed for America. Henever went back to Ireland. 'The first I knew of him is when they left Travis County, Illinois, wheremy father, James Henry 'Henry' Nevil was born. They went from there toRockford, Illinois. When they left Illinois they had a wagon and threehorses. My dad rode the lead horse. They landed in Pueblo, Colorado,where grandad had a fruit and confectionery store. I don't know whenthey left there. 'The next thing I have is they were living on Redwater next to the BearLodge Mountains in Wyoming. They were there during the winter of 1886when so many of the big cattlemen lost all their cattle. My dad saidwhen the snow went off the next spring the cattle carcasses floated downall the dry draws so thick that a person could have stepped from one tothe other all the way across. How long they were there I have no idea.Neither do I know whether grandad had homesteaded there or whether theywere on someone else's place, but he and Grandma had to go to Spearfish,South Dakota on business and left three children there till they camehome. Micheal K. Nevil homesteaded April 9, 1892, Township 53 north andRange 62 West. 'My Aunt Emma was the oldest, then dad, and then George. One night Emmathought she heard a noise that should,t have been in the other part ofthe house. She got a butcher knife and went to see (without a light).She was pretty quiet and there was a man outside. He had gotten thewindow up and had stuck his arm inside and caught hold of the window sillto climb in. That's when Aunt Emma chopped his fingers off with thebutcher knife. The fingers were still there when their folks came home.Granda notified all the doctors in the country of what happened and tolet him know if anyone came in to get taken care of. They all said noone came and no one ever saw anyone with fingers gone. Grandad wanted tomeet that man pretty bad. 'The next I knew, he had set up a boot and shoe store in Spearfish, SouthDakota. He made boots and shoes all by hand. How long long he was thereI have no idea. My grandmother died a short time before my folks weremarried in 1896. James Henry Nevil married Onie Morris in 1896. She wasa sister of Nina (Morris) Mahoney and Jasper W. 'Will' Morris. 'I was born January 9, 1898 and was about two years old when grandad cameout to the ranch for a short time. My father homesteaded down BeaverCreek, north of Alva, Wyoming. I had one brother, Teddie 'Ted' James,who died in 1920 from an appendicitis operation. 'Aunt Emma married Dan Casey of Spearfish, South Dakota. They had sixchildren, one set of twins, Katy and Agnes, Jim, the oldest boy, Franknext and a set of twin boys, Raymond and Russell. Aunt Emma, Frank andthe twin boys moved to Sheridan, Wyoming after Dan died. Katy marriedGeurney Robb of Belle Fourche, South Dakota who worked for J. C. EcclesHardware for many years. I don't remember who Agnes married nor wherethey lived. 'George Nevil, my dad's brother )I never saw him) was a red headed man,and worked for a railroad company. He had a leg cut off from a railroadaccident and died not long after. I don't know if it was from losing theleg or not. 'I married Lucye M. Jay from over close to Alzada, Montana, up MedicineCreek above the Cross Anchor Ranch. We had five children, Henry Jay,Loyce, Genevieve, Phyllis Jean, Bob Joe and Daniel Albert. We lost Danin 1976 from a heart attack. He left three children, two boys Scott Jay,David James and a girl, Dani Marie. We also have thirteen grandchildrenand five great grandchildren. 'My folks are both buried at Vancouver Washington, Evergreen Cemetery,McLaughlin, Heights The account is found on pages359 and 360 in the book, 'Pioneers of CrookCounty 1876-1920' by Crook County Historical Society, Crook County,Wyoming, Published by State Publishing Company, 303 East Sioux, Pierre,South Dakota and Copyright 1981, Crook County Historical Society,Sundance, Wyoming.
Birth*: From Ireland
James Henry 'Henry' Nevil+
Teddie 'Ted' Nevil
Burial*: Lot 76, Alva, Crook County, Wyoming, U.S.A.
Death*: 1921, near Alva, Crook County, Wyoming, U.S.A., Unknown GEDCOM info: Acute Aappendicitis operation
Father: James Henry 'Henry' Nevil
Mother: Carrie 'Onie' Leona Morris b. 3 July 1871, d. 13 March 1956
Marriage*: before 18 October 1424, Yorkshire, England, Principal=Richard Plantagenet
Father: Ralph I de Neville b. 1364, d. 21 October 1425
Mother: Joan de Beaufort Countess b. circa 1375, d. 13 November 1440
Richard Plantagenet b. 20 September 1411, d. 31 December 1460
Anne Plantagenet+ b. 10 Aug 1439, d. 14 Jan 1475
Henry Plantagenet b. bt 10 Feb 1440 - 1441
Edward IV Plantagenet+ b. 28 Apr 1442, d. 9 Apr 1483
Edmund Plantagenet b. 17 May 1443, d. 31 Dec 1460
Elizabeth Plantagenet b. 22 Apr 1444, d. 1502
Margaret Plantagenet b. 3 May 1446, d. 23 Nov 1503
William Plantagenet b. 7 Jul 1447
John Plantagenet b. 7 Nov 1448
George Plantagenet b. 1449, d. bt 18 Feb 1477 - 1478
Thomas Plantagenet b. c 1450
Richard III Plantagenet+ b. 2 Oct 1452, d. 22 Aug 1485
Ursula Plantagenet b. c 1454
Richard Neville 16th Earl of Warwick1
Marriage*: Principal=Anne Beauchamp
Fact 1*: between 1449 and 1471, He was made 16th Earl of Warwick, in the right of his wife, becoming one of the most powerful nobles in England. He was known as "The Kingmaker".
Fact 2*: between 1455 and 1460, He was Governor of Calais, France.
Fact 3*: 1460, He was 9th Earl of Salisbury.
Fact 4*: 1461, He was Knight of the Garter.
Death*: 1471, Richard died in a battle with the Yorkists.
Father: Richard Neville 8th Earl of Salisbury
Marriage*: Principal=Anne Beauchamp
Anne Beauchamp b. circa September 1426
Isabel Neville b. b 1456
Anne Neville+ b. 11 Jun 1456, d. 1485
He was known as 'The Kingmaker'.
Note*: Person Source
Marriage*: Principal=Martha Corey
Birth*: circa 1780
Death*: January 1861
Martha Corey b. 22 October 1785, d. 6 February 1849
Note*: Person Source
Marriage*: Principal=Linda Brown
Birth*: circa 1906
Linda Brown b. circa 1907
Note*: CHRISTIAN6 NEWCOMB (Zaccheus5, Thomas4, Simon3, Andrew2, Andrew1)
Birth*: 1759, Pleasant Valley, Dutchess, New York
Marriage*: 27 September 1782, Principal=Hannah Fowler
Death*: July 1812, Near Puoghkeepsie, New York
Hannah Fowler d. July 1834
Sarah Maria Newcomb+ b. 11 May 1798, d. 6 Sep 1860
Death*: Cornwallis, Annapolis County, Nova Scotia, Canada
Walter Russell Newcomb
Marriage*: 15 September 1751, Principal=William Moase
William Moase b. 17 June 1731, d. 11 October 1772
John Moase+ b. 16 Aug 1761, d. Deceased
Note*: Silas Titus. b. ca. 1570. d. Nov. 24, 1637 at Bushey, Hertfordshire, England. Soapmaker. m. 1st Jane Newdyke, daughter of Robert, ca. 1599.She d. ca. 1621. m. 2nd Constantia Colly on Apr. 10, 1621 at St. Benet, Paul's Wharf, London, England. (See Family Tree Maker, Vol. 2, File2013). She d. Oct. 22, 1667 at Bushey. Both Silas and Constantia buriedat St. James Church, Bushey, Hertfordshire, England. See also Vol. 2,File 5903.
Marriage*: circa 1599, Principal=Silas Titus
Death*: circa 1621
Father: Robert Newdyke
Silas Titus b. circa 1570, d. 24 November 1637
Robert Titus+ b. c 1600, d. c 1679
Joan Titus b. 1611
Jane Titus b. 1614
Jane Newdyke+ d. c 1621