Thomas BAKER

1607 - 28 Jan 1683

Father: John BAKER
Mother: Elizabeth ?

Family 1 : Elizabeth ?
  1. +Sarah BAKER
Family 2 : Mary GAMBLIN

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 _John BAKER _________|
| (1585 - ....) m 1607|
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|                        
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|--Thomas BAKER 
|  (1607 - 1683)
|                      __
|                     |  
|_Elizabeth ? ________|
   m 1607             |
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David BURPEE

22 Apr 1752 - 31 May 1845

Family 1 : Betsy GALLISHAN
  1. +John BURPEE

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Isaac DAYTON

____ - 30 Dec 1756

Father: Isaac DAYTON
Mother: Rebecca TUTTLE

Family 1 : Elizabeth TODD
  1. +Isaac DAYTON

                       _Samuel DAYTON ______+
                      | (.... - 1690)       
 _Isaac DAYTON _______|
| (1655 - ....) m 1684|
|                     |_Madelene ? _________
|                                           
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|--Isaac DAYTON 
|  (.... - 1756)
|                      _____________________
|                     |                     
|_Rebecca TUTTLE _____|
  (1664 - ....) m 1684|
                      |_____________________
                                            

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Norval L. ELDRIDGE

[1724]

____ - 3 Nov 1998

Father: George A. ELDRIDGE
Mother: Helen D. HUTTON

Family 1 : Jean ADAMS
  1. +G. Allan ELDRIDGE
  2.  Marilyn J. ELDRIDGE
  3.  Judith ELDRIDGE

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 _George A. ELDRIDGE _|
|                     |
|                     |__
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|--Norval L. ELDRIDGE 
|  (.... - 1998)
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|                     |  
|_Helen D. HUTTON ____|
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[1724] Information on Norval, wife and children from obituary in the Telegraph-Journal, 04-Nov-1998.

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Henry E. HANSELPACKER

[319] [320]

1846 - ____

Father: William Henry HANSELPACKER
Mother: Mary Ann CLARK


                               _John HANSELPACKER __+
                              | (1773 - 1845) m 1799
 _William Henry HANSELPACKER _|
| (1804 - 1884) m 1829        |
|                             |_Julia BALMAIN ______+
|                               (1783 - 1830) m 1799
|
|--Henry E. HANSELPACKER 
|  (1846 - ....)
|                              _George CLARK _______+
|                             | (1787 - ....) m 1808
|_Mary Ann CLARK _____________|
  (1809 - 1884) m 1829        |
                              |_Margaret BAIRD _____+
                                (1787 - 1827) m 1808

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[319] There are two Henry Henselbeckers who, at one time, were considered to match this Henry, however, to date, no proof allows for such a connection. Though, in time, I do believe the Henselbecker line in Montana will connect to the Hanselpacker line in New Brunswick.

The ONLY way this Henry could be the same as fought in Civil War, who was ALSO born in 1846, is if the term "half-brother" used by the Bottler brothers in Montana was not meant as a biological reference. Also, the information from Mr. Henry Henselbecker of California, regarding his father being the Civil War vet but NOT the man discussed along with the Bottlers, that THAT man was the Civil War vet's father, then the connection to the Hanselpackers would have to be through original ancestors in Germany.

[320] An excerpt from the OnLineBook - http://www.cr.nps.gov/history/online_books/haines1/iee2.htm

"Yellowston National Park: Its Exploration and Establishment (Part II)" - towards the beginning of the part, is an entry from the author which reads:

"As spring turned to summer, Philetus W. Norris returned to Montana to further his various land schemes along the projected route of the Northern Pacific Railway. Of this visit he says: [65]

At Helena I learned from Gen. Washburn and T. C. Everts that there were rumors of Capt. deLacy, Messrs. Cook and Folsom, and some gold hunters having at various times reached some portions of the Geyser regions, but so far I have failed to find any published or other reliable description of them, or their location or route of reaching them.

Gov. Ashley, Washburn and Everts were talking of a party up the Madison in the following autumn.

Firm in the opinion that the Yellowstone route was the true one, I obtained all possible information here and at Bozeman, and near the latter place found an old used up mountaineer named Dunn, who claimed to have gone with James Bridger and another trapper, who was soon after killed by the Indians in Arizona, via Yellowstone Lake to Green River, in 1865, and, from his statements I made a rough map of their route. [66]

Leaving Everts at Fort Ellis [where he had business with the post sutler], with horse and Winchester rifle, I alone followed the Indian trail through the famous Spring Canon, and left the main pass and trail near the lignite coal bed. I thence crossed the beautiful grassy divide, still full of buffalo wallows, and following a continuous line of rough stone heaps from 2 to 5 feet high, to, and beyond Trail creek an estimated distance of 40 miles from here without seeing a human habitation, to the only one of white men upon the north bank of the Yellowstone.

Norris stopped there for several days with the Bottler brothersFrederick, Philip, and Henry, [67] [[[EDITORS NOTE: Henry is Henry "Hank" Henselbecker]]] enjoying their wild solitude. However,

The main object of my visit being to ascertain the possibility of an exploring party going through the upper canon and the Lava, or ancient volcanic country beyond, so as to reach the wonders said to be around Yellowstone Lake, several days were spent, with Frederick Bottler as guide, in climbing the Basaltic mountains and dark defiles, the mountain horses of Cayuse characteristics, climbing, like goats or mountain sheep, much of the way. Assured that with the fall of waters a party might in August reach at least the great falls of Yellowstone, we ought to have returned, but believing the Indians were across the next range of mountains upon a buffalo hunt, elated with the wonders found, and hoping to reach greater, and if possible be the first men to reach the Sulphur Mountains and Mud Volcanoes, and possibly the great falls and Yellowstone Lake, we rashly pushed on.

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Robert MARKHAM

[1890]

ABT 1406 - ____

Father: John MARKHAM
Mother: Elizabeth DE CRESSY

Family 1 : Elizabeth DE BOURDON
  1. +Robert MARKHAM

                        _Robert MARKHAM _____+
                       | (1322 - ....)       
 _John MARKHAM ________|
| (1368 - 1409)        |
|                      |_Isabel CAUNTON _____+
|                        (1335 - ....)       
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|--Robert MARKHAM 
|  (1406 - ....)
|                       _Roger DE CRESSY ____
|                      |                     
|_Elizabeth DE CRESSY _|
  (1378 - ....)        |
                       |_____________________
                                             

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[1890] High Sheriff of Nottingham and Derby in 1434

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Roy Edwin MORTON

[1007]

____ - ____

Father: Donald Neil MORTON
Mother: Helen Gertrude HANDSPIKER


                              _Velven Leroy MORTON _____
                             |                          
 _Donald Neil MORTON ________|
|                            |
|                            |_Hazel Ruth TAYLOR _______
|                                                       
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|--Roy Edwin MORTON 
|  
|                             _Thomas Lorne HANDSPIKER _+
|                            | (1909 - 1989) m 1932     
|_Helen Gertrude HANDSPIKER _|
                             |
                             |_Hilda Gertrude WAGNER ___+
                               (1914 - 1987) m 1932     

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[1007] living - details excluded

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William STAPLES

[753]

ABOUT 1873 - ____

Family 1 : Maud Mary SLOAT
  1. +Donald STAPLES

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[753] William and Mary appear in the 1920 US Census, in Malden, Massachusetts. He's 47, she's 39. She entered the US in 1901 and naturalized in 1918, same year they were married. He was born in Maine, as were his mother and father. She, of course in Canada, same for parents. William's listed occupation is "Telegraph Worker" employer "Railroad".

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