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351 Somehow connected to the KOTIL family - one of his children was born in the KOTIL home GOODELL, John (I03712)
352 State of Oregon, Oregon Death Index, 1903-1998, Salem, OR, USA: Oregon State Archives and Records Center Source (S218)
353 Stillborn KAZCMAREK, Girl (I04102)
354 Suicide FLETCHER, Albert Edward (I01968)
355 Suicide O'BRIEN, Michael (I06012)
356 Tennessee State Marriages, 1780-2002, Nashville, TN, USA: Tennessee State Library and Archives Source (S226)
357 Texas Department of State Health Services, Texas Divorce Index, 1968-2002, Texas, USA: Texas Department of State Health Services Source (S253)
358 Texas Department of State Health Services, Texas Divorce Index, 1968-2002, Texas, USA: Texas Department of State Health Services Source (S235)
359 Texas Department of State Health Services. <i>Texas Divorce Index, 1968-2011</i>. Texas, USA: Texas Department of State Health Services. Source (S559)
360 The final big mystery in Florence's life is that when she immigrated to Canada she indicated that she was going there
to "marry W. Bindon" in Vermilion, Canada. There was in fact a William BINDON, widowed, living in Vermilion at the time
but there is no evidence that she ever did marry him. In the 1921 Canadian census she is living with William BINDON and listed as a "servant". William BINDON also came from the Somersetshire area.
Florence immigrated in 1919 with 2 of her children, William and May. In 1921, Edith and Albert joined her in Vermilion.
May married Ronald BIRD in 1925 there. Florence died at her daughter Edith's home in St Paul, MN in 1927.
UPDATE 2018: Florence apparently did marry William Bindon 2 years after she immigrated to Canada in 1921. I will add the marriage certificate when I receive it from the Alberta Archives. 
FLETCHER, Florence (I03968)
361 The Last Will and Testament of William COFFEY d 1858 says that his son in law, William RYAN is from Ballingoola, County LImerick, Ireland.
I am guessing about the parents of William RYAN based mainly on the naming of his children. I am assuming that his parents are named John and Mary based on his first 2 children. 
RYAN, William (I05448)
362 The mortality among the policemen this year was re- markably high. George Gubbins, lock-up keeper at the Harrison street station, died of cancer. (1881) from book: "History of the Chicago police from the settlement of the community to the present time, under authority of the mayor and superintendent of the force" found this message on Dear Ronald I wanted to reply to his message before I forgot. I have a photograph of George Gubbins b. Knocklong, County Limerick 1810, d. 1881 Chicago. The notation on reverse side states that he was a Captain of Police. George married a Jane O'Farrell, also of Limerick, and her probate records reveal that she had stepson Patrick Gubbins. Is there a connection? David Barry (email address doesn't work),o,farrell::gubbins::33.html GUBBINS, George G (I03513)
363 This is a very tenuous connection - I am not completely convinced that the John ZAJICEK living in Chicago was our Jan Nepomak ZAJICEK, but this is how I made the connection. I found a birth certificate for a baby girl born on 11 Jun 1877 (no first name given) to a John ZAJICEK and Franteska KOTVA. In the 1880 Census I found a John and Franseska SEIZAK living with their 3 year old daughter Mary. I believe SIEZAK is actually ZAJICEK. In 1898 there was a death certificate for Franteska ZAJICEK. In 1900 I found a Mary BABKA (married name) living with her husband Frank, and her father John ZAJICEK. It says she was born in Jun 1877. Also John was an undertaker like his brother Vaclav, and I have seen his name on many family member's death certificates. ZAJICEK, Jan Nepomak (I02777)
364 This is the family that Olympic Gold Medalist Patrick RYAN was living with in 1920 in NY. I was trying to find out if they were related to Patrick and if they came from Pallasgrean as well.
DWYER, Michael (I03039)
365 This wedding date is based on the date on their wedding pictures. Family F00539
366 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I03359)
367 United States Federal Census 1900 United States Federal Census Name: Henrietta Zajicek [Henretta Zajack] Home in 1900: Danville Ward 1, Vermilion, Illinois Age: 3 Birth Date: Mar 1897 Birthplace: Illinois Race: White Ethnicity: American Gender: Female Relationship to Head of House: Daughter Father's Name: J A Father's Birthplace: Bohemia Mother's Name: Josie A Mother's Birthplace: Bohemia Marital Status: Single Residence : Danville City, Vermilion, Illinois Occupation: View on Image Household Members: Name Age J A Zajicek 37 Josie A Zajicek 26 I Amelia Zajicek 6 Edward Zajicek 4 Henrietta Zajicek 3 Annie Zajicek 1 Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Danville Ward 1, Vermilion, Illinois; Roll T623_348; Page: 2A; Enumeration District: 67. ZAJICEK, Jindriska "Henrietta" (I03351)
368 Various publishers of County Land Ownership Atlases. Microfilmed by the Library of Congress, Washington, D.C. Source (S294)
369 Verbal notes from Raymond Blecha before he died, stated that Blanche's parents (Vaclav and Barbara) had three children who were born dead, or died at a very young age. He stated that the first two were girls. That last one (also the tenth child) was male. These total numbers are consistent with what Camille wrote in her statement supporting Blanche's petition for a name change. Also, the 1900 census show that Barbara Zajicek says that has had 7 children, but only 5 are living with them. Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Chicago Ward 9, Cook, Illinois; Roll: T623 254; Page: 2A; Enumeration District: 237. ZAJICEK, Unknown (I02568)
370 Wealthy boyfriend of Christina Brecka WEISSKOPF, Max A. (I03785)
371 Went to So. Hamilton, MA. and spent 30 years at the Myopia Hunt Club.
Info from Glenda Bishop
MCGARRY, Edward L (I01393)
372 When Frederick SELLARS immigrated to Australia in 1879 on the "Lusitania", he changed his name to Frederick STILLWELL. He then married Elizabeth GRAY, who had changed her name from Elizabeth FLETCHER SELLARS, Frederick (I04988)
373 With some noted exceptions all marriage records in this collection can be found at the Family History Library in Salt Lake City, Utah, or available through Family History Centers throughout the United States. For specific source information listed by county see the extended description above or the see the source information listed for each entry. Source (S301)
374 World War I Draft Registration: Adolf Scharf, 32; 2504 S. Harding Ave., Chicago, Cook Co., IL; born 13 Apr 1886; white; native born citizen; asst. sales manager, Atto Reinman?, 155 _. Lake St., Chicago; wife Mrs. Ella Scharf, 2504 S. Harding Ave., Cook Co., IL; medium height, stout, black eyes, black hair; registered 12 Sep 1918. 1910 census 1930 census, Cicero, Cook Co., IL SCHARF, Adolph (I02851)
375 World War I Selective Service System Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 Source (S435)
376 UNKNOWN, Carol (I05023)
377 BIGELOW, G. M (I03812)
378 UNKNOWN, Marie V (I02491)
379 LAMB, Margaret E (I01781)
380 ROWLEY, John (I02016)
381 JURGENS, Russ (I01882)
382 KOTIL OR GOODELL OR KOTEL, Arthur (I04874)
383 MILLER, George Thomas (I03618)
384 CIKANEK, Helen June (I01081)
385 LAPINA, Nicholas (I03353)
386 BOATMAN, William C (I00387)
387 REILING, Philip (I00821)
388 ALLEGREE, Milly (I03506)
389 LEVSEN, Guelphe Maxine (I03307)
390 GILLESPIE, Ellengene (I01780)
391 Family F00433
392 Family F01170
393 Family F00456
394 Yes, her maiden name really seems to be HOBB! HOBB, Jane (I05366)
395 Yes, Johanna's maiden name seems to be O'BRIEN
O'BRIEN, Johanna (I04621)
396 Yorkshire Parish Records Source (S349)
397 Yorkshire Parish Records Source (S323)
398 Yorkshire Parish Records Source (S321)

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