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151 "Mary J. Vance" is listed as a minor heir in the probate records for John W. Vance, dec'd.; Nodaway Co., MO

1880 MO Census; Nodaway Co., Independence
household of Robert & Mary Ann McCrery
Mary J. Vance; neice; 12y; MO-VA-IL

1885 CO State Census; Boulder Co.
h/h of charles & Nancy YATES
Mary J. Vance; boarder; 18y; scholar; MO-IL-IL
Maggie Vance; 8y; MO-IL-IL

1900 IA Census; Dickinson Co., Westport; #0037
233/236: John Vance; July 1872; 27y; s; MO-Germ-Eng; farmer
Mary Merriam; sister; Jan 1868; 32y; wd; MO-Germ-Eng
Jenny G. Merriam; niece; Apl 1881; 12y; s; CO-Mass-MO
Betty F. Merriam; niece; Oct 1891; 8y; CO-Mass-MO

1910 IA Census; Dickinson Co., Milford
/196: Charles DOSH; 39y;; md-3y; IA-NY-OH; farmer
Mary Dosh; wife; 42y; md-3y; MO-Germ-OH

1915 Iowa State Census; Dickinson Co., Milford
Mary Dosh; 47y; md; able to Read/Write; res. of IA for 15y; father born Germ; mother born Eng;

Charley E. Dosh and Mrs. Mary J. Merriam were united in marriage at the bride's home on Thanksgiving evening by Rev. M. D. Bush. At the close of the pleasing ceremony all sat down to a well filled table. A large number of friends were present among whom were the groom's sister, Mrs. M. J. Tobin, and her three sons, of Clinton, Iowa, and the bride's brother, C. Vance, and his daughter, of Pender, Nebraska. The bridal couple went at once to the groom's home two and one-half miles southeast of town.

[The Milford Mail, Dec. 5, 1907.]

Our community was shocked on Wednesday morning of last week, when a message came that Mrs. C. E. Dosh had passed away at Rochester, Minn. at 2 o'clock that morning. Mrs. Dosh has been a sufferer from diabetes for several years, but when she left with Mrs. Vance she was in good spirits and seemed to feel as well as usual. She was taken sick with influenza while there and the best medical attendance was of no avail. Mr. and Mrs. Dosh have had very poor health for some time and a year ago they bought a home in Old Milford and after renting the farm to A. Wickham moved to their own home on January 1st, which they expected to enjoy for some years, but it was not to be.

Mary Vance was born in Gentry Co., Missouri. Jan. 22. 1867. She joined the Christian church at the age of 14, was married to John Merriam in 1887. Three children were born to this union. Mrs. Jennie Hotchkiss, Mrs. Betty Wickham and Edwin who died at the age of fourteen months. She made her home with her brother John Vance, until her marriage to C. E. Dosh, Nov. 27, 1907, who now mourns her loss. She passed away Nov. 6th. 1918, at the age of 51 years, 9 months and 15 days. Besides her husband and two daughters she leaves eight grandchildren and two sisters, and two brothers: John Vance, of Westport; Charles Vance, of Napier, Mo.; Mrs. J. M. Yates, of Sugar Loaf, Colo., and Mrs. Margaret Dean, of Thurston, Neb.

The remains were brought home on Friday evening, accompanied by Mr. Dosh, John Vance and Mrs. Betty Wickham. Shirt funeral services were held at the home Saturday at 10 a.m., conducted by Rev. A. J. Quirin of the Methodist church, and the body was laid to rest in the Milford Cemetery.

[The Milford Mail, Nov. 14, 1918.] 
VANCE, Mary Jane (I42453)
152 "Mattie" KENT, Martha E. (I23556)
153 "Molly Vance" is listed with Cora Vance Kincaid and family in the 1910 WV Census; Greenbrier Co. as her sister; divorced; aged 33y VANCE, Mary (I41100)
154 "Mrs. Marion - widow" STRACHAN, Marion (I40140)
155 "ninth Lord of the Manor" HANSARD, Sir Robert (I28616)
156 "Noah" does not appear listed on the 1870 WV Census with his parents-- he
would have been approximately c17-18y. old in 1870;

1870 WV Census: with John JACKSON family;
Noah S. Vance; 18y; farmhand

1880 WV Census; Kanawha Co., Jefferson:
household of W. E. KELLER; 28y; s; deals in lumber; WV
James DICKSON; 33y; s; laborer; WV
NOAH VANCE; 28y; s; laborer; VA-VA-VA

1900 WV Census; Mason Co., Pt. Pleasant Town; ED#60; pg. 166
10/10: Noah S. VANCE; May 1853; 47y; md-16y; WV-WV-WV
Anna E. Vance; wife; Mar 1863; 37y; md-16y; 5/3; WV
Minnie B. Vance; dau; Dec 1885; 14y; WV
Clyde A. Vance; son; Dec 1888; 11y; WV
Callie R. Vance; dau; ___ 1897; 3y; WV

1910 WV Census; Putnam Co., Teays Valley, Frazier's Bottom Pct., ED#166; pg. 34
36/36: Noah S. VANCE; 57y; mdx1=26y; WV
Annie E. Vance; wife; 47y; mdx1=26y; 2/2; WV
Callie R. Vance; dau; 13y; WV
Goldie E. Vance; dau; 9y; WV
Lo---- FRAZIER; bil; 32y; WV

1920 WV Census; Putnam Co., _eays Valley; ED#112:
87/87: Noah S. VANCE; 67y; md; WV
Betsie Vance; wife; 56y; md; WV
Lo__ FRAZIER; brother-in-law; 60?y; s; WV

1930 WV Census; Putnam Co., Teays Valley; ED#13; pg. 2
26/26: Noah S. VANCE; 77y; m; 31; WV
Betty E. Vance; wife; 66y; m; 17; WV
Death Certificate
Noah Vance
d. 27 April 1935
b. 09 May 1852
aged 82-11-9
Father- "William Vance"
mother- "Nancy Hope"
Informant- Clyde Vance
Buried- Home Cemetery; 29 April 1935

Frazier Cemetery; Frazier's Bottom, Putnam Co., WV
Bettie 1863-1951
Noah 1853-1935

Ohio Marriages; 1803-1900
31 Aug 1883; Gallia Co., OH
Bettie E. Frazier & Noah S. Vance 
VANCE, Noah Samuel (I41096)
157 "Ob 5 H 5" =1417 - in the Essex visitation, looks rubbish! de CHETWYND, Richard (I15257)
158 "Randi"

I am sure there were more born later, but could not pick on the census for 1920 as they had left the Jackson County area.
From Ivon Waddell. 
VANCE, Amanda Miranda (I23284)
159 "Remembrances" by John G. Foland, 1976, p66, (Stories from Noblesville,IN)

Perhaps (William) Connor and Josiah F. Polk influenced the County Commissioners in their decision by donating land for the county seat.They even took it upon themselves to name it. Since Polk was courting Miss Lavina Noble, he wanted the town named after her. It isunderstandable that it couldn't be called Connersville since that Indianatown had already been named by Williams brother, John. It might have been called Williamsburg or some such combination of the William and Connername, however, it might be assumed that while the land had been donated by a Conner, it would be embarrassing to have the town named after him, especially in light of his brother's actions.
Mrs. Lavina Vance Hutchinson

The last of a notable family in the early history of Indiana passed away yesterday. Mrs. Lavina Hutchinson, formerly Noble, died at her residence on Massashusetts avenue, at the advanced age of seventy-seven years. She was a member of the large family of brothers and sisters who came from Kentucky to Indiana at an early day and took such an active part ingiving direction to the social and political life of the then infant state. Her brother James T. Noble was United States Senator, and herbrother Noah was Governor of the State. The venerable and well-knownGeorge T. Noble who died some two years ago, at Greenwood, was one of thepioneers of this county.

Mrs. Hutchinson was twice married. Her first husband was Arthur St. Clair Vance, who spent most of his life at Lawrenceburg, Ind., but removed to this county in 1845. He died on his farm near Allisonville, in 1849. He represented this county in the Legislature several times. Mrs. Hutchinson was a woman of remarkable beauty in early life, and old age seemed only to add to the queenliness of her presence. She was better known, however, by her good works. Her long life was a continued activity and self-sacrifice for the welfare of others. 
NOBLE, Lavina (I21352)
160 "Rutherglen" Willi Willi. Not sure what this refference means. ggw MITCHELL, Ruth (I36786)
161 "Scottish Supplications to Rome" mention Edward several times. One petition to Rome, dated 6th September1419
mentions that Edward de Lawedr, priest, had previously been vicar of Gogar before being promoted to the Archdeaconry of Lothian,. Another, recorded at Florence on 31st May 1420, gives greater detail. It states: Edward de Lawedre, priest, St.Andrew's Diocese, , M.A.of Paris, who has studied theology for 6 years, craves that the Pope would provide him to the parish church or vicarage of Crail, in Fife,at œ30 sterling per annum; notwithstanding a canonry, and the Archdeaconry of Lothian in the Church of St.Andrews, a dignity with cure, but not major ; and not withstanding a dispensation for defect of birth [his parents not being married - see elsewhere] . 
de LAWEDRE, Edward Archdeacon of Lothian (I13859)
162 "Sol" SULLINS, Solomon Wright (I23362)
163 "Sureties said William Marchant of Ditchling and Peter Marchant of Beddingha m " . Mary, maiden of Ditchling Family F13978
164 "The Beatom blue eyes and golden hair." Proverb.
But these are said to have been derived not from the Beaton blood, but from the marriage of John Beaton, second laird of Creich, with a daughter of John Hay, Provost of Dundee, a cadet of the Hays of Naughton. 
BETHUNE, John of Creich (I5578)
165 "The Bishops of Scotland" by John Dowden states that Thomas Lauder, Bishop of Dunkeld, was "the son of an unmarried nobleman and an unmarried woman, and nephew of William Lauder, Bishop of Glasgow." His reference for this is: C.P.R. vii, 248; viii, 407.

The only brother of Bishop William Lauder of whom no spouse or offspring have ever been found is this Alan, and so, for convenience sake Bishop Thomas Lauder has been slotted in as his son."The Bishops of Scotland" by John Dowden states that Thomas Lauder, Bishop of Dunkeld, was "the son of an unmarried nobleman and an unmarried woman, and nephew of William Lauder, Bishop of Glasgow." His reference for this is: C.P.R. vii, 248; viii, 407. 
LAUDER, Thomas , Bishop of Dunkeld (I13858)
166 "The church [at Legerwood] was probably built before 1127 when John, priest of "Ledgaresude" witnessed a charter. He was again named as priest in 1165. The monks of Paisley Abbey held Legerwood from 1164 until the Reformation in 1560. It was given to them by Walter, son of Alan de Lauder, and Steward of King Malcolm IV from 1165 to 1173." de LAVEDRE, Alan 4th of Lauder & Bass (I13342)
167 "The first fatal accident in automobiling in Sherman county happened at a bridge on the South Beaver, five miles north of Goodland, Friday morning, October 5, at 10 o'clock, when the fifty-horse power machine, driven by the owner, William Seyler, run off the Murray bridge, capsizing and falling upon the occupants, breaking the neck of Robert C. Vance, who was riding in the front seat with the driver. The other occupants of the automobile, William Seyler, a real estate agent of this city; G.T. McKinney and A.D. Burr of Long Island, Kan., prospective land buyers, escaped without injury. At 6 o'clock on the evening of the following day, brief services for the dead was held at the Vance home. Rev. A.R. Dodd of the Congregational church officiating. The body was shipped on train No. 10 at 8 o'clock that evening for Beloit, where burial was made Sunday. Robert C. Vance, 28 years old, came here from Crete, Neb., in May and moved here about two months ago, and occupied one of the Peters houses in the southeast part of town. He possessed considerable means and at the time of his death was interested in 3,500 acres of land in this county. While not a partner, he had been associated in business with William Seyler since removing to this city. He is survived by a wife, and two brothers and two sisters at Milford, Neb., and one sister at Crete, Neb. Mr. Vance was raised near Seward, Neb., where he has many friends. He was popular in political circles in Seward, and had he remained there he would have been the democratic nominee for the state legislature this fall." Source: The Goodland Republic, October 12, 1906, page 1 VANCE, Robert Clarence (I23036)
168 "The Grange of St.Giles" states that "we find Sir Robert de Lavedre, probably the son of the crusader, witnessing a charter of John de Mautelant [Maitland] to the Abbey of Dryburgh." . de LAVEDRE, Robert 6th of Lauder & Bass (I13344)
169 "The Guardian"
Art Vance was known to many as "The Guardian". For many years, while serving as the President of the Unlimited Racing Division, Art also filled the tall shoes of safety pilot for the Unlimiteds imparting the wisdom he had gained in his many years in air racing to any new pilot coming into the sport.
Late last year, the aviation community "lost another one" when Art flew into the eternal land of blue skies.
His friend, Larry Rengstorf submitted this tribute to Art Vance.
Local Warbird Pilot lost in Crash: 10-17-2005
It is with great sadness that I must inform you that our friend, Art Vance (born Arthur St Clair Vance Jr, 8 April 1941)was killed 8 October 2005 in the crash of The Air Museum's~Planes of Fame - F6f Hellcat. As a museum volunteer,Art was ferrying the plane from Sevierville Tn to Little Rock AFB, AR and encountered bad weather, and struckpower lines along I-40 about 60 miles from his departure point. Vances abilities were so admired that owners at the Planes of Fame entrusted him with their prized Hellcat to fly at several airshows around the country each airshow season, and unfortunately - this being the last show until next season.
A Tribute was arranged on 15 Oct at the Vances hangar, with approximately 400-500 people attending, many flying in from various airports. A luncheon was enjoyed by all, as well as a time of remembrance and stories about Art. Later a Missing Man formation was flown by Mike Brown flying his F7f Tigercat, Brian Sanders flying Sanders Hawker Sea Fury, and Dennis Sanders flying Art's P-51 Mustang-Speedball Alice.It all was a very nice tribute to a man that has dominated the warbird scene at Sonoma County Airport through the years. He will be missed very deeply, for his quick wit, warm smile, and many fun stories, and always being there to give a helping hand.
Art, always adventurous, avidly indulged in his favorite pastime: restoring, flying, racing and instructing in World War II airplanes, most notably his P-51 "Speedball Alice", and just recently finishing an AT-6 which he and son Dan restored. Art served as president of the Unlimited Division of the National Air-Racing Group. Known to many as the "air boss" at the Reno Air Races, Pylon Racing Seminar, and the Tunica (Mississippi) Air Races. He also was very active in the PCAM "Wings over Wine Country" shows through the years in his P-51, generally "leading the pack" during the many fly-bys through out the show. Flying runs in the family. Arts father flew for TWA & his son Dan is a pilot for American airlines.Art flew for Flying Tigers for many years then for Federal Express (FedEx) until his retirement four years ago.
Even before his airline captain retirement, he loved backpacking, hiking, biking, tennis & duck hunting with his son Dan. Art never missed an opportunity-for fun or to help a friend.He leaves a legacy of many good times, a generous heart, and a lesson of a life well-lived. With a devilish grin and a roaring laugh, his was not an unfinished life. It is such a tremendous loss to the airshow and warbird communities. He is survived by his wife (of over 40 years) Judie, and son Dan and daughters Debbi and Sharon, and their families. 
VANCE, Arthur St Clair Jr. (I21367)
170 "The History of the county of Cumberland" Volume III P310
Parish of Bromfield
[Bishop Robinson, in 1602, collated Peter Beck, B. A. to the vicarage of Bromfield. How long Beck held it, does not appear; nor, whether there were any intermediate vicars between him and William Grainger, who, probably, was of the ancient family of Newlands and Stone-Raise, and the ancestor of Mr. John Grainger of Bromfield, whose daughter, the widow of Mr. Williamson of Snittlegarth, now holds his handsome estate there; and of whom all that we farther know is, that he was ejected from his living, during the usurpation of Oliver Cromwell. Walker says, "his family were thereby reduced to great necessities ; and that some of them petitioned for the charity of the corporation for ministers' widows." See his, Sufferings of the Clergy, p. 249.] 
GRAINGER, John (I28745)
171 "The Rev. Jack Vance", as most people call him, is a very loved and respected Baptist Preacher in Okmulgee County and all surrounding counties here in Oklahoma. VANCE, Jacky Dale (I28365)
172 "There was another daughter, Bettie, who was never married, but who had two children of who John (Ferrell) was the reputed Father. These were Mrs. Ephraim (Nancy Vance) Hatfield and the late James Vance." FERRELL, John B (I13713)
173 "Tredham, North Queensland", I assume this is a station name ggw. ISBEL, Ninah (I28781)
174 "Warcop, Warthe-coop, or Warthecupp, a Village famous for giving a Name to an antient and genteel Family of Warcops, who 'tis probable were Lords of it at that Time, but was alienated in Aftertimes; for Roger Lord Clifford 4th died possessed of it 13 Rich. II. and left it with his other great Estates to his Son and Heir Thomas; yet 'tis probable, that the Warcops still continued Men of Estates and Note, because we observe, that Thomas de Warthe-cupp was Knight of this Shire 8 Hen. V. The Maidenway lies near this village.

Sandford, a Lordship of Roger Lord Clifford 4th, who died seised of it 13 Rich. II.
with divers other Manors before-mentioned, and left it to his Son and Heir Thomas,
as above."
Magna Britannica et Hibernia.Volume 6: Westmorland by Thomas Cox 45 pages, printed in 1731.
Transcription by Sarah Reveley,  Joan Fisher and Lisl Schoenwald.     2003 
de WARTHECOPP, Thomas of Warcop (I19289)
175 "went into Yorkshire, and lived at Doe Park" CRADOCKE, John (I28221)
176 "Wes" was a slender dignified appearing man with distinguishedmoustache. Alvira was a small plump woman with a round face and a squarejaw. They were close neighbors and good friends of the Samuel and JohnVance families in the late 1800's and early 1900's. From what we know ofthem they were a very close couple who enjoyed a bit of good naturedteasing of each other. Alvira referred to him as "S.W." When visitingfriends or relation, she would turn to Wesley and say, "Now come alongS.W."

I asked Wesley's great grandson, Franklin, if he was a basket makerwith the reply, "Well yes, but I think they all did that back then."
Vern Vance related that "Wes" Lewis made his baskets different thanJohn A. Vance's family. Wes's baskets were flat and rectangular on thebottom with a handle from side to side.
Note: We do know that John A. Vance did make a few in this style as MaryVance Eddington is the present owner of one.

The example that I personally own of Samuel Vance's work is muchdeeper with a small opening and two small handles on the binding ring.
We think that this was made for household use purposes, such as sewing orfood storage.

When the first telephones were installed, they were quite a puzzleto Alvira. "Wes" liked to "kid" her regarding the first use andresulting reaction. When the phone bell first sounded, Alvira notknowing how to answer picked it up and said, "WHAT'S WANTIN?."

When I asked Vern Vance to compare "Wes" with another family member,Vern replied that "he wasn't like anybody else". Vern did say, however,that Alvira must have been "a bit like Julia."

LEWIS, Samuel Wesley ("Wes") (I2708)
177 "William Lauder Lord Chancellor of Scotland and Bishop of Glasgow was son of Sir Allan Lauder of Haltoun in Midlothian."

Willielmus de Lawadir, Archdeacon of Lothian had a safe-conduct from King Henry IV dated as early as 18th September 1404. Another is recorded the following year.

George Crawfurd writes: "William Bishop of Glasgow was the son of Sir Allan Lauder of Haltoun by Alice his wife, a lady of the illustrious family of Campbell. Being a younger brother he was from his youth bred to learning in a view of the service of The Church. [Before 1405] he had the Archdeaconry of Lothian conferred on him by Bishop Wardlaw of St.Andrews."

William Lauder "a younger son of Sir Alan Lauder of Hatton" [James Young, p.41] was firstly Archdeacon of Lothian and in 1408 Bishop of Glasgow. Bishop Lauder built the crypt under the chapter house of Glasgow cathedral where the arms of Lauder of Haltoun were carved in several places. He also added the stone steeple and battlement to the tower, already built, and placed his arms, with a cherub for a crest, on the centre panel of the western parapet.

In 1406 William was one of the commissioners sent to Charles, King of France in order to renew the alliance with France against the English.

W.R.MacDonald in his "Scottish Armorial seals" records the seal of William Lauder, Bishop of Glasgow "a griffin segreant" under date 1417. .

In 1423, Murdoch, Duke of Albany, regent of Scotland, made him Lord Chancellor of Scotland in succession to the Bishop of Aberdeen; and on 9th August of that year he was named first commissioner to treat with England for the ransom of James I, which was accomplished during the following years.

"James 1st [in 1424] consolidated his own power amongst a portion of the barons. the Earl of Mar, and his son Sir Thomas Stewart, William Lauder bishop of Glasgow and Chancellor, Sir Walter Ogilvy the Treasurer, John Cameron provost of the Collegiate Church of Lincluden and private secretary to the King, Sir John Forester of Corstorphine chamberlain, Sir John Stewart and Sir Robert Lauder of the Bass."

The Lord Chancellor is by the laws of King Malcolm Canmore, placed before all other officers of state; in effect the first officer in the nation. Alexander Nisbet adds that "The Lord High Chancellor, & Keeper of the Great Seal, is looked upon as the prime minister of state, and the highest person in the kingdom in civil affairs, after the king and princes of the blood, as the Archbishop of Canterbury is in England.

Bishop William Lauder was ambassador to France and the King of Jerusalem as well as to England on several occassions, according to numerous safe-conducts referred to in several reference books.

Henry Laing, in compiling "Ancient Scottish Seals" shows a seal of "William Lauder; a griffin segreant" which was found in the "Melrose Charters". That would place it before 1425. This seal is again referred to in "Scottish Armorial Seals" by W.R.MacDonald number 1550, p.196; and another, number 1551, also, this time specifically referred to as 15th century. Mr.MacDonald's number 1552 is clearer: "William Lauder, Bishop of Glasgow 1408-1425; a griffin segreant. This is dated 1417. 
LAUDER, William Lord Chancellor of Scotland (I13844)
178 "William P. VANCE died at the home of his son-in-law, Thomas VIRTUE in
Caldwell County, Missouri April 30, 1899, aged 92 years, 7 months, and 16

"Mr. Vance was born Sept. 14, 1806 in Smith Township, Washington County, Pa.
on the Fort Vance farm; the same farm on which his father, William Vance, was
born Nov. 30, 1886; the same farm where Joseph Vance of Virginia, the
grandfather of the deceased, located in 1773; the farm where Major William
Vance of Scotland, the ancestor of the Vance family, died April 8, 1788; the
farm where under a white oak tree at the gates of Fort Vance, Oct. 14, 1778,
the Reverend James Powers preached the first sermon in English known to have
been heard west of the Allegheny mountains in Pennsylvania. The land taken up
by Joseph Vance has been divided into nine farms.

"William P. Vance was the fourth child of William and Rachel (PATTERSON)
Vance. He married Mary STEVENSON of Smith Township, March 10, 1831. His wife
preceded him seven years, aged 83.

"There were nine children, all of whom are living, also 38 grandchildren. The
children are William, residing in Caldwell County,Missouri; Jane, relict of
Captain Samuel CAMPBELL of Hanover Township this county (the GAR Post of
Burgettstown, Pa. was named for Captain Campbell); James S. of Pittsburgh,
Pa.; Cynthia, wife of John CAMPBELL of Memphis, Tenn.; Rachel, wife of Thomas
VIRTUE; Caroline, wife of Thomas BEALL; Joseph and Quincy--these four residing
in Caldwell County, Missouri and Elizabeth, wife of George TABB, residing in
Harden County, Kentucky.

"John S. Vance of Smith Township is the only survivor of the William Vance
family." ( 
VANCE, William Patterson (I2347)
179 "[Pepys] often dined at the table of Montagu’s father-in-law, the Presbyterian magnate, John Crewe, at his fine new house in Lincoln’s Inn Fields. Here he was always welcome: the Crewes, for all their greatness, were simple-hearted folk, and with the young members of the family, Lady Montagu and her brothers, Thomas and John, Pepys was almost on terms of equality. As for old John Crewe himself, he was always ready to discuss business or politics with this intelligent, respectful, prudent young man, his son-in-law’s servant and kinsman, as he waited at his bedside or coach door. Only his wife was somewhat of a trial: ‘the same, weak, silly lady as ever’, Pepys found her long after, ‘asking such saintly questions’." CREWE, John Lord of Stene (I25242)
180 # ID: I2202 # Name: William Vance # Sex: M # Birth: 15 AUG 1866 Suggested N ext Step: Search OneWorldTree for: Vance, William Included with this search: * View multiple generations * Change tree views to get the look you want * View supporting source, i.e., census images * View alternate information * An onymously contact submitters of tree data Marriage 1 Nancy Jane Carnes b: 27 A UG 1870 in Mills Creek, West Virginia * Married: 24 DEC 1891 Children 1. Has No Children Addie Vance 2. Has No Children Dessie Vance 3. Has No Children C layton Vance b: 1896 4. Has No Children Ira Vance b: 16 JAN 1899 5. Has No Ch ildren Bertha Vance b: 28 MAR 1901 6. Has No Children Dice Vance b: 29 MAR 190 3 7. Has No Children George Ort Vance b: 9 MAR 1905 8. Has No Children Charle s Vance b: APR 1907 9. Has No Children Martha Jane Vance b: 9 JUN 1910 10. Ha s No Children Dora Vance b: 22 DEC 1913 VANCE, William M. (I41239)
181 # ID: I28423176 # Name: Martha Jane VANCE # Given Name: Martha Jane # Surnam e: Vance # Sex: F # Birth: 9 JUN 1910 1 # Death: 20 MAR 1992 in Spring Hill, FL # Death: MAR 1992 1 # Burial: 24 MAR 1992 Hunt-Donnally Cemetery, Charles ton, WV # Note: Custom Field:<_FA#> Social Security #: 232-74-6926Broderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 1, Ed. 6, Social Security Death Index: U.S., Date o f Import: Oct 1, 1998, Internal Ref. # Custom Field:<_FA#> Issued in: West Virginia or North CarolinaBroderbund Family Archive #110, Vol . 1, Ed. 6, Social Security Death Index: U.S., Date of Import: Oct 1, 1998, I nternal Ref. # Custom Field:<_FA#> Residence code: HC (Deat h reported by Health Care Finance Administration.)Broderbund Family Archive # 110, Vol. 1, Ed. 6, Social Security Death Index: U.S., Date of Import: Oct 1, 1998, Internal Ref. # [Broderbund Family Archive #110, Vol . 1 A-L, Ed. 6, Social Security Death Index: U.S., Date of Import: Oct 1, 19 98, Internal Ref. #] Individual: Holley, Martha Social Secu rity #: 232-74-6926 Issued in: West Virginia or North Carolina Birth date: Ju n 9, 1910 Death date: Mar 1992 Residence code: HC (Death reported by Health C are Finance Administration.) VANCE, Martha Jane (I41964)
182 #009205-86 (Peel Co) Henry ARNOTT, 30, Toronto Township, same, b, farmer, s/o James ARNOTT & Mary MASON, married Elizabeth Lousinda VANCE, 24, Chinguacousy, same, s, d/o John VANCE & Elen OVENS, witn: John Peter ARNOTT, Sarah Ann GRAYDON, both Chinguacousy, married 13 October 1886, Chinguacousy VANCE, Elizabeth Lousinda (I11414)
183 #009206-86 (Peel Co) Thomas Bradford WHITHAM, 21, Chinguacousy, same, b, farm labourer, s/o Warner WHITHAM & Catherine McLEAN, married Anne Theresa VANCE, 20, Chinguacousy, same, s, d/o John VANCE & Elenor OVENS, witn: William McLEAN of Caledon, Sarah Ann GRAYDON of Chinguacousy, married 6 October 1886, Chinguacousy VANCE, Anne Theresa (I11412)
184 #104 VANCE, David (I852)
185 #13 VANCE, Leila (I827)
186 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. VANCE, Lancelot Gerald Robert Irving (I16359)
187 #21203 VANCE, Martha F. (I30392)
188 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. VANCE, John Thomas #214504 (I32173)
189 #21912 MOSMAN, Eric George (I36912)
190 #222073 VANCE, Fred (I8594)
191 #30549 MOSMAN, George Archibald (I36913)
192 #43864 VANCE, William Jones (I30393)
193 #50644 VANCE, Annie (I15849)
194 #52 VANCE, John W. (I832)
195 #96768 VANCE, Orlando (I305)
196 #ID23505?
1841 - Southwick, Hants., widower apparently
1851 - Southwick, Hants., widower
1861 - Southwick, Hants., widower 
VASS, John (I28693)
197 'Barenton the Saxon'
Kt. Lord of Wegon before the Conquest. 
BARRINGTON, Sir Odinell (I15253)
198 'Francis Varhagen bookbinder sold to Hew Vaus' a piece of land in the Canongate in Edinburgh in 1585.

Hew was ordered not to buy and sell blades, only to gild them

Apprentice: Walkingshaw, Andrew, brother to John W., of that Ilk, with Hew Vaus, dalmasker 03 Feb 1584-5 
VANS, Hew (I26060)
199 'The Wastall'. Alienated all the Berkeley estates. Was createdviscount Berkeely, then earl of Nottingham and finally marquess. BERKELEY, Sir William Marquess of Berkeley (I8936)
200 'the Wizard' of Balwearie SCOTT, Sir Michael 2nd of Balwearie (I13325)

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