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1 "of Gloucester Co., VA" Hanks, Thomas (I376)
 
2 10th or 3rd Earl of Arundel FitzAlan, Richard (I626)
 
3 13th Earl of Strathmore and Kinghorne. Bowes-Lyon, Claude (I585)
 
4 14th Earl of Strathmore and Kinghorne. Bowes-Lyon, Claude George (I586)
 
5 6th Earl of Gloucester and Hertford de Clare, Gilbert (I618)
 
6 9th or 2nd Earl Arundel FitzAlan, Edmund (I628)
 
7 A family story says that James M. Cassidy and his brother
Noah Cassidy traveled by train to Alabama to visit relatives.
It was very hot on the train and when they arrived the
weather was cold.
James developed pneumonia and died at Red Level shortly thereafter. 
CASSIDY, James M. (I20)
 
8 alias Dudley Sutton, Margaret (I594)
 
9 alias Dudley Sutton, Edmund (I595)
 
10 alias Richard Sherburne Bayley, Richard (I682)
 
11 alias Sir Patric de Offerton Dolfin, Patric fitz (I488)
 
12 also known as Sir Payn Tiptoft Tybotot, Payn (I599)
 
13 also spelled de Hartburn or de Wessington de Hertburn, William (I486)
 
14 As First Lady prohibited the serving of liquor in the White House - a move
which subjected her and her family to considerable crticism and earned her
the nichname "lemonade Lucy". 
Webb, Lucy Ware (I2035)
 
15 Ascended to the presidency through the death of William McKinley. Won the
1904 election over Alton B. Parker by a popular vote of 7,628,461 to
5,084,223 and an electoral vote of 336 to 140. Nickname "Teddy"; a cartoon
of Roosevelt in The Washington Post depicting the tenderhearted President
refusing to shoot a bear cub inspiring the "teddy bear". Became the first
American to receive the Nobel Piece Prize. Made another bid for the high
office in 1912, because he was dissatisfied with William Taft's performance. 
Roosevelt, Theodore (I1560)
 
16 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Ford, Gerald Rudolph (I1655)
 
17 Because the Republikan Party was split Wilson won the 1912 election over both
Theodore Roosevelt and William Taft by a popular vote of 6,296,547 to
4,118,571 and 3,486,720, and an electoral vote of 435 to 88 and 8. Won in
1912 reelection over Charles E. Hughes by votes of 9, 127,695 to 8,533,507
and 277 to 254. Thomas R. Marshall served as his vice-president during both
terms. Tried to keep the USA out of World War I. 
Wilson, Woodrow (Thomas) (I1830)
 
18 Benjamin Harrison won the 1888 election, but Mrs. Cleveland told the servants
to take good care of the White House. "I want everything just the way it is
now when we come back," she said. "That will be exactly four years from now."
She was right ... 
Folsom, Frances (I1736)
 
19 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. CLINTON, William Jefferson (I1)
 
20 Birth place unknown, but lived in Marcus Hook, PA and was a member of the
Quaker Meeting in Concord, PA. 
Flower, William (I358)
 
21 Captain Washington, Augustine (I408)
 
22 Captain Washington, Lawrence (I410)
 
23 Colonel Washington, John (I414)
 
24 Conceived the idea of the thousands of flowering Japanese cherry trees in
Potomac Park. 
Herron, Helen (Nellie) (I2076)
 
25 Dean of Carlisle Very, Robert Hodgson (I580)
 
26 Defeated Adlai E. Stevenson in the 1952 and 1956 elections. The 1952 popular
vote was 33,936,234 to 27,314,992, the electoral vote 442 to 89. The 1956
votes were 35,590,472 to 26,022,752 and 457 to 73 (one democratic elector
voted for Walter B. Jones of Alabama). His vice-president was the 37th
president, Richard M. Nixon, who lost the close 1960 election to John F.
Kennedy. Eisenhower was Supreme Allied Commander to Europe during WW II.
Called "Ike". 
Eisenhower, Dwight David (I1583)
 
27 Elected in 1848 over Lewis Cass by a popular vote of 1,360,967 to 1,222,342
and an electoral vote of 163 to 127. Chose Millard Fillmore as vice-president.
Died in office, while Congress was in session.
Was a second cousin of James Madison. 
Taylor, Zachary (I1897)
 
28 Esther Elvira Baum died "during the Civil War" according to
the obituary of her son Henry Patton Foote Blythe. 
BAUM, Esther Elvira (I25)
 
29 Fragile and petite, she was a cashier in her father's bank when she met
McKinley, thus making her the first career woman to become First Lady.
Because she was nearly an invalid, Mrs. Garret A. Hobart, wife of the vice-
president, performed many of the duties in the White House as "Second Lady". 
Saxton, Ida (I2057)
 
30 French Huguenot settler of Elizabeth City, Charles City
and York County, VA 
Martiau, Nicholas (I436)
 
31 Graduated Whittier College 1934, graduated Duke Law School 1937, Congressman,
Senator, Vice-President. Was elected over Hubert Humphrey and George C.
Wallace in 1968 by a popular vote of 31,785,480 to 31,275,166 and 9,906,473,
and an electoral vote of 301 to 191 and 46. Spiro T. Agnew was his vice-
president during his first term. Reelected in 1972 over George S. McGovern
and John J. Schmitz by votes of 47,170,179 to 29,171,791 and 1,090,673, and
520 to 17 and 0. Now his successor Gerald R. Ford became vice-president. 
NIXON, Richard Milhous (I185)
 
32 Had fallen into dissipation and debt. Committed suicide. Adams, George Washington (I2137)
 
33 Hattie Hayes has conflicting dates and places of birth.
Her death certificate says that she was born 26 July 1863
which is clearly impossible as her son Robert E. Ayers
reported in 1900 that his date of birth was Feb. 1871.
In the 1900 U.S. census her middle initial was "A" but
the 1870 U.S. census reports a Hattie J. Ayers aged 19, 
HAYES, Hattie (I18)
 
34 He served as a Private in H 23 Mississippi Infantry, C.S.A.,
enlisting 19 Sep 1861 and served until discharged from a
Union prison 19 June 1865. With his regiment he was captured
at the Battle of Fort Donelson, 19 feb. 1862; exchanged
at Vicksburg 3 Sep 1862 and captured near Nashville 15 Dec 1864.
Both times he was imprisoned at Camp Douglas near Chicago. 
HINES, John F. (I27)
 
35 Hereditary Lay Abbot of Dunkeld Thane, Crinan the (I496)
 
36 Illegitimate daughter Scotland, Isabel of (I690)
 
37 In a different publication called Martha Skelton. Wayles, Martha (I2144)
 
38 In the 1900 census, he is listed as Lemar N. Grisham with
a date of birth of Sept. 1879. 
GRISHAM, Lemma Newell (I22)
 
39 Killed by Indians. Lincoln, Abraham (I330)
 
40 King of England and Northern Ireland. Windsor, George VI. (I589)
 
41 Last name also spelled Herron. Herring, Alexander (I346)
 
42 Last name may have been Dorsey. Sarah (I341)
 
43 Listed as "of Caston, Norfolk and Hingham (England). Gilman, Edward (I405)
 
44 Listed as "of Hingham, England" Lincoln, Richard (I392)
 
45 Listed as "of Kingston, St. Michael's, Wiltshire, England" Lambe, Richard (I374)
 
46 Listed as having descendants who moved to America. Lincoln, John (I396)
 
47 Lived in Anne Arundel Co., MD. Shipley, Adam (I364)
 
48 Lived in Hingham and Manchester, Mass. Jones, Thomas (I384)
 
49 Lived in Salem, Mass., Gravesend, L.I. and Middletown, NJ Bowne, William (I388)
 
50 living in 1116 Maldred, Uchtred fitz (I489)
 

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