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51 Lord of Raby in 1131 Uchtred, Dolfin fitz (I490)
 
52 Married second: Edmund Hubbard Sarah (I383)
 
53 Married second: Richard White Sarah (I363)
 
54 Married second: Thomas Bowater Lambe, Frances (I361)
 
55 Married second: Thomas Browne Elizabeth (I367)
 
56 Martha was listed as living in Tippah Co., MS in the 1880 U.S. census. Martha (Or Mattie) (I48)
 
57 Miss Lane was President James Buchanan's official hostess. Lane, ? (I2237)
 
58 Name also spelled Tibetot Tiptoft, John (I597)
 
59 Niece of President Theodere Roosevelt and fifth cousin of her husband. After
FDRs death she was appointed the US representative to the United Nations,
where she served for 16 years. 
Roosevelt, Eleanor (Anna) (I1788)
 
60 of Belvoir, Leicester
One of the original Magna Carta Sureties 
d'Aubigny, William (I609)
 
61 of Blendon Hall, near Bexley, Kent Smith, Oswald (I583)
 
62 of Carnforth de Washington, Robert (I476)
 
63 of Grymesby, VA Grymes, John (I519)
 
64 Of Haines Hill, Hurst, Berkshire & Westminster.
Clerk of the Signet & Deputy Clerk of the Privy Council,
knighted 23 July 1603 
Windebank, Thomas (I453)
 
65 of Helmsley
One of the original Sureties of the Magna Carta 
de Ros, Robert (I607)
 
66 of Hengrave, Suffolk Kytson, Thomas (I528)
 
67 of Leesylvania Lee, Henry (I523)
 
68 of Morattico, VA Grymes, Charles (I520)
 
69 of Sulgarve Washington, Robert (I438)
 
70 of Sulgrave Manor, Northants Washington, Lawrence (I457)
 
71 of Tewitfield Washington, Robert (I467)
 
72 of Tewitfield, Lancashire de Washington, John (I470)
 
73 of Virginia, later moved to Ripon, Yorkshire, England Porteus, Robert (I575)
 
74 of Warton Washington, John (I461)
 
75 of Warton, Lancashire Washington, Robert (I463)
 
76 of Warton, Lancashire Kytson, Robert (I527)
 
77 One of the Magna Carta Sureties de Clare, Richard (I622)
 
78 One of the Magna Carta Sureties de Lacy, John (I623)
 
79 One of the original Magna Carta Sureties Bigod, Roger (I645)
 
80 or de Strikeland de Strickland, Joan (I479)
 
81 Possibly was the best-advertised youngster ever in the White House. Because
he was the grandson of a President who was in turn the grandson of a President
the newspapers seized upon him. 
McKee, Benjamin Harrison (Baby) (I2238)
 
82 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Windsor, Elizabeth II. (I590)
 
83 R. A. Pierce suggests that Mary may have been the daughter
of Ephraim Farr, a Rutherford Co. neighbor of Lemeul Baum. 
Mary (I44)
 
84 received Winlaton from Bishop of Durham, 1084 Maldred (I487)
 
85 Rector of Purleigh and Little Braxted, Essex, Fellow
and Lecturer of Brasenose College. 
Washington, Lawrence (I420)
 
86 Rev. John Lyford was a graduate of Magdalen College (A.B. 1597, A.M. 1602) and
was first a minister at Leverlegkish, near Laughgaid, Armagh, Ireland. He
later preached at Plymouth, Massachusetts and even later at Hull, Cape Ann and
Salem, Massachusetts and finally in Virginia. 
Lyford, John (I382)
 
87 Richard Salter was a lawyer, judge and colonial legislator of Monmouth County,
NJ. 
Salter, Richard (I356)
 
88 Royal Champion at the coronations of Edward VI, Mary I
and Elizabeth I. M.P. for Lincolnshire. 
Dymoke, Edward (I455)
 
89 Secretary of the Colony and Acting Governor
of Virginia (1638-39) 
Reade, George (I426)
 
90 Served as First Lady for her father-in-law, President Martin Van Buren. Singleton, Angelica (I2220)
 
91 She was the widow of James Morris. Flowers, Rebecca (I335)
 
92 Soundly defeated Herbert Hoover in the 1932 election by a popular vote of
22,809,638 to 15,758,901 and an electoral vote of 472 to 59. Was reelected in
1936 over Alfred Landon by votes of 27,752,869 to 16,674,665 and 523 to 8,
again in 1940 over Wendell L. Willkie by votes of 27,307,819 to 22,321,018 and
449 to 82, and yet again in 1944 over Thomas E. Dewey by votes of 25,606,585
to 22,014,745 and 432 to 99; the only president elected 4 times. Since age 39
his legs were paralyzed. Garner, Wallace, and Truman were his vice-presidents. 
Roosevelt, Franklin Delano (I1787)
 
93 Speaker of the House of Burgesses, VA Warner, Augustine (I416)
 
94 Succeeded to the presidency upon the death of Warren Harding. Was reelected
in 1924 over John W. Davis and Robert M. LaFollette by a popular vote of
15,718,211 to 8,385,283 and 4,831,289, and an electoral vot of 382 to 136 and
13.Charles G. Dawes was his vice-president. On August 3, 1923 he was
administered the oath of office by his father, a notary public. This historic
event took place in the Vermont farmhouse home at 2:00 a.m., by the light of
kerosene lamps. Called "Silent Cal". 
Coolidge, Calvin (John) (I1844)
 
95 Succeeded to the presidency upon the sudden death of Franklin D. Roosevelt on
April 12, 1945. Was reelected in 1948 over Thomas E. Dewey, Strom Thurmond,
and Henry A. Wallace by a popular vote of 24,179,345 to 21,991,291, 1,176,125,
and 1,157,326, and an electoral vote of 303 to 189, 39, and 0. Was sometimes
called "Give-'em-hell-Harry". Coined the phrases "If you can't stand the
heat, get out of the kitchen." and "The buck stops here." Gave the order to
drop the atomic bomb on Hiroshima. 
Truman, Harry S. (I1763)
 
96 The assassination of president John F. Kennedy on November 22, 1963, brought
him unexpectedly to the presidency. Took the oath of office in the same plane
which carried the body of JFK back to Washington. Was reelected in 1964 over
Barry Goldwater by a popular vote of 43,129,566 to 27,178,188 and an electoral
vote of 486 to 52. Hubert M. Humphrey was his vice-president. 
Johnson, Lyndon Baines (I2240)
 
97 The earliest record of Moses Baum is in Rutherford
County, Tennessee in 1827: indictments for "riot" were
found against Samuel Green, Samuel Wilson, Moses Baum
and Thomas Baum who were fined $10 apiece. 
BAUM, Moses (I43)
 
98 The name Norwood is not proven. She married second: John Howard Norwood, (?) Susannah (I379)
 
99 There is some confusion on the name of this person. His first name was
either Baltis or Balthazar. His last name was spelled Fout or Fought or 
Fout, Baltis (Balthazar) (I959)
 
100 Thomas Jefferson Blythe served as a Private in the 34th
Mississippi Infantry, Confederate States of America from
1862 through 1865. He was a resident of Marshall County,
Mississippi in the 1850 U.S. census and at Tippah County,
Mississippi in the 1860 census. 
BLYTHE, Thomas Jefferson (I24)
 

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