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3751 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I816)
 
3752 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I608)
 
3753 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I705)
 
3754 Youngest Descendant Present - Almost 11 Months Old - 4th Dicks Family Reunion 10 Oct 1965 Dicks, Jeffery Scott (I9)
 
3755 ZACK EUGENE BURNS

SAN ANGELO Zack Eugene Burns was born Nov. 5, 1924, in Hamilton County, Texas. Zack was 80 years old when he died on Sunday, June 19, 2005, after a lengthy illness, in the Riverside Healthcare Center, in San Angelo Texas, where he had lived for several years.
Graveside service will be at 1 p.m., Monday, June 27, at the Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery in San Antonio.

Zack was a graduate of Hamilton Texas High School, served three years in the U.S. Army in World War II in the South Pacific with Co. B 640th Tank Destroyer Battalion, and was honorably discharged Dec. 28, 1945. Zack was a graduate of Howard Payne University and was a member of the Churches of Christ and Life Member of VFW Post 1815-San Angelo.

Zack was preceded in death by a brother, James Burns; his father and mother, Norflet Eugene and Lena Bullard Burns; a sister, Etoil Burns Kemp.

He is survived by a brother, W.C. Burns of Arlington, Texas; two daughters, Alleta Burns Ojeda of Granada Hills, Calif., and Mona Burns Granados of Crockett, Texas; three grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren.

Memorial donations may be made to Riverside Healthcare Center, 609 Rio Concho Drive, San Angelo 76903, or the Scholarship Fund of Howard Payne University, PO Box 2369, Brownwood, TX 76804.

Mr. Burn's obituary may be viewed on line at www.RobertMassie.com.

Robert Massie Funeral Home 
Burns, Zack Eugene (I18135)
 
3756 Zellian Eunice Tyre: Newspaper Obituary and Death Notice

Florida Times-Union, The (Jacksonville, FL) - January 22, 2004

Deceased Name: Zellian Eunice Tyre

FL United States
TYRE - Zellian Eunice, 93 of Lake City, passed January 20, 2004. Guerry Funeral Home, Lake City.

Copyright (c) 2004 The Florida Times-Union 
Douberley, Zellian Eunice (I9707)
 
3757 Zigzag Pass, near Olangapo in the Philippine Islands Shields, James Charles Jr (I3620)
 
3758 Zuella Mershon Walden
Published: Friday, April 11, 2008 6:07 AM EDT
Born Zuella Mae Mershon on September 25, 1918, to Henry Robert and Hattie Schofield Mershon, in Lake City, Fl. She passed away on March 30, 2008, at her home in Talent, OR, at the age of 89. She was preceded in death by her parents and all five of her siblings, brothers Haze Mershon, E.E. (Sam) Mershon, Delton Mershon, Earl Mershon, and sister Alta Mershon Williams. She was also preceded in death by her son, William Walden and grandson, David Walden. She is survived by her children, Sandra Kircher of Talent, OR,& Dale Walden of Portland, OR. She is also survived by three grandchildren and four great-grandchildren and numerous neices and nephews. Graveside services were held on April 3, 2008, at Stearn's Cemetery in Talent, OR.
SOURCE: Lake City Reporter 
Mershon, Zuella Mae (I12249)
 
3759 [about Andrews Chapel] "On the 2nd of October 1809, a plot of land containing two acres was given by Luke Parker for the sum of 10 shillings, or $1.25, to trustees, viz. Nicholas Parker, William Parker, Thomas Parker, Owen Owens and William Miller, for the purpose of erecting a house of worship for the use of the Methodist Episcopal Church. In 1816, a church was built of logs and called Parkers Meeting House, mainly through the influence of Nicholas Parker." from The Heritage of Sampson County, North Carolina. Oscar M. Bizell, Ed. The Sampson Co. Historical Society, Newton Grove, North Carolina, 1983, p. 81.

Luke Parker, was born between 1770 and 1775. Luke's name does not appear in the Sampson County North Carolina census as head of a family, so he was probably still living with his parents John and Rachael (Sessums) Parker, as there was a male age 16 to 26 listed in John's household. Luke Parker was mentioned in his father's will. He was to receive Johns's plantation after Rachael died. He was also to receive following his mother's death, a 1/4 share in John's two Negroes, and a 1/3 share in all of John's stock. Parker's Meeting House was founded by John Parker and meetings were held in his home. After his death, Luke Parker deeded two acres of his plantation for the church for the amount of two shillings on October 2, 1809. The trustees were to erect and build a church for the Methodist Episcopal Church in the United States of America. Luke Parker married Sophia_______. He appears as a head of family on the 1810, 1820 and 1830 census for Sampson County, North Carolina. Luke Parker served as a soldier in the War of 1812, as a member of Captain Thomas Boykin's Company, North Carolina Drafted Militia, stationed at Deepwater Point. He enlisted July 24, 1813 with the rank of private. He is listed on the muster roll dated Sept 26, 1813 as "Sick in Hospital." He was mustered out October 19, 1813 and he appears on a "Muster roll of a Detachment of Married Men Discharged, by Order of Adjutant General of North Carolina, from the Detached Militia stationed in Deepwater Point. Luke Parker appears in the minutes of the County Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions. In Book 2, Court, May 10, 1801 he was ordered along with others to open stream of water called Little Cohary. The next week he was ordered again to work on Little Cohary. Court, May 12, 1806 he and others were ordered to serve in Fraziers District. Court, August 11, 1806, He worked on Little Cohary from Parkers Bridge to Magees Bridge. In Book 3, Court, August 14, 1809, Luke Parker sworn on the grand jury. Court, Nov. 13, 1809, a deed from Luke Parker to trustees of church for two acres of land was proven in Court for Registration. Court, May 21, 1810, Luke Parker and others to be Patriots in Captain Buttery's District. Court, Nov. 9, 1810, Luke Parker to be overseer of River in "room" of Owen Owens and the usual hands to work under him. Luke Parker sold 100 acres of land to John Parker, presumably his nephew, the son of William, on July 28, 1827. This parcel of land was located on the "West side of Little Cohary and on both sides of the beaver dam" and was sold for $100. This appears to be the identical tract of land which was granted to John Parker, Sr., October 29, 1782, from the State of North Carolina. Luke Parker sold to John Parker for $149 on February 5, 1828, four parcels of land on the "west side of Little Cohary" totaling 272 acres. All four parcels were located in the vicinity of the "beaver dam swam." On March 3, 1831 there was a final sale for $950 for nine tracts of land, totaling 831 acres to Silas Herring. After this sale Luke Parker and his family moved from Sampson County, North Carolina to Alachua (now Columbia) County, Florida. The move took place between March 1831, the date of the deed and April 1832, the date of the birth of Luke's last child, Henry Parker. Luke Parker served in the Second Seminole War after moving to Florida. He enlisted January 27, 1837 at Ft. Beckham in Captain Edward's Mounted Company, 1st Regiment, Warren's Florida Militia, as a private. He served until June 5, 1837. He reenlisted as a private June 16, 1837 in Captain Livingston's Company, 2nd Regiment, East Florida Mounted Volunteers, at Ft. Palmetto, and served until Dec. 18, 1837. He was mustered out at Ft. Gilliland, Florida. Luke Parker died June 8, 1838. Sophia Parker is believed to have died before 1840. 
Parker, Luke (I8682)
 
3760 [Chase.FTW]

[ThomasChaseAncestors.ged]

[Research21858.FTW]
In his will dated 18 April 1599, John Chase of Chesham gave "to Henry,
the sonne of my brother William Chase" ten shillings. No later menti
William and Isabell has been found. 
Chase, John (I2625)
 
3761 [Chase.FTW]

[ThomasChaseAncestors.ged]

[Research21858.FTW]
Thomas Chase was born possibly in Willesden Parish, Londonor Cromwell Parish, Nottingham. He died intestate in 1652. Early genealogical histories of the family indicate that Thomas and Aquila came from
Cornwall, England. It is believed that they were employed by an uncle named Thomas Chase, who was part owner of a ship named "John & Francis" and that they learned to become navigators. Thomas' brother, Aquila, was granted land in Hamptonon the condition that he go to sea and service the town for four years. Thiswould tend to verify the above theory and would explain why they were found on the coast rather than in their original area of birth.

The settlement of Hampton, New Hampshire Began on October 14, 1638, under the leadership of Rev. Stephen Bachiler. By the first part of 1639 another group arrived with Timothy Dalton, who became the associate pastor of the Hampton Church. It is probable that Thomas and Aquila were with this second group, as by 1640 immigrations had slowed considerably. We know that Thomas, at least, was in the second group as he is mentioned in a list of families that came to Hampton that second summer.

In June of 1640 small grants were made to a number of people including Aquila and Thomas Chase. These grants were for six-acre house lots. Aquila later acquired six acres of upland meadow and swamp, which was sold to his brother, Thomas, when he moved to Newbury, now located in the present state of Massachusetts. In fact, it was his acknowledgement in court of the sale of all his land in Hampton, except a dwelling and one and one-half acre, to his brother, Thomas Chase of Hampton.

On February 23, 1645/46 sixty owners of house lots were given one or more shares in the "Common" Aquila received one and Thomas two.

Thomas' signature on a deed of sale to John Shilbrick shows that he was literate man. His purchase of land which abutted the river was probably to facilitate his livelihood. He was a seaman who paid for the building of a vessel by freighting boards from Exeter to Boston. The large trees along the coast were much in demand for the building of dwellings.

The Thomas Chase homestead was a short way from "The Meeting House Green" and opposite that of his father-in-law, Thomas Philbrick. The site selected for the erection of a house of worship was on the northerly side of the salt marsh, about one-fourth mile distant from it. A large tract of land near it was called The Meeting House Green and included all of what ws later know as the Ring Swamp, along the road around it. A common-way was laid along the eastern edge and later became the main road to the seashore. Around the green and along the common-way many homes were built, some of which are still inhabitated by descendants of the original owners.[ThomasChaseDescendants.ged] 
Chase, Thomas I (I2634)
 
3762 [Chase.FTW]

[ThomasChaseAncestors.ged]

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Acquila Chase,first generation of Chase's in the U.S.
Acquila Chase, B. 1618, Chesham, England. Appears first in this country from Hampton, NH.
A company under Rev. Stephen Bachiler is supposed to have founded this settlement 10/14/1638. Early in 1639 a band of settlers came with Timothy Dalton, who became associate pastor of the church of Hampton. The town
was incorporated by the General Assembly of the Massachusetts Bay Colony on 5/22/1639. It is probable that Acquila and Thomas Chase came with the second company. In 1640 Acquila Chase had six acres granted to him for a house lot. He removed to Newberry, Mass about 1646 where he received "Four Acres of land at the new towne for a house and six acres of upland for a planting lot, and six acres of marsh where it can be had, also on
condition that he go to sea and do service in the towne with a boat for four years."

This inducement to remove to Newberry would indicate that he was a mariner or a fisherman, and Joshua Griffen in his History of Newberry states that it was a Chase family tradition that Acquila was the first man to pilot a vessel across the bar at themouth of the Merrimack River. A deposition taken in 1666 speaks of his as Acquila Chase, aged about 4.

He died 12/27/1670. A tablet of Caen Stone in theentrance corridor of the New England Historical Genealogocal Society's building at 9 Asburn St., Boston, says: Acquila Chase
Mariner
Hampton, NH.1640
Newberry, Mass. 1646
By repute the first pilot at the mouth of the Merrimack River. Erect his descendant John Carrol Chase 1928.
Acquila Chase first appears at Hampton,N.H.A company under the leadership of Rev. Stephen Bachiler is supposed to have commenced the Settlement on 14 Oct. 1638.(Dow's History of Hampton).Early in the year of 1639,a new
band of settlers came with Mr. Timothy Dalton,who became associate past of the Hampton church.The town was incorporated by the General Court of the Massachusetts Bay Colony 22 May 1639.It is probable that Acquila and
Thomas Chase came with the second company as it appears that emigration was greatly diminished by the year 1640.

The Hampton records show that in the year 1640,there was granted to Acquila Chase six acres for a house lot.In 1644 an additional grant was recorded of six acres of "upland meadow and swamp",which he sold to his
brother, Thomas,on his removal to Newbury.More information can be obtained from Seven Generations of Thomas and Acquila Chase. One story about early American traditions willbe told.Before he removed to Newbury,he was seen gathering peas on the firstday of the week and at the Quarterly Court held at Ipswich,29 Sept. 1646,he and his wife, and David Wheeler, his brother-in- law,all of Hampton,were presented for gathering peas on the Sabbath.

One handed down tradition states that Acquila and David were returning home from a bountiful fishing day,upon
their arrival,Ann proceded to the garden and prepare a meal celebrating their catch.It came to pass that they were caught and were supposedly punished for their act.The rest as it is said is history.

Other records recently found state that Acquila Chase came over from England on the Mary and John in 1630 but fails to mention his brother on that specific voyage.Other voyages of thatship occured between 1620-1643.
* All data was taken from book previously mentioned and other recorded material too numerous to mention. 
Chase, Aquila (I2613)
 
3763 [Chase.FTW]

[ThomasChaseDescendants.ged]

[Research21858.FTW]
Buried in West Tisbury Village Cemetery 
Chase, Sarah (I2138)
 
3764 [Chase.FTW]

[ThomasChaseDescendants.ged]

[Research21858.FTW]
Died during a coasting voyage in his sloop "Vineyard". His estate was divided October 15, 1725. His gravestone can be found at Crossways Cemetery. 
Chase, Captain Thomas (I2131)
 
3765 [Chase.FTW]

[ThomasChaseDescendants.ged]

[Research21858.FTW]
He is buried at Crossways Cemetery 
Chase, David (I2687)
 
3766 [Chase.FTW]

[ThomasChaseDescendants.ged]

[Research21858.FTW]
His will dated January 19, 1816 was probated April 17, 1820, He serv
Militia Co. 1757 and in Sea Coast Defence 1776 
Manter, Jonathan (I2747)
 
3767 [Chase.FTW]

[ThomasChaseDescendants.ged]

[Research21858.FTW]
Lived in Holmes Hole. He was a ferryman, innholder and a trader. 
Chase, Abraham (I2133)
 
3768 [Chase.FTW]

[ThomasChaseDescendants.ged]

[Research21858.FTW]
Lived in Virginia 
Chase, Lothrop (I2839)
 
3769 [Chase.FTW]

[ThomasChaseDescendants.ged]

[Research21858.FTW]
Lost at sea, never heard from 
Chase, Paine (I2847)
 
3770 [Chase.FTW]

[ThomasChaseDescendants.ged]

[Research21858.FTW]
Moved to New Vineyard 
Look, Samuel (I2692)
 
3771 [Chase.FTW]

[ThomasChaseDescendants.ged]

[Research21858.FTW]
Moved to Windham, NY 
Chase, Zephaniah (I2820)
 
3772 [Chase.FTW]

[ThomasChaseDescendants.ged]

[Research21858.FTW]
Moved to Wiscasset, ME 
Chase, George (I2885)
 
3773 [Chase.FTW]

[ThomasChaseDescendants.ged]

[Research21858.FTW]
Probably died in the French and Indian War. His will of May 24, 1758,
probated January 02, 1759 leaves all property to brothers Thomas abd
Shubael 
Chase, Benjamin (I2751)
 
3774 [Chase.FTW]

[ThomasChaseDescendants.ged]

[Research21858.FTW]
Resided Chickemmoo, was a balcksmith and mariner. He died at sea and his
estate was administered by his brother Abraham February 25, 1719-20. 
Chase, Isaac (I2132)
 
3775 [Chase.FTW]

[ThomasChaseDescendants.ged]

[Research21858.FTW]
Resided in Boston, MA where he remained as a young man and became a distiller in Auchmuty's Lane. He was an ardent patriot in the pre-Revolutionary times and took part in the famous "Boston Tea Party".
He became officially connected with the American Party and was a member of the Committee of Inspection 1774. He joined the army after hostilities began and gradually rose to the rank of Deputy Quartermaster General of the Massachusetts Forces in 1779. By Marriage he was connected with General Thomas Mifflin of Pennsylvania. He died May 17, 1787. "He was humane, benevolent and a sincere friend of this Country" said the Massachusetts Centinel of that date. 
Chase, Thomas (I2721)
 
3776 [Chase.FTW]

[ThomasChaseDescendants.ged]

[Research21858.FTW]
Resided in Holmes Hole, MA. Removed to Newport, RI abt 1714 and to
Nantucket before 1740 
Chase, James (I2134)
 
3777 [Chase.FTW]

[ThomasChaseDescendants.ged]

[Research21858.FTW]
Resided in Holmes Hole. Removed to Nantucket bef. 1729 
Chase, Joseph (I2656)
 
3778 [Chase.FTW]

[ThomasChaseDescendants.ged]

[Research21858.FTW]
Resided in Homes Hole, MA 
Chase, Zaccheus (I2686)
 
3779 [Chase.FTW]

[ThomasChaseDescendants.ged]

[Research21858.FTW]
Resided in Homes Hole, MA. He built the windmill formerly situated on
Main Street, Vineyard Haven and now forming a part of the residence of
the late Brig. Gen. A.B. Carey. He is buried in Crossways Cemetery 
Chase, Timothy (I2803)
 
3780 [Chase.FTW]

[ThomasChaseDescendants.ged]

[Research21858.FTW]
Resided in Homes Hole, MA. He was a trader. Inventory of his estate was
made in May 1752 and administration was granted to the widow. 
Chase, Abraham (I2659)
 
3781 [Chase.FTW]

[ThomasChaseDescendants.ged]

[Research21858.FTW]
Resided in Homes Hole, MA. Moved to Cincinnati, OH 
Chase, Abraham (I2777)
 
3782 [Chase.FTW]

[ThomasChaseDescendants.ged]

[Research21858.FTW]
Resided in Homes Hole: Removed to Newport, RI where he followed the business of vintner. 
Chase, Jonathan (I2136)
 
3783 [Chase.FTW]

[ThomasChaseDescendants.ged]

[Research21858.FTW]
Resided in Homes, Hole, MA. Was a mariner 
Chase, Thomas (I2664)
 
3784 [Chase.FTW]

[ThomasChaseDescendants.ged]

[Research21858.FTW]
Resided in Nantucket, MA 
Chase, Stephen (I2670)
 
3785 [Chase.FTW]

[ThomasChaseDescendants.ged]

[Research21858.FTW]
Resided in Nantucket, MA, Was a cordwainer. 
Chase, Shubael (I2752)
 
3786 [Chase.FTW]

[ThomasChaseDescendants.ged]

[Research21858.FTW]
Resided in Nantucket, MA. Was a yeoman 
Chase, Isaac (I2753)
 
3787 [Chase.FTW]

[ThomasChaseDescendants.ged]

[Research21858.FTW]
Resided in Nantucket. His will of August 30, 1750 was probated November
20, 1750 and division of his estate was made November 16, 1757.The will
of Widow Parnell Chase was dated September 12, 1757 and was probated
October 04, 1757 
Chase, Nathan (I2668)
 
3788 [Chase.FTW]

[ThomasChaseDescendants.ged]

[Research21858.FTW]
Resided in Nantucket. Was a mariner. 
Chase, Joseph (I2672)
 
3789 [Chase.FTW]

[ThomasChaseDescendants.ged]

[Research21858.FTW]
She is buried at Crossways Cemetery 
Chase, Sarah (I2665)
 
3790 [Chase.FTW]

[ThomasChaseDescendants.ged]

[Research21858.FTW]
She is buried at Crossways Cemetery 
Chase, Margaret (I2691)
 
3791 [Chase.FTW]

[ThomasChaseDescendants.ged]

[Research21858.FTW]
She is buried at Crossways Cemetery. 
Chase, Elizabeth (I2644)
 
3792 [Chase.FTW]

[ThomasChaseDescendants.ged]

[Research21858.FTW]
Was a carpenter 
Chase, Isaac (I2671)
 
3793 [Chase.FTW]

[ThomasChaseDescendants.ged]

[Research21858.FTW]
Was a farmer 
Chase, Samuel (I2743)
 
3794 [Chase.FTW]

[ThomasChaseDescendants.ged]

[Research21858.FTW]
Was a farmer 
Chase, Joseph (I2786)
 
3795 [Chase.FTW]

[ThomasChaseDescendants.ged]

[Research21858.FTW]
Was a farmer 
Chase, Sarson (I2842)
 
3796 [Chase.FTW]

[ThomasChaseDescendants.ged]

[Research21858.FTW]
Was a farmer. He moved to Livermore, ME in 1791. During the revolution served in the Sea Forces as a privateersman and in the Naval establishment. In the latter he saw service with Commodore John Paul
Jones and was captured and incarcerated in Mill Prison, Plymouth, England. He was the ancestor of Elizabeth Chase, Born October 09, 1832, later known as Elizabeth Akers-Allen, the poetess, author of "Rock Me To Sleep, Mother" and other well known poems. 
Chase, Thomas (I2835)
 
3797 [Chase.FTW]

[ThomasChaseDescendants.ged]

[Research21858.FTW]
Was a member of Congress and Chief Justice of Rhode Island 
Burgess, Tristram (I2798)
 
3798 [Chase.FTW]

[ThomasChaseDescendants.ged]

[Research21858.FTW]
Was a shipwright. Moved to Nantucket, MA 
Daggett, Elijah (I2745)
 
3799 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I2914)
 
3800 [Chase.FTW]

[ThomasChaseDescendants.ged]

[Research21858.FTW]
Was a Yeoman 
Chase, Thomas (I2749)
 

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