Ancestors of Margaret Euleta Kenote

Third Generation (Grandparents)

4. George Kenote-[16], son of Peter Kenote Knoth-[157] and Kunigunda Kate Hicks- [158], was born in May 1848 in , , Hesse Kassel, Germany died on 7 Feb 1891 in Roulette, Potter, PA, at age 43, and was buried in Feb 1891 in Roulette, Potter, PA.
 

General Notes: !CENSUS: 1860 U.S. Federal Population Census Napanoch, Town of Warders, Ulster, NY page 201 dwelling number 1439, family number 1256 Family History Center Salt Lake City, UT, Film number 803872 Ulster part of Warders. Census indicated two additional family members, Rohler an 18 year old male and Caroline a 6 year old female.
!CENSUS: 1875 New York State Census, Sullivan County, Town of Neversink, p 11, Line 36: George Knot, Boarder age 25, birthplace Germany, single, native, naturalized, blacksmith. Family History Center, Santa Monica, CA. Microfilm 838.343. (Spelling of Kenot as listed on the census.)
!CENSUS: 1880 U.S. Federal Population Census, Trenton Township, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania,Vol 24 Enumeration District 257, Sheet 3, Line 47. Family History Library, Santa Monica, CA. Microfilm T9, Roll 1125.
!BIRTH: MARRIAGE: Carolyn Timmerman Sidenius. DESCENDANTS OF LIEUT. HENRY TIMMERMAN OF HERKIMER COUNTY, NEW YORK, Snell- Zimmerman-Timmerman Reunion, Inc., Heart of the Lakes Publishing, Interlaken, New York 1988. p 149.
BIRTH: Birthplace for father and siblings listed in 1880 as Germany. In the 1870 Census the birthplace is listed as Hesse, Germany. It is assumed that George was born there also.
!OCCUPATION; Beers, HISTORY OF THE COUNTIES OF MCKEAN, ELK AND CAMERON AND POTTER, PENNSYLVANIA, (Chicago, IL. 1890) p 1129. Los Angeles Public Library, Los Angeles, CA. Call number Gen R 974.8 H6733.
!"The flood of May 31, 1889, did much damage here and in the vicinity. It took out Fishing Creek bridge, Trout Brook Bridge on Main Street, the bridge by George Kenote's blacksmith shop, a stringer from Card Creek bridge, the bridge at Tauscher's mill on Fishing creek, washed out the entire road in from of W. S. Brine, so that teams had to drive through his orchards; also carried away the side walk from Pomeroy bridge to Knowlton's barn, tore up the sidewalk from White's store to the iron bridge and carried part of it away, removed some small buildings and entirely destroyed some gardens and carried away many logs from Bard's sawmill."
!DEATH DATE AND PLACE: Abstract from The Samuel W. Smith Library, Port Allegany, PA, the section Roulette New, Port Allegany Reporter, Dated February 13, 1891, Roulette News states: "On Saturday last the news spread that Mr. George Keynote had shot himself by the accidental discharge of a gun which he was cleaning. Dr. Fisher was called and pronounced him dead. The funeral was held at Sartwell, PA., on Tuesday. He leaves a wife and four children to mourn his death." (The spelling of Keynote is correct.)
!Roulette, Potter County, PA is very close to Port Allegany, McKean County. Sartwell where George Kenote was buried is in McKean County, PA
!DEATH DATE AND PLACE: The Potter County Journal, Potter, PA February 12, 1891. "Accidental Shooting." "George Keynote of Roulette, was killed on Saturday last, by the accidental discharge of a gun. He was arranging for a rabbit hunt and had a combination rifle and shot gun, which had been loaded for some time, and before leaving for the woods, thought it best to shoot the old loads out. He had no difficulty in firing off one barrel, but found it necessary to draw the load from the other."
!"He went to his blacksmith shop and put the gun in the vice, and it is thought that is some ways or other he jarred the gun sufficiently to cause it to be fired. His body was found a short time afterward by his wife. Upon examination it was discovered that the ball entered the abdomen and passed upward through the heart. Mr. Keynote will be remember by many of our readers as a former resident of this place. His remains were taken to Sartwell for interment, Tuesday morning." (Spelling of Keynote is correct according to the newspaper.)
!DEATH DATE AND PLACE: The Potter County Journal, PA February 12, 1891, "On Saturday evening, Mr. Geo. Keynote accidentally shot and killed himself while trying to draw the charge from his gun, which he had securely fastened to a vise. Mr. Keynote was a quiet, industrious citizen, and his bereaved family have the sympathy of the community." (Spelling of Keynote is correct according to the newspaper article.)
!PROBATE: Probate Record Registers Docket "C" Potter County, PA, Page 240, item 222. In the "Matter of the Estate of George Kenote Late of Roulett, PA." "And now, 17 February 1891, Catherine stated that George Kenote died at 5 o' clock Saturday, 7 Feb 1891. Catherine Kenote said that George died Intestate, leaving a widow and children."
!LAND: Deed of William Kelley and Rosa Kelley to George Kenote and Catherine Kenote, 15 Jan 1887. Potter County, PA. Deed Book ,W page 117.
!LAND: Deed Catherine Kenote to Calvin Seymour. Potter County, PA. Recorded 30 November 1891. Deed Book C 1, page 15.
!FAMILY TRADITION: Immigrant ancestor Peter Kenote came from Germany. The 1870 U.S. Population Census states the place of birth for his father, Peter Kenote, Hesse, Germany, George was not listed with the family in the 1870 census.
!IMMIGRATION: George Kenote came to this country in 1856-57. This is taken from a biographical sketch on his brother, Charles F Kenote. Time Line for George Kenote 1848-----Born Hesse, Germany 1856-----Came to US with family, father, mother and siblings 1875-----1875 New York State Census, Sullivan County, Neversink Township, border, single, native, naturalized and a blacksmith. 1875----Married Catherine Kelly 1876----Jane Kenote born Sullivan County, PA 1880----Frances Kenote born Tylers, Clearfield, PA 1880----U.S. Census Population Schedule, Trenton, Clearfield County, PA 1883----John Kenote born Clearfield County, PA 1886----George Alousis Kenote born in Roulette, Potter, PA 1887---- Purchased land from brother-in-law William Kelly 1889----Flood damaged area and his blacksmith shop 1891----Accidental shooting of George Kenote as he removed a charge from a gun before a rabbit hunt. 1891----Buried in Sartwell, St Mary's Cemetery, McKean County, PA
!PROBATE: Probate File, In the Matter of the Estate of George Kenote State of Roulette, PA., deceased. Inventory and Appraisement List of Personal Estate filed in the Register's office of Potter County, Mch 17 A.D. 1891, A. H. Kennedy, Register. No 222.
!Administrators Bonds, Know all Men by these Presents, THAT We Katherine Kenote and K.L. White of Roulet are held and firmly bound unto the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, in the sum of Six Hundred Dollars, to be paid to the said Commonwealth, to which payment well and truly to be made, we bind ourselves jointly and severally for and in the whole, our heirs, executors and administrators, firmly by these presents; sealed with our seals, dated the 17th day of February, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and ninety one.
!THE CONDITION OF THIS OBLIGATION IS SUCH, That if the above bounded Katherine Kenote of Roulet adminisatrix of all and singular the goods, chattels and credits of George Kenote late of the Township of Roulet, deceased, do make or cause to be made a true and perfect Inventory of all and singular the goods, chattels and credits of the deceased, which have or shall come to the hands, possession of or knowledge of her the said Katharine Kenote or into the hands or possession of any other person or persons for her, and the same so made does exhibit or cause to be exhibited into the Register's office, in the county of Potter at or before the 17th day of March next ensuing; and the same goods, chattels and credits, and all the other goods, chattels and credits of the said deceased at the time of his death, which at any time after shall come into the hands or possession of the said Katherine Kenote or into the hands or possession of any other person or persons for her does well and truly administer according to law.
!And further does make or cause to be made a true and just account for her said administration, at or before the 17th day of February A.D., 1892 and all the rest and residue of said goods, chattels and credits which shall be found remaining upon the said administrator's account (the same being first examined and allowed of by the Orphan's Court of the county of Potter), shall delivery and pay unto such person or persons respectively, as the said Orphan's Court by their decree or sentence,
pursuant to the true intent and meaning of the several laws now in force in the Commonwealth, shall limit and appoint. !And if it shall hear after appear, (sic), that any last Will and Testament was made by said deceased, and the executor or executors therein named do exhibit the same into the register's office, making request to have it allowed and approved accordingly. And if then the above bonded Katherine Kenote Being thereunto required, do render and deliver the said letters of administration, (approbation of such testament being first had and made in said Register's Office), then this obligation to be void and of none effect, or else to be and remain in full force and virtue.
!Signed, sealed and delivered in the presence of A. L. Rennells, Kate Kenote (l.S.), R. L. White (L.S.)
!State of Pennsylvania, County of Potter, ss.: BEFORE ME, A.. Rennells, Esq., Register for the Probate of Wills and granting letters of Administration, in and for said County, came Katherine Kenote, Widow of George Kenote of Roulet who being qualified say that as* Adminstratix of the Estate of George Kenote late of Roulet deceased you will well and truly administer, the goods and chattels, rights and credits of said deceased according to law; and also will diligently and faithfully regard, and well and truly comply with the provisions of the law relating to collateral inheritances. Sworn and subscribed before me this 17th day of Feby A.D. 1891 A. L. Rennells, Catherine Kenote
!Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Potter County, ss. Personally appeared before me A. L. Rennells, Register for the Probate of Wills and granting Letters of Administration, in and for said County Katherine Kenote who being duly Sworn according to law, doth depose and said that George Kenote , late of Roulet Twp., said County, deceased, died at Roulet Village, on or about Saturday the 7th day of February, A.D. 1891, at 5 o'clock 30 PM. of said day, to the best of her knowledge and belief. Sworn and subscribed before me this 17 day of Febry A.D. 1891. A. L Rennells Register, Catherine Kenote
!INVENTORY AND APPRAISEMENT LIST OF DECEDENTS ESTATE: In the matter of the Estate of George Kenote, late of the Township of Roulette, in the County of Potter and State of Pennsylvania, deceased. Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Potter County. ss: Personally appeared before me, a Justice of the Peace in and for said County J V Weimer and Lewis Gerwich and who upon their solemn oaths, do depose and say, that they will well and truly and without prejudice or partiality, value and appraise the goods, chattels and credits which were of said George Kenote, deceased and in all respects perform their duty as appraisers, to the best of their skill and judgement. Sworn to and subscribed before me this 24th day of Feby A.D. 1891 J. B. Davidson, Justice of the Peace. J. V. Weinner, Lewis Gerwich.

George married Catharine Kelly-[17] [MRIN:17] in 1875 in Grahamsville, Sullivan, NY.

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Children from this marriage were:
i. Jane Kenote-[624] (born in 1876 , Sullivan, NY - died before 1976 in , , NY)
ii. Frances Kenote-[166] (born in Jul 1880 Tylers, Clearfield, PA - died on 27 Dec 1917 in Coudersport, Potter, PA)
iii. John Kenote-[162] (born about 1883 , , NY - died in 1916 in , , NY)
2 iv. George Alousis Kenote-[14] (born on 6 Oct 1886 Roulette, Potter, PA - died on 10 May 1944 in Cleveland, Cuyahoga, OH)
v. James P Kenote-[164] (born in 1888 Roulette, Potter, PA - died on 25 Feb 1911 in Buffalo, Erie, NY)

5. Catharine Kelly-[17], daughter of James George Kelly-[20] and Mary McGovern- [21], was born in 1852 in Grahamsville Neversink, Sullivan, NY died after 1928 in Olean, Cattaraugus, NY, and was buried after 1928 in Olean, Cattaraugus, NY.

General Notes: !CENSUS: 1850 U.S. Federal Population Schedule, Neversink, Sullivan County, New York, Dwelling number 119, Family Number 124. Microfilm number M432, Roll 602. Family History Center, Santa Monica, CA.
!CENSUS: 1855 New York State Population, Neversink, Sullivan County, New York, Dwelling number 123, Family number 123. Microfilm number 838,341. Family History Library, Santa Monica, CA.
!CENSUS: 1860 U.S. Federal Population Schedule, Neversink, Sullivan County, New York, Dwelling number 653, Family number 649, page 81-82. Microfilm number M653, Roll 866. Family History Library, Santa Monica, CA.
!CENSUS: 1865 New York State Population, Neversink, Sullivan County, New York, Dwelling number 178, Family number 178.
!CENSUS: 1880 U.S. Federal Population Census, Trenton Township, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania,Vol 24 Enumeration District 257, Sheet 3 line 47. Family History Library, Santa Monica, CA. Microfilm T9, roll 1125.
!BIRTH: MARRIAGE: Carolyn Timmerman Sidenius. DESCENDANTS OF LIEUT. HENRY TIMMERMAN OF HERKIMER COUNTY, NEW YORK, Snell- Zimmerman-Timmerman Reunion, Inc. Heart of the Lakes Publishing, Interlaken, New York 1988. P 149.
!BIRTH DATE AND PLACE: Birth certificate in possession of Margaret Kenote Hoff, 3509 N. E. 52nd Avenue, Vancouver, WA 98661
!MARRIAGE DATE AND PLACE: Marriage certificate in possession of Margaret Kenote Hoff, 3509 N. E. 52nd Avenue, Vancouver, WA 98661
!DEATH: George Kenote Husband to Catharine, Port Allegany Reporter, Port Allegany, McKean County, PA. Dated Feb 13, 1891 Roulette News, states: "On Saturday last the news spread that Mr. George Keynote had shot himself by the accidental discharge of a gun which he was cleaning. Dr. Fisher was called and pronounced him dead. The funeral was held at Sartwell, PA on Tuesday. He leaves a wife and four children to mourn his death." The spelling of Keynote is correct.
!PROBATE: Probate Record Registers Docket "C" Potter County, PA, Page 240, item 222. In the "Matter of the Estate of George Kenote Late of Roulett, PA." "And now 17 February 1891 Catherine stated that George Kenote died at 5 o' clock Saturday, 7 Feb 1891. Catherine Kenote said that George died Intestate, leaving a widow and children."
!LAND: Deed of William Kelley and Rosa Kelley to George Kenote and Catherine Kenote 15 Jan 1887. Potter County, PA. Deed book W page 117.
!LAND: Deed Catherine Kenote to Calvin Seymour. Potter County, PA. Recorded 30 November 1891. Deed book C 1 page 15.
!CENSUS: 1910 U. S. Federal Census, Population Schedule, Olean City, Cattaragus County, New York, Supervisor's District 30, Enumeration District 83, ward of city 6, sheet 6. Location, house number 316, dwelling number 126, Family number 137. North Eighth Street. Family History Library, Santa Monica, CA. Call number 1821088, Microfilm T624/5, roll 1088.
!RESIDENCE: Olean, Cattaragus, New York, from 1901 to 1928. Obituaries for siblings in Coudersport, Potter, PA indicate her residence.

Catharine married George Kenote-[16] [MRIN:17] in 1875 in Grahamsville, Sullivan, NY.

Catharine next married John Jack Brady-[59] [MRIN:20], in 1892 in , Sullivan, NY. John was born in 1864 in , , , Ireland, died before 1955 in , , NY, and was buried before 1955 in , ,NY.

General Notes: !Family Records
!CENSUS: 1910 U.S. Federal Population Census, Olean City, Cattaragus County, New York, Supervisors District 30, Enumeration District 83, Ward of city 6, sheet 6, House number 316, Dwelling number 126, Family number 137. North Eight Street.
!IMMIGRATION: 1874 from Ireland.
!CENSUS: 1920 U.S. Federal Population Census Olean City, Cattaragus County, New York, Supervisors District 22, Enumeration District 83,Ward of City 8, Sheet 11, House number 313, Dwelling number 259, Family number 283, North Eight Street. Family History Library, Santa Monica, Ca. Call number 1821088, T625, Roll 1088.

Children from this marriage were:
i. John Joseph Brady-[60] (born in 1892 , Sullivan, NY - died in 1913 in , , NY)
ii. C. Lillian Brady-[61] (born in 1895 , Sullivan, NY - died in 1943 in , , NY)

6. Derick William Boh-[18], son of Martin Nicholes Boh-[31] and Mary Anna Haremaker-[32], was born on 10 Apr 1868 in New York City, New York, NY died on 17 Aug 1944 in Enumclaw, Pierce, WA, at age 76, and was buried on 20 Aug 1944 in Enumclaw, Pierce, WA.
 

General Notes: !BIRTH DATE AND PLACE: MARRIAGE DATE AND PLACE:
Transcribed places from personal hand written originals of Derrick William Boh. Originals in possession, Joyanna Hoff Carlton, 9326 Orizaba Avenue, Downey, CA 90240
!MARRIAGE DATE AND PLACE: First and third marriage dates and places listed by Derrick William Boh. Third marriage was 62 years after his birth.
MARRIAGE DATE AND PLACE: The second wife Emily married Derrick in New York. She is mentioned in a letter from Derrick's mother Mary Ann Haremaker and is listed in the 1920 Census in Enumclaw, King County, Washington.
!CENSUS: 1870 U. S. Federal Population Census, New York, Oneida County, Township Trenton, Post Office Holland Patent, 27 Jun 1870, Page 1. Dwelling number 459. Family number 478. Stamped page number 754. David and Kipolet. sic. Family History Library, Santa Monica, CA. Microfilm 552558.
!CENSUS: 1880 U. S. Federal Population Census, City Morehouse, Hamilton County, New York. Vol 25, Enumeration District 17, Sheet 6, line 10. Dwelling place 37. Family number 40. The census lists Derrick, Hypotile, Burtie, and Eleanor, all born in New York. Family History Library, Santa Monica, CA. Microfilm T9, roll 1837.
CENSUS: 1920 U.S. Population, Enumclaw, King, Washington, page 2A, Dwelling number 32, Family number 234, line 4. Family History Center Santa Monica, CA Microfilm T695, roll 1924.
!BIRTH: MARRIAGE: DEATH: Carolyn Timmerman Sidenius. DESCENDANTS OF LIEUT. HENRY TIMMERMAN OF HERKIMER COUNTY, (New York. Snell- Zimmerman-Timmerman Reunion, Inc. Heart of the Lakes Publishing, Interlaken, New York,(1988), pages 56 and 99.
!MARRIAGE-SPOUSE-PARENTS: Town of Orleans, La Fargeville, NY 13656, Letter from the Town Clerk, Mrs. Ramona J. Bretsch, November 22, 1968, extract, "From the search of the old records, I have found the marriage of Derrick W. Boh on August 8, 1888, a railroad agent, 21 years old, resident of Town of Orleans, born in New York City, the son of Martin Boh and Mary Hairmaker(?) to Hattie Timmerman, resident of Town of Orleans, age 20, born in Town of Orleans, the first marriage being performed by Eugene L. Wade, clergyman and marriage was registered on August 9 1888."
!DEATH DATE AND PLACE: Date, Aug 17, 1944 and place taken from Death Certificate issued in Washington State Vital Statistics, Olympia, Washington, State File No. 777, Registrar's No 1510. Derrick died in Enumclaw, King County, Washington. The informant was his third wife Flora Bell Buchanan Boh.
RESIDENCE: Derrick moved to Enumclaw in 1915. The death certificate states he was a resident of Enumclaw for 29 years.
INTERVIEWS: John Kenote a grand nephew. He was too tired to answer any questions So I sent off a questionnaire. John and his mother Margaret Eleanor Boh Kenote did stop to visit with Derrick Boh in the early 1930's. Shirley Euleta Hoff Ravenberg was a great granddaughter who remembered Grandpa Boh. She remembers that he loved flowers and always had a beautiful garden. There is a picture of Grandpa (Derrick) Boh in his flower garden. .
!Family Records of Margaret Kenote Hoff, great-granddaughter of Martin Nicholas Boh. Address 3509 N. E. 52nd Street, Vancouver, WA 98661
Time Line for Derrick William Boh
1868 Born in New York City, NY
1870 US Census Trenton, Oneida, New York
1880 US Census Morehouseville, Hamilton, NY
1888 Married Hattie Izora Timmerman Orleans, Jefferson, NY
1889 Daughter Margaret Eleanor Boh was born in Orleans, Jefferson, NY
1904 Hattie, his wife, dies in Salamanca, Cattaraugus, NY
1912 Letter from mother stating he is courting Emily
1920 US Census Enumclaw, King, Washington
1930 married Flora Belle Magnuson Buchanan.
1944 Death Resident of Enumclaw for 29 years
LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT OF MARTIN BOH, 1425 Steuben Street, Utica, N.Y.
I, Martin Boh, of the City of Utica, Oneida County, N. Y. being of sound mind and memory do make, ordain, publish and declare this to be my last will and testament as follows:
I. I direct my Executor hereinafter named to pay all my just debts and funeral expenses.
II. I direct my Executor hereinafter names to see that my remains shall be buried by the side of my wife in the Cemetery at Prospect, Oneida County, New York.
III I hereby give and bequeath all my wearing apparel unto my grandson Raymond Boh or Northwood, N. Y.
IV. All the rest, residue and reminder of my property I give, bequeath and devise unto my children to be equally divided between them, their names and addresses
being as follows: Derick W. Boh, of Enumclaw, Washington; George M. Boh, 14 Florence Street, Hornell, N. Y.; Hornell, N. Y.; Albert M. Boh, Prospect, N. Y., John S. Boh, Morehouseville, N. Y., and Eleanore B. Hart, 1425 Steuben Street, Utica, N.Y.
V. I hereby nominate, constitute and appoint my grandson William M. Hart, 1425 Steuben Street, Utica, N. Y. , Executor of this my l;ast will and testament, hereby granting unto him full power and authority to sell real estate, and I direct that he shall not be compelled to give any bond or other security because of his acting as Executor under this will, and I hereby revoke all wills by me made.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand this 27th day of December, 1922
Martin Boh
The foregoing will was subscribed, published and declared by Martin Boh, as and for his last will and testament, in our presence and in the presence of each of us, and we, at the same time, at his request, in his presence and in the presence of each other, hereunto subscribe our names and residences as attesting witnesses.
Eugenia M Duffy Residing at 1792 Sunset Ave, Utica, N Y
Wm. O Learey, Residing Utica City, N. Y.

Derick married Hattie Sarah Timmerman-[19] [MRIN:18] on 9 Aug 1888 in Orleans, Jefferson, NY.

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!MARRIAGE: Marriage Certificate of Marriage Registration for Derrick W. Boh and Hatte Timmerman District Name Orleans, District No. 2263, Local Register No.67 Town Clerk Town of Orleans, La Fargeville, New York 13656.

Children from this marriage were:
3 i. Margaret Eleanor Boh-[15] (born on 6 May 1889 Orleans, Jefferson, NY - died on 19 Jan 1974 in Kirkland, King, WA)

Derick next married Mrs Emily Boh-[10503] [MRIN:3769], about 1908 in Morehouseviile, Hamilton, NY. Mrs was born in 1878 in , , MO.

General Notes: CENSUS: 1920 U.S. Population, Enumclaw, King, Washington, page 2A, Dwelling number 32, Family number 234, line 4. Family History Center Santa Monica, CA Microfilm T695, roll 1924.
MARRIAGE DATE AND PLACE: The second wife Emily married Derrick in New York. She is mentioned in a letter from Derrick's mother Mary Ann Haremaker and is listed in the 1920 Census in Enumclaw, King County, Washington.

Derick next married Flora Belle Magnuson Buchanan-[43] [MRIN:21], daughter of George Buchanan-[2301] and Nettie Niedrug-[2302], on 26 Aug 1930 in Enumclaw, Pierce, WA. Flora was born on 26 Aug 1885 in Cleveland, Cuyahoga, OH, died before 1985 in Enumclaw, Pierce, WA, and was buried before 1985 in Enumclaw, Pierce, WA.

General Notes: !BIRTH: MARRIAGE: DEATH: Copied from record of Derrick William Boh. Originals in possession of ggdau, Joyanna Carlton.

7. Hattie Sarah Timmerman-[19], daughter of George H Timmerman-[441] and Lucille Izora Payne-[25], was born on 10 Oct 1868 in Orleans, Jefferson, NY died on 12 Feb 1904 in Salamanca, Cattaraugus, NY, at age 35, and was buried on 14 Feb 1904 in Salamanca, Cattaraugus, NY.

General Notes: !BIRTH: MARRIAGE: DEATH DATES AND PLACES: Carolyn Timmerman Sidenius. Descendants of Lieut. Henry Timmerman of Herkimer County, New York. Snell-Zimmerman-Timmerman Reunion, Inc. Heart of the Lakes Publishing, Interlaken, New York 1988. P 56, 99.
!PARENTS: Town of Orleans, La Fargeville, NY 13656, Letter from the Town Clerk, Mrs. Ramona J. Bretsch, November 22, 1968, extract, "From the search of the old records, I have found the marriage of Derrick W. Boh on August 8, 1888, a railroad agent, 21 years old, resident of Town of Orleans, born in New York City, the son of Martin Boh and Mary Hairmaker(?) to Hattie Timmerman, resident of Town of Orleans, age 20, born in Town of Orleans, the first marriage being performed by Eugene L. Wade, clergyman and marriage was registered on August 9 1888."
!BIRTH: 1870 U.S. Federal Population Census, Town of Orleans, Jefferson County, New York. p 24 Dwelling number 200, Family number 203, line 37, Family History Library, Santa Monica, CA film number 593, Roll 945.
!WILL: The People of the State of New York to, Spencer Payne, Frank Payne, Adelbert Payne, Edward Payne, Hattie Boh, Carrie Gray, Merton Timmerman, Emery Timmerman, Laura Timmerman, Next of kin and heirs at law of William Payne late of the Town of Orleans in the County of Jefferson and State of New York, deceased, SEND GREETING: WHEREAS: Almerin Payne the Executor named in the last Will and Testament of the said William Payne deceased, has lately applied to our Surrogate of our county of Jefferson, to have the said Will proved as a Will of Real and Personal Property, in pursuance of the statute in such case made and provided: YOU AND EACH OF YOU are therefore cited and required personally to be and appear before our said Surrogate, at his office in the city of Watertown, in the county of Jefferson, on the 20 day of March next, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, then and there to attend the probate of the said last Will and Testament; and those of you who are under the age of twenty-one years are required to appear by your guardian, if you have one, if you have none, that you appear and apply for one to be appointed, or in the event of your neglect or failure to do so, a guardian will be appointed by the Surrogate to represent and act for you in this proceeding. IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, We have caused the Seal of office of our said Surrogate to be hereunto affixed. WITNESS, Charles L. Adams, Surrogate of the said County of Jefferson, at the City of Watertown, the 18th day of February A.D., 1899 C. L. Adams Surrogate.
Will 38 Page 390 The Last Will and Testament of William Payne Deceased Be it Remembered, That heretofore, to wit: on the 18th day of February in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and ninety-nine Almerin Payne of Gouverneur St Lawrence County, N.Y. the sole Executor named in the last Will and Testament of William Payne. Late of the Town of Orleans in the County of Jefferson, deceased, appeared in Open Court before the Surrogate of the County of Jefferson and made application to have the said last Will and Testament which relates to Personal Estate, proved; and on such application the said Surrogate did ascertain by satisfactory evidence who were the ---- heirs at law and next of kin of the said testator, and their respective residences and they are as follows, viz:  Almerin Payne Son Gouverneur, N.Y. Spencer Payne Son Orleans 4 Cor, N.Y. Frank Payne Son Orleans 4 Cor, N.Y. Adelbert PayneSon Rutland, Vermont Edward Payne Son Waruer, S.D. Hattie Sarah Granddaughter Owego, Tioga, N.Y. Carrie Gray Granddaughter Orleans, N. Y. Melton Timmerman Grandson Troy, N.Y. Emory Timmerman Grandson Orleans, NY Laura Timmerman Granddaughter Orleans, N.Y. And said Surrogate did thereupon issue a citation in due form of law, direct to the heirs at law and next of kinââ†by their respective names and requiring them to appear before said Surrogate at his office in the City of Watertown, in said County, on the 20th day of March A, D, 1899, to attend to the Probate of said Will and afterwards, to wit; on the 20th day of March A. D. 1899 satisfactory evidence by affidavit was produced and presented to said Surrogate of the due service of said citation in the mode prescri- bed by law, and said Surrogate having duly appointed Joseph Nellis Atty at law of the City of Watertown special guardian of Laura Timmerman a survivor duly served with the Citation and said special guardian having immediately appeared before said Surrogate. And afterwards, to wit: evidence by affidavit by law, and on that day, no one appearing to oppose the probate of such Will--- such proceedings were thereupon had in said Court afterwards, that the said Surrogate took the proofs of said will----- herein set forth, upon this 20th day of March A.D. 1899 and he thereupon adjudged the said Will------ to be valid Will----- of Real and Personal Estate, and the proofs thereof to be sufficient; which said last Will and Testament------ and proofs, are hereinafter recorded in this book. C. L. Adams Surrogate page 391
William Payne Estate Will
In the Name of God, Amen
I William Payne of the Town of Orleans in the County of Jefferson and State of New York, being of sound mind and memory, do make, publish, and declare this my last Will and Testament, in manner following, that is to say:
First I direct that all my just debts and funeral expenses by paid
Second I give and bequeath to my grand Daughter Hattie Sarah Five Hundred Dollars.
Third I give and bequeath to my grand Daughter Carrie Gray Three Hundred Dollars
Fourth I give and bequeath to my grand Son Merton Timmerman Two Hundred Dollars
Fifth I give and bequeath to my grand Son Emery Timmerman Two Hundred Dollars
Sixth I give and bequeath to my grand daughter Laura Timmerman Two Hundred Dollars
Seventh I give and bequeath to my grand Son Herman Payne Five Hundred Dollars
Eighth I give and bequeath to my Son Spencer Payne Two Hundred Dollars
Ninth I give and bequeath to my son Frank Payne Two Hundred Dollars
Tenth I give and bequeath to my son Almerin Payne Five Hundred Dollars
Eleventh I give and bequeath to my son Adelbert Payne Five Hundred Dollars
Twelfth I give and bequeath to my son Edward Payne Five Hundred Dollars
Thirteenth I give devise and bequeath all the rest residue and remainder of my property tomy sons Spencer Payne, Almerin Payne, Edward Payne, Adelbert Payne, and Frank Payne, Equally share and share alike.
Lastly I hereby appoint my son Almerin Payne Sole executor of this my last Will and Testament; hereby revoking all former wills by me made.
In Witness Whereof, I have hereunto subscribed my name the 29th day of December in the year of our Lord one thousand Eight hundred and ninety eight. Wm Payne (L.S.) We, whose names are hereto subscribed, Do certify, that William Payne the testator, subscribed his name to this instrument in our presence and in the presence of each of us, and at the same time, in our presence and hearing, declared the same to be his last Will and Testament, and requested us, and each of us, to sign our names thereto as witnesses to the Execution thereof, which we hereby do in the presence of the testator and of each other, on the day of the date of the said will, and write opposite page 392 our names our respective places of residence. David H. Davis residing at Orleans N. Y. Bryon J Strough residing at Lafargeville Jeff Co N. Y page 393 SURROGATE'S COURT IN THE MATTER OF PROVING THE LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT OF
William Payne Deceased
Jefferson County, ss.
David H. Davis of Orleans, N. Y. and Bryon J Strough La Fargeville N. Y. being first duly sworn in open Court, upon their several corporeal oaths, each for himself doth dispose and say that they are subscribing witnesses to the last Will and Testament of William Payne late of the Town of Orleans in the County of Jefferson, and State of New York, deceased. And these deponents do further say that the said William Payne deceased, did, in the presence of each of these deponents, subscribe his name at the end of the instrument, in writing, which is now here shown to these deponents, and which purports to be the last Will and Testament of the said deceased, and which bears date on the 29th day of December on thousand eight hundred and ninety-eight. That the said deceased did, at the time of subscribing his name to the said instrument as aforesaid, declare the same to be his last Will and Testament; and these deponents did thereupon subscribe their own respective names at the end of said instrument as attesting to the execution thereof, each at the request of the said deceased, and in his  presence and in the presence of each other. That the said deceased at the time of so subscribing his name to said instrument as aforesaid, and publishing said instrument as aforesaid was upwards of twenty-one years of age and a citizen of the United States. That he appeared to be, and deponents believe he was of sound mind, memory and understanding, and not under any restraint, and as deponents verily believe, in all respects competent to devise real estate. That each of these deponents saw the other sigh his name to said instrument in the presence of said deceased. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 20th David H Davis day of March 1899 Bryon J Strough
C.L. Adams Surrogate
Jefferson County, ss.
It appearing upon the proofs duly taken in respect to the last Will and Testament of William Payne late of the 20th of March in the said county of Jefferson and State of New York, deceased, that the said Will was duly executed, and that the said William Payne at the time he executed the same, was in all aspects competent to devise real estate, and not under restraint, the said last Will and Testament and the proofs and examinations are hereby recorded, signed and certified by me, pursuant in the provisions of the Revised Statues, this 20th day of March A.D. 1899
C. L. Adams Surrogate

Hattie married Derick William Boh-[18] [MRIN:18] on 9 Aug 1888 in Orleans, Jefferson, NY.


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