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51 CONFLICT: The Outhouse Family BIble indicates 26 Oct 1883. Family: F2019
52 Considering she was only 13 years old, she was probably married in Texas. Family: F884
53 Denise does not have all the children that I have listed for this couple. Family: F2254
54 Doran-Wood citation: Ancestry of Samuel Relf Durand, Durand, Samuel Relf (1904-1996) Publication: Palo Alto, CA: Handwritten, circa 1991, Repository: Collection of Derek Doran-Wood, Media: Manuscript, Page: 108 Family: F1571
55 Dutch Reformed Church Family: F3018
56 Dutch Reformed Church Family: F3019
57 Dutch Reformed Church Family: F3022
58 Dutch Reformed Church Family: F3022
59 Edwin appears with wife Susan in 1870 and with Mary in 1880. Family: F1809
60 Enge lists mrg date of 31 Aug 1757. Family: F1556
61 Entry in 1666 records for the Dutch Reformed Church: # 25 Apr; Simon Claeszen, Annetie Lodovycks; Lodovyc; Harmen Janszen. Names are usually the parents, the child, and sponsors, but its hard to tell who is who. Lodovyc wasn't born Miller lists Simon as marrying Tryntie Gerrits on 27 Jun 1686 in New York however we also have a death date for him of 1684.

The Dutch Reformed Church NYC Marriage Register for 1655 showed: 7 Aug. Simon Claeszen Van Groeningen, en Anneken Lodewycx, Van Amsterd. Transcrption was published in the The New York Genealogical and Biographical Record published 1890 and 1940. 
Family: F416
62 Family lived in severe but impressive brick mansion house, LaVue, on R F & P railroad in Spotsylvania Va. 1875ish a stepmother appears and young son split for Indiana. Stepmother's only son, named for a Confedrate hero dies. Stepmother dies. Meanwhile young son Thomas becomes M.D. in Indiana. marries Orpha Outhouse. (name americanized from german Athaus. God knows who talked them into that move) Dr. Thomas Alsop dies about time stepmother dies. Orpha and two daughters return to Va mansion in 1915. Eldest daughter, Olive (Ca 1890-1968) marries automotive pioneer Herman Swanson (Franklin Aircooled Car) 1887-1972 live in house with Orpha who died about 1960 at great age. Younger daughter Blanche 1899-1987 married C. Fred. Hansen, president of W T Grant and lived in NYC. I have key to family mausaleum on LaVue.


Thomas Everett attended and lived at the Fredericksburg Military Academy as a way of escaping his stepmother. Following graduation, he went to Yazoo City to visit his Uncle Thomas, then moved to Indiana to be with his brother George at the age of 20. After two years, he returned to Virginia to attend the Virginia Medical School at Richmond, graduating in 1887 as a dentist. He returned to Freelandville where his brother George lived, then moved to Huey, 4 miles east of Carlyle, IL, After his marriage to Orpha Outhouse, he bought the practice of Dr. A.G. McGaffegan in Carlyle and moved into Carlyle. Thomas became ill in 1910, and realizing his death was imminent, he sold his practice and provided a firm financial basis for his family. Only a year later, the stepmother Sarah Broaddus died, finally putting La Vue back into the hands of William Samuel's descendants. As neither George or Thomas's wife Orpha wanted to move to Virginia at that time, Sue Read Alsop, the widow of George's uncle James Addison Alsop, was retained to oversee the estate as its resident manager. Sue Read had lived on the La Vue property, possibly at Hunter's Lodge, since 1879 or 1880, and she now moved into the main house of La Vue. Sue Read Alsop died in 1915, and George and Orpha were faced with a crisis. George did not want to give up his position as President of the American National Bank in Vincennes, and Orpha's youngest daughter Blanche was only 16. A family friend, Ella Parker, was induced to assume the position of caretaker of La Vue. In 1919, the oldest daughter Olive married, and with Blanche being 20 years old, Orpha was ready to move to La Vue. She and Blanche moved that year, and in 1923, Olive and her husband Herman Swanson joined them. The estate was in a sad state of disrepair, and George provided the funds for its renovation. In order to ease the problem of joint ownership, George gave Orpha his half interest in return for a nominal sum. Herman Swanson took over the duties of caretaker, but lacking any farming expertise and desiring to live a life of leisure, he ceased all farming activities and only once sold timber off the land. The period of 1923 to 1933 was marked by George Rush Alsop materially assisting Orpha in the financial management of the estate. When George died, a large number of IOUs were found in his safe deposit box, and George's wife burned them without attempting to collect on the debts. Blanche developed a great dislike of Herman Swanson and moved to New York City to get away from him. According to Blanche, Herman had romantic designs on her, and she henceforth never allowed herself to be alone with him. Fortunately for Blanche, she married well and became rather wealthy. She also helped maintain La Vue by sending money to her mother whenever asked. None of the rest of the family actively supported La Vue with funds, George's family and grandchildren frequently visited La Vue as their "ancestral home." Herman used the Alsop money to support a "country gentleman" life style, and pursued his hobby of buying Oriental rugs. Olive was interested in antiques, and the inherited items from William Samuel, Captain Jack, and even great-great-grandfather George were supplemented with items of high value. Among the Alsop family other than Orpha and Olive, Herman was frequently referred to as "the rat" for selling off Alsop land and living off of Alsop money without contributing anything of value himself. He sold off acreage while telling the family he was acquiring more, and by Orpha's death, the 1, 670 acre estate of 1919 had been reduced to only 677 acres. Although Herman Swanson claimed to have been born into wealth and made a forture himself as an automotive pioneer the truth was much different. He came from a working class family and his father rose from carpenter to foreman in a small furniture manufacturing company in Jamestown, New York. He worked a few years as an engineer at the Franklin Automobile Company, then was employed by the Fox Motor Car Company the short while it was in existence. By the end of 1923 he had had his fill of working for a living and retired to live at La Vue in style. (See separate biography of Herman Swanson.) In 1963 Orpha died and left the La Vue estate to Olive. Blanche was wealthy and unconcerned about money, only occasionally visited La Vue, and usually attempted to time her visits when Herman would be absent. Nonetheless, Orpha willed half of all the personal property and furnishings to Blanche, a bequest that Herman and his attorney kept from Blanche by not allowing her to see the will. Ultimately, Blanche would not recover many of her personal items and furnishings from her own room at La Vue. In 1968 Olive died without a will being located, and Herman inherited the estate. Although Herman's attorney had been involved in writing Orpha's will, Herman and he maintained that Olive had no will. The attorney also maintained that he had no knowledge of Orpha's will, even though his signature was on both codicils. Herman's lawyer wrote Herman's will while Olive's estate was still in probate, and gave himself La Vue on a life estate similar to what William Samuel had done for Sarah Broaddus. Subsequently the attorney was named to the bench, and probating Herman's will in his own court, he gave up the life estate for a payment of $50,000. He assigned laywers from his own firm to handle the estate, and a huge number of valuable items rapidly found their way into Virginia households of friends and political allies of the attorney's firm as well as the attorneys themselves. La Vue was stripped to the bone, and the Alsops specifically disinherited. Thomas and George would have very unhappy over the events that occurred after they died.

Leavell Family Web site (updated site) 
Family: F906
63 Family's Comments: Cert of Clear to Purchase Cert thence for Susan M 11-12-1845 Cert to Little Falls, Md, 2-10-1850 for both Cert thence 9-4-1866 Family: F786
64 First child died young and is buried in Forest Hill Cemetery (Published Outhouse Genealogy.) Married by Rev. John Raines, per the published Outhouse Genealogy. Their 60th wedding anniversary in 1911 was in the newspaper (--- Democrat 24 Sep 1911) Family: F1119
65 Five children Family: F592
66 Gaskell lists 1696 as marriage year. It's probably a misread since their children were born way before that. Family: F2982
67 Gaskell lists date of 8 Apr 1699. Family: F2988
68 Gaskelly lists 1682 in New York as marriage date and place. Family: F2983
69 Had been married for 8 years. Family: F2233
70 Hall citation re: children -- Handwritten notes in Westchester Outhouse file; Joseph, Ralph, Alice. 1900 census; Lester, Joseph, Alice. 1920 census; Ralph. commander of the Barbadoes Pacquet, sometime ago arrived at this port from Phyladelphia and no intending shortly to return, desired a few lines from us by way of certificate. Dated 6 mo 20, 1734, from Dublin, Ireland". Family: F1940
71 Hall citations for children: 1880 census; Elsworth, Clarence, Minnie, Ralph. Jean Line 1994; adds Hester and Emma. Outhouse book; says he had Becky and Eunice based on 1870 census; will assume these are same as Hester and Emma. Outhouse book also adds Lorenzo based on 1870 census. Family: F1937
72 Hall cites a "letter in Westchester files." Hanley lists her surname as FIELDS. Family: F1203
73 Hall cites obituary as source. Family: F1945
74 Hall note: "MARRIAGE: Cemetery record; Lavina w/o Daniel died 4 Dec 1840 age 19y7m; I think this is the correct Daniel." Family: F1914
75 Haner cites 1870 Michigan Census, Vermontville Twp. Family: F3175
76 Haner lists another child for this couple: Clark, no additional info. I did not list this name as another child, but thought that Emanuel Clark was the same person. Family: F1218
77 He is listed as age 21 at his first marriage. Family: F389
78 Hodnett citesa; Vital records - Aroostook County - Hodgdon - Births, Marriages, Deaths from 1837 to 1940 Publication: Original records filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah; Salt Lake City, Utah on June 24, 1954. Note: Information copied from the microfilm in February, 1998 by Marilyn Bailey of Kenduskeag, Maine and provided to A. Hodnett Family: F2536
79 Hodnett has Emeline marrying John Outhouse as his second wife in 1832, not Nicholas. Family: F1798
80 Hodnett lists mrg place as Hampstead, Queens, NB and cites: Edward S. Gerow, 24 Tampa Street, Nashua, New Hampshire 03064-2549. Email = Title: GEROW - Genealogy note on the descendants of Daniel Gerow & Hannah Golding Publication: March 2001 Family: F752
81 Horace deserted Fanny before their child was born. The baby died and Fanny died 'of a broken heart' within the year. Family: F1896
82 IGI lists date of 1877. Family: F2056
83 Illinois state index says Clay County; family notes say Marion Co. (Reese). Family: F2598
84 Individual: Smith, John Event: Married Year: 1810; Place: Niagara District; Province of record source: Ontario Source: Marriages of Non-Norfolk Residents by Norfolk County Ministers 1830-1870. Editor: William Yeager; Publisher: Norfolk Historical Society; Publication place: Simcoe; Publication year: 1981, Volume/Page(s): 91 Family: F2146
85 Johan and Catharina were married by Reverend Joshua Kocherthal in St. Peters Lutheran Church. Marriage Record: On July 27, 1710 Johannes Haner, from Birsen, in the Offenbach sovereignty, a widower, was married to Catharina, legitimate daughter of Johann Jacob Mussier form Steinfort in the Creichgau. Family: F300
86 Johannes and this Anna evidently lived in Birstein, 12 km north of Wachtersbach. Family: F301
87 John was at Bicker, Lincolnshire in 1809. The census of 1851 lists John Bossingham, age 60, agricultural labourer, of Norfolk Co., of the parrish of Upwell, with Ann, his wife, age 56, of Lincolnshire Co., and of the parish of Creeton, residing at Mumford Grove, Upwell, Norfolk [England]. The 1841 census lists John Bossingham [age 50, agricultural labourer, born in county],

Ann Bossingham, [age 45, not born in county], John [age 20, agricultural labourer, born in county] and William Johnson, [age 6, born in county], all of one household. .John was probably John and Ann's youngest son, William was probably the son of Mary Anne Bossingham and Richard Johnson, John and Ann's grandson. It also gives James and Lucy Ellis, age 25 [agricultural labourer] and 20 respectively, and John Ellis [age 20, of the Army] all of Upwell, Norfolk (indicating that they were born in that county)

A Mary Ann Bossingham appears in the 1850 census for Onandaga Co, NY, pg 285, ID#NYS6a286608. Witnesses were Robert Stevenson and William Bossingham. Traced through Debrett's of London 
Family: F376
88 Joseph and Elizabeth were early settlers in Zone TWP, Kent Co, Ontario coming from Nova Scotia. Mr. Outhouse took up 100 acres of land, on which they made a permanent home, and where he died. They had a family of nine children. Source: Outhouse Genealogy They were married in Regular Baptist Church officiated by Rev. William McDormand. Family: F826
89 Lawrence Smith Outhouse(210) was born Living , details withheld. !Adopted by George Lambros. Natural father said to be Jack Albert. Researcher: Richard Miller Parents: Utah Lauretta Outhouse. Source: Family: F1964
90 LDS data says they married in Vandalia, Audrain Co, IL. Family: F1672
91 License date 17 Nov 1867, Family: F1667
92 Marriage recorded in EQG, p. 399, Westbury Monthly Meeting. Marriage recorded in EQG, p. 399, Westbury Monthly Meeting. Family: F2584
93 Married in first Methodist Church, Madison. Family: F496
94 Married in the Dutch Reformed Church. Family: F3029
95 May have been common law marriage. Family: F1823
96 May have married in Bertie Co., NC. IGI record indicates ca 1785 in Clinton Co., IL. Phelps says Bertie Co. Family: F571
97 McFarland says they had nine children (Genforum msg of 28 Nov 2000) Family: F1769
98 Md at age 22 Family: F1939
99 Miss Jennie E. Lathbury and Alexander H. Adams were married in Manchester on 29 Jul 1884. They have two daughters,, Mrs. George Armitage and Mrs. Caroline Pusey, and three grandchildren, Dorothy Armitage and Betty and John Pusey. Family: F1042
100 Mrg index listed her maiden name. Family: F845

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