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Generation No. 1

 

1.  JAMES MCCUSKEY3 WARDEN  (WILLIAM2, SAMUEL1)1 was born 24 Jun 1833 in Marshall, WV1.  He married JOANNA COOL CARMAN1, daughter of DAVID CARMAN and ELIZABETH COLE.  She was born 24 Apr 1832 in Honeytown, Washington Co., Pennsylvania1, and died 14 Aug 1891 in Connecticut1.

 

Notes for JOANNA COOL CARMAN:

Joanna Cool Carman (her middle name probably a variation on the spelling of her mother's maiden name - it is almost a habit in Pennsylvania around this time) was born about 1833 in Pennsylvania (1880 census for Moundsville, West Virginia she was 47, 1870 census for Liberty Township, West Virginia she was 38, 1860 census for Fayette County, Virginia she was 23, 1850 census for Washington County, Pennsylvania she was 18).  She married  in March 1856 to Rev. James McCuskey Warden, born 20 June 1833 in MarshallCounty, West Virginia, a Methodist Minister, son of William and Nancy E. (McCuskey) Warden.


Notes for JAMES MCCUSKEY WARDEN:
 

"James M.3 Warden, son of William2 (Samuel1) and Nancy E. (McCuskey) Warden, born 20 June, 1833, married Joanna C. Carman, Mar. 1856. He was born in MarshallCounty, W. Va., in what is called the Pan-Handle of the state, within a few miles of the city of Wheeling. He spent his boyhood days on his father's farm. He attended school near his home. In early life he was led to become a Christian. He felt his life-work to be in the ministry. He attended the WestAlexanderAcademy in Pa., which was under the presidency of the Rev. Alexander, D.D. From this institution he went to Meadsville, Pa., finishing his education in AlleghanyCollege. It was his purpose to enter the ministry of the Presbyterian church, of which his parents were members, but his theological views underwent a change and he entered the ministry of the Methodist Episcopal Church. He joined the West Virginia Conference, of which he is now a member. He has spent fifty years in the active work of the ministry. He was assigned to work in the southern part of the state. A loyal Union man during and before the Civil war, he experienced many trying vicissitudes. After an enforced absence with his family away from his work, he returned to find his home and all his earthly possessions a heap of ashes. Nothing daunted, he continued at his post. Heartily disliked by the Confederacy of that section, frequent attempts were made on his life. He was pursued upon one occasion until he came under the protecting folds of the old flag. At another time a warrant was issued for him living or dead, but he eluded capture and death. His services were then given to the interests of the Federal troops, and in this position he remained till peace was declared. After this he was assigned to the more important churches of the Conference, was appointed Presiding Elder of the Charleston District, was honored by his Conference by his election to the General Conference, the law-making body of the Church, where he served on some of the most important committees, and was appointed a member of the Publishing Committee of the Pittsburg Christian Advocate. He now lives in retirement from the ministry with his oldest daughter in Grafton, West Virginia. " - William A. Warden, The Ancestors, Kin and Descendants of John Warden and Narcissa Davis Warden, his wife, (Worcester, Massachusetts: n.p.,1901


 

More Notes for JAMES MCCUSKEY WARDEN:

Shortly after his son, Alfred Reger, had twins, Paul and Pauline (1894) and Grandpa Warden had spent the day visiting them, he came home and told his oldest daughter, Nan, that they should have been named Squall and Squalline (as told by Will Fred Hendrickson Bartlett  who was Nan Warden Hendrickson's daughter to her children and grandchilden, including Jo Ann Bartlett Knudsen and Jana Knudsen Molinaro). This was always a family story that everyone got a kick out of hearing.

 

 

       

Children of JAMES WARDEN and JOANNA CARMAN are:

                   i.    WILLIAM M4 WARDEN1, b. 1857, Pennsylvania1.

                  ii.    DR. ALFRED REGER WARDEN1, b. 1858, Pennsylvania1; m. EMMA LAURA PELLEY.

 

Notes for DR. ALFRED REGER WARDEN:


Alfred Reger Warden was a well respected and beloved doctor in Grafton, WV  He graduated from Moundsville High School in West Virginia in 1878. He was JoAnn Bartlett's favorite great uncle.  JoAnn remembers saving to buy a pair of red shoes and Uncle Reg (hard G) slipped a quarter into her hand one day.  This was alot of money since this was during the depression.  When JoAnn was born, Reg delivered her and when he found out what name she was to be given, he said to his niece, Will Fred, "my mother's name was Joanna."  Will Fred replied, "I know." (Jo Ann always thought this was just her mother, Will Fred being contrary). JoAnn always said Uncle Reg crinkled his eyes when he laughed and that was a Warden trait.

 

                 iii.    SAMUEL WATSON WARDEN1, b. 1860, Pennsylvania1.

 

More About SAMUEL WATSON WARDEN:

Occupation: School Teacher


Notes for SAMUEL WATSON (WATT) WARDEN:

Watt was named for his great grandfather, Samuel Warden from Dublin, Ireland. Jo Ann Knudsen was only 4 1/2 years old when Uncle Watt died on 27 Feb 1929. This was the second tragedy for the family for sister Nan had died the year before on 21 April 1928 at age 65. 

Uncle Watt married Henrietta M. Stuart (Aunt Etta) of Meriden, Connecticut and they had four children

                 

i.   Edna Sweet (Warden) Dieringer
ii.  Raymond Carmen Warden
iii.  Mildred (Warden) Mason
iv.  Watson Warden

Uncle Watt graduated from Moundsville High School in West Virginia in 1879. He was a teacher and had received his education at the University of West Virginia and Ohio Wesleyan University. In 1901 he was principal of North Colony Grammar School of Meriden, CT and held the position for several years (from his obituary)

A tragic incident led to a decision by Uncle Watt to leave Meriden and settle in Grafton, WV.  A man had followed daughter, Mildred, and tried to assault her. The perpetrator was put in prison and just before he was to be freed, the move to Grafton was made.       

The Warden family pulled together and opened their homes to Uncle Watt and his family. Aunt Etta and Uncle Watt stayed with Aunt Cora; Edna and Mildred stayed with Uncle Reg and Aunt Emma; Raymond and Watson stayed with Nan.

After Aunt Emma died, Uncle Reg asked Uncle Watt's entire family to move in with him. Later, the family rented a house at 116 E. Washington Street across from Aunt Cora's house. (Everyone donated furniture)

Will Hendrickson got Uncle Watt a job at the B & O Freight Office, the freight sttion by the bridge. He also found a job for Raymond in the B & O shops - and jobs for Edna and Mildred as stenographers in the B & O superintendent's office. 


 

                 iv.    DR. FRANKLIN RYAN WARDEN1, b. 1862, Pennsylvania1.

2.               v.    NANCY ELIZABETH WARDEN, b. 09 Dec 1863, West Virginia.

                 vi.    CORA ADELLE WARDEN1, b. 1866, West Virginia1.

3.             vii.    MAUDE LILLIAN WARDEN, b. 1878, West Virginia.

 

 

Generation No. 2

 

2.  NANCY ELIZABETH4 WARDEN (JAMES MCCUSKEY3, WILLIAM2, SAMUEL1)1 was born 09 Dec 1863 in West Virginia.  She married WILLIAM PORTER HENDRICKSON. 


More on NANCY ELIZABETH (WARDEN) HENDRICKSON 
Cause of Death: Broken heart - grief stricken over the death of her beloved husband

Notes for NANCY ELIZABETH (WARDEN) HENDRICKSON:


Notes for WILLIAM PORTER HENDRICKSON:

William Porter Hendrickson was a clothing merchant in Grafton, WV.  He often went to New York on buying trips and would bring the latest fashions to his beloved daughter, Will Fred.  He was fond of the expression, "in a New York minute."  He said everything was so much faster in New York, even the minutes.  Will was one of the last holdouts to get an automobile, but, one day, as the family was out riding in the buggy, they started up a hill as a car was coming down.  The horse reared and Will said, "That does it, we're getting a car" and they did the very next day.  When he and Nan were courting, he walked her home from choir practice on Thursday evenings. 

 

Will served as President of the Rotary Club and was a well respected member of the community. He was a devoted husband and father.  Don Sensabaugh, Jr. has the cheese plate that Nan, his wife, would set out for him, laden with cheese, when he arrived home from work. 

 

There was some kind of financial scandal in town (I think he had vouched for some scoundrals and many of the townspeople had invested their savings with these con men, who hurriedly left town, leaving Will to face the townspeople) and rather than face the humiliation and the shame he felt he would bring to his family, on Monday morning July 28, 1924, Will walked to his store and shot himself.  He had bought a gun and needed someone in town to show him how to use it, on the pretense that there were rats in the store.  The family was called to the store and Jo Clare was the first to realize what had happened. She called to her mother, "Mama, Papa's dead and he did it himself."  Will Fred was upset that no one had gotten a chair for her mother and she called out for someone to get a chair, so her mother could sit down.  The family was devastated, none more than Will Fred, since she had just spent the weekend with hr father at the family cottage on the Tygert and on the way home, he had put his arm around Will Fred and Jo Clare's daughter, Kathryn (who had just had her 6th birthday) and called them his girls.  Nan came to live with her daughter, Will Fred, who was pregnant with her daughter, JoAnn at that time, and Nan died 3 years later of a broken heart.

Sequence of events that week:

July 22, 1924 - Paul Warden and Eleanor Metzner were married (they were on their honeymoon when Will shot himself)

July 26, 1924 - Kathryn's 6th birthday (celebrated at the family cottage on the Tygart that weekend with her grandfather, Will Hendrickson; her grandmother, Nan Warden Hendrickson; her mother, Jo Clare Hendrickson Phillips and her aunt, Will Fred Hendrickson Bartlett)

July 28, 1924 - Will Hendrickson's death

Then:

September 12, 1924 - Jo Ann Bartlett was born


       

Children of NANCY WARDEN and WILLIAM HENDRICKSON are:
                 i.  JO CLARE HENDRICKSON, b. Grafton WV. 
                ii.
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ILL FRED MARGARET5 HENDRICKSON, b. 01 Aug 1901, Grafton WV. d. 1990, Accident, MD

                     

 

2.  MAUDE LILLIAN4 WARDEN (JAMES MCCUSKEY3, WILLIAM2, SAMUEL1)1 was born 1878 in West Virginia1.  She married EDMOND (BUDDY) KELLY. 

 

More About MAUDE LILLIAN WARDEN:

Cause of Death: Complications of Azheimer's Disease

       

Child of MAUDE WARDEN and EDMOND KELLY is:

                   i.    MARY (BETTY) ELIZABETH5 KELLY.

 

More About MARY (BETTY) ELIZABETH KELLY:

Cause of Death: Complications of Alzheimer's Disease

 

 

Generation No. 3

 

3.  WILL FRED MARGARET5 HENDRICKSON (NANCY ELIZABETH4 WARDEN, JAMES MCCUSKEY3, WILLIAM2, SAMUEL1) was born 01 Aug 1901 in Grafton WV and died 21 Nov 1990.  She married RICHARD PEYTON BARTLETT, son of ERNEST BARTLETT and JEAN LOVE.  He was born 03 Jan 19022, and died 28 Sep 1970 in Broward, Florida, United States2.

 

Notes for WILL FRED MARGARET HENDRICKSON:

 Will Fred was born in Grafton, West Virginia, second daughter to a clothing merchant and a homemaker.  She was named for her father, Will and her uncle (her mother's brother) Alfred Reger Warden. There were 13 years between Will Fred and her sister.  Other babies had been born, but, were “blue babies” and had died.  Will Fred was terribly spoiled by her father and mother because of this, and she became a vibrant, self confident person all her life, always generating excitement.  She came up with the ideas and the crowd followed. 

Will Fred Hendrickson and Richard Bartlett were childhood sweethearts and Richard started carrying her books home for her in the 1st grade.  Will Fred graduated from West Virginia Wesleyan College, in Buckhannon, WV, around 1922.  She and Richard were married in a cottage in Grafton, WV, that Will Fred’s father owned, on the Tygert River, near the Grafton park.  Raymond, Uncle Watt’s son (Samuel Watson Warden-Nancy’s brother) had to turn the car around for the bride and groom and went right over the embankment and almost into the river.  Everyone got a good laugh.  Also, when my grandfather’s, Richard, honeymoon shirt came back from the cleaners and arrived at the cottage and he opened the box, his shirt was in tatters.  They could hear him and his best man, Paul Warden (Alfred Reger’s son) laughing and laughing.  Paul had to give my grandfather his own shirt to wear for the wedding trip.

         
My beautiful grandmother, Will Fred, died from complications of Alzheimer’s in Accident, Md (her official residence was with my parents, in Ellicott City, Md) and if you can believe this, resides in my aunt’s closet in an urn.  When my mother’s brother, Richard, died, his wife put his ashes in her closet.  Then, when my grandmother died, my aunt put her in the closet, too, so she could be with her son. They are in Deep Creek Lake, Md.

         
My grandmother, Will Fred, Nancy Warden’s daughter, attended the first Mother’s Day held at Andrews Methodist Church.  She was 6 years old.  The people in the cengregation who were taught by Mrs. Ann Jarvis were requested by Miss Anna Jarvis in 1911 to report to the church at 2:30 in the afternoon one Sunday for a Jarvis Memorial Class picture.  My grandmother, who was 9 at the time, moaned and groaned about having to walk all the way back to church and have her picture taken, but, boy was she glad in later years that she was included in that picture.

 

 

 

More About WILL FRED MARGARET HENDRICKSON:

Cause of Death: Complications of Alzheimer's Disease

 

Notes for RICHARD PEYTON BARTLETT:

Richard Peyton Bartlett was given a football scholarship to Waynesburg College in Pa.  He played on the team in 1919 with Clare Bee, the Basketball Hall of Famer.  Richard was only able to attend college for 2 years, since he had to go to work to take care of his mother.  He was a self educated man, very knowledgeable and an opera buff.  Richard worked for the B & O Railroad for over 40 years, starting as a stock boy and rising to an executive position.  If he hadn't been sidetracked with a heart condition, he most likely would have risen to president of  one of the divisions, as the man he mentored did take that position.  He was the premier authority in the railroad business on demurrage and served on many prestigious committees.

 

Richard retired to Pompano Beach, Florida with his wife and childhood sweetheart, Will Fred, in 1964. They owned a house on a canal in Coconut Creek.  Richard owned a motorboat called the Bee, after the grandchildrens' nickname for Will Fred.  He loved to read, fish, listen to music, tend his roses and spend time with friends and family.  He served on the City Council of Coconut Creek in the 1960's.  He died in the hospital of a heart attack on September 28, 1970, dealing a devastating blow to his granddaughter, Jana Knudsen, as well as the rest of his family. 

 

More About RICHARD PEYTON BARTLETT:

Cause of Death: Heart Attack

Medical Information: Diagnosed with heart condition in 1951.  Died in 1970

       

Children of WILL HENDRICKSON and RICHARD BARTLETT are:

                   i.    JOANN6 BARTLETT, b. 12 Sep 1924, Grafton WV; d. 14 May 2006, Ellicott City, MD.

                  ii.    RICHARD PEYTON BARTLETT, JR., b. 16 Mar 1926, Grafton WV; d. 20 Sep 1983, Oakland MD.

                 iii.    SUE HENDRICKSON BARTLETT, b. 09 Jul 1929, Parkersburg WV.

 

 

Generation No. 4

 

4.  JOANN6 BARTLETT (WILL FRED MARGARET5 HENDRICKSON, NANCY ELIZABETH4 WARDEN, JAMES MCCUSKEY3, WILLIAM2, SAMUEL1) was born 12 Sep 1924 in Grafton WV and died 14 May 2006.  She married CHRISTIAN STUART KNUDSEN 16 Jul 1949, son of CHRISTIAN KNUDSEN and EMMA STUPRICH.  He was born 17 Oct 1923 in Baltimore MD.

 

More about JO ANN BARTLETT KNUDSEN

Cause of death: Congestive heart failure

Notes for JO ANN BARTLETT KNUDSEN:
Jo Ann graduated from the University of Wisconsin, Madison and was a high school English teacher. She moved to Maryland as a teenager and lived the rest of her life there but she was always a West Virginian at heart. She loved her hometown of Grafton and all her extended family members.

She was a kind loving person and the best mother anyone could have. She was supportive of friends and family and always an optimist. She truly lived her life by the Golden Rule.

       

Children of JOANN BARTLETT and CHRISTIAN KNUDSEN are:

                   i.    JANA LYNNE7 KNUDSEN, b. 01 Mar 1952, Baltimore MD.

                  ii.    CHRISTIAN STUART KNUDSEN, JR., b. 04 Feb 1955, Baltimore MD.

                 iii.    ROBERT MATTHEW KNUDSEN, b. 15 Nov 1956, Baltimore MD.

 

 

4.  RICHARD PEYTON6 BARTLETT, JR. (WILL FRED MARGARET5 HENDRICKSON, NANCY ELIZABETH4 WARDEN, JAMES MCCUSKEY3, WILLIAM2, SAMUEL1) was born 16 Mar 1926 in Grafton WV, and died 20 Sep 1983 in Oakland MD.  He married HOLLACE WILSON Abt. 1949. 

       

Children of RICHARD BARTLETT and HOLLACE WILSON are:

                   i.    RICHARD PEYTON7 BARTLETT III, b. 1950.

                  ii.    KAREN WILSON BARTLETT, b. 03 Feb 1952.

                 iii.    DEBRA GAIL BARTLETT.

                 iv.    KATHRYN HOPE BARTLETT.

 

 

4.  SUE HENDRICKSON6 BARTLETT (WILL FRED MARGARET5 HENDRICKSON, NANCY ELIZABETH4 WARDEN, JAMES MCCUSKEY3, WILLIAM2, SAMUEL1) was born 09 Jul 1929 in Parkersburg WV.  She married DON ROBERT SENSABAUGH Abt. 1949. 

       

Children of SUE BARTLETT and DON SENSABAUGH are:

                   i.    DON ROBERT7 SENSABAUGH, JR., b. 04 Apr 1951.

                  ii.    SHERI DEAN SENSABAUGH.

14.            iii.    DAVID BARTLETT SENSABAUGH.

 

 

Generation No. 5

 

5.  JANA LYNNE7 KNUDSEN (JOANN6 BARTLETT, WILL FRED MARGARET5 HENDRICKSON, NANCY ELIZABETH4 WARDEN, JAMES MCCUSKEY3, WILLIAM2, SAMUEL1) was born 01 Mar 1952 in Baltimore MD.  She married (1) DONALD EDWARD TUPIS 18 Jun 1972 in Woodstock MD.  He was born 31 Dec 1948 in Roanoke VA.  She married (2) GARY FRANCIS MOLINARO 27 May 1978 in Glen Burnie MD, son of FRANK MOLINARO and CATHERINE SHINABERRY.  He was born 15 Nov 1951 in Baltimore MD.

       

Child of JANA KNUDSEN and DONALD TUPIS is:

                  i.    VANESSA LYNNE8 TUPIS, b. 11 Jan 1973, Towson MD.


More About VANESSA LYNNE TUPIS:

Degree: Vanessa has a Bachelor's Degree in English

Education: Vanessa graduated with honors (CUM LAUDE) from the University of Maryland at BaltimoreCounty

Organizations: Vanessa is a member of the Golden Key, an international Honour Society and Sigma Tau Delta, the international English Honor Society.

 

       

Children of JANA KNUDSEN and GARY MOLINARO are:

                  ii.    LAUREN ELIZABETH8 MOLINARO, b. 23 Sep 1979, Towson MD.

 

Notes for LAUREN ELIZABETH MOLINARO:

Lauren has the same birth date as her great great grandfather, William Porter Hendrickson-23 Sep

 

More About LAUREN ELIZABETH MOLINARO:

Degree: Master's Degree from the University of Connecticut

Namesake: Lauren Elizabeth was named after her great great grandmother, Nancy Elizabeth Warden Hendrickson

                         Other: Lauren is an excellent soccer player, received scholarship to the University of Connecticut, won the gold medal on the women's national team at the Pan American games in 1999, played professionally on the CyberRays in WUSA. Plays semi-pro currently with the New England Mutiny
 

                 iii.    STEVEN ROBERT MOLINARO, b. 01 May 1984, Towson MD.

More About STEVEN ROBERT MOLINARO:
Education: High School
Hobbies: Member of PBA with a 200 bowling average in ten pins, excellent golfer, is a drummer in a local PA band called The Crossline


 

 

5.  CHRISTIAN STUART7 KNUDSEN, JR. (JOANN6 BARTLETT, WILL FRED MARGARET5 HENDRICKSON, NANCY ELIZABETH4 WARDEN, JAMES MCCUSKEY3, WILLIAM2, SAMUEL1) was born 04 Feb 1955 in Baltimore MD.  He married SHARON MCKINDLES 1985. 

       

Children of CHRISTIAN KNUDSEN and SHARON MCKINDLES are:

                   i.    KATLYN ANNE8 KNUDSEN, b. 13 Oct 1987, Baltimore MD.

                  ii.    CLAIRE ELIZABETH KNUDSEN, b. 31 Jan 1989, Baltimore MD.

                 iii.    CHRISTIAN STUART KNUDSEN III, b. Baltimore MD.

 

 

5.  ROBERT MATTHEW7 KNUDSEN (JOANN6 BARTLETT, WILL FRED MARGARET5 HENDRICKSON, NANCY ELIZABETH4 WARDEN, JAMES MCCUSKEY3, WILLIAM2, SAMUEL1) was born 15 Nov 1956 in Baltimore MD.  He married GAIL MARIE MUCHA. 

       

Children of ROBERT KNUDSEN and GAIL MUCHA are:

                   i.    STACEY MARIE8 KNUDSEN, b. 14 May 1984, Baltimore MD.

                  ii.    CHRISTA MICHELLE KNUDSEN, b. 28 Jan 1987, Baltimore MD.

                 iii.    HAYLEY MELISSA KNUDSEN, b. 14 May 1991, Baltimore MD.

 

 

5.  KAREN WILSON7 BARTLETT (RICHARD PEYTON6, WILL FRED MARGARET5 HENDRICKSON, NANCY ELIZABETH4 WARDEN, JAMES MCCUSKEY3, WILLIAM2, SAMUEL1) was born 03 Feb 1952.  She married FRANK SPADY. 

       

Children of KAREN BARTLETT and FRANK SPADY are:

                   i.    DESIREE8 SPADY.

                  ii.    ASHLEY SPADY.

 

 

5.  DEBRA GAIL7 BARTLETT (RICHARD PEYTON6, WILL FRED MARGARET5 HENDRICKSON, NANCY ELIZABETH4 WARDEN, JAMES MCCUSKEY3, WILLIAM2, SAMUEL1)  She married MARK SOLTER. 

       

Children of DEBRA BARTLETT and MARK SOLTER are:

                   i.    STEPHANIE8 SOLTER.

                  ii.    KIMBERLY BEE SOLTER.

                 iii.    JON SOLTER.

 

 

5.  KATHRYN HOPE7 BARTLETT (RICHARD PEYTON6, WILL FRED MARGARET5 HENDRICKSON, NANCY ELIZABETH4 WARDEN, JAMES MCCUSKEY3, WILLIAM2, SAMUEL1)  She married RICHARD SCHAEFFER. 

       

Children of KATHRYN BARTLETT and RICHARD SCHAEFFER are:

                   i.    HOLLY8 SCHAEFFER.

                  ii.    RICHARD BARTLETT (BART) SCHAEFFER.

 

 

5.  DAVID BARTLETT7 SENSABAUGH (SUE HENDRICKSON6 BARTLETT, WILL FRED MARGARET5 HENDRICKSON, NANCY ELIZABETH4 WARDEN, JAMES MCCUSKEY3, WILLIAM2, SAMUEL1)  He married (1) TERRY abt 1980.    He married (2) NICOLE. 

       

Children of DAVID SENSABAUGH and TERRY is:

                   i.    CHRISTINA8 SENSABAUGH.

 

 

Generation No. 6

 

6.  VANESSA LYNNE8 TUPIS (JANA LYNNE7 KNUDSEN, JOANN6 BARTLETT, WILL FRED MARGARET5 HENDRICKSON, NANCY ELIZABETH4 WARDEN, JAMES MCCUSKEY3, WILLIAM2, SAMUEL1) was born 11 Jan 1973 in Towson MD.  She married MICHAEL S. NIERWIENSKI 10 Jun 2006.  Michael was born 03 Sep 1969.

 

       

Children of VANESSA TUPIS and MICHAEL NIERWIENSKI is:

                   i.    MATTHEW SCOTT9 NIERWIENSKI, b. 05 Jan 1993, Baltimore MD.


Generation No. 7



7. MATTHEW SCOTT9 NIERWIENSKI (VANESSA LYNNE8 TUPIS, JANA LYNNE7 KNUDSEN, JOANN6 BARTLETT, WILL FRED MARGARET5 HENDRICKSON, NANCY ELIZABETH4 WARDEN, JAMES MCCUSKEY3, WILLIAM2, SAMUEL1) was born 05 Jan 1993 in Baltimore, MD 

Endnotes

 

1.  OneWorldTreeSM.

2.  Florida Death Index, 1936-1998.
Notes by Jana Knudsen Molinaro

 

 

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