|Note, Gideon Salibury, Cornelius Van Norman, Shortsville, New York, Has bible Mrs Oscar Taylor, Middlesex, New York and Joseph Salibury brother of Sally.||Note ||08||03||27|
|Booklet, The Jenkins Family of Rhode Island, The first record found is as Follows: By Elvira Fiar?. Sandwich, Massachusetts, John Jenkins and his wife Suanna and children Elizabeth born April 30, 1649, Zachariah born 7th month, 1651, Jon Cooke born April 14, 1655, Thomas born 1657.||Booklet||08||04||01|
|Booklet, Jenkins Fort, An Historical Address by William A. Wilcox
Esq., at West Pittson, Pennsylvania, October 12, 1900, at the Dedicacation of a Monument Erected by Doal Roch Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, Marking the Site of one of the Revolutionary Forts Built by the Connecticut Settlers in Wyoming Valley.||Booklet||08||04||02|
|Note, Genealogy on John Jenkins||Note||08||04||03|
|Document, Jenkins Family of Wyoning and Chemung Valleys, April 30, 1649. Five Generations. Wilkes Jenkins, seventh child of John Jenkins, Lydia Gardner Jenkins born in Wyoning, Pennsylvina
July 18, 1767 died in the town of Elmira, Nwe York April 1, 1838.||Document ||08||04||04|
|Document, Application for Membership to The National Society of the Daughters Of The American Revolution. August 1, 1775.||Document||08||04||05|
|Letter, To Mrs Colen LaFave, 406 Van Etten Street, Pinconning, Michigan. from A. M. Lowman, June 10, 1958. Genealogy on Wilkes
Jenkins Family. Peter Jenkins came over on the Mayflower in 1620.
|Letter, To A. M. Lowman from Mrs Colen LaFave, Schafers California Garage, Telephone 40, Pinconning, Michigan. June 17, 1958. asking for information on the Wilkes Family.||Letter||08||04||07|
|Documents, Genealogy on John Jenkins, about 1626, Zachariak Jenkins 1651, John Jenkins April 5, 1697, John Jenkins February 6, 1728 (Judge of Westmoreland County).||Documents||08||04||08|
|Letter, to Mr. Lowman from Colen LaFave, September 10, 1962||Letter||08||04||09|
|Letter, unidentified on Jenkins genealiogy. Judge John Jenkins
died fall of 1778.||Letter||08||04||10|
|Document, George Gardiner born February 15, 1599, married Sara Slanghter March 29, 1630, sailed England to Boston on The Fellowship June 29, 1637. Rhode Island settled in Portsmouth 1638
Middletown Island. Benone Gardiner born 1636 died 1731.||Document||08||04||11|
|Letter, Mr. H. ? Botich May 23, 1922.||Letter||08||04||12|
|Document, Genealogy on Joseph Bixby, the emigrant. The Bixby Genealogy compiled by Willard G. Bixby, the emigrant was born at Little Waldingfield, Suffolk, England, in 1620 He was baptized
October 28, 1621, died April 19, 1701 at Boxford, Massachusetts.
Nine Generations. He was a land owner, farmer active in the town affairs, Known as Sargeant Bixby. Ninth generation Seymour Lowman, second child of John and Fanny Bixby Lowman, born at Lowman, New York October 7, 1868.||Document||08||05||01|
|Document, Five generations of John Moss Family. John was an Englishman by birth. The exact date of his arrival in America is unknown, probably 1638. He died in Wallingford in 1707 and said to be 103. It has been established that the Morses and the Mosses
belong to the same family with different spelling. An extended
record of the descendants of Lois and Samuel Bixby is out lined in the Bixby Family.||Document||08||06||01|
|Document, Powers Genealogy, Four generations prepared by Amos H. Powers of Chicago, Illionis. Walter Powers born 1639 died February 22, 1708, was the first of the family to come to this county, an Englistman suppose to have come from Essex, England.
It is said that most inhabitants of the United States bearing the name Powers, descended from this common Ancestor.||Document||08||07||01|
|Document, Naval Aviation Detachment, Acron, Ohio, April 1, 1918.
Aviation Designation of A. M. Lowman, CM (A) USRF for duty
involving actual flying in aircraft. including dirigibles and airplanes. Barr Moulthrop, Lieutenant (J. G.) USNRF.||Document||08||09||01|
|Document, Navy Department, May 16, 1918. Abner M. Lowman enrolled
in the United States Naval Reserve Force for a period of four years, from April 4, 1917 is given the provisional rank and grade of Ensign in the United States Naval Reserve Force, Class 5, for general service. S. K. Day Lieuentant USNRF.||Document||08||09||02|
|Document, Acceptance, Abner M. Lowman Com (A) USNRF accepted
office as provisional Ensign in the class 5 for general service May 16, 1918. ||Document||08||09||03|
|Document, Discharge. Abner Marshall Lowman, A Chief Quartemaster,
(Aviation) discharged from the U. S. S. Naval Aviation Detachment, Akron, Ohio and from the Naval Service by reason of accepting Commission in the Naval Service Flying Corp. May 30, 1918, Arkon, Ohio ||Document||08||09||04|
|Document, Navy Department June 7, 1918. To Ensign Abner M. Lowman, USNRF, Arkon Ohio, (Commanding Officer). Detached present
duty: to United States Naval Air Station, Hampton Roads, Norwalk, Virginia.||Document||08||09||05|
|Document, Navy Department, August 6, 1918. Ensign Abner M. Lowman
Naval Air Station, Hampton Roads, Virginia. (Commanding Officer).
Detached duty Naval Air Station, Hampton Roads, Virginia; to duty
|Document, U. S. Naval Radio Service. November, 11, 1918. All Allied Men - of - War. The Armistice is signed. Hostilities are to be ceased forthwith unless thier hostile intent is obvious.
|Document. Special Emergency Card. A. M. Lowman, London, England
and return, November 26, 1918 to November 29, 1918. ||Document,||08||09||08|
|Document, U. S. S. Nevada, November 25, 1918. From A. M. Lowman
To Commanding Officer. Requesting Leave of absnece. From this date to November 29, 1918. Approved. Leave to expire at noon, Friday November 29, 1918.||Document||08||09||09|