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301 U.S. Veterans Cemeteries, ca.1800-2006
about Everett D Shire
Name: Everett D Shire
Birth Date: 13 Jun 1898
Death Date: 29 May 1992
Service Start Date: 25 May 1918
Service End Date: 2 Apr 1919
Interment Date: 10 Jun 1992
Cemetery: Houston National Cemetery
Cemetery Address: 10410 Veterans Memorial Drive Houston, TX 77038
Buried At: Section J Site 1287 
Shire, Everett Daniel (P2307492871)
302 Value of real estate is $900. Value of personal estate is $200.

Adam is now listed as a "Day Laborer". Jacob is a "Farm Laborer". Adam does not appear on the Agriculture Schedule.

Patterson, Adam (P2518920711)
303 Vandaveer, James L. Bedwell, Lelia 27-Nov-19 W638 
Family F1784
304 View pages from a Wade Family Bible:



Family F13
305 View the death certificate:

Shire, Sarah Elizabeth (P2316471164)
306 View the death certificate:

Shire, George Washington (P2316349479)
307 View the death certificate:

Shire, Isaac Abraham (P2316471376)
308 View the death certificate:

Clark, Lucy Jane (P2330077442)
309 View the death certificate:

Parr, Mary (P2316359034)
310 View the death notice:

Holdcroft, Edgar (I345)
311 View the death record:

Shire, Rebecca (P2310344847)
312 View the document: 
Shire, BabyBoy1 (P2399462114)
313 View the document:

Family F1218
314 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F1316
315 View the marriage certificate:

Family F100
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Family F15
317 View the obituary:

Downey, Ethel Irene (P2403605300)
318 View the obituary:

Holdcroft, Gary G (I349)
319 View the obituary:

Shire, John David (P2307492699)
320 View the obituary:

Nascio, Joseph Domenic (P2403605656)
321 View the obituary:

Custer, Raymond Marion (I363)
322 View the obituary:

Shire, Christopher (P2310343883)
323 View the obituary:

Shire, David B (P2308062939)
324 View the obituary:

Roseanna (I546)
325 View the obituary:

Shire, Sarah Catherine (P2322995700)
326 Viola Lilyquist, 91, of Port Charlotte, passed away on Friday, Dec. 7, 2007, at Edinborough Healthcare Center in Dunedin, Fla. She was born Feb. 4, 1916, in Duluth, the daughter of the late Jens and Maria (Backlund) Drogsvold. After graduating from Central High School, she met and married Carl Root, who was killed in the line of duty as a Duluth policeman in 1966. In 1971, she married Marvin Lilyquist and they moved to Port Charlotte in 1976. While in Duluth, Vi held clerical and administrative positions at several businesses, and retired as secretary in the English Department at the University of Minnesota, Duluth. She was a volunteer at St. Luke's Hospital in Duluth and at Fawcett Memorial in Port Charlotte. Viola was preceded in death by her first husband, Carl Root. She is survived by her husband, Marvin Lilyquist of Port Charlotte; her daughter, Claudia (Gregory) Wetherly of Broomfield, Colo.; grandchildren, Bryan and Julie Wetherly of Broomfield; stepsons, John (Carol) Lilyquist of Duluth, and James (Mia) Lilyquist of Grafton, Wis.; five step-grandchildren and eight step-great grandchildren. GATHERING OF FAMILY AND FRIENDS:10 TO 11 a.m. Dec. 12, 2007 with a service to follow at 11 a.m. in the Charlotte Memorial Funeral Home 9400 Indian Springs Cemetery Road. Memorial donations may be made to Edinborough Healthcare Center 1061 Virginia Street, Dunedin, FL 34698. Arrangements by Charlotte Memorial Funeral Home Drogsvold, Viola Marie (P2312511839)
327 Virginia Riley also stated that Walter was first married to a Native American woman in Pawhaska, Oklahoma in the 19 teens who had, according to Virginia, "pots of money" and a child by a previous marriage. Riley, Walter Jennings (P2321977169)
328 W.E. Wade, Veteran Grain Merchant of Paris Dies

William Edwin Wade, 66, grain merchant of Paris for 35 years, died suddenly at 4 o'clock this morning following a heart attack at his home, 504 Marshall Street. He had been in ill health for some time.

Mr. Wade, son of John and Margaret Street Wade, was born in Vermillion County, Ill., on April 18, 1879. He is survived by his wife, formerly Carrie Bell; three daughters, Mrs. Marabel Haase of Paris, Bernadine and Bonnie, at home and two grandchildren. A brother, George, died several years ago.

The deceased was a member of First Methodist Church, having been teacher of the Men's class for many years. He was affiliated with Danville Consistory and was a past master of Prairie Lodge, No. 77 AF and AM. At the time of his death he was secretary of Palestine Commandery and Edgar Chapter, Royal Arch Masons, and was a Masonic grand lecturer. For 16 years he served as secretary of Prairie Lodge, No. 77.

Mr. Wade attended University of Illinois for a short time following his graduation from State Teachers college, Charleston.

Funeral services will be at two thirty o'clock Wednesday afternoon at First Methodist Church, with Rev. George V. Herrick, officiating. The body will remain at the Blume funeral home. Graveside services at Edgar Cemetery will be conducted by Prairie Lodge. 
Wade, William Edwin (P2321980247)
329 Wade Family Bible lists location of marriage as Paris, Edgar, Illinois by Rev. ED Wilkins. No date is listed. Cannot find source for date. Family F167
330 We know from John (son of Conrad) Shire's court documents that Conrad was the eldest son, putting his birthdate between Conrad and Philip. We also know from these court records that both Conrad and Daniel had died prior to Philip.

I'm assuming Daniel was living in the US at some point, otherwise I don't think he would have been mentioned in the court documents. But it is possible he never emigrated from Germany.

Still searching for clues about Daniel.

Shire, Daniel (I840)

Samuel Maddox ~ A Will ~ 1684
(Liber PC I, page 51, Register of Wills Office, Courthouse, Leonardton, Maryland)
Transcriptions contributed by Frederick K. Smoot

Samuel Maddox, a Will
In the name of God, Amen, this eighteenth day of January in the year of our Lord One thousand, six hundred, eighty and four, I, Samuel Maddox of St Maries County, being sick of body but of good and perfect memory thanks be to Almighty God and calling to remembrance ye uncertain Estate of this transitory life and all flesh must yield unto death when it shall please God to call, do make, constitute, ordain and declare this my last Will and Testament in manner and forme following, revoking and annulling by these presents all and every testament and testaments, will and wills heretofore by me made and declared either by word or writing and this to be taken only for my last Will and Testament and no other. And first being penitent and sorry from ye bottom of my heart for my sins past, more humbly desiring forgiveness for ye same, I give and commit my Soul to Almighty God my Savior and Redeemer in whom and by ye merits of Jesus Christ I trust and believe assuredly to be saved and to have All remission and forgiveness of all my Sins and that my Soul with my body at ye general day of resurrection shall rise again with joy and through ye merits of Christís death and passion possess and inheritt ye Kingdom of heaven prepared for his Elect and chosen and my body to be buried by my wife. And now for the settleing of my temporal Estate and such goods, Chattells and debts as it hath Pleased God far above my deserts to bestow upon me I do order give and dispose of ye same in manner and forme following:
First, I will that all those debts and dutyes as I owe in right of conscience to any manner of person or persons whatsoever shall be well and truly contented and paid or ordained to be paid within convenient time after my decease by John Hilton.
Item, I give and bequeath to my eldest son Notley Maddox three hundred acres of this land I now live upon and an equal share of all my Goods and Chattels (that is to say) a fourth part of all my household goods, it being fourteen thousand pounds of Tobacco that was given by Governor Notley. And it is my desire that he should enjoy ye same at 16 years of age.
Item, I give and bequeath to my second son Samuell Maddox one hundred acres of land called Indian Fields joining upon John Hiltonís land and a fourth part of all my cattle, horses and hoggs and a fourth of all my movable Goods.
Item, I give and bequeath unto my third son, William Maddox, an fourth part of my cattle, horses and hoggs and a fourth of all my moveable Goods.
Item, I give and bequeath to my youngest son John Maddox fourth part of my cattle horses and hoggs and a fourth part of all my moveable Goods.
Item, I give and bequeath one negro woman and a child and three English hands unto my four sons aforenamed (that is to say) that each of them shall have an equal share of their labours. And furthermore, it is my will and desire that Captain Justinian Gerrard John Hilton Ralph Foster and John Smith do look after my children in their minority that they may be brought up to learn to read and write if possible and to see that they live in ye fear of God and to look after their estate that it be not molested or made away.
In witness whereof I have hereunto sett my hand and seale ye day and year above written.
Samuel Maddox

Signed, sealed and delivered in ye presence of us:

Edward X Smoote

Richard Hogane

Richard X Fletcher

Lawrence X Bedingfield
Maddox, Samuel (P2337279622)

Sarah Hatch Maddox died in August, 1761, having remained a widow. Her will, dated April 26, 1760 and proven October 17, 1761, changing some of her husband's bequests, reads:

"Imprimis, I give and bequeath to John Maddox, son of Notley Maddox of Charles County, deceased, all the lands I am now possessed of which was the land of my deceased husband John Maddox, which lands are known by the names following, that is to say, Maddox's Trouble, two hundred and thirty-six acres, Hatch, one hundred acres, Hatton's Improvement, thirty acres, Bluff Point, seven acres, and The Gore, one and three quarter acres, to him and his heirs lawfully begotten and to want of such heirs then I give and bequeath the lands aforesaid to Townley Maddox, son of the aforesaid Notley Maddox, deceased, and Samuel Maddox of Saint Mary's County, son of John Maddox, to be divided between them the said Townley Maddox and Samuel Maddox in the following manner that is to say the said Townley Maddox to have the tract of land called Hatton's Improvement containing thirty acres, Bluff Point, seven acres, and one hundred and fifty acres part of Maddox's Trouble to be laid off next adjoining to Hatton's Improvment and the remaining part of Maddox's Trouble and the tract called Hatch and The Gore to go to the aforesaid Samuel Maddox, which said lands in case the aforesaid John Maddox should die without heirs of his body lawfully begotten, I give to the aforesaid Townley Maddox and Samuel Maddox to the and their heirs and assigns for ever and my will is that the lands aforesaid shall not be sold, exchanged or mortaged on any consideration whatsoever."

The will continueswith the gift to John Maddox of a negro girl called Lotty; a negro girl called Charity; a negro boy called William; a large iron pott; four heifers; and six hoggs. She also leaves to Sarah Hatch Maddox, daughter of John Maddox, one negro girl named Milly and one negro boy called Charles. Samuel, son of John Maddox, receives on negro girl named Monica; Jane Warren, wife of John Warren, receives a negro girl named Rose. She provides that the mulatto Ann is to be set free and given various personal items, and her Executor is to take not more than twenty pounds for that purpose. One Richard Smoot, who has served his time with her deceased husband is to receive certain personal items of clothing and livestock. She provides also that mulatto Catherine, daughter of Ann, is to be set free when she reaches the age of 16, and is not to be "put on the hoe" during the interim. There is also mention of Lydia Turner, daughter of Edward Turner of Prince George's County; William Vincent, Jr.; and John Hanson, Jr. She appoints John Hanson, Jr. her sole Executor, and requests that she be buried "by the side of my dear deceased husband John Maddox" and that the plot be immediately pailed (fenced) in a decent manner. 
Hatch, Sarah (I7)
333 William O Maddox 
Maddox, William Oscar (P2337410757)
334 Zane served in the US Navy during WW IL Served on USS Adhara. Served in New Zealand, Guadalcanal, Guam and other Pacific Islands. In 1950s while stationed on Guam, he and his then wife June adopted their son, James Stuart Shire. Jimmy was of Guamanian parentage. Zane earned an MS Degree in Educational Administration and Psychology. He served as Principal at Mayfield in Sumner County, Kansas, then moved to Los Angeles, California where he became a School Psychologist in the Los Angeles City Schools for a number of years. He retired about 1976 with a health disability and spent the rest of his life in Kansas and Oklahoma. He died in an Auto-Truck accident October 19, 1987. Zane had experienced several illnesses in his later years - Diabetes, Heart Disease, Cancer, - each quite serious. One of Zane's disappointments in life were his failed marriages.

In grade school and high school, Zane was an outstanding athlete in Oklahoma, excelling in basketball, football and track. He started school at age 4 at Longdale, Oklahoma. This was a matter of convenience for our parents as they were both teaching at Longdale and Stuart was also starting in first grade. They went through 12 years of school together graduating from Stillwater, Oklahoma High School in May 1941.

From Lowell Shire 
Shire, Zane Clair (I62)

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