Alma W. Timpson

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1865 - 1922
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The Timpson family moved from SLC, UT to Rexburg about 1910. My mother, Mary stayed in SLC until after she graduated from high school. She worked for Dr. Sharp and lived with them. She took voice lessons from Mrs. Sharp. In Rexburg, Grandfather Timpson worked as a custodian at Washington Grade Schoo
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Alma W. Timpson

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312 Cemetery Rd
Rexburg, Madison, Idaho
United States
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Bud Cahoon's memories of the Timpson family homes in Rexburg, Idaho.

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The Timpson family moved from SLC, UT to Rexburg about 1910. My mother, Mary stayed in SLC until after she graduated from high school. She worked for Dr. Sharp and lived with them. She took voice lessons from Mrs. Sharp. In Rexburg, Grandfather Timpson worked as a custodian at Washington Grade School and Madison High School. Their first home was on 1st N and about 3rd or 4th W, past the tracks. I (Bud Cahoon) was born in this home in 1919. After Uncle Will and Aunt Ting (Afton) got married and moved out, Grandfather, Grandmother, Lyle, Louise, Ralph and Kenneth moved to a green home on 1st S. and 1st. W. (The LaJolla Apartments are currently in this location). Grandfather died in this home in 1922. They rented this home from Miles Reynolds Cahoon (my father's father). After Grandfather died, Grandmother Timpson moved to 175 S. 2nd W., across the street from Porter Park. (There is a Deseret Book Store near there now). My mother, Mary, my sister, Donna and I moved into this home with Grandmother, Lyle, Louise, Ralph and Kenneth. I was 3 years old. My father had died when I was 5 months old. This home (pictured) at one time had a big front porch with a cement floor and a 3' railing. The front door faced West. To the left of the front door was a dining room. At the back of the dining room was a door that led to the kitchen, a staircase to the 2nd floor and to the back porch. To the right of the front door was a parlor that had a 6' high coal burning furnace. The kitchen had a white sink and on the east wall were cupboards with glass doors. There was a coal and wood burning stove, a Monarch, I think. Next to the back porch was a bathroom with indoor plumbing and a big tub. Under the back porch was a cellar with a dirt floor, where Grandma stored apples, her bottled fruit and vegetables and dill pickles. The bedrooms were on the 2nd floor. The master bedroom was at the front and was wide as the home. The back of the house had a similar bedroom. There were 2 other bedrooms in the middle. Mother, Donna and I stayed in the master bedroom, Grandma stayed in the 1st bedroom past the stairs, Lyle and Louise were in the other bedroom in the middle and Ralph and Kenneth stayed in the big, back bedroom. After Ralph and Kenneth moved out, Louise and her husband, Mark Lutz moved into the big back bedroom. They married right after Louise graduated from High School. Mark was a laborer for the Oregon Short Line Rail Road. When I was 6, I moved into a room under the stairs that had a small closet and was big enough for a bed. My sister Donna and I learned to roller skate on the front porch. We had a nice, big backyard with a garden. Kiddy corner to the house was a barn with a hayloft. There were 6 trees in the orchard: a yellow apple that we called "transparent", a winter apple called "wealthy" and a strawberry crab apple that had small, red, sweet apples. We never owned a car, but Mark owned a Model T and later a Model A which he parked in the barn that was converted to a garage. We were very happy in this home. Donna and Lyle were just 6 years apart in age and played together. Aunt Ting and Uncle Donald worked for Mountain States Telephone and Telegraph Co. Uncle Donald was transferred to Malad as a manager for the telephone co. When Lyle was older she also worked for the telephone company as a telephone operator. My mother was the chief telephone operator for M. S. T & T. When I was 9 years old (1928) we moved to a home on 1st S between 1st & 2nd W, just a block away. There is a church parking lot there now. When my mother remarried in 1935, she moved to HIbbard. I stayed in this home with Grandmother for a short time and then we lived in 2 different one room apartments, until I graduated from high school 2 years later. I have wonderful memories of living with Grandmother. She was so kind, sweet and loving. (The 175 S 2nd W home was moved years later to the Plano road about 5 miles West of Rexburg. The current owner of the property is planning to tear it down as it is in great disrepair.) Bud Cahoon

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ELDRIDGE FAMILY July 1, 2016 1.JOHN ELDRED (1419-1489) KATE UNKNOWN (-1566) JOHN ELDRED was born in about 1419, of England to unknown parents. He married Kate Unknown. John Eldred died about 1489, age 70, in England. KATE UNKNOWN was born in England to unknown parents. She married John Eldred. Kate passed away 8 October 1566, in England. Child of John Eldred and Kate: 1.Reginald Eldred was born in about 1439 of Corby, Lincolnshire, England, to John Eldred (1419-1489) and Kate Unknown (-1566.) He married Agnes Coupe in about 1457, of Corby, Lincolnshire, England. Regional Eldred died 18 March 1528, in Knettishall, Suffolk, England. + 2.REGINALD ELDRED (1439-1528) AGNES COUPE (1450- ) REGINALD ELDRED was born in about 1439 of Corby, Lincolnshire, England, to John Eldred (1419-1489) and Kate Unknown (-1566.) He married Agnes Coupe in about 1457, of Corby, Lincolnshire, England. Reginald Eldred died 18 March 1528, in Knettishall, Suffolk, England. His will was dated April 28, 1528, Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk, England. AGNES COUPE was born about 1450 of Corby, Lincolnshire, England, to Thomas Coupe and Unknown. She married Reginald Eldred in about 1457, of Corby, Lincolnshire. England. We do not know when or where Agnes Coupe passed away. Children of Reginald Eldred and Agnes Coupe: 1.Thomas Eldred was born about 1460, of Knettishall, Suffolk, England, to Reginald Eldred (1439-1528) and Agnes Coupe (1450- .) He married Agnes Lawsdall in about 1495, of Knettishall, Suffolk, England. Thomas Eldred died in about 1545, of Knettishall, Suffolk, England, age 85. 2.Agnes Eldred, b. 1462, of Knettishall, England. 3.Mary Eldred, b. 1464, of Knettishall, England. 4.Henry Eldred, b. 1466, of Knettishall, England. 5.John Eldred, b. 1468, of Knettishall, England. + 3.THOMAS ELDRED (1460-1545) AGNES LAWSDALL (1460-1545) THOMAS ELDRED was born about 1460, of Knettishall, Suffolk, England to Reginald Eldred (1439-1528) and Agnes Couple (1450- .) He married Agnes Lawsdall in about 1495, of Knettishall, Suffolk, England. Thomas Eldred died in about 1545, of Knettishall, Suffolk, England, age 85. AGNES LAWSDALL was born about 1460, of Thurlby, Lincolnshire, England, to John Lawsdall and Unknown. She married Thomas Eldred about 1495, of Knettishall, Suffolk, England. Agnes Lawsdall passed away in about 1545, age 85, of Knettishall, Suffolk, England. Children of Thomas Eldred and Agnes Lawsdall: 1.Symon Eldred, b. 1492, Knettishall, England. 2.Robert Eldred, b. 1493, Knettishall, England. 3.Thomas Eldred, b. 1494, Knettishall, England. 4.Nicholas Eldred was born about 1494, of Knettishall, Suffolk, England, to Thomas Eldred (1460-1545) and Agnes Lawsdall (1460-1545.) He married Bridget Johnson about 1521, of Ipswich, Suffolk, England. Nicholas Eldred died, 8 October 1566, Suffolk, England, age 72. 5.Ann Eldred, b. 1499, Knettishall, England 6.Jane Eldred, b. 1501, Knettishall, England. + 4.NICHOLAS ELDRED (1494-1566) BRIDGET JOHNSON (1498-1566) NICHOLAS ELDRED was born about 1494, of Knettishall, Suffolk, England, to Thomas Eldred (1460-1545) and Agnes Lawsdall (1460-1545.) He married Bridget Johnson about 1521, of Ipswich, Suffolk, England. Nicholas Eldred died, 8 October 1566, Suffolk, England, age 72. A will was created on 8 October 1566 and probated. BRIDGET JOHNSON was born about 1498, of Ipswich, Suffolk, England, to Charles and Ann Johnson. She married Nicholas Eldred about 1521, of Ipswich, Suffolk, England. Bridget Johnson passed away about 1566, in England, age 68. Children of Nicholas Eldred and Bridget Johnson: 1.William Eldred, b. 1531, Knettishall, England. 2.Edmund William Eldred, b. 1533, Knettishall, England. 3.Thomas the Mariner Eldred, was born about 1535 of Ipswich, Suffolk, England, to Nicholas Eldred (1494-1566) and Bridget Johnson (1498-1566.) He married Margery Studd in about 1588, of Ipswich, Suffolk, England. Thomas Eldred died in about 1603, of Ipswich, Suffolk, England, age 68. 4.Alyce Eldred, b. 1555, Ipswich, England. + 5.THOMAS THE MARINER ELDRED (1535-1603) MARGERY STUDD (1540-1603) THOMAS THE MARINER ELDRED was born about 1535 of Ipswich, Suffolk, England, to Nicholas Eldred (1494-1566) and Bridget Johnson (1498-1566.) He married Margery Studd in about 1588, of Ipswich, Suffolk, England. He was worked as a Marine Sea Captain. Thomas sailed around the world with Cavendish in 1586. He was from Ipswich and was the father of John Eldred of Colchester and Olivers in Essex who had a grant of arms in 1634. Thomas Eldred died in about 1603, of Ipswich, Suffolk, England, age 68. MARGERY STUDD was born about 1540, of Ipswich, Suffolk, England, to Richard Studd and Unknown. She married Thomas Eldred in about 1588, of Ipswich, Suffolk, England. Margery Studd passed away in about 1603 at St. Clements, Ipswich, East Suffolk, England, at age 63. Children of Thomas Eldred and Margery Studd: 1.Richard Eldred, b. 1559, St. Mary Kays, Ipswich, England. 2.Thomas Eldred, b. 1562, Ipswich, England. 3.Christian Eldred, b. 1563. 4.John Eldred, b. 21 Dec 1565, Ipswich, England. 5.Christine Mary Philip Susan Eldred, twin, b. 18 Nov 1566, St. Mary Kays, Ipswich, England. 6.Mary Eldred, twin, b. 18 Nov 1566, Ipswich, England. 7.Margery Eldred, b. 8 July 1568, St. Mary Kays, Ipswich. 8.Jane Eldred, b. 22 Sep 1569, St. Mary Kays, Ipswich. 9.Susan Eldred, b. 3 Jan 1571, St. Mary Kays, Ipswich. 10.Philip Eldred, b. 8 Aug 1574, St. Mary Kays, Ipswich. 11.William Eldred was born 2 December 1574, in England, to Thomas Eldred (1535-1603) and Margery Studd (1540-1603.) He married Mary Kinwelmarsh, 4 October 1596, in Ipswich, England. William Eldred died 23 June 1624, in England. 12.Anne Eldred, b. 18 Sep 1575, Ipswich, England. 13.Edward Eldred, b. 28 Mar 1579, St. Mary Kays, Ipswich, England. + 6.WILLIAM ELDRED (1574-1624) MARY KINWELMARSH (1574- ) WILLIAM ELDRED was born 2 December 15784, in England, to Thomas Eldred (1535-1603) and Margery Studd (1540-1603.) He married Mary Kinwelmarsh, 4 October 1596, in Ipswich, England. He was the Master Gunner of Dover Castle. He wrote a book entitled The Gunners Glasse which is the only complete treatise on artillery technique as practiced in his day. His brother, John Eldred of Colchester and Olivers in Essex had a grant of arms in 16343. William Eldred died 23 June 1624, in England. MARY KINWELMARSH was born about 1574, of Ipswich, Suffolk, England to unknown parents. She married William Eldred, 4 October 1596, in Ipswich, England. We do not know when or where Mary Kinwelmarsh died. Child of William Eldred and Mary Kinwelmarsh: 1.Thomas Eldred was born about 1595, of Ipswich, Suffolk, England, to William Eldred (1574-1624) and Mary Kinwelmarsh (1574- .) He married Anna Watson, 4 October 1596, in Ipswich, Suffolk, England. Thomas Eldred died 18 October 1640, in Ipswich, England, age 45. + 7.THOMAS ELDRED (1595-1640) ANNA WATSON (1595-1642) THOMAS ELDRED was born about 1595, of Ipswich, Suffolk, England, to William Eldred (1574-1624) and Mary Kinwelmarsh (1574- .) He married Anna Watson. Thomas Eldred died 18 October 1640, in Ipswich, Suffolk, England, age 45. A will was created on 18 October 1640, and was probated 4 December 1640. ANNA WATSON was born about 1595, of Ipswich, Suffolk, England, to Samuel Watson and Unknown. She married Thomas Eldred. Anna Watson passed away 24 December 1642, Ipswich, Suffolk, England, age 47. Children of Thomas Eldred and Anna Watson: 1.Thomas Eldredge, b. 20 Dec, 1617, St. Nicholas Parish, Ipswich, England. 2.Charles Eldred, b. 3 Oct 1619, Ipswich, England. 3.Samuel Eldred Sr., b. 27 Nov 1620, Needham Market, Norfolk, England. 4.John Eldred, b. 1622, England. 5.Nathaniel Eldredge, b. 1623, Ipswich, England. 6.Mary Eldred, b. 23 July 1626, Ipswich, England. 7.William Eldredge was born, 4 September 1627, in England, to Thomas Eldred (1595-1640) and Anna Watson (1595-1642.) He married Anne Lumpkin, 3 March 1645, in Yarmouth, Barnstable, Massachusetts. One account states that William immigrated to the Colonies in the 1630-1635 period. The LDS Records state that he immigrated in 1642. If it was 1642, he was 14 years old at the time. William Eldredge died 1 November 1679, In Yarmouth, (present Barnstable County), Plymouth Colony, age 52. 8.Robert Eldridge, b. 4 Sep 1627, Ipswich, England. 9.Monomoy Eldred. + 8.WILLIAM ELDREDGE (1627-1679) ANNE LUMPKIN (1626-1739) WILLIAM ELDREDGE was born 4 September 1627, in England to Thomas Eldred (1595-1640) and Anna Watson (1595-1642.) He married Anne Lumpkin, 3 March 1645, in Yarmouth, Barnstable, Massachusetts. One account states that William immigrated to the Colonies in the 1630-1635 period. The LDS Records state that he immigrated in 1642. If it was 1642, he was 14 years old at the time. He was a known resident of Yarmouth, Massachusetts from 3 March 1645 to 1667. William and Robert of Yarmouth, and Monomoy and Samuel of Cambridge and Stonington are believed to have been brothers, coming from England in 1635. All appear to have been men of standing and substance. The name Eldred, later spelled Eldredge (Eldridge) is an old Saxon name. William Eldredge died 1 November 1679, In Yarmouth, (present Barnstable County), Plymouth Colony, age 52. ANNE LUMPKIN was born about 1621, of England, to William and Thomasine Lumpkin. She immigrated to Massachusetts. She married William Eldredge, 3 March 1645, in Yarmouth, Barnstable, Massachusetts. Anne Lumpkin passed away 1 November 1676, in Yarmouth (present Barnstable County), Plymouth Colony, age 55. Children of William Eldredge and Anne Lumpkin: 1.Child Eldred, b. 3 March 1646, Yarmouth, MA. 2.Bridget Eldred, b. 1646, Yarmouth, MA. 3.Anna Eldridge, b. 6 Dec 1648, Yarmouth, MA. 4.Sarah Eldridge, b. 10 Oct 1650, Salisbury, MA; md. Mr. Colby. 5.Mary Eldridge, b. 1652, Yarmouth, MA. 6.Elisha Eldridge Sr. was born 10 October 1653, in Yarmouth, Cape Cod, Plymouth Colony, to William Eldredge (1627-1679) and Anne Lumpkin (1621-1676.) He with his is parents immigrated to Massachusetts from England from 1630-1635, or 1642. He married or had as a partner (1) *A Native American Indian from the Nauset Village, Cape Cod, Plymouth Colony (3 children.) He married (2) Elizabeth Lombard (-1740) (5 children.) Elisha Eldridge Sr. died 14 October 1739, in ye 87 year of his age. 7.Samuel Eldred, b. 1655, Yarmouth, MA. 8.Jehosaphat Eldredge, b. 1657, Yarmouth, MA. 9.Bethia Eldred, b. 1660, Yarmouth, MA. 10.Joseph Eldred, b. 1662, Yarmouth, MA. 11.John B. Eldridge, b. 1663, Yarmouth, MA. 12.Thomas Eldred, b. 1665, Yarmouth, MA. 13.Ezekiel Eldred, b. 1666, Yarmouth, MA. + 9.ELISHA ELDRIDGE SR. (1563-1739) NATIVE AMERICAN INDIAN (from the Nauset Village (now Eastham,) Cape Cod, Plymouth, Colony) ELISAH ELDRIDGE SR. was born in Yarmouth, Cape Cod, Massachusetts, 10 October 1653, to William Eldredge (1627-1679) and Ann Lumpkin (1621-1676.) His parents immigrated to Massachusetts from England from 1630-1635 or 1642. He married or had as a partner (1) *A Native American Indian from the Nauset Village, Cape Cod, Plymouth Colony (3 children.) He married (2) Elizabeth Lombard (-1740) (5 children.) : Elisha Eldridge Sr. and the Native American Women had three children: 1.Elisha Eldridge Jr. was born, October 1690, in Yarmouth, Barnstable, Massachusetts to Elisha Eldridge Sr. 1653-1739) and Unknown Native American Partner. He married Dorcas Mulford, in about 1711, in Truro or Eastham (10 children.) Left estate to nephew Daniel of Eastham, who was brought up by him from a child. Will probated 23 Nov 1754, Mansfield, Tolland, CT. Elisha was active in church work, and opposed to the preaching of Billingsgate minister, Mr. Josiah Oakes. 1727 of Eastham, but baptized in Truro, along with his children. Elisha Eldridge Jr. died 9 November 1754, age 64, at Mansfield, Connecticut. 2.Deborah Eldredge, b. abt. 1700, Wellsfleet, Massachusetts; md. Samuel Baker, 24 Feb. 1725; 7 childen. 3.Jesse Eldredge, b. abt. 1701, Wellsfleet, Massachusetts. In 1693, Elisha, together with Joseph Severance and Manoah Ellis, paid Jacob Crook, an Indian, six pounds for 50 acres of land in [a section of Monomoit that is now the south section of] Harwich. Elisha and his wife lived on the south portion of this tract in what is sometimes denominated the Doane neighborhood. He afterwards sold his interest in the above land to Isaac Atkins and removed to [the north section of] Eastham, now Wellfleet, where he ended his days. It is not known who his wife was. His son Elisha Eldredge, Jr., was active in church work and was opposed to the preaching of Mr. Oakes. (NEHGR, Vol 51, p. 47, Jan 1897.) Elisha Eldridge Sr. died 14 October 1739, in ye 87 year of his age. He is buried at the oldest gravestone in Duck Creek Cemetery. It reads: “Here lyes ye Body of Mr. Elisah Eldredg Dec’d October 14, 1739 NAUSET INDIANS: An Algonquian tribe formerly living in Massachusetts, on that part of Cape Cod east of Bass river, forming a part of or being under control of the Wampanoag. A writer says: “The Indians in the county of Barnstable were a distinct people, but they were subject in some respects to the chief sachem of the Wampanoags.” They probably came in contact with the whites at an early date, as the cape was frequently visited by navigators. From this tribe Hunt in 1614 carried off 7 natives and sold them into slavery with 20 Indians of Patuxet. Champlain had an encounter with the Nauset immediately before returning to Europe. They seem to have escaped the great pestilence which prevailed along the New England coast in 1617. Although disposed to attack the colonists at their first meeting, they became their fast friends, and with few exceptions remained faithful to them through King Philip’s War, even in some instances lending assistance. Most of them had been Christianized before this war broke out. Their estimated population in 1621 was 500, but this is probably below their real strength at that time, as they seem to have numbered as many 800 near afterward. About 1710, by which time they were all organized into churches, they lost a great many by fever. In 1764 they had decreased to 106, living mainly at Potanumaquut, but in 1802 only 4 were said to remain. Their principal village, Nauset, was near the present Eastham. Although their location indicates that fish furnished their chief sustenance, the Nauset were evidently cultivators of the soil, as supplies of corn and beans were obtained from them by the famishing Plymouth colonists in 1622. Originally settled by the Nauset tribe, Eastham was the site where in 1620 a hunting expedition landed, comprised from the crew of the sailing vessel Mayflower, which had stopped in Provincetown harbor on Cape Cod Bay after a rough crossing of the Atlantic Ocean, which led to the first encounter of the Pilgrims and the local Nauset people at First Encounter Beach. The area would not be settled by Europeans, however, until 1644. The original lands included what are now the towns of Truro, Wellfleet, Eastham, Orleans, and a small portion of Chatham. Eastham town was officially incorporated in 1651. + 10.ELISHA ELDRIDGE JR. (1690-1754) DORCAS MULFORD (1693-1755) ELISAH ELDRIDGE JR. was born, October 1690, in Yarmouth, Barnstable, Massachusetts to Elisha Eldridge Sr. (1653-1739) and Unknown Native American Partner. He married Dorcas Mulford, in about 1711, in Truro, Massachusetts (10 children.) Elisha was active in church work, and opposed to the preaching of Billingsgate Minister, Mr. Josiah Oakes. Owing to the church troubles at Billingsgate (Eastham) Elisha, by church letter dated 21 Jun 1741, had himself and children baptized in Truro, where he is on the church records as "Elisha Eldredge Jr. of Eastham." He and his wife Dorcas were admitted to the church at South Mansfield, by letter, 21 Jun 1741. Elisha Eldridge Jr. died 9 November 1754, age 64, at Mansfield, Connecticut. His will was written 12 Dec. 1751; probated 23 November 1754, Mansfield, Connecticut. DORCAS MULFORD was born 6 March 1693, at Eastham, Barnstable, Massachusetts, to Elder Thomas and Mary Mulford. She married Elisha Eldridge Jr., about 1711, in Truro, Massachusetts (10 children.) Owing to the church troubles at Billingsgate (Eastham) Elisha, by church letter dated 21 Jun 1741, had himself and children baptized in Truro, where he is on the church records as "Elisha Eldredge Jr. of Eastham." He and his wife Dorcas were admitted to the church at South Mansfield, by letter, 21 Jun 1741. Dorcas Mulford passed away 31 January 1755, Mansfield, Hartford, Connecticut, 31 January 1755, age 61. Children of Elisha Eldridge, Jr. and Dorcas Mulford: 1.Mulford E. Eldridge, 22 Jan 1713, Truro, MA. 2.Jesse Eldridge, 9 Aug 1715, Eastham, MA. 3.Elisha Eldridge III, 17 Mar 1717, Eastham, MA. 4.David Eldredge, 1719, Eastham, MA. 5.Dorcas Eldridge, twin, b. 15 Mar 1721, Eastham, MA; md. Mr. Doane. 6.Mary Eldridge, twin, b. 15 Mar 1721, Eastham, MA; md. Mr. Newcomb. 7.Jemima Eldridge, b. 1721, Eastham, MA. (Triplets?) 8.Tamesin Eldridge was born about 1722, of Mansfield, Tolland, Connecticut, to Elisha Eldridge, Jr. (1690-1754) and Dorcas Mulford (1693-1755.) She married Hezekiah Crane, 8 June 1749, in Mansfield. Tamesin Eldridge passed away 15 March 1771, in Mansfield, Hartford, Connecticut, age 49. 9.Bethiah Eldridge, b. 1726, Eastham. 10.Thomas Mulford Eldridge, b. 1730. + HEZEKIAH CRANE (CRAINE) (1725-1795) 11. TAMESIN ELDREDGE (1727-1771) HEZEKIAH CRANE was born 10 October 1725, in Coventry, Tolland, Connecticut to John Craine (1687-1765) and Abigail Cross (1694-1765.) He married Tamesin Eldridge, 8 June 1749, in Mansfield, Tolland, Connecticut. Hezekiah Crane died 8 January 1795, in Mansfield City, Tolland, Connecticut, age 69. TAMESIN ELDRIDGE was born about 1722, of Mansfield, Tolland, Connecticut, to Elisha Eldridge, Jr. (1690-1754) and Dorcas Mulford (1693-1755.) She married Hezekiah Crane, 8 June 1749, in Mansfield. Tamesin Eldridge passed away 15 March 1771, in Mansfield, Hartford, Connecticut, age 49. Children of Hezekiah Crane and Tamesin Eldridge: 1.Hezekiah Crane, 8 June 1749, Mansfield, CT. 2.Daniel Crane, b. 14 April 1752, Mansfield, CT. 3.Ruth Crane, b. 1 May 1753, Mansfield, CT. 4.Elisha Crane, b. 13 July 1754, Mansfield, CT. 5.Tamesin Crane, b. 16 Feb 1755, Mansfield, CT. 6.Dorcas Crane, b. 28 Aug 1757, Mansfield, CT. 7.Philip Crane, b. 3 July 1759, Mansfield, CT. 8.Jemima Crane, b. 2 Oct 1761, Mansfield, CT. 9.David Eldridge Crane, b. 16 Dec 1763, Mansfield, CT. 10.Anna Crane, b. 20 Dec 1766, Mansfield, CT. 11.Zerviah Crane was born 28 May 1769, in Mansfield, Connecticut, to Hezekiah Crane (1725-1795—her father was 56 and died at age 70) and Tamesin Eldridge (1727-1771--her mother was 42 and died at age 44.) She married Chester Southworth on 4 May 1786, at age 16, in Mansfield, Tolland, Connecticut. Zerviah passed away on 4 April 1812, at age 42, in Canton, St Lawrence, New York. +

Mary Timpson Cahoon- stories about her papa.

Contributor: Hokie374 Created: 1 year ago Updated: 1 year ago

My grandma told this story many times. Her husband, Michael Cahoon, died during the flu epidemic, February 14, 1920. Her "papa" was on his mission at the time. She received a telegram from him that said "God Bless You". Love, Papa. She always got tears in her eyes when she told the story. Grandpa Timpson's nickname for his daughter Mary was "Toodles." Grandma also told us how she loved to fish with her papa. She said she a little bit of a tomboy and loved to do things with her papa outside. One night her papa awakened her and said, "open your mouth toodles." Grandma did what he said and he slipped a fresh oyster into her mouth. She loved it.

Sealed in Logan Temple

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In the early 80's we were told at General Conference to verify our 4 generations if they were done. My dad and I started a huge project to verify every name and date that we possibly could. We sent to the TIB (Temple Index Bureau) for verification for temple ordinances for many ancestors. It was only $1 a name. We received a printout for Alma and Sarah Timpson. All the geneology sheets that we had copies of (from various relatives) showed they were sealed in the Endowment House. The printout proved they were actually sealed in the Logan Temple. Dad (Bud Cahoon) and I called his mother to see why there the information was different. She couldn't believe it. Soon, Aunt Ting (Afton) called dad and she said it had to be wrong. Neither of them could understand how they could have traveled to Logan from Salt Lake because they didn't own a buggy. Later, when my husband and children and I were in Salt Lake, I took Aunt Ting to the TIB, showed them our temple recommends and they showed us the book with Alma and Sarah's names listed. Aunt Ting said that if she hadn't seen it with her own eyes, she wouldn't have believed it!

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Alma W. Timpson was born in 1865
Alma W. Timpson was 9 years old when Winston Churchill, English colonel, journalist, and politician, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Nobel Prize laureate (d. 1965) Sir Winston Leonard Spencer-Churchill was a British politician, army officer, and writer, who was Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1940 to 1945 and again from 1951 to 1955. As Prime Minister, Churchill led Britain to victory in the Second World War. Churchill represented five constituencies during his career as Member of Parliament (MP). Ideologically an economic liberal and British imperialist, he began and ended his parliamentary career as a member of the Conservative Party, which he led from 1940 to 1955, but for twenty years from 1904 he was a prominent member of the Liberal Party.
Alma W. Timpson was 20 years old when Louis Pasteur successfully tests his vaccine against rabies on Joseph Meister, a boy who was bitten by a rabid dog. Louis Pasteur was a French biologist, microbiologist and chemist renowned for his discoveries of the principles of vaccination, microbial fermentation and pasteurization. He is remembered for his remarkable breakthroughs in the causes and prevention of diseases, and his discoveries have saved many lives ever since. He reduced mortality from puerperal fever, and created the first vaccines for rabies and anthrax. His medical discoveries provided direct support for the germ theory of disease and its application in clinical medicine. He is best known to the general public for his invention of the technique of treating milk and wine to stop bacterial contamination, a process now called pasteurization. He is regarded as one of the three main founders of bacteriology, together with Ferdinand Cohn and Robert Koch, and is popularly known as the "father of microbiology".
Alma W. Timpson was 29 years old when Mahatma Gandhi forms the Natal Indian Congress (NIC) in order to fight discrimination against Indian traders in Natal. Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi was an Indian activist who was the leader of the Indian independence movement against British rule. Employing nonviolent civil disobedience, Gandhi led India to independence and inspired movements for civil rights and freedom across the world. The honorific Mahātmā – applied to him first in 1914 in South Africa – is now used worldwide. In India, he is also called Bapu and Gandhi ji, and known as the Father of the Nation.
Alma W. Timpson was 40 years old when Albert Einstein publishes his first paper on the special theory of relativity. Albert Einstein was a German-born theoretical physicist who developed the theory of relativity, one of the two pillars of modern physics. His work is also known for its influence on the philosophy of science. He is best known to the general public for his mass–energy equivalence formula E = mc2, which has been dubbed "the world's most famous equation". He received the 1921 Nobel Prize in Physics "for his services to theoretical physics, and especially for his discovery of the law of the photoelectric effect", a pivotal step in the development of quantum theory.
Alma W. Timpson was 52 years old when Tsar Nicholas II of Russia was forced to abdicate in the February Revolution, ending three centuries of Romanov rule. Nicholas II or Nikolai II, known as Saint Nicholas in the Russian Orthodox Church, was the last Emperor of Russia, ruling from 1 November 1894 until his forced abdication on 15 March 1917. His reign saw the fall of the Russian Empire from one of the foremost great powers of the world to economic and military collapse. He was given the nickname Nicholas the Bloody or Vile Nicholas by his political adversaries due to the Khodynka Tragedy, anti-Semitic pogroms, Bloody Sunday, the violent suppression of the 1905 Russian Revolution, the executions of political opponents, and his perceived responsibility for the Russo-Japanese War (1904-1905). Soviet historians portray Nicholas as a weak and incompetent leader whose decisions led to military defeats and the deaths of millions of his subjects.
Alma W. Timpson died in 1922 at the age of 57
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