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8626 Widowed at age 27, Hilma practiced nursing for 25 years and was well-known for her outstanding work. Adamson, Hilma Margareta (I1220)
 
8627 Wigaila is an unusual feminine first name. I have gone through Alexander Beider's book on given names and the closest I can come right now is Feyge which is similar to the German word vogel meaning bird and the Yiddish word for bird as well. It is a calque of the biblical name Zipporah which is the English version of the Hebrew name Tsipoyre which means bird in Hebrew.

The other women in our family named Zippa or some name similar to this are also named bird.

Helen is of Greek origin and means ray of shining light.

Dave Howard
Aug 2007 
Daug of Shender, Helen (I0491)
 
8628 Wikipedia, "Kentucky" & "Mercer County, KY": "In November, 1780, Virginia divided Kentucky County into three counties: Fayette, Jefferson, and Lincoln. . . . Mercer County, Virginia was formed from Lincoln County, Virginia in 1786. Finally, on June 1, 1792, with Virginia consenting to the separation, the United States Congress accepted the Kentucky Constitution and admitted it as the 15th state, without creating a territory first." Thomas, Elizabeth (I41672)
 
8629 Wikipedia, "Kentucky" & "Mercer County, KY": "In November, 1780, Virginia divided Kentucky County into three counties: Fayette, Jefferson, and Lincoln. . . . Mercer County, Virginia was formed from Lincoln County, Virginia in 1786. Finally, on June 1, 1792, with Virginia consenting to the separation, the United States Congress accepted the Kentucky Constitution and admitted it as the 15th state, without creating a territory first." Thomas, Anna (I41677)
 
8630 Wikipedia, "Kentucky" & "Mercer County, KY": "In November, 1780, Virginia divided Kentucky County into three counties: Fayette, Jefferson, and Lincoln. . . . Mercer County, Virginia was formed from Lincoln County, Virginia in 1786. Finally, on June 1, 1792, with Virginia consenting to the separation, the United States Congress accepted the Kentucky Constitution and admitted it as the 15th state, without creating a territory first." Thomas, Eunice Jinny (I41676)
 
8631 Wikipedia, "Kentucky" & "Mercer County, KY": "In November, 1780, Virginia divided Kentucky County into three counties: Fayette, Jefferson, and Lincoln. . . . Mercer County, Virginia was formed from Lincoln County, Virginia in 1786. Finally, on June 1, 1792, with Virginia consenting to the separation, the United States Congress accepted the Kentucky Constitution and admitted it as the 15th state, without creating a territory first." Thomas, Thankful (I41671)
 
8632 Wikipedia, "Kentucky" & "Mercer County, KY": "In November, 1780, Virginia divided Kentucky County into three counties: Fayette, Jefferson, and Lincoln. . . . Mercer County, Virginia was formed from Lincoln County, Virginia in 1786. Finally, on June 1, 1792, with Virginia consenting to the separation, the United States Congress accepted the Kentucky Constitution and admitted it as the 15th state, without creating a territory first." Thomas, Ursula Sally (I41673)
 
8633 Wikipedia, "Kentucky" & "Mercer County, KY": "In November, 1780, Virginia divided Kentucky County into three counties: Fayette, Jefferson, and Lincoln. . . . Mercer County, Virginia was formed from Lincoln County, Virginia in 1786. Finally, on June 1, 1792, with Virginia consenting to the separation, the United States Congress accepted the Kentucky Constitution and admitted it as the 15th state, without creating a territory first." Thomas, Joseph (I41844)
 
8634 Wikipedia, "Kentucky" & "Mercer County, KY": "In November, 1780, Virginia divided Kentucky County into three counties: Fayette, Jefferson, and Lincoln. . . . Mercer County, Virginia was formed from Lincoln County, Virginia in 1786. Finally, on June 1, 1792, with Virginia consenting to the separation, the United States Congress accepted the Kentucky Constitution and admitted it as the 15th state, without creating a territory first." Thomas, Lewis Clark (I41626)
 
8635 Wikipedia, "Kentucky" & "Mercer County, KY": "In November, 1780, Virginia divided Kentucky County into three counties: Fayette, Jefferson, and Lincoln. . . . Mercer County, Virginia was formed from Lincoln County, Virginia in 1786. Finally, on June 1, 1792, with Virginia consenting to the separation, the United States Congress accepted the Kentucky Constitution and admitted it as the 15th state, without creating a territory first." Thomas, John (I41842)
 
8636 Wikipedia, "Kentucky" & "Mercer County, KY": "In November, 1780, Virginia divided Kentucky County into three counties: Fayette, Jefferson, and Lincoln. . . . Mercer County, Virginia was formed from Lincoln County, Virginia in 1786. Finally, on June 1, 1792, with Virginia consenting to the separation, the United States Congress accepted the Kentucky Constitution and admitted it as the 15th state, without creating a territory first." Demaree, Rachel (I19972)
 
8637 Wikipedia, "Kentucky" & "Mercer County, KY": "In November, 1780, Virginia divided Kentucky County into three counties: Fayette, Jefferson, and Lincoln. . . . Mercer County, Virginia was formed from Lincoln County, Virginia in 1786. Finally, on June 1, 1792, with Virginia consenting to the separation, the United States Congress accepted the Kentucky Constitution and admitted it as the 15th state, without creating a territory first." Thomas, Morris (I41619)
 
8638 Wikipedia, "Kentucky" & "Mercer County, KY": "In November, 1780, Virginia divided Kentucky County into three counties: Fayette, Jefferson, and Lincoln. . . . Mercer County, Virginia was formed from Lincoln County, Virginia in 1786. Finally, on June 1, 1792, with Virginia consenting to the separation, the United States Congress accepted the Kentucky Constitution and admitted it as the 15th state, without creating a territory first." Thomas, Pauline (I41620)
 
8639 Wikipedia, "Kentucky" & "Mercer County, KY": "In November, 1780, Virginia divided Kentucky County into three counties: Fayette, Jefferson, and Lincoln. . . . Mercer County, Virginia was formed from Lincoln County, Virginia in 1786. Finally, on June 1, 1792, with Virginia consenting to the separation, the United States Congress accepted the Kentucky Constitution and admitted it as the 15th state, without creating a territory first." Thomas, Lindsey (I41616)
 
8640 Wikipedia, "Kentucky" & "Mercer County, KY": "In November, 1780, Virginia divided Kentucky County into three counties: Fayette, Jefferson, and Lincoln. . . . Mercer County, Virginia was formed from Lincoln County, Virginia in 1786. Finally, on June 1, 1792, with Virginia consenting to the separation, the United States Congress accepted the Kentucky Constitution and admitted it as the 15th state, without creating a territory first." Voris, Francis Voorhees (I41702)
 
8641 Wikipedia, "Kentucky" & "Mercer County, KY": "In November, 1780, Virginia divided Kentucky County into three counties: Fayette, Jefferson, and Lincoln. . . . Mercer County, Virginia was formed from Lincoln County, Virginia in 1786. Finally, on June 1, 1792, with Virginia consenting to the separation, the United States Congress accepted the Kentucky Constitution and admitted it as the 15th state, without creating a territory first." Thomas, Henry (I41847)
 
8642 Wikipedia, "Kentucky" & "Mercer County, KY": "In November, 1780, Virginia divided Kentucky County into three counties: Fayette, Jefferson, and Lincoln. . . . Mercer County, Virginia was formed from Lincoln County, Virginia in 1786. Finally, on June 1, 1792, with Virginia consenting to the separation, the United States Congress accepted the Kentucky Constitution and admitted it as the 15th state, without creating a territory first." Thomas, Edmund (I41848)
 
8643 Wikipedia, "Kentucky" & "Mercer County, KY": "In November, 1780, Virginia divided Kentucky County into three counties: Fayette, Jefferson, and Lincoln. . . . Mercer County, Virginia was formed from Lincoln County, Virginia in 1786. Finally, on June 1, 1792, with Virginia consenting to the separation, the United States Congress accepted the Kentucky Constitution and admitted it as the 15th state, without creating a territory first." Thomas, Martha (I41849)
 
8644 Wikipedia, "Kentucky" & "Mercer County, KY": "In November, 1780, Virginia divided Kentucky County into three counties: Fayette, Jefferson, and Lincoln. . . . Mercer County, Virginia was formed from Lincoln County, Virginia in 1786. Finally, on June 1, 1792, with Virginia consenting to the separation, the United States Congress accepted the Kentucky Constitution and admitted it as the 15th state, without creating a territory first." Thomas, Rachel (I41850)
 
8645 Wikipedia, "Kentucky" & "Mercer County, KY": "In November, 1780, Virginia divided Kentucky County into three counties: Fayette, Jefferson, and Lincoln. . . . Mercer County, Virginia was formed from Lincoln County, Virginia in 1786. Finally, on June 1, 1792, with Virginia consenting to the separation, the United States Congress accepted the Kentucky Constitution and admitted it as the 15th state, without creating a territory first." Thomas, Mary (I41843)
 
8646 Wikipedia, "Kentucky" & "Mercer County, KY": "In November, 1780, Virginia divided Kentucky County into three counties: Fayette, Jefferson, and Lincoln. . . . Mercer County, Virginia was formed from Lincoln County, Virginia in 1786. Finally, on June 1, 1792, with Virginia consenting to the separation, the United States Congress accepted the Kentucky Constitution and admitted it as the 15th state, without creating a territory first." Thomas, William Morris (slave owner) (I41841)
 
8647 Wikipedia: "Ames was founded at the opening of the Cherokee Outlet on September 16, 1893. It was initially named Hoyle, for a nearby creek. The Blackwell, Enid and Southwestern Railroad (later the St. Louis and San Francisco Railway) constructed a line from Blackwell in Kay County to Darrow in Blaine County, that passed through the community. On January 4, 1902, it was named for Henry S. Ames, a railroad official.

Ames had a population of 278 at the 1920 census and 332 at the 1940 census, its peak population." 
Thomas, Lutisha (I21434)
 
8648 Wikipedia: "Ames was founded at the opening of the Cherokee Outlet on September 16, 1893. It was initially named Hoyle, for a nearby creek. The Blackwell, Enid and Southwestern Railroad (later the St. Louis and San Francisco Railway) constructed a line from Blackwell in Kay County to Darrow in Blaine County, that passed through the community. On January 4, 1902, it was named for Henry S. Ames, a railroad official.

Ames had a population of 278 at the 1920 census and 332 at the 1940 census, its peak population." 
Bailey, Ancel T. (I21435)
 
8649 Wikipedia: "Angola is a city in Pleasant Township, Steuben County, Indiana." Strosnider, Orin (I35796)
 
8650 Wikipedia: "Established in 1793, Hardin County was named for Colonel John Hardin, an Indian fighter who worked with tribes in the local area. In a few years, professional men and tradesmen came to live in the area. In 1793, Colonel Hynes had 30 acres (120,000 m2) of land (until then known as the Severn's Valley Settlement[2]) surveyed and laid off into lots and streets to establish Elizabethtown. Named in honor of his wife, Elizabethtown was legally established in 1797." Thomas, Hardin (I43633)
 

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