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LINTON & BIRD Chronicles, Volume VI, Issue 2, Summer 2011, ISSN 1941-3521

Welcome to Interesting names on our LINTON & BIRD Family Tree.

Interesting & Unique names on our family tree

                                                              Terry Louis Linton © 2011

Linton Research Fund Inc., Publication © 2011

LINTON & BIRD Chronicles, Volume VI, Issue 2, Summer © 2011, ISSN 1941-3521

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Updating,  almost every-day,  the LINTON & BIRD Chronicles This Day in History Birthday & Anniversaries,  I have been reminded that we have some unique names in our family tree and branches also our Roots.

Photo taken circa 1927 at a unknown location of George Whippoorwill Stonestreet Phillips (1904-1969). Photo was taken by thirteen year old Florence Avis Linton, (1914-1990) Georges half niece. Photo in the collection of David Allen Beavers, son of Florence.

George Whippoorwill Stonestreet Phillips (1904-1969)

extracted from Phillips Family Historical Sketch

Terry Louis Linton © 1988

Linton Research Fund Inc., Publication © 1988

LINTON & BIRD CHRONICLES, Volume V, Issue 1, Spring © 2010, ISSN 1941-3521

On September 10, 1903, Ira George PHILLIPS (1853-1928) married the widow, Sallie Fenmor STONESTREET Linton ((1861-1928) at Henderson Hall Chapel, Fort Myer, Arlington County, Virginia. Ira & Sallie had one child, George Whippoorwill Stonestreet PHILLIPS (1904-1969). George was born on August 1, 1904, in the Linton family farm house on Linton Lane near Hunters Station and Fort Hunt, Fairfax County, Virginia. According to George’s half niece, Florence Avis LINTON Beavers (1912-1990) said she remembered her grand-mother Sallie telling her she was looking out the kitchen window listening to a whippoorwill sing while thinking of a name for her new son.

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                                                Experience BIRD (1683-?)

                                        

                        Copyright © 2011 LINTON & BIRD Chronicles This Day in History

Experience BIRD (1683-?) was born on September 30, 1683, in Dorchester, Suffolk County, Massachusetts. Experience was the daughter of John BIRD (1642-1732) born in Doechester, Suffolk County, Massachusetts & Elizabeth WILLIAMS (1647-1724) born in Taunton, Bristol County, Massachusetts.

Experience was the granddaughter of Thomas BIRD (1613-1667) born in Dorchester, Norfolk County, Massachusetts & Mary BELDEN (1600-1664) born in England.

Experience was the great-granddaughter of William BIRD (1585-?) born in Thorley, Hertfordshire, England & Mary WOODHALL (1590-1675) born in Saffron, Parish Walden, County Essex, England.

Experience was second great-granddaughter of William BIRD (1548-?) born in Parish Thorley, County Hertfordshire, England.

Experience was the third great-granddaughter of John BIRD (1511-1575) & Jone WILBORE (1511-1575) both born in Parish Thorley, County Hertfordshire, England.

Experience was the fourth great-granddaughter of Progenitor John BIRD (1490-?) born in Parish Thorley, County Hertfordshire, England. Experience was the fourth cousin seven times removed of Jeff Augustus "Gus" BIRD (1893-1954). and the fourth cousin nine times removed of Terry Louis LINTON.

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Ancestors of Hope Still STOUT (1679-?)

(First cousin seven times removed of Kirk Louis Linton (1914-1987)

(Andrew STOUT (1501-?) the 11th great-grandfather of Kirk Louis Linton 1912-1987)

Terry Louis Linton © 2011Linton Research Fund Inc., Publication © 2011

LINTON & BIRD Chronicles, Volume VI, Issue 2, Summer © 2011, ISSN 1941-3521

Question: Why is Kirk Louis Linton (1914-1987) the first cousin seven times removed of Hope Still STOUT (1679-?) ? Because his great-grandfather Doctor Lewis Colbert LINTON (1802-1878) mother, Ann CROASDALE (1776-1852) was the first cousin of Hope Still STOUT (1679-?) when she married Kirk’s 2nd great-grandfather, James LINTON (1769-1854) on March 12, 1801, in Newtown Township Quaker Meeting House, in Bucks County, Pennsylvania.

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