Hilda Enocksen1

Female, #85981
FatherKarl John Enocksen1 b. Jan 20, 1869, d. 1952
MotherKaren Ingebretson1 b. Mar 1, 1871, d. 1960
RelationshipHilda Enocksen is a descendent of a parent or ancestor of a spouse of one of my relatives. Because Hilda is not a relative of mine I am not actively researching her.
 
Birth - no infoI have no information on the date or place of birth for Hilda Enocksen.  
Marriage - assumedShe married Ernest Klein
Death - no infoI have no information on the date and place of Hilda's death. 

Family

Ernest Klein
Children 1.Donald Klein+1
 2.Jean Klein1
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Ernest Klein1

Male, #85982
RelationshipErnest Klein is a non-related spouse of a spouse of one of my relatives. Because Ernest is not a relative of mine I am not actively researching him.
 
Birth - no infoI have no information on the date or place of birth for Ernest Klein.  
Marriage - assumedHe married Hilda Enocksen, daughter of Karl John Enocksen and Karen Ingebretson
Death - no infoI have no information on the date and place of Ernest's death. 

Family

Hilda Enocksen
Children 1.Donald Klein+1
 2.Jean Klein1
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Donald Klein1

Male, #85983
FatherErnest Klein1
MotherHilda Enocksen1
RelationshipDonald Klein is a descendent of a parent or ancestor of a spouse of one of my relatives. Because Donald is not a relative of mine I am not actively researching him.
 

Family

Jacquelyn Stoltz d. 18 Feb 2005
Children 1.Richard Klein1
 2.Jeffrey Klein1
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Jean Klein1

Female, #85984
FatherErnest Klein1
MotherHilda Enocksen1
RelationshipJean Klein is a descendent of a parent or ancestor of a spouse of one of my relatives. Because Jean is not a relative of mine I am not actively researching her.
 
Last EditedJan 11, 2011

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Jacquelyn Stoltz1

Female, #85985, d. February 18, 2005
RelationshipJacquelyn Stoltz is a non-related spouse of a spouse of one of my relatives. Because Jacquelyn is not a relative of mine I am not actively researching her.
 
Birth - no infoI have no information on the date or place of birth for Jacquelyn Stoltz.  
DeathFebruary 18, 2005Jacquelyn died February 18, 2005 in an unknown place .1  

Family

Donald Klein
Children 1.Richard Klein1
 2.Jeffrey Klein1
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Richard Klein1

Male, #85986
FatherDonald Klein1
MotherJacquelyn Stoltz1 d. Feb 18, 2005
RelationshipRichard Klein is a descendent of a parent or ancestor of a spouse of one of my relatives. Because Richard is not a relative of mine I am not actively researching him.
 
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Jeffrey Klein1

Male, #85987
FatherDonald Klein1
MotherJacquelyn Stoltz1 d. Feb 18, 2005
RelationshipJeffrey Klein is a descendent of a parent or ancestor of a spouse of one of my relatives. Because Jeffrey is not a relative of mine I am not actively researching him.
 
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Einard Enocksen1

Male, #85988, b. December 7, 1899
FatherKarl John Enocksen1 b. Jan 20, 1869, d. 1952
MotherKaren Ingebretson1 b. Mar 1, 1871, d. 1960
RelationshipEinard Enocksen is a descendent of a parent or ancestor of a spouse of one of my relatives. Because Einard is not a relative of mine I am not actively researching him.
 
BirthDecember 7, 1899Einard was born December 7, 1899 in an unknown place .1 
Death - no infoI have no information on the date and place of Einard's death. 
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George Thorlof Enocksen1

Male, #85989, b. July 10, 1895
FatherKarl John Enocksen1 b. Jan 20, 1869, d. 1952
MotherKaren Ingebretson1 b. Mar 1, 1871, d. 1960
RelationshipGeorge Thorlof Enocksen is a descendent of a parent or ancestor of a spouse of one of my relatives. Because George Thorlof is not a relative of mine I am not actively researching him.
 
BirthJuly 10, 1895George was born July 10, 1895 in Norway.1 
Death - no infoI have no information on the date and place of George Thorlof's death. 
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Ingard Enocksen1

Male, #85990, b. December 23, 1896
FatherKarl John Enocksen1 b. Jan 20, 1869, d. 1952
MotherKaren Ingebretson1 b. Mar 1, 1871, d. 1960
RelationshipIngard Enocksen is a descendent of a parent or ancestor of a spouse of one of my relatives. Because Ingard is not a relative of mine I am not actively researching him.
 
BirthDecember 23, 1896Ingard was born December 23, 1896 in Norway.1 
Death - no infoI have no information on the date and place of Ingard's death. 
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Bjørgvald Enocksen1

Male, #85991, b. September 10, 1898
FatherKarl John Enocksen1 b. Jan 20, 1869, d. 1952
MotherKaren Ingebretson1 b. Mar 1, 1871, d. 1960
RelationshipBjørgvald Enocksen is a descendent of a parent or ancestor of a spouse of one of my relatives. Because Bjørgvald is not a relative of mine I am not actively researching him.
 
BirthSeptember 10, 1898Bjørgvald was born September 10, 1898 in Norway.1 
Death - no infoI have no information on the date and place of Bjørgvald's death. 
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William Babb1

Male, #85992
FatherPhillip Babb1 b. 1634, d. 1671
MotherMary Baylie1
RelationshipWilliam Babb is a descendent of a parent or ancestor of a spouse of one of my relatives. Because William is not a relative of mine I am not actively researching him.
 
Birth - no infoI have no information on the date or place of birth for William Babb.  
Death - no infoI have no information on the date and place of William's death. 
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Phillip Babb1

Male, #85993
FatherPhillip Babb1 b. 1634, d. 1671
MotherMary Baylie1
RelationshipPhillip Babb is a descendent of a parent or ancestor of a spouse of one of my relatives. Because Phillip is not a relative of mine I am not actively researching him.
 
Birth - no infoI have no information on the date or place of birth for Phillip Babb.  
Death - no infoI have no information on the date and place of Phillip's death. 
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Sampson Babb1

Male, #85994
FatherPhillip Babb1 b. 1634, d. 1671
MotherMary Baylie1
RelationshipSampson Babb is a descendent of a parent or ancestor of a spouse of one of my relatives. Because Sampson is not a relative of mine I am not actively researching him.
 
Birth - no infoI have no information on the date or place of birth for Sampson Babb.  
Death - no infoI have no information on the date and place of Sampson's death. 
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Peter Babb1

Male, #85995
FatherPhillip Babb1 b. 1634, d. 1671
MotherMary Baylie1
RelationshipPeter Babb is a descendent of a parent or ancestor of a spouse of one of my relatives. Because Peter is not a relative of mine I am not actively researching him.
 
Birth - no infoI have no information on the date or place of birth for Peter Babb.  
Death - no infoI have no information on the date and place of Peter's death. 
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Thomas Babb Jr1

Male, #85996, b. 1697, d. September 22, 1760
FatherThomas Babb Sr1 b. 1671, d. Aug 13, 1751
MotherBathsheba Hussey1 b. Sep 27, 1671, d. Oct 3, 1717
RelationshipThomas Babb Jr is a descendent of a parent or ancestor of a spouse of one of my relatives. Because Thomas is not a relative of mine I am not actively researching him.
 
Birth1697Thomas was born 1697 in Brandywine, New Castle County, New Hampshire.1 
Death of MotherOctober 3, 1717His mother, Bathsheba, died on October 3, 1717 in Brandywine, New Castle County, Delaware.1 
MarriageJune 26, 1729He married Sarah Foulke, daughter of William Foulke and Elizabeth Cope, June 26, 1729 in New Castle County, Delaware Colony .1  
Death of FatherAugust 13, 1751His father, Thomas, died on August 13, 1751 in New Castle County, Delaware.1 
DeathSeptember 22, 1760Thomas died September 22, 1760 in Frederick County, Virginia.1  

Family

Sarah Foulke b. 1708, d. b 1760
Note-McMahanThomas Babb Jr He spent the earlyyears of his life in Brandywine Humdred, New Castle, Delaware. As a young man, he and his 2 brothers moved to Chester County, PA where they bought land.
Thomas married after his move to Chester Co. Married under a Governor's License, in Holy Trinity (Old Swede's) Church in Wilmington, Delaware.
Tax records indicated that their first home was in Bethel Township, where it is believed their first 2 children were born.
In November 1735 the father received a patent to 600 acres of land situated on Applepie Ridge in Frederick County, VA, near Winchester. Under the conditions of the patent, the land had to be occupied, 3 acres of every 50 cleared and cultivated and certain yearly payments made to an agent of the King. In order to comply with these requirements, the father sent his 2 youngest sons to occupy the land and carry out the other provisions of the patent.
Thomas and his brother moved from Chester Co, PA to Frederick Co. VA. He was a Quaker and on 2 March 1736 his certificate of membership was transfered from the Newark Monthly Meeting to the Hopewell Monthly Meeting, of which Thomas was one of the founding fathers.
There is today still a Babb's Run and a Babb's Mountain in Frederick Co,VA.
There is a will written by Thomas dated 22 September 1760. Parents: Thomas SR BABB and Bathsheba HUSSEY.
He was married to Sarah FOULKE on 26 JUN 1729 in New Castle County, Colony of Delaware. Children were: Phillip BABB , Peter BABB, SampsonBABB , Joseph BABB, Elizabeth BABB , Stephen BABB, Thomas BABB .1 
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Phillip Babb1

Male, #85997
FatherThomas Babb Sr1 b. 1671, d. Aug 13, 1751
MotherBathsheba Hussey1 b. Sep 27, 1671, d. Oct 3, 1717
RelationshipPhillip Babb is a descendent of a parent or ancestor of a spouse of one of my relatives. Because Phillip is not a relative of mine I am not actively researching him.
 
Birth - no infoI have no information on the date or place of birth for Phillip Babb.  
Death - no infoI have no information on the date and place of Phillip's death. 
Note-McMahanPhillip Babb Phillip BABB(1) died in 1671 in Appledore Island, Isles of Shoals, MAcolony. He was born in England?. While some facts about Phillip Babb areeasily available, much we hear about him is legend. His parentage, hisbirth place, his scholling and early life in England is yet to bedetermined. Legend tells us of his reason for coming to America and thereason for his making his home on the rugged and bleak Isles of Shoals.When and where he married, the surname of his wife for sure and otherbits of data are yet to be found.
An interesting book on the area, in which some mention is made of PhillipBabb is 'The Isles of Shoals in Lore and Legend' by Lyman V. Rutledge andmuch more can be found inthe volumn.
According to Rutledge, there are some who believe that the Isles ofShoals (nine small, bleak, rocky islands about 6 and 1/2 miles from themainland at the closest point, which straddle the Maine and New Hampshirelines) were visited by the Vikings before the time of Columbus. Howeverthe earliest written mention of the group is found in Captain JohnSmith's 'Description of New England' written in 1616. But it is in thewritings of Sir Christopher Levette, who had been given a patent to 6,000acres of his own choice in Maine, that we find 'Upon these Isles Ineither could see one good timber tree, not so much ground as to make agarden.' This was in 1623. In spite of such bleak surroundings, the fishwere so abundant around the islands, and the quality so good, that evenbefore the first permanent settlement in America, European fisherman wereoperating from the Isles.
An excellent spring was on Hog Island, largest of the group, and therewere several small but save anchorages. Nor was there any evidence thatthe islands were visited by savages. So the fishermen built temporaryshelters for living quarters, stages and frames for processing the'dunfish' which was the name applied to the salted and dried fish whichwas in great demand on the European markets, and storage sheds used bothin the curing process and for storing their product until ready to returnto theirhomelands.
These early inhabitants of the Isles were strictly transient people. Theybrought nothing of a permanent nature with them, nor did they bring theirwives and families. In time this was to establish a precident whichprohibited anyone from bringing a woman to live on the Islands. Thefishermen also did not take an Oath of Allegiance to any of the Colonialgovernments, resented any attempt to govern the Isles, perferring tosettle their differences by personal combat. When in later years anattempt was made to tax the tonage of fish they were exporting, thefishermen refused to pay.
Life at best was rugged on the Isles. Missionaries appointed by the'Society forPropagating the Gospel' amount the Indians and others inNorth America started visiting the Isles in 1637. A brick church wasbuilt on Smuttynose Island in 1640. About the same time a few 'permanet'homes were being built, and the coursts set aside the long establishedrule that there could be no women living on any of the islands. Still,the fishermen and the 'old timers' resented laws and taxes. The heads ofgovernment in Boston had a problem on their hands.
A legend handed down from a Mrs. Addie Babb Small of Cornish, Maine (nowdeceased) told of Phillip's coming to the Isles of Shoals. As a solutionto their problems on the Isles, representatives of Boston government weresent to Bristol, England where it was said that Phillip Babb, son of a'landed' Babb in one of England's southern counties (belived to beDevon), was having a great success doing 'Humanitarian Work' among thefamilies of the Bristol fisherman. Since these might be the families ofthe same fishermen giving trouble on the Isels of Shoals, it was thoughtthat Phillip could be persuaded to come to the Isles, he might be able todeal successfully with the troublemakers.
Phillip was offered the job of Fishing Master which he accepted. In 1652he took an oath of Allegiance at Kittery, Maine, then moved to HogIsland, now Appledore, to setup his base of operations.
According to Lyman Rutledge, Phillip Babb was one of the earliest of thesettlers whose name has emerged from obscurity, and that he was one ofthe most important. He describes Phillip as being a constable, taverner,and general factorum. He kept cattle, sheep and hogs in the valley backof his butcher shop.
After a year on the Isles, Phillip was one of 20 permanent residents onthe Isles to present a petition to the Boston Court requesting that asystem of courts be established. The court approved the request andPhillip was named as one of the Magistrates, a postion he held until hisdeath.
It is not known when he married, nor can er find a reference mentioningMary's maiden name for sure. They had 5 sons, the youngest being bornafter the death of Phillip. Mary died not long afterwards.
At Phillip's death there being no will Nathaniel Fryer was appointed asthe Administrator of his estate on 24 April 1671 and an inventory havingbeen filed on 31 March of that same year.
After the death of Mary the 5 boys were placed in as many foster homes onthe mainland. To offset the cost of raising the boys, some of the fosterparents had their charges either apprenticed to them or indentured. Insuch cases the courts set the length of time or the age to which the boysmust stay to work off the debt owed for his raising.
There are many tales about Phillip but few have been shown tobe true.During the early years of the Isles occupation, ships would stop there toreplentish their water supply, among them pirate ships. Tales are told oftreasure buried on the isles, though no great amount has ever been found.
Not to be disputed, however, are the numerous tales told by people whohave visited on Appledore Island by the Ghost of Phillip Babb. In Youngs'Island of New England' : 'The usual approach to Appledore is by Babb'sCove. Here is where a Coast Guart Boat House now stands. Phillip Babb hadhis butcher shop and here is where he died in 1671. A legend longprevailed on the Islands that Phillip Babb in a course-striped butcher'sfrock, with a leather belt to which was attached a sheath containing aghostly knife, sharp and glittering was wont to haunt Appledore.'
From Celia Traxter's (1873) 'Among the Isles of Shoals' it states: 'Thereis a superstition amoung the islanders that Phillip Babb, or someevil-minded descendants of his, still haunts Appledore, and that noconsideration would induce the more timid to walk along after dark over acertain shingly beach on that island, at the top of a cove bearing Babb'sname, for there is where an uneasy spirit us often most seen. He issupposed to have been so desperately wicked when alive that there is norest for him in his grave. His dress is a coarse, striped butcher'sfrock, witha leather belt to which is attached a sheath containing aghostly knife, sharp and glittering, which it is his delight to brandishin the face of terrifed humanity. One of the Shoalers is perfectlycertain that he and Babb have met and he shedders with real horrorrecalling the meeting. This is his story: It was after sunset and he wascoming around the corner of his workshop when he saw a wild and dreadfulfigure advancing toward him. His first thought was that someone wished tomake him the victim of a joke and he called out something to the effectthat he wasn't afraid but the thing came near with a ghastly face andhollow eyes and assuming a fiendish expression, it took out the knifefrom it's belt and flourshed it in the face of the Shoaler. He fled tothe house and entered breathless, calling for the person who he supposedhad tried to frighten him. That person was quietly eating his supper andwhen the poor fellow say him, he was so much agitated that he nearlyfainted and his belief in Babb was fixed more firmly than ever.'
Children were: Thomas SR BABB, William BABB, Phillip BABB, Sampson BABB,Peter BABB.1
 
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Mary Babb1

Female, #85998
FatherThomas Babb Sr1 b. 1671, d. Aug 13, 1751
MotherBathsheba Hussey1 b. Sep 27, 1671, d. Oct 3, 1717
RelationshipMary Babb is a descendent of a parent or ancestor of a spouse of one of my relatives. Because Mary is not a relative of mine I am not actively researching her.
 
Birth - no infoI have no information on the date or place of birth for Mary Babb.  
Death - no infoI have no information on the date and place of Mary's death. 
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Rebecca Babb1

Female, #85999
FatherThomas Babb Sr1 b. 1671, d. Aug 13, 1751
MotherBathsheba Hussey1 b. Sep 27, 1671, d. Oct 3, 1717
RelationshipRebecca Babb is a descendent of a parent or ancestor of a spouse of one of my relatives. Because Rebecca is not a relative of mine I am not actively researching her.
 
Birth - no infoI have no information on the date or place of birth for Rebecca Babb.  
Death - no infoI have no information on the date and place of Rebecca's death. 
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Lydia Babb1

Female, #86000
FatherThomas Babb Sr1 b. 1671, d. Aug 13, 1751
MotherBathsheba Hussey1 b. Sep 27, 1671, d. Oct 3, 1717
RelationshipLydia Babb is a descendent of a parent or ancestor of a spouse of one of my relatives. Because Lydia is not a relative of mine I am not actively researching her.
 
Birth - no infoI have no information on the date or place of birth for Lydia Babb.  
Death - no infoI have no information on the date and place of Lydia's death. 
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