Paul Danforth1

M, b. circa 1482, d. 1538
     Paul Danforth married Katheryne ? (?)1 Paul Danforth was born circa 1482 in Framllingham, Suffolk, England.1 He was the son of William Danford and Isabel ? (?)1 Paul Danforth died in 1538 in Framllingham, Suffolk, England.1
Last Edited15 Dec 2004
Father*William Danford1 b. 1475
Mother*Isabel ? (?)1
     Will: mentions wife Katherine, sons (<21) Nicholas and Thomas, sons Robert and Richard, daughters Isabel, Margaret, Agnes, and Olive, and brother James.

Ipswich Wills, Archives, Suffolk
Book 13, Folio 259
I, Paul Derneford, of Framlingham to be buried in church of Framlingham. Katheryne my wife to have tenement called Lyncolness in Framlingham until which my son be 21 and then he shall pay her 40s a year and hold it to him accordingly to the will of William Derneford, my father; if he die Thomas my son to have the said tenement. My close, called Beetis, to be in occupancy of my said wife until said Thomas be 21, if he die the same go to my son Robert and his heirs. If he die to Richard my son and his heirs. Mention land called Battoftes, meadow called Brodewater and Metpetmedowe. Daughter Isabell, Margaret, Agnes and Olive.
Executors- Wife Katheryne and brother James Derneford.
Witness- John Lewoode, William Nuttell and John Hoberd.
Will dated Nov 13/1538
Proved Nov 18/1538


? 1500 Birth of Anne Boleyn
Feb 24, 1500 Emperor Charles V is born.
Jun 19, 1500 Death of Edmund Tudor, aged 16, months, at Hatfield
May 19, 1501 Katherine and Arthur married for the second time by proxy
Sep 27, 1501 Catherine of Aragon departs from Laredo on the Basque coast to England.
Oct 2, 1501 Catherine of Aragon arrives at Plymouth, England.
Nov. 14, 1501 Katherine of Aragon and Arthur, Prince of Wales marry
Dec 21, 1501 Arthur, Prince of Wales and Catherine of Aragon depart for Wales.
Apr. 2, 1502 Death of Prince Arthur
Feb 10, 1503 Elizabeth of York dies, giving birth to her youngest daughter, which she names Catherine.
Feb 23, 1503 Elizabeth of York buried at Westminster Abbey.
Jun 25, 1503 Katherine betrothed to Prince Henry
Aug 8, 1503 Margaret Tudor marries King James IV of Scotland.
Dec 26, 1503 Pope Julius grants a papal dispensation to allow the marriage of Prince Henry to Catherine of Aragon.
Feb. 18, 1504 Henry created Prince of Wales
Nov 24, 1504 Queen Isabella of Castile, mother of CatherinE of Aragon, dies. She is succeeded by her daughter Juana.
Jun 27, 1505 Prince Henry repudiates betrothal to Katherine
Jan 31, 1506 King Henry VII receives Philip I and Juana of Castile at Windsor. Their ship, enroute from Zeeland to Spain, was blown off course and accidentally landed at Melcombe, near Waymouth.
Sep 25, 1506 King Philip I of Castile dies at Burgos. His wife Queen Juana becomes insane.
? 1507 Birth of Jane Seymour
Dec 21, 1507 Henry VII signs marriage treaty between his daughter Mary and the Archduke Charles, son of Philip I of Spain.
Apr. 22, 1509 Death of Henry VII - accession of Henry VIII
May 10, 1509 Henry VII buried at Westminster Abbey next to his wife, Elizabeth of York.
Queen Katherine of Aragon
Jun 11, 1509 Henry VIII and Katherine of Aragon married
Jun 24, 1509 Coronation of Henry VIII and Katherine of Aragon
Jun 29, 1509 Margaret Beaufort, Countess of Richmond and mother of Henry VII, dies at Westminster.
Jun 31, 1510 Catherine of Aragon gives birth to stillborn daughter.
Aug 17, 1510 Edmund Dudley, Earl of Suffolk, beheaded at the Tower of London for treason.
Jan 1, 1511 Birth of Prince Henry
Feb. 22, 1511 Death of Prince Henry
Nov 13, 1511 Henry VIII joins the Holy League.
? 1512 Birth of Katherine Parr
Apr 10, 1512 Margaret Tudor gives birth to James (later James V of Scotland) in Linlithgow.
Sep 24, 1513 Tournai surrenders to the English.
Oct. 1513Birth of son - died soon after birth
Aug 6, 1514 Margaret Tudor, sister of Henry VIII, marries Archibald Douglas, 6th Earl of Angus.
Oct 9, 1514 Mary Tudor, younger sister of Henry VIII marries King Louis XII of France
Nov 5, 1514 Mary Tudor crowned Queen of France.
Nov. 1514 Birth of son - died soon after birth
M ay 13, 1515 Charles Brandon, Duke of Suffolk, marries the already pregnant Mary Tudor at Greenwich. He had secretly married her several months earlier in France without the King's permission.
Sep. 22, 1515 Birth of Anne of Cleves
Dec 24, 1515 Thomas Wolsey appointed Lord Chancellor of England.
Jan 1516
Jan 23, 1516 King Ferdinand, father of Catherine of Aragon, dies at Madrigalejo.
Feb. 18, 1516 Birth of Princess Mary
Mar 11, 1516 Henry Brandon, son of Charles Brandon and Mary Tudor (younger sister of Henry VIII) born
Jan 17, 1517 Henry Grey, father of Lady Jane Grey, born.
Jul 16, 1517 Frances Brandon, daughter of Charles Brandon and Mary Tudor and mother of Lady Jane Grey, born at Hatfield.
Nov 11, 1517 Thomas Parr, father of Catherine Parr, dies in London.
Nov 10, 1518 Catherine of Aragon gives birth to another stillborn daughter.
Feb. 1519 Death of Maximilian, Holy Roman Emperor, Charles of Castile, Katherine's nephew, elected as his replacement
Jun 1519 Birth of Henry FitzRoy, Bastard son of Henry VIII and Elizabeth Blount
Feb 04, 1520 Mary Boleyn, former mistress of Henry VIII, marries William Carey.
Jun 8-26, 1520 Field of the Cloth of Gold held between Henry VIII and Francis I of France.
Jul 10, 1520 Henry VIII meets Emperor Charles V at Gravelines.
May 17, 1521 Edward Stafford, Duke of Buckingham, executed for high treason.
Oct 11, 1521 Henry VIII named Defender of the Faith by Pope Leo X.
1524 Katherine past childbearing, Henry VIII NO longer sleeps with her
? 1525 Birth of Katherine Howard
Feb. 1526 Henry VIII begins courting Anne Boleyn
May 17, 1527 Ecclesiastical court established at Westminster to hear Henry VIII's arguments requesting an annulment of his marriage to Katherine of Aragon
Jun 18, 1525 Henry Fitzroy, illegitimate son of Henry VIII is created Duke of Richmond. Thomas Boleyn is createdViscount Rochford. At this ceremony is where Henry first spots his daughter, Anne Boleyn.
Jun 22, 1527 Henry tells Katherine he doubts the validity of their marriage
Sep. 1527 Henry VIII asks Pope for an annulment
Apr 2, 1528 Margaret Tudor marries her third husband, Henry Stewart, 1st Lord Methven
Sep. 29, 1528 Cardinal Campeggio sent by Pope to hear Henry VIII's case
May 20, 1529 Lady Maud Green Parr, mother of Catherine Parr, dies.
May 31, 1529 Legatine court opens at Black Friars
Oct 26, 1529 Sir Thomas More appointed Lord Chancellor of England to replace Thomas Wolsey
Dec 8, 1529 Thomas Boleyn created Earl of Wiltshire.
Nov. 1530 Death of Cardinal Wolsey
Nov 4, 1530 Thomas Wolsey is arrested for high treason.
Nov 29, 1530 Thomas Wolsey dies at Leicester while enroute to London to be executed.
Feb. 11, 1531 Parliament makes Henry VIII Supreme Head of the Church in England
Jul. 14, 1531 Henry separates from Katherine and banishes her from court
May 16, 1532 Sir Thomas More resigns as Lord Chancellor.
Sep. 1, 1532 Anne Boleyn created Marquis of Pembroke
Nov 15, 1532 Pope Clement VII threatens Henry VIII with excommunication if he does not leave Anne Boleyn

Queen Anne Boleyn

Jan 25, 1533 S ecret marriage of Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn
Mar 30, 1533 Thomas Cranmer is appointed Archbishop of Canterbury.
May 23, 1533 Archbishop Cranmer declares the marriage of Henry VIII and Katherine of Aragon to be invalid
Jun 1, 1533 Coronation of Anne Boleyn
Jun 24, 1533 Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester, born.
Jun 25, 1533 Mary Tudor, younger sister of Henry VIII, dies at Westhorpe, Suffolk.
Jul 11, 1533 Pope Clement VII excommunicates Henry VIII.
Sep. 7, 1533 Birth of Princess Elizabeth
Mar 8, 1534 Henry Brandon, Earl of Lincoln, son of Charles Brandon and Mary Tudor, dies.
Mar 23, 1534 Parliament passes Act of Succession. Only children of King's marriage to Anne Boleyn are his lawful heirs
Mar 23, 1534 Pope pronounces Henry VIII's marriage to Katherine of Aragon valid
Apr 20, 1534 Elizabeth Barton, known as the "Nun of Kent" is executed for high treason at Tyburn.
May 11, 1534 Henry VIII makes peace with James V of Scotland.
Jul. 1534 Birth of Stillborn child to Anne Boleyn
Sep 25, 1534 Pope Clement VII dies.
Jan 15, 1535 Henry VIII assumes the title "Supreme Head of the Church."
Jun 22, 1535 Execution of John Fisher, Bishop of Rochester
Jun 1535 Birth of stillborn child
Jul. 6, 1535 Execution of Sir Thomas More
Sep 10, 1535 Henry VIII visits Sir John Seymour at Wolf Hall, Savernake, Wiltshire. He meets his daughter, Jane Seymour for the first time.
Nov. 1535 Henry VIII begins courting Jane Seymour
Jan 7, 1536 Death of Katherine of Aragon
Jan 29, 1536 Anne Boleyn gave birth to a stillborn son
Jan 29, 1536 Katherine of Aragon buried at Petersborough Abbey
Apr 30, 1536 Mark Smeaton, musician to Anne Boleyn, is arrested for suspicious criminal intercourse with Anne Boleyn.. May 1, 1536 Anne Boleyn arrested and taken to the Tower of London
May 1, 1536 Sir Henry Norris arrested for alleged affair with Anne Boleyn.
May 2, 1536 George Boleyn arrested for high treason.
May 4, 1536 Sir Francis Weston and Sir William Brereton arrested for high treason.
May 5, 1536 English poet Sir Thomas Wyatt and SirRichard Page arrested for high treason.
May 15, 1536 Trial of Anne Boleyn
May 17, 1536 Mark Smeaton, Henry Norris, Francis Weston, William Brereton and George Boleyn executed
May 19, 1536 Execution of Anne Boleyn
May 20, 1536 Henry VIII betrothed to Jane Seymour
Queen Jane Seymour
May 30, 1536 Henry VIII and Jane Seymour married
Jun 4, 1536 Jane Seymour officially proclaimed Queen of
England by Parliament.
Jun 1536 Parliament passes Act of Succession. Only children of King's marriage to Jane Seymour are his lawful heirs
Jul 6, 1536 Henry VIII meets with his daughter Mary at Hackney for the first time since his divorce from Catherine of Aragon at the instigation of Jane Seymour.
Jul 8, 1536 Lady Margaret Douglas, niece of Henry VIII, is arrested and sent to the Tower after her betrothal to Thomas Howard without permission.
Jul 22, 1536 Henry Fitzroy, illegitimate son of Henry VIII, dies of tuberculosis.
Oct 9, 1536 The Pilgrimage of Grace, a popular rising in the north country against the dissolution of monasteries and religious innovations, begins under Robert Aske at Doncaster.
Dec 21, 1536 Sir John Seymour, father of Jane, died at Wolf Hall.
Jul 12, 1537 English rebel Robert Aske is executed.
Oct 15, 1537 Prince Edward christened at Hampton Court.
Oct. 12, 1537 Birth of Prince Edward
OCt. 24, 1537 Death of Jane Seymour
MAY 12, 1537 Jane Seymour buried at Garter Chapel at Windsor.
Apr 3, 1538 Lady Elizabeth Howard Boleyn, mother of Anne Boleyn, dies at Reading’s Place besides Baynard’s Castle in London.[Brøderbund Family Archive #17, Ed. 1, Birth Records: United States/Europe, Birth Records AAI Birth Records Extraction, Date of Import: Jun 12, 2000, Internal Ref. #1.17.1.7976.4]

Individual: Danforth, Paul
Birth date: Abt. 1482
Birth place: ENG
CD# 100.1

Citations

  1. [S141] Ancestry.com: Family of Harold Danford, Harold A. Danford, http://home.att.net/~hadanford1/family/index.htm

Katheryne ? (?)1

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     Katheryne ? (?) married Paul Danforth, son of William Danford and Isabel ? (?).1
Last Edited26 Apr 2012

Citations

  1. [S141] Ancestry.com: Family of Harold Danford, Harold A. Danford, http://home.att.net/~hadanford1/family/index.htm

Anne Danforth1

F, b. 1561
     Anne Danforth was born in 1561 in Framllingham, Suffolk, England.1 She was the daughter of Nicholas Danforth and Alice Jordan.1
Last Edited15 Dec 2004
Father*Nicholas Danforth1 b. 1530, d. 1583
Mother*Alice Jordan1 b. c 1540

Citations

  1. [S141] Ancestry.com: Family of Harold Danford, Harold A. Danford, http://home.att.net/~hadanford1/family/index.htm

Johane Danforth1

M, b. between 19 March 1562 and 1563
     Johane Danforth was born between 19 March 1562 and 1563.1 He was the son of Nicholas Danforth and Alice Jordan.1
Last Edited15 Dec 2004
Father*Nicholas Danforth1 b. 1530, d. 1583
Mother*Alice Jordan1 b. c 1540

Citations

  1. [S141] Ancestry.com: Family of Harold Danford, Harold A. Danford, http://home.att.net/~hadanford1/family/index.htm

Margaret Danforth1

F, b. 1565
     Margaret Danforth was born in 1565 in Framllingham, Suffolk, England.1 She was the daughter of Nicholas Danforth and Alice Jordan.1
Last Edited15 Dec 2004
Father*Nicholas Danforth1 b. 1530, d. 1583
Mother*Alice Jordan1 b. c 1540

Citations

  1. [S141] Ancestry.com: Family of Harold Danford, Harold A. Danford, http://home.att.net/~hadanford1/family/index.htm

Olive "Alice" Danforth1

F, b. 1567
     Olive "Alice" Danforth was born in 1567 in Framllingham, Suffolk, England.1 She was the daughter of Nicholas Danforth and Alice Jordan.1
Last Edited15 Dec 2004
Father*Nicholas Danforth1 b. 1530, d. 1583
Mother*Alice Jordan1 b. c 1540

Citations

  1. [S141] Ancestry.com: Family of Harold Danford, Harold A. Danford, http://home.att.net/~hadanford1/family/index.htm

Elizabeth Danforth1

F, b. between 29 January 1569 and 1570
     Elizabeth Danforth was born between 29 January 1569 and 1570.1 She was the daughter of Nicholas Danforth and Alice Jordan.1
Last Edited15 Dec 2004
Father*Nicholas Danforth1 b. 1530, d. 1583
Mother*Alice Jordan1 b. c 1540

Citations

  1. [S141] Ancestry.com: Family of Harold Danford, Harold A. Danford, http://home.att.net/~hadanford1/family/index.htm

William Danford1

M, b. 1475
     William Danford married Isabel ? (?)1 William Danford was born in 1475 in Framllingham, Suffolk, England.1
Last Edited16 Dec 2004

Child of William Danford and Isabel ? (?)

     WILL: 15 AUG 1512

Ipswich Wills, Archives, Suffolk
Book 5, Folio 280
"On the Feast of the Assumption of Our Lady, 1512, I William Dernford of Framingham at the Castle make will etc. To be buried in Churchyard of St. Michaels, Framlingham. Legacies for repairs of Churches of Babyngham (Ravyngham) and Cranesford. Isabell, my wife, to have my tenement called Gerveys, for life and 40s yearly out of my close or tenement called Lyncolness. Powle (Paul) my son at age of 24 to have my said tenement called Lyncolness.. James my son at age of 24 to take profits in Badyngham (Radyngham) called Senglers; to him and his heirs. Reynold my son after death of my wife to have tenement called Gerveys; to him and heirs of his body; for default same go to my daughters, Isabell and Elizabeth. Legacies to Johan Smyth, Margaret Walle and Isabell Ederych. Wife and John Ederych to be executors and Sir Thomas Greveson, Supervisor.
Witness Sir Thomas Greveson
Proved 23 Oct 1512
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Thirteenth great grandfather of Paul Plante


Note: was Feast of Assumption Framlingham, Suffolk, ENG 1
Death: 1512 in Framlingham, Suffolk, ENG
Burial: St Michaels, Framlingham, Suffolk, ENG 1
PROB: 23 OCT 1512 Archd Court Suffolk, ENG 1 2
Note: 1 Will: mentions wife Isabel, sons (<24) Paul and James, son Reynold, daughters Isabel and Elizabeth.

FRAMLINGHAM, ten miles north of Woodbridge, has been centred on its magnificent Castle since the twelfth century. The original seat of the Dukes of Norfolk, it boasts a superb set of curtain-wall fortifications and a series of towers topped by ornamental Tudor chimney stacks. Footpaths Crisscross the surrounding moat, while from the internal wall walkways, there are sweeping views across town to the imposing redbrick mass of Framlingham College. Of the rest of the castle, where Mary Tudor was proclaimed Queen of England in 1553, very little else survives; you'll get just as much sense of its dimensions from the outdoor tables of the Castle Inn, by the main entrance. One other point of interest, however, lies in the local parish church of St Michael, just behind the pub, which contains a lovely hammer-beam roof, fan coving and a fantastic collection of Classical sixteenth-century tombs belonging to the Howard family who owned the castle at the time.

The town below the castle makes for an enjoyable hour or two's amble, especially since the elongated Market Hill Is equipped Crown Hotel, a traditional sixteenth-century inn with roaring fires.

Genealogy of the Danford family
Letter written by Thomas W. Emerson to his sister, Maria Emerson Wright – dated 20 Oct 1920 - found at the Barnesville, Belmont Co., OH Genealogical Society.

I am enclosing a copy of minutes of researches of D. L. Thornberry, Attorney….into the Genealogy of the Danford family. You will note that Mr. Thornberry has traced the Genealogy of the family back through the male line for about 450 years, without a break. Starting on the data you gave him, and a hint from me, several years ago, tracing the family back to New Jersey, he managed to bridge the record across the Atlantic to Framingham, England, from which the difficulties probably melted nicely as they have a way of doing under the influence of American grit and dollars.

Anyway, you will notice that our family record goes back clean to the definite date 1512, when William Danford died at Framingham, this makes interesting reading for one who reads between the lines, as my kiddie and I have been trying to do. In a family of long-lived people it’s considerably safe to guess that William was not younger than 50 at his death – probably considerably more. That figure would bring his birth back to 1462.

As social conditions were in England in those days, I can’t figure out a happy lot for William and Isabel and their five nestlings. There were 3 classes of people, the Churchmen, the Nobility and the Commonalty. The nobles owned the land, and the common people were tenants with only such rights as their superiors chose to allow. The commoner was loaded down with the burden of supporting the Huge Ecclesiastical machine, and the noble with all their military ambitions; and by the time the commoner paid his church tithes and duties and put up for the keep of a luxurious aristocracy, with a royal establishment at the head, he hadn’t a bounteous leaving for himself and family

Anyway, William and Isabel lacked many things we deem everyday necessities of life. They never heard of coffee or tea, for it was only 150 years later, after his death, that the Arabian bean found its way only to England, and tea was a few years later still. Their great-great-grandson Nicholas, died in America 126 years later without a first cup of tea; but it is more probably that some of the said Nicholas’s seven children had some hundreds of great-great-grandchildren in and around Boston 136 years still later, when a
Famous tea-party was pulled off: and you know it is a family trait to participate in everything that is going on.

Neither did William and Isabel have any corn, potatoes, tomatoes, tobacco, turkeys, or a host of other luxuries which the old world was to get from the new, since the new world was not discovered until William was some 30 years old, and little or nothing was ever known of it until long after his death. It was still India when he died. Neither he nor his good wife Isabel ever hear of Columbus or his discovery, for neither he nor she would read nor write, nor anyone else in Framingham, perhaps, excepting the parish priest. Why should they, since there was nothing to read and even less to write. True, printing had been invented: A German named Gutenberg, over on the Rhine, when William was a boy of about 12, had rigged up some wooden types and a press, and had worked off a book called the “Catholicon” and when he was about 24 an Englishman named Caxton had set up a press and run off the “History of Troy.”

(Illigible-DE)…hundreds of thousands of descendants many of whom we have probably met without either ourselves or themselves knowing who they were. We have only Nicholas rescued from the common oblivion.

Of Nicholas we need only observe that he lived through the short reign of Edward VI, and the bloody catholic re-action when poor deluded Mary undertook to turn back the tide, and died in the 25th year of “The Good Queen Bee” when the Faith of generations of his ancestors had been supplanted permanently by the new religion from Germany.

Nicholas saw common people develop from mere lieges to real men and women owning land in their own right, many of the men and possibly a few of the women able to read and write, and about all of them able and willing to take a hand in political affairs – which generally meant religious affairs – and all of them entitled to have opinions of their own on almost any subject, and quite ready and willing to express them. I imagine this Nicholas accumulated a patch of land in his own right, for we find that his eldest son, Thomas, a “Yeoman” – a free and lawful man” who owned “free land” of 40 shillings annual value, which made him a “free holder” competent to vote, to sit on juries, and do numerous things William and Paul could not do. In short, the Danford family is becoming interesting – especially the eldest sons.

Thomas Danford, Yeoman, is a real somebody, worthy to have the exact date of his marriage recorded, two years after the death of his father. We recognize him as a somebody of importance by the fact of his marriage to Jane, daughter of Thomas Sudbury of Kenshall – note the “of Kenshall.” It was a big thing to own land of your very own, in those days, quite an important matter if it was worth 40 shillings a year, we don’t think it any great matter in this country; but this is not England in Tudor times….

Nicholas Danford, son of Thomas and Jane, cut a considerable figure in the old world and in the new. Born in the brilliant period of English History, a contemporary of Burleigh, Raleigh, Shakespeare and that great age of giants which makes “The Elizabethan Era” memorable for all time, he lived through reign of the first thick – headed Stewarts, James, and into that of his stubborn, short-sighted son, Charles. Nicholas was doubtless an educated man, as I gather from his record on this side of the Atlantic, a Cambridge man. He was clear-visioned. He saw the gradual development of the contest between brave Englishmen went on preserving their rights and liberties and the royal chump who sought to set back the hands of the clock by restoring the despotism of the early tudors; and he noted that the back bone of that political resistance was the religious fanaticism called puritianism. So Nicholas was Puritan. He foresaw the coming storm, and 8 years before it broke, on the death of his wife, he gathered his flock of seven children, and emigrated to the Puritan Colony in the new world known as Massachusetts Bay Colony, wherein were the towns of Salem and Boston, and where there were growing Puritan settlements spreading back in land some miles and older one south called Plymouth Colony, only 14 years old…..


You will observe that I do not look upon this genealogy as being merely the history of a family…but I regard it as a history of American in skeleton, covering 316 years when American History was made in Europe, down to that fateful day in July 144 years ago, when our ancestors of that day ceased to be English and decreed that they and their posterity should henceforth be Americans – and still are, thank heaven, even if some of American birth but English minds, would tie us back again to the old world and its stogy ideals. In preserving our independence results in “breaking the heart of the world.” I am about heartless enough to let her break; altho I am very skeptical about all this theoretical Tom Follery. As far as I am able to observe, the supposed “heart of the world” beats very much as it had done for 5 centuries, and I am unable to perceive by what authority an American official sworn to support, maintain and defend the Constitution of the United States, thereby, becomes the guardian of this alleged world heart treasure. Indeed, there is quite a lot of rhetorical slush we have been fed upon for the past seven years which I am wholly unable to translate into Missourian – and it is a safe test that any language which will not translate into the showdown dialect of Missouri is short on common sense, and belongs in the class one Paul of Tarsus characterized as “sounding brass and tinkling cymbals.” I am weary unto Nausea of “watchful waiting” “punitive expeditions” “self-determination” ”freedom of the seas” “open covenants” “Liberty” “Motors that fail to note, a world safe for Democracy” which is plainly headed for despotism, and all that long line of rhetorical flim-flam which commenced when one “Doctor” William Bayard Hale, later “My personal representative” and later German spy, published that :Batch” of beautiful slush under the heading “The New Freedom.” Do you remember it all? I am unable to foresee how historians will characterize this last 8 year period, but it would be hard to find a better name for it the “Era of tommy-rot”.

We are having real winter, nearly a foot of snowfall. This is the second one in October. The first occurrence of this time in my 30 years. Snow is said to be 4 ft deep at redmt. 12 south of here.1

Citations

  1. [S141] Ancestry.com: Family of Harold Danford, Harold A. Danford, http://home.att.net/~hadanford1/family/index.htm

Isabel ? (?)1

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     Isabel ? (?) married William Danford.1
Last Edited26 Apr 2012

Child of Isabel ? (?) and William Danford

Citations

  1. [S141] Ancestry.com: Family of Harold Danford, Harold A. Danford, http://home.att.net/~hadanford1/family/index.htm

Margaret Danforth1

F
     Margaret Danforth was the daughter of Paul Danforth and Katheryne ? (?)1
Last Edited15 Dec 2004
Father*Paul Danforth1 b. c 1482, d. 1538
Mother*Katheryne ? (?)1

Citations

  1. [S141] Ancestry.com: Family of Harold Danford, Harold A. Danford, http://home.att.net/~hadanford1/family/index.htm