Rosa M. Dunn1

F, d. before 1910
     Rosa M. Dunn married Frank Willard Noyes, son of Pelham Peaslee Noyes and Grace Enna Merrill, on 30 October 1900.1 She died before 1910.2

Citations

  1. [S504] Maine Marriages, 1892-1996 online www.ancestry.com,.
  2. [S508] 1910 Federal census, Maine, Oxford county, Norway, district 198.

Marrichgen Dircksdr Duyrcant1

F, b. 1601, d. 1665
     Marrichgen Dircksdr Duyrcant was also known as Mary Willemsen Deurcant.2 She was born in 1601 in Woerden, Holland.1 She married Lyon Gardiner before 1635.1 Marrichgen Dircksdr Duyrcant was also known as Mary Gardiner. She left a will dated 19 Apr 1661 and proved 6 Jun 1665. The will mentions son David, daughter Mary Conckling, grandchild Elizabeth Howell, sons-in-law Jeremiah Conckling and Arthur Howell.3 She died in 1665 in East Hampton, Suffolk county, New York.1

Children of Marrichgen Dircksdr Duyrcant and Lyon Gardiner

Citations

  1. [S320] Long Island Genealogy, online http://longislandgenealogy.com/
  2. [S701] Wikipedia, online http://en.wikipedia.org/, wiki/Lion_Gardiner.
  3. [S819] William Smith Pelletreau, NY Wills, Vol. I, pp. 1-2.
  4. [S699] James Clark Parshall, Parshall Family History, page 10.

John T. Eddings1

M, b. 18 February 1866, d. 14 May 1947
     John T. Eddings was born on 18 February 1866.1 He married Lucy B. Carnahan, daughter of John Mason Carnahan and Ruth Elizabeth Kimsey, on 21 February 1894 in Crittenden county, Kentucky.1 He appeared on the 1940 Federal Census of Christian county, Kentucky, at Western Kentucky Hospital, enumerated 9 April 1940.2 He died on 14 May 1947 in Christian county, Kentucky, at age 81.1 He was buried in Odd Fellows Cemetery, Clay, Webster county, Kentucky.3

Citations

  1. [S627] Kimsey/Kimzey/Ferguson/Alley, 26 Aug 2005.
  2. [S868] Western Kentucky Hospital household, 1940 United States Census, Christian county, Kentucky.
  3. [S621] Find A Grave online www.findagrave.com,.

Abigail Eddy1

F, b. 6 October 1601, d. 20 May 1687
     Abigail Eddy was christened on 6 October 1601 in Cranbrook, Kent, England.1 She was the daughter of Rev. William Eddye and Mary Fosten.1 She married John Benjamin in 1619 in Cranbrook.2 She died on 20 May 1687 in Charlestown, Suffolk county, Massachusetts, at age 85.3

Citations

  1. [S693] Sanford-Shulsen Family, 28 November 2010.
  2. [S693] Sanford-Shulsen Family, 28 November 2010, ID: I5846.
  3. [S693] Sanford-Shulsen Family, 28 November 2010, # ID: I5847.

Anna Eddy1

F, b. May 1603
     Anna Eddy was born in May 1603 in Cranbrook, Kent, England.1 She was the daughter of Rev. William Eddye and Mary Fosten.2,3 She was christened on 15 May 1603 in Cranbrook.4 She married Barnabas Wines circa 1632.1

Child of Anna Eddy and Barnabas Wines

Citations

  1. [S253] J. Gardner Bartlett, Bushnell Ancestry, p. 51.
  2. [S693] Sanford-Shulsen Family, 28 November 2010, ID: I5859.
  3. [S693] Sanford-Shulsen Family, 28 November 2010.
  4. [S693] Sanford-Shulsen Family, 28 November 2010, ID: I5866.

Eleanor Eddy1

F, b. 5 August 1599, d. October 1610
     Eleanor Eddy also went by the name of Ellen. She was born on 5 August 1599 in Cranbrook, Kent, England.1 She was the daughter of Rev. William Eddye and Mary Fosten.1 She died in October 1610 in Cranbrook at age 11.2

Citations

  1. [S693] Sanford-Shulsen Family, 28 November 2010.
  2. [S693] Sanford-Shulsen Family, 28 November 2010, ID: I5865.

Elizabeth Eddy1

F, b. 7 December 1606
     Elizabeth Eddy was born on 7 December 1606 in Cranbrook, Kent, England.1 She was the daughter of Rev. William Eddye and Mary Fosten.1

Citations

  1. [S693] Sanford-Shulsen Family, 28 November 2010.

Mary Eddy1

F, b. September 1591
     Mary Eddy was christened in September 1591 in Cranbrook, Kent, England.1 She was the daughter of Rev. William Eddye and Mary Fosten.1

Citations

  1. [S693] Sanford-Shulsen Family, 28 November 2010.

Nathaniel Eddy1

M, b. July 1611
     Nathaniel Eddy was christened in July 1611 in Cranbrook, Kent, England.1 He was the son of Rev. William Eddye and Mary Fosten.1

Citations

  1. [S693] Sanford-Shulsen Family, 28 November 2010.

Phineas Eddy1

M, b. 23 September 1593, d. circa 1640
     Phineas Eddy was born on 23 September 1593 in Cranbrook, Kent, England.1 He was the son of Rev. William Eddye and Mary Fosten.1 He died circa 1640 in Portsmouth, England.2

Citations

  1. [S693] Sanford-Shulsen Family, 28 November 2010.
  2. [S693] Sanford-Shulsen Family, 28 November 2010, ID: I5863.

Samuel Eddy1

M, b. 15 September 1608, d. 12 November 1687
     Samuel Eddy was christened on 15 September 1608 in Cranbrook, Kent, England.1 He was the son of Rev. William Eddye and Mary Fosten.1 He came from Boxted, Suffolk, England in the ship "Handmaiden" to Plymouth, Massachusetts in Oct 1630. He had just finished an apprenticeship in the tailor trade before he left England. He purchased property on Spring Hill from Experience Mitchell; this place was then on South Street, and was later No. 34 and 36 Market Street in Plymouth. The deed was dated 9 May 1631.

On 7 November 1637 Samuel received three acres of land at New Field, which was set off to him by the town. New Field was the first section of cleared ground found by the people of Plymouth at a distance from the town. They used it as a planting ground, and these acres were considered as a garden plot belonging to each estate, and could not be sold apart from the homestead.

On 1 January 1632/1633 Samuel Eddy was admitted a freeman. On 2 January 1633 he was taxed 9 shillings, the lowest tax assessed to any man. His tax was the same in the list of 24 March 1633.

On 1 September 1640 it was ordered that every inhabitant fit to bear arms must be trained at least six times in the year. In 1643 Samuel was enrolled to bear arms and was a member of a troop enrolled for the defence of the Colony against the Indians.

On 29 November 1652 Samuel Eddy was witness to a deed for the purchase of lands from the Indians Wosamequen and Wamsutta, by Bradford, Standish, Winslow and others. This land became the town of New Bedford.

In June 1668 Samuel voted in a town meeting in Plymouth.

The Benjamin genealogy says Samuel was one of the founders of Middleboro in 1640. The Eddy genealogy, however, shows that the records prove Samuel and Elizabeth were residents of Plymouth until they were over 70, and were never residents of Middleboro. By this time there sons had long since left Plymouth and they were alone. Between June 1678 and December 1681 they were persuaded to remove to Swansea, when Caleb and Zachariah lived. They both died at Swansea. They are probably buried in the Eddy Cemetery in Swansea Village, perhaps in one of the graves marked by a stone with no inscription.2 He died on 12 November 1687 in Swansea, Bristol county, Massachusetts, at age 79.2

Citations

  1. [S693] Sanford-Shulsen Family, 28 November 2010.
  2. [S693] Sanford-Shulsen Family, 28 November 2010, ID: I5868.

Zacharias Eddy1

M, b. March 1610
     Zacharias Eddy was born in March 1610 in Cranbrook, Kent, England.1 He was the son of Rev. William Eddye and Mary Fosten.1

Citations

  1. [S693] Sanford-Shulsen Family, 28 November 2010.

Nathaniel Eddye1

M, b. 30 March 1589
     Nathaniel Eddye was christened on 30 March 1589 in Cranbrook, Kent, England.1 He was the son of Rev. William Eddye and Mary Fosten.1

Citations

  1. [S693] Sanford-Shulsen Family, 28 November 2010.

Rev. William Eddye1

M, b. 1562, d. 23 November 1616
     Rev. William Eddye was born in 1562 in Bristol, Gloucestershire, England.1 He was educated at Trinity College, Cambridge University. He received his B.A. in 1583, and his M. A. in 1586. He served as curate at Thurston, a small parish near Bury St. Edmunds in county Suffolk, from 1583 to 1586. His signature is found on the transcript of the Register sent to the Bishop's office during those years, and is identical to that of William Eddye, Vicar at Cranbrook.

William settled at Cranbrook in 1586, where Robert Roades, the President of St. John's College, Cambridge, was chosen by Archbishop Whitgift to succeed Richard Fletcher as Vicar. (Cranbrook is a small town 45 miles southeast of London.) There William met and married Mary Fosten. William was licensed as the curate at Staplehurst on 24 August 1587. He was "of Staplehurst" when he married and when his first son was born.

On 12 January 1591 he was inducted Vicar of St. Dunstan's Church at Cranbrook, Kent, England and held that office until his death in 1616. At that time, every new incumbent of feudal or ecclesiastical benefice was obliged to pay his superior the "first fruits" -- the income for the first year of the office. Previously in England this had been paid to the pope, but Henry VIII abolished this payment and the "first fruits" tax was transferred to the Crown. The income of William Eddye for the first year of his incumbency amounted to £19.10sh.6d. On 17 December 1591 he paid one-tenth of the stipend and arranged with Richard Jurden, yeoman, and Robert Hovenden, clotheir to act as security for his payment of the rest. He paid the remaining amount of £17.19sh.6-e/4d in four payments, two in 1592 and two in 1593.

Little says of him: "Rev. William Eddy, A.M., was Vicar of Saint Dunstan's Church in Cranbrook, Kent, England, from 1589 to 1616. He was a gentleman of much method and order in all his movements in the parish. He was a strict Episcopalian and did much for his church and parishioners. All the loose registers of the parish dating back from 1588 were collected, arranged, and properly entered by him in a new parchment book purchased by him expressly for that purposes. For his services he was paid by the parish the sum of £4. He beautifully engrossed about 80 of its folio pages, besides illuminating others. On one page is the entry: 'Paid that which was spent in charges riding to Canterbury for to carry in the first money gathered here for Virginia.'"

Early in 1616, judging by his handwriting on the Register, William was so ill that he was no longer able to perform his duties as Vicar. His will dated 20 August 1616, proved 4 December 1616; he named his son Phinehas as executor. He left his property and an annuity to Phinehas, and bequests of money to each of his other children. Phinehas was to see that the other children were brought up "in good and virtuous education". The Eddy genealogy says the seal on this will was not armorial, but the Benjamin genealogy shows: Coat of Arms: Sable, three old men's heads cropped at the shoulders argent. Crest: A cross-crosslet fitchee sable and a dagger argent, hilt or in saltire. Motto: "Crux Mini grata Quies", which means "The cross gives me comfort."

"I William Eddye Minister and Pastor of the parrish Church of Cranebrooke in the County of Kent being at this present afflicted wth great bodely infirmities and weaknes whereby I doe assuredlie conceive that the tyme of my dissolution out of this mortal life draweth neere and is at hande have therefore determined to make and ordeine this my present last will and testament...."
- to forty poore householders of this parishe that are apparentlie knowen to resort diligentlie to ye church upon the lordes day and doe live peaceablie and godlie the sum of forty shillinges ....
- to John Eddie my sonne the some of sixescore poundes of lawfull money of England to be payd unto him by my executor at age 21....
- to Samuell Eddie and Zacharias Eddie my sonnes ... £100 each at 22; if either died before that time, son John to receive £
20 of the legacy and the rest to be divided between the survivor and William's executor.
- to daughters Abigail Eddie, Anne Eddie and Elizabeth Eddie ... £
100 pounds each at age 20 or at their marriage.
- to Priscilla my daughter twentie markes at age 20 or the day of her marriage ... the will mentions that his wife Sara had promised to make up a portion for Priscilla, William's daughter by Sara, but William added a number of other specific bequests to Priscilla.
- Sara my now wife ...
- Richard Taylor, Robert Taylor, Thomas Taylor, Elizabeth and Sarah Taylor, the sonnes and daughters of Sara my now wife ten shillings a peece ...
- Phineas Eddie my sonne ... was made executor, receiving all properties and charged with paying the legacies, and educating and providing for Samuell Eddie, Zacharias Eddie, Abigail Eddie, Anne Eddie and Elizabeth Eddie.

Three memorial windows and a tablet were placed there in his honor through a bequest by Robert Henry Eddy of Boston, and they were dedicated by the Archbishop of Canterbury on the Festival of St. Michael and All Angels in 1902.1 He married Mary Fosten, daughter of John Fosten and Ellen Munn, on 20 November 1587 in St. Dunstan's, Cranbrook, Kent, England.2 He died on 23 November 1616 in Cranbrook, Kent, England.1

Children of Rev. William Eddye and Mary Fosten

Citations

  1. [S693] Sanford-Shulsen Family, 28 November 2010, ID: I5859.
  2. [S693] Sanford-Shulsen Family, 28 November 2010, # ID: I5860.
  3. [S693] Sanford-Shulsen Family, 28 November 2010.

Robert Edge1

M, b. 1817
     Robert Edge married Betty Milward, daughter of Aaron Milward and Dorothy Brundley.1 He was born in 1817 in Alstonefield, Staffordshire, England.1

Citations

  1. [S235] French family tree, online http://www.frenchfamily.info/famtree.htm

David Egbert

M, b. 1770
     David Egbert was born in 1770. He married Elizabeth Walker.

Child of David Egbert and Elizabeth Walker

Nancy Egbert

F, b. December 1791, d. 29 January 1882
     Nancy Egbert was born in December 1791. She was the daughter of David Egbert and Elizabeth Walker. She married James R. Cardwell, son of John Cardwell and Cellar Rice, on 29 December 1814 in Franklin county, Kentucky.1 She and James R. Cardwell appeared on the 1850 Federal Census of Hopkins county, Kentucky, enumerated 20 September 1850.2 She and James R. Cardwell appeared on the 1860 Federal Census of Madisonville, Hopkins county, Kentucky, enumerated 9 August 1860.3 She died on 29 January 1882 in Hopkins county, Kentucky, at age 90.4 She was buried in Grapevine Cemetery, Madisonville, Hopkins county, Kentucky.4

Child of Nancy Egbert and James R. Cardwell

Citations

  1. [S203] Early American Marriages: Atlantic South, online.
  2. [S801] James R. Cardwell household, 1850 US Census, Hopkins, Kentucky.
  3. [S802] James R. Cardwell household, 1860 US Census, Hopkins, Kentucky.
  4. [S621] Find A Grave online www.findagrave.com,.

Parthena Elliott

F, b. 17 November 1837, d. 2 November 1900
     Parthena Elliott was born on 17 November 1837.1 She married William David Thomas Carnahan, son of John Mason Carnahan and Elizabeth Ann Cardwell, on 14 March 1864 in Saline county, Illinois.2 She died on 2 November 1900 at age 62.1

Citations

  1. [S631] Carnahan Family Tree 2010, 14 October 2010.
  2. [S28] Bernard W Moore, Saline Co. marriage records.

Cordello DeVal Court Elmer1

M, b. 21 October 1831, d. 1883
     Cordello DeVal Court Elmer was a farmer in Southold, Suffolk county, New York.2 He was born on 21 October 1831 in Cedarville, Herkimer county, New York.3 He graduated from Union College, Schenectady, New York, in 1857.4 He graduated from Wesleyan University, Middletown, Connecticut, in 1860 with a A.M. degree, Phi Beta Kappa. He was commencement orator.4 He was a editor of the Suffolk Weekly Times from 1862 to 1868.5,3 He married Hannah Elizabeth Goldsmith, daughter of Jeremiah Goldsmith and Mehitable Jennings, on 19 April 1864 in Southold.1,5 He was Suffolk county school commissioner 1864-70 and 1879-82.4,3 He died in 1883.3

Citations

  1. [S476] My Genealogy Home Page online http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/n/e/l/…,.
  2. [S161] 1880 unknown record type, , page 561C.
  3. [S765] Wesleyan University, Wesleyan Alumni.
  4. [S691] Leo Weldon Wertheimer, Psi Upsilon Directory, page 437.
  5. [S543] DeWitt Van Buren, Southold Presbyterian Marriages, vol 2.

Annie Ernill1

F, b. circa 1863
     Annie Ernill was born circa 1863 in Pendleton, Lancashire, England.1 She married Charles Allen Vickers, son of Charles Vickers and Dorothy Milward, between July 1885 and September 1885 in Salford, Lancashire, England. They had two children, Ernest H. and Lily.1,2

Citations

  1. [S418] Richard Milward, "Descendants of William Milward."
  2. [S280] Free BMD, online http://www.freebmd.org.uk/cgi/search.pl

Theodore Esray1

M, b. 1835, d. 1 October 1864
     Theodore Esray was born in 1835.1 He married Catherine Hayes on 13 February 1864 in West York Street Methodist Episcopal Church, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.2 He died on 1 October 1864; Birth:      1835
Death:      Oct. 1, 1864

ESRAY-On the 1st instant of disease contracted in the Army of the Potomac, SERGEANT THEODORE ESRAY. Late of Co. E, Regt. Pa. Vols., aged 29 years. The relatives and friends, also the members of the regiment are invited to meet at the residence of his father, No. 10 North Seventeenth Street,today, October 4, at 3 O'clock P.M. without further notice. To proceed to Haddington.

Burial:
Haddington Methodist Episcopal Cemetery
Haddington
Philadelphia County
Pennsylvania, USA

Created by: lwiley
Record added: May 21, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 70183225.1 He was buried in Haddington Methodist Episcopal Cemetery, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; This cemetery was closed and removed to a mass grave in Arlington Cemetery in 1903.1

Citations

  1. [S621] Find A Grave online www.findagrave.com,.
  2. [S808] Historical Society of Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania Church and Town Records, 1708-1985, online at Ancestry.com, image 54 of 429.

Margaret Etchingham1

F, d. after 1482
     Margaret Etchingham was the daughter of Sir Thomas Etchingham and Margaret West.2 She married William Blount Lord Mountjoy, son of Sir Walter Blount 1st Baron Mountjoy and Helena Byron, circa 1460.1 Margaret, newly widowed with three young children, was courted, unsuccessfully, by William Stonor, a courtship widely reported by scholars because Stonor's letters and journal survive. Margaret went on to marry Sir John Elrington.2,3 She died after 1482.1

Child of Margaret Etchingham and William Blount Lord Mountjoy

Citations

  1. [S777] Tudor Place online http://www.tudorplace.com.ar/WINDSOR.htm,.
  2. [S782] Mavis Mate, Women After the Black Death, p. 160.
  3. [S784] Charles Lethbridge Kingsford and Christine Carpenter, Stonor Letters, p. 54.

Sir Thomas Etchingham1

M, b. circa 1425, d. between 20 January 1485 and 1486
     "He was one of Edward IV's loyal household servants, promoted from gentry rank, knighted, and appointed cofferer from 1371 to 1374 (sic), and then promoted to treasurer of the king's household from 1474 until his (Edward's-ed.) death in 1483."2 Sir Thomas Etchingham married Margaret West.1 He was born circa 1425 in Midley, Kent, England.3 He died between 20 January 1485 and 1486 in Etchingham, Sussex, England.3

Child of Sir Thomas Etchingham and Margaret West

Citations

  1. [S782] Mavis Mate, Women After the Black Death, p. 160.
  2. [S783] Anthony Emery, Greater Medieval Houses, p. 341.
  3. [S785] Douglas Richardson and Kimball G. Everingham, Magna Carta Ancestry, p. 292 names spelled as "Echingham."

James M Evans1

M, b. circa 1880
     James M Evans was born circa 1880 in Kansas.1 He married Celesta Loys Hancock before 1930.1 He and Celesta Loys Evans appeared on the 1930 Federal Census of Los Angeles, California, at 212 Fremont Street, enumerated 9 April 1930., with her daughter Frances R. Hill and two boarders.1

Citations

  1. [S962] James M. Evans household, 1930 U.S. Census, Los Angeles county, California.

Harriet Nash Exton1

F, b. 23 August 1807, d. 27 August 1867
     Harriet Nash Exton was born on 23 August 1807 in Ampthill, Bedfordshire, England.2,1,3 She was baptized on 5 October 1807 in Ampthill.3 She married Samuel Swaffield, son of Benjamin Swaffield and Hannah Burdett.1 She and Samuel Swaffield appeared on the 1851 English Census enumerated 30 March 1851. Their children Harriet, Samuel, Alice and Edward were listed as living with them.4 She and Samuel Swaffield appeared on the 1861 English Census of Ampthill enumerated 1861. Their children Harriet, Henry, Samuel, Edward and Alice were listed as living with them.1 She died on 27 August 1867 in Ampthill at age 60.2,5 Her estate was probated on 14 May 1868 in London, England. Effects were under £1000.5

Children of Harriet Nash Exton and Samuel Swaffield

Citations

  1. [S368] 1861 UK Census, Bedfordshire, Ampthill, District 1.
  2. [S280] Free BMD, online http://www.freebmd.org.uk/cgi/search.pl
  3. [S619] The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, England Births and Christenings, 1538-1975, online at Familysearch.org.
  4. [S982] Samuel Swaffield household, 1851 UK Census, Bedfordshire,.
  5. [S616] Her Majesty's Court Service, National Probate Calendar 1861-1941, online at Ancestry.com, 1868 S.

Anne Eyre

F, d. after 1566
     Anne Eyre died after 1566 in Thame, Oxfordshire, England.

Child of Anne Eyre and William Howell

James Fairclough1

M, b. 14 October 1859, d. 7 March 1903
     James Fairclough was born on 14 October 1859 in Northenden, Cheshire.1 He was the son of John Fairclough and Jane Milward.1 He appeared on the John Fairclough in Northern Moor, Northenden, Cheshire.2 He was a market gardener in Northenden, Cheshire, England.3 He died on 7 March 1903 in New York at age 43.1

Citations

  1. [S418] Richard Milward, "Descendants of William Milward."
  2. [S592] 1871 census, Cheshire, Norhtenden, District 8.
  3. [S593] 1881 census, Cheshire, Northenden, District 8.

John Fairclough1

M, b. circa 1815, d. 14 June 1877
     John Fairclough was born circa 1815 in Cheshire, England.1 He married Jane Milward, daughter of William Milward and Jane Blockley, on 19 July 1858 in St. Matthew's Church, Manchester, Lancashire, England.1 He was a agricultural laborer in 1861.2 He and Jane Fairclough appeared on the census of 1871 in Northern Moor, Northenden, Cheshire.3 He died on 14 June 1877 in Yew-tree Lane, Northenden, Cheshire.1,4 His estate of less than £200 was probated on 1 August 1877 in Chester, Cheshire, England.4

Child of John Fairclough and Jane Milward

Citations

  1. [S418] Richard Milward, "Descendants of William Milward."
  2. [S420] 1861 census, Cheshire, Northenden, District 8.
  3. [S592] 1871 census, Cheshire, Norhtenden, District 8.
  4. [S616] Her Majesty's Court Service, National Probate Calendar 1861-1941, online at Ancestry.com, 1877.

Clarissa Fanning

F, b. 16 January 1776, d. 30 July 1863
     Clarissa Fanning was born on 16 January 1776.1 She married Major John Mitchell Howell, son of John Howell and Elizabeth Brewster, in 1806.2 She and Major John Mitchell Howell had three children, Francis, Jehiel, and Clarissa, who died in infancy.3 She died on 30 July 1863 at age 87.4,1 She was buried in Westhampton, Suffolk county, New York.4,1

Children of Clarissa Fanning and Major John Mitchell Howell

Citations

  1. [S621] Find A Grave online www.findagrave.com,.
  2. [S61] Emma Howell Ross and David Faris, Descendants of Edward Howell, p 243.
  3. [S61] Emma Howell Ross and David Faris, Descendants of Edward Howell.
  4. [S61] Emma Howell Ross and David Faris, Descendants of Edward Howell, p 243.

Giovanna Ferraschi1

F, b. 23 December 1731
     Giovanna Ferraschi was born on 23 December 1731 in Gordola, Ticino, Switzerland.1 She married Dominico Joppini, son of Pietro Joppini and Dominica Tognasci, on 12 June 1749 in Frasco, Ticino, Switzerland.1

Child of Giovanna Ferraschi and Dominico Joppini

Citations

  1. [S439] GenData Sonogno, online http://www.sonogno.com/gendata/, #2451.