Obituary for Paul Michaud dated October 07, 2004: Paul Robert Michaud, 62, of Hudson, N.H., died October 02, 2004, at St. Joseph Hospital in Nashua, N.H. after a lengthy illness. Mr. Michaud was born January 03, 1942, in Nashua, son of the George A. and Florence B. (nee: Cardin) Michaud. He had resided in Nashua for most of his life. His brother and sister-in-law were Royal Michaud and Ida Jane (nee: Knight) , daughter of Howard Franklin Knight, Sr. and Marion Corabelle (nee: Cook) Knight-Johnson.
Email from Ret'd Chief Howard F. Knight, Jr. (email@example.com) to (firstname.lastname@example.org) Douglas Lloyd Buchholz a.k.a. Mark Douglas Leckie (Douglas Lloyd Buchholz which is my Birth given name>Mark Douglas Kingsley which was my 1st Adoptive name July 17, 1972>Mark Douglas Leckie which was my 2nd Adoptive name October 07, 1979 >Salmon Raven Deer which I legally changed my name to on September 25, of 1991 - all in Port Angeles, WA). "0639 hours EDT 29 April 2005. Kwai Kwai Mr. Leckie, I see by your letter wherein you discuss the families in the Danville-Morrisville/Morristown area. Also, you too have your problems with the "selectiveness" of Swanton and Odenak as to who is and is not Abenaki. You are not alone and I have said little to anyone outside my family though I could say much, especially since I have ties to the same areas and even further back, right back to the 1750's and 60's in Swnaton, Dunham, Lower Coos and elsewhere. I even have the original Abenaki family names at Dunham-Swanton, as well as the at The Oxbow at Lower Coos and some other lines.
I always wondered as to why when there was a ruckus in Danville (before the Town Hall burned in one of the many mysterious Town Hall fires of the time and the records of the town were lost) that certain families lined up with others against some others why the inicident was known around the area.
I now know why, from your remarks, the Woodward/Woodard family was aligned with my father's family, the Knight's, Gear-Giguere, Caswell, Tanner's, the Silsby's, Drown's and several other families on a list that I have that I got from the old Town of Danville Board of Selectmen, the Town Constable and some others. The details are sketchy but it was a real nasty situation at the time.
Also, your remarks no give me the clue as to why and how the Eugenics people went after my father and the family right after he and my mother married in 1937 (on June 01, 1937 in Derby, Orleans County, Vermont); because this Eugenics lady picked up on my family from the alignment of families in the ruckus in Danville.
If you are living in the Vermont or greater New England area, as I.....
Email from Ret'd Chief Howrad F. Knight, Jr. (email@example.com) to (firstname.lastname@example.org) Douglas Lloyd Buchholz a.k.a. Mark Douglas Leckie. Page 2 of 2 Page Email: : .....believe you may be from what say in your email, I believe you and I should possibly get together and talk.
Do forgive the large font usesd but I am going blind (service-connected) and I am legally blind now and have been for the past 5 years. I don't even drive for that reason. Until later, You take care and do treat yourself well and the Creator watch over you and protect you and yours.
Howard Franklin Knight, Jr.
GenForum.com Posting, dated April 11, 2005, by Lea Mitchell (Lea Wanda Maria nee: Martinez-Mitchell, daughter of Madalene Alicia nee: Jenkins-Knight-Martinez who had married to Howard Franklin Knight Sr. after June 1954). Lea Mitchell was looking for John Jenkins of New York on the Jenkins Family Genealogy Forum. I am a direct descendant of John Jenkins you seek information on. I tried emailing you a couple years ago but it didn't go through. John Jenkins born 1797 to 1817 in Ireland, married Mary or Maria J. Salmon Dwyer in Ireland, her second marriage. They came to Chateaugay after 1840 but by 1850 maybe via Canada. Kids all born in Ireland were John, Charles H., Ralph and Eliza. Daughter Mary born after in New York. Their son John married Rozilla (nee; Sargent) and had as their last child another John who married married Leta Leona (nee: Hill) and they had Leon Royce Jenkins who married to Marion (nee: Waterman) Cook and they had Madalene (nee: Jenkins) who is my mother and still alive. The Jenkins left NY, in the 1890;s for Thetford, Vermont area. I have a lot of information if you contact me. Lea Mitchell in CT. email@example.com
December 01, 2005 Ancestry.com Postings by Lea nee: Martinez - Mitchell (firstname.lastname@example.org) aka Wanda (Lea) Martinez Mitchell in CT.
August 02, 2006 Obituary for Minnie Florence (nee: Davidson) Knight: White River Junction-Minnie F. Knight, 59, died yesterday, August 01, 2006, at Brookside Nursing Home in White River Junction, Vermont. She was born in Harlingen, Texas on December 20, 1946, a daughter of A. B. Davidson and Bernice (Clark) Davidson. She grew up and attended school in San Benito, Texas, On December 24, 1963, she was married to Howard F. Knight, Jr. She traveled throughout the United States and Europe while he was in the service. They settled in Thetford in 1979, and moved to northern Vermont in 1988. They were divorced in 1997. Mrs. Knight moved back to the Upper Valley in September, and lived most recently in White River Junction. Through her many years away from Texas, she remained close to her family there, especially her mother and sisters. She was predeceased by her father and by her step-father, Eck Ameson. She is survived by her mother, Bernice Ameson of Rosharon, Texas; two daughters, Roberta Knight of Fairlee and Sheila Blandin of Vershire; to sons, Franklin Knight of North Carolina and Matthew Knight of Bennington, Vt.; three grandsons; two sisters, Joanne Hignight and Karen Cockrell, both of Rosharon; a brother, Billy Gene Davidson of Amigo, West Virginia; and several nieces and nephews.
There are no services at this time. Knight Funeral Home in White River Junction assisted with arrangements. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Norris Cotton Cancer Center, 1 Medical Center Drive, Lebanon, N.H. 03756.
More genealogical inquiry by Wanda Lea Maria (nee: Martinez) Mitchell, dated January 30, 2007 on Genforum.com.
Obituary of Marrion Corabelle (nee: Cook) Knight - Johnson of West Fairlee, Vermont dated February 19, 2008 published in the Nashua Telegraph newspaper: Marion Corabelle Johnson, 88, died February 18, 2008 at Hanover Terrace Health Care in Hanover, New Hampshire. She was born May 11, 1919 in Norwich, Vermont, the daughter of Homer and Marion (nee: Waterman) Cook. She graduated from Hanover High School Class of 1936. She worked for a time at the Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital in Hanover. She was married to Howard Knight. They lived in Connecticut during World War II, they then returned to East Thetford and bought a farm. They were later divorced. She then married Thurman L. Johnson and continued to farm in East Thetford until 1968 when they moved to West Fairlee and farmed poultry and other livestock until retiring. Mrs. Johnson was a former member of the Unversity Grange in Norwich. She also was a volunteer at the Bugbee senior Center in White River Junction, Vermont. She enjoyed hand weaving and crafts. She was a published short story author and enjoyed nature and craft magazines. She was an animal lover, especially horses. She is predeceased by her husband, Thurman Johnson, a daughter, Cora Mae Webre; and a grandson. She is survived by two sons, Luther D. Johnson and wife Penny of Wilder, and Howard F. Knight Jr. of Newport Center, VT; a daughter, Ida Jane Michaud and husband Royal of Hudson, N.H.; and several grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews. A graveside service will be held at the Post Mills Cemetery in Post Mills, VT at a later date. Memorial contributions may be made to: the Bugbee Senior Center P.O. Box 158 White River Junction, Vermont 05001. Knight Funeral Home in White River Junction, VT has been entrusted with the arrangements.
Genealogical Chart regarding Madalene Alicia (nee: Jenkins) Marrero dit Matinez, and Wanda Lea Marie (nee: Martinez) Mitchell.