Harris M. Perkins

M, b. 17 January 1915, d. 12 November 1992
     Harris M. Perkins was born on 17 January 1915 at Morgan Co., OH. He married Eleanor Dean Clapper, daughter of Thomas Harrison Clapper and Dessie Deane Dutro. Harris M. Perkins died on 12 November 1992 at Zanesville, Muskingum Co., OH, at age 77.

Child of Harris M. Perkins and Eleanor Dean Clapper

James Perkins1

M, b. August 1842, d. 1913
     James Perkins was born in August 1842 at England.1 He married Hannah Vickers. James Perkins died in 1913. He was buried in 1913 at Hillcrest Cemetery, Deer Lodge, Powell Co., MT, Findagrave #68587654.

Child of James Perkins and Hannah Vickers

Citations

  1. [S4915] 1900 Federal Census, Deer Lodge County, Montana. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 911; FHL #1240911.

James G. Perkins

M, b. circa 1855
     James G. Perkins was born circa 1855 at Washington Twp., Belmont Co., OH. He was the son of Pumphrey Perkins and Permelia Groves.

John Perkins

M, b. 1799, d. 21 March 1875
     John Perkins was born in 1799 at Delaware.1 He married Sydney Ann Ogden. Occupation: Saddler in 1850 at Wilmington, New Castle Co., DE.1 John Perkins died on 21 March 1875 at Wilmington, New Castle Co., DE. He was buried in March 1875 at Wilmington and Brandywine Cemetery, Wilmington, New Castle Co., DE, Findagrave #74440357.

Child of John Perkins and Sydney Ann Ogden

Citations

  1. [S4945] 1850 Federal Census, New Castle County, Delaware. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M432, Roll 53.

John Perkins Jr.

M, b. 21 December 1834, d. 5 November 1891
     John Perkins Jr. was born on 21 December 1834 at Wilmington, New Castle Co., DE. He was the son of John Perkins and Sydney Ann Ogden.1 John Perkins Jr. married Georgianna Virginia Roberts, daughter of William Roberts and Sophia E. Rigney, on 16 September 1856 at Baltimore, MD.
Note:

Newspaper article -- The Cecil Whig, Elkton, Cecil County, Maryland, Saturday, May 10, 1884:

Town Election.

The annual town election took place on Monday last, when a bailiff and a new board of town commissioners were elected. There was no contest over the commissioners ticket. Ten names were selected at the town meeting last week, and from this list five commissioners were chosen. The following is the vote:

William J. Jones, 212, W. E. K. Frazer, 169, C. C. Strickland, 167; Dunbar Morgan, 166; George R. Howard, 165; George McQuilkin, 156; John Perkins, 97; Charles H. Smith, 96; Henry Wood, 88 and Henry C. Wells, 26. The first five named it will be seen were elected.

William J. Jones, Esq., receiving the highest vote, will have the honor of acting as mayor of the town for the current year. Mr. H. C. Wells declined to serve and was therefore voted for by but a few.

The interest of the election centered in the vote for town bailiff. For this office there were three candidates, viz: George t. King, Richard Thomas and Cadmus Price. The vote counted out as follows: King, 140; Thomas, 128 and Price 23, electing Mr. George T. King by twelve votes. The total vote polled was 291, exactly the same number cast at the last town election. There was considerable drunkenness and two or three fights during the afternoon.


Newspaper article -- The Cecil Whig, Elkton, Cecil County, Maryland, Saturday, September 25, 1886:

Judges of Election.

At a meeting of the County Commissioners on Tuesday the following were appointed judges of election.

First district - W. S. Potter, Benjamin M. Crawford, Thos. P. Jones, Sr.

Second - Benj. P. Hanson, John W. Harriot, Samuel P. Wood.

Third - David C. Work, W. E. K. Frazer, John Perkins.

Fourth - James A. Mackie, Martin Gallaher, John McCleary.

Fifth - Wm. Benjamin, Jas. McKeown, J. W. Falls.

Sixth - Jos. B. Fryer, A. B. Kay, Thomas Way.

Seventh - W. T. Patton, John W. Beaven, Jesse A. Coulson.

Eighth - Jno. E. Gillespie, W. R. Gillespie, David C. Brown.

Ninth - Geo. W. Janney, Ross Conly, Jas. C. Crothers.

John Perkins Jr. died on 5 November 1891 at Elkton, Cecil Co., MD, at age 56

Obituary -- The Cecil Whig, Elkton, Cecil County, Maryland, Saturday, November 7, 1891:

Death of Mr. Perkins. (NOTE: This article is abridged due to its length.)

We are pained to announce the death of Mr. John Perkins, a prominent and esteemed citizen of this town, which occurred at this home on West High street, about ten o'clock on Thursday morning, from Brights disease of the kidneys.

John Perkins was a son of John Perkins, a well known citizen of Wilmington, Del., and who for many years conducted the saddlery and harness making business in that city. John Perkins, Jr., was born on December 21st, 1834, and after acquiring the trade of harness making this his father, in September 1856, married Miss Georgianna Virginia Roberts, a daughter of the late Wm. Roberts, whose death recently occurred in Philadelphia, and whose history as a pioneer railroad man is generally so well known to our readers, and whose service with the P., W. & B. railroad extended over so many years.

Mr. Perkins leaves, besides his widow a large family of children, his son J. Will Perkins having recently succeeded him in business here, and Mr. George Perkins, of Baltimore, Charles who is in the railway postal service, Mrs. Eva Harvey, wife of Daniel Harvey, Jr., Edward, Clarence, Mollie and Alice.

His funeral services will be held on Monday at the M. E. Church at 2 o'clock p. m.


Newspaper article -- The Cecil Whig, Elkton, Cecil County, Maryland, Saturday, November 14, 1891:

Funeral of Mr. Perkins.

The large concourse of friends and acquaintances which assembled at the Methodist Episcopal Church, on Monday, to pay their last tribute of respect to the memory of John Perkins, attested the esteem in which he was held in this community. The hour of the funeral services had been fixed at 2 o'clock, but before that hour every available seat in the church was occupied. At half past two o'clock, the remains were borne into the edifice by Samuel J. Keyes, Dr. Thomas A. Worrell, John W. Anthony, Jacob Rambo, George McQuilkin, William A.
Wright, Henry M. Warner and Henry Evans, followed by the immediate family of the deceased, and a large representation of Union Lodge No. 48 A. F. and A. M., of which Mr. Perkins had been an active and influential member. The services were opened with a hymn announced by the Rev. Charles Hill, pastor of the church, after which the Scripture lesson was read by the Rev. I. G. Fosnocht, pastor of the Chesapeake City M. E. Church. Rev. Charles Hill delivered the forcible address upon the life and character of the deceased, after which the Rev. J. P. Otis, now of Bridgeville, Del., but recently a pastor of the Elkton church, paid an eloquent and touching tribute to the memory of his late brother and friend. Both addresses were marked by feeling and power, and during their delivery, many tearful eyes in the audience indicated the impressiveness of the service. After the service an opportunity was given the audience to view the familiar features of the deceased, after which the funeral cortege passed from the church to the Elkton Cemetery where the remains were deposited in their final earthly resting place. A number of handsome floral emblems were displayed as tributes of the Masonic order and others, and a number of business places on Main street were closed as the funeral cortege passed to the church, the attendance there being among the largest ever witnessed on a similar occasion.

He was buried in November 1891 at Methodist Episcopal Church Cemetery, Elkton, Cecil Co., MD, Findagrave #71585373.

Children of John Perkins Jr. and Georgianna Virginia Roberts

Citations

  1. [S4945] 1850 Federal Census, New Castle County, Delaware. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M432, Roll 53.

John William Perkins1

M, b. 12 May 1900, d. 29 November 1971
     John William Perkins was born on 12 May 1900 at Elkton, Cecil Co., MD.1 He was the son of Clarence Perkins and Daisy May Tuft.1 John William Perkins died on 29 November 1971 at Elkton, Cecil Co., MD, at age 71. He was buried in December 1971 at West Nottingham Cemetery, Colora, Cecil Co., MD, Findagrave #104210052.

Citations

  1. [S4947] 1910 Federal Census, Cecil County, Maryland. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T624, Roll 563; FHL #1374576.

Joseph Warren Perkins

M, b. 7 May 1812, d. 22 October 1847
     Joseph Warren Perkins was born on 7 May 1812 at Williamson Co., TN. He married Mary Ridgely Talbot on 18 October 1835 at Nashville, Davidson Co., TN. Joseph Warren Perkins died on 22 October 1847 at Mexico City, Mexico, at age 35.

Child of Joseph Warren Perkins and Mary Ridgely Talbot

Laura Perkins

F
     Laura Perkins married Calvin White.

Child of Laura Perkins and Calvin White

Leanne Christine Perkins

F, b. 4 October 1966, d. 7 October 1998
     Leanne Christine Perkins was born on 4 October 1966 at Abington, PA. She was the daughter of Stuart Perkins. Leanne Christine Perkins died on 7 October 1998 at age 32. She was buried in October 1998 at Cedar Run Cemetery, Cedar Run, Lycoming Co., PA, Findagrave #42606218.

Lee Perkins

M
     Lee Perkins married Sylvia Senior, daughter of William Senior and Lydia M. Longbottom, on 12 September 1917.

Child of Lee Perkins and Sylvia Senior

Lorraine D. Perkins

M
     Lorraine D. Perkins married Nellie Crozier.

Child of Lorraine D. Perkins and Nellie Crozier

Lydia Perkins

F, b. 18 March 1794, d. 2 March 1848
     Lydia Perkins was born on 18 March 1794. She married Joseph Mark Whinery on 10 August 1815. Lydia Perkins died on 2 March 1848 at age 53.

Child of Lydia Perkins and Joseph Mark Whinery

Margaret Anne Perkins

F, b. 1826, d. 1872
     Margaret Anne Perkins was born in 1826. She married Robert Henry Bradley in 1844. Margaret Anne Perkins died in 1872.

Child of Margaret Anne Perkins and Robert Henry Bradley

Margaret Eleanor Perkins

F, b. 21 September 1916, d. 5 August 2007
     Margaret Eleanor Perkins was born on 21 September 1916 at Deer Lodge Co., MT. She was the daughter of William Everett Perkins and Nellie Rose Larimore. Margaret Eleanor Perkins married Joseph Ray Hodge on 6 March 1934 at Powell Co., MT. Margaret Eleanor Perkins died on 5 August 2007 at Powell Co., MT, at age 90

Obituary -- (Findagrave.com):

Margaret E. (Perkins) Hodge, 90, died Aug. 5, 2007, in Powell County Memorial Hospital in Deer Lodge.

She was born to William E. and Nellie Perkins, Sept. 21, 1916. She was raised on the Perkins Ranch on Dempsey Creek that was homesteaded by grand-parents, and attended Deer Lodge schools. Margaret was a superb baker and area-wide famous for her pies, cinnamon and dinner rolls, always enjoyed by all when shared at potlucks and holiday dinners. Her creative hands were always busy hand knitting afghans, slippers and dish cloths that are treasured by many. Her award-winning hand embroidered pictures, table cloths, dishtowels, given so generously, are beyond compare. Margaret was an active member of Degree of Honor for many years and also belonged to several card clubs.

Margaret's family was her life.

She was preceded in death by her husband of 54 years, Joseph R. Hodge.

Survivors include her children, Eva (Jerry) Brown, Peggy (Jim) Penman, Deer Lodge, Joyce (Dan) McQueary, Marlene (Don) Peters, Janice (Eugene) Scott, Spokane Wash., Joseph Jr. (Shelly) Hodge, Vancouver, Wash; 16 grandchildren; and 18 great-grandchildren.

Private graveside services have been held. The family invites all friends to attend a gathering at 3 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 18, at the Deer Lodge Women's Club.

Memorials: Powell County Senior Citizens or donor's choice.

Jewell Funeral Home, Deer Lodge is in charge of arrangements.

She was buried in August 2007 at Hillcrest Cemetery, Deer Lodge, Powell Co., MT, Findagrave #67258490.

Marie Rose Perkins

F, b. 29 May 1945, d. 1 June 1945
     Marie Rose Perkins was born on 29 May 1945 at Hamilton, Ravalli Co., MT. She was the daughter of Albert Melville Perkins and Mary Veronica Anderwald. Marie Rose Perkins died on 1 June 1945 at Hamilton, Ravalli Co., MT. Cause of death: Icterus neonatorum (jaundice.)

Mary Perkins

F, b. 27 September 1878, d. 3 October 1960
     Mary Perkins was born on 27 September 1878 at Elkton, Cecil Co., MD. She was the daughter of John Perkins Jr. and Georgianna Virginia Roberts. Mary Perkins married Robert D. Brown on 25 April 1901 at Elkton, Cecil Co., MD. Mary Perkins died on 3 October 1960 at Elkton, Cecil Co., MD, at age 82.

Child of Mary Perkins and Robert D. Brown

Mary E. Perkins

F, b. circa 1847
     Mary E. Perkins was born circa 1847 at Macon Co. (probably), MO.1 She was the daughter of Elsey Perkins and Nancy (?)1 Mary E. Perkins married William T. Windle, son of Temple Windle and Phebe Zirkle, on 30 October 1864 at Macon Co., MO.

Children of Mary E. Perkins and William T. Windle

Citations

  1. [S309] 1850 Federal Census, Macon County, Missouri. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M432, Roll 405.
  2. [S481] 1880 Federal Census, Benton County, Missouri. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T9, Roll 0674, FHL #1254674.

Mary Tate Perkins1

F, b. January 1842, d. 27 January 1933
     Mary Tate Perkins was born in January 1842 at Williamson Co., TN.2,1,3 She was the daughter of Joseph Warren Perkins and Mary Ridgely Talbot.2 Mary Tate Perkins married Judge James Fentress, son of David Fentress and Matilda Caroline Wendel, in August 1859, Ten children born, six living as of the 1900 census.1,3 Mary Tate Perkins died on 27 January 1933 at Memphis, Shelby Co., TN. She was buried in 1933 at Polk Cemetery, Bolivar, Hardeman Co., TN.

Children of Mary Tate Perkins and Judge James Fentress

Citations

  1. [S473] 1860 Federal Census, Hardeman County, Tennessee. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M653, Roll 1253; FHL #805253.
  2. [S3297] 1850 Federal Census, Madison County, Tennessee. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M432, Roll 889.
  3. [S275] 1900 Federal Census, Cook County, Illinois. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Rolls 244 - 295; FHL #1240244 - 95.
  4. [S3296] 1870 Federal Census, Hardeman County, Tennessee. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M593, Roll 1533; FHL#553032.
  5. [S973] 1880 Federal Census, Hardeman County, Tennessee. Microfilm Image, Series T9, Roll 1260; FHL #1255260.

Nikole Lee Perkins

F, b. 10 June 1970, d. 8 May 1972
     Nikole Lee Perkins was born on 10 June 1970 at Montana. She died on 8 May 1972 at Boulder, Jefferson Co., MT, at age 1.

Pumphrey Perkins

M, b. circa 1828, d. 20 June 1907
     Pumphrey Perkins was born circa 1828 at Belmont Co., OH. He was the son of Everhardt Perkins and Hannah Nicholson. Pumphrey Perkins married Permelia Groves, daughter of James Groves and Nancy Danford, on 4 January 1849 at Belmont Co., OH. Pumphrey Perkins died on 20 June 1907.

Children of Pumphrey Perkins and Permelia Groves

Stuart Perkins1

M, b. 7 July 1937, d. 17 April 2017
     Stuart Perkins was born on 7 July 1937 at Elkton, Cecil Co., MD.1 He was the son of Harold Tuft Perkins and Florence Elizabeth Miller.1 Stuart Perkins died on 17 April 2017 at Bolivia, Brunswick Co., NC, at age 79

Obituary -- (Findagrave.com):

Stuart Lee Perkins born July 7, 1937 in Elkton, Maryland passed away Monday, April 17, 2017 at SECU Hospice of Brunswick in Bolivia.

A scholar, orator, crusader, philosopher, warrior, and patriot Stuart Perkins answered the rallying call of God, Family, and Country.

Stuart was a member of the First Baptist Church of Oak Island, Oak Island, NC, the Gideons International, and Officers Christian Fellowship. Many years on the mission field took him around the world with North Carolina Baptist Men, GAIN, and Hope International.

Stuart is survived by his wife of 29 years, Edna Odom Perkins, daughter Lisa (Mrs. B. Scott Shenk), grandchildren Aria Hess, Joshua Hess, and Brian Shenk of Mt. Joy, Pennsylvania, sister Kay P. Cloud of Willow Street, Pennsylvania, and brother Duane M. Perkins of Mt. Gretna, Pennsylvania. Stuart is predeceased by his daughter Leanne (Mrs. Wayde Hess).

As an officer with a 30 year military career in the US Army, pre-retirement assignments included the National Intelligence Council, Headquarters Central Intelligence Agency, Washington, DC, Institute for National Strategic Studies, Washington, DC, Office of Director Joint Staff Joint Staff Organization of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Washington, DC, and Group Commander 7th Special Forces (Air Borne) Ft. Bragg, NC.

Stuart was awarded the Defense Superior Service Medal, Bronze Star, Defense Meritorious Service Medal, Meritorious Service Medal, and many other decorations and awards. His combat record includes two years in Southeast Asia.

Stuart achieved a military education from The National War College, USA Command and General Staff College, and Infantry Officers Advanced Course. His civilian education includes Florida State University, University of Southern California, and Catholic University of America.

Post retirement, Stuart spent many memorable and fulfilling years farming in central Pennsylvania. He was an avid reader, student of foreign languages, and volunteer with several church projects and community organizations. He was a member of the Mifflintown Rotary International and the Hancock Lodge.

Funeral services will be 2:00pm Saturday, April 22, 2017 at First Baptist Church of Oak Island with interment in Arlington National Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 1:00pm to 2:00pm at the church.

He was buried in 2017 at Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, Arlington Co., VA, Findagrave #178525087.

Child of Stuart Perkins

Citations

  1. [S4949] 1940 Federal Census, Cecil County, Maryland. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T627, Roll 1545.

Tifanie Mashae Perkins

F, b. 22 September 1992, d. 9 April 2009
     Tifanie Mashae Perkins was born on 22 September 1992 at Dallas Co., TX. She died on 9 April 2009 at Jack County, TX, at age 16. Cause of death: Pickup truck wreck -- she was the passenger.

William Everett Perkins

M, b. 26 November 1882, d. 11 July 1970
     William Everett Perkins was born on 26 November 1882 at Montana.1 He was the son of James Perkins and Hannah Vickers.1 William Everett Perkins married Nellie Rose Larimore, daughter of Charles Melville Larimore and Margaret McKuen, on 15 June 1909 at Anaconda, Deer Lodge Co., MT. William Everett Perkins died on 11 July 1970 at age 87.

Children of William Everett Perkins and Nellie Rose Larimore

Citations

  1. [S4915] 1900 Federal Census, Deer Lodge County, Montana. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 911; FHL #1240911.

William Everett Perkins

M, b. 7 February 1911, d. 7 October 1983
     William Everett Perkins was born on 7 February 1911 at Deer Lodge Co., MT. He was the son of William Everett Perkins and Nellie Rose Larimore. William Everett Perkins married Ruby Irene Harris on 2 December 1933 at Powell Co., MT. William Everett Perkins died on 7 October 1983 at Gallatin Co., MT, at age 72.

Rev. William H. Perkins

M, b. 2 August 1800, d. 31 January 1871
     Rev. William H. Perkins was born on 2 August 1800 at Goochland Co., VA. He married Martha Fontaine, daughter of Col. Patrick Henry Fontaine and Nancy Dabney Miller, on 31 March 1824 at Henry Co., VA. Rev. William H. Perkins died on 31 January 1871 at Linneus, Linn Co., MO, at age 70.

Wilson William Perkins

M, b. circa 1850
     Wilson William Perkins was born circa 1850 at Washington Twp., Belmont Co., OH. He was the son of Pumphrey Perkins and Permelia Groves.

Perkins

M, b. 25 June 1947, d. 25 June 1947
     Perkins died on 25 June 1947 at Daly Memorial Hospital, Hamilton, Ravalli Co., MT. He was born on 25 June 1947 at Daly Memorial Hospital, Hamilton, Ravalli Co., MT. Cause of death: Stillborn, erythroblastosis fetalis. He was the son of Albert Melville Perkins and Mary Veronica Anderwald.

Carrie Perky

F
     Carrie Perky married Samuel Argo.

Child of Carrie Perky and Samuel Argo

Alice Rose Permann

F, b. 13 June 1931, d. 15 January 2011
     Alice Rose Permann was born on 13 June 1931 at McLean Co., ND. She married Walter Hauff. Alice Rose Permann and Walter Hauff were divorced on 13 June 1978 at Thurston Co., WA. Alice Rose Permann died on 15 January 2011 at Olympia, Thurston Co., WA, at age 79.

Braxton Perrill

M, b. circa 1835
     Braxton Perrill was born circa 1835. He married Angeline Hawkins, daughter of John Hawkins and Charlotte Temple Larimore, on 3 October 1867 at S. W. Bliss, J.P., Pekin, Tazewell Co., IL.