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2 Sec Rule Doesn’t Apply To Local Restaurant

2 Second Rule Doesn’t Apply to Local Restaurant

I recently worked at Tootsie’s Diner in Nortonville Kentucky. I received verbal abuse from the owner Janice Dunlap. I am writing this to all business owners of restaurant chains and similar business.

We are only humans everyone makes mistakes. Do not verbally abuse the workers you have. Especially the workers that actually come to work and do their job!

While working for Janice Dunlap at Tootsie’s Diner. I was verbally abused just about every day I worked. A constant reminder of how and what I was doing wrong.  The day I quit. Because of why I quit I made a post to my own page on Facebook. And yes the owner replied, but never responded to the allegations. That the food fell on the floor by her and she served it any way. But instead responded with something I had gotten in trouble for earlier that day.

These are some of the things I was corrected on. But not in a nice tone and she didn’t just tell you once. She would tell you twice and then give an example. She never said Please and Thank You. Never asked, and always told.

  • Don’t let the food touch or hang off the plate.
  • Folding the hand towels wrong
  • Not putting the cheese on the bun when making a Philly Cheese. I put it on the meat.
  • Don’t add milk to anything add water.
  • Do not cut pizza I do that.
  • Not using the fry scoop on to go fries. ( it is a large scoop and a small bag )
  • Bagging wrong and boxing wrong
  • Not spreading the pickles out on the sandwich.
  • DO NOT plug your phone in at work. Big Fat NO NO (She went off)
  • Used to many paper towels.
  • No knowing which order to make a Mexican Salad.
  • Not knowing how to read a ticket right. But if she didn’t put more than two orders to a ticket wouldn’t be hard to read. Quote from her, if you don’t know how to read a ticket you need to take a lesson. Well lesson number one no more than 2 orders per ticket.

How could any person talk to someone the way they do and still do this?

 Dropping food on the floor and re-use it?


Knowing that the Pizza Sause has mold in it and use it anyways?



‘5-Second Rule’ Rules, Sometimes

Experts explore whether it’s safe to eat food that’s made quick contact with the floor.


By Leanna Skarnulis

WebMD Feature Reviewed by Louise Chang, MD

In households, restaurant kitchens, and almost anywhere people prepare or consume food, you’ll occasionally hear someone call out “five-second rule.” Whether it’s uttered as a way for the speaker to let others know he’s civilized, as an excuse to salvage expensive food, or as an incantation to ward off sickness, the meaning is the same: If food hits the floor and you snatch it up in less than five seconds, it’s safe to eat.”

Is the food really safe? Or should we throw it away or wash it off? WebMD talked to experts to find out what you should consider before swallowing this rule whole.

‘5-Second’ Research

Yes, someone really has conducted a scientific study of the five-second rule. It was the project of high school senior Jillian Clarke during a six-week internship in the food science and nutrition department at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Meredith Agle, then a doctoral candidate, supervised the study.

“Jillian swabbed the floors around the University in the lab, hall, dormitory, and cafeteria to see how many organisms we could isolate,” Agle tells WebMD. “We examined the swabs, and there were very few microorganisms. That surprised me. I told her to do it again.”

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The results were the same. Agle has since earned her doctoral degree and is a scientist in new product development for Rich Foods in Buffalo, N.Y. “I think the floors were so clean, from a microbiological point of view, because floors are dry, and most pathogens like salmonella, listeria, or E. coli can’t survive without moisture.”

To control the study, cookies and gummi bears were placed on both rough and smooth sterile tiles covered with measured amounts of E. coli. “We did see a transfer of germs before five seconds,” Agle tells WebMD. “We were dealing with a large number of cells.”

All bets are off when it comes to carpet, damp floors, gum, or ice cream, as these were not included in the study.

Clarke also conducted a survey in which 70% of women and 56% of men said they were familiar with the rule. Women were more likely to invoke it. Not surprisingly, people are inclined to eat dropped cookies and candy more often than dropped broccoli and cauliflower.

For her work, Clarke was awarded an Ig Nobel prize in 2004 at Harvard University. Ig Nobel prizes recognize “research that first makes you laugh, then makes you think.” Also honored at the ceremony was the inventor of karaoke music.

‘5-Second’ Naysayers

Two experts tell WebMD you should never eat food that’s fallen on the floor.

“At least, wash it first,” says Ruth Frechman, MA, RD, spokeswoman for the American Dietetic Association. “Bacteria are all over the place, and 10 types, including E. coli, cause foodborne illnesses, such as fever, diarrhea, and flu-like symptoms.”

She tells WebMD that foodborne illnesses can have varying onset, ranging from 24 hours to a week. So, if the food you picked up and ate last Wednesday was responsible for sidelining you over the weekend, you probably wouldn’t even associate the two events.

“Err on the side of safety,” says Frechman, who has a consulting business in Burbank, Calif., called On the Weigh.

Robert Romaine first heard the five-second rule when he became a San Diego County health inspector, a job he held for more than 25 years. “I don’t think anyone in the restaurant business really believes the five-second rule, but restaurant operators are concerned about the bottom line. So they might be reluctant to throw away food, even though they know the risk.”

Romaine says violators are unlikely to get caught. “When a health inspector is in a restaurant, everyone is on their best behavior.”

“If the food is dry, and there’s no stickiness to it, it’s less likely that bacteria will stick to it but in most cases we’re talking about a $20 steak or a piece of fish that’s not dry,” Romaine tells WebMD. “If it’s dry food, then we’re just talking about filth, like hair or whatever is on the soles of shoes.”

He is now a food safety consultant and culinary instructor at The Art Institute of California in San Diego. “We teach students that any surface, especially floors, should not be considered clean, and any food that comes in contact with it is trash.”


That includes counters that have been washed and sanitized. If the precaution sounds extreme, consider the potential for damp floors and what might be on the shoes of a worker who walked her dog or used the restroom before coming to work. Then someone lifts a carton of produce from the floor and sets it on the counter. Maybe you don’t want to eat food that has fallen on that counter.

A Smorgasbord of Opinions

Until further studies are done, there’s no consensus on how safe it is to eat dropped food. Foodborne illnesses are not serious for most of the 76 million Americans who contract them every year. But, according to the web site of the CDC’s National Center for Infectious Diseases, it’s estimated that of those cases, 300,000 people are hospitalized, and 5,000 die. Most deaths occur among susceptible populations that include small children, the elderly, and people with weakened immune systems.

“I still pick up food off the floor,” says Agle, “but I’m not in the susceptible population. I think the take-home message is that floors are generally clean but if there are microorganisms present, they will transfer in less than five seconds.”


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Descendants of Mary Chilton & John Wynslow

Great Grandmother Mary Chilton depicted in Mayflower departure/landing by Bacon accredited with being the first white women to step foot in the New World!


Mary Chilton

BAPTISM: 31 May 1607 at St. Peter’s, Sandwich, co. Kent, England, daughter of James Chilton.
MARRIAGE: John Winslow (brother of Mayflower passengers Edward and Gilbert Winslow), about 1626 at Plymouth.
CHILDREN: John, Susanna, Mary, Edward, Sarah, Samuel, Joseph, Isaac, an unnamed child who died young, and Benjamin.
DEATH: Before 1 May 1679 at Boston.

Mary Chilton was born in 1607 in Sandwich, Kent, England, and was the daughter of James Chilton and his wife (whose name has not been discovered). When Mary was just two years old, excommunication proceedings began against her mother, who had attended the secret burial of a child of Andrew Sharpe. The child was buried in secret because they opposed the “popish” burial ceremonies required by the Church of England.

Mary and family then came to Leiden, Holland, and joined with the Pilgrims’ church there. In 1619, when she was twelve, her father and oldest sister were caught in an anti-Arminian riot and her father was hit in the head with a stone–an injury for which he would have to seek out a surgeon.

In 1620, at the age of 13, Mary came with her parents on the Mayflower. Her father was one of the first who died after the ship had anchored off Provincetown Harbor. He died on December 8. Mary is traditionally given the honor of being the first female to step ashore at Plymouth Rock, but there is no historical documentation for this tradition. She was one of eleven minor girls on the Mayflower. Of these, she was one of the nine to survive the first year at Plymouth Rock and would have been present at the time of the famous First Thanksgiving in 1621. In contrast, only four of the 14 adult women survived the first year.

Her mother died sometime later the first winter, orphaning her in the New World. Which family it was that raised her has not been determined, but in 1623, at the age of 16, Mary received her share in the Division of Land, and her property was located between that of Myles Standish and John Alden, and was not too far from the Winslows. Edward Winslow’s brother John had come to Plymouth on the ship Fortune in 1621. Sometime between 1623 and 1627, John Winslow married Mary Chilton. In the 1627 Division of Cattle they received a share in the “lesser” black cow that had come in the ship Anne in 1623, along with two female goats. As they had not yet had any children by the Division of Cattle, it is likely their marriage occurred in 1626.

Their first child John was born about 1627, and nine more children would follow. The family resided in Plymouth for many years, but eventually ended up in Boston, where her husband John died in 1674. She made out a will on July 31, 1676 (one of two female passengers from the Mayflower who did so, Elizabeth Tilley being the other) and died before May 1, 1679 in Boston.
Notable Descendants

Notable descendants of Mary Chilton include First Lady Lucretia Rudolph Garfield,[5] Howard Dean,[6] Christopher Van Hollen, Jr., US Congressman from Maryland, Jessica Deahl.

Biographical Summary of James Chilton at www.mayflowerhistory.com
Pilgrim Hall Museum, Chilton information, accessed Oct. 2009
Samuel Adams Drake, A book of New England legends and folk lore in prose and poetry. Illustrated by F. T. Merrill (Roberts Brothers, 1884) pg. 379 [1]
Eugene Aubrey Stratton, Plymouth Colony, its history & people, 1620-1691, (Ancestry Publishing, 1986) pg. 262 [2]
Reitwiesner, William. “Ancestry of Howard Dean”.

Mayflower passengers and related topics

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Pilgrim Fathers
Plymouth Colony
The Mayflower Society
The More children and the Mayflower


Priscilla (Mullins) Alden
Isaac Allerton
Mary Allerton
William Bradford
Dorothy Bradford
Love Brewster
William Brewster
Peter Browne
William Butten
John Carver (Mayflower passenger)
James Chilton
Mary Chilton
Francis Cooke
Humility Cooper
John Crackston
Edward Doty
Moses Fletcher
Edward Fuller
Samuel Fuller
Constance Hopkins
Oceanus Hopkins
John Howland
Degory Priest
Thomas Rogers
Henry Samson
George Soule
Edward Tilley
John Tilley
Thomas Tinker
John Turner
William White
Resolved White
Peregrine White
Edward Winslow

Other passengers

John Alden
John Billington
Francis Eaton
Stephen Hopkins
Christopher Martin
Elinor More
Jasper More
Mary More
Richard More
William Mullins
Myles Standish
Richard Warren

Native American associates


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Mayflower passengers
Kingdom of England emigrants to the Thirteen Colonies
People from Sandwich, Kent
1607 births
1679 deaths Mary made out her will in 1676 and died about 1679.


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1-Mary Chilton b. 31 May 1607, St. Peter, Sandwich, England, d. Bef 31 May 1679, Boston
+John Winslow b. 16 Apr 1597, Droitwich, Kempsey, Worchestershire, England, d. 21 May 1674, Boston, Suffolk Co., MA.
2-Susanna Winslow b. Abt 1625, Plymouth Colony, Massachusettes
2-Mary Winslow b. 15 Apr 1628, Plymouth Colony, Massachusettes
2-Edward Winslow b. Abt 1634, Plymouth Colony, Massachusettes
2-William Winslow b. Abt 1635, Plymouth Colony, Massachusettes
2-Sarah Winslow b. Abt 1638, Plymouth Colony, Plymouth, MA
2-Samuel Winslow b. Abt 1641, Plymouth Colony, Massachusettes
2-Joseph Winslow b. Abt 1642, Plymouth Colony, Massachusettes, d. Bef 3 Oct 1679, (Newtown, Long Island, New York)
3-Timothy Winslow b. Abt 1661
+Sarah Unknown
4-Thomas Winslow b. 1 Aug 1682, Perquimans Co., North Carolina
4-John Winslow b. 7 Feb 1698, Perquimans Co., North Carolina, d. 1753, Perquimans Co., North Carolina
+Hester Or Esther Snelling b. 20 Sep 1699, Perquimans Co., North Carolina, d. After 1762
5-Joseph Winslow b. Abt 1718, North Carolina
5-Isreal Winslow b. Abt 1722
5-Benjamin Winslow b. Abt 1724, North Carolina
5-Elizabeth Winslow b. Abt 1727, North Carolina
5-Easter Winslow b. Abt 1731, Perquimans Co., North Carolina, d. Bef 1780, (Perquimans Co., North Carolina)
+Rueben Perry b. 1734, Perquimans Co., North Carolina, d. Jul 1775, Perquimans Co., North Carolina
6-Rueben Perry II b. 9 Oct 1760, Perquimans Co., North Carolina
6-Jacob Perry b. 7 Apr 1765, Perquimans Co., North Carolina, d. May 1807, Perquimans Co., North Carolina
+Ruth Chappell
7-Hulda Perry
7-Esther Perry
7-Benjamin Perry b. Abt 1805
6-Nathan Perry b. 10 Oct 1769, Perquimans Co., North Carolina, d. 3 Apr 1842, (Perry Cemetery, Cooperstown, Brown
Co., Ill)
+Rebecca Yarborough b. Abt 1763, North Carolina, d. , Brown Co., Ill
7-Edmond Perry b. 1789, Perquimans Co., North Carolina, d. Abt 1847, Aged 82Yrs
+Rachel Bridges b. , North Carolina, d. , Aged 76
8-James Perry b. 1808, Powels River, Tennessee, d. 1887, (Gilbirds Cem., Mt. Sterling, Brown, Ill)
+Eliza Hills b. , Indiana
9-Charles Perry
9-Olive Perry
+William O Grover b. 1871, d. 1942
+Unknown Knowles
9-Francis Perry
9-Robin Perry
9-Almira Perry
9-Elizabeth Perry
9-Edmond Perry
9-James K Perry
9-William C Perry b. Mar 1844, Cooperstown, Brown Co., Ill
+Mary E. Grover b. Abt 1846, d. 1879, (Cross Roads Cem., Cooperstown, Brown Co., Ill)
10-Hattie Perry b. Abt 1877, d. 1893, Aged 16Yrs.
Descendants of Mary Chilton & John Wynslow
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10-Infant Perry b. 1879, d. 1879, (Cross Roads Cem., Cooperstown, Brown Co., Ill)
10-Maggie Perry
+Elmore Orr
11-William D Orr d. 1901, (Cross Roads Cem., Cooperstown, Brown Co., Ill)
10-Oscar Perry
+Daisy Perry b. , Missouri
10-Elmer Perry b. 1870, d. 1916
+Maggie Orr b. 1876, d. 1968
11-Wilma Perry b. 1902
+Raymon Hanks b. 1887, d. 1967
11-Maurine Perry b. 1910
11-Grace Perry b. 1911, d. 1963
11-William Denver Perry
10-Elmer Perry
+Anna Whited (see William C Perry on page 1)
10-Orpha Perry
8-Martha Perry
8-Pheobe Perry
8-Rebecca Perry b. 1813, d. 1895
+Samuel Briggs b. 1819, d. 1898
9-Solomon Briggs b. 1840, d. 1862
9-Julia Briggs b. 1847
8-Ichabod Perry b. 18 Jul 1815, Claiborne Co., Tennessee
+Martha Patsy Bell b. 1 Jan 1818, Kentucky, d. 7 Jan 1892
9-Oliver H Perry
+Martha McMillian
9-Lewis Case Perry
+Colombia Sharon b. Abt 1847, d. 10 Dec 1881, (Logan Creek Cemetery, Cooperstown, Brown Co., Ill)
10-Mary Estella Perry b. Abt 1864, d. 31 Mar 1873, Aged 9Yrs 7MO 9 Days
10-Loren Austin Perry d. 11 Oct 1880, Aged 3MO.
+Julia Dennis
9-Ethan Allen Perry
+Delia Sharon
9-Mary Perry
+William Ward
8-Nathan Perry b. 19 Sep 1819, d. 19 Jan 1903, (Perry Cemetery, Cooperstown, Brown Co., Ill)
+Ester Glenn b. 27 May 1825, d. 27 Nov 1902, (Perry Cemetery, Cooperstown, Brown Co., Ill)
9-Henry Perry d. , Aged 12 Days
9-Rosemary Perry d. , Aged 5 Mos.
9-Ella Perry d. , Aged 5 Yrs.
9-Leroy Perry d. , 3 Mos.
8-Sarah Perry b. 27 Mar 1822, d. 20 Jun 1879, (Perry Cemetery, Cooperstown, Brown Co., Ill)
+Elisha Perry b. 29 Nov 1818, d. 12 Jul 1889, (Perry Cemetery, Cooperstown, Brown Co., Ill)
9-Austin Perry b. Abt 1860, d. 8 Oct 1862, Aged 2 Yrs
9-William Riley Perry b. Abt 1863, d. 12 Sep 1864, Aged 1 Yr. 8 MO.
9-Harriet Perry b. Abt 1853, d. 26 Aug 1883, Aged 33 Yrs.
8-Melvina Perry
Descendants of Mary Chilton & John Wynslow
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8-Louisa Perry b. 1827, d. 1877, (Gilbirds Cem., Mt. Sterling, Brown, Ill)
+Daniel Putnam b. 1825, d. 1892, (Gilbirds Cem., Mt. Sterling, Brown, Ill)
8-Francis M. Perry b. 1829, d. 1907, (Perry Cemetery, Cooperstown, Brown Co., Ill)
+Martha “Patsy” Hills b. 1830, d. 1905
8-Luke Perry b. 1833, d. , Stone Co., Missouri
+Caroline Grover b. Abt 1836, d. 17 Sep 1876, Aged 40 Yrs., 2 MO., 26 Days
9-Laura Perry b. 1862
9-Henry Perry b. 1868
9-Rachel A Perry b. 1870, d. 1881, Aged 11Yrs
9-Infant Perry b. 1863, d. 27 Mar 1863, (Perry Cemetery, Cooperstown, Brown Co., Ill)
9-Mary I Perry b. 1867, d. 1869, Aged 2 Yrs., 21 Days
9-Edna Perry b. 1872, d. 1878, Aged 6Yrs.
9-Gilbert Perry
+Elizabeth Hills
9-Hester Perry
7-Luke Perry b. 1793, North Carolina, d. 17 Jan 1883, Gilbirds Cem., Mt. Sterling, Brown, Ill
+Elizabeth Jane McCoy b. Abt 1810, Maryland
8-Mary E Perry b. Abt 1847, Brown Co, IL
+Elizabeth “Betty” McNew b. Abt 1795, Elk Horn Township, Brown, Ill.
8-Edmond “Edward” Perry b. 29 Sep 1820, Claiborne Co., Tennessee
8-Elisha Perry b. 29 Nov 1818, Claiborne Co., Tennessee
8-William Perry b. Abt 1814, Claiborne Co., Tennessee
8-Benjamin Perry b. Abt 1828, Claiborne Co., Tennessee
8-Gideon Perry b. 17 Nov 1824, Claiborne Co., Tennessee
8-Rueben Perry b. 29 Dec 1822, Claiborne Co., Tennessee
+Susannah B. Davis b. 1828, Tennessee
9-Luke Perry b. May 1851, Mt. Sterling, Brown Co., Ill
+Sarah Ellen Deardorff b. Dec 1851, Illinois, d. 1881, Illinois
10-George Morgan Perry b. 30 Nov 1876, Brown Co, IL
10-Lula Perry b. Sep 1880
10-Charles Reuben Perry b. Jul 1872, Cass Co., Il.
10-William Perry b. Abt 1877
8-James A Perry b. 9 Sep 1826, Claiborne Co., Tennessee
8-Green Perry b. Bef 1830, Claiborne Co., Tennessee
7-William Perry b. 1795, North Carolina, d. 24 Apr 1842, Brown Co, IL
+Emaline Breeding Cup b. Abt 1799, Virginia
8-Albert Henry Perry b. 31 Jan 1836, Elk Horn Township, Brown, Ill.
8-Simeon Perry b. 1 Aug 1822, Claiborne Co., Tennessee
8-Rebecca Perry b. 1823, Claiborne Co., Tennessee
8-Elizabeth Perry b. 8 Mar 1826, Claiborne Co., Tennessee
8-Irwin Perry b. 18 Jan 1828, Claiborne Co., Tennessee
8-Andrew J Perry b. 1830, Claiborne Co., Tennessee
8-David Hodge Perry b. 14 Dec 1832, Morgan Co., Illinois
8-Sarah Perry b. 13 Dec 1833, Markham Precinct, Morgan Co., Illinois
8-Thomas Fielding Perry b. 2 Feb 1837, Elk Horn Township, Brown, Ill.
8-Hulda Perry b. 1839, Elk Horn Township, Brown, Ill.
8-William Perry Jr b. 1842, Elk Horn Township, Brown, Ill.
Descendants of Mary Chilton & John Wynslow
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7-Melvia Perry b. Abt 1796, North Carolina, d. 1867, (Brown Co., Ill)
+Benjamin Davis b. Abt 1795, Claiborne Co., Tennessee, d. 9 Feb 1878, Versailles , Brown Co., Ill
8-Jim Davis
+Annie Huflin
8-Elizabeth “Betsy” Davis b. 1811, Claiborne Co., Tennessee, d. 1860, Knox Co., Missouri
+Valentine Cup b. 1809, Tennessee
9-Martha E. Cup b. 1830, Claiborne Co., Tennessee
9-Luke Lee Cup b. 15 Jan 1833, Chariton Co., Missouri
9-Adeline Dice Cup b. 1836, Brown Co., Ill
9-Howell Cup b. 18 Apr 1838, Brown Co., Ill
9-Absalom P “Abner” Cup b. Jun 1841, Brown Co., Ill
9-James Cup b. 2 Mar 1843, Lewis Co., Missouri
9-Elizabeth Cup b. 1845, Missouri
9-Cynthia Ann “Mary” Cup b. May 1850, Brown Co., Ill
8-Rodesia “Dicy” Davis b. 1814, Claiborne Co., Tennessee, d. 25 Jul 1878, Versailles , Brown Co., Ill
+Henry Hill b. 1815
9-Lavina Hill b. 9 Sep 1841, Brown Co., Ill
8-Hampton H. Davis b. 1815, Claiborne Co., Tennessee, d. Bef 1880
+Cynthia Ann Wilkins b. Abt 1817, Kentucky
9-Elisha Davis b. Abt 1844, Missouri
9-Mary M Davis b. Abt 1847, Missouri
9-Elizabeth A. Davis b. Abt 1849, Missouri
8-Sarah Ann “Sally” Davis b. 1816, Claiborne Co., Tennessee
+William “Billy” Drummens
8-Nelson James Davis b. 31 May 1820, Claiborne Co., Tennessee, d. 7 Jul 1898, Cooperstown Cemetery, Brown Co., Ill
+Elizabeth “Lizzie” Truesdell b. 22 Nov 1822, d. 10 Feb 1888, Aged 65 Yrs. 2 MO., 18 Days
9-Sarah L. Davis b. 1844
9-Benjamin F Davis b. 29 Sep 1846, Brown Co., Ill, d. 1910, (Gilbirds Cem., Mt. Sterling, Brown, Ill)
9-John Alphonse Davis b. 29 Dec 1848, Brown Co., Ill
9-Mary Elizabeth Davis b. 4 Jul 1850, Brown Co., Ill
9-Lee Ann Davis b. May 1856, Brown Co., Ill
9-William Hampton Davis b. Dec 1858, Brown Co., Ill, d. , Versailles , Brown Co., Ill
+Adeline Bruce b. Abt 1830
9-Robert R. Davis b. 29 Oct 1859, Brown Co., Ill
9-Flora Davis b. 1864, Brown Co., Ill
9-James R. Davis b. 3 Aug 1862, Brown Co., Ill
8-Prior Lee Davis b. 20 Jan 1822, Tazwell, Claiborne Co., Tenn, d. 29 May 1905, Salisbury, Chariton Co., Missouri
+Cylia Cup b. 9 Jul 1823
9-Sarah Ann Davis b. 24 Mar 1844
9-Andrew J. Davis b. 12 Sep 1845
9-Matilda Geneva Davis b. 23 Mar 1847
9-James B. Davis b. 28 Feb 1849
9-John S. Davis b. 19 Jun 1851
9-Lucy Jane Davis b. 30 Nov 1853
9-Geneva E. Davis b. 30 Jan 1856
9-Mary E. Davis b. 1857
9-Benjamin Isaac Davis b. 28 Apr 1858, Chariton Co., Missouri
Descendants of Mary Chilton & John Wynslow
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9-Robert E. Lee Davis b. 7 May 1864, Chariton Co., Missouri
8-Casual Davis b. 1824, Tazwell, Claiborne Co., Tenn, d. 25 Feb 1865, Versailles , Brown Co., Ill
+Julia Ann Huflin b. 28 Jun 1827, Virginia
9-James W. Davis b. 1852, Cooperstown Cemetery, Brown Co., Ill
9-Alice Davis b. 1858, Brown Co., Ill
9-Howell Davis b. 14 Jul 1849, Brown Co., Ill
9-John H. Davis b. 1853, Brown Co., Ill
9-Jefferson Davis b. 1857, Brown Co., Ill
9-Julia A Davis b. 1859, Brown Co., Ill
8-Rebecca “Becky” Davis b. 10 Mar 1825, Tazwell, Claiborne Co., Tenn, d. 28 Feb 1908, Dent Co., Missouri
+George W Summy Jr b. 1814
9-Standley W Summy b. 1849, Brown Co., Ill
8-Andrew Jackson “Andy” Davis Twin b. 6 Aug 1831, Versailles , Brown Co., Ill, d. 30 Aug 1909, Versailles , Brown
Co., Ill
+Sarah Ann Priddy d. 10 Aug 1897, (Perry Cemetery, Cooperstown, Brown Co., Ill)
9-Amanda Davis b. 1877, Brown Co., Ill
9-Hattie Davis b. Mar 1885, Brown Co., Ill
9-Samuel H. Davis b. May 1888, Brown Co., Ill
+Sarah Ward b. 20 May 1849, Trenton, NJ
8-James R Davis b. 2 May 1832, Claiborne Co., Tennessee, d. 2 Jul 1870, Brown Co., Ill
+Dorcas Ann Heflin b. 2 Oct 1835, Virginia
9-Prior Lee Davis b. , Brown Co., Ill, d. 10 Nov 1856, Aged 10 Mos.
9-Arnold Douglas Davis b. 1858, Brown Co., Ill
9-Horato Seamore Davis b. 27 Jul 1867, Brown Co., Ill, d. 1950
+Dolly Hobson
9-Francis Mariah Davis b. May 1862, Brown Co., Ill, d. 1949
+John Walsh
10-Russell E Walsh
+Rosie Beahr
9-Herschel V Davis b. Apr 1860, Versailles , Brown Co., Ill
+Elva Grable b. , Michigan
10-George V Davis b. 1906
+Lenora Van Cleaves
11-George Davis Jr.
11-Tom Davis
11-Jack Davis
11-Hugh Davis
9-James Allen Davis b. Nov 1864, Brown Co., Ill, d. 1953
+Dota Perry
10-Bernice Davis
+Leslie Lanier
11-Melvin Lanier
11-James Lanier
11-Kenneth Lanier
10-Glen Davis
9-Serrilda J Davis b. 12 Aug 1869, Brown Co., Ill, d. 1960
+Fred Ingram
Descendants of Mary Chilton & John Wynslow
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10-Dolly Ingram
10-Mildred Ingram
10-Bertha Ingram
+Albert Schrieber
11-Lillian Schrieber
11-Marvin Schrieber
+Elaine Ormand
12-Craig Schrieber
12-Curtis Schrieber
12-Bruce Schrieber
9-Richard Davis b. Abt 1855, d. 6 Apr 1860, Aged 4 Yrs. 8 Mos. 28 Days
9-William Davis b. 1858
8-Mary “Polly” Davis b. 11 Nov 1833, Brown Co., Ill, d. 5 Aug 1868, Brown Co., Ill
+Solomon “Sal” Briggs b. 11 Jun 1831, Jackson Twp., Hamilton Co., Indiana, d. 6 Sep 1880, (Gilbirds Cem., Mt.
Sterling, Brown, Ill)
9-Samuel Briggs b. 1850, Brown Co., Ill
9-Genevieve Briggs b. 1859, Brown Co., Ill
9-George Briggs b. 1862, Brown Co., Ill
8-Stanley Walker Davis b. 20 Dec 1835, Versailles , Brown Co., Ill, d. 21 Feb 1922, South Hugo, Colorado
+Almiria Grover b. 30 Jul 1843, Brown Co, IL, d. 1917, Hugo, Lincoln Co., Colorado
9-Mary Davis b. 17 Feb 1860, Brown Co, IL, d. 2 Jun 1863, Brown Co, IL
9-James E Davis b. 1863, Brown Co, IL, d. 7 May 1944, Illinois
+Mary Reische
10-Fred Davis
+Jessie Gray
10-Roy Davis
+Nelva Logsdon
9-Ida May Davis b. 1865, Illinois
+Willie Martin
10-Florence Martin
10-Virgil Martin Twin
10-Vernon Martin Twin
9-Pheobe Davis b. 1868, Illinois
+Newt Brewer
9-Albert T. Davis b. 9 Nov 1868, Hersman, Brown, Ill., d. 6 Feb 1948, Mt. Sterling, Brown Co., Ill
+Ella Davis
10-Lewis Cecil Davis b. 1894
10-Arlie Davis b. 26 Sep 1898
9-Maggie Lee Davis b. 11 Aug 1872, Hersman, Brown, Ill.
+Eugene Masher
10-Eugene Masher
10-Mazie Masher
9-Walter Davis b. 1875, Brown Co, IL
9-Bertha Davis b. 1877
+George Dameron
9-Francis Weaver Davis b. 24 Feb 1882, Versailles , Brown Co., Ill
+Pearle Masher
Descendants of Mary Chilton & John Wynslow
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10-Crystal Davis
10-Edna Davis
8-Lucy Elizabeth Davis Twin b. 22 Jan 1838, Versailles , Brown Co., Ill, d. 9 Apr 1917, Utica, New York
+Emanuel Stabler b. Abt 1839
8-Sena “Sennie” Davis b. 22 Jan 1838, Jackson Twp., Hamilton Co., Indiana, d. 1838
8-Bill Davis Twin b. 5 Sep 1839
8-Annie “Anna” Davis Twin b. 5 Sep 1839, d. 2 Feb 1927, (Gilbirds Cem., Mt. Sterling, Brown, Ill)
+Francis Marion Grover b. 30 Dec 1838, Brown Co., Ill, d. 10 Dec 1907, Elk Horn Township, Brown, Ill.
9-Tabitha Grover b. 12 Dec 1832, Brown Co., Ill, d. 1858, Aged 26 Yrs.
9-Dica A. Grover b. Abt 1859, Brown Co., Ill, d. 1943, (Hersman Cemetery, Brown, Illionois)
+J Reische b. 1857, d. 1957, (Hersman Cemetery, Brown, Illionois)
9-Hulda Grover b. Abt 1862, Brown Co., Ill
9-Ruth Ann Grover b. Aug 1864, Versailles Twnshp, Brown, Illinois, d. 8 Oct 1909, Brown Co., Ill
+John Milton Hume b. 25 Dec 1863, Versailles, Brown, Illinois, d. 25 Jan 1949, Versailles , Brown Co., Ill
10-Unnamed Infant Hume b. 22 Jan 1883, d. 22 Jan 1883, (Hume Cem., Chambersburg, Pike, Ill.)
10-Minnie Pearl Hume b. 2 Mar 1894, Cooperstown, Brown Co., Ill, d. 16 Jul 1949, Versailles, Brown Co., Ill
+William Jennings Reathaford b. 31 Jul 1897, Pike County, Illinois, d. 21 May 1977, Versailles, Brown Co., Ill
11-James Clifford Reathaford b. 13 Jun 1917, Mt. Sterling, Brown Co., Ill, d. Nov 1999, Mc. Allen, Tx.
+Marjorie Joan Herren b. 27 Apr 1917, Cooperstown, Brown Co., Ill, d. 2007, Monmouth, Dekalb, Illinois
12-James William Reathaford b. 11 Feb 1936, Versailles , Brown Co., Ill, d. 15 Feb 1936, (Versailles Cem.,
Brown Co., Ill)
12-Peggy Joan Reathaford b. 11 Jul 1937, Versailles , Brown Co., Ill, d. 9 Nov 2010, Cadiz, Trigg, Kentucky
+Cedrick Eugene Dowell b. 5 Apr 1930, d. Abt 2000, Illinois
+Carl Wayne Stringer b. 10 Nov 1938, Lufkin, Angelina Co., TX
13-Randall Carl Stringer b. , Galesburg, Knox Co., Ill.
+Lynn Poland
14-Austin Jennings Stringer
14-Jordan Travis Stringer
+Norma Teague
+Melissa Atwood
13-Crystal Joan Stringer b. 2 Mar 1959, Galesburg, Knox Co., Ill.
+Robert Eldon Caruthers b. , Waco, Mclennon Co., Texas
14-Davis Wayne Caruthers b. 4 Apr 1989, Houston, Harris Co., TX.
14-Cole Robert Caruthers b. 22 Nov 1991, Houston, Harris Co., TX.
14-Blake Edward Caruthers b. 17 May 1994, Houston, Harris Co., TX.
+Cedrick Dowell
13-Stacy Robin Stringer b. 17 Nov 1965, Victoria, Victoria, TX
+Hassan Abed Abukuppeh b. 26 Jun 1963, Amman, Jodan
14-Thabbett “Tad” Abukuppeh b. 17 Dec 1985, Houston, Harris Co., TX.
14-Nadia Nichole Abukuppeh b. 16 Jun 1987, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, UT
15-Lina Joan Abukuppeh
15-Lonna Rea Moore
+Stephen Ralph Webb b. 29 Jan 1947, Vancouver, Washington, d. 7 Jan 1995, Owyhee Co., Idaho
13-Tammy Gay Stringer b. 24 Oct 1967, Houston, Harris Co., TX.
+Craig Morgan Lankford b. 28 Sep 1965, Waco, Mclennon Co., Texas
14-Tyler Morgan Lankford b. 10 May 1991, Boise, Ada Co., Idaho
Descendants of Mary Chilton & John Wynslow
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14-Amber Lyndsey Lankford b. 22 Nov 1992, Califorinia
12-Gary Lee Reathaford b. 16 Jun 1939, Versailles , Brown Co., Ill, d. 23 Jan 1960, (Abingdon Cem., Abingdon,
+Florance Verleen Carroll b. 17 Jun 1940
13-Vernie Lee Reathaford
+Rhonda Sue Plackett b. 2 Dec 1958
14-Rebecca Sue Reathaford b. 23 Nov 1980
14-Gary Ryan Reathaford b. 12 Apr 1983
14-Sylvanus Foss b. 1798-1799, Strafford, Strafford County, New Hampshire, d. 12 Dec 1872, Bath,
Sagadahoc County, Maine
+Elizabeth Webb Hannaford b. 29 Aug 1823
13-Eva Lynn Reathaford b. 25 Sep 1960
+Geneva Wilcoxen b. 6 Aug 1913, d. 10 Mar 1986, (White Chapel Memory Gardens, Canton, Illinois) (see
James Clifford Reathaford on page 7)
+Marjorie Joan Herren b. 27 Apr 1917, Cooperstown, Brown Co., Ill, d. 2007, Monmouth, Dekalb, Illinois (see
James Clifford Reathaford on page 7)
11-William Landis Reathaford b. 17 Dec 1920, Elk Horn Township, Brown, Ill., d. 25 Jan 1998, (Abingdon Cem.,
Abingdon, Ill)
+Dorothy Lagnese
12-Micheal “Mike” Reathaford b. 11 Jul 1943, Versailles , Brown Co., Ill
13-Amy Reathaford
13-Michael Angelo Reathaford
13-Orlando Irish b. Jun 1836, Maine
+Elizabeth H. Forbes b. 28 Feb 1841, Buckfield, Oxford County, Maine
14-Edgar C. Irish b. Aug 1871, Maine
14-Leon C. Irish b. Aug 1879, Maine
12-Pearl “Polly” Reathaford
+Raleigh Jones
13-Barbie Ralston
12-Robert “Bobby” Reathaford
12-Olive Melissa Cummings b. 7 Oct 1837, Newport, Orleans County, Vermont, d. 27 Mar 1900, Chico, Butte
County, California
+Watson Clifford Roberts b. 12 Mar 1833, Brooks, Cumberland County, Maine, d. 16 Sep 1917, Chico, Butte
County, California
13-Eugene Roswell Roberts b. 22 Apr 1856, Concord, Merrimack County, New Hampshire, d. 1912, Alaska
13-Georgie Etta Roberts b. 7 Nov 1857, Concord, Merrimack County, New Hampshire, d. 6 Jun 1911, Chico,
Butte County, California
13-Abby Isabel Roberts b. 29 Aug 1859, Warner, Merrimack County, New Hampshire, d. 8 Oct 1889, Chico,
Butte County, California
13-Laura Anna Roberts b. 6 Jul 1866, Effingham, Carroll County, New Hampshire, d. 31 Oct 1883, Chico,
Butte County, California
11-Alice Marie Reathaford b. 8 Aug 1922, Hersman, Brown, Ill.
Descendants of Mary Chilton & John Wynslow
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+Harry R. Menely b. 18 Oct 1916, Rushville, Schuyler, Illinois, d. 1 Oct 1989, (Roseville Memorial Park,
Roseville, Illinois) (see Alice Marie Reathaford on page 8)
12-Linda Kay Menely b. 24 Mar 1945, Rushville, Schuyler, Illinois
+Charles E. Becher b. 1 Sep 1963
13-Bradley Carl Becher b. 19 Jan 1965, Monmouth, Warren, Illinois
+Jamie Jo De Counter
13-Joseph Avery Sylvester b. 6 Nov 1843, Newburyport, Essex County, Massachusetts, d. 28 May 1845,
Newburyport, Essex County, Massachusetts
+Tom Sawyer
13-Tommie Jo Sawyer b. 15 Mar 1985
13-Mary Sylvester b. 1864, Oregon Territory
12-Peggy Lou Menely b. 15 Jan 1948, Monmouth, Warren, Illinois
+Gary Carl Johnson
13-Amber Paige Johnson b. 3 Apr 1976, Billings, Montana
13-George Brown b. 1855, Deer Isle, Hancock County, Maine (Probably), d. , Seattle, King County,
Washington (Probably)
13-Shana Kayle Johnson b. 31 Mar 1977, Great Falls, Montana
12-Sandra Sue Menely b. 22 Dec 1952, Monmouth, Warren, Illinois
+John Robert Ellis
13-Tifanie Eerin Ellis b. 16 Feb 1975, Galesburg, Knox Co., Ill.
13-Sarah Buckminister b. After 1845
13-Lindsey Morgan Ellis b. 23 Aug 1983, Galesburg, Knox Co., Ill.
13-Charles Buckminister b. After 1845
13-Sarah Brooke Ellis b. 17 Dec 1976, Galesburg, Knox Co., Ill.
13-Lewis Buckminister b. After 1845
13-Clara Buckminister b. After 1845
13-Sylvia Buckminister b. After 1845
12-Nancy Jo Menely b. 31 Jul 1955, Monmouth, Warren, Illinois
+John Dale Guenther b. 25 Sep 1976, Berwick, Warren, Illinois
13-Kristopher Wade Guenther b. 4 Sep 1979
13-Henry M. Saunders b. 8 Nov 1855, Deer Isle, Hancock County, Maine
13-Martin Saunders b. After 1855, Deer Isle, Hancock County, Maine
13-Susan R. Saunders b. 24 Aug 1858, Deer Isle, Hancock County, Maine
13-Isabella Waters Saunders b. 17 Dec 1860, Deer Isle, Hancock County, Maine, d. 17 Feb 1863, Deer Isle,
Hancock County, Maine
11-Mary Ann Reathaford b. 17 May 1929, Cooperstown Cemetery, Brown Co., Ill, d. Abt 1998, Nursing Home In
+John Foote
12-Dennis Foote
12-Frank Foote
12-Wm. David Foote
12-Denver Foote
12-Francis Foote
12-Doug Foote
10-James Elvis Hume b. 26 Jan 1886, Cooperstown, Brown Co., Ill
+Ethel Lena McCoy
11-Forrest Hume
10-Sylvester Hume b. 22 Dec 1888, Cooperstown, Brown Co., Ill
Descendants of Mary Chilton & John Wynslow
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10-Alta A. Hume b. Feb 1892, Cooperstown, Brown Co., Ill, d. 28 Oct 1988, (Hersman Cemetery, Brown, Illionois)
+Roy Innes b. 7 Feb 1888, d. 25 Oct 1973, (Hersman Cemetery, Brown, Illionois)
10-Claude J Hume b. 22 Mar 1896, Cooperstown, Brown Co., Ill, d. 10 Sep 1968, (Hersman Cemetery, Brown,
+Minnie Ann Lear b. 1898, d. 1967
11-Ruth Katherine Hume b. 30 Dec 1918, Cooperstown, Brown Co., Ill, d. 24 Dec 1989, Soldiers And Sailors
Home, Quincy, Adams Co., IL.
+Glen W Johnston
11-Roy Irwin Hume b. 23 Sep 1920, Cooperstown, Brown Co., Ill, d. 15 Apr 1979, Waukegan, Ill
+Anna Marie Lump b. 15 Jan 1922, Chicago, Ill., d. 28 Sep 1991, (Ascension Cemetery, Libertyville, Ill.)
12-Roy Irwin Hume Jr
12-Barbara Ann Hume
12-Donna Marie Hume
11-Loren Wayne Hume b. 2 Jun 1923, Cooperstown, Brown Co., Ill, d. 24 Jun 1988, (Oak Knoll Memorial Park,
Sterling, Ill.)
+Dorothy Ommen
12-Ted Hume
11-Norma Lee Hume b. 17 Dec 1926, Cooperstown, Brown Co., Ill, d. 23 Jan 1996, Beardstown, Cass Co., Ill
+Bonnie Lee Walters
12-Martha Sue Hume
11-Richard Rae Hume
+Francis Lucille Hall
9-Lewis Warren Grover b. Abt 1866, Brown Co., Ill, d. 1872, (Gilbirds Cem., Mt. Sterling, Brown, Ill)
9-Mary Grover b. Abt 1869, Brown Co., Ill
9-Ella Grover b. Jan 1873, Illinois
+Benjamin Briggs
7-Edward Perry b. 1800, Claiborne Co., Tennessee, d. 1870, Marion Co., Iowa
+Mary Cade b. 1816, Kentucky
8-Nathan Perry
+Lucy Unknown b. Abt 1802, Tennessee
8-Unknown Perry b. Bef 1820
8-Unknown Perry b. Bef 1830
8-Margaret Ann Perry b. 1840, Illinois
8-Lucinda Perry b. Abt 1836, Illinois
8-Calvin Perry b. Abt 1834, Illinois
8-Elijah H Perry b. Abt 1829, Tennessee
8-John S Perry b. Abt 1831, Illinois
8-Unknown Perry b. Bef 1820
7-Sarah Perry b. 27 Mar 1804, Claiborne Co., Tennessee
+William Bridges b. 10 Apr 1831, Claiborne Co., Tennessee
8-William Bridges b. Abt 1831, Claiborne Co., Tennessee
8-Thomas Bridges b. 23 Feb 1823, Claiborne Co., Tennessee
8-James Bridges b. Abt 1832, Brown Co, IL
8-Rachel Bridges b. Abt 1835, Brown Co, IL
8-Nancy Bridges b. 18 Feb 1825, Claiborne Co., Tennessee
8-Julius S Bridges b. Dec 1828, Claiborne Co., Tennessee
7-Irwin Perry b. 1806, Claiborne Co., Tennessee, d. Abt 1859, Brown Co, IL
Descendants of Mary Chilton & John Wynslow
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+Elizabeth Unknown (see Irwin Perry on page 10)
8-John Erwin Perry b. 4 Jul 1839, Brown Co, IL
8-Patsy Perry b. 1829, Claiborne Co., Tennessee
8-William H Perry b. Abt 1832, Brown Co, IL
7-Benjamin Perry b. Oct 1807, Claiborne Co., Tennessee, d. 1876, Bates Co., Missouri
+Jane Vance b. Abt 1825, Tennessee
8-Jonathan Davis Perry b. 18 Jun 1849, Brown Co, IL
8-Mathilda Perry b. 1852, Illinois
8-William Forsythe Perry b. 20 Nov 1853, Brown Co, IL
8-Margaret Perry b. 1858, Illinois
8-Benjamin Perry b. Spe 1864, Kansas
8-Andrew Johnson Perry b. 23 Dec 1868, Bates Co., Missouri
8-Edward Perry b. Abt 1826, Claiborne Co., Tennessee
8-Isabel Perry b. Abt 1830, Tennessee
8-John Perry b. Abt 1838, Cooperstown, Brown Co., Ill
8-Melvina Perry b. Abt 1837, Brown Co, IL
8-Emila V Perry b. Apr 1841, Cooperstown, Brown Co., Ill
8-Samantha Perry b. Abt 1840, Brown Co, IL
8-Martin V Perry b. Apr 1841, Cooperstown, Brown Co., Ill
8-Elizabeth Perry b. Abt 1844, Cooperstown, Brown Co., Ill
8-Julia Ann Perry b. 10 Oct 1845, Brown Co, IL
8-Mary Polly Perry b. 1834, Cooperstown, Brown Co., Ill
7-John Perry b. 1810, Claiborne Co., Tennessee, d. 1873, Jackson Co., Missouri
+Parmelia Unknown b. Abt 1812
8-Matilda Perry b. 1841, Illinois
8-James K P “Preston” Perry b. 1846, Missouri
8-John Thomas Perry b. 1848, Missouri
8-Isaac Perry b. 1855, Missouri
8-Benjamin Perry b. 1856, Missouri
8-Sarah P Perry b. 1860, Missouri
8-Elizabeth Perry b. 1832, Missouri
8-Anna Perry b. 1834, Missouri
8-Joab Perry b. 1836, Missouri
8-Polly Perry b. Abt 1838, Illinois
8-William Perry b. Abt 1842, Missouri
+Rachel Elliott b. 1787, Perquimans Co., North Carolina (see Nathan Perry on page 1)
5-John Winslow b. 1732
5-Hannah Winslow b. Abt 1740, Perquimans Co., North Carolina
+Sarah Lawrence b. Abt 1644, Massachusetts (see Joseph Winslow on page 1)
3-Edward Winslow b. 14 May 1667, Plymouth, MA.
3-Mary Winslow b. 25 Sep 1674
2-John Winslow b. Abt 1643, Plymouth Colony, Massachusettes
2-Isaac Winslow b. Abt 1644, Plymouth Colony, Massachusettes
2-Anne Winslow b. Abt 1648, Plymouth Colony, Massachusettes
2-Benjamin Winslow b. 12 Aug 1653, Plymouth Colony, Massachusettes

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