This is Mrs. William Pardington, Reynard Stephens Pardington's mother. She and husband William are buried in the Old Burial Ground (Walnut St. Cem.), Trenton, MI with a common stone.

Genealogical Death Indexing System - Michigan


Date of death:22-Oct-1868
Ledger Page: 213
Record Number: 478
Place of death:Mongaagon [i.e. Monguagon later Trenton, see below]
County of Death:Wayne
Marital Status:Married [note: husband Wm died 12 Nov 1869]
Age: 63 years 4 months
Cause of Death:Consumption
Occupation:Farmers Wife
Father's Name:Slater, Thomas
Father's Residence:England
Mother's Name:Slater, Sarah
Mother's Residence:Not Recorded
Date of record: 31-May-1869

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Trenton, MI

In 1827, when this settlement was constructed, Governor Lewis Cass named it for a local Pottawattomi chief. Then in 1834, Abram Caleb Truax, the colony's first supervisor, laid out the village of Truaxton. On January 2, 1828, the colony was given a post office as Monguago, with Mr. Truax as its first postmaster. A few years later (February 3, 1837) the colony's' name was changed to Truago. 10 years later the name was changed again, this time to Trenton. This name came from the strata of limestone underlying the town. In 1850, the settlement was platted and recorded as Trenton by George B. Truax and Sophia Slocum. Five years later in 1855 the settlement was incorporated as a village. In 1929, Trenton village annexed the village of Sibley. In 1957, the village of Trenton was incorporated as a city. Elizabeth SLATTER Sex: F Marriage(s): Spouse: William PARDINGTON Marriage: 24 Oct 1816 Moreton In Marsh, Gloucester, England Film or fiche number: 0991297 Film/fiche search results: Parish registers, 1643-1933 Church of England. Parish Church of Moreton-in-the-Marsh (Gloucestershire) Eliza SLATTER Sex: F Event(s): Christening: 30 Sep 1804 Winchcomb, Gloucester, England Parents: Father: Thomas SLATTER Mother: Sarah 0427807 Film/fiche search results: Bishop's transcripts, 1607-1812 Church of England. Parish Church of Winchcomb (Gloucestershire)