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Harrahill, John Robert (I202089262640)
 
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Splinter family members were listed as being aboard the German ship "Lessing" which departed Hamburg, Germany on 3 August 1884 bound for the port of New York:

August Splinter 34
Marie Splinter 33
Max Splinter 7
Helene Splinter 3


26 June 1900 census of Clarno, Green County, WI, found the Abrahams and Splinter families living in dwelling #212. August and Annie Abrahams said that they had been married 26 years and their 1 child was still living. Max and Elizabeth Splinter said that they had been married 1 year and their 1 child was still living:

August F. Abrahams 5/1843 57 Germany Germany Germany - Farmer, Immigrated to United States in 1870
Annie Abrahams 8/1845 54 Germany Germany Germany - Wife
Elizabeth Splinter 12/1877 22 WI Germany Germany - Daughter
Max P. Splinter 6/1877 22 Germany Germany Germany - Farmer, Son-in-law
Walter E. Splinter 5/1900 1/12 WI Germany WI - Grandson



In his WWI Draft Registration Card dated 12 Sept 1918, Max Paul Splinter said that he was born 27 June 1877. He was living with his wife, Ida Splinter, in Nampa, Canyon County, ID. He was employed in bee keeping and farming.


16 Jan 1920 census of Nampa, Canyon County, ID, found the Splinters and Fleisher families living in dwelling #159. Max Splinters said that he had imigrated to the United States in 1894:

Max P. Splinters 42 Germany Germany Germany - Apiarist, Apiary
Ida L. 49 IL Sweden Sweden - Wife
Ralph 12 WI Germany US - Son
John F. Fleisher 11 ID US IL - Step-son
Lillie C. Fleisher 21 NE US IL - Lodger, Milliner, Millinary shop
Dell D. Fleisher 25 NE US IL - Lodger, Auto machinist, Garage-------------------------------------------------------------Obituary -Max Paul SplinterNAMPA — Funeral services for Max Paul Splinter, 89, 211 16th Ave. S., who died Friday following a short illness, will be conducted at 11 a.m. Tuesday at the Alsip Funeral Chapel. Lyle Pitchford, assisted by Lloyd Zumwalt, both of Kingdom Hall, Jehovah's Witness of Nampa, will officiate. Interment will follow at Kohlerlawn Cemetery.Mr. Splinter was born June 27, 1877 in Illinois, and came to Nampa in 1913. He farmed south of Nampa in the Sunny Ridge district, and was also active in the bee business until 1929. In 1929, he become a minister in the Jehovah Witness faith, and served in Greeley, Colo., at Burley, Idaho, and here at Nampa for many years. He was one of the founding members of Kingdom Hall of the Jehovah's Witnesses, here at Nampa.He is survived by two sons, Walter Splinter of Winslow, Ill., and Ralph O. Splinter of Nampa; one daughter, Mrs. Carl Reintz of Freeport, Ill.; 17 grandchildren and numerous great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by one daughter, Selma Wessells, in 1939, his wife, Elizabeth Splinter, on 1949, and a brother, A. W. Splinter, in 1963, in addition to several other brothers and sisters.Idaho Free Press & Caldwell News-Tribune, Monday, March 6, 1967 — 2 
Splinter, Max Paul (I34554089245)
 
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SSGT US ARMY WORLD WAR II



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Obituary -
Edmund Buck: Newspaper Obituary and Death Notice
Chippewa Herald, The (Chippewa Falls, WI) - Monday, September 23, 2002
Deceased Name: Edmund Buck
CORNELL -- Edmund Buck, 94, of Cornell, died Sunday, Sept. 22, 2002, at Sacred Heart Hospital in Eau Claire.
He was born on March 2, 1908, in Paris, Idaho, the son of Percival and Alice (Bacon) Buck. Ed lived in Bennington, Montpelier and Bear River, Idaho, before moving to Hams Fork Valley, Wyo. As a young man, Ed worked with livestock. In 1940, he joined the U.S. Army and served in England, France and Belgium.
Ed married Hazel Bailey on June 10, 1943, in Richmond, Calif. In 1945, Ed and Hazel moved to Cornell, where he has resided since. He was employed at the Cornell Paper Mill from 1945 to 1972 and then worked for the Auto Stop from 1972 until 1984. He also was employed as a carpenter, roofer and cabinet maker.
Ed was a Mason for over 50 years and was a member of the Cornell Masonic Lodge and Eau Claire Consistory. He was also a proficiency expert of Masonic rituals and instructed many Masons.
Survivors include: one son, Richard (Laura) Buck of Cornell; two daughters, Jane McDaniel and Joyce (Dewayne) West, both of Cornell; three sisters, Nina Eicholz and Lucy Robertson, both of Glenns Ferry, Idaho, and Alice Antella of Kemmerer, Wyo.; one brother, Boyd Buck of Arcada, Calif.; and grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by: his wife, Hazel; five sisters, Molly Buck, Dorothy Miller, Adella Nelson, Myra Talafero and Margaret Ellis; and two brothers, James and Jack.
Funeral services will be held at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 25, at Borton Funeral Home in Cornell with Rev. Mark Williams officiating. Burial will be in the Cornell Cemetery, with military services provided by the Cornell VFW and American Legion posts.
Friends may call from 4 to 8 p.m. Tuesday at Borton Funeral Home, where there will be Masonic services at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday and one hour prior to services on Wednesday. 
Buck, Edmand "Ted" (I202092200441)
 
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SSGT US ARMY WORLD WAR II 
Tidmore, Jerry Marr (I202028309072)
 
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Story copied from the following website:
http://www.dyefamily.us/genealogy/getperson.php?personID=I00409&tree=DyeFamily

· 1779: "Fauntleroy Dye, an ex-tobacco inspector of Richmond County, had fallen into the hands of the enemy in 1779 and returned home somewhat later with a considerable sum of money, which naturally excited suspicion in the community. Dye, who had become thoroughly tainted during hsi captivity, began to use his influence to persuade his neighbors to resist militia call-ups and to hold private meetings of a doubtful character at his house. Learning this, major Joel, with a party of mounted volunteers, went to Richmond, arrested one Tiffie, "a most notorious promoter of sedition" and surrounded Dye's House, where he took a few armed Tories, who had "in open contempt of the laws of their country, bid defiance to the county lieutenant, and held constant meetings of the disaffected". A court-martial at Leedstown found Dye guilty of giving intelligence to the enemy and encouraging desertion, and sentenced him to prison for the period of the war.
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From Ancestry.com Message Boards: http://boards.ancestry.com/surnames.dye/1133.1.1.1/mb.ashx
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Captain, Fauntleroy Dye found guilty in June 1781 at Leedstown, Virginia. He was age 39 years old when he went to Military Prison. How long did he serve?" Possibly 4 years.

He had been captured by the British and we don't know how long he was held by the British previously.

He had been a Capt. in Virginia at least since 1774. He made Captain the same day as 4 or 5 Fauntleroy men did.

I know he is listed in a book by ECKENRODES "Officers of the Revolution" Fauntleroy (Fantelyroy) Dye

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"Virginian's in the Revolutionary War"

Other proof at the Virginia State Library. Virginia State papers, 145-146......169-170

Front Page and Book 2, page 155

Dye, Fauntleroy, Richmond Co., Militia took oath as an officer Sept 2, 1776 
Dye, Fauntleroy (I34554073461)
 
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Taken from: "A Reminiscent History of The Ozark Region" Goodspeed Brothers, Publishers, Chicago 1894

W.K. Johnson.
The public services of Mr.Johnson, the efficient and capable treasurer of Christian County, Mo., have been characterized by a noticeable devotion to the welfare of his county, and his ability and fidelity in his present position have been seen and appreciated by all.
He is a native of Tennessee, born in Grainger county September 22,1837, and is a son of Joshua and Sarah (Dent) Johnson, both natives of Tennessee, the father born in Hawkins and the mother in Grainger county. They came to Christian County, Mo., in 1868, and here both passed the remainder of their days, the mother dying in 1877 and the father in 1881. Both were worthy members of the Missionary Baptist church.

Of the eleven children born to this worthy couple, five are still living: Lavesta, who married, died when twenty years of age; Mariah is a widow and resided in this county; John M. died in Tennessee; Luanna died in Missouri; Thomas died in Christian County; James died when small; G.B. Johnson died while in the army; Amanda married H.H. Roy and is living in Stone County; Tempy married W.C. McCraskey and resides in this county; and Frances, who married A.H. Soloman, also resides in this county.
The Johnsons are descended from an old pioneer family of Tennessee, and the Dents are of Irish extraction.
Our subject remained in Tennessee until 1859, and was there married to Miss Nancy J. Matthews, a native of Hamilton County, Tenn. In the last mentioned year he brought his family to Missouri and located in Christian County, buying land about twelve miles from Ozark. On this he has resided for the most part ever since, but lately he has rented the farm and has resided in Ozark.
In his political views he is an ardent Republican and has ever been interested in the welfare of his party. In the year 1892 he was elected to the responsible position of county treasurer, winning the election by a large majority, and he is now discharging the duties incumbent upon that position. The confidence which the people have in him is almost unbounded, and that he fully deserves their trust, respect and esteem cannot for a moment be doubted. He has always been interested in all public matters, and in all enterprises for the benefit of the county, particularly those relating to education, for he was a teacher for a number of years. Fraternally he is a Mason, a member of Friend lodge No. 352, at Ozark.
On the 7th of March, 1862,Mr. Johnson enlisted in the army and served until April 12, 1865, in the Eighth Missouri State Militia first, and subsequently in the Eighth Missouri Volunteer Cavalry. He participated in the fight at Springfield, in the only fight at Ozark, and in a number of skirmishes, but was never wounded. His service was mainly in Missouri and Arkansas in the Ozark Region. He is now a member of the G.A.R. post at Ozark.
At an early age Mr. Johnson united with the Baptist Church, has been a preacher for twenty-two years, and is well known all over the county. He is one of the few men who passed through the war and came out as strict in his religious views as when he entered.
Ten children were born to his marriage: Sarah, now Mrs. J.C. Erwin, of this county Isabelle, Mrs. D.L Peeblers, of this county; James T. resides on a farm in this county; Robert lives on the old farm; Amy, now Mrs. J.T. Solomon, of this county; Frances, now Mrs. W.T. Frazier, of this county; Savilla, at home; Lula, also at home; and two who died young. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson have fifteen grandchildren. The family holds membership in the Baptist Church, and the sons are all Republicans in politics. 
Johnson, William Kimbrough (I202094969903)
 
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TEC 4 US ARMY WORLD WAR II. 
Mateska, Elvin Robert (I202049292261)
 
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TEC 5 US ARMY WORLD WAR II ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Obituary - Sedan Times-Star - July 17, 2002 MR. DONALD HARPE Donald Victor Harpe, the youngest of four children was born August 1, 1915, at Peru, Kansas, the son of John Henry Harpe and Mary Emily (Hogue) Harpe. He attended the Peru schools, graduating in 1933, after which time he was employed in oil field and construction work. He was united in marriage to Minnie Vinette Darnall on February 25, 1941 at Pawhuska, Oklahoma with the couple enjoying 60 years of marriage prior to his wifes passing last year. To this union was born three children, William Lee Harpe, Donna Darlene Harpe Thomas and Ronald Eugene Harpe.Mr. Harpe served in the United States Army from 1941 to 1945 and was assigned to the 144th Mechanized Cavalry Reconnaissance Troop A. He was honorably discharged from the Army on November 15, 1945. The couple moved to Ponca City in 1950 where Mr. Harpe was employed with Conoco, retiring in 1978 as a unit operator in the lube division. He was a member of the First Assembly of God Church for almost 52 years where he had served as a deacon and was involved in the purchase of the current church property. He was also a member of the OCAW union. His enjoyments included fishing, traveling and hunting rocks, which he made into jewelry. He is survived by one son, Ronald E. Harpe and wife, Vicki, West Monroe, Louisiana, one daughter, Darlene Thomas and husband, Tony, Edmond, Oklahoma, 9 grandchildren and 12 great grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents, his wife, Minnie, on June 16, 2001, one son, William Lee Harpe in 1986, 3 sisters; Georgia Sims, Wilma Harpe and Havil Teehee. Casket bearers will be George Carnahan, Fred Haub, Gene Thomas, Bob Christenson, and Jim Greenhagen. Honorary casket bearers will be Julius Hocker, Jack Rush, John Radcliff and Kenneth Hodges. The family will be 1521 West Broadway, Ponca City. http://ksgennet.org/ks/cq/obits/obitsh.html 
Harpe, Donald Victor (I34554117706)
 
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TEC 5 US ARMY WORLD WAR II 
Watson, Melvin D (I202049116813)
 
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TEC 5 US ARMY WORLD WAR II 
Harper, Hollis William (I202079826330)
 
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The Eastern Oregonian,
Tuesday 9 Oct 1990
Pendleton, Oregon


OBITUARIES
ALICE JAYNET OLSSON
DOWNS, ILL. -- Alice Jaynet Olsson, 56, of Downs, died Sunday, Sept. 30, 1990, at her home. A memorial service was held at the Centennial Christian Church in Bloomington, Ill.
Mrs. Olsson was born June 1, 1934 at La Grande to Clyde and Ellie Smith Wilson. She grew up in Eastern Oregon and was a graduate of St. Anthony School of Nursing in Pendleton. On Oct. 5, 1956, she married Orbie D. Olsson at Pendleton.
She spent 12 years as a nurse for doctors Ben Hoopes and John Frisch before going to work as a public health nurse in 1981 and was promoted to position of coordinator for the Parents Too Soon program in 1983. In this capacity, she spearheaded the development of prenatal care and family planning services for teens in McLean County and facilitated implementation of similar service in DeWitt, Platt, and Logan counties. She served as program supervisor for the Teen Parent Program, a state funded initiative aimed at prevention of child abuse among children born to teen-age Parents. In 1988, she was promoted to supervisor of the Communicable Disease program.
She received many awards during her public health career, including the McLean County Health Department Employee of the Year Award in 1985 and in recognition of her professional expertise, Gov. James Thompson of Illinois Department of Public Health Family Planning Advisory Board in 1985. In 1989, she received March of Dimes recognition for her contributions to maternal and child care.
She served on many local and state advisory and coordinating boards, including the Committee of Adolescent Parent Service, the March of Dimes Professional Advisory Board, Teaming for Life Choices, and the board of the Illinois Association for Maternal and Child Health.
Survivors include her husband at the home, 308 Seminary, Downs, Ill,; son William Anthony Olsson of Mesquite, N.M.; daughter, Patricia Leigh Olsson of Bloomington, Ill.; a sister, Nellie Lou Hall of Florence, Ore., and two grandchildren.
Kibler-Smith Memorial Home Bloomington, Ill. was in charge of arrangements.

56 years, 3 months, 29 days 
Wilson, Alice Jaynet (I202101402441)
 
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Thomas married Emily Euseba Depee November 2, 1876 in Springfield, Missouri. Emily, born June 20, 1856, is a daughter of Aaron and Emily Jane Ferrell Depee. Online sources say that Emily Depee Quarles died in Fort Worth, Texas, June 9, 1920. Emily and Thomas separated when children John Robert and Goldie were young, I don't know if they divorced legally.

In the 1880 Dade County, Missouri Census Thomas and Emily live next door to his sister Margaret Tefertiller. His parents home is next to the Tefertillers. Their children are Rosa, 3, and Allevia, 1.

Sometime between 1893 and 1896 the family moved to Kansas.

The 1900 Palestine Township, Sumner County, Kansas Census lists Thomas H, 49, and wife Emily, 45, married 24 years, with 12 children, 10 of them living. Their children at home are as follows: William, born May, 1882; Jesse, November, 1884; Mary, May, 1888 (Married Jack W Mordy); Susan, February, 1891(Married Maurice Colpitts); Milly, May, 1893; (John)Robert, September, 1896; and Goldie, February, 1898. Children Robert and Goldie were born in Kansas, the rest in Missouri.

In the 1910, Union Street, Oswego City, Labette County, Kansas Census, Thomas, 59, lists no occupation, Emily, 54, is a "keeper" of a hotel. Children Robert and Goldie are at home.

Other known children are Rebecca(Ive), born September, 1880 (died 1913, married Lon Ball & Alonzo Hatten); Clovis, born March, 1886 and died in 1895; and Grover born August 6, 1895 and died young.

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Obituary

The Parsons Daily Sun, December 13, 1918--

TH Quarles a former resident of Oswego died at the home of his daughter Mrs. RO Lee at Fredonia, Kansas, Tuesday, December 10, at 12 noon. Death resulting from a complication of diseases.

Mr. Quarles had been a great sufferer from Brights Disease for a number of years and was always kind and patient. He made his home with his daughter, Mrs. JR Page, south of the city, but was taken ill while visiting his daughter in Fredonia.

He was 67 years, 9 months and 10 days old at the time of his death and leaves nine children. Six daughters: Mrs RO Lee, Fredonia, KS; Mrs Will Scott, Bellplain, KS; Mrs J (Jack)W Mordy, Springfield, MO; Mrs JM Feazell, Ranger, TX; Mrs Maurice Colpitts, Leavenworth, KS; and Mrs JR Page, southeast of Oswego, KS. Three sons: Will Quarles, living in Britsh Columbia; Jesse Quarles of Oswego, KS; and Robert Quarles, who is with the American forces in England.

The remains were brought to the home of his daughter, Mrs JR Page, where funeral services were held Thursday December 12, at 2:00, conducted by Rev. Bennett. Interment was made at Cherokee Cemetery. 
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Tomokichi Shimono and his wife Toki sailed from Yamaguchi, Japan to Hawaii on 17 June 1890 aboard the Sagami Maru.



http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=shimono&GSbyrel=all&GSdyrel=all&GSst=13&GScnty=542&GScntry=4&GSob=n&GRid=89550468&df=all&

http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=shimono&GSfn=toki&GSbyrel=all&GSdyrel=all&GSst=13&GScntry=4&GSob=n&GRid=117950686&df=all&

The ashes of Tomokichi and Toki Shimono were buried at Oahu Cemetery in Honolulu as well as the Alae Cemetery in Wainaku, Hawaii County, Hawaii.




27 January 1920 census of Kapaau Village, Hawaii County, HI, found the Shimono and Sewaki families living in dwelling #213. Ryojiro Sewaki said that he had immigrated to the United States in 1906. Toki Shimono said that she had immigrated to the United States in 1895:

Ryojiro Sewaki 33 Japan Japan Japan - Tailor, Tailor shop
Turu Sewaki 19 HI Japan Japan - Wife
Hiroko Sewaki 2 9/12 HI Japan HI - Daughter
Yokiko Sewaki 9/12 HI Japan HI - Daughter
Toki Simono 54 Japan Japan Japan - Mother-in-law, Widow
Kanji Simono 22 HI Japan Japan - Brother-in-law, Single, Laborer - Private family 
Aketa, Toki (I34554072841)
 
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TSGT US ARMY AIR FORCES WORLD WAR II 
Grant, Herbert A (I200043788304)
 
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TSGT Army Air Force crewman aboard the B-17 "Jackie Ellen". 
Riecke, TSGT August "Gus" (I200151869233)
 
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Twin to May.

http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=burns&GSiman=1&GScid=57002&GRid=125842672&



27 January 1920 census of Justice Precinct 2, Hale County, TX, found the Burns family living in dwelling #95:

Benjamin Burns 46 TX OH MO - Farmer
Rutha Burns 45 TX TX TX - Wife
Daisy Burns 21 TX TX TX - Daughter, Single
Goldie Burns 19 TX TX TX - Daughter, Single
Sallie Burns 17 TX TX TX - Daughter, Single
Bennie Burns 14 TX TX TX - Son
Vera Burns 12 TX TX TX - Daughter
May Burns 9 TX TX TX - Daughter
Fay Burns 9 TX TX TX - Daughter 
Burns, Fay (I34554099540)
 
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US Air Force veteran 
McCormack, Fred Joseph (I200044834612)
 
268 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I34554082190)
 
269 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I34554072217)
 
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US Presidential Cabinet Secretary. He served as the 44th US Secretary of the Interior during the administration of President Ronald Reagan from 1983 until 1985. Additionally, he served as President Reagan's National Security Advisor from 1982 until 1983.
Raised in Southern California, to a devout Irish-Catholic family, he had early aspirations of joining the priesthood, prior to pursuing a career in law. He studied at Stanford University and later attained his degree in Law from Loyola University. Clark also served with the United States Army Counter Intelligence Corps.
He commenced practicing law and was named to the Superior Court of California in 1969. In 1973, he became an associate judge on the California State Supreme Court and served at that capacity until 1981.
After serving as the 12th National Security Advisor, he succeeded the controversial James G. Watt as the Secretary of the Interior. During his tenure, Clark proved to be a positive influence with Congress and environmentalist groups. He reduced his predecessor's intentions to privatize federal land for development.
After leaving the government, he retired to his ranch in his native California. He died of complications from Parkinson's disease.
Bio by: C.S. 
Clark, William Patrick (I202091004620)
 
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Veteran US NAVY KOREA


Obituary -
George Leo Kowolik, 72, of Yuba City died Sept. 23, 2001, at Rideout Memorial Hospital. Born in Brooklyn, N.Y., he was a Yuba-Sutter resident for 30 years. He was employed with the Federal Aviation Administration as an electronic engineer for 30 years. He was a member of the Sons In Retirement of Yuba City, the Yuba City Moose Lodge and the Model Airplane Builders Club. In addition, he served in the U.S. Navy during the Korean War.

Survivors include his wife, two daughters, three stepsons, a brother, 13 grandchildren; and a great-grandchild.

Services: Visitation will be held from 4 to 7 p.m. Thursday at Ullrey Memorial Chapel. A funeral service will be conducted at 2 p.m. Friday, also at the chapel. The Rev. Chris Kersting of St. Andrew Presbyterian Church in Yuba City will officiate. Burial will take place in Sutter Cemetery.

Appeal Democrat Sept 25, 2001 (Names of Survivors Omitted) 
Kowolik, George Leo (I202077922526)
 
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War: Korean War

Rank: Sergeant
Service: U.S. Army
Service ID: 30125341
Notes:
Sergeant Kilar was a veteran of World War II. In Korea, he was a member of Company B, 1st Battalion, 5th Infantry Regimental Combat Team. He was listed as Missing in Action while fighting the enemy near Pongam-ni, South Korea on August 12, 1950. He was presumed dead on December 31, 1953.
Sergeant Kilar was awarded the Purple Heart, the Combat Infantryman's Badge, the Korean Service Medal, the United Nations Service Medal, the National Defense Service Medal, the Korean Presidential Unit Citation, the Korean War Service Medal and the World War II Victory Medal. 
Kilar, Sgt. Robert Ganhinhin (I202098354349)
 
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Washington Death Certificate
Name America D Parsons
Death date 18 Oct 1919
Death place Wenatchee, Chelan, Washington
Gender Female
Age at death 66 years
Estimated birth year 1853
Marital status Married
Spouse name Geo. R Parsons
Father name Geo. W Shaser
Mother name Margaret Packwood
Film number 1992538
Digital GS number 4220918
Image number 455
Reference number 158 
Shaser, America Dorcas (I200156844628)
 
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William enlisted in the Pennsylvania Infantry at the outbreak of the Revolutionary War. Private PS William Miller was with the 3rd Pennsylvania Brigade, 2nd Division, at Valley Forge, PA, from Dec 1777 to June 1778. His name appears on the Valley Forge Muster Roll Data Sheets under both Captain John Davis' Company and Captain Thomas L. Moore's Company. The 3rd Pennsylvania Brigade, which was organized in January and February of 1776 at Philadelphia, entered Valley Forge with 212 men assigned and 116 fit for duty and left Valley Forge with 194 men assigned and 107 fit for duty. Previous engagements included the defense of Canada, Lake Champlain, Northern New Jersey, the defense of Philadelphia and Philadelphia-Monmouth.

http://valleyforgemusterroll.org/muster.asp?id=PA04521

William also served at the Siege of Yorktown in 1781, to within a few days of the surrender of British General Lord Cornwallice, when he received word of the death of his father at Germantown, PA (now a subdivision of Philadelphia). He received a Leave of Absence to attend his father's funeral which was written on a sheet of blue tinted dispatch paper and signed "G. Washington, Commanding, American Forces".

After the war, he married Rachel Art. Several years later, after his mother died, he moved his family to Ohio and settled on the Miami River near Dayton. In 1816, he again moved his family to Illinois, crossing the Wabash River near Vincennes, IN, and settled at Hogues Prairie, near the present site of Russelville, IL. He died there in the Fall of 1818.

According to page 55 of "Pioneer Life in Dayton and Vicinity 1796-1840" by John F. Edgar, 1896, reprinted by Higgonson Book Company. (Higgonsonbooks.com), "John Miller came to Dayton in 1799. He was born in Pennsylvania, 30 December 1766 and died 17 October 1825. After his death, his family moved to Indiana or Illinois".

Page 85 states "The third term of court was held in June, 1804, and the following are extracts from the docket: Came a Grand Jury, to wit: John Gerard, James Gillespie, James Thompson, James Russel, Nathaniel Knotts, James Miller, Sr., Edmond Munger, John Bradford, James Scott, Michael Moyer, John Noop, Shadrach Hudson, and John Mikesell; found no bills".

Page 252 states "As early as 1805 the Rev William Robertson, Dr. John Elliot, William Miller, Benjamin Van Cleve, and John Folkerth secured from the Legislature an act of incorporation for the Dayton Library Association, the first act of the kind passed in Ohio. It was sustained by voluntary subscription and a fine assortment of books was collected for that day; but during 1835, when times were hard and money scarce, the subscriptions failed, and the library was sold at auction from the clerks office on September 12".

Note: John F. Edgar was the son of Robert Edgar, a settler who arrived during Daytons first year (1796). The author personally knew some of the original settlers, and was thus urged to write about the early days for the Dayton, Ohio centennial (1896).

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1818 census of Crawford County, IL, found William Miller and nine family members.

Notation on William and Rachael (Art) Miller appears on page 503 of "Portrait and Biographical Album of Coles County, Ill." Chicago: Chapman Brothers, 1887.------------------------------------https://www.daytonhistorybooks.com/page/page/3422169.htm 
Miller, William J. (I34554067965)
 
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WILLIAM R. CODY, furniture dealer, Morris, was born in Oneida County, N. Y., December 1, 1825, and received his education in his native State. He came to Illinois when eighteen years old, and settled in Lisbon, Kendall County, where he lived for six years, teaching school in various places in the county. He was first married to Miss Martha ROBSON, of Naperville, Ill.; October 10, 1854; she died June 28, 1855, and is buried in her native town. September 10, 1856, Mr. CODY was again married, this time to Miss Sarah M. CONANT, a native of New York, born December 17, 1835. They have had six children - two of whom are dead - Caroline, born August 24, 1857, died October 5, 1857; Nellie F., born December 21, 1858, married to N. C. DAVIS of Morris; Susan E., May 21, 1861, married to E. H. QUIGLEY, of Morris; Eddie, July 24, 1843, died November 5, 1870; Annie, born May 7, 1867; and Grace, September 12, 1876. Mr. and Mrs. CODY are members of the M. E. Church of Morris. He is now engaged in the furniture business, in partnership with N. C. DAVIS; place of business Nos. 94 and 96 Liberty street.[Source: "History of Grundy County, Illinois", Chicago: O. L. Baskin & Co., Historical Publishers, Lake Side Building, 1882] 
Cody, William Rudolphus (I202034563900)
 
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Winfield M. McCoy
Birth: 7 Aug 1849 in Georgia
Death: 3 May 1893
Burial: Cobb Cemetery, Christian, Missouri
Father: John McCoy Capt. b: 16 Jan 1820 in Hawkins Co., Tennessee
Mother: Elizabeth Jones b: 12 Mar 1827
Married: Josie Luttrell 
McCoy, Winfield M. (I202087645846)
 
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World War I Veteran 
Washoe, Arnold (I200099036104)
 
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World War IPFC Battery "C", Army Artillery Park, 1st Army, Presidio of San Francisco, California 
Jungwirth, Mathew S. (I202081719435)
 
279 1731, Ireland
Death: 1817
Rockbridge County
Virginia, USAJohn McClung was eleven years old when he immigrated from Ireland to America with his parents in 1742.John McClung was about twenty-two and Elizabeth Parks Alexander was about nineteen when they married in 1754 in Augusta County, Virginia.The S.A.R., Sons of the American Revolution record revealed John McClung was born in 1731 in Ireland. He was a Lieutenant in the Army and was an Indian Spy. John married Elizabeth Parks Alexander, He died in 1817 in Fairfield, Rockbridge County, Virginia.The record of the Virginia Militia in the Revolutionary War of November 7, 1780 revealed Lt. John McClung served under S. Wallace.Their known children:Margaret McClung (Tate)(b.1755 d.1839)
William McClung (b.1758 d.1811)
Rebecca McClung (b.1760)
John McClung (b.1762 d.1830)
Archibald McClung (b.1764 d.1848)
Phoebe McClung (b.1766 d.1815)
Joseph McClung (b.1775 d.1866)
They had been married about forty-eight years when Elizabeth died in 1802.John lived to about age 86.


Family links:
Spouse:
Elizabeth Parks Alexander McClung (1735 - 1802)

Children:
Joseph McClung (1775 - 1866)*
 
McClung, John (I202207925300)
 
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23 September 1850 census of Adams, Decatur County, IN, found the Redlin family living in dwelling #259:

Stephen Ridlin 62 ME - Farmer
Ann Ridlin 56 Unknown
Stephen Ridlin 21 IN - Not employed
Talbott Ridlin 16 IN - Farmer
Abrahem Ridlin 87 ME - Farmer




1860 census of Willow Hill, Jasper County, IL, found the Ridlen family living in dwelling #1501:

Stephen Ridlen 71 MA - Farmer
Ann Ridlen 68 PA



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Birth: Dec. 7, 1790
Death: Jan. 15, 1870

Inscription: "Age 79 years, 1 month, 8 days". Note Birth date calculated using death date and age. This entry was not placed here by myself, and obviously taken from the cemetery book as no headstone has been located.

She was born in South Huntington Twp, Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania; the daughter of James Belveal/Bellville and Ann Wilson.

She was united in marriage to Stephen Ridlen on December 27, 1813, in Campbell County, Kentucky. To this union, 8 known children were born: Cynthia Ann, Lydia M., John Stephen Ridlen, Ruth Ridlen, Abraham Ridlen, James Bellville Ridlen, Stephen Ridlen and Talbott Ridlen.

Burial: Todd Cemetery, Jasper County, Illinois, USA 
Belville, Ann (I34554072315)
 
281 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I34554098456)
 
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In his WWI Draft Registration Card dated 12 September 1918, Charles Mark Carlsen said that he was born 8 January 1882. He was living in Rosebud County, Montana, where he was self-employed as an undertaker. He listed Leila Myrtle Carlsen of Forsyth, Rosebud County, Montana, as his nearest relative.



3 April 1930 census of Spokane, Spokane County, WA, found Charles living in dwelling #1124 on Riverside Street:

Charles M. Carlsen 48 MN Norway Norway - Single, Embalmer - Mortuary


4 April 1940 census of Moscow, Latah County, ID, found the Carlsen family living at 317 South Jefferson Street. They said that they all lived in Spokane, Spokane County, WA, on 1 April 1935:

Charles M. Carlsen 51 MN - Completed 2 years of high school education, Director - Funeral home
Leah V. Carlsen 45 IN - Wife, Completed 2 years of high school education, Assistant - Funeral home
Billy E. Thompson 13 OR - Step-son, 7 years of education 
Carlsen, Charles Mark (I34554112183)
 
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Landon Bennett was born around 1809 in Hamilton County, Ohio, the son of John and Elizabeht McCullen Bennett. The family moved to Butler County in about 1830.

Elizabeth Grant was born in Butler County, Ohio on March 15, 1806, the daughter of Alexander and Mary Elizabeth Montgomery Grant. Landon and Elizabeth were married in Butler County on September 30, 1829.

They moved from Butler County, Ohio to Mercer County, Ohio in about 1836. Landon cleared and improved about 90 acres. He was a good hunter and trapper and depended upon those skills to supplement his farming. He served as township treasurere and justoce of the peace for several years. Early in his marriage, he also worked as a cooper, making barrels. From 1857 to 1861 he was the postmaster at Montezuma, Ohio.

Landon died at Montezuma on May 31, 1866. Elizabeth died on February 9, 1871. They are buried in Ellis Cemetary.

Reference: The Ancestors and Descendents of Goldsby Alaska Bennett and Ida Ellen Monore Bennett, Compiled by Jeanne Bennett Calvert 
Bennett, Landon (I34554122140)
 
284





Sarah Dunbar, wife of James Art, was the daughter of Andrew Dunbar and Deborah Mitchell who married in Winchester, Virginia in 1779.

The 1894 Portrait and Biographical Record of the Scioto Valley, Ohio contains a bio of David Dunbar, grandson of Andrew, and the article mentions Andrew's children....[see pages 218-221]...."...his children were as follows.....Sarah, wife of a Mr. Art, of Fleming county, Kentucky....."

Here is a link to the book at Google books [search for Dunbar]: http://books.google.com/books/about/Portrait_and_Biographical_Record_of_the.html?id=X9oyAQAAMAAJ Thought this might help someone in the future. 
Dunbar, Sarah (I34554069401)
 
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Historic Markers Across Alabama

Montgomery's First Election / Jonathan Coggswell Farley

Marker ID: AHA
Location: at the intersection of Dexter Avenue and South Hull Street, Montgomery, Alabama
County: Montgomery
Coordinates: N 32ʿ 22.663 W 086ʿ 18.214
32.37771666 -86.30356666
Style: Free Standing **
Waymark: WMDCX6




Text:
Montgomery's First Election
January 3, 1820

At this site, in Jonathan Coggswell Farley's store, an election was held to establish Montgomery's first government. The Alabama General Assembly, meeting in the capital at Huntsville, approved an act on December 3, 1819 to combine the communities of New Philadelphia and East Alabama into the new town of Montgomery. Named in the act to conduct and manage the election were Jonathan C. Farley, Walter B. Lucas, Ebenezer D. Washburn and Andrew Dexter.

Elected to the first town council were Nimrod E. Benson, William Graham, Clement Freeney, Ebenezer D. Washburn, John Goldthwaite, Rhodes L. Smith and Daniel Carpenter. They chose Graham as the first intendant (mayor).

Walter B. Lucas proposed that the new town be named for Gen. Richard Montgomery, the Revolutionary War hero.



Jonathan Coggswell Farley
1798-1864


Farley acquired two lots on this site in 1817. Here he build the town's first frame store and first frame two-story building, his house. In Farley's store, an election was held January 3, 1820 to create Montgomery's first governing body. Farley and three others were named in an act of the Alabama General Assembly to conduct and manage this first election.

Farley was born in Ipswich, Massachusetts in 1798. About 1816, he sailed from Portland, Maine to the port of Mobile then proceeded to Ft. Jackson (Toulouse) to establish a trading post. Coming to Montgomery, he opened the town's second store. He served as foreman of the first Grand Jury and, later, moved to a plantation outside town near Cross Keys.

The town's first newspaper, The Montgomery Republican, also occupied his store.

Erected 2000 by Alabama Historical Association.

http://www.lat34north.com/historicmarkersal/MarkerDetail.cfm?KeyID=51-077&MarkerTitle=Montgomery%27s%20First%20Election%20%2F%20Jonathan%20Coggswell%20Farley 
Farley, Jonathan Cogswell (I34554101345)
 
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Obituary -

Stanley Glen Bingham


Stanley Glen Bingham, 56, of Redway, passed away Nov. 1, 2004, due to complications of adult respiratory distress syndrome.

There will be a private family memorial.

Born in Bermuda, he resided in Vacaville most of his life. He recently moved to Redway to manage the Brass Rail Inn with his wife, Mona. He graduated from Vanden High School in 1966. He loved music, writing and playing the guitar with his son, Josh. He was an avid sports fan. He loved white water rafting and was a great cook. He was a loving husband, father, son and brother.

He is survived by his parents, William and Charlotte Bingham of Fairfield; wife, Mona Bingham of Redway; son, Josh of Vacaville; brother and sister-in-law, Greg and Terry Bingham of Dixon; brother and sister-in-law, Doug and Gayle Bingham of Salem, Ore.; sister and brother-in-law, Vickie and Larry Harris of Dixon; and nieces and nephews, Daniel, Lisa and Braydon Bingham of Grass Valley, Dustin and Sara Bingham of Sacramento, Lydia Bingham of Sacramento and Kyle Bingham of Salem, Ore.

Visit the online guest book at www.thereporter.com.

Published in The Reporter on Nov. 6, 2004

- See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/thereporter/obituary.aspx?n=stanley-glen-bingham&pid=2790737#sthash.W97va01H.dpuf 
Bingham, Stanley Glen (I34554098983)
 
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Margarete is the daughter of Simon Peter Kettering and Martha Virginia Donnell. She was married to:
1st - Harry Feldon Parker - 1928 (div. 1937)
2nd - Henry Gottlieb Eichhorn - 1945


Margarete's family consisted of 8 siblings and 4 half siblings. They include:

Half siblings by her father Simon Kettering and his 1st wife, Catherine Elizabeth Dilscher:
-Catherine "Katie" (Abt 1875- ? )
-Charles Henry (1878-1965)

Half siblings by her father Simon Kettering and his 2nd wife, Laura Amanda Weaver (1859-1887):
-Laura Pearl Brodie (1885-1970)
-Peter Simon (1987-1963)

Siblings by her father Simon Kettering and his 3rd wife, Martha Virginia "Mattie" Donnell (1871-1926):
-Hazel Dell Donnelly (1894-1950)
-Glenn Adam (1898-1967)
-Donnell Van Cleave (1899-1899)
-Mary Melissa Weller (1902-1968)
-Joseph Paul (1904-1904)
-Burland DuMars (1906-1974)
-John Arthur (1909-1982)
-Paul (1911-1911)



Summit County Ohio Marriage Records, 1927-1928, Volumes 53, Number 53, page 481
-Bride: Margarete V Kettering
-Age: 23 as of 3 Feb 1928
-Birthplace: Sharon, Pa.
-Residence: Akron, Ohio
-Occupation: Clerk
-Previously Married: No
-Father: Simon P Kettering
-Mother: Martha V Donnell

-Groom: Harry F Parker
-Age: 34 as of 22 Non 1928
-Birthplace: Arcadia, Va.
-Residence: Akron, Ohio
-Occupation: Policeman
-Previously Married: No
-Birth Date: 22 Nov 1894
-Father: Walter Parker
-Mother: Lillian McKinney
-Marriage Date: 13 Jan 1928
-Marriage Place: Summit County, Ohio



Margarete and Harry Parker are known to have 1 child. He is:
-Harry Raymond (1932-1995)

Summit County Ohio Marriage Records, 1945, Volume 102 , Number 53, page 153
-Bride: Margarete K Parker
-Age: 40 as of 3 Feb 1945
-Birthplace: Sharon, Pa.
-Residence: Akron, Ohio
-Occupation: PBX Operator
-Previously Married: Once, Divorced
-Father: Simon P Kettering
-Mother: Martha Donnell

-Groom: Henry G Eichhorn
-Age: 44 as of 10 Sep 1944
-Birthplace: Hardin County, Ill
-Residence: Detroit, Mich
-Occupation: Automotive Specialist
-Previously Married: Twice, Divorced
-Father: Henry Eichhorn
-Mother: Annie Herter
-Marriage Date: 20 Mar 1945
-Marriage Place: Summit, Ohio

Florida Death Index, 1877-1998
-Name: Margarete K Eichhorn
-Gender: Female
-Death Date: 4 Jun 1989
-Age at Death: 84
-Birth Date: 3 Feb 1905
-Death Place: Pinellas County, Florida

Social Security Death Index
-Name: Margarete K. Eichhorn
-Last Residence: Saint Petersburg, Pinellas County, Florida
-Born: 3 Feb 1905
-Died: 4 Jun 1989 
Kettering, Margarete Virginia (I34554097558)
 
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See also: https://archive.org/details/colescounty00chap Page 503

Portrait and biographical album of Coles County, Illinois : containing full page portraits and biographical sketches of prominent and representative citizens of the county, together with portraits and biographies of all the governors of Illinois, and of the presidents of the United States (1887) 
Johnson, John (I34554107532)
 
289




11 July 1850 census of Norwalk, Huron County, OH, found the Case family living in dwelling #32:

Abraham Case 43 NY - Farmer
Lydia Case 43 NY



28 July 1860 census of Lockport, St. Joseph County, MI, found the Case family living in dwelling #1240:

Abraham Case 53 NY - Farmer
Lydia Case 53 NY 
Case, Lydia (I34554100459)
 
290




13 September 1870 census of Sugar Creek, Benton County, AR, found the Warren family living in dwelling #266:

William Warren 21 TN - Farmer
Catharine 27 TN
Mary 1 AR



3 June 1880 census of Sugar Creek, Benton County, AR, found the Warren family living in dwelling #37:

W. B. Warren 32 TN TN TN - Farmer
C. M. 37 TN TN TN - Wife
Mary S. 11 AR TN TN - Daughter
F. M. 9 AR TN TN - Son
Martha B. 6 AR TN TN - Daughter
G. W. 4 AR TN TN - Son
Allen L. 2 AR TN TN - Son
Unnamed 2/12 AR TN TN - Daughter, Born March 1880


7 June 1900 census of Sugar Creek, Benton County, AR, found the Warren family living in dwelling #66. Warren and Catherine said that they had been married 34 years and 9 of their 10 children were still living:

W. H. Warren 7/1847 50 TN TN TN - Farmer
C. M. 7/1843 56 TN TN TN
G. W. 10/1875 24 AR TN TN - Farm laborer
A. L. 12/1877 22 AR TN TN - Farm laborer
Hattie 4/1870 30 AR TN TN
Lula 12/1882 17 AR TN TN
J. L. 10/1886 13 AR TN TN - Farm laborer
Claudis 4/1888 12 AR TN TN - Farm laborer 
Warren, William Bonaparte (I34554084416)
 
291




14 April 1930 census of Anderson, Benton County, AR, found the Kirby family living in dwelling #101, next door to son Marshall Kirby and family in dwelling #102. Lafayette and Elizabeth said that they were first married at ages 21 and 15 respectively:

H. Lafayette Kirby 78 AR US US - Farming
Elizabeth Kirby 71 TX US US - Wife
Lucy N. Perkins 46 AR AR TX - Daughter, Widow
Leota F. Perkins 19 AR MO AR - Grand daughter, Single
Lucille A. Perkins 19 AR Mo AR - Grand daughter, Single 
Kirby, Lafayette H. (I34554113262)
 
292




18 July 1870 census of Eel River, Humboldt County, CA, found the Lane family living in dwelling #60:

A. W. Lane 59 NC - Farmer
Harriet 50 KY
George 14 CA
Jenneta 12 CA
Frank 10 CA
Charles 8 CA


1 June 1880 census of Hydesville, Humboldt County, CA, found the Lane family living in dwelling #13:

Harriet N. Lane 58 KY VA VA - Widow, Owns farm
Thomas H. Lane 28 CA NC KY - Son, Single, Works on farm 
Trower, Harriet N. (I34554117579)
 
293




19 June 1900 census of Glenco, Payne County, OK, found newlyweds Albert and wife Rebecca living in dwelling #194. Albert and Rebecca said that they had been married less than a year and had no children:

Albert Sterling 6/1873 26 KS IN IL
Rebecca E. 7/1869 30 IA IN IA 
Quinnett, Rebecca Ellen (I34554068973)
 
294 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I34554099404)
 
295 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I34554099405)
 
296




24 April 1930 census of Chicago, Cook County, IL, found the Mohr family living at 1800 Larrabee Street, near to father Jacob Mohr and family at 1802 Larrabee Street. Stanton and Helen said that they were first married at ages 18 and 20 respectively:

Stanton Mohr 22 IL IL IL - Chauffeur, Taxi
Helen Mohr 24 IL IL IL - Wife
Stanton Mohr 2 1/12 IL IL IL - Son
Eileen Mohr 3/12 IL IL IL - Daughter




17 April 1940 census of Chicago, Cook County, IL, found the Mohr family living at 4126 Sacramento Street. They said that they lived at the same place on 1 April 1935:

Jacob Mohr 61 IL - 3 years of education, No employment
Josephine M. Mohr 60 IL - Wife, 7 years of education
Stanton J. Mohr 32 IL - Son, Married, 8 years of education, Chauffeur - Private family
Helen Mohr 33 IL - Daughter-in-law, 4 years of education
John S. Mohr 12 IL - Nephew, 4 years of education
Eileen J. Mohr 10 IL - Niece, 3 years of education
Richard Mohr 8 IL - Nephew, 1 year of education
James Mohr 7 IL - Nephew
Charles Mohr 3 IL - Grandson 
Maloney, Helen (I34554099406)
 
297




25 June 1900 census of Township 24 N Range 20 E, Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory, found the Mantooth family living in dwelling #69, next door to Mary's mother Sarah Garbarino and family in dwelling #68. William and Mary said that they had been married 7 years and all 4 of their children were still living:

William Mantooth 7/1859 40 MO TN TN - Farmer, White
Mary Mantooth 4/1863 37 MO Italy OK - Wife, Indian
Edna Mantooth 5/1893 7 OK MO MO - Daughter, Indian
Kate Mantooth 11/1894 5 OK MO MO - Daughter, Indian
Sallie Mantooth 2/1896 4 OK MO MO - Daughter, Indian
Susie Mantooth 2/1900 3/12 OK MO MO - Daughter, Indian
Martha Garbrino 9/1865 34 OK Italy OK - Sister-in-law, Single, Indian



20 Jan 1920 census of Township 8, Craig County, OK, found the McKisick family living in dwelling #162:

Greer McKisick 28 OK AR AR - Farmer
Kathereine G. 24 OK KS OK
Edgar G. 5 OK OK OK
Lillian A. 4 OK OK OK


15 April 1930 census of Township 8, Craig County, OK, found the McKissick family living in dwelling #145. Greer and Kate said that they were first married at ages 20 and 18 respectively. The census also noted that Kate and her 2 children were of mixed-blood Cherokee ancestry:

Greer McKissick 39 AR AR AR - Farmer
Kate 35 OK
Edgar 15 OK - Farm laborer
La Dona 14 OK - Farm laborer (this is probably Lillian)



6 April 1940 census of Beaty, Delaware County, OK, found the McKissick family living in dwelling #31. They said that they lived at the same place on 1 April 1935:

Kate McKissick 45 OK - Head, Widow, Completed 1 year of high school education, Farm laborer
Edgar G. McKissick 25 OK - Son, Single, Completed 4 years of high school education, Farmer
Ladonna McKissick 24 OK - Daughter, Single, Completed 3 years of high school education, Farm laborer 
Mantooth, Catherine Garbarino (I34554072117)
 
298




25 June 1900 census of Township 24 N Range 20 E, Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory, found the Mantooth family living in dwelling #69, next door to Mary's mother Sarah Garbarino and family in dwelling #68. William and Mary said that they had been married 7 years and all 4 of their children were still living:

William Mantooth 7/1859 40 MO TN TN - Farmer, White
Mary Mantooth 4/1863 37 MO Italy OK - Wife, Indian
Edna Mantooth 5/1893 7 OK MO MO - Daughter, Indian
Kate Mantooth 11/1894 5 OK MO MO - Daughter, Indian
Sallie Mantooth 2/1896 4 OK MO MO - Daughter, Indian
Susie Mantooth 2/1900 3/12 OK MO MO - Daughter, Indian
Martha Garbrino 9/1865 34 OK Italy OK - Sister-in-law, Single, Indian 
Mantooth, Susan (I34554102211)
 
299




25 June 1900 census of Township 24 N Range 20 E, Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory, found the Mantooth family living in dwelling #69, next door to Mary's mother Sarah Garbarino and family in dwelling #68. William and Mary said that they had been married 7 years and all 4 of their children were still living:

William Mantooth 7/1859 40 MO TN TN - Farmer, White
Mary Mantooth 4/1863 37 MO Italy OK - Wife, Indian
Edna Mantooth 5/1893 7 OK MO MO - Daughter, Indian
Kate Mantooth 11/1894 5 OK MO MO - Daughter, Indian
Sallie Mantooth 2/1896 4 OK MO MO - Daughter, Indian
Susie Mantooth 2/1900 3/12 OK MO MO - Daughter, Indian
Martha Garbrino 9/1865 34 OK Italy OK - Sister-in-law, Single, Indian 
Mantooth, Edna (I34554102212)
 
300




25 June 1900 census of Township 24 N Range 20 E, Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory, found the Mantooth family living in dwelling #69, next door to Mary's mother Sarah Garbarino and family in dwelling #68. William and Mary said that they had been married 7 years and all 4 of their children were still living:

William Mantooth 7/1859 40 MO TN TN - Farmer, White
Mary Mantooth 4/1863 37 MO Italy OK - Wife, Indian
Edna Mantooth 5/1893 7 OK MO MO - Daughter, Indian
Kate Mantooth 11/1894 5 OK MO MO - Daughter, Indian
Sallie Mantooth 2/1896 4 OK MO MO - Daughter, Indian
Susie Mantooth 2/1900 3/12 OK MO MO - Daughter, Indian
Martha Garbrino 9/1865 34 OK Italy OK - Sister-in-law, Single, Indian 
Mantooth, Sarah (I34554102213)
 

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