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Obituary -
DaVon Leaf "Bonnie" Byrd, 90, Augusta, retired Mobil Oil employee passed away, Wednesday, Nov. 3, 2010, at Lakepoint of Augusta.
Visitation will be held from 6-8 p.m. this evening, at Dunsford-Zeiner Funeral Home, Augusta. Graveside services will be at 11 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 7, at Elmwood Cemetery, Augusta.
Bonnie was born May 8, 1920 to Harry and Jennie (Leaf) Byrd in Gordon, Kan. He graduated from Leon High School and served in the U.S. Army during WWII. He married Thelma Mauk in 1946. She passed away April 25, 1993 in Augusta. Bonnie loved to fish, collect arrowheads and was a wonderful stone carver. He married Margaret "Marge" Marie (Bruner) Behnke on June 17, 1994 in Augusta.
His survivors include: his wife, Marge of the home; step-son Mark Fitzgerald of Memphis, Tenn.; step-daughter, Sharon Blessing of Tulsa, Okla.; four step-grandchildren; one step-great-grandson and many nieces and nephews.
He was also preceded in death by his sister, Evelyn Carney and a niece, Caron Kofoid-Gant.
Memorials to Amedisys Hospice or the Church of Christ in Augusta in care of the funeral home. -
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Byrd, DaVon Leaf "Bonnie" (I200142533746)
 
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Obituary -
Harold Gene Ping, 87, of Wilmington, passed away peacefully on May 10, 2013, at New Hanover Regional Medical Center.
Gene was born in Mattoon, Illinois, October 25, 1925, son of the late Charles P. and Sarah S. Ping. Preceding him in death were his siblings; Ray, Gleason, Charles, Virginia, and his twin sister, Gerry.
Gene was a World War II veteran having served his country in the U.S. Navy aboard LST 808 in the Pacific. His ship was on the beach near the base of Iwo Jima allowing him to witness one of the greatest moments of WWII – the raising of our Flag on Iwo Jima. The ship was later torpedoed at IE Shima. They also participated in the Okinawa campaign. He remained close to those who served with him and was instrumental in organizing their reunions for many years. Following the war he continued working for the U.S. Navy as a transportation specialist until his retirement in January, 1981.
Gene is survived by his loving and devoted wife, Rhoda S. Ping and their children; Tom, wife Alecia; Cheryl, husband Tom; Doug, wife Jeannie; Mike, wife Irene; Tim, wife Vickie; and Carroll, husband Fred. Grandchildren; Darrell, Michael L., Ricky, Kristin, Erin, Sarah, Tim, Mike S., Matt, Jamie, Denise, Michelle, Mike S. and Ashley, as well as the many loving great-grandchildren, great-great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews too many to count.
The family wishes to thank the staff at NHRMC for the wonderful care provided to Gene in his final days. In addition the family wishes to give special thanks to Judi O'Hara from Home Instead Senior Services for all the wonderful care and support she has provided and will continue to provide to the family.
Visitation will be held from 1:00 pm until 2:00 p.m. Monday, May 13, 2013, at Andrews Mortuary, 1617 Market Street, Wilmington. The funeral service will be held at 2:00 p.m. at the Market Street Chapel. The graveside burial will be at Greenlawn Memorial Park, 1311 Shipyard Blvd., Wilmington, immediately following the funeral service. 
Ping, Harold Gene (I200141428284)
 
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Obituary -
JOHN DALE KING

John Dale King, 50, died Friday evening in Tulsa.

Memorial services will be held at 10:00 A.M., Tuesday in the Stumpff Funeral Home Chapel with Pastor Eric Linville of the Ramona Friends Church officiating.

John Dale King was born on June 9, 1961 at Bartlesville the son of John Thomas and Jean Earlene (Freeman) King. He was raised in Ochelata and graduated from Caney Valley High School with the Class of 1979. He married Diane Davis on September 19, 1996 in Bartlesville. He had worked as a truck driver and later was a Master Carpenter. He loved to fish and go camping.

John Dale is survived by his wife Diane King of the home, one daughter Ashley Conduff of the home, his father, John Thomas King of Ochelata, two sisters, Jennine Kitchens of Wister, Oklahoma and Jana Harder of Bartlesville. He was preceded in death by his mother and one sister Frances Jolene King 
King, John Dale (I202093003973)
 
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Obituary -
June 12, 1914 - September 15, 2012 MIDWEST CITY Stanley Alonzo White was born June 12, 1914 in Cheyenne, OK to the late David & Buelah May (Matthews) White. Stanley retired after 32 years from Tinker Air Force Base. He was a WWII Navy Veteran and loved working on cars & gardening. He was also a longtime member of Country Estates Baptist Church. In addition to his parents, Stanley was preceded in death by his loving wife, Rosa Belle; brothers, Clois "Pete" & Winfred White; and sister, Dorothy Onstott. Stanley is survived by his sons & daughters-in-law, David L. & Andrea White, Danny & Barbee White, and William E. & Dorothy White; 8 grandchildren, 15 great grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. Graveside services 10:00 a.m. Thursday, Sept. 20, 2012, Arlington Memory Gardens, MWC.

.Published in The Oklahoman on September 19, 2012 
White, Stanley Alonzo (I34554112599)
 
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Obituary -
Mrs. Verla Thomas 90, of 301 E Morgan St in Newton, died January 31, 1977. Mrs Thomas was born Nov 2, 1896 in Jasper County, a daughter of Sam and Eva (Freeman) Portlock. She married Ky Edward Thomas who preceded her in death. She is survived by a son, Harold of Palm Springs Cal, a brother Floyd Portlock of Newton and 1 granddaughter. 
Portlock, Verla M (I200081969876)
 
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Obituary -
Name:Taylor
Gender:Male
Death Age:78
Birth Date:10 Mar 1933
Birth Place:Seminole, Seminole, Oklahoma, USA
Death Date:18 Feb 2012
Obituary Date:21 Feb 2012
Newspaper Place:Lewisville, Texas, USA
Spouse:Donna
Parents:Harry Taylor
Children:Ray Taylor and wife, Donna of The Colony, Texas, Billy Taylor and wife, Teresa of Caddo Mills, Texas
Siblings:Morris Taylor and wife, Lodus of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; Roberta Roberts and husband, Lendell of Midwest City, Oklahoma 
Sizemore, Taylor Jr (I34554125909)
 
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Obituary -
The Alliance Review, Alliance OH Monday 18 Sep 1916

Damascus, O., Sept. 18 -- Word has been received of the death of Mrs. (Mr.) Moses Votaw, who died at Asotan, Washington, a few days ago, aged about 85 years. For many years he was a resident of Damascus. 
Votaw, Moses (I202059102107)
 
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Obituary -
The News-Gazette
Champaign-Urbana, IL
Monday, April 28, 2003
p. B2

Margaret Miller

DANFORTH - Funeral services for Margaret Ellen Miller, 92, of Danforth will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Knapp Funeral Home, 115 W. Seminary St., Onarga.

The Rev. Charles Shelquist will officiate.

Burial will be in Onarga Cemetery.

Visitation will be from 12:30 to 2 p.m. Wednesday at the funeral home.

Mrs. Miller died Saturday (April 26, 2003) at Prairieview Nursing Home, Danforth.

She was born Jan. 6, 1911, in Leetsdale Heights, Pa., a daughter of Frederick and Emma Kahl Troeger.

She married Murray Lincoln Miller on June 27, 1934, in Ambridge, Pa. He died June 6, 1991.

Survivors include a son, James Parks Miller of Onarga; a daughter, Nancy Ann Miller of Bloomington; three grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; and a sister, Sarah Walker of Aliquippa, Pa.

She was preceded in death by a brother and two sisters.

Mrs. Miller and her husband operated counseling clinics in Normal and Peoria. She also worked for the Illinois Agriculture Association in Bloomington. Before she married, she worked in Ambridge, Pa., public schools.

She was a member of the Onarga United Methodist Church, Illinois State University Annuitants Association, Normal Improvement League, BroMenn Service League, Lincoln Club and Rotary Anns. She was a volunteer for numerous service organizations in Bloomington and Normal.

Memorials may be made to the McLean County Center for Human Services or Prairieview Lutheran Home.
Burial:
Onarga Cemetery
Onarga
Iroquois County
Illinois, USA 
Troeger, Margaret Ellen (I200083784339)
 
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Obituary - Imperial Valley Press - Nov 29 2001
Funeral arrangements are pending for M.V. Inglet, 86, a former Holtville resident who died Saturday in his home in Modesto.

Born in Texas, Mr. Inglet grew up on a farm south of Holtville. He was a member of Holtville Nazarene Church and attended Holtville Grammar School and Holtville High School.

The Inglet family operated a farm equipment and land-leveling business and leveled much of the land around Holtville. The five Inglet children worked in the business and often rode horses to school.

Survivors include his wife, Georgia, a brother, Lonnie, and a step-daughter, Nancy (Vineyard) Witham, all of Modesto, and a sister, Laura Mae White of Dunsmuir. 
Inglet, Marian V (I202064012920)
 
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Obitury -


Dodge City---
Gus Joseph Crump, 100, died October 10,1015 at Brookdale Senior Living, Dodge City,Ks. He was born on August 2,1915 in Walsenburg,CO.,the son of Joseph and Sophia (Fartarel) Crump.

Gus attended school in Walsenburg, CO. and graduated in 1933. In 1938, he married Irene McAllister. They later divorced. After working various jobs in Colorado, he moved to Dodge City and worked at the new Silver Spur Lodge owned by J.L.Hart. Five years later he went to work as the Office Manager for Dr. B.C.Champlin at the Dodge City Veterinary Clinic and worked there for 20 years.

On August 6,1962, he married Mildred Le(Harvey) Hoover. She preceded him in death on August 31,2003.

He was a member of the First United Methodist Church of Dodge City. He was a very active member in the community, serving as the past President of the Boot Hill Saddle Club, past President of the Kansas Western Horsemen's Association, member of the Board of Directors of the National Little Britches Rodeo Association and President of the Coronado Car Club of Dodge City. Gus also served as a Deputy Marshal of the Dodge City Marshals Posse, holding badge Number 2 under the leadership of former Marshal of Dodge City,Kenneth House. As Deputy Marshal he was honored to meet President John F. Kennedy in Dodge City and was invited, along with the Posse, to ride in his Inaugural Parade in Washington, D.C. He was instrumental in establishing the Dodge City's Little Britches Rodeo in the early 1960's and the Dodge City Roundup Rodeo. In 2011 Gus was inducted into the Dodge City Round Up Hall of Fame.

Gus is survived by two brothers, Lee Crump of Walsenburg and Bill Crump of Lander, WY; two sons,Larry Crump and wife Janet of Pueblo West,CO and Gary Crump and wife Dorothy of Pueblo West,CO; two step daughters, Lana Gaye Hoover of Seattle,WA and Pamela Burnside-Hoover of West Plains, MO. He is survived by five grandchildren, eight great grandchildren, five great great grandchildren and three great great great grandchildren. Gus is preceded in death by his parents; wife, Mildred and granddaughter, Andrea Brush-Hoover. Gus was also a Special Grandpa to Michelle Smith and her family of Dodge City,Kansas.

Funeral service will be held Thursday,October 15,2015 at 10:00 a.m. at the First United Methodist Church, Dodge City with Rev.Jerre Nolte presiding.

The family suggests donations to the Ford County Humane Society in care of Ziegler Funeral Chapel, 1901 N. 14th Avenue, Dodge City,Kansas 67801. 
Crump, Gus Joseph (I202103352521)
 
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Rachel Miller (age 45+) appeared as the head of household in the 1820 census of Crawford County, IL, (page 44) with one male child under 10, one male child aged 10-15, two males aged 16-25 (probably John and James, both aged 20 and unmarried), three female children under 10 and one female child aged 10-15.


14 Dec 1850 census of St. Marie, Jasper County, IL, found Rachel living with her daughter Rachel Eaton and family in dwelling #277:

Absolom Eaton 45 IL
Rachel 38 IL
John 16 IL
William 5 IL
Mary 2 IL
Joshua Miller 45 IL
Rachel Miller 73 IN


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Newton Press -
Petition to Sell Lands of the June term of the Jasper County Court.

Samuel B. Todd, Administrator of the Estate of Samuel E. Miller, deceased, vs John Price and Jane Price his wife, Thomas Miller, Robert A. Miller, John Miller, Absalom Eaton and Rachel Eaton, his wife, Spear Allison and Belinda Allison his wife, Nancy Miller, Rachel Miller, Thomas K. Miller, William Miller, John Miller, Rachel Doty and John R. Eaton, Defendants...and all others interested...at the said June Term A.D. 1855...Jasper County...holden at Newton, on the Third Monday in June Next. Dated April 17, 1855 Samuel B. Todd, Administrator

[ http://genealogytrails.com/ill/cumberland/newtonpress.html ] 
Art, Rachael (I34554069297)
 
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The eldest daughter of George W. Griffin (of Pennslyvania) and Annick Tipsah (a native of Requa), Myr was one of four daughters born to this couple before George's early death. She was raised by George's partner, Robert Swan.

She became the second wife of Frank Leslie Hufford, marrying in Eureka, California on 18 June 1892.

There were eight children born to this couple (in addition to the two children born from his previous marriage to Ella Montgomery).

Children:
Ida E. Hufford (2nd wife of John Francis)
Blanche Hufford (1st wife of John Francis)
Elva Hufford (died at age 12)
Walter George Hufford (1902-1972)
Lavina E. Hufford (Mrs. Alcorn, then Mrs. Vaughn)
Leslie Frank Hufford
Elmer Hufford
Kenneth O. Hufford

Siblings:
Ola Griffin (b. 1876), wife of William Lyons
Ida Griffin (b. 17 Oct 1878), wife of Frank P. Perry, then Luther McBride
Fay Griffin (1882-1982), wife of Winthrop Aldrich 
Griffin, Myr L (I200152971051)
 
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ULYSSES JESSE NOE was born in Marysville, Iowa, November 20, 1867, the son of Eli and Phoebe A. (Brown) Noe, natives respectively of Ohio. and Indiana, who were farmers in Iowa. In 1869 they crossed the plains with their two little sons, coming overland with ox teams to California, the journey being fraught with many hardships and privations. Arriving at their destination, Humboldt county, the father bought a farm at Table Bluff, which he operated until 1882, when he sold the place and removed to Clackamas county, Ore. After farming there for twenty years he returned to Humboldt county, but spent only four years there when he moved to Oregon once more, residing on a farm at Woodburn. The mother had passed away in Eureka.

Eli and Phoebe A. Noe had a family of six children, four of whom are living, Ulysses being the oldest of all. His childhood was spent on the farm at Table Bluff and he received his education in the public schools. When fifteen years of age he began working in the woods, packing water for the log roads. During the eighteen months he worked at this occupation he picked up and became an adept water clinger, wetting the log roads. This was very particular work, and he soon became so proficient at it that he was considered one of the best and most thorough at the occupation to be found in the county and he was never at a loss for a good position. Having saved considerable money he determined to engage in business for himself and purchased a ranch near Elk River Corners, where he started the Excelsior dairy. On his place of one hundred thirty acres he maintained a hero of thirty-five cows, having a retail milk route in Eureka for the sale of this product and meeting with deserved success. However, in 1905, wishing to retire, he sold his route and lands and purchased considerable property in Eureka, where he has since made his home. For the last five years he has filled the position of engineer and janitor at the Franklin school.

Mr. Noe's first marriage occurred in Missouri, to Stella Townsend, a native of that state, whose death occurred in Eureka. She left two children, Myrtle, a trained nurse in Portland, Ore., and Glen, who makes his home in Eureka. Mr. Noe was married a second time, being united with Mrs. Celia (Moxon) Hayden, a native of Woodstock, Ontario, Canada. By her first marriage Mrs. Noe has one child, Gordon, who is with the Red Cross Drug Company, Eureka. While on the ranch Mr. Noe served as trustee of the Bucksport school district for twelve years, being clerk of the board most of the time. He was made a Mason in Humboldt Lodge No. 79, F. & A. M., and with his wife is a member of Camelia Chapter, O. E. S. He is also a member of Humboldt Lodge No. 77, I. 0. 0. F., being a past grand and is also a member of the Encampment and the Canton of Odd Fellows. Politically he has always been an ardent adherent to Republican principles.


http://www.cagenweb.com/humboldt/bios/Humb.1025-1290.htm 
Noe, Ulysses Jesse (I200155046426)
 
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Who's who at Mountain View
The captains Amesbury, who sailed the Seven Seas
By Barbara F. Dyer | Nov 04, 2012
Amesbury is a very familiar name in Rockport (once part of Camden) and four of that family were captains who chose Mountain View Cemetery as their final resting place. The captains were all once employed by Carleton, Norwood Co., as masters of ships owned by that company. Beginning with Capt. Jabez Alexander Amesbury, who was born in January 1800 on North Fox Island (now called North Haven) and he followed the sea until 1840. He was master of several sailing vessels hailing from Camden, Rockland and other Penobscot Bay ports.
He married Mary Thomas and they had the following children: Thomas, Oliver, Winthrop, Helen, Horatio, Edwin, Sarah, Jabez Jr. and Augusta. Some of their sons were the most prominent and successful sea captains, who also commanded the finest and largest American ships.
Jabez bought a farm in Goose River (now Rockport), where he lived until his death in 1845. He was a prominent Mason, who received the 33 degrees of the Scottish Rite. At the time of his death he was collecting pensions for widows of the Revolutionary War soldiers.
Capt. Stanley Amesbury was Jabez’s grandson, and the son of Jabez Jr. Capt. Stanley was born in Rockport on Aug. 12, 1868, and married Frances Brastow. In 1894, and for a number of years, he served as chief officer with his father. Then he became master of the bark Adolph Obrig, built in 1881 in Rockport by Carleton, Norwood Co. It was 208.2 feet long by 38.6 feet wide by 23 feet deep. It was owned by Carleton, Norwood Co., and its call letters were JVNC and 106021. It had a billet head and square stern. Everett Staples was the first master in 1882, and Capt. Stanley Amesbury took the helm in 1901.
Capt. Stanley made many voyages to the Far East very successfully until 1904. He then went on as master of a large steel ship of Standard Oil Company, called the ACME. He had just taken on the job a short while before his death on Jan. 22, 1905.
What I found most interesting were several newspaper reports about the Adolph Obrig.
The first one was in the New York Times, dated March 16, 1885, when Capt. Stanley Amesbury was the master. The headlines were “Four Deaths from a Mysterious Disease on the bark OBRIG.” Then it states the bark had arrived from Calcutta and lost four crew members, when a few days out, from the mysterious disease. Symptoms resembled those of cholera, but Capt. Amesbury did not think it could be, as only four of the crew got sick and died during that trip. When they first arrived in Calcutta six months before, the crew was nearly all in debt to the captain due to heavy advances they had received; then they deserted the ship. After cargo from this port had been loaded, they were held up until the captain could find a new crew. In Calcutta seamen were scarce, but he did find 14 and most were called “coolies.” They were paid advance wages and signed articles before they went aboard. A seaman named John McQuinn jumped overboard and swam a mile to shore. The captain had him arrested, but he claimed he never signed any papers and they could not waste any more time, so let him go. About four days after leaving port a sailor, John Williams, had cramps and stayed in the forecastle. Four hours later, he was dead, so they threw him overboard. Two others became ill. The crew became alarmed, so the captain gave them some medicine, but those two grew worse and died. Their bodies were thrown overboard. Captain Amesbury was now getting very concerned because his wife and children were aboard. After Spencer and Owen died, another seaman, James McCarthy, had fatal cramps in his stomach and he was placed in his bunk and died. (You can stop reading now, but it does get better.) They fumigated the forecastle and no one else got sick or died. Nothing else was thrown overboard except the sick men’s clothing. They were so short-handed that they had no afternoon watch below. Capt. Amesbury said that after he lost the northeast trade winds, in Latitude 21 degrees, the wind went completely around the compass eight times. That was not a pleasant trip.
Another story was in the Philadelphia Record Nov. 27, 1901. Newspapers always had “Ship News” then as there were no telephones, radios or television. Passing ships would “pass on” sightings of various vessels. This one stated that there were fears for the safety of the bark Adolph Obrig, now 177 days out of Hong Kong to Baltimore with a cargo of matting. She was last reported as passing Anjer on Aug. 21.
However, there was an article in the Baltimore American dated Dec. 14, 1901, and I quote: “Ship in Port after 198 Days at Sea. A beautiful square rigged sailing ship with yacht-like hull of graceful curves, looking spic and span with red, white and black paint tipped with gold, spotless decks and taunt rigging, the American bark, Adolph Obrig, arrived in port yesterday from Hong Kong, China .While she had often made the run from Hong Kong to New York in 109 to 116 days, she was out there an exceptionally long time this voyage of 198 days.”
The ship left Hong Kong the spring before and it was May 29 when she started down the China Sea, and before she had sailed the 2,000 miles to the foot of Chinese waters, she was out 87 days. (The usual time was 15 to 20 days.) The Adolph Obrig continuously met head winds and head currents. Many times when she made 30 miles per day to windward, calm would set in and she would be carried 60 miles back on her course by currents. The bark was 40 days from Cape Henry, but for three weeks Capt. Amesbury never removed his clothes because he couldn’t get in due to weather.
There were always pets aboard ship and included on the Adolph Obrig was a monkey that the Chinese cook took all over the world.
Capt. Stanley Amesbury had command of a ship when he was 21 years of age. He had been on this vessel nine years, and was mate with his father Jabez Jr., seven years on the larges American sailing ship, Roanoke.
According to Robinson’s History of Camden and Rockport, Capt. Stanley Amesbury died at age 36 years and five months in Shang-hai, China. Being a master of large sailing vessels was a great job, but sometimes they had harrowing experiences.

Barbara Dyer is the official town historian of Camden.
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From History of Camden and Rockport, Maine by Reuel Robinson pp554
Capt Stanley Amsbury of Rockport died Jan 22 1905 in Shanghai China at the age of 36 years and 5 months. Capt Amsbury, himself a skilful and successful master mariner, came of a family of skillful and successful sea captains. His grandfather Capt. Jabez A Amsbury was born on North Fox Island now North Haven in January 1800 and followed the sea until 1840, being master of many vessels hailing from Camden, Rockland and other Penobscot Bay ports. In 1840 he moved to Camden and bought a farm at Goose River where he passed the remainder of his life dying in 1845. At the time of his death he was engaged in the collection of pensions for widows of Revolutionary soldiers. He was a prominent Mason having received the 33 degrees of the Scottish Rite. He married Mary C Thomas and their children were Thomas, Oliver, Winthrop, Helen, who married Capt CS Packard, Horatio, Edwin, Sarah, who married Capt Wm Harrington, Jabez A Jr and Augusta, who married Clifford Jordan.
Several of these sons are among the most successful and prominent sea captains of the past half century sailing the seas in command of some of the largest and finest ships flying the Stars and Stripes. Capt Stanley Amsbury was the son of Capt Jabez A Jr. He was born in Rockport Aug 12, 1868 and like so many others of the family went to sea. For a number of years he served as chief officer with his father and in 1894 became master of the bark Adolph Obrig. 
Amsbury, Stanley (I200191255766)
 
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William & Nancy were living in Chickasaw County, Mississippi according to the 1850 Census. The date of the Census page is October 14, 1850. Living with William & Nancy was daughter Margaret age 24 yrs and William T. age 3 yrs.



31 Aug 1860 census of Division 1 (Dalton), Chickasaw County, MS, found the Ellis family living in dwelling #901:

Edman Ellis 52 NC Farmer
Marge 25 AL Wife
Jane 18 AL
James 13 AL
Jasper 8 MS
Thomas 5 MS
Wiley 4/12 MS


13 Aug 1870 census of Township 16 (Mount Pilia), Chickasaw County, MS, found the Ellis family living in dwelling #428:

Edwon Ellis 62 NC Farmer
Amanda 45 AL
Jasper N. 17 MS Attending school
Wiley 11 MS Attending school
Elizabeth Saleman 24 AL


11 June 1880 census of Precinct 4, Fannin County, TX, found the Ellis family living in dwelling #113:

M. M. Ellis 55 AL SC SC Widow, Housekeeper
W. R. Ellis 20 MS NC AL Works on farm 
Archibald, Margaret Means (I34554071603)
 
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Obituary -
KENNEDY
J.E. (Jack) KENNEDY, age 67 years, a farmer living near Baron, died at the Bean clinic in Lincoln, Monday, November 22nd after having suffered a stroke of paralysis at his home on Saturday.
Funeral service was held Wednesday afternoon from the Roberts Funeral Chapel, conducted by Rev. SANKEY, with burial in the Baptist Mission cemetery.
He is survived by seven children.
Parents: Thomas Kennedy b. Illinois
Nancy Finnimore b. Mississippi

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3 June 1880 census of Walnut Creek, Webster County, NE, found the Kennedy family living in dwelling #11:

Thos. Kennedy 38 IL IL NC - Farmer
Nancy L. 35 MS OH TN
Ulyssus G. 14 IA IL MS - Works on farm
Chas. 12 IA IL MS
Mattie J. 8 NE IL MS
James E. 6 NE IL MS
John E. 4 NE IL MS
Florence B. 2 NE IL MS
Lillie O. 5/12 NE IL MS - Born December 1879
Elizabeth Kennedy 69 NC NC NC - Mother, Widow
Tabetha Schuldt 25 IL TN OH - Sister-in-law, Widow 
Kennedy, John Egbert "Jack" (I34554117500)
 
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Twin to Fay.

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, May (I34554099542)
 
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George supposedly ran away from New York City as as young man. He was raised by Spaniards, where he learned Spanish. He was a cook on a Surveyor Crew. Had the name “Maximillin” tattooed on his arm. He was associated with horse drawn carriages in San Francisco, probably was at one time a teamster. Had a brother that served in the British Army. He is also related to a famous mayonnaise company in New York. Owned a “American Cash Store” in Stockton, California with either his 1st Son-In-Law Neil Tatton or Neil’s father, Cornelius Tatton Sr, the address was 545 in Stockton.
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5 June 1900 census of Newman, Stanislaus County, CA, found the Atty family living in dwelling #77. George and Maggie said that they ahd been married 10 years and both of their children were still living. Maggie said that she had immigrated to the United States in 1882:

George Atty 12/1859 40 NY Denmark Denmark - Day laborer
Marrie L. Atty 11/1871 28 Denmark Denmark Denmark - Wife
Martha E. Atty 10/1890 9 CA NY Denmark - Daughter
Mellville L. Atty 7/1895 4 CA NY Denmark - Son


6 May 1910 census of Salt Marsh, Washoe County, NV, found George working on a ranch:

George Attley 50 US US US - Divorced, Cook 
Atly, George (I34554109688)
 
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Obituary -Elsie L. Marlette, 82, of Granite City, born August 27, 1934 in Carter County, Mo., passed away on Saturday, March 25, 2017 at Anderson Hospital in Maryville, Ill.

Elsie worked many years as a manager at Daniels Shoe Store and Crown Shoe Store in Granite City and retiring from South Western Illinois College print shop. Elsie will be remembered for her kind and generous heart and all the special times she shared with her family and friends.
In addition to her parents, Orville and Julia, nee Parkhill, Lowe; Elsie was preceded in death by her husband; James L. Marlette; her daughter, Dana Leah Marlette; her great-grandson, Conner Lackey; and her sister, Dorothy Sbabo.
Elsie is survived by and will be missed by her children, Sherri (Mark) Lekenburger of Highland, Ill., Debbie Scranton of Washburn, Mo., Andrea Lackey of Granite City, Ill., Michelle (Van) Coats of Granite City, Ill., Nikki (Tim) Schmidt of Granite City, Ill., and Jamie (Shay) Bennett of Granite City, Ill.; her grandchildren, Kimberly Boatman, Bryan Cowan, Melissa Maleki, Michael Orender, Sarah Thompson, Glenn Lackey, Heather Diebert, Rachel Kaminski, Timothy Schmidt, Ashley Schmidt, Morgan Bennett, and Brayden Bennett; 21 great-grandchildren; and 1 great-great-grandchild.
Memorials are suggested to the American Heart Association or the American Lung Association .

Visitation: Friends may call from 5 to 8 p.m. on Tuesday, March 28, 2017, at Irwin Chapel, 3960 Maryville Road in Granite City.

Services: In celebration of Elsie's life, services will be held at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, March 29, 2017, at the funeral home with Pastor Henry Thompson officiating. Burial will follow at Sunset Hill Memorial Estates in Glen Carbon.

RWIN CHAPEL, Granite City, Ill.
Published in Belleville News-Democrat on Mar. 27, 2017




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10 April 1940 census of Kelly, Carter County, MO, found the Lowe family living in dwelling #73. They said that they lived at the same place on 1 April 1935:

Orville Lowe 30 MO - 7 years of education, Farming
Julia Lowe 30 MO - Wife, Completed 1 year of high school education
Dortha Lowe 11 MO - Daughter, 6 years of education
Alice Lowe 5 MO - Daughter, No education 
Lowe, Elsie (I34554103307)
 
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"IN THE MIDST OF LIFE DEATH COMETH"

On Saturday afternoon, Miss Ella Zane, daughter of Mr. Edwin E. Zane, died of typhoid
fever. She had only been ill a few days and her death was sudden and unexpected. She
was quite young, being but sixteen, but was a loveable girl of sweet disposition and had
a large number of friends who deeply and sincerely regret her departure from amongst us.

(Date: Monday, June 3, 1878
Paper: Wheeling Register
Wheeling, West Virginia,
Volume:15 Issue:275 Page:4) 
Zane, Ella I. (I202054655575)
 
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"Mr. Leonidas H. Crapo was married to Miss Grace Rhinehart at Norwood on Thursday, June 4, 1908, Rev. A. G. Voight, the ME Minister at that place performing the ceremony. Both the contracting parties live at Cedar in the western part of San Miguel County."
_____Daily Journal (Telluride, San Miguel County); Saturday, June 6, 1908; pg. 4

Courtesy: www.coloradohistoricnewspapers.org 
Rhinehart, Nina Grace (I200147004903)
 
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(explanations from the text of ROGER PACE's book, published 2002)
(concerning the relationships of two family's who had a sister and a brother Williams marry a brother and a sister Kite.
"James Jasper Williams and Mary Francis Kite were married in Butler County, Alabama in 1858 in the home of his mother, Winaford Williams. Mary Francis Kite was the daughter of Caswell and Harriett Kite. James Jasper's sister, Margaret Winifred (by all spellings),also married Henry Kite the first born son of Caswell and Harriett Kite( and the natural brother of Mary Francis Kite).
James Jasper Williams, his wife Mary Francis Kite and their first born son, John Caswell Williams, headed to Texas along with Caswell Kite and Harriett, along with Henry Kite and Winafred and their son. The Williams family settled in Goliad County and the Kite family were in Halletsville.
James Jasper Williams and his brother in law, Henry Kite, along with 2 of Henry's brothers: Samuel and Stephen Kite, enlisted in the Eighth Texas Infantry, Company A, on June 24 in Halletsville, TX. These four relatives serving together were in the battle of Young's Point June 7,1863,Red River Compaign on March 10 to May 22, 1864, Camden's Expedition ,March 23-May 3,1864 and the Battle of Mansfield on April 8, 1864 where James Jasper and Stephen Kite were wounded and discharged. The Battle of Maansfield was the last decisive Confederate victory in the War Between the States.
................In 1867 along with Caswell, Harriett, Henry & Margaret, James Jasper Williams & Mary Francis again pulled up stakes and moved to Burleson County, Texas, Blue Branch, Postoffice. These small farms became part of Lee County. Living Close to James Jasper in Lee Co. was his sister Allie Jane, widowed and came to Texas in 1872."
By 1880 Henry and Margaret Kite(their families), Harriett had died in1878,& Caswell and a sister in law, Susan Kite Mulligan, were living in Bowie Co for the census. Susan is listed as wife of Caswell and the couple, had, Harriett's last son living with them. By 1880, James Jasper and Mary Francis Kite had moved to Falls County, Texas. Caswell comes and goes, spending time in FALLS County and Susan Kite Milligan Kite, is buried in Bowie County by her daughter. Henry Kite and Margaret separate and move apart. Henry goes to Leon County and disappears after filing for pension. Margaret Williams Kite moves to Milam with her children and by 1910 are homesteading land in the disputed borderland between Texas and Harmon County, Okla. They settle on Buck Creek, Halsmith Community, Hollis area of Harmon Co. Okla.
James Jasper Williams and Mary Francis lived in Falls County, over 20 years and probably were the closest family to Caswell and would have known of his death in 1897. The Williams's belonged to the Missionary Baptist Church. James Jasper also belonged to the Lott Masonic Lodge and as 1893 had been a mastor mason for over 34 years. In 1899, hearing of new land opening in Oklahoma for settlement,decided to move again and settled in Greer County Oklahoma settling in the community of Bloomington/Jester. Many of their grandchildren, sons and daughters moved with them, leaving only a couple of families, in Texas."
Mary Francis Kite Williams died in 1913 of a flareup of an old Asthmatic condition and was buried in Jester Cemetery, James Jasper Williams, became almost, blind, in his later years probably cataracts? and when he passed, they buried him by Mary Francis in Jester Cemetery." 
Kite, Mary Frances (I202108472510)
 
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1 Oct 1850 census of Linn, Taney County, MO, found the Stockstill family living in dwelling #422, next door to father Austin in dwelling #421 and brother Thomas in dwelling #423:

J. Stockstill 28 TN - Farmer
J. A. 24 TN
S. J. 2 MO - Daughter
G. 1/12 MO - Son



11 June 1860 census of Washington, Stone County, MI, found the Stockstill family living in dwelling #30:

John Stockstill 37 TN - Farmer
Julia 32 TN
Sarah J. 10 MO
Francis M. 8 MO
Daniel 6 MO
Zebedee 5 MO
Allen 4 MO
Narcissa C. 2 MO


1 Aug 1870 census of Newton, Taney County, MO, found the Stockstill family living in dwelling #16:

John Stockstill 47 TN - Farmer
Julia A. 43 TN
Sarah J. 20 MO
Francis M. 19 MO - Works on farm
Daniel 18 MO - Works on farm
Zebadee 15 MO - Works on farm
Allen 14 MO - Works on farm
Narcissa C. 11 MO
Harvey 9 MO
Nancy L. 6 MO
Martha 2 MO


15 June 1880 census of Pierce, Stone County, MO, found the Stockstill family living in dwelling #230, next door to son Allen and family in dwelling #232:

John Stockstill 57 TN TN SC - Farmer
Julia 53 TN TN TN
Katharine 21 MO TN TN
Harry 19 MO TN TN
Luvina 17 MO TN TN
Martha 12 MO TN TN
John 9 MO TN TN---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
John N. STOCKSTILL son of Austin STOCKSTILL and Sarah DAVIS he married Julia A. HANCE on 16 Dec 1847 in Cedar County, Missouri
They had the following children:+ 2 F i. Sarah Jane STOCKSTILL was born in Jan 1848. She died in 1918.3 M ii. Francis Marion STOCKSTILL was born in Aug 1850 in Taney County, MO. He died in Aug 1929 in Gore Sequayah, OK.
Francis married ELIZABETH PRIOR on 21 Jan 1887 in Springfield, Green County, Missouri.
+ 4 M iii. William Daniel STOCKSTILL was born on 22 Sep 1852. He died in Aug 1929.5 M iv. Zebadee D STOCKSTILL was born on 22 Jul 1854 in Missouri City, . He died on 14 Jul 1910 in Green City, Hickory, Missouri, United States.
Zebadee married ANNA ANDREWS on 21 Sep 1879 Missouri .
+ 6 M v. Allen STOCKSTILL was born on 10 Mar 1856. He died on 23 Oct 1928.7 F vi. Katharine STOCKSTILL was born in 1859 in Missouri City, . She died in 1959.
Katharine married Philip Siler CLINKERBEARD . (have seen her name Narcissa Catherine Stockstill)
8 M vii. Harvey STOCKSTILL was born in 1861 in Missouri City, United States .
Harvey married Ida DAMRELL on 14 May 1887 in Springfield, Green County, Missouri..
9 F viii. Nancy Leutitia STOCKSTILL was born on 4 Jan 1864 in Missouri City,, . She died in 1936. Nancy married William KIRGAN .10 F ix. Martha STOCKSTILL was born in 1868 in Missouri. She died on 28 Mar 1909. Martha married FRANK DICKERSON on 29 Nov 1891 in Springfield, Green County, Missouri..11 M x. John STOCKSTILL was born in 1871 in Missouri City, . He died in 1971.
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Missouri Marriage Records, 1805-2002 about John Stockstill
Name: John Stockstill
Marriage Date: 16 Dec 1847
Marriage County: Cedar
Spouse Name: Julia Hunce
 
Stockstill, John N (I34554092229)
 
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10/1/1936-Tuttle Times:
Herbert Haywood, son of Mr & Mrs O.C. Haywood of Austin, Ark., was born in Missouri 4/16/1912. The family moved to Oklahoma when he was 4 years old and lived near Chickasha & Tuttle since that time. He married Opal Marlow 11/27/1935 and they had a baby girl, Doris Jean the following July. He was fatally injured in an automobile accident 8/30/1936 and died 9/23/1936. He left his wife and baby, both parents, 2 sisters, 6 brothers, and 1 grandmother, Mrs Green of Chickasha. The sisters are Mrs Juneta Culbert of ElReno and Mrs Mildred Harris of Chickasha. The brothers are Charles of Chickasha, Claude of Tuttle, Lynn of OKC, Elbert of Picher, and Woodrow and Francis, with the parents in Austin, Arkansas
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Herbert Haywood, 24 died last Thursday after a 4 week battle for recovery from a car accident received on the highway east of Tuttle. He leaves his wife and small child who live with her parents, Mr & Mrs J.E. Marlow, near Tuttle. His parents, Mr & Mrs Haywood, who live in Arkansas, were with him at the time of his death. Funeral services were held at First Baptist church Tuesday, a large crowd attending. Rev Noah Phillips delivered the sermon.
Burial was at Tuttle cemetery with Sowers funeral home in charge.


Family links:
Spouse:
Opal Fern Marlow Biddy (1918 - 1979)
Burial:
Fairview Cemetery
Tuttle
Grady County
Oklahoma, USA

Find A Grave Memorial# 74377114 
Haywood, Herbert (I200159076942)
 
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12 April 1930 census of Okmulgee, Okmulgee County, OK, found the Lyon family living in dwelling #364 on West 8th Street. William and Elda said that they were first married at ages 19 and 15 respectively:

William "H" Lyon 31 KS IA MO Machinist - Pipe Supply
Elda 28 KS MO IL
Rosabele 11 KS MO IL
Wilmar J. 10 KS MO IL
Billie H. 8 KS MO IL
Norasona 6 KS MO IL
Robert L. 4 KS MO IL


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Wilema Jean Garlow, 92, was born on Valentine's Day, February 14. 1920 and went to be with the Lord on Thanksgiving Day, Thursday, November 22, 2012.
Wilema "Jean" has been a resident of Manor Park Nursing Home for the last 15 years. She was a hairdresser in Midland for 30 years. Jean was a vivacious and vibrant woman who loved painting and playing symphonic cello in her youth. Jean was known for her beautiful smile, style and creative phrases.
She is survived by her sister Narsona Stephens of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, her son Glenn Dale Garlow & wife Kathy of Mission Viejo, California, daughter Ellen White & husband Clay of McKinney Texas, grandsons Lance Garlow of Ostego, Michigan, Brent Garlow of Schoolcraft, Michigan, Ronald Dickman of Eldorado, Oklahoma, granddaughters Kim Hewett of McKinney Texas, Tammra Bergman of Hobbs, New Mexico, Jami Bassett of Long Beach, California, Joelle Schope, of Dana Point, California, 13 great grandchildren and 3 great, great grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by her mother and father, William & Elda Faith Lyon, brothers Bob, Jim, and Bill Lyon, sister Rosa Belle White and daughter Patsy Jean Watlington.
There will be a private memorial service for her family. Remembrances may be given to Home Hospice of Midland.
Arrangements are under the direction of Nalley-Pickle & Welch Funeral Home & Crematory of Midland. -
See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/mrt/obituary.aspx?n=wilema-jean-garlow&pid=161309557#sthash.LI7nJbYp.dpuf


Published in Midland Reporter-Telegram on Nov. 29, 2012 
Lyon, Wilema Jean (I34554071544)
 
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14 Dec 1850 census of St. Marie, Jasper County, Illinois, found the Eaton family living in dwelling #277. Rachel Eaton was living with her mother Rachel Miller, age 73.

Absolom Eaton 45 IL
Rachel 38 IL
John 16 IL
William 5 IL
Mary 2 IL
Joshua Miller 45 IL
Rachel Miller 73 IN


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Newton Press -

Petition to Sell Lands of the June term of the Jasper County Court.

Samuel B. Todd, Administrator of the Estate of Samuel E. Miller, deceased, vs John Price and Jane Price his wife, Thomas Miller, Robert A. Miller, John Miller, Absalom Eaton and Rachel Eaton, his wife, Spear Allison and Belinda Allison his wife, Nancy Miller, Rachel Miller, Thomas K. Miller, William Miller, John Miller, Rachel Doty and John R. Eaton, Defendants...and all others interested...at the said June Term A.D. 1855...Jasper County...holden at Newton, on the Third Monday in June Next. Dated April 17, 1855 Samuel B. Todd, Administrator

[ http://genealogytrails.com/ill/cumberland/newtonpress.html ] 
Miller, Rachel (I34554070872)
 
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1880 --- STATE OF KANSAS - COUNTY OF MONTGOMERY
Office Of Probate Judge Of Said County
Be It Remembered, That on the 9 day of June, A.D., 1880, there was issued from the office of said Probate Judge, a Marriage License, of which the following is a true copy:
MONTGOMERY COUNTY, STATE OF KANSAS, June 9, A.D., 1880
To Any Person authorized By Law To Perform The Marriage Ceremony, Greeting:
You are hereby authorized to join in Marriage, LeRoy D Mills of Independence, aged 19 years and Mary Ann Bretches of same place, aged 18 years and of this License you will make due return to my office within thirty days. -- Signed: E. Herring.
And which said Marriage License was afterwards, to wit: on the 15 day of June, A.D., 1880, returned to the Probate Judge, with the following Certificate endorsed thereon, to wit:
STATE OF KANSAS - COUNTY OF MONTGOMERY, ss
I, George Burton, do hereby certify, that in accordance with the authorization of the within License, I did, on the 9 day of June, A.D., 1880, in Independence in said county, join and unite in Marriage the within named LeRoy D. Mills and Mary Ann Bretches.
Witness my hand and seal the day and year above written. Signed: Geo. Burton, Preacher Of The Gospel -- Attest: E. Herring. ----- Source: Book: C - Page 163 --- MONTGOMERY COURT HOUSE RECORDS, Independence, Montgomery County, Kansas.

1888 --- KANSAS DEATH AND BURIALS INDEX 1885-1930
Name: Leroy Mills
Gender: Male
Race: White
Birth Date: About 1860
Birth State: Iowa
Death Date: December 22, 1888
Death Age: 28
Death City Or Town: La Fontaine
Death County: Montgomery
Death State: Kansas
Burial Date: December 23, 1888
Cemetery: Mt. Hope
Martila Status: Married
Occupation: Farmer
FHL Film Number: 1404666
Source: Ancestry.com
Researcher: Richard Parker 
Mills, Leroy Dodge (I202085286366)
 
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1950 --- OBITUARY

ROSETTA BRETCHES DIES LAST NIGHT
Funeral Services To Be Held On Saturday
Mrs. Rosetta Bretches, 65, 1024 Coffeyville Avenue, died at 10:26 p.m., Thursday, in Mercy Hospital after a short illness. She suffered a heart attack and was admitted to the hospital Wednesday.
Rosetta Kirkendall was born on July 13, 1885, in Havana, the daughter of William and Rebecca Kirkendall. she married on January 4, 1906, to Richard Bretches and he survives at home.
Mr. and Mrs. Bretches lived in Graden City, Missouri, for as short while but have lived in Independence since Mr. Bretches is a retired cement Plant Employee.
Mrs. Bretches suffered a heart attack in February of 1949, and her health had not been good since. She was a member of the Church Of God.
Besides her husband, she is survived by these children: Mrs. Treva D. Robinson, city; Mrsd. Ethel Eichorn, Towanda; Wilmwe of Ontario, California and Edgar of St. Louis, Missouri. Ten grandchildren survive as do these sisters and one brother: Earl Kirkendall in Illinois; Mrs. Clara Eggleston, Parker, South Dakota; Mrs. Mary Eirns, Hutchinson; Mrs. Anna Copeland, El Dorado; Mrs. Leona Reed, Caney, and Mrs. Olive Harmon, also of Caney.
She was proceed in death by one son, two brothers and two sisters.
Funeral services will be conducted from the chapel of the Rodrick Funeral Home at 2:30 p.m., Saturday, with the Rev. R. C. Benz, pastor of the Church Of God. officiating. Interment will be in Mt. Hope Cemetery.
INDEPENDENCE DAILY REPORTER, Independence, Montgomery County, Kansas, Friday, JUly 23, 1950, page: 2, column 3, obituary provided by Phyllis (Bretches) Buchanan, Wichita, Kansas. 
Kirkendall, Rosetta E (I202085164471)
 
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2nd Lieutenant - US Marine Corps

http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=uyeda&GSiman=1&GScid=8308&GRid=117485523&



Chizuko Kimura, age 34, and her son Yasuhiko Uyeda, age 11, sailed aboard the S.S. President Cleveland from Kobe, Japan, to San Francisco, California, departing 19 April 1950 and arriving 3 May 1950. Chizuko said that she was born in California and her son was born in Japan. She listed her destination as Lancaster, California. 
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7 Feb 1920 census of Mayer, Yavapai County, AZ, found the Ferguson family living in dwelling #682:

Claude Ferguson 39 CA US TN - Mining engineer, Metal mine
Jennie C. 35 WI England WI
Evan T. 9 CA CA WI
Claude H. 7 CA CA WI
Tevis C. 2 5/12 AZ CA WI



9 April 1930 census of Grass Valley, Nevada County, CA, found the Ferguson family living in dwelliong #157 on Star Empire (Mine) Property. Claude and Jean said that they were first married at ages 30 and 27 respectively:

Claude Ferguson 50 CA AR US - Engineer, Mine
Jennie E. 47 WI England WI
Evan E. 20 CA CA WI
Claude H. 19 CA CA WI
Tevis C. 12 CA CA WI


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Captain Claude Harding Ferguson, also known as "Stub," "Fergie," and "2640," has Gone West. He "slipped the surly bonds of earth" and headed for his final resting place on July 24, 2004, dying peacefully at the age of 92 in Prescott, Ariz.
Born in Nevada City, Nev. on Feb. 29, 1912, he dreamed of being a pilot and worked in mines as a young man to finance that dream. After receiving his early training flying biplanes in Canada in the 1930s, he became an instructor and went on to a 30-year career in aviation that included stints with Mid-Continent, Pacific Northern Airlines, Southwest Airlines, Bonanza Airlines and Hughes Air West, from which he retired in 1972 with a reputation as the consummate pilot.

Highlights included serving as a test pilot at the Douglas Aircraft plant in Santa Monica, Calif. during World War II, and serving as the inaugural Chief Divisional Pilot for Bonanza Airlines in Phoenix. While there he was involved in transitioning the airline to F-27 turbo props, which brought a new era of commercial aviation to Ariz. He also was a member of Bonanza's first class to complete training on the DC-9, his favorite, and a longtime member of Quiet Birdman (QB) and the North East Phoenix Varmint & Big Game Hunter & Fisherman's Association.

His children will remember him as an avid outdoorsman and fine role model who played the harmonica, wrote endearing poems, took them on countless family outings, and loved cocker spaniels and exploring the Pacific Northwest. He was preceded in death by two brothers, his parents, and last year by his devoted wife of 59 years, Loretta C. Ferguson.

Survivors include children Michael Evan Ferguson and wife Ellen of Pelican, Alaska, Linda J. Barkman and husband John of Phoenix, Randy Lee Ferguson of Las Vegas, Nev., and Kelly Claude Ferguson and wife Camille of Sitka, Alaska. He also leaves 8 grandchildren and 4 great-grandchildren.
Services will be private. Over and out.

Published in the Arizona Republic on 7/27/2004.
 
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8 April 1940 census of White River, Mellette County, SD, found the Chapman family living in dwelling #101 on Investment Avenue. They said that they had lived in the same location on 1 April 1935:

John Chapman 48 IA - Laborer - WPA, 8 years of education, $484 in annual wages
Flora 47 WI - 4 years of high school education
Doris 17 SD - 3 years of high school education
Ward 16 SD - 8 years of education
Frederick 15 SD - 8 years of education
Betta J. 12 SD - 6 years of education
Esther 11 SD - 5 years of education
Olive 9 SD - 2 years of education
Blanche 7 SD - 1 year of education
Carol 6 SD
Darrel 5 SD
Vonetta 2 SD

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Vonnetta McCormack·
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Vonnetta Renee McCormack, “Vonnie”, passed away on April 6, 2013. She was 75.
Vonnie was born on Oct. 5, 1937, to John and Flora Chapman of White River, S.D. She was the youngest of 14 children. She loved to do crafts, and write poems and stories.
She is survived by her husband of 57 years, Edward L. McCormack; sons, Timothy, Patrick, Michael (Inger) and Joseph (Amy); daughter, Linda (Patrick Cranor); sisters, Ollie and Jackie; and her nie grandchildren, Patrick, Kenny, Erik, Chris, Sara, Thomas, Simon, Eddie and Joey.
The family would like to thank Golden Empire and its staff for the quality of service and care provided to our loved one.
Arrangements are under the care of Chapel of the Angels Mortuary, Grass Valley.
http://www.theunion.com/news/obituaries/vonnetta-mccormack/ 
Chapman, Vonnetta Renee (I34554072243)
 
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A1C USAF Korea 
Miller, Robert Henry (I202091847785)
 
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AERM 3 US NAVY WORLD WAR II 
Depee, Jesse Raymond (I202080509637)
 
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After the Battle of Gettysburg, Union authorities started sending Confederate prisoners to Point Lookout for incarceration. 
Barnwell, James William (I202077884947)
 
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Annie Lee Varner Brewer Lowe was born on March 1, 1904 to James Noble Varner and Mattie Lea Butler Varner at Granby, Newton County, Missouri.
On October 18, 1919, Annie Varner was married to Easley Brewer in Miami, Ottawa County, Oklahoma. Their children were as follows: Willie Edgar Brewer born September 4, 1921 in Neosho, Newton County, Missouri. Wilma Mae Brewer born July 27, 1923 at Picher, Ottawa County, Oklahoma. John Brewer born on February 20, 1926 at Picher, Ottawa County, Oklahoma.

Annie Varner Brewer later was married to Santford Lowe on May 12, 1949 in Columbus, Cherokee County, Kansas.
Annie Varner Brewer Lowe lived the remainder of her life in Commerce, Ottawa County, Oklahoma.
Annie Lowe parted this life on December 17, 1994 at the graceful age of 90 years. She is buried in Grand Army of the Republic in Miami, Ottawa County, Oklahoma. 
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· Shidler College of Business at University of Hawaii of Manoa, EMBA, 2013 
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· 1917 --- U. S. WORLD WAR I DRAFT REGISTRATION CARDS 1917-1918
Name: Dodge E. Mills
Home Address: 1949 Bailey
· 1917 --- U. S. WORLD WAR I DRAFT REGISTRATION CARDS 1917-1918
Name: Dodge E. Mills
Home Address: 1949 Bailey
Coity Or Town: Los Angeles
State: California
Birth Date: May 16, 1887
Birth City Or Town: Independence
Birth State: Kansas
Age: 30
U. S. Citizen: Natural Born
Occupation: Assistant Foreman
Employer's Name: Bishop And Company
Employment Place: 7th and Alamenda
Dependents: Wife
Military Service: None
Exemptions: Sole Support Of Wife
Heirght: Shirt
Build: Stout
Color Of Eyes: Blue
Color Of Hair: Brown
Registration Date: June 5, 1917
Serial Number: 2401
Order Number: 48007
I Affirm That I Have Vertified The Above Answers And That They Are True: Dodge E. Mills
Source: Ancestry.com
Researcher: Richard Parker





1948 --- CALIFORNIA DEATH INDEX 1940-1997
Name: Dodge Ervin Mills
SSN: 546-03-6504
Gender: Male
Birth Date: May 16, 1887
Birth State: Kansas
Death Date: April 12, 1948
Death City Or Town: Los Angeles
Mother's Maiden Name: Bretches
Father's Surname: Mills
Source: Ancestery.com
Researcher: Richard Parker

Dodge Ervan Mills' Bio


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Town: Los Angeles
State: California
Birth Date: May 16, 1887
Birth City Or Town: Independence
Birth State: Kansas
Age: 30
U. S. Citizen: Natural Born
Occupation: Assistant Foreman
Employer's Name: Bishop And Company
Employment Place: 7th and Alamenda
Dependents: Wife
Military Service: None
Exemptions: Sole Support Of Wife
Height: Short
Build: Stout
Color Of Eyes: Blue
Color Of Hair: Brown
Registration Date: June 5, 1917
Serial Number: 2401
Order Number: 48007
I Affirm That I Have Vertified The Above Answers And That They Are True: Dodge E. Mills
Source: Ancestry.com
Researcher: Richard Parker



1948 --- CALIFORNIA DEATH INDEX 1940-1997
Name: Dodge Ervin Mills
SSN: 546-03-6504
Gender: Male
Birth Date: May 16, 1887
Birth State: Kansas
Death Date: April 12, 1948
Death City Or Town: Los Angeles
Mother's Maiden Name: Bretches
Father's Surname: Mills
Source: Ancestery.com
Researcher: Richard Parker

Dodge Ervan Mills' Bio


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· Seymour Past and Present, 456-457:
GILYARD FAMILY.
1. Thomas Gilyard, born in Leeds, England, March 20, 1786, came to America
with John Winterbottom, arriving in New York Aug. 5, 1807. He took the

· Seymour Past and Present, 456-457:
GILYARD FAMILY.
1. Thomas Gilyard, born in Leeds, England, March 20, 1786, came to America
with John Winterbottom, arriving in New York Aug. 5, 1807. He took the
freeman's oath March 26, 1819. His brother Joseph came to America in April,
1818, and Sept. 3, 1819, his mother Anne, and his brother william and wife,
landed in America. April 3, 1820, his brother William and his wife returned to
England. Anne, the mother of Thomas Gilyard, was born in High Town, Yorkshire,
England, 1760, and died in Humphreysville, Jan. 11, 1821. Mr Gilyard was the
first broadcloth finisher in this country, and the first piece that he finished
was made into a suit of clothes for Gen. David Humphreys. Mr. Gilyard married
Lois, dau. of David and Hannah (Lines) French, July 25, 1810, of Bethany, Ct.
Resided on Skokorat. Thomas died Nov. 12, 1853. Lois died Feb. 7, 1859, aged
82.
Children.
2. Nancy N., born July 25, 1811; m. first, Glover Bassett; second,
George Rood.
3. Thomas, born June 9, 1813; died Sept. 28, 1828.
4. William F., born Jan. 28, 1816.
5. Joseph F., born March 30, 1819; died Sept. 6, 1828.
(Bill Warnock's notes)
Thomas Gilyard Bible (transcribed Jan 29, 1990 at the family farm on Bungay,
Seymour, Ct. by Bill Warnock):
Description: small leather-bound Bible, about 3 X 6 inches, no publication
data.
Inscribed inside front cover:
Left side--"This Bible was given to Thomas Gilyard by his mother Nancy Gilyard
on the 1st of June 1807 Leeds Yorkshire Great Britain Europe" [Thomas came to
America in August of 1807. This notation is curious because his mother is
given in "Seymour Past and Present" as Anne Gilyard. Did I copy it
incorrectly?]
Right side--Thomas Gilyard a native of Great Britain was married to Lois French
of Woodbridge Connecticut, North America on the 25th of July 1810" [The part
of Woodbridge where she lived became Bethany in 1832.]
Inscribed inside back cover:
"Thomas Gilyard
Died November 12 1853 A 68
his wife
Lois Gilyard Died Feb 6
1859
Aged 82 years"

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freeman's oath March 26, 1819. His brother Joseph came to America in April,
1818, and Sept. 3, 1819, his mother Anne, and his brother william and wife,
landed in America. April 3, 1820, his brother William and his wife returned to
England. Anne, the mother of Thomas Gilyard, was born in High Town, Yorkshire,
England, 1760, and died in Humphreysville, Jan. 11, 1821. Mr Gilyard was the
first broadcloth finisher in this country, and the first piece that he finished
was made into a suit of clothes for Gen. David Humphreys. Mr. Gilyard married
Lois, dau. of David and Hannah (Lines) French, July 25, 1810, of Bethany, Ct.
Resided on Skokorat. Thomas died Nov. 12, 1853. Lois died Feb. 7, 1859, aged
82.
Children.
2. Nancy N., born July 25, 1811; m. first, Glover Bassett; second,
George Rood.
3. Thomas, born June 9, 1813; died Sept. 28, 1828.
4. William F., born Jan. 28, 1816.
5. Joseph F., born March 30, 1819; died Sept. 6, 1828.
(Bill Warnock's notes)
Thomas Gilyard Bible (transcribed Jan 29, 1990 at the family farm on Bungay,
Seymour, Ct. by Bill Warnock):
Description: small leather-bound Bible, about 3 X 6 inches, no publication
data.
Inscribed inside front cover:
Left side--"This Bible was given to Thomas Gilyard by his mother Nancy Gilyard
on the 1st of June 1807 Leeds Yorkshire Great Britain Europe" [Thomas came to
America in August of 1807. This notation is curious because his mother is
given in "Seymour Past and Present" as Anne Gilyard. Did I copy it
incorrectly?]
Right side--Thomas Gilyard a native of Great Britain was married to Lois French
of Woodbridge Connecticut, North America on the 25th of July 1810" [The part
of Woodbridge where she lived became Bethany in 1832.]
Inscribed inside back cover:
"Thomas Gilyard
Died November 12 1853 A 68
his wife
Lois Gilyard Died Feb 6
1859
Aged 82 years"

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Gilyard Family Lore1786-1859
England and Seymour (Humphreysville), New Haven, Connecticut, USA
From a town history and a Bible inscription.
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Gilyard, Thomas (I202103199008)
 
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Birth Announcement:
From Gilroy Advocate Saturday, March 31, 1894
Born.
Trenear- In Gilroy, March 29, 1894 to the wife of J. Trenear (nee Lulu Ricgetts [Ricketts]); a daughter. 
Trenear, Lois Vivian (I202059811226)
 
90
Birth: Oct. 29, 1815
Death: Jul. 10, 1853
Marie Annie Wakefield
Wife of Joseph M. Wakefield.

Inscription:
Marie Annie Wakefield
Born Oct. 29, 1815
Died July 10, 1853
Burial:
Hunt-Larkin Cemetery
Franklin County, Tennessee, USA


Find A Grave Memorial# 23617409 
Younger, Maria Ann (I202072777098)
 
91
Birth: 1820
Kentucky, USADeath: 1885
Palo Pinto County
Texas, USA

Son of Fauntleroy Dye and Elizabeth Young; he had the following siblings: Mary Polly; Rama Dye (buried at Ben Dye Cem., Grayson Co., TX); Sara Bathena, Mildred, Bacnen, James, Lucinda, Fauntleroy Jr. and Rachel Dye.

Jacob married on 25 Nov 1841 in Monroe Co., MO, (1) Margaret/Margrette Bradley b. abt 1822, the daughter of Benjamin Bradley.

They had the following children: Benjamin R., Francis Elizabeth, Mary Ann, Jeremiah, Nancy J., Permelia Louise, James Washington, Jacob C., and Lucinda Emily Dye.

He married (2) Susannah Dennen and had a son Jesse M. Dye b. Aug 1869.

Family links:
Spouse:
Margaret Bradley Dye (1822 - 1864)

Children:
Permelia Louise Dye (Anderson) Short (____ - 1943)*
Elizabeth Frances Dye (1845 - 1892)*
Benjamin (Ben) R. Dye (1845 - 1902)*
Mary Ann Dye Webster (1847 - 1900)*
Jeremiah Dye (1850 - 1884)*
Nancy J. Dye Glenn (1853 - 1887)*
James Washington Dye (1859 - 1892)*
Jesse M. Dye (1869 - 1947)* 
Dye, Jacob (I202097739462)
 
92
Birth: Apr. 8, 1902 Death: Jan. 2, 1985 Rising Star Eastland County Texas, USA
Zeddie married Lola Evelyn Owens 21 Aug 1921 (bio by: George Mosher)
Family links: Parents: William M Inglet (1862 - 1944) Bell M Inglet (1872 - 1936)
Spouse: Lola Evelyn Owens Inglet (1904 - 1972)*
Children: Lois E. Holt (1922 - 2002)* Zedediah Van Buren Inglet (1924 - 1926)* Maurrine Inglet (1925 - 1934)* Juanita Inglet Crisp (1928 - 2013)* Annette Inglet Milam (1931 - 2011)* Bobby Joe Inglet (1933 - 2001)*
*Calculated relationship
Burial: Blake Cemetery, Cross Cut, Brown County, Texas 
Inglet, Zedediah Van Buren "Zeddie" (I202063573285)
 
93
Birth: Jan. 31, 1841 Arkansas, USA Death: Mar. 8, 1924 Texas, USA
Rachel was the daughter of Emberson and Sarah Allred Miller. She was married to Joseph C. Fowler. They were parents of eleven children: Mitchell, Sarah, Rosella, Unnamed son, Nancy, Armilda, Alfred, Larkin, Edward, William and Allen.
Burial: Rosemont Cemetery Wichita Falls Wichita County Texas, USA Plot: Block 3, lot 003, spc 5, row
Maintained by: Fern Deatherage Originally Created by: ProgBase Record added: Sep 26, 2010 Find A Grave Memorial# 59258791 
Miller, Rachel A (I200100933838)
 
94
Birth: May 16, 1869 Halltown, Lawrence County Missouri, USA
Death: Jul. 2, 1917 Springfield Greene County Missouri, USA
Mary Alice was the daughter of George W. Lewis and Malinda Terrell; wife of Payton Cooper Hays.
Family links: Children: Homer Vannoy Hays (1895 - 1957)* Leo Olive Hays (1900 - 1900)* Jackson Benton Hays (1902 - 1977)* Spouse: Payton Cooper Hays (1867 - 1940)*
Burial: Miller Memorial Gardens Miller Lawrence County Missouri, USA 
Lewis, Mary Alice (I202066557439)
 
95
Birth: Sep. 20, 1867 Heatonville Lawrence County Missouri, USA
Death: Nov. 10, 1940 Springfield Greene County Missouri, USA
Payton was the son of John W. Hays and Emmaline Jane Davis; husband of Mary A. Lewis.
Payton and Mary had seven children; Annie Fern, Homer Vannoy, Ivy Lois, Leo Olive, Geneva H., and Madge Hazel. Family links: Parents: John W. Hays (1832 - 1882) Emmaline Jane Davis Hays (1844 - 1924) Children: Homer Vannoy Hays (1895 - 1957)* Leo Olive Hays (1900 - 1900)* Jackson Benton Hays (1902 - 1977)* Spouse: Mary Alice Lewis Hays (1869 - 1917)

Burial: Miller Memorial Gardens Miller Lawrence County Missouri, USA 
Hays, Payton Cooper (I202066557438)
 
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Birth: unknown Death: Jul. 6, 1903 Long Beach, Los Angeles County, California, USA
When a fire breaks out in the family home, they escape; however, Louisa returns for the $150 cash she had hidden. When her husband went to grab her, somehow the door closed and locked leaving her trapped and certain death. The next , several cans of kerosene were found in several different locations surrounding the house. Even after an extensive investigation, the case has yet to be solved. Her husband was severely burned and never recovered emotionally from not being able to help his loving wife.
Headstone Inscription: Mrs. L. A. Goodnight Died July 6, 1903 Age 63 Years Burial: Sunnyside Cemetery Long Beach, Los Angeles County, California, USA
Find A Grave Memorial# 43804029 
Gailey, Louisa Adline (I202097235189)
 
97 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I34554082182)
 
98 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I34554071796)
 
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Brief autobiography from Lynn, December 2007:
Yep, “Josiah” was my mother’s father. He moved his family to Springfield, Missouri, from his Nebraska farm, feeling he could no longer fight the ferocious storms of that area and win. In Springfield, he worked at the Frisco Railroad shops. One day, while working, a large driving wheel of a locomotive fell on him and fractured his hip. Treatment at that time didn’t restore the bone well, so he had a leg limp the rest of his life. He had a powerful physique. In his youth in Pennsylvania, he would regularly win the heavy lifting competition by lifting a barrel of salt onto his shoulder. His wife, Margaret, was an outstanding cook. We had many scrumptious meals there. She would very often have several types of meats and several kinds of desserts for one meal.
Their daughter, my mother, Effie Lucy, was also a fantastic cook. As a young girl she delivered milk to the Solomon’s house, several blocks away. With a name like “Solomon”, my dad, Ernest Alexander, was aware of the finer points of a growing female and he ultimately married her about 1914/1915. For a while he worked as a walking postman. During that time he developed a distinctive, rhythmic walk which you could spot several blocks away. During that time, on December 12, 1916, I was born.
The death of dad’s father from a ruptured appendix, despite the best efforts of the medical doctors there, caused him and mother to attend a chiropractic college in Springfield. After graduation, we moved to Lebanon, Missouri, a small town about fifty miles northeast of Springfield, accessible at that time only by railroad so we would visit Springfield by train. Didn’t have a car then. Couldn’t afford it--$400--no way! They practiced in Lebanon the rest of their lives and became very well known around that area. Regularly, we attended the Second Baptist Church there. Dad was Sunday School Superintendent for a while and a deacon for many years.
My history includes a BS degree, in 1938, from William Jewell College, a Baptist sponsored college in Liberty, MO. Graduate work in Zoology at the University of MO, in Columbia, MO. MS and later and MD degree in 1943 from the University of Wisconsin. Internship in California Hospital in Los Angeles, where I met “Sunny”, real name is Mary Louise, my future wife. She was a student nurse at the time. Her contagious smiles and warm personality caused me to address letters to her at the school as “Sunny”. It caught on and now everyone knows her as “Sunny”. We were married a the end of my Medical Corps WWII career, in 1946.
I joined the Permanente Medical Doctor Group in 1950 after a residency in surgery. I was one of the original doctors of the Southern California Permanente Medical Group, started about 1953. Retired in 1982. Moved here to Mt. Miguel Covenant Retirement Village in 1999. 
Solomon, Lynn Harold (I202094963455)
 
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BRIG GENERAL US AIR FORCE WORLD WAR II, KOREA



3 Jan 1920 census of Butler, Vermilion County, IL, found the Neal family living in dwelling #8 on Main Street:

William Neal 38 IL IL IL Barber
Daisy 36 IL IL IL
Erman 13 IL IL IL
Haskel 10 IL IL IL
Omeada 8 IL IL IL
Justa 6 IL IL IL
Madeline 5 IL IL IL
John 3/12 IL IL IL
Raymond 2/12 IL IL IL


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BRIGADIER GENERAL HASKELL E. NEAL
Retired June 01,1964 Died July 15,1981

Haskell E. Neal was born in Louisville, Ill., in 1904,and moved to Hoopeston, Ill., in 1921. He displayed an early interest in radio communications, completing his first homemade receiver when he was only 12 years old. His inclinations led him to enlist in the Army Air Corps at Scott Field, Ill., March 13, 1928. Almost from the moment of his enlistment he became involved in the development of military communications.

As an enlisted man, he attended service schools in both the Air Corps and the Signal Corps, and also the RCA Resident School in New York in 1932.

His extensive 14 year background of military experience, specializing in the growing field of communications, qualified the then Master Sergeant Neal for elevation to second lieutenant May 5, 1942. As a commissioned officer he was first assigned to the 13th Communications Squadron, a task organization formed at Morrison Field, Fla., to provide communications support for planned invasion and military operations in North Africa.

He served as commanding officer of the 13th Communications Squadron, Africa, and as regional control officer of the 13th Airways Communications Region from May 4, 1942 until Aug. 31, 1943. Accepting new communications responsibilities at a pace commensurate with the speed of the whirlwind African campaign, he was named area control officer for all of Africa and the Middle East Sept. 1, 1943. He held this position until Dec. 13, 1944.

His promotions during wartime paralleled the growth of his responsibilities. He was promoted to first lieutenant May 11, 1942, six days after he was commissioned. He skipped the grade of captain completely, was promoted to major June 6, 1942, to lieutenant colonel Feb. 25, 1943, and to colonel Aug. 28, 1944.

After the communications build-up necessary to the North African campaign was completed, Colonel Neal became commander of the 3rd AACS Wing at Elmendorf Field, Alaska, Dec. 14, 1944. He received the additional duty of air communications officer for Alaska Feb. 4, 1945. In this capacity, he reported directly to the chief of staff, U.S. Air Force, who was, at that time, General H.H. ("Hap") Arnold.

After serving in Headquarters AACS as assistant chief of staff; operations, training and requirements from May 1945 until August 1947, Colonel Neal was selected to attend the Air Command and Staff School at Maxwell Field, Ala. Upon graduation from the Air Command and Staff School, he was assigned as director of communications and electronics for the Caribbean Air Command.

Returning to the United States in January 1950, Colonel Neal entered the Armed Forces Staff College at Norfolk, Va., from which he graduated in July 1950.

He was named assistant director of communications and electronics, Continental Air Command in August 1950; and, when Air Defense Command and Tactical Air Command were reborn out of the reorganization of CONAC, he was named director of communications and electronics for the Air Defense Command.

In this capacity, he was associated with the build-up of Air Defense Command from an organization embracing only two fighter wings and less than a score of active AC&W sites to the modern fighting force charged with responsibility for the air defense of the North American Continent. As director of communications and electronics, he was the whip behind the development of a modern surveillance and detection system that grew from a jury rigged "lash-up" expedient to an integrated AC&W system composed of hundreds of permanent radar stations, including the Pine Tree Line, the seaward extension of radar by picket ships, Texas Towers, airborne "early warning" aircraft, and the Distant Early Warning (DEW) Line.

On July 11, 1955, Colonel Neal was promoted to brigadier general. Later, in recognition of his outstanding service to the nation through his assignment with Air Defense Command, General Neal was awarded the oak leaf cluster to the Legion of Merit for duty performed between 1951 and 1957. In addition to his two Legions of Merit, General Neal has also been awarded the Commendation Ribbon.

From July 8, 1957 to March 9, 1959 General Neal was assigned as commander, 1807th AACS Wing, Bitburg, Germany. Soon after his arrival, the 1807th was redesignated as the European-African Middle Eastern AACS area with its headquarters transferred to Weisbaden, Germany.

On March 10,1959 General Neal was designated commander of the newly formed Ground Electronics Engineering-Installation Agency with Headquarters at Griffiss Air Force Base, N.Y. Under his direction, GEEIA has grown from a widely separated heterogeneous group of individuals to a modern, unified agency charged with the engineering and installation of the Air Forces entire ground communication systems and facilities. Under his leadership GEEIA achieved the maturity of a "can do" organization. This includes an active role in all phases of ground electronics from the massive, integrated installation of communications at each Atlas, Titan and Minuteman missile site, to the down range tracking facilities of the Atlantic Missile Test Range, the base wire and telephone development schedules at each Air Force installation and integral participation on each of the "L" systems such as Sage and Aircom.

(Current as of July 1962) 
Neal, Brigadier General Haskell E (I34554077698)
 

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