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5451 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I34554076559)
 
5452 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I34554075691)
 
5453 SS#445-07-1746 Truck said to have rolled over and crushed his chest. DOA at Hospital. Poteet Funeral Home: Weston, Billy Buster (I34554076557)
 
5454 Starting out as an orphan child did not stop Robert Napier from becoming a successful example to his peers. Militia officer, plantation owner, vestryman of his parish, man of influence. All these terms describe him. His father, though well known in his own time, did not attain his son's stature in public service, and it would be several generations down the line before his descendants equaled him.

Upon the death of Dr. Patrick Napier in the early months of 1669, Robert was a nine year old without a father. Land wise, he was well taken care of, however, for he would inherit half of a huge plantation of 1500 acres in New Kent County upon the death of his mother, as set out in his father's will dated 26, February 1668/9 and proved less than two months later.

In 1712, the Napiers had removed from their Pamunkey Neck plantation to the Tuckahoe Creek area of Henrico County, which would itself, not many years hence, be taken off into Goochland County. Volume 1714-1718 of records, Henrico County, containing wills and deeds, etc., page 59, has a deed from John Ellis to Robert Napier for five Thousand pounds of tobacco. It was for 150 acres by the mouth of Peter's branch where it entered Tuckahoe Creek. It is dated 3, December 1715 and was presented at December Term of court. Witnesses were Frances Epes, Jr., Thomas Williamson and Bouth Napier, the eldest child of Capt. Robert Napier, who was then only 23 years of age. Napier sold this land on 1 January 1717 to Nicholas Cox of Charles City County and we see the unique signature (copied by the clerk) RNapier for the first time ( the R and N joined by one stroke of the pen), differentiating it from the signature of his son of the same name. (This was proved at April Court 1718, p. 240 op. cit.) 
Napier, Capt. Robert (I34554067563)
 
5455 Stephen Kennedy, like his father, was a Missionary Baptist preacher in Honey Creek, Crawford County, IL. See more details at: http://www.rootsweb.com/~ilcrawfo/history/honey.creek.html Kennedy, Stephen (I34554069752)
 
5456 Supposedly hanged as a witch in Salem, MA. Pennoyer, Martha (I34554067615)
 
5457 Surname appears as both Casaretto and Cassaretto.



Rose Sterling Darnall married John Cassaretto around 1923. This was John's first marriage at age 41. They divorced about one year later.



17 year old Giovanni Casareto from Genoa, Italy, was aboard the S.S. La Gascogne which sailed from Havre, France, and arrived in New York, NY, on 6 November 1898. He was bound for San Francisco, CA, and showed his employment as "laborer".

http://search.ancestry.com/iexec?htx=View&r=an&dbid=7488&iid=NYT715_39-0081&fn=Giovanni&ln=Casareto&st=r&ssrc=&pid=4039926413



26 April 1910 census of Redwood City, San Mateo County, CA, found John living with Dionisio Perma and family in dwelling #9. He said that he had immigrated to the United States in 1900:

John Casseretta 28 Italy Italy Italy - Boarder, Single, General work - Tannery



In his WWI Draft Registration Card dated 12 Sept 1918, John Giovani Cassaretto said that he was born 22 October 1881 in Italy. He was living at 141 Wellesley Crescent, Redwood City, San Mateo County, CA. He was employed as a farmer by George A. Merrill in Gilroy, Santa Clara County, CA. He listed his next of kin as his brother, Joseph Cassaretto, who lived on Diller Street in Redwood City, CA.



5 Jan 1920 census of Redwood City, San Mateo County, CA, found the Casaretto family living in dwelling #51 on Madison Avenue:

Joseph Casaretto 42 Italy Gardener - Private family, Immigrated 1894
Mary T. 31 CA Italy Italy
Amile J. 12 CA Italy CA
Eugene D. 8 CA Italy CA
Catherine A. 1 6/12 CA Italy CA
John Casaretto 38 Italy Gardener - Private family, Immigrated 1898
Gienbastiste 40 Italy Gardener - Private family, Immigrated 1900


18 April 1930 census of Redwood City, San Mateo County, CA, found the Casaretto family living in dwelling #492 on Brewster Avenue. John and Florence said that they were first married at ages 41 and 17 respectively:

John Casaretto 48 Italy Italy Italy Gardener, Immigrated to the United States in 1891
Florence 49 Italy Italy Italy Wife, Immigrated to the United States in 1903


15 April 1940 census of Redwood City, San Mateo County, CA, found the Casaretto family living at 188 Duane Street. They said that they lived at the same place on 1 April 1935:

John Casaretto 57 Italy - 3 years of education, Gardner - Private homes, Earned $1000 in past year
Florence Casaretto 59 Italy - 3 years of education 
Cassaretto, John Giovanni (I34554068887)
 
5458 Surname changed to "Miles". Dawson, Robert Lawrence II (I34554068809)
 
5459 Survivors include sons Robert, Green, Frank & Roy, daughters Stella Lowe, Linda Sex, Mrs Edward Hauser & Mrs George Grant.

http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=28035466




17 August 1850 census of Division 1, Pulaski County, KY, found the Ping family living in dwelling #238:

Stephen Ping 41 KY - Farmer
Nancy 37 KY
Will V. 19 KY - No employment
Darson 14 KY
Mary 13 KY
Benjamin 11 KY
Amanda E. 9 KY
Eliza A. 7 KY
Abner 6 KY
Robert 4 KY
Liza 2 KY
Anna 1 KY


1880 Census found Benjamin Ping (48), wife Nancy (36) and children Malinda (10), Francis (8), Loy (6), Edward (3), Mirtie (1), Robert (16), Nannie (17) and stepdaughter Mary Funderburk (16) living in Joplin, Jasper County, MO. Benjamin was employed as a lead miner. 
Ping, Benjamin Franklin (I34554068551)
 
5460 t Newspaper clipping, "Gravette News Herald", Wed. 5/19/1993: Works for Johnson Automotive, Lowell, Ark.: Married at New Prospect Missionary Baptist Church with Roy Galyean officiating: Res. 1993, 17141 Smith Ridge Rd., Garfield, Ark.



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Obituary -

Bobby Lee Setser, 65, of Garfield, went to be with his Lord & Savior, Saturday, December 11, at his home. He was born January 16, 1946 "beside the tracks" in Gravette, to Orval and Dell Hamilton Setser.

He lived his entire life in Benton County, attending elementary school in Gravette and graduating from Bentonville High School in 1964. He worked as a heavy equipment operator for the Benton County Road Department, McClinton Anchor, Wilks Construction Company, and even owned his own dump truck at one time. He then worked as a diesel mechanic and welder for McClarty Truck Leasing (Shipley Motor Company) that evolved into a traveling parts salesman/consultant. He ended his salesman/consulting career at Johnson Truck and Trailer and later retired from Tucks Chapel Lawnmower shop.

He was preceded in death by his parents; a brother James (Jr.) Setser; and his father-in-law, Billy Benton Hollaway.

He will be greatly missed by his wife, Kathy Hollaway Setser, of the home, whom he met at the Jan-Lin Drive Inn in March 1968, and they were married May 25, 1968; his two daughters, Michelle Setser Dye and husband John, Melita Setser, and granddaughters, Taylor and Faith, all of Garfield; his mother-in-law, Kathalene Hollaway of Garfield; one brother, Dean Setser and "favorite" sister-in-law Linda; one sister, Marge Gentry and husband Pratt all of Avoca; five nieces, two nephews, several great-nieces and nephews, and one very special great-great nephew, Mason Huempfner; his "cussin" buddy Chris McKenzie and a very caring physician and friend, Dr. Gary Neaville.

Visitation will be Monday, December 13, 5:50p.m.-8:00p.m. at Sisco Funeral Home in Pea Ridge. Graveside services will be held at Bayless Cemetery, Tuesday, December 14, 11:00a.m. with Frankie Sutherland officiating at Bob's request.

Pallbearers will be nephew, Rusty Setser, great-nephew, Josh Huempfner, longtime friends, Bill Watson, Ronnie Austin, Larry Mills and Marty Seamster. Honorary pallbearers are nephew, James Setser, great-great nephew Mason Huempfner and special friends Chris and Clarence McKenzie, James Layes and Dr. Gary Neaville.

Memorial donation may be made to Bayless Cemetery Association, c/o Sharon Barnett, P.O. Box 14, Gateway, Arkansas, 72733.

http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=setser&GSbyrel=all&GSdyrel=all&GSst=4&GScnty=96&GScntry=4&GSob=n&GRid=62827746&df=all& 
Setser, Bobby Lee (I34554076076)
 
5461 Terrill White <terrillwhite_5@msn.com> 12 Feb 2004 Rotramel, Maggie (I34554076538)
 
5462 Terrill White <terrillwhite_5@msn.com> 12 Feb 2004 Rotramel, Shirley Jean (I34554076542)
 
5463 Terrill White <terrillwhite_5@msn.com> 12 Feb 2004 Rotramel, Melinda (I34554076545)
 
5464 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I34554076549)
 
5465 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I34554076551)
 
5466 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I34554076552)
 
5467 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I34554076553)
 
5468 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I34554076555)
 
5469 Terrill White <terrillwhite_5@msn.com> 12 Feb 2004 Obit: HAZEL CLAUDIA BOSWELL Tahlequah Daily Press June 1989 Rotramel, Mamie Marie (I34554076541)
 
5470 Terrill White <terrillwhite_5@msn.com> 12 Feb 2004 : SSDI 431-18-3319 Rotramel, Toy (I34554076539)
 
5471 Terrill White <terrillwhite_5@msn.com> 12 Feb 2004 Muskogee General Hospital in Muskogee White, Carla Marie (I34554076550)
 
5472 Terrill White <terrillwhite_5@msn.com> 12 Feb 2004 Obit: HAZEL CLAUDIA BOSWELL Tahlequah Daily Press June 1989 Rotramel, Almeda Jane (I34554076540)
 
5473 Terrill White <terrillwhite_5@msn.com> 12 Feb 2004 Obit: HAZEL CLAUDIA BOSWELL Tahlequah Daily Press June 1989 Rotramel, Rosa Lee (Rosalee) (I34554076543)
 
5474 Terrill White <terrillwhite_5@msn.com> 12 Feb 2004 Obit: HAZEL CLAUDIA BOSWELL Tahlequah Daily Press June 1989 Rotramel, Sharon (I34554076544)
 
5475 Terrill White <terrillwhite_5@msn.com> 12 Feb 2004 Obit: HAZEL CLAUDIA BOSWELL Tahlequah Daily Press June 1989 Rotramel, Carol Nadine (I34554076546)
 
5476 Terrill White <terrillwhite_5@msn.com> 12 Feb 2004 Obit: HAZEL CLAUDIA BOSWELL Tahlequah Daily Press June 1989 Rotramel, Henry Calvin (I34554076547)
 
5477 Terrill White <terrillwhite_5@msn.com> 12 Feb 2004 Obit: HAZEL CLAUDIA BOSWELL Tahlequah Daily Press June 1989 Rotramel, Johnny (I34554076548)
 
5478 Terrill White <terrillwhite_5@msn.com> 12 Feb 2004 Obit: HAZEL CLAUDIA BOSWELL Tahlequah Daily Press June 1989 Boswell, Henry (I34554076570)
 
5479 Terrill White <terrillwhite_5@msn.com> 12 Feb 2004 Obit: HAZEL CLAUDIA BOSWELL Tahlequah Daily Press June 1989 Teel, Carrie Ann (I34554076571)
 
5480 Terrill White <terrillwhite_5@msn.com> 12 Feb 2004 Obit: HAZEL CLAUDIA BOSWELL Tahlequah Daily Press June 1989 Rotramel, Wanda (I34554076599)
 
5481 Tevis graduated from Stanford University in 1941. http://www.e-yearbook.com/yearbooks/Stanford_University_Quad_Yearbook/1944/Page_201.html



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



2nd Lieutenant Tevis C. Ferguson, Serial Number O-431958, was listed as "Killed in Action" on 15 July 1942 while serving in the US Army Air Force during World War II. See details below.

http://bakersfield.kernhigh.org/Archiving%20Website/KIA-MIA.pdf


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Tevis was buried in the USAF Military Cemetery at Ipswich, Queensland, Australia on 17 July 1942. Many of those buried in this cemetery were returned to the United States in 1947.

http://www.ipswich.qld.gov.au/documents/heritage/BurialsRegister.xls

http://www.ozatwar.com/locations/uscemeteryipswich.htm


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CRASH OF A P-400 INTO MORETON BAY ON 15 JULY 1942 (Moreton Bay, Queensland, Australia)

On the morning of 15 July 1942, 2nd Lieutenant Tevis C. Ferguson (0431958) of the 80th Fighter Squadron, 8th Fighter Group, USAAF, based at Petrie Airfield, misjudged his distance from the water on a mission over Moreton Bay near Brisbane. He was killed when his left wing clipped the water causing his aircraft to crash. Ferguson had married straight after he had finished flying school. He was from Grass Valley, California.

Ferguson had a reputation for buzzing the Australian Flying school at Redcliffe. On the day of his tragic death he was putting on another show, but misjudged his closeness to the water.

Sgt. J.C. Craig of the Accounts Section, Sandgate WAAAF, gave the following commentary of this crash and another that happened later the same day:

"Time may have dulled the memory in relation to the exact date but not to the fateful events which took place on a certain day, somewhere around the middle of the year in 1942.

It was just another routine day on the base, squads of WAAAFs marching up and down the parade ground, and the RAAF Personnel coming and going.

Down in the Headquarters orderley room, based on the foreshore of the bay, we went about our daily duties. Suddenly the air was rent by the sound of a low flying aircraft. We had become accustomed to this since our American Force Friends had moved on to the Strathpine airfield, and used the Sandgate Camp as a target for shooting up the enemy. On this occasion the pilot did a couple of low runs across the base, coming in from the west, very low across the parade ground, making a turn out over the water, and coming at us again. However on one of these turns he was so low that when he banked to come around, his wing hit the mud, the tide being out. There, before our very eyes his plane nose dived into the mud, killing the pilot."


http://www.ozatwar.com/15jul42.htm

Note: The P-400 was a Bell P-39 Airacobra. The USAAF operated 128 former RAF P-39 aircraft with the designation P-400. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bell_P-39_Airacobra


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Tevis was the son of Claude Ferguson and Jean Ethel nee Clithero. He grew up in Grass Valley, CA, and married right out of high school. On the morning of July 15, 1942, Lt. Ferguson of the 80th Fighter Squadron, 8th Fighter Group, USAAF, based at Petrie Airfield, misjudged his distance from the water on a mission over Moreton Bay near Brisbane. He was killed when his left wing clipped the water, causing his aircraft to crash. He had a reputation for buzzing the Australian Flying School at Redcliffe, and on the day of his tragic death he was putting on another show but misjudged his closeness to the water. He was 24 years old. He was buried at the US American Forces in Australia Cemetery at Ipswich, and in 1947 all remains were exhumed and sent home. It is unknown where the remains of Lt. Ferguson now rest. 
Ferguson, Tevis Clithero (I34554071354)
 
5482 The 14 Jan 1920 census of Esculapia (ED #20), Benton County, AR, found Hattie (40) and Dick Johnson (40) living in dwelling #725. He was employed as a mail carrier with the city. They had sons Leroy (11), Lester (6) and 3 year old daughter Catherine.

14 April 1930 census of Rogers, Benton County, AR, found the Johnson family living in dwelling #423 on East Spruce Street. Dick and Hattie said that they were first married at ages 28 and 27 respectively:

Dick Johnson 51 AR TN AR City mail carrier
Hattie 50 AR IL IN
Lester 17 AR AR AR
Loraine 14 AR AR AR 
Johnson, Catherine Loraine (I34554068158)
 
5483 The 14 Jan 1920 census of Esculapia (ED #20), Benton County, AR, found Hattie (40) and Dick Johnson (40) living in dwelling #725. He was employed as a mail carrier with the city. They had sons Leroy (11), Lester (6) and a 3 year old daughter with a hard-to-read name.

14 April 1930 census of Rogers, Benton County, AR, found the Johnson family living in dwelling #423 on East Spruce Street. Dick and Hattie said that they were first married at ages 28 and 27 respectively:

Dick Johnson 51 AR TN AR City mail carrier
Hattie 50 AR IL IN
Lester 17 AR AR AR
Loraine 14 AR AR AR 
Johnson, Robert Lester (I34554069338)
 
5484 The 14 Jan 1920 census of Esculapia (ED #20), Benton County, AR, found Hattie (40) and Dick Johnson (40) living in dwelling #725. He was employed as a mail carrier with the city. They had sons Leroy (11), Lester (6) and a 3 year old daughter with a hard-to-read name. Johnson, Leroy Taylor (I34554069337)
 
5485 The 1840 census of Walnut Township, Faifield County, OH, listed Victor Manson (age 60-70) and family, including his wife and seven children.



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Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 1500s-1900s:

Name: Frances Manson
Year: 1834
Age: 59
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1775
Place: New York, New York
Family Members: Wife Ann Paris 39;Relative Eugene 17;Relative Frances 12;Relative Philip 3;Relative Rose 16;Relative Victor 6
Source Publication Code: 4907.10.1
Primary Immigrant: Manson, Ann Paris 
Manson, Francois Simon (I34554076973)
 
5486 The 1880 census of Yellow Spring Township, Des Moines County, Iowa, found the Elijah Ping family:

Elijah PING 57 KY KY KY Farmer
Sarah V. 47 VA VA VA
Saml. H. L. 16 IA KY VA
Belle S. 13 IA KY VA
Bolen E. 8 IA KY VA
Alice DOWELL 19 IA KY VA Niece
Saml. COCAYNE 79 VA MD MD Retired Farmer, Father-in-law, Widower


City Directory, 1902-1903, Huron Township, Des Moines County, Iowa. (From the Burlington City Directory:) S. L. Ping, Huron Township, Kingston.

City Directory, 1908-1909, Des Moines County, Iowa: S. L. Ping, Huron Township, (post office) Mediapolis Rural Route 4. 
Ping, Samuel Leroy (I34554068686)
 
5487 The 1880 census of Yellow Spring Township, Des Moines County, Iowa, found the Elijah Ping family:

Elijah PING 57 KY KY KY Farmer
Sarah V. 47 VA VA VA
Saml. H. L. 16 IA KY VA
Belle S. 13 IA KY VA
Bolen E. 8 IA KY VA
Alice DOWELL 19 IA KY VA Niece
Saml. COCAYNE 79 VA MD MD Retired Farmer, Father-in-law, Widower 
Ping, Sarah Belle (I34554068688)
 
5488 The 1880 census of Yellow Spring Township, Des Moines County, Iowa, found the Elijah Ping family:

Elijah PING 57 KY KY KY Farmer
Sarah V. 47 VA VA VA
Saml. H. L. 16 IA KY VA
Belle S. 13 IA KY VA
Bolen E. 8 IA KY VA
Alice DOWELL 19 IA KY VA Niece
Saml. COCAYNE 79 VA MD MD Retired Farmer, Father-in-law, Widower 
Ping, Bolen Elijah (I34554068690)
 
5489 The 1880 census of Yellow Spring Township, Des Moines County, Iowa, found the Elijah Ping family:

Elijah PING 57 KY KY KY Farmer
Sarah V. 47 VA VA VA
Saml. H. L. 16 IA KY VA
Belle S. 13 IA KY VA
Bolen E. 8 IA KY VA
Alice DOWELL 19 IA KY VA Niece
Saml. COCAYNE 79 VA MD MD Retired Farmer, Father-in-law, Widower
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Samuel sold his farm in Flint River Township in about 1869. He moved to Kossuth, and after Mary died, he lived with his children.
When he died in 1888, his assets were inventoried. They were: 15 lots in Kossuth, Des Moines, IA, 4 quilts, 3 white sheets, 3 flannel handkerchiefs, 2 pair pillow slips, 3 drawers, shawl, brown coat and vest, gray shirt, overcoat, black suit, valise, 2 hats, cane, Mother's picture, tomb picture, demijohn, razor, slippers, pan and spittoon, trunk, bedstead, pocket book, Bible, socks.

When Samuel wrote his will, he asked that his assets be divided among his heirs listed as follows:

G.W. Cockayne, Mediapolis

H.S. Cockayne, Sperry

Samuel Cockayne, Kansas

Sarah Ping, Mediapolic

Benjamin Cockayne, North Flint

Louisa Orr, Mediapolis

Laura Clark, Mediapolis

Josephine Graham, Ft. Madison

William Cockayne, Burlington

Lonzo Cockayne, Kossuth

Heirs of Martha Dowel, deceased daughter, all in this state. 
Cockayne, Samuel Jr (I34554075168)
 
5490 The 1881 British Census found the Ringgold and Ball families living at 23 Sykes Street, Everton, Lancashire, England:

Thomas Ball 43 Huyton, Lancashire, England - Cab driver
Emma S. Ball 41 Newport, Monmouth, England
James Ball 18 Old Swan, Lancashire, England - Groceries apprentice
Elizabeth Ball 16 Old Swan, Lancashire, England
Edith M. Ball 3M Everton, Lancashire, England
James A. Ringgold 16 Newport, Monmouth, England - Stepson, Messanger in office
William H. Ringgold 7 Everton, Lancashire, England - Stepson, Scholar


According to a passport application completed June 1919 by James' wife, Minnie, he immigrated to the United States from Liverpool, England, aboard the Abyssinia on 10 March 1883.


7 June 1900 census of Brooklyn, Kings County, NY, found the Ringgold family living in dwelling #82 on Vanon Avenue. James and Minnie said that they had been married 10 years and 2 of their 3 children were still living. James said that he had immigrated to the United States in 1895, wife Minnie in 1886, daughter Minnie in 1896 and son James in 1898:

James Ringgold 12/1864 35 England France England - Sailor
Minnie 12/1869 30 England Ireland At sea
Minnie 9/1893 6 England Endland England
James 8/1897 2 England England England


22 April 1910 census of Kearny, Hudson County, NJ, found the Ringgold family living in dwelling #15. James and Minnie said that they had been married 20 years and 2 of their 4 children were still living. James said that he had immigrated to the United States in 1879, Minnie in 1878, daughter Minnie in 1886 and son James in 1889:

James A. Ringgold 45 England France England - Purser
Minnie E. 40 England Ireland Born at sea
Minnie E. 16 England England England
James A. 12 England England England




3 April 1930 census of East Orange, Essex County, NJ, found the Ringgold family living in dwelling #59. James and Minnie said that they were first married at ages 25 and 21 respectively and that they had both immigrated to the United States in 1911:

James A. Ringgold 65 ENG FRA ENG Chief Commissioner, Steam Ship
Minnie E. 60 ENG ENG ENG 
Ringgold, James Adolphus (I34554073770)
 
5491 The 19 April 1910 census of Palo Alto, Santa Clara County, CA, shows

Worth, Elmer J Mi Mi Mi
Worth, Louise H Ill Germany Germany
Worth, Madeline Ca Mi Ill
Worth, Everett Ca Mi Ill


2 Jan 1920 census of Palo Alto, Santa Clara County, CA, found the Worth family living in dwelling #19 on Ramona Street:

Elmer Worth 47 MI MI MI - Merchant, General merchandise
Louise 47 IL Germany Germany
Madalyn 18 CA MI IL
Ernest 11 CA MI IL - Newsboy, Street


17 April 1930 census of Palo Alto, Santa Clara County, CA, found the Worth family living at 1024 Ramona Street. Elmer and Louise said that they were first married at ages 23 and 25 respectively:

Elmer J. Worth 58 MI MI IN - Retail merchant - Groceries
Louise H. 60 IL Holland Holland
Ernest E. 21 CA MI IL - Son, Single, No employment



11 April 1940 census of American, Sacramento County, CA, found the Worth family in dwelling #208 on Blu Ali Avenue:

Ernest Worth 36 CA - 8 years of education, Tractor operator - Public utility, Earned $996 in past year, Lived in San Jose, Santa Clara County, CA, on 1 April 1935
Pearl Worth 42 KS - Wife, Completed 5 years of college education, Junior clerk - Department of State Employment, Earned $960 in past year, Lived in Melvern, Osage County, KS, on 1 April 1935
Alice Cargay 82 PA - Mother-in-law, Widow, Lived in Melvern, Osage County, KS, on 1 April 1935 
Worth, Ernest Elmer (I34554069522)
 
5492 The 19 April 1910 census of Palo Alto, Santa Clara County, CA, shows

Worth, Elmer J Mi Mi Mi
Worth, Louise H Ill Germany Germany
Worth, Madeline Ca Mi Ill
Worth, Everett Ca Mi Ill


2 Jan 1920 census of Palo Alto, Santa Clara County, CA, found the Worth family living in dwelling #19 on Ramona Street:

Elmer Worth 47 MI MI MI - Merchant, General merchandise
Louise 47 IL Germany Germany
Madalyn 18 CA MI IL
Ernest 11 CA MI IL - Newsboy, Street


The 2 April 1930 census of Multnomah County, Oregon, Precinct 346 shows Lowell Miller and his wife, Madeline, were married at ages 28 and 24 respectively:

Miller, Lowell M 32 CA WI IL Underwriter/Insurance Co
(His mother and father's birthplaces were reversed)
Madeline 28 CA TN TN
Lowell M 3 4/12 CA CA CA



5 April 1940 census of Portland, Multnomah County, OR, found the Miller family living at 77 Northeast 35th Place. They said that they lived at the same place on 15 April 1935:

Lowell M. Miller 42 CA - Completed 3 years of college education, Special agent - Insurance company, Earned $4200 in past year
Madalyn Miller 38 CA - Completed 3 years of college education
Lowell M. Miller 13 CA - 7 years of education




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Madalyn Miller's death certificate shows that her father's name was Elmer J. Worth, born in Michigan, and her mother's maiden name was Louise Ontkes, born in Illinois. The informant on Madalyn's death certificate was Mrs. Jeanne M. Sheffield, 12503 Green Meadow Lane, Saratoga, CA 95070.

Buried as Madelyn Miller along with her husband, Lowell, in Plot V 2747 in Golden Gate National Cemetery, San Bruno, CA.

http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=34193701 
Worth, Zelma Madalyn (I34554069556)
 
5493 The 2 April 1930 census of Multnomah County, Oregon, Precinct 346 shows Lowell Miller and his wife, Madeline, were married at ages 28 and 24 respectively:

Miller, Lowell M 32 CA WI IL Underwriter/Insurance Co
(His mother and father's birthplaces were reversed)
Madeline 28 CA TN TN
Lowell M 3 4/12 CA CA CA



5 April 1940 census of Portland, Multnomah County, OR, found the Miller family living at 77 Northeast 35th Place. They said that they lived at the same place on 15 April 1935:

Lowell M. Miller 42 CA - Completed 3 years of college education, Special agent - Insurance company, Earned $4200 in past year
Madalyn Miller 38 CA - Completed 3 years of college education
Lowell M. Miller 13 CA - 7 years of education





Lowell "Steve" Miller graduated from Willamette University in Salem, Marion County, Oregon, and was employed as a project manager for Hughes Aircraft. After his last wife's death, he moved to Chile.



The California Birth Index shows Lowell Morrison Miller Jr. was born 24 Nov 1926 in Los Angeles County. It also shows his mother's maiden name as "Worth".



Lowell M. Miller Jr. married his first wife, Jeanne Mills, on 28 June 1949 in Salem, Marion County, OR, while he was a university student and she was working as a receptionist in Salem. She divorced him on 31 March 1953 in Santa Barbara, CA, due to "extreme cruelty". He then married his cousin Jane Miller in Carmel, Monterey County, CA, in September 1954. 
Miller, Lowell Morrison Jr (I34554070916)
 
5494 The 5 June 1900 census of Esculapia, Rogers, Benton County, AR, showed Joshua Peck (62) living in dwelling #23, employed as a farmer.
Belinda Peck (53) and her children were living in dwelling #77 on South Arkansas Street where she was employed as a landlady. Belinda noted that she had been married 28 years and that 4 of her 7 children were still living. Daughter Hattie had been married 1 year and had no children. Youngest daughter, Maggie (13), was noted to have been born in Indian Territory:

Belinda Peck 10/1846 53 IL OH IL Landlady
Marty May 5/1877 23 IL IN IL
Hatty A. 5/1879 21 AR IN IL
James R. 8/1883 16 AR IN IL
Maggie B. 11/1886 12 IT IN IL


Living in Neodesha, KS, between 1910 and 1925.

16 April 1910 census of Neodesha, Wilson County, KS, found James and wife living in dwelling #29. They had been married 2 years:

James Peck 29 AR IL IL Drayman - General Delivery
Ana 18 KS KS MI


In his WWI Draft Registration Card dated 12 Sept 1918, James Richard Peck said that he was born 25 Aug 1918. He was living with his daughter Bernice Peck at 508 N. 6th Street, Neodesha, Wilson County, KS. He was employed as a traveling grocery salesman for Independence Wholesale Groceries, West Myrtle Street, Independence, Montgomery County, KS.


20 Jan 1920 census of Neodesha, Wilson County, KS, found widowed James and daughter living with in-laws in dwelling #424:

H. Shurtleff 50 KS NY NY Proprietor - Furniture Store
Cora E. 48 MI MI MI wife
Harry R. 14 KS KS KS son
Bernice L. Peck 7 KS MO KS granddaughter
James R. Peck 37 AR AR AR Commercial agent - Groceries 
Peck, James Richard (I34554069334)
 
5495 The 5 June 1900 census of Esculapia, Rogers, Benton County, AR, showed Joshua Peck (62) living in dwelling #23, employed as a farmer.
Belinda Peck (53) and her children were living in dwelling #77 on South Arkansas Street where she was employed as a landlady. Belinda noted that she had been married 28 years and that 4 of her 7 children were still living. Daughter Hattie had been married 1 year and had no children. Youngest daughter, Maggie (13), was noted to have been born in Indian Territory:

Belinda Peck 10/1846 53 IL OH IL Landlady
Marty May 5/1877 23 IL IN IL
Hatty A. 5/1879 21 AR IN IL
James R. 8/1883 16 AR IN IL
Maggie B. 11/1886 12 IT IN IL


26 Jan 1920 census of Walters, Cotton County, OK, found the Campbell family living in dwelling #124 on Broadway:

W. C. Campbell 42 AR US US Merchant
M. 32 AR IN IL
Marian 12 MO AR AR
Kenneth 8 MO AR AR
Leon 5 MO AR AR


12 April 1930 census of Independence, Montgomery County, KS, found the Campbell family living in dwelling #402 on Cottonwood Street. W.C and Maggie said that they were first married at ages 29 and 20 respectively:

W. C. Campbell 52 AR US US Grocery clerk
Maggie 42 AR IA IN
Kenneth 18 MO AR AR
Leon 17 MO AR AR
Billy 5 KS AR AR 
Peck, Maggie Belinda (I34554069335)
 
5496 The name "Albert" does not appear elsewhere in this Miller family tree line except in the Ping family. It became a popular name, however, after Britain's Queen Victoria and Prince Albert visited America in October 1860.



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Albert Miller ran a lumber mill and cut trees for his future father-in-law, Charles Hamilton, in Bentonville, Benton County, Arkansas. Later, he ran a water well drilling business owned by Elmore Lounsbury in Osage County, Oklahoma. He then moved his family to California around September 1931.



14 June 1880 census of Willow Hill, Jasper County, IL, found the Miller family living in dwelling #215. Also in the household were Mary's three daughter from her first marriage:



James Miller 39 IL OH OH Farmer

Mary 37 IN KY KY

Alwilda Higgins 18 IL KY IN Step-daughter

Minnie Higgins 16 IL KY IN Step-daughter

Nancy Higgins 12 IL KY IN Step-daughter

Albert Miller 7 IL IL IN

Alphon 3 IL IL IN

Robert 7/12 IL IL IN





20 June 1900 census of Garland, Benton County, AR, found the Miller family living in dwelling #188. Albert and Arminda said that they had been married 4 years and their 2 children were both still living:



Albert Miller 8/1872 27 IL IL IL Farmer

Arminda 3/1881 19 AR TN MS

Jessie R. 9/1897 2 AR IL AR

Ethal 1/1900 4/12 AR IL AR





23 April 1910 census of Decatur, Benton County, AR, found Albert Miller and family in dwelling #113. Albert and Arminda said that they had been married 14 years and 4 of their 5 children were still living. Albert showed his employment as an engineer at a saw mill. Son Jessie was a laborer at a saw mill. Next door in dwelling #112 was brother John Thomas Miller, listed as James T. Miller, (26, single, AR IL IL) boarding with the Ratrammel Amos family. John was also employed as an engineer at a saw mill:



Albert Miller 38 IL IL IL Engineer - Saw mill

Minda 28 AR MS MS

Jessie 12 AR IL AR Laborer - Saw mill

Ethel 8 AR IL AR

Guy 5 AR IL AR

Hattie 3 AR IL IL





19 Jan 1920 census of Pawhuska, Osage County, OK, found Albert and Jess Miller living in dwelling #57:



Jess Miller 22 AR IL AR Teamster, single

J.A. Miller 47 IL IL IL Teamster, married





24 March 1920 census of Elgin City, Chautauqua County, KS, found the Miller family living in dwelling #109:



J. A. Miller 48 IL US US Laborer - Oil fields

Minda 39 AR TN MS

Jesse 22 AR IL AR Teamster - Oil fields

Guy 15 AR IL AR

Hattie 12 AR IL AR

Ada 8 AR IL AR

Ralph 1 1/12 AR IL AR





14 April 1930 census of Owasso, Tulsa County, OK, found the Miller family living in dwelling #70. Albert and Arminda said that they were first married at ages 23 and 15 respectively. Next door in dwelling #69 was the Leander Hamilton family:



Albert J. Miller 57 IL IL IL Farmer

Arminda 49 AR TN MS

Ada 18 AR Il AR

Ralph 14 AR IL AR

Warren 9 AR IL AR

Mary 5 AR Il AR





Death Certificate #32-016420, State of California, filed 10 March 1932 shows birthdate as 9 August 1872, age at death 59 years, 6 months, 27 days. Cause of death "probably apoplexy". Occupation listed as farmer for 14 years. It also said that he had been in California for 18 months at the time of his death,





According to family members who knew him, Albert Miller, his son Ralph (age 16), Jess Fugitt and Hubert Ackley were cutting down trees along the Pajaro river when Albert handed his axe to Ralph, sat down to rest and suddenly died from a heart attack. They were on the Monterey County side of a bridge over the Pajaro river, across from Santa Cruz County.



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Obituary - Albert Miller



Miller, Albert - Word was received a few days ago by Mrs. S. P. Parker telling of the death of her half-brother, Albert Miller, who had resided in California for a year or more. Heart trouble was the cause of his death. He leaves a wife and seven children, most grown.

(Benton County Record &amp;amp;amp;amp; Democrat &amp;amp;amp;amp; Sun, 7 April 1932)





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Pioneer Cemetery - Watsonville



Albert Miller is buried in the Watsonville Pioneer Cemetery, Bock 15, Lot 28, Grave 8.



Records for the Watsonville Pioneer Cemetery and for the Watsonville Catholic Cemetery, as well as for Valley Catholic Cemetery, are located in the Pajaro Valley Public Cemetery District, on Marin Street. This is actually in back of the Pioneer Cemetery.



Pioneer Cemetery (encompassing the "old" I.O.O.F. Cemetery) is run by:



Pajaro Valley Public Cemetery District

Robert S. Stanford, Mgr.

66 Marin St, Watsonville, CA 95076

831-722-0310



Directions: Take Hwy 1 Airport Blvd. to Freedom Blvd. Right on Freedom

Blvd. Continue till you see the crypts of the "old" Watsonville Catholic Cemetery on the left. Pioneer Cemetery is about 2-3 blocks further on the right. It is surrounded by fast food, shopping centers, etc. and you'll think it's the wrong street, but don't despair! The chain-link fence gate on Freedom Blvd appears to be permanently locked. Go to the first street past the Cemetery, turn right, then right again. The cemetery parking lot and office are in the "back" of the Cemetery. The office is closed from 12 to 1 for lunch. 
Miller, Albert J. (I34554067281)
 
5497 The will of Michael Lounsbury of Stamford, dated 18 Jan. 1730, proved 16 April 1731, names children: "Murmoth" (Monmouth), Joshua, Nehemiah, Jonathan, Sarah, Jemima, and Abigail, brother Henry Lounsbury; wife Sarah; no executor cited; wit: Samuel Weed, Daniel Hait and Thomas June; inventory, by said Weed and Samuel Hait, 17 June, filed 24 June 1731; 1 Sept. 1747, distribution according to will. (Mead- Ms. "Stamford Probate" 1.23.) See Stamford V.R. (Barbour), 129; "Stamford Registration", 1874, 71; Selleck-Jacobus "Miner Ancestry", 1928, 63-64; Mead: Ms. "Stamford Probate", 1:19 50; "Lockwood Genealogy", 1889, 35; Baird. "Rye", 1871, 421. I have further data.

Lounsbery, Michael, late of Stamford, will dated Jan. 18, 1730, probated Apr. 16, 1731, he died Jan. 20, 1731, mentions his children Murmoth, Joshua, Nehemiah, Jonathan, Sarah, Jemima, and Abigail, brother Henry Lounsbury, and wife Sarah. Executor not named. Witnesses Samuel Weed, Daniel Hait, and Thomas June, page 23. Inventory taken June 17, 1731, by Samuel Weed, and Samuel Hait, and filed June 24, 1731, page 24. Sept. 1, 1747, distribution ordered according to his will.

Lounsbury, Michael, late of Stamford, Apr. 23, 1751, estate distributed according to his will to Jonathan Lounsbury, son of deceased, page 62. Nov. 28, 1751, estate distributed to Monmouth Lounsbury and Joshua Lounsbury, page 67.



More About MICHAEL LOUNSBURY:
Property: 1702, Purchased land on "Pepper Ridge, near Tauton." (Source: History of Stamford, Connecticut by Rev. E. B. Huntington, p.188.)

Source: http://boards.ancestry.co.uk/localities.northam.canada.ontario.kent/960.964.3.1/mb.ashx

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Michael, son of Richard Lounsbury, was born about 1580, died January 20, 1730-31, at Stamford, Connecticut. He married, June 10, 1707, Sarah Lockwood, daughter of Lieutenant Jonathan Lockwood, born September 10, 1634, died May 12, 1688, and his wife, Sarah Ferris, daughter of Geoffrey Ferris. Jonathan was a son of Robert Lockwood, the immigrant. Michael Lounsbury bought land in Stamford in 1702, at Pepper Ridge near Taunton. Children, born at Stamford: 1. And 2. Elizabeth and Sarah, twins, born June 13, 1708. 3. Michael, January 23, 1710, died November 16, 1730. 4. Jemima, born March 17, 17--. 5. Monmouth, born December 20, 17--. 6. Joshua, July 1, 1716. 7. Joshua, July 1, 1716. 8. Nehemiah, of whom further.. 9. Abigail, September 11, 1719. 10. Jonathan, October 20, 1721.

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Lounsbury, Michael (I34554067622)
 
5498 There has been quite alot of confusion with the many Samuel Lane's in this area of Maryland during this period of time but what has been the most confusing to me were the number of children he has been credited with and which wife they were born to. The Samuel Lane that I am now addressing is a direct ancestor of this researcher and to the best of my ability I think I have been able to resolve at least some of the confusion of the off spring of Samuel Jr. This particular Samuel 1735/36-1812, born in Baltimore Co. Maryland was a minister and the son of a Samuel Lane Sr. (also a minister) 1700-1779. Both Samuel Jr. and Samuel Sr. married women with the last name of Corbin, related to each other back the line a bit. Samuel Jr. was married three times and fathered at least 23 children. They have all been named before by various people but some have been credited erroniously to Samuel Sr. or different wives of Samuel Jr. There is more research being done to straighten this out but it is still a work in progress. All the children named following are all children of Samuel Jr. but we still can't attribute them to the proper mothers because of unproven dates of bith, death and marriage dates for the mothers. Hopefully this will happen in the near future and I will update this line soon, with a more complete story of this line that goes back to Adam De La (Lone) in England.
Samuel Jr. was married to Mary Jane Corbin, Keziah Sias (have marriage record on this one already) and supposedly to a woman named Mary Wiley. Personaly I believe his first wife was Mary Jane Corbin, his second was Mary Willey and his last was Keziah but not proven yet. The Sias line intermingles with the Lane Lane and relation many times.
The children's names are: Mary (Polly) Lane, Richard, Ruth, Abraham, Jane, Pretsoca, Elizabeth, Dutton, Samuel III, James, Delilah, Caleb, Joshua, John, George, Phoebe, Sarah, Eleanor, Abner and Jacob Lane, a daughter A. and daughter B. by Mary Wiley. Four of these children are proportedly two sets of twins. I think this is propably true since I have found the Lane's have had quite a few twins over the years. 
Lane, Rev. Samuel Sr (I34554072829)
 
5499 There would not have been money for a stone for Basel in 1826 or 1827, having been uprooted from Green Country, Kentucky to open up a new piee of land in Pettus County. And it would be quite possible that Elizabeth, broght back for burial beside her husband 15 years later, wouldn't be in much better financial condition, nor would her children and so the lack of a tombstone for her wouldn't necessary mean she wasn't there.
Anyway, I was soaking up the experience and Mrs. Parsons than said, "You know, ther's a slave grave out in back of the wall." I said that was interesting, Mr. Parsons added, "Yes, her name was Elizabeth. There is a stone out there."
So I hurried out of the cemetary and went around to find the stone thinking probably this was no slave. This was Elizabeth Lane Prigmore, the wife of Basel Prigmore.I found the stone which ust be five feet long, a slab quarred near by and shaped an finished off. Mrs. Parsons said that the follow who has cleaned out the cemetary had gone out there to the slave grave and had taken a wire brush to the stone and had found that the name was Elizabeth. June goes on to say she did not have time for proper evaluation of the stone.
from June Welsh notes 
Prigmore, Joseph Basel (I34554069365)
 
5500 There would not have been money for a stone for Basel in 1826 or 1827, having been uprooted from Green Country, Kentucky to open up a new piee of land in Pettus County. And it would be quite possible that Elizabeth, broght back for burial beside her husband 15 years later, wouldn't be in much better financial condition, nor would her children and so the lack of a tombstone for her wouldn't necessary mean she wasn't there.
Anyway, I was soaking up the experience and Mrs. Parsons than said, "You know, ther's a slave grave out in back of the wall." I said that was interesting, Mr. Parsons added, "Yes, her name was Elizabeth. There is a stone out there."
So I hurried out of the cemetary and went around to find the stone thinking probably this was no slave. This was Elizabeth Lane Prigmore, the wife of Basel Prigmore.I found the stone which ust be five feet long, a slab quarred near by and shaped an finished off. Mrs. Parsons said that the follow who has cleaned out the cemetary had gone out there to the slave grave and had taken a wire brush to the stone and had found that the name was Elizabeth. June goes on to say she did not have time for proper evaluation of the stone.
from June Welsh notes 
Lane, Elizabeth (I34554069366)
 

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