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1 Emeline Grover Rich (1831-1917)
Emeline Grover Rich, the fifth wife of Charles C. Rich, was the daughter of Thomas Grover and Caroline Whiting. She was born 3 July 1831 in New York. Her father was said to have an unusual amount of energy, both mentally and physically and could make a living where other men failed. He joined the Church of Jesus Christ just six months after it was organized and at that time made the Prophet Joseph Smith a present of a considerable sum of money.
Mrs. Grover had seven girls, Emeline being the second. Her mother died while she was still young. After her death, Emeline, being independent and very industrious decided to help earn her own living. She was a natural-born nurse and even at an early age helped care for the sick.
She married Charles C. Rich in Nauvoo, Illinois, 2 February 1846 and was soon afterward driven out with the rest of the Saints. She persuaded her husband to let her drive one of his teams across the plains and every day for the whole journey she was responsible for that team.
The following children were born to Charles C. and Emeline: Thomas Grover, Caroline Whiting, Nancy Emeline, Landon Jedediah, Samuel Joseph, Heber Charles Chase, Joel Hezekiah, and George Quayle.
Along with the rearing of her family in Utah, she had a great desire to study medicine. She read some books on medicine, and then she was finally able to attend a school from which she got a diploma in nursing. She received a ?call? and a blessing from Brigham Young, setting her apart to care for the sick and to act as a mid-wife. She was very devoted to her work. No night was too dark, or the way too long for her to go when anyone was ill and needed her. It was to this woman that the family of Charles C. Rich turned when they had sickness.
She passed away May 4, 1917 at Paris, Idaho and is buried in the Paris Cemetery.
The Paris Post paid her this tribute: ?After a long busy and useful life, she died as she had lived, honored, trusted, and loved by all. Her life was completed, if work all done and well done constitutes completion. Through all the vicissitudes and sorrows that she met in the way, her faith in God and her devotion to her family and friends never wavered.

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Joseph Reiff, b. 14-Sep-1828 in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. He married (1) Mary Jane Wilson, married 26-Sep-1850, b. 28-Oct-1832 in Ohio, d. 27-Dec-1860. He married (2) Mary Bally, married 11-Jul-1861, b. 05-Oct-1837 in Richland Co. Ohio, (daughter of Yost Balley and Unknown) d. 22-May-1917 in Gage County, Nebraska, buried: in Brethren Cem., Holmesville, Nebraska. Joseph died 03-Jul-1903 in Gage County, Nebraska, buried: in Brethren Cem,, Holmesville, Nebraska. From Past and Present of Woodford Co. IL, Wm LeBaron Jr. & Co., 1878
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Reiff, Joseph, farming and stock; sec. 15; P.O. Roanoke: was born in Lancaster Co., Pa. Sept.14, 1828; he married Miss Mary J. Wilson Sept. 16, 1850; she was born in Ohio Oct 28, 1852; she died Dec. 27, 1860; they had four children, two living--Samuel W. and Andrew S. His second wife was Miss Mary Bally; she was born in Richland Co., Ohio, Oct 5, 1837, and married July 11, 1861; they have three children--John B., Mary J., and Lizzie C. He lived in Lancaster Co. twenty-one years, then moved to Bloomington, Ill., remaining four months; then came to Woodford Co., Ill., and worked on a farm; he then improved a farm near Benson; and in 1859 he came to his present place; he is no office seeker, his only office being School Director. On arriving in the county he had less than $18; his farm now contains 320 acres.

He and second wife, Mary Bally Smith, were called Grandpap and Grandmother by their grandchildren. Moved to Woodford Co. IL in 1848. Accumulated 440 acres. Moved to Gage Co. in 1889 and bought 560 acres, much of which he later gave to his five children Mary: Two of her four children died young. Mary: Family came from Germany, settled in Pennsylvania, later moved to Ohio, and later to Illinois, where they established their home. After husband Joseph's death, maintained a comfortable home in Holmesville, Nebraska, until her own death. Granddaughter Estella Reiff who stayed with her there for two years while going to high school said she could not even write her own name in English, so Stella always wrote her letters to relatives. Was a good cook and baked gluten bread because she was diabetic. Died of gangrene in heel.
I. Samuel W. Reiff, (son of Joseph Reiff and Mary Jane Wilson) b. 14-Mar-1852. He married Lydia.
II. Andrew S. Reiff, (son of Joseph Reiff and Mary Jane Wilson) b. 04-Aug-1855. He married Catherine Mast, b. 1-Jan-1860, (daughter of Abraham Mast and Barbara Apple) d. in Illinois. Andrew died 18-Jun-1911 in Gage County, Nebraska, buried: in Brethren Cem., Holmesville, Nebraska. Farmed 80 acres in Ilinois for some years. In 1884 sold and came to Gage Co, NE. Bought 200 acres in Rockford Twp. Gradually bought more until owned 1000 acres. Built "beautiful home...surrounded with evergreens. "Andrew Reiff had started live with practically nothing and at his death was a man of wealth, gained through his industry and carefulness...His religious faith was that of the Dunkard church and in politics he was a Republican.>
Listed in the Nebraska State Farmers Gazeteer, for 1890-91. Half brother to John Bally Reiff.
Plat of Rockford, Gage County, 1922 shows over 400 acres of land adjoining John B. Reiff's land, held in the name of Cathierine Reiff and in join name of Catherine and Mabel Pearl Reiff. Catherine: Spouse of Andrew Reiff, half-brother of John Bally Reiff. In 1922 had in her own name acres adjoining John B. Reiff's propety, and in name of her and daughter Mabel Pearl another 160 acres. The Mast family, A. W. Mast and Aaron Mast owned 100 and 160 adjoining acres respectively, just 1/2 mile east of the Reiff holdings.
A. George W. Reiff, b. 28-Dec-1882 in Woodford Co., IL. He married Clara Lewis, married 5 Feb 1908, b. 26 Mar 1885 in Richardson Co., NE, (daughter of John Lewis and Anna Williams). In plat of Rockford section of Gage County, 1922, is shown as owning one section of 160 acres and another of 100 together with a C. Reiff (probably Catherine, his mother).
1. Grace Reiff, b. 1912.
B. William Reiff.
C. Alice Reiff. She married Joseph Nickey, occupation Farmer. Joseph: Graduate of agricultural college. Lived in Monticello, Minnesota..
D. Pearl Reiff. In 1918 was living with mother in Beatrice.
E. Frank Reiff. He married Maude Shock. Frank died 11 Dec 1912. Killed when struck by a tree he was felling.
1. Eunice Reiff.
2. Andrew Reiff.
III. John Bally Reiff, (son of Joseph Reiff and Mary Bally) b. 10-Feb-1863 in Roanoke, Illinois, occupation Farmer. He married (1) Emma Susan(Sue)Gish, married 15-Feb-1885 in Roanoke, Woodford Co. Illinois, b. 23-Jan-1865 in Roanoke, Woodford County, Illinois, (daughter of William Abraham Gish and Sarah Ellenor Statler) d. 16-Jan-1897 in Gage County, Nebraska, buried: in Brethren Cem., Holmesville, NE. He married (2) Martha Lavina Fink, married 28-Jun-1899 in Beatrice, Nebraska, b. 14-Jul-1878 in Bull's Gap,Greene Co. Tenn., (daughter of Samuel C.(Creg?) Fink and Hannah Melinda Wattenbarger) d. 22-Nov-1956 in Beatrice, Nebraska, buried: in Brethren Cem., Holmesville, NE., John died 18-Dec-1924 in Beatrice, Gage County, Nebraska, buried: in Brethren Cem.Holmesville, NE. *Moved to Gage Co., Nebr. with three oldest children and wife 1889-90. There *settled on farm close to Brethren Church, of which he was a lay minister who *used to read from the pulpit on Sundays. Old friends said he owned several *farms in Nebraska, but lost all but home farm in California speculation. Had several strokes; died of uremia. Was justice of the peace, on school board, and a director of the elevator at Holmesville, of the Blue Springs Telephone Company and a member of the Crop Improvement Association of Gage County. A 1922 plat of the Rockford township of Gage County shows the Reiff name on a total of 820 acres of land, most of it adjoining, with the names of John B., G. W., Catherine, William H., and Catherine and Mabel Pearl on various parcels. Emma: Always called "Sue." One of her ancestors, Matthias Gish, was on the Pennsylvania Merchant when it landed in Philadelphia in 1733.The Gish family was one of the early settlers of Roanoke; supposedly one of the early Gishes was the first pastor of the Panther Creek "Dunker" (German Lutheran) church and named Roanoke after his birthplace in Roanoke, Virginia. Martha: *Came from Tenn. to Gage Co., Nebr. Her mother may have worked *as housekeeper for John B. Reiff. Remembered by grandchildren as a tall, *stern woman but loving grandmother. Pacifist. Angry when grandson joined * Boy Scouts, because he then "had to wear a uniform and "march." Wore long dresses and sunbonnets of the time. Sunday garb was long black coat and black bonnet. Buried wearing little lace cap of Brethren and Mennonittes.
Pall Bearers were Ross Beckner, Ray Brubaker, Fred Root, Elvyn Wrightsman, Earl Howard, and Claude Dell.
Her grandfather, John Michael Fink, (see his notes) served in the War of 1812, from which he contracted severe rheumatism. Her grandmother applied for and was awarded a pension of $4.00 per month.
Her older sister, Sarah Elilzabeth Fink, married Daniel Clark Bashor, Brethren minister, who in 1885 moved to Nebraska to open what is now the Holmesville Church of the Brethren
A. James Carson Reiff, (son of John Bally Reiff and Emma Susan(Sue)Gish) b. 05-Feb-1886 in Roanoke, Woodford County, Illinois, occupation Farmer. He married Hazel Lucy Divine, married 08-Nov-1911 in Kearny, Buffalo County, Nebraska, b. 13 Oct 1890 in Lockport Twnp., St. Joseph Co. MI, (daughter of James Eratus Divine and Lydia Ann Schock) occupation Housewife, Nursery, LPN, d. 18 May 1963 in Sanger, CA, buried: in Arnold, NE Cem. Arnold NE. James died 10-Aug-1940 in Arnold, Custer County, Nebraska, buried: in Arnold Cem. Arnold NE. Moved to Arnold, NE in 1925 Died of a rattlesnake bite. He found it partway out of its hole and tried to hold it with a piece of post and cut off its head with his pocketknife. The snake wriggled out enough to strike, biting him in a large vein in his hand. He killed the snake, mounted his horse and rode home, and his son rushed him to the hospital. The location of the bite caused the poison to spread too rapidly for the doctors to save him and he died less that 24 hours after he had been bitten.

Letter from his daughter, Helen Hein, to Joseph W. Reiff: "I have heard that he rented a farm close to his father's when he was a boy and started farming for himself, taking his oldest sister, Ida, along to keep house for him

"None of the first family (Carson, Charles, Ida, Oma, Stella) was able to get a high school education because of finances and always being needed to help after the babies of John B. Reiff's second family started arriving. My father only went through the ninth grade, but he was a great reader, always had Extension Service literature and tried to follow their advice, and advanced himself in every way possible. He was known for his honesty and industry." Hazel: During her high school years, stayed with grandmother Lucy Ware Schock, a widow by then, in Blue Springs, NE, during her high school years. She graduated from Blue Springs High School in 1908. During part of that time she had only one dress, which she washed evenings and ironed before she went to school in the mornings. Nellie Maze, a classmate , also stayed there. Graduated from Three Rivers, MI, High School abouit 1903-4. Claimed she ice skated eight miles to school Father would not permit her to teach when whe graduated from Blue Springs HS, although she had a teaching certificate.
1. Helen Lydia Reiff, b. 6 Apr 1918 in Gage Co. NE. She married (1) Robert Severt Johnson, married 14 Jun 1939 in Grand Island, NE, b. 9 May 1915 in Millican, 23 mi. SW of Bend, OR, (son of Robert B. Johnson and Dora Ann Lee) d. 21 Jan 2000 in Eugene, OR. She married (2) Corwin E. "Slim" Hein, married 17 Apr 1965 in Crook Co., OR, b. 3 Nov 1906, (son of Iddo B. Hein and Hattie Yoder) d. 21 Aug 1993. "Aunt Stella (Estella) married Rober Earl "Bob" Harria, and while we were growing up they lived in Arnold, Nebraska. Their older child, Theda Arline, and I were in the same class in Arnold High. I stayed with them Monday-Friday during my high school years and was their hired girl and sitter for their younger child 'Bobby.' The Harrises were part of the upper crust of that town of 899 population." Letter from Helen Hein to Joseph W. Reiff, March 12, 2002.
a. Diane Lee Johnson, (daughter of Robert Severt Johnson and Helen Lydia Reiff) b. 3 Oct 1943 in Garden City KA. She married (1) Jan William Janssen, married 17 Jan 1976 in Sun City, AR. She married (2) James Robert Ferguson, married 19 Jul 1986.
b. Kristen Ann Johnson, (daughter of Robert Severt Johnson and Helen Lydia Reiff) b. 9 Mar 1947 in Bend, OR. She married (1) Edwin H. Weihe, married 17 Aug 1970 in Bend, OR. She married (2) Denis Francis Shanahan, married 5 May 1984 in Tempe, AR. Kristen died 31 Jan 2002 in Redmond, WA.
2. John James Reiff, b. 21 Feb 1923 in Finney Co, KA, occupation Geologist. He married Frances Ellen Rule, married 18 Dec 1948 in Manhattan, KA, b. 10 Oct 1923 in Clayton,KA, (daughter of Blakey Lewellyn Rule and Blanch (Lulu) Reid).
a. Carla Dale Reiff, b. 12 Feb 1950 in Manhattan KA. She married Richard L. Shoemaker, married 23 Dec 1991.
b. Susan "Sue" Jolene Reiff, b. 13 Jan 1952 in Naples, TX. She married Clyde V. Griffing, Jr., married 7 May 1983 in Salt Lake City Utah.
c. Paula Lane Reiff, b. 23 Mar 1955 in Gilmore , TX, d. 23 Mar 1955 in Gilmore TX.
d. Tracy Lee Reiff, b. 4 Mar 1957 in Salt Lake City, Utah. She married R. Kevin Trout, married 16 Aug 1980 in Salt Lake City, Utah.
B. Raleigh Melvin Reiff, (son of John Bally Reiff and Emma Susan(Sue)Gish) b. 07-Feb-1887 in Roanoke, Woodford County, Illinois, d. 23-Dec-1891 in Gage County, Nebraska, buried: in Brethren Cem., Holmesville, Nebraska.
C. Charles Ezra Reiff, (son of John Bally Reiff and Emma Susan(Sue)Gish) b. 31-Dec-1888 in Roanoke, Woodford County, Illinois, occupation Gage County employee. He married Cora Mae Wilson, married 02-Oct-1912, b. 14-Aug-1895 in Brown County, Reserve, KN, (daughter of Alexander Milton (Dick) Wilson and Cora Catherine Melton) d. 14-May-1956, buried: in Blue Springs, NE cemetery. Charles died 19-May-1960 in Gage County, NE, buried: 22 May 1960 in Blue Springs NE cemetery.
1. Warren Reiff, b. 8 Jul 1913 in Blue Springs, NE. He married Bernice Woodall. Warren died May 1985 in Carrolton, TX.
2. Bill E. Reiff, b. 9 Jul 1920 in Blue Springs, Gage Co. NE, occupation Welder, d. 25 Mar 1985 in Omaha, Douglas Co, NE Vet. Hospital.
3. Richard Reiff.
4. Edna Reiff.
5. Helen Marguerite Reiff, b. 9 Mar 1918. She married Eugene LeRoy Paine. Helen died 14 Dec 2000 in Theodosia, MO, buried: in Blue Springs NE cemetery.
6. Mildred Reiff, b. 14 Feb 1915. She married Gilbert Hoevet, married 1953. Mildred died 27 Apr 2000 in Prineville, Oregon, buried: in Jefferson, Oregon. Original source of death notice: Wymore Arbor State Newspaper, May 10, 2000, p. 13A.
a. Larry Hoevet.
b. Joan Hoevet.
D. Ida Florence Reiff, (daughter of John Bally Reiff and Emma Susan(Sue)Gish) b. 07-Oct-1890 in Gage County, Nebraska. She married Harry Lee Divine, married 10-Sep-1911 in Beatrice, Gage County, Nebraska, b. 29 Jan 1888 in Lockport Twnp., St. Joseph, MI, (son of James Eratus Divine and Lydia Ann Schock) occupation Farmer, coop gas station, insurance, d. 4 Sep 1975 in Hemet, CA, buried: in San Jacinto Valley Cem., San Jacinto, CA. Ida died 27-Nov-1979 in California, buried: in San Jacinto Valley Cem., San Jacinto, CA. Harry: Lived in Michigan, Nebraska, Garden City KA, California. Affiliated with Brethren and Methodists churches.
1. Ellen Maurine Devine, b. 13 Aug 1912 in Santa Ana CA. She married Paul Eugene Miller, married 5 Jun 1938, b. 6 Dec 1913 in Waterloo, IA, occupation Clergyman, Church of the Brethren, d. 12 Feb 1986 in Hawaii. Accomplished pianist. Affiliated with Church of the Brethren.
a. Judith Lavon Miller, b. 5 Oct 1941 in Iowa (?). She married Lawrence A. Woodruff, married 22 Jun 1968 in La Verne, CA, (son of Arthur Woodruff and Frances).
b. Philip Lee Miller, b. 5 Dec 1943 in Iowa. He married Pearl Ann Fruth, married 12 Mar 1966 in Sabetha, Kansas.
2. Howard Eugene "Jeff" Devine, b. 2 Aug 1913 in Santa Ana, CA, occupation Real Estate, Insurance. He married Maxine Beekly, married 30 Dec 1944 in California, b. 8 Mar 1918 in California, d. 2000 (?) in Hemet, CA. Howard died 21 Dec 1999 in Hemet, CA, buried: in Hemet, CA. Lived in Californis, Gage Co. NE, Garden City KA.
a. Marc Alan Divine, b. 27 Jul 1945 in California. He married Nancy.
b. Robert Kent Divine, b. 19 Oct 1947 in California.
c. Kevin Scott Divine, b. 18 May 1953 in California.
E. Neoma Ellen Reiff, (daughter of John Bally Reiff and Emma Susan(Sue)Gish) b. 19-Jan-1892 in Gage County, Nebraska. She married (1) George Goohs, married 19-Feb-1920, b. 29-Jul-1892, d. 20-Feb-1935. She married (2) James Garrett. Neoma died 05-Dec-1979. Her aunt told her it was 40 below zero the night she was born. Remembers meals fixed by stepmother Martha; seemed to have gravy on everything. At spring cleaning time, all the bed ticks were washed and refilled with fresh oat straw. Had bedsteads and springs to lay the ticks on, but when had more company than beds, some people slept on the floor.
1. Mary Ann Goohs, (daughter of George Goohs and Neoma Ellen Reiff).
2. Karen Goohs, (daughter of George Goohs and Neoma Ellen Reiff).
F. Estella Lorene Reiff, (daughter of John Bally Reiff and Emma Susan(Sue)Gish) b. 08-May-1894 in Gage County, Nebraska. She married Robert Earl Harris, married 11-Apr-1917, b. 22-Feb-1895, d. 19-Jul-1953. Estella died 22-Aug-1988 in Lakewood, Colorado.
1. 0Theda Arlilne Harris, b. 7 May 1918. She married Chappie Cook. 0Theda died 18 Jul 2002. Fell and broke hip 2 Feb 2002. Surgery seemed successful, but later developed blood clots in foot and leg which were apparently the cause of death.
2. Robert (Bobby) Harris.
G. Hilda Edith Reiff, (daughter of John Bally Reiff and Martha Lavina Fink) b. 14-Apr-1900. She married Otis Miller, married 28-Jun-1921 in Holmesville, Nebr., b. 23-Mar-1899 in Clarinda, Iowa, (son of Marvel H. Miller and Fannie M. Gale) occupation Banker, Farmer, d. 23-Nov-83 in Quincy, Ill., buried: in Quincy, Ill. Hilda died 11-Nov-87 in Hannibal, Mo., buried: in Quincy, Ill. Otis: Served in WWI.
1. Merle LeRoy Miller, b. 20-Dec-1922 in College Springs, Iowa, occupation Product Eng. w/John Deere. He married Doris Marie Young, married 4-Jun-44 in Palmyra, Mo., b. 30-Sep-1922 in Palmyra, Mo., (daughter of Clyde Young and Not known) d. 31-Aug-2000 in Waterloo, Iowa. Merle died 21 Nov 2003, buried: in Waterloo Cemetery, Iowa. *WW 2 NROTC, Notre Dame. Service in northern Africa and southern Italy.
a. Mark Edward Miller, b. 15-Oct-48 in Waterloo, Iowa, occupation Salesman. He married Allison Louise Volk, married 25-May-44 in Brookfield, Wisc, b. 16-Dec-51 in Michigan City, Ind., occupation Tchr. in Sacramento, Cal.
(1) Dana Louise Miller, b. 4-Jul-76 in Oconomowoc, Wisc. She married Tim Allen.
(2) Barry James Miller, b. 20-Nov-80 in Oconomowoc, Wisc.
b. Kevin Dale Miller, b. 6-Feb-52 in Waterloo, Iowa, occupation Real estate sales. He married (1) Teresa Louise Miller Persson, married 5-Aug-72 in Palmyra, Mo., b. 19-Oct-52 in Iowa. He married (2) Jody Harris. Teresa: *Previosly married to Roger Persson; one child-Tenia Marie.
(1) Tenia Marie Miller, (daughter of Kevin Dale Miller and Teresa Louise Miller Persson) b. 19-Jun-70 in Atlantic, Iowa. She married Darren Clark. *Born of mother's previous marriage. Adopted by Kevin Dale Miller in 1973.
(a) Jessica Clark.
(b) Allison Clark.
(2) Heather Louise Miller, (daughter of Kevin Dale Miller and Teresa Louise Miller Persson) b. 17-May-73 in Iowa City, Iowa.
c. Jean Marie Miller, b. 24-Aug-53 in Waterloo, Iowa, occupation Graphics Design/Illustr. She married (1) Jeffrey Alan Hedrington, married 10-Jun-72 in Waterloo, Iowa, b. 19-Apr-53 in Beloit, Wisc., occupation Fire Dept. Paramedic. She married (2) Jim Vaux, occupation Teacher.
(1) Holly Ann Hedrington, (daughter of Jeffrey Alan Hedrington and Jean Marie Miller) b. 3-Dec-72 in Waterloo, Iowa. She married Tony Yates.
(a) Hope Yates.
(2) Zachary Aaron Hedrington, (son of Jeffrey Alan Hedrington and Jean Marie Miller) b. 22-Dec-78 in Sacramento, Cal.
2. John Miller, occupation Builder; Contractor. He married Lola Woodworth, (daughter of Virgil Woodworth and Not known) occupation Tchr.; El. Principal. *Served in WW 2.
H. Joseph Samuel Reiff, (son of John Bally Reiff and Martha Lavina Fink) b. 21-Oct-1901 in Beatrice, Nebraska, occupation Farmer, Laborer. He married Gladys Lucille Topf, married 15-Aug-1928 in Rockford, Gage Co., Nebraska, b. 31-Oct-1908 in Odebolt, Iowa, (daughter of William Wallace Topf and Clara Mae Smith) occupation Housewife, Clerk, d. 17-Nov-1992 in Titusville, Florida, buried: Sunset Mem.Gar. in Greeley, Colorado. Joseph died 24-Jun-1978 in Englewood, Colorado, buried: Sunset Mem.Gar. in Greeley, Colorado. *Died of amniolateralsclerosis (Lou Gehrig's disease). Ran family farm until * depression forced sell out in 1936. Worked for WPA and farmers in *Holmesville and Peru, Nebr. In 1941, took job at Fall River Lodge in Rocky * Mtn. Natl. Park; job got by Leonard Bell, trip paid by Gladys's father. For * years ran feed elevators at Monfort Feed Lots in Greeley, CO. After retired *ient to Littleton, Colo., where worked for public school until retired again. Gladys: *Taught in one room school after normal school training. After marriage, moved *into house with mother-in-law, Martha Reiff, and sister-in-law, Elva. Said it * was difficult; in five years Martha and Elva moved to Holmseville. Upon loss *of family farm and move to Peru, Nebr., ran boarding house for college boys * and prepared lunch for teachers in her home. At Estes Park, she was salad * cook for Fall River Lodge. When moved to Greeley, worked as clerk and * bookkeeper for Utter's (later Garretson's)Jewelry, then Clough Furniture.
1. Joseph Wendell Reiff, b. 27-May-1929 in Beatrice, Nebraska, occupation Teacher, Principal. He married Mary Isabel Gallagher, married 18-Jun-1955 in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, b. 16-Dec-1928 in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, (daughter of Philip John Gallagher and Isabel Cecilia Snee) occupation Teacher, Latin. *B.A. in English, 1950, M.A. in Educational Administration, 1956, Colorado St. *Coll of Ed. (now U. of Northern Colo.) Taught in Glendo, Wyo., 1950-51. U.S. *Army, 1951-53. One year in Germany as MP in stockade det. Taught English, *Span. Journlsm, in Littleton HS, Colo. Moved to Montgomery County, Maryland, *1961, where taught English at Bethesda-Chevy Chase HS, worked as English *specialist (curriculum); was asst. princ. in Richard Montgomery, Magruder, *Einstein, Sherwood HSs. Principal 1970-78 Poolesville HS. Ret. 1991. Great-great-grandfather. Mary: *A.B, Latin, College Misericordia, Dallas, Pa. M.A. English, Colo. St.Col. of *Ed. (now U. of Northern Colo). Taught Latin at College Misericordia 1950-54, *Latin and English at Littleton HS, Colo., 1954-56. Taught Latin in Montgomery *County, Maryland, first at White Oak Jr. High, then at Walt Whitman HS, 1974- *1991. Ret. 1991.
a. Marianne Elizabeth Reiff, b. 23-Oct-1956 in Denver, Colorado, occupation Librarian. *M.A. Catholic U. Manager of Hall of States library, Washington, D.C.
b. Catherine Marie Reiff, b. 8-Apr-1958 in Denver, Colorado, occupation College professor. She married Daniel Thomas Jaffe, married 18-Aug-1984 in Rockville, Maryland, b. 13-Jun-1953 in New York, (son of Robert Jaffe and Patricia Finn Lewis) occupation Professor; astronomer. *Ph.D. U. of Chicago. Fulbright scholarship. Professor S.W. Texas State U. Daniel: *Ph.D. Harvard. Post-graduate Berkeley. Professor U. of Texas.
(1) Joseph Samuel Jaffe, b. 16-Jan-1990 in Austin, Texas.
(2) Gabriel Robert Jaffe, b. 08-Jul-1992 in Austin, Texas.
c. Joseph Michael Reiff, b. 15-Apr-1960 in Denver, Colorado, occupation Teacher, Musician. He married Judith Faye Adler, married 27-Jun-93 in Gaithersburg, Maryland, b. 09-Nov-1953 in Brooklyn, New York, (daughter of Ely B. Adler and Lorraine Rumpler) occupation Teacher. *B.A. Towson U., Md. Professional musician. Music teacher, Montgomery Co. Md.
d. Philip Dennis Reiff, b. 09-Apr-1963 in Washington, D.C., occupation Systems Analyst. He married Laura Dianne Foote, married 19-Jul-1986 in Rockville, Maryland, b. 21-Jul-1964 in Goldsborough, N.C., occupation Lawyer. *B.A. George Washington U., D.C. Two years at US Naval Academy. Program *analyst with Perot Systems. Laura: *Law degree George Washington U., D.C. Speciality, immigration law
(1) Nicholas Andrew Reiff, b. 11-Aug-1991 in Washington, D.C.
(2) Anna Christina Reiff, b. 24-Jan-1995 in Washington, D.C.
2. Wallace Wrede Reiff, b. 12-Apr-1931 in Beatrice, Nebraska, occupation College Professor, Dean. He married Anna Marie Byrer, married 16-Aug-1959 in Seymour, Indiana, b. 31-Aug-1937, (daughter of Harold Byrer and Eva Adams) occupation Housewife, nurse. DBA Indiana U., Graduate School of Business in business and finance. Professor U. of Central Florida, *in Orlando. Awarded emeritus status 2000. B.A. and M.A. Colorado State *College of Education, now University of Northern Colorado.
a. Kevin Mark Reiff, b. 16-Oct-1960, occupation Engineer. He married Lisa Brown, married 07-Feb-1998 in Evergreen Baptist Church, Evergreen AL.
b. Kirk Bradley Reiff, b. 15-Jun-1964, occupation Engineer.
c. Beth Ann Reiff, b. 1-Dec-1969, occupation Accountant.
I. Nina May Reiff, (daughter of John Bally Reiff and Martha Lavina Fink) b. 23-May-1905, d. 25-Feb-1907, buried: in Brethren Cem., Holmesville, Nebraska.
J. Mary Elva Reiff, (daughter of John Bally Reiff and Martha Lavina Fink) b. 19-Sep-1907. She married Rolland Dean Cullen, married 9-Sep-1935 in Gage County, Nebraska, (son of Hezekiah Daniel Cullen and Bertie E. Switzer) d. 9-Dec-1965 in Beatrice, Nebraska, buried: in Brethren Cem., Holmesville, Nebraska. Mary died 30-Jul-1987 in Beatrice, Nebraska, buried: in Brethren Cemetery, Holmesville, NE. A lively and vivacious woman. During her husband's mental problems, helped support the family by working in the school cafeteria and later in the state mental hospital where he died. After her mother Martha's stroke, helped her maintain herself at home as long as she could, then had to place her in a nursing home. Was finally able to retire to a small modern apartment in Beatrice near her oldest daughter's home. Rolland: Tried various enterprises unsuccessfully, including selling hail insurance and contracting for demolition of old buildings. Later in life, had problems with mental disturbances, and finally died in the state mental hospital in Beatrice
1. Richard Dean Cullen. *After death of father, lived with mother in family home in Holmesville, Nebr. *until she moved to Beatrice. For time kept and showed Arabian horses. When *family home fell into disrepair, built a small building near the property and *continued living in Holmesville.
2. Mary Jane Cullen. She married Kenneth Greenwood.
a. Julie Ann Greenwood. She married Jeffrey Wayne Collins, married 30-Jun-1990 in Beatrice, Nebraska, occupation Minister.
(1) Crystal Collins.
(2) Daniel Wayne Collins, b. 17-Apr-1994 in North Platte, Nebraska.
(3) Nathaniel Jeffrey Collins, b. 10-Jun-1996.
b. Steve Greenwood. He married Lisa.
(1) Andrew.
(2) Phillip.
c. Susan Greenwood. She married John Clausen.
(1) Joseph Clausen.
(2) Jessica Clausen.
(3) Valarie Clausen.
3. Dorothy Cullen. She married Michael Brooks.
4. Carol Cullen.
5. Linda Cullen.
K. Ola Margret Reiff, (daughter of John Bally Reiff and Martha Lavina Fink) b. 23-Aug-1909, occupation Housewife. She married Merl E. Switzer, married 16-Sep-1931 in Holmesville, Nebraska, b. 27-Mar-1907 in Gage County, Nebraska, (son of Silas Switzer) d. 30-Jan-1989 in Ogallala, Nebraska, buried: 02-Feb-1989 in Haxtun Cem., Haxtun, Colorado. Ola died 12-Feb-1996 in Haxtun, Colorado, buried: 15-Feb-1996 in Haxtun Cemetery, Haxtun, Colorado. Merl: *Family homesteaded in Arriba, Colorado, when he was four years old. At age *of thirteen drove a team and wagon to help family move to Haxtun. Attended *school in Dailey, Colorado. Lived and farmed southeast of Haxtun until *retirement in Haxtun, where he and wife Ola continued to make their home.
1. Martha Mae Switzer, b. 22-Feb-1933. She married Ernie Hurst. Martha died 23-Dec-1996 in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
a. Don Hurst, occupation Teacher.
2. Ina L. Switzer. She married Robert Stansbury, (son of Leslie Ward Stansbury and Martha Evig) occupation Manager.
a. Nanette Stansbury, occupation Teacher. She married Max Atwell, occupation Dental Lab Tech.
b. Kevin Stansbury, occupation Smelter. He married Juli, occupation Housewife.
(1) Bryan Stansbury.
(2) Brad Stansbury.
3. Edwin L. Switzer, occupation Teacher. He married June, occupation Nurse.
a. Ronda Switzer, occupation Farm Wife. She married Paul Neher, occupation Farmer.
b. Galen Switzer, occupation College teacher. He married Carrie.
c. Eric Switzer.
4. Marvin E. Switzer, occupation Farmer. He married Edith, occupation Dental Tech.
a. Linda Switzer, occupation College Teacher.
b. Jim Switzer.
c. Jerry Switzer.
5. Loren L. Switzer.
IV. Mary Jane Reiff, (daughter of Joseph Reiff and Mary Bally) b. 28-Apr-1865., She married James Gish, (son of William Abraham Gish and Sarah Ellenor Statler). Mary died 4 Mar 1905, buried: in Holmesville Brethren Cemetery.
A. Frank Gish.
B. Maybelle Gish. She married ? Steinmeyer.
C. Flora Mae Gish, b. 12 Nov 1891 in Gage Co. NE. She married Oscar Calvin Frantz, married 20 Feb 1913 in Gage Co. NE., Flora died Sep 1980 in North Manchester, Wabash Co., IL. Attended McPherson College for one year.
1. Neva Belle Frantz.
D. Ethel Gish. She married ? Miller.
E. Clayton Gish.
F. Ray Gish.
G. Maude Gish. She married ? Sanders.
V. Elizabeth C. Reiff, (daughter of Joseph Reiff and Mary Bally). She married Ezra P. Steel. In 1918 was living as a widow in Kidder, MO.







 
Family F3966
 
3 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I4517)
 
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! - CHILDREN: Reta and Earl adopted an Indian boy, he was about 15 years old in 1966.


! - DEATH: Oregon Death Index, 1903-98 (DOWNLOADED 15 Apr 2008)
Name:Williams, Reta H County:Lane Death Date:12 Jul 1976 Certificate:76-11135 Age:49 Birth Date:Oct 1926 Spouse:Earl
2008, The Generations Network, Inc.Source Information: Ancestry.com. Oregon Death Index, 1903-98 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2000. Original data: State of Oregon. Oregon Death Index, 1903-1998. Salem, OR, USA: Oregon State Archives and Records Center. Description:This database is a collection of individuals who died in the State of Oregon, USA, during the years 1903 through 1998. Researchers will find information including the deceased's name, the place and date of death, the certificate number, the age at death, and possibly information concerning a spouse. 
Hamblin, Reta (I1015)
 
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! - HISTORY: George Martin and Lydia Buffington (DOWNLOADED 11 Apr 2008)Ancestry.com Added by phyllisforproperty http://www.ancestry.com/community/member/profile.aspx?cba=phyllisforproperty> on 9 Jan 2008
George Martin and Lydia Buffington
George Martin married Lydia Buffington when she was about twenty-two. They lived
in West Bradford Tp. Chester County, a little northwest of Marshalltown. This is also where
George Martin died 6 month 22, 1780.
Lydia's father, Richard Buffington, was a very early settler in the area, even before the
Quakers. He had settled in Chester County in 1677. Richard Buffington, of Great Marlow,
Buckinghamshire, England, was born 30 May 1645. The mention of his 85th birthday
celebration on 30 May 1739, is contained in the Pennsylvania Gazette for 28 June-5 July
1739. Buffington died in January 1747/8, between the 7th, which was the date of the Will,
and the 26th, when inventory of his estate was taken. He was about 94. Richard Buffington
married first, perhaps in England, or in 1676 to Ann _____, Ann died after 1695. His
second wife was Mrs. Frances (Vane) Grubb, widow of his partner, John Grubb. Richard
married a third time in 1720, to widow Alice Palmer.
In 1677, Richard Buffington had crossed the South River (now the Delaware) and
settled in Upland (now Chester, PA), where he was recorded as a tydable; this
efore the grant to William Penn. Buffington traded in land and on 13 Sept. 1681,
the first day court was held under the jurisdiction of Pennsylvania. He was
witness, plainteff and defendant, being involved in three cases.
No doubt Buffington was one of the settlers who came to the aid of Penn's colonists
when twenty-three ships were frozen in on 12 Dec. 1681, some for the duration
of the winter.He served on a grand jury 27 June 1683 and by 6 March 1687/8 was in
Chester Township, where he became constable. He was involved in laying out
the public road from Philadelphia to Lancaster.
Richard was a man of spiritual conviction and he was baptized in the Baptist
Church at Crum Creek, PA 26 June 1699, and was the first known person to have left
money by will to the Baptist Church. He established a high standard of humane conduct
towards the orphans and indentured servants put in his charge, and was able to impart
his high ideals to his children. Patience was also a virtue: his wife Ann, was outspoken and
individualistic.
Issue: by Ann (Francis or Parsons?)
2-1. Ann Buffington m. 1701 Benjamin Hickman
2-2. Ruth Buffington m. 1705/6 Ezekiel Harlan
2-3. Richard Buffington b. Upland, PA. 1679, one of the first
males born in PA of English lineage;d. April or May 1741;
m. Phoebe Grubb, dau. of John and Frances (Vane) Grubb
Phobe m. Simon Hadley.
2-4. Thomas Buffington b. Alice (Matthews?)
2-5. William Buffington m. Alice (perhaps a Futhey)
2-6. John Buffington d. 24 July 1736; m. Sarah Eaverson
2-7. Hannah Buffington b. 1686; m. 1720 Jeremiah Dean
2-8. Mary Buffington b. 1688; m. (1)William Baldwan,
(2)Charles Turner
2-9. Elizabeth Buffington d. 1748; b. bef. 1757;
m. 1714 George Martin
By Alice Palmer:
2-10. Abigail Buffington b. Sept. 1721; bu 1 May 1813 Bradford
Metting; m. (1) 1 Jan 1741 Edward Seed, (2)David
Fling.
2-11. Joseph Buffington d. 17 Nov 1785; unm.
2-12 Alice Buffington d. 19 July 1775; m. (1) 3 Jan. 1741 Edward Seed
If Lydia Buffington was born about 1691, and married about 1714, she would
have been twenty-three. Her husband George Martin would have been twenty-six.
George and Lydia Martin had eight children.
Issue: 3-1. Joseph Martin b. West Bradford, PA; d. 1802; m. Hannah
Harlan b. 1720, dau. of George and Mary (Bailey) Martin.
3-2. John Martin b. West Bradford, Chester County PA;
3-3. James Martin
3-4. George Martin, Jr. b. 1726; d. 4 month 11, 1771;
d. 25 Oct 1773; m. Martha lWiddows, dau. of Abraham
and Elizabeth Widdows. Martha d. 1808
3-5. Rachel Martin m. John Hennings
3-6. Lydia Martin b. 1734 West Bradford, PA; d. 25 Oct. (Dec.) 1814;
m. 23 Feb. 1745, Wilmington, DE. to James Dilworth.
See Dilworth Family.
3-7. Mary Martin m. ___________ Wood
3-8. Elizabeth Martin m. (1) Joseph Passmore, (2) James Chalfant.
Additional information about this story
Description George Martin and Lydia Buffington Date 1688 Location England and PA Attached toGeorge Martin (1688 - 1780) T 
Buffington, Lydia (I1461)
 
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!GENEALOGY: Royal line of Stuart by Sally Ann Walker Love.
1. born 1737, Major Archibald Stuart (my note: ? dates)
2. born 1735, Major Alexander Stuart
3. born 1775, Eleanor Stuart married Thomas Walker so of Benjamin
4. born 18 Mar 1802, Thomas Stuart Walker
5a. Daniel Alexander Walker 8 Apr 1824.
b. Benjamin Stuart Walker
6. Charles Elgan Walker
7. Sallie Ann Walker
8. Lawrence Herbert Love


in letter dated 20 Jan 1917. "All who is left on the old plantation now is my father Charles E. Walker. My great grandfathers name was Thomas Walker without any other initial. He was the son of Benjamin Walker who came from
England (year unknown). He first settled in North Carolina and from there to Rock Bridge County, Virginia, when Thomas (the one mentioned) was 7 years old. Thomas grew to manhood in Rock Bridge County. He served in Revolutionary War
and afterwards came to what is now Summers County, West Virginia. Then to Montgomery County, Virginia. He was a traveling carpenter and mason. Here he married Elenora Stuart. He died at age 96 in Nov 1854.

Elenora was daughter of Major General Stuart descendent of George III or Tyrant George as called by historians. Elenora died at age 85 on 1 Jan 1847. There was a large sum of money handed down to heirs of Stuarts of the Royal ancestry. The throne of England was occupied by George III. He succeeded his Grandfather in 1760."

 
Stuart, Eleanor (I3773)
 
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!NEWS: June 1958 VA Gazette; DAR Mag, V 64, p 505.
!VITAL STATS: Calway Co MO Marriages Bk. B pp 19,23,71,239,307,311,87,104.
!BIBLE: David Newsom.
!JOURNAL: David Newsom, 1882-1912.
!WILL: Will of Samuel Gwinn, dated 4 Jun 1832 recorded Apr Term 1839 Greenbrier
Co, WV, will book 1825-1863, film 0595215 SL FHL.
!HISTORY: History of Rockbridge Co, VA p 499 Morton, SL FHL; Mo c 25; Mo c 1a;
!RESEARCH: Contributed by Mrs.John H, Annie B, Norman Ocala, FL. 
Newsom, Ruth Ann (I1908)
 
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CENSUS: 1840 Census Chariton Co, MO. lists wife alone. 
Wills, Mathew T. (I2167)
 
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Children of Jacob and Sus Annah Williams, birth dates for John, Elizabeth, Lea, Susanna, Margaretta, Christina, Maria from the Baptismal records, Harrolds Church, Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania.

Records of George Carson, youngest son of Zeruah Steelsmith in possession of Mrs. Frank Winana, 5709 Nora Way, Sacramento 24, Calif. 95824 
Steelsmith, Lydia (I926)
 
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MARRIAGE: Texas Marriage Collection, 1814-1909 and 1966-2002 (DOWNLOADED 3 Apr 2008)
Name:W. W. Wills Gender:Male Marriage Date:7 Mar 1871 Spouse:Sarah Fore Marriage city:Coryell Marriage State:Texas Source:Texas Marriages, 1851-1900 2008, The Generations Network, Inc. Source Information: Ancestry.com.
Dodd, Jordan, Liahona Research, comp. (P.O. Box 740, Orem, Utah 84059)  
Wills, William W. (I7894)
 
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Monroe County Guardianship Bonds Bond Book A, 1831-1842 & 1848-1854

NEWSOM, Sarah Elizabeth & Mary Catharine, infant heirs of Nathan Newsom, dead. G&C, Robert G@.,iynn. Sec, Francis McCord & 1.1illiam G. Moore. 5 May 1851. (2-135)

 
Newsom, Nathan B (I12133)
 
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Name: Dwight Williams
SSN: 560-30-2252
Last Residence: 93030 Oxnard, Ventura, California, United States of America
Born: 3 Mar 1898
Died: Mar 1970
State (Year) SSN issued: California (Before 1951)
 
Williams, Dwight Ewart (I9906)
 
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NEWSOM Nancy WILKERSON Milton 25 Oct 1832
 
Newsom, Nancy (I12132)
 
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On April 24, 2011, our beloved wife and mother, Erma DeAnn Skinner of St. George, Utah, age 78, passed away.

DeAnn was born to Eugene James Jenson and Erma Dean Jenson of Idaho Falls, Idaho, on March 12, 1934, and raised on her father?s farm in Clark. She attended Rigby High School, then married Blaine Skinner in the Idaho Falls Temple and enjoyed 59 years of marriage.

DeAnn was an active member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and served faithfully in many positions in the Primary, Young Women, and Relief Society organizations. She also served with her husband Blaine on an LDS Mission to Nauvoo, Illinois, where she enjoyed performing in skits, plays, and educating visitors concerning early LDS Church history.

She was a devoted mother and homemaker. She was a professional seamstress who enjoyed many hobbies including: competitive pistol shooting, gardening, painting, camping, travel, and table games. She also had a wonderful singing voice and enjoyed playing the organ and violin. She was a loyal Utah Jazz fan. She loved being surrounded by her children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren and made every effort to attend their events whenever possible.

DeAnn will be remembered for her cheerfulness, honesty, faithful church service, zest for life, and unconditional love for her family and friends.

She is survived by her seven children: Steve B. Skinner (Debbie Nave Skinner) of Idaho Falls, Idaho, Rick E. Skinner (Dixie Price Skinner) of Boise, Idaho, Sheree S. Hess (Mike Hess) of American Falls, Idaho, Laura S. Smith (Brian Smith) of Orem, Utah, Vicki S. Bass (Ed Bass) of Forth Worth, Texas, Blake J. Skinner of Alvarado, Texas, Shanna S. (Jay) Miller of St Anthony, Idaho, and Wendy R. (Michael) Martin (a niece who lived with the family for several years) of Albuquerque, New Mexico. She is also survived by 23 grandchildren and 19 great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by a grandson, Joshua Rees Ray.
Funeral Services -- Friday

Friday April 29, 2011, 11:00 a.m. at Wood Funeral Home
Click for Map and Directions

The family will visit with friends from 10 to 10:45 a.m. prior to services. Burial will be in Fielding Memorial Park under the direction of Wood Funeral Home.

(Obituary has photo)

 
Jenson, Erma DeAnn (I13485)
 
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Posted on Ancestery.com by J L Welsh




MUSCATINE, Iowa -- Clara Louise Newsom, 75, Muscatine, died Friday, Jan. 17, 2003, at the Muscatine Care Center.

Services were 10 a.m. today at the Geo. M. Wittich-Lewis Funeral Home. The Rev. Walden Askren officiated. Burial was at Greenwood Cemetery. Pallbearers were Brian Newsom, Greg Douglas, Shane Newsom, Daniel Newsom, Matthew Howell and Toby Starkweather.

Memorials may be made to the Paralyzed Veterans Administration.

Mrs. Newsom was born Nov. 19, 1927, in Hannibal, Mo., the daughter of John A. and Nora E. Doak Qualls. She married Clarence D. Newsom July 20, 1946, in Fulton, Ill.

She was a member of the Women of the Moose and Ladies Eagle. She enjoyed bingo, playing cards and visiting with people. She loved her pet, Sugar.

She had been employed at Wal-Mart as a greeter and prior to that Purethane in West Branch and 27 years at Thatchers.

Survivors include two sons, Clarence Newsom Jr. and wife Susan of Muscatine and Charles D. Newsom and wife Bobbi of Silvis, Ill.; three daughters, Connie Douglas and Carol Gaeta and husband Anthony, all of Muscatine, and Cheryl Newsom and Michael McLachlan of Riverside; 12 grandchildren; several great-grandchildren; a sister, Beulah Cooper of Davenport.

She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband; a brother, Louis Qualls; a grandson, David Aaron Newsom; and a sister-in-law, Jean Qualls.
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MEDIAPOLIS, Iowa -- Karl Lee Newsom, 53, Mediapolis, died Friday, April 25, 2003, at the Great River Medical Center Emergency Room in West Burlington.

Services are 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Dudgeon-McCulley Funeral Home in Wapello. The Rev. Chris Thomas will officiate. Cremation will follow the services.

A memorial fund has been established for the benefits of the Oakville Fire and Rescue and the Wapello Community Ambulance Service.

Mr. Newsom was born June 24, 1949 in Fulton, Mo., the son of Carl B. and Mildred Elizabeth Johnson Newsom.

He attended school at Scott's Corner, Mo. He lived in Burlington; Naples, Fla., from 1975 to 1985; Rantoul, Ill., until 1994; and then moved back to the Oakville and Mediapolis area.

He worked in maintenance for Con Air Corp. in Rantoul, Ill., and for the City of Oakville. He was also a partner of the Oakville Tap and worked as an auto mechanic.

He enjoyed fishing and was a member of the Southeast Iowa Pool League.

Survivors include eight children; a daughter from his first marriage to Connie Smith of Missouri, Angela Newsom of Columbia, Mo.; three children from his second marriage to Susan Ertz (now Wisener) of Mediapolis, Tina and Bill Cravens of Burlington, Cindy Davis of Missouri and Karl Brian Newsom of Burlington; and four children from his third marriage to Deborah Kirkpatrick of Oakville, Margo and Craig Hadden of Ludlow, Ill., Karla Monroe and Greg Ells of Oakville, Anthony Newsom and Erin Petty of Oakville and Jeremy Newsom of Mediapolis; 13 grandchildren, two sister, Donna Evens of Martinsburg, Mo. and Rita Penrod of Wellsville, Mo., and three brothers, Clifford Ray Newsom of Seneca, Mo., Larry Newsom of Naples, Fla. and Joe Newsom of Fulton, Mo.

He was preceded in death by his parents.
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ALEDO, Ill. - Andrew David Newsom, infant son of Amy Lynn Newsom, died at birth and went to be with Jesus, on July 15, 2008, at the Galesburg Cottage Hospital, Galesburg, Illinois.

A private service will be held.

He is survived by his mother, Amy Newsom, of Aledo; maternal grandmother, Kathy Jenkins of Wilton; maternal great-grandparents, Melvin and Marian Howard of New Boston, Ill.; and many aunts, uncles and cousins.

He was preceded in death by his paternal great-grandparents, Clarence and Clara Newsom, an uncle, David Aaron Newsom, a great-aunt, Deb Howard, and a great-uncle, Gary Douglas
 
Qualls, Clara Louise (I12417)
 
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SOURCE: Family records of Dora May Abbott Love.

SOCIAL SECURITY: 533 60 1506.

RESIDENCE: 12 Oct 1978, living at Sherwood Terrace Nursing Home, 2102 South 96th Street, Tacoma, Pierce, Washington. He was under the care of the Veterans Administration. 
Abbott, Allen D. (I3967)
 
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Wife: Helen E. Hunsaker Williams
Birth: 1901
Death: 1989
Family links:
Spouse:
Orland J Williams (1897 - 1966)*

Burial:
Powhattan Cemetery
Powhattan
Brown County
Kansas, USA

Created by: Linda Dorei Jones
Record added: Aug 04, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 55872593
photo of headstone
 
Williams, Orland Joshua (I10037)
 
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HISTORY: Martha Berry Parker; KIN-I-AK, KENEWICK, TEHE, KENNEWICK; 1883-1943; Ye Galleon Press Fairfield, Washington, 1986 979.751 H2pm at SL FHL;
p 209 states Dayl was a fair queen in 1923,
p 259 purchased a confectionery store from "Dad" Patten in 1929 to Dayl Miller and Lillian Crowley opened un name of
"M & C Sweet Shop".

 
Miller, Madge Lillian Dayl (I3339)
 
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James Edson McCanse (Ed) was born in La Grande, Oregon on July 2, 1929, to parents Edson Rodney (sheep rancher / farmer / miner / pilot / lumberman / businessman) and Lydia Sailor McCanse (teacher/rancher wife/bridge player.) Little Eddie enjoyed the freedoms and benefited from the responsibilities of ranch living. Eddie loved hunting, horses, fishing, machines, and ? with his father - flying (trained at 14, licensed at 16). During Ed's junior year at La Grande High School, tiny Lillian Griffin (newly relocated from Texas) caught his attention. Ed invited her to the ranch for a trail ride, and "the rest is history." The couple eloped shortly before Ed left for Oregon State University. During the years they lived in Corvallis and as Ed earned his Agricultural Engineering degree, they had three children, Sandra Joanne, James Rodney, and Donald Edson. After college, Ed began his career on the ranch (and son Richard Lee was born) but within a few years a gun accident disabled his right hand, forcing a career change. (Ed stated later in life that the close brush with death and the near loss of his hand was the best thing that ever happened to him.) Ed returned to the University where he completed the course work for a Masters in Mechanical Engineering. After the addition of youngest son Bruce Dean, Ed was hired by John Deere and the family moved to Moline, Illinois. Ed worked for Deere for 5 years, gaining an understanding and appreciation for the professional management of engineering processes and design changes, training which proved invaluable. In Moline, the family was introduced to the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Ed embraced the teachings of stewardship, personal responsibility, and salvation, and forever after expressed that the church gave his life meaning and justified his survival of the gun accident. His appreciation of, love for, and involvement in the church never wavered. He eventually became a member of the lay priesthood and served as the Pastor of the Rockford congregation for at least one year. In 1962 Ed was hired by Wood Brothers Manufacturing in Oregon, Illinois, as the Chief Engineer. He managed ? or directly designed ? their complete product line of rotary mowers for 20 years. Ed's classic designs continue to be the backbone of Wood's Implements product lines. During his career, Ed earned dozens of patents and is personally responsible for the design of the well-known Bat Wing mower, at the time a breakthrough concept. Ed and Lillian and family loved the Oregon area and enthusiastically claimed Oregon as their hometown. A few highlights are St. Mary's bridge club, Ed's 44-year membership in Rotary, his involvement in initiating the annual Autumn On Parade festival, and his & Lil's involvement in the Chana School project. In 1968, before the word "taco" was well-known in northern Illinois, Ed helped Lil start the "Texas Tacos" stand at the Ogle County fair and then a short-lived Tex-Mex restaurant in Rockford. Tacos became a constant theme for Ed & Lil ? and for friends and children - and "Tacos" is the McCanse family meal. In 1968 Ed & Rick, with Rod & Don's help during college vacations, built our family home, personally tackling all tasks except for framing, laying carpet, and pouring concrete. The full basement later became a playground extraordinaire for their 20 grandchildren, and then was converted to office space for 9 when they started their own businesses. Ed and Lil loved their home for the entire 44 years they lived in it. In 1969, Hesston Corporation purchased Woods from the brothers. A few years later, the new owners decided to move all production from Woods to their headquarters in Hesston, Kansas. Ed helped initiate and was president of a "Save Woods" movement, which fought against the loss of jobs. Unfortunately, they failed - Hesston moved production to Kansas. Fortunately for Oregon, Hesston failed worse. They were unable to match the production quality of the Oregon team, and after a few years they were forced to move the entire production line back. Ed spent his last 6 years at Woods as the Quality Assurance and Safety manager. In that role, he participated in the creation of international standards for the agricultural industry. About then, and unfortunately just as the farming industry was entering a crisis period, Ed, with son Rick, began a short-lived farming operation. After, he would claim that his good job at Woods allowed him to feed his farming habit. After retirement from Woods in 1988, Ed & Lil & Rick started an engineering company, McCanse Engineering, Inc., that provided contract design service, safety training (the integration of product safety into the design process), expert witness trial testimony and other engineering consulting services. They also began a Christmas tree operation which exposed Ed to the need for new agricultural products: the Shakee (to remove clumps of dead needles from the trees), the Stumpee (to clear the land of the stumps of the cut trees), and the Heftee (an implement that lifts small mowers, golf carts, and other small wheeled vehicles for safe service and repair.) Ed and Rick created and manufactured those machines. In 1999, they sold the business and Ed re-retired, this time finally. After retirement Ed and Lil spent even more time enjoying their children & grand & great grandchildren. They also loved to travel with their family and for years gathered as many as could come either for a trip or for a stay at a lake ? or both. Ed & Lil traveled. Not only did Ed fly them all around the N American continent during the 20 years he had his own plane, they have also traveled commercially to - and extensively on - 4 other continents. Retirement gave them time to reconnect with old friends and family; they loved spending some of the worst of winter with high school friends, siblings and cousins in Arizona or California. Ed McCanse died at age 83, at Pinecrest Nursing home in Mt. Morris, IL, on Friday, March 1, 2013. He is survived by his wife of 65 years, Lillian; Sandi & David Wood, Audrey Wood [Blake], Loren & Lindsay (Watkins) Wood [Roux], Katie & Matt Znameroski [Tyler, Ingrid], Marci Wood, Jordan Wood; Rod & Donna (Tichler) McCanse, Betsy McCanse [Zoe Sherbet], KateAnne & Jon Van Lente [Susie, Drew, Courtney, Natalie, Conner], Andrew McCanse, Emily & Amir Rahemi [Lucas], Megan McCanse; Don & Jude (Bonavia) McCanse, Josie McCanse, Michael McCanse, Cara McCanse, Jackie McCanse, Hilary McCanse; Rick & Becky (Jansma) McCanse, Seth & Jessica (Marchbank) McCanse [Grayson], Anna & Jerome Nelson; Bruce & Sue (Spangler) McCanse, Chris McCanse, Holly & Mike Banghart [Clarissa], C.J. McCanse. children; and sisters Margie (Woody) Kaufman, Bonnie (Leal) Graham, and Audrey (David) Cummings. He is preceded in death by his parents and an infant brother, Donald Rodney. Visitation will be held on Sunday, March 3rd, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. The funeral service will be held at Farrel-Holland-Gale Funeral Home in Oregon at 10:30 on Monday, followed by a light lunch at Oak Lane, 3261 S Daysville Rd, Oregon. Instead of flowers, expressions of sympathy can take the form of a donation to the Community of Christ Church in Rockford, the Oregon Rotary Angel Fund, the Alzheimer's Foundation, or a charity of the giver's choice.

Funeral Home:
Farrell-Holland-Gale Funeral Home
110 South Seventh Street
Oregon,IL 61061
Online obituary viewed 7 Jun 2013 
McCanse, James Edson (I13685)
 
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Subject
Warde & Glee articles
From
bjd97
To
vlgrover@gmail.com
Sent
Monday, February 15, 2010 11:21 AM
Attachments

copies of 2 newspaper articles on the accidental death of Ward F Harris and the marriage announcement of Warde to Glee Mills


Hi Loretta!
I just scanned the articles and will attach.  They came out OK when I just copied them, but the scanned version of the photo has "those lines" you get when scanning newspapers.  Let me know and I'll snail mail you the copied version, too.  The photo is dated on the back as March 28, 1940.  Don't know which papers the others were from, but since my grandparents lived in Walla Walla they may have been from the Union-Bulletin.
 
Just reading the wedding article....says Glee wore a transparent velvet gown...that must have been somethin' to see/not see!
 
:o)  Beckie Daniels

 
Source (S234)
 
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!CENSUS: 1910 U.S. Census, Smyth County, Virginia; 1910; E.D. 82, Sheet 9,Seven Mile Ford; Dwelling #179, Family #181; SL FHL, Microfilm #1375662,Salt Lake City Utah, viewed 1 Dec 1995;
NOTE: age 52, md once for 32 yrs, bn in Virginia, parents bn in Virginia, a Lizzie Love, probably Hiram's sister is
listed in Dweling #175

Family #174 living with Samuel A. Robinson; ACTION:
check 1880, 1900 census for family.
 
Gross, Hiram Frank (I6894)
 
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21 Mar 1936
Age: 39
ERIE, PA
AGE 39 of Tuberculosis. Buried at WAEDVALE , Cemetery, Johnsonburg, Pa.

(My note: the cemetery is probably Wardvale Cemetery) 
Foster, Kenneth Clyde (I3588)
 
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Age 8, staying with her Aunt Harriet (Abbott) and Uncle Edward Sibbrel.

Grandmother Lucinda Abbott lives a few doors away. 
Walker, Cora B (I4749)
 
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Beth Bonnenberg

Beth Grover Herbert Bonnenberg, 82, of Idaho Falls, passed away Monday, June 25, 2012, in Idaho Falls.

Beth was born Oct. 8, 1929, in Sugar City, Idaho, to Leo Thomas Grover and Lizzie Leone Wilding Grover.

Beth lived in various towns in Idaho during her youth, finally moving to Mapleton, Utah, where she met Bob Herbert. They were married in Elko, Nev., on July 31, 1948. Four children were born to this union. They spent 24 years in the Navy living in naval stations throughout the U.S. and retiring in Idaho Falls, where they later divorced.

She married Rudolph W. Bonnenberg in 1982 in Idaho Falls. They lived in Saudi Arabia for several years, and both worked at INL until retirement.

After they retired, Rudy and Beth loved to live in Mexico for six months during the winter and for six months in Idaho Falls for the summer.

Beth graduated from Grosmont High School in El Cajon, Calif. She graduated from Eastern Idaho Technical College as a health physicist.

She enjoyed painting all her life and later became proficient in making stained-glass windows. She was a league pool player and loved horses, dogs and traveling the world. She was a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

When she was stricken with Alzheimer's, she moved to Syringa Chalet in Blackfoot. Special thanks to the staff at Syringa Chalet for the kindness and care that was given to Beth. Thanks are also given to Good Samaritans in Idaho Falls, where she passed away.

She is survived by her children, Launnie McQueen of Park City, Utah, Leo (Connie) Herbert of Idaho Falls, Tom (Kathy) Herbert of Oak City, Utah, and DeDe Herbert of Providence, R.I.; 17 grandchildren; 18 great-grandchildren; one sister, Mary Wood of Leeds, Utah; and two brothers, Joe Grover of Sacramento, Calif., and Hart Grover of Idaho Falls.

She was preceded in death by her parents; her first husband, Robert Davis Herbert; her second husband, Rudolph (Rudy) Wilhelm Bonnenberg; a sister, Leone Norse; and brothers, Ben Grover and Elmo Grover.

Funeral services will be at noon Saturday, June 30, at Wood Funeral Home East Side, 963 S. Ammon Road. The family will visit with friends from 11 a.m. to 11:45 a.m. Saturday prior to services at the funeral home. Burial will be at 3:30 p.m. Saturday in Sugar City Cemetery.

Condolences may be sent to the family online at www.woodfuneralhome.com.




Published in Post Register on June 28, 2012
 
Grover, Beth (I19)
 
25 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I3359)
 
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Della Leone Grover Nourse
Obituary

Della Leone Grover Nourse passed away April 12, 2009, in Price, Utah.

She was born Sept. 28, 1921, to Leo T. and Leone Wilding Grover in "Chapin" Teton Valley, Idaho.

Leone lived in Teton Basin, Lost River, Wendell and Richfield, Idaho, and also in Helper, St. George, Price and Provo, Utah, where she met her husband.

She is survived by Hart L., Beth, Joel and Mary. She was preceded in death by her brothers, Elmo T. and Ben L. Grover, and her husband, Leon Nourse.

Graveside services will be at 1 p.m. Friday, April 17, 2009, at Ivins Cemetery in Ivins, Utah.

 
Grover, Della Leone (I15)
 
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Extensive History of Heber Grant Ivins writings

Content Description

The H. Grant Ivins papers (1897-1973) contain diaries, correspondence, memoirs, unpublished manuscripts, and articles on subjects relating to religion and the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church). This collection documents one man's transition from a devout believer in the divine authority of the members of the LDS Church hierarchy to an outspoken critic of those he later described to Heber Holt as "mere men who make mistakes and who should be willing to admit these mistakes." The bulk of this collection is associated with Ivins' writings on polygamy and other matters relative to LDS Church doctrine.

Biography:

H. Grant Ivins was born 2 September 1889, in St. George, Utah, to Anthony W. Ivins and Elizabeth Snow. In 1895, he moved with his family to Colonia Dublan, Mexico. In 1908, Ivins graduated from Juarez Academy and returned with his family to the United States, where Anthony W. Ivins was appointed a member of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles. H. Grant Ivins attended the University of Utah and the Utah State Agricultural College, where he graduated with a B.S. in 1917. Ivins served an LDS mission to Japan and married Bertha Hamblin. He served in various capacities in the LDS Church until around 1945. H. Grant Ivins died of cancer on 18 February 1974 in Salt Lake City.

H. Grant Ivins papers the the University of Utah

http://content.lib.utah.edu/cdm/ref/collection/UU_EAD/id/1904 
Ivins, Heber Grant (I4792)
 
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James age 17, born in North Carolina.
4 siblings (Nancy, James,John and Ransom Jr) living with grandparent's, James and Nancy Welch, after the death of their mother, Susan Welch Love, in 1863,  
Love, James (I1408)
 
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Laura M. Grover

Laura M. Grover, 83, of Idaho Falls, passed away Monday, Feb. 28, 2011, at her home following a brave fight with cancer.

Laura was born Dec. 31, 1927, in Driggs, Idaho, to Robert and Mary Eliza Mackley. She grew up in the Driggs area with four sisters, Roberta, Genevie, Mable and Carrie; and one brother, David Mackley. She attended Teton High School, graduating in May 1946. She attended Ricks Academy in 1947 and majored in home economics.

At the young age of 6, she met her eternal companion, Hart L. Grover. On June 2, 1948, they were married in the Idaho Falls LDS Temple. Together they had five children: Dannie (Karla) Grover of Idaho Falls; Rita (Paul) Wells of Shelley, Idaho; Don (Kayleen) Grover of Laurel, Mont.; Susan (Dayle) Barrow of Rigby, Idaho; and Rex Grover of Kennewick, Wash. They have 14 grandchildren and 27 great-grandchildren.

They lived their lives throughout Utah and Idaho. She was an active member of the LDS church, serving in many capacities, including camp director, Cub Scouts and various church callings. Her last calling was door greeter, which Hart and Laura enjoyed together. They enjoyed camping and fishing, but most of all time spent with her loved ones. She was patient, loyal and compassionate and a person who we all strive to be like. She spent her days busy growing plants in her garden. It could be said she could grow anything in any climate.

She is survived by her husband, Hart L. Grover; all their children; two sisters, Mable Bevan of Rexburg and Genevie Kunz of Victor, Idaho; and one brother, David Mackley Jr. of California.

She was preceded in death by her parents, Robert and Mary Eliza Mackley; sisters, Roberta Ringel, MaryLou Harrison and Carrie Roesberry; and one great-grandchild, Shelby Lynn Hess.

Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Friday, March 4, at the St. Leon LDS Chapel, 6925 N. 15th East in Idaho Falls. The family will receive friends from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Thursday, March 3, and from 9:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. prior to services, both at the church. Burial will be in Sugar City Cemetery under the care of Eckersell Memorial Chapel in Rigby.

Condolences may be sent to the family online at www.eckersellfuneralhome.com.




Published in Post Register on March 1, 2011
 
MacKley, Laura (I2428)
 
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Liverpool, England, Burials, 1813-1974
Name: Enid Rutherford Hay
Birth Year: abt 1880
Age: 31
Burial Date: 15 Jun 1911
Parish: Wavertree, Holy Trinity
Reference Number: 283 HTW/4/3 
Rutherford, Enid (I13383)
 
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MARRIAGE: U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900 (DOWNLOADED 11 Apr 2008)
Name:Sewell Abbott Gender:male Spouse Name:Dorothea Hauss Marriage Year:1791 Marriage State:NY Number Pages:1
 
Abbott, Sewell (I5134)
 
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Name: Melvin I Henderson
Date of Death: 15 Oct 1993
Place of Death: Aberdeen
Age: 85
Estimated birth year: abt 1908
Residence: Elma
Gender: Male
SSN: 533-10-6713
Certificate: 032179 
Hendersen, Melvin I (I3983)
 
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Service Number: 385-60-56
Descriptive List: at date of entry for continuous service:
Date 21 July 1931
Citizenship: U.S.
Where born: Leavenworth, Wash.
Date: Nov 26, 1910
Height: 5 foot 9 inches
Weight: 154
Eyes: blue
Hair: Dk. Bro.
Complexion: ruddy
Personal Characteristics, Marks, etc:
Ant; S side r. eye; Hernia S l. groin; post. irregular s. l. thumb.
subsequent marks and scare: M rt. costal. Post. S3/43 inch lt. thumb; s 1/2 inch base lt. index.
 
Love, James Lawrence (I1400)
 
34 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F369
 
35 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I3574)
 
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U.S., Civil War Soldier Records and Profiles, 1861-1865
Name: William Cooper
Residence: Illinois
Enlistment Date: 1 Nov 1861
Rank at enlistment: Private
State Served: Illinois
Survived the War?: Yes
Service Record: Enlisted in Company I, Illinois 11th Infantry Regiment on 01 Nov 1861.Mustered out on 14 Jul 1865.Transferred to on 14 Jul 1865.
Death Date: 13 Jun 1888
Sources: Illinois: Roster of Officers and Enlisted MenGAR Dept of Illinois: Death Rolls 
Cooper, William (I4091)
 
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Washington Marriage Records 1905 - 2008
George Rupert Campbell
Marriage Record
GenderMale
Marriage LocationPierce, WA
Marriage CountyPierceMap
Record TypeMarriage Record
Reference Number9008160390-0
Filing Date8/16/1990
Document TypeCommunity Prop Agmt
Bride's Information

Mae Pearl Campbell
Spouse, female 
Family F1562
 
38 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F1433
 
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Washington State and Territorial Censuses, 1857-1892
C M Ish 57 male
E A Ish 56 Female
B A Ish 18 Male born in California
C E Ish 16 Female born in California
Mary B Ish 28 Female born in Missouri
A L Ish 25 Female forn in Missouri 
Ish, Mary Belle (I976)
 
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Washington, Death Index 1940-1996
Keith S. Edgemon
Death Record
GenderMale
Birth Date1929
Death DateJun 28, 1975
Age46
Death LocationDouglas, Douglas, WAMap
Record TypeDeath Record 
Edgemon, Keith Scott (I3667)
 
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Washington, Marriage Records, 1865-2004
Name: Lawrence H Love
Spouse: Mary Babare
Marriage Date: 13 Oct 1931
Marriage Place: Pierce
Reference Number: prcmc-v27_04268 
Family F1400
 
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Wenatchee World - Aug. 29, 1960

Charles Lee Grubb, 60, Route 2, a well-known Wenatchee orchardist, died in an Ellensburg hospital early Saturday. He was stricken while he and his wife were enroute from Salem, Ore., where they visited their son, Richard and family. Richard is attending summer school there.

Born February 26, 1900, Burlington, Kansas., he moved with his parents to Tacoma in 1907. He attended schools there and at the age of 17, he moved to Wenatchee with the family.

He married Hazel Smith at Ellensburg April 13, 1929.

He was a member and past master of the Bee Hive Grange, and a member and past president of Wenatchee Aerie 204, FOE.

Surviving are his wife, his mother, Mrs. Ollie Grubb, Wenatchee; two sons, Edward Lee Grubb and Richard Perry Grubb, both of Wenatchee; three sisters, Mrs. M. M. Moore, East Wenatchee, Mrs. Robert Bromiley, Sr., Badger Mountain, and Miss Annetta Grubb, San Jose, Calif., and two grandchildren. One daughter preceded him in death.

Jones and Jones Funeral Home is in charge.
 
Grubb, Charles Lee (I3485)
 
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West Virginia, Marriages Index, 1785-1971
Name: Irene Ratliff
Gender: Female
Spouse's Name: Walter Donathan
Spouse Gender: Male
Marriage Date: 1917
Marriage Place: Mcdowell, West Virginia, United States 
Family F5136
 
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William A. Sharp, "Virginia, Births and Christenings, 1853-1917"
No image available


Name: William A. Sharp
Gender: Male
Christening Date:
Christening Place:
Birth Date: 06 Mar 1853
Birthplace: Elk Creek, Patrick, Virginia
Death Date:
Name Note:
Race: Black
Father's Name:
Father's Birthplace:
Father's Age:
Mother's Name: Charlotte Sharp
Mother's Birthplace:
Mother's Age:
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: C86864-5
System Origin: Virginia-EASy
GS Film number: 33352
Reference ID: item 1 p 5
 
Sharp, Willam A. M (I9443)
 
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! - CENSUS: 1920 United States Federal Census (DOWNLOADED 5 Apr 2008)
Name:Arthur Sexton [Arthur Soston] Home in 1920:Civil District 2, Washington, Tennessee Age:40 years Estimated Birth Year:abt 1880 Birthplace:North Carolina Relation to Head of House:Head Spouse's Name:Ellen Father's Birth Place:North Carolina Mother's Birth Place:North Carolina Marital Status:Married Race:White Sex:Male Home owned:Own Able to read:Yes Able to Write:Yes Image:984 Neighbors:View others on page Household Members: Name AgeArthur Sexton 40 Ellen Sexton 31 Lee Sexton 12 Edward Sexton 10 Grace Sexton 8 Paul Sexton 5 Gloddie Sexton 3 6/12
2008, The Generations Network, Inc. Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Civil District 2, Washington, Tennessee; Roll: T625_1769; Page: 7B; Enumeration District: 194; Image: 984.
Source Information: Ancestry.com. 1920 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2005. For details on the contents of the film numbers, visit the following NARA web page: NARA .
Note: Enumeration Districts 819-839 on roll 323 (Chicago City. Original data: United States of America, Bureau of the Census. Fourteenth Census of the United States, 1920. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1920. T625, 2,076 rolls. Description: This database is an index to individuals enumerated in the 1920 United States Federal Census, the Fourteenth Census of the United States. It includes all states and territories, as well as Military and Naval Forces, the Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico, American Samoa, Guam, and the Panama Canal Zone. The census provides many details about individuals and families including: name, gender, age, birthplace, year of immigration, mother tongue, and parents' birthplaces. In addition, the names of those listed on the population schedule are linked to actual images of the 1920 Federal Census.

! - CENSUS: 1930 United States Federal Census (DOWNLOADED 5 Apr 2008)
Name:A R Sexton Home in 1930:Johnson City, Washington, Tennessee Age:45 Estimated Birth Year:abt 1885 Birthplace:North Carolina Relation to Head of House:Head Spouse's Name:Ellen Race:White Occupation: Education: Military service: Rent/home value: Age at first marriage: Parents' birthplace: View Image Neighbors:View others on page Household Members: Name AgeA R Sexton 45 Ellen Sexton 45 Lee Sexton 22 Charleen Sexton 18 Ed Sexton 20 Grace Willis 18 George Hillis 36 Paul Sexton 16 Gladys Sexton 15 Ray Sexton 9 Wilburn Sexton 3 5/12 Willie Sexton 5/12
2008, The Generations Network, Inc. Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Johnson City, Washington, Tennessee; Roll: 2283; Page: 6B; Enumeration District: 18; Image: 1072.0.
Source Information: Ancestry.com. 1930 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2002. Original data: United States of America, Bureau of the Census. Fifteenth Census of the United States, 1930. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1930. T626, 2,667 rolls.
Description: Containing records for approximately 123 million Americans, the 1930 United States Federal Census is the largest census released to date and is the most recent census available for public access. The census gives us a glimpse into the lives of Americans in 1930, and contains information about a household's family members and occupants including: birthplaces, occupations, immigration, citizenship, and military service. The names of those listed in the census are linked to actual images of the 1930 Census. 
Sexton, Arthur R. (I8244)
 
46
! - CENSUS: 1920 United States Federal Census (DOWNLOADED 5 Apr 2008)
Name:Arthur Sexton [Arthur Soston] Home in 1920:Civil District 2, Washington, Tennessee Age:40 years Estimated Birth Year:abt 1880 Birthplace:North Carolina Relation to Head of House:Head Spouse's Name:Ellen Father's Birth Place:North Carolina Mother's Birth Place:North Carolina Marital Status:Married Race:White Sex:Male Home owned:Own Able to read:Yes Able to Write:Yes Image:984 Neighbors:View others on page Household Members: Name AgeArthur Sexton 40 Ellen Sexton 31 Lee Sexton 12 Edward Sexton 10 Grace Sexton 8 Paul Sexton 5 Gloddie Sexton 3 6/12
2008, The Generations Network, Inc. Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Civil District 2, Washington, Tennessee; Roll: T625_1769; Page: 7B; Enumeration District: 194; Image: 984.
Source Information: Ancestry.com. 1920 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2005. For details on the contents of the film numbers, visit the following NARA web page: NARA .
Note: Enumeration Districts 819-839 on roll 323 (Chicago City. Original data: United States of America, Bureau of the Census. Fourteenth Census of the United States, 1920. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1920. T625, 2,076 rolls. Description: This database is an index to individuals enumerated in the 1920 United States Federal Census, the Fourteenth Census of the United States. It includes all states and territories, as well as Military and Naval Forces, the Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico, American Samoa, Guam, and the Panama Canal Zone. The census provides many details about individuals and families including: name, gender, age, birthplace, year of immigration, mother tongue, and parents' birthplaces. In addition, the names of those listed on the population schedule are linked to actual images of the 1920 Federal Census.

! - CENSUS: 1930 United States Federal Census (DOWNLOADED 5 Apr 2008)
Name:A R Sexton Home in 1930:Johnson City, Washington, Tennessee Age:45 Estimated Birth Year:abt 1885 Birthplace:North Carolina Relation to Head of House:Head Spouse's Name:Ellen Race:White Occupation: Education: Military service: Rent/home value: Age at first marriage: Parents' birthplace: View Image Neighbors:View others on page Household Members: Name AgeA R Sexton 45 Ellen Sexton 45 Lee Sexton 22 Charleen Sexton 18 Ed Sexton 20 Grace Willis 18 George Hillis 36 Paul Sexton 16 Gladys Sexton 15 Ray Sexton 9 Wilburn Sexton 3 5/12 Willie Sexton 5/12
2008, The Generations Network, Inc. Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Johnson City, Washington, Tennessee; Roll: 2283; Page: 6B; Enumeration District: 18; Image: 1072.0.
Source Information: Ancestry.com. 1930 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2002. Original data: United States of America, Bureau of the Census. Fifteenth Census of the United States, 1930. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1930. T626, 2,667 rolls.
Description: Containing records for approximately 123 million Americans, the 1930 United States Federal Census is the largest census released to date and is the most recent census available for public access. The census gives us a glimpse into the lives of Americans in 1930, and contains information about a household's family members and occupants including: birthplaces, occupations, immigration, citizenship, and military service. The names of those listed in the census are linked to actual images of the 1930 Census. 
Pierson, Mary Ellen (I8245)
 
47
! - CENSUS: 1920 United States Federal Census (DOWNLOADED 5 Apr 2008)
Name:Arthur Sexton [Arthur Soston] Home in 1920:Civil District 2, Washington, Tennessee Age:40 years Estimated Birth Year:abt 1880 Birthplace:North Carolina Relation to Head of House:Head Spouse's Name:Ellen Father's Birth Place:North Carolina Mother's Birth Place:North Carolina Marital Status:Married Race:White Sex:Male Home owned:Own Able to read:Yes Able to Write:Yes Image:984 Neighbors:View others on page Household Members: Name AgeArthur Sexton 40 Ellen Sexton 31 Lee Sexton 12 Edward Sexton 10 Grace Sexton 8 Paul Sexton 5 Gloddie Sexton 3 6/12
2008, The Generations Network, Inc. Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Civil District 2, Washington, Tennessee; Roll: T625_1769; Page: 7B; Enumeration District: 194; Image: 984.
Source Information: Ancestry.com. 1920 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2005. For details on the contents of the film numbers, visit the following NARA web page: NARA .
Note: Enumeration Districts 819-839 on roll 323 (Chicago City. Original data: United States of America, Bureau of the Census. Fourteenth Census of the United States, 1920. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1920. T625, 2,076 rolls. Description: This database is an index to individuals enumerated in the 1920 United States Federal Census, the Fourteenth Census of the United States. It includes all states and territories, as well as Military and Naval Forces, the Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico, American Samoa, Guam, and the Panama Canal Zone. The census provides many details about individuals and families including: name, gender, age, birthplace, year of immigration, mother tongue, and parents' birthplaces. In addition, the names of those listed on the population schedule are linked to actual images of the 1920 Federal Census.

! - CENSUS: 1930 United States Federal Census (DOWNLOADED 5 Apr 2008)
Name:George Hillis Home in 1930:Johnson City, Washington, Tennessee Age:36 Estimated Birth Year:abt 1894 Birthplace:Virginia Relation to Head of House:Son-in-law Race:White Occupation: Education: Military service: Rent/home value: Age at first marriage: Parents' birthplace: View Image Neighbors:View others on page Household Members: Name AgeA R Sexton 45 Ellen Sexton 45 Lee Sexton 22 Charleen Sexton 18 Ed Sexton 20 Grace Willis 18 George Hillis 36 Paul Sexton 16 Gladys Sexton 15 Ray Sexton 9 Wilburn Sexton 3 5/12 Willie Sexton 5/12
2008, The Generations Network, Inc. Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Johnson City, Washington, Tennessee; Roll: 2283; Page: 6B; Enumeration District: 18; Image: 1072.0.
Source Information: Ancestry.com. 1930 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2002. Original data: United States of America, Bureau of the Census. Fifteenth Census of the United States, 1930. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1930. T626, 2,667 rolls.
Description:Containing records for approximately 123 million Americans, the 1930 United States Federal Census is the largest census released to date and is the most recent census available for public access. The census gives us a glimpse into the lives of Americans in 1930, and contains information about a household's family members and occupants including: birthplaces, occupations, immigration, citizenship, and military service. The names of those listed in the census are linked to actual images of the 1930 Census. 
Sexton, Grace (I8248)
 
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! - CENSUS: 1920 United States Federal Census (DOWNLOADED 5 Apr 2008)
Name:Arthur Sexton [Arthur Soston] Home in 1920:Civil District 2, Washington, Tennessee Age:40 years Estimated Birth Year:abt 1880 Birthplace:North Carolina Relation to Head of House:Head Spouse's Name:Ellen Father's Birth Place:North Carolina Mother's Birth Place:North Carolina Marital Status:Married Race:White Sex:Male Home owned:Own Able to read:Yes Able to Write:Yes Image:984 Neighbors:View others on page Household Members: Name AgeArthur Sexton 40 Ellen Sexton 31 Lee Sexton 12 Edward Sexton 10 Grace Sexton 8 Paul Sexton 5 Gloddie Sexton 3 6/12
2008, The Generations Network, Inc. Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Civil District 2, Washington, Tennessee; Roll: T625_1769; Page: 7B; Enumeration District: 194; Image: 984.
Source Information: Ancestry.com. 1920 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2005. For details on the contents of the film numbers, visit the following NARA web page: NARA .
Note: Enumeration Districts 819-839 on roll 323 (Chicago City. Original data: United States of America, Bureau of the Census. Fourteenth Census of the United States, 1920. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1920. T625, 2,076 rolls. Description: This database is an index to individuals enumerated in the 1920 United States Federal Census, the Fourteenth Census of the United States. It includes all states and territories, as well as Military and Naval Forces, the Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico, American Samoa, Guam, and the Panama Canal Zone. The census provides many details about individuals and families including: name, gender, age, birthplace, year of immigration, mother tongue, and parents' birthplaces. In addition, the names of those listed on the population schedule are linked to actual images of the 1920 Federal Census.

! - CENSUS: 1930 United States Federal Census (DOWNLOADED 5 Apr 2008)
Name:A R Sexton Home in 1930:Johnson City, Washington, Tennessee Age:45 Estimated Birth Year:abt 1885 Birthplace:North Carolina Relation to Head of House:Head Spouse's Name:Ellen Race:White Occupation: Education: Military service: Rent/home value: Age at first marriage: Parents' birthplace: View Image Neighbors:View others on page Household Members: Name AgeA R Sexton 45 Ellen Sexton 45 Lee Sexton 22 Charleen Sexton 18 Ed Sexton 20 Grace Willis 18 George Hillis 36 Paul Sexton 16 Gladys Sexton 15 Ray Sexton 9 Wilburn Sexton 3 5/12 Willie Sexton 5/12
2008, The Generations Network, Inc. Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Johnson City, Washington, Tennessee; Roll: 2283; Page: 6B; Enumeration District: 18; Image: 1072.0.
Source Information: Ancestry.com. 1930 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2002. Original data: United States of America, Bureau of the Census. Fifteenth Census of the United States, 1930. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1930. T626, 2,667 rolls.
Description: Containing records for approximately 123 million Americans, the 1930 United States Federal Census is the largest census released to date and is the most recent census available for public access. The census gives us a glimpse into the lives of Americans in 1930, and contains information about a household's family members and occupants including: birthplaces, occupations, immigration, citizenship, and military service. The names of those listed in the census are linked to actual images of the 1930 Census. 
Sexton, Gladys Alberta (I8251)
 
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! - CENSUS: 1920 United States Federal Census (DOWNLOADED 5 Apr 2008)
Name:Arthur Sexton [Arthur Soston] Home in 1920:Civil District 2, Washington, Tennessee Age:40 years Estimated Birth Year:abt 1880 Birthplace:North Carolina Relation to Head of House:Head Spouse's Name:Ellen Father's Birth Place:North Carolina Mother's Birth Place:North Carolina Marital Status:Married Race:White Sex:Male Home owned:Own Able to read:Yes Able to Write:Yes Image:984 Neighbors:View others on page Household Members: Name AgeArthur Sexton 40 Ellen Sexton 31 Lee Sexton 12 Edward Sexton 10 Grace Sexton 8 Paul Sexton 5 Gloddie Sexton 3 6/12
2008, The Generations Network, Inc. Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Civil District 2, Washington, Tennessee; Roll: T625_1769; Page: 7B; Enumeration District: 194; Image: 984.
Source Information: Ancestry.com. 1920 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2005. For details on the contents of the film numbers, visit the following NARA web page: NARA .
Note: Enumeration Districts 819-839 on roll 323 (Chicago City. Original data: United States of America, Bureau of the Census. Fourteenth Census of the United States, 1920. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1920. T625, 2,076 rolls. Description: This database is an index to individuals enumerated in the 1920 United States Federal Census, the Fourteenth Census of the United States. It includes all states and territories, as well as Military and Naval Forces, the Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico, American Samoa, Guam, and the Panama Canal Zone. The census provides many details about individuals and families including: name, gender, age, birthplace, year of immigration, mother tongue, and parents' birthplaces. In addition, the names of those listed on the population schedule are linked to actual images of the 1920 Federal Census.

! - CENSUS: 1930 United States Federal Census (DOWNLOADED 5 Apr 2008)
Name:Charleen Sexton Home in 1930:Johnson City, Washington, Tennessee Age:18 Estimated Birth Year:abt 1912 Relation to Head of House:Daughter-in-law Spouse's Name:Lee Occupation: Education: Military service: Rent/home value: Age at first marriage: Parents' birthplace: View Image Neighbors:View others on page Household Members: Name AgeA R Sexton 45 Ellen Sexton 45 Lee Sexton 22 Charleen Sexton 18 Ed Sexton 20 Grace Willis 18 George Hillis 36 Paul Sexton 16 Gladys Sexton 15 Ray Sexton 9 Wilburn Sexton 3 5/12 Willie Sexton 5/12
2008, The Generations Network, Inc. Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Johnson City, Washington, Tennessee; Roll: 2283; Page: 6B; Enumeration District: 18; Image: 1072.0.
Source Information: Ancestry.com. 1930 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2002. Original data: United States of America, Bureau of the Census. Fifteenth Census of the United States, 1930. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1930. T626, 2,667 rolls.
Description: Containing records for approximately 123 million Americans, the 1930 United States Federal Census is the largest census released to date and is the most recent census available for public access. The census gives us a glimpse into the lives of Americans in 1930, and contains information about a household's family members and occupants including: birthplaces, occupations, immigration, citizenship, and military service. The names of those listed in the census are linked to actual images of the 1930 Census. 
Sexton, Robert Lee (I8264)
 
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CENSUS: 1920 United States Federal Census (DOWNLOADED 5 Apr 2008) ancestry.com
Name:Arthur Sexton [Arthur Soston] Home in 1920:Civil District 2, Washington, Tennessee Age:40 years Estimated Birth Year:abt 1880 Birthplace:North Carolina Relation to Head of House:Head Spouse's Name:Ellen Father's Birth Place:North Carolina Mother's Birth Place:North Carolina Marital Status:Married Race:White Sex:Male Home owned:Own Able to read:Yes Able to Write:Yes Image:984 Neighbors:View others on page Household Members: Name AgeArthur Sexton 40 Ellen Sexton 31 Lee Sexton 12 Edward Sexton 10 Grace Sexton 8 Paul Sexton 5 Gloddie Sexton 3 6/12

CENSUS: 1930 United States Federal Census (DOWNLOADED 5 Apr 2008) ancestry.com
Name:A R Sexton Home in 1930:Johnson City, Washington, Tennessee Age:45 Estimated Birth Year:abt 1885 Birthplace:North Carolina Relation to Head of House:Head Spouse's Name:Ellen Race:White Occupation: Education: Military service: Rent/home value: Age at first marriage: Parents' birthplace: View Image Neighbors:View others on page Household Members: Name AgeA R Sexton 45 Ellen Sexton 45 Lee Sexton 22 Charleen Sexton 18 Ed Sexton 20 Grace Willis 18 George Hillis 36 Paul Sexton 16 Gladys Sexton 15 Ray Sexton 9 Wilburn Sexton 3 5/12 Willie Sexton 5/12
 
Sexton, William Edward (I8270)
 

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