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---------- Forwarded message ---------
From: David McManamon
Date: Thu, Sep 20, 2018 at 8:20 PM
Subject: Re: FW: Fw: Re: going through ancestry today
To: mary vitter

Hi Mary,

I'm Paul's son.  I search mostly on familysearch.org & ancestry, both have most of the same data but use different algorithms for "find names like" so I do find different results.

I searched some New York passenger manifests, the only close match is her possible first adopted family Aldington.  Albert Aldington was a NYC barber and may have adopted her in 1880. I think the verbal story in Joan's report that she was placed with one family then taken from them and moved to Tiffin, Ohio may be accurate.

Her own statements for every census indicate she was born in New York so I think that is accurate.  Interestingly she gave a variety of responses about the birthplace of her parents for the census. I may file some requests to get more information about her adoption(s) but in New York those applications need proof of lineage and the data isn't searchable online.

--David

On Thu, Sep 20, 2018 at 8:57 PM mary vitter wrote:
Hey David, Who's son are you??
Did you ever go through ship's logs of immigrants coming to the US via New York during the time my grandmother may have come with her father? (as the story goes... her mother died in England and her father died aboard the ship en route to America). She would be listed as an orphan and possibly her father's name would be listed. If you know how to do the research and I can get access to the records on line etc, I would be happy to help out!

On Thu, Aug 23, 2018 at 5:59 PM David McManamon wrote:
I haven't seen anything to support the story of wealth or related to royalty as Joan recorded.  You can confidently place Francis Allington's birthplace as New York in part because she consistently stated that on the 1900, 1910, 1920 & 1930 census records.  She also inconsistently noted the birthplace of her parents on the census reports.  The 1930 census has Francis Bauman's parents listed as both from New York, others list her father as British and mother unknown.
As to someone who migrated from Ireland with her father that could be Bridget O'byrne from Monaghan, Ireland born in 1834?  I didn't research anything about her father and when he passed away.

--David

On Thu, Aug 23, 2018 at 6:24 PM mary vitter wrote:
Wow...this is really interesting! Mom 's remembrance was very similar. She said that her mother was rich and a trunk full of fabulous dresses that were all stolen from her when she became an orphan. We have her mother's name, but not her father's name unless it is Franziska. We could find out if she was really wealthy or if the children just added that to her story.

On Thu, Aug 23, 2018 at 5:08 PM Paul McManamon wrote:
Mary said
“Strange that the records show that she was born in New York....Mom said she came over on a ship with her father from Ireland (no mention of her mother) and that her father died on the ship in transit.  “
I looked a Joan’s report, from discussion with mom, and it does not say where Francis Mary Allington was born .  I wonder if the birth certificate you found was really her, or not?  The last names were close, and the date was right.

Dr. Paul McManamon
paul@excitingtechnology.com
937-344-3921
2006 SPIE President
Fellow of IEEE, SPIE, OSA, AIAA, AFRL, DEPs, MSS

From: David McManamon
Sent: Thursday, August 23, 2018 5:42 PM
To: Paul McManamon ; maryvitter@gmail.com; kc8hab@yahoo.com
Subject: Re: FW: Fw: Re: going through ancestry today

For the Bauman(n) family familysearch.org has a lot of information going back to Switzerland if you have an account.  I attached a screenshot from that site showing the parents of Samuel H. Baumann who were both born in Aargau, Switzerland.
The McManamon.me site lists the birthplace of Francis Allington as Ireland which could be corrected.

--David

On Thu, Aug 23, 2018 at 3:16 PM Paul McManamon wrote:

Dr. Paul McManamon
paul@excitingtechnology.com
937-344-3921
2006 SPIE President
Fellow of IEEE, SPIE, OSA, AIAA, AFRL, DEPs, MSS

From: Michael McManamon
Sent: Thursday, August 23, 2018 2:51 PM
To: 'mary vitter' ; 'Tom McManamon'
Cc: paul@excitingtechnology.com; jadushane@aol.com; kc8hab@yahoo.com; 'Charles Wilke' ; mtm@inlandseas.com
Subject: RE: Fw: Re: going through ancestry today

Anything in particular?
Try going to http://www.mcmanamon.me
Click the ‘family tree’ link
Then hit the ‘sign in’ on the bar at the top

Mcmanamon/family should work to login

Hope you’re having a great summer!

Mike

From: mary vitter
Sent: Thursday, August 23, 2018 2:35 PM
To: Tom McManamon
Cc: paul@excitingtechnology.com; jadushane@aol.com; kc8hab@yahoo.com; Charles Wilke ; mtm@inlandseas.com
Subject: Re: Fw: Re: going through ancestry today

Does anyone know anything about the Bauman family tree??

On Sat, Aug 18, 2018 at 6:29 PM Tom McManamon wrote:

----- Forwarded Message -----
From: mary vitter
To: "paul@excitingtechnology.com"
Cc: Tom McManamon ; "kc8hab@yahoo.com" ; "dmcmanam@gmail.com"
Sent: ‎Saturday‎, ‎August‎ ‎18‎, ‎2018‎ ‎03‎:‎42‎:‎32‎ ‎PM‎ ‎EDT
Subject: Re: going through ancestry today

Dick's Bridget is also interested in ancestry and has looked into mom"s tree and Jim's son Jimmy also! I think Char's wife, June did some too! I wish we could get it all together in one spot!

On Sat, Aug 18, 2018 at 2:04 PM Paul McManamon wrote:
David has gotten interested in ancestry. He did the 23 and me test, and found I think 13% Jewish ancestry.    He thought it was through Francis Mary Allington, our grandmother.  She was an orphan and converted when she was 12.  I emailed Judy and Judy also got the Jewish ancestry  when she   did 23 and me. Judy thinks it comes from Samuel Bauman, but she did not say much more. Judy said she is almost done with a book on her ancestry.  If you found some of Samuel Bauman’s ancestry then maybe that would support, or contradict, what Judy thinks.
-paul
Dr. Paul McManamon
paul@excitingtechnology.com
937-344-3921
2006 SPIE President
Fellow of IEEE, SPIE, OSA, AIAA, AFRL, DEPs, MSS

From: Tom McManamon
Sent: Saturday, August 18, 2018 1:12 PM
To: Denny McManamon ; maryvitter@gmail.com; Paul McManamon
Subject: going through ancestry today

I found Julie Hilson who is a 2-3 cousin. looking at her family tree I found Sarah Bauman born in 1700. in the same  tree I found Mourice Myers father of Sam Myers. I also found in the same tree our grandfather Samual Bauman   (1870-1946). His mother was Bridget Bauman from Ireland. For Mary Vitter. detsy was born Sept 22 1918 
Allington, Frances Mary (I23895)
 
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Clipping from an unknown newspaper, Apparently in Fort collins, Colorado, preserved in Alice (Furh) Denslow's date book under the date May 30, Edna's Birthday.
Edna B.E. Ring, 81, of 219 Meldrum St.., died Sunday at her home.
Visitation will be held at Warren Funeral Chapel until 12:30 p.m. Wednesday. A service will be held at 1:30 Wednesday at the mortuary with the Rev. Delbert Paulson officating. Burial will be at Resthaven Memory Gardens.
Memorial contribution may be made to the National Asthma Center or the Children's Asthma Research Institude and Hospital in care of the mortuary.
Born May 30 1897, Mrs. Ring married Harvey E. Ring in Paola, Kan., Feb 22 1916. He died in 1973. She lived here since about 1938 and had worked about 16 years for the city library, retiring in 1959. She was a member of the First United Methodist Church.
Survivors include a sister, Mrs. Frona Barnet of Fort Collins; and a brother, Charles L. Fuhr of Broomfield.
 
Fuhr, Edna Blanche Emeline (I20938)
 
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Death:

Carolyn Faith (Ashworth) Conley age 66 of Mukilteo passes away on September 8, 2006. Born to a family of ministers. Carolyn started her life in Yakima, Washington on November 29, 1939. Over her life, she found joy in Theater, performing at the Taproot Theater as well as the Attic Theater. Music, Art, and Acting were also a joy to Carolyn. Church was another important aspect, as she attended Cedar Park Church in Bothell for many years, and more recently attended University Presbyterian Church.

Carolyn is survived by her husband David, sister Eunice Sinner of Vancouver, Washington, and four children of her own. Preceding her in death are her parents Robert and Ruth Ashworth. Funeral Service will be held on Friday, September 15, 2006 at the University Presbyterian Church (4540 15th Avenue N.E. Seattle, WA.) at 11:00a.m. Arrangements under the careof Purdy and Walters with Cassidy.

Carolyn and Robert were divorced 15 Feb 1980 in Santa Clara, Snata Clara California, USA
 
Ashworth, Carolyn Faith (I23166)
 
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Death:

The Reverend Robert James Teeter, 86, formerlyof Sumner, Wash., died Sunday , Oct 14, 2007 while under hospice care at the homeof his daughter, Patricia Antin, of Peabody. He was the loving husband of the late Ruthelta Marlaine (Ashworth) Teeter with whom he shared 50 years of marriage. Born in Spokane, Washington on St. Patrick's Day, he lived as a resident until moving to Massachusetts three years ago. He was a U.S. Army veteran of World War II and studied theology at Northwest Bible Instute and Seminary (Northwest University) in Seattle.
 
Teeter, Reverend James Robert (I19517)
 
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Frank R. Peckham, Jr.

Graveside services will be held on Wednesday November 21, 2012 at 10 a.m. at the Conehatta Methodist Cemetery. Ott and Lee Funeral Home of forest, Mississippi, is in chare of arrangement. Burial in Conehatta Methodist Cemetery, Conehastta, Newton, Mississippi.

Frank R. Peckham, Jr.

Graveside services will be held Wednesday, November 21, 2012 at 10 a.m., at the Conehatta Methodist Cemetery. Ott and Lee Funeral Home of Forest, Mississippi in in charge of arrangements.

Burial in Conehatta Methodist Cemetery, Conehatta Newton, Mississippi, USA

Frank R. Peckham, Jr.

Graveside services will be held Wednesday, November 21, 2012 at 10 a.m., at the Conehatta Methodist Cemetery. Ott and Lee Funeral Home of Forest, Mississippi in in charge of arrangements.

Burial in Conehatta Methodist Cemetery, Conehatta Newton, Mississippi, USA
 
Peckham, Frank Raymond Jr. (I16739)
 
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Georgia A "Peggy" Mills Faust:

Ashes will be laid to rest along side her loving husband, Bernard Joseph Faust, at Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery. She was a Gift of Life Donor. Come to JB Nat'l Cemetery at 10:45 a.m. for an 11:00 a.m. ceremony Wednesday, August 8, 2012. Peggy was born in Putnam County, Missouri June 6, 1927 and died in St. Louis om February 2, 2012 after a brief bout with pneumonia. She is loved a missed by family and friends.
 
Mills, Georgia A. 'Peggy' (I17248)
 
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Glenn and Alma divorced.
 
Butler, Alma Dora (I19503)
 
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Harold was son of Perry Lee and Golda Ann (Casady) Millos. He was a World War II veteran and was injured on Cebu.
 
Mills, Harold Kermit Edwin (I19541)
 
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Met his future wife while working at a bank in Park City, Montana. He served in the Marine Corp during World War I, in Texas. After his discharge he married , living firstin Bushnell, Illinois, then back to Park City, Montana, then Mount Pleasent, Iowa.

Obituary: Ralph Neely, 54, Claimed by death: Last Rites Monday.

Ralph Bilyeu Neely, 54 manager of the service department of the AJohn Deere Plow Co., died at 5:30 a.m. today at the Moline Public Hospital following an operation earlier in the week. His residence was at 1540 Eleventh Avenue, Moline. Funeral services willbe held at 3:00 p,m,. Monday at the Knox Trimble Funeral Home with the Rev. Ray Honeywell officiating.

Mr Neely was born Sept. 11 1892, at Mulberry Grove, Ill., attented Mulberry Grove Schools and the Gem City Business College at Quincy. Following service in the World War I as a Marine sergeant, he ws employed by John M. Brant Co., of Bushnell, Ill., and a farmer for a period of two years at Park City, Mont.

He began service with John Deere Plow Co., on May 1,1928, as assistant salesman to H.M. Park, at that time salesman on the Waterloo Falls, Ia., territory. He was later made regular salesman of the area and from Feb 16, 1943, until Dec. 20 of that years was retail store supervisor of northeastern Iowa compay stores with headquarters in Iowa Falls. He was brought to the Moline office of the Plow Co., in December 1943 and promoted to service manager, which position he held until his dath.

Mr Neely married Miss Francis McCrary on August 119919. He was a member of the First Methodist Church of Moline and a member of the Moline Consistory as a 32nd degree Mason.

Surviving are mhis wife; a daughter, Florence, who teaches at Winton-Salem, N.C.; two sons, Marion, a student at the University of Iowa, and Ralph Jr. at the home; two brothers, Paul F. Neely of Sorento,Ill., and George of Mulberry and a sister Mrs. Roxy Martin of Mulberry Grove.
 
Neely, Ralph Bilyeu (I21399)
 
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Obituary: Bertha Pearl Bowes:

Mrs. Bertha Bowes, resident of this community for many year died unexpectedly at her home in Paola last Saturday, March 12, 1960. Her death was caused by a heart attack and happened as she rested on a couch in her home, after complaining of not feeling well. Her age was 60 years, one month and ten days.
Bertha, daughter of the late Cora and Francis Bendorf, was born February 2, 1900, at Huntsville, Wash., and the family came to Miami County, Kan., when she was a youngster.
On November 20, 1919, she was united in marriage to Thomas Bowes and they made their home on a farm four miles East of Louisburg until his death December23, 1945. Mrs. Bowes then lived in north Louisburg, moving later to her home in Paola.
Survivors are two daughters, Mrs. Evelyn Tomacci and Mrs. Beulah May McCoy, both of San Bruno, Calif., two grandsons, Charles Tomacci and Christy Eugene McCoy, two sisters, Mrs. Cora Holman of Paola and Mrs. Donald Witt of Bucyrus, other relatives and friends. A son, Thomas Franklin , twin to Mrs. Tomacci, died in infancy.
Funeral services were held Wednesday at 3 p.m. at the Runyan Chapel in Louisburg with Rev. Ray Smith, pastor of the Louisburg Baptist Church officiating. Mrs. John Coltrin, accompanied by Miss Elizabeth Seiler, sang "Ivory Palaces" and The Old Rugged Cross".
The pallbearers were E.V. Perdue, Charles Kelly, Scott Harper, Karl Bower, Kenneth Benedict and Leonard Baur. Burial was in the Louisburg Cemetery.
The two daughters , Mrs. McCoy and Mrs. Tomacci, flew from California to attend their mother's funeral.
 
Bendorf, Bertha Pearl (I453)
 
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Obituary: Duane Dean Daniels:

Duane Dean Daniels, a Vaughn resident, died July 17, 2003 at the age of 67.
Daniels was born on May 10, 1936 in Wapato to Johnie and Lucile (Berwington) Daniels.
He married Ethel Sergent in Yakima in 1964. He worked for the University Place Water District and also attended Chefs and barber School. He was a U.S. Navy veteran.
He is survivred by his wife, Ethel, of Vaughn; one daughter, Jeanine Havard of
Gig Harvard; five step-children, Dan Underwood od Richland, Debbie Slawson of Vaughn; Larry Underwood of Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, Linda Hacker od Vaughn; and Mary Wolkenhauer of Prosser; one brother, Donald of Tacoma; one sister Gladys Wills of Packwood; 16 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.
A graveside service was held Tuesday, July 22, at Vaughn Bay Cemetery. Arrangements by Funeral Alternatives of Washington.
 
Daniels, Duane Dean (I15150)
 
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Obituary: Evelyn L. Morgan Witter, 89, of Overland Park, Kan., passed away May 21, 2008 at the Sweetlife of Rosehill in Shawnee. Funeral services will be Saturday, May 24, at 10 a.m. at the St. Mark's United Methodist Church. Visitation will be Friday, May 23, from 6-8 p.m., at the McGlley & Hoge Chapel, 8024 Santa Fe Dr., Overland Park, Kan. Burial in Johnson County Memorial Gardens. Memorial contribution may be made to the American Heart Association.

Evelyn was born April 9, 1919, in Louisburg , Kan. She was raised in the Louisburg community and graduated from the Louisburg High School.
She enjoyed her family, going to Branson ,country music, cooking and family get-togethers. She was a member of St. Mark's United Methodist Church. Evelyn was an exceptional wife, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother who valued and loved her family and friends.

She was preceded in death by her husband Ellis Witter of 63 years. survivors include two daughters and one son, Janice M. Jackson, husband Darold, Julia A. Chanay, husband Larry, and Jerry E. Witter, wife SuZanne; seven grandchildren: Tim Weible, Jennifer Locklear, Aimee Jackson, Hollie Weible, Jared Witter, Andrew Witter, Mitchell Witter, and three great-grandchildren, Katie Locklear, Ryan Weible and Jacob Locklear. ( Arr: McGilley & Hoge Chapel).

Obituary: Evelyn L. Morgan Witter

Evelyn L. Morgan Witter 89, passed away May 21, 2008, at the Sweetlife of Rosehill in Shawnee. Funeral services will be Saturday, May 24, at 10 a.m. at St. Mark's United Methodist Church. Visitation will be Friday, , May 23, from 6-8 p.m. at the McGilley & Hoge Chapel, 8024 Santa Fe Dr., ,Overland Park , Kan. Burial in Johnson County Memorial Gardens. Memorial contibutions may be made to the American Heart Association.

Evelyn was born April 9, 1919, in Louisburg, Kan. She was raised in the Louisburg community and graduated from the Louisburg High School. She enjoyed her family, going to Branson, country music, cooking and family get-togethers. She was a member of the St. Mark's United Methodist Church. Evelyn was an exceptional wife, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother who valued and loved her family and friends.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Ellis Witter of 63 years. Survivors include two daughters and one son, Janice M. Jackson, husband Darold, Julia A. Chanay, husband Larry, and Jerry Witter, wife SuZanne; seven grandchildren, Tim Weible, Jennifer Locklear, Aimee Jackson, Hollie Weible, Jared Witter, Andrew Witter, Mitchell Witter, and three great-grandchildren Katie Locklear, Ryan Weilbe and Jacob Locklear. (Arr.: McGilley & Hoge Chapel).

Obituary: Evelyn L. Morgan Witter

Evelyn L. Morgan Witter 89, passed away May 21, 2008, at the Sweetlife of Rosehill in Shawnee. Funeral services will be Saturday, May 24, at 10 a.m. at St. Mark's United Methodist Church. Visitation will be Friday, , May 23, from 6-8 p.m. at the McGilley & Hoge Chapel, 8024 Santa Fe Dr., ,Overland Park , Kan. Burial in Johnson County Memorial Gardens. Memorial contibutions may be made to the American Heart Association.

Evelyn was born April 9, 1919, in Louisburg, Kan. She was raised in the Louisburg community and graduated from the Louisburg High School. She enjoyed her family, going to Branson, country music, cooking and family get-togethers. She was a member of the St. Mark's United Methodist Church. Evelyn was an exceptional wife, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother who valued and loved her family and friends.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Ellis Witter of 63 years. Survivors include two daughters and one son, Janice M. Jackson, husband Darold, Julia A. Chanay, husband Larry, and Jerry Witter, wife SuZanne; seven grandchildren, Tim Weible, Jennifer Locklear, Aimee Jackson, Hollie Weible, Jared Witter, Andrew Witter, Mitchell Witter, and three great-grandchildren Katie Locklear, Ryan Weilbe and Jacob Locklear. (Arr.: McGilley & Hoge Chapel).

Obituary: Evelyn Leona Morgan Witter

Evelyn L. Morgan Witter, 89, of Overland Park, Kan., passed away May 21, 2008, at the Sweetlife of Rosehillin Shawnee. Funeral services willbe Saturday, May 24, at 10 a.m. at St. Marks United Methodist Church. Visitation wii be Friday May 23, from 6-8 p.m. at the McGilley & Hoge Chapel, 8024 Santa Fe Dr., Overland Park, Ks. Burial in Johnson County Memorial Gardens. Memorial contributions may be made to the America Heart Association.

Evelyn was born April 9, 1919, in Louisburg, Kan. She was raised in the Louisburg Community and graduated from Louisburg High School. She enjoyed her family, going to Branson, country music, cooking and family get-togethers. She was a member of the St. Mark's United Methodist Church. Evelyn was an exceptional wife, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother who valued and loved her family and friends.

She was preceded in death by her husband Ellis Witter of 63 years. Surivivors include two daughters and one son, Janice M. Jackson, husband Darold, Julia A. Chanay, husband Larry, and Jerry E. Witter, wife SuZanne; seven grand children : Tim Weible,Jennifer Locklear, Aimee Jackson, Hollie Weible,Jared Witter, Andrew Witter, Mitchell Witter, and three great-children, Katie Locklear, Ryan Weible, and Jacob Locklear. ( Arr.: McGilley & Hoge Chapel).
 
Morgan, Evelyn Leona (I13897)
 
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Obituary: Opal Irene Baker

Opal Irene Baker, 89, died Monday, Jan. 2008, at Cedar Village Long Term Care, Ness City.

She was born Jan. 26, 1919, in Louisburg, Kansas, to Robert Guy and Katherine Bendorf Horchem.

She married Edwin Baker on Aug. 28, 1942 in Wakeeny, Trego, Kansas. He preceded her in death June 29, 1965. She was a homemaker.

Survivors , a sonDonald "Oley" Baker and wife Sharon, Utica; a daughterJeanne Ann Elias and husband Dennis, MaKrachen; Six grandchildren and nine great-children.

She was preceded in death by a son Ronald Baker.

Graveside services will be 9:00 AM to 9:00 PM Thursday and 9:00 to 9:00 PM Friday , with family present at 7:00 PM Friday, both at Fitzgarald Funeral home, Ness City. Memorials are suggested to the First Christian Church , Utica in care of the funeral home.
 
Baker, Edwin (I14366)
 
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Obituary: Rosemary Rogerson Slachter

Rosemary Slachter, Mcbain, Mi., died March 16, 2005, at the home of her son, in McBain. She was 77. Born in Terre Haute, IN, on May 22, 1927, she was the daughter of Russell and Goldie Stahl Rogerson. She married John Slachter on September 7, 1946, at Terre Haute, IN. John and Rosemary both enjoyed traveling together and went on wonderful trips to Europe, Hawaii, and camping all over theUnited States. She worked side by side with John in rhe Christmas Tree business in both Sumner, IL, and Lucas, MI. She was a joyful and loving wife and mother who will always be remembered for her Excellent cooking, homemaking, and hospitality talents. She was a hospital volunteer at Mercy Hospital in Cadillac and active member of the Lucas Rehoboth Reformed Church in Lucas, and enjoyed selling Avon for many years. She dearley loved her family. At the time of her death, survivors included her husband of McBain, MI: one son, Alan Slachter and wife Cindy of McBain, MI; one daughter, Deborah Tully and husband Richard of Clinton, IN; three grandchildern, Steve Slachter, Chad Tully and Charis Tully; four great-grandchilern, Tiffany Slachter, Michael Slachter, Isaiah Slachter, andJamie Tully; one brother Robert Rogerson and Barbara Rogerson of Terre Haute, IN; One sister, Judith Rhude of Columbus, IN; three sis-in-laws, Angeline Quist of Holland, Dorothy and husband Ray Winkle of Grand Rapids, MI and Eleanor Thomas of Petosky; two brother-in-laws, Adrian and Donna Slachter of Cadillac and Marvin and Marilyn Slachter of Jenison. She was preceded in death by her parents and one brother William Rogerson, Funeral services were held Saturday, March 19, 2005, at Lucas Rehoboth Reformed Church with burial in Lucas Cemetery, MI. Arrangements were made by Burkholder Funeral Home in McBain, MI. Memorial tributes can be made to Lucas Rehoboth Reformed Church Building Fund or Hospice of Michigan.
 
Rogerson, Rose Mary (I17993)
 
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Obituary: Darlene R. Richardson:

Darlene R. Richardson, 83, of Parsons, died at 1 p.m. Thursday, May 29, 2014, at Elmhaven East Nursing home in Parsons with her daughters at her side.

She was born on Oct. 24, 1930, at Ogallala, Nebraska, to John and Nina (Hanson) Fleming. She grew up at Ogallala, Blackwell, Oklahoma, and St. Paul. She graduated feom St. Paul High School in 1948. She lived in Colorado for two years before moving to Parsons.

She married the love of her life, David V. Richardson, on Aug 17, 1950, at First United Methodist Church in Parsons. He preceded her in death on Dec. 27, 2012.

She worked at the Law Offices of Columbia and Markham, the Parsons Stockyards and the Kansas Army Ammunition Plant before going to work at Sun Graphics, where she worked as the office manger until retiring in 1999.

Darlene enjoyed traveling with her husband in retirement, gardening and growing flowers, and she was an avid reader. She was a member of the Parsons Soroptimist Club and helped coordinate the Parsons Arts and Crafts Fair. She love going to her grandchildren's activities and supporting them in their endeavors.

She is survived by two daughters, Davida Langraf and husband, Chuck, of Fort Collins, Colorado and Dana Richardson of Prairie Village, Kansas, three grandchildren, Libby Humbles and her husband, Blake, of Alta Loma, Californis, Logan Langraf of Cheyene, Wyoming, and Aaron Langraf of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvannia; two brothers, Al Fleming of Renton Washington, and Dennis Fleming of Erie, Pennsylvannia; and a sister , Jeanie McQuarie of Parsons.

In addition to her husband she was preceded in death by a sister, Joyce Leachman.

The family will have a private service at Memorial Gardens Cemetery, Friends may call after 9 a.m. Tuesday at Carson-Wall Funeral Home. The family will receive friends from 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday at the funeral home.
 
Fleming, Darlene Ruth (I13845)
 
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Obituary: Donald Jack Daniels, Sr.

Yakima--Donald Jack Daniels, Sr., 73, passed peacefully at Yakima Regonal Medical Center on Monday, december 18, 2006.

Donald, also known as "Jack" was born April 9, 1933 at home in Wapato, WA to Johnie E. and Lucile (Brewington) Daniels. He was raised in Wapato and graduated from Wapato High School in 1952. Jack drov semi truck for Leonardo Truck Lines until his health forced his retirement. His love of trucking was with him all his life.

Jack was preceded in death by his parents Johnie E, and Lucile Daniels and his brother Duane Daniels. He is survived by his children Donald J. Daniels, Jr. and Theresa Stiles both of Moxie, WA; his sister Gladys (Don) Willis of Packwood, WA; his sister-in-law Ethel Daniels of Vaughn, WA; three grandsons, Josha (Tina) Daniels and Jeremy Daniels of Florida and Steven Stiles of Moxie, WA; and one great-grandson, Cody Daniels of Florida. He is also survived by numerous niecesand nephew.

"Keep on trucking Dad"

Visitation will be held from 12:00 p.m. t0 5:00 p.m. on Thursdsay, December 21st at Merritt Funeral Home in Wapato. A graveside funeral service will be held at 1:00 p.m. Friday, December 22nd at the Tahoma Cemetery in Yakima. Merritt Funeral Home has been asked to care for arrangements.
 
Daniels, Donald Jack Sr. (I15231)
 
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Obituary: Edith Mae (Casady) Crooks:

Edith Mae (Casady) Crooks was born February 28, 1914 in Putnam County to Everett L and Nettie Belle (Keller) Cassady. She was married to Kermit E. Crooks who preceded her in deathon September 19, 1975. Also preceding her in death were her parents, three brothers: Elvin Casady, Harry Casady and Calvin Casady, two sisters, Fern Pickering and Betty Shipley, a daughter-in-laws, Patsy Crooks and One niece, Carol Casady.

She is survivedby two sons, Richard L. Crooks and wife Marleen of St. Louis, Mo. and Roger W.Crooks and wife Kathy of Davenport, IA., six grandchildren, Peggy Mcullough and husband Bill, Kelly Crooks and wife Debbie of Davenport, IA., Kim Crooks and wife Patti of E.Lansing, MI., Mark Crooks and wife Elizabeth of Iowa City, IA., John Crooks and wife Kathy of Avon Lake, OH., and Susan Leatherberry of St. Louis, MO; great grandchildren, Derek, Neal, Samantha, Olivia, Caitlin, Ben, Jack, Joe, Mae, Elizabeth, Amy, Andrew, Deanne and Zack and Allison Clark and one step-great-grandaughter, Elizabeth; three sister-in-law, Betty Casady of Unionville, MO., Jewel Casady of Centerville, IA., and Lois Crooks of ColumbiaMo., and many nieces and nephews.

Edith was born and raised in Putnam County, attended school at Graysville, moving to Greentop after the death of her husband. She was a member of Martintown Freewill Baptist Church where she taught a Sunday School Class and Blble School for many years. She attended church in the Greentop area since moving there in 1976

Funeral service will be held at 11:00 a.m. Saturday (Feb. 29, 2009) at the Dooley Funeral Chapel with Reverend Don Rowland officiating. Music willbe provided by Dennis and Beverly Huskisson, selections will be "Precious Memories" and "Beyond The Sunset". Interment willbe in the Martinstown Cemetery

Pallbearers will be Kelly Crooks, Kim Crooks, Mark Crooks, John Crooks, Neal Crooks, Bill McCullough and Derek Crooks. Visitation with the family will be from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. Friday evening (Feb. 27, 2009) at the Dooley Funeral Home Queen City, Missouri.
 
Casady, Edith Mae (I18617)
 
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Obituary: Francis Bendorf:

Francis Bendorf died Wednesday afternoon, Sept. 18, at the home of his Daughter, Mrs. Jessie Weaver of Wagstaff. He had a lingering illness and patiently fought against odds.
The son of Albert and Margaret Bendorf, he was born February 28, 1865, in Putnam County, Mo. The family came to Miami County when Mr. Bendorf was a child and settled on a farm in Ten Mile Township. March 5, 1891, he was married to Cora Mayberry. They spent their married life in Ten Mile Township with the exception of one year spent in Washington State. Mrs. Bendorf died August 7, 1930. Mr. Bendorf is survived by three daughters, one daughter having died in infancy. These are Mrs. Cora Holman, of Paola, Mrs. Bertha Bowes, of Louisburg, and Mrs. Weaver. Also surviving are two sisters, Mrs. Guy Horchem, of Ransom, and Mrs. Jake Broker, of Drexel, two brothers, Jake Bendorf, of Wea Township and Albert Bendorf, of Paola, two granddaughters and one grandson.
Funeral services will be held this Friday afternoon at the church in Wagstaff with Dr. L.N. Kent, pastor of the Paola Presbyterian Church officiating. Burial will be in the Wagstaff Cemetery.
 
Bendorf, Francis (I60)
 
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Obituary: Loren B. Horchem

Loren B. Horchem, 58, near lifelong Ness County farmer-stockman, passed away Monday, February 2, at the Veteran's hospital in Wichita, Kansas after a lingering illness.

Born September 28, 1922, at Spring Hill, Kansas, he came to Ness county with his parents in March of 1926, and had lived here since.

He was veteran of World War II, and a member of the Frank Stull American Legion Post here, and of the Veterans of Foreign Wars of Ransom.

Funeral services will be held from the Fitzgerald Funeral Home here Thursday afternoon, February 5, conducted by Rev. Jerry Davey, Pastor of the Utica First Chridtian church. Interment will be in the Ransom Cemetery with Military graveside services by the Ransom VFW. Survivors include a sister, Opal Baker of Fort Dodge; two brother, Ralph A. Horchem of Wichita, and Guy Horchem, Jr.,of Ness city; two nieces; two nephews, other relatives and friends.

Memorials are suggested to the Kansas Lung Association.
 
Horchem, Loren (I14055)
 
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Obituary: Ray Dean Bendorf

Ray Dean Bendorf, 80, Paola, formerly of louisburg , died March 24, 2009, at Life Care Center of Osawatomie.

Ray and his twin sister, Fay, were born March 28, 1928, in Louisburg, to Jake Bendorf and Martha Whitmore Bendorf.

He graduated from Bucyrus High School and served in the U.S. Army in Germany from 1954-1956.
On June 24, 1975, Ray was united in marriage to Betty Jenkins Harper in Miami, Okla.

He worked for Charles Dellinger of Bucyrus and and Jack Cooper Transport Co. as a truck driver for 35 Years.

A member and past master of the Louisburg Masonic Peace Lodge No. 243, he received his Masonic 50-year emblem in January. He also was life member of the Louisburg Veterans of Foreign Wars and the Scottish
rite. He was a member of the Abdellah Shrine Mounted Patrol, Order of the Eastern Star and the Louisburg Shrine Club.

He was preceded in death by his brother, Harold and a sister, Fay McLloyd.

Survivors include his wife, Betty, of the home; stepdaughter, Jeannette Mathena of Huntsville, Ala.; stepson Wayne Harper of Pleasanton; two steo-grandchildern; and one great-granddaughter.

Honorary pallbearers were the Abdellah Mounted Patrol.

A memorial service will be held at First Baptist Church of Louisburg on Saturday, followed by a Masonic ceremony. Military honors and burial were at the Louisburg Cemetery. Arrangements were by Penwell-Gabel Paola Chapel. Memorials may be made to the First Baptist Church, Louisburg, KS., Louisburg Masonic Lodge, or the Abdellah Shrine.

Ray Dean and Betty Bendorf Ray Dean Bendorf was born March 28, 1928, at his parent's farm home in Wea Township, north of Louisburg, Kansas along with his twin sister Fay Ruth. He is the son of Jacob and Martha Whitmore Bendord. He helped his father farm with mules as a young boy and learned to be quite a "skinner." His first job was as a water boy for thrashers. He later worked a team in the oil fields. Ray was a good basketball player at Bucyrus High School in 1946. He also liked to play baseball. Ray likes horses and has "pulled ponies" several years. He has won many ribbons with his ponies in Nebraska, Iowa, Missouri, Oklahoma, Colorado, and Kansas. He won at the State Fair in Hutchinson, Kansas in 1969 with his black team George and Dan, of which he was quite proud. He always kept a good team and good harness. Another proud day was shen he won at his home town Labor Day pull in 1972 and 1973, with another team Dick and Rowdy. Ray married Betty Louise Jenkins Harper in June, 1975. Betty enjoys helping with the pulling horses chores and keeping the livestock while Ray is on the road. Ray and Betty are now raising registered Suffolk draft horses Shorthorn cattle. Betty also raise bobby calves, chickens and always has a big garden. Ray has been an "over-the-road" truck driver for Jack Cooper Transport Company of Kansas City for 32 years. He served in the U.S. Army for two years, 1954-1956. He is a member of Masonic Peace Lodge 234 of Louisburg, Scottish Rite Bodies of KansasCity, Kansas, and Abdallah Shrine of Overland Park, Kansas, and participates in parades as a member of the Mounted Patrol. He is also a member of Kansas Draft Horse and Mule Association, Eastern Star Chapter 385, and is a charter member of Louisburg Shrine Club. Betty is a member of Eastern Star Chapter 384, Daughters of the Nile El Maat Temple 120, Daughters of the American Revolution, Marais des Cygnes Chapter of Paola, Miami County Historical Society and Miami County Genealogy Society. Betty has two children by a previous marriage: G. Wayne Harper, born December 11, 1952 at Fairchild Air Force Base, Spokane, Washington, and Jeaneatte Grace Harper Stokes, born January 20, 1958, in Kansas City Missouri, Ray and Betty enjoy one grandchild, Jeanette Elizabeth Stokes, born September 14, 1983, in Fayetteville, North Carolina. Submitted by Betty Bendorf--Swan River Museum Book of Family Histories and Stories of Miami County, Kansas

Obituary: Ray Dean Bendorf

Ray Dean Bendorf, 80, Paola, formerly of Louisburg, died March 4, 2009. at Life Care Center of Osawatomie.

Ray and his twin sister, Fay were born March 28, 1928, in Louisburg, to Jake Bendorf and Martha Whitmore Bendorf.

He graduated from Bucyrus High School in 1946 and served in the U.S. Army in Germany from 1954 to 1956.
On June 24, 1975, Ray was united in marriage to Betty Jenkins Harper in Miami, Okla.

He worked for Charles Dellinger of Bucyrus and Jack Cooper Transport Co. as a truck driver for 35 Years.

A member and past master of the Louisburg Masonic Lodge No. 243, he received his Masonic 50-year emblem in January. He also was a life member of the Louisburg Veterans of Foreign Wars and the Scottish Rite. He was a member of the Abdallah Shrine Mounted Patrol, Order of the Eastern Star and the Louisburg Shrine Club.

He was preceded in death by his brother, Harold and sister Fay McLloyd.

Survivors include his wife, Betty of the home; stepdaughter, Jeanette Mathena of Huntsville, Ala.; stepson, Wayne Harper of Pleasanton; two step-grandchildren; and one great-granddaughter.

Honor pall bearers were the Abdallah Mounted Patrol.

A Memorial service will be held at the First Baptist Church of Louisburg on Saturday, followed by a Masonic ceremony. Millitary honors and burial were at the Louisburg Cemetery. Arrangements were by Penwell-Gabel Paola Chapel.
 
Bendorf, Ray Dean (I16010)
 
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Raymond Donald Morgan: Raymond Morgan was born March 21, 1931 and went to be with the Lord August 16, 2013. He spent most of his early years along the Missouri/Kansas border, finally settling in the Virginia area. He graduated from the Butler High School in 1949 and later became part of the group called "The 49ers."

In 1948 he met the love of his life, Norma, and they were united in marriage June 2, 1951. m This marriage lasted 62 years. Three children: Kathy, Lynn and Patricia were born into this reunion.

Raymond's early intention's of living in the city and becoming a mechanic changed when his father died. He spent the rest of his life farming with stints of carpentry, mechanic, postman, and many years as an insurance adjuster for Bates County Mutual. He was active in many different community organizations including: Production Credit Assoication, Miami RI School Board, Habitat for Humanity, Rural Water Board, and Disciples of Christ Christian Church.

He love square dancing, southern gospel quartets, reading and word search puzzles. But most of all he loved his family. His granddaughters were the apple of his eyeand his great-grandson, his treasure.

He was preceded in death by his parents Eddie and Mary (Obermeier) Morgan; one brother, Eddie Jr., as well as a granddaughter, Hannah.

Raymoond is survived by his wife, Norma Morgan of Butler; son Lynn (Paula) Morgan; two daughters, Kathy Morgan and Patricia (Kermit) Cotrell; six granddaughters, Lindsey, Rachel (Travis), Robin (Luther), Mary, Katherine and Jessica; three great-grandsons, Remmington,Tristyn and Avery.

Funeral services were held at 11:00 a.m. Monday August 19, 2013 at the Mullinax Funeral Home in Butler, Missouri. Paster John Park and Ruth Winkler officiating. Eulogy by Layne Ziegler. Musical Selections were "I'll Fly Away" - "Whispering Hope" - Standing On the Promises". Katherine Cottrell and Paula Morgan, vocalists, Ruth Weil, accompanist.

Pallbearers were Kermit Cottrell, Luther Gier, Travis Searles, Keith Burgat, Mike Morgan and Layne Ziegler. Honorary : Marion Swickhamer, Marvin Swickhamer, Merle Swickhamer, Jim Ulrich and Bud Armstrong.

Burial in Oak Hill Cemetery-Butler Missouri.
 
Morgan, Raymond Donald (I14337)
 
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THE ARGUS, Rock Island, Ill.,Wednesday, November 19, 1980.

Obituary: Dr. Neely, professor emeritus at Augustana dies at age 60.

Dr. Florence Elizabeth Needly, 60, of 2320 1/2 37th St., Rock Island, died Tuesday at Lutheran Hospital. Dr. Neely was Professor Emeritus of Biology at Augustana College.

Memorial services will be 3 p.m. Thursday at St. John's United Methodist Church, Davenport. Rev. Worthie K. Usher; pastor, will officate. The body will be cremated.

Friends are invited to join the family in a coffee fellowship at the church following the services.

Trimble Funeral Home, Moline, is in charge of arrangements.

Miss Neely was born in Bushnell. She recevied an AA degree from Ellsworth College, Iowa Falls, Iowa, a BA and MS from the University of Iowa, and a Ph.D. degree from the University of Illinois.

Prior to joining the faculty at Augustana College, she taught at Salem College, Winston-Salem, N.C., Grays Harbor College, Aberdeen, Wash., Vassar College,Poughkeepsie, N.Y., and the University of Kansas, Kansas City, Mo. She taught biology at Augustana
 
Neely, Florence Elizabeth (I19806)
 
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University of Iowa : BSc-Commerce (1948) JD (1959)

Military Police in WWII, including 94th Infantry Division.
 
Neely, Marion Robert (I18423)
 
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Vitter, Arthur Charles (I1161)
 
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Catherine Ann Squires Hunt, or Cathy to her friends and family, was born on January 19, 1947. She received her wings on Thursday February 18, 2016. She grew up in Pensacola, FL and graduated from Pensacola High School in 1965, received her Bachelor’s degree in Anthropology from Florida State University, and finally a Master’s degree in History from University of West Florida in 1992. She traveled in her younger years before eventually moving to Chumuckla in Santa Rosa County to settle down. She was a loving, giving, warm-hearted woman who accomplished so much in her life. She loved her family, her friends, her animals, and her farm. Cathy was preceded in death by her parents, Drs. Raymond and Gretchen Squires; her former mother-in-law,Frances Hunt; her former sister-in-law, Kimberly Hunt; and her former brother-in-law, Kenneth Hunt. She is survived by her children, Cecil R., Rachel J., Kristen M. and Teri F.; her grandchildren, Raylee J. Holcomb, Forrest W., Kevin F. and Steven R. Martin; her brother and his wife, Dr. Raymond J. and Jeannine Squires; her nieces, Jeannette and husband Hakan Okur, and Margaret Squires and husband Ned Dowling; her grand-nieces, Beyza and Meryem Okur; and grand-nephew, Ari Dowling; her surrogate sister, Barbara Moore; countless surrogate children, and her four-legged children. Cathy will be greatly missed by those she has left behind. There will be a celebration of life service at 3 p.m. on Saturday, February 27th at the Bayview Fisher-Pou Chapel at Bayview Memorial Park; located at 3351 Scenic Hwy in Pensacola, FL. The family would ask that if you prefer to donate funds in support of the ASPCA or Humane Society in Catherine’s name, in lieu of flowers, that would be appreciated as they were two of her favored organizations 
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Divorced Living January 1958
Divorced Living No. 2 1 Mar 1971

Divorced Living No. 3 1974
 
Casady, Everett Junior (I23523)
 
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Dorothy Brooke (1678-1730) was the daughter of Roger Brooke Sr.,1637-1700) and Dorothy NEALE (1647-bef.1683).

Dorothy Brooke married 1st Michael Taney, II and they had 3 children: Thomas Taney, Michael Taney III, and Dorothy Taney. Michael Taney, II died in 1702.
Dorothy married 2nd Richard Blundell, but he did not last too long as he died in 1705.
Dorothy then married 3rd John Smith. John Smith had at least 6 children from a previous marriage (Samuel, James, John, Jr., Benjamin, Basil and Mary). (Info from Linda Reno, St. Mary Co., MD) (Have not verified this yet.)

Maryland Genealogies, Vol.1, Pg.97 - "Dorothy Brooke, b. 1678; d. 1730; mar. 1 Michael Taney (d. 1702), 2 Richard Blundell (d. 1705), 3 Col. John Smith (d. 1717)."

SMITH, Col. John m. Dorothy Brooke 1706. See Dorothy Brooke card. Calvert Co.
"The 3rd husband of DOROTHY BROOKE was COL. JOHN SMITH."
BROOKE, Dorothy m. 1Michael Taney, 2Richard Blumdell, 3Col. John Smith. 1692. Ref: Wills No 14, folio 530. Inv. & Accts. No 26, folio 115; Test. Pro. No 22, folio 37-446; Judgements No. 6, folio 628-635.

SMITH, Dorothy, widow, Calvert Co., 18th Aug., 1730; 13th Feb,., 1730-31*
To dau. Mary Sawell and sons Basill and Roger, personalty.
all child. residue of estate equally, except certain personalty to son Thomas Taney and
£42 to son John, on condition son John make over to son Basill "Letchworth," now in poss. of sd. son John.
Exs.: Sons John and Bazill.
Test: Patrick Owen, James Owen.

Codicil: 10th Nov., 1730.
To son John, £.3 additional for making over afsd. land to his bro. Basill;
to both sd. sons interest in crops, cattle, etc.
Test: Ann Clenten, Susana Lueus.
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Dorothy Brooke (1678-1730) was the daughter of Roger Brooke Sr.,1637-1700) and Dorothy NEALE (1647-bef.1683).

Dorothy Brooke married 1st Michael Taney, II and they had 3 children: Thomas Taney, Michael Taney III, and Dorothy Taney. Michael Taney, II died in 1702.
Dorothy married 2nd Richard Blundell, but he did not last too long as he died in 1705.
Dorothy then married 3rd John Smith. John Smith had at least 6 children from a previous marriage (Samuel, James, John, Jr., Benjamin, Basil and Mary). (Info from Linda Reno, St. Mary Co., MD) (Have not verified this yet.)

Maryland Genealogies, Vol.1, Pg.97 - "Dorothy Brooke, b. 1678; d. 1730; mar. 1 Michael Taney (d. 1702), 2 Richard Blundell (d. 1705), 3 Col. John Smith (d. 1717)."

SMITH, Col. John m. Dorothy Brooke 1706. See Dorothy Brooke card. Calvert Co.
"The 3rd husband of DOROTHY BROOKE was COL. JOHN SMITH."
BROOKE, Dorothy m. 1Michael Taney, 2Richard Blumdell, 3Col. John Smith. 1692. Ref: Wills No 14, folio 530. Inv. & Accts. No 26, folio 115; Test. Pro. No 22, folio 37-446; Judgements No. 6, folio 628-635.

SMITH, Dorothy, widow, Calvert Co., 18th Aug., 1730; 13th Feb,., 1730-31*
To dau. Mary Sawell and sons Basill and Roger, personalty.
all child. residue of estate equally, except certain personalty to son Thomas Taney and
£42 to son John, on condition son John make over to son Basill "Letchworth," now in poss. of sd. son John.
Exs.: Sons John and Bazill.
Test: Patrick Owen, James Owen.

Codicil: 10th Nov., 1730.
To son John, £.3 additional for making over afsd. land to his bro. Basill;
to both sd. sons interest in crops, cattle, etc.
Test: Ann Clenten, Susana Lueus.
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Jacob B. Weaver
BIRTH
1721
Weaverland, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, USA
DEATH
1802 (aged 80–81)
Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, USA
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Gordonville Cemetery
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About 1744 the Mennonite farmer Jacob married Magdalena Groff Baer in Willow, Lancaster Co., PA. They had 5 children they named: Barbara, Magdalena, Jacob & John (twins) and Peter Weaver.

Magdalena was the daughter of the Rev. John Martin Baer (b.1686, d.1758) and Anna Elizabeth Groff (b.1691, d.1757). She was born during 1729 in Conestoga, Lancaster Co., PA and died in Lancaster County on 11 May 1793.

Email on 5 Jun 2012 from Denise Lahr, Find a Grave member ID #47356680.

After much research, I believe that these people were buried in the Weaver farm graveyard which was south of Rockvale Road and West of Strasburg Pike.

In the 1930's all marked graves were moved to Longenecker's Mennonite, but they are not among them. Therefore, I strongly suspect that their remains rest in their original location. I cannot find a single early transcription of that graveyard. 
Weaver, Jacob Baumann (I25472)
 
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Jacob D. Ream, aged 75 years, a retired stone mason, died yesterday morning at his home, 937 Franklin Street, Eighth Ward, where he had been ill for some time. He was a son of Daniel and Sarah Ream and was born in Somerset County in the fall of 1857. Jacob D. Ream's wife, Mrs. Mary Ann (Mishler) Ream, died May 29, 1931. The following children survive: Mrs. Mary Probst, 906 Franklin Street; Mrs. Oliver F. Doran, Saginaw, Mich.; Mrs. Clark Alter, 12 Irene Street; Mrs. R. G. Miller, 6 Bowerhill Road, Pittsburgh; Mrs. Van P. Stagg, 79 Ingram Avenue, Pittsburgh; Mrs. R. E. McCabe, and Sarah and William Ream, at home. A daughter, Mrs. Ida Heidorn, died September 21, 1932. Mr. Ream was a brother of Joseph Ream, 935 Franklin Street, and Mrs. George Horner, 900 Franklin Street. Seventeen grandchildren and four great-grandchildren also survive. Mr. Ream was a member of the Roxbury Church of the Brethren. The body is at the Picking Mortuary, Somerset Street, where funeral services will be conducted at 2:30 o'clock Wednesday afternoon, by the Rev. Tobias Henry, with burial in the Berkley Cemetery.
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New Years baby in Chanute in 1971.
He graduated from Kickapoo High School in Springfield, Greene, Missouri 1989. Graduated with Math honors.
Killed instantly in a motorcycle accident.
 
Ziller, Dewayne Bernard (I20838)
 
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Obituary--Gary Clement Casady:

Gary Elment Casady, 64, of Unionville, Mo, passed away at his home surrounded by his friends and family on Wednesday, January 27, 2010. Gary had been battling cancer. Gary Clement Casady was born in Unionville, Mo, on August 19,1945, the son of Darl and Revah (Munden) Casady who preceded him in death. He attended rural schools while growing up in his parent's store at Hartford and graduated from the Unionville High School in 1963. He then began a working career that saw him take on many jobs in many different places. Gary was jack-of-all trades who liked to roam the country and work at different locations. He traveled all fiffity states and was a farm hand, truck driver, stable hand at Prairie Meadows in Des Mones ana laborer. He also co-owned the Outback Motel with Debbie Smith at one time. Gary was a friendly fellow who liked to visit and chat with friends and family who often gathered to loaf at his garage. He was always known as a good worker. He liked to hunt and fish, watch and read western and joke and have a good time with others.

Gary was a member of the Hartford Baptist Church. Gary is survived by his long-time companion, Debbie Smith, of Unionville, Mo, and by his daughter Casandra Casady, also of Unionville. A step-daughter, Malinda Garr, of Unionville also survives. Two brothers survive, Leland Casady and wife Judy of Lee Summit, Mo, and Lester Casady and wife Julie of Holt Mo, as well as nieces and nephews: Michael Casady, Gregory Casady, JoAnne Smith, Ben Casady, Todd Casady, Travis Rhyne, and Tracy Boyle.

Funerl Services for Gary Casady were held at Playle and Jones Family Funeral Home in Unionville, Mo, on Sunday, January 31. Visitation was on Saturday, January 30. Pastor Rob Fleshman conducted the services with recorded musical selections "Daddy's Hands" "Just Give It Away", And "Go Rest igh on That Mountain". Casket bearers were Michael Casady, Ben Casady, Ethan Casady, Gregory Casady, Dalton Casady and Kirk Richardson. Honorary casket bearers were Donald Barr, Jerry Ledford, Robbie Allen, Jay Heir, Brian Worley, and Ronnie Cunningham. , interment as in the Hartford Cemetery, Memorials are suggestedto Hospice of Northeast Missouri and may be entrusted with Playle ans Jones Funeral Home, Unionville, Mo.
 
Casady, Gary Clement (I23659)
 
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Obituary--Samuel Parker Summers

After an illiness of several months duration, Samuel P. Summers died at his home north of town last Friday, February 10th, and was buried the next day. The funeral serves was held at the family home conducted by Mr. Rev. Collier. Deceased was born in Shelby County Ill. and born Dec. 17, 1847 ,being at the home 51 Yrs, 1 Month, 24 days of age. With his parents he came to Missouri in 1851, settling in Putnam County, and has since then been onof its best citizens. He was one of a family of eleven childrens, four of whom survive him. They are rs. Sarah Bradshaw, G.A. Summers, C.I. Summers and Mrs. Lousia Moore. February 5th, 1868 he was married to Surilda Bradshaw and to this union were born nine children, one of whom died in infancy. Mr. Summers united with the Christian Church in 1886 and was ordained in the ministry in 1893. He served three terms as justice of the peace in his township and in all respects conducted himself as a good citizen and a God fearing man. May he rest in peace.

Burial in Summers Homestead Cemetery.
 
Summers, Samuel Parks (I22415)
 
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Obituary: Thomas Burke Bowes:

Thomas B. Bowes, a resident of the Louisburg community for over 60 years died Sunday evening, December 23, 1945, at the family home 4 miles northeast of Louisburg where he had lived all but seven years of his life. Mr. Bowes was stricken two years ago by a heart ailment which ultimately caused his death.
The deceased, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence A Bowes, was born November 14, 1875, at Lancaster, Ohio, and moved with his parent, when only a child, to the farm near Louisburg on which he lived out his span of life. He made a home for his father and mother until their death then took over the home place and farmed it until his health failed.
On November 20, 1919, he was united in marriage to Miss Bertha Bendorf, of Wagstaff and to this union were born three children, Evelyn, wife of Anthony Tomacci, San Bruno, Calif., her twin brother, Thomas Franklin, who died at the age of one month, and Beulah May, wife of Christie A McCoy, also of San Bruno, California. Besides the two daughters and his widow, of the home, he leaves one grandson Charles Tomacci, of San Bruno. One brother Charles Bowes and a sister Elizabeth Wiseman, preceded him in death.
Tom Bowes was an honest, generous hearted and hard working man. He was active in community activities and a member of the Pony Creek School board for 28 years, serving as treasurer at the time of his death.
The funeral services were held Saturday afternoon, December 29, at 2:30 o'clock for the Runyan Chapel in Louisburg, with Rev. Lewis Grinn, pastor of the Louisburg Baptist Church officiating. Mrs. Ada Murray and Mrs. Para Carlin sang two hymns, "Ivory Palaces and "No Night There", with Miss Evelyn Perdue playing the accompaniment.
Pallbearers were Kenneth Benedict, Gloyd Moore, Charles Kelly,
E.V. Perdie, Scott Harper and Bryant Caldwell. Interment was in the Louisburg Cemetery.
Those from a distance who came for the last rites were the daughter, Mrs. McCoy and Mr. McCoy, for whom the services were delayed until their arrival from California; Gilbert Moore, York, Nebraska, Mr. and Mrs. Brice Bowers, Kansas City; Mr. and Mrs. Donald Witt and Robert Weaver, of Wagstaff, Mrs. Cora Holman and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wilson, of Paola.
 
Bowes, Thomas Burke (I13141)
 
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Obituary: David Verlyn Richardson

David V. Richardson, 82, of Parsons died at 4:50 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 27 2012, at Elmhaven West. He had been in failiing health.

He was born April 30, 1930, in St. Paul to Verlyn E. and Flossie M. (Morgan) Richardson. He grew up in St. Paul and attended St. Paul Public Schools.

At age 14 he started working on the Katy Railroad in Parsons and at the age 19 for the Ankortite Co., now Dayton Superior Corp. He retiredin 1992.

In 1950 he enlisted in th U.S. Navy and served two years. Later he was recalled to serve in the Korean War and was discharged in 1954.

David was an avid fisherman and in the 1960s helped organize the Parsons Pony Pulling Association. He loved to travel by car with his wife and to attend horse races in various places. He was a member of the Brown-Bishop Post No.704, Veterans of Foreign Wars. Family was his great priority and he enjoyed supporting his grandchildern's activities.

On August 17, 1950, he married Darlne Fleming in the First Methodist Church of Parsons. They observed their 62nd anniversary late August. She survives of the home.

Survivors include two daughters, Davida Landgraf and her husband, Chuck, of Fort Collins, Colo., and Dana Richardson of Prairie Village, Ks.; three grandchildern, Aaron Landgraf and Logan Landgraf of Fort Collins, Colo., Libby Humbles and her husband, Blake, of Alta Loma, Calif.; three sisters, Vera Aronhalt and husband, Leonard, Katie Moses and her husband, James, all of Parsons, and Audrey Tewell of Pittsburg, Ks.; and several nieces and nephews.

He was preceded in death by a brother, Bob Richardson; and a sister Helen Peckham.

The service will be at 11 a.m. Wednesday at Carson-Wall Funeral Home. Burial will be in Memorial Lawn Cemetery in Parsons with military honors given by the V.F.W.

The family will receive friends and family at the funeral home from 4 to 6 p.m. Tuesday.
 
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Orphaned as a baby - raised by brother
Fought in war under Galvez[SmithG.FTW]

Orphaned as a baby - raised by brother
Fought in war under Galvez 
Guilbeau, Jean (I11022)
 
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Pierre arrived and settled in Port Royal in 1668.
The Port Royal Census of 1671 states that Pierre Guillebaut, age 32 (Guilbaut - Guilbeau - Guilbeaux) and wife Catherine Terriau, age 20 (Terriot), had one female child (not named). They owned six cattle and five sheep.
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Pierre arrived and settled in Port Royal in 1668.
The Port Royal Census of 1671 states that Pierre Guillebaut, age 32 (Guilbaut - Guilbeau - Guilbeaux) and wife Catherine Terriau, age 20 (Terriot), had one female child (not named). They owned six cattle and five sheep. 
Guilbeau, Pierre (I11034)
 
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THE BORDER CHIEF--LOUISBURG KANSAS THURDAY JULY 15, 1880
DIED:
Hastings--On Sunday evening, July 10, very suddenly, Mr. Francis Hastings, aged 71 years. The funeral services were held at the M.E. church on Monday, conducted by Rev. J.P. Everett, after which his remains were conveyed to the Louisburg cemetery.
 
Hastings, Francis (I22277)
 
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There was a marriage of JOSEPH HALL to SARAH SMITH, the daughter of COL. JOHN and SARAH SMITH
Index No. 5 Marriages References, Hodges, Index, 1674-1851:
HALL Joseph m. Sarah Smith of Calvert Co 1734 dau of John Smith, Prince Georges Co. (Ref. Deeds Liber T folio 393: Upper Marlboro, Md)
HALL, Joseph m. Sarah Smith (1750). Remarks: Dau. of Col. Jno. & Sarah Smith of Calvert Co. (Calvert Co and Prince George Co. adjoin now - actually Prince George's Co was formed in 1696 from Calvert & Charles Cos.) (Have not verified this yet.) His Acct. - July 20, 1750. Ref. Adm. Accts. - Liber 28, folio 247. land Office - Annapolis. Will Pro. April 25, 1738. Wills Liber 21, folio 873.

When John Smith Sr. wrote his will Dorothy was pregnant with their only son, whom she later named Roger Smith, after her father.

Smith, John, gent., Calvert Co. (Maryland Archives Liber14, Folio 530)
7 Dec 1715
19 March 1717
To son Samuel, personalty.
Real estate to be divided among four sons viz.: James, John, Benjamin and
Basill. Should unborn child be a boy, the land to be equally divided between
five sons.
To daughter Mary, unborn child, sons-in-law Michael and Thomas Taney, and
daughter-in-law Dorothy Smith, personalty.
To wife Dorothy, extx., 1/2 personal estate.
Residue of estate to be divided among children, viz.: Elizabeth, Martha,
Anne, Eleanor, James, John, Benjamin, Basill, Mary and unborn child.
Test: Roger Brooke, John Rouse, George Lines.

**note- In codicil to above will, dated 21 Dec 1717, testator leaves certain
personalty to son Roger.
test to codicil: John Brooke, William Biddle.

[SmithG.FTW]

There was a marriage of JOSEPH HALL to SARAH SMITH, the daughter of COL. JOHN and SARAH SMITH
Index No. 5 Marriages References, Hodges, Index, 1674-1851:
HALL Joseph m. Sarah Smith of Calvert Co 1734 dau of John Smith, Prince Georges Co. (Ref. Deeds Liber T folio 393: Upper Marlboro, Md)
HALL, Joseph m. Sarah Smith (1750). Remarks: Dau. of Col. Jno. & Sarah Smith of Calvert Co. (Calvert Co and Prince George Co. adjoin now - actually Prince George's Co was formed in 1696 from Calvert & Charles Cos.) (Have not verified this yet.) His Acct. - July 20, 1750. Ref. Adm. Accts. - Liber 28, folio 247. land Office - Annapolis. Will Pro. April 25, 1738. Wills Liber 21, folio 873.

When John Smith Sr. wrote his will Dorothy was pregnant with their only son, whom she later named Roger Smith, after her father.

Smith, John, gent., Calvert Co. (Maryland Archives Liber14, Folio 530)
7 Dec 1715
19 March 1717
To son Samuel, personalty.
Real estate to be divided among four sons viz.: James, John, Benjamin and
Basill. Should unborn child be a boy, the land to be equally divided between
five sons.
To daughter Mary, unborn child, sons-in-law Michael and Thomas Taney, and
daughter-in-law Dorothy Smith, personalty.
To wife Dorothy, extx., 1/2 personal estate.
Residue of estate to be divided among children, viz.: Elizabeth, Martha,
Anne, Eleanor, James, John, Benjamin, Basill, Mary and unborn child.
Test: Roger Brooke, John Rouse, George Lines.

**note- In codicil to above will, dated 21 Dec 1717, testator leaves certain
personalty to son Roger.
test to codicil: John Brooke, William Biddle.
 
Smith, Col. John (I11043)
 
42 daughter of M.S. & S.I. Weaver, died July 6, 1877 - Aged 10 ms. 18ds. Weaver, Ida May (I77)
 
43 (Cancer) Morgan, David Ardell (I16691)
 
44 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F5284
 
45 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Martic, Ryan Jameson (I8281)
 
46 By I.G. Jahner, M. G. Family F151
 
47 New Tacoma Cemetery Mausoleum Bendorf, Wilbur Charles (I14446)
 
48 section A, range 76, grave 39A Sowders, William S. (I29329)
 
49 Source for birthdate-1900 census Clark, Margaret Helen (I28876)
 
50 Witnessed by brothers Joseph Aimé Vitter and Narcisse Jules Vitter, brothers of the groom, Auguste Tisserand, and distant cousin Philippe Tirole Family F1028
 
51 "Martin S. Weaver, farmer, Section 13, Township 16, Range 23, P. O. Hillsdale, was born in Holmes County, Ohio, April 13, 1841.

Was brought up a farmer, and moved to Kansas in 1871, and located on his present farm of 160 acres, in Marysville.

He was married, in Ohio, March 12, 1874, to Miss Isabel, daughter of Abner Maxwell. Mrs. Weaver was born in Ohio.

They have four children- Atla W., Abner M, Clavin D., and Ora F."

William G. Cutler's History of the State of Kansas, published in 1883 by A. T. Andreas, Chicago, IL., Miami County, part 17. 
Weaver, Martin Samuel (I70)
 
52 "P. C. EATON, merchant and Postmaster, dealer in general merchandise, established at this point in 1871.

He was born in Massachusetts, March 22, 1837. When three years of age he removed with his parents to Rensselaer County, NY where he resided until 1853.
He then removed to Illinois and engaged in farming.

He enlisted July 27, 1861 as a private of Company D, Ninth Regiment Missouri Volunteers and was transferred with his company to the Fifty-ninth Illinois Infantry. He was promoted to First Sergeant and served four years and six months and was discharged in January, 1866.

He came to Kansas in the spring of 1868 and located at Tontzville, Marysville Township. In 1871 he bought out A. C. Smith, a general merchant of Hillsdale and was appointed Postmaster in June, 1871.

He was married in Kansas, to Mrs. Louisa Thorp. Mrs. Eaton was born in Ohio. Her widowed mother and family were among the pioneers of Kansas of 1855. Mr. and Mrs. Eaton have one child living-Lottie. Mr. Eaton has a farm of 80 acres, situated in Marysville Township; also 11 acres adjoining town of which 5 acres are kept for a park."
William G. Cutler's History of the State of Kansas, published in 1883 by A. T. Andreas, Chicago, IL., Part 16, Old Marysville 
Eaton, Phineas Capin (I31269)
 
53 "P. C. EATON, merchant and Postmaster, dealer in general merchandise, established at this point in 1871. He was born in Massachusetts, March 22, 1837. When three years of age he removed with his parents to Rensselaer County, NY where he resided until 1853. He then removed to Illinois and engaged in farming. He enlisted July 27, 1861 as a private of Company D, Ninth Regiment Missouri Volunteers and was transferred with his company to the Fifty-ninth Illinois Infantry. He was promoted to First Sergeant and served four years and six months and was discharged in January, 1866. He came to Kansas in the spring of 1868 and located at Tontzville, Marysville Township. In 1871 he bought out A. C. Smith, a general merchant of Hillsdale and was appointed Postmaster in June, 1871. He was married in Kansas, to Mrs. Louisa Thorp. Mrs. Eaton was born in Ohio. Her widowed mother and family were among the pioneers of Kansas of 1855. Mr. and Mrs. Eaton have one child living-Lottie. Mr. Eaton has a farm of 80 acres, situated in Marysville Township; also 11 acres adjoining town of which 5 acres are kept for a park."
William G. Cutler's History of the State of Kansas, published in 1883 by A. T. Andreas, Chicago, IL., Part 16, Old Marysville 
Eaton, Phineas Capin (I31269)
 
54 "The First Hillsdale Elders - ... Phineas Capes Eaton was born in Massachusetts March 22, 1837. While still a child, he moved with his family to Rensselaer County, New York, where they resided until 1853 when they moved to Illinois. ...
September 1, 1869, he married Louisa Waggoner, a member of one of the pioneer families of Miami County. She was born in Lawrence County, Ohio in 1843. In 1848, after the death of her father Jacob, she came with her mother, Harriett, and sister, Sarah, to Pleasant Hill, Missouri, where she made her home until 1855, when she came to Miami Mission..."
The Hillsdale Presbyterian Church: It's History and it's People, 1873 - 1993, by Barbara Jo Young Miller, April 1994, page 17.
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Louisa Waggoner was married first to William Tharp, on June 22, 1862, in Lykins Co., Kansas (now Miami Co.)
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The Western Spirit, Paola, Miami Co., Kansas, Friday, August 29, 1924, page 1:

"The death of Mrs. Louisa Eaton, widow of the late P. C. Eaton, at her old home, in Hillsdale last week, takes from us a character whose light will never depart and whose excellence of mind and heart are stamped upon the memory of every survivor of Miami county's pioneers. Her charms came not from riches, but from the goodness of her heart. Her example must live forever because it is the reflection from a life brightened by Christian virtues.

When the village of Hillsdale was new, Mrs. Eaton came as a young bride, whose husband soon after the war, came from the East to cast his fortunes with the West. He had been a soldier and his fortune was his good record, and his small savings. Children came to bless their home and death came to take them, only one surviving, C. C. Eaton, who is to-day one of our honored and substantial citizens. "Lead Kindly Light" was the hymn that moved the soul of good Lou Eaton. Charity in her was neither dress nor jewels, but a quality of character that, like the sunshine, was a daily crown. The few old settlers of Miami county, living to-day, who knew Mrs. Eaton, will join sincerely in this appreciation of her earthly greatness. Nobility of action, sincerity in prayer, and industry were the striking traits of her make up. She will be missed and mourned because there is such a thing as lasting love for the noble dead.

Miss Wagoner was her maiden name, and the old Indian trading point of Miami Village, northeast of what is now Fontana, was the place of her girlhood days. There she became the wife of Phineas Capen Eaton, and they took up living in the town of Tontzville, then flourishing in Marysville township, this county. Soon they moved their little store to the railroad station of Columbia, now Hillsdale, and there she lived ever after – wife, mother, sister of tender mercies, and a moral guide, whose helping hand went out to everybody. From the age of fourteen until August 20th, 1924, a period of sixty-seven years, she was the light of home under her parent roof, the ministering angel around her own hearthstone, and the noble inspiration of the homes around. Sacred is the ground touched by her bare feet, and holy the example she set to the world." 
Waggoner, Louisa (I31270)
 
55 "The First Hillsdale Elders - ... Phineas Capes Eaton was born in Massachusetts March 22, 1837. While still a child, he moved with his family to Rensselaer County, New York, where they resided until 1853 when they moved to Illinois. ...
September 1, 1869, he married Louisa Waggoner, a member of one of the pioneer families of Miami County. She was born in Lawrence County, Ohio in 1843. In 1848, after the death of her father Jacob, she came with her mother, Harriett, and sister, Sarah, to Pleasant Hill, Missouri, where she made her home until 1855, when she came to Miami Mission..."
The Hillsdale Presbyterian Church: It's History and it's People, 1873 - 1993, by Barbara Jo Young Miller, April 1994, page 17.
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Louisa Waggoner was married first to William Tharp, on June 22, 1862, in Lykins Co., Kansas (now Miami Co.)
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The Western Spirit, Paola, Miami Co., Kansas, Friday, August 29, 1924, page 1:

"The death of Mrs. Louisa Eaton, widow of the late P. C. Eaton, at her old home, in Hillsdale last week, takes from us a character whose light will never depart and whose excellence of mind and heart are stamped upon the memory of every survivor of Miami county's pioneers. Her charms came not from riches, but from the goodness of her heart. Her example must live forever because it is the reflection from a life brightened by Christian virtues.

When the village of Hillsdale was new, Mrs. Eaton came as a young bride, whose husband soon after the war, came from the East to cast his fortunes with the West. He had been a soldier and his fortune was his good record, and his small savings. Children came to bless their home and death came to take them, only one surviving, C. C. Eaton, who is to-day one of our honored and substantial citizens. "Lead Kindly Light" was the hymn that moved the soul of good Lou Eaton. Charity in her was neither dress nor jewels, but a quality of character that, like the sunshine, was a daily crown. The few old settlers of Miami county, living to-day, who knew Mrs. Eaton, will join sincerely in this appreciation of her earthly greatness. Nobility of action, sincerity in prayer, and industry were the striking traits of her make up. She will be missed and mourned because there is such a thing as lasting love for the noble dead.

Miss Wagoner was her maiden name, and the old Indian trading point of Miami Village, northeast of what is now Fontana, was the place of her girlhood days. There she became the wife of Phineas Capen Eaton, and they took up living in the town of Tontzville, then flourishing in Marysville township, this county. Soon they moved their little store to the railroad station of Columbia, now Hillsdale, and there she lived ever after – wife, mother, sister of tender mercies, and a moral guide, whose helping hand went out to everybody. From the age of fourteen until August 20th, 1924, a period of sixty-seven years, she was the light of home under her parent roof, the ministering angel around her own hearthstone, and the noble inspiration of the homes around. Sacred is the ground touched by her bare feet, and holy the example she set to the world." 
Waggoner, Louisa (I31270)
 
56 ( Drowned ) Mitchell, Joyce Marie (I18027)
 
57 (2km from Anères) in family tomb Péré, Jean-Marie Dominique (I1087)
 
58 (Jean) Louis Artigues seems to be the father of both Jean and Joseph Artigues. Jean and Joseph are listed as brothers on the 1880 census, living at Jean's house in New Orleans at 495 St. Ann. Joseph's wedding certificate lists Louis Artigues and Marie Pugibet as his parents, which would make them the parents of Jean as well. Marie is listed as Jean's aunt on the 1880 census, but it is probably a mistake. Marie is probably Marie Pugibet and (by the above hypothesis) Jean's mother.

The notes of Jean Jacques Artigues and his daughter Blanch Artigues Johnson confirm that (Jean) Louis Artigues is the father of both Jean (John) and Joseph.

It is possible that Louis Artigues died around 1889, since Joseph's obituary in 1888 says "de la part de son mère et de son père," which would imply that his father was still alive, whereas Jean's obituary in 1890 says "In behalf of his widow, mother, and children." But if Marie was Marie Pugibet as we believe, they were not together, suggesting the Louis was dead by 1880.

Rosy Lagarde Leclerc later verified from the Salies-du-Salat records that Louis Artigues died 6 January 1878. The record was later verified online and downloaded by Jeff to be Louis Artigues, age 56 years old, son of Baptiste Artigues and Françoise Boué, and spouse of Marie Pugibet. It was witnessed by Louis's cousins Joseph Azéma, 51 years old, and Alphonse Géraud (sp?) 
Artigues, Jean Louis (I3311)
 
59 (Marie) Léocadie Péré dit Cabaille was born in Anères, the department of Hautes Pyrénées (65), France, close to Lannemezan. The village is on the Neste River and is nearby the town of St. Barthe de Neste anda St. Laurent-St. Paul (aka St. Laurent de Neste) where there is a railroad station and hotel. Also nearby is the city of Montréjau, where there is a marketplace and nearby chateau, and the town of Tuzaguet, site of the family tomb. The former mayor of Anères is Mr. Azum.

The childhood house of Léocadie Péré is on the main road, on the outskirts of the village, on the banks of the Neste River. You need to cross a bridge to get there; a grain mill used to be a short distance away. (From notes by John Ferran, May 1, 1981.)

Léocadie took daughters Martha Ferran St. Raymond and Rose Ferran and Martha's five children on a trip to France in Summer 1934. First they went to New York, where her son Dr. John Ferran was living. He showed them around town, including the Empire State Building, the Statue of Liberty, Fifth Avenue, and the Bronx Zoo. They took the Champlain (French Line) to France, landing at Le Havre. They visited the family home of Léocadie, where Léocadie had some business to take care of. (Her mother Rose Ricaud Péré had died not long before, as had Léocadie's husband Jean Ferran, so perhaps the trip was to take care of some inheritance matters, perhaps selling some property.) They also visited Bordeaux, Biarritz, Hendaya (Spain), Lourdes and Paris. Audrey St. Raymond, one of Martha's five children, remembered that one of their favorite spots in Paris was called Pam-Pam, where they served American food such as hot dogs and hamburgers. They returned on the liner Ile de France from Le Havre around August 8, 1934. 
Péré, Marie Léocadie (I1251)
 
60 (no marriage) Family F3048
 
61 (no marriage) Family F3052
 
62 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F3025
 
63 (See Notes) Uhlman, Robert M. (I28974)
 
64 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Wilson, Earl H. (I7651)
 
65 -8 Nov 1796 - Lee Co, VA - recommended for Captain of Militia of the Ninety Fourth Regiment
-25 Dec 1799 appointed Col of 94th Virginia Militia
-1800-1801 Virginia House of Delegates
-1801-1802 Virginia House of Delegates 
Fulkerson, Col. Peter (I31479)
 
66 004873 Wolff - Rebecca Ullendorff Wolff, A Devoted Wife And Loving Mother And Grandmother, Died On
Tuesday, March 28, 2000 Of Cancer At Her Home. She Was 57 Years Old And A Lifelong Resident Of
Metairie. She Is Survived By Her Loving Husband Edmond Wolff, Her Daughter Sandra Zimmermann, Her Son
David Wolff And Five Grandchildren: Jill, Kollin And Kory Zimmermann And Alexander And Nicholas Wolff.
She Is Also Survived By Her Mother-In-Law, Winifred Champagne Wolff And A Host Of Other Relatives And
Friends. Rebecca Was The Daughter Of The Late Florence White Smith And Jonas Ullendorff. Relatives And
Friends Of The Family Are Invited To Attend The Funeral Mass At Lake Lawn Metairie Funeral Home Chapel,
5100 Pontchartrain Blvd. On Saturday, April 1, 2000 At 11:30 Am. Interment Will Follow In Metairie
Cemetery. Visitation Will Be On Friday Evening March 31 From 6:00 Pm Until 9:00 Pm, And On Saturday
Morning From 9:30 Am Until Service Time.
********** 
Ullendorff, Rebecca Hilda (I28792)
 
67 01-2020 -- Death place looks like it is a combination of the place in Nigeria and France. Barthou, Grégoire (I16965)
 
68 Miller, Mary C. (I26627)
 
69 1 am Dubroca, Anne (I50510)
 
70 10 am Family F1421
 
71 10 am/10 am Family F3500
 
72 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Callahan, Thea Ainsley (I13416)
 
73 10 pm Artigues, Jean Marie (I8276)
 
74 10-year battle with cancer Weaver, Lester M. (I29698)
 
75 101 years old Rutt, Christian Rinsler (I48661)
 
76 102 years old at her death Randall, Julia Dell (I23356)
 
77 103 years of age Kauffman, John (I29934)
 
78 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F2952
 
79 104-105 years old at death McClellan, Anna Maria Compton (I50649)
 
80 105 years old Geer, George (I35170)
 
81 105-106 years old Shockey, Johann Abraham (I38530)
 
82 10520 W. 57th. Terrace Shawnee Kansas 66203 Phone: 913-262-4953 Phone: 913-262-4953 Hime, Olin Don (I13656)
 
83 10:15 am Weaver, Delbert Merton (I994)
 
84 10:15am Artigues, Jean Joseph (I3809)
 
85 10:30am Vitter, Joseph N. (I2075)
 
86 10am Barthet, François (I24230)
 
87 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Bartee, Irvin Andrew (I3732)
 
88 11:40pm Artigues, Marie Berthe (I14)
 
89 14 Tulip Hawthorne Cedar Vitter, Murray Joseph (I4901)
 
90 16633520 Weaver, Ora Franklin (I56)
 
91 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Weber, Hans Jörg (I42207)
 
92 1811 New Orleans City Directory
Cavelier & Sons, negocians, merchants, 12 Royal

Antoine Dauphin Cavelier was the first of the family to come to America. He was born in Bacque-ville, near Rouen in 1749. He arrived in Louisiana sometime before 1770 with his brother Jean Baptiste. Their parents probably did not accompany them. They are listed on his marrage certificate. He married Francoise, the youngest daughter of Joseph Carriere and Marguerite Trepagnier de Courtillas. The 1802 compiled service records of the New Orleans militia lists him as a man of "average capacity, good conduct, and supposed valor," and describe his health at age 53 as "broken down". His service record states "Antoine joined the ranks of the militia as a sub-lieutenant on 11 January 1770, became lieutenant on 27 October 1777, captian on 15 January 1779, and captian of the grenadiers 12 February 1792 and received his royal appointment 29 March 1796."
It is family tradition that the Caveliers were from the same family of Rene Robert de la Salle, the French explorer. la Salle was born in Rouen, very near the Cavelier birthplace, and his interest in the new world was nurtured by a family conection, his uncle, a "Cent Associes" , the wealthy and powerful men envolved with the developement of Canada for the King of France. LaSalle even had two of the young Cavelier cousins on his voyage on the Mississippi. While this is not verified, it is possible that the family of Antoine is the same, and that they, even after 100 years, sent their sons to settle and live in the new world of Louisiana.[SmithG.FTW]

1811 New Orleans City Directory
Cavelier & Sons, negocians, merchants, 12 Royal

Antoine Dauphin Cavelier was the first of the family to come to America. He was born in Bacque-ville, near Rouen in 1749. He arrived in Louisiana sometime before 1770 with his brother Jean Baptiste. Their parents probably did not accompany them. They are listed on his marrage certificate. He married Francoise, the youngest daughter of Joseph Carriere and Marguerite Trepagnier de Courtillas. The 1802 compiled service records of the New Orleans militia lists him as a man of "average capacity, good conduct, and supposed valor," and describe his health at age 53 as "broken down". His service record states "Antoine joined the ranks of the militia as a sub-lieutenant on 11 January 1770, became lieutenant on 27 October 1777, captian on 15 January 1779, and captian of the grenadiers 12 February 1792 and received his royal appointment 29 March 1796."
It is family tradition that the Caveliers were from the same family of Rene Robert de la Salle, the French explorer. la Salle was born in Rouen, very near the Cavelier birthplace, and his interest in the new world was nurtured by a family conection, his uncle, a "Cent Associes" , the wealthy and powerful men envolved with the developement of Canada for the King of France. LaSalle even had two of the young Cavelier cousins on his voyage on the Mississippi. While this is not verified, it is possible that the family of Antoine is the same, and that they, even after 100 years, sent their sons to settle and live in the new world of Louisiana. 
Cavelier, Antoine Dauphin (I11089)
 
93 1822 New Orleans City Directory
Cavelier, A & Z merchants, 57 Royal

1832 New Orleans City Directory
Cavelier, A & Z merchants, 169 Royal
Cavelier Antoine 25 Conde

1851 New Orleans City Directory
Cavelier, A. & Z, importers of French wines & com. mer. 169 Royal
Cavelier Antoine above firm 181 Royal

Antoine (in early recoeds called Cavelier jeune or petit) and his brother Zenon, were sucessfull merchants with a good reputation throught Louisiana. They ran a buismess selling art objects, antiques and fine china. The building they owned is at present day 631-35 Royal Street. The two story building was also known as "Patti's Court, in honor of opera star Adelina Patti stayed there during her visit to New Orleans in 1860. Antoine Dauphin Cavelier first bought the property in 1777 for 400 pesos Mexican currency, in partenership with Joseph Montegut. In 1818, the property was sold to a relative but in 1834 the property was inherated from the sucession of that relative. It stayed in the family for a long time after that. It was one of the few buildings to survive the Great Fire of 1794 - Govenor Carondelet wrote "We managed to stop the fire when it reached the bank of the parochial church and the buisness house of Don Antonio Cavelier, which was almost in front of the house where it started" (HNC documents). The building was probably built between 1788 and 1794, the two great fires of New Orleans.
Both brothers were members of the New Orleans military. Antoine jeune entered the New Orleans militia in late January, 1792, at age 19, became a sub-lieutenant 12 February 1792, and received his royal appointment 29 March 1796. His service record in 1802 describes him as "a man of robust health, as yet unmarried, of supposed valor, average application, enough capacity and good conduct."
His brother Zenon's service record was even more outstanding, serving as a colonel at the time of the War of 1812.
At the time of his death in 1850, this sucessful, well respected buisnessman, left an estate (which included properties of his deceased wife, Sophie, daughter of the govenor of Natchez) including the following properties: 959 acres on Bayou Tunica in West Feliciana, 30 arpents in Opelousas on Grand Louis Bayou, 2 arpents in St. Mary Parish, 1500 arpents on the left bank of the Mississippi in Missouri and Apple Island in the Pearl River near Natchez, in addition to his house on Royal St. According to his daughter-in-law, Tamelia, he was a stern, unyielding man who dominated his children.[SmithG.FTW]

1822 New Orleans City Directory
Cavelier, A & Z merchants, 57 Royal

1832 New Orleans City Directory
Cavelier, A & Z merchants, 169 Royal
Cavelier Antoine 25 Conde

1851 New Orleans City Directory
Cavelier, A. & Z, importers of French wines & com. mer. 169 Royal
Cavelier Antoine above firm 181 Royal

Antoine (in early recoeds called Cavelier jeune or petit) and his brother Zenon, were sucessfull merchants with a good reputation throught Louisiana. They ran a buismess selling art objects, antiques and fine china. The building they owned is at present day 631-35 Royal Street. The two story building was also known as "Patti's Court, in honor of opera star Adelina Patti stayed there during her visit to New Orleans in 1860. Antoine Dauphin Cavelier first bought the property in 1777 for 400 pesos Mexican currency, in partenership with Joseph Montegut. In 1818, the property was sold to a relative but in 1834 the property was inherated from the sucession of that relative. It stayed in the family for a long time after that. It was one of the few buildings to survive the Great Fire of 1794 - Govenor Carondelet wrote "We managed to stop the fire when it reached the bank of the parochial church and the buisness house of Don Antonio Cavelier, which was almost in front of the house where it started" (HNC documents). The building was probably built between 1788 and 1794, the two great fires of New Orleans.
Both brothers were members of the New Orleans military. Antoine jeune entered the New Orleans militia in late January, 1792, at age 19, became a sub-lieutenant 12 February 1792, and received his royal appointment 29 March 1796. His service record in 1802 describes him as "a man of robust health, as yet unmarried, of supposed valor, average application, enough capacity and good conduct."
His brother Zenon's service record was even more outstanding, serving as a colonel at the time of the War of 1812.
At the time of his death in 1850, this sucessful, well respected buisnessman, left an estate (which included properties of his deceased wife, Sophie, daughter of the govenor of Natchez) including the following properties: 959 acres on Bayou Tunica in West Feliciana, 30 arpents in Opelousas on Grand Louis Bayou, 2 arpents in St. Mary Parish, 1500 arpents on the left bank of the Mississippi in Missouri and Apple Island in the Pearl River near Natchez, in addition to his house on Royal St. According to his daughter-in-law, Tamelia, he was a stern, unyielding man who dominated his children. 
Cavelier, Antoine Joseph (I11085)
 
94 1827 is likely not birth year since it is too close to Barbara's birth Kauffman, Tobias M. (I25533)
 
95 1850, 1860, 1870 censuses show 1843 birthdate; attributed birthdates near 1851 would make her too young to marry in 1861. Constance McDonough, born in 1906 when she roughly 63 y.o., is likely not her biological daughter; she may have altered her birthdate as a cover Tinney, Martha Jane (I33971)
 
96 1860 in Ward 5, New Orleans, Orleans, Louisiana, USA; Residence Post Office: New Orleans Lanauze, Adolphe (I48829)
 
97 1875 Soards New Orleans Directory
Pg. 214
Carnuel, Alfred, painter, r. 178 Toulouse
______________________
Orleans Parish Deaths, Vol.69, Pg.767
Date record was made: 4 Sep 1877

Be it Remembered that on this day, to wit : the Fourth of September in the year of our Lord One Thousan Eight Hundre and Seventy Seven and the One Hundredth and Second of the Independence of the United States of America, before me, S. Choppin, M.D., President Board of Health and ex-official Recorder of Biths, Marriages and Deaths, in and for the Parish and City of New Orleans, personally appeared :

S.L. Rhoto, a native of the city residing on St. Louis between White & Broad Streets, in this city who hereby declares that :

Alfred Cornuel (White) a native of Paris, France, aged Forty Eight years "Departed this"Life, " yesterday, (September 3rd 1877.) at No. 178 Toulouse near Prieur Streets, in this city. Conjugal Condition. "Married. Occupation. "Painter. Cause of Death. "Malignant Thypo- Malarial Fever.

Certificate of Dr. E.A. Murphy

Thus Done at New Orleans, in the presence of the aforesaid W.L. Rhoto as also of Messrs. L.C. Hepburn & P/H. Lanarye both of this City, witnesses by me requested so to be, who have hereunto set their hands, together with me, after due reading of, the day, month and year first above written.

___________________
New Orleans Genesis; 1963; Vol-083; September 1877-March 1878. 1877 09 0011.pdf
From the New Orleans Bee, Tuesday Afternoon, 4 September 1877.
Front page, Top col.7

Decede hier, a trois houres de lapres de midi, a la age de quarate huit, Alfred Cornuel, natif de Paris, France. Les amis et connessensces de laf famille sont pries d'assister l'enterrement qui aura lieu adjournan mardi quatres heures de l'apre midi . Le corpes es expose au coin des rues Prier et Toulouse. De la parte de famille.

Died yesterday, at three o'clock in the afternoon, at the age of 48, ALFRED CORNUEL, native of Paris, France. The friends and acquaintances of the family are requested to assist the funeral which takes place today, tuesday, at four o'clock in the afternoon. The corpse may be viewed at the corner of Prier and Toulouse Streets.
-From his family-
 
Corneul, Alfred (I10110)
 
98 1879 came to Miami County Kansas. Fellers, John (I706)
 
99 1880 census lists her and her parents as being born in Switzerland Vitter, Louisa (I1104)
 
100 1880 census lists his daughter's father's birthplace as Hamburg; other info suggests Alsace-Lorraine Hofeline, George M. (I23)
 
101 1880 census lists his mother as being born in France Vitter, Victor (I31278)
 
102 1900 census Cummings, Eugene E. (I39449)
 
103 1900 census Sullivan, Mary (I39679)
 
104 1900 census gives year 1833 and gravestone lists 1834, but 1833 is more compatible with 1835 birth of sister Mary Jane Hastings in 1834 or 1835 Hastings, William M. (I12997)
 
105 1910 spelt canlahan and parents spelt coulohan Coulahan, Mary Rita (I39221)
 
106 1910 U.S. census, population schedule. NARA microfilm. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d. Source (S789)
 
107 1920 Census image appears to list her name as something like "Cora W." It's possible there were two Harry Vitters. Hearn, Augusta M. (I1265)
 
108 1920 US Federal Census
8403 Palmetto St., New Orleans
Bordes, Savain, age 61, born France
Josephine, age 55, LA
Emile L., 21, LA
Clara A., 17, LA
Noel A., 12, LA
Julia, 26, LA[SmithG.FTW]

[Riecke.FTW]

1920 US Federal Census
8403 Palmetto St., New Orleans
Bordes, Savain, age 61, born France
Josephine, age 55, LA
Emile L., 21, LA
Clara A., 17, LA
Noel A., 12, LA
Julia, 26, LA 
Bordes, Sabin (I10598)
 
109 1930 census lists Anna as 24 years old at her wedding Family F4989
 
110 1940 U.S. census, population schedule. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d. Source (S775)
 
111 1980 census lists him as John Henzenhanck, 82. Hentzelin, Jacques (I1107)
 
112 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Norton, Jr Wallace M. (I6637)
 
113 1:55 am Dureau, George Valentine (I9429)
 
114 1st. time Morse, David Allen (I20471)
 
115 2 Thistle Cedar Aloe Vitter, Druilhet Anthony (I2289)
 
116 2 Thistle Cedar Aloe Zimmerman, Virginia M. (I30699)
 
117 2 Violet Orange Rose Vitter, Sidney Alexander (I19)
 
118 2 Violet Orange Rose Heron, Florence H. (I30744)
 
119 2000 Krietemeier, Joyce Jean (I18417)
 
120 24 Palmetto Hawthorne Cedar Vitter, Arthur J. Jr. (I1918)
 
121 24 Palmetto Hawthorne Cedar Phillips, Harold (I1163)
 
122 24 Palmetto Hawthorne Cedar Baysinger, Clarence (I31319)
 
123 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Jenkins, Tatum Jane (I50974)
 
124 2nd cousins: maternal grandmother and paternal grandmother were sisters Family F451
 
125 3 pm Ferran, Marie (I1252)
 
126 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Grimes, David Nelson (I7845)
 
127 35 E, 22, 10 Perkins, Denise Colleen (I19865)
 
128 35 E, 22, 7 Dykes, James Arthur (I22851)
 
129 35 E, 22, 8 Randall, Julia Dell (I23356)
 
130 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Vitter, Dr. John Mark (I11)
 
131 3am Artigues, Ferréol (I4753)
 
132 3pm Dureau, Antoine Bernard Joseph (I28719)
 
133 3pm Family F3572
 
134 4 am Durau, Jeanne Jaquette (I12851)
 
135 4 miles south and 1/2 mil west of Overbrook, KS Supple, William Cornelius (I12418)
 
136 4 pm Pugibet, Jean (I9822)
 
137 4 pm McClaren, Maude Alma (I993)
 
138 4 pm Ferran, Jean (I1250)
 
139 45 Magnolia Aloe Orange Wolff, Peter Marcel Jr. (I28809)
 
140 45 Magnolia Aloe Orange Wolff, Pierre Marcel Henri Joseph Emanuel (I28793)
 
141 4:30 am Artigues, Albert John Jr. (I2318)
 
142 4:45 pm, infection from a gunshot wound several months earlier Artigues, Louis Jean (I3814)
 
143 4am Artigues, Jeanne Marie Germaine (I9828)
 
144 5 pm Soubiran (Subiran), Marie Josèphe (I4846)
 
145 5:45am Vitter, James Gerald (I4735)
 
146 5am Morère, Marie Bertrande (I12895)
 
147 5pm Ovale, Virginie (I1118)
 
148 5pm Family F3494
 
149 5th row from west, 13th grave from north Burge, Christina (I50647)
 
150 6 am Artigues, Marie Louise (I3331)
 
151 6 am Barthet, Jeanne (I12869)
 
152 6 am, recorded at 2pm by mayor Dominique Ricaud and witnesses Damien Noguès and Jean Pierre Jules Vignola Ricaud, Marie Rose (I1916)
 
153 6 pm Family F357
 
154 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Jenkins, Madison Margaret (I26168)
 
155 60 Palmetto Cedar Aloe De Leon, J A H (I50628)
 
156 60 Palmetto Cedar Aloe ?, Rebecca (I50629)
 
157 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F4808
 
158 6:30am Vitter, Marie Louise (I1786)
 
159 6:30pm Artigues, Héloïse (I10932)
 
160 6:30pm, Heartsease Park was the Artigues summer home Artigues, Ferréol Jean Marie (I1078)
 
161 6:40 am CST Vitter, Dr. Jeffrey Scott (I1785)
 
162 6:45pm Hime, Emanuel Elancelot Clark (I21939)
 
163 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Weaver, Bennet Eli (I50232)
 
164 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Vitter, Samuel Repass (I33734)
 
165 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Vitter, Frederick Wilke (I33735)
 
166 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Greene, Dillon Marie (I13018)
 
167 7 am Vitter, Lelia Hortense (I1095)
 
168 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Jenkins, Hudson Max (I13619)
 
169 7:05 am Vitter, Joseph Auguste (I1088)
 
170 7:10pm; recorded on 14 Sep 1882 at 10:40am Riviello, Anna Maria (I13831)
 
171 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Vitter, Margaret Louise (I1177)
 
172 7:47 pm Baessler, Irene Wyona (I9604)
 
173 7am Artigues, Jeanne Marie Germaine (I9828)
 
174 8 am Pugibet, Jeanne (I12892)
 
175 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Vitter, Archer Joseph (I34659)
 
176 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Martic, Georgia Louise (I12993)
 
177 8 pm Family F455
 
178 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Vitter, U. S. Senator David Bruce (I12)
 
179 8am Artigues, Rose (I9821)
 
180 8lb, 4 oz 19 inches Young, Margaret Jennings (I13622)
 
181 8pm Ziegler, Gertrud Elisabeth (I40765)
 
182 9 pm Dubroca, Claude (I50507)
 
183 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Voros, Alison Dillon (I1176)
 
184 9:45pm Artigues, Louis Moléon (I3301)
 
185 9am Family F535
 
186 9am, according to Times-Picayunen obituary Bohné, Herman Clément (I1298)
 
187 9am, from Alzheimers Riecke, Marion Helen (I10104)
 
188 9pm Artigues, Pierre (I9825)
 
189 Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers. The National Archives at Washington, D.C.

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Source (S1233)
 
190 Marriage Records. Kentucky Marriages. Madison County Courthouse, Richmond, Kentucky. Source (S831)
 
191 Switzerland, Baptisms, 1491-1940. Salt Lake City, Utah: FamilySearch, 2013. Source (S838)
 
192 Texas, County Marriage Index, 1837-1977. Salt Lake City, Utah: FamilySearch, 2013. Source (S967)
 
193 Virginia, Marriages, 1785-1940. Salt Lake City, Utah: FamilySearch, 2013. Source (S1064)
 
194 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F4821
 
195 A civil act of August 7, 1886 officially set Bernard's name as Bernard St. Raymond, to agree with his marraige certificate. His birth certificate used the name Bernard Ramond dit Joffre. St. Raymond, Bernard (I9576)
 
196 a été reconnu après mariage Faivre, Charles François (I38641)
 
197 A Magdaleine Dubroca was his May 14,1826 baptismal sponsor with Francois Allain. Dubroca, John (I7952)
 
198 A Marie Louise Vitter wed an Auguste Isidor Bouton on 7/31/1901. It could be either Joseph Auguste Vitter's daughter or Joseph Aimé Vitter's daughter. I (Jeff Vitter) hypothesize that it is the former.

It is unknown if Auguste Isidor Bouton is the son of Marie Louise Vitter and Auguste Bouton. 
Vitter, Marie Louise (I2345)
 
199 A Marie Louise Vitter wed Auguste Isidor Bouton on 7/31/1901. I (Jeff Vitter) am assuming that it is instead her second cousin once removed, one of the daughters by that name of Joseph Auguste Vitter.

It is unknown if Auguste Isidor Bouton is the son of Marie Louise Vitter (Joseph Auguste Vitter's sister) and Auguste Bouton. 
Vitter, Marie Louise (I2392)
 
200 A sa O - BRANCHE des BOURBON - LOUIS XIII - 1610/1643 - Fs d'ANTOINE de BOURBON - Bonnot, Nicolas (Aïeul Anarchiste) (I38417)
 
201 A. Thomas Delery
MARCH 1, 1926 – JULY 31, 2014

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A. Thomas Delery, 88, died peacefully July 31 after a lengthy illness. A native of New Orleans, Mr. Delery spent most of his life in Baton Rouge. Mr. Delery grew up in St. Bernard parish and was a boarder of St. Paul’s Academy in Covington. A Navy veteran, Mr. Delery served 1944-1946 in the Pacific Theater of WWII on the battleship New Jersey. In post-war New Orleans, he met and married his wife of 63 years, Dorothy, who had worked for the Higgins boat building firm. Mr. Delery had an extensive career in retailing/merchandising with Rosenfield's, Lerner's, Goudchaux's, and Wilson's/ Service Merchandise, where he served as store manager and later as buyer for the organization's dozens of stores. He was the founder of Delery's Modern Woman stores. He later formed Discoveries, an independent representative organization that served several southern states. He was a devout Catholic, a 4th degree member of the Knights of Columbus and member of Kiwanis. Mr. Delery is survived by his sister Noel Delery Stuart of La Jolla, two sons, Thomas Jr. of Seattle, WA; Richard (Marylou) of Laguna Nigel, CA; two daughters, Noel Delery and Barbara Baricev (Michael) of Mandeville; seven grandchildren, two step-grandchildren and three step-great grandchildren. He is preceded in death by wife Dorothy, son Denis, parents Louis John and Noel Livaudais Delery and his siblings Oliver S. Delery, Louis J. Delery, Jr., Elaine Delery Guillory, Edward J. Delery and Richard Delery. Family and friends are invited to a visitation 1:30-3:30 p.m. Monday Aug. 4, 2014 at MARY QUEEN OF PEACE, 1501 W. Causeway Approach, Mandeville. A Mass of Christian Burial will follow at 3:30 p.m. A private burial will take place at a later date. To view and sign the family guestbook, please visit www.lakelawnmetairie.com. 
Delery, Albert Thomas Joseph (I26201)
 
202 ABBR Colonial Mobile, Peter HamiltonREFN 27DATE 23 FEB 1999 Source (S54)
 
203 ABBR Irene Dubroca, InterviewREFN 38DATE 24 JUL 1997 Source (S116)
 
204 ABBR Joseph Broux, Baptismal RecordREFN 12DATE 19 MAY 1997 Source (S126)
 
205 ABBR Joseph Chastang, Probate FileREFN 49DATE 30 MAY 1997 Source (S127)
 
206 ABBR Love's Legacy, VidrineREFN 25DATE 15 MAR 1999 Source (S163)
 
207 ABBR Nordmann, Free NegroesREFN 25DATE 21 MAY 1997 Source (S207)
 
208 ABBR Old Families of Louisiana, S. Arthur & G. KernionREFN 27DATE 8 JUL 1998 Source (S214)
 
209 ABBR Theodore Dubroca, Baptismal RecordREFN 12DATE 20 MAY 1997 Source (S282)
 
210 ABBR Virginia Dubroca, Baptismal RecordREFN 12DATE 20 MAY 1997 Source (S306)
 
211 Abraham and family immigrated to Elkhart Co., Indiana in 1861 and then in 1875 to Miami Co., Kansas with the exception of Mahala who had married and remained in Indiana.

In will records at the Miami County Courthouse, Paola, Kansas showed taxes paid on the following property in Ten Mile Township, Miami County, Kansas:
E 1/2 SW 8-16-24, E 1/2 SW 17-16-24, and S 1/2 10-17-24. The first two listed are currently owned by Lloyd Milton Barkis, a grandson of Martin S. Weaver, first settler. 
Weaver, Abraham (I289)
 
212 Abraham enlisted in Co. A, 102 nd Ohio Infantry.

In 1870 Abraham and Anna came to Miami County, Kansas.

They didn't have any children, but reared Della S. (1869- 1960). She became Mrs. R.R. Crawford. She is buried in Wagstaff Cemetery. 
Downs, Anna (I336)
 
213 Abraham enlisted in Co. A, 102 nd Ohio Infantry.

In 1870 Abraham and Anna came to Miami County, Kansas.

They didn't have any children, but reared Della S. (1869- 1960). She became Mrs. R.R. Crawford. She is buried in Wagstaff Cemetery. 
Rohrer, Abraham (I325)
 
214 Abraham was an armourer of the King. He arrived in Port Royal in 1640. And was a lieutenant general of Acadia.[SmithG.FTW]

Abraham was an armourer of the King. He arrived in Port Royal in 1640. And was a lieutenant general of Acadia. 
Dugas, Abraham (I11133)
 
215 Acadian-Cajun CD Database #593085[SmithG.FTW]

Acadian-Cajun CD Database #593085 
Bernard, Marguerite Azelia (I11021)
 
216 accidentally burned 2 Nov 1900 in her own kitchen, witnessed by her husband Jesse Snyder, Amanda M. (I25039)
 
217 According to A. L. Vitter, Jr.]s notes of 7/13/1982, Sidney got married but had no children. Vitter, Sidney Alexander (I19)
 
218 According to Corpus Christi Church records John was 45 years, 10 months, 6 days old at the time of his death. Loechle, John M (I39644)
 
219 According to Ezra Eby, Anna was born Nov 9, 1776. The Wanner-Messer (sic) Bible gives Anna's birthdate as Nov 19, 1776. Her gravestone gives the date as Nov 19, 1776. Wanner, Anna (I30450)
 
220 According to genealogy put together by Jean Jacques Artigues and his daughter Blanche Artigues Johnson, Joseph Artigues met his wife Lorilla Marteaux on the boat coming to the U.S.[Artigues Family Tree X.FTW]. We are assuming that Joseph Artigues is the same person as Jean Joseph Artigues, whose birth record was found in the Salies du Salat records. Supporting evidence includes the birthdate from Jean Jacques Artigues's records (see below) and the birth record of daughter Heloise on April 29, 1858, which lists the father as Jean Joseph Artigues and mother as Francoise Marteau.

The birthday of Joseph was originally listed as January 1824, but Jeff found in the Salies du Salat records (Family History Library film 2127801) that there was a Jean Joseph Artigues born on February 8, 1824 to parents Baptiste Artigues and Francoise Boue. His mother was originally listed as Marie Boue, but we are supposing that this person is the same as Francoise. It's possible Joseph and Jean Joseph are two different people.

Witnesses at the birth were Alexandre Bartet (43 years old) and Germain Mourlan (55 year old), both of Salies du Salat. 
Artigues, Jean Joseph (I3809)
 
221 According to information received from Linda Reno, St. Mary's Co., MD there was a marriage between Benjamin Aloysius and Elizabeth Ann Hardy 5/16/1795 in Frederick Co., MD.[SmithG.FTW]

According to information received from Linda Reno, St. Mary's Co., MD there was a marriage between Benjamin Aloysius and Elizabeth Ann Hardy 5/16/1795 in Frederick Co., MD. 
Family F3983
 
222 According to Mary Ann Tomacci Ryle, her maternal grandfather Pancrazio "Benny" Calamello is the stepbrother of her paternal grandfather Antonio "Tony" Tomacci. We are still figuring out the connection. Calamello, Pancrazio (I48157)
 
223 According to Mary Ann Tomacci Ryle, her maternal grandfather Pancrazio "Benny" Calamello is the stepbrother of her paternal grandfather Antonio "Tony" Tomacci. We are still figuring out the connection. Tomacci, Antonio (I33907)
 
224 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Maylie, Willie (I28165)
 
225 According to the Port of New Orleans records at the N.O. Public Library, U. Vitter arrived at age 36 on the vessel Cachelot in New Orleans on 1/17/1849. She was traveling alone; her previous residence was Bavaria, Germany. See N.O. 164, p. 5. Vitter, U. (I1133)
 
226 According to the SS Death Index, there is a Matthew Heindel (III?) born on 21 Apr 1909 who died in November 1971. Heindel, Matthew Jr. (I3419)
 
227 According to the U.S. Department of State, Passengers Who Arrived in the U.S. Sept 1821-Dec 1823, Transcripts made by the State Department, Baltimore, Magna Carta Book Company, 1969:
John Vitter arrived in NYC in 1823. 
Vitter, John (I1140)
 
228 According to the U.S. Department of State, Passengers Who Arrived in the U.S. Sept 1821-Dec 1823, Transcripts made by the State Department, Baltimore, Magna Carta Book Company, 1969:
T. C. Vitter was aged 45 when he arrived alone in Baltimore on 10/1/1823. See Balt 165, p. 4. 
Vitter, T. C. (I1134)
 
229 Actual date of marriage is unknown - after 1918 and before 1930 Family F5335
 
230 Ada and Fulton Dickson did not have children of their own. He had children from an earlier marriage.

Ada's second marriage was to Edward Selzer. The didn't have children. Edward had sons and daughters from fromer marriage.

Edward was chosen as minister at Spring Valley Church on June 2, 1935. He was released as assistant Pastor February 1, 1960. He served for 25 years.

Ada raised a big garden every year with lots of flowers.

Both Edward and Ada died at the Showalter Villa, Hesston, Kansas where they made their home after retirement.

Ada is buried by Fulton Dickson Ring, her first husband, and Edward is buried by his first wife, in the Spring Valley Cemetery, S.E. of Canton. 
Ring, Fulton Dickson (I1065)
 
231 Ada and Fulton Dickson did not have children of their own. He had children from an earlier marriage.

Ada's second marriage was to Edward Selzer. The didn't have children. Edward had sons and daughters from fromer marriage.

Edward was chosen as minister at Spring Valley Church on June 2, 1935. He was released as assistant Pastor February 1, 1960. He served for 25 years.

Ada raised a big garden every year with lots of flowers.

Both Edward and Ada died at the Showalter Villa, Hesston, Kansas where they made their home after retirement.

Ada is buried by Fulton Dickson Ring, her first husband, and Edward is buried by his first wife, in the Spring Valley Cemetery, S.E. of Canton. 
Selzer, Edward (I1067)
 
232 Ada and Fulton Dickson did not have children of their own. He had children from an earlier marriage.

Ada's second marriage was to Edward Selzer. The didn't have children. Edward had sons and daughters from fromer marriage.

Edward was chosen as minister at Spring Valley Church on June 2, 1935. He was released as assistant Pastor February 1, 1960. He served for 25 years.

Ada raised a big garden every year with lots of flowers.

Both Edward and Ada died at the Showalter Villa, Hesston, Kansas where they made their home after retirement.

Ada is buried by Fulton Dickson Ring, her first husband, and Edward is buried by his first wife, in the Spring Valley Cemetery, S.E. of Canton. 
Weaver, Ada Alice (I841)
 
233 Ada spelled her maiden name Shrock. Her father Henry went by Schrock and Shrock, and further ancestors used the name Schrock. When the family emigrated from Europe, the spelling was some form of Schrag, Schraag, Schneck, Schreck, Schrock, etc.

Husband Christian Miller and wife Ada Schrock were second cousins, once removed in the Weaver family. Christian's maternal great great grandparents Samuel J. and Elizabeth N. (Keim) Weaver were Ada's maternal great grandparents. 
Shrock, Ada H. (I27716)
 
234 Address: 103 Aberdeen Ct, Carrboro, North Carolina 27510-1217, USA Reussner, Marguerite Elisabeth (I37909)
 
235 Address: 103 Bruton Dr, Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27516-9222, USA Reussner, Marguerite Elisabeth (I37909)
 
236 Address: 10350 Avenue C, Chicago, Cook, Illinois Richter, George J. (I40414)
 
237 Address: 11032 Patterson Ave., Newport, Campbell Co, Ky. Ritzi, Maria Anna (I39269)
 
238 Address: 1750 Washington, Denver, CO (with mother) Cummings, Marguerite Gertrude (I39074)
 
239 Address: 2025 Ivanhoe St., Denver, Denver, CO Cummings, William I. (I39304)
 
240 Address: 2062 Lawrence, Denver, CO Cummings, Eugene E. (I39449)
 
241 Address: 2062 Lawrence, Denver, CO (head of hsehld) Sullivan, Mary (I39679)
 
242 Address: 2521 Arapahoe, Denver, Arapahoe, CO Sullivan, Mary (I39679)
 
243 Address: 2525 Curtis, Denver, Arapahoe, CO Sullivan, Mary (I39679)
 
244 Address: 3733 Clay, Denver, CO Cummings, Marguerite Gertrude (I39074)
 
245 Address: 3925 Jason, Denver, CO Cummings, Marguerite Gertrude (I39074)
 
246 Address: 4326 Kamerling Richter, Arthur Herman (I40193)
 
247 Address: 4326 Kamerling Ave Schreiber, Margaret Grace (I40050)
 
248 Address: 447 Grant Avenue, Denver, CO Cummings, Marguerite Gertrude (I39074)
 
249 Address: 518 Macon St., Canon City, Fremont, CO Hemmerle, Wilhelm (I41311)
 
250 Address: 524 Macon Ave., Canon City, Fremont, CO Hemmerle, Thula Amelia (I41163)
 
251 Address: 604 Rudd Ave., Canon City, Fremont, CO Hemmerle, Andreas (I40942)
 
252 Address: 7 McNasser Ave., Denver, Co(if this is the right Eugene Cummings) Cummings, Eugene E. (I39449)
 
253 Address: 731 Harrison Ave., Canon City, CO Dick, James Everett (I41191)
 
254 Address: Age: 1Age: 1 4/12; Marital Status: Single; Relation to Head of House: Son, Cranberry, Avery, North Carolina, USA McGee, Reuben Oscar (I39635)
 
255 Address: Age: 23Marital Status: Single; Relation to Head of House: Daughter, Lockport, Niagara, New York, United States Wick, Genevieve (I39406)
 
256 Address: Age: 2Marital Status: Single; Relation to Head of House: Son, Amherst, Erie, New York, USA Wick, Henry J. (I38706)
 
257 Address: Age: 36Census Post Office: 613 E 9th St, New York Ward 11 District 22 (2nd Enum), New York, New York, United States Vogel, Sophia (I38478)
 
258 Address: Age: 43Census Post Office: Williamsville, Amherst, Erie, New York, United States Wick, Gregorius (I42137)
 
259 Address: Age: 45Marital Status: Married; Relation to Head of House: Wife, Amherst, Erie, New York, USA Vogel, Sophia (I38478)
 
260 Address: Age: 52Marital Status: Married; Relation to Head of House: Self, Amherst, Erie, New York, USA Wick, Gregorius (I42137)
 
261 Address: Age: 62Marital Status: Married; Relation to Head of House: Head, Lockport, Niagara, New York, United States Wick, Henry J. (I38706)
 
262 Address: Age: 65, Lockport Town, Niagara, New York Wick, Gregorius (I42137)
 
263 Address: Age: 65Marital Status: Married; Relation to Head of House: Wife, Lockport, Niagara, New York, USA Vogel, Sophia (I38478)
 
264 Address: Age: 6Marital Status: Single; Relation to Head of House: Daughter, Amherst, Erie, New York, USA Wick, Anna (I39229)
 
265 Address: Age: 73Marital Status: Married; Relation to Head of House: Head, Lockport, Niagara, New York, USA Wick, Gregorius (I42137)
 
266 Address: Akron, Summit, Ohio, United States Shockey, Herschel Ray (I38672)
 
267 Address: Allegany, New York, USA Schneble, Felix Covill (I41092)
 
268 Address: Amherst, Erie, New York, United States Wick, Jacob James (I38854)
 
269 Address: Amherst, Erie, New York, United States Wick, Jacob James (I38854)
 
270 Address: Assistant teacher, Burgweiler, Sigmaringen, Baden-Württemberg, Germany Jaeckle, Theodor (I41123)
 
271 Address: Beaver Creek, Greene, Ohio, United States Wolf, Clara (I39384)
 
272 Address: Berndorf, Daun, Rhein, Prussia, Germany Klopfer, Karl (I40267)
 
273 Address: Berndorf, Rheinland, Preussen Fahr + Max Lehmann, Louise (I40978)
 
274 Address: Berndorf, Rheinland, Preussen Auer, Anna Maria (I41797)
 
275 Address: Berndorf, Rheinland, Preussen Fahr, Friderica (I40836)
 
276 Address: Berndorf, Rheinland, Preussen Hüg, Maria Anna (I41422)
 
277 Address: Berndorf, Rheinland, Preussen Auer, Aloisius (I41428)
 
278 Address: Berndorf, Rheinland, Preussen Fahr, Gertrud Maria (I42066)
 
279 Address: Berndorf, Rheinland, Preussen Ruh, Elisabetha (I42271)
 
280 Address: Berndorf, Rheinland, Preussen Fahr, Lina (I41202)
 
281 Address: Berndorf, Rheinland, Preussen Fahr, Pius (I42210)
 
282 Address: Berndorf, Rheinland, Preussen Brachert, Mathias (I40749)
 
283 Address: Berndorf, Rheinland, Preussen/Gottmadingen, Konstanz, Baden Fahr, Karl (I37746)
 
284 Address: Bietingen (a. Konstanz), Baden, Germany Wider, Wilhelmina (I40590)
 
285 Address: Bietingen (a. Konstanz), Baden, Germany Wider, Konstantin (I17119)
 
286 Address: Bietingen (A. Konstanz), Baden, Germany Jetschmanek, Elisabeth (I40865)
 
287 Address: Bietingen (A. Konstanz), Baden, Germany Schildknecht, Leopold (I41509)
 
288 Address: Bietingen (a. Konstanz), Baden, Germany Wider, Sabina (I17112)
 
289 Address: Bietingen (A. Konstanz), Baden, Germany Schildknecht, Joseph (I41363)
 
290 Address: Bietingen (A. Konstanz), Baden, Germany/Bietingen (A. Konstanz), Baden, Germany Bilger, Mechtilde (I38228)
 
291 Address: Bietingen (A. Konstanz), Baden, Germany/Bietingen (A. Konstanz), Baden, Germany Schildknecht, Leander (I40850)
 
292 Address: Binningen, Baden, Germany Wittmer, Josephus (I38315)
 
293 Address: Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, USA Jaekle, Theodore (I41496)
 
294 Address: Brooklyn, Ward 13, E.D. 14, Kings, New York Schneble, Isabelle (I39857)
 
295 Address: Brooklyn, Ward 13, E.D. 14, Kings, New York/Brooklyn, Ward 13, E.D. 14, Kings, New York Schneble, Felix H. (I39817)
 
296 Address: Brunswick, Brunswick Township, Medina, Ohio, United States Zimmermann, Hugh Alan (I39641)
 
297 Address: Brunswick, Brunswick Township, Medina, Ohio, United States Zimmermann, Carl (I39266)
 
298 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Zimmerman, Elbridge (I39784)
 
299 Address: Brunswick, Brunswick Township, Medina, Ohio, United States Lytle, Josephine Sperry (I39412)
 
300 Address: Brunswick, Medina, Ohio Zimmermann, Carl (I39266)
 
301 Address: Brunswick, Medina, Ohio Zimmermann, Carl (I39266)
 
302 Address: Brunswick, Medina, Ohio Zimmermann, Carl (I39266)
 
303 Address: Brunswick, Medina, Ohio Zimmermann, Carl (I39266)
 
304 Address: Brunswick, Medina, Ohio Lytle, Josephine Sperry (I39412)
 
305 Address: Brunswick, Medina, Ohio Lytle, Josephine Sperry (I39412)
 
306 Address: Brunswick, Medina, Ohio Lytle, Josephine Sperry (I39412)
 
307 Address: Brunswick, Medina, Ohio Lytle, Josephine Sperry (I39412)
 
308 Address: Brunswick, Medina, Ohio, United States Zimmermann, Hugh Alan (I39641)
 
309 Address: Brunswick, Medina, Ohio, United States Zimmermann, Carl (I39266)
 
310 Address: Brunswick, Medina, Ohio, United States Zimmermann, Carl (I39266)
 
311 Address: Brunswick, Medina, Ohio, United States Zimmermann, Carl (I39266)
 
312 Address: Brunswick, Medina, Ohio, United States Lytle, Josephine Sperry (I39412)
 
313 Address: Brunswick, Medina, Ohio, United States Lytle, Josephine Sperry (I39412)
 
314 Address: Brunswick, Medina, Ohio, United States Lytle, Josephine Sperry (I39412)
 
315 Address: Buffalo Ward 20, A.D. 06, E.D. 23, Erie, New York, United States Jacques, Norma L (I40985)
 
316 Address: Büßlingen, Baden, Germany Lauber, Maria (I39396)
 
317 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Kueth, Maria (I37980)
 
318 Address: Büßlingen, Baden, Germany Ritzi, Michael (I40272)
 
319 Address: Büßlingen, Baden, Germany Schuhwerk, Clemens (I39482)
 
320 Address: Büßlingen, Baden, Germany Ritzi, Antonius (I39005)
 
321 Address: Büßlingen, Baden, Germany Lauber, Maria Anna (I39995)
 
322 Address: Büßlingen, Baden, Germany Lauber, Theodor (I40359)
 
323 Address: Büßlingen, Baden, Germany Lauber, Theresia (I39250)
 
324 Address: Büßlingen, Baden, Germany Lauber, Mathaeus (I41514)
 
325 Address: Büßlingen, Baden, Germany Dudli, Josephus (I39808)
 
326 Address: Büßlingen, Baden, Germany Kueth, Elisabeth (I41884)
 
327 Address: Büßlingen, Baden, Germany Ritzi, Anna Maria (I39530)
 
328 Address: Büßlingen, Baden, Germany Ritzi, Martin (I39917)
 
329 Address: Büßlingen, Baden, Germany Ritzi, Elisabetha (I41430)
 
330 Address: Büßlingen, Baden, Germany Loechle, Blasius (I39497)
 
331 Address: Büßlingen, Baden, Germany Ritzi Ricci, Andreas (I40641)
 
332 Address: Büßlingen, Baden, Germany/Büßlingen, Baden, Germany Dutle, Johann Georg (I39141)
 
333 Address: Büßlingen, Baden, Germany/Büßlingen, Baden, Germany Lauber, Martinus (I41738)
 
334 Address: Büßlingen, Baden, Germany/Büßlingen, Baden, Germany Schneider, Judith (I38912)
 
335 Address: Cambria, San Luis Obispo, CA Dick, James Everett (I41191)
 
336 Address: Camp Branch, Cass, Missouri, United States Kirk, Susan (I39812)
 
337 Address: Canon City, Fremont, CO, with parents Hemmerle, Andreas (I40942)
 
338 Address: Canon City, Fremont, Colorado, United States Hemmerle, Sophia Agnes (I39140)
 
339 Address: Chemin de Pouillerel 11/2300 La Chaux-de-Fonds/Switzerland Reussner, Marguerite Elisabeth (I37909)
 
340 Address: Chicago (Districts 1001-1250), Cook, Illinois, United States Schreiber, Margaret Grace (I40050)
 
341 Address: Chicago (Districts 1001-1250), Cook, Illinois, United States Richter, Arthur Herman (I40193)
 
342 Address: Chicago, Cook, Illinois Schreiber, Margaret Grace (I40050)
 
343 Address: Chicago, Cook, Illinois Richter, Arthur Herman (I40193)
 
344 Address: Clifton, Campbell, Kentucky, USA Loechle, John Mathias (I39114)
 
345 Address: Coitsville Township, Mahoning, Ohio, United States Brownlee, Edith May (I38719)
 
346 Address: Coitsville Township, Mahoning, Ohio, United States Brownlee, Edith May (I38719)
 
347 Address: Coitsville, Mahoning, Ohio, United States/Coitsville, Mahoning, Ohio, United States Madge, Sarah (Sadie) (I38570)
 
348 Address: Cranberry, Avery, North Carolina, USA McGee, Reuben Oscar (I39635)
 
349 Address: Cranston, Providence, Rhode Island, United States Schneider, Anna Albertina (I42144)
 
350 Address: Dayton Twp, Montgomery, Ohio, United States Daggett, Ida Elizabeth (I39237)
 
351 Address: Dayton Twp, Montgomery, Ohio, United States Daggett, Ida Elizabeth (I39237)
 
352 Address: Dayton Twp, Montgomery, Ohio, United States Sharp, James H (I38862)
 
353 Address: Dayton Twp, Montgomery, Ohio, United States Sharp, James H (I38862)
 
354 Address: Dayton Twp, Montgomery, Ohio, United States Sharp, James H (I39007)
 
355 Address: Dayton Twp, Montgomery, Ohio, United States Lauber, Viktoria (I42250)
 
356 Address: Dayton Twp, Montgomery, Ohio, United States Deuer, Emma V (I40129)
 
357 Address: Dayton Twp, Montgomery, Ohio, United States/Dayton Twp, Montgomery, Ohio, United States Deuer, Charles J. (I38633)
 
358 Address: Dayton Ward 10, Montgomery, Ohio, United States Deuer, Emma V (I40129)
 
359 Address: Dayton Ward 5, Montgomery, Ohio, United States Deuer, Emma V (I40129)
 
360 Address: Dayton Ward 8, Montgomery, Ohio, United States Deuer, Ignatz (I39986)
 
361 Address: Dayton Ward 8, Montgomery, Ohio, United States Lauber, Viktoria (I42250)
 
362 Address: Dayton Ward 8, Montgomery, Ohio, United States/Dayton Ward 8, Montgomery, Ohio, United States Deuer, Charles J. (I38633)
 
363 Address: District 1 Providence city Ward 8, Providence, Rhode Island, United States Schneider, Anna Albertina (I42144)
 
364 Address: E. Main St., Canon City, Fremont, CO Hemmerle, Andreas (I40942)
 
365 Address: ED 164 Center Township, Precinct 6 Indianapolis city Ward 13, Marion, Indiana, United States/ED 164 Center Township, Precinct 6 Indianapolis city Ward 13, Marion, Indiana, United States Dudley, Margaret (I39290)
 
366 Address: ED 27 Greenfield Township, Lackawanna, Pennsylvania, United States Austin, Lillian B. (I40946)
 
367 Address: ED 42 Dolan & West Dolan Townships Freeman & Westline villages, Cass, Missouri, United States Gantert, Alfred Nicholas (I40323)
 
368 Address: ED 42 Dolan & West Dolan Townships Freeman & Westline villages, Cass, Missouri, United States Gantert, Nora (I39669)
 
369 Address: ED 42 Dolan & West Dolan Townships Freeman & Westline villages, Cass, Missouri, United States Gantert, Nora (I39669)
 
370 Address: ED 42 Dolan & West Dolan Townships Freeman & Westline villages, Cass, Missouri, United States Gantert, Alfred (I38333)
 
371 Address: ED 42 Dolan & West Dolan Townships Freeman & Westline villages, Cass, Missouri, United States Kirk, Susan (I39812)
 
372 Address: ED 42 Dolan & West Dolan Townships Freeman & Westline villages, Cass, Missouri, United States Gantert, Louis D (I39670)
 
373 Address: ED 42 Dolan & West Dolan Townships Freeman & Westline villages, Cass, Missouri, United States Gantert, Cora (I40177)
 
374 Address: ED 42 Dolan & West Dolan Townships Freeman & Westline villages, Cass, Missouri, United States Gantert, William T (I40544)
 
375 Address: ED 42 Dolan & West Dolan Townships Freeman & Westline villages, Cass, Missouri, United States/ED 42 Dolan & West Dolan Townships Freeman & Westline villages, Cass, Missouri, United States Gantert, Ada Elizabeth (I39439)
 
376 Address: Eibesthal 178 Schiller, Anton (I37987)
 
377 Address: Eibesthal 187 Schiller, Anton (I39116)
 
378 Address: Eigeltingen, Baden, Germany Schuhmacher, Conrad (I42012)
 
379 Address: Eigeltingen, Baden, Germany Jaeger Jaeger, Crescentia (I42379)
 
380 Address: Election District 2 Lockport city Ward 6, Niagara, New York, United States Randall, Louis E (I40110)
 
381 Address: Ermatingen, Thurgau, Switzerland Forster, August (I41750)
 
382 Address: Fall River, Bristol, Massachusetts, United States Otheman, Margaret (I40116)
 
383 Address: Friedingen Höliner, Johannes (I41536)
 
384 Address: Friedingen, Baden, Germany Bader, Wendelin (I38140)
 
385 Address: Gailingen am Hochrhein, Konstanz, Baden, Germany Schneble, Isabel (I40181)
 
386 Address: Gailingen, Konstanz, Baden Hany, Basilius (I39910)
 
387 Address: Gailingen, Konstanz, Baden/Gailingen, Konstanz, Baden Schneble, Felix H. (I39817)
 
388 Address: Gemeinde, Kirchhofen, Baden, Germany Leonhardt, Karl Ludwig (I39650)
 
389 Address: Gemeinde, Singen (a. Konstanz), Baden, Germany Schrott, Stefanie (I39503)
 
390 Address: Genève, 6621, Genève, Suisse Meylan, Charles Louis (I41055)
 
391 Address: Genthod, 6622, Genève, Suisse Meylan, Philippe Samuel (I41199)
 
392 Address: Glainans Huot, Césarie Marie (I38925)
 
393 Address: Gottmadingen, Baden, Germany Fahr + Max Lehmann, Louise (I40978)
 
394 Address: Gottmadingen, Baden, Germany Auer, Anna Maria (I41797)
 
395 Address: Gottmadingen, Baden, Germany Fahr, Friderica (I40836)
 
396 Address: Gottmadingen, Baden, Germany Hüg, Maria Anna (I41422)
 
397 Address: Gottmadingen, Baden, Germany Auer, Aloisius (I41428)
 
398 Address: Gottmadingen, Baden, Germany Huegle, Johannes Gregorius (I42242)
 
399 Address: Gottmadingen, Baden, Germany Huegle, Johannes Gregorius (I42242)
 
400 Address: Gottmadingen, Baden, Germany Ruh, Elisabetha (I42271)
 
401 Address: Gottmadingen, Baden, Germany Fahr, Lina (I41202)
 
402 Address: Gottmadingen, Baden, Germany Fahr, Sebastianus (I41925)
 
403 Address: Gottmadingen, Baden, Germany Fahr, Pius (I42210)
 
404 Address: Gottmadingen, Baden, Germany Brachert, Mathias (I40749)
 
405 Address: Gottmadingen, Baden, Germany/Gottmadingen, Baden, Germany Fahr, Gertrud Maria (I42066)
 
406 Address: Gottmadingen, Baden, Germany/Gottmadingen, Baden, Germany Fahr, Karl (I37746)
 
407 Address: Gottmadingen, Baden, Germany/Gottmadingen, Konstanz, Baden Fahr, Pius (I42210)
 
408 Address: Gottmadingen, Gottmadingen, Konstanz, Baden, Germany Klopfer, Karl (I40267)
 
409 Address: Gottmadingen, Konstanz, Baden Fahr + Max Lehmann, Louise (I40978)
 
410 Address: Gottmadingen, Konstanz, Baden Auer, Anna Maria (I41797)
 
411 Address: Gottmadingen, Konstanz, Baden Fahr, Friderica (I40836)
 
412 Address: Gottmadingen, Konstanz, Baden Hüg, Maria Anna (I41422)
 
413 Address: Gottmadingen, Konstanz, Baden Auer, Aloisius (I41428)
 
414 Address: Gottmadingen, Konstanz, Baden Huegle, Johannes Gregorius (I42242)
 
415 Address: Gottmadingen, Konstanz, Baden Ruh, Elisabetha (I42271)
 
416 Address: Gottmadingen, Konstanz, Baden Fahr, Lina (I41202)
 
417 Address: Gottmadingen, Konstanz, Baden Fahr, Sebastianus (I41925)
 
418 Address: Gottmadingen, Konstanz, Baden Brachert, Mathias (I40749)
 
419 Address: Gottmadingen, Konstanz, Baden, Germany Klopfer, Karl (I40267)
 
420 Address: Gottmadingen, Konstanz, Baden, Germany Huegle, Johannes Gregorius (I42242)
 
421 Address: Gottmadingen, Konstanz, Baden/Berndorf, Rheinland, Preussen Fahr, Karl (I37746)
 
422 Address: Gottmadingen, Konstanz, Baden/Gottmadingen, Konstanz, Baden Fahr, Gertrud Maria (I42066)
 
423 Address: Granger, Medina, Ohio Lytle, Josephine Sperry (I39412)
 
424 Address: Granger, Medina, Ohio Lytle, Josephine Sperry (I39412)
 
425 Address: Granger, Medina, Ohio Lytle, Josephine Sperry (I39412)
 
426 Address: Granger, Medina, Ohio Lytle, Josephine Sperry (I39412)
 
427 Address: Granger, Medina, Ohio, United States Lytle, Josephine Sperry (I39412)
 
428 Address: Gricht Riedburg, Köniz, Bern, Switz Zehnder, Bendicht (I38554)
 
429 Address: Harrison, Potter, Pennsylvania, United States Schneble, Louisa A. (I40327)
 
430 Address: Harrison, Potter, Pennsylvania, United States Schneble, Louisa A. (I40327)
 
431 Address: Harrison, Potter, Pennsylvania, United States Schneble, Louisa A. (I40327)
 
432 Address: Hatterswil/Dussnang TG/Schweiz Brühwiler, Franz (I41865)
 
433 Address: Healdsburg Judicial Township, Sonoma, California, United States Fischer, Rosa E (I38740)
 
434 Address: Herdern, Thurgau, Switzerland Staeheli, Johann Jakob (I39421)
 
435 Address: Highland Towenship, Franklin, Indiana, United States/Highland Towenship, Franklin, Indiana, United States Dudley, Margaret (I39290)
 
436 Address: Highland Towenship, Franklin, Indiana, United States/Highland Towenship, Franklin, Indiana, United States Schneider, Judith (I38912)
 
437 Address: Highland, Franklin, Indiana, United States/Highland, Franklin, Indiana, United States Schneider, Judith (I38912)
 
438 Address: Hilzingen, Baden, Germany Brachat, Theresia (I41057)
 
439 Address: Hilzingen, Baden, Germany Brachat, Mathias (I41023)
 
440 Address: Hilzingen, Baden, Germany Jaekle, Karl (I39374)
 
441 Address: Hilzingen, Baden, Germany Fischer, Franz Josef (I40707)
 
442 Address: Hilzingen, Baden, Germany Wick, Franziska (I38097)
 
443 Address: Hilzingen, Baden, Germany/Hilzingen, Baden, Germany Jetschmanegg, Karl (I41001)
 
444 Address: Hilzingen, Hilzingen, Engen, Baden, Germany Jaekle, Johannes Baptista (I42135)
 
445 Address: Homburg, Katholisch, Swtz Sedlegger, Franz Joseph (I41707)
 
446 Address: Honstetten, Engen, Baden, Germany Goeser, Maria Anna (I38233)
 
447 Address: Huron, Erie, Ohio Zimmermann, Carl (I39266)
 
448 Address: Huron, Erie, Ohio Zimmermann, Carl (I39266)
 
449 Address: Immenstaad, Baden, Germany Gantert, Alfred (I38333)
 
450 Address: Indiana, United States/Indiana, United States Dudley, Margaret (I39290)
 
451 Address: Indiana, United States/Indiana, United States Schneider, Judith (I38912)
 
452 Address: Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana, United States/Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana, United States Dudley, Margaret (I39290)
 
453 Address: Ippingen, Villingen, Baden Kindler, Heinrich (I41368)
 
454 Address: Jamestown Ward 5, Chautauqua, New York, United States Schneble, Isabelle (I39857)
 
455 Address: Jamestown Ward 5, Chautauqua, New York, United States Schneble, Isabelle (I39857)
 
456 Address: Jamestown, Chautauqua, New York, United States Schneble, Isabelle (I39857)
 
457 Address: Kappel am Rhein (A. Ettenheim), Baden, Germany Loeffel, Franziska (I37847)
 
458 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Scheu, Lina (I41625)
 
459 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Scheu, Adolf Johann (I41772)
 
460 Address: Laurens, Otsego, New York, United States Schneble, Isabel (I40181)
 
461 Address: Laurens, Otsego, New York, United States Schneble, Isabel (I40181)
 
462 Address: Le Chenit, 5872, Les Piguet-Dessous, Vaud, Suisse Golay, Jean Baptiste (I41598)
 
463 Address: Lockport Town, Niagara, New York, United States Wick, Mary Frances (I39737)
 
464 Address: Lockport Town, Niagara, New York, United States Wick, Harold Joseph (I39362)
 
465 Address: Lockport Town, Niagara, New York, United States Wick, Cyril Martin (I39510)
 
466 Address: Lockport Town, Niagara, New York, United States Wick, Anna Maria (I39133)
 
467 Address: Lockport Ward 01, Niagara, New York, United States Wick, Jacob James (I38854)
 
468 Address: Lockport Ward 04, Niagara, New York, United States Randall, Louis E (I40110)
 
469 Address: Lockport Ward 4, Niagara, New York, United States Randall, Louis E (I40110)
 
470 Address: Lockport Ward 4, Niagara, New York, United States Randall, Louis E (I40110)
 
471 Address: Lockport Ward 7, Niagara, New York Wick, Henry J. (I38706)
 
472 Address: Lockport Ward 7, Niagara, New York Wick, Genevieve (I39406)
 
473 Address: Lockport, New York, United States Wick, Gerald Paul (I39785)
 
474 Address: Lockport, New York, USA Wick, Henry J. (I38706)
 
475 Address: Lockport, New York, USA Wick, Genevieve (I39406)
 
476 Address: Lockport, Niagara, New York Wick, Henry J. (I38706)
 
477 Address: Lockport, Niagara, New York Wick, Jacob James (I38854)
 
478 Address: Lockport, Niagara, New York Wick, Genevieve (I39406)
 
479 Address: Lockport, Niagara, New York, United States Wick, Mary Frances (I39737)
 
480 Address: Lockport, Niagara, New York, United States Ballard, Maria Ann (I41358)
 
481 Address: Lockport, Niagara, New York, United States Wick, Harold Joseph (I39362)
 
482 Address: Lockport, Niagara, New York, United States Wick, Harold Joseph (I39362)
 
483 Address: Lockport, Niagara, New York, United States Wick, Cyril Martin (I39510)
 
484 Address: Lockport, Niagara, New York, United States Wick, Cyril Martin (I39510)
 
485 Address: Lockport, Niagara, New York, United States Wick, Regina M (I40614)
 
486 Address: Lockport, Niagara, New York, United States Wick, Regina M (I40614)
 
487 Address: Lockport, Niagara, New York, United States Clark, Lewis James (I39824)
 
488 Address: Lockport, Niagara, New York, United States Randall, Robert (I39882)
 
489 Address: Lockport, Niagara, New York, United States Wick, Gregory Ballard (I40252)
 
490 Address: Lockport, Niagara, New York, United States Wick, Gregory Ballard (I40252)
 
491 Address: Lockport, Niagara, New York, United States Randall, Louis E (I40110)
 
492 Address: Lockport, Niagara, New York, United States Randall, Louis E (I40110)
 
493 Address: Lockport, Niagara, New York, United States Wick, Florence Hazel (I39889)
 
494 Address: Lockport, Niagara, New York, United States Wick, Florence Hazel (I39889)
 
495 Address: Lockport, Niagara, New York, United States Wick, Florence Hazel (I39889)
 
496 Address: Lockport, Niagara, New York, United States Wick, Jacob James (I38854)
 
497 Address: Lockport, Niagara, New York, United States Wick, Jacob James (I38854)
 
498 Address: Lockport, Niagara, New York, United States Wick, Jacob James (I38854)
 
499 Address: Lockport, Niagara, New York, United States Wick, Loraine Theresa (I40475)
 
500 Address: Lockport, Niagara, New York, United States Wick, Loraine Theresa (I40475)
 
501 Address: Lockport, Niagara, New York, United States Wick, Anna Maria (I39133)
 
502 Address: Lockport, Niagara, New York, United States Wick, Anna Maria (I39133)
 
503 Address: Lockport, Niagara, New York, United States Randall, Dorothy M (I40021)
 
504 Address: Lockport, Niagara, New York, USA Wick, Henry J. (I38706)
 
505 Address: Lockport, Niagara, New York, USA Wick, Jacob James (I38854)
 
506 Address: Lockport, Niagara, New York, USA Wick, Genevieve (I39406)
 
507 Address: Lockport, Ward 04, E.D. 01, Niagara, New York Randall, Louis E (I40110)
 
508 Address: Lommis, Thurgau, Switzerland Fröhlich, Friedrich (I38663)
 
509 Address: Lommis, Thurgau, Switzerland Froehlich, J. Ulrich (I38290)
 
510 Address: Los Angeles Assembly District 71, Los Angeles, California, United States Brown, Harry Earl (I40686)
 
511 Address: Marital Status: MarriedRelation to Head of House: Head, Olathe, Johnson, Kansas, USA Heien, Frank (I38889)
 
512 Address: Marital Status: MarriedRelation to Head of House: Wife, Oakland, Alameda, California, USA Gantert, Nora (I39669)
 
513 Address: Marital Status: MarriedRelation to Head of House: Wife, Olathe, Johnson, Kansas, USA Gantert, Ada Elizabeth (I39439)
 
514 Address: Marital Status: MarriedRelation to Head: Head, Dolan, Cass, Missouri, USA Gantert, Alfred (I38333)
 
515 Address: Marital Status: MarriedRelation to Head: Wife, Dolan, Cass, Missouri, USA Kirk, Susan (I39812)
 
516 Address: Marital Status: MarriedRelation to Head: Wife, Sacramento, Sacramento, California, USA Gantert, Nora (I39669)
 
517 Address: Marital Status: SingleRelation to Head of House: Grandson, Cranberry, Avery, North Carolina, USA McGee, Reuben Oscar (I39635)
 
518 Address: Marital Status: SingleRelation to Head: Daughter, Camp Branch, Cass, Missouri, USA Kirk, Susan (I39812)
 
519 Address: Marital Status: SingleRelation to Head: Daughter, Dolan, Cass, Missouri, USA Gantert, Nora (I39669)
 
520 Address: Marital Status: WidowedRelation to Head of House: Mother-in-law, Oakland, Alameda, California, USA Kirk, Susan (I39812)
 
521 Address: Middletown city Ward 2, Orange, New York, United States Carpenter, Harry Cecil (I40258)
 
522 Address: Middletown Ward 02, A.D. 02, E.D. 05, Orange, New York, United States Wick, Gregory Howard (I39751)
 
523 Address: Middletown Ward 2, Orange, New York, United States Carpenter, Harry Cecil (I40258)
 
524 Address: Middletown, NY Wick, Gregory Howard (I39751)
 
525 Address: Middletown, Orange, New York, United States Wick, Gregory Howard (I39751)
 
526 Address: Middletown, Orange, New York, United States Otheman, Margaret (I40116)
 
527 Address: Middletown, Orange, New York, United States Wick, Whitman Stratton (I39605)
 
528 Address: Middletown, Orange, New York, United States Wick, Whitman Stratton (I39605)
 
529 Address: New Bedford Ward 5, Bristol, Massachusetts, United States Wick, Gregory Howard (I39751)
 
530 Address: New Bedford Ward 5, Bristol, Massachusetts, United States Otheman, Margaret (I40116)
 
531 Address: New York, United States Jacques, Orman S (I40844)
 
532 Address: Newfane Town, Niagara, New York, United States Wick, Regina M (I40614)
 
533 Address: Newfane Town, Niagara, New York, United States Clark, Lewis James (I39824)
 
534 Address: Newfane Town, Niagara, New York, United States Jacques, Norma L (I40985)
 
535 Address: Newfane, Niagara, New York, United States Jacques, Norma L (I40985)
 
536 Address: Newfane, Niagara, New York, United States Jacques, Norma L (I40985)
 
537 Address: Newfane, Niagara, New York, United States Jacques, Norma L (I40985)
 
538 Address: Newfane, Niagara, New York, United States Jacques, Norma L (I40985)
 
539 Address: Newfane, Niagara, New York, United States Jacques, Norma L (I40985)
 
540 Address: Newfane, Niagara, New York, United States Jacques, Orman S (I40844)
 
541 Address: Newfane, Niagara, New York, United States Jacques, Orman S (I40844)
 
542 Address: Newfane, Niagara, New York, United States Jacques, Orman S (I40844)
 
543 Address: Newfane, Niagara, New York, United States Jacques, Orman S (I40844)
 
544 Address: Newfane, Niagara, New York, United States Jacques, Orman S (I40844)
 
545 Address: Newfane, Niagara, New York, United States Jacques, Orman S (I40844)
 
546 Address: Newfane, Niagara, New York, United States Jacques, Orman S (I40844)
 
547 Address: Newfane, Niagara, New York, United States Jacques, Orman S (I40844)
 
548 Address: Newfane, Niagara, New York, United States Jacques, Orman S (I40844)
 
549 Address: Newfane, Niagara, New York, United States Jacques, Orman S (I40844)
 
550 Address: Newport, Campbell, Kentucky, USA Loechle, Francis Wendel (I39869)
 
551 Address: Newport, Campbell, Kentucky, USA Meyer, Magdelena Margaret (I38886)
 
552 Address: Newport, Campbell, Kentucky, USA Loechle, John M (I39644)
 
553 Address: Newport, Campbell, Kentucky, USA Loechle, Sophia (Sophie) Joanna (I40008)
 
554 Address: Newport, Campbell, Kentucky, USA Ritzi, Maria Anna (I39269)
 
555 Address: North Collins, Erie, New York, United States Ballard, Maria Ann (I41358)
 
556 Address: Norwich Township (eastern half) Norwich village, Chenango, New York, United States Wick, Gregory Howard (I39751)
 
557 Address: Norwich Township (eastern half) Norwich village, Chenango, New York, United States Stratton, Alice May (I39376)
 
558 Address: Norwich Township (eastern half) Norwich village, Chenango, New York, United States Wick, Margaret Lily (I39974)
 
559 Address: Norwich Township (eastern half) Norwich village, Chenango, New York, United States Wick, Whitman Stratton (I39605)
 
560 Address: Norwich Ward 1, Chenango, New York, United States Wick, Gregory Howard (I39751)
 
561 Address: Norwich Ward 1, Chenango, New York, United States Stratton, Alice May (I39376)
 
562 Address: Norwich Ward 1, Chenango, New York, United States Wick, Margaret Lily (I39974)
 
563 Address: Norwich Ward 1, Chenango, New York, United States Wick, Whitman Stratton (I39605)
 
564 Address: Norwich Ward 4, Chenango, New York, United States Carpenter, Harry Cecil (I40258)
 
565 Address: Norwich Ward 4, Chenango, New York, United States Wick, Margaret Lily (I39974)
 
566 Address: Norwich, Chenango, New York Wick, Gregory Howard (I39751)
 
567 Address: Norwich, Chenango, New York Stratton, Alice May (I39376)
 
568 Address: Norwich, Chenango, New York Wick, Margaret Lily (I39974)
 
569 Address: Norwich, Chenango, New York Wick, Whitman Stratton (I39605)
 
570 Address: Norwich, Chenango, New York, United States Stratton, Alice May (I39376)
 
571 Address: Norwich, Chenango, New York, United States Stratton, Alice May (I39376)
 
572 Address: Norwich, Norwich Village, E.D. 06, Chenango, New York Wick, Gregory Howard (I39751)
 
573 Address: Norwich, Norwich Village, E.D. 06, Chenango, New York Stratton, Alice May (I39376)
 
574 Address: Norwich, Norwich Village, E.D. 06, Chenango, New York Wick, Margaret Lily (I39974)
 
575 Address: Norwich, Norwich Village, E.D. 06, Chenango, New York Wick, Whitman Stratton (I39605)
 
576 Address: Oakland, Alameda, California Gantert, Nora (I39669)
 
577 Address: Oakland, Alameda, California Kirk, Susan (I39812)
 
578 Address: Oberdorfstraße 20/Singen/Germany Buchegger, Karl (I38008)
 
579 Address: Ohio, United States Sharp, James H (I39007)
 
580 Address: Pennsylvania, United States Schneble, Louisa A. (I40327)
 
581 Address: Per father's probate record, Ligsdorf, Haut-Rhin, Alsace, France Jaeckle, Theodor (I41123)
 
582 Address: Precinct 5 Boston city Ward 20, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States Otheman, Margaret (I40116)
 
583 Address: Precinct F Dayton city Ward 8, Montgomery, Ohio, United States Daggett, Ida Elizabeth (I39237)
 
584 Address: Precinct F Dayton city Ward 8, Montgomery, Ohio, United States Sharp, James H (I38862)
 
585 Address: Precinct F Dayton city Ward 8, Montgomery, Ohio, United States Sharp, James H (I39007)
 
586 Address: Ranger, Eastland, Texas, United States Gantert, Alfred Nicholas (I40323)
 
587 Address: Ravenswood Magisterial District, Jackson, West Virginia, United States Shockey, Donald Franklin (I38378)
 
588 Address: Ravenswood Magisterial District, Jackson, West Virginia, United States Shockey, Herschel Ray (I38672)
 
589 Address: Ravenswood, Jackson, West Virginia Shockey, Donald Franklin (I38378)
 
590 Address: Ravenswood, Jackson, West Virginia, United States Shockey, Donald Franklin (I38378)
 
591 Address: Ravenswood, Jackson, West Virginia, United States Shockey, Donald Franklin (I38378)
 
592 Address: Ravenswood, Jackson, West Virginia, United States Shockey, Herschel Ray (I38672)
 
593 Address: Relationship: Daughter, Lockport Ward 06, Niagara, New York, United States Wick, Genevieve (I39406)
 
594 Address: RUE ST MICHEL/ORAN 99/ALGERIE Faivre, Charles François (I38641)
 
595 Address: Rural, Niagara, New York Wick, Regina M (I40614)
 
596 Address: Sacramento, Sacramento, California, United States Brown, Harry Earl (I40686)
 
597 Address: Same House Wick, Mary Frances (I39737)
 
598 Address: Same House Wick, Harold Joseph (I39362)
 
599 Address: Same House Wick, Cyril Martin (I39510)
 
600 Address: Same House Schneble, Isabelle (I39857)
 
601 Address: Same House Zimmermann, Hugh Alan (I39641)
 
602 Address: Same House Richter, Arthur Herman (I40193)
 
603 Address: Same House Zimmermann, Carl (I39266)
 
604 Address: Same House Schneble, Felix Covill (I41092)
 
605 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Zimmerman, Elbridge (I39784)
 
606 Address: Same House Clark, Lewis James (I39824)
 
607 Address: Same House Jacques, Norma L (I40985)
 
608 Address: Same House Wick, Gregory Howard (I39751)
 
609 Address: Same House Randall, Louis E (I40110)
 
610 Address: Same House Otheman, Margaret (I40116)
 
611 Address: Same House Wick, Florence Hazel (I39889)
 
612 Address: Same House Wick, Whitman Stratton (I39605)
 
613 Address: Same House Wick, Anna Maria (I39133)
 
614 Address: Same House Schneble, Isabel Margaret (I41465)
 
615 Address: Same House Lytle, Josephine Sperry (I39412)
 
616 Address: Same House Manning, Donald Jackson (I38309)
 
617 Address: Same House - Grass Valley, Nevada, California, USA Jaekle, Jane (I40662)
 
618 Address: Same House - Grass Valley, Nevada, California, USA ?, J. Estelle (I40441)
 
619 Address: Same Place Schneble, Edwin Elmer (I41320)
 
620 Address: Same Place Parke, William Douglas (I40621)
 
621 Address: Same Place Austin, Lillian B. (I40946)
 
622 Address: Same Place Fischer, Rosa E (I38740)
 
623 Address: Same Place Deuer, Emma V (I40129)
 
624 Address: Same Place - 723 Seventh Avenue, Two Harbors, Lake, Minnesota, USA Cameron, Donald (I38702)
 
625 Address: Same Place - 723 Seventh Avenue, Two Harbors, Lake, Minnesota, USA Cameron, June (I38553)
 
626 Address: Singen (a. Konstanz), Baden, Germany Denzel, Nicolaus (I38760)
 
627 Address: Singen (a. Konstanz), Baden, Germany Bach, Johannes (I38834)
 
628 Address: Singen (a. Konstanz), Baden, Germany Waibel, Karl (I39136)
 
629 Address: Singen (a. Konstanz), Baden, Germany Bach, Maria Mechtild (I38613)
 
630 Address: Singen (a. Konstanz), Baden, Germany Bach, Andreas (I37868)
 
631 Address: Singen (a. Konstanz), Baden, Germany Waibel, Rosine (I42327)
 
632 Address: Steffisburg Zimmermann, Magdalena (I38035)
 
633 Address: Steffisburg, Bern, Switzerland Zimmerman, Madle (I40221)
 
634 Address: Steffisburg, Bern, Switzerland Zimmerman, Jacob (I40444)
 
635 Address: Steffisburg, Bern, Switzerland Zimmerman, Christen (I41221)
 
636 Address: Suisun, Solano, California, United States Fischer, Rosa E (I38740)
 
637 Address: Wallkill, Orange, New York, United States Stratton, Alice May (I39376)
 
638 Address: Wallkill, Orange, New York, United States Carpenter, Harry Cecil (I40258)
 
639 Address: Wallkill, Orange, New York, United States Wick, Margaret Lily (I39974)
 
640 Address: Ward 10, Dayton City, Dayton City, Montgomery, Ohio, United States Deuer, Emma V (I40129)
 
641 Address: Ward 2, Middletown, Middletown City, Orange, New York, United States Wick, Whitman Stratton (I39605)
 
642 Address: Ward 30, Chicago, Chicago City, Cook, Illinois, United States Richter, Arthur Herman (I40193)
 
643 Address: Ward 4, Middletown, Middletown City, Orange, New York, United States Parke, William Douglas (I40621)
 
644 Address: Ward 4, Middletown, Middletown City, Orange, New York, United States Wick, Gregory Howard (I39751)
 
645 Address: Ward 4, Middletown, Middletown City, Orange, New York, United States Austin, Lillian B. (I40946)
 
646 Address: Ward 4, Middletown, Middletown City, Orange, New York, United States Otheman, Margaret (I40116)
 
647 Address: Ward 5, Jamestown, Jamestown City, Chautauqua, New York, United States Schneble, Isabelle (I39857)
 
648 Address: Ward 6, Lockport, Lockport City, Niagara, New York, United States Randall, Louis E (I40110)
 
649 Address: Ward 6, Lockport, Lockport City, Niagara, New York, United States Wick, Florence Hazel (I39889)
 
650 Address: Washington, DC Hemmerle, Thula Amelia (I41163)
 
651 Address: Wayne, Ohio, United States Lytle, Josephine Sperry (I39412)
 
652 Address: Wayne, Ohio, United States Lytle, Josephine Sperry (I39412)
 
653 Address: Wellsville, A.D. 01, E.D. 02, Allegany, New York, United States Schneble, Elmer Felix (I40079)
 
654 Address: Wellsville, A.D. 01, E.D. 02, Allegany, New York, United States Schneble, Felix Covill (I41092)
 
655 Address: Wellsville, A.D. 01, E.D. 02, Allegany, New York, United States Schneble, Edwin Elmer (I41320)
 
656 Address: Wellsville, A.D. 01, E.D. 04, Allegany, New York, United States Schneble, Elmer Felix (I40079)
 
657 Address: Wellsville, A.D. 01, E.D. 04, Allegany, New York, United States Schneble, Felix Covill (I41092)
 
658 Address: Wellsville, A.D. 01, E.D. 04, Allegany, New York, United States Schneble, Edwin Elmer (I41320)
 
659 Address: Wellsville, A.D. 01, E.D. 04, Allegany, New York, United States Schneble, Isabel Margaret (I41465)
 
660 Address: Wellsville, A.D. 01, E.D. 04, Allegany, New York, United States/Wellsville, A.D. 01, E.D. 04, Allegany, New York, United States Schneble, Felix H. (I39817)
 
661 Address: Wellsville, Allegany, New York Schneble, Felix Covill (I41092)
 
662 Address: Wellsville, Allegany, New York Schneble, Felix Covill (I41092)
 
663 Address: Wellsville, Allegany, New York, United States Schneble, Ida Louisa (I40727)
 
664 Address: Wellsville, Allegany, New York, United States Voss, Lena Covill (I40949)
 
665 Address: Wellsville, Allegany, New York, United States Voss, Lena Covill (I40949)
 
666 Address: Wellsville, Allegany, New York, United States Schneble, Elmer Felix (I40079)
 
667 Address: Wellsville, Allegany, New York, United States Schneble, Elmer Felix (I40079)
 
668 Address: Wellsville, Allegany, New York, United States Schneble, Elmer Felix (I40079)
 
669 Address: Wellsville, Allegany, New York, United States Schneble, Felix Covill (I41092)
 
670 Address: Wellsville, Allegany, New York, United States Schneble, Felix Covill (I41092)
 
671 Address: Wellsville, Allegany, New York, United States Schneble, Felix Covill (I41092)
 
672 Address: Wellsville, Allegany, New York, United States Schneble, Felix Covill (I41092)
 
673 Address: Wellsville, Allegany, New York, United States Schneble, Felix Covill (I41092)
 
674 Address: Wellsville, Allegany, New York, United States Schneble, Edwin Elmer (I41320)
 
675 Address: Wellsville, Allegany, New York, United States Schneble, Edwin Elmer (I41320)
 
676 Address: Wellsville, Allegany, New York, United States Hancock, Hannah Margaret (I40548)
 
677 Address: Wellsville, Allegany, New York, United States Hancock, Hannah Margaret (I40548)
 
678 Address: Wellsville, Allegany, New York, United States Schneble, Isabel Margaret (I41465)
 
679 Address: Wellsville, Allegany, New York, United States Schneble, Isabel Margaret (I41465)
 
680 Address: Wellsville, Allegany, New York, United States Schneble, Isabel Margaret (I41465)
 
681 Address: Wellsville, Allegany, New York, United States/Wellsville, Allegany, New York, United States Schneble, Felix H. (I39817)
 
682 Address: Wellsville, Allegany, New York, United States/Wellsville, Allegany, New York, United States Schneble, Felix H. (I39817)
 
683 Address: Wellsville, Allegany, New York, USA Schneble, Felix Covill (I41092)
 
684 Address: Wellsville, Allegany, New York, USA Schneble, Felix Covill (I41092)
 
685 Address: Wellsville, Allegany, New York, USA Schneble, Felix Covill (I41092)
 
686 Address: Wellsville, Allegany, New York/Wellsville, Allegany, New York Schneble, Felix H. (I39817)
 
687 Address: Wellsville, New York, USA Schneble, Felix Covill (I41092)
 
688 Address: Wellsville, Wellsville Town, Allegany, New York, United States Schneble, Felix Covill (I41092)
 
689 Address: Wellsville, Wellsville Town, Allegany, New York, United States Schneble, Edwin Elmer (I41320)
 
690 Address: Wellsville, Wellsville Town, Allegany, New York, United States Schneble, Isabel Margaret (I41465)
 
691 Address: Wellsville, Wellsville Village, E.D. 02, Allegany, New York/Wellsville, Wellsville Village, E.D. 02, Allegany, New York Schneble, Felix H. (I39817)
 
692 Address: Westpark, Cuyahoga, Ohio, United States Zimmermann, Carl (I39266)
 
693 Address: Wiechs Am Randen (a. Engen), Baden, Germany Wider, Maximilian (I41517)
 
694 Address: Wiechs am Randen (A. Engen), Baden, Germany Schulthais, Franz Xavier (I38731)
 
695 Address: Wiechs am Randen (A. Engen), Baden, Germany Schultheiss, Fridrich (I38879)
 
696 Address: Wiechs am Randen (A. Engen), Baden, Germany Keller, Juliana (I37947)
 
697 Address: Wiechs am Randen (A. Engen), Baden, Germany Schultheiss, Rosa (I41894)
 
698 Address: Wiechs am Randen (A. Engen), Baden, Germany Bollin, Karolina Jr. (I41934)
 
699 Address: Wiechs am Randen (A. Engen), Baden, Germany Bollin, Maria Othilia (I42156)
 
700 Address: Wiechs am Randen (A. Engen), Baden, Germany Wider, Joseph (I41144)
 
701 Address: Wiechs am Randen (A. Engen), Baden, Germany Bollin, Maria (I41787)
 
702 Address: Wiechs am Randen (A. Engen), Baden, Germany Wider, Sigmund (I39262)
 
703 Address: Wiechs am Randen (A. Engen), Baden, Germany Schultheiss, Joseph (I38358)
 
704 Address: Wiechs am Randen (A. Engen), Baden, Germany Wider, Maria Agatha (I39490)
 
705 Address: Wiechs am Randen (A. Engen), Baden, Germany Keller (Voir Usa), Bartholomaeus (I41151)
 
706 Address: Wiechs am Randen (A. Engen), Baden, Germany Bollin, Maria Anna (I42124)
 
707 Address: Wiechs am Randen (A. Engen), Baden, Germany Bollin, Maria Anna (I42124)
 
708 Address: Wiechs am Randen (A. Engen), Baden, Germany Bollin, Maria Anna (I41294)
 
709 Address: Wiechs am Randen (A. Engen), Baden, Germany/Wiechs am Randen (A. Engen), Baden, Germany Bollin, Martin Jr. (I41378)
 
710 Address: Wiechs Am Randen (a. Engen), Baden, Germany/Wiechs am Randen (A. Engen), Baden, Germany Wider, Martin (I41748)
 
711 Address: Wiechs, Schopfheim, Baden, Germany/Wiechs, Schopfheim, Baden, Germany Bollin, Bartholomaeus (I40562)
 
712 Address: Wilding, Jackson, West Virginia, United States Shockey, Donald Franklin (I38378)
 
713 Address: Wooster, Wayne, Ohio, United States Zimmermann, Carl (I39266)
 
714 Address: Wooster, Wayne, Ohio, United States Zimmermann, Carl (I39266)
 
715 Address: Wooster, Wayne, Ohio, United States Zimmermann, Carl (I39266)
 
716 Address: Württemberg, Germany Fahr, Berta (I38755)
 
717 Address: Württemberg, Germany Fahr, Elise (I38608)
 
718 Address: Yampa, Election Precinct 2, Routt, Colorado, United States Manning, Sherry (I38533)
 
719 Address: Yampa, Election Precinct 2, Routt, Colorado, United States Manning, Donald Jackson (I38309)
 
720 Address: Yampa, Routt, Colorado, United States Manning, Donald Jackson (I38309)
 
721 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Allain, Adele (I8097)
 
722 Adolph Valerian DUBROCA (Valentin 3) was born in Baton Rouge, LA
September 27, 1836, and died May 18, 1912 in Baton Rouge, LA, at 75 years of
age.

His body was interred 1912 in Magnolia Cemetery.

He married Sallie Annette ILON in Baton Rouge, LA, September 21, 1870. Sallie was born in Baton Rouge, LA

Adolph spent his early years at Springhill, near Mobile, after which he
attended Centenary College in Jackson, LA. He became a civil engineer, building
levees along the Mississippi River and working on Southern Pacific Railroad
branch lines.

During the Civil War he initially served with the Delta Rifles and
subsequently was an officer with Company A. of the Fourth Louisiana infantry,
with the Thirteenth Louisiana, and finally with the Eighth Cavalry of the Trans-
Mississippi Department, by which time he had risen to Colonel. While with the
Thirteenth Louisiana he fought at the bloody battle of Shiloh, and also in the
rallies at Mansfield and Pleasant Hill. While on a brief visit to his home, he
was taken prisoner, but was released in two days, on parole, in exchange for a
Union officer, to return to his home at Magnolia Grove in West Baton Rouge.

He and his family worshipped in the Episcopal Church. His obit, dtd May 19, 1912,
in the "Daily Picayune", says that he served 10 years on the Atchafalaya Levee
Board, was Pres. of the Bank of West Baton Rouge, and also served as Sheriff and
Clerk of Court of West Baton Rouge.

Two of his sons, Sidney and Ralph, also
became sheriffs. 
Dubroca, Adolph Valerian (I7973)
 
723 Adolph Valerian DUBROCA was born September 27, 1836. Dubroca, Adolph Valerian (I7973)
 
724 Adopted Diel, Maria (I39389)
 
725 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Nicolay, Wanda Gail (I3197)
 
726 Adopted. Nicolay, Georgia Lou (I3092)
 
727 Adrienne Clark reports that Alice Hofeline married a Boh. She became estranged from the Hofeline family after a quarrel with Victor Escousse. The family reconciled before her death. Adrienne's Tante Anna (sister of Alice) and grandmother Emilie (mother of Alice) attended Alice's funeral. Hofeline, Alice Elizabeth (I29)
 
728 Adrienne Escousse Clark communicated with A. L. Vitter, Jr. about genealogy in a letter of 8/4/1982 and with Jeff Vitter in a letter of 6/6/2000 in reply to his letter of 5/28/2000. Her letters are the source of much information about the family, and also the Escousse connection to the Haydens. (Bruce Hayden married Alison Voros Vitter's sister Peggy.) Jeff is planning to contact her again to find out more. She seems quite active at 89.

Adrienne mentioned in her 6/6/2000 letter that Charlotte Lozes Todd (widow of Adrienne's second cousin Lewis Todd) and Monica Crombie (cousin of Adrienne, daughter of Monica Escousse Couget) visited her earlier in 2000. She has nine grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren. She said that her second cousin Lucille Bryan, who died recently, kept a family tree of the Escousse family. It said, for example, that Lucie Jane Hofeline was the twin of Albert Hofeline. 
Escousse, Adrienne (I1302)
 
729 after 1697 or 1698 Eckman, Johannes (I39215)
 
730 After Henry Porter died, Neava Morgan Porter remarried Henry's nephew Richard Porter. Henry was 19 years older than Neava, and Richard was 19 years younger. One account by Lu Weese says Henry died in an accident, and another says they were divorced. Morgan, Neava Teresa (I20293)
 
731 After Henry Porter died, Neava Morgan Porter remarried Henry's nephew Richard Porter. Henry was 19 years older than Neava, and Richard was 19 years younger. One account by Lu Weese says Henry died in an accident, and another says they were divorced. Porter, Richard L. (I15842)
 
732 After Henry Porter died, Neava Morgan Porter remarried Henry's nephew Richard Porter. Henry was 19 years older than Neava, and Richard was 19 years younger. One account by Lu Weese says Henry died in an accident, and another says they were divorced. Porter, Henry T. (I21662)
 
733 After Jacques-Joseph Vitter's first wife Jeanne Louise Bourquin died in 1845, he married her sister Virginia Bourquin, who had just been widowed from Claude Grossard. Bourquin, Jeanne Louise (I1997)
 
734 After Jacques-Joseph Vitter's first wife Jeanne Louise Bourquin died in 1845, he married her sister Virginia Bourquin, who had just been widowed from Claude Grossard. Bourquin, Virginie (I1998)
 
735 After Jacques-Joseph Vitter's first wife Jeanne Louise Bourquin died in 1845, he married her sister Virginia Bourquin, who had just been widowed from Claude Grossard. Vitter, Jacques-Joseph (I1996)
 
736 After marring Theodule Fossier, Sophie moved to Bolixi, Mississippi.[SmithG.FTW]

After marring Theodule Fossier, Sophie moved to Bolixi, Mississippi. 
Cavelier, Sophie (I11187)
 
737 After the death of her husband Auguste Valentin (Gig) Vitter (by accidental drowing in 1909), Eugénie remarried a person named Murray Briggs, and she and her family moved to Fairview, Erie, Pennsylvania, probably in the 1915-1920 time frame. Jean Vitter is listed as 15 years old in the 1920 census, living in Fairview, Erie county, Pennsylvania. She is the same person as Eugenia in the 1910 census.

(Raymond) Percy Vitter, his wife Agnes, and two younger sons also moved to Fairview and were later joined by Raymond Percy's son (Percy) Grant Vitter.[VitterFamily04jun16.FTW] 
Tinney, Eugénie Bonaparte (I1144)
 
738 After the death of her husband Linus Schildknecht circa 1893, Elisabetha married his brother Franz Xavier Schildknecht and had four more children. Schwegler, Elisabetha (I40856)
 
739 After the Grand Derangement Michel and his brother Pierre migrated to Louisiana.[SmithG.FTW]

After the Grand Derangement Michel and his brother Pierre migrated to Louisiana. 
Bernard, Michel (I11139)
 
740 Age at Death: 76 Lefort, Pauline D. (I28880)
 
741 Age incorrectly listed as 96y9m2d, should be 95y9m2d Snyder, John William (I25053)
 
742 Age of death 101 Harbison, Pearl (I626)
 
743 Age: 10 Campbell, Katherine Marie (I33249)
 
744 Age: 13 yr 10 mo 21 days Rose, Richard F. (I15063)
 
745 Age: 30 Brechtel, William W. (I34617)
 
746 Age: 58 McGee, Reuben Oscar (I39635)
 
747 Age: 61 Darouse, James William (I26791)
 
748 Age: 75 Dureau, Henry Joseph Jr. (I9434)
 
749 Age: 76 Cocke, Pleasant Desha (I28881)
 
750 Age: 76 St. Raymond, Dorothy (I1363)
 
751 Age: 78 Miller, Barbara Lydia (I27620)
 
752 Age: 79 Vogel, Sophia (I38478)
 
753 Age: 81 Hofeline, Alice Elizabeth (I29)
 
754 Age: 83 Arnold, Sara Elizabeth (I29497)
 
755 Age: 89 Wick, Gregorius (I42137)
 
756 Age: 91 Smith, Laura Jo (I31233)
 
757 aged 101-102 at time of death Miller, John (I44325)
 
758 AKA Bartheleny Bergeon dit Damboise
[SmithG.FTW]

AKA Bartheleny Bergeon dit Damboise 
Bergeron, Barthelemy Ambroise (I11127)
 
759 aka Georg Francis Phillippi; later known as Francis Phillippi

Modern marker installed 1926.

Parents: Georg Frantz Philippi & Anna Magdelena Reuteneaur

grave marker says 1729-1798 (modern grave marker, not the original) The dates & spelling on the marker may not be accurate.

born in Volksberg, Alsace Province, Germany which is now France. It is in northern Alsace near the German border.

wife: Mary Elizabeth Sweitzer

7 children:
1. John Phillippi 1767-1847

2. George Francis Phillippi 1770-1840

3. Martin Phillippi 1771-1852

4. David Phillippi 1773-1858

5. Catherine Phillippi 1779 m. Paul Solomon, died Richland twp, Allen Co OH (1850 census, Allen Co OH: Catharine Solomon 65 PA, Isaac 28 OH, Sarah 34 PA, Charles W 7 OH, George 24 OH)

6. Elizabeth Phillippi 1775 m. Jacob Gushwa/Cushwa (moved to Berlin, Holmes Co OH & both died in 1850)

7. Rev Christian Phillippi 1782-1864

Immigrated on ship Phoenix in 1749 from Rotterdam, Germany to Philadelphia PA. 
Philippi, Jorg Frantz (I31362)
 
760 AKA: ROSINE Wick, Rosina (I40991)
 
761 Al married Flora Frank in 1905. They didn't have any children but reared two cildren, Johnny and Della.

Johnny is deceased. Before he died he married Florence Johnson. She is now Florence Arnold of 14838 S.E. Taylor Ct., Portland Ore 97233. She has 4 daughters.

Della is Mrs. Loren A. Evans of 4624 W. 61st Street, Shawnee Mission, Kansas 66205. Loren her husband is deceased. They have 2 sons, John and Larry. She has five grandchildren. 
Beeghly, Albert W. (I316)
 
762 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Vitter, Dr. Albert Leopold III (I8)
 
763 Al-Andrew Kauffman ( -1763) md. Magdalena Martin, dau. of
Christian Martin (1694 -1758) also of Manor Twp., Lancaster Co., Pa. He acquired choice to the homestead by lot against his brother Christian, so at his death, he used the same plan with the Neff property which he had just purchased, having his two sons, Jacob and Andrew, to decide by lot who should have first right to the place. Just prior to his death, he sold nine acres of the original tract, which extended north of the Lincoln Highway, to John Stoner, who then sold it to Stephen Hornberger, the innkeeper, who was also buried on the Kauffman plot. According to his will, his oldest son Christian was to receive 177 acres of the old homestead but pay his oldest sister within a year after death 100 pounds, 6 shillings, thereafter 33 pounds for three years to each of his brothers and sisters. He was not to sell the place before he lived there 15 years in marriage and before he had paid 600 pounds. The executors, Michael Shenk and Andrew Kauffman (son of Isaac), distributed to the widow Magdalena 29 pounds, 16 shillings, 8 pence, and to the seven children each 8 pounds, 10 shillings, 5*4 pence.

The brothers and sisters of Magdalena, wife of Andrew Kauff
man, were Feronica, wife of Abraham Herr; Lissly, wife of Philip
Tetrick ; Elizabeth ; Barbara, wife of John Kauffman ; Christina, wife of
Jacob Blauser; Mary, wife of Ulrich Newcomer; Christian, Jacob,
and David. 
Kauffman, Andrew (I30225)
 
764 Albert Artigues III told Jeff Vitter that he remembered several famous New Orleans jazz musicians coming by his house for jam sessions with his father Albert Jr. It was how he learned to play Dixieland piano.

The following transcription of the 1961 interview of Albert Jr. is from Music Rising, Tulane. (The transcript incorrectly refers to him as Albert Artigues Sr., and it is written in third person rather than in interview format.) You can hear the interview at https://musicrising.tulane.edu/listen/interviews/albert-artigues-1961-12-15/.

ALBERT ARTIGUES, SR. 1 Reel I [of 3]--Digest--Retype
December 15, 1961

Others present: Richard B. Allen, Paul R. Crawford.
This interview was recorded at the French Market Fishermen's Supply, 813 Decatur Street. Albert Artigues, Sr. is talking to young Louis Armstrong, a trumpet player, who claims he is a "little off cousin" of the well-known Louis Armstrong. The younger Armstrong played with George Lewis's band when he first started. Armstrong's band had an old man named Willie "Kaiser" Joseph, John Joseph's brother. When he was about fourteen, he talked to Elmer Talbert who sent him to see Professor [Henry] Pritchard. Pritchard was full of students so he sent him to see Professor [Delmar? Delmas? Dalmas?] [sp?] who taught him to play.

Albert Artigues, Sr. was born August 23, 1907 in the house he lives in now at 2733 Dumaine Street. His father built it the year before he was born. Nobody in the family played music except Albert. He became interested in playing the horn when he was at Holy Cross College. He started to take lessons at school but they taught march music, and Albert was interested in Dixieland so he quit and started playing by ear with his own band, then with Joe Clesi's band. When Sharkey [Bonano] left to play with the Wolverines in New York, Albert took his place with Norman Brownlee's band. Albert picked up most of what he learned from Sharkey. He used to sit in with the band when the Tonti [Social Club] was running. Sharkey's about ten years older

ALBERT ARTIGUES I SR. 2 Reel I [of 3]--Digest--Retype
December 15, 1961

than Albert.

When he was young, Albert heard several good, colored Dixieland bands: Chris Kelly's, Punch [Miller's], [Kid} Rena, Papa Celestin, Buddy Petit, and Sam Morgan. There were some good white bands too, like "Pansy" Laine and Johnny Bayersdorffer, who played the Tokyo [check sp.] Gardens at Spanish Fort. Papa Celestin's Original Tuxedo band was across from there at Tranchina's. They used to give "King-cake" parties where there was a little doll or [pecan] in the cake and whoever got it had to give a party the following week. It started around February 8 and would go for two or three weeks until someone who got the pecan didn't give a party. They would serve beer and whiskey and would hire a band for about $18. Many times the band got "muled" and wouldn't get paid. Punch Miller, Kid Rena, and Sam Morgan half-expected to get "muled," i.e., not get paid.

Sometimes they hired two bands. There were some good contests, especially when there were all those camps at West End: the Lillian Cottage, the Dixie Cottage, the American Club. The trumpet men would come out on the wharf and blow at one another. Albert used to play at the Lillian Cottage and got in some duels him- self. For $1.00 a couple, you could go there on Saturday evening, eat and drink all you wanted and dance from 9:00 A.M. until 6:00 P.M. Sundays. They would pay for it by putting out an ad card and

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collecting $5 or $10 from business people and placing the ads around town advertising the picnic and the businesses. This way the picnic was paid for before it started. There would be three or four on Sunday. Milneburg was a favorite spot for them. Albert "bucked" against "Hook" [Pansy] Laine, Punch [Miller], [Kid] Rena. Albert would blow so much, his lip would split right open just trying to hit the high notes. The music really sounded nice in those tin roof camps. Albert played in a five piece combo about five years ago with JohnnyMcGee, clarinet, and Bill Walde, bass, at a camp between Little Woods and the airport. Tony Shriner was on drums and Sam Callia on guitar. Sam Callia sounds like a piano when he plays guitar, very nice. Mr. Allen asks if Albert played with Gene Hemard, a guitarist, but thinks it must have been "Red Hot" [Stewart Bergen]. Albert played with Frank Durfee, clarinet, whose brother played guitar, and Harold "Katz" Maestri on drums, when Albert first started playing. They used to play Firemen's Hall in Westwego. He also played with Norman Brownlee there, at Thomassie's near Harvey, and at the Red Top Inn in Gretna. Brownlee was a good piano player and a fine fellow. He sat in with Raymond [Burke], and Paul Crawford in [Tony] Almerico's band in 1958. He was one of the few to play lead piano, set the tempo, and play the introduction and the [chorus}.

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After the "take-of," he would play chords in the ensemble. Sam Calli:et could do the same thing with a guitar. Sam used to play at Charley's [or Charlie's} Tavern at Magazine and Penniston, later called the Elbow Room with [Johnny] McGee's band. Albert sat in with several bands before he became professional -- Pinky [Vidacovich] when he was with the [New Orleans] Owls and Sharkey [Bonano]. Albert didn't try to model his playing after anybody; he just played it from the heart. The more relaxed the group is, the better he likes it. He doesn't like to extend himself to keep with the band, for example, extending himself to reach the high notes like some do when they go "modern." Some men put so much in the damn horn that it confuses their style. Tempo is very essential. Albert doesn't like to play a fast tempo unless it's a standard like "Tiger Rag" that was written to be fast. He likes a relaxed two beat tempo. (He gives the tempo he prefers for "Tiger Rag" and "Just Because You're You.")

Albert never used the expression, "the New Orleans drop." Mr. Allen has heard Monk [Hazell and Wingy [Manone]use it' The first band Albert played with was Joe Clesi's, except for his little four piece group he mentioned above with Frank Durfee, his brother, and Harold "Katz" Maestri. [Next?] he also played with Hilton "Nappy" Lamajie and Lester Bouchon on Clarinet and tenor sax. They played in Firemen's Hall about thirty-four years ago. He was

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about sixteen when he started playing with Durfee and seventeen when he played with Hilton and Lester. He didn't play with Joe Clesi long but he hated to leave. They had a real swingin' six piece group. "Katz" persuaded him to go with Norman Brownlee and he's sorry he did, although he enjoyed playing with [Harry} Shields and [Joe] Loyacano [tb]. In Joe Clesi' s band, the front line was Albert [trumpet], Joe Clesi, [trombone] and Raymond [Burkel [clarinet (and sax?)], with Philly Miller on bass, "Katz" Maestri on drums, and Freddie Loyacano on banjo. Freddie's brother, Joe Loyacano, [not the trombonist] played tenor with them for awhile. AA gave Maestri his nickname because he looked like a Jew. "Katz" Maestri is still around but doesn't do much of anything now. They used to play the beer joints: the White House in Harahan and in the Channel. It was during prohibition, but everybody was selling "homebrew'' in those days. They used to have a lot of fights in the Channel. It was on the waterfront and a lot of sailors would come in looking for a fight. Albert heard of some places where they had a wire cage to put over the musicians when fights would start. Raymond [Burke] played in some of those joints.

Albert's father didn't like him to play music. If he had continued, he might have wound up as a drunk or something. In Brownlee's band, Harry Shields played clarinet, Joe Loyacano on trombone, Alonzo Crumley [sp?] on drums, Norman French on banjo,

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(and Brownlee on piano. French was Brownlee's brother-in-law. Crumley was from across the river. Joe Loyacano played a nice tailgate trombone. The first night Albert played with them at Haynes and Martin's Dancing School on St. Charles, Joe's tail gate trombone and Harry [unintelligible] helped his nervousness. Albert never enjoyed playing with a piano player as much as he did with Brownlee. Harry Shields played tenor and alto sax. Brownlee was working for C. G. Conn and would get Harry a new instrument whenever he wanted. The dancing school would put on the dance1 it was a [sub]script[ion] dance costing about $.75 admission and open to the public. Sometimes, the script dances sold the tickets in advance except for well-advertised places like the Frolick and the Top Hat. The Frolic was one of the first-open air dances they had in the city, run by Frank Pattengill [sp?] and Hype Guinle [check sp]. Sharkey [Bonano's] band opened it up. They had two trumpets in the band: Sharkey and Leon Prima. It was on St. Ann between Dorgenois and Broad. After "years" they moved to the Top Hat on St. Claude where Schwegmann's is now. Frank opened the first twenty-five cent club in New Orleans across the street from the Honeysuckle Inn, but there were so many fights, they had to close it. A man or a couple could get in the Frolick for $.50 and dance all night, buy the set-ups and bring your own bottle. There were some good dances on the 2:00 to 5:00 ride on the [S. S.] President

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and [S. S.] Capitol on Sunday afternoon. Fate Marable played on the boat, Dewey Jackson played trumpet with them. Jackson would put on
a woman's dress and do some acts. {PRC ·adds an early Kid Thomas.) Emmett Hardy played on the [S. S.] Sidney but that was before Albert's time7 he never heard him. Oscar Marcour told Mr. Allen that he, Brownlee, and Hardy made some home records.

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Others present: Richard B. Allen, Paul R. Crawford.

Albert doesn't think there are any musicians today that can touch Sam Morgan, Buddy Petit, [Kid] Rena, and Punch [Miller] . Punch was what they called a "barrelhouse" trumpet player. George [Boyd] played clarinet with him. For dance music you couldn't beat them. Buddy played a nice, relaxed horn and so did Sam Morgan. AA thinks SM had the one of the nicest tones of any of the Negroes. Sam played nice arrangements, but he didn't read them; he did not play a barrel- house style. His drummer just had one cymbal and one cowbell. He played the same style as Leo Adde who played with Johnny Bayersdorffer. The old records don't do justice to the drummers. Adde wasn't a spectacular drummer but he had a fine beat. Ray Bauduc is a spectacular drummer, even more so than [Gene] Krupa. Sam Morgan's drummer was Alfred Williams, who still plays [1961]. Albert likes the drummer to set a firm tempo like "Katz" Maestri does. Sharkey [the trumpet player and leader] sets the tempo and that's it. He always plays the same numbers in a set tempo.

After Albert left Brownlee's band, he stopped playing. "Katz" tried to get him to come back with Joe Clesi; Red Bergman (not to be confused with Bergen) was playing with them. He played a loud trumpet, is dead now. Joe Clesi was a prince of a guy, and he really liked musicians. He would go the limit for them. He was a butcher and

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came from the neighborhood around Tulane Avenue between Hagan Avenue [now Jefferson Davis} and Carrollton. Albert never saw anybody "put he mule on" Joe [not pay the band] . RBA heard he would pay the band out of his own pocket and AA agrees. He played drums and trombone, has been dead eight or ten years. Albert sat in with him at the Cadillac on St. Claude near Poland one time -- Raymond was with him and Philly Miller on bass who is dead too. Philly's brother, Teddy Miller, used to play guitar. Teddy was the one who composed "Angry"and "Prunes." (Albert sings "Prunes.") Mr. Allen says he made his first dollar playing music with Teddy at the Rendezvous at Bourbon and St. Peter. Teddy played banjo with Joe Clesi at first and then Joe Loyacano started playing with them and brought his kid brother, Freddie Loyacano to play guitar. [Confused section here?} Joe was playing sax then. Teddy Miller's father was the one man band on canal Street. Mr. Allen used to see him when he was in the Navy in 1945. Johnny Miller and Eddie Miller, the tenor man, aren't re- lated to Teddy. Charlie Miller played trombone with Sharkey [Bonano} in the early 1950's and years ago at the Frolick. The Frolick opened up around the early 1920's. Johnny Miller made some records as the New-Orleans Frolickers, when he was playing at the Fralick.
[Apparently AA thinks that of the Millers only Teddy and Philly are related.]

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After he quit playing, Albert loaned his horn to Johnny Coltraro for two or three years when he was playing at like the Fern. Mr. Allen used to hear Johnny shortly after WWII at the Puppy House. Albert got his horn back and started giving a few sessions at this house about 1950 until they got too big. Charlie Lecompte [sp?], trombone, [Otto] "Coco" [Hymel (check sp)], guitar, Bill Waelde, bass, Stanley Mendelson, piano, used to come. Albert's got some good pictures of Doc Souchon playing guitar, of Raymond, "Katz", Johnny McGee, Bill {Hayden or Heyden] from over the river [i.e., Algiers. RBA] who played piano, clarinet and tenor, and Tony Fougerat, trumpet. Albert thinks Tony was playing at the Famous Door but Mr. Allen says he played with the Last Straws at Pete Fountain's place [temporarily replacing Moose Zanco]. Mupppy Campo, Sharkey, and Leon Prima play at the Famous Door now. Sharkey has Harry Shields on clarinet, Emile Oullibert, Dan LeBlanc [bass] , and Monk [Hazel, drums]. He kept most of Mike Lala's old band. Mike plays Saturday and Sunday nights at Happy Landing. It's Frankie Mann's job. Also he had two nights a week as relief band at the Dream Room.

RBA mentions unusual tunes played at AA's session, e.g., "Brown Eyes, Why Are You Blue.• *top 13.

Tony Fougerat can remember all the old tunes. He likes to drink beer, as do Bill, Henry and August Waelde. Henry used to play nice,

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relaxed guitar at Albert's sessions. Albert played a benefit at the Plum Plant [The American Legion (Gentilly Post) Dance Hall] one time with Alvin [Artigues] on piano, Henry Waelde on guitar, Bill Waelde on bass, Albert, and Raymond. It sounded nice because it has a low tin roof the music bounces off. They had fights there. Mr. Allen used to hear Buck Banville there.

When he played at the Tonti, Sharkey [Bonano] had Roy Montgomery, his nephew, on drums1 Leonce Mello on trombone; Harry Shields on clarinet; and Albert doesn't remember the bass or piano; Leonce's brother,
Manuel Mello, played cornet; Sam [Mello] played drums. Albert played with Sam Mello with Harold Maranto's band. He was supposed to cut a record of "Peculiar Rag"and "Dirty Rag" with them about 1925: Sam on drums, Harold Maranti on piano, Albert on trumpet, Raymond on clarinet, Philly Miller on bass, and someone else he can't remember. They rehearsed at Harold's barber shop. They never did cut the record though. It was just for themselves, i.e., not for commercial issue. Sharkey's band plays "Peculiar Rag" but not like it was written. Norman Brown- lee ' s band was the only one that did. There's a piano part after the introduction that Brownlee used to make.

When Albert quit playing, he went to work for his father who was a rice miller. Albert got in the Fisherman Supply business about twenty years through his brother, Sidney [Artigues]. His family

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has been on Decatur Street since the 1800's. His great-grandfather had a general merchandise store on Decatur. He has varied merchandise in his store. Most of the people who come in are from the country.

Albert plays odd jobs once in a while when someone, such as Johnny McGee, gets in a spot. It's hard to find non-union men. Mr. Allen asks how Albert thinks he should play in an ensemble. Albert says he just plays the way he feels with drive. Generally, the ensemble will play the first chorus, the clarinet man will take it for a chorus, then the trombone, then the piano and ensemble on the last chorus. If you're going real good, you might want to kick it off to an extra chorus. The extra one you really break down. Last night he was playing "Wang Wang Blues" to himself and thought of some things that would have sounded nice with a band. On the last chorus, Albert makes variations on the melody, but he likes to stick to the melody so every- one knows what you're playing. The other day Albert was playing "Tin Roof Blues" when [Percy) "Butz" Massicot, a drummer, walked in. Butz played in the Blue Room with [Leon] Kelner for years.

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* AA adds that Raymond Burke knows many old tunes. AA discusses mutual effect of drive.

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Others present: Richard B. Allen, Paul R. Crawford.

Albert heard of the Fortrneyers, but he didn•t know them very well.

"Katz" (Maestri] played with them and is sure to remember them. Albert thinks they might have played after he quit playing. Albert doesn•t remember the Rosenmeiers or Torn Early.

In [Alfred] "Pansy" Laine's band, there was "Katz" [Maestri] playing drums, Raymond [Burke] playing clarinet, Pansy playing trumpet, and he thinks [Leonce] Mello playing trombone, but he's not sure. Raymond would know. Albert used to sit in with them now and then on Saturday nights over the river at Thornassie's [sp?] after he quit playing regularly. "Pansy" was a character. He composed the "Pluto Blues." One day he and "Katz" went sailing from Biloxi with two girls and the wind blew them far from shore. "Pansy" started blowing his horn and attracted the attention of the people on shore: he could really blow hard. He didn't like to be called "Pansy. AA refers to him as "old Hook."

Albert knew Sidney Arodin and heard him play when Sharkey [Bonano] opened at Pete Herman's Ringside, but was not friendly with him. Sidney was playing clarinet and Harry (Shields] was playing alto sax in "one of ·the sweetest bands I ever heard . . • in this town. Chink [Martin] might have been on bass, and Freddie Newman was on piano. It was one of the only Dixieland bands with three part harmony:

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it was really tight. They didn't read either. The acoustics at Ringside were perfect; it was all padded. Henry Waelde had a good band in there too with his Melon Pickers. Raymond played with the Melon Pickers.

Albert heard [Leon) "Rap" [Roppolo], the clarinetist, play a few times. He played with Paul Mares, the trumpet man, in the [New Orleans] Rhythm Kings for benefits at the Italian Hall and French Union Hall. Albert thinks one of the Brunies, Merritt maybe, played trombone with them. Albert was quite young then. [See discographies.] Merritt and Abbie Brunies have a band in Biloxi, Mississippi, now. Abbie used to play at the Halfway House [and the Budweiser?]. The [New Orleans] Owls played there too. Pinky [Vidacovich] played with them. Albert thinks the Owls and Sharkey's Kings of Dixieland were the best white bands in New Orleans. Johnny Bayersdorffer had a good combo too when he played at the Tokyo Gardens with [Nunzio) "Pete" [check nickname] Scaglione. Leo Adde played [drums] with them. Tom Brown played trombone with them. Later, when J. B. came back from Chicago, AA heard Johnny again and couldn't understand what had happened to him. He got "willie." He had the lip but not the ideas. Mr. Allen says he made one terrific record of "Waffle Man Call" and "I Wonder Where My Easy Rider's Riding Now."

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Another great team·was a colored man named Willie Jackson who used to dance and had a tall Negro playigg with him at an ice cream pavillion across from Tokyo Gardens. Mr. Allen says steve Lewis played with Jackson some and he had a partner named Nooky [check sp] Johnson, but AA does not remember the pianist's name.

Albert didn't know George Brunies, but he knew Abbie Brunies. The Halfway House used to be called Chris's. AA thinks it's torn down now. [No. RBA] Abbie had a good band there. That was one of the first nightclubs in New Orleans outside of Bucktown. Frank Bruning had a night club there. At Bucktown they didn't have any spectacular music. The cabarets were different from those they have today. It would cost you $30 to $40 to get out of Bucktown. It was more drinking than dancing. Frank Pattengill [sp?] opened one of the first 25¢ clubs around the 1920's. AA asks if RBA remembers the Honeysuckle Inn. [Compare Monk Hazel, Reel ?]

There were a few solo piano players around town. They used to hire just a Negro piano man for those "King cake" parties when they were kids. When they got older, they'd hire a band, sometimes putting the "Mule" on the band, i.e., giving them drinks and not paying them. Punch [Miller] used to drink, but he doesn't anymore. He's over 65. Albert heard him playing one carnival day opposite Dixie's. AI Rose asked Albert to bring his horn, but he didn't see AI. Mr. Allen was

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there. "Dixie" [Fasnacht} played a tune or two on her gallery. There was a four piece group with "Slow Drag" [Pavageau] on bass, Manuel Sayles on banjo. He had his horn the other night when he came to
hear PRC's band [at Preservation Hall] but didn't sit in as he didn't know the trumpet player [Jack Bachman].

Albert liked to play as many verses as he knew: play the last two bars, then the verse and then the chorus. Today, they often just play the chorus. Stanley Mendelson heard Albert play "Zero" once and thought it was an arrangement but he was just playing the verses too. Albert thinks a standard should be played like it was written; for example, "Zero," "High Society" or "Muskrat Ramble." Mr. Allen says if you're going to play a tune like "Tin Roof Blues" you should play all the parts. AA agrees and adds, "play it like the [New Orleans] Rhythm Kings made it. . . Give the trombone man the solo that they took. . . Now if you want to put an added chorus like Sharkey does into it . . . that's all right."

The places on Basin Street and Franklin Street were closed before Albert's time. RBA says Monk [Hazel] had a band at the Bienville Roof at Lee Circle; but Albert doesn't know anything about that.
Albert never heard the Original Dixieland Jazz Band with [Nick] LaRocca. Albert thinks when (Papa] Celestin had his band at Tran- china's with [John and Simon] Marrero on bass and guitar, it was a

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better band than when everybody was making such a fuss over him. In later years, Albert didn't like the way Papa's band played. At Tranchina's he didn't have a second trumpet. He played a straight
horn. Sharkey [Bonano] sounds good playing second trumpet. Leon Prima plays a nice lead trumpet.

Albert played on trucks advertising boxing matches but the band didn't play much at the actual match, just about five tunes. This was between rounds and before the fight. (and after?] Albert didn't like to play on trucks or at parades, but played both a few times. In those days there weren't as many musicians to draw from. A piano player like Charlie [Cure?] might end up as a trumpet man in a parade. Albert remembers playing with Charlie.

Going back to the time Albert played with Hilton ("Nappy"] Lamare, it was a make-up band. It was the Durfee brother'-s job, Albert thinks. • • • One Durfee brother played alto sax, one Durfee brother played trombone, one played (drums?). lLester] Bouchon played clarinet with their band. Hilton's about Albert's age -- 54. He has a brother Jimmy Lamare who plays sax. RBA adds that (Eddy? Eddie?] Lamare played piano.

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Artigues, Albert John Jr. (I2317)
 
765 ALBERT FASOLA DIED IN 1957
HIS WIFE IS ANNUNZIATA ALLEGRINI WHO DIED IN 1966
THOSE DATES AND SPELLINGS TAKEN FROM A PICTURE OF THEIR CRYPT IN MAGGIORA ITALY (THE PROVINCE IS NOVARA.) 
Allegrini, Annunziata (I28277)
 
766 ALBERT FASOLA DIED IN 1957
HIS WIFE IS ANNUNZIATA ALLEGRINI WHO DIED IN 1966
THOSE DATES AND SPELLINGS TAKEN FROM A PICTURE OF THEIR CRYPT IN MAGGIORA ITALY (THE PROVINCE IS NOVARA.) 
Fasola, Albert (I28278)
 
767 Albert J. Bendorf Albert J. Bendorf was born December 16, 1830 in Prussia. He came to the U.S. when he was about 15, working as a cook on a cattle boat. His father was a Lutheran minister in Germanyl. There is a town of Bendorf on the Rhine River just southeast of Bonn. On August 2, 1862, he joined the Union forces by enlisting in the 45th. Regiment of the Missouri Militia at Unionville, Missouri, Putman County. On September 30, 1862, he was ordered into active service at St. Johns, Missouri. On November 7, 1862, he was relieved from duty. He married Margaret Hastings, May 8, 1864, in Putman County, Missouri, at the home of her brother, William Hastings by the Justice Peace Daniel Towey. Margaret Hastings Bendorf was born to Francis and Caroline Hastings on March 27,, 1842 in Pickering County, Ohio. She had moved with her parents to Illinois in the 1840's, then later to Missouri in Putman County. After Albert and Margaret's first two children were born, they moved to Miami County, Kansas, along with her parents, some siblings and some in-laws. Over 22 years, they had six boys and four girls. Their children were: Francis, born February 28, 1865, and Richard, born August 2, 1866, both born in York Township, Putman County, Missouri. The other children were Caroline B., born May 2, 1868; Louisa, born December 16, 1874; Henrietta, born March 28, 1878; Jacob born November 21, 1879; Albert, born July 16, 1882; and Katherine, born November 2, 1886. All born the Wea Township, Miami County, Kansas. In May 1886, the Bendorfs bought 80 acres in Wea Township, Miami County. Kansas, for $280. They both lived their lives on this farm. A 13.92 acres timber tract of Albert's is still owned by a grandson, Ray Bendorf. Albert became ill in April, 1895 and on December 19, 1895, three days after his 65th. birthday , passed away at his home, which still stands just northwest of Louisburg, Kansas. After Albert's death, Margaret remained in their home with the remaining children not yet married. Minnie remembers Margaret in her last years as a tall slim woman who always wore black, drove her own buggy, and smoked a small clay pipe she filled from a plug. On January 22, 1904, Margaret passed away at the home and was buried next to Albert in Louisburg cemetery. The Bendorf children were; Francis, who married Cora V. Mayberry on March 5, 1891, Died September 18, 1935, and is buried at Hillsdale, Kansas. Richard, who married Sadie Kitchen on March 20, 1889, died October 19, 1921, and is buried at Dighton, Kansas. Caroline, who married Jake Brocker on February 10, 1890, died November 29, 1938, and is buried at Louisburg, Kansas. Frederick, who married Allie M. Walters, September 4, 1895, died May 26, 1930, and is buried in Hillsdale, Kansas. Charles, who married Alice Forner, March 9, 1904, died October 15, 1933, and is buried at Paola, Kansas. Lousia, who married Earl H. Wilson, August 21, 1918, Died November 17, 1924, and is buried at Louisburg, Kansas. Henrietta, who married Dave Morgan, February 11. 1902. and died May 9, 1920, and is buried at Louisburg, Kansas. Jacob, who married Martha Whitmore, January 20, 1920, died November 18, 1958, and is buried at Louisburg, Kansas. Albert, who married Anna Doering, February 10, 1910, died November 18, 1946, and is buried at Louisburg, Kansas. Katherine, who married Robert Guy Horchem, March18, 1914, died December3, 1949, and is buried at Ransom, Kansas. Ray Bendorf--Swan River Museum Book of Family Histories and Stories of Miami County, Kansas
 
Bendorf, Albert J. (I7634)
 
768 Albert Vitter Sr. and his future wife Marie Artigues grew up just a few blocks apart on Baronne Street.

See notes for wife Marie Berthe Artigues. 
Vitter, Albert Leopold Sr. (I13)
 
769 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F247
 
770 Alexandro Estevan Octavio Cavelier (Antonio and Juana Carlota Sophia de GrandPre, Natives and residents of this city), baptized Sep. 10, 1823, born July 13, 1823, pgp. Antonio Dauphin Cavelier and Francisca Carriere, mgp. Cabs de GrandPre, dec., colonel of the armies of His Catholic Majesty, former govenor of the city of Baton Rouge in the time of Spanish rule, and Helena Page, sponcers: Estevan Trepagnier and Maria Luisa Poree. (SLC, B33, p.66)

1851 New Orleans City Directory
Cavelier Octave 181 Royal [SmithG.FTW]

Alexandro Estevan Octavio Cavelier (Antonio and Juana Carlota Sophia de GrandPre, Natives and residents of this city), baptized Sep. 10, 1823, born July 13, 1823, pgp. Antonio Dauphin Cavelier and Francisca Carriere, mgp. Cabs de GrandPre, dec., colonel of the armies of His Catholic Majesty, former govenor of the city of Baton Rouge in the time of Spanish rule, and Helena Page, sponcers: Estevan Trepagnier and Maria Luisa Poree. (SLC, B33, p.66)

1851 New Orleans City Directory
Cavelier Octave 181 Royal 
Cavelier, Alexandre Octave (I11196)
 
771 Alfred Benjamin Craig was 43 years older than Nina. Family F7337
 
772 Alice Delphine Davie Millikin (1857–1910) was born in Bolivar, NY on May 16, 1857, the daughter of Charles Benson and Clarissa Davie. It was in Bolivar that Alice first met and later married William Henry Millikin, who was involved in the oil industry there. A couple years after their marriage, the family relocated to Bowling Green, Ohio, as the Wood county oil fields became active. Their family consisted of Carrie (Mrs. William Wilke), Mary (Mrs. Ross Parker), Grace (Mrs. Fred Uhlman), and Charles William. She died after a long illness on May 27, 1910. Davie, Alice Delphine (I26731)
 
773 Alice M. Ferran
1924 - 2013
Alice M. Ferran, age 88, passed away on Monday, August 19, 2013. Ms. Ferran was a native of New Orleans, LA and a resident of Kennesaw, GA for the past 7 years. Beloved mother of Patrick O'Shea (wife, Adrienne), Sean O'Shea and the late Roberta McClain. Grandmother of Kaye Jabren, Jessica Kilinski, Sean and Ryan O'Shea. Also survived by 5 great grandsons. Daughter of the late Charles and Dolores Ferran. Ms. Ferran was a graduate of Dominican High School. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the visitation at Leitz-Eagan Funeral Home, 4747 Veterans Blvd., near Clearview Pkwy., in Metairie, LA on Thursday morning, August 22, 2013 beginning at 9:00 AM with a funeral service to follow at 11:00 AM in Leitz-Eagan Funeral Home's chapel. Interment will be in Metairie Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be sent to the American Cancer Society or to the Humane Society. The online guestbook is available at www.leitzeaganfuneralhome.com.
Published online on Tue Aug 20 2013 00:00:00 GMT+0000 courtesy of Dignity Memorial. 
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774 Alleghenyville is a census-designated place in Brecknock Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania. It is located near the Lancaster County line, and is served by the Governor Mifflin School District. As of the 2010 census the population was 1,134. Weber (Weaver), Heinrich (I26119)
 
775 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Hookstra, James Steven (I6197)
 
776 Alsace-Lorraine, France Gouvion, Etienne (I11082)
 
777 also known as anthony and tony 1900-transcribed as Tom polish/german descent Hoffmann, Anton (I38471)
 
778 Also, known as Margaret or Maggie. Yoder, Magdaline Catherine (I458)
 
779 Alstadt, Germany Youngblood, Elizabeth (I5552)
 
780 Alstadt, Germany Youngblood, Charles (I5553)
 
781 Alstadt, Germany Youngblood, Mary (I5556)
 
782 Alstadt, Near Hachenburg in massovia, Germany Youngblood, Helena (I5554)
 
783 Alstadt, Near Hachenburg in massovia, Germany Youngblood, Anna (I5555)
 
784 Alta Loma, Galveston Co., Texas Schuld, Albert E. (I5308)
 
785 Alta Loma, Galveston Co., Texas Elgin, Elizabeth (I5309)
 
786 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Weibe, Doris (I1652)
 
787 American history legend from the voyage of the Mayflower and founding of Plymouth Rock in 1620.
American history legend from the voyage of the Mayflower and founding of Plymouth Rock in 1620.
When American children discover John Holland, they learn of the Pilgrims, Plymouth Rock, and the first Thanksgiving. The Pilgrims' leader Governor William Bradford wrote a first hand account of the Pilgrim history from 1620 to 1647. This account was first published in 1952, and is considered one of the best first hand accounts of any kind on American history. In Bradford's account of the voyage over on the Mayflower, he tells of how John Howland washed overboard in violent storm. Howland was about 14 years of age at the time.  [Correction added by Jeff Vitter: He was actually about 28 years old. His gravestone documents that he was over 80 years old when he died in 1672.]  Howland was able to grab some ropes from the sails and gradually pull himself back on board the ship. This event and Bradford's account of it made John Howland a legend. Howland's name and account has been published in hundreds of publications and in school history books. As myths can grow, the story had changed that he had died and was the first pilgrim to die, thus the oldest burial in the Plymouth cemetery, Burial Hill. In fact, he survived, married and had a number of children with Elizabeth (Tilley) Howland, and lived to 80 plus, according to his grave stone. His grave stone also states from Plymouth records that he was the last male to die from the original pilgrims of the Mayflower. 
Howland, John (I25328)
 
788 Amy Virginia Carter Vandine
JULY 10, 1917 – NOVEMBER 23, 2010
Mrs. Amy Virginia Carter Vandine, 93, a resident of Brunswick, died Tuesday 10/23/10 at Hospice of the Golden Isles in Brunswick. Mrs. Vandine was a native of Washington, D.C. and had been a resident of Glynn County for the past 19 years. She was a member of the First Baptist Church of St. Simons. Survivors are three daughters, Joan C. Cone of Brunswick, Sandra Lee Milheim of Houston, Texas and Sharon Lauersdorf of St. Simons Island, a son, Harold Forrest Sowders of Atlanta, Ga., 15 grandchildren, several great grandchildren and several great great grandchildren Memorial Services and burial will be held at a later date in Texas. The family request contributions to the First Baptist Church of St. Simons Island. Edo Miller and Sons Funeral Home in charge of arrangements 
Carter, Amy Virginia (I29365)
 
789 An Automobile Alexander, Brooks Dwayne (I19346)
 
790 Andre arrived in New France in 1641 to serve on the delaTour concession in New Brunswick. He returnrd to France in1645, after d'Aulnay took over, but came back after delaTour was reestablished. [SmithG.FTW]

Andre arrived in New France in 1641 to serve on the delaTour concession in New Brunswick. He returnrd to France in1645, after d'Aulnay took over, but came back after delaTour was reestablished. 
Bernard, André (I11144)
 
791 ANDREW KAUFFMAN ( -1743) md. twice. His last wife,
Elizabeth Kneissle, died about 1759. He came from Friesenheim, in Oberamt of Neustadt, Palatinate, where he is recorded as a Mennonite in 1716. Presumably he is Andreas Kaufman, the "hosenstriker," or trouser-knitter, mentioned at Steffisburg, Switzerland. To Friesen­ heim, or Frieze cloth town, no doubt he went to ply his trade. He left Rotterdam, Holland, in early part of June, 1717, and arrived in Phila­ delphia in September and located on 200 acres of land adjoining Isaac Kauffman on the west. This was part of the 5000-acre blanket warrant granted to Hans Herr and Martin Kendig on Sept. 27, 1717. This 200-acre tract was surveyed Saturday, May 31, 1718. On the same day John Witmer's 200 acres which adjoined Andrew Kauffman on the west and Michael Miller's 300 acres on the north were surveyed. It may be noted here that on Monday, June 2, 1718, Michael Kauffman's heirs had 500 acres surveyed at Landisville. Henry Musselman had 200 acres adjoining surveyed on same day. Andrew Kauffman appears on the tax list of 1718 for Conestoga Manor for 12 shillings. He was among those naturalized in 1727. When Isaac Kauffman, his neighbor on the east, died intestate in 1737, Andrew Kauffman, Isaac Kauffman's widow, Elizabeth, and Melchior Erisman, were bonded Jan. 8, 1738, to administer Isaac Kauffman's estate.

Andrew Kauffman's homestead is situated in the southwest cor­
ner of the road leading off the Lincoln Highway towards Millersville. The walled-in graveyard containing him and a son and grandchildren was ruthlessly demolished by the present owner in 1937. Prior to his death, he acquired 464 acres of land additional, which was parceled out to his four sons. His will is marked A KM but the clerk wrote Andrew Cofman. His will mentions but two sons, however, the deeds name twelve children. His will and inventory of property are already listed. His children were Christian; Andrew, who got the original homestead; John; Jacob; Michael; Isaac; Anna, wife of Alexander Stockslegel; Elizabeth, wife of Christian Meyer; Mary, wife of Christian Shenk; Barbara, wife of Michael Shenk; Magdalena, wife of John Correl; and Veronica, wife of Jacob Witmer. 
Kauffman, Andreas (I29868)
 
792 Andy and Ruth Steele eloped. Family F1509
 
793 Ann Calvert was the daughter of Governor Leonard Calvert, and niece of Cecilius Lord Baltimore.

In 1661 William Calvert recovered land as the son and heir of Gov. Leonard Calvert in an action of ejectment brought against Thomas Stone (Liber S, folio 459), and in 1664 Gov. Charles Calvert writes to his father Cecilius that his cousin William Calvert's sister has arrived and that he is on the lookout for a good match for her (Calvert Papers I, 244, 247). Lord Baltimore and Philip Calvert had no other niece than the daughter of their brother Leonard. (Maryland Historical Magazine, Vol. 1 (1906), p. 66-73.)
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Ann Calvert was the daughter of Governor Leonard Calvert, and niece of Cecilius Lord Baltimore.

In 1661 William Calvert recovered land as the son and heir of Gov. Leonard Calvert in an action of ejectment brought against Thomas Stone (Liber S, folio 459), and in 1664 Gov. Charles Calvert writes to his father Cecilius that his cousin William Calvert's sister has arrived and that he is on the lookout for a good match for her (Calvert Papers I, 244, 247). Lord Baltimore and Philip Calvert had no other niece than the daughter of their brother Leonard. (Maryland Historical Magazine, Vol. 1 (1906), p. 66-73.)
 
Calvert, Anne (I11050)
 
794 Ann's nephew Henry Samson (or Sampson) (son of her sister Martha) and niece Humility Cooper (daughter of her brother Robert) accompanied Ann and Edward on the Mayflower. Humility returned to England afterward and died soon thereafter, and Henry remained in the USA and he and his wife Ann (née Plummer) Samson had nine children, dying 3 January 1685 at age 81. Cooper, Agnes (I49188)
 
795 Anna died from acute congestive heart failure. Howe, Anna Laura (I16929)
 
796 Anna Eicher Family F35690
 
797 Anna M. Jarmon died Friday, July 15, 1994, at Converse County Memorial Hospital. She was the daughter of John Jacob "Jake" and Mary Magdalena "Lena" (Junger) Riehle. She moved with her family to Wyoming in 1917 and they homesteaded in the Dry Creek community north of Douglas. She received her education from the country school near the homestead. She married Gerald A. Ford in Douglas on April 6, 1934. He died June 3, 1943. She was then married to Roy Jarmon on March 25, 1947, in Mitchell, Nebraska. He died on Jan. 10, 1977. They were involved in ranching in Converse County. She is survived by a sister, Mary Steinle of Douglas; brothers, August Riehle of Douglas, Raymond Riehle of Harrisburg, Penn., and George Riehle of Douglas; and numerous nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents, her two husbands, two brothers and two sisters. (Information was obtained from her obituary and cemetery records.) Riehle, Anna M. (I30816)
 
798 Anna was A. L. Vitter, Jr.'s maiden great aunt who died when he was about 8 years old. He remembers that she made wonderful orange cakes. Anna kept in touch with Alice, who was estranged from the family after an argument. Alice reconciled with her mother prior to her death, and Anna and her mother attended t he funeral of Alice, according to Adrienne Escousse Clark, a grand niece of Anna and cousin of ALV Jr. Hofeline, Anna (I49926)
 
799 Annie Alioto (Dominic Tomacci's stepsister) married Albert R. Blaisdell, and Helen Tomacci (Dominic's half-sister) married Albert's son Carmelo "Carl Anthony" Blaisdell! Tomacci, Dominic (I48166)
 
800 Annie Alioto (Peter Tomacci's stepsister) married Albert R. Blaisdell, and Helen Tomacci (Peter's half-sister) married Albert's son Carmelo "Carl Anthony" Blaisdell! Tomacci, Peter (I33916)
 
801 Annie Alioto (Peter Tomacci's stepsister) married Albert R. Blaisdell, and Helen Tomacci (Peter's half-sister) married Albert's son Carmelo "Carl Anthony" Blaisdell! Blaisdell, Carmello R. "Carl Anthony" (I51633)
 
802 Annie Alioto (Peter Tomacci's stepsister) married Albert R. Blaisdell, and Helen Tomacci (Peter's half-sister) married Albert's son Carmelo "Carl Anthony" Blaisdell! Tomacci, Helen (I48165)
 
803 Annie Alioto (Peter Tomacci's stepsister) married Albert R. Blaisdell, and Helen Tomacci (Peter's half-sister) married Albert's son Carmelo "Carl Anthony" Blaisdell! Blaisdell, Albert Roswell (I51623)
 
804 Antioch Cemetery (75th & Antioch) Mitchell, Raymond Allen (I22768)
 
805 Antioch Cemetery, Richland Township, Miami County, Kansas. Mast, Martha Ellen (I701)
 
806 Antioch Cemetery, Richland Township, Miami County, Kansas. Ruhmkorf, William (I709)
 
807 Antioch Cemetery. Mitchell, Gerald Morgan (I22112)
 
808 Aqualeguas, Mexico Canales, Rosa Esequia (I5199)
 
809 Arette, Oloron-Sainte-Marie-1, Oloron-Sainte-Marie, Pyrénées-Atlantiques, Nouvelle-Aquitaine, France Barthou, Grégoire (I16965)
 
810 Argentine, Kansas City, Kansas. Family F35
 
811 Armand and Constance owned the Magnolia Mound Plantation of Baton Rouge.

Armand had been an aide to Lafayette during the American Revolution.

The Duplantier family traces its
heritage back to Armand's father, Joseph Allard DuPlantier, (1721-1801), who
played a very active role during the French Revolution as a delegate from the
Dauphine region to the National Assembly. 
Duplantier, Gabriel Armand Allard (I34239)
 
812 Arnold Moore Funeral Service Ballard, Tishey Alice (I14573)
 
813 Arnold Moore Funeral Service Fugate, Sgt Francis Richard "Pat" (I16282)
 
814 Around 1838, at the age of 20, Henry (Johann Henrich) Riecke came to New Orleans. He emigrated from a small farming community, Buttler Siele, Dedesdorf, Grand Duchy Oldenberg, Germany with his brother Carsten William (Wilhelm) Riecke. Carsten stayed in NY. He changed his name to Riecks. (see letter dated 11/21/1890)
Based on information from the New Orleans City Directories, Henry was a grocer on Roman St. from 1853 to about 1860.
The 1860 Census (M653\417\163) has him as a teamster, with a real estate value of $1000 and a personal estate of $200.
In November 1854 when John Henry was born Henry was a grocer, age they lived October 1864, the time of John Henry's death they lived at Loqust St.. From 1868 to the time of his death in 1890, Henry is listed as a cartman or driver in the city directories.
The 1870 Census (M593\522\607a) Henry's occupation as a Distiller. His family living with him were his wife Mary(35), Mathilda(14), George(12), Theresa(10), Lulu (Louisa(8), Lizzie (Elizabeth(4) and Henrietta(2 mths).
The 1880 Census (ward 5, pg.268a)has him as a Tanner. Mary(43),his wife, Mary Mathilda(24) and her husband, Salvador(28) Gabrielle( and sons, John(4) and Edward(2), George(22), his wife Louisa(20) and daughter Louisa(6mths), Theresa(19), Louisa(17), Lizzie(Elizabeth 13) and Henrietta(9) all lived with him.
Henry lived at 240 Dauphine street at the time of his death. Henry's funeral was at 240 Dauphine St. and he was buried in Lafayette Cemetery #2, on Washington Ave. between S. Saratoga & Loyola Sts. in New Orleans. The burial plot is at the end of main (middle) road, 4th from last plot on the right. He was 72 years old and had lived in New Orleans for 52 years.

The following is from the New Orleans City Directories.
1853 - Henry Riecke - #6 Edward, grocer
H. Riecke - Carondelet Walk (between Derogny and Roman)
1855 - H. Riecke - Roman, corner Heria, grocer
Mrs. H. Riecke - 39 Piety
1859 - H. Riecke - Roman, corner Lafayette, grocer
1860 - H. Riecke - Roman, corner Lafayette, grocer
1861 - H. Riecke - Roman, corner Lafayette, grocer
1866 - H. Riecke - Roman, corner Lafayette, grocer
1868 - Henry Riecks (?) - St. Claude, cartman
1873 - Henry Riecke - Union (between St. Claude & Rampart),
wagon driver
1874 - Henry Riecke - Union (between St. Claude & Rampart),
wagon driver
1875 - Henry Riecke - 76 Union (3rd District), driver
1880 - Henry Riecke - 93 N. Roman, Gardner
1886 - Henry Riecke - 98 Ursuline, laborer
1890 - Henry Riecke - 113 Union (3rd District), driver

The New Orleans Times
RIECKE - On Wednesday, Au. 27, 1890, at 7:10 a. m. in his 72nd year, HENRY RIECKE, a native of Oldenburg, Germany, and a resident of this city for the fifty-two years.
Friends and acquaintances, also those of his son, Geo. Riecke, and his son-in-law, Ben Mesina, and Salvadore Gabriel and Charles Lettelier, are respectfully invited to attend the funeral, which will take place This (Thursday) Evening at 3 o'clock, from his late residance 240 Dauphine street.
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Around 1838, at the age of 20, Henry (Johann Henrich) Riecke came to New Orleans. He emigrated from a small farming community, Buttler Siele, Dedesdorf, Grand Duchy Oldenberg, Germany with his brother Carsten William (Wilhelm) Riecke. Carsten stayed in NY. He changed his name to Riecks. (see letter dated 11/21/1890)
Based on information from the New Orleans City Directories, Henry was a grocer on Roman St. from 1853 to about 1860.
The 1860 Census (M653\417\163) has him as a teamster, with a real estate value of $1000 and a personal estate of $200.
In November 1854 when John Henry was born Henry was a grocer, age they lived October 1864, the time of John Henry's death they lived at Loqust St.. From 1868 to the time of his death in 1890, Henry is listed as a cartman or driver in the city directories.
The 1870 Census (M593\522\607a) Henry's occupation as a Distiller. His family living with him were his wife Mary(35), Mathilda(14), George(12), Theresa(10), Lulu (Louisa(8), Lizzie (Elizabeth(4) and Henrietta(2 mths).
The 1880 Census (ward 5, pg.268a)has him as a Tanner. Mary(43),his wife, Mary Mathilda(24) and her husband, Salvador(28) Gabrielle( and sons, John(4) and Edward(2), George(22), his wife Louisa(20) and daughter Louisa(6mths), Theresa(19), Louisa(17), Lizzie(Elizabeth 13) and Henrietta(9) all lived with him.
Henry lived at 240 Dauphine street at the time of his death. Henry's funeral was at 240 Dauphine St. and he was buried in Lafayette Cemetery #2, on Washington Ave. between S. Saratoga & Loyola Sts. in New Orleans. The burial plot is at the end of main (middle) road, 4th from last plot on the right. He was 72 years old and had lived in New Orleans for 52 years.

The following is from the New Orleans City Directories.
1853 - Henry Riecke - #6 Edward, grocer
H. Riecke - Carondelet Walk (between Derogny and Roman)
1855 - H. Riecke - Roman, corner Heria, grocer
Mrs. H. Riecke - 39 Piety
1859 - H. Riecke - Roman, corner Lafayette, grocer
1860 - H. Riecke - Roman, corner Lafayette, grocer
1861 - H. Riecke - Roman, corner Lafayette, grocer
1866 - H. Riecke - Roman, corner Lafayette, grocer
1868 - Henry Riecks (?) - St. Claude, cartman
1873 - Henry Riecke - Union (between St. Claude & Rampart),
wagon driver
1874 - Henry Riecke - Union (between St. Claude & Rampart),
wagon driver
1875 - Henry Riecke - 76 Union (3rd District), driver
1880 - Henry Riecke - 93 N. Roman, Gardner
1886 - Henry Riecke - 98 Ursuline, laborer
1890 - Henry Riecke - 113 Union (3rd District), driver

The New Orleans Times
RIECKE - On Wednesday, Au. 27, 1890, at 7:10 a. m. in his 72nd year, HENRY RIECKE, a native of Oldenburg, Germany, and a resident of this city for the fifty-two years.
Friends and acquaintances, also those of his son, Geo. Riecke, and his son-in-law, Ben Mesina, and Salvadore Gabriel and Charles Lettelier, are respectfully invited to attend the funeral, which will take place This (Thursday) Evening at 3 o'clock, from his late residance 240 Dauphine street. 
Riecke, Heinrich (I10112)
 
815 Arrived in 1550 with dogs (Chesapeake Bay Retrievers) and kids. Became permanent citizens of Maryland. It should be noted that Robert Brooke and 7 of his descendants in the male line served in the Maryland Assembly.
(Biographical Dictionary of the Maryland Legislature, 1635-1789, by Edward C. Papenfuse, 2 vols, New York: The John Hopkins University Press)

Robert Brooke arrived in Maryland 30 June 1650, with his second wife Mary, his ten (10) children; Barker, Thomas, Charles, Roger, Robert, John, William, Francis, Mary, and Anna Brooke, and 28 servants, all transported at his own ex pence .
(Maryland Land Office, Liber 1, folio 165-166.)

In Gust Skordes' "Early Settlers of Maryland", pg.62. -
Brooke, Robert, Esq., Liber Q, Folio 446, Aggres to immigrate with his wife, 8sons and family in 1649.
Brooke, Robert, Liber 1, Folio 165, Immigrated 1650 with wife, ten children, 21 men servants and
7 maid servants.

Robert Brooke, with his two sons, Baker and Thomas, took the oath of fidelity to the Proprietary,
22 July 1650.
(Maryland Archives, iii, 256.)

He took the oath of office as a member of the Council of Maryland, 22 July 1650 (Maryland Archives, iii, 237, 240, 256)

Robert was constituted the Commander when Charles County was erected, 30 October 1650. (Maryland Archives, iii, 259) When Maryland was reduced in size, in 1652, by the Parliamentary Commissioners, he was placed at the head of the provisional council instituted by them, and served from 29 March until 3 July 1652. (Maryland Archives, iii, 271-276)

He was a member of the council and the commander of Charles County until 3 July 1654, when an order was passed revoking his commission and nullifying the act of erecting the county, in place a new county was erected, called Calvert County. (Maryland Archives, iii, 308)

According to the Brooke Family Record; "He was the first that did seat the Patuxent, about 20 miles up the river at De la Brooke, and had one son there, born in 1651, called Basil, who died the same day. In 1652 he removed to Brooke Place, being right against De la Brooke; and on the 28th of November, 1655, between 3 & 4 o'clock in the afternoon, had two children, Eliza and Henry, twins. He departed this world on the 20th day of 1655, and lieth buried at Brooke Place Manor; and his wife, Mary Brooke, departed this life the 29th November 1663." (Maryland Historical Magazine, Vol. 1 (1906), p. 66-73.)

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Arrived in 1550 with dogs (Chesapeake Bay Retrievers) and kids. Became permanent citizens of Maryland. It should be noted that Robert Brooke and 7 of his descendants in the male line served in the Maryland Assembly.
(Biographical Dictionary of the Maryland Legislature, 1635-1789, by Edward C. Papenfuse, 2 vols, New York: The John Hopkins University Press)

Robert Brooke arrived in Maryland 30 June 1650, with his second wife Mary, his ten (10) children; Barker, Thomas, Charles, Roger, Robert, John, William, Francis, Mary, and Anna Brooke, and 28 servants, all transported at his own ex pence .
(Maryland Land Office, Liber 1, folio 165-166.)

In Gust Skordes' "Early Settlers of Maryland", pg.62. -
Brooke, Robert, Esq., Liber Q, Folio 446, Aggres to immigrate with his wife, 8sons and family in 1649.
Brooke, Robert, Liber 1, Folio 165, Immigrated 1650 with wife, ten children, 21 men servants and
7 maid servants.

Robert Brooke, with his two sons, Baker and Thomas, took the oath of fidelity to the Proprietary,
22 July 1650.
(Maryland Archives, iii, 256.)

He took the oath of office as a member of the Council of Maryland, 22 July 1650 (Maryland Archives, iii, 237, 240, 256)

Robert was constituted the Commander when Charles County was erected, 30 October 1650. (Maryland Archives, iii, 259) When Maryland was reduced in size, in 1652, by the Parliamentary Commissioners, he was placed at the head of the provisional council instituted by them, and served from 29 March until 3 July 1652. (Maryland Archives, iii, 271-276)

He was a member of the council and the commander of Charles County until 3 July 1654, when an order was passed revoking his commission and nullifying the act of erecting the county, in place a new county was erected, called Calvert County. (Maryland Archives, iii, 308)

According to the Brooke Family Record; "He was the first that did seat the Patuxent, about 20 miles up the river at De la Brooke, and had one son there, born in 1651, called Basil, who died the same day. In 1652 he removed to Brooke Place, being right against De la Brooke; and on the 28th of November, 1655, between 3 & 4 o'clock in the afternoon, had two children, Eliza and Henry, twins. He departed this world on the 20th day of 1655, and lieth buried at Brooke Place Manor; and his wife, Mary Brooke, departed this life the 29th November 1663." (Maryland Historical Magazine, Vol. 1 (1906), p. 66-73.)
 
Brooke, Gov. Robert (I11051)
 
816 Arrived in Clerval in May 1799. He qualified as a former military member in his naturalization request in 1833.

Jean Pierre Vitter (vitter@wanadoo.fr) in Les Issambres, France (near St. Tropez) has compiled two wonderful histories en français of Vitter Family genealogy (but easily translated, e.g., using Google Translate). They are available online at https://vitter.org/Genealogy/Documents/JeanPierreVitterBook.pdf and https://vitter.org/Genealogy/Documents/JeanPierreVitterBook2.pdf. The first is called "A tous les Vitter du Monde." He traces Hérard Vitter, before his move to Clerval, France in the 1700s, back to either the Souabe (Schwaben) area, just to the north of Schaffhouse in Switzerland, or to north of the Rhine in Germany. The big question that remained was exactly where Hérard came from. Jean-Pierre has separately told me of a family legend of two brothers who came to France. One stayed (conceivably Hérard), and the other went to Galapagos. Jean Pierre Vitter put together a second manuscript in December 2019 entitled "Le sang qui coule dans nos veines," in which he disclosed that the actual place Hérard came from was Bietingen (near Gottmadingen), Germany, near the Swiss border just north of the Rhine, as detailed further below. And the name of the family in Germany was Wider. Through Jean-Pierre's research, we have now discovered hundreds of Wider relatives (and even connections going back to Pépin le Bref and Charlemagne!).

There are well over one hundred other Vitters in France who are descendants from a line of Vitters living in the Ardennes region in France. They are rumored to be related to the Vitters of Clerval, according to family legends, but no one has yet discovered the link. Jean Pierre Vitter's discovery in 2019 that the ancestors of Hérard Vitter were named Wider in Bietingen, Germany suggests that the Ardennes lines of Vitters are perhaps not related to the Vitters of Clerval. Only some of the Vitter family from Ardennes are included in this family tree. However, you can find them on the web at http://gw.geneanet.org/mickrix1 or by contacting Michel Vitter, mick.rix@wanadoo.fr. (Note: Michel Vitter passed away circa 2011.)

From Hérard's act of marriage:
Mathieu et Ursule JAKUELIN sont domiciliés dans la commune de Sieclen (Bueclen) canton de Schaffouse.

From his marriage act:
« Biethiruge, canton de Chafferesse, Suenchingen »

From his application for French citizenship:
« Süenchingen » Biethiruge, canton de Schaffhouse (Bade)

Acte de décès : Hérard est dit originaire d'Autriche. Pour l'Autriche il s’agit sans doute de « l'Autriche Antérieure »:

L'expression est souvent utilisée comme synonyme de "pays antérieurs habsbourgeois" pour désigner l'ensemble des possessions des Habsbourg à l'ouest de l'Arlberg et du col de Fern, y compris les territoires sis en Suisse, Souabe, Brisgau et Alsace, par opposition à leurs biens d'Autriche proprement dite, jusqu'au Tyrol y compris (Wikipedia).

There was no connection to the Kanton Schaffhausen in Switzerland. But Jean Pierre Vitter determined that the birthplace referred to the following nearby location in Germany: Bietingen (Gottmadingen).

Bietingen se situe à la frontière suisse, à mi-chemin entre les villes de
Schaffhouse et Singen (Hohentwiel). Le plus grand passage frontalier routier
entre l’Allemagne et la Suisse dans le cadre de la liaison Stuttgart-Zurich.
Environ 1100 m à l'ouest de l'église du village se trouvent dans une zone
forestière, les vestiges du complexe de haute montagne Kapf. Que ce soit un
château néolithique, un âge de bronze ou un château d'urnfeldfeldzeitzeitliche est
encore peu claire. Bietingen apparaît pour la première fois en 892 en tant que
villa quadicitur Puatinga dans un document. Les monastères St. Blasien dans la
Forêt-Noire et Rheinau avaient déjà leur terre à Bietingen. Une partie de celle-ci
a acquis la ville de Schaffhouse au 17ème siècle. Les seigneurs de Stoffeln furent,
du XIVe siècle jusqu'en 1579, huissiers de justice des monastères de Saint-
Blasien et de Petershausen, seigneurs de Bietingen, interrompus par un bref délai
de soutien au commandant de l'ordre teutonique à Mainau au XVIe siècle. De
1579 jusqu'à la médiatisation de 1806, Bietingen est tombé en héritage au
Hornsteiner. En 1806, le village vint d'abord dans le Wurtemberg, de 1810 à
Baden. En 1974, l'incorporation après Gottmadingen (Wikipedia).

Besides the Vitters who emigrated to New Orleans in the 1800s and spread from there, there are many Vitters listed elsewhere in the U.S. For example, in the 1930 census there are well over 200 Vitters listed all across the U.S. who are apparently not from Louisiana roots.

Some of the ones listed from Illinois include Harry Vitter (1881, born Illinois) and wife Mary Vitter (1883), Nonie Vitter (1876, born Germany) and daughter Marion Vitter (1902), Lloyd Vitter (1882, born Nebraska) and wife Sylvia Vitter (1881), Thomas Vitter (1864, born Illinois) and wife Marie Vitter (1870), Edwin H. Vitter (1892, born Illinois) and wife Rosalie Vitter (1892) and son Edwin J. Vitter (1929), Albert Vitter (1890, Born Illinois) and wife Coral Vitter (1890) and son Albert Vitter (1917), Harry Vitter (1899, born Illinois) and wife Josephine Vitter (1894) and son Harry Vitter (1927) and relative Charley Vitter (1897), Arthur C. Vitter (1893, born Illinois) and wife Mable O. Vitter (1891) and son Daniel A. Vitter (1928), Sylves G. Vitter (1903, born Illinois) and wife Dorothea L. Vitter (1905), Cosomo Vitter (1896, born Italy) and wife Lucia (1898) and daughters Carmela (1921) and Giuseppa (1927), Albert Vitter (1866, born Iowa) and wife Mary Vitter (1876) and daughters Elnora M. Vitter (1907) and Marie A. Vitter (1908).

There are even more Vitters listed in the states of New Jersey and New York, and lesser numbers listed in Alabana, Arkansas, California,, Colorado, Delaware, Georgia, Kentucky, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Montana, Nebraska, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, Washington, and West Virginia. Among those, only John D. Vitter (1898) with wife Hazel A. Vitter (1904) is listed as born in Louisiana.

Le nom de WIDER a été francisé en VITTER par Hérard lors de son mariage le 11 novembre 1799. Il était depuis 6 mois à Clerval en provenance de Bietingen, commune Allemande frontalière du canton Suisse de Schaffhouse. La légende familiale dit qu'il était, avec son frère, en route pour les USA et qu'il a rencontré l'amour sur son chemin ! 
Vitter, Hérard (I1906)
 
817 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Weaver, Georgia Elfreida (I997)
 
818 Arthur died at the V.A. Hospital in Leavenworth, Kansas.

Arthur and Georgia did not have any children. 
Koelsch, Arthur Bernhard (I1038)
 
819 Arthur had three sons, who moved to Stewart County Tennessee.  Joshua, Esau and one other,  per Lawrence Saunders, Stewart County genealogist. Whitehurst, Sir Arthur Sr. (I27058)
 
820 Arthur O. Schott, Louisiana's Official Baseball Historian for more than 40 years, passed away peacefully on May 27, 2016, just one month shy of his 98th birthday (July 9, 1918). At the moment his life ended, Schott was comfortably and lovingly surrounded at his bedside by his wife of nearly 68 years, Mary Grinnen Schott, and their seven sons. Schott was born and raised in New Orleans, and for more than 80 years of his life was a combination of baseball historian, statistician, raconteur, and foremost authority on all things baseball, both major league and minor league, including the original New Orleans (baseball) Pelicans. In 1973, the Governor proclaimed Schott to be the official Baseball Historian for the State of Louisiana. Although baseball was Schott's passion, it was only a hobby from which he received little income for writing baseball columns, including one entitled "A Schott from the Bleachers," for New Orleans newspapers, such as the Times-Picayune, the States Item, and the Clarion Herald. Although Schott was awarded a lifetime pass to attend all minor league baseball games anywhere in the country, he never took advantage of the privilege, choosing instead to always pay for his tickets in support of the game. So vast was Schott's knowledge of and ability to quickly recall baseball facts and statistics, he was often called at all hours at his home to answer questions about baseball, including, many times, by bar patrons asking him to settle a bet over some obscure baseball fact for which they turned to Schott for a quick and definitive answer. Schott was a member of the Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame, the Sugar Bowl Hall of Fame, the Diamond Club of Greater New Orleans Hall of Fame, and the Greater New Orleans Professional Baseball Hall of Fame, and he also served as President of the Diamond Club of Greater of New Orleans. He was a founding member of the New Orleans chapter of the Society for American Baseball Research, an international organization whose members are devoted to baseball history, research, and statistics. The New Orleans Zephyrs awarded Schott a Community Service Award for his work preserving the history of New Orleans professional baseball, and he was awarded the Louisiana Sports Writers' Association Distinguished Service Award in Sports Journalism. Schott's home included several rooms devoted to baseball publications, memorabilia, and collectibles, including one room nicknamed "Cooperstown, Jr.," after the baseball hall of fame and museum in Cooperstown, New York. Schott's "museum" contains thousands of baseball items, such as rare books and paraphernalia dating back to 1871, when baseball began in this country. Besides baseball, Schott was a third generation member of the family that started the Schott meat packing company, known as "Schott and Company, Incorporated," which did business and employed several hundred persons in New Orleans for over a century, beginning in 1879. In 1985, the company's property on Poydras Street, across from the Superdome, was sold to a land development company, and the business and its special formulas, ingredients, and recipes, including those for ham, sausage, and chili, were sold to a competitor. Schott graduated from Jesuit High School in 1936 and attended Loyola University before World War II. During World War II, Schott served honorably in the United States Army from January, 1942, until August, 1945. He was stationed in the Pacific Theater, mostly in the Philippines and New Guinea. At one time, while on a transport ship in the Pacific Ocean, his ship was attacked by a Japanese pilot, forcing Schott and the other survivors to abandon ship and await rescue in shark infested waters. Schott was a parishioner of St. Pius X Catholic Church in Lake Vista for more than 50 years, where he served as lector and usher, and he was also a long time member of the Knights of Columbus. Schott is survived by his loving wife, Mary Grinnen Schott, and seven sons, Arthur, Jr. (Patricia Delgadillo), John (Mala Newman), Gerard, Stephen (Pamela Keenan), Christopher (Judy Canella), Kevin (Peggy Shirer), and Richard (Linda Cuellar). He is predeceased by an eighth son, Philip Joseph, who died as a young child. Schott is also survived by sixteen grandchildren, and six great grandchildren. Schott was the oldest of seven children of Bernard and Eugenie ("Nina") Oelkers Schott and is also survived by four of his brothers, Reverend Paul W. Schott, S.J., Steven H. Schott, Judge Patrick M. Schott, retired, and Dr. Matthew J. Schott. He is predeceased by his brother, Bernard J. Schott, and his only sister, Rosemary Schott Stevens. Schott is also survived by many nieces, nephews, and cousins. Visitation will be at St. Pius X Catholic Church, 6666 Spanish Fort Boulevard, New Orleans, Louisiana 70124, on Wednesday, June 1, 2016, from 11:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m., followed by a funeral mass at the same location at 1:00 p.m. Burial will be private, but all are welcome for the visitation and mass. Donations may be made to St. Pius X Catholic Church, or if you prefer, go to a baseball game and think of Schott while there; he would have liked that. To sign the on line guest register, please visit www.Greenwoodfuneralhome.net
Published in TheNewOrleansAdvocate.com from May 28 to Jun. 1, 2016. 
Schott, Arthur Oelkers (I13691)
 
821 Arthur Vitter was not married, according to Monta McLean's recollections.
However, there is a 1930 census record for Arthur C. Vitter living in Illinois (where (Raymond) Percy Vitter lived in roughly that same time frame) listing wife Mable O. and son Daniel A. The census record index seems to indicate that he was born in Illinois, which could be a mistake (either in the index or in the census record itself). Jeff needs to check the actual census record to get more information.

It's likely a different individual than this Arthur Vitter, since there are many Vitters listed in Chicago, IL and nearby areas in Illinois in the 1930 census who are apparently not from Louisiana roots. Some of their names include Harry Vitter (1881, born Illinois) and wife Mary Vitter (1883), Nonie Vitter (1876, born Germany) and daughter Marion Vitter (1902), Lloyd Vitter (1882, born Nebraska) and wife Sylvia Vitter (1881), Thomas Vitter (1864, born Illinois) and wife Marie Vitter (1870), Edwin H. Vitter (1892, born Illinois) and wife Rosalie Vitter (1892) and son Edwin J. Vitter (1929), Albert Vitter (1890, Born Illinois) and wife Coral Vitter (1890) and son Albert Vitter (1917), Harry Vitter (1899, born Illinois) and wife Josephine Vitter (1894) and son Harry Vitter (1927) and relative Charley Vitter (1897), Arthur C. Vitter (1893, born Illinois) and wife Mable O. Vitter (1891) and son Daniel A. Vitter (1928), Sylves G. Vitter (1903, born Illinois) and wife Dorothea L. Vitter (1905), Cosomo Vitter (1896, born Italy) and wife Lucia (1898) and daughters Carmela (1921) and Giuseppa (1927), Albert Vitter (1866, born Iowa) and wife Mary Vitter (1876) and daughters Elnora M. Vitter (1907) and Marie A. Vitter (1908).[VitterFamily04jun16.FTW]

Arthur Vitter was not married, according to Monta McLean's recollections.
However, there is a 1930 census record for Arthur C. Vitter living in Illinois (where (Raymond) Percy Vitter lived in roughly that same time frame) listing wife Mable O. and son Daniel A. The census record index seems to indicate that he was born in Illinois, which could be a mistake (either in the index or in the census record itself). Jeff needs to check the actual census record to get more information.

It's likely a different individual than this Arthur Vitter, since there are many Vitters listed in Chicago, IL and nearby areas in Illinois in the 1930 census who are apparently not from Louisiana roots. Some of their names include Harry Vitter (1881, born Illinois) and wife Mary Vitter (1883), Nonie Vitter (1876, born Germany) and daughter Marion Vitter (1902), Lloyd Vitter (1882, born Nebraska) and wife Sylvia Vitter (1881), Thomas Vitter (1864, born Illinois) and wife Marie Vitter (1870), Edwin H. Vitter (1892, born Illinois) and wife Rosalie Vitter (1892) and son Edwin J. Vitter (1929), Albert Vitter (1890, Born Illinois) and wife Coral Vitter (1890) and son Albert Vitter (1917), Harry Vitter (1899, born Illinois) and wife Josephine Vitter (1894) and son Harry Vitter (1927) and relative Charley Vitter (1897), Arthur C. Vitter (1893, born Illinois) and wife Mable O. Vitter (1891) and son Daniel A. Vitter (1928), Sylves G. Vitter (1903, born Illinois) and wife Dorothea L. Vitter (1905), Cosomo Vitter (1896, born Italy) and wife Lucia (1898) and daughters Carmela (1921) and Giuseppa (1927), Albert Vitter (1866, born Iowa) and wife Mary Vitter (1876) and daughters Elnora M. Vitter (1907) and Marie A. Vitter (1908). 
Vitter, Arthur C. (I1148)
 
822 ARTIGUES

Christopher Troy Artigues, Sr., on Saturday, December 1, 2001 died in his
sleep at his home. He was 35 years old. He is the beloved husband of
Helena Veeder Artigues. Beloved father of Christopher Troy Artigues, Jr.
Beloved son of Averil Escaig Artigues and the late George Louis Artigues,
Jr. Brother of George Louis Artigues, III, Lyn Nell Artigues Mumphrey,
Andrea Artigues Arnold, Sean Patrick Artigues and the late Sherrill Leigh
Artigues. Also survived by in-laws, nieces and nephews. He was dear to
heartbroken long-time friends and relatives. Relatives and friends of the
family are invited to attend the funeral services at ST. BERNARD MEMORIAL
FUNERAL HOME, 701 West Virtue Street, Chalmette, La., on Thursday,
December 6, 2001 at 10:00 am. Visitation will begin on Wednesday from
6:00pm until 10:00pm and on Thursday morning from 9:00am until the time of
services. Interment will be private.
Times Picayune 12-05-2001 
Artigues, Christopher Troy (I4870)
 
823 As early as 1634, Heinrich, age 15 has been reported living at Muhlekram with his father and a servant from Swabia, Germay. During the 1640 census of Baretswil,Heinrich is shown to be living in Hinter Gryffenberg,now called Hinterberg, with a family who were to become his in-laws the following year. The stay with the Uli and Anna Ruegg (Ruggin) family had its benefits; although separated from his father who was in Oethenbach prison in Zurich,Heinrich found love with Elsbeth Ruggin,whom he married on January 6, 1641. He(Heini Waber) is listed as a widower in Muhlekram by 1670, where he lived with three of his children, including...Hans (our immigrant ancestor, Johann Anton Weber). Three other of his children had already moved up into the Palatinate, two living near Sinsheim.
One of the religious beliefs taught by the Mennonites was that it was a God-imposed duty to have as many children as a mother could bear. Heinrich and Elsbeth must have been good Mennonites because hey had ten children. Most, if not all, born and/or baptized in Baretswil parish,Canton, Zurich, Switzerland. 
Weber, Heinrich Schnebil Snavely (I25486)
 
824 Ashes interred. Spangler, Mary Louise (I28271)
 
825 Assassinated with King Alexander I of Yugoslavia Barthou, Jean Louis (I16957)
 
826 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F4142
 
827 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F444
 
828 At age 4 Mahala Weaver moved to Elkhart County, Union Township, Indiana.

Mahala is buried in the Union Center Cemetery, Pappanee, Indiana. 
Weaver, Mahala (I300)
 
829 At birth Woodward, Infant Daughter (I3987)
 
830 at her home Walters, Allie Margaret (I7648)
 
831 at her parents home south of Louisburg, KS Family F701
 
832 At his home Abney, Merle Oliver (I18245)
 
833 At Home Mitchell, Jo Ellen (I15726)
 
834 At Home Moews, Francis Charles (I18058)
 
835 At home Richardson, Verlyn Enoch (I12931)
 
836 At home Richardson, Verlyn Enoch (I12931)
 
837 at home Morgan, Eddie William (I13933)
 
838 At home Walters, Ivan Lorain (I3617)
 
839 At home Rt. I Mitchell, Joyce Marie (I18027)
 
840 At home on the farm south of Louisburg. Kohlenberg, Virginia Louise (I35)
 
841 At home--Burial Dewey Cemetery Mitchell, Cyril Everett (I21078)
 
842 At home. Mayberry, Cora Vina (I1874)
 
843 At one year, 7 months, 17 days. Bartee, Dorothy B. (I3635)
 
844 At Sea Blanchard, Pierre (I11837)
 
845 At Sea Bouligny, Adelaide Alice (I48737)
 
846 At sea Yoder (Joder), Caspar (I47117)
 
847 at sea en route to Philadelphia, body buried at sea Yoder, Jacob Yost (I33137)
 
848 at the age of a few days Morgan, Infant Twin Son (I12925)
 
849 At the age of about three Months Morgan, Fred (I12927)
 
850 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F416
 
851 At the home of her son Morgan, Eunice Elizabeth (I19228)
 
852 At the Wesley Medical Center Ring, Esther Fern (I21946)
 
853 At time of marriage Jacob was 35 and Barbara was 26. Family F3831
 
854 Atla attended a reception at the White House in Washington, DC. on February 22, 1899 while visiting an aunt.

Both Atla and Laura are buried in the Wagstaff Cemetery, Ten Mile Township, Miami Co., Wagstaff, KS. 
Weaver, Atla Wellington (I76)
 
855 Atlantic Ocean Sauder, Joseph (I46384)
 
856 Atlantic Ocean, on the Ship Walworth Wallace, McCasland (I32341)
 
857 Auburn, First white child born here Rose, Isreal II (I15692)
 
858 Audincourt Choulet, Charlotte Marcelle (I42369)
 
859 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Todd, Audith (I7550)
 
860 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Todd, Audrey (I7163)
 
861 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Vitter, Audrey Louise (I5)
 
862 Augustin Péré - 9 avril 1843 à Anères. L'an mil huit cent quarante trois, le dix du mois d'avril à quatre heures du soir, par devant nous Dominique Dasque, maire officier de l'état civil de la commune d'Anères, canton de Nestier, département des Hautes Pyrénées, a comparu Dominique Péré, âgé de trente deux ans, laboureur, domicilié d'Anères, lequel nous a présenté un enfant du sexe masculin, né le jour d'hier à cinq heures du matin dans sa maison, de lui déclarant et de Rose Toujan, son épouse, âgée de vingt sept ans, ménagère et auquel il a déclaré vouloir donner le prénom de Augustin. Les dites déclaration et présentation faites en présence de Jean Bonpunt âgé de trente huit ans, cultivateur et de Jean Péré âgé de trente trois ans, laboureur, tous les deux domiciliés d'Anères et ont le père et témoins signé avec nous le présent acte de naissance après que lecture leur en a été faite. Toujan, Jeanne M. Rose (I1274)
 
863 Augustine Eulalie Duplantier, (1799-1864), was the daughter of Armand Gabriel Allard Duplantier, (1753-1827), and Augustine Gerard, and the stepdaughter of Armand's second wife, Constance Rochon, the widow of John Joyce. Duplantier, Augustine Eulalie (I8013)
 
864 Austin Texas Tinney, Amber Rose (I5152)
 
865 automobile accident Morgan, Bennie Lee (I20321)
 
866 Available on line with annotations by Jeffrey S. Vitter at http://www.vitter.org/Genealogy/Documents/A_genealogy_and_history_of_the_Kauffman.pdf Source (S1074)
 
867 Available online at https://vitter.org/Genealogy/Documents/JeanPierreVitterBook2.pdf Source (S1382)
 
868 Axstedt, Oldenburg, Germany Breden, Mette Catharine (I10736)
 
869 Bacqueville, Rouen, France Cavelier, Antoine Dauphin (I11089)
 
870 Baptism - German Evangelical Bethlehem Church of New Orleans, Rev. Heinrich Klienhagen, pastor.
Records now at 1st Trinity Lutheran Church, 119 N. Murat St., Rev Paul Pic
(Brown Book) 1840-1866
Pg. 140, #1775
Anna Maria Elizabeth Riecke
Die locter van Johann Heinrich Riecke wer gultig flufuen Mary grb. Flannagan, gerboren in N. Orleans, den 1st October 1864, Taufen den 25th December 1864.
Aufrufen: Hr. H. Valentin Mehrtens & Fru. Anna Mehrtens
[SmithG.FTW]

[Riecke.FTW]

Baptism - German Evangelical Bethlehem Church of New Orleans, Rev. Heinrich Klienhagen, pastor.
Records now at 1st Trinity Lutheran Church, 119 N. Murat St., Rev Paul Pic
(Brown Book) 1840-1866
Pg. 140, #1775
Anna Maria Elizabeth Riecke
Die locter van Johann Heinrich Riecke wer gultig flufuen Mary grb. Flannagan, gerboren in N. Orleans, den 1st October 1864, Taufen den 25th December 1864.
Aufrufen: Hr. H. Valentin Mehrtens & Fru. Anna Mehrtens 
Riecke, Anna Mary Elizabeth (I10129)
 
871 Baptism - German Evangelical Bethlehem Church of New Orleans, Rev. Heinrich Klienhagen, pastor.
Records now at 1st Trinity Lutheran Church, 119 N. Murat St., Rev Paul Pic
(Brown Book, Blue Pages) Baptisms 1844-1878, Confirmations 1845-1878
Pg. 130.
Mary Mathilde Riecke Die locter van Johann Heinrich Riecke wer gultig flufuen Mary grb. Flannagan, gerboren in N. Orleans, den 17th September 1855, Taufen den 25th Mai 1856.
Aufrufen: Hr. Thomas Rodgers & Fru. Hanna Rodgers

Mary is listed in the 1860 census as age 5.[SmithG.FTW]

[Riecke.FTW]

Baptism - German Evangelical Bethlehem Church of New Orleans, Rev. Heinrich Klienhagen, pastor.
Records now at 1st Trinity Lutheran Church, 119 N. Murat St., Rev Paul Pic
(Brown Book, Blue Pages) Baptisms 1844-1878, Confirmations 1845-1878
Pg. 130.
Mary Mathilde Riecke Die locter van Johann Heinrich Riecke wer gultig flufuen Mary grb. Flannagan, gerboren in N. Orleans, den 17th September 1855, Taufen den 25th Mai 1856.
Aufrufen: Hr. Thomas Rodgers & Fru. Hanna Rodgers

Mary is listed in the 1860 census as age 5. 
Riecke, Mary Mathilda (I10132)
 
872 Baptism - German Evangelical Bethlehem Church of New Orleans, Rev. Heinrich Klienhagen, pastor.
Records now at 1st Trinity Lutheran Church, 119 N. Murat St., Rev Paul Pic
(Brown Book, Blue Pages) Baptisms 1844-1878, Confirmations 1845-1878
Pg. 243.
Louisa Isedore Riecke
Die locter van Johann Heinrich Riecke wer gultig flufuen Mary grb. Flannagan, gerboren in N. Orleans, den 3rd April 1863, Taufen den 13th September 1863.
Aufrufen: Hr. Freidrich Nilholaus & Fru. Louisa Elizabeth Nilholaus
[SmithG.FTW]

[Riecke.FTW]

Baptism - German Evangelical Bethlehem Church of New Orleans, Rev. Heinrich Klienhagen, pastor.
Records now at 1st Trinity Lutheran Church, 119 N. Murat St., Rev Paul Pic
(Brown Book, Blue Pages) Baptisms 1844-1878, Confirmations 1845-1878
Pg. 243.
Louisa Isedore Riecke
Die locter van Johann Heinrich Riecke wer gultig flufuen Mary grb. Flannagan, gerboren in N. Orleans, den 3rd April 1863, Taufen den 13th September 1863.
Aufrufen: Hr. Freidrich Nilholaus & Fru. Louisa Elizabeth Nilholaus 
Riecke, Louise Isedore (I10131)
 
873 Baptism - German Evangelical Bethlehem Church of New Orleans, Rev. Heinrich Klienhagen, pastor.
Records now at 1st Trinity Lutheran Church, 119 N. Murat St., Rev Paul Pic
Record of Births & Baptisms 1878 - 1885
Kept by Rev. Heinrich Klienhagen
Book # 2
Pg. 552
George John Riecke
Sohn van Georg Riecke wer gultig flufuen Louise grb. Cronwel, gerboren in N. Orleans, den 28th Juli 1884, Taufen den 5th October 1884.
Batenfchaft: Hr. John Riesold & Frl. Jane Cronuel

George John is buried in Greenwood Cemetery, Canal St.

The following is from the New Orleans City Directories.
1904 - George Riecke, Jr. - 3418 D'Hemecourt[SmithG.FTW]

[Riecke.FTW]

Baptism - German Evangelical Bethlehem Church of New Orleans, Rev. Heinrich Klienhagen, pastor.
Records now at 1st Trinity Lutheran Church, 119 N. Murat St., Rev Paul Pic
Record of Births & Baptisms 1878 - 1885
Kept by Rev. Heinrich Klienhagen
Book # 2
Pg. 552
George John Riecke
Sohn van Georg Riecke wer gultig flufuen Louise grb. Cronwel, gerboren in N. Orleans, den 28th Juli 1884, Taufen den 5th October 1884.
Batenfchaft: Hr. John Riesold & Frl. Jane Cronuel

George John is buried in Greenwood Cemetery, Canal St.

The following is from the New Orleans City Directories.
1904 - George Riecke, Jr. - 3418 D'Hemecourt 
Riecke, George John (I10155)
 
874 Barbara Fisher Detweiler is the daughter of Christian Fisher, 1759 immigrant.

Her mother's name was Magdalena Yoder. She married Christian Detweiler, on 7/31/1787, in Berks County, PA.

In or about 1790, they moved to what is now Brady Township, Huntingdon County, PA.

Barbara, her husband Christian and some five generations of relatives are buried in the Detweiler Family cemetery, located southwest of Allensville, PA. 
Fisher, Barbara Yoder (I30442)
 
875 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. McLean, Barbara Sue (I4970)
 
876 Barthelemy, the father, was the first Bergeon in Acadia. He was from Amboise in the department of Inde and Loire. He arrived in1675 at age 30 to serve as a volunteer naval officer in Acadia. He lived in Quebec from 1685 to 1690. Barthelemy, the first, accompanied the young Iberville on some of his earlier voyages, including the one to the Hudson River Valley where they raided English settlements. In 1696 barthelemy went with Iberville to Acadia and remained there. In 1704, during the French and Indian War, while England and France were at war, he was imprisoned in Boston. He was released and returned to Port Royal where he lived till 1730, when he moved to New Brunswick and helped found the city of Frederickton. [SmithG.FTW]

Barthelemy, the father, was the first Bergeon in Acadia. He was from Amboise in the department of Inde and Loire. He arrived in1675 at age 30 to serve as a volunteer naval officer in Acadia. He lived in Quebec from 1685 to 1690. Barthelemy, the first, accompanied the young Iberville on some of his earlier voyages, including the one to the Hudson River Valley where they raided English settlements. In 1696 barthelemy went with Iberville to Acadia and remained there. In 1704, during the French and Indian War, while England and France were at war, he was imprisoned in Boston. He was released and returned to Port Royal where he lived till 1730, when he moved to New Brunswick and helped found the city of Frederickton. 
Bergeon, Barthelmy D'amboise (I11135)
 
877 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Stark, Douglas Wayne (I18585)
 
878 Based on the 1900 census where they are both listed and states that they have been married for 4 years. Family F6118
 
879 Bazilica Octavia Cavelier (Antonio and Juana Carlota Sophia de GrandPre, natives and residents of this city) baptized Sep. 10, 1823, born June 14, 1821, pgp. Antonio Dauphin Cavelier and Francisca Carriere, mgp. Cabs de GrandPre, dec., colonel of the armies of His Catholic Majesty, former govenor of the city of Baton Rouge in the time of Spanish rule, and Helena Page, sponcers: Estevan de GrandPre, absent, p. Francisco Norberto Boudousquilie, and Francisca Allaiin, absent, p. (o) Poree, lajoven. (SLC, B33 p.66)

[SmithG.FTW]

Bazilica Octavia Cavelier (Antonio and Juana Carlota Sophia de GrandPre, natives and residents of this city) baptized Sep. 10, 1823, born June 14, 1821, pgp. Antonio Dauphin Cavelier and Francisca Carriere, mgp. Cabs de GrandPre, dec., colonel of the armies of His Catholic Majesty, former govenor of the city of Baton Rouge in the time of Spanish rule, and Helena Page, sponcers: Estevan de GrandPre, absent, p. Francisco Norberto Boudousquilie, and Francisca Allaiin, absent, p. (o) Poree, lajoven. (SLC, B33 p.66)
 
Cavelier, Octavia (I11195)
 
880 Bear Wallow, Washington, Ky. Wright, Thomas M. (I5413)
 
881 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Hecker, Novella (I10623)
 
882 before 17 Apr 1795, was part of Bedford County Weber, Elsbeth (I25499)
 
883 before 17 Apr 1795, was part of Bedford County Everhart, Elizabeth (I24965)
 
884 behind Miami Presbyterian Church Baker, Florance E. (I1639)
 
885 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Drury, Benjamin Charles (I24360)
 
886 Benjamin Messina is buried in the Riecke plot, Lafayette Cemetery #2. The inscription reads "Benj. Messina Beloved Husband of Elizabeth Riecke died 12/18/1923".[SmithG.FTW]

[Riecke.FTW]

Benjamin Messina is buried in the Riecke plot, Lafayette Cemetery #2. The inscription reads "Benj. Messina Beloved Husband of Elizabeth Riecke died 12/18/1923". 
Messina, Benedito (I10134)
 
887 Benzonia Township Cemetery Snyder, John William (I25053)
 
888 Bernard Armand DUBROCA was born in Baton Rouge, LA March 14,
1839, and died November 23, 1867 in W. Baton Rouge, LA, at 28 years of age.

The 1850 Census lists Armand as being a student with his brother Adolph at a college in East Baton Rouge.

During the Civil War, Armand served as a Corporal with Co. F, 4th Louisiana Infantry, CSA. 
Dubroca, Bernard Armand (I7976)
 
889 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Bourg, Bernard (I11032)
 
890 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Morlanne, Bernard (I1257)
 
891 Bernice's twin Dionese died at 11 months. Vitter, Mary Berenaise (I1382)
 
892 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Bordes, Bertha (I10671)
 
893 Besides their own to children they reared nephew, Harvey Jewel Hoover from age of 1 1/2 years (see under Harvey John Hoover). Hoover, Wilbur E. (I606)
 
894 Besides their own to children they reared nephew, Harvey Jewel Hoover from age of 1 1/2 years (see under Harvey John Hoover). Carroll, Anna (I613)
 
895 Betty Jelks Hayden passed away on Monday, June 7, 2010. Beloved wife of the late Thomas H. Hayden Jr. Mother of Thomas H. Hayden III (Claudia) and Bruce J. Hayden (Mary). Grandmother of Thomas Hayden IV, Tracye Hayden, Allison Bush, Charles Hayden and Martin Hayden. Great grandmother of Ethan James Bush Jelks, Betty Jean (I24748)
 
896 Between 1934 and 1940, Roger Vitter served on the naval ships Colbert and Jean Bart as well as on the submarine Thétis. He received the citation of the Order of the Brigade for his valiant efforts in the April-May 1940 operations in the North Sea, during which he spent more than 300 hours under water.

During WWII, he served in the F.F.I. of Doubs, S.R.D.2, Groupe M.L., Second Company. He received the following (translated) citation from General Koenig, Commander in Chief of the French interior forces, on 9/26/1944: "Taking part in the Resistance from the very beginning, Roger Vitter was an eager volunteer to transport arms, for dangerous missions, and for missions of sabotage. Scorning danger, he was constantly on the go, taking part both in combat missions in the areas of Clerval and Crossey le Petit as well as in enemy reconnaissance. After the liberation of Clerval, he worked on other reconnaissance efforts for the Army in dangerous regions. "

He received several other citations, as well as the War Cross with the Bronze Star. 
Vitter, Roger Camille François (I2426)
 
897 Beulah Mae Bowes-McCoy Bio

Beulah Mae Bowes-McCoy was born November 26, 1922, at midnight, on the family farm near Louisburg, Kansas. She was the third child of Thomas Burke Bowes & Bertha Pearl Bendorf-Bowes. She had a sister and brother who were twins, born July 29, 1920. Her brother, Thomas Franklin, died at 5 months. Her grandfather, Lawrence A. Bowes immigrated to Perry County, Ohio in 1847 from County Kilkenny, Ireland, a child of the Irish famine The Bowes farm was purchased November 5, 1868 by Lawrence A. Bowes and in 1873 he went back to Ohio where he married Mary Louise ‘Lida’ Otteni-Flemm-Bowes. Today, a Bowes cousin operates the family farm. Her grandparents were Cora Mayberry-Bendorf and Francis Bendorf.

The farm was run in an Amish style with horses, no a tractor, no electricity or running water. The farm life was hard but served the sisters well as they learned the value of hard honest work and thriftiness and each went on to do very well. Beulah Mae and her sister Evelyn Marguerite Bowes completed the 8th grade at the one room Pony Creek School located near the farm. During heavy snow, little Beulah would follow in Evelyn’s footsteps through the snow to school and they would stop at the Robert Harper Farm to get warm. Their father frequently took them to school in the horse and buggy. They could not attend the newly built Louisburg high school as their father was angry about the $40 per year school bond. Both girls were high achievers and top of their class in the eighth grade. She frequently complained about the State of Kansas; however, she was an avid letter writer to her Kansas family and friends, and subscribed to the local Louisburg newspaper and proud of the education she received there. At 18 she left the farm to work at a restaurant in Louisburg. In 1940, she began working in Kansas City as a nanny for Joanne Johnson the 5 year old daughter of Dr. & Grace Johnson a Kansas City Dentist. Later that year, she was thrilled to have the opportunity to travel with the Johnson family, by train to Burlingame, California. On her days off, she worked at the Primrose Cake Box Bakery in Burlingame, as it was owned by Grace Johnson’s mother. Soon Beulah Mae was working full time at the bakery. Later, Evelyn joined her in Burlingame, and they shared an apartment and began working together at the bakery. Beulah introduced Evelyn to the head baker Tony Tomacci. Tony and Evelyn married in 1943.

Christie Andrea McCoy and Beulah Mae Bowes first met in 1937 when he made a U-turn at her farm and chatted for a while. She knew of Christie from the newspaper as he was the town athletic hero. Their next meeting would be in 1941 while he was stationed at Camp San Louis Obispo, CA and she was in Burlingame. They began exchanging letters through a mutual army friend, began dating and married August 22, 1941. After the Japanese attack at Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941, there were years of separation as he would not return until the Japanese’s surrender. Christie’s regiment was assigned to the 7th infantry division and participated in several major campaigns in the Pacific theater, seeing action in the Aleutian Islands, Kwajalein Atoll, Leyte Island, and Okinawa. During this time Beulah lived with her sister and brother in law. Her nephew Charles Tomacci was born in 1944 and a bond was formed. Upon her husband’s discharge, they lived in the San Bruno home of Evelyn and Tony home until they purchased their home in San Mateo in 1947. As both were from Kansas, many summer Kansas vacation were made by car.

In 1947 Evelyn had Polio affecting her nervous system. As Evelyn was unable to cope, in 1950 Charles lived with Christie and Beulah until 1956. June 5, 1951 their son Christie Eugene McCoy was born. Beulah Mae was a loving dotting mother to both boys caring in every way, maintaining a spotless home. The car and house siding were regularly washed by hand.

Over the years, she worked as a clerk at See’s Candy and at her sister’s bakery in San Francisco. She did the books for her husband’s gas station, Chris’ ARCO in Belmont. She retired in 1981 from the retail clerks union, UFCW. She invested in real estate with the help of the dear family friend and realtor Linda Alter. She frequently traveled to Washington State, Vancouver and Hawaii with Linda Alter and many trips to Hawaii with Evelyn and Tony Tomacci. She enjoyed going to Bay Meadows Race Track, as a member of the Turf Club she would make her $2 dollar bet. Prior to breaking her hip in 2005, she would rise at 4:30 AM exercise for an hour and then walk around the dyke for another 1 to 2 hours. Her mind was aware to the end and she enjoyed reminiscing with old family farm pictures, she may not have recognized some of the all the relatives but still knew the names of the cows and horses on their farm.

Sharon Weaver Vitter got acquainted with Bea (her first cousin once removed) when she moved to the Bay Area, California in 1979, and she and Jeff would often visit Bea. Through Bea, they developed close friendships with their cousin Charles Tomacci and family. 
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898 Biography of
LIVAUDAIS, Oliver Stanley, Plaquemines Parish, then Orleans Parish, Louisiana
by Mike Miller April 1998

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Louisiana: Comprising Sketches of Parishes, Towns, Events, Institutions, and Persons, Arranged in Cyclopedic Form (volume 3), pp. 260-261. Edited by Alcée Fortier, Lit.D. Published in 1914, by Century Historical Association.Livaudais, Oliver Stanley, well-known New Orleans attorney, was born in Plaquemines parish, La., May 7, 1873; son of Albert Enoul and Octavie (Toca) Livaudais, the former of whom was a native of the city of New Orleans, where he also died in the year 1911, at the age of 67 years. He was a son of Francois Baltazar Livaudais and Estelle (Mortimer) Livaudais, both of whom were natives of Louisiana. The paternal great-grandfather, and his wife, Jean Baltazar and Anne (Miltoner) Livaudais, were natives of Louisiana. The paternal great-great-grandfather, Francois Enoul Livaudais, was a son of Jacques Enoul De Livaudais, whose father was a native of France and an officer in the French army in the early part of the 18th century. The Livaudais family has several branches and many members in Louisiana. Octavie (De Toca) Livaudais, the mother of Oliver Stanley Livaudais, was a daughter of Philip De Toca, who was born in Spain and became the first representative of the family in America. Albert Enoul Livaudais, the father, was educated in New Orleans, where he graduated from the Jesuit college and later took up the study of law. He was admitted to the bar before the supreme court of Louisiana, and thereafter practiced law in the city of New Orleans, following which he removed to Plaquemines parish, where he was later elected judge of the district court, reëlected upon the expiration of his term, and continued incumbent of that office through 16 years. In 1898 he returned, to New Orleans and resumed the practice of law in that city. In national politics, Mr. Livaudais was affiliated with the Republican party, but in local contests generally voted the Democratic ticket in coöperation with his friends toward selecting the best available men for the service to be rendered. He was a member of the Catholic church, a planter, and largely interested in orange-growing. There are at this time 5 living children who were born to Mr. Livaudais' first marriage, the subject of this sketch being one of these. He was later married to Miss Alonzine Toca, and to this marriage 4 children were born, the mother of these latter children surviving at this time. Oliver Stanley Livaudais attended the Jesuit college at New Orleans. Later he entered the law school of Tulane university, from which he graduated with the degree of LL.B. in the class of 1896. Since the latter year he has been engaged in the practice of law, in which profession it would seem that his success has been all that could be desired. Mr. Livaudais at this time maintains offices in the city of New Orleans, in St. Bernard, and in Plaquemines parish. He is also largely interested in planting and orange-growing. He is a member of the Catholic church. In 1896 Mr. Livaudais was married to Miss Barbara Castell, a daughter of the late William J. Castell of New Orleans.
 
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