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Mary Helen CHAPMAN

Died in childbirth.


Francis George PLANK

Cur Francis G. Plank

Name:     FRANCIS PLANK  
 SSN:     710-05-3037  
 Last Residence:     99201  Spokane, Spokane, WA  
 Born:     24 Aug 1899  
 Last Benefit:           
 Died:     Sep 1970  
 State (Year) SSN issued:     RR (Before 1951)


Ronald Eugene PLANK

Changed his stage name to Castle. His actual death date is 6-Jun-2004, the day after Ronald Reagan.

Name:    Ronald E. Castle
 SSN:    571-38-0178  
 Last Residence:    91335  Reseda, Los Angeles, California
 Born:    23 Nov 1930
 Died:    16 Jun 2004
 State (Year) SSN issued:    California (Before 1951 )


Prentice Earl TAYLOR

Name:    Prentice E. Taylor
 SSN:    255-09-0884  
 Born:    2 Aug 1914
 Died:    28 May 1989
 State (Year) SSN issued:    Georgia (Before 1951 )


Catherine Louise COURSON

Source:
From Mary Ruth CHAPMAN parker:
Catherine Louise Courson Taylor DOB 8/29/1923  DOD 4/01/1987
was daughter of Ola Harris Courson Grizzard and Harry Courson (Nahunta)

Name:    Catherine Taylor
 SSN:    259-14-5550  
 Last Residence:    31516  Blackshear, Pierce, Georgia, United States of America
 Born:    29 Aug 1923
 Last Benefit:    31516  Blackshear, Pierce, Georgia, United States of America
 Died:    Apr 1987
 State (Year) SSN issued:    Georgia (Before 1951 )


Frank Merle TELFORD

Wenatchee World Newspaper, May 17, 2005
Frank Merle Telford, 79, of East Wenatchee and a longtime businessman of Wenatchee, died Friday morning, May 13, 2005, at Central Washington Hospital following a brief illness. He was born November 18, 1925, to Ernest Richard and Christena Victoria (Hogman) Telford, pioneer, Opheim, Montana residents. He received his education in Opheim. He enlisted in the U.S. Army on March 27, 1944, and served in the 393rd Infantry Regiment in Germany in the Battle of the Bulge. He was wounded in action in 1944, in Belgium and was taken as a prisoner of war in December of 1944. He was liberated at the end of W.W.II and transferred to Camp Lucky Strike in France. He received his honorable discharge on Dec. 3, 1945, being awarded the Purple Heart Medal, the W.W.II Victory Medal, the American Campaign Medal, the Good Conduct Medal, with 3 Bronze Service Stars award. Frank then reunited with his parents and siblings in Leavenworth, WA residing at Plain. He and his brother, Ernest “Bud” Telford logged for the Buster Herman Sawmill near Coles Corner for 6 months, prior to moving to Wenatchee in 1946. Frank joined the Army National Guard of Wenatchee in 1947, serving for three years. Frank was married to USNR Seaman First Class Rae Marie Moe on July 18, 1948, in Wenatchee, where they made their home. They had been married 45 years at the time of her death in 1993.

Frank worked in various occupations, including Insurance as a life underwriter for Northwestern Life Insurance before becoming a real estate broker, then opening his own office, “Telford Realty” and later worked as a real estate agent retiring in 1993. Frank is a Past President of the Wenatchee Board of Realtors. A highlight of Frank’s retirement years was a personal invitation to attend the opening ceremonies of the George Bush Presidential Library in College Station, Texas in 1997. He had made a lighted wooden flag for President George Bush Sr. that had been accepted for display in the Library. This project and Frank’s personal invitation to the opening made the front page of the Wenatchee World. Frank’s 4 daughters, Sharlee, Leslie, Lynn & Laurie, his brother, Jim and sister-in-law, Corinne Telford all attended with him.

Retirement years were enjoyed by raising roses, working in his vegetable garden and providing tomatoes for the whole family and many friends. Frank also enjoyed cooking for friends and family, playing Gin Rummy with his brothers and sisters, fishing with friends and enjoying the many activities of his grandchildren. Frank’s love for his country and patriotism was strong, unwavering and unquestionable. He proudly displayed a collection of American Eagles and always flew his flag with pride. With great pleasure, he saw that same patriotism and love of country passed down to his children and grandchildren. Frank’s generous and loving way overflowed from family to organizations he enjoyed – The Wenatchee Senior Center, Habitat for Humanity, V.F.W. Post 3617 and American Legion Post 10, Community Concert Association and Music Theatre of Wenatchee.

He is survived by three daughters and sons-in-law, Leslie Telford-Jensen & husband, Les of East Wenatchee, Lynn Telford-Zenk & husband, Frank, Brier, WA and Laurie Telford-Larson & husband, Shawn of Wenatchee; three brothers and two sisters-in-law, E.R. “Bud” Telford of Puyallup, Jim and Corinne Telford of Wenatchee and Don and Judi Telford of East Wenatchee; four sisters and one brother-in-law, Hazel Hawken, Marilyn Crollard, Marlys Parsons and Delta and Ken Wood all of East Wenatchee; grandchildren, Brent Porterfield (wife: Erica), Kiley Zenk & Kacie Zenk both of Brier, WA, Brynn Larson-MacKenzie, Shaye Larson & Tye Larson all of Wenatchee, Adam Chapman of Seattle, John Chapman of Las Vegas, NV, Todd Jensen & Lesley Jensen both of Los Angeles, CA, Kim Jensen, Bellingham and great grandchildren, Jaxson Porterfield & Quinton Porterfield, Haidin MacKenzie & Denae MacKenzie all of Wenatchee. Frank was preceded in death by his parents; his wife, Rae Marie Telford on Oct. 18, 1993; four sisters and one brother, Maynard Johnson, Vivian Anderson, Floy Shawlee, Joanne Telford in infancy, and Kenneth Telford.

Commemoration services will be held Thursday, May 19, 2005, at 1:00 p.m. at Telford’s Chapel of the Valley with the Rev. Kel Groseclose officiating. The services will conclude at the Chapel, with military honors by V.F.W. Post 3617. Donations may be made in his name to the East Wenatchee VFW Post 3617 Building fund. Arrangements are by Telford’s Chapel of the Valley, East Wenatchee.


Wenatchee World Newspaper - Nov. 7, 1997
WENATCHEE — Frank Telford shook hands with former President George Bush at Thursday's dedication of the Bush Library and Museum in Texas, but he didn't get to kiss former First Lady Barbara.

“It was a good dedication. Each president spoke and some of their wives. We sat about 12 rows back from the podium, dead center,” Telford said late Thursday in a telephone interview from College Station, Texas.

Telford is a retired Wenatchee real estate agent, lifelong Republican and is the same age as Bush, 72. He built a wooden U.S. flag for Bush after he left the White House in 1993. The flag is on display in the museum and is why Telford was among 40,000 people invited to the dedication.

Before going, Telford quipped that he hoped to meet Bush but would rather kiss Barbara. He called her a “grand lady.”

Thursday, Telford and his friend, Arlene Jones of East Wenatchee, saw the Bushes, Clintons, Fords, Carters and Nancy Reagan during the morning ceremony. It was after lunch that they met Bush inside the museum.

Telford said invited guests were allowed inside, 900 at a time. Bush was mingling, greeting and signing autographs.

“I said, ‘Frank Telford' and he said, ‘Hi, Frank' and signed my program,” Telford said. “I got a pretty good picture of him signing Arlene's program.”

The rest of Telford's group, his four daughters and his brother and sister-in-law, Jim and Corrine Telford of Wenatchee, couldn't get into the museum until today. They watched the dedication ceremony in a crowd about 1,000 feet from the podium.

“We were in an area called public viewing outside two rows of chain link fence with stationed guards about every 20 feet,” said daughter Leslie Telford-Jensen of East Wenatchee.

“We had a good view from the side, but we couldn't see faces without binoculars,” she said. “Security was very tight. There were guys on roofs.”


Rae Marie MOE

WENATCHEE _ Rae M. Telford, 69, Wenatchee, died Monday, Oct. 18, 1993, in Central Washington Hospital following a sudden illness.

She was born Sept. 27, 1924, to Arthur and Lorene (Lett) Moe at Cashmere. She attended schools at Cashmere and Wenatchee and graduated from Wenatchee High School in 1942. She joined the U.S. Navy WAVES, and attended the U.S. Naval Training School at Hunter College, Bronx, N.Y. She was honorably discharged in 1945 and returned to Wenatchee. She married Frank M. Telford on July 18, 1948, at Wenatchee, where they made their home. Mrs. Telford worked as a retouch technician for Parsons Studio for several years. She began working for the Chelan County Treasurer's office in May 1975 and retired as an account specialist in December 1986. She was a member of the First Church of Christ Scientist, Boston, Mass.

She is survived by her husband, at the home; four daughters, Sharlee Telford of Kirkland, Leslie Telford-Chapman of East Wenatchee, Lynn Telford-Zenk of Brier and Laurie Larson of Wenatchee; a sister, Jane Poage of Vancouver; and eight grandchildren.

Arrangements are by Telford's Chapel of the Valley, East Wenatchee.


Levi JOHNS

Served under capt Walker  in War of 1812, 74th Batt. Wayne Co.Militia.


Henry VII TUDOR

Henry VII Tudor


   Henry VII was born 1457 and died in 1509. He married Elizabeth of York Plantagenet. She was born in 1466 and died 1503.


The 1 known child of Henry and Elizabeth are as follows:

IV. King Henry VIII Tudor


Joseph Hugh HARRIS

Founded the Harris Market at the corner of Tebeau and Oak Streets in 1935 and opened Harris Supermarket at Tebeau and State Streets in 1956.


Joseph Hugh HARRIS Jr.

Alias: The Bopper

Hugh had a heart attack while on location for a TV commercial and died Labor Day weekend 1995.

He was an amazing, multi-facted person who loved music, art, fast cars, a good joke, and especially people.

After high school, Hugh attended South Georgia College in Douglas where he was the lead in several musicals (Man of LaMacha, Camelot). He worked at Harris Market, the family grocery store, and later owned a grocery store in Jesup (also Harris Market). Hugh was a popular announcer at WACL and other radio stations in the region. He managed Georgia Farmers’ Markets in Jesup, Macon, Savannah, and Atlanta. He was the lead singer and drummer in a combo at Hilton Head, and Chef at the Attic in Waycross. He did marketing and advertising for Sam Scott Mobile Home Manufacturing Plant (worked with Billy Carter), owned an advertising agency, and talent in numerous radio and television ads.

Hugh was married four times and had three children.