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Glorvina E HOFFMAN

Most of this information came from letters written by Great Grandmother Glovina Riker. Some of these letters sound like they were trying to connect their family to the heirs of Anakee Jan, as there was a suit going on in New York and the Trinity Church, and 20 million dollars waiting for the heir of Anaka Jan who was the daughter of Prince Orange of Holland. I haven't been able to connect Nelson Riker to anyone with proof.

Glorvina married George Jewell at Lapeer, Michigan-Lapeer C., July 2, 1878. They lived at Flint City, Michigan, Genesee Co. She left him in 1878, and they were divorced in 1881. He claimed cruelty. There is supposed to be a son by that marriage, Clarence, or Charles? according to letters George Jewell got the son. George Jewel died Oct. 19, 1923, Genesee Co. Mich.

She married Edwin Foote on July 19, 1881. He died 1883-1884

She came out west to Ellensburg 1888-1889, then to Wenatchee-homestead.

She married Clarence Foster, Nov 3, 1897 at Wenatchee.

Her pension was rec'd Oct 24, 1877 as a widow of George N. Riker, to July 1881, when she married Foote. The claim for pension was rejected on the grounds that her dovorce from George Jewell was not without fault on her part. She restored her name back to Riker after her divorce from husband #4, Clarence Foster. Finally rec. a pension in 1930, 40.


Glorvina E HOFFMAN

Most of this information came from letters written by Great Grandmother Glovina Riker. Some of these letters sound like they were trying to connect their family to the heirs of Anakee Jan, as there was a suit going on in New York and the Trinity Church, and 20 million dollars waiting for the heir of Anaka Jan who was the daughter of Prince Orange of Holland. I haven't been able to connect Nelson Riker to anyone with proof.

Glorvina married George Jewell at Lapeer, Michigan-Lapeer C., July 2, 1878. They lived at Flint City, Michigan, Genesee Co. She left him in 1878, and they were divorced in 1881. He claimed cruelty. There is supposed to be a son by that marriage, Clarence, or Charles? according to letters George Jewell got the son. George Jewel died Oct. 19, 1923, Genesee Co. Mich.

She married Edwin Foote on July 19, 1881. He died 1883-1884

She came out west to Ellensburg 1888-1889, then to Wenatchee-homestead.

She married Clarence Foster, Nov 3, 1897 at Wenatchee.

Her pension was rec'd Oct 24, 1877 as a widow of George N. Riker, to July 1881, when she married Foote. The claim for pension was rejected on the grounds that her dovorce from George Jewell was not without fault on her part. She restored her name back to Riker after her divorce from husband #4, Clarence Foster. Finally rec. a pension in 1930, 40.


Glorvina E HOFFMAN

Most of this information came from letters written by Great Grandmother Glovina Riker. Some of these letters sound like they were trying to connect their family to the heirs of Anakee Jan, as there was a suit going on in New York and the Trinity Church, and 20 million dollars waiting for the heir of Anaka Jan who was the daughter of Prince Orange of Holland. I haven't been able to connect Nelson Riker to anyone with proof.

Glorvina married George Jewell at Lapeer, Michigan-Lapeer C., July 2, 1878. They lived at Flint City, Michigan, Genesee Co. She left him in 1878, and they were divorced in 1881. He claimed cruelty. There is supposed to be a son by that marriage, Clarence, or Charles? according to letters George Jewell got the son. George Jewel died Oct. 19, 1923, Genesee Co. Mich.

She married Edwin Foote on July 19, 1881. He died 1883-1884

She came out west to Ellensburg 1888-1889, then to Wenatchee-homestead.

She married Clarence Foster, Nov 3, 1897 at Wenatchee.

Her pension was rec'd Oct 24, 1877 as a widow of George N. Riker, to July 1881, when she married Foote. The claim for pension was rejected on the grounds that her dovorce from George Jewell was not without fault on her part. She restored her name back to Riker after her divorce from husband #4, Clarence Foster. Finally rec. a pension in 1930, 40.


George Nelson RIKER

George N. Riker enlisted at age 19 yrs in the Civil War. Oct. 18, 1861 in Buffalo, New York. He had blue eyes, brown hair, light complexion and was 5'8". He was a private in regiment Co. 1-100 reg't N.Y. Infantry. He fought at the Battle of Bull Run, and The Seven Pines. He was a prisoner of war on May 16, 1864. Captured at Druy's Bluff Va. and sent to Andersonville, Ga. May 23, 1864. He was paroled at N.E. Ferry, N.C. Feb. 26-28, 1865. Reported to Camp Parole, Maryland, April 4, 1865, and was discharged May 2, 1865. He was paid 100.00 bounty in 1868.


Glorvina E HOFFMAN

Most of this information came from letters written by Great Grandmother Glovina Riker. Some of these letters sound like they were trying to connect their family to the heirs of Anakee Jan, as there was a suit going on in New York and the Trinity Church, and 20 million dollars waiting for the heir of Anaka Jan who was the daughter of Prince Orange of Holland. I haven't been able to connect Nelson Riker to anyone with proof.

Glorvina married George Jewell at Lapeer, Michigan-Lapeer C., July 2, 1878. They lived at Flint City, Michigan, Genesee Co. She left him in 1878, and they were divorced in 1881. He claimed cruelty. There is supposed to be a son by that marriage, Clarence, or Charles? according to letters George Jewell got the son. George Jewel died Oct. 19, 1923, Genesee Co. Mich.

She married Edwin Foote on July 19, 1881. He died 1883-1884

She came out west to Ellensburg 1888-1889, then to Wenatchee-homestead.

She married Clarence Foster, Nov 3, 1897 at Wenatchee.

Her pension was rec'd Oct 24, 1877 as a widow of George N. Riker, to July 1881, when she married Foote. The claim for pension was rejected on the grounds that her dovorce from George Jewell was not without fault on her part. She restored her name back to Riker after her divorce from husband #4, Clarence Foster. Finally rec. a pension in 1930, 40.


Alexander AIKMAN

Had another spouse, unknown, with whom he had another child named William (source: Madeoy)


Celest Pendergast HICKS

1920 United States Federal Census > Washington > Lewis > Centralia