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Kate Ruhlmann
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Parents:

Father: Martin Ruhlmann b. 25 September 1833, d. 1874
Mother: Catherine Hammerschmidt

Martin Ruhlmann
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Note*: Martin Ruhlmann lived in Orchard Park, Erie County and was a farmer andmarket gardener.
Birth*: 25 September 1833, Dukedom of Hesse-Darmstadt, Germany
Marriage*: 24 April 1864, Orchard Park, Erie County, New York, U.S.A., Principal=Catherine Hammerschmidt
Death*: 1874, Orchard Park, Erie County, New York, U.S.A.

Parents:

Father: Jacob Ferdinand Ruhlmann b. 1795, d. 1852
Mother: Dorathea Hammerschmidt b. 15 May 1804, d. 28 November 1881

Family:

Catherine Hammerschmidt

Children:

Minnie Ruhlmann+
Kate Ruhlmann
George J. Ruhlmann
Frederick Ruhlmann
Henry W. Ruhlmann
John Ruhlmann
Martin J. Ruhlman+ b. 7 Apr 1850, d. a 21 Jun 1929

Minnie Ruhlmann
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Parents:

Father: Jacob Ferdinand Ruhlmann b. 1795, d. 1852
Mother: Dorathea Hammerschmidt b. 15 May 1804, d. 28 November 1881

Minnie Ruhlmann
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Parents:

Father: Martin Ruhlmann b. 25 September 1833, d. 1874
Mother: Catherine Hammerschmidt

Peter Ruhlmann
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Parents:

Father: Jacob Ferdinand Ruhlmann b. 1795, d. 1852
Mother: Dorathea Hammerschmidt b. 15 May 1804, d. 28 November 1881

Philip Ruhlmann
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Parents:

Father: Jacob Ferdinand Ruhlmann b. 1795, d. 1852
Mother: Dorathea Hammerschmidt b. 15 May 1804, d. 28 November 1881

Wihelmia 'Minnie' Ruhlmann
Burial*: Lot 39, West Seneca, Erie County, New York, U.S.A.
Note*: 'Minna' Ruhlman is listed as the youngest child (age 5) of Jacob andDorothea Ruhlman who arrived on the Ship 'Florian' in NYC on Jan 5, 1847from Bremen, Germany. This would make her birth date in 1842! (CD #273,Family Tree Maker's Family Archives, Passenger and Immigration Lists: NY,1820-1850) 'In the 1860 Census of NYC, page 585 (329) of the 5th district of the21st ward in NYC on July 20, 1860, Jeremiah Crowley enumerated in ahousehold: Name Age Sex Occupation Birthplace Fred Ketts 33 M Carpenter Stefsen orHefsen Catherine Ketts 32 FDarmstadt Henry Ketts 8 MStefsen or Hefsen Wilhelmina Ruhlman 20 F Darmstadt (The 1860 Census would make her birthday in 1840, not 1842!) Interesting note: Wilhelmina was checked as not being able to read orwrite; was she a recent immigrant? Since she was born in the same placeas Catherine, could Catherine have been a sister or an aunt? She married Frederick Betz in 1861 in NYC. Wilhelmina later lived in Middle Ebenezer, Erie County, NY. Chester Haenszel says that the Ruhlmann/Betzes were members of theKrettner St (near William St.) Church, now in Humboldt Square, (Buffalo?)which was the Evangelical Church. Wilhelmina and her husband, Frederick Betz, are buried in Mount HopeCemetery, Block B, Lot 39, West Seneca, NY.
Birth*: 1839, Province of Hessia Darmstadt, Germany
Marriage*: 1861, New York, New York, U.S.A., Principal=Frederick Betz
Death*: 3 March 1924, West Seneca, Erie County, New York, U.S.A.

Family:

Frederick Betz b. 1823, d. 1904

Children:

John Betz b. 19 May 1861
Katherine 'Kate' Betz b. 1863, d. 1955
George Betz b. 2 Jan 1874
Frederick J. 'Fred' Betz b. 2 Jan 1874, d. Sep 1955

Daniel 'Dan' Able Ruland
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Burial*: Lot 173, Alva, Crook County, Wyoming, U.S.A.
Note*: Daniel Able Ruland was born on the 22nd of August, 1857, to Jackson W.and Mary Marie Ruland (Mary Marie's parentage is not known at this time1997), pioneer mercantile business owners at Rock Port, Missouri. Aftergraduating from Rockport High School he worked for a time as a typesetterin a printing office. Dan said he smoked but the haze became so thick hecouldn't see the type by coal oil lamp so he switched to 'chewing'. When he was nineteen he and Jerrett Todd decided to see the world and setout for the west coast en route to Hong Kong. On the 4th of July, 1876,they arrived in Hot Sulphur Springs, Colorado, where a celebration was inprogress. They witnessed a horse race between whites and Ute Indians. Here they learned of the Black Hills Gold Rush and decided to give up the ideaof Hong Kong, so headed north. Dan got a job in Cheyenne driving afreight wagon to Deadwood, arriving there in March 1877 with a four-horsewagon load of flour which sold for $22. cwt. from the wagon. Payment wasmade in gold dust. He also freighted from Sidney, Nebraska. In the summer of 1881, Dan worked for James A. Newland, father of JamesI. Newland, of Colony, on the first irrigation canal from Redwater Riverto Fruitdale, Dakota Territory. He later recalled that the horses wereknee deep in dust pulling the fresnos and scrapers and he would lookwestward to the Bear Lodge Mountains and see rain several days a week. He knew then wherehe was to eventually settle. Dan returned to Rock Port that late fall and on the 18th of May, 1882, heand two companions headed north with a herd of Shorthorn cattle. Theyarrived on False Bottom Creek, east of Spearfish, Dakota Territory, onthe 11th of July after a fifty-two day trip. The cattle were then trailedto Beaver Creek on the west side of the Bear Lodge Mountains (where his son Dillon now lives).There he cut 102 loads of wild hay with a scythe and cradle and stackedit. This he estimated would be one hay rack load for each head oflivestock, an ample amount for the winter ahead. He fenced the stack withAspen poles and built a dug-out for a cabin. His closest neighbor was Jess Lincoln Driskill onthe T+T Ranch at the mouth of Beaver Creek by the Belle Fourche River, adistance of about fifteen miles. Due to the extreme cold and deep snow that winter, Dan finally kicked thepoles from the stack fence and let the livestock eat their way into thehay for food and warmth. Even then many of the cattle were lost toexposure. Dan’s diary relates that on a fall day in 1883, he rode to a lake abouttwo and one half miles southwest to hunt deer. What he encountered was agrizzly bear which he shot with his .44 carbine rifle. The animal was solarge he couldn't’t move it to dress out. The next morning he rode toJohn Pearson’s sawmill for help. When his friend, Green Todd, a bearhunter saw the skin he declared it was the largest he had ever seen. In the spring of 1884 Dan filed on a pre-emption on Black Tail Creeksoutheast of the Hulett family. His brand was three lazy BBB’s. Otherbachelors named his cabin “The Guilt Edge” for reasons now unknown. Late one afternoon while hunting for meat Dan saw five buffalo on agrassy ridge with wall rock all around except to the northwest.Positioning himself at this entrance he knew his scent would drift towardthe buffalo. Soon they caught his scent and ran for the only escape. Heshot and dressed them and went back to the cabin, greased the wagon and got his tarps and blankets.Before daylight the next morning he left for Deadwood with the load ofmeat where he sold it to the miners for five cents a pound. On the 23rd of December, 1886, Dan married Lulu Belle French at Sundance,Wyoming Territory. They resided on Black Tail Creek until 1895. Theirson, Dillon Bacon was born on their pre-emption on the 25th of July,1894. A new house was constructed at the head of the southeast fork ofRed Canyon where they ranched until 1908. Then they purchased thetownsite of Alva from Ed McWilliams and built a large two story store andsold groceries, general merchandise, wagons, buggies, and farm machinery.Mrs. Ruland served as postmaster from 1908 to 1914. Dan and Lulu Belle retired in 1916 and moved into a new house in Alvawhere they lived the rest of their lives. Dan passed away in his sleepthe 15th of April, 1945, and was laid to rest in the Alva Cemetery. This account is stated in the book - 'Pioneers Of Crook County1876-1920', by the Historical Society of Crook County, Crook County,Wyoming, copyright 1981, Pages 436-437, pictures on page 436.
Event-Misc*: Alva Cemetery, Alva, Crook Co., South Dakota, Type: Fact #1
Birth*: 22 August 1857, Rockport, Atchison County, Missouri, U.S.A.
Marriage*: 23 December 1886, Sundance, Crook County, Wyoming, U.S.A., Principal=Lulu 'Belle' Belle Dewing
Death*: 15 April 1945, Alva, Crook County, Wyoming, U.S.A.

Parents:

Father: Jackson Washington Ruland b. 14 September 1828
Mother: Mary Marie Dillon b. 5 July 1832

Family:

Lulu 'Belle' Belle Dewing b. 22 January 1859, d. 17 August 1946

Children:

Lulu Amanda French+ b. 12 Aug 1877, d. May 1976
Lana French+ b. 8 Jul 1879, d. 1980
Victor Mahon French+ b. 1 Jun 1881, d. Oct 1967
Dillon Bacon Ruland+ b. 25 Jul 1894, d. 14 Aug 1982

Dillon Bacon Ruland
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Note*: Dillon Bacon Ruland, son of a pioneer family, was born 25th of July,1894, on Black Tail Creek on his father’s pre-emption near Hulett,Wyoming, to Dan and Lulu Belle (nee Dewing) Ruland. In 1897, at the age of three, Dillon accompanied his parents on anoverland trip by team and wagon to Rockport, Missouri. They spent the 4thof July with his father’s uncle, Bailey Ruland, and family who owned andoperated a restaurant at Custer South Dakota. While in Rockport, Mrs.Ruland dried fruit which was brought back to Wyoming that November. In 1904 the family had promise of brighter days on the west coast.They went by train to Seattle where Dan’s sister and family lived. Atthat time a depression hit and no work could be found so they returned toWyoming to start anew. From the 21st of April to the 31st of December, 1913, Dillon workedfor Charlie Wood on the Beaver Creek ranch for $35.00 a month. Herelates that once he and another hired hand were haying in Lucky Gulchfor Mr. Wood and they went to a spring to get a drink and water thehorses. They had two cans, one to catch the water and the other with a cloth over it to strainout the 'wigglers'. It was so hot and men so thirsty the other mandidn't’t take the time to strain in it. He just continued to drink thensaid, 'They are getting into a hell of a place.' One of Dillon’s boyhood buddies was Ben Mahoney. They wouldoccasionally go prairie chicken hunting in Mahoney’s field southeast ofAlva. As shotgun shells were quite expensive for a couple of boys, theyalways waited until they could get two birds with one shot. While Dillon’s father operated the store in Alva the travelingsalesmen would make their visits by horse and buggy. Dillon was eager towager with them that he could hit a walnut or their silver dollar inmid-air with his .22 rifle. This venture kept him in ammunition money. Following the family tradition, Dillon built a new store building inAlva in 1916 on land he bought from Fred Aikman. Carpenters were WalterOsborn, Walter Hood, John Parkins and himself. In 1917, Dillon took the Civil Service examination for postmaster atAlva. He was appointed postmaster on the 11th of August, 1917, being theonly postmaster of the seven to date, to hold that office, who took theCivil Service examination for the position. In 1918 he enlisted in the army and after two unsuccessful physicalexams he was accepted. Dillon entered service on the 25th of July, 1918,and was discharged at Camp Funston, Kansas, on the 18th of December,1918. He served at Waco, Palace and Camp McArthur, Texas, as bayonetinstructor having taken the training under two British officers. He was on overseasrosters twice but was held back to train new recruits in bayonet use.While in service Dillon leased his store to a brother-in-law, Ben P.Colvin, who was Assistant Postmaster during the period. Upon returning home Dillon operated the General Merchandise Store andPost Office until the 1st of July, 1946, when the store was sold toMerlin O’Haver who was appointed Postmaster at the time. On the 25th of June, 1919, Dillon and Frances Olivia Nilson, eldestdaughter of Alfred and Hilda (nee Pearson) Nilson of the Alva Community,were united in marriage at Belle Fourche, South Dakota. Their onlychild, Elbert Dale, was born at Alva the 30th of October, 1922. Dalemarried Marry Catherine Kester on the 27th of November, 1947 and they have a son, Dan Albert,and a daughter, Elaine Marie. These children are both married and Elainehas two children. During the twenty-seven years they operated the store togetherDillon freighted from Deadwood, Rapid City and Belle Fourche for thestore: hauled grain to the elevator for local ranchers and operated hisown ranch. Consequently, it fell upon Frances to operate the store andpost office alone for the most part, besides being a mother and housewife. They soldgroceries, dry goods, hardware, notions, gas and oil, farm machinery,radios and cars. Whatever the public needed they would supply. Duringthe depression years necessary credit was extended to any one in need,enabling many to survive those desperate years. On the 13th of May, 1943, Dillon accepted the Cooperative WeatherBureau Station previously operated by Albert Knowles. He still maintainsthe station today (1981) after nearly thirty-eight years as CooperativeObserver. Baseball was a popular sport in this community and Dillon playedcenter field and pitch for many years, playing with the Hulett, Alva andAladdin teams. Another sport dear to his heart has been big gamehunting. Yet today elk, moose, deer and antelope hunters will see himroaming the prairies and mountains with his 30-06 rifle and keeping up with the best of them.Another of his hobbies has been hunting and collecting Indian artifacts. It has been said that Frances and Dillon never met a stranger. Thisis attested by the number of visitors to their home throughout the years. This account was contributed by Elbert 'Dale' Dale Ruland in the book- ‘Pioneers of Crook County 1876-1920’, by Crook County HistoricalSociety, Crook County, Wyoming, copyright 1981. Page 436 -437, pictures on page 436
Birth*: 25 July 1894, on the Black Tail Creek, Crook County, Wyoming, U.S.A.
Marriage*: 25 July 1919, Alva, Crook County, Wyoming, U.S.A., Principal=Frances Olivia Nilson
Burial*: August 1982, Lot 173, Alva, Crook County, Wyoming, U.S.A.
Death*: 14 August 1982, Alva, Crook County, Wyoming, U.S.A.

Parents:

Father: Daniel 'Dan' Able Ruland b. 22 August 1857, d. 15 April 1945
Mother: Lulu 'Belle' Belle Dewing b. 22 January 1859, d. 17 August 1946

Family:

Frances Olivia Nilson b. 30 November 1902, d. 27 December 1986

Children:

Elbert 'Dale' Dale Ruland+ b. 30 Oct 1922, d. 7 Sep 1990

Elbert 'Dale' Dale Ruland
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Event-Misc*: Alva, Crook County, Wyoming, U.S.A., Type: Fact #1
Birth*: 30 October 1922, Alva, Crook County, Wyoming, U.S.A.
Death*: 7 September 1990, Sundance, Crook County, Wyoming, U.S.A.

Parents:

Father: Dillon Bacon Ruland b. 25 July 1894, d. 14 August 1982
Mother: Frances Olivia Nilson b. 30 November 1902, d. 27 December 1986

Jackson Washington Ruland
Note*: Jackson Washington Ruland moved to Washington, D.C. where he served asa private secretary for two terms, to the Honorable Samuel Dailey, thedelegate in Congress from the Territory of Nebraska. Following this hemoved to New York City where he became the owner of the famous AstorPlace Motel which he managed for many years. This account is found on page 437 & was compiled by Frances Olivia(Nilson) Ruland and copied from the book - 'Pioneers Of Crook County1876-1920', by Crook County Historical Society, copyright 1981.
Birth*: 14 September 1828, Carmichaels, Green County, Pennsyvania, U.S.A.
Marriage*: 15 May 1853, Lowell, Missouri, U.S.A., Principal=Mary Marie Dillon

Family:

Mary Marie Dillon b. 5 July 1832

Children:

Lindley Emmet Ruland+ b. 6 Mar 1855
Daniel 'Dan' Able Ruland+ b. 22 Aug 1857, d. 15 Apr 1945

Lindley Emmet Ruland
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Note*: Lindley Emmet Ruland, eldest of seven children, was born the 6th ofMarch, 1855, on the farm in Calhoun County, Illinois, to his parents,Jackson Washington Ruland and Mary Marie (at this time, his mother’smaiden name nor her parentage are not known 1997). Finishing school at Rockport, Missouri, where his parents moved, helearned the painting, paperhanging and decorating trade. Lindley lived with his father in New York for a time and plied hisdecorating trade. He met and married Minnie Davidson, a lass from Ireland. In 1898 Lindley, Minnie and four children, Birdie, Alexander, Emmet,and Marguerite arrived in Belle Fourche, South Dakota by train. They weremet by relatives and lived for a time near his brother, Dan and family.Later they filed on a homestead on Beaver Creek four miles east of Alva,Wyoming. Lindley's brand was a capital HT, the T had a bar under it.This area is still known as the Ruland Gulch. They erected a frame houseand their water came from a nearby spring. The children attended theBeaver Creek School, which was built in 1896 and is still standing. In 1910, they sold their ranch and moved to Moscow, Idaho. Later theymoved to Los Angeles, California, where they lived the rest of theirlives. This account was compiled by Frances Olivia (Nilson) Ruland, and copiedfrom the book - 'Pioneers Of Crook County 1876-1920, by the Crook CountyHistorical Society, Crook County, Wyoming, 1981 copyright 1981. Page437. Lindley's brand is pictured on page 16 in the book 'Hulett Area Pastand Present', compiled, Published & Distributed by Hulett Area SeniorCitizens, Inc., Printed by Sand Creek Pring, Belle Fourche, South Dakota.
Death*: Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, California, U.S.A.
Marriage*: New York City, Manhatten County, New York, U.S.A., Principal=Minnie Davidson
Birth*: 6 March 1855, on parent's farm, Calhoun County, Illinois, U.S.A.

Parents:

Father: Jackson Washington Ruland b. 14 September 1828
Mother: Mary Marie Dillon b. 5 July 1832

Family:

Minnie Davidson

Children:

Mary 'Birdie' Ann Ruland b. 12 May 1889, d. 21 Dec 1951

Mary 'Birdie' Ann Ruland
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Birth*: 12 May 1889, New York City, New York, U.S.A.
Marriage*: 10 May 1911, Principal=John 'Johnnie' Thomas Mahoney
Burial*: December 1951, Inglewood, Los Angeles County, California, U.S.A.
Death*: 21 December 1951, Inglewood, Los Angeles County, California, U.S.A.

Parents:

Father: Lindley Emmet Ruland b. 6 March 1855
Mother: Minnie Davidson

Family:

John 'Johnnie' Thomas Mahoney b. 9 September 1888, d. 17 February 1945

Ada Runnion
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Birth*: 6 August 1907

Parents:

Father: James Mat Runnion b. 12 June 1874, d. 1 April 1950
Mother: Clara D. Lance b. 6 July 1881, d. 25 August 1934

Albert Runnion
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Note*: DEATH: Family records indicate that Albert RUNNION died at two months ofage.
Birth*: 1 July 1882
Death*: circa September 1882

Parents:

Father: Alfred Runnion b. 7 March 1842, d. 1 November 1922
Mother: Elizabeth Haley b. 19 May 1846, d. circa 1882

Alfred Runnion
Marriage*: Principal=(?) Unknown
Birth*: 7 March 1842
Marriage*: 12 November 1862, Principal=Elizabeth Haley
Death*: 1 November 1922

Family 1:

Elizabeth Haley b. 19 May 1846, d. circa 1882

Children:

William A Runnion b. 11 Nov 1863
Andrew J Runnion+ b. 30 Oct 1864
Sopharine R. Runnion+ b. 18 Mar 1865
Everett E. Runnion+ b. 20 Aug 1869
Delila R. Runnion+ b. 7 Mar 1872
James Mat Runnion+ b. 12 Jun 1874, d. 1 Apr 1950
Jesse Runnion+ b. 18 Aug 1878, d. 22 Sep 1969
Jennie Runnion b. 28 Feb 1880, d. c 1883
Albert Runnion b. 1 Jul 1882, d. c Sep 1882

Family 2:

(?) Unknown

Children:

John L. Runnion b. 16 Feb 1884

Andrew J Runnion
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Note*: MARRIAGE: Family records indicate that Andrew was married twice.
Birth*: 30 October 1864

Parents:

Father: Alfred Runnion b. 7 March 1842, d. 1 November 1922
Mother: Elizabeth Haley b. 19 May 1846, d. circa 1882

Delila R. Runnion
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Note*: BIRTH: NOTE: Family records indicate that Delila R. RUNNION and WillieSPENCER had five children.
Birth*: 7 March 1872

Parents:

Father: Alfred Runnion b. 7 March 1842, d. 1 November 1922
Mother: Elizabeth Haley b. 19 May 1846, d. circa 1882

Everett E. Runnion
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Birth*: 20 August 1869

Parents:

Father: Alfred Runnion b. 7 March 1842, d. 1 November 1922
Mother: Elizabeth Haley b. 19 May 1846, d. circa 1882

Ivy A. Runnion
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Birth*: 17 April 1910
Death*: 1913

Parents:

Father: James Mat Runnion b. 12 June 1874, d. 1 April 1950
Mother: Clara D. Lance b. 6 July 1881, d. 25 August 1934

James A. Runnion
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Birth*: 21 December 1898

Parents:

Father: James Mat Runnion b. 12 June 1874, d. 1 April 1950
Mother: Clara D. Lance b. 6 July 1881, d. 25 August 1934

James Mat Runnion
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Birth*: 12 June 1874
Marriage*: 13 May 1897, Principal=Clara D. Lance
Death*: 1 April 1950

Parents:

Father: Alfred Runnion b. 7 March 1842, d. 1 November 1922
Mother: Elizabeth Haley b. 19 May 1846, d. circa 1882

Family:

Clara D. Lance b. 6 July 1881, d. 25 August 1934

Children:

James A. Runnion b. 21 Dec 1898
John L. Runnion b. 13 Apr 1900
Virgie A. Runnion b. 30 Jun 1902, d. 10 Nov 1962
Vesta B. Runnion b. 10 Sep 1904
Ada Runnion b. 6 Aug 1907
Ivy A. Runnion b. 17 Apr 1910, d. 1913

Jennie Runnion
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Note*: DEATH: Family records indicate that Jennie RUNNION died when she wasthree years of age.
Birth*: 28 February 1880
Death*: circa 1883

Parents:

Father: Alfred Runnion b. 7 March 1842, d. 1 November 1922
Mother: Elizabeth Haley b. 19 May 1846, d. circa 1882

Jesse Runnion
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Marriage*: Principal=Effie (Effa) Luckens
Birth*: 18 August 1878
Death*: 22 September 1969

Parents:

Father: Alfred Runnion b. 7 March 1842, d. 1 November 1922
Mother: Elizabeth Haley b. 19 May 1846, d. circa 1882

Family:

Effie (Effa) Luckens b. 30 January 1889

John L. Runnion
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Note*: BIOGRAPHY: John L. RUNNION was the only child of Alfred RUNNION and hissecond wife (name unknown.)
Birth*: 16 February 1884

Parents:

Father: Alfred Runnion b. 7 March 1842, d. 1 November 1922
Mother: (?) Unknown

John L. Runnion
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Birth*: 13 April 1900

Parents:

Father: James Mat Runnion b. 12 June 1874, d. 1 April 1950
Mother: Clara D. Lance b. 6 July 1881, d. 25 August 1934

Sopharine R. Runnion
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Birth*: 18 March 1865

Parents:

Father: Alfred Runnion b. 7 March 1842, d. 1 November 1922
Mother: Elizabeth Haley b. 19 May 1846, d. circa 1882

Vesta B. Runnion
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Birth*: 10 September 1904

Parents:

Father: James Mat Runnion b. 12 June 1874, d. 1 April 1950
Mother: Clara D. Lance b. 6 July 1881, d. 25 August 1934

Virgie A. Runnion
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Birth*: 30 June 1902
Death*: 10 November 1962

Parents:

Father: James Mat Runnion b. 12 June 1874, d. 1 April 1950
Mother: Clara D. Lance b. 6 July 1881, d. 25 August 1934

William A Runnion
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Note*: DEATH: Family records indicate that William A. RUNNION was killed by atrain two weeks before his wedding.
Birth*: 11 November 1863

Parents:

Father: Alfred Runnion b. 7 March 1842, d. 1 November 1922
Mother: Elizabeth Haley b. 19 May 1846, d. circa 1882

Sarah Ann Runyon
Death*: Deceased

Family:

Marshall Hunt d. Deceased

Children:

Mary Llewellyn Hunt+ b. 2 Jun 1862, d. 7 Jul 1932

Mary Ann Ruona
Death*: 30 May 1961, Ironwood, Gogebic County, Michigan, U.S.A.
Birth*: 30 May 1961, Ironwood, Gogebic County, Michigan, U.S.A.

John Frederick Ruschhaupt
Death*: Deceased

Family:

Lola Leola Root d. Deceased

Lydia Rusco
Marriage*: Principal=Oliver Thorpe

Family:

Oliver Thorpe

Children:

William Oliver Thorpe+ b. 1830

Martha Russ
Marriage*: Principal=Robert Franklin Fortune

Family:

Robert Franklin Fortune b. 25 January 1882, d. 1954

Children:

Addie Fortune+ b. 12 Apr 1907

Mary Frances Russ
Birth*: 27 January 1890, Arkansas, U.S.A.
Marriage*: 1908, McIntosh County, Oklahoma, U.S.A., Principal=William Walter Fortune
Death*: 29 January 1945, Chalybeate Springs, Cross County, Arkansas, U.S.A.

Family:

William Walter Fortune b. 15 May 1885, d. 10 May 1968

Children:

Walter Franklin Fortune b. Dec 1908, d. Nov 1914
Otis William Fortune b. Jun 1915, d. Jul 1915
Eddie Marion Fortune b. Jan 1917
Thelma Evelyn Fortune b. Oct 1922, d. May 1924

(?) Russell
Marriage*: Principal=Thomas Tracy

Family:

Thomas Tracy b. 1818

Children:

Jane Desire Tracy+ b. Sep 1863

Allan A. Russell
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Charts:
Descendant Chart for John Townsend

Birth*: 7 June 1876, Newcastle, Northumberland, New Brunswick, Canada
Marriage*: November 1908, Northumberland, New Brunswick, Canada, Principal=Jessie H. Geikie
Death*: 31 January 1945, Bathurst, Gloucester, New Brunswick, Canada

Parents:

Father: William G. Russell b. circa 1826, d. before 1901
Mother: Charity Campbell b. 10 November 1849, d. 3 March 1918

Family:

Jessie H. Geikie b. 11 July 1882, d. circa 1929

Children:

Byron A. Russell d. 21 Jan 1944

Alma Russell
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Charts:
Descendant Chart for John Townsend

Birth*: 1 October 1883, Newcastle

Parents:

Father: William G. Russell b. circa 1826, d. before 1901
Mother: Charity Campbell b. 10 November 1849, d. 3 March 1918

Annie Russell
Death*: Deceased

Family:

John Falconer d. Deceased

Children:

Henry John Falconer+ b. 14 Jun 1889, d. Deceased

Archibald Russell
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Charts:
Descendant Chart for John Townsend

Birth*: 15 February 1872, Newcastle, Northumberland, New Brunswick, Canada
Death*: 26 April 1923, Nordin, Northumberland, New Brunswick, Canada

Parents:

Father: William G. Russell b. circa 1826, d. before 1901
Mother: Charity Campbell b. 10 November 1849, d. 3 March 1918

Bertha Russell
Death*: Deceased

Family:

Alexander Gray d. Deceased

Byron A. Russell
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Charts:
Descendant Chart for John Townsend

Death*: 21 January 1944

Parents:

Father: Allan A. Russell b. 7 June 1876, d. 31 January 1945
Mother: Jessie H. Geikie b. 11 July 1882, d. circa 1929

Daniel Russell
Death*: UNKNOWN
Marriage*: 17 March 1759, Dartmouth, Bristol County, Massachusetts, Principal=Lois Dyer

Family:

Lois Dyer b. 28 November 1740, d. UNKNOWN

Elizabeth Wardwell Russell
Death*: UNKNOWN

Family:

Charles Dyer Greene b. 3 April 1804, d. UNKNOWN

Children:

Elizabeth Gaire Greene+ d. UNKNOWN
William Russell Greene+ d. UNKNOWN

Ellis Goodfellow Russell
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Charts:
Descendant Chart for John Townsend

Birth*: 19 January 1887, Newcastle, Northumberland, New Brunswick, Canada
Marriage*: 18 August 1909, Chatham, Northumberland, New Brunswick, Canada, Principal=Reta M. Geikie
Marriage*: 5 October 1916, Redbank, Northumberland, New Brunswick, Canada, Principal=Ada Villa Johnston
Death*: 1967

Parents:

Father: William G. Russell b. circa 1826, d. before 1901
Mother: Charity Campbell b. 10 November 1849, d. 3 March 1918

Family 1:

Ada Villa Johnston b. 1892, d. 1985

Family 2:

Reta M. Geikie b. 18 January 1886, d. 4 November 1912

Children:

Reta Russell b. 1912, d. 16 Jan 1913

Frederick Russell
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Charts:
Descendant Chart for John Townsend

Birth*: 25 November 1879, Newcastle

Parents:

Father: William G. Russell b. circa 1826, d. before 1901
Mother: Charity Campbell b. 10 November 1849, d. 3 March 1918

George Russell
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Charts:
Descendant Chart for John Townsend

Marriage*: Principal=Mina McKenzie
Birth*: 7 June 1876, Newcastle, Northumberland, New Brunswick, Canada
Death*: 14 February 1935, Douglastown, Northumberland, New Brunswick, Canada

Parents:

Father: William G. Russell b. circa 1826, d. before 1901
Mother: Charity Campbell b. 10 November 1849, d. 3 March 1918

Family:

Mina McKenzie

Children:

Muriel Russell+ d. 27 Jul 1956
Howard Russell b. 12 Jan 1897, d. 1918
William Russell b. 12 Apr 1899
Mary Roberta Russell+ b. 1902, d. 1967

Harriet Laurine Russell
Death*:
Note*: Person Source
Birth*: 5 April 1854, Stanbridge, Mississquoi, Québec, Canada
Marriage*: 28 August 1878, Farnham, Québec, Canada, Principal=Arthur Corey
Marriage*: 22 December 1886, Principal=Fayette Zenas Corey

Family 1:

Arthur Corey b. 12 February 1849, d. 29 June 1885

Children:

Peris Grace Corey b. 2 Mar 1880

Family 2:

Fayette Zenas Corey b. 22 October 1853

Children:

Aileen Vivian Corey b. 2 Mar 1888
Reita Erissa Corey b. 3 May 1891

Herbert C. Russell
Pop-up Pedigree

Charts:
Descendant Chart for John Townsend

Birth*: 10 February 1890, Newcastle

Parents:

Father: William G. Russell b. circa 1826, d. before 1901
Mother: Charity Campbell b. 10 November 1849, d. 3 March 1918


         

Compiler:
David Walker
Edwards, Ontario, Canada

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