"I have been looking at your family history for the Chutes as my grandfather, Robin Austin, married Delia Chute in Invercargill, NZ in 1937. I cannot find any reference to her in your family history tree, etc. She was born to Christopher and Catherine Chute (nee Hughes). My Grandfather's first wife (my Mother's Mother) was Rosina Austin. Interested to learn more about Delia and her family."
Source: Diane Lean. See Source Reference.
Washington, D.C. April 11-50
We were very pleased to receive your letter and learn that all is well within the family circle. I am quite sure you will find plenty of material if you care to add to where Uncle William E. Chute left off, as that was quite a long time ago. When I was seven years old, my Mother came east on a visit from the west and the author was at Grandmother’s home many times and I have a faint recollection of him going over some of the material at that time. He was a collector of old music and had several trunks stored at his brother’s home, Uncle Freeman Chute, who was your great-uncle, too, but I hardly need to mention that.
I am sorry to say that my knowledge of the family tree is sketchy in parts so far as the last two generations are concerned, or the ones who lived in that part where your Father & Mother lived when they were young. But I can give you the name and address of a cousin who can supply much of the information I think you are looking for. The cousin is a Mrs. Leslie Hayes of London, Ontario and happens to be here now on an Easter visit. We gave her your letter to read and she said she would be pleased to give you any information she could furnish. Mrs. Hayes is the eldest daughter of my Mother’s youngest sister Olivia who married Lewis Hankinson. There is, living in Detroit now, a cousin Wilbur (illegible – Hankiman?), whose parents were related to the Chutes & McConnells on your father’s side.
Sorry to relate my mother died last Aug. age 90 yrs so both of my parents have passed on and my brother Lyell and wife live at the old place but don’t know for how long as he isn’t able to do much alone, and may dispose of the farm eventually.
You mention Tom Milledge, he was my father’s youngest brother but has been dead over 20 years and his wife Lorenda too. I am wondering if you have the Aunt Etta confused with someone else. Milledge had one daughter, Ruby, she married a Martlin Millard and have two children, Mack and Evelyn. Each of the children are married and have children. Mac Millard married while in England during the war, I think they have two children. Evelyn married a Silas Shaw and I think has two children. I don’t know their names but if you write to any of the ones I have mentioned, just Port Burwell, Route #1 will reach them.
Our son John will graduate from high school this spring. He has attended a vocational school and has majored in printing and has worked after school at different shops and now he works after school one week and a full week the next week and gets his credits that way. He is doing very well. Got himself a motorcycle and how he enjoys it. As soon as he is out of school he expects to take charge of the shop which is owned by a man who works for the Central Intelligence Office of the government here.
Laoda and Mrs. Hayes have just been downtown shopping and returned and when I told her I was answering your letter, she wanted me to tell you that she knows the Mrs. Sellers you mentioned and would like to have her address. At this point I must mention that a cousin of Mrs. Sellers – Ena McConnell Chute – just died in March and Mrs. Hayes nursed her for some weeks before the end. [Note: he may refer to Minnie Gertrude Selleralthough that is uncertain.]
I imagine you will try and look up the descendants of the Chute side and that will embrace all the brothers and sisters on your father’s side and then again on your mother’s side too. As you may know, your father and my mother were first cousins, and my Father and your mother were cousins, too. My Mother was one of nine children and their families number into the hundreds and they are scattered all over North America, and I must add India, too.
Pleased to hear that your mother is well and was enjoying herself, as a visit from Miriam would mean a lot to her when she is alone so much of the year. I received a wonderful letter from her soon after Mother died. I have never forgotten the many nice things she did for me when I first lived in Toledo. Remember me to her when you write, will you please.
In conclusion, I really know if no one who has all the information or attempted to gather any, but as I said before Mrs. Hayes can furnish a lot which may prove a great help and will give you her address here.
"Mrs. Hayes is a widow, her husband died very suddenly about 15 months ago. She has two sons: the eldest has a roadside eating place called Hayes Villa, about 5 miles south of London and does a flourishing business. The other son is attending the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Louisville, Ky. Mrs. Hayes, Myrtle as she is known to all of us, s easy to meet and a real good scout. I am sure you will enjoy meeting her when convenient.
She visits Detroit friends and sometime you may be able to contact her and get the information direct.
George, it makes me feel a little ancient when you tell of your two grown up boys, but time acts like that and there is very little we can do about it.
Kindly give our best to Jo and hope you both enjoy the best of health and other members of the family, too.
PS: Mrs. Hayes just said may be the Etta you mentioned was the Lorenda after all, but we are not sure.
"I am the daughter of Jeannette Audrey Chute (Bernard Handley - Melvin - descendants of John and Judith Chute who came to Nova Scotia from the US as New England Planters in the 1760's.) I would be interested in correcting and completing the information on our branch ... I have been interested in genealogy for many years. I am working on the Robbins line, which has close connection with the Chutes in the Annapolis area. My father, Denton Orde, has published two genealogical works - one on the Ordes and the other on the Rawdings".
"The attendance at the Sabbath school still continues good. A number of prizes have been awarded for memorizing Scripture. In the last competition R. S. Newcombe was awarded a prize of a very fine Bible for reciting the 26th chapter of Acts. The competitors were Roland Chute, A. G. Loomer and R. S. Newcombe. The judges were J. M. Marchant, Miss Jennie Skinner and John M. Rand. Mr. Marchant gave the report of the decision of the judges and spoke very highly of the manner in which all the competitors had recited but reported R. S. Newcombe was entitled to the prize as he had repeated the chapter without a single mistake."
Source: Index of extracts from the Berwick Register, beginning Jan. 6th, 1897. https://sites.rootsweb.com/~canbrnep/register.htm
ATKINSON, Lord (John Atkinson, P.C. — Cr. 1905. Eldest son of Edward Atkinson, Esq., M.D., J.P., of Glenwilliam Castle, co. Limerick, who d. 1876, by his 1st wife Eosetta, who d. 1849, dau. of the late Capt. John Shaw McCulloch; b. 1844 ; m. 1873 Rowena Jane, who d. 1911, dau.of the late Eichard Chute, Esq.,M.D., of Tralee, co. Kerry. Lord Atkinson, who was called to the Bar at King's Inns, Dublin, 1865, and at the Inner Temple 1890, became a Q.C. 1880 and a Bencher of King's Inns 1885, and of the Inner Temple 1906, and was Solicitor-Gen. for Ireland 1888-92, Attorney-Gen. for Ireland in 1892 and 1895-1905, and M.P. for co. Londonderry, N. Derry Dir., 1895-1905; appointed a Lord of Appeal in Ordinary 1905, and cr. a Life Peer 1905. — Carlton Club, s.w.; Kildare Street Club, Dublin ; 39, Hyde Park Gate, s.w.
Source: Halford, Edward, 1823-1897. The County Families of the United Kingdom: Royal Manual of the Titled and Untitled Aristocracy of England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland, Containing a Brief Notice of the Descent, Birth, Marriage, Education and Appointments of Each Person, His Heir Apparent or Presumptive, As Also a Record of the Offices Which he Has Hitherto Held, Together with His Town Address, County Residence and Clubs, 49th Edition, Printed at The Ballantyne Press, Spottiswoode, Ballantyne & Co. Ltd., Colchester, London » Eton, England, 1919. Page 46.
CHUTE, Rowland Eidingtoun, Esq., of Lee Brook, Co. Kerry.
Eldest son of Capt. Richard Rowland Chute, J.P., late 26th Foot, of Lee Brook, who d. 1908, by Margaret only dau. of the late James Eidingtoun, Esq., D.L., of Gargunnock; b. 1863; m. 1891 Margaret Urquhart, dau of the late Rev. Charles Tyner, Rector of Kilcoleman, co. Kerry, Lee Brook, Tralee, co. Kerry.
Source: Halford, Edward, 1823-1897. The County Families of the United Kingdom: Royal Manual of the Titled and Untitled Aristocracy of England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland, Containing a Brief Notice of the Descent, Birth, Marriage, Education and Appointments of Each Person, His Heir Apparent or Presumptive, As Also a Record of the Offices Which he Has Hitherto Held, Together with His Town Address, County Residence and Clubs, 49th Edition, Printed at The Ballantyne Press, Spottiswoode, Ballantyne & Co. Ltd., Colchester, London » Eton, England, 1919. Pages 262-263.
William Dobbs-Burleigh, Esq., b. in 1765, was called to the bar in 1788. He m. in 1796, Anne, dau. of Thomas Wills, Esq. of Willsgrove, Co. Roscommon, by Lucy Talbot, his wife, and left at his decease, in 1829, with a son, Henry, a lieut. in the Hon. E.I.C.S., and three daus., one of whom, Jane, w. to the Rev. John-L. Chute, an elder son, the present William Burleigh, Esq. of Carrickfergus.
Arms—Vert, three boars' heads, couped, org., armed, or.
Crest—a demi-boar, ppr., armed, hoofed, and bristled, or, and gorged with a chain, of the last, supporting a thistle, pur.
Source: Burke, J. Bernard, Esq. A Genealogical and Heraldic History of The Commoners of Great Britain And Ireland for 1852, Comprising Particulars of Upwards of 100,000 Individuals: Volume I, A-O, Colburn & Co., Publishers, Great Marlborough Street, London 1852. Page 164
CHUTE OF TULLYGARON.
Chute, Francis, Esq. of Tullygaron (or Chute Hall), co. Kerry, s. his father in 1836; m. 1st, Mary-Anne, dau. of Trevor Bomford, Esq. of Dublin, and has three sons and one dau., viz., Richard, of Blennerville, co. Kerry, a magistrate for that county, who m. Dorothea, dau. and heir of Arthur Blennerhaseett, Esq, of Blennerville, by Helen-Jane, his wife, dau. of Thomas, Lord Ventry, and granddau. of Sir Rowland Blennerhassett, Bart, of Blennerville, and has issue two sons and two daughters.
Trevor, captain in the 70th Foot.
Mary, m. to — Harnett, Esq.
Capt Chute wedded 2ndly, Arabella, dau. of the Rev. Maynard Denny, of Churchill, brother of Sir Barry Denny, Bart, of Tralee, M.P. for the county of Kerry, and that lady has,
i. Francis, ii. Arthur, i. Penelope, ii. Arabella.
Lineage. For more detail on and issues with this lineage, see Notes
The Chutes of Chute Hall derive from that branch of the ancient family of Chute which was seated in the county of Kent. The first who settled in Ireland, George Chute, a military officer, went into that kingdom during the rebellion of Desmond, and obtained grants of land near Dingle, and in the county of Limerick, which were soon, however, alienated. He m. an Evans, of the county of Cork, and had a son,
Daniel Chute, who acquired, in marriage with a daughter of McElligott, the lands of Tulligaron (subsequently called Chute Hall), which were afterwards (with others since disposed of) confirmed by patent, in 1630, under which they are now held, he left (with a dau., m. to — Crosbie, Esq.) a son and successor,
Richard Chute, Esq. of Tulligaron, co. Kerry, who m. a dau. of Crosbie of Tubrid, and was s. by his son,
Eusebius Chute, Esq. of Tulligaron, who m. Mary, sister of Mr. Justice Bernard, of the court of Common Pleas in Ireland, ancestor of the Earls of Bandon. By this lady he had issue.
I. Richard, his heir;
II. Francis, who died collector of Tralee, s. p.;
III. Pierce, ancestor of the Chutes of Tralee; and
IV. Arthur, in holy orders, who d. unm.
The eldest son,
Richard Chute, Esq. of Tulligaron, m. Charity, dau. of John Herbert, Esq. of Castle Island, co. Kerry, and had issue,
I. Francis, his heir.
II. Richard, of Roxborough, in Kerry, who m. Jane, dau. of — Austen, Esq., of Waterfall, in the same county, and left one son and two daus., viz., Richard, who m. Miss Morris, of Ballybeggin, in Kerry, and has one son, George, and three daus.; Mary. m. to Hugh Jamison, Esq. of Cork.; Charity, m. to Robert Torrens, Esq., M.P. for Bolton.
I. Margaret, m. to George Rowan, Esq. of Rahtarmy, co. Kerry, and had issue.
II. Agnes, m. to John Sealy, Esq. of Maglass, in Kerry, and had issue.
III. Catherine, m. to Cornelius McGillicuddy, (McGillicuddy of the Reeks) and had issue.
Mr. Chute was s. at his decease by his eldest son,
Francis Chute, Esq. of Tulligaron, or Chute Hall, who m. in 1761, Ruth, dau. of Sir Riggs Falkiner, Bart, of Anne Mount, co. Cork, and had issue,
I. Richard, his heir.
II. Falkiner, captain in the 22nd regiment of Light dragoons, who m. Anne, dau. of Captain Goddard, of the Queens County, and left at his decease an only dau., Catherine, m. to William Cooke, Esq. of Retreat, near Athlone.
III. Caleb, captain in the 69th foot, who m. Elizabeth, dau. of Theopbilus Yielding, Esq. of Cahir Anne, co. Kerry.
IV. Francis Bernard, who m. Jane, dau. of John Rowan, Esq. of Castle Gregory, and has issue,
V. Arthur, who m. Frances, dau. of John Lindsay, Esq. of Lindville, Cork, and haa issue,
1. Francis, in holy orders.
2. John, also in holy orders.
1. Frances. 2 Ruth. 3. Anne.
I. Margaret, m. to Thomas-William Sandes, Esq. of Sallowglen, co. Kerry.
II. Ruth, m. to the late Thomas Elliot, Esq. of Garrynthenavally, in Kerry.
Mr. Chute d. in 1782, and was s. by his eldest son,
Richard Chute, Esq. of Chute Hall, b. in 1768, high sheriff of the county of Kerry in 1786, m. 1st, in 1785, Agnes, dau. of Rowland Bateman, Esq. of Oak Park, and had, by her, two sons and three daughters, viz.,
I. Francis, his heir.
II. Rowland, of Leebrooke, near Tralee, formerly captain in the 58th regiment, m. Frances, dau. of James Crosbie, Esq. of Ballyheigue Castle, formerly M.P. for the county of Kerry, and has two sons and two daus.
I. Laetitia, m. to William Raymond, Esq. of Dromm, co. Kerry.
II. Ruth, m. to William Cooke, Esq. of the Cottage, near Athlone.
III. Agnes, m. to Richard Mason, Esq. of Cappanahane, co. Limerick, and is deceased.
Mr. Chute m. 2ndly, In 1708, Elizabeth, dau. of the Rev. Dr. William Maunsell, D.D., of the city of Limerick, and by her had two sons and three daughters,
I. William Maunsell, m. the dau. of the Rev. Mr. Nash, of Ballycarthy, near Tralee, and has issue.
II. Richard, M.D., Tralee, m. Miss Elizabeth Rowan, of Rahtamy, and has issue.
I. Elizabeth, m. to the Rev. Robert Wade, of Tralee.
II. Dorothea, m. to William Neligan, Esq. of Tralee, and is deceased.
Arms—Gu., semee of mullets, or, three swords, barways, ppr., the middlemost encountering the other two; a canton per fesse, arg. and vert, thereon a lion passant.
Crest—A dexter cubit arm in armour, the hand on a gauntlet grasping a broken sword, in bend sinister, ppr., pommel and hilt, or.
Motto Fortune de guerre
Source: Burke, J. Bernard, Esq. A Genealogical and Heraldic History of The Commoners of Great Britain And Ireland for 1852, Comprising Particulars of Upwards of 100,000 Individuals: Volume I, A-O, Colburn & Co., Publishers, Great Marlborough Street, London 1852. Page 221
John Price, Esq., m. Anne, dau. and sole heir of Chute, of Wistaston, and was s. at his decease by his son, Thomas Price, Esq. of Wistaston, who m. Diana, dau. of Sir Christopher Bray, of Lincolnshire, and had (with a dau., Diana, wife of Button of Cotterell) a son and successor, John Price, Esq. of Wistaston, M.P. for Herefordshire, in the reign of Queen Anne, who m. his cousin, Elizabeth, dau. and heir of Herbert Price, Esq., and had, with three sons, who all d. in their infancy, two daus., of whom the only survivor, Mary Price, m. Thomas Hayton, Esq., and brought Wistaston into that family. By him she had a son and successor, Thomas-Chute Hayton, Esq. of Wistaston, who m. Lucinda, dau. of Thomas Bayley, Esq. of Hereford, and left, with a dau., m. to Joseph Smith, Esq. of Worcester, one son, William-Chute Gwinnett, Esq. of Wistaston and Penlline Castle.
Arms— Az., a chev. between three spear heads, arg., erabrued, ppr., within a bordure, or.
Crest— A horse's head, sa., gorged, with a wreath of oak, or, in the mouth a broken spear, in bend sinister, point down wards, embrued, ppr.
Motto— Virtus nobilitat.
Seats—Moreton Court, and Wistaston, Co. Hereford; and Penlline Castle, co. Glamorgan.
Source: Burke, J. Bernard, Esq. A Genealogical and Heraldic History of The Commoners of Great Britain And Ireland for 1852, Comprising Particulars of Upwards of 100,000 Individuals: Volume I, A-O, Colburn & Co., Publishers, Great Marlborough Street, London 1852. Page 518
viii. Susan Ann, b. June 30, 1836; m. Charles T., son of Thomas, son of Dea. Benjamin Potter, of Smith's Cove, Digby Co., Mar. 9, 1864.
1. John Henry, b. Nov. 15, 1855; m. Bertha Eldridge, Feb. 21, 1876. He is a farmer and singing teacher. Three children.
2. Laura Bell, b. Nov. 24, 1857; m. George B. Thomas; had seven children and d. Nov. 29, 1891, at Smith's Cove.
3. George W., b. Mar. 27, 1862; m.
4. Arthur C, b. Feb. 3, 1866; m. in New Zealand.
Source: Chute, William Edward. A Genealogy and History of the Chute Family in America: With Some Account of the Family in Great Britain and Ireland, with an Account of Forty Allied Families Gathered from the Most Authentic Sources. Salem, Massachusetts, 1894. Page 86.
10. vii. Dea. Benjamin Potter, J. P., brother to the above [Joseph Potter], b. Dec. 11, 1777; m. Jane Spurr (Abram, Michael), and lived at Smith's Cove, Digby county, good, pious people, and farmers. He d. June, 1861. She d. 1864, aged 86.
i. Eliza, b. 1799; m. Caleb Soulice (John, Daniel, John, John, of the French Pyrenees in France, 1670); and had Benjamin Potter, 1830; Cynthia, 1831; Henry Harris, 1833 ; Eliza Deborah, 1835 ; John L., 1837 ; James Albert, 1839; Amanda J., Mary Emily, and Annetta. Mrs. Soulis d. 1848; he m. 2d, Olive, daughter of John Potter (she was drowned, 1868); he m. 3d, Mrs. Roop.
ii. Thomas, b. April 1, 1800; m. Sarah A., daughter of Jeremiah Smith, Jr., and had Henrietta Jane, Charles Thomas (m. Susan Ann Chute), Eliza Abigail (m. B.P. Soulice), Oratia Adelia, Sarah Ann, Emma Amelia, Cynthia, Jeremiah Smith, and Louise Maria.
iii. John L., b. 1802; m. Caroline Hunt (Elijah, Benjamin); 10 children. He d. March 24, 1867, aged 65; she in Boston.
iv. William F., b. about 1804; m. Abigail O., daughter of Capt. Simpson; 4 children
v. Henry, b. about 1807; m. Polly Rice (Silas, Capt. John); 5 children.
vi. Cynthia, b. about 1810 ; m. William Jones, Jr., and d. 1843 ; son, Benjamin Potter Jones, b. Sept. 6, 1842; m. Sept. 29, 1872, Abbie F., daughter of William Butterfield of Vermont (b. May 17, 1851); to Boston, 1864, cabinet maker; have Walter Alford, b. Jan. 26, 1874, and Clinton Havelock, b. Nov. 20, 1888; lost 3 or 4.
vii. Jane, b. about 1812; m. John, son of Jeremiah Ditmars; 3 children.
viii. James M., b. about 1815; m. Elizabeth Sharp; went to Fonthill, Ont., 1851 ; then to St. Catherine's, as principal of a high school, 25 years; but since 1880 to California; 6 or 7 children.
ix. Edward W., b. about 1818; m. Abigail Soulice (Daniel, John, Daniel, John, John); 3 children,
x. Emeline, b. about 1822; m. George S. Soulice (Daniel, John, etc.); 3 children. She d. 1860; he m. 2d, Minerva Sypher.
Source: Chute, William Edward. A Genealogy and History of the Chute Family in America: With Some Account of the Family in Great Britain and Ireland, with an Account of Forty Allied Families Gathered from the Most Authentic Sources. Salem, Massachusetts, 1894. Pages cliii-cliv. Allied Familes: Potter.
8. vii. Israel Potter (Joseph, Joseph, Ephraim, Robert, Robert, Nicholas), b. in Sudbury, Middlesex county, Mass., July, 1763; in 1780 he joined a company of six-months' men in Shrewsbury, Worcester county, to reinforce the Continental Army, and marched from Springfield with Lieut. Taylor of the 2d Mass. Regt., July 6. After the war he went to Nova Scotia, and settled on his father's estate, called Potter's Point, in Clements, where he carried on farming and fishing. He was captain of militia in the war of 1812, and served through the last of the reign of George III, into the reign of George IV. He m. Mary, daughter of Capt. John Rice (see Rice), Jan. 7, 1786, and they lived together over 61 years. I do not know what year he was converted and joined the Baptist church, but he wrote a letter to Dr. T. Baldwin (1753-1826), of Boston, in 1810, telling of a " powerful reformation" in Clements, when about 200 were converted to the Lord ; and the glorious work spread away " up the river" to Bridgetown and elsewhere. He was called to preach about this time, and was ordained to the gospel ministry in 1822, and continued a faithful minister of Jesus Christ to the end. He d. Aug. 17, 1847. She d. March 7, 1849, aged 81.
13. i. Aaron, b. Sept. 3, 1786.
ii Zebudah, b. March 22, 1788; m. Josiah Spurr, 1807, and had William, John, Mary Ann, Eleanor, and Eliza; and d. Jan. 11, 1816.
14. iii. Israel, Jr., b. Jan. 7, 1790.
15. iv. John, b. Jan. 17, 1792.
16. v. Joseph, b. Jan. 31, 1794.
vi. Mary, b. May 16, 1796; m. James Balcomb, and d. Oct.2, 1880 ; 9 children,
vii. Sarah, b. Dec. 17, 1798 ; m. Josiah Spurr, his 2d wife, and had Letitia, Diadama, Israel, Charles, and Sarah.
viii. Fanny, b. Jan. 11, 1800; d.
17. ix. James Manning, b. April 7, 1802.
18. x. Jacob, b. Feb. 10, 1804.
xi. Susanna, b. Feb. 10, 1806; m. Henry Watkeys, and had Henry, Mary, Susan, William Edward, and Harriet, and d. Nov., 1866. He d. before her.
xii Ann, b. Nov. 15, 1808 ; m. Rev. J. B. Cogswell. See Cogswell.
19. xiii. Josiah Spurr, b. Feb. 22, 1810.
xiv. Zeruah, b. Dec. 24, 1812 ; m. Thomas, son of Jonathan Hurd, and had Abijah and Albert. She d. March 9, 1840 ; he m. 2d, Jane, daughter of Edward Morgan.
20. xv. Isaiah S., b. Oct. 9, 1814.
Source: Chute, William Edward. A Genealogy and History of the Chute Family in America: With Some Account of the Family in Great Britain and Ireland, with an Account of Forty Allied Families Gathered from the Most Authentic Sources. Salem, Massachusetts, 1894. Pages cli - clii. Allied Familes: Potter.
13. viii. Dea. Aaron Potter (Rev. Israel, Joseph, Joseph, Ephraim, Robert, Robert, Nicholas), b. in Clements, Sept. 3, 1786; m. Susanna, daughter of Anthony Purday, and lived near Clementsvale; farmer; d. Sept. 21, 1860; she d. March 22, 1874, aged 87.
i. Dea. James Edward, Esq., b. 1810; in. Mary M., daughter of Isaac Ditmars, and had Isaac, 1837; Abram D., 1838; Alexis, 1841; Lemma L., 1843; Rachel E., 1845; Sarah I., 1848; James Edward, 1851; Mary M., 1852; Hubert V., 1854; Caroline E., 1857; George, 1862. She d. 1863. He m. 2d, Naomi Chute (see No. 59); had a son, George F., b. 1865. Dea. Potter d. Aug. 1, 1890,and she lives in Lynn.
ii. Fanny G., b. 1812; m. James Snell.
iii. Mary Ann, b. 1815 ; m. James E. Jefferson (see Harris); 6 children.
iv. Anthony, b. 1816; m. Elizabeth E. Jefferson; m. 2d,Sarah A. Wright; m. 3d, Lucinda (Chute) Potter, 1889; he d. July 31, 1890; she d. Dec. 24, 1892. Children: Sophia, Julia, Elizabeth, Helen, Charles, William, Georgiana, Robert, Anna, Bertha, David, and Florence.
v. Israel, b. 1818; m. Caroline Lecain; Susan Roup.
vi. Zebudah, b. 1821; m. Dea. Ezra, son of Dea. Benjamin Potter.
vii. Jacob, b. 1823; b. and d. in March.
viii. Susannah, b. 1824; d. 1855.
ix. Reuben D., b. 1826; m. Sarah Dyer, daughter of John Gilliatt, Jan. 24, 1850; 7 children.
x. Aaron, b. 1828; m. Rebecca, daughter of Dea. Benjamin Potter ; 6 children, and d. Feb. 2, 1892.
xi. Elizabeth, b. 1831; m. John H. Millner, Oct. 29, 1857. xii. Moses, b. 1833; d. young.
Source: Chute, William Edward. A Genealogy and History of the Chute Family in America: With Some Account of the Family in Great Britain and Ireland, with an Account of Forty Allied Families Gathered from the Most Authentic Sources. Salem, Massachusetts, 1894. Page clvi. Allied Familes: Potter.
14. viii. Rev. Israel Potter, Jr., brother to the above [Aaron Potter], b. Jan. 7, 1790; m. Catharine, daughter of John Ditmars, and lived at Clementsvale; farmer and Baptist minister. He was ordained to the ministry in 1835, and d. June 26, 1860; she d. about 1870.
i Dea. John Douglass, b. 1815; m. Lucinda Chute (see No. 59), Jan. 4, 1840.
ii Dea. Dowe Ditmars, b. 1817; m. Mary Ann, daughter of Josiah Spurr; 2 children ; she d. April, 1885. He m. 2d, Elizabeth Everett, widow of Robert Chute (see No. 171), Dec. 10, 1885. Live near Clementsvale.
iii David H., in. Elizabeth Bacon ; 5 children.
iv Jeremiah V., m. Sophia Chute, Feb. 10, 1848. See No. 59.
v Rebecca, b. 1825; m. Richard H. Sanford, March 25, 1847. See Sanford.
vi Joseph, m. Sarah D., daughter of James Rice, a school teacher. See Rice
vii Isbael, d. young.
viii Mary Catharine, m. Edward Jones; one son, Fred.
iz Abigail S., d. young.
x Dea. Joshua C, m. Clarissa Chute. See No. 63.
xi Zenas Aaron, b. April 20, 1840 ; d. Feb. 20, 1865.
Source: Chute, William Edward. A Genealogy and History of the Chute Family in America: With Some Account of the Family in Great Britain and Ireland, with an Account of Forty Allied Families Gathered from the Most Authentic Sources. Salem, Massachusetts, 1894. Pages clvi - clvii. Allied Familes: Potter.
"Shirley B. Chute - 89, of Berwick, passed away Thursday, May 23, 2013 in the Valley Regional Hospital, Kentville. Born in Waterville, Kings County, she was a daughter of the late C. Earle and Ida Mae (Pineo) (Whitman) Chute. She had been employed as a teacher and retired from Acadia University. She is survived by a brother, Robert (Myrna) Chute, Berwick; several nieces and nephews. In addition to her parents, she was predeceased by a sister, Margaret Durno; a brother, Allison. Cremation has taken place under the direction of the White Family Funeral Home and Cremation Services, Kentville. There will be no visitation or funeral service, by request. Donations in memory may be made to the charity of your choice."
Source: See Source
"Chute family provides Berwick Bike Skills Park"
The Town of Berwick will be able to move ahead with the development of a new Bike Skills Park for the area, thanks to a donation of land from Lewis Chute and his family.
The family met with Berwick Mayor Don Clarke on Tuesday, Aug. 29, to formally gift the donated property.
Chute, his wife Inez and their daughter Kathryn Morse were present for the occasion.
He and his family have been working with the Town of Berwick to donate the land for the benefit of future generations.
The donated property is 8.7 acres in size and includes a quarry, grasslands and wooded areas with good accessibility from Orchard Street and Spartan Avenue. The Town of Berwick anticipates that the site will provide local residents and visitors with a location to participate in mountain biking, BMX bike riding and other active recreational activities such as walking and hiking.
The park will not be open to motorized vehicles. In the winter, it will offer a site for coasting, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing.
Town staff is currently working through the final design components with TrailFlow Outdoor Adventures of Wolfville. Construction is anticipated to begin on the first phase before the end of September.
A prominent businessman in the town, Chute is a developer of note, a veteran firefighter and has always had an ardent interest in the promotion and development of Berwick.
Source: The Chronicle Herald, Published September 26, 2017 - 10:53am, Updated September 26, 2017 - 2:42PM. http://m.thechronicleherald.ca/valleyharvester/1506435-chute-family-provides-berwick-bike-skills-park
Obituary, Lillian Joyce Chute Corey
COREY LILLIAN J. – At the Saint John Regional Hospital on Monday, September 26th, 2016; Lillian Joyce (Chute) Corey, wife of the late Charlie Corey.
Born in Campobello, NB, she is the daughter of the late Livingston & Harriet (Cook) Chute.
Lillian is survived by her son Carl of Welshpool, NB, one grandson Trevor, 1 sister Glenna Kinney (Alfred), 1 brother Lester Chute (Carol) all of Campobello.
She was predeceased by her husband Charlie, daughter Inez Olsen, grandson Jason, sister Edna Calder, 2 brothers Vernon Chute and Edwin Chute.
The interment will follow in North Road Cemetery.
Source: Humphreys Funeral Home
Obituary, Thelma Loressa or Lauressa Chute Crabb
THELMA L. CRABBE
The death of Thelma L. Crabbe, widow of Linus H. Crabbe, occurred at Central Carleton Nursing Home, Hartland, NB. on February 18, 1998 after a period of failing health. She was born in Hainesville, N.B., December 21, 1904, daughter of the late Rankin and Carrie (Wallace) Chute. She is survived by three sons: Lyman (Louise), Houlton, Maine; Royden (Elaine), Wilmot, N.B.; Blair (Hazel), Abbotsford, B.C.: seven daughters, Jean (Wendell) Dow, Hartland, N.B.; Geraldine (Stanley) Crandlemire, Mt. Pleasant, N.B.; Uda (Robert) McIntosh, Wicklow, N.B.; Juanita Hallett, Hartland, N.B.; Edith (Paul) Newman, St. Stephen, N.B.; Doris (Joe) Jurczak, Cloverdale, N.B. and Kerry (Haldean) Palmer, Plaster Rock, N.B.; 35 grandchildren; 61 great-grandchildren and 7 great-great-grandchildren; two sisters, Irma (Arley) Marr, Burtts Corner, N.B. and Nellie (Stewart) Somerville, Taymouth, NB.; two brothers, Elmer (Violet) Chute, Fredericton and Garfield (Glenna) Chute, Peterborough, Ontario and by a number of nieces, nephews and cousins. She was predeceased by three brothers and four sisters. Funeral service was held from Hartland Wesleyan Church, February 21, 1998 with Rev. Brian Murray officiating assisted by Rev. Gerald Inman and Lic. Willie Thompson. Hymns "It Is Well With My Soul" and "While The Ages Roll" were sung by the choir. A solo "He Touched Me" was rendered by granddaughter Carolyn Walton accompanied by Suzanne Prosser. Pallbearers were grandsons Randy Crabbe, Nathan Mclntosh, David Hallett, John New-man, Neil Millherin, Troy Crabbe, Billy Crabbe and Mark Palmer. Honorary pallbearers were Ronnie Crabbe, Michael and Mario McIntosh, Paul and Bruce Hallett, Alton Newman, Adam Jurczak, Wayne and Trent Milherin. The largely attended funeral, many floral tributes and numerous donations attested to the high esteem in which the deceased was held. Entombment in the Pythian Vault with interment in the Cloverdale Cemetery in the Spring. Arrangements were in charge of Britton's Funeral Home in Hartland, N.B.
ii. Margaret, b. July 9, 1838; m. Isaac, son of Gardner Dodge jr., Mar. 4, 1863; he d. Nov. 26, 1866, aged 30 years and 8 months.
Source: Chute, William Edward. A Genealogy and History of the Chute Family in America: With Some Account of the Family in Great Britain and Ireland, with an Account of Forty Allied Families Gathered from the Most Authentic Sources. Salem, Massachusetts, 1894. Page 94.
Lily Marie BROSTEK, b. [Private], Hyannis, Barnstable, MA., d of Macayla Elizabeth CHUTE b. [Private], Hyannis, MA. and Edward Anthony BROSTEK Jr b. [Private], NY state. His parents are Diane and Edward BROSTEK.
Valerie Joan STRANGER KOSS CHUTE, b. [Private], Hyannis, Barnstable, MA., d of Herbert Winfred STRANGER Jr., 1929 - 2013 and Joan Elizabeth LINSKEY, 1929 - 2001, m. 1 Richard Franklin KOSS 1946-1994, m. 2 Christopher Williams CHUTE b. [Private], m. [Private] Barnstable, MA.
Jamie Danielle Koss, b. [Private], Hyannis, MA., d. Richard Franklin KOSS, s. of Jacob KOSS 1904-1983, and Anna Dora LEVINE 1915-2009, and Valerie Joan STRANGER KOSS, m. Christopher Bernard ISHERWOOD b. [Private] in FL, s. of William ISHERWOOD and Anita/Elizabeth ?, m. [Private] in Weld, ME.
Addison Elizabeth ISHERWOOD, b. 7 Jan 2016 Newton Wellesly, MA., d. of Jamie Danielle KOSS ISHERWOOD and Christopher Bernard ISHERWOOD.
Macayla Elizabeth CHUTE, d. of Valerie Joan STRANGER KOSS CHUTE and Christopher Williams CHUTE.
Olivia Grace CHUTE b. 7 Sep 1999 Hyannis, MA. d of Valerie Joan STRANGER KOSS CHUTE and Christopher Williams CHUTE.
Source: E-Mail, "Family Update", Mon, Oct 9, 2017 12:34 pm, Christopher Williams Chute to Jacqueline Chute.
KINNEY GLENNA - At the Charlotte County Hospital on Tuesday, July 25th, 2017; Glenna Idella (Chute) Kinney; wife of the late Alfred Kinney of Campobello, NB. Born in Campobello, she was the daughter of the late Livingston & Harriet (Cook) Chute.
Glenna was a longtime member of Wilsons Beach United Baptist Church. She had a favorite past time of crocheting and loved the beauty of nature in flowers.
Glenna is survived by her brother Lester of Campobello, Carol Chute of Bangor, ME, grandchildren Lisa Chute Miller and her husband Allen of Bingam, ME, Lauren [Lawrence?] Chute of North Carolina, Lori Chute and her companion Tren Morris of Ventura CA, great grandchildren Craig Miller (Shaela) of Corinna, ME, Christopher Miller (Courtney) of Madison, ME, Curtis Miller (Kianna) & Cameron Miller , all of Madison ME, Carrington Miller (Toni) of Skowhegan, ME, Collin Miller (Ashely) of Gronton, CT, great great grandchildren Brogan, Brynlei, Bronson, & Bryssa Miller, Caleb, Cayson, & Camden Miller, soon to be born Maya Idella Miller, Zander, Geli & Bella Morris, nieces, nephews and cousins. Glenna is predeceased by her son Brian, sisters Lillian Corey, Edna Calder, 2 brothers.
Resting at Wilsons Beach United Baptist Church from where the celebration of her life will be held on Saturday, July 29th at 11:00 am. Garnett Chute officiating, assisted by John Wry. A reception in the church hall immediately following in the church hall.
The family will receive friends at the church during a time of public visitation on Friday from 7-9 pm.
In Glenna’s memory donations can be made to the Edith Lank Camp. On line condolences to the family or donations can be made at www.humphreysfh.com Arrangements have been entrusted to the care & direction of Humphreys Funeral Home, 20 Marks Street, St Stephen, NB E3L 2B2 (506-466-3110)
Obituary, Irma Adelaide Chute Marr
Irma Adelaide Marr: 1919-2015
Irma Adelaide Marr (Irma A. Marr) of Burtts Corner, NB passed away May 12, 2015 at Dr. Everett Chalmers Hospital. Irma was born at Cloverdale, Car. Co., NB in 1919, a daughter of the late Rankin and Carrie (Wallace) Chute. She loved her grandchildren and enjoyed knitting socks or mittens for them each Christmas. She was a member of the Burtts Corner Baptist Church, the Women’s Missionary Society and sang in the church choir for many years.
She is survived by two daughters, Lois Hawkins and Mary Flemming (Leo), both of Burtts Corner, NB; two sons, Donald Marr (Linda), Millville, NB and Peter Marr (Trudy), York Mills, NB; a son-in-law, Delmont Thornton, Waterville, NB; seventeen grandchildren, twenty-five great grandchildren; twelve great great grandchildren; one great great great granddaughter; a brother-in-law, Stewart Somerville, Taymouth, NB; several nieces and nephews.
In addition to her parents, she was predeceased by her husband, Arley Marr in 2000; a son, Lloyd Marr; a daughter, Lorraine Thornton; a granddaughter, Cindy Marr-Stairs and an infant grandson Peter Marr; six sisters, Mamie McKeil, Atrude Tucker, Thelma Crabbe, Sadie Hull, Laura Stairs and Nellie Somerville; five brothers, Garfield, Alva, Harold, Gerald and Elmer Chute.
Visiting hours were held at Flewelling Funeral Home, 585 Otis Drive, Nackawic, NB. A funeral service was held from the Burtts Corner Baptist Church, 1034 Route 104, Burtts Corner, NB on Saturday, May 16, 2015 with Rev. Stephen Hoyt officiating. A eulogy was delivered by granddaughter Andrea Marr and Irma's granddaughter Linda MacFarlane sang Amazing Grace. Additional music was provided by the church choir with Nancy Matthews as pianist. Interment took place at the Hawkins Corner Cemetery. A reception followed at the Burtts Corner Baptist Church fellowship room
Pallbearers were grandsons Troy Thornton, Tony Marr, Bev Hawkins, Dennis Marr, Dale Marr and Trevor Flemming.
For those who wish to make a donation in memory of Irma, the family has suggested the Burtts Corner Baptist Church or the Hawkins Corner Cemetery http://www.flewellingswan.com/obituaries/97962
Obituary, Lydia Ann Chute Schofield
Obituary: Mrs Lydia Schofield, widow of the late William Schofield passed away at 5.30, last Thursday morning. She was born at Fredricton, NB in 1829 and was 81 years of age. She leaves to mourn 2 sons, Charles living in New Albany, and Milledge of Annapolis, also one daughter, Mrs Charles Mailman of this town. The deceased was a member of the Salvation Army. The funeral service was held from the home of her daughter on Saturday afternoon with interment in Woodlawn cemetery, Reverend GP Raymond officiating.
Source: Annapolis Spectator, Wednesday, December 21, 1910
Obituary, Nellie Viola Chute Somerville
SOMMERVILLE, NELLIE VIOLA At the Nashwaak Villa in Stanley, NB on Sunday May 7, 2006 Nellie Viola Sommerville passed away at the age of 82. Born in Lower Hainesville, NB, she was a daughter of the late Rankin and Carrie (Wallace) Chute. During her younger years, Nellie was a member of the Women's Division of the RCAF. She was a seamstress, an avid gardener, and had a great love for children. She is survived by her husband Robert S. Sommerville of Taymouth; 2 daughters Mrs. Brian Cleveland (Margaret) of Moncton, Christina Mary Moran of Taymouth; 4 sons Robert S. Sommerville (Mary) of Woodstock, James B. Sommerville (Margaret) of Taymouth, Edward R. Sommerville (Cindy) of Taymouth and John W. Sommerville (Kathy) of Vancouver, BC; 13 grandchildren; 1 great granddaughter; a sister Mrs. Arley Marr (Irma) of Burtt's Corner; several nieces and nephews. She was also predeceased by 5 sisters Mrs. Fred McKiel (Mamie) and Mrs. Aaron Tucker (Atrude), Mrs. Linus Crabbe (Thelma), Mrs. Lester Hall (Sadie), Mrs. Owen Stairs (Laura); 5 brothers Alva, Gerald, Harold, Elmer and Garfield Chute. Although there will be no visitation, a graveside memorial service will be held on Friday May 12, 2006 at 1:00 pm from the Taymouth United Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Taymouth United Cemetery Fund or a charity of the donor's choice. Bishop's Funeral Home, 540 Woodstock Road, Fredericton has been entrusted with the arrangements.
Source: See Source Reference
Obituaries, Asaph John Wagner and Esther McIntosh Chute
Mr. Asaph Wagner 1968 - Mr. Asaph Wagner, life-long resident of Lunenburg County, passed away at the Nova Scotia Hospital, Dartmouth, on Wednesday, January 17, 1968, where he had been a patient for the past four months. Mr. Wagner was born in New Canada on April 5, 1884, son of John and Amanda (Beck) Wagner. He was a lobourer, a respected citizen of the community of Hemford and for many years a member of the Baptist Church in New Canada.
He is survived by his wife, the former Esther Chute of Hibernia; three sisters, Mrs. Naomi Smith, Nineveh; Mrs. Magdalene Smith, Hemford; Mrs. Ruby Veinot, Bridgewater; four brothers, Nathan, Mass.; Horton,Toronto; Harvey, New Germany; and Naaman, Caledonia.
Funeral service was held in the Baptist Church at New Canada on Saturday afternoon, Licentiate Douglas Crouse officiating. The choir sang two hymns, "Rock of Ages," and "Jesus, Saviour, Pilot Me."
Interment was in New Canada Cemetery.
Mrs. Asaph Wagner 1978 - Mrs. Asaph Wagner, 73, of Hemford, Nova Scotia, died Saturday, January 14, 1978, in the Dawson Memorial Hospital, Bridgewater. Born in South Brookfield, Queens County, she was the former Esther MacIntosh Chute, daughter of the late Wilson and Susie (Farquhar) Chute. She was the last surviving member of her family. She was predeceased by her husband January 17, 1968. She was a devout member of the New Canada United Baptist Church. Funeral arrangements were prearranged by the deceased and the service was held at Langille's Funeral Home, New Germany, on Monday, January 16, 1978 at 3 p.m. The service was conducted by Rev. Don Shell, minister of the Baptist Church, Chester Basin. Organist was Rev. W.H. Chard; the selection "Abide With Me" was sung by members of the New Canada United Baptist Church. Interment was in the New Canada Cemetery. With thanks to Rosemary Rafuse.
Biographical Notes, Gladys Manon Chute Weaver
Gladys was adopted at a young age. Her birth name was Matthews. Her adopted parents were Leroy Garfield Chute and Ella F. Carroll. She first married a Mr Maloney during 1920 in Lynn, Essex Co., Massachusetts. They were divorced before 1927. Then Gladys, a nurse, married a second time to Burr Starbuck Weaver on October 15th, 1927 when he graduated from M.I.T. with an engineering degree. Burr and Gladys had a daughter Nancy Burr Weaver born in Schenectady, N.Y. Feb. 22, 1930 who married Dr. John Mackay on May 16, 1953 and moved to British Columbia.
Source: See Source Reference.
Obituary, Reta Marie Chute Wile
Wile, Reta Marie – age 70 years of Annapolis Royal, passed away peacefully at the Annapolis Royal Nursing Home on July 24, 2013. Born in Annapolis Royal on August 28, 1942; she was the daughter of the late Harvey and Lizzie (Everett) Chute. Reta spent many years working at the Annapolis Royal Nursing Home as a Personal Care Worker and worked with the VON Services. Predeceased by her husband Graham Wile in 1994 and son Eugene Wile. In keeping with Reta’s wishes, cremation has taken place and a memorial service took place on Monday, July 29th, 2013 at 2pm from the Litchfield Baptist Church with Rev. Herb Townsend officiating. Burial followed at the Woodlawn Cemetery.
Source: See Source Reference.
Probate Index Summary, Venerable John Chaloner Chute
CHUTE. The venerable John Chaloner of The Hollies Buckland Newton Dorchester Dorset retired archdeacon died 12 September 1961 Probate Winchester 8 November to Anthony Vere Chute pedigree pig breeder and Arthur Prescott Barker retired solicitor. Effects £58588 13s.
Source: See Source Reference.
Publications, Venerable John Chaloner Chute
Author: Chute, John Chaloner
Title Details: Geography Notes.
Publisher: London : J. M. Dent & Sons, 1911.
Physical desc.: 6 pt. ; 8o.
Holding Libraries: British Library
Author: Chute, John Chaloner
Title Details: Atlas Notes.
Series: [Oxford Geographies.]
Edition: Second edition,, revised.
Publisher: Oxford : Clarendon Press, 1913.
Physical desc.: pp. 82. ; 8o.
Holding Libraries: British Library
Obituary, John Francis Chute
MR. J. F. CHUTE
The death occurred in Wagga private hospital on Sunday night of Mr. J. F. Chute, of Pox-street, Wagga, at the age of 70 years. Mr. Chute is survived by his widow, Mrs. E. Chute, Mr. F. Chute (son) and Mrs. V. Bartlett (daughter). The funeral took place yesterday afternoon, the cortege moving from Mr. Alan Harris funeral parlors at 4.30 o'clock. The casket was carried by Messrs. W. Lowe (nephew), J. Hanrahan, F. Ings and O. Anderson, while the floral tray was in the care of Messrs. Geo. Wright, F. Boyle (cousin). J. Menzles and E. Gurtner. Interment took place in the Catholic portion of the Wagga cemetery, where the Rev. Father Gilby officiated. The chief mourners present were Mr. F. Chute (son), Mr. V. Bartlett (son in-law), Mrs. Chute (widow) and Mrs. V. Bartlett were unable to be present. The funeral arrangements were carried out by Mr. Alan Hards, of Wagga.
Wagga Wagga, NSW
Tuesday 1 October 1940, p.2
Obituary, Edith Sophia Moore Chute
MRS. E. S CHUTE
The death occurred in Lewisham Hospital yesterday morning of Mrs. Edith Sophia Chute, of 75 Fox-street, Wagga, at the age of 56 years. Mrs. Chute is survived by one daughter (Mrs. V. Bartlett, of Wagga) one son, Mr. Frank Chute, of Wagga, and one brother, Mr. C. Moore, of Melbourne, and one sister, Mrs. H. Poster of Queensland. Her husband the late Mr. Frank Chute, predeceased her about 18 months ago. She is also predeceased by one son and one daughter. The funeral will take place this morning, the cortege moving from St. Michaels Cathedral at 11 o'clock, for the Wagga Cemetery.
Wagga Wagga, NSW
Friday 27 March 1942, p.2
Obituary, Irene Gladys Sletta Chute
Irene Gladys Sletta Chute Pooley, age 90, of Mankato formerly of St. James, died on Tuesday, April 19, 2011, at Immanuel St. Joseph Hospital in Mankato.
Funeral services will be 11:00 a.m. Tuesday, April 26, 2011, at East Sveadahl Lutheran Church, rural St. James, with Rev. David Webster officiating. Burial will be at Lake Hanska Lutheran Cemetery in rural Hanska. Visitation will be Monday, April 25, 2011, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. at Sturm Funeral Home in St. James and will continue one hour before services Tuesday at the church.
Arrangements are with Sturm Funeral Home in St. James.
Irene Gladys Sletta was born on June 28, 1920. Irene graduated from St. James High School and Mankato State Teachers College. She taught in Watonwan County at District #36, #38, and #57. She married Marlow S. Chute in 1945 and he died in a plane crash in 1951 leaving her with three little children, Geraldine, Jene, and Steven Chute. Irene worked as a bookkeeper at LaSalle Grain Company. The fall of 1972 Irene married Winton V. Pooley. After Winton's death, in 1996 Irene remained on the Pooley farm until November 2008, when she moved to Pathstone Crossing in Mankato. She was a member of East Sveadahl Lutheran Church. She served as Sunday school superintendent and teacher, devotional leader, active in ladies aid, Christian Women, Round Robin group, 4-H leader, Cub Scout leader, extension and garden groups, Sons of Norway, great cook and Scandinavian baker (had lefse license), quilter, addicted to word find puzzles and the MN Twins, loved traveling, reading (especially poetry), playing card games and bingo and worshipping with Pathstone members. Irene was an avid family historian with her dear cousin Sylvia Meagher.
Irene is survived by her children: Geraldine (Milan) Skarphol of Mankato, Jene Chute of Keller, Texas, and Steven (Jeanna) Chute of Madelia, six grandchildren: Shannon (Clark) Skarphol-Kaml of Minneapolis, Stacy Fang and special friend Chris Russo, Jennifer Chute, Joshua Chute, Jerred Chute and Jillian Chute, great-grandchildren: Siri Skarphol-Kaml and Sonja Skarphol-Kaml (third to be born in July), sisters-in-law: Jane Skarphol, Goldie Kintzi, Rose Chute, and Marguerite Hauberg.
See Source Reference. Biography credited to Dale & Corinne Wise.