Descendants of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven - Person Page 3770

Harriet L. Conover

F, #376902, b. 31 Mar 1851, d. 26 Dec 1926
Harriet L. Conover|b. 31 Mar 1851\nd. 26 Dec 1926|p3770.htm#i376902|Peter Clark Conover|b. 14 Oct 1812\nd. 21 Feb 1895|p3769.htm#i376892|Sarah Fish Burroughs|b. circa 1818|p3769.htm#i376893|Daniel Conover|b. circa 1779\nd. 15 Jan 1871|p3769.htm#i376883|Sarah Wriggins|b. 17 Apr 1782\nd. 22 Apr 1854|p3769.htm#i376884|James Burroughs||p3769.htm#i376894|Elizabeth Fish||p3769.htm#i376895|
      Harriet L. Conover was born on 31-Mar-1851. She was the daughter of Peter Clark Conover and Sarah Fish Burroughs. Harriet married Benjamin Eli Styles Bond, son of Richard Bond and Elizabeth Styles, on 25-Aug-1870. Harriet L. Conover died on 26-Dec-1926 at Daretown, Salem County, New Jersey, at age 75.
Census12-Jun-1880Allowaystown, Salem County, New Jersey
Census1-Jun-1900Upper Pilesgrove Twp., Salem County, New Jersey, 7 children, 7 living
Census2-May-1910Upper Pilesgrove Twp., Salem County, New Jersey, 7 children, 6 living
in the household is
Clara Conover age 8 b NJ

Children of Harriet L. Conover and Benjamin Eli Styles Bond

James A. Conover

M, #376903, b. 13 Nov 1860
James A. Conover|b. 13 Nov 1860|p3770.htm#i376903|Peter Clark Conover|b. 14 Oct 1812\nd. 21 Feb 1895|p3769.htm#i376892|Sarah Fish Burroughs|b. circa 1818|p3769.htm#i376893|Daniel Conover|b. circa 1779\nd. 15 Jan 1871|p3769.htm#i376883|Sarah Wriggins|b. 17 Apr 1782\nd. 22 Apr 1854|p3769.htm#i376884|James Burroughs||p3769.htm#i376894|Elizabeth Fish||p3769.htm#i376895|
      James A. Conover was born on 13-Nov-1860. He was the son of Peter Clark Conover and Sarah Fish Burroughs.

John Lentz Burroughs Conover

M, #376904, b. 6 Nov 1859, d. 16 Jun 1935
John Lentz Burroughs Conover|b. 6 Nov 1859\nd. 16 Jun 1935|p3770.htm#i376904|Peter Clark Conover|b. 14 Oct 1812\nd. 21 Feb 1895|p3769.htm#i376892|Sarah Fish Burroughs|b. circa 1818|p3769.htm#i376893|Daniel Conover|b. circa 1779\nd. 15 Jan 1871|p3769.htm#i376883|Sarah Wriggins|b. 17 Apr 1782\nd. 22 Apr 1854|p3769.htm#i376884|James Burroughs||p3769.htm#i376894|Elizabeth Fish||p3769.htm#i376895|
      John Lentz Burroughs Conover was born on 6-Nov-1859 at Upper Pittsgrove Twp., Salem County, New Jersey. He was the son of Peter Clark Conover and Sarah Fish Burroughs. John married Arabella R. White, daughter of Henry C. White, in 1896. John married Abigail Driver, daughter of Franklin Driver and Mary Denelsbeck, on 10-Nov-1909. John Lentz Burroughs Conover died on 16-Jun-1935 at age 75.
     He was also known as James Lentz Burroughs Conover.

Children of John Lentz Burroughs Conover and Arabella R. White

Clark Conover

M, #376905, b. 1865, d. 11 Feb 1897
Clark Conover|b. 1865\nd. 11 Feb 1897|p3770.htm#i376905|Peter Clark Conover|b. 14 Oct 1812\nd. 21 Feb 1895|p3769.htm#i376892|Sarah Fish Burroughs|b. circa 1818|p3769.htm#i376893|Daniel Conover|b. circa 1779\nd. 15 Jan 1871|p3769.htm#i376883|Sarah Wriggins|b. 17 Apr 1782\nd. 22 Apr 1854|p3769.htm#i376884|James Burroughs||p3769.htm#i376894|Elizabeth Fish||p3769.htm#i376895|
      Clark Conover was born in 1865 at Aldine, Salem County, New Jersey. He was the son of Peter Clark Conover and Sarah Fish Burroughs. Clark Conover died on 11-Feb-1897.

Claude D. Conover

M, #376906, b. 30 Mar 1884
Claude D. Conover|b. 30 Mar 1884|p3770.htm#i376906|Cornelius Burroughs Conover|b. 28 Oct 1853|p3769.htm#i376896|Samantha Rogers|b. circa 1856\nd. 23 Dec 1918|p3769.htm#i376897|Peter C. Conover|b. 14 Oct 1812\nd. 21 Feb 1895|p3769.htm#i376892|Sarah F. Burroughs|b. circa 1818|p3769.htm#i376893|Henry Rogers||p4042.htm#i404166||||
      Claude D. Conover was born on 30-Mar-1884 at Battle Twp., Ida County, Iowa. He was the son of Cornelius Burroughs Conover and Samantha Rogers. Claude married Tracy Paulsen, daughter of Nicklas Paulsen and Mary Fahrenkrog, on 28-Jan-1907.
      NORTHWESTERN
IOWA
ITS HISTORY AND TRADITION
VOLUME III
1804-1926

C. D. CONOVER
Claud D. Conover, residing on section 18, Battle township, is numbered among the representative and successful agriculturists of Ida county. His birth
here occurred on the 30th of March, 1884, his parents being Cornelius B. and Samantha A. (Rogers) Conover, more extended mention of whom is made on another page of this work. From the beginning of his business career he has devoted his attention to agricultural interests with excellent results, and he has become widely recognized as one of the enterprising, progressive and up-to-date farmers of the community which has always been his home.

On the 28th of January, 1907, Mr. Conover was united in marriage to Miss Tracy Paulsen, a native of Ida county, Iowa, and a daughter of Nicholas and Mary (Fahrenkrog) Paulsen, both of whom were born in Germany. Mr. and Mrs. Conover have become the parents of eight children, namely: Wendell Holmes, Harold
Joseph, Chester D., Marie E., Elden Burroughs, Samantha Opal, Claud D., Jr., and Forest Nicholas.

Since age conferred upon him the right of franchise Mr. Conover has supported the men and measures of the republican party at the polls, believing that its principles are most conducive to good government. His religious faith is indicated by his membership in the Presbyterian church. Both he and his wife have always lived in Ida county and are well known and highly esteemed throughout the community.

Children of Claude D. Conover and Tracy Paulsen

Tracy Paulsen

F, #376907, b. 15 Mar 1887, d. Feb 1963
Tracy Paulsen|b. 15 Mar 1887\nd. Feb 1963|p3770.htm#i376907|Nicklas Paulsen||p3770.htm#i376908|Mary Fahrenkrog||p3770.htm#i376909|||||||||||||
      Tracy Paulsen was born on 15-Mar-1887. She was the daughter of Nicklas Paulsen and Mary Fahrenkrog. Tracy married Claude D. Conover, son of Cornelius Burroughs Conover and Samantha Rogers, on 28-Jan-1907. Tracy Paulsen died in Feb-1963 at age 75.

Children of Tracy Paulsen and Claude D. Conover

Nicklas Paulsen

M, #376908
     Nicklas married Mary Fahrenkrog.

Child of Nicklas Paulsen and Mary Fahrenkrog

Mary Fahrenkrog

F, #376909
     Mary married Nicklas Paulsen.

Child of Mary Fahrenkrog and Nicklas Paulsen

Wendell Holmes Conover

M, #376910, b. 23 Jun 1907, d. 22 Jan 1989
Wendell Holmes Conover|b. 23 Jun 1907\nd. 22 Jan 1989|p3770.htm#i376910|Claude D. Conover|b. 30 Mar 1884|p3770.htm#i376906|Tracy Paulsen|b. 15 Mar 1887\nd. Feb 1963|p3770.htm#i376907|Cornelius B. Conover|b. 28 Oct 1853|p3769.htm#i376896|Samantha Rogers|b. circa 1856\nd. 23 Dec 1918|p3769.htm#i376897|Nicklas Paulsen||p3770.htm#i376908|Mary Fahrenkrog||p3770.htm#i376909|
      Wendell Holmes Conover was born on 23-Jun-1907. He was the son of Claude D. Conover and Tracy Paulsen. Wendell married Marian Munz, daughter of Fred Munz and Amanda Hanson, on 22-Sep-1923 at Elk Point, South Dakota. Wendell Holmes Conover died on 22-Jan-1989 at Holstein, Ida County, Iowa, at age 81.

Harold Joseph Conover

M, #376911, b. 4 Sep 1908, d. 8 Dec 1992
Harold Joseph Conover|b. 4 Sep 1908\nd. 8 Dec 1992|p3770.htm#i376911|Claude D. Conover|b. 30 Mar 1884|p3770.htm#i376906|Tracy Paulsen|b. 15 Mar 1887\nd. Feb 1963|p3770.htm#i376907|Cornelius B. Conover|b. 28 Oct 1853|p3769.htm#i376896|Samantha Rogers|b. circa 1856\nd. 23 Dec 1918|p3769.htm#i376897|Nicklas Paulsen||p3770.htm#i376908|Mary Fahrenkrog||p3770.htm#i376909|
      Harold Joseph Conover was born on 4-Sep-1908 at Battle Twp., Ida County, Iowa. He was the son of Claude D. Conover and Tracy Paulsen. Harold married Rosina Alberta Compton, daughter of Albert Byron Compton and Rosina Julia Brucker, on 3-Aug-1932 at Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska. Harold Joseph Conover died on 8-Dec-1992 at Holstein, Ida County, Iowa, at age 84. Harold was buried on 11-Dec-1992 at Holstein Cemetery, Holstein, Ida County, Iowa.

Chester D. Conover

M, #376912, b. 13 Dec 1913, d. Jan 1973
Chester D. Conover|b. 13 Dec 1913\nd. Jan 1973|p3770.htm#i376912|Claude D. Conover|b. 30 Mar 1884|p3770.htm#i376906|Tracy Paulsen|b. 15 Mar 1887\nd. Feb 1963|p3770.htm#i376907|Cornelius B. Conover|b. 28 Oct 1853|p3769.htm#i376896|Samantha Rogers|b. circa 1856\nd. 23 Dec 1918|p3769.htm#i376897|Nicklas Paulsen||p3770.htm#i376908|Mary Fahrenkrog||p3770.htm#i376909|
      Chester D. Conover was born on 13-Dec-1913. He was the son of Claude D. Conover and Tracy Paulsen. Chester D. Conover died in Jan-1973 at Iowa at age 59.

Marie Conover

F, #376913
Marie Conover||p3770.htm#i376913|Claude D. Conover|b. 30 Mar 1884|p3770.htm#i376906|Tracy Paulsen|b. 15 Mar 1887\nd. Feb 1963|p3770.htm#i376907|Cornelius B. Conover|b. 28 Oct 1853|p3769.htm#i376896|Samantha Rogers|b. circa 1856\nd. 23 Dec 1918|p3769.htm#i376897|Nicklas Paulsen||p3770.htm#i376908|Mary Fahrenkrog||p3770.htm#i376909|
     Marie Conover was the daughter of Claude D. Conover and Tracy Paulsen.

Burroughs Eldon Conover

M, #376914, b. 11 Feb 1920, d. 22 Feb 2000
Burroughs Eldon Conover|b. 11 Feb 1920\nd. 22 Feb 2000|p3770.htm#i376914|Claude D. Conover|b. 30 Mar 1884|p3770.htm#i376906|Tracy Paulsen|b. 15 Mar 1887\nd. Feb 1963|p3770.htm#i376907|Cornelius B. Conover|b. 28 Oct 1853|p3769.htm#i376896|Samantha Rogers|b. circa 1856\nd. 23 Dec 1918|p3769.htm#i376897|Nicklas Paulsen||p3770.htm#i376908|Mary Fahrenkrog||p3770.htm#i376909|
      Burroughs Eldon Conover was born on 11-Feb-1920 at Holstein, Ida County, Iowa. He was the son of Claude D. Conover and Tracy Paulsen. Burroughs married Marjorie Miller on 10-Nov-1941 at Elk Point, South Dakota. Burroughs Eldon Conover died on 22-Feb-2000 at Spencer, Clay County, Iowa, at age 80.
      Burroughs Conover Obituary:
Services were Feb. 26, 2000 for Burroughs Eldon Conover, 80, of Royal at Grace United Methodist church in Spencer. The Rev. Paul Hansen officiated with burial in North Lawn memorial Park Cemetery in Spencer under the direction of Warner Funeral Home in Spencer.
Mr. Conover died Feb. 22 as the result of an auto accident, south of Spencer.
Mr. Conover was born Feb. 11, 1920, in Holstein, the son of Claude and Tracy (Paulson) Conover. He received his education in Holstein and graduated from Holstein High School. He attended Iowa State University in Ames.
He married Marjorie Miller Nov. 10, 1941, in Elk Point, S.D. following their marriage, the couple lived in several rural communities including Burbank, Calif., before moving back to Iowa and settling on a farm near Dickens. She died in 1991. He joined the Army Oct. 23, 1943, and was in World War II in the Normandy Campaign, Northern France, Germany and air Offensive in Europe. He was awarded the European-African-Middle Eastern theater Campaign ribbon with four Battle Stars, the distinguished Flying Cross and air Medal with three Clusters and the Unit Citation. He was honorably discharged Oct. 11 1945.
After serving in the Army, he farmed in the area for many years and was also a cattle buyer when he owned a sale barn in Spencer and operated North Y Auction.
He married Sandra Quist July 25, 1992 in Spencer. Following their marriage, the couple lived in Royal. While living in royal, he was a member of the Clay county Cattle producers and a strong supporter of the AA and attended meetings in Northwest Iowa. He had also been a 4-H leader.
Survivors include his wife; a daughter, Marilyn Green, of Des Moines, a grandaughter, Shannon Green of Des Moines; a sister and her husband, Marie and Virgil Johnson of Spencer; many nieces and nephews; and other relatives.

Samantha Conover

F, #376915
Samantha Conover||p3770.htm#i376915|Claude D. Conover|b. 30 Mar 1884|p3770.htm#i376906|Tracy Paulsen|b. 15 Mar 1887\nd. Feb 1963|p3770.htm#i376907|Cornelius B. Conover|b. 28 Oct 1853|p3769.htm#i376896|Samantha Rogers|b. circa 1856\nd. 23 Dec 1918|p3769.htm#i376897|Nicklas Paulsen||p3770.htm#i376908|Mary Fahrenkrog||p3770.htm#i376909|
     Samantha Conover was the daughter of Claude D. Conover and Tracy Paulsen.

Claude D. Conover Jr.

M, #376916, b. 11 Sep 1923, d. 28 Jul 1993
Claude D. Conover Jr.|b. 11 Sep 1923\nd. 28 Jul 1993|p3770.htm#i376916|Claude D. Conover|b. 30 Mar 1884|p3770.htm#i376906|Tracy Paulsen|b. 15 Mar 1887\nd. Feb 1963|p3770.htm#i376907|Cornelius B. Conover|b. 28 Oct 1853|p3769.htm#i376896|Samantha Rogers|b. circa 1856\nd. 23 Dec 1918|p3769.htm#i376897|Nicklas Paulsen||p3770.htm#i376908|Mary Fahrenkrog||p3770.htm#i376909|
      Claude D. Conover Jr. was born on 11-Sep-1923. He was the son of Claude D. Conover and Tracy Paulsen. Claude married Esther Mae Ewoldt, daughter of William Ewoldt and Clara Jatho, on 18-Sep-1946. Claude D. Conover Jr. died on 28-Jul-1993 at Holstein, Ida County, Iowa, at age 69.

Forrest Nicholas Conover

M, #376917, b. 24 Aug 1925, d. 9 Jul 1978
Forrest Nicholas Conover|b. 24 Aug 1925\nd. 9 Jul 1978|p3770.htm#i376917|Claude D. Conover|b. 30 Mar 1884|p3770.htm#i376906|Tracy Paulsen|b. 15 Mar 1887\nd. Feb 1963|p3770.htm#i376907|Cornelius B. Conover|b. 28 Oct 1853|p3769.htm#i376896|Samantha Rogers|b. circa 1856\nd. 23 Dec 1918|p3769.htm#i376897|Nicklas Paulsen||p3770.htm#i376908|Mary Fahrenkrog||p3770.htm#i376909|
      Forrest Nicholas Conover was born on 24-Aug-1925. He was the son of Claude D. Conover and Tracy Paulsen. Forrest Nicholas Conover died on 9-Jul-1978 at age 52. Forrest was buried at Holstein, Ida County, Iowa.

Rosina Alberta Compton

F, #376918, b. 28 Mar 1909, d. 23 Sep 1993
Rosina Alberta Compton|b. 28 Mar 1909\nd. 23 Sep 1993|p3770.htm#i376918|Albert Byron Compton||p3770.htm#i376919|Rosina Julia Brucker||p3770.htm#i376920|||||||||||||
      Rosina Alberta Compton was born on 28-Mar-1909 at Blaine Twp., Ida County, Iowa. She was the daughter of Albert Byron Compton and Rosina Julia Brucker. Rosina married Harold Joseph Conover, son of Claude D. Conover and Tracy Paulsen, on 3-Aug-1932 at Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska. Rosina Alberta Compton died on 23-Sep-1993 at Holstein, Ida County, Iowa, at age 84.

Albert Byron Compton

M, #376919
     Albert married Rosina Julia Brucker.

Child of Albert Byron Compton and Rosina Julia Brucker

Rosina Julia Brucker

F, #376920
     Rosina married Albert Byron Compton.

Child of Rosina Julia Brucker and Albert Byron Compton

Daniel Conover

M, #376921, b. 2 Oct 1848, d. 4 Dec 1921
Daniel Conover|b. 2 Oct 1848\nd. 4 Dec 1921|p3770.htm#i376921|Peter Clark Conover|b. 14 Oct 1812\nd. 21 Feb 1895|p3769.htm#i376892|Sarah Fish Burroughs|b. circa 1818|p3769.htm#i376893|Daniel Conover|b. circa 1779\nd. 15 Jan 1871|p3769.htm#i376883|Sarah Wriggins|b. 17 Apr 1782\nd. 22 Apr 1854|p3769.htm#i376884|James Burroughs||p3769.htm#i376894|Elizabeth Fish||p3769.htm#i376895|
      Daniel Conover was born on 2-Oct-1848 at New Jersey. He was the son of Peter Clark Conover and Sarah Fish Burroughs. Daniel married Hannah Lippincott on 29-Feb-1872 at Salem County, New Jersey. Daniel Conover died on 4-Dec-1921 at age 73.
Census23-Jun-1880Pilesgrove Twp., Salem County, New Jersey
Census-Occ23-Jun-1880a farm worker

Mary Conover

F, #376924, b. circa 1856, d. 14 May 1861
Mary Conover|b. circa 1856\nd. 14 May 1861|p3770.htm#i376924|Furnand Conover|b. 1820\nd. 14 Aug 1894|p2947.htm#i294672|Catherine Parish|b. 1822\nd. 14 Sep 1901|p2947.htm#i294677|William Conover|b. 1792|p2391.htm#i239029|Electa Furman|b. 1792\nd. Jun 1862|p2947.htm#i294674|||||||
      Mary Conover was born circa 1856 at Covert, Seneca County, New York. She was the daughter of Furnand Conover and Catherine Parish. Mary Conover died on 14-May-1861 at Jackson County, Michigan.

Daniel Conover

M, #376925, b. Sep 1874, d. 20 Jan 1951
Daniel Conover|b. Sep 1874\nd. 20 Jan 1951|p3770.htm#i376925|Daniel Sheldon Conover|b. 22 Mar 1831|p1389.htm#i138823|Catherine McCauley|b. 15 Feb 1837\nd. after 1898|p1389.htm#i138824|Albert Covenhoven|b. 5 Jan 1786|p27.htm#i2631|Mary S. Claver|b. 13 Aug 1792|p27.htm#i2632|||||||

Relationship=5th cousin 3 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=6th great-grandson of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Daniel Conover was born in Sep-1874 at New York. He was the son of Daniel Sheldon Conover and Catherine McCauley. Daniel married Lillian Delhpane Cutler, daughter of (Unknown) Teal. Daniel Conover died on 20-Jan-1951 at age 76.
Census6-Jun-1900Allegheny, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, 1 child, 1 living
Census2-Jan-1920Seattle, King County, Washington
Census10-Apr-1930Oakland, Alameda County, California
Census-Occ6-Jun-1900a foreman
Census-Occ2-Jan-1920a salesman for a paint company
Census-Occ10-Apr-1930a fruit broker

Children of Daniel Conover and Lillian Delhpane Cutler

Lillian Delhpane Cutler

F, #376926, b. 1 Jul 1876, d. 7 Jun 1946
Lillian Delhpane Cutler|b. 1 Jul 1876\nd. 7 Jun 1946|p3770.htm#i376926||||(Unknown) Teal||p3770.htm#i376938|||||||||||||
Lillian Delhpane Cutler
      Lillian Delhpane Cutler was born on 1-Jul-1876 at Canada. She was the daughter of (Unknown) Teal. Lillian married Daniel Conover, son of Daniel Sheldon Conover and Catherine McCauley. Lillian Delhpane Cutler died on 7-Jun-1946 at Alameda County, California, at age 69.
     She immigrated in 1882.
Census6-Jun-1900Allegheny, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, 1 child, 1 living
Census2-Jan-1920Seattle, King County, Washington
Census10-Apr-1930Oakland, Alameda County, California
Census-Occ10-Apr-1930a christian science, pastor?

Children of Lillian Delhpane Cutler and Daniel Conover

Raymond Conover

M, #376927, b. 20 Nov 1899, d. 24 Mar 1976
Raymond Conover|b. 20 Nov 1899\nd. 24 Mar 1976|p3770.htm#i376927|Daniel Conover|b. Sep 1874\nd. 20 Jan 1951|p3770.htm#i376925|Lillian Delhpane Cutler|b. 1 Jul 1876\nd. 7 Jun 1946|p3770.htm#i376926|Daniel S. Conover|b. 22 Mar 1831|p1389.htm#i138823|Catherine McCauley|b. 15 Feb 1837\nd. after 1898|p1389.htm#i138824||||(Unknown) Teal||p3770.htm#i376938|

Relationship=6th cousin 2 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=7th great-grandson of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Raymond Conover was born on 20-Nov-1899 at New York. He was the son of Daniel Conover and Lillian Delhpane Cutler. Raymond married Eve Dennison. Raymond Conover died on 24-Mar-1976 at Sonoma County, California, at age 76.

Eve Dennison

F, #376928
     Eve married Raymond Conover, son of Daniel Conover and Lillian Delhpane Cutler.

Hazel Catherine Conover

F, #376929, b. 11 Feb 1902, d. 26 Jul 1945
Hazel Catherine Conover|b. 11 Feb 1902\nd. 26 Jul 1945|p3770.htm#i376929|Daniel Conover|b. Sep 1874\nd. 20 Jan 1951|p3770.htm#i376925|Lillian Delhpane Cutler|b. 1 Jul 1876\nd. 7 Jun 1946|p3770.htm#i376926|Daniel S. Conover|b. 22 Mar 1831|p1389.htm#i138823|Catherine McCauley|b. 15 Feb 1837\nd. after 1898|p1389.htm#i138824||||(Unknown) Teal||p3770.htm#i376938|

Relationship=6th cousin 2 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=7th great-granddaughter of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Hazel Catherine Conover was born on 11-Feb-1902 at Wheeling, Ohio County, West Virginia. She was the daughter of Daniel Conover and Lillian Delhpane Cutler. Hazel married Sydney B. Mesow circa 1928. Hazel married Willard Henry Wattenburg, son of Thomas Harvey Wattenburg and Harriet Asenath Duffield, on 6-Apr-1935 at Reno, Washoe County, Nevada. Hazel Catherine Conover died on 26-Jul-1945 at Turlock, Stanislaus County, California, at age 43.
Census10-Apr-1930with her parents, Oakland, Alameda County, California

Sydney B. Mesow

M, #376930, b. circa 1899
      Sydney B. Mesow was born circa 1899 at California. Sydney married Hazel Catherine Conover, daughter of Daniel Conover and Lillian Delhpane Cutler, circa 1928.
     Sydney B. Mesow was also known as Sidney B. Mesow.
Census10-Apr-1930with her parents, Oakland, Alameda County, California
Census-Occ10-Apr-1930a salesman, fruit ??

Willard Henry Wattenburg

M, #376931, b. 18 Feb 1900, d. 23 Oct 1975
Willard Henry Wattenburg|b. 18 Feb 1900\nd. 23 Oct 1975|p3770.htm#i376931|Thomas Harvey Wattenburg|b. circa 1858\nd. 4 Feb 1928|p3891.htm#i389033|Harriet Asenath Duffield|b. 25 Jan 1867\nd. 20 Jan 1951|p3891.htm#i389034|||||||||||||
      Willard Henry Wattenburg was born on 18-Feb-1900 at California. He was the son of Thomas Harvey Wattenburg and Harriet Asenath Duffield. Willard married Hazel Catherine Conover, daughter of Daniel Conover and Lillian Delhpane Cutler, on 6-Apr-1935 at Reno, Washoe County, Nevada. Willard married Millie Stotts. Willard Henry Wattenburg and Millie Stotts were divorced. Willard married Ruth Swanson. Willard Henry Wattenburg died on 23-Oct-1975 at Washoe Medical Center, Reno, Washoe County, Nevada, at age 75.
     He was also known as William Henry Wattenburg. He was also known as Bill Wattenburg.
Census11-Apr-1930lodger, Oroville, Butte County, California, listed as single
Census-Occ11-Apr-1930a garage mechanic

Doris Conover

F, #376932, b. 6 Feb 1906, d. 25 Jun 1947
Doris Conover|b. 6 Feb 1906\nd. 25 Jun 1947|p3770.htm#i376932|Daniel Conover|b. Sep 1874\nd. 20 Jan 1951|p3770.htm#i376925|Lillian Delhpane Cutler|b. 1 Jul 1876\nd. 7 Jun 1946|p3770.htm#i376926|Daniel S. Conover|b. 22 Mar 1831|p1389.htm#i138823|Catherine McCauley|b. 15 Feb 1837\nd. after 1898|p1389.htm#i138824||||(Unknown) Teal||p3770.htm#i376938|

Relationship=6th cousin 2 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=7th great-granddaughter of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Doris Conover was born on 6-Feb-1906 at New York. She was the daughter of Daniel Conover and Lillian Delhpane Cutler. Doris Conover died on 25-Jun-1947 at Santa Clara County, California, at age 41.

Paul Herbert Conover

M, #376933, b. 26 Mar 1908, d. 14 Aug 1956
Paul Herbert Conover|b. 26 Mar 1908\nd. 14 Aug 1956|p3770.htm#i376933|Daniel Conover|b. Sep 1874\nd. 20 Jan 1951|p3770.htm#i376925|Lillian Delhpane Cutler|b. 1 Jul 1876\nd. 7 Jun 1946|p3770.htm#i376926|Daniel S. Conover|b. 22 Mar 1831|p1389.htm#i138823|Catherine McCauley|b. 15 Feb 1837\nd. after 1898|p1389.htm#i138824||||(Unknown) Teal||p3770.htm#i376938|

Relationship=6th cousin 2 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=7th great-grandson of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Paul Herbert Conover was born on 26-Mar-1908 at Washington. He was the son of Daniel Conover and Lillian Delhpane Cutler. Paul married Elena (Unknown). Paul Herbert Conover died on 14-Aug-1956 at Alameda County, California, at age 48.

Elena (Unknown)

F, #376934
     Elena married Paul Herbert Conover, son of Daniel Conover and Lillian Delhpane Cutler.

Irvin D. Conover

M, #376935, b. 18 May 1913, d. Oct 1984
Irvin D. Conover|b. 18 May 1913\nd. Oct 1984|p3770.htm#i376935|Daniel Conover|b. Sep 1874\nd. 20 Jan 1951|p3770.htm#i376925|Lillian Delhpane Cutler|b. 1 Jul 1876\nd. 7 Jun 1946|p3770.htm#i376926|Daniel S. Conover|b. 22 Mar 1831|p1389.htm#i138823|Catherine McCauley|b. 15 Feb 1837\nd. after 1898|p1389.htm#i138824||||(Unknown) Teal||p3770.htm#i376938|

Relationship=6th cousin 2 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=7th great-grandson of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Irvin D. Conover was born on 18-May-1913 at New York. He was the son of Daniel Conover and Lillian Delhpane Cutler. Irvin married Janet (Unknown). Irvin D. Conover died in Oct-1984 at East Syracuse, Onondaga County, New York, at age 71.

Janet (Unknown)

F, #376936
     Janet married Irvin D. Conover, son of Daniel Conover and Lillian Delhpane Cutler.

Donald Joseph Conover

M, #376937, b. 12 Dec 1919, d. Dec 1981
Donald Joseph Conover|b. 12 Dec 1919\nd. Dec 1981|p3770.htm#i376937|Daniel Conover|b. Sep 1874\nd. 20 Jan 1951|p3770.htm#i376925|Lillian Delhpane Cutler|b. 1 Jul 1876\nd. 7 Jun 1946|p3770.htm#i376926|Daniel S. Conover|b. 22 Mar 1831|p1389.htm#i138823|Catherine McCauley|b. 15 Feb 1837\nd. after 1898|p1389.htm#i138824||||(Unknown) Teal||p3770.htm#i376938|

Relationship=6th cousin 2 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=7th great-grandson of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Donald Joseph Conover was born on 12-Dec-1919 at Seattle, King County, Washington. He was the son of Daniel Conover and Lillian Delhpane Cutler. Donald Joseph Conover died in Dec-1981 at Boca Raton, Palm Beach County, Florida.

(Unknown) Teal

F, #376938

Child of (Unknown) Teal

Wilma M Lankler

F, #376939, b. circa Jun 1896
Wilma M Lankler|b. circa Jun 1896|p3770.htm#i376939|Charles George Lankler|b. 18 Dec 1874|p1394.htm#i139380|Margaret J. Conover|b. Jun 1875|p1394.htm#i139379|||||||Seth S. Conover|b. 28 Jun 1830|p1394.htm#i139377|Harriet S. Conover|b. 7 Sep 1832\nd. 18 Oct 1924|p1394.htm#i139378|

Relationship=6th cousin 2 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=7th great-granddaughter of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Wilma M Lankler was born circa Jun-1896 at New York. She was the daughter of Charles George Lankler and Margaret J. Conover.
     Wilma M Lankler was also known as Wilhemina Lankler.
Census3-Apr-1930with her father, Buffalo, Erie County, New York
Census-Occ3-Apr-1930a public school teacher

Harriet L. Lankler

F, #376940, b. 2 Dec 1897, d. Feb 1985
Harriet L. Lankler|b. 2 Dec 1897\nd. Feb 1985|p3770.htm#i376940|Charles George Lankler|b. 18 Dec 1874|p1394.htm#i139380|Margaret J. Conover|b. Jun 1875|p1394.htm#i139379|||||||Seth S. Conover|b. 28 Jun 1830|p1394.htm#i139377|Harriet S. Conover|b. 7 Sep 1832\nd. 18 Oct 1924|p1394.htm#i139378|

Relationship=6th cousin 2 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=7th great-granddaughter of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Harriet L. Lankler was born on 2-Dec-1897 at New York. She was the daughter of Charles George Lankler and Margaret J. Conover. Harriet L. Lankler died in Feb-1985 at Buffalo, Erie County, New York, at age 87.
Census3-Apr-1930with her father, Buffalo, Erie County, New York
Census-Occ3-Apr-1930a boolleeper for and automobile company

Ralph Lankler

M, #376941, b. 25 May 1901, d. 11 May 1996
Ralph Lankler|b. 25 May 1901\nd. 11 May 1996|p3770.htm#i376941|Charles George Lankler|b. 18 Dec 1874|p1394.htm#i139380|Margaret J. Conover|b. Jun 1875|p1394.htm#i139379|||||||Seth S. Conover|b. 28 Jun 1830|p1394.htm#i139377|Harriet S. Conover|b. 7 Sep 1832\nd. 18 Oct 1924|p1394.htm#i139378|

Relationship=6th cousin 2 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=7th great-grandson of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Ralph Lankler was born on 25-May-1901 at New York. He was the son of Charles George Lankler and Margaret J. Conover. Ralph Lankler died on 11-May-1996 at Pawling, Dutchess County, New York, at age 94.

Catherine Jemima Voorheis

F, #376942, b. 27 Dec 1841, d. 26 Jan 1896
Catherine Jemima Voorheis|b. 27 Dec 1841\nd. 26 Jan 1896|p3770.htm#i376942|Mahlon Voorheis|b. 29 Mar 1797\nd. 6 Feb 1848|p2748.htm#i274787|Elizabeth Tuttle|b. 29 Jul 1804\nd. 19 Oct 1843|p2748.htm#i274788|Cornelius Voorhees|b. 18 Dec 1755\nd. 6 Jan 1835|p2483.htm#i248231|Mary Cooper|b. 1759\nd. 11 Nov 1811|p2483.htm#i248232|David Tuttle||p3768.htm#i376798|Jemima Leonard||p3768.htm#i376799|

Relationship=6th cousin 3 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=6th great-granddaughter of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Catherine Jemima Voorheis was born on 27-Dec-1841 at Illinois. She was the daughter of Mahlon Voorheis and Elizabeth Tuttle. Catherine married William Pierson Musgrave, son of Nathan Musgrave and Mary Cox, on 24-Nov-1864 at Crawford County, Illinois. Catherine Jemima Voorheis died on 26-Jan-1896 at age 54.

Children of Catherine Jemima Voorheis and William Pierson Musgrave

William Pierson Musgrave

M, #376943, b. 12 Nov 1828, d. 1 Mar 1915
William Pierson Musgrave|b. 12 Nov 1828\nd. 1 Mar 1915|p3770.htm#i376943|Nathan Musgrave||p3770.htm#i376944|Mary Cox||p3770.htm#i376945|||||||||||||
      William Pierson Musgrave was born on 12-Nov-1828 at Hutsonville Twp., Crawford County, Illinois. He was the son of Nathan Musgrave and Mary Cox. William married Priscilla Ellen Coffin Oct. 8th, 1849 at Washington County, Indiana. William married Catherine Jemima Voorheis, daughter of Mahlon Voorheis and Elizabeth Tuttle, on 24-Nov-1864 at Crawford County, Illinois. William Pierson Musgrave died on 1-Mar-1915 at age 86.
     

WM. P. MUSGRAVE CALLED TO REST.
Passes Quietly to the Great Beyond Monday March, 1.
William Pierson Musgrave, aged 86 years, 3 months and 19 days passed away at his home about two miles north of Hutsonville just before the noon hour Monday March 1st . Funeral services were held at Union Chapel Wednesday, March 3rd at 10 a. m., conducted by the home ministers led by Cyrus Guyer.
Interment in the Musgrave cemetery. The large concourse of friends who filled the church to over flowing and who accompanied the remains to their last resting place bore testimony to the high standing and regard in which the deceased was held by all who knew him. He passed away quietly and without a sembalance of pain, just going into a peaceful slumber. At no time during his last illness did he seem to suffer.
Mr. Musgrave was a native of this township, his parents, who were North Carolina Quakers, having come to this country in the year 1818 and taken up a government land claim. When he was only twenty years of age, he was appointed a delegate to the Friends' yearly meeting in Dayton Ohio and made the trip and return on horseback.
In earlier days he had hauled apples, wool and other produce as far as Chicago to find a market, bringing back salt and other things.
Mr. Musgrave was one of the pioneer business men of the village having opened up a store on the river just back of the present McNutt & Musgrave Bros. hardware establishment. About 1854 he formed a partnership with the late Dr. Meserve of Robinson. Meserve & Musgrave sold drugs in a small building that stood near where the Farmers & Merchants bank now stands. After a short duration the firm dessolved and in 1861 Mr. Musgrave and Wm. Coffin, a brother-in-law, formed a partnership and started a general
store on the ground where the present Hurst Bros. store now stands. After one year Coffin withdrew and Dr. Thomas Kennedy, also a brother-in-law of Mr. Musgrave, be came a partner. After a short time Kennedy withdrew and in 1864 W. P. Musgrave and John R. Hurst formed a partnership which lasted but one year when Isaac Lowe, father of Judge A. L. Lowe, bought Mr. Musgrave out and he returned to the farm where he spent the remainder of his days. Following is the obituary:
William Pierson, son of Nathan and Mary Musgrave, was born Nov. 12, 1828 and was married to Percilia E. Coffin Oct. 8th, 1849. They were married according to the custom of the Friends' Church in a public meeting with out license, they pronouncing the ceremony, this being the legal form of marriage at that time. To this union were born five children, Edward P., John E., Izora E. Cox of Robinson, Ill., Lura B. Woodard and William R. All of these, except Izora, with their mother preceded him in death.
He was again married to Catherine J. Voorheis Oct. 24, 1864(1?). To this union were born seven children, Nathan A., Flora F., Mary E., Edward V., Mahlon H., Eliza B. and Harry, three of whom survive being Nathan, Mary and Mahlon. He also left fifteen grandchildren and eleven great grandchildren.
His parents came to this country and settled here in the year 1818. They were one of the most prominent families in the early development of this country. The Indians were numerous here at that time and wild game such as deer and turkey were in abundance. Uncle William saw the country transformed from a wilderness which by the sturdy stroke of industry was made to "Blossom as the Rose", as we see it today.
He had a birthright and was a life long member of the Friends' Church.
He bore his first public testimony in Christ at the age of 17. This was unusual in those days of quiet meetings. By his simple, honest and upright life he was known by all as a Godly man. He was ever ready, both in public and and private, to speak of the Master he loved so well. He had a profound reverance for the Holy Scriptures and was faithful to read them in daily devotion, night and morning, with his family often speaking upon such occasions that his prospect was bright. His earthly treasure was goodwill to all and
high regard for his children who so kindly cared him to the end. He leaves to his children and to his grandchildren a priceless legacy--an example of peace and goodwill to his fellow men.






Wm. P. Musgrave Writes Interesting Sketch

I was born in 1828 on the farm now owned and occupied by Wm. Rains, two miles north west of Hutsonville. My parents, Nathan and Mary (Cox) Musgrave, having settled here in 1818, my father was born in North Carolina in 1796 while Washington was president. They came with a company who had planned to brave the hardships of travel by ox carts, on horseback and on foot to plant a colony in this new and unbroken territory of Illinois. While they were hunting for a more fertile land, which was than principally government land and could be had for almost nothing, one object was to get away from the states of slavery. At this time there was a growing sentiment against slave holding, especially among friends (or Quakers) of which my father was a member. He brought with him a colored man to whom he had fallen heir and gave him his liberty. My first schooling was at a log school house, a little south and east of the present home of Cyrus Lindley. This was the only school house at this time in this part of the county. The house was warmed by a large fireplace and the one window was an opening made by removing a log from one side and covering the space with greased paper. The backless benches were hewn slabs of timber. There was a long shelf below the window to write on. Allen Sackrider was my first teacher. He taught us reading and arithmetic, made goose quill pens for us and he showed me how to make clay marbles and burn them in a fireplace. The first meeting house in this section of the country was a log house built by Friends just south of the turn in the road between Lawrence Newlin's and his daughter, Gladys' home. We often had "silent meetings." This was a branch church of Honey Creek monthly meeting, south of Terre Haute. The homes for the most part were as poorly furnished as the school houses. Much if not all the furniture was hand made as well as our clothing, etc.

"General" Stark, south of Hutsonville, made wool or fur hats for men who could afford them. We made our own straw hats by brading rye straw and sewing together.

Exum Draper (father of the late Wm. Draper) who lived on the land of my son, Nathan's, present home, was the principal shoemaker. John Reynolds, father of the late Enos Reynolds, having residence and shop just north of Chas. Musgrave's present home, and made most all of the tools, farming implements, wagons, etc. for all the people the country over. At one time he had six forges in his large shop and employed several men. He used a trip hammer that was run by oxen, the sound of which could be heard several miles away.The mail route by which we were served was from Vincennes to Paris. The mail was carried on horseback.York being the station where the carrier stayed over night and changed horses. When about 14 years old I went on horseback to Vincennes in company with the mail carrier. I remember that there was but one post office between Palestine and that place. My father sent me then to bring home my brother, John, who had started with a flatboat of hay to New Orleans but was compelled to tie at Vincennes on account of the floating ice.

When I was 17 years old I, with others, made a trip to Chicago with a wagon load of wool and dried apples, which I exchanged for dry goods and two barrels of salt. Chicago was then a growing city, but there were no railroads or street cars.

At age of 20 I went on horseback to Dayton, Ohio, to yearly meeting of Friends. I stayed one night at Indianapolis. I put up at a hotel and the fair for myself and horse, including lodging, supper and breakfast was one dollar.

In early times we had to work hard for a living but there was plenty of time sociability. There were log rollings, house and barn raisings, quiltings apple cuttings, etc. One night a party of young people met at the home of Mahlon Voorheis (Henry Voorheis' ) father to have a spelling school. About midnight we were all envited into the kitchen to a nice warm supper. I especially remember the hot biscuits baked by the fireplace. Aunt Eliza, Mahlon's wife, was one of the best of cooks.

My first travel by railroad was from Vencennes to Salem Ind. The engines and cars and cars were small compared to those of today. The rails were made by laying timbers lengthwise on the ties and capping them with strips of iron or steel, similar to wagon tires but thicker. Wood was used for fuel and some of the passengers paid their fares by helping load on wood.

My first remembrance of Hutsonville was when, as a rmall boy, Iused to visit my uncle, William Cox,who lived there. He built a small store and brought on the first stock of goods ever offered for sale in that place. His store was on the river bank east of Newlin's present store. His home, a log house, was about where Elizabeth Higgins' home now stands. A few years later my father and William Hurst, brother of the late John R. Hurst, built quite a large storehouse near the site of Cox's storeand also a meat packing house where pork was cured and sent to New Orleans by boat. General stores at that time were much different from those of the present time. There were no ready made shoes, hats, clothing, no coal oil as candles were used and no fruit jars, as we had only dried fruit by then. They kept factory unbleached muslin, a little calico, sometimes jeans, but jeans was mostly woven by looms in the homes. Orleans sugar and molasses, sorghum cane was not then grown here, candles, bags of green coffee, rice, etc.

My first adventure in the mercantile business in Hutsonville was with Dr. Stephen Meserve in a small drug store. In 1860 I formed a partnership with my brother-in-law, Wm. Coffin, and put in a general store. Coffin was soon succeeded by my sister's husband, Dr.Thos. Kennedy who was with me about a year or so when John R. Hurst became a partner. I sold my interest to Isaac Lowe, and Hurst with Lowe and afterward with John Olwin continued the business until his (Hurst's) death 1886, when his sons, W. B. and L. C. Hurst became proprietors and have carried on the business at the same place up to present time.In 1866 I bought a farm three miles northwest of town and was engaged in farming and fruit culture for the next 13 years when I sold out to Edward Rains and moved to Coloma Ind. I conducted a small store there for four years when I again sold out and returned to this neighborhood where I have since lived. In my lifetime of almost 85 years I have witnessed wonderful changes. Land for which I paid $5 an acre is now worth $125. Scarcely a half dozen of my boyhood friends are now living. Many of my own loved ones have passed over. I have sorrows and losses yet I find this a good world to live in. I have not always made a success financially, but I am glad to say I have been able to pay all my debts. If I owe any one a cent, I do not know it. I am thankful too, to have been blessed with health and to have provided always with a comfortable living.

Wm.P. Musgrave.

Children of William Pierson Musgrave and Catherine Jemima Voorheis

Nathan Musgrave

M, #376944
     Nathan married Mary Cox.

Child of Nathan Musgrave and Mary Cox

Mary Cox

F, #376945
     Mary married Nathan Musgrave.

Child of Mary Cox and Nathan Musgrave

Mary Emily Musgrave

F, #376946, b. between 28 Jan 1869 and 1 Nov 1869, d. 8 Jun 1957
Mary Emily Musgrave|b. between 28 Jan 1869 and 1 Nov 1869\nd. 8 Jun 1957|p3770.htm#i376946|William Pierson Musgrave|b. 12 Nov 1828\nd. 1 Mar 1915|p3770.htm#i376943|Catherine Jemima Voorheis|b. 27 Dec 1841\nd. 26 Jan 1896|p3770.htm#i376942|Nathan Musgrave||p3770.htm#i376944|Mary Cox||p3770.htm#i376945|Mahlon Voorheis|b. 29 Mar 1797\nd. 6 Feb 1848|p2748.htm#i274787|Elizabeth Tuttle|b. 29 Jul 1804\nd. 19 Oct 1843|p2748.htm#i274788|

Relationship=7th cousin 2 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=7th great-granddaughter of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Mary Emily Musgrave was born between 28-Jan-1869 and 1-Nov-1869. She was the daughter of William Pierson Musgrave and Catherine Jemima Voorheis. Mary married Charles Prevo on 26-Dec-1894 at Cook County, Illinois. Mary Emily Musgrave died on 8-Jun-1957.

Nathan Musgrave

M, #376947, b. 26 Jan 1866, d. 6 Feb 1925
Nathan Musgrave|b. 26 Jan 1866\nd. 6 Feb 1925|p3770.htm#i376947|William Pierson Musgrave|b. 12 Nov 1828\nd. 1 Mar 1915|p3770.htm#i376943|Catherine Jemima Voorheis|b. 27 Dec 1841\nd. 26 Jan 1896|p3770.htm#i376942|Nathan Musgrave||p3770.htm#i376944|Mary Cox||p3770.htm#i376945|Mahlon Voorheis|b. 29 Mar 1797\nd. 6 Feb 1848|p2748.htm#i274787|Elizabeth Tuttle|b. 29 Jul 1804\nd. 19 Oct 1843|p2748.htm#i274788|

Relationship=7th cousin 2 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=7th great-grandson of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Nathan Musgrave was born on 26-Jan-1866. He was the son of William Pierson Musgrave and Catherine Jemima Voorheis. Nathan married Olive Davis on 25-Oct-1894. Nathan Musgrave died on 6-Feb-1925 at age 59.
     
DINNER

At the home of Nathan Muusgrave an excellent dinner was served and an enjoyable day spent Sunday in honor of Mr. Musgrave's 29th birthday. Those present were the families of K. M. Cox, Mame Prevo, Isabel Kennedy, C. H. Musgrave, Alonzo Draper, Mr. and Mrs. Fulton, Mr. and Mrs. Norfolk, Dr. and Mrs. Voorheis, Mr and Mrs. Mahlon Musgrave, Mr. and Mrs Walker Martin, Uncle Wm. Musgrave, Mrs. Carrie Crouch and Aunt Metta Draper, Misses May and Ruth Pifer, and Estella Cox, Messrs. Harry Fulton, Ira and Arthur Pifer and Will Voorheis.

Paper unknown, about 1895.


N. A. MUSGRAVE DEAD
Prominent Citizen Answers Final Summons
Nathan A. Musgrave was born in Hutsonville in what is now the A. C. Musgrave home, January 26, 1866.
His parents were William P. and Catherine Voorheis Musgrave. Both preceded him in death, his mother dying Jan. 26, 1896 and his father March 1, 1915.
Practically all his life was lived in this community where he became well known and highly respected as a friend, neighbor and citizen. Thirty five years of his life was spent in his present home.
On October 25, 1894, he and Olive Davis, of near Palestine, Ill.. were united in marriage and to which union five children were born, namely, Paul D. ; Palmer A, ; Catherine V. ; Emma M. ; and Mary O. All are living.
Besides his wife and children the near relatives serviving him Mahlon H. Musgrave of Hutsonville, a brother, Mrs. Mary Prevo of Palestine a sister; and Mrs. Zora Cox of Los Angeles, California, a half sister.
The deceased was raised in the faith of the Friends Church. It was the church of his childhood and much of his manhood and to it he adhered untill about fifteen years ago when he became a member of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church at Bailiff of which he was member until his death.
Much could be said of his Christian life, his faith in God and in Jesus Christ his Savior. His whole life can be summed up in the following words, his faith was the faith of his fathers; he has lived consistenly amongst us. Every moral issue presented for determination found him in the forefront advocating its righteons principles. The welvare of every human being was the burden of his heart. He made no distinction as to man, class or group when it came to helping others---his life was a life of service.
A kind friend, a helpful neighbor, a loving father and husband fell to sleep Friday, February 6, 1925, when
death claimed all that was mortal of Nathan A. Musgrave.
"We cannot say and we will not say he is dead, he is just away". With a cheery step and a wave of the hand he has enterned into that brighter land. And left us dreaming how very fair it needs must be since he entered there. And you yearn for the old time step and the glad return.
Think
Think of him still as the same today,
He is not dead, he is just away."

LIFE OF N. A. MUSGRAVE
His father, was engaged in the mercantile business at the time of his birth in Hutsonville but soon removed to the farm, three miles northwest of that town, owned and occupied at that time by Dee Rains.
At the age of thirteen his father moved to Coloma Indiana, where he again engaged in the mercantile business for four years then returning to Crawford County living on the farm now owned by Ed Lindley, for a short time, and then to the farm where Nate, as he was commonly called, lived untill death excepting about five years in the town of Hutsonville.
Early in life he exhibited a desire to accumlate something so that in older age render a service to mankind and while only a young man purchased the farm where he lived.
In 1897 he purchased half interest in J. M. McNutt hardware business in Hutsonville and for several years took an active interest in the business but after his house having burned in town the call "Back to the farm" was too strong to resist and the active management of the Hardware business was turned over to others and he returned to and devoted his time to the farm. Among many of the characteristics peculiar to N.A. Musgrave was a very deep desire to help everybody living in his neighborhood to a better physical and moral condition. It was before the days of good roads and automobiles about eighteen years ago, a number of children was being deprived of the spiritual uplift, he felt was due them on account of having no church in that district, so he built and furnished solely at his own expense a church and at all times since largely bore the expense of its upkeep. At York and also at Bailiff the church building needed repairs and through his encouragement and financial help everything was set in order. In no way did he confine his church activities to his own denomination but with a heart overflowing with love to all his acquaintences a hand was extended in sympathy and financial aid. Secret Orders and Lodges never held a leading place in his life but the Church of Jesus Christ was head and shoulders above all other organizations and to that end he gave the best of his life and energies. The esteem of the people of the entire country was expressed when 256 automobiles and five buggies being over a thousand people to the little chapel Sunday Feb. 8, 1925 to pay their respects to his life and to drop a tear of sympathy with his immediate family. A very ------ service was conducted by Rev. H. B. Shoaff of the Hutsonville M. E. Church assisted by Rev. Myers, Pastor of the Friends Church. Mr. T. A. McComb also spoke on "The Value of a Man in the Country". Song Service was in charge of the M. E. Church Quartett.
As the body left the Chapel to the hearse, and also from the hearse to the grave, several hundred Christian men stood on each side of the line of march with bared heads as guards to the last resting place of the body of the man whose Soul went out into the Great Beyond.

Census26-Apr-1910Hutsonville Twp., Crawford County, Illinois, 5 children, 5 living
Census5-Jan-1920Hutsonville Twp., Crawford County, Illinois
Census-Occ26-Apr-1910a farmer
Census-Occ5-Jan-1920a farmer

Children of Nathan Musgrave and Olive Davis

Olive Davis

F, #376948, b. circa 1872
      Olive Davis was born circa 1872 at Illinois. Olive married Nathan Musgrave, son of William Pierson Musgrave and Catherine Jemima Voorheis, on 25-Oct-1894.
Census26-Apr-1910Hutsonville Twp., Crawford County, Illinois, 5 children, 5 living
Census5-Jan-1920Hutsonville Twp., Crawford County, Illinois

Children of Olive Davis and Nathan Musgrave

Paul D. Musgrave

M, #376949, b. 27 Jun 1897, d. Oct 1962
Paul D. Musgrave|b. 27 Jun 1897\nd. Oct 1962|p3770.htm#i376949|Nathan Musgrave|b. 26 Jan 1866\nd. 6 Feb 1925|p3770.htm#i376947|Olive Davis|b. circa 1872|p3770.htm#i376948|William P. Musgrave|b. 12 Nov 1828\nd. 1 Mar 1915|p3770.htm#i376943|Catherine J. Voorheis|b. 27 Dec 1841\nd. 26 Jan 1896|p3770.htm#i376942|||||||

Relationship=8th cousin 1 time removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=8th great-grandson of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Paul D. Musgrave was born on 27-Jun-1897 at Illinois. He was the son of Nathan Musgrave and Olive Davis. Paul D. Musgrave died in Oct-1962 at age 65.
     

Palmer Andrew Musgrave

M, #376950, b. 30 Jul 1899
Palmer Andrew Musgrave|b. 30 Jul 1899|p3770.htm#i376950|Nathan Musgrave|b. 26 Jan 1866\nd. 6 Feb 1925|p3770.htm#i376947|Olive Davis|b. circa 1872|p3770.htm#i376948|William P. Musgrave|b. 12 Nov 1828\nd. 1 Mar 1915|p3770.htm#i376943|Catherine J. Voorheis|b. 27 Dec 1841\nd. 26 Jan 1896|p3770.htm#i376942|||||||

Relationship=8th cousin 1 time removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=8th great-grandson of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Palmer Andrew Musgrave was born on 30-Jul-1899 at Illinois. He was the son of Nathan Musgrave and Olive Davis.
     

Mary O. Musgrave

F, #376951, b. circa 1909
Mary O. Musgrave|b. circa 1909|p3770.htm#i376951|Nathan Musgrave|b. 26 Jan 1866\nd. 6 Feb 1925|p3770.htm#i376947|Olive Davis|b. circa 1872|p3770.htm#i376948|William P. Musgrave|b. 12 Nov 1828\nd. 1 Mar 1915|p3770.htm#i376943|Catherine J. Voorheis|b. 27 Dec 1841\nd. 26 Jan 1896|p3770.htm#i376942|||||||

Relationship=8th cousin 1 time removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=8th great-granddaughter of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Mary O. Musgrave was born circa 1909 at Illinois. She was the daughter of Nathan Musgrave and Olive Davis.

Catherine V. Musgrave

F, #376952, b. circa 1904
Catherine V. Musgrave|b. circa 1904|p3770.htm#i376952|Nathan Musgrave|b. 26 Jan 1866\nd. 6 Feb 1925|p3770.htm#i376947|Olive Davis|b. circa 1872|p3770.htm#i376948|William P. Musgrave|b. 12 Nov 1828\nd. 1 Mar 1915|p3770.htm#i376943|Catherine J. Voorheis|b. 27 Dec 1841\nd. 26 Jan 1896|p3770.htm#i376942|||||||

Relationship=8th cousin 1 time removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=8th great-granddaughter of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Catherine V. Musgrave was born circa 1904 at Illinois. She was the daughter of Nathan Musgrave and Olive Davis.

Emma Myrtle Musgrave

F, #376953, b. 1 Nov 1906, d. 27 Jun 1926
Emma Myrtle Musgrave|b. 1 Nov 1906\nd. 27 Jun 1926|p3770.htm#i376953|Nathan Musgrave|b. 26 Jan 1866\nd. 6 Feb 1925|p3770.htm#i376947|Olive Davis|b. circa 1872|p3770.htm#i376948|William P. Musgrave|b. 12 Nov 1828\nd. 1 Mar 1915|p3770.htm#i376943|Catherine J. Voorheis|b. 27 Dec 1841\nd. 26 Jan 1896|p3770.htm#i376942|||||||

Relationship=8th cousin 1 time removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=8th great-granddaughter of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Emma Myrtle Musgrave was born on 1-Nov-1906 at Illinois. She was the daughter of Nathan Musgrave and Olive Davis. Emma Myrtle Musgrave died on 27-Jun-1926 at age 19.

John Cornelius Voorheis

M, #376954, b. 18 Oct 1843, d. Jul 1844
John Cornelius Voorheis|b. 18 Oct 1843\nd. Jul 1844|p3770.htm#i376954|Mahlon Voorheis|b. 29 Mar 1797\nd. 6 Feb 1848|p2748.htm#i274787|Elizabeth Tuttle|b. 29 Jul 1804\nd. 19 Oct 1843|p2748.htm#i274788|Cornelius Voorhees|b. 18 Dec 1755\nd. 6 Jan 1835|p2483.htm#i248231|Mary Cooper|b. 1759\nd. 11 Nov 1811|p2483.htm#i248232|David Tuttle||p3768.htm#i376798|Jemima Leonard||p3768.htm#i376799|

Relationship=6th cousin 3 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=6th great-grandson of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      John Cornelius Voorheis was born on 18-Oct-1843. He was the son of Mahlon Voorheis and Elizabeth Tuttle. John Cornelius Voorheis died in Jul-1844.

Jacob Ward

M, #376955
     Jacob married Abigail Dodd.

Child of Jacob Ward and Abigail Dodd

Abigail Dodd

F, #376956
     Abigail married Jacob Ward.

Child of Abigail Dodd and Jacob Ward

Dr. Amidee Francis Voorhies M.D.

M, #376957, b. 6 Aug 1824, d. 1901
Dr. Amidee Francis Voorhies M.D.|b. 6 Aug 1824\nd. 1901|p3770.htm#i376957|John Newton Voorhies|b. 25 Nov 1800\nd. 19 Feb 1883|p2748.htm#i274789|Eliza Dodd Ward|b. 7 Jul 1803\nd. 7 Mar 1874|p2748.htm#i274790|Cornelius Voorhees|b. 18 Dec 1755\nd. 6 Jan 1835|p2483.htm#i248231|Mary Cooper|b. 1759\nd. 11 Nov 1811|p2483.htm#i248232|Jacob Ward||p3770.htm#i376955|Abigail Dodd||p3770.htm#i376956|

Relationship=6th cousin 3 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=6th great-grandson of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
     Dr. Amidee Francis Voorhies M.D. was baptized on 6-Aug-1824 at Presbyterian Church, Hanover, Morris County, New Jersey. He was the son of John Newton Voorhies and Eliza Dodd Ward. Amidee married Rebecca Harrow Southard, daughter of Isaac Southard and Mary Wright Doty, on 10-Nov-1853 at Somerset County, New Jersey. Amidee married Malvina Bedell, daughter of Israel Bedell and Marie (Unknown), circa 1866. Dr. Amidee Francis Voorhies M.D. died in 1901 at Basking Ridge, Somerset County, New Jersey.
     He was also known as Dr. Amadee Francis Voorhies M.D.

Children of Dr. Amidee Francis Voorhies M.D. and Rebecca Harrow Southard

Children of Dr. Amidee Francis Voorhies M.D. and Malvina Bedell

Rebecca Harrow Southard

F, #376958, b. 15 Feb 1830, d. 28 May 1866
Rebecca Harrow Southard|b. 15 Feb 1830\nd. 28 May 1866|p3770.htm#i376958|Isaac Southard||p3771.htm#i377005|Mary Wright Doty||p3771.htm#i377006|||||||||||||
      Rebecca Harrow Southard was born on 15-Feb-1830. She was the daughter of Isaac Southard and Mary Wright Doty. Rebecca married Dr. Amidee Francis Voorhies M.D., son of John Newton Voorhies and Eliza Dodd Ward, on 10-Nov-1853 at Somerset County, New Jersey. Rebecca Harrow Southard died on 28-May-1866 at Basking Ridge, Somerset County, New Jersey, at age 36.

Children of Rebecca Harrow Southard and Dr. Amidee Francis Voorhies M.D.

Malvina Bedell

F, #376959, b. circa 1837
Malvina Bedell|b. circa 1837|p3770.htm#i376959|Israel Bedell|b. circa 1787|p3771.htm#i377008|Marie (Unknown)||p3771.htm#i377007|||||||||||||
      Malvina Bedell was born circa 1837 at New Jersey. She was the daughter of Israel Bedell and Marie (Unknown). Malvina married Dr. Amidee Francis Voorhies M.D., son of John Newton Voorhies and Eliza Dodd Ward, circa 1866.
     Malvina Bedell was also known as Aulvenia Bedell. She was also known as Anna Bedell.
Census22-Aug-1850with her parents, Bernards Twp., Somerset County, New Jersey

Children of Malvina Bedell and Dr. Amidee Francis Voorhies M.D.

Theodore Voorhies

M, #376960, b. 3 May 1827
Theodore Voorhies|b. 3 May 1827|p3770.htm#i376960|John Newton Voorhies|b. 25 Nov 1800\nd. 19 Feb 1883|p2748.htm#i274789|Eliza Dodd Ward|b. 7 Jul 1803\nd. 7 Mar 1874|p2748.htm#i274790|Cornelius Voorhees|b. 18 Dec 1755\nd. 6 Jan 1835|p2483.htm#i248231|Mary Cooper|b. 1759\nd. 11 Nov 1811|p2483.htm#i248232|Jacob Ward||p3770.htm#i376955|Abigail Dodd||p3770.htm#i376956|

Relationship=6th cousin 3 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=6th great-grandson of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
     Theodore Voorhies was baptized on 3-May-1827 at Presbyterian Church, Hanover, Morris County, New Jersey. He was the son of John Newton Voorhies and Eliza Dodd Ward. Theodore married Elizabeth Crane, daughter of Mary (Unknown); no isue.
     Theodore Voorhies was also known as Theodore Vorhees.
Census12-Jun-1860with Mary R. Crane, Newark, Essex County, New Jersey
Occupationa jewler

Elizabeth Crane

F, #376961
Elizabeth Crane||p3770.htm#i376961||||Mary (Unknown)||p3770.htm#i376962|||||||||||||
     Elizabeth Crane was the daughter of Mary (Unknown). Elizabeth married Theodore Voorhies, son of John Newton Voorhies and Eliza Dodd Ward; no isue.
Census12-Jun-1860with Mary R. Crane, Newark, Essex County, New Jersey

Mary (Unknown)

F, #376962

Child of Mary (Unknown)

Mary Emlay Voorhies

F, #376963, b. 1 May 1830
Mary Emlay Voorhies|b. 1 May 1830|p3770.htm#i376963|John Newton Voorhies|b. 25 Nov 1800\nd. 19 Feb 1883|p2748.htm#i274789|Eliza Dodd Ward|b. 7 Jul 1803\nd. 7 Mar 1874|p2748.htm#i274790|Cornelius Voorhees|b. 18 Dec 1755\nd. 6 Jan 1835|p2483.htm#i248231|Mary Cooper|b. 1759\nd. 11 Nov 1811|p2483.htm#i248232|Jacob Ward||p3770.htm#i376955|Abigail Dodd||p3770.htm#i376956|

Relationship=6th cousin 3 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=6th great-granddaughter of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
     Mary Emlay Voorhies was baptized on 1-May-1830 at Presbyterian Church, Hanover, Morris County, New Jersey. She was the daughter of John Newton Voorhies and Eliza Dodd Ward. Mary married Bennett Osborn, son of Gernsey Osborn and Anna Maria Hollister, on 12-Nov-1851 at Windham, Greene County, New York.

Children of Mary Emlay Voorhies and Bennett Osborn

Bennett Osborn

M, #376964, b. 20 Nov 1825
Bennett Osborn|b. 20 Nov 1825|p3770.htm#i376964|Gernsey Osborn||p3771.htm#i377024|Anna Maria Hollister||p3771.htm#i377025|||||||||||||
      Bennett Osborn was born on 20-Nov-1825 at Windham, Greene County, New York. He was the son of Gernsey Osborn and Anna Maria Hollister. Bennett married Mary Emlay Voorhies, daughter of John Newton Voorhies and Eliza Dodd Ward, on 12-Nov-1851 at Windham, Greene County, New York.
     Bennett Osborn was also known as Bennet Osborn.

Children of Bennett Osborn and Mary Emlay Voorhies

Julia Voorhies

F, #376965, b. 1833
Julia Voorhies|b. 1833|p3770.htm#i376965|John Newton Voorhies|b. 25 Nov 1800\nd. 19 Feb 1883|p2748.htm#i274789|Eliza Dodd Ward|b. 7 Jul 1803\nd. 7 Mar 1874|p2748.htm#i274790|Cornelius Voorhees|b. 18 Dec 1755\nd. 6 Jan 1835|p2483.htm#i248231|Mary Cooper|b. 1759\nd. 11 Nov 1811|p2483.htm#i248232|Jacob Ward||p3770.htm#i376955|Abigail Dodd||p3770.htm#i376956|

Relationship=6th cousin 3 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=6th great-granddaughter of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Julia Voorhies was born in 1833. She was the daughter of John Newton Voorhies and Eliza Dodd Ward. Julia married William Lyman. Julia married (Unknown) Canar?

William Lyman

M, #376966
     William married Julia Voorhies, daughter of John Newton Voorhies and Eliza Dodd Ward.

(Unknown) Canar?

M, #376967
     (Unknown) married Julia Voorhies, daughter of John Newton Voorhies and Eliza Dodd Ward.

Emma C. Voorheis

F, #376968, b. 13 Apr 1857, d. 20 Jan 1933
Emma C. Voorheis|b. 13 Apr 1857\nd. 20 Jan 1933|p3770.htm#i376968|Henry Augustus Voorheis|b. 14 Nov 1826\nd. 21 May 1914|p3769.htm#i376801|Eliza Ann Cox|b. 12 Mar 1833\nd. 30 Jun 1918|p3769.htm#i376802|Mahlon Voorheis|b. 29 Mar 1797\nd. 6 Feb 1848|p2748.htm#i274787|Elizabeth Tuttle|b. 29 Jul 1804\nd. 19 Oct 1843|p2748.htm#i274788|Thomas Cox||p3769.htm#i376817|Deborah Lindley||p3769.htm#i376818|

Relationship=7th cousin 2 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=7th great-granddaughter of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Emma C. Voorheis was born on 13-Apr-1857 at Hutsonville, Crawford County, Illinois. She was the daughter of Henry Augustus Voorheis and Eliza Ann Cox. Emma married Fountain J. Cooper. Emma C. Voorheis died on 20-Jan-1933 at age 75.

Fountain J. Cooper

M, #376969
     Fountain married Emma C. Voorheis, daughter of Henry Augustus Voorheis and Eliza Ann Cox.

John Morton Voorheis

M, #376970, b. 1 Apr 1860, d. 15 Sep 1945
John Morton Voorheis|b. 1 Apr 1860\nd. 15 Sep 1945|p3770.htm#i376970|Henry Augustus Voorheis|b. 14 Nov 1826\nd. 21 May 1914|p3769.htm#i376801|Eliza Ann Cox|b. 12 Mar 1833\nd. 30 Jun 1918|p3769.htm#i376802|Mahlon Voorheis|b. 29 Mar 1797\nd. 6 Feb 1848|p2748.htm#i274787|Elizabeth Tuttle|b. 29 Jul 1804\nd. 19 Oct 1843|p2748.htm#i274788|Thomas Cox||p3769.htm#i376817|Deborah Lindley||p3769.htm#i376818|

Relationship=7th cousin 2 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=7th great-grandson of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      John Morton Voorheis was born on 1-Apr-1860 at Hutsonville, Crawford County, Illinois. He was the son of Henry Augustus Voorheis and Eliza Ann Cox. John married Alice L. Rains. John married Clarinda Sackrider, daughter of Francis Marion Sackrider and Mary A. Lindley, on 18-Sep-1892 at Crawford County, Illinois. John Morton Voorheis died on 15-Sep-1945 at Hutsonville Twp., Crawford County, Illinois, at age 85.
Census25-Apr-1910Hutsonville Twp., Crawford County, Illinois, 1 child, 1 living
Census8-Jan-1920Hutsonville Twp., Crawford County, Illinois
Census19-Apr-1930Hutsonville Twp., Crawford County, Illinois
Census-Occ25-Apr-1910a farmer
Census-Occ8-Jan-1920a farmer
Census-Occ19-Apr-1930a farmer

Children of John Morton Voorheis and Alice L. Rains

Child of John Morton Voorheis and Clarinda Sackrider

Alice L. Rains

F, #376971
     Alice married John Morton Voorheis, son of Henry Augustus Voorheis and Eliza Ann Cox.

Children of Alice L. Rains and John Morton Voorheis

Clarinda Sackrider

F, #376972, b. circa 1865
Clarinda Sackrider|b. circa 1865|p3770.htm#i376972|Francis Marion Sackrider||p3770.htm#i376973|Mary A. Lindley||p3770.htm#i376974|||||||||||||
      Clarinda Sackrider was born circa 1865 at Illinois. She was the daughter of Francis Marion Sackrider and Mary A. Lindley. Clarinda married John Morton Voorheis, son of Henry Augustus Voorheis and Eliza Ann Cox, on 18-Sep-1892 at Crawford County, Illinois.
Census25-Apr-1910Hutsonville Twp., Crawford County, Illinois, 1 child, 1 living
Census8-Jan-1920Hutsonville Twp., Crawford County, Illinois
Census19-Apr-1930Hutsonville Twp., Crawford County, Illinois

Child of Clarinda Sackrider and John Morton Voorheis

Francis Marion Sackrider

M, #376973
     Francis married Mary A. Lindley.

Children of Francis Marion Sackrider and Mary A. Lindley

Mary A. Lindley

F, #376974
     Mary married Francis Marion Sackrider.

Children of Mary A. Lindley and Francis Marion Sackrider

Pearl M. Sackrider

F, #376975, b. circa 1892
Pearl M. Sackrider|b. circa 1892|p3770.htm#i376975|Francis Marion Sackrider||p3770.htm#i376973|Mary A. Lindley||p3770.htm#i376974|||||||||||||
      Pearl M. Sackrider was born circa 1892 at Illinois. She was the daughter of Francis Marion Sackrider and Mary A. Lindley. Pearl married Roy Voorheis, son of John Morton Voorheis and Alice L. Rains, circa 1926.
Census19-Apr-1930Hutsonville Twp., Crawford County, Illinois

Ray Lester Voorheis

M, #376976, b. 12 Sep 1897, d. Jul 1969
Ray Lester Voorheis|b. 12 Sep 1897\nd. Jul 1969|p3770.htm#i376976|John Morton Voorheis|b. 1 Apr 1860\nd. 15 Sep 1945|p3770.htm#i376970|Clarinda Sackrider|b. circa 1865|p3770.htm#i376972|Henry A. Voorheis|b. 14 Nov 1826\nd. 21 May 1914|p3769.htm#i376801|Eliza A. Cox|b. 12 Mar 1833\nd. 30 Jun 1918|p3769.htm#i376802|Francis M. Sackrider||p3770.htm#i376973|Mary A. Lindley||p3770.htm#i376974|

Relationship=8th cousin 1 time removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=8th great-grandson of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Ray Lester Voorheis was born on 12-Sep-1897 at Illinois. He was the son of John Morton Voorheis and Clarinda Sackrider. Ray Lester Voorheis died in Jul-1969 at Hutsonville, Crawford County, Illinois, at age 71.
     
Census8-Jan-1920with his parents, Hutsonville Twp., Crawford County, Illinois
Census19-Apr-1930with his parents, Hutsonville Twp., Crawford County, Illinois

Roy Voorheis

M, #376977, b. 11 Dec 1884
Roy Voorheis|b. 11 Dec 1884|p3770.htm#i376977|John Morton Voorheis|b. 1 Apr 1860\nd. 15 Sep 1945|p3770.htm#i376970|Alice L. Rains||p3770.htm#i376971|Henry A. Voorheis|b. 14 Nov 1826\nd. 21 May 1914|p3769.htm#i376801|Eliza A. Cox|b. 12 Mar 1833\nd. 30 Jun 1918|p3769.htm#i376802|||||||

Relationship=8th cousin 1 time removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=8th great-grandson of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Roy Voorheis was born on 11-Dec-1884 at Illinois. He was the son of John Morton Voorheis and Alice L. Rains. Roy married Pearl M. Sackrider, daughter of Francis Marion Sackrider and Mary A. Lindley, circa 1926.
     
Census8-Jan-1920with his father, Hutsonville Twp., Crawford County, Illinois
Census19-Apr-1930Hutsonville Twp., Crawford County, Illinois
Census-Occ19-Apr-1930a farmer

Mary Voorheis

F, #376978, b. circa 1888
Mary Voorheis|b. circa 1888|p3770.htm#i376978|John Morton Voorheis|b. 1 Apr 1860\nd. 15 Sep 1945|p3770.htm#i376970|Alice L. Rains||p3770.htm#i376971|Henry A. Voorheis|b. 14 Nov 1826\nd. 21 May 1914|p3769.htm#i376801|Eliza A. Cox|b. 12 Mar 1833\nd. 30 Jun 1918|p3769.htm#i376802|||||||

Relationship=8th cousin 1 time removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=8th great-granddaughter of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Mary Voorheis was born circa 1888 at Illinois. She was the daughter of John Morton Voorheis and Alice L. Rains.

Charles Voorheis

M, #376981, b. 23 Aug 1862, d. 26 Feb 1865
Charles Voorheis|b. 23 Aug 1862\nd. 26 Feb 1865|p3770.htm#i376981|Henry Augustus Voorheis|b. 14 Nov 1826\nd. 21 May 1914|p3769.htm#i376801|Eliza Ann Cox|b. 12 Mar 1833\nd. 30 Jun 1918|p3769.htm#i376802|Mahlon Voorheis|b. 29 Mar 1797\nd. 6 Feb 1848|p2748.htm#i274787|Elizabeth Tuttle|b. 29 Jul 1804\nd. 19 Oct 1843|p2748.htm#i274788|Thomas Cox||p3769.htm#i376817|Deborah Lindley||p3769.htm#i376818|

Relationship=7th cousin 2 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=7th great-grandson of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Charles Voorheis was born on 23-Aug-1862 at Hutsonville, Crawford County, Illinois. He was the son of Henry Augustus Voorheis and Eliza Ann Cox. Charles Voorheis died on 26-Feb-1865 at age 2. Charles was buried at Ball Cemetery, Hutsonville, Crawford County, Illinois.

Dr. Charles H. Voorheis M.D.

M, #376982, b. 24 Feb 1865, d. 16 Apr 1948
Dr. Charles H. Voorheis M.D.|b. 24 Feb 1865\nd. 16 Apr 1948|p3770.htm#i376982|Henry Augustus Voorheis|b. 14 Nov 1826\nd. 21 May 1914|p3769.htm#i376801|Eliza Ann Cox|b. 12 Mar 1833\nd. 30 Jun 1918|p3769.htm#i376802|Mahlon Voorheis|b. 29 Mar 1797\nd. 6 Feb 1848|p2748.htm#i274787|Elizabeth Tuttle|b. 29 Jul 1804\nd. 19 Oct 1843|p2748.htm#i274788|Thomas Cox||p3769.htm#i376817|Deborah Lindley||p3769.htm#i376818|

Relationship=7th cousin 2 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=7th great-grandson of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Dr. Charles H. Voorheis M.D. was born on 24-Feb-1865 at Hutsonville, Crawford County, Illinois. He was the son of Henry Augustus Voorheis and Eliza Ann Cox. Charles married Olla Lindley. Dr. Charles H. Voorheis M.D. died on 16-Apr-1948 at Robinson, Crawford County, Illinois, at age 83. Charles was buried at Hutsonville Cemetery, Hutsonville, Crawford County, Illinois.
Census2-Jun-1900Hutsonville Twp., Crawford County, Illinois, 2 children, 0 living
Census16-Apr-1910Hutsonville, Crawford County, Illinois
Census5-Apr-1930Hutsonville, Crawford County, Illinois, real estate value 3,500.00
Census-Occ2-Jun-1900a physician
Census-Occ16-Apr-1910a doctor
Census-Occ5-Apr-1930a physician

Olla Lindley

F, #376983, b. Dec 1867
      Olla Lindley was born in Dec-1867 at Illinois. Olla married Dr. Charles H. Voorheis M.D., son of Henry Augustus Voorheis and Eliza Ann Cox.
     Olla Lindley was also known as Ollie Lindley.
Census2-Jun-1900Hutsonville Twp., Crawford County, Illinois, 2 children, 0 living
Census16-Apr-1910Hutsonville, Crawford County, Illinois
Census5-Apr-1930Hutsonville, Crawford County, Illinois, real estate value 3,500.00

William Mahlon Voorheis

M, #376984, b. 26 Jan 1867, d. 14 Jan 1916
William Mahlon Voorheis|b. 26 Jan 1867\nd. 14 Jan 1916|p3770.htm#i376984|Henry Augustus Voorheis|b. 14 Nov 1826\nd. 21 May 1914|p3769.htm#i376801|Eliza Ann Cox|b. 12 Mar 1833\nd. 30 Jun 1918|p3769.htm#i376802|Mahlon Voorheis|b. 29 Mar 1797\nd. 6 Feb 1848|p2748.htm#i274787|Elizabeth Tuttle|b. 29 Jul 1804\nd. 19 Oct 1843|p2748.htm#i274788|Thomas Cox||p3769.htm#i376817|Deborah Lindley||p3769.htm#i376818|

Relationship=7th cousin 2 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=7th great-grandson of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      William Mahlon Voorheis was born on 26-Jan-1867 at Hutsonville, Crawford County, Illinois. He was the son of Henry Augustus Voorheis and Eliza Ann Cox. William married Ethel Cox on 8-Jun-1910. William Mahlon Voorheis died on 14-Jan-1916 at age 48. William was buried at Hutsonville Cemetery, Hutsonville, Crawford County, Illinois.
      William M. Voorheis , a prominent and well known farmer, passed away at his home north of Hutsonville Friday afternoon at about 3 o'clock Mr. Voorheis had been a sufferer for some time with cancer of the stomach. All that medical skill could do was done for him, but to no avail. He is the son of Henry and Eliza Voorheis and was born June 26, 1867, making him 48 years, 6 months and 18 days of age at the time of his demise. He was married June 8, 1910 to Miss Ethel Cox of Hutsonville and to this union were born two daughters, Mary Alice aged 3 years and Emma Elizabeth , aged 6 weeks. He was converted and joined the Baptist Church twenty years ago this winter and his life was that of a true Christian, He was a loving husband and father, an affectionate son, a kind neighbor and tender and true to those he loved. Fraternally he was a member of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows, Hutsonville Lodge No. 106 and of the Modern Woodman of America. He leaves to mourn their loss a father and wife, two daughters, a dear mother , two brothers, John M. and Charles H. of Hutsonville and two sisters, Mrs. Mary Lindley , of Hutsonville and Mrs. Emma Cooper of Robinson. Funeral services were held Sunday at one o'clock at the family home by Rev. Thomas Wheeler of West Union. Interment was made at the Hutsonville cemetery under the auspices of the local I.O.O.F.

Ethel Cox

F, #376985
     Ethel married William Mahlon Voorheis, son of Henry Augustus Voorheis and Eliza Ann Cox, on 8-Jun-1910.

Mary Voorheis

F, #376988, b. 15 Jun 1870
Mary Voorheis|b. 15 Jun 1870|p3770.htm#i376988|Henry Augustus Voorheis|b. 14 Nov 1826\nd. 21 May 1914|p3769.htm#i376801|Eliza Ann Cox|b. 12 Mar 1833\nd. 30 Jun 1918|p3769.htm#i376802|Mahlon Voorheis|b. 29 Mar 1797\nd. 6 Feb 1848|p2748.htm#i274787|Elizabeth Tuttle|b. 29 Jul 1804\nd. 19 Oct 1843|p2748.htm#i274788|Thomas Cox||p3769.htm#i376817|Deborah Lindley||p3769.htm#i376818|

Relationship=7th cousin 2 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=7th great-granddaughter of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Mary Voorheis was born on 15-Jun-1870 at Hutsonville, Crawford County, Illinois. She was the daughter of Henry Augustus Voorheis and Eliza Ann Cox. Mary married Thomas E. Lindley, son of Abram Lindley and Sarah (Unknown), circa 1894.
Census18-Jun-1900Hutsonville, Crawford County, Illinois, 4 children, 4 living

Children of Mary Voorheis and Thomas E. Lindley

Thomas E. Lindley

M, #376989, b. Feb 1869
Thomas E. Lindley|b. Feb 1869|p3770.htm#i376989|Abram Lindley||p3770.htm#i376994|Sarah (Unknown)||p3770.htm#i376995|||||||||||||
      Thomas E. Lindley was born in Feb-1869 at Illinois. He was the son of Abram Lindley and Sarah (Unknown). Thomas married Mary Voorheis, daughter of Henry Augustus Voorheis and Eliza Ann Cox, circa 1894.
     Thomas E. Lindley was also known as T. E. Lindley.
Census18-Jun-1900Hutsonville, Crawford County, Illinois, 4 children, 4 living
Census-Occ18-Jun-1900a farmer

Children of Thomas E. Lindley and Mary Voorheis

Ellen Lindley

F, #376990, b. Nov 1895
Ellen Lindley|b. Nov 1895|p3770.htm#i376990|Thomas E. Lindley|b. Feb 1869|p3770.htm#i376989|Mary Voorheis|b. 15 Jun 1870|p3770.htm#i376988|Abram Lindley||p3770.htm#i376994|Sarah (Unknown)||p3770.htm#i376995|Henry A. Voorheis|b. 14 Nov 1826\nd. 21 May 1914|p3769.htm#i376801|Eliza A. Cox|b. 12 Mar 1833\nd. 30 Jun 1918|p3769.htm#i376802|

Relationship=8th cousin 1 time removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=8th great-granddaughter of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Ellen Lindley was born in Nov-1895 at Illinois. She was the daughter of Thomas E. Lindley and Mary Voorheis.

Freeman Lindley

M, #376991, b. Mar 1896
Freeman Lindley|b. Mar 1896|p3770.htm#i376991|Thomas E. Lindley|b. Feb 1869|p3770.htm#i376989|Mary Voorheis|b. 15 Jun 1870|p3770.htm#i376988|Abram Lindley||p3770.htm#i376994|Sarah (Unknown)||p3770.htm#i376995|Henry A. Voorheis|b. 14 Nov 1826\nd. 21 May 1914|p3769.htm#i376801|Eliza A. Cox|b. 12 Mar 1833\nd. 30 Jun 1918|p3769.htm#i376802|

Relationship=8th cousin 1 time removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=8th great-grandson of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Freeman Lindley was born in Mar-1896 at Illinois. He was the son of Thomas E. Lindley and Mary Voorheis.
Census11-Apr-1930a lodger with George Fosea, Chicago, Cook County, Illinois
Census-Occ11-Apr-1930a building laborer

Audricia? Lindley

F, #376992, b. Mar 1898
Audricia? Lindley|b. Mar 1898|p3770.htm#i376992|Thomas E. Lindley|b. Feb 1869|p3770.htm#i376989|Mary Voorheis|b. 15 Jun 1870|p3770.htm#i376988|Abram Lindley||p3770.htm#i376994|Sarah (Unknown)||p3770.htm#i376995|Henry A. Voorheis|b. 14 Nov 1826\nd. 21 May 1914|p3769.htm#i376801|Eliza A. Cox|b. 12 Mar 1833\nd. 30 Jun 1918|p3769.htm#i376802|

Relationship=8th cousin 1 time removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=8th great-granddaughter of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Audricia? Lindley was born in Mar-1898 at Illinois. She was the daughter of Thomas E. Lindley and Mary Voorheis.

Blanch Lindley

F, #376993, b. May 1899
Blanch Lindley|b. May 1899|p3770.htm#i376993|Thomas E. Lindley|b. Feb 1869|p3770.htm#i376989|Mary Voorheis|b. 15 Jun 1870|p3770.htm#i376988|Abram Lindley||p3770.htm#i376994|Sarah (Unknown)||p3770.htm#i376995|Henry A. Voorheis|b. 14 Nov 1826\nd. 21 May 1914|p3769.htm#i376801|Eliza A. Cox|b. 12 Mar 1833\nd. 30 Jun 1918|p3769.htm#i376802|

Relationship=8th cousin 1 time removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=8th great-granddaughter of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Blanch Lindley was born in May-1899 at Illinois. She was the daughter of Thomas E. Lindley and Mary Voorheis.

Abram Lindley

M, #376994
     Abram married Sarah (Unknown).

Child of Abram Lindley and Sarah (Unknown)

Sarah (Unknown)

F, #376995
     Sarah married Abram Lindley.

Child of Sarah (Unknown) and Abram Lindley

Priscilla Ellen Coffin

F, #376996, b. 1831
      Priscilla Ellen Coffin was born in 1831. Priscilla married William Pierson Musgrave, son of Nathan Musgrave and Mary Cox, Oct. 8th, 1849 at Washington County, Indiana.

Flora Freeman Musgrave

F, #376997, b. circa 1868, d. 16 Aug 1868
Flora Freeman Musgrave|b. circa 1868\nd. 16 Aug 1868|p3770.htm#i376997|William Pierson Musgrave|b. 12 Nov 1828\nd. 1 Mar 1915|p3770.htm#i376943|Catherine Jemima Voorheis|b. 27 Dec 1841\nd. 26 Jan 1896|p3770.htm#i376942|Nathan Musgrave||p3770.htm#i376944|Mary Cox||p3770.htm#i376945|Mahlon Voorheis|b. 29 Mar 1797\nd. 6 Feb 1848|p2748.htm#i274787|Elizabeth Tuttle|b. 29 Jul 1804\nd. 19 Oct 1843|p2748.htm#i274788|

Relationship=7th cousin 2 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=7th great-granddaughter of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Flora Freeman Musgrave was born circa 1868. She was the daughter of William Pierson Musgrave and Catherine Jemima Voorheis. Flora Freeman Musgrave died on 16-Aug-1868.

Charles Prevo

M, #376998
     Charles married Mary Emily Musgrave, daughter of William Pierson Musgrave and Catherine Jemima Voorheis, on 26-Dec-1894 at Cook County, Illinois.

Mahlon Henry Musgrave

M, #376999, b. 6 Jan 1874
Mahlon Henry Musgrave|b. 6 Jan 1874|p3770.htm#i376999|William Pierson Musgrave|b. 12 Nov 1828\nd. 1 Mar 1915|p3770.htm#i376943|Catherine Jemima Voorheis|b. 27 Dec 1841\nd. 26 Jan 1896|p3770.htm#i376942|Nathan Musgrave||p3770.htm#i376944|Mary Cox||p3770.htm#i376945|Mahlon Voorheis|b. 29 Mar 1797\nd. 6 Feb 1848|p2748.htm#i274787|Elizabeth Tuttle|b. 29 Jul 1804\nd. 19 Oct 1843|p2748.htm#i274788|

Relationship=7th cousin 2 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=7th great-grandson of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Mahlon Henry Musgrave was born on 6-Jan-1874. He was the son of William Pierson Musgrave and Catherine Jemima Voorheis. Mahlon married Leona Lorne circa 1900.
     
Census16-Apr-1910Hutsonville, Crawford County, Illinois

Child of Mahlon Henry Musgrave and Leona Lorne

Leona Lorne

F, #377000, b. circa 1875
      Leona Lorne was born circa 1875 at Illinois. Leona married Mahlon Henry Musgrave, son of William Pierson Musgrave and Catherine Jemima Voorheis, circa 1900.
Census16-Apr-1910Hutsonville, Crawford County, Illinois

Child of Leona Lorne and Mahlon Henry Musgrave

Close