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Descendants of Philpot John Sutton

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163. Grace E. Henry (William Birchmore Henry , Elizabeth {Rebecca} Sutton , Daniel , Philpot John ) was born on 23 Aug 1877 in Morristown, Rice Co., MN. She died 1 on 17 Sep 1937 in Morristown, Rice Co., MN.

1. Found in the 1880 U.S Census Minnesota, Rice Co., Morristown, ed 141, district 2, p. 9, age 2

2. Found in the 1885 Minnesota state census, Rice Co., Morristown, p. 10, age 7, with W. B. 33, Elizabeth 23, Laura 5, Bessie 1.

3. Found in the 1895 Minnesota state census, Rice Co., Morristown, p. 15, sched 4, age 17, at the home of John W. and Elizabeth Molm and next 2 house; Family: Aaron Kisor (62); Family: Elizabeth Henry (76), Dean 39, Laura 15, Bessie 11

4. Found in the 1900 U.S Census Minnesota, Rice Co., Morristown, district 3, p. sheet# 4, age 22, 2 of 2 children.

5. Found in the 1905 Minnesota State Census, Rice Co., Morristown, dis 11, sheet 3, Second street West, age 27, with John 44, Pearl E. 7, Ruby E. 5.

6. Found in the 1910 U.S Census Minnesota, St. Croix Co., Springfield Twp, dis 206, sheet 5A, age 32, 2 of 2 children.

7. Found in the 1920 U.S Census Minnesota, Rice Co., Morristown, district 124, sheet# 7A, age 42

8. Found in the 1930 U.S Census Minnesota, Rice Co., Morristown, district 18, sheet# 5A, age 52

9. Found in the 1936 Morristown, MN., city directory.

10. Obit: MRS. JOHN E. HESHEY, 60, DIED FRIDAY; RITES HELD HERE SUNDAY AFTERNOON. Funeral services for Mrs. John E. Hershey, whose death occurred at the St. Lucas hospital at Faribault early Friday morning, were held from the home Sunday afternoon at 2 oclock and the Baptist church at 2:30. Rev. F. W. Weniger assisted by Rev. M. L. Reynolds of West Concord conducted the services ami interment was made in Riverside cemetery. Grace Henry was born in Morristown August 23, 1877. She was a daughter of William and Elizabeth Henry and one of Morristowns most beloved residents. She was united in marriage to John E. Hershey Oct. 21, 1896, and they have since made their home in Morristown. Besides her husband Mrs. Hershey is survived by her father, William Henry of Erhard, Minnesota, two sisters, Mrs. L. E. Temple of Morristown, Mrs. Paul Flake of Bemidji, three grandchildren, Stuart, Lynn and Wanda Temple and a host of other relatives and friends. Two daughters, Pearl Hershey Temple and Ruby Hershey Temple preceded her in death a number of years ago. Mrs. Hershey was a faithful member of the Baptist church. She was an untiring worker and no matter how hard her burden she always was cheerful. She will be greatly missed by a large circle of friends and neighbors. (1937)

Grace married 1 John E. Hershey on 21 Oct 1896 in Morristown, Rice Co., MN. John was born 2 on 19 May 1861 in Morristown, Rice Co., MN. He died 3 on 8 May 1952 in Morristown, Rice Co., MN.

1. Son of Benjamin Hershey, from Canada and Elizabeth Rachel Gilhousen, from PA.
- In the death on January 15th of Mrs. Benjamin Hershey, Morristown lost one of her pioneer citizens. She was a true Christian woman, highly respected by all, in her more active days giving of her time and strength and means to her neighbors whenever they were needed. Elizabeth Rachel Gilhousen was born in Jefferson county, Pennsylvania, May 13th, 1840. In 1853 she came with her parents to St. Paul, where her father was employed by Governor Ramsey. In 1855 the family moved to Warsaw, where they were among the very earliest settlers. Mrs. Hershey had the faculty of relating stories of this pioneer period in a most interesting way. She was married August 2, 1857, to Benjamin Hershey, one of the earliest settlers of Morristown, who preceded her in death six years ago. They made their home on a farm northwest of Morristown for many years, moving to the village in 1892. Mrs. Hershey is survived by two sons, William H. and John E., of Morristown; two brothers, James and William Gilhousen, the former of Stewart, Minnesota and the latter a resident of the state of Washington; two sisters, Mrs. Ellen Dawes of Warsaw and Mrs. Melissa Horner of Deer Creek; and by five grandchildren and thirteen great-grandchildren. Services were held at the home on Saturday afternoon, conducted by Rev. M. L. Reynolds, with interment at Riverside cemetery. (Jan. 1925)
- Benjamin Hershey, one of our old and respected citizens, passed away Saturday, April 12. (April 1919)

2. Found in the 1865 Minnesota state census, Rice Co., Morristown, family 154, with parents Benjamin and Elizabeth R. Hershey.

3. Found in the 1870 U.S Census Minnesota, Rice Co., Morristown, p. 2, (T132, roll 9, p. 434) age 10

4. Found in the 1875 Minnesota state census, Rice Co., Forest, p. 333, family 159, age 14, with parents; Benjamin and Elizabeth Hershey.

5. Found in the 1880 U.S Census Minnesota, Rice Co., Morristown, district 141, p. 29, age 19, with parents Benjamin (45) and Rachel E. (40)

6. Found in the 1885 Minnesota state census, Rice Co., Morristown, p. 11, sched 2, age 24, with parents; Benjamin and Elizabeth R. Hershey.

7. Found in the 1895 Minnesota state census, Rice Co., Morristown, p. 10, sched 3, age 33, lives alone.

8. Found in the Rice County Farmers Directory; 1895, section 9 Morristown; Hershey, John E.

9. Found in the 1900 U.S Census Minnesota, Rice Co., Morristown, T623, Roll 788, p. 133, district 3, p. sheet# 4, age 39, owns home.

10. Found in the 1903 Faribault, MN city directory; Painter, Fink Bros, 5th St. 2 W of Central.

11. Found in the 1905 Minnesota state census, Rice Co., Morristown, dis 11, sheet 3, Second street West, age 44, with Grace 27, Pearl E. 7, Ruby E. 5.

12. Found in the 1910 U.S Census Minnesota, St. Croix Co., Springfield Twp, dis 206, sheet 5A, age 48, owns home.

13. John Hershey and daughters, Ruby and Pearl, of Wilson, Wis., are visiting relatives and friends in this village. (The Faribault Journal, Dec. 14, 1910)

14. Found in the 1920 U.S Census Minnesota, Rice Co., Morristown, district 124, sheet# 7A, owns home, age 58

15. Found in the 1929 Morristown, MN city directory; Janitor, Morristown Public School.

16. Found in the 1930 U.S Census Minnesota, Rice Co., Morristown, district 18, sheet# 5A, owns home, age 68

17. Found in the 1936, 1939, 1945, 1948 Morristown, MN city directory, Janitor, Morristown Public School.

18. Found in the 1940 U.S Census Minnesota(9 Apr '40), Rice Co., Morristown, ed 66-19, sheet 2A, age 80, Widow, b. Minn, owns 250$, ED; 7, with grandson Stuart Temple(21)

19. Found in the 1945, 1948 Morristown, MN city directory, Janitor, Morristown Public School.

20. Obit: Services for John E. Hershey were held in the First Baptist church, Morristown on Saturday, May 10. Mr. Hershey, long time resident of the Morristown community, had for several years made his home in Minneapolis, where he died in the Victory Memorial Hospital. The Rev. John Polson officiated at the service, and burial was in the Morristown Cemetery. John E. Hershey was born on May 19, 1861, the son of Benjamin and Rachel Hershey, and spent most of his boyhood and early adult years in the Morristown community. In 1896, he was united in marriage to Grace Henry, who passed away in September 1937. Two daughters, Pearl and Ruby, also preceded him in death. He is survived by three grandchildren, Lynn Temple, of San Francisco, California, Stewart Temple, of Minneapolis, and Mrs. Wanda Range, also of Minneapolis. (Faribault Daily News, May 13, 1952)

They had the following children:

+ 365 F i Pearl Elizabeth Hershey
+ 366 F ii Ruby Ester Hershey

164. Laura A. Henry (William Birchmore Henry , Elizabeth {Rebecca} Sutton , Daniel , Philpot John ) was born 1 on 4 Feb 1880 in Morristown, Rice Co., MN. She died 2 on 15 Sep 1971 in Watertown, Codington Co., SD.

1. Found in the 1880 U.S Census Minnesota, Rice Co., Morristown, ed 141, district 2, p. 9, age 4/12

2. Found in the 1885 Minnesota State Census, Rice Co., Morristown, p. 10, age 5, with W. B. 33, Elizabeth 23, Grace 7, Bessie 1.

3. Found in the 1895 Minnesota State Census, Rice Co., Morristown, p. 15, sched 4, age 15, with Elizabeth 76, Dean 39, Bessie 11.

4. Found in the 1900 U.S Census Minnesota, Rice Co., Morristown, district 3, sheet# 17, age 20, 0 of 1 child

5. Found in the 1905 Minnesota State Census, Rice Co., Morristown, dis-11, sheet 21, age 25, with Lewis E. 37, Lyle E. 13, Ray A. 11, Gladys E. 2. Reports she's been in the state for 25 yrs. 3 mo.

6. Found in the 1910 U.S Census Minnesota, Rice Co., Morristown, district 3, sheet# 1B, age ??, 2 of 5 children

7. Found in the 1920 U.S Census Minnesota, Rice Co., Morristown, T625, Roll 856, p. 187, district 3, sheet# 13A, 1st Ave East, owns home,age 39

8. Found in the 1930 U.S Census Minnesota, Rice Co., Morristown, district 18, sheet# 2B, owns home, age 50

9. Found in the 1940 U.S Census Minnesota(22 Apr '40), Rice Co., Morristown, ED 66-18, sheet 8B, age 60, b. Minn, ED; 8, owns; 750$, with husband Louis(72) daughter Phyllis Schol(20) Henry Schol(21) and grand daughter Doris Temple(8)

10. Obit: Funeral services for Mrs. L. E. (Laura) Temple, 91, of Morristown, were held Saturday, Sept. 18, at the First Baptist church with the Rev. Ernest Lindahl officiating. Interment took place in the Morristown Cemetery. Mrs. Howard Timm, Mrs. Noram Witte and Mrs. James Buscho sang, accompanied by Mrs. Lowell Paul. Pallbearers were Robert and Allan Borne of Minneapolis, Charles Hubbard of St. Paul, Frederick Hubbard of Tulsa, Okla., Robert Temple of St. Paul, and Wesley Kisor of Morristown. Laura Henry was born Feb. 4, 1880, in Morristown, the daughter of William and Elizabeth Henry. She attended the Morristown Public School, and on July 11, 1897, married Lewis Temple. They farmed near Morristown for a time. She was the oldest and life long member of the First Baptist Church, and a member of the women's missionary circle of the Church. She passed away on Sept. 15 at the Jenkens Methodist Home in Watertown, S.D., after a long illness. Mrs. Temple is survived by four daughters, Mrs. Gilbert (Gladys) Kisor of Morristown, Mrs. Fred (Mable) Hubbard of Watertown, S.D., Mrs. David (Ruth) Adeney of Singapore, Mrs. L. E. (Maude) Borne of Minneapolis; one son, Ray Temple of Hill City; 32 grandchildren; and one sister, Mrs. Bessie Flake of Bemidji. She was preceded in death by her husband; one son, Lyle; one daughter, Phyllis; and four infants. Relatives and friends from Hill City, Minneapolis, Marshall, Faribault, St. Paul, Grand Marais, Glencoe, Watertown, S.D.; and Tulsa, Okla., attended the funeral. (Faribault Daily News, Sept., 29 1971)


Notes:
1. "My maternal Grandmother. She was quite a women. All I really knew about her background is that she was born Henry and that the family was poor. She first took care of my Grandfather's first children after his first wife died in childbirth (I think) and then they had quite a family of their own." (J.A, grandchild)

2. Laura accepted Lewis' previous children; Ray, Lyle and Maude as if they were her own. (J. A, grandchild)

Laura married 1 Lewis Eddy Temple on 11 Jul 1897 in Morristown, Rice Co., Minneosota. Lewis was born on 8 Jan 1868 in Mason City, Mason Co., IL. He died 2 on 18 Oct 1963 in Faribault, Rice Co., MN.

1. Son of Jonathan Peterson Temple and Rhoda Diantha Osborn. (Lewis is the brother of Cecil W. Temple)
- Honorable J. P. Temple died at his home in Morristown last Saturday, night, Dec. 7, at about 10:30 o'clock. He had been in poor health for some months and his family entertained no great hopes for his complete receovery. Mr. Temple settled in Minnesota in 1869 and located near Morristown following the occupation of farming, later moving to town and engaging in business in buying wheat. Spouse of the deceased is Diantha Osborne Temple. Parents of the deceased were Jacob and Lucy Eddy Temple. (1912)

- Diantha Osborn was born at Danville, N. Y., October 22, 1835, died at Morristown, Minn., July 6, 1925, at the age of 89 years, eight months and 14 days. She was married to Jonathan P. Temple at Mason City,Ill., January 1, 1861. They came to Morristown in 1868, where they had since resided. Mr. Temple passed away December 7, 1912. Eight children were born to them, of whom six survive: Mrs. ida A. Youells and Lewis E. Temple, of Morristown; Erwin O., of Faribault, Vernon D., of Arcadia, Calif.; Mrs. Gertrude Davis, of Fergus Falls, Minn., and Cecil W., of Minneapolis. Arthur J. died at Spokane, Wash., in April, 1908, and Rollin C. died at Santa Anna, Calif., in December, 1896. Mrs. Temple is survived also by twenty-five grandchildren and fourteen great-grandchildren; also a half-sister, Mrs. Hattie Merritt, of Mason City, Ill. Mrs. Temple has been a faithful and consistent member of the Baptist church for seventy years and retained an active interest in all religious affairs through life. She will be sadly missed by a large circle of friends and relatives. It can truly be said of her that "Her children and grandchildren rise up and call her blessed." Funeral services were held from the residence and Baptist church on Friday afternoon, July 10. Rev. M. L. Reynolds, pastor of the Baptist church, conducting the services. Interment was at the family lot in Riverside cemetery.(1925)

2. Jonathan Peterson Temple, a retired farmer of Morristown, Minn., is a native of St. Lawrence county, New York, and is the second of a family of six children born to Jacob and Lucy (Eddy) Temple. The father, who was a homeopathic physician, was born at Heath, Mass., March 6, 1812. He married December 31, 1834, his wife being a daughter of Leonard and Phoebe Eddy, of Coloraine, Mass. Dr. Temple went to St. Lawrence county, New York, in 1835 and practiced farming there till 1854, when he moved with his family to Mason City, Ill. Eleven years later he settled in Morristown, Minn., where he practiced medicine, and there died, February 16, 1884. Both Dr. Temple and his wife were active members of the Baptist denomination, she uniting with the church in 1831, at Coloraine, and his membership extending over a period of more than fifty years; and in the churches of the different places where he lived he served in the various offices of clerk, trustee, deacon, etc. The mother died January 30, 1891, and her body rests beside that of her husband, in the Morristown cemetery. Dr. Temple was a member of the Masonic order. Of their six children, the eldest, David A., was born June 10, 1836, and died at Morristown. The third child, Phoebe Olive, was born September 12, 1841, and on January 1, 1861, was mar- ried to Sterling R. Hess, and lives in Mason City, Ill.; Lucy Belinda, born December 19, 1844, was married December 30, 1863, to Elisha O. Hess, and lives at Mason City, Ill.; Marshall Allen, born November 14, 1846, in Rice county, Minnesota, lives in Dundas, and Judson C., the youngest, born October 12, 1850, is employed as accountant with the Duluth and Iron Range Railroad Company. Our subject acquired his education in his native place, and at Mason City, whither the family removed in 1854. In 1862 he enlisted in Company C, Eighty-fifth Regiment, Illinois Volunteer Infantry, and served till the close of the Civil War. On his return home he engaged in farming. In the spring of 1869 Mr. Temple moved from Mason City to Rice county, Minnesota, settling on a farm he purchased, in the northwest corner of Morristown township, but two years later he bought a store and moved into the village of Morristown, and for twelve years was engaged in clerking. During that time the village received its first charter, and Mr. Temple was chairman of the council, after which he resumed farming, and continued it until his removal to the village in the fall of 1891. He then had charge of the elevator for seven years, and was postmaster for five years. Mr. Temple has always been more or less active in public affairs and has served in numerous official positions. He has been chairman of the township board, also served as clerk, assessor and school treasurer, and in 1906 was president of the village council, having held this office several times previously. In 1888 he was elected to the state legislature and served one term. In religious faith he is affiliated with the Baptist denomination and has served in the various church offices of trustee, clerk, etc. On January 1, 1861, Mr. Temple married Diantha Osborn, who was born in Steuben county, New York, in 1835. They have had a family of eight children, of whom Ida, the eldest, born September 27, 1861, is married to Lewis Youells; Arthur, born April 15, 1866, died in Washington, D. C.; Lewis, born January 8, 1868, lives on the home farm; Irwin Osborn was born October 7, 1869; Rollin, born November 16, 1871, died in California, December 22, 1896; Vernon, born August 15, 1878, lives on the family homestead; Gertrude, born January 15, 1878, is married to William Davis, and lives at Fergus Falls; and Cecil, the youngest, born August 7, 1881, is a farmer in Morristown township. (HISTORY OF RICE & STEELE COUNTIES VOL I & II 1910)

3. Found in the 1870 U.S Census Minnesota, Rice Co., Morristown, p. 17,(429), at home with parents Jonithan P. and Diantha O. Temple, age 2

4. Found in the 1875 Minnesota state census, Rice Co., Forest, age 7, at home with parents; J. P. and D. O. Temple.

5. Found in the 1880 U.S Census Minnesota, Rice Co., Morristown, age 12 (Louis A. Temple)

6. Found in the 1885 Minnesota state census, Rice Co., Morristown, p. 22, age 17, with parents John P. and Dianthy.

7. Found in the 1895 Minnesota state census, Rice Co., Morristown, p. 36, sched 7, Louis E. 27, Ada E. 25, Leslie E. 3, Arthur Ray 2.

8. Found in the Rice County Farmers Directory section 21 1895 Morristown; Temple, Louis E.
9. Found in the 1900 U.S Census Minnesota, Rice Co., Morristown, district 3, sheet# 17

10. A TERRIBLE CATASTROPHE
A Village in Minnesota is Struck by a Cyclone and Numbers Killed and Injured.
Faribault, Minn., Sept. 24 - Meager details have just reached here of a terrible catastrophe which visited the village of Morristown, ten miles west of here, shortly before 6 o'clock this evening. The village was struck by a cyclone and a barn was raised in the air and dropped directly on top of Paul Gatzke's saloon, where sixteen persons had taken refuge from the storm. The saloon collapesed and all occupants were buried in the debris. ... After leaving the saloon the storm crossed the street and destroyed the barn of J. P. Temple and took the roof from the barn of W. M. Bigoli. ... (The Dallas Morning News, Dallas, TX 25 Sept 1900)

11. At the annual meeting of the Morristown Creamery association held last Thursday J. J. Miller and L. E. Temple were elected directors to succeed C. H. Purinton and J. P. Temple, whose terms expired. (The Faribault Journal, Feb. 26, 1904)

12. Found in the 1905 Minnesota state census, Rice Co., Morristown, dis-11, sheet 21, age 37, with Laura 25, Lyle E. 13, Ray A. 11, Gladys E. 2. Famer. Reports he's been in the state for 36 yrs. 2 mo.

13. Found in the Rice County Farmers Directory section 21 1907 Morristown; Temple, Lewis E.

14. Found in the 1910 U.S Census Minnesota, Rice Co., Morristown, district 3, sheet# 1B

15. Found in the 1920 U.S Census Minnesota, Rice Co., Morristown, T625, Roll 856, p. 187, district 3, sheet# 12B, 1st Ave East, owns home, age 52.

16. Found in the 1930 U.S Census Minnesota, Rice Co., Morristown, district 18, sheet# 2B, owns home, age 62

17. Found in the 1939 Faribault, MN. city directory; Temple Lewis E f 29 Morristown 80 $1573 Morristown 1 (p. 444)

18. Found in the 1940 U.S Census Minnesota (22 Apr '40), Rice Co., Morristown, ed 66-18, sheet 8B, age 72, b. Illinois, ED; 8, owns; 750$, with wife Laura(60) daughter Phyllis Schol(20) Henry Schol(21) and grand daughter Doris Temple(8)

19. Obit: MORRISTOWN (Special) -- Funeral services were held for Lewis E. Temple Monday, Oct. 21, at the Baptist Church at Morristown, with the Rev. Raymond Dell officiating. He was assisted by a grandson of the deceased, Wilfred E. Borne, who is pastor of the Foster Park Baptist Church at Chicago. Pallbearers were six grandsons, Wesley Kisor, Robert Borne, Allan Borne, Lynn Temple, Robert Temple and Charles Hubbard. Interment was in the Morristown Cemetery. Lewis E. Temple was born Jan. 8, 1868, to Jonathan P. and Diantha A. Temple at Mason City, Ill. When he was one year old, he came with his parents to Morristown, where he had since resided. He was a farmer until his retirement in 1945. On March 4, 1891, he was married to Addie Birdsall, who died in August, 1895. To this union, three children were born, Lyle E. Temple of rural Faribault, Ray A. Temple of Hill City and Mrs. L. E. (Maude) Borne of Anaheim, Calif. On July 11, 1897, he was married to Laura Henry. To this union eight children were born, Mrs. Gilbert C. (Gladys) Kisor of Morristown, Mrs. Fred C. (Mabel) Hubbard of Arlington, S.D., Mrs. David C. (Ruth) Adeney of Hong Kong, Mrs. Henry (Phyllis) Schol, who passed away in 1952, and Emory, Clinton, Everett and Elizabeth, who all passed away in infancy. He was also preceded in death by his parents, five brothers and one sister. He is survived by his widow; six children; one sister, Mrs. W. A. Davis of Fergus Falls; 32 grandchildren; 72 great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild. He conducted Sunday school in the Northrup Schoolhouse and was a member of the school board for a number of years. He was a member of the Baptist Church and served as Sunday school superintendant and Deacon for many years. Mr. Temple died Friday, Oct. 18. He was 95 years of age at the time of his death. Relatives that attended the funeral services were Mrs. W. A. Davis; Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Green of Fergus Falls; Mr. and Mrs. E. Range and son of Glascow, Mont.; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Temple of HIll City; Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Borne of Chicago, Ill; Lynn Temple of San Francisco, Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Borne; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Temple of St. Paul; Mr. and Mrs. Allan Borne and family, Mrs. Wesley Ulrich, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Nelson and Mrs. Francis Wilson of Minneapolis; Mr. and Mrs. John Howe of Glencoe; Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Roberts of Grand Marais and others from Waseca, Faribault, Northfield and Morristown. (Faribault Daily News, Oct. 24, 1963)


Notes:
1. Lewis had three children with his first wife, Addie Birdsall, Lyle, Ray and Maude.
2. Temple, Levi Daniel. Some Temple Pedigrees, A Genealogy of the Known Descendants of Abraham Temple who settled in Salem, Mass. in 1636. David Clapp & Son, Boston, MA, 1900, p. 154
2. "My Grandfather was originally a quite well off farmer who lost his 2 farms in the depression." (J.A, grandchild)

They had the following children:

  367 M i Clinton Iven Temple was born 1 on 8 Feb 1900 in Morristown, Rice Co., MN. He died 2 on 27 Feb 1900 in Morristown, Rice Co., MN.

1. Mother, Laura reports 0 of 1 children in 1900 census.
  368 M ii Emery Jonathan Temple was born 1 on 24 Jan 1901 in Morristown, Rice Co., MN. He died 2, 3 on 27 Mar 1901 in Morristown, Rice Co., MN. The cause of death was cold or grippe.

1. Morristown
We are informed of the arrival of a baby boy at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Temple. (The Faribault Journal, Feb. 6, 1901)


Notes:
1. Mother, Laura reports 2 of 5 children in 1910 census, Emery probably died young.
+ 369 F iii Gladys Evaline Temple
  370 M iv Everett Stanley Temple was born 1 on 13 May 1906 in Morristown, Rice Co., MN. He died 2 on 27 May 1907 in Morristown, Rice Co., MN. The cause of death was pneumonia.

1. Mother, Laura reports 2 of 5 children in 1910 census, Everett probably died young.


Notes:
1. MHS death index: (??)
LUNKLE, EVERETT S. Date of Birth: <1906 > Place of Birth: MN Mother Maiden Name: HENRY
certid# 1907-54-2798 Date of Death: 27 May 1907 County of Death: RICE
  371 F v Mabel Gertrude Temple was born 1 on 17 Mar 1908 in Morristown, Rice Co., MN. She died on 17 Apr 1992 in Watertown, Codington Co., S.D..

1. Morristown
Born, Tuesday, March 17th, to Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Temple, a daughter. (The Faribault Journal, March 25, 1908)

2. Found in the 1910 U.S Census Minnesota, Rice Co., Morristown, district 3, sheet# 1B

3. Found in the 1920 U.S Census Minnesota, Rice Co., Morristown, T625, Roll 856, p. 187, district 3, sheet# 13A, 1st Ave East, age 11.

4. Found in the 1930 U.S Census Minnesota, Rice Co., Warsaw, district 27, sheet# 6B, rents, age 27

5. 1931: Moved to Colman, South Dakota.

6. Found in the 1940 U.S Census South Dakota, Moody Co., Colman, (5 Apr '40), ED 51-4, sheet 3A, owns $1500, age 32, b. Minn, ed; H-2, with husband Fred C. (36) and children Charles W. (14), Frederick L. (12), Helen M. (7) and niece Wanda F. Temple (15).

7. 1988, attended her sister Ruth's and David Adeney's 50th wedding anniversary.

8. Obit: Mabel Hubbard
WATERTOWN - Mabel G. Hubbard, 84, Watertown, died Friday, April 17, 1992, in her home. Mabel Temple was born March 17, 1908, in Morristown, minn. She married Fred C. Hubbard Sept. 5, 1926, near Morristown. They moved to a farm near Colman in 1931. In 1947 they moved to the Lake Poinsett Methodist Camp where her husband served as the camp superintendent for more than 19 years. They moved to Huron in October 1966. In 1967 they moved to Watertown. They retired July 1, 1974. She served as the director of the kitchen and dining room at Lake Poinsett Methodist Camp and Jenkins Methodist Home in Watertown. She was a member of First United Methodist Church, and on the conference level. She was lifetime member of united Methodist Women where she served as a member and officer. She served as president of South Dakota Northern District Union Methodist Women for four years, and as UMW's conference secretary for four years. Survivors include her husband; a son, Charles, St. Paul, Minn.; a daughter, Helen Carlton, St. Paul; 12 grandchildren; 13 great-grandchildren; and two sisters; Mrs. David (Ruth) Adeney, Berkley, Calif.; and Mrs. Gladys Kisor, Faribault, Minn. Services will begin at 2 p.m. Monday in First United Methodist Church, Watertown with private burial in Arlington City Cemetery. Visitation will be 2 to 5 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. today in Shaw-Messer Chapel, Watertown. (Argus-leader, April 19, 1992, p. 19)
        Mabel married Frederick Carlton Hubbard on 5 Sep 1926 in Morristown, Rice Co., MN. Frederick was born 1 on 7 Nov 1903 in Warsaw, Rice Co., MN. He died on 5 Jan 2007 in Urbana, Champaign Co., OH.

1. Son of Frederick Willis Hubbard and Charlotte Roberts Hubbard of Warsaw.
-MORRISTOWN -- Funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon for Fred W. Hubbard, 91, who had passed away at his home in Morristown Monday, September 13. Dr. A. W. Nuetzman, Rice county coroner, reported that Mr. Hubbard had taken his own life. The services were held in his home, with the Rev. K. O. Brudevold, pastor of the Methodist church officiating. Interment was in the Riverside cemetery in Medford, with Henry Draper, Lawrence Weinberger, Herbert Hein, Lyle Thielbar, Lloyd Eisert, and Gerald Domonoske acting as pallbearers. Fred W. Hubbard, son of Abijah and Maria Hubbard was born January 22, 1857 in Fond du Lac county, Wisconsin. His young childhood was spent in the vicinity of Faribault and Medford. At the age of seven he moved with his parents to Tennessee, where he lived eight years, returnig to Faribault. He was widely known as a livestock buyer in Faribault, Waterville, Morristown and Kilkenny communities. In June 1897 he was united in marriage to Charlotte F. Roberts of Waterville. In 1900 they moved to Warsaw where he farmed for 42 years. September 15, 1942 he moved to Morristown where he lived until his death, September 13. Surviving are his wife, one, daughter (Ruth), Mrs. Hall of Detroit, Michigan; two sons, Willis N. of Warsaw and Fred C., of Arlington, South Dakota. (Faribault Daily News, 1948)

2. Found in the 1905 Minnesota state census, Rice Co., Warsaw, sheet 8, RFD 9, age 1 6/12, at home with parents; Fred W. and Charlotte.

3. Found in the 1910 U.S Census Minnesota, Rice Co., Warsaw, dis 129, sheet 7A, age 7, at home with parents, Fred W. and Charlotte Hubbard.

4. Found in the 1920 U.S Census Minnesota, Rice Co., Warsaw, T625, Roll 856, p. 283, sheet 6A, age 17, at home with parents, Frank and Charlotte Hubbard.

5. Found in the 1930 U.S Census Minnesota, Rice Co., Warsaw, dis 27, sheet 6B, rents, age 26, has an adopted son, Charlie W., 4 yrs old.

6. 1931: Moved to Colman, South Dakota.

7. Found in the 1940 U.S Census South Dakota, Moody Co., Colman, (5 Apr '40), ED 51-4, sheet 3A, owns $1500, age 36, b. Minn, ed; 8, with wife Mabel G. (32) and children Charles W. (14), Frederick L. (12), Helen M. (7) and niece Wanda F. Temple (15).

8. WWII Draft Registration Card: Fred Carlton Hubbard, ser.# 17, residence: Colman, Moody, S. Dak, mailing address: same, age: 38, POB: Warsaw, Minnesota, DOB: Nov 7, 1903, Name and address of person who will always know your address: Mrs. Mable T. Hubbard, Colman, Employer: None, Place of employment: Colman, Moody, s. Dak, race: white, height: 5' 4 1/2", weight: 122, Eyes: Hazel, Hair: Brown, signed at Local Board, Flandreau, Moody County, South Dakota, Feb 16, 1942

9. 1988, attended her sister Ruth's and David Adeney's 50th wedding anniversary.

10. Fred Hubbard Fred C. Hubbard of Watertown will celebrate his 100th birthday with an open house from 2 to 5 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 8, at 200 S. Maple. His family will host the event. He requests no gifts. Greetings may be sent to 200 S. Maple, No. 401, Watertown, SD 57201. (Argus Leader, Nov. 2, 2003, Sec. Celebrations, p.10B)

11. Obit: Frederick C. Hubbard of Urbana, OH, formerly of Watertown, SD, died on Jan. 5, 2007, in OH at the age of 103. Memorial service will be 2:00 p.m. on Jan.13, 2007 at First United Methodist Church in Watertown. Interment will be at 10:30 a.m. Saturday prior to services in the Arlington Cemetery, Arlington, SD. Visitation will be from 4-8 p.m., January 12, 2007 at Wight, Comes & Sogn Funeral Chapel in Watertown. Memorials may be directed to Lake Poinsett Camp, Jenkins Living Center in Watertown, or The Methodist Church. Survivors are his son, Charles (Joyce) Hubbard; daughters, Helen Carlton and Irita Hubbard-Herschman. (Argus Leader (Sioux Falls, SD) - Jan. 11, 2007)

12. Obit: (Memorial) Frederick "Fred" C. Hubbard
Memorial services were held at 2:00 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 13, 2007 at the First United Methodist Church in Watertown, SD with Rev. Eric Grinager and Rev. Steve Foss officiating. Gene Doutt was the organist with Rev. Bob Wall as soloist. Blair Titze directed the Chancel Choir. Ushers were Mike Grann, Gerald Grotewold and Jerry Miller. Interment was at 10:30 a.m. Saturday, prior to services, at the Arlington Cemetery in Arlington, SD. Fred C. Hubbard, son of Frederick Willis Hubbard and Charlotte Roberts Hubbard, was born on November 7, 1903, at the Hubbard farm near Warsaw, Minnesota. He married Mabel Gertrude Temple at the Temple farm home near Morristown, Minnesota, on September 5, 1926. They adopted two sons, Charles Wesley Hubbard and Frederick Lewis Hubbard, and one daughter, Helen Maria Hubbard. The Hubbard family moved to a farm at Colman, South Dakota, in the spring of 1931, and resided there as owner and operator of Sunnyside Dairy. They also provided a home for several years for Bob Hutch and for Wanda Temple Range (a niece). In the summer of 1947, Fred and Mabel with Helen moved to the Lake Poinsett Methodist Camp, where Fred served as Camp Superintendent for over nineteen years. This new position involved both the building and the operation of the camp. The Chapel on the Hill was built and other facilities were enlarged and modernized during Fred's tenure. Fred and Mabel moved to Huron in October of 1966, where Fred was a fundraiser for the United Methodist Foundation of South Dakota. From May of 1967 until July 1974, Fred served as Administrator of the Jenkins Methodist Home in Watertown. Fred was a life-long member of the Methodist Church. He was active in the church in Warsaw, Minnesota, and later in the Colman, Arlington and Watertown First United Methodist Churches, as well as the Dakota Conference of the United Methodist Church and the world-wide mission of the Methodist Church. Fred joined the Kiwanis Club of Watertown in 1967 and served as Club Secretary, board member, and Distinguished Club President. He was elected Lt. Governor of Division 11 for the 1981-82 year, earning the title of Distinguished Lt. Governor. He served as District Membership Chairman and as District Chairman of Charter Two Program. He was involved in the organization of Golden K for retired business people, of the Key Club for high school students, and for the annual summer Camp Courage programs in the Watertown area. Fred was a Life Member of the District Educational Foundation, a Charter member of The Joseph E. Messer Fellowship and a Life Member of Kiwanis International. On January 13, 1992, he was awarded The Tablet of Honor which is the highest honor Kiwanis International bestows on any member. Fred was a Life Member of The Salvation Army and served on the Watertown board for over twenty years. Dakota Wesleyan University presented an Outstanding Citizen Award to Fred for providing an outstanding example of servant leadership and devotion to God. In 2002, Fred was inducted into the Dakotas United Methodist Youth Worker Hall of Fame for his service to the youth of the Dakotas Conference at Lake Poinsett Methodist Camp. Fred was preceded in death by his parents, his wife Mabel G. Hubbard; his son, Frederick; a sister, Ruth Hail; his brother, Willis N. Hubbard, and one grandchild, Christopher F. Romanowski. He is survived by a son*, two daughters**, eleven grandchildren, seventeen great grandchildren and four great-great grandchildren: *his son, Charles Wesley Hubbard and his wife, Joyce of Alma Wisconsin, with their two daughters Sandra Dykema and Roberta Erickson, four grandchildren Dawn Michaud Coffman, Sarah Michaud, Jennifer Jerde and Charlene Jerde Jedlicki, and three great grandchildren, Ashley Jedlicki, Jessica Jedlicki and Emma Rose Coffman; **his daughter through marriage Irita Hubbard-Herschman of Meridian Idaho, with her daughter Rebecca Sharratt and three sons Frederick Hubbard IV, Charles Francis Hubbard, and Gregory Herschman, seven grandchildren, Russell Sharratt, Megan Sharratt, John Paul Sharratt, Isabella Sharratt; Steven Lyons, Cory Lyons and Jordan Hubbard. **his daughter Helen M. Carlton of Urbana Ohio, with her four daughters Joy Thoma, Heidi Hammonds, Darilyn Franko, Y'Vonne Romanowski, and one son Robert Romanowski, six grandchildren, Bryce Thoma, Rylee Franko, Courtney Romanowski, Kacy Romanowski, Levi Romanowski and Joseph Berryman, and one great grandchild Vincent Palladini.
(Wight, Comes & Sogn, Funeral Chapel, 2007)
+ 372 F vi Ruth Winifred Temple
  373 F vii Elisabeth Temple was born 1 on 30 Sep 1914 in Morristown, Rice Co., MN. She died on 30 Sep 1914 in Morristown, Rice Co., MN.
+ 374 F viii Phyllis Angela Temple

165. Elizabeth "Bessie" Henry (William Birchmore Henry , Elizabeth {Rebecca} Sutton , Daniel , Philpot John ) was born 1 on 9 May 1883 in Morristown, Rice Co., MN. She died 2 on 27 Oct 1981 in Bemidji, Beltrami Co., MN.

1. Found in the 1885 Minnesota state census, Rice Co., Morristown, p. 10, age 1, with W. B. 33, Elizabeth 23, Grace 7, Laura 5.

2. Found in the 1895 Minnesota state census, Rice Co., Morristown, p. 15, sched 4, age 11, with Elizabeth 76, Dean 39, Laura 15.

3. Found in the 1900 U.S Census Minnesota, Rice Co., Morristown Twsp, district 3, sheet# 17, age 16. With the family of Lewis Temple and Laura (Henry)

4. Found in the 1905 Minnesota state census, Beltrami Co., Bemidji, sheet 15, age 21, with Paul Flake, 32.

5. 1906, at the time she was married, lived at Fergus Falls, MN.

6. Found in the 1910 U.S Census Wisconsin, Bayfield Co., Bayfield, district 29, sheet# 18A, age 36, 1 of 1 children.

7. Found in the 1920 U.S Census Minnesota, Beltrami Co., Bemidji wd-3, T625, Roll 822, p. 205, sheet 12A, 216 Thirteenth St., ("Phlake") age 35, owns home,

8. Found in the 1930 U.S Census New Jersey, Middlesex Co., Sayerville, district 108, sheet# 13B, age 46, with husband Paul (57) and children Henry (8) Norma (17) and her husband Frank Fournier (27)

9. Found in the 1937-38 Bemidji, MN city directory; Flake, Paul F (Bessie) carp h1209 Norton Av. (p. 83, Polk's Bemidji (Beltrami County Minn) City Directory)

10. Found in the 1939-40 Bemidji, MN city directory; Flake, Paul F (Bessie) carp h1209 Norton Av. (p. 65, Polk's Bemidji (Beltrami County Minn) City Directory)

11. Found in the 1940 U.S Census Minnesota, Beltrami Co., Bemidji, wd-3 (17 Apr '40) ED 4-5B, sheet 14A, 1209 Norton Av., owns $800, age 55, ed; 8, POB: Minn., with husband Paul F. (66) and son William Henry (17)

12. Found in the 1951 Bemidji, MN city directory; Flake, Paul F (Bessie) carp h1209 Norton Av. (p. 48, Polk's Bemidji (Beltrami County Minn) City Directory)

13. Found in the 1960 Bemidji, MN city directory; Flake, Paul F (Bessie) h1209 Norton Av. (p. 39, Polk's Bemidji (Beltrami County Minn) City Directory)

14. 1970; Mrs. Wm Stilwell and daughters, Lois and Rachel, returned over the weekend from a trip west. En route they visited the Rev. Mervin Stilwell family at Sauk Center; Ben Stilwell and family at Omaha, Neb., and Willmer Stilwell family at Farmington and spent sometime with the Carl Stilwell family at Ben Lomond, Calf. On their return they visited Mrs. Stilwell’s sister and husband, Mr. And Mrs. Frank Fournier at Aurora, Calf. Jim Stilwell who is employed at Ben Lomond, returned to Bemidji with them and he and Lois Stilwell left this week to return to Ben Lomond where Miss Stilwell will also be employed. Easter Sunday the Harry Stilwell family of Laporte and the Ray Stilwell family of Guthrie and Mrs. Stilwell’s mother, Mrs. Paul Flake of Bemidji were dinner guests at the W. Stilwell home. (Apr 2, 1970, Bemidji Daily Pioneer, p. 8)

15. "Mrs. Bessie Flake of Bemidji,who has been a resident at the Northern Pones Nursing Home at Blackduck for a few weeks, has been transferred to the Beltrami Nursing Home, 17th and Delton, Bemidji. (Jan. 13, 1971, Bemidji Daily Pioneer, p. 3)

16. 1974; Four Generations - photo -
At a holiday gathering of the Stilwell-Flake family, four generations were represented. Shown holding Melissa Lynn England is her grandmother, Mrs. Bill (Lila Flake) Stilwell, while the baby’s mother, Mrs. Merlin E. (Lois Stilwell) England of Morris looks on. Sitting next to the baby is her great-grandmother, Mrs. Paul (Bessie) Flake, who is a spry 89, and who is presently residing at the Beltrami nursing Home. A special feature of the generation group is that each lady is the eldest in her family. (The Pioneer, Jan. 16, 1974, p. 5)

17. Obit: BESSIE FLAKE, 97, Bemidji, died Tuesday at the Beltrami Nursing Home. Funeral Services will be Friday at 2 p.m. at the Olson-Schwartz Funeral Home with the Rev. Larry Forsberg officiating. Interment will be in Greenwood Cemetery. Visitation is at the funeral home after 3:30 p.m. today and Friday from 8:30 a.m. until the time of the services. Mrs. Flake was born May 9, 1884, at Morristown, Minn. to William and Elizabeth Henry. She grew up in Morristown and was married in Fergus Falls March 5, 1903, to Paul Flake. They came to bemidji in about 1904, and she has made her homer here since. She was an active member of the First Baptist Church in Bemidji, taught Sunday School and was a member of the Missionary Society. Surviving are two daughters, Lila Stilwell, Bemidji, and Norma Fournier, Amarillo Texas; a son, William H. Flake, Robbinsdale; 15 grandchildren; 69 great-grandchildren; and a great-great-grandchild. She was preceded in death by her husband, her parents and two sisters." (internet)(R. Noordmans)

Elizabeth married Paul Francis Flake son of Levi Louis Flake and Sarah A. Hopkins on 5 Mar 1903 in Fergus Falls, Otter Tail Co., MN. Paul was born 1, 2 on 26 Apr 1873 in E. Prairie, Rice Co., MN. He died 3 on 28 Mar 1961 in Fairview Rest Home, Bemidji, Beltrami Co., MN.

1. Son of Levi Flake and his second wife; Sarah Morris. Sarah died in 1875. Levi then married Rosa Eichler (Sutton).

2. His birth place, East Praire is that portion of Cannon City, which lies east of the Cannon River timber.

3. Found in the 1875 Minnesota state census, Rice Co., Richland, p. 474, b. MN, age 2, with Levi Flake, 56, Sara Flake, 48, Marvin Morris, 12, William Flake, 4.

4. Found in the 1880 U.S Census Minnesota, Murray Co., Holly, Film T9-0627, p. 1B, age 7, b. MN, at the home of George 44 b. NY and Martha 30 b. IN, Northrup.

5. Found in the 1885 Minnesota state census, Rice Co., Morristown, p. 9, sched 2, age 12, with George and Martha A. Northrup.

6. Found in the 1900 U.S Census Minnesota, Rice Co., Morristown, T623, Roll 788, p. 133, district 154, sheet# 4, age 27, at the home of Martha Northrup, widow, age 50

7. Found in the 1905 Minnesota state census, Beltrami Co., Bemidji, sheet 15, age 32, with Bessie, 21, Carpenter.

8. 1907, lived at Bemidji, MN at the time of his brother William's death.

9. Removed to Bayfield.
P. F. Flake, who for the past year has been in the employ of J. H. Crouch, and assisted in the placing of most of the cement walks in the City of Bemidji, left Saturday for Bayfield, Wis., where he will make his future home and go into the contracting of cement work at that place. A reception was given to Mr. and Mrs. Flake Friday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Crouch. The members of the Baptist church presented Mrs. Flake with a handsome set of silver knives and forks as a token of remembrance. Mr. Flake was presented with a beautiful trowel by the men who have associated with him in his work in this city. Mr. and Mrs. Flake came to Bemidji about four years ago and since coming here have won hosts of friends who wish them well in their new location. (The Pioneer, May 25, 1908, p. 1)

10. Found in the 1910 U.S Census Wisconsin, Bayfield Co., Bayfield, district 29, sheet# 18A, age 37

11. 1918: WWI Draft Registration Card: ser.# 392, Paul Francis Flake, residence; 1209 Norton Ave. Bemidji, Beltrami, MN., age 45, DOB: April 26, 1873, Employed as laborer, C.E Battles, Bemidji, Minn., nearest relative; Bessie E. Flake, height; tall, build; medium, eyes; blue, hair; DK, signed Sept. 12, 1918 at Bemidji, Beltrami Co., Minn.

12. Found in the 1920 U.S Census Minnesota, Beltrami Co., Bemidji wd-3, T625, Roll 822, p. 205, sheet 12A, 216 Thirteenth St., ("Phlake") age 46, owns home. The next home is that of his sister; William and Luella Kennedy.

13. F.R. Marrs, son Clayton and Paul Flake motored Saturday evening from near Kelliher, where they have been employed at carpenter work for the last three weeks, and Sundayed at their home in Bemidji, returning to Kelliher Sunday evening. (The Bemidji Daily Pioneer, July 3, 1922)

14. Found in the 1930 U.S Census New Jersey, Middlesex Co., Sayerville, district 108, sheet# 13B, rents, age 57, with wife Bessie (46) and children Henry (8) Norma (17) and her husband Frank Fournier (27)

15. Found in the 1937-38 Bemidji City Directory; Flake, Paul F (Bessie) carp h1209 Norton Av. (p. 83, Polk's Bemidji (Beltrami County Minn) City Directory)

16. Found in the 1939-40 Bemidji City Directory; Flake, Paul F (Bessie) carp h1209 Norton Av. (p. 65, Polk's Bemidji (Beltrami County Minn) City Directory)

17. Found in the 1940 U.S Census Minnesota, Beltrami Co., Bemidji, wd-3 (17 Apr '40) ED 4-5B, sheet 14A, 1209 Norton Av., owns $800, age 66, ed; 8, POB: Minn., with wife Bessie (55) and son William Henry (17)

18. Found in the 1951 Bemidji City Directory; Flake, Paul F (Bessie) carp h1209 Norton Av. (p. 48, Polk's Bemidji (Beltrami County Minn) City Directory)

19. Found in the 1960 Bemidji City Directory; Flake, Paul F (Bessie) h1209 Norton Av. (p. 39, Polk's Bemidji (Beltrami County Minn) City Directory)

20. Obit: "PAUL FRANCIS FLAKE"
Morristown (Special) Paul Francis Flake, 87, died Tuesday, March 28,at the Fairview Rest Home at Bemidji. Flake was born April 26, 1873, in EastPrairie, Minnesota. He resided in Morristown during his childhood and early manhood and attended the Morristown Public School. On March 5, 1903, he was united in marriage to Bessie Henry of Fergus Falls and they made their home in Bemidji. He was a member of theBaptist Church. He is survived by his widow; two daughters, Mrs. William Stilwell of Laporte, Minn. and Mrs Frank Fournier, Denver, Colo.; one son, Henry of Robbinsdale; 16 grandchildren and 13 great grandchildren. Funeral services were held April 3 and interment was in the Greenwood Cemetery in Bemidji. The Rev. E.E. Streblow officiated." (FAIRBULT DAILY NEWS, Faitbult, Minnesota, April 8, 1961)
(Rachel Noordmans) "According to the funeral book and my memory, Steve [Stilwell] sang for Grandpa's funeral, but I don't remember the songs."

21. File No. 6761 State of Minnesota County of Beltrami
IN PROBATE COURT Order
(or Hearing) on Petition to Determine Descent IN RE ESTATE OF P. F. Flake,
also known as Paul F. Flake. Decedent. Harry Stilwell, of Bemidji, Minnesota, having filed In thls Court a petition representing, among other things, that said decedent died Intestate more than five years prior to the filing thereof, leaving certain property In Beltrami County, Minnesota, and that no will of said decedent has been proved, nor administration of hls estate granted, In this State and praying that the descent of said property be determined and that it be assigned to the persons entitled thereto: IT IS ORDERED, That the hearing thereof be had on Tuesday, February 4th, 1989, at 10:00 o'clock A.M., before this Court, in the probate court room in the court house, In the City of Bemidji, Minnesota, and that notice hereof be given by publication of this order In the Bemidji Dally Pioneer, a legal newspaper, and by mailed notice as provided by law. Dated January Itti. INI. M. A. Reed Probate Judn Cann, Schmidt Weddel Attorneys for Petitioner Bemidji, Minnesota. (The Pioneer, Jan. 16, 1969, p. 10)


Family Note;
1. He was fostered or adopted by the NORTHRUP family - of the NORTHRUP/KING Seed Co., and ran away at the age of 13 or 14 to join the military.
2. Rachel N: Grandpa Paul Francis Flake was born April 26, 1873 and left an orphan at a young age. His father's name was William. That's all we know about his parents. Grandpa had a sister, Leulla Flake Kennedy and a brother Will who never married. I was told by Uncle Henry Flake (Mom's brother) that when his grandparents died, his father was raised by the Northrups - of the Northrup/King Seed Co. Being treated as not much more than a slave, Grandpa Flake ran away at about the age of 13 or 14 to join the militia--lying about his age to get in. He was in the military for a couple of years before his lie was discovered. Although he was then past legal age, to be in the service, he was kicked out. While walking somewhere with Mom in Bemidji one day, she noticed the name Crouch carved into the sidewalk. She informed me that her dad had worked for Mr. Crouch years ago. Uncle Henry said his father never learned to drive a car. Only horses. I was surprised at this, as Grandma Flake drove well beyond the safety of those around her. I don't have many memories of Grandpa Flake. At family gatherings at this house, he mostly sat in his rocking chair by the window in the livingroom. From Uncle Henry I learned that he was hard of hearing. Perhaps that is why he seldom entered the conversation.

They had the following children:

+ 375 F i Lila Mabel Flake
+ 376 F ii Norma Josephine Flake
+ 377 M iii William "Bill" Henry Flake

166. Stella Effa Dean (Rosa Orpha Henry , Elizabeth {Rebecca} Sutton , Daniel , Philpot John ) was born 1 on 11 Apr 1879 in Morristown, Rice Co., MN. She died 2 on 10 Oct 1941 in Morristown, Rice Co., MN.

1. Found in the 1880 U.S Census Minnesota, Rice Co., Morristown Village, district 141, p. 29, age 1

2. Found in the 1885 Minnesota State Census, Rice Co., Morristown, p. 25, age 6, with Wm. 31, Rosa O. 27, John 5, Walter 2, Mabel 7/12.

3. Found in the 1895 Minnesota State Census, Rice Co., Morristown, p. 17, sched 4, William H., 41, Rosa O., 38, Stella E. 16, John O., 14, Walter E., 12, Mabel M., 10, Onie Bell 9, Hattie E., 6, Eathel M., 3, Herbert E., 1.

4. Found in the 1900 U.S Census Minnesota, Rice Co., Morristown, district 154, sheet 11A, age 21, rents

5. Found in the 1905 Minnesota State Census, Rice Co., Morristown, dis 11, sheet 9, Samuel J., Stella E., Harry E., Elmar E., Dorothy M., Lawrence L.

6. Found in the 1910 U.S Census Minnesota, Rice Co., Morristown, district 121, sheet 4B, age 30, rents, 6 of 6 children

7. Found in the 1920 U.S Census Minnesota, Rice Co., Morristown, district 124, sheet 11A, rents, age 40

8. Found in the 1930 U.S Census Minnesota, Rice Co., Morristown, district 18, sheet 3A, owns home, age 51

9. Found in the 1936, 1939 Morristown, MN city directory;

10. Found in the 1940 U.S Census Minnesota(13 Apr '40), Rice Co., Morristown, ed 66-19, sheet 6A, age 61, b. Minn, rents 5$, ED; 4, with son Warner(20)

11. Obit: Funeral services were held Monday afternoon, October 13, at 1:30 o'clock at the home and at 2:00 o'clock at the Forest Baptist church for Mrs. Stella Downhour, who passed away Friday afternoon at 4:10 o'clock at the University hospital, following an illness of two months. Mrs. Downhour, nee Stella A. Dean was born April 11, 1879, to Mr. and Mrs. William Dean of Morristown. She was sixty-two years old at the time of her death. She has always made her home in Morristown. On October 16, 1893, Miss Dean became the bride of Samuel Downhour at Waterville, who survives her. Nine children were born to this union: four daughters, who are all living and five sons, one of whom, Lawrence, passed away at the age of 22 years. The daughters are Mrs. Dorothy Deney of Roseburg, Oregon, Mrs. Delbert May of Faribault, Mrs. Sammy Violett of New Jersey, and Mrs. William Rand of Excelsior. The sons are Harry Downhour of Shreveport, La., Elmer Downhour of Minneapolis, Warner Downhour of Fort Lewis, Wash., and Forest Downhour of Morristown. She also leaves two sisters, four brothers and twenty grandchildren. The sisters are Mrs. C. W. Temple of Minneapolis and Mrs. Hans Olson of Morristown, and the brothers are John Dean of Hastings, Walter Dean of Phoenix, Ariz., Herbert Dean of Faribault and Earl Dean of Minneapolis. Mrs. Downhour was a member of the First Baptist Church of Morristown and a member of the Royal Neighbor lodge. The Rev. A. M. Halvorsen, pastor of the First Baptist church, officiated at the funeral service and burial took place at the Morristown cemetery. Pall bearers were Louis Hand, Roy Chapman, James Osterout, Roy Durrin, I. W. Temple and William Thompson. (Faribault Daily News, Oct. 15, 1941)

Stella married 1 Samuel James Downhour on 16 Oct 1896 in Waterville, Le Sueur Co., MN. Samuel was born on 7 Mar 1870 in Logansport, Cass Co., IN. He died 2 on 10 Aug 1959 in Morristown, Rice Co., MN.

Downhour Family Records We have been able to trace the Downhour Family back to Germany, to John Downhour, who was born in 1759 and his wife Margaret, born in 1761. They had seven children, John, Jacob, Mary (Polly), Mary Magdalene, Stephen (our ancestor), Peter, and George. John’s second marriage was to a Naomi, and they had another daughter, Elizabeth. It was an apparent tradition in German families to name your first son, John. Stephen, the last of the first families children to leave this life was our ancestor. He was a widower at the age of 76 on the 1880 census from Allen County, Ohio, living in the household of his son-in-law, Frederick Fisher. No death records have been found as yet as where and when he died, since death records were not recorded in the state capital of Columbus, Ohio until 1908. John and Margaret Downhour came to this country as members of the Catholic Faith. According to the 1850 Census of Hocking County, Ohio, their first two children, John and Jacob were born in Germany, Mary (Polly) was born in Pennsylvania. On the 1850 Census of Perry County, Ohio. Mary Magdalene and Stephen were born in Virginia, and Peter and George, the last two children of John and Margaret was born in Pennsylvania. The 1810 Census would have included members of the Downhour family, but were destroyed by the British during the War of 1812. It is interesting to note, since we know that Stephen and Mary Suttle were respectively born during the years 1805 and 1809 and their first son Samuel was born in 1824, that they also were aged 19 and 15, when their first child came on the scene. We learn to, through the Study of American Genealogy, that the young folks of the pioneer era married and took off on their own at a very young age and the slogan of their day by Horace Greely, “Go west, young man, go west, while you are young and able” was truly honored and we find that many members of the family were involved in that Westward Trek of their day. We first find Stephen in the 1830 census of Thorn Township of Perry County, Ohio, married with a family of two sons and a daughter. In the 1840 census the family has four more daughters and are living in Reading Township, Perry County. As the year 1860 came to a close it was generally conceded, that the time had arrived, that the Father of his country so muchly dreaded, when different sections of the Union would become arrayed against each other and now, the question of slavery was to be a problem bearer of hostile geographical parties and areas. During January and February of 1861 it was evident that no compromise would be forthcoming, as preparations for a force of arms continued to rule the day. Jefferson Davis was inaugurated February 18, as provisional President of the Confederate States and Abraham Lincoln was inaugurated March 4, as President of the Union. Both leaders called for volunteers and accordingly the respective enlistments responded. Such were the state of affairs in the United States at this period of Samuel Downhour’s life. Since the call for volunteers continued to come forth, on December 13, 1861, Samuel was lead to answer the call and enlisted for a two year bout in the war. December 15, 1863, he was discharged in New Lbernia, LA., January 1, 1864, he was mustered in again at Algiers, LA., and continued to the close of the war, when he was discharged October 25, 1865. We don’t know just when Samuel and his family left Indiana, after he returned home from the Civil War, but we do find however, a referee, who lived in Morristown, MInnesota, who claimed to have known Samuel for 32 years, when Samuel was applying for his Civil War Veterans Pension in 1898, which means in this event, that Samuel and his family left Indiana and moved to Minnesota in 1866. Samuel and Catherine Diltz had eight children, George, who is our ancestor, Levi, James, John, Stephen, Lucinda, Matilda, and Elizabeth, Samuel and Catherine lived in Kilkenny Township, Le Sueur County, MInnesota in 1890, which is about 15 miles northwest of Morristown, which is in Rice County, Minnesota. Waterville is about 10 miles west of Morristown and is also in Le Sueur County. Faribault, the County Seat of Rice County, is approximately 15 miles northeast of Morristown. This was the general area where Samuel Downhour and his family were located in Minnesota. Since Samuel was in the process of securing his Veterans Pension during the year of 1898 and death caught up with him November 15, 1899, he certainly didn’t realize much benefit from it. Catherine received widows pension and lived until October 19, 1915. They are both at rest in the Riverside Cemetery, Morristown, MN.
(Taken from My Family History, by Perry N. Downhour)

1. Son of George Downhour and Martha Jane Spurlin. (marr. 19 Dec 1867)
- DOWNHOUR -- In this city, Sept. 17, George Downhour, late of Dundee, Or., father of Albert, Charles, Verdie Downhour and Mrs. Cora Conway. Friends are invited to attend the funeral services Wednesday Sept. 19, at 2:30 P.M. from the chapel of Edward Holman & Son, E. 27th and Hawthorne ave. Interment Lincoln Memorial park. (1928)

2. Found in the 1895 Minnesota state census, Rice Co., Morristown, p. 8, age 25, b. Indiana, How long in state; 5yrs, 1mo. How long in this district; 5yrs 1mo.

3. Found in the 1900 U.S Census Minnesota, Rice Co., Morristown, district 154, sheet 11A, age 30, rents

4. Found in the 1905 Minnesota state census, Rice Co., Morristown, dis 11, sheet 9, Samuel J., Stella E., Harry E., Elmar E., Dorothy M., Lawrence L.

5. Found in the Rice County Farmers Directory section 16 1907 Morristown; Downhour, Samuel J.

6. Found in the 1910 U.S Census Minnesota, Rice Co., Morristown, district 121, sheet 4B, age 40, rents

7. Found in the 1920 U.S Census Minnesota, Rice Co., Morristown, district 124, sheet 11A, rents, age 51

8. Found in the 1921 Morristown, MN city directory; Franklin St., Labor, Big Diamond Mills Company

9. Found in the 1926 Morristown, MN city directory; Labor, C.G.W.R.R.

10. Found in the 1929 Morristown, MN city directory; Labor

11. Found in the 1930 U.S Census Minnesota, Rice Co., Morristown, district 18, sheet 3A, owns home, age 59

12. Found in the 1936 Morristown, MN city directory; sp. Stella, Labor

13. Obit: Samuel James Downhour of Morristown passed away Monday, August 10, at his home. Funeral services will be held Thursday, August 13, at 2 p.m. at the Methodist Church. The body will lie in state from 1 o'clock until the hour of services. Samuel James Downhour was born at Loganport, Indiana, March 7, 1870. He came to Morristown as a young lad and resided in Morristown all of his life. He married Stella Dean at Waterville on October 16, 1896. He was preceded in death by his wife in 1941 and a son, Lawrence, in 1927. He is survived by eight children, Harry of Shreveport, Louisiana, Dorothy of Tacoma, Washington, Glenvis of Wenatches, Washington, Elmer and Pearl of Minneapolis, Lucille of Excelsior, Forest of Morristown and Warner; 27 grandchildren and 44 great-grandchildren. (Faribault Daily News, 12 Aug. 1959)

Notes:
1. Mentioned p. 1488, History of Rice and Steele Counties, Vols. I & II, 1910. Curtiss-Wedge, Franklyn. Chicago: H. C. Cooper, Jr. and Co., 1910.

They had the following children:

+ 378 M i Harry Edward Downhour
  379 M ii Elmer Elwood Downhour was born 1 on 10 May 1899 in Morristown, Rice Co., MN. He died on 10 Aug 1972 in Minneapolis, Ramsey Co., MN.

1. Found in the 1900 U.S Census Minnesota, Rice Co., Morristown, district 154, sheet 11A, age 1

2. Found in the 1905 Minnesota state census, Rice Co., Morristown, dis 11, sheet 9, Samuel J., Stella E., Harry E., Elmar E., Dorothy M., Lawrence L.

3. Found in the 1910 U.S Census Minnesota, Rice Co., Morristown, district 121, sheet 4B, age 10

4. 1918: WWI draft card: ser# 245, Elmar Elwood Downhour, residence; 2 Morristown, MN. Age 19, DOB: 10 May 1899, Employed as farm laborer at home [same address as above] employer; father, Samuel Downhour, height; tall, build; slender, eyes; gray, hair; brown, signed 12 Sep. 1918 at Faribalt, Rice Co., MN.

5. Found in the 1920 U.S Census Minnesota, Rice Co., Morristown, district 124, sheet 11A, age 20

6. Found in the 1926 Morristown, MN city directory; Loader, Big Diamond Mills Company

7. Found in the 1930 U.S Census Minnesota, Hennepin Co., Minneapolis, district 15, sheet 16B, age 30, rooms with his Aunt Onie Temple.

8. Found in the 1932 Minneapolis, MN. city directory; Dounhour, Elmer (Esther) carp h2714 35th av N (p. 312)

9. Found in the 1935 Minneapolis, MN. city directory; Dounhour, Elmer E (Esther C) lab h3234 Vincent av N
Dounhour, Esther C Mrs manager Best Lndry Co r3234 Vincent av N (p. 332)

10. Found in the 1936 Minneapolis, MN. city directory; Dounhour, Elmer E (Esther C) lab h4630 Aldrich av N (p. 339)

11. Found in the 1937 Minneapolis, MN. city directory; Dounhour, Elmer E (Esther C) lab h1630 Aldrich av N (p. 365)

12. Found in the 1938 Minneapolis, MN. city directory; Dounhour, Elmer E (Esther C) lab h4630 Aldrich av N (p. 360)

13. Found in the 1940 U.S Census Minnesota, Hennepin Co., Minneapolis, wd-3 (5 Apr '40) ED 89-38, sheet 3A, 2325 West Broadway, rents $23, age 40, POB: Minn., ed 8, with wife Esther (40) and mother-in-law Caroline Berg (80)(wd)

14. 1942: WWII Draft Registration Card: Elmer Elwood Downhour, ser.# 856, residence: 2325 W. Broadway, Mpls, Minn., mailing address: same, age: 42, POB: Morristown, Minn., DOB: 1 Feb 1915, name and address of person who will always know your address: Mrs. Esler Downhour, 2325 W. Broadway, Employer: none, Place of employment: none, race: white, height: 5' 7", weight: 145, eyes: Hazel, hair: Brown, signed at Local Board No. 4, Mpls, Hennepin Co., Minn., 14 Feb 1942

15. Found in the 1946 Minneapolis, MN city directory; Dounhour, Elmer E (Esther C) lab h2006 Penn av N (p. 331)

16. Found in the 1957 Minneapolis, MN city directory; Dounhour, Elmer E (Esther C) lab Haglin Constn h2014 Queen av N (p. 321)

17. 1970: Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Downhour of Minneapolis visited here with old friends and relatives, she attended the See and Do Club on Tuesday to join her club members. (Bemidji Daily Pioneer, 4 Aug., 1970, p. 10)

18. "Gonvick News" ..."A former resident of Cass Lake died in Minneapolis Aug. 10. Elmer Downhour. Attending his funeral were Mrs. Jerry Hill, Mrs Blaine Pound, Mrs. Lawrence Pound and Susan Davis. (Bemidji Pioneer, Aug. 31, 1972)

19. Obit: Downhour, Elmer E., age 73, of 2528 Lincoln St. NE. Survived by wife, Esther; brothers, Harry E., Forest W. and Warner Downhour; sisters, Mrs. Dorothy Brazzel, Mrs. Pearl May, Mrs. Glenvis Violette and Mrs. Lucille Rand. Services Mon., 1 p.m. Christ English Lutheran Church, Lowry and Oliver Aves. N. Interment Crystal Lake Cemetery. Friends may call at the Washburn McReavy-Swanson Chapel, Lowry & Irving Aves. N. after 2 p.m. Sun. and one hour previous to service. (Aug 1972)


Notes:
1. His name is spelled DOUNHOUR in the SSDI
        Elmer married Esther Carolina Berg on 3 Oct 1931 in Hennepin Co., MN. Esther was born on 9 Jul 1899 in French Lake, Wright Co., MN. She died 1 on 2 Jan 1998 in Saint Paul, Ramsey Co., MN.

1. Daughter of Peter Olson Berg and Carolina Johnson. They are both from Sweden.

2. Found in the 1900 U.S Census Minnesota, Wright Co., French Lake, sheet 10+11, "Ester", age 10/12, DOB: July 1899, b. Minn., with father Peter O. Berg (40) DOB: July 1859, b. Sweden, mother Carolina (40) 7 of 8 children, DOB: Dec 1859, b. Sweden, siblings; Elmer (14) DOB: Sep 1885, b. Minn, Albert (12) DOB: Dec 1887, b. Minn, Oliver (10) DOB: Nov 1889, b. Minn, William (8) DOB: Mar 1892, b. Minn, and John (6) DOB: Jan 1894, b. Minn

3. Found in the 1905 Minnesota state census, Wright Co., French Lake, dis 8, sheet 151, RFD #1, "Ester Carolina", age 6, b. Minn., Fa. b. Sweden, Mo. b. Sweden with mother Carolina (46), resident of state for 23 yrs, siblings; Ida Christine (22), Jalmar (20), Albert (18), Oliver (16), William (13), Jahn Richard (10), and Victor Rudolph (3), and Oliva Johnson (F) (25) and Ole A. Berg (68) and Christina Berg (64)

4. Found in the 1910 U.S Census Minnesota, Wright Co., French Lake, sheet 1B, age 10, with parents, Peter O. (50), 1st marriage, marr. 28 yrs, and Caroline (50) 1st marriage, marr. 28 yrs, 7 of 9 children, and siblings, Albert (22), Oliver (20), William (17), John R. (15) and Victor R. (7)

5. Found in the 1920 U.S Census Minnesota, Wright Co., French Lake, sheet 4A, age 20, with parents, Peter Olson (60) owns home, imm. 1882 and Caroline (60) imm. 1882 and siblings, Oliver (30), William (27), Richard John (24) and Rudolph Victor (17)

6. Found in the 1932 Minneapolis, MN. city directory; Dounhour, Elmer (Esther) carp h2714 35th av N (p. 312)

7. Found in the 1935 Minneapolis, MN. city directory; Dounhour, Elmer E (Esther C) lab h3234 Vincent av N
Dounhour, Esther C Mrs manager Best Lndry Co r3234 Vincent av N (p. 332)

8. Found in the 1936 Minneapolis, MN. city directory; Dounhour, Elmer E (Esther C) lab h4630 Aldrich av N (p. 339)

9. Found in the 1937 Minneapolis, MN. city directory; Dounhour, Elmer E (Esther C) lab h1630 Aldrich av N (p. 365)

10. Found in the 1938 Minneapolis, MN. city directory; Dounhour, Elmer E (Esther C) lab h4630 Aldrich av N (p. 360)

11. Found in the 1940 U.S Census Minnesota, Hennepin Co., Minneapolis, wd-3 (5 Apr '40) ED 89-38, sheet 3A, 2325 West Broadway, rents $23, age 40, POB: Minn., ed 8, with husband Elmer (40) and mother Caroline Berg (80)(wd) POB: Sweden

12. Found in the 1946 Minneapolis, MN city directory; Dounhour, Elmer E (Esther C) lab h2006 Penn av N (p. 331)

13. Found in the 1957 Minneapolis, MN city directory; Dounhour, Elmer E (Esther C) lab Haglin Constn h2014 Queen av N (p. 321)

14. Obit: Downhour, Esther C., age 98, formerly of N. Mpls. Survived by nephews, Alden (Dorothy) Anderson of Roseville, Eugene (Betty) Berg of Robbinsdale; niece, Genieve (Elliot) Gardiner of Milaca, June (Jerry) Hill of Cass Lake; and great-nieces and nephews. Service Monday, 2 p.m. Christ English Lutheran Church, Lowry at Oliver Ave. N., Mpls. Visitation 1 hour before the service. Interment Crystal Lake Cemetery. Memorials are preferred to the church. Washburn-McReavy Swanson Chapel. (1998)
+ 380 F iii Dorothy Mae Downhour
+ 381 M iv Lawrence Leslie Downhour
+ 382 F v Pearl Orpha Downhour
+ 383 M vi Forest "Sug" Wade Downhour
  384 F vii Glenvis Bell Downhour was born 1 on 9 Sep 1911 in Morristown, Rice Co., MN. She died on 27 Jan 1985 in Wenatchee, Chelan Co., WA.

1. Found in the 1920 U.S Census Minnesota, Rice Co., Morristown, district 124, sheet 11B, age 8

2. GIRLS HITCH HIKE 4,000 MILES
Leave Brainerd for Bemidji with four cents in pockets
HIKE FROM SHREVEPORT
Four month's jaunt takes them through South Midwest
With four cents in their pockets and 128 miles of road before them to complete a 4,000 mile hitch hiking tour of various sections of the south and midwest, two girls started out walking on the open highway yesterday afternoon for Bemidji before continuing a jaunt that will take them to California. The girls gave their names as Miss Hannah Burg of Bemidji, Minn. and Miss Glenvis Downhour, of Morristown, Minn. Reluctant to give their ages the two who are young said they were of age. Miss Burg, blue-eyed and blonde, wearing a checkered mackinaw jacket, white shirt, bell bottomed trousers, said that she and her companion started from Minneapolis four months ago hiking through Nebraska, Colorado, then southeast through Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas to Louisana. The girls stated they left Shreveport six days ago and were fortunate in securing rides north without delay. Miss Downhour, brown-eyed, was dressed similar to Miss Burg. "We have had a grand time. Why we even got a ride in an airplane," Miss Burg said. After a few days in Bemidji the girls expect to return to Minneapolis from where they will start soon on a hike to California, they said. (The Brainerd Daily Dispatch, April 11, 1929, p. 7)

3. Found in the 1929 Tacoma, WA. city directory; Downhour, Glenvis B wtrs r818 S 11th (p. 247)

4. Marriage Licenses
Issued June 8
VIOLETT-DOWNHOUR -- Sam Violett, 22; Glanvis Downhour, 19; both of San Diego. (Evening Tribune, June 9, 1931, p. 23)

5. Found in the 1932 San Diego, CA. city directory; Violett, Saml O (Glenvis) USN h4955 Saratoga av (p. 604)

6. 1935: There is a Glenvis Violett age 23 on the passenger list of the Malolo Voyage 136 sailing from Los Angeles Harbor, 27 April 1935 to Honolulu, HI., May 8, 1935

7. Found in the 1940 U.S Census California, San Diego Co., San Diego, (8 Apr '40) ED 62-70, sheet 5A, 4571 Felton, rents $35, age 28, ed; 8, POB; Minn., with husband Sam O. (31)
Residence in 1935: Hawaii

8. Found in the 1949-50 Santa Ana, CA city directory; Violett, Sam O (Glenvis) USN h2055 S Olive, SA (p. 334)

9. Obit: Glenvis B. Violett
Glenvis B. Violett, 73, Wenatchee, died Sunday evening in a local convalescent center following an extended illness. Mrs. Violett was born Sept. 9, 1911, at Morristown, Minn. Arrangements are by the Betts Funeral Home. (Wenatchee World, Jan. 20, 1985, p. A9)

10. Obit: Glenvis (Downhour) Violett of Wenatchee, Washington, sister of the late Forest Downhour, passed away recently. She is survived by three sisters, Mrs. Lucille Rand of Excelsior, Mrs. Delbert May, and Mrs. Dorothy Brazzil of Washington. She was preceded in death by her husband, Sammy and five brothers. (Morristown Life, Feb. 14, 1985)

11. Funeral Notices
GLENVIS B. VIOLETT - There will be no services or visitation, with private interment in Wenatchee City Cemetery. Arrangements are by the Betts Funeral Home. (Wenatchee World, Jan. 20, 1985, p. A9)


Notes:
1. SSDI:
VIOLETT, GLENVIS b, 09 Sep 1911 d, Jan 1985 age;73 (Wenatchee, Chelan, WA) issued: MO

2. Cemetery:
VIOLETT, Gelnvis B, Mrs D: 27-Jan-1985 Wenatchee Cemetery (WenCC) Wenatchee, Chelan Co., WA
VIOLETT, Sam O D: 9-Jul-1961 Wenatchee Cemetery (WenCC) Wenatchee, Chelan Co., WA
        Glenvis married Samuel "Sam" O. Violett in Jun 1931 in San Diego Co., CA. Samuel was born on 1 Sep 1908 in Liberty, Clay Co., MO. He died on 9 Jul 1961 in Entiat, Chelan Co., WA.

1. Son of William Henry Violett and Alice Zirkle.
- VIOLETT— William H Violett 68, died yesterday at his home at 209 North Kensington avenue. He came to Kansas City seventeen years ago from his home near Grayson, Mo. Surviving are his wile Mrs. Alice Violett of the home; three daughters, Mrs. Louella Buckley, Grayson; Mrs. Miriam Reedy of the home and Mrs. W. E. Durrett, Wenatchee, Wash., and two sons, J. H. Violett, 5217 East Twenty-eighth terrace, and S. O. Violett, United States navy, Honolulu. Funeral services will be held at Grayson. (July 1940)

2. Found in the 1910 U.S Census, Missouri, Clark Co., Wyaconda, sheet 5A, age 1 8/12, with parents William H. (38) and Alice (39) and siblings; Luella (14) Miriam (10) James H. (8) and Dixie (6)

3. Found in the 1915 Kansas state census, Shawnee Co., Silver Lake, p. 2, age 6, with parents W. H. (43) and Alice (44) and siblings Miriam (15), James (13) and Dixie (10). There's no indication of ownership or renting, so they may be at the farm of George B. Dearborn (37). All family members born in Missouri, coming from Missouri to Kansas. William's occupation is Foreman.

4. Found in the 1920 U.S Census Missouri, Clinton Co., Atchison, sheet 9A, age 10, with parents William H. (48) and Alice (49) and siblings; James H. (18) and Dixie (16)

5. Found in the 1932 San Diego, CA. city directory; Violett, Saml O (Glenvis) USN h4955 Saratoga av (p. 604)

6. Found in the 1940 U.S Census California, San Diego Co., San Diego, (8 Apr '40) ED 62-70, sheet 5A, 4571 Felton, rents $35, age 31, ed; H-4, POB; Missouri, with wife Glenvis B. (28). Chief radio man, U.S Navy.
Residence in 1935: Hawaii

7. Found in the 1949-50 Santa Ana, CA city directory; Violett, Sam O (Glenvis) USN h2055 S Olive, SA (p. 334)

8. 1958: The Chelan County Sheriff's Posse Monday re-elected Sheriff Dick Nickell as commander. Other officers are Frank Crill, captain; Jay Allen, first lieutenant; Ray Cloke, second lieutenant; Sam Violett, secretary; and George Snow, treasurer.

9. Plane Hits Wire; 2 Die
ENTIAT, Wash. (AP) A light plane struck a high-tension power line near here yesterday and "just flew to pieces" killing the pilot and a passenger, both members of the Chelan County Sheriff's posse. Sam Violett, Wenatchee, the pilot, and Martin Braun, East Wenatchee, were conducting a simulated aerial search when their 150 horsepower Piper Supercub hit a 330,000-volt power line over the Entiat River causing a display a witness said "looked like 50 arc-welders." The plane caught fire and plunged straight to the ground. (Spokane Daily Chronicle, July 10, 1961, p. 6)

10. State Files Pension Suit For Deaths
SPOKANE (AP) The State of Washington filed a $47,553.57 suit against the Bonneville Power Administration Tuesday to recover the value of pensions paid widows of two men killed when their plane crashed into a BPA line. Ted Bottinger, assistant attorney general, filed the action in U.S. District Court. The amount represented the value of the pensions to be paid the two widows by the state. The pensions of $1,000 in cash and $125 per month for life are being paid the widows of Martin Braun and Sam Violet, killed in 1961 on the Entiat River while on a Civil Defense mission for the Chelan County Sheriff's Office to look for a missing parachute. Under the State Civil Defense Act. pensions are available to the widows of Civil Defense workers killed while performing official duties. (Tri City Herald, July 9, 1963, p. 21)

11. Obit: Sam O. Violett
Sam O. Violett, 52, of 1813 Springwater and retired Navy commander, was killed in an airplane accident eight miles up the Entiat Sunday morning. Born Sept. 1, 1908, at Liberty, Mo., he spent his early life in Missouri and attended high school in Kansas City. He enlisted in the U.S Navy at the age of 17 years and retired as a commander in 1957. Following his retirement he came to Wenatchee to make his home in March 1957. Mr. Violett served during World War II in the South Pacific, and was one of the first men to pilot a plane by radar control in the U.S Navy. He married Glenvis Downhour in June 1931.
Mr. Violett was a member of East Bay Lodge 263, F. & A. M., Acme, Mich., Traverse City Chapter 102, Royal Arch Masons; Traverse City Commandery 40, Knights Templar, Traverse City, Mich.; Saladin Temple of Shrine, Grand Rapids, Mich; Wenatchee Lodge 1186, BPOE; Chelan County Peace Officers Assn.; Wenatchee Appleatchee Club; and the Methodist Church. Surviving are his widow, Glenvis; one brother, J. H. Violett, Kansas City, Mo.;three sisters, Mrs. Louella Buckley, Grayson, Mo., Mrs. Mirian Reedy, Kansas City, Mo. and Mrs. Bill Durrett of Wenatchee. Jones and Jones is in charge of arrangements. (The Wenatchee Daily World, July 10, 1961, p. 8)

12. Funeral Announcement: Commander Sam O. Violett
Services will be conducted in the chapel of the Jones & Jones Funeral Home Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. The Rev. Sheldon O. Price will officiate. Interment services will follow in Wenatchee Cemetery with Naval Honors by U.S Naval Reserve Electronic Division, Wenatchee. Arrangements are by Jones & Jones. (The Wenatchee Daily World, July 11, 1961, p. 8)

Notes:
1. Military ser.# 341-60-29 (enlisted) and 121035 (officer), retired 31 Mar 1957. Held rank of Commander U.S Navy.
+ 385 F viii Lucille Esther Downhour
+ 386 M ix Warner James Downhour

167. John Oliver Dean(e) (Rosa Orpha Henry , Elizabeth {Rebecca} Sutton , Daniel , Philpot John ) was born 1 on 11 Nov 1881 in Morristown, Rice Co., MN. He died 2 on 15 Feb 1968 in San Diego Co., CA.

1. Found in the 1885 Minnesota state census, Rice Co., Morristown, p. 25, age 5, with Wm. 31, Rosa O. 27, Stella E. 6, Walter 2, Mabel 7/12.

2. Found in the 1895 Minnesota state census, Rice Co., Morristown, p. 17, sched 4, William H., 41, Rosa O., 38, Stella E. 16, John O., 14, Walter E., 12, Mabel M., 10, Onie Bell 9, Hattie E., 6, Eathel M., 3, Herbert E., 1.

3. Found in the 1900 U.S Census Minnesota, Rice Co., Morristown, district 154, sheet 14, William H. (45) June 1854, age 1st mar. 22, and Rosa O. (43) Jan 1857, age 1st mar. 22, 9 of 9 children, Walter E. (17) Sept 1882, John O. (19) Nov 1880, Mabel M. (15) Oct 1884, Onie B. (14) Apr 1886, Hattie E. (11) Oct 1888, Ethel M. (8) July 1891, Herbert E. (6) Mar 1894 and Earl W. (3) Apr 1897

4. 1904; signed his name John O. Dean on his marriage certificate.

5. John O. Dean and Miss Pearl E. Hoban were married by Judge Smith this morning in probate court. Miss Hoban was attended by her sister, Miss Fannie. (The Faribault Journal, Dec. 6, 1905)

6. Found in the 1910 U.S Census Minnesota, St. Louis Co., Duluth 7-wd, T624, Roll 725, p. 47, sheet 9A, North 27 Avenue West, age 30. There is a Carrie (29, wd) and Clayton (7) Hoban as borders at their home.

7. 1915; South St. Paul, MN city directory; Deane J. Employee Swift & Co. Dwane & 12th Ave. South St. Paul 25

8. 1918: WWI Draft Registration Card; Order# 3367, John Oliver Deane, residence; Hastings, Dakota Co., MN. age;37, DOB; Nov. 11, 1880, Employed as carpenter (self employed), Nearest relative; Madeline Dean (wife), Hastings, Dakota, Minn.,

9. Found in the 1920 U.S Census Minnesota, Dakota Co., Hastings wd-1, T625, Roll 829, p. 85, sheet 3B, age 39, rents Second St.

10. Found in the 1930 U.S Census Minnesota, Dakota Co., Hastings wd-1, T626, Roll 1085, p. 76, sheet 4B, age 49, rents East Second St.

11. Found in the 1940 U.S Census Minnesota, Dakota Co., Hastings, wd-1, (3 Apr '40) ED 19-11, sheet 1B, 724 East 2nd St., owns $2000, age 59, POB: Minn., ed 8, with wife Madeline (45) and children John (20), William (17) and Helen (14)

12. WWII Draft Registration Card; ser# 129, John O. Deane, Residence; 16th & Maple St., Hastings, Dakota, Minn., afe;61, POB; Morristown, Minn., DOB; Nov. 11, 1880, Name & Address of person who will always know your address; Mrs. John Deane, Hastings, Minn., Employer; self, Height; 5' 10", Weight; 165, Eyes; hazel, Hair; gray, signed at board 2, Dakota, Minn., April 26, 1942

13. Obit: John Deane, Former Resident, Dies at 86
John O. Deane, a former resident, passed away Feb. 15th in San Diego, Calf., where he had been living with his daughter, following a long period of ill health. A son of the late Mr. and Mrs. William H. Deane, he was born Nov. 11, 1881 in Morristown, Minn., attended the local school and here grew to manhood. Mr. and Mrs. Deane, nee Madeline Sommers, were united in wedlock in 1918, the ceremony solemnized in the Guardian Angels church. They established their home in Hastings, where he was employed as a carpenter. They reared a family of two daughters, Mrs. Paul (Rose Marie) Brennen of San Diego, Calif., with whom he resided at the time of his death; Mrs. Albert (Helen) Mamer of Hastings, and two sons, John A. Deane of St. Paul, and Major W. H. Deane of the U.S.A.F. stationed at Riverside, Calif. Mrs. Deane passed away in 1955, and since her death, Mr. Deane had made his home at different times at the homes of his daughters, and his son John. His remains were brought by plane to Hastings, arriving here Saturday evening at the Caturia Funeral Home, where a visitation was held Sunday from 3:00 to 7:00 p.m. Funeral services were conducted Monday morning at 11:00 a.m. in the Funeral Home Chapel, and graveside rites in St. Boniface cemetery. Bearing the remains to their final resting place were James Sanders, Kenneth Bricher, Bernard Eckert, Francis Brooke, ernard McCoy and John Murray. Also surviving Mr. Deane are two sisters, Mrs. Onie Temple and Mrs. Mabel Hanson of Los Angeles; two brothers, Walter of Phoenix, Arizona, and Herbert of Faribault; 22 grandchildren; and 8 great grandchildren. (Hastings Gazette, Thurs. Feb. 22, 1968, p. 5)


Notes;
1. Apr 24, 1902, John purchased new top carriage and old wagon. (Morristown Press)

John married 1 (1) Edith Pearl Hoban on 4 Dec 1905 in Faribault, Rice Co., MN. The marriage ended in divorce.Edith was born 2 on 6 Mar 1885 in Waterville, Le Sueur Co., MN. She died 3 on 24 Sep 1936 in Duluth, St. Louis Co., MN.

1. Daughter of Stephen Hoban and Nancy Agnes Renner.

2. Found in the 1885 Minnesota state census, Le Sueur Co., Waterville, p. 17, Edith P. age 2/12, with parents Stephen (30) and Nancy (26), Nora (7), Cora (5) and Bridget (3)

3. Found in the 1895 Minnesota state census, Le Sueur Co., Waterville, p. 22, Pearl age 10, at home with parents; Stephen (42) and Agness (36) and siblings, Nora (17), Cora (15), Bridget (13) and Fanny (7).

4. 1898: S. Hoban is found on the 1898 Platt Map for Waterville, Twnshp 109 North Range 23 West, in the northern part of section 14, about 122 acres.

5. Found in the 1900 U.S Census Minnesota, Le Sueur Co., Waterville Twnshp, district 3, sheet 2, age 15, DOB: May 1885, with parents Stephen (46) DOB: Aug 1858, Nancy A. (41) DOB: Apr 1859, Bridget (17) DOB: Aug 1882, Fanney (11) DOB: Nov 1888

6. Found in the 1905 Minnesota state census, Le Sueur Co., Waterville wd-1, dis 17, sheet 16, Lake St., age 20, with parents, Stephen (50), Nancy A. (46), and Fannie J. (16)

7. Found in the 1910 U.S Census Minnesota, St. Louis Co., Duluth 7-wd, T624, Roll 725, p. 47, sheet 9A, North 27 Avenue West, age 24 with husband John (30) daughter Ione (3). There is a Carrie (29)(wd) and Clayton (7) Hoban as borders at their home.

8. Found in the 1920 U.S Census Minnesota, St. Louis Co., Duluth 15 dist, T625, Roll 858, p. 286, sheet 23B, rents East 10th St., age 34, divorced. There is a lodger; Albert Sjolsvold with her.

4. Found in the 1920 Duluth, MN city directory; Dean, Pearl seams r 8 1/2 W 5th (p. 186)


Notes:
1. Married a Edward Severtson.
2. Minnesota death & burials:
Mrs. Pearl Edith Severtson
Death: 24 Sep 1936
Place: Duluth, St. Louis, MN
age: 51
Married
Spouse: Edward Severtson
Father: Stephen Hoban
Mother: Nancy Renner

They had the following children:

+ 387 F i Agnes "Iona" Dean

John married 1 (2) Madeline Jane Sommers on 5 Aug 1918 in Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., MN. Madeline was born 2 on 26 Oct 1895 in Hastings, Dakota Co., MN. She died 3 on 27 Mar 1956 in Hennepin Co., MN.

1. Daughter of William N. and Catherine Sommers.

2. Found in the 1900 U.S Census Minnesota, Dakota Co., Hastings wd-1, T623, Roll 761, p. 77, age 4, East First St., at home with parents. Recorded name Saloma M.

3. Found in the 1905 Minnesota State Census, Dakota Co., Hastings wd-1, dis 11, sheet 12, 1st street, Madelin age 9, at home with parents William (46) and Mary Sommers (27), and siblings, Charles (15), Roy (7), William Jr (6), Waren (4) and Florence (1)

4. Found in the 1910 U.S Census Minnesota, Dakota Co., Hastings wd-1, T624, Roll 695, p. 79, sheet 1A, 1st St., age 14, at home with parents, William (51) m2, marr 17yrs, and Catherine (32) m1, marr 17yrs, 7 of 9 children, and siblings, Charles E. (24), Roy E. (12), William Jr. (10), Warren J. (9), Florence (6), Wesley (2) and Edwin (11/12)

5. Found in the 1920 U.S Census Minnesota, Dakota Co., Hastings wd-1, T625, Roll 829, p. 85, sheet 3B, age 24, rents Second St.

6. Found in the 1930 U.S Census Minnesota, Dakota Co., Hastings wd-1, T626, Roll 1085, p. 76, sheet 4B, age 34, rents East Second St.

7. Found in the 1940 U.S Census Minnesota, Dakota Co., Hastings, wd-1, (3 Apr '40) ED 19-11, sheet 1B, 724 East 2nd St., owns $2000, age 45, POB: Minn., ed H-5, with husband John O. (59) and children John (20), William (17) and Helen (14)

8. 1956; Hastings Lady Dies In Crash At Pine Bend
A 63 year-old Hastings woman died when the car driven by her husband slid sideways into the path of a truck near Pine Bend Wednesday afternoon at 3 p.m. She was Mrs. Madeline Jane Deane, whose home was on West 16th street at Hastings. The accident happened half a mile north of the junction of Highways 55 and 52. The dead woman's husband, John O. Deane, 74, was taken to Memorial hospital in Sontag's ambulance for treatment of a possible fractured hip. Deane is a retired carpenter, well known in Hastings. Deane was northbound on the highway when an unidentified black Ford or Chevrolet pulled out onto the road from a parked position, Deane swerved left left to avoid the parked auto, and his car slid with its right side towards an oncoming empty cattle truck in the southbound lane. Mrs. deane died instantly. The truck was driven by Christy Kalaas of Zumbrota, who was not hurt. The Deanes were headed for the home of their son in St. Paul where they were to have supper. They had planned to return that night with the two grandchildren. Highway patrolen, who investigated the crash assisted by the sheriffs office said it was raining at the time. the demolished car was towed to Freed Chevrolet at Hastings, and the truck could be driven. Mrs. Deane, formerly Madeline J. Sommers was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Sommers, born in Hastings, Oct. 26, 1895. She lived there nearly her entire life, except for a few years in Northern Minnesota and Minneapolis. She married John Deane in the later place Aug. 5, 1918. Survivors are her husband; four children; John A. of St. Paul; Mrs. Walter Brown (Rosemarie), Capt. W. H. Deane of Castle Air Base, Calif.; Mrs. Albert Mamer (Helen), Hastings; two sisters and six brothers; 13 grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Saturday at 10:00 a.m. in Guardian Angels Church, Hastings. Burial will be in the church cemetery. (Dakota County Tribune, 30 Mar. 1956, p. 10)

9. 1956; Hastings Woman Killed In Pine Bend Car Crash
Mrs. John Deane, 63, of Hastings, died late Tuesday at the scene of the crash between an automobile driven by her husband and a truck driven by Christy A. Kallas of Zumbrota half a mile north of the junction of Highways 55 and 52 near Pine Bend, a few miles south of this city. Mr. Deane was taken to Memorial hospital at Hastings with a possible hip fracture. Kallas was unhurt. The accident was said to have resulted when a northbound car in front of that driven by Mr. Deane suddenly pulled off to the side of the road. In trying to avoid ramming the car in front of him, he lost control of his own car and crashed into the southbound truck driven by the Zumbrota man. (South St. Paul Daily Reporter, Thurs. 29 Mar. 1956)

10. 1956; Mrs. John Deane Victim of Pine Bend Accident
Hastings residents this week mourn the passing of a community resident, Mrs. John O. (Madeline) Deane, 60, of West 16th St., who was the tragic victim of a car-truck collision at 3 p.m. Wednesday one-half mile north of the Pine Bend intersection of Highway 52 and 56. The accident occurred when Mr. Deane, in attempting to avoid collision with a car ahead which had suddenly slowed to pull off the shoulder of Highway 52, swerved his vehicle, lost control of the car, and skidded on the sleet-covered road into the path of a truck. Mr. Deane, whose vision was partially obscured by the mixture of sleet and rain and the maneuvering of the car ahead of him, was unable to avoid collision with the southbound truck driven by Christy Kallas, Zumbrota. Kallas, in turn, had no chance to avoid the collision. The driver of the car ahead of Mr. Deane did not stop at the scene of the accident, nor has the driver been identified to date. Mrs. Deane met death almost instantly. Her husband was taken to Memorial hospital for treatment of minor injuries and shock. The truck driver was not injured. At the time of the accident the Deane family was enroute to St. Paul to visit their son, John and his family. Funeral services for the well-known and highly regarded Hastings lady will be held at the Guardian Angels church at 10 a.m. Saturday with the Rev. Father P. J. Ryan officiating. Because of Holy Week observances, the Requiem High Mass will be delayed until 9 a.m. Monday. A wake will be held at 4 p.m. today, (Thursday) and Rosary at 9 p.m. Friday. Interment will be in Guardian Angls cemetery. Mrs. Deane is survived by her husband, John; two daughters, Mrs. Walter (Rose Marie) Brown, and Mrs. Albert (Helen) Mamer, both of Hastings; two sons, John A. of St. Paul, and Captain William H. Deane, San Antonio Air Base, Texas. Also surviving are two sisters, and six brothers, and 13 grandchildren. Very active in community affairs, Mrs. Deane was a member of the Guardian Angels church, the Rosary Society, and the Hastings Woman's Club. She was perticularly dedicated to her church, its organizations, and to her family, which she tended with constant devotion. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Sommers, Mrs. Deane was born in Hastings October 26, 1895. She attended the Guardian Angels school and was a graduate of Hastings high school. She lived in northern Minnesota for a few years, before returning to Minneapolis where she married John O. Deane August 5, 1918. They established their home in Hastings, which had been their home since. A complete obituary will follow. (The Hastings Gazette, Thurs. 29 Mar. 1956)

11. Obit: Rites For Mrs. John Deane Held At Guardian Angels
A brief funeral service for the late Mrs. John (Madeline J.) Deane, 60, whose tragic death was reported last week, was held Saturday morning at ten o'clock in the Guardian Angels church with Rev. P. J. Ryan officiating. Serving as pall bearers were Bernard McCoy, Emil Huberty, Eugene Casserly, Charles Karow, Francis Gegen, and Henry Brown. Eugene Casserly with Maureen Casserly as accompanist chanted the Dies Irae. Interment was made in the church cemetery. A Requiem Mass was chanted on Monday for the repose of her soul. Mrs. Deane was one of eight children born to the late Mr. and Mrs. William Sommers. She grew up in this city, and after graduation from the Guardian Angels school at Mahnomem and at Bagley. Following their marriage, the Deanes established their home in Hastings where they have since resided. At the time of her death, Mrs. Deane was employed at the Memorial hospital and before coming here, she worked at the state hospital. She was a valued member of the Rosary Society of the Guardian Angels church, the Woman's Club, and for a number of years a member of the Girls Scouts Council. Surviving Mrs. Deane, beside her husband are two daughters, Mrs. Walter (Rose Marie) Brown, Mrs. Albert (Helen) Mamer, of Hastings; two sons, John A. of St. Cloud, and Capt. William H. Deane, stationed at San Antonio Air Base, Texas, two sisters Mrs. Florence LaDuke of Bemidji, Helen of Tacoma, Wash., six brothers, Roy of St. Paul, Edwin of San Diego, Calif., William of Seattle, Wash., Karren of Florida, Charles of Mahnomen, and Wesely of Florida. There are also 15 grandchildren. ( The Hastings Gazette, Thurs. 5 Apr. 1956)

They had the following children:

+ 388 M ii John Adrian Deane
+ 389 F iii Rose Marie Irene Deane
+ 390 M iv William Henry Deane
+ 391 F v Helen "Corky" Louise Deane

168. Walter Edmond Dean (Rosa Orpha Henry , Elizabeth {Rebecca} Sutton , Daniel , Philpot John ) was born on 16 Sep 1882 in Morristown, Rice Co., MN. He died 1 on 25 May 1975 in Phoenix, Maricopa Co., AZ.

1. Found in the 1885 Minnesota state census, Rice Co., Morristown, p. 25, age 2, with Wm. 31, Rosa O. 27, Stella E. 6, John 5, Mabel 7/12.

2. Found in the 1895 Minnesota state census, Rice Co., Morristown, p. 17, sched 4, William H., 41, Rosa O., 38, Stella E. 16, John O., 14, Walter E., 12, Mabel M., 10, Onie Bell 9, Hattie E., 6, Eathel M., 3, Herbert E., 1.

3. Found in the 1900 U.S Census Minnesota, Rice Co., Morristown, district 154, sheet 14, age 17, Sept 1882 with parents William H. (45) June 1854, age 1st mar. 22, and Rosa O. (43) Jan 1857, age 1st mar. 22, 9 of 9 children, and siblings, John O. (19) Nov 1880, Mabel M. (15) Oct 1884, Onie B. (14) Apr 1886, Hattie E. (11) Oct 1888, Ethel M. (8) July 1891, Herbert E. (6) Mar 1894 and Earl W. (3) Apr 1897

4. RICHVILLE
W. E. Dean's father and brother arrived from Morristown last Friday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Dean; but they did not arrive until evening. The funeral was held in the forenoon. (Pelican Rapids Press, Nov. 14, 1907)

5. 1907: Had been living in North Dakota; (wife's Obit)

6. Walter Dean left yesterday for Valley City, N. D., where he expects to spend the summer. (The Faribault Journal, May 6, 1908)

7. ?? Found in the 1911 Northfield, MN. city directory, 317 Winona, Student Carlton College
8. ?? Found in the 1915 Northfield, MN. city directory, 603 W 3 St., Student

9. 1918: WWI Draft Registration Card; Dean, Walter Edward, Address; 910 So. 9th St. Tacoma, Pierce, Wash., Age; 35, DOB; 16 Sept., 1882, Occp; carpenter, Employer; Wright Ship Yard, Tacoma, Pierce, Wash., Nearest Relative; Pearl Dean, (same address), Signed; Walter Edward Dean, 12 Sept. 1918, Tacoma, Wash.

10. Found in the 1920 U.S Census Washington, Benton Co., Kennewick, sheet 2A, Fourth St., age 37, b. Minn., Fa b. Indiana, Mo b. Maine, rents home, general carpenter, with wife Pearl (37) b. Minn., Fa b. Indiana, Mo b. Indiana, fruit sorter and daughter Ruth R. Reed (16) b. Canada, Fa b. Pennsylvania Mo b. Minn., imm. 1911 (crossed out) confectionary saleswoman

11. Found in the 1922 Wenatchee, WA. city directory; Dean, Walter E (Pearl) carp h 222 N Wenatchee av (p. 60)

12. 1930; Lived at Buckeye, AZ., at time of mother's death; Sep. 1930

13. 1931; Lived at Buckeye, AZ., at the time of his sister's death, (Esther Dean); May 1931

14. 1933 Land Patent
Accession Nr: 1064607
Document Type:
Serial Patent
State: Arizona
Issue Date: 6/6/1933
Cancelled: No
Land Office: Phoenix
US Reservations: Yes
Mineral Reservations: No
Authority: May 20, 1862: Homestead EntryOriginal (12 Stat. 392)
Document Nr: 067940 Total Acres: 320.00
Misc. Doc. Nr: 0 Survey Date: ---
BLM Serial Nr: AZPHX 0067940 Geographic Name: ---
Indian Allot. Nr: --- Metes/Bounds: No

State Meridian Twp - Rng Aliquots Section Survey # County
AZ Gila-Salt River 001S - 009W W½ 10 Maricopa

15. 6 Jan 1934 Walter E. Dean and Pearl Dean filed a Quit Claim Deed, NW 1/4 section 10, township 1 south, range 9, 160 acres, Maricopa County (docket 274, p. 567)

16. 6 Jan 1934 Walter E. Dean and Pearl Dean filed a Quit Claim Deed, SW 1/4 section 10, township 1 south, range 9, 160 acres. Maricopa County (docket 280, p. 5)

17. Found in the 1940 U.S Census Arizona, Maricopa Co., Supv Dist 1, Phoenix City Limits (18 Apr '40) ED 7-82, sheet 8A, 156 E. Hinshaw Rd., rents $22, age 57, POB: MN., ed; 3, Dean, W.E divorced, with daughter Evelyn Thone (29) divorced, and grandson Elton Lloyd (10)

18. 1941; Lived in Phoenix AZ., at the time of his sister's death, (Stella Downhour); Oct. 1941

19. 1942: WWII Draft Registration Card; Dean, Walter Edmond, Residence; 2030 E Moreland, Phoenix, Maricopa, Ariz., age;59, POB: Morsetown, Minnesota, DOB: Sept 16, 1882, Name of person who will always know your address; Mrs Evelyn Thone, 2030 E Moreland, Phoenix, Ariz., Employer; none, height; 5'11 1/2", weight;155, eyes;gray, hair;black, wears glasses, signed at Local board No. 1, Maricopa County, 27 April 1942

20. Found in the 1945 Phoenix, AZ. city directory; Dean, Walter E h1920 E Roosevelt (p. 155)

21. 1950: witness at the marriage of his daughter Evelyn Grace Thone and Alvin L. Wilson, 20 May 1950, at Holbrook, Navajo Co., AZ. (marriage cert)

22. Found in the 1951 Phoenix, AZ. city directory; Dean, Walter E carp h 2222 E Moreland (p. 1629)

23. Found in the 1956 Phoenix, AZ. city directory; Dean, Walter E retd r 2209 E Garfield (p. 1150) [at home of daughter, Evelyn G. Wilson]

24. 1959; Lived in Phoenix, AZ., at the time of his brother's death, (William E. Deane); Feb. 1959
25. 1968; Lived in Phoenix, AZ., at the time of his brother's death, (John O. Deane); Feb. 1968
26. 1968; Lived in Phoenix, AZ., at the time of his brother's death, (Herbert E. Deane); Oct. 1968
27. 1971; Lived in Phoenix, AZ., at the time of his sister's death, (Mabel Olson); May 1971
28. 1973; "survived by ... one brother Walter Dean" sister's obit. (Onie Bell Temple); 1973

29. Obit: Walter E. Dean (photo)
Services for Walter E. Dean, 92, of 4614 N. 24th Place, will be at 2:30 p.m. Thursday at Memory Lawn Mortuary Chapel, 719 N. 27th Ave. He died Sunday at Good Samaritan Hospital. He was a carpenter, and had worked for Mardian Construction Co. He is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Evelyn Halverson; a step-daughter, Mrs. Ruth Hoke; two grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. (Arizona Republic, May 27, 1975, p. 38)

Walter married 1 (1) Lula Mack in Mar 1905 in Otter Tail Co., MN. Lula was born 2 in Feb 1887 in {Richville}, Otter Tail Co., MN. She died 3, 4 on 30 Oct 1907 in Rush Lake, Otter Tail Co., MN.

1. Daughter of William A. Mack and Florence I. Eddy.
In 1914 they moved to Montana, near Comertown. The bought some land just south of their daughter Alta Friberg's homestead. Florence died December 9th 1917 and William died April 5th 1939. They are buried at St John's cemetery, Sheridan County Montana.

2. Found in the 1895 Minnesota state census, Rice Co., Morristown, p. 20, sched 5, Lulu age 8, with parents; William and Florence Mack.

3. Found in the 1900 U.S Census Minnesota, Rice Co., Morristown, dis 3, sheet 8, age 13, Feb. 1887, POB: Minn, with parents; William (37) and Florence (36) and siblings Alta (13) and Peter (9)

4. Married at Lula's parent's house by the Rev. N. Cummings. (The Bulletin, 23 Mar 1905)

5. MORE LOCALS. The Mack family of Richville have been very unfortunate this past month. Two weeks ago a married daughter died from typhoid fever. Last Sunday a young daughter was brought to the Perham hospital suffering from the same disease, and again on Tuesday, two young sons were brought in, stricken down with the same disease. (The Bulletin, Volume: 25 Number: 46 Date: 11/14/1907)
[In 1910 Lula's parents are in Rush Lake, MN. just a few miles from Richville. Today, both are incorporated in the city of Richville, MN.]

6. Obit: Mrs. Walter Dean died on Wednesday evening, October 30, at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. Mack, just west of town. She returned from Dakota with her husband about four weeks ago and was sick at the time, and since then kept growing worse in spite of all the medical aid and the tender care of a trained nurse who was with her during the last week of her illness. Lulu Mack was married to Mr. Dean about two years ago and they have been living in North Dakota. Mrs. Dean was 20 years old at the time of her death and was well and favorably known in this vicinity and will be greatly missed by a large circle of acquaintances who extend sympathy to the sorrowing husband and parents. Funeral services were held Friday forenoon and interment was made Richville cemetery (Richville Leader)(Waterville Advance, Nov 13, 1907)

Walter married 1 (2) Pearl Vinson on 19 Oct 1911 in Republic, Ferry Co., WA. The marriage ended in divorce.Pearl was born on 22 Feb 1882 in Worthington, Nobles Co., MN. She died on 15 Dec 1958 in Renton, King Co., WA.

1. Daughter of James H. Vinson and Olive M. Hathaway.
- Olive died in Clatsop Co., OR., 1936

2. At the residence of Jas. Vinson same night, a girl. (The Worthington Advance, Feb. 23, 1882)

3. Jas. Vinson brings us some good samples of wheat from his farm in Bloom. (The Worthington Advance, Aug. 12, 1886)

4. Found in the 1895 Minnesota state census, Mille Lacs Co., Princeton Twnshp, p. 42-43, age 13, POB: Minn. with parents, James (39) and Olive (38) and sister Ida (14)

5. Found in the 1900 U.S Census Minnesota, Mille Lacs Co., Princeton Village, (1 June 1900) sheet 1, age 18, DOB: Feb 1882, POB: Minn., with parents, James (44) DOB: Apr 1856, POB: ILL., rents home, and Olive (44) DOB: May 1856, POB: Ind., and sister Ida E. (19) DOB: June 1880, POB: Minn.
Her father is also found in the 1900 U.S Census Montana, Chouteau Co., Fort Benton Twnshp, (4 June 1900) sheet 4, age 44, DOB: Mar 1856, married, RR contractor, border at the home of Edward LaPorte (58)

6. Miss Ida Vinson, who went to Montana this summer, is now Mrs. Reed, the ceremony occuring last Sunday. Mr. Reed is said to be a wealthy ranchman in Montana, and the happy couple are receiving the congratulations of their friends. (The Princeton Union, Sept. 13, 1900, p. 5)

7. 1900: Married Charles L. Reed, of Fort Benton, Montana, age 27, son of Charles E. Reed and Mary Blair, born at Alleghany, PA., married 9 Sept. 1900, at Fort Benton, Chouteau Co., MT. (Vol. B Page: 126 09 SEP 1900) They later divorced. On 24 Sept. 1917 Charles married Clara Elizabeth Bothun at Helena, MT. He said he was from Warrick, Chouteau, MT.

8. Found in the 1906 Canadian Census of the Northwest Provinces, Saskatchewan, Assiniboia West, page 2, Meridian 3, Range 24, Section 21, Twnshp 6, Reed, Charles (33) imm; 1901, Reed Pearl (23) imm; 1901, and children, Mary (4) and Ruth (3)

9. In 1910 her parents are at Kalispell, Flathead Co., MT.

10. 1910: Found in border crossings; EastPort Idaho, Dec 1910, sheet 9; Reid, Pearl, age 28, with daughters, Ruth age 7 and Annie age 7, Last residence; Maple Creek, Sask., Nearest Relative; Husband, Chas Reid, East End, Sask., Destination; Spokane, USA., Ticket to Dest; yes, paid by self, Ever in US before; yes, various places, When; 1901, Going to visit sister, Ida Ramsland, 01314 Prat St., Spokane, WA., Height; 5'2", Eyes; grey, POB: Pearl, Worthington, Minn., Ruth & Annie, Maple Creek,

11. Found in the 1911 Canadian Census, Saskatchewan, Moosejaw dist 104, Twnshp 5, Range 24, West 3rd, page 12, Reade, Charles L (38) DOB: July 1872, imm; 1901, Reade Pearl (29) DOB: Feb 1882, imm; 1901 (no children listed with her)

12. HUSBAND DESERTED AFTER 39 YEARS
Deer Lodge, April 6. -- Olive M. Vinson yesterday commenced an action in the district court to obtain a divorce from James Vinson. She alleges in her complaint that they were married at Goodland, Ind., March 11, 1877, and that the defendant deserted her on or about April 3, 1916. There are two married daughters. Attorneys Keeley and Cummins are representing the plantiff. (Butte Daily Post, April 6, 1917, p. 14)

13. Found in the 1920 U.S Census Washington, Benton Co., Kennewick, sheet 2A, Fourth St., age 37, b. Minn., Fa b. Indiana, Mo b. Indiana, rents home, fruit sorter, with husband Walter E. (37) b. Minn., Fa b. Indiana, Mo b. Maine, general carpenter and daughter Ruth R. Reed (16) b. Canada, Fa b. Pennsylvania Mo b. Minn., imm. 1911 (crossed out) confectionary saleswoman

14. Found in the Wenatchee, WA. city directory; Dean, Walter E (Pearl) carp h 222 N Wenatchee av (p. 60)

15. Found in the 1940 U.S Census Arizona, Maricopa Co., Phoenix, (2 Apr '40) ED 7-36A, sheet 61A, age 58, widow b. Minn., citrus fruit packer, lodger at home of Margaret Moreland (39)

16. Found in the 1945 Phoenix, AZ. city directory; Dean, Pearl emp Libby Packing Co r711 E Washn (p. 155)

17. Found in the 1951 Phoenix, AZ. city directory; Dean, Pearl V Mrs h 711 E Washn tel. 3-2766 (p. 1629)

18. Found in the 1952 Phoenix, AZ. city directory; Dean, Pearl V Mrs h 3034 W Lincoln (p. 1651)

19. Found in the 1956 Phoenix, AZ. city directory; Dean, Pearl Mrs h 3034 W Lincoln (p. 1150)

20. Obit: Mrs. Pearl V. Dean
Mrs. Pearl V. Dean, 76, of 4651 S. 146th St., died Monday in Renton after a long illness. Funeral services will be held at 2:30 o'clock tomorrow in the Georgetown Funeral Home. Burial will be in Riverton Crest. Mrs. Dean came here 20 years ago from Phoenix. She was born in Worthington, Minn. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Perry Hoke, with whom she lived; two grandchildren, and four great-grandchildren. (Seattle Daily Times, Dec. 17, 1958, p. 63)


Notes:
1. (father) James Vinson married Mary J. Murphy, 19 Nov 1917, Lewiston, Fergus Co., MT.

They had the following children:

+ 392 F i Evelyn Grace Dean

169. Mabel May Dean (Rosa Orpha Henry , Elizabeth {Rebecca} Sutton , Daniel , Philpot John ) was born 1 on 14 Oct 1884 in Morristown, Rice Co., MN. She died 2 on 24 May 1971 in Lynwood, Los Angeles Co., CA.

1. Found in the 1885 Minnesota State Census, Rice Co., Morristown, p. 25, age 7/12, with Wm. 31, Rosa O. 27, Stella E. 6, John 5, Walter 2.

2. Found in the 1895 Minnesota State Census, Rice Co., Morristown, p. 17, sched 4, William H., 41, Rosa O., 38, Stella E. 16, John O., 14, Walter E., 12, Mabel M., 10, Onie Bell 9, Hattie E., 6, Eathel M., 3, Herbert E., 1.

3. Found in the 1900 U.S Census Minnesota, Rice Co., Morristown, district 154, sheet 14, William H. (45) June 1854, age 1st mar. 22, and Rosa O. (43) Jan 1857, age 1st mar. 22, 9 of 9 children, Walter E. (17) Sept 1882, John O. (19) Nov 1880, Mabel M. (15) Oct 1884, Onie B. (14) Apr 1886, Hattie E. (11) Oct 1888, Ethel M. (8) July 1891, Herbert E. (6) Mar 1894 and Earl W. (3) Apr 1897

4. Found in the 1910 U.S Census Minnesota, St. Louis Co., New Independence, Roll T624_723, p. 3B, Dis 215, image 520, 2 of 2 children, age 25

5. Found in the 1920 U.S Census Minnesota, Rice Co., Morristown Village, district 124, p. 13B, State Road, age 35

6. Found in the 1930 U.S Census Minnesota, Rice Co., Morristown Village, T625, Roll 1124, p. 198, p. 3A, age 45, and husband Hans A. (45), rents $17, and children, Viola M. (20), Helen M. (13), Louis A. (15), Irene M. (9), Margaret L. (7), Ruth E. (4) and Ardella (1/12)rents, living next house from Parents.

7. Found in the 1940 U.S Census Minnesota, Rice Co., Morristown, (17 Apr '40) ed 66-19, sheet 8A, age 55, b. Minn, rents 10$, ED; 7, with husband Hans(55) children; Irene(19), Margret(17), Ruth(13), and Eleanor(10)

8. Obit: Mrs. Hans (Mabel) Olson passed away May 24 at the Century Plaza Convalescent Home in Lynnwood, California at the age of 87. She was a long time resident of Morristown, having moved to California in 1946. She was preceded in death by her husband, two sons, one daughter and one grandson. She is survived by one brother, Walter Dean of Phoenix, and one sister Onie Temple, Minneapolis, two sons, Lewis, Los Angeles, California, William of Waseca, six daughters, Mrs. Gerald (Viola) Rose, St. Paul, Mrs. Armand (Helen) Hanson, Faribault, Mrs. Arthur (Irene) Drewitz, South Gate, California; Mrs. Chester (Margareet) Schroeder, Dundas; Mrs. John (Eleanor) Saufferer, Morristown. There are 24 grandchildren and 34 great-grandchildren. (May 1971)

Mabel married 1 Hans Ingvard Alfred Olson on 10 Jan 1906 in Morristown, Rice Co., MN. Hans was born 2 on 16 Mar 1885 in Seterneset, Bindal, Nordland, Norway . He died 3 on 9 Jan 1962 in Los Angeles Co., CA.

1. Son of Iver Henrik Nicolai Olson and Fredrikke Christine Fredriksdatter.

2. Found in the 1900 U.S Census Minnesota, St. Louis Co., Industrial, Roll T623 789; p. 1A, Enumeration Dis. 254, age 15

3. Found in the 1905 Minnesota state census, St. Louis Co., Industrial, dis 36, age 20, farm laborer, at the home of Ole and Christine Olson, there is a Mrs. F. Olson (55) there also

4. Found in the 1910 U.S Census Minnesota, St. Louis Co., New Independence, Roll T624_723, p. 3B, Dis 215, image 520, age 25, with a Fredrikke Olson.

5. 1918: WWI Draft Registration Card: ser# 82, order# 74, Hans Alfred Olson, residence 2 Morristown, MN. age; 33, DOB; March 16, 1885, Employed as lumberman at Lambert Lumber Co., Morristown, Rice, Minn., Nearest relative; Mable Olson, 2 Morristown, Rice, Minn.

6. Found in the 1920 U.S Census Minnesota, Rice Co., Morristown Village, district 124, p. 13B, State Road, age 34

7. Found in the 1926 Morristown, MN city directory; Loader, Big Diamond Mills

8. Found in the 1929 Morristown, MN city directory; Sewer, Big Diamond Mills

9. Found in the 1930 U.S Census Minnesota, Rice Co., Morristown Village, T625, Roll 1124, p. 198, p. 3A, age 45, rents $17, with radio, and wife Mabel M. (45), and children, Viola M. (20), Helen M. (13), Louis A. (15), Irene M. (9), Margaret L. (7), Ruth E. (4) and Ardella (1/12)
Living next house from Parents in law

10. Found in the 1936, 1939, 1945, 1948 Morristown, MN city directory; sp. Mabel, Labor

11. Found in the 1940 U.S Census Minnesota (17 Apr '40), Rice Co., Morristown, ed 66-19, sheet 8A, age 55, b. Minn, rents 10$, ED; 7, with wife Mabel(55) children; Irene(19), Margret(17), Ruth(13), and Eleanor(10)

12. WWII Draft Registration Card; ser# 163, Hans Alfred Olson, Residence; Morristown, Rice, Minn., age;57, POB; Norway, DOB; Mar. 16, 1885, Name & Address of person who will always know your address; Mrs Mabel Olson, morristown, Minn., Employer; Village of Morristown, Rice, Minn., Height; 5' 10 1/2", Weight; 195, Eyes; blue-gray, Hair; gray, signed at board 1, Rice, Minn., April 27, 1942

13. Found in the 1945, 1948 Morristown, MN city directory; sp. Mabel, Labor

14. Obit:
Hans Olson, 76, former Morristown resident, passed away in Los Angeles, Calif., on Tuesday, Jan. 9. Funeral services will be held Friday afternoon in Los Angeles. He is survived by his widow; two sons, William of rural Morristown, Lewis of Los Angeles; six daughters, Mrs. Gerald Rose, (Viola) St. Paul, Mrs. Armand Hanson, (Helen) of Faribault, Mrs. Arthur Drewitz, (Irene), Los Angeles, Mrs. Chester Schrader, (Margaret), Dundas, Mrs. John Hornaday (Ruth), North Carolina and Mrs. Harold Saufferer (Eleanor) Morristown. Four children preceded him in death. (11 Jan 1962, Faribault Daily News)


Notes:
1. Extract from World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918: Name: Hans Alfred Olson City: Faribault County: Rice State: Minnesota Birth date: 16 Mar 1885 Race: white Citizenship: by father Roll: 1675779 Draft board: 0 Address: 2 Morristown, Rice, Minnesota Occupation: laborer in lumber yard Employer: Lampert Lumber Company Where employed: Morristown, Rice, Minnesota Nearest relative: Mable Olson - wife Address: 2 Morristown, Rice, Minnesota Age: 33 Height: tall Build: medium Eyes: gray Hair: dark Disability: none Date: 12 Sep 1918
2. My Hitchcock Heritage, Author: Jenny Kucera, Publication: February 13, 2000
The Hitchcock Family Tree states "death 1962-3 in California" and lists an alternate name, "Hans Alfred Olsen". His sister Bergithe's obituary lists him as "Hans Olson" of Los Angeles.

3. Birth: Mar. 16, 1885, Terrak, Nordland fylke, Norway

They had the following children:

  393 F i Ruth I Olson was born 1 on 23 Apr 1908 in St. Louis Co., MN. She died 2 on 3 Oct 1910 in St. Louis Co., MN.

1. Found in the 1910 U.S Census Minnesota, St. Louis Co., New Independence, Roll T624_723, p. 3B, Dis 215, image 520, age 1 11/12
+ 394 F ii Viola May Olson
  395 M iii Ralph Ervin Olson was born 1 on 6 Dec 1912 in Duluth, St Louis Co., MN. He died 2 on 6 Jul 1937 in Morristown, Rice Co., MN.

1. Found in the 1920 U.S Census Minnesota, Rice Co., Morristown Village, district 124, p. 13B, State Road, age 7

2. Found in the 1930 U.S Census Minnesota, Rice Co., Morristown Twnshp, sheet 5B, age 17, border at the home of Fred Meschke, farm laborer


Family Notes;
1. Had been missing for three months, car found on Meschke farm, Ralph found dead to self-inflicted gun shot.
+ 396 M iv William Nicholas Olson
+ 397 M v Lewis Alfred Olson
  398 M vi Frederick Olson was born 1 on 23 Jul 1916 in Industrial, St. Louis Co., MN. He died 2 on 23 Jul 1916 in Industrial, St. Louis Co., MN.

1. OLSON FREDERICK 7/23/1916 death cert. 7084 INDUSTRIAL, MN
+ 399 F vii Helen Margaret Olson
+ 400 F viii Irene Emily Olson
+ 401 F ix Margaret "Peggy" Esther Olson
+ 402 F x Ruth Lillian Olson
+ 403 F xi Eleanor Idella Olson

170. Onie Belle Dean (Rosa Orpha Henry , Elizabeth {Rebecca} Sutton , Daniel , Philpot John ) was born 1 on 21 Apr 1886 in Morristown, Rice Co., MN. She died 2 on 29 Jan 1973 in Minneapolis Hennepin Co., MN.

1. Found in the 1895 Minnesota State Census, Rice Co., Morristown, p. 17, sched 4, William H., 41, Rosa O., 38, Stella E. 16, John O., 14, Walter E., 12, Mabel M., 10, Onie Bell 9, Hattie E., 6, Eathel M., 3, Herbert E., 1.

2. Found in the 1900 U.S Census Minnesota, Rice Co., Morristown, district 154, sheet 14, William H. (45) June 1854, age 1st mar. 22, and Rosa O. (43) Jan 1857, age 1st mar. 22, 9 of 9 children, Walter E. (17) Sept 1882, John O. (19) Nov 1880, Mabel M. (15) Oct 1884, Onie B. (14) Apr 1886, Hattie E. (11) Oct 1888, Ethel M. (8) July 1891, Herbert E. (6) Mar 1894 and Earl W. (3) Apr 1897

3. 1903: Temple-Dean "Mr. Cecil Warren Temple, son of Mr. and Mrs JP Temple and Miss Onie Bell Dean, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W H Dean were quietly married at the court house at Faribault last Tuesday by Hon. T S Buckham. The Press joins with their many friends in extending congratulations". (Morristown Press, 22 Jan 1903, p. 1)

4. FARIBAULT, MINN. - Cecil W. Temple and Miss Belle Dean, both of Morristown, were married. (The Minneapolis Journal, Jan. 22, 1903, p. 10)

5. Found in the 1905 Minnesota State Census, Rice Co., Morristown, dis 11, sheet 10, R.F.D. No. 2, Cecil W. 23, Onie Belle 19, Earl W., 2.

6. Found in the 1910 U.S Census Minnesota, Rice Co., Morristown, district 121, sheet 10A, age 24

7. Found in the 1920 U.S Census Minnesota, Hennepin Co., Minneapolis, T625, Roll 832, p. 200, wd-2, sheet 15B, Rents at 5th Ave SE, age 33

8. Found in the 1930 U.S Census Minnesota, Hennepin Co., Minneapolis, district 15, sheet 16B, age 43

9. Found in the 1940 U.S Census Minnesota, Hennepin Co., Minneapolis, wd-2, (6 Apr '40), ED 89-21, sheet 5B, 217 Fifth Av., Southeast, rents $ 25, age 53, b. Minn, ed; 8, with husband Cecile (58) and children Earl (36), Gerald (21), Wesley (18) and Donna (16)

10. ONIE B. TEMPLE DIED ON JANUARY 29
Onie B Temple, 86 daughter of Rose Henry and Will Dean of Morristown died Monday January 29 in Minneapolis. She was married to Cecil Temple and they lived in Morristown on a farm. They moved to Minneapolis in 1910. She is survived by two daughters, Mrs Evelyn Wolfe of Minneapolis and Mrs. Christian (Donna Mae) of California, five sons, Earl Temple of Waterville, Marland, Gerlad, Walter and Wesley of Minneapolis. Thirty-two grandchildren, 36 great grandchildren, one brother Walter Dean and several nieces and nephews.
Services were held Thursday, February 1 at 2:30 pm at Billmen-Hunt Chapel in Minneapolis. Interment was at Sunset Memorial Park. (1973)

Onie married 1 Cecil Warren Temple on 13 Jan 1903 in Faribault, Rice Co., MN. Cecil was born on 7 Aug 1881 in Morristown, Rice Co., MN. He died 2 on 19 Apr 1953 in Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., MN.

1. Son of Jonathan Peterson Temple and Rhoda Diantha Osborn. (Brother of Lewis Temple)

2. Jonathan Peterson Temple, a retired farmer of Morristown, Minn., is a native of St. Lawrence county, New York, and is the second of a family of six children born to Jacob and Lucy (Eddy) Temple. The father, who was a homeopathic physician, was born at Heath, Mass., March 6, 1812. He married December 31, 1834, his wife being a daughter of Leonard and Phoebe Eddy, of Coloraine, Mass. Dr. Temple went to St. Lawrence county, New York, in 1835 and practiced farming there till 1854, when he moved with his family to Mason City, Ill. Eleven years later he settled in Morristown, Minn., where he practiced medicine, and there died, February 16, 1884. Both Dr. Temple and his wife were active members of the Baptist denomination, she uniting with the church in 1831, at Coloraine, and his membership extending over a period of more than fifty years; and in the churches of the different places where he lived he served in the various offices of clerk, trustee, deacon, etc. The mother died January 30, 1891, and her body rests beside that of her husband, in the Morristown cemetery. Dr. Temple was a member of the Masonic order. Of their six children, the eldest, David A., was born June 10, 1836, and died at Morristown. The third child, Phoebe Olive, was born September 12, 1841, and on January 1, 1861, was mar- ried to Sterling R. Hess, and lives in Mason City, Ill.; Lucy Belinda, born December 19, 1844, was married December 30, 1863, to Elisha O. Hess, and lives at Mason City, Ill.; Marshall Allen, born November 14, 1846, in Rice county, Minnesota, lives in Dundas, and Judson C., the youngest, born October 12, 1850, is employed as accountant with the Duluth and Iron Range Railroad Company. Our subject acquired his education in his native place, and at Mason City, whither the family removed in 1854. In 1862 he enlisted in Company C, Eighty-fifth Regiment, Illinois Volunteer Infantry, and served till the close of the Civil War. On his return home he engaged in farming. In the spring of 1869 Mr. Temple moved from Mason City to Rice county, Minnesota, settling on a farm he purchased, in the northwest corner of Morristown township, but two years later he bought a store and moved into the village of Morristown, and for twelve years was engaged in clerking. During that time the village received its first charter, and Mr. Temple was chairman of the council, after which he resumed farming, and continued it until his removal to the village in the fall of 1891. He then had charge of the elevator for seven years, and was postmaster for five years. Mr. Temple has always been more or less active in public affairs and has served in numerous official positions. He has been chairman of the township board, also served as clerk, assessor and school treasurer, and in 1906 was president of the village council, having held this office several times previously. In 1888 he was elected to the state legislature and served one term. In religious faith he is affiliated with the Baptist denomination and has served in the various church offices of trustee, clerk, etc. On January 1, 1861, Mr. Temple married Diantha Osborn, who was born in Steuben county, New York, in 1835. They have had a family of eight children, of whom Ida, the eldest, born September 27, 1861, is married to Lewis Youells; Arthur, born April 15, 1866, died in Washington, D. C.; Lewis, born January 8, 1868, lives on the home farm; Irwin Osborn was born October 7, 1869; Rollin, born November 16, 1871, died in California, December 22, 1896; Vernon, born August 15, 1878, lives on the family homestead; Gertrude, born January 15, 1878, is married to William Davis, and lives at Fergus Falls; and Cecil, the youngest, born August 7, 1881, is a farmer in Morristown township. (HISTORY OF RICE & STEELE COUNTIES VOL I & II 1910)

3. Found in the 1885 Minnesota state census, Rice Co., Morristown, p. 22, age 3, with parents John P. and Dianthy.

4. Found in the 1895 Minnesota state census, Rice Co., Morristown, p. 5, age 13, with parents Jonathan P. and Diantha Temple.

5. Found in the 1900 U.S. Census Minnesota, Rice Co., Morristown, district 154, sheet 6A, age 18, living at home with parents.

6. A TERRIBLE CATASTROPHE
A Village in Minnesota is Struck by a Cyclone and Numbers Killed and Injured.
Faribault, Minn., Sept. 24 - Meager details have just reached here of a terrible catastrophe which visited the village of Morristown, ten miles west of here, shortly before 6 o'clock this evening. The village was struck by a cyclone and a barn was raised in the air and dropped directly on top of Paul Gatzke's saloon, where sixteen persons had taken refuge from the storm. The saloon collapesed and all occupants were buried in the debris. ... After leaving the saloon the storm crossed the street and destroyed the barn of J. P. Temple and took the roof from the barn of W. M. Bigoli. ... (The Dallas Morning News, Dallas, TX 25 Sept 1900)

7. Found in the 1903 Morristown, MN. city directory; Laborer, East 1st St., cor Franklin

8. 1903: Temple-Dean "Mr. Cecil Warren Temple, son of Mr. and Mrs J P Temple and Miss Onie Bell Dean, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W H Dean were quietly married at the court house at Faribault last Tuesday by Hon. T S Buckham. The Press joins with their many friends in extending congratulations". (Morristown Press, 22 Jan 1903, p. 1)

9. Found in the 1905 Minnesota state census, Rice Co., Morristown, dis 11, sheet 10, R.F.D. No. 2, Cecil W. 23, Onie Belle 19, Earl W., 2.

10. Found in the Rice County Farmers Directory section 13 1907 Morristown; Temple, Cecil W.

11. Found in the 1910 U.S Census Minnesota, Rice Co., Morristown, district 121, sheet 10A, age 28

12. There is a Cecil W. Temple in the 1914 Minneapolis city directory; "smutter r 31 Maple pl", (Davison's Minneapolis city directory : vol. XLII, 1914 )

13. Found in the 1916 Minneapolis, MN. city directory; Temple Cecil W lab r 163 Nicollet N I (p. 2090)

14. Found in the 1918 Minneapolis, MN. city directory; Temple Cecil lab r 215 5th av S E (p. 1716)

15. 1918; WWI Draft Registration Card: ser.# 1798, Cecil Warren Temple, residence at 215 5th Av. SE, Minneapolis, Hennepin, Minnesota, age 37, DOB: Aug. 7, 1881, employed as Fireman at Pillsbury Flour Mill, nearest relative; Mrs. Onie Bell Temple, (same address), height; medium, build; slender, eyes; gray, hair; lt brown, signed Sep. 12, 1918 at Minneapolis, Minneosta.

16. Found in the 1920 U.S Census Minnesota, Hennepin Co., Minneapolis, T625, Roll 832, p. 200, wd-2, sheet 15B, Rents at 5th Ave SE, age 37

17. Found in the 1922 Minneapolis, MN. city directory; Temple Cecil W lab r 215 5th av S E (p. 2007)

18. Found in the 1923 Minneapolis, MN. city directory; Temple Cecil W lab r 215 5th av S E (p. 2173)

19. Found in the 1930 U.S Census Minnesota, Hennepin Co., Minneapolis, district 15, sheet 16B, Rents at 5th Ave SE, age 48

20. Found in the 1940 U.S Census Minnesota, Hennepin Co., Minneapolis, wd-2, (6 Apr '40), ED 89-21, sheet 5B, 217 Fifth Av., Southeast, rents $ 25, age 58, b. Minn, ed; 4, with wife Onie (53) and children Earl (36), Gerald (21), Wesley (18) and Donna (16). Assistant plumber at flour mill.

21. WWII Draft Registration Card; ser# 1632, Cecil Warren Temple, Residence; 217 5th Ave S. E. Mpls, Henn., Minn., age;60, POB; Morristown, Minn., DOB; Aug. 7, 1881, Name & Address of person who will always know your address; Mrs Cecil Warren Temple, 217 5th Ave SE Mpls, Employer; Pillsbury Flour Mills, 3rd Ave S.E. + Main St., Mpls Henn Minn., Height;5'9", Weight; 200, Eyes; blue, Hair; brown, signed at board 2, Mpls, Minn., April 25, 1942

22. Obit: Funeral services for Cecil W. Temple, 71, of Minneapolis, formerly of Morristown, were held at the Billman-Hunt Chapel in Minneapolis Wednesday, April 22 at 3 p.m. Mr. Temple passed away at General hospital in Minneapolis Monday, April 20 after an extended illness. Interment was in Sunset cemetery in Minneapolis. He is survived by his wife, Onie; two daughters, Mrs. Rene Wolfe and Mrs. Florian Christian; five sons, Earl, Marland, Gerald, Walter and Wesley; 22 grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. Gertrude Davis and two brothers, Louis of Morristown and Vern of Arcadia, Calif. Among the relatives who attended the service were Mrs. L. E. Temple of Morristown, Lyle Temple, Ralph Temple and Herb Dean, all of Faribault, and John Dean of Hastings. (Faribault Daily News, Apr. 27, 1953)

They had the following children:

  404 M i Earl Warren Temple was born 1 on 12 Apr 1903 in Morristown, Rice Co., MN. He died 2 on 26 Jul 1982 in Waterville, Rice Co., MN.

1. Found in the 1905 Minnesota State Census, Rice Co., Morristown, dis 11, sheet 10, R.F.D. No. 2, Cecil W. 23, Onie Belle 19, Earl W. 2.

2. Found in the 1910 U.S Census Minnesota, Rice Co., Morristown, district 121, sheet 10A, age 7

3. Found in the 1920 U.S Census Minnesota, Hennepin Co., Minneapolis, T625, Roll 832, p. 200, wd-2, sheet 15B, at 5th Ave SE, age 16, at home with parents.

4. Found in the 1923 Minneapolis, MN. city directory; Temple Earl W baker Loose-Wiles Biscuit Co b 215 5th av S E (p. 2173)

5. Found in the 1930 U.S Census Minnesota, Hennepin Co., Minneapolis, district 15, sheet 16B, age 26

6. Found in the 1940 U.S Census Minnesota, Hennepin Co., Minneapolis, wd-2, (6 Apr '40), ED 89-21, sheet 5B, 217 Fifth Av., Southeast, age 36, b. Minn, ed; 8, with parents; Cecile (58)(rents $25) and Onie (53) and siblings; Gerald (21), Wesley (18) and Donna (16)

7. 1942: WWII Draft Registration card; Earl Warren Temple, ser# 136, address: 217 5th Ave. SE Mpls, Hen, Minn., Mailing address: same, age; 39, DOB; 12 April 1903, POB; Morristown, Minn., Name and address of person who will always know your address; Onie Temple, 217 5th Ave. S.E. Mpls, Minn., Employer; Loose Wiles Biscuit Co., 701 Wash No-Mpls., Place of employment; 701 Wash Ave So Mpls, Hen, Minn., race; white, height; 5’ 11”, weight; 165, eyes; Blue, hair; Blonde, Faint scar heel of left hand, Local Board No. 2, Minneapolis, Hennepin County, Minn., 16 Feb 1942.

8. 1942-1945; Served as a coxswain in the US Navy.

9. 1943: Found in the WWII U.S Navy Muster Rolls, Temple, Earl W. service number: 639-40-69, on the USS Downes (DD375), commisioned at Navy Yard, Ware Island, CA., Muster Roll of the crew, enlisted; 23 Sep 1942, came on board 15 Nov 1943, 31 Dec 1943

10. 1944: Found in the WWII U.S Navy Muster Rolls, of the USS Franklin (CV-13), enlisted; 23 Sep 1942, Minneapolis, Minn., 11 Nov 1944

11. 1944: Found in the WWII U.S Navy Muster Rolls, Temple, Earl W. service number: 639-40-69, on the USS Downes (DD375), from 31 Oct. to 20 Nov. 1944, sailing from Ulithi Atoll, Caroline Islands.

12. Obit: Earl Temple, 79, Waterville, died Monday, July 26, at home. Services will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday in Holy Trinity Catholic Church, Waterville. Interment will be in Calvary Cemetery, Faribault. Visitation will be 2 to 9 p.m. Tuesday in Prosch Funeral Home, Waterville, with parish prayers at 7:30 p.m. He was born in Morristown April 12, 1903, served in the Navy and is a veteran of World War II. He worked for Sunshine Biscuit Co. of Minneapolis for 40 years. He married Lucy Murphy Dec. 11, 1941. He is survived by his wife; three brothers, Marland, Walter and Wesley Temple, all of Minneapolis; and two sisters, Mrs. Evelyn Wolfe of Minneapolis and Mrs. Donna Christian of California. (Faribault Daily News, July 27, 1982)
        Earl married 1 Lucy Margaret Murphy on 11 Dec 1941. Lucy was born 2 on 25 Jul 1910 in Shieldsville, Rice Co., MN. She died 3 on 27 Jun 1999 in Waseca, Waseca Co., MN.

1. Daughter of John W. Murphy and Lucy E. Collins.
BOOK - RICE COUNTY FAMILIES. PUB. 1981 JOHN WILLIAM MURPHY FAMILY John (Ted) Murphy maried Lucy Edith Collins from Geneseo, Illinois and lived on the home farm until his declining health forced the family to move to Faribault. Ted was a violinist and entertained at many social functions in the community. Daughters, Mrs. George Catherine Ann Kinniry born December 26, 1904, and Mrs. Earl Lucy Margaret Temple born July 25, 1908, both live in Waterville. The youngest son Joseph Hubert born July 13, 1923, was injured by a a Land Mine while serving in Germany in World War II and is now residing in Hastings, MInnesota. John Patrick, born August 10, 1912, was a plumber for E. J. Duffney Plumbing for nine years. He married Irene Marie Markson, Steele County, at the Immaculate Conception Church, January 31, 1940. During the war they spent four years at: Bremerton, Washington, Macomb, Illinois, and Camp McCoy, Wisconins. John also worked at Cody, Wyoming, building the relocation camp to house the Japanese American Citizens from the Seattle, Washington area. The Murphys moved back to Faribault in 1945, and John worked for P. J. Gallagher and Sons until his death in August 1946, of Poliomyelities. Daughter Irene Marie born August 31, 1942, in Owatonna, Married Arthur R. Cloutier at the Sacred Heart Church, December 27, 1965. They have a daughter Julie Ann born at Dickison, North Dakota, October 10, 1966, and a son Rene Arthur born at Jackson, Wyoming, April 2, 1968. They are living at Page, Arizona, near the Glen Canyon Dam, on the Colorado River, where Arthur is an Interpretive Naturalist with the National Park Service. Marie teaches fourth grade, and nearly half of her students are Native American Indians, who may ride the school bus as far as 50 miles, one way, each day. Joyce Margaret born January 8, 1945 in Minneapolis, married Michael A. Rief of Buffalo, at the Immaculate Conception Church, November 26, 1966. They have a daughter Michele Marie born in St. Paul, January 8, 1969. The two sons are: Steven Michael born in St. Paul, November 19, 1970, and Bradley Raymond born in Minneapolis, February 21, 1974. Michael, a Lieutenant Commander in the Naval Reserve, is an accountant with Control Data Corporation. Joyce will graduate in June 1981, with a Master’s Degree in Counseling, from St. Could State University. they live at Buffalo, MInnesota.

- Mrs. John W. Murphy, 432 University Avenue, Minneapolis, a former resident of Faribault passed away at her home last Wednesday, March 13 at 8:10 p. m. A solemn high mass of requiem was celebrated at the Immaculate Conception church, Faribault, by the pastor, The Rev. J. P. Foley on Saturday morning at 10:00 o'clock. The pall bearers were three nephews, John Collins, Geneseo, Ill., Joseph Murphy, MInneapolis; Leo Murphy, Shieldsville; Daniel Culhane of Faribault; Thomas Shortall and Joseph Madden of Shieldsville. Roy Hunt of Minneapolis conducted the services and burial was held at Calvary cemetery. Daughter of the late John S. Collins and Catherine Collins of Geneseo, Ill., she was born on December 10, 1875. On February 15, 1904 she was united in marriage to John W. Murphy of Kilkenny. She made her home in Shieldsville township for 28 years before moving to Faribault where she resided for nine years. For the past five years she had resided in MInneapolis. She is survived by her husband; two daughters, Mrs. George L. Kinniry of Waterville; Mrs. Earl W. Temple of Minneapolis; two sons, John P. Murphy of Faribault and J. Hubert Murphy in Minneapolis; four grandchildren, Eloda and Patricia Kinniry; Marie and Joyce Murphy and one grandson, John Kinniry; one sister, Mrs. Nell Rink of Moline, Ill., and three brothers, Dennis and John Collins of Geneseo, Ill., and Dr. J. S. Collins of Wabasha. Those from away attending the funeral included Dr. J. F. Collins, Wabasha; Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Collins, and son, John of Geneseo, Ill., a niece, Miss Ruth Rink of Chicago; Pearl Murphy, St. Paul; Margaret Baggot, Irene Murphy and Mrs. Violet Benethen of Minneapolis, Mayme and William Murphy of Kilkenny, Mrs. Frances Huff, Thomas Murphy and son, Leo, of Shieldsville. (Mar 1946)

- Funeral services for John (Ted) Murphy were held June 29 at the Billman-Hunt Mortuary and the Incarnation Catholic Church in Minneapolis with the Rev. Father R. Welsch officiating. Pallbearers were George Kinniry of Waterville, Earl Temple and R. J. Murphy of Minneapolis, John Kinniry of Kilkenny, Harvey Perkins and Charles Perkins of Burnsville. Interment was made in the family lot in Calvary Cemetery. Faribault, with the Rev. Father George Kinney conducting the graveside prayers. Mr. Murphy was born Nov. 25, 1874, in Faribault, the son of Irish immigrant parents John and Margaret Brown Murphy. The family later moved to Kilkenny where he grew to manhood. Mr. Murphy was united in marriage to Lucy E. Collins of Geneseo, Ill., on Feb. 15, 1903. They resided in the Kilkenny-Shieldsville area for many years prior to moving to Faribault and in 1941 the family moved to Minneapolis. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. George (Catherine) Kinniry of Waterville and Mrs. Earl (Lucy) Temple of Minneapolis, with whom Mr. Murphy made his home since 1946; one son, Hubert of Minneapolis; one daughter-in-law, Mrs. John (Irene) Murphy of Faribault and one brother, William Murphy of Kilkenny. He was preceded in death by his spouse and one son, John in 1946, three sisters, three brothers and one great-granddaughter. Five grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren also survive. Mr. Murphy passed away at the Fair Oaks Nursing Home in Minneapolis on June 27, 1967.

2. Found in the 1920 U.S Census Minnesota, Rice Co., Shieldsville, T625, Roll 856, p. 265, sheet 5A, age 9, at home with parents.

3. Found in the 1930 U.S Census Minnesota, Rice Co., Shieldsville, T626, Roll 1124, p. 268, sheet 5B, age 19, at home with parents.

4. Found in the 1936 Faribault, MN. city directory; Murphy, Lucille M., Saleswomen, David Ravitch, 517 NW 4 St.

5. Found in the 1939 Faribault, MN. city directory; Murphy, Lucy M., Order Manager, Sears Roebuck & Co., 520 NW 6 St.

6. Found in the 1940 U.S Census Minnesota, Rice Co., Faribault, wd-2 (10 Apr '40) ED 66-10, sheet 7B, 520 ???, age 29, b. Minn., ed; H2, with parents; J.W. (65) (rents $35) and Lucy (64)

7. Obit: Lucy M. Temple, 88, formerly of Waterville, died Sunday, June 27, 1999, at the Lake Shore Inn Nursing Home, Waseca. Funeral services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday in Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Waseca, with the Rev. John Kunz officiating. Burial will follow at Calvary Cemetery, Faribault. Visitation will be held one hour before services Wednesday at the church. Born in Rice County on July 25, 1910, she was the daughter of John and Lucy (Collins) Murphy. She attended rural Rice County school and graduated from Bethlehem Academy in Faribault. Following her schooling, she worked in retail in Faribault and Minneapolis. She married Earl W. Temple on Dec. 11, 1941, in Minneapolis. They moved to Waterville in 1968. Following her husbands death, she moved to Waseca in 1984. She had worked as manager for 30 years at the Columbia Department Store in Minneapolis. She was a member of Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Waseca and was a lifetime member of the Waterville VFW Auxiliary. She is survived by one nephew, John (and Barb) Kinniry of Kilkenny; four nieces, Catherine Perkins of Lakeville, Pat (and Marlin) Kritzer of Waterville, MN. Marie (and Art) Cloutier of Page, Ariz., and Joyce (and Mike) Rief of Buffalo; and many great-nieces and great-nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband in 1982; two brothers, John Murphy and J. Hubert Murphy; and one sister, Catherine Kinniry. Arrangements are by the Prosch-Dennis Funeral Home, Waterville. (Faribault Daily News, June 29, 1999)
+ 405 M ii Marland Glen Temple
+ 406 F iii Evelyn Muriel Temple
+ 407 M iv Gerald "Jerry" Cecil Temple
+ 408 M v Walter Eldon Temple
+ 409 M vi Wesley "Wes" Rolland Temple
+ 410 F vii Donna Marie Temple

173. Herbert Edward Dean (Rosa Orpha Henry , Elizabeth {Rebecca} Sutton , Daniel , Philpot John ) was born 1 on 23 Mar 1894 in Morristown, Rice Co., MN. He died 2 on 7 Oct 1968 in Faribault, Rice Co., MN.

1. Found in the 1895 Minnesota State Census, Rice Co., Morristown, p. 17, sched 4, William H., 41, Rosa O., 38, Stella E. 16, John O., 14, Walter E., 12, Mabel M., 10, Onie Bell 9, Hattie E., 6, Eathel M., 3, Herbert E., 1.

2. Found in the 1900 U.S Census Minnesota, Rice Co., Morristown, district 154, sheet 14, William H. (45) June 1854, age 1st mar. 22, and Rosa O. (43) Jan 1857, age 1st mar. 22, 9 of 9 children, Walter E. (17) Sept 1882, John O. (19) Nov 1880, Mabel M. (15) Oct 1884, Onie B. (14) Apr 1886, Hattie E. (11) Oct 1888, Ethel M. (8) July 1891, Herbert E. (6) Mar 1894 and Earl W. (3) Apr 1897

3. Found in the 1905 Minnesota State Census, Rice Co., Morristown, dis 11, sheet 16, William H., Rosa O., Hattie E., Ethel M., Herbert E., William E.

4. Found in the 1910 U.S Census Minnesota, Rice Co., Morristown, district 121, sheet 18B, age 16

5. Found in the 1911 Morristown, MN city directory; East 1st St., 1 N Bloomer, farmer

6. 1917: WWI Draft Registration card: Dean Herbert E. age 23, address: Morristown, Minn., DOB: 23 Mar. 1894, Are you natural born citizen? Yes, POB: Morristown, Minn., Occp: Farm laborer, at Chesley Markell, Near Archer, Montana, single, caucasion, Claim Exemption: No. Tall, Medium build, stout, dark brown eyes, dark brown hair, signed Herbert E. Dean, 5 June 1917, Morristown, Minnesota.

7. US Army WWI Transport: Passenger List, Hoboken New Jersey, Kronland, 23rd Provisional Ordnance Depot Company, sailed 15 June 1918 from Hoboken, New Jersey; Dean, Herbert Edward, 1.867.281, PVT, ORD, Mr. William H. Dean, father, Morristown, Minn. (sheet 4)

8. US Army WWI Transport: Passenger List, Marseille, France, SS Pres Wilson, Ordnance Casual Company #59, sailed 3 Jul 1919 from Marseille, France, to Camp Merritt, Brooklynn, NY, 17 July 1919; Dean, Herbert E., 1.867.281, PVT, ORD CAS Co #59, Mr. William H. Dean, father, Morristown, Minn. (sheet 5, class 3)

9. Found in the 1920 U.S Census Minnesota, Rice Co., Morristown, T625, Roll 856, p. 187, district 3, sheet# 13A, 1st Ave East, age 25, at home with parents.

10. Found in the 1921 Morristown, MN city directory; East 3rd St., Helper, Morristown Co-operative Creamery

11. Found in the 1926 Morristown, MN city directory; Moved to Faribault.

12. Found in the 1926 Faribault, MN city directory; Attndt, school for feeble minded

13. Found in the 1929 Faribault, MN city directory; 710 Rice St., Labor

14. Found in the 1930 U.S Census Minnesota, Rice Co., Morristown Village, rents Francis St., age 36

15. Found in the 1936, 1939, Faribault, MN city directory; sp. Lyra M., Labor, C R I & P Railroad

16. Found in the 1940 U.S census Minnesota, Rice Co., Faribault wd-4, (17 Apr 1940), ED 66-13B, sheet 6B, 710 Rice St., owns $1500, age 46, POB; Wisconsin, ed 8, with wife Lyra M. (43) and children; Vera Mae (18) and Kenneth E. (12)

17. WWII Draft Registration Card; ser# 1552, Herbert Edward Dean, Residence; 710 Rice St., Faribault, Rice, Minn., age;48, POB; Morristown, Minn., DOB; March 23, 1894, Name & Address of person who will always know your address; Mrs Lyra Dean, same, Employer; C. R. I+R Ry, Faribault, Rice, Minn., Height; 5'9", Weight; 165, Eyes; brown, Hair; gray, signed at board 1, Rice, Minn., April 26, 1942

18. Found in the 1945, 1948, 1950, 1953, 1955, 1957, 1959, 1960, 1962, Faribault MN city directory; sp. Lyra M., Labor, C R I & P Railroad

19. Found in the 1964, 1965, 1967 Faribault, MN city directory; sp. Lyra M., Retired

20. Obit: Herbert E. Dean, age 74, a resident of 710 Rice St., passed away at the St. Lucas Convalescent and Geriatric Care Center in Faribault on Monday morning, Oct. 7, following an extended illness. Funeral services will be held at the Fourth Avenue United Methodist Church in Faribault on Wednesday afternoon, Oct. 9, at 2 p.m., with the Rev. Dr. George Butters officiating. Interment will be made in the family lot in the Meadow Ridge Memorial Park Cemetery in Faribault. Veterans military rites will be provided at the cemetery by members of the veterans service organizations of Faribault. Mr. Dean is survived by his widow, Myrtle; by a son, Kenneth Dean of Faribault; by a daughter, Mrs. Joseph Kausek (Vera) of St. Paul; by two grandchildren, James and Brenda Dean; by two sisters, Mrs. Mabel Olson of California and Mrs. Onie Temple of Minneapolis; by a brother, Walter Dean of Phoenix, Ariz.; by a number of nieces, nephews and by other relatives. Mr. Dean had been employed for many years with the Rock Island railroad until his retirement in 1959. He was a member of the Methodist Church, the Faribault Barracks No. 949 Veterans of World War I, the American Legion Post 43 of Faribault and the Legion Last Man's Club of World War I. Friends may call at the Parker Funeral Home Tuesday afternoon and evening and on Wednesday morning. (Morristown Press, Oct 10, 1968)

21. Obit: Funeral services for Herb Dean were held at the Fourth Avenue United Methodist Church in Faribault on Wednesday,Oct. 9, with the Rev. Dr. George A. Butters, pastor of the church, officiating. Ervin Boelke sang "In The Garden" and "How Great Thou Art" accompanied by Mrs. Lester Nichols, organist. Pallbearers were nephews of Mr. Dean and included Earl Young of Faribault, Orville Young of Medford, Kenneth Temple and Walter Temple of Minneapolis, James Hamblin of Northfield and Forest Downhauer of Morristown. Interment was made in the family lot in the Meadow Ridge Memorial Park Cemetery in Faribault. Memorial services were conducted at the Parker Funeral Home on Tuesday evening by members of the Faribault Barracks No. 949 Veterans of World War I. The Barracks members also attended the services at the church in a body and provided a guard of honor at the cemetery. Included were the following: Edward E. Peterson, John N. Roell Sr., Otto Goertz, Joseph Frederickson, Carl Frydenlund and Albert Benson. Military rites were provided at the cemetery by members of the Veterans service organizations of Faribault. Included were the following: Commander, Tom Taylor; Color Bearers, Frank Miller and Julius Larson; Color Guards, Everett Brendemuehl and Marvin Morgan; Firing Squad, Ralph King and Sylvester Fiebiger; Bugler, Roger Koopman and Escort, Otto Frederickson. Relatives and friends attending the services from away were from: St. Paul, Minneapolis, Medford, Menomonee Falls, Wis., Milwaukee, Wis., Waverly, Iowa; Rochester, Waterville, Kilkenny, Northfield, Morristown, Dundas, Stillwater and Rosemount. Herbert Edward Dean, the son of William and Rose Henry Dean, was born at his parents farm home at North Morristown on March 23, 1894. He attended the public schools in that vicinity and grew to young manhood there. During World War I, he served with the American Expeditionary Force in France. Following the war, he was discharged at Camp Dodge, Iowa and returned to Morristown. On April 30, 1920, he was united in marriage to Myrlte Robinson at Faribault. Following their marriage they resided in Montana and later in Wyoming for several years, returning then to Faribault at which time Mr. Dean began a long career with the Rock Island Railroad. He was employed for 32 years with the Des Moines division, serving many of those years as a maintenance man for the railroad. He retired from that work in 1959 and has since made his home in Faribault. Mr. Dean passed away at the St. Lucas Convalescent and Geriatric Care Center in Faribault on Monday Oct. 7 following an extended illness. He is survived by his widow, Myrtle, by a son Kenneth Dean of Faribault, by a daughter, Mrs. Joseph Kausek (Vera) of St. Paul; by two grandchildren, James and Brenda Dean; by two sisters, Mrs. Mabel Olson of Cudahy, Calif., and Mrs. Onie Temple of Minneapolis; by a brother Walter Dean of Phoenix, Ariz., by a number of nieces, nephews and by other relatives. He was preceded in death by his parents and by three sisters, Mrs. Stella Downhauer, Mrs. Ethel Chapman and Esther Dean and by two brothers John and Earl Dean. Mr. Dean was a long-time member of the Methodist Church. He was also a life member of the American Legion Post 43 of Faribault, and a member of the Last Man's Club of World War I of Post 43. He was also a member of the Faribault Barracks No. 949 Veterans of World War I. (Faribault Daily News, Oct. 16, 1968)

Herbert married 1 Lyra "Myrtle" Robinson on 30 Apr 1920 in Faribault, Rice Co., MN. Lyra was born on 1 Sep 1896 in Templeton, Waukesha Co., WI. She died 2 on 5 Jan 1979 in Owatonna, Steele Co., MN.

1. Daughter of William J. Robinson and Mary Kemp.
- Mrs. Elmer Young received word of the death of her father William J. Robinson which occurred Nov. 18, at the home of his son John Robinson, Milltown, Wis. A complete obituary will be published later. (Nov 1921)

- Robinson, a former resident of Templeton, died at the home his son John, at Milltown Nov. 18. He was about 73 years age. Funeral services were held at Sussex, the Rev. Mr. Calkins officiating. Interment was at the Rose Hill cemetery. Mr. Robinson is survived by two sons, John and Clarence of Milltown, five daughters, Mrs. Annie Krause of this place, Minnie Young, Lucille Young of Faribault, Minn.; Mrs. Nellie Schuman at Caspar, Wyo., and Mrs. Myrtle Dean of Morristown, Minn. (Dec. 1921)

- Mrs. William Robinson died July 15 at Templeton, after a long illness. Mrs. Robinson's maiden name was Kemp, and she was born in Whitby, Ontario, in 1859. Her parents were of English lineage. She was married to William Robinson at Hubert, Ontario, in 1881. In December, 1894, the family came to Lisbon to reside. Seven children were born to them, all of whom with her husband survive to mourn their loss. She is also survived by her aged mother, six brothers and four sisters. The deceased had been a devout member of the Methodist church and had been active in the work of the Sunday school. funeral was held Saturday afternoon, interment taking place at Rose Hill cemetery. (July 1913)

2. Found in the 1900 U.S Census Wisconsin, Waukesha Co., Lisbon, dis 125, sheet 9B, age 3, b. Sep 1896, at home with her parents; William J., and Mary, siblings; Annie, Minnie, Clarence, Nellie and John. All of her older siblings were born in Canada.

3. Found in the 1905 Wisconsin state census, Waukesha Co., Lisbon, sheet 8, "Myra Myrtle" age 8, at home with her parents; William J., and Mary, siblings; Annie, Minnie, Clarence, Nellie and John.

4. Found in the 1910 U.S Census Wisconsin, Waukesha Co., Lisbon, dis 162, sheet 10A, age 13, at home with her parents, William J. (63) 1st marr, marr 30yrs and Mary (52) 1st marr, marr 30yrs, 7 of 8 children, and siblings, Nellie (18), John H. (16) and Mary D. (7)

5. Found in the 1920 U.S Census Minnesota, Rice Co., Faribault, Cannon City, Walcott, sheet 1A, age 23, Occp; fitter at shoe factory, at the home of her sister, Nellie.

6. Found in the 1930 U.S Census Minnesota, Rice Co., Morristown Village, (Alyra), age 32

7. Found in the 1940 U.S census Minnesota, Rice Co., Faribault wd-4, (17 Apr 1940), ED 66-13B, sheet 6B, 710 Rice St., owns $1500, age 43, POB; Wisconsin, ed 8, with husband Herbert E. (46) and children; Vera Mae (18) and Kenneth E. (12)

8. Found in the 1968, 1970, 1972, 73, 74, 75, Faribault City Directory, 710 Rice St., Widow of Herbert E., Retired.

9. Obit: Mrs. Herbert (Myrtle) Dean, 82, of 710 Rice St., Faribault, died Friday in Owatonna City Hospital following a brief illness. Services will be held Tuesday at 2 p.m. in Fourth Avenue United Methodist Church, Faribault, with the Rev. Rex Logan, pastor, officiating. Interment will be in Meadow Ridge Memorial Park Cemetery in Faribault. Friends and relatives may call at Parker-Kohl Funeral Home after 3:30 p.m. on Monday and at the church Tuesday, one hour prior to services. Lyra Myrtle Robinson, the daughter of William and Mary Kemp Robinson, was born in Templeton, Wis., Sept. 1, 1896. She married Herbert Dean April 30, 1920, in Faribault. Dean preceded her in death Oct. 7, 1968. She is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Joseph (Vera) Kausek of St. Paul; one son, Kenneth Dean of Faribault; two grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. Elmer (Lucille) Young of Faribault, and other relatives. She was preceded in death by her husband, three sisters; Minnie Young, Annie Krause and Nell Shuman; and two brothers, Jack and Clarence Robinson. (Faribault Daily News, Jan. 8, 1979)

They had the following children:

  411 F i Vera Mae Dean was born 1 on 12 Jan 1922 in Morristown, Rice Co., MN. She died 2 on 3 Oct 2001 in St. Paul, Ramsey Co., MN.

1. Found in the 1930 U.S Census Minnesota, Rice Co., Morristown Village, age 8

2. Found in the 1940 U.S Census Minnesota, Rice Co., Faribault wd-4, (17 Apr 1940), ED 66-13B, sheet 6B, 710 Rice St., age 18, POB; Wisconsin, ed H-3, with parents; Herbert E. (46) and Lyra M. (43) and brother Kenneth E. (12)

3. Found in the Faribault High School YR BK Voyageur 1938 Student - Sophomore; Dean, Vera 4. Found in the Faribault High School YR BK Voyageur 1940 Student - Senior; Dean, Vera

5. Vera Mae Dean
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert E. Dean, Faribault, Minn., announce the engagement of their daughter, Vera Mae, 713 Sixteenth avenue SE., to Sgt. Joseph V. Kausek, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Kausek, Eveleth, Minn. Sgt. Kausek recently returned from Iran where he was stationed for 32 months. He is now stationed at Camp Plauche, La. (Star Tribune, Sept. 30, 1945, p. 54)

6. Found in the 1948 St. Paul, MN. city directory; Kausek, Jos V (Vera M) clk GN h686 James av (p. 417)
7. Obit:
Kausek, Vera N. (nee Dean), age 79, of St. Paul died October 3, 2001 at The Pillars Hospice Center, Oakdale. She was preceded in death by husband, Joseph V. Kausek and parents, Herbert & Lyra Dean. She is survived by her brother, Kenneth and wife, Marian Dean of Faribault, MN; many nieces and nephews; and good friends. Vera was a kind and special person who enjoyed retirement, family, travel and gardening. Graduate of Faribault High School 1940. She was an employee for 34 years at Dayton Hudson/Emporium. Mass of Christian Burial Fri. Oct. 5, 2001 at 10:30 AM at ST. PASCAL BAYLON CATHOLIC CHURCH, 1757 Conway (3rd St. at White Bear). Interment Fort Snelling National Cemetery. Visitation Fri. one hour preceding mass at church. Memorials to the Pillars Hospice House. WULFF-CRESTWOOD.
        Vera married Joseph Valentine Kausek on 9 Feb 1946 in Rice Co., MN. Joseph was born on 15 Jul 1913 in Eveleth, St. Louis Co., MN. He died 1 on 28 Sep 1984 in St. Paul, Ramsey Co., MN.

1. Son of John Kausek and Mary Zorek. (Parents from Slovenia)

2. Found in the 1920 U.S Census Minnesota, St. Louis Co., Eveleth, wd-5, sheet 5B, 907 South Court St., age 6, with parents, John (42) owns home, imm;1907, Na;1917 and Mary (38) imm;1907, Na;1917, and brothers, John (11), Frank (10) and Anglebert (3)

3. Found in the 1930 U.S Census Minnesota, St. Louis Co., Eveleth, wd-5, sheet 10A, 608 South Court, age 16, with parents John (51) owns home $3000 with radio and Mary (47) and siblings John (21), Frank (20) and Anglebert (13)

4. 1940: WWII Draft Registration Card: Joseph Valentine Kausek, ser.# 3861, residence: 324 First St. So. Virginia, St. Louis, Minnesota, mailing address: same, age: 27, POB: Eveleth, Minnesota, DOB: 15 July 1913, name and address of person who will always know your address: John Kausek, 608 So. Court St. Eveleth, St. Louis, Minn., Employer: Olmar Iron Mining Co., Place of employment: Virginia, St. Louis, Minn., race: white, height: 6' 3", weight: 175, eyes: Blue, hair: Brown, signed at Local Board No. 7, Virginia, St. Louis Co., Minn., 16 Oct 1940

5. Found in the 1948 St. Paul, MN. city directory; Kausek, Jos V (Vera M) clk GN h686 James av (p. 417)


Notes:
1. Military service:
WWII draft card
Name: Joseph Valentine Kausek
Gender: Male
Race: White
Age: 27
Relationship to Draftee: Self (Head)
Birth Place: Eveluth, Minnesota, USA
Birth Date: 15 Jul 1913
Residence Place: Virginia, St. Louis, Minnesota, USA
Registration Date: 16 Oct 1940
Occupation: Oliver Iron Mining Company
Weight: 175
Complexion: Light
Eye Color: Blue
Hair Color: Brown
Height: 6 3
Next of Kin: John Kausek


brother:
NATIVE OF EVELETH
Fr. John Kausek
Ordained June 6 1936

brother:
KAUSEK Bert G. Kausek, 90, Major, U.S. ARMY (Ret'd), Career Officer, Sunday, August 6, 2006 at Mt. Carmel East. Retired Industrial Specialist, DCSC, Veteran WWII and Korea. Survived by sons, Douglas Ward Kausek and wife Brenda of Somerset, OH, Dennis Engelbert Kausek and wife Linda of Canal Winchester, OH; daughters, Jeanne Schnelle and husband Leland of Spencerville, OH, Nancy Mounts and husband Ernie of Columbus, OH; four granddaughters; grandson; great granddaughter; and great grandson; two nieces and nephew. Preceded in death by his wife Grace Phillips Kausek, formerly of Richmond, VA; parents John and Mary Kausek, brothers Reverend John and Frank of Eveleth, MN, and Joseph Kausek of St. Paul, MN. Was an avid reader. From a dream: "As a free American, the laws I will observe are only those which change with the everlasting tides." Born 1916, in Eveleth, MN. Attended Eveleth Junior College and Ohio State University. Played Varsity hockey at Eveleth High School and Eveleth Junior College, 1933-35. Volunteered for military service 26 February 1941; Commissioned 2nd Lt. 13 August 1943. Service medals awarded: American Defense; American Campaign; European American Middle East; WW II Victory with Bronze Arrowhead; Army Occupation Germany; Commendation Medal with metal Pendent (Oak Leaf Cluster); National Defense Service; Korean Service; United Nations Service and Armed Forces Reserve. Awarded five battle stars for Campaigns in Normandy (Omaha Beach) H Hour Plus 3, D Day landings with 29th Infantry Division; Northern France; Ardennes (Battle of the Bulge); Rhineland and Central Europe. Was attached to 3rd battalion, 38th Regiment, 2nd Infantry Division, an element of the right fork of the Armored Infantry Column, TARGET BERLIN. This Spearhead, as it was known then, was within 50 miles of Berlin when instructions came from General Eisenhower to turn around, join General Patton's THIRD Army at Pilsen, Czechoslovakia and await the Russians at the Elbe River. Liberated Bechenwald concentration camp with the 2nd Infantry Division. Prior to VJ Day, was reassigned to 26th Inf. Division (YD) for beachhead landings in Japan. Participated in the Berlin Airlift 1948. Charter member of the following organizations: Battle of Normandy Museum; WWII Memorial; Reagen's Presidential Task Force. Other organizations: Military Officer's Association; Berlin Airlift Veterans; Battle of the Bulge; Crazy Horse Memorial; American Legion Post 430, Bexley, OH; VFW Post 1388, Buckeye Lake, OH; AFGE Local 1148, Columbus, OH; KSKJ Lodge #59, Eveleth, MN. and past President Eastern Civitan, Columbus, OH. Mass of Christian Burial Wednesday 10:30 a.m. at St. Mary's Church, Groveport, OH. Fr. Richard Metzger Celebrant. Interment, Franklin Hills Memory Gardens, Canal Winchester, OH. Friends may call at EGAN RYAN FUNERAL HOME EAST CHAPEL, 4019 E. Livingston Ave, Columbus, OH, Tuesday 6-9 p.m.. Vigil service Tuesday 8:30 p.m. In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to Winchester Place Nursing and Rehab Center, 36 Lehman Dr., Canal Winchester, OH 43110.
+ 412 M ii Kenneth Edward Dean

181. Russell George Barnes (James Judson Barnes , Sarah S. Sutton , Daniel , Philpot John ) was born 1 on 17 Dec 1885 in Duluth, St. Louis Co., MN. He died on 18 Aug 1971 in Fargo, Cass Co., ND.

1. Found in the 1895 Minnesota state census, St. Louis Co., Duluth wd-3, p. 56, 422 2nd Ave. West, Henrietta E. 42, Belle E. 13, Russell G. 9, Clyde Edwin 5. At the home of John Russell 67.

2. Found in the 1900 U.S. Census Minnesota, St. Louis Co., Duluth Village, dis 6, sheet 3, age 15, at the home of his grandfather, at 2nd Ave. West.

3. 1904; There is a Russel Barnes in the Duluth Central High School Class of 1904.

4. Found in the 1905 Minnesota state census, St. Louis Co., Duluth wd-3, dis 11, sheet 20, 422 2nd Ave. West, Henrietta E. 52, Russell G. 19, Clyde Edwin 14. John Russell 75 is with them.

5. MORGAN-BARNES NUPTALS
At the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. Davis Monday afternoon, Sept. 7th, before a company of about fifty invited relatives and friends occured the marriage of Miss Marion Morgan to Mr. Russel Barnes of Duluth. The guests arrived shortly before two o'clock and were ushered into the rooms which had been darkened and lighted by candles and elegantly decorated with flowers and foliage. Promptly at two o'clock following little Miss Marion Weiss and Master Morgan Howard, who attended them, the bridal couple were ushered into the pailor where Rev. Palmer performed the ceremony which made them husband and wife. The wedding march was beautifully played by Miss Hattie Marvin. After receiving the hearty congratulations of their friends a luncheon was served. They were the recipients of a large number of beautiful presents. The bride is one of the most charming young ladies of Zumbrota and is well known to all. After graduating from the Zumbrota high school with honors she attended the University of Minnesota and last year finished school in the East. Mr. Barnes whose home is in Duluth was also a student at the University in the Electiical Engineering department at the same time and it was while there that he formed the acquaintance of his future wife. He is now engaged as an electrical engineer in Duluth and it is to that place they go to make their future home. They left on the afternoon train for the cities amid the showers of rice and well-wishes heaped upon them by their friends who had gathered to bid them good-bye. (The Zumbrota News, Sept. 11, 1908)

6. Found in the 1910 U.S. Census Minnesota, St. Louis Co., Duluth, dis 161, sheet 7A, East 5th St., rents, age 24. There is a Edith Morgan, age 25, b. Mn, sister-in-law with them.

7. Mrs. H. E. Barnes of California is the guest for the summer of her son, R. G. Barnes, 4114 Gladstone street. (The Duluth Herald, June 27, 1914)

8. Found in the 1917 Duluth, MN. city directory; "Barnes Russell G, moved to Superior, Wis", R.L. Polk & Co.'s Duluth directory, 1917.

9. 1918: WWI Draft Registration Card: ser.# 1357, Russell George Barnes, residence; 1404 Hammond, Superior, WI. Age 32, DOB: Dec. 17, 1885, occupation; customer manager, Employed at Electric Co. 1102 3rd St., Superior, Douglas, Wis., nearest relative; Marion Barnes, wife, (same address), height; tall, build; medium, eyes; blue, hair; light, signed Sept. 12, 1918 at Local board Div. No. 2, Superior, Wisconsin.

10. Found in the 1920 U.S. Census Wisconsin, Douglas Co., Superior 7-WD, dis 85, sheet 10A, Ogden Ave., rents, age 33.

11. Found in the 1930 U.S. Census Minnesota, St. Louis Co., dis 36, sheet 9B, Gilliat St., owns home, age 43.

12. Found in the 1936 Minnesota, St. Louis Co., Duluth, city directory; Barnes Russell G (Marion M) dept mgr Kelly-How-T Co h4318 Gilliat (Polk's St. Paul (St. Louis County, Minn) City Directory, p. 98)
13. Found in the 1940 Minnesota, St. Louis Co., Duluth, city directory; Barnes Russell G (Marion M) mgr Kelly-How-Thomson Co h4318 Gilliat (Polk's St. Paul (St. Louis County, Minn) City Directory, p. 48)

14. Found in the 1940 U.S Census Minnesota, St. Louis Co., Duluth, (16 Apr '40) ED 88-21B, sheet 3B, 4318 Gilliat St., owns $5500, age 53, POB: Minn., ed C-3, with wife Marion M. (51) and children John M. (17) and Clyde R. (14)

15. WWII Draft Registration Card; ser# 1749, Russell George Barnes, Residence; 4318 Gilliat St., Duluth, St. Louis, Minn., age;56, POB; Duluth, Minn., DOB; Dec 17, 1885, Name & Address of person who will always know your address; Mrs Marion Barnes, 4318 Gilliat St., Duluth, Employer; Kelley How Thompson Co., S. 5th Ave. W., Duluth, St. Louis, Minn., height; 5' 10 1/2", weight; 175, Eyes;blue, Hair; brown, Gall bladder scar, signed at Duluth, Minn., April 27, 1942

16. Found in the 1943 Duluth, MN. city directory; Barnes Russell G (Marion M) priories analyst US War Production Bd h4318 Gilliat (Polk's St. Paul (St. Louis County, Minn) City Directory, p. 48)

17. 1947, Duluth telephone listing; Barnes R G r 4318 Gilliat Lakeside 65

18. 1949, June, Duluth telephone listing; Barnes R G r 4318 Gilliat Lakeside 65

19. Found in the 1951 Duluth, MN. city directory; Barnes Russell G (Marion M) fcty rep h4318 Gilliat (p. 50)

20. Found in the 1960 Duluth, MN. city directory; Barnes Russell G (Marion M) h4318 Gilliat (p. 29)

21. Obit:
Russell G. Barnes, 85, Fargo, N.D., former long time Duluth resident, died Monday in a Fargo hospital. He was born in Duluth and was graduated from Central High School and the University of Minnesota as an electrical engineer. He was assistant to the chief engineer in the planning and construction of the Clyde Iron Works, was a buyer for Burgess Electric Co. and later was with Benson Electric Co., Superior. In 1921, he was appointed manager of the electrical department of Kelly Howe Thompson Wholesale Hardware and during World War II he was made priority manager of the Duluth office of the War Production Board. He later became district manager of the Reconstruction Finance Corporation and during the Korean War he was district manager of the National Production Authority, retiring in 1952. He was a 50-year member of Ionic Lodge, 186 Af and AM and a member of the Duluth Congregational Church. His wife, Mrs. Marion M. Barnes, preceded him in death five years ago. He is survived by a son, John Morgan, Fort Lauderdale, Fla., a brother, Mrs. R. A. Adams, Fargo; a brother Clyde, Seaside, Ore.; six grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Graveside services will be held in Duluth. ("Duluth New Tribune", Weds. 18 Aug, 1971)

Russell married 1 Marion Morgan on 7 Sep 1908 in Zumbrota, Goodhue Co., MN. Marion was born 2 on 15 May 1886 in Goodhue, Goodhue Co., MN. She died 3 on 18 Dec 1966 in Duluth St. Louis Co., MN.

1. Daughter of Mr. Robert C. Morgan and Mary L. Cummings.
- Robert Morgan, of Goodhue, died on Monday after a long and painful illness. Mr. Morgan had many friends in this vicinity, and his family have the sympathy of every one. The funeral took place from the house at ten o'clock Wednesday morning and at the church at eleven o'clock, Revs. J. W, Hancock and J. Finney officiating. A large number of old soldiers from this vicinity attended. (Sept. 1894)
- MRS. MARY POTTS
Word was received here last week of the death of Mrs. Mary Potts, age 68, which occurred at the home of her son, Charles Morgan at Woodstock, Alabama. Mrs. Potts was for many years a resident of Goodhue township, at that time being the wife of Robert Morgan, who died in 1895. Six years later she was married to Fred Potts with whom she has lived for the past twenty-one years in the south, the last ten years of which has been spent on a farm near State Line, Mississippi. Mrs. Potts was called to Minnesota last August by the death of her daughter; Mrs. A. W. Hockenberger, and after an extended visit with other daughters in various parts of the state started for her home and was taken ill while visiting at the home of her son, and where she remained until her death, which was caused by cancer. Burial was made in the Birchwood cemetery near Woodstock. Mrs. Potts is survived by her husband, one son, Charles, and four daughters, Mrs. Lewis Howard, of Appleton; Mrs. E. F. Davis, of Zumbrota; Mrs. R. G. Barnes of Duluth; and Mrs. Emmett Curtis of Minneapolis. Mrs. Howard spent two months during the early part of the winter with her mother. During heir last illness Mrs. Pott's many friends near State Line kept her supplied with flowers and showered her with many other kind acts which will long be remembered and appreciated by her surviving relatives. (July 1922)

2. Found in the 1895 Minnesota state census, Goodhue Co., Goodhue, p. 16, age 9, at home with her mother; Mary and siblings.

3. Found in the 1900 U.S Census Minnesota, Goodhue Co., Zumbrota, dis 61, sheet 4B, age 13, b. May 1887, with her brother and sisters; Seby (head), Chas, Edith, Olive and Georgina.

4. Found in the 1905 Minnesota state census, Goodhue Co., Zumbrota, sheet 14, age 19, b. Minn., Fa. b. NY, Mo. b. Wisconsin, with her sisters; Elisabeth (25) Olive A. (22) Sarah E. (15) and Georgetta (13)

5. Mrs. R. G. Barnes, who was formerly Miss Marion Morgan of this village, is confined to a Duluth hospital as a result of an operation for appendicitis which was performed last week. The patient is recovering rapidly. (The Zumbrota News, April 8, 1910)

6. Found in the 1910 U.S Census Minnesota, St. Louis Co., Duluth, dis 161, sheet 7A, East 5th St., age 23, 0 of 0 children. There is a Edith Morgan, age 25, b. Mn, sister-in-law with them.

7. Mrs R G. Barnes and two children arrived in Zumbrota Sunday evening from Superior and are spending the week at the home of Mrs. Barnes' sister, Mrs. E. F Davis. (The Zumbrota News, June 22, 1917)

8. Found in the 1920 U.S Census Wisconsin, Douglas Co., Superior 7-WD, dis 85, sheet 10A, Ogden Ave., rents, age 32.

9. A boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Russell G. Barnes Sunday evening at Duluth. Mrs. Barnes was formerly Miss Marion Morgan and is a sister of Mrs. E. F. Davis. (The Zumbrota News, Sept. 22, 1922)

10. Found in the 1930 U.S Census Minnesota, St. Louis Co., dis 36, sheet 9B, Gilliat St., owns home, age 42.

11. Found in the 1936 Duluth, MN. city directory; Barnes Marion B tchr r4318 Gilliat (Polk's St. Paul (St. Louis County, Minn) City Directory, p. 98)
12. Found in the 1940 Minnesota, St. Louis Co., Duluth, city directory; Barnes Russell G (Marion M) mgr Kelly-How-Thomson Co h4318 Gilliat (Polk's St. Paul (St. Louis County, Minn) City Directory, p. 48)

13. Found in the 1940 U.S Census Minnesota, St. Louis Co., Duluth, (16 Apr '40) ED 88-21B, sheet 3B, 4318 Gilliat St., owns $5500, age 51, POB: Minn., ed C-3, with husband Russell G. (53) and children John M. (17) and Clyde R. (14)

14. Found in the 1943 Duluth, MN. city directory; Barnes Russell G (Marion M) priories analyst US War Production Bd h4318 Gilliat (Polk's St. Paul (St. Louis County, Minn) City Directory, p. 48)

15. Found in the 1951 Duluth, MN. city directory; Barnes Russell G (Marion M) fcty rep h4318 Gilliat (p. 50)

16. Found in the 1960 Duluth, MN. city directory; Barnes Russell G (Marion M) h4318 Gilliat (p. 29)

17. Accident on Hilly Street Claims Life of Duluth Woman
A freak accident on a hilly Duluth street has claimed the life of an elderly woman from that city. That death along with three others boosted Minnesota's 1966 record highway fatality count to 922, or 93 more than the total one year ago today. The total for all of 1965 was 877. Mrs. Russell G. Barnes, 81, died in a Duluth hospital Sunday about four hours after she was struck by a car. Police said her husband had parked the car and was walking around the vehicle to check its distance from the curb when the car rolled backward. Mrs. Barnes was struck as she stood at the corner "two or three car lengths" below where the car had been parked, a police official said. Raymond Simning, 35, Green Isle, Minn., was killed early Sunday when his car collided with a Milwaukee Road freight train five miles northwest of Norwood in Carver County. Another victim, James C. Rock, 26, Moose Lake, died Saturday when his car hit a railroad overpass on US 61 about two miles north of Barnum in Carlton County. Mrs. Mabel L. Wicker, 83, St. Paul, died in a St. Paul hospital Sunday. She was injured Friday when she was hit by a car in the capital city. (Austin Daily Herald, Dec. 19, 1966)

18. Obit: "Woman, 80, Dies Following Accident"
An 80 year old Duluth woman died in a Duluth hospital early Sunday afternoon about three and a half hours after being struck by a driverless auto at Lake Avenue and Second Street, Duluth police reported. It is not known if death was a direct result of the mishap. The victim was identified by police as Mrs. Russell G. Barnes, 4318 Gilliat St. She was struck about 10:30 a.m. by her husband's car which had rolled from a parked postion, police said. She was taken by Wilcol Ambulance to St. Luke's where she died in the hospital's intensive care unit about 2 p.m. Police said her husband, Russell, 80, had parked the auto in the first parking place above Second Street on the West side of Lake Avenue, facing south. He set the emergency brake, and then got out to see if the car was close enough to the curb. Mrs. Barnes already was in front of the vehicle and the brake apparently failed as the car rolled forward and knocked her down. Barnes told police he was unable to get back into the car and stop it in time to avoid the accident. Some bystanders pushed the vehicle back into position. Police reported that the only visible injuries to the victim were bruises on her hands and side. Hospital officials said she was being observed for internal injuries at the time of her death. The Police Department's accident squad will conduct an investigation of the mishap. An autopsy was performed Sunday to determine the extact cause of death, Dr. Cyril M. Smith, St. Louis County coroner, reported. Results will be availible today. An inquest will also be conducted, Dr. Smith said. Mrs. Marion Morgan Barnes was married to Russell Barnes in 1908 and has been a Duluth resident since that year. She attended the University of Minnesota and Ft. Edward Collegiate Institute in New York. She was a founder of the Lakeview Garden Club and was active in numerous community projects including Girl Scouts and Campfire Girls, the Red Cross Canteen and the Gray Ladies. She was a member of the Mayflower Guild and the Duluth Congregational Church where she served as deaconess. Surviving are her husband; a daughter, Mrs. Raymond Adams, Fargo, N.D.; a son John, Miami Fla.; a sister, Mrs. Georgetta Curtis, Superior; six granchildren, and three great-grandchildren. Her husband retired in 1953 as district manager of the National Production Board. ("Duluth News Tribune", Monday 19 Dec., 1966)

They had the following children:

+ 413 F i Marion D. Barnes
+ 414 M ii George Russell Jr. Barnes
  415 M iii John Morgan Barnes was born 1 on 18 Sep 1922 in Duluth, St. Louis Co., MN. He died 2 on 20 Nov 2000 in Arlington, Tarrant Co., TX.

1. A boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Russell G. Barnes Sunday evening at Duluth. Mrs. Barnes was formerly Miss Marion Morgan and is a sister of Mrs. E. F. Davis. (The Zumbrota News, Sept. 22, 1922)

2. Found in the 1930 U.S. Census Minnesota, St. Louis Co., dis 36, sheet 9B, Gilliat St., age 7, at home with his parents

3. Found in the 1940 U.S Census Minnesota, St. Louis Co., Duluth, (16 Apr '40) ED 88-21B, sheet 3B, 4318 Gilliat St., age 17, POB: Minn., ed H-2, with parents; Russell G. (53)(owns $5500) and Marion M. (51) and brother Clyde R. (14)

4. WWII Draft Registration Card: Barnes, John Morgan, ser# 121, Residence; 4318 Gilliatt, St. Louis, Minn., Age; 19, POB; Duluth, Minn., DOB; 18 Sept 1922, Name and address of person who will always know your address; Russell George Barnes, 4318 Gilliatt, Place of employment; school - Duluth, Race;white, Height; 5'11", Wieght; 150, Eyes;Gray, Hair;Brown, Loacal Board No. 1, St. Louis County, Duluth, Minnesota, 30 Jun 1942

5. Found in the 1943 Minnesota, St. Louis Co., Duluth, city directory; Barnes John M USN r4318 Gilliat (Polk's St. Paul (St. Louis County, Minn) City Directory, p. 48)

6. Found in the 1946 Minnesota, St. Louis Co., Duluth, city directory; Barnes John M student r4318 Gilliat (Polk's St. Paul (St. Louis County, Minn) City Directory, p. 53)

7. 1948: Found on the U.S Departing passenger and crew list: SS Marine Falcon, sailing from New York, NY, July 29, 1948, bound for port of Southampton, England; Barnes, John Morgan, PP; 219303, POB; Duluth, Minn., intending to remain abroad; 3 months

8. 1949-50: John M. Barnes work at the Nurnberg American High School (military dependants) as Boys dormitory supervisor. (The Voyager, Nurnberg High School Year Book 1949-50)

9. 1952: Found on the New York Passenger list of in-bound passengers traveling tourist class: Departed Southampton 16 Sept. 1952, on the T.S.S. Neptune, arriving N.Y. 25 Sept. 1952; Barnes, John age 29, 4918 Gillrath St. Duluth, Minnesota, Passport:119, POB: Duwta, MN.,

10. 1953: "Another aide was John Barnes, a lad from Duluth, Minnesota, who had shown up in Prades during a bicycle trip through the south of France. Madeline Foley promptly recruited him, and Barnes proved both devoted and capable. In fact, he became the secretary general of the festival in 1954." (Pianist: A Biography of Eugene Istomin, p. 187)

11. 1954: Found on the U.S Departing passenger and crew list: SS Vulcania, sailing from New York, NY, Jan 21, 1954, bound for port of Barcelona; Barnes, John Morgan, PP; 119, POB; Duluth, Minn., intending to remain abroad; 4 months

12. 1954: Found on the New York passenger list: SS United States, sailing from Southhampton, ENG., Aug. 26, 1954, tourist class, arriving at port of New York, NY, Aug 31, 1954, Barnes, John, 120 West 42nd St., New York, NY., PP; 119, POB; Minn., 7 bags

13. Amo Summers is the bride of John Morgan Barnes
In the chapel of Trinity Protestant Episcopal Church here last night, Miss Amo Leona Summers, daughter of Richard A. Summers, Professor of English at University of Arizona, and Mrs. Summers of Tuscon, was married to John Morgan Barnes. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Russell George Barnes of Duluth, Minn. The Rev. William Reed performed the ceremony. Mrs. Walter Hautzig and Miss Shirley Stevens were matron and maid of honor. Scipio Wallen was best man. Mrs. Barnes a member of the Junior League of Tuscon, is with the children's book department of the Thomas Y. Crowell Company here. Her husband is a concert representative of the National Artists Corporation here. He managed the Casals Festival in Prades, France, and the Aspen (Colo.) Festival. (The New York Times, Sept. 15, 1959)

14. MRS. JOHN MORGAN BARNES . . . Amo Leona Summers Nuptials Said In New York
New York City will be the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Morgan Barnes who were married in informal candlelight ceremonies Monday, Sept. 14. They repeated their vows in the chapel of Trinity Church in New York. The bride is the former Amo Leona Summers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard A Summers, 302 Silverbell Rd. Mrs. Summers was in New York for her daughter's wedding. Dr. Sanford Summers of Staten Island, N. Y., gave his sister in marriage. The bride, a graduate of the University of Arizona, is a member of the Junior League of Tucson Inc. Her affiliations include Gamma Phi Beta sorority, Zeta Phi Eta and Pi Lambda Theta. She did graduate work in interior design for one year at Western Reserve in Cleveland and is now with the Children's Book Department of Thomas Y. Crowell Co. in New York. For the ceremony, Amo wore her mother's wedding gown of ivory silk taffeta styled with a fitted bodice and full skirt that ended' in a chapel train. A Juliet cap with lillies-of-the-valley on either side secured her illusion veil. She carried a prayer book and a cascade of off-white roses and ivy. Her jewelry was a gold and diamond sunburst that belonged to her great-grandmother. Mrs. Walter Hautzig and Shirley Stevens of New York City attended as matron of honor and maid of honor, respectively. Mrs. Hautzig's dress was of red satin and Miss Stevens wore champagne taffeta. Scipio Wallen was best man and Mr. Hautzig, an usher. Mr. Barnes, son of Mr. and Mrs. Russe'll G. "Barnes of Duluth, Minn., is concert representative of National Artist Corp. in New York. He attended Oregon State College, Duluth State College, the Conservatory of Music in Berne, Switzerland; the University of Erlangen, Germany; the Institute de Pantheon in Paris; the Academy of Music in Vienna; and the University of Vienna. Mr. Barnes managed the Casals' Festival in Prades and the Aspen Festival in Colorado. (TUCSON DAILY CITIZEN, Sept. 24, 1959, p. 13)

15. Divorces
Amo Leona Summers vs John Morgan Barnes, complaint (Tuscon Daily Citizen, March 21, 1961, p. 30)
Amo Leona Summers vs John Morgan Barnes, decree (Tuscon Daily Citizen, June 9, 1961, p. 24)

16. "John Morgan Barnes, Wildewood, N.J." (his brother's obit, July 1961)


Notes:
1. ??? There is a Barnes, John M., service number 376-45-21, S2c, enlisted 5 Dec. 1941, at San Francisco, CA., USS McDougal (358)
2. ??? There is a Barnes, John M., service number 964-77-58, S2c, recieved on board 9 July 1945, USS Miller (DD-535)
3. ??? There is a Barnes, John M., service number 961-96-70, S2c, Crew roster, date of commisioning, 21 Nov. 1944, USS Admiral Coontz (AP122)
4. SSDI
Name: John M. Barnes
Last Residence:
76016 Arlington, Tarrant, Texas, USA
BORN: 15 Sep 1922
Died: 20 Nov 2000
State (Year) SSN issued: Montana (Before 1951)
Other-Arlington, TX; Roan Mountain, TN; Elizabethton, TN
        John married Amo Leona Summers on 14 Sep 1959 in New York, New York. The marriage ended in divorce.Amo was born on 30 Jun 1932 in Tuscon, Pima Co., AZ. She died on 17 May 2012 in Tuscon, Pima Co., AZ.

1. Daughter of Richard Aldrich Summers and Louise Virginia McKee.
- Funeral services will be conducted Monday for Richard Aldrich Summers, author-professor and former city councilman. He died yesterday at the age of 63. He was on the English staff of the University of Arizona from 1928 to 1951 and again from 1957 until this year. From 1953 until 1956 he was on the City Council. Mr. Summers was author of 14 published books, and his "Craft of the Short Story" was used by more than 100 colleges and universities. Most of his adult life was spent either writing or teaching writing. As a Democratic city councilman he often battled with the Republican majority and also with former 'Mayor Don Hummel, a Democrat. Both-in his politics and his writing he advocated preservation of the Spanish influence in the Southwest and often came in conflict with others because of his stand. Among his works, were "Roll Up and Roll Out," "Cow by the Tail,-" "Dark Madonna," "Devil's Highway," "Conquerors of River," "Battle of Sierras" and "Cavalcade to California." A movie, "San Francisco Story" starring Joel McRae and Yvonne DeCario, was based on his writing. Library Friends Slate Meeting The public is invited to attend the first open meeting Monday of the Friends of the Tucson Public Library, to be held at 7:30 p.m. at the Wilmot Branch, 530 N. Wilmot Road. Dr. D. C. Dickinson, head of the Graduate School of Library Science at the University of Arizona, will speak on the new school's objectives. Dickinson spent the summer at Yale working on a bibliography of poet James Weldon Johnson's works. SWINGS Richard A. Summers In addition to his political and academic background, he was a homebuilder, bowler, tennis player and camper. Rites will be held at 11 a.m. Monday at St. Philip's in the Hills Episcopal Church with burial in Evergreen Cemetery. Surviving are his widow, Louise; a son, Dr. Sandford Summers, of Cleveland; two daughters, Mrs. Douglas Fulton of Ann Arbor, Mich., and Miss Amo Summers of Tucson; two brothers and six grandchildren. (Oct 1969)

- SUMMERS, Louise Virginia, 85, of Tucson, died March 31, 1993. She was born in Washington, DC 1907, was the widow of Richard A. Summers, University of Arizona Professor and author. She also was preceded in death by her sister, Amo McKee Bark. She was the daughter of Amo and Fred McKee and granddaughter of Arizona Pioneers, Don Alonzo and Louise (Bloxton) Sanford. Survived by daughters, Amo Summers and Anna Louise (Doug) Fulton, Tucson; son, Dr. Sanford (Bev) Summers, Willoughby, OH; grandchildren, Bruce (Saundra) Fulton, Tucson, Andrea Fulton, CA, Scott (Debbie) Summers, CA, Steven (Suzanne) Summers, OH, Kent (Shannon) Summers, OH and Greg Summers, OH; greatgrandchildren, Mike, Nick and Kathleen Louise. Mrs. Summers was a long time Sunday School teacher at St. Philip's in the Hills Church. She taught at the Tulier School, Marana Public Schools and St. Michael's and All Angels Parish Day School. She was a member of the first provisional class of the Jr. League of Tucson and in the first pledged class of Gamma Phi Beta when the sorority went national. She was active in many community projects which included the Well-Baby Clinic, Planned Parenthood serving with Margaret Sanger Slee and art appreciation program with TUSD. In the late 1930's and early 40's, through the Jr. League, she was involved in the writing of children's plays and radio drama including an unique writing on American Indian legends. She collaborated with her husband on 14 books and shared the author's credit in "Dusty Desert Tales," a collection of Southwestern Indian tales for children. Summers was a graduate of Sidwell Friends School in Washington, D.C., attended the U of A in the early 1920's and graduated in the early 1950 s. She was a member of the Daughters of the King and founding member of St. Margaret's Guild at St. Philip's in the Hills. Friends may call at ADAIR FUNERAL HOMES, Dodge Chapel, 1050 N. Dodge Blvd. (at Speed way), 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. Sunday Evening followed by a Prayer Service to be conducted by the Rev. Gordon McBride. Funeral Services will be held at SL Philip's in the Hills Episcopal Church Monday, 11:00 a.m., April 5 with the Rev. Paul Buckwalter officiating. Interment will follow at Evergreen Cemetery. Donations in memory of Louise Summers to Richard A. Summers Scholarship Fund at U of A or Preservation Endowment Fund of St. Philip's in the Hills Episcopal Church, P. O. Box 41028, Tucson, AZ 85717. Arrangements by ADAIR FUNERAL HOMES, Dodge Chapel. (April 1993)

2. Found in the 1940 U.S Census Arizona, Pima Co., Tucson City, wd-5 (12 Apr '40) ED 10-25, sheet 4B, 1448 W. Fresno, age 7, POB: D.C., ed 2, with parents; Richard (33) ed; C-5, POB: Wisconsin and Louise (32), ed; C-3, POB: D.C. and Anna Louise (9), ed; 4, POB: D.C., Sanford (6), POB: Arizona

3. Obit: Amo Leona Summers
Amo Leona Summers 6/30/1932 – 5/17/2012 died after a long illness at the home of her God-daughter and caregiver, Clista Walsh. She was born in Tucson at St. Mary's hospital and lived in Tucson most of her life. She was the daughter of Richard A. Summers (University of Arizona professor and writer) and Louise McKee Summers (grand-daughter of Southern Arizona pioneer Don A. Sanford). After graduation from Tucson High School, Amo attended the University of Arizona where she graduated in three years. While there, she was active in dramatics, choral groups and was a member of the marching band. She belonged to Gamma Phi Beta sorority. A year of teaching was followed by a variety of jobs that expressed her many talents. She moved to New York City to follow a modeling career. While there, she worked in the children's division of Thomas Crowell Publishing House. She also worked in the office of the president at Yale and the Alumnae Association office at the University of Michigan. She studied interior design at Case Western Reserve, dramatics at the University of Washington and received her master's degree at the University of Arizona in supervision of reading programs. Returning to Tucson, Amo began a long rewarding life as the first grade teacher at the newly established St. Michael and All Angels Day School. Countless children in Tucson and elsewhere learned to read under her exacting and caring tutelage. Her life included membership in the Tucson Junior League and co-directorship, with her mother, of the Sunday school of St. Philip's in the Hills. In addition to her parents, Amo is predeceased by her brother, Dr. Sanford Summers and nephew, Kent Summers. She is survived by her sister, Anna Summers Fulton; niece, Andrea Fulton-Higgins and nephews, Bruce Fulton and Scott, Steven and Greg Summers. Burial has already taken place. A Memorial Service will be held at 11:00 a.m., Saturday, June 30, 2012 at St. Philip's in the Hills Episcopal Church, 4440 N. Campbell. Contributions in her memory may be directed to the Preservation Fund at the church. Arrangements by EVERGREEN MORTUARY. (Arizona Daily Star, June 24, 2012)
+ 416 M iv Clyde Robert Barnes

184. Frank H. Martin (Alice Ann Barnes , Sarah S. Sutton , Daniel , Philpot John ) was born 1 on 11 Apr 1868 in Merton, Steele Co., MN. He died 2 on 12 Oct 1960 in Los Angeles, Los Angeles Co., CA.

1. Found in the 1870 U.S Census Minnesota, Steele Co., Merton, page 11, age 2, with parents Willard (33) and Alice (21)

2. Found in the 1875 Minnesota state census, Steele Co., Meriden, family 120, W.E. Martin age 30, with A. A. age 26, F. L. age 7, G. E. age 5, J. M. age 0

3. Found in the 1880 U.S Census Minnesota, Steele Co., Merton, district 238, page 10, age 12, with parents Willard E. (43) and Alice A. (31) and siblings George E. (9), Bessie (5) and May (3/12)(March)

4. Found in the 1885 Minnesota state census, Marshall Co., McCrea, p. 4, age 17, at the home of A. H. and Ellen Searl.

5. 1887; Frank is in Marshall County, MN., teaching school.

6. F. H. Martin, a nephew of Mr. Barnes, arrived last Thursday from Chicago, where, at the time of our visit, he was working in the U.S. Diving Co.'s exhibit on Midway Plaisance, diving, part of the time, for McGinty at the bottom of the sea, which individual was rescued for the one hundred and forty eleventh time while we looked on. Mr. Martin will run a threshing engine here this fall, believing that such employment will be far more conductive to good health. (Warren Sheaf, Aug. 31, 1893)

7. Posted in the Duluth Herald, 10 July 1894
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION
OF
Duluth Cash Grocery Company

Know all men by these presents, that the undersigned hereby associate themselves by articles of incorporation under the provisions of Title Number two (2) Chapter thirty-four (34) of the General Statute of the State of Minnesota and the act amendatory thereof and supplementary thereto.
I. The name of this corporation shall be, Duluth Cash Grocery Company. The general nature of its business is to deal in all kinds of groceries both fancy and staple and canned meats and vegetables of all kinds, fruits, lard, butter and eggs and any and all other commodities as they shall desire. The principal place of transacting the said business shall be in the city of Duluth, in the state of Minnesota.
II. The corporation shall commence business on the 5th day of July A. D. 1894 and shall continue for the period of thirty (30) years.
III. The amount of the capital stock of said corporation is fifteen thousand ($15,000) dollars and shall all be subscribed for and paid in before the commencement of this corporation.
IV. The highest amount of indebtedness or liability to which said corporation shall at any time be subject is ten thousand (10,000) dollars.
V. The names and place of residence of the persons forming this corporation are as follows
Henrietta E. Barnes, Duluth, Minnesota.
Carrie E. Russell, Iron River, Wisconsin.
John T. Russell, Duluth, Minnesota.
Frank H. Martin, Iron River, Wisconsin.
F. H. Russell, Duluth, Minnesota.
VI. The government of the corporation and the management of its affairs shall be vested in a board of five (5) directors and the officers of said corporation shall be a president, a secretary, a treasurer and a general manager who shall have such powers as may be conferred upon them by the bylaws of the corporation. The names of the first board of directors are:
Henrietta E. Barnes,
Carrie B. Russell,
John T. Russell,
Frank H. Martin.
F. H. Russell,
Said Henrietta E. Barnes shall fill the office of president. Said Carrie B. Russell shall fill the office of secretary and treasurer, and the said F. H. Russell shall fill the office of general manager until the annual meeting of the company to be held on the first Tuesday of January 1895.
VII. The capital stock of this corporation shall consist of one hundred fifty (150) shares of the par value of one hundred ($100) dollars each.
In witness whereof, we have hereunto set our hands and seals this 26th day of June A. D. 1894.
Henrietta E Barnes, [Seal]
Carrie B. Russell, [Seal]
John T. Russell, [Seal]
Frank H. Martin, [Seal]
F. H. Russell, [Seal]
In presence of,
J. S. Harter,
E. P. Towne.
STATE OF MINNESOTA,
County of St. Louis
On this 29th day of June A. D. 1894. before me a notary public in and for said county, personally appeared; Henrietta E. Barnes, Carrie B. Russell, John T. Russell, Frank H. Martin, and F. H. Russell, to me known to be the persons named in and who executed the foregoing articles of incorporation and that they severally acknowledge the same to be their free act and deed.
[Notarial Seal]
Edward P. Towne.
Notary Public, St. Louis County, Minn.

8. Twenty Years Ago
From The Herald of this date, 1895
At the annual meeting of the Duluth Cash Grocery company the following officers were elected: H. E. Barnes, president; F. H. Martin, vice president; C. B. Russell, secretary and treasurer;
Fred H. Russell, manager. (The Duluth Herald, Jan. 26, 1915)

9. Found in the 1896 Duluth, MN city directory; Martin, Frank H. vice pres Duluth Cash Grocery Co. fireman N P R R bds 101 Garfield (p. 450)

10. Mr. Frank Martin, of Duluth, the eldest son of ex-County Treasurer W. E. Martin, of Merton, this county, was married in Chicago some time during the month of February. He and his bride are passing their honeymoon with Mr. Martin's parents and other relatives in this county. Mr. Martin is a fireman on the Northern Pacific railway, his run being between Duluth and Staples, Minn. (The Peoples Press, March 12, 1897)

11. Found in the 1897 Duluth, MN city directory; Martin, Frank H. fireman N P Ry r 1701 W Michigan (p. 346)

12. Found in the 1899, Bixby, Steele Co., MN., city directory; Martin, F.H. Postmaster, General Store manager N.W. Telephone Station.

13. Found in the 1900 U.S Census Minnesota, Steele Co., Aurora, district 123, page 2B, age 32, DOB: Apr 1868, with wife Anne A. (24) DOB: Aug 1875, and Willard J. (2) DOB: Feb 1898

14. C. E. Barnes, who sold his store at Hobson to Webster & Cottier last November, went to Bixby Wednesday to visit his nephew, F. H. Martin, the popular storekeeper and postmaster of that thriving village. (The Peoples Press, Feb. 15, 1901)

15. BIXBY NEWS ITEMS
Bixby, October 7.— Frank H. Martin, the genial postmaster and storekeeper, has sold out his stock of general merchandise in this village to Peter C. Johnson, who formerly kept a general store at Newry, Freeborn county. Mr. Johnson is an experienced man in the general merchandise business. He succeeded in building up a good business at Newry. His friends are confident he will succeed in Bixby. Mr. Martin and family will move to Upton, California, where they will make their home. They expect to leave for their new home about October 25th.
... Mr. and Mrs. Frank Martin and child visited relatives in Owatonna last Sunday. (The People's Press, Oct. 11, 1901)

16. PRATT NEWS ITEMS
O. O. Prestegaard was doing business in Owatonna last Saturday. Mr. Prestegaard is the chairman of the board of supervisors of Aurora. He says at a recent meeting of the town board the resignation of F. H. Martin, as town clerk, was accepted. M. T. McCrady was elected town clerk. Mr. Martin goes to California to make a home for his family. (The Peoples Press, Oct. 11, 1901)

17. Mr. and Mrs. Frank H. Martin and child left on the Wednesday evening train for Upton, California. They will make their home near that town. Mr. and Mrs. Martin and child had been living at Bixby, where Mr. Martin was in the general merchandise business several years. (The Peoples Press, Oct. 25, 1901)

18. "California Postmasters"
The following California postmasters were appointed today. ...Shasta County, Frank H. Martin, ...(Los Angeles Times, Aug 28, 1904, p. 4)

19. We learn that A. A. Baker has sold his store at Pittville to the farmers near there, who have a co-operative Association. Frank Martin is to be in charge of the store and will take possession the 20th of this month. (Big Valley Gazette, APRIL 6, 1904)

20. BROWN SELLS HIS CARBON RANCH
A big deal in Shasta County real estate was made in Redding Monday, says the Free Press, when J. W. Brown sold to Frank H. Martin, the famous Brown ranch at Carbon, about half way between Burney Valley and Fall River Mills. The transfer was made and money paid over Monday morning and Mr. Martin is now in possession of the big ranch of 1280 acres and Mr. Brown’s bank account is very materially enlarged.
The Brown ranch is one of the best pieces of property in Shasta County. It was formerly known as the old Dutch Boy’s place and on the property is located the old State hatchery on Hat Creek. There is a sawmill on the place and Mr. Brown was the first man in that section to use electric lights, generating his own electricity from a plant on the premises.
Mr. Martin, the new owner, was for a long time manager of the Co-operative store at Pittville. He is a progressive man and has some good ideas about farming that he will put to use on his new possessions. Mr. Brown will go to Fall River to stay a while on some property he owns in that valley. (June 14, 1905)

21. 1905; PITVILLE POSTMASTER WASHINGTON, July 20 - Homer K. KERTER has been appointed fourth class Postmaster at Pitville, Shasta County, California, vice Frank H. MARTIN. (The Evening Bee, Sacramento, Cal., Thursday, July 20, 1905 p. 6)

22. 1905 October 6, Frank. H. Martin, Postmaster, Carbon, Shasta Co., CA.
23. Found in the 1910 U.S Census California, Shasta Co., Burney Valley, district 1, sheet 5, age 42

24. Found in the 1916 Los Angeles, CA. city directory; Frank H eng h 621 Kohler (p. 1361)

25. Found in the 1920 U.S Census California, Los Angelas Co., Los Angeles, district 8, page 14A, 4410 Mettler, owns home, age 51, with wife Anna K. (44) and children, Willard J. (21), George E. (16)

26. Found in the 1920 Los Angeles, CA. city directory; Frank H., eng, h4410 Mettler

27. Found in the 1929 Los Angeles, CA. city directory; Martin, Frank H (Nina) eng City Eng h 4410 Mettler, p. 1489

28. Found in the 1930 Los Angeles, CA. city directory; Frank H., (Nina) roller oper City Eng, h4410 Mettler

29. Found in the 1930, California, Los Angeles County, Los Angeles precinct 261, voters registration list, Martin, Frank H., 4410 Mettler St., engnr, R

30. Found in the 1930 U.S Census California, Los Angelas Co., Los Angeles, district 324, page 15A, owns home, age 62

31. Found in the 1936 Los Angeles, CA. city directory; Martin Frank H (Anna K) lab City Eng h4410 Mettler, p. 1179

32. Found in the 1940 U.S Census California( Apr '40), Los Angeles Co., Los Angeles, ed 60-490, sheet 7B, 4410 Mettler St., rents; $30, age 72, b. Minn, ED; 8, with wife Anna K. (64) and son Willard (40)

33. Found in the 1942 Los Angeles, CA. city directory; Martin Frank H (Anna K) h1311 W 45th, p. 1548

34. Found in the 1944, 46, California, Los Angeles County, Los Angeles precinct 300, voters registration list, Martin, Frank H., 1311 W. 45th St., retired, D (Anna not listed in 1946)(with son Willard)

35. 1945; witness at marriage of son Willard J. Martin and Martha Moore at Los Angeles, CA., 20 May 1945.

36. Found in the 1956 Los Angeles Street Address Directory; Martin Frank H r 1311 W 45th, p. 967

Frank married 1 Anna A. Kuetemeyer on 7 Feb 1897 in Chicago, Cook Co., IL. Anna was born 2 on 12 Aug 1875 in Cook Co., IL. She died 3 on 5 Apr 1945 in Los Angeles, Los Angeles Co., CA.

1. Believe her parents are Charly and Sophie Kuetemeyer b. Prussia, from Chicago, Ill.
I've also seen listed John H. Kuetemeyer and Elisabeth Steiner.

2. Found in the 1880 U.S Census Illinois, Cook Co., Chicago, (Film T9-0196, p. 537), p. 19, 628 Elston Ave., age 2mo, with parents Charley (29) and Sophie (33), and siblings; Edward (5), Bertha (3) and Charles (2)

3. Found in the 1900 U.S Census Minnesota, Steele Co., Aurora, district 123, page 2B, 24 DOB: Aug 1875 with husband Frank H. age 32, DOB: Apr 1868, and Willard J. (2) DOB: Feb 1898

4. Found in the 1910 U.S Census California, Shasta Co., Burney Valley, district 1, sheet 5, age 35, 2 of 2 children

5. Found in the 1920 U.S Census California, Los Angeles Co., Los Angeles, district 8, page 14A, 4410 Mettler, owns home, age 44, husband Frank H. (51) and children Willard J. (21) and George E. (16)

6. Found in the 1930 U.S Census California, Los Angeles Co., Los Angeles, district 324, page 15A, owns home, age 54

7. Found in the 1930, California, Los Angeles County, Los Angeles precinct 261, voters registration list, Martin Mrs., Anna K., 4410 Mettler St., stngrphr, R

8. Found in the 1936 Los Angeles, CA. city directory; Martin Frank H (Anna K) lab City Eng h4410 Mettler, p. 1179

9. Found in the 1940 U.S Census California( Apr '40), Los Angeles Co., Los Angeles, ed 60-490, sheet 7B, 4410 Mettler St., rents; $30, age 64, b. Illinois, ED; 8, with husband Frank (72) and son Willard (40)

10. Found in the 1942 Los Angeles, CA. city directory; Martin Frank H (Anna K) h1311 W 45th, p. 1548

11. Found in the 1944, California, Los Angeles County, Los Angeles precinct 265, voters registration list, Martin Mrs. Anna K., 1311 W. 45th St., D

12. Obit:
Martin, Anna K., loving wife of Frank H. Martin: mother of Willard J. & George E. Martin. Services Mon., 10:30 a.m. at Utter-McKinley's Broadway, 4234 S. Broadway. (Los Angeles Times, 8 Apr. 1945, C6)

They had the following children:

  417 M i Willard John Martin was born 1, 2 on 14 Feb 1898 in Duluth, St. Louis Co., MN. He died 3 on 14 Nov 1964 in Pomona, Los Angeles Co., CA.

1. Found in the 1900 U.S Census Minnesota, Steele Co., Aurora, district 123, page 2B, age 2, DOB: Feb 1898, with parents , Frank H. (32) DOB: Apr 1868 and Anne A. (24) DOB: Aug 1875

2. Found in the 1910 U.S Census California, Shasta Co., Burney Valley, district 1, sheet 5, age 12

3. 1918: WWI Draft Registration Card: Willard John Martin, residence; 621 Kohler St. Los Angeles, CA. Age; 20, DOB: 14 Feb. 1898, Employed as driver at Nussbaum Feed & Fuel Co. Place of employment; 5806 So. Vermont St., Los Angeles, CA., Nearest relative: Mrs. Anna K. Martin, mother, (same address), eyes; blue, hair; light, (right eye defective), (12 Sep. 1918)

4. Found in the 1918 Los Angeles CA city directory; Martin Willard J., auto opr r621 Kohler (p. 1350)

5. Found in the 1920 U.S Census California, Los Angeles Co., Wilmington, (7 Jan 1920) sheet 7A, 1040 Barracks St., age 22, truck driver Union Oil Co., with wife Pearl L. (31) and George Stonehouse (11)

6. Found in the 1920 U.S Census California, Los Angeles Co., Los Angeles, district 288, (Jan 1920) page 14A, 4410 Mettler, age 21, truck driver Oil Co., with parents Frank H. (51) owns home, and Anna K. (44) and brother George E. (16)

7. Found in the 1920 Los Angeles CA city directory; Willard J. auto oper, r4410 Mettler

8. Found in the 1921 Los Angeles CA city directory; Willard J., oilmn r1040 Barracks av. Wilm (p. 1757)

9. Found in the 1923 Los Angeles CA city directory; Martin, Willard J. driver h1725 E 15th, p. 2108

10. DIVORCES GRANTED
J. W. Martin from Pearl Martin, interlocutory decree. (Riverside Daily Press, Dec. 2, 1924, p. 12)

11. Found in the 1930 Los Angeles CA city directory; Willard J. h1942 W 78th PL

12. "Intention to Marry"
Martin - Aselin. Willard J. Martin, 32; Pearl R. Aselin, 25. (Los Angeles Times, Feb 28, 1930, p. 22)

13. Found in the 1930 U.S Census California, Los Angeles Co., Huntington Park, San Antonio Twnsp, District 1323, page 7A, Malabar, rents, age 32, with wife Pearl (25)

14. Found in the 1930, California, Los Angeles County, Los Angeles precinct 261, voters registration list, Martin, Willard J., 4410 Mettler St., oil, D

15. Found in the 1932 Los Angeles CA city directory; Martin Willard J (Pearl) oilwkr h972 W 43d, p. 1370
16. Found in the 1932 Los Angeles CA city directory; Martin Pearl br mgr Van de Kamps r972 W 43d, p. 1369

17. Found in the 1936 Los Angeles CA city directory; Martin Willard J (Pearl R) oilwkr h11233 Van Buren, p. 1182

18. Found in the 1934, 38, 42, California, Los Angeles County, Howard precinct 11, 1938-precinct 17, voters registration list, Martin, Willard J., 11233 S. Van Buren, oil worker, D

19. Found in the 1940 U.S Census California( Apr '40), Los Angeles Co., Los Angeles, ed 60-490, sheet 7B, 4410 Mettler St., age 40, b. Minn, ED; H-2, with parents; Frank (72) and Anna K. (64).

20. 1942: WWII Draft Registration Card: Willard John Martin, ser.# 328, residence: 11232 So. Budlong Ave. Los Angeles, Los Angeles, Cal., mailing address: same, age: 44, POB: North Branch, Mich., DOB: 14 Feb 1898, name and address of person who will always know your address: Anna K. Martin, 1311 W. 45th St., Los Angeles, Cal., Employer: Union Oil Co. of Cal., Place of employment: 617 W. 7th St. Los Angeles, Los Angeles, Cal., race: white, height: 6' 4 1/4", weight: 218, eyes: Blue, hair: Blonde, Scar on right upper lip, signed at Local Board No. 259, Los Angeles, Los Angeles Co., Calif., 14 Feb 1942

21. Found in the 1944, 46, California, Los Angeles County, Los Angeles precinct 300, voters registration list, Martin, Willard J., 1311 W. 45th St., D (Pearl not listed)(with father; Frank)


Notes:
1. SSN application in Michigan.
        Willard married 1 (1) Pearl L. Hunt on 18 Apr 1920 in Los Angeles, Los Angeles Co., CA. The marriage ended in divorce.Pearl was born on 4 Mar 1888 in Riverside Co., CA. She died on 1 Aug 1961 in San Jacinto, Riverside Co., CA.

1. Daughter of George Franklin Hunt and Elizabeth Crawford.
- Final rites for George Franklin Hunt, pioneer San Jacinto resident who passed away July 16 at the age of 81, will be held at 10 a.m. today in the Harford Funeral Home at Hemet. Rev. William Pearce, retired Congregational minister, will officiate. San Jacinto Masonic lodge will have charge of the burial rites of that order at graveside services in the San Jacinto Valley cemetery, where Mrs. Hunt was buried in 1928. Surviving Mr. Hunt, who had lived here 49 years, are three daughters, Mrs. Minnie Wall, Mrs. Pearl Stonehouse and Mrs. Ida Adams, all of San Jacinto, and seven grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. (July 20, 1938)
- Mrs. George Hunt, 73, a resident of San Jacinto for 30 years, passed away late Wednesday night at her home on San Jacinto street. The deceased had been in poor health for sometime, but her passing was unexpected and came as a shock to her friends. Funeral services are to be held this (Friday) afternoon at the Roulston & Harford funeral home, and interment will be made in the Valley cemetery. Rev. William Pearce of Hemet will officiate at the services. The deceased is survived by her husband and her daughter, Mrs. William Wall, of San Jacinto. (Feb. 17, 1928)

2. Found in the 1900 U.S Census California, Riverside Co., Hemet Twnsp, sheet 5, age 12, with parents George (43) and Elizabeth (44), and siblings; Luther (22) Minnie (9) and Ida (10)

3. Marriage Licenses
STONEHOUSE-HUNT -- George G. Stonehouse, a native of Iowa and resident of Los Angeles, aged 25, and Pearl L. Hunt, a native of California and resident of San Jacinto, aged 18. (Riverside Independent Enterprise, Dec. 23, 1906, p. 5)

4. Married - At San Jacinto, December 25, at the residence of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Hunt, Mr. George Stonehouse and Miss Pearlie Hunt, Judge William Vawter officiating. The wedding ceremony took place at 11:30 o'clock, and after the usual dinner the happy couple took the 1 p.m. train for Los Angeles, where they will take up their residence. Only the intimate friends were present. The bride is a handsome brunette of eighteen summers. Mr. Stonehouse is one of the owners of the merry-go-round that was here last summer, and during his short stay in the city he made many warm friends by his deeds of charity and kindly disposition. (Riverside Independent Enterprise, Dec. 28, 1906)

5. Had a son; George Stonehouse, born 29 Mar 1908.

6. Found in the 1910 U.S Census California, Riverside Co., San Jacinto, p. 6, Pearl Stonehouse, age 22, 1st marr. marr 3 yrs, 1 of 1 child, with parents Frank (52) and Elizabeth (54) 4 of 6 children, and sister Ida (20)
Her husband George G. Stonehouse is on the USS Yorktown, Navy yard Mare Island, CA

7. Found in the 1920 U.S Census California, Los Angeles Co., Wilmington, (7 Jan 1920) sheet 7A, 1040 Barracks St., age 22, truck driver Union Oil Co., with wife Pearl L. (31) and George Stonehouse (11)

8. DIVORCES GRANTED
J. W. Martin from Pearl Martin, interlocutory decree. (Riverside Daily Press, Dec. 2, 1924)

9. Found in the 1930 U.S Census California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles Co., sheet 10B, Pearl L. Stonehouse, age 42, widowed, owns home $5500, with son George H. Stonehouse (21) and lodger George G. Stevenson (46)

10. Found in the 1940 U.S Census California, Riverside Co., San Jacinto (24 Apr '40) ED 33-72, sheet 9B, Pearl L. Stonehouse, age 52, rents $15, single, POB: CA, with border Ernest J. Earl (67)(wd)
Residence 1935: Los Angeles, CA.

11. Married Ernest J. Earl about 1942

12. Mentioned in her sister Ida's Obit; "She also leaves two sisters, Mrs. Minnie Wall and Mrs. Pearl Earl, both of San Jacinto" (April, 1944)


Notes:
1. Ernest Earl Rites Set
San Jacinto -- Services will be held at Harford Funeral Home here tomorrow at 10 a.m. for Ernest J. Earl, 87, retired farmer who died at a Riverside hospital Sunday. Rev. Edward L. Rodda, pastor of Hemet's First Baptist Church. will conduct the service, to be followed by interment at San Jacinto Valley Cemtery. Earl was born in Pella, Iowa, Dec. 4, 1872, and had lived in the San Jacinto Valley 26 years. His last residence was at 456 W. Seventh. Survivors include the widow, Pearl; three daughters, Mrs. James J. Carlin of Carlsbad, Mrs. Walter Kinney of Elgin, Nebr., and Mrs. James Snyder of Sacramento; one son, Clarence Earl of Eugene, Ore.; seven grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. (The Daily Enterprise, Nov. 22, 1960)
        Willard married 1 (2) Pearl Rheuhama Evans on 5 Mar 1930 in Los Angles Co., CA. Pearl was born on 17 Jan 1905 in Seligman, Barry Co., MO. She died on 27 Jan 2007 in Brea, Orange Co., CA.

1. Daughter of David Maberry Evans and Rebecca Mary Roller.

2. Found in the 1910 U.S Census Missouri, Barry Co., Washburn, sheet 4A, age 5, with parents David M. (55) 2nd marr. 16yrs marr., and Rebecca M. (45) 2nd marr, 4 of 4 children, and siblings Charles E. (14), Arval R. (10) and Marie L. (6)

3. Found in the 1920 U.S Census Missouri, Barry Co., Washburn, sheet 2A, RFD2, age 15, with mother R. Evans (54) owns home, and siblings, Charlie (24), Irvelle (20), Marie (18) and Charlie (12)

4. 1922: July; Married first: Charles Nelson Aselin. Charles was the son of George E. Martin and Kate Morehouse.

5. Found in the 1929 Los Angeles, CA city directory; Aselin Chas N (Pearl) police h8224 Beech, p. 362
6. Found in the 1929 Los Angeles, CA city directory; Aselin Pearl Mrs asst br mgr Van de Kamps Bakery r8224 Beech, p. 362

7. Found in the 1930 U.S Census California, Los Angeles Co., Huntington Park, San Antonio Twnsp, District 1323, page 7A, Malabar, rents, age 25

8. Found in the 1930, California, Los Angeles County, Los Angeles precinct 261, voters registration list, Martin Mrs., Pearl R., 4410 Mettler St., slsldy, D

9. Found in the 1932 Los Angeles, CA city directory; Martin Willard J (Pearl) oilwkr h972 W 43d, p. 1370
10. Found in the 1932 Los Angeles, CA city directory; Martin Pearl br mgr Van de Kamps r972 W 43d, p. 1369

11. Found in the 1936 Los Angeles, CA city directory; Martin Willard J (Pearl R) oilwkr h11233 Van Buren, p. 1182

12. Found in the 1934, 38, 42, California, Los Angeles County, Howard precinct 11, 1938-precinct 17, voters registration list, Martin Mrs., Pearl R., 11233 S. Van Buren, saleslady, D

13. Obit: Pearl R Evans Evans, 102
EVANS - Pearl R. Evans, passed away January 27, 2007, at age 102. Born in Missouri on January 17, 1905. Pearl was a 55-year resident of Whittier; an 82-year member of Eastern Star; a 75-year member of White Shrine and Order of the Amaranth; a devoted member of El Monte Women's Club, El Monte VFW Auxiliary, El Monte and Rosemead City of Hope Chapters, and the Church of Religious Science. She retired from Van de Kamp's Bakery after 43 years supervising stores from Pasadena to Indio, as well as overseeing expansion into No. California and the Midwest. She is survived by nephew Melvin D. McMullen (Jennifer Marie); niece Pearl Geer (Michael); granddaughter Deborah Langenbacher (Harry); many grand and great grand nieces and nephews, as well as a host of friends. Services will be at Hillside Chapel, Rose Hills Cemetery, Whittier, 9:00 A.M., Saturday, February 3, with viewing Friday, Feburuary 2 from 5:00 to 8:00 P.M. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests donations to City of Hope, 1500 E. Duarte Rd., Duarte, CA 91010. (San Gabriel Valley Tribune (West Covina, CA), January 31, 2007)
        Willard married 1 (3) Martha Elizabeth Moore on 20 May 1945 in Los Angeles, Los Angeles Co., CA. Martha was born on 6 Aug 1900 in Iowa Park, Wichita Co., TX. She died 2 on 30 Sep 1961 in Duarte, Los Angeles Co., CA.

1. Daughter of George James Moore and Octavia Louisa Akers.

2. Found in the 1930 U.S Census Oklahoma, Oklahoma Co., Oklahoma City, wd-2, sheet 5B, 915 1/2 North East Tenth St., age 29, with children, Lester W. (11), James J. (5) and Jacqueline (4 11/12), at the home of her sister Julia A. Hudson (24) and her husband Thomas H. Hudson (30)

3. Found in the 1940 U.S Census California, Los Angeles Co., wd-4, Councilmanic, (6 Apr '40) ED 60-275, sheet 4A, 241 1/2 No. Larchmont, age 30, ed;8, with husband Lester Shumacher (34) ed;H-1 (no children)?


Notes:
1. Married earlier; Lester W. Shumaker at Denver, Colorado, 26 Sept. 1915.
  418 M ii George Ellice Martin was born 1 on 6 Aug 1903 in Pittville, Lassen Co., CA. He died 2 on 20 Jun 1958 in Los Angeles, Los Angeles Co., CA.

1. Found in the 1910 U.S Census California, Shasta Co., Burney Valley, district 1, sheet 5, age 6

2. Found in the 1920 U.S Census California, Los Angeles Co., Los Angeles, district 8, page 14A, 4410 Mettler, age 16, with parents Frank H. (51) owns home, and Anna K. (44) and brother Willard J. (21)

3. Marriage Licenses IN SANTA ANA
George E. Martin, 22, and Hazel I. Samuel, 20, both of Los Angeles. (Santa Ana Register, Aug. 19, 1921, p. 3)

4. Lad Couldn't Keep Secret Of Marriage
George Ellice Martin and Hazel Samuels eloped to Santa Ana August 17, 1921 and were wed. They decided to keep it a secret from his parents. However George, who is 18, just couldn’t keep the secret; he wanted his mamma in on it. So he told her a month after the ceremony. Mrs. Martin frowned. She wanted to see the young lady. She did. She frowned some more. They hadn’t lived together at all. Wednesday the young couple under the maternal eye of Mrs. Martin appeared in Judge Summerfield’s court to have the marriage annuled. ‘‘Do you want your marriage annuled?” the court asked the bride. ‘‘Yes I do” she answered shyly. So the married career of George Ellice Martin ended. He installs radio sets he told the court and up to a month ago was a student. Mrs. Martin testified her husband told her he was 22 at the time of the wedding. She is 20. (Los Angeles Evening Post Record, April 26, 1922, p. 2)

5. Found in the 1924 Los Angeles, CA. city directory; Martin Geo E auto opr r4410 Mettler (p. 2104)

6. Found in the 1926 Los Angeles, CA. city directory; Martin, Geo E auto opr r4410 Mettler, p. 2104

7. Found in the 1929 Los Angeles, CA. city directory; Martin, Geo E slsmn N L Craig r4410 Mettler, p. 1489

8. Found in the 1930 U.S Census California, Los Angeles Co., Los Angeles, district 324, page 15A, age 26

9. Found in the 1930 Los Angeles, CA. city directory; Geo E, slsmn, N L Craig, r4410 Mettler.

10. Found in the 1930 California, Los Angeles County, Los Angeles precinct 261, voters registration list, Martin, George E., 4410 Mettler St., slsmn, R

11. Found in the 1932 Los Angeles, CA. city directory; Martin, Geo E. slsman Mrs M L White r4410 Mettler St., p. 1367

12. Found in the 1938 Los Angeles, CA. city directory; Martin, Geo E. (Anne) slsman Westn Auto Supp Co radios 1410 Venice blvd, p. 1329

13. Found in the 1939 Los Angeles, CA. city directory; Martin, Geo E (Angelus D) radio rpr 1410 Venice blvd, p. 1346

14. Found in the 1940 U.S Census California, Los Angeles Co., Los Angeles ( 19 Apr '40) ED 60-773, sheet 61A, 1410 Venice Blvd., age 36, POB: Calif., ED; H-4, with wife Angelus (33)

15. 1942: WWII Draft Registration Card: George Ellice Martin, ser.# 1476, residence: 1410 Venice Blvd, L.A., L.A., Calif., mailing address: same, age: 38, POB: Pittville, Calif., DOB: 6 Aug 1903, name and address of person who will always know your address: F. H. Martin - 1311 W. 45th St., L.A. Cal., Employer: Own, Place of employment: 1410 Venice Blvd. L.A. L.A. Calif., race: white, height: 6' 1 1/2", weight: 160, eyes: Blue, hair: Brown, Scar on forehead + right hand, signed at Local Board No. 232, So. Arlington, Los Angeles Co., Calif., 14 Feb 1942

16. Found in the 1942 Los Angeles, CA. city directory; Martin, Geo E (Angelus) radios 1410 Venice blvd, p. 1549

17. Obit:
Martin, George E., beloved husband of Mary-Angelus Martin, son of Frank H. Martin, brother of Willard Martin. Recitation of the Rosary Sunday, 2:30 p.m. at Ulter-McKinley's Southwest Chapel. Requiem Mass Monday, 10 a.m. at Mother of Sorrows Church. (Los Angeles Times, 22 June 1958, A16)
        George married 1 (1) Hazel Irene Samuel on 17 Aug 1921 in Los Angeles, Los Angeles Co., CA. The marriage ended in divorce.Hazel was born on 3 Jul 1901 in Denver, Denver Co., CO. She died on 1 Nov 1992 in Las Cruces, Dona Ana Co., NM.

1. Daughter of John Hugh Samuel and Sarah Williams.
- JOHN HUGH SAMUEL
LOMITA — John Hugh Samuel 74 Lomita manager for the county water district died suddenly yesterday at his home 25445 Cypress. (Dec. 1940)

2. The Troubles of Mrs. Samuel
She wants Divorce and Custody of Her Children - Lengthy Complaint About Spouse is Filed
Sarah Samuel says that her husband, John H. Samuel, on July 27 removed his trunk and personal belongings from their home, and has since resided elsewhere. She says that he has ceased to cherish her, and he's transferred his affections to another women. Mrs. Samuel secured a writ of ne exeat against her husband in the county court yesterday, and has filed complaint for divorce. Among other things, Mrs. Samuel declares that her husband, an employee in the Vulcan Iron works, earning from $50 to $100 a month, has falsely told her friends that he has caused this alleged fact to be published in the papers. He has also refused to deny the statement that he has secretly obtained an alleged divorce, she alleges. Mrs. Samuel asks for the custody of her children, David, aged 11, and Hazel, aged 3, and $50 a month alimony. (Denver Rocky Mountain News, Aug. 11, 1904, p. 13)

3. Found in the 1910 U.S Census Colorado, Denver Co., Denver, wd-4, sheet 11A, 2349 California St., age 8, with mother Sarah (42) divorced, and brother David (17)

4. Found in the 1920 U.S Census California, Los Angeles Co., Los Angeles, precinct 110, sheet 14A, 4415B South Park Ave., age 18, with mother Sarah (52) divorced, rents,

5. Found in the 1930 U.S Census California, Los Angeles Co., Los Angeles, Assembly district 65, sheet 1B, 5414 Tenth Ave., Hazel Mortensen, age 27, rents $35, with radio, with daughter Jean Loraine (3) and grandfather D. J. Williams (89) widow

6. Found in the 1940 U.S Census California, Fresno Co., Judicial Twp 3 ( 18 Apr '40) ED 10-55, sheet 4A, 3612 Balch, age 38, rents $35, ed 8, POB: Colorado, with husband Jess (38) and children Jean L. (13) and Jess G. (3) and mother Sarah Samuel (72)(div)
Residence in 1935: Los Angeles, CA.

7. LAS CRUCES Hazel Mortensen, 91, of Las Cruces died Sunday (Nov. 1, 1992). Graveside service will be today in Inglewood Park Cemetery in Inglewood, Calif. Survivors include her son, Jess Mortensen. She was a homemaker and had lived in Las Cruces since 1986. Arrangements are by Graham's Mortuary. (El Paso Times, Nov. 3, 1992, p. 8)


Notes:
1. Married Fred Nelson Becker, 7 Nov. 1923 at Los Angeles, CA.
2. Married Jess O. Mortensen, 30 Dec. 1925 at Los Angeles, CA.
        George married 1 (2) Angelus "Mary-Angelus" L. Durand on 31 Mar 1935 in Los Angeles, Los Angeles Co., CA. The marriage ended in divorce.Angelus was born 2 on 11 Jan 1907 in {Norwalk}, Los Angeles Co., CA. She died on 8 Mar 1986 in Granbury, Hood Co., TX.

1. Daughter of Arthur Damian Durand and Bessie Margaret Linam.
- DURAND ARTHUR DAMIEN OURANO 116 Trinity Circle St. Francis Village On Sunday November 10. Survivors: Dauqhter, Mrs. Raymond W. Hyers Fort Worth, nephew Eugene Durand Roswell, New Mexico. Friends may call Harveson & Cole Funeral Home 702 Eighth Ave Pedta and Mass of Christian Burial tion of Rosary 7 pm Tuesday 9 30 a m Wednesday, St. Francis Village Chaoei Rev. Philip Kroehler OFM. Interment Laurel Land. Arranqements Harveson & Cole. (Nov. 1974)

2. Found in the 1910 U.S Census California, Los Angeles Co., Norwalk, sheet 11, age 3, with parents Arthur (24) and Bessie M. (22)

3. Found in the 1920 U.S Census California, Los Angeles Co., Artesia, district 493, sheet 10B, line 86, age 12, with parents Arthur (35) and Bessie M. (30) and Eugene Durand (69)

4. Found in the 1939 Los Angeles, CA. city directory; Martin, Geo E (Angelus D) radio rpr 1410 Venice blvd, p. 1346

5. Found in the 1940 U.S Census California, Los Angeles Co., Los Angeles ( 19 Apr '40) ED 60-773, sheet 61A, 1410 Venice Blvd., age 33, POB: Calif., ED; C-1, with husband George (36)

6. Found in the 1942 Los Angeles, CA. city directory; Martin, Geo E (Angelus) radios 1410 Venice blvd, p. 1549

7. Married second; Raymond W. Hyers, May 10, 1959, at Los Angeles, CA.

8. Obit: Mary Angelus Hyers
Mary Angelus Hyers of Granbury died Friday at Hood General Hospital. She was born Jan. 9, 1907, in California and was 79 years old at the time of her death. She married Raymond W. Hyers May 10, 1968 in Los Angeles, Calif, and had lived in Granbury for the past 18 months. Hyers was a member of the Catholic church and lived most of her life in California and 16 years in St. Francis Village in Crowley. Survivors include her husband, Raymond Hyers of Granbury; two nieces, Jean Baker of Granbury and Susan F. Miller. (Hood County News, March 13, 1986, p. 22)

Notes:
1. At time of marriage was from Artesia, CA.

185. George Edwin Martin (Alice Ann Barnes , Sarah S. Sutton , Daniel , Philpot John ) was born 1 on 27 Jun 1870 in Merton, Steele Co., MN. He died 2, 3, 4 on 10 Mar 1957 in Los Angeles Co., CA.

1. Found in the 1875 Minnesota state census, Steele Co., Meriden, family 120, W.E. Martin age 30, with A. A. Barnes age 26, F. L. Barnes age 7, G. E. Barnes age 2, J. M. Barnes age 0

2. Found in the 1880 U.S Census Minnesota, Steele Co., Merton, district 238, page 10, age 9, with parents Willard E. (43) and Alice A. (31) and siblings Frank H. (12), Bessie (5) and May (3/12) [March]

3. Found in the 1885 Minnesota state census, Steele Co., Merton, age 14, with Willard E., 48, Alice A., 35, Bessie J., 10, Grace M., 5, Baby 2. The family immediately prior is that of Sarah Barnes.

4. Found in the 1894 Superior, WI city directory; Martin, George state weighmaster, bds 4th s w cor Thompson av (p. 208)

5. A very pretty event was the wedding of Mr. George E. Martin, of Superior Wisconsin, and Miss Katie A. Morehouse, of San Diego, California, which took place at the home of , the bride's cousin Mrs. A. Moncrieff, in this city at 8 o'clock last Tuesday evening. Some thirty-five or forty relatives and friends were present. The groom is a son of County Treasurer Martin and at present serves in the capacity of deputy weigh master at Superior. The bride is a daughter of Mr. Nelson Morehouse who was a resident of Owatonna until two years ago. Mr. and Mrs. Martin left Wednesday afternoon for Superior, their future home. (The Peoples Press, Owatonna, Nov. 2, 1894)

6. Mr. George Martin, wheat inspector at one of our mills, gave the boys the slip very neatly the other day, when he went away "to see his mother," and then to return Thursday evening with a beautiful young bride. They received a hearty welcome from their many friends here. (The Superior Times, Nov. 3, 1894)

7. Marriage Licenses Issued Since Last Report
October 30, George E. Martin, of Douglas county. Wisconsin, and Katie A. Morehouse, of San Diego county California. (The Peoples Press, Owatonna, Nov. 9, 1894)

8. There is a George Martin found in the 1895 Wisconsin state census; Douglas county, Superior, (20 June 1895); George Martin, 1 male, 1 female, both United States nativity

9. Mr. George Martin, wife and two children arrived in the city last Sunday from their home at Superior, Wis., and are now visiting relatives and friends in diiferent parts of the county. Mr. Martin is a son of Mr. W. E. Martin, formerly county treasurer. (The Peoples Press, March 19, 1897)

10. George E. Martin, wife and two children, from St. Paul, were in Owatonna and spent Thanksgiving with Mr. Martin's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Willard Martin. On Wednesday they visited his brother at Bixby. They will return home Saturday. George has a job as mail clerk between St. Paul and Duluth. (The Peoples Press, Owatonna, Nov. 30, 1900)

11. George E. Martin, wife and two children, of St. Paul, left for their home last Saturday. They had been visiting Mr. Martin's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Martin and family, 386 Academy street, Thanksgiving day and Friday. George holds a position as mail clerk in the railway postal car service between St. Paul and Duluth. (The Peoples Press, Owatonna, Dec. 7, 1900)

12. Found in the 1900 U.S Census Wisconsin, Douglas Co., Superior City, district 65, sheet 7A, West Seventh St., rents, age 29, DOB: June 1870, POB:Minn, marr 5yrs, with wife Katie A. DOB: Apr 1877, marr 5yrs, POB: Minn, 2 of 2 children, Charles Nelson 4, DOB:Sep 1895, POB: Wis, Loyd E. 1, DOB:Sep 1898, POB: Wis

13. Mr. and Mrs. George Martin returned home last Sunday. They had been spending several days visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Martin and family. Mr. Martin is in the government railway mail service and runs between St. Paul and Duluth on the Northern Pacific railroad. (The Peoples Press, July 26, 1901)

14. DECISION RENDERED.
Judge Buckham Gives Charge of Child in Keeping of W. E. Martin and Alice Martin - Denies Mother's Petition
The Syllabus of the Decision.
Judge Thomas S. Buckham, of Faribault, has rendered a decison in the action brought by Katie A. Martin against W. E. Martin and Alice Martin to recover the custody of her sou, Charlie N. Martin. The court's decision was adverse to the mother's petition, and is as follows: State of Minnesota, Fifth Judicial District. District Court, Steele County. State of Minnesota, ex rel, Katie A. Martin against W. E. Martin and Alice Martin. A writ of habeas corpus having issued out of this court upon the petition of said relator, addressed to eaoh of said respondents, commanding them to have the body of said Charlie N. Martin before the undersigned juuge of Baid court, thereafter, and at the hour named in said writ for the return thereof, said relator Bad the respondents appeared before me, the relator in person and by her attorney, S. T. Littleton, Esq., and the respondents in person and by their attorneys, Wheelock & Sperry, the said respondents having at the said time produced before me Chaiiie N. Martin, and thereupon, on such day and subsequent days, to which such proceedings were adjourned, respondents made and filed return to which return the relator duly made and tiled her answer. Thereupon an examintion was duly had into facte contained in said writ and into the cause of the alleged confinement and detention of said Charlie N. Martin, and the witnesses called on behalf of the respective parties were duly examined and said matter finally submitted and taken under advisement by said court. It appears from the evidence, and I find as facts, that the said Charlie N. Martin is seven years old, and the child of the relator and one George E. Martin who are husband and wife but are now living apart from each other; that up to a short time prior to the commencement of these proceedings the home of the relator and her husband was in the state of Montana and that the relator separated from her said husband, left his home and said state and went to reside in Chicago, in the state of Illinois, taking with her a younger child of said parties, claiming to be compelled to such course by the cruel and inhuman treatment of her husband. That thereupon the relator's husband, claiming that his wife had abandoned him without cause returned to the city of Owatonna, Steele county, where both parties had resided previous to their marriage, and brought with him the said Charlie N. Martin, and placed him in the care and custody of his mother and father, the respondents herein, and the grandparents of the said Charlie N. Martin, where he has since remained, and where his father provides the necessary expenses of his support, and at present makes his own residence. That the respondents are attached to said child and said child to the respondents, and that the respondents are fit and proper persons to have his care and custody, and that all things considered, the welfare of said child will be best sub served by leaving him for the present under the care and custody of the respondents, and in the oversight of his father. It is therefore ordered, that the said Charlie N. Martin be and remain in the care, custody and control of the respondents, until further order of this court, and that the prayer of the petitioner be denied, and the writ discharged.
THOMAS S. BUCKHAM,
District Judge.
Mem.—In proceedings of this character, where there is NO showing that the husband is more to blame than the wife for their separation there is only one question to be considered; whether the well being of the child requires it to be taken from the custody of the father and transferred to that of the mother. Without laying any special stress on the superior rights of the father, all other things being equal, I can see no reason why it would be any advantage to the child to order the change desired by the relator. All other questions relating to this family quarrel are matters to be determined, it at all, in a different form of action. (The Peoples Press, Owatonna, Jan. 2, 1903)

15. DIVORCE IS GRANTED
Judge Webster, of Montana. Renders His Findings In the Divorce Case of George E. Martin and Katie A. Martin
- Mother Given Custody of Children -
Judge Frederick C. Webster, of the fourth Judicial District court, state Montana, filed with the clerk of court of the county of Missoula, February 16th, 1904, his decision granting to Katie A. Martin absolute divorce from George E. Martin. In his findings Judge Webster writes "That the plaintiff (George E. Martin) is not entitled to a divorce from the defendant," that the defendant (Mrs. Katie A. Martin) is entitled to a divorce from plaintiff and further that to Mrs. Katie A. Martin he awarded the care and custody of the minor children," Charles N. Martin and Lloyd N. Martin who were to them born. (The Peoples Press, Owatonna, Feb. 26, 1904)

16. Found in the 1905 Missoula, MT city directory; Martin, George E car clk N P Ry b 530 N 4th (p. 146)

17. Found in the 1910 U.S Census Kansas, Barber Co., Sharon Twp, district 4, sheet 7B, age 39, 2nd marr, marr 4yrs, and wife Flore F. (39), 0 of 0 children, and brother-in-law Oscar F. Nesselroad (20)

18. WILL WINTER IN KANSAS
Mr. and Mrs. Martin To Visit at Sharon, Kansas.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Martin and daughter, Miss Bessie Martin are planning to spend the winter with their son, George E. Martin and family. If possible they will leave for Sharon, Kansas this coming Monday. (The Peoples Press, Oct. 27, 1911, p. 1)

19. Found in the 1915 Kansas state census, Harper Co., Lawn, age 44, POB: Minn, rents farm, and wife Flora (44) POB: Ohio, next home is that of Nelson Nesselroad.

20. Found in the 1920 U.S Census California, Los Angeles Co., Los Angeles, district 8, sheet 17A, Michigan Ave, age 49, with wife Flora (49) at the home of his parents, Willard E. (83) and Alice (70) and siblings, Bessie (45) and Ruth (37). Not working at the time of the census.

21. Call sign: 6BSL, Owner: G. E. Martin, Address: 4410 Mettler St., Los Angeles, Calif., Power: 1,000 Watts (Amateur Radio Stations of the United States, June 1922, p. 163)

22. Found in the 1923 San Fernando, CA. city directory; Martin, Geo E (Flora F) slsmn Security Land & Investment Co r12849 Sayre av (p. 201)

23. Found in the 1924 San Fernando, CA. city directory; Martin, Geo E (Flora F) rancher h12849 Sayre av (p. 265)

24. Found in the 1926 San Fernando, CA. city directory; Martin, Geo E h12849 Sayre av R R A box 137(p. 594)

25. Found in the 1928 San Fernando, CA. city directory; Martin, Geo E (Flora F) r12849 Sayre av RD A (p. 612)

26. Found in the 1930 San Fernando, CA. city directory; Martin, Geo E r rt 1 bx 1446 (p. 662)

27. Found in the 1930 U.S Census California, Los Angeles Co., Los Angeles, District 605, sheet 47A, 14261 Sayer Ave., age 59, owns home $2000 w/radio, and wife Flora F. (49)

28. Found in the 1932, 34, California, Los Angeles County, Los Angeles precinct 1479, voters registration list, Martin, George E., 2010 Michigan Av. Rep

29. His sister Grace is at his residence in the 1936 Los Angeles, CA. city directory; Gage Gerald R (Grace) slsmn h2010 Michigan av, p. 678
[also 1932, 37, 38]

30. Of Newberg, Yamhill Co., Oregon. (brother-in-law Charles obit)

31. Found in the 1940 U.S Census Oregon, Yamhill Co., [Newberg] Springbrook (5 Apr '40) ED 36-2, sheet 2B, Route 1, owns; $1500, age 69, POB; Minn, ed; H-2, with wife Nora F. (69) POB: Ohio
Residence in 1935; same house

32. Found in the 1949 Alhambra, CA. city directory; Martin, Geo E (Flora ) h409 Florence av (p. 660)

Notes:
1. Calif death index shows middle name as Edward not Edwin.

George married 1, 2 (1) Kate Alsina Morehouse on 6 Nov 1894 in Owatonna, Steele Co., MN. The marriage ended in divorce.Kate was born on 8 Apr 1876 in Owatonna, Steele Co., MN. She died 3 on 20 Apr 1960 in Los Angeles Co., CA.

1. Daughter of Nelson Morehouse and Mary Viola J. Brown.
- DEATH OF NELSON MOREHOUSE
Nelson Morehouse died Sunday morning at the family residence, 2628 I street, aged 58 years. Deceased had been a resident of this city since 1892 and was the owner of considerable real estate. The deceased was born in Cleveland, O., Feb. 18, 1842. While yet a youth, his father emigrated to Owatonna, Minn. Here he grew to manhood and carried on a successful mercantile business. In 1873 he was married to Miss Mary V. J. Brown. To this union two children were born, Charles N. Morehouse, an attorney who resides in Chicago, Ill., and Miss Katie A. Morehouse, now wife of George E. Martin, of Superior, Wis. Mr. Morehouse was a man of sterling worth and integrity, generous to a fault, and held in the highest esteem by all who knew him. (The Evening Tribune (San Diego), Feb. 5, 1900, p. 8)

In 1855-6 many others came and all parts of the county received settlers. The following is a partial list of the pioneers:...Nelson Morehouse, Dr. E. M. Morehouse,... "In the spring of 1856 Ezra Abbott built a steam saw mill, and in the fall Mr. N. Morehouse built a saw-mill on the water-power on the west bank of the river [Straight River]. These mills added very materially to the growth and interests of the new settlement." (p. 22, History of Steele and Waseca Counties, Minnesota : an album of history and biography, embracing sketches of the villages, cities, and townships,..)

When spring opened, in 1855, the settlement continued rapidly. During the spring and early summer the following named all came, many accompanied by their families: Addison Phelps, Nelson Morehouse, B. L. Arnold, Joel Wilson, Dexter Carlton, Parker Carlton, Alson Selleck, N. Winship, John Wilcox, two Schimeks, David Lindersmith, Leonard and Simeon Case, Bazil Meek, Obed Gaines, Miner Prisby, Adolphus Town, Philo Sanford, Charles Ellison, John H. and Ezra Abbott, C. G. Haynes. John Moon and Mr. Ward. (p. 854) In the fall of 1856 Nelson Morehouse erected a building and put a saw mill into operation on the water power on the west side of the river. He operated this for a number of years, and it was finally remodeled into a flouring mill.(p. 856, HISTORY OF RICE AND STEELE COUNTIES, Vol. II)

Morehouse Dam, Owatonna: The Morehouse Dam is related to an early sawmill and several nineteenth-century flour mills located on the northwest bank of the Straight River south near downtown Owatonna. In 1856 Nelson Morehouse, one of the first settlers in the area, oversaw the building of a wooden dam and establishment of a sawmill and flourmill on this site. In 1909 the dam was rebuilt replacing all woodwork in the dam with concrete and cement. From 1925-1927 the dam and mill was an early home for the Campbell Cereal Company that produced Malt-O Meal. Morehouse Park was given as a memorial to the City in 1913 by the Morehouse family on the condition it would remain a park forever. The dam and adjacent property became part of the park when the mill was torn down around 1942 and the property acquired by the City. Riprap and concrete abutments have been added to stabilize the banks. A 1940’s cast iron picket fence can still be found on top of the mill’s original foundation walls.

2. Found in the 1880 U.S Census Minnesota, Steele Co., Owatonna, (NA Film T9-0635), p. 2, age 4, with parents Nelson (36) and Mary (23) and brother Charles (5)

3. Found in the 1885 Minnesota state census, Steele Co., Owatonna, p. 10, age 9, with parents; Nelson (40) and Mary (27) and N.C (10).

4. LOCAL INTELIGENCE
IN GENERAL
From Friday's Daily
Miss Kate Morehouse, the charming daughter of N. Morehouse of 522 Tenth street, was married at Owatonna, Minn., on the 6th inst. to George Martin of Superior, Wis. (column one, p. 8)

5. Marriage Licenses
- October 30, George E. Martin, of Douglas county. Wisconsin, and Katie A. Morehouse, of San Diego county California. (The Peoples Press, Nov. 9, 1894)

6. MARRIED
MARTIN - MOREHOUSE -- At Owatonna, Minn., November 6, 1894, George Martin of Superior, Wis., and Miss Kate Morehouse of San Diego. (column seven, p. 8)
(The San Diego Weekly Union, Nov. 22, 1894, p. 8)

7. There is a George Martin found in the 1895 Wisconsin state census; Douglas county, Superior, (20 June 1895); George Martin, 1 male, 1 female, both United States nativity

8. Found in the 1900 U.S Census Wisconsin, Douglas Co., Superior City, district 65, sheet 7A, West Seventh St., rents, age 23, DOB: Apr 1877, marr 5yrs, POB: Minn, 2 of 2 children, George 29, DOB: June 1870, POB:Minn, marr 5yrs, Charles Nelson 4, DOB:Sep 1895, POB: Wis, Loyd E. 1, DOB:Sep 1898, POB: Wis

9. OBJECTS TO DISTRIBUTION
NELSON MOREHOUSE ESTATE
A Daughter Wants a Third Instead Of a Fourth
A contest is on in the superior court over the distribution of the Nelson Morehouse estate, which is valued at $23,753.29, according to the petition for distribution filed on April 1. The petition asked that one-half of the estate be given to the widow and the other half to the two children. One of these children, Katie A. Martin, yesterday filed objections to the petition and also to the final account of the administratior, C. N. Morehouse. The daughter objects to the petition because it says that the estate is community property and that it was acquired by the deceased after his marriage. The objector alleges that none of it is community property and that the whole of it was made and accumulated in Minnesota; that the removal of it to California did not change its character from separate to community property. Under the laws of Minnesota, it is claimed, the widow is entitled to one-third of the estate and no more, and the children get the remainder, therefore C. N. Morehouse and Katie Martin, the two children, are each entitled to a third. The objector asks the court to declare the estate to be separate property.
Three items in the final account of the administrator are objected to. All three are promissory notes alleged to have been paid, and the items are objected to on the ground that the notes are secured by mortgages on property without the state and that they have not been paid and are still a part of the estate. One note is for $1,188.31, executed by Peter Anderson of Owatonna, Minn.; the second is for $787.82 and was given by Joseph H. and Louise Dietz of the same place; the third is for $1,383.42 and is the note of Caesar and Louise Zanetti, also of Owatonna. Further objection is made on the ground that the final account is not verified and rendered under the oath of the administrator as required by law. (The San Diego Weekly Union, April 18, 1901, p. 2)

10. A QUIET WEDDING
Dr. William M. Johnson and Miss Mary V. J. Morehouse were married last night at 7:30 by Rev. Clarence True Wilson of the First Methodist chuech. The ceremony was observed in the pastor's reception room where a number of invited friends had gathered. (The Evening Tribune (San Diego), July 18, 1901, p. 5)

11. Found in the 1905 Chicago, IL city directory; Martin Katherine Mrs hotel 111 Franklin (p. 355)

12. 1906; Married second; 20 Mar 1906, at Cook Co., IL., George Henry Aselin, b. 24 Jun 1878, IL, d. 29 Nov. 1947, Los Angeles, CA.

13. Found in the 1910 U.S Census Illinois, Cook Co., Chicago 14-WD, district 693, sheet 2A, Walnut St., age 32, 2nd marriage, 2 of 2 children. A son Charles, age 15 is with them.

14. In the 1913 Los Angeles, CA city directory; Aselin, Geo H metrmn h 206 W 77th (p. 191)

15. In the 1916 Los Angeles, CA city directory; Aselin, George H metermn L A Gas & Elec Corp h 206 W 77th, the next entry there is a Lloyd I mach r 206 W 77th (p. 301)

16. Marriage Licenses
MILLIGAN - JOHNSON -- George E. Milligan, 52; Mary V. J. Johnson, 53. (Los Angeles Herald, Sept. 29, 1916)

17. 1918: George Aselin; WWI draft card: residence; 525 West 54th St., Los Angeles, CA. Employed at Alco Transfer.

18. Found in the 1918 Los Angeles, CA. city directory; Aselin Katie A Mrs r206 W 77th (p. 281)

19. Found in the 1920 U.S Census California, Los Angeles Co., Los Angeles precinct 553, district 36, sheet 6B, West 54th St., owns home, age 42

20. Found in the 1930 U.S Census California, Los Angeles Co., Los Angeles, district 123, sheet 31B, 1225 Bedford St., owns home, $6500, age 50, with husband; George H. (49), son; Charles N. (39), grandson; Charles (9).

21. Found in the 1932 Los Angeles, CA city directory; Aselin, Geo (Kate A) exp 4614 1/2 S Bway r1225 S Bedford (p. 156)
(son Charles is with them)

22. Found in the 1936 Los Angeles, CA city directory; Aselin, Geo (Kate) exp 4614 1/2 S Bway h525 W 54th, p. 148

23. Found in the 1938 Los Angeles, CA city directory; Aselin, Geo H (Kath) exp 4614 1/2 S Bway h515 W 54th, p. 156

24. Found in the 1940 U.S Census California, Los Angeles Co., Los Angeles (# Apr '40) ED 60-577, sheet 9A, 525 W. 54th St., owns $300, age 64, POB: Minn., ed; C-4, with husband George H. Aselin (59), and grandson Charles Jr., (19)

25. Found in the 1942 Los Angeles, CA city directory; Aselin, Geo H (Kate A) exp 308 W 47th h525 W 54th (p. 169)
Aselin, Chas N jr studiowkr r525 W 54th (p. 169)

26. 1942: George H. Aselin; WWII draft card: residence; 525 W. 54th St., Los Angeles, CA., DOB: 24 June 1879, POB: Chicago, IL.

27. Mrs. George Aselin and son, Lloyd from Los Angeles, are visitors at the Frank Fagalde home in Shady Cove. Mr. Aselin is a frequent visitor to the Rogue River valley. (Medford Mail Tribune, Aug. 26, 1953)

28. Mrs. Katie Aselin and son, Lloyd have returned to their home in Los Angeles after spend ing an enjoyable two weeks as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fagalde of Shady Cove. (Medford Mail Tribune, Sep. 7, 1953)

29. Found in the 1956 Los Angeles Street Address Directory; Aselin, Geo Mrs. 525 W 54th (p. 984)

30. Death Notice:
Aselin, Katie Alsina. Services Saturday, 3 p.m. at Utter-McKinley's Viewpark, 3719 West Slauson. (Los Angeles Times, 22 Apr. 1960, B6)

They had the following children:

+ 419 M i Charles Nelson Aselin (Martin)
  420 M ii Lloyd Edwin Aselin (Martin) was born 1 on 12 Sep 1898 in Superior, Douglas Co., WI. He died 2 on 18 Jun 1973 in Shady Cove, Jackson Co., OR.

1. Lloyd Edwin Martin adopted by George H. Aselin?.

2. Found in the 1900 U.S Census Wisconsin, Douglas Co., Superior City, district 65, sheet 7A, West Seventh St., Loyd E. 1, DOB:Sep 1898, POB: Wis., with parents George, rents, age 29, DOB: June 1870, POB:Minn, marr 5yrs, and Katie A. DOB: Apr 1877, marr 5yrs, POB: Minn, 2 of 2 children, Charles Nelson 4, DOB:Sep 1895, POB: Wis,

3. Found in the 1910 U.S Census Illinois, Cook Co., Chicago 14-WD, district 693, sheet 2A, Walnut St., age 11.

4. 1916: There is an Aselin, George H metermn L A Gas & Elec Corp h 206 W 77th, the next entry there is a Lloyd I mach r 206 W 77th (1916, Los Angeles City directory, p. 301)

5. Found in the 1917 Los Angeles, CA. city directory; Aselin, Lloyd E auto opr 5 525 W 54th (p. 283)

6. Found in the 1918 Los Angeles, CA. city directory; Aselin Lloyd E lab r525 W 54th (p. 281)

7. 1918: WWI draft card: residence; 525 West 54th St. Los Angeles, CA. Employed as Conductor at Pacific Electric RR., 6th Main St. Los Angeles, CA. Married; wife; May Martin. [note on card]"Party uses his step father's name at place of employment (Lloyd E. Aselin)". DOB; 12 Sep 1899.

8. Found in the 1920 U.S Census California, Los Angeles Co., Los Angeles precinct 553, district 36, sheet 6B, West 54th St., age 20, at home with mother.

9. Found in the 1923 Los Angeles, CA. city directory; Aselin, Lloyd E r525 W 54th, p. 459

10. Found in the 1926 Los Angeles, CA. city directory; Aselin Lloyd E h241 W 57th (p. 412)

11. Found in the 1927 Los Angeles, CA. city directory; Aselin, Lloyd E meter tester L A Gas & Elec Corp h 241 W 57th, p. 379

12. Found in the 1929 Los Angeles, CA. city directory; Aselin, Lloyd E (Azalea) metermn LAG & E Corp h 241 W 57th, p. 362

13. Found in the 1930 U.S Census California, Los Angeles Co., Los Angeles dis 491, sheet 12B, west 57th street, rents, age 31

14. Found in the 1936 Los Angeles, CA. city directory; Aselin, Lloyd E (Azalea) metermn LAG & E Corp r525 W 54th, p. 148

15. Found in the 1938 Los Angeles, CA. city directory; Aselin, Lloyd E (Azalea) servmn Sou Calif Gas Co r525 W 54th, p. 156

16. Found in the 1939 Los Angeles, CA. city directory; Aselin, Lloyd E servmn SCG Co r Burbank, p. 157

17. Found in the 1940 U.S Census California, Los Angeles Co., Glendale, Burbank (8 Apr '40) ED 19-842, sheet 6A, 322 South Orchard, owns $3500, age 42, POB: Wisconsin, ed; H-4, with wife Mildred (42) and step-children Jean Young (17) and Clark Young (13) and father-in-law William A. Williams (72)
Residence in 1935: Los Angeles, Los Angeles Co., CA.

18. WWII Draft Registration Card; ser# 2301, Aselin, Lloyd Edwin, Address; 334 S. Orchard Dr., Burbank, Cal., Age; 43, DOB; Sept 12, 1897, POB; Superior, Wis., Person who will always know your address; Mildred Aselin, Employer; So. Cal. Gas Co., 810 S. Flower St., L.A., Place of employment; So. Cal. Gas Co., 725 Channing St., L.A. Cal., Race; white, Height;5' 11", Weight;175, Eyes;Blue, Hair;Brown, Scars; mole left of mouth, Local Board 182, Glendale, California, Feb 14, 1942

19. Found in the 1942 Los Angeles, CA. city directory; Aselin, Lloyd E servmn SCG Co r Burbank (p. 169)

20. 1942: marriage notes: Lloyd was hardware man at Tilden Hardware, reported 1st marriage, Azalea was waitress at Rose Cafeteria, reported 2nd marriage

21. ASELIN - SAHLAND
Evelyn Sahland to Lloyd Aselln, yesterday morning in Wilshire Methodist Church. After an Arrowhead honeymoon, the couple will be at home at 312 S. Crescent Heights Blvd. (Los Angeles Times, June 25, 1945, p. 15)

22. Mrs. George Aselin and son, Lloyd from Los Angeles, are visitors at the Frank Fagalde home in Shady Cove. Mr. Aselin is a frequent visitor to the Rogue River valley. (Medford Mail Tribune, Aug. 26, 1953)

23. Mrs. Katie Aselin and son, Lloyd have returned to their home in Los Angeles after spending an enjoyable two weeks as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fagalde of Shady Cove. (Medford Mail Tribune, Sep. 7, 1953)


Note:
1. SSDI; name Lloyd Aselin.

2. Obit: ASELIN, LLOYD EDWIN 1973 vol. 7 p. 153, 155
Ashland Tidings, or Medford Mail Tribune, or Upper Rogue Independent
        Lloyd married 1 (1) Mary "May" Ella Shurvinton on 4 Sep 1918 in Los Angeles Co., CA. The marriage ended in divorce.Mary was born on 8 Apr 1900 in {Porter}, La Plata Co., CO. She died on 7 Apr 1979 in Encino, Los Angeles Co., CA.

1. Daughter of Thomas Shurvinton and Ella Lee Floyd.

2. Found in the 1900 U.S Census Colorado, La Plata Co., Porter, dis 56, sheet 1, West 3rd Av., age 3/12, "Baby" DOB; Apr 1900, with parents Thomas (47) and Ella (32) and siblings; Lizzie (12) Robert (11) Joseph (9) Lottie (6) Martha (3) and Cordelia (2)

3. Found in the 1910 U.S Census Colorado, La Plata Co., Durango, sheet 6A, age 10, with parents Thomas (58) and Ella (40) and siblings; Elizabeth (23) Robert (21) Joseph (19) Charlotte (17) Martha (14) Cordelia (12) Nellie (5) John (3) and Grace (1/12)

4. Durango Householders Directory 1911: West Third Avenue; Thos Shurvinton 12 members

5. Found in the 1920 U.S Census California, Los Angeles Co., Los Angeles, precinct 134, sheet 6A, 4134 Wall St., "May" age 19, with sister Martha Owen (24) and her husband Harley E. Owen (31) and sister Elizabeth Allen (31), and sister Cordelia Shurvinton (22)

6. Married second: James Stanley Wagner, b. 9 Oct 1899, N.D. and died 10 Nov 1966, Butte Co., CA.

7. Found in the 1930 U.S Census California, Los Angeles Co., San Fernando, sheet 6B, 522 Workman St., "May S." age 29, with husband James S. Wagner (30) owns home $5000, w/radio, and children, Horace D. (7) and Fern R. (7)

8. Found in the 1940 U.S Census California, Los Angeles Co., San Fernando, wd-42A, (Apr '40) ED 19-653, sheet 8B, 522 Workman, age 40, with husband James S. (40) ed;H-4, owns home, 2,800, and children, Fern (17) and Forrest (17)
        Lloyd married 1 (2) Azalea B{etty} Johnson on 2 Sep 1924 in Los Angeles Co., CA. The marriage ended in divorce.Azalea was born on 22 Nov 1896 in {Wright Co.}, MO. She died 2 on 19 Nov 1960 in {Los Angeles}, Los Angeles Co., CA.

1. Daughter of James A. Johnson and Madge Rippee.

2. Found in the 1900 U.S Census Missouri, Wright Co., Pleasant Valley, Mansfield City, wd-1, sheet 2A, age 4, DOB: Nov 1895, with parents; Jas. A. Johnson (30) DOB:Oct 1869 and Maggie (26) DOB:June 1873

3. Found in the 1910 U.S Census Missouri, Greene Co., Springfield, sheet 9A, 718 Billings Rd., age 14, with mother Maggie Henderson (38) 2nd marriage, marr. 4 yrs, 1 of 2 children and her husband Leon D. (34) 1st marriage

4. Found in the 1920 U.S Census California, Los Angeles Co., Los Angeles, sheet 16A, 917 W. 11th St., age 24, with mother Mary M. (46) and her husband Leon D. Henderson (34) rents, and his brother William H. (46)

5. Found in the 1929 Los Angeles, CA. city directory; Aselin, Lloyd E (Azalea) metermn LAG & E Corp h 241 W 57th, p. 362

6. Found in the 1930 U.S Census California, Los Angeles Co., Los Angeles dis 491, sheet 12B, west 57th street, rents, age 34

7. Found in the 1936 Los Angeles, CA. city directory; Aselin, Lloyd E (Azalea) metermn LAG & E Corp r525 W 54th, p. 148

8. Found in the 1938 Los Angeles, CA. city directory; Aselin, Lloyd E (Azalea) servmn Sou Calif Gas Co r525 W 54th, p. 156

9. Found in the 1939 Los Angeles, CA. city directory; Aselin, Azalea B (wid L E) restwkr h158 1/2 E 56th, p. 157

10. Found in the 1940 U.S Census California( 29 Apr '40), Los Angeles Co., Los Angeles, ed 60-557, sheet 7A, 161 South Creek, owns; $33, age 42, b. Missouri, ED; 8, divorced, Aselin, Betty, with lodger Robert Logan


Notes:
1. Married first; Leland Dyer, 21 April 1921 at Los Angeles, CA.
        Lloyd married 1 (3) Mildred Amanda Williams on 29 Aug 1934 in Los Angeles Co., CA. The marriage ended in divorce.Mildred was born on 28 Nov 1898 in {Lake Charles}, Calcasieu Parish, LA. She died 2 on 30 Aug 1960 in Los Angeles Co., CA.

1. Daughter of William Andrew Williams and Annie Laurie Clark.

2. Found in the 1900 U.S Census Louisiana, Calcasieu Parish, Lake Charles, wd-3, sheet 35, 735 Nicholls Ave., age 1, Nov 1898, with parents William (30) Jan 1870, marr. 5 yrs, and Annie L. (28) Aug 1871

3. Found in the 1910 U.S Census California, Los Angeles Co., Los Angeles, age 11, with parents William (38) and Annie L. (35)

4. Found in the 1920 U.S Census California, Los Angeles Co., Los Angeles, sheet 1, age 21, with parents William (47) and Annie L. (45)

5. Found in the 1930 U.S Census California, Los Angeles Co., Los Angeles, sheet 14A, age 31, with husband Waldo H. Young (35) and children Waldo C. (3) and Mildred J. (7)

6. Found in the 1940 U.S Census California, Los Angeles Co., Glendale, Burbank (8 Apr '40) ED 19-842, sheet 6A, 322 South Orchard, owns $3500, age 42, POB: Miss., ed; H-4, with husband Lloyd (42) and Jean Young (17) and Clark Young (13) and father-in-law William A. Williams (72)
Residence in 1935: Los Angeles, Los Angeles Co., CA.

7. Mrs. Mildred Aselin
Funeral services for Mrs. Mildred Amanda Aselin, 61, will be conducted today at 11:30 a.m. in Pierce Bros. Valhalla Chapel, followed by inurnment in the Chapel of the Pines. mrs. Aselin, who had been a California resident for 54 years, lived at 14070 Jouette St., Pacoima, and died on Tuesday. Mrs. Aselin leaves a daughter, Mildred J. Young, and a son, Waldo C. Young. (The Los Angeles Times, Sept. 2, 1960, p. 84)


Notes:
1. Married first; Waldo H. Young, 13 Jan. 1922 at Los Angeles, CA.
2. POB: (?) Meridian, Lauderdale, Mississippi
3. Married Samuel Oates ?
        Lloyd married 1 (4) Evelyn May Wood on 24 Jun 1945 in Los Angeles Co., CA. The marriage ended in divorce.Evelyn was born on 10 Mar 1886 in Chicago, Cook Co., IL. She died 2 on 22 Aug 1970 in Riverside Co., CA.

1. Daughter of John C. Wood and Olive May Drew.

2. Found in the 1900 U.S Census Illinois, Cook Co., Chicago, wd-34, Hyde Park, sheet 14, Sixty Third St., Ida, age 16, DOB: Mar 1884, with parents, John C. (42) DOB: April 1858 and Olive (39) DOB: Nov 1860, 4 of 4 children and siblings, Nora (18) DOB: Dec 1881, Maud (13) DOB: Jan 1886 and Edward [Hamilton] (11) DOB: Dec 1888

2. Found in the 1910 U.S Census Iowa, Blackhawk Co., Waterloo, wd-1, sheet 21A, 324 Fourth St., Ida M., age 26, yrs marr. 5, with husband Percy J. (27) and dau. Olive Gertrude (4)

3. Found in the 1923 Alhambra, CA. city directory; Etges, Norman G (Evelyn) (Garfield Garage) r Los Angeles (p. 96)

4. Found in the 1930 U.S Census California, Los Angeles Co., Los Angeles sheet 26B, 1032 Bidford St., age 44, age 1st marr. 20, and husband Norman G. Etgus (32) age 1st mar. 23, owns home $8,000, and daughter Olive G. (24)

5. Found in the 1932 Los Angeles, CA. city directory; Etges, Norman G (Evelyn) auto repr 534 S Westmoreland av h1032 S Bedford (p. 686)

6. Found in the 1940 US Census California, Los Angeles Co., Los Angeles sheet 1B, 312 S. Cresent Heights, age 54, ed; 8, POB: Illinois, with husband Charles W. Sahland (67) owns $6,500

7. ASELIN - SAHLAND
Evelyn Sahland to Lloyd Aselln, yesterday morning in Wilshire Methodist Church. After an Arrowhead honeymoon, the couple will be at home at 312 S. Crescent Heights Blvd. (Los Angeles Times, June 25, 1945, p. 15)

8. PROGRESSIVE PARTY One of the gayest of Christmas parties in Palm Desert during the holidays was that of the group that first met at the home of the Henry La Forgues in Palm Springs for cocktails and exchange of gifts. The party then proceeded to the home of the Earl Arnolds, then to the home of the Amos O'Dells and finally wound up at the home of the Lelande Uuicks who had come over the hill from Del Mar. (Quick was the founder and first president of Shadow Mountain Pari;. Inc., owners and operators of the Shadow Mountain club). Shortly after eight o’clock the party adjourned to the Shadow Mountain club where a turkey dinner and dancing were enjoyed by the group. In addition To those mentioned, the group included Mrs. Evelyn Sahland with her daughter, Olive Dynas, and the Stanley Browns of La Quinta. (1955)

9. The Clayton Burnsides of Arcadia gave a dinner party at the Huntinglon-Sheraton for their visitors, Olive Dyna, and her mother, Mrs. Evelyn Sahland, up from the Blue Lagoon resort in Palm Desert. (Independent Star News, (Pasadena) March 20, 1960)

10. Obit: Sahland
Evelyn P. Sahland, 44651 San Pasqual Ave., Palm Desert, died Saturday at Indio Convalescent
Hospital following a lengthy illness. She was 84. A native of Chicago, Ill., Mrs. Sahland was a resident of Palm Desert for 22 years and of California for 45 years. She is survived by her daughter Mrs. Olive Dyna of Palm Desert. Funeral service will be conducted Tuesday graveside at Forest Lawn Memorial Park, Glendale with Wiefels and Son Mortuary in charge. (The Desert Sun, Aug. 24, 1970, p. 2)


Notes:
1. Married a Mr. Perkins. 27 Dec 1904, Chicago, Cook, IL. (Percy J. Perkins)?
2. Evelyn Perkins Etges married Charles Walter Sahland at Hollywood, Los Angeles Co., CA., 12 March 1936.
3. 4th marriage; to Lloyd Aselin.
        Lloyd married 1 (5) Florence A. {Young} on 22 Mar 1973 in Jackson Co., OR. Florence was born on 30 Apr 1897. She died 2 on 26 Nov 1986 in Bellevue, King Co., WA.

1. ASELIN, Florence A., 89, Nov. 26, Bellevue.
(Seattle Post-Intelligencer, December 4, 1986)

George married 1 (2) Flora Frances Nesselroad on 27 Feb 1906 in Shelby, Shelby Co., IA. Flora was born 2 on 30 Nov 1870 in Noble, Noble Co., OH. She died 3 on 24 Nov 1965 in {San Fernando}, Los Angeles Co., CA.

1. Daughter of Newton Nesselroad and Lydia S. Wheeler.
- Lydia S. Wheeler was born in Noble Co. Ohio, April 4th 1850. She departed this life May 18th 1901 being in the 51 year of her age. She was united in marriage to Mr. Newton Nesselroad Oct. 9th 1869, five children were born to them three sons and two daughters four of them remain with the husband to mourn the loss of a loving mother and companion. In 1881 Mr. and Mrs. Nesselroad came to Guthrie Co. and settled on a farm in Seely township where they have with labor and pati­ence made a beautiful and comfort­able home. Mrs. Nesselroad joined the M. E. church in 1886 and was a faithful member of the church at Wichita at the time of her death. While Mrs. Nesselroad was deeply devoted to her family heeding as she did the injunc­tion of holy writ that piety should begin at home realizing that her first duty she was continually seeking their highest and best interests, looking carefully after their moral and spirit­ual training as well as their temporal comfort. But while her labors of love began at home they did not stop there she was ever ready to help the needy and unfortunate ones and in every way lend a helping hand to all within her reach. No doubt many call her blessed. And to her the Master has said "I was hungry and ye fed me, naked and ye clothed me, sick and ye visited me; enter thou into the joys of thy Lord. Funeral services were held from Wichita church conducted by Rev. J. M. Whitehead assisted by Rev. W. A. Dove. A large number of friends and acquaintances being in attendance, the remains were laid to rest in the Wichita cemetery. (The Time, Guthrie Center, May 23, 1901)

- Newton Nesselroad Passes Away
A letter to ### by E. L. N #### California #### the death of Mr. Newton Nesselroad, which occured at his home in the city #### Monday, July 13, 1925 at 6 PM. There were no particulars, and we will await further notice which E. L. thinks he will get in a few days. Deceased was a long time resident of this county, coming here in 1880. He sold his #### property and about 18 years ago went to California, where he heas since resided. He was an energenic man and #### much of the world good. He held the respect of all our people, and was looked upon by all he knew as one of our best citizens. (Times, Guthrie Center, July 23, 1925, p. 4)

2. Found in the 1880 U.S Census, Ohio, Noble Co., Noble dis 194, p. 9, (Flora F., b. Ohio), age 9, with parents; Newton and Lydia Nessleroad, children; Charles. In the next family is John and Margaret Nessleroad, children; Osmer, Melura

3. Found in the 1885 Iowa state census; Guthrie Co., Seely, p. 38, Townshp 80, Range 82, Sec. 17, Plot SW 1/4 NE 1/4, age 14, with parents Newton (42) and Lydia (33) and brother Charlie (11)

4. GRADUATING EXERCISES.
St. Luke’s Hospital Nurses Receive Their Diplomas.
The graduating exercises of the class of trained nurses at St. Luke's hospital were held last evening at St. Paul's Episcopal church. The graduates were: Misses Flora Nesselroad, Ethel Clark, Adele Ernst, May Buckingham. (The Duluth Evening News, June 4, 1896)

5. Found in the 1900 U.S Census, Iowa, Guthrie Co., Seeley dis 63, sheet 1A, (Flora b. Ohio), age 30, b. Nov 1869, with parents; Newton and Lydia Nessleroad, children; Charles, Dora, Oscar.

6. Found in the 1905 Iowa state census: Guthrie County, Seeley, card no. 631, P.O. address; Wichita, Nesselroad, Flora F., age 34, POB: Ohio, POB Fa: Ohio, POB Mo: Ohio, Do you own your home: No, Years in Iowa: 23, single, Occupation: Domestic, Months unemployed in 1904: 0

7. Found in the 1905 Minnesota state census, St. Louis Co., Duluth, wd-4, p. 56, age 25, nurse.

8. Married:— At the residence of Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Stillwell at Harlan, lA on February, 27, 1906. Miss Flora Nesselroad, formely of Wichita, this county, to Mr. George Martin, of Missoula, Montana. The courtship of this couple that culminated in their marriage began some ten years ago in Duluth Minn. In a hospital where Miss Nesselroad was performing her duty as a trained nurse and Mr. Martin was a patient. The friendship formed at that time led to a desultory corres­ pondence and infrequent meetings that led up to a love that bound their hearts together. The bride is the daughter of Newton Nesselroad, and is held in the highest esteem by all who enjoy her friendship and acquaintance. (Guthrie Center Guthrian, March 8, 1906)

9. Found in the 1910 U.S Census Kansas, Barber Co., Sharon Twp, district 4, sheet 7B, age 39, 1st marriage, 0 of 0 children, b. Ohio, Mo; b. Ohio, Fa; b. Ohio, and husband George (39). Her brother Oscar F. Nessleroad, age 20, b. Iowa. is with them. Also in the next house is Osmer W., age 40, b. Ohio, and Nellie G. Nessleroad, age 28, b. Iowa, children; Florence H. and James M.

10. Found in the 1915 Kansas state census, Harper Co., Lawn, age 44, POB: Ohio, rents farm, and husband George (44) POB: Minn, next home is that of her father, Nelson Nesselroad (72) and brother Oscar (25)

11. Found in the 1920 U.S Census California, Los Angeles Co., Los Angeles, district 8, sheet 17A, Michigan Ave, at the home of her in laws, age 49, b. Iowa, Mo; b. Ohio, Fa; b. Ohio.

12. Mr. and Mrs. George Martin and her father Newton Nesselroad of Cal­ifornia, Oscar Nesselroad of Attica, Kansas, and Thos. Johnson of O'oerlin, Kansas, are in there pails visiting with relatives. They are stopping now at the E. L. Nesselroad and Mrs. Clara Mann homes in this city, New­ton Nesselroad is an uncle and the others are close relatives of Mesdames Mann and Nesselroad. (Times, Guthrie Center, Sept. 21, 1922, p. 5)

13. Found in the 1923 San Fernando, CA. city directory; Martin Geo E (Flora F) slsmn Security Land & Investment Co r 12849 Sayre av (p. 201)

14. Found in the 1930 U.S Census California, Los Angeles Co., Los Angeles, district 605, sheet 47A, 14261 Sayer Ave., owns home, $2000 w/radio, age 49, b. Ohio, Mo; b. Ohio, Fa; b. Ohio, with husband George (59)

15. Found in the 1932, 34, California, Los Angeles County, Los Angeles precinct 1479, voters registration list, Martin, Flora F., 2010 Michigan Av. Pro

16. April, 1936; Of Newberg, Yamhill Co., Oregon. (brother Charles obit)

17. Found in the 1940 U.S Census Oregon, Yamhill Co., Springbrook (5 Apr '40) ED 60-688, sheet 2B, Route 1, owns; $1500, "Nora F." age 69, POB; Ohio, ed; H-3, with husband George E. (69) POB: Minn
Residence in 1935; same house

18. Found in the 1949 Alhambra, CA. city directory; Martin, Geo E (Flora ) h409 Florence av (p. 660)

19. Found in the 1962 Alhambra, CA. city directory; Martin Flora r412 N Granada av (p. 331)

20. 1964: At Alhambra, CA. (her brother Oscar's obit)

21. HISTORY OF WICHITA METHODIST CHURCH
The Wichita Church was built and dedicated in June of the year 1898 during the pastorate of Andrew H Dove. The Robert Carothers family donated the ground and the people of the solicit money for the building of the church. One person, Ely Sheeder, was known to have donated $500 which was a generous church gift in those days. Among the first trustees serving on the church board were G J , Maris, W A Kenyon and Newton Nesselroad. .,.. Some of the early church members were: Mr and Mrs Charles Nesselroad, Mr and Mrs Newton Nesselroad, Dora, Flora and Oscar; Mr and Mrs C C Nesselroad, Cop, Lawrence and ,, (The Bayard News, June 10, 1976)


Notes:
1. Oscar S. Nesselroad
Services for Oscar S. Nesselroad, 74, who died Saturday, Nov. 20, at Cheney, were held at 2 p.m. Nov. 25, at the Evangelical United Brethren church in Attica. Mr. Nesselroad, a retired farmer, was born Feb. 4, 1890, at Guthrie Center, Iowa, and moved to the Sharon and Attica communities in 1910. He was a member of the EUB church. He is survived by a sister, Mrs. Flora Martin of Alhambra, Calif. (The Kiowa News, 1964)

2. Charles Nesselroad, son of Lydia and Newton Nesselroad, was born near Caldwell, Ohio, March 5, 1873, and died at his home south of Attica March 21, 1936, at the age of 63 years and 16 days. He came to Guthrie Center, Iowa, with his parents at the age of 8 years where he grew to manhood. He was married to Gertie L. Phipps April 15, 1901, at Guthrie Center, Iowa. He came to Harper county, Kansas in 1910. He leaves to mourn his loss his wife and two sons and two daughters; his sister, Mrs. Flora Martin of Newberg, Oregon: his brother, Oscar Nesselroad
of Sharon, Kans., his cousins Mrs. O. M. Gehring of Anthony, Kans., and Mrs. M. M Warehime of Attica, Kans., and other relatives and friends. He united with the M. E. church in Wichita, Iowa, in his young manhood and kept to that faith till the end. (The Time, Guthrie Center, April 2, 1936)

3. Calif. deaths: MARTIN, FLORA F, 11/24/1965, LOS ANGELES, CA., B: 11/29/1870, OHIO, WHEELEY

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