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361. Rosena Sarah Bredlow (Elnora Eichler , Laura Ann Henry , Elizabeth {Rebecca} Sutton , Daniel , Philpot John ) was born 1 on 21 Sep 1895 in Owatonna, Steele Co., MN. She died 2 on 27 Jul 1980 in Owatonna, Steele Co., MN. She was buried in Forest Hill, Owatonna, Steele Co., MN.

1. Found in the 1900 U.S census Minnesota, Steele Co., Owatonna wd-3, sheet 6A, W. Winona, age 4, b. Sep 1895, Minnesota, fa; Germany, mo; Minnesota, with parents Carol L. (43), Ellnora (29), siblings; Laura (8) and Ella (6)

2. Found in the 1905 Minnesota state census; Steele Co., Deerfield, dis 7, sheet #1, RFD #6, Rosina S. (9) b. MN, with father Carl L. (48), b. Germany, and siblings; Lora O. (13) b. MN, Ella E. (11) b. MN, b. MN, Bertha May (4) b. MN

3. Found in the 1910 U.S Census Minnesota, Steele Co., Deerfield, sheet 4A, age 14, with father Carl, age 53, WD, Imm 1874, Na., and siblings Laura (18) and Bertha (8)

4. Found in the 1930 U.S Census Minnesota, Steele Co., Owatonna, wd-2, (12 Apr '30) sheet 11A, 647 E. Vine St., owns $1800, age 34, POB: Minnesota, with husband Louis (38) and children Helen V. (12) Alfred L. (8), Robert O. (5) and Maxine E. (3 4/12)

5. Found in the 1940 U.S Census Minnesota, Steele Co., Owatonna, wd-2, (18 Apr '40) ED 74-15, sheet 16A, 647 E. Vine St., owns $2000, age 44, POB: Minn., ed 5, with husband Louis (47) and children Alfred (18), Robert (15) and Maxine (13)

6. Found in the 1947 Owatonna city directory, Wirowek, Louis and Rose S., 647 E. Vine, Engineer Municipal Public Utilities

7. Found in the 1953 Owatonna city directory, Wirowek, Louis C. and Rosenna S., 647 E. Vine, Engineer Municipal Public Utilities

8. Found in the 1964 Owatonna city directory, Wirowek, Louis and Rosenna S., 647 E. Vine, Retired

9. Found in the 1971 Owatonna city directory, Wirowek, Rosenna S., 647 E. Vine, Widow of Louis, Retired

Rosena married Louis C. Wirowek on 18 Sep 1919 in Owatonna, Steele Co., MN. Louis was born on 1 May 1892 in Galicia, Austrian-Poland. He died 1 on 9 Apr 1970 in Owatonna, Steele Co., MN. He was buried in Forest Hill, Owatonna, Steele Co., MN.

1. US Army WWI Transport Service Passenger Lists: Organization; Company I 136th Infantry N.G. 34th Division, Ship; Lycaon, Departed Brooklyn, NY, 13 Oct 1918, (list), Wirowek, Louis, 1428575, CPL, Mr. J. Kovalesky, friend, Medford, Minnesota (sheet 4, 3d class)

2. National Guard: Roster of Second Infantry;
Wirowek, Lewis…..private…..I Company…..Owatonna…..July 7, 1917 (Report of the Adjutant General of the State of Minnesota covering the Thirtieth Biennial Period ending Dec. 31, 1918, Vol. One, p. 208)

3. US Army WWI Transport Service Passenger Lists: Organization; Detachment 367, Brest, Ship; SS America, Departed Port of Brest, France, 13 July 1919, arriving Hoboken, NJ., 22 July 1919, To Camp Mills, (list), Wirowek, Louis, 1428575, CPL, Co. A 59 INF, Mr. J. Krolaski, friend, Motford, Minnesota

4. Found in the 1927 Owatonna, MN. city directory; Wirowek, Louis, 139 W. Pearl, Fireman Municipal Utilities System

5. Found in the 1930 U.S Census Minnesota, Steele Co., Owatonna, wd-2, (12 Apr '30) sheet 11A, 647 E. Vine St., owns $1800, age 38, POB: Poland, with wife Rosena (34) and children Helen V. (12) Alfred L. (8), Robert O. (5) and Maxine E. (3 4/12)

6. Found in the 1940 U.S Census Minnesota, Steele Co., Owatonna, wd-2, (18 Apr '40) ED 74-15, sheet 16A, 647 E. Vine St., owns $2000, age 47, POB: Austria, ed ?, with wife Rose (44) and children Alfred (18), Robert (15) and Maxine (13)

7. WWII Draft Registration Card; ser# 01461, Louis Wirowek, Residence; 647 East Vine St., Owatonna, Steele, Minn.,age;49, DOB; May 1, 1892, POB; Austria Glacier, Poland, Name & Address of person who will always know your address; Mrs Rosena Wirowek, 647 E. Vine St. Owatonna, Minn., Employer; Municipal Utilities Plant, Owatonna, height;5'6 1/2", weight; 147, Eyes;blue, Hair;brown, Steele County local board 1, Owatonna, Minn., April 25, 1942

8. Found in the 1947 Owatonna, MN. city directory; Wirowek, Louis and Rose S., 647 E. Vine, Engineer Municipal Public Utilities

9. Found in the 1953 Owatonna, MN. city directory; Wirowek, Louis C. and Rosenna S., 647 E. Vine, Engineer Municipal Public Utilities

10. Found in the 1964 Owatonna, MN. city directory; Wirowek, Louis and Rosenna S., 647 E. Vine, Retired

11. Found in the 1971 Owatonna, MN. city directory; Wirowek, Rosenna S., 647 E. Vine, Widow of Louis, Retired

They had the following children:

+ 753 F i Helen Virginia Wirowek
  754 F ii Angeline Wirowek was born 1 on 30 Apr 1920 in Owatonna, Steele Co., MN. She died on 1 May 1920 in Medford, Steele Co., MN.

Died 1 May 1920 ????
  755 F iii Infant girl Wirowek was born 1 on 12 Jan 1921 in Medford, Steele Co., MN. She died 2 on 12 Jan 1921 in Medford, Steele Co., MN.
+ 756 M iv Alfred Louis Wirowek
  757 M v Infant son Wirowek was born 1 on 14 Dec 1923 in Medford, Steele Co., MN. He died 2 on 14 Dec 1923 in Medford, Steele Co., MN.
+ 758 M vi Robert Oliver Wirowek
+ 759 F vii Maxine Eleanor Wirowek

364. Bertha Mae Bredlow (Elnora Eichler , Laura Ann Henry , Elizabeth {Rebecca} Sutton , Daniel , Philpot John ) was born 1 on 1 May 1901 in Deerfield, Steele Co., MN. She died on 5 Nov 1970 in Chicago, Cook Co., IL.

1. Found in the 1905 Minnesota state census; Steele Co., Deerfield, dis 7, sheet #1, RFD #6, Bertha May (4) b. MN, with father Carl L. (48), b. Germany, and siblings; Lora O. (13) b. MN, Ella E. (11) b. MN, Rosina S. (9)b. MN,

2. Found in the 1910 U.S Census Minnesota, Steele Co., Deerfield, sheet 4A, age 8, with father Carl, age 53, WD, Imm 1874, Na., and siblings Laura (18) and Rosina (14)

3. Buys the Hoover Place
Mrs. Leland Riebling has purchased the Sarah Jane Hoover place in Medford Village and with her husband moved into the place last Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. Riebling are to make their home in Medford village, Mr. Riebling having employment as a cement worker. They have been living with Ben Kniefel and family. Mrs. Riebling was a Miss Bredlow, a former Deerfield girl. (The Peoples Press, April 18, 1919)

4. Found in the 1930 U.S Census Illinois, Cook Co., Chicago, wd-32, sheet 37A, 2105? West Chicago Ave., age 28, age at 1st marr. 16, with husband Geza Nemeth (30) rents $30 with radio, and sons Eugene Reibeling (12) and Donald (9)

5. Found in the 1940 U.S Census Illinois, Cook Co., Chicago, wd-27 (6 Apr '40) ED 103-1754, sheet 3B, 2655 W. Wilix St., age 38, POB: Minn., ed 8, with son Eugene (22)(rents $20) and his wife Geraldine (27) and daughters Bertha D. (2) and Anne C. (10/12) and lodger Ernest Engleman (48)

6. Koza
Bertha M. Koza, nee Breadlow, fond wife of John; dear mother of Eugene (Geri) and Donald (Mabel); grandmother of 15; great-grandmother of nine. Funeral Monday, 10 a.m., from Morizzo Funeral Home, 4817 W. Chicago Av. ES 8-3131. Interment Woodlawn. (Chicago Tribune, 1970)

Bertha married 1 (1) Leland Ray Reibeling on 8 Apr 1919 in Owatonna, Steele Co., MN. The marriage ended in divorce.Leland was born on 21 Apr 1898 in Waseca Co., MN. He died in Feb 1976 in {Ordway}, Crowley Co., CO.

1. Son of Theodore Joseph Reibeling and Emma Alice Moore.
- Mrs. Emma A. (MOORE) Reibeling was born in Wilton, December 13, 1857. She married Theodore J. Reibeling July 5, 1880. Theodore was born in the town of St. Mary, April 1, 1859, and died March 15, 1903. Mrs. Reibeling is a daughter of Mr. Robert Moore, one of the early settlers of Wilton. Nine children were born to Mr. and Mrs. Reibeling, six of whom are living: Robert T., born April 27, 1881; Wm. H., born November 30, 1884; Elmer S., born April 6, 1887; Martha I., born September 9, 1890; Theo. J., born March 22, 1896, and Leland R., born April 21, 1898. Mrs. Reibeling, with the aid of her children, is bravely carrying on her farm in St. Mary and making a comfortable living. (Child's History of Waseca County, p. 785)
- Mrs. Emma Reibeling of Burns, Wyo., died Monday night following an operation. She is survived by four children, R.T., W. H., Theodore, Elmer and Leland Reibeling, all of Burns. The remains are now at the parlors of Hobbs, Huckfeldt & Finkbiner. Funeral arrangements will be announced later. (Wyoming State Tribune, April 16, 1919)

2. Found in the 1900 U.S Census Minnesota, Waseca Co., Freedom Twnshp, sheet 9, age 2, DOB: Apr 1898, with mother Emma A Reibeling (42) DOB: Dec 1857, married, Mar. 19 yrs, 6 of 8 children, and siblings Theodore J. (4) DOB: March 1896, Martha J. (9) DOB: Sept 1890, at the home of his Aunt Mary Moore (40) DOB: Sept 1859, with his grandfather Robert B. Moore (64) DOB: Dec 1835, and uncle Charles Moore (27) DOB: July 1872

3. Found in the 1910 U.S Census Wyoming, Laramie Co., Salem, sheet 15B, age 12, with mother Emma A. (52) wd, and brother Theodore J. (14)

4.1918: WWI Draft Registration Card: sewr.# 320, Leland Ray Reibeling; address; Janesville, Waseca Co., Minn., age 20, DOB: April 21, 1898, occupation; farmer at James R. Moore, nearest relative; Emma Reibeling, Burns, Laramie, WY., height; tall, build; medium, eyes; brown, hair; brown, signed at Minnesota.

5. A Leo R. Reibeling married Jennie Kelly, 30 Oct 1927, at Cook Co., IL.

6. Found in the 1940 U.S Census Wyoming, Fremont, Riverton, ED 2-3, age 52,
In 1935: Laramie, Albany Co., WY.

7. 1942: WWII Draft Registration card; Leo Ray Reibeling, ser# 646, address: Columbus Hotel, 17th Market St., Denevr, Colo., Mailing address: same, age; 44, DOB; 21 April 1898, POB; Waseca, Minn., Name and address of person who will always know your address; Theo Reibeling, Burns, Wyoming, Employer; U.S Cafe, Place of employment; 17th., Larimer, Denver, Colo., race; white, height; 6' 0", weight; 170, eyes; Brown, hair; Brown, Local Board No. 6, Denver, Denver County, Colorado, 16 Feb 1942.

They had the following children:

+ 760 M i Eugene "Gene" Albert Reibeling
  761 M ii Infant son Reibeling was born 1 on 10 Dec 1919 in Medford, Steele Co., MN. He died 2 on 10 Dec 1919 in Medford, Steele Co., MN.
+ 762 M iii Donald Ray Reibeling

Bertha married (2) Geza Nemeth on 2 Aug 1929 in {Chicago, Cook Co., IL}. The marriage ended in divorce.Geza was born on 29 Mar 1901 in Valporini, Yugoslavia. He died in Jun 1965 in Michigan City, LaPorte Co., IN.

1. Found in the 1930 U.S Census Illinois, Cook Co., Chicago, wd-32, sheet 37A, 2105? West Chicago Ave., age 30, age at 1st marr. 28, rents $30 with radio, with wife Bertha (28) and sons Eugene Reibeling (12) and Donald (9)

2. WWII Draft Registration Card: George (Geza) Nemeth, ser.# 569, Residence: Chicago, Illinois, mailing address: same, Age: 40, POB: Hungary, DOB: Mar 29, 1901, Name and address of person who will always know your address: Therese Schnobel, 2440 Ogden Ave., Employer: unemployed, Place of employment: , Race: white, Height: 5' 9", Weight: 130, Eyes: Brown, Hair: Brown, Scars; scar on right hand near base of palm, signed at Local Board No. 115, Chicago, Illinois, Feb 16, 1942


Notes:
1. Immigrated to the United States, age 5, traveling with Rosa Nemeth age 36 from Trieste, Italy, arrived at New York, 29 Sept. 1907 traveling on the SS Francesca.

Bertha married (3) John Raymond Koza on 27 Jan 1956 in Cook Co., IL. John was born on 5 Jun 1896 in Chicago, Cook Co., IL. He died on 4 Apr 1976 in Chicago, Cook Co., IL.

1. Son of James Koza and Anna Kopka.

2. Found in the 1900 U.S Census Illinois, Cook Co., Chicago, wd-9, sheet 26, 449 19th St., age 4, DOB:Mar 1896 with parents, James (40) DOB:Jan 1860 marr 13 yrs, Imm;1884, 16yrs in US, Na, and Annie (35) marr 13 yrs, 2 of 2 children, Imm;1888, 12 yrs in US and brother, Frank (11) DOB:Jan 1889

3. Found in the 1910 U.S Census Illinois, Cook Co., Chicago, wd-12, sheet 14B, 3015 S. Homan Av., age 14, with parents, James (49) marr 22 yrs, Imm;1883, and Anna (35) marr 22 yrs, 2 of 5 children, Imm;1887, and brother, Frank (21)

4. WWI Draft Registration card; 1228, No. 39, John R. Koza, age; 21, residence; 2630 S. St. Louis Ave., Chicago, Cook, ILL., POB; Chicago, ILL., DOB; June 5, 1896, what is your trade; machinist, where employed; Apeco Wash Machine Co., Sawyer & 30th Street, claim partial support, single, medium height, slender build, eyes; dark brown, hair; dark brown, signed June 5, 1917 at Chicago, ILL.

5. U.S., Army Transport Service Arriving and Departing Passenger Lists, 1910-1939; Transport; George Washington, Date of Sailing; Aug 1818, Hoboken, NJ., Battery "D", 79th Field Artillery, 7th Division, Koza, John, R., 1406330, PVT, Org; D, Mother, Mrs. Anna Koza, 2630 South St. Louis Ave.

6. Married Jeanette Mahr, 21 Dec 1921 at Cook Co., IL.

7. Found in the 1930 U.S Census Illinois, Cook Co., Chicago, wd-22, sheet 15A, 2623 Spaulding Ave., age 34, rents home $28.00 w/radio and wife Jeanette A. (27) and dau Dorothy A. (5)

8. Found in the 1940 U.S Census Illinois, Cook Co., Chicago, wd-22 (3 Apr '40) ED 103-1461, sheet 1A, 2630 St. Louis Ave., age 42 ed;8, and wife Jeanette A. (37) and dau Dorothy A. (15) and brother Frank E. (57)

9. WWII Draft Registration card; ser.# 2244, John Raymond Koza, residence; 2630 S. St. Louis Ave., Chicago, Cook, ILL., age; 45, POB; Chicago, ILL., DOB; June 5, 1896, name and address of person who will always know your address; Jeanette Koza, 2630 S. St. Louis Ave., employer; Illinois Moulding, Chicago, Cook, ILL., height; 5'6", weight; 138, eyes; brown, hair; black, center finger off at joint, signed Local Board No. 111, Chicago, IL., 27 April 1942

365. Pearl Elizabeth Hershey (Grace E. Henry , William Birchmore Henry , Elizabeth {Rebecca} Sutton , Daniel , Philpot John ) was born 1 on 19 Sep 1897 in Morristown, Rice Co., MN. She died 2 on 2 Feb 1919 in Morristown, Rice Co., MN.

1. Daughter of John E. Hershey and Grace Henry.
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 News, May 1952)

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

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

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

5. 1919;The Morristown Press reported that Lyle had entered the hospital on 21 Jan 1919 with pneumonia. Shortly thereafter, Pearl gave birth to Stuart, described as a "bouncing baby boy," in the newspaper. By 26 Jan, or so, Pearl's parents and sister were summoned to the hospital in Eau Claire because Pearl was seriously ill. Either she had complications from childbirth, or in her weakened condition had caught pneumonia from her husband, or both, and she died soon after.

6. The community v/as saddened on Sunday to learn of the death of Mrs. Lyle Temple, who passed away Sunday morning. February 2, after an illness of three weeks. (The Faribault Journal, Feb. 19, 1919)

Pearl married 1 Lyle Edgar Temple son of Lewis Eddy Temple and Addie Elma Birdsall on 5 Feb 1917 in Rice Co., MN. Lyle was born 2 on 12 Dec 1891 in Morristown, Rice Co., MN. He died 3 on 1 May 1969 in Morristown, Rice Co., MN.

1. Son of Lewis E. Temple and Addie E. Birdsall.

2. 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.

3. Found in the 1900 U.S Census Minnesota, Rice Co., Morristown, district 3, sheet# 17

4. Found in the 1905 Minnesota State Census, Rice Co., Morristown, dis-11, sheet 21, age 13, with Lewis E. 37, Laura 25, Ray A. 11, Gladys E. 2.

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

6. 1917: WWI Draft Registration Card: Lyle Edgar Temple, age 25, address; Morristown, Minn., DOB: 12 Dec. 1891, POB: Morristown Twp., dependants; wife, married, cacausian, height;tall, build; slender, eyes; blue, hair; light, signed at Morristown, Rice Co., Minn., 5 June 1917

7. 1919;The Morristown Press reported that Lyle had entered the hospital on 21 Jan 1919 with pneumonia. Shortly thereafter, Pearl gave birth to Stuart, described as a "bouncing baby boy," in the newspaper. By 26 Jan, or so, Pearl's parents and sister were summoned to the hospital in Eau Claire because Pearl was seriously ill. Either she had complications from childbirth, or in her weakened condition had caught pneumonia from her husband, or both - and she died sonn after.
8. Found in the 1920 U.S Census Minnesota, Rice Co., Morristown, district 124, sheet# 7A, age 28, wd, living with father-in-law, John E. Hershey (58) owns home and his wife, Grace (42) and daughter, Ruby (20) and mother Rachel Hershey (80) wd. His sons, Lynn (2 2/12) and Stuart (11/12) are with him.

9. Found in the 1926, 1929 Morristown, MN. city directory; Insurance Agent

10. Found in the 1930 U.S Census Minnesota, Rice Co., Morristown, district 18, sheet# 5A, Living with father-in-law, John Hershey.

11. Found in the 1940 U.S Census Minnesota, Rice Co., Warsaw, (May '40), ED 66-28, sheet 9A, owns home, age 48, b. Minn, ed; H-4, with wife Caroline (49) and children Elnora Witte (23), Marjore Witte (19), Kenneth Witte (16) and Lynn Temple (22)

12. 1942: WWII Draft Registration Card: Lyle Edgar Temple, age 50, ser.# 2573, Residence; R3 Faribault, Minn., DOB: 12 Dec. 1891, POB: Morristown Twp., Name & address of person who will always know your address; Mrs. Caroline Temple, same, Employer; self, Place of employment; farming, race; white, height; 6', weight; 165, eyes; blue, hair; brown, signed at Faribault, Rice Co., Minn., 27 April 1942

13. Found in the 1967, 1968 Morristown, MN. city directory;


Notes:
1. Armstrong, William Clinton. The Lundy Family and their Descendants. J. Heidingsfeld, New Brunswick, NJ, 1902. p. 334.

They had the following children:

+ 763 M i Lynn Wallace Temple
+ 764 M ii Stuart Edgar Temple

366. Ruby Ester Hershey (Grace E. Henry , William Birchmore Henry , Elizabeth {Rebecca} Sutton , Daniel , Philpot John ) was born on 3 Nov 1899 in Morristown, Rice Co., MN. She died 1 on 20 Nov 1929 in Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., MN.

1. Daughter of John E. Hershey and Grace Henry.
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 News, May 1952)

2. Found in the 1900 U.S Census Minnesota, Rice Co., Morristown, district 3, p. sheet# 4, age 6/12.

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

4. Found in the 1910 U.S Census Minnesota, St. Croix Co., Springfield Twp, dis 206, sheet 5A, age 10.

5. Found in the 1920 U.S Census Minnesota, Rice Co., Morristown, district 124, sheet# 7A, age 20.

6. Morristown
The home of Mr. and Mrs. John E. Hershey was the scene of a pretty wedding, Tuesday, June 27, when their daughter, Ruby, became the wife of Mr. Lyle E. Temple. Rev. M. L. Reynolds performed the ceremony. (The Faribault Journal, July 5, 1922)

Ruby married 1 Lyle Edgar Temple son of Lewis Eddy Temple and Addie Elma Birdsall on 27 Jun 1922 in Rice Co., MN. Lyle was born 2 on 12 Dec 1891 in Morristown, Rice Co., MN. He died 3 on 1 May 1969 in Morristown, Rice Co., MN.

1. Son of Lewis E. Temple and Addie E. Birdsall.

2. 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.

3. Found in the 1900 U.S Census Minnesota, Rice Co., Morristown, district 3, sheet# 17

4. Found in the 1905 Minnesota State Census, Rice Co., Morristown, dis-11, sheet 21, age 13, with Lewis E. 37, Laura 25, Ray A. 11, Gladys E. 2.

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

6. 1917: WWI Draft Registration Card: Lyle Edgar Temple, age 25, address; Morristown, Minn., DOB: 12 Dec. 1891, POB: Morristown Twp., dependants; wife, married, cacausian, height;tall, build; slender, eyes; blue, hair; light, signed at Morristown, Rice Co., Minn., 5 June 1917

7. 1919;The Morristown Press reported that Lyle had entered the hospital on 21 Jan 1919 with pneumonia. Shortly thereafter, Pearl gave birth to Stuart, described as a "bouncing baby boy," in the newspaper. By 26 Jan, or so, Pearl's parents and sister were summoned to the hospital in Eau Claire because Pearl was seriously ill. Either she had complications from childbirth, or in her weakened condition had caught pneumonia from her husband, or both - and she died sonn after.
8. Found in the 1920 U.S Census Minnesota, Rice Co., Morristown, district 124, sheet# 7A, age 28, wd, living with father-in-law, John E. Hershey (58) owns home and his wife, Grace (42) and daughter, Ruby (20) and mother Rachel Hershey (80) wd. His sons, Lynn (2 2/12) and Stuart (11/12) are with him.

9. Found in the 1926, 1929 Morristown, MN. city directory; Insurance Agent

10. Found in the 1930 U.S Census Minnesota, Rice Co., Morristown, district 18, sheet# 5A, Living with father-in-law, John Hershey.

11. Found in the 1940 U.S Census Minnesota, Rice Co., Warsaw, (May '40), ED 66-28, sheet 9A, owns home, age 48, b. Minn, ed; H-4, with wife Caroline (49) and children Elnora Witte (23), Marjore Witte (19), Kenneth Witte (16) and Lynn Temple (22)

12. 1942: WWII Draft Registration Card: Lyle Edgar Temple, age 50, ser.# 2573, Residence; R3 Faribault, Minn., DOB: 12 Dec. 1891, POB: Morristown Twp., Name & address of person who will always know your address; Mrs. Caroline Temple, same, Employer; self, Place of employment; farming, race; white, height; 6', weight; 165, eyes; blue, hair; brown, signed at Faribault, Rice Co., Minn., 27 April 1942

13. Found in the 1967, 1968 Morristown, MN. city directory;


Notes:
1. Armstrong, William Clinton. The Lundy Family and their Descendants. J. Heidingsfeld, New Brunswick, NJ, 1902. p. 334.

They had the following children:

+ 765 F i Wanda Fae Temple

369. Gladys Evaline Temple (Laura A. Henry , William Birchmore Henry , Elizabeth {Rebecca} Sutton , Daniel , Philpot John ) was born 1 on 5 May 1903 in Morristown, Rice Co., MN. She died 2 on 7 Oct 1994 in Faribault, Rice Co., MN.

1. Found in the 1905 Minnesota state census, Rice Co., Morristown, dis-11, sheet 21, age 2, with Lewis E. 37, Laura 25, Lyle E. 13, Ray A. 11.

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, district 3, sheet# 13A

4. Found in the 1930 U.S Census Minnesota, Rice Co., Morristown, district 17, sheet# 8B, age 27

5. Found in the 1940 U.S Census Minnesota(23 Apr '40), Rice Co., Morristown, ed 66-18, sheet 9A, age 37, b. Minn, owns 800$, ED; H4, with husband Gilbert(38), children; Wesley(14), Donald(12), Vera(11), Stanley(9), Caroline(6) and Evelyn(1)

6. Found in the 1953 Faribault, MN city directory; Kisor, Gilbert C (Gladys) blacksmith Nutting Truck & Caster r Morristown (p. 96)

7. Obit: "Gladys E. Kisor FARIBAULT - Mrs. Gilbert (Gladys E.) Kisor, 91, of Faribault and formerly of Morristown, died on Friday, Oct. 7, 1994, at District One Hospital, Faribault. Services will be on Monday, Oct. 10 at 1 p.m. at the Seventh Day Adventist Church, 21670 Albers Path, Faribault, with Pastor Alvin L. Smith officiating. Interment will be in the Riverside Cemetery, Morristown. Visitation will be on Sunday, Oct. 9 from 2 to 5 p.m. at the Boldt Funeral Home, Faribault, and also in the church for one hour prior to the service on Monday. Gladys E. Temple, the daughter of Lewis and Laura (Henry) Temple, was born on May 5, 1903 in Morristown. She married Gilbert C. Kisor who prededed her in death. She is survived by six children, Donald Kisor of Jordan, Vera (and John) Howe of Lakeville, Stan (and Arlene) Kisor of Milpitas, Calif., Carolyn (and Arnold) Schroeder of Wells, Evy Nelson of St. Louis Park and Margie (and David) Stevenson of Thief River Falls; 22 grandchildren; many great grandchildren and two great great grandchildren; one sister, Ruth Adeney of Berkley, Calif. She was also preceded in death by one son, Wesley; one grandson; Raymond Lauderback; two brothers, Lyle and Ray Temple; three sisters, Maude Borne, Plyllis Scholl and Mabel Hubbard." (Faribault Daily News, Oct. 8, 1994)

Gladys married Gilbert Christian Kisor on 18 Jun 1924 in Morristown, Rice Co., MN. Gilbert was born 1 on 3 Feb 1902 in Morristown, Rice Co., MN. He died 2 on 3 Sep 1976 in Morristown, Rice Co., MN.

1. Son of Lester Aaron Kisor and Anna Petronella De Bruyn Kops of Morristown, MN
- Funeral services were held Sunday at 1:30 oclock at the house and at 2 oclock in the Baptist church for Lester Kisor, Rev. C. S. Wiest of Mankato was assisted in the service by Rev. A. M. Halvorsen. Lester Aaran Kisor, son of Aaran and Sarah Kiaor, was born October 10, 1863, and passed away at his home in Morristown August 29, 1941, at the age of 77 years, 10 months after an illness of eight months. Death is attributed to a heart condition. He was born in Waterville and in 1875 moved with his parents to a farm near Morristown where he attended the local schools. October 1, 1888, he married Anna de Bruyn Kops. They lived on a farm near Morristown and to this union five children were born. Mrs. Rufus Randall of Warsaw, Everett, Eva and Gilbert Kisor of Morristown and Mrs. L. W. Fuller of Anguin, California. He leaves also ten grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. He was one of eleven children, eight of whom have preceded him in death. One sister, Mrs. Harry Wilder passed away three months age, May 30. Surviving are two brothers Robert? A. and Edward G. Kisor of Morristown. Mr. Kisor was active on the Oak Grove board for many years. In 1917 he moved into the village of Morristown where he was secretary of the Morristown Shipping association. He was also treasurer of the Morristown Telephone Co., until the time of his death. Pallbearers were R. L. Chapman, Victor Kritzer, Hugh Love and three nephews, Alfred, Aaaron and Lowell Kisor. Attending the funeral from away were Mr. and Mrs. Milton Hammond of Truman, Mrs. T. W. Sudheimer of .St. Paul., Rev. Delbert Tryon of Dodge Center, Mrs. Harry Kisor, Minneapolis, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Schuette, Norwood, Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Warburton, Elysian, Elmer Smoot and John Kisor, Ethel, Mn., Emery Kisor, New Richland and Mrs. Mary Hedges, and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Cook and daughter Mildred of Faribault.

- Funeral services for Mrs. Anna P. Kisor who had passed away at her home in St. Helena Calif., Friday, Nov. 4, were held Thursday afternoon, Nov. 10, at 2:30 p. m., at the Parker Funeral Home with the Rev. H. L. Wernick of the Seventh-day Adventist church officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Winston Denis sang three selections with Mrs. Denis accompaning. The pallbearers were: Howard Holden, Jack McKellip, Richard McKellip, Thomas Craven, all of Faribault, Wesley and Donald Kisor of Morristown. Interment was made in the family lot in Riverside cemetery, Morristown. Mrs. Kisor was born in Rice conty December 12, 1867, the daughter of Henry P. and Anna Kops. During her childhood days she resided in Faribault where her parents operated a store. The family later moved to a farm in Warsaw township and then shortly after, moved to a farm north of Morristown. It was in North Morristown that Mrs. Kisor received her schooling. On October 1, 1888 she was united in marriage to Lester A. Kisor at Morristown. To this union were born five children. Following their marriage they settled on a farm in Morristown township. Several years later, they purchased a farm one mile west of Morristown where they continued to reside until 1915 when they purchased a home in Morristown. Here they continued to reside until Mr. Kisor's death in 1941, at which time Mrs. Kisor moved to St. Helena, Calif. She resided there until her death on November 4. Mrs. Kisor was a member of the Seventh-day Adventist church in Faribault. She is survived by two sons, Everett and Gilbert Kisor of Morristown; three daughters, Mrs. Gertrude Randall of Camino, Calif., Mrs. Lawrence Fuller of Angwin, Calif., and Miss Eva Kisor of St. Helena, Calif. She is also survived by one brother, Arthur Kops of Morristown, one sister, Mrs. Lucy Earhardt of Ross, N. Dak., also eleven grandchildren and four great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, two sisters and four brothers. Relatives and friends from away attending the services were: Mrs. Gertrude Randall of Camino, Calif.; Miss Eva Kisor of St. Helena, Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Kisor and family. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Kisor, Arthur Kops, Alfred Kisor, Mrs. Minnie Kisor, Mrs. John Kisor, Mrs. Lettie Kisor, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Kisor, Miss Loretta Kisor, Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Dale, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gattzke, all of Morristown; Mr. and Mrs. Alton Wolcott, Hastings; Mr. and Mrs. Otto Schneider and Mrs. Jennie Kops, Warsaw; Mrs. Amy Sudheimer and Mrs. White, St. Paul. (Faribault Daily News, 1949)

2. Found in the 1905 Minnesota state census, Rice Co., Morristown, sheet 19, R.F.D. No. 1, Morristown, age 3, at home with parents; Lester A. and Anna P.

3. Found in the 1910 U.S Census Minnesota, Rice Co., Morristown, district 121, sheet 1B,

4. Found in the 1920 U.S Census Minnesota, Rice Co., Morristown, district 124, sheet 14A, Franklin St., age 17, at home with parents.

5. Found in the 1930 U.S Census Minnesota, Rice Co., Morristown, roll 1124, p. 194, district 17, sheet 8B, rents, age 28. There is also a laborer, Daniel Culp with the family.

6. Found in the 1940 U.S Census Minnesota, Rice Co., Morristown, (23 Apr '40) ED 66-18, sheet 9A, age 38, b. Minn, owns 800$, ED; H2, with wife Gladys(37), children; Wesley(14), Donald(12), Vera(11), Stanley(9), Caroline(6) and Evelyn(1)

7. 1942: WWII Draft Registration Card: Gilbert Christian Kisor, ser.# 809, residence: Morristown, Minn., mailing address: same, age: 40, POB: Morristown, Minn., DOB: 10 Oct 1902, name and address of person who will always know your address: Gladys Kisor, Morristown, Minn., Employer: , Place of employment: Self Farm, race: white, height: , weight: , eyes: Blue, hair: Brown, Right index finger off, signed at Local Board No. 1, Faribault, Rice Co., Minnesota, [no date on card;1942 ?]

8. Found in the 1953 Faribault, MN city directory; Kisor, Gilbert C (Gladys) blacksmith Nutting Truck & Caster r Morristown (p. 96)

9. Found in the 1953, 1955 Faribault City Directory, sp Gladys, blacksmith, Nutting Truck and Caster, Morristown

10. Found in the 1960 Faribault City Directory, steel worker, Nutting Truck and Caster, Morristown.

11. Obit: "GILBERT C. KISOR Gilbert C. Kisor, 74, of Morristown, died today (Sept. 3) at District One Hospital in Faribault. Services will be held Monday, Sept. 6, at 2 p.m., at the Seventh-Day Adventist Church in Faribault, with the Revs. Ernest Dobkins and Vernon Bergenson officiating. Burial will be in the Morristown Cemetery. Visitation will be held Sunday, Sept. 5, from 2- 9 p.m. at the Gill Funeral Home in Morristown and at the church one hour prior to services on Monday. He is survived by his widow, Gladys; two sons: Don of Sault [sp] Lake City, Utah, and Stanley of Milpitas, Calif.; four daughters: Mrs. John (Vera) Howe of Lakeville, Mrs. Arnold (Carolyn) Schroeder of Kiester, Mrs. Evelyn Nelson of Mound and Mrs. Ed (Margaret) Roberts of Hood River, Ore.; 22 grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; two sisters: Mrs. Lawrence (Glenice) Fuller, Paradise, Calif. and Eva Kisor of St. Helena, Calif." (Faribault Daily News, Sep. 3, 1976)

They had the following children:

+ 766 M i Wesley Gilbert Kisor
  767 M ii Donald Lester Kisor was born 1, 2 on 30 Sep 1927 in Morristown, Rice Co., MN. He died 3 on 8 Aug 1996 in Lakeville, Dakota Co., MN.

1. Found in the 1930 U.S Census Minnesota, Rice Co., Morristown, district 17, sheet# 8B, age 3

2. Found in the 1940 U.S Census Minnesota(23 Apr '40), Rice Co., Morristown, ed 66-18, sheet 9A, age 12, b. Minn, ED; 5, with parents; Gilbert(38) and Gladys(37), siblings; Wesley(14), Vera(11), Stanley(9), Caroline(6) and Evelyn(1)

3. 1945: WWII Draft Registration Card: Joseph Peter Kashatus, ser.# 602, residence: Morristown, Rice, Minn., mailing address: same, age: 18, POB: Morristown, Rice, Minn., DOB: 30 Sept 1927, name and address of person who will always know your address: Gilbert Kisor, Morristown, Minn.., Employer: Gilbert Kisor, Place of employment: Morristown, Rice, Minn., race: white, height: 5' 11", weight: 192, eyes: Blue, hair: Brown, signed at Local Board, Faribault, Rice Co., Minn., 1 Oct 1945

4. Obit: "Donald L. Kisor MINNEAPOLIS - Donald L. Kisor, age 68, of Minneapolis, formerly of Morristown, died Thursday, August 8, 1996, at the Fairview Riverside Hospital in Minneapolis, following an extended illness. Funeral services will be at 11 a.m. Monday in the Boldt Funeral Home, Faribault, with the Rev. Robert E. Knaubert officiating. Interment and veterans military rites will be held in the Fort Snelling National Cemetery, Minneapolis. Visitation will be for one half hour prior to the services at the funeral home Monday. Donald L. Kisor, the son of Gilbert and Gladys (Temple) Kisor, was born Sept. 30, 1927, in Morristown. He is survived by five siblings, Vera (and John) Howe of Lakeville, Stan (and Arlene) Kisor of Milpitas, Calif., Carolyn (and Arnold) Schroeder of Wells, Evy Nelson of St. Louis Park, and Margie (and David) Stevenson of Thief River Falls. He was preceded in death by his parents; and one brother, Wesley." (Faribault Daily News, Aug. 10, 1996)


Notes:
1. Military service:
WWII: enlisted 21 Oct 1942
Location: enlisted at Ft. Snelling, MN
Residence: Rice Co., MN
Education: 1 yrs high school
Single
Civ occ: Farmer
Army Air Corps
+ 768 F iii Vera Joyce Kisor
+ 769 M iv Living
+ 770 F v Caroline Mabel Kisor
+ 771 F vi Living
+ 772 F vii Margaret Sharon Kisor

372. Ruth Winifred Temple (Laura A. Henry , William Birchmore Henry , Elizabeth {Rebecca} Sutton , Daniel , Philpot John ) was born 1 on 29 Sep 1912 in Morristown, Rice Co., MN. She died on 31 Aug 2011 in Berkeley, Alameda Co., CA.

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

2. Found in the 1930 U.S Census Minnesota, Rice Co., Morristown, district 18, sheet# 2B, age 17

3. 1941, July 3; Found on the passenger list of the Tatuta Maru sailing from Shanghai, China arriving at a California port, Adeney, Ruth Temple, age 28, housewife, nationality; American, born; Morristown, Minn., USA., passport; USP #145011 issued Wash, D.C., 1934-8-18, last residence; Fangeheng Honan, China.

4. 1945: Found in the London, England, Electoral Registers, 1832-1965; Borough of Islington, East Div Polling Dist. E. - Mildmay Ward, China Inland Mission,
Adeney, David H.
Adeney, Ruth W.

5. 1946; Found on the passenger list of the Gripsholm sailing from Southampton, Eng., 13 March 1946, arriving at New York, 23 March 1946, Adeney, Ruth Temple, age 33, housewife, nationality; Britain, born; Morristown, Minn., USA., visa; V#11851 issued London, 3/7/46, last residence; Bedford, Eng., name/address of relative at departure; father-in-law: J.H. Adeney, 71 Bushmead Ave., Bedford, destination; Morristown, Minn., passage paid by self, before in USA: yes 1943-3, Minn, departed 5/16/1943, going to join a relative? father, Lewis Temple, Morristown, Minn.

6. 1946; Departed San Francisco, CA. 15 Dec 1946 on the ship Marine Lynx bound for Shanghai, China, arrived 31 Dec 1946.

7. 1950; Found on the passenger list; manifest 44, of the Liberte, Cabin class, sailing from Southampton, Eng., on 8 Dec 1950, arriving at New York on 14 Dec.1950; Adeney, Ruth, age 38, destination; Morristown, Minn., USP. 792

8. Found in the 1956 St. Charles, IL city directory; Adeney David H (Ruth) lab h201 Kane (G) (p. 67)

9. 1956: UK Passenger List, Queen Elizabeth; departing New York, NY., Sep 1956, arriving at Southampton, Eng. 1 Oct 1956, Adeney, Ruth W., DOB; 29 Sep. 1912, married, address; C.I.M. Newington Green, London N.16, occp; missionary, citizenship; U.S., duration of stay; 13 dys.

10. 1960; Found on the New York Passenger and Crew Lists: French S/S LIBERTE No. 6527, p. 69, also stamped 193, Class; Tourist (Aliens), EMB Southhampton, Date of arrival; Sept. 8, 1960, Port of arrival; New York, NY., Last foreign port before arrival in United States; Southhampton, England, Sept. 2, 1960,
Adeney, David H., England, pp 28078,
Adeney, Ruth, U.S.A., pp 289345,
Adeney, John, U.S.A., pp 289337,
Adeney, Michael, U.S.A., pp 289337,
Adeney, Bernard, U.S.A., pp 289345,

11. The Memorial Service for Ruth Adeney will be at 7:30pm on Sunday, September 11th in the sanctuary of Berkeley Covenant Church. All are welcome as we celebrate and remember the life of this great woman, and wait until the day we see her again. (Berkeley Covenant Church)

12. Obit: Ruth W. Adeney
1912 - 2011
Ruth W. Adeney nee Temple was born on a farm near Morristown, Minnesota on September 29, 1912. She had four sisters and a brother. After Bible college, she left for China at the age of 22. Ruth met David Howard Adeney in China. David was from Bedford England and they married in Hankow, China in 1938.
Ruth gave birth to 5 children. Rosemary Joy Adeney entered the world after 48 hours of labor, nine months after the wedding, on January 1, 1939. Rosemary's first language was Chinese. Harold, Ruth’s next child, died soon after birth.
Ruth's family dodged Japanese bombs and Chinese brigands. The boat they took was the last Japanese boat to land in San Francisco before Pearl Harbor. John Arthur Adeney was born in Morristown, Minnesota on July 16, 1942. Michael David Adeney was born in London, on April 7, 1945, a week after the German bombing stopped.
Immediately after World War II, David left Ruth and the children with his parents in England and returned to China. But Ruth had a call to China too. In spite of bad health, she took her three small children and travelled around the world by ship and train, under difficult post- War conditions, to get back to China. Ruth knew these were key years for China and she wanted to be there.
David and Ruth built a home in Nanking but fled from the civil war to Shanghai. Bernard Temple Adeney, Ruth’s fifth baby, was born in Shanghai on September 28, 1948, although her doctor had warned her never to get pregnant again. While she was dedicated to large truths, Ruth spent her life in small services--cooking, cleaning, hostessing, childcare, packing, unpacking, marketing, conveying messages, keeping track of papers and appointments, coping with crises, teaching small groups, and mothering countless students. She gave her life in small services to others.
Yet Ruth was also motivated by a sense of adventure. She immersed herself readily in China and in her husband's England. Later, when they moved to Hong Kong, Ruth was not satisfied with the Mandarin she had learned and went on to learn Cantonese. She talked every day with local people in the course of running her house and interacting with her neighbors.
Ruth was sustained by the conviction that she was serving a great cause when she served David Adeney and her family and the immediate Christian community. She was also sustained by Scripture, prayer and singing. Until Ruth’s dementia overcame her, she sang every day. Recently Michael’s wife Miriam saw her in a rehabilitation home after she had broken her hip. She lay unresponsive. Miriam said, "We should sing a hymn," “What hymn?" Glenn asked. Then up from the bed quavered a voice that grew steadily stronger: “When peace like a river attends my way, When sorrows like sea billows roll, Whatever my lot, You have taught me to say, It is well, It is well with my soul." At the end of the chorus Ruth continued to sing the entire song from memory.
In spite of the indignities that she suffered in later years, we will always treasure the memories of Ruth Adeney's courage and her willingness to serve. Once, when leading a Bible study, Ruth said, “Unfortunately, Jesus never gave us an example of how to grow old.” Ruth is survived by 3 sons, John, Michael and Bernard, 6 grandsons, 3 granddaughters and 9 great grandchildren.


Notes;
1. Biography
Ruth Winifred Temple was born September 29, 1912 in Morristown, MN to Lewis E. and Laura Temple. When she was nine, Ruth commited herself to Christ. Following high school, she attended Northwestern Schools in Minneapolis, from which she graduated in the missions course in 1933. In 1934, she joined China Inland Mission, and by year's end was studying Chinese at the mission's language school in Yangzhou. For the next six years, she worked in Henan province. After completing the six-month course, she was first assigned to work in Wuyang, along with with Helen Nowack (later Frame). In 1936, she was moved to Yengcheng. In 1938, she married fellow-missionary David Adeney, and together they opened a station in Fangcheng. Wartime conditions required them to leave China in 1941.
The Adeneys returned first to the U.S. after leaving China. While David joined Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship to work first as Missions Secretary and then, based in Boston, as secretary in the Northeast U.S., Ruth cared for her family and entertained student guests. The Adeneys then moved on to reside in London, where David worked on the mission's home staff.
David returned to China in 1946 as part of CIM's effort to reestablish male workers on the field before bringing out their families. Ruth returned to her home in Minnesota with her three young children, where she suffered a slipped disc before she followed David back to China. From 1946 to 1950, Ruth assisted David in his ministry among Chinese university students in Nanking and Shanghai. The Adeneys evacuated China a second time in 1950, returning again to the United States.
From 1950 to 1955, David again joined the staff of Inter-Varsity, and the family lived in Geneva, IL. In 1956, he was offered a position in Hong Kong, working with International Fellowship of Evangelical Students [IFES]. The Adeneys lived in Hong Kong until 1967 when he resigned from IFES.
In 1968, the Adeneys were readmitted to the mission, by then renamed Overseas Missionary Fellowship. David was assigned to coordinate the Discipleship Training Center in Singapore. Following the reopening of China to Western visitors, Ruth and David made a number of trips to China. The Adeneys had four children.

2.http://www.wheaton.edu/bgc/archives/GUIDES/394.htm
Ruth Adeney was interviewed by Paul A. Ericksen on June 10, 1988, at the office of the Billy Graham Center Archives. The events described in the interview cover the time period from 1915-1978. Interview with Ruth Winifred Temple Adeney - Collection 394

Ruth married 1 David Howard Adeney on 31 Mar 1938 in Hankow, China. David was born 2 on 3 Nov 1911 in Bedford, Bedfordshire, ENG. He died 3 on 11 May 1994 in Berkeley, Alameda Co., CA.

1. Son of John Howard Adeney and Florence (Florry) Mary Wood. They lived at Bushmead Ave. Bedford, ENG.

2. 1934: Found on UK Outward Passenger Lists: Name of Ship; Carthage P. & O. S.N. Co.; departing London Sep. 28, 1934, bound for Yokohama, Contract to land; Shanghai; Adeney, David, 2nd class tourist, age 22, Last address in UK; 71 Bashmead Ave, Bedford, Profession; Missionary, Country of last perm residency; England, Country of intended future perm residence; China

3. 1941, July 3; Found on the passenger list of the Tatuta Maru sailing from Shanghai, China arriving at a California port, Adeney, David Howard, age 29, missionary, nationality; British, born; Bedford, Eng., visa; T.V. #704 sec 5(2) issued Shanghai, 1941-6-27, last residence; Fangeheng Honan, China

4. 1942: 27 June 1941 - 31 Jan 1942, Border Crossing, Niagra Falls, NY., from Canada to U.S., POB: Bedford, Eng., age 30, last permanent residence; Shanghai, China. Seaport and date of landing; San Francisco, July 7, 1941.

5. 1942: 17 Sep 1942, Border Crossing, Port Huron, MI., from Canada to U.S., POB: Bedford, Eng., age 30 yrs, 2 mo., traveling alone with Canadian passport, occp; missionary, last address; Fahcgheng, Honan, China, parents; John and Florence, 71 Bushmead av Bedford, Eng., last in U.S; 30 Jul 1941 to 15 Aug 1942, destination; Dr. Chalmurs W. Sherwin, 21 Harding av Belmont, Mass., Seaport and date of landing; San Francisco, July 30, 1941, SS Tatuta Maru.

6. 1945: Found in the London, England, Electoral Registers, 1832-1965; Borough of Islington, East Div Polling Dist. E. - Mildmay Ward, China Inland Mission,
Adeney, David H.
Adeney, Ruth W.

7. 1950; Found on the passenger list; manifest 44, of the Liberte, Cabin class, sailing from Southampton, Eng., on 8 Dec, arriving at New York on 14 Dec.; Adeney, David, age 39, destination; Morristown, Minn., England I.148678

8. 1951: Border Crossing, Niagra Falls, NY., from Canada to U.S., Border crossing card #; 662587, issued 19 Feb. 1951 at Minneapolis, MN. Permanent resident of Morristown, MN. Born; 3 Nov. 1911, married, Occp: missionary, read: yes, write: yes, Nationality: Gr. Britain, height: 6 feet ½ inches, weight: 160 lbs., hair: lt. Brown, eyes: blue-gray. Lawfully entered for permanent residence at New York, 14 Dec 1950 traveling on the SS Liberte, British Imm. Visa No. 13380, issued Nov. 29, 1950 at London, Eng.

9. 1951; Found on a passenger list for Pan American Airways, flight 101/C5, June 5, 1951, departed London, Eng. to New York, Adeney, David, Morristown, Minn.

10. 1953; Found on the passenger list of the Queen Mary, Tourist class, sailing from Southampton, Eng., on 20 Aug, arriving at New York on 25 Aug.; Adeney, David, destination; 201 Kane St., Geneva, ILL., British, A.6533973

11. Found in the 1956 St. Charles, IL city directory; Adeney David H (Ruth) lab h201 Kane (G) (p. 67)

12. 1956: UK Passenger List: Queen Elizabeth; departing New York Sep 1956, arriving at Southampton, Eng. 1 Oct 1956, Adeney, David, DOB; 3 Nov. 1911, married, address; C.I.M. Newington Green, London N.16, occp; missionary, citizenship; U.K., duration of stay; 13 dys.

13. 1958; Reported in the Southtown Economist, 30 July, 1958, The Foster Park Baptist church celebrating "Christmas in August" sent Christmas presents and other needed supplies to missionaries abroad, including "the Rev. David Adeney and family in Hong Kong".

14. 1960; Found on the New York Passenger and Crew Lists: French S/S LIBERTE No. 6527, p. 69, also stamped 193, Class; Tourist (Aliens), EMB Southhampton, Date of arrival; Sept. 8, 1960, Port of arrival; New York, NY., Last foreign port before arrival in United States; Southhampton, England, Sept. 2, 1960,
Adeney, David H., England, pp 28078,
Adeney, Ruth, U.S.A., pp 289345,
Adeney, John, U.S.A., pp 289337,
Adeney, Michael, U.S.A., pp 289337,
Adeney, Bernard, U.S.A., pp 289345,

15. Rev David Adeney was the founding Dean of Discipleship Training Centre where he and his wife Ruth, served from 1968 to 1976. On his retirement from DTC, he was appointed the Dean Emeritus. Rev Adeney began his missionary service with China Inland Mission after his graduation from Cambridge University. He served in church-planting and student work in China for many years. After his work in China, he served as the Associate General Secretary of the International Fellowship of Evangelical Students and was involved in the pioneering and establishing of many IFES groups in various countries of East Asia. At the invitation of the Overseas Missionary Fellowship, he founded and established DTC before handing over the leadership of the Centre to Rev Howard Peskett. After his retirement from DTC and until his death in 1994, he continued to serve the Lord actively as Minister-at large for OMF, speaking at student conferences and serving in China ministry. During his retirement years, he also served as the President of IFES for two terms.

DAVID ADENEY SCHOLARSHIP

In memory of the late Rev Dr David Adeney, the Board of Directors of the Discipleship Training Centre is pleased to announce the establishment of The David Adeney Scholarship fund. The fund will be used to provide scholarships to Resident Fellows at DTC to study and reflect, research and write on issues relating to the Church in Asia, particularly in the area of missions, student work and theological education. This is to recognise and , honour Rev Dr. Adeney's significant lifelong contribution to the Church in Asia in these areas. It is also part of DTC's continuing effort to serve and support the work and ministry of the Church in Asia.

16. Another [China Inland Mission] CIM missionary working with students was David H. Adeney (1911- 1994, Ai De-li) (Armitage, 1993). Adeney worked for several years in rural Henan and then after the war he returned to China with his wife Ruth and was involved with students, basing himself mainly in Nanjing. Adeney and Calvin Chao (Zhao Junying), leader of China Inter Varsity, were amongst those attending the inaugural meeting of the International Fellowship of Evangelical Students (IFES) held in Boston, USA, in 1947. Calvin Chao left China when the Communists came to power but remained active in Southeast Asia.73 After having to leave China, Adeney returned to work with students in the USA and served as director of the fourth Urbana Mission Convention of Inter Varsity held in 1954. He then worked in Southeast Asia and saw the start of a number of IFES-related student movements. He founded the Discipleship Training Centre in Singapore and never lost his passion for the Church in China. David Adeney founded the Pray for China Fellowship that later developed into the monthly prayer report of OMF, now called Global Chinese Ministries. Adeney prayed personally every day for a long list of his former friends and students in China - not knowing how they
were doing during the dark years of the Fifties and then the Cultural Revolution (1966-1976). Arthur F. Glasser writes of David Adeney, “Greatly loved, especially by Asian students, he embodied all the best characteristics of the twentieth century Western missionary.” Adeney’s life and his passion for China inspired many, both Chinese and non-Chinese. It was my privilege to work very closely with Dr Adeney (or “David” as he preferred to be called) during the eighties and into the nineties.

The city where CIMer David Adeney lived in Henan in the 1930s and from where he did itinerant evangelism, a place called Fangcheng, was forty or fifty years later to become the centre of one of China’s major house church networks - country-wide numbering in the millions.

David Adeney is another missionary who exemplified the Christ-like life of zeal, humility and prayerfulness. No wonder God used him in many remarkable ways to touch the lives of countless people in China and around the world. The biography of his life (Armitage, 1993) has the subtitle “Ordinary man, Extraordinary Mission”. Having known and worked with David Adeney, however, I regard him as anything but an ordinary man. He was in fact a remarkable man. I remember being in Beijing with him on his very last trip to China (in 1992). We met with several of his friends, some of whom he had known back in the forties when they were students. Those gathered had a memorable evening of fellowship and reminiscing. To end off the evening they asked Mr Adeney to pray. He prayed in Chinese. It was passionate and moving. He prayed for those there and he prayed for China. When he finished there was not one dry eye in the room. We had been in the presence of God.

Communicating the Good News in China today: realistic expectations for foreign believers
by: Peter Stafford Anderson
A THESIS SUBMITTED FOR THE DEGREE OF MASTER of THEOLOGY
at the SOUTH AFRICAN THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY
JUNE 2006

17. Obit: David Howard Adeney, missionary: born Bedford 3 November 1911; founded Discipleship Training Centre, Singapore 1968; part-time Professor of Missions, Berkeley, California 1976-92; author of China: Christian students face the Revolution 1972, China: the Church's Long March 1985; married 1938 Ruth Temple (three sons, and one daughter deceased); died Berkeley, California 11 May 1994.
DAVID ADENEY sailed for China in 1934 with the China Inland Mission (now the Overseas Missionary Fellowship) and celebrated his 23rd birthday aboard The Carthage at sea between Hong Kong and Shanghai. Some three months earlier, Mao Tse-tung had set out with his followers to escape from nationalist armies under Chiang Kai-Shek. The historic 6,000-mile Long March, which changed the face of China, was moving north-west.
While Adeney was in language study with other new missionaries, he heard that two fellow workers had been taken captive on the Long March and that communist troops had beheaded two others just a few miles away. Western gunboats appeared on the Yangtze River. But the missionaries had not asked for protection; they did not want to be regarded as Imperialists but wanted to identify with the people whom they had come to serve, and they wore Chinese clothes to express this. It was an early demonstration of Adeney's character in facing the demands of working as a missionary and teacher in China and the Far East for the next 60 years.
David Adeney was born in 1911 to missionary parents. He was the second of five sons, all of whom became missionaries. His father worked among Jews in Romania, and his brothers served in China, East Africa and Palestine. Adeney resolved to go to China in his early teens, later describing it as 'a tremendous longing' which never left him.
After Monkton Combe School in Bath, he went up to Cambridge where he played a leading role in the Christian Union. Fifty years earlier the university had been enthralled to see seven of its most celebrated students volunteer for missionary service in China. They included CT Studd (Captain of the first XI) and Stanley Smith (stroke of the Cambridge boat). Their influence was not lost on Adeney, nor indeed on the life of the Christian Union over the generations.
Adeney became the Missionary Secretary. His influence stretched well beyond Cambridge. He was elected to the student executive of the Inter-Varsity Fellowship (now the Universities and Colleges Christian Fellowship) and in 1933 he founded the Inter-Varsity Missionary Fellowship. This was for students from all British and Irish universities who intended to serve overseas. Some 150 students joined that Easter.
In March 1938, after four years in China, Adeney married Ruth Temple, from Minnesota, then the youngest woman missionary in China, who was working in Shejizhen. Ten years later Christian freedom was diminishing fast. All students met in small groups each morning as part of the communist policy of 'thought reform'. The church came under government control and the 'Three Self' Patriotic Movement was born. The government feared imperialistic influence and all foreign missionaries were expelled. The China Inter-Varsity Fellowship, in which Adeney had played a key role, was shut down.
Adeney then moved to Hong Kong to work with the International Fellowship of Evangelical Students. In the late Fifties and early Sixties Christian work amongst university students in East Asia grew. From Hong Kong Adeney travelled extensively and was described by a colleague as 'advance party, trouble-shooter and counsellor' as he pioneered in one country after another.
Adeney was at once a visionary and a pastor. For example he arranged for a Nanjing medical student to specialise under a friend of his in Philadelphia. She is now a leading specialist in leukaemia and has been an influential leader in the New York Chinese Christian Fellowship.
He saw ways that the indigenous church in each country could be strengthened through its graduates. To this end he founded the Discipleship Training Centre in Singapore, becoming its first Dean in 1968. Space was limited, but his overview of student work across Asia meant he could 'spot' the best candidates and earmark places for them, until such time as they were ready.
In 1969 the training centre was hit by flash floods. Adeney retrieved a book manuscript he had just completed, but the pages were firmly stuck together. In character, he had no other copy. In character, too, he saw it as a chance to look at the subject with fresh eyes, and began all over again.
Adeney carried his full set of preaching notes with him when he travelled, in one case. In the early Seventies he put his case down to greet someone at Manila Airport and it was stolen. Again, there were no copies. He saw this, too, as a challenge to look anew at what Scripture taught. This calm spirit which sought the positive in every situation left its mark.
Ever the thinker and worker, Adeney became part-time Professor of Missions at New College, Berkeley, when he retired, and he held this position until 1992. A colleague remarked: 'Hundreds and maybe thousands of people count him as a close friend. People from every continent seek him out as they come to the Bay Area.'
In his travels to Asia during retirement, he always carried more books for former students than the weight limit allowed. He would charm airline staff in Hong Kong, China, Singapore, Taiwan and Malaysia by speaking to them in fluent Chinese. Adeney was the author of several books. He lost his only daughter through cancer in 1989 and is survived by his wife, Ruth, and three sons. (London, The Independant, May 17, 1994)


Notes:
1. Biography
http://www.wheaton.edu/bgc/archives/GUIDES/393.htm#3
Interview with David Howard Adeney - Collection 393, Billy Grahm Center, Wheaton, Illinois, USA.

David Howard Adeney
Birth November 3, 1911, in Bedford, England
Death May 11, 1994
Family
Parents Adeney's father worked as a missionary to Jews in Romania until Adeney was three, when the family returned to England. His father then served as a chaplain to German prisoners during World War I. Marital Status Married Ruth Temple, who was a fellow CIM worker from America also stationed in Henan province, 1938
The Adeneys had five children, one who died when only three days old in China Conversion At the age of seven or eight through the ministry of Hudson Pope, an evangelist working among children Education
19?? Studied at Monkton Combe, a Christian school where he completed high school
1935 Received an MA degree from Queens' College, Cambridge, where he studied history and theology.
Career
1934-1941 Served as a missionary in China with China Inland Mission (CIM) at several stations in Henan province, and 1946-1950. While in Henan he was stationed at Siangcheng with Henry Guiness. Adeney and his wife together opened a station at Fangcheng. With increased Japanese activity in the area, the Adeneys left China in 1941. Adeney was almost rejected by CIM for medical reasons. By the end of 1934 he was studying at CIM's men's Chinese language program in Anqing.
1941-194? Joined Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship in the US and was initially appointed Missions Secretary. He was subsequently made staff worker for the east coast. Based in Boston, he worked with the IVCF groups at Harvard and Yale.
194?-1946 Relocated to London, where David worked on the mission's home staff.
1946-1950 Returned to China with CIM (Ruth followed a year later) when he worked in Nanking and then Shanghai, affiliated with the newly established Chinese Inter-Varisty Fellowship in their work among university students.
1950-1955 Rejoined the staff of Inter-Varsity in the US, residing in Geneva, Illinois. His assignment included responsibility for the 1954 Urbana missionary convention.
1956-1968 Joined International Fellowship of Evangelical Students' (IFES) as Associate General Secretary for the Far East, based in Hong Kong
1968-1976 Readmitted to the China Inland Mission (by then renamed Overseas Missionary Fellowship) to establish and direct the Discipleship Training Center (DTC) in Singapore, a training and study program for students.
1976- Taught as a visiting professor at the China Graduate School of Theology in Hong Kong
Other significant information
Between leaving Monkton Combe at age eighteen and entering Cambridge, Adeney joined the Missionary Training Colony in 1929, which emphasized discipleship and evangelism. When Adeney began his university studies, he also joined the Cambridge Intercollegiate Christian Union, which was affiliated with England's Inter-Varsity Fellowship (IVF). While in college, he was secretary for local activities and missionary secretary, and later missionary secretary for IVF throughout England.
Following the reopening of China to Western visitors, David and Ruth made a number of trips to China.
Adeney was coordinator of OMF's China program until 1985 and then became minister-at-large for the mission.
He served two terms as president of IFES and then as vice-president.
David Adeney was interviewed by Paul Ericksen on June 10 & November 14, 1988, at the Archives office at Wheaton College in Wheaton, Illinois. The events described in the interview cover the time periods as follows: T1, 1911-1934; T2, 1934-1946; T3, 1934-1950; T4, 1941-1950; T5, 1941-1968; T6, 1957-1988.

2. Author of; "The Unchanging Commission". Chicago, Il., Inter-Varsity Press, 1955.
"China: Christian Students face the Revolution". Downers Grove, Il., Inter-Varsity Press,
1973.
"Men of Vision". Living Books for All (Asian Division), 1978.
"China: The Church's Long March". OMF/Regal, 1985.

3. Published Biography: Reaching for the Goal: The Life Story of David Adeney Author: Armitage, Carolyn. Publisher: Wheaton, Illinois: Harold Shaw Publishers, 1993

They had the following children:

  773 F i Rosemary Joy Adeney was born on 1 Jan 1939 in Fangeheng, Henan, China. She died 1 on 27 Mar 1989 in Berkeley, Alameda Co., CA.

1. 1941, July 3; Found on the passenger list of the Tatuta Maru sailing from Shanghai, China arriving at a California port, Adeney, Rosemary Joy, age 2 1/2, nationality; American, born; Fangeheng., passport; report of birth, 1941-5-10, last residence; Fangeheng Honan, China.

2. 1946; Found on the passenger list of the Gripsholm sailing from Southampton, Eng., 13 March 1946, arriving at New York, 23 March 1946, Adeney, Rosemary Joy, age 7, child, nationality; U.S.C, passport #4787 iss. US Embassy London Feb 14, 1946, last residence; Bedford, Eng.

3. 1946; Departed San Francisco, CA. 15 Dec 1946 on the ship Marine Lynx bound for Shanghai, China, arrived 31 Dec 1946.

4. 1950; Found on the passenger list; manifest 44, of the Liberte, Cabin class, sailing from Southampton, Eng., on 8 Dec, arriving at New York on 14 Dec.; Adeney, Rosemary, age 11, destination; Morristown, Minn., USP. 792

5. Found in the 1956 St. Charles, IL city directory; Adeney Rosemary J kitchen aid Community Hosp r201 Kane (G) (p. 67)

6. Miss Adeney Wed To Dr. Arthur Lumm
Miss Rosemary Joy Adeney became the bride of Dr. Arthur Benjamin Lumm yesterday in the Hope Christian and Missionary Alliance Church. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David H. Adeney of Kowloon, Hong Kong, formerly of Indianapolis. Parents of the bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lumm of Wabash.
THE BRIDE WORE a silk organza over taffeta gown. Her veil was held by a pearlized crown. She carried a bouquet of orchids and stephanotis on a Bible. Mrs. Robert Wade of Martinsville was matron of honor. Miss Rosemary Overpeck and Miss Sylvia Shepherd of Sugar Grove, IL., were bridesmaids. The attendants wore pink silk taffeta gowns and carried bouquets of rosebuds and gladioli blossoms. Le Anne Hollowell was flower girl. Best man was Dr. Carl Charles Holdings. (The Indianapolis Star, Aug. 4, 1963, p. 80)


Notes:
1. Spent about 23 years in the Philippines with the Nurses Christian Fellowship.
2. Adopted two children;
3. Died April 1989 following skin cancer.
        Rosemary married 1 (1) Arthur Benjamin Lumm on 3 Aug 1963 in Indianapolis, Marion Co., IN. Arthur was born on 9 Dec 1934 in Cincinnati, Hamilton Co., OH. He died on 10 Jul 1964 in Winona Lake, Kosciusko Co., IN.

1. Son of Arthur B. Lumm and Grace A. Phelps.

2. Found in the 1940 U.S Census Ohio, Hamilton Co., Cincinnati, wd-9 (2 Apr '40) ED 91-136, sheet 1B, 437 Melisk Av., age 5, POB; Ohio, ed; 0, with parents; Arthur (39) (rents $25) and Grace (42) and brother David (2)

3. 1960 WABASH COUNTY AND THE VIETNAM WAR
July 21; 18 men classified 1-A by local draft board. They were David C. Archer, ... Arthur B. Lumm, ...
August 18; 18 men classified 1-A by local draft board. They were Robert J. Alexander, ... 2S student deferment Arthur B. Lumm. ...
August 22; Wabash Selective Service classified 32 available for the Army. 1A Douglas E. Adams, ... 2A Arthur Lumm.

4. Ex-student of College Drowns
Warsaw - A young physician and former Anderson College student, who was preparing to become a medical missionary and hoped to soon open a missionary hospital in Africa, drowned yesterday afternoon in Winona Lake. The body of Dr. Arthur B. Lumm Jr., the victim, 29, of Wabash, was pulled from the lake about 5 p.m. by a lifeguard. Minutes earlier during a conversation with the lifeguard, Robert Dowdy, it was learned Dr. Lumm lost his sense of direction while underwater.
Dowdy then had his attention diverted to a boy whose diving was faulty. Moments later, Dr. Lumm’s wife, Mrs. Rosemary Adeney Lumm, who was swimming with her husband at the Bethany Camp beach, asked, “Where’s my husband?” After considerable diving, Dowdy found the physician’s lifeless form in water about 12 feet deep and 15 feet out from a pier, or about 100 feet from shore, according to Deputy Andrews.
Dr. Joseph Mishler, Kosciusko County coroner, said death was caused by drowning. Dr. Lumm, who was a former student at Anderson College and a graduate of the Indiana University Medical School, was a student at the Fuller Summer Seminary at Winona Lake, a religious resort and educational community.
His wife, a registered nurse, was working part-time at the Murphy Medical Center in Warsaw. Dr. Lumm was a member of the Church of God and his wife’s parents are missionaries in Hong Kong. He is survived by his widow; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lumm Sr., of Wabash; a brother, PFC David Lumm, with the Army in Iran; and an uncle, John Felbs, [Phelps] of Anderson. (Anderson Daily Bulletin, July 11, 1964, p. 3)

5. Man 29 Drowns at Winona Lake
WINONA LAKE, Ind - Dr. Arthur Lumm Jr. 29, Wabash, drowned late Friday while swimming alone in Winona Lake. His body was recovered by Bob Dowdy, a life guard, about 15 or 20 minutes after he had been missed by the guard. Lumm was a graduate of Ball State Teachers College and Indiana University Medical School. He was attending Fuller Seminary here in preparation for a career as a medical missionary. (Logansport Press, July 11, 1964)

6. Word was received recently by Mrs. L. E. Temple of Buckeye Manor, Faribault, of the accidental drowning at Winona Lake, Ind., of Arthur Lumm. Funeral services were Tuesday, July 14, at Wabash, Ind. He was the husband of Rosemary Adeney, daughter of the former Ruth Temple of Morristown. (Faribalt Daily News, July 1964)
        Rosemary married (2) Living.
  774 M ii Harold Edward Adeney was born on 7 Dec 1940 in Fangeheng, Henan, China. He died on 10 Dec 1940 in Fangeheng, Henan, China.

1. ADENEY. - On Dec. 7, 1940, at Fangcheng, China, to David and Ruth Adeney, the gift of a son (Harold Edward). (England, Andrews Newspaper Index Cards)

2. ADENEY. - Harold Edward, darling son of David and Ruth Adeney, Fangcheng, China, lived only a few days. (England, Andrews Newspaper Index Cards)


Notes:
1. Harold died shortly after birth in inland China. He could not keep food down and probably would have been saved by a simple medical procedure if he had been born in the USA or England. (J.A)
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374. Phyllis Angela Temple (Laura A. Henry , William Birchmore Henry , Elizabeth {Rebecca} Sutton , Daniel , Philpot John ) was born 1 on 24 Oct 1919 in Morristown, Rice Co., MN. She died 2 on 4 Aug 1952 in Wyanet, Bureau Co., IL.

1. Found in the 1920 U.S Census Minnesota, Rice Co., Morristown, T625, Roll 856, p. 187, district 3, sheet# 13A, 1st Ave East, age 2/12.

2. Found in the 1930 U.S Census Minnesota, Rice Co., Morristown, district 18, sheet# 2B, age 10

3. Found in the 1940 U.S Census Minnesota(22 Apr '40), Rice Co., Morristown, ed 66-18, sheet 8B, age 20, b. Minn, ED; H4, with parents; Louis(72) and Laura(60) and husband Henry Schol(21)

4. Obit: MORRISTOWN--(Special)--Funeral services for Mrs. Henry Schol, 32, who passed away on Monday, August 4, at her home at Wyanet, Ill., were held at the First Baptist church, Morristown, on Thursday, August 7, at 2 p.m. The Rev. John Polson assisted by the Rev. J. M. Cottrell of Nerstrand, officiated, Dean Gutshall of Wyanet, Ill., was soloist, accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Gutshall. "That Beautiful Land" was sung by a male quartet composed of Roy Timm, Kenneth Ankrum, Merle Reineke and Lowell Paul. The pallbearers were Roy Timm, Adrian Temple, Glenn McColley, Chester Meschke, Lowell Paul, and Frederick Neubert. Interment was in the Morristown cemetery. Phyllis A. Schol was born October 24, 1919, the daughter of Lewis and Laura Temple, at Morristown. She was graduated from the Morristown high school and spent several years at Northwestern schools in Minneapolis. She was married to Henry Schol on September 10, 1939. Together with her husband they pastored churches in Fairhaven, Hollandale, MInn., and Wyanet, Ill. She leaves to mourn: her husband, four sons, Duane Henry, Corwin Lewis, Philip Paul, Mark Temple, also her parents, four sisters, (Maud) Mrs. L. E. Borne of Minneapolis, (Gladys) Mrs. Gilbert Kisor, of Morristown, (Mabel) Mrs. Fred Hubbard of Arlington, S. D., (Ruth) Mrs. David Adeney of Geneva, Ill., two brothers, Lyle of Faribault and Ray of Hill City and many uncles, aunts, nephews and nieces and a host of friends. (Faribault Daily News, Aug. 12, 1952)

Notes:
1. Died of cancer.

Phyllis married Henry Lammert Schol on 10 Sep 1939 in Rice Co., MN. Henry was born 1 on 27 Apr 1918 in George, Lyon Co., IA. He died on 17 Sep 2008 in Gainesville, Alachua Co., FL.

1. Son of Cornelius Schol and Annie Mulder {Modder}. Both were from Holland. Cornelius was the son of Henry and Tryntje (nee Schaap) Schol.

2. Found in the 1920 U.S Census Iowa, Lyon Co., Elgin, dis 71, sheet 12A, age 1 8/12, Rock Rapids and Selby Road, at home with parents Cornelis and Annie.

3. Found in the 1925 Iowa state census, Lyon Co., Elgin, age 6, at home with parents Cornelis and Annie.

4. Found in the 1930 U.S Census Iowa, Lyon Co., Elgin, dis 9, sheet 2B, age 11, at home with parents Cornelis and Annie, siblings; Annie, Trena, Dena, Lambert, and Bernice.

5. Found in the 1940 U.S Census Minnesota, Rice Co., Morristown, (22 Apr '40), ED 66-18, sheet 8B, age 21, b. Iowa, ED; 8, with in-laws; Louis(72) and Laura(60) and wife Phyllis Schol(20)

6. 1947; Church Gets New Pastor <Photo> HOLLANDALE (Special to the Tribune) The Community Congregational church has engaged the Rev. Henry L. Schol as its new pastor. At present he is driving from Minneapolis every Sunday to deliver his sermons. He will graduate from the Northwestern Seminary in June. After graduation he will move his wife and two children, Duane, 6, and Corwin, 1 ½, here to live at the parsonage. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Schol, Worthington, were both born in Holland ? Netherlands. Rev. Schol has been pastor of the First Baptist church at Fairhaven, Minn., for the past year. (The Evening Tribune, Albert Lea, Apr 19, 1947, p. 5)
7. 1953; PASTOR MARRIES The Rev. Henry L. Schol, former pastor of Congregational church, Hollandale, was married Monday night at the Church of Christ, Worthington. He married Mrs. Dorothy Nienkerk, Worthington, Rev. Schol is now a pastor of the Congregational church, Wyanet, IL. (The Evening Tribune, Albert Lea, Feb 25, 1953, p. 3)

8. Found in the 1955 Clearwater, FL city directory; Schol, Henry L (Dorothy M) clk Publix Super Mkt h1260 Woodlawn ter (p. 191)

9. Found in the 1960 Clearwater, FL city directory; Schol, Henry L Rev (Dorothy) pastor First Baptist Church real est 922 Main (SH) h2739 Shaddock dr (p. 314)

10. "Mission Now is Temple Baptist Church"
A new church, Temple Baptist Church, 5501 31st St. S., was organized this month. Formerly a mission of Lake Maggiore Baptist Church, the group held its organizational meeting Oct. 8 with the Rev. William Moyle, associational missionary for Pinellas Baptist Association presiding. The Rev. Henry L. Schol, pastor of the new church, has served Minnesota and Illinois churches. For the past five years he was pastor of First Baptist Church, Safety Harbor, which built a sanctuary and educational building under his ministry. Schol is married and father of eight children. Mrs. Schol has been re-elected as clerk treasurer of the Pinellas Baptist Association. Church constitution and by-laws are being drawn up and plans are being made to build an educational unit at Temple Baptist Church. (St. Petersburg Times, Oct. 28, 1961, p. 47)
11. "Schol Leaves Ministry at Baptist Church"
The Rev. Henry L. Schol, for the past two years pastor of the Maxime Heights Baptist Church, has resigned, effective Monday to take the pastorate of the First Baptist Church of Floral City. During his ministry at the Maxime Heights Church, a new education building was built and new pews were bought for the sanctuary. New units in Sunday school and the Brotherhood were organized. During Mr. Schol's stay in St. Petersburg, Mrs. Schol served as the clerk-treasurer of the Pinellas Baptist Association. (St. Petersburg Times, Dec. 6, 1963, p. 92)
12. 2003: ANNIVERSARIES
Henry and Dorothy Schol Henry and Dorothy Schol will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary the weekend of Feb. 22 with a family luncheon on Saturday and a reception on Sunday afternoon. The couple were married Feb. 23, 1953 in Worthington, Minn. The couple moved to Florida in 1954, and to Gainesville in 1986. They have eight children, 20 grandchildren and 21 great-grandchildren. Henry has pastored many churches in Florida, and in Minnesota and Illinois. Locally, he is still serving as a supply or interim preacher. Dorothy has served these churches as organist and pianist and is still doing so at Ridgeview Baptist Church, where the Schols have been members since Henry's retirement in 1986. A reception given by their children is planned for 2-4 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 23, at Ridgeview Baptist Church. Friends are invited to join in the celebration. No gifts, please. (16 Feb 2003, Gainesville.com)

13. Obit: Henry Schol SCHOL, REV. HENRY Rev. Henry Schol, 90, of Gainesville passed away on September 17, 2008. Henry was born to Anna and Cornelius Schol, just outside of George, Iowa on April 27, 1918. He graduated from Northwestern Bible College, Minneapolis, MN in 1947. His preaching career started in 1949 in Hollandale, MN. He pastord several churches in Minnesota and Illinois, before moving to the Clearwater/St. Pete, Florida area in 1954. In Florida he pastored numerous churches throughout the state from St. Pete to Jacksonville. Upon retiring, they moved to Gainesville in the fall of 1985. Here he served as an interim and as a supply pastor for area churches for many years. He enjoyed playing golf with his fellow pastors, and visiting with people. He was preceded in death by his first wife, Phyllis Temple Schol, his second wife of almost 55 years, Dorothy M. Schol, and grandsons, Greg Schol, Michael Schol, and Stephen Lunsford. He is survived by children, Marlyn (Hazel) Schol of McApin, Fl.; Duane (Sherry) Schol of Fernandina Beach, Fl.; Kay Lynne Schol of Ocala, FL., Patricia A. Harris of Ventura, CA; Corwin L. (Vivian) Schol of London, England; Ronald (Janet) Schol of Gainesville; Philip (Anne) Schol of Laurel, MD; Mark (LaNita) Schol of Ocala, Fl; 19 grandchildren and 24 great-grandchildren, 1 brother; 2 sisters, and many nieces and nephews. Funeral Services will be held on Saturday, September 20, 2008 at 11:00 am at Ridgeview Baptist Church, 3508 NW 19th Street, Gainesville, with Rev. Bill Davenport officiating. A visitation will be held from 6:30-7:30 at Friday, September 19, 2008 at Forest Meadows Funeral Home, 725 NW 23rd Ave. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to Ridgeview Baptist Church, Sound System, 3508 NW 19th St., Gainesville, Fl. 32605. Arrangements in the care of FOREST MEADOWS FUNERAL HOME, CEMETERIES & CREMATORY. Please sign the family guestbook at www.forestmeadowsfh.com. (The Gainesville Sun, Aug., 2008)


Notes:
1. Four children with his second wife, Dorothy M. Nienkerk; Marlyn L., Kaye L., Patricia A., and Ronald D.

2. SCHOL, DOROTHY M. Schol, Dorothy M., 87, of Gainesville, passed away unexpectedly on Wednesday afternoon. Dorothy was born in Sibley, Iowa on April 21 and moved to Gainesville from Jacksonville over 20 years ago. She was the church organist, pianist, and choir director at numerous area Florida churches where her husband was the minister. She loved to garden, to cook and to sew. She was a member of Ridgeview Baptist Church. She was preceded in death by her grandsons, Greg Schol and Michael Schol and Stephan Lunsford. She is survived by her husband, Rev. Henry L. Schol and by her children, Marlyn (Hazel) Schol of McAlpin, FL; Duane (Sherry) Schol of Fernandina Beach, FL, Kay Lynne Schol of Ocala, FL; Patricia A. Harris of Ventura, CA; Corwin L. (Vivian) Schol of London, England; Ronald (Janet) Schol of Gainesville; Philip (Anne) Schol of Laurel, MD; Mark (LaNita) Schol of Ocala, FL; 19 grandchildren and 24 great-grandchildren. Services will be held on Saturday, February 16, 2008 at 11 AM at Ridgeview Baptist Church, 3508 NW 19th Street, Gainesville with Rev. Bill Davenport and Rev, Ray McKendree officiating. A visitation will be held on Friday, Feb. 15, 2008 from 6 to 7:30 PM at Forest Meadows Funeral Home, 725 NW 23rd Ave., Gainesville. Arrangements are under the care of FOREST MEADOWS FUNERAL HOME, CEMETERIES, AND CREMATORY. (Gainesville Sun 2008).

3. (????)
'Well and Fit,' Missing
Soldier Writes Wife
Buffalo Center — Pvt. Henry Schol, who has been missing in action over Germany since December 12,. is "well and fit," according to a letter received by his wife. The last she heard from him was a letter dated Dec. 9. It stated he had just returned to a rest camp behind the lines and had slept in a bed the first time in several weeks. (Mason City Globe-Gazette, Apr. 24, 1945, p. 14)

They had the following children:

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+ 779 M ii Living
+ 780 M iii Living
+ 781 M iv Living

375. Lila Mabel Flake (Elizabeth "Bessie" Henry , William Birchmore Henry , Elizabeth {Rebecca} Sutton , Daniel , Philpot John ) was born 1 on 10 Apr 1909 in Bayfield, Bayfield Co., WI. She died 2 on 15 May 1991 in Bemidji, Beltrami Co., MN.

1. Local Happenings
In writing a letter to Mrs. J. H. Crouch of this city, from Bayfield, Wis., Mrs. Paul Flake, who formerly lived in Bemidji, states that a fine, bouncing girl, weighing ten pounds avoirdupois, was born to the house of Flake, at Bayfield, last Saturday night, and that mother and child are getting along nicely; also, that Mr. Flake has taken on added dignity because of the event. Mr. and Mrs. Flake are well known to many Bemidji people, having moved from Bemidji to Bayfield two years ago, Mr. Flake, prior to that time having been in the employ of Mr. Crouch. (Bemidji Daily Pioneer, April 14, 1909)

2. Found in the 1910 U.S Census Wisconsin, Bayfield Co., Bayfield, district 29, sheet# 18A, age 1/12

3. Found in the 1920 U.S Census Minnesota, Beltrami Co., Bemidji wd-3, T625, Roll 822, p. 205, sheet 12B, 216 Thirteenth St., ("Phlake") age 10, at home with parents

4. Found in the 1930 U.S Census Minnesota, Beltrami Co., Grant Valley Twp, district 4-22, sheet# 2B, age 20, with husband William, at the home of John Stilwell

5. Found in the 1940 U.S Census Minnesota, Beltrami Co., Eckles, (10 Apr '40) ED 4-18, sheet 3A, age 30, POB: Wisconsin, ed H-4, with husband William C. (38)(owns $1000) and children Willmer (7), Harry (6), Mervin (4) and Raymond (2)

6. 1961; lived at LaPorte, Hubbard Co., MN at the time of her father's death.

7. 1969; Mrs. WM Stilwell and daughter, Rachel, had as Thanksgiving day guests Rev. and Mrs. Mervin Stilwell and family of Sauk Center and Mrs. Wm. Stilwell’s mother, Mrs. Paul Flake of Bemidji. (Bemidji Daily Pioneer, Dec 2, 1969, p. 3)

8. 1970; [In the About People section of the Bemidji Daily Pioneer] 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 Centre; Ben Stilwell and family at Omaha, Neb., and Willmer Stilwell family at Farmington and spent some time with the Carl Stilwell family at Ben Lomond, Calif. On their return they visited Mrs. Stilwell's sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fournier at Aurora, Calif. 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. (Bemidji Daily Pioneer, Apr. 2, 1970, p. 8)

9. 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)

10. 1981, lived at Bemidji, Beltrami Co., MN at the time of her mother's death.

11. Lila Mabel Stilwell, 82, of Bemidji died Wednesday, May 15, 1991, at the Beltrami Nursing Home. Funeral services were at First Baptist Church. Interment was in Greenwood Cemetery.
Mrs. Stilwell was born April 10, 1909, at Bayfield, Wis., to Paul and Bessie Flake. She grew up and went to school in Bemidji. She married William Stilwell and they lived in Bemidji until moving to Moses Lake, Wash., in 1947. They moved to Rochester, Ind., in 1950 and lived there until 1956 when they moved to Laporte, where they owned and operated Pine Beach Resort. She moved to Bemidji in 1963 after her husband's death. She was a member of First Baptist Church.
She is survived by two daughters, Lois Egland of Elkader, Iowa, and Rachael Noordman of Hancock, Minn.; eight sons, Carl of Mount Herman, Calif., Wilmer of Seattle, Wash., Harry of Laporte, Mervin of Spooner, Wis., Raymond of Tahlequah, Okla, Benjamin of Jacksonville, Fla., Stephen of Lima, Pera, and James of Georgetown, S.C.; 47 grandchildren; 23 great-grandchildren; a brother, William Flake of Robbinsdale; a sister, Norma Fournier of Albuquerque, N.M.; and several nieces and nephews. (Bemidji Pioneer, May 16, 1991)

Lila married William Carroll Stilwell on 10 Jun 1929 in Bemidji, Beltrami Co., MN. William was born on 26 Jan 1902 in Neils, Winnebago Co., IA. He died 1 on 13 Jan 1963 in Bemidji, Beltrami Co., MN.

1. Son of Harry Selector Stilwell and Elisabeth Caroline Cox.

2. Found in the 1905 Iowa state census, Winnebago Co., Forest, card 151, Stilwell, Willie, P.O. address: First City, age 3, POB: IA., POB Fa: Iowa, POB Mo: Wis., years in Iowa: 3, single, with parents Harry (32) POB: Humbolt, IA., and Elizabeth (32) and Frances (2)

3. Found in the 1910 U.S Census Iowa, Winnebago Co., Forest Twnshp, district 228, sheet# 8B, age 8

4. Found in the 1920 U.S Census Minnesota, Beltrami Co., Grant Valley, district 42, sheet# 5A, age 17, farm laborer at home with parents, Harry S. (48) and Elizabeth (48) and siblings, John (15), Edna (13) and Roscoe (9)

5. Found in the 1930 U.S Census Minnesota, Beltrami Co., Grant Valley Twp, district 4-22, sheet# 2B, age 28, at the home of his brother John, with wife Lila and with parents; Harry and Elizabeth.

6. Found in the 1940 U.S Census Minnesota, Beltrami Co., Eckles (10 Apr '40) ED 4-18, sheet 3A, owns $1000, age 38, ed; 8, POB; Iowa, with wife Lila (30) and children Carl (8) Willmer (7) Harry (6) Mervin (4) and Raymond (2)

7. 1942: WWII Draft Registration card; William Carroll Stilwell, ser# 1086, address: Eckles Twp, Beltrami County, Minnesota, Mailing address: same, age; 40, DOB; 26 Jan 1902, POB; Neils, Iowa, Name and address of person who will always know your address; Mrs. Lila Stilwell, Route 1, Bemidji, Minn., Employer; Farming + carpentering - Self, Place of employment; Eckles Twp, Beltrami County, Minnesota, race; white, height; 6' 0", weight; 170, eyes; Blue, hair; Brown, Crooked arm due to broken elbow, Local Board No. 4, Bemidji, Beltrami County, Minnesota, 14 Feb 1942.

They had the following children:

+ 782 M i Carl Timothy Stilwell
+ 783 M ii Willmer Amos Stilwell
+ 784 M iii Living
+ 785 M iv Mervin Joseph Stilwell
+ 786 M v Raymond David Stilwell
  787 F vi Mabel Rebekah Stilwell was born 1 on 6 Mar 1939 in Bemidji, Beltrami Co., MN. She died 2 on 6 Mar 1939 in Bemidji, Beltrami Co., MN.
  788 F vii Ruth Ann Stilwell was born 1 on 20 Mar 1941 in Bemidji, Beltrami Co., MN. She died 2 on 24 Mar 1941 in Bemidji, Beltrami Co., MN.
+ 789 M viii Living
+ 790 M ix Benjamin Laurence Stilwell
+ 791 F x Living
+ 792 M xi Living
+ 793 F xii Living

376. Norma Josephine Flake (Elizabeth "Bessie" Henry , William Birchmore Henry , Elizabeth {Rebecca} Sutton , Daniel , Philpot John ) was born 1 on 17 Aug 1912 in {Bayfield, Bayfield Co.}, WI. She died 2 on 7 Aug 2003 in Amarillo, Potter Co., TX.

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

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

3. Found in the 1940 Bemidji, MN., city directory; Fournier Frank E F (Norma J) patrolman Police Hdqtrs h808 12th (p. 66)

4. Found in the 1940 U.S census Minnesota, Beltrami Co., Bemidji, wd-3, (2 Apr 1940) ED 4-5A, sheet 1A, 808 12th St., owns $1000, age 27, ed H, (1935; South River, Middlesex, NJ), with husband Frances E. (37), and children; Janette N. (9), Lorraine M. (8), Earl M. (6) and Gerald F. (5)

5. Found in the 1942 Bemidji, MN., city directory; Fournier Frank E F (Norma J) police h808 W 12th p. 63

6. Found in the 1945 Lubbock, TX., city directory; Fournier Frank E (Norma J) shop formn Dikinson Motor Co h2303 15th, his mother Mabel is with them (p. 137)
5a. Found in the 1945 Lubbock, TX., city directory; Fournier Norma J Mrs com lab Lubbock Mach Co r2303 15th (p. 137)

7. Found in the 1947 Lubbock, TX., city directory; Fournier Frank E (Norma J) formn Dickinson Motor Co r RD 6 (p. 182)
6a. Found in the 1947 Lubbock, TX., city directory; Fournier Norma J Mrs waiter Pat's Cafe r4702 Av P (p. 182)

8. Found in the 1949 Lubbock, TX., city directory; Fournier Frank E (Norma J) body shop wkr Dickinson Mtr r RD 7 p. 129
7a. Found in the 1949 Lubbock, TX., city directory; Fournier Norma Mrs waitress Pat's Cafe r RD 7 p. 129

9. Found in the 1952 Lubbock, TX., city directory; Fournier Frank (Norma) constn formn h403 43d (p. 137)
9a. Found in the 1952 Lubbock, TX., city directory; Fournier Norma Mrs waiter Pat's Cafe r403 43d (p. 137)

10. 1961; Lived at Denver, Co. at the time of her father's death.

11. MR. AND MRS. HENRY Flake and son, Scott, of Robbinsdale and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Fournier of Minneapolis spent the weekend in Bemidji with Mr. Flake's mother, Mrs. Paul Flake and his sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fournier of Larkspur, Colo., who are visiting here. Jerry Fournier is their son. The group also enjoyed fishing in the Waskish area. (Bemidji Daily Pioneer, May 20, 1968, p. 3)

12. 1970, Oct.; at Aurora, CO.

13. HOUSE GUESTS OF Mr. and Mrs. John Wentworth have been Mrs. Wentworth’s brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fournier and their daughter, Mrs. A. B. (Lorraine) Hawkins of Amarillo, Texas. Mrs. Fournier is the former Norma Flake of Bemidji, and they also visited her mother, Mrs. Paul Flake, at the Beltrami Nursing Home and her sister, Mrs. Lila Stilwell and family, other relatives and friends. They left Tuesday for their homes. (Bemidji Pioneer, Sept. 12, 1973, p. 5)

14. 1991; Lived at Albuquerque, N.M. at the time of her sister's death.

15. Lived at Amarillo, Tx.

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Child Rescued After He Falls Into Pool
A lifeguard rescued 9-year-old Billy Fournier, son of Mr. and Mrs Frank Fournier, after the child stepped from the side of municipal swimming pool into deep water Sunday afternoon. The child was reaching for a peanut box in the water, according to accounts. Artificial respiration was administered at the pool side and oxygen equipment from the fire department later was used. The child then was taken to West Texas hospital. He was dismissed after remaining several hours. (Lubbock Morning Avalanche, June 15, 1943, p. 9)

Norma married 1 Frances "Frank" Earl Fournier in 1929. Frances was born 2 on 3 Jun 1902 in Turtle River, Beltrami Co., MN. He died 3 on 7 Jul 1974 in Amarillo, Potter Co., TX.

1. Son of Cyprien Cyrus Fournier and Mabel Gaudette. (Joan Maribelle)
- Cyprian C. Fournier, a resident of Beltrami county since 1906, was laid to rest in Evergreen cemetery in Northern township. Officiating at the final rites was Rev. James Schreiber of Oak Hills Fellowship. Born in Maine, Mr. Fournier passed away in his eighty-five year. He had been a farm resident of Turtle Lake township for the past 35 years. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Mabel Fournier, one daughter, Mrs. Blanche Wentworth and one son, Frank Fournier, all of Bemidji.

2. Found in the 1905 Minnesota state census, Beltrami Co., Port Hope, Turtle River, dis 37, sheet 2, age 3, with father Cyfherin [sp] Fournier.

3. Found in the 1920 U.S Census Minnesota Beltrami Co., Turtle Lake, dis 74, sheet# 1A, Turtle River Rd., age 17, with parents; Cyprien and Merible, and sister; Blanche

4. Found in the 1930 U.S Census New Jersey, Middlesex Co., Sayerville, district 108, sheet# 13B, Living with father-in-law, Paul Flake (57) and Bessie (46), with Henry (8), Frank, age 27, with wife Norma (17)

5. Found in the 1940 Bemidji, MN., city directory; Fournier Frank E F (Norma J) patrolman Police Hdqtrs h808 12th (p. 66)

6. Found in the 1940 U.S Census Minnesota, Beltrami Co., Bemidji, wd-3, (2 Apr 1940) ED 4-5A, sheet 1A, 808 12th St., owns $1000, age 37, ed 8, (1935; South River, Middlesex, NJ), with wife Norma J. (27), and children; Janette N. (9), Lorraine M. (8), Earl M. (6) and Gerald F. (5)

7. 1942: WWII Draft Registration Card: Frank Earl Fournier, ser.# 332, residence: 808 12th St., Bemidji, Beltrami, Minn., mailing address: same, age: 39, POB: Turtle River, Minn., DOB: 3 June 1902, name and address of person who will always know your address: Mrs. Frank Fournier, 808 12th St., Bemidji, Minn., Employer: City of Bemidji, Place of employment: City Hall, Bemidji, Beltrami, Minn., race: white, height: 5' 10 1/2", weight: 145, eyes: Blue, hair: Brown, signed at Local Board No. 1, Bemidji, Beltrami Co., Minnesota, 14 Feb 1942

8. Found in the 1942 Bemidji, MN., city directory; Fournier Frank E F (Norma J) police h808 W 12th p. 63

9. Found in the 1945 Lubbock, TX., city directory; Fournier Frank E (Norma J) shop formn Dikinson Motor Co h2303 15th, his mother Mabel is with them (p. 137)

10. Found in the 1947 Lubbock, TX., city directory; Fournier Frank E (Norma J) formn Dickinson Motor Co r RD 6 (p. 182)

11. Found in the 1949 Lubbock, TX., city directory; Fournier Frank E (Norma J) body shop wkr Dickinson Mtr r RD 7 p. 129

12. Found in the 1952 Lubbock, TX., city directory; Fournier Frank (Norma) constn formn h403 43d (p. 137)
11a. Found in the 1952 Lubbock, TX., city directory; Fournier Norma Mrs waiter Pat's Cafe r403 43d (p. 137)

13. 1955: He was at Rte 3, Box 303, Denver, CO. Sept. 1955.

14. 1970, Oct.; found mention of at Aurora, Stanislaus Co., CA.

15. Frank Fournier
Funeral services were to be conducted at 2 p.m. today at Resthaven Cemetery in Lubbock for Frank Fournier west of Amarillo. Blackburn-Shaw Funeral Directors. Mr. Fournier, 72, died Sunday morning in High Plains Baptist Hospital. He was born in Turtle River Minn., and had been a resident of Amarillo for four years. He previously lived in Lubbock. Mr. Fournier was a retired civil service employee of the Colorado International Guard where he was a construction worker. Surviving are his wife, Norma; three daughters, Mrs. Dianna R. McMullen of Albuquerque, Mrs. Janette Leonard of Nashobia, N.H., Mrs. Loraine Hawkins of 3605 Terrace; a son Gerald of Denver; a sister, Mrs. Blanche Wentworth of Bemidji, Minn., nine grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. (Amarillo Globe-Times, July 8, 1974, p. 2)

16. Obit: Frank Fournier
Frank Fournier, 72, former Bemidji resident, died at Amarillo, Texas, Sunday. He was born at Turtle River, rural Bemidji, June 3, 1902, the son of Cyprien and Mabel Fournier. His marriage to Norma Flake of Bemidji took place in 1929. Mr. Fournier was a member of the Bemidji police force for several years and was employed later by Cyril Dickinson of Bemidji and accompanied him to Lubbock, Texas to work and later to Denver, Colo. Following his retirement he and his wife moved to Amarillo.
Surviving besides his wife are three daughters, Jeannette, Loraine and Diane; and a sister, Mrs. John (Blanche) Wentworth, Bemidji, a son, Jerry. He was predeceased by a son, Earl, and a daughter, Joanne. Funeral services were held in Amarillo with interment at Lubbock, Texas. (The Pioneer, July 10, 1974, p. 2)

They had the following children:

+ 794 F i Norma Janette Fournier
+ 795 F ii Lorraine Marie Fournier
  796 M iii Earl "Buddy" Maurice Fournier was born on 27 Apr 1933 in New Jersey. He died 1 on 11 Sep 1955 in Borden Co., TX.

1. Found in the 1940 U.S census Minnesota, Beltrami Co., Bemidji, wd-3, (2 Apr 1940) ED 4-5A, sheet 1A, 808 12th St., age 6, ed 0, (1935; South River, Middlesex, NJ), with parents; Frances E. (37) and Norma J. (27), and siblings; Janette N. (9), Lorraine M. (8) and Gerald F. (5)

2. Muster Roll of Officers and Enlisted Men of the U.S. Marine Corps,Ninth Recruit Battalion, Recruit Depot, Marine Corps Base, San Diego, California, 1 July - 31 July 1943;
Fournier, Earl M., enlisted; 26 Jun 43, 26Jun43, enl DHIRS, Milwaukee, Wis; 29Jun43, jdby S/RS fr CRD; 29Jun43 to 5Jul43, fur; 6, jd in person

3. Muster Roll of Officers and Enlisted Men of the U.S. Marine Corps, Aviation Training Squadron One-Thirty-One, MCAD, Miramar, San Diego 45, California, 1 Oct - 31 Oct 1943;
Fournier, Earl M., enlisted; 26 Jun 43, See footnote "D" & "O"

4. Muster Roll of Officers and Enlisted Men of the U.S. Marine Corps, VMF(N)-544, MAG 53, 9MAW, FMF, USMCAS, Cherry Point, North Carolina, 1 Oct - 31 Oct 1944;
Fournier, Earl M., 911, 1-31, Airplane armorer

5. Muster Roll of Officers and Enlisted Men of the U.S. Marine Corps, Service Squadron Thirteen Marine Aircraft Group Thirteen, Fourth Marine Aircraft Wing, C/O Fleet Post Office, San Francisco, California, 1 July - 31 July 1945;
Corporals:
Fournier, Earl M., 911

6. Muster Roll of Officers and Enlisted Men of the U.S. Marine Corps, 4th Casual Company, HQ BN, Recruit Depot, Marine Corps Base, San Diego, California, 1 Oct - 31 Oct 1945;
Fournier, Earl M., 2, footnote H

7. Muster Roll of Officers and Enlisted Men of the U.S. Marine Corps, 4th Casual Company, Headquarters Squadron, Marine Air Warning Group Two, Marine Air, West Coast, Marine Corps Air Station, Miramar, San Diego 45, California, 1 April - 30 April 1946;
Transferred:
SERGEANTS:
Fournier, Earl, 861025, 911, 1-25, Construction and Maintenance; see footnote "B"

8. Muster Roll of Officers and Enlisted Men of the U.S. Marine Corps, Headquarters Squadron, Aircraft, Fleet Marine Force, Western Pacific, 1 April - 30 April 1948;
Staff Sergeants:
Fournier, Earl M., 911 NOCinC Ord.

9. Muster Roll of Officers and Enlisted Men of the U.S. Marine Corps, VMF-222, MAG-14, 2dMAW, FMF, MCAS, Cherry Point, NC, 1 Oct - 30 Oct 1949;
Staff Sergeants:
Fournier, Earl M., Spec No., 6511

10. Muster Roll of Officers and Enlisted Men of the U.S. Marine Corps,
Unit Diary: 11 Oct 50, No. 145-50, VMF-(N)-114, MAG-24, 2dMAW, FMF, MCAS, Cherry Point, NC;
Fournier, Earl M., Ser. No.; 861023, Rank; SSgt, MOS; 6411, Component; MC

11. Muster Roll of Officers and Enlisted Men of the U.S. Marine Corps,
Unit Diary: 29 July 51, No. 135-51, VMF-(N)-114, MAG-24, 2dMAW, FMF, MCAS, Cherry Point, NC;
Fournier, Earl M., Ser. No.; 861023, Rank; TSgt, MOS; 6519, Component; MC

12. Muster Roll of Officers and Enlisted Men of the U.S. Marine Corps,
Unit Diary: 30 July 52, No. 38-52, VMA-331, MAG-31, 3dMAW, Miami, Fla;
Fournier, Earl M., (IRC NOT ATT) Ser. No.; 861023, Rank; TSgt, MOS; 6519, Component; MC
Jdfr Hq MarCorpsScols Quant Va for d 29Jul52 Auth Hq MarCorpsScols Quant Va SO 200-52 dtd 26Jun52 Pro 1-4Jul52 Trav 5-8Jul52 Del 9-28Jul52

13. Found in the 1952 Lubbock, TX., city directory; Fournier Buddy delmn Tate Poultry & Egg r403 43d (p. 137)

14. Muster Roll of Officers and Enlisted Men of the U.S. Marine Corps,
Unit Diary: 30 July 53, No. 147-53, VMA-331, MAG-31, 3dMAW, NCAS, Miami, Fla;
Fournier, Earl M., Ser. No.; 861023, Rank; MSgt, MOS; 6519, Component; MC

15. Muster Roll of Officers and Enlisted Men of the U.S. Marine Corps,
Unit Diary: 10 Oct 54, No. 180-54, VMF-224 MAG-11, FPO, San Francisco, California, Location: NAS, Atougi, Japan;
Fournier, Earl M., Ser. No.; 861023, Rank; MSgt, MOS; 6519, Component; 1

16. Lake Victim To Lubbock
SNYDER, Sept. 10. (RNS)-The body of Earl Fournier, 22, of Lubbock, who drowned about 6:30 p.m. Sunday in Lake J. B. Thomas southwest of Snyder, was taken to Rix Funeral Home in Lubbock Monday morning. Arrangements are pending there. Fournier and another youth, Bobby Jarvin, 18, also of Lubbock were at the lake together, with Jarvis in the boat and Fournier on shore. Jarvis said the boat's motor died, and he started swimming to shore, towing the boat. Fournier saw him coming, dived into the water, and swam toward Jarvis, apparently Planning to aid him. Fournier failed to reach Jarvis and went down about 330 feet from shore. (The Abilene Reporter, Sep. 12, 1955, p. 24)

17. Funeral arrangements were pending at Rix Funeral Home this morning for Earl Francis "Buddy" Fournier, 22, Lubbock Rt. 6, who drowned about 6:30 p.m. Sunday at Lake J. B. Thomas, 20 miles southwest of Snyder. The body was transferred to Lubbock from Bell Funeral Home in Snyder. Fournier, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Fournier of Denver, Colo., former Lubbock residents, became the lake's fifth victim since it opened about one year ago. The body was recovered at 9:32 p.m. after an estimated 200 people and 25 boats combed the bottom of the west end of the lake with grappling hooks.
Were Repairing Boat
A friend, Bobby Jarvis, 18, also of Rt. 6 Lubbock, told officers that he and Fournier left their homes about noon Sunday to the lake where they planned to complete a minor repair job on a 26-foot cabin cruiser owned by Firman Williamson of Lubbock. Jarvis, alone in the boat near an inlet on the northwest side of the lake, had engine trouble and was attempting to swim and push the craft into the inlet when the accident happened. Jarvis told Snyder Justice of the Peace W. C. Davidson at an inquest Sunday that Fournier jumped into the water and attempted to swim about 100 yards to the boat to assist in bringing it into the inlet.
Screamed For Help
However, part way to the boat, Fournier screamed for help. Jarvis went to his aid but was pulled under several times while attempting to hold Fournier's head out of the water. Lem Gresham, who operates a bait house near the scene of the accident, saw the two youths struggling in the water and rowed out to them but when he arrived Fournier had disappeared. Another man identified as James H. Bryant, Lubbock, also witnessed the accident, officers said. Handicapped by a broken arm, Bryant was unable to swim out to help.
Officers Reach Scene
Shortly after the Snyder Police Department received a call at 6:30 p.m. recovery equipment from the Snyder fire department plus highway patrolmen and officers from other counties arrived at the lake. Sheriff Homer Whisnand, who directed recovery operations, said that more than 200 persons and about 25 boats were searching for Fournier's body before it was found three hours after the accident. While at the lake, Jarvis and Fournier visited at a cabin owned by Bryant and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Williamson, Lubbock. A resident of Lubbock about 10 years, Fournier attended Lubbock High School. He entered the Army in 1953 and served in Korea. Since he was discharged from the service in April, he has been associated with Tate Poultry and Egg Co. as a salesman. Fournier resided near 78th St. and Oak Ave. with Mr. and Mrs. George Tate, owners of the firm where he is employed.
Services Are Pending
Survivors in addition to the parents are three sisters, Mrs. Bill Leonard, Fairbanks, Alaska; Mrs. Lorraine Brenegan and Miss Diana Fournier, both of Denver; and a brother, Gerald, Denver. (Lubbock Evening Journal, Sept. 12, 1955))

18. Last Rites Held for Victim of Drowning
Funeral services for Earl Maurice Fournier, 22, Lubbock Rt. 6, who drowned Sunday in Lake J. B. Thomas, near Snyder, were to be held at 2 p.m. today in the Vandelia Village Church of Christ 2002 60th St. Bob Hoover, minister of the church, was to officiate at the services. Burial was to be in Tech Memorial Park under the direction of Rix Funeral Home. Fournier was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Fournier, former Lubbock residents, now of Denver. Besides his parents he is survived by a brother, Gerald, Denver; three sisters, Mrs. W. M. Leonard, Fairbanks, Ala.; Mrs. Lorain Brenegan, Clovis, N.M.; and Miss Diana Fournier, Denver; his paternal grandmother, Mrs. Mabel Fournier, and his maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Flake, all of Bemidji, Minn. Pallbearers were to be David Enger, Marvin Cloud, Sammy Tate, Willard Peacock, Harold Deering and Earl West. (Lubbock Evening Journal, Sept. 13, 1955, p. 7)


Notes:
1. Earl M. Fournier
Birth: Apr. 27, 1933
Death: Sep. 11, 1955
Inscription: Texas Cpl US ARMY KOREA CR
Burial: Resthaven Memorial Park, Lubbock, Lubbock Co., TX

2. Worked for Tate Poultry & Egg Co.

3. Military service # 54-104-404
  797 M iv Gerald "Jerry" Francis Fournier was born on 25 May 1934 in Middlesex Co., NJ. He died on 13 Jul 2018 in Arvada, Jefferson Co., CO.

1. Found in the 1940 U.S Census Minnesota, Beltrami Co., Bemidji, wd-3, (2 Apr 1940) ED 4-5A, sheet 1A, 808 12th St., age 5, ed 0, (1935; South River, Middlesex, NJ), with parents; Frances E. (37) and Norma J. (27), and siblings; Janette N. (9), Lorraine M. (8) and Earl M. (6)

2. Found in the 1961 Denver, CO city directory; Fournier, Gerald F emp State Div of Acc Control r RD 3 Box 303 (p. 429)

3. Marie Lauersen
The Rev. and Mrs. Floyd E. Lauersen, 4326 Longfellow Av announce the engagement of their daughter, Marie Claire, to Gerald Francis Fournier, son of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Fournier, Denver, Colo. A Sept. 4 wedding is planned. Miss Lauersen graduated from Gustavus Adolphus College and received her M.S. degree from the University of Colorado. She is teaching in the St. Luke's Hospital School of Nursing, Denver, Colo. Mr. Fournier graduated from Ottawa University and received his masters or public administration from the University of Denver. He is an institutional staff assistant at Fort Logan Mental Health Center, Denver, Colo. (Star Tribune, June 20, 1965, p. 96)

4. (photo) MRS. FOURNIER (Marie Lauersen)
Marie lauersen, Gerald Fournier Wed in Denver
Marie Claire Lauersen and Gerald Francis Fournier were married Saturday at Augustana Lutheran Church, Denver. Colo. A reception at the church followed the ceremony. Attendants were Mrs. Charles Peterson, Mrs. Richard Jacobson. Mrs. Donald Monson, Leroy Broch, Calvin Ferguson and Paul Lewan. The bride is the daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. Floyd E. Lauersen, 4326 Longfellow Av., Minneapolis. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Fournier, Aurora, Colo. After Sept. 13 and a honeymoon trip to Jackson Lake and Yellowstone Park, Wyo., the couple will be at home at Fort Logan, Colo. The bride graduated from Gustavus Adolphus College in nursing and the University of Colorado with an M.A. and is a member of Tau Mu Tau. She is employed by St. Lukes Hospital, Denver, Colo. The groom graduated from Ottawa University, Ottawa, Kan., and the University of Denver with an M.A. He is a member of Pi Kappa Delta, Alpha Psi Omega and Pi Kappa Delta. He is employed by the Fort Logan Mental Health Center. (Star Tribune, Sept. 5, 1965, p. 42)

5. MR. AND MRS. HENRY Flake and son, Scott, of Robbinsdale and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Fournier of Minneapolis spent the weekend in Bemidji with Mr. Flake's mother, Mrs. Paul Flake and his sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fournier of Larkspur, Colo., who are visiting here. Jerry Fournier is their son. The group also enjoyed fishing in the Waskish area. (Bemidji Daily Pioneer, May 20, 1968, p. 3)

6. Found in the 1971 Denver, CO city directory; Fournier, Gerald F (Marie C) emp Regional Health Services h1840 S Holly St (p. 370)

7. Found in the 1979 Denver, CO city directory; Fournier, Gerald F & Marie C; health care admin Colo State Dept Of Social Work h6631 E Colfax Av (ARV) (p. 296)

8. Gerald Francis Fournier, May 25, 1934 July 13, 2018, Memorial gifts may be made to Trinity Presbyterian Church, 7755 Vance Drive, Arvada CO 80003, and to the Alzheimer's Association or charities of your choice. 303.234.0911 All Veterans Sign Guestbook For Families at: Funeral & Cremation AllVeterans.com (Denver Post, The (CO), July 23, 2018)
        Gerald married Living.
  798 F v Joanne Margaret Fournier was born 1 on 28 Aug 1936 in {Bemidji}, Beltrami Co., MN. She died 2 on 12 Nov 1936 in Bemidji, Beltrami Co., MN.

1. NOT - Found in the 1940 U.S census Minnesota, Beltrami Co., Bemidji, wd-3, (2 Apr 1940) ED 4-5A, sheet 1A, 808 12th St., age 8, ed 3, (1935; South River, Middlesex, NJ), with parents; Frances E. (37) and Norma J. (27), and siblings; Janette N. (9), Lorraine M. (8), Earl M. (6) and Gerald F. (5)

2. Death: The funeral of Joanna M. Fournier, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fournier, 808 Twelfth Street, who died Thursday at the Lutheran hospital, was held Saturday at the home.
  799 F vi Living
        Living married Living.

377. William "Bill" Henry Flake (Elizabeth "Bessie" Henry , William Birchmore Henry , Elizabeth {Rebecca} Sutton , Daniel , Philpot John ) was born 1 on 29 Apr 1922 in Bemidji, Beltrami Co., MN. He died on 11 Jul 2013 in New Hope, Hennepin Co., MN.

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

2. Found in the 1940 U.S Census Minnesota, Beltrami Co., Bemidji, wd-3 (17 Apr '40) ED 4-5B, sheet 14A, 1209 Norton Av., age 17, ed; H-2, POB: Minn., with parents Paul F. (66) (owns $800) and Bessie (55)

3. 194?: WWII Draft Registration Card: William Henry Flake, ser.# 48, residence: 1209 Norton Ave Bemidji, Beltrami, Minn., mailing address: same, age: 20, POB: Bemidji, Minnesota, DOB: 29 April 1922, name and address of person who will always know your address: Paul Flake 1209 Norton Ave Bemidji, Employer: J.C. Penny Co., Bemidji, Minn., Place of employment: 413 Beltrami Ave, Bemidji, Beltrami, Minn., race: white, height: 5' 11", weight: 160, eyes: Gray, hair: Black, wears glasses, signed at Local Board No. 1, Bemidji, Beltrami Co., Minnesota, [no date on card]

4. Found in the 1942 Bemidji, MN city directory; Flake Henry W slsmn J C Penney Co r1209 Norton av p. 62

5. Found in the 1946 Bemidji, MN city directory; Flake Henry W (Marion) slsmn Penneys h1109 12th p. 53

6. 1961, Lived at Robbinsdale, Hennepin Co., MN at the time of his father's death.

7. MR. AND MRS. HENRY Flake and son, Scott, of Robbinsdale and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Fournier of Minneapolis spent the weekend in Bemidji with Mr. Flake's mother, Mrs. Paul Flake and his sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fournier of Larkspur, Colo., who are visiting here. Jerry Fournier is their son. The group also enjoyed fishing in the Waskish area. (Bemidji Daily Pioneer, May 20, 1968, p. 3)

8. 1981, Lived at Robbinsdale, Hennepin Co., MN at the time of his mother's death.

9. 2005, Lived at Robbinsdale, Hennepin Co., MN at the time of his wife's death.

10. Obit: Flake, William Henry "Bill" Born 4/29/1922 in Bemidji, MN, passed away 7/11/1023 in New Hope, MN. Survived by daughter, Carol (Jim) Hallan of Warroad, MN; son, Scott (Karen) Flake of Brooklyn Center, MN; grandchildren: Jane, Zachary and Joseph; great-grandson, Halden. Memorial service Wednesday, July 17, 2013 at 2 pm at Cornerstone Church, 3420 Nevada Ave. N., Crystal, MN 55427. Visitation will be one hour before the service at the church.

William married Marion June Cook in 1943. Marion was born 1 on 27 Jun 1923 in Ellendale, Dickey Co., ND. She died on 17 Jun 2005 in Robbinsdale, Hennepin Co., MN.

1. Daughter of Lyle Elmont Cook and Rose Harriet Ripley.
- Cook Lisle E., age 87. formerly of 3247 Indiana Av. N. on Tues. Survived by dauahter, Mrs. William (Marion) Flake, Robbinsdale. Son. Rev. Wayne E. Cook, Oberlin, Kans. 5 grandchildren. 8 great-grandchildren. Sister, Mrs. Flossie Coones, Ellendale, ND. 2 brothers, Raymond A Gerald, both of Calif. Scv Fri., 11 am. at Welander-Quist (North Chapel), 1200 W. Broadway. Private interment Crystal lake Cemetery. Memorials preferred to Oak Hills fellowship, Bemidji, Mn. Friends may call beginning 4 p.m. Thurs. (Dec 1973)

2. Found in the 1930 U.S Census Minnesota, Beltrami, Liberty, age 6, with parents; Lyle E. (43) and Rose H. (38) and brother Wayne E. (14)

3. Found in the 1940 U.S Census Minnesota, Beltrami Co., Bemidji, wd-3 (16 Apr '40) ED 4-5B, sheet 12B, 929 1st St., age 16, POB: North Dakota, ed H-2, with parents; Lyle E. (53)(rents $12) and Rose H. (48)

4. Found in the 1942 Bemidji, MN. city directory; Cook Marion clk r929 W 12th p. 49
(with Lyle and Rose Cook)

5. Found in the 1946 Bemidji, MN. city directory; Flake Henry W (Marion) slsmn Penneys h1109 12th p. 53

6. Obit: Marion J. Flake
Flake Marion J., age 81 of Robbinsdale. Survived by husband of 62 years, William "Bill"; children, Carol Hallan (James), Scott (Karen); grandchildren, Janie Briggs (Chad), Zach and Joe. In lieu of flowers, memorials preferred to the American Diabetes Assoc. Memorial service 10 AM Wednesday at Olivet Baptist Church, 3415 Louisiana Ave N, Mpls. Washburn-McReavy Robbinsdale Chapel (Star Tribune 6/19/2005).

They had the following children:

+ 800 F i Living
+ 801 M ii Living

378. Harry Edward Downhour (Stella Effa Dean , Rosa Orpha Henry , Elizabeth {Rebecca} Sutton , Daniel , Philpot John ) was born 1 on 24 Sep 1897 in Morristown, Rice Co., MN. He died 2 on 8 Aug 1978 in Shreveport, Caddo Parish, LA.

1. Found in the 1900 U.S Census Minnesota, Rice Co., Morristown, district 154, sheet 11A, age 2

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 12

4. U.S. Marine Corps Muster Rolls;
Downhour, Harry, enlisted 13 May 1918, 18th Co: FH#1 jd fr comd 10/4/18 GSW R shoulder, tr to EH#3 10/4/18, EH#3 jd fr DS 10/5/18, EH#202 jd fr EH#3 10/6/18, BH#202 11/9/18 to Le Mans.

5. U.S. Marine Corps Muster Rolls; 1 May 1918 to 31 May 1918; Company "D" Marine Barracks, Paris Island, SC; Privates:
Downhour, Harry, enlisted 13 May 1918

6. U.S. Marine Corps Muster Rolls; 1 July 1918 to 31 July 1918; CO "C" 4 Sepbn Mb, Quantico, Virginia; Privates:
Downhour, Harry, enlisted 13 May 1918, 3, jd fr Co E Paris Is.S.C. 3 to 31 ED Messman, 11,MM Badge tar year 1918 Dely.

7. U.S. Marine Corps Muster Rolls; 1 Aug 1918 to 31 Aug 1918; Attached To CO "C" 4th Separate Battalion, 1st Casual Regiment; Privates:
Downhour, Harry, enlisted 13 May 1918, 4605400 ED Messman,

8. U.S. Marine Corps Muster Rolls; 1 Sept 1918 to 30 Sept 1918; Supplemental Roll ''E'' Company, 2nd Battalion, 5th Regiment, Marines; Privates:
Downhour, Harry, enlisted 13 May 1918,

9. U.S. Marine Corps Muster Rolls; 1 Dec 1918 to 31 Dec 1918; ''E'' Company, 2nd Battalion, 5th Regiment, Usmc; Privates:
Downhour, 4605400 Harry E, enlisted 13 May 1918, SRs received Dec 1st, 1918

10. U.S. Marine Corps Muster Rolls; 1 Aug 1919 to 31 Aug 1919; ''E'' Company, 5th Regiment, Usmc; Privates:
Downhour, 4605400 Harry E, enlisted 13 May 1918

11. Found in the 1920 U.S Census Minnesota, Rice Co., Morristown, district 124, sheet 11A, age 22

12. 1921: witness at the marriage of his sister Dorohty Downhour and Leland Deney, 31 May 1921 at Faribault, Rice Co., MN.

13. Found in the 1926 Shreveport, LA. city directory; Downhour, Harry (Maud) florist D E Ruch rms 3330 Mansfield rd (p. 307)

14. Found in the 1930 U.S Census Louisiana, Caddo Parish, Shreveport, district 50, sheet 2A, age 32, rents home $15, and wife Maudie (28) and children, Willie L. (3 4/12), Rudolph (2 4/12) and Evelyn A. (7/12)

15. Found in the 1936 Shreveport City directory; Downhour Harry E (Maud) lab Gulf Refg Co r Mansfield rd (p. 154, Brueggerhoff's Shreveport (Caddo Parish, La) City Directory, 1936)

16. Found in the 1938 Shreveport City directory; Downhour Harry E (Maudie) lab Gulf Refg Co r Mansfield rd (p. 154, Brueggerhoff's Shreveport (Caddo Parish, La) City Directory, 1938)

17. Found in the 1940 U.S Census Louisiana, Caddo Parish, wd-7 (9 Apr '40) ED 9-95, sheet 8A, Kingston Rd., rents $6, age 40, ed; H-1, POB: Minn., with wife Maude (38) and children; Willie (13) Rudolph (12) Evelyn (10) and Eva (1)
Residence in 1935; Shreveport, Caddo Parish, LA.

18. 1942: 15 Feb: WWII draft card: serial # 964, order # 10524; Harry Edward Downhour, b. Residence: Forbing, Caddo, LA., mailing address: Box 414 Cedar Grove Sta. Shreveport, LA., Employer: T.L. Wither Dist Employ Office, Place; Barksdale Field, Shreveport, LA., white, 5'9" 150lbs., blue eyes, black hair.

19. Found in the 1944 Orange, TX. city directory; Downhour, Harry E (Maudie; 4) emp Cons Steel h rear 629 Pillsbury ct (p. 153)

20. Found in the 1948-49 Shreveport, LA. city directory; Downhour Harry E (Maudie E) pntr r3205 Frederick (p. 184, Brueggerhoff's Shreveport (Caddo Parish, La) City Directory, 1948-49)

21. Anniversary Celebrated
Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Downhour were honored on ( their 50th wedding anniversary with a party given Oct. 18 in Calvary Baptist Church by their daughters, Evelyn Roberson and Mrs. Charles W. Permenter. Yellow and gold chrysanthemums were used on the tabte. A yellow orchid was presented to Mrs. Downhour. Mr. and Mrs. Downhour were married Oct. 10, 1925 in Winnfield. (The Times, Oct. 22, 1975, p. 22)

22. Obit: Services for Harry Edwards Downhour, 80, of 1800 Live Oak Dr. will be at 11:30 a.m. today in RoseNeath Funeral Home Southside Chapel. Burial will be in Centuries Memorial Park Shreveport La. Mr. Downhour died at 12:55 a.m. Tuesday in the Veterans Administration Hospital. A native of Morristown, Minn., Mr. Downhour had lived in Shreveport since 1925. He was employed as a house painter by Sam Petterson Contracting co., and was a member of the Painters Local and Calvary Baptist Church. Survivors include his wife, Maudie Downhour; two daughters, Evelyn Roberson of Shreveport and Eva J. Permenter of Keithville; four sisters Dorothy Brazzeal and Pearl May, both of Tacoma, Wash., Lucille Rand of Excelsior, Minn., and Miss Glenn Downhour of Tacoma; a brother, Forrest Downhour of Morristown, Minn., eight grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. Pallbearers will be Luther Brasher, J. W. Bruce, E. J. Dillman, W. T. Underwood, Alvin Watts and W. T. Pirtle. (The Shreveport Journal, Aug. 9, 1978, p. 8)


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.

Harry married Maudie Etholene Kyson about 1925. Maudie was born 1 on 5 Jul 1901 in Winnfield, Winn Parish, LA. She died 2 on 8 Dec 1989 in Shreveport, Caddo Parish Co., LA.

1. Daughter of Joseph E. Kyson and Martha "Artie" Smith.
- Funeral services for Joseph Kyson, 83, well known retired farmer and woodsman, who died at local hospital at 2 a.m. Feb. 24, were held at the Corinth Cemetery tabernacle Saturday at 2 p.m., with the Rev. Louis B. Williams, Rev. Lisenbea, and Rev. Jack Melders officiating. Burial was in the Corinth Cemetery with the Masonic order in charge. Acting as pallbearers were grandsons, O. L. Wilder, Troy Kyson, Jr., Gene Kyson, and Doyle Kyson. The deceased was a member of the Corinth Baptist Church and of the Masonic Order. He was a native of Jackson Parish, but had lived most of his life in the Jordan Hill and Zion Communities. Surviving are four sons, Troy Kyson, Winnfield; Wade of Georgetown; Jack of Shreveport; and Roy of Jordan Hill; two daughters, Mrs. Jeff Wilder of Jordan Hill, and Mrs. Harry Downhour of Shreveport; 15 grandchildren; 7 great grandchildren and one sister, Mrs. Eva Gray of Torrance, Calif. (Mar 1956)

2. Found in the 1910 U.S Census Louisiana, Winn Parish., Ward 9, district 6, sheet 1B, age 8

3. Found in the 1920 U.S Census Louisiana, Winn Parish., Ward 9, district 114, sheet 3B, age 17, at home with parents.

4. Found in the 1926 Shreveport, LA. city directory; Downhour, Harry (Maud) florist D E Ruch rms 3330 Mansfield rd (p. 307)

5. Found in the 1930 U.S Census Louisiana, Caddo Parish, Shreveport, district 50, sheet 2A, age 28, and husband Harry E. (32) rents home $15, and children, Willie L. (3 4/12), Rudolph (2 4/12) and Evelyn A. (7/12)

6. Found in the 1938 Shreveport, LA. city directory; Downhour Harry E (Maudie) lab Gulf Refg Co r Mansfield rd (p. 154, Brueggerhoff's Shreveport (Caddo Parish, La) City Directory, 1938)

7. Found in the 1940 U.S Census Louisiana, Caddo Parish, wd-7 (9 Apr '40) ED 9-95, sheet 8A, Kingston Rd., rents $6, age 38, ed; 7, POB: Louisiana, with husband Harry (40) and children; Willie (13) Rudolph (12) Evelyn (10) and Eva (1)
Residence in 1935; Shreveport, Caddo Parish, LA.

8. Found in the 1948-49 Shreveport, LA. city directory; Downhour Harry E (Maudie E) pntr r3205 Frederick (p. 184, Brueggerhoff's Shreveport (Caddo Parish, La) City Directory, 1948-49)

9. 1956, Mar; Mrs. Harry Downhour from Shreveport, is mentioned in her fatther'sobituary, Joe Kyson.

10. 1967, Dec; Mrs. Harry Downhour from Shreveport, is mentioned in her brother'sobituary, Joe Kyson.

11. 1967, Dec; Mrs. Harry Downhour from Shreveport, is mentioned in her sister's obituary, Nettie Wilder.

12. 1972, March; Maudie Downhour from Shreveport, is mentioned in her brother'sobituary, Roy M. Kyson.

13. Obit: Services for Maudie E. Kyson Downhour, 88, will be held at 1 p.m., Monday, December 11, 1989 at the RoseNeath's Southside Chapel. Officiating will be Rev. Howard Greer, Associate Pastor of Calvary Baptist Church assisting will be Price Harris Minister of music Calvary Baptist Church. Burial will be in Centuries Memorial. Mrs. Downhour died Friday, December 8, 1989 at Schumpert Hospital at 11:05 p.m. In Shreveport after a lenghty illness. She was born in Winnfield, La. and a resident of Shreveport most of her life where she was a homemaker. Mrs. Downhour was a member of Calvary Baptist Church and the Pinecraft Homemakers Club. She is survived by two daughters, Dolly Permenter and husband Charles of Keithville, La. and Evelyn Roberson of Keithville, La.; eight grandchildren; 15 great-granchildren; several other nieces and nephews. Pallbearers will be Gene Kyson, Carl Newbury, Jon Hensel, Rolland Downhour, Bennie Walden.

They had the following children:

+ 802 M i Willie Lee Downhour
+ 803 M ii Rudolph Edward Downhour
+ 804 F iii Evelyn Ann Downhour
+ 805 F iv Living

380. Dorothy Mae Downhour (Stella Effa Dean , Rosa Orpha Henry , Elizabeth {Rebecca} Sutton , Daniel , Philpot John ) was born 1 on 27 Apr 1901 in Morristown, Rice Co., MN. She died 2 on 10 Nov 1986 in Tacoma, Pierce Co., WA.

1. 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.

2. Found in the 1910 U.S Census Minnesota, Rice Co., Morristown, district 121, sheet 4B, age 9

3. Found in the 1920 U.S Census Minnesota, Rice Co., Morristown, district 124, sheet 11B, age 19

4. Found in the 1930 U.S Census Oregon, Yamhill Co., Sheridan precinct 31, district 45, sheet 1A, Main street, rents, age 28, marr 20, with husband Leland A. (32), and children; Harold L. (7) and Gerald R. (5), and Roomers; John and Silas Moon.

5. Found in the 1947 Tacoma, WA. city directory; Deney, Dorothy M wtr h 1214 N 4th (p. 249)

6. Found in the 1954 Tacoma, WA. city directory; Brazzil, John W (Dorothy M) driver Tacoma Transit h2401 East 104 (p. 76)

7. Found in the 1960 Tacoma, WA. city directory; Brazzil, John W (Dorothy) driver Tacoma Transit Sys r2104 East 104 (p. 76)

8. Obit: Dorothy M. Brazzil
Dorothy M. Brazzil, died Monday, November 10, 1986. She was born in Morristown, Minnesota, April 27, 1901, living in Oregon for 13 years and Tacoma for 44 years. Survivors include; sons, Harold L. Deney, Randle, Gerald R. Deney, Tacoma; step-daughter, Ethel E. Dobiash [George], Tacoma; sisters, Lucille Rand, Excelsior, Minnesota, Pearl May, Puyallup; four grandchildren, six great-grandchildren, six step-grandchildren; 20 great-step-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband; parents, five brothers and a sister. Arrangements by Mountain View Funeral Home. (Tacoma News Tribune, Nov. 12, 1986, p. C2)

8. Obit: Mrs. Dorothy (Downhour) Brazzil, age 86, of Tacoma, Washington, passed away on Monday, November 10, 1986. She is survived by two sisters, Mrs. Pearl May of Pulyall, Washington and Mrs. Lucille Rand of Excelsior. She was preceded in death by five brothers, Forest Downhour, Harry Downhour, Elmer Downhour, Lawrence Downhour, Werner Downhour and one sister, Mrs. Glenvis Violett, two sons, Gerald Deney and Harold Deney and several grandchildren and great-grandchildren. (Morristown Life, Nov. 27, 1986)

Dorothy married 1 (1) Leland "Lee" Alfred Deney on 31 May 1921 in Faribault, Rice Co., MN. The marriage ended in divorce.Leland was born 2 on 8 Mar 1899 in Morristown, Rice Co., MN. He died 3 on 1 Jun 1967 in Puyallup, Pierce Co., WA.

1. Son of Edgar J. Deney and Hattie Jane Ray. Edgar died 21 Feb. 1913 at the age of 71.
- Morristown
Mr. Edgar Deney passed away at his home in this village at 2:45 p.m. last Friday, February 21, 1913.
- Mr. Deney had been a suffer for most of his life from an injury received when a boy, the pain increasing in his injured limb as he advanced in age, finally causing his death. Edgar Deney was born in Ellisburg, Jefferson County New York in 1841. In 1844 he moved with his parents up the lakes to Chicago. They returned to New York in 1850 and in 1853 they returned up the lakes as far as Superior. They moved back to New York once more before going to Wisconsin, overland in 1861 and in 1863 relocated to Morristown, Minnesota. The deceased has made his home here ever since with the exception of 2 years when he lived in Waterville. On September 28, 1879 he was united in marriage to Hetty Ray of Clinton Falls, Minnesota. To whom there were born nine children, are all living and make their homes here. They are Mrs. Lilly Flatz, Mrs. Edward Goar, Roy S., Robert E., Marshal A., Walter E., Miss Gladys, masters Leland and Daniel. Those from out of town were, D. O. Ray of Eau Claire, Wis.; Mr. and Mrs. Benji Gallea of Owatonna; an aged uncle Bert Gallea of Hortonville, Wis., could not attend on account of poor health. (unk paper, 1913)

2. Leeland Deney lived for a time in Morristown Minnesota where he married Dorothy Mae Downhour and they had two sons. Leeland served in both WW1 and WW2 (Navy SeaBee's - The 38th Naval Construction Battalion). Leeland moved out west to Roseburg Oregon then later moved up into Washington state and lived in Olympia and Puyallup. Leeland and his brothers Roy Sylvestor Deney and Robert Edward Deney moved to Ruston Washington and then Leeland moved to Sheridan, Oregon then on to Roseberg Oregon (where their mother Jennie "Hattie" Deney lived) and then to Tacoma, Olympia and finally Puyallup, Washington.

3. BOOK: Leland Alfred “Lee” Deney. A Rice County native who served the Navy in two World Wars. Lee Deney was born in Morristown to Edgar Deney and his wife, Hattie Jane Ray, on march 9, 1898. Lee married Dorothy Mae Downhour in the 1920s. She was the daughter of Samuel and Stella Downhour of Morristown, MN. They became the parents of 2 sons, Harold Leland and Gerold Raymond. Lee and Dorothy moved their family to the state of Washington. Lee passed away on June 1, 1967, in Puyallup, WA. (Rice County Families. Pub. 1981)

4. Found in the 1899 Morristown, MN. city directory; Edgar (his father), Franklin St.

5. Found in the 1900 U.S Census Minnesota, Rice Co., Morristown, district 154, sheet 2, age 2.

6. Found in the 1903 Morristown, MN. city directory; Edgar (his father), Franklin St. SW corner 3 St.

7. Found in the 1905 Minnesota state census, Rice Co., Morristown, dis 11, sheet 4, age 7, with his parents; Edgar and Hattie J. Deney.

8. Found in the 1910 U.S Census Minnesota, Rice Co., Morristown, district 3, sheet 12B, Main St. age 12.

9. Found in the 1911 Morristown, MN. city directory; Edgar (his father), Main1E of E 1 St.

10. Morristown
Lee Deney has returned from a trip through Wisconsin. He spent a short time visiting Robert Deney at Clam Lake. (The Faribault Journal, Dec. 29, 1915)

11. Morristown
Lee Deney has decided to join the navy and went to Minneapolis Wednesday to take the examination. (The Faribault Journal, Nov. 22, 1916)

12. Morristown
Leo Goar, Walter Dusbabek and Lee Deney went to Minneapolis last week and enlisted. Lee joined the navy and the other two boys went into the army. (The Faribault Journal, July 18, 1917)

13. Morristown
Lee Deney was here a few days last week from Great Lakes Training Station. He will soon leave that station and go on one of the eastern cities to go on one of Uncle Sam's big boats. (The Faribault Journal, Dec. 19, 1917)

14. Found in the 1920 U.S Census Oregon, Tillamook Co., Tillamook, district 891, sheet 4B, age 21, living with his mother and step-father.

15. Found in the 1930 U.S Census Oregon, Yamhill Co., Sheridan precinct 31, district 45, sheet 1A, Main street, rents, age 32, marr 24, with wife Dorothy M. (28), and children; Harold L. (7) and Gerald R. (5), and Roomers; John T. and Silas O. Moon.

16. Found in the 1937 Tacoma, WA. city directory; Deney, Lealand A lab r5008 N Pearl (p. 185)

17. 1942: WWII Draft Registration Card: Lee Alfred Deney, ser.# 1006, residence: 5025 No. Vassault, Tacoma, Pierce, Wash., mailing address: same, age: 43, POB: Morristown, Minn., DOB: 8 March 1898, name and address of person who will always know your address: Mrs. Jane H. Makinster, 5008 No. Pearl, Employer: Tacoma Smelter, Place of employment: Tacoma Smelter, Ruston, Pierce, Wash., race: white, height: 6' 0", weight: 230, eyes: Hazel, hair: Brown, double jointed arms, signed at Local Board No. 1, Tacoma, Pierce Co., Washington, 15 Feb 1942

18. Found in the 1942 Tacoma, WA. city directory; Deney, Leland A fine caster TS h5025 N Vassault (p. 208)

19. Obit: Leeland A. Deney
Saturday afternoon services for Leeland A. Deney, 69, of 213-6th Ave. N. W., Puyallup, were held in Powers Wrigley Clements Funeral Home. Rev. J. Burton Salter officiated, Burial was in Mountain View Cemetery. Deney died Thursday in a hospital. He was born in Morristown, Minn., and had lived in Puyallup for the past four years, coming from Olympia where he operated the Lincoln Apartments. He was a Navy veteran of both World Wars I and II. He was a member of Bruce A. Mercer Post 67, American Legion, Puyallup. He is survived by the wife, Hazel I., of the home; two sons, Harold L., of Puyallup; and Gerald R., of Tacoma; two sisters, Mrs Gladys Hoffmeister, of Waseca, Minn., and Mrs. Patricia Goar, of Faribault, Minn.; and four grandchildren. (Pierce County Herald, June 7, 1967, p. 10)


Notes:
1. Married second; Hazel Irene Crawshaw.
- The graveside funeral service for Mrs. Hazel Irene Deney will be held this Monday afternoon starting at one-thirty in Mountain View Memorial Park, Tacoma. Mrs Deney died Thursday in a Lacey convalescent home. Born in Wabasha County, minnesota, she lived in Olympia 25 years, then moved to Lacey three years ago. She was a graduate of Central Washington State College and was a retired school tacher. She also operated the Lincoln Apartments in Olympia for 25 years. Survivors include two sons, Harold L., Puyallup, and Gerald, Tacoma; four grandchildren. (Aug 1970)
2. Leland and Hazel resided in Olympia, Washington. Leeland ran a Apartment Building there for some years before relocating in Puyallup, Building a small duplex in which son Harold also added a Triplex apartment, sharing the same yard.

They had the following children:

+ 806 M i Harold Leland Deney
+ 807 M ii Gerald "Red" Raymond Deney

Dorothy married 1 (2) John Wesley Brazzil on 27 Feb 1951 in Spanaway, Pierce Co., WA. John was born on 20 Mar 1898 in Fort Worth, Tarrant Co., TX. He died on 19 Feb 1972 in Tacoma, Pierce Co., WA.

1. Son of William Jesse Brazzil and Anna Laura Frisbe (William was from Compton, Fort Worth, TX)

2. Found in the 1900 U.S Census Texas, Tarrant Co., Fort Worth, sheet 3, 500 Royal Av., age 2, DOB: Mar 1898, with parents Wm J. (37) Aug 1862 and Laura (31) Oct 1868, 5 of 6 children, and siblings Willie (girl) (14) Jan 1886, Luann (10) Aug 1889, Ollie (girl) (8) Dec 1891 and Jesse (boy) (5) Mar 1895

3. 1918: WWI Draft Registration Card: ser.# 2745, John Wesley Brazzil, 213 1/2 E. 27, Tacoma, Pierce, Was., age 20, DOB: Mar 25, 1898, occupation; car repairer, Tac St., Car Co., nearest relative; Mrs Laura Evans, (same address), height; medium, build; medium, eyes; gray, hair; brown, signed Sept. 12, 1918 at Local board No. 3, Tacoma, Wash.

4. Found in the 1930 U.S Census Washington, Pierce Co., Tacoma, South D St., sheet 7A, Brazzil, John W. age 32, born TX., rents, with wife Mabel, and daughter Ethel E. and Mary,

5. Found in the 1940 U.S Census Washington, Pierce Co., Tacoma, wd-4 (8 Apr '40) ED 42-37, sheet 6A, 3414 South G St., rents $20, age 42, ed; 6, POB: Texas, with wife Mabel (38) and children Ethel E. (20) and Mary E. (17)

6. 1942: WWII Draft Registration Card: John Wesley Brazzil, ser.# 78, residence: 5921 So. J. Tacoma, Pierce, WA., mailing address: same, age: 44, POB: Garland, Fort Worth, Texas., DOB: 20 Mar 1898, name and address of person who will always know your address: Tacoma Transit Co., WA. Employer: Tacoma Transit Co., Place of employment: 1306 Ast. Tacoma, Pierce, Wash., race: white, height: 5'8", weight: 160, eyes: Gray, hair: Brown, signed at Local Board #3, South Tacoma, Washington, 16 Feb 1942

7. 1951: Divorce from first wife, Mabel, Feb. 9, 1951, at Pierce Co., WA.

8. Found in the 1954 Tacoma, WA. city directory; Brazzil, John W (Dorothy M) driver Tacoma Transit h2401 East 104 (p. 76)

9. Found in the 1960 Tacoma, WA. city directory; Brazzil, John W (Dorothy) driver Tacoma Transit Sys r2104 East 104 (p. 76)

10. Death Notice: Word has been received of the recent death of James Brazil of Tacoma, Wash. He was the husband of the former Dorothy Downhour of Morristown. (Faribault Daily News, 1972)

11. Obit:John Brazzil
John Wesley Brazzil, 73, of 6522 Pacific Ave., died Saturday. He was born in Fort Worth, Texas and came to Tacoma 57 years ago. He was a bus driver for the Tacoma Transit from 1918 until he retired in 1963. Mr Brazzil was a veteran of the Marine Corps serving in World War I. Survivors include his wife Dorothy; two daughters Mrs. George (Ethel) Dobiash of Tacoma and Meri Brazzil of San Francisco; two stepsons Gerald and Harold Deney, both of Tacoma; a sister Mrs. Billie Beto of Tacoma; seven grandchildren; and six greatgrandchildren. Services will be anounced by Mountain View Funeral Home. (Tacoma News Tribune, Feb. 21, 1972, p. A23)

12. Death Notice: Brazzil
Services for John W. Brazzil will be held at 11 a.m. Wednesday in the Mountain View Garden Chapel. The Rev. Ernest E. Durham officiating. Burial in Mountain View Memorial Park. Pallbearers by Tacoma Transit Employees: William Rohr, Frank Dahl, Rodney McCord, Arthur Latour, Paul Plewa, William W. Smith. The family suggests donations may be made to the American Cancer Society. (Tacoma News Tribune, Feb. 21, 1972, p. A23)

13. Mr. Jim Brazzil of Tacoma, Washington passed away Sunday, February 20, 1972. He was the husband of the former Dorothy Downhour who survives him. (Morristown Life, Feb. 24, 1972)

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