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Descendants of Philpot John Sutton

Sixth Generation

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410. Donna Marie Temple (Onie Belle Dean , Rosa Orpha Henry , Elizabeth {Rebecca} Sutton , Daniel , Philpot John ) was born 1 on 9 Dec 1923 in Hennepin Co., MN. She died on 5 Jan 2008 in Norwalk, Los Angeles Co., CA.

1. Found in 1930 U.S Census Minnesota, Hennepin Co., Minneapolis, district 15, sheet 16B, age 6 4/12

2. Found in the 1940 U.S Census Minnesota, Hennepin Co., Minneapolis, wd-2, (6 Apr '40), ED 89-21, sheet 5B, 217 Fifth Av., Southeast, age 16, b. Minn, ed; H-1, with parents; Cecile (58)(rents $25) and Onie (53) and siblings; Earl (36), Gerald (21) and Wesley (18)

3. Donna Temple
(photo) Miss Donna Temple, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Temple. 217 Fifth avenue southeast, will be married to Mr. Florian Christian, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Christian, 7100 Twenty-fourth avenue south, on Saturday evening at the parish house of St. Therese church, St Paul. (Star Tribune, Sept. 22, 1940, p. 50)

4. Obit: Donna Marie Christian 1923 - 2008
Donna Marie (84) of Norwalk, California, passed away January 5, 2008. She was born December 9, 1923, in Minneapolis, Minnesota, the youngest of seven children. She is survived by her daughter, Rita Barker; her sons, Scott and Larry; and 8 grandchildren; and 14 great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents; her five brothers; her sister; her husband, Florian "Red" Christian; and sons, Wally and Lanny. Donna was a wonderful wife, mother, grandmother, friend, and neighbor. She will be greatly missed by all for her playful humor, her caring and helpful manner, and her practical nature. Family, friends and neighbors are invited to a celebration of Donna's life, to be held at her home on Saturday, January 12, starting at 3 pm. (Long Beach Press-Telegram, Jan. 11, 2008)

Donna married Florian "Red" Edward Christian on 28 Sep 1940 in Hennepin Co., MN. Florian was born on 20 Sep 1920 in Richfield, Hennepin Co., MN. He died 1 on 29 Oct 2003 in Norwalk, Los Angeles Co., CA.

1. Son of Walter C. Christian and Isabel H. Pepin.

2. Found in the 1930 U.S Census, Minnesota, Hennepin Co., Richfield, sheet 7B, age 9, at home with his parents.

3. Found in the 1940 U.S Census Minnesota, Hennepin Co., Richfield, (11 Apr '40) ED 27-73, sheet 2A, 24 NW Av., age 19, POB: Minn., ed H-3, with parents; Walter C. (45)(owns $3500) and Isabelle H. (42) and siblings; Vincent J. (17) and Henrietta (12)

4. 1942: WWII Draft Registration Card: Florian Edward Christian, ser.# 770, residence: 312 2nd ave S. E. Mpls, Minn., mailing address: 323 6th street SE, R.R. #3 Richfield Station, Minneapolis., age: 21, POB: Richfield, Minn., DOB: 4 Sept 1920, name and address of person who will always know your address: Donna Christian 312 2nd Ave S.E. Mpls, Minn., Employer: F. Spencer, Great Northern Depot., Place of employment: Great Northern RR, Mpls, Minn., race: white, height: 5'9", weight: 140, eyes: Blue, hair: Brown, Scar on right leg from burn, signed at Local Board No. 2, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minn., 16 Feb 1942

5. U.S. World War II Navy Muster Rolls; Passengers of USS Antaeus, All men Rec FR RS NORVA FFT;
Christian, Florian E. rating; F1 EM, Ser. No.; 961-06-33, branch of service; IND, REC, NOB San Juan, 25 Nov 1944, Ser. No.; 961-06-33

6. U.S. World War II Navy Muster Rolls; Passengers of USS Antaeus, All men Rec FR RS NORVA FFT;
Christian, Florian E. rating; F1 EM, Ser. No.; 961-06-33, branch of service; IND, REC, NOB San Juan, Transferred 29 Nov 1944, Ser. No.; 961-06-33

They had the following children:

+ 909 F i Living
+ 910 M ii Lanny Dean Christian
+ 911 M iii Walter "Wally" Peppin Christian
  912 M iv Living
  913 M v Living

412. Kenneth Edward Dean (Herbert Edward Dean , Rosa Orpha Henry , Elizabeth {Rebecca} Sutton , Daniel , Philpot John ) was born 1 on 17 Jun 1927 in Faribault, Rice Co., MN. He died on 5 Mar 2016 in Faribault, Rice Co., MN.

1. Found in the 1930 U.S. Census Minnesota, Rice Co., Morristown Village, age 2 10/12

2. Found in the 1940 U.S census Minnesota, Rice Co., Faribault wd-4, (17 Apr 1940), ED 66-13B, sheet 6B, 710 Rice St., age 12, POB; Wisconsin, ed 5, with parents; Herbert E. (46) and Lyra M. (43) and sister Vera Mae (18)

3. His residence in his Amy enlistment records is Hennepin Co., MN.

4. Found in the Faribault High School YR BK Voyageur 1941 Student - Grade 7; Dean, K.
5. Found in the Faribault High School YR BK Voyageur 27 1942 Student - Grade 8; Dean, K. 6. Found in the Faribault High School YR BK Voyageur 1943 Student - Freshmen; Dean, Kenneth

7. 1946: WWII Draft Registration Card: Kenneth Edward Dean, ser.# 562B, residence: 710 Rice Street Faribault Rice Minn., mailing address: same, age: 19, POB: Faribault, Minn., DOB: 17 June 1927, name and address of person who will always know your address: Herbert E. Dean, 710 Rice Street, Faribault, Minnesota (father), Employer: Discharged-Aug 18, 1946, Place of employment: Winnemucca, Nevada, race: white, height: 6' 0", weight: 170, eyes: Brown, hair: Black, signed at Local Board No. 1, Faribault, Rice Co., Minn., 20 Aug 1946

8. Found in the Faribault High School YR BK Voyageur 11 1947 Student - Senior; Dean, Kenneth

9. Found in the 1948 Faribault, MN. city directory; r710 Rice St., Labor

10. Found in the 1950 Faribault, MN. city directory; 1303 N.W 4th St., sp. Marian E., Labor, C R I & P Railroad

11. Found in the 1953 Faribault, MN. city directory; 1303 N.W 4th St., sp. Marian E., Bricklayer

12. Found in the 1955, 1957, 1959 Faribault, MN. city directory; 1303 N.W 2nd Ave., sp. Marian E., Bricklayer, 1960, 1962, Secretary, Brown Masonry

13. Found in the 1960, 1962, 1970, 1972, 1973, Faribault, MN. city directory; 321 SW 8 Ave., sp. Marian E., Secretary, Brown Masonry

14. Found in the 1964, 1967, 1968, Faribault, MN. city directory; 320 S.W 8 Ave., sp. Marian E., Secretary, Brown Masonry

15. Obit: Kenneth E. Dean
Kenneth was born on June 17, 1927 and passed away on Saturday, March 5, 2016. Kenneth was a resident of Faribault, Minnesota at the time of his passing. Kenneth graduated from Faribault Senior High School in 1947. He enlisted in the Navy "Seabees" and was stationed in Guam. He was married to Marian. Memorial services will be held at St. Luke's Church Faribault on Friday March 11 2016 at 1:30 p.m. with the Reverend Randy Hardy officiating. Private family interment will be held at Fort Snelling National Cemetery Minneapolis. Memorial visitation will be at the Boldt Funeral Home Faribault on Thursday March 10 2016 from 4 to 7 p.m. and also at the church on Friday one hour prior to the services. Memorial gifts may be directed to Allina Hospice St. Luke�s Church or Faribault Special Olympics.

16. Obit: FARIBAULT - Kenneth E. Dean, age 88, of Faribault, died on Saturday, March 5, 2016 sur­rounded by his family at Farib­ault Senior Living. Memorial services will be held at St. Luke’s Church, Farib­ault on Friday, March 11, 2016 at 1:30 p.m. with the Reverend Randy Hardy officiating. Private family interment will be held at Fort Snelling National Cemetery, Minneapolis.
Memorial visitation will be at the Boldt Funeral Home, Farib­ault on Thursday, March 10, 2016 from 4 to 7 p.m. and also at the church on Friday one hour prior to the services.
Kenneth Edward, the son of Herbert E. and Lyra Myrtle (Robinson) Dean, was born on June 17, 1927 in Faribault. Ken­neth graduated from Faribault Senior High School in 1947. In high school, he was a member of the 1945 State Tournament bas­ketball team. He left high school in 1945 to enlist in the Navy “Seabees” and was stationed in Guam. In 1946, he received an honorable discharge, and re­turned to Faribault to gradu­ate from high school. He then entered trade school to become a bricklayer. Ken married Mar­ian Helberg at St. John’s Church, Wheeling Township, on Febru­ary 7, 1948. They raised two chil­dren, James Dean and Brenda Dean Thompson.
Ken and partners formed a masonry company in 1953, build­ing homes, schools, and churches throughout southern Minnesota. He continued to work in the industry until his retirement in 1987. He enjoyed participat­ing in and watching all kinds of sports, especially basketball and golf. He spent recent winters in Arizona. Ken was a member of St. Luke’s Church, American Le­gion Post 43, MNNDBAC Local #1, and the Faribault Golf and Country Club. Ken truly enjoyed spending time with his family and friends, who will miss him terribly. The family would like to thank Faribault Senior Living, Allina Hospice, and Dr. Mary Cameron for their loving care.
He is survived by his wife, Marian of Faribault; two chil­dren, Jim (and Linda) Dean of Faribault and Brenda (and Eric) Thompson of Minnetonka; four grandchildren, Andy Dean, Car­rie (and Rob) Nelson, Erin (and Cody) Ayres, and Katie Thomp­son; three great grandchildren, Evie and Sophie Nelson and Ben Ayres. He was preceded in death by his parents; one sister, Vera (and Joseph) Kausek; one sister-in-law, Elnora (and Walter) Meyer; along with aunts, uncles, neph­ews, and cousins. Memorial gifts may be direct­ed to Allina Hospice, St. Luke’s Church or Faribault Special Olympics.


Notes:
1. Military service:
WWII: enlisted 30 Mar 1945
Location: enlisted at Ft. Levenworth, KS
Residence: Hennepin Co., MN
Education: 4 yrs of high school
Single
Civ occ: student

Kenneth married Living.

They had the following children:

+ 914 M i Living
+ 915 F ii Living

413. Marion D. Barnes (Russell George Barnes , James Judson Barnes , Sarah S. Sutton , Daniel , Philpot John ) was born 1 on 10 Jan 1913 in Duluth, St. Louis Co., MN. She died 2 on 6 Jan 1995 in Fargo, Cass Co., ND.

1. BARNES—A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Barnes of 4114 Gladstone street Jan. 10. (The Duluth Herald, jan. 21, 1913)

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

3. Found in the 1930 U.S Census Minnesota, St. Louis Co., dis 36, sheet 9B, Gilliat St., age 17, at home with her parents

4. 1931; There is a Marion Barnes listed in the Duluth Central High School class list.

5. Found in the 1940 U.S Census Minnesota, Watonwan Co., St. James, wd-1 (15 Apr '40) ED 83-19A, sheet 13A, 220 First Av., rents $25, age 26, ed; C-4, POB: Minn., with husband R. A. (26)
Residence in 1935; Duluth, St. Louis Co., MN.

6. Obit:
Adams, Marion B. Barnes age 81, Fargo ND January 11, 1995, A-15

Marion married Raymond Arthur Adams about 1939. Raymond was born on 27 Jan 1914 in Manfred, Wells Co., ND. He died 1 on 14 Dec 1995 in Chula Vista, San Diego Co., CA.

1. Son of Roy Chester Adams and Ella Josefina Anderson.
- Roy Adams was born in Minnesota in 1883. He married Ella Anderson and they were the parents of four children: Raymond, Ada Mae, Allen and Ruth. Mr. Adams came to Fessenden in 1905 and worked for T. L. Beiseker banks in Harvey, Manfred and Fessenden. He served on the school board, city council, was a Lutheran church trustee for six years and treasurer for ten years. He was city assessor for eleven years. Mrs. Adams passed away February 14, 1953.

Obit: Roy Chester Adams died Tuesday, July 15, 1980 in Thief River Falls, Minn, at the age of 97 years. Services were held Saturday at the First Lutheran Church of Fessenden at 11:00 a.m. with burial at the Hillside Cemetery of Fessenden. Officiating at the service was Rev. Arville Bakken, with Mrs. June Streibel as organist and Lowell Rau and Bruce Tweten singing solos. Casket bearers were Howard McGuiness, Erwin Engbrecht, E. S. Killie, M. C. Solberg, Sam Krause and Alvin Mohr. Honorary Bearers were members of the Mystic Tie Lodge No. 124 of Fessenden. Mr. Adams was born June 17, 1883, in Mabel, Minn, son of the late Erasmus and Sarah Adams. He was raised on the family homestead and received his early education in the area country school. Upon graduating from high school he enrolled in the Decorah Business College at Decorah, Iowa. While attending college, Roy met and later married Ella Anderson in 1909 at Decorah. After receiving his business degree they moved to Manfred where he managed the Manfred Bank.

2. Found in the 1920 U.S Census North Dakota, Wells Co., Manfred Twnshp, sheet 3B, age 5 11/12 at home with parents; Roy C. and Ella J. Adams

3. Found in the 1930 U.S Census North Dakota, Wells Co., Fessenden, wd-1, district 12, sheet 1A, age 16, at home with parents; Roy C. (46) owns home $4,000 w/radio and Ella J. (44), and siblings, Ada M. (12), Alan M. (8), Ruth L. (6) and grandmother Ellen C. Anderson (76)

4. Found in the 1940 U.S Census North Dakota, Wells Co., Fessenden, (15 Apr 1940) ED 52-12, sheet 10B, age 26, POB: N. D., ed C-2, with parents; Roy C. (57) (owns $3500), Ellen (55) and siblings; Ada Mae (22) Allen M. (18) and Ruth Lois (16)

4. Found in the 1940 U.S Census Minnesota, Watonwan Co., St. James, wd-1 (15 Apr '40) ED 83-19A, sheet 13A, 220 First Av., rents $25, age 26, ed; C-2, POB: North Dakota, with wife Marion (26)
Residence in 1935; Rural, Wells Co., ND.

5. Death
Grand Forks Herald (ND) — Thursday, January 4, 1996 Adams, Raymond A., 81, San Diego, formerly of Fargo, Dec. 14.

They had the following children:

+ 916 M i Raymond Barnes Adams

414. George Russell Jr. Barnes (Russell George Barnes , James Judson Barnes , Sarah S. Sutton , Daniel , Philpot John ) was born 1 on 15 Nov 1914 in Duluth, St. Louis Co., MN. He died 2 on 13 Jul 1961 in Medford, Jackson Co., OR.

1. 1914; Birth notice; George Russell Barnes, Nov 15, 1914 (Duluth News Tribune)

2. Found in the 1920 U.S Census Wisconsin, Douglas Co., Superior 7-WD, dis 85, sheet 10A, Ogden Ave., age 5.

3. Found in the 1930 U.S Census Minnesota, St. Louis Co., dis 36, sheet 9B, Gilliat St., age 15, at home with his parents

4. 1932; There is a Russell Barnes listed in the Duluth Central High School class list.

5. 1939: There is a RUSSELL GEORGE BARNES, JR., B.S., M.B., in a list of Doctors of Medicine, (p. 47, University of Minnesota, COMMENCEMENT CONVOCATION WINTER QUARTER 1939)

6. Margaret Powers Engaged To Marry Dr. R. G. Barnes Jr.
Mrs. Myrtle Longstreet Powers of Hackensack has announced the engagement of her daughter, Miss Margaret Terhune Powers, to Dr. Russell George Barnes Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Russell George Barnes of Duluth, Minn. Miss Powers, daughter of the late Chester A. Powers, is a graduate of Hackensack High School and is at present a student at Hackensack Hospital School of Nursing. Dr. Barnes, a graduate of the University of Minnesota, Is an Interne at Hackensack Hospital. No date has been set for the wedding. (The Record, Feb. 6, 1940, p. 10)

7. Found in the 1940 U.S Census New Jersey, Bergen Co., Hackensack, wd-2, Hackensack Hospital, (5 Apr '40) ED 2-156) sheet 4A, age 25, interne, single, ed; C-6, POB: Minn.,
Residence in 1935: Minneapolis, MN.

8. Mrs. Chester Powers of 161 Main Street announced today the marriage of her daughter, Margret, to Dr. Russell George Barnes of Duluth, Minn, on September 28, at the home of Dr. Barnes's family at [Duluth]
Mrs. Barnes was graduated to Wesleyan University after ...... Hackensack Hospital
Dr. Barnes, who is practicing at Hastings, Minn., completed his internship at Hackensack Hospital.
[OCR not completely readable] (The Record, Oct. 9, 1940, p. 11)

9. WWII Draft Registration Card: Barnes, Russell George (Jr), ser# 990, Residence; 502 W. 7th St., Hastings, Dakota, Minn., Age; 25, POB; Duluth, Minn., DOB; 15 Nov 1914, Name and address of person who will always know your address; Mrs Russell George Barnes, 502 W. 7th St., Hastings, Dakota, Minn, Employer; Dr. R. C. Radabough, Place of employment; 211 E. 2nd St., Hastings, Dakota, Minn., Race;white, Height; 6', Wieght; 160, Eyes;Blue, Hair;Brown, Local Board No. 2, St. Dakota County, Hastings, Minnesota, 16 Oct 1940

10. Found in the 1943 Minnesota, St. Louis Co., Duluth, city directory; Barnes Russell G jr (Margt) USA r4318 Gilliat (Polk's St. Paul (St. Louis County, Minn) City Directory, p. 48)

11. Dr. R. G. Barnes, M.D. Announces the opening of offices for the practice of medicine and surgery. 212 Liberty Building. (Medford Times 5/29/1946, p. 10)

12. Dr. R. G. Barnes of Minnesota Opens Medford Offices
Dr. R. G. Barnes from Duluth, Minn., has opened offices in the Minear Liberty building, room 212, and will engage in general practice. The doctor, a graduate of the University of Minnesota school of medicine in 1938, practiced at Hastings, Minn., for three years prior to entering the army as a flight surgeon in 1943. Attaining the rank of captain, he was commanding officer of flight five, 830th medical air evacuation squadron which saw duty in the Pacific area. Barnes served his internship at Hackensack hospital, Hackensack, N. J. with his wife, two children, Jeffry, age five, and Jill, age 20 months, the doctor is residing at 826 E. Main street. Barnes was discharged from the service in February and came, here in March. He stated that he liked the climate here in contrast to the cold Minnesota winters. (Medford Mail Tribune, May 29, 1946, p. 10)

13. Found in the 1946 Medford, OR city directory; Barnes, Russell G (Margt P) phys 212 Liberty bldg h826 E Main apt 2 (p. 31)

14. POLICE ARREST TWO
Disorderly conduct charges involving morals were placed Tuesday against Carl Williams Fischer, 49, 933 N. Terry street, and Russell George Barnes, 35, Medford, police reported. Fischer's bail was set at $500 and Barnes at $100. (Oregonian, April 5, 1950, p. 17)

15. Found in the 1950 Medford, OR city directory; Barnes, Russell G (Margt P) phys 205 W Main R212 h2210 Hillcrest rd (p. 33)

16. 1951, Apr. 19: Drs. Barnes, Durno, Findley and Thompson announced plans for a brick office building, E Main at Myrtle (News)

17. Found in the 1960 Medford, OR city directory; Barnes, Russell G (Margt P) phys 902 E Main h2210 Hillcrest rd (p. 26)

18. Funeral Services Set Monday for Dr. R. G. Barnes
Funeral services for Dr. Russell George Barnes, Jr., 46, who died Thursday evening, will be held at St. Mark's Episcopal church Monday at 1:30 p.m. (PST). The Rev. George R. V. Bolster will officiate. Private interment will be in Siskiyou Memorial park. It is the request of the family that donations may be made to the American Cancer Society in care of the local postmaster. Perl Funeral home is in charge of arrangements. Dr. Barnes was born in Duluth, Minn., Nov. 15, 1914. He received his education at the University of Minnesota medical school, where he was graduated in 1938. He has been practicing medicine in Medford since 1946. During World War II he was a flight surgeon with the air evacuation squadron. He was a member of the Masonic bodies, Hillah Temple of the Shrine, on the staff at the Rogue Valley Memorial hospital and Sacred Heart hospital, the AAGP, AMA, the Oregon State Medical Society and the Southern Oregon Medical Society, the Elks club and was active in civic affairs. He is survived by his wife, Margaret Powers Barnes: two sons, Jeffry and Judson Barnes; one daughter, Jill Barnes, all of Medford; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Russell George Barnes, Dulutn, Minn.; one sister, Mrs. Marion Barnes Adams, Fargo, N.D.; two brothers, John Morgan Barnes, Wildewood, N.J., and Clyde Robert Barnes, Duluth, Minn. Pallbearers will be Loren Ritchie, Francis Cheney, James Shaw, Hugh Collins, Ed Milne and Al Wikstrom. (Medford Mail Tribune, July 16, 1961, p. 9)

19. Dr. Russell G. Barnes, 46, of Medford, dies in local hospital (July 1961) (Medford Mail Tribune, Dec. 31, 1961, p. 6)


Notes:
1. Oregon death index: Barnes, Russell, 13 July 1961, Baker, Oregon, wife Margaret,
2. He was a Captain with the 830 Medical Air Evacuation Squadron, WWII.

George married Margaret Terhune Powers on 28 Sep 1940 in {Duluth St. Louis Co., MN}. Margaret was born 1 on 21 Sep 1919 in Hackensack, Bergen Co., N.J. She died on 1 Nov 2004 in Falls Church, Fairfax Co., VA.

1. Daughter of Chester Arthur Powers and Myrtle May Longstreet.

2. Found in the 1920 U.S Census New Jersey, Bergen Co., New Barbadoes Twp, Hackensack wd-2, sheet 5B, 83 Main St., age 3/12 with parents Chester A. (34) rents, and Myrtle M. (28) and siblings, Jeanette C. (9), Edith (4 6/12), Alva S. (2 11/12)

3. Found on passenger's list for SS Maui Voyage 21 Outward, sailing from San Francisco, California, September 22, 1920, arriving at Port of Honolulu September 22, 1920, page 106;
Powers, Myrtle M., age 29, DOB: March 9, 1891, POB: Hackensack, N. J.
Powers, Margaret, age 1, DOB: September 21, 1919, POB: Hackensack, N. J.
Powers, Alva S., age 3, DOB: January 29, 1917, POB: Hackensack, N. J.
Powers, Edith M., age 5, DOB: July 9, 1915, POB: Hackensack, N. J.
Powers, Jeanette C., age 9, DOB: December 30, 1910, POB: Hackensack, N. J.
Powers, Chester A., age 34, DOB: June 20, 1886, POB: New York City

4. Found on passenger's list for SS Maui, sailing from Honolulu, February 23, 1921, arriving at Port of San Francisco, page 106;
Powers, Myrtle M., age 30, DOB: March 9, 1890, POB: Hackensack, N. J.
Powers, Margaret, age 2, DOB: September 21, 1919, POB: Hackensack, N. J.
Powers, Edith, age 6, DOB: July 9, 1915, POB: Hackensack, N. J.
Powers, Alva S., age 4, DOB: January 25, 1917, POB: Hackensack, N. J.
Powers, Jeanette C., age 9, DOB: December 30, 1910, POB: Hackensack, N. J.
Powers, Chester A., age 35, DOB: June 20, 1886, POB: New York City

5. Found in the 1930 U.S Census New Jersey, Bergen Co., Maywood, sheet 4B, 230 Maywood Ave., age 10 6/12 with parents Chester A. (44) rents $50, age 1st marr. 23, no radio, and Myrtle M. (39) age 1st marr. 19, and siblings, Jeanette (19), Edith (14), Alva (13), Chester Jr. (1 11/12) and cousin, Clarabel Hannah (55)

6. Found in the 1943 Minnesota, St. Louis Co., Duluth, city directory; Barnes Russell G jr (Margt) USA r4318 Gilliat (Polk's St. Paul (St. Louis County, Minn) City Directory, p. 48)

7. Found in the 1946 Medford, OR city directory; Barnes, Russell G (Margt P) phys 212 Liberty bldg h826 E Main apt 2 (p. 31)

8. Found in the 1950 Medford, OR city directory; Barnes, Russell G (Margt P) phys 205 W Main R212 h2210 Hillcrest rd (p. 33)

9. Found in the 1960 Medford, OR city directory; Barnes, Russell G (Margt P) phys 902 E Main h2210 Hillcrest rd (p. 26)

10. Obit: BARNES, MARGARET P. "PEGGY"
On Monday, November 1, 2004 of Falls Church, VA. Beloved wife of the late Russell G. Barnes; loving mother of Rev. Jeffry Barnes of Eagle Butte, SD, Jill Barnes of San Jose, CA and Jud Barnes of Springfield, VA. Also survived by brother, Chester A. Powers of Hackensack, NJ; grandmother of six, great-grandmother of three. A memorial service will be held at St. Barnabas Episcopal Church, 4801 Ravensworth Rd., Annandale, VA 22003 on Saturday, November 6, 2004 at 11 a.m. Interment at a later date in Medford, OR. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made in Peggy's name to the Pulmonary Rehabiliation Program at INOVA Fairfax Hospital, 3300 Gallows Rd., Falls Church, VA 22042. (Washington Post, Nov. 3, 2004)

11. Obit: Margaret "Peggy" Barnes
Margaret P. "Peggy" Barnes died on Monday, November 1, 2004 in Falls Church, VA. She was the beloved wife of the late Russell G. Barnes MD; loving mother of Rev. Jeffry Barnes of Eagle Butte, SD, Jill Barnes of San Jose, CA and Jud Barnes of Springfield, VA.; six grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren and by brother, Chester A. Powers of Hackensack, NJ. Interment to be held at 11 a.m. at Siskiyou Memorial Park in Medford. — In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made in Peggy's name to the Pulmonary Rehabilitation Program at INOVA Fairfax Hospital, 3300 Gallows Rd., Falls Church, VA 22042. (Dec. 2, 2004)

12. RN LNP Margaret P. "Peggy" Barnes died on Monday, November 1, 2004 in Falls Church, VA. She was the beloved wife of the late Russell G. Barnes MD; loving mother of Rev. Jeffry Barnes of Eagle Butte, SD, Jill Barnes of San Jose, CA and Jud Barnes of Springfield, VA.; six grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren and by brother, Chester A. Powers of Hackensack, N.J. Interment to be held at 11 a.m. at Siskyou Memorial Park in Medford. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made in Peggy's name to the Pulmonary Rehabilitation Program at INOVA Fairfax Hospital, 3300 Gallows Rd., Falls Church, VA 22042. (Medford Mail Tribune, Dec. 3, 2004)

They had the following children:

+ 917 M i Living
  918 F ii Living
  919 M iii Living

416. Clyde Robert Barnes (Russell George Barnes , James Judson Barnes , Sarah S. Sutton , Daniel , Philpot John ) was born 1 on 19 Nov 1925 in Duluth, St. Louis Co., MN. He died 2 on 28 Nov 1964 in Duluth, St. Louis Co., MN.

1. Found in the 1930 U.S. Census Minnesota, St. Louis Co., dis 36, sheet 9B, Gilliat St., age 4, at home with his parents

2. Found in the 1940 U.S Census Minnesota, St. Louis Co., Duluth, (16 Apr '40) ED 88-21B, sheet 3B, 4318 Gilliat St., age 14, POB: Minn., ed 8, with parents; Russell G. (53)(owns $5500) and Marion M. (51) and brother John M. (17)

3. 1943; There is a Clyde Barnes listed in the Duluth Central High School class list.

4. WWII Draft Registration Card: Barnes, John Morgan, ser# ???, Residence; 4318 Gilliatt, St. Louis, Minn., Age; 19, POB; Duluth, Minn., DOB; 19 Nov 1925, Name and address of person who will always know your address; Russell George Barnes, 4318 Gilliatt, Employer; State Teachers - Stewart Taylor, Place of employment; 326 W. Michigan St., Printing Co., Race;white, Height; 6', Wieght; 140, Eyes;Blue, Hair;Brown, Scars; small scar on RT knee, Loacal Board No. 1, St. Louis County, Duluth, Minnesota, 19 Nov 1943

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

6. Found in the 1950 Minnesota, St. Louis Co., Duluth, city directory; Barnes Clyde R (Nancy V) studt r314 Isanti (Polk's St. Paul (St. Louis County, Minn) City Directory, p. 55)

7. Obit:
Clyde R. Barnes, 39, of 314 Isanti St., an employee of the City Engineering Department, died Saturday in a Duluth hospital. A native Duluthian, Mr. Barnes had attended Duluth Public Schools, and was a graduate of Duluth Central High School and UMD. He had been associated with the City Engineering Department for the past 12 years. He was a veteran of World War II. He was a member of the Zenith City American Legion Post. Surviving are his wife, Nancy; a son, Russell, and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Russell G. Barnes, all of Duluth; a sister, Mrs. Raymond Adams, Fargo, N.D., and a brother, John M. Barnes, Miami, Fla. ("Duluth New Tribune", 30 Nov. 1964)

Clyde married Nancy Vivian Amundson on 8 Aug 1947 in St. Louis Co., MN. Nancy was born 1 on 25 Aug 1927 in {Duluth}, St. Louis Co., MN. She died on 12 May 2006 in Omaha, Douglas Co., NE.

1. Daughter of Harold Amundson and Clara Elizabeth Casey.

2. Found in the 1930 U.S Census Minnesota, St. Louis Co., Pct. 4, district 37, sheet 11A, Isanti St., age 2 7/12, at home with her parents

3. Found in the 1940 U.S Census Minnesota, St. Louis Co., Duluth, (17 Apr '40) ED 88-2, sheet 16A, 314 Isanti St., age 12, POB: Minn., ed 7, with parents; Harold (47)(owns $4500) and Clara (46) and siblings; Dorothy (14), Russell (17), and Herbert (15)

4. Found in the 1946 Minnesota, St. Louis Co., Duluth, city directory; Amundson Nancy r314 Isanti (Polk's St. Paul (St. Louis County, Minn) City Directory, p. 26)

5. Found in the 1950 Minnesota, St. Louis Co., Duluth, city directory; Barnes Clyde R (Nancy V) studt r314 Isanti (Polk's St. Paul (St. Louis County, Minn) City Directory, p. 55)
5a. Found in the 1950 Minnesota, St. Louis Co., Duluth, city directory; Barnes Nancy V Mrs sten Twin Ports Co-op Dairy r314 Isanti (Polk's St. Paul (St. Louis County, Minn) City Directory, p. 55)

6. Married second, 11 July 1970, Frank John Krakowski of Omaha, NE.

7. Obit: Nancy Barnes Krakowski Amunson
Nancy (nee Amunson) Barnes Krakowski, former long time Duluth resident, passed away in Omaha, NE, where she has lived for many years. Nancy graduated from Duluth Central High School in 1945 and Duluth Business University. She and her dear friend Irene Robbins operated the B & R. Doll Clinic in Duluth. She was a long time member of St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Duluth. Nancy was actively involved in the Duluth Gun Club, The First Minnesota Volunteers Civil War Reenactment Group, Homemakers, Duluth Art Guild, and many church and school related activities. At the time of her death, she was The President of St. Monica's Guild, St. Andrews Episcopal Church, Omaha. Nancy was predeceased by her first husband, Clyde R. Barnes of Duluth and her second husband, Frank J. Krakowski of Omaha, NE, her parents, Harold and Clara Amundson, her brother Russell M. Amundson of Duluth and Herbert M. Amundson of West Palm Beach Florida. She is survived by her son, Russell B. Barnes (Julie) and step-daughter Nancy Partusch (Thomas), Omaha, NE, sister Dorothy A. Shimmin, Pembroke Pines, FL, grandson Grant R. Barnes and granddaughter Michelle Partusch, Omaha, NE and many nieces and nephews and beloved friends and family. MEMORIAL:was held 05/12/06, at St. Andrews Episcopal Church in Omaha. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that memorials be made to St. Monica's Guild of St. Andrews Episcopal Church, 925 South 84 St., Omaha, NE 68114. (Duluth News-Tribune, 12 May 2006)

8. Obit: Nancy A. Krakowski
KRAKOWSKI-Nancy A., age 78 years, Omaha. Preceded in death by husbands: Clyde Robert Barnes and Frank John Krakowski; brothers: Herbert M. Amundson and Russell A. Amundson. Survived by son: Russell B. Barnes and wife, Julie; stepdaughter: Nancy and husband, Thomas Partusch, all of Omaha; sister: Dorothy A. Shimmin, Pembroke Pines, FL; grandchildren: Grant Barnes and Michelle Partusch, both of Omaha; niece: Jane Ann Rubin, Pembroke Pines, FL.
MEMORIAL SERVICE Friday, 1:00 p.m., St. Andrew's Episcopal Church, 84th & Pacific. Memorials to St. Andrew's Episcopal Church. HEAFEY-HEAFEY-HOFFMANN DWORAK-CUTLER, WEST CENTER CHAPEL, 78th & West Center. (Omaha World Herald)

They had the following children:

+ 920 M i Living

419. Charles Nelson Aselin (Martin) (George Edwin Martin , Alice Ann Barnes , Sarah S. Sutton , Daniel , Philpot John ) was born 1 on 11 Sep 1895 in Superior, Douglas Co., WI. He died 2 on 21 Apr 1956 in Los Angeles Co., CA.

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

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

3. Found in the 1915 Los Angeles, CA. city directory; Aselin Chas N auto opr r 206 W 77th (p. 333)

4. JITNEY BUS DRIVER IS ROBBED BY PASSENGER
Charlie Aselin, 206 West Seventyseventh street, driver of a Jitney bus, was held up and robbed of $4 by a passenger at Washington and Santee streets early today. The robber rode until he got the driver alone before the robbery. (Los Angeles Herald, Sep. 28, 1915)

5. MARRIAGE LICENSES
...
MARTIN-GABLER -- Charles N. Martin, 22 and Ottilia J. Gabler, 18
...
(Los Angeles Herald, Oct 26, 1917, p. 24)

6. 1917: marriage license; states his name as Charles Nelson Martin, states resident of Pomona, CA. at time of marriage, parents; G.E. Martin and K. Morehouse.

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

8. Twenty-second Company, Coast Artillery Corps
Called into Federal Service August 5, 1917
[List of members]
Private Charles N Aselin
(Appendix to the Journals of the Senate and Assembly of the Forty-Fifth Session of the Legislature of the State of California, p. 208)

9. Found in the 1918 Los Angeles, CA. city directory; Aselin Chas N cond r437 W 54th (p. 281)

10. 1918: WWI Draft Registration Card: residence; 5332 Third Ave. Los Angeles, CA. age:23, DOB: Sep 11, 1895, Employed as Conductor at L.A. Railway Co., Div #5, 54 & 2 Ave. Los Angeles, CA. Married; wife; Ottelia Aselin. same address. Height:med, Build: med, Eyes: Blue, Hair: Light Brown, Discharged from U.S. Army August 29, 1917 - Physical condition poor. Statement: Was in the U.S. Army at time of first registration. (12 Sep 1918, Los Angeles, CA.)

11. Found in the 1920 U.S Census California, Los Angeles Co., Los Angeles, Charles Aselin, age 24, with wife Jeanette (21) renting at the home of Johns and Amelia Anderson

12. Found in the 1921 Los Angeles, CA city directory; ASPHALTOM & OIL REFINING CO, Geo Zeeman Genl Mgr, 2475 E 9th, Tels Main 2212, 65690
(Service Sta) C N Aselin mgr 1100 S Los Angeles (p. 444)

13. Five Generations in L.A.
With the arrival in Los Angeles of W. B. Fordyce, fomerly of Omaha, five generations of one family gathered for a grand reunion. Every one was there from baby to great-grandmother. The relatives met at the home of Mrs. G. E. Milligan, 1802 West Fifty-first street. Mrs. Milligan is a niece of the man who recently moved here from the east. Fordyce, who is 65 years of age, is the great, great, great-uncle of Charles N. Aselin, Jr., 8. His father, grandmother and great-grandmother were all in the group. (Los Angeles Evening Express, June 9, 1921, p. 11)

14. 1922: In his marriage record to Pearl Evans, he states he's widowed, 3rd marriage.

15. Found in the 1923 Los Angeles, CA. city directory; Aselyn, Chas H auto opr LAPD r525 W 54 (p. 459)

16. Found in the 1926 Los Angeles, CA. city directory; Aselin Chas N police h7923 S Hoover (p. 412)

17. 1929: Found in the 1929 Los Angeles, CA. city directory; Aselin Chas N (Pearl) police h8224 Beech (p. 362)
1929: Found in the 1929 Los Angeles city directory; Aselin Pearl Mrs asst br mgr Van de Kamps Bakery r8224 Beech (p. 362)

18. 1930: In his marriage record to Alta Thompsen; widowed & divorced, 4th marriage, age 36, born Wis., police officer

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

20. Found in the 1932 Los Angeles, CA. city directory; Aselin, C N police r1225 Bedford (p. 156)
(with parents)

21. Found in the 1940 U.S Census California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles City, wd-56, (9 Apr '40) ED 60-1071, sheet 5B, 2149 1/2 Valentine St., rents, Charles N. Aselin, age 44, ed; 8, POB: Wis. with wife Maud age 30, POB: CA., with daughter Adrian age 5/12, POB: CA. and servant Frances Paignon (28)
1935: same place

22. Found in the 1942 Los Angeles, CA. city directory; Aselin, Chas N (Maudie) h428 Gower (p. 169)
Aselin, Maude A clk LAPD r428 Gower (p. 169)

23. 1942: WWII Draft Registration card; Charles Nelson Aselin, ser# 2639, address: 428 No. Gower, L.A., L.A., Calif., age; 46, DOB; 9-11-1895, POB; Superior, Wis., Name and address of person who will always know your address; Mrs. Maude A. Aselin, 428 No. Gower, L.A., employer; retired on disability (L.A. Police Dept.), height; 6'0", weight; 160lbs., eyes; blue, hair; brown, scar from breastbone to pelvis (operative), Los Angeles county, 4-27-1942.

24. Found in the 1949 Torrance, CA. city directory; Aselin Chas N (Maudie) cash hi 15 Calle de Andalucia (Mail Redondo) (p. 42)

25. Found in the 1956 Torrance, CA. city directory; Aselin Chas M (Maude A) para mutual clk h 115 Calle De Andelucia ... FR 5-3511(p. 9)

26. Obit: Charles N. Aselin Sr.
Funeral services for Charles Nelson Aselin Sr., 60, will be conducted today at 10:30 a.m. at Utter-McKinley's Beaver Inglewood Chapel. Interment will follow at Inglewood Park Cemetery. He lived at 115 Calle de Andalucia, Palos Verdes, and died Saturday. Mr. Aselin was with the Los Angeles Police Department for 13 years until he retired in 1945. Mr. Aselin leaves his widow Maude; a daughter, Adrienne; two sons, Charles N. Jr. and Donald G.; his mother Katie A. Aselin; a brother Lloyd Aselin, and three grandchildren. (Los Angeles Times, April 26, 1956, p. A32)

Charles married 1 (1) Othelia J. Gabler on 25 Oct 1917 in Los Angles Co., CA. Othelia was born in Apr 1899 in {Central}, St. Louis Co., MO. She died on 24 Mar 1919 in {Los Angeles Co.}, CA.

1. Daughter of John B. Gabler and Mary A. Putz. (from Germany) [Ottilia]

2. Found in the 1900 U.S Census Missouri, St. Louis Co., Central Township, sheet 23, "Tillie", age 1, DOB: Apr 1899, with parents John DOB:May 1861 (39) and Mary DOB: May 1867 (33), marr 11yrs, and siblings; John DOB: Aug 1890 (9), Annie DOB: Aug 1892 (7) and Katie DOB: Mar 1897 (3) (father occp baker)

3. Found in the 1910 U.S Census Missouri, St. Louis Co., University Ward, "Attelis", age 11, with parents John (49) and Mary (43), and siblings; John (19), Annie (17), Theressa (13) and Francis (9)

4. Found in the 1914 Los Angeles, CA. city directory; Gabler, Othelia appr r 330 W 78th (p. 1031)
(w/mother Mary, wid John, and Theresa and Anna)

5. Found in the 1915 Los Angeles, CA. city directory; Gabler, Othelia appr r 330 W 78th (p. 864)
(w/mother Mary, wid John, and Theresa and Anna)

6. Found in the 1916 Los Angeles, CA. city directory; Gabler, Othelia r 330 W 78th (p. 833)
(w/mother Mary, wid John, and Theresa and Anna)

7. Found in the 1917 Los Angeles, CA. city directory; Gabler Tillie maid 686 Irolo (p. 832)


Notes:
1. Her mother Mary Gabler remarried to Henry Knodell, 7 Oct. 1916. In her marriage license she states she is widowed. She is found in the 1920 census at Los Angeles, with Henry Knodell, and her son Frank is with her.

2. California Death Index
Name: Ottilia Martin
Birth Year: abt 1900
Death Date: 24 Mar 1919
Age at Death: 19
Death Place: Los Angeles, California, USA
[California marriages shows Charles N. Martin married Ottilia J. Gabler. I suspect this is her death record]

3. ?????? There is an Othelia Hickey, wid of John, in the 1923 directory.

Charles married (2) Jeanette Adair Whipple on 31 May 1919 in {San Bernardino Co.}, CA . Jeanette was born on 8 Dec 1898 in Wadena Co., MN. She died 1 on 3 Dec 1920 in Los Angeles Co., CA.

1. Daughter of James William Whipple and Emma Henrietta Montgomery.
- J.W. Whipple Of Wadena Dead
Death Occurred Friday Morning Which Was Entirely Unexpected
Wadena Pioneer Journal:
J.W. Whipple is dead. Genial, big hearted "Bill" Whipple. who has become a familiar figure everyone in Wadena county during the past thirty-six years, passed to his eternal rest Friday morning, Feb 18th after a very brief illness, death being due to rheumatism of the heart. News of the calamity which had befallen this community spread with the rapidity of wildfire and struck its hearers with a force which rendered them momentarily speechless, unwilling to believe what their sense of hearing had confirmed. No one had been aware of his illness, but very few knew that he had not been enjoying his usual good health.
Mr. Whipple finished his day's work at Murray's Land Office, where he had toiled so faithfully and well for the past twenty years, and drove to his home in the outskirts of the city as usual that Thursday evening. He had complained once or twice during the day of the severity of rheumatism in his left shoulder which continued, apparently, even after he reached home that evening.
Bed time came and he found it impossible to sleep. He paced the floor the greater share of the night until exhaustion probably led him to lie down. Mrs. Whipple, also awake because of her husband's pain, soon heard him snoring as in a deep sleep. Alarmed at the peculiarity of that snore she went to investigate and found him breathing very heavy and hastily summoned a physician. Before his arrival however, Mr. Whipple was breathing his last, death ensuing at about five o'clock.
The funeral services were held the following Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock in the Methodist church where friends by the hundreds had congregated to pay their last respects to the memory of their departed fellow-citizen.
Wadena county first knew J.W. Whipple as a lad of ten years when he accompanied his parents to this village thirty-six years ago to make their home on what is now the B.R. Boyer farm four and a half miles south of town.
Of excellent parentage James Whipple inherited those most commendable qualities to be found in man, honesty, modesty and a desire to number all with whom he came in contact as his friends. As he grew to manhood and his acquaintanceship widened he commanded and received the respect of all. The early death of his father brought added cares upon his young shoulders but he never faltered. At the age twenty-one he left the farm and in company with John Knight engaged in the drug store business in the Murray building now occupied by the billiard parlor. After two years in the drug business he became cashier of the Northern Pacific depot, which position he held until he went to work in the county treasurer's office. The election of Fred Boyer to the office automatically removed Mr. Whipple from that position and he entered Murray's Land Office to fill the vacancy by the election of Mr. Boyer as treasurer. (The Sebeka Review, Feb. 25, 1916)

- EMMA H. WHIPPLE DIES IN VIRGINIA
(Special to the Herald)
Mount Vernon, Feb 15. -- Emma H. Whipple, 68, retired Mount Vernon school teacher, died February 11 at Richmond, Virginia, friends here were advised today. She had gone there to visit a son and also with the hopes of recovering from ailing health. Mrs. Whipple retired as a teacher about three years ago. She was a music instructor and was active in club work. Surviving relatives include two sons, Earle, of Alaska, and W. J. of Virginia, and a daughter, Alice, of Cashmere. Funeral services were held in Virginia. (Bellingham, Feb. 1944)

Word has been received by friends here of the death of Mrs. Emma Whipple at Richmond, Va., on February 11. She and her husband lived in Wadena for many years. He was associated with the Murray Land Ofiice and she gave music lessons here.
The Whipples lived on a farm located on the south end of what is now Jefferson Street. Mr. Whipple died here in 1914 and in 1921, Mrs. Whipple left here with her five children. She attended the Bellingham school of music and taught normal until 1923 when when she moved to Mt. Vernon, Va., where she made her until last fall when she went to live with a son, Wilburn, J. Whipple at Roxbury, Va.
While in Wadena Mrs. Whipple played the organ in the Methodist church for many years. She also took the Wadena County exhibits to the state fair for several years and on one occasion won the state championship besides capturing many other prizes.
Mrs. Whipple was born in Greene, Iowa on September 1, 1876. She will be remembered by her love for music and her ability to develop talent in her pupils.
One daughter preceded her in death and another daughter, Alice Whipple, resides at Cashmere, Va. Besides the son in Virginia, she is survived by another son, Erle, of Pelican, Alaska, a granddaughter and grandson and her mother, Mrs. Minnie A. Douglas of Stanwood, Va.
Funeral services were held in Roxbury, Va., with cremation following and the ashes sent to the family vault here in Wadena. (Wadena, March 1944)

2. Found in the 1900 U.S Census Minnesota, Wadena Co., Wadena, sheet 1, Erwin Ave., Jeanette, age 1, DOB: Dec. 1898, with parents J. William (30) DOB: Aug. 1869 and Emma H. (23) DOB: Sept. 1876, 2 of 2 children, marr 5 years, and Earle M. (5) DOB: June 1895

3. Found in the 1905 Minnesota state census, Wadena Co., Wadena, 1 June 1905, sheet 6, Jeanette A., age 6 5/12, POB: Minn., with parents James W. (34 9/12), POB: NY., and Emma H. (28 10/12), POB: Iowa, and Erle M. (10), POB: Minn.

4. Found in the 1910 U.S Census Minnesota, Wadena Co., Wadena, sheet 5B, Jeanette A., age 11, POB: Minn., with parents James W. (40), POB: NY., 1st marriage, married 16 yrs, and Emma H. (32), POB: Iowa, 4 of 4 children, Earl M. (14), POB: Minn., Wilburn (3) POB: Minn. and Alice D. (1 6/12) POB: Minn.

5. Found in the 1918 Los Angeles, CA. city directory; Whipple, Jeanette A clk W U T Co r Glendale (p. 2057)

6. Found in the 1920 U.S Census California, Los Angeles Co., Los Angeles, Jeanette age 21, POB: Minn, Fa. b. NY, Mo. b. Iowa, with husband Charles Aselin (24), renting at the home of Johns and Amelia Anderson


Name: Jeanette Adair Whipple
Gender: Female
Birth Date: 08 Dec 1898
Birthplace: Wadena, Minnesota
(minn births and christenings)

They had the following children:

+ 921 M i Charles Nelson Aselin

Charles married 1 (3) Pearl Rheuhama Evans on 28 Jul 1922 in Los Angles Co., CA. The marriage ended in divorce.Pearl was born on 17 Jan 1905 in Seligman, Barry Co., MO. She died on 27 Jan 2007 in Brea, Orange Co., CA.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Charles married 1 (4) Alta Catherine Thompsen on 16 Jun 1930 in Los Angles Co., CA. The marriage ended in divorce.Alta was born on 11 Aug 1902 in Richmond, Cache Co., Utah. She died on 8 Jul 1976 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake Co., UT.

1. Daughter of James Thompson and Caroline Christensen. (Imm. 1885 from Denmark)

2. Found in the 1910 U.S Census Utah, Cache Co., Richmond Precinct, Richmond City, sheet 7A, age 7, with parents James (55) and Caroline (45), 5 of 7 children, marr. 18 yrs and siblings; Mary (17), M. Ebba (16), James (14) and Michael (5)

3. Found in the 1920 U.S Census Utah, Cache Co., Part of Logan City, sheet 6A, age 7, North Main St., with mother Caroline (53), widow, rents, and sister Mary (26)

4. Found in the 1930 U.S Census California, Los Angeles Co., Los Angeles, CA., Block No. 86, Robinson Appt. 22-57, 923 South Union St., age 27, POB: Utah, Mo., Fa., born Denmark, chocolate dipper

5. Found in the 1938 Los Angeles, CA city directory; Thompsen, Alta C candy wrapper r330 W 41st pl (p. 2045)

6. Found in the 1940 U.S Census California, Los Angeles Co., Los Angeles, CA., wd-5, (17 Apr '40) ED 60-375, sheet 11A, 3026 Brighton Ave., Alta Thompsen, age 27, ed; 8, divorced, POB: Utah, candy wrapper, lodger at the home of Harry C. Glesing (45) and his wife Alta (39)
(1935; same place)

7. Found in the 1944 Salt Lake City, UT city directory; Thompsen, Alta C clk Smith Faus Drug Co r64 E Burton
Thompsen, Caroline C (wid Jas) h64 E Burton av (p. 801)

8. Found in the 1952 Salt Lake City, UT city directory; Thompsen, Alta C clk Smith-Faus Drug h64 E Burton av (p. 956)

9. Found in the 1965 Salt Lake City, UT city directory; Thompsen, Alta C retd h64 E Burton av (p. 831)

10. Found in the 1970 Salt Lake City, UT city directory; Thompsen, Alta C retd h64 E Burton av (SSLC) (p. 831)

11. Found in the 1976 Salt Lake City, UT city directory; Thompsen, Alta C retd h64 E Burton av (SSLC) (p. 757)

12. THOMPSEN -- Funeral services for Alta Thompsen will be held Monday, 12 noon, in the Burton Ward Chapel, 2702 South Main. Friends may call Sunday, 6 to 8 p.m. at the Jenkins-Soffe Mortuary, 4760 South State and Monday at the church one hour prior to services. Interment, Wasatch Lawn Memorial Park. Funeral directors, V. C. Soffe & Sons. (Salt Lake Tribune, July 12, 1976, p. 30)

Charles married (5) Maude Alice Fletcher on 19 Jun 1933. Maude was born 1 on 14 Sep 1909 in San Rafael, Marin Co., CA. She died on 16 Feb 2003 in La Mesa, San Diego Co., CA.

1. Daughter of Matthew Michie Fletcher and Virginia Brooke Donaghe.
They were both from Virginia.
- FLETCHER
M. M. Fletcher Sr.. beloved husband of Virginia B. Fletcher, father of Matthew M. Fletcher Jr.. Mary B. Rose, Elizabeth Muse Smith and Maude Alice Aselin: brother of Richard J. Fletcher and Anna F. Stoddard. Private services today. Porest Lawn Mortuary in charge. (Dec. 1943)

2. Found in the 1910 U.S Census California, Marin Co., San Rafael, precinct 1, sheet 6A, age 7/12, with parents, Mashan[sp] M. (41) 1st marriage, marr. 17 yrs and Virginia B. (39) 1st marriage, marr. 17 yrs, 6 of 7 children and siblings, Virginia B. (16), Mashan M. Jr. (15), Katherine D. (14), Mary B. (9) and Elizabeth M. (4)

3. Found in the 1920 U.S Census California, Los Angeles Co., Los Angeles, wd-435, sheet 7A, 3000 Seaward Ave., age 10, with parents, Matthew M. (51) rents home and Virginia (49) and siblings, Matthew M. (25), Katherine D. (22), Mary B. (18) and Elizabeth M. (14)

4. Found in the 1929 Los Angeles, CA. city directory; Fletcher, Maude A sten r1534 S St Andrews pl (p. 880)

5. Found in the 1932 Los Angeles, CA. city directory; Fletcher, Maude A clk LAPD r1528 S Wilton pl (p. 735)

6. 1936: Found in the 1936 Los Angeles, CA. city directory; Aselin Maude clk LAPD r1131 S Bronson av (p. 148)

7. Found in the 1940 U.S Census California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles City, wd-56, (9 Apr '40) ED 60-1071, sheet 5B, 2149 1/2 Valentine St., rents, Maud age 30, ed; H3, POB: CA., with husband, Charles N. Aselin, age 44, ed; 8, POB: Wis. with daughter Adrian age 5/12, POB: CA. and servant Frances Paignon (28)
1935: same place

8. Found in the 1942 Los Angeles, CA. city directory; Aselin, Chas N (Maudie) h428 Gower (p. 169)
Aselin, Maude A clk LAPD r428 Gower (p. 169)

9. 1949: Found in the 1949 Torrance, CA. city directory; Aselin Chas N (Maudie) cash hi 15 Calle de Andalucia (Mail Redondo) (p. 42)

10. 1956: Found in the 1956 Torrance, CA. city directory; Aselin Chas M (Maude A) para mutual clk h 115 Calle De Andelucia ... FR 5-3511(p. 9)

11. 1959: Found in the 1959 Torrance, CA. city directory; Aselin Maude A Mrs steno LA Police Dept(SnPdro) h156 Paseo De La Concha Apt G. FR 5-3511(p. 8)

They had the following children:

+ 922 F ii Living
+ 923 M iii Living

421. Arthur "Art" Edward Nixon (Alice Mabel Searle , Ellen Cymira Barnes , Sarah S. Sutton , Daniel , Philpot John ) was born 1 on 27 Nov 1900 in Sunnyside, Yakima Co., WA. He died 2 on 3 Jan 1990 in Sunnyside, Yakima Co., WA.

1. SUNNYSIDE
(list of local news)
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Nixon are rejoicing over the arrival of a son and heir. (The Yakima Herald, Dec. 6, 1900)

2. Found in the 1910 U.S Census Washington, King Co., Woodinville, district 1, sheet 13A, age 9

3. Found in the 1920 U.S Census Washington, Yakima Co., Sunnyside, dis 4, sheet 5B, age 19

4. Found in the 1930 U.S Census Washington, King Co., Rose Hill, District 364, sheet 14 A, King County Stockade, age 29, divorced, prisoner

5. Found in the 1940 U.S Census Washington(11 May '40), Yakima Co., Precinct 85, Twn 10N, R22E, (Sunnyside Rural 2), ed 39-85, sheet 11A, owns $400, age 39, b. Minn, ED; H3, with wife Mabel(28)

6. 1942: WWII Draft Registration Card: Arthur Edward Nixon, ser.# 1175, residence: R.F.D. #1 Sunnyside, Yakima, Wah., mailing address: same, age: 41, POB: Sunnyside, Wash., DOB: 27 Nov 1900, name and address of person who will always know your address: Mrs. Arthur Edward Nixon, Sunnyside, WA., Employer: City of Sunnyside, Place of employment: Sunnyside, Yakima, WA., race: white, height: 5' 7", weight: 180, eyes: Blue, hair: Blonde, Scar on upper lip, signed at Local Board No. 1, Yakima, Yakima Co., Washington, 14 Feb 1942

7. Obit: Arthur E. "Art" Nixon
Sunnyside - Arthur E. "Art" Nixon, age 89, a lifetime Sunnyside resident died Wednesday January 3rd at his home in Sunnyside. Art Nixon waqs born November 27, 1900 at Sunnyside to Edward and Alice Nixon. He spent his early years and received his education in Sunnyside. On April 2, 1938 Miss Mabel Hansen and Art Nixon were married at Colfax, WA. Following their marriage they made their home in Sunnyside where Art was employed by the City of Sunnyside until he retired in 1967. Following his retirement he continued to make his home in Sunnyside until the time of his death. He was a member of the Sunnyside Moose Lodge. Arthur E. "Art" Nixon is survived by his wife, Mabel Nixon of Sunnyside; two sisters, Eleanor Hanson of Toppenish and Edith Hewitt of Kent, WA; and by a number of nieces and nephews. He is also survived by three sister-in-laws, Katie Smith of Sunnyside, Marie Hayes of Portland, Ore. and Mae Gulick of Moscow, Idaho. He is preceded in death by his parents and one brother, Lawrence Nixon. Funeral Services for Arthur "Art" Nixon will be held Tuesday, January 9th at 1:30 P.M. at the Chapel of the Smith Funeral Home Sunnyside. Burial will be in the Sunnyside Cemetery under the direction of the Smith Funeral Home Sunnyside. Those wishing to honor his memory may contribute to the Lower Valley Hospice or the South Side Fire Department. Memorials may be left at the Funeral Home at the time of the service. (Yakima Herald Republic, Jan. 5, 1990)

Arthur married 1 (1) Helen Elizabeth Kinley on 7 Oct 1920 in Spokane Co., WA. The marriage ended in divorce.Helen was born on 31 Mar 1901 in Wisconsin. She died 2 on 3 Oct 1992 in Sun City, Riverside Co., CA.

1. Daughter of Charles Albert Kinley and Affa Schmidt (Smith).
- KINLEY -- Affa Kinley, of 727 Garden St., passed away at a local hospital Saturday, Sept. 12, following a lingering illness. She had lived in Bellingham for the past eight years and was fomerly a resident of Nooksack. Mrs. Kinley is survived by her husband, Charles A.; two daughters, Mrs. Frank Tenfold of Upland, Calif., Mrs. Waldo Altman of Bellingham; four grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted Wednesday, Sept. 16, at 2 p.m. from the Gillies Funeral Home in Lynden with the Rev. Clarence J. Forsberg of Bellingham, officiating. interment Greeacres Memorial Park. (1953)

2. Found in the 1910 U.S Census Illinois, Stephenson Co., Silver Creek, District 115, sheet 7B, age 9, at home with her parents, Charles A. (32) and Affa (32) and siblings Gertrude (6) and Howard R. (3)

3. Found in the 1920 U.S Census Washington, Yakima Co., Sunnyside precinct 49, District 206, sheet 1A, age 18, at home with her parents

4. Found in the 1930 U.S Census Washington, King Co., Seattle, District 147, sheet 14A, Fifteenth Ave., rents, age 29, wife of Charles McCumber, married 2 years, presser clothing factory, with Marie and Betty Nixon.

5. Found in the 1931 Seattle, WA. city directory; McCumber, Chas (Helen) h1312 14th av S apt J (p. 1098)

6. C. A. Kinley has received word that his daughter, Mrs. Helen Nixon of Los Angeles, has recently undergone an operation and is now on the road to recovery. Mrs. Kinley who has been visiting in Illinois, is now in Iowa, and will visit in Canton, S. D., before returning home. (Bellingham Herald, Oct. 4, 1935)

7. Found in the 1940 U.S Census California, Los Angeles Co., El Monte, (6 Apr '40) ED 19-162, sheet 5A, 900 Lansdale St., owns; $1500, age 38, ed; H-3, POB; South Dakota, with husband Frank Penfold (35) his son Eugene (13) and her daughters; Marie (17) and Betty (13)

8. Found in the 1944 Arcadia, CA. city directory; Penfold, Frank M (Helen) h2433 W Camino Real av (p. 371)

9. Found in the 1951 Ontario, CA. city directory; Penfold, Frank M (Helen E) pltrymn h2408 N Mountain av (p. 326)


Notes:
1. ssn issued Calif.
2. Married third Frank M. Penfold, 1935.

They had the following children:

  924 F i Mabel "Marie" Nixon was born 1 on 23 Oct 1923 in Bellingham, Whatcom Co., WA. She died on 5 Dec 2006 in Huntington Beach, Orange, Co., CA.

1. Found in the 1930 U.S Census Washington, King Co., Seattle, District 147, sheet 14A, Fifteenth Ave., age 7, with mother; Helen and step-daughter of Charles {McCumber}

2. NOOKSACK, July 30. -- Mr. and Mrs. Penfold and son Gene, and Misses Marie and Betty Nixon, of El Monte, Cal., left Wednesday after visiting several days with Mrs. Penfold's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas A. Kinley. They are returning home via Colorado, where they will visit relatives. (Bellingham Herald, July 31, 1938)

3. Found in the 1940 U.S Census California, Los Angeles Co., El Monte, (6 Apr '40) ED 19-162, sheet 5A, 900 Lansdale St., age 17, ed; H-2, POB; Wash, with Frank Penfold (35) his son Eugene (13) and her mother Helen (38) and Betty (13)

4. 1943: witness at the marriage of her sister Elizabeth Joyce Nixon and Robert H. Weis, at San Gabriel, CA., 31 Oct. 1943. (Residence: 129th St., Hawthorne, CA.)

5. Obit:
Clark-Schmidt, Marie M., 84, of Huntington Beach, died Dec. 5, 2006. A memorial service will be held Dec. 16 at 2 p.m. at Dilday Brothers Funeral Directors, 17911 Beach Blvd.,Huntington Beach, CA. Dilday Brothers Funeral Directors. (Orange County Register, Dec. 14, 2006)


Notes:
1. SSDI
Name: Marie M. Clark
Last Residence:
92646 Huntington Beach, Orange, California, USA
BORN: 23 Oct 1922
Died: 5 Dec 2006
State (Year) SSN issued: California (Before 1951)


Marie M Clark, 93
Address History
Huntington Beach, CA; Fountain Valley, CA; Santa Ana, CA; Sun City, CA
Relatives: Vera Schmidt, Ole Schmidt
        Mabel married Living.
+ 925 F ii Living

Arthur married 1 (2) Mabel S. Hansen on 2 Apr 1938 in Colfax, Whitman Co., WA. Mabel was born on 17 Mar 1912 in Mableton, Monona Co., IA. She died on 1 Feb 2012 in Sunnyside, Yakima Co., WA.

1. Daughter of Andrew Nelson Hansen and Stella M. Jordan.

2. Found in the 1920 U.S Census Washington, Whitman Co., Bethel, dis 152, sheet 1B, Palouse City Rd., age 8, at home with her parents; Andrew (44) rents and Stella M. (34) and siblings, May M. (15), Maria (11), Ruby (9), Katey (6) and Nora (4)

3. Found in the 1930 U.S Census Washington, Whitman Co., Turnbow precinct 54, dis 57, sheet 5A, age 18, at home with her parents; Andrew and Stella.

4. Found in the 1940 U.S Census Washington (11 May '40), Yakima Co., Precinct 85, Twn 10N, R22E, (Sunnyside Rural 2), ed 39-85, sheet 11A, owns 400$, age 28, b. Iowa, ED; H3, with husband Arthur(39)

5. Sunnyside looks better today thanks to Loving Sunnyside Initiative
SUNNYSIDE -- Normally, volunteers with the Loving Sunnyside Initiative paint houses beige, brown or gray.
On Saturday, Mabel Nixon received a fresh coat of pink. "She's 99, she can get what she wants," said Leroy Werkhoven, one of the coordinators of the twice-yearly church-led effort to paint homes, clear weeds and generally spruce up the city.
The group, comprised mostly of congregation members of several Sunnyside churches, typically tackles six homes each round, just as it did Saturday morning. It has 35 houses under its belt after three years in operation, and will pull out the brushes and paint again in October. Nixon stood on the porch in her neighborhood of modest houses with peeling paint surrounded by patchy grass huddled near a convenience store. She watched as a team of young and old clad in bright green T-shirts made her home of 72 years gleam in a brief spell of morning sunshine. "Bless them, I think they're great," she said.
The group's leaders pick the houses during their routine bike rides through town. If they see a home in disrepair, they knock on the door. They agree to help the elderly, those with physical limitations and those who can't afford the work themselves. They also don't work on rentals. ... (May 14, 2011)

5. Obit: MABEL NIXON STARK
Mabel Nixon Stark, 99, a long-time Sunnyside resident, was reunited with her Heavenly Father and five sisters on Wednesday, Feb. 1, 2012. She was born March 17, 1912 in Mapleton, Iowa to Andrew and Stella (Jordan) Hanson.
Mabel graduated from Palouse High School in Palouse. Mabel later moved to Sunnyside. She met and later married Arthur Nixon in 1938 in Colfax and together they made their home in Sunnyside, until his passing in 1990. In 1994 she married Jay Stark in Moscow, Idaho and they together made their home in Sunnyside, until his passing in 1999. Mabel enjoyed art, spending time with her sisters and traveling. She was a former member of the First Christian Church and a current member of the Sunnyside Seventh-Day Adventist Church.
Mabel is survived by several nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her husbands, Arthur Nixon and Jay Stark; her five sisters, Ruby Crooks, Nora Hacker, Marie Hayes, Mae Gulick and Katie C. Smith. Viewing and visitation will be held Monday Feb. 6, 2012, from 1 to 5 p.m. at Smith Funeral Home in Sunnyside. Funeral services will be held Tuesday Feb. 7, 2012, at 10:30 a.m. at Smith Funeral Home in Sunnyside, with burial to follow at Sunnyside Cemetery. Smith Funeral Home Ltd. and Crematory in Sunnyside is in charge of arrangements. (Daily Sun News, Feb. 3, 2012)


Notes:
1. Her sister: KATIE C. SMITH
Katie C. Smith, 93, a long-time Sunnyside resident, passed away Thursday, Nov. 2, 2006, in Sunnyside. Katie was born May 23, 1913, in Sweet Grass, Mont., the daughter of Andrew and Stella (Jordan) Hansen. At a young age, she with her family moved to Palouse before moving to Sunnyside in 1926, where Katie completed her education. On July 24, 1934, she married Ike Smith in Palouse. Following their marriage, they made Sunnyside their home. Katie worked in fruit warehouses. Katie owned and operated Katie’s Beauty Salon in Sunnyside on Edison Avenue for many years.
She was a member of the First Christian Church and Sunnyside Seventh Day Adventist Church.
Katie enjoyed her work, people, collection of knick-knacks, traveling, celebrating Christmas and her dog, Joey. Katie is survived by her sister, Mabel Nixon Stark of Sunnyside; and several nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband, Ike Smith; and four sisters, Nora Hacker, Ruby Crooks, Marie Hayes and Mae Gulick. Viewing and visitation will be held Thursday, Nov. 9, 2006, from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. at Smith Funeral Home, Sunnyside. Funeral services will be held Friday, Nov. 10, 2006, at 1 p.m. at Smith Funeral Home, Sunnyside. Burial will follow at Sunnyside Cemetery under the direction of Smith Funeral Home. Those wishing to honor Katie’s memory may contribute to the Sunnyside Seventh Day Adventist Church.

424. Edith Genevieve Nixon (Alice Mabel Searle , Ellen Cymira Barnes , Sarah S. Sutton , Daniel , Philpot John ) was born 1 on 26 Aug 1914 in Seattle, King Co., WA. She died 2 on 27 Oct 1994 in Kent, King Co., WA.

1. Births
To Mrs. and Mr. Edward Nixon, 7333 42nd Ave. S., a daughter, August 26. (Seattle Daily Times, Oct. 8, 1914, p. 8)

2. Found in the 1920 U.S Census Washington, Yakima Co., Sunnyside, dis 4, sheet 5B, age 5, at home with parents.

3. Found in the 1930 U.S Census Washington, Yakima Co., W. Sunnyside, precinct 87, district 8, sheet# 1B, age 16, at home with parents.

4. Found in the 1940 U.S Census Washington(6 Apr '40), Yakima Co., Sunnyside, sheet 3B, ED 39-82, West Edison St., age 25, b. Washington, ED; H4, Single, with mother Alice(63) and Eleanor(29)

5. Found in the 1943 Seattle, WA. city directory; Hewitt, Forde H (Edith G) electn S-TSC h5813 Renton (p. 515)

6. Found in the 1957 Seattle, WA. city directory; Hewitt, Forde H (Edith) formn Agutter Elec Co h3318 34th av S (p. 677)

7. Obit: Edith G. Hewitt
Age 80, of Kent, died October 27, 1994. Beloved mother of Alan, Federal Way and Roger, Kent, Wash. Also survived by five granchildren. In keeping with her wishes, there will be no services. Memorials are suggested to the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center. Arrangements by BONNEY-WATSON Federal Way, 1535 S.W. Dash Pt. Road. (Seattle Post Intelligencer, Mon. Oct. 31, 1994, p. B2)

Edith married 1 Forde Harding Hewitt on 14 Feb 1942 in Seattle, King Co., WA. Forde was born 2 on 26 Jan 1913 in {Medicine Hat}, Alberta, CAN. He died 3 on 29 Dec 1980 in Seattle, King Co., WA.

1. Son of Leon Hewitt and Mildred Kathleen Coons. There is a Leon Hewitt age 17 in the 1901 Canadian Census of Ontario, Nipissing, North Bay. There is a Leon (27) and Catherin (M) (24) Hewitt in the 1911 Canadian Census of Medicine Hat, Alberta.
Death Takes Leon Hewitt of Bellevue
- Leon Hewitt, 74, a retired Bellevue real-estate operator, died Sunday at his home, 1653 92nd Av. N. E. Bellevue. Funeral services will be held at 1 o'clock tomorrow in Green's Chapel of Flowers, Bellevue. Burial will be in Acacia. Mr. Hewitt was born at Ingersoll, Ont. He came to Seattle in 1916 and was Northwest sales manager for the Conklin Pen Co. from 1918 to 1933. Mr. Hewitt established his real-estate business in 1933. He founder of the Bellevue Lions Club. He was a past master of Lakeside Lodge No. 258, F. & A. M. under whose auspices funeral services will be held. He also was a founder of the Washington State Bank and an early proponent of the Lake Washington Floating Bridge. Surviving are three sons, Mitchell H. and Forde H. Hewitt, both of Seattle, and Russell L. Hewitt, Tacoma, and six grandchildren. (Oct. 1957)
- HEWITT -- Kathleen M., at Bellevue; beloved wife of Mr. Leon Hewitt, mother of Mitchell, Forde and Russell Hewitt. Funeral services Thursday, January 21, at 2 p.m., Sessions Mortuary, Kirkland. (Jan. 1937)

2. Found in the 1916 Census of Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta; Alberta, Medicine Hat, district 40, sub-district 16, p. 22, Lot 69, 4th, W., Hewitt, Ford H., age 3, POB: Alberta, English, Presbyterian, with parents Leon (31) and Mildred (28) and brothers, Mitchell (4) and Russell (1)

3. Also found in the 1916 Census of Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta; Alberta, Macleod, district 39, sub-district 21, Stavely, p. 7, Lot 13, 27, 4., Hewitt, Ford, age 3, POB: Alberta, Irish, Presbyterian, with grandparents Leroy (57) and Margaret (55) and Uncle Arthur (30)

4. Found in the 1920 U.S Census Washington, King Co., Seattle 207-wd, T625, Roll 1929, p. 96, sheet 9A, age 7, at home with parents, Leon age 36, b. CAN and Mildred age 32, b. Ohio.

5. Found in the 1930 U.S Census Washington, King Co., Bellevue, sheet 4B, age 17, at home with parents, Leon age 45, b. CAN and Mildred age 40, b. Ohio, siblings; Mitchell H., and Russell L.

6. Hewitt, Winner, Claims All-City 175-Pound Title
Forde Hewitt, hard-punching Y.M.C.A. boxer, today claims the city amateur light-heavyweight championship, following his victory this week over Walt Peterson of the Seattle A. C. Hewitt stopped Peterson in the first round of the weekly smoker at the Central "Y". (Seattle Daily Times, July 31, 1936)

7. Found in the 1940 U.S Census Washington, King Co., Seattle, ED 40-139B, sheet 62A, Block 57, Forde Hewitt, age 27, single, ed;H-4, working at private club

8. 1940: WWII Draft Registration Card: Forde Harding Hewitt, ser.# 2676, residence: 730 16th No. Seattle, King, Wash., mailing address: same, age: 27, POB: Seattle, Wash., DOB: 26 Jan 1913, name and address of person who will always know your address: Mr. Norman S. Lincoln, friend, 4210 Brooklyn Ave. Seattle, King, Wash., Employer: City of Seattle Light Dept., Place of employment: City Light Bldg Seattle, King, Wash., race: white, height: 5' 10", weight: 170, eyes: Brown, hair: Brown, Scar on left side of face near ear, signed at Local Board No. 6, Seattle, King Co., Wash., 16 Oct 1940

9. Found in the 1943 Seattle, WA. city directory; Hewitt, Forde H (Edith G) electn S-TSC h5813 Renton (p. 515)

10. Found in the 1957 Seattle, WA. city directory; Hewitt, Forde H (Edith) formn Agutter Elec Co h3318 34th av S (p. 677)

11. Obit: Forde Harding Hewitt
Beloved husband of Edith G. Father of Roger L. and Alan E. Hewitt. Brother of Russell L. Hewitt. Three grandchildren. No services at his request. Remembrances suggested to Northwest Kidney Center. Arrangements by Columbia Funeral Home. (Seattle Times, Dec. 30, 1980, p. D5)


Notes:
1. Held Western Washington amateur middleweight and light heavyweight boxing title 1936.

They had the following children:

+ 926 M i Living
  927 M ii Living
        Living married Living.

425. William "Bill" Henry Jr. Harrison (Genevieve Persis Searle , Ellen Cymira Barnes , Sarah S. Sutton , Daniel , Philpot John ) was born 1 on 28 Nov 1917 in Sunnyside, Yakima Co., WA. He died 2 on 27 Aug 2000 in Sunnyside, Yakima Co., WA.

1. Found in the 1920 U.S Census Washington, Yakima Co., Sunnyside, dis 4, sheet 16B, Highland Ave., age 2 1/12

2. Found in the 1930 U.S Census Washington, Yakima Co., Sunnyside, precinct 85, dis 8, sheet 8B, age 12.

3. WWII Draft Registration Card; ser# 466, Harrison, William H., Address; 1115 W. Lewis, Pasco, Franklin, Wn., Age; 22, DOB; Nov 28, 1917, POB; Sunnyside, Wash., Person who will always know your address; Mrs. Genevieve Harrison, mother, Sunnyside, Yakima, Wn., Employer; U.S.B.R., Place of employment; 201 W. Lewis, Pasco, Franklin, Wn., Race; white, Height; 5' 9", Weight; 135, Eyes;Blue, Hair;Brown, Scars; scar on right of throat, Local Board, Pasco, Franklin County, Washington, Oct 16, 1940

4. Obit;
William (Bill) Harrison, 82, a longtime Sunnyside resident, died Sunday in Sunnyside.
He worked in Ephrata and California after his graduation from Washington State University, then returned to Sunnyside in 1947 to work for the Soil Conservation Service. He is survived by his wife, Celia Harrison of Sunnyside; a daughter, Cynthia Uhlenkott of Moses Lake, Wash.; and two granddaughters. The funeral will be at 11 a.m. Wednesday in the chapel of Smith Funeral Home, Sunnyside. (The Yakima-Herald 28 Aug 2000)

William married 1 Celia Mae Rowley on 20 Feb 1943 in Franklin Co., WA. Celia was born on 28 Aug 1918 in Benton City, Benton Co., WA. She died on 9 Apr 2010 in Moses Lake, Grant Co., WA.

1. Daughter of Champion "Erle" Rowley and Camella Viola Hoover.
- Wauneta, a small town of some 700 residents, is located in southeast Chase County, sprawling on both sides of the Frenchman River where it curves from west to south.
On the west bank of the river, near a little waterfall, Wauneta's first settlers, George Rowley and his wife, built the first dwelling in 1875. It was a spacious seven-room soddie, with three bedrooms and board floors, and was the birthplace of Chase County's first white child, Earl Champion Rowley. Tragedy was to come to this family some time later when George was killed by marauding Cheyenne Indians when returning home from Ogallala with supplies.
An old-fashioned square piano was a cherished possession of Mrs.Rowley. Visitors to the Rowley home were treated to piano music and songs she sang for trappers, cow-boys, and other settlers in this lonely out-post.
A frequent request was for the Spanish love song "Juanita." When the town site was surveyed in 1887, the post office given the name Juanita, spelled "Wauneta," to distinguish it from the Nebraska town of Juniata in Adams County. (section from; Wauneta, by Gladys Hummel, https://casde.unl.edu/history/counties/chase/wauneta/ )

2. Found in the 1920 U.S Census Washington, Benton Co., Kiona, District 28, sheet 7A, age 1 4/12, at home with her parents, Champion E. (42) owns home and Camalla V. (34) and siblings, Olive E. (11) and Louis H. (9)

3. Found in the 1930 U.S Census Washington, Benton Co., Kiona, District 16, sheet 1A, age 11, at home with her parents, C. Erle (52) age 1st marr 24yrs, owns home $16,000 and Camella V. (44) and Olive E. Spencer (18). The next family is Louis H. Rowley (19), rents $10, his wife, Ida L. (16) and son Robert E. (1/12).

4. Found in the 1940 U.S Census Washington, Benton Co., Kiona, (15 Apr '40) ED 3-14, sheet 4B, age 21, ed; C-3, POB; Wash, with parents; C.E. (62) (owns $3000) and Camilla (55)

5. Obit:
Celia M. Harrison, 91, of Moses Lake and a former longtime Sunnyside resident passed away on Friday, April 9, 2010, in Moses Lake. Celia was born Aug. 28, 1918 in Benton City to Erle Rowley and Camilla (Hoover) Rowley. She graduated from Kiona-Benton High School in 1936 and from Washington State College (WSU) in 1940 and had one year of graduate school in the field of social work.
Celia worked at the Benton County Welfare Office before her marriage to William H. Harrison in 1943. The couple moved to California and returned to Washington State in 1947. Celia volunteered as a home service worker for the Red Cross. Celia was a life member of United Methodist Church. She taught Sunday school and was president of United Methodist Women, member of AAUW, Chapter L PEO, Sun-wa Garden Club, Nouvella Club and Tops 522.
She is survived by her daughter, Cynthia (Glen) Uhlenkott of Moses Lake; granddaughters, Kristi (Alex) Bryant and Annette (Dan) Uhlenkott-Trippel; great-granddaughters, Annika Trippel and Grace Trippel; and two nieces, Carol Foulks and Nancy Stuller. Celia was preceded in death by her husband, William Harrison; her parents; one sister; and one brother.
Viewing and visitation will be held Friday, April 16, 2010, from 9 a.m. until noon followed by funeral service at 1 p.m. at Smith Funeral Home in Sunnyside. Burial will follow at Sunnyside Cemetery.
Those wishing to honor Celia's memory may contribute to the United Methodist Church in Sunnyside. Those wishing to sign Celia's online memorial book may do so at www.funeralhomesmith.com Smith Funeral Home in Sunnyside is in charge of arrangements. (Daily Sun News, 13 Apr. 2010)

They had the following children:

+ 928 F i Living

426. Francis "Helen" Searle (Charles Wilbur Searle , Ellen Cymira Barnes , Sarah S. Sutton , Daniel , Philpot John ) was born 1 on 22 Dec 1911 in Sunnyside, Yakima Co., WA. She died on 2 Nov 1999 in Sunnyside, Yakima Co., WA.

1. Found in the 1920 U.S Census Washington, Yakima Co., Sunnyside, district 205, sheet 4, age 8

2. Found in the 1930 U.S Census Washington, Yakima Co., Sunnyside, district 84, sheet 6B, Apr 4, age 18

3. Found in the 1930 U.S Census Washington, Clark Co., Evergreen, district 6, sheet 1B, Farm Market No. 51, boards at the home of Milton Adams, a son John M., Apr 15, age 18

4. Found in the 1931 Yakima County; Sunnyside, WA city directory; Adams, John M (F Helen) lab r 340 N 13th (p. 590)
5. Found in the 1932 Yakima County; Sunnyside, WA city directory; Adams, John M (Helen) lab r Jasper N Duffield (p. 550)

6. Found in the 1940 U.S census of Washington, Yakima Co., Sunnyside, (8 Apr 1940), Ed 39-80, sheet 81A, age 27, ed H-4, POB; Wash., with husband Jack (33)

7. Obit; SUNNYSIDE---Helen S. Laird, age 87, longtime Sunnyside resident went to be with her Lord and Savior on Tuesday, November 2, 1999 from Hillcrest Manor Nursing Home, Sunnyside, WA. Helen S. Laird was born December 22, 1911 at Sunnyside, Washington, the daughter of Wilbur and Queen (Gilbert) Searle. She spend (spent) her early years and received her education in Sunnyside and later graduated from Sunnyside High School. She made her home in Sunnyside and later Battle Ground, WA and then returned to Sunnyside to care for her mother. Helen made Sunnyside her home until the time of her death. She was a faithful member of the Sunnyside Seventh-day Adventist Church. Helen is survived by a number of nieces and nephews, 2 grandchildren and a number of great-grandchildren, and many friends in the Sunnyside community. She is preceded in death by her parents, 2 sons, Ronald and Donald, 3 brothers, and 4 sisters. Funeral Services will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Monday, November 8, 1999 at the Sunnyside seventh-day Adventist Church. Burial will be in the Lower Valley Memorial Gardens, Sunnyside. Viewing will be held on Sunday, November 7th from 3:00 p.m. until 6:00 p.m. at the Smith Funeral Home, Sunnyside and at the Sunnyside seventh-day Adventist Church on Monday, November 8th from 9:00 a.m. until the time of the service. Those wishing to honor her memory may contribute to the charity of the donor's choice. Memorials may be left at the church at the time of the service. (Yakima Herald Republic, Nov. 6, 1999)

Francis married 1 (1) John "Jack" M. Adams on 31 Jul 1930 in Yakima Co., WA. John was born 2 on 23 Nov 1906 in Holdingford, Stearns Co., MN. He died 3 on 27 Apr 1994 in Vancouver, Clark Co., WA.

1.Son of Milton R. Adams and Rminda Gates.

2. Found in the 1910 U.S Census of Minnesota, Stearns Co., Holdingford Twp, dis 141, sheet 13 A, age 3, with his parents.

3. Minnesota Land Records
ADAMS, Milton
Land Office: Crookston
Document Number: 05158 Total Acres: 160
Misc. Doc. Nr.: 0 Signature: Yes
Canceled Document: No Issue Date: July 29, 1914
Mineral Rights Reserved: No Metes and Bounds: No
Survey Date: Statutory Reference: 12 Stat. 392
Act or Treaty: Homestead Entry Original May 20, 1862
Accession/Serial Nr.:424197
BLM Serial Nr. MN CR 0005158
ADDITIONAL GLO SERIAL #05831
Remarks: ASSIGNEE OF GEORGE S ARMSTRONG

Legal Land Description:
AliquotParts Sec./Block Twnshp Rng Fract.Section Meridian State Counties SurveyNr.

E½NE 21/ 155-N 39-W No 5th PM MN Marshall
E½SE 21/ 155-N 39-W No 5th PM MN Marshall

4. Found in the 1920 U.S Census of Washington, Clark Co., Evergreen, dis 10, sheet 2B, age 13,

5. Found in the 1930 U.S Census of Washington, Clark Co., Evergreen, dis 6, sheet 1B, Farm Market No. 51, age 23, at home with parents.

6. Found in the 1931 Yakima County; Sunnyside, WA city directory; Adams, John M (F Helen) lab r 340 N 13th (p. 590)
7. Found in the 1932 Yakima County; Sunnyside, WA city directory; Adams, John M (Helen) lab r Jasper N Duffield (p. 550)

8. Found in the 1940 U.S Census of Washington, Yakima Co., Sunnyside, (8 Apr 1940), Ed 39-80, sheet 81A, age 33, ed 8, POB; Minn., with wife Helen (27)

9. Obit John Adams
Battle Ground resident John "Jack" Adams died April 27, 1994, in Vancouver. He was 87. Adams was born on Nov. 23, 1906, in Holdingsford, MN. He had been a Clark County resident for 80 years and had been employed in agriculture and by an aluminum plant. Adams was an avid trapper and enjoyed hunting, fishing and outdoor recreation. Survivors include granddaughters, Connie Woods of Salem, OR, and Sherrie Adams of Vancouver; and numerous nieces and nephews. Adams was preceded in death by his sons, Don, who died in 1966, and Ron, who died in 1992. Graveside services were held at Lewisville Cemetery. Layne's Funeral Home in Battle Ground is in charge of arrangements. (The Reflector, Battle Ground, Clark Co., WA. Apr 1994)

They had the following children:

+ 929 M i Ronald Jack Adams
  930 M ii Donald Gene Adams was born 1 on 20 Oct 1946 in Yakima Co., WA. He died 2 on 5 Sep 1966 in Washington.

1. U.S. Army Personnel and Dependent Casualties, 1961-1981
Name: Donald G Adams
Birth Date: 1946
Gender: Male
Race: Caucasian (White)
Casualty Category: Non-battle Dead
Casualty Status: Non-hostile Dead: Died Out-right (previous)
Casualty Date: 5 Sep 1966
Report Date: 5 Sep 1966
Military Occupation: Combat Engineer (army)
Personnel Catagory: Active Duty Army
Military Class: Enlisted Personnel
Rank: Specialist Fourth Class

Francis married 1 (2) Willie Elliott Laird on 19 Oct 1957 in Sunnyside, Yakima Co., WA. Willie was born on 5 Aug 1912 in Waco, McLennan Co., TX. He died 2 on 5 Jun 1977 in Vancouver, Clark Co., WA.

1. Found in the 1920 U.S Census Texas, Upshur Co., Justice Precinct 7, sheet 4A, age 7, with parents, Edd (42) and May (38) and siblings, Eddie May (11), Mack (4 4/12) and Pat (2 5/12)

2. Found in the 1940 U.S Census Colorado, Larimer Co., Grange, (17 Apr '40) ED 35-10, sheet 11B, RFD 3, age 27, with wife Lois E. (19) at the home of his father-in-law Herman H. Voss (49) and Meda E. (48)

3. 1942: WWII Draft Registration Card: Willie Elliott Laird, ser.# 3653, residence: Rt 2, Box 11, Corpus Christi, Nueces, Texas, mailing address: same, age: 29, POB: Waco, Texas, DOB: 5 Aug 1912, name and address of person who will always know your address: H. H. Voss, 1717 W. Mulberry, Ft. Collins, Colorado, Employer: Naval Air Station, Corpus Christi, Texas, Place of employment: Guard, Naval Air Station, Corpus Christi, Nueces, Texas, race: white, height: 5' 8 1/2", weight: 142, eyes: Hazel, hair: Brown, Army Serial - 6259071, signed at Local Board No. 1, Nueces Co., Texas, 16 Feb 1942

4. Pvt Willie E Laird, former Fort Collins soldier who was reported missing Dec 21 during the ‘Battle of the Bulge” in Belgium and Luxembourg has now been reported a prisoner of war in Germany a postcard from his mother-in-law Mrs. H. H. Voss of Battleground, Wash. said today. His wife, Mrs. Lois Laird, a private in the Women’s Army corps, has received a prison camp card from him saying he was well, Mrs. Voss wrote. He was serving with the 106th division when captured. (Fort Collins Coloradoan, March 27, 1945, p. 2)

5. Former Local Man Freed in Germany
Pvt Willie E. Laird former Fort Collins man who was taken prisoner by the Germans during the Belgian Bulge battle last Dec. 21, has been liberated and returned to American control his parents-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Voss of Battleground Wash., have been informed by the War department. A postcard from Mrs. Voss brought the information here today. He is the husband of Pvt Lois E. Laird of the Women's Army corps. Pvt Laird was serving with the 106th division when captured. His liberation presumably by the advance of American forces, occurred April 20. (Fort Collins Coloradoan, May 3, 1945, p. 2)


Notes:
1. Was from Sunnyside at time of marriage; 1957.
2. POW info ??
Name Willie E Laird
Ser. Number 37340976
Grade Private
Service Army
Arm Infantry
First Report 12/21/1944
Last Report 05/04/1945
Organization Branch Immaterial Infantry Division Band Dental Co
Parent Unit 0423
Unit Type Group Regiment Commands System
Area European Theatre Germany
Source Official Sources
Status Liberated Or Repatriated
Detaining Power Germany
3. Married Lois Voss, 6 Mar 1937, Loveland, Larimer Co., CO.

427. Harold Gilbert Searle (Charles Wilbur Searle , Ellen Cymira Barnes , Sarah S. Sutton , Daniel , Philpot John ) was born on 14 Feb 1913 in Sunnyside, Yakima Co., WA. He died 1 on 9 Mar 1991 in Yakima City, Yakima Co., WA.

1. Found in the 1920 U.S Census Washington, Yakima Co., Sunnyside, district 205, sheet 4, age 6

2. Found in the 1930 U.S Census Washington, Yakima Co., Sunnyside, district 84, sheet 6B, age 17

3. Vital Statistics
Marriage Licenses
Harold G. Searle, 21, Sunnyside, Dorothy A. Neal, 17, Outlook (Seattle Daily Times, Aug. 19, 1933)

4. Found in the 1940 U.S Census Washington(8 May '40), Yakima Co., Precinct 85, Twn 10N, R22E, (Sunnyside Rural 2), ed 39-85, sheet 9A, Cemetery Rd., rents 8$, age 28, b. Washington, ED; H2, with wife Anna Belle(23), children; Roberta Ann(6) and Joan(4)

5. 1941: WWII Draft Registration card; Harold G. Searle, ser# 1559, address: Sunnyside, Yakima, Wash., Mailing address: same, age; 27, DOB; 14 Feb 1913, POB; Sunnyside, Wash., Occp; , Name and address of person who will always know your address; Mrs. Harold G. Searle, wife, Sunnyside, Yakima, Wash., Employer; A. Z. Well, Place of employment; Aswell, Chelan, Wash., race; white, height; 5' 8 1/2", weight; 170, eyes; Blue, hair; Brown, Local Board No. 1, Sunnyside, Yakima County, Washington, [no date]

6. Obit:
YAKIMA - Harold G. Searle, 78, of Yakima, formerly of Toppenish passed away on Saturday, March 9, 1991, at the St. Elizabeth Medical Center in Yakima. He was born on February 14, 1913 in Sunnyside, the son of Charles Wilbur and Queen Genevieve (Gilbert) Searle. Harold attended schools in both Sunnyside and Granger. He enjoyed all sports in school. He then worked for various farms throughout the valley during the depression. He married Annabelle Neal on August 18, 1933 in Seattle. Harold and Annabelle made their home in Toppenish. Harold began work for the Del Monte Corporation as a night watchman in 1941. He retired with a 35 year pin as a foreman in the agricultural division in 1976. His work took him through much of the valley and the basin, from which he developed many friendships. Harold enjoyed hunting, fishing and all outdoor activities. He taught his grandchildren to appreciate the art and enjoyment of hunting. Harold was the backbone of the Searle family. He was a lot of fun; had a gruff exterior but was actually very tender hearted. Harold was a proud man who was highly thought of in his community. He will be deeply missed by family, friends and his community. Harold is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Vernon (Roberta) Crain and Mrs. Joann Roth, both of Portland; two brothers, Donald Searle of Sunnyside and George Searle of Mt. Vernon, Wa; four sisters, Helen Laird and Dorothy Bracelin, both of Sunnyside, Harriette Deyo of Yakima and Alice Suhadolnik of Proser; six grandchildren and nine great grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his wife, Annabelle, on May 18, 1975, and also by two grandchildren. Funeral services for Harold will be held Friday, March 15, at 11 a.m. in the Colonial Funeral Home Chapel. Vault interment and concluding services will be in the Lower Valley Memorial Gardens in Sunnyside. For those wishing to make donations in Harold’s memory, the family suggests the American Cancer Society. These can be handled through the Colonial Funeral Home at your convenience. (Yakima Herald Republican, March 13, 1991)


Notes:
1. Occupation: Foreman, Del Monte Corporation
2. Burial of Harold was in Lower Valley Memorial Gardens in Sunnyside, Washington. (From Obituary) Harold G. Searle, 78, of Yakima, formerly of Toppenish passed away on Saturday March 9, 1991, at the St. Elizabeth Medical Center in Yakima. He was born on February 14, 1913 in Sunnyside, the son of Charles Wilbur and Queen Genevieve (Gilbert) Searle.

Harold married 1 Dorothy "Annabelle" Neal on 18 Aug 1933 in Seattle, King Co., WA. Dorothy was born on 7 Sep 1916 in Yakima Co., WA. She died 2 on 18 May 1975 in Toppenish, Yakima Co., WA.

1. Daughter of Frank A. Neal and Mary Heinen.
- FUNERAL SERVICES SET FOR FRANK NEAL 77
YAKIMA, Aug. 10. - Final rites for Frank Neal will be held in the Smith funeral home in Sunnyside at 2 p. m. Monday. Burial will be in the Sunnyside cemetery. Born in Iowa, Neal moved to Yakima valley in 1919 and farmed in the Sunnyside district until be retired and moved to Yakima. He is survived by a son, Frank of The Dalles, Ore., four daughters, Mrs. Russell Young and Mrs. Clarence Euram of Yakima, Mrs. Alice Gray of Seattle and Mrs. Harold Searles of Toppenish, a brother, Thomas of Tryon, Neb., three sisters, Mrs. Eunice Nickle of Boise, Idaho, Mrs. Alice Palmer of Sutherland, Neb., and Mrs. Laura Jewett of Big Piney, Wyo., 11 grandchildren and 14 great grandchildren. (Aug. 1952)

2. Found in the 1920 U.S Census Washington, Yakima Co., West Naches, dis 208, sheet 14A, age 3 3/12, with parents; Frank A. (45) and Mary (39), and siblings; Archie (19), Marjorie (14), Arlene (9), Violet L. (5) and Frank A.

3. Found in the 1930 U.S Census Washington, Yakima Co., Outlook, sheet 8A, age 12, with parents; Frank A. (55) and Mary (49), and siblings; Luella V. (15) and Frank A. (10)

4. Found in the 1940 U.S Census Washington (8 May '40), Yakima Co., Precinct 85, Twn 10N, R22E, (Sunnyside Rural 2), ed 39-85, sheet 9A, Cemetery Rd., rents 8$, age 23, b. Washington, ED; H2, with husband Harold(28), children; Roberta Ann(6) and Joan(4)
Supplemental: Fa. b. Iowa, Mo. b. Iowa

5. Obit: SEARLE - Funeral services for Mrs. Annabelle Neal Searle, 58, of 206 N. Date St., Toppenish, who passed away Sunday, May 18 in her home, will be held Wednesday, May 21, at 11 a.m. in COLONIAL FUNERAL HOME CHAPEL, Toppenish. Rev. Oren Walters will officiate. Interment will be at the Lower Valley Memorial Gardens, Sunnyside. Pallbearers will be Lee and Vernon Crain, Glen Kern, David, Donald, and Dennis Roth. Mrs. Searle was born at Dufur, Ore. and had lived in the Toppenish area for the past 33 years. She married Harold Searle August 18, 1933, in Seattle. She was a member of the United Methodist Church, Toppenish. She is survived by her husband, Harold Searle of the home; two daughters, Mrs. Roberta Crain of Portland, Ore. and Mrs. Joann Roth of Toppenish; three sisters, Alice Grey of Seattle, Mrs. Margery Young and Mrs. Luella Durham both of Yakima; one brother, Frank Neal of Portland, Ore.; and eight grandsons, Lee and Kenneth Crain, Glen and Steven Kern, David, Dennis, Darren, and Daryl Roth; and numerous nieces and nephews. (Yakima Herald Republic, May 20, 1975)

They had the following children:

+ 931 F i Roberta Ann Searle
+ 932 F ii Living

428. Harriett L. Searle (Charles Wilbur Searle , Ellen Cymira Barnes , Sarah S. Sutton , Daniel , Philpot John ) was born 1 on 10 Aug 1914 in Sunnyside, Yakima Co., WA. She died 2 on 20 Sep 1995 in Yakima, Yakima Co., WA.

1. Found in the 1920 U.S Census Washington, Yakima Co., Sunnyside, district 205, sheet 4, age 5

2. Found in the 1930 U.S Census Washington, Yakima Co., Sunnyside, district 84, sheet 6B, age 16

3. 1937: witness at the marriage of her sister; Alice and Frank Suhadolnik, 25 Nov. 1937, (Mrs. Gerald Deyo)

4. Found in the 1940 U.S Census Washington, Yakima Co., Toppenish, (5 Apr 1940), precinct 1, ed 39-90, sheet 4B, 88 West 6th Ave., rents; $17, ED; H-3, age 25, POB; Washington, with husband Gerald (26) and daughter Judith (2). Harriett lived at Sunnyside 1 Apr 1935.

5. Obit: Harriett S. Deyo
TOPPENISH - Harriett S. Deyo, 81, of Yakima, went to be with her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, on Wednesday, September 20, 1995. She passed away at the Valley Rehabilitation Center in Toppenish. Harriett was born on August 10, 1914 in Sunnyside, WA. The daughter of Wilbur and Queen (Gilbert) Searle. She attended schools in Sunnyside and graduated from Sunnyside High School in 1932. She married Gerald Deyo in Longview, WA. In April of 1935, and they resided in Sunnyside for a few years, before moving to Toppenish. While living in Sunnyside, Harriett worked for Haskins Variety Store. After moving to Toppenish, she worked as a retail clerk in what she called the “rag business”. She was employed by JC Penneys and Sol and Clara Kraff, who then owned Kraff’s Men’s Wear. She later became the owner of the Mode-O-Day Clothing Store in Toppenish and worked there until retiring to Yakima in the early 1970's. Harriett loved reading and working cross-word puzzles. She was a devoted grandmother and was always interested in what her grandchildren were doing. She kept in touch with cards and gifts, which she signed, "Love Grandmere". She is survived by her son, Doug and wife, Lana Deyo of Toppenish; her daughter, Judy and husband, Robert Caraway of Buena; five grandchildren, Kevin Caraway of Buena. Kris Coverdell of Toledo, Jay, Jeffrey and Robert Deyo of Toppenish; a special niece, Sally Labberton of Everett; a brother, George Searle of Mt. Vernon; sisters, Helen Laird of Sunnyside, Alice Suhadolnik of Prosser and Dorothy Braclin of Sunnyside; sister-in-law, Ursula Searle of Sunnyside; and numerous nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband, Gerald Deyo; two brothers, Harold and Donald Searle; and one sister, Winnifred Labberton. Viewing for Harriett will be on Friday, (today) September 22, 1995, from 8:30 A.M. until 8:00 P.M. and also on Saturday, September 23, 1995 from 8:30 A.M. until noon. Graveside services will be held on Saturday at 2:00 P.M. at the Lower Valley Memorial Garden Cemetery in Sunnyside. Those wishing to attend may meet at the cemetery.

Harriett married 1 Gerald Everett Deyo in Apr 1935 in Longview, Cowlitz Co., WA. Gerald was born 2 on 15 Mar 1914 in Vashon Island, King Co., WA. He died 3 on 24 Jun 1963 in Naselle, Pacific Co., WA.

1. Son of Everett Elias Deyo and Katie Daisy McNeil.

2. Found in the 1920 U.S Census Washington, King Co., Vashon, District 26, sheet 1A, age 5, at home with parents

3. Found in the 1930 U.S Census Washington, Yakima Co., Toppenish, precinct 93, sheet 3B, age 16, at home with parents

4. Found in the 1940 U.S Census Washington, Yakima Co., Toppenish, (5 Apr 1940), precinct 1, ed 39-90, sheet 4B, 88 West 6th Ave., rents; $17, ED; H-3, age 26, POB; Washington, with wife Harriett (25) and daughter Judith (2)

5. 1940: WWII Draft Registration Card: Gerald Everett Deyo, ser.# 1657, residence: 19 So. G St., Toppenish, Yakima, Wash., mailing address: same, age: 26, POB: Bashon Is, Washington, DOB: 15 March 1914, name and address of person who will always know your address: Mrs. Harriet Deyo, wife, 19 So. G St., Toppenish, Washington, Employer: Earl Van Deist, Place of employment: Toppenish, Yakima, Wash., race: white, height: 5' 11", weight: 135, eyes: Brown, hair: Brown, Rupture, signed at Local Board No. 1, Sunnyside, Yakima Co., Wash., 16 Oct 1940

6. Man Killed In Accident
NASELLE, Wash. (AP) - A 49-year-old Toppenish man was killed and five persons injured Monday when two cars collided head-on about one mile east of here. The victim was Gerald Deyo. His death brought the states 1963 traffic toll to 279, eight more than the same period last jear. (The Daily Chronicle, June 26, 1963, p. 9)

They had the following children:

+ 933 F i Living
+ 934 M ii Living

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