Charles Anthony Tomacci

Charles Anthony Tomacci



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Generation: 1

  1. 1.  Charles Anthony Tomacci

    Charles married Frances Bernice Ivica [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]

    Children:
    1. Christine Ariana Tomacci
    2. Thomas Anthony Tomacci

Generation: 2

  1. 2.  Antonio Franco TomacciAntonio Franco Tomacci was born on 25 Feb 1904 in Tricarico, Matera, Basilicata, Italy (son of Rocco Tomacci and Anna Maria Riviello, son of Rocco Tomacci and Teresa Riviello); died on 17 Dec 2002 in San Ramon, Contra Costa, California, USA; was buried in Skylawn Memorial Park, San Mateo, San Mateo, California, USA.

    Other Events:

    • SSN issued: California, USA
    • FSID: 2Z9N-25Y
    • Name: Tony
    • Reference Number: 13685
    • Reference Number: 13909
    • Reference Number: 1925
    • Social Security Number: 572-07-0294
    • Arrival: 24 May 1911, New York Port, New York, New York, USA; S.S. Hamburg, from Naples to New York; on ship were his mother Anna and brother Dominic as well as Rocco and Carmela Paradiso
    • Residence: 1920, Paula Street, San Jose, Santa Clara, California, USA
    • Residence: 1930, 949 Paula Street, San Jose, Santa Clara, California, USA
    • Occupation: 1933, San Jose, Santa Clara, California, USA; baker at Parisian Bakery, along with brother Dominic
    • Residence: 1933, 949 Paula Street, San Jose, Santa Clara, California, USA
    • Residence: 1940, 949 Paula Street, San Jose, Santa Clara, California, USA
    • Occupation: Abt 1942, Broadway Pantry, 1308 Burlingame Avenue, Burlingame, San Mateo, California, USA
    • Residence: 1993, San Francisco, San Francisco, California, USA

    Notes:




    Birth:
    Some confusion about birth year since Italian official marked his age as 1 rather than 0 when he was an infant (as was the custom in some Mediterranean countries). Correct year seems to be 1904 rather than 1903.

    Antonio married Evelyn Marguerite Bowes on 23 Aug 1943 in Reno, Washoe, Nevada, USA. Evelyn (daughter of Thomas Burke Bowes and Bertha Pearl Bendorf) was born on 29 Jul 1920 in Bowes Farm house built in 1867 by her grandfather Lawrence Bowes and located at 27050 Coldwater Road, Louisburg, Miami, Kansas, USA; died on 24 Jan 2007 in Sunrise of Danville Assisted Living Facility, Moraga, Contra Costa, California, USA; was buried on 1 Feb 2007 in Skylawn Memorial Park, San Mateo, San Mateo, California, USA. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  2. 3.  Evelyn Marguerite BowesEvelyn Marguerite Bowes was born on 29 Jul 1920 in Bowes Farm house built in 1867 by her grandfather Lawrence Bowes and located at 27050 Coldwater Road, Louisburg, Miami, Kansas, USA (daughter of Thomas Burke Bowes and Bertha Pearl Bendorf); died on 24 Jan 2007 in Sunrise of Danville Assisted Living Facility, Moraga, Contra Costa, California, USA; was buried on 1 Feb 2007 in Skylawn Memorial Park, San Mateo, San Mateo, California, USA.

    Other Events:

    • Reference Number: 13577
    • Residence: 1925, Wea, Miami, Kansas, USA
    • Event: 1938; Trip by Nanny (Bea Bowes McCoy) and her father Thomas Bowes from Louisburg to Wichita to visit his sister and niece; his wife Bertha Bowes stayed with his other daughter (Evelyn) in Louisburg

    Children:
    1. 1. Charles Anthony Tomacci


Generation: 3

  1. 4.  Rocco TomacciRocco Tomacci was born on 16 Jan 1874 in Tricarico, Matera, Basilicata, Italy (son of Dominic Tomacci and Philomena Adamo); died on 4 Sep 1959 in San Jose, Santa Clara, California, USA; was buried about 4 Sep 1959 in Santa Clara Mission Cemetery, Santa Clara, Santa Clara, California, USA.

    Other Events:

    • FSID: K84B-YQ8
    • Reference Number: 3195
    • Arrival: 1909, New York Port, New York, New York, USA; from Italy
    • Occupation: Abt 1909, California, USA; railroad worker
    • Residence: 1920, Paula Street, San Jose, Santa Clara, California, USA
    • Residence: 1930, 949 Paula Street, San Jose, Santa Clara, California, USA
    • Occupation: 1933, San Jose, Santa Clara, California, USA; brickmaker
    • Residence: 1933, 949 Paula Street, San Jose, Santa Clara, California, USA
    • Residence: 1940, 949 Paula Street, San Jose, Santa Clara, California, USA

    Notes:

    Buried:
    FindaGrave.com Memorial ID 172459107

    Rocco married Anna Maria Riviello about May 1906 in Italy. Anna (daughter of Domenico Riviello and Rosa Maggio) was born on 11 Sep 1882 in San Chirico Nuovo, Potenza, Basilicata, Italy; died on 19 Jun 1955 in Ephraim, Sanpete, Utah, USA; was buried in Santa Clara Mission Cemetery, Santa Clara, Santa Clara, California, USA. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  2. 5.  Anna Maria RivielloAnna Maria Riviello was born on 11 Sep 1882 in San Chirico Nuovo, Potenza, Basilicata, Italy (daughter of Domenico Riviello and Rosa Maggio); died on 19 Jun 1955 in Ephraim, Sanpete, Utah, USA; was buried in Santa Clara Mission Cemetery, Santa Clara, Santa Clara, California, USA.

    Other Events:

    • Departure: Naples, Napoli, Campania, Italy
    • FSID: LHDX-B98
    • Reference Number: 3196
    • Residence: Italy
    • Arrival: 24 May 1911, New York Port, New York, New York, USA; S.S. Hamburg, from Naples to New York, age: 28; on ship were her kids Tony and Dominic as well as Rocco and Carmela Paradiso
    • Residence: 1920, Paula Street, San Jose, Santa Clara, California, USA
    • Residence: 1930, 949 Paula Street, San Jose, Santa Clara, California, USA
    • Residence: 1933, 949 Paula Street, San Jose, Santa Clara, California, USA
    • Residence: 1940, 949 Paula Street, San Jose, Santa Clara, California, USA

    Notes:

    Birth:
    7:10pm; recorded on 14 Sep 1882 at 10:40am

    Buried:
    FindaGrave.com Memorial ID 172459197

    Notes:

    Married:
    1930 census lists Anna as 24 years old at her wedding

    Children:
    1. 2. Antonio Franco Tomacci was born on 25 Feb 1904 in Tricarico, Matera, Basilicata, Italy; died on 17 Dec 2002 in San Ramon, Contra Costa, California, USA; was buried in Skylawn Memorial Park, San Mateo, San Mateo, California, USA.
    2. Domenico Tomacci was born on 25 May 1908 in Italy; died on 21 Feb 1958 in Santa Clara, California, USA; was buried about 21 Feb 1958 in Santa Clara Mission Cemetery, Santa Clara, Santa Clara, California, USA.
    3. Nicolas Tomacci was born on 18 Apr 1912 in San Jose, Santa Clara, California, USA; died on 27 Dec 2009 in San Jose, Santa Clara, California, USA; was buried on 30 Dec 2009 in Ephraim Park Cemetery, Ephraim, Sanpete, Utah, USA.
    4. Theresa Ann Tomacci was born on 22 Feb 1920 in San Jose, Santa Clara, California, USA; died on 31 Oct 2016 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, USA; was buried on 7 Nov 2016 in Ephraim Park Cemetery, Ephraim, Sanpete, Utah, USA.

  3. 6.  Thomas Burke BowesThomas Burke Bowes was born on 14 Nov 1875 in Lancaster, Fairfield, Ohio, USA (son of Lawrence A. Bowes and Mary Louise Otteni Flemm); died on 23 Dec 1945 in Home, northeast of Louisburg, Louisburg, Miami, Kansas, USA; was buried on 29 Dec 1945 in Louisburg Cemetery, Louisburg, Miami, Kansas, USA.

    Other Events:

    • Reference Number: 13795
    • Residence: 1880, Wea, Miami, Kansas, USA
    • Residence: 1900, Wea, Miami, Kansas, USA
    • Residence: 1910, Wea, Miami, Kansas, USA
    • Residence: 12 Sep 1918, Louisburg, Miami, Kansas, USA; WWI Draft Registration Card
    • Residence: 1920, Wea, Miami, Kansas, USA
    • Residence: 1925, Wea, Miami, Kansas, USA
    • Residence: 1930, Wea, Miami, Kansas, USA
    • Residence: 1945, Louisburg, Miami, Kansas, USA

    Notes:


    Obituary: Thomas Burke Bowes:

    Thomas B. Bowes, a resident of the Louisburg community for over 60 years died Sunday evening, December 23, 1945, at the family home 4 miles northeast of Louisburg where he had lived all but seven years of his life. Mr. Bowes was stricken two years ago by a heart ailment which ultimately caused his death.
    The deceased, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence A Bowes, was born November 14, 1875, at Lancaster, Ohio, and moved with his parent, when only a child, to the farm near Louisburg on which he lived out his span of life. He made a home for his father and mother until their death then took over the home place and farmed it until his health failed.
    On November 20, 1919, he was united in marriage to Miss Bertha Bendorf, of Wagstaff and to this union were born three children, Evelyn, wife of Anthony Tomacci, San Bruno, Calif., her twin brother, Thomas Franklin, who died at the age of one month, and Beulah May, wife of Christie A McCoy, also of San Bruno, California. Besides the two daughters and his widow, of the home, he leaves one grandson Charles Tomacci, of San Bruno. One brother Charles Bowes and a sister Elizabeth Wiseman, preceded him in death.
    Tom Bowes was an honest, generous hearted and hard working man. He was active in community activities and a member of the Pony Creek School board for 28 years, serving as treasurer at the time of his death.
    The funeral services were held Saturday afternoon, December 29, at 2:30 o'clock for the Runyan Chapel in Louisburg, with Rev. Lewis Grinn, pastor of the Louisburg Baptist Church officiating. Mrs. Ada Murray and Mrs. Para Carlin sang two hymns, "Ivory Palaces and "No Night There", with Miss Evelyn Perdue playing the accompaniment.
    Pallbearers were Kenneth Benedict, Gloyd Moore, Charles Kelly,
    E.V. Perdie, Scott Harper and Bryant Caldwell. Interment was in the Louisburg Cemetery.
    Those from a distance who came for the last rites were the daughter, Mrs. McCoy and Mr. McCoy, for whom the services were delayed until their arrival from California; Gilbert Moore, York, Nebraska, Mr. and Mrs. Brice Bowers, Kansas City; Mr. and Mrs. Donald Witt and Robert Weaver, of Wagstaff, Mrs. Cora Holman and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wilson, of Paola.

    Thomas married Bertha Pearl Bendorf on 20 Nov 1919 in Wagstaff, Ten Mile, Miami, Kansas, USA. Bertha (daughter of Francis Bendorf and Cora Vina Mayberry) was born on 2 Feb 1900 in Huntsville, Columbia, Washington, USA; died on 12 Mar 1960 in Home, Paola, Miami, Kansas, USA; was buried on 16 Mar 1960 in Louisburg Cemetery, Louisburg, Miami, Kansas, USA. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  4. 7.  Bertha Pearl BendorfBertha Pearl Bendorf was born on 2 Feb 1900 in Huntsville, Columbia, Washington, USA (daughter of Francis Bendorf and Cora Vina Mayberry); died on 12 Mar 1960 in Home, Paola, Miami, Kansas, USA; was buried on 16 Mar 1960 in Louisburg Cemetery, Louisburg, Miami, Kansas, USA.

    Other Events:

    • Name: Aunt Berthie
    • Reference Number: 455
    • Residence: 1910, Ten Mile, Miami, Kansas, USA
    • Residence: 1920, Wea, Miami, Kansas, USA
    • Residence: 1925, Wea, Miami, Kansas, USA
    • Residence: 1960, Paola, Miami, Kansas, USA

    Notes:



    Obituary: Bertha Pearl Bowes:

    Mrs. Bertha Bowes, resident of this community for many year died unexpectedly at her home in Paola last Saturday, March 12, 1960. Her death was caused by a heart attack and happened as she rested on a couch in her home, after complaining of not feeling well. Her age was 60 years, one month and ten days.
    Bertha, daughter of the late Cora and Francis Bendorf, was born February 2, 1900, at Huntsville, Wash., and the family came to Miami County, Kan., when she was a youngster.
    On November 20, 1919, she was united in marriage to Thomas Bowes and they made their home on a farm four miles East of Louisburg until his death December23, 1945. Mrs. Bowes then lived in north Louisburg, moving later to her home in Paola.
    Survivors are two daughters, Mrs. Evelyn Tomacci and Mrs. Beulah May McCoy, both of San Bruno, Calif., two grandsons, Charles Tomacci and Christy Eugene McCoy, two sisters, Mrs. Cora Holman of Paola and Mrs. Donald Witt of Bucyrus, other relatives and friends. A son, Thomas Franklin , twin to Mrs. Tomacci, died in infancy.
    Funeral services were held Wednesday at 3 p.m. at the Runyan Chapel in Louisburg with Rev. Ray Smith, pastor of the Louisburg Baptist Church officiating. Mrs. John Coltrin, accompanied by Miss Elizabeth Seiler, sang "Ivory Palaces" and The Old Rugged Cross".
    The pallbearers were E.V. Perdue, Charles Kelly, Scott Harper, Karl Bower, Kenneth Benedict and Leonard Baur. Burial was in the Louisburg Cemetery.
    The two daughters , Mrs. McCoy and Mrs. Tomacci, flew from California to attend their mother's funeral.

    Children:
    1. 3. Evelyn Marguerite Bowes was born on 29 Jul 1920 in Bowes Farm house built in 1867 by her grandfather Lawrence Bowes and located at 27050 Coldwater Road, Louisburg, Miami, Kansas, USA; died on 24 Jan 2007 in Sunrise of Danville Assisted Living Facility, Moraga, Contra Costa, California, USA; was buried on 1 Feb 2007 in Skylawn Memorial Park, San Mateo, San Mateo, California, USA.
    2. Thomas Franklin Bowes was born on 29 Jul 1920 in Louisburg, Miami, Kansas, USA; died on 31 Aug 1920 in Louisburg, Miami, Kansas, USA.
    3. Beulah Mae Bowes was born on 27 Nov 1922 in Louisburg, Miami, Kansas, USA; died on 18 Feb 2013 in San Mateo, San Mateo, California, USA; was buried in Skylawn Memorial Park, San Mateo, San Mateo, California, USA.


Generation: 4

  1. 8.  Dominic TomacciDominic Tomacci was born in 1848 in Tricarico, Matera, Basilicata, Italy (son of Antonio Tomacci and Rose Mazzoni); died in DECEASED.

    Other Events:

    • FSID: KCY8-3C1

    Dominic married Philomena Adamo. Philomena (daughter of Nick Adamo and Antonia ?) was born in 1850 in Tricarico, Matera, Basilicata, Italy; died in DECEASED in Italy. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  2. 9.  Philomena AdamoPhilomena Adamo was born in 1850 in Tricarico, Matera, Basilicata, Italy (daughter of Nick Adamo and Antonia ?); died in DECEASED in Italy.

    Other Events:

    • FSID: KCY4-6L6

    Children:
    1. Nicola Tomaccio died in DECEASED.
    2. Rosa Tomacci was born between 1872 and 1873 in Italy; died on 3 Sep 1936 in Santa Clara, California, USA.
    3. 4. Rocco Tomacci was born on 16 Jan 1874 in Tricarico, Matera, Basilicata, Italy; died on 4 Sep 1959 in San Jose, Santa Clara, California, USA; was buried about 4 Sep 1959 in Santa Clara Mission Cemetery, Santa Clara, Santa Clara, California, USA.
    4. Antonio Tomacci was born on 10 Feb 1887 in Tricarico, Matera, Basilicata, Italy; died on 30 Nov 1970 in San Jose, Santa Clara, California, USA; was buried in Santa Clara Mission Cemetery, Santa Clara, Santa Clara, California, USA.

  3. 10.  Domenico RivielloDomenico Riviello was born on 9 Oct 1852 in San Chirico Nuovo, Potenza, Basilicata, Italy; died in DECEASED.

    Other Events:

    • Residence: 1882, San Chirico Nuovo, Potenza, Basilicata, Italy

    Domenico married Rosa Maggio. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  4. 11.  Rosa Maggio
    Children:
    1. Teresa Riviello died about 1905.
    2. 5. Anna Maria Riviello was born on 11 Sep 1882 in San Chirico Nuovo, Potenza, Basilicata, Italy; died on 19 Jun 1955 in Ephraim, Sanpete, Utah, USA; was buried in Santa Clara Mission Cemetery, Santa Clara, Santa Clara, California, USA.

  5. 12.  Lawrence A. BowesLawrence A. Bowes was born on 22 Nov 1837 in Johnstown, Kilkenny, Ireland (son of John Bowe and Mary Murphy); died on 27 Jul 1914 in Sunnyside Farm, Wea, Miami, Kansas, USA; was buried in St. Mary Catholic Cemetery, Louisburg, Miami, Kansas, USA.

    Other Events:

    • Occupation: Farmer
    • Reference Number: 13793
    • Arrival: 1848, Perry, Ohio, USA; Arrived from County Kilkenny, Ireland
    • Arrival: 1868, Kansas, USA; From Fairfield County, Ohio, and earlier Perry County, Ohio
    • Occupation: Abt 1870, Kansas, USA; Railroad contractor; helped build the MKT through southeastern Kansas
    • Arrival: 1877, Miami, Kansas, USA
    • Residence: 1880, Sunnyside Farm, Wea, Miami, Kansas, USA
    • Residence: 1 Mar 1885, Sunnyside Farm, Wea, Miami, Kansas, USA
    • Residence: 1900, Sunnyside Farm, Wea, Miami, Kansas, USA
    • Residence: 1 Mar 1905, Sunnyside Farm, Wea, Miami, Kansas, USA
    • Residence: 1910, Sunnyside Farm, Wea, Miami, Kansas, USA

    Notes:

    NOTES:
    1880 U.S. Federal Census, Wea Township, Miami County, Kansas,Roll 389 Book 1,
    Page 497a, Dwelling 25, Family 25
    Name Relation Sex Age PoB Occupation
    Bowes, Lawrence M 41 Ireland Farmer
    Bowes, Lida Wife F 34 Ohio Keeping House
    Bowes, Lizzie Daughter F 17 Ohio At Home
    Bowes, Charles Son M 5 Ohio At Home
    Bowes, Thomas. Son M 4 Ohio At Home
    1900 U.S. Federal Census, Wea Township, Miami County, Kansas, Series T623, Microfilm 490, Book
    1, Page 242, Dwelling: 278, Family 281
    Children
    Name Relation Sex DoB Age MS Yrs Md Born Living PoB Occupation
    Bowes, Lawrence A Head M Nov 1837 62 M 27 Ireland Farmer
    Bowes, Lida M. Wife F Apr 1844 56 M 27 2 2 Ohio
    Bowes, Thomas B. Son M Nov 1875 24 S Ohio Farm Laborer

    NOTES:
    1880 U.S. Federal Census, Wea Township, Miami County, Kansas,Roll 389 Book 1,
    Page 497a, Dwelling 25, Family 25
    Name Relation Sex Age PoB Occupation
    Bowes, Lawrence M 41 Ireland Farmer
    Bowes, Lida Wife F 34 Ohio Keeping House
    Bowes, Lizzie Daughter F 17 Ohio At Home
    Bowes, Charles Son M 5 Ohio At Home
    Bowes, Thomas. Son M 4 Ohio At Home
    1900 U.S. Federal Census, Wea Township, Miami County, Kansas, Series T623, Microfilm 490, Book
    1, Page 242, Dwelling: 278, Family 281
    Children
    Name Relation Sex DoB Age MS Yrs Md Born Living PoB Occupation
    Bowes, Lawrence A Head M Nov 1837 62 M 27 Ireland Farmer
    Bowes, Lida M. Wife F Apr 1844 56 M 27 2 2 Ohio
    Bowes, Thomas B. Son M Nov 1875 24 S Ohio Farm Laborerco?·?"NOTES:
    1880 U.S. Federal Census, Wea Township, Miami County, Kansas,Roll 389 Book 1,
    Page 497a, Dwelling 25, Family 25
    Name Relation Sex Age PoB Occupation
    Bowes, Lawrence M 41 Ireland Farmer
    Bowes, Lida Wife F 34 Ohio Keeping House
    Bowes, Lizzie Daughter F 17 Ohio At Home
    Bowes, Charles Son M 5 Ohio At Home
    Bowes, Thomas. Son M 4 Ohio At Home
    1900 U.S. Federal Census, Wea Township, Miami County, Kansas, Series T623, Microfilm 490, Book
    1, Page 242, Dwelling: 278, Family 281
    Children
    Name Relation Sex DoB Age MS Yrs Md Born Living PoB Occupation
    Bowes, Lawrence A Head M Nov 1837 62 M 27 Ireland Farmer
    Bowes, Lida M. Wife F Apr 1844 56 M 27 2 2 Ohio
    Bowes, Thomas B. Son M Nov 1875 24 S Ohio Farm Laborerco?·?"NOTES:
    1880 U.S. Federal Census, Wea Township, Miami County, Kansas,Roll 389 Book 1,
    Page 497a, Dwelling 25, Family 25
    Name Relation Sex Age PoB Occupation
    Bowes, Lawrence M 41 Ireland Farmer
    Bowes, Lida Wife F 34 Ohio Keeping House
    Bowes, Lizzie Daughter F 17 Ohio At Home
    Bowes, Charles Son M 5 Ohio At Home
    Bowes, Thomas. Son M 4 Ohio At Home
    1900 U.S. Federal Census, Wea Township, Miami County, Kansas, Series T623, Microfilm 490, Book
    1, Page 242, Dwelling: 278, Family 281
    Children
    Name Relation Sex DoB Age MS Yrs Md Born Living PoB Occupation
    Bowes, Lawrence A Head M Nov 1837 62 M 27 Ireland Farmer
    Bowes, Lida M. Wife F Apr 1844 56 M 27 2 2 Ohio
    Bowes, Thomas B. Son M Nov 1875 24 S Ohio Farm Laborerco?·?"NOTES:
    1880 U.S. Federal Census, Wea Township, Miami County, Kansas,Roll 389 Book 1,
    Page 497a, Dwelling 25, Family 25
    Name Relation Sex Age PoB Occupation
    Bowes, Lawrence M 41 Ireland Farmer
    Bowes, Lida Wife F 34 Ohio Keeping House
    Bowes, Lizzie Daughter F

    Per research of Candace "Candy" Bogar Wooten, Lawrence Bowes travelled to America at age 9 with his parents, John and Mary Bowes, on the ship Fidella, sailing from the port of Liverpool, England on Sept. 30, 1848. They were part of mass Irish migration to America because of potato famine in Ireland.

    OBITUARY

    Died in his 76th Year
    The death of Lawrence A. Bowes, a well known and respected farmer of Wea township occurred last Monday afternoon July 27th, 1914, at four o®clock, at his country home, 4 miles northeast of Louisburg. His illness covered a period of several weeks, although he had been in failing health for the last two and one-half years. Death was from a complication of diseases, he being aged 76 years, 8 months and five days.

    Born in County Kilkenny, Ireland, November 22, 1837, he with his parents, sought America for land upon which to build the family tree, when the subject of this sketch was barely 10 years old. The family settled in Perry County, Ohio and there the father died in 1856. When coming into manhood and with his mother®s consent, he moved to Fairfield County. In 1868, he came to Kansas and bought the farm east of Louisburg and here his death occurred on last Monday afternoon.

    Mr. Bowes was married in Lancaster, Ohio in 1862, to Miss Jennie Ward, who died two years later leaving a daughter, who is now Mrs. F. J. Wiseman, of Wichita, Kansas; she was at her father®s bedside when death came. For several years after coming to Kansas, Mr. Bowes was a contractor in railway construction. Later he took up farming and followed that occupation the remainder of his life. In 1873, he went back to Ohio and married Miss Mary Louisa Flemm, who, with two sons, survive. The oldest son, Charles E., is married, has children and lives on his farm several miles from the home place; he is doing well. And Thomas B. is at home with his aged mother. Two sisters, Maggie, is Mother Superior in an Ohio Convent and Nora the youngest, is a trained nurse, and lives in Columbus, Ohio. One brother, T. H. is a man of influence and of property holdings in Columbus, Ohio.

    Years ago when the Populist party thrived, Mr. Bowes was an active worker for that party, and he, with other leaders, made speeches all over this section of Kansas. At one time he sought the office of county commissioner on the Populist ticket but was defeated. In later years, Mr. Bowes was an independent voter and free thinker. He was fond reader of good books and poetry, and a writer of no small means. He wrote as he talked, and being possessed with a ready vocabulary his matter was always interesting and contained food for thought.

    Funeral services were held at the Louisburg Catholic church this morning at ten o®clock, Rev. Father P. R. McNamara, officiating. Interment was in Louisburg catholic cemetery. A large crowd of friends, from far and near, was in attendance.

    L. A. Bowes was a remarkable man in many respects. In social and business affairs he was honest; he passed through both adversity and prosperity. Well may his two sons and aged wife honor him and well may our community mourn his death. He always gave a word of encouragement to the young and his ready smile and hearty greeting will be missed from our streets. The writer has known Br. Bowes for the last eight years and having had dealing with him knew him to be a man, who is fair to all men, a man of splendid type of both moral and physical manhood, a credit to the Isle of his birth.

    Lawrence married Mary Louise Otteni Flemm on 28 Oct 1873 in Lancaster, Fairfield, Ohio, USA. Mary (daughter of Christian Flemm and Theresia Otteni) was born on 28 Apr 1845 in Lancaster, Fairfield, Ohio, USA; died on 1 Mar 1919 in Sunnyside Farm, Wea, Miami, Kansas, USA; was buried on 3 Mar 1919 in St. Mary Catholic Cemetery, Louisburg, Miami, Kansas, USA. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  6. 13.  Mary Louise Otteni FlemmMary Louise Otteni Flemm was born on 28 Apr 1845 in Lancaster, Fairfield, Ohio, USA (daughter of Christian Flemm and Theresia Otteni); died on 1 Mar 1919 in Sunnyside Farm, Wea, Miami, Kansas, USA; was buried on 3 Mar 1919 in St. Mary Catholic Cemetery, Louisburg, Miami, Kansas, USA.

    Other Events:

    • Name: Lida
    • Reference Number: 3082
    • Arrival: 1877, Kansas City, Jackson, Missouri, USA; Stayed for six months, then settled in Sunnyside Farm in Wea, Miami County, Kansas, four miles north of Louisburg, Kansas
    • Residence: 1880, Sunnyside Farm, Wea, Miami, Kansas, USA
    • Residence: 1 Mar 1885, Sunnyside Farm, Wea, Miami, Kansas, USA
    • Residence: 1900, Sunnyside Farm, Wea, Miami, Kansas, USA
    • Residence: 1 Mar 1905, Sunnyside Farm, Wea, Miami, Kansas, USA
    • Residence: 1910, Sunnyside Farm, Wea, Miami, Kansas, USA

    Notes:

    «b»1880 U.S. Federal Census«/b», Wea Township, Miami County, Kansas,Roll 389 Book 1, Page 497a, Dwelling 25, Family 25

    Name Relation Sex Age PoB Occupation
    Bowes, Lawrence M 41 Ireland Farmer
    Bowes, Lida Wife F 34 Ohio Keeping House
    Bowes, Lizzie Daughter F 17 Ohio At Home
    Bowes, Charles Son M 5 Ohio At Home
    Bowes, Thomas. Son M 4 Ohio At Home

    «b»1900 U.S. Federal Census«/b», Wea Township, Miami County, Kansas, Series T623, Microfilm 490, Book 1, Page 242, Dwelling: 278, Family 281
    Children
    Name Relation Sex DoB Age MS Yrs Md Born Living PoB Occupation
    Bowes, Lawrence A Head M Nov 1837 62 M 27 Ireland Farmer
    Bowes, Lida M. Wife F Apr 1844 56 M 27 2 2 Ohio
    Bowes, Thomas B. Son M Nov 1875 24 S Ohio Farm Laborer

    «b»OBITUARY«/b»
    Mrs. Mary Louisa Bowes, widow of the late Lawrence A. Bowes, died on Saturday morning, March first, 1919, at 5:10 o'clock, at her home, four miles northeast of Louisburg, Kansas. She was aged 73 years and 10 months, and had been in failing health the past year and bedfast the last several months.

    Mary Louisa Flemm was born April 28th 1845, at Lancaster, Ohio and was married to Lawrence A. Bowers at Lancaster on October 28th, 1873. The couple came West in 1877, first stopping about six months at Kansas City, thence on to this county, where they settled and set about building the present home place, "Sunny Side" farm. Two sons: Charles E. and Thomas B. were born to this union at Lancaster, Ohio. Charles Bowes resides near West Line, Missouri, and Thomas has always been at home. The husband passed away on July 27, 1914. The deceased was the eldest of a family of eight children, three brothers and four sisters, the sisters all survive. They are: Mesdames Minnie Elliott, Emma Brooke, Helen Bowen, and Anna Jefferies.

    Impressive funeral services were conducted by Reverend Father Pottsgeisser from Louisburg Catholic church last Monday morning at 10:30 o'clock, burial being in the church cemetery.

    Mrs. Bowes was of an affectionate disposition, brave, bright and winning in her ways, so that friendship's circle was to her a large one. Indeed, it may be said of her that "none knew her but to love her" and her best monument will be the good report that she has left behind her in the community in which she has lived for more than thirty-two years.

    Relatives from Kansas City, who attended the funeral services were: Mrs. W.P. Hayde and daughter, Veronica; Martha Welch and Miss Laura Welch.

    Died:
    5:10pm

    Children:
    1. Charles Edward Bowes was born on 10 Sep 1874 in Lancaster, Fairfield, Ohio, USA; died on 28 Jul 1938 in Sear's Farm, West Line, Cass, Missouri, USA; was buried on 30 Jul 1938 in Glenwild Cemetery, West Line, Cass, Missouri, USA.
    2. 6. Thomas Burke Bowes was born on 14 Nov 1875 in Lancaster, Fairfield, Ohio, USA; died on 23 Dec 1945 in Home, northeast of Louisburg, Louisburg, Miami, Kansas, USA; was buried on 29 Dec 1945 in Louisburg Cemetery, Louisburg, Miami, Kansas, USA.

  7. 14.  Francis BendorfFrancis Bendorf was born on 28 Feb 1865 in York, Putnam, Missouri, USA (son of Albert J. Bendorf and Margaret Hastings); died on 18 Sep 1935 in Wagstaff, Ten Mile, Miami, Kansas, USA; was buried on 20 Sep 1935 in Hillsdale Cemetery South, Hillsdale, Miami, Kansas, USA.

    Other Events:

    • Reference Number: 60
    • Residence: 1870, Wea, Miami, Kansas, USA
    • Residence: 1 Mar 1875, Wea, Miami, Kansas, USA
    • Residence: 1880, Wea, Miami, Kansas, USA
    • Residence: 1 Mar 1895, Ten Mile, Miami, Kansas, USA
    • Residence: 1 Mar 1905, Marysville, Miami, Kansas, USA
    • Residence: 1910, Ten Mile, Miami, Kansas, USA
    • Residence: 1915, Ten Mile, Miami, Kansas, USA
    • Residence: 1920, Ten Mile, Miami, Kansas, USA
    • Residence: 1925, Ten Mile, Miami, Kansas, USA
    • Residence: 18 Sep 1935, Hillsdale, Miami, Kansas, USA

    Notes:



    Obituary: Francis Bendorf:

    Francis Bendorf died Wednesday afternoon, Sept. 18, at the home of his Daughter, Mrs. Jessie Weaver of Wagstaff. He had a lingering illness and patiently fought against odds.
    The son of Albert and Margaret Bendorf, he was born February 28, 1865, in Putnam County, Mo. The family came to Miami County when Mr. Bendorf was a child and settled on a farm in Ten Mile Township. March 5, 1891, he was married to Cora Mayberry. They spent their married life in Ten Mile Township with the exception of one year spent in Washington State. Mrs. Bendorf died August 7, 1930. Mr. Bendorf is survived by three daughters, one daughter having died in infancy. These are Mrs. Cora Holman, of Paola, Mrs. Bertha Bowes, of Louisburg, and Mrs. Weaver. Also surviving are two sisters, Mrs. Guy Horchem, of Ransom, and Mrs. Jake Broker, of Drexel, two brothers, Jake Bendorf, of Wea Township and Albert Bendorf, of Paola, two granddaughters and one grandson.
    Funeral services will be held this Friday afternoon at the church in Wagstaff with Dr. L.N. Kent, pastor of the Paola Presbyterian Church officiating. Burial will be in the Wagstaff Cemetery.


    Died:
    at the home of his daughter; cancer of the stomach and anemia of blood, which he suffered from for several years

    Francis married Cora Vina Mayberry on 5 Mar 1891 in Paola, Miami, Kansas, USA. Cora (daughter of John R. Mayberry and Susannah Walters) was born on 14 May 1873 in Jefferson, Kansas, USA; died on 7 Aug 1930 in Wagstaff, Ten Mile, Miami, Kansas, USA; was buried on 10 Aug 1930 in Hillsdale Cemetery South, Hillsdale, Miami, Kansas, USA. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  8. 15.  Cora Vina MayberryCora Vina Mayberry was born on 14 May 1873 in Jefferson, Kansas, USA (daughter of John R. Mayberry and Susannah Walters); died on 7 Aug 1930 in Wagstaff, Ten Mile, Miami, Kansas, USA; was buried on 10 Aug 1930 in Hillsdale Cemetery South, Hillsdale, Miami, Kansas, USA.

    Other Events:

    • Reference Number: 1913
    • Residence: 1910, Ten Mile, Miami, Kansas, USA
    • Residence: 1920, Ten Mile, Miami, Kansas, USA
    • Residence: 1925, Ten Mile, Miami, Kansas, USA
    • Residence: 1930, Ten Mile, Miami, Kansas, USA
    • Residence: 7 Aug 1930, Hillsdale, Miami, Kansas, USA

    Notes:

    Obituary: Mrs. Francis Bendorf: Mrs. Cora Mayberry Bendorf, wife of Francis Bendorf, died suddenly at the family home one mile south and three-fourth mile east of Wagstaff at 4:40 o'clock Thursday afternoon, August 7, 1930, following a twenty-four hour illness of peritonitis. Mrs. Bendorf was in her usual health until stricken the Tuesday preceding her death. She was in her fifty-eighth year. Cora Vina Mayberry, daughter of the late J.R. and Susan Mayberry, was born May 14, 1873, in Jefferson County, Kansas, and came to this county in her girlhood. On March 5, 1891, she was united in marriage to Mr. Francis Bendorf, at Paola, who survives with their three daughters: Mrs. Cora Holman, of Paola, Route 6; Mrs. Bertha Bowes, wife of Thomas Bowes, of Louisburg, and Mrs. Jessie Weaver, of Wagstaff. The four grandchildren are: Edna Holman, Evelyn Margaret and Beulah May Bowes and Robert Oran Weaver. The deceased also leaves one sister, Mrs. Mattie Strickler, of Zillah, Washington , and the following brothers: W.H., J.E. and J.M. Mayberry, all of Yuba City, California, and Clarence Mayberry, of Parker. Mrs. Bendorf was a member of the Methodist Church Aa Somerset, which she joined when a girl. The funeral sermon was preached by a minister of that faith, Reverend Philip Wahl, of Lee Summit, Mo., last Sunday afternoon, August 10, at two thirty o'clock, in the Wagstaff Presbyterian Church. Burial was in the Hillsdale Cemetery. The casket bearers were as follows: A.W. Beeghly, Wm. H. Martin, Will Chiles, D.S. Lentz, Charles Johnson, Alex G. Lonnon, John Downs and Frank Barkis, and those who had charge of the many beautiful floral offerings were: Missel Nova Keeton, Elsie Lawson, Emma Louise Manchester and Ruth Johnson. This good woman will be greatly missed by the people of the entire Wagstaff neighborhood where she has spent almost her entire life ministering to those of her own household and taking a helpful and active interest in the life of the community.

    Died:
    At home.

    Children:
    1. Cora Anna Bendorf was born on 5 May 1893 in Miami, Kansas, USA; died on 6 Feb 1972 in St. Luke's Hospital, Kansas City, Jackson, Missouri, USA; was buried on 9 Feb 1972 in Paola Cemetery, Paola, Miami, Kansas, USA.
    2. 7. Bertha Pearl Bendorf was born on 2 Feb 1900 in Huntsville, Columbia, Washington, USA; died on 12 Mar 1960 in Home, Paola, Miami, Kansas, USA; was buried on 16 Mar 1960 in Louisburg Cemetery, Louisburg, Miami, Kansas, USA.
    3. Jessie Violet Bendorf was born on 25 Jan 1904 in Miami, Kansas, USA; died on 8 Jul 1979 in Medicalodges Paola, Paola, Miami, Kansas, USA; was buried on 11 Jul 1979 in Hillsdale Cemetery South, Hillsdale, Miami, Kansas, USA.


Generation: 5

  1. 16.  Antonio TomacciAntonio Tomacci was born in in Tricarico, Matera, Basilicata, Italy; died in DECEASED.

    Antonio married Rose Mazzoni. Rose was born in in Tricarico, Matera, Basilicata, Italy; died in DECEASED. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  2. 17.  Rose MazzoniRose Mazzoni was born in in Tricarico, Matera, Basilicata, Italy; died in DECEASED.
    Children:
    1. 8. Dominic Tomacci was born in 1848 in Tricarico, Matera, Basilicata, Italy; died in DECEASED.

  3. 18.  Nick AdamoNick Adamo was born in in Tricarico, Matera, Basilicata, Italy; died in DECEASED.

    Nick married Antonia ?. Antonia was born in in Tricarico, Matera, Basilicata, Italy; died in DECEASED. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  4. 19.  Antonia ?Antonia ? was born in in Tricarico, Matera, Basilicata, Italy; died in DECEASED.
    Children:
    1. 9. Philomena Adamo was born in 1850 in Tricarico, Matera, Basilicata, Italy; died in DECEASED in Italy.

  5. 24.  John BoweJohn Bowe was born about 1808 in Lisdowney, Kilkenny, Ireland (son of Laurence Bowe and Catherine ?); died on 16 Jan 1854 in Junction City, Perry, Ohio, USA; was buried in Elmwood Cemetery, Lancaster, Fairfield, Ohio, USA.

    Other Events:

    • Reference Number: 13573

    Notes:

    Per research of Candace "Candy" Bogar Wooten, John Bowes and his family came to America on the ship Fidella, sailing from the port of Liverpool, England on Sept. 30, 1848. They were part of mass Irish migration to America because of potato famine in Ireland. The name has been spelled: BOGUE, BOWES, BOWE, and BOWIE.

    Baptisms were recorded in the Catholic parish of Lisdowney in Kilkenny, Ireland for the following children Of John Bowe and Mary Murphy:
    - Tom Bowe - 7 Dec 1831
    - Catherine Bowe - 4 May 1833
    - Mary Bowe - 11 Feb 1835
    - Margaret Bowe - 17 Feb 1839
    - Thomas Bowe - 25 Jul 1841
    - Honoria Bowe - 12 Nov 1843

    John married Mary Murphy. Mary was born in 1810 in Ballyconra, Kilkenny, Ireland; died on 28 Dec 1875 in Ohio, USA; was buried in Elmwood Cemetery, Lancaster, Fairfield, Ohio, USA. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  6. 25.  Mary Murphy was born in 1810 in Ballyconra, Kilkenny, Ireland; died on 28 Dec 1875 in Ohio, USA; was buried in Elmwood Cemetery, Lancaster, Fairfield, Ohio, USA.

    Other Events:

    • Reference Number: 13574

    Children:
    1. James J. Bowes was born on 7 Dec 1831 in Ballyconra, Kilkenny, Ireland; died on 30 Jul 1903 in North, Berne, Fairfield, Ohio, USA; was buried in Mount Saint Mary Catholic Cemetery, Kansas City, Jackson, Missouri, USA.
    2. Thomas Bowes was born on 7 Dec 1831 in Ballyconra, Kilkenny, Ireland; died in Jul 1841 in Ballyconra, Kilkenny, Ireland.
    3. Catherine Bowes was born on 4 May 1833 in Ballyconra, Kilkenny, Ireland; died on 22 May 1909 in Olathe, Johnson, Kansas, USA; was buried in Mount Calvary Catholic Cemetery, Olathe, Johnson, Kansas, USA.
    4. Mary Frances Bowes was born on 8 Feb 1835 in Kilkenny, Ireland; died on 24 Sep 1905 in Kansas City, Jackson, Missouri, USA; was buried in Mount Saint Mary Catholic Cemetery, Kansas City, Jackson, Missouri, USA.
    5. 12. Lawrence A. Bowes was born on 22 Nov 1837 in Johnstown, Kilkenny, Ireland; died on 27 Jul 1914 in Sunnyside Farm, Wea, Miami, Kansas, USA; was buried in St. Mary Catholic Cemetery, Louisburg, Miami, Kansas, USA.
    6. Margaret Bowes was born on 17 Feb 1839 in Ballyconra, Kilkenny, Ireland; died on 25 Jul 1916 in Wayne, Allen, Indiana, USA; was buried in St. Gaspars Catholic Cemetery, Rome City, Noble, Indiana, USA.
    7. Thomas Hubert Bowes was born on 25 Jul 1841 in Ballyconra, Kilkenny, Ireland; died on 29 Jan 1923 in Columbus, Franklin, Ohio, USA; was buried in St. Mary Catholic Cemetery, Lancaster, Fairfield, Ohio, USA.
    8. Honoria Bowes was born on 12 Nov 1843 in Kilkenny, Ireland; died on 1 Feb 1917 in Columbus, Franklin, Ohio, USA; was buried in Elmwood Cemetery, Lancaster, Fairfield, Ohio, USA.

  7. 26.  Christian Flemm was born on 14 Sep 1810 in Germany; died on 22 Apr 1877 in Lancaster, Fairfield, Ohio, USA; was buried in St. Mary Catholic Cemetery, Lancaster, Fairfield, Ohio, USA.

    Other Events:

    • Reference Number: 13571

    Christian married Theresia Otteni on 21 Mar 1842 in Lancaster, Fairfield, Ohio, USA. Theresia (daughter of Benedict Otteni and Christina Hauser) was born on 11 Nov 1820 in Baden-Württemberg, Germany; died in May 1895 in Lancaster, Fairfield, Ohio, USA; was buried in St. Mary Catholic Cemetery, Lancaster, Fairfield, Ohio, USA. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  8. 27.  Theresia Otteni was born on 11 Nov 1820 in Baden-Württemberg, Germany (daughter of Benedict Otteni and Christina Hauser); died in May 1895 in Lancaster, Fairfield, Ohio, USA; was buried in St. Mary Catholic Cemetery, Lancaster, Fairfield, Ohio, USA.

    Other Events:

    • Reference Number: 3083

    Notes:

    NOTES:
    1850. U.S. Federal Census, Lancaster, Fairfield County, Ohio, Roll 677 Book 1, Page 276b,
    Dwelling 70, Family 70
    Name Age Sex Occupation PoB
    Flemm, Christian 35 M Clockmaker Germany
    Flemm, Teresa 25 F Germany
    Flemm, Louis 7 M O
    Flemm, Louisa 5 F O
    Flemm, Anna 3 F O
    Flemm, Philomena 2 F O
    Otney, Emily 17 F Germany

    Children:
    1. Helena Flemm was born about 1840; died in DECEASED.
    2. Lewis Ludwic Flemm was born on 6 Apr 1842 in Lancaster, Fairfield, Ohio, USA; died on 27 Oct 1882 in Lancaster, Fairfield, Ohio, USA.
    3. Joseph Flemm was born about 1843 in Kelleys Island, Erie, Ohio, USA; died in DECEASED.
    4. Anna Theresa Flemm was born on 28 Apr 1845 in Kelleys Island, Erie, Ohio, USA; died on 1 Mar 1919 in Louisburg, Miami, Kansas, USA.
    5. 13. Mary Louise Otteni Flemm was born on 28 Apr 1845 in Lancaster, Fairfield, Ohio, USA; died on 1 Mar 1919 in Sunnyside Farm, Wea, Miami, Kansas, USA; was buried on 3 Mar 1919 in St. Mary Catholic Cemetery, Louisburg, Miami, Kansas, USA.
    6. Philomena Flemm was born about 1848 in Kelleys Island, Erie, Ohio, USA; died in DECEASED.
    7. Emily Cecilia Flemm was born on 29 Feb 1852 in Lancaster, Fairfield, Ohio, USA; died on 19 Dec 1927 in Logan, Hocking, Ohio, USA; was buried on 21 Dec 1927 in Oak Grove Cemetery, Logan, Hocking, Ohio, USA.
    8. Charles Christian Flemm was born about 1857; died on 19 Feb 1914 in Athens, Athens, Ohio, USA.

  9. 28.  Albert J. BendorfAlbert J. Bendorf was born on 16 Dec 1830 in Germany; died on 19 Dec 1895 in At home, Wea, Miami, Kansas, USA; was buried in Louisburg Cemetery, Louisburg, Miami, Kansas, USA.

    Other Events:

    • Reference Number: 7963
    • Residence: 1870, Wea, Miami, Kansas, USA
    • Residence: 1880, Wea, Miami, Kansas, USA

    Notes:

    Albert J. Bendorf Albert J. Bendorf was born December 16, 1830 in Prussia. He came to the U.S. when he was about 15, working as a cook on a cattle boat. His father was a Lutheran minister in Germanyl. There is a town of Bendorf on the Rhine River just southeast of Bonn. On August 2, 1862, he joined the Union forces by enlisting in the 45th. Regiment of the Missouri Militia at Unionville, Missouri, Putman County. On September 30, 1862, he was ordered into active service at St. Johns, Missouri. On November 7, 1862, he was relieved from duty. He married Margaret Hastings, May 8, 1864, in Putman County, Missouri, at the home of her brother, William Hastings by the Justice Peace Daniel Towey. Margaret Hastings Bendorf was born to Francis and Caroline Hastings on March 27,, 1842 in Pickering County, Ohio. She had moved with her parents to Illinois in the 1840's, then later to Missouri in Putman County. After Albert and Margaret's first two children were born, they moved to Miami County, Kansas, along with her parents, some siblings and some in-laws. Over 22 years, they had six boys and four girls. Their children were: Francis, born February 28, 1865, and Richard, born August 2, 1866, both born in York Township, Putman County, Missouri. The other children were Caroline B., born May 2, 1868; Louisa, born December 16, 1874; Henrietta, born March 28, 1878; Jacob born November 21, 1879; Albert, born July 16, 1882; and Katherine, born November 2, 1886. All born the Wea Township, Miami County, Kansas. In May 1886, the Bendorfs bought 80 acres in Wea Township, Miami County. Kansas, for $280. They both lived their lives on this farm. A 13.92 acres timber tract of Albert's is still owned by a grandson, Ray Bendorf. Albert became ill in April, 1895 and on December 19, 1895, three days after his 65th. birthday , passed away at his home, which still stands just northwest of Louisburg, Kansas. After Albert's death, Margaret remained in their home with the remaining children not yet married. Minnie remembers Margaret in her last years as a tall slim woman who always wore black, drove her own buggy, and smoked a small clay pipe she filled from a plug. On January 22, 1904, Margaret passed away at the home and was buried next to Albert in Louisburg cemetery. The Bendorf children were; Francis, who married Cora V. Mayberry on March 5, 1891, Died September 18, 1935, and is buried at Hillsdale, Kansas. Richard, who married Sadie Kitchen on March 20, 1889, died October 19, 1921, and is buried at Dighton, Kansas. Caroline, who married Jake Brocker on February 10, 1890, died November 29, 1938, and is buried at Louisburg, Kansas. Frederick, who married Allie M. Walters, September 4, 1895, died May 26, 1930, and is buried in Hillsdale, Kansas. Charles, who married Alice Forner, March 9, 1904, died October 15, 1933, and is buried at Paola, Kansas. Lousia, who married Earl H. Wilson, August 21, 1918, Died November 17, 1924, and is buried at Louisburg, Kansas. Henrietta, who married Dave Morgan, February 11. 1902. and died May 9, 1920, and is buried at Louisburg, Kansas. Jacob, who married Martha Whitmore, January 20, 1920, died November 18, 1958, and is buried at Louisburg, Kansas. Albert, who married Anna Doering, February 10, 1910, died November 18, 1946, and is buried at Louisburg, Kansas. Katherine, who married Robert Guy Horchem, March18, 1914, died December3, 1949, and is buried at Ransom, Kansas. Ray Bendorf--Swan River Museum Book of Family Histories and Stories of Miami County, Kansas

    Albert married Margaret Hastings on 8 May 1864 in At her brother's home, York, Putnam, Missouri, USA. Margaret (daughter of Francis Hastings and Caroline Elizabeth Douglas) was born on 27 Mar 1842 in Kelleys Island, Erie, Ohio, USA; died on 22 Jan 1904 in Wea, Miami, Kansas, USA; was buried in Louisburg, Miami, Kansas, USA. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  10. 29.  Margaret Hastings was born on 27 Mar 1842 in Kelleys Island, Erie, Ohio, USA (daughter of Francis Hastings and Caroline Elizabeth Douglas); died on 22 Jan 1904 in Wea, Miami, Kansas, USA; was buried in Louisburg, Miami, Kansas, USA.

    Other Events:

    • FSID: LZVK-G8T
    • Reference Number: 7964
    • Census: 9 Nov 1850, Hancock, Illinois, USA
    • Census: 2 Oct 1860, York, Putnam, Missouri, USA
    • Residence: 1870, Wea, Miami, Kansas, USA
    • Census: 28 Jun 1870, Wea, Miami, Kansas, USA
    • Census: 1 Mar 1875, Wea, Miami, Kansas, USA
    • Census: 1 Jun 1880, Wea, Miami, Kansas, USA
    • Census: 1 Mar 1895, Ten Mile, Miami, Kansas, USA
    • Census: 14 Jun 1900, Ten Mile, Miami, Kansas, USA

    Children:
    1. 14. Francis Bendorf was born on 28 Feb 1865 in York, Putnam, Missouri, USA; died on 18 Sep 1935 in Wagstaff, Ten Mile, Miami, Kansas, USA; was buried on 20 Sep 1935 in Hillsdale Cemetery South, Hillsdale, Miami, Kansas, USA.
    2. Richard Bendorf was born in Aug 1866 in Missouri, USA; died on 19 Oct 1921 in Dighton, Lane, Kansas, USA; was buried in Dighton Cemetery, Dighton, Lane, Kansas, USA.
    3. Caroline B. Bendorf was born on 2 May 1868 in Wea, Miami, Kansas, USA; died on 29 Nov 1938 in Drexel, Bates, Missouri, USA; was buried in Louisburg Cemetery, Louisburg, Miami, Kansas, USA.
    4. Frederick Bendorf was born on 26 Apr 1871 in Rural, Louisburg, Miami, Kansas, USA; died on 26 May 1930 in At his home, Marysville, Miami, Kansas, USA; was buried on 29 May 1930 in Hillsdale Cemetery South, Hillsdale, Miami, Kansas, USA.
    5. Charles Bendorf was born on 22 Dec 1872 in Louisburg, Miami, Kansas, USA; died on 15 Oct 1933 in Paola, Miami, Kansas, USA; was buried in Paola, Miami, Kansas, USA.
    6. Louisa Bendorf was born on 16 Dec 1874 in Wea, Miami, Kansas, USA; died on 17 Nov 1924 in Princeton, Franklin, Kansas, USA; was buried on 19 Nov 1924 in Louisburg, Miami, Kansas, USA.
    7. Henrietta Bendorf was born on 28 Mar 1878 in Wea, Miami, Kansas, USA; died on 9 May 1920 in Louisburg, Miami, Kansas, USA; was buried in Louisburg Cemetery, Louisburg, Miami, Kansas, USA.
    8. Jacob Bendorf was born on 21 Oct 1879 in Wea, Miami, Kansas, USA; died on 18 Nov 1958 in Wea, Miami, Kansas, USA; was buried in Louisburg Cemetery, Louisburg, Miami, Kansas, USA.
    9. Albert Bendorf was born on 16 Jul 1882 in Wea, Miami, Kansas, USA; died on 18 Nov 1946 in His home, Paola, Miami, Kansas, USA; was buried on 20 Nov 1946 in Louisburg Cemetery, Louisburg, Miami, Kansas, USA.
    10. Katherine Bendorf was born on 2 Oct 1886 in Wea, Miami, Kansas, USA; died on 3 Dec 1949 in Dodge City, Ford, Kansas, USA; was buried on 6 Dec 1949 in Ransom Cemetery, Ransom, Ness, Kansas, USA.

  11. 30.  John R. MayberryJohn R. Mayberry was born on 26 Nov 1845 in Hamilton, Illinois, USA (son of Jacob Mayberry and Mary Martha Hand); died on 4 Apr 1920 in Wapato, Yakima, Washington, USA.

    Other Events:

    • FSID: LY8J-B8C
    • Reference Number: 1919
    • Birth: 1845
    • Residence: 1850, Randolph, McLean, Illinois, USA
    • Residence: 1860, Washington, Webster, Iowa, USA; Residence Post Office: Border Plaines
    • Residence: 1900, Alto, Huntsville, McKay, Railroad, Columbia, Washington, USA
    • Residence: 1920, Parker, Yakima, Washington, USA

    John married Susannah Walters on 15 Apr 1865 in Webster City, Hamilton, Iowa, USA. Susannah was born on 1 Apr 1846 in Washington, Rush, Indiana, USA; died in 1915 in Paola, Miami, Kansas, USA; was buried in 1915 in Hillsdale Cemetery South, Hillsdale, Miami, Kansas, USA. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  12. 31.  Susannah WaltersSusannah Walters was born on 1 Apr 1846 in Washington, Rush, Indiana, USA; died in 1915 in Paola, Miami, Kansas, USA; was buried in 1915 in Hillsdale Cemetery South, Hillsdale, Miami, Kansas, USA.

    Other Events:

    • FSID: LQYQ-XFG
    • Reference Number: 1920
    • Residence: 1900, Alto, Huntsville, McKay, Railroad, Columbia, Washington, USA

    Children:
    1. Jode Mayberry
    2. William Henry Mayberry was born on 29 Jan 1868 in Iowa, USA; died on 11 Nov 1943 in Sutter, California, USA.
    3. Frank Maybery was born about 1869 in Iowa, USA; died in DECEASED.
    4. James E. Mayberry was born in 1870 in Iowa, USA; died before 1880.
    5. 15. Cora Vina Mayberry was born on 14 May 1873 in Jefferson, Kansas, USA; died on 7 Aug 1930 in Wagstaff, Ten Mile, Miami, Kansas, USA; was buried on 10 Aug 1930 in Hillsdale Cemetery South, Hillsdale, Miami, Kansas, USA.
    6. Mattie Mayberry was born in Dec 1873 in Cloud, Kansas, USA; died on 3 May 1958 in Port Orchard, Kitsap, Washington, USA.
    7. Jesse Elmer Mayberry was born on 25 Dec 1877 in Cloud, Kansas, USA; died on 20 Apr 1957 in Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz, California, USA.
    8. Clarence Mayberry was born on 16 Oct 1879 in La Cygne, Linn, Kansas, USA; died on 17 Jul 1963 in Brownwood, Brown, Texas, USA.
    9. Joseph Melton Mayberry was born on 15 Aug 1881 in Kansas, USA; died on 3 May 1967 in Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz, California, USA.
    10. John Henry Mayberry was born on 25 Aug 1886 in Wea, Miami, Kansas, USA; died on 10 Apr 1925 in Marysville, Yuba, California, USA.


Generation: 6

  1. 48.  Laurence Bowe was born in 1770; died in DECEASED.

    Laurence married Catherine ?. Catherine died in DECEASED. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  2. 49.  Catherine ? died in DECEASED.
    Children:
    1. 24. John Bowe was born about 1808 in Lisdowney, Kilkenny, Ireland; died on 16 Jan 1854 in Junction City, Perry, Ohio, USA; was buried in Elmwood Cemetery, Lancaster, Fairfield, Ohio, USA.

  3. 54.  Benedict Otteni died in DECEASED.

    Other Events:

    • Reference Number: 13569

    Benedict married Christina Hauser. Christina died in DECEASED. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  4. 55.  Christina Hauser died in DECEASED.

    Other Events:

    • Reference Number: 1917

    Children:
    1. 27. Theresia Otteni was born on 11 Nov 1820 in Baden-Württemberg, Germany; died in May 1895 in Lancaster, Fairfield, Ohio, USA; was buried in St. Mary Catholic Cemetery, Lancaster, Fairfield, Ohio, USA.

  5. 58.  Francis HastingsFrancis Hastings was born on 22 Jun 1809 in Luzerne, Luzerne, Pennsylvania, USA (son of Dr. Seth Hastings, Sr. and Eunice Parmelee); died on 11 Jul 1880 in Wea, Miami, Kansas, USA; was buried in Louisburg Cemetery, Louisburg, Miami, Kansas, USA.

    Other Events:

    • FSID: M9YF-8JZ
    • Reference Number: 7965
    • Residence: Kansas, USA; Relation To Head: Soldier
    • Military Service: Served in the Civil War
    • Residence: 1850, Hancock, Illinois, USA
    • Residence: 1860, York, Putnam, Missouri, USA
    • Residence: 1868, Wea, Miami, Kansas, USA

    Notes:


    THE BORDER CHIEF--LOUISBURG KANSAS THURDAY JULY 15, 1880
    DIED:
    Hastings--On Sunday evening, July 10, very suddenly, Mr. Francis Hastings, aged 71 years. The funeral services were held at the M.E. church on Monday, conducted by Rev. J.P. Everett, after which his remains were conveyed to the Louisburg cemetery.

    Francis married Caroline Elizabeth Douglas on 28 Sep 1832 in Hamilton, Ohio, USA. Caroline (daughter of ? Douglas and ? ?) was born on 18 Mar 1811 in New York, USA; died on 8 Jan 1881 in Wea, Miami, Kansas, USA; was buried in Louisburg Cemetery, Louisburg, Miami, Kansas, USA. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  6. 59.  Caroline Elizabeth DouglasCaroline Elizabeth Douglas was born on 18 Mar 1811 in New York, USA (daughter of ? Douglas and ? ?); died on 8 Jan 1881 in Wea, Miami, Kansas, USA; was buried in Louisburg Cemetery, Louisburg, Miami, Kansas, USA.

    Other Events:

    • FSID: LZFY-4NM
    • Reference Number: 7966
    • Residence: Kansas, USA; Relation To Head: Widow
    • Census: 9 Nov 1850, Hancock, Illinois, USA
    • Census: 2 Oct 1860, York, Putnam, Missouri, USA
    • Census: 27 Jun 1870, Wea, Miami, Kansas, USA
    • Census: 3 Jun 1880, Wea, Miami, Kansas, USA

    Notes:

    THE BORDER CHIEF LOUISBURG, KANSAS January 14, 1881 DIED: Hastings--on Friday, January 7, Mrs. Francis Hastings, aged about 80 years. Funeral services were held at the M.E. Church on Saturday by Rev. J.P. Everett. after which the remains were carried to their last resting place int the Louisburg cemetery.

    Children:
    1. William M. Hastings was born on 5 Jul 1833 in Kelleys Island, Erie, Ohio, USA; died on 14 Apr 1910 in Louisburg, Miami, Kansas, USA; was buried in Louisburg Cemetery, Louisburg, Miami, Kansas, USA.
    2. Mary Jane Hastings was born on 22 Apr 1836 in Pickerington, Franklin, Ohio, USA; died on 6 Mar 1927 in Louisburg, Miami, Kansas, USA; was buried on 8 Mar 1927 in Louisburg Cemetery, Louisburg, Miami, Kansas, USA.
    3. Louisa A. Hastings was born in Mar 1838 in Kelleys Island, Erie, Ohio, USA; died on 24 Jul 1928 in Ironside, Malheur, Oregon, USA; was buried in Ironside Cemetery, Ironside, Malheur, Oregon, USA.
    4. Caroline Leslie Hastings was born on 12 Feb 1840 in Kelleys Island, Erie, Ohio, USA; died on 14 Jul 1912 in Blythedale, Harrison, Missouri, USA; was buried in Akron Cemetery, Akron, Harrison, Missouri, USA.
    5. 29. Margaret Hastings was born on 27 Mar 1842 in Kelleys Island, Erie, Ohio, USA; died on 22 Jan 1904 in Wea, Miami, Kansas, USA; was buried in Louisburg, Miami, Kansas, USA.
    6. Samantha Hastings was born in Mar 1844 in Kelleys Island, Erie, Ohio, USA; died on 16 Mar 1923 in Asotin, Asotin, Washington, USA; was buried in Pataha Flat Cemetery, Pomeroy, Garfield, Washington, USA.
    7. Sarah Sally Ann Hastings was born on 2 Aug 1845 in Rural, Dallas City, Hancock, Illinois, USA; died on 17 Aug 1925 in 5 1/2 miles SE of town, 76096, Bartlesville, Osage, Oklahoma, USA; was buried in Silver Lake Cemetery, Bartlesville, Washington, Oklahoma, USA.
    8. Francis Douglas Hastings was born on 2 May 1848 in Hancock, Illinois, USA; died on 2 Aug 1938 in Wapato, Yakima, Washington, USA; was buried in Yakima Cemetery, Yakima, Yakima, Washington, USA.

  7. 60.  Jacob MayberryJacob Mayberry was born in Jun 1803 in Cocke, Tennessee, USA (son of Frederick Sylvester Mayberry, II and Priscilla Tennessee Yoakum); died on 28 Oct 1884 in Wea, Miami, Kansas, USA; was buried in Louisburg Cemetery, Louisburg, Miami, Kansas, USA.

    Other Events:

    • Name: Jake
    • Occupation: 1850, Randolph, McLean, Illinois, USA; farmer
    • Residence: 1850, Randolph, McLean, Illinois, USA
    • Residence: 1860, Washington, Webster, Iowa, USA; Residence Post Office: Border Plaines
    • Residence: 1870, Washington, Webster, Iowa, USA; Residence Post Office: Border Plains
    • Residence: 1880, Wea, Miami, Kansas, USA; Marital Status: Married; Relation to Head: Self

    Jacob married Mary Martha Hand in 1824 in Illinois, USA. Mary was born in 1811 in Ross, Ohio, USA; died about 1885 in Louisburg, Miami, Kansas, USA; was buried in 1885 in Louisburg Cemetery, Louisburg, Miami, Kansas, USA. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  8. 61.  Mary Martha HandMary Martha Hand was born in 1811 in Ross, Ohio, USA; died about 1885 in Louisburg, Miami, Kansas, USA; was buried in 1885 in Louisburg Cemetery, Louisburg, Miami, Kansas, USA.

    Other Events:

    • Name: Mattie
    • Residence: 1850, Randolph, McLean, Illinois, USA
    • Residence: 1860, Washington, Webster, Iowa, USA; Residence Post Office: Border Plaines
    • Residence: 1870, Washington, Webster, Iowa, USA; Residence Post Office: Border Plains
    • Residence: 1880, Wea, Miami, Kansas, USA; Marital Status: Married; Relation to Head: Wife

    Children:
    1. George Mayberry was born in 1824 in Sangamon, Illinois, USA; died about 1899 in Hamilton, Illinois, USA.
    2. ? Mayberry was born in 1825 in Illinois, USA; died before 1840.
    3. Wesley Mayberry was born about 1827 in Illinois, USA.
    4. Priscilla Mayberry was born on 15 Apr 1834 in McLean, McLean, Illinois, USA; died on 5 Dec 1901 in Hillsdale, Miami, Kansas, USA.
    5. Barbara Ellen Mayberry was born in 1839 in Hamilton, Illinois, USA; died in 1925 in Duncombe, Webster, Iowa, USA.
    6. William F. Mayberry was born in 1841 in McLean, Illinois, USA; died on 4 May 1885 in Bonito, Lincoln, New Mexico, USA.
    7. 30. John R. Mayberry was born on 26 Nov 1845 in Hamilton, Illinois, USA; died on 4 Apr 1920 in Wapato, Yakima, Washington, USA.
    8. Henry Mayberry was born in 1849 in McLean, Illinois, USA; died in DECEASED.
    9. Martha A. Mayberry was born about 1852 in Illinois, USA.


Generation: 7

  1. 116.  Dr. Seth Hastings, Sr. was born on 6 Dec 1745 in Hatfield, Hampshire, Massachusetts, USA; died on 29 Apr 1830 in Clinton, Oneida, New York, USA; was buried in Clinton, Oneida, New York, USA.

    Other Events:

    • FSID: L6R1-1JJ

    Seth married Eunice Parmelee. Eunice was born on 30 Dec 1763 in Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts, USA; died on 2 May 1821 in Clinton, Oneida, New York, USA; was buried in Clinton, Oneida, New York, USA. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  2. 117.  Eunice Parmelee was born on 30 Dec 1763 in Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts, USA; died on 2 May 1821 in Clinton, Oneida, New York, USA; was buried in Clinton, Oneida, New York, USA.

    Other Events:

    • FSID: LY99-S1K

    Children:
    1. 58. Francis Hastings was born on 22 Jun 1809 in Luzerne, Luzerne, Pennsylvania, USA; died on 11 Jul 1880 in Wea, Miami, Kansas, USA; was buried in Louisburg Cemetery, Louisburg, Miami, Kansas, USA.

  3. 118.  ? Douglas died in DECEASED.

    ? married ? ?. ? died in DECEASED. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  4. 119.  ? ? died in DECEASED.

    Other Events:

    • Reference Number: 13505

    Children:
    1. 59. Caroline Elizabeth Douglas was born on 18 Mar 1811 in New York, USA; died on 8 Jan 1881 in Wea, Miami, Kansas, USA; was buried in Louisburg Cemetery, Louisburg, Miami, Kansas, USA.

  5. 120.  Frederick Sylvester Mayberry, IIFrederick Sylvester Mayberry, II was born on 27 Nov 1756 in Rural, Liberty, Bedford, Virginia, USA (son of Frederick Sylvester Mayberry, Sr. and Barbara Nalle); died on 19 Mar 1842 in Mayberry, Hamilton, Illinois, USA; was buried in Big Hill Cemetery, Broughton, Hamilton, Illinois, USA.

    Other Events:

    • Military Service: Between 1781 and 1782, Virginia, USA
    • Will: Aft 1842, Mayberry, Hamilton, Illinois, USA

    Frederick married Priscilla Tennessee Yoakum on 4 May 1792 in Bedford, Bedford, Virginia, USA. Priscilla (daughter of Michael Yoakum and Ann Boyles) was born in 1773 in Bedford, Virginia, USA; died on 22 May 1849 in Mayberry, Hamilton, Illinois, USA; was buried in Big Hill Cemetery, Broughton, Hamilton, Illinois, USA. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  6. 121.  Priscilla Tennessee YoakumPriscilla Tennessee Yoakum was born in 1773 in Bedford, Virginia, USA (daughter of Michael Yoakum and Ann Boyles); died on 22 May 1849 in Mayberry, Hamilton, Illinois, USA; was buried in Big Hill Cemetery, Broughton, Hamilton, Illinois, USA.

    Notes:

    Married:
    or probably Green, Tennessee.

    Children:
    1. Elizabeth Mayberry was born in 1790 in Tennessee, USA; died in 1865 in Union, Kentucky, USA.
    2. Solomon Mayberry was born in 1792 in Greene, Tennessee, USA; died in 1877 in Butler, Bates, Missouri, USA.
    3. Jesse Mayberry was born in 1794 in Tennessee, USA; died in 1839 in Posey, Indiana, USA.
    4. Ann Mayberry was born on 2 Feb 1796 in Greene, Tennessee, USA; died on 28 Aug 1865 in Hamilton, Illinois, USA.
    5. Fredrick Sylvester Mayberry, III was born on 31 Oct 1798 in Cocke, Tennessee, USA; died on 4 Mar 1849 in Broughton, Hamilton, Illinois, USA.
    6. George Thomas Mayberry was born on 11 Sep 1801 in Cocke, Tennessee, USA; died on 23 Sep 1843 in Wayne City, Wayne, Illinois, USA.
    7. Priscilla Mayberry was born in 1802 in Cocke, Tennessee, USA; died on 15 Apr 1884 in Hamilton, Illinois, USA.
    8. 60. Jacob Mayberry was born in Jun 1803 in Cocke, Tennessee, USA; died on 28 Oct 1884 in Wea, Miami, Kansas, USA; was buried in Louisburg Cemetery, Louisburg, Miami, Kansas, USA.
    9. Job Mayberry was born on 21 Dec 1806 in Cocke, Tennessee, USA; died on 1 Oct 1890 in Mine La Motte, Madison, Missouri, USA.
    10. Lucinda Mayberry was born in 1807 in Kentucky, USA; died in 1839 in Hamilton, Illinois, USA.
    11. Mary Mayberry was born in Aug 1808 in Henderson, Kentucky, USA; died on 15 Apr 1881 in Hamilton, Illinois, USA.
    12. David Kambular Mayberry was born on 6 Mar 1811 in Kentucky or Tennessee, USA; died on 15 Apr 1881 in Hamilton, Illinois, USA.
    13. Henderson Mayberry was born on 10 Mar 1813 in Henderson, Henderson, Kentucky, USA; died on 5 May 1853 in Hamilton, Illinois, USA.
    14. William Harrison Mayberry was born on 22 Aug 1816 in Henderson, Henderson, Kentucky, USA; died on 25 Jul 1899 in Pottawatomie, Oklahoma, USA; was buried in Fairview Cemetery, Perry, Noble, Oklahoma, USA.


Generation: 8

    Children:
    1. 118. ? Douglas died in DECEASED.

  1. 240.  Frederick Sylvester Mayberry, Sr. was born on 19 Jun 1723 in Baden-Württemberg, Germany; died on 31 Jul 1801 in Bedford, Virginia, USA; was buried in Oakwood Cemetery, Bedford, Bedford, Virginia, USA.

    Other Events:

    • Name: Frederich Meÿberg
    • Name: Fritz
    • Military Service: Revolutionary War

    Frederick married Barbara Nalle. Barbara was born in 1734; died in 1811. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  2. 241.  Barbara Nalle was born in 1734; died in 1811.

    Other Events:

    • Name: Barbara Nalls

    Children:
    1. 120. Frederick Sylvester Mayberry, II was born on 27 Nov 1756 in Rural, Liberty, Bedford, Virginia, USA; died on 19 Mar 1842 in Mayberry, Hamilton, Illinois, USA; was buried in Big Hill Cemetery, Broughton, Hamilton, Illinois, USA.

  3. 242.  Michael YoakumMichael Yoakum was born in 1740 in Tulpehocken, Berks, Pennsylvania, USA (son of Johann Mathias Yoakum and Eleanor See); died after 1799 in Bedford, Virginia, USA.

    Other Events:

    • Name: Michael Jochem
    • Name: Michael Yocum
    • Residence: Between 1755 and 1800, Ballard, Kentucky, USA

    Michael married Ann Boyles on 8 Feb 1762 in Bedford, Virginia, USA. Ann (daughter of Alexander Boyles and Arnolda Antonia Cock) was born in 1740 in Bedford, Virginia, USA; died on 20 Sep 1781 in Bedford, Virginia, USA. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  4. 243.  Ann Boyles was born in 1740 in Bedford, Virginia, USA (daughter of Alexander Boyles and Arnolda Antonia Cock); died on 20 Sep 1781 in Bedford, Virginia, USA.
    Children:
    1. Jacob Yoakum was born in 1764; died in 1774.
    2. Agnes Yoakum was born in 1768 in Bedford, Virginia, USA; died in 1770.
    3. 121. Priscilla Tennessee Yoakum was born in 1773 in Bedford, Virginia, USA; died on 22 May 1849 in Mayberry, Hamilton, Illinois, USA; was buried in Big Hill Cemetery, Broughton, Hamilton, Illinois, USA.
    4. Solomon Yoakum was born in 1773 in Bedford, Bedford, Virginia, USA; died on 29 Oct 1850 in Denton, Denton, Texas, USA.
    5. Jacob Yoakum was born in 1774 in Bedford, Bedford, Virginia, USA; died on 4 Nov 1845 in Yoakum Silver Mine, Galena, Stone, Missouri, USA.


Generation: 9

  1. 484.  Johann Mathias YoakumJohann Mathias Yoakum was born in 1705 in New Amsterdam, Kings, New York, USA; died on 18 Feb 1783 in Botetourt, Virginia, USA; was buried .

    Other Events:

    • Will: 29 Jan 1780, Botetourt, Virginia, USA

    Johann married Eleanor See in 1727 in Hardy, Bedford, Virginia, USA. Eleanor was born in 1712 in Silesia, Poland; died in 1782 in Botetourt, Virginia, USA; was buried . [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  2. 485.  Eleanor See was born in 1712 in Silesia, Poland; died in 1782 in Botetourt, Virginia, USA; was buried .

    Other Events:

    • Name: Eleanor Zeh

    Notes:

    Birth:
    formerly Silesia, Germany

    Children:
    1. Phillip Paul Yoakum was born in 1727 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA; died in Dec 1808 in Hardy, Bedford, Virginia, USA.
    2. Francis Yoacum was born in 1729 in Frederick, Virginia, USA; died on 14 Nov 1780 in Frederick, Virginia, USA.
    3. Jacob Yoakum was born on 8 May 1730 in Tulpehocken, Berks, Pennsylvania, USA; died on 14 Nov 1780 in Hardy, Bedford, Virginia, USA; was buried .
    4. Valentine Felty Yoakum was born in 1734 in New Amsterdam, Kings, New York, USA; died on 17 Jul 1763 in Muddy Creek, Greenbrier, West Virginia, USA.
    5. Mathias Yoakum was born in 1736 in Tulpehocken, Berks, Pennsylvania, USA; died on 28 Dec 1784 in Hardy, West Virginia, USA.
    6. Jesse Yoakum was born in 1738 in Tulpehocken, Berks, Pennsylvania, USA; died in 1782 in Mercer, Kentucky, USA.
    7. 242. Michael Yoakum was born in 1740 in Tulpehocken, Berks, Pennsylvania, USA; died after 1799 in Bedford, Virginia, USA.
    8. Conrad Yoakum was born in 1742 in Berks, Pennsylvania, USA; died in 1768 in Greenbrier, West Virginia, USA.
    9. Ann Yoakum was born in 1744 in Bedford, Bedford, Virginia, USA; died in 1810 in Pulaski, Kentucky, USA.
    10. John Yoakum was born in 1747 in Pennsylvania, USA; died on 4 Sep 1839 in Posey, Clay, Indiana, USA.
    11. William Yoakum was born on 15 Jan 1750/51 in Hampshire, Mineral, West Virginia, USA; died on 4 Sep 1839 in Mercer, Kentucky, USA.
    12. George Yoakum was born on 15 Jan 1752 in Peach Creek, Logan, West Virginia, USA; died on 28 Oct 1800 in Speedwell, Claiborne, Tennessee, USA; was buried in Yoakum Cemetery, Speedwell, Claiborne, Tennessee, USA.
    13. Henry Yoakum was born in 1753 in Mercer, Kentucky, USA; died in 1815 in Casey, Kentucky, USA.

  3. 486.  Alexander Boyles was born on 4 Mar 1717/18 in Kampen, Kampen, Overijssel, Netherlands; died on 20 Sep 1781.

    Alexander married Arnolda Antonia Cock on 20 Nov 1740 in Nederlands Hervormde Kerk, Nijmegen, Gelderland, Netherlands. Arnolda was born about 1721 in Tiel, Tiel, Gelderland, Netherlands; died on 15 Jul 1791 in Tiel, Tiel, Gelderland, Netherlands. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  4. 487.  Arnolda Antonia Cock was born about 1721 in Tiel, Tiel, Gelderland, Netherlands; died on 15 Jul 1791 in Tiel, Tiel, Gelderland, Netherlands.

    Other Events:

    • Name: Joy

    Children:
    1. 243. Ann Boyles was born in 1740 in Bedford, Virginia, USA; died on 20 Sep 1781 in Bedford, Virginia, USA.