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---------- Forwarded message ---------
From: David McManamon
Date: Thu, Sep 20, 2018 at 8:20 PM
Subject: Re: FW: Fw: Re: going through ancestry today
To: mary vitter

Hi Mary,

I'm Paul's son.  I search mostly on familysearch.org & ancestry, both have most of the same data but use different algorithms for "find names like" so I do find different results.

I searched some New York passenger manifests, the only close match is her possible first adopted family Aldington.  Albert Aldington was a NYC barber and may have adopted her in 1880. I think the verbal story in Joan's report that she was placed with one family then taken from them and moved to Tiffin, Ohio may be accurate.

Her own statements for every census indicate she was born in New York so I think that is accurate.  Interestingly she gave a variety of responses about the birthplace of her parents for the census. I may file some requests to get more information about her adoption(s) but in New York those applications need proof of lineage and the data isn't searchable online.

--David

On Thu, Sep 20, 2018 at 8:57 PM mary vitter wrote:
Hey David, Who's son are you??
Did you ever go through ship's logs of immigrants coming to the US via New York during the time my grandmother may have come with her father? (as the story goes... her mother died in England and her father died aboard the ship en route to America). She would be listed as an orphan and possibly her father's name would be listed. If you know how to do the research and I can get access to the records on line etc, I would be happy to help out!

On Thu, Aug 23, 2018 at 5:59 PM David McManamon wrote:
I haven't seen anything to support the story of wealth or related to royalty as Joan recorded.  You can confidently place Francis Allington's birthplace as New York in part because she consistently stated that on the 1900, 1910, 1920 & 1930 census records.  She also inconsistently noted the birthplace of her parents on the census reports.  The 1930 census has Francis Bauman's parents listed as both from New York, others list her father as British and mother unknown.
As to someone who migrated from Ireland with her father that could be Bridget O'byrne from Monaghan, Ireland born in 1834?  I didn't research anything about her father and when he passed away.

--David

On Thu, Aug 23, 2018 at 6:24 PM mary vitter wrote:
Wow...this is really interesting! Mom 's remembrance was very similar. She said that her mother was rich and a trunk full of fabulous dresses that were all stolen from her when she became an orphan. We have her mother's name, but not her father's name unless it is Franziska. We could find out if she was really wealthy or if the children just added that to her story.

On Thu, Aug 23, 2018 at 5:08 PM Paul McManamon wrote:
Mary said
“Strange that the records show that she was born in New York....Mom said she came over on a ship with her father from Ireland (no mention of her mother) and that her father died on the ship in transit.  “
I looked a Joan’s report, from discussion with mom, and it does not say where Francis Mary Allington was born .  I wonder if the birth certificate you found was really her, or not?  The last names were close, and the date was right.

Dr. Paul McManamon
paul@excitingtechnology.com
937-344-3921
2006 SPIE President
Fellow of IEEE, SPIE, OSA, AIAA, AFRL, DEPs, MSS

From: David McManamon
Sent: Thursday, August 23, 2018 5:42 PM
To: Paul McManamon ; maryvitter@gmail.com; kc8hab@yahoo.com
Subject: Re: FW: Fw: Re: going through ancestry today

For the Bauman(n) family familysearch.org has a lot of information going back to Switzerland if you have an account.  I attached a screenshot from that site showing the parents of Samuel H. Baumann who were both born in Aargau, Switzerland.
The McManamon.me site lists the birthplace of Francis Allington as Ireland which could be corrected.

--David

On Thu, Aug 23, 2018 at 3:16 PM Paul McManamon wrote:

Dr. Paul McManamon
paul@excitingtechnology.com
937-344-3921
2006 SPIE President
Fellow of IEEE, SPIE, OSA, AIAA, AFRL, DEPs, MSS

From: Michael McManamon
Sent: Thursday, August 23, 2018 2:51 PM
To: 'mary vitter' ; 'Tom McManamon'
Cc: paul@excitingtechnology.com; jadushane@aol.com; kc8hab@yahoo.com; 'Charles Wilke' ; mtm@inlandseas.com
Subject: RE: Fw: Re: going through ancestry today

Anything in particular?
Try going to http://www.mcmanamon.me
Click the ‘family tree’ link
Then hit the ‘sign in’ on the bar at the top

Mcmanamon/family should work to login

Hope you’re having a great summer!

Mike

From: mary vitter
Sent: Thursday, August 23, 2018 2:35 PM
To: Tom McManamon
Cc: paul@excitingtechnology.com; jadushane@aol.com; kc8hab@yahoo.com; Charles Wilke ; mtm@inlandseas.com
Subject: Re: Fw: Re: going through ancestry today

Does anyone know anything about the Bauman family tree??

On Sat, Aug 18, 2018 at 6:29 PM Tom McManamon wrote:

----- Forwarded Message -----
From: mary vitter
To: "paul@excitingtechnology.com"
Cc: Tom McManamon ; "kc8hab@yahoo.com" ; "dmcmanam@gmail.com"
Sent: ‎Saturday‎, ‎August‎ ‎18‎, ‎2018‎ ‎03‎:‎42‎:‎32‎ ‎PM‎ ‎EDT
Subject: Re: going through ancestry today

Dick's Bridget is also interested in ancestry and has looked into mom"s tree and Jim's son Jimmy also! I think Char's wife, June did some too! I wish we could get it all together in one spot!

On Sat, Aug 18, 2018 at 2:04 PM Paul McManamon wrote:
David has gotten interested in ancestry. He did the 23 and me test, and found I think 13% Jewish ancestry.    He thought it was through Francis Mary Allington, our grandmother.  She was an orphan and converted when she was 12.  I emailed Judy and Judy also got the Jewish ancestry  when she   did 23 and me. Judy thinks it comes from Samuel Bauman, but she did not say much more. Judy said she is almost done with a book on her ancestry.  If you found some of Samuel Bauman’s ancestry then maybe that would support, or contradict, what Judy thinks.
-paul
Dr. Paul McManamon
paul@excitingtechnology.com
937-344-3921
2006 SPIE President
Fellow of IEEE, SPIE, OSA, AIAA, AFRL, DEPs, MSS

From: Tom McManamon
Sent: Saturday, August 18, 2018 1:12 PM
To: Denny McManamon ; maryvitter@gmail.com; Paul McManamon
Subject: going through ancestry today

I found Julie Hilson who is a 2-3 cousin. looking at her family tree I found Sarah Bauman born in 1700. in the same  tree I found Mourice Myers father of Sam Myers. I also found in the same tree our grandfather Samual Bauman   (1870-1946). His mother was Bridget Bauman from Ireland. For Mary Vitter. detsy was born Sept 22 1918 
Allington, Frances Mary (I23895)
 
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Clipping from an unknown newspaper, Apparently in Fort collins, Colorado, preserved in Alice (Furh) Denslow's date book under the date May 30, Edna's Birthday.
Edna B.E. Ring, 81, of 219 Meldrum St.., died Sunday at her home.
Visitation will be held at Warren Funeral Chapel until 12:30 p.m. Wednesday. A service will be held at 1:30 Wednesday at the mortuary with the Rev. Delbert Paulson officating. Burial will be at Resthaven Memory Gardens.
Memorial contribution may be made to the National Asthma Center or the Children's Asthma Research Institude and Hospital in care of the mortuary.
Born May 30 1897, Mrs. Ring married Harvey E. Ring in Paola, Kan., Feb 22 1916. He died in 1973. She lived here since about 1938 and had worked about 16 years for the city library, retiring in 1959. She was a member of the First United Methodist Church.
Survivors include a sister, Mrs. Frona Barnet of Fort Collins; and a brother, Charles L. Fuhr of Broomfield.
 
Fuhr, Edna Blanche Emeline (I20938)
 
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Death:

Carolyn Faith (Ashworth) Conley age 66 of Mukilteo passes away on September 8, 2006. Born to a family of ministers. Carolyn started her life in Yakima, Washington on November 29, 1939. Over her life, she found joy in Theater, performing at the Taproot Theater as well as the Attic Theater. Music, Art, and Acting were also a joy to Carolyn. Church was another important aspect, as she attended Cedar Park Church in Bothell for many years, and more recently attended University Presbyterian Church.

Carolyn is survived by her husband David, sister Eunice Sinner of Vancouver, Washington, and four children of her own. Preceding her in death are her parents Robert and Ruth Ashworth. Funeral Service will be held on Friday, September 15, 2006 at the University Presbyterian Church (4540 15th Avenue N.E. Seattle, WA.) at 11:00a.m. Arrangements under the careof Purdy and Walters with Cassidy.

Carolyn and Robert were divorced 15 Feb 1980 in Santa Clara, Snata Clara California, USA
 
Ashworth, Carolyn Faith (I23166)
 
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Death:

The Reverend Robert James Teeter, 86, formerlyof Sumner, Wash., died Sunday , Oct 14, 2007 while under hospice care at the homeof his daughter, Patricia Antin, of Peabody. He was the loving husband of the late Ruthelta Marlaine (Ashworth) Teeter with whom he shared 50 years of marriage. Born in Spokane, Washington on St. Patrick's Day, he lived as a resident until moving to Massachusetts three years ago. He was a U.S. Army veteran of World War II and studied theology at Northwest Bible Instute and Seminary (Northwest University) in Seattle.
 
Teeter, Reverend James Robert (I19517)
 
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Frank R. Peckham, Jr.

Graveside services will be held on Wednesday November 21, 2012 at 10 a.m. at the Conehatta Methodist Cemetery. Ott and Lee Funeral Home of forest, Mississippi, is in chare of arrangement. Burial in Conehatta Methodist Cemetery, Conehastta, Newton, Mississippi.

Frank R. Peckham, Jr.

Graveside services will be held Wednesday, November 21, 2012 at 10 a.m., at the Conehatta Methodist Cemetery. Ott and Lee Funeral Home of Forest, Mississippi in in charge of arrangements.

Burial in Conehatta Methodist Cemetery, Conehatta Newton, Mississippi, USA

Frank R. Peckham, Jr.

Graveside services will be held Wednesday, November 21, 2012 at 10 a.m., at the Conehatta Methodist Cemetery. Ott and Lee Funeral Home of Forest, Mississippi in in charge of arrangements.

Burial in Conehatta Methodist Cemetery, Conehatta Newton, Mississippi, USA
 
Peckham, Frank Raymond Jr. (I16739)
 
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Georgia A "Peggy" Mills Faust:

Ashes will be laid to rest along side her loving husband, Bernard Joseph Faust, at Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery. She was a Gift of Life Donor. Come to JB Nat'l Cemetery at 10:45 a.m. for an 11:00 a.m. ceremony Wednesday, August 8, 2012. Peggy was born in Putnam County, Missouri June 6, 1927 and died in St. Louis om February 2, 2012 after a brief bout with pneumonia. She is loved a missed by family and friends.
 
Mills, Georgia A. 'Peggy' (I17248)
 
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Glenn and Alma divorced.
 
Butler, Alma Dora (I19503)
 
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Harold was son of Perry Lee and Golda Ann (Casady) Millos. He was a World War II veteran and was injured on Cebu.
 
Mills, Harold Kermit Edwin (I19541)
 
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Met his future wife while working at a bank in Park City, Montana. He served in the Marine Corp during World War I, in Texas. After his discharge he married , living firstin Bushnell, Illinois, then back to Park City, Montana, then Mount Pleasent, Iowa.

Obituary: Ralph Neely, 54, Claimed by death: Last Rites Monday.

Ralph Bilyeu Neely, 54 manager of the service department of the AJohn Deere Plow Co., died at 5:30 a.m. today at the Moline Public Hospital following an operation earlier in the week. His residence was at 1540 Eleventh Avenue, Moline. Funeral services willbe held at 3:00 p,m,. Monday at the Knox Trimble Funeral Home with the Rev. Ray Honeywell officiating.

Mr Neely was born Sept. 11 1892, at Mulberry Grove, Ill., attented Mulberry Grove Schools and the Gem City Business College at Quincy. Following service in the World War I as a Marine sergeant, he ws employed by John M. Brant Co., of Bushnell, Ill., and a farmer for a period of two years at Park City, Mont.

He began service with John Deere Plow Co., on May 1,1928, as assistant salesman to H.M. Park, at that time salesman on the Waterloo Falls, Ia., territory. He was later made regular salesman of the area and from Feb 16, 1943, until Dec. 20 of that years was retail store supervisor of northeastern Iowa compay stores with headquarters in Iowa Falls. He was brought to the Moline office of the Plow Co., in December 1943 and promoted to service manager, which position he held until his dath.

Mr Neely married Miss Francis McCrary on August 119919. He was a member of the First Methodist Church of Moline and a member of the Moline Consistory as a 32nd degree Mason.

Surviving are mhis wife; a daughter, Florence, who teaches at Winton-Salem, N.C.; two sons, Marion, a student at the University of Iowa, and Ralph Jr. at the home; two brothers, Paul F. Neely of Sorento,Ill., and George of Mulberry and a sister Mrs. Roxy Martin of Mulberry Grove.
 
Neely, Ralph Bilyeu (I21399)
 
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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.
 
Bendorf, Bertha Pearl (I453)
 
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Obituary: Duane Dean Daniels:

Duane Dean Daniels, a Vaughn resident, died July 17, 2003 at the age of 67.
Daniels was born on May 10, 1936 in Wapato to Johnie and Lucile (Berwington) Daniels.
He married Ethel Sergent in Yakima in 1964. He worked for the University Place Water District and also attended Chefs and barber School. He was a U.S. Navy veteran.
He is survivred by his wife, Ethel, of Vaughn; one daughter, Jeanine Havard of
Gig Harvard; five step-children, Dan Underwood od Richland, Debbie Slawson of Vaughn; Larry Underwood of Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, Linda Hacker od Vaughn; and Mary Wolkenhauer of Prosser; one brother, Donald of Tacoma; one sister Gladys Wills of Packwood; 16 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.
A graveside service was held Tuesday, July 22, at Vaughn Bay Cemetery. Arrangements by Funeral Alternatives of Washington.
 
Daniels, Duane Dean (I15150)
 
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Obituary: Evelyn L. Morgan Witter, 89, of Overland Park, Kan., passed away May 21, 2008 at the Sweetlife of Rosehill in Shawnee. Funeral services will be Saturday, May 24, at 10 a.m. at the St. Mark's United Methodist Church. Visitation will be Friday, May 23, from 6-8 p.m., at the McGlley & Hoge Chapel, 8024 Santa Fe Dr., Overland Park, Kan. Burial in Johnson County Memorial Gardens. Memorial contribution may be made to the American Heart Association.

Evelyn was born April 9, 1919, in Louisburg , Kan. She was raised in the Louisburg community and graduated from the Louisburg High School.
She enjoyed her family, going to Branson ,country music, cooking and family get-togethers. She was a member of St. Mark's United Methodist Church. Evelyn was an exceptional wife, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother who valued and loved her family and friends.

She was preceded in death by her husband Ellis Witter of 63 years. survivors include two daughters and one son, Janice M. Jackson, husband Darold, Julia A. Chanay, husband Larry, and Jerry E. Witter, wife SuZanne; seven grandchildren: Tim Weible, Jennifer Locklear, Aimee Jackson, Hollie Weible, Jared Witter, Andrew Witter, Mitchell Witter, and three great-grandchildren, Katie Locklear, Ryan Weible and Jacob Locklear. ( Arr: McGilley & Hoge Chapel).

Obituary: Evelyn L. Morgan Witter

Evelyn L. Morgan Witter 89, passed away May 21, 2008, at the Sweetlife of Rosehill in Shawnee. Funeral services will be Saturday, May 24, at 10 a.m. at St. Mark's United Methodist Church. Visitation will be Friday, , May 23, from 6-8 p.m. at the McGilley & Hoge Chapel, 8024 Santa Fe Dr., ,Overland Park , Kan. Burial in Johnson County Memorial Gardens. Memorial contibutions may be made to the American Heart Association.

Evelyn was born April 9, 1919, in Louisburg, Kan. She was raised in the Louisburg community and graduated from the Louisburg High School. She enjoyed her family, going to Branson, country music, cooking and family get-togethers. She was a member of the St. Mark's United Methodist Church. Evelyn was an exceptional wife, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother who valued and loved her family and friends.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Ellis Witter of 63 years. Survivors include two daughters and one son, Janice M. Jackson, husband Darold, Julia A. Chanay, husband Larry, and Jerry Witter, wife SuZanne; seven grandchildren, Tim Weible, Jennifer Locklear, Aimee Jackson, Hollie Weible, Jared Witter, Andrew Witter, Mitchell Witter, and three great-grandchildren Katie Locklear, Ryan Weilbe and Jacob Locklear. (Arr.: McGilley & Hoge Chapel).

Obituary: Evelyn L. Morgan Witter

Evelyn L. Morgan Witter 89, passed away May 21, 2008, at the Sweetlife of Rosehill in Shawnee. Funeral services will be Saturday, May 24, at 10 a.m. at St. Mark's United Methodist Church. Visitation will be Friday, , May 23, from 6-8 p.m. at the McGilley & Hoge Chapel, 8024 Santa Fe Dr., ,Overland Park , Kan. Burial in Johnson County Memorial Gardens. Memorial contibutions may be made to the American Heart Association.

Evelyn was born April 9, 1919, in Louisburg, Kan. She was raised in the Louisburg community and graduated from the Louisburg High School. She enjoyed her family, going to Branson, country music, cooking and family get-togethers. She was a member of the St. Mark's United Methodist Church. Evelyn was an exceptional wife, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother who valued and loved her family and friends.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Ellis Witter of 63 years. Survivors include two daughters and one son, Janice M. Jackson, husband Darold, Julia A. Chanay, husband Larry, and Jerry Witter, wife SuZanne; seven grandchildren, Tim Weible, Jennifer Locklear, Aimee Jackson, Hollie Weible, Jared Witter, Andrew Witter, Mitchell Witter, and three great-grandchildren Katie Locklear, Ryan Weilbe and Jacob Locklear. (Arr.: McGilley & Hoge Chapel).

Obituary: Evelyn Leona Morgan Witter

Evelyn L. Morgan Witter, 89, of Overland Park, Kan., passed away May 21, 2008, at the Sweetlife of Rosehillin Shawnee. Funeral services willbe Saturday, May 24, at 10 a.m. at St. Marks United Methodist Church. Visitation wii be Friday May 23, from 6-8 p.m. at the McGilley & Hoge Chapel, 8024 Santa Fe Dr., Overland Park, Ks. Burial in Johnson County Memorial Gardens. Memorial contributions may be made to the America Heart Association.

Evelyn was born April 9, 1919, in Louisburg, Kan. She was raised in the Louisburg Community and graduated from Louisburg High School. She enjoyed her family, going to Branson, country music, cooking and family get-togethers. She was a member of the St. Mark's United Methodist Church. Evelyn was an exceptional wife, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother who valued and loved her family and friends.

She was preceded in death by her husband Ellis Witter of 63 years. Surivivors include two daughters and one son, Janice M. Jackson, husband Darold, Julia A. Chanay, husband Larry, and Jerry E. Witter, wife SuZanne; seven grand children : Tim Weible,Jennifer Locklear, Aimee Jackson, Hollie Weible,Jared Witter, Andrew Witter, Mitchell Witter, and three great-children, Katie Locklear, Ryan Weible, and Jacob Locklear. ( Arr.: McGilley & Hoge Chapel).
 
Morgan, Evelyn Leona (I13897)
 
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Obituary: Opal Irene Baker

Opal Irene Baker, 89, died Monday, Jan. 2008, at Cedar Village Long Term Care, Ness City.

She was born Jan. 26, 1919, in Louisburg, Kansas, to Robert Guy and Katherine Bendorf Horchem.

She married Edwin Baker on Aug. 28, 1942 in Wakeeny, Trego, Kansas. He preceded her in death June 29, 1965. She was a homemaker.

Survivors , a sonDonald "Oley" Baker and wife Sharon, Utica; a daughterJeanne Ann Elias and husband Dennis, MaKrachen; Six grandchildren and nine great-children.

She was preceded in death by a son Ronald Baker.

Graveside services will be 9:00 AM to 9:00 PM Thursday and 9:00 to 9:00 PM Friday , with family present at 7:00 PM Friday, both at Fitzgarald Funeral home, Ness City. Memorials are suggested to the First Christian Church , Utica in care of the funeral home.
 
Baker, Edwin (I14366)
 
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Obituary: Rosemary Rogerson Slachter

Rosemary Slachter, Mcbain, Mi., died March 16, 2005, at the home of her son, in McBain. She was 77. Born in Terre Haute, IN, on May 22, 1927, she was the daughter of Russell and Goldie Stahl Rogerson. She married John Slachter on September 7, 1946, at Terre Haute, IN. John and Rosemary both enjoyed traveling together and went on wonderful trips to Europe, Hawaii, and camping all over theUnited States. She worked side by side with John in rhe Christmas Tree business in both Sumner, IL, and Lucas, MI. She was a joyful and loving wife and mother who will always be remembered for her Excellent cooking, homemaking, and hospitality talents. She was a hospital volunteer at Mercy Hospital in Cadillac and active member of the Lucas Rehoboth Reformed Church in Lucas, and enjoyed selling Avon for many years. She dearley loved her family. At the time of her death, survivors included her husband of McBain, MI: one son, Alan Slachter and wife Cindy of McBain, MI; one daughter, Deborah Tully and husband Richard of Clinton, IN; three grandchildern, Steve Slachter, Chad Tully and Charis Tully; four great-grandchilern, Tiffany Slachter, Michael Slachter, Isaiah Slachter, andJamie Tully; one brother Robert Rogerson and Barbara Rogerson of Terre Haute, IN; One sister, Judith Rhude of Columbus, IN; three sis-in-laws, Angeline Quist of Holland, Dorothy and husband Ray Winkle of Grand Rapids, MI and Eleanor Thomas of Petosky; two brother-in-laws, Adrian and Donna Slachter of Cadillac and Marvin and Marilyn Slachter of Jenison. She was preceded in death by her parents and one brother William Rogerson, Funeral services were held Saturday, March 19, 2005, at Lucas Rehoboth Reformed Church with burial in Lucas Cemetery, MI. Arrangements were made by Burkholder Funeral Home in McBain, MI. Memorial tributes can be made to Lucas Rehoboth Reformed Church Building Fund or Hospice of Michigan.
 
Rogerson, Rose Mary (I17993)
 
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Obituary: Darlene R. Richardson:

Darlene R. Richardson, 83, of Parsons, died at 1 p.m. Thursday, May 29, 2014, at Elmhaven East Nursing home in Parsons with her daughters at her side.

She was born on Oct. 24, 1930, at Ogallala, Nebraska, to John and Nina (Hanson) Fleming. She grew up at Ogallala, Blackwell, Oklahoma, and St. Paul. She graduated feom St. Paul High School in 1948. She lived in Colorado for two years before moving to Parsons.

She married the love of her life, David V. Richardson, on Aug 17, 1950, at First United Methodist Church in Parsons. He preceded her in death on Dec. 27, 2012.

She worked at the Law Offices of Columbia and Markham, the Parsons Stockyards and the Kansas Army Ammunition Plant before going to work at Sun Graphics, where she worked as the office manger until retiring in 1999.

Darlene enjoyed traveling with her husband in retirement, gardening and growing flowers, and she was an avid reader. She was a member of the Parsons Soroptimist Club and helped coordinate the Parsons Arts and Crafts Fair. She love going to her grandchildren's activities and supporting them in their endeavors.

She is survived by two daughters, Davida Langraf and husband, Chuck, of Fort Collins, Colorado and Dana Richardson of Prairie Village, Kansas, three grandchildren, Libby Humbles and her husband, Blake, of Alta Loma, Californis, Logan Langraf of Cheyene, Wyoming, and Aaron Langraf of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvannia; two brothers, Al Fleming of Renton Washington, and Dennis Fleming of Erie, Pennsylvannia; and a sister , Jeanie McQuarie of Parsons.

In addition to her husband she was preceded in death by a sister, Joyce Leachman.

The family will have a private service at Memorial Gardens Cemetery, Friends may call after 9 a.m. Tuesday at Carson-Wall Funeral Home. The family will receive friends from 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday at the funeral home.
 
Fleming, Darlene Ruth (I13845)
 
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Obituary: Donald Jack Daniels, Sr.

Yakima--Donald Jack Daniels, Sr., 73, passed peacefully at Yakima Regonal Medical Center on Monday, december 18, 2006.

Donald, also known as "Jack" was born April 9, 1933 at home in Wapato, WA to Johnie E. and Lucile (Brewington) Daniels. He was raised in Wapato and graduated from Wapato High School in 1952. Jack drov semi truck for Leonardo Truck Lines until his health forced his retirement. His love of trucking was with him all his life.

Jack was preceded in death by his parents Johnie E, and Lucile Daniels and his brother Duane Daniels. He is survived by his children Donald J. Daniels, Jr. and Theresa Stiles both of Moxie, WA; his sister Gladys (Don) Willis of Packwood, WA; his sister-in-law Ethel Daniels of Vaughn, WA; three grandsons, Josha (Tina) Daniels and Jeremy Daniels of Florida and Steven Stiles of Moxie, WA; and one great-grandson, Cody Daniels of Florida. He is also survived by numerous niecesand nephew.

"Keep on trucking Dad"

Visitation will be held from 12:00 p.m. t0 5:00 p.m. on Thursdsay, December 21st at Merritt Funeral Home in Wapato. A graveside funeral service will be held at 1:00 p.m. Friday, December 22nd at the Tahoma Cemetery in Yakima. Merritt Funeral Home has been asked to care for arrangements.
 
Daniels, Donald Jack Sr. (I15231)
 
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Obituary: Edith Mae (Casady) Crooks:

Edith Mae (Casady) Crooks was born February 28, 1914 in Putnam County to Everett L and Nettie Belle (Keller) Cassady. She was married to Kermit E. Crooks who preceded her in deathon September 19, 1975. Also preceding her in death were her parents, three brothers: Elvin Casady, Harry Casady and Calvin Casady, two sisters, Fern Pickering and Betty Shipley, a daughter-in-laws, Patsy Crooks and One niece, Carol Casady.

She is survivedby two sons, Richard L. Crooks and wife Marleen of St. Louis, Mo. and Roger W.Crooks and wife Kathy of Davenport, IA., six grandchildren, Peggy Mcullough and husband Bill, Kelly Crooks and wife Debbie of Davenport, IA., Kim Crooks and wife Patti of E.Lansing, MI., Mark Crooks and wife Elizabeth of Iowa City, IA., John Crooks and wife Kathy of Avon Lake, OH., and Susan Leatherberry of St. Louis, MO; great grandchildren, Derek, Neal, Samantha, Olivia, Caitlin, Ben, Jack, Joe, Mae, Elizabeth, Amy, Andrew, Deanne and Zack and Allison Clark and one step-great-grandaughter, Elizabeth; three sister-in-law, Betty Casady of Unionville, MO., Jewel Casady of Centerville, IA., and Lois Crooks of ColumbiaMo., and many nieces and nephews.

Edith was born and raised in Putnam County, attended school at Graysville, moving to Greentop after the death of her husband. She was a member of Martintown Freewill Baptist Church where she taught a Sunday School Class and Blble School for many years. She attended church in the Greentop area since moving there in 1976

Funeral service will be held at 11:00 a.m. Saturday (Feb. 29, 2009) at the Dooley Funeral Chapel with Reverend Don Rowland officiating. Music willbe provided by Dennis and Beverly Huskisson, selections will be "Precious Memories" and "Beyond The Sunset". Interment willbe in the Martinstown Cemetery

Pallbearers will be Kelly Crooks, Kim Crooks, Mark Crooks, John Crooks, Neal Crooks, Bill McCullough and Derek Crooks. Visitation with the family will be from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. Friday evening (Feb. 27, 2009) at the Dooley Funeral Home Queen City, Missouri.
 
Casady, Edith Mae (I18617)
 
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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.
 
Bendorf, Francis (I60)
 
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Obituary: Loren B. Horchem

Loren B. Horchem, 58, near lifelong Ness County farmer-stockman, passed away Monday, February 2, at the Veteran's hospital in Wichita, Kansas after a lingering illness.

Born September 28, 1922, at Spring Hill, Kansas, he came to Ness county with his parents in March of 1926, and had lived here since.

He was veteran of World War II, and a member of the Frank Stull American Legion Post here, and of the Veterans of Foreign Wars of Ransom.

Funeral services will be held from the Fitzgerald Funeral Home here Thursday afternoon, February 5, conducted by Rev. Jerry Davey, Pastor of the Utica First Chridtian church. Interment will be in the Ransom Cemetery with Military graveside services by the Ransom VFW. Survivors include a sister, Opal Baker of Fort Dodge; two brother, Ralph A. Horchem of Wichita, and Guy Horchem, Jr.,of Ness city; two nieces; two nephews, other relatives and friends.

Memorials are suggested to the Kansas Lung Association.
 
Horchem, Loren (I14055)
 
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Obituary: Ray Dean Bendorf

Ray Dean Bendorf, 80, Paola, formerly of louisburg , died March 24, 2009, at Life Care Center of Osawatomie.

Ray and his twin sister, Fay, were born March 28, 1928, in Louisburg, to Jake Bendorf and Martha Whitmore Bendorf.

He graduated from Bucyrus High School and served in the U.S. Army in Germany from 1954-1956.
On June 24, 1975, Ray was united in marriage to Betty Jenkins Harper in Miami, Okla.

He worked for Charles Dellinger of Bucyrus and and Jack Cooper Transport Co. as a truck driver for 35 Years.

A member and past master of the Louisburg Masonic Peace Lodge No. 243, he received his Masonic 50-year emblem in January. He also was life member of the Louisburg Veterans of Foreign Wars and the Scottish
rite. He was a member of the Abdellah Shrine Mounted Patrol, Order of the Eastern Star and the Louisburg Shrine Club.

He was preceded in death by his brother, Harold and a sister, Fay McLloyd.

Survivors include his wife, Betty, of the home; stepdaughter, Jeannette Mathena of Huntsville, Ala.; stepson Wayne Harper of Pleasanton; two steo-grandchildern; and one great-granddaughter.

Honorary pallbearers were the Abdellah Mounted Patrol.

A memorial service will be held at First Baptist Church of Louisburg on Saturday, followed by a Masonic ceremony. Military honors and burial were at the Louisburg Cemetery. Arrangements were by Penwell-Gabel Paola Chapel. Memorials may be made to the First Baptist Church, Louisburg, KS., Louisburg Masonic Lodge, or the Abdellah Shrine.

Ray Dean and Betty Bendorf Ray Dean Bendorf was born March 28, 1928, at his parent's farm home in Wea Township, north of Louisburg, Kansas along with his twin sister Fay Ruth. He is the son of Jacob and Martha Whitmore Bendord. He helped his father farm with mules as a young boy and learned to be quite a "skinner." His first job was as a water boy for thrashers. He later worked a team in the oil fields. Ray was a good basketball player at Bucyrus High School in 1946. He also liked to play baseball. Ray likes horses and has "pulled ponies" several years. He has won many ribbons with his ponies in Nebraska, Iowa, Missouri, Oklahoma, Colorado, and Kansas. He won at the State Fair in Hutchinson, Kansas in 1969 with his black team George and Dan, of which he was quite proud. He always kept a good team and good harness. Another proud day was shen he won at his home town Labor Day pull in 1972 and 1973, with another team Dick and Rowdy. Ray married Betty Louise Jenkins Harper in June, 1975. Betty enjoys helping with the pulling horses chores and keeping the livestock while Ray is on the road. Ray and Betty are now raising registered Suffolk draft horses Shorthorn cattle. Betty also raise bobby calves, chickens and always has a big garden. Ray has been an "over-the-road" truck driver for Jack Cooper Transport Company of Kansas City for 32 years. He served in the U.S. Army for two years, 1954-1956. He is a member of Masonic Peace Lodge 234 of Louisburg, Scottish Rite Bodies of KansasCity, Kansas, and Abdallah Shrine of Overland Park, Kansas, and participates in parades as a member of the Mounted Patrol. He is also a member of Kansas Draft Horse and Mule Association, Eastern Star Chapter 385, and is a charter member of Louisburg Shrine Club. Betty is a member of Eastern Star Chapter 384, Daughters of the Nile El Maat Temple 120, Daughters of the American Revolution, Marais des Cygnes Chapter of Paola, Miami County Historical Society and Miami County Genealogy Society. Betty has two children by a previous marriage: G. Wayne Harper, born December 11, 1952 at Fairchild Air Force Base, Spokane, Washington, and Jeaneatte Grace Harper Stokes, born January 20, 1958, in Kansas City Missouri, Ray and Betty enjoy one grandchild, Jeanette Elizabeth Stokes, born September 14, 1983, in Fayetteville, North Carolina. Submitted by Betty Bendorf--Swan River Museum Book of Family Histories and Stories of Miami County, Kansas

Obituary: Ray Dean Bendorf

Ray Dean Bendorf, 80, Paola, formerly of Louisburg, died March 4, 2009. at Life Care Center of Osawatomie.

Ray and his twin sister, Fay were born March 28, 1928, in Louisburg, to Jake Bendorf and Martha Whitmore Bendorf.

He graduated from Bucyrus High School in 1946 and served in the U.S. Army in Germany from 1954 to 1956.
On June 24, 1975, Ray was united in marriage to Betty Jenkins Harper in Miami, Okla.

He worked for Charles Dellinger of Bucyrus and Jack Cooper Transport Co. as a truck driver for 35 Years.

A member and past master of the Louisburg Masonic Lodge No. 243, he received his Masonic 50-year emblem in January. He also was a life member of the Louisburg Veterans of Foreign Wars and the Scottish Rite. He was a member of the Abdallah Shrine Mounted Patrol, Order of the Eastern Star and the Louisburg Shrine Club.

He was preceded in death by his brother, Harold and sister Fay McLloyd.

Survivors include his wife, Betty of the home; stepdaughter, Jeanette Mathena of Huntsville, Ala.; stepson, Wayne Harper of Pleasanton; two step-grandchildren; and one great-granddaughter.

Honor pall bearers were the Abdallah Mounted Patrol.

A Memorial service will be held at the First Baptist Church of Louisburg on Saturday, followed by a Masonic ceremony. Millitary honors and burial were at the Louisburg Cemetery. Arrangements were by Penwell-Gabel Paola Chapel.
 
Bendorf, Ray Dean (I16010)
 
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Raymond Donald Morgan: Raymond Morgan was born March 21, 1931 and went to be with the Lord August 16, 2013. He spent most of his early years along the Missouri/Kansas border, finally settling in the Virginia area. He graduated from the Butler High School in 1949 and later became part of the group called "The 49ers."

In 1948 he met the love of his life, Norma, and they were united in marriage June 2, 1951. m This marriage lasted 62 years. Three children: Kathy, Lynn and Patricia were born into this reunion.

Raymond's early intention's of living in the city and becoming a mechanic changed when his father died. He spent the rest of his life farming with stints of carpentry, mechanic, postman, and many years as an insurance adjuster for Bates County Mutual. He was active in many different community organizations including: Production Credit Assoication, Miami RI School Board, Habitat for Humanity, Rural Water Board, and Disciples of Christ Christian Church.

He love square dancing, southern gospel quartets, reading and word search puzzles. But most of all he loved his family. His granddaughters were the apple of his eyeand his great-grandson, his treasure.

He was preceded in death by his parents Eddie and Mary (Obermeier) Morgan; one brother, Eddie Jr., as well as a granddaughter, Hannah.

Raymoond is survived by his wife, Norma Morgan of Butler; son Lynn (Paula) Morgan; two daughters, Kathy Morgan and Patricia (Kermit) Cotrell; six granddaughters, Lindsey, Rachel (Travis), Robin (Luther), Mary, Katherine and Jessica; three great-grandsons, Remmington,Tristyn and Avery.

Funeral services were held at 11:00 a.m. Monday August 19, 2013 at the Mullinax Funeral Home in Butler, Missouri. Paster John Park and Ruth Winkler officiating. Eulogy by Layne Ziegler. Musical Selections were "I'll Fly Away" - "Whispering Hope" - Standing On the Promises". Katherine Cottrell and Paula Morgan, vocalists, Ruth Weil, accompanist.

Pallbearers were Kermit Cottrell, Luther Gier, Travis Searles, Keith Burgat, Mike Morgan and Layne Ziegler. Honorary : Marion Swickhamer, Marvin Swickhamer, Merle Swickhamer, Jim Ulrich and Bud Armstrong.

Burial in Oak Hill Cemetery-Butler Missouri.
 
Morgan, Raymond Donald (I14337)
 
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THE ARGUS, Rock Island, Ill.,Wednesday, November 19, 1980.

Obituary: Dr. Neely, professor emeritus at Augustana dies at age 60.

Dr. Florence Elizabeth Needly, 60, of 2320 1/2 37th St., Rock Island, died Tuesday at Lutheran Hospital. Dr. Neely was Professor Emeritus of Biology at Augustana College.

Memorial services will be 3 p.m. Thursday at St. John's United Methodist Church, Davenport. Rev. Worthie K. Usher; pastor, will officate. The body will be cremated.

Friends are invited to join the family in a coffee fellowship at the church following the services.

Trimble Funeral Home, Moline, is in charge of arrangements.

Miss Neely was born in Bushnell. She recevied an AA degree from Ellsworth College, Iowa Falls, Iowa, a BA and MS from the University of Iowa, and a Ph.D. degree from the University of Illinois.

Prior to joining the faculty at Augustana College, she taught at Salem College, Winston-Salem, N.C., Grays Harbor College, Aberdeen, Wash., Vassar College,Poughkeepsie, N.Y., and the University of Kansas, Kansas City, Mo. She taught biology at Augustana
 
Neely, Florence Elizabeth (I19806)
 
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University of Iowa : BSc-Commerce (1948) JD (1959)

Military Police in WWII, including 94th Infantry Division.
 
Neely, Marion Robert (I18423)
 
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Vitter, Arthur Charles (I1161)
 
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---------- Forwarded message ---------
From: David McManamon
Date: Thu, Sep 20, 2018 at 8:20 PM
Subject: Re: FW: Fw: Re: going through ancestry today
To: mary vitter

Hi Mary,

I'm Paul's son.  I search mostly on familysearch.org & ancestry, both have most of the same data but use different algorithms for "find names like" so I do find different results.

I searched some New York passenger manifests, the only close match is her possible first adopted family Aldington.  Albert Aldington was a NYC barber and may have adopted her in 1880. I think the verbal story in Joan's report that she was placed with one family then taken from them and moved to Tiffin, Ohio may be accurate.

Her own statements for every census indicate she was born in New York so I think that is accurate.  Interestingly she gave a variety of responses about the birthplace of her parents for the census. I may file some requests to get more information about her adoption(s) but in New York those applications need proof of lineage and the data isn't searchable online.

--David

On Thu, Sep 20, 2018 at 8:57 PM mary vitter wrote:
Hey David, Who's son are you??
Did you ever go through ship's logs of immigrants coming to the US via New York during the time my grandmother may have come with her father? (as the story goes... her mother died in England and her father died aboard the ship en route to America). She would be listed as an orphan and possibly her father's name would be listed. If you know how to do the research and I can get access to the records on line etc, I would be happy to help out!

On Thu, Aug 23, 2018 at 5:59 PM David McManamon wrote:
I haven't seen anything to support the story of wealth or related to royalty as Joan recorded.  You can confidently place Francis Allington's birthplace as New York in part because she consistently stated that on the 1900, 1910, 1920 & 1930 census records.  She also inconsistently noted the birthplace of her parents on the census reports.  The 1930 census has Francis Bauman's parents listed as both from New York, others list her father as British and mother unknown.
As to someone who migrated from Ireland with her father that could be Bridget O'byrne from Monaghan, Ireland born in 1834?  I didn't research anything about her father and when he passed away.

--David

On Thu, Aug 23, 2018 at 6:24 PM mary vitter wrote:
Wow...this is really interesting! Mom 's remembrance was very similar. She said that her mother was rich and a trunk full of fabulous dresses that were all stolen from her when she became an orphan. We have her mother's name, but not her father's name unless it is Franziska. We could find out if she was really wealthy or if the children just added that to her story.

On Thu, Aug 23, 2018 at 5:08 PM Paul McManamon wrote:
Mary said
“Strange that the records show that she was born in New York....Mom said she came over on a ship with her father from Ireland (no mention of her mother) and that her father died on the ship in transit.  “
I looked a Joan’s report, from discussion with mom, and it does not say where Francis Mary Allington was born .  I wonder if the birth certificate you found was really her, or not?  The last names were close, and the date was right.

Dr. Paul McManamon
paul@excitingtechnology.com
937-344-3921
2006 SPIE President
Fellow of IEEE, SPIE, OSA, AIAA, AFRL, DEPs, MSS

From: David McManamon
Sent: Thursday, August 23, 2018 5:42 PM
To: Paul McManamon ; maryvitter@gmail.com; kc8hab@yahoo.com
Subject: Re: FW: Fw: Re: going through ancestry today

For the Bauman(n) family familysearch.org has a lot of information going back to Switzerland if you have an account.  I attached a screenshot from that site showing the parents of Samuel H. Baumann who were both born in Aargau, Switzerland.
The McManamon.me site lists the birthplace of Francis Allington as Ireland which could be corrected.

--David

On Thu, Aug 23, 2018 at 3:16 PM Paul McManamon wrote:

Dr. Paul McManamon
paul@excitingtechnology.com
937-344-3921
2006 SPIE President
Fellow of IEEE, SPIE, OSA, AIAA, AFRL, DEPs, MSS

From: Michael McManamon
Sent: Thursday, August 23, 2018 2:51 PM
To: 'mary vitter' ; 'Tom McManamon'
Cc: paul@excitingtechnology.com; jadushane@aol.com; kc8hab@yahoo.com; 'Charles Wilke' ; mtm@inlandseas.com
Subject: RE: Fw: Re: going through ancestry today

Anything in particular?
Try going to http://www.mcmanamon.me
Click the ‘family tree’ link
Then hit the ‘sign in’ on the bar at the top

Mcmanamon/family should work to login

Hope you’re having a great summer!

Mike

From: mary vitter
Sent: Thursday, August 23, 2018 2:35 PM
To: Tom McManamon
Cc: paul@excitingtechnology.com; jadushane@aol.com; kc8hab@yahoo.com; Charles Wilke ; mtm@inlandseas.com
Subject: Re: Fw: Re: going through ancestry today

Does anyone know anything about the Bauman family tree??

On Sat, Aug 18, 2018 at 6:29 PM Tom McManamon wrote:

----- Forwarded Message -----
From: mary vitter
To: "paul@excitingtechnology.com"
Cc: Tom McManamon ; "kc8hab@yahoo.com" ; "dmcmanam@gmail.com"
Sent: ‎Saturday‎, ‎August‎ ‎18‎, ‎2018‎ ‎03‎:‎42‎:‎32‎ ‎PM‎ ‎EDT
Subject: Re: going through ancestry today

Dick's Bridget is also interested in ancestry and has looked into mom"s tree and Jim's son Jimmy also! I think Char's wife, June did some too! I wish we could get it all together in one spot!

On Sat, Aug 18, 2018 at 2:04 PM Paul McManamon wrote:
David has gotten interested in ancestry. He did the 23 and me test, and found I think 13% Jewish ancestry.    He thought it was through Francis Mary Allington, our grandmother.  She was an orphan and converted when she was 12.  I emailed Judy and Judy also got the Jewish ancestry  when she   did 23 and me. Judy thinks it comes from Samuel Bauman, but she did not say much more. Judy said she is almost done with a book on her ancestry.  If you found some of Samuel Bauman’s ancestry then maybe that would support, or contradict, what Judy thinks.
-paul
Dr. Paul McManamon
paul@excitingtechnology.com
937-344-3921
2006 SPIE President
Fellow of IEEE, SPIE, OSA, AIAA, AFRL, DEPs, MSS

From: Tom McManamon
Sent: Saturday, August 18, 2018 1:12 PM
To: Denny McManamon ; maryvitter@gmail.com; Paul McManamon
Subject: going through ancestry today

I found Julie Hilson who is a 2-3 cousin. looking at her family tree I found Sarah Bauman born in 1700. in the same  tree I found Mourice Myers father of Sam Myers. I also found in the same tree our grandfather Samual Bauman   (1870-1946). His mother was Bridget Bauman from Ireland. For Mary Vitter. detsy was born Sept 22 1918 
Bauman, Samuel Jacob (I23894)
 
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Catherine Ann Squires Hunt, or Cathy to her friends and family, was born on January 19, 1947. She received her wings on Thursday February 18, 2016. She grew up in Pensacola, FL and graduated from Pensacola High School in 1965, received her Bachelor’s degree in Anthropology from Florida State University, and finally a Master’s degree in History from University of West Florida in 1992. She traveled in her younger years before eventually moving to Chumuckla in Santa Rosa County to settle down. She was a loving, giving, warm-hearted woman who accomplished so much in her life. She loved her family, her friends, her animals, and her farm. Cathy was preceded in death by her parents, Drs. Raymond and Gretchen Squires; her former mother-in-law,Frances Hunt; her former sister-in-law, Kimberly Hunt; and her former brother-in-law, Kenneth Hunt. She is survived by her children, Cecil R., Rachel J., Kristen M. and Teri F.; her grandchildren, Raylee J. Holcomb, Forrest W., Kevin F. and Steven R. Martin; her brother and his wife, Dr. Raymond J. and Jeannine Squires; her nieces, Jeannette and husband Hakan Okur, and Margaret Squires and husband Ned Dowling; her grand-nieces, Beyza and Meryem Okur; and grand-nephew, Ari Dowling; her surrogate sister, Barbara Moore; countless surrogate children, and her four-legged children. Cathy will be greatly missed by those she has left behind. There will be a celebration of life service at 3 p.m. on Saturday, February 27th at the Bayview Fisher-Pou Chapel at Bayview Memorial Park; located at 3351 Scenic Hwy in Pensacola, FL. The family would ask that if you prefer to donate funds in support of the ASPCA or Humane Society in Catherine’s name, in lieu of flowers, that would be appreciated as they were two of her favored organizations 
Squires, Catherine Ann (I9465)
 
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Divorced Living January 1958
Divorced Living No. 2 1 Mar 1971

Divorced Living No. 3 1974
 
Casady, Everett Junior (I23523)
 
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Dorothy Brooke (1678-1730) was the daughter of Roger Brooke Sr.,1637-1700) and Dorothy NEALE (1647-bef.1683).

Dorothy Brooke married 1st Michael Taney, II and they had 3 children: Thomas Taney, Michael Taney III, and Dorothy Taney. Michael Taney, II died in 1702.
Dorothy married 2nd Richard Blundell, but he did not last too long as he died in 1705.
Dorothy then married 3rd John Smith. John Smith had at least 6 children from a previous marriage (Samuel, James, John, Jr., Benjamin, Basil and Mary). (Info from Linda Reno, St. Mary Co., MD) (Have not verified this yet.)

Maryland Genealogies, Vol.1, Pg.97 - "Dorothy Brooke, b. 1678; d. 1730; mar. 1 Michael Taney (d. 1702), 2 Richard Blundell (d. 1705), 3 Col. John Smith (d. 1717)."

SMITH, Col. John m. Dorothy Brooke 1706. See Dorothy Brooke card. Calvert Co.
"The 3rd husband of DOROTHY BROOKE was COL. JOHN SMITH."
BROOKE, Dorothy m. 1Michael Taney, 2Richard Blumdell, 3Col. John Smith. 1692. Ref: Wills No 14, folio 530. Inv. & Accts. No 26, folio 115; Test. Pro. No 22, folio 37-446; Judgements No. 6, folio 628-635.

SMITH, Dorothy, widow, Calvert Co., 18th Aug., 1730; 13th Feb,., 1730-31*
To dau. Mary Sawell and sons Basill and Roger, personalty.
all child. residue of estate equally, except certain personalty to son Thomas Taney and
£42 to son John, on condition son John make over to son Basill "Letchworth," now in poss. of sd. son John.
Exs.: Sons John and Bazill.
Test: Patrick Owen, James Owen.

Codicil: 10th Nov., 1730.
To son John, £.3 additional for making over afsd. land to his bro. Basill;
to both sd. sons interest in crops, cattle, etc.
Test: Ann Clenten, Susana Lueus.
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[SmithG.FTW]

Dorothy Brooke (1678-1730) was the daughter of Roger Brooke Sr.,1637-1700) and Dorothy NEALE (1647-bef.1683).

Dorothy Brooke married 1st Michael Taney, II and they had 3 children: Thomas Taney, Michael Taney III, and Dorothy Taney. Michael Taney, II died in 1702.
Dorothy married 2nd Richard Blundell, but he did not last too long as he died in 1705.
Dorothy then married 3rd John Smith. John Smith had at least 6 children from a previous marriage (Samuel, James, John, Jr., Benjamin, Basil and Mary). (Info from Linda Reno, St. Mary Co., MD) (Have not verified this yet.)

Maryland Genealogies, Vol.1, Pg.97 - "Dorothy Brooke, b. 1678; d. 1730; mar. 1 Michael Taney (d. 1702), 2 Richard Blundell (d. 1705), 3 Col. John Smith (d. 1717)."

SMITH, Col. John m. Dorothy Brooke 1706. See Dorothy Brooke card. Calvert Co.
"The 3rd husband of DOROTHY BROOKE was COL. JOHN SMITH."
BROOKE, Dorothy m. 1Michael Taney, 2Richard Blumdell, 3Col. John Smith. 1692. Ref: Wills No 14, folio 530. Inv. & Accts. No 26, folio 115; Test. Pro. No 22, folio 37-446; Judgements No. 6, folio 628-635.

SMITH, Dorothy, widow, Calvert Co., 18th Aug., 1730; 13th Feb,., 1730-31*
To dau. Mary Sawell and sons Basill and Roger, personalty.
all child. residue of estate equally, except certain personalty to son Thomas Taney and
£42 to son John, on condition son John make over to son Basill "Letchworth," now in poss. of sd. son John.
Exs.: Sons John and Bazill.
Test: Patrick Owen, James Owen.

Codicil: 10th Nov., 1730.
To son John, £.3 additional for making over afsd. land to his bro. Basill;
to both sd. sons interest in crops, cattle, etc.
Test: Ann Clenten, Susana Lueus.
202 141a 
Brooke, Dorothy (I11044)
 
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Jacob B. Weaver
BIRTH
1721
Weaverland, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, USA
DEATH
1802 (aged 80–81)
Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, USA
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About 1744 the Mennonite farmer Jacob married Magdalena Groff Baer in Willow, Lancaster Co., PA. They had 5 children they named: Barbara, Magdalena, Jacob & John (twins) and Peter Weaver.

Magdalena was the daughter of the Rev. John Martin Baer (b.1686, d.1758) and Anna Elizabeth Groff (b.1691, d.1757). She was born during 1729 in Conestoga, Lancaster Co., PA and died in Lancaster County on 11 May 1793.

Email on 5 Jun 2012 from Denise Lahr, Find a Grave member ID #47356680.

After much research, I believe that these people were buried in the Weaver farm graveyard which was south of Rockvale Road and West of Strasburg Pike.

In the 1930's all marked graves were moved to Longenecker's Mennonite, but they are not among them. Therefore, I strongly suspect that their remains rest in their original location. I cannot find a single early transcription of that graveyard. 
Weaver, Jacob Baumann (I25472)
 
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Jacob D. Ream, aged 75 years, a retired stone mason, died yesterday morning at his home, 937 Franklin Street, Eighth Ward, where he had been ill for some time. He was a son of Daniel and Sarah Ream and was born in Somerset County in the fall of 1857. Jacob D. Ream's wife, Mrs. Mary Ann (Mishler) Ream, died May 29, 1931. The following children survive: Mrs. Mary Probst, 906 Franklin Street; Mrs. Oliver F. Doran, Saginaw, Mich.; Mrs. Clark Alter, 12 Irene Street; Mrs. R. G. Miller, 6 Bowerhill Road, Pittsburgh; Mrs. Van P. Stagg, 79 Ingram Avenue, Pittsburgh; Mrs. R. E. McCabe, and Sarah and William Ream, at home. A daughter, Mrs. Ida Heidorn, died September 21, 1932. Mr. Ream was a brother of Joseph Ream, 935 Franklin Street, and Mrs. George Horner, 900 Franklin Street. Seventeen grandchildren and four great-grandchildren also survive. Mr. Ream was a member of the Roxbury Church of the Brethren. The body is at the Picking Mortuary, Somerset Street, where funeral services will be conducted at 2:30 o'clock Wednesday afternoon, by the Rev. Tobias Henry, with burial in the Berkley Cemetery.
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No Headstone. 
Ream, Jacob D. (I27544)
 
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New Years baby in Chanute in 1971.
He graduated from Kickapoo High School in Springfield, Greene, Missouri 1989. Graduated with Math honors.
Killed instantly in a motorcycle accident.
 
Ziller, Dewayne Bernard (I20838)
 
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Obituary--Gary Clement Casady:

Gary Elment Casady, 64, of Unionville, Mo, passed away at his home surrounded by his friends and family on Wednesday, January 27, 2010. Gary had been battling cancer. Gary Clement Casady was born in Unionville, Mo, on August 19,1945, the son of Darl and Revah (Munden) Casady who preceded him in death. He attended rural schools while growing up in his parent's store at Hartford and graduated from the Unionville High School in 1963. He then began a working career that saw him take on many jobs in many different places. Gary was jack-of-all trades who liked to roam the country and work at different locations. He traveled all fiffity states and was a farm hand, truck driver, stable hand at Prairie Meadows in Des Mones ana laborer. He also co-owned the Outback Motel with Debbie Smith at one time. Gary was a friendly fellow who liked to visit and chat with friends and family who often gathered to loaf at his garage. He was always known as a good worker. He liked to hunt and fish, watch and read western and joke and have a good time with others.

Gary was a member of the Hartford Baptist Church. Gary is survived by his long-time companion, Debbie Smith, of Unionville, Mo, and by his daughter Casandra Casady, also of Unionville. A step-daughter, Malinda Garr, of Unionville also survives. Two brothers survive, Leland Casady and wife Judy of Lee Summit, Mo, and Lester Casady and wife Julie of Holt Mo, as well as nieces and nephews: Michael Casady, Gregory Casady, JoAnne Smith, Ben Casady, Todd Casady, Travis Rhyne, and Tracy Boyle.

Funerl Services for Gary Casady were held at Playle and Jones Family Funeral Home in Unionville, Mo, on Sunday, January 31. Visitation was on Saturday, January 30. Pastor Rob Fleshman conducted the services with recorded musical selections "Daddy's Hands" "Just Give It Away", And "Go Rest igh on That Mountain". Casket bearers were Michael Casady, Ben Casady, Ethan Casady, Gregory Casady, Dalton Casady and Kirk Richardson. Honorary casket bearers were Donald Barr, Jerry Ledford, Robbie Allen, Jay Heir, Brian Worley, and Ronnie Cunningham. , interment as in the Hartford Cemetery, Memorials are suggestedto Hospice of Northeast Missouri and may be entrusted with Playle ans Jones Funeral Home, Unionville, Mo.
 
Casady, Gary Clement (I23659)
 
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Obituary--Samuel Parker Summers

After an illiness of several months duration, Samuel P. Summers died at his home north of town last Friday, February 10th, and was buried the next day. The funeral serves was held at the family home conducted by Mr. Rev. Collier. Deceased was born in Shelby County Ill. and born Dec. 17, 1847 ,being at the home 51 Yrs, 1 Month, 24 days of age. With his parents he came to Missouri in 1851, settling in Putnam County, and has since then been onof its best citizens. He was one of a family of eleven childrens, four of whom survive him. They are rs. Sarah Bradshaw, G.A. Summers, C.I. Summers and Mrs. Lousia Moore. February 5th, 1868 he was married to Surilda Bradshaw and to this union were born nine children, one of whom died in infancy. Mr. Summers united with the Christian Church in 1886 and was ordained in the ministry in 1893. He served three terms as justice of the peace in his township and in all respects conducted himself as a good citizen and a God fearing man. May he rest in peace.

Burial in Summers Homestead Cemetery.
 
Summers, Samuel Parks (I22415)
 
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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.
 
Bowes, Thomas Burke (I13141)
 
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Obituary: David Verlyn Richardson

David V. Richardson, 82, of Parsons died at 4:50 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 27 2012, at Elmhaven West. He had been in failiing health.

He was born April 30, 1930, in St. Paul to Verlyn E. and Flossie M. (Morgan) Richardson. He grew up in St. Paul and attended St. Paul Public Schools.

At age 14 he started working on the Katy Railroad in Parsons and at the age 19 for the Ankortite Co., now Dayton Superior Corp. He retiredin 1992.

In 1950 he enlisted in th U.S. Navy and served two years. Later he was recalled to serve in the Korean War and was discharged in 1954.

David was an avid fisherman and in the 1960s helped organize the Parsons Pony Pulling Association. He loved to travel by car with his wife and to attend horse races in various places. He was a member of the Brown-Bishop Post No.704, Veterans of Foreign Wars. Family was his great priority and he enjoyed supporting his grandchildern's activities.

On August 17, 1950, he married Darlne Fleming in the First Methodist Church of Parsons. They observed their 62nd anniversary late August. She survives of the home.

Survivors include two daughters, Davida Landgraf and her husband, Chuck, of Fort Collins, Colo., and Dana Richardson of Prairie Village, Ks.; three grandchildern, Aaron Landgraf and Logan Landgraf of Fort Collins, Colo., Libby Humbles and her husband, Blake, of Alta Loma, Calif.; three sisters, Vera Aronhalt and husband, Leonard, Katie Moses and her husband, James, all of Parsons, and Audrey Tewell of Pittsburg, Ks.; and several nieces and nephews.

He was preceded in death by a brother, Bob Richardson; and a sister Helen Peckham.

The service will be at 11 a.m. Wednesday at Carson-Wall Funeral Home. Burial will be in Memorial Lawn Cemetery in Parsons with military honors given by the V.F.W.

The family will receive friends and family at the funeral home from 4 to 6 p.m. Tuesday.
 
Richardson, David Verlyn (I14450)
 
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Orphaned as a baby - raised by brother
Fought in war under Galvez[SmithG.FTW]

Orphaned as a baby - raised by brother
Fought in war under Galvez 
Guilbeau, Jean (I11022)
 
39
Pierre arrived and settled in Port Royal in 1668.
The Port Royal Census of 1671 states that Pierre Guillebaut, age 32 (Guilbaut - Guilbeau - Guilbeaux) and wife Catherine Terriau, age 20 (Terriot), had one female child (not named). They owned six cattle and five sheep.
[SmithG.FTW]

Pierre arrived and settled in Port Royal in 1668.
The Port Royal Census of 1671 states that Pierre Guillebaut, age 32 (Guilbaut - Guilbeau - Guilbeaux) and wife Catherine Terriau, age 20 (Terriot), had one female child (not named). They owned six cattle and five sheep. 
Guilbeau, Pierre (I11034)
 
40
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.
 
Hastings, Francis (I22277)
 
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There was a marriage of JOSEPH HALL to SARAH SMITH, the daughter of COL. JOHN and SARAH SMITH
Index No. 5 Marriages References, Hodges, Index, 1674-1851:
HALL Joseph m. Sarah Smith of Calvert Co 1734 dau of John Smith, Prince Georges Co. (Ref. Deeds Liber T folio 393: Upper Marlboro, Md)
HALL, Joseph m. Sarah Smith (1750). Remarks: Dau. of Col. Jno. & Sarah Smith of Calvert Co. (Calvert Co and Prince George Co. adjoin now - actually Prince George's Co was formed in 1696 from Calvert & Charles Cos.) (Have not verified this yet.) His Acct. - July 20, 1750. Ref. Adm. Accts. - Liber 28, folio 247. land Office - Annapolis. Will Pro. April 25, 1738. Wills Liber 21, folio 873.

When John Smith Sr. wrote his will Dorothy was pregnant with their only son, whom she later named Roger Smith, after her father.

Smith, John, gent., Calvert Co. (Maryland Archives Liber14, Folio 530)
7 Dec 1715
19 March 1717
To son Samuel, personalty.
Real estate to be divided among four sons viz.: James, John, Benjamin and
Basill. Should unborn child be a boy, the land to be equally divided between
five sons.
To daughter Mary, unborn child, sons-in-law Michael and Thomas Taney, and
daughter-in-law Dorothy Smith, personalty.
To wife Dorothy, extx., 1/2 personal estate.
Residue of estate to be divided among children, viz.: Elizabeth, Martha,
Anne, Eleanor, James, John, Benjamin, Basill, Mary and unborn child.
Test: Roger Brooke, John Rouse, George Lines.

**note- In codicil to above will, dated 21 Dec 1717, testator leaves certain
personalty to son Roger.
test to codicil: John Brooke, William Biddle.

[SmithG.FTW]

There was a marriage of JOSEPH HALL to SARAH SMITH, the daughter of COL. JOHN and SARAH SMITH
Index No. 5 Marriages References, Hodges, Index, 1674-1851:
HALL Joseph m. Sarah Smith of Calvert Co 1734 dau of John Smith, Prince Georges Co. (Ref. Deeds Liber T folio 393: Upper Marlboro, Md)
HALL, Joseph m. Sarah Smith (1750). Remarks: Dau. of Col. Jno. & Sarah Smith of Calvert Co. (Calvert Co and Prince George Co. adjoin now - actually Prince George's Co was formed in 1696 from Calvert & Charles Cos.) (Have not verified this yet.) His Acct. - July 20, 1750. Ref. Adm. Accts. - Liber 28, folio 247. land Office - Annapolis. Will Pro. April 25, 1738. Wills Liber 21, folio 873.

When John Smith Sr. wrote his will Dorothy was pregnant with their only son, whom she later named Roger Smith, after her father.

Smith, John, gent., Calvert Co. (Maryland Archives Liber14, Folio 530)
7 Dec 1715
19 March 1717
To son Samuel, personalty.
Real estate to be divided among four sons viz.: James, John, Benjamin and
Basill. Should unborn child be a boy, the land to be equally divided between
five sons.
To daughter Mary, unborn child, sons-in-law Michael and Thomas Taney, and
daughter-in-law Dorothy Smith, personalty.
To wife Dorothy, extx., 1/2 personal estate.
Residue of estate to be divided among children, viz.: Elizabeth, Martha,
Anne, Eleanor, James, John, Benjamin, Basill, Mary and unborn child.
Test: Roger Brooke, John Rouse, George Lines.

**note- In codicil to above will, dated 21 Dec 1717, testator leaves certain
personalty to son Roger.
test to codicil: John Brooke, William Biddle.
 
Smith, Col. John (I11043)
 
42 daughter of M.S. & S.I. Weaver, died July 6, 1877 - Aged 10 ms. 18ds. Weaver, Ida May (I77)
 
43 (Cancer) Morgan, David Ardell (I16691)
 
44 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F5284
 
45 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Martic, Ryan Jameson (I8281)
 
46 By I.G. Jahner, M. G. Family F151
 
47 New Tacoma Cemetery Mausoleum Bendorf, Wilbur Charles (I14446)
 
48 section A, range 76, grave 39A Sowders, William S. (I29329)
 
49 Source for birthdate-1900 census Clark, Margaret Helen (I28876)
 
50 Witnessed by brothers Joseph Aimé Vitter and Narcisse Jules Vitter, brothers of the groom, Auguste Tisserand, and distant cousin Philippe Tirole Family F1028
 

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