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					<p align="left">1 CONT Newspaper article:&nbsp; CHERRY LAKE RESIDENT DIES<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Riley returned to their Cherry Lake home last week <br>
1 CONC from accompanying the body of Mrs. Riley's father, Mr. Russell Telford <br>
1 CONC Rose to St. Joseph, Missouri, for burial.<br>
1 CONT&nbsp; <br>
1 CONT Mr. Rose, age 64, died September 9 in Moody A.F. Base hospital after a <br>
1 CONC lengthy illness. He had undergone surgery at Baptist hospital, <br>
1 CONC Jacksonville, the later part of June and had been ill since that time.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT He was born in Blue Springs, Nebraska and had lived at Cherry Lake and in <br>
1 CONC Jacksonville, Florida the past twelve years, and was engaged as a <br>
1 CONC carpenter.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Survivors included his wife, Mrs. Katie Rose, St. Joseph; and four <br>
1 CONC daughters Mrs. Riley of Cherry Lake; Mrs. James Walker and Mrs. Kenneth <br>
1 CONC England of St. Joseph, MO. and Mrs. George Bringus of Kansas City, Mo; a <br>
1 CONC half brother, Cecil Rose, of Reading California; a step sister Mrs. <br>
1 CONC Claude Read of Buhl, Idaho. and thirteen grandchildren.&nbsp; He had many <br>
1 CONC friends in the county who regret his passing.<br>
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1 NAME Stephen Michael /Cox/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 17 Jan 1953<br>
2 PLAC Independence, Mo<br>
2 SOUR Stephen Michael Cox<br>
1 STAT graduated Truman High School, Independence, Mo<br>
1 SUBM graduated Maryville Mo College - BA degree<br>
1 SUBM graduated Maryville Mo College - BA degree went to&nbsp; Northwest Mo State
University<br>
1 SURN started working at Post office as letter carrier<br>
1 TEMP Married Gloria Jean Walker<br>
1 TEXT Scott Matthew Cox born<br>
1 TEXT Scott Matthew Cox born 497-60-8392 social security number<br>
1 TITL moved to 3000 Kirby Road, Grain Valley, Mo 64029-8288<br>
1 TRLR Backstage workshop method acting classes<br>
1 TRLR Backstage workshop method acting classes Vice President Kiwanis<br>
1 VERS Bachelor of Science from Northwest Missouri State University, Maryville, Mo<br>
1 FAMS @F001@<br>
1 NOTE @NI0001@<br>
0 @NI0001@ NOTE<br>
1 CONC
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Stephen Michael Cox<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Stephen Michael Cox was the first born to Leslie Ray Cox Jr.&nbsp; <br>
1 CONT Steve has one brother Robert Leslie Cox and one sister Leslie Susan <br>
1 CONC Cox-Keck.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Steve is manager of the Independence Post Office. He has worked for the <br>
1 CONC Post Office since about 1980. Steve started as a postal carrier and <br>
1 CONC worked his way up into management.&nbsp; He has been to Washington DC on <br>
1 CONC special project with the post office. He has worked at the Main Post <br>
1 CONC Office in Kansas City, Mo. for a while also <br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT He has one son Scott Matthew Cox. Scott is named after his Grandpa Robert <br>
1 CONC Scott.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Steve is an expert climber and teaches Scouts climbing.&nbsp; He has taught <br>
1 CONC his son Scott and Marc to climb also. He has climbed mountains in <br>
1 CONC Colorado.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT He was president of the Starcraft Camping Club for 2 years.&nbsp; We&nbsp; (Gloria,
<br>
1 CONC Steve, Scott &amp; Marc) camped all over Missouri and Kansas with the Club <br>
1 CONC and one year went to Canada with the Camping Club.&nbsp; <br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Steve loves to Barbecue and is VERY good at it.&nbsp; He got an &quot;Oklahoma
Joe&quot; <br>
1 CONC cooker.&nbsp; People love to eat his cooking.&nbsp; He is good at cooking out with <br>
1 CONC cast iron pans too.&nbsp; Steve Makes wonderful desserts and meals.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT He belongs to the Kiwanis and is an active member and Vice President. He <br>
1 CONC goes every Tuesday at noon to meet with them.&nbsp; They have Chili dinners <br>
1 CONC and Dog shows and other fund raisers that Steve helps with also.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Steve is an Eagle Scout and Scoutmaster for troop 865.&nbsp; He loves to go to <br>
1 CONC&nbsp; Camp Osceola every year.&nbsp; He loves the outdoors. The troop&nbsp; camps
out <br>
1 CONC every month all year long.&nbsp; Even during the cold winter months, Steve <br>
1 CONC usually makes all the overnights. They have gone snow skiing, climbing, <br>
1 CONC canoeing and much more. <br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Steve is a member of Independence Christian Center and baptized in the <br>
1 CONC holy spirit.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Steve is an accomplished Actor and Director.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT 1981-1982&nbsp; City Theater's Most Valuable Associate<br>
1 CONT 1982-1983&nbsp; City Theater's Most Valuable Member<br>
1 CONT 1982-1983&nbsp; City Theater's Best Actor &quot;House of Blue Leaves&quot;<br>
1 CONT 1982-1983&nbsp; City Theater's&nbsp; Best Lighting &quot;The Other Side&quot;<br>
1 CONT 1983-1984&nbsp; City Theater's&nbsp; Most Valuable Member<br>
1 CONT 1983-1984&nbsp; City Theater's&nbsp; Best Show&nbsp; &quot;The Rainmaker&quot;<br>
1 CONT 1983-1984&nbsp; City Theater's&nbsp; Best Sound&nbsp; &quot;Your A Good Man Charlie
Brown&quot;<br>
1 CONT 1983-1984&nbsp; City&nbsp; Theater's&nbsp; Designer &amp; Crew Head<br>
1 CONT 1984-1985&nbsp; City Theater's Best Supporting Actor &quot;You Can't Take it With <br>
1 CONC You&quot;<br>
1 CONT 1984-1985&nbsp; City Theater's&nbsp; Best Cameo Actor&nbsp; &quot;On Golden
Pond&quot;<br>
1 CONT 1984-1985&nbsp; City Theater's Best lighting Designer&nbsp; &quot;On Golden
Pond&quot;<br>
1 CONT 1986-1987&nbsp; City Theater's&nbsp; Best Sound Design&nbsp; &quot;Bus
Stop&quot;<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Written about Steve by City Theater:<br>
1 CONT Steve Cox (Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs director) has held just about <br>
1 CONC every position on stage and off, in every production since he joined the <br>
1 CONC company four seasons ago.&nbsp; To go along with this accomplishment he has <br>
1 CONC won just about every award the company presents to honor technical and <br>
1 CONC performance achievements for each season.<br>
1 CONT&nbsp; <br>
1 CONT His CT directing credits include &quot;The Rainmaker&quot; and &quot;Our
Town&quot;.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT His acting credits include &quot;The Hobbit&quot;, &quot;JB&quot;,&nbsp; &quot;The
Glass Menagerie&quot;, <br>
1 CONC &quot;You Can't Take it With You&quot;, &quot;House of Blue Leaves&quot;, and
&quot;On Golden <br>
1 CONC Pond&quot;. He is the recipient of numerous design and acting awards as well.
&nbsp; <br>
1 CONC Cox even served a stint as CT company president 2 seasons ago and <br>
1 CONC continues to be active in the governing of the theater company.&nbsp; When <br>
1 CONC he's not hanging around the theater, he works for the U.S. Postal <br>
1 CONC Service. <br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Steve was light and sound man for distinguished groups such as Grateful <br>
1 CONC Dead and Nitty Gritty Dirt band&nbsp; before running sound for his future <br>
1 CONC bride &quot;Yancy Walker&quot;&nbsp; in Pepper Mynt&nbsp; and Jinx and the various
other <br>
1 CONC bands Yancy sang in,&nbsp; Including Glen's Opry in Tonganoxie Kansas.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Steve Acted at Penn Valley College &quot;The Night of the Iguana&quot;. <br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Steve has been in numerous plays, acting, directing, lighting and sound.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Steve was a radio disc jockey in Maryville, MO <br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Steve graduated from Northwest Mo. State University with a Bachelor of <br>
1 CONC Science degree and Radio, Television and Theater degree.<br>
1 CONT&nbsp; <br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT
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Cox Coat of Arms<br>
1 CONT ARMS: or , tow bars azure, on a canton gules, a lion's head erased argent.<br>
1 CONT CREST: A goats' head erased azure, armed or <br>
1 CONT MOTTO; &quot;Fide Et Fortitudine&quot; (by Fidelity and Fortitude)<br>
1 CONT MEANING OF COLORS: OR- Gold (signifies generosity and elevation of mind)<br>
1 CONT azure- Blue ( Stands for loyalty and truth)<br>
1 CONT glues - Red (denotes military fortituded and magnanimity)<br>
1 CONT argent - Silver (symbolized peace and sincerity)<br>
1 CONT Authority - Burke - &quot;General Armory&quot;<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT<br>
0 @I0002@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Gloria Jean /Walker/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 30 Mar 1948<br>
2 PLAC St. Joseph, Mo<br>
2 SOUR Gloria Jean Walker<br>
1 SOUR Gloria Jean Walker birthday Gloria Jean Walker<br>
1 SURN ss # 492-52-1538<br>
1 TEMP went to Hosea Grade School in St. Joseph, Mo<br>
1 TEXT Graduated Benton High School through correspondence<br>
1 TEXT Graduated Benton High School through correspondence Had son Chad Allen Murphy
(father Gerald Floyd Murphy).<br>
1 TITL started singing professionally, traveled all over the United States<br>
1 TRLR started using Yancy Walker as Stage Name<br>
1 TRLR started using Yancy Walker as Stage Name had son Scott Matthew Cox<br>
1 VERS lost son Chad Allen Murphy in car accident<br>
1 WIFE Moved to 3000 Kirby Road, Grain Valley, MO<br>
1 ADDR 3000 Kirby Rd<br>
2 CONT<br>
2 CONT Grain Valley<br>
2 CONT Mo<br>
2 CONT 64029-8288<br>
2 CONT USA<br>
1 FAMS @F010@<br>
1 FAMS @F022@<br>
1 FAMS @F009@<br>
1 FAMS @F001@<br>
1 FAMC @F002@<br>
1 NOTE @NI0002@<br>
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1 CONC
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Gloria Jean Walker<br>
1 CONT
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&quot;Yancy&quot; Walker<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Gloria Jean Walker was born March 30, 1948 in St. Joseph, Mo. to Lillian <br>
1 CONC Juanita Rose Walker and Benjamin James Walker. She has one sister Sharon <br>
1 CONC Kay Walker - (married Jerry D. Weese).&nbsp; <br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Gloria lived on Sacramento St. in St. Joseph until she was about 5 years <br>
1 CONC old, then moved to the country on Parker Road and Hugh J. Street in ST. <br>
1 CONC Joseph.<br>
1 CONT At about the age of 14 the family moved to 6007 So. 8th Street. St. <br>
1 CONC Joseph.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Growing up Gloria loved to ride motorcycles and was very good at it.&nbsp; She <br>
1 CONC received many 1st place trophy's in various motorcycle events all over <br>
1 CONC Missouri.&nbsp; Her dad taught her to ride and bought a 165 Harley Davidson <br>
1 CONC motorcycle when Gloria was about 11 years old.&nbsp; <br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT&nbsp; She also loved to play baseball and was the pitcher on her team helping <br>
1 CONC them to place first several year in a row and Gloria was picked as an ALL <br>
1 CONC STAR player.&nbsp; Her dad practiced with her almost everyday.&nbsp; <br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT She had lots of friends including Brenda Monk, Sandy Brown, Phyllis <br>
1 CONC Stewart, Karen McClanahan, Pam Fisher, to mention a few.&nbsp; Her first <br>
1 CONC boyfriend was Larry Goodwin and Jimmy Jo Munger.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Gloria married Gerald Floyd Murphy in Sept 1965 and had a son named Chad <br>
1 CONC Allen Murphy.&nbsp; They divorced when Chad was one year old. Gloria was <br>
1 CONC pregnant her senior year and had to take correspondence to finish high <br>
1 CONC school.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT She knew the importance of a diploma. Gloria &amp; Jerry lived next to <br>
1 CONC Gloria's grandmother Katie&nbsp; Rust - Rose in a duplex for a while. Gloria <br>
1 CONC gave her grandmother insulin shots as Katie was a diabetic.&nbsp; Katie loved <br>
1 CONC to baby sit Chad. She passed away while Gloria and Jerry Murphy lived <br>
1 CONC next door.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT After leaving Jerry Murphy she lived with her parents until she&nbsp; married <br>
1 CONC Roger Shoup from Dayton, Ohio in 1968. She divorced Roger in 1969. She <br>
1 CONC dated and was engaged to Ken Tucker from Breckenridge, Mo. They never <br>
1 CONC married. <br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Gloria worked at Pearl Brewing Co. for a while as a lab technician.&nbsp; Then <br>
1 CONC as a cashier for Community Discount Center in St. Joseph. MO.&nbsp; Wages were <br>
1 CONC about $1.45 an hour.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Gloria began her singing career in 1970 with Bob Marriot from Paola, KS. <br>
1 CONC Wages increased to anywhere between $50.00&nbsp; a night to $150.00 a night. <br>
1 CONC WOW what a difference! <br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Gloria went on the road with Jim &amp; John Gresham from Kansas City, Mo. <br>
1 CONC with band named Abigail's Orchard. Gloria was in several bands. She sang <br>
1 CONC for 2 years in the River&nbsp; Que at Poor Freddies.&nbsp; She traveled all over <br>
1 CONC the United States singing professionally for several years before <br>
1 CONC settling in the Kansas City, Mo. area. <br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Living in Lenexa, Kansas,&nbsp; Gloria met Mario Urruela and married him about <br>
1 CONC April 1974.&nbsp; Mario joined the Air Force and they had a daughter Sabrina <br>
1 CONC Lynn Urruela in Grand Forks, North Dakota. Sabrina lived only a few hours <br>
1 CONC as she was born premature at 6 months weighing only about 1 1/2 pounds. <br>
1 CONC Mario's family was in Florida. Gloria &amp; Mario lived in Florida for a <br>
1 CONC while&nbsp; before Mario joined the Air Force. After their daughter Sabrina <br>
1 CONC Urruela died, they moved back to Missouri and Mario worked for the U.S. <br>
1 CONC Post office as a night clerk at GPO. Mario &amp; Gloria bought a house at <br>
1 CONC 5053 Belmeade, KC Mo.&nbsp; Mario left Gloria and they divorced. <br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Gloria became very close friends and remains friends with Brenda Reinhart <br>
1 CONC - Dix- Smith, who now lives in Eudora, Kansas on a farm with her husband <br>
1 CONC Donnie&nbsp; Smith and children Amanda Dix-Smith,&nbsp; Derrick Smith &amp; Nolan
Smith.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Gloria took private acting classes at Back Stage Workshop... (Jerry <br>
1 CONC Funk). <br>
1 CONT She met Steve Cox there.&nbsp; Their first kiss was during and improvisational <br>
1 CONC scene. One of Steve and Gloria's acting classmates has gone on to star in <br>
1 CONC movies such as &quot;Jurassic Park 2&quot; and &quot; Full Metal Jacket&quot; and
many more.&nbsp; <br>
1 CONC (Les Howard).&nbsp; Arliss Howard is his stage name. <br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT&nbsp; Gloria worked at the Post Office as a letter carrier to make house <br>
1 CONC payments and had Annette Wynn as a roommate until Steve Cox and Gloria <br>
1 CONC decided to live together.&nbsp; Gloria was doing modeling with Marquis <br>
1 CONC Modeling Agency and went back to work singing after she decided <br>
1 CONC delivering mail was too hard on her back. She wrecked a postal truck and <br>
1 CONC had to work all walk routes carrying heavy loads long distances.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT&nbsp; Steve Cox was working the lights and sound for her band Pepper Mynt, <br>
1 CONC which played mostly at the Sundown Lounge.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT&nbsp; Steve and Gloria were Married on April Fool's Day 1981. They had a son <br>
1 CONC Scott Matthew Cox born August 18, 1982. In 1983 when Scott was about 10 <br>
1 CONC months old, they moved to 12905 East... 41 Terrace, Independence, Mo.&nbsp; It <br>
1 CONC was where Steve's mother lived. She moved to 1227 S. Liberty, <br>
1 CONC Independence. Mo. when Mabel Thelma Cox died, and lived in her house.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Gloria has been in several plays. Including &quot;The Knack&quot; at UMKC, a couple
<br>
1 CONC of plays at Penn Valley College and some with Back Stage Workshop. City <br>
1 CONC Theater she played Snoopy in &quot;Your a Good Man Charlie Brown&quot;, &nbsp;
&quot;Joseph &amp; <br>
1 CONC His Amazing Technicolor Dream Coat,&quot;&nbsp; &quot;Life With Father&quot;, The
Night of <br>
1 CONC the Iguana&quot; and several others.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Gloria plays several musical instruments including harmonica, drums, <br>
1 CONC guitar, and keyboard. <br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Gloria's son Chad Murphy died in a car accident January 17, 1989. <br>
1 CONC (Steve's birthday).&nbsp; Chad's son Marc came to live with Gloria and Steve <br>
1 CONC on a permanent basis after Marc's mother (Erin Smith) gave her legal <br>
1 CONC guardianship and left him.<br>
1 CONT So Gloria and Steve raised Marc as their son and Scott's brother. Chad <br>
1 CONC was 22 years, 10 months and 2 days old when he was killed.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Gloria's father&nbsp; (Jim Walker) passed away on Steve &amp; Gloria's 10th <br>
1 CONC wedding anniversary April 1, 1991.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Steve worked for the post office as a letter carrier and worked his way <br>
1 CONC up to management.&nbsp; He is Manager of Truman Post&nbsp; office at 32nd St. in <br>
1 CONC Independence, Mo.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT After&nbsp; Steve's grandparents ( Bob &amp; Mary Scott) passed away and his <br>
1 CONC mother (Beverly Cox) February 1995, we inherited land in Grain Valley, <br>
1 CONC and build a home there. (3000 Kirby Road)<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Steve's brother ( Robert L. Cox) died of AIDS March 1995.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Gloria changed her name to Yancy Walker in 1979.&nbsp; Yancy Walker was her <br>
1 CONC stage name.&nbsp; She began singing professionally in 1970. She continues to <br>
1 CONC sing occasionally as people ask her, for Church's&nbsp; and at the local <br>
1 CONC country western Opry shows.<br>
1 CONT<br>
0 @I0003@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Scott Matthew Kirby /Cox/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 ALIA Scott Matthew /Cox/<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 18 Aug 1982<br>
2 PLAC Independence, Mo<br>
2 SOUR Gloria Jean Walker (mother)<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 CAUS none yet<br>
1 STAT Luff Elementary School, Independence, Mo<br>
1 SUBM Palmer Middle School, Independence, Mo<br>
1 SUBM Palmer Middle School, Independence, Mo Grain Valley High, School, Grain Valley, Mo<br>
1 SURN moved to 3000 Grain Valley, Mo 64029-8288<br>
1 TEMP ss# 495-92-9378<br>
1 TEXT aka: Kirby Cox<br>
1 TEXT aka: Kirby Cox baptised at Independence Christian Center with Gary Babich (friend)<br>
1 TITL Drummer, Motorbiker, Hacker,<br>
1 TRLR Excellent con artist<br>
1 TRLR Excellent con artist born Scott Matthew Cox<br>
1 VERS Scott tried to&nbsp; legally changed birth certificate to Scott KIRBY Cox<br>
1 ADDR 3000 Kirby Rd<br>
2 CONT<br>
2 CONT Grain Valley<br>
2 CONT Mo<br>
2 CONT 64029-8288<br>
2 CONT The one and only U.S. of A.<br>
1 FAMC @F001@<br>
1 NOTE @NI0003@<br>
0 @NI0003@ NOTE<br>
1 CONC
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Scott Matthew (Kirby) Cox<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Born Scott Matthew Cox 8-18-1982.&nbsp; Scott wanted to be called Kirby Cox.&nbsp; <br>
1 CONC We tried to legally change his birth certificate in 1997 to Scott Kirby <br>
1 CONC Cox. They kept sending it back and it would cost too much money... so we <br>
1 CONC never got it changed legally. <br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Scott Cox learned to play the Violin and was good at it (although he <br>
1 CONC didn't really like it). He later gave that up and took up drums (which he <br>
1 CONC is better at).&nbsp; He played baseball for a little while but didn't care for <br>
1 CONC it.&nbsp; <br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Scott took Karate Lessons and was winning in tournaments until he broke <br>
1 CONC his leg on the trampoline. He quit Karate and returned only once. <br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Scott is a real natural on computers.&nbsp; He learns very quickly. He is very <br>
1 CONC smart.&nbsp; Well, take that back. He is a Genius. (according to Scott) <br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Scott belongs to Independence Christian Center and has gone on Missions <br>
1 CONC to Mexico a couple of time and is working toward going to Nicaragua.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Scott is a Boy Scout and working toward being an Eagle Scout. He is just <br>
1 CONC one step away from making it at this point (7-1997)<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Scott loves to ride is 80 Honda motorcycle on the 35 acres we live on.&nbsp; <br>
1 CONC Now Scott has a 100 Honda Motorcycle and Marc has the 80 Honda.&nbsp; <br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT He is very fond of and good at Conning Marc for money.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Scott is extremely athletic and loves to be the best at everything he <br>
1 CONC does.<br>
1 CONT He loves to play football and sports but isn't on a team.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT His favorite TV show is &quot;Beavis &amp; Butt-Head&quot;<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT He also loves Rock 'N' Roll Music, especially /\/\Metallic/\<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT<br>
0 @I0010@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Benjamin James /Walker/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 30 Sep 1917<br>
2 PLAC ROCKPORT, MO<br>
2 SOUR Brøderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 2, Ed. 4, Social Security Death Index: U.S.,
Social Security Death Index, Surnames from M through Z, Date of Import: Feb 27, 1997,
Internal Ref. #1.112.4.102820.1<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE 1 Apr 1991<br>
2 PLAC St. Joseph, Mo<br>
2 SOUR Brøderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 2, Ed. 4, Social Security Death Index: U.S.,
Social Security Death Index, Surnames from M through Z, Date of Import: Feb 27, 1997,
Internal Ref. #1.112.4.102820.1<br>
2 CAUS sinititus official cause<br>
1 STAT owned Walker's Garage<br>
1 SUBM worked at Terminal Warehouse as a mechanic<br>
1 SUBM worked at Terminal Warehouse as a mechanic State of issue: MO<br>
1 SURN Social Security #: 491-10-5263<br>
1 TEMP belonged to Pony Express Motorcycle Club&nbsp; was a member of AMA 10+ years<br>
1 TEXT ss# 491-10-5263A<br>
1 TEXT ss# 491-10-5263A Fought in War and received Purple Heart<br>
1 ADDR 6007 So 8th<br>
2 CONT<br>
2 CONT St Joseph<br>
2 CONT Mo<br>
2 CONT 64504<br>
2 CONT USA<br>
1 FAMS @F002@<br>
1 NOTE @NI0010@<br>
0 @NI0010@ NOTE<br>
1 CONC Jimmy Walker as known to his friends was born in Rockport, Missouri.&nbsp; He <br>
1 CONC lived and met Juanita Walker. Jim always liked to work on cars. He went <br>
1 CONC to about the 10th grade in High School then pursued a career as a <br>
1 CONC mechanic. <br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Worked at Terminal Warehouse as a mechanic for several years before <br>
1 CONC building his own business as a mechanic on Parker Road and Hugh J St. in <br>
1 CONC South St. Joseph, Mo. <br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT He built &quot;Walkers Garage&quot; next to their home on Hugh J Street. He was <br>
1 CONC very successful and had lots of satisfied friends and customers.&nbsp; We had <br>
1 CONC about a half&nbsp; acre of property.&nbsp; <br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT The neighbors across the street &quot;Mildred&quot; used to watch me (Gloria) all <br>
1 CONC the time.&nbsp; It used to really ' bug ' me.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT We had a chicken house and used to have chickens and a Bannie rooster.&nbsp; I <br>
1 CONC (Gloria) remember the chickens getting their head cut off and still <br>
1 CONC running around the yard.&nbsp; After we got rid of the chickens, I made the <br>
1 CONC chicken house my play house.&nbsp; I&nbsp; (Gloria) had a club for 'Girls' only in <br>
1 CONC the chicken house.&nbsp; The chicken house was next to an old out house.&nbsp; We <br>
1 CONC had indoor toilets.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT I (Gloria ) used to get on the car garage and jump onto the chicken house <br>
1 CONC and the outhouse and off.&nbsp; All the kids in the neighborhood (Phyllis <br>
1 CONC Stewart, Roger and Butch Cowger) played typical outdoor games. 'hide and <br>
1 CONC seek'&nbsp; mostly, sometimes 'cowboys and Indians' (if me and dad had just <br>
1 CONC seen a good western movie).<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Jim &amp; Juanita owned a place at Big Lake, Mo.&nbsp; They liked to go there to <br>
1 CONC fish and relax. It was flooded out a couple of times.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT They belonged to a motorcycle club called the Pony Express Motorcycle <br>
1 CONC Club. John &amp; Francis Boy (friends)&nbsp; &amp; Fanny &amp; Kenny England
(sister &amp; <br>
1 CONC brother-in-law)&nbsp; were also members. They met at Magner's motorcycle shop <br>
1 CONC in&nbsp; St. Joseph. <br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Jimmy &amp; Juanita lived all of their lives in St. Joseph and had many <br>
1 CONC friends. Jim was very honest and he got very upset at people who tried to <br>
1 CONC cheat and take advantage of others. <br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Jim's mother (Jenny Viola Linville) died in her early 40's of pneumonia.&nbsp; <br>
1 CONT Jim's dad (Walter H. Walker) remarried a woman named Bernise. They lived <br>
1 CONC in Fort Smith, Arkansas. Walter worked on the Railroad most of his life <br>
1 CONC and would come to visit by train once in a while, but not often.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Jim fought in the War and received a purple heart.&nbsp; He was shot in the <br>
1 CONC line of duty. The bullet&nbsp; went through one of his lungs and out his <br>
1 CONC back.&nbsp; He laid in the snow for a long time and that is what saved his <br>
1 CONC life.&nbsp; The cold kept him from bleeding to death.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Jim had wanted to join the Navy. His friend&nbsp; wanted to join the army.... <br>
1 CONC but they wanted to be together. So when they enlisted, they each signed <br>
1 CONC up for the other military.&nbsp; Jim ended up in the Army and his friend ended <br>
1 CONC up in the Navy.&nbsp; They didn't get to be together after all and ended up in <br>
1 CONC the wrong service.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Jim enlisted in the army on April 1, 1944.&nbsp; He was discharged on March <br>
1 CONC 21, 1946. He fought in the 117th infantry division at the&nbsp; famous &quot; <br>
1 CONC Battle of the Bulge&quot; and was shot. He was wounded on January 17, 1945 in <br>
1 CONC Belgium, Germany. A gunshot wound in his right chest. He returned to duty <br>
1 CONC April 24, 1945, and was discharged March 21, 1946 with a Victory ribbon, <br>
1 CONC European- African-Middle Easter Theater ribbon, one bronze star, one <br>
1 CONC purple heart and 2 overseas bars.&nbsp; Private Benjamin James Walker 37 739 <br>
1 CONC 002<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Another time a car fell on Jim at his garage. He owned &quot;Walkers Garage&quot; <br>
1 CONC next to his home at Hugh J &amp; Parker Road. Two of the neighbor's Ramona <br>
1 CONC Cowger and Fay Sutton heard him yell and came to his rescue. The jack had <br>
1 CONC slipped. They got him out and to the hospital.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Jim was an honest man who was loved by many. He was named Benjamin after <br>
1 CONC his grandfather on his Dad's side and James after his grandfather on his <br>
1 CONC mother's side.&nbsp; One side of the family called him &quot;Ben&quot; or
&quot;Benny&quot; and <br>
1 CONC the other side called him &quot;Jim&quot; or &quot;Jimmy&quot;.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT When he was first married, he owned his own truck and hauled coal.&nbsp; After <br>
1 CONC he &amp; Juanita married, they lived with Walter Walker (his dad) for a <br>
1 CONC while. Walter had lost his wife to pneumonia and lived alone.&nbsp; They lived <br>
1 CONC at 840 So. 19th Street in St. Joseph, Mo. That is where Juanita gave <br>
1 CONC birth to their first child Sharon Walker.&nbsp; This area of town was called <br>
1 CONC Goose Town. (because somebody there had some goose). 19th &amp; Olive St.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Another area of St. Joseph was called Blue Town (because all the building <br>
1 CONC were painted blue) .<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Jim liked to go to the movies and watch John Wayne and Marilyn Monroe and <br>
1 CONC Audry Murphy.&nbsp; He liked western movies. He went to the Plaza theater <br>
1 CONC mostly.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Jim's best friend was Tommy Ostroski and Juanita's best friend was Thelma <br>
1 CONC Brown.&nbsp; The 2 girls met the 2 boys and Thelma married Tommy and Juanita <br>
1 CONC married Jim.&nbsp; Thelma &amp; Tommy had 2 girls (Joanne &amp; Judy).&nbsp; They
got <br>
1 CONC together and played cards often after they married.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT<br>
0 @I0012@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Sharon Kay /Walker/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 18 Oct 1940<br>
2 PLAC St. Joseph, Mo<br>
2 SOUR Gloria Jean Walker (sister) and Juanita Walker (mother)<br>
1 STAT published book &quot;Songs of a Soul Set Free&quot;<br>
1 SUBM social security # 487-44-8540<br>
1 SUBM social security # 487-44-8540 born on the kitchen table at their home at 840 So
19th Street, St. Joseph, Mo<br>
1 ADDR 313 N Main<br>
2 CONT<br>
2 CONT Camp Point<br>
2 CONT Ilinois<br>
2 CONT 62320<br>
2 CONT USA<br>
1 FAMS @F003@<br>
1 FAMC @F002@<br>
1 NOTE @NI0012@<br>
0 @NI0012@ NOTE<br>
1 CONC<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Sharon Kay Walker was the first born child to Benjamin James Walker &amp; <br>
1 CONC Lillian Juanita Rose Walker.&nbsp; She was born at their home on 840 So. 19th <br>
1 CONC St. in St. Joseph, Mo.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Sharon's Dad (Benjamin Walker) fought in the War 1944-1946 after Sharon <br>
1 CONC was born. He was wounded at the Battle of the Bulge and received a purple <br>
1 CONC heart. <br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Sharon Walker only courted a few men when she fell in love with and <br>
1 CONC married Jerry Weese. <br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Sharon graduated from Benton High School and went on to secretary <br>
1 CONC college. She married Jerry Weese and immediately started to raise a <br>
1 CONC family. She had 5 children all very close together.&nbsp; Danny, David, Debby, <br>
1 CONC Douglas &amp; Darren.<br>
1 CONT&nbsp; Her only girl (Debby) was born in the car on the way to the hospital <br>
1 CONC between 10th &amp; Hickory and Blue town in St. Joseph, Mo. Having too many <br>
1 CONC children too close together put pressure on her spinal cord, which in one <br>
1 CONC place, due to a birth defect, was wrapped around the spinal cord.&nbsp; <br>
1 CONC Doctors really didn't know a lot about those things back then and <br>
1 CONC operated and the result was Sharon was permanently paralyzed from the <br>
1 CONC waist down.&nbsp; Her supportive family helped her and her faith in GOD.&nbsp; She <br>
1 CONC has movement and can walk now with difficulty. Sharon has always had a <br>
1 CONC strong faith in GOD and relationship with HIM that has given her strength <br>
1 CONC and courage in her pain and inability's. She is a very inspiration to all <br>
1 CONC who know her.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Her husband Jerry is in the construction business and they moved to Camp <br>
1 CONC Point, Illinois.&nbsp; Jerry eventually started his own lumber company and his <br>
1 CONC boys all help.&nbsp; They are a very close knit family.&nbsp; They own about 100 <br>
1 CONC acres and love to fish and hunt on it.&nbsp; Sharon uses a 3 wheeler and rides <br>
1 CONC out to pick blackberries and enjoy the outdoors also.&nbsp; She loves to swim <br>
1 CONC and has a swimming pool.&nbsp; Sharon and Jerry have several Grandchildren and <br>
1 CONC Sharon has lots of company with her family. She helps with book work at <br>
1 CONC the Lumber Company.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Sharon writes short stories and books. Mostly about her family and the <br>
1 CONC LORD.<br>
1 CONT She has had some of her work published.&nbsp; In 1996 she published &quot;Songs of <br>
1 CONC a Soul Set Free&quot; and toured many churches and spoke at different places <br>
1 CONC including being on Television Program,&nbsp; Kansas City Youth for Christ.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT When&nbsp; Sharon &amp; Gloria were growing up they lived in South St. Joseph, Mo.<br>
1 CONT Parker Road and Hugh J Street on a Rural Route. They had chickens and <br>
1 CONC later turned the chicken coop into a play house for Gloria.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Sharon played the piano and Gloria would sing with her sister Sharon. <br>
1 CONC Sharon took voice lessons and has a beautiful voice.&nbsp; Later she gave <br>
1 CONC piano lessons. She tried to teach her sister to play the piano, but it <br>
1 CONC always seemed to end in a quarrel and Gloria didn't learn a lot. Sharon <br>
1 CONC was very successful teaching lots of others to play the piano.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Sharon and her sister Gloria are 7 years apart in age and several miles <br>
1 CONC apart in distance.&nbsp; As the years go by they grow closer, no matter the&nbsp; <br>
1 CONC distance.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT<br>
0 @I0013@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Jerry Dean /Weese/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 6 Feb 1941<br>
2 PLAC St. Joseph, Mo<br>
2 SOUR Sharon Kay Walker-Weese<br>
1 STAT Ownes Weese Construction &amp; Lumber Yard in Camp Point, Illinois.<br>
1 SUBM social security # 488-40-7772<br>
1 FAMS @F003@<br>
0 @I0014@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Danny Ray /Weese/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 14 Mar 1959<br>
2 PLAC St. Joseph, Mo<br>
2 SOUR Sharon Kay Walker-Weese<br>
1 ADDR<br>
2 CONT<br>
2 CONT Des Moines,<br>
2 CONT Iowa<br>
2 CONT 50322<br>
2 CONT USA<br>
1 FAMS @F040@<br>
1 FAMC @F003@<br>
0 @I0015@ INDI<br>
1 NAME David Allen /Weese/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 17 Sep 1960<br>
2 PLAC St. Joseph, Mo<br>
2 SOUR Sharon Kay Walker-Weese<br>
1 STAT social security # 321-58-7732<br>
1 ADDR<br>
2 CONT RR #1 Box 9<br>
2 CONT Augusta<br>
2 CONT Illinois<br>
2 CONT 62311<br>
2 CONT USA<br>
1 FAMS @F008@<br>
1 FAMC @F003@<br>
0 @I0016@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Debra Lynn /Weese/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 29 Dec 1961<br>
2 PLAC St. Joseph, Mo<br>
2 SOUR Sharon Kay Walker-Weese<br>
1 STAT social security # 355-62-7479<br>
1 ADDR RR 1 Box 119<br>
2 CONT<br>
2 CONT Golden<br>
2 CONT Il<br>
2 CONT 62339<br>
2 CONT USA<br>
1 FAMS @F007@<br>
1 FAMC @F003@<br>
0 @I0017@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Douglas Charles /Weese/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 28 Dec 1963<br>
2 PLAC St. Joseph, Mo<br>
2 SOUR Sharon Kay Walker-Weese<br>
1 STAT social security # 346-62-3414<br>
1 ADDR<br>
2 CONT RR 1<br>
2 CONT Camp Point<br>
2 CONT Illinois<br>
2 CONT 62320<br>
2 CONT USA<br>
1 FAMS @F043@<br>
1 FAMS @F041@<br>
1 FAMC @F003@<br>
0 @I0018@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Darren Neal /Weese/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 17 Aug 1966<br>
2 PLAC St. Joseph, Mo<br>
2 SOUR Sharon Kay Walker-Weese<br>
1 ADDR<br>
2 CONT P.O. Box 25<br>
2 CONT Golden<br>
2 CONT Illinois<br>
2 CONT 62339<br>
2 CONT USA<br>
1 FAMS @F042@<br>
1 FAMS @F095@<br>
1 FAMC @F003@<br>
0 @I0020@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Lyla Pauline /Rose/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 15 Dec 1918<br>
2 PLAC Port Orchard,&nbsp; Washington<br>
2 SOUR Lyla Pauline Riley<br>
1 ADDR 416 Inglewood&nbsp; Dr<br>
2 CONT<br>
2 CONT Palm Springs<br>
2 CONT Florida<br>
2 CONT 33461-1514<br>
2 CONT USA<br>
1 FAMS @F013@<br>
1 FAMC @F004@<br>
1 NOTE @NI0020@<br>
0 @NI0020@ NOTE<br>
1 CONC Cousin Margaret's son has more information: Jim &amp; Pam Tedrow, 1606 Sienna <br>
1 CONC Dr. N.E., Cedar Rapids, IA 52402. His parents made a trip to Germany and <br>
1 CONC visited places and relatives of Grandparents Rust. Also visited <br>
1 CONC Cemeteries to secure correct names, dates, etc.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Pauline's dad (Russel T Rose) step-sister is Helen.<br>
1 CONT Pauline's uncle's name is Cecil (in California) (Walter Walker's half <br>
1 CONC brother 2 years older than Pauline.<br>
1 CONT Cecil has daughter Carol<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT This appeared in the 1981-82 edition of &quot;Who's Who of American Women&quot; <br>
1 CONC page 625 about Pauline.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Riley, Lyla Pauline Rose,&nbsp; city official.: born Port Orchard, Washington <br>
1 CONC December 15, 1918.&nbsp; Russell Telford and Katie (Rust) Rose; grad. pub <br>
1 CONC schools., St. Joseph, Mo. : married Frank Edward Riley, March 9, 1940. 1 <br>
1 CONC daughter Sandra Deanne Riley Fittinghoff.&nbsp; Bookkeeper, accounting <br>
1 CONC supervisor. Headquarters. U.S. Army, Japan, 1951-1953; office manager., <br>
1 CONC bookkeeper Army Hospital., Officer Club, Tacoma, Washington., 1955-57; <br>
1 CONC accountant, administrative supervisor. Central Post Fund, Ft. Lewis, <br>
1 CONC Washington. 1957-59; chief accountant, office manager Caserma Ederie, <br>
1 CONC Vicenza, Italy, 1959-62. Office accountant, Manager. Ford Motor Co., <br>
1 CONC Madison, Florida., 1963-64; office Manager. Jacsons -Byrons Dept. Store, <br>
1 CONC West Palm Beach, Fla., 1966-69 accountant, financial dir. Village of Palm <br>
1 CONC Springs, Fla., 1970-73, office Manager., 1973 assistant. village <br>
1 CONC Manager., 1973-75 acting village Manager. 1975-76; city clerk. West Palm <br>
1 CONC Beach 1976.&nbsp; elder, Faith United Presbyterian. Church Palm Springs, Mem. <br>
1 CONC Am. Accounting&nbsp; Assn., International City Management. Assn. International <br>
1 CONC Inst. Mcpl Clerks (cert.) Fla. City, and county Management Ass., Palm <br>
1 CONC Beach County City Mgrs. Assn., Assn. Record Mgrs. and Administrators, <br>
1 CONC Mcpl . Fin. Officers Assn. U.S. and Can., Government. Purchasing Assn. <br>
1 CONC Health Planning Council Palm Beach, Martin and St. Lucie Counties. Am <br>
1 CONC Legion Aux. (past president) Club; Easter Star. Home: 416 Inglewood Dr. <br>
1 CONC Palm Springs, Fl 33461 Office PO Box 3366 West Palm Beach Fl. 33401<br>
0 @I0021@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Frances Ilene /Rose/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 21 Apr 1927<br>
2 PLAC Oskaloosa, Iowa<br>
2 SOUR Lyla Pauline Rose-Riley<br>
1 ADDR<br>
2 CONT<br>
2 CONT St. Joseph<br>
2 CONT Mo<br>
2 CONT<br>
2 CONT<br>
1 FAMS @F005@<br>
1 FAMC @F004@<br>
0 @I0022@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Lois LaVaun /Rose/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 31 Jan 1925<br>
2 PLAC Spencer, Iowa<br>
2 SOUR Grandma Rose Bible<br>
1 STAT loves to dance... especially country western.<br>
1 SUBM travels and lives&nbsp; in Florida part of the time.<br>
1 SUBM travels and lives&nbsp; in Florida part of the time. Had a place at Pomdetera Lake<br>
1 SURN George &amp; Lois married by Justice of Peace in Atchison, Kansas.<br>
1 TEMP Married in Church later - They eloped.<br>
1 ADDR<br>
2 CONT<br>
2 CONT Rt 2 Box 2134<br>
2 CONT Wheatland<br>
2 CONT Mo<br>
2 CONT 65779<br>
1 FAMS @F019@<br>
1 FAMC @F004@<br>
1 NOTE @NI0022@<br>
0 @NI0022@ NOTE<br>
1 CONC Lois loves to dance, especially country western. <br>
1 CONT&nbsp; She travels a lot after the loss of her husband George. <br>
1 CONT Lois goes to Florida mostly and has a place at the Lake Pomme De Terre.<br>
1 CONT She now lives on Pomme De Terre Lake<br>
0 @I0023@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Edwin Russell /Rose/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 28 Feb 1923<br>
2 PLAC Harris Lake,&nbsp; Iowa<br>
2 SOUR Grandma Rose Bible<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE 22 Jul 1939<br>
2 PLAC Falls City, Nebraska<br>
2 CAUS train accident<br>
1 STAT ran over by&nbsp; train, cut one leg off, died of gangreen<br>
1 SUBM died of gangreen<br>
1 SUBM died of gangreen buried in St. Joseph, Mo Fredrick Blvd. Cemetery<br>
1 SURN AKA: Sonny<br>
1 ADDR<br>
2 CONT<br>
2 CONT heaven<br>
2 CONT<br>
2 CONT<br>
2 CONT<br>
1 FAMC @F004@<br>
0 @I0024@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Russell Telford /Rose/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 25 Mar 1898<br>
2 PLAC Blue Springs, Nebraska<br>
2 SOUR Lillian Juanita&nbsp; Rose Walker<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE 9 Sep 1962<br>
2 PLAC Valdosta, Ga.<br>
2 SOUR Lillian Juanita&nbsp; Rose Walker<br>
2 CAUS lung cancer<br>
1 STAT lived in Florida near Pauline Rose- Riley<br>
1 SUBM liked to gamble<br>
1 SUBM liked to gamble was a carpenter most of his&nbsp; life<br>
1 SURN died of Lung Cancer age 64<br>
1 TEMP 13 grandchildren &amp; 4 great grandchildren when he died<br>
1 FAMS @F025@<br>
1 FAMS @F004@<br>
1 FAMC @F014@<br>
1 NOTE @NI0024@<br>
0 @NI0024@ NOTE<br>
1 CONC I (Gloria Walker)&nbsp; don't remember Grandpa.&nbsp; I never saw him much. He <br>
1 CONC lived in Florida for as long as I know of.&nbsp; I just remember his funeral <br>
1 CONC in St. Joseph, MO.&nbsp; I was around 14 years old.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Newspaper article:&nbsp; CHERRY LAKE RESIDENT DIES<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Riley returned to their Cherry Lake home last week <br>
1 CONC from accompanying the body of Mrs. Riley's father, Mr. Russell Telford <br>
1 CONC Rose to St. Joseph, Missouri, for burial.<br>
1 CONT&nbsp; <br>
1 CONT Mr. Rose, age 64, died September 9 in Moody A.F. Base hospital after a <br>
1 CONC lengthy illness. He had undergone surgery at Baptist hospital, <br>
1 CONC Jacksonville, the later part of June and had been ill since that time.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT He was born in Blue Springs, Nebraska and had lived at Cherry Lake and in <br>
1 CONC Jacksonville, Florida the past twelve years, and was engaged as a <br>
1 CONC carpenter.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Survivors included his wife, Mrs. Katie Rose, St. Joseph; and four <br>
1 CONC daughters Mrs. Riley of Cherry Lake; Mrs. James Walker and Mrs. Kenneth <br>
1 CONC England of St. Joseph, MO. and Mrs. George Bringus of Kansas City, Mo; a <br>
1 CONC half brother, Cecil Rose, of Reading California; a step sister Mrs. <br>
1 CONC Claude Read of Buhl, Idaho. and thirteen grandchildren.&nbsp; He had many <br>
1 CONC friends in the county who regret his passing.<br>
0 @I0025@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Kenneth /England/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 11 Feb 1926<br>
2 PLAC St. Louis, Mo<br>
2 SOUR Janice England-Cobb<br>
1 FAMS @F005@<br>
0 @I0026@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Linda Ann /England/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 28 Jun 1949<br>
2 PLAC ST. Joseph, Mo<br>
2 SOUR Janice England-Cobb<br>
1 ADDR<br>
2 CONT 1604 N 20<br>
2 CONT ST Joseph<br>
2 CONT Mo<br>
2 CONT 64505<br>
2 CONT USA<br>
1 FAMS @F006@<br>
1 FAMS @F016@<br>
1 FAMC @F005@<br>
0 @I0027@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Michael Kenneth /England/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 2 Jan 1953<br>
2 PLAC ST. Joseph, Mo<br>
2 SOUR Janice England-Cobb<br>
1 ADDR<br>
2 CONT 1720 Bond St<br>
2 CONT St Joseph<br>
2 CONT Mo<br>
2 CONT 64503<br>
2 CONT USA<br>
1 FAMS @F017@<br>
1 FAMC @F005@<br>
0 @I0028@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Janice Kay /England/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 31 Jan 1962<br>
2 PLAC St. Joseph, Mo<br>
2 SOUR Janice England-Cobb<br>
1 ADDR<br>
2 CONT 7420 E Sunburst Ct<br>
2 CONT Columbia<br>
2 CONT Mo<br>
2 CONT 65201<br>
2 CONT USA<br>
1 FAMS @F015@<br>
1 FAMC @F005@<br>
1 NOTE @NI0028@<br>
0 @NI0028@ NOTE<br>
1 CONC Janice England-Cobb graduated from Missouri School for the Deaf 1980, <br>
1 CONC then graduated from Gallvadet University, 1985 with a Bachelor degree in <br>
1 CONC Accounting.&nbsp; She moved to Columbia, Mo. November 1985 with a part-time <br>
1 CONC job in book keeping, later found a full time clerk job with the Postal <br>
1 CONC Service (March 1986).<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT&nbsp; Her husband Donald Cobb graduated from Missouri School for the&nbsp; Deaf in <br>
1 CONC 1971 and went to Technical Vocational Institute in St. Paul, Minnesota, <br>
1 CONC June 1971. He graduated in June 1973 with a degree in Graphic Arts. Don <br>
1 CONC worked for First National Bank of Minneapolis for 11 1/2 years.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Janice needed a roommate and thought of Donald. Donald was a good friend <br>
1 CONC of Janice's brother Mike England and heard that Donald moved back to <br>
1 CONC Maysville from Minnesota.&nbsp; Janice asked Mike to see if Donald&nbsp; was <br>
1 CONC interested in moving to Columbia, Mo. as Janice needed a roommate.&nbsp; <br>
1 CONC Donald did and he moved in with Janice, June 1986.&nbsp; Later Donald asked <br>
1 CONC Janice for a date on New Year's Eve, Dec 31, 1986 and they went to a <br>
1 CONC Greater Columbia Association of the Deaf Party. They had been dating for <br>
1 CONC a full year and Donald gave Janice and engagement ring in Lake of Ozarks, <br>
1 CONC (Mexican restaurant) on December 12, 1987.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT They were married in St. Joseph, Mo. on March 5, 1988 at the First <br>
1 CONC Baptist Church.&nbsp; A son was born (John Ross Cobb) on May 29, 1989.&nbsp; John <br>
1 CONC Ross was named after Donald's great-grandfather John Wesley Cobb and <br>
1 CONC Donald's father and grandfather Leo Ross Cob and Cleo Ross Cobb.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT (taken from letter written by Janice England Cobb to Gloria Jean <br>
1 CONC Walker-Cox March 29, 1997)<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT<br>
0 @I0029@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Steven Wayne /England/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 27 Apr 1960<br>
2 SOUR Janice England-Cobb<br>
1 FAMS @F045@<br>
1 FAMS @F046@<br>
1 FAMC @F005@<br>
0 @I0030@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Tina Marie /Hess/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 28 Dec 1969<br>
2 PLAC ST. Joseph, Mo<br>
1 FAMS @F089@<br>
1 FAMC @F006@<br>
0 @I0031@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Tricia Lynn /Hess/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 18 Jun 1974<br>
2 PLAC ST. Joseph, Mo<br>
1 ADDR<br>
2 CONT 1218 Lincoln<br>
2 CONT St Joseph<br>
2 CONT Mo<br>
2 CONT 64501<br>
2 CONT USA<br>
1 FAMS @F018@<br>
1 FAMC @F006@<br>
0 @I0032@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Jack /Hess/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE UNKNOWN<br>
1 FAMS @F006@<br>
0 @I0046@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Reginal /Beck/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 9 Sep 1961<br>
2 SOUR Sharon Kay Walker-Weese<br>
1 STAT social security # 485-90-2014<br>
1 ADDR<br>
2 CONT RR 1 Box 119<br>
2 CONT Golden<br>
2 CONT Illinois<br>
2 CONT 62339<br>
2 CONT USA<br>
1 FAMS @F007@<br>
0 @I0047@ INDI<br>
1 NAME James Roland /Beck/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 19 Dec 1990<br>
2 SOUR Sharon Kay Walker-Weese<br>
1 FAMC @F007@<br>
0 @I0048@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Deborah Jean /Abbott/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 11 Oct 1961<br>
2 PLAC Carolton, Illinois<br>
2 SOUR Sharon Kay Walker-Weese<br>
1 FAMS @F008@<br>
0 @I0049@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Beth Jeanette /Weese/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 13 Sep 1985<br>
2 PLAC Quincy, Illinois<br>
2 SOUR Sharon Kay Walker-Weese<br>
1 FAMC @F008@<br>
0 @I0067@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Gerald Floyd /Murphy/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 ALIA Jerry /Murphy/<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 8 Sep 1947<br>
2 PLAC St. Joseph, Mo<br>
2 SOUR Jerry Murphy<br>
1 STAT Graduated Central High School-St. Joseph Mo<br>
1 SUBM married Gloria Walker<br>
1 SUBM married Gloria Walker Chad Allen Murphy born<br>
1 SURN Married Kathy Spink<br>
1 FAMS @F010@<br>
1 NOTE @NI0067@<br>
0 @NI0067@ NOTE<br>
1 CONC Graduated from Central High School in St. Joseph, Mo 1965.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Jerry worked at Carpet Center after he was out of high school&nbsp; and <br>
1 CONC married Gloria Walker.&nbsp; They had a son Chad Allen Murphy.&nbsp; Jerry later <br>
1 CONC went on to buy Carpet Center and moved to a new location from 6th Street <br>
1 CONC to Frederick Ave. in St. Joseph, Mo<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Jerry likes to fish and likes old cars.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Jerry and Gloria divorced and Jerry re-married Kathy Spink. They adopted <br>
1 CONC 2 children: Heather and Elizabeth.<br>
0 @I0068@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Chad Allen /Murphy/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 15 Mar 1966<br>
2 PLAC St. Joseph, Mo<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE 17 Jan 1989<br>
2 PLAC Kansas City, Mo<br>
2 CAUS car accident , hit tree<br>
1 TEMP died in car accident. Was alone. Hit&nbsp; tree at excessive speed. Died instantly.<br>
1 TEXT ss# 486-82-5824<br>
1 TEXT ss# 486-82-5824 went to live with mother Gloria Walker &amp; Steve Cox<br>
1 TITL went to Raytown High School, Kansas City, Mo<br>
1 TRLR lived wih Grandparent (Walker) in St. Joseph, Mo<br>
1 TRLR lived wih Grandparent (Walker) in St. Joseph, Mo graduated Central High School, St.
Joseph, Mo<br>
1 VERS Had son: Marc Owen Smith - Murphy<br>
1 WIFE Had 2nd son: Matthew Scott Smith - Murphy<br>
1 WILL gave custody of Matthew to Phyllis Smith<br>
1 ADDR<br>
2 CONT 6007 So 8th<br>
2 CONT St Joseph<br>
2 CONT Mo<br>
2 CONT 64504<br>
2 CONT USA<br>
1 FAMS @F011@<br>
1 FAMC @F010@<br>
1 NOTE @NI0068@<br>
0 @NI0068@ NOTE<br>
1 CONC Chad Murphy was a handsome young man.&nbsp; He was also a cute little boy with <br>
1 CONC very blonde hair that darkened as he got older. He was very likable.&nbsp; He <br>
1 CONC loved sports as a boy and his father coached his baseball team.&nbsp; He <br>
1 CONC started out working when he was about 13 throwing newspapers in St. <br>
1 CONC Joseph.&nbsp; He had to get up VERY early, but was a good worker.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Gloria lost custody of Chad when he was about 5 years old and Chad went <br>
1 CONC to live with his Father Jerry Murphy and his wife Kathy.&nbsp; They were very <br>
1 CONC good parents and raised Chad well.&nbsp; When Chad reached his teenage years, <br>
1 CONC he and his father started having problems.&nbsp; Chad came to live with Gloria <br>
1 CONC &amp; Steve Cox when Chad was 15 years old.&nbsp; Not realizing that there were <br>
1 CONC rules in every home Chad had a hard time adjusting to the home and after <br>
1 CONC spending about a year with Gloria and Steve he returned to St. Joseph, to <br>
1 CONC live with his Grandma and Grandpa Walker.&nbsp; <br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT His Grandparents thought of Chad as their own son. They were very close <br>
1 CONC to each other. Chad went to Raytown High School while he lived in Kansas <br>
1 CONC City with his mother Gloria. Chad went back to Central High School in St. <br>
1 CONC Joseph and graduated in 1984.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Chad dated and had lots of pretty girlfriends.&nbsp; He met Erin St. John <br>
1 CONC Smith and they developed a relationship.&nbsp; Erin had 2 sons with Chad.&nbsp; <br>
1 CONC They lived together, mostly in Independence, Mo.&nbsp; Chad worked <br>
1 CONC construction and factory work.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT He liked to party.&nbsp; The night he died he was going from one bar to <br>
1 CONC another.&nbsp; He must have been going at a very high speed.&nbsp; Making a curve <br>
1 CONC on 47th Street in Raytown, MO he lost control and hit a tree. His car hit <br>
1 CONC the tree on the right passenger side of the car.&nbsp; The car was wrapped <br>
1 CONC around the tree and the car broke in half.&nbsp; Chad was found on the back <br>
1 CONC fence of the yard.&nbsp; His head was smashed badly.&nbsp; He died instantly.
&nbsp; <br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT I (his mother) woke up the night Chad was killed at exactly the time he <br>
1 CONC died.&nbsp; I woke up with my left leg hurting. I decided to get up and take <br>
1 CONC something for it if it was bad enough to wake me from my sleep. That is <br>
1 CONC how I knew the time....I looked when I went downstairs.&nbsp; Later the <br>
1 CONC funeral home asked if I would like his clothes.&nbsp; I said yes.&nbsp; The left <br>
1 CONC leg was torn.&nbsp; That was the leg that woke me.&nbsp; She said his leg was torn <br>
1 CONC up pretty badly, but it was not broken. <br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT It is a mother's worst nightmare to be woken at 3:00 in the morning by <br>
1 CONC the police and told your son is dead.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Chad was 22 years,10 months and 2 day old, when he was killed..&nbsp; In 2 <br>
1 CONC more months he would have been 23.&nbsp; <br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT When Chad was growing up he was very athletic.&nbsp; He could ride all kinds <br>
1 CONC of wheelies and tricks on his bicycle. <br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT&nbsp; Then he learned to ride a motorcycle.&nbsp; His Grandpa Walker taught him and
<br>
1 CONC bought him one when he was only about 6 years old.&nbsp; I ( Gloria) remember <br>
1 CONC Dad (Grandpa) Walker, chasing Chad on the motorcycle to catch him before <br>
1 CONC he hit their house.&nbsp; Chad couldn't&nbsp; find the brakes.&nbsp; Chad grew up
with <br>
1 CONC his mom taking him on rides in front of her.&nbsp; He loved to ride <br>
1 CONC motorcycles and was very good at it also.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Chad was very athletic.&nbsp; He played on a Baseball team and his Dad (Jerry <br>
1 CONC Murphy was the coach).&nbsp;&nbsp; Chad also played basketball and football and was
<br>
1 CONC on a bowling league.&nbsp; Then he got into Rock and Roll just like every <br>
1 CONC other kid. <br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT<br>
0 @I0069@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Erin St. John /Smith/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 18 Dec 1967<br>
2 PLAC St. Joseph, Mo<br>
1 STAT Erin was adopted by Phyllis&nbsp; Smith<br>
1 SUBM Erins mother died when Erin was 2 years old<br>
1 SUBM Erins mother died when Erin was 2 years old Erin's real mother was Linda Kerns<br>
1 SURN Erin's real father is unknown<br>
1 TEMP Erin &amp; Chad never married but had 2 children Marc &amp; Matthew<br>
1 FAMS @F011@<br>
1 FAMC @F012@<br>
1 NOTE @NI0069@<br>
0 @NI0069@ NOTE<br>
1 CONC Erin's real mother&nbsp; Linda Kerns, died when Erin was a baby.&nbsp; Her real <br>
1 CONC father is unknown.&nbsp; She was adopted by her aunt, Phyllis Smith and Dan <br>
1 CONC Smith. <br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Chad Murphy and Erin never married, but had 2 sons, Marc Owen and Matthew <br>
1 CONC Scott.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Erin gave custody of Matthew Scott to Phyllis Smith when she came home <br>
1 CONC from the hospital.&nbsp;&nbsp; Matthew was only a few days old.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Erin gave custody of Marc Owen to Gloria Walker (Chad's mother) after <br>
1 CONC Chad was killed in a car accident.&nbsp; Marc was two and a half&nbsp; years old. <br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Erin married Scott Schottel and had Andy Schottel.&nbsp; They live in Hoyt, <br>
1 CONC Kansas near Topeka, Kansas. They enjoy all kinds of activities including <br>
1 CONC Boating, Swimming, Camping, Dune Buggies, Snakes, motorcycles&nbsp; and <br>
1 CONC fishing. <br>
0 @I0070@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Marc Owen /Murphy/<br>
2 SOUR @S13058@<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 12 Jul 1986<br>
2 SOUR Gloria Jean Walker<br>
1 STAT born Marc Owen Smith<br>
1 SUBM legal name Murphy - dad added to birth certficate<br>
1 SUBM legal name Murphy - dad added to birth certficate lived 12905 E 41 Terr,
Independence, Mo 64055-4515<br>
1 SURN moved to 3000 Kirby Rd., Grain Valley, Mo 64029-8288<br>
1 TEMP went to Luff Elementary, Independence, Mo<br>
1 TEXT Grain Valley Middle School<br>
1 TEXT Grain Valley Middle School ss# 492-98-0789<br>
1 TITL baptised at Independence Christian Center (Pastor Kevin McMullen)<br>
1 ADDR<br>
2 CONT 3000 Kirby Rd<br>
2 CONT Grain Valley<br>
2 CONT Mo<br>
2 CONT 64029-8288<br>
2 CONT USA<br>
1 FAMC @F011@<br>
1 FAMC @F001@<br>
1 NOTE @NI0070@<br>
0 @NI0070@ NOTE<br>
1 CONC
&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;
&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;
&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;
Marc Owen Smith-Murphy<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Chad Murphy (Marc's father)&nbsp; was killed in car accident January 17, 1989.<br>
1 CONT&nbsp; Erin Smith (Marc's mother)&nbsp; left Marc with Gloria Walker &nbsp;
(grandmother) <br>
1 CONC &amp; Stephen Cox.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Marc's middle name is after Chad's friend Owen.&nbsp; <br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Marc has a brother Matthew Scott Smith who was born exactly one year <br>
1 CONC apart from Marc on July 12.&nbsp; Matthew has lived with his Grandma Phyllis <br>
1 CONC Smith since he was only a few days old in St. Joseph, Mo.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Marc has a step-brother Andrew Schottel who lives in Topeka, Kansas with <br>
1 CONC Erin and Scott Schottel.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT&nbsp; Legal Custody was given to Gloria Walker August 1989 and Marc was <br>
1 CONC adopted in to the Cox family. <br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Marc's last name was changed to Murphy in 1990 when Chad Murphy was added <br>
1 CONC to his birth certificate naming Chad as the biological father of Marc. <br>
1 CONC Marc is being raised&nbsp; by Gloria Walker and Steve Cox as their son <br>
1 CONC although he is really their grandson and step grandson.&nbsp; Erin Smith tried <br>
1 CONC to regain custody and failed to receive it due to the best interest of <br>
1 CONC Marc.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Marc visits his Mom Erin every other week-end and 6 weeks during the <br>
1 CONC summer months.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Marc is very athletic. He love all sports. He played baseball a couple of <br>
1 CONC years. He played football in Grain Valley when he was 10 years old. He <br>
1 CONC also played basketball in Grain Valley when he was 10.&nbsp; He was on a <br>
1 CONC bowling team in Independence and in the State finals.&nbsp; He also loves to <br>
1 CONC swim and ride motorcycles. Marc is very hyper and outgoing.&nbsp; He isn't <br>
1 CONC afraid to talk to people and is very friendly. <br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT He is a grade A student and usually makes the honor roll.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT He is raising chickens with his Mom (Gloria) and is very helpful. <br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT He has his own 80 Honda Motorcycle and loves to ride it on the 35 acres <br>
1 CONC at his home in Grain Valley, Mo.&nbsp; <br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Marc is sometimes accident prone.&nbsp; He jumped on a chair and busted his <br>
1 CONC lip open when he was only 3 years old.&nbsp; Then he was running and ran into <br>
1 CONC a flag pole and cut his forehead.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT<br>
0 @I0076@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Mario Lennox /Urruela/ III<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE ABT. 12 Apr 1954<br>
2 PLAC Miami, Florida<br>
2 SOUR GLoria Jean Walker<br>
1 STAT was in US Air Force<br>
1 SUBM worked at G.P.O.&nbsp;&nbsp; Post Office downtown KC Mo<br>
1 SUBM worked at G.P.O.&nbsp;&nbsp; Post Office downtown KC Mo married Jennifer ? and had
son Luke Mario Urruela<br>
1 SURN divorced Jennifer and moved to Florida<br>
1 FAMS @F009@<br>
0 @I0077@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Sabrina Lynn /Urruela/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 21 Apr 1975<br>
2 PLAC Grand Forks, North Dakota<br>
2 SOUR Gloria Jean Walker (mother of Sabrina)<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE 21 Apr 1975<br>
2 PLAC Grand Forks, North Dakota<br>
1 STAT Buried in St. Joseph, Mo.<br>
1 SUBM name on birth certificate spelled Saberina Lynn Urruela<br>
1 FAMC @F009@<br>
1 NOTE @NI0077@<br>
0 @NI0077@ NOTE<br>
1 CONC Sabrina Lynn Urruela<br>
1 CONT Born at 3:55 AM in United Hospital on April 21, 1975, Grand Forks, North <br>
1 CONC Dakota. Dr. Clark the attending physician for the mother and Dr Silverman <br>
1 CONC the attending pediatrician for the baby.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Sabrina weighed only&nbsp; 1 pound 10 one half ounces.&nbsp; She cried at birth.
&nbsp; <br>
1 CONC She lived for almost 2 hours.&nbsp; She had no hair and was very small.&nbsp; She <br>
1 CONC was born premature at 6 months on Monday.&nbsp; She was baptized shortly after <br>
1 CONC birth.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT She will be buried by Rupp's Funeral home in St. Joseph, MO. in Memorial <br>
1 CONC Cemetery, Sat. April 26, 1975.&nbsp; Mr. &amp; Mrs. Sgt. Fleenor bought her gown <br>
1 CONC she will be buried in.&nbsp; It was a very pretty light pink with 3 tiny <br>
1 CONC flowers at the neck and lace on the sleeves. <br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Gloria went to the hospital at 7:00 Sat morning.&nbsp; Labor stopped. Then <br>
1 CONC started again Sunday evening at 6:00 and lasted 10 hours until Sabrina <br>
1 CONC was born at 3:55 Monday morning.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Mario witnessed her birth and watched her being cared for until she went <br>
1 CONC to heaven.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Mario was in the United States Air Force and stationed at Grand Forks Air <br>
1 CONC Force Base.<br>
0 @I0079@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Katie /Rust/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 13 Jan 1901<br>
2 PLAC Holland, Iowa<br>
2 SOUR Lillian Juanita&nbsp; Rose Walker<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE 21 Jul 1967<br>
2 PLAC St. Joseph, Mo<br>
2 SOUR Brøderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 2, Ed. 4, Social Security Death Index: U.S.,
Social Security Death Index, Surnames from M through Z, Date of Import: Jan 2, 1997,
Internal Ref. #1.112.4.59893.10<br>
3 CONC 3 and Lillian Juanita Rose-Walker<br>
2 CAUS diabetes<br>
1 STAT Katie worked at Armour meat Company<br>
1 SUBM Katie was a diabetic<br>
1 SUBM Katie was a diabetic divorced Russel but never remarried<br>
1 SURN Social Security #: 491-24-7789<br>
1 TEMP Last residence: MO 64503<br>
1 TEXT also have birthday as Jan 30, 1900<br>
1 TEXT also have birthday as Jan 30, 1900 died in her home on 10th &amp; Hickory, ST.
Joseph, Mo at age of 66<br>
1 TITL Katie had no middle name<br>
1 ADDR<br>
2 CONT 10 th &amp; Hickory<br>
2 CONT St Joseph<br>
2 CONT Mo<br>
2 CONT<br>
2 CONT<br>
1 FAMS @F004@<br>
1 NOTE @NI0079@<br>
0 @NI0079@ NOTE<br>
1 CONC&nbsp; Katie Rust- Rose&nbsp;&nbsp; (Grandma)<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Grandma Rose (Katie) owned a duplex at 10th &amp; Hickory.&nbsp; She worked most <br>
1 CONC of her life at Swift &amp; Armour Warehouse with Bacon. <br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Grandma always loved Christmas and would have everyone to her home for <br>
1 CONC Christmas.&nbsp; She would have something for everyone, no matter how small. <br>
1 CONC She would work all year long making things by hand to give to her family. <br>
1 CONC She collected salt &amp; pepper shakers.&nbsp; She was a short woman with very <br>
1 CONC thin hair. She had a hairpiece she wore at times when she would go out.&nbsp; <br>
1 CONC She didn't have any hair growing on her legs.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Grandma loved to baby sit with Chad Murphy when I, (Gloria Jean Walker) <br>
1 CONC lived in the duplex next to her (1966-1967) .&nbsp; I gave Grandma her insulin <br>
1 CONC shots in the arm. She would give them to herself in her legs and her legs <br>
1 CONC would be bruised. She had a special device that stuck the needle in for <br>
1 CONC you.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Grandma loved flowers. She had flowers in her home and all around the <br>
1 CONC outside too. <br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Grandma Rose had a bird and we would clean the cage and change the paper <br>
1 CONC in the bottom of the cage.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT I (Gloria) lived in the duplex next to Grandma when I was married to <br>
1 CONC Jerry Murphy. It was about our 3rd home.&nbsp; Grandma rented it to us for <br>
1 CONC $25.00 a month. Grandma used to hear Jerry &amp; Gloria fighting and would <br>
1 CONC call Juanita.&nbsp; It upset Grandma to hear us fight, the walls were very <br>
1 CONC thin. I was living next to Grandma when she passed away.&nbsp; <br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT&nbsp; Katie used to call Sharon Walker-Weese late at night and talk about <br>
1 CONC spiritual things.&nbsp; She was doing a lot of soul searching according to <br>
1 CONC Sharon in the last few years of her life.&nbsp; Sharon has Grandma Rose's <br>
1 CONC bible.&nbsp; Sharon saw grandma's baptismal certificate one time.&nbsp; It was in <br>
1 CONC German.&nbsp; Grandma told Sharon it was in German because they were German <br>
1 CONC and couldn't write English very well when she was Baptized.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT I remember when I was young and Grandma used to watch me (Gloria Walker) <br>
1 CONC and my cousin Linda England.&nbsp; Our parents would go out a lot of time for <br>
1 CONC motorcycle events and clubs.&nbsp; They would leave us at Grandma's house at <br>
1 CONC 10th and Hickory in St. Joseph.&nbsp; One time they left us and Grandma was <br>
1 CONC not home.&nbsp; We waited and waited for Grandma until it was getting dark.&nbsp; <br>
1 CONC Linda and&nbsp; I were about 11 years old I think.&nbsp; Anyway, we got Grandma's <br>
1 CONC phone directory and started calling everyone in it.&nbsp; She had a friend <br>
1 CONC named Earl that was married, but helped Grandma a lot with things around <br>
1 CONC the house.&nbsp; We called his wife looking for Grandma.&nbsp; When Grandma came <br>
1 CONC home and found out what we had done... she went into a coma in the <br>
1 CONC hospital for 3 days.&nbsp; Linda and I felt real bad about that.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Another time we were left at Grandma's we skated all the way to the movie <br>
1 CONC theatre.&nbsp; It was a long way but it was fun.<br>
1 CONT<br>
0 @I0080@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Frank Edward /Riley/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 13 Jun 1918<br>
2 PLAC St. Joseph, Mo Buchanan County<br>
2 SOUR Pauline Riley<br>
1 FAMS @F013@<br>
1 NOTE @NI0080@<br>
0 @NI0080@ NOTE<br>
1 CONC<br>
1 CONT Frank&nbsp; Riley was in the military.&nbsp; He was a Prisoner of War. He left San <br>
1 CONC Francisco on Sept 7, 1940 via ship en route to &quot;destination unknown - <br>
1 CONC destination orders to be opened at sea for all aboard&quot;.&nbsp; That destination
<br>
1 CONC was supposed to have been Alexandria, North Africa.&nbsp; That later was <br>
1 CONC changed and they were sent to the Philippine Islands.&nbsp; When World War II <br>
1 CONC broke out Dec 7, 1941 he was stationed at Ft. Stoutenburg, P.I.&nbsp; It was <br>
1 CONC December 8, 1941 there because they were the other side of International <br>
1 CONC Dateline.&nbsp; They were attacked at approximately the same time as Pearl <br>
1 CONC Harbor.&nbsp; He fought on Bataan, was wounded when blown out of his tank, <br>
1 CONC later taken prisoner when Bataan fell.&nbsp; He walked the entire infamous <br>
1 CONC Bataan Death March.&nbsp; He was in various P.O.W. (Prisoner Of War)&nbsp; camps in
<br>
1 CONC Philippines, Korea, Japan and finally in Mukden, Manchuria.&nbsp; He survived <br>
1 CONC the sinking of three Japanese ships en route to Japan.&nbsp; These ships were <br>
1 CONC not marked to show they carried P.O.W.'s - only that they were Japanese <br>
1 CONC ships.&nbsp; Subsequently they were sunk by our own Navy.&nbsp; Frank spent <br>
1 CONC forty-two (42) months of terrible tortures, starvation, without medical <br>
1 CONC treatment of any kind, etc., etc. as P.O.W.&nbsp; He was liberated after the <br>
1 CONC war ended.&nbsp; Liberated from Mukden, Manchuria by the Russians on August <br>
1 CONC 19, 1945.&nbsp; Later was taken to the Port of Diaran via train, then via ship <br>
1 CONC to the Philippine Islands and finally airlifted to San Francisco to a <br>
1 CONC hospital there.&nbsp; <br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT He has real problems due to his sufferings&nbsp; as a P.O.W. to this day.&nbsp; He <br>
1 CONC has terrible nightmares, flashbacks to those days and the torturing <br>
1 CONC especially, along with other Traumatic Stress Syndrome problems plus <br>
1 CONC additional medical problems related to that time in his life.&nbsp; <br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT<br>
0 @I0081@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Sandra Deanne /Riley/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 11 Aug 1941<br>
2 PLAC Ft. Lewis Washington<br>
2 SOUR pauline Riley<br>
1 STAT born in Fr. Lewis Washington<br>
1 FAMS @F026@<br>
1 FAMC @F013@<br>
1 NOTE @NI0081@<br>
0 @NI0081@ NOTE<br>
1 CONC Sandy has a top job. She is head of the Serials Dept for the University <br>
1 CONC of California Library System with her office and large staff in Davis, <br>
1 CONC CA., although she frequently has to be at other campus'.&nbsp; She is well <br>
1 CONC know and highly regarded in her field. Her work entails (among other <br>
1 CONC things) the final &quot;resting&quot; place for the United State Government <br>
1 CONC documents out of Washington DC.&nbsp; Her husband, Nick, has several degrees' <br>
1 CONC latest a doctorate in Anthropology-although he gave that up and has <br>
1 CONC worked several years for the State of CA in Sacramento.&nbsp; He is top in <br>
1 CONC Consumer Affairs and writes programs and gives exams for licensing of ALL <br>
1 CONC license given in the State of CA.&nbsp; As a result he travels most of the <br>
1 CONC time through-out the state.&nbsp; He even gives the exams for M.D.s (which <br>
1 CONC gets his own daughter-in-law, Leslie - Leslie is Steves wife)&nbsp; <br>
0 @I0086@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Asa Russell /Rose/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 23 Feb 1871<br>
2 PLAC Stanley, Johnson County,&nbsp; Kansas<br>
2 SOUR Katie Rose- Juanita Rose Walker - Gloria Walker have&nbsp; hand written letter from
Asa Russell&nbsp; Rose stating birthdate and birthplace&nbsp; to Russell Rose.<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE WFT Est. 1908-1962<br>
2 SOUR wft Volume # 5 -<br>
1 STAT Census, OK, Creek Co, Euchee Township (WFT #6 has Iowa as Birthplace)<br>
1 FAMS @F014@<br>
1 FAMS @F027@<br>
1 FAMS @F087@<br>
1 FAMC @F047@<br>
1 FAMC @F024@<br>
1 NOTE @NI0086@<br>
0 @NI0086@ NOTE<br>
1 CONC Letter written by Asa Russel Rose<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Russell's Roses Mothers Name (Maiden) <br>
1 CONT Ida&nbsp;&nbsp; Houchin born at Urbana LU2&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; July 18,
1872<br>
1 CONT or&nbsp;&nbsp; (Lola Flouchin born At Urbana LU2&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; July 18,
1872)&nbsp; (hard to read <br>
1 CONC name)<br>
1 CONT Asa Russell Rose Born at Stanley, Kansas Feb 23, 1871<br>
1 CONT This name if for your identification<br>
1 CONT to&nbsp; (identify)&nbsp;&nbsp; yourself<br>
1 CONT So do not forget it<br>
1 CONT Your (&nbsp; Leischage )&nbsp; =&nbsp; (can't read it )<br>
1 CONT&nbsp; is the same thing and can't be ( changed. )<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Your Father<br>
1 CONT Asa Russel Rose<br>
0 @I0087@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Lloyd Dean /McPheter/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 14 Mar 1945<br>
1 ADDR<br>
2 CONT 1604 N 20<br>
2 CONT St Joseph<br>
2 CONT Mo<br>
2 CONT 64505<br>
2 CONT USA<br>
1 FAMS @F016@<br>
0 @I0088@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Donald Dean /Cobb/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 3 Mar 1952<br>
2 PLAC Maysville, Mo<br>
1 FAMS @F015@<br>
0 @I0089@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Cecil Arthur /Rose/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 23 Nov 1916<br>
1 FAMS @F090@<br>
1 FAMC @F087@<br>
0 @I0091@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Janet Lynn /Roach/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 22 Jan 1965<br>
1 FAMS @F017@<br>
0 @I0092@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Jaclyn Sue /England/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 25 Jul 1992<br>
2 PLAC ST. Joseph, Mo<br>
1 FAMC @F017@<br>
0 @I0093@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Joseph Michael /England/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 23 Mar 1994<br>
2 PLAC ST. Joseph, Mo<br>
1 FAMC @F017@<br>
0 @I0094@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Danny /Burley/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE UNKNOWN<br>
1 FAMS @F018@<br>
0 @I0096@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Helen /Rose/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 11 Feb 1900<br>
2 PLAC unknown<br>
2 SOUR Helen Rose&nbsp; -&nbsp; cassette tape<br>
1 ADDR Helen Read<br>
2 CONT 804 Imperial Way<br>
2 CONT Salmon<br>
2 CONT ID<br>
2 CONT 83467<br>
2 CONT USA<br>
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1 CONC edited from 28 pages<br>
1 CONT About Helen's mother:&nbsp; <br>
1 CONT She did much sewing for other people. She had studied sewing and <br>
1 CONC tailoring under the instruction of a lady who was very careful and <br>
1 CONC strict.&nbsp; Mother must of had her training when she was 18-20.&nbsp;&nbsp; She
was 24 <br>
1 CONC&nbsp; when Helen was born and&nbsp; had been married&nbsp; 2 years.&nbsp; We lived
in <br>
1 CONC Muskogee, Oklahoma only 2 years.&nbsp; I don't know why or when we moved to <br>
1 CONC Granite, Oklahoma in&nbsp; _____&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; County, out west in the Pan
Handle. Mother <br>
1 CONC said I played with a&nbsp;&nbsp; 2 year old in Muskogee named Lillian Durham.
&nbsp; Papa <br>
1 CONC did not stay with us much.&nbsp; I remember that mother and I were in a <br>
1 CONC different small town about once a year where a few days each time&nbsp; ____&nbsp; <br>
1 CONC believed we visited papa.&nbsp; I remember knowing that he was there, but I do <br>
1 CONC not remember seeing him. Papa probably took us to Granite because of the <br>
1 CONC mountain of granite rock which was excellent for tombstones. But he was <br>
1 CONC not there at anytime until 1905 when I was 5 years old.&nbsp; He stayed one <br>
1 CONC month and did a little tombstone work.&nbsp; Mainly papa was a gambler.&nbsp; That <br>
1 CONC is why he moved around so much.&nbsp; He needed to find new players or move <br>
1 CONC away from gambling debts. <br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Three years old.&nbsp; This is a different town Ma ma and I lived at Mrs. <br>
1 CONC Paynes in one half of a small house.&nbsp; We stayed longer this time. Mama <br>
1 CONC planted early garden seeds under an old swing door.&nbsp; We probably did not <br>
1 CONC stay long enough for them to mature.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT At Granite we lived only one block from the school and I often went there <br>
1 CONC to play with the children or just to be near them .&nbsp;&nbsp; There was no <br>
1 CONC organized play, no playground teacher.&nbsp; Kids just ran and chased each <br>
1 CONC other. Miss Jessie allowed me to enter the 1st race when I was 4.&nbsp;&nbsp; I <br>
1 CONC passed to the 2nd grade when I was 5 and I finished the 3rd when I was 6 <br>
1 CONC or 7 .&nbsp; (7 in February)<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Very few people had a telephone.&nbsp; None of our neighbors had one. Our <br>
1 CONC lighting was by kerosene lamps and maybe a lantern.&nbsp; People made their <br>
1 CONC own pleasures. One time mama and I went to a penmanship class.&nbsp; A public <br>
1 CONC meeting just to practice penmanship under a director.&nbsp; I practiced too. <br>
1 CONC There were literary societies where members participated in debates. <br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Mama got 2 lots, with one 2 room house on one lot. She had only her work <br>
1 CONC of sewing to bring in any money. And that was very low pay&nbsp; in those <br>
1 CONC days.&nbsp; The bought another 3 room house and had it moved on to her lot.&nbsp; <br>
1 CONC Two men with 2 teams of horses moved it.&nbsp; They charged her&nbsp; ten dollars. <br>
1 CONC I imagine the house cost two hundred dollars&nbsp; or less. She rented the <br>
1 CONC extra house&nbsp; for maybe&nbsp; ten dollars a month.&nbsp; I remember we bought a
milk <br>
1 CONC cow in 1920 for ten dollars.&nbsp; I don't know where we got drinking water.&nbsp; <br>
1 CONC There was no city water on our lot. Everyone kept a barrel of rain water <br>
1 CONC for washing their hair and dishes and small things. Mama traded sewing <br>
1 CONC work for clothes washing. <br>
1 CONT&nbsp; <br>
1 CONT When I was 5,&nbsp; I earned my first money for real work. (Big Deal)! Three <br>
1 CONC girls of about 11 years old took me out to a cotton field where we picked <br>
1 CONC cotton for one cent a pound. I picked 15 pounds with the help of the <br>
1 CONC girls.&nbsp; So I earned 15 cents. Of course we walked out to the field, <br>
1 CONC that's just the way it was.&nbsp;&nbsp; People walked. <br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT In 1905 Papa came and stayed one month with us. He did some tombstone <br>
1 CONC work.&nbsp; He carved beautiful angels, doves and flowers in a granite <br>
1 CONC monument.&nbsp; The stones were already shaped and polished. They came from <br>
1 CONC the mountains near Granite.&nbsp; Papa said he would carve a stone plaque for <br>
1 CONC me.&nbsp; It was to be an open book.&nbsp; But he did not get it done. <br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Papa taught me to say that he was born in Beaver City, Beaver County, <br>
1 CONC Pennsylvania.&nbsp; He was about 20 years older than mama.&nbsp;&nbsp; He had been
<br>
1 CONC married before and had a daughter only six years younger than mama.&nbsp;&nbsp; He <br>
1 CONC was quite handsome.&nbsp; Six feet tall, blue eyes, wavy brown hair.&nbsp; Mama <br>
1 CONC said she was attracted to him because of his nice manners.&nbsp;&nbsp; Living as he
<br>
1 CONC did in hotels he had city ways.&nbsp; As I said before, he was a gambler and <br>
1 CONC when he left that time, he left some gambling debts. Mama said she had to <br>
1 CONC pay them.&nbsp; She did not say how much.&nbsp; No matter how small they may have <br>
1 CONC been it was too much for her to have to pay. <br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Mama kept my hair very healthy and nicely curled. It was light brown with <br>
1 CONC golden tints in it. I can prove that for I still have some of the six or <br>
1 CONC eight inch long curls. My eyes were brown when I was small but they <br>
1 CONC turned green.&nbsp;&nbsp; Mothers eyes were blue.&nbsp; She was about my height
&nbsp; 5 feet <br>
1 CONC 2 or 3 inches.&nbsp;&nbsp; She weighed only 98 pounds during those years, but she <br>
1 CONC gained some more later. <br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT My granddaughter Paula says to tell how you dressed, what you wore.&nbsp; <br>
1 CONC Mama's dresses came down to the&nbsp; ground.&nbsp; A lady must not show her <br>
1 CONC ankle.&nbsp;&nbsp; We wore high button shoes in winter.&nbsp; The slippers in
summer had <br>
1 CONC one or&nbsp;&nbsp; two buttons.&nbsp;&nbsp; There were also high laced shoes.
&nbsp; Ladies wore <br>
1 CONC long black cotton stockings of fine threads held up by supporters <br>
1 CONC attached to the corsets. She wore below the knee white muslin underpants <br>
1 CONC and one or two petticoats with many ruffles and a corset cover.&nbsp;&nbsp; All of <br>
1 CONC this under a long dress with long sleeves and high collar. Most of these <br>
1 CONC other things were sewn at home and made of white muslin .&nbsp; I wore long <br>
1 CONC black cotton stocking in winter, white ones in summer.&nbsp; <br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Many people chewed tobacco. And they left it big juicy mouth with tobacco <br>
1 CONC juice.&nbsp; They spit on the sidewalk.&nbsp; Ladies skirts drag the side walk
&nbsp; and <br>
1 CONC were soiled.&nbsp; Citizens had to be stopped by law not to spit on the walk. <br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT After we sat in class at school,&nbsp; a bucket was passed down the isle by 2 <br>
1 CONC boys with one dipper for all to drink from .&nbsp; I don't know where the <br>
1 CONC water came from&nbsp; weather there was a pump on the school ground or not.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT My half sister Clara came once to visit.&nbsp; She did not bring&nbsp; her son <br>
1 CONC Floyd.&nbsp; He was probably left with his grandmother.&nbsp; Floyd was 2 months <br>
1 CONC younger than I.&nbsp; She was probably 24 at that time. Mother gave her money <br>
1 CONC to return home.&nbsp; We were both 4 at that time (Floyd and I).&nbsp; Clara became
<br>
1 CONC a beauty operator and used her treatment on her own skin. It was lovely.&nbsp; <br>
1 CONC She was 6 feet tall.&nbsp; Lots of long dark hair.&nbsp; It was 16 years before I <br>
1 CONC saw her again.&nbsp; She sent me a gift every Christmas. <br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Illnesses, we had some of it every winter.&nbsp; That seems to have been <br>
1 CONC influenza.&nbsp;&nbsp; At 2 1/2&nbsp; I had the measles.&nbsp;&nbsp; Mama told me
that she had <br>
1 CONC typhoid fever when she was quite young in Muskogee. She was so ill, she <br>
1 CONC thought she might die. She asked the lady at the hotel to keep me if she <br>
1 CONC did die.&nbsp; The lady said she would .&nbsp;&nbsp; But mama thought she would
raise me <br>
1 CONC only to be a hotel worker.&nbsp; How glad I am that mama survived.&nbsp; Auntie <br>
1 CONC (Pearl)&nbsp; 4 years younger than mama, had typhoid at the age of 16 and all <br>
1 CONC her hair fell off and came back in curly.&nbsp;&nbsp; <br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Pearl married my father's brother ( Will Kaylord).&nbsp; They had no <br>
1 CONC children.&nbsp; Will was also 6 feet tall. Pearl was about mama's size.&nbsp; They <br>
1 CONC had a brother ( Sid) , redhead and tall.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Sid operated a sawmill. Mama and I visited him and his family at the <br>
1 CONC sawmill located somewhere in Oklahoma.&nbsp; He had a son Elmer and girl <br>
1 CONC Birdie.&nbsp; We called him little Elmer to distinguish him from mama's <br>
1 CONC brother Elmer.&nbsp; Little Elmer was 2&nbsp; when I was 5.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Grandma came to stay with us in 1906. She and mama rented a horse and <br>
1 CONC buggy. In attempting to hitch up the horse, mama dropped the reins to the <br>
1 CONC ground and was standing on them when the horse jerked up to hit suddenly <br>
1 CONC and mama's ankle was sprained.&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; On the road there was a nice
little <br>
1 CONC clean bonnet.&nbsp; They picked it up and after washing it , I wore it often. <br>
1 CONC When Grandma had stayed a few months, she and mama took over the <br>
1 CONC operation of a hotel on Main Street in Granite for board and room.&nbsp; They <br>
1 CONC worked there&nbsp; 6 months and then mama sold her houses and according to the <br>
1 CONC advise of the Doctors family and probably grandma's too, she divorced <br>
1 CONC papa&nbsp; and had all our furniture loaded on a crate car and we boarded the <br>
1 CONC train for&nbsp;&nbsp; (Tucom Perrie),&nbsp; New Mexico where the doctors son in law
had <br>
1 CONC gone with his wife and baby. That was quite a neat town where people with <br>
1 CONC T.B. were being advised to go for treatment. By living in tents and <br>
1 CONC having the purest fresh air to breath. <br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Having arrived at Tucum Perrie, New Mexico we went immediately to Mrs. <br>
1 CONC Crumps boarding house where grandma and mama must have arranged to go. I <br>
1 CONC don know, they arranged to take over the operation of the boarding <br>
1 CONC house.&nbsp; About 6 regular men in rooms. Mrs. Crump still owns it.&nbsp; We just <br>
1 CONC rented it.&nbsp; I know because we were there only about 6 months. Mrs. Crump <br>
1 CONC was a grump. Nothing and nobody pleased her.&nbsp; She reclaimed the boarding <br>
1 CONC house and all of the boarders moved with us to another boarding house.&nbsp; <br>
1 CONC She was very mad about that.&nbsp; <br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT One of the boarders was&nbsp; Mr. ASA&nbsp; R.&nbsp; ROSE with his son RUSSELL
ROSE
&nbsp; age <br>
1 CONC 9.&nbsp; My first appointment with Mr. Russell was that Robert Crump had a <br>
1 CONC gentle old horse and both boys were climbing all over her.&nbsp; Russell had a <br>
1 CONC fingernail that had been smashed and was halfway off.&nbsp; He caught the nail <br>
1 CONC in the horse main and jerked it off.&nbsp; And that was painful.&nbsp; Mr. Rose and
<br>
1 CONC Russell were with us ever after that..&nbsp; <br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Mr. Rose was a widower and he and mama were married within a year.&nbsp; I <br>
1 CONC never knew when they were married.&nbsp; They didn't make any waves about it.
&nbsp; <br>
1 CONC&nbsp; The family was simply melted together. Years later I said that grandma <br>
1 CONC had asked me if they were married and I had said I didn't know.&nbsp; That <br>
1 CONC meant nothing to an 8 year old.&nbsp; Mother said I told you. <br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT&nbsp; We lived at the 2nd boarding house through one winter.&nbsp;&nbsp; Russell
and I <br>
1 CONC ran home from school for diner.&nbsp;&nbsp; How delicious it tasted.&nbsp; Often it
was <br>
1 CONC navy beans and ham shanks. And maybe afterwards grandmas special apple <br>
1 CONC pie. <br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Russell and I were sent to get the mail. People were lined up for nearly <br>
1 CONC a block to ask for mail at General delivery. Mr. Rose was a carpenter <br>
1 CONC contractor.&nbsp; Mama couldn't get used to the name ACE (ASA), so she <br>
1 CONC continued to speak of him as MR ROSE.&nbsp;&nbsp; That was not too unusual for <br>
1 CONC women&nbsp; did speak of their husband as MR. so and so.&nbsp;&nbsp; <br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT With the money from the sale of her&nbsp; two lots with houses in Granite she <br>
1 CONC bought six spare lots in Tucum Perrie.&nbsp; Mr. Rose built a one room shanty <br>
1 CONC on one of the lots.&nbsp; It was near the outer edge of town.&nbsp; I don't <br>
1 CONC remember moving but we lived there the 2nd Christmas.&nbsp;&nbsp; Five of us in one
<br>
1 CONC small room.&nbsp; Two full size beds and Russell had a bunk above Grandma and <br>
1 CONC me.&nbsp; With&nbsp; cook stove, table and chairs, there was scarcely room to <br>
1 CONC walk.&nbsp; <br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Russell and I were in the same grade at school. He and his dad had <br>
1 CONC traveled around so much that he was one year behind his age group.&nbsp; I <br>
1 CONC would have been in the 4th grade but mama asked me to stay in the 3rd <br>
1 CONC because I was only 8 years old and quite young for the 4th.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Mr. Rose wore ready made bow ties. The collar buttons were decorated with <br>
1 CONC gold, pearls or other fancies. Also most ever man had a watch bob hanging <br>
1 CONC outside his watch pocket which extended his pocket watch.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Mr. Rose talked to some people about where would be a good place to go. <br>
1 CONC He took the advise of some acquaintances and packed us up to go to <br>
1 CONC ARKANSAS.&nbsp; The 4 roses went on the train to Marshall, Arkansas where Mr. <br>
1 CONC Rose hoped to buy land reasonably priced.&nbsp; Gardens grew well and the <br>
1 CONC winters were not too cold.&nbsp; <br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Grandma had gone back to live with her son at Muskogee, Oklahoma.&nbsp; He <br>
1 CONC worked around oil mills or saw mills.&nbsp; She came to us when we were <br>
1 CONC settled in&nbsp; Arkansas.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Upon arrival at&nbsp; Marshall in Sercy County, Arkansas,&nbsp; The first thing to <br>
1 CONC do was rent a two room house located in Locust Grove near the depot.&nbsp; <br>
1 CONC They knew we were foreigners right away.&nbsp;&nbsp; Next they must find a place to
<br>
1 CONC stay permanently. They bought some heavy canvas and sewed it on the <br>
1 CONC machine making a tent.&nbsp;&nbsp; Mr. Rose rented some land on a big hill that <br>
1 CONC rose from the bottom of the hollow it ran down from the depot.&nbsp; He later <br>
1 CONC bought the hill.&nbsp; He was intrigued by the odd expression by the local <br>
1 CONC people.&nbsp; When asked how far is it to any certain place, the old timers <br>
1 CONC used to say Well, its a right smart hep.&nbsp;&nbsp; Again he annoyed the <br>
1 CONC townspeople by jokingly saying&nbsp; he had bought 10 acres of land which by <br>
1 CONC contour of the hill was actually 16. <br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT As a family we were getting along nicely. This was August 1909.&nbsp; Mr. Rose <br>
1 CONC became enraged .&nbsp; I don't know what it was sudden or what.&nbsp; The first I <br>
1 CONC knew of it , he poured kerosene on mamas&nbsp; black silk skirt and the sewing <br>
1 CONC machine&nbsp; and was scolding and swearing.&nbsp; Mama said she did not know what
<br>
1 CONC set him off on such a rampage.&nbsp; The outcome of that was Mama and I went <br>
1 CONC to the train to go to Muskogee to visit Grandma and uncle Elmer. <br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Both of our parents cooled down and Mama and I returned to Marshall in <br>
1 CONC time for Russell and me to start the 5th grade in a 2 story white square <br>
1 CONC frame building which accommodated all 8 grades.&nbsp; There was no high school <br>
1 CONC really.&nbsp; But the students needing high school training could study and <br>
1 CONC have instruction from the 8th grade teacher.&nbsp; There were 2 or 3 other <br>
1 CONC towns.&nbsp; Our teacher , Mr. Robertson , carried around a switch in his had
&nbsp; <br>
1 CONC all the time.&nbsp; He would give someone a lift with it every once in a <br>
1 CONC while. <br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT When we returned to Marshall, we lived in the tent and a one room shack <br>
1 CONC that winter. Our folks even gave a birthday party for me.&nbsp; On February <br>
1 CONC 11th and for Russell that same day, but his birthday March 25th..&nbsp; We <br>
1 CONC received gifts such as a handkerchief, and small dishes for me and <br>
1 CONC neckties and a book for Russell.&nbsp; We played outdoors. Stick candy and <br>
1 CONC lemonade were served. <br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT In 1910 at the west end of the hill Mr. Rose built a pink 4 room house. <br>
1 CONC He also built a white house near it to sell.&nbsp; A schoolmate of mine lived <br>
1 CONC there with her sister and brother -in -law.&nbsp; She was a friend, but not as <br>
1 CONC close as Juicy Wood (the doctors daughter) . <br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT The school held a speaking contest and offered a prize for the best <br>
1 CONC speaker.&nbsp; My friend Donna Hudson and I were the ones who tried out from <br>
1 CONC the 5th grade. Her piece was &quot;THE DEATH OF ARRON BURR&quot;. <br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT May 28, 1913 a baby boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Asa Russell Rose.&nbsp; What <br>
1 CONC a wonderful occasion.&nbsp; I was sent to Iva Gates place and Russell was sent <br>
1 CONC to walk 10 miles to a farm.&nbsp; I don't remember but he must of stayed <br>
1 CONC overnight.&nbsp; I asked him later if it was bad, such a long walk .&nbsp; He said <br>
1 CONC it wasn't.&nbsp; When the baby was cared for and mama was better&nbsp; and Dr. Wood
<br>
1 CONC had gone,&nbsp; I was sent for and returned home. The baby cried much that <br>
1 CONC night and grandma held and rocked him a long time.&nbsp; He cried&nbsp; with colic <br>
1 CONC for 3 months.&nbsp; His eyes were weak and he was nervous..waking at every <br>
1 CONC sound.&nbsp; What to name the baby.&nbsp; Daddy said that was up to his mother.
&nbsp; <br>
1 CONC She couldn't decide, didn't like the most ordinary names such as Edward <br>
1 CONC or Thomas or James.&nbsp; It was popular that year to use 2 names together, <br>
1 CONC such as John William, or Glen Charles.&nbsp; They finally decided on Morris <br>
1 CONC and I asked that it be Ben Morris.&nbsp; Grandma and Russell didn't like it <br>
1 CONC and they called the baby John Henry and Russell said &quot;Kenneth Johnny&quot;.
&nbsp; <br>
1 CONC So his name was Ben&nbsp; Morris&nbsp; Rose (Maurice) Rose.&nbsp; But nobody called
him <br>
1 CONC by his name or spoke of his as any name but &quot;baby&quot; .&nbsp; The birth was <br>
1 CONC registered with the state, but no birth certificate was sent to us. A <br>
1 CONC handsome handmade cradle of fine workmanship was loaned to us. It was <br>
1 CONC made of walnut wood. It was my job to keep the cradle rocking while baby <br>
1 CONC slept. Don't say he was spoiled, not so, we were glad to give him rest <br>
1 CONC from his crying.<br>
1 CONT Dad went to&nbsp; (&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; )&nbsp; Oklahoma and
found
carpenter work. He left mother <br>
1 CONC to do all the packing and preparing to leave.&nbsp; She cried at having to <br>
1 CONC leave her house and good friends , but dad never stayed longer than 4 <br>
1 CONC years in any place.&nbsp;&nbsp; And so in September 1913 we moved to Talaqua, <br>
1 CONC Oklahoma.&nbsp;&nbsp; Russell and I had finished 8the grade in Marshall. &nbsp;
Russell <br>
1 CONC did not attend School anymore.&nbsp; Signs of the times.&nbsp; Disconnected odds <br>
1 CONC and ends.&nbsp; <br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT There were no movies in Marshall in 1909 to 1913.&nbsp; There was no library <br>
1 CONC and no school library. I loved to read.&nbsp; Mrs. Bratten of the Hotel loaned <br>
1 CONC me the best loved books for girls. <br>
1 CONT&nbsp; <br>
1 CONT Grandma was always busy with embroidery or crochet work.&nbsp; She made <br>
1 CONC herself a handbag of black silkatine thread in Irish crochet.&nbsp; <br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Dad used the long razor blade that had to be sharpened on the strap. He <br>
1 CONC liked to smoke a pipe sometimes and he liked various types of pipes. He <br>
1 CONC also chewed tobacco but he was very careful with it. Not messy. He used <br>
1 CONC to say that he had enough nicotine in his system that a snake bite <br>
1 CONC wouldn't affect him. <br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT We went to&nbsp; Tele ??/&nbsp;&nbsp; in 1913.&nbsp; School had been in session for
some time <br>
1 CONC there.&nbsp; We moved into a 3 bedroom house about 3 blocks from the school.&nbsp; <br>
1 CONC Dad was working on a bank building.&nbsp; We spent the winter there. I went to <br>
1 CONC school immediately.&nbsp; As I stood near the line a girl with very blonde <br>
1 CONC hair mentioned for me to get in line ahead of her.&nbsp; She said her name was <br>
1 CONC Lillian Durham. She was in the 7th grade. I found that the Oklahoma <br>
1 CONC school was ahead of the Arkansas school so I put myself into the 7th <br>
1 CONC grade whereas I had been in the 8th grade in Marshall.&nbsp;&nbsp; When I told <br>
1 CONC mother about Lillian she asked me to ask Lillian if she had a sister <br>
1 CONC named Viola and a brother called Bunny.&nbsp; Sure enough they were the ones <br>
1 CONC mother had known in Muskogee.&nbsp; Walking with some school kids on my way to <br>
1 CONC school, I had been asked my name.&nbsp;&nbsp; Dad had said I should call myself
&nbsp; <br>
1 CONC HELEN ROSE so there would be no questions about the family. So the first <br>
1 CONC time I said my name I said Helen Kayler (Keller,&nbsp; Kaylor Kaylord) er&nbsp; I <br>
1 CONC mean Rose .&nbsp; After that it came easier.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Auntie Pearl, Mother's sister,&nbsp; who had married Papa's brother&nbsp; Will <br>
1 CONC Kaylor (Keller, Taylor ?? Kaylord)&nbsp; came to visit.&nbsp; She made me a lovely <br>
1 CONC collar.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT 7th grade teachers name was Miss Youngblood. She said she was not part <br>
1 CONC Indian as her name would suggest.&nbsp; Several pupils in that room were <br>
1 CONC Indian. Bruce Walking stick,&nbsp; Nevermore Hubbard, and Darkie Mantis.&nbsp; WE <br>
1 CONC stayed in that house only through the winter.&nbsp; Dad rented a farm 3 and a <br>
1 CONC half miles from town and we moved into an old log house.&nbsp; Two bedrooms <br>
1 CONC upstairs and two rooms downstairs with a big fireplace that dad liked.&nbsp; <br>
1 CONC He still had some carpenter work to do so he subleased the farm land to a <br>
1 CONC Negro to raise sugar cane.&nbsp; And Papa grew some cotton.&nbsp; We had a share of
<br>
1 CONC the molasses produced.&nbsp; It was interesting to watch the sugar cane ground <br>
1 CONC and the juice cooked in long shallow vat.&nbsp; The grinder was operated by a <br>
1 CONC mule going round and round .&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; This place was&nbsp; about a mile
from the <br>
1 CONC small Illinois River.&nbsp;&nbsp; Dad made a flat boat which I enjoyed rowing <br>
1 CONC slowing along while he fished.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Our water supply was down, down, down, in a deep ravine.&nbsp; We crossed a <br>
1 CONC stream of water&nbsp; to the stream flowing under a spring house where we kept <br>
1 CONC milk, feed and butter to cool. All water for houses had to be carried one <br>
1 CONC or two&nbsp; buckets at time. Some of these clean and milk containers were set <br>
1 CONC in the spring water. Some milk in shallow pans to let the cream rise for <br>
1 CONC churning were on the shelves. <br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Mrs. Daniels came to try on a dress mama was sewing for her.&nbsp;&nbsp; Very few <br>
1 CONC people came to visit us having to climb that steep hill.&nbsp; It is still <br>
1 CONC known as ROSE&nbsp; HILL. <br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT In this year of 1991,&nbsp; Evelyn, my daughter&nbsp; was chatting&nbsp; with her
little <br>
1 CONC grand daughter&nbsp; as Pamela jumped rope <br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT In 1911 and 1912 we lived in the pink house.&nbsp; Mr. Rose was building a <br>
1 CONC very nice , well planned,&nbsp; perfectly constructed&nbsp; two story rock house.
&nbsp;&nbsp; <br>
1 CONC He was a hard worker.&nbsp; He did the carpenter work himself, having a stone <br>
1 CONC mason to cut and place the stone.&nbsp;&nbsp; The stones were brown, sandstones, <br>
1 CONC dug and shaped at a site not more than 200 feet&nbsp; from the house.&nbsp; The <br>
1 CONC stone mason fitted them together in any shape they turned out. The walls <br>
1 CONC were smooth.&nbsp; He received probably one dollar a day.&nbsp; The house on Rose <br>
1 CONC Hill is still in good condition in this year of 1991.&nbsp;&nbsp; Mr. Rose and mama
<br>
1 CONC prepared the floor plan.&nbsp; It was to be their home for the rest of their <br>
1 CONC lives. There was a large kitchen with a big adjoining&nbsp; (&nbsp; ? ).&nbsp; A <br>
1 CONC spacious dining living room, three bedrooms downstairs and of course a <br>
1 CONC parlor.&nbsp;&nbsp; There was room upstairs for 4 bedrooms which he never <br>
1 CONC finished.&nbsp; The large L shape porch had a cement floor.&nbsp; Mr. Rose liked <br>
1 CONC roofs to be different, not just plain A shaped.&nbsp; This house had wide eves <br>
1 CONC with a gable on each side.&nbsp;&nbsp; There were plenty of windows of ordinary <br>
1 CONC size.&nbsp; No large one like the style of later years.&nbsp;&nbsp; We had a well
with a <br>
1 CONC pump near the back door.&nbsp;&nbsp; Soft clear water.&nbsp; The pump had to be
primed <br>
1 CONC every time we used it.&nbsp; So we had to be sure to keep a small amount of <br>
1 CONC water on hand to pour in the pump.&nbsp; Russell or I had to keep the <br>
1 CONC reservoir on the cook stove full and he had to chop wood and carry <br>
1 CONC armfuls to the wood box beside the stove.&nbsp; Mr. Rose believed women must <br>
1 CONC know how to do every&nbsp; thing necessary in and around the home.&nbsp; He made me
<br>
1 CONC learn to use one of the ends of a two end saw in cutting lengths of logs <br>
1 CONC for the wood stove.&nbsp; I didn't have to do much of it,&nbsp; just to know how.
&nbsp; <br>
1 CONC Also, I had to learn to use the buck saw for cutting smaller limbs.&nbsp; That <br>
1 CONC is like a poker saw or meat saw.&nbsp; Everyone in the home had to awaken and <br>
1 CONC rise early , dress and be ready to eat the breakfast with all the rest of <br>
1 CONC the family. We had a real meal for breakfast.&nbsp; Bacon, eggs, hash brown <br>
1 CONC potatoes, and also oatmeal and buttered toast with jam.&nbsp; <br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Also he thought we should all keep up with the news of the times and he <br>
1 CONC bought the Little Rock Newspaper to us sometimes.&nbsp; Two events during that <br>
1 CONC time were Haley's Comet in 1910&nbsp; and&nbsp; the sinking of The Titanic in 1912
&nbsp; <br>
1 CONC William Jennings Bryant spoke to the people from the back of his <br>
1 CONC passenger car at our depot.&nbsp;&nbsp; <br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Drucy and I played so much&nbsp; I didn't study very hard and made only about <br>
1 CONC C grades. My folks didn't fuss about grades, perhaps thinking I would <br>
1 CONC learn it later. I soon learned not to ask Mr... Rose for help with <br>
1 CONC Arithmetic. He wouldn't do it the way the book taught and the teacher <br>
1 CONC required.&nbsp; He had quick short cuts.&nbsp; We always got into a quarrel. He and
<br>
1 CONC mama and grandma had all of been to school only 3 years or so. They all <br>
1 CONC could spell well and read properly and calculate any figures that were <br>
1 CONC needed in every day life.&nbsp; <br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT I&nbsp; have neglected&nbsp; to say I attended the Methodist and School regularly.
&nbsp; <br>
1 CONC I had joined the Church in Tucum Perrie at the age of 8. Mama thought I <br>
1 CONC was too young to know what I was doing.&nbsp; I signed the pledge to never <br>
1 CONC smoke,&nbsp; or drink alcoholic beverages.&nbsp; To me that was a very solemn vow <br>
1 CONC and I have always kept it.&nbsp;&nbsp; To me a vow is to be kept.&nbsp; Regardless
what <br>
1 CONC happens, the same applies to marriage vows.&nbsp; I kept mine for 52 years <br>
1 CONC regardless of difficulties. <br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Mr. Rose and Russell operated a concession shop on summer.&nbsp;&nbsp; He sold
&nbsp; <br>
1 CONC candies, homemade ice cream, tobacco&nbsp; etc.&nbsp; Three flavors of ice cream <br>
1 CONC which we made at home.&nbsp; Vanilla, Chocolate and real strawberry from our <br>
1 CONC garden made in large ice cream freezers which had to be cranked by hand.&nbsp; <br>
1 CONC This little store was down town just off main street. He had to haul the <br>
1 CONC ice cream freezers there by horse and wagon.&nbsp; He and his stone mason <br>
1 CONC built a large stone building for a butcher shop on the same street as Dr. <br>
1 CONC Woods drug store on the corner.&nbsp;&nbsp; It was very close to the drug store.
&nbsp; <br>
1 CONC It was finished and operated for a time as a butcher shop. In four years <br>
1 CONC he built 4 buildings. <br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT&nbsp; Grandma had nine children.&nbsp; Four of them died in their 20's of typhoid.
&nbsp; <br>
1 CONC One son died of a mine accident.&nbsp; Grandma had participated in the <br>
1 CONC Oklahoma Land Rush of 1898&nbsp; with 2 son, claimed a homestead but someone <br>
1 CONC else took it.&nbsp; In 1912 she went to Elno, Nodaway county, Missouri to <br>
1 CONC visit her two brothers&nbsp; Franklin and Jim Bailey and their children&nbsp; two <br>
1 CONC of who were Dick and Iva Bailey.&nbsp;&nbsp; <br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Grandma was 16 and a married woman during part of the Civil War.&nbsp; She <br>
1 CONC brought home a newspaper in which a friend of the family in&nbsp; 1912 read <br>
1 CONC about Jim Bailey&nbsp; helping to hide Negroes who were attempting to reach <br>
1 CONC the north where they could be free.&nbsp; Grandma was greatly bothered by <br>
1 CONC Asthma and emphysema.&nbsp; Her face was often puffy because she was always <br>
1 CONC rubbing her face on her right sleeve when her hands were busy with making <br>
1 CONC bread or washing dishes.&nbsp; She couldn't fix vegetables because of her <br>
1 CONC ailments.&nbsp; She set the incubator with 100&nbsp; eggs when she returned from <br>
1 CONC Missouri and raised almost 100 little chicks.&nbsp; Didn't seem to affect her <br>
1 CONC ailments.&nbsp; <br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT&nbsp; Fayetteville is about 75 miles from Marshall. Russell ran away from <br>
1 CONC home, rode on the train and found his friends. They were surprised and <br>
1 CONC not too well pleased to see him .&nbsp; They said he couldn't stay there more <br>
1 CONC than just that days visit.&nbsp; Russell's dad didn't worry about him being <br>
1 CONC gone.&nbsp; He said &quot;He&nbsp; will come back soon.&quot;&nbsp;&nbsp; Russell
had about&nbsp; three <br>
1 CONC dollars left when he walked down an alley in Fayetteville.&nbsp; Three boys <br>
1 CONC surrounded him took away his money.&nbsp; It took the rest of the week for him <br>
1 CONC to walk home getting an occasional ride in a wagon.&nbsp; His&nbsp; shoes were <br>
1 CONC completely worn out.&nbsp; <br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT We had a telephone on the wall with a little crank on its right side.&nbsp; <br>
1 CONC You put the receiver to your ear and turned the little crank to get the <br>
1 CONC operator. I think you just told her whom you wanted to talk to&nbsp; and she <br>
1 CONC would plug in the connection.&nbsp; That was installed when we had the <br>
1 CONC confections store<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Russell went to work for a widow farm lady near the small town of <br>
1 CONC Parkville.&nbsp; After he had been there about three months&nbsp; Dad made me go on
<br>
1 CONC the train about 25 miles and walk out to that farm and ask&nbsp; Russell for <br>
1 CONC ten dollars.&nbsp; I did not want to ask him for money.&nbsp; But we had to do what
<br>
1 CONC dad said.&nbsp; Russell gave me the 10 dollars to give to dad. He must have <br>
1 CONC really needed it. <br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT I walked 3 and a half miles to and from school.&nbsp; I didn't mind the walk.
&nbsp; <br>
1 CONC I memorized several long poems as I walked.&nbsp; There were no school busses, <br>
1 CONC neither horse drawn or motorized.&nbsp; Once a man gave me a ride in a model T <br>
1 CONC Ford.&nbsp; My first Auto ride.&nbsp; That was in the days when one could accept a <br>
1 CONC ride or pick up a hitchhiker without fear.&nbsp; 1914<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Our third winter was in town.&nbsp; Dad bought a big old log house on one <br>
1 CONC lot.&nbsp; It had a big fireplace too. He liked to put in a big log at night <br>
1 CONC so there would be coals to start in the morning.&nbsp; He cut a hole in the <br>
1 CONC ceiling to let the heat warm my bedroom upstairs.&nbsp; They had a bedroom <br>
1 CONC downstairs. He couldn't have paid much. Probably only a few monthly <br>
1 CONC payments for we stayed there only a few months.&nbsp; I was in the 8th grade, <br>
1 CONC finished that term at&nbsp; Waggoner.&nbsp; That house was near Salt Creek<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT There was never any music in our family. We were not musically inclined. <br>
1 CONC I attended the Methodist church at Waggoner.&nbsp; Mother had no friends in <br>
1 CONC (Talinqua)&nbsp; except Lillian's mother.&nbsp; Grandma was not with us that <br>
1 CONC winter.&nbsp; She was with uncle Albert at Muskogee.&nbsp; <br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT The Rose Family minus Russell moved by team and wagon&nbsp; to Waggoner.&nbsp; Dad
<br>
1 CONC had taken the surrounding area as salesmen ... Singer Sewing Machine <br>
1 CONC Company.&nbsp; So he applied a button and went out every day trying to sell <br>
1 CONC machines.&nbsp; He sold very few.&nbsp; I came home for lunch one day and they had <br>
1 CONC left me only cold&nbsp; tomatoes.&nbsp; The sewing machines could be purchased on <br>
1 CONC time for $6.00 a month. I don't know why 1915 was such a hard time. <br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT As we passed a farm Dad said he wished he had $400.&nbsp; He could buy that 40 <br>
1 CONC acres for $10 an acre.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Now we go again.&nbsp; A covered wagon, just like in pioneers days, was <br>
1 CONC prepared and all our belongings which we could not do without were packed <br>
1 CONC in it.&nbsp; We went to Kansas.&nbsp; From Waggoner to Kansas&nbsp; line&nbsp; and
completely <br>
1 CONC across the state of&nbsp; Kansas&nbsp; to Minneapolis, Kansas.&nbsp; I don't know
why <br>
1 CONC Day went a way up there. He didn't find any kind of work&nbsp; but railroad <br>
1 CONC track work at&nbsp; $3.00 a day.&nbsp;&nbsp; It was very hard work.&nbsp; Dad was
sick on our <br>
1 CONC trip to Kansas. He had chills and fever of Malaria which was common&nbsp; in&nbsp; <br>
1 CONC those days. We gave him the customary treatment of quinine in capsules.
&nbsp;&nbsp; <br>
1 CONC Every family kept them on hand for&nbsp; Malaria .&nbsp;&nbsp; We bought the
quinine <br>
1 CONC powder and the capsule separately and filled them ourselves.&nbsp;&nbsp; In a <br>
1 CONC couple of days the fever left&nbsp; and he was able to travel again. &nbsp;&nbsp;
This <br>
1 CONC was customary of&nbsp; Malaria.&nbsp;&nbsp; Sometimes people would have chills and
fever <br>
1 CONC&nbsp; every other day.&nbsp;&nbsp; I would be sent to a farm house to ask for a
bucket <br>
1 CONC of water or to buy some milk.&nbsp; Mother kept us dressed in clean clothes. <br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT We arrived at&nbsp; Minneapolis, Kansas at the time of Peach harvest.&nbsp; Dad <br>
1 CONC helped a farmer with harvest work and he let us camp in a small building <br>
1 CONC for a few weeks&nbsp; After the peach harvest&nbsp; we moved into a big old framed <br>
1 CONC house in town. It had an up stairs and a big old unfinished basement.&nbsp; It <br>
1 CONC smelled of mildew.&nbsp; I had a bedroom upstairs and my folks were down <br>
1 CONC stairs. <br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Soon after Christmas there was a very stormy night.&nbsp; Grandma was <br>
1 CONC worried.&nbsp; She had been in cyclones.&nbsp; Dad didn't seem to be afraid. There <br>
1 CONC was not place we could go to be any safer. The cyclone did not strike our <br>
1 CONC town.&nbsp; It did destroy half of the town of&nbsp; Great Bends Kansas near the <br>
1 CONC southern border. Dad being a carpenter and needing better paying work , <br>
1 CONC went to Great Bend.&nbsp; He re-built a nice little two bedroom house and <br>
1 CONC rented it. Again, mother and grandma had to load all our belongings on a <br>
1 CONC train and go to Great Bends. Our new neighbors all had tales to tell <br>
1 CONC about great storm. <br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Dad rode to and from work with a man on a motorcycle until they had a <br>
1 CONC wreck.&nbsp; I don't know how the driver turned out, but dad had a very badly <br>
1 CONC injured ankle.&nbsp; I had my 16th birthday that February and Morris was 3 in <br>
1 CONC May. I think we had electric lights that hung on a cord.&nbsp; <br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Dad bought an old 4 cylinder Buick.&nbsp;&nbsp; It had 2 seats upholstered in real <br>
1 CONC leather.&nbsp; The crank set on the right side.&nbsp; He built a trailer which had <br>
1 CONC buggy wheels.&nbsp;&nbsp; His plan was to go to Checklas,&nbsp;&nbsp; Washington by
<br>
1 CONC traveling, camping out, stopping a few days and earning money to go <br>
1 CONC further.&nbsp;&nbsp; Mother was&nbsp;&nbsp; 3 months&nbsp;&nbsp; pregnant. Grandma
couldn't go with us. <br>
1 CONC So she went back to&nbsp; Muskogee.&nbsp; Dad traded the sewing machine and a big <br>
1 CONC box and many treasures.&nbsp; Also we left the trunk. These 3 big things were <br>
1 CONC left with a neighbor&nbsp; with a plan that we would send for them when we <br>
1 CONC reached Chehela.<br>
1 CONT<br>
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0 @I0097@ INDI<br>
1 NAME George Lee /Bringus/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 9 Nov 1922<br>
2 PLAC St. Joseph, Mo<br>
2 SOUR Lois Rose-Bringus<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE 9 Feb 1987<br>
2 PLAC Kansas City, Mo<br>
2 SOUR Lois Rose-Bringus<br>
2 CAUS died of cancer<br>
1 STAT worked on the Railroad<br>
1 FAMS @F019@<br>
1 NOTE @NI0097@<br>
0 @NI0097@ NOTE<br>
1 CONC George is half Mexican and when he married into the Rose family... it was <br>
1 CONC not sure if it was acceptable or if it would be a lasting relationship.&nbsp; <br>
1 CONC George and Lois were very happily married&nbsp; 44 years until Georges death.
&nbsp; <br>
1 CONC They loved to Dance. They adopted their first son Jack Bringus because <br>
1 CONC they thought they were unable to have children. After adopting Jack they <br>
1 CONC were able to have children of their own and had Susan, Debby, Gary &amp; <br>
1 CONC Cindy.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT George was a big heavy set man and always fun to be around.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Lois &amp; George eloped and were married by the Justice of the Peace in <br>
1 CONC Atchison, Kansas. They later got married in the Church of Catholic <br>
1 CONC religion.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT George worked on the Railroad. <br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT He died after a long illness with Cancer in a Kansas City Hospital.<br>
0 @I0098@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Susan Marie /Bringus/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 8 Aug 1950<br>
2 PLAC St. Joseph, Mo<br>
2 SOUR Susan Bringus-Rivera<br>
1 ADDR<br>
2 CONT 3611 N Cypress<br>
2 CONT Kansas City<br>
2 CONT Mo<br>
2 CONT 64119<br>
2 CONT USA<br>
1 FAMS @F028@<br>
1 FAMS @F020@<br>
1 FAMC @F019@<br>
0 @I0099@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Jack Michael /Bringus/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 ALIA Earl LeRoy /Fattig/<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 24 Jun 1943<br>
2 SOUR Susan Bringus-Rivera<br>
1 STAT adopted (Earl LeRoy Fattig)-<br>
1 SUBM changed name from Earl LeRoy Fattig to Jack Michael Bringus<br>
1 ADDR<br>
2 CONT 2211 NE 73 Terr<br>
2 CONT Gladstone<br>
2 CONT Mo<br>
2 CONT 64118<br>
2 CONT USA<br>
1 FAMS @F021@<br>
1 FAMC @F019@<br>
1 NOTE @NI0099@<br>
0 @NI0099@ NOTE<br>
1 CONC Jack was adopted when he was 5 years old. His full name before he was <br>
1 CONC adopted was Earl LeRoy Fattig.&nbsp; He was adopted in March of 1948.<br>
0 @I0100@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Debra Joann /Bringus/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 27 Jul 1953<br>
2 PLAC St. Joseph, Missouri<br>
2 SOUR Susan Bringus-Rivera and Lois Rose-Bringus<br>
1 ADDR<br>
2 CONT 4940 N Ewing<br>
2 CONT Kansas City<br>
2 CONT Mo<br>
2 CONT 64119<br>
2 CONT<br>
1 FAMS @F032@<br>
1 FAMC @F019@<br>
0 @I0101@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Anthony /Rivera/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 19 Dec 1946<br>
2 PLAC Kansas City, Mo<br>
2 SOUR Lois Rose-Bringus<br>
1 FAMS @F020@<br>
0 @I0102@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Antoinette /Rivera/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 24 May 1970<br>
2 SOUR Lois Rose-Bringus<br>
1 FAMC @F020@<br>
0 @I0103@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Carolyn /Womack/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 24 Jul 1945<br>
2 PLAC Kansas City, Mo<br>
2 SOUR Lois Rose-Bringus<br>
1 FAMS @F021@<br>
0 @I0104@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Gary David /Bringus/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 6 Aug 1955<br>
2 PLAC St. Joseph, Missouri<br>
2 SOUR Susan Bringus-Rivera<br>
1 STAT carpenter , builds home<br>
1 ADDR<br>
2 CONT<br>
2 CONT<br>
2 CONT<br>
2 CONT<br>
2 CONT<br>
1 FAMS @F037@<br>
1 FAMS @F039@<br>
1 FAMS @F038@<br>
1 FAMC @F019@<br>
0 @I0107@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Claude /Rose/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE UNKNOWN<br>
1 STAT of Buhl, Idaho<br>
1 FAMC @F025@<br>
0 @I0118@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Claude /Read/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE UNKNOWN<br>
2 PLAC unknown<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE UNKNOWN<br>
2 PLAC unknown<br>
1 FAMS @F023@<br>
1 NOTE @NI0118@<br>
0 @NI0118@ NOTE<br>
1 CONC Of Buhl, Idaho.<br>
0 @I0119@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Jeffrey Nathaniel /Weese/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 26 Aug 1983<br>
2 PLAC Quincy, Illinois<br>
2 SOUR Sharon Kay Walker-Weese<br>
1 FAMC @F008@<br>
0 @I0120@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Roger /Shoup/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE ABT. 1948<br>
2 PLAC Dayton, Ohio<br>
1 FAMS @F022@<br>
0 @I0127@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Lillian Juanita /Rose/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 30 Jul 1921<br>
2 PLAC Worthington, Minn.<br>
2 SOUR Lillian Juanita Walker<br>
1 STAT worked in factory ... Noma Lights<br>
1 SUBM worked in facotry ... Mead<br>
1 SUBM worked in facotry ... Mead rode motorcycles.. belonged to Pony Express<br>
1 SURN motorcycle club member of AMA 10+ years<br>
1 TEMP ss# 500-09-6922<br>
1 ADDR<br>
2 CONT 1501 Village Drive #510<br>
2 CONT St Joseph<br>
2 CONT Mo<br>
2 CONT 64506<br>
2 CONT USA<br>
1 FAMS @F002@<br>
1 FAMC @F004@<br>
1 NOTE @NI0127@<br>
0 @NI0127@ NOTE<br>
1 CONC<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Lillian or Juanita as she prefers to be called traveled a lot as a child <br>
1 CONC with her sisters and brother.&nbsp; Juanita's father was a carpenter and <br>
1 CONC traveled a lot to wherever he could get work.&nbsp; Juanita changed schools a <br>
1 CONC lot until they settled in St. Joseph MO... ... where she met Jimmy Walker <br>
1 CONC and married him after she graduated from Benton High School.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT She had a brother named Russ, who she was very close to and died in a <br>
1 CONC train mishap.&nbsp; Russ was hopping a train to go to another city and caught <br>
1 CONC his suspender on the&nbsp; side of the train.&nbsp; He fell off and the train ran <br>
1 CONC over one arm and leg cutting them off.&nbsp; He died of gangrene. He was a <br>
1 CONC very young man probably in his late teens or early 20's.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Juanita and her other sisters were all close and known as the 4 Roses.... <br>
1 CONC as that was their last name.&nbsp; <br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Juanita's mother (Katie Rose) divorced Russell Telford Rose.&nbsp; ... But <br>
1 CONC never stopped loving him.&nbsp; Neither remarried.&nbsp; They just had <br>
1 CONC disagreements because Russell Rose like to gamble.&nbsp; <br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Growing up they were very poor.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Katie Rose went to work at Terminal Warehouse slicing bacon.&nbsp; She had a <br>
1 CONC double tenement.&nbsp; A fellow named Earl used to help grandma all the time <br>
1 CONC with things that needed to be fixed.&nbsp; Gloria Jean Walker lived next to <br>
1 CONC Katie Rose when she died in 1967.&nbsp; She had sugar diabetes. Gloria gave <br>
1 CONC her insulin shots.&nbsp; Katie Rose loved to baby sit Gloria's son Chad Allen <br>
1 CONC Murphy, (3-15-1966 to 1-17-1989)<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Juanita worked at Noma Lights, and West Tab and Mead Corporation. She did <br>
1 CONC factory work most of her life. After Jim died she moved around St. Joseph <br>
1 CONC for a while until she settled back again in an apartment complex with <br>
1 CONC people her age.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT She likes to play cards and visit, go out to eat and gamble (just a <br>
1 CONC little).<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Mom (Juanita Walker)&nbsp; used to ride motorcycles in the &quot;Pony Express <br>
1 CONC Motorcycle Club&quot; in St. Joseph, Mo.&nbsp; with Dad and my aunt Fanny and uncle
<br>
1 CONC Kenny England.&nbsp; They rode all over the country sometimes.&nbsp; They rode <br>
1 CONC their motorcycles to Yellow Stone National Park from St. Joseph. Mo.&nbsp; <br>
1 CONC Camped out and everything.&nbsp; Mom had an Indian motorcycle and a Honda <br>
1 CONC motorcycle that I remember.&nbsp; My (Gloria) first motorcycle was a 165 <br>
1 CONC Harley Davidson.&nbsp; My sister Sharon didn't care much for motorcycles.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Mom liked to have a flower garden.&nbsp; She collected rocks from all over and <br>
1 CONC made a circle with the rocks and had a beautiful flower bed every year. <br>
1 CONC She had a piece of petrified rock.&nbsp; It was really 'cool'.&nbsp;&nbsp; She also
had <br>
1 CONC a small wishing well with a red top on it.<br>
1 CONT<br>
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1 CONT<br>
0 @I0166@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Steven Wayne /England/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 6 Sep 1980<br>
1 FAMC @F045@<br>
0 @I0174@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Joshua Randall /Beck/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 9 Sep 1986<br>
2 SOUR Sharon Kay Walker-Weese<br>
1 STAT twin with Jeremy Russell Beck<br>
1 FAMC @F007@<br>
0 @I0180@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Ida /Houchin/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 18 Jul 1872<br>
2 PLAC Urbana, LU2<br>
2 SOUR Asas Russell Rose.&nbsp;&nbsp; (Gloria Jean Walker 3000 Kirby Rd. Grain Valley, Mo
64029&nbsp; has copy of letter written to Russell Rose from Asa Rose stating information,)<br>
1 FAMS @F014@<br>
0 @I0223@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Nicholas Alexander /Fittinghoff/, Jr<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 12 Dec 1934<br>
2 PLAC Baguio, Phillippine Islands<br>
2 SOUR @S15331@<br>
1 FAMS @F026@<br>
1 NOTE @NI0223@<br>
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1 CONC A note written to Gloria Walker from Gregory Fittinghoff on American <br>
1 CONC Online from pennman@@nauticom.net (Gregory Fittinghoff) dated 9-17-1997<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Nicholas Alexander Fittinghoff Jr. is my brother.&nbsp; He was born December <br>
1 CONC 12, 1934 in Baguilo, Philippine Islands.&nbsp; Our father Nicholas <br>
1 CONC Alexandrovich Baron&nbsp; v. Vietinghoff was born November 25, 1904 in <br>
1 CONC Kachkanar, Ural Mountains, Russia.&nbsp; He died May 22, 1975 in Larkspur, <br>
1 CONC California.&nbsp; His father Alexander Konrdovich Baron v. Vietinghoff was <br>
1 CONC born July 31, 1871 in Odessa, Russia and died in December of 1920 in <br>
1 CONC Peking, China.<br>
1 CONT&nbsp; <br>
1 CONT I publish a family newsletter called the &quot;Vietinghoff Voice&quot; it is <br>
1 CONC distributed to five continents.&nbsp; Nick and Sandy are recipients.&nbsp; In it I <br>
1 CONC try to keep&nbsp; alive the history of the family.&nbsp; I have asked Cathy several
<br>
1 CONC times to do it.&nbsp; I am glad to find a distant relative who is also <br>
1 CONC interested in Genealogy<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Best Regards<br>
1 CONT Gregory Fittinghoff<br>
1 CONT aka&nbsp; pennman@@nauticom.net<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT 9-23-1997<br>
1 CONT To Gloria&nbsp; from Gregory<br>
1 CONT I'm glad you unraveled the file.&nbsp; I can go back another 15 or so <br>
1 CONC generations.&nbsp; I use the Family Tree Maker to store all my information.&nbsp; <br>
1 CONC That is how I found you. I queried their information service for <br>
1 CONC Fittinghoff and up popped you file.&nbsp; I figured it must be Nick because <br>
1 CONC you also listed Riley as a name in your Genealogical Tree.&nbsp; So I thought <br>
1 CONC I would investigate.&nbsp; I have not yet upgraded to the 4.0 but plan to do <br>
1 CONC so before Christmas.<br>
1 CONT I<br>
1 CONT If I can provide any Further information please don't hesitate to ask.&nbsp; <br>
1 CONC All of the information has been checked three ways.&nbsp; First the Family <br>
1 CONC Kronick Aus Dem Spruen des Fouches, or On the Spoor of the Fox.&nbsp; The <br>
1 CONC Vietinghoff family crest has a fox on the top running to the left looking <br>
1 CONC back over his left shoulder...hence the Spoor of the Fox!&nbsp; It is all <br>
1 CONC corroborated in the Almanac de Gotha... The German book of nobility.&nbsp; <br>
1 CONC Three is private research that the family has paid for to find <br>
1 CONC information on those lost in various wars.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT There is a very active family association in Europe headed by my cousin <br>
1 CONC Konrad-Udo Baron V. Vietinghoff-Scheel.&nbsp; He is also a family historian <br>
1 CONC and Genealogist.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Nick and I also trace back to Rurik, Prince of Novgorod in 862.&nbsp; And to <br>
1 CONC King Casimir II of Poland our 25th Great-grandfather and Maria Princess <br>
1 CONC of Poland our 24th Great-Grandmother in 1165.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT We are also related to Prince Dmitri Petrovich Maksutov, the last Russian <br>
1 CONC Governor of Russian Alaska.&nbsp; He was our Great Grandfather and his <br>
1 CONC daughter Maria Petrovna Maksutov was our Grandmother and wife of <br>
1 CONC Alexander Konradovich Baron V. Vietinghoff.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT If the above peeks your interest, I have lots more.<br>
1 CONT Sincerely <br>
1 CONT Gregory Fittinghoff (pennman@@nauticom.net)<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT *********Another e-mail item:<br>
1 CONT Daniel Alexander Baron v. Vietinghoff<br>
1 CONT He has to change the original form of the family name &quot;Baron von <br>
1 CONC Vietinghoff&quot; into the American form &quot;Fittinghoff&quot;<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT While living in China during the 2nd World War Dan had an affair with <br>
1 CONC Galia Sopelkin.&nbsp; She became pregnant and had a child &quot;Veronica&quot;.
&nbsp; During <br>
1 CONC the early 50's both Dan and his family and Galia moved to the U.S.&nbsp; Dan <br>
1 CONC adopted the child as his and gave her the last name of Fittinghoff.&nbsp; <br>
1 CONC Veronica was born sometime between 1942 and 1945 which would make her in <br>
1 CONC 1997 52 to 55 years old.&nbsp; I learned form my cousin Barbara Rozoff <br>
1 CONC (Daughter of Ira) that Veronica had married and bore 2 children.&nbsp; They <br>
1 CONC supposedly live in California.<br>
0 @I0224@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Catherine Marie /Fittinghoff/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 TITL Dr.<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 7 Oct 1960<br>
2 PLAC Peoria, Illinois<br>
2 SOUR Pauline Riley<br>
1 FAMS @F049@<br>
1 FAMC @F026@<br>
1 NOTE @NI0224@<br>
0 @NI0224@ NOTE<br>
1 CONC Cathy and Ken are &quot;Dr. Lohmann&quot; - they have doctorates (PhD.s) in Zoology
<br>
1 CONC (NO not as most people say ZOO-ology.)&nbsp; it is pronounced Zoe-ology.&nbsp; They
<br>
1 CONC are both with the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, N.C.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Cathy is, of course, also a Professor-first taught at Duke University but <br>
1 CONC the University of North Carolina &quot;stole&quot; her away with a much better <br>
1 CONC offer plus she and Ken now are at the same place.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT They have separate jobs, each has a separate scientific project going on <br>
1 CONC but are most well known for their joint scientific projects.&nbsp; They also <br>
1 CONC volunteer six to eight weeks in Florida at F.A.U. (bringing with them <br>
1 CONC both under-grads and graduate students) with their on-going sea turtle <br>
1 CONC research.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT They both lecture world-wide (lost of time in England for both) and <br>
1 CONC California.<br>
1 CONT They are both becoming world famous in the scientific world.<br>
0 @I0225@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Stephen Nicholas /Fittinghoff/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 28 Mar 1963<br>
2 PLAC Peoria, Illinois<br>
2 SOUR Pauline Riley<br>
1 FAMS @F048@<br>
1 FAMC @F026@<br>
1 NOTE @NI0225@<br>
0 @NI0225@ NOTE<br>
1 CONC Steve has a degree in Fish and Wildlife Biology but he had to give it up <br>
1 CONC when Leandra was born.&nbsp; He could not pursue that&nbsp; while being married to <br>
1 CONC an M.D.<br>
1 CONT He was a college student counselor for&nbsp; a while and also taught High <br>
1 CONC School Biology. When children started arriving had to give that up also. <br>
1 CONC He does some counseling work from his home, has a big garden and does a <br>
1 CONC good job of being both Mom &amp; Dad while Leslie works.&nbsp; They built a <br>
1 CONC beautiful home in San Ramon - which is closer to her practice &amp; the <br>
1 CONC hospitals.<br>
0 @I0256@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Cheryl Ann /Riley/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 17 Jul 1950<br>
2 PLAC Ft.&nbsp; Knox, Kentucky<br>
2 SOUR Pauline Riley<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE 18 Jul 1950<br>
2 PLAC Ft.&nbsp; Knox, Kentucky<br>
1 STAT Buried at Ft. Knox cemetery, Baby section<br>
1 SUBM lived 28 hours<br>
1 FAMC @F013@<br>
0 @I0271@ INDI<br>
1 NAME David Neal /Fittinghoff/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 TITL Dr.<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 28 Mar 1963<br>
2 SOUR @S15331@<br>
3 NOTE Pauline Riley<br>
1 STAT born&nbsp; 15 minutes after Steve<br>
1 FAMS @F050@<br>
1 FAMC @F026@<br>
1 NOTE @NI0271@<br>
0 @NI0271@ NOTE<br>
1 CONC David is Dr. David Fittinghoff whom we all stand in awe of his <br>
1 CONC accomplishments.&nbsp; He has his doctorate (PhD.) in Physics and is a Laser <br>
1 CONC Specialist but works mostly with VERY LARGE lasers as well as the smaller <br>
1 CONC ones.&nbsp;&nbsp; His wife Lisa has her degree in Rhetoric and is a published <br>
1 CONC author-about ready to have another book published.<br>
0 @I0335@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Leslie Anne /Selna/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE UNKNOWN<br>
1 FAMS @F048@<br>
1 NOTE @NI0335@<br>
0 @NI0335@ NOTE<br>
1 CONC Leslie is a Pediatrician with her own practice and on staff at four <br>
1 CONC hospitals while still a wife and mother of three.<br>
0 @I0585@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Rebecca /England/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 23 Jan<br>
1 FAMS @F045@<br>
0 @I0614@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Cynthia LaVaun /Bringus/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 12 Feb 1958<br>
2 PLAC St. Joseph, Missouri<br>
2 SOUR Susan Bringus-Rivera<br>
1 FAMS @F035@<br>
1 FAMS @F036@<br>
1 FAMC @F019@<br>
0 @I0615@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Anthony /Rodriquez/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE ABT. 10 Jun 1947<br>
1 FAMS @F028@<br>
0 @I0616@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Michael Anthony /Rodriquez/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 9 Feb 1971<br>
2 PLAC Kansas City, Mo<br>
1 FAMS @F034@<br>
1 FAMC @F028@<br>
0 @I0617@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Joseph /Rodriquez/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 20 Apr 1973<br>
2 PLAC Kansas City, Mo<br>
1 FAMC @F028@<br>
0 @I0619@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Greg Michael /Bringus/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 15 Nov 1964<br>
2 SOUR Lois Rose-Bringus<br>
1 FAMS @F030@<br>
1 FAMS @F031@<br>
1 FAMC @F021@<br>
0 @I0620@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Kathleen Sue /Bringus/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 13 Oct 1966<br>
2 SOUR Lois Rose-Bringus<br>
1 FAMS @F029@<br>
1 FAMC @F021@<br>
0 @I0621@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Kevin /Burns/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE UNKNOWN<br>
1 FAMS @F029@<br>
0 @I0622@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Brandy /Burns/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE UNKNOWN<br>
1 FAMC @F029@<br>
0 @I0623@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Sherry /Bringus/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE UNKNOWN<br>
1 FAMS @F030@<br>
0 @I0624@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Robbie /Bringus/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE UNKNOWN<br>
1 FAMC @F030@<br>
0 @I0625@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Michael /Bringus/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE UNKNOWN<br>
1 FAMC @F030@<br>
0 @I0626@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Christina /Bringus/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE UNKNOWN<br>
1 FAMS @F031@<br>
0 @I0627@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Boy /Bringus/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 1997<br>
1 FAMC @F031@<br>
0 @I0628@ INDI<br>
1 NAME David Scott /Bringus/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 10 Oct 1967<br>
2 SOUR Lois Rose-Bringus<br>
1 FAMC @F021@<br>
0 @I0629@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Michael /Smith/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE UNKNOWN<br>
1 FAMS @F032@<br>
0 @I0630@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Chris Lee /Bringus/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 30 Dec 1972<br>
2 PLAC Kansas City, Mo<br>
1 FAMS @F033@<br>
1 FAMC @F032@<br>
0 @I0631@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Julie /DeShon/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE UNKNOWN<br>
1 FAMS @F033@<br>
0 @I0632@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Mason /Bringus/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 1 Nov 1996<br>
1 FAMC @F033@<br>
0 @I0633@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Jason Matthew /Bringus/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 8 Jan 1975<br>
1 FAMC @F032@<br>
0 @I0634@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Melonie Rae /Smith/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 27 May 1980<br>
1 FAMC @F032@<br>
0 @I0635@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Jennifer /Shoemaker/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE UNKNOWN<br>
1 FAMS @F034@<br>
0 @I0636@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Tyler /Shoemaker/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 1994<br>
1 FAMC @F034@<br>
0 @I0637@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Gary /Davis/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE UNKNOWN<br>
1 FAMS @F035@<br>
0 @I0638@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Catherine Rose /Davis/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE Jul 1983<br>
2 PLAC Kansas City, Mo<br>
2 SOUR Lois Rose-Bringus<br>
1 FAMC @F035@<br>
0 @I0639@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Heather Ann /Davis/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 2 Nov 1985<br>
2 PLAC Kansas City, Mo<br>
2 SOUR Lois Rose-Bringus<br>
1 FAMC @F035@<br>
0 @I0640@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Allen /Berry/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE UNKNOWN<br>
1 FAMS @F036@<br>
0 @I0641@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Rebecca /Berry/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 24 Nov 1987<br>
2 PLAC Chillicothe, Mo<br>
2 SOUR Lois Rose-Bringus<br>
1 FAMC @F036@<br>
0 @I0642@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Kathlynn Patrice /Brennan/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE UNKNOWN<br>
1 FAMS @F037@<br>
0 @I0643@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Jessica Ann /Bringus/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 9 Mar 1976<br>
2 SOUR Lois Rose-Bringus<br>
1 FAMS @F088@<br>
1 FAMC @F037@<br>
0 @I0644@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Mary Loraine /Louk/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE UNKNOWN<br>
1 FAMS @F038@<br>
0 @I0645@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Cory Lee /Bringus/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 12 Nov 1984<br>
1 FAMC @F038@<br>
0 @I0646@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Brenda /Arrello/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE UNKNOWN<br>
1 STAT married the first time<br>
1 SUBM remarried<br>
1 SUBM remarried no children<br>
1 SURN divorced<br>
1 FAMS @F039@<br>
0 @I0652@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Kimberly /Jo/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE UNKNOWN<br>
1 FAMS @F040@<br>
0 @I0653@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Andrew David /Weese/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 30 Sep 1982<br>
2 PLAC Quincy, Illinois<br>
2 SOUR Sharon Kay Walker-Weese<br>
1 FAMC @F008@<br>
0 @I0654@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Jeremy Russell /Beck/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 9 Sep 1986<br>
2 SOUR Sharon Kay Walker-Weese<br>
1 STAT twin with Joshua Randall Beck<br>
1 FAMC @F007@<br>
0 @I0655@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Jessica Lynn /Beck/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 29 Dec 1991<br>
2 SOUR Sharon Kay Walker-Weese<br>
1 FAMC @F007@<br>
0 @I0656@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Lynette /Watt/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 26 Aug 1965<br>
2 PLAC Adams County, Illinois<br>
2 SOUR Sharon Kay Walker-Weese<br>
1 FAMS @F044@<br>
1 FAMS @F041@<br>
0 @I0657@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Ian /Cloutier/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 10 Feb 1988<br>
2 PLAC Spain<br>
2 SOUR Sharon Kay Walker-Weese<br>
1 FAMC @F044@<br>
1 FAMC @F041@<br>
0 @I0658@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Ashley /Cloutier/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 11 Aug 1989<br>
2 PLAC Spain<br>
2 SOUR Sharon Kay Walker-Weese<br>
1 FAMC @F044@<br>
1 FAMC @F041@<br>
0 @I0659@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Josie /Weese/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 9 Feb 1991<br>
2 PLAC Quincy, Illinois<br>
1 FAMC @F043@<br>
0 @I0660@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Douglas K. /Weese/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 28 May 1995<br>
2 PLAC Quincy, Illinois<br>
2 SOUR Sharon Kay Walker-Weese<br>
1 FAMC @F041@<br>
0 @I0661@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Brandie Nicole /Weese/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 3 Jul 1986<br>
2 PLAC Quincy, Illinois<br>
2 SOUR Sharon Kay Walker-Weese<br>
1 FAMC @F042@<br>
0 @I0662@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Kimberly Jo /Weese/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 1 May 1988<br>
2 PLAC Des Moines, Iowa<br>
2 SOUR Sharon Kay Walker-Weese<br>
1 FAMC @F042@<br>
0 @I0677@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Lynora /Fleshner/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE UNKNOWN<br>
1 FAMS @F043@<br>
0 @I0679@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Donna /England/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 7 Oct 1974<br>
2 SOUR Sharon Kay Walker-Weese<br>
1 FAMS @F042@<br>
0 @I0691@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Kriston Renae /England/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 22 Oct 1986<br>
1 STAT twin with Kathryn Ann England<br>
1 FAMC @F045@<br>
0 @I0692@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Lisa Marie /Estes/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 31 Mar 1962<br>
2 PLAC Davis, California<br>
2 SOUR @S15331@<br>
1 FAMS @F050@<br>
0 @I0695@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Cathy /England/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE UNKNOWN<br>
1 FAMS @F046@<br>
0 @I0718@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Matthew Scott Smith /Murphy/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 ALIA Matthew Scott /Smith/<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 12 Jul 1987<br>
2 SOUR @S13058@<br>
1 STAT given to Phyllis Smith when 2 days old<br>
1 SUBM raised by Phyllis &amp; Dan as their child<br>
1 SUBM raised by Phyllis &amp; Dan as their child Legal guardian to Phyllis Smith<br>
1 ADDR<br>
2 CONT 11th Street<br>
2 CONT<br>
2 CONT mo<br>
2 CONT<br>
2 CONT<br>
1 FAMC @F012@<br>
1 FAMC @F011@<br>
0 @I0720@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Bryan Kenneth /England/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 15 Aug 1984<br>
1 FAMC @F045@<br>
0 @I0721@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Kathryn Ann /England/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 22 Oct 1986<br>
1 STAT twin with Kriston Renae England<br>
1 FAMC @F045@<br>
0 @I0724@ INDI<br>
1 NAME John Ross /Cobb/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 29 May 1989<br>
2 PLAC Columbia, Mo<br>
1 FAMC @F015@<br>
0 @I0725@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Ambrose /Rose/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE Oct 1834<br>
2 PLAC Ontario, Canada<br>
2 SOUR @S18904@<br>
3 DATA<br>
4 TEXT Charts of Arlen K. Rose. Mar. data of Julia, Lydia and Elizabeth from Nancy W.
Graden.<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE 29 Apr 1894<br>
2 PLAC Hess City, Ks<br>
2 SOUR @S18904@<br>
1 STAT buried Harold Cemetery, Ness County, Kansas<br>
1 FAMS @F094@<br>
1 FAMS @F024@<br>
1 FAMS @F047@<br>
1 FAMC @F096@<br>
1 FAMC @F100@<br>
1 NOTE @NI0725@<br>
0 @NI0725@ NOTE<br>
1 CONC He married first, name unknown, but had children by this marriage.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT He married second, Aug 29, 1868, Polk County, Iowa, Hannah Rebecca <br>
1 CONC Graham, born March 1, 1839, Ohio, died January 22, 1905. Wyane County, <br>
1 CONC Iowa, buried there at Corydon, Daughter of William E. and Elizabeth (Ely) <br>
1 CONC Grahma.&nbsp; She also married Samuel Kern and Herman Force.&nbsp; Ambrose and his
<br>
1 CONC wife separated by 1880.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT children by first marriage:<br>
1 CONT Albert, Malisa, Alvin, Ashman, Ambrose Jr. born 1862.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Children by second marriage:<br>
1 CONT Merton born February 25, 1869, Marion Co., Iowa&nbsp; died Dec 30, 1948 <br>
1 CONC Fayetteville, Arkansas.&nbsp; Married Emma Ardilla Zimmerman January 29, 1896, <br>
1 CONC Wayne Co. Iowa.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Asa Russell born Feb 23, 1871, Johnson County, Kansas<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Sherman Dwane born March 8, 1873, Johnson County, Kansas<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT George Edgar born Feb 2, 1879, Lucas Co., Iowa.&nbsp; Died Jan 1, 1958. <br>
1 CONC funeral services at Julesburg, Colorado.&nbsp; Buried Silver Creek Cemetery., <br>
1 CONC Silver Creek, Nebraska.&nbsp; Married Feb 13, 1899, Holdt Co., Mo. VR, Bertha <br>
1 CONC Greenlee daughter of Eli Greenlee.<br>
0 @I0726@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Nellie /Rose/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE UNKNOWN<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE 2 Jan 1892<br>
1 FAMS @F047@<br>
0 @I0727@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Leandra Rose /Fittinghoff/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 26 Jun 1989<br>
2 PLAC Los Angeles, California<br>
2 SOUR Pauline Riley<br>
1 FAMC @F048@<br>
0 @I0728@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Alexander Stephen /Fittinghoff/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 13 Feb 1992<br>
2 PLAC Sacremento, California<br>
2 SOUR Pauline Riley<br>
1 FAMC @F048@<br>
0 @I0729@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Marina Nicole /Fittinghoff/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 21 Aug 1995<br>
2 PLAC Dublin, California<br>
2 SOUR @S15331@<br>
3 NOTE Pauline Riley<br>
1 FAMC @F048@<br>
0 @I0730@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Kenneth John /Lohmann/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 TITL Dr.<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 26 Jul 1959<br>
2 PLAC Ann Arbor, Michigan<br>
2 SOUR @S15331@<br>
1 FAMS @F049@<br>
0 @I0731@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Amanda Caroline /Lohmann/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 13 Nov 1994<br>
2 PLAC Chapel Hill, N.C.<br>
2 SOUR Pauline Riley<br>
1 FAMC @F049@<br>
0 @I1540@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Elza Lavinia /Welch/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 11 Nov 1887<br>
2 PLAC Grapevine, Texas<br>
2 SOUR wft volume # 5 - herself<br>
3 CONT&nbsp; <br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE 9 Nov 1966<br>
2 PLAC Venita, Oklahoma<br>
2 SOUR wft Volume # 5 - buriel service program<br>
2 CAUS Cancer, Brain<br>
1 STAT Housewife<br>
1 SUBM Depew, Oklahoma<br>
1 SUBM Depew, Oklahoma outgoing/religious family, crocheting<br>
1 SURN Baptist<br>
1 TEMP Loved by all who knew her<br>
1 TEXT Her Bible &amp; prayer &quot; kept her going&quot;<br>
1 FAMS @F027@<br>
1 NOTE @NI1540@<br>
0 @NI1540@ NOTE<br>
1 CONC Born in Grampevine, Texas - lived on a farm, probably near the town of <br>
1 CONC Azle, Texas. She had a brother who died in infancy and was named Azle.&nbsp; <br>
1 CONC Elza is AZLE spelled backwards.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Elza L. Welch Rose Mallow was a remarkable woman. Loved by all who knew <br>
1 CONC her.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Married at age 16 to Asa Rose who was 32 and had a baby boy.&nbsp; She said <br>
1 CONC she was &quot;traded for a team of mules&quot;&nbsp; She left her husband before
Azle <br>
1 CONC Benjamin Rose was born and was divorced and didn't want any contact with <br>
1 CONC her former husband.&nbsp; He tried to find out about the baby, but she <br>
1 CONC wouldn't answer his letter. <br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT My father Azle, spent most of his adult life traveling and always hoped <br>
1 CONC to locate his half-brother Russell Rose.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Gramma taught herself to read and write and &quot;do sums&quot;.&nbsp; She had been
<br>
1 CONC taught the alphabet and to count to 100 by a brother.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT I am writing a story about Gramma and have copies of stories she wrote to <br>
1 CONC a cousin.&nbsp; These stories are about her life and she told the stories to <br>
1 CONC all her grandchildren when they were growing up.&nbsp; We loved to hear the <br>
1 CONC stories over and over.&nbsp; They are all true.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Gramma died of brain cancer, she had senile type diabetes.&nbsp; She had a <br>
1 CONC history of heart problems beginning in 1944 or 1945.&nbsp; Gramma worked and <br>
1 CONC hoed in her garden until about 1963 when Grampa Mallow died in August.<br>
0 @I1541@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Azle Benjamin /Rose/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 29 Aug 1904<br>
2 PLAC Mounds, Indian Territory Oklahoma<br>
2 SOUR wft Volume #5 - told to June by Gramma Mallow<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE 7 Jun 1954<br>
2 PLAC Amarillo, Texas<br>
2 SOUR wft Volume # 5 - June, Barbara &amp; Jimmy were in Amarillow<br>
1 STAT Independent Paint contractor: Phillips 66<br>
1 SUBM Liked weak women and strong coffee<br>
1 SUBM Liked weak women and strong coffee Amarillo, Texas<br>
1 FAMS @F073@<br>
1 FAMS @F086@<br>
1 FAMC @F027@<br>
1 NOTE @NI1541@<br>
0 @NI1541@ NOTE<br>
1 CONC Writer thinks he was named after his mother ELZA who was named after the <br>
1 CONC town of AZLE spelled backwards.&nbsp; Gramma was born near Azle and Grapevine, <br>
1 CONC Texas.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Azle was unhappily married two times.<br>
1 CONT Had 2 other &quot;relationships&quot; with women: Viola when I was about 5 and <br>
1 CONC Kathleen when I was about 21.&nbsp; I liked Viola, never met Kathleen.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Was loved by everyone who knew him well.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Azle worked &quot;on the road&quot; most of his life and he loved to tease the <br>
1 CONC waitresses.&nbsp;&nbsp; He smoked but never drank.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT He couldn't stand to hurt anyone's feelings and he would promise us the <br>
1 CONC moon, knowing he couldn't follow through. Mostly he would say he would <br>
1 CONC come to see us and he wouldn't.&nbsp; He would send money for Christmas or a <br>
1 CONC bus ticket to Depew.&nbsp; <br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Gramma said he was &quot;too soft-hearted&quot; with people.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Looking back, I can't imagine any &quot;fun&quot; in his life, just work.&nbsp; He
once <br>
1 CONC said there had to be a heaven because he had been through hell on earth.<br>
1 CONT Seeing him on his deathbed, dying from cancer, was a terrible experience.<br>
0 @I1542@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Reba Roxey /Brackin/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 10 Aug 1906<br>
2 PLAC Madge, Oklahoma Territory<br>
2 SOUR wft Volume #5 -telephone call to June Rose<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE 24 Jul 1984<br>
2 PLAC Detroit, Michigan<br>
2 SOUR wft Volume # 5 -<br>
2 CAUS cancer<br>
1 STAT housewife, welder, riveter, hairdresser<br>
1 SUBM childlike/having fun<br>
1 FAMS @F073@<br>
1 NOTE @NI1542@<br>
0 @NI1542@ NOTE<br>
1 CONC According to Ozella, Reba was born in Madge, Oklahoma Territory which is <br>
1 CONC way out in the Panhandle.&nbsp; I thought mother was born in Maude, Oklahoma <br>
1 CONC which is nearer Shamrock, where she went to school and lived when she <br>
1 CONC married my father, Azle.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Mother never grew up emotionally.&nbsp; She acted like an 18 year old most of <br>
1 CONC her life.&nbsp; She was treated like a child by her brothers and sisters, even <br>
1 CONC when she was way past 40 years of age.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Sometimes it was fun having a &quot;big sister&quot; instead of a mother.&nbsp; She
was <br>
1 CONC always ready to go fishing, dancing, partying, whatever.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT When she needed to be a mother, she didn't know how and the 3 of us , <br>
1 CONC more or less grew up on our own.&nbsp; Barbara and I (June) left her when I <br>
1 CONC was 17 and supported ourselves.&nbsp; Becky was about 7 or 8 when she was able <br>
1 CONC to live with her father part of the time.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Some day I will write a book about my &quot;Travels with Reba&quot;.&nbsp; Just in
case <br>
1 CONC I don't get it done, Becky can write even more interesting stories about <br>
1 CONC her life with mother.<br>
0 @I1545@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Johathan /Cox/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 FAMS @F088@<br>
0 @I1546@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Barbara Jeanne /Rose/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 2 Jul 1929<br>
2 PLAC Depew, Oklahoma<br>
2 SOUR WFT Volume #5<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE Jan 1990<br>
2 PLAC Portland, Oregon<br>
2 SOUR WFT Volume #5<br>
1 FAMS @F074@<br>
1 FAMC @F073@<br>
0 @I1547@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Burlena June /Rose/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE Private<br>
1 ADDR June Ball<br>
2 CONT Rt. 1 Box 294<br>
2 CONT Bells<br>
2 CONT Texas<br>
2 CONT 75414<br>
2 CONT Rattler2@@airmail.net<br>
1 FAMS @F075@<br>
1 FAMS @F076@<br>
1 FAMC @F073@<br>
0 @I1549@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Orrin Leroy /Shanbeck/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 FAMS @F074@<br>
0 @I1550@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Sheila Jeanne /Shanbeck/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE Private<br>
1 FAMS @F079@<br>
1 FAMC @F074@<br>
0 @I1551@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Mark Leroy /Shanbeck/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE Private<br>
1 FAMC @F074@<br>
0 @I1554@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Alfred Richard /Jones/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 FAMS @F075@<br>
0 @I1555@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Chester Lee /Ball/, Jr.<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 PLAC Sherman, Texas<br>
1 FAMS @F076@<br>
0 @I1559@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Susan Lynn /Ball/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 FAMS @F080@<br>
1 FAMC @F076@<br>
0 @I1560@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Ann Lee /Ball/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE Private<br>
1 FAMS @F081@<br>
1 FAMS @F082@<br>
1 FAMC @F076@<br>
0 @I1561@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Deborah Loraine /Rose/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 19 May 1959<br>
2 PLAC Groom, Texas<br>
1 FAMS @F085@<br>
1 FAMC @F077@<br>
1 FAMC @F084@<br>
0 @I1563@ INDI<br>
1 NAME William E. /Bounds/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 ALIA /Billy/<br>
1 FAMS @F078@<br>
0 @I1565@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Rick /Mihelic/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 FAMS @F079@<br>
0 @I1566@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Richard /Mihelic/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE Private<br>
1 FAMC @F079@<br>
0 @I1567@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Christaphor /Roberts/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 FAMS @F080@<br>
0 @I1570@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Jared Anthony /Roberts/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE Private<br>
1 FAMC @F080@<br>
0 @I1571@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Ashleigh Jasmine /Roberts/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE Private<br>
1 FAMC @F080@<br>
0 @I1572@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Justin Alan /Roberts/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE Private<br>
1 FAMC @F080@<br>
0 @I1573@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Allen /Keesy/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 FAMS @F081@<br>
0 @I1574@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Eric Keith /Malone/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE Private<br>
1 FAMS @F082@<br>
0 @I1577@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Hunter Nichole Keesy- /Malone/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE Private<br>
1 FAMC @F081@<br>
0 @I1578@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Katelyn Leeann /Malone/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE Private<br>
1 FAMC @F082@<br>
0 @I1580@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Stephen Wade /Sain/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 15 Jan 1984<br>
1 FAMC @F085@<br>
0 @I1582@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Charmane /Thurman/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE Private<br>
1 FAMS @F083@<br>
0 @I1583@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Private /Rose/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 FAMC @F083@<br>
0 @I1780@ INDI<br>
1 NAME James Russell /Rose/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 ALIA Russell /Rose/<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 20 Jun 1939<br>
2 PLAC Tampa, Texas near Amarillo<br>
1 STAT Pastor a little country church Woodlawn Baptist Church= Petal, Miss<br>
1 SUBM Goes by Russell Rose<br>
1 ADDR<br>
2 CONT P.O. Box 1198<br>
2 CONT Lone Star<br>
2 CONT Texas<br>
2 CONT 75668<br>
2 CONT<br>
1 FAMS @F084@<br>
1 FAMC @F086@<br>
1 NOTE @NI1780@<br>
0 @NI1780@ NOTE<br>
1 CONC Left Texas to go to College.&nbsp; <br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Took Music, Drama and Bible<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT&nbsp; Went to Virginia for a year came back to SC<br>
1 CONT Spent a total of 18 years in SC&nbsp;&nbsp; (9 + 9)<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Back to Texas <br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Went to Washington State to Teach school and pastor church.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT School teach = (taught Math &amp; Science junior high &amp; high school students. <br>
1 CONC )<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT&nbsp; He didn't want to teach 6 grade so he quit and moved.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Is in computer technology now.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Just moved to Texas Feb 1997.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Taught guitar, Plays steel guitar. <br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Rose from Petal, by Leaf River, in Forrest County.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Russel Rose<br>
1 CONT 501 Ochiltree<br>
1 CONT Daingerfield, Texas <br>
1 CONT<br>
0 @I1781@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Rosalie Bettie /Dann/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 21 Aug 1938<br>
2 PLAC Iowa colony Texas<br>
1 FAMS @F077@<br>
1 FAMS @F084@<br>
0 @I1782@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Rebekah Estamae /Rose/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 25 Oct 1964<br>
2 PLAC Harrisonburg, Virginia<br>
1 FAMS @F078@<br>
1 FAMC @F084@<br>
1 FAMC @F077@<br>
0 @I1784@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Johnny Wade /Sain/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 FAMS @F085@<br>
0 @I1786@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Alicia Diane /Sain/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 16 Nov 1986<br>
1 FAMC @F085@<br>
0 @I1787@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Anzel /Rose/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 FAMC @F047@<br>
1 NOTE @NI1787@<br>
0 @NI1787@ NOTE<br>
1 CONC A tape that Helen Rose recorded stated that Asa had a brother with named <br>
1 CONC Anzel (?).&nbsp;&nbsp; I think this is the spelling.&nbsp; Asa wanted his son Cecil
<br>
1 CONC Arthur Rose to have his name begin with A as is the custom of Asa's <br>
1 CONC family ( according to this cassette tape by Helen.<br>
0 @I1788@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Alicia /Bounds/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 9 Feb 1988<br>
1 FAMC @F078@<br>
0 @I1789@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Lewis E. /Bounds/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 20 Mar 1995<br>
1 FAMC @F078@<br>
0 @I1790@ INDI<br>
1 NAME James Russell /Rose/, Jr.<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 19 Mar 1968<br>
1 STAT named after father - goes by James Rose and father goes by Russell Rose<br>
1 SUBM AKA: James Rose<br>
1 FAMS @F083@<br>
1 FAMC @F084@<br>
1 FAMC @F077@<br>
1 NOTE @NI1790@<br>
0 @NI1790@ NOTE<br>
1 CONC Lives in Jackson, Texas<br>
0 @I1792@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Brandon /Rose/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 21 Apr 1993<br>
1 FAMC @F083@<br>
0 @I1793@ INDI<br>
1 NAME girl /Rose/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 1997<br>
1 FAMC @F083@<br>
0 @I1794@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Edith Irene /Landsberry/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 18 Nov 1900<br>
2 PLAC Martinsville or Casey Illinois<br>
2 SOUR wft Volume # 5 <br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE 23 Feb 1976<br>
2 PLAC Amarillo, Texas<br>
1 STAT married Irene Finney in Pampa Texas<br>
1 FAMS @F086@<br>
0 @I1796@ INDI<br>
1 NAME \\ /Taylor?/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 1876<br>
1 STAT Unsure of last name.... couldn't make it out on the cassette tape.<br>
1 FAMS @F087@<br>
0 @I1799@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Ben Morris /Rose/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 28 May 1913<br>
2 SOUR Helen Rose&nbsp; -&nbsp; cassette tape<br>
1 FAMC @F087@<br>
0 @I1815@ INDI<br>
1 NAME George /Ferguson/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 FAMS @F089@<br>
0 @I1816@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Tyler Christopher /Ferguson/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 16 Jun 1988<br>
1 FAMC @F089@<br>
0 @I1817@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Katlyn Rose /Ferguson/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 14 Jun 1992<br>
1 FAMC @F089@<br>
0 @I1818@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Tommy Lee /Burley/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE Dec 1989<br>
1 FAMC @F018@<br>
0 @I1819@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Jessica Lynn /Burley/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 21 Sep 1991<br>
1 FAMC @F018@<br>
0 @I1890@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Carol /Rose/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 FAMS @F091@<br>
1 FAMC @F090@<br>
0 @I1891@ INDI<br>
1 NAME /Williams/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 FAMS @F091@<br>
0 @I1892@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Hannah Rebecca /Graham/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 1 Mar 1839<br>
2 PLAC Ohio<br>
2 SOUR @S18904@<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE 22 Jan 1905<br>
2 PLAC Wayne County, Iowa<br>
1 STAT buried at Corydon<br>
1 FAMS @F024@<br>
0 @I1893@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Merton /Rose/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 25 Feb 1869<br>
2 PLAC Johnson County, Kansas<br>
2 SOUR @S18904@<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE 20 Dec 1948<br>
2 PLAC Fayetteville, Arkansas<br>
1 FAMS @F092@<br>
1 FAMC @F024@<br>
0 @I1894@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Emma Ardilla /Zimmerman/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 FAMS @F092@<br>
0 @I1895@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Sherman Dwane /Rose/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 8 Mar 1873<br>
2 PLAC Johnson County, Kansas<br>
2 SOUR @S18904@<br>
1 FAMC @F024@<br>
0 @I1896@ INDI<br>
1 NAME George Edgar /Rose/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 2 Feb 1879<br>
2 PLAC Lucas Co., Iowa<br>
2 SOUR @S18904@<br>
3 DATA<br>
4 TEXT Karen McKean<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE 1 Jan 1958<br>
2 PLAC Julesburg, Colorado<br>
1 STAT buried at Silver Creek Cemetery, Silver Creek, Nebraska<br>
1 FAMS @F093@<br>
1 FAMC @F024@<br>
0 @I1897@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Bertha I. /Greenlee/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 FAMS @F093@<br>
0 @I1899@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Nellie /Rose/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE 2 Jan 1892<br>
1 FAMS @F094@<br>
1 NOTE @NI1899@<br>
0 @NI1899@ NOTE<br>
1 CONC Not sure if Nellie Rose is the first wife.&nbsp; Christine Rose has first wife <br>
1 CONC unknown.&nbsp; I believe it might be Nellie.<br>
0 @I1900@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Albert /Rose/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 FAMC @F094@<br>
0 @I1901@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Malisa /Rose/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 FAMC @F094@<br>
0 @I1902@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Alvin /Rose/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 FAMC @F094@<br>
0 @I1903@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Ashman /Rose/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 FAMC @F094@<br>
0 @I1904@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Ambrose Jr. /Rose/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 1862<br>
1 FAMC @F094@<br>
0 @I1905@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Charles /Rose/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 24 Jun 1796<br>
2 PLAC Grenville, County, Ontario, Canada<br>
2 SOUR @S18904@<br>
3 DATA<br>
4 TEXT from the Charts of Arlen K. Rose.&nbsp; Mar. data of Julia, Lydia and Elizabeth
from Nancy W. Graden<br>
1 STAT Methodist<br>
1 FAMS @F096@<br>
1 FAMS @F100@<br>
1 FAMC @F097@<br>
1 NOTE @NI1905@<br>
0 @NI1905@ NOTE<br>
1 CONC Charles Rose was a farmer in Canada. (shanty) 55 male married.<br>
1 CONT Mary 39 female married<br>
1 CONT Emeline 15 female<br>
1 CONT William 10 male<br>
1 CONT Armena&nbsp; 7 female<br>
1 CONT Ezekiel A. 3 male<br>
1 CONT Melisa&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; 3 female<br>
1 CONT Jane 17 female (U.S.)<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT 1871 Census N. Leeda and Grenville, Ontario, Canada<br>
1 CONT D. Merrickville<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Charles Rose&nbsp; 75 U.S.&nbsp; E. Meth. English Laborer U.S.<br>
1 CONT Mary 58 female U.S.<br>
1 CONT Aron 23 male&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; U.S.<br>
1 CONT Melissa 20 female&nbsp; U.S.<br>
1 CONT James 18 male U.S.<br>
1 CONT John 15 male&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; U. S.<br>
0 @I1906@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Ezekiel /Rose/<br>
2 SOUR @S18904@<br>
3 NOTE Family Charts of Joyce Clausen of Tottenham, Ontario, Canada.<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 20 Jun 1771<br>
2 PLAC Manchester, Bennington County,&nbsp; Vermont<br>
2 SOUR @S09377@<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE 1853<br>
2 PLAC Roseville, Lanark County, Ontario, Canada<br>
2 SOUR @S09377@<br>
1 FAMS @F105@<br>
1 FAMS @F097@<br>
1 FAMC @F098@<br>
1 NOTE @NI1906@<br>
0 @NI1906@ NOTE<br>
1 CONC Family Records of Joyce Clausen, Reid's Loyalists in Ontario and 1819 <br>
1 CONC Census of Montague. <br>
0 @I1907@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Samuel Jr. /Rose/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 2 Feb 1744/45<br>
2 PLAC Of Armenia, Dutches Co., New York<br>
2 SOUR @S18904@<br>
3 PAGE wft # 5<br>
3 DATA<br>
4 TEXT born 2-17-1745 according to records of Dora Duncan.<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE 1789<br>
2 PLAC St. Jean, Quebec, Canada<br>
2 SOUR @S09377@<br>
1 STAT He drowned<br>
1 SUBM Active Loyalist, spy for British Army<br>
1 FAMS @F098@<br>
1 FAMC @F099@<br>
1 NOTE @NI1907@<br>
0 @NI1907@ NOTE<br>
1 CONC Data of Jean Denison indicates that Margaret Amey has a Bible record in <br>
1 CONC which the date for Chloe is partly unreadable, but shows 20 December <br>
1 CONC 174?.&nbsp; I have seen it said that Samuel Rose Jr.&nbsp; drowned, but have no <br>
1 CONC confirmation.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Samuel Rose was a Loyalist, taken prisoner April 15, 1777 and eventually <br>
1 CONC released.&nbsp; He went to Canada, and arrived in Quebec June 17, 1778, again <br>
1 CONC confined, and entered claim for confiscated property.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT He states (condensed) On the 15th of April 1777 I was taken prisoner and <br>
1 CONC tried for enlisting men for the British Service, sentenced to Litchfield <br>
1 CONC jail.&nbsp; I was confined and not suffered to go a rod from my house besides <br>
1 CONC paying a fine of $100.&nbsp; Endeavoring to make my escape I unfortunately put <br>
1 CONC my knee out of joint with which I was not allowed the benefit of a Doctor <br>
1 CONC to see one for 8 days.&nbsp; On the 18th of August following I was carried to <br>
1 CONC Bennington and confined until the 14th of<br>
1 CONT September and then I was taken to Albany and there confined until the <br>
1 CONC 15th of December. Then I was sent back to Bennington, where I remained <br>
1 CONC prisoner until the 28th of May 1778.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT When I gave them leg bail and came off to Canada... I joined the British <br>
1 CONC Shipping at Crown Point the 5th of June 1778 and arrived at Quebec the <br>
1 CONC 17th with fresh intelligence.&nbsp; I was there most of the time form&nbsp; June <br>
1 CONC 17, 1778 to March 19, 1780.&nbsp; Storekeeper Keeper and Conductor in the <br>
1 CONC Engineers Department at Sorell when I was sent out on Secret Service, but <br>
1 CONC most unfortunately for me, I was taken prisoner, tried for my life and <br>
1 CONC sentenced to Northampton jail, where I lay in close<br>
1 CONT confinement and in irons, for seven month, then broke jail and went to <br>
1 CONC New York where I arrived January 10th 1781.&nbsp; On February 5th I was sent <br>
1 CONC by General Clinton&nbsp; with letters to the Governor Chittenden and General <br>
1 CONC Allen, which I delivered the 22nd and returned to General Clinton with <br>
1 CONC their answer the 19th of March.. On the 28th of May, following, I left <br>
1 CONC New York and came to Canada...lists total expenses and other suffering <br>
1 CONC and services of myself and family. L1416.9.8<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT On page 260 of the above record, Samuel Rose late of Manchester, State of <br>
1 CONC Vermont, but now of Sorel in the Province of Canada, refers to an act <br>
1 CONC that was passed to inquire into losses sustained during the late unhappy <br>
1 CONC dissension in America: Samuel states that during July 15, 1783 and March <br>
1 CONC 25, 1784 he lived at Sorel, that he had heard that there was an act, but <br>
1 CONC had inquired and was told there was none, and was told that if there was, <br>
1 CONC it would be published and he could file<br>
1 CONT then. Dated July 1786.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT On page 261 of this record, he reiterates his imprisonment.&nbsp; In an item <br>
1 CONC dated April 15, 1786, State of Vermont, the office of Secretary to <br>
1 CONC Governor states there was on the books a Balance due Rose in the amount <br>
1 CONC of 9 pounds 2 shillings and 8 pence.&nbsp; In an inventory of his confiscated <br>
1 CONC lands there is listed 60 acres of improved land, 138 acres of unimproved <br>
1 CONC and rent thereon.&nbsp; There are other&nbsp; items contained in support of this <br>
1 CONC claim including one dated 28 February 1786 stating that Mr. Samuel Roses <br>
1 CONC Cattle were driven of out of said town by general orders.&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; <br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT WFT # 5:<br>
1 CONT Notes: Samuel Rose Jr was a Loyalist and spied for the British Army <br>
1 CONC during the Rev. War.<br>
1 CONT The following is more or less taken from a document by the Manchester <br>
1 CONC Historical Society, Manchester, Vermont, submitted to Canadian Rose Roots <br>
1 CONC by Joyce Clausen.<br>
1 CONT &quot;In the area which was then known as the New Hampshire Grants, but is now <br>
1 CONC in Vermont, Samuel Rose, formerly of Amenia (Nine Partners) New York, <br>
1 CONC built the first log house in 1764, in the southwestern corner of the <br>
1 CONC Township of Bennington.&nbsp; In 1796, Rose also built the first framed house <br>
1 CONC of the settlement.&nbsp; This was a very turbulent period as, at the time, <br>
1 CONC this area was claimed by the two Royal Provinces - New Hampshire and New <br>
1 CONC York.&nbsp; The Governor of New York declared all New Hampshire grants null <br>
1 CONC and void and began re-granting the land of the reign of influential land <br>
1 CONC grabbers which included some of the officials of the province. New <br>
1 CONC Hampshire declined to defend the titles it had granted.&nbsp; In 1767, the <br>
1 CONC Bennington settlers sent an envoy to London.&nbsp; The Kind ordered a stay of <br>
1 CONC proceedings until he could determine the rights of the matter.&nbsp; New York <br>
1 CONC ignored the decree.&nbsp; The first rumblings of the storm to come were heard <br>
1 CONC in October of 1769, when officers from Albany attempted to survey new <br>
1 CONC lines near Bennington.&nbsp; There followed various events - such as <br>
1 CONC confiscation of lands - leading to the formation of the 'Green Mountains <br>
1 CONC Boys' and the events leading to the American Revolution.&nbsp; A notable <br>
1 CONC confiscation was that of the Rose family&nbsp; in the southwestern part of <br>
1 CONC town.&nbsp; Samuel Rose had led the original group of settlers.&nbsp; Some of his <br>
1 CONC sons turned Loyalist.&nbsp; According to local legend. Samuel Rose Jr. had <br>
1 CONC organized the Tory party just before the Bennington Campaign (this was in <br>
1 CONC August 1777).&nbsp; This estate was confiscated in September 1777.&nbsp; Rose Jr. <br>
1 CONC left Bennington in 1778.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Information from Haldimand Papers Public Archives, Ottawas, shows us that <br>
1 CONC Mrs. Rose and seven children were at Sorel, Quebec.&nbsp; Samuel Jr. came a <br>
1 CONC little later and because Samuel Rose U.E.L.&quot;<br>
1 CONT<br>
0 @I1908@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Samuel /Rose/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE ABT. 1719<br>
2 PLAC Of Nine Partners, Dutchess Co., New York<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE BEF. 27 Mar 1782<br>
2 PLAC Manchester, Bennington County,&nbsp; Vermont<br>
1 FAMS @F099@<br>
1 NOTE @NI1908@<br>
0 @NI1908@ NOTE<br>
1 CONC Samuel Rose, parentage unknown and birth unknown.&nbsp; He died sometime <br>
1 CONC before March 27, 1782, at which time Joel Rose was appointed administer <br>
1 CONC of his estate in Bennington, Co. VT.&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; <br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Samuel Rose.&nbsp; He married Sarah.... who outlived him.&nbsp; It has been <br>
1 CONC suggested that her last name was Marsh though there is no confirmation of <br>
1 CONC this.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Though Samuel Rose was a large property owner in later life in Vermont, <br>
1 CONC he does not seem to have owned property in Duchess County, New York.&nbsp; He <br>
1 CONC is not to be found in the deeds of that county.&nbsp; However, Samuel Rose is <br>
1 CONC listed in the &quot;Index to Ancient Documents&quot;&nbsp; in the Courthouse of
Duchess <br>
1 CONC County.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Samuel Rose, 1747, Pok, Dec. , #3601<br>
1 CONT Samuel Rose, 1747, Pok, Writ,&nbsp; #3729<br>
1 CONT Samuel Rose 1748, Pok &amp; 9 Part., Dec., #2361<br>
1 CONT Samuel Rose 1788, Pok, Recog., #12077<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT This compiler personally examined the above documents in September 1984 <br>
1 CONC at the Courthouse in Dutchess County.&nbsp; All but the last were located;&nbsp; <br>
1 CONC the last in 1788 is NOT the correct number, though it is copied from the <br>
1 CONC index.&nbsp; Samuel Rose Sr. was deceased in 1788, but it may have been a <br>
1 CONC record concerning his son, a loyalist.&nbsp; Presumably the &quot;Pok&quot; &nbsp;
refers to <br>
1 CONC Poughkeepsie.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT From WFT #5 disk: Nine Partners is now Amenia, Amenia, Charlotee <br>
1 CONC Precinct, Dutchess Co. New York.<br>
1 CONT Samuel's Estate is dated 3-27-1782, will probated 10-13-1785, Joel Rose <br>
1 CONC appointed adminstrator.<br>
1 CONT<br>
0 @I1909@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Martha /Putnam/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 FAMS @F096@<br>
0 @I1910@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Mary /Evans/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 FAMS @F100@<br>
0 @I1911@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Julia Ann /Rose/<br>
2 SOUR @S18904@<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 18 Oct 1821<br>
1 FAMS @F101@<br>
1 FAMC @F100@<br>
0 @I1912@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Lydia /Rose/<br>
2 SOUR @S18904@<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 30 Aug 1823<br>
1 FAMS @F102@<br>
1 FAMC @F100@<br>
0 @I1913@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Elizabeth /Rose/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 30 Jun 1825<br>
2 PLAC Canada<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE 1880-1907<br>
1 FAMS @F103@<br>
1 FAMC @F100@<br>
0 @I1914@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Asa /Rose/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 10 Feb 1827<br>
2 SOUR @S18904@<br>
1 FAMC @F100@<br>
1 NOTE @NI1914@<br>
0 @NI1914@ NOTE<br>
1 CONC listed 1851 census same page as father, Asa laborer B. Canada 25, M. <br>
1 CONC Thankful--- as 26 B Canada.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT 1851 Census Grenville County, Ontario, Canada<br>
1 CONT Wolford twp&nbsp;&nbsp; p 19&nbsp;&nbsp; # 17<br>
1 CONT Rose, Asa&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; 25 m&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; mar&nbsp;&nbsp; Canada&nbsp;
log
house<br>
1 CONT Thankful&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; 26 f
&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;
&nbsp;
Canada<br>
1 CONT Religion:&nbsp; E. Methodist<br>
0 @I1915@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Omar /Rose/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 14 Mar 1829<br>
1 FAMC @F100@<br>
0 @I1916@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Amanda /Rose/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 27 Mar 1831<br>
1 FAMC @F100@<br>
0 @I1917@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Charles Jr. /Rose/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 17 Dec 1832<br>
1 FAMS @F104@<br>
1 FAMC @F100@<br>
1 NOTE @NI1917@<br>
0 @NI1917@ NOTE<br>
1 CONC Census 1851:<br>
1 CONT Rose, Charles&nbsp; 55 m&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; mar. Canada
&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; farmer&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; shanty<br>
1 CONT Mary&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; 39 f mar. Canada<br>
1 CONT Emeline&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; 15 f
&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Canada<br>
1 CONT Wm&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; 10 m
&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;
Canada&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; <br>
1 CONT Armena&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; 7 f
&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Canada<br>
1 CONT Ezekiel A&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; 3 m
&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Canada<br>
1 CONT Melisa&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; 3 f
&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Canada<br>
1 CONT Jane&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; 17 f
&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; U.S.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT E. Methodist religion<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT 1871&nbsp; Census N.&nbsp; Leeda and Grenville, Ontario, Canada<br>
1 CONT D. Merrickville<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Rose, Charles&nbsp; 75 m&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; U.S. E.Meth. &nbsp;&nbsp;
English<br>
1 CONT
&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;
&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;
laborer<br>
1 CONT Mary&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; 58 f&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; U.S.<br>
1 CONT Aron&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; 23 m&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; U.S.<br>
1 CONT Melissa&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; 20 f
&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; U.S. <br>
1 CONT James&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; 18 m
&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; U.S.<br>
1 CONT John&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; 15 m&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; U.S.<br>
0 @I1918@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Elihu /Smith/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 FAMS @F101@<br>
0 @I1919@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Wlliam /Church/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 FAMS @F102@<br>
0 @I1920@ INDI<br>
1 NAME William Vincent /Smith/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 20 Aug 1820<br>
2 PLAC Ontario, Canada<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE 12 Feb 1907<br>
2 PLAC Verona twp., Huron Co., Mich.<br>
1 FAMS @F103@<br>
0 @I1921@ INDI<br>
1 NAME J. Ann /Meyer/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 FAMS @F104@<br>
0 @I1922@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Emeline /Rose/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 FAMC @F104@<br>
0 @I1923@ INDI<br>
1 NAME William /Rose/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 FAMC @F104@<br>
0 @I1924@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Armena /Rose/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 FAMC @F104@<br>
0 @I1925@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Ezekiel A. /Rose/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 FAMC @F104@<br>
0 @I1926@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Melisa /Rose/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 FAMC @F104@<br>
0 @I1927@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Mary /Unknown/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 FAMS @F097@<br>
0 @I1928@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Mary /Fry/<br>
2 SOUR @S18904@<br>
3 DATA<br>
4 TEXT family charts of Joyce Clausen of Tottenham, Ontario, Canada<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 ALIA Mary Fry /McIntire/<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 1782<br>
2 PLAC Ca<br>
2 SOUR @S09986@<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE 1881<br>
2 PLAC Roseville, Lanark County, Ontario, Canada<br>
1 STAT Mary Fry was 99 years old when she died.<br>
1 FAMS @F105@<br>
0 @I1929@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Chloe /Rose/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 12 Apr 1794<br>
2 PLAC Edwardsburg Twp, Grenville Co., Ontario<br>
2 SOUR @S09986@<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE 1 Jun 1879<br>
2 PLAC Kemptville, Oxford Twp, Grenville.<br>
2 SOUR @S09986@<br>
1 FAMS @F124@<br>
1 FAMC @F097@<br>
0 @I1930@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Mary (Polly) /Rose/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 1796-1798<br>
2 PLAC Greenville, County, Ontario, Canada<br>
1 STAT date of birth according to WFT # 5<br>
1 FAMS @F058@<br>
1 FAMC @F097@<br>
0 @I1931@ INDI<br>
1 NAME David ? /Rose/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 1802<br>
2 PLAC Greenville, County, Ontario, Canada<br>
2 SOUR @S09986@<br>
1 STAT born Augusta<br>
1 FAMC @F097@<br>
0 @I1932@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Lydia /Rose/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 1806<br>
2 PLAC Augusta Twp., Ontario<br>
2 SOUR @S09986@<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE 29 May 1870<br>
2 PLAC Montague Twp., Lanark Co., Ontario<br>
2 SOUR @S09986@<br>
1 FAMS @F132@<br>
1 FAMC @F097@<br>
1 NOTE @NI1932@<br>
0 @NI1932@ NOTE<br>
1 CONC Family records of Joyce Clausen, Reid's Loylaists in Ontario and 1819 <br>
1 CONC Census of Montague.<br>
0 @I1933@ INDI<br>
1 NAME John /Rose/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 1809<br>
2 PLAC Montaque Twp., Lanark Co., Ontario<br>
2 SOUR @S18904@<br>
3 NOTE Family Charts of Joyce Clausen of Tottenham, Onatrion, Canada.<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE WFT Est. 1839-1900<br>
1 FAMS @F133@<br>
1 FAMC @F105@<br>
0 @I1934@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Omar /Rose/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 1811<br>
2 PLAC Lanark Co., Ontario<br>
2 SOUR @S09986@<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE 15 Jun 1884<br>
2 PLAC possibly in Iowa<br>
2 SOUR @S09986@<br>
3 NOTE wft # 5 &amp; Christine Rose Report<br>
1 FAMS @F135@<br>
1 FAMS @F134@<br>
1 FAMC @F105@<br>
1 NOTE @NI1934@<br>
0 @NI1934@ NOTE<br>
1 CONC Sometime between 1841 and 1847 Omar and his family moved from Canada down <br>
1 CONC to Liberty Twp. Licking Co., Ohio.&nbsp; They were on the 1850 Census in <br>
1 CONC Licking Co. and moved to Clark Co. Mo before 1860.&nbsp; It seems that the <br>
1 CONC family had split up due to the death of their mother Sarah. Omar <br>
1 CONC remarried to a Mary Koch.&nbsp; It is a possiblity that he died in Iowa.<br>
0 @I1935@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Altha /Rose/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 1813<br>
2 PLAC Montaque Twp., Lanark Co., Ontario<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE WFT Est. 1814-1907<br>
1 FAMC @F105@<br>
0 @I1936@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Alvin Benson /Rose/<br>
2 SOUR @S09986@<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 15 Jun 1815<br>
2 PLAC Montaque Twp., Lanark Co., Ontario<br>
2 SOUR @S09986@<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE 19 Apr 1883<br>
2 PLAC Bondhead, Simcoe, Ontario, Canada<br>
2 SOUR @S09986@<br>
1 FAMS @F136@<br>
1 FAMC @F105@<br>
0 @I1937@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Marintha /Rose/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 1817<br>
2 PLAC Montaque Twp., Lanark Co., Ontario<br>
2 SOUR @S09986@<br>
3 DATA<br>
4 TEXT Charts of Joyce Clausen of Tottenham, Ontario, Canada<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE 19 May 1895<br>
2 PLAC Montaque Twp, Lanark, Ontario, Canada<br>
2 SOUR @S09986@<br>
1 STAT married John B. Davis or John B. David.<br>
1 FAMS @F137@<br>
1 FAMC @F105@<br>
0 @I1938@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Laura Van Sweetheart /Rose/<br>
2 SOUR @S09986@<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 23 Jun 1819<br>
2 PLAC Montaque Twp., Lanark Co., Ontario<br>
2 SOUR @S18904@<br>
3 DATA<br>
4 TEXT family Charts of Joyce Clausen of Tottenham, Ontario, Canada<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE WFT Est. 1841-1913<br>
1 FAMS @F138@<br>
1 FAMC @F105@<br>
0 @I1939@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Sarah /Marsh/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 FAMS @F099@<br>
0 @I1940@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Chloe /Canfield/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 20 Dec 1743<br>
2 PLAC Ridgefield Connecticut VR<br>
2 SOUR @S18904@<br>
1 FAMS @F098@<br>
0 @I1941@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Joel /Rose/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 2 Mar 1747/48<br>
2 SOUR @S18904@<br>
3 DATA<br>
4 TEXT Bible<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE 31 Aug 1819<br>
2 PLAC Lysander, Onondaga County, New York<br>
2 SOUR @S18904@<br>
3 DATA<br>
4 TEXT Revolutionary Soldiers Resident or Dying in Onondaga County, New York<br>
1 STAT died age 72<br>
1 FAMS @F106@<br>
1 FAMC @F099@<br>
1 NOTE @NI1941@<br>
0 @NI1941@ NOTE<br>
1 CONC Joel and Rachel are buried in a cemetery described as The Rose Family <br>
1 CONC Buying Ground about one mile west of the village of Baldwinsville, Town <br>
1 CONC of Lysander, Onondaga County, New York.&nbsp; An unidentified Joel Rose if <br>
1 CONC buried in the Hortontown Cemetery, in Onondaga County, died April 5th <br>
1 CONC 1837 aged 35 year 3 months and 19 days.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Joel Rose served in the Revolutionary War and is listed in the DAR Index.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Joel was a Private in the Revolutionary War, his name is on a monument in <br>
1 CONC the middle of Manchester dedicated to the men who fought in all the <br>
1 CONC wars.&nbsp; He was a patriot while his broher Samuel was a Loyalist.<br>
1 CONT (Family Search: Ancestral File)<br>
0 @I1942@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Rachel /Roberts/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 20 Oct 1751<br>
2 SOUR @S18904@<br>
3 DATA<br>
4 TEXT (bible)<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE 29 Jul 1819<br>
2 PLAC Lysander, Onondaga, Co., N.Y.<br>
1 FAMS @F106@<br>
0 @I1943@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Joshua /Rose/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 1755<br>
2 SOUR @S09377@<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE 19 Jan 1837<br>
2 PLAC Jefferson, New York<br>
2 SOUR @S09377@<br>
1 FAMS @F107@<br>
1 FAMC @F099@<br>
1 NOTE @NI1943@<br>
0 @NI1943@ NOTE<br>
1 CONC Joshua Rose may be the one who enlisted in the War of 1812, and whose <br>
1 CONC widow applied for land bounty in 1855.&nbsp; Jemima Rose aged 55 resident of <br>
1 CONC Ellisburg, Jefferson Co., N.Y. made an affidavit. widow of Joshua Rose, <br>
1 CONC he served as private in 55th Reg. N.Y. Mil., Capt. Gad Ackley, enlisted <br>
1 CONC at Ellisburg. etc.; she married him in Ellisburg Dec 5th 1816 by Lyman <br>
1 CONC Ellis, J.P. and her name before marriage was Jemima Brooks; he died at <br>
1 CONC Ellisburg on June 19, 1837.&nbsp; Warrant to be sent to&nbsp; Henry S. Field, <br>
1 CONC Ellisburg, N.Y. . In a earlier affidavit dated Dec 9, 1850, she gives <br>
1 CONC similar information and applied&nbsp; under act of 1850.&nbsp; If this is the same <br>
1 CONC Joshua Rose, he had more than one marriage.<br>
0 @I1944@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Hannah /Howard/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 1755-1774<br>
1 FAMS @F107@<br>
0 @I1945@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Abraham /Rose/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 1 Apr 1767<br>
2 PLAC Manchester, Bennington County,&nbsp; Vermont<br>
2 SOUR @S18904@<br>
3 DATA<br>
4 TEXT wft # 5<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE 17 Aug 1838<br>
2 PLAC Hornellsville, Steuben County, New York<br>
2 SOUR @S09377@<br>
1 STAT married Rachel Haws according to WFT #5 in Manchester, Bennington Co. Vermont<br>
1 SUBM married to Rachel Haws according to Christine Rose Report.<br>
1 FAMS @F108@<br>
1 FAMS @F109@<br>
1 FAMC @F099@<br>
1 NOTE @NI1945@<br>
0 @NI1945@ NOTE<br>
1 CONC<br>
1 CONT Abraham Rose<br>
1 CONT Abraham Rose removed to Oneida County, New York about 1791 or 1792.&nbsp; Then <br>
1 CONC to Steuben<br>
1 CONT County, New York about 1814.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT I am indebted to Loretta R.C. Rice for permission to use the following <br>
1 CONC account prepared by her:<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Abraham Rose Sr. and his oldest son, Samuel Sidney, were both active in <br>
1 CONC the War of 1812.&nbsp; They enlisted during the time that Great Brittain was <br>
1 CONC massing forces at Niagara to invade New York.&nbsp; Father and son marched <br>
1 CONC under General Winfield Scott and were both in the fierce battle of <br>
1 CONC Lundy&#146;s Lane.&nbsp; the British were defeated with great losses.&nbsp; General
<br>
1 CONC Scott was wounded.&nbsp; Abraham and Samuel were in a number of engagements, <br>
1 CONC serving until the end of the war.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Soon after the war was over, Abraham moved his family from Utica (Oneida <br>
1 CONC County) to Howard, Steuben, New York, about 100 miles west.&nbsp; He settled <br>
1 CONC on a large tract of land where he built a fine log house that became <br>
1 CONC known as&nbsp; Rose Hill Farm.&nbsp; This farm was located on a military road <br>
1 CONC between Albany and Buffalo, New York.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT We are indebted to his grandson , William Lewis Rose for a description of <br>
1 CONC this home as well&nbsp; as what little information we have of Father Abraham&#146;s
<br>
1 CONC last years.&nbsp; The driveway to the house was lined with tall shade trees.&nbsp; <br>
1 CONC Near was an orchard with a variety of fine fruit trees.&nbsp; William Lewis <br>
1 CONC recalled the well-kept home and farm, and the delicious fruit.&nbsp; Not far <br>
1 CONC from Rose Hill farm was a schoolhouse.&nbsp; Here Abraham and Rachel resided <br>
1 CONC the rest of their lives.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT William Lewis stated that his grandfather was tall with a military <br>
1 CONC bearing.&nbsp; He kept a sword and scabbard hanging in a prominent place in <br>
1 CONC his home.&nbsp; This sword was presented to William Lewis Rose, but was stolen <br>
1 CONC from his house.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT In his last years Abraham was totally blind.&nbsp; Shortly before his death <br>
1 CONC members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter day Saints who were <br>
1 CONC living in his neighborhood held a prayer counsel at his bedside.&nbsp; (From a <br>
1 CONC letter written by William Lewis Rose to Alley Stephen Rose).&nbsp; His son, <br>
1 CONC Abraham, had joined the Mormon church in 1836 but if others of the family <br>
1 CONC joined we have no<br>
1 CONT record of it.&nbsp; Abraham Rose Sr. died in August 1838 and his faithful <br>
1 CONC wife, Rachel died in 1844.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Abraham joined the Mormon church and with his family went to Utah with a <br>
1 CONC wagon train.&nbsp; He was baptized by Orson Hyde.&nbsp; His descendants still live <br>
1 CONC in Farmington and surrounding area.<br>
0 @I1946@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Eliza /Rose/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 FAMS @F108@<br>
0 @I1947@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Rachel /Haws/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 3 Aug 1769<br>
2 PLAC Burlington, Chittenden County, Vermont<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE 1841<br>
2 PLAC Hornellsville, Steuben County, New York<br>
1 FAMS @F109@<br>
1 NOTE @NI1947@<br>
0 @NI1947@ NOTE<br>
1 CONC It is said she died in 1841 in Hornellsville, Steuben County, New York, <br>
1 CONC but it is also to be noted that she is listed in The 1840 census of <br>
1 CONC Athens County, Ohio.<br>
0 @I1948@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Rachel /Rose/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE WFT Est. 1740-1768<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE WFT Est. 1756-1850<br>
1 FAMS @F110@<br>
1 FAMC @F099@<br>
0 @I1949@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Josiah /Gorden/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 FAMS @F110@<br>
0 @I1950@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Milla /Rose/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 FAMS @F115@<br>
1 FAMC @F099@<br>
0 @I1951@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Lydia /Rose/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE WFT Est. 1740-1768<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE WFT Est. 1756-1850<br>
1 FAMS @F114@<br>
1 FAMC @F099@<br>
0 @I1952@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Phebe /Rose/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE WFT Est. 1740-1768<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE WFT Est. 1756-1850<br>
1 FAMS @F113@<br>
1 FAMC @F099@<br>
0 @I1953@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Elizabeth /Rose/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 1762<br>
2 PLAC Ca, Vermont.<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE 1792<br>
1 FAMS @F112@<br>
1 FAMC @F099@<br>
1 NOTE @NI1953@<br>
0 @NI1953@ NOTE<br>
1 CONC Elizabeth died 1792 age 30, presumably in VT.&nbsp; (data of Amanda Allen <br>
1 CONC Doherty)<br>
0 @I1954@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Ara\Arra /Rose/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE WFT Est. 1735-1759<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE 2 Dec 1784<br>
2 PLAC Manchester, Bennington County,&nbsp; Vermont<br>
2 SOUR @S09377@<br>
1 FAMS @F111@<br>
1 FAMC @F099@<br>
0 @I1955@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Marian /Soper/<br>
2 SOUR @S09377@<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 FAMS @F111@<br>
0 @I1956@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Josiah /Allen/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 FAMS @F112@<br>
0 @I1957@ INDI<br>
1 NAME James /Allen/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 FAMC @F112@<br>
0 @I1958@ INDI<br>
1 NAME David /Allen/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 FAMC @F112@<br>
0 @I1959@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Sally /Allen/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 FAMC @F112@<br>
0 @I1960@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Mary &quot;Polly&quot; /Allen/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 FAMC @F112@<br>
0 @I1961@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Zebulon /Moses/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 FAMS @F113@<br>
0 @I1962@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Elijah /Smith/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 FAMS @F114@<br>
0 @I1963@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Jonathan /Irish/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 FAMS @F115@<br>
0 @I1964@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Samuel /Irish/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 FAMC @F115@<br>
0 @I1967@ INDI<br>
1 NAME David Samuel /Rose/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 20 Oct 1768<br>
2 PLAC Manchester, Bennington County,&nbsp; Vermont<br>
2 SOUR @S09377@<br>
3 NOTE Christine Rose Genology Report. and wft # 5.<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE WFT Est. 1808-1859<br>
2 PLAC Montaque Twp, Lanark, Ontario, Canada<br>
2 SOUR @S09377@<br>
1 FAMS @F117@<br>
1 FAMC @F098@<br>
0 @I1968@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Moses /Rose/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 30 Mar 1770<br>
2 PLAC Manchester, Bennington County,&nbsp; Vermont<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE AFT. 1840<br>
2 PLAC Montaque Twp, Lanark, Ontario, Canada<br>
1 FAMS @F118@<br>
1 FAMC @F098@<br>
1 NOTE @NI1968@<br>
0 @NI1968@ NOTE<br>
1 CONC In the Canadian Rose Roots, Joyce Clausen has his wife named as Mary <br>
1 CONC Yates.<br>
1 CONT Baptised: October 5, 1972 (Ogden)<br>
1 CONT End: Dec 2, 1972 (Ogden)<br>
1 CONT SP: Dec 22, 1972 (Ogden)<br>
0 @I1969@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Jacob /Rose/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 18 Sep 1772<br>
2 PLAC Manchester, Bennington County,&nbsp; Vermont<br>
2 SOUR @S09377@<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE WFT Est. 1773-1862<br>
1 FAMC @F098@<br>
1 NOTE @NI1969@<br>
0 @NI1969@ NOTE<br>
1 CONC Bap: Oct 5, 1972, Ogden<br>
1 CONT End: Dec 2, 1972, Ogden<br>
1 CONT SP:&nbsp; Dec 22, 1972, Ogden<br>
0 @I1970@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Samuel /Rose/<br>
2 SOUR @S18904@<br>
3 DATA<br>
4 TEXT Family charts based on a Bible of Margaret Amey of Haney, British Columbia, Canada.
&nbsp; The U.S. locations of Children also based on her material.<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 5 Jan 1774<br>
2 PLAC Manchester, Bennington County,&nbsp; Vermont<br>
2 SOUR @S09377@<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE 4 Apr 1825<br>
2 PLAC Wolford Grenville County, Ontario<br>
2 SOUR @S09377@<br>
1 STAT buried Wolford Granville, County, Ontario<br>
1 SUBM Family search Ancestral File<br>
1 SUBM Family search Ancestral File Family Records of Margaret Amey, of B.C. Canada<br>
1 FAMS @F122@<br>
1 FAMC @F098@<br>
0 @I1971@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Aaron /Rose/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 15 Nov 1775<br>
2 PLAC Manchester, Bennington County,&nbsp; Vermont<br>
2 SOUR @S09377@<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE 26 Jun 1807<br>
2 PLAC Edwardsburgh Twp, Grenville, Ontario<br>
2 SOUR @S09377@<br>
1 FAMS @F059@<br>
1 FAMC @F098@<br>
0 @I1972@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Sarah /Rose/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 5 Jul 1777<br>
2 PLAC Manchester, Bennington County,&nbsp; Vermont<br>
2 SOUR @S09377@<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE 27 Feb 1821<br>
2 PLAC Edwardsburgh Twp, Grenville, Ontario<br>
2 SOUR @S09377@<br>
1 FAMS @F119@<br>
1 FAMC @F098@<br>
1 NOTE @NI1972@<br>
0 @NI1972@ NOTE<br>
1 CONC Baptized May 28, 1793 at Williamstown, Glengary, Canada<br>
1 CONT Bap: 2-27-1971, SGEOR<br>
1 CONT End: 4-16-1971, SGEOR<br>
1 CONT SP: 6-17-1971, SGEOR<br>
0 @I1973@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Rachel /Jeffreys/<br>
2 SOUR @S18904@<br>
3 NOTE Christine Rose Geneology Report. And wft # 5.<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 FAMS @F117@<br>
0 @I1974@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Maria /Vates/<br>
2 SOUR @S09377@<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 STAT Mary Yates in Christine Rose report<br>
1 FAMS @F118@<br>
0 @I1975@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Ezra /Adams/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 FAMS @F119@<br>
0 @I1976@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Chloe /Rose/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 29 Jan 1781<br>
2 PLAC Sorrel, Richelieu, Quebec,&nbsp; Canada<br>
2 SOUR @S18904@<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE 1804<br>
2 PLAC Edwardsburgh Twp, Grenville, Ontario<br>
1 STAT Baptised Presbyterian Church Records, Williamstown, Canada<br>
1 FAMS @F167@<br>
1 FAMC @F098@<br>
0 @I1977@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Rachel /Rose/<br>
2 SOUR @S09377@<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 4 Jan 1783<br>
2 PLAC Williamstown, Glengary, Canada<br>
2 SOUR @S09377@<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE 23 Sep 1859<br>
2 PLAC Westmeath, Renfrew, Ontario, Canada<br>
1 STAT Baptised Presbyterian Church Records, Williamstown, Canada<br>
1 SUBM Date of birth according to WFT #5<br>
1 SUBM Date of birth according to WFT #5 Date of birth according to Christine Rose<br>
1 FAMS @F116@<br>
1 FAMC @F098@<br>
1 NOTE @NI1977@<br>
0 @NI1977@ NOTE<br>
1 CONC WFT shows date of birth as January 4, 1783.&nbsp; Christine Rose has July 23, <br>
1 CONC 1783.<br>
0 @I1978@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Susannah /Rose/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 23 Jul 1784<br>
2 PLAC Quebec, Canada<br>
2 SOUR @S09377@<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE WFT Est. 1798-1878<br>
1 STAT Birthdate according to Margaret Amey<br>
1 SUBM Date of birth according to Chritine Rose<br>
1 SUBM Date of birth according to Chritine Rose Date of birth according to WFT # 5<br>
1 FAMS @F121@<br>
1 FAMC @F098@<br>
0 @I1979@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Arra /Rose/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 16 Jul 1786<br>
2 PLAC Williamstown, Glengary, Canada<br>
2 SOUR @S09377@<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE WFT Est. 1787-1876<br>
1 STAT Baptised Presbyterian Church Records, Williamstown, Canada<br>
1 SUBM date of birth according to Chritine Rose<br>
1 FAMC @F098@<br>
0 @I1980@ INDI<br>
1 NAME John Levi /Rose/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 22 Aug 1788<br>
2 PLAC Sorrel, Richelieu, Quebec,&nbsp; Canada<br>
2 SOUR @S09377@<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE WFT Est. 1787-1876<br>
1 FAMS @F120@<br>
1 FAMC @F098@<br>
0 @I1981@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Isabella /Boulton/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 FAMS @F120@<br>
0 @I1982@ INDI<br>
1 NAME William /Morrison/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 FAMS @F121@<br>
0 @I1983@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Charlotte /McIntyre/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 26 Mar 1780<br>
2 SOUR @S09986@<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE 4 Jan 1851<br>
2 PLAC Wolford<br>
2 SOUR @S09986@<br>
1 STAT United Empire of Loyalists: FHC #6046758, Data on the UEL<br>
1 FAMS @F122@<br>
1 NOTE @NI1983@<br>
0 @NI1983@ NOTE<br>
1 CONC According to a family history compiled by Charlotte Rose (born. 1865 died <br>
1 CONC 1953)<br>
1 CONT a grand daughter of Samuel and Charlotte (McIntyre) Rose through John, it <br>
1 CONC is stated that Samuel and his wife drew in Montague twp., Lanard Co., <br>
1 CONC Ontario in January 1801 where they lived until 1813 when he sold the land <br>
1 CONC and moved with his family to the twp. of Wolford Grenville, Co<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT This family lived in Canada but several of their children were later&nbsp; in <br>
1 CONC the United States.<br>
1 CONT<br>
0 @I1984@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Samuel /Adams/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 FAMS @F116@<br>
0 @I1985@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Isaac /Rose/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 20 Nov 1774<br>
2 PLAC Manchester, Bennington County,&nbsp; Vermont<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE WFT Est. 1775-1864<br>
1 FAMS @F125@<br>
1 FAMC @F106@<br>
1 NOTE @NI1985@<br>
0 @NI1985@ NOTE<br>
1 CONC Isaac Rose born November 20, 1774; may be the Isaac who left will in <br>
1 CONC Onondaga County, New York dated November 23, 1843 of Lysnader.&nbsp; Though it <br>
1 CONC has not been entirely proven he is the same Isaac, his data is presented <br>
1 CONC here.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Estate of Isaac Rose, Onondaga Co. New York, Deed Book H p. 146, proving <br>
1 CONC of will of Isaac Rose, petition of Ahirame Sears, executor of the estate <br>
1 CONC of Isaac Rose, late of Lysander in county of Onondaga, he died leaving <br>
1 CONT Polly Rose of said town his widow,<br>
1 CONT Nancy wife of George Emerick<br>
1 CONT Betsy Rose<br>
1 CONT Jane Rose<br>
1 CONT Peter Rose<br>
1 CONT Charles Rose and <br>
1 CONT Asa Rose of said town,<br>
1 CONT Maloni Welsh, wife of Ezra Welch of Town of Sennett in county of Cayuga.<br>
1 CONT William R. Rose<br>
1 CONT Burnett Rose and<br>
1 CONT Sylvia Bowen of state of Michigan, but what town and county unknown, and<br>
1 CONT Isaac Rose whose place of residence is unknown.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT That Betsy, Jane, Peter, Charles, Asa, Burnett, and Isaac are minors <br>
1 CONC under 21, etc.&nbsp; petition dated November 30, 1843.&nbsp; The court appointed a <br>
1 CONC special guardian to Betsy Rose, Jane Rose , Peter Rose, Charles Rose, Asa <br>
1 CONC Rose, Burnett Rose and Isaac Rose.&nbsp; Dated November 30, 1843.&nbsp; Appoints <br>
1 CONC Polly Rose and Joseph W. Loomis guardians. Ruel Rose, (one of the heirs <br>
1 CONC at law and next of kin of Isaac Rose) [I did not spot his name in the <br>
1 CONC petition and it should be re-checked].&nbsp; signs a paper to waive right to <br>
1 CONC claim of service of Citation on Jan 15, 1844.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Will of Isaac Rose town of Lysander, Onondaga County, dated November 23, <br>
1 CONC 1843 , to wife Polly, 10 acres southwest corner of my old farm, together <br>
1 CONC with frame house now occupied by Solomon Knapp, said house to have a good <br>
1 CONC cellar, etc.; also to wife all the fuel, fencing timber and fruit from my <br>
1 CONC farm.&nbsp; To daughter Sylvia $100.00.&nbsp; To granddaughter Elizabeth $50.00 To <br>
1 CONC daughter Maloni $300.00 To son William R. Rose $200.00.&nbsp; Balance to <br>
1 CONC daughter Nancy.&nbsp; Appoints Hiram Sears and Cyrus H. Kingsley as executors. <br>
1 CONC In case a certain mortgage executed by Ruell Rose and William R. Rose to <br>
1 CONC Chauncey Rose should prove null and void,&nbsp; as I firmly trust it will,&nbsp; <br>
1 CONC then to each of my grandchildren, the sons and daughters of Chauncey <br>
1 CONC Rose, the sum of $100.00, but if mortgaged proved to be legal, no <br>
1 CONC bequests to children of said son Chauncey Rose deceased.&nbsp; To Maletta?&nbsp; <br>
1 CONC Love and to Matilda Nash each a bedspread (no relationship shown)&nbsp; Dated <br>
1 CONC November 23, 1843.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT It appears that the physician wrote the will, he says the descendent died <br>
1 CONC Nov 26th.&nbsp; The Physician Lucian R. Hall, mentions that he did not wish to <br>
1 CONC write the will, but did after many conversations with the descendent, at <br>
1 CONC his insistence.&nbsp; He says that Isaac Rose did not want to leave anything <br>
1 CONC to son Ruel for they had quarreled, also, he evidently had given him 25 <br>
1 CONC acres and he also said that Ruel had abused him.&nbsp; The widow testified as <br>
1 CONC did the witnesses, etc.<br>
0 @I1986@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Joel /Rose/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 11 Nov 1776<br>
2 PLAC Manchester, Bennington County,&nbsp; Vermont<br>
2 SOUR @S09377@<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE WFT Est. 1777-1866<br>
1 FAMC @F106@<br>
1 NOTE @NI1986@<br>
0 @NI1986@ NOTE<br>
1 CONC Joel is listed in The 1830 Census of Onondaga Co., N.Y., p 68.&nbsp; In this <br>
1 CONC census he is listed next to Isaac Rose, probably his brother.<br>
0 @I1987@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Hannah /Rose/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 6 Oct 1778<br>
2 PLAC Manchester, Bennington County,&nbsp; Vermont<br>
2 SOUR @S18904@<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE WFT Est. 1779-1872<br>
1 FAMS @F123@<br>
1 FAMC @F106@<br>
0 @I1988@ INDI<br>
1 NAME William /Rose/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 28 Oct 1780<br>
2 PLAC Manchester, Bennington County,&nbsp; Vermont<br>
2 SOUR @S18904@<br>
3 DATA<br>
4 TEXT All ;tombstones referred to in above section are from cemetery at Roseville, Tioga
Co., Pennsylvania.<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE 10 May 1852<br>
2 PLAC Roseville or Rutland, Tioga County, Pennsylvania<br>
2 SOUR @S18904@<br>
1 STAT date of birth according to WFT # 5<br>
1 FAMS @F152@<br>
1 FAMS @F153@<br>
1 FAMC @F106@<br>
1 NOTE @NI1988@<br>
0 @NI1988@ NOTE<br>
1 CONC Died age 71 years 6 months and 12 days.<br>
0 @I1989@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Peter /Rose/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 20 Sep 1782<br>
2 PLAC Manchester, Bennington County,&nbsp; Vermont<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE WFT Est. 1783-1872<br>
1 FAMC @F106@<br>
0 @I1990@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Martin /Rose/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 6 May 1785<br>
2 PLAC Manchester, Bennington County,&nbsp; Vermont<br>
2 SOUR @S18904@<br>
3 NOTE Christine Rose Geneology Report. WFT #5 also<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE WFT Est. 1786-1875<br>
1 FAMC @F106@<br>
0 @I1991@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Ezra /Rose/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 9 Aug 1787<br>
2 PLAC Manchester, Bennington County,&nbsp; Vermont<br>
2 SOUR @S09377@<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE WFT Est. 1788-1877<br>
1 STAT Date of birth according to WFT # 5<br>
1 FAMC @F106@<br>
0 @I1992@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Levicy /Rose/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 17 Jun 1789<br>
2 PLAC Manchester, Bennington County,&nbsp; Vermont<br>
2 SOUR @S09986@<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE WFT Est. 1790-1883<br>
1 FAMC @F106@<br>
0 @I1993@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Levi /Rose/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 17 Jun 1791<br>
2 PLAC Manchester, Bennington County,&nbsp; Vermont<br>
2 SOUR @S09986@<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE WFT Est. 1792-1881<br>
1 FAMC @F106@<br>
0 @I1994@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Nancy /Rose/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 30 Sep 1794<br>
2 PLAC Manchester, Bennington County,&nbsp; Vermont<br>
2 SOUR @S09986@<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE WFT Est. 1795-1888<br>
1 FAMC @F106@<br>
0 @I1995@ INDI<br>
1 NAME /Parrish?/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 FAMS @F123@<br>
0 @I1996@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Anne /Rose/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 26 May 1782<br>
2 PLAC Manchester, Bennington County,&nbsp; Vermont<br>
2 SOUR @S09986@<br>
1 FAMC @F107@<br>
0 @I1997@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Rachel /Rose/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 13 Oct 1783<br>
2 PLAC Manchester, Bennington County,&nbsp; Vermont<br>
2 SOUR @S09986@<br>
1 FAMC @F107@<br>
0 @I1998@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Joshua Jr. /Rose/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 17 Aug 1785<br>
2 PLAC Manchester, Bennington County,&nbsp; Vermont<br>
2 SOUR @S09986@<br>
1 FAMC @F107@<br>
1 NOTE @NI1998@<br>
0 @NI1998@ NOTE<br>
1 CONC He is listed in the&nbsp; 1810 and 1820 Census of Jefferson Co., N.Y. &nbsp;&nbsp;
Do not <br>
1 CONC locate him after that unless he is the&nbsp; Joshua Rose who deeded land in <br>
1 CONC 1844 to William Rose.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Note: there is a Joshua Rose aged 14 living with the Charles Hollister <br>
1 CONC family in 1850 Jefferson Co., N.Y. page 335 in Ellisburg who may be <br>
1 CONC related.<br>
0 @I1999@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Phebe /Rose/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 17 Jan 1787<br>
2 PLAC Manchester, Bennington County,&nbsp; Vermont<br>
2 SOUR @S09986@<br>
1 FAMC @F107@<br>
0 @I2000@ INDI<br>
1 NAME James /Rose/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 31 Mar 1789<br>
2 PLAC Manchester, Bennington County,&nbsp; Vermont<br>
2 SOUR @S09986@<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE 16 May 1854<br>
2 PLAC Binghamton, Broome County, New York<br>
2 SOUR @S18904@<br>
1 STAT Not sure which is correct date of birth 1780&nbsp; or 1789<br>
1 FAMS @F131@<br>
1 FAMC @F108@<br>
1 NOTE @NI2000@<br>
0 @NI2000@ NOTE<br>
1 CONC It appears that James is in the census with his father in 1800, but not <br>
1 CONC in the 1810 census.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT James Rose&nbsp; born 1780 ( 1789?), Manchester, appears to be the male in his <br>
1 CONC father&#146;s 1800 and 1810 Census.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT It is likely that he is the James Rose who filed Pension for War of 1812 <br>
1 CONC Service (National Archives , File W.O. 39209)&nbsp; In a affidavit dated March <br>
1 CONC 1, 1880 Broome Co. New York, Hannah Rose aged 76, resident of Binghamton, <br>
1 CONC Broome Co., New York states she is the widow of James Rose deceased who <br>
1 CONC served in the New York Militia in War of 1812, that he was drafted or <br>
1 CONC enlisted she thinks at Howard, Steuben Co., New York, that he was 5 feet <br>
1 CONC 7 or 8 inches tall, dark complexion, blue eyes, black hair, born in <br>
1 CONC Vermont March 31, 1790, occupation unknown at the time of enlistment.&nbsp; <br>
1 CONC She further states that she married James Rose at the village of Union, <br>
1 CONC Broome Co., New York on October 4, 1823 by Judge Stoddard, now deceased, <br>
1 CONC that her name before marriage was Hannah Stout, that neither her nor her <br>
1 CONC husband had been married before and that her husband died at Binghamton, <br>
1 CONC Broome County, New York May 16, 1854, and lived since his discharge at <br>
1 CONC said Binghamton.&nbsp; She appoints Lyman W. Sherwood of Binghamton, power of <br>
1 CONC attorney.&nbsp; Her PO is Binghamton Box 102, and she signs her name.&nbsp; This <br>
1 CONC was witnessed by Hiram D. Stoddar and Sidney A Dimmich?,&nbsp; Also appeared <br>
1 CONC Alexander Stuart and Hallam E. Pratt, residents of Binghamton, that they <br>
1 CONC have known Hannah Rose for 40 years each.&nbsp; Another affidavit dated <br>
1 CONC December 8, 1887 is made to correct the date of death of her husband who <br>
1 CONC died May 16, 1855. Another&nbsp; affidavit Jan 31, 1888, Selah P. Rood aged 80 <br>
1 CONC resident of Binghamton, states she knows that James Rose died at <br>
1 CONC Binghamton May 16, 1855, that he did as sexton bury the body on 17th or <br>
1 CONC 18th of May 1855.&nbsp; Pension was rejected for it seems that the records <br>
1 CONC showed he was absent without leave since November 12, 1814 and was not <br>
1 CONC present at muster out of company 24 Nov. 1814. <br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Hannah Rose declares she is the widow of James Rose who served under <br>
1 CONC Captain Aaron DeCamp in the 83 regiment of N.Y. Militia, commanded and <br>
1 CONC enlisted at Rockland on or about Sept 13, 1814, that he was 5 feet 6 <br>
1 CONC inches tall, about 21, black hair, dark blue eyes, that she married at <br>
1 CONC town of Ninian? (Binghamton was scratched out, in county of Broom (date <br>
1 CONC blank).<br>
0 @I2001@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Samuel Sidney /Rose/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 1 Jul 1792<br>
2 PLAC Rome, Oneida County,&nbsp; New York<br>
2 SOUR @S09986@<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE WFT Est. 1793-1882<br>
1 FAMS @F158@<br>
1 FAMC @F109@<br>
0 @I2002@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Daniel /Rose/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE Sep 1793<br>
2 PLAC Rome, Oneida Co.,&nbsp; New York<br>
2 SOUR @S09986@<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE 1817<br>
2 SOUR @S09986@<br>
1 STAT Danied Rose died at age 14.<br>
1 FAMC @F109@<br>
0 @I2003@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Louise /Rose/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 24 Jan 1796<br>
2 PLAC Rome, Oneida Co.,&nbsp; New York<br>
2 SOUR @S09986@<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE 1856<br>
1 FAMS @F129@<br>
1 FAMC @F109@<br>
0 @I2004@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Hyram /Rose/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 13 Apr 1799<br>
2 PLAC Rome, Oneida county, New York<br>
2 SOUR @S09986@<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE 1858<br>
2 PLAC unknown<br>
2 SOUR @S09986@<br>
1 STAT spelling Hyrum Rose or Hirum Rose<br>
1 FAMC @F109@<br>
1 NOTE @NI2004@<br>
0 @NI2004@ NOTE<br>
1 CONC Hiram Rose had a family in Jefferson County, New York.<br>
0 @I2005@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Abraham /Rose/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 5 Oct 1803<br>
2 PLAC Utica, Oneida County,&nbsp; New York<br>
2 SOUR @S18904@<br>
3 NOTE Christine Rose Geneology Report. wft #5<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE 9 Sep 1884<br>
2 PLAC Farmington, Davis County, Utah<br>
2 SOUR @S09986@<br>
3 NOTE wft # 5. and Christine Rose Report.<br>
1 STAT died age 81<br>
1 SUBM BAPL:<br>
1 SUBM BAPL: ENDL: EH<br>
1 SURN SLGC:<br>
1 TEMP BURI: Farmington, Davis, Utah<br>
1 TEXT date of birth in Rome, Oneida Co., New York<br>
1 FAMS @F128@<br>
1 FAMC @F109@<br>
1 NOTE @NI2005@<br>
0 @NI2005@ NOTE<br>
1 CONC 1850 Census Pottowatomi County, Iowa<br>
1 CONT Abram Rose 47 m NY&nbsp; farmer<br>
1 CONT Catherine 44 f Pa<br>
1 CONT William&nbsp;&nbsp; 18 m NY<br>
1 CONT Elizabeth 17 f&nbsp; NY<br>
1 CONT Orson 13 m NY<br>
1 CONT Ann&nbsp;&nbsp; 11 f&nbsp; NY<br>
1 CONT Alley&nbsp; 9 m NY<br>
1 CONT Martha 7 f NY<br>
1 CONT Erastus 3 m Ill<br>
0 @I2006@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Jerusha /Rose/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 11 Mar 1806<br>
2 PLAC Utica, Onieda, New York<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE WFT Est. 1807-1896<br>
1 STAT twin with Rachel<br>
1 SUBM Jarusha / Jerusha<br>
1 FAMC @F109@<br>
0 @I2007@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Rachel /Rose/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 11 Mar 1806<br>
2 PLAC Utica,Onieda,&nbsp; New York<br>
2 SOUR @S09986@<br>
3 NOTE wft # 5. Christine Rose Report also.<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE 1830<br>
2 SOUR @S18904@<br>
1 STAT twin with Jerhusha (Jarusha/Jerusha)<br>
1 FAMS @F053@<br>
1 FAMC @F109@<br>
0 @I2008@ INDI<br>
1 NAME William Warren /Rose/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 11 Apr 1811<br>
2 PLAC Utica, Onieda, New York<br>
2 SOUR @S09986@<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE 1824<br>
2 SOUR @S09986@<br>
1 STAT William Warren Rose died at age 13.<br>
1 FAMC @F109@<br>
0 @I2009@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Caleb Bancrof /Rose/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 31 Aug 1813<br>
2 PLAC Utica,Onieda,&nbsp; New York<br>
2 SOUR @S18904@<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE 1861<br>
1 STAT date of birth according to WFT # 5<br>
1 SUBM date of birth according to Chritine Rose<br>
1 SUBM date of birth according to Chritine Rose Calab or Caleb spelling of first name<br>
1 FAMS @F127@<br>
1 FAMC @F109@<br>
1 NOTE @NI2009@<br>
0 @NI2009@ NOTE<br>
1 CONC 1850 Census Knox County, Ohio<br>
0 @I2010@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Sarah &quot;Sally&quot; /Pierson/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 1821<br>
2 PLAC Carthage, Athen Co, Ohio<br>
2 SOUR @S09986@<br>
3 NOTE .<br>
1 FAMS @F127@<br>
0 @I2011@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Catherine /Nicholson/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 22 Dec 1806<br>
2 PLAC Palmyra, Lebanon County, Pennslyvania<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE 1881<br>
1 STAT BAPL:<br>
1 SUBM ENDL:<br>
1 SUBM ENDL: BURI:&nbsp; Farminton, Davis, Utah<br>
1 FAMS @F128@<br>
0 @I2012@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Henry /Messick/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 FAMS @F129@<br>
0 @I2014@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Stephen /Rose/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 18 Feb 1776<br>
2 PLAC Manchester, Bennington County,&nbsp; Vermont<br>
2 SOUR @S09377@<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE WFT Est. 1777-1866<br>
1 FAMC @F111@<br>
0 @I2015@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Lydia /Rose/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 13 Aug 1779<br>
2 PLAC Manchester, Bennington County,&nbsp; Vermont<br>
2 SOUR @S09377@<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE WFT Est. 1780-1873<br>
1 FAMC @F111@<br>
0 @I2016@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Chloe /Rose/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 8 Oct 1781<br>
2 PLAC Manchester, Bennington County,&nbsp; Vermont<br>
2 SOUR @S09377@<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE WFT Est. 1782-1875<br>
1 FAMC @F111@<br>
0 @I2017@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Sarah /Rose/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 17 Nov 1783<br>
2 PLAC Manchester, Bennington County,&nbsp; Vermont<br>
2 SOUR @S09377@<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE WFT Est. 1784-1877<br>
1 FAMC @F111@<br>
0 @I2018@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Abel /Rose/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 5 Sep 1777<br>
2 PLAC Manchester, Bennington County,&nbsp; Vermont<br>
2 SOUR @S09377@<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE WFT Est. 1778-1867<br>
1 FAMC @F111@<br>
0 @I2020@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Asa /Clothier/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 FAMS @F124@<br>
0 @I2021@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Christopher /Wilson/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 FAMS @F132@<br>
0 @I2022@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Elizabeth /Shaw/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 FAMS @F133@<br>
0 @I2023@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Sarah /Cook/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 STAT Mary Cook was listed as wifes name by Christine Rose's Report<br>
1 FAMS @F134@<br>
0 @I2024@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Mary /Koch/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 FAMS @F135@<br>
0 @I2025@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Sarah /Lockwood/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 FAMS @F136@<br>
0 @I2026@ INDI<br>
1 NAME John B. /Davis/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 STAT John B David or Davis<br>
1 FAMS @F137@<br>
0 @I2027@ INDI<br>
1 NAME James Hadsel /Carr/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 FAMS @F138@<br>
0 @I2030@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Samuel /Rose/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 23 Jan 1801<br>
2 PLAC Montague, Lanark Co. Ontario<br>
2 SOUR @S09986@<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE 12 Apr 1820<br>
2 PLAC Montaque Twp, Lanark, Ontario, Canada<br>
2 SOUR @S09986@<br>
1 FAMC @F122@<br>
0 @I2031@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Charlotte /Rose/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 28 Feb 1803<br>
2 PLAC Montague, Lanark Co. Ontario<br>
2 SOUR @S09986@<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE 3 Apr 1881<br>
2 PLAC Elgin, Bastard Twp., Ontario, Canada<br>
2 SOUR @S09986@<br>
1 FAMS @F141@<br>
1 FAMS @F140@<br>
1 FAMC @F122@<br>
0 @I2032@ INDI<br>
1 NAME William /Rose/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 23 Dec 1804<br>
2 PLAC Montague, Lanark Co. Ontario<br>
2 SOUR @S09986@<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE 8 Oct 1887<br>
1 FAMS @F130@<br>
1 FAMC @F122@<br>
1 NOTE @NI2032@<br>
0 @NI2032@ NOTE<br>
1 CONC William Rose spent some time in California.<br>
0 @I2033@ INDI<br>
1 NAME John /Rose/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 26 Nov 1806<br>
2 PLAC Montaque Twp, Lanark, Ontario, Canada<br>
2 SOUR @S09986@<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE 7 Jul 1886<br>
1 FAMS @F145@<br>
1 FAMS @F146@<br>
1 FAMS @F147@<br>
1 FAMC @F122@<br>
1 NOTE @NI2033@<br>
0 @NI2033@ NOTE<br>
1 CONC John married Margaret Wood 2nd and Mary Jane Farnham 3rd.<br>
0 @I2034@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Martha /Rose/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 14 May 1809<br>
2 PLAC Montague, Lanark Co. Ontario<br>
2 SOUR @S09986@<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE 3 Sep 1879<br>
2 PLAC Tennessee<br>
2 SOUR @S09986@<br>
3 NOTE wft # 5. Christine Rose Report.<br>
1 FAMS @F148@<br>
1 FAMC @F122@<br>
1 NOTE @NI2034@<br>
0 @NI2034@ NOTE<br>
1 CONC Martha Rose (Millburn) lived in Indiana, Minnesota, and died in Tennessee.<br>
0 @I2035@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Hugh /Rose/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 7 Jun 1811<br>
2 PLAC Montague, Lanark Co. Ontario<br>
2 SOUR @S18904@<br>
3 NOTE Christine Rose Geneology Report. wft #5<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE 8 Nov 1878<br>
1 STAT date of birth according to WFT # 5<br>
1 FAMS @F149@<br>
1 FAMC @F122@<br>
0 @I2036@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Ezra /Rose/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 3 Oct 1813<br>
2 PLAC Wolford, twp., Grenville, Co. Canada<br>
2 SOUR @S09986@<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE 2 Sep 1892<br>
1 FAMS @F150@<br>
1 FAMC @F122@<br>
1 NOTE @NI2036@<br>
0 @NI2036@ NOTE<br>
1 CONC Ezra Rose lived in Nebraska.<br>
0 @I2037@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Sarah /Rose/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 21 Jan 1816<br>
2 PLAC Wolford, twp., Grenville, Co<br>
2 SOUR @S09986@<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE 26 May 1857<br>
2 SOUR @S09986@<br>
1 FAMC @F122@<br>
0 @I2038@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Henry Ryan /Rose/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 9 Dec 1822<br>
2 PLAC Wolford, twp., Grenville, Ontario, Canada<br>
2 SOUR @S09986@<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE 15 Nov 1895<br>
2 PLAC Coulterville, California<br>
2 SOUR @S09986@<br>
1 FAMS @F151@<br>
1 FAMC @F122@<br>
1 NOTE @NI2038@<br>
0 @NI2038@ NOTE<br>
1 CONC Henry Ryan Rose and Katherine Shipman had three children born in Ontario. <br>
1 CONC Henry spent the rest of his life in California.<br>
0 @I2039@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Ira Samuel /Rose/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 27 Jan 1825<br>
2 PLAC Wolford, twp., Grenville, Co<br>
2 SOUR @S09986@<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE 10 Mar 1877<br>
2 SOUR @S09986@<br>
1 STAT 2nd wife was Mary A. Dickenson<br>
1 SUBM 1st wife was Barbara Riddell<br>
1 FAMS @F052@<br>
1 FAMS @F139@<br>
1 FAMC @F122@<br>
1 NOTE @NI2039@<br>
0 @NI2039@ NOTE<br>
1 CONC Ira Rose lived in Minnesota.<br>
0 @I2040@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Barbara /Riddell/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 FAMS @F139@<br>
0 @I2041@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Daniel Harvey /Shipman/<br>
2 SOUR @S09986@<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 FAMS @F140@<br>
0 @I2042@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Isaac /Lockwood/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 FAMS @F141@<br>
0 @I2043@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Catherine /Hitchcock/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 FAMS @F130@<br>
0 @I2044@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Harriet /Coolidge/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 FAMS @F145@<br>
0 @I2045@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Margaret /Wood/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 FAMS @F146@<br>
0 @I2046@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Mary Jane /Farnam/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 FAMS @F147@<br>
0 @I2047@ INDI<br>
1 NAME John /Milburn/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 STAT John Millburn or Milburn<br>
1 FAMS @F148@<br>
0 @I2048@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Ann /McMartin/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 FAMS @F149@<br>
0 @I2049@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Ursula /Newmans/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 FAMS @F150@<br>
0 @I2050@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Jared /Rose/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 30 Jun 1818<br>
2 PLAC Wolford Grenville County, Ontario<br>
2 SOUR @S09986@<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE 12 Oct 1840<br>
2 SOUR @S09986@<br>
1 FAMC @F122@<br>
0 @I2051@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Katherine /Shipman/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 STAT Catherine Shipman spelling with WFT.. Katherine Shipman with Christine Rose<br>
1 FAMS @F151@<br>
0 @I2052@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Polly /Rose/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 FAMS @F125@<br>
0 @I2053@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Sylvia /Rose/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 FAMS @F126@<br>
1 FAMC @F125@<br>
0 @I2054@ INDI<br>
1 NAME John /Bowen/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 FAMS @F126@<br>
0 @I2055@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Maloni /Rose/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 FAMC @F125@<br>
0 @I2056@ INDI<br>
1 NAME William R. /Rose/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 FAMC @F125@<br>
0 @I2057@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Nancy /Rose/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 FAMC @F125@<br>
0 @I2058@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Chauncey /Rose/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 FAMC @F125@<br>
0 @I2059@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Ruell /Rose/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 FAMC @F125@<br>
0 @I2060@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Diadamia /Corey/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 11 Aug 1781<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE 21 Aug 1843<br>
2 PLAC Roseville, Tioga County, Pennsylvania<br>
1 FAMS @F152@<br>
1 NOTE @NI2060@<br>
0 @NI2060@ NOTE<br>
1 CONC Date of birth calculated from date of death.&nbsp; Died age 62 years, 10 days.<br>
0 @I2061@ INDI<br>
1 NAME /Phebe/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE BEF. 1850<br>
1 FAMS @F153@<br>
0 @I2062@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Erastus /Rose/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 1803<br>
2 PLAC Vt.<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE 3 Nov 1875<br>
1 STAT died age 72 years, 10 months, 11 days<br>
1 FAMC @F152@<br>
0 @I2063@ INDI<br>
1 NAME William Jr. /Rose/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 1809<br>
2 PLAC PA<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE 6 May 1871<br>
1 STAT age 62 years 2 months, 14 days<br>
1 FAMS @F156@<br>
1 FAMC @F152@<br>
0 @I2064@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Royal /Rose/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 1815<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE 10 Nov 1865<br>
1 STAT died age 50 years 17 days<br>
1 FAMS @F157@<br>
1 FAMC @F152@<br>
0 @I2065@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Joel /Rose/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 TITL Doctor<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 2 Jun 1820<br>
2 PLAC P.A. (probably)<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE 9 Jul 1868<br>
2 PLAC probably Detroit Michigan<br>
1 STAT Physician<br>
1 FAMS @F142@<br>
1 FAMC @F152@<br>
1 NOTE @NI2065@<br>
0 @NI2065@ NOTE<br>
1 CONC<br>
1 CONT Dr. Joel Rose born June 2 1820 (Hist. of Tioga Co. Pa, R.C. Brown &amp; co., <br>
1 CONC 1897 page 706.&nbsp; died July 1868 probably&nbsp; Detroit, Michigan, married <br>
1 CONC Elvira Stevens.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT From a biography in the above cited source, he attended common schools <br>
1 CONC and later studied&nbsp; medicine under Dr. Abel Humphrey of Tioga.&nbsp; He <br>
1 CONC graduated at Geneva Medical College , Geneva, New York.&nbsp; He commenced <br>
1 CONC practice at Roseville. and in 1863 removed to Detroit, Michigan where he <br>
1 CONC followed his profession until his death.<br>
0 @I2066@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Elvira /Stevens/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 PLAC Vermont<br>
1 FAMS @F142@<br>
0 @I2067@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Lanson /Rose/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 FAMC @F152@<br>
0 @I2068@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Levi /Rose/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 TITL Doctor<br>
1 STAT living in Detroit, Michigan<br>
1 FAMC @F152@<br>
0 @I2069@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Elmer /Rose/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 STAT living in South Bend, Indiana<br>
1 FAMC @F152@<br>
0 @I2070@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Celestia /Rose/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 1818<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE 1 Jul 1851<br>
1 STAT died age 33 years 9 months 25 days<br>
1 FAMS @F154@<br>
1 FAMC @F152@<br>
0 @I2071@ INDI<br>
1 NAME /Humphrey/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 FAMS @F154@<br>
0 @I2072@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Lucinda /Rose/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 FAMS @F155@<br>
1 FAMC @F152@<br>
0 @I2073@ INDI<br>
1 NAME \ /Watson/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 FAMS @F155@<br>
0 @I2074@ INDI<br>
1 NAME /Jane/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE 6 Sep 1862<br>
1 STAT died age 45 years 7 months, 9 days<br>
1 FAMS @F156@<br>
0 @I2075@ INDI<br>
1 NAME /Margaret/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 STAT census show married Margaret, family records show Mariett A.<br>
1 FAMS @F157@<br>
0 @I2076@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Hannah /Stout/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 FAMS @F131@<br>
0 @I2077@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Eleanor /Rose/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 1797<br>
2 PLAC New York<br>
1 FAMS @F158@<br>
0 @I2078@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Rachel /Rose/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 1824<br>
2 SOUR @S18904@<br>
3 DATA<br>
4 TEXT based on 1850 Census<br>
1 FAMC @F158@<br>
0 @I2079@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Henry /Rose/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 1828<br>
1 FAMC @F158@<br>
0 @I2080@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Martha /Rose/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 1833<br>
1 FAMC @F158@<br>
0 @I2081@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Maria /Rose/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 1830<br>
1 FAMC @F158@<br>
0 @I2082@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Male /Rose/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 1834<br>
1 FAMC @F158@<br>
0 @I2085@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Adeline /Rose/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 2 Dec 1831<br>
2 PLAC Howard, Steuben Co. New York<br>
2 SOUR @S18904@<br>
1 FAMC @F128@<br>
0 @I2086@ INDI<br>
1 NAME William Warren /Rose/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 6 May 1832<br>
2 PLAC Howard, Steuben Co., New York<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE Nov 1899<br>
1 FAMS @F165@<br>
1 FAMS @F164@<br>
1 FAMC @F128@<br>
0 @I2087@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Elizabeth &quot;Betsy&quot; /Rose/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 17 Jul 1835<br>
2 PLAC Howard, Steuben Co., New York<br>
1 FAMS @F163@<br>
1 FAMC @F128@<br>
0 @I2088@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Orson Hyde /Rose/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 25 Mar 1837<br>
2 PLAC Howard, Steuben Co., New York<br>
1 FAMC @F128@<br>
0 @I2089@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Ann Victoria /Rose/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 21 Jun 1839<br>
1 FAMS @F162@<br>
1 FAMC @F128@<br>
0 @I2090@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Alley Stephen /Rose/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 6 Mar 1841<br>
2 PLAC Carthage, Athens Co., Ohio<br>
1 FAMS @F161@<br>
1 FAMC @F128@<br>
0 @I2091@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Martha /Rose/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 15 May 1843<br>
2 PLAC Carthage, Athen Co<br>
1 FAMS @F160@<br>
1 FAMC @F128@<br>
0 @I2092@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Erastuas /Rose/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 25 Aug 1847<br>
2 PLAC Council Bluff, Iowa<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE 4 Jan 1910<br>
1 FAMS @F159@<br>
1 FAMC @F128@<br>
0 @I2093@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Josephine /Robinson/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 FAMS @F159@<br>
0 @I2094@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Allen /Burk/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 FAMS @F160@<br>
0 @I2095@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Alvira E. /Smith/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 FAMS @F161@<br>
0 @I2096@ INDI<br>
1 NAME William K. /Rice/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 FAMS @F162@<br>
0 @I2097@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Nathaniel /Underwood/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 FAMS @F163@<br>
0 @I2098@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Miranda /Garner/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE Apr 1835<br>
1 FAMS @F164@<br>
0 @I2099@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Elizabeth Jane /Rose/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 1854<br>
1 FAMC @F164@<br>
0 @I2100@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Sarah Ann /Rose/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 31 May 1856<br>
1 FAMC @F164@<br>
0 @I2101@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Perry LaFayette /Rose/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE Nov 1858<br>
1 FAMC @F164@<br>
0 @I2102@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Jonathan William /Rose/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 18 Oct 1860<br>
1 FAMC @F164@<br>
0 @I2103@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Elnora /Rose/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 19 May 1862<br>
1 FAMC @F164@<br>
0 @I2104@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Lucy /Brown/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 FAMS @F165@<br>
0 @I2105@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Wilburn /Rose/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 24 May 1865<br>
1 FAMC @F165@<br>
0 @I2106@ INDI<br>
1 NAME William Fred /Rose/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 15 Jan 1871<br>
1 FAMC @F165@<br>
0 @I2107@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Guy Newton /Rose/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 4 Aug 1874<br>
1 FAMC @F165@<br>
0 @I2108@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Lulu Waneata /Rose/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 8 Apr 1876<br>
1 FAMC @F165@<br>
0 @I2109@ INDI<br>
1 NAME William Warren Jr. /Rose/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 20 Aug 1879<br>
1 FAMC @F165@<br>
0 @I2110@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Alvin /Rose/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 1842<br>
1 FAMC @F127@<br>
0 @I2111@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Samuel /Rose/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 1843<br>
1 FAMC @F127@<br>
0 @I2112@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Henry /Rose/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 1846<br>
1 FAMC @F127@<br>
0 @I2113@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Celia D. /Rose/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE 1897<br>
1 FAMS @F143@<br>
1 FAMC @F142@<br>
0 @I2114@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Frank H. /Rose/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 TITL Dentist<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 16 Aug 1849<br>
1 FAMS @F144@<br>
1 FAMC @F142@<br>
1 NOTE @NI2114@<br>
0 @NI2114@ NOTE<br>
1 CONC Dentist of Wellsboro, Pa.<br>
0 @I2115@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Alvira /Stevens/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 FAMS @F143@<br>
0 @I2116@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Emma /Bush/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 FAMS @F144@<br>
0 @I2119@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Clara E. /Rose/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 FAMS @F166@<br>
1 FAMC @F142@<br>
0 @I2120@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Charles /Pepper/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 PLAC Chicago<br>
1 FAMS @F166@<br>
0 @I2121@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Elizabeth /Rose/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE BEF. 1897<br>
1 FAMC @F142@<br>
0 @I2126@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Doreen /Schuster/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 FAMS @F095@<br>
0 @I2129@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Permilla /Rose/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 ALIA Milla /Rose/<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE WFT Est. 1740-1768<br>
1 FAMS @F060@<br>
1 FAMC @F099@<br>
0 @I2130@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Jonathan /Irish/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 FAMS @F060@<br>
0 @I2131@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Nancy /Galbreath/<br>
2 SOUR @S09377@<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 FAMS @F059@<br>
0 @I2132@ INDI<br>
1 NAME David /Froom/<br>
2 SOUR @S09377@<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 FAMS @F167@<br>
0 @I2133@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Eliza Haws /Rose/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 1804<br>
2 PLAC Utica, Oneida County,&nbsp; New York<br>
2 SOUR @S09986@<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE WFT Est. 1805-1898<br>
1 FAMC @F109@<br>
0 @I2134@ INDI<br>
1 NAME /Wills/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 FAMS @F053@<br>
0 @I2135@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Jacob /Rose/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 28 May 1793<br>
2 PLAC Ontario, Canada<br>
2 SOUR @S09986@<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE WFT Est. 1794-1883<br>
1 FAMC @F117@<br>
0 @I2136@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Catherine /Rose/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 20 Jan 1805<br>
2 SOUR @S09986@<br>
1 FAMC @F117@<br>
0 @I2137@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Geroge /Perry/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 FAMS @F058@<br>
0 @I2139@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Mary /Rose/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE ABT. 1812<br>
2 PLAC Canada<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE WFT Est. 1826-1906<br>
1 FAMS @F055@<br>
1 FAMC @F105@<br>
1 NOTE @NI2139@<br>
0 @NI2139@ NOTE<br>
1 CONC Mary Rose was added to children of Ezekiel Rose and Mary Fry.&nbsp; Mary was <br>
1 CONC in the publication of Canadian Rose; infromation sent in by Joyce Clausen.<br>
0 @I2140@ INDI<br>
1 NAME George /Perry/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 FAMS @F055@<br>
0 @I2141@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Mary A. /Dickenson/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 FAMS @F052@<br>
0 @I2142@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Prudence N. /Rose/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE ABT. 1836<br>
2 PLAC Montaque Twp, Lanark, Ontario, Canada<br>
2 SOUR @S09986@<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE WFT Est. 1860-1930<br>
1 FAMS @F056@<br>
1 FAMC @F134@<br>
1 NOTE @NI2142@<br>
0 @NI2142@ NOTE<br>
1 CONC On the 1870 Census it was found Comfort and Rebecca Rose lived with <br>
1 CONC George Morehouse.<br>
1 CONT Prudence is listed as Nancy P. and they have a daughter Martha E. age 14<br>
1 CONT Census: FHL #0559851,&nbsp; 1870 Census, Clark Co. Mo.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT They also have a son Asa according to the records of Paul Linnen urger of <br>
1 CONC Mo.<br>
0 @I2143@ INDI<br>
1 NAME George /Morehouse/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 FAMS @F056@<br>
1 NOTE @NI2143@<br>
0 @NI2143@ NOTE<br>
1 CONC 1870 Census of Clark Co. Mo. City of Alexandria, Vernon Twp.&nbsp; The Census <br>
1 CONC listed him as a blacksmith.<br>
0 @I2144@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Altha Hannah /Rose/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 6 Jan 1837<br>
2 PLAC Montaque Twp, Lanark, Ontario, Canada<br>
2 SOUR @S09986@<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE 13 Nov 1922<br>
2 PLAC Alexandria, Clark Co. Missouri<br>
1 FAMS @F057@<br>
1 FAMC @F134@<br>
1 NOTE @NI2144@<br>
0 @NI2144@ NOTE<br>
1 CONC Her obituary also states that she went to Ohio from Canada when she was a <br>
1 CONC child and then moved from there to Keokuk, Iowa in 1856<br>
0 @I2145@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Andrew Jackson /McMarlin/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 STAT Occupation Cival War Vet<br>
1 FAMS @F057@<br>
1 NOTE @NI2145@<br>
0 @NI2145@ NOTE<br>
1 CONC He was buried Buena Vista Cemetery, Lee Co. Iowa.<br>
1 CONT Family information from Paul Linnenburger, LRural Route 01 Box 74, New <br>
1 CONC London, Missouri 64559-9514<br>
0 @I2146@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Prosper Amasa /Rose/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 22 Aug 1839<br>
2 PLAC Montaque Twp, Lanark, Ontario, Canada<br>
2 SOUR @S09986@<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE WFT Est. 1866-1930<br>
1 FAMS @F054@<br>
1 FAMC @F134@<br>
1 NOTE @NI2146@<br>
0 @NI2146@ NOTE<br>
1 CONC Family search: IGI<br>
0 @I2147@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Aremiaty /Lee/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 FAMS @F054@<br>
0 @I2148@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Comfort N. /Rose/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 29 Apr 1840<br>
2 PLAC Monteral Ontario, Canada<br>
2 SOUR @S09986@<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE 16 Feb 1913<br>
2 PLAC Alexandria, Clark Co. Missouri<br>
1 STAT Blacksmith<br>
1 SUBM Civil War Vet.<br>
1 FAMS @F061@<br>
1 FAMC @F134@<br>
1 NOTE @NI2148@<br>
0 @NI2148@ NOTE<br>
1 CONC Comfort was in the Civil Wa, Co E., 7th Iowa Infantry. Enlisted July 12, <br>
1 CONC 1861 and was discharged July 31, 1864.<br>
1 CONT He is buried in Frazee Cemetery.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT The 1880 Census of Clark Co. Missouri. Alexandria, had an addional child <br>
1 CONC listed. Norma age 2.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Census FHL: 1240848 1900 <br>
1 CONT Census, Clark Co. Mo<br>
1 CONT The Census listed his occupation as working in a blacksmith shop.<br>
0 @I2149@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Rebecca /Brown/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 FAMS @F061@<br>
1 NOTE @NI2149@<br>
0 @NI2149@ NOTE<br>
1 CONC She was daughter of Washington Brown.&nbsp; She is buried beside her husband <br>
1 CONC in Frazee Cemetery.<br>
0 @I2151@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Luthera Eliza /Rose/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 ALIA Lousia Eliza /Rose/<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 3 Apr 1841<br>
2 PLAC Montaque Twp, Lanark, Ontario, Canada<br>
2 SOUR @S09986@<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE WFT Est. 1882-1936<br>
1 FAMS @F062@<br>
1 FAMC @F134@<br>
1 NOTE @NI2151@<br>
0 @NI2151@ NOTE<br>
1 CONC Luthera was also know as Lousia, on the 1850 Census in Licking Co. Ohio.<br>
0 @I2152@ INDI<br>
1 NAME John /Van Falkinburgh/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 FAMS @F062@<br>
0 @I2153@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Ezekiel John James Isreal /Rose/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 ALIA Isreal /Rose/<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 2 Jul 1847<br>
2 PLAC Liberty Twp. Licking Co., Ohio<br>
2 SOUR @S09986@<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE 23 Jan 1930<br>
2 PLAC Clark Co., Mo<br>
1 FAMS @F063@<br>
1 FAMC @F134@<br>
1 NOTE @NI2153@<br>
0 @NI2153@ NOTE<br>
1 CONC His full names is Ezekiel John James Isreal Rose. He went by Isreal Rose <br>
1 CONC on the Census and on his tombstone.&nbsp; He always signed his name on letters <br>
1 CONC E.J.J.I. Rose.&nbsp; He is buried in Frazee Cemetery.&nbsp; 1900 Census FHL # <br>
1 CONC 1240848, Clark Co. Mo.<br>
0 @I2154@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Rachel Lewigo /Sheets/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 FAMS @F063@<br>
1 NOTE @NI2154@<br>
0 @NI2154@ NOTE<br>
1 CONC Rachel Lewigo Sheets was the sister to Mary Elizabeth Sheets who married <br>
1 CONC Richard Wood Rose.&nbsp; She is buried beside her husband in Frazee Cemetery. <br>
1 CONC Census FHC #1240848 1900 Clark Co., Mo.<br>
0 @I2155@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Richard Wood /Rose/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 15 Mar 1849<br>
2 PLAC Liberty Twp. Licking Co., Ohio<br>
2 SOUR @S09986@<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE 18 Feb 1931<br>
2 PLAC Sapulpa, Creek Co., Oklahoma<br>
2 SOUR @S09986@<br>
1 FAMS @F051@<br>
1 FAMC @F134@<br>
1 NOTE @NI2155@<br>
0 @NI2155@ NOTE<br>
1 CONC Richard made a living hauling wood, cutting and hauling ice during the <br>
1 CONC winter, and farmed.&nbsp; Besides living in Alexandria, they moved to Iowa for<br>
1 CONT a short time, then moved back to Alexandria.&nbsp; In 1901 they left and moved <br>
1 CONC to Sapulpa, Creek Co. Oklahoma with his son and his family.
&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; <br>
1 CONT He joined the Union Army in 1864 and was in the Wisconsin Calvary at age&nbsp; <br>
1 CONC 15, his father went with him to Wisconsin and declared that he was old<br>
1 CONT enough to fight, he was in the western campaign and did see some action <br>
1 CONC fighting Indians besides the rebels.&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; <br>
1 CONT From newspaper clipping dated Thurs. Feb. 19, 1931.<br>
1 CONT Aged Sapulpa Civil War Vet Died Last Night<br>
1 CONT Richard W. Rose, succumbs at home here.&nbsp; Funeral will be held tomorrow.<br>
1 CONT Richard W. Rose, 86, died at his home on South Elm St. at 7:25 o'clock <br>
1 CONC last night. Rose is one of the last of the blue clad boys who marched <br>
1 CONC with the quick step of youth to answer the battle cry of the Civil War, <br>
1 CONC three score and ten years ago.<br>
1 CONT He joined the Wisconsin Cavalry and fought with the Union forces on the <br>
1 CONC western front.&nbsp; He was enlisted in Co. F. Wisconsin Cavalry.&nbsp; Most of the
<br>
1 CONC time his company was with General Grant.<br>
1 CONT For many years he was active in the G.A.R. here.&nbsp; Two other Union <br>
1 CONC soldiers who survive him are &quot;Daddy&quot; Boone and George T. Anderson. &nbsp;
The <br>
1 CONC others have gone ahead one by one and Rose had missed them as they <br>
1 CONC departed.<br>
1 CONT Rose was born in Ohio, March 15, 1849.&nbsp; He was married at Alexandria, Mo. <br>
1 CONC Nov. 30, 1873 to Miss Mary Sheets.&nbsp; In 1901 Mr. and Mrs. Rose moved from <br>
1 CONC Clark county, Missouri to this city, and have made their home here since <br>
1 CONC that time.<br>
1 CONT They celebrated their golden wedding anniversary Nov. 30, 1923.&nbsp; Many of <br>
1 CONC their friends joined them in the celebration, and the aged couple <br>
1 CONC repeated again their vows, and exchanged kisses at the end of a mock <br>
1 CONC wedding ceremony.&nbsp; They celebrated their fifty-seventh wedding <br>
1 CONC anniversary last Nov.<br>
1 CONT Funeral services for the veteran will be held at the Lewis-Landrith <br>
1 CONC funeral Chapel at 2:30 o'clock tomorrow afternoon.&nbsp; Assisting in the <br>
1 CONC service will be Rev. P. J. Conkwright and Rev. E. D. Simpson, burial will <br>
1 CONC be made at the Southern Heights cemetery.<br>
1 CONT Surviving the aged man are his widow Mrs. Mary Rose; one son Omar Rose <br>
1 CONC and a Grandson Farrest Rose all of this city; a granddaughter Mrs. Mary <br>
1 CONC Collum of Enid; two nieces Mrs. Fred Teal of this city and Mrs. J. W. <br>
1 CONC Bowmon of Tulsa. Two nephews Cecil and Otto Mathena of Tulsa, and six <br>
1 CONC great grandchildren. Rose was a member of I.O.O.F. and Masonic Lodge.<br>
1 CONT !Census: FHL # 1240848 1900 Census, Clark Co. Mo <br>
0 @I2156@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Mary Elizabeth /Sheets/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 16 Apr 1848<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 CAUS stroke<br>
1 STAT died age 92 in her home 316 South Elm Street.<br>
1 SUBM came to Sapulpa<br>
1 FAMS @F051@<br>
1 NOTE @NI2156@<br>
0 @NI2156@ NOTE<br>
1 CONC !Census: FHC #1240848, 1900 Census, Clark Co. Mo.<br>
1 CONT Taken from a newspaper clipping dated 20 Jan 1941.<br>
1 CONT Mrs. Mary Rose Taken by Death<br>
1 CONT Pioneer Sapulpa Woman Age 92 succumbs; Rites to be held tomorrow.<br>
1 CONT Mrs. Mary E. Rose, Age 92, pioneer resident of Sapulpa died at her home <br>
1 CONC at 316<br>
1 CONT South Elm street shortly afternoon yesterday.&nbsp; She had been bedfast since <br>
1 CONC a<br>
1 CONT paralytic stroke in September.<br>
1 CONT She is survived by one son, O. E. Rose, two Brothers David Sheets of <br>
1 CONC Sapulpa<br>
1 CONT and Harvey Sheets of St. Louis, Mo. Several grand children and great grand<br>
1 CONT children also survive.<br>
1 CONT Funeral services will be held tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the<br>
1 CONT Landrith funeral chapel with Dr. P. J. Conkwright and Rev. A. B. Roberts <br>
1 CONC of<br>
1 CONT Rush Springs conducting the services.&nbsp; Burial will be made in South <br>
1 CONC Heights.<br>
1 CONT Pall bearers for the service will be Will Bayless, Lee Snider, John Young,<br>
1 CONT Lon McKenzie, W. B. Mathis and J. V. Whiteside.<br>
1 CONT Mrs. Rose came to Sapulpa in 1901 and has been active in welfare and <br>
1 CONC church<br>
1 CONT work throughout her life.<br>
1 CONT She was born April. 16, 1848 in Ohio and was married in Clark county, Mo. <br>
1 CONC in Nov.<br>
1 CONT 20, 1873.<br>
1 CONT Her last husband Richard W. Rose preceded her in death in Feb of 1931.<br>
0 @I2157@ INDI<br>
1 NAME O.E. /Rose/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 FAMC @F051@<br>
0 @I2160@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Anna /Rose/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 10 Dec 1836<br>
2 PLAC Montaque Twp, Lanark, Ontario, Canada<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE WFT Est. 1837-1930<br>
1 FAMC @F136@<br>
0 @I2161@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Benson Ezekiel Oray /Rose/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 10 Sep 1838<br>
2 PLAC Montaque Twp, Lanark, Ontario, Canada<br>
2 SOUR @S09986@<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE WFT Est. 1855-1928<br>
1 FAMS @F064@<br>
1 FAMC @F136@<br>
0 @I2162@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Mary /Carel/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 FAMS @F064@<br>
0 @I2163@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Vina /Rose/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 25 Oct 1840<br>
2 PLAC Montaque Twp, Lanark, Ontario, Canada<br>
2 SOUR @S09986@<br>
1 FAMS @F065@<br>
1 FAMC @F136@<br>
0 @I2164@ INDI<br>
1 NAME /Casselman/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 FAMS @F065@<br>
0 @I2165@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Isaac Wesley /Rose/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 15 Dec 1842<br>
2 PLAC Montaque Twp, Lanark, Ontario, Canada<br>
2 SOUR @S09986@<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE WFT Est. 1859-1932<br>
1 FAMS @F066@<br>
1 FAMC @F136@<br>
0 @I2166@ INDI<br>
1 NAME /Eleanor/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 FAMS @F066@<br>
0 @I2167@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Ezra A. /Rose/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 3 Nov 1844<br>
2 PLAC Montaque Twp, Lanark, Ontario, Canada<br>
2 SOUR @S09986@<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE WFT Est. 1861-1934<br>
1 FAMS @F067@<br>
1 FAMS @F068@<br>
1 FAMC @F136@<br>
0 @I2168@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Mary /Thompson/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 FAMS @F067@<br>
0 @I2169@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Ellen /Brandon/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 FAMS @F068@<br>
0 @I2170@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Amasa /Rose/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 1846<br>
2 PLAC Prescott, Ontario, Canada<br>
2 SOUR @S09986@<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE WFT Est. 1863-1936<br>
1 FAMS @F069@<br>
1 FAMC @F136@<br>
0 @I2171@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Charlotte /Collins/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 FAMS @F069@<br>
0 @I2172@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Emma Jane /Rose/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 1849<br>
2 PLAC Canada<br>
2 SOUR @S09986@<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE WFT Est. 1863-1943<br>
1 FAMS @F070@<br>
1 FAMC @F136@<br>
0 @I2173@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Omar /Ferguson/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 FAMS @F070@<br>
0 @I2174@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Mary /Rose/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 1851<br>
2 PLAC Canada<br>
2 SOUR @S09986@<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE WFT Est. 1865-1945<br>
1 FAMS @F071@<br>
1 FAMC @F136@<br>
0 @I2175@ INDI<br>
1 NAME George /Coard/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 FAMS @F071@<br>
0 @I2176@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Laura /Rose/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 1853<br>
2 SOUR @S09986@<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE WFT Est. 1854-1947<br>
1 FAMC @F136@<br>
0 @I2177@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Sarah Anne /Rose/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 1855<br>
2 SOUR @S09986@<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE WFT Est. 1869-1949<br>
1 FAMS @F072@<br>
1 FAMC @F136@<br>
0 @I2178@ INDI<br>
1 NAME /Harrington/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 FAMS @F072@<br>
0 @I2179@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Ervin C. /Rose/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 1862<br>
2 SOUR @S09986@<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE WFT Est. 1863-1956<br>
1 FAMC @F136@<br>
0 @I2180@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Liza Anne /Rose/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 BIRT<br>
2 DATE 1863<br>
2 SOUR @S09986@<br>
1 DEAT<br>
2 DATE WFT Est. 1877-1957<br>
1 FAMS @F168@<br>
1 FAMC @F136@<br>
0 @I2181@ INDI<br>
1 NAME Henry /Wilcox/<br>
1 SEX M<br>
1 FAMS @F168@<br>
0 @I2410@ INDI<br>
1 NAME /Read/<br>
1 SEX F<br>
1 FAMC @F023@<br>
0 @F001@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I0001@<br>
1 WIFE @I0002@<br>
1 CHIL @I0003@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I0070@<br>
2 _FREL Adopted<br>
2 _MREL Family member<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE 1 Apr 1981<br>
2 PLAC Miami, Oklahoma<br>
1 NOTE @NF001@<br>
0 @NF001@ NOTE<br>
1 CONC<br>
1 CONT Married in Miami Oklahoma. Gloria kept maiden name. <br>
0 @F002@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I0010@<br>
1 WIFE @I0127@<br>
1 CHIL @I0012@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I0002@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE 27 Jan 1940<br>
2 PLAC St. Joseph, Mo<br>
2 SOUR Lillian Juanita Walker<br>
1 _MEND Death of one spouse<br>
1 NOTE @NF002@<br>
0 @NF002@ NOTE<br>
1 CONC Benjamin James Walker and Lillian Juanita Rose met and married&nbsp; in St. <br>
1 CONC Joseph, Mo<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Tommy Ostroski was Jim's best friend and Thelma Brown was Juanita's best <br>
1 CONC friend.&nbsp; The boys met the girls and they fell in love and married.&nbsp; They <br>
1 CONC remained good friends after they married.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Jim's mother had passed away 2 years before they were married.&nbsp; Jim &amp; <br>
1 CONC Juanita lived with Jim's dad Walter H. Walker at 840 S. 19th St. in St. <br>
1 CONC Joseph. Their first child,&nbsp; Sharon Kay Walker, was born in this house.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Jennie Viola Linville Walker, left her wedding ring to her son Jim to <br>
1 CONC give to Juanita when they married.&nbsp; While Jim was away in the service <br>
1 CONC Walter Walker came to Juanita and got the ring and gave it to Bernice <br>
1 CONC (his second wife). Juanita cried and was upset, but there was nothing she <br>
1 CONC could do.&nbsp; Jim wrote her a lot of love letters while he was in the <br>
1 CONC service and tried to console her about the ring in one of the letters.<br>
1 CONT<br>
0 @F003@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I0013@<br>
1 WIFE @I0012@<br>
1 CHIL @I0014@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I0015@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I0016@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I0017@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I0018@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE 8 Aug 1958<br>
2 PLAC St. Joseph, Mo<br>
0 @F004@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I0024@<br>
1 WIFE @I0079@<br>
1 CHIL @I0020@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I0127@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I0023@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I0022@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I0021@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE 26 Oct 1917<br>
2 PLAC Glasgow, Montana<br>
2 SOUR Grandma Rose Bible<br>
1 _FA5<br>
2 PLAC ST. Joseph, Mo<br>
1 _FA6<br>
2 DATE 26 Oct 1917<br>
2 PLAC George Rapp minister - Glasgo, Montana<br>
1 _MEND Divorce<br>
1 NOTE @NF004@<br>
0 @NF004@ NOTE<br>
1 CONC Katie Rust and Russel Telford Rose were&nbsp; <br>
1 CONT Married Oct 26, 1917 in Glasgow, Montana<br>
1 CONT Justice of the peace was George Rapp<br>
1 CONT Witness: Nellie Delay and Robert Delay<br>
1 CONT written in Katie's bible (Revised Standard Version)<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Katie Rust-Rose talked to her girls about divorcing Russel Rose.&nbsp; She <br>
1 CONC loved him and didn't want to... but decided it was probably best.&nbsp; She <br>
1 CONC never stopped loving him.&nbsp; Russel was always gambling and drinking. They <br>
1 CONC had been married many years when they finally divorced. Russel was in <br>
1 CONC Florida and Katie was in St. Joseph, Mo.<br>
1 CONT<br>
1 CONT Katie's bible: Married Oct 26, 1917 at Glasglow Montana by George Rapp<br>
1 CONT (Justice of the Peace)&nbsp; witness Mellie DeLay and Robert Delay.<br>
0 @F005@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I0025@<br>
1 WIFE @I0021@<br>
1 CHIL @I0026@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I0027@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I0029@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I0028@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE 12 Nov 1948<br>
2 PLAC St. Joseph, Mo<br>
0 @F006@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I0032@<br>
1 WIFE @I0026@<br>
1 CHIL @I0030@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I0031@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
0 @F007@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I0046@<br>
1 WIFE @I0016@<br>
1 CHIL @I0174@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I0654@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I0047@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I0655@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE 9 Nov 1985<br>
2 PLAC Des Moines, Iowa<br>
2 SOUR Sharon Kay Walker-Weese<br>
0 @F008@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I0015@<br>
1 WIFE @I0048@<br>
1 CHIL @I0653@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I0119@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I0049@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE 9 Aug 1980<br>
2 PLAC Camp Point, Illinois<br>
2 SOUR Sharon Kay Walker-Weese<br>
0 @F009@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I0076@<br>
1 WIFE @I0002@<br>
1 CHIL @I0077@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE 6 Jun 1974<br>
2 PLAC Kansas City, Mo<br>
1 _MEND Divorce<br>
0 @F010@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I0067@<br>
1 WIFE @I0002@<br>
1 CHIL @I0068@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE 11 Sep 1965<br>
2 PLAC St. Joseph, Mo<br>
1 _FA5<br>
2 DATE Mar 1967<br>
2 PLAC St. Joseph, Mo<br>
1 _FA6<br>
2 DATE 11 Sep 1965<br>
2 PLAC Westminister Presbyterian Church by Rev. Roger E Williams<br>
1 _MEND Divorce<br>
1 NOTE @NF010@<br>
0 @NF010@ NOTE<br>
1 CONC Gloria &amp; Jerry obtained a marriage license in Savanah Missouri and <br>
1 CONC eloped. They told their parents a couple of weeks after they were married <br>
1 CONC and moved to a small apartment.&nbsp; Gloria was pregnant with Chad when they <br>
1 CONC were married. Gloria took correspondence classes to finish her high <br>
1 CONC school education.&nbsp; <br>
0 @F011@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I0068@<br>
1 WIFE @I0069@<br>
1 CHIL @I0070@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I0718@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 _FA6<br>
2 PLAC never married, lived together<br>
1 _MSTAT Other<br>
1 _MEND Death of one spouse<br>
1 NOTE @NF011@<br>
0 @NF011@ NOTE<br>
1 CONC Erin &amp; Chad lived together and had two sons, Marc Owen &amp; Matthew Scott.<br>
1 CONT They lived mostly in Independence, Mo. They never married but considered <br>
1 CONC it.<br>
0 @F012@ FAM<br>
1 CHIL @I0069@<br>
2 _FREL Adopted<br>
2 _MREL Adopted<br>
1 CHIL @I0718@<br>
2 _FREL Family member<br>
2 _MREL Family member<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE UNKNOWN<br>
0 @F013@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I0080@<br>
1 WIFE @I0020@<br>
1 CHIL @I0081@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I0256@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE 9 Mar 1940<br>
2 PLAC St. Joseph, Mo<br>
2 SOUR Pauline Riley<br>
0 @F014@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I0086@<br>
1 WIFE @I0180@<br>
1 CHIL @I0024@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE WFT Est. 1886<br>
1 _MEND Death of one spouse<br>
1 NOTE @NF014@<br>
0 @NF014@ NOTE<br>
1 CONC According to Helen Rose. Asa Russell Rose's wife died and Asa traveled <br>
1 CONC taking his son Russell with him until he met his &quot;other wife&quot; who had <br>
1 CONC Helen from a previous marriage.&nbsp; Russell and Helen were close in age. <br>
0 @F015@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I0088@<br>
1 WIFE @I0028@<br>
1 CHIL @I0724@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE 5 Mar 1988<br>
2 PLAC St. Joseph, Mo<br>
0 @F016@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I0087@<br>
1 WIFE @I0026@<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE 6 Mar 1992<br>
2 PLAC Las Vegas, Nevada<br>
0 @F017@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I0027@<br>
1 WIFE @I0091@<br>
1 CHIL @I0092@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I0093@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE 2 Jun 1990<br>
2 PLAC ST. Joseph, Mo<br>
0 @F018@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I0094@<br>
1 WIFE @I0031@<br>
1 CHIL @I1818@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I1819@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
0 @F019@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I0097@<br>
1 WIFE @I0022@<br>
1 CHIL @I0099@<br>
2 _FREL Adopted<br>
2 _MREL Adopted<br>
1 CHIL @I0098@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I0100@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I0104@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I0614@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE 1 Jul 1943<br>
2 PLAC Atchison, Kansas<br>
2 SOUR Lois Rose-Bringus<br>
0 @F020@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I0101@<br>
1 WIFE @I0098@<br>
1 CHIL @I0102@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE 19 Aug 1975<br>
2 PLAC Gladstone, Mo<br>
2 SOUR Lois Rose-Bringus<br>
0 @F021@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I0099@<br>
1 WIFE @I0103@<br>
1 CHIL @I0619@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I0620@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I0628@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE 22 Sep 1962<br>
2 SOUR Lois Rose-Bringus<br>
0 @F022@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I0120@<br>
1 WIFE @I0002@<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE 1969<br>
1 _MEND Divorce<br>
0 @F023@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I0118@<br>
1 WIFE @I0096@<br>
1 CHIL @I2410@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE UNKNOWN<br>
2 PLAC unknown<br>
0 @F024@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I0725@<br>
1 WIFE @I1892@<br>
1 CHIL @I1893@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I0086@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Unknown<br>
1 CHIL @I1895@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I1896@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE 29 Aug 1868<br>
2 PLAC Polk County, Iowa<br>
1 _FA5<br>
2 DATE 1880<br>
1 _MEND Separation<br>
0 @F025@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I0024@<br>
1 CHIL @I0107@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
0 @F026@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I0223@<br>
1 WIFE @I0081@<br>
1 CHIL @I0224@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I0225@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I0271@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE 20 Feb 1960<br>
2 PLAC Berkley, California<br>
2 SOUR Pauline Riley<br>
0 @F027@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I0086@<br>
1 WIFE @I1540@<br>
1 CHIL @I1541@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE ABT. 1903<br>
2 SOUR wft Volume # 5 copy of Marriage license<br>
1 _MEND Divorce<br>
0 @F028@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I0615@<br>
1 WIFE @I0098@<br>
1 CHIL @I0616@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I0617@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE Jul 1970<br>
1 _FA5<br>
2 DATE 1973<br>
1 _MEND Divorce<br>
0 @F029@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I0621@<br>
1 WIFE @I0620@<br>
1 CHIL @I0622@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
0 @F030@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I0619@<br>
1 WIFE @I0623@<br>
1 CHIL @I0624@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I0625@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 _FA5<br>
2 DATE 1995<br>
1 _MEND Divorce<br>
0 @F031@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I0619@<br>
1 WIFE @I0626@<br>
1 CHIL @I0627@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 _MSTAT Single<br>
0 @F032@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I0629@<br>
1 WIFE @I0100@<br>
1 CHIL @I0630@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I0633@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I0634@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE 26 Jan 1977<br>
2 PLAC Kansas City, Mo<br>
1 _MEND Divorce<br>
0 @F033@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I0630@<br>
1 WIFE @I0631@<br>
1 CHIL @I0632@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE May 1996<br>
0 @F034@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I0616@<br>
1 WIFE @I0635@<br>
1 CHIL @I0636@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 _MSTAT Other<br>
0 @F035@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I0637@<br>
1 WIFE @I0614@<br>
1 CHIL @I0638@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I0639@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE Jun 1976<br>
2 SOUR Lois Rose-Bringus<br>
1 _FA5<br>
2 DATE 1976<br>
1 _MEND Divorce<br>
0 @F036@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I0640@<br>
1 WIFE @I0614@<br>
1 CHIL @I0641@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE Jun 1987<br>
2 SOUR Lois Rose-Bringus<br>
0 @F037@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I0104@<br>
1 WIFE @I0642@<br>
1 CHIL @I0643@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE Oct 1975<br>
2 SOUR Lois Rose-Bringus<br>
1 _FA5<br>
2 DATE 18 Oct 1978<br>
2 SOUR Lois Rose-Bringus<br>
1 _MEND Divorce<br>
0 @F038@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I0104@<br>
1 WIFE @I0644@<br>
1 CHIL @I0645@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE ABT. 1984<br>
1 _FA5<br>
2 DATE ABT. 1989<br>
1 _MEND Divorce<br>
0 @F039@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I0104@<br>
1 WIFE @I0646@<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE ABT. 19 Feb 1983<br>
0 @F040@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I0014@<br>
1 WIFE @I0652@<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE 23 Sep 1983<br>
2 PLAC Des Moines, Iowa<br>
1 _FA5<br>
2 DATE Jan 1988<br>
2 PLAC Des Moines, Iowa<br>
1 _MEND Divorce<br>
0 @F041@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I0017@<br>
1 WIFE @I0656@<br>
1 CHIL @I0657@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I0658@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I0660@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE 7 May 1994<br>
2 PLAC Camp Point, Illinois<br>
2 SOUR Sharon Kay Walker-Weese<br>
0 @F042@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I0018@<br>
1 WIFE @I0679@<br>
1 CHIL @I0661@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I0662@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE 30 Nov 1985<br>
2 SOUR Sharon Kay Walker-Weese<br>
1 _MEND Divorce<br>
0 @F043@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I0017@<br>
1 WIFE @I0677@<br>
1 CHIL @I0659@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Family member<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE 28 Sep 1989<br>
0 @F044@ FAM<br>
1 WIFE @I0656@<br>
1 CHIL @I0657@<br>
2 _FREL Unknown<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I0658@<br>
2 _FREL Unknown<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
0 @F045@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I0029@<br>
1 WIFE @I0585@<br>
1 CHIL @I0166@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I0720@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I0691@<br>
2 _FREL Family member<br>
2 _MREL Family member<br>
1 CHIL @I0721@<br>
2 _FREL Family member<br>
2 _MREL Family member<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 PLAC St. Joseph, Mo<br>
0 @F046@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I0029@<br>
1 WIFE @I0695@<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE UNKNOWN<br>
2 PLAC Las Vegas, Nevada<br>
0 @F047@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I0725@<br>
1 WIFE @I0726@<br>
1 CHIL @I1787@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I0086@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE UNKNOWN<br>
0 @F048@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I0225@<br>
1 WIFE @I0335@<br>
1 CHIL @I0727@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I0728@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I0729@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE 18 Jul 1987<br>
2 PLAC Davis, California<br>
2 SOUR Pauline Riley<br>
0 @F049@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I0730@<br>
1 WIFE @I0224@<br>
1 CHIL @I0731@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE 19 May 1990<br>
2 PLAC Seattle, Washington<br>
2 SOUR Pauline Riley<br>
0 @F050@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I0271@<br>
1 WIFE @I0692@<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE 21 Dec 1985<br>
2 PLAC Davis, California<br>
2 SOUR Pauline Riley<br>
0 @F051@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I2155@<br>
1 WIFE @I2156@<br>
1 CHIL @I2157@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE 30 Nov 1873<br>
2 PLAC Alexandria, Clark Co. Missouri<br>
2 SOUR @S09986@<br>
0 @F052@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I2039@<br>
1 WIFE @I2141@<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE WFT Est. 1842-1868<br>
0 @F053@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I2134@<br>
1 WIFE @I2007@<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE WFT Est. 1820-1853<br>
0 @F054@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I2147@<br>
1 WIFE @I2146@<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE 15 Aug 1860<br>
2 PLAC Alexandria, Clark Co. Missouri<br>
0 @F055@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I2140@<br>
1 WIFE @I2139@<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE WFT Est. 1826-1859<br>
0 @F056@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I2143@<br>
1 WIFE @I2142@<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE WFT Est. 1853-1886<br>
2 PLAC Ohio<br>
0 @F057@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I2145@<br>
1 WIFE @I2144@<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE 9 Feb 1858<br>
2 PLAC Alexandria, Clark Co. Missouri<br>
0 @F058@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I2137@<br>
1 WIFE @I1930@<br>
0 @F059@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I1971@<br>
1 WIFE @I2131@<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE WFT Est. 1791-1805<br>
0 @F060@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I2130@<br>
1 WIFE @I2129@<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE WFT Est. 1756-1801<br>
0 @F061@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I2148@<br>
1 WIFE @I2149@<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE 21 Aug 1870<br>
2 PLAC Alexandria, Clark Co. Missouri<br>
0 @F062@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I2152@<br>
1 WIFE @I2151@<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE WFT Est. 1855-1885<br>
0 @F063@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I2153@<br>
1 WIFE @I2154@<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE 28 Feb 1875<br>
2 PLAC Alexandria, Clark Co. Missouri<br>
0 @F064@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I2161@<br>
1 WIFE @I2162@<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE WFT Est. 1855-1888<br>
0 @F065@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I2164@<br>
1 WIFE @I2163@<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE WFT Est. 1854-1887<br>
0 @F066@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I2165@<br>
1 WIFE @I2166@<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE WFT Est. 1859-1892<br>
0 @F067@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I2167@<br>
1 WIFE @I2168@<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE WFT Est. 1861-1894<br>
0 @F068@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I2167@<br>
1 WIFE @I2169@<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE WFT Est. 1861-1894<br>
0 @F069@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I2170@<br>
1 WIFE @I2171@<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE WFT Est. 1863-1896<br>
0 @F070@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I2173@<br>
1 WIFE @I2172@<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE WFT Est. 1863-1896<br>
0 @F071@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I2175@<br>
1 WIFE @I2174@<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE WFT Est. 1865-1898<br>
0 @F072@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I2178@<br>
1 WIFE @I2177@<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE WFT Est. 1869-1902<br>
0 @F073@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I1541@<br>
1 WIFE @I1542@<br>
1 CHIL @I1546@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I1547@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE 14 Feb 1922<br>
2 PLAC Shamrock, Oklahoma<br>
2 SOUR wft Volume # 5 -<br>
1 _FA6<br>
2 DATE 14 Feb 1922<br>
0 @F074@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I1549@<br>
1 WIFE @I1546@<br>
1 CHIL @I1550@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I1551@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE 1953<br>
2 PLAC Amarillo, Texas<br>
2 SOUR wft Volume # 5 -<br>
0 @F075@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I1554@<br>
1 WIFE @I1547@<br>
0 @F076@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I1555@<br>
1 WIFE @I1547@<br>
1 CHIL @I1559@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I1560@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
0 @F077@ FAM<br>
1 WIFE @I1781@<br>
1 CHIL @I1561@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I1782@<br>
2 _FREL Family member<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I1790@<br>
2 _FREL Unknown<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE 20 Jun 1957<br>
0 @F078@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I1563@<br>
1 WIFE @I1782@<br>
1 CHIL @I1788@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I1789@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
0 @F079@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I1565@<br>
1 WIFE @I1550@<br>
1 CHIL @I1566@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE Private<br>
0 @F080@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I1567@<br>
1 WIFE @I1559@<br>
1 CHIL @I1570@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I1571@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I1572@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
0 @F081@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I1573@<br>
1 WIFE @I1560@<br>
1 CHIL @I1577@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
0 @F082@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I1574@<br>
1 WIFE @I1560@<br>
1 CHIL @I1578@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
0 @F083@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I1790@<br>
1 WIFE @I1582@<br>
1 CHIL @I1583@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I1792@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I1793@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE Private<br>
2 PLAC Hattiesburg, Mississippi<br>
0 @F084@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I1780@<br>
1 WIFE @I1781@<br>
1 CHIL @I1561@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I1782@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I1790@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE 20 Jun 1957<br>
2 PLAC Alvin, Texas<br>
0 @F085@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I1784@<br>
1 WIFE @I1561@<br>
1 CHIL @I1580@<br>
2 _FREL Unknown<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I1786@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 _MEND Separation<br>
0 @F086@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I1541@<br>
1 WIFE @I1794@<br>
1 CHIL @I1780@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Family member<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE 29 Aug 1936<br>
2 PLAC Panhandle, Texas<br>
0 @F087@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I0086@<br>
1 WIFE @I1796@<br>
1 CHIL @I0096@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Family member<br>
1 CHIL @I1799@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Family member<br>
1 CHIL @I0089@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE ABT. 1907<br>
2 PLAC Tucum Perry, New Mexico<br>
0 @F088@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I1545@<br>
1 WIFE @I0643@<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 PLAC California<br>
0 @F089@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I1815@<br>
1 WIFE @I0030@<br>
1 CHIL @I1816@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I1817@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 _MEND Divorce<br>
0 @F090@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I0089@<br>
1 CHIL @I1890@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
0 @F091@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I1891@<br>
1 WIFE @I1890@<br>
0 @F092@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I1893@<br>
1 WIFE @I1894@<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE 29 Jan 1896<br>
2 PLAC Wayne County, Iowa<br>
2 SOUR @S18904@<br>
0 @F093@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I1896@<br>
1 WIFE @I1897@<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE 13 Feb 1899<br>
2 PLAC Holt Co. , MO. VR<br>
0 @F094@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I0725@<br>
1 WIFE @I1899@<br>
1 CHIL @I1900@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I1901@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I1902@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I1903@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I1904@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
0 @F095@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I0018@<br>
1 WIFE @I2126@<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE 9 Feb 1998<br>
2 PLAC Las Vegas<br>
0 @F096@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I1905@<br>
1 WIFE @I1909@<br>
1 CHIL @I0725@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE 1 Jun 1802<br>
0 @F097@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I1906@<br>
1 WIFE @I1927@<br>
1 CHIL @I1929@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I1930@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I1905@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I1931@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I1932@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE 1807-1808<br>
2 PLAC District of Johnstown<br>
2 SOUR @S18904@<br>
0 @F098@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I1907@<br>
1 WIFE @I1940@<br>
1 CHIL @I1967@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I1968@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I1906@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I1969@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I1970@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I1971@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I1972@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I1976@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I1977@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I1978@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I1979@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I1980@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE 1767<br>
2 SOUR @S18904@<br>
3 DATA<br>
4 TEXT according to Dora Duncan's records.<br>
0 @F099@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I1908@<br>
1 WIFE @I1939@<br>
1 CHIL @I1948@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I1950@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I1951@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I1952@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I1907@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I1941@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I1943@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I1953@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I1945@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I1954@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I2129@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE WFT Est. 1735-1767<br>
0 @F100@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I1905@<br>
1 WIFE @I1910@<br>
1 CHIL @I1911@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I1912@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I1913@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I1914@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I1915@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I1916@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I1917@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I0725@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Step<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE 26 Mar 1803<br>
0 @F101@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I1918@<br>
1 WIFE @I1911@<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE 9 Oct 1843<br>
2 PLAC Leeds, Johnstown District., Ontario, Canada<br>
0 @F102@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I1919@<br>
1 WIFE @I1912@<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE 22 Mar 1842<br>
2 PLAC Johnstown Dist., Ontario, Canada<br>
1 _FA5<br>
2 PLAC William Church<br>
0 @F103@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I1920@<br>
1 WIFE @I1913@<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE 2 Dec 1840<br>
2 PLAC Leeds, Johnstown District., Ontario, Canada<br>
0 @F104@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I1917@<br>
1 WIFE @I1921@<br>
1 CHIL @I1922@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I1923@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I1924@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I1925@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I1926@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE 18 Oct 1834<br>
0 @F105@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I1906@<br>
1 WIFE @I1928@<br>
1 CHIL @I1933@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I1934@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I1935@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I1936@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I1937@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I1938@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I2139@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
0 @F106@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I1941@<br>
1 WIFE @I1942@<br>
1 CHIL @I1985@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I1986@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I1987@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I1988@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I1989@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I1990@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I1991@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I1992@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I1993@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I1994@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE 4 Jul 1774<br>
2 PLAC Manchester, Bennington County,&nbsp; Vermont<br>
2 SOUR @S09377@<br>
0 @F107@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I1943@<br>
1 WIFE @I1944@<br>
1 CHIL @I1996@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I1997@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I1998@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I1999@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE 23 Aug 1781<br>
2 PLAC Manchester, Bennington County,&nbsp; Vermont<br>
0 @F108@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I1945@<br>
1 WIFE @I1946@<br>
1 CHIL @I2000@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE ABT. 1788<br>
2 SOUR @S09986@<br>
3 NOTE wft # 5. And Christine Rose report.<br>
0 @F109@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I1945@<br>
1 WIFE @I1947@<br>
1 CHIL @I2001@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I2002@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I2003@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I2004@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I2005@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I2006@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I2007@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I2008@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I2009@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I2133@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE 23 Aug 1791<br>
2 PLAC Manchester, Bennington County,&nbsp; Vermont<br>
2 SOUR @S09986@<br>
0 @F110@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I1949@<br>
1 WIFE @I1948@<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE WFT Est. 1756-1801<br>
0 @F111@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I1954@<br>
1 WIFE @I1955@<br>
1 CHIL @I2014@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I2018@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I2015@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I2016@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I2017@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE 21 Jul 1774<br>
2 PLAC Manchester, Bennington County,&nbsp; Vermont<br>
2 SOUR @S09377@<br>
1 _FA6<br>
2 PLAC 1st &amp; wnd Presbyterian Church, New York, NY<br>
1 _MEND Death of one spouse<br>
0 @F112@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I1956@<br>
1 WIFE @I1953@<br>
1 CHIL @I1957@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I1958@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I1959@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I1960@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE WFT Est. 1776-1790<br>
0 @F113@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I1961@<br>
1 WIFE @I1952@<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE WFT Est. 1756-1801<br>
0 @F114@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I1962@<br>
1 WIFE @I1951@<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE WFT Est. 1756-1801<br>
0 @F115@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I1963@<br>
1 WIFE @I1950@<br>
1 CHIL @I1964@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
0 @F116@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I1984@<br>
1 WIFE @I1977@<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE WFT Est. 1797-1829<br>
0 @F117@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I1967@<br>
1 WIFE @I1973@<br>
1 CHIL @I2135@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I2136@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE WFT Est. 1783-1817<br>
0 @F118@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I1968@<br>
1 WIFE @I1974@<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE 22 Feb 1795<br>
0 @F119@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I1975@<br>
1 WIFE @I1972@<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE 25 Nov 1793<br>
2 PLAC Edwardsburgh Twp, Grenville, Ontario<br>
2 SOUR @S09377@<br>
0 @F120@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I1980@<br>
1 WIFE @I1981@<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE 22 Oct 1817<br>
2 SOUR @S18904@<br>
0 @F121@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I1982@<br>
1 WIFE @I1978@<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE WFT Est. 1798-1831<br>
0 @F122@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I1970@<br>
1 WIFE @I1983@<br>
1 CHIL @I2030@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I2031@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I2032@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I2033@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I2034@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I2035@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I2036@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I2037@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I2050@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I2038@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I2039@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE 24 Dec 1799<br>
0 @F123@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I1995@<br>
1 WIFE @I1987@<br>
0 @F124@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I2020@<br>
1 WIFE @I1929@<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE 1812-1813<br>
0 @F125@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I1985@<br>
1 WIFE @I2052@<br>
1 CHIL @I2053@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I2055@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I2056@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I2057@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I2058@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I2059@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
0 @F126@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I2054@<br>
1 WIFE @I2053@<br>
0 @F127@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I2009@<br>
1 WIFE @I2010@<br>
1 CHIL @I2110@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I2111@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I2112@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE 13 Jan 1841<br>
2 PLAC Athens County, Ohio<br>
0 @F128@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I2005@<br>
1 WIFE @I2011@<br>
1 CHIL @I2085@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I2086@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I2087@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I2088@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I2089@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I2090@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I2091@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I2092@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE 7 Mar 1830<br>
2 PLAC Hornellsville, Steuben County, New York<br>
2 SOUR @S09986@<br>
0 @F129@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I2012@<br>
1 WIFE @I2003@<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE 4 Aug 1814<br>
2 SOUR @S09986@<br>
0 @F130@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I2032@<br>
1 WIFE @I2043@<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE WFT Est. 1821-1854<br>
0 @F131@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I2000@<br>
1 WIFE @I2076@<br>
0 @F132@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I2021@<br>
1 WIFE @I1932@<br>
0 @F133@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I1933@<br>
1 WIFE @I2022@<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE 2 Jun 1833<br>
2 SOUR @S09986@<br>
0 @F134@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I1934@<br>
1 WIFE @I2023@<br>
1 CHIL @I2142@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I2144@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I2146@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I2148@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I2151@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I2153@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I2155@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE 25 Feb 1835<br>
2 PLAC Johnstown Dist., Grenville, Ontario, Canada<br>
0 @F135@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I1934@<br>
1 WIFE @I2024@<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE WFT Est. 1828-1860<br>
0 @F136@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I1936@<br>
1 WIFE @I2025@<br>
1 CHIL @I2160@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I2161@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I2163@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I2165@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I2167@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I2170@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I2172@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I2174@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I2176@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I2177@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I2179@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I2180@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE 24 Dec 1835<br>
2 PLAC Grenville, Ontario, Canada<br>
0 @F137@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I2026@<br>
1 WIFE @I1937@<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE 23 May 1835<br>
2 SOUR @S09986@<br>
0 @F138@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I2027@<br>
1 WIFE @I1938@<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE 18 Mar 1835<br>
2 PLAC Grenville, Ontario, Canada<br>
0 @F139@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I2039@<br>
1 WIFE @I2040@<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE WFT Est. 1842-1868<br>
0 @F140@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I2041@<br>
1 WIFE @I2031@<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE Jul 1843<br>
2 PLAC Wolford Grenville County, Ontario<br>
0 @F141@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I2042@<br>
1 WIFE @I2031@<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE WFT Est. 1817-1849<br>
0 @F142@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I2065@<br>
1 WIFE @I2066@<br>
1 CHIL @I2113@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I2119@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I2121@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I2114@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
0 @F143@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I2115@<br>
1 WIFE @I2113@<br>
0 @F144@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I2114@<br>
1 WIFE @I2116@<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE 29 Sep 1875<br>
0 @F145@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I2033@<br>
1 WIFE @I2044@<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE WFT Est. 1823-1856<br>
0 @F146@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I2033@<br>
1 WIFE @I2045@<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE WFT Est. 1823-1856<br>
0 @F147@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I2033@<br>
1 WIFE @I2046@<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE WFT Est. 1823-1856<br>
0 @F148@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I2047@<br>
1 WIFE @I2034@<br>
0 @F149@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I2035@<br>
1 WIFE @I2048@<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE WFT Est. 1828-1859<br>
0 @F150@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I2036@<br>
1 WIFE @I2049@<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE WFT Est. 1830-1863<br>
0 @F151@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I2038@<br>
1 WIFE @I2051@<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE 10 Feb 1847<br>
2 PLAC Almonte, Lanark, Ontario, Canada<br>
2 SOUR @S09986@<br>
0 @F152@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I1988@<br>
1 WIFE @I2060@<br>
1 CHIL @I2067@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I2068@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I2069@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I2072@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I2062@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I2063@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I2064@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I2070@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I2065@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
0 @F153@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I1988@<br>
1 WIFE @I2061@<br>
0 @F154@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I2071@<br>
1 WIFE @I2070@<br>
0 @F155@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I2073@<br>
1 WIFE @I2072@<br>
0 @F156@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I2063@<br>
1 WIFE @I2074@<br>
0 @F157@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I2064@<br>
1 WIFE @I2075@<br>
0 @F158@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I2001@<br>
1 WIFE @I2077@<br>
1 CHIL @I2078@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I2079@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I2081@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I2080@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I2082@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
0 @F159@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I2092@<br>
1 WIFE @I2093@<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE 4 Jan 1868<br>
0 @F160@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I2094@<br>
1 WIFE @I2091@<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE 5 May 1843<br>
0 @F161@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I2090@<br>
1 WIFE @I2095@<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE 12 Apr 1863<br>
0 @F162@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I2096@<br>
1 WIFE @I2089@<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE 5 Oct 1857<br>
0 @F163@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I2097@<br>
1 WIFE @I2087@<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE 18 May 1852<br>
0 @F164@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I2086@<br>
1 WIFE @I2098@<br>
1 CHIL @I2099@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I2100@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I2101@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I2102@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I2103@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE 4 Dec 1853<br>
1 _FA5<br>
2 DATE 28 Dec 1868<br>
1 _MEND Divorce<br>
0 @F165@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I2086@<br>
1 WIFE @I2104@<br>
1 CHIL @I2105@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I2106@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I2107@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I2108@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
1 CHIL @I2109@<br>
2 _FREL Natural<br>
2 _MREL Natural<br>
0 @F166@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I2120@<br>
1 WIFE @I2119@<br>
0 @F167@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I2132@<br>
1 WIFE @I1976@<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE 1802<br>
2 SOUR @S09377@<br>
0 @F168@ FAM<br>
1 HUSB @I2181@<br>
1 WIFE @I2180@<br>
1 MARR<br>
2 DATE WFT Est. 1877-1910<br>
0 @S09377@ SOUR<br>
1 TITL Christine Rose Genology Report<br>
0 @S15331@ SOUR<br>
1 TITL Gregory Fittinghoff<br>
0 @S09986@ SOUR<br>
1 TITL wft # 5<br>
0 @S13058@ SOUR<br>
1 TITL Grandmother ( Gloria Walker)<br>
1 REPO<br>
2 CALN<br>
3 MEDI Book<br>
0 @S18904@ SOUR<br>
1 TITL Christine Rose Geneology Report<br>
0 TRLR<br>

				
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