Asal? Owen1

M, b. 1 December 1792, d. 21 November 1869
     Asal? Owen was born on 1 December 1792.1 He married Elizabeth Cowden Grafton on 13 July 1815 at Champaign, Ohio, U.S.A..2 Asal? Owen died on 21 November 1869 at age 76.1

Child of Asal? Owen and Elizabeth Cowden Grafton

Citations

  1. [S354] Various, http://www.rootsweb.com, http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi# Asal Owen
    # Sex: M
    # Title: Dr.
    # Birth: 1 DEC 1792 in Mason Co., Kentucky
    # Death: 21 NOV 1869 in Hancock, Tennessee TWP, Illinois
    # Note: Relative of Simon Kenton
    # Residence: 1839 Moved to St. Louis, Missouri
    # Residence: BET 1839 AND 1840 Moved to Greenville, Bond County
    # Residence: 1840 Moved to McDonough County, Illinois, just below Hill's Grove, on the farm later owned by George Baker.
    # Residence: BET 1840 AND 1841 Moved to an area near Grave's mill near Colmar in Illinois, McDonough County.
    # Reference Number: 1569
    # Note:

    David, I noticed on your
    website that you have only three children down for Asal Owens and Elizabeth
    C. Grafton. They actually had 11 children, 10 of which were born in
    Champaign County, Oh and one (Asa) on the way to Illinois (Philomath, In).
    William Owen, Asal's father, was the first acknowledged white settler (1792)
    in Champaign county. Asal describes a incident in which William and Jane
    (Dowden) Owens puts Asal and his brother (ages 5 and 3) in saddlebags on a
    horse and rushes back over to Mason Co, Ky. which is, at the time, more
    civilized and has a stockade to protect them against Indian uprisings.

    The children are:

    1) Louisa Jane - married Thomas Tabler
    2) Hester Ann - married Isaac Burdick
    3) Sarah Grafton - married William Green and then John Salisbury
    4) Bethel - married Nancy Sinclair
    5) Ambers Grafton - married Elizabeth Tyrrell
    6) William - married Margaret Fulkerson (he was a Methodist circuit rider)
    7) Lavina - married Fulkerson
    8) Thomas - married Sarah Belle Provine, Margaret Craig, and Emma Knowles
    9) Elizabeth Cowden - married George Poling
    10) Pringle Nina - married Elwood Sidwell
    11) Asa Kenton - married Nancy Edmundson
    Karen Trient: gennut1ATcomcast.net e-mail sent 10 23 2004.
  2. [S679] KaeWilson & Carl E. Wilson, "Kae Wilson," e-mail to H Mitchell, 2005, 18 march 2005 email.

Elizabeth Cowden Grafton1

F, b. 1795, d. 1865
     Elizabeth Cowden Grafton was born in 1795 at Virginia, U.S.A..1 She married Asal? Owen on 13 July 1815 at Champaign, Ohio, U.S.A..2 As of 13 July 1815, her married name was Owen.2 Elizabeth Cowden Grafton died in 1865.1

Child of Elizabeth Cowden Grafton and Asal? Owen

Citations

  1. [S354] Various, http://www.rootsweb.com, http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi
    David Paulsen DCPfamilyATfrontiernet.net.
  2. [S679] KaeWilson & Carl E. Wilson, "Kae Wilson," e-mail to H Mitchell, 2005, 18 march 2005 email.

Eva Mable Harris1

F
     As of 3 December 1929, her married name was Smalley.1 Eva Mable Harris married Russell Dale Smalley, son of Frank Smalley and Eunora Owen, on 3 December 1929.1

Citations

  1. [S700] Unknown author, The History of Beaver Including Amaqua and Beaver Townships in Boone County, Iowa, July 1982-Volume II, p. 113.

Marjorie Florence Hess1

F
     As of 25 September 1939, her married name was Smalley.1

Citations

  1. [S700] Unknown author, The History of Beaver Including Amaqua and Beaver Townships in Boone County, Iowa, July 1982-Volume II, p. 113.

Guy Owen Smalley1

M, b. 30 March 1900, d. 10 May 1954
     Guy Owen Smalley was born on 30 March 1900.1 He was the son of Frank Smalley and Eunora Owen.1 Guy Owen Smalley died on 10 May 1954 at age 54.1,2 He was buried circa 14 May 1954.1

Citations

  1. [S700] Unknown author, The History of Beaver Including Amaqua and Beaver Townships in Boone County, Iowa, July 1982-Volume II, p. 113.
  2. [S705] Marge Smalley, "Marge Smalley," e-mail to Howard Mitchell, 22 July 2005, telecon 22 July 2005.

Francis Perle Smalley1

M, b. 5 January 1898, d. 9 April 1948
     Francis Perle Smalley was born on 5 January 1898 at Boone, Iowa, U.S.A..1 He was the son of Frank Smalley and Eunora Owen.1 Francis Perle Smalley married Verna Alice Peachey on 12 January 1922.1 Francis Perle Smalley died on 9 April 1948 at age 50.1

Citations

  1. [S700] Unknown author, The History of Beaver Including Amaqua and Beaver Townships in Boone County, Iowa, July 1982-Volume II, p. 113.

Verna Alice Peachey1

F, b. 25 November 1901
     Verna Alice Peachey was born on 25 November 1901.1 As of 12 January 1922, her married name was Smalley.1 She married Francis Perle Smalley, son of Frank Smalley and Eunora Owen, on 12 January 1922.1

Citations

  1. [S700] Unknown author, The History of Beaver Including Amaqua and Beaver Townships in Boone County, Iowa, July 1982-Volume II, p. 113.

John M. Gates1

M, b. July 1876, d. 1946
     John M. Gates was born in July 1876 at Iowa, U.S.A..1,2,3 He was the son of James Bryant Gates and Nancy Carolyn Cole.1 John M. Gates was a household member in the 1880 U.S. Census of James Bryant Gates on 21 June 1880 at Dodge Township, Boone, Iowa, U.S.A.; 21 June 1880 U.S. Census, Dodge Township, Boone County, Iowa, E.D. 2, page 21A, lines 43-47, Household 177, 181.
Gates, James, white male, age 39 years, born in Canada of Canadian-born father and New York-born mother, father, farmer;
Nancy C., white female wife, age 26 years, born in Indiana of North Carolina-born parents, keeps house;
John, white male son, age 2 years, single, born in Iowa of Canadian-born father and Indiana-born mother;
Anna, white female daughter, age 4/12 years, born in February , single, born in Iowa of Canadian-born father and Indiana-born mother;
Hall, Nellie, white female boarder, age 15 years, single, does house work, born in Iowa of Swedish-born parents.3 John M. Gates married Addie P. Dingman on 19 July 1899 at Boone, Iowa, U.S.A..1 John M. Gates was enumerated in the 1900 U.S. Census: 04 June 1900 U.S. Census, Dodge Township, Boone County, Iowa, E.D. 11, sheet 5A, lines 30-32, Household 107, 107.
Gates, John, white male head, born July 1876, age 23 years, married, born in Iowa of New Canadian-born father and Iowa-born mother, farmer, could read, write and speak English;
Addie, white female wife, born June 1879, age 20 years, married, born in Iowa of Iowa-born father and New York-born mother, and speak English;
James L?., white male son, born May 1900, 0/12 year old, born in Iowa of Iowa-born parents.

They lived two doors from widowed Mary Cole. on 4 June 1900 at Dodge Township, Boone, Iowa, U.S.A..2 He was enumerated in the 1910 U.S. Census: 24 April 1900 U.S. Census, Dodge Township, Boone County, Iowa, E.D. 12, sheet 9B, lines 51-56, Household 137, 137.
Gates, John, white male head, age 32 years, married 10 years, born in Iowa of New Canadian-born (spoke English) father and Indiana-born mother, farmer, renter, could read, write and speak English;
Ada, white female wife, age 29 years, married 10 years, 4 children living , born in Iowa of New York-born parents, could read, write and speak English;
James L., white male son, 9 years, could speak English, in school;
Clyde W., white male son, age 6 years, in school;
Clifford, white male son, age 3 years;
Venice? M., white female daughter, age 6/25 years;
all children were single and were born in Iowa of Iowa-born parents; lived next door to his brother and his parents. on 24 April 1910 at Dodge Township, Boone, Iowa, U.S.A..4 He witnessed and/or was mentioned in the obituary/biography covering the burial of Nancy Carolyn Cole say 14 July 1919 Nancy Carolyn Cole, daughter of Matthew and Matilda Cole was born Dec 3, 1853 in Clay County, Indiana and passed away at her home in Dodge township at 11:45 a. m. July 11, 1919 after a short illness being at the time of her death 66 years, 7 months, and 8 days. She was united in marriage Sep. 21, 1876 to James Bryant Gates whom with she with two sons and one daughter she leaves to mourn her loss. John M. Gates, Mrs. George Harris, William H. Gates, all of Dodge township, also three girls raised since childhood. Mrs. Nellie Bass who preceded her in death several years ago; Mrs. Ada Gowin of Glenburn, N. D; Mrs. Alice Riggs of Bristol, Virginia, and Floyd Weaver for the past two years has made his home with them. Fourteen grandchildren and one brother, D. A. Cole besides a host of other relatives and friends survive. Her father and mother, one grandchild. and two sisters and three brothers having preceded her in death. All were present at the funeral except Mrs. Ada Gowin who was unable to be there on account of sickness.
She was a kind and loving wife and mother, a helpful neighbor and always ready to help those in need.
The entire family have the deepest sympathy of all in this sorrow which has come to them;

"Dearest Mother, thou hast left us, and our loss we deeply fear;
But 'tis God that has bereft us-- He can all our sorrows heal.
Yet again we hope to meet thee when the day of life is fled:
when in heaven in joy to meet thee where no farewell tear is shed."

Pastor George Heaps of Boone conducted the services at the Baptist Church at Mineral Ridge.

Music was furnished by Mrs. Ellis Hefty and Misses Mae Peterson, Pearl Miller, and Beatrice Jennings with Mrs. Charles Buechler accompanying.

Pallbearers:
S. D. Sturtz, P. O. Olson, Marvin McVicker, Alva Hannum, Frank Hannum, George Johns.5,6 John M. Gates was enumerated in the 1920 U.S. Census: circa 10 March 1920 Dodge Township, Boone County, Iowa, E.D. 17, sheet 8B, lines 74-80, Farm 164, 163.
Gates, John M, white male head, age 42 years, born in Iowa of Canada (English speaking) father and Iowa-born mother, laborer, working out;
Addie, white female wife, age 39 years, born in Iowa of New York-born parents, could read, write and speak English, no occupation;
James L., white male son, age 19 years, laborer, home farm, could read, write and speak English;
Clyde., white male son, age 16 years, laborer, home farm, could read, write and speak English, in school;;
Ruby white female daughter, age 10, could read, write and speak English, in school;
Lawrence, white male son, age 8 years, in school;
Fern, white female daughter, age 3 10/12 years;
Eva B., white female daughter, 3?/12 year of age;
all children were single, born in Iowa of Iowa-born parents. circa 10 March 1920 at Dodge Township, Boone, Iowa, U.S.A..7 He died in 1946.1 He was buried say 1947.5

Children of John M. Gates and Addie P. Dingman

Citations

  1. [S679] KaeWilson & Carl E. Wilson, "Kae Wilson," e-mail to H Mitchell, 2005, email 21 March 2005.
  2. [S500] U.S. Census Bureau, U.S. Census, 04 June 1900 U.S. Census, Dodge Township, Boone County, Iowa, E.D. 11, sheet 5A, lines 30-32, Household 107, 107.
  3. [S500] U.S. Census Bureau, U.S. Census, 21 Jun 1880 U.S. Census, Dodge Township, Boone County, Iowa, E.D. 2, page 21A, lines 43-47, Household 177, 181.
  4. [S500] U.S. Census Bureau, U.S. Census, 24 April 1910 U.S. Census, Dodge Township, Boone County, Iowa, E.D. 12, sheet 9B, lines 51-56, Household 137, 137.
  5. [S652] Larry Adams, "Boone County Genealogy Society," e-mail to Howard Mitchell, Various 2004, Mineral Ridge Cemetery Book.
  6. [S74] Unknown author, Obituary, Nancy Carolyn Cole Gates, courtesy of Kae Wilson.
  7. [S500] U.S. Census Bureau, U.S. Census, circa 10 March 1920 Dodge Township, Boone County, Iowa, E.D. 17, sheet 8B, lines 74-80, Farm 164, 163.
  8. [S354] Various, http://www.rootsweb.com, http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi Lou Pero AT aol.com.

Harriet Mabel Brown1

F, b. February 1882, d. 30 March 1919
     Harriet Mabel Brown was also known as Hattie M. Brown.2,3 Harriet Mabel Brown was also known as Harriet Brown.3 She was born in February 1882 at Iowa, U.S.A..4,5 She was the daughter of William Tellus Brown and Melissa Jane Mitchell.1 Harriet Mabel Brown was born on 8 February 1883 at Dodge Township, Boone, Iowa, U.S.A..2,6 She was a household member in the 1900 U.S. Census of William Tellus Brown on 13 June 1900 at Dodge Township, Boone, Iowa, U.S.A.; Household 144, 144
Brown, W T, head, white male, born July 1850 in Indiana of a Virginian father and Indiana-born mother, age 49 years, married 25 years, farmer;
Jennie , wife, born in April 1852, age 48 years, white female, born in Indiana of an Virginian father and a Kentuckian mother, 11 of 12 children still alive;
Hattie M., white female daughter born in February 1882, age 17 years, servant, in school for 6 months;
Earl, son, white male, born in June 1884, age 15 years, farmer laborer;
Titus, son, white male, born in May 1887, age 13 years;
Ralph, son, white male, born in May 1889, age 11 years;
Paul, son, white male, born in August 1890, age 9 years;
Benjamin, son, white male, born in April 1892, age 7 years.



all children were single, born in Iowa of Indiana-born parents and rest of children had been in school for 8 months that year;
all could read, write and speak English.7
As of 13 June 1900, Harriet Mabel Brown was also known as Hattie Mabel Brown.5 As of 28 January 1903, her married name was Gates.2 She died on 30 March 1919 at Dodge Township, Boone, Iowa, U.S.A., at age 37.2 She was buried say 3 April 1919 at Mineral Ridge Cemetery, Northwest Section 18, Dodge Township, Ridgeport (Mineral Ridge), Boone, Iowa, U.S.A..2

Child of Harriet Mabel Brown

Citations

  1. [S354] Various, http://www.rootsweb.com.
  2. [S652] Larry Adams, "Boone County Genealogy Society," e-mail to Howard Mitchell, Various 2004, Mineral Ridge Cemetery Book.
  3. [S679] KaeWilson & Carl E. Wilson, "Kae Wilson," e-mail to H Mitchell, 2005, 29 July 2006 email Obit of William H. Gates.
  4. [S354] Various, http://www.rootsweb.com, http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi e-mail address.
  5. [S500] U.S. Census Bureau, U.S. Census, 1900 U.S. Census, Dodge Township, Boone County, Iowa, E.D. 11, sheet 9A, lines 1-9, 13 June 1900.
  6. [S74] Unknown author, Obituary, The Boone (IA) News-Republican, 22 Dec 1934, p. 5 for Mrs (Melissa) Jane Mitchell Brown.
  7. [S500] U.S. Census Bureau, U.S. Census, 1900 U.S. Census, Dodge Township, Boone County, Iowa, E.D. 11, sheet 9A, lines 1-9, 13 June 1900.
  8. [S500] U.S. Census Bureau, U.S. Census, 24 April 1910 U.S. Census, Dodge Township, Boone County, Iowa, E.D. 12, sheet 9A, lines 46-47, Household 136, 136.

Russell J. Fleming1

M, b. circa 9 May 1907, d. 1 March 1997
     Russell J. Fleming was born circa 9 May 1907 at Iowa, U.S.A..2,3 He was the son of Edward Fleming.2 Russell J. Fleming died on 1 March 1997 His SSDI reads: RUSSELL FLEMING 09 May 1907 01 Mar 1997 (V)50036 (Boone, Boone, IA)(none specified) 479-10-5891 Iowa.3

Citations

  1. [S679] KaeWilson & Carl E. Wilson, "Kae Wilson," e-mail to H Mitchell, 2005, email 21 March 2005.
  2. [S679] KaeWilson & Carl E. Wilson, "Kae Wilson," e-mail to H Mitchell, 2005, 29 July 2006 email marriage article on Doris Margerite Gates.
  3. [S112] Unknown author, Social Security Death Index:.

Addie P. Dingman1

F, b. 1880, d. say 1967
     Addie P. Dingman was also known as Ada P. Dingman.2 She was born in 1880 at Iowa, U.S.A..1,2 As of 19 July 1899, her married name was Gates.1 She married John M. Gates, son of James Bryant Gates and Nancy Carolyn Cole, on 19 July 1899 at Boone, Iowa, U.S.A..1 Addie P. Dingman was a household member in the 1900 U.S. Census of John M. Gates on 4 June 1900 at Dodge Township, Boone, Iowa, U.S.A.; 04 June 1900 U.S. Census, Dodge Township, Boone County, Iowa, E.D. 11, sheet 5A, lines 30-32, Household 107, 107.
Gates, John, white male head, born July 1876, age 23 years, married, born in Iowa of New Canadian-born father and Iowa-born mother, farmer, could read, write and speak English;
Addie, white female wife, born June 1879, age 20 years, married, born in Iowa of Iowa-born father and New York-born mother, and speak English;
James L?., white male son, born May 1900, 0/12 year old, born in Iowa of Iowa-born parents.

They lived two doors from widowed Mary Cole.3 Addie P. Dingman was a household member in the 1910 U.S. Census of John M. Gates on 24 April 1910 at Dodge Township, Boone, Iowa, U.S.A.; 24 April 1900 U.S. Census, Dodge Township, Boone County, Iowa, E.D. 12, sheet 9B, lines 51-56, Household 137, 137.
Gates, John, white male head, age 32 years, married 10 years, born in Iowa of New Canadian-born (spoke English) father and Indiana-born mother, farmer, renter, could read, write and speak English;
Ada, white female wife, age 29 years, married 10 years, 4 children living , born in Iowa of New York-born parents, could read, write and speak English;
James L., white male son, 9 years, could speak English, in school;
Clyde W., white male son, age 6 years, in school;
Clifford, white male son, age 3 years;
Venice? M., white female daughter, age 6/25 years;
all children were single and were born in Iowa of Iowa-born parents; lived next door to his brother and his parents.2 Addie P. Dingman was a household member in the 1920 U.S. Census of John M. Gates circa 10 March 1920 at Dodge Township, Boone, Iowa, U.S.A.; circa 10 March 1920 Dodge Township, Boone County, Iowa, E.D. 17, sheet 8B, lines 74-80, Farm 164, 163.
Gates, John M, white male head, age 42 years, born in Iowa of Canada (English speaking) father and Iowa-born mother, laborer, working out;
Addie, white female wife, age 39 years, born in Iowa of New York-born parents, could read, write and speak English, no occupation;
James L., white male son, age 19 years, laborer, home farm, could read, write and speak English;
Clyde., white male son, age 16 years, laborer, home farm, could read, write and speak English, in school;;
Ruby white female daughter, age 10, could read, write and speak English, in school;
Lawrence, white male son, age 8 years, in school;
Fern, white female daughter, age 3 10/12 years;
Eva B., white female daughter, 3?/12 year of age;
all children were single, born in Iowa of Iowa-born parents.4 Addie P. Dingman witnessed and/or was mentioned in the obituary/biography covering the burial of John M. Gates say 1947.5 Addie P. Dingman died say 1967.1 She was buried say 1968.5

Children of Addie P. Dingman and John M. Gates

Citations

  1. [S679] KaeWilson & Carl E. Wilson, "Kae Wilson," e-mail to H Mitchell, 2005, email 21 March 2005.
  2. [S500] U.S. Census Bureau, U.S. Census, 24 April 1910 U.S. Census, Dodge Township, Boone County, Iowa, E.D. 12, sheet 9B, lines 51-56, Household 137, 137.
  3. [S500] U.S. Census Bureau, U.S. Census, 04 June 1900 U.S. Census, Dodge Township, Boone County, Iowa, E.D. 11, sheet 5A, lines 30-32, Household 107, 107.
  4. [S500] U.S. Census Bureau, U.S. Census, circa 10 March 1920 Dodge Township, Boone County, Iowa, E.D. 17, sheet 8B, lines 74-80, Farm 164, 163.
  5. [S652] Larry Adams, "Boone County Genealogy Society," e-mail to Howard Mitchell, Various 2004, Mineral Ridge Cemetery Book.
  6. [S354] Various, http://www.rootsweb.com, http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi Lou Pero AT aol.com.

E. Clifford Gates1

M, b. 1906, d. 1927
     E. Clifford Gates was born in 1906.1 He was the son of John M. Gates and Addie P. Dingman.1 E. Clifford Gates was a household member in the 1910 U.S. Census of John M. Gates on 24 April 1910 at Dodge Township, Boone, Iowa, U.S.A.; 24 April 1900 U.S. Census, Dodge Township, Boone County, Iowa, E.D. 12, sheet 9B, lines 51-56, Household 137, 137.
Gates, John, white male head, age 32 years, married 10 years, born in Iowa of New Canadian-born (spoke English) father and Indiana-born mother, farmer, renter, could read, write and speak English;
Ada, white female wife, age 29 years, married 10 years, 4 children living , born in Iowa of New York-born parents, could read, write and speak English;
James L., white male son, 9 years, could speak English, in school;
Clyde W., white male son, age 6 years, in school;
Clifford, white male son, age 3 years;
Venice? M., white female daughter, age 6/25 years;
all children were single and were born in Iowa of Iowa-born parents; lived next door to his brother and his parents.2 E. Clifford Gates was a household member in the 1920 U.S. Census of John M. Gates circa 10 March 1920 at Dodge Township, Boone, Iowa, U.S.A.; circa 10 March 1920 Dodge Township, Boone County, Iowa, E.D. 17, sheet 8B, lines 74-80, Farm 164, 163.
Gates, John M, white male head, age 42 years, born in Iowa of Canada (English speaking) father and Iowa-born mother, laborer, working out;
Addie, white female wife, age 39 years, born in Iowa of New York-born parents, could read, write and speak English, no occupation;
James L., white male son, age 19 years, laborer, home farm, could read, write and speak English;
Clyde., white male son, age 16 years, laborer, home farm, could read, write and speak English, in school;;
Ruby white female daughter, age 10, could read, write and speak English, in school;
Lawrence, white male son, age 8 years, in school;
Fern, white female daughter, age 3 10/12 years;
Eva B., white female daughter, 3?/12 year of age;
all children were single, born in Iowa of Iowa-born parents.3 E. Clifford Gates married Mildred Pollard, daughter of Claude Logan Pollard, say 1926.4 E. Clifford Gates died in 1927.1 He was buried say 1928.4

Citations

  1. [S354] Various, http://www.rootsweb.com, http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi Lou Pero AT aol.com.
  2. [S500] U.S. Census Bureau, U.S. Census, 24 April 1910 U.S. Census, Dodge Township, Boone County, Iowa, E.D. 12, sheet 9B, lines 51-56, Household 137, 137.
  3. [S500] U.S. Census Bureau, U.S. Census, circa 10 March 1920 Dodge Township, Boone County, Iowa, E.D. 17, sheet 8B, lines 74-80, Farm 164, 163.
  4. [S652] Larry Adams, "Boone County Genealogy Society," e-mail to Howard Mitchell, Various 2004, Mineral Ridge Cemetery Book.

James L. Gates1,2

M, b. May 1900
     James L. Gates was born in May 1900 at Dodge Township, Boone, Iowa, U.S.A..1 He was the son of John M. Gates and Addie P. Dingman.1 James L. Gates was a household member in the 1900 U.S. Census of John M. Gates on 4 June 1900 at Dodge Township, Boone, Iowa, U.S.A.; 04 June 1900 U.S. Census, Dodge Township, Boone County, Iowa, E.D. 11, sheet 5A, lines 30-32, Household 107, 107.
Gates, John, white male head, born July 1876, age 23 years, married, born in Iowa of New Canadian-born father and Iowa-born mother, farmer, could read, write and speak English;
Addie, white female wife, born June 1879, age 20 years, married, born in Iowa of Iowa-born father and New York-born mother, and speak English;
James L?., white male son, born May 1900, 0/12 year old, born in Iowa of Iowa-born parents.

They lived two doors from widowed Mary Cole.1 James L. Gates was a household member in the 1910 U.S. Census of John M. Gates on 24 April 1910 at Dodge Township, Boone, Iowa, U.S.A.; 24 April 1900 U.S. Census, Dodge Township, Boone County, Iowa, E.D. 12, sheet 9B, lines 51-56, Household 137, 137.
Gates, John, white male head, age 32 years, married 10 years, born in Iowa of New Canadian-born (spoke English) father and Indiana-born mother, farmer, renter, could read, write and speak English;
Ada, white female wife, age 29 years, married 10 years, 4 children living , born in Iowa of New York-born parents, could read, write and speak English;
James L., white male son, 9 years, could speak English, in school;
Clyde W., white male son, age 6 years, in school;
Clifford, white male son, age 3 years;
Venice? M., white female daughter, age 6/25 years;
all children were single and were born in Iowa of Iowa-born parents; lived next door to his brother and his parents.3 James L. Gates was a household member in the 1920 U.S. Census of John M. Gates circa 10 March 1920 at Dodge Township, Boone, Iowa, U.S.A.; circa 10 March 1920 Dodge Township, Boone County, Iowa, E.D. 17, sheet 8B, lines 74-80, Farm 164, 163.
Gates, John M, white male head, age 42 years, born in Iowa of Canada (English speaking) father and Iowa-born mother, laborer, working out;
Addie, white female wife, age 39 years, born in Iowa of New York-born parents, could read, write and speak English, no occupation;
James L., white male son, age 19 years, laborer, home farm, could read, write and speak English;
Clyde., white male son, age 16 years, laborer, home farm, could read, write and speak English, in school;;
Ruby white female daughter, age 10, could read, write and speak English, in school;
Lawrence, white male son, age 8 years, in school;
Fern, white female daughter, age 3 10/12 years;
Eva B., white female daughter, 3?/12 year of age;
all children were single, born in Iowa of Iowa-born parents.4

Citations

  1. [S500] U.S. Census Bureau, U.S. Census, 04 June 1900 U.S. Census, Dodge Township, Boone County, Iowa, E.D. 11, sheet 5A, lines 30-32, Household 107, 107.
  2. [S500] U.S. Census Bureau, U.S. Census, 24 April 1900 U.S. Census, Dodge Township, Boone County, Iowa, E.D. 12, sheet 9B, lines 51-56, Household 137, 137.
  3. [S500] U.S. Census Bureau, U.S. Census, 24 April 1910 U.S. Census, Dodge Township, Boone County, Iowa, E.D. 12, sheet 9B, lines 51-56, Household 137, 137.
  4. [S500] U.S. Census Bureau, U.S. Census, circa 10 March 1920 Dodge Township, Boone County, Iowa, E.D. 17, sheet 8B, lines 74-80, Farm 164, 163.

Mildred Pollard1

F, b. 1905
     Mildred Pollard was buried at Mineral Ridge Cemetery, Northwest Section 18, Dodge Township, Ridgeport (Mineral Ridge), Boone, Iowa, U.S.A., 42.175000,-93.926667.1 She was born in 1905.1,2 She was the daughter of Claude Logan Pollard.2 Mildred Pollard was a household member in the 1920 U.S. Census of Claude Logan Pollard on 12 January 1920; 12 January 1920 U.S. Census, North Half, Des Moines Township, Boone County, Iowa, E.D. 5, sheet 1A, lines 77-83, Household 10, 10.
Pollard, C. L., white male head, age 46 years, born in Iowa of Kentucky-born parents, farmer, could read, write and speak English;
Mabel, white female wife, age 44 years, married, born in Iowa of English-born father and Swedish-born and speaking mother, could read, write and speak English, no occupation;
Theodore, white male son, age 17 years, could read, write and speak English, in school;
Mildred, white female daughter, age 14 years, could read, write and speak English, in school;
Thresa, white female daughter, age 10 years, could read, write and speak English, in school;
Grace, white female daughter, age 5 years, in school;
William, white male son, age 1 year;
all children were single, born in Iowa of Iowa-born parents.
all children were single and born in Iowa.2 As of say 1926, her married name was Gates.1 Mildred Pollard married E. Clifford Gates, son of John M. Gates and Addie P. Dingman, say 1926.1

Citations

  1. [S652] Larry Adams, "Boone County Genealogy Society," e-mail to Howard Mitchell, Various 2004, Mineral Ridge Cemetery Book.
  2. [S500] U.S. Census Bureau, U.S. Census, 12 January 1920 U.S. Census, North Half, Des Moines Township, Boone County, Iowa, E.D. 5, sheet 1A, lines 77-83, Household 10, 10.

Ira Cole1

M, b. June 1895
     Ira Cole was born in June 1895 at Dodge Township, Boone, Iowa, U.S.A..1 He was the son of David Allen Cole and Martha Baker.1 Ira Cole was a household member in the 1900 U.S. Census of David Allen Cole on 6 June 1900 at Dodge Township, Boone, Iowa, U.S.A.; 06 Jun 1900 U.S Census, Dodge Township, Boone County, Iowa, E.D. 11, page 3B, lines 51-57, Household 52, 52.
Cole, Dave, white male head, married 23 years, born in June 1856, born in Iowa of Indiana-born parents, farmer;
Martha, white female, age 45 years, born October 1854, married 23 years, six of seven children born still alive, born in Iowa of Indiana-born parents;
Fred., white male son, age 17 years, born August 1882, farm laborer;
Mathew, white male son, age 16 years, born November 1883, farm laborer;
John, white male son, age 12 years, born March? 1887, farm laborer;
Clarence, white male son, age 7 years, born February? 1893, age 7 years, in school;
Ira, white male son, age 4 years, born June 1895;
all could read, write and speak English except for Ira;
all children were single and born in Iowa of Iowa-born parents;
they lived next door to his mother, Matilda Cole and three doors away from the Ray family and Ollie Mitchell Baker.1

Citations

  1. [S500] U.S. Census Bureau, U.S. Census, 06 Jun 1900 U.S Census, Dodge Township, Boone County, Iowa, E.D. 11, page 3B, lines 51-57, Household 52, 52..

Frederick Cole1

M, b. August 1882
     Frederick Cole was born in August 1882 at Dodge Township, Boone, Iowa, U.S.A..1 He was the son of David Allen Cole and Martha Baker.1 Frederick Cole was a household member in the 1900 U.S. Census of David Allen Cole on 6 June 1900 at Dodge Township, Boone, Iowa, U.S.A.; 06 Jun 1900 U.S Census, Dodge Township, Boone County, Iowa, E.D. 11, page 3B, lines 51-57, Household 52, 52.
Cole, Dave, white male head, married 23 years, born in June 1856, born in Iowa of Indiana-born parents, farmer;
Martha, white female, age 45 years, born October 1854, married 23 years, six of seven children born still alive, born in Iowa of Indiana-born parents;
Fred., white male son, age 17 years, born August 1882, farm laborer;
Mathew, white male son, age 16 years, born November 1883, farm laborer;
John, white male son, age 12 years, born March? 1887, farm laborer;
Clarence, white male son, age 7 years, born February? 1893, age 7 years, in school;
Ira, white male son, age 4 years, born June 1895;
all could read, write and speak English except for Ira;
all children were single and born in Iowa of Iowa-born parents;
they lived next door to his mother, Matilda Cole and three doors away from the Ray family and Ollie Mitchell Baker.2 Frederick Cole witnessed and/or was mentioned in the obituary/biography covering the burial of Ollie Melinda Price on 2 May 1916 Her tombstone reads, Harris, Ollie M., born 17 Nov, 1881- died 29 April 1916.

Her obit reads: The funeral services of Mrs. W. L. Harris whose death occurred on Sat. were held from M. E. Church at Mineral Ridge at 2 o'clock Tuesday and was attended by a large number of sorrowing relatives and friends. The services were conducted by Rev. J. A. Howard of Des Moines. The Musical selections were given by Mrs. Harry Marston, Mrs. Ellis Hefty, Mrs. Grant Jennings and Miss Elle Peterson with Mrs. Charles Buechler as accompanist.
Cousins of the deceased acted as Pall Bearers: Stephen Baker, Curtis Lindmark, Fred Cole, Julia Cole, William Gates, and James Cole.
Ollie M. Price, second daughter of James and Anna Price, was born Nov 17, 1881 and died at her home, Sat. Apr 29, 1916 at the age 34, 5 months and 12 days. She was united in marriage to W. L. Harris on April 12, 1899. To this union was born nine children, five sons and four daughters: Hazel, Minnie, Dick, William, Floyd, Gladys, Clyde, Alta, and Ralph. Floyd having preceded her in death. Besides her husband and children, she leaves her father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. James Price and two sisters Mrs. L. W. Craven and Mrs. Eli Craven, to whom are given the sympathy of the entire community in their bereavement.3

Citations

  1. [S500] U.S. Census Bureau, U.S. Census, 06 Jun 1900 U.S Census, Dodge Township, Boone County, Iowa, E.D. 11, page 3B, lines 51-57, Household 52, 52.
  2. [S500] U.S. Census Bureau, U.S. Census, 06 Jun 1900 U.S Census, Dodge Township, Boone County, Iowa, E.D. 11, page 3B, lines 51-57, Household 52, 52..
  3. [S652] Larry Adams, "Boone County Genealogy Society," e-mail to Howard Mitchell, Various 2004, Mineral Ridge Cemetery Book.

Mathew Cole II1

M, b. November 1883
     Mathew Cole II was born in November 1883 at Dodge Township, Boone, Iowa, U.S.A..1 He was the son of David Allen Cole and Martha Baker.1 Mathew Cole II was a household member in the 1900 U.S. Census of David Allen Cole on 6 June 1900 at Dodge Township, Boone, Iowa, U.S.A.; 06 Jun 1900 U.S Census, Dodge Township, Boone County, Iowa, E.D. 11, page 3B, lines 51-57, Household 52, 52.
Cole, Dave, white male head, married 23 years, born in June 1856, born in Iowa of Indiana-born parents, farmer;
Martha, white female, age 45 years, born October 1854, married 23 years, six of seven children born still alive, born in Iowa of Indiana-born parents;
Fred., white male son, age 17 years, born August 1882, farm laborer;
Mathew, white male son, age 16 years, born November 1883, farm laborer;
John, white male son, age 12 years, born March? 1887, farm laborer;
Clarence, white male son, age 7 years, born February? 1893, age 7 years, in school;
Ira, white male son, age 4 years, born June 1895;
all could read, write and speak English except for Ira;
all children were single and born in Iowa of Iowa-born parents;
they lived next door to his mother, Matilda Cole and three doors away from the Ray family and Ollie Mitchell Baker.2

Citations

  1. [S500] U.S. Census Bureau, U.S. Census, 06 Jun 1900 U.S Census, Dodge Township, Boone County, Iowa, E.D. 11, page 3B, lines 51-57, Household 52, 52.
  2. [S500] U.S. Census Bureau, U.S. Census, 06 Jun 1900 U.S Census, Dodge Township, Boone County, Iowa, E.D. 11, page 3B, lines 51-57, Household 52, 52..

John Cole1

M, b. March 1887
     John Cole was born in March 1887 at Dodge Township, Boone, Iowa, U.S.A..1 He was the son of David Allen Cole and Martha Baker.1 John Cole was a household member in the 1900 U.S. Census of David Allen Cole on 6 June 1900 at Dodge Township, Boone, Iowa, U.S.A.; 06 Jun 1900 U.S Census, Dodge Township, Boone County, Iowa, E.D. 11, page 3B, lines 51-57, Household 52, 52.
Cole, Dave, white male head, married 23 years, born in June 1856, born in Iowa of Indiana-born parents, farmer;
Martha, white female, age 45 years, born October 1854, married 23 years, six of seven children born still alive, born in Iowa of Indiana-born parents;
Fred., white male son, age 17 years, born August 1882, farm laborer;
Mathew, white male son, age 16 years, born November 1883, farm laborer;
John, white male son, age 12 years, born March? 1887, farm laborer;
Clarence, white male son, age 7 years, born February? 1893, age 7 years, in school;
Ira, white male son, age 4 years, born June 1895;
all could read, write and speak English except for Ira;
all children were single and born in Iowa of Iowa-born parents;
they lived next door to his mother, Matilda Cole and three doors away from the Ray family and Ollie Mitchell Baker.2

Citations

  1. [S500] U.S. Census Bureau, U.S. Census, 06 Jun 1900 U.S Census, Dodge Township, Boone County, Iowa, E.D. 11, page 3B, lines 51-57, Household 52, 52.
  2. [S500] U.S. Census Bureau, U.S. Census, 06 Jun 1900 U.S Census, Dodge Township, Boone County, Iowa, E.D. 11, page 3B, lines 51-57, Household 52, 52..

Clarence Cole1

M, b. February 1893
     Clarence Cole was born in February 1893 at Dodge Township, Boone, Iowa, U.S.A..1 He was the son of David Allen Cole and Martha Baker.1 Clarence Cole was a household member in the 1900 U.S. Census of David Allen Cole on 6 June 1900 at Dodge Township, Boone, Iowa, U.S.A.; 06 Jun 1900 U.S Census, Dodge Township, Boone County, Iowa, E.D. 11, page 3B, lines 51-57, Household 52, 52.
Cole, Dave, white male head, married 23 years, born in June 1856, born in Iowa of Indiana-born parents, farmer;
Martha, white female, age 45 years, born October 1854, married 23 years, six of seven children born still alive, born in Iowa of Indiana-born parents;
Fred., white male son, age 17 years, born August 1882, farm laborer;
Mathew, white male son, age 16 years, born November 1883, farm laborer;
John, white male son, age 12 years, born March? 1887, farm laborer;
Clarence, white male son, age 7 years, born February? 1893, age 7 years, in school;
Ira, white male son, age 4 years, born June 1895;
all could read, write and speak English except for Ira;
all children were single and born in Iowa of Iowa-born parents;
they lived next door to his mother, Matilda Cole and three doors away from the Ray family and Ollie Mitchell Baker.2

Citations

  1. [S500] U.S. Census Bureau, U.S. Census, 06 Jun 1900 U.S Census, Dodge Township, Boone County, Iowa, E.D. 11, page 3B, lines 51-57, Household 52, 52.
  2. [S500] U.S. Census Bureau, U.S. Census, 06 Jun 1900 U.S Census, Dodge Township, Boone County, Iowa, E.D. 11, page 3B, lines 51-57, Household 52, 52..

Infant son Cole1

M, b. say 1 December 1865, d. 8 December 1865
     Infant son Cole was born say 1 December 1865 at Dodge Township, Boone, Iowa, U.S.A..1 He was the son of David Allen Cole and Martha Baker.1 Infant son Cole died on 8 December 1865 at Dodge Township, Boone, Iowa, U.S.A..1 He was buried say 11 December 1865.1,2

Citations

  1. [S679] KaeWilson & Carl E. Wilson, "Kae Wilson," e-mail to H Mitchell, 2005, email 23 March 2005a.
  2. [S652] Larry Adams, "Boone County Genealogy Society," e-mail to Howard Mitchell, Various 2004, Mineral Ridge Cemetery Book.

Reverend Lewis Doran1

M, b. 1817, d. March 1899
     Reverend Lewis Doran was also known as Louis Doran.2 He was born in 1817 at Ohio, U.S.A..2 He married Jane (?) say 1849. Reverend Lewis Doran was enumerated in the 1870 U.S. Census: 19 August 1870 Des Moines Township, Boone County, Iowa, p. 11, lines 30-34, Household 78, 78.
Doran, Louis, white male, age 46 years, farmer, $3,000 in real property, $1,078 in personal property, born in Ohio;
Jane, white female, age 46 years, could read, but not write, born in Minnesota;
Jacob, white male, age 19 years, works home, had been in school;
William, white male, age 15 years, had been in school;
Emma, white female age 13 years, had been in school;
all children were single and born in Iowa. on 19 August 1870 at Des Moines Township, Boone, Iowa, U.S.A..3 He died in March 1899.1 He was buried say April 1899.1

Children of Reverend Lewis Doran and Jane (?)

Citations

  1. [S354] Various, http://www.rootsweb.com, basscemetery.htm.
  2. [S500] U.S. Census Bureau, U.S. Census, 19 August 187 Des Moines Township, Boone County, Iowa, p. 11, lines 30-34, Household 78, 78.
  3. [S500] U.S. Census Bureau, U.S. Census, 19 August 1870 Des Moines Township, Boone County, Iowa, p. 11, lines 30-34, Household 78, 78.

Jane (?)1

F, b. 12 January 1822, d. 14 September 1894
     Jane (?) was born on 12 January 1822.1,2 She married Reverend Lewis Doran say 1849. As of say 1849, her married name was Doran.1 Jane (?) was a household member in the 1870 U.S. Census of Reverend Lewis Doran on 19 August 1870 at Des Moines Township, Boone, Iowa, U.S.A.; 19 August 1870 Des Moines Township, Boone County, Iowa, p. 11, lines 30-34, Household 78, 78.
Doran, Louis, white male, age 46 years, farmer, $3,000 in real property, $1,078 in personal property, born in Ohio;
Jane, white female, age 46 years, could read, but not write, born in Minnesota;
Jacob, white male, age 19 years, works home, had been in school;
William, white male, age 15 years, had been in school;
Emma, white female age 13 years, had been in school;
all children were single and born in Iowa.3 Jane (?) died on 14 September 1894 at age 72.1 She was buried circa 17 September 1894.2

Children of Jane (?) and Reverend Lewis Doran

Citations

  1. [S500] U.S. Census Bureau, U.S. Census, 19 August 187 Des Moines Township, Boone County, Iowa, p. 11, lines 30-34, Household 78, 78.
  2. [S354] Various, http://www.rootsweb.com, basscemetery.htm.
  3. [S500] U.S. Census Bureau, U.S. Census, 19 August 1870 Des Moines Township, Boone County, Iowa, p. 11, lines 30-34, Household 78, 78.

Emma Doran1

F, b. circa 1856
     Emma Doran was born circa 1856 at Iowa, U.S.A..1 She was the daughter of Reverend Lewis Doran and Jane (?).1 Emma Doran was a household member in the 1870 U.S. Census of Reverend Lewis Doran on 19 August 1870 at Des Moines Township, Boone, Iowa, U.S.A.; 19 August 1870 Des Moines Township, Boone County, Iowa, p. 11, lines 30-34, Household 78, 78.
Doran, Louis, white male, age 46 years, farmer, $3,000 in real property, $1,078 in personal property, born in Ohio;
Jane, white female, age 46 years, could read, but not write, born in Minnesota;
Jacob, white male, age 19 years, works home, had been in school;
William, white male, age 15 years, had been in school;
Emma, white female age 13 years, had been in school;
all children were single and born in Iowa.1

Citations

  1. [S500] U.S. Census Bureau, U.S. Census, 19 August 1870 Des Moines Township, Boone County, Iowa, p. 11, lines 30-34, Household 78, 78.

William Doran1

M, b. circa 1854
     William Doran was born circa 1854 at Iowa, U.S.A..1 He was the son of Reverend Lewis Doran and Jane (?).1 William Doran was a household member in the 1870 U.S. Census of Reverend Lewis Doran on 19 August 1870 at Des Moines Township, Boone, Iowa, U.S.A.; 19 August 1870 Des Moines Township, Boone County, Iowa, p. 11, lines 30-34, Household 78, 78.
Doran, Louis, white male, age 46 years, farmer, $3,000 in real property, $1,078 in personal property, born in Ohio;
Jane, white female, age 46 years, could read, but not write, born in Minnesota;
Jacob, white male, age 19 years, works home, had been in school;
William, white male, age 15 years, had been in school;
Emma, white female age 13 years, had been in school;
all children were single and born in Iowa.1

Citations

  1. [S500] U.S. Census Bureau, U.S. Census, 19 August 1870 Des Moines Township, Boone County, Iowa, p. 11, lines 30-34, Household 78, 78.

James Craske1

M, b. June 1837, d. before April 1910
     James Craske was born in June 1837.1 He married Melissa Siloma Waters circa 1882.1 James Craske was enumerated in the 1900 U.S. Census: 11 June 1900 U.S. Census, York City, York Township, York County, Nebraska, E.D. 85, sheet 20B, lines 87-93, Household 353, 364, Grant Avenue.
Craske, James, white male head, born June 1837, age 62 years, married 18 years, born in England of English-born parents, immigrated in 1857 and lived in U.S. for 42 years, naturalized, poultry dealer, could read, write and speak English;
Mellela , white female wife, born in July 1855, and 54 years old, married 18 years, two of two children born to her were still alive, born in Michigan of Michigan-born parents, could read, but not write, could speak English;
Campbell, William, son step, white male, born Jul 1870, age 29 years, married 9 years, born in Iowa of unknown birthplace-father and Michigan-born mother, brick mason, could read, write and speak English;
Lune , step-daughter, white female, born June 1873, age 26 years old, married 9 years, two of three children born to her, still alive , born in Iowa of Iowa-born parents, could read, write and speak English, no occupation;
Campbell, Arthur, white male grandson, born March 1895, 5 years old, single, born in Iowa of Iowa-born parents;
Campbell, James, white male grandson, born June 1896, age 3 years, single, born in Iowa of Iowa-born parents;
Crask, Mary, white female daughter, born June 1884, age 15 years, single, born in Nebraska of English-born father and Michigan-born mother, at school for 9 months, could read, write and speak English. on 11 June 1900 at York, York, Nebraska, U.S.A..1 He died before April 1910 His wife, Melissa is shown as a widow in the 1910 census.2

Child of James Craske and Melissa Siloma Waters

Citations

  1. [S500] U.S. Census Bureau, U.S. Census, 11 June 1900 U.S. Census, York City, York Township, York County, Nebraska, E.D. 85. sheet 20B, lines 87-93, Household 353, 364.
  2. [S500] U.S. Census Bureau, U.S. Census, 21 April 1910 U.S. Census, Morton Township, York County, Nebraska, E.D. 202, sheet 8B, lines 81-85, Household 184, 184.

Mary E. Craske1,2

F, b. June 1884
     Mary E. Craske was born in June 1884 at Nebraska, U.S.A..1 She was the daughter of James Craske and Melissa Siloma Waters.1 Mary E. Craske was a household member in the 1900 U.S. Census of James Craske on 11 June 1900 at York, York, Nebraska, U.S.A.; 11 June 1900 U.S. Census, York City, York Township, York County, Nebraska, E.D. 85, sheet 20B, lines 87-93, Household 353, 364, Grant Avenue.
Craske, James, white male head, born June 1837, age 62 years, married 18 years, born in England of English-born parents, immigrated in 1857 and lived in U.S. for 42 years, naturalized, poultry dealer, could read, write and speak English;
Mellela , white female wife, born in July 1855, and 54 years old, married 18 years, two of two children born to her were still alive, born in Michigan of Michigan-born parents, could read, but not write, could speak English;
Campbell, William, son step, white male, born Jul 1870, age 29 years, married 9 years, born in Iowa of unknown birthplace-father and Michigan-born mother, brick mason, could read, write and speak English;
Lune , step-daughter, white female, born June 1873, age 26 years old, married 9 years, two of three children born to her, still alive , born in Iowa of Iowa-born parents, could read, write and speak English, no occupation;
Campbell, Arthur, white male grandson, born March 1895, 5 years old, single, born in Iowa of Iowa-born parents;
Campbell, James, white male grandson, born June 1896, age 3 years, single, born in Iowa of Iowa-born parents;
Crask, Mary, white female daughter, born June 1884, age 15 years, single, born in Nebraska of English-born father and Michigan-born mother, at school for 9 months, could read, write and speak English.1 As of circa 1902, her married name was Kerwood.2 Mary E. Craske married Lewis R. Kerwood circa 1902.2 Mary E. Craske witnessed the death of James Craske before April 1910; His wife, Melissa is shown as a widow in the 1910 census.2 Mary E. Craske was a household member in the 1910 U.S. Census of Lewis R. Kerwood on 21 April 1910 at Morton Township, York, Nebraska, U.S.A.; 21 April 1910 U.S. Census, Morton Township, York County, Nebraska, E.D. 202, sheet 8B, lines 81-85, Household 184, 184.
Kerwood, Lewis R., white male head, age 36 years, married once for seven years, born in Illinois of Pennsylvania-born father and Ohio-born mother, farmer, general farm, renter;
Mary E., white female wife, age 25 years, married once for seven years, one of one child born to her was still alive, born in Nebraska of English-born father and Michigan-born mother;
Harold L., white male son, age 6 years, single born in Nebraska of Illinois-born father and Nebraska-born mother,
Craske, Mellisa, white female mother-in-law, age 63 years, widowed, born in Michigan of unknown birthplace for parents;
Kerwood, William, white male brother, age 52 years, married, born in Illinois of Pennsylvania-born father and Ohio-born mother, laborer, farm, general farm;
all adults could read, write, and speak English.2

Citations

  1. [S500] U.S. Census Bureau, U.S. Census, 11 June 1900 U.S. Census, York City, York Township, York County, Nebraska, E.D. 85. sheet 20B, lines 87-93, Household 353, 364.
  2. [S500] U.S. Census Bureau, U.S. Census, 21 April 1910 U.S. Census, Morton Township, York County, Nebraska, E.D. 202, sheet 8B, lines 81-85, Household 184, 184.

Lewis R. Kerwood1

M, b. circa 1873
     Lewis R. Kerwood was born circa 1873 at Illinois, U.S.A..1 He married Mary E. Craske, daughter of James Craske and Melissa Siloma Waters, circa 1902.1 Lewis R. Kerwood was enumerated in the 1910 U.S. Census: 21 April 1910 U.S. Census, Morton Township, York County, Nebraska, E.D. 202, sheet 8B, lines 81-85, Household 184, 184.
Kerwood, Lewis R., white male head, age 36 years, married once for seven years, born in Illinois of Pennsylvania-born father and Ohio-born mother, farmer, general farm, renter;
Mary E., white female wife, age 25 years, married once for seven years, one of one child born to her was still alive, born in Nebraska of English-born father and Michigan-born mother;
Harold L., white male son, age 6 years, single born in Nebraska of Illinois-born father and Nebraska-born mother,
Craske, Mellisa, white female mother-in-law, age 63 years, widowed, born in Michigan of unknown birthplace for parents;
Kerwood, William, white male brother, age 52 years, married, born in Illinois of Pennsylvania-born father and Ohio-born mother, laborer, farm, general farm;
all adults could read, write, and speak English. on 21 April 1910 at Morton Township, York, Nebraska, U.S.A..1

Citations

  1. [S500] U.S. Census Bureau, U.S. Census, 21 April 1910 U.S. Census, Morton Township, York County, Nebraska, E.D. 202, sheet 8B, lines 81-85, Household 184, 184.

Oma Leona Shoemaker

F, b. 24 June 1918, d. 3 December 1997
     Oma Leona Shoemaker was born on 24 June 1918 at Oklahoma, U.S.A..1 She was the daughter of Vona A. Buchanan.2,3 Oma Leona Shoemaker was a household member in the 1920 U.S. Census of Vona A. Buchanan on 7 February 1920 at Prices Chapel, Sequoyah, Oklahoma, U.S.A.; 07 Feb 1920, U.S. Census, Prices Chapel Precinct, Sequoyah County, Oklahoma, E.D. 160, sheet 12B, Household 196, 196, lines 22-24
Shoemake, Vona, white female head, renter, 31 years of age, widow, born in Arkansas of Tennessee-born father and Arkansas-born mother, farmer, general farm, could read and write;
Orval, white male son, nine years of age, born in Arkansas of U.S. born father and Arkansas-born mother, not shown as having been in school;
Oma, white female daughter, one year of age, born in Oklahoma of U.S. born father and Arkansas-born mother;
both children were single.2 As of say 1942, her married name was Gallant.4 Oma Leona Shoemaker married Harry St. Claire Gallant, son of Walter S. Gallant and Minnie L. Seat, say 1942. Oma Leona Shoemaker died on 3 December 1997 at Kadlec Hospital, Swift Boulevard, Richland, Benton, Washington, U.S.A., at age 79 Her SSDI reads: OMA L GALLANT      24 Jun 1918, died 03 Dec 1997 (V)     99350 (Prosser, Benton, WA)     (none specified)     444-14-1609 issued in Oklahoma.5

Citations

  1. [S567] Howard Mitchell, H Mitchell Family Genealogy.
  2. [S500] U.S. Census Bureau, U.S. Census, 07 Feb 1920, U.S. Census, Prices Chapel Precinct, Sequoyah County, Oklahoma, E.D. 160, sheet 12B, Household 196, 196, lines 22-24.
  3. [S500] U.S. Census Bureau, U.S. Census, 07 Feb 1920, U.S. Census, Prices Chapel Precinct, Sequoyah County, Oklahoma, E.D. 160, sheet 12B, Household 196, 196, lines 22-24
    His wife is shown as widow with a one year old.
  4. [S354] Various, http://www.rootsweb.com, HARRY S GALLANT      10 Sep 1916     02 Oct 1995     98582 (Salkum, Lewis, WA)     (none specified)     564-07-0278     California.
  5. [S354] Various, http://www.rootsweb.com.

Harry St. Claire Gallant1

M, b. 10 September 1916, d. 2 October 1995
     Harry St. Claire Gallant was born on 10 September 1916 at Dam House Natches Powerhouse, Natches, Yakima, Washington, U.S.A..1 He was the son of Walter S. Gallant and Minnie L. Seat.2 Harry St. Claire Gallant was a household member in the 1920 U.S. Census of Walter S. Gallant and Minnie L. Seat on 24 January 1920 at Cascade Precinct, Yakima, Yakima, Washington, U.S.A.; Walter & Minnie Gallant
Name: Harry Gallant
Residence: , Yakima, Washington
Estimated Birth Year: 1917
Age: 3
Birthplace: Washington
Relationship to Head of Household: Son
Gender: Male
Race: White
Marital Status: Single
Father's Birthplace: Massachusetts
Mother's Birthplace: Washington
Film Number: 1821945
Digital Folder Number: 4390340
Image Number: 00375
Sheet Number: 14
Collection: United States Census, 1920
     GALLANT, WALTER (1920 U.S. Census)
WASHINGTON , YAKIMA, CASCADE
Age: 29, Male, Race: WHITE, Born: MA
Series: T625 Roll: 1945 Page: 185. Harry St. Claire Gallant was a household member in the 1930 U.S. Census of Walter S. Gallant on 9 April 1930 at Dam Power House, Extended North 3rd Street, Cascade Precinct, Yakima, Washington, U.S.A.; 09 April 1930 U.S. Census, Cascade Precinct, Yakima County, Washington, E.D. 39-35, sheet 9A, lines 22-30, Household 1005, 192, 200.
Gallant, Walter S., white male head, owned home valued at $2,000, had a radio, 40 years of age, first married at 23 years of age, born in Massachusetts, of a Canada-French born father and New Hampshire-born mother, electrician, Power Company, employed, not a veteran, could read, write and speak English;
Minnie L., white female wife, 27 years of age, first married at 16 years, born in Washington of Missouri-born father and Kansas-born mother, could read, write and speak English, no occupation;
Harry S., white male son, 13 years of age, could read, write and speak English, in school;
Lottie L., white female daughter, 11 years of age, could read, write and speak English, in school;
Homer M., white male son, 8 years of age, in school;
Howard E., white male son, 6 years of age, in school;
Harney E., white male son,4 6/12 years of age, not in school;
Herman C., white male son, 2 10/12 years, not in school;
McGinnis, Ruth, divorced, white female aunt, 45 years of age, first married at 16 years, born in Missouri of United States-born father and Illinois-born mother, sorter, fruit warehouse, not working, could read, write and speak English;
all children were born in Washington of Massachusetts-born father and Washington-born mother, had no occupation, and were single.2 Harry St. Claire Gallant married Oma Leona Shoemaker, daughter of Vona A. Buchanan, say 1942. Harry St. Claire Gallant died on 2 October 1995 at at hospital, Centralia, Cawlitz, Washington, U.S.A., at age 79.1

Citations

  1. [S354] Various, http://www.rootsweb.com, HARRY S GALLANT      10 Sep 1916     02 Oct 1995     98582 (Salkum, Lewis, WA)     (none specified)     564-07-0278     California.
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Anna Margaret Fallein1

F, b. 17 December 1850, d. 14 December 1919
     Anna Margaret Fallein was born on 17 December 1850.1,2 She was the daughter of Lars Fallein II and Anna Erickson.1 Anna Margaret Fallein lived with Lars Fallein II say November 1857 he arrived from Sweden with his family and stayed for four months beofre moving to Webster County, Iowa in the spring of 1858.3 Anna Margaret Fallein lived with Lars Fallein II say March 1858 at Webster, Iowa, U.S.A..3 Anna Margaret Fallein lived with Lars Fallein II in February 1859 at Boone, Iowa, U.S.A..3 Anna Margaret Fallein lived with Lars Fallein II in 1865.3 As of 17 February 1871, her married name was Aldridge.1 Anna Margaret Fallein married Franklin A. Aldridge on 17 February 1871 at Boone, Iowa, U.S.A..1,4 Anna Margaret Fallein died on 14 December 1919 at age 68 http://www.corralitoshistory.com/additions.html.1

Citations

  1. [S679] KaeWilson & Carl E. Wilson, "Kae Wilson," e-mail to H Mitchell, 2005, emails 23 March 2005.
  2. [S354] Various, http://www.rootsweb.com, http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi Mary Beth Janssen.
  3. [S74] Unknown author, Obituary, From The Stratford Courire, May 28, 1908 courtesy of Kae Wilson.
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