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1301. Eyre Evans Crowe
MarriageTitle
mentioned in the record of Henry Milne Crowe and Mary Jane Gray
Son
Henry Milne Crowe Birth Date 1850
Age 41
Spouse's Name
Mary Jane Gray
Spouse's Birth Date 1870
Spouse's Age 21
Event Date 30 Dec 1891
Event Place Calcutta, Bengal, India
Father's Name Eyre Evans Crowe
Spouse's Father's Name
Robert Colley Gray
Marital Status Single
Spouse's Marital Status Single
CITING THIS RECORD
"India Marriages, 1792-1948 ," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:FGJP-B1X : accessed 31 March 2016), Eyre Evans Crowe in entry for Henry Milne Crowe and Mary Jane Gray, 30 Dec 1891; citing Calcutta, Bengal, India, reference ; FHL microfilm 512,340.
INDIA MARRIAGES, 1792-1948
Indexing Project (Batch) Number M39355-4
System Origin India-EASy
GS Film number
512340
1302. Historical Notes, Parrsboro and Vicinity, D. J. Taylor, 1900
Marriage, Silas Wadman and Rosamond Parr, daughter of John Parr
1303. Esq. Gentleman Usher to the Princess Amelia

Francis Wadman
Source Date 1772
1304. email Dianna Engeseth  15802  SR-9  Snohomish, Washington 98296-8758
It was nice to put a voice with the name after all this time.  This summer for sure will make it up there.  Thanks for the help.
1305. 1880 Census, US, NE, Seward
David Stutzman Family
1306. Letter

Following is a letter from Frederick Charles to his Uncle, William George. The original is held by Margaret Jane (Peggy) Crowe.

Chicago Nov 24 1898
Dear Uncle
I have been thinking for some time of writing to you but have put it off until now. I got your address from my brother John. He is at my place now he has just come from North Dakota. He says to tell you he will write to you soon. He did intend going to see you but Father was sick about that time and he would have gone home but we hear that Father is all right again. The last letter I had from home they were all well.
Some of us boys are planning on going to Washington and will surely come and see you. We have never sen any of our fathers brothers. As you see I am in Chicago but do not like city life. For the last ten years past I have been doing machine work and have made some good improvements in the machine line. I have 4 or 5 patents that I think I will be able to make some money out of or at least some of them. I had a patent aloud (sic) me last July on a machine for taking the lint off of Cotton Seed which I am about to sell. I will send you a copy of one of my patents. This is a hard patent to sell for the reason that it will take such a great amount of money to handle it.
Times are dull here but I have no reason to complain. I am dewing (sic) fairly well. I guess you remember I am married. My wife is well. We have no children. Not much like the rest of the Crowe family is it Uncle.
Brother William is in Chicago. He is well. As I said some of us boys are planning to come to Washington and I would like for you to let me know what the prospects would be in the way of getting government land and where Such land is located and what the conditions are as near as you can. and what good land can be bought for
My plan is to bring som machinery there and would like to locate where I can get a good water Power so that I could Start a general machine Shop and perhaps a grist mill Well Uncle I must come to a close for this time. John said your health was good when he heard from you last June. i was glad to hear that you was so smart we will try and keep track of each other more.
So I will close for this time hoping you are all well.
My wife joins me in sending love to you all.
I am you nephew
F C Crowe
Address 324 North Paulina St
Chicago Ill
1307. Letter from son WG Crowe to father Richard Robert Crowe of Horton, NS in 1808
Not sure where Wood Point is. Quoddy is near Lubec, Maine and is the eastern-most point in Maine and in the USA.

Rich..d Rob..t Crowe Esq..e
Horton


Wood Point- Cumberland Aug 7th-1808
Honoured Father

I have to inform you of my safe arrival here the Monday after leaving you and am now in perfect health — we have got about half loaded but West & S.W. winds prevail so much since we have been here that there has been but little chance of laying to take stone of the shores — I expect we shall be loaded this week coming but it altogether depends on the weather I find it much to our advantage being by the Mouth There is so much trouble in getting the stone, and attention in getting chances to take them from the different places where they are made. I have nothing particular to mention but may health and happiness attend you all during my absence — And I believe me to be
Honoured Father
Your Affectionate Son
NB Shall write you from W.B. Crowe
Quoddy as we have to touch there on our way to Boston
1308. Will of William Crowe, Dean of Clonfert, 1767
Will of Reverend William Crowe, 1767. - Prerogative Court

In the name of the Father and of the Son and Holy Ghost Amen. I William Crowe Dean of Clonfert and Vicar of the United Vicarages of Aghrim and Killimor Daly in the Diocess of Clonfert and county of Galway being in good state of health (for which Gods Holy name be Praised) and in my perfect senses and understanding Blessed be God for all his mercies vouchsafed unto me now and at all time revoking all other & former wills to make this my last Will and Testament.
1st. First I recommend my soul to Almighty God most earnestly and humbly imploring his pardon and mercy thro the meritts of my Blessed Lord & Saviour Jesus Christ for the manifold sins and wickedness of my past life -- my body to be buried at my burying place in the Church Yard of Nantenan in the Diocess of Limerick in such manner and according to such directions as I may hereafter give in a Codicil to be annexed to this my Last Will.
2dly. I will and direct that all my household furniture goods china ware earthenware pictures plate implements of husbandry farming utensills and stock of every kind and not herein specified and bequeathed and every other thing of the kind be disposed of by Cant to the highest bidders that is to say Broders Plott Greens Plott the house Daniel Coffy lived in and the lands of Milean which are held for three lives that is to say for the Testators life the life of Emilia his wife and the life of his son the Reverd Crowe or the longest liver of them subject however to the leases of said Plotts provided said lives hold so long.
3rdly. I leave to my eldest son George Evans Crowes present wife Sussanah Fifty pounds to each of his daughters Emilia and Elizabeth fifty pds & to his son Richard Fifty pounds after my debts are paid and to my dearly beloved son George Evans Crowe I leave five hundred pounds free from all demands of Interest as other legacies herein bequeathed are directed to be and should any of said George's children Emilia Elizbeth or Richard dye before they arrive at the age of seventeen years (17) that then in that case said child’s portion shall cease & revert to my Executors and in case said Legacies or any part of the sums so bequeathed or all of ym.yt. then in such case it must be abated and allowed out of the Legacies herein bequeathed should they be paid of in my life time.

4th. I leave to my son the Revd. William Crowe all my books pamphletts and manuscripts except such as shaII be excepted in my Codicill here unto to be annexed I likewise bequeath unto him the charge upon my successors for all my improvements on the Glebe House & Glebe of Aghrim.
5thly. I leave to my dearly beloved son Richard Robert Crowe two hundred pounds sterl after my debts are pd. which are to be Interest free as all Legacies are in my Will Together with his Ring Lockett etc. wch. are for him wth. his mother who will leave ym for him in case of unforeseen accidents wth some faithful Trustee to see them safely delivered to him or to his order .

6thly. I leave to my grandson William Kenny if he arrives at ye age of seventeen years two hundred pounds to Ann ffrances and Emilia Hannah (his sisters) fifty pounds each if they arrive at ye age of seventeen years & to my well beloved son in law Mr. Thos. Kenny fifty pounds ster for his care & good nature to me on many
occasions if he shoud outlive me but in case they shd not outlive me in such case the said legacys to revert to iy Executors -- as well the childrens as my son in law Mr. Thos. Kenny.
7thly. I leave to my grandson Master Anselm Taylor one hundred pounds to be pd with all convenient speed and to Anselms sister Mary Emilia my Grandaughter fifty pds ster if she arrives to the age of seventeen and not otherwise such legacies pd off in (illegible) life time that then and in such case they must be abated and allowed out of the Legacys hein bequeathed.
NB. No part of my Personal Fortune to goe in aid of or to pay Mr. Damers mortage - Witness my hand
(William Crowe William Lattimer Michael Kelly Patrick Shahill)(2)
8thly. I give & devise unto my sons George Evans Crowe and to Revd William Crowe and their Heirs all my right title and Interest in and to cetain holdings in Ballymahon conveyed to me in mortgage by my son in law Mr. Thomas Kenny In trust nevertheless that the said George Evans Crowe and William Crowe or the surrvivors of them or the Heirs of such survivor shall & do from time to time receive the yearly Interest or Produce of the said mortage & pay the same into the proper hands of my daughter Mrs. Elizabeth Kenny wife of said Thomas Kenny for & during her natural life or to such person or persons as she alone & without her husband (notwithstanding her coverture) shall by any writing or writings under her hand from time to time direct & and appoint for her sole & separate use & to be at her disposal not subject or liable to the power and controul of the said Thomas Kenny her husband or his debts or disposal & for wch her Receipt alone notwithstanding her converture shall from time to time be a sufft discharge -- or shall permit the said Elizabeth herself to receive the said Interest therof & and from time to time to pass her own Receipts in discharge there of to the Person or Persons so paying the same. And in case the said mortgage shall be redeamed or if the principal mony due thereon be paid in to my said sons or Trustees or in case my said sons George and William or survivor of them or the Heir of such survivor shall find it necessary to call in the same by foreclosing the said mortgage or otherwise which they are hereby impowered to do at any time they shall think proper having first obtained the consent of my said daughter Elizabeth if living for that purpose or at their own discretion in case said Elizabeth be dead in any of the said cases the said mortgage mony shall be placed out by the said Trustees or the survivor of them or Heirs of such survivor on one more good securities to be approved of by said Elizabeth (if Living) or his or their own discretion if dead and to be again called in & placed out again as occasion may require so the best annual Interest may be made thereof lessning the Principal and the Interest thereof shall be by them paid and applied to my said daughter Elizabeth & shall be by her received to her sole and separate use for her life without the control or intermeddling of her said husband as aforesaid and after her decease (in case she dies in the lifetime of her said husband then upon this further trust that the said mortgage and all that shall be due theron shall be and remain to my son in law Mr. Thomas Kenny & his Heirs and assigns for ever -- But in case my said daughter Elizabeth shall survive her husband then my will is that the said mortgage shall after her decease be and remain to or amongst all or any of her children by the said Thomas Kenny in such shares and proportions as she shall by any writing under her hand & seal direct or appoint. And for want of such appointmt to be equally divided amongst them share and share alike the child or children of my deceased child of' the said Elizabeth to stand in the place of the deceased parent.
9thly. To my old & faithfull servt Conner Clary 20£ when all debts and legacies are discharged and the trusty & Faithfull servt Wm Moylan Twenty pounds as soon as conveniently may be and Ten pounds more when all Debts & Legacys are pd but no Legacys liable to Interest. To Jane Thompson ten pounds under the same restrictions as all other Legacys are.

I0thly. To the poor of the Union of Aghrim Twenty pounds to be distributed as my son the Revd William Crowe & the Reverand Mr. Richard Rathborn shall direct & at what time.

11thly. The poor of Clonfert Parish Twenty pounds to be distributed by the Dean & Chapter to the very old people or their descendents who lived there when I served that cure, vizt. the family of the Larkans the Bridles and Costello's and Cockrans. (William Crowe William Latimor Michael Kelly Patrick Shakill (2)/(3).
12thly. I desire and bequeath all the rest & residue of my Real and freehold & Personal Estate whatever (but subject to payment of my Debts Legacies and Bequests herin after mentioned to my dearly beloved wife) To my eldest son and Heir apparent George Evans Crowe during his natural life without impeachment of wast and from and after his decease I give and devise the same to my Grandson Richard Crowe the eldest and only son of the said George for the term of his natural life without impeachment of wast and after the determination of that Estate I give & devise the same to Richard Taylor of Holly Park in the County of Limerick Esq. and to Hugh Massy Esq. of Stoneville in said County & to their Heirs during the life of my said Grandson Richard Crowe & to the intent to preserve & support the contingent uses and remainders herin after limited. But nevertheless in Trust to permit my said Grandson Richard to receive the rents & profitts thereof during his life and from and after the decease of my said Grandson Richard then to remain to the first son of my said Grandson Richard and the Heirs of the body of' such first son lawfully issuing and for default of such issue then to the use & behoof of the second third fourth fifth and all and every son and sons of my said Grandson Richard begotten the eldest of such son and sons and the Heirs of his body lawfully issuing to be always preferred & to take before the younger of such sons & and the Heirs of his body and for default of such issue I give the same then to the second third fourth fifth and every other son or sons of my son George begotten and the Heirs of the body of such son or sons lawfully issuing each of them to be and the Heirs of his body to Stand in succession according to priority of age and seniority of birth and for default of such issue to remain to my second son the Revd William Crowe for his life without impeachment of' wast remainder to the said Richard Taylor and Hugh Massy & their Heirs during the natural life of my said son William in Trust to preserve the contingent remainders herein after limited and from and immediately after the death of my said son William I devise the said premisses unto the first & every other son & sons of my said son William in Tail male respectively & successively And for default of such issue to remain to my Grandson Anselm Taylor for his life without impeachment of wast remainder to the said Richard Taylor and Hugh Massy & their Heirs during the natural life of my said Grandson Anselm in Trust to support the contingent reminders herein afier limited but in trust to permitt my Grandson Anselm to receive the rents and profitts therof during his life & from and after the decease of my said Grandson Anselm then to remain to the first & every son of my said Grandson Anselm in Tail male respectively & successively and.for default of' such issue I give to my Grandson William Taylor for his life without impeachmt of wast remainder to Richard Taylor and Hugh Massy & their heirs to preserve contingent remainder dureing the life of my said Grandson William then to remain to the first & every son of my said Grandson William in Tail male respectively & successively & to permitt him to receive the profitts during his life & from after his decease of then to remain to the first & every other son of my said Grandson William in tail male respectively & successively and I will that the several tenants for their lives who respectively shall happen by virtue of this my will of any of my Real and freehold estate when in possession shall be enabled to make leases thereof or of any part thereof not exceeding thirty one years or three lives to commence possession & not in reversion and at the best improved yearly rent that can be gott for the same without any fine or other thing consideration or present to abate the rent & so as such leases or leases be not made (dispunishable of) dispunishable of or for wast. And my will & meaning further is that every and such of my sons and grandsons as shall be Tenants for file and in the actual possession of such my estate shall & may assure & appoint by any Deed in writing under his hand and seal such a part or parcell of said Real or freehold estate as he shall think fitt for a Jointure for any wife (wch he shall hereafter take for during her naturall life not exceeding one hundred pounds P annum in value) wch he shall hereafter take not exceeding one hundred pounds a year in value - Witness my hand (William Crowe William Lattimer Michael Kelly Patrick Shahill (3)) (4) and in default ol said issue to remain to my second son the Reverand William Crowe for his life without impeachment of wast remainder to said Richard Taylor & Hugh Massy and their heirs during the life of rny said son William in trust to preserve the contingent remainders herinafter limited and from and immediately after the death of my son William I devise the said premises unto the first and every other son & sons of my said son William in Tail male respectively and for default of said issue to remain to my son Richd Robert Crowe for life without impeachment without wast & after to the first and every other son in Tale respectively to said Richard Taylor and Hugh Massy & their heirs during the natural life & to preserve contingent remainders herein after limited and from and immediately the decease of my said son Richard Robert I devise the sd. premisses unto the first & every son of of my said son Richard Robert in Tail respectively & successively but upon the express condition that he lives & resides in this Kingdom or otherwise the profitts of the estate dureing the life of the person so failing to live in Ireland is to go the person next in remainder etc. To my son Eyre Evans Crowe I devise the said premises for life without impeachment of wast and after to the first and every other son in tail male respectively & successively remainder to said Richard Taylor and Hugh Massy & their heirs during the natural life etc. but upon this express condition that they live in this Kingdom & reside there or otherwise the profitts of the estate dureing the life of the persons so failing to live in Ireland is to go the the person next in remainder & the remainder so failing to live here & to his issue totally to cease & determine & the next remainder to tdke place.
NB. Those two devises & bequests to take place of my Grandsons Anselm & William Taylor altho by mistake placd before in the sheet (Nr 3) with a power to settle Jointures and wch all my sons are by my will impowered to do upon the condns therin mentioned.
To my dearly beloved wife Emilia Crowe for her great care of me in my sickness and al all times I leave and bequeath during her life an annuity or yearly rent of one hundred pounds free from all Taxes and deductions whatsoever & provided that she continues my widdow and a single woman and does not marry again to be paid to her by two equale half yearly payments to begin at wch of the Feast days of St. Michael the Archangll or the Annunciation al the Blessed Virgin Mary shall first happen after my deceases but after my decease if she shall many again & cease to be a single woman at her own request she desires to be stinted to Fourty pounds a year & therfore in such case I leave her but Fourty pounds a year payable as aforesaid -- I also leave her & bequeath to her over and above said hundred pds a year (she continuing a widdow etc and not otherwise) the house and demesne of Coolalah as enjoyed by the late tenant Mr. Henry Gwyther whilst she chooses to make it her residence (having no power to sell it to any person wtsoever) in ordr to fix her established residence anywhere else but her Interest in said house and demesne is to cease at her death or on her residing elsewhere (except for a short time to be spent among her children & then return again to her own house) or on her marrying again Whichever events shall first happen I leave her also my chaise & horses to pay those visits whever she pleases. And my will is and I do hereby declare that what I have hereby given to my Dear wife under the condns & continguencies aforesaid is by me intended and is and shall be accepted and taken by her in full satisfaction of her Dower or thirds & of all and whatsoever she may claim to be entitled to out of my Rest and Personal Estate or any part therof by any means or on any acct whatsoever And I doe hereby charge the said annuity of one hundred pounds and the fourty pounds as the case shall happen to be upon all my Real and personnal estate whatsoever & do hereby subject the same to the payment therof and further will is that it shall & may be lawfull for my said beloved wife from time to time in case of nonpayment of the said annuity (as the case shall be) or any part therof to raise the same by distress upon all or any part of my Real & freehold estates at Interest in the Parish of Aghrim together with the costs & charges therof. Witness my hand (William Crowe William Lalli mer Michael Kelly Patrick Shahill (4)

In conclusion of my said will I do herby nominate and appoint my dearly beloved wife & dearly beloved sons George Evans Crowe and the Revd William Crowe & Eyre Evans Crowe my Executers in full confidence & assurance of their faithful/ discharge of the Trusts reposed in them Witness my hand and seal this 10th day of November in the year of our Lord 1766 sixty six
Signed and sealed in the presence of us
William Crowe
Seal
Maurice Fitzsimons
Thomas ffitzs imons
William Smyth
1309. Letter from WG Crowe, Woodbury, IA, Jan 3, 1885

Climbing Hill
Woodbury Co. Iowa
January 3rd 85
Direct as I headed

Dear Sister,
It has been a long time since I saw you and do not know now whether you are dead or alive as I have not heard a lisp from you since I saw you in ,62. I had a letter from Wilson last fall and he wrote me once before since I saw him. He did not write much news. I would like to hear where John is if alive. I have not heard from him in 23 years and do not know where he is. I am healthy and well. The boys and Matilda are well and doing well. They have, all of them, plenty to live on and good farms but John. He is a carpenter and works in Sioux City, Iowa. Joel lives in Dodge Co. Minnesota and so does Matilda, about nine miles apart. It is 250 miles from here. I came from there a month ago. Murray lives here 22 miles from Sioux City. His farm and Arthur’s join. Arthur is the only one that is not married. He is now 350 miles west of here looking up new country. I think of going there in Apr. Carpenter’s work is much better here than in Nova Scotia. Wages is 2 ⁄1/2 to 3 dollars per day and work is plenty 8 or 9 months in the year. The whole country for 250 to 500 miles west is all cut up with railroads and small towns all along the roads. Millions of acres 200 miles west of here is vacant for settlement and any man can get 160 acres by living 3 years thereon and get his living at the same time. I am 73 years old in Mar. and going to take up land in the spring and work at railroad stations for money to live on. Tell Laurence he had better come west as soon as soon as possible if he likes a new country.
I want you to write me all the news of the old home. Tell me how everything is and how times are. I would like to hear how Hanly Chutes family is and how Ilsleys are and what has become of Billy English’s widow and children are and whether Mrs. Aaron Ward is alive and Billy & James. I want to hear from the country generally. Write as soon as you get this. Don’t fail and direct as I have headed.

W. G. Crowe
1310. Letter from WG Crowe to Sister Eliza, 10 Apr 1889, Lavaca, NE

Lavaca
10 Apr, 89
My Dear Sister,
It has been a long time since I saw you, nearly twenty seven years. I have not heard a word from one of you since I received a letter from you some years ago. I am very anxious to hear from you. I wrote a letter to Wilson & mailed it yesterday. I am anxious to hear from John whether he is dead or alive. He never has written me a syllable since I saw him. I have been in thirteen of the United States. I am now in the state of Nebraska 350 miles due west from Sioux City in the state of Iowa. Matilda is in Minnesota. Her husband’s name is D.P. True. They are well off. She has one daughter named Augusta. She is teaching school. Matilda had three children. Two are dead. Joel lives by me, He has six children, two boys and four girls, all small. Arthur is in Chadron 50 miles west from here. He is a salesman for a lumber Co. He never married. Murray lives 30 miles East from Sioux City, has six children, three boys & three girls. John lives in Sioux City, one child, a boy. Arthur & John are carpenters, Murray a Blacksmith and Joel a Farmer. They are all smart active men and all own land but John. Wages for carpenters is 3 to 3 1/2 dollars a day for prime workman. Bread, beef, pork, eggs. Butter & etc. are as plenty in this country as potatoes in Nova Scotia. I was 77 years old the 24th of march, last past. My health is good. I feel as well as ever I did only a little clumsy. I work every day the same as ever. I have always intended to go to Nova Scotia again but I almost despair of it now. If I had money as I had once I would go and see you all again once more but Joel and me are dabbling a little in cattle & horses and land. I have 160 acres paid for and 160 acres more I have as a homestead by living on it five years. I have been on it 2 years. I do not like this place as well as Washington Territory. I have a strong mind of going there. I think I will if I live. If I do I will go right to the sea coast.
Now I want you to write me every particular how you are getting along and how the country is for getting a living in now and what you are all doing. Write me whether the Ward & Johnson boys are dead or living, whether Mrs. Stevens & Mrs. Aaron Ward are alive. Write all the news you can in a long letter about the country and who is dead of my old acquaintances. I wish you was here. Laurence could have constant work at big wages. I must close.
Goodbye sister,
Direct your letters to W.G. Crowe
Lavaca, Nebraska
1311. Letter from WG Crowe to sister Eliza, Lavaca, NE, Oct 19 1890
Lavaca
Oct 19th ,90
My Dear Sister,
It has been a long time since I saw you and I am very desirous of visiting my few brothers and only sister, if I could find John living. This I want to do while in time if possible but it is very hard to raise money here at present. This has been a very unfruitful season to us in this and other adjoining states. There has not been any rain worth naming since 1st of June last past. I am now in my 78th year and am in good health and always was. I have worked all summer finishing a house for Joel. He lives now adjoining my land & raising cattle and horses. We have 80 head of cattle, 20 horses and 30 sheep between us. I only have 7 cows & 7 head of young cattle & 5 horse kind and wish I had the money for them.
I have been unfortunate in cattle and horses since I cam here three years ago. I lost a fine mare when traveling in Wyoming and the next spring I had three fine blooded mares stolen from me. 2 was 5 years old and 1 was 4 years old, worth 600$. The thief left me one and since then I bought a mare. They two now have 3 colts. I have lost 1600$ in horses in the last eight years. I have used up 1000$ in cattle, land and living since I came here 3 years ago and all I have left is the stock I have named to you and 320 acres of land, 160 of that I have to live on 2 years more to make it mine, being a homestead but I mean to tough it through if I live and then I am going to Washington to Arthur’s.
Joel is living here, has seven children. Arthur is in Washington on the Pacific Coast, not married. Murray is in Iowa, has seven children. John is in Sioux City, has 1 child, a boy. Matilda is in Minnesota. Her husband’s name is True. He is well off. They have one child living and two dead
Write soon and tell me who wrote your last letter and tell me where Alfred English lives.
Hoping to find you well, I remain,
Your affectionate Brother
W. G. Crowe
1312. Letter from WG Crowe to his sister Eliza from Lavaca Oct 2, 1892

Lavaca Oct 2nd ,92
Dear Sister,
It has been some time since I wrote to you. I have passed through many vissitudes in the last thirty years and have seen a good portion of the western states. I have crossed the Main Range of the Rocky Mountains two times. I was in the Mine at Helena (Montana) in the years of 64, 65, &66 &67. Arthur and Murray accompanied me. I left them there & came home in the fall of 67. They staid until the summer of 69 and came home and went to farming. I went to Kansas in the spring of 70 and returned to Sioux City in 71 and met John, Arthur and Murray there. Joel staid in Minnesota on the farm. I stopped in Sioux City two years with the boys and built them a house and left them there. They all three could work at the carpenter’s trade and do well. I took the road again for Minnesota with my horse and camped on the road 300 miles and went to work there building for farmers for about six or seven years until I had made 12 or 1500 dollars and invested it in cattle & horses and took them to Sioux City and left them with Murray to keep, he being on a farm 20 miles below of East from Sioux City and the result was I lost them all but 150$ and then went back to Minnesota again to earn more. I bought 3 high blooded mares of English breed and I took them to Nebraska and left them at Chadron with Arthur and went West through Wyoming to the South pass of the main Range of the /Rocky Mountains looking the country over for land and returned in the fall and took land in Nebraska where I am and had my three mares stolen in the following spring. They were worth 600$. I was a little discouraged but I had 1000$ in a lot in Sioux City. I took that and entered 160 acres of land and homesteaded 160 acres more and bought 300$ worth of heifers. Then I had one mare in Sioux City and my cattle left. So I now have 320 acres of land, 7 or 8 cows and 4 or 5 horses and owe 200$. I have lost 1000$ in horses or 500$ in cattle in 8 years. I went last fall to Washington. Arthur is there. It is at Puget Sound in the N.W. corner of the United States. I came back 15th of June last. I now intend selling or renting what I have here and am going back to Washington. This a poor place for anything but I may win yet. I am intending now to go again to Washington. I would like to go once again to Nova Scotia and see how things look and how you all do. I am past 80 years and feel well. I am somewhat clumsy. My health is good. I want you to tell me who wrote your letters and tell me George Lord’s address. Write me soon how you all are and tell Wilson I will write him soon.
By W.G. Crowe
1313. Letter from WG Crowe to sister Eliza, Lavaca, 15 Feb 1896

Lavaca Nebraska
15th Feb 1896
My Dear Sister
It has been a long time since I heard from you personally. I heard from you this winter by way of Wilson’s John, now in Chicago. They were all well at the time.
My folks are all well when last heard from. Joel and family of seven children consisting of one boy and six girls are here. Arthur is in Washington near Puget sound. Arthur has not any wife or children to care for. Murray is in Montana, wife and eight children, four boys and four girls. John is in Sioux (pronounced Su) City, wife and one child, a boy. Matilda is in Minnesota. She has one girl who had studied medicine and surgery. She is now practicing in Arlington near St. Paul. She is a great poet. She got 100$ as a premium against the combined poets of northern states. Her name is Augusta Isabella True. She is in her 36 year & has been in school ever since she could toddle until last summer. She got through with surgery at the medical institute at Minneapolis Minnesota. She is a good scholar in English, Latin and German as sciences. She made most of her money on land in Dakota which she held and taught school at the same time.
Now Eliza, I have not money but I will give you my advice. Our time here is but short. It is up one side of the hill and down the other side. Therefore send daughter to Augusta and learn the Doctoring business. It is the second biggest share I know of. Preaching is the biggest on earth, then comes in Medicine and you will find this world is just like a goose, them that pick the fastest get the most feathers.
I wrote Wilson some time since but not any answer yet. If you know where Campbell Lord is write me his address. I would like to see you all once more. My health is good for 84 years old. My legs are clumsy, otherwise I am as good as new. I am going to Washington in April next. I meant to go last fall but had to stay and take care of the old woman. She is childish and feeble. She is in her 86 year.
The man I built a house for last summer was burned to death by a lamp exploding, set fire to his clothes and roasted him.
Write soon
From W. G. Crowe
1314. Letter from WG Crowe to sister Eliza from Granite Falls, WA, 26 Jul 1897

Granite Falls
July 26 ,97
My Dear Sister
I wrote to you some time since and have not received any answer. Thinking the letter was miscarried or lost, I write you again. I am usually my bodily health is good. My lower limbs have become stiff and clumsy, probably the effects of age. I am now at Arthur’s. He is well and doing well for these hard times. He is not married.
Murray is bossing a mine at Canyon Ferry for a Company. He has from 12 to 15 men in the gold mine working 100 feet underground. He gets 5$ per day for bossing the work and his two older boys get 3$ each. They were all well when last heard from. He is in Montana 700 miles from here. Joel is in Nebraska, 1500 miles from here. His wife is teaching school and both of his two oldest girls. She gets 35$ per month and the girls 25$ per month. His only boy is now a man grown.
John is in Sioux City. I have not heard from him for more than a year. Matilda is in Minnesota. Her husband is well off for a farmer. Her only child living name is Augusta Isabella, is at Arlington Minnesota practicing medicine and surgery. She is a fine scholar. Her medical education cost her 1200$ at Minneapolis medical College. She is not married. She is the same age of your daughter.
I want to hear from you how you are getting along and tell Florence to get her picture taken and send it to me. I want you to tell me who writes your letters. They are written in a beautiful hand. Keep your daughter at school as long as possible. Augusta is now making 100 to 125$ per month. If you know anything of Cam Lords whereabouts let me know. Write if all my old school mates are dead. If you get short in provisions go to Wilson and get something. He is owing me. Tell me if the old orchard bears any. I am very lonesome. You do not know how I would like to see you all and my old home.
From your loving brother
W. G. Crowe
1315. Letter from WG Crowe to sister Eliza, from Granite Falls, WA after July 1897

Granite Falls
Snohomish Co.
Washington
Dear Sister
I have written to you before and rec’d no answer. I am very anxious to hear from you. Tell me how you are getting along. Tell me if your daughter is well schooled, how your health is, who writes your letters and all other general news.
I want you to go to the mail office and inquire if the post mail carries 4 lbs weight in the mail through the British Provinces if sent from the United States, If not, try your Express Office and see if it carries United States express matter through that Province sent to Nova Scotia from United states. Write me soon. All here is well. I have a few things to send you.
from your brother
W. G. Crowe
1316. Letter from WG Crowe to sister Eliza from Granite Falls, WA on 3 Sep 1898

Granite Falls
Snohomish Co.
Washington
Sep 3rd ,98
My Dear Sister
I send you today a few things that may be useful to you at the coming on of winter. Thee shawl and gloves were once my wives. The pin was mine. Take care and not lose it. You cannot probably get another.
I may never see you again. I send you a lock of my hair which still remains thick and heavy, hanging down to my shoulders. I work every day and have made for Arthur six panel doors, 8 pair of window sash and a very nice book case and have picked 15 jars of berries for winter. I had to go a mile for the berries and saw an old bear and two cubs on the road not half a mile from home. They were since killed two miles from here. I had a letter from Joel a few days since. His two oldest girls are teaching school and their mother also, up until now. She has since purchased 50 cows and going into stock.
One of Wilson’s boys has been in Iowa all winter and was in Dakota. The last letter I had from him he said he was coming here to see me but has not come yet.
I had a letter from brother John a short time since. He is alive and living at Hyde Park in Massachusetts. He is very feeble. He is sixteen months younger than I am. I was 86 the 24th of last March.
My bodily health is good as ever. My feet and legs have failed me, no pain, but stiff and clumsy.
Murray and his boys are in Montana working in a mine. They are coming here soon. John is supposed to be in Sioux City, Iowa but not heard from for two years.
Matilda lives in Minnesota. Her daughter is practicing in Arlington, Minnesota. She has taken a full college course in medicine & surgery, cost her 1200$.
I want you to write me how you are getting along and how the old orchard looks and the old house & its environs. I would like to see the place of my nativity once more.
from your affectionate brother
W. G. Crowe
1317. Letter from WG Crowe to sister Eliza from Granite Falls, WA on 20 Nov 1899

Granite Falls
Nov 20th ,99
Dear Sister
I received your letter with pleasure in my solitude.
I am at present at Arthur’s ten miles from the railroad. There is a wagon road within one mile of us. The rest of the road is a good horse trail.
You and I are between three and four thousand miles separate. If you examine the map of the United States you will find Snohomish County on Puget Sound in the northwest corner of the United States.
My land and horses are in Nebraska 1500 miles from here. I heard from Joel not long since. They are at Merriman, a R.R. station. His wife and two oldest girls are teaching school. She gets 35$ per month and the girls 30$. Joel is farming. He has 30 horses and I have 15 all in one drove. He is keeping my horses in my absence. There is not any sale for them. Matilda is in Minnesota. Her daughter, Augusta, is practicing medicine at Arlington. Her business amounts to 100$ (1000$) a year. I am 82 miles from the Canadian Pacific R.R. leading to Halifax. Vancouver is the end of the railroad, it being on the Pacific Ocean, 100 miles from where I am. My bodily health is good. My legs have failed me. I am clumsy to walk. I can work at the bench quite well yet have not worked any for two years. There is not any building a going on since our congress stopped the issuing of silver coin. Business is dull of every kind and money scarce. What property I had was in land and horses, the poorest property it could be in. Neither will sell for anything.
In regard of Grandfather Crowe I know but little of his family. He was born in the year 1728 in the county of Galway, Ireland. His parents were wealthy. They put their son Richard Robert Crowe into military service of Great Britain at the age of 17 to learn the art of war and he remained there until the close of the Rebellion of the North American Colonist which terminated in the United States of America. He then removed with his wife and two sons into Nova Scotia with a number of other army officers and drew land and lived there on his half pay, being 100 pounds sterling until June 1821 and died and was buried with honors of masonry. In life he was at the taking of Martinique, fought with Gen. Wolf on Abraham Plains near Quebec. He was under Gen. Braddock when he was defeated by French &Indians in America, and lastly in the Revolutionary War.
I have a heavy shawl and gloves of my wife I will send you in the spring. I cannot go to the office this winter. It is 8 miles from here and I have not money to pay expenses. I have money due me in Nebraska but cannot get any. I want you to write me if the old orchard bears any apples yet and if the oak tree stands west of Wilson’s house. There was small oaks stood in a line from the orchard up to the old house. Are they alive and how large? Is the fir grove cut down between you and Ward’s land?
Times are dull here, money scarce. If I live and can sell land and horses, I am going to Nova Scotia yet, but do not depend on it. My pen is poor and hand nervous. I cannot write today.
Murray is at the mines in Montana. He is on wages at 4$ per day and each of the oldest boys get 3$ and smaller boy 2.50$. I have not heard from John for 15 months. He was there in Sioux City. I hear Murray is coming here in the spring if he can and buy a place. I do not enjoy myself anywhere. I want to be moving. I have been in fifteen states and this is good for to raise crops as any of them. It is timber country. Trade is not good here. I have not any news you would know anything about.
Write me all the news. Tell me how old Billy Ward was.
Intend giving you a life lease of the land I gave to Ann. If Wilson does not help you to get along, let me know how you are situated and write me Brother John’s address if you know.
If you get the Murray Pedigree send it to me.
Write soon
from your brother
As ever
W. G. Crowe
1318. Letter from WG Crowe to sister Eliza from Granite Falls, WA on 20 Nov 1899

Granite Falls
Nov 20th ,99
Dear Sister
I received your letter with pleasure in my solitude.
I am at present at Arthur’s ten miles from the railroad. There is a wagon road within one mile of us. The rest of the road is a good horse trail.
You and I are between three and four thousand miles separate. If you examine the map of the United States you will find Snohomish County on Puget Sound in the northwest corner of the United States.
My land and horses are in Nebraska 1500 miles from here. I heard from Joel not long since. They are at Merriman, a R.R. station. His wife and two oldest girls are teaching school. She gets 35$ per month and the girls 30$. Joel is farming. He has 30 horses and I have 15 all in one drove. He is keeping my horses in my absence. There is not any sale for them. Matilda is in Minnesota. Her daughter, Augusta, is practicing medicine at Arlington. Her business amounts to 100$ (1000$) a year. I am 82 miles from the Canadian Pacific R.R. leading to Halifax. Vancouver is the end of the railroad, it being on the Pacific Ocean, 100 miles from where I am. My bodily health is good. My legs have failed me. I am clumsy to walk. I can work at the bench quite well yet have not worked any for two years. There is not any building a going on since our congress stopped the issuing of silver coin. Business is dull of every kind and money scarce. What property I had was in land and horses, the poorest property it could be in. Neither will sell for anything.
In regard of Grandfather Crowe I know but little of his family. He was born in the year 1728 in the county of Galway, Ireland. His parents were wealthy. They put their son Richard Robert Crowe into military service of Great Britain at the age of 17 to learn the art of war and he remained there until the close of the Rebellion of the North American Colonist which terminated in the United States of America. He then removed with his wife and two sons into Nova Scotia with a number of other army officers and drew land and lived there on his half pay, being 100 pounds sterling until June 1821 and died and was buried with honors of masonry. In life he was at the taking of Martinique, fought with Gen. Wolf on Abraham Plains near Quebec. He was under Gen. Braddock when he was defeated by French &Indians in America, and lastly in the Revolutionary War.
I have a heavy shawl and gloves of my wife I will send you in the spring. I cannot go to the office this winter. It is 8 miles from here and I have not money to pay expenses. I have money due me in Nebraska but cannot get any. I want you to write me if the old orchard bears any apples yet and if the oak tree stands west of Wilson’s house. There was small oaks stood in a line from the orchard up to the old house. Are they alive and how large? Is the fir grove cut down between you and Ward’s land?
Times are dull here, money scarce. If I live and can sell land and horses, I am going to Nova Scotia yet, but do not depend on it. My pen is poor and hand nervous. I cannot write today.
Murray is at the mines in Montana. He is on wages at 4$ per day and each of the oldest boys get 3$ and smaller boy 2.50$. I have not heard from John for 15 months. He was there in Sioux City. I hear Murray is coming here in the spring if he can and buy a place. I do not enjoy myself anywhere. I want to be moving. I have been in fifteen states and this is good for to raise crops as any of them. It is timber country. Trade is not good here. I have not any news you would know anything about.
Write me all the news. Tell me how old Billy Ward was.
Intend giving you a life lease of the land I gave to Ann. If Wilson does not help you to get along, let me know how you are situated and write me Brother John’s address if you know.
If you get the Murray Pedigree send it to me.
Write soon
from your brother
As ever
W. G. Crowe
1319. Letter from WG Crowe to sister Eliza from Granite Falls, WA 9 Sep 1900

Granite Falls
Snohomish County
Washington
Sep 9th 1900
My Dear Sister
It has been a long time since I have heard from any of you in Nova Scotia. We are on opposite sides of the continent of America. It is five thousand miles between us. I am anxious to hear from you and Wilson. Brother John was living when last heard from. His wife is dead. He has a son in Billings, Montana, a Methodist preacher, R.R. Crowe by name. I have had letters from him. He has a house and family in Billings and a daughter married there.
My son Joel is living in Nebraska. They have had nine children, 3 boys & six girls. One boy is dead. Matilda is living in Minnesota. Her husbands name is True. She has had three children, two girls and one boy, girl and boy are dead. Her oldest girl is living and is a doctor. She is a fine scholar. She took her degrees at the medical college in Minneapolis, Minnesota. True is well to do. Matilda is the best to do of my children, good horses and carriage, fine farm and plenty of everything about her in the house and out of debt.
Joel is not well off. He is now an old man and young family. His wife and two oldest girls are teaching. The girls get 30$ each per month and their mother 50$ per month. Arthur is a bachelor and has a farm on a river 10 miles from any village or R.R. He has 20 acres land and in grass grown and garden, 40 fruit trees growing and a fine barn, poor house and cedar and other timber worth 1000$. He had 1900$ in the bank of Everett Wash. He sold land in Iowa for 2000$ in cash. He has a man living with him raising stock and they kind of live together in peace, both bachelors. Arthur went to the gold mines in Alaska last spring and did not find gold as he expected and came home disgusted. He went north where the days were 22 hours sun and foxes white as snow.
I wrote to Wilson to assist you in getting along. He owes me 30$ on the meadowland and 40$ on the land by Englishes and has had the use of my share in the old homestead ever since Ann’s decease. I had given her a life lease of it when I was there. Now Eliza, I pity you from the inmost recesses of my brain. I would try and come and see you if I could but what I have is in land, 320 acres, and a few cattle and 3 horse kind, a fine mare, a yearling colt & pony. The mare has a young colt I forgot, making 4. I put just 1000$ money in here besides my horses and if I could get 800 now I would be in Washington in 2 weeks and whatever poor Ann left to me you are welcome to. I do not want it. I intend to sell here as soon as I can but will probably be here until fall and if you can find you will be short through the coming winter write me and I will try and send you some money. Your present situation is such that I would rather die than pass it. The more I write the worse I feel for you. Tell me how Wilson’s situation is there, whether he can help you or not. I know he can fix your house and give you potatoes, meat and other vegetables. Tell Florence I will fetch her or send something to remember me by when I am gone. You must try and get along as best you can. Don’t hire out your child. Keep her at home if you even have to live poorer. We are between 25 and 30 hundred miles apart and perhaps may never see each other again. If I was there I could help you but I am not nor cannot come there at present but you go to Wilson and tell him I told you to call on him for aid, help you fix your house for winter and get you some bread when you are out, and other little necessaries that you may want and charge it to me. If he refuses to do so I will send you a life lease of my right in the homestead.
I shall soon have to close. I want you to tell me about the orchard and plum tree up at the old house and how everything looks. Tell me all about the neighbors. Give my respects to Mrs. Ward, if living, and her children, in fact all inquiring friends. Tell me John’s address & George Lord’s. I wrote to John but got no answer. Wilson said he was at Sharon, mass. Tell me who wrote your last letter to me. It was fine penmanship, a credit to the person who done it. Be sure and write as soon as you get this. I wrote to Wilson a few days ago.
I bid you good bye in all kindness,
from your brother
W. G. Crowe
1320. Letter from WG Crowe to sister Eliza from Granite Falls, WA, written about 1900

(the first page of this letter is missing) Written in 1900.
I would like much to hear from your daughter. I was very uneasy when I heard she had left you to live alone, but since I heard you had a girl living with you which I never had heard of, it was a profound secret to me. I was much relived in mind to know you was not alone in case of sickness. There is but a few of us left and all very old. We cannot be much longer on earth. I want you to write me soon how you are situated and how Wilson is.
I cannot sell anything for money. I left all in Joel’s care and I do not think he cares to sell. If he does he uses my money. I have been through sixteen states and have lived in eight of them and would rather live in Nova Scotia with all it’s poverty than any of them.
I like to ramble when I was young and move from one state to another but now I am old I like my old home best, if everything was as it was when I was a boy.
I am very stiff and clumsy in my legs, cannot walk far, breath short. Like Arthur, I live alone about 40 rods from Arthur and feel as well as ever I did, when I am still or moderate exercise, appetite good. I have plenty to eat, plenty of tea, tobacco and sugar, never out, but I am lonesome by times. I am worst off for money of anything. I have 15 or 16 horses in Nebraska and 160 acres of land, 80 acres plowed and crops.
I want you to write me if Ann & Margaret has any stones at their graves to mark the place of their burial and I have the remains of two more sisters laying there, Rebecca & Matilda, if there is anything to mark their graves. Has Grandpa Crowe and Grandma Murray any head stones?
If you see your daughter give her my address and tell her to write me and I will answer her. I want to know what became of the stone mantel in the old chimney.
From W.G.Crowe
1321. Letter from WG Crowe to sister Eliza from Granite Falls, WA on 28 Oct 1900
No stone for father, RR Crowe

Granite Falls October 28th (19)‘00
Dear Sister
Your favor of the 5th I received 15th, in ten days from N.S. Was pleased to hear from you.
Poor Wilson has had a hard row through life and raised a large family on an dilapidated worn out farm and has now passed the partition wall that divides time from eternity – In misery we come into this world, in misery out of it we’re hurled. Man’s stay on earth is but a span to end the fate of mortal man.
I had a letter from Joel not long since, all was well. He informed me he had tombstones for my wife and his boy. They cost 75$. He had 50$ of her money to pay for hers. Is it not ridiculous that my Father and his brother E.E. Crowe neglected their Father and let him lay without a notion who lay there more than a pauper.
I would like to correspond with your daughter and know her husband’s name and address.
I send a small box of articles that may be useful to you through a cold winter. I want you to write me how you are situated for living through winter and if you have enough to put you comfortably through I will endeavour to help you out.
Tell me how many cows, pigs and chickens you have and where R.R. Crowe gets his wood. Where does your house stand?
My son Murray lives 8 miles from here. He has 3 boys working in the lumber woods. Wages is good and money plenty for all that will work.
I am usually well, appetite good, and very lonesome living alone. Very stiff & lame but not any pain. Matilda is in Minnesota. Her husband is well to do, plenty of everything.
Arthur has 16 or 17 hundred dollars in the Bank and a farm in the woods worth 15$ for timber. My pen is made from a crane’s quill
from your brother W.G. Crowe
1322. Letter from William Lawrence to his wife Eliza written in Windsor june 8, 1866

Windsor June 8, 1866
Dear Eliza,
I received your letter and am happy to hear that you are well. I thought that you had forgotten me altogether as you did not rite. I am working at the factory now and boarding at Leonard Maxners close by the factory. I am saving all the money I can to send up to you so that you can come down. Mrs. Maxner has just been in the room and told me to tell you to come down and sends her love to you and little Florry. She is very clever to me and wont let me go out for fear I will get drunk but there is no fear of that now for it was rum that nearly broke my leg. I have only done nine days work since I got hurt. I think that you had better let Wilson have the place on the halves this summer and get him to see to the things while you are down. I am in hopes to be able to send you some next week for to get you a rig out to come down so you must be on hand.
Father and all the folks are well and are ancous for you to sell out and come down here and live which I think you will when you see the place. But it is getting dark so no more at present.
From your affectionate husband
William
Cassy hall is going to be married in August and told me to send her love to you.
1323. Letter from Eliza Laurence to a sister in Horton, Nov 9, 1875

Horton November 9 1875
Dear Sister
I want you to enclose this letter and send it to William. I have not heard from him since he left here four weeks ago.
I have been laid up with a swelling on my right hand four weeks. It is not well yet. I have nearly lost the use of my middle finger. I want William to get this letter as soon as you can get it to him. I want him to come or send me an order in a letter to get his note from Pineo.
I was to Masterville last Saturday and I went to Kinsman and paid him the six dollars. Kinsman went with me to Pineos office and told Pineo I had paid it all up. I then asked Pineo for the note. He refused giving me the note. He said I must get an order from Laurence before he would give me the note.
Please send this to William if he is in Windsor.
I want you to write when you get this and let me know if William is there.
Yours Eliza Laurence
1324. Letter from Richard Robert Crowe (son of William B) to his sisters Eliza and Mary Ann at Horton, sent from Chicago, Sep 1, 1863

Chicago Sept. 1,1863
My Dear Sisters
I have written to you several times and have got no answer. I wonder what can be the reason. If you have not got them I am very sorry for I want to hear from you very much. I have felt very bad about you and Elizas often for I was fearful you was not well or something had happened. I want to hear how you both are and how you are a getting along and all about your wellfair. How is Wilson a getting along. I hope thrifty and well, and how is John and his family, I hope well. I would like to hear from them very much. Tell both of them to write me.
I am in a foreign country and do not see you very often. You are in a peacable and quiet land to live in. We are in a land whear there is nothing but war and trouble. Everything is very high that you eat or drink and will be still higher. It costs me $12 Dollars a week to live so you may judge things is high. If you hear from William I wish you would write me where he is for I want to write to him. Warren has got his pictures taken and he sends you one.
Now Mary Ann and Elizas I want you to be sure and write to me all about things as soon as you get this for I want to hear from you. I don’t know how long I may live in the western country. I think of coming to Nova Scotia and to buy a small place their and to spend the rest of my days in a peacable place. If so I will be their next fall. I suppose you would be glad. I would try to make you a little more comfortable than you are now.
Now girls do not fail to write just as soon as you get this. We are all well and I--- hope you all are too. Ellison sends her love to you. Margaret, Sarah and Warren sends their love to you and Elizas and they all want to see you both very much. We often talk of you. Margaret is going to send you her baby likeness soon. I will come to a close by wishing you health happiness and prosperity to you all. Tell Wilson and John to write. So good by and Good Bless You.
From your brother
R.R. Crowe
To Mary Ann and Elizas Crowe
Horton, Nova Scotia

Direct your letter to me to Chicago, Illinois
1325. Letter from Thompson Phillip Crowe (son Of Eyre Evans) to a Cousin, (unknown) May 1, 1883

Sailors Snug Harbor
May 1st, 1883
My Dear Cousin,
I have received your kind letter and was glad to hear you were all well. That was a sad thing about poor Al Dewolfs. I knew him from a child. I think William had better go to the west in Canada. The railroad will reach the Rocky Mountains. There will be a great deal of work there building for emigrants. I think there will be a great deal of mining in the mountains. They have found a Silver Mine 100 feet thick and there is 1000 miles of good land.
I suppose Thompson will be on hire this summer and display the big elephant. They had to shoot him. He got so cross he nocked everything to pieces with his trunk.
It is only 20 miles from here to Amboy where our fathers were born across in New Jersey, 100 years ago the 25 of Nov. 1783, my father and grandfather went on board a Man of War. There was 100 sails of man of Wars and transports and they took on board 25,000 Loyalists and all the soldiers and sailed some for England and some for NB and NS and left all their property behind &e c------------ I want to go to Amboy and see if I can find the old plaice & e c --------------

I will send you a few verses I made about our farmer’s daughter, Jinni Clark, 18 years if age. She had a beau by the name of Gamble. He went out west last year and bought a farm in Nebraska and built a house and got all ready and sent for her last fall and she went. He met her at the station at 9 at night and was married at 11 and went to bed and went home next day. That’s the way to do it--------
A Snug Harbour Girl
Of all the girls our farmer has, and he has 4 or 5
Anna’s the prettyest of them all as sure as I’m alive.
Magge thinks she’s very pretty and Bell thinks she is tall
And Mary says she’ll have a beau but Jinni has beat them all.
For she’s as brave as a lion and as harmless as the doves
And she’ll cross the rocky mountains to find the lad she loves.
Three days and nights she traveled before she found her lad
And then they soon got married and she left her mom and dad.
He met her at the station in the far distant west
And when he clasped her in his arm he said I’m truly blest.
I hope she will find as good a home as the one she left behind,
As for her husband and his friends, I no they treat her kind.
Perhaps she’ll hunt the buffalo since she began to ramble,
For they say she was an expert on hunting up a Gamble.
There’s one thing Crowe asks of her and that he’ll quickly tell,
That she will get a beau out thair for her dear sister Bell.

Give my love to your mother and all the rest. Don’t forget Wilson and L. Johnson & e c -------
And I remain yours truly
Thompson
You must write when you hear from your Uncle William.
1326. 1940 Census, Evanston, Cook, IL
Lawrence O Roberts
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Lawrence O Roberts
Age:
47
Estimated birth year:
abt 1893
Gender:
Male
Race:
White
Birthplace:
Illinois
Marital Status:
Married
Relation to Head of House:
Head
Home in 1940:
Evanston, Cook, Illinois
Map of Home in 1940:
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Street:
Noyes Street
House Number:
2519
Farm:
No
Inferred Residence in 1935:
Evanston, Cook, Illinois
Residence in 1935:
Same House
Sheet Number:
2B
Number of Household in Order of Visitation:
39
Occupation:
Accountant
House Owned or Rented:
Owned
Value of Home or Monthly Rental if Rented:
14000
Attended School or College:
No
Highest Grade Completed:
College, 1st year
Hours Worked Week Prior to Census:
44
Class of Worker:
Wage or salary worker in private work
Weeks Worked in 1939:
52
Income:
5000+
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Lawrence O Roberts
47
Dorothy I Roberts
45
Minerva Laurson
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Crowe, Addie Myrtle
Medford, Kings County
1865
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Medford, Kings County
1866
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Medford, Kings County
1867
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Kentville, Kings County
1872
Crowe, Richard Robert
Kentville, Kings County
1872
Crowe, Frances Blanche
Kentville, Kings County
1879
Crowe, George A.
Patterson, Cynthia
Kings County
1864
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Irving, Hattie Althea
Kings County
1896
Crowe, Glendon Frederick
Greene, Verna Evelyn
Kings County
1921
Crowe, Harry W.
Dickie, Kate A.
Kings County
1890
Crowe, James E
bowles, Iona J.
Kings County
1873
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Weaver, Ruth
Kings County
1866
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Hockin, Hilda
Kings County
1920
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Kentville, Kings County
1918


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Kentville, Kings County
1925
1328. Death of Robert Crow in the Canadian Genealogy Index, 1600s-1900s
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Name: Robert Crow
Event: Died
Year: 1823
Province: Nova Scotia
Source: Jean M. Holder, Nova Scotia Vital Statistics from Newspapers, 1823-1828, Genealogical Committee of the Nova Scotia Historical Society, Halifax.
Volume/Page: 25
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1329. General History, Captain Richard Robert Crowe, not Primary sources

CROWE Richard 1713 Dowhill 101020 Section 6 9 of 34
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Richard Robert Crowe. He was born in 1728 in the County of Galway, Ireland, and was placed in the King’s Army by his parents at the age of 17. He came to America in Dunbar’s 48th Regiment in 1755. He was wounded on 7 July 1775 during General Braddock’s attack on Fort Duquesne in the Battle of the Wilderness near the Monongahelah River. Appointed to a lieutenancy on 10 November 1755 by General William Shirley, he was with Lord Amherst at the capture of Louisbourgh in July of 1758. He particpated in the expedition led by General Wolf against Quebec in 1759, and was wounded while serving under General Murray at Quebec on 20 April 1760. Liertenant Crowe served in the attack on Martinique in January 1762, and in the attack and capture of Havana, in August 1763. His Regiment returned to England in 1763 and from there to Cork Ireland. Following the Peace Treaty of Paris in 1763, he resigned his commission and received a land grant in America in recognition of his services in the Seven Years War.

Richard Robert Crowe married "Widow" Ayres and settled in Middlesex County, New Jersey where he purchased several tracts of land and operated a kiln for making stoneware. He also owned land in New York and Pennsylvania. When the American Revolution began, he refused to join the rebellion and was jailed with other loyalists. He made his way to New York in 1777, where Sir William Howe appointed him Foourrier De Lacour to the British Army. He was appointed as Captain of a company of Black Pioneers in 1777, and particpated in the Battle of Brandywine Creek, Germantown, and Beggardtown. He was with General Clinton in New Jersey in 1778, and went from there to New York. He served with the British Army until the war ended in 1783.

He moved his family to Nova Scotia in 1783 where he received half pay for his Army service. He also received some compensation for the property confiscated by New Jersey and a grant of land in Parrsborough Township, Kings County, Nova Scotia in 1789. He died in June 1821, in Nova Scotia. (Both the birth date above and the date of death was taken from a letter written by William George Crowe in 1899.)

The sword which belonged to RRC and in the custody of Margaret Jane Crowe Finney, has PDL inscribed inside a dotted elipse on the blade just below the hand guard. This sword was given by Richard Robert Crowe to William B. Crowe, then to Wilson Evans Crowe, then to Frederick Charles Crowe, then to Margaret Jane (Peggy) Crowe Finney.

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TRENTON, FEBRUARY 17
Camp, Middle-Brook, February 6th, 1779.

THE Commander in Chief approved of the orders issued by Major-General Lord Stirling, during his command at this Camp, and thanks him for his endeavours to preserve order and discipline, and the property of the farmers in the vicinity of the Camp. He doubts not but the officers of every rank, from a just sence of the importance of securing to others the blessings they themselves are contending for, will use their utmost vigilance to maintain those privileges and prevent abuses, as nothing can redound more to their personal honour and the reputation of their respective corps.

Extract from General Orders,
ALEX. SCAMMELL, Adjt Gen

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1995
RootsWeb
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Archiver > SURNAMES > 1995-02 > 0793119862

From: Robert Steele <samstee@netnet1.netnet.net> 
Subject: CROWE; IRL > NS,CAN 1728-1820 
Date: Sat, 18 Feb 1995 09:04:22 -0600

CROWE; IE 1728-1754> NA 1754-1783> NS 1783-1820

Seeking all descendants of Richard Robert Crowe b ca 1728 Ireland, died
after 1820 Nova Scotia.

Richard Robert Crowe Capt..Born ca 1728 in Ireland Son of Right Reverend
William Crowe and Emilia Eyre Evans.. She was the daughter of George Evans,
of Bulgadden Hall, First Baron Carberry.. Richard Robert died in Nova Scotia
after 1820.

Richard Robert Crowe came to America in the 48th Regiment in 1755 with
General Braddock. He was wounded 7 July during General Braddock's aborted
attack on Fort Duquesne in the action at Monongahelah River. General
Braddock's forces were destroyed. He was appointed to a lieutenancy by
General Thurly on 10 July.

Lieutenant Crowe was with Lord Amherst at the capture of Louisbourg in July
1758. He was in the expedition with General Wolf at the capture of Quebec,
July - September 1759. He was wounded while serving under General Murry at
Quebec, 20 April 1760. He was with General Monkton in the attack on
Martinique in January 1762. After the reduction of the Island of Martinique,
He went with Lord Allemand to Havana, August 1762, where he was wounded and
lost his health.Following the Peace Treaty of Paris, in 1763, he resigned
his commision in favor of his nephew.

On April 19,1769, he petitioned the crown for a grant of 2000 acres of land
in the Province of New York. The petition was granted January 17, 1775 for
2000 acres of land on the Susquehanna River, bounded on the east by lands
surveyed for John Reed, and to include the islands opposite said tract. The
land was surveyed and mapped January 20, 1775. He gave up the land to Robert
L. Hooper January 25, 1776.
When the Americans revolted, he was solicited by many of them to join their
cause. When he refused the offer of Mr. Tucker, then Presidentof the
Provincial Congress, he was made a prisoner and remained in confinement in
the State Prison in Philadelphia for nine months, of which seventeen weeks
were in close confinement.

He, with the rest of the prisoners from New Jersey, was sent to that state
for trial. After pleading that he was a British subject, he was permitted to
go within the British lines. He went to New York where Sir William Howe
appointed him Fourrier De Lacour to the Army.

On landing at the Head of Elk, Maryland, 1777, he was appointed to a company
of black pioneers. He was with General howe at the Battle of Brandywine
Creek (11 September, 1777), Germantown (4 October, 1777), and Beggardtown in
1778.

He was with Sir Henry Clinton at the Battle of Monmouth Court House (28
June, 1778) in New Jersey. The engagement was indecisive and Clinton reached
New york without further hindrance. Monmouth was the last major battle to be
fought in the North.

He moved to Nova Scotia in 1783. He received a 700 acre land grant in
Parrsborough Township in 1789. He married ______ Ayres (a widow who had two
sons at sea) He was active in shipping goods from Minos Bay, Nova Scotia to
Boston, New York, and the West Indies in the early 1800's.. In 1813 he wrote
a letter to Col. Crane in which he stated he was 85 years old and had six
sons and one step son. He wrote a letter to his son William in May of 1820
in which he detailed his brothers and sisters and aunts and incles. He died
after 1820, and before 1838

He first married _____ _____ They had the following sons and possibly more.:

21 i. William B. Crowe
22 ii. Eyre Evans Crowe

He second married ______Ayres Widow.

--
Robert Steele samstee@netnet.net

This thread:
CROWE; IRL > NS,CAN 1728-1820 by Robert Steele <samstee@netnet1.netnet.net>

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From: "James Pylant" <datatrace@htcomp.net> (Stephensville, TX)
To: "Steve Johnson" <sj@ponderroses.com>
Subject: Re: Capt. Richard Robert Crowe
Date: Sun, 7 Apr 2002 16:21:49 -0500

Dear Steve,

Thanks for your reply on the Crowes. 

Eyre Crowe died on 17 February 1872 in Fond du Lac, Fond du Lac County, Wisconsin. His death certificate, no. 01000 (Vol. 1, p. 7), states Eyre Evan Crowe, Sea Captain, was born 8 October 1774, Staten Island, to Robert Richard Crowe and Anna Willson. His wife's maiden name is given as Mary Morrison.

On 16 May 1820, Richard Robert Crowe, Esq., of Kings County, Nova Scotia, sold his 250-acre tract near Bear Creek, in Annapolis County, to Eyre E. Crowe for 100 pounds currency. This land is almost certainly the same 250-acre Annapolis County tract that John Christopher Wagner sold to R. Richard Crow Esq  on 9 November 1785. Wagner acknowledged receipt of 30 Guineas as full payment from Richard Robert Crow Esq ten days later.

The marriage record of Eyre Crowe and Mary Morrison, in Annapolis County, states that he was the son of "Robt. Crowe." The births of children Eyre E. (born 20 March 1835) and Mary (born 3 August 1836) are also recorded. Eyre, wife Mary and children Eyre (age 25) and Mary (age 23) are shown on the 1860 Census of Waushara County, Wisconsin, living next to Gideon Crowe. Gideon, age 27, born in Nova Scotia, is enumerated next to the household of Richard R. Crowe (age 51, born in Nova Scotia), which included Mary (age 49), William, Mary, Thompson, Richard, Adeline, Harriet, George, and Burton. Interestingly, all of these children are named in the Cogswell genealogy.   

The Cogswell genealogy also states Richard R. Crowe, son of Ezra E. Crowe and Penelope Murray, was born in Horton, N. S. However, I found no such record in the Horton township book. I've even wondered if the Cogswell's Ezra E. Crowe was really Eyre E. Crowe. Have you found this mysterious Ezra E. outside of the Cogswell book?

Richard R. Crowe (Eyre's neighbor in 1860) was the father of Thompson P. Crowe, born in April of 1837 in Nova Scotia. Thompson moved to Wisconsin with Ezra E. Crowe, Jr., but later he settled in Warren County, Tennessee. The 1900 Federal Census for Warren County shows Thompson P. Crowe, born April 1837 in Nova Scotia. (The Cogswell book shows 23 April 1837 as Thompson P.'s birth date.)

My connection to the Crowes is by marriage. Thompson P. was the great-grandfather of my cousins, Jerry Crowe and Gloria (Crowe) Burton.

Again, thanks for answering.

Sincerely,

James

<http://www.genealogymagazine.com/>http://www.genealogymagazine.com/ <---- my website

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1330. Richard Robert Crowe, Speculative Birth, Marriage, Death, Immigration etc.

U.S. and Canada, Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 1500s-1900s about Richard Robt. Crowe
Name:
Richard Robt. Crowe
Arrival Year:
1775
Arrival Place:
America
Source Publication Code:
2185
Primary Immigrant:
Crowe, Richard Robt
Annotation:
Date and place of mention. Place of origin, reason for emigrating, occupation, names of family members and friends, location and value of confiscated property, war service rendered, losses sustained, evidence of character, statements of witnesses, notes of deeds and wills, and highlights of war experiences may also be provided. Originally published as Second Report of the Bureau of Archives for the Province of Ontario.
Source Bibliography:
FRASER, ALEXANDER. United Empire Loyalists: Enquiry into the Losses and Services in Consequence of Their Loyalty. Evidence in Canadian Claims. Toronto: L. K. Cameron, 1905. Reprinted by Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, 1994.
Page:
1275


Source Information:
Ancestry.com. U.S. and Canada, Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 1500s-1900s [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc, 2010.

Original data: Filby, P. William, ed. Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 1500s-1900s. Farmington Hills, MI, USA: Gale Research, 2012.

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1757
Richard Robert Crowe
 in the U.S. and Canada, Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 1500s-1900s
Name: Richard Robert Crowe
Arrival Year: 1757
Arrival Place: America
Source Publication Code: 1640.7.36
Primary Immigrant: Crowe, Richard Robert
Annotation: Date and port of arrival or date and place of first mention. Date and place of birth and death, name of ship, names of parents, number of persons in the household, and occupation may also be provided.
Source Bibliography: DOBSON, DAVID. Irish Emigrants in North America, Part Seven. Baltimore: Clearfield Co., 2008.
Page: 21
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Source Citation
Place: America; Year: 1757; Page Number: 21
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Original data: Filby, P. William, ed. Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 1500s-1900s. Farmington Hills, MI, USA: Gale Research, 2012.
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England, Select Births and Christenings, 1538-1975 about Ann Willson
Name: Ann Willson
Gender: Female
Baptism Date: 26 Jun 1751
Baptism Place: St. Edmund's, Norwich, Norfolk, England
Father: William Willson
Mother: Ann
FHL Film Number: 1517746
Reference ID: item 14

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Marriage Information
Date 24 Jun 1770
Location St. Stephen, Norwich, Norfolk, England
to Anna Willson  
No description has been added.


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Lt. Richard Robert Crow found in:
Family Archive #238 Genealogical Records: New York, 1675-1920
Event: Died in: Bef. 1775
Comments: Land record
Source: Calendar of the N.Y. Colonial Manuscripts indorsed Land Papers - Extracts
Publisher: Weed, Parsons & Co.
Publication Information: Albany, 1864
Page: 619 Province: New York---from GenealogyLibrary.com
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1331. Richard Robert Crowe Land Transactions

From: History of Tioga, Chemung, Tompkins, and Schuyler Counties, New York: With Illustrations and Biographical Sketches of Some of Its Prominent Men and Pioneers (Google eBook)

Coxe's Manor, were sold as follows: to Robert Morris, several tracts in Owego; Alexander Macomb, 6930 acres in Owego and Vestal, Feb. 15, 1785, vol. xliii., p. 123, Land Papers, New York; Nicholas Fish, 7040 acres in Owego, and 6400 acres in township 7 of the tract purchased of the Oneidas and Tatcarorat, in Owego and Nichols, vol. xliii., pp. 84 and 85, Land Papers; William Butler, return of survey for 3000 acres in Nichols, adjoining Coxe's Patent on the west, Jan. 12, 1775, vol. xxxv., p. 14; John Reid, similar return for 3000 acres adjoining Butler on the west, Jan. 12, 1775, vol. xxxv., p. 15; Richard Robert Crowe, similar return, Jan. 20, 1775, for 2000 lying between Reid's tract and the Susquehanna, which bounds it on the west, vol. xxxv., p. 23, Land Papers.
On the 10th of November, 1784. Rebecca, John D., and Trench Coxe filed a caveat in the land-office protesting against the granting by the State of any certificates of location, warrants of survey, or letters patent for lands west of the Delaware River, bounded south by Pennsylvania, until the claim of said protestors, or their assigns, to a tract of 29,812 acres of land, on the east bank of the Susquehanna, was lawfully and fully recognized.|| The claims of the Coxe heirs were confirmed subsequently, and the tract, as surveyed in 1806-7, was found to contain 30,900 acres.

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1765
Journals of the Board of Trade and Plantations, Volume 12: January 1764 - December 1767
K. H. Ledward (editor) 1936 175-188
BHO, British History Online
'Journal, June 1765: Volume 72', Journals of the Board of Trade and Plantations, Volume 12: January 1764 - December 1767 (1936), pp. 175-188. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=77632 Date accessed: 10 February 2014. Add to my bookshelf

West Florida.
Order of the King in Council, dated May 5th, 1765, referring to the Board the petition of Richard Robert Crowe, praying for a grant of five thousand acres of land in West Florida.
Plantations General.
Upon consideration of the foregoing petitions and memorials, it was resolved to recommend orders for grants to the following persons of the quantity of land set against each proponent's name, upon the conditions and reservations already approved of in the case of other proponents, viz.,
West Florida.
John Mackintosh, merchant 5,000 "
Samuel Hannay " 5,000 "
Theophilus Debat 5,000 "
Joseph Debat 5,000 "
James Fanning 2,000 "
Silvester Fanning 2,000 "
Mathew Fanning 2,000 "
Arthur Neil 2,000 "
Francis Whitaker 2,000 "
Thomas Sumpter 2,000 "
Richard Robert Crowe 5,000 "

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Loyalist and Land Settlement in Nova Scotia
Kings County Grants
Crowe, Richard Robert, Captain, 1786, Parrsborough Township, 700 acres
1332. Lawrence O Roberts
 in the Cook County, Illinois Marriage Indexes, 1912-1942
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Lawrence O Roberts
Gender:
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Spouse Name:
Dorothy C Irvine
Spouse Gender:
Female
Marriage Date:
31 Aug 1922
1333. Lawrence O Roberts
 in the U.S. City Directories, 1822-1995
Name:
Lawrence O Roberts
Gender:
Male
Residence Year:
1948
Street address:
2519 Noyes
Residence Place:
Evanston, Illinois, USA
Occupation:
Accountant
Spouse:
Dorothy I Roberts
Publication Title:
Evanston, Illinois, City Directory, 1948
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1334. 1855 Minnesota State Census, Blue Earth, Vernon Center

Crowe, TP 48, Ellen J 30, Milton L 10, Emery W 7, Clay C 3, Ray H 2
1335. 1875 Minnesota StateCensus, Blue Earth?

Crowe TP 38, E 22, ML 0
1336. 1920 Census, Tennessee, Warren, McMinnville

Crowe TP 82, Walker 63, RD 24, Bonner 21
1337. 1900 Census Tennessee, Warren, McMinnville

Crowe TP63, Walker 43, Milton 25, Ray H 17, Abe 7, RD 5
1338. Leigh’s Family, crleigh@tampabay.rr.com, Oct 9, 2002
Family of Patrick Murray Crowe and Idella Elvira Reeves
1339. email from Scarlett Law, scooby01@ns.sympatico.ca
Hi Steve,
 
Here is my genealogy page…..I have divorced my first husband so I added the info of my current husband, and we have been blessed with another child J
If you need any additional info, please let me know J
 
Thanks
Scarlett

Name: Bryan Dale Law, M * Divorced
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Birth Date: 16 Nov 1964 Age: 51
Birth Place: Zweibrucken, Germany.............
Burial Date: ...................................................
Burial Place: ...................................................
Chr Date: ...................................................
Chr Place: ...................................................
Death Date: ...................................................
Death Place: ...................................................
Education: ..........
Health: ...................................................
Occupation: Canadian Forces.....................
Religion: United..................................
Flags: ...................................................
Bapt Date: ...................................................
Bapt Place: ...................................................
Cause of death: ...................................................
Citizen Date: ...................................................
Citizen Place: ...................................................
Military Date: Aug 1984 - Present
Military Place: ...................................................
Natu Date: ...................................................
Natu Place: ...................................................
Email: .
Web Page: ...................................................
Father: Norman Alistar Law, M....(30 Aug 1938 -). Powell River, BC.......
Mother: Lottie Elizabeth Gesner, F (09 Feb 1945 -)..Grandville Ferry, NS.....
Other spouses:


History

Bryan was born overseas while his father was posted there with the Canadian Armed Forces.


Military


Canadian Armed Forces – Signals Corps


Marr Date: 23 Sep 1995
Marr Place: Kentville, Kings Co, NS
Status: ............................. Place: ...................................................
Email: ...................................................
Web Page: ...................................................

Misc. Notes

Divorced – 18 April 2008


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Spouse: Scarlett Tara Jess, F
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Birth Date: 6 Sep 1968 Age: 47
Birth Place: Summerside, PEI....................
Burial Date: ...................................................
Burial Place: ...................................................
Chr Date: .........Dec, 1968..........................................
Chr Place: ......Summerside, PEI.............................................
Death Date: ...................................................
Death Place: ...................................................
Education: Kings County Academy..........
Health: ...................................................
Occupation: Canadian Forces.......................
Religion: Anglican..................................
Flags: ...................................................
Bapt Date: ...................................................
Bapt Place: .
Cause of death: ...................................................
Citizen Date: ...................................................
Citizen Place: ...................................................
Military Date: .27 Sep 1988 – 16 Oct 2011.....
Military Place: ...................................................
Natu Date: ...................................................
Natu Place: ...................................................
Email: Scooby01@ns.sympatico.ca......
Web Page: ...................................................
Father: Malcolm Pazant Jess, M (1931-1981) Kentville, NS
Mother: Geraldine Marie Walton, F (1937-) Kentville, NS



Current spouse: Stephen Wayde Clark..Age 49.........(2009).
Born 21 June 1966 Kelowna, BC
Religion – United
Canadian Armed Forces – Signals Corps 28 Aug 1985 – 04 Sep 2007
Parents – Claude Peter Clark, M (01 Oct 1949 - ) Kelowna, BC
Dianne Jean (Currie) Clark, F (15 Mar 1950 -) Kelowna, BC

History





Military

Canadian Armed Forces – Signals Corps

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Children
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1 M : Joshua Bryan Law
Birth Date: 20 Apr 1997..............................
Birth Place: Quebec City, PQ.......................
Burial Date: ...................................................
Burial Place: ...................................................
Chr Date: ......June 1997.............................................
Chr Place: .............Canning, NS......................................
Death Date: ...................................................
Death Place: ...................................................
Education: West Kings District High School.
Health: ...................................................
Occupation: Canadian Forces - Reserves.....
Religion: Anglican....................................
Flags: ...................................................
Bapt Date: ...................................................
Bapt Place: ...................................................
Cause of death: ...................................................
Citizen Date: ...................................................
Citizen Place: ...................................................
Employ Date: ...................................................
Employ Place: ...................................................
Military Date: ......18 June 2015 - Present.............................................
Military Place: .....West Nova Scotia Regiment, Kentville, NS.......................................
Email: ...................................................
Web Page: ...................................................

History

Spouse: ...................................................


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2 M : Keagan Peter Clark
Birth Date: 28 Oct 2009.............................
Birth Place: Kentville, NS............................
Burial Date: ...................................................
Burial Place: ...................................................
Chr Date: ....................April, 2010.............
Chr Place: ............Greenwood, NS..............
Death Date: ...................................................
Death Place: ...................................................
Education: ...................................................
Health: ...................................................
Occupation: ...................................................
Religion: Anglican....................................
Flags: ...................................................
Bapt Date: ...................................................
Bapt Place: ...................................................
Cause of death: ...................................................
Citizen Date: ...................................................
Citizen Place: ...................................................
Employ Date: ...................................................
Employ Place: ...................................................
Military Date: ...................................................
Military Place: ...................................................
Email: ...................................................
Web Page: ...................................................

History


Spouse: ...................................................
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1340. George Evans and A Tale of Bulgaden Hall

St James Magazine, 1850
Files (7): BulgadenHall0, BulgadenHall1, BulgadenHall2, BulgadenHall3, BulgadenHall4, BulgadenHall5, BulgadenHall6
1341. Abraham Morrill, americanancestors.org, 11/20/2014
1343. 1870 US Census, Wisconsin, Waushara, Oasis, ancestry.com, 4/19/2016
William Crowe 37, Mary 27, Emma 6, Ellen 1
William Crowe
 in the 1870 United States Federal Census
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Age in 1870:
37
Birth Year:
abt 1833
Birthplace:
Nova Scotia
Home in 1870:
Oasis, Waushara, Wisconsin
Race:
White
Gender:
Male
Post Office:
Oasis
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Name
Age
William Crowe
37
Mary Crowe
27
Emma Crowe
6
Ellen Crowe
1
James Bowen
14
1344. Civil War Draft Registration Records, 1863-1865
William Crowe 30, Richard 23, Thompson 25, Eyre 28
1345. email from Loa Titman, May 14, 2016

On May 14, 2016, at 3:53 PM, LOA/DAVE TITMAN <loa.dave@sasktel.net> wrote:
Hi Steve
Just got a call from Mom. Wayne Crowe passed away May 13, 2016. His name was Richard WAYNE Crowe born June 1, 1939. He had Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s- a wicked combination. Funeral on May 28, 2016.
 
Now some happy news:
Lana  (Morelli) Antosh and Layne Antosh had a baby boy March 18, 2016. Name Corben Eldon Lawrence Antosh. Mom and son are doing great.
 
I am getting the last of my garden seeds in the ground. We had a couple of really cold days- snow came down but melted before it hit the ground. Other places like Humboldt had 2-3 inches- so was quite white.
Dave’s hand is healing nicely- he had a tendon cut on his left hand about 6 weeks ago. He is now out in the field cultivating- hope to be seeding next week.
We are getting some of the smoke from the fires up at Fort McMurray, Alberta. I can only imagine it there.
Take care.
Love
Loa
1346. Burke’s Irish Family Records, Kenny
1347. http://eyrecrowe.com/biography/familytree/

Crowe family tree
This family tree shows Eyre Crowe’s ancestors, and the children and grandchildren of his siblings. More recent branches of the family are listed on the Coke-Smyth family tree website.
First generation
Richard Robert Crowe (c.1650-1713), of Dowhill, co. Limerick, Ireland. Married Elizabeth.
Second generation
Revd William Crowe, Dean of Clonfert, Ireland (c.1693-1766) m Emilia Eyre Evans (b c.1695), daughter of the Rt Hon George Evans, barrister, of Bulgaden Hall, co. Limerick (c.1650-1720) and his wife Mary Eyre, daughter of the Rt Hon John Eyre of Eyre Court, co. Galway, Ireland. Sons:
• Revd William Crowe, Archdeacon of Clonfert (b c.1727)
• Richard Robert Crowe (1728-1821), army officer. Fought in America. Died in King’s County, Nova Scotia.
• George Evans Crowe
• Captain Eyre Evans Crowe (d 1804), army officer
Third generation
Captain Eyre Evans Crowe (d 1804), army officer. Fought with the 84th Regiment of Foot in India with his cousin Sir Eyre Coote, and later in America. Retired to Sindlesham, Berkshire. Children:
• Anne Crowe (d 1840)
• Elizabeth Crowe
• Mary Crowe (c.1782-5 May 1842)
• Captain David Crowe (d c.1809), army officer
Fourth generation
Captain David Crowe (d c.1809), army officer. Of the 23rd Regiment of Foot (Royal Welch Fusiliers) and the 30th Regiment of Foot (Cambridgeshire Regiment). Married Amy Hayman of Walmer, Kent, in 1797 (d February 1800). One son:
• Eyre Evans Crowe (1799-1868)
Eyre Crowe’s father and mother
EYRE EVANS CROWE (1799-1868). Born Redbridge, Hampshire, 25 March 1799. Educated at Trinity College, Dublin. Married (1) at St Peter’s, Dublin, 20 October 1823, Margaret Archer (c.1803-1853), only daughter of Captain Joseph Archer of Kiltimon, co. Wicklow (d 1835) and Hester Bury (c.1774-1856). Margaret aged 48 in 1851 census, died in Paris on 22 October 1853.
Eyre Evans Crowe married (2), at St John’s Church, Waterloo, London, on 1 November 1854, Frances Jane Milne of Surbiton, daughter of John Milne, Captain in the Army. Frances Jane born Pimlico, c.1814. Descendants, all born illegitimate before their marriage.
Eyre Evans Crowe died in London, 25 February 1868. Buried at Kensal Green Cemetery, London.
Eyre Crowe and his siblings
1. Eyre Crowe (1824-1910). Born Chelsea, Middlesex, 3 October 1824. Baptised at St Luke’s parish church, Chelsea, 10 November 1824. Elected A.R.A. 1876. Died at 88 Hallam Street, Marylebone, London, 12 December 1910. Buried at Kensal Green Cemetery, London.
2. (Sir) Joseph Archer Crowe (1825-1896). Born Chelsea. Baptised at St Luke’s parish church, Chelsea, 16 November 1825. Married Asta von Barby (c.1841-1908), daughter of Baron Gustav von Barby and Eveline von Ribbentrop, in Gotha, Germany, 11 April 1861. A.C.B. 14 March 1885; K.C.M.G. 21 May 1890. Died at his brother-in-law’s baroque mansion, ‘das untere Schloss’, in the village of Gamburg-an-der-Tauber, near Würzburg, in present day Baden-Württemberg in Germany, 6 September 1896. Memorial stone at Kensal Green Cemetery, London. Probate of will granted at London to Dame Asta Crowe, widow, 15 December 1896. Asta living in Chelsea in 1901 census (aged 60), death registered in the March quarter of 1908. Descendants.
3. Eugenie Maria Crowe (1827-1899). Born La Capelle near Boulogne, France, 20 April 1827. Married Robert William Wynne, M.D. (1822-1869), of Llanddulas, Denbighshire, at Hampstead parish church, Middlesex, on 30 October 1850. Robert born at Ashbourne, Derbyshire, 20 September 1822, and died at Llanddulas, 4 January 1869. Eugenie living at 11 Hampstead Hill Gardens, Hampstead, in 1871, and at Little Warley Lodge near Brentwood, Essex, in 1881. Not found in 1891 census. Died at Boulevard Victor Hugo, Nice, France, 18 January 1899. Buried in Nice. Descendants.
4. Edward Crowe (1829-1873). Born France, 1829. Married Elizabeth (Bettina) Elliot Marconi (c.1829-1904) at the British Consulate General Chaplaincy, Warsaw, Poland, 28 April 1860. Elizabeth born in Poland (British subject), c.1829. Family moved to Redcar area, 1863. Living in Kirkleatham near Redcar in 1871 census, Edward described as a civil engineer. Edward died Marton, Middlesbrough, 20 December 1873. Probate of will granted at York to Elizabeth Crowe, widow, 14 January 1874. Elizabeth living in Banbury, Oxfordshire in 1891 and 1901 censuses. Death registered, aged 76, in Middlesbrough, March quarter of 1904. Descendants.
5. Amy Crowe (1831-1865). Born Paris, 1831. Married, 5 December 1862, (Colonel Sir) Edward Talbot Thackeray (b 1836). Amy died in Allahabad, India, 9 July 1865. Descendants.
6. George Crowe (1841-1889). Born Paris, 27 October 1841. Educated at University College, London. Married Kate Josephine Bateman, actress (1842-1917) in Brooklyn, New York, U.S.A., on 13 October 1866. Kate born Baltimore, U.S.A., 7 October 1842. Both living at Henbury, Gloucestershire, in 1871 census. Living at Taviton Road, St Pancras, in 1881 census. George died at Fisherton Anger asylum, Wiltshire, 6 October 1889, and was buried in Devizes Road cemetery in Salisbury. Kate was living at Portsea, Hampshire, in 1891 census. Living in Kensington, London, in 1901 census, aged 58. Died in London, 8 April 1917, buried at Hendon parish church. Descendants.
Descendants of Sir Joseph Archer Crowe
1. Evan Barby Crowe (1862-1941). Born Germany, 1862. Married Ellen Robie. Ellen born in Finland, c.1872 (aged 29 in 1901 census). Evan and Ellen living in Kensington, London, in 1901 census. Evan died at Radway, Warwickshire, 19 July 1941. Children:
• Harold Crowe (1895-1915). Born Streatham, Surrey. Aged 6 in 1901 census.
• Oliver Crowe (b 1898). Born in South Hampstead, Middlesex. Aged 2 in 1901 census. Married (1) Daphne, (2) Mary Lowe. Had issue.
2. (Colonel) Percy Barby Crowe (1863-1933). Born Germany, 1863. Married Annie Allen. Not found in 1901 census. Died 12 December 1933. Buried at Kensal Green Cemetery, London. Children:
• (Lieutenant) Hugh Barby Crowe (1894-1915). Served in the Royal Fusiliers. Died at sea on H.M.S. Pythey, 25 October 1915. Headstone at Kensal Green Cemetery, London.
• Doreen Mary Crowe (1897-1962). Married Ronald Aldred-Brown. Had issue.
3. (Sir) Eyre Alexander Barby Wichart Crowe (1864-1925). Born Leipzig, Germany, 30 July 1864. At the Foreign Office, Westminster, aged 26, in 1891 census. Living at Chelsea, London, in 1901 census, aged 36. Married Clema Gerhardt (d 1953), daughter of Professor Dr Gerhardt and Wanda von Barby, and widow of Eberhardt von Bonin, 1903. K.C.M.G. 1911. Lived in Chelsea, died on holiday at Swanage, Dorset, 28 Apr 1925. Probate of will granted at London to Percy Barby Crowe, 12 June 1925. Children:
• Asta Eyre Crowe (1904-1953)
• Eric Eyre Crowe (b 1905). Married Virginia. Had issue.
• Una Eyre Crowe (1906-1926)
• Sybil Eyre Crowe (1908-1993)
4. Mildred Piccola Margaret Crowe (1867-). Born Germany, 1867. Visting the Holland family in Wimbledon, Surrey, in 1891 census. Marriage to Thomas Mulvany (1839-1907), consul general in Düsseldorf, registered in Kingston, Surrey, June quarter of 1891. Not found in 1901 census (living in Germany). Thomas died 16 August 1907, at Düsseldorf. Mildred alive in 1925.
5. Victoria Spenser Wilkinson. Born Germany, 1868. Married Professor Henry Spenser Wilkinson (1853-1937). Living in Chorlton-cum-Medlock, Manchester, in 1891 census (age given as 28). Living in Chelsea in 1901 census (age given as 35). Died 1929. Children:
• (Lieutenant) Eyre Spenser Wilkinson (1889-1915). Born in Manchester, Lancashire. Aged 10 in 1901 census, at school at Westgate on Sea, Kent. Married Bessie Watson. Had issue.
• Eveline Spenser Wilkinson (1891-1976). Born in Manchester, Lancashire. Aged 9 in 1901 census. Married Professor Francis Clarke. Had issue.
• Mildred Roberts Spenser Wilkinson (1893-1968). Born in Manchester, Lancashire. Aged 8 in 1901 census.
• Helen Mary Spenser Wilkinson (1894-1976). Born in Streatham, Surrey. Aged 6 in 1901 census. Married (1) Harold Child, d 1945, (2) John Blunt, d 1980. Had issue
• Victoria Adele Spenser Wilkinson (1895-1994). Born in Streatham, Surrey. Aged 5 in 1901 census
• (Sir) Thomas Crowe Spenser Wilkinson (1899-1982). Born in Chelsea. Aged 1 in 1901 census. Married Betty Horner (d 1980). Had issue.
6. Vera Crowe. Married Admiral Rudolf Siegel in Düsseldorf, 5 December 1893. Not found in 1901 census (living in Germany). Alive in 1925.
7. Anka Crowe. Died aged 8 months.
Descendants of Eugenie Maria Wynne
1. Eugenie Maria Wynne (1851-1939). Birth registered St Asaph, December quarter 1851. Living at Little Warley Lodge, aged 29, in 1881 census. Not found in 1891 or 1901 censuses. Living in Churt, Surrey, in 1920s. Died at Inglenook, Churt, 12 October 1939.
2. Amy Mary Anne Wynne (1853-1932). Birth registered St Asaph, March quarter 1853. Living in Hampstead, 1871. Married Revd Thomas Constable, 1878. Thomas was curate of Navestock, Essex, 1874-76; curate of Shenfield, Essex, 1876-77; curate of Boxley, Kent, 1877-81; and vicar of High Hurstwood, Sussex, from 1881. Amy not found in 1891 or 1901 censuses. Widowed and living in Churt, Surrey, in 1920s. Death registered in Farnham, March quarter 1932. Children:
• Hester Amy Constable (1880-1887). Birth registered December quarter 1880; death, aged 6, registered at Uckfield, June quarter 1887.
• Archibald Thomas Wynne Constable (1882-1915). Born Brighton, Sussex, 1 January 1882. 2nd Lieutenant Infantry Militia, living in Essex, in 1901 census, aged 18. Died 16 October 1915.
3. Blanche Maria Wynne (1854-1918). Born 19 August 1854, birth registered St Asaph, September quarter 1854. Living in Hampstead, 1871. Living at Little Warley Lodge, aged 26, in 1881 census. Married Henry George Lefroy, 1881. Henry born c.1847, Canada, a Lieutenant-Colonel in the Army. Family living in Westbury-on-Trym, Bristol, in 1891. Living in Edgbaston by 1898. Blanche (aged 46) and Henry (aged 54) living in Brentwood, Essex, in 1901 census, and in Farnham, Surrey in the 1910s. Death, aged 63, registered in Farnham, 1918. Children:
• Aline Dundas Lefroy (1884-). Born Eastbourne, Sussex, 20 August 1884. Living in Westbury-on-Trym in 1891, and in Brentwood, Essex, in 1901, aged 16. Married Piers Edgecumbe.
• Marjory Emily Lefroy (c.1886-). Born Kensington, London, c.1886. Living in Westbury-on-Trym in 1891, and in Brentwood, Essex, in 1901, aged 15. Married Jack Knyvett. Had issue.
4. Frances Margaret Wynne (1855-1909). Birth registered St Asaph, December quarter 1855. Living in Hampstead, 1871, and at Little Warley Lodge, aged 25, in 1881 census. Not found in 1891 or 1901 censuses. Died 12 December 1909 in Germany.
5. Robert William Wynne (1857-1933). Born Llanddulas, 11 June 1857. Living at Garthewin, Llanfairtalhairn, Denbighshire, in 1901 census (aged 48). Died 1933. Buried in Llanddulas churchyard.
6. Richard Wynne (1858-1932). Born Llanddulas, 25 May 1858. Living at Little Warley Lodge, aged 22, in 1881 census. Farmer in Oxstead, Surrey, in mid-1890s. Living at Headley, Hampshire, in 1901 census (aged 42). Married Frances Anna Macrory (1878-1962), 14 April 1903. Richard died 29 December 1932, buried in Llanddulas churchyard. Son:
• Robert Oliver Francis Wynne (1907-1993), of Garthewin, Llanfairtalhairn, Denbighshire. Born 25 September 1907. Married Nina More O’Ferrall, 1938. Died 5 March 1993. Had issue.
Descendants of Edward Crowe
1. Edward Crowe (1861-1924). Baptised at the British Consulate General Chaplaincy, Warsaw, 26 May 1861. Living in Kirkleatham near Redcar in 1871 census. Living in Marton, Middlesbrough, in 1881 census. Married his relative Eyrielle Frances Crowe (1869-), c.1890. Living in Coatham near Redcar, in 1891 census, aged 30 (civil engineer). Living at Dore, Derbyshire, in 1901 census, aged 40 (electrical engineer), with wife Eyrielle, aged 30, and children. Living at Eaglescliffe, county Durham, in 1911. Married Mrs Emily Barnley as his second wife, marriage registered at Guisborough, Yorkshire, March quarter 1917. Died at Saltburn-by-the-Sea, Yorkshire, 26 May 1924. Probate of will granted at London to George William Wynne Barnley, solicitor, 23 August 1926. Children:
• Eyrielle Edith Crowe (1891-). Aged 3 weeks in 1891 census, born Coatham, Redcar. Aged 10 in 1901 census, in Dore, Derbyshire. Married Frank Foster at St Peter’s Church, Redcar, Yorkshire, on 28 February 1916.
• Cyril Marconi Crowe (1894-1974). Born at Oakengates, Shropshire. Birth registered at Wellington, Shropshire, March quarter 1894. Aged 7 in 1901 census. Married Elena Temperly. World War I fighter pilot. Died 1974. Had issue.
2. Eyre Crowe (1862-). Born Poland, 1862. Living in Kirkleatham near Redcar in 1871 census. Living in Marton, Middlesbrough, in 1881 census. Living in Neithrop near Banbury, age 28, in 1891 census. Marriage with Beatrice Stockton registered in Banbury, June quarter 1896. Living at Neithrop in 1901 census, aged 38. Beatrice aged 36 in 1901 census, born Banbury, Oxfordshire. Box and cabinet file manufacturer in Banbury. Living at Berkhamsted in 1911, and Felbridge, East Grinstead, Sussex, in 1917. Children:
• Beatrice Evelyn (1897-). Born Warkworth, Northamptonshire, birth registered Banbury, December quarter 1897. Aged 3 in 1901 census.
• Henry Crowe (1899-1966). Born Banbury. Aged 1 in 1901 census. Married Sybil. Had issue.
• Sylvia Crowe, D.B.E. (1901-1997)
3. Henry Crowe (1863-). Born Poland, 1863. Living in Middlesbrough in 1871 census. Married Edith Graham. Living in Seaton Carew, co. Durham, in 1901 census (chief engineer at steel works). Edith born Darlington, Yorkshire, c.1870 (aged 31 in 1901 census). Living at Saltburn-by-the-Sea, Yorkshire, in 1911. Children:
• Edith Crowe (b 1893). Also known as Kitty. Aged 8 in 1901 census.
• Elsie Crowe (1895-1990). Aged 6 in 1901 census.
• Eileen Crowe (1900-1990). Name given as Ellen in 1901 census, aged 4 months.
• Bettina Crowe (b 1905). Married Richard Hoops. Had issue.
• Henry Marconi Crowe (b 1907). Married Christina Routledge. Had issue.
• Eyre Graeme Crowe (b 1908). Married Mary May. Had issue.
4. Margaret Crowe (1864-1910). Born Redcar, Yorkshire, 1864. Living in Kirkleatham near Redcar in 1871 census. Living in Marton, Middlesbrough, in 1881 census. Married Johann Hermann H. Ronnebeck (c.1851-), marriage registered Banbury, December 1890. Hermann born in Berlin, Germany, became a naturalised British subject: aged 31 in 1881 census, living in Redcar, Yorkshire (commercial clerk, iron trade); aged 41 in 1891 census, living in Marton, Middlesbrough (iron merchant); aged 51 in 1901 census, living in Marton, Middlesbrough (iron and steel merchant). Margaret died in Middlesbrough, June quarter 1910. Children:
• Heinrich Richard Ronnebeck (c.1892-). Born Middlesbrough. Aged 9 in 1901 census
• Edward Hermann Ronnebeck (1894-). Birth registered at Middlesbrough, December quarter 1894.
• Rupert Allan Ronnebeck (1898-). Birth registered at Middlesbrough, March quarter 1898. Married Dorothy. Had issue.
5. Robert E. Crowe (1866-1883). Born Middlesbrough. Birth registered at Stockton, June quarter 1866. Living in Kirkleatham near Redcar in 1871 census. Living in Marton, Middlesbrough, in 1881 census. Died 1883.
6. Eleanora Crowe (1868-). Born Middlesbrough. Birth registered at Stockton, March quarter 1868. Living in Kirkleatham near Redcar in 1871 census. Living in Marton, Middlesbrough, in 1881 census. Married Allen Dunnell in Banbury, September quarter 1894. Children:
• Margaret Bettina Dunnell (1898-). Birth registered Banbury, March quarter 1898.
• Hugh Robert Dunnell (1900-). Birth registered Banbury, June quarter 1900.
• John Dunnell.
7. Child, premature and probably still-born, born in September 1869.
8. Amy Bettina Crowe (1872-). Born Middlesbrough. Birth registered at Stockton, June quarter 1872. Living in Marton, Middlesbrough, in 1881 census. Married Hewett Sidney Carey (1866-1928) in Middlesbrough, September quarter 1895. (Details of the family tree of Hewett Sidney Carey can be found at http://www.careyroots.com/PS02/PS02_188.htm. Hewett born Cleveden, Somerset, 21 October 1866, and died 2 May 1928. Hewett and Amy living in Radway, Warwickshire, in 1901 census. Children:
• Hewett Fiennes Carey, born and died 1899.
• Armorel Carey (1901-1967). Birth registered Banbury, September quarter 1901.
• Bettina (Betty) Carey (1903-1979). Birth registered Banbury, September quarter 1903.
• Hewett Clive Carey (1905-1997). Married Charlotte (d 1992)
• Gaspard Patrick Carey (1916-1957)
Descendants of Amy Thackeray
1. Amy Margaret (Margie) Thackeray (1863-1928). Born India, 1863. Living in Kensington, London, aged 7, with aunt Harriet Stephen (‘Minny’, daughter of William Makepeace Thackeray), in 1871 census. Living in Kensington, London, aged 17, in 1881 census, with stepmother and step-siblings. Married John Gerald Ritchie (1853-1921) of the Indian Civil Service in 1885. Not found in 1891 census – in Calcutta until c.1896. At Brighton, Sussex (as Amy Ritchie, aged 37), in 1901 census. Lived in Chelsea. Death registered in Paddington, June quarter 1928, aged 74. Daughters:
• Theo, died of peritonitis at sea, May 1896.
• Dr Margaret Angela (‘Peggy’) Ritchie (1896-1983). Birth registered Hambledon, Surrey, December quarter of 1896. in At Brighton in 1901 census. Married Mr Dominick Spring-Rice (1888-1940), company director and financial writer, as his second wife, 1936. Married 2ndly, as his third wife, Professor Hugh Owen Meredith (1878-1964), in 1957. Died at ‘Larkbeare’, Cumnor, the former home of her aunt Anne Wynne Thackeray.
2. Anne Wynne Thackeray (1864-1944). Born Allahabad, India, 2 July 1865. Living in Kensington, London, aged 5, with aunt Harriet Stephen (‘Minny’, daughter of William Makepeace Thackeray), in 1871 census. Living in Kensington, London, aged 15, in 1881 census, with stepmother and step-siblings. Not found in 1891 or 1901 censuses. Of ‘Larkbeare’, Cumnor Hill, Berkshire (near Oxford), by 1920s. Buried at Cumnor parish church.
Descendants of George Crowe and Kate Bateman
1. Sidney Kate Bateman Crowe (1871-1962), actress. Born March 1871, at Henbury, Gloucestershire. At school in Westbury-on-Trym in 1881 census. Married (1) George Harrison Hunter, actor (born c.1871, died Boston, U.S.A., January 1923), at Marylebone parish church, 12 October 1891. In 1901 census, Sidney boarding with two other actors in Gorbals, Glasgow, separated from Harrison who had moved to the U.S.A. Children:
• Sidney Kate Leah Hunter, actress (1892-1941). Born Kensington, London, c.April 1892. Living in Kensington in 1901 census (aged 8). Married James Ernest Richey, geologist, in Edinburgh, on 4 December 1919 (marriage dissolved 1920). Second spouse, Terence O’Brien (1887-1970), actor. Used stage names Leah Hunter and Leah Bateman Hunter.
• George Jarron S. Hunter, shipping clerk (1894-1926). Birth registered in Kensington, London, March quarter 1894. Death registered in West Ham, as George S.J. Hunter, June quarter 1926. Married Edna Adelaide Beckett (1893-1944) in Croydon registration district, June quarter 1918. Had issue.
Sidney married (2), in the registration district of Leeds, March quarter 1923, Charles Herbert Skardon. Sidney’s death registered in Leeds, March quarter 1962. One daughter:
• Valerie K. Skardon, birth registered in South Shields, June quarter 1913. Had issue.
Illegitimate French family, from Eyre Evans Crowe’s relationship with Frances Jane Milne
7. Ulrich Milne Crowe (c.1840-1921). Born Paris c.1840. Living with mother and siblings at Long Ditton, Surrey, under the assumed name ‘Milleary’, in 1851 census (aged 10). Married Harriet Nailer (named Helen in the 1881 census). Living in Hackney, London, in 1881, a railway clerk (aged 40). Founder of Crowe & Co., commercial transportation company, of Basel, Switzerland, in 1890. Harriet/Helen born c.1846 (aged 36 in 1881 census). Not found in 1901 census (living in Switzerland). Ulrich died 14 January 1921 at Vevey. Children:
• Andrew Basil Crowe (1868-). Birth registered Romford, Essex, March quarter 1868. Not found in 1901 census.
• Eyrielle Frances Crowe [Ella] (1869-). Birth registered Romford, Essex, June quarter 1869. Married her relative Edward Crowe junior. Living in Coatham near Redcar in 1881 census, aged 22. Living in Dore, Derbyshire, in 1901 census, age given as 30. Children:
◦ Eyrielle Edith Crowe (1891-). Aged 3 weeks in 1891 census, born Coatham, Redcar. Aged 10 in 1901 census, in Dore, Derbyshire. Married Frank Foster at St Peter’s Church, Redcar, Yorkshire, on 28 February 1916.
◦ Cyril Marconi Crowe (1894-1974). Born at Oakengates, Shropshire. Birth registered at Wellington, Shropshire, March quarter 1894. Aged 7 in 1901 census. Married Elena Temperly. World War I fighter pilot. Died 1974. Had issue.
• Alethea Helen Crowe. Birth registered Romford, Essex, June quarter 1870. Death registered September quarter 1870.
• Arthur Ulrich Crowe (1871-). Birth registered Romford, Essex, December quarter 1871. Not found in 1901 census. Married Mary Mcdonald.
• Falconer Evans Crowe (1873-). Birth registered Romford, Essex, June quarter 1873. Not found in 1901 census. Married Mary Lowengreen. Shipping agent and President of the British Chamber of Commerce for Switzerland, based in Basel, 1920-1930s. Son H.E. Crowe was President in 1940.
• Thomas Eyre Crowe (named John E. in 1881 census) (c.1876-). Born Belgium, aged 5 in 1881 census. Not found in 1901 census. Married Annie Regina Muddiman and had issue.
8. Eyrielle Jane Crowe. Born Paris, c.1843. Living with mother and siblings at Long Ditton, Surrey, under the assumed name ‘Milleary’, in 1851 census (aged 7). Exhibited at Paris Salon, 1874 and 1875. Alive in 1909.
9. Piccola Crowe. Born Leigh, Kent, c.1845. Living with mother and siblings at Long Ditton, Surrey, under the assumed name ‘Milleary’, in 1851 census (aged 5).
10. Henry Crowe. Born Kingston, Surrey, c.1847. Living with mother and siblings at Long Ditton, Surrey, under the assumed name ‘Milleary’, in 1851 census (aged 3). Died (Paris?), 1898.
11. Edith Crowe. Born Kingston, Surrey, c.1849.Living with mother and siblings at Long Ditton, Surrey, under the assumed name ‘Milleary’, in 1851 census (aged 1).
12. (boy, name unknown).
1348. 2016 Crowe Family Reunion, Family Group sheets from Cindy Jess Parrish
1349. Warren Family Tree, ElizabethBrooks77, ancestry.com, 26 July, 2016
1350. Email from Brenda Morgan, brendamorgan199@yahoo.com, 28 July, 2016

Hope your trip was fun and you got to see lots of relatives. My mother's DNA is on Ancestry but I have not had mine done.  We gave the DNA test to Mom for a gift a few years ago.  My mother is 91 and lives by herself in Paisley which is about 8 miles from our house.  I'm connected to this line of Johnson's through her.  Mother's name is/was Alice Mae Johnson and she was the daughter of Estelle (real name was Estella but she used Estelle) Johnson.  Estelle was the daughter of Leslie Benton Johnson who was the oldest son of Charles Benjamin Johnson.  C. B. Johnson was the son of Andrew Johnson and Mary Lytle (Litle). 

Charles had three boys and a daughter, Jennie.  Jennie has descendants living in Yakima, Washington area.  I've corresponded with them but have not met in person.  CB's young son, Winnie (Winfield) Johnson died in the Philippine Insurrection but not as a result of military action and I have his military papers.  He did not marry.  A tragic death.  The second oldest son was Roy (William?) Johnson and he married and had children and lived in California.  I hope to locate Roy's descendants but haven't had the time to pursue yet.

I haven't had time to really digest the information on your website and compare with what I have but will.  Yesterday when you called we were riding Bear Creek moving cattle and I was barely on the fringe of cell service.  Our 16-year old grand daughter was riding with me and we planned to ride again today but she got sick during the night so I'll go by myself to another area on the 4-wheeler to check for strays as soon as it is daylight.  If you'd like to call me this afternoon, I should be home by 1 p.m.  If that is not convenient, you're welcome to try any time.  I'm usually in bed by 8:30 p.m.

Sounds like you are in very good shape to be able to ride a bike so far.  My mother's sister who has passed rode in an agony ride for 100 miles when she was 70 years old.  I loved her to death.  She had a terrific sense of humor, fun to be around and lived a very sparse lifestyle though not financially necessary.  She allowed herself one tank of gas a month in her car and rode her bike everywhere.  She traveled a lot to other countries and wrote hilarious accounts of her trips.   We really miss her.

Look forward to visiting with you.
1351. 1930 US Census, Oregon, Jackson, Barron, Dist 12, ancestry.com, 28 Jul, 2015

Leslie B Johnson
 in the 1930 United States Federal Census
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Name:
Leslie B Johnson
Birth Year:
abt 1874
Gender:
Male
Race:
White
Birthplace:
Nebraska
Marital Status:
Married
Relation to Head of House:
Father-in-law
Home in 1930:
Barron, Jackson, Oregon
Map of Home:
View Map
Street address:
Mail N Y T S Hwy
NAME:
Alice M Johnson
AGE IN 1930:
4
BIRTH YEAR:
1926
GENDER:
Female
RACE:
White
BIRTHPLACE:
Wyoming
MARITAL STATUS:
Single
RELATION TO HEAD OF HOUSE:
Daughter
HOME IN 1930:
Barron, Jackson, Oregon
STREET ADDRESS:
Mail N Y T S Hwy
DWELLING NUMBER:
47
FAMILY NUMBER:
47
ATTENDED SCHOOL:
No
FATHER'S BIRTHPLACE:
Illinois
MOTHER'S BIRTHPLACE:
Nebraska
HOUSEHOLD MEMBERS
NAME
AGE
Leslie B Johnson
56
Lewis A Johnson
33
Estelle M Johnson
22
Alice M Johnson
4
Helen T Johnson
3
1352. 1940 US Census, Oregon, Lake, Paisley, 19-4, ancestry.com. 28 Jul, 2016
NAME:
Alice Johnson
AGE:
14
ESTIMATED BIRTH YEAR:
1926
GENDER:
Female
RACE:
White
BIRTHPLACE:
Wyoming
MARITAL STATUS:
Single
RELATION TO HEAD OF HOUSE:
Daughter
HOME IN 1940:
Paisley, Lake, Oregon
STREET:
Willow
INFERRED RESIDENCE IN 1935:
Rural, Jackson, Oregon
RESIDENCE IN 1935:
Rural Jackson Oregon
RESIDENT ON FARM IN 1935:
No
SHEET NUMBER:
1B
ATTENDED SCHOOL OR COLLEGE:
Yes
HIGHEST GRADE COMPLETED:
Elementary school, 8th grade
WEEKS WORKED IN 1939:
0
INCOME:
0
INCOME OTHER SOURCES:
No
HOUSEHOLD MEMBERS
NAME
AGE
Louis A Johnson
43
Estelle Johnson
32
Alice Johnson
14
Helen Johnson
13
1353. Obituary, Ruth E. St. George, from a Yakima newspaper, and a photo of Marilyn St. George and Richard Mcmahon on their 45th wedding anniversary. Sent by Brenda Morgan on 29 July, 2016
1354. 1940 US Census, WA, Yakima, North Buena, 39-69, ancestry.com, 29 Jul 2016

D J St George
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Age:
41
Estimated birth year:
abt 1899
Gender:
Male
Race:
White
Birthplace:
Minnesota
Marital Status:
Married
Relation to Head of House:
Head
Home in 1940:
North Buena, Yakima, Washington
Map of Home in 1940:
View Map
Street:
Parks Lane
Farm:
Yes
Inferred Residence in 1935:
North Buena, Yakima, Washington
Residence in 1935:
Same Place
Sheet Number:
3B
Number of Household in Order of Visitation:
64
Occupation:
Sawyer
House Owned or Rented:
Owned
Value of Home or Monthly Rental if Rented:
750
Attended School or College:
No
Highest Grade Completed:
Elementary school, 5th grade
Hours Worked Week Prior to Census:
40
Class of Worker:
Wage or salary worker in private work
Weeks Worked in 1939:
38
Income:
1000
Income Other Sources:
Yes
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Household Members:
Name
Age
D J St George
41
Ruth St George
32
Barbara St George
14
Delmar St George
12
Virginia St George
10
Marilyn St George
5
1355. 1920 US Census, WA, Yakima, Cascade, ancestry.com, 29 Jul 2016
NAME:
Delphis St George
AGE:
21
BIRTH YEAR:
1899
BIRTHPLACE:
Minnesota
HOME IN 1920:
Cascade, Yakima, Washington
STREET:
Extension North Sixth Street
RACE:
White
GENDER:
Male
RELATION TO HEAD OF HOUSE:
Son
MARITAL STATUS:
Single
FATHER'S NAME:
Clem St George
FATHER'S BIRTHPLACE:
Minnesota
MOTHER'S NAME:
Sophie St George
MOTHER'S BIRTHPLACE:
Canada
ABLE TO SPEAK ENGLISH:
Yes
OCCUPATION:
farm laborer
INDUSTRY:
working out
EMPLOYMENT FIELD:
Wage or Salary
ATTENDED SCHOOL:
No
ABLE TO READ:
Yes
ABLE TO WRITE:
Yes
HOUSEHOLD MEMBERS
NAME
AGE
Clem St George
47
Sophie St George
42
Delphis St George
21
Matilda St George
19
Frances St George
17
Jessie St George
15
Charley St George
14
Wilfred St George
13
Marian St George
11
Louis St George
8
John St George
7
Leah St George
6
Alex St George
4
Adlore St George
3
Myrtle St George
1
1356. EMAIL from Brenda Morgan, brendamorgan199@yahoo.com, 28 July 2016
Jennie Johnson married Raymond Lewis Sargent.  Raymond was born 9 April 1879 and died 11 April 1930 in Yakima, WA.  Jennie May Johnson was born 7 February 1880 in Oak Creek, NE and died in Yakima WA.  They had at least three children.  From a picture I have with names it appears they had two girls and a boy.  One of Jennie's girls was Ruth Sargent St. George who my grandmother Estelle corresponded with and my mother visited.  I've attached Ruth's obituary and a picture of her daughter and husband. Ruth's daughter is Marilyn McMahan 3600 West Wapato Road, Rt. 3, Box 3134, Wapato, WA  98951-9538.  I last corresponded with Marilyn in 2010 so hope the address is still valid.

My father's name is Grover Arnold Morgan born April 21, 1918 and died February 7, 1982.  He was born on the ranch where I live today and died here too.  I miss him terribly.  He and my mother divorced after about 10 years of marriage and she married my stepfather who died young.  She was then single for about 30 years and then married the joker we're trying to get her divorced from now.  I asked her not to marry him and I think my half sister also told her the same.  This is a 6th divorce for this man.  I don't even like to call him a man because he is a very unsavory character.  I knew this about him before their marriage but didn't tell my mother, just asked she not marry him.  They married in Alaska on a trip and told us about it after it was done.

Mom's had four court dates since last November trying to get divorced and all have been cancelled by Mr. Unsavory.  She now has a trial date for August 17.  My sister and I are very close though we are half sisters.  Her dad was a wonderful man and was a positive, nurturing person in my life.  I feel sorry for Mom at 91 years of age having to go through the stress of the legal things.  She was driving last month and totaled her car breaking 9 ribs, sternum, two bones in hand and dislocating one bone.  Between her divorce activities, hospital, surgery, and doctor appointments it has kept me extra busy the last couple months.  The hospital where she was taken is 45 miles from Paisley and the surgery had to be done in Bend which is about 140 miles from where I live.  Hoping when I take her to Bend Tuesday it will be her last appointment related to the accident.  She had been doing pretty well until the accident but since then I've noticed confusion that has me concerned.  She lived with us for the first two months when she left husband then we found a place in Paisley for her as she wanted to be on her own.  The assets don't warrant the litigation but I think it will take a judge to tell Mr. Unsavory now things will be and let him know who's in charge.

A couple other things that have taken my time this last year are a suit in U.S.  9th circuit court the enviros filed against the Forest Service involving the grazing allotments in this area.  We joined with other ranchers and filed for intervener status and got in the suit.  We finally got closure on that case last month and fortunately judge ruled in ranchers favor on all three counts involving Clean Water Act, Endangered Species and Wild and Scenic Rivers.  The other legal endeavor was getting guardianship of a 16-year old grand daughter.  Feels good to be down to just one attorney and one case.  Will be relieved when its done.  Excuses, excuses but these are part of the reasons I haven't gotten my genealogy all entered in Legacy program.  I look forward to a "boring" life as city people would probably perceive it just ranching, quilting, and genealogy.  It may be a couple years for that to occur.

My husband is James Ray Baldwin and we've been married about 18 years.  I was single close to 6 years before we married and admit I wasn't fit company for a rattlesnake for probably at least half of those six years!  We both have children but from former marriages.  I have two boys -- 39 and 36 years old.  Husband has two boys and a daughter.  I'm very close to his youngest son who calls me Mom though I didn't have anything to do with his raising.  He's an extremely bright guy (could be a Mensa member) but doesn't flaunt his intelligence.  He lives in Paisley and the other two children live out of state.  I have four grandchildren and my husband has three grandkids.  He's in Idaho at the moment visiting and watching the girls participate at fair in 4-H with their steer and goats.

I won't forget to get things to you but it will probably take me some time.

Enjoyed our visit and look forward to more.  Know what you mean about difficulty hearing on the phone.  The new loaner hearing aids I got last week are considerably better than my previous and I have ordered a set like the loaners that are to be ready for me next Tuesday in Bend.
1357. Family Tree Morgan, SP McReynolds and Shapiro, Nancymcshap, ancestry.com, 29 July, 2016

Birth
7 Apr 1889 • Eugene, Lane, OR, USA
2 Sources
Death of Father Orange Zachery Morgan(1849–1889)
31 Jul 1889 • Paisley, Lake, Oregon, USA
Death of Mother
Emily Ruth Farrow(1856–1909)
25 Apr 1909 • Eugene, Lane, Oregon, USA
Marriage
2 Feb 1910 • Paisley, Lake, Oregon, USA

Belle Johnson (1891–1964)
Birth of Son Tom O Morgan(1911–)
abt 1911 • Oregon
Birth of Son
Thomas Vancil Morgan(1912–1936)
9 Feb 1912 • , Lane, Oregon, USA

Birth of Daughter Zona Marie Morgan(1911–1998)
16 Jan 1911 • Oregon
Birth of Son
Orange Morgan(1913–)
abt 1913 • Oregon
Birth of Daughter
Rita Morgan(1915–)
abt 1915 • Oregon
Birth of Son
Grover Arnold Morgan(1918–1982)
21 Apr 1918 • Paisley, Lake, OR, USA
Residence
1920 • Paisley, Lake, Oregon
Age: 30; Marital Status: Married; Relation to Head of House: Head
1 Source
Birth of Son Thomas Vancil Morgan(1912–1936)
9 Feb 1912 • , Lane, Oregon, USA
Birth of Daughter
Elsa Myrtle Morgan(1924–1944)
18 Jul 1924

Residence
1930 • Paisley, Lake, Oregon
Age: 41; Marital Status: Married; Relation to Head of House: Head
1 Source
Death of Son Thomas Vancil Morgan(1912–1936)
18 Oct 1936
Death of Daughter
Elsa Myrtle Morgan(1924–1944)
18 Feb 1944

Death
12 Feb 1958 • Lakeview, Lake, OR, USA
1358. 1940 US Census, Oregon, Lake, Paisley, Taken Apr 10, ancestry.com

NAME:
Belle Morgan
RESPONDENT:
Yes
AGE:
48
ESTIMATED BIRTH YEAR:
1892
GENDER:
Female
RACE:
White
BIRTHPLACE:
Oregon
MARITAL STATUS:
Married
RELATION TO HEAD OF HOUSE:
Wife
HOME IN 1940:
Paisley, Lake, Oregon
INFERRED RESIDENCE IN 1935:
Paisley, Lake, Oregon
RESIDENCE IN 1935:
Same House
RESIDENT ON FARM IN 1935:
Yes
SHEET NUMBER:
2B
OCCUPATION:
Hoging Teine Coah
INDUSTRY:
Farming
ATTENDED SCHOOL OR COLLEGE:
No
HIGHEST GRADE COMPLETED:
Elementary school, 8th grade
CLASS OF WORKER:
Wage or salary worker in private work
WEEKS WORKED IN 1939:
13
INCOME:
900
INCOME OTHER SOURCES:
No
HOUSEHOLD MEMBERS
NAME
AGE
Vancel O Morgan
51
Belle Morgan
48
Floyd Morgan
18
Olive Morgan
17
Elsa Morgan
15
Eliza Morgan
15
1359. 1920 US Census, Oregon, Lake, Paisley, taken 17 Jan, ancestry.com
NAME:
Belle Morgan
AGE:
28
BIRTH YEAR:
1892
BIRTHPLACE:
Oregon
HOME IN 1920:
Paisley, Lake, Oregon
RACE:
White
GENDER:
Female
RELATION TO HEAD OF HOUSE:
Wife
MARITAL STATUS:
Married
SPOUSE'S NAME:
Vancel O Z Morgan
FATHER'S BIRTHPLACE:
Ireland
MOTHER'S BIRTHPLACE:
California
ABLE TO SPEAK ENGLISH:
Yes
HOUSEHOLD MEMBERS
NAME
AGE
Vancel O Z Morgan
30
Belle Morgan
28
Zona Morgan
8
Orange Morgan
7
Rita Morgan
5
Grover Morgan
1
n
1360. 1930 US Census, Oregon, Lake, Paisley, Taken Apr 17, ancestry.com
NAME:
Corabel V Morgan
AGE IN 1930:
39
BIRTH YEAR:
1891
GENDER:
Female
RACE:
White
BIRTHPLACE:
Oregon
MARITAL STATUS:
Married
RELATION TO HEAD OF HOUSE:
Wife
HOMEMAKER?:
Yes
HOME IN 1930:
Paisley, Lake, Oregon
STREET ADDRESS:
Pacific Highway
DWELLING NUMBER:
24
FAMILY NUMBER:
24
AGE AT FIRST MARRIAGE:
18
ATTENDED SCHOOL:
No
ABLE TO READ AND WRITE:
Yes
FATHER'S BIRTHPLACE:
Northern Ireland
MOTHER'S BIRTHPLACE:
California
ABLE TO SPEAK ENGLISH:
Yes
HOUSEHOLD MEMBERS
NAME
AGE
Vancil O Morgan
41
Corabel V Morgan
39
Tom O Morgan
19
Zona M Morgan
18
Rita L Morgan
16
Grover A Morgan
11
Floyd R Morgan
8
Olive B Morgan
7
Elsa M Morgan
5
Elza M Morgan
5
1361. 1940 US Census, Oregon, Lake, Paisley, Apr 5, Louis Johnson, ancestry.com
1940 United States Federal Census
SEE MORE

NAME:
Louis A Johnson
AGE:
43
ESTIMATED BIRTH YEAR:
1897
GENDER:
Male
RACE:
White
BIRTHPLACE:
Nebraska
MARITAL STATUS:
Married
RELATION TO HEAD OF HOUSE:
Head
HOME IN 1940:
Paisley, Lake, Oregon
STREET:
Willow
FARM:
No
INFERRED RESIDENCE IN 1935:
Rural, Jackson, Oregon
RESIDENCE IN 1935:
Rural Jackson Oregon
RESIDENT ON FARM IN 1935:
No
SHEET NUMBER:
1B
NUMBER OF HOUSEHOLD IN ORDER OF VISITATION:
24
OCCUPATION:
Mechanic
HOUSE OWNED OR RENTED:
Rented
VALUE OF HOME OR MONTHLY RENTAL IF RENTED:
13
ATTENDED SCHOOL OR COLLEGE:
No
HIGHEST GRADE COMPLETED:
Elementary school, 8th grade
HOURS WORKED WEEK PRIOR TO CENSUS:
70
CLASS OF WORKER:
Wage or salary worker in private work
WEEKS WORKED IN 1939:
26
INCOME:
270
INCOME OTHER SOURCES:
No
HOUSEHOLD MEMBERS
NAME
AGE
Louis A Johnson
43
Estelle Johnson
32
Alice Johnson
14
Helen Johnson
13
1362. Social Security Death Index, ancestry.com, 30 Jul 2016
Louis Johnson in the U.S., Social Security Death Index, 1935-2014

Name:
Louis Johnson
SSN:
544-05-2121
Last Residence:
97636 Paisley, Lake, Oregon, USA
BORN:
7 Feb 1896
Died:
Oct 1968
State (Year) SSN issued:
Oregon (Before 1951)
1363. Johnson Family Tree, DeborahLynneJohnson, 8/1/2016, ancestry.com

Charles Benjamin "CB" Johnson1852–1934
BIRTH 3 APR 1852 • Ohio
DEATH 5 JAN 1934 • Friend, Saline, NE

Birth of Brother Edward Leavitt Johnson
(1854–1919)
27 JUN 1854 • Wisconsin
Birth of Sister
Sarah Ermina Johnson(1857–1958)
14 OCT 1857 • Albany, Wisconsin
Birth of Brother
Byron Johnson(1859–1866)
6 JAN 1859 • Greene County, Wisconsin
Birth of Brother
Jesse Fremont Johnson(1861–1863)
JUL 1861
Death of Brother
Jesse Fremont Johnson(1861–1863)
2 SEP 1863 • Albany, Wisconsin, USA
Birth of Brother
Albert Litle Johnson(1864–1948)
19 Jun 1864 • Albany, Green, Wisconsin, United States
Death of Brother
Byron Johnson(1859–1866)
27 JUN 1866 • Valparaiso, Saunders County, Nebraska
Death of Father
Andrew Johnson(1816–1891)
12 Apr 1891 • Valparaiso,Saunders,Nebraska,USA
Death of Mother
Mary Ann Litle(1819–1902)
15 August 1902 • Valparaiso,Saunders,Nebraska,
Death of Brother
Rodney Knox Johnson(1841–1906)
22 AUG 1906 • Valparaiso, Saunders County, Nebraska
Death of Brother
Edward Leavitt Johnson(1854–1919)
27 MAR 1919 • Valparaiso, Saunders County, Nebraska
1364. 1930 United States Federal Census for Charles Johnson

Nebraska Saunders Oak Creek District 28

Charles Johnson
 in the 1930 United States Federal Census

Name:
Charles Johnson
[Chas Johnson] 
Birth Year:
abt 1852
Gender:
Male
Race:
White
Birthplace:
Ohio
Marital Status:
Widowed
Relation to Head of House:
Head
Home in 1930:
Oak Creek, Saunders, Nebraska
Map of Home:
View Map
Dwelling Number:
47
Family Number:
47
Home Owned or Rented:
Rented
Radio Set:
No
Lives on Farm:
Yes
Age at First Marriage:
20
Attended School:
No
Able to Read and Write:
Yes
Father's Birthplace:
Maine
Mother's Birthplace:
Maine
Able to Speak English:
Yes
Neighbors:
View others on page
Household Members:
Name
Age
Charles Johnson
78
Clara Glaze
55
1365. Find a Grave, Johnson, Charles B.

Charles B . Johnson
 in the U.S., Find A Grave Index, 1600s-Current

Go to website 


Name:
Charles B . Johnson
Birth Date:
1852
Death Date:
1934
Cemetery:
Valparaiso Cemetery
Burial or Cremation Place:
Valparaiso, Saunders County, Nebraska, USA
Has Bio?:
N
URL:
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-...
1366. 1870 United States Federal Census
SEE MORE

NAME:
Andrew Johnson
AGE IN 1870:
53
BIRTH YEAR:
1817
BIRTHPLACE:
Maine
HOME IN 1870:
Township 13, Saunders, Nebraska
RACE:
White
GENDER:
Male
POST OFFICE:
Lincoln
HOUSEHOLD MEMBERS
NAME
AGE
Andrew Johnson
53
Clarence Johnson
20
Charles Johnson
18
Edward Johnson
16
Minnie Johnson
13
Albert Johnson
6
1367. EMAIL from Becky MorganJul 31, 2016
Attached are my hand written family group sheets for Charles Benjamin Johnson with first and second wife.  Also family sheet for Leslie Benton Johnson family.

Note:  On Leslie's family sheet, the first child listed is Ernest born in 1896.  I found this child with them in the 1910 census and relationship is child.  Ernest was born three years before Leslie Johnson and Anna Hiteman were married so I don't really think this is their child.  My grandmother, Estelle, said she remember this boy living in the household but was not sure of his relationship.  She didn't really remember their oldest child, William, either and was unsure of his relationship though she thought he was a sibling to her.  I wonder if these two boys left the nest for war or perhaps other reasons and she being born in 1907 wasn't old enough to know or remember them very well.  Estelle left Nebraska when 17 years old and didn't return for 40 years and I don't think she had strong connections with her family in Nebraska.  Anything I have on these two men may be fable rather than fact.  I've wondered if Ernest could be Anna Hiteman's half brother -- a product of her father and perhaps he had a second wife. 

Thomas Clare Johnson, Leslie and Anna's son, is the only boy in the family that did not commit suicide.  Many of the children of this family were extra good writers.  I don't know if they all received schooling from some great teachers or if it was natural talent in that area.  I tend to think it was the latter.  Anna wrote poetry that was published in the local paper and I have copies of a few of her poems.  Everyone seems to have fond memories of Tom.  He had a son who we've never been able to locate.  Our cousins (the ones my age group) remember playing with him as kids.  He would be close to my age.

Benton "Pat" Johnson shot and killed his mother and himself in their Gering home.  The newspaper portrayed it was accidental but from reading the documentation I believe it was clearly homicide/suicide.  I suppose for the era and circumstances the media was trying to save face for the family. 

Ted (third child listed) sounded like a very nice man and quite a businessman from what his daughter Jane Johnson Haney described.  Ted has one child living who is in her 90s but won't discuss the family or have contact with any of us.  I think she viewed her dad in a different light than her sister Jane who is deceased.  My grandmother, Estelle, corresponded with Ted's first wife and liked her very much but didn't appreciate Ted.

Estelle (real name Estella which she didn't like was named after Rodney Knox Johnson's daughter) could do anything she put her mind to.  She was an EXCELLENT cook, could sew factory looking garments from rags on a treadle sewing machine, beautiful artist, could knit so it looked machine done, my dad (her ex-son-in-law) said she could out work six men and I believe it.  She is the one that put groceries on the table whether it was hunting deer, picking wild plums, cooking for local ranches to earn enough money to purchase things needed or whatever it took to feed her two children and husband who would not work.  My aunt once said about her dad that he "heard work killed a man and he wasn't gonna test the theory."  She served as the Mayor of Paisley for a time.  She took could write very well though her handwriting left something to be desired.  My dad said she would have owned all the area around here if she had been married to anyone else!  She was frugal and resourceful.  She and my step great grandfather built a new house in Paisley in the 1940s that the school owns today and I'm sure she earned every dime it took to build.  Supposedly my grandfather contributed some labor but it is difficult to imagine. If she had not smoked, I swear she would be alive today but she just couldn't beat the cigarettes.  She had a HUGE Indian artifact collection.

Charles Benjamin "Bill" Johnson committed suicide and had a young child who could be living but we've never been able to find her.  She would be in her late 80s I think.

Elizabeth married but did not have children.

Dorothy married a man named Pete Keenan and they are the parents of two cousins we share -- Kathy Keenan of Laramie, Wyoming and Ann Keenan Beckett of California.  The three of us, my mother and another cousin in Yerington, Nevada got together last January for a mini reunion.  Pete owned a sheep ranch in Torrington, Wyoming and was some older than Dorothy.  Kathy and Ann are retired school teachers.  Kathy taught art, is outgoing, and fun loving.  Her boyfriend has a son finishing up his pharmacy residency or something like that in Bend, Oregon so they were here this month.  I correspond with Kathy via email frequently.

Benton never married since he died so young.

Jane Margaret Johnson aka Maggie was drop dead gorgeous.  She was a good writer, smart, capable and lived for a short time in Paisley and worked for an attorney.  Alcohol was her downfall and she died in Alaska at 44 years of age.  Everyone who remembers her (which I don't) said she was the life of the party, fun loving, and full of laughter.  She married an Alaskan bush pilot but they did not have children.  At the time of death, she was divorced but it sounded like she and former husband still shared a connection.  Too bad someone couldn't have helped her overcome her alcohol addiction.

Sorry Leslie B. Johnson's family group sheet is in such poor condition -- I'm been writing on it for about 40 years.
1368. 1880 US census,NE,SAUNDERS, OAK CREEK, Johnson,Charles B, ancestry.com, taken 24 June 1880

1880 United States Federal Census
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NAME:
Leslie Johnson
AGE:
7
BIRTH YEAR:
1873
BIRTHPLACE:
Nebraska
HOME IN 1880:
Valparaiso, Saunders, Nebraska
RACE:
White
GENDER:
Male
RELATION TO HEAD OF HOUSE:
Son
MARITAL STATUS:
Single
FATHER'S NAME:
Chas. Johnson
FATHER'S BIRTHPLACE:
Ohio
MOTHER'S BIRTHPLACE:
Indiana
OCCUPATION:
At School
HOUSEHOLD MEMBERS
NAME
AGE
Chas. Johnson
27
Leslie Johnson
7
Roy Johnson
5
Winfield Johnson
3
1369. 1885 State Census,NE,Saunders,Oak Creek, Johnson Charles B, ancestry.com, taken June1 1885
1370. 1910 US Census, NE, Platte, Oconee, Johnson Leslie B, ancestry.com, taken 20 Apr 1910

1910 United States Federal Census
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NAME:
Teddie R Johnson
AGE IN 1910:
7
BIRTH YEAR:
1903
BIRTHPLACE:
Oregon
HOME IN 1910:
Oconee, Platte, Nebraska
RACE:
White
GENDER:
Male
RELATION TO HEAD OF HOUSE:
Son
MARITAL STATUS:
Single
FATHER'S NAME:
Leslie B Johnson
FATHER'S BIRTHPLACE:
Nebraska
MOTHER'S NAME:
Aona M Johnson
MOTHER'S BIRTHPLACE:
Germany
HOUSEHOLD MEMBERS
NAME
AGE
Leslie B Johnson
36
Aona M Johnson
30
Ernest M Johnson
14
Winnie A Johnson
10
Teddie R Johnson
7
Thomas C Johnson
5
Estelle M Johnson
2
Charles B Johnson
0
1371. Family tree2, Otis (Johnson), jeanneperkins, ancestry.com, Aug4,2016
OTIS FAMILY TREE 2OTIS FAMILY TREE 2 jeanneperkins1

Charles Benjamin "CB" Johnson (2nd Grt )
1852–1934
BIRTH 3 APR 1852 • Columbus, Franklin, Ohio, USA
DEATH 5 JAN 1934 • Valparaiso, Saunders, Nebraska, USA

Facts
Name and gender
VIEW
Birth
3 Apr 1852 • Columbus, Franklin, Ohio, USA
2 Sources 

Birth (Alternate)
3 Apr 1852 • Ohio
2 Sources 

Birth (Alternate)
abt 1853 • Ohio
1 Source 

Birth (Alternate)
abt 1853 • Ohio
1 Source 

Birth of Brother Edward Leavitt Johnson(1854–1919)
27 Jun 1854 • Wisconsin, USA
1854


Birth of Sister Ermina Johnson(1857–1958)
14 Oct 1857 • Wisconsin
1857

Birth of Brother Byron Johnson(1859–1866)
6 Jan 1859 • Greene County, Wisconsin, United States
1859

Birth of Brother Jesse Fremont Johnson(1861–1863)
Jul 1861
1861

Death of Brother Jesse Fremont Johnson(1861–1863)
2 Sep 1863 • Albany, Green, Wisconsin, United States
1863

Birth of Brother Albert Litle Johnson(1864–1948)
19 Jun 1864 • Albany, Wisconsin
1864

Death of Brother Byron Johnson(1859–1866)
27 Jun 1866 • Valparaiso, Saunders, Nebraska, United States
1866

Marriage
9 February 1873 • Valparaiso, Nebraska, USA

Martha Jane Bates (2nd Grt) (1850–1880) 
1873

Birth of Son Leslie Benton Johnson(1873–1940)
9 Jun 1873 • Valparaiso, Saunders, Nebraska, USA
1873

Birth of Son Roy William Johnson(1874–1953)
21 Dec 1874 • Nebraska
1874

Birth of Son Winfield Johnson(1876–)
1876 • Nebraska
1876

Birth of Daughter Jennie May Johnson (1st Grt Grandma )(1880–1930)
7 Feb 1880 • Oak Creek, Saunders, NE, USA
1880

Death of Wife Martha Jane Bates (2nd Grt)(1850–1880)
2/11/1880 • Valisparo, Saunders,Nebraska, USA
1880

Residence
1880 • Valparaiso, Saunders, Nebraska, USA
Relation to Head of House: Self
1 Source 
\
Marriage
6 April 1886 • Valparaiso, Saunders, Neb.

Luella Catherine Allen (1861–1937) 

Birth of Daughter Della Soule Johnson-Shumway(1887–1974)
1887 • Nebraska, USA
1887

Birth of Son Harrison A Johnson(1889–1965)
1889 • Valparaiso, Saunders County, Nebraska, USA
1889

Birth of Daughter Phebe L Johnson(1891–)
1891 • Nebraska, USA
1891

Death of Father Andrew Johnson (3rd Grt)(1816–1891)
12 April 1891 • Valparaiso, Saunders, Nebraska, USA
1891
Birth of Son Clarence Byron Johnson(1894–1942)
8 Sept 1894 • Valparaiso, Nebraska, USA
1894

Residence
1900 • Oak Creek, Saunders, Nebraska, USA
Marital Status: Married; Relation to Head of House: Head
1 Source 

Death of Mother Mary Ann Lytle (3rd Grt )(1819–1902)
10 Aug 1902 • Valparaiso, Saunders, Nebraska, USA
1902

Death of Mother
15 Aug 1902
1902

Death of Brother Rodney Knox Johnson(1841–1906)
22 Aug 1906 • Valparaiso, Saunders, Nebraska, United States
1906

Death of Brother Edward Leavitt Johnson(1854–1919)
27 Mar 1919 • Valparaiso, Saunders, Nebraska, United States
1919

Death of Sister Ellen Maria Johnson(1843–1927)
12 Sep 1927 • Lincoln, Lancaster County, Nebraska
1927

Death of Daughter Jennie May Johnson (1st Grt Grandma )(1880–1930)
4/11/1930 • Yakima, Yakima County, Washington, USA
1930

Death
5 Jan 1934 • Valparaiso, Saunders, Nebraska, USA
1 Source 

Death (Alternate)
5 Jan 1934 • Friend, Saline, NE
1 Source 

Death (Alternate)
5 Jan 1934 • Friend, Saline, Nebraska, USA
1934

Death (Alternate)
25 JAN 1934 • Valparaiso, Saunders, Nebraska, USA

Burial
Valparaiso, Saunders County, Nebraska, USA
1 Source 

Ancestry Sources

1880 United States Federal Census

1900 United States Federal Census

Ancestry Family Trees
Ancestry Family Trees

Washington, Select Death Certificates, 1907-1960



Family
Parents

Andrew Johnson (3rd Grt)
1816–1891
 
Mary Ann Lytle (3rd Grt )
1819–1902

Spouse & Children

Martha Jane Bates (2nd Grt)
1850–1880
 
Leslie Benton Johnson 1873–1940

Roy William Johnson 1874–1953

Winfield Johnson 1876–

Jennie May Johnson (1st Grt Grandma ) 1880–1930

Spouse & Children

Luella Catherine Allen
1861–1937
 
Della Soule Johnson-Shumway 1887–1974

Harrison A Johnson 1889–1965

Phebe L Johnson 1891–

Clarence Byron Johnson 1894–1942
1372. 1910 US Census, Year: 1910; Census Place: Oak Creek, Saunders, Nebraska; Roll: T624_855; Page: 12A; Enumeration District: 0150; FHL microfilm: 1374868

Chas B Johnson
 in the 1910 United States Federal Census



Chas B Johnson
Age in 1910:
58
Birth Year:
abt 1852
Birthplace:
Maine
Home in 1910:
Oak Creek, Saunders, Nebraska
Race:
White
Gender:
Male
Relation to Head of House:
Boarder
Marital Status:
Divorced
Father's Birthplace:
Maine
Mother's Birthplace:
Maine
Native Tongue:
English
Occupation:
Own Income
Able to Read:
Yes
Able to Write:
Yes
Neighbors:
View others on page
Household Members:
Name
Age
Earl W Fox
26
Minnie Fox
30
Chas B Johnson
58
Clyde V Johnson
24
1373. 1920 US Census, OR, Umatilla, Pct12, Johnson Clarence Byron, ancestry.com


1920 United States Federal Census
SEE MORE
NAME:
Clarence B Johnson
AGE:
25
BIRTH YEAR:
1895
BIRTHPLACE:
Nebraska
HOME IN 1920:
Precinct 12, Umatilla, Oregon
HOUSE NUMBER:
X
RACE:
White
GENDER:
Male
RELATION TO HEAD OF HOUSE:
Head
MARITAL STATUS:
Married
SPOUSE'S NAME:
Faye B Johnson
FATHER'S BIRTHPLACE:
Illinois
MOTHER'S BIRTHPLACE:
Nebraska
ABLE TO SPEAK ENGLISH:
Yes
OCCUPATION:
Laborer
INDUSTRY:
Farm
EMPLOYMENT FIELD:
Wage or Salary
HOUSEHOLD MEMBERS
NAME
AGE
Clarence B Johnson
25
Faye B Johnson
21
Clarence B Johnson
0
1374. 2016 Family Sheets for Charles Benjamin Johnson from Brenda Morgan.
1375. 1918 September 12, Draft Registration for Leslie Benton Johnson, Shoemaker of Gering, Scottsbluff, Nebraska. Medium Height, slender build, blue eyes, light hair. Wife: Anna M.
1376. 2016 Family Sheets for Leslie Benton Johnson from Brenda Morgan.
1377. EMAIL from Betsy Morgan 8 /8/2016
Yes, I had found the 1885 census also and on the next line below Anna is Ernest Hindman listed as a boarder working on the railroad track and born in Germany also.  I question if Anna was actually adopted by Rall as family legend goes that she was raised by a family named Scheer (several different spellngs for the last name) but I was never able to find her with them either.  I wonder if the man Ernest is actually Anna's dad as he is listed as widowed.  On Anna's marriage license she lists her father's name as Ernest Hiteman and doesn't provide a mother's name.  The last names are pretty similar and there may have been a reason for not connecting the two in the census but I don't know what it might be.

 I found a Hamburger Passagierlisten, 1850-1934 list that I think is Anna with her mother, Dora, who is 27 years old at the time and two siblings -- Josef 5 and Dora 11 months and Anna 3.  Departure date was 12 November 1884 for them.  I found who I think may be Anna's father in a passenger listed with a departure date of 14 March 1883 both of them had port of departure of Hamburg and arrival New York.  I've wondered if the dad came first then sent for wife and children.  These are just leads -- nothing confirmed.

Sorry I forgot to remove post it note.  Here is what was under that:
Estelle married Louis Albin Johnson 4 October 1924 in Sterling, Colorado
Charles Benjamin (aka Bill) married Helen Irene Kimbrell 1 April 1927 I don't know location.  They had one daughter, Marilyn Jo     Johnson born about 1930.
Elizabeth Adeline married James Edward Hise (he was always called Ed) 27 September 1936 in Scotts Bluff -- they did not     have children
Dorothy Kathryn married 1st Fenworth Downing and they did not have children.  2nd married Peter Keenan Jr. 14 April 1941 in     Torrington, Wyoming they had two daughters -- Ann and Kathy.  Ann lives in California and Kathy in Laramie, Wyoming.      Kathy and I correspond frequently and she was here in July visiting.  They are closer to my age than my mothers but are of     her generation.
Benton H. aka Pat never married
Jane Margaret aka Maggie married Elba Pearl Kropf (he was called Al) on 2 December 1947 in Seattle, WA.  He was an     Alaskan bush pilot.  They did not have children.  His sister was living recently and I've corresponded with her.  I believe she     is 90 or close to that if she is still living.  She sent me some pictures of Maggie and was able to provide a little more details     about Maggie and Al.

Thomas Clare and wife Flora had a son about my age that played with my Wyoming cousins (Dorothy's children) when they were young children.  He was to have inherited money from Elizabeth Johnson Hise when she died but he was never found.  I have a copy of Tom's death certificate and informant is Thomas D. Johnson, 8818 Maynes Street, Bellflower, California.  Thomas Clare died 24 October 1970 in Los Angeles.  There was an investigation into his death and an amended certificate was filed listing death as acute myocardial failure as immediate cause and 2nd was arteriosclerosis.  He was divorced at time of death.  I have a note I wrote to myself that his son Thomas DeWayne Johnson was born 27 September 1946 and I think location was Nebraska.  We don't know if he is living or dead as no one has heard of him in about 50 years.

Yes, the 1930 census is interesting since Anna says she is a widow and lists her name as LB.  Perhaps it was wishful thinking!  At the time, Leslie Benton was living in Oregon with my grandmother and he lists himself as married.  Mom remembers him living with them two different times on her parents homestead and when he lived in Nebraska in 1920 the family appears to have been living under one roof.  Sometime after that when he was living in Gering he lived in a woman's home that sounded like a boarding house or perhaps someone who took care of people.  LB is not buried with his wife or children.  He is in the same cemetery but considerable distance from them.

There is one person living who might have information that could shed light on the family's dysfunction but she won't have contact with any of us.  Her name is Blanche Lurye Johnson and she lives in Arizona.  She was first married to Leut. Kendall Massie and lived in Gering or Scotts Bluff and he committed suicide.  Then she married a man from Germany who owned a clothing store in Scotts Bluff or Gering and I can't find his name at the moment.  She goes by the name Lurye.  She and Massie had two daughters -- Dr. Mary Jane Massie, MD who you can read about on-line -- she's a psychosomatic medicine doctor in New York and her other daughter is Ann who I think is a librarian or perhaps retired by now but was living on the east coast.  Neither of the girls married.  One was born in 1947 and the other 1944.  I've never met any of them.  I did speak to Lurye on the phone years ago and she wasn't interested in providing any information.  Said one of her sister's was dead when she was very much alive and I visited the "dead" sister later after I located her in Scotts Bluff.  She was a beautiful woman and we corresponded for several years.  She has since died.  Lyrye is a grand daughter to LB and a child of Theodore Roosevelt Johnson.  Part of the family spoke well of Ted and others didn't have much admiration including my grandmother, Estelle.

Who needs soap operas when all you need is a family like mine!  Unfortunately, history seems to repeat itself.
1378. 1930 US Census NE Scotts Bluff Gering TheodoreR Johnson & Family Taken 14 Apr 1930 ancestry.com
1930 United States Federal Census
Gering

NAME:
Theodore R Johnson
AGE IN 1930:
27
BIRTH YEAR:
1903
GENDER:
Male
RACE:
White
BIRTHPLACE:
Oregon
MARITAL STATUS:
Married
RELATION TO HEAD OF HOUSE:
Head
HOUSE NUMBER IN CITIES OR TOWNS:
7
DWELLING NUMBER:
65
FAMILY NUMBER:
65
HOME OWNED OR RENTED:
Rented
HOME VALUE:
15
RADIO SET:
No
LIVES ON FARM:
Yes
AGE AT FIRST MARRIAGE:
21
ATTENDED SCHOOL:
No
ABLE TO READ AND WRITE:
Yes
FATHER'S BIRTHPLACE:
United States
MOTHER'S BIRTHPLACE:
United States
OCCUPATION:
Carpenter
CLASS OF WORKER:
Wage or salary worker
EMPLOYMENT:
Yes
HOUSEHOLD MEMBERS
NAME
AGE
Edithe Johnson
29
Theodore R Johnson
27
Le Rea Johnson
6
Jane Johnson
4
Marian Johnson
2
Jock Johnson
0
1379. 1920 USCensusNEScottsBluffGeringLeslieBJohnsonTaken7Jan1920
1380. 1930 US Census NE Scotts Bluff Gering Mrs LB Johnson Taken 15 Apr 1930
1381. 1885 Census NE State Douglas Waterloo Pct Anna Hiteman Adopted Taken 11 Jun 1885.jpg
Anna Hiteman
 in the Nebraska, State Census Collection, 1860-1885

Name: Anna Hiteman
Gender: Female
Age: 6
Birth Year: abt 1879
Birth Place: Germany
Race: White
Residence: Waterloo, Douglas, Nebraska
Census Year: 1885
Enumeration District: 236
Household Members:
Name Age
Ernst Hindman 35 Germany
Anna Hiteman 6 Germany, adopted by Silas S Rall
1382. 1940CensusNEScottsBluffGeringTheodoreJohnsonTaken13 Apr1940.jpg

1940 United States Federal Census
Taken 13 APR 1930
Gering

Ted R Johnson
AGE: 38
ESTIMATED BIRTH YEAR: 1902
GENDER: Male
RACE: White
BIRTHPLACE: Oregon
MARITAL STATUS: Married
RELATION TO HEAD OF HOUSE: Head
STREET: O Street
HOUSE NUMBER: 1420
FARM: No
INFERRED RESIDENCE IN 1935: Gering, Scotts Bluff, Nebraska
RESIDENCE IN 1935: Same Place
SHEET NUMBER: 3A
NUMBER OF HOUSEHOLD IN ORDER OF VISITATION: 47
OCCUPATION: Carpenter
HOUSE OWNED OR RENTED: Owned
VALUE OF HOME OR MONTHLY RENTAL IF RENTED: 2900
ATTENDED SCHOOL OR COLLEGE: No
HIGHEST GRADE COMPLETED: High School, 3rd year
HOURS WORKED WEEK PRIOR TO CENSUS: 48
CLASS OF WORKER: Wage or salary worker in private work
WEEKS WORKED IN 1939: 52
INCOME: 2000
INCOME OTHER SOURCES: No
HOUSEHOLD MEMBERS
NAME AGE
Edith Johnson 39
Ted R Johnson 38
Luryne Johnson 16
Jane Johnson 14
Marion Johnson 12
Jack Johnson 10
Darald Johnson 8
Dorothy Ann Johnson 5
1384. Miller Family Tree, mitzi1147, ancestry.com, 15 Aug 2016
Thank You, Mitzi.
Facts
Name and genderIEW
Birth
16 Jan 1880 • Valparaiso, Saunders, Nebraska, USA
6 Sources 
1880
(AGE)EW
Residence
1880 • Valparaiso, Saunders, Nebraska, USA
Marital Status: Single; Relation to Head of House: Daughter
1 Source 
1880
0IEW
Marriage
19 Jul 1899 • Valparaiso, Saunders, Nebraska, USA
George Samuel Miller (1873–1916) 
1 Source 
1899
19
Birth of Son
Harold Edward Miller(1900–1960)
27 Jul 1900 • Valparaiso, Saunders, Nebraska, USA
1900

20IEW
Residence
1900 • Oak Creek, Saunders, Nebraska, USA
Marital Status: Married; Relation to Head of House: Wife
1 Source 
1900
20
Birth of Daughter
Eva Berniece Miller(1902–1976)
26 Jun 1902 • Valparaiso, Saunders, Nebraska, USA
1902

22
Birth of Daughter
Vida Faye Miller(1904–1987)
07 Sep 1904 • Valparaiso, Saunders, Nebraska, USA
1904

24
Birth of Son
George Ellis Miller(1907–1977)
19 Feb 1907 • Nebraska
1907

27
Birth of Daughter
Ruth Marie Miller(1909–1911)
05 Sep 1909 • Oregon
1909

29IEW
Residence
1910 • Snake River, Malheur, Oregon, USA
Marital Status: Married; Relation to Head of House: Wife
1 Source 
1910
30
Death of Daughter
Ruth Marie Miller(1909–1911)
20 Mar 1911 • Malheur, Oregon, USA
1911

31
Birth of Daughter
Dorothy Lois Miller(1912–)
27 Mar 1912
1912

32
Death of Father
Edward Leavitt Johnson(1854–1919)
1919 • Nebraska, USA
1919

39IEW
Residence
1920 • Oak Creek, Saunders, Nebraska, USA
Marital Status: Widowed; Marital Status: Widow; Relation to Head of House: Head
1 Source 
1920
40
Death of Mother
Amanda Mulholland(1856–1932)
1932
1932

52
Residence
1935 • Bar Vegas, Nevada
1 Source 
1935
55IEW
Residence
1 Apr 1940 • Hawley, Blaine, Nebraska, USA
Marital Status: Married; Relation to Head of House: Wife
1 Source 
1940
60IEW
Residence
1951 • Lincoln, Nebraska, USA
1 Source 
1951
71IEW
Residence
1956 • Great Falls, Montana, USA
1 Source 
1956
76
Death of Son
Harold Edward Miller(1900–1960)
31 Aug 1960 • Spearfish, Lawrence, South Dakota, USA
1960

80IEW
Death
12 Sep 1962 • Lincoln, Lancaster, Nebraska, USA
1 Source 
1962
82IEW
Burial
15 Sep 1962 • Lincoln, Lancaster, Nebraska, USA
Lincoln Memorial Park, Section: K, Lot 302, Space 1
1 Source

Sources
Ancestry Sources
1880 United States Federal Census
1900 United States Federal Census
1910 United States Federal Census
1920 United States Federal Census
1940 United States Federal Census
U.S. City Directories, 1822-1995
U.S. City Directories, 1822-1995
U.S., Find A Grave Index, 1600s-Current

Data for Harold Edward Miller
Marriage
23 Nov 1921 • Lincoln, Lancaster, Nebraska, USA
Bertha Leona Marshall (1905–1995) 
1921
21
Birth of Daughter
Lola May Miller(1922–2006)
21 Aug 1922 • Valparaiso, Saunders, Nebraska, USA
1922

22
Birth and Death of Son
Baby Miller(1925–1925)
18 Mar 1925 • Valparaiso, Saunders, Nebraska, USA
1925

24IEW
Residence
1930 • Lead, Lawrence, South Dakota, USA
Marital Status: Married; Relation to Head of House: Head
1 Source 
1930
30IEW
Residence
1935 • Township 7 Range 2, Lawrence, South Dakota
1 Source 
1935
35VIEW
Residence
1 Apr 1940 • Township 7 Range 2, Lawrence, South Dakota, USA
Marital Status: Married; Relation to Head of House: Head
1 Source 
1940
39IEW
Death
31 Aug 1960 • Spearfish, Lawrence, South Dakota, USA
2 Sources 
1960
60
Burial
Spearfish, Lawrence County, South Dakota, USA
2 Sources
1385. Kelly Family Tree, phkesq, ancestry.com

Facts
Name and gender
VIEW
Birth
4 Sep 1864 • Bloomfield, Davis, Iowa, United States
1 Source 
1864
(AGE)



Birth of Sister
Carrie Belle Magee(1866–1949)
30 Sep 1866 • Iowa
1866

2



Birth of Brother
Lewis Joshua Magee(1868–1949)
23 Oct 1868 • Iowa City, Wright, Iowa, United States
1868

4



Birth of Brother
Louis J. Magee(1869–)
abt 1869 • Iowa
1869

4



Birth of Brother
Edwin Ellsworth Magee(1870–1946)
4 Aug 1870 • Nebraska
1870

5



Birth of Brother
Edward E. Magee(1871–)
abt 1871 • Nebraska
1871

6



Birth of Sister
Anna Helen Magee(1872–1959)
10 May 1872 • Nebraska
1872

7



Birth of Sister
Mary L. Magee(1875–1973)
27 Feb 1875 • Nebraska
1875

10



Birth of Brother
Abner B. Magee(1878–1897)
abt 1878 • Saunders, Nebraska, United States
1878

13



Birth of Brother
James L. Magee(1879–1958)
27 May 1879 • Nebraska
1879

14



VIEW
Residence
1880 • Rock Creek, Saunders, Nebraska, United States
Age: 15; Marital Status: Single; Relation to Head of House: Son
1 Source 
1880
16



Death of Mother
Nancy Ann Tharp(1845–1894)
2 Sep 1894 • Valparaiso, Saunders, Nebraska, USA
1894

29



Death of Brother
Abner B. Magee(1878–1897)
1897
1897

33



VIEW
Death
14 Mar 1918 • Lincoln, Lancaster, Nebraska, United States
1386. 1910 US Census Nebraska , Lancaster, University Place Ward 3
Name:
Oliver N Magee
Age in 1910:
45
Birth Year:
abt 1865
Birthplace:
Iowa
Home in 1910:
University Place Ward 3, Lancaster, Nebraska
Street:
East Holdridge Street
Race:
White
Gender:
Male
Relation to Head of House:
Head
Marital Status:
Married
Spouse's Name:
Nellie T Magee
Father's Birthplace:
Missouri
Mother's Birthplace:
Iowa
Native Tongue:
English
Occupation:
Merchant
Industry:
Clothing
Employer, Employee or Other:
Own Account
Home Owned or Rented:
Own
Home Free or Mortgaged:
Mortgaged
Farm or House:
House
Able to Read:
Yes
Able to Write:
Yes
Years Married:
16
Neighbors:
View others on page
Household Members:
Name
Age
Oliver N Magee
45
Nellie T Magee
35
O Harold Magee
14
Ethel Magee
13
Elmer E Magee
9
1387. 1920USCensusNebraskaLancasterUniversityPlace

Mrs. Nellie T Magee
 in the 1920 United States Federal Census
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Name:
Mrs. Nellie T Magee
[Mrs. Nellis T Magee] 
Age:
45
Birth Year:
abt 1875
Birthplace:
Nebraska
Home in 1920:
University Place, Lancaster, Nebraska
Street:
F St
House Number:
1601
Race:
White
Gender:
Female
Relation to Head of House:
Head
Marital Status:
Widowed
[Widow] 
Father's Birthplace:
New York
Mother's Birthplace:
Wisconsin
Able to Speak English:
Yes
Occupation:
President
Industry:
Clothing Co
Employment Field:
Wage or Salary
Home Owned or Rented:
Own
Home Free or Mortgaged:
Mortgaged
Able to Read:
Yes
Able to Write:
Yes
Neighbors:
View others on page
Household Members:
Name
Age
Nellie T Magee
45
Helen Magee
8
Woodrow Magee
6
Ethel Foreman
22
Richard Foreman
2
1388. 1930USCensusNebraskaLancasterLincoln Taken 14 April 1930
Nellis T Magee
 in the 1930 United States Federal Census
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Name:
Nellis T Magee
Birth Year:
abt 1875
Gender:
Female
Race:
White
Birthplace:
Nebraska
Marital Status:
Widowed
Relation to Head of House:
Head
Homemaker?:
Yes
Home in 1930:
Lincoln, Lancaster, Nebraska
Map of Home:
View Map
Street address:
N 50
Ward of City:
11 Pt. of
House Number in Cities or Towns:
2503
Dwelling Number:
272
Family Number:
242
Home Owned or Rented:
Owned
Home Value:
8000
Radio Set:
Yes
Lives on Farm:
No
Attended School:
No
Able to Read and Write:
Yes
Father's Birthplace:
New York
Mother's Birthplace:
Maine
Able to Speak English:
Yes
Occupation:
President
Industry:
Mdse Co
Class of Worker:
Wage or salary worker
Employment:
Yes
Neighbors:
View others on page
Household Members:
Name
Age
Nellis T Magee
55
Helene Magee
19
Woodrow R Magee
17
1389. 1940USCensusNebraskaLancasterLincoln Taken 23 Apr 1940

Nellie T Magee
 in the 1940 United States Federal Census
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Name:
Nellie T Magee
Respondent:
Yes
Age:
65
Estimated birth year:
abt 1875
Gender:
Female
Race:
White
Birthplace:
Nebraska
Marital Status:
Widowed
Relation to Head of House:
Head
Home in 1940:
Lincoln, Lancaster, Nebraska
Map of Home in 1940:
View Map
Street:
North 50th Street
House Number:
2503
Farm:
No
Inferred Residence in 1935:
Lincoln, Lancaster, Nebraska
Residence in 1935:
Same House
Sheet Number:
1A
Number of Household in Order of Visitation:
5
Occupation:
Executive Retail Dept Store
House Owned or Rented:
Owned
Value of Home or Monthly Rental if Rented:
4000
Attended School or College:
No
Highest Grade Completed:
High School, 4th year
Hours Worked Week Prior to Census:
5
Class of Worker:
Wage or salary worker in private work
Weeks Worked in 1939:
52
Income:
2670
Income Other Sources:
Yes
Neighbors:
View others on page
Household Members:
Name
Age
Nellie T Magee
65
Oliver Harold Magee
44
William E Morgan
45
Henry K Schiver
26
1390. 1930 United States Federal Census for O Harold Magee Nebraska Lancaster Lincoln District 33 Taken 30 Apr 1930
O Harold Magee in the 1930 United States Federal Census
Name:
O Harold Magee
Birth Year:
abt 1895
Gender:
Male
Race:
White
Birthplace:
Kansas
Marital Status:
Married
Relation to Head of House:
Head
Home in 1930:
Lincoln, Lancaster, Nebraska
Map of Home:
View Map
Street address:
Starr
Ward of City:
7 Part of
House Number in Cities or Towns:
4326
Dwelling Number:
367
Family Number:
460
Home Owned or Rented:
Owned
Home Value:
7500
Radio Set:
Yes
Lives on Farm:
No
Age at First Marriage:
20
Attended School:
No
Able to Read and Write:
Yes
Father's Birthplace:
Nebraska
Mother's Birthplace:
Kansas
Able to Speak English:
Yes
Occupation:
Merchant
Industry:
Shoes Co
Class of Worker:
Wage or salary worker
Employment:
Yes
Neighbors:
View others on page
Household Members:
Name
Age
O Harold Magee
35
Hazel P Magee
34
Harold Magee
14
Betty L Magee
13
Marjorie Zickefoose
20
1391. 1920 United States Federal Census for Harold Magee
Colorado Logan Sterling Ward 1 District 0189


Harold Magee
 in the 1920 United States Federal Census

Harold Magee
Age:
25
Birth Year:
abt 1895
Birthplace:
Nebraska
Home in 1920:
Sterling Ward 1, Logan, Colorado
Street:
Hamilton Street
House Number:
106
Race:
White
Gender:
Male
Relation to Head of House:
Head
Marital Status:
Married
Spouse's Name:
Hazel Magee
Father's Birthplace:
Kansas
Mother's Birthplace:
Kansas
Able to Speak English:
Yes
Occupation:
Merchant
Industry:
Men's Clothing
Employment Field:
Employer
Home Owned or Rented:
Own
Home Free or Mortgaged:
Free
Able to Read:
Yes
Able to Write:
Yes
Neighbors:
View others on page
Household Members:
Name
Age
Harold Magee
25
Hazel Magee
23
Harold Magee
4
Betty Magee
3
1392. 1910 United States Federal Census for Hazel Clemmons Taken 18 April 1910
NebraskaLancasterHavelock Ward 1 District 0046
Hazel Clemmons
 in the 1910 United States Federal Census

Name:
Hazel Clemmons
Age in 1910:
14
Birth Year:
abt 1896
Birthplace:
Nebraska
Home in 1910:
Havelock Ward 1, Lancaster, Nebraska
Street:
Garfield Ave
Race:
White
Gender:
Female
Relation to Head of House:
Daughter
Marital Status:
Single
Father's name:
Joe N Clemmons
Father's Birthplace:
Nebraska
Mother's name:
Nettie M Clemmons
Mother's Birthplace:
Ohio
Native Tongue:
English
Attended School:
Yes
Able to Read:
Yes
Able to Write:
Yes
Neighbors:
View others on page
Household Members:
Name
Age
Joe N Clemmons
39
Nettie M Clemmons
32
Hazel Clemmons
14
Blanche Clemmons
7
1393. 1940 United States Federal Census for Hazel Magee California Los Angeles Long Beach

Hazel Magee in the 1940 United States Federal Census

Name:
Hazel Magee
[Hazel Clemmons] 
Age:
42
Estimated birth year:
abt 1898
Gender:
Female
Race:
White
Birthplace:
Nebraska
Marital Status:
Divorced
Relation to Head of House:
Daughter
Home in 1940:
Long Beach, Los Angeles, California
Map of Home in 1940:
View Map
Street:
East Second
Inferred Residence in 1935:
Lincoln, Nebraska
Residence in 1935:
Lincoln, Nebraska
Resident on farm in 1935:
No
Sheet Number:
3B
Father's Birthplace:
Nebraska
Mother's Birthplace:
Ohio
Occupation:
New Worker
Woman Marriages:
No
Woman Age at First Marriage:
21
Number of Children Ever Born:
0
Attended School or College:
No
Highest Grade Completed:
High School, 3rd year
Hours Worked Week Prior to Census:
0
Duration of Unemployment:
0
Weeks Worked in 1939:
0
Income:
0
Income Other Sources:
No
Native Language:
English
Usual Occupation:
Housewife
Neighbors:
View others on page
Household Members:
Name
Age
Nettie Clemmons
62
Hazel Magee
42
1394. 1930 United States Federal Census for Richard N Foreman Nebraska Lancaster Lincoln District 77 Taken 4 April 1930
Name
Richard N Foreman
Age in 1930
12
Birth Year
abt 1918
Gender
Male
Race
White
Birthplace
Nebraska
Marital Status
Single
Relation to Head of House
Stepson

Lincoln, Lancaster, Nebraska
Street Address
North 45th St
Ward of City
11. part of
House Number in Cities or Towns
1306
Dwelling Number
44
Family Number
44
Attended School
Yes
Able to Read and Write
Yes
Father's Birthplace
Nebraska
Mother's Birthplace
Kansas
Able to Speak English
Yes
Household Members
Name
Age
Alvin G Amos
35
Ethel Amos
33
Alvin Amos
6
James H Amos
4
Richard N Foreman
12
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1395. 1940 United States Federal Census, Nebraska, Lancaster, Lincoln

Name
Richard Foreman
Respondent
Yes
Age
23
Estimated Birth Year
abt 1917
Gender
Male
Race
White
Birthplace
Nebraska
Marital Status
Married
Relation to Head of House
Head

Lincoln, Lancaster, Nebraska
Street
F Street
Farm
No
Inferred Residence in 1935
Lincoln, Lancaster, Nebraska
Residence in 1935
Same Place
Sheet Number
8B
Number of Household in Order of Visitation
223
Occupation
Salesman
Industry
Dept Store
House Owned or Rented
Rented
Value of Home or Monthly Rental if Rented
27.50
Attended School or College
No
Highest Grade Completed
College, 1st year
Hours Worked Week Prior to Census
48
Class of Worker
Wage or salary worker in private work
Weeks Worked in 1939
52
Income
1200
Income Other Sources
No
Household Members
Name
Age
Richard Foreman
23
Jeanne Foreman
21
1396. 1913 Obituary, Freitas Rupracht Funeral Home, Yerington, Nevada
1397. Guild Family Tree, kcreek11, ancestry.com

Claude Roland Thistle
1886–1978
BIRTH 7 MAY 1886 • Victoria Corners, Carleton, New Brunswick, Canada
DEATH 12 AUG 1978 • Lomita, Los Angeles, California, USA
Birth
7 May 1886 • Victoria Corners, Carleton, New Brunswick, Canada
5 Sources 
1886
(AGE)



Birth of Brother
Wentworth Bradshaw Thistle(1888–)
31 Dec 1888 • Victoria Corners, Carleton, New Brunswick, Canada
1888

2



Birth of Sister
Edna Beatrice Thistle(1891–1965)
8 Feb 1891 • Andover, , New Brunswick, Canada
1891

4



Birth of Sister
Alice Elizabeth Thistle(1893–1956)
6 May 1893 • Andover, , New Brunswick, Canada
1893

6



Death of Father
Oscar Thistle(1849–1895)
6 May 1895 • Victoria Corners, Carleton, New Brunswick, Canada
1895

8



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Arrival
1907
1 Source 
1907
21



Death of Mother
Elizabeth Euphemia Bedell(1850–1917)
26 Jan 1917 • Auburn, Androscoggin, Maine, USA
1917

30



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Residence
1920 • Bridgewater, Aroostook, Maine
1 Source 
1920
34



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Residence
1930 • Lomita, Los Angeles, California
1 Source 
1930
44



Death of Brother
Guy Le Baron Thistle(1872–1934)
8 Mar 1934 • , Fresno, California, USA
1934

47



Death of Brother
Oscar William Thistle(1878–1944)
29 Sep 1944
1944

58



Death of Brother
Charles Herbert Thistle(1880–1952)
19 Nov 1952
1952

66



Death of Sister
Alice Elizabeth Thistle(1893–1956)
6 Jan 1956 • Kingsburg, Fresno, California, USA
1956

69



Death of Sister
Edna Beatrice Thistle(1891–1965)
27 Mar 1965
1965

78



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Death
12 Aug 1978 • Lomita, Los Angeles, California, USA
2 Sources 
1978
92



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Residence
Not Stated, Aroostook, Maine
1 Source
1398. SAR, Nebraska, Jan 14, 1946, Application National # 64196, State # 697, Woodrow Randall Magee
1399. Family Tree, Tregembo, Maggie Ricker
Joseph G. Prentiss and Nancy Sanderson Johnson
Facts
Nancy
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Birth
Apr 17, 1818 • Knox, Waldo County, Maine, USA
2 Sources 
1818
(AGE)



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Marriage
1843
Joseph G Prentiss (1820–1902) 
1 Source 
1843
25



Birth of Son
Wesley Prentiss(1844–1926)
11 Jan 1844 • East Troy, Waldo, Maine, USA
1844

25



Birth of Daughter
Anna I Prentiss (1847–)
13 Nov 1847 • Troy, Waldo, Maine, USA
1847

29



Birth of Son
Preston M Prentiss(1850–)
9 Jan 1850 • Troy, Waldo, Maine, USA
1850

31



Birth of Son
Joseph F Prentiss(1858–1930)
abt 1858 • Maine, USA
1858

39



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Residence
1900 • Thorndike, Waldo, Maine, USA
Marital Status: Married; Relation to Head of House: Wife
1 Source 
1900
82



Death of Husband
Joseph G Prentiss(1820–1902)
28 May 1902 • Thorndike, Maine, United States
1902

84



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Death
23 May 1907 • Thorndike, Waldo, Maine, USA
1 Source

Joseph G Prentiss
1820–1902
BIRTH 17 AUG 1820 • Harlem, Maine (China ME) Plantation # 5
DEATH 28 MAY 1902 • Thorndike, Maine, United States
Facts
Name and gender
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Birth
17 Aug 1820 • Harlem, Maine (China ME) Plantation # 5
3 Sources 
1820
(AGE)



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Birth
(Alternate)
abt 1820 • Troy, Maine
1 Source 
1820



Birth of Brother
Reuben V Prentiss (1820–1880)
17 Aug 1820 • Troy, Waldo, Maine, USA
1820




Birth of Sister
Chesley Prentiss(1823–)
26 May 1823 • Plymouth, Chenango, New York, United States
1823

2



Birth of Brother
Franklin A Prentiss(1827–1917)
29 May 1827 • Troy, Waldo, Maine, USA
1827

6



Birth of Brother
Augustus Prentiss(1827–1917)
29 MAY 1827 • Troy, Maine
1827

6



Birth of Brother
Albion K. Prentiss(1829–1898)
6 Apr 1829 • Troy, Waldo County, Maine
1829

8



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Marriage
1843
Nancy S (Johnson) Prentiss (1818–1907) 
1 Source 
1843
23



Birth of Son
Wesley Prentiss(1844–1926)
11 Jan 1844 • East Troy, Waldo, Maine, USA
1844

23



Death of Sister
Emeline Prentiss(1809–1846)
9 Mar 1846 • Maine
1846

25



Birth of Daughter
Anna I Prentiss (1847–)
13 Nov 1847 • Troy, Waldo, Maine, USA
1847

27



Birth of Son
Preston M Prentiss(1850–)
9 Jan 1850 • Troy, Waldo, Maine, USA
1850

29



Birth of Son
Joseph F Prentiss(1858–1930)
abt 1858 • Maine, USA
1858

37



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Residence
1 July 1863 • Troy, Maine, United States
1 Source 
1863
42



Death of Father
Ozias Prentiss(1780–1867)
23 Sep 1867 • Troy, Waldo, Maine, United States
1867

47



Death of Mother
Mercy (Marcy) Grindle(1788–1867)
3 NOV 1867 • Troy, Waldo, Maine, United States
1867

47



Death of Sister
Deborah Prentiss(1807–1880)
Jun 1880 • Somerset, Maine
1880

59



Death of Brother
Reuben V Prentiss (1820–1880)
1880 • Connecticut, USA
1880

60



Death of Brother
Otis L. Prentice(1812–1889)
02 Jun 1889 • Troy, Waldo, Maine, USA
1889

68



Death of Brother
Morris Prentiss Prentice(1818–1894)
1 May 1894 • Thorndike, Waldo, Maine, USA
1894

73



Death of Brother
Albion K. Prentiss(1829–1898)
16 NOV 1898 • Holden, Maine
1898

78



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Residence
1900 • Thorndike, Waldo, Maine, USA
Marital Status: Married; Relation to Head of House: Head
1 Source 
1900
80



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Death
28 May 1902 • Thorndike, Maine, United States
1 Source
1400. Newspaper, Lincoln Evening Journal, Sunday, April 26, 1959, John L. Magee, Oliver, Nellie
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