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5851 Henry Brown, Surety Family F382
5852 Shumake, Lindsey Watson (I70051)
Jack Dooley Jones, 80, of Prescott, Ariz., son of Dooley and Ferne (Kapp) Jones, passed away April 23, 2014. He was born Aug. 20, 1933 in Yuma, Ariz., and moved to Prescott in 1947, where he learned to be a cowpuncher.

He served in Korea from 1953 to 1955 and studied Engineering at Arizona State Teachers College (ASU). He loved ranch life, working cattle and ranch cooking. He worked many ranches in Arizona predominantly the Boquillas Cattle Company and the ORO Ranch.
He is survived by his daughters, Marcie Jones-Holthus (David), Dana Edgar and Krista Robertson; four grandchildren; one great granddaughter; and his sister, Betty (Jones) Bartmus. 
Jones, Jack Dooley (I67893)
5854 I have seen a reference for A Flatt of Middlesex County, Woodbridge Twp, Year 1818 June Tax List p 103 NJ Tax Lists Index 1772-1822. IF we assume this is A for Andrew, this cannot be the Andrew Flatt below as this Andrew Flatt already in PA by 1790.  Flatt, Andrew (I11424)
5855 In household of Nicolas M Phillips in 1900 Wise TX census  Family F22185
5856 In Texas since 1870,
in Parker County since 1884 
Family F22163
5857 Is this the same John Flatt that died in Paint Creek, Roane Co TN? Since son David was born in Maryland, and the other children were in Woodbridge, may be a different John. There is a John Flatt that was in Harford Co MD Flatt, John (I11397)
Married by James Mitchell 
Family F787
5859 James Winstead "Jim" Aldridge


EDINBURG - James "Jim" Winstead Aldridge, 89, died Thursday, Dec. 15, 2011, at the Alfredo Gonzalez Texas State Veterans Home in McAllen. Skinner Silva Funeral Home of Edinburg is in charge of funeral arrangements.

Published in The Monitor on Dec. 17, 2011
Aldridge, James Winstead (I68946)
5860 James Witt, Surety Family F790
5861 Jerry Sterling

Date/Time August 14, 2009/6:00 PM


Date/Time August 15, 2009/2:00 PM
2602 W. Beebe-Capps Expy.

Searcy, AR 72143

Jerry Lavon ?Pug? Sterling died Wednesday, August 12. He was born May 22, 1945, the son of Marshall and Daisy Clark Sterling.
He is survived by four brothers, James, Robert, Dennis and Dwight Sterling, all of Arkansas; nine sisters, Lola Liggett of Illinois, Ethel Jones of California, Martha Hutsinpilner of Oregon, Onvia Harrison, Glenda Haynes, Sue VanWinkle Ellis, Kathy Cole and Phyllis Choate all of Arkansas; several nieces and nephews and many friends. Jerry was preceded in death by his parents, five sisters and four brothers.
Funeral services will be 2 pm Saturday at Powell Funeral Home in Searcy. Visitation will be Friday evening from 6 until 8 pm. Arrangements entrusted to Powell Funeral Homes.  
Sterling, Jerry (I69153)
5862 July 27, 1924 - December 25, 2015 Robert (Bob) Banning passed away peacefully early Christmas morning with his family at his side. He is survived by his loving wife Joan, their two sons Robert Jr. and Winthrop, their wives Cari and Melissa, four grandchildren, and his sister Elizabeth Ames. His brother Hancock Banning died in Nov. 2014. Bob, the son of Florence and Hancock Banning, Jr., was born in Los Angeles and grew up in San Marino. After high school, he served in WWII with the Army Air Corp's weather service. Post war, he graduated from UC Berkeley and began a career with LA County Health Services where he held numerous managerial positions. Bob and Joan were married in 1954 and established their family in Pasadena. Upon retirement, Bob began his second career holding leadership positions with several Pasadena and California philanthropic organizations. It was in this service to his community that Bob truly found his calling. Bob shared his passion for history and genealogy by fostering the importance of our past to the next generations. Bob is deeply loved and will be fondly remembered by many.
Published in the Los Angeles Times from Jan. 2 to Jan. 3, 2016
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Banning, Robert Johnston (I69293)
5863 Kenneth W. 'Ken' Flatt, 45, of Las Cruces, NM died Oct. 2, 2004. He was a retired Petty Officer of the U.S. Navy and at the time of his death he was employed by NASA at White Sands Missile Range. He was a 1977 graduate of Del City High School. He is survived by his wife of 19 years Marilou 'Malu' Flatt and his two sons Kris Beloncio-Flatt and Karl Beloncio-Flatt all of the family home; and his mother Joyce French of Del City. Ken was preceded in death by his father Jessie Flatt. Burial was at Ft. Bliss National Cemetery with full military honors. Among the honorary pall-bearers were David McFarland of Herndon, VA and Chris Lagaly of Edina, MN. For private condolences go to
Published in The Oklahoman on Oct. 17, 2004 
Flatt, Kenneth W (I70261)
5864 Maisttison Masterson, James M (I70298)
5865 Mason? Johnson? Sarah (I67707)
5866 May 5, 1933 ? December 8, 2016
Robert Max Cory, longtime resident of Roseville, died peacefully on December 8, 2016. He was 83 years of age.

Robert was born at home in Pentwater, Michigan, on May 5, 1933, the son of the late Max Dudley and AmaBelle (Bower) Cory. He graduated from the University of Cincinnati in May 1956 with a degree in Mechanical Engineering. Following graduation, he served our country honorably in the U.S. Army from 1956 until his transfer to the U.S. Army Reserve in 1958. During this time, he proposed to the girl of his dreams, Mary Magdalen Bray, and they were married on May 9, 1959 in St. Joseph Catholic Church in Weare, Michigan. The couple made their home in Roseville, and they were blessed with six wonderful children, whom he loved and cherished. Robert played an active role in all of their lives: coaching baseball and basketball; attending dance recitals, school musicals, swim meets, football games; and being an active supporter of their educations.

Robert spent 42 years as an engineer for Chrysler Tank (later General Dynamics), retiring in April of 1995. Retirement didn?t last long?he started a second 18-1/2 year career as Parish Administrator at St. Athanasius Catholic Church in Roseville just a few months later. He was also a 40-plus year member of the ARC Credit Union credit committee.
In his ?spare time,? Robert was a master woodworker and creator of ?things.? He loved projects of any kind and solving problems. Robert and Mary traveled extensively, traveling to Alaska three times, Ireland, Europe, and cruising through the Panama Canal, Caribbean, Hawaii, and St. Lawrence Seaway. They also enjoyed ?following the hood ornament? through the state of Michigan, visiting family, exploring antique shops, and ?taking the road less traveled.? Robert was never lost?he was just finding a different way home.He always looked forward to the holidays. His ?small? Snow Village took on a life of its own, becoming an annual pilgrimage for many. His church life was very important to Robert. After their retirement, Robert and Mary attended Tuesday morning mass, sang at funeral masses, and sang with the choir each weekend. Robert played an active role at St. Athanasius/St. Pio Parish, singing in the choir, as an usher, chairman of the Parish Fun Fair, as a Parish Council member, and as a jack-of-all-trades about the church property. It was through his faith in the Lord that he remained positive and full of life.

To know Robert was to love him. He always had a great sense of humor; he extended friendship to everyone he met; he was the life of the party and loved having family and company over. His giving soul and kind, smiling face will be greatly missed, and his light will continue to glow in our hearts forever.

Robert was the loving and devoted husband of 57 years to Mary; cherished father of Cynthia (Peter) Murphy, Timothy (Jan Miller-Cory), Thomas (Peggy), Bryan (Patti), Christopher (Karen) and Gregory Cory; adored grandfather of Aileen, Sean (Gwen Lindsay), Ryan (Amanda Ewing), Brendan, Keegan, Maureen and Jilleen Murphy, Brittany, Jason, Brett (Ann Marie), Evan and Justin Cory. He was the beloved brother of the late Ida Jean (Thomas) Roberts, Harold Cory, and Janetta Ackerman; loved brother-in-law of Marjorie Cory and John Ackerman; and dear uncle to many nieces and nephews.

Visitation will be held on Tuesday, December 13th from 2-9PM at Faulmann & Walsh Golden Rule Funeral Home of Fraser, with a prayer service at 7PM. There will be additional visitation beginning at 10AM on Wednesday the 14th at St. Pio of Pietrelcina Catholic Church in Roseville before the funeral mass that will be celebrated beginning at 10:30AM with the Rev. Fr. Greg Rozborski officiating. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be addressed to the Capuchin Soup Kitchen, St. Pio Food Pantry or St. Jude Children?s Hospital in Robert?s name. Share memories online at 
Cory, Robert Max (I69280)
5867 Maybe Phliipp Jakob Flath
Anna Elisabetha Blumenshein FHL 1195018

Baptized at Evangelisch,Reichelsheim Odenwald,Starkenburg,Hesse-Darmstadt 
Flatt, Johann Phillip (I69990)
5868 McCOOK Mary Adeline, was born on September 7, 1909 in Wellington, Kansas.

She resided there with her family until moving to Tecumseh, Ok.

Upon graduation from high school, she moved to Oklahoma City, where she was employed by the Discalced Carmelite Fathers, of the Province of St. Therese. Her professional association with the Carmelites lasted for sixty years in various capacities. She was a member of the Altar Societies of several Catholic parishes over the years and was a member of the Catholic Daughters of America, Court Santa Maria. In 1989, she moved to Spearfish, South Dakota to be closer to the family of a niece. In Spearfish, she was a member of St. Joseph's Catholic Church. She was preceded in death by her parents; a brother, Charles M. McCook; two sisters, Violet McCook and Martha L. Fogel. She is survived by a sister-in-law, Mozelle McCook of Oklahoma City; nieces, Patty Miller of Spearfish, S.D., Gina McCook of Norman, Ok.; and a nephew, Michael McCook of Ft.

Worth, Tx. Services will be Monday, February 21, 1994, 10:00 a.m. at the Chapel at Resurrection Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, a memorial has been established at Sky Ranch for Boys, Sky Ranch, S.D. 57724.


Archive ID: 566561 
McCook, Mary Adelia (I7752)
5869 McGuire & Davies Funeral Home and Crematory

John "Jack" E Flatt
( July 07, 1931 - November 11, 2015 )

John E. ?Jack? Flatt,84, of Little York, IL died at 11:10 p.m. Wednesday, November 11, 2015 at the OSF Richard L. Owens Hospice Home in Peoria, IL

He was born July 7, 1931 in Mercer County, IL the son of Elmer Clyde and Edythe Ruth (Southern) Flatt. He attended Pleasant Hill Country School, Williamsfield, graduating from the Alexis Grade School and later Kirkwood High School.

He served with the United States Air Force from 1950-1953 as a Medic.

Jack married Dorothy Jewel Cutliff on December 20,1952 and she died April 25 1990.

Jack farmed in the Kirkwood and Alexis areas along with raising pigs and cattle for several years. He also worked as a Crop Adjuster for 20 years.

He was a Past Master and 50 year member of the A. Lincoln Masonic Lodge #518 Kirkwood, IL, Warren Chapter, #30 R.A.M., Knight Templar, Mohammed Shrine, Past Director of the Farm Bureau, Life Member of the Monmouth VFW Post #2301 and the James Harvey Scott Post #189 Alexis American Legion.

Survivors include his sons, Steven Michael Flatt of Alexis and Ricky Lynn Flatt of Flower Mound, TX, grandchildren, Darcie Flatt, Dustin Flatt, Becky (Ben) Curcio, Megan Flatt, Travis (Tabitha) Flatt and Allen John Flatt; great grandchildren, Isabell Flatt, Tyler Flatt, Cody Flatt, Zachary Cole and Levi Curcio; his brother, Curtis (Rita) Flatt of Burlington, IA; sister in law, Bonnie L. (Stinemates) Flatt of Media; daughter in law, Mary K. Jean Flatt of Cambridge, WI; nieces & nephews, Cathi (Roger) Watson of Galesburg, Chrissi (Jeff) Ryner of Alexis, Carrie (Larry) Sampson of Nauvoo, IL, Kevin (Kathy) Flatt of Monmouth, Scott (Wendi) Flatt, Mark (Nena) Flatt, Bradley (Rhonda) Flatt, Stephanie (Matt) Sims; great nieces and nephews that called him ?Uncle Jack? include Cody (Lynn) Flatt, ?Lil? Jack Flatt, Chase (Katey) Flatt, Braxton Flatt, Luke (Sarah) Watson, Erik Watson, Rachel Watson, Brooke Ryner, Blake Ryner, Haley Sims, Danielle (Justin) Martin, Sean Flatt, Elsie Flatt and Arie Flatt.

He was preceded in death by his parents, wife, one son, Randy Lee ?Hog? Flatt; brothers, Marion Ray ?Bunk? Flatt and Meredith Lee ?Mert? Flatt; sister in law, Bonnie Lou Flatt.

Memorial services will be 3:00 p.m. Sunday, November 15, 2015 at the Norwood Presbyterian Church. No visitation hours are planned. Burial with Military Honors will take place at the Norwood Cemetery following the services. Memorials may be given to the Norwood Presbyterian Church or the Norwood Cemetery. McGuire & Davies Funeral and Crematory is in charge of the arrangements. Online condolences may be left at 
Flatt, John Elmer (I70256)
5870 Michael Joseph Dooney
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Dooney, Michael Joseph 66 Dec. 31, 1946 Oct. 19, 2013 Michael Joseph Dooney, Gearhart resident, died unexpectedly on Oct. 19, 2013, while working on his property in Jewell. Michael was born in Portland, to Jack and Mary Claire Dooney, and was a graduate of St. Stephen Grade School, Jesuit High School and Gonzaga University. He received his Doctorate of Jurisprudence at University of San Francisco Law School and was a member of the Order of the Coif. After passing the Oregon Bar, Michael worked as a Deputy District Attorney in Clatsop County and went on to establish his private law practice in Seaside, where he continued to practice law until the time of his death. Michael was a talented musician and an accomplished woodworker. He loved spending time in the woods and outdoors, especially on the family property in Jewell. He was a devout Catholic, a member of the Knights of Columbus and a devoted, generous and loving husband and father, as well as a dear brother, uncle, cousin and friend. Survivors include his wife, Lisa; children, Mary Claire, Maggie, John and Tommy Dooney of Gearhart; brothers, Patrick Dooney of Jewell, John (Donna) and Brian (Shawny) Dooney of Hillsboro; sisters, Sheila Boyd, Maureen Dooney (Jim Mosley) and Kathleen Dooney Foster (Cliff Foster) of Hillsboro and Marron Dooney (Jim Miller) of Portland; and many nieces and nephews. The funeral Mass will be at 11 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 24, 2013, at Our Lady of Victory Catholic Church in Seaside. Recitation of the rosary will precede the Mass at 10:30 a.m.

Published in The Oregonian on Oct. 23, 2013
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Dooney, Michael Joseph (I69338)
5871 Might be Andrew T?
Was this Andrew Tennon Morrison, and was Agatha Bigler 1800-1844 a first wife?  
Morrison, Andrew T (I7859)
5872 Muncy Township
Muncy Township. ? Edward Adlum, Sr., Edward Adlum, Jr., William Brown, Sr., William Brown, Jr., Michael Bower, Thomas Brown, Abraham Bennett, John Blair, Levi Blair, Michael Boyd, John Battin, Sr., Cornelius Bodine, John Bagle, Derick Corson, Benjamin Corson, Frederick Campbell, Andrew Carson, James Carson, Sr., James Carson, Jr., Peter Congle, John Corter, Peter Corter, Jr., Nathan Corter, Samuel Carpenter, Sr., John Carpenter, George Cowel, Joseph Carpenter, Samuel Carpenter, Jr., William Clark, Peter Corter, Sr., David Corter, Sr., Gabriel Clark, Peter Corson, Abraham Corson, Elijah Collins, Sr., Elijah Collins, Jr., William Ellis, John Eike, George John Frederick, Nicholas Fleare, William Flimon, Andrew Flatt, Griffith Griffith, John Gross, William Hannas, John Hollingsworth, Joseph Hoglin, John Hoglin, Amos Hoglin, Joseph Hall, Richard Hall, Sr., Richard Hall, Jr., Richard Hall Samuel Hall, James Hampton, Sr., James Hampton, Jr., William Herrold, James Herold, William Hamilton, William Henderson, James Hampton, Robert Huston, Peter Johnston, Peter Kimble, James Kitely, Isaac Kitely, Philip Kenedy, Samuel Lundy, William Lundy, John Lundy, Richard Lundy, Ebenezer Lundy, Enos Lundy, Henry Lebo, Richard Low, Jacob Low, Edward Leonard, Jacob Larrison, James Leviston, Thomas Lloyd, Peter Moon, John Moon, William Mitchell, David McCausland, Jr., Silas McCarty, Philip Moss, Robert Mears, William McCausland, Joseph Newman, Thomas Nunn, George Ous, Samuel Potts, Henry Parker, Benjamin Paxton, Jonathan Paxton, Comley Randles, Asa Randles, Edward Randles, Robert Robb, Esq., James Robb, John Robb, Judith Rynerson, Robert Rook, Moses Rush, Jonathan Randles, Robert Rooker, Jacob Rooker, John Rily, David Rily, William Rice, George Sisler, Powel Streaker, Benjamin Simpson, Henry Scott, Joseph Scott, Fulard Sebring, Henry Sebring, John Sebring, Jr., Henry Southard, Benoni Stogal, John Streaker, Christiana Stugard, John Tool, Moses Tool, James Tumblinson, Sr., Jeremiah Tallman, James Tumblinson, Jr., Joseph Tucker, Caesar Talbert, Sico Talbert, John Ucle, Henry Widowfield, John Widowfield, Mark Widowfield, Sarah Wilson, Francis Wesley, Edward Wallis, John Wallis, Esq., Joseph White, Eli Weston, John Webster, Miles Wilson, Benjamin Warner, Sr., Joseph Warner, Joseph Whitacre, Benjamin Warner, Jr., Abraham Webster, John Woodrow. Total, 140.

Location information: 1776 Muncy Manor, before Northumberland Co formed. (Lewisburg)

CORYDON TOWNSHIP occupies the northwest corner of McKean county. Here Corydon run flows west by north through the northern sections, while the two branches of Sugar run meander everywhere through the southwest and center, and flow together near the west line, whence the main stream rushes down to join the Allegheny river in Warren county, south of Cornplanter?s run, which also rises here. On the divide between Willow and Quaker creeks (heads of the Corydon, in the northeast corner), an elevation of 2,210 feet above tide is recorded; while on the Warren county line, where Sugar run enters the Allegheny valley, the elevation is only 1,300 feet. Geologist Asburner, speaking of this section in 1878, states that the number of houses and shanties there could be counted on the fingers, and denied the assertion of local geologists in the matter of coal beds, asserting that never could coal be profitably mined here. He further termed it the "Barren Township," but acknowledged the existence of plateaus, to which he ascribed the general character of those in Lafayette township.

The population of Corydon township in 1880 was 154. In 1888 there were fifty Republican and thirteen Democratic votes recorded, on which total ? sixty-three ? the population was placed at 315.

The seated tax-payers of Corydon township in 1836-37 were Edwin Adams, James Anderson (a trader), William Brown, John Brown, James L. Baker, Albert and David Cargill, William Care (tavern-keeper), Benjamin Chamberlain, Chamberlain & Hall (saw-mill owners), Alfred Forbes (merchant), Andrew Flatt, Amos Flatt, R.M. Truman, J.W. Field (tavern-keeper), Seth W. Green, Walter Guy, William Gibbs, Comfort Hamlin, Orrin Hook, John Haseltine, Abel Morrison, Rice Morrison, Jacob McCall, Morrison, Stephens & Co. (saw-mills), Moses Parmlee, Zelotes Parmlee, Juri Perry, B.H. Pike (trades-man), Amos Patterson (merchant), Abiel Rolfe (tavern-keeper), Walter and George Seaman, Perry Shannon (saw-mill owner), Clark Stearns, F.H. Tracy, Jonathan Thompson, Ben. Tome, Isaac Williams, H.N. Wheeler (store-keeper and saw-mill owner), John Wait (store-keeper) and John E. Woodbeck (trader); A. Foster was the assessor?Brownell, now of Tionesta, worked in Conover?s saw-mill, at the head of Sugar run, in 1857. This mill was erected in 1854-55, while the mills operated by the Templetons, south of the town-line, were erected much earlier.

Early in 1843 a colony of German Catholics purchased a large tract of land in Warren county, near the east line of McKean, and established a commercial village, and in 1843 a post-office was existing at Kinzua.

The Corydon well, on Wilcox creek, one-half mile up stream from the Allegheny, was in existence in 1850.  
Family F4031
5873 N MEMORIAM: Rev. Bernard Pekelder December 17, 1922 ? September 21, 2012

Louis M. Tamminga
November 16, 2012

Rev. Bernard Pekelder, 89, was Calvin College?s first campus chaplain?a gentle, trusted, and authentic spiritual mentor of several generations of students. He passed away on September 21 from congestive heart failure.
Pekelder was born in Grand Rapids, Mich., where he attended Creston Christian School. After his family moved to Sheboygan, Wisc., he attended Sheboygan Christian School. His high school years were spent at Sheboygan Public High School and Sheboygan North High School.
After consulting with a Christian mentor, Pekelder changed his mind about a career in law and devoted his life to the gospel ministry.
He attended Calvin College and Seminary, graduating in 1947, and also earned a master?s degree in counseling from Garrett Theological Seminary in Chicago.
Pekelder served Jamestown (Mich.) CRC; East Leonard CRC in Grand Rapids, Mich.; and Midland Park (N.J.) CRC.
But he will be remembered best for his long and respected association with Calvin College, beginning in l962. In his multi-faceted ministry there, he left a mark of blessing not only on students but also on the college itself.
He began his ministry at Calvin as chaplain and ended it as vice-president of student affairs. To ?Pek,? as he was affectionately known, these functions were ministry in the best sense of the word, marked by unswerving commitment to his Sender, empathetic love for students, warm relationships with colleagues, and deep concern for Calvin as a Christian institution of learning. The denomination and Calvin Theological Seminary shared in that affection.
Pekelder had a wonderful sense of humor. He was gracious with words and understanding, remaining self-effacing throughout his life. Bernie?s heart beat warmly for the students who readily sought his counsel and encouragement. His carefully prepared chapel meditations live on in the memories of students and faculty. He always remained a student and retired from Calvin in l985.
Pekelder was preceded in death by his wife, Jane, who passed away in 2007. He is survived by his children, Anne and Michael Bruinooge, Ben and Pam Pekelder, Mary and Tom Hoeksema, Jane and Daniel Ward, and Ruth Pekelder and Rick Huizinga; 20 grandchildren; and 30 great-grandchildren. 
Pekelder, Bernard (I68594)
5874 Name: Michal Walsh
Date of Registration: 1867
Registration district: Clonmel
Birth Country: Ireland
Volume: 14
Page: 683
FHL Film Number: 101044

Clonmel, Tipperary, Ireland 
Walsh, Michael Edward (I68933)
5875 New Jersey?  Morrison, Abel (I65175)
5876 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F22908
5877 Or tipperaray? O'Carroll, John (I8029)
5878 or Wilkes Family F6479
5879 parents possibly Athanasius Carrington b 5 Jan 1707 Fowlmere, Cambrideshire England and Mary Wallis Carrington, Timothy (I18633)
5880 Possibility this is Catherine Lowry b 31 Jul 1831 Ossory, Agahaboe, Laois, Ireland, daughter of John Lowry and Mary Lawler.
There is a Catharine Lowry in the 1850 census at Philadelphia Dock Ward, Philadelphia, PA in the household of Phineas A Hart  
Lowry, Catherine (I7743)
5881 Possibly him in 1850 Providence, Luzerne PA

Also saw this, no idea if any connection

Galway -
Of Peter McCOOK, parish of Kilbeacounty, near Gort, county Galway, who came
to this country 10 or 12 years ago; when last heard from he was in Virginia.
Information received by his brother Patrick,Milton, Mass. 
McCook, Peter G (I7735)
5882 Possibly Louis Henri Bossiere
b 18 May 1814
Temple Bretagne, loire-Inferieure 
Bosier, Henry (I67231)
5883 See "Duretia Dean" marrying Harris Ryan 24 July 1828 Blount Co AL  ??, Surelia (I13776)
5884 SS info and alternate birth date
Name: Helen Dorren Fidler
[Helen Friedel]
[Helen Corrello]
[Helen Ritchie]
[Helen Wells]
Gender: Female
Race: White
Birth Date: 20 Oct 1928
Birth Place: Louisville J, Kentucky
[Louisville, Kentucky]
Death Date: 9 Jan 2005
Father: Fred Fidler

Mother: Helen King

SSN: 278266478
Notes: Jul 1946: Name listed as HELEN DORREN FIDLER; Sep 1958: Name listed as HELEN FRIEDEL; Sep 1959: Name listed as HELEN DOR CORRELLO; Jul 1964: Name listed as HELEN RITCHIE; Feb 1965: Name listed as HELEN DOR RITCHIE; Jan 1973: Name listed as HELEN DOR WELLS
Fidler, Helen Lorraine (I70282)
5885 Suzanne Redd Hinrichs

1929 - 2015 Obituary Condolences

Suzanne Redd Hinrichs Obituary
Suzanne Redd Suzy' Hinrichs June 11, 1929 - November 7, 2015 ESCONDIDO Suzanne Redd Hinrichs died in her sleep on November 7, 2015. She was born in Glendale, CA on June 11, 1929. Suzy married Jack Hinrichs on July 11, 1948 and moved to Escondido, CA. Besides raising three children, Suzy expressed her creativity and artistic talent in many ways: painting, interior decorating, cultivating tropical plants, etc. She loved travel and adventure, and was an avid genealogist in the Escondido Genealogical Society for thirty-seven years. She was a partner in a business called Ramblin' Rose, dealing in antiques from around the world. Suzy's life revolved around her children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren. She was happiest when she had her family around her, and especially if she were holding a tiny baby. She had a gift for making you feel loved and welcome.Suzy was preceded in death by her husband, Jack; son-in-law, Tom Reid; and granddaughter, Gemma Cunningham. She is survived by her children: Jim (Diane) Hinrichs, Sherry Reid, and John (April) Hinrichs; her grandchildren: Andrew Reid, Benjamin (April) Reid, Laura-Lee (Eric) Doll, Autumn (Mark) Cunningham, Juliana Hinrichs, and Kathryn Hinrichs; and great-grandchildren: Reilly Reid, Cora Cunningham, Ellery Doll, Cian Reid, Clara Cunningham, and Ailyn Doll.There will be a viewing at McLeod Mortuary in Escondido on Friday, November 20 from 10:30 a.m. - 2 p.m. followed by a graveside service at 2:30 p.m. at Oak Hill Cemetery, Escondido, CA. In lieu of flowers, please consider donating to: ESCONDIDO GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY, INC., P. O. Box 2190, Escondido, CA. 92033-2190
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Redd, Suzanne (I69053)
5886 There is a 1880 census with
Frank McCune 26 b 1854 IN IN IN painter
Josephine McCune 21 b 1859 TN TN TN
Orville R McCune 1 b 1879 Indiana

Also 1900 Jeffersonville, Clark, IN
James Gibson
Josephine R Gibson
Orville R McCune
Family F23704
5887 There is a Conrad Hesse who arrived in the US on 28 Oct 1852 from Bremen, Germany on the ship Columbia, age 24, born c 1828 Family F22345
married by James Mitchell April 27, 1797 
Family F381
5889 Thomas Nolan, after whom this settlement was named, was a farmer democrat residing on section one in Graham township of Johnson county. He was born in Tipperary county, Ireland in 1828, and came to America in 1835. Landing in New York and living there 5 years, he finally settled in Graham township.

It was Father William Edmonds, pioneer priest of St. Mary?s of Iowa City, who first made the arduous trip in a bobsled, or wagon, once a month to say mass in the log cabins of the settlers before 1860. He is remembered for having named the parish. Father Edmonds hailed Mr. Nolan, who dwelt in the woods, heedless of his religion, and reprimanded him for not practicing his faith. To coax him, Father Edmonds said, ?Now, Mr. Nolan, if you help with the other 4 families to erect a little church for the honor of God, we shall name the place of settlement, Nolan Settlement.? Thus, Mr. Nolan, Horty, Leonard, Peters, Mahoney, Wall and Sullivan formed or rather constituted the primary makeup of St. Bridget?s parish, Nolan Settlement in 1859.

Forty acres was then purchased for $250, and in 1863 the first frame structure was erected in what is now the cemetery. Although it was but 20 
McCook, Peter G (I7735)
5890 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Flatt, Travis Duell (I31314)
5891 Was here name actually Welsh or Walsh?  Walsh, Roseanna (I8041)
5892 William "Bill" Carl Kuehne Age 88, died peacefully Fri, Apr 24 2009 after a courageous battle with cancer. Born in Los Angeles in 1921 to William and Jessie Kuehne, Bill grew up in Madera on a small farm. He began school in a one-room schoolhouse and then, after skipping two grades, entered UCLA at age 16, where he went on to become men's student body president and captain of both the swim and water polo teams, and to win the Gimbel Award, an honor given in recognition of athletic achievement and attitude. He also co-founded UCLA's first co-op housing, which still exists today. After graduating, Bill worked for Lockheed and Douglas, first in Los Angeles, then in Africa and Ireland during World War ll. He then joined the Navy and was stationed at Treasure Island as a radar instructor. In 1945 he married Anona Stoetzl. After the war, they settled in Oakland and Bill joined Merrill Lynch, first as a broker and then as manager of the San Francisco office's Institutional Department. After 30 years at Merrill, he co-founded an investment advising firm that ultimately became SF Sentry - and worked there until retiring in 2007 at age 85. Bill Kuehne was a mentor to many in the financial world. Those who knew him describe him as a gentleman, and as someone who had a keen interest in others and who maintained strong friendships with people he met at all stages of his life. During this time he began working with various Pueblos and other entities in the Santa Fe area, an association which he greatly enjoyed. He served on numerous boards and was an active member of many financial clubs in the city, where he excelled at dominoes. His greatest joy was his family, with whom he skied, body-surfed, back-packed, danced, played games of all kinds, and traveled extensively. After his extended family, he took special pride in his garden. The same grace and spirit that earned Bill the Gimbel Award at UCLA was with him throughout life, and his friends, colleagues, and family all got to be on the receiving end, and will miss him. He leaves his wife of 64 years, Anona Elizabeth Kuehne; his children, Bruce and Donna Kuehne, Linda Palmer, Brian and Mary Grace Kuehne, Laurie and McKenzie Williams; 10 grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; two nephews; his half-brother and his wife, Rod and Barbara Kuehne; and a Swedish exchange student who was like another son, Anders Tilligard. Family and friends are invited to attend Memorial Services at 2:30 PM, Friday, May 1st, 2009, at the Chapel of the Chimes, 4499 Piedmont Avenue, Oakland. In lieu of flowers, pleased consider a contribution to the charity of your choice.
Published in San Francisco Chronicle on Apr. 29, 2009 - See more at: 
Kuehne, William Carl (I68395)
5893 Woodbridge is on the eastern side of NJ.
See Travis Flatt's book p 2
Granted land in Luzerne Co, PA
He supposedly built the Quaker Church at Penndale.

c 1777-1778-
Andrew Flatt a sergeant in Capt Hepburn's militia- dated August 9, 1778

1790 Northumberland Co PA
Andrew 1-1-4 - names around here- William Clarke, Benjamin Warner 1 male over 16 1 male under 16, 4 females

The Sullivan Review
May 24, 1888
By Ulysses Bird
At the time the first settlements were made in this part of the country, it was a part of Northumberland but Lycoming was struck off soon after, viz: in 1796. Elkland Township then included what is now Fox, Hillsgrove, Plunkett Creek and Cascade Townships. Forks was then a part of Shrewsbury.

The first settler in what in now Sullivan County was Daniel Ogdon who moved to Hillsgrove on the loyal Sock soon after the close of the Revolutionary War and commenced improvements on the place now owned by Richard Biddle and built a small gristmill there. It has been learned from a reliable source that Ogdon was a Tory and no doubt settled here in the wilderness to escape persecution, if not death, from his more patriotic countrymen.
His most bitter enemy was a man name Flatt living near Muncy, then known as Pennsburg. On two occasions, Flatt came over the mountain on purpose to shoot Ogdon, but did not find him at home, Ogdon did not remain a great while at Hillsgrove but was there when the settlements were begun in Forks and Elkland. He seemed to be greatly displeased when settlers began to come in and said the neighbors were too close for him, so he sold his land to John Hill and moved up the west branch of the Susquehanna where some of his descendants still reside.

***More on Daniel Ogdon. He was according to a pioneer settler from Cherry Valley, New York. Wife Eleanor Scoutan in 1810 Clearfield Co PA census.
Daniel Ogden, prior to his coming to this locality, was a resident of Cherry Valley, New York State. During the war that place was the scene of a massacre almost equal to Wyoming. All his property was destroyed, and one of his sons, David, was killed by the Indians. His wife, with the remaining children, were compelled to flee to the woods for safety, and remained there during the entire night. In the year I797 Mr. Ogden, with three of his sons, came to this place, ascending the West Branch in canoes. In this work they met with great difficulty. The channel in places was narrow and filled with rocks, rifts, and water-soaked trees, and they were obliged frequently to unload and drag their empty canoes over these places, which hindered their progress considerably. They passed above the old Indian town, and made a landing on the site now occupied by Matthew S. Ogden, about half a mile south of Clearfield court-house. There was but one break in the vast wilderness, the far-famed clear fields near the site of the Indian village of Chincleclamoose. These fields bore evidence of recent cultivation upon the arrival of the pioneer. After having made a clearing and erected a log house, which was done with some assistance rendered by the few Indians then here, Mr. Ogden returned to Cherry Valley and brought his family here. Of his eight children, none were born here. They were Abner, Jonathan, David, who was captured and slain by the Indians at Cherry Valley; Daniel, jr., Joab, Jehu, Matthew, and Margaret?.

Daniel Ogden, the father, was a strong, muscular man, a great hunter, and quite fond of joking. There was no grist-mill nearer than Lock Haven, and when meal was low, he used an old jointer-plane turned bottom up, and by drawing an ear of corn along the surface, managed to manufacture a sufficient quantity of meal to supply the family demand. His son, Matthew, being of an ingenious turn of mind, built a grist-mill in 1804 on Chincleclamoose Creek. The greatest novelty, in construction, that ever was erected in the country, was Mat. Ogden's mill. There was but one piece of iron in the whole structure, a spike used for a spindle. The bolter was made of capcloth, and geared to the water-wheel with a strap, but notwithstanding its rude construction, the mill supplied the grist for the neighborhood for some time, and until Robert Maxwell built the second mill on Anderson Creek some years later. Matthew Ogden married Elizabeth Bloom, daughter of William Bloom, in the year 1802. This was the first marriage ceremony performed in the county. "Squire" Arthur Bell officiated.

Daniel Ogden died in I819, at the advanced age of eighty-four years. His wife died in 1835, aged ninety-eight years. Several of the children returned to New York State. Daniel, jr., moved over to the Allegheny River. Joab went West, but returned and settled near James Woodside, in Brady township in 1804, and was the second white settler in that locality. He died there.1365

Daniel Ogden was the first settler in Sulivan County. He located Hillsgrove on a survey made on a warrant in the name of "William Clair." "He is supposed to have settled here about the close of the Revolutionary War, and tradition says he was a Tory?, and certain parties sought to take his life while at Hillsgrove.

He did not remain here a great while, but left soon after the Birds, Warrens and Molyneux's settled at the forks of the Loyalsock Creek, in 1794. Ogden said neighbors were getting too near, so he left and moved up the West Branch Valley. He, however, built a small grist mill,* which was the first in the County."?The Historical Journal. McGinness. Vol. II, pp. 205.

In an editorial note in The Historical Journal, Vol II., pp. 205, it is stated that "After leaving Lycoming County in 1797, Ogden and three of his sons ascended the West Branch in canoes to a point just below (above) the present town of Clearfield, where they settled. He soon afterwards returned to Cherry Valley, New York, and brought out his family. He is claimed to have been the first settler in Clearfield County, and many of his descendants still live there."52

Daniel Ogden located on the farm lately occupied by Matthew S. Ogden [in 1904], on South Second Street, Clearfield Borough. Cherry Valley was the scene of a massacre "during which all of Ogden's property was destroyed and his son David killed by the Indians.52 
Flatt, Andrew (I11424)

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