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Descendants of Felix LaPlante dit Labourier

Generation No. 1

1. FELIX LAPLANTE DIT5 LABOURIER (FELIX LAPLANTE DIT4 LABOURLIERE, JOSEPH LAPLANTE DIT3, JEAN BAPTISTE LAPLANTE DIT2, JACQUES LAPLANTE DIT1 DELABOURLIER) was born September 01, 1788 in Kamouraska, Quebec, Canada, and died August 06, 1867 in Pointe aux Roches, Beekmantown, Clinton County, NY. He married MARIE LOUISE RICHER DIT LAFLECHE January 11, 1813 in Ste. Hyacinthe, Quebec, Canada - Notre Dame du Rosaire, daughter of FRANCOIS LAFLECHE and MARIE LEDOUX. She was born October 22, 1792 in Contrecoeur, Quebec, Canada, and died September 24, 1853 in Pointe aux Roches Beekmantown, Clinton County, NY.

More About FELIX LAPLANTE DIT LABOURIER:

Burial: August 08, 1867, Coopersville, Clinton County, NY - St. Joseph

More About MARIE LOUISE RICHER DIT LAFLECHE:

Burial: September 26, 1853, Coopersville, Clinton County, NY - St. Joseph

Children of FELIX LABOURIER and MARIE LAFLECHE are:

i. MARIE LOUISE6 LAPLANTE, b. December 01, 1813, Ste. Hyancinthe, Quebec, Canada.

2. ii. JUDITH (JULIE) LAPLANTE, b. June 08, 1815, Ste. Hyacinthe, Quebec, Canada; d. October 17, 1888, Antioch, Lake County, Illinois.

3. iii. FELIX LAPLANTE, b. November 23, 1816, Ste. Hyacinthe, Notre Dame, Quebec, Canada; d. February 27, 1894, Antioch, Lake County, Illinois.

4. iv. PETER (PIERRE) LAPLANTE, b. June 29, 1818, Ste. Hyacinthe, Quebec, Canada.

v. MARIE CATHERINE LAPLANTE, b. October 12, 1819, Ste. Hyacinthe, Quebec, Canada.

5. vi. JACOB LAPLANTE, b. January 09, 1822, Ste. Hyacinthe, Quebec, Canada.

6. vii. CHARLES LAPLANTE, b. Abt. 1824.

7. viii. JULIE LAPLANTE, b. Bet. 1830 - 1832; d. January 18, 1886, Redford, Clinton County, New York.

 

Generation No. 2

2. JUDITH (JULIE)6 LAPLANTE (FELIX LAPLANTE DIT5 LABOURIER, FELIX LAPLANTE DIT4 LABOURLIERE, JOSEPH LAPLANTE DIT3, JEAN BAPTISTE LAPLANTE DIT2, JACQUES LAPLANTE DIT1 DELABOURLIER) was born June 08, 1815 in Ste. Hyacinthe, Quebec, Canada, and died October 17, 1888 in Antioch, Lake County, Illinois. She married MICHEAL SAVAGE March 02, 1834 in Clinton County, New York, son of THOMAS SAVAGE and MARGUERITE RICHELIEU. He was born September 25, 1806 in Plattsburgh, Clinton County, New York, and died January 13, 1895 in Antioch, Lake County, Illinois. Michael and Judith are buried in the Home Oaks Cemetery in Lake Villa, Illinois (Grass Lake Rd / Deep Lake Rd.)

Notes for MICHEAL SAVAGE:

Michael Savage, is one of the oldest residents of Lake County, He now makes his home on section 21, Antioch Township, near Loon Lake. He was born in Plattsburgh, Clinton County, N.Y, September 26, 1806 and is the son of Thomas Savage, who served in the Revolutionary War. He was a native of France and there bore the name of Gardner, but on coming over to this country with LaFayette to aid the colonies in attaining their freedom, changed his name to Savage that he might return to France under the name of Gardner. After the war was brought to successful termination he settled in Plattsburgh, N.Y., where he worked as a ship carpenter. At the time the British came marching over the hill towards Plattsburgh, he old martial spirit was aroused on seeing the red coats and grabbing up his musket he took part in the battle although he was not an enlisted soldier. He and his wife both died in Plattsburgh, the former when (Michael) was about seven years of age and his wife some five years later. In their family were twelve children, of whom only two are now living - Michael and George, who reside near Antioch.

Michael spent his boyhood days in Plattsburgh and at the early age of thirteen years began life for himself. From that time forward he was dependent upon his own resources and whatever success he has attained is due to his own efforts. He engaged in farming and also in lumbering during his residence in New York. In the town of Beekman, eight miles from Plattsburgh, he was united in marriage with Miss Judie La Plant, a native of Canada; the marriage taking place on the 2nd of March, 1830. After that Mr. Savage worked by the day, month or year until the fall of 1854 when he resolved to seek a home in the West and acting upon this determination settled in Antioch Township, Lake County, where he carried on farming for a number of years. Having now attained an advanced age he is living with his son Lewis, on a farm near Loon Lake.

Mrs. Michael Savage died on the 17th of October 1888. They were parents of the following children: Joseph, who served in the Ninety-sixth Illinois Infantry about three years, spending over 17 months in Andersonville Libby and other prisons; Harriet, wife of Lewis Paddock; Ezekiel; Jeremiah; Jacob, a farmer of Antioch Township, & Lewis.

Mr. Savage was in early life a Whig in political sentiment and on the dissolution of that party became a Republican. He belongs to the Catholic Church, as did also his wife. He has been a hard-working man, has lead a busy and useful life and is now enjoying a well-earned rest. He has attained to his eighty-fifth year but many his juniors do not appear younger then he. As a citizen Mr. Savage has been true to every duty and has won the confidence and high regards of a large circle of friends and acquaintances.

The above excerpt was taken from the Portrait and Biographical Album of Lake County, Illinois. Page 732, published in 1891.

 

Children of JUDITH LAPLANTE and MICHEAL SAVAGE are:

8. i. JOSEPH7 SAVAGE, b. August 22, 1836, Clinton County, New York; d. May 28, 1926, Antioch, Lake County, Illinois.

9. ii. MARY HARRIETT SAVAGE, b. October 18, 1838, Clinton County, New York; d. March 24, 1895, Antioch, Lake County, Illinois.

iii. EZEKIEL SAVAGE, b. Bef. 1843; d. February 08, 1864, New Orleans.

10. iv. JEREMIAH SAVAGE, b. April 18, 1843, Plattsburgh, Clinton County, New York; d. January 30, 1907, Port Isabelle, Texas.

11. v. JACOB SAVAGE, b. July 01, 1845, or 1844 in Plattsburgh, Clinton County, New York; d. January 27, 1923, Antioch, Lake County, Illinois.

12. vi. LEWIS SAVAGE, b. August 30, 1846, Clinton County, New York; d. April 08, 1926, Antioch, Lake County, Illinois.

vii. GEORGE SAVAGE, b. May 06, 1850; d. May 12, 1866, and is buried in the Home Oaks Cemetery in Lake Villa, Illinois

viii. WILLIE SAVAGE, b. Abt. 1857; d. November 20, 1866, and is buried in the Home Oaks Cemetery in Lake Villa, Illinois

 

3. FELIX6 LAPLANTE (FELIX LAPLANTE DIT5 LABOURIER, FELIX LAPLANTE DIT4 LABOURLIERE, JOSEPH LAPLANTE DIT3, JEAN BAPTISTE LAPLANTE DIT2, JACQUES LAPLANTE DIT1 DELABOURLIER) was born November 23, 1816 in Ste. Hyacinthe, Notre Dame, Quebec, Canada, and died February 27, 1894 in Antioch, Lake County, Illinois, and is buried in the Hillside Cemetery in Antioch, Lake County, Illinois He married ANGELIQUE PATRY October 06, 1845 in Coopersville, New York - St. Joseph's de Corbeau, daughter of FABIEN PATRY and AGNES (GAGNIER). She was born Bet. 1818 - 1828 in Ste. Hyacinthe, Notre Dame, Quebec, Canada. She died Abt. 1873 in North Adams, Berkshire, Massachusetts.

Children of FELIX LAPLANTE and ANGELIQUE PATRY are:

13. i. JULIUS FABIEN7 LAPLANT, b. August 10, 1846, Clinton County, New York.

14. ii. SOPHIA LAPLANT, b. December 27, 1847, Clinton County, New York.

15. iii. LAURA A. (ZORY) LAPLANT, b. March 05, 1849.

iv. MARIE LAPLANT, b. March 10, 1851, Champlain, Clinton County, New York, and was baptized on April 22, 1851 in Coopersville, Clinton County, New York at the St. Joseph Catholic Church ; d. November 01, 1869, South Adams, Massachusetts.

v. DAVID C. LAPLANT, b. January 14, 1853, Clinton, New York; d. December 28, 1903, Rhinelander, Oneida County, Wisconsin.

16. vi. LOUIS SOLOMON LAPLANT, b. November 04, 1854, Champlain, Clinton County, New York; d. May 25, 1949, Antioch, Lake County, Illinois.

vii. ELISABETH LAPLANT, b. July 03, 1856, Clinton County, New York, and was baptized on July 13, 1856 in Coopersville, Clinton County, New York at the St. Joseph Catholic Church

viii. FELIX ADOLPHE LAPLANT, b. March 25, 1858; m. ROSE BORDEAUX; b. Abt. 1862, Clinton County, New York.

ix. JACOB LAPLANT, b. June 30, 1859, and was baptized on July 4, 1859 in Coopersville, Clinton County, New York at the St. Joseph Catholic Church.

17. x. DELIA MARIE LAPLANT, b. May 25, 1861, Clinton County, New York; d. August 08, 1944, Antioch, Lake County, Illinois.

18. xi. AGNES LAPLANT, b. October 03, 1863, Clinton County, New York.

19. xii. SARAH LAPLANT, b. November 09, 1866, Champlain, Clinton, New York; d. October 1933, Dell Rapids, Minehaha County, South Dakota.

4. PETER (PIERRE)6 LAPLANTE (FELIX LAPLANTE DIT5 LABOURIER, FELIX LAPLANTE DIT4 LABOURLIERE, JOSEPH LAPLANTE DIT3, JEAN BAPTISTE LAPLANTE DIT2, JACQUES LAPLANTE DIT1 DELABOURLIER) was born June 29, 1818 in Ste. Hyacinthe, Quebec, Canada. He married MARIE MERCIER October 29, 1843 in Ste. Hyacinthe, Quebec, Canada - Notre Dame du Rosaire. She was born Abt. 1827.

Children of PETER LAPLANTE and MARIE MERCIER are:

i. FELIX7 LAPLANTE, b. February 10, 1845, Beekmantown, Point aux Roche, Clinton County, New York.

Baptism: February 10, 1845, Coopersville, Clinton County, New York - St. Joseph'sGodparents: Felix Laplante and Marie Richer

ii. CHARLES LAPLANTE, b. September 26, 1846.

Baptism: September 26, 1846, Coopersville, Clinton County, New York - St. Joseph's

iii. MARIE PAMELA LAPLANTE, b. April 09, 1848.

Baptism: June 12, 1848, Coopersville, Clinton County, New York - St. Joseph's

iv. WILLIAM LAPLANTE, b. May 21, 1850.

Baptism: June 09, 1850, Coopersville, Clinton County, New York - St. Joseph's

v. HONORE LAPLANTE, b. July 19, 1852.

Baptism: July 20, 1852, Coopersville, Clinton County, New York - St. Joseph's

5. JACOB6 LAPLANTE (FELIX LAPLANTE DIT5 LABOURIER, FELIX LAPLANTE DIT4 LABOURLIERE, JOSEPH LAPLANTE DIT3, JEAN BAPTISTE LAPLANTE DIT2, JACQUES LAPLANTE DIT1 DELABOURLIER) was born January 09, 1822 in Ste. Hyacinthe, Quebec, Canada. He married POLLY GREGOIRE.

Children of JACOB LAPLANTE and POLLY GREGOIRE are:

i. CHARLES LAPLANTE, b. Abt. 1842; m. MATHEE ETWELL, September 24, 1867, Coopersville, Clinton County, New York - St. Joseph's; b. Abt. 1849.

ii. SOPHIE LAPLANTE, b. May 09, 1846, and was baptized on May 30, 1846, Coopersville, Clinton County, New York - St. Joseph De Corbeau

iii. JACOB LAPLANTE, b. April 23, 1849 and was baptized on April 24, 1849, Coopersville, Clinton County, New York - St. Joseph de Corbeau

iv. ANNE LAPLANTE, b. January 05, 1852, baptized on January 06, 1852 in Coopersville, Clinton County, New York at the St. Joseph Catholic Church

v. LOUIS LAPLANTE, b. July 30, 1854, baptized on July 31, 1854 in Coopersville, Clinton County, New York at the St. Joseph Catholic Church

vi. HONORE LAPLANTE, b. March 29, 1857, baptized on May 10, 1857 in Coopersville, Clinton County, New York at the St. Joseph Catholic Church

vii. JULIE LAPLANTE, b. March 15, 1862, baptized on March 30, 1862 in Plattsburgh, Clinton County,New York at the St. Peter's Catholic Church.

viii. ANGELINE LAPLANTE, b. abt. January 27, 1874, baptised on January 27, 1874 in Plattsburgh, Clinton County, New York at the St. Peter's Catholic Church.  Parents residence is listed as Point aux Roche.

ix. EVELINE LAPLANTEb, abt. January 27, 1874, baptised on January 27, 1874 in Plattsburgh, Clinton County, New York at the St. Peter's Catholic Church.  Parents residence is listed as Point aux Roche.

6. CHARLES6 LAPLANTE (FELIX LAPLANTE DIT5 LABOURIER, FELIX LAPLANTE DIT4 LABOURLIERE, JOSEPH LAPLANTE DIT3, JEAN BAPTISTE LAPLANTE DIT2, JACQUES LAPLANTE DIT1 DELABOURLIER) was born Abt. 1824. He married EUSEBEE AUGER March 06, 1848 in Coopersville, New York - St. Joseph's de Corbeau. She was born Abt. 1828.

Children of CHARLES LAPLANTE and EUSEBEE AUGER are:

i. OLIVIER LAPLANTE, b. December 23, 1848, baptized on February 10, 1849 in Coopersville, Clinton County, New York at the St. Joseph Catholic Church

ii. PRISCILLE LAPLANTE, b. January 20, 1850, and baptized on Feb. 10, 1850 in Coopersville, Clinton County, New York at the St. Joseph Catholic Church

7. JULIE LAPLANTE (FELIX LAPLANTE DIT5 LABOURIER, FELIX LAPLANTE DIT4 LABOURLIERE, JOSEPH LAPLANTE DIT3, JEAN BAPTISTE LAPLANTE DIT2, JACQUES LAPLANTE DIT1 DELABOURLIER) was born Bet. 1830 - 1832, and died January 18, 1886 in Redford, Clinton County, New York. She married JOSEPH BESSETTE DIT BASSETT January 13, 1852 in Coopersville, New York - St. Joseph's de Corbeau, son of JEAN BESSETTE and MARIE DANIEL. He was born May 27, 1827 in Chambly, Quebec, Canada, and died September 07, 1898 in Redford, Clinton County, New York.

(For more information, see Jean and Marie Descendants)


Generation No. 3

8. JOSEPH SAVAGE (JUDITH (JULIE)6 LAPLANTE, FELIX LAPLANTE DIT5 LABOURIER, FELIX LAPLANTE DIT4 LABOURLIERE, JOSEPH LAPLANTE DIT3, JEAN BAPTISTE LAPLANTE DIT2, JACQUES LAPLANTE DIT1 DELABOURLIER) was born August 22, 1836 in Clinton County, New York, and died May 28, 1926 in Antioch, Lake County, Illinois. He married (1) ALVIRA WHAPLES 1858 in Wilmot, Wisconsin. She was born July 23, 1844 in Ohio, and died June 04, 1888. He married (2) ALVENA E. ? Bet. 1889 - 1890.

Notes for JOSEPH SAVAGE:

This article comes from: PORTRAIT AND BIOGRAPHICAL ALBUM OF LAKE COUNTY, ILLINOIS. Pages 713 - 715, published in 1891

Joseph Savage, an honored veteran of the late war, is now engaged in general farming on section 12, West Antioch Township. He also entertains summer boarders, and in the two pursuits has become a well-to-do citizen of the community. The story of his life is as follows: He was born in Clinton County, N.Y., 1836, and is a son of Michael Savage. When about twenty-one years of age, in 1855, he came to Lake County, where he worked as a farm hand for several years. An important event in his life occurred in Wilmot, Wis., his marriage with Miss Alvira Whaples, a native of Ohio, but he left his wife and home, his business and all that bound him to this county and entered the service of his country.

On August 1, 1863, Mr. Savage enlisted in Company C, Ninety-Sixth Illinois Infantry, which was organized in Rockford, and thence was sent to Kentucky. After some skirmishing, the troops proceeded up the Cumberland River, going into Tennessee. The first severe engagement in which he took part with his regiment was at Chickamunga. His brigade was stationed on Mission Ridge, and Company C and one other company were ordered on picket duty for the night, with the command to stay at their post until driven away by the enemy or relieved. During the night our troops retreated and the rebels moved in behind the boys on picket duty. After morning broke Mr. Savage went to the top of Mission Ridge where he could see the rebels in heavy force all around them, and came back and reported. The first thought was to cut through the lines of the enemy, but it was soon seen that would be impossible. Several rebel officers and men came upon the Ridge at different times And were promptly taken prisoners, but the were soon discovered by the main body of the enemy and summoned to surrender but refused. A line of battle eight deep was formed around them and charged their position. The little party repulsed them with loss, but finding it impossible to hold out against a whole rebel army, sent in one of the captive officers with a flag of truce and surrendered. Mr. Savage smashed his gun over a log when his arms were demanded, and threw away the revolver of Lieut. Earl, which that officer had handed to him. He was then ordered by a rebel officer to go and get it, but refused. The prisoners were searched and stripped and were soon on the way to Richmond where they were lodged at the Royster House, which like Libby prison had been a tobacco warehouse. Afterward Mr. Savage was sent to Castle Thunder and drew his rations from Libby prison. The sudden change from full fare to prison fare told heavily on all. From Richmond he was sent to Danville, WA., where he remained until April, 1864, where he was transferred to Andersonville, where he was again stripped. His outfit on entering that prison was a pair of drawers, one shoe, one sock, a part of a blouse and a piece of a shirt for a cap. He also had a knife, one edge of which was a saw, that he carried through all his army and prison experience, and now has it at home in a case with many of the trinkets he made during his captivity. It aided him well in passing away the time, and is highly prized as a relic of those dark days. He was in Andersonville during its crowed period, when thirty thousand men were cooped up. The rations consisted of a little cornmeal and bean soup, and the horrors defy all description. Mr. Savage was next sent to Charleston, where he was guarded on the open ground. The city was bombarded by Federals and shells were continually flying over and around them.

We next find him in a prison pen in Florence, S.C., where he remained during the winter. During that time he worked two weeks on a plan for escape which failed. In addition to the clothing before mentioned he had secured a pair of pants from a dead man and had a shoe upon one foot, and a sock upon the other. He slept out of doors, and in the morning arose to find himself covered with snow. The intense cold caused much suffering among the people. About January, 1865, he was sent to Wilmington, N.C., then to Goldsborough, and then returned to Wilmington, When we again see him in Goldsborough he was a free man, the war having ended. The prisoners were paroled at East River, and had to walk nine miles to meet the Union Army. Mr. Savage started but got lost in the canebrakes and laid out all night in the rain. The next day his comrades, missing him, started back to find him. He heard them call his name but was so weak that he could not answer, and they passed on. A Negro came by and he rattled the canes, which attracted the attention of the fellow who came to him. Mr. Savage whispered to call his comrades, which the Negro did. They came and carried him on a stretcher to the hospital where he raved in delirium for eleven days, tearing off the clothes and not knowing what he did, Here his comrade, William H. Haskin, who had so faithfully stood by him left for the North. Mr. Savage cried and wanted to go too, but the doctor's verdict was "too weak and sick," The vessel was lost that took his comrade North and all perished, so what seemingly was a hardship turned out to the advantage of our subject. When the call was made which took his comrade he also stood up with the others but fell to the floor before he could be counted. Only those well enough to make the trip were to go, and in consequence Mr.. Savage had to remain. He stayed in the hospital until stronger and then went by boat to Annapolis, where he continued in a hospital until March. From that time until April 10 he was in St. Louis, and started to Chicago. On the train he heard of Lee's surrender. His journey had completely sapped his strength, and on reaching his destination he was unable to walk. A wealthy gentleman, performing the act of the good Samaritan, took him in a carriage to a hotel, paid his lodging, etc., had the landlord take him to the train for Waukegan, and did everything possible for his comfort.

In the meantime no news at home had been received from Mr. Savage and his friends and family thought him dead. From Waukegan he went to home in Antioch Township and knocked at the door of the little log cabin. His wife opened the door and fell fainting to the floor. He dropped into a chair unable to put forth another effort. The joy of this meeting can be better imagined than described. For seventeen and a half months Mr. Savage had lain in prison. All summer long he could do nothing but sit at home in a chair, and is yet unable to do a full day's work, his health having been permanently impaired by his prison experiences. Of the twenty-seven of the regiment who were captured with him only seven came out of prison alive, and of these there are but two survivors to-day.

Since returning from the war Mr. Savage has made his home on section 12, Antioch Township, were he owns a good farm of eighty acres. For the past ten years he has kept summer boarders, The children of the family are: Della, now deceased; Ida widow of Edmund Davis; Orilla, wife of Harmon Garwood, Lewis, Clarence, Carrie, Eugene, Laura, Pearl and Joseph. Mr. Savage is a member of the Grand Army Post of Burlington, and since 1860 has been a supporter of the Republican part. He has helped to make the county what it is to-day, having ever taken a commendable interest in its upbuilding, and done all in his power for the promotion of the general welfare. He is as true to every duty and trust as he was to his country in her hours of peril. His army record, for suffering and hardships, can hardly be surpassed, but he does not regret the pain he bore to restore peace to his native land. ****

Children of JOSEPH SAVAGE and ALVIRA WHAPLES are:

i. DELLA SAVAGE, b. October 26, 1860; m. EDMUND DAVIS.

ii. IDA SAVAGE, b. May 05, 1862; m. (1) HOFFMAN; m. (2) EMMET BYARS (DAVIS?), 1909.

iii. ELLA SAVAGE, b. August 12, 1866.

25. iv. ORILIA SAVAGE, b. August 09, 1867, Antioch, Lake County, Illinois; d. April 04, 1934, Channel Lake, Illinois.

v. LEWIS SAVAGE, b. July 18, 1869; d. 1938; m. MINNIE WEBB, August 11, 1893, Lake County, Illinois; b. 1871; d. 1949. Lewis and Minnie are buried in the Hillside Cemetery in Antioch.

Notes for LEWIS SAVAGE:

from a loose clipping, source unknown 7 September 1893

HYMENEAL.

On Thursday, Sept. 7, 1893, occurred the marriage of Mr. Lewis Savage to Miss Minnie Webb, at the residence of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Webb, of Hickory, the Rev. Sturges officiating. Two o'clock in the afternoon was the hour appointed for the ceremony, but long before that time the numerous guests from all parts of the township had arrived, bringing with them many beautiful presents as tokens of their esteem for the young couple. Promptly at the appointed hour the members of the bridal party took their places in the east parlor, Mr. Clarence Webb, brother of the bride, acting as groom's man and Miss Crawford as bride's maid. Low and reverently the pastor pronounced the solemn and impressive marriage rites of the Methodist church, and with hands clasped in the presence of God, His humble minister of the gospel and the assembled relatives and friends, the happy couple became man and wife. After hearty congratulations from all present the newly wedded couple led the way to the dining room, where were tables burdened to their utmost with delicious viands. That all did justice to the bounteous repast it is needless to say. A list of those who were present is as follows: Mr. and Mrs. H. Garwood, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Paddock and daughter Bessie, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Savage, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Paddock, Mr. and

Mrs. Jacob Savage, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Savage, Mr. and Mrs. Will Smart, Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Frazier, Mr. and Mrs. John Crawford and family, Mr. and Mrs. James McGuire and family, Mr. Eugene Savage and sister Laura, Mesdames Lydia Webb, Lucy Frazier, Nancy Talyor and daughter Alda, Mr. Michael Savage, Messrs. Austin, Morton and Lee Savage and A. F. Burke. The presents received were numerous and useful. The list is as follows: Plush covered rocker., Mr.

Michael Savage, Large rocker, Mrs. Nancy and Miss Alda Taylor, rocking chair, Lydia Webb, rocker and cane seated chair, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Savage, center table, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Savage, table spread, Mr. and Mrs. H. Garwood, silver butter dish, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Hoffman, of Chicago, five dollar gold piece, Mrs. Lucy Frazier, towels and napkins, Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Frazier, glass set of four pieces, Miss Nellie McGuire, decorated chamber set, Mr. and Mrs. John

Crawford, linen towels, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Savage, two feather pillows, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Paddock and daughter Bessie, linen table cloth and napkins, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Paddock, bed spread, Mr. and Mrs. James McGuire, fancy dish, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wells, loaf sugar bowl, Miss Maggie McGuire, glass cake dish, Austin Savage, chamber set and table cloth, Mr. and Mrs. James Webb, picture throw, Miss Carrie Savage, of Saunemin, Ill., bible stand, Mr. and Mrs. Will Smart, pair baby's shoes, Baby Garwood, cane rocker, A. F. Burke, hat rack, J. C. James, Jr. After a pleasant afternoon and evening spent together the numerous guests departed, wishing the young couple all the blessings of a happy wedded life. Mr. and Mrs. Savage started for Chicago Friday, where they will spend the honeymoon, after which they expect to go to house-keeping in this village. In behalf of the NEWS we wish them a long and prosperous life together. May their share of happiness be ever as complete as now.

- A guest.

 

vi. WILLIAM CLARENCE SAVAGE, b. September 12, 1871; d. January 07, 1872, Antioch, Lake County, Illinois, and is buried in the Hickory Cemetery in Antioch, Lake County, Illinois

vii. CARRIE SAVAGE, b. July 10, 1873; m. E. CLEARY.

viii. EUGENE SAVAGE, b. July 18, 1876; d. 1940; m. NELLIE M. MADOLE, October 24, 1899, Lake County, Illinois.

Notes for NELLIE M. MADOLE:

News paper dated May 17, 1900:
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Sav-
age, nee Nellie Elmer, Sunday May
13, a ten-pound baby girl.

ix. EMARY SAVAGE, b. May 18, 1878, Antioch, Lake County, Illinois; d. March 1880, Antioch, Lake County, Illinois.

Notes for EMARY SAVAGE:

He was almost 2 years old when he died in March with the croup.
*Taken from the Mortality schedule of Lake Co. ILL. in 1880

x. LAURA SAVAGE, b. April 17, 1880; m. STANLEY GRAHAM, May 29, 1910, Chicago, Illinois - St. Peter's Parsonage.

xi. PEARL SAVAGE, b. April 03, 1882.

Child of JOSEPH SAVAGE and ALVENA ? is:

xii. JOSEPH SAVAGE, b. August 1890.

9. MARY HARRIETT SAVAGE (JUDITH (JULIE)6 LAPLANTE, FELIX LAPLANTE DIT5 LABOURIER, FELIX LAPLANTE DIT4 LABOURLIERE, JOSEPH LAPLANTE DIT3, JEAN BAPTISTE LAPLANTE DIT2, JACQUES LAPLANTE DIT1 DELABOURLIER) was born October 18, 1838 in Clinton County, New York, and died March 24, 1895 in Antioch, Lake County, Illinois. She married LEWIS A. PADDOCK May 05, 1861 in Avon Township, Illinois, son of AARON PADDOCK and SUSAN NORTON. He was born May 14, 1838 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and died January 14, 1927 in Antioch, Lake County, Illinois. Lewis and Harriett are buried in the Hillside Cemetery in Antioch, Lake County, Illinois.

Notes for MARY HARRIETT SAVAGE:

from a loose clipping, source unknown 24 March 1895

Obituary.

Died, at her home in Grass Lake, Sunday, March 24, 1895, Harriet M., wife of L. A. Paddock, aged 56 years, and 5 months. Harriet M. Savage was born in Clinton County, New York, October 18, 1838, and in company with her parents removed to Antioch, Lake County, Illinois, in 1854. Married Lewis A. Paddock,

May 5, 1861. Five children were born of this union; Eugene, who died March 23, 1863, Ella, wife of H. Delaney, of Evanston; Nettie, wife of Theodore Frazier, of Hickory, Ill., Irving and Bessie who are both at home., the former being married and conducting the farm and summer resort hotel, on Bluff Lake. Mrs. Paddock was a kind and loving wife and mother, beloved and respected by all who knew her and in her death a large number of relatives and friends are left to mourn her loss, to all of whom THE NEWS extends sincere sympathy in their hour of sorrow.

Notes for LEWIS A. PADDOCK:

Farmer
Republican
Served two terms as School Trustee
Died in the home of his daughter in Chicago after an illness of short duration
Cause of death: General breakdown due to complications of diseases common to old age
Ardent lover of sports such as hunting and fishing.
The first vote he cast was for Abraham Lincoln for President

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PORTRAIT AND BIOGRAPHICAL ALBUM.

Lewis A Paddock, proprietor of the Bluff Lake Summer Resort, which is situated in the midst of one hundred and fifteen acres of land, on section 24, Antioch Township, was born in Milwaukee, Wis, May 14,1838. His paternal grandfather, a native of Nova Scotia, died in Michigan, at the very advanced age of one hundred years. His father, Aaron G. Paddock, was born in Onondaga County, N.Y., in1806 , and remained under the parental roof until he had attained his majority. In the Empire State, in 1812, he married Susan M. Norton, who was also a native of that locality. Her father served in the War of 1812, and subsequently came West, spending his last days in the home of our subject. Having determined to seek a home in Illinois, Mr. Paddock brought his family to Chicago, but was not pleased with the place, and removed to Milwaukee, where he spent four years. He engaged in farming on the site of the present city, and then came to Lake County settling on the same farm where our subject now resides. Not a white man in this county lived west of him at that time. He was the first settler in the community. He entered a half-section of Government land, built a log cabin, and began the development of the farm which continued to be his home until his death in 1877. His excellent wife is still living, and makes her home with Lewis Savage, near Loon Lake. When Mr. Paddock came West, he journeyed from Buffalo on foot, with a rifle upon his back, and reached Chicago before the arrival of his wife came on a sailing vessel by way of the Lakes. Forty-two days had elapsed before she reached her destination. He was a strong Republican in politics, and a faithful type of the honored pioneer, to whom the country owes her present prosperity, In the family were the following children: Eleanora, now deceased; Adelia, wife of John Monroe, of Baraboo, Wis. Asa who resides near Channel Lake, in Antioch Township; Juliette; Lewis, of this sketch; George who served in the Ninety-Sixth Illinois Regiment, and is now living a retired life in Saunemiu , ILL. ; Marshall, who also resides there, served in the Thirty-seventh Illinois Infantry; Albert, who served in the Ninety-sixth Illinois Regiment, and was for some months a prisoner of war, is living in Spencer, Iowa; Helen is the wife of John Rich, of Saunemin, ILL.; Addie is the wife of Lewis Savage, of Loon Lake and Richard makes his home in Chicago.

For more than half a century Lewis Paddock has resided in this county. As he was only two years old at the time of his father's settlement here, he was reared to manhood amid the wild scenes of frontier life, and with the family shared in the usual hardships of pioneer days, His boyhood days were spent upon the farm during the summer month, and in the winter season he attended the district schools, having to walk three miles, but this life was not altogether without its pleasures. From his youth Mr. Paddock has been a great lover of hunting, and in the earlier days had ample opportunity to indulge his taste for the sport. He has killed thousands of ducks, and for twelve years in company with Levi Simons, during the shooting season, hunted and supplied the market with wild game. He realized thereby a handsome profit, as well as gratifying his love for hunting. He also shared in the hard labor of the farm, and before his father's death assumed its management, displaying excellent business ability in its operation.

A wedding ceremony performed in Avon Township, in 1861, united the destinies of Lewis Paddock and Harriet Savage, who was born in Clinton County, N.Y., October 18, 1838, and belongs to one of the early established families of this county. Five children graced their union, and with the exception of Eugene, who died when ten months old, the family circle yet remains unbroken. Ella, the oldest, is now the wife of H. Delany , of Chicago, Nettie is the wife of Theodore Frazier; Irving operates the farm; and Bessie, the youngest, is still at home

When Mr. Paddock began life for himself, he had only $100 in wild-cat money, but by his own efforts he has become a substantial farmer. As before stated, he owns one hundred and fifteen acres of land, and for ten years has carried on a beautiful summer resort at Bluff Lake, where he accommodates those who leave the city during the heated summer months. In politics he is independent, supporting the man and not the party. His first Presidential vote was cast for Abraham Lincoln. He is an intelligent and enterprising citizen, public-spirited and progressive, and in the long years in which he has resided in the county has ever encouraged and supported those interests, which are calculated to benefit the community.

Children of MARY SAVAGE and LEWIS PADDOCK are:

i. EUGENE PADDOCK, b. Bef. March 23, 1863; d. March 23, 1863, Antioch, Lake County, Illinois, and is buried in the Hillside Cemetery

ii. ELLA PADDOCK, b. Abt. 1864; m. HENRY DELANEY, August 04, 1887, Lake County, Illinois.

26. iii. NETTIE G. PADDOCK, b. November 1867, or 1866 in Illinois; d. 1955.

27. iv. IRVING LOUIS PADDOCK, b. August 08, 1869, Antioch, Lake County, Illinois; d. January 08, 1945, Chicago, Illinois.

v. BESSIE M. PADDOCK, b. Abt. 1877; m. FRED L. EASTMAN, May 10, 1898, Lake County, Illinois.

10. JEREMIAH7 SAVAGE (JUDITH (JULIE)6 LAPLANTE, FELIX LAPLANTE DIT5 LABOURIER, FELIX LAPLANTE DIT4 LABOURLIERE, JOSEPH LAPLANTE DIT3, JEAN BAPTISTE LAPLANTE DIT2, JACQUES LAPLANTE DIT1 DELABOURLIER) was born April 18, 1843 in Plattsburgh, Clinton County, New York, and died January 30, 1907 in Port Isabelle, Texas. He married (1) ROSELLA LUELLA LEBEAU 1875. She died Bef. 1891. He married (2) CORA KING February 01, 1888 in or 1891 in Grass Lake, Illinois. She was born August 15, 1868 in Kansas, and died January 02, 1911 in Antioch, Lake County, Illinois. Jerry and Cora are buried in the Hillside Cemetery in Antioch, Lake County, Illinois.

Notes for JEREMIAH SAVAGE:

Civil War 1861-1865

This is taken from the PORTRAIT AND BIOGRAPHICAL ALBUM page 733, published in 1891

Jeremiah Savage was only ten years old when he came to Illinois. The first money which he earned was expended for a pair of shoes, He worked three weeks for the sum. Upon the farm he remained until the 1st of August 1862, when he donned the blue and joined Company C, Ninety sixth Illinois Regiment. Soon, however, he was transferred to the Veteran Reserve Corps and did duty in Washington and Alexandria. He stood guard over President Lincoln's body, while it lay in state in the capitol and then marched down to the depot by the side of General Grant. At the close of the war he received his discharge in Washington on the 28th of June 1865 and returned to his home.

Mr. Savage lost his health in the army and since that time has been largely engaged in building boats. He resides near Bluff Lake, having there made his home for a quarter of a century. He has been twice married, having in 1875, wedded Rosa La Bo and on the 1st of February 1888, was joined in wedlock with Cora King, The Savage family have long been identified with the history of this county and well deserve mention among its early settlers.

In the Antioch newspaper of April 3, 1900

Moving seems to be the order of the
day in Antioch this Spring. Among
those who have and are about to move
to various houses around town are the
following: Rev. and Mrs. Aikin to the
Anna Kelly house, ........

Jerry Savage and wife to Grass Lake,
P.P. Ames and wife to the Jerry
Savage house, Sol. La Plant and fam-
ily to his farm house, Herman Rad-
tke and family; to the LaPlant house,
..........M. Devlin and daughter to the
Jos. Savage house......

April 5, 1900 News paper

Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Savage have
moved back to their home at Bluff
Lake for the summer. P.P. Ames
and wife will occupy their residence
here until their own home is built.

From the Methodist Episcopal Church News February 7, 1907

DEATH'S GRIM HARVES

THREE OLD RESIDENTS OF THE COUNTY PASSED AWAY
JERRY SAVAGE

On Saturday morning of last week word was received here of the death of Jerry Savage, which occurred at Isabelle, Texas, where he and his wife had gone with a party of eight, some six weeks ago with the intention of spending the remainder of the winter. The exact cause of his death has not as yet been learned but it is stated that his illness commenced with a large carbuncle on the back of his neck. Mrs. Savage and those with her started for home on Saturday last but have not yet arrived although they are expected this (Wed.) afternoon or Thursday morning.

Mr. Savage was a well known and highly respected resident of the community, his home having been at Grass Lake for many years. He was of a quiet, unassuming disposition, ever ready to give aid to the needy and always willing to assist those in trouble, and he leaves a large number of friends and acquaintances who sincerely mourn his death. He was a member of the M.E. church at this place and was one of its most earnest workers.

Mr. Savage was numbered among the old veterans, having served in the civil war, and receiving an honorable discharge from his duties as a soldier. He leaves to mourn his loss his wife and also one daughter, Mrs. Nettie Mack, who resides at St. Paul, Minn,. besides three brothers and many other relatives. The funeral will be held at the M.E. church here on Friday afternoon at 1:00 o'clock and the remains will be laid at rest in the Antioch Hillside cemetery.

February 14, 1907

OBITUARY

The burial of Jerry Savage in the Antioch cemetery of Friday last was attended by a large gathering of people who braved the drifting snow and keen wind to pay a last tribute and shed a sympathetic tear at the bier of a faithful friend and much loved comrade and neighbor.

To know Jerry was to respect and love him. To be permitted to spend a day with him at his best loved recreations--on the lakes--was to have a day of real enjoyment long to be remembered.

His magnetic personality and simple straightforward honesty made him an attractive and pleasant companion. His steady-going, whole souled friendship was well worth striving for, and once obtained, was steadfast and unchangeable.

To be Jerry's personal friend was a recommendation worth having. Everything done by him was well done, anything left in his charge was well care for and safely delivered as many a city man can testify. He was a busy man with few idle moments but never to busy to do a favor for a friend, in which he took keen pleasure.

His sterling qualities and delightful companionship, together with his well know qualifications as a hunter and guide, made him much sought for by his friends and enabled him to make many pleasant trips to distant states and territories with congenial companions in the pursuit of port and recreation.

It was on one of these trips to the extreme southeastern part of Texas, where the sun ever shines and nature is always in bloom, that the hand of fate laid heavily upon him on the form of a gigantic carbuncle on his shoulder that beat him down and sapped his strength beyond recovery.

Attended by his devoted wife (Cora) and a company of sympathetic friends who did everything for his recovery, he yielded up his life with never a complaint or spark of irritation at the irony of fate, always hopeful and patient, satisfied to accept what was in store for him without a murmur.

Child of JEREMIAH SAVAGE and ROSELLA LEBEAU is:

i. HENRIETTA SAVAGE, b. November 28, 1869; m. ? MACK.

Child of JEREMIAH SAVAGE and CORA KING is:

ii. NETTIE SAVAGE.

11. JACOB SAVAGE (JUDITH (JULIE)6 LAPLANTE, FELIX LAPLANTE DIT5 LABOURIER, FELIX LAPLANTE DIT4 LABOURLIERE, JOSEPH LAPLANTE DIT3, JEAN BAPTISTE LAPLANTE DIT2, JACQUES LAPLANTE DIT1 DELABOURLIER) was born July 01, 1845 in or 1844 in Plattsburgh, Clinton County, New York, and died January 27, 1923 in Antioch, Lake County, Illinois. He married HELEN LOUISE WEBB October 10, 1870 in Hainesville, Illinois, daughter of THOMAS WEBB and MARGARET FINK. She was born November 25, 1840 in Ithica, New York, and died November 25, 1921 in Antioch, Lake County, Illinois. Jacob and Helen are buried in the Hickory Cemetery in Antioch, Lake County, Illinois.

Notes for JACOB SAVAGE:

He was 7 years old when he came with his parents from the old home in 'york state' to Antioch township - 5 miles west of Antioch. The family moved to another farm four miles east of Antioch and some 2-3 years later to what is now known as the Wedge farm about 2 miles south of the village.

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After his wife died, very often tears would stream down his face from bodily pain and heart loneliness for his departed companion, bur no querulous complaint ever escaped his lips, nor any impatient, unkind word or act towards those about him was ever indulged.

A man who believed in work.

In an article from the news paper dated Feb. 2, 1908

 

Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Sanborn of Rocke-
feller visited at the home of the latter's
parent, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Savage, the
latter part of last week.

 

Children of JACOB SAVAGE and HELEN WEBB are:

i. JEANNETTE SAVAGE, b. Abt. 1862; m. (1) ? WELLS; m. (2) GEORGE SANBORN; b. Rockerfeller.

28. ii. AUSTIN THOMAS SAVAGE, b. January 18, 1871; d. May 07, 1947, Antioch, Lake County, Illinois.

iii. MORTIMORE SAVAGE, b. March 06, 1873; d. November 26, 1953, Antioch, Lake County, Illinois; m. LULU SANFORD, December 18, 1894, Lake County, Illinois; b. September 27, 1876; d. December 23, 1895, Antioch, Lake County, Illinois. Mortimore and Lulu are buried in the Hickory Cemetery in Antioch, Lake County, Illinois.

Notes for MORTIMORE SAVAGE:

From the Antioch paper on June 4, 1908

Morton Savage, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Savage of this place is confined to his home with an attach of rheumatism.

29. iv. LEE WEBB SAVAGE, b. April 1878, (from previous marriage??).

12. LEWIS7 SAVAGE (JUDITH (JULIE)6 LAPLANTE, FELIX LAPLANTE DIT5 LABOURIER, FELIX LAPLANTE DIT4 LABOURLIERE, JOSEPH LAPLANTE DIT3, JEAN BAPTISTE LAPLANTE DIT2, JACQUES LAPLANTE DIT1 DELABOURLIER) was born August 30, 1846 in Clinton County, New York, and died April 08, 1926 in Antioch, Lake County, Illinois. He married ADA FLORENCE PADDOCK June 13, 1872, daughter of AARON PADDOCK and SUSAN NORTON. She was born June 13, 1852 in Kankakee, Illinois, and died December 1926 in Antioch, Lake County, Illinois. Lewis and Ada are buried in the Hillside Cemetery in Antioch, Lake County, Illinois

Notes for LEWIS SAVAGE:

Lewis Savage, a farmer residing on section 21, Antioch Township, has made his home in the county during his entire life with the exception of the first five years, and thus he has become a well known citizen of the community, who is also favorably known, He was born in Clinton County, N.Y., in 1847, and is descended from good old Revolutionary stock. His grandfather was one of La Fayette's soldiers who aided the Colonies in their struggle for independence.

As stated our subject came to Illinois when he five years of age. The family journeyed by way of the Lakes and in the hardships and trials of pioneer life which they shared he for his part, His education was acquired in the common schools which he attended during the winter season, while in the summer months he aided his father in the development of the farm, He was only eighteen years of age when he left home and entered his country's service, enlisting in February, 1865 in Company H, One Hundred and Fifth-third Illinois Infantry, He did guard duty at Tullahoma and Memphis, Tenn., and at the latter place was discharged at the close of the war, in September.

Mr. Savage then returned to his home and farm work, and soon afterwards resumed the management of the farm. It comprises one hundred and twenty acres of land and is a well kept tract, highly cultivated and improved with excellent buildings. He was married in 1872, to Miss Ada Paddock*, Daughter of one of the earliest settlers of the county . By there union have been born three children. In his social relations Mr. Savage is a member of Burlington Post, No. 201, G.A.R. and in politics is a Republican, having supported the party since attaining his majority. He manifest an interest in all that pertains to the welfare and upbuilding of the community, and is a worthy and highly respected citizen, accounted one of the enterprising farmers of Antioch Township.

(This come from the PORTRAIT AND BIOGRAPHICAL ALBUM OF LAKE COUNTY, ILL. PAGE 686 Published in 1891)

Lewis at the age of eighteen enlisted in Company II, One Hundred and Fifty - third Illinois Regiment and served about seven months at the close of war, when he returned and has since farmed. He married Ada F. Paddock and has three children, Frank E., Fabien E., and Lulu P.

(From PORTRAIT AND BIOGRAPHICAL ALBUM OF LAKE COUNTY, ILL. PAGE 732

Published in 1891)

*(Ada is the sister to Lewis Paddock, who married Lewis Savage's sister Harriet.)

In the April 4, 1900 Antioch newspaper:

Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Savage are visiting
her brother, L. A. Paddock and his brother
Jerry Savage who just returned to
Grass Lake from his place in Antioch, to
spend the summer at his cottage here.
The many friends of the family are pleased
to welcome them back.

Children of LEWIS SAVAGE and ADA PADDOCK are:

i. FRANK E.8 SAVAGE, b. August 03, 1873; m. EVA KING, November 11, 1903, Antioch, Lake County, Illinois.

Notes for FRANK E. SAVAGE:

From the newspaper of Antioch dated March, 1908

Mr. and Mrs. Lew Felter and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Savage who have been spending the winter at Soldier Creek, Alabama, returned home on Saturday last.

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Marriage Notes for FRANK SAVAGE and EVA KING:

From the pages of the Methodist Episcopal Church news: Nov. 11, 1903

SAVAGE-KING NUPTIALS

On Wed, Nov. 11 at the home of the bride's sister, Mrs. Jerry Savage,occurred the marriage of Miss Eva King to Mr. Frank Savage. The wedding took place a high noon in the presence of about fifty relatives and friends, Rev. E.J. Aikin of Aurora, officiating. After a bountiful wedding feast the bride and groom took the train for Chicago from which place they will go to Saunimanwhere they will spend about six weeks with relatives and friends.

The young couple received many handsome presents, including much silverware. Miss King is a well known and popular young lady of this town and the groom, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Savage, is a young man of excellent qualities who has many friends here who join with the News in wishing the happy couple a long and happy life.

ii. FABIEN E. SAVAGE, b. March 07, 1875; d. May 09, 1900, Antioch, Lake County, Illinois.

Notes for FABIEN E. SAVAGE:

One source shows Fay died in Waukegan buried in Oakwood cemetery, but there is a tombstone at Hillside cemetery in Antioch ILL.

The Antioch News Paper:

May 17, 1900

The funeral of Fay Savage was held at the M. E. Church on Saturday afternoon of last week and was largely attended. The remains, were laid to rest in Oakwood cemetery.

May 24, 1900

Fabien Savage was born March 7, 1875 and died May 9, 1900. He had lived with his parents on the farm until two years ago when he took a business course at Marion University. After receiving his diploma he went as bookkeeper in the real estate office of Case & Paddock where he was up to the time of his death, Fay, as his friends always called him, was respected by all who knew him. He had many friends and no enemies, many virtues and no vises.

iii. TINEY BELL SAVAGE, b. July 13, 1881; d. August 10, 1881, Antioch, Lake County, Illinois, and is buried in the Hillside Cemetery in Antioch.

iv. LULU P. SAVAGE, b. April 28, 1884.

13. JULIUS FABIEN LAPLANT (FELIX6 LAPLANTE, FELIX LAPLANTE DIT5 LABOURIER, FELIX LAPLANTE DIT4 LABOURLIERE, JOSEPH LAPLANTE DIT3, JEAN BAPTISTE LAPLANTE DIT2, JACQUES LAPLANTE DIT1 DELABOURLIER) was born August 10, 1846 in Clinton County, New York, and was baptized on August 19, 1846 in Coopersville, Clinton County, New York at the St. Joseph Catholic Church. He married ROSE LANAUX.

Children of JULIUS LAPLANT and ROSE LANAUX are:

i. ALBERT JOSEPH LAPLANT, b. Abt. 1869, North Adams, Berkshire, Massachusetts; d. June 26, 1919, Bridgewater, Plymouth, Massachusetts.

ii. ARCHIE LAPLANT, b. Abt. 1872, North Adams, Berkshire, Massachusetts.

iii. ANGELINE LAPLANT, b. Abt. 1874, North Adams, Berkshire, Massachusetts.

iv. GEORGE LAPLANT, b. Abt. 1876, North Adams, Berkshire, Massachusetts.

v. SIRCY 'CELIA' LAPLANT, b. Abt. 1880, North Adams, Berkshire, Massachusetts.

vi. WILLIAM LAPLANT, b. Abt. 1882, North Adams, Berkshire, Massachusetts.

vii. PETER LAPLANT, b. Abt. 1884, North Adams, Berkshire, Massachusetts.

viii. CHARLES LAPLANT, b. Abt. 1886, North Adams, Berkshire, Massachusetts.

14. SOPHIA7 LAPLANT (FELIX6 LAPLANTE, FELIX LAPLANTE DIT5 LABOURIER, FELIX LAPLANTE DIT4 LABOURLIERE, JOSEPH LAPLANTE DIT3, JEAN BAPTISTE LAPLANTE DIT2, JACQUES LAPLANTE DIT1 DELABOURLIER) was born December 27, 1847 in Clinton County, New York. She married JULIUS RAGNE December 07, 1869 in Champlain, New York. He was born Abt. 1843 in Clinton County, New York.

 

Children of SOPHIA LAPLANT and JULIUS RAGNE are:

i. JACOB8 RAGNE, b. Abt. 1874, Clinton County, New York.

ii. FELIX RAGNE, b. Abt. 1876, Clinton County, New York.

iii. LOUISE RAGNE, b. Abt. 1878, Clinton County, New York.

iv. ALBERT RAGNE, b. Abt. 1880, Clinton County, New York.

v. ELEANORE RAGNE, b. January 01, 1882.

15. LAURA A. (ZORY)7 LAPLANT (FELIX6 LAPLANTE, FELIX LAPLANTE DIT5 LABOURIER, FELIX LAPLANTE DIT4 LABOURLIERE, JOSEPH LAPLANTE DIT3, JEAN BAPTISTE LAPLANTE DIT2, JACQUES LAPLANTE DIT1 DELABOURLIER) was born March 05, 1849. She married VICTOR BLANCHARD in Springfield, Hampden, Massachusetts. He was born Abt. 1845 in Clinton County, New York.

 

Children of LAURA LAPLANT and VICTOR BLANCHARD are:

i. SARAH BLANCHARD, b. 1880, Springfield, Hampden, Massachusetts; d. 1966.

ii. CELINA BLANCHARD, b. 1883, Springfield, Hampden, Massachusetts.

iii. LOUISE BLANCHARD, b. 1886, Springfield, Hampden, Massachusetts; d. 1920.

16. LOUIS SOLOMON7 LAPLANT (FELIX6 LAPLANTE, FELIX LAPLANTE DIT5 LABOURIER, FELIX LAPLANTE DIT4 LABOURLIERE, JOSEPH LAPLANTE DIT3, JEAN BAPTISTE LAPLANTE DIT2, JACQUES LAPLANTE DIT1 DELABOURLIER) was born November 04, 1854 in Champlain, Clinton County, New York, and baptized on November 05, 1854, Coopersville, Clinton County, New York - St. Joseph Catholic Church. He died May 25, 1949 in Antioch, Lake County, Illinois. He married (1) CALLIE EMMONS November 23, 1886 in Lake County, Illinois, daughter of ROCKWELL EMMONS and SARAH HAM. She was born June 01, 1863 in Champlain, Clinton, New York, and died December 06, 1887 in Antioch, Lake County, Illinois and is buried in the Hillside Cemetery. He married (2) ALMA EDITH SAVAGE April 09, 1890 in Antioch, Lake County, Illinois, daughter of GEORGE SAVAGE and CHAROLETTE ?. She was born April 07, 1868 in Antioch, Lake County, Illinois, and died May 26, 1953 in Antioch, Lake County, Illinois. Solomon and Alma are buried in the Hillside Cemetery in Antioch.

Solomonís occupation: mason

Child of LOUIS LAPLANT and CALLIE EMMONS is:

i. ? LAPLANT, b. Champlain, Clinton, New York.

 

Children of LOUIS LAPLANT and ALMA SAVAGE are:

ii. ? LAPLANT, b. 1891, Antioch, Lake County, Illinois; d. 1891, Antioch, Lake County, Illinois.

30. iii. LINDA R. LAPLANT, b. June 11, 1892, Antioch, Lake County, Illinois; d. November 22, 1989, Antioch, Lake County, Illinois.

iv. BERTHA MAE LAPLANT, b. January 31, 1895, Antioch, Lake County, Illinois; d. December 04, 1971, Antioch, Lake County, Illinois and is buried in the Hillside Cemetery in Antioch; m. BENJAMIN DRURY, December 01, 1921, Waukegan, Illinois; b. April 28, 1890; d. July 20, 1952.

More About BENJAMIN DRURY:

Military service: Ill. Pfc 20 Engrs 3 Engrs Serv Co. WWI

v. MILDRED ANNETTA LAPLANT, b. May 11, 1902, Antioch, Lake County, Illinois; d. April 13, 1998, Antioch, Lake County, Illinois, and is buried in Hillside Cemetery.

Notes for MILDRED ANNETTA LAPLANT:

Member of the Retired Teacher's Association and the Lake Region Historical Society

Education: University of Illinois - Champaign-Urbana

Occupation: 5th grade teacher at Grass Lake Grade School

Religion: United Methodist Church, Antioch, Illinois

vi. HOMER LAPLANT, b. July 04, 1911, Antioch, Lake County, Illinois; d. June 17, 1995, Lindenhurst, Illinois - Victory Lakes Continuing Care Center; m. (1) LUCILLE EMILY KRAL; b. September 01, 1915; d. December 21, 1946; m. (2) FRANCES E. ?; b. January 11, 1914; d. October 02, 1994, Antioch, Lake County, Illinois. Homer and his two wives are buried in the Hillside Cemetery.

Notes for HOMER LAPLANT:

Self employed as a Masonry Contractor having operated a business, which was started by his father. He retired in 1975.

He was a member of the Antioch Township Republican's Club and had served as a trustee for Antioch Township for 24 years.

He was a 50 year member of the Sequoit Masonic Lodge #827 A.F. and A.M. in Antioch.

Member and past president of the Antioch Lion's Club and a member of the Antioch Rotary Club.

Member of several theater groups and a founding member of the PM&L Theater.

In 1992 he was named the Centennial Man of Antioch on the 100th year anniversary.

More About HOMER LAPLANT:

Religion: United Methodist Church, Antioch, Illinois

vii. LETHA LAPLANT, m. (1) ? SCHUMAKER; m. (2) ? OGLE.

17. DELIA MARIE LAPLANT (FELIX6 LAPLANTE, FELIX LAPLANTE DIT5 LABOURIER, FELIX LAPLANTE DIT4 LABOURLIERE, JOSEPH LAPLANTE DIT3, JEAN BAPTISTE LAPLANTE DIT2, JACQUES LAPLANTE DIT1 DELABOURLIER) was born May 25, 1861 in Clinton County, New York, and died August 08, 1944 in Antioch, Lake County, Illinois and is buried in the Hillside Cemetery She married WALTER THOMAS TAYLOR July 10, 1880 in Williamstown, Berkshire County, Massachusetts. He was born August 28, 1853 in New York, and died November 12, 1918 in Waukegan, Lake County, Illinois.

Children of DELIA LAPLANT and WALTER TAYLOR are:

31. i. WALTER ALFRED TAYLOR, b. July 03, 1881, North Adams, Berkshire County, Massachusetts; d. March 05, 1929, Waukegan, Lake County, Illinois.

ii. FELIX A. TAYLOR, b. July 24, 1882, North Adams, Berkshire, Massachusetts; d. February 14, 1892, Antioch, Lake County, Illinois and is buried in the Hillside Cemetery

iii. FANNY LOUISE TAYLOR, b. October 28, 1883, North Adams, Berkshire County, Massachusetts; d. Antioch, Lake County, Illinois.

iv. MARSTEN ELSWORTH MARSHALL TAYLOR, b. May 17, 1885, Antioch, Illinois.

v. FRANK CHESTER TAYLOR, b. November 04, 1887, Antioch, Illinois; d. September 30, 1963.

vi. CLARA ARTEMECIA TAYLOR, b. August 27, 1888, Antioch, Illinois; d. July 1968.

vii. HARRY ARTHUR TAYLOR, b. February 08, 1890, Antioch, Illinois; d. March 30, 1980, Libertyville, Lake County, Illinois.

viii. LUCILLE RENE TAYLOR, b. September 14, 1891, Antioch, Lake County, Illinois; d. May 01, 1982, Southern Pines, Moore County, North Carolina.

ix. HARVY E. TAYLOR, b. May 20, 1893, Antioch, Lake County, Illinois; d. 1894, Antioch, Lake County, Illinois.

x. LEONELLA TAYLOR, b. January 21, 1895, Antioch, Illinois.

xi. ELMER RALPH TAYLOR, b. June 08, 1896, Antioch, Illinois; d. January 15, 1972, Peoria, Peoria County, Illinois.

xii. DELIA TAYLOR, b. June 16, 1898, Antioch, Illinois.

xiii. RAYMOND CLYDE TAYLOR, b. January 05, 1900, Antioch, Illinois; d. June 24, 1975, Libertyville, Lake County, Illinois.

xiv. MONA AGNES TAYLOR, b. May 01, 1903, Antioch, Lake County, Illinois; d. February 25, 1983, Antioch, Lake County, Illinois and is buried in the Hillside Cemetery; m. JAMES L. WATERS; b. October 24, 1896; d. February 04, 1967.

More About JAMES L. WATERS:

Military service: Ill. Sergeant, Co. C., 131 Inf. WWI

18. AGNES LAPLANT (FELIX6 LAPLANTE, FELIX LAPLANTE DIT5 LABOURIER, FELIX LAPLANTE DIT4 LABOURLIERE, JOSEPH LAPLANTE DIT3, JEAN BAPTISTE LAPLANTE DIT2, JACQUES LAPLANTE DIT1 DELABOURLIER) was born October 03, 1863 in Clinton County, New York. She married EDWARD GAINES. He was born Abt. 1859 in Clinton County, New York.

Children of AGNES LAPLANT and EDWARD GAINES are:

i. EARL EDWARD GAINES, b. Abt. 1885, Clinton County, New York.

ii. HARRY GAINES, b. Abt. 1887, Clinton County, New York.

iii. GERTRUDE GAINES, b. Abt. 1889, Clinton County, New York.

19. SARAH7 LAPLANT (FELIX6 LAPLANTE, FELIX LAPLANTE DIT5 LABOURIER, FELIX LAPLANTE DIT4 LABOURLIERE, JOSEPH LAPLANTE DIT3, JEAN BAPTISTE LAPLANTE DIT2, JACQUES LAPLANTE DIT1 DELABOURLIER) was born November 09, 1866 in Champlain, Clinton, New York, and died October 1933 in Dell Rapids, Minehaha County, South Dakota. She married WILLIAM ALEXANDER TROTTIER September 19, 1884 in Lake County, Illinois, son of ALEXANDER TROTTER and OLIVIA AMES. He was born August 04, 1858 in Milburn, Lake County, Illinois, and died July 03, 1924 in Sioux Falls, Minnehaha County, South Dakota.

Children of SARAH LAPLANT and WILLIAM TROTTIER are:

i. FRANK8 TROTTIER, b. Abt. 1885, Williams, Hamilton County, Iowa.

ii. ROY GEORGE TROTTIER, b. August 04, 1887, Williams, Hamilton County, Iowa; d. December 17, 1946, Madison, Lake, South Dakota.

iii. LEE TROTTIER, b. Abt. 1889, Williams, Hamilton County, Iowa.

Generation No. 4

25. ORILIA8 SAVAGE (JOSEPH7, JUDITH (JULIE)6 LAPLANTE, FELIX LAPLANTE DIT5 LABOURIER, FELIX LAPLANTE DIT4 LABOURLIERE, JOSEPH LAPLANTE DIT3, JEAN BAPTISTE LAPLANTE DIT2, JACQUES LAPLANTE DIT1 DELABOURLIER) was born August 09, 1867 in Antioch, Lake County, Illinois, and died April 04, 1934 in Channel Lake, Illinois. She married HARMON A. GARWOOD May 17, 1885. He was born September 22, 1860 in Antioch, Lake County, Illinois, and died September 22, 1921 in Antioch, Lake County, Illinois.

Children of ORILIA SAVAGE and HARMON GARWOOD are:

i. INA GARWOOD, b. January 06, 1886; m. (1) JOHN DUFFIRLD; m. (2) WILLIAM LEPSRI.

ii. SAMUEL GARWOOD, b. April 23, 1887, Antioch, Lake County, Illinois; d. March 27, 1962, Antioch, Lake County, Illinois - Hillside Cemetery; m. (1) VICKY ?; m. (2) HARRIOTT I. HOUSE; b. April 12, 1902; d. August 03, 1984.

iii. JOSEPHINE GARWOOD, b. August 10, 1888, Antioch, Lake County, Illinois; d. 1921, Antioch, Lake County, Illinois; m. WILLIAM BELTER, November 25, 1907, Antioch, Lake County, Illinois.

Notes for JOSEPHINE GARWOOD:

This article comes from the Antioch newspaper dated November 28, 1907

On Monday of this week at Chicago occurred the marriage of Miss Josephine A. Garwood to Mr. Wm. Belter.  The bride is the second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harm Garwood of Channel Lake and has a large circle of friends among the younger set, who although surprised to hear of her marriage extend to her their best wishes for a happy wedded life.  The groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Belter who reside south of town. He is a well know young man, having lived here the greater part of his life. The many friends of the young couple were somewhat surprised when it was reported that their marriage had taken place for so quiet had the matter been kept that not even their most intimate friends had any inkling whatever of their intentions until Monday morning.  Mr. & Mrs. Belter will make their future home in this vicinity The News joins with their many friends in extending to the happy couple most hearty congratulations and best wishes for a long and happy voyage on the matrimmonial sea.

This paper came out on a Thursday so that would make Monday the 25th.

 

iv. IDA GARWOOD, b. December 05, 1891, Antioch High School - Antioch, Illinois; d. 1945, Antioch, Lake County, Illinois; m. EMMITT BEYERS.

v. ELLEN LOIS GARWOOD, b. April 22, 1893; d. March 03, 1975, Schulsburg, Wisconsin; m. (1) GEORGE PETERSON; m. (2) ALBERT CONRAD MILLER, January 1908; b. 1880.

vi. LESLIE CLARENCE GARWOOD, b. May 11, 1895, Antioch, Lake County, Illinois; d. September 21, 1961; m. (1) RHONDA ANN ROBERTSON, May 05, 1928; d. September 04, 1999; m. (2) SUSAN HALVERSON, November 13, 1930.

vii. ELIZABETH GARWOOD, b. March 05, 1899; m. HOWARD WHEELER.

viii. EDMUND GARWOOD, b. August 26, 1902, Antioch, Lake County, Illinois; d. 1967.

ix. HELEN K. GARWOOD, b. November 22, 1906, Antioch, Lake County, Illinois; d. 1953, Hinsdale, Illinois and is buried in the St. John's Cemetery in Hinsdale, Illinois ; m. WILLIAM A. HENKE; b. 1897; d. 1987.

x. MILDRED GARWOOD, b. January 23, 1909, Illinois; d. July 21, 1943, Harvey, Illinois and is buried in the Oak Hill Cemetery in Chicago, Illinois; m. EMZY LEE (TOM) THOMPSON, September 09, 1927, Chicago, Illinois; b. October 12, 1904, Sour Lake, Texas; d. January 10, 1993, New Mexico.

 

26. NETTIE G. PADDOCK (MARY HARRIETT7 SAVAGE, JUDITH (JULIE)6 LAPLANTE, FELIX LAPLANTE DIT5 LABOURIER, FELIX LAPLANTE DIT4 LABOURLIERE, JOSEPH LAPLANTE DIT3, JEAN BAPTISTE LAPLANTE DIT2, JACQUES LAPLANTE DIT1 DELABOURLIER) was born November 1867 in or 1866 in Illinois, and died 1955. She married THEODORE FRAZIER November 01, 1884 in Grass Lake, Illinois, son of WILLIAM FRAZIER and LUCILLE AMES. He was born August 23, 1859 in or 1869 in Hickory Corners, Lake County, Illinois, and died June 06, 1929.

Notes for THEODORE FRAZIER:

 

Press Clippings in Martin's Gen'L Store Archives, June, 1929

13 June 1929
OBITUARY

Theodore A. Frazier, son of William Frazier, was born at Hickory, Lake county, Illinois, August 23, 1859. He was married on November 12, 1884, to Nettie G. Paddock, Grass Lake, Illinois. They made their home in Warren township one year, moving from there to Hickory, where they lived until the year of 1920. To this union were born three children. Upon his retirement the farm was sold and Mr. and Mrs. Frazier then moved to Bluff Lake, where they resided for five years. They then purchased the present home at Lake Villa. About a year ago Mr. Frazier's health slowly began to fail. On the evening of May 29, 1929, his

condition became serious and he was taken to the Victory Memorial hospital at Waukegan, Illinois. His wife and children were in constant attendance here, hoping for his speedy recovery, but at 10:30 Thursday morning, June 6, he willingly answered his Father's call. Mr. Frazier's many acts of kindness will long be remembered by his many friends. He leaves to mourn his loss his widow, Nettie, and their children, Mrs. Charles Griffin, Antioch; Mrs. Bert Logan, Evanston; and Walter I. Frazier, Chicago; also one brother, Thomas W. Frazier, Waukegan.

Children of NETTIE PADDOCK and THEODORE FRAZIER are:

i. MAUDE9 FRAZIER, b. June 05, 1889; d. July 22, 1949; m. CHARLES HENRY GRIFFEN; b. May 19, 1886; d. November 03, 1941.

ii. LAURA FRAZIER, b. December 1894.

iii. WALTER I. FRAZIER, b. September 1897; d. 1978.

27. IRVING LOUIS8 PADDOCK (MARY HARRIETT7 SAVAGE, JUDITH (JULIE)6 LAPLANTE, FELIX LAPLANTE DIT5 LABOURIER, FELIX LAPLANTE DIT4 LABOURLIERE, JOSEPH LAPLANTE DIT3, JEAN BAPTISTE LAPLANTE DIT2, JACQUES LAPLANTE DIT1 DELABOURLIER) was born August 08, 1869 in Antioch, Lake County, Illinois, and died January 08, 1945 in Chicago, Illinois. He married JESSIE MARY ALMIRA BESSETTE DIT BASSETT January 09, 1892 in New York, daughter of JOSEPH BASSETT and JULIE LAPLANTE. She was born August 24, 1871 in Clinton County, New York and baptized on October 22, 1871 in Redford, NY, and died July 03, 1974 in Antioch, Lake County, Illinois. Irving and Jessie are buried in the Hillside Cemetery in Antioch, Illinois

28. AUSTIN THOMAS SAVAGE (JACOB7, JUDITH (JULIE)6 LAPLANTE, FELIX LAPLANTE DIT5 LABOURIER, FELIX LAPLANTE DIT4 LABOURLIERE, JOSEPH LAPLANTE DIT3, JEAN BAPTISTE LAPLANTE DIT2, JACQUES LAPLANTE DIT1 DELABOURLIER) was born January 18, 1871, and died May 07, 1947 in Antioch, Lake County, Illinois. He married MYRTLE E. MANN February 12, 1897 in Lake County, Illinois. She was born September 05, 1877, and died December 22, 1955 in Antioch, Lake County, Illinois. Thomas and Myrtle are buried in the Hickory Cemetery in Antioch, Lake County, Illinois.

Child of AUSTIN SAVAGE and MYRTLE MANN is:

i. IRENE SAVAGE, b. August 09, 1899; d. January 03, 1933 and is buried in the Hickory Cemetery in Antioch, Illinois ; m. JOSEPH C. SMITH.

29. LEE WEBB SAVAGE (JACOB7, JUDITH (JULIE)6 LAPLANTE, FELIX LAPLANTE DIT5 LABOURIER, FELIX LAPLANTE DIT4 LABOURLIERE, JOSEPH LAPLANTE DIT3, JEAN BAPTISTE LAPLANTE DIT2, JACQUES LAPLANTE DIT1 DELABOURLIER) was born April 1878 in (from previous marriage??).

Child of LEE WEBB SAVAGE is:

i. MARGUERITE SAVAGE, b. June 19, 1904; d. October 27, 1924, Somers, Montana.

30. LINDA R. LAPLANT (LOUIS SOLOMON7, FELIX6 LAPLANTE, FELIX LAPLANTE DIT5 LABOURIER, FELIX LAPLANTE DIT4 LABOURLIERE, JOSEPH LAPLANTE DIT3, JEAN BAPTISTE LAPLANTE DIT2, JACQUES LAPLANTE DIT1 DELABOURLIER) was born June 11, 1892 in Antioch, Lake County, Illinois, and died November 22, 1989 in Antioch, Lake County, Illinois. She married ANDREW CHRISTIAN DALGAARD February 11, 1914 in Antioch, Lake County, Illinois. He was born April 17, 1889 in or 1880 in Stoholm, Denmark, and died July 16, 1953 in Antioch, Lake County, Illinois. Linda and Andrew are buried in the Hillside Cemetery in Antioch, Lake County, Illinois

Children of LINDA LAPLANT and ANDREW DALGAARD are:

i. ANDREA DALGAARD, m. (1) ? WESTER; m. (2) ? GOODE.

ii. ARMAND DALGAARD, d. December 16, 1990; m. (1) EVENLYN G. ?, March 18, 1944; b. Newport Township, Illinois; d. October 14; m. (2) ELIZABETH A. PREST, June 19, 1954; b. July 20, 1924, Waukegan, Illinois; d. December 08, 1999, Linenhurst, Illinois.

iii. LILA DALGAARD, m. ? PALENSKI.

iv. BRUCE DALGAARD, b. July 13, 1918, Antioch, Lake County, Illinois; d. November 28, 1998, Antioch, Lake County, Illinois; m. LENA A. PEDERSEN, March 26, 1940, Antioch, Lake County, Illinois; b. 1918.

Notes for BRUCE DALGAARD:

He served in the South Pacific and was a member of the American Legion Post #748 of Antioch. After 40 years of service, he retired in 1977 as a supervisor for Commonwealth Edison in Waukegan, Illinois.

More About BRUCE DALGAARD:

Education: 1936, Antioch High School - Antioch, Illinois

Religion: St. Peter's Church - Catholic - Antioch

v. WINSOR A. DALGAARD, b. April 21, 1921; d. April 07, 1976, Lake Villa, Illinois; m. EDNA L. PEDERSEN; b. 1926.

31. WALTER ALFRED TAYLOR (DELIA MARIE7 LAPLANT, FELIX6 LAPLANTE, FELIX LAPLANTE DIT5 LABOURIER, FELIX LAPLANTE DIT4 LABOURLIERE, JOSEPH LAPLANTE DIT3, JEAN BAPTISTE LAPLANTE DIT2, JACQUES LAPLANTE DIT1 DELABOURLIER) was born July 03, 1881 in North Adams, Berkshire County, Massachusetts, and died March 05, 1929 in Waukegan, Lake County, Illinois. He married MINNIE LUX. She died 1959. Walter and Minnie are buried in the Hillside Cemetery in Antioch, Illinois.

Child of WALTER TAYLOR and MINNIE LUX is:

i. WALTER CHARLES TAYLOR, b. 1923; d. 1945.

Military service: Co. B, 20th Inf. TNF BT, 10th Armoured Division 'TIGERS' US Military Cemetery, Hamm, Luxembourg

 

44. MARY MARGUERITE PADDOCK (IRVING LOUIS7, MARY HARRIETT6 SAVAGE, JUDITH (JULIE)5 LAPLANTE, FELIX LAPLANTE DIT4 LABOURLIERE, JOSEPH LAPLANTE DIT3, JEAN BAPTISTE LAPLANTE DIT2, JACQUES LAPLANTE DIT1 DELABOURLIER) was born May 01, 1894 in Antioch, Lake County, Illinois, and died January 09, 1975 in Antioch, Lake County, Illinois. She married IRVING A. FORSTER June 1919 in Antioch, Lake County, Illinois. He was born September 14, 1890 in Chicago, Illinois, and died September 14, 1963 in Antioch, Lake County, Illinois. Mary Marguerite and Irving are buried in the Hillside Cemetery in Antioch, Lake County, Illinois.

Children of MARY PADDOCK and IRVING FORSTER are:

i. CHARLES FORSTER, b. February 12, 1921, Chicago, Illinois; d. March 24, 1988, Tempe, Maricopa County, AZ; m. VALERA SIMPSON, January 10, 1945; b. November 05, 1921; d. October 27, 1990.

ii. GEORGE FORSTER, b. February 22, 1923, Chicago, Illinois; m. MARIE MURPHY.

iii. IRVING FORSTER, b. January 05, 1928, Chicago, Illinois; m. JANE CAULKINS; b. Iowa.

iv. MARGUERITE FORSTER, b. August 04, 1929, Chicago, Illinois; m. EDWARD WARNER.