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Notes for Richard John OTTMANN


In 1930, Richard Ottmann, 5, b. NY, was enumerated with his parents,Louis & Mabel, in Mamaroneck
Village, Rye Township, Westchester Co.,NY [E.D. #173, Sheet 14A].

U.S. Public Records Index:
Name: Richard J Ottmann Birth Date: 1924 Address: 2308 Quechee MainStWhite River Junction,
Windsor Co, VT 05001Zip Code: 05001 PhoneNumber: 802-295-1960 Record Number: 92500875

"Rutland Business Journal" [Rutland, Rutland Co., VT]. 8 Mar2007:Downer's Mill Deli & Cafe
Downer's Mill Deli & Café has opened in Quechee Village next door tothe post office in the site
of the former Quechee Village Deli.Adjacent to the café is Sam's Bakery, run by baker Sam Yahoub.
As YouWish Catering operates out of the café. Gayle Ottmann and her daughterJoi Purrell own the
three-tiered business. "We're partners," explainsOttmann. "She is the proprietor. It's a family
business." One of herother daughters, Joni Coburn, and her grandson Dylan, work in thedeli/café.
Ottmann, executive director of the Hartford Area Chamber of Commerce,is also the owner of the
Ott-Dog, a snack bar near Quechee Gorge thatis approaching its 28th season in the summer.
The new owners did a major renovation of the space, tearing out walls,re-painting, relocating the
bakery and re-doing floors.
The name Downer's Mill comes from the name of the historical millbuilding in the village that is
the modern day location of SimonPearce glassblowing studio and restaurant. Steve Giroux of
ThirdGeneration Design in Windsor scanned a stereopticon image of Downer'sMill to create an
impressive canvas sign displayed in the café. Thehistorical theme is carried through in the menu
with signaturesandwiches named after historical figures such as a Mr. Tinkham whoran the post
office and J.C. Parker who owned the mill that was onceDowner's.
Yahoub, well-known for his skills as a baker, arrives at 2:00 a.m. to3:00 a.m. to prepare for the
day. "He is there to greet everybody witha fresh cup of coffee and baked goods at 6:30 in the
morning," Ottmannsays. He makes everything from muffins to scones and breakfastsandwiches. He also
has a specialty business. For example, he made 75pies for Thanksgiving and gingerbread houses for
Christmas. He alsomakes birthday cakes. In the deli, the focus is fresh, homemade foodranging from
a variety of salads, soups, sandwiches, and dailyspecials. "We do our own breads," Ottmann notes.
The deli offersciabatta, a roll that is soft inside and crusty on the outside, aswell as
baguettes. There is seating for 20. The deli carries wine,beer, and a small selection of groceries
and dairy products. As YouWish Catering offers services for small groups such as cocktailparties,
meetings, and birthday parties.
Downer's Mill Deli & Café and Sam's Bakery are open Monday throughSaturday from 6:30 a.m. to 5:00
p.m. Sunday, the bakery is open from6:30 a.m. to noon. The café is open Sunday from varying
times.
The telephone number for the new eatery is [802] 295-2786. The addressis 91 Village Green,
Quechee, VT 05059.


DEATH:  Social Security Death Index:  Name: Richard J. Ottmann.  Born:19 Aug 1924. Died: 31 Aug
2003. Last Residence: Zip 05059, Quechee,Windsor Co., VT. Card issued New York [Before 1951]

DEATH:  U.S., Social Security Applications and Claims Index, 1936-2007 
Name: 	Richard John Ottmann
[Richard J Ottmann] 
Gender: 	Male
Race: 	White
Birth Date: 	19 Aug 1924
Birth Place: 	Port Chester, New York
Death Date: 	31 Aug 2003
Father: 	Louis J Ottmann
Mother: 	Mable Bakke
Type of Claim: 	Original SSN.
Notes: 	Jul 1941: Name listed as RICHARD JOHN OTTMANN; 05 Sep 2003: Name listed as RICHARD J
OTTMANN

OBITUARY:  "Coos County Democrat" Obituaries, Lancaster, NH,Wednesday, Sept. 10, 2003:
Richard "Dick" J. Ottmann
QUECHEE, Vt. - Richard "Dick" J. Ottmann died on August 31, 2003 atthe White River Veterans
Hospital after a battle with ill health aswell as a long and courageous battle with cancer.
Born on August 19, 1924, in Port Chester, New York, he was the oldestchild of Louis J. and Mabel
[Bakke] Ottmann. He attended LaSalleMilitary Academy and graduated from Frederick E. Bellows High
School,Mamaroneck, N. Y. He also attended the University of Virginia aftermilitary service. While
at Bellows High School, he excelled infootball and ice hockey as well as track and baseball.
He was married to Virginia Oehmsen and later divorced. On October 21,1978 he married Gayle C.
Purrell in Quechee.
He joined the Army in 1944, serving in the 64th Field Hospital inFrance, as a medical aid man and
athletic instructor for paralyzedsoldiers. After discharge, he joined the family firm of General
Sandand Stone, as vice president, based in West Hartford, Conn. He workedthroughout New England in
real estate sales. In 1978, he joinedQuechee Lakes Corporation; opened the Ott-Dog Snack Bar, at
QuecheeGorge in 1979; and established Johnson and Ottmann Real Estate inWoodstock, Vermont in
1981. He retired from real estate in 1994.
He loved life to the fullest, enjoying a golf game, watching UVA’sfootball games, sharing
stories with friends and family, entertainingat his home on Main Street, or scooping ice cream.
Above all, hisgrandchildren and family made his life complete.
He is survived by his wife, Gayle; his daughter, Heidi and husbandRobert Larkin of Farmington,
Conn.; two sons, Gary Ottmann of JerseyCity, N.J. and Kurt Ottmann of Sandy, Ut.; three
stepdaughters, Joiand husband Jon Soule of Quechee, Jana and husband Bradford Swanton ofHarpswell,
Me., and Joni and husband George Colburn of Royalton; twobrothers, Norman Ottmann of Simsbury,
Conn., and Gordon Ottmann ofRocky Hill, Conn.; six grandchildren, Jason, Erika, Erina,
Colby,Dylan, and Marley; sister-in-law, Laurie and husband Bernard LaBountyof Lunenburg, and many
nieces and nephews.
He was predeceased by his parents and a stepmother.
Calling hours were held on Sunday, September 7 at the Cabot FuneralHome in Woodstock. Funeral
services were held at 10 a.m. on Monday,September 8, at Our Lady of the Snows Catholic Church in
Woodstock,Vt. Burial followed at the Vermont Veterans Cemetery in Randolph.
A     rrangements are being conducted by the Cabot Funeral Home.
Memorial contribution may be made to the Visiting NursesAlliance/Hospice, 46 So. Main Street,
Hartford, VT 05001 or the Townof Hartford Recreation Department, Attn: Tad Nunez, Director,
BridgeStreet, White River Junction, VT 05001, or to the charity of one’schoice.


BURIAL:  Findagrave.com
Richard J. Ottmann
Birth:  Aug 19, 1924
Death:  Aug 31, 2003
Buried:  Vermont Veterans Memorial Cemetery, Randolph Center, Orange Co., VT
Tombstone photo on
memorial.
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Notes for Catharine Ann OUTCALT


BURIAL:  Findagrave.com
Catharine Ann Outcalt Provost
Birth:  Mar 14, 1826
Death:  May 21, 1902
Buried:    Van Liew Cemetery, New Brunswick, Middlesex Co., NJ
Tombstone photo on
memorial.
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Notes for Howard R OUTMAN


DEATH:  Social Security Death Index.  Howard R. Outman.  Birth:  11Apr 1924.  Death:  24 Nov 1992. 
Residence of record:  Elkland, TiogaCo., PA.  Card issued in PA.

OBITUARY:  Newspaper and publishing date unknown.
OUTMAN, Howard R.
Age 68 of R.R. #1, Elkland, PA, Tuesday, November 24, 1992 at Soldiersand Sailors Memorial
Hospital, Wellsboro, PA. He was born April 11,1924 in Westfield, PA, the son of Jacob and Bessie
Stebbins Outman. Hewas a Veteran of the U.S. Army and served in Germany during World WarII. He
worked for over 30 years for the Elkland Leather Company andretired from Corning Inc. He is
survived by his wife of 44 years,Shirley; daughter, Kathleen Fish of Osceola, PA; son
anddaughter-in-law, Paul and Mary Ann Outman of Little Marsh, PA;sisters, Arlene Seamans of RD,
Knoxville, PA and Mrs. Joseph 'Ruth'Desormeau of North Chili, NY; grandchildren, Matthew Fish of
Hanover,PA, Jason D. Fish of Hanover, PA, Michael Outman of Virginia Beach,VA, Kim Outman of
Virginia Beach, VA, Todd Outman of Little Marsh, PAand Sandy Outman of Little Marsh, PA; several
nieces, nephews andcousins. Friends are invited to call at the Kenyon Funeral Home Inc.,Elkland,
PA, Friday, 2 to 4 and 7 to 8 PM where Funeral Services willbe conducted at 8:00 PM, immediately
following Calling Hours. The Rev.Bert More officiating. Burial in Highland Cemetery, Elkland, PA.
http://outmangenealogy.org/obits/obits-outmanh.html#outmanh

BURIAL:  Findagrave.com
Howard R. Outman
Birth:  Apr 11, 1924
Death:  Oct 24, 1992
Buried:  Highland Cemetery, Elkland, Tioga Co., PA
Tombstone photo on
memorial.
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Notes for Kathleen Louise OUTMAN


DEATH:  Social Security Death Index    Kathleen L. Fish.  Birth: 30 Jul 1949.  Death:  30 Oct 1993. 
Residence of record:  Not specified.Card issued in PA.

DEATH:  U.S., Social Security Applications and Claims Index, 1936-2007 
Name: 	Kathleen Louise Outman
[Kathleen Lou Fish] 
[Kathleen Fish] 
Gender: 	Female
Race: 	White
Birth Date: 	30 Jul 1949
Birth Place: 	Wellsboro Ti, Pennsylvania
Death Date: 	30 Oct 1993
Type of Claim: 	Original SSN.
Notes: 	Oct 1966: Name listed as KATHLEEN LOUISE OUTMAN; Mar 1972: Name listed as KATHLEEN LOU
FISH; 04 Nov 1993: Name listed as KATHLEEN L FISH

OBITUARY: "The Wellsboro Gazette" Wellsboro, Tioga Co., PA. Wed., 3Nov 1993. p. 12.
Kathleen L. Fish
Kathleen L. Fish, 44, of Elkland RR 1 died Saturday, Oct. 30, 1993 atRobert Packer Hospital,
Sayre.
Born July 30, 1949 in Wellsboro, she was the daughter of Howard R. andShirley J. Spencer Outman.
She was a member of the Elkland United Methodist Church and ElklandMoose.
She was a volunteer at the Elkland Softball Tournaments.
She was a computer operator at Corning Inc., Corning, N.Y.
Preceding her in death was her father, Howard R. Outman, in 1992.
Surviving besides her mother of Williamsport are two sons, Matthew J.Fish, of Hanover and Jason D.
Fish, of Elkland; one brother, PaulOutman of Little Marsh; one grandson: Jacob Howe, of Hanover;
severalnieces, nephews, cousins, aunts and uncles.
Friends called at the Kenyon Funeral Home, Elkland on Monday, Nov. 1,with the Rev. M. Lee
Ellenberger, officiating.
Burial was made at Highland Cemetery, Elkland.

BURIAL:  Findagrave.com
Kathleen L. Fish
Birth:  Jul 30, 1949
Death:  Oct 30, 1993
Buried:  Highland Cemetery, Elkland, Tioga Co., PA
Tombstone photo on
memorial.
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Notes for Paul D OUTMAN


DEATH: Social Security Death Index. Paul D. Outman. Birth: 10 Oct1955. Death: 2 Jun 2008. Residence
of Record: Westfield, Tioga Co., PACard issued from: NY

OBITUARY:  Newspaper and published date are unknown.
OUTMAN, Paul D.Loving Husband andRespected Father
Age 52, of 42 Womer Hill Road, Little Marsh, PA, passed away Monday,June 2, 2008, at Robert Packer
Hospital, Sayre, PA. He was bornOctober 10, 1955 in Wellsboro, PA, the son of Howard and
ShirleySpencer Outman. He retired from Corning Inc. after working for 33years. Paul graduated from
Elkland High School in 1973 and he was anavid fisherman. He is survived by his wife of 31 years,
Mary AnnOutman; sons, Michael (Kimberly) Outman and sons, Jacob and DevinOutman, Marine, IL; Todd
(Brandy) Outman and daughter, Haley AnnOutman, Little Marsh, PA; nephew, Matthew (Sherry) Fish and
daughter,Andrea, Hanover, PA; aunts, Verna Knickerbocker, Nelson, PA, ArleneSeamans, R.D.,
Knoxville, PA; and several cousins. He was preceded indeath by his sister, Kathleen Outman Fish
and her son, Jason Fish. AMemorial Service will be conducted Thursday at 6:30 p.m. at theElkland
United Methodist Church, 120 North Buffalo Street, Elkland,PA. Memorials may be made to the PKD
Foundation in Paul's memory.Arrangements are in care of Kenyon Funeral Home, Inc., 214 West
MainStreet, Elkland, PA 16920.
http://outmangenealogy.org/obits/obits-outmani2p.html#outmanp

"Corning Leader"
Tues., 3, Jun 2008
Paul D. Outman
Sayre, Pa. -
Paul D. Outman, 52, of 42 Womer Hill Road, Little Marsh, died Monday,June 2, 2008 at Robert Packer
Hospital.     He was retired fromCorning Incorporated after 33 years of service.     Survivors
includehis wife of 31 years, Mary Ann Outman; two sons, Michael Outman ofMarine, Ill, Todd Outman
of Little Marsh.     A memorial service willbe held at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, June 5 at the Elkland
United MethodistChurch, 120 N. Buffalo St., Elkland.     Arrangements are with theKenyon Funeral
Home, 214 W. Main St., Elkland.Sayre, Pa.      Paul D.Outman, 52, of 42 Womer Hill Road, Little
Marsh, died Monday, June 2,2008 at Robert Packer Hospital.     He was retired from
CorningIncorporated after 33 years of service.     Survivors include hiswife of 31 years, Mary
Ann Outman; two sons, Michael Outman of Marine,Ill, Todd Outman of Little Marsh.     A memorial
service will be heldat 6:30 p.m. Thursday, June 5 at the Elkland United Methodist Church,120 N.
Buffalo St., Elkland.     Arrangements are with the KenyonFuneral Home, 214 W. Main St., Elkland.

BURIAL:  Findagrave.com
Paul D. Outman
Birth: Oct 10, 1955
Death: Jun 2, 2008
Buried:  Highland Cemetery, Elkland, Tioga Co.,
PA
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Notes for Estella Eugenia OVAITT


DEATH:  Vermont Death Records, 1909-2008   (Ancestry.com)
Copy of Original on file.
Estella Eugania Vail Gender: Female Birth Date: 4 Jun 1910 Birth Location: Bennington, VT Death
Date: 4 Jun 1910 Death Location:Bennington, Bennington Cause Of Death: Lobar Pneumonia
Residence:Bennington, VT Mother's Maiden Name: Mason Mother's Name: PhebeFather's Name: Norman Fay
Oviatt Vital Event Type: Certificate ofDeath

BURIAL:  Name: Estella E. Vail Gender: F Veteran: F Birth Date: 19 OCT1851 Death Date: 4 JUN 1910
Age: Relation: W/O Barker F. Vail Comment:760 MAP: 000B CD: G S: U L: G NO Grave: 1 FS: F Grave
Exists: T GraveExisted on Date: 1997 Section: 0D Lot: 0103 Transcriber: LC CemeteryNumber: BE008. 
Cassano, Lynne M., ed.. "Bennington, Vermont CemeteryInscriptions [database on-line]". Provo, UT,
USA: MyFamily.com, Inc.,1999.
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Notes for Norman Fay OVAITT


CENSUS:  1880 VT Bennington Co., Bennington Township.  Norman F.Ovaitt is 70 years of age, born in
VT as were both parents.  Phoebe ishis wife, she is 52 years of age and also born in VT as were
both herparents.  No one else was listed in the household.
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Notes for John H. OVERBEY


BURIAL:  Find-a-Grave.co,
John H Overbey
Birth:  1850
Death:  1937
Buried:  New Awalt Cemetery, Franklin Co., TN
Tombstone photo on
memorial.
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Notes for Leona Balle OVERMYER


DEATH: Social Security Death Index. Leona B. Veenstra. Birth: 25 Mar 1913. Death: 8 Jul 2001.
Residence of Record: Culver, Marshall Co.,IN. Card issued from: IN

DEATH:  U.S., Social Security Applications and Claims Index, 1936-2007 
Name: 	Leona Balle Engel
[Leona Bell Veenstra] 
[Leona Veenstra] 
[Leona Balle Overmeyer] 
Gender: 	Female
Race: 	White
Birth Date: 	25 Mar 1913
Birth Place: 	Oakglen Cook, Illinois
[Lansing, Illinois] 
Death Date: 	8 Jul 2001
Father: 	John W Overmeyer
Mother: 	Grace E Cooper
Type of Claim: 	Original SSN.
Notes: 	Jul 1942: Name listed as LEONA BALLE ENGEL; 08 Aug 1990: Name listed as LEONA BELL
VEENSTRA; 24 Jul 2001: Name listed as LEONA B VEENSTRA

OBITUARY:  "The Sentinel"  [Rochester, Fulton Co., IN] Monday Jul 9,2001
Leona Veenstra
March 25, 1913 - Jul 8, 2003
Leona Engel Veenstra, 88, 9755 W. Fulton County Road 700 North Culver,died at 7:05 a.m. Sunday at
Woodlawn Hospital.
Born in Lansing, Ill, to John and Grace Cooper Overmyer, she marriedForrest Hatfield in 1929.  He
died.  She married Walter Engle in 1935.He died in 1987.  She married Herman Veenstra in 1990.  He
survives.
Mrs. Veenstra moved to Culver from Monterey in 1944.  She retired fromTosin Corp., Rochester.  She
attended Delong Gospel Lighthouse Churchand was a member of Local 947.
Surviving with her husband at home, are four daughters, Lynn E.Klitzman, Winamac, Darlene Johnson,
Rochester, Joan McCune and husbandKenneth, and Doris Clark, all of Culver; 22 grandchildren;
34great-grandchildren; four great-great-grandchildren.
Preceding in death were one son, one daughter and her parents.
Services are at 10 a.m. Wednesday at Delong Gospel Lighthouse Church.Burial is at Ora Cemetery. 
Friends may call from 2-8 p.m. Tuesday atBonine Funeral Home, Culver.  Memorials may be made to a
charity ofone's choice.

BURIAL:  Findagrave.comLeona B. EngelBIRTH:   Mar 25, 1913DEATH:Jul 8 2001BURIED:  Alexander
Heinemann Memorial Cemetery, Ora, StarkeCo., INTombstone photo on memorial.
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Notes for William DeCarnet OVIATT


MILITARY:  WWI Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918.  William D. CarnetOviatt registered in Dane
Co., WIl 12 Sept 1918. Birth date:  28 Jul1874.  Occupation:  Miller in Dane Co., WI for J.C.
Bickley.  Nearestrelative:  Leila Oviatt.  Signed:  William D. Cornet Oviatt.Registrar’s Report: 
Medium in height and build, brown hair and browneyes.  No physical disqualifications noted.
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Notes for Richard Henry OVITT


BIRTH:  Vermont Birth Records, 1909-2008 (Ancestry.com)
Copy of certificate on file.
Richard Henry Ovitt Gender: Male Birth Date: 15 May 1920 Birth Town:Danville Birth County:
Caledonia Mother's Maiden Name: Morrin Mother'sName: Mary Elizabeth Mother's Birthplace: NH
Mother's Residence:Danville Father's Name: Clyde Ovitt Father's Birthplace: VT EventType:
Certificate of Birth

DEATH:  U.S., Social Security Applications and Claims Index, 1936-2007 
Name: 	Richard Henry Ovitt
[Richard H Ovitt] 
Gender: 	Male
Race: 	White
Birth Date: 	15 May 1920
Birth Place: 	Danville Cal, Vermont
Death Date: 	28 Apr 2000
Father: 	Clyde B Ovitt
Mother: 	Mary E Marin
Type of Claim: 	Original SSN.
Notes: 	Dec 1939: Name listed as RICHARD HENRY OVITT; 17 May 2000: Name listed as RICHARD H OVITT

BURIAL:  Findagrave.com
Richard Henry Ovitt
Birth:  May 15, 1920, Danville, Caledonia Co., VT
Death:  Apr 28, 2000, Waterford, Caledonia Co., VT
Burial:  Passumpsic Cemetery, Passumpsic, Caledonia Co., VT
Tombstone photo on
memorial.
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Notes for Carol A OWEN


BURIAL:  Saint Bridget Cemetery, Westford Township, Richland Co., WI
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~richlandwi/StBridget/StBridgetal.html
HARRISON, Carol A. OWEN            1913 2000
Ms with Frank. Married Frank H.
Harrison.
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Notes for Hiram Roscoe OWEN


ORIGINAL SOURCE:  Janet Baker, via Post-em 14 Sep 2011

s/o Hobart Franklin Owen and Myrtle Rose Hensley

DEATH:  Social Security Death Index
Name:	Hiram R. Owen
Last Residence:	65653  Forsyth, Taney, Missouri, United States ofAmerica
Born:	16 Dec 1922
Died:	12 Apr 2004
State (Year) SSN issued:	Missouri (1961)

DEATH:  U.S., Social Security Applications and Claims Index, 1936-2007 
Name: 	Hiram R Owen
Gender: 	Male
Birth Date: 	16 Dec 1922
Birth Place: 	Proten Taney, Missouri
Death Date: 	12 Apr 2004
Father: 	Hobart F Owen
Mother: 	Myrtle Hensley
Disability Status: 	Disability denied - no record of type.
Type of Claim: 	Original SSN.
Notes: 	Oct 1961: Name listed as HIRAM R OWEN

BURIAL:  Findagrave.com
Hiram Roscoe "H.R." Owen
Birth:  Dec 16, 1922
Death:  Apr 12, 2004
Buried: Ozarks Memorial Park, Branson, Taney Co., MO
Tombstone photo on
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Notes for Lela Lee OWEN


DEATH:  Social Security Death Index.Lela Keller.  Birth: 25 Oct 1893.Death: Mar 1970.  Residence of
Record: Scottsboro, Jackson Co., ALCard issued in:  AL

Alabama Statewide Deaths 1908-1974.  FamilySearch IGI Microfilm
Name: Lela Lee Keller
Death date: 11 Mar 1970
Death place: Scottsboro, Jackson, Alabama
Gender: Female
Age at death: 76y
Estimated birth year: 1894
Father's name: Joseph Owen
Mother's name: Theora Owen
Film number: 2033355
Reference number: 6428
Collection: Alabama Statewide Deaths
1908-1974
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Notes for Purl Leroy OWEN


MILITARY:  WWI Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918
Purl Leroy Owen registered in Stark Co., ND 5 Sept 1918.
Birth:  Oct 7, 1882
Native born
Occupation:  Cook - Villard Hotel, Stark, ND
Nearest relative:  Jermie Owen, Lupe City, NE
Signed:  Purl Leroy Owen
Registrar's report:    Short with slender build, grey eyes and light hair.
No physical disqualifications
noted.
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Notes for Rebecca OWEN


BURIAL:  Greene County, TN - Cemeteries - Ood St. James CemeteryRebecca Freshour, (1827-1909) 
A-1.htty:ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tn/greene/cemeteries/oldstjames.txt
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Notes for Amanda Elizabeth OWENS


DEATH:  Alabama Death Index, 1908-1959.  Amanda E. Keller, d. Oct 1938in Marshall Co., AL.  Cert #: 
23257.  July 2005
DEATH:  Alabama Statewide Deaths 1908-1974 - FamilySearch IGI
Name: Mrs. Amanda Elizabeth Keller
Death date: 1938
Death place: Grant, Marshall, Alabama
Gender: Female
Age at death: 66y 10m 14d
Estimated birth year: 1872
Spouse's name: W. R. Keller
Father's name: John Owens
Mother's name: M. Elizabeth Allen
Film number: 1908570
Reference number: cn 23257
Collection: Alabama Statewide Deaths 1908-1974

BURIAL:  Walker Cemetery, Hebron, Marshall Co., AL.  Keller, Amanda B.25 Nov 1871; D. 9 Oct 1938. 
S/S Rufus.
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Notes for Margaret Jane OWENS


Source:  S. B. Reed via email January 2003.  This gentleman had a copyfrom a page in a Family bible
owned by Margaret Jane Owens/Lonnie LeeKeller.

DEATH:  Alabama Statewide Deaths 1908-1974 - FamilySearch IGI
Name: Margaret Jane Keller
Death date: 14 Oct 1962
Death place: Scottsboro, Jackson, Alabama
Gender: Female
Age at death: 77y
Birthdate: 1 Feb 1885
Father's name: John Owens
Mother's name: Betty Allen
Cemetery name: Cedar Hill Cemetery
Burial place: Scottsboro, Ala.
Burial date: 15 Oct 1962
Film number: 1908977
Reference number: 22944
Collection: Alabama Statewide Deaths 1908-1974

BURIAL:  Findagrave.comMargaret KellerNote:  No dates on stone,just the nameBURIED:  Cedar Hill
Cemetery, Scottsboro, Jackson Co.,AL
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Notes for Richard OWENS


Did not find in KS WWI Draft Registration Index.
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Notes for Daniel Ransom PACKARD


BURIAL:  Findagrave.com
Daniel Ransom Packard
Birth:  Feb 7, 1816
Death:  5 Jul 1902
Buried:  Lake Cemetery, Saint Francis, Milwaukee Co.,
WI
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Notes for James Edmund PACKARD


BIRTH:  Vermont Birth Records, 1909-2008   (Ancestry.com)
James Edmond Packard Jr Gender: Male Birth Date: 18 Mar 1919 BirthTown: Hartford Birth County:
Windsor Mother's Maiden Name: BrownMother's Name: Daisy Mother's Birthplace: SC Mother's
Residence:Wilder Father's Name: James E. Packard Father's Birthplace: VT EventType: Certificate of
Birth

DEATH:  Vermont Death Records, 1909-2008   (Ancestry.com)
James Edmond Packard Jr Gender: Male Birth Date: 17 Mar 1919 Birth Location: Hartford, Vermont
Death Date: 23 Jul 2003 Deathplace:Inpatient Death Location: Hartford, Windsor Cause Of Death:
PulmonaryEdema Veteran: World War II Era Residence: Hartford, Vermont Spouse'sname: Beulah Emily
Irene West Mother's Maiden Name: Brown Mother'sName: Daisy Bell Father's Name: James Edmond
Packard Date Filed: 23Jul 2003 Vital Event Type: Certificate of Death

DEATH:  U.S., Social Security Applications and Claims Index, 1936-2007 
Name: 	James Edmund Packard Jr
[James Packard Jr] 
Gender: 	Male
Race: 	Black
Birth Date: 	17 Mar 1919
Birth Place: 	Wilder Winds, Vermont
Death Date: 	23 Jul 2003
Father: 	James E Packard
Mother: 	Daisy B Brown
Type of Claim: 	Original SSN.
Notes: 	Oct 1940: Name listed as JAMES EDMUND PACKARD JR; 31 Jul 2003: Name listed as JAMES EDMUND
PACKARD; 02 Aug 2003: Name listed as JAMES E PACKARD

BURIAL:  Findagrave.com
James Edmond Packard, Jr.
Birth:  17 Mar 1919
Death:  23 Jul 2003
Buried:  Christian Street Cemetery, Hartford, Windsor Co., VT
Tombstone photo on
memorial.
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Notes for Martha Ellen PACKARD


d/o A. Mitchell and Elizabeth (Fuller) Packard

OBITUARY:  "Osage News"  [Osage, Mitchell Co., IA]  Jul 11, 1895
CEDAR AVENUE:
The funeral of Mrs Martha Tubbs, who died Friday, July 5, was held thenext day at half past ten at
the house. The deceased was sick onlyaweek. She was young and well liked by her acquaintances. She
leaves ahusband and two little girls beside her other relatives to mourn herloss. The bereaved
relatives have the sympathy of the community intheir great misfortune.
Mrs. Packard and son and daughter, of Sherburne, Minnesota, attendedthe funeral of their daughter
and sister, Mrs. Tubbs.

BURIAL:  Findagrave.com
Martha Ellen Packard Tubbs
Birth:  14 Aug 1868
Death:  5 Jul 1895
Burial:  Oak Grove Cemetery, Mitchell, Mitchell Co., IA
Personal photo on
memorial.
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Notes for Mary Ora PACKER


BURIAL:  Findagrave.comMary Ora Packer KemptonBIRTH:   May 2,1902DEATH:  Nov 23, 1999BURIED: 
Eden Cemetery, Eden, Graham Co.,AZTombstone photo on memorial.
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Notes for Gertrude H PADDOCK


CENSUS:  1915 Iowa State Census Cards:
Card #920aMarital Status: Married  Years in Iowa: 12Name: GertrudeH Taylor, 50County: Jasper;
P.O. NewtonTown: Newton; Ward: 3Extentof Education: Grammar, 8 yrs; High School: 2 yrsBirth
Place: NYChurch Affiliation: MEFather's Birthplace: NYMother's Birthplace:NY

DEATH:  Morgan's Funeral Home Records, Newton, Iowa, Book 5:Name:Taylor Gertrude H.DOD:
10-Oct-1932Place of Death: Newton, IowaPlaceof Burial: Malone, New YorkAge: 69 y 3 m 9 dDate
of Birth: 01 Jul1863Birthplace: Malone, New YorkMarital Status: Widowed Occupation:Housewife
Father & Birthplace: Alonzo PaddockMother & Birthplace:Elizabeth Hatch, Belmont, New YorkCause
of Death: ArterioSclerosis

OBITUARY:  “The Malone Farmer”   Franklin Co., NY   Wednesday, Oct 12,1932
MRS. F. M. TAYLOR
DIES SUDDENLY IN
NEWTON, IOWA
Information has been received by Malone relatives of Mrs. Fred M.Taylor, Chicago, of her death
which occurred suddenly Monday atNewton, Iowa, where she was visiting friends.
The message stated that the body will be conveyed to Malone, arrivinghere Thursday night.
Arrangements have been made for the burialservice which will be held in the chapel of Morningside
CemeteryFriday morning at 10:30 o'clock, Rev. J. R. Williams, officiating.
The announcement of Mrs. Taylor's passing will bring sadness to thehearts of many residents of
Malone, who were her devoted friends ofmany years. She was born in Malone her maiden name being
GertrudePaddock, the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Paddock, who fora long period
conducted the Franklin Hotel at the corner of West Mainand Fort Covington street.
She was united in marriage with Fred M. Taylor, Bangor and their homewas thereafter in Malone for
a number of years when Mr. Taylor wasemployed as superintendent in a local woolen mill. They later
removedto the middle west where Mr. Taylor was extensively engaged in theclothing business, with
later headquarters in Chicago. Mr. Taylor'sdeath occurred several years ago. Mrs. Taylor visited
Malone relativeslast summer and was in good health then.
Mrs. Taylor was 69 years of age and leaves two surviving daughters,Helen and Sarah Taylor who are
residents of Chicago. Mrs. E. S. Mason,Frascis street, is a niece and other near relatives here
are Mrs. C.H. Moody, John Moody, Mrs. T. T. Buttrick, Mrs. Joseph Sykes, Maloneand William Moody,
Bellmont.

BURIAL:  Findagrave.com
Gertrude H. Paddock Taylor
Birth:  Jul 1, 1863
Death:  Oct 10, 1932
Buried:  Morningside Cemetery, Malone, Franklin Co., NY
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Notes for Adolphus D PAGE


SOURCE:   C.P. Tilson.
Born in Fristad, Älvsborgs Län, Sweden, the second son of Johann August Pehrsson and Maximiliana
Charlotta Nikolausdotter, Adolph still was a "babe in arms" when his family immigrated. His
parents soon Americanized their names, becoming August Page and Charlotte Anderson.


CENSUS:  1900 US Census for NE, Merrick Co., Midland Township, E.D.#138, Sheet 10B [stamped 289B],
Dwelling/Family: 176/180, enumerated22 Jun 1900:  Page, Adolph, Head, b. Oct 1865, 34, m. 8
yrs,Sweden/Sweden/Sweden, immig. 1866, in US 33 yrs, naturalized, Farmer,Rents Farm [Ag Sked No.
196]  Lenore, Wife, 27, b. Oct 1872, 27, m. 8yrs, mother of 3 children, 2 living, WI/IL/Germany. 
Harry, Son, b.Nov 1894, 5, NE/Sweden/WI.  Oscar, Son, b. Sep 1898, 1, NE/Sweden/WI.

CENSUS:  1920 US Census for NE, Hall Co., Washington.  E.D. 117.Enumerated:  13-14 Jan 1920. 
Dwelling/Family:  84/88.  Adolph Page,head, Rents, 55, , immig 1900, Nat. 1905, Surden
(Surdish)/Surden(Surdish)/Surden (Surdish), laborer in stock yards.  Lenora, wife,
47,WI/IL/Germany.  Merle, son, 16, NE/Surden/WI, laborer, stock yards.Hattie, dau., 15,
NE/Surden/WI.  Fred, son, 12, NE/SurdenWI.  Lela,dau., 10, NE/Surden/WI.  Four boarders, not
related.

CENSUS:  1930 US Census for NE, Hall Co., Washington.  E.D. 27.Enumerated:  14 April 1930. 
Dwelling/Family:  95/95.  Adolph Page,head, 63, m at 27, Sweden/Sweden/Sweden, immig 1868,
carpenter, salesbarn.  Leonora, wife, 58, m at 20, WI/OH/Germany.  Fred, son, 23,NE/Sweden/WI,
helper in pool hall. Lela, dau., 20, NE/Sweden/WI,helper in laundry.

OBITUARY:
"Central City Republican" [Central City, Merrick Co., NE], 27 Oct1932:A. D. Page Died SaturdayIn
Grand Island     A. D. Page, diedSaturday evening, October 22nd, at his home in Grand Island. He
wasborn October 9, 1965, in Sweden, and came with his parents to Illinoiswhen a baby.     Later
the family moved to Hamilton county, Nebraskaand he was married in 1892 to Miss Le Nora Nichols at
Chapman. Sixchildren were born to his union: Harry, Merrow [sic], Fred and Lila,all of Grand
Island, Oscar Page and Mrs. Hattie Spencer of LosAngeles, Cal.     Others who survive are his
brother, John Page ofCentral City, four sisters, Mrs. H. H. Hudnall, Mrs. Allie Lear andMrs. Carl
Olson of this city and Mrs. Charlotte Trobee of Omaha.Funeral services were held from the Evans
Funeral home in Grand IslandTuesday.BURIAL:  Findagrave.com
Adolph D. Page
Birth: Oct 8, 1865
Death:  Oct 22, 1932
Buried:  Chapman Cemetery, Chapman, Merrick Co., NE
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Notes for Ahnawake Alma Jean PAGE


d/o Luther Leroy Page & Ruby Violet Scott.

DEATH:  Social Security Death Index.  Ama Jean Demarest.   Died 25 Feb1994 in Lewis Co., WA.

DEATH:  WA Death Index located at  Ancestry.com:  Name: Ama J Demarest.  Placeof Death: Lewis. 
Date of Death: 25 Feb 1994.  Residence: Lewis.  Gender: F.  Certificate: 004014.  Oct 2004

DEATH:  U.S., Social Security Applications and Claims Index, 1936-2007
Name: 	Ama Jean Demarest
[Amajean Demarest] 
[Ama Jean Page] 
Gender: 	Female
Race: 	White
Birth Date: 	16 Jul 1931
Birth Place: 	Grove Unk, Oklahoma
[Grove, Oklahoma] 
Death Date: 	25 Feb 1994
Father: 	Luther Page
Mother: 	Ruby Scott
Type of Claim: 	Original SSN.
Relationship of Signature: 	Not signed, SSA prepared.
Additional Information: 	Birth record established before age of 5.
Notes: 	28 Jan 1976: Name listed as AMA JEAN DEMAREST; 26 Feb 1976: Name listed as AMAJEAN
DEMAREST
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Notes for Carolee Rose PAGE


OBITUARY:  Lexington Clipper-Herald, Lexington, NE Tuesday, January 26, 2016

Carolee R. Tilson, age 72 of Omaha passed away January 22, 2016, at Bergan Mercy Hospital in
Omaha. Carol was born November 21, 1943 at Grand Island, Nebraska to Merle and Mary (Beyer) Page.
Carol graduated from Grand Island High School with the class of 1961. She went on to earn her
teaching degree from Kearney State College. 

On August 3, 1968 she married Robert Tilson at Grand Island. They lived in Omaha where she taught
at Westside High School. They moved to Lexington in 1973 and she taught English at Lexington High
School and then went to work at the Lexington Clipper Herald. In 1983, Carol and Robert moved back
to Omaha. She was a freelance journalist for Midlands Business Journal and the Omaha Medical
Society. She also worked for Maids International. 

Carol enjoyed genealogy, gardening and planting flowers. Her schnauzers, Brandy, Corbin and
Jeremiah and rescue dog, Carrie, were very special to her. Through the years, she also enjoyed
antiquing. She was preceded in death by her parents; mother and father in law, Jane and Russell
Tilson; and nephews, Thomas Tucker and Donald DeMoss. 

Survivors include her husband, Robert of Omaha; sisters-in-law and their spouses, Lola (David)
Rule of LaVista, Connie (Ronald) Capron of Johnstown, CO, Cheryl (Preston) Adams of Elwood,
Candice (Robert) Loghry of LaVista; brother-in-law and his spouse, Charles (Charlene) Tilson of
Elwood and many nieces, nephews and extended family. 

A memorial has been established in her memory. Online condolences may be shared at
berrymanfuneralhome.com. Services will be Wednesday, January 27, 2016 at 11:00 a.m. at Our
Redeemer Lutheran Church in Elwood with Pastor Michael Wolff officiating. Burial will be at the
Elwood Cemetery. Visitation will be Tuesday from 4 pm to 8 pm at the church in Elwood. Berryman
Funeral Home in Cozad is in charge of arrangements. 

BURIAL:  Findagrave.com
Carol Rose Page Tilson
Birth:  Nov 21, 1943
Death:  Jan 22, 2016
Buried:  Elwood Cemetery, Elwood, Gosper Co.,
NE
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Notes for Earl Ray PAGE


MILITARY:  Did Not find him in the WWI Draft Registration Card Index,1917-1918
Did not find him in the WWII Draft Registration Card index, 1942.

DEATH:  Social Security Death Index: Name: Earl Page.  Born: 2 May1890.  Died: Jul 1977.  Last
Residence: Zip 85364, Yuma, Yuma Co, AZ.Card issued California [Before 1951]
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Notes for Eliza Eveline PAGE


Daughter of Willis and Elizabeth Page
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Notes for Fred August PAGE


CENSUS:  1910 US Census for NE, Polk Co., Pleasant Home Precinct, E.D.#111, Sheet 6B [stamped 70B],
Dwelling #135, Family #136, enumerated27 Apr 1910:  Page, Adolph, Head, 44, m. 17 yrs, b. Sweden,
f/bSweden, m/b Sweden, immigrated 1866, Farmer, General Farm, Employee,Rents Farm.  Lenora, Wife,
37, mother of 7, 6 living, WI/IL/Germany.Harry, Son, 15, NE/Sweden/WI, Farm Laborer, Working Out,
Attended School.  Walter, Son, 13, NE/Sweden/WI, Dead. Given through mistakes.*Oscar, Son, 11,
NE/Sweden/WI. Attended School.  Merril, Son, 7,NE/Sweden/WI, Attended School.  Hattie, Daughter,
5, NE/Sweden/WI.Fred, Son, 2, NE/Sweden/WI.  Lela, Daughter, 1/12, NE/Sweden/WI.*Thisis one of
the strangest censuses I've ever seen -- with a short-livedchild being listed more than a decade
after he died. Walter b. 26 Oct1896, d. 18 Feb 1898, per tombstone in Chapman Cemetery,
Chapman,Merrick Co., NE.

CENSUS:  1920 US Census for NE, Hall Co., Washington.  E.D. 117.Enumerated:  13-14 Jan 1920. 
Dwelling/Family:  84/88.  Adolph Page,head, Rents, 55, , immig 1900, Nat. 1905, Surden
(Surdish)/Surden(Surdish)/Surden (Surdish), laborer in stock yards.  Lenora, wife,
47,WI/IL/Germany.  Merle, son, 16, NE/Surden/WI, laborer, stock yards.Hattie, dau., 15,
NE/Surden/WI.  Fred, son, 12, NE/SurdenWI.  Lela,dau., 10, NE/Surden/WI.  Four boarders, not
related.

CENSUS:  1930 US Census for NE, Hall Co., Washington.  E.D. 27.Enumerated:  14 April 1930. 
Dwelling/Family:  95/95.  Adolph Page,head, 63, m at 27, Sweden/Sweden/Sweden, immig 1868,
carpenter, salesbarn.  Leonora, wife, 58, m at 20, WI/OH/Germany.  Fred, son, 23,NE/Sweden/WI,
helper in pool hall. Lela, dau., 20, NE/Sweden/WI,helper in laundry.

DEATH:  Social Security Death Index. Fred Page, Birth:  6 Oct 1907.Death:  Oct 1970.  Residence of
record:  Grand Island, Hall, NE.  Cardissued in NE (Bef 1951)

OBITUARY:  "Grand Island Daily Independent" [Grand Island, Hall Co., NE], Thursday, 8 Oct 1970:
Fred Page Dies; Funeral
Services to Be Monday
  Fred Page, an employe of Meves Bowl, died Thursday afternoon in a local hospital. He had been
seriously ill for two weeks. The family home is at 261 S. Kimball.
  Funeral services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Monday morning in the chapel of the
Livingston-Sondermann Funeral Home. Interment will be in Westlawn Memorial Park Cemetery. The
rosary will be recited at 7 Sunday evening in the chapel of the funeral home. Visitations may be
made after 4 Sunday at the funeral home.
  Mr. Page was born Oct. 7 [sic], 1907, at Central City to Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Page. He attended
the rural schools of Merrick County and completed his schooling in Grand Island. He had been
employed in Grand Island for several years at Meves Bowl.
  Mr. Page was baptized in the Catholic faith.
  He and Miss Mathilda Deitring were married Jan 29, 1933, at Papillion. They had made their home
in Grand Island.
  Mr. Page is survived by his widow, Tillie; two sons, Gary of Grand Island and Bruce of Hastings;
two brothers, Harry and Merle Page, both of Grand Island; two sisters, Mrs. Michael Gephart of
Grand Island and Mrs. Harriet Kranz of Norwalk, Calif., and two grandchildren. He was preceded in
death by his parents and two brothers, Walter and Arnold Page.

BURIAL:  Findagrave.com
Fred August Page
Birth:  Oct 6, 1907
Death:  Oct 8, 1970
Buried:  Westlawn Memorial Cemetery, Grand Island, Hall Co.,
NE
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Notes for Harriet PAGE


CENSUS:  1910 US Census for NE, Polk Co., Pleasant Home Precinct, E.D.#111, Sheet 6B [stamped 70B],
Dwelling #135, Family #136, enumerated27 Apr 1910:  Page, Adolph, Head, 44, m. 17 yrs, b. Sweden,
f/bSweden, m/b Sweden, immigrated 1866, Farmer, General Farm, Employee,Rents Farm.  Lenora, Wife,
37, mother of 7, 6 living, WI/IL/Germany.Harry, Son, 15, NE/Sweden/WI, Farm Laborer, Working Out,
Attended School.  Walter, Son, 13, NE/Sweden/WI, Dead. Given through mistakes.*Oscar, Son, 11,
NE/Sweden/WI. Attended School.  Merril, Son, 7,NE/Sweden/WI, Attended School.  Hattie, Daughter,
5, NE/Sweden/WI.Fred, Son, 2, NE/Sweden/WI.  Lela, Daughter, 1/12, NE/Sweden/WI.*Thisis one of
the strangest censuses I've ever seen -- with a short-livedchild being listed more than a decade
after he died. Walter b. 26 Oct1896, d. 18 Feb 1898, per tombstone in Chapman Cemetery,
Chapman,Merrick Co., NE.

CENSUS:  1920 US Census for NE, Hall Co., Washington.  E.D. 117.Enumerated:  13-14 Jan 1920. 
Dwelling/Family:  84/88.  Adolph Page,head, Rents, 55, , immig 1900, Nat. 1905, Surden
(Surdish)/Surden(Surdish)/Surden (Surdish), laborer in stock yards.  Lenora, wife,
47,WI/IL/Germany.  Merle, son, 16, NE/Surden/WI, laborer, stock yards.Hattie, dau., 15,
NE/Surden/WI.  Fred, son, 12, NE/SurdenWI.  Lela,dau., 10, NE/Surden/WI.  Four boarders, not
related.
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Notes for Harry Everett PAGE


CENSUS:  1900 US Census for NE, Merrick Co., Midland Township, E.D.#138, Sheet 10B [stamped 289B],
Dwelling #176, Family #180, enumerated22 Jun 1900:  Page, Adolph, Head, b. Oct 1865, 34, m. 8 yrs,
b.Sweden, f/b Sweden, m/b Sweden, immig. 1866, in US 33 yrs,naturalized, Farmer, Rents Farm [Ag
Sked #196]  Lenore, Wife, 27, b.Oct 1872, 27, m. 8 yrs, mother of 3 children, 2 living,
WI/IL/Germany.Harry, Son, b.  Nov 1894, 5, NE/Sweden/WI.  Oscar, Son, b. Sep 1898,1, NE/Sweden/WI.

CENSUS:  1910 US Census for NE, Polk Co., Pleasant Home Precinct, E.D.#111, Sheet 6B [stamped
70B], Dwelling #135, Family #136, enumerated27 Apr 1910:  Page, Adolph, Head, 44, m. 17 yrs, b.
Sweden, f/bSweden, m/b Sweden, immigrated 1866, Farmer, General Farm, Employee,Rents Farm. 
Lenora, Wife, 37, mother of 7, 6 living, WI/IL/Germany.Harry, Son, 15, NE/Sweden/WI, Farm Laborer,
Working Out, Attended School.  Walter, Son, 13, NE/Sweden/WI, Dead. Given through mistakes.*Oscar,
Son, 11, NE/Sweden/WI. Attended School.  Merril, Son, 7, NE/Sweden/WI, Attended School.  Hattie,
Daughter, 5, NE/Sweden/WI. Fred, Son, 2, NE/Sweden/WI.  Lela, Daughter, 1/12, NE/Sweden/WI.*This
is one of the strangest censuses I've ever seen -- with a short-livedchild being listed more than
a decade after he died. Walter b. 26 Oct1896, d. 18 Feb 1898, per tombstone in Chapman Cemetery,
Chapman,Merrick Co., NE.

MILITARY:  WWI Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918.  Harry Edward Page registered in Hall Co., NE
on 5 Jun 1917.  Birth date:  6 Nov 1893.Birth place:  NE (city obliterated).  Occupation:  Butcher
in GrandIsland, NE.  He is married and requests exemption for support offamily.  Signed:  Harry
Edward Page.  Registrar's report:  Medium inheight and build, blue eyes and light hair.  No
physicaldisqualifications noted.

DEATH:  Social Security Death Index. Harry Page, Birth:  6 Nov 1894.Death:  Feb 1978.  Residence
of record:  Grand Island, Hall, NE.  Card issued in NE (Bef 1951)

OBITUARY:  "Grand Island Daily Independent" [Grand Island, Hall Co., NE], Feb 1978:
Harry Page
  Harry E. Page, 83, 1003 W. Sixth, died Thursday in a Grand Island hospital after a lingering
illness.
  Services will be 1:30 p.m. Monday in Livingston-Sondermann funeral home with the Rev. Charles
Olson officiating. Burial will be in Grand Island Cemetery.
  Visitation will be 4-8 p.m. Sunday at the funeral home. Memorials are suggested to First
Presbyterian Church.
  Mr. Page was born Nov. 6, 1894, in Chapman [sic], the son of Adolph and Lenora Nicholad [sic,
Nichols] Page. He was educated at Chapman and employed by Fairmont Creamery Co. Later he became
manager of Rockwell Bowling Alley and later managed the Liederkranz bowling lanes. He retired in
1963.
  He and Eva Williamson were married in 1916 and she died in 1932. He and Marjorie Griffin were
married in 1951 in Cozad and they had lived in Grand Island since their marriage.
  He had belonged to the Liederkranz Society, Elks and Platte-Deutsche Society.
  Survivors include his widow; a daughter, Phyllis Alberti of St. Libory; two sisters, Lela
Gephardt of Grand Island and Sue Kranz of Norwalk, Calif; a grandson and a great-grandchild.
  He was preceded in death by four brothers.

BURIAL:  Findagrave.com
Harry Everett Page
Birth:  Nov 6, 1898
Death:  Feb 23, 1978
Buried:  Grand Island Cemetery, Grand Island, Hall Co., NE
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Notes for Lela Margaret PAGE


CENSUS:  1910 US Census for NE, Polk Co., Pleasant Home Precinct, E.D.#111, Sheet 6B [stamped 70B],
Dwelling #135, Family #136, enumerated27 Apr 1910:  Page, Adolph, Head, 44, m. 17 yrs, b. Sweden,
f/bSweden, m/b Sweden, immigrated 1866, Farmer, General Farm, Employee,Rents Farm.  Lenora, Wife,
37, mother of 7, 6 living, WI/IL/Germany.Harry, Son, 15, NE/Sweden/WI, Farm Laborer, Working Out,
Attended School.  Walter, Son, 13, NE/Sweden/WI, Dead. Given through mistakes.*Oscar, Son, 11,
NE/Sweden/WI. Attended School.  Merril, Son, 7,NE/Sweden/WI, Attended School.  Hattie, Daughter,
5, NE/Sweden/WI.Fred, Son, 2, NE/Sweden/WI.  Lela, Daughter, 1/12, NE/Sweden/WI.*Thisis one of
the strangest censuses I've ever seen -- with a short-livedchild being listed more than a decade
after he died. Walter b. 26 Oct1896, d. 18 Feb 1898, per tombstone in Chapman Cemetery,
Chapman,Merrick Co., NE.

CENSUS:  1920 US Census for NE, Hall Co., Washington.  E.D. 117.Enumerated:  13-14 Jan 1920. 
Dwelling/Family:  84/88.  Adolph Page,head, Rents, 55, , immig 1900, Nat. 1905, Surden
(Surdish)/Surden(Surdish)/Surden (Surdish), laborer in stock yards.  Lenora, wife,
47,WI/IL/Germany.  Merle, son, 16, NE/Surden/WI, laborer, stock yards.Hattie, dau., 15,
NE/Surden/WI.  Fred, son, 12, NE/SurdenWI.  Lela,dau., 10, NE/Surden/WI.  Four boarders, not
related.

CENSUS:  1930 US Census for NE, Hall Co., Washington.  E.D. 27.Enumerated:  14 April 1930. 
Dwelling/Family:  95/95.  Adolph Page,head, 63, m at 27, Sweden/Sweden/Sweden, immig 1868,
carpenter, salesbarn.  Leonora, wife, 58, m at 20, WI/OH/Germany.  Fred, son, 23,NE/Sweden/WI,
helper in pool hall. Lela, dau., 20, NE/Sweden/WI,helper in laundry.

DEATH:  Social Security Death Index. Lela Gephart, Birth:  8 May 1910.Death: 25 May 2002. 
Residence of record:  Grand Island, Hall, NE.Card issued in NE (Bef 1951)

OBITUARY:  "Grand Island Independent" [Grand Island, Hall Co., NE], 26May 2002:Local Deaths: Lela
Gephardt     Lela M. Gephardt, 92, ofGrand Island, died Saturday, May 25, 2002, at Wedgewood Care
Center inGrand Island.     Graveside services will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday at theGrand Island City
Cemetery. The Rev. Richard Karohl will officiate.Visitation will be from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m.
Tuesday atLivingston-Sondermann Funeral Home.     Mrs. Gephardt was born March8, 1910, at Polk to
Adolph and Lenora [Nichols] Page. She attendedDistrict 74 School.     She married Michael
Gephardt on May 23, 1947,at Cheyenne, Wyo. They lived in Grand Island.     She worked at
ModelLaundry for 32 years. She worked for Skagway for 20 years and wasrecognized by the company
for her contribution. She enjoyedtraveling.     She was a member of Faith United Methodist Church
andhad been active in the Eagles and VFW.     Survivors include two nieces, Carol Tilson of Omaha
and Carol Page of Grand Island; and two nephews, Bruce Page of Las Vegas and Louie Spencer of
California.She was preceded in death by her husband; brothers, Merle, Fred, Harryand infant Arnold
Page; and a sister, Harriet Page.

BURIAL:  Findagrave.com
Lela Margaret Page Gephardt
Birth:  Mar 8, 1910
Death:  May 25, 2002
Buried:  Grand Island Cemetery, Grand Island Hall Co., NE
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Notes for Mary E PAGE


BURIAL:  West Broadway Cemetery, Lincoln, Penobscot Co.,
ME.http://danaraepelletier.tripod.com/westbroadwayE-H.html
GRINDELL
John E 1882 - Sept 22 1971 88y 28d
Maude L 1886 - 1965
J. Francis Pcvt US Army WWII May 29 1914 - Apr 20 1991
Mary E 1918
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Notes for Merle Orson PAGE


CENSUS:  1910 US Census for NE, Polk Co., Pleasant Home Precinct, E.D.#111, Sheet 6B [stamped 70B],
Dwelling/Family:  135/136, enumerated 27Apr 1910:  Page, Adolph, Head, 44, m. 17 yrs,
Sweden/Sweden/Sweden, immigrated 1866, Farmer, General Farm, Employee, Rents Farm.  Lenora,Wife,
37, mother of 7, 6 living, WI/IL/Germany.  Harry, Son, 15, NE/Sweden/WI, Farm Laborer, Working
Out, Attended School.  Walter,Son, 13, NE/Sweden/WI, Dead. Given through mistakes.*  Oscar,
Son,11, NE/Sweden/WI. Attended School.  Merril, Son, 7, NE/Sweden/WI,Attended School.  Hattie,
Daughter, 5, NE/Sweden/WI.  Fred, Son, 2,NE/Sweden/WI.  Lela, Daughter, 1/12, NE/Sweden/WI.*This
is one of the strangest censuses I've ever seen -- with a short-lived child being listed more than
a decade after he died. Walter b. 26 Oct 1896, d. 18 Feb 1898, per tombstone in Chapman Cemetery,
Chapman, Merrick Co., NE.

CENSUS:  1920 US Census for NE, Hall Co., Washington.  E.D. 117. Enumerated:  13-14 Jan 1920. 
Dwelling/Family:  84/88.  Adolph Page, head, Rents, 55, , immig 1900, Nat. 1905, Surden
(Surdish)/Surden(Surdish)/Surden (Surdish), laborer in stock yards.  Lenora, wife, 47,
WI/IL/Germany.  Merle, son, 16, NE/Surden/WI, laborer, stock yards. Hattie, dau., 15,
NE/Surden/WI.  Fred, son, 12, NE/SurdenWI.  Lela, dau., 10, NE/Surden/WI.  Four boarders, not
related.

CENSUS:  1930 US Census for NE, Hall Co., Grand Island.  E.D. 9. Enumerated:  2 Apr 1930. 
Dwelling/Family:  6/6.  Page, Merle O.,lodger, 27, NE/NE/NE, foreman, oil & gas mechanic.

DEATH:  Social Security Death Index.  Merle Page, Birth:  11 Feb 1903. Death:  Feb 1977. 
Residence of record:  Grand Island, Hall, NE. Card issued in NE.

OBITUARY:  "Grand Island Daily Independent" [Grand Island, Hall Co.,NE], 17 Nov 1977:Local
Deaths: Merle Page     Merle O. Page, 74, of 222 E. 15th Street, died Thursday in a local
hospital.     Services will be held Saturday at 10 a.m. in Livingston-Sondermann Funeral Home,
with the Rev. Irvin Burlison officiating. Burial will be in Chapman Cemetery.     Visitation will
be Friday from 4-8 p.m. at the funeral home. Memorials are suggested to the Eagles Heart Fund. Mr.
Page was born Feb. 11, 1903, at Central City, to Adolph and Lenora Nichols Page. He attended
school at District 74 and Grand Island, when the family moved here in 1911.     He married Maria
Beyer on May 31,1935, at Grand Island and worked at service stations and at the ordnance plant in
World War II.     He was a member of F.O.E. Aerie 378.     Survivors include his widow; a
daughter, Mrs. Robert [Carolee] Tilson of Lexington; a brother, Harry of Grand Island; two
sisters, Mrs. Lela Gebhart [sic] of Grand Island and Mrs. Harriet Kranz of Norwalk, Calif.     He
was preceded in death by three brothers.

BURIAL:  Findagrave.com
Merle Orson Page
Birth:  Feb 11, 1903, Central City, Merrick Co., NE
Death:  Nov 17, 1977, Grand Island, Hall Co., NE
Burial:  Chapman Cemetery  Chapman Merrick County Nebraska, USA
Personal photo on memorial
Tombstone photo on
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Notes for Oscar Arnold PAGE


CENSUS:  1900 US Census for NE, Merrick Co., Midland Township, E.D.#138, Sheet 10B [stamped 289B],
Dwelling #176, Family #180, enumerated22 Jun 1900:  Page, Adolph, Head, b. Oct 1865, 34, m. 8 yrs,
b.Sweden, f/b Sweden, m/b Sweden, immig. 1866, in US 33 yrs,naturalized, Farmer, Rents Farm [Ag
Sked #196]  Lenore, Wife, 27, b.Oct 1872, 27, m. 8 yrs, mother of 3 children, 2 living,
WI/IL/Germany.Harry, Son, b.  Nov 1894, 5, NE/Sweden/WI.  Oscar, Son, b. Sep 1898,1, NE/Sweden/WI.

CENSUS:  1910 US Census for NE, Polk Co., Pleasant Home Precinct, E.D.#111, Sheet 6B [stamped
70B], Dwelling #135, Family #136, enumerated27 Apr 1910:  Page, Adolph, Head, 44, m. 17 yrs, b.
Sweden, f/bSweden, m/b Sweden, immigrated 1866, Farmer, General Farm, Employee,Rents Farm. 
Lenora, Wife, 37, mother of 7, 6 living, WI/IL/Germany.Harry, Son, 15, NE/Sweden/WI, Farm Laborer,
Working Out, Attended School.  Walter, Son, 13, NE/Sweden/WI, Dead. Given through mistakes.*Oscar,
Son, 11, NE/Sweden/WI. Attended School.  Merril, Son, 7,NE/Sweden/WI, Attended School.  Hattie,
Daughter, 5, NE/Sweden/WI.Fred, Son, 2, NE/Sweden/WI.  Lela, Daughter, 1/12, NE/Sweden/WI.*This
is one of the strangest censuses I've ever seen -- with a short-lived child being listed more than
a decade after he died. Walter b. 26 Oct 1896, d. 18 Feb 1898, per tombstone in Chapman Cemetery,
Chapman, Merrick Co., NE.

MILITARY:  WWI Draft Registration Card, 1917-1918.  Oscar Arnold Page registered in Hall Co., NE
on 24 Aug 1918.  Birth date:  8 Aug 1897.  Birth place:  Central City, NE.  Father's birth place: 
Stockholm, Sweden.  Occupation:  A. A. Wilson, Union Pacific Signal.  Nearestrelative:  Mrs.
lenora Page of Grand Island, NE.  Signed:  Oscar Arnold Page.  Registrar's report:  Short with a
medium build, lightblue eyes and light hair.  No physical disqualifications noted.

Note: The year of birth on Arnold's tombstone [and in online transcriptions of the California
Death Index] is wrong. The age at death provided by his mother in below obit is correct.
_________

OBITUARY:  "Grand Island Daily Independent" [Grand Island, Hall Co., NE], Tuesday, 27 Mar 1951, p.
2:

Oscar Page, Former
Islander, Dies on Coast
  Word of the death of a son, Oscar A. Page, has been received by Mrs. Lenora Page, 111 South
Clark.
  Mr. Page, 53, died suddenly Friday of a heart attack at his home in San Diego, Ca., where he had
been a resident for the past 30 years. He formerly resided in Grand Island.
  Surviving, in addition to his mother, are his wife Isabelle, two sons and a daughter, all of San
Diego; three brothers, Fred, Merle and Harry Page, all of Grand Island; two sisters, Harriett
Chapman, Puento [sic*], Cal., and Lela Gephardt, Grand Island; and several nieces and nephews.
  He was preceded in death by his father, Adolph Page, and a brother, Walter Page.
  Funeral services were conducted today in San Diego.
*Puente, Los Angeles Co., CA

BURIAL:  Findagrave.com
Oscar Arnold Page
Birth:  Sept 26 1898
Death:  Mar 23, 1951
Buried:  Mount Hope Cemetery, San Diego, San Diego Co., CA
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Notes for Walter PAGE


CENSUS:  1910 US Census for NE, Polk Co., Pleasant Home Precinct, E.D.111, Sheet 6B [stamped 70B],
Dwelling #135, Family #136, enumerated27 Apr 1910:  Page, Adolph, Head, 44, m. 17 yrs, b. Sweden,
f/bSweden, m/b Sweden, immigrated 1866, Farmer, General Farm, Employee,Rents Farm.  Lenora, Wife,
37, mother of 7, 6 living, WI/IL/Germany.Harry, Son, 15, NE/Sweden/WI, Farm Laborer, Working Out,
Attended School.  Walter, Son, 13, NE/Sweden/WI, Dead. Given through mistakes.*Oscar, Son, 11,
NE/Sweden/WI. Attended School.  Merril, Son, 7,NE/Sweden/WI, Attended School.  Hattie, Daughter,
5, NE/Sweden/WI.Fred, Son, 2, NE/Sweden/WI.  Lela, Daughter, 1/12, NE/Sweden/WI.
*This is one of the strangest censuses I've ever seen -- with a short-lived child being listed
more than a decade after he died. Walter b. 26 Oct 1896, d. 18 Feb 1898, per tombstone in Chapman
Cemetery, Chapman, Merrick Co., NE.

OBITUARY:  From "The NonPareil" [Central City, Merrick Co., NE], 24 Feb 1898, p. 8:The funeral
services of the youngest son of Adolph Page, who was accidently scalded to death, was held at the
Baptist Church Friday, Rev. Miller officiating. The remains were interred in the Chapman cemetery.

BURIAL:  Findagrave.com
Walter Page
Birth:  Oct 26, 1896
Death:  Feb 18, 1898
Buried:  Chapman Cemetery, Chapman, Merrick Co., NE
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Notes for Helen PAGEN


BURIAL:  Iowa Cemetery Records (Ancestry)
Name:	Helen L. Hawes
Death Date:	24 Feb 1916
Page #:	72
Birth Date:	1843
Cemetery:	Phelps
Town:	Decorah
Relative:	73
Level Info:	Tombstone Records of Winneshiek
County
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Notes for Mary Ellen PAGEN


Daughter of Joel Pagen and Harriette Augusta Chizbee

BURIAL:   FindaGrave.com
Mary Ellen Pagen Hawes
Birth:  1847
Death:  25 May 1872
Wife of G.W. Hawes
ae 25 yrs
Burial:  Frankville Cemetery, Frankville, Winneshiek Co., IA
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Notes for Charles Cutler PAIGE


BURIAL:  Findagrave.com
Charles Cutler Paige
Birth:  Nov 25, 1870
Death:  Oct 7, 1915
Buried:  Glendale Cemetery, Akron, Summit Co.,
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Notes for Albert I PAINE


BURIAL:  Find-a-Grave. com
Albert I. Paine
Birth:   1896
DEath:  1968
Buried:  Bushy Hill Cemetery, Simsbury, Hartford Co., CT
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Notes for Chester Arthur PAINE


CENSUS:  1870 US Census for NY, Monroe Co., Pittsford, Pittsford P.O.,p. 510A, Dwelling/Family 41,
enumerated 13 Jun 1870:   Paine, Chester,22, Farm Laborer, NY.   Phebe, 19, NY.  Dusenberry, John,
30, FarmLaborer, NY.  Farlis, Mary, 33, Domestic Serv't, Ireland.

In 1880 Chester Paine, 33, married [no wife around], was living withhis parents, Seth & Julia, in
Pittsfield, Monroe Co., NY. He still wasthere in 1900, married for 18 years to a Josephine. In
1910 bothChester and Josephine said  m1 29 yrs.

BURIAL:  Findagrave.com
Chester Arthur Paine
Birth: 1848
Death:  1926
Buried:  Pittsford Cemetery, Pittsford, Monroe Co., NY
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Notes for Clarissa PAINE


SOURCE:  "Genealogy of the Potter Family Originating in Rhode Island"Rev. Jeremiah Potter,
Phenix, R.I., John H. Campbell, Book and Job Printer 1881. p.  89

d/o Seril Paine and Phebe Cole

BURIAL:  Findagrave.com
Clara Paine Arnold
Birth:  1855
Death:  Jan 27, 1929
Buried:  Acotes Hill Cemetery, Glocester, Providence Co., RI
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Notes for Edna PAINE


CENSUS:  1880 US Census for NY, Monroe Co., Rochester, E.D. 79, p.135C, Dwelling/Family:  47/57, 1?
James Street, enumerated 2 Jun 1880:Davis, J. W., 60, NY/NY/MA.  L. C., 57, Wife, Keeping
House,NY/VT/NJ.  Paine, Edna, 8, Grand Daughter, NY/NY/NY.   Plus eightboarders and two servants.

CENSUS:  1900 US Census for IL, Cook Co., 32nd Ward, Chicago, HydePark Township, E.D. 1029, Sheet
18B, Dwelling/Family:  133/320, 5002Calumet Avenue, enumerated 11 June 1900:   Doolittle, Edna,
Head, b.Jun 1874, 26, Wd, mother of 2 children, 2 living, NY/NY/NY, RentsHouse [actually
apartment].  Frances, Daughter, b. Mar 1894, 6,MI/VT/NY, At Kindergarten.  Olive, Daughter, b. Feb
1896, 4, MI/VT/NY.Davis, Lydia, Grandmother, b. Oct 1823, 76, Wd, NY/VT/NJ.  Plus threeLodgers

CENSUS:  1910 US Census for IL, Cook Co., Chicago Ward 3.  E.D. 235.Enumerated:  29 Apr 1910. 
Dwelling/Family:  92/165.  Edna Doolittle,head, 35, Wd, 2 children, 2 living, NY/NY/NY, matron in
privateschool.  Frances, dau., 16, MI/NY/NY.  Olive, dau., 14, MI/NY/NY.

CENSUS:  1920 US Census for IL, Cook Co., Chicago Ward 31.  E.D. 1867.Enumerated:  9 Jan 1920. 
Dwelling/Family:  117/208.  Harvey Exner,head, 25, IL/Germany/Bohemia, Telephone Co., accountant.
Olive, wife,23, MI/MA/NY.  Stanton, son, 3 6/12, IL/IL/MI.  Edna Doolittle,mother-in-law, 43, Wd,
NY/PA/NY, matron in school.

CENSUS:  1930 US Census for IL, Cook Co., Chicago (Districts 501-750),E.D. 661.  Enumerated:  14
Apr 1930.  Dwelling/Family:  245/351.  EdnaDoolittle, housekeeper, 55, Wd, NY/NYNY, Housework,
private family.(In home of Louis Bluem & family.)

DEATH:  Illinois Statewide Death Index, 1916-1950:  Doolittle, Edna,Cert. #0033092, d. 1948-11-17,
Cook, Chicago.

BURIAL:  Findagrave.com
Edna Paine Doolittle
Birth:  1874
Death:  1948
Buried:  Mount Hope Cemetery, Chicago, Cook Co., IL
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Notes for Emeline Frances PAINE


BURIAL:  Smith, Emeline Frances (Paine), 1817 - 3 Mar 1894   SwanPoint Cemetery, Providence 
[PV003]   Rhode Island Historical CemeteryTranscription Project.
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Notes for Emma PAINE


BURIAL:  Findagrave.com
Emma Paine Hungerford
Birth:  Unk
Death:  Oct 10, 1956
Buried:  St. Barnabas Church Cemetery, Temple Hills, Prince George's Co., MD
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Notes for Emma Leona PAINE


BURIAL:  Findagrave.com
Emma Leona Moulton
Birth:  Sept 20, 1886
Death:  Sept 12, 1951
Buried:  Pine Grove Cemetery, Dover-Foxcroft, Piscataquis Co., ME
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Notes for Florinda PAINE


BURIAL:  Findagrave.comFlorinda ColvinBIRTH:   Jul 1 1829DEATH:Dec 24 1900BURIED:  Quaker
Cemetery, Blackstone, Worcester Co., MA
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Notes for Hattie S PAINE


CENSUS:  1860 US for NY, St. Lawrence, Canton.  Series: M653  Roll:852 Page: 249.  Horace Paine is
36 years of age, born in NY and a farmer. His wife, Louisa, is 26 years of age and also born in
NY.Children are Ira W., age 4; and Hattie S., age 1.  Also listed isWilliam Collins, age 14.  No
relationship is given.
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Notes for Henry Bragg PAINE


BURIAL:  Findagrave.com
Henry Bragg Paine
Birth:  Nov 10, 1848
Death:  Jul 26 1933
Buried:  Gould Cemetery, Atkinson, Piscataquis Co., ME
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Notes for Horace W PAINE


CENSUS:  1860 US for NY, St. Lawrence, Canton.  Series: M653  Roll:852 Page: 249.  Horace Paine is
36 years of age, born in NY and a farmer. His wife, Louisa, is 26 years of age and also born in
NY.Children are Ira W., age 4; and Hattie S., age 1.  Also listed isWilliam Collins, age 14.  No
relationship is given.

BURIAL:  Findagrave.com
Horace Paine
Birth:  1823
Death:  1894
Buried:  St. Barnabas Church Cemetery, Temple Hills, Prince George's Co., MD
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Notes for Ira Wallace PAINE


CENSUS:  1860 US for NY, St. Lawrence, Canton.  Series: M653  Roll:852 Page: 249.  Horace Paine is
36 years of age, born in NY and a farmer. His wife, Louisa, is 26 years of age and also born in
NY.Children are Ira W., age 4; and Hattie S., age 1.  Also listed isWilliam Collins, age 14.  No
relationship is given.

BURIAL:  Findagrave.com
Ira Wallace Paine
Birth:  1857
Death:  Nov 16, 1923
Buried:  Epiphany Cemetery, Forestville, Prince George's Co., MD
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Notes for Mary PAINE


DEATH:  Deaths Registered in Franklin, Norfolk County, in the Year1867. -- A. A. Russegue,
Registrar, p.p. 190-191:
Date of Death: Nov. 7Name of Deceased: f* Mary ColvinAge: 60y,11mSex and Condition: Widow F
Name of Parents or Husband: James &Lydia PainePlace of Birth: MendonCause of Death: Probably
"Organic",possibly Consumption**Informant: Henry BemisBirthplace of Parents:MendonFather:
MendonMother: Smithfield, RI
* f = Interment Holden [per footnote]**Blurry image. It's probablythe symbol used for "Organic"
but possibly could be a ditto mark for"Consumption," the cause of death directly above.
Norfolk County, MA Probate Index 1793-1900 (Ancestry).  Given Name:Mary Surname:  Colvin.  Year: 
1868.  Residence:  Franklin .  Natureof the Document:	Administration
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Notes for Warren PALMATIER


BURIAL:  Find a Grave.  West Avon Cemetery, Avon, Hartford Co., CT.Submitted by Avon Free Public
Library.  Tombstone picture available aswell.
Inscription:   Warren C. Palmatier 1851 -- 1943
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Notes for Benjamin Franklin PALMER


BURIAL:  Findagrave.com
Benjamin Franklin Palmer
Birth:  13 Feb 1803, CT
Death:  3 jan 1888
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West Williamsfield Cemetery, Williamsfield, Ashtabula Co.,
OH.
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Notes for Capitola PALMER


BIRTH:  Arizona Department of Health Services, Certificate of Birth:Unnamed female child born 11
Jul 1911 in Mesa, Maricopa Co., AZ to VanPalmer and Stella Beal.  Copy on file.

DEATH:  Arizona Department of Health Services, Certificate of Death:Capitola Colvin, b, 11 Jul
1911 in Mesa, AZ died 16 Dec 1944 fromPneumonia in Phoenix, AZ.  She was the daughter of Van
Palmer andStella Beal.

BURIAL:  Arizona Department of Health Services, Certificate of Death:Twin Buttes, 18 Dec 1944. 
Note:  According to "Cemeteries in MaricopaCounty, Pioneers Cemetery Assn."  Twin Buttes Cemetery
is Maricopa'sPotter's Field.
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Notes for Clarissa M PALMER


BURIAL:  The Rhode Island Historical Cemeteries Transcription Project.Clarissa M.  Arnold, 1847 - 5
Jun 1882.  North Burial Ground,Providence  [PV0001]
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Notes for David PALMER


Son of John Palmer and Hope...
Information  from book by  William Penn Vail, "Moses Vail ofHuntington, L.I." : showing his
descent from Joseph (2) Vail, son ofThomas Vail at Salem Massachusetts 1640, together with
collaterallines. Unknown: unknown, 1947, 526 pgs.
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Notes for Edward Herendeen PALMER


CENSUS:  1900 US Census for NY, Ontario Co., Geneva.  Series: T623Roll: 1138 Page: 157.  Edward H.
Palmer is 45 years of age, born in NYon May 1855 and he is a tin can manufacturer.  His wife,
Cornellia,was born Jan 1867 in NY.  They have been married 20 years and hadthree children, all
surviving.  Listed are Pauline R., b. June 1881 inMI; Henry A., b. Dec 1884 in NY; and Ruth, b.
Dec 1887 in NY.

"Genealogy and Biography of Ontario County, New York"

Edward H. Palmer
Edward H. Palmer, who is the head and the leading spirit of numerousenterprises of financial
importance in Geneva, Ontario county, NewYork, and its vicinity, and whose keen foresight and
unusual executiveability have been the means of greatly improving the businessprospects of the
section, is one of that class of citizens who laborearnestly to build tip the commerce and
manufactures of thecommunities in which they live and by so doing enrich and benefit theentire
country.Mr. Palmer was born in Clinton county, Iowa, May 17,1855, and acquired his early
education in the district schools of hisnative state. He came to Geneva, New York, when he was
still a boy,studied at the Nurserymen's Academy and at the Geneva high school, andwas finally
graduated from Cornell University. His college educationwas paid for entirely by himself, as he
commenced to earn his ownsubsistence from the time he was eighteen years of age. When heentered
Cornell University he devoted all his spare time and all ofhis vacations to working in the
nurseries of Geneva, and contrived tosave a sufficient sum to enable hint to take up the study of
law afterhis graduation. This study he pursued with the ardor and concentrationwhich had
characterized his earlier veers and he was admitted to thebar and practiced for one year in
Detroit, Michigan. His health,however, becoming greatly impaired by this indoor life, he
wascompelled to abandon it and go to the country near Milford, Michigan.There he was engaged in
the produce business for one year, sold thisand engaged in the wholesale lumber business for an
equal length oftime. He then formed a partnership with B. E. Rouse in the coal, grainand produce
business, which was conducted for five years in Geneva,New York, when the partnership was
dissolved. Mr. Palmer was then inthe wholesale grain business independently for some time, until
heclosed this up, in 1891. During the last few years of his conduct ofthe last named business he
organized the Geneva Preserving Company,was its treasurer and manager, continuing as manager until
1901, whenhe continued to hold his stock in the company but made E. S. Thornemanager in his stead.
Later he sold his entire holdings in thisconcern. In 1895 he organized the Empire State Can
ManufacturingCompany, for the purpose of manufacturing tin cans, and conducted thesame until he
sold the business, in 1901, to the American Can Company.He then purchased the entire stock of the
Geneva Gas Company and atthe same time was manager of five plants for the American Can
Company,dismantling three of them after a time, but operating two for theperiod of one year. In
the fall of 1901 he was one of the purchasersof the Auburn Gas Company and later became the
president and managerof both the Geneva and Auburn gas companies, a position he is holdingat the
present time. In 1903 he organized the Empire Coke Company, andlater in the same year this company
purchased the Seneca Falls &Waterloo Gaslight Company. In 1907 the Auburn Gas Company was sold
tothe Empire Coke Company, which latter practically controls theseunited interests at the present
time. Mr. Palmer also organized theEmpire Land Company, consisting of upward of one hundred acres
of landlocated at East Geneva, and surrounding the Empire Coke Company'splant. In association with
Mrs. Hoskins, Mr. Palmer bought the EastGeneva Water Company.Mr. Palmer realizes fully by
personal experiencethe difficulties which young, ambitious men without means have tocontend with
in trying to realize their ambitions, and he is everready to lend a helping hand to those who are
really in earnest intheir aspirations. Following out these ideas he has taken into hisemploy many
young men who with the assistance received from him, havebeen enabled to make a successful career.
The noble motives whichactuate him are fully appreciated by a large circle of those whom hehas
benefited directly and indirectly, and he stands high in theestimation of his fellow citizens. His
political support is given tothe Republican party, and he is a member of the Episcopal church.
Heis also a member of the following named organizations: Masonic Lodge,Kanadasaga Club, University
Club of Geneva, Transportation Club of NewYork, Cornell University Club of New York, and three
yacht clubs.Mr.Palmer married, June 25, 1880, Cornelia H. Rouse, born in New YorkCity, January
17, 1856, daughter of J. Platt Rouse, of Catskill, NewYork. Children: 1. Pauline R., born in June,
1881; was graduated fromthe Delaney School of Geneva; she married Rev. Guy P. Burleson; hasone
child, Henry, and resides in Lakota, North Dakota. 2. Henry 0.,born in August, 1884; attended the
public schools of Geneva and HobartCollege, and was graduated from Cornell University; he is now
(1910)superintendent of the Empire Coke Works at Geneva; married Mary C.Guantlett, of Ithaca, New
York, and has one daughter, Mary. 3. RuthE., born in December, 1888, was graduated from the
Delaney School inGeneva and from Miss Hall's School in Pittsfield, Massachusetts: sheresides with
her parents and is unmarried.

DEATH:  "Rochester Democrat Chronicle" Saturday, May 23, 1931
Last Rites Are Held for Edward H. Palmer
Geneva, May 22—Last rites were conducted today for Edward H. Palmer,prominent Geneva
industrialist who died In Albany Wednesday at theTrinity Episcopal Church. Rev. S H. Edsall.
rector, officiated. Burialwas in Glenwood Cemetery.Persons from throughout the state attendedthe
rites. These included E. S. Gregory of New York; C. H. B. Chapin.secretary of the Empire State Gas
and Electric Association, New York.Edward Crofts, Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation;
formerlySutherland Rochester; Mr. and Mrs. Marvel, Syracuse; Maurice Patch,Buffalo, L.V. Rose,
Libery; A.J. Grant, Walton; Gordon Meyer, Newark;Morrie Tracey, Ithaca: C. K Morris. New York. and
William J. Maler,Seneca Fails.
Honorary bearers were F. W. Whitwell. Theodore J. Smith, George M.Lewis, Wolcott J. Humphrey, F.
W. Herendeen and W. Smith O'Brien.Active bearers were Henry Coleman, Castner E. Rapalee, John
F.O'Malley, Frank J. Conboy, Clair H. Pierce of Geneva and Carl Brunt otPenn Ten.

"Amsterdam Evening Recorder" [Amserday, New York] Wednesday, 20 May1931, p. 2
Geneva Man Dies
ALBANY, May 20.—(AP)—Edward H. Palmer, 76, of Geneva, former presidentof the Empire Coke
company and the Empire Gas and Electric, company ofthat city, died today at the residence of his
daughter, Mrs. WilliamE. Sill. He came to Albany three weeks ago for a visit.He is survivedby his
widow, Mrs. Cornelia H. Palmer. a son, Henry O. Palmer, ofGeneva, and two daughters, Mrs. Sill and
Mrs.John Lindsay ofIthaca.The body will be sent tn Geneva for funeral services onFriday.

"Rochester Democrat and Chronicle"  [Rochester, Monroe Co., NY]Thursday, May 28, 1931
Geneva Financier Leaves  Estate of Over $1,000,000
Canandaigua. May 27-Bulk of an estate, estimated in value at upwardsof $1,000,000, Is bequeathed
to immediate relatives under terms of thewill of Edward Herendeen Palmer, Geneva financier, who
died in Albanyon May 20. His will was admitted to probate by Surrogate Harry I.Dunton here today,
the Geneva Trust Company and a son, Henry O. Palmerof Geneva, qualifying as executors.Henry O.
Palmer is given $100,000outright. Similar sums are left to each of two daughters, PaulineLindsay
of Ithaca and Ruth Sills of Albany. These bequests are to beheld in trust, however, and at the
death of the daughters, theprincipal is also to be retained by the trustees for the benefit
oftheir children.A bequest of $5,000 Is made to K. Clark Race ofGeneva, provided he was still
employed by testator at the time of hisdeath. Mr. Palmer was a leading figure In Geneva's
Industrial life formany years, having been one of the founders of the Empire Gas andElectric
Company.
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Notes for Edwin PALMER


SOURCE:  History of Thomas Canfield And of Matthew Camfield, With a Genealogy of Their Descendants
In New Jersey (1897).   Pgs 302  [WorldVital Records]
He was a captain in the Union army, and was wounded at the battle ofFair Oaks, Va.  He lives in
Philadelphia, Pa., and in Atlantic City,N.J.
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Notes for Elizabeth PALMER


Daughter of John Palmer and Catherine

BIRTH:  LDS FamilySearch Extracted Records - No image available
England Births and Christenings, 1538-1975
name:	Elizh. Palmer
gender:	Female
baptism/christening date:	12 Jun 1692
baptism/christening place:	Lammas with Little Hautbois, Norflk,England
father's name:	John Palmer
mother's name:	Catherine
indexing project (batch) number:	P01159-1
system origin:	England-ODM
source film number:	990050

BURIAL:
Norfolk Epitaphs:  Stratton Strawless Memorial Inscriptions
S019 M. S./ To the memory of/ Elizabeth the relict/ of WilliamHARBORD/ She was a careful wife/ a
tender mother/ and a goodneighbour/ who after a long affliction/ departed this life May 20/1771/
aged 80 years
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Notes for Emmett C PALMER


"The Wellsboro Agitator" [Wellsboro, Tioga Co., PA], 21 Jun 1933:
Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Palmer of Elkland, have moved to the home of Mrs.Palmer's mother, Mrs.
Elizabeth Hunt in Knoxville.

"The Wellsboro Agitator" [Wellsboro, Tioga Co., PA], 12 Apr 1939:
Mrs. and Mrs. Emmett Palmer and son, Dean, of Knoxville, and Mr. andMrs. Fred A. Rice and
daughter, Roxie Jane, of Elkland, spent Sundaywith Mr. and Mrs. Sumner White in Elmira. Miss
Virginia Palmer, whohad spent the week-end in Elmira, returned home with them.

"The Wellsboro Agitator" [Wellsboro, Tioga Co., PA], 24 Jun 1942:
Mrs. Emmett Palmer and children, Virginia, Dean and Terry, and Mrs.Fred A. Rice and daughter,
Roxie Jane, visited Mrs. Lena Whitenack, ofCanisteo, last week.

"The Wellsboro Agitator" [Wellsboro, Tioga Co., PA], 23 Sep 1942:
Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Palmer and family left Monday to reside inRochester.

CENSUS:  1945 Florida State Census, Precinct 23, Lake Worth, PalmBeach Co., FL, p. 6, DeWeese
Road:
Palmer, Emmett, 34, Florida, Business College, Magazine Manager.Gertrude, 40, Penn, Normal School,
Housewife.  Virginia, 16, Penn,11th Grade, Student.  Marvin Dean, 9, Penn, 3rd Grade Student. 
Terry,5, Penn, Nursery.  John, 2, N York, Nursery.

MILITARY:  U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946Emmett C Palmer Jr.  Birth Year:
1910.  Nativity State or Country:Florida.  Residence: Palm Beach, FL.  Enlistment Date: 31 May
1945.Enlistment City: Camp Blanding, FL. Branch: No branch assignment.Grade: Private.  Term of
Enlistment: Enlistment for the duration ofthe War or other emergency, plus six months, subject to
the discretionof the President or otherwise according to law.  Component: Selectees(Enlisted Men).   
Source: Civil Life.  Education: 4 years of highschool.  Civil Occupation: Opticians, lens
grinders, and polishers.Marital Status: Married

DEATH:  Florida Death Index, 1877-1998: Emmett C Palmer.  Death Date:12 Sep 1986.  County of
Death: Volusia.  State of Death: Florida. Ageat Death: 76. Birth Date: 14 May 1910

BURIAL:  Findagrave.com
Emmett C. Palmer
Birth:  1910
DEath:  1986
Buried:  Edgewater New Symrna Cemetery, Edgewater, Volusia Co., FL
Tombstone photo on
memorial.
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Notes for Hannah PALMER


BURIAL:  Find a Grave.com
Hannah Palmer Colvin
Birth: 1780, Vermont, USA
Death: 1850, Granville, Washington County,  New York, USA Daughter of Gilbert Palmer. Second wife
of Benajah Colvin.Family links: Spouse:  Benajah Colvin (1789 - 1867)Burial:  Old Quaker
Cemetery or Friends Yard, Granville, Washington County, New York, USA
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