General Notes: Death record of daughter Mary E. (Information provided by husband of Mary E.); personal notes of Thelma Louise Rugg (b 1818); 1850 census, town of Parish, Oswego, NY 017-242 (age 28); 1855 census, Parish, Oswego, NY, 549; 1860 census, Parish, Oswego, NY 302-1126 (age 41); Biographical History of Northern Michigan, 1905, p515 (died age 76); tombstone
The following were buried in a adjacent family plots at the Chase Cemetery-- Located about 5 miles north of Baldwinsville on the east side of Rt. 48 and about 1 mile north of Wright’s Corners. In the town of Lysander, Onondaga County, New York:
Stephen W. Scriber 1883-1951
Charles B. son of G&M Scriber died 13 Sept 1862, he died from wounds received in the battle of Bull Run, 29 Aug 1862, age 22 years
George Scriber died 9 Aug 1882 age 70 years
Lydia M. his wife, 22 July 1819-6 Feb 1907
Seelinda d-23 Sept 1869 age 27y; wife of Henry Scriber
Delia died age 4 months: daughter of Henry & Seelinda Scriber
Philip H. Scriber 1 May 1843-10 Nov 1915
Delia Scriber Dewitt 1848-1936
George Henry Gates died 29 May 1876, age 1 year & 2 month
Unable to locate Stephen's tombstone when visted Chase cemetery 7 Oct 1999. The tombstone is listed in the cemetery index: www.rootsweb.com/~nyononda/CEMETERY/chase.html
In Sweet's New Altas of Onondaga Co, New York, NY: Walker Bros & Co, 1874, pp 12-12a (Peter Scriber drew military lot #85 for Lysander No 1)
George Henry d-29 May 1876 age 1y-2m, buried Scriber lot
From USGen, Oswego county, web site: "Parish was nothing but woodlands with maple, pine and elm trees. At that time the water was, pure and full of salmon and many other kinds of fish. Parish was part of the Onondaga hunting grounds. Even though no Indians lived here, many came here hunting and fishing. On March 1, 1788, the chief of the Onondaga Indian tribe sold all their lands but the reservation in Syracuse to a Mr. Macomb. For several years after that the land now known as Oswego County was sold a number of times. In December of 1794, a Dutch man, George Scriber bought the land. Mr. Scriber's home can still be seen in Cleveland NY. It is the oldest house in Oswego County. He built a road from Cleveland (called New Rotterdam) to New Haven (Vera Cruz) . Part of that road that can still be seen is right here in Parish."
From "Parish History" by the Parish Historical Society:
"1816 to 1825 ... among the settlers during this period ... J.W. Scriber"
From "NewTopographical Atlas of Oswego county New York, 1867"
2 miles south of South Albion is listed A. Schribner
5 miles east of Parish is J. Scriber, J. Scribner
5 miles northeast of Parish is S. Scriber
1810 census, Minden, Montgomery, NY
#53 Stephen Scuiber, 2 M < 10, 1M 26-45, 1F < 10, 1F 16 -25
1820 AIS census index, Danuse, Herkimer, NY
#050 Stephen Scriber
1830 census, Parish, Oswego, NY
#217 Stephen Scriber, 1 M 5-10, 1 M 10-15, 2 M 15-20, 1 M 20-30, 1M 40-50
1 F < 5, 1 F 20-30, 1 F 40-50
1840 census, Parish, Oswego, NY
#247 Jacob Scriber, 1M < 5, 1M 15-20, 1M 30-40, 1 F 20-30
1850 census, Town of Parish, Owsego, NY
Stephen Scriber, 28 M, Farmer, born NY
Olive, 27 F, born NY
Lovina, 7 F, born NY
Mary, 5 F, born NY
Lorana, 3 F, born NY
William H., 1 M, born NY
Jacob Scriber, 36 M, Farmer, born NY
Lorena Scriber, 33 F, born NY
Miner Scriber, 10 M, born NY
Emily Scriber, 8 F, born NY
Chatharine Brewster, 52 F, born NY
Nancy Morverz, 19 F, born NY
Amelia Whitney, 3/12 F, born NY
James Gent, 22 M, born NY
Jacob Gent, 12 M, born NY
David Brewster, 38 M, born NY
Praelle, 32 F, born NY
Hirem Hint (or Hurst), 30 M, born NY, married within year
Araron Brewster, 8 M, born NY
Caroline Hint, 18 F, born NY, married within year
Jonathan Jennings, 25 M, born NY, farmer $320
Lovina, 22 F, born NY
Chub, 1 F, born NY
Lovina Scriber, 1 F, born NY
1850 census, Town of Albion, Oswego, NY
Abram Scriber, 25 M, born NY, farmer $550
Nancy C, 22 F, born NY
Sarah L, 11/12 F, born NY
1855 census, Town of Parish, Owsego, NY
Jacob, 39, Herkimer, NY, 30 year, farmer
Loran, 39, Montgomery, NY, 26 year, wife
Miner, 15, Oswego, NY, farmer, son
Emily, 12, Oswego, NY, daugher
Catherine Brewster, 66, sister in law
Stephen Scriber, 35, Herkimer, NY, 10 year, farmer
Olive Scriber, 30, Jefferson, NY, 10 year, wife
Ellen, 12, Oneida, NY, daughter
Mary E., 10, Oswego, NY, daughter
Lorana, 8, Oswego, NY, daughter
William H, 6, Oswego, NY, son
Jacob L, 3, Oswego, NY, son
Lydia M, 1, Oswego, NY, daughter
1860 census, Parish twp, Owsego, NY
Stephen Scriba, 41 M, born NY, farmer, $570 real estate, $325 personal
Olive, 35 F, born NY
Ellen M, 17 F, born NY
Mary E, 15 F, born NY
Wm H, 11 M, born NY
Jacob L, 8 M, born NY
Lydia M, 6 F, born NY
Hannah C, 3 F, born NY
Jacob Scriba, 46, NY, farmer, $3440 real estate, $1000 personal
Lorena, 42, F
Miner J. Scriba, 21 M, NY, farm labor, NY, $100 personal
Rosetta, 19 F, NY
Julia A., 8/12 F, NY
1860 census, Amboy Twp, Oswego, NY
John R. Sherman, 29 M, NY, farmer, $800 real estate, $150 personal
Sylvia, 22 F, NY
Rosen, 5 F, NY
Henry, 8 M, NY
Irvin I., 3 M, NY
Elvin, 5/12 M, NY
Mary Scriba, 60 F, NY
1860 census, all other Scriber's from 1860 AIX index in Owsego county, NY
#211, John Scriba, Hastings twp
#211, John Jr Scriba, Hastings twp
#354, John A. Scribner, Grandby twp
#498, George Scriber, Schroeppel twp
#684, William W. Scribner, Hannibal twp
From Pat Scriber email 30 Oct 1999:
"There is history from a town resident that says Jacob Scriber married Luzetta More. They has 4 children: DeBlanc, Homer, Charles, and Julia. My father-in-law is descended from Homer.
Family serach.org has Stephen Scriber married 12/28/1805 in Fort Plain, Montgomery Co., NY to Mary Walrath. This same source has Jacob Schreiber son of Stephen Scriber christened 4 Nov 1810, in Minden Twp, Montogomery Co., NY.
An 1867 map of Parish has J. Scribner at lot 13, 14 and S. Scriber at lot 7".
No record of land purchase in Oswego county, NY grantee index 1791-1860 by a Stephen Scriber.
Stephen married Olive Harriet Palmer in , , NY. The marriage ended in divorce. Olive was born in 1824 in , Jefferson, NY and died in 1887 in Traverse City, Grand Traverse, MI.
General Notes: Death record of daughter Mary E. (Information provided by husband of Mary E.) (Hattie Palmer); From Verna Lu Marie Moran after talking to Maxine Rugg (Harriet); Biographical History of Northern Michigan, 1905, p515 (Olive Palmer); notes of Thelma Lousie Rugg (Olive Harriet Lane, b 1824); 1850 census, town of Parish, Oswego, NY 017-232 (age 27); 1860 census, Parish, Oswego, NY 302-1126 (age 35); 1855 census, Parish, Oswego, NY, 549
According to Maxine Rugg she was a nurse during the Civil War.
According to Verna Lu Marie Johnson believed buried in Traverse City, MI
NOTES: IGI C502061-874029-IT-1 (Olive Lane, 1824, Chelsea, Suffolk, MA, b: 15 Aug 1975 MT, e: 18 Oct 1975 MT, sp: uncleared)
1855 cenus of Town of Parish, Oswego, NY
Albert D 561- 29
Amine N 560- 11
Caroline 561- 26
David E 560- 9
Delia A 561- 28
Delos M 560- 10
Denison B 561- 25
Edwin 561- 27
Ella E 567- 25
Franklin 561- 30
George 567- 26
George W 562- 22
Harey 562- 20
John A 560- 7
Levi 561- 31
Mary 572- 39
Nancy 567- 24
Naomi 560- 8
Olive 562- 21
Stephen 567- 23
Stutley 562- 23
Children from this marriage were:
2 F i. Lovina_(Ellen) M. Scriber was born in 1842-1843 in , Oneida, NY and died after 1860 in , Of Oswego, NY.
General Notes: 1850 census, Town of Parish, Oswego, NY, 017-242; 1855 census, Parish, Oswego, NY 549, 1860 census, Parish, Oswego, NY 302-1126
Lovina in 1850, Ellen in 1860, same birth year and parents, so assuming same person.
+ 3 F ii. Mary Elizabeth Scriber was born on 22 May 1845 in Of Parish, Oswego, NY, died on 29 Aug 1919 in Clearwater Twp., Kalkaska, MI and was buried on 1 Sep 1919 in Evergreen Cem., Kalkaska, Kalkaska, MI.
4 F iii. Lorana Scriber was born in 1846-1847 in Of Parish, Oswego, NY and died after 1850 in , Of Oswego, NY.
General Notes: 1850 census, town of Parish, Oswego, NY 017-242; 1855 census, Parish, Oswego, NY, 549
not listed in 1860 census with parents
5 M iv. William H. Scriber was born in 1848-1849 in Of Parish, Oswego, NY and died after 1860 in , Of Oswego, NY.
General Notes: 1850 census, town of Parish, Oswego, NY 017-242; 1855 census, Parish, Oswego, NY, 549; 1860 census, Parish, Oswego, NY 302-1126
+ 6 M v. Jacob L. Scriber was born in 1851 in Of Parish, Oswego, NY, died in 1953 and was buried in 1953 in Chase cemetery, Lysander, Onondaga, New York.
7 F vi. Lydia M. Scriber was born in 1853-1854 in Of Parish, Oswego, NY and died after 1860 in , Of Oswego, NY.
General Notes: 1855 census, Parish, Oswego, NY, 549; 1860 census, Parish, Oswego, NY 302-1126
8 F vii. Hannah C. Scriber was born in 1856-1857 in Of Parish, Oswego, NY and died after 1860 in , Of Oswego, NY.
General Notes: 1860 census, Parish, Oswego, NY, 302-1126
General Notes: Death record, Kalkaska County, 13-18; notes of Thelma Louise Rugg; Biographical History of Northern Michigan, 1905, p515; notes of Verna Lu Marie Johnson; Tombstone; 1850 census, town of Parish, Oswego, NY 017-242; 1860 census, Parish, Oswego, NY 302-1126; IGI 1396214-861780433; 1910 Kalkaska, MI census
In 1912 Thelma Louise Rugg went with immediate family to Syracuse, NY to visit Mary Elizabeth Scriber. Mary was quite rich. Scriber is a German name. She saw Mary's brother. Two days before the death of Thelma Louise Rugg she shared with Richard Robert Moran how she had dreamed of this early childhood visit with her grandmother, Mary Scriber. Verna Lu Marie Johnson has a green pitcher and 4 glass set that was Mary Elizabeth Scriber's which Mary received as wedding gift.
From picture Mary Scriber pictures in procession of Maxine Rugg: 1) Glen Scriber is cousin to Mary Scriber. 2) Picture of 'cousin Katie Scriber House with husband and family' 2 boys age about 4,7. Picture taken about 1880's. 3) Lewis Victor House, age 1 yr 1 mo 7 days. Christmas card, taken about 1880's. 4) Picture of house on post card addressed to Lulu Rugg 'from Aunt Hattie' house is picture of Uncle Jake's house [apparently Jake married to Hattie] house in Lamson, NY. 5) Postcard to Mary Van Buren. Dated 7 Jul 1918 from 'sister and brother'. Picture of Scriber's Genl. Store, Lamson, NY [3 story wood structure] 6) Maxine has Mary Scriber's bible, but NO genealogy in it.
letter from Mary Scriber to Lulu Belle VanBuren, post marked 5 Feb 1913, in procession of Maxine Rugg as of 20 May 1980:
"Wal here I am all right but my apples & onions & potatoes are as hard as bullits. I heald some potatoes & droped them in boiling watter & they wer very good & so I put them. whare they would keep hard it is verry stormy or rather windy & I dont kno if they will go to lodge or not shall mail this if we go & if not wre tomorrow I did not get here in time to stop the mail for he had it put up but he said hee would bring it back to night but if we dont go to lodge I shant go down the clock was stile running but it had missed strikening three times I wound it the last thing week ago last thursday morning when I came up thier doar fine dident it I am working on gsants guilt will soon have it done I will write to Alice tomorrow I hope you are not feeling anny worse & now dont worry about me for I shall be all right my windows are all coverd with frost the fire burns fine but the wind is cold & now grandmas curly head you must remember & be a lady & Hellen to grandma will come some day & boys be kind to each other & to the girls be good boys & help mother & god bless for all. grandma & mother" [spelling left uncorrected]
Kalkaska, MI newspaper is missing from 1918-1920 so could not find obituary.
Mary married Charles Van Buren, son of Martin Van Buren and Catharine Pickens, on 12 Jun 1861 in , Oswego, NY. Charles was born on 3 Jan 1840 in , Otsego, NY, died on 6 Apr 1910 in Rapid City, Kalkaska, MI and was buried in Evergreen Cem., Kalkaska, Kalkaska, MI.
General Notes: notes of Thelma Louise Rugg; Tombstone; Biographical History of Northern Michigan, 1905, p.515; Van Buren bible, Vineland, NJ, Historical Society, v16, no. 1, p3; notes of Verna Lu Marie Johnson; 1840 U.S. Census Otsego, Otsego, NY, page 67, #16; 1850 U.S. Census, Albion, Oswego, NY; Kalkaska, MI Obituary; 1880 U.S. Census, Albion, Oswego, page 38, #21 (Farmer); 1850 Oswego Co census, 220; 1855 Oswego Co census, Albion, 538-25; IGI 170424-866-32453 (of Copperstown, Otsego, NY)
Grandaughter Maxine Rugg related that her mother LuLu told how Charles had a team of hourses that pulled boats down the Erie Canal in NY.
Kalkaska, Kalkaska, MI newpaper: "Charles VanBuren of Clearwater township, Kalkaska County, died on Wednesday, April 6, 1910, age 70 years, 3 months and 3 days. He was born in Otsego County, State of New York, on the third day of January, 1840. Both of his parents were also natives of New York. He enlisted in Company K., 110th New York Volunteers, in the War of Rebellion and was engaged in the Bank's expedition. After being with his regiment for one year he was dischared for physical disability. He came to Michigan in 1882 and had lived in the township of Clearwater ever since. His health failing, he sold his farm and resided in Rapid City since last fall. He leaves a wife, five children and one adopted daughter, besides several granchildren to mourn his loss. He was converted to christianity early in life and had endeavered to live consistently ever since, dying strong in the faith of his Master. He has entered into the rest that remains for the people of God. His funeral was attended by the G.A.R., at Rapid City in the Methodist church, where the services were held. It was conducted by members of Col. Baker Post of Kalkaska, and the body was interred in Evergreen cemetery at that place, Rev. R. Towers officiating." [G.A.R. = Grand Army of the Republic]
Biographical History of Northern Michigan: "Charles Van Buren. The history of Kalkaska county is not a very old one. It is the record of the steady growth of a community planted in the wilderness within the last half century and has reached its magnitude of today without other aids than those of industry. The people who redeemed its wilderness fastnesses were strong-armed, hardy sons of the soil who hesitated at no difficulty and for whom hardships had little to appall. The early pioneers, having blazed the path of civilization to this part of the state, finished their labors and passed from the scene, leaving the country to the possession of their descendants and to others who came at a later period and builded on the foundation which they laid so broad and deep. Among the latter class is the prominent farmer and enterprising citizen by whose name this article is introduced. While his arrival was not as early as some, yet he came in the fomative period and has done much to develop the wonderful resources of a county that now occupies a proud position among the progressive and enlightened sections of Michigan. Charles Van Buren was born in Otsego, Otsego County, New York, on the 3d of January, 1840, and is the son of Martin and Catherine (Pickens) VanBuren, both also natives of the Empire state. They were the parents of eleven children, eight sons and three daughters, of which family the subject was the fifth child in order of birth. Both parents died when about the age of eighty years, the father's death occurring in Oswego county, New York, and the mother's in Allegany county, that state. When Charles VanBuren was a small boy the family removed to Oswego, New York, where he was reared to manhood on his father's farm and where he secured a good education in the common schools. In August, 1862, when the fires of rebellion were burning fiercely in the South and the nation's integrity was jeopardized, Mr. VanBuren offered his services and enlisted in Company K, One Hundred and Tenth Regiment, New York Volunteer Infantry, with which command he served about one year, when he was discharged because of physical disability. His regiment was under the command of General Banks and participated in the battle at Port Hudson and in the Red River campaign, besides many other minor engagements and other arduous duties. Returning home, Mr. VanBuren engaged in farming and so continued until the spring of 1882, when he came to Michigan and settled on the farm which he now owns, and which is located in section 13, Clearwater township, Kalkaska county. His first purchase was forty acres of timber land, to which he added later eighty acres, but subsequently disposed of the latter tract, after partially clearing it. The present farmstead has been cleared by the subject and he now has thirty acres in active cultivation, raising all the crops common to this lattitude, and he also gives some special attention to fruit culture, having about five acres planted to apple and plum trees, which have proved a source of considerable profit to the owner. Mr. VanBuren has erected tasty and substantial buildings on the place and all departments of the enterprise receive his careful and thoughtful attention. On June 12, 1861, at Oswego, New York. Mr. VanBuren was married to Miss Mary E. Scriber, who was born in Oswego county, New York, May 22, 1845, and is a daughter of Stephen and Olive (Palmer) Scriber, both natives of New York state. The father died in Onondago county, New York, at the age of seventy-six years, and the mother's death occurred in Traverse City, Michigan, when sixty-two years old. Of their familty of six childern, Mrs. VanBuren was the second born. She was reared in Oswego county, New York, and there received her education. Mr. and Mrs. VanBuren are the parents of six childern, namely: Alice A. is the wife of Charles Manley; Charles E.; Eva M. is the wife of Jacob Buckle; Walter F.; Lulu B. is the wife of Edd D. Rugg; Grant G. Mr. VanBuren has taken an active part in the public affairs of his township and has served four years as justice of the peace, two years as highway commissioner, and also as member of the board of review and in several of the school offices. Fraternally, he is a member of Colonel Baker Post, No. 84, Grand Army of the Republic, while religiously, he and his wife are active members of the Methodist Episcopal church. Mr. VanBuren is a progressive farmer and for years he had been a close and careful student of agricultural science, being familiar with the nature of soils and their adaptabilty to the various crops, besides knowning by practical experience how to obtain the most satisfactory results from the labor and time expended. He is well known in this section and has so ordered his life as to gain the respect and confidence of all with whom he has been brought in contact."
notes of Earl Wilbur Rugg: "homesteaded in Kalkaska county, served under General Banks in reserves in Union Army"
Children from this marriage were:
9 F i. Alice Van Buren was born in 1862 in , , NY, died in 1924 and was buried in Evergreen Cem., Kalkaska, Kalkaska, MI.
General Notes: notes of Thelma Louise Rugg; Tombstone
Alice married Charles A. Manley. Charles was born in 1866, died in 1937 and was buried in Evergreen Cem., Kalkaska, Kalkaska, MI.
General Notes: notes of Thelma Louise Rugg; notes of Verna Lu Marie Johnson; Tombstone
Manley road in Clearwater Twp, Kalkaska was named after the family.
10 M ii. Charles E. Van Buren was born in 1866-1867 in , , NY and died in , Of Kalkaska, MI.
General Notes: notes of Thelma Louise Rugg; Kalkaksa county history; 1880 census, Albion, Oswego, NY, 38; from Maxine Rugg also had child 'Glen', had 6 wives; Kalkaska, MI 1910 census age 42
From notes of Verna Lu Marie Johnson: Had 5 wives. Was post master of Van Buren, MI later renamed to Rapid City, MI
Charles married Claude.
General Notes: notes of Verna Lu Marie Johnson (questionable if wife of Charles VanBuren) [in 1910 census Charles & Ethel had 14 yr old son Claude]
No Children by husband Charles Van Buren
Charles next married Mildred.
General Notes: notes of Verna Lu Marie Johnson (questionable if wife of Charles VanBuren)
Charles next married Carrie.
General Notes: interview with Maxine Rugg (wife in 1901)
Charles next married Ethel May Riley. Ethel was born in 1885-1886.
General Notes: Antrim County Michigan DAR - Vital Record, p107
11 F iii. Eve May Van Buren was born on 27 Jun 1874 in Of Albion, Oswego, NY, died on 10 Jun 1908 and was buried in Evergreen Cem., Kalkaska, Kalkaska, MI.
General Notes: notes of Thelma Louise Rugg (Eva); Tombstone; 1880 census, Albion, Oswego, NY, 38
from email of Barbara Buckel, died from tuberculosis
Eve married Jacob A. (Jake) Buckel. Jacob was born in 1867, died in 1939 and was buried in Evergreen Cem., Kalkaska, Kalkaska, MI.
General Notes: notes of Thelma Louise Rugg (Buckel); notes of Verna Lu Marie Johnson; Tombstone (Buckel); interview with Maxine Ellen Rugg (Buckle)
12 M iv. Walter F. Van Buren was born in 1875-1876 in Of Albion, Oswego, NY.
General Notes: notes of Verna Lu Marie Johnson (not married); 1880 census, Albion, Oswego, NY, 38; 1910 US census Kalkaska, MI
Walter married Mrs. Van Buren.
General Notes: added to create family, 1910 Kalkaska census states Walter F. Van Buren is widowed.
13 F v. Lulu Belle Van Buren was born on 28 Aug 1880 in Parish, Oswego, NY, died on 22 Jun 1969 in Petoskey, Charlevoix, MI and was buried in Evergreen Cem., Kalkaska, Kalkaska, MI.
General Notes: Birth record, Kalkaska County, MI (recorded 20 May 1944); Marriage record, State of Michigan, Kalkaska County, Number 2-511-496; Death record, Kalkaska County, MI 2-107-p118 (Death recorded in a different county then died in; IGI 8617804-31-1396214; Tombstone
Died from heart disease.
Leader and Kalkaskian, Kalkaska, MI, 26 Jun 1969:
"Services held Tuesday for Mrs. Edward Rugg. Lulu Belle Van Buren, the daughter of Charles and Mary Van Buren, was born in New York state, August 28, 1880 and died June 22, 1969 at the Petoskey Geriatrics and Care Center at the age of 88. She came to Michigan at an early age with her parents who were early pioneers in Rapid River Township, Kalkaska County. She was married to Edward Rugg, December 25, 1901 and is survived by four children, Earl Rugg of Bisbee, Arizona, Mrs. Alvah (Thelma) Johnson, of Alden, Mrs. Leonard (Helen) Kizer of Morley, and Mrs. Willard (Maxine) Ryckman of Kalkaska, 14 grandchildren and 27 great grandchildren. Mrs. Rugg was preceded in death by her husband and one son, Donovan, one granddaughter and two great grandchildren. She was a member of the People Church, Bethany Circle, Rebekah Lodge, Past Noble Grand Club and the Golden Age Club. Funeral services were held at the Schwartz-Wolfe Funeral Home, Tuesday, June 24, 1969 at 2 o'clock, Rev. Donald Beyer of St. Paul Lutheran Church officiating, and interment at Evergreen cemetery, Kalkaska."
NOTES: IGI 8617804-31-1396214 ('Lulu Belle' to father 'Charles E. Van Buren' and mother 'Mary Elizabeth Scriber')
According to Maxine Rugg: Lulu Van Buren told Maxine that either Maxine or Lulu was a 4th cousin to U.S. President Martin Van Buren. See Lulu's grandfather Martin Van Buren notes for further comments.
notes of Earl Wilbur Rugg: "born in N.Y, teacher 1 year, homemaker
Lulu Van Buren also stated she is related to U.S. Presidents Roosevelt, Jefferson, Buchanan. Maxine has the bible of her mother Lulu Van Buren.
Verna Lu Marie Johnson purchased a blue delft tea pot site from Buren, Holland in the 1980s'.
Lulu married Edward Daniel Rugg, son of Rolando Francis Rugg and Susie Brotzman, on 25 Dec 1901 in Rapid City, Kalkaska, MI. Edward was born on 20 Feb 1878 in Clearwater Twp., Kalkaska, MI, died on 24 Jul 1943 in Kalkaska, Kalkaska, MI and was buried in Evergreen Cem., Kalkaska, Kalkaska, MI Another name for Edward was Ed Rugg.
General Notes: Birth record, State Office Number 40-3054. (Recorded in 1943 based on affidavits of older brother and neighbor.), Birth record Kalkaska County, MI, 3-276-328; Death record, Kalkaska County, MI 2-35-3; book 'The Descendants of John Rugg' by Ellen R. Rugg, p35; book 'Descendants of Johan Frederick Brotzman ...', by Mary R. Forbes, p156, 257; Tombstone; marriage certificate in possession of Maxine Elinor Rugg; IGI 1396214-861780434
Died from Metral Stenosis Hypertension.
Book: "Authority: Mrs. Edna Rosengrant"
Sheriff of Kalkaska County, MI 1917 - 1920; badge in possession of grandson Willard Allen Ryckman in 1995
notes of Earl Wilbur Rugg: "woodsman, sheriff, township road commissioner, foreman state hi-way, born Rugg, Kalkaska, MI"
The Leader and Kalkaskian, Kalkaska, MI, 1943:
"Ex-Kalkaska Sheriff - Dies; Rites Tuesday. Kalkaska. - E. D. Rugg, 65, former Kalkaska county sheriff, died Saturday at his home here. Born in Rapid River township, he had been a lifelong resident of the county except for one year spent in Idaho. He served as sheriff from 1916 to 1929, moving then to Idaho, but returned in 1921 to act as foreman of county roads. He also had been employed by the state highway department division here as a foreman for three years and from 1928 until 1939, when he retired, ran a gasoline station. Surviving are the widow, Lula Belle; two sons, Earl of Grand Rapids and Don of Detroit; three daughters, Mrs. Maxine Ryckman of Kalkaska, Mrs. Helen Kizer of Morley and Mrs. Thelma Johnson of Detroit; three brothers, James of Middleville, Ray of Grand Rapids and John of Rapid City. Funeral services will be held at 2 Tuesday at the Berg funeral home, with burial in Evergreen cemetery."
The Leader and Kalkaskian, Kalkaska, MI, 29 July 1943:
"Funeral Rites held Tuesday Afternoon, Berg Funeral Home. Edward D. Rugg, prominent resident of Kalkaska county all his life, passed away at his home on Saturday, July 24, 1943. He was born in Rapid River township February 20, 1878, having attained the age of 65 years at the time of his death. Mr. Rugg was engaged in farming, at which time he was elected to public officer as County Road Commissioner. In the year 1916 he was elected sheriff of the county, which he held until June 1920, when he resigned and moved to Idaho. He again moved back to his home county in 1921, and was foreman of County Roads from 1921 to 1923. For a few years thereafter he was engaged in the lumber industry. He also served as foreman of State Highway Department for Kalkaska county, from 1925 to 1928, when he engaged in operating a gas station. In 1929 he found it necessary to retire on account of ill health. Deceased was always active in anything pertaining to the betterment of the community and county, and had many friends who join the relatives in mourning his demise. Surviving are the widow, Lula Belle; two sons, Earl of Grand Rapids and Don of Detroit; three daughters, Mrs. Maxine Ryckman of Kalkaska, Mrs. Helen Kizer of Morley and Mrs. Thelma Johnson of Detroit; three brothers, James of Middleville, Ray of Grand Rapids and John of Rapid City, also ten grand children. Funeral services were held Tuesday at the Berg Funeral Home, Rev. A. R. Ellis officiating, and burial was made in Evergreen cemetery."
14 M vi. Grant G. Van Buren was born on 30 Oct 1886 in Clearwater, Kalkaska, MI.
General Notes: birth record, Kalkaska County, MI 1-70-27
Grant married Maude in , , , USA.
General Notes: notes of Verna Lu Marie Johnson
Grant next married Mrs Van Buren.
General Notes: interview with Maxine Ellen Rugg
15 F vii. Anna Van Buren .
General Notes: interview with Maxine Rugg (adopted)
General Notes: 1855 census, Parish, Oswego, NY, 549; 1860 census, Parish, Oswego, NY 302-1126; tombstone
Jacob Scriber listed in 1865 Parish, Oswego, NY census, p 460
Jacob married Harriet E.Harriet was born in 1856, died in 1941 and was buried in 1941 in Chase cemetery, Lysander, Onondaga, New York.
General Notes: tombstone
Children from this marriage were:
16 F i. Lucy Scriber was born in 1873, died in 1907 and was buried in 1907 in Chase cemetery, Lysander, Onondaga, New York.
General Notes: tombstone
17 F ii. Mabel Scriber was buried in Chase cemetery, Lysander, Onondaga, New York.
General Notes: tombsone
18 F iii. Baby Scriber was buried in Chase cemetery, Lysander, Onondaga, New York.
General Notes: tombstone
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