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1. John Adam Musser died on 23 Jan 1770.

John Adam married Catherine Ramer.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 2 M    i. Adam Musser was born on 27 Jan 1783 in York County, Pennsylvania and died on 17 Mar 1861 in York County, Pennsylvania at age 78.

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2. Adam Musser was born on 27 Jan 1783 in York County, Pennsylvania and died on 17 Mar 1861 in York County, Pennsylvania at age 78.

General Notes: Source: Family Search LDS

Adam married Maria.

General Notes: Source: Baptimal Records of the Kimberlin Lutheran Church, Wyth Co, Virginia.


Children from this marriage were:

+ 3 F    i. Elizabeth Musser .

   4 M    ii. John Musser was born on 2 Feb 1808 in York County, Pennsylvania.

+ 5 F    iii. Elizabeth Mercer was born on 21 Jul 1799 in Wythe County, Virginia and died on 23 May 1884 in Maryville Nodaway County, Missouri at age 84.

Adam next married Maria.

General Notes: Source: Baptimal Records of the Kimberlin Lutheran Church, Wyth Co, Virginia.


Children from this marriage were:

   6 M    i. George Musser

   7 M    ii. John Musser

   8 M    iii. Joseph Musser

   9 F    iv. Christena Musser

   10 F    v. Lydia Musser

   11 F    vi. Molly Musser

   12 M    vii. James Musser

   13 F    viii. Peter Musser

   14 F    ix. Katharine Musser

   15 F    x. Anna Musser

Adam next married Barbara Wambach. Barbara was born on 9 Nov 1783 in York County, Pennsylvania and died on 1 Dec 1863 in York County, Pennsylvania at age 80.

General Notes: Source: Family Search LDS


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3. Elizabeth Musser .

Elizabeth married Henry William Burkhart Sr, son of Michael Burger and Elizabeth Keil, on 31 Jul 1788 in Shenandoah County, Virginia. Henry William was born in 1761 in Pennsylvania, died on 11 Dec 1838 in Smyth County, Virginia at age 77, and was buried in Kimberling Cemetery, Wythe Co, Virginia.

General Notes: Virginia Land Office Records for Shenandoah County show that on 21 Feb 1781, Henry Burkhard was granted 279 acres of land on the drains of Stony and Will Creeks adjoining Catherine Fox, George Lindamood and others. This land was granted by Lord Fairfax and Henry Burkhard was said to be "of Shenandoah County , son and Assignee of Michael Burkhard." The land was said to be part of Michael Burkhard's former survey. This simply means that Michael sold part of his land to his son Henry, but as ownership of the land was in a way retained by Lord Fairfax, and the buyers paid him rent for it, a new grant had to be issued to Henry. But for all practical purposes, the land was the property of the grantee. In this grant, however, as in most others in the vicinity, Lord Fairfax retained a right to the Royal Mines, and a full third part of all lead, copper, tin, Coal, iron and iron ore that should be found on the land. The Shenandoah valley was rich in minerals and mines were developed at an early date.

Henry Burger served in the Revolutionary War while he was still a resident of Shenandoah County, Virginia.
The pension records of the National Archives show the following facts: On Oct 1832 when he applied for pension he was 71 years old.
According to his statement when he applied for pension, he rendered the following service as Private in the Virginia Militia: He enlisted and served 4 months under Lieutenant Samuel Vance and Colonel Harrison in General McIntosh's Expedition against the Indians; he enlisted in June 1781, served under Capt. Lawrence Snappe and Thomas Marshall in Col Edmonds' Regiment and was discharged shortly before the siege of Yorktown.
He was pensioned on Certificate No. 16 168, issued under the act of June 7, 1832, at the Virginia Agency.
The name of his wife and date of their marriage are not shown. He was survived by children whose names are not shown.
He resided in Shenandoah County, Virginia when he served in the Revolutionary War, moved thence about the 1786 to Smyth County, Virginia. He resided there at the time he received his pension.
He died 11 Dec 1838, place not stated in pension record, but we know it was Smyth, County, Virginia.
The tax records (personal property and land tax) for Virginia do not begin until 1782. Hence, any records of our people before that year must be found in Wythe County records or in records of the Virginia Land office, and not in the tax records of the State.
Soon after the close of the Revolutionary War, a considerable number of Shenandoah Valley People began to move southward and westward. Among the familiar names of Smyth County families who came from Shenandoah County or its vicinity were Akerses, Griggers, Foglesongs, Wamplers, Musssers, Lindamoods, Vaughts, Davises, Fryers, Neffs Huddles and others.
It is likely that John Lindamood, Henry Burger and the younger Michael Burger, and John Musser (who may have been a brother to Henry Burger's wife) moved to Smythe County together. Henry Burger was married and had a least two children by this time, as shown by the census. They no doubt moved as the other migrants did, by pack horses, or in covered wagons, the women and children riding and the men and boys walking.

Henry Burkhart (here spelled Burker) appears on the Wythe County personal property tax list for 1793 with 1 tithable (man) in his family, owning 3 horses. In 1796, he was listed as Henry Burket, still had 1 tithable and owned 4 horses. On the 1801 tax list, he is spelled Henry Burckhard, and still has 1 tithable in his family and owned 4 horses. He is always listed near John Lindamood and John and Peter Musser, showing that they lived near together, and the tax assessor passed from one farm to the other.

John Lindamood was first shown on Wythe County tax list in 1793 and also John and Daniel Bales, Peter Musser, John Phillippy Jr., John Phillippy Sr., Christopher Phillippy (sometimes listed by his German name, Stephel Phillippy) and Henry Pickle with 2 tithables (men) in his family.

These people evidently stayed in Wythe County some time before receiving a patent for the land they settled upon. It took a considerable time for surveys to be made and legal papers to be issued. Often land had changed hands two or three times before the survey was a last made. On August 15, 1809, Henry Burkhart received a patent for 33 acres of land on the waters of the middle Fork of Holston River, Wythe County, adjoining John Musser.

But he aquired other land by purchase. The Wythe County land tax list for 1814 shows Henry Burckhard with 143 acres, and another tract of 14 1/2 acres, both on the head waters of the middle Fork of the Holston River.

Smythe County was formed in 1831 from parts of Washington and Wythe Counties. Smythe County included Henry Burkett's property. The first tax for the county shows him with 5 acres on the Middle Fork of Holston River, joining Michael Neff's estate, and 142 acres on the Middle Fork joining John Musser and Henry Savely, 12 miles east of the courthouse. (1832) In 1833, he still had the 142 acres as above, and the following tracts adjoining it; 14 acres, 25 acres, and ? (unreadable) acres.

In 1833, Michael Burkett, believed to be Henry's brother, had 5 acres on the Middle Fork of Holston River, 5 miles west of the courthouse. Michael did about 1834 or 1835 because in 1835 his property appears on the Smythe tax list as "Michael Burger's estate.

Henry Burkett appears on a list of pensioners in 1835, living in Smyth County. age 73. He died, as shown on his pension record, 11 Dec 1838. He had made his will on 28 June 1838. It is recorded in Smyth County.

He bequeathed his land to his son George as follows:
140 3/4 acres purchased from Samuel Davis and Hannah, Davis's wife.
14 1/2 acres deeded to him from William Davis.
2 1/2 acres deed from Lamie
25 acres received from Johathan Aker and his wife, Nancy.
33 acres granted to him by patent dated 15 August 1809.

There was a sale of the personal property of Henry Burkett, deceased on Jan 5, 1838. Some people who bought articles at the sale were:
George Burket, Molly Burket, George Musser, Abraham Musser, Simon Pickle, John Vaught, Joseph Musser, Peter Musser, Peter Snavely, Rufus Musser, George Musser Sr.

Andrew Lindamood was also there and bought 1 bedstead and furnishings for $12.00 and 1 large chair for 50 cents.

According to Belle Lindamood Pickle, George Burkhart (son of Henry) had 8 daughters and 3 sons, George, Tom, Mich (evidently named for his great-grandfather, Michael Burger) These were of course first cousins of Daniel Lindamood, since Daniel Lindamood’s mother was a sister to George Burkhart, their father. George Burkhart’s wife was named Mary, sometimes called Polly.

Deed Book “G” & “H”, pg 85, July 31, 1788. Henry Burkard and Elizabeth his wife of the County of Shenandoah , deed to Michael Decker for 60 pounds money, land on the drains of Stony and Mill creeks. Patented to Henry by and from the late Lord Proprietor’s office 2nd day of February, 1781. Witness were Jacob Rinker, Martin Mosser, Mary Miller. Elizabeth signed with her mark. Henry signed in German Script. Clerks record has Marten Musser as Witness.

The Henry Burkhard deed is important to us since it supplies the given name of the Miss Musser whom he married, which name had been previously unknow to us.

These people were evidently selling out with the purpose of migrating to Southwest Virginia. Probably they had a little part on this last day of July 1788, after the deeds were signed, and the women served cake and ale. But it was no doubt a little sad for the brothers, George Henry and John Lindamood, who were soon to part company, for George Henry stayed in Shenandoah



Children from this marriage were:

   16 M    i. Henry William Burkhart Jr was born on 14 Jul 1789 in Wythe County, Virginia, died on 25 Sep 1870 in Albion, Marshall County, Iowa at age 81, and was buried in Albion, Marshall County, Iowa.

Noted events in his life were:

• Military: Between 15 Oct 1813 and 1812, War Of 1812.

Henry William married Elizabeth Mercer, daughter of Adam Musser and Maria, on 29 Mar 1818 in Wythe County, Virginia. Elizabeth was born on 21 Jul 1799 in Wythe County, Virginia and died on 23 May 1884 in Maryville Nodaway County, Missouri at age 84. Other names for Elizabeth were Betsy Mosser, and Elizabeth Musser.

Marriage Notes: Source: Will of Adam Musser. Source: Baptimal Records of the Kimberlin Lutheran Church, Wyth Co, Virginia. Source: Marriage bond 25 Mar 1818, Wythe Co Va., married by John Stanger G M

General Notes: Elizabeth Mercer (Musser, Mosser) was a member of the Christian Church.
Source of Marriage: Wythe County, Virginia Marriage register 1817-1822
Source: Baptimal Records of the Kimberlin Lutheran Church, Wyth Co, Virginia.
Source: Application for wife's pension from war 1812

+ 17 M    ii. George Burkhart was born in 1792, died on 12 Jun 1876 in Marion Township, Smyth County, Virginia at age 84, and was buried in Kimberling Cemetery, Wythe Co, Virginia.

   18 M    iii. John Burkhart .

+ 19 F    iv. Barbara Burkhart .

5. Elizabeth Mercer was born on 21 Jul 1799 in Wythe County, Virginia and died on 23 May 1884 in Maryville Nodaway County, Missouri at age 84. Other names for Elizabeth were Betsy Mosser, and Elizabeth Musser.

General Notes: Elizabeth Mercer (Musser, Mosser) was a member of the Christian Church.
Source of Marriage: Wythe County, Virginia Marriage register 1817-1822
Source: Baptimal Records of the Kimberlin Lutheran Church, Wyth Co, Virginia.
Source: Application for wife's pension from war 1812

Elizabeth married Henry William Burkhart Jr, son of Henry William Burkhart Sr and Elizabeth Musser, on 29 Mar 1818 in Wythe County, Virginia. Henry William was born on 14 Jul 1789 in Wythe County, Virginia, died on 25 Sep 1870 in Albion, Marshall County, Iowa at age 81, and was buried in Albion, Marshall County, Iowa.

Marriage Notes: Source: Will of Adam Musser. Source: Baptimal Records of the Kimberlin Lutheran Church, Wyth Co, Virginia. Source: Marriage bond 25 Mar 1818, Wythe Co Va., married by John Stanger G M

General Notes: Henry William Burkhart is buried at Albion Cemetery, Albion, Marshall County, Iowa. A Tombstone could not be found by Don & Scharmal Conley in August 1996, when the cemetery was walked . According to Albion Cemetery Records compiled by Francis Brewster, Marshalltown, Iowa, 1995 , he is buried there.

Henry William Burkhart was a member of the Christian Church

Source: Application for wife's pension from war 1812

Page 59 Wythe County Marriage Register: "I do hereby certify that the following persons were joined into marriage during the year 1818, March 29, Henry Burkard and Betsy Mosser." She the daughter of Adam Musser. This Henry Burkhard must have been the son of our Henry, as named in the older Henry's will

Noted events in his life were:

• Military: Between 15 Oct 1813 and 1812, War Of 1812.

Children from this marriage were:

   20 F    i. Lydia Burkhart was born about 1813.

   21 F    ii. Louisa Burkhart was born about 1814.

Louisa married Adam Winkler on 19 Oct 1843 in Spencer County, Indiana.

Marriage Notes: Source: Richard Moberly, 7 Feb 1999

+ 22 F    iii. Christina Burkhart was born on 6 Jan 1815 and died on 14 Aug 1894 at age 79.

   23 F    iv. Matilda Burkhart was born between 1818 and 1840 in Indiana.

+ 24 M    v. Joseph Burkhart was born on 12 Nov 1821 in Monroe County, Indiana, died on 9 Apr 1874 in Iowa at age 52, and was buried in Center Point, Lynn County, Iowa.

   25 F    vi. Mary Burkhart (Polly) was born on 26 Jun 1824 and died on 25 Apr 1850 at age 25.

Mary married Grimes.

   26 M    vii. David Burkhart was born on 11 Sep 1828.

David married Susan Long.

+ 27 M    viii. William H Burkhart was born on 1 Jan 1833 in Smythville, Indiana and died on 22 Apr 1893 in Alvord, Texas at age 60.

+ 28 M    ix. John Montgomery Burkhart was born in 1835 in Smithville, Monroe County, Indiana, died on 16 Apr 1907 in Feyetteville, Arkansas at age 72, and was buried in Liscomb, Marshall County, Iowa.

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17. George Burkhart was born in 1792, died on 12 Jun 1876 in Marion Township, Smyth County, Virginia at age 84, and was buried in Kimberling Cemetery, Wythe Co, Virginia.

General Notes: There were 4 more children, do not have names.
Source: Peter Burkhart, Nampa, Idaho

Death registered in Smyth County, Virginia:
Pg 40. 12 June 1876, George Burkett. Age 84, Died in Marion Township. Smith County, Virginia. Parents Henry and Elizabeth Burkett. Death reported by son, George Burkett.
(This record confirms the first name of the Miss Musser that married Henry Burkett).

George married Mary. Mary was born on 20 Jul 1798, died on 6 Apr 1874 at age 75, and was buried in Kimberling Cemetery, Wythe Co, Virginia. Another name for Mary was Polly.

General Notes: Source: Smyth County, Virginia marriage records.
Source: Kimberling Cemetery records.


Children from this marriage were:

   29 M    i. George Burkhart

George married Ann E Snavely, daughter of Phillip Snavely and Unknown.

General Notes: Source: Smyth County, Virginia marriage records.

   30 M    ii. Tom Burkhart .

   31 M    iii. Mich Burkhart was born in 1838 in Smyth County, Virginia. Another name for Mich was J.M. Burkett.

Mich married Mary Ann Elizabeth Pickle, daughter of Andrew S Pickle and Sarah J, on 21 Oct 1874. Mary Ann Elizabeth was born on 25 Dec 1854 in Smyth County, Virginia, died on 20 Jun 1923 in Wythe County, Virginia at age 68, and was buried in Kimberling Cemetery, Wythe Co, Virginia.

General Notes: Source: Rosa Altizer Bray, West Point, Virginia

   32 F    iv. Nancy E Burkhart .

Nancy E married George W Calhoun in 1853.

General Notes: Source: Rosa Altizer Bray, West Point, Virginia

   33 F    v. Margaret Burkhart .

Margaret married William Phillippi in Nov 1853.

General Notes: Source: Rosa Altizer Bray, West Point, Virginia

   34 F    vi. Catherine Burkhart was born in 1832 in Smyth County, Virginia.

Catherine married Daniel B Vaught, son of Jefferson Vaught and Barbara, on 14 Feb 1856. Daniel B was born in 1834 in Wythe County, Virginia.

General Notes: Source: Rosa Altizer Bray, West Point, Virginia

   35 F    vii. Manda Burkhart was born in Smyth County, Virginia.

Manda married William J Wright in 1861.

General Notes: Source: Rosa Altizer Bray, West Point, Virginia



19. Barbara Burkhart .

Barbara married John Lindamood on 26 Jun 1815 in Wythe County, Virginia.

Marriage Notes: Source: William J. Leonard Sr, Virginia Beach, Virginia


Children from this marriage were:

+ 36 M    i. Daniel Lindamood was born in 1817 and died on 27 Jul 1885 at age 68.

   37 M    ii. Steve Lindamood .

   38 M    iii. David Lindamood .

   39 F    iv. Betsy Lindamood .

   40 F    v. Lydia Lindamood .

   41 F    vi. Mollie Lindamood .

22. Christina Burkhart was born on 6 Jan 1815 and died on 14 Aug 1894 at age 79.

Birth Notes: Source: Richard Moberly, 7 Feb 1999

Christina married Simeon Franklin Moberly, son of William Moberly and Elizabeth Galbreath, about 1833 in Indiana.

Marriage Notes: Source: Richard Moberly, 7 Feb 1999


Children from this marriage were:

   42 M    i. Milum Boley Moberly was born about 1835 in Indiana and died on 29 Mar 1895 about age 60.

Milum Boley married Jane.

   43 M    ii. William Baley Moberly was born about 1838 in Monroe County, Indiana and died on 29 May 1895 in Kansas City, Wyandotte County, Kansas about age 57.

William Baley married Emjilia Jane Hart on 30 Aug 1858 in Oregon, Holt County, Missouiri.

William Baley next married Nancy Grey on 8 Nov 1860 in Nodaway County, Missouri.

   44 M    iii. David Moberly was born about 1840 in Indiana.

   45 M    iv. Alexander G Moberly was born about 1841 in Indiana and died after 1865.

   46 M    v. Joseph Moberly was born after 1842 and died on 27 Dec 1858.

   47 M    vi. Andrew Moberly was born in 1853 in Indiana.

24. Joseph Burkhart was born on 12 Nov 1821 in Monroe County, Indiana, died on 9 Apr 1874 in Iowa at age 52, and was buried in Center Point, Lynn County, Iowa.

Joseph married Amanda Daver, daughter of Jesse Daver and Patsey, on 15 Apr 1847 in Monroe County, Indiana. Amanda was born about 1826 in Indiana and was buried in Center Point, Lynn County, Iowa.

Children from this marriage were:

   48 M    i. William Willey Burkhart was born on 24 May 1848 in Monroe County, Indiana, died on 11 May 1931 in Urbana, Benton County, Iowa at age 82, and was buried on 14 May 1931 in Center Point, Lynn County, Iowa.

William Willey married Sarah Nancy Caldwell on 1 Oct 1871.

Marriage Notes: Source: Richard Moberly

   49 F    ii. Martha J Burkhart was born in 1850 in Indiana.

   50 F    iii. Rosanna Burkhart was born in 1854 in Indiana.

   51 M    iv. David D Burkhart was born about 1856 in Iowa.

   52 M    v. James F Burkhart was born about 1858 in Iowa.

James F married Jane.

   53 M    vi. Joseph I (Or J) Burkhart was born in Apr 1859 in Center Point, Lynn County, Iowa.

Joseph I (Or J) married Mary.

   54 M    vii. Samuel Burkhart was born about 1864 in Illinois.

   55 F    viii. Mary Burkhart was born about 1869 in Iowa.

   56 F    ix. Lavina Burkhart was born about 1870 in Iowa.

Joseph next married Elizabeth Wampler on 4 Jun 1840 in Monroe County, Indiana.

Children from this marriage were:

   57 F    i. Margaret Elizabeth Burkhart was born in 1840 in Indiana.

Margaret Elizabeth married John Chambers.

   58 M    ii. John Henry Burkhart was born about 1844 in Monroe County, Indiana and died about 1927 about age 83.

John Henry married Elizabeth Ann Crawford. Elizabeth Ann was born in 1846 in Coles County, Illinois and died in 1896 at age 50.

   59 F    iii. Louisa J Burkhart was born about 1845 in Indiana.

27. William H Burkhart was born on 1 Jan 1833 in Smythville, Indiana and died on 22 Apr 1893 in Alvord, Texas at age 60.

Birth Notes: Source: R. J. Headly, Rootsweb Message board, 29 Feb 2000.

Death Notes: Source: Monroe County, Indiana obits, Copied by Dorothy Hamm Prepared by the Newspaper Archives, Indiana University, Republican Progress, 17 May 1893.

William H married Ellen Sylvester on 22 Sep 1850 in Monroe County, Indiana.

Marriage Notes: Source: R. J. Headly, Rootsweb Message board, 29 Feb 2000.


Children from this marriage were:

   60 M    i. David Ransom Burkhart was born in 1852 and was buried in Smithville Cemetery, Monroe County, Indiana.

David Ransom married Tena E Palmer. Tena E was born in 1854, died in 1936 at age 82, and was buried in Smithville Cemetery, Monroe County, Indiana.

General Notes: Source: Tombstone

   61 M    ii. James Henry Burkhart was born in 1851, died in 1924 at age 73, and was buried in Smithville Cemetery, Monroe County, Indiana.


28. John Montgomery Burkhart was born in 1835 in Smithville, Monroe County, Indiana, died on 16 Apr 1907 in Feyetteville, Arkansas at age 72, and was buried in Liscomb, Marshall County, Iowa.

General Notes: he information about John M. Burkhart and wife Mary Elizabeth was taken from Probate records , Vol IV, of Benton County, Washington 1905-1907 and Yakima County, Washington 1869-1907. Thee above record lists Clyde Albert Conley, born 7 June 1906 as a grandson and Agnes May Conley , born 25 January 1908 as a granddaughter who live with Clara M. Conley.

Have copy of 1880 census of Liscomb, Marshall Co, Iowa which lists as follows: Burkhart, John , age 45, farmer, b. Ind, f.b.Wisc, m.b.Wisc, Burkhart, Mary E age 42,Wife,b. Ind, f.b.Ind, m .b.Ind, Burkhart, Lycurgus, son, age 20 born Ind, Burkhart, Miller, son age 15, born Ind, Burkhart, Elizabeth, dau, age 13, born Ind, Burkhart, Rebecca, dau, age 11,born Iowa, Burkhart , David S, son, age 8,born Iowa, Burkhart, Charles, son, age 6, born Iowa, Burkhart, Lillie , Grand Dau, age 2mo, born Iowa.

I Have a copy of the Last Will and Testament of John M Burkhart, (My great Grandfather). The Will is dated 14 May 1901. I received a copy from Yakima County Courthouse, upon request, in Yakima, Washington on 15 Aug 1991.

In the Last Will and Testament of John M Burkhart, dated 14 May 1901, Page 2, Par D, states quote: "No part of said trust fund shall ever be used by said trustee to pay any debt or claim against said Clara May Burkhart, not contracted by him, and particularly a judgment against her for costs rendered in the District Court of Grundy County Iowa in the case of The State of Iowa vs Guy Van Vorhies as said costs were illegally taxed against her."

At the time of his death, John M Burkhart held the legal title to the following described lot , tract or parcel of land situate, lying and being in Yakima County, Washington and particularly described as follows, to-wit: All the irrigble portion of the following described tract , beginning at a point on the center line of Section twenty five (25), township eleven (11) , North, range twenty (20) E.W.M. and 344 feet north of the south quarter corner of said sect ion twenty five (25); running north 42 degrees, 30 minutes east, parallel to and eight feet distant from the reservoir supply pipe of the Washington Irrigation Company, a distance of eight hundred and eighty (880) feet to an intersection with the right-of-way of the Washington Irrigation Company's main canal: thence in a northwesterly direction and then in a northeasterly direction, parallel to and 100 feet distant from the center line of said canal 1125 feet , more or less to an intersection with the east and west center line of the northwest quarter of the southeast quarter of said section 25; thence west along said center line 540 feet to intersection with the north and south center line of said section 25; thence south along said center line, sixteen hundred and forty nine (1649) feet, more or less to the point of beginning, containing eleven and nine tenths (11.9) acres of irrigable land. On October 1st, 1906 , said John M Burkhart entered into a land contract whereby he agreed to sell to M.E. Burkha t and M.E. Burkhart agreed to purchase from said John M Burkhart the real Estate herein before described, at the agreed price of $2035; to be paid on or before August 1st, 1909 with interest thereon from August 10th. 1909 until paid at the rate of seven per cent annum. the above property is in the area of Granger, Yakima County, Washington.

The following letter is from John M. Burkhart to his nephew, Milium B. Moberly (son of the sister to John M. Burkhart, Christina): (Note that I have not changed any of the spelling or punctuation and have had to leave a few blanks where I couldn't read the word)


Smithville August 14 1864

Dear Nephfew

I received your letter some time ago but have been so busy and neglected to rite I was glad to heare from you I have rote you to or letters and never received any answer we are not all well at this but hope that these few lines may find you all in good health our two youngest children are sick but not dangersly yet I will gave you the names of our children we have four there names are edward luther & lucurgus susan & miller evans. edward will soon be large enough to plow we have had a dry summer corn is short wheat and oats was tolerable good wheat is worth $1.60 corn $1.25 oats 75 cts potatoes $1.50 chickens $3.00 per doz eggs 10 cts butter sys calico 40 cts per yd factory 80 cocee 60 everything els in proportion green back is tolerable plenty and answers my purpis gust as well as gold I am making $2.00 to $2.50 a day when I work from home I have built me a new barn this spring and 28 feet square & built one for chasley woodard 36 by 40 feett and tended my crop with the eseseption of two days following and have a house to build yet so you con tell whther have lost a mutch time or not I have not heard from your folks for neartly the last I heard from them they was all well and at the place the first wet to their post office addess in buffalo praria rockiband County ills I am going to rite to them to day I would like to no that you are ____lering and how you are getting along in this world any how I would like to no whether you profes to be a follower of christ or not if you dont I want you to obey the lord in all his commandments and be a christian search the scriptures that you may grow up as calvs of the stalll fit meat for our masters use let us all _____ to live in that manner whitch well be accepted unto the lord that we dont see each others faces in this world that we may have an insureance of meeting in the world to come sooner or later we will have to die prepard or unprepard for it appointed unto man or wonst to die and after that the judgement just think for a monent are we prepared to stand acquitted before god or not you must escuse me for not riting sooner rite when you get this I want to not whether you get this or not

yours truly until death (signed) John M. Burkart to Milium B. Moberly
and family



John Montgomery married Mary Elizabeth Sutphin, daughter of Peter Alvin Sutphin and E. Lucinda Harvey, on 22 Nov 1856 in Monroe County, Indiana. Mary Elizabeth was born in 1838 in Indiana, died in 1901 in Liscomb, Marshall County, Iowa at age 63, and was buried in Liscomb, Marshall County, Iowa.

General Notes: OBITUARY

Mrs John Burkhart, age 65 years, died at her home two miles northeast of Liscomb Friday morning at 8:45 of consumption and diabetes. She leaves her husband, five sons, Miller, of Nelson, Washington. Davis and Cury, of Seattle, Charles who resides in Union and Ed who lives near Liscomb; two daughters, Mrs Melbourne, of Fayetteville, Ark., and Clara who resided with her parents, survive her. Mrs Burkhart was an old resident, having lived in Marshall county twenty years. She had been ill since June of the present year and her demise was not unexpected. The funeral services will be held at the Christian church at Liscomb Sunday at 2 p.m. , conducted by Rev. Hanna, and interment will be in Liscomb cemetery. (The son DAVIS should have read DAVID, and the son Cury is LYCURGUS) (The Evening Times-Republican, Marshalltown, Iowa, Saturday December 7, 1901)


Children from this marriage were:

+ 62 M    i. Edward Luther Burkhart was born on 14 Feb 1858, died on 27 Nov 1937 in Liscomb, Marshall County, Iowa at age 79, and was buried in Liscomb, Marshall County, Iowa.

   63 M    ii. Lycurgus Burkhart "Cury" was born on 20 Oct 1859 in Indiana.

Lycurgus married Mary Cribs.

   64 M    iii. Miller Evans Burkhart was born on 11 Dec 1863 in Indiana and died on 12 Jan 1912 at age 48.

Miller Evans married Carrie Shuck.

   65 F    iv. Elizabeth Lucinda Burkhart was born on 1 Jun 1866 in Indiana and died on 23 May 1887 in Marshall County, Iowa at age 20.

   66 F    v. Delythia Rebecca Burkhart "Becca" was born on 12 Sep 1868 in Grundy County, Iowa.

Delythia Rebecca married Milburn.

+ 67 M    vi. David Isaac Burkhart was born on 16 Dec 1871 in Albion, Marshall County, Iowa and died on 23 Oct 1944 in Seattle, King County, Washington at age 72.

   68 M    vii. Charles Hickey Burkhart was born on 26 May 1874 in Grundy County, Iowa.

Charles Hickey married Zula Bruce.

+ 69 F    viii. Clara May Burkhart was born on 25 May 1880 in Grundy County, Iowa, died on 12 May 1925 in Tacoma, Pierce County, Washington at age 44, and was buried in Tacoma, Pierce County, Washington.

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36. Daniel Lindamood was born in 1817 and died on 27 Jul 1885 at age 68. The cause of his death was Asthma.

General Notes: Served in Conferate Army during Civil War
Source: Rosa Altizer Bray, West Point, Virginia

Daniel married Eliza Silcox, daughter of Richard Silcox and Mary, in 1848. Eliza was born on 6 Jul 1816 in Tennessee and died on 23 Mar 1858 in Smyth County, Virginia at age 41.

General Notes: Source: Rosa Altizer Bray, West Point, Virginia

Daniel next married Sarah Ann Buckley, daughter of Alexander Buckley and Lucy Golden, on 21 Jun 1859 in Smyth County, Virginia. Sarah Ann was born on 14 Sep 1832 in Surry County, North Carolina and died on 29 Mar 1908 at age 75.

General Notes: Source: Rosa Altizer Bray, West Point, Virginia


Children from this marriage were:

   70 M    i. Stuart Crockett Lindamood was born about 1860.

Stuart Crockett married Jane Overbay, daughter of John Henry Overbay and Unknown.

General Notes: Source: Rosa Altizer Bray, West Point, Virginia

   71 F    ii. Martha Ellen Lindamood was born in 1861.

Martha Ellen married Lemuel Wampler.

General Notes: Source: Rosa Altizer Bray, West Point, Virginia

   72 M    iii. Charles Pearson Lindamood .

   73 F    iv. Barbara Alice Lindamood .

Barbara Alice married Eldred Kegley, son of Ephriam Kegley and Polly.

General Notes: Source: Rosa Altizer Bray, West Point, Virginia

   74 M    v. Crawford Baley Lindamood .

   75 F    vi. Nancy Isabelle Lindamood was born on 11 Mar 1867 and died on 27 Jul 1948 at age 81.

Nancy Isabelle married John William Pickle, son of Alexander Pickle and Eliza Riding.

General Notes: Source: Rosa Altizer Bray, West Point, Virginia

   76 F    vii. Laura Conway Lindamood was born in 1870.

Laura Conway married Kell Repass.

General Notes: Source: Rosa Altizer Bray, West Point, Virginia

   77 F    viii. Lura Casby Lindamood was born about 1868.

Lura Casby married Albert Bales.

General Notes: Source: Rosa Altizer Bray, West Point, Virginia

   78 F    ix. Cordelia Jane Lindamood was born on 7 Jul 1872.

Cordelia Jane married Daniel Monroe Altizer, son of William Radcliff Altizer and Nancy Epperly.

General Notes: Source: Rosa Altizer Bray, West Point, Virginia



62. Edward Luther Burkhart was born on 14 Feb 1858, died on 27 Nov 1937 in Liscomb, Marshall County, Iowa at age 79, and was buried in Liscomb, Marshall County, Iowa.

General Notes:
OBITUARY

Burkhart Funeral
Is Held at Liscomb

Liscomb - Special - Funeral services for E.L. Burkhart, well know Liscomb resident, who wa s found dead in bed Saturday morning at the home of his daughter, Mrs. L.C. Boyd, were held T uesday afternoon at 2 o'clock, from the Liscomb Church of Christ of which Mr. Burkhart was on e of the leading members. The service at the church and the prayer service at the home at 1 o 'clock, were in charge of Rev. Loren Works, assisted by Rev. George W. Biersborn. The pallbea rers were H.D.Johnson, Lyman Schryver, B.E. Boyd, George Smith, Clifford Smith, and Harry Fin k. Burial was in he family plot in the Liscomb cemetery. Among those attending the funeral fr om away were a nephew, Bryan Milburn of Fort Leavenworth, Kan., Dr. and Mrs R.L. Bixby, and M r. and Mrs. E.P. Smith of Union, Willard Hauser of Minerva, Mrs Mary Houser and Mr. and Mrs . Ted Brown of Albion, Mrs. Wendell Speas, and Mrs. Kenneth Speas of Marshalltown, and Olive r Bueghlley and daughter, Miss Alice of Conrad. (The Times-Republican, Marshalltown, Iowa, De c 1, 1937) (The name of L.C.Boyd in the above obituary should have read L.O.Boyd)

Noted events in his life were:

• Religion: Church of Christ, Liscomb, Marshall County, Iowa.

Edward Luther married Lettie M Galloway, daughter of John Galloway and Unknown. Lettie M was born in 1864, died on 14 May 1900 at age 36, and was buried in Liscomb, Marshall County, Iowa.

General Notes: Lettie M Galloway was 36yrs, 4mo, 1day old when died.

OBITUARY

Burkhart

Mrs E.L. Burkhart died Monday evening at 5 o'clock at the family home near Liscomb. For a long time she had not been well, the primary cause of her trouble being an aggravated case of goiter, and for the past six weeks she had been dangerously ill. Mrs. Burkhart was 36 ye ars old and the eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs John Galloway, of this city, who had been with her caring for her since her condition had become serious. Mrs Burkhart was a woman of excellent character and the friends who mourn her death are many. She was a devout member of the Christian church. Her husband and a 7 year old daughter survive her. The funeral will be held Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the Christian church at Liscomb. Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Galloway, the former a brother to the deceased, arrived in the city Monday evening from Hastings , Neb., and accompanied to Liscomb this morning their sisters, Misses Lida, Cora and Blanche Galloway. Dr. W.P. Galloway, Dr. Charles Galloway and their wives, of Esthervill, are also in Liscomb for the funeral. (The Times-Republican, Marshalltown, Iowa, Tuesday, May 15, 1900)


The child from this marriage was:

+ 79 F    i. Ina May Burkhart was born on 7 Oct 1891 in Liscomb, Marshall County, Iowa, died on 6 Jul 1972 in Eldora, Hardin County, Iowa at age 80, and was buried on 8 Jul 1972 in Liscomb, Marshall County, Iowa.

Edward Luther next married Della Barber in 1902. Della died on 3 Jul 1930.

General Notes: Source: Obit of Edward Luther Burkhart, 21 Nov 1937

67. David Isaac Burkhart was born on 16 Dec 1871 in Albion, Marshall County, Iowa and died on 23 Oct 1944 in Seattle, King County, Washington at age 72.

General Notes: Source: Deborah Burkhart Johns, Athena, Oregon

Source: Deborah Burkhart Johns, Athena, Oregon

David Isaac married Angie Bell Macdonald on 4 Dec 1897 in Seattle, King County, Washington. Angie Bell was born on 19 Jan 1877 in Picton, Ontario, Canada and died on 15 Jan 1941 in Seattle, King County, Washington at age 63.

General Notes: Source: Deborah Burkhart Johns, Athena, Oregon

Source: Deborah Burkhart Johns, Athena, Oregon


Children from this marriage were:

+ 80 M    i. Robert Crosley Burkhart was born on 5 Oct 1902 in Seattle, King County, Washington and died on 11 May 1992 in Seattle, King County, Washington at age 89.

+ 81 F    ii. Marjorie Virginia Burkhart was born on 13 May 1904.


69. Clara May Burkhart was born on 25 May 1880 in Grundy County, Iowa, died on 12 May 1925 in Tacoma, Pierce County, Washington at age 44, and was buried in Tacoma, Pierce County, Washington. The cause of her death was Brights Disease.

General Notes: Clara May Burkhart Conley never married Guy W. Van Voorhis, however according to court papers , dated 18 December 1899, Grundy County, Iowa, he was the birth father of Gladys Muriel Burkhart/Conley.

Clara May Burkhart Conley died of Bright's disease. Her son, Clyde Albert Conley, says that the only thing that kept her alive toward the end was that he rubbed her with olive oil which her body used as food, since she could not eat anything. Her body started swelling around her legs and in a matter of months it was swelling around her throat and choked her to death.

Clara May Burkhart played and taught the guitar and piano.

The Bible of Clyde Albert Conley, son of Clara May Burkhart, list the birthday of Clara May Burkhart as 4 Apr 1881.

QUITCLAIM DEED

90556
THIS ENDENTURE, Made this 10th day of December A.D.1924, between Clara May Conley party of the first part, and J.A.Conley, husband of the party of the first part party of the second part. WITNESSETH, That the said party of the first part, for and in consideration of the sum of one ($1.00) Dollar and love and affection lawful money of the United States of America to her in hand paid by the said party of the second part, does by these presents, remise, release, convey and forever quit claim unto the said part of the second part, his heirs, executors, administrators and assigns the following real estate, lying and being in the County of Benton, State of Washington, to wit:
Beginning on the North boundary of Grant Ave. at it's intersection with the East boundary of 5th Street; thence run North on the East boundary of 5th street extended 500 feet more or less to the Yakima River; thence run Southwesterly along Southern bank of Yakima River to a point 60 feet West and Approximately 495 feet North of the point of beginning; thence South 595 more or less to the North boundary of Grant Ave; thence East 60 feet to beginning, in the City of Prosser, Benton County, Washington, Also all my interest in my household goods and furniture.
TO HAVE AND TO HOLD, all and singular, the said described premises, together with the appurtenances unto the said party of the second part and to his heirs, executors, administrators and assigns forever .
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, The said party of the first part has hereunto set her hand and seal the day and year first above written.

Signed, Sealed and Delivered in the presence of (signed) Clara May Conley M.F. Porter STATE OF WASHINGTON
ss. County of Benton

I, the undersigned, a Notary Public in and for the said State, do certify that on this 10 day of December A.D. 1924 personally appeared before me Clara May Conley, Wife of J.A.Conley to me known to be the individual described in and who executed the within instrument and acknowledged that she signed and sealed the same as her free and voluntary act and deed for the uses and purposes therein mentioned .

GIVEN UNDER MY HAND AND OFFICIAL SEAL, this 10th day of December, A.D.1924.

(seal) M.F. Porter M.F. Porter Notary Public Notary public in and for said state, State of Washington residing at Puyallup in said County Commission Commission expires July 2nd, 1927

Filed for record at the request of Porter & Healy Dec 19, 1924 at 8:15 A.M.

Noted events in her life were:

• deed: 19 Dec 1924, Prosser, Benton County, Washington.

Clara May married Guy W Van Voorhis, son of William Otis Van Voorhis and Mary Brenizer. Guy W was born on 29 Feb 1880 in Grundy County, Iowa, died on 15 Jun 1969 in Grundy County, Iowa at age 89, and was buried in Liscomb, Marshall County, Iowa.

Marriage Notes: Clara May Burkhart never Married Guy W Van Voorhis. She got pregnant by him and gave birth to Glalyds Murial.

General Notes: Clara May Burkhart/Conley never married Guy W. Van Voorhis, however according to court papers, dated 18 December 1899, Grundy County, Iowa, he was he birth father of Gladys Muriel Burkhart/Conley.

GUY VAN VOORHIS
BURIED AT LISCOMB

Serviced for Guy Van Voorhis 89, widely know Liscomb area farmer, who died Sunday were held at the Liscomb Church of Christ Thursday. The Rev. Eugene xxxxxx, Friends, Des Moines, xx xxxx, and Bieraborn Funeral Home of Union had charge of arrangements. Burial was in the Liscomb cemetery. Liscomb IOOF lodge had the Graveside rites with Ed Schultz as noble grand and Earl Westherty as Chaplin. (xxxxx-could not read) (The Grundy Register, Grundy Center, Iowa, Thursday June 26, 1969, page 4)

Guy W. Van Voorhis was a 64 yr member of the I.O.O.F Lodge No. 242 in Liscomb, Iowa.


The child from this marriage was:

+ 82 F    i. Gladys Muriel Conley was born on 25 Aug 1899 in Liscomb, Marshall County, Iowa, died on 31 Mar 1932 in Bellevue, King County, Washington at age 32, and was buried in Tacoma, Pierce County, Washington.


Clara May next married James Albert Conley "Bert", son of Ezra Conley and Agnes Ann Crawford, on 19 Apr 1905 in Yakima, Yakima County, Washington. James Albert was born on 14 Jan 1874 in Harlan, Shelby County, Iowa, died on 1 Jul 1959 in Yakima, Yakima County, Washington at age 85, and was buried in Terrace Heights Cemetery, Yakima, Yakima County, Washington.

General Notes: James Albert Conley, as a young man, sometime during the 1890's, lived and worked in or around Sheridan, Wyoming, possibly for a sheep herder or cattleman.

James had a prune orchard in Zillah, Washington and at times had trouble with the Indians.

Betty Chappel one of James Albert Conley's wives died 7 Feb 1956.

Found J.A. Conley listed 1900 census of Elmood Precinct, Cass County, Nebraska, page 12 living in the household of McKinnon as a border, the listing is as follows: Conley, J.A. White, Male, born Jan 1873, age 27 Born Iowa, father born Indiana, mother born Iowa, farm laborer

23 Jan 1926 Valley Svgs & Loan (Grantee) J.A. Conley (Grantor) mtg bk 32, pg 549 Prosser lot 1, blk 8 Fee bk 95977

15 Dec 1934 Valley Svgs & Loan (Grantee) J.A.Conley (etux) (Grantor) His Judgment problems Bk 5, pg 357 (see record)

21 Oct 1919 J. A. Conley (Grantor) E.G.Damrell (Grantee) Deed bk 46, pg 281 Fee bk 63837 Halms add-Prosser Lot 1-2

19 Dec 1924 J. A. Conley-Clara May Conley GC deeds, bk 55, pg 365 Land in Prosser Fee bk 90556

556
THIS ENDENTURE, Made this 10th day of December A.D.1924, between Clara May Conley party o f the first part, and J.A.Conley, husband of the party of the first part party of the second part. WITNESSETH, That the said party of the first part, for and in consideration of the sum of one ($1.00) Dollar and love and affection lawful money of the United States of America to her in hand paid by the said party of the second part, does by these presents, remise, release, convey and forever quit claim unto the said part of the second part, his heirs, executors, administrators and assigns the following real estate, lying and being in the County of Benton, State of Washington, to wit:
Beginning on the North boundary of Grant Ave. at it's intersection with the East boundary of 5th Street; thence run North on the East boundary of 5th street extended 500 feet more or less to the Yakima River; thence run Southwesterly along Southern bank of Yakima River to a point 60 feet West and Approximately 495 feet North of the point of beginning; thence South 595 more or less to the North bounndry of Grant Ave; thence East 60 feet to beginning, in the City of Prosser, Benton County, Washington, Also all my interest in my household goods and furniture.
TO HAVE AND TO HOLD, all and singular, the said described premises, together with the appurtenances unto the said party of the second part and to his heirs, executors, administrator s and assigns forever .
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, The said party of the first part has hereunto set her hand and seal th e day and year first above written.

Signed, Sealed and Delivered in the presence of (signed) Clara May Conley M.F. Porter STATE OF WASHINGTON
ss. County of Benton

I, the undersigned, a Notary Public in and for the said State, do certify that on this 10 day of December A.D. 1924 personally appeared before me Clara May Conley, Wife of J.A.Conley to me to be known to be the individual described in and who executed the within instrument and acknowledged that she signed and sealed the same as her free and voluntary act and deed for the uses and purposes therein mentioned .

GIVEN UNDER MY HAND AND OFFICIAL SEAL, this 10th day of December, A.D.1924.

(seal) M.F. Porter M.F. Porter Notary Public Notary public in and for said state, State of Washington residing at Puyallup in said County Commission expires July 2, 1827 Commission expires July 2nd, 1927

Filed for record at the request of Porter & Healy Dec 19, 1924 at 8:15 A.M.

Noted events in his life were:

• Census: 1900, Elmwood Precinct, Cass County, Nebraska.

• deed: 23 Jan 1926, Prosser, Benton County, Washington.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 83 M    i. Clyde Albert Conley was born on 7 Jun 1906 in Lincoln, Lancaster County, Nebraska, died on 23 Jun 1997 in Selah, Yakima County, Washington at age 91, and was buried on 25 Jun 1997 in West Hills Memorial Park, Yakima County, Washington.

+ 84 F    ii. Agnes May Conley was born on 25 Jan 1908 in Oxford, Furnas County, Nebraska, died on 22 Dec 1984 in Albuquerque, Bernalillo County, New Mexico at age 76, and was buried in Tacoma, Pierce County, Washington.

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79. Ina May Burkhart was born on 7 Oct 1891 in Liscomb, Marshall County, Iowa, died on 6 Jul 1972 in Eldora, Hardin County, Iowa at age 80, and was buried on 8 Jul 1972 in Liscomb, Marshall County, Iowa.

General Notes: Ina May Burkhart and Loyd Oakley Boyd were married on the farm of her father, Edward L Burkha rt, in Grundy County, Iowa, about 1 mile northeast of Liscomb, Marshall county, Iowa.

BOYD BURKHART WEDDING
Well Known Liscomb Young People
Are Married Wednesday

The marriage of Miss Ina Burkhart to Mr. Lloyd O. Boyd was witnessed at the home of th e bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E.L. Burkhart, three miles northeast of Liscomb, at noon Wedn esday. Rev. T.F. Paris, pastor of the Christian church of Liscomb, performed the ceremony i n the presence of fifty guests. The ring service was used, little Miriam Paris acting as rin g bearer. Miss Hazel Barber, step-sister of the bride, presided at the piano and playe d the march as the young couple took their places in the south parlor. The bride wore beautif ul gown of imported swiss and lace, and carried pink and white roses. The colors used i n the decorations were pink and white and were carried out in the four-course luncheon serve d by the Misses Marie Scott and Hazel Barber, Mrs. Will Early and Miss Herma Galloway, the la tter of Marshalltown, a cousin of the bride. Mr. and Mrs. Boyd are both well known in Li scomb and vicinity, both having been born and reared here. Mr Boyd is the son of Mr. and Mrs . James Boyd, who at this time, are visiting a daughter in Tacoma, Wash. Mrs. Boyd is the onl y daughter of Mr. E.L. Burkhart. The young couple will reside on W.O. Van Voorhis farm, one m ile west of Liscomb. For the present they will occupy the James Boyd home in Liscomb. Gu ests present at the wedding from a distance were Dr. C.C. Galloway and daughter, Roberta Bell e, of Washington, D.C.; Dr. W.P. Galloway and wife, of Estherville; Prof. and Mrs H.C. Ford , of Ames; Miss Blanche Galloway, of New York City; Mr. J.H.Galloway, of Hastings, Neb.; Mr F .W.Galloway, wife and daughter Herma and Mr. and Mrs. John Galloway, of Marshalltown; Mr. an d Mrs Sherman Boyd, of Toledo; and Mr. and Mrs. David Boyd, of Grundy Center. (Marshalltown R epublican, September 21, 1911, Marshalltown, Iowa)

OBITUARY

Mrs. Boyd Rites
to be Saturday

LISCOMB-(Special)- Services for Mrs. Ina Boyd, 80, who died at 5 a.m. Thursday in Eldora Memo rial Hospital, will be at 1:30 p.m. Saturday in the Liscomb Church of Christ with the Rev. Ru ssell Casey, Marshalltown, in charge. Biersborn Funeral Home, Union, is making arrangements . Burial will be in the Liscomb cemetery. Ina May Boyd was born Oct. 7, 1891, in Grundy Count y, daughter of Edward L. and Lettie Burkhart. She attended country school east of Liscomb an d Marshalltown schools. Ina Burkhart and Loyd (Ted) Boyd were united in marriage Sept 20, 191 1, in her home in Grundy County. She was a lifelong member of the Liscomb Church of Christ an d a member of the church Missionary Society. She was a 50-year member of the Liscomb Grumme R ebekah Lodge. She lived in Liscomb all her married life, moving to Eldora after the death o f her husband in 1960. She was preceded in death by her husband and an infant grandson. She i s survived by two daughters, Mrs. Lucille Clary, Eldora, and Mrs Ivan (June) Gunderson, Lisco mb. Also surviving are six grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. (The above obituary wa s published in the Marshalltown Times-Republican, Friday, July 7, 1972)



Ina May married Loyd Oakley (Ted) Boyd, son of James Boyd and Elizabeth, on 20 Sep 1911 in Grundy County, Iowa. Loyd Oakley (Ted) was born on 30 May 1887, died on 28 Dec 1960 at age 73, and was buried in Liscomb, Marshall County, Iowa.

Children from this marriage were:

   85 F    i. Lucille Boyd

   86 F    ii. June Boyd

June married Ivan Gunderson.

80. Robert Crosley Burkhart was born on 5 Oct 1902 in Seattle, King County, Washington and died on 11 May 1992 in Seattle, King County, Washington at age 89.

General Notes: Source: Deborah Burkhart Johns, Athena, Oregon

Source: Deborah Burkhart Johns, Athena, Oregon

Robert Crosley married Mabel Winifred Dumas on 7 Jan 1926 in Montesano, Grays Harbor, Washington. Mabel Winifred was born on 10 Oct 1898 in Huntsville, Washington and died on 3 Jan 1979 in College Place, Walla Walla County, Washington at age 80.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 87 M    i. Peter Crosley Burkhart

+ 88 F    ii. Joanne Burkhart

+ 89 M    iii. David James Burkhart

   90 M    iv. Paul Storie Burkhart was born on 27 Nov 1929 in Dayton, Washington and died on 3 Feb 1933 at age 3.

+ 91 M    v. Robert John Burkhart

+ 92 F    vi. Ruth Corleen Burkhart

+ 93 M    vii. Roger Samuel Burkhart

81. Marjorie Virginia Burkhart was born on 13 May 1904.

General Notes: Source: Deborah Burkhart Johns, Athena, Oregon

Marjorie Virginia married James Blaine Kennedy.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 94 F    i. Candace Kennedy


82. Gladys Muriel Conley was born on 25 Aug 1899 in Liscomb, Marshall County, Iowa, died on 31 Mar 1932 in Bellevue, King County, Washington at age 32, and was buried in Tacoma, Pierce County, Washington.

General Notes: *In the last Will and Testament of John M Burkhart (Grandfather of Gladys Muriel Conley) dated 14 May 1901, Page 2, Par D, states quoits: "No part of said trust fund shall ever be used by said trustee to pay any debt or claim against said Clara May Burkhart, not contracted by him, and particularly a judgment against her for costs rendered in the District Court of Grundy County Iowa in the case of The State of Iowa vs Guy Vorhies as said costs were illegally taxed against her,"

8/6/96 Clara May Burkhart/Conley never married Guy W. Van Voorhis, however according to court papers, dated 18 December 1899, Grundy County, Iowa, he was the birth father of Gladys Muriel Burkhart/Conley.

Byron and Gladys Bennett lived 4 miles west of Goldendale, Washington on the road going to Glenwood, on the Klickitat river. The river was very close to the house. This is where Clyde Conley, brother of Gladys, caught his first trout. Byron managed the ranch for someone else, raised cattle.



Gladys Muriel married Byron Ellsworth Bennett, son of Willis Asel Bennett and Ida Lorena Poore, on 21 Aug 1919 in Prosser, Benton County, Washington. Byron Ellsworth was born on 4 Apr 1891 in Bird Island, Minnesota, died on 8 May 1975 in Seattle, King County, Washington at age 84, and was buried in Tacoma, Pierce County, Washington.

Marriage Notes: Source: Vol 1, pg 396, cert #789, Benton County, Washington marriage records.


Children from this marriage were:

+ 95 M    i. Willis Albert Bennett was born on 8 Aug 1920 in Prosser, Benton County, Washington, died on 4 Jul 1984 in Renton, King County, Washington at age 63, and was buried in Seattle, King County, Washington.

+ 96 M    ii. Bob Ellsworth Bennett was born on 25 Apr 1922 in Prosser, Benton County, Washington and died on 12 Sep 1978 in San Leandro, California at age 56.


83. Clyde Albert Conley was born on 7 Jun 1906 in Lincoln, Lancaster County, Nebraska, died on 23 Jun 1997 in Selah, Yakima County, Washington at age 91, and was buried on 25 Jun 1997 in West Hills Memorial Park, Yakima County, Washington.

General Notes: The mother of Clyde Albert Conley died when he was 18 years old.

Clyde Conley said at age 4 or 5 he mentioned there were raisins in the gravy (flys) he was sent outside.

Clyde Albert Conley went to Selah Washington in 1934 where he worked in the West Dependable Grocery store and after that in the Hardware store. During WW II, he managed a grocery store for Robert Lince (Jim's Market) while Robert Lince was in the war. Clyde later owned a grocery of his own, Clyde's Market, in Selah Washington, which Robert Lince purchased from him several years later.

Clyde was Selah City Clerk for a number of years and served on the Selah City Council from 1953 to 1972. Clyde also served on the Selah Chamber of Commerce and was president of that organization in the late 1930's. Clyde started the Chamber's Crab Feed in 1936 and it is still (1996) an annual event. Clyde served on the Fire District Board as secretary for several years and served on the Yakima Valley Fire District Board.

Clyde was Treasurer of his church, Selah Church of Christ. Clyde was also active in the Selah Lions Club and held almost every office in the organization, including president thru out the years.



Clyde and wife Alta Fravel Conley and baby daughter, Shirley, lived with Lora and Erwin Knowles on their ranch near Benton City, Washington in 1933. He worked for board & room, living in the 1 room cabin that Phillip Bachler had lived in years earlier, and at the same time rode a horse to Whitstrand, Washington and worked on the Deshayne Ranch for 50 cents a day.

We have a copy of Clyde Albert Conley's discharge from the National Guard, dated 10 November 1928. His address at the time was 7344 31st SW, Seattle, Washington.

We have a copy of a "Promotion Certificate" from the primary department to the Junior department of the First Christian Church, Waitsburg, Washington, dated 26 September 1915. (The church is still there in 1994)

CONLEY RETIRES FROM FIRE DISTRICT #2

It is very frequently the people behind the scenes, those that just keep things moving , are the silent majority that really gets things done, quietly and with persistence. Clyde Conley is one of those people. Clyde Conley retired from the position of Secretary of Fire District #2, Dec. 31, 1990, but his actual retirement date was February of 1989. On the date of his retirement in February of 1989, he was asked to stay on for the sake of continuity, so he did. Upon his retirement, he had spent 34 years as the secretary of Fire District #2. While doing this public Job, Conley was also serving as secretary of the Chamber of Commerce. During his tenure, Conley had to prepare minutes of each meeting and see to it that copies of the minutes went to each of the three fire commissioners, a job that entailed a large amount of detail and bookkeeping. Conley also had to keep fire commissioners informed of previous matters that would have an influence on the decisions that they were making. He was responsible for having the paperwork and accounting ready for auditors and he also had to be aware of annexations and annexation policies and how they would affect the workings of the fire district Fire Chief, John Soden, recalls that Conley never missed a meeting. "He was always attentive, and kept good minutes," Soden said. "He showed a definite concern and interest for the people of Fire District #2." Throughout Conley's time as the secretary, fire district grew . It was incorporated with the City of Selah on Sept 26, 1966, and later incorporations included East Selah, Lower Wenas and Upper Wenas. Each time a new area of responsibility was added , Conley's responsibilities grew. Conley had to be aware of the various types of roads and whether access of specific types of fire fighting vehicles would be possible. All problems had to be anticipated. When Conley started as the secretary, the three fire commissioners were Axel Samuelson, Ed Brown and William Dowdy. Clyde Conley is now (1991) 85 years old, and can, at last, turn the wheel over to someone else. Carl North, firefighter and high-school teacher, is the new secretary of Fire District #2. Conley lives in retirement in Selah. (Source : Yakima Herald, 1991)

GETS BEAR STORY OUT OF DEER HUNT

Clyde Conley shot a nice two-point buck far up in the Wenas on Sunday and he almost got a bear in what he terms the hard way, The bear, probably frightened by hunters, came tearing down the ridge on which Clyde was walking. There was not much room to pass so Clyde let out a husky yell and the bear swerved to the side. About that time Larry Tyrrell got in a good shot and bruin rolled to the bottom of the small canyon and two more shots failed to stop him. Clyde sheepishly reported that Bobby Dubuque, who was in the party, also ran. (Selah news paper, sometime in the 1940's)

OBITUARY
CLYDE ALBERT CONLEY


Clyde Albert Conley, 91, Selah, Wa., died Monday June 23, 1997 at Selah Convalescent Center. He was born June 7, 1906 in Lincoln, Nebraska to James Albert Conley and Clara May (Burkhart) Conley. When Clyde was 6 years old, the family moved to Waitsburg, Wa. and then when 12 years old moved to Prosser, Wa. At age 18 he moved to Puyallup, Wa. where his mother died. Clyde graduated from high school in Puyallup, Wa. in 1925.
Clyde sought out and found Alta Fravel that he had met in Prosser, Wa. when he was 12 years old. Clyde Conley and Alta Fravel were married in Seattle, Wa. February 16, 1929 and lived in Seattle, Wa. a short time before moving to the Prosser and Benton City area. While in Prosser, Wa., their first child was born on June 26, 1931, Shirley Anne. Clyde and Alta moved to Yakima, Wa., in 1934, where their second child was born on April 29, 1934, Donald Richard . Clyde and Alta and family moved to Selah, Wa. shortly after the birth of their son in 1934 and have lived there ever since.
In Selah Clyde managed the West Dependable Grocery Store and then worked in the hardware store. During WWII Clyde managed Jim's Market for Robert Lince and later owned Clyde's Market. He was also a bookkeeper and dispatcher for McPherson Trucking.
Clyde was actively involved in his community. He was City Clerk for a number of years, served on the City Council for 19 years. He was on the Selah Chamber of Commerce, including the office of president in the late 1930's. He started the Chamber's Crab Feed in 1936 which is still an annual event. For his 34 years of service as secretary on the Fire District Board , a meeting room at the new fire station was named in his honor. He was an active member of the Selah Lions Club, holding every office including president. Clyde was a beloved member of the Christian Church at Selah serving there as an elder and treasurer.
Clyde is survived by his wife of 68 years Alta Conley of Selah; Daughter and son-in-law, Shirley and Eli Reyna of East Selah, Wa., son and daughter-in-law, Don and Scharmal Conley of Kennewick, Wa., 2 nieces Abbie Shaw and Mary Lou Foresman, 9 grandchildren, 12 great grandchildren, and many grandnieces and grandnephews, and he was affectionately called "Grandpa Clyde" by many, many other children who adopted him as their own.
Clyde Conley was buried June 25, 1997 at West Hills Memorial Park, Yakima, Wa., Shaw and Sons Funeral Home in charge.

Noted events in his life were:

• Soc Sec Num: 534-01-6698.

• Residence: Selah, Yakima County, Washington, Between 1934 and 1997.

• Residence: Lincoln, Nebraska, Between 7 Jun 1906 and 1912.

• Residence: Waitsburg, Washington, Between 1912 and 1918.

• Residence: Prosser, Washington, Between 1918 and 1924.

• Residence: Puyallup, Washington, Between 1924 and 1929.

• Residence: 1925, 1627 W Stewart St, Payalllup, Washington.

• Residence: Seattle, Washington, 1929-1930.

• Residence: Prosser, Washington, Between 1930 and 1932.

• Residence: Benton City, Washington, 1932-1933.

• Residence: Sunnyside, Washington, 1933-1934.

Clyde Albert married Alta Leverta Fravel, daughter of John Henry Fravel and Lilly May Carroll, on 16 Feb 1929 in Seattle, King County, Washington. Alta Leverta was born on 19 Aug 1906 in Gypsum, Colorado, died on 25 Jan 2001 in Yakima, Yakima County, Washington at age 94, and was buried on 29 Jan 2001 in West Hills Memorial Park, Yakima County, Washington. The cause of her death was Heart Failure.

General Notes: Alta Fravel was born in a log cabin in Gypsum, Colorado, she lived in Lincoln, Nebraska when she was 2 years old. (1908)

Alta's sister Mable named her. Source: Alta L. Fravel

Alta was 11 yrs old when she lived in St Peter, Minn for 2 years, she was there when World War I ended. (1918)

Alta Fravel said when she was a kid, she used to roller skate to the Capital Building in Lincoln, Nebraska.

William Jennings Bryant's home was across the street from the school she went to. Thats where her brother Ray got hit in the mouth with a ball bat. It knocked him out. He was laid on the porch of William Jennings Bryant's house to come to.

Alta took ballet lessons when young, she also rode horses.

Alta thinks her mother and father lived in Waco, Nebraska at some time.

Alta, Glen & Charlie (her brothers) lived in Prosser 3 years (1919) then to Portland, Oregon.

Alta moved around a lot as a child, only going to the 8th grade in school because they would always put her back when she got to a new school. She lived in Colorado, Minnesota, Nebraska and Washington, living in a number of cities in each of the states.

In about 1918 Alta lived at St Peter, Minnesota, about 5 miles out of town.

On 8 June 1991, Alta met a lady who is the Granddaughter of Mary Magdalene Worley Jordon Carroll, who married her grandfather, Edward B. Carroll in 1910. She said what a nice man he was.

1929 address of Alta Fravel Conley: 7344 31st Ave S.W. Seattle, Washington

OBITUARY

ALTA L. CONLEY

YAKIMA - Alta L. Conley went home to the loving arms of her Lord, Thursday January 25, 2001 at Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital. Alta was born in Gypsum, Colorado, August 19, 1906 to John H. and Lilly M. (Carroll) Fravel and moved to Washington when she was a young girl. She married Clyde on February 16, 1929 in Seattle, and moved back to the Yakima area in 1933. Alta was a very loving mother and friend. She was "Grandma Alta" to every child she met. Alta raised her family in Selah and was a long time, active member of the Christian Church of Selah.
Alta's survivors include her daughter Shirley Reyna, and husband Eli, of Yakima; son Don and his wife Scharmal, of Kennewick; nine grandchildren, thirteen great grandchildren, and several nieces and nephews.
Alta was preceded in death by her husband Clyde, and her parents, five brothers and one sister.
Graveside services will be Monday January 29, 2001at 2:00pm at West Hills Memorial Park. Visitation can be made Sunday from 1:00 am to noon. Shaw and Sons Funeral Directors are entrusted with arrangements. In lieu of flowers the family suggests donations be made go the New Hope Christian Church building fund care of Shaw and Sons.

Noted events in her life were:

• Residence: Selah, Yakima County, Washington, Between 1934 and 2001.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 97 F    i. Shirley Anne Conley

+ 98 M    ii. Donald Richard Conley

84. Agnes May Conley was born on 25 Jan 1908 in Oxford, Furnas County, Nebraska, died on 22 Dec 1984 in Albuquerque, Bernalillo County, New Mexico at age 76, and was buried in Tacoma, Pierce County, Washington.


Agnes May married Robert Emmett Barbee, son of Robert E Lee Barbee and Mary Alice Barbee, on 2 Mar 1924 in Prosser, Benton County, Washington. Robert Emmett was born on 5 May 1899 in St Louis, St Louis County, Missouri, died on 5 Sep 1956 in Seattle, King County, Washington at age 57, and was buried in Arthur Wright Cr., Seattle, King County, Washington.

Marriage Notes: Source: Vol 2, pg 283, cert #1364, Benton County, Washington marriage records.

Noted events in his life were:

• Occupation: Farmer, Mar 1924.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 99 M    i. Robert Emmett Barbee

+ 100 F    ii. Mary Lou Barbee

+ 101 M    iii. James Albert Barbee


Agnes May next married James Chadwick, son of James Chadwick and Emma Oakley. James was born on 16 Nov 1901 in Fenton, Stoke-On-Trent, England, died on 14 Nov 1985 in Atlanta, Georgia at age 83, and was buried in Tacoma, Pierce County, Washington.

General Notes: Sometime shortly after James was born, Emma Chadwick passed on with a sickness called at th e time "Sour Breast milk" which I believe was really Breast Cancer. Shortly after that, Jame s Chadwick was given to some people called Goodwin because his father couldn't take of 5 kid s (James had three brothers and one sister, all older than he was). The Goodwins were "foste r parents" for James. They brought James to the U.S. as their son and he entered the U.S. a s a Goodwin, not a Chadwick. When he was about 11 years old, he found some letters in the Goo dwin household from his "real" father and confronted the Goodwins. A Verbal battle ensued an d James left the house never to return and changed his name back to Chadwick. Source: John Th omas Chadwick, 17 Mar 2000.


Children from this marriage were:

+ 102 M    i. John Thomas Chadwick

+ 103 M    ii. William Chadwick was born on 12 Oct 1935 in Graylands, Washington and died on 8 Dec 1980 in San Francisco, San Mateo County, California at age 45.

+ 104 M    iii. James Chadwick Jr

   105 M    iv. Walter Chadwick

Walter married Betty Caroline Meadows.
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87. Peter Crosley Burkhart

Peter Crosley married Meryle Ilene Carrier.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 106 M    i. Daniel Crosley Burkhart

+ 107 M    ii. James Burkhart

+ 108 F    iii. Sandra Danelle Burkhart

+ 109 F    iv. Janet Luella Burkhart

+ 110 M    v. Phillip Alan Burkhart

88. Joanne Burkhart

Joanne married Ronald Fred Weatherford.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 111 F    i. Linda Kay Weatherford

   112 M    ii. Bruce Holman Weatherford

   113 F    iii. Lisa Ann Weatherford

89. David James Burkhart

David James married Rosalind Cornelia Pool.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 114 F    i. Deborah Ray Burkhart

+ 115 M    ii. Stephen David Burkhart

+ 116 F    iii. Becky Sue Burkhart

91. Robert John Burkhart

Robert John married Carol Elaine Hankins. Carol Elaine was born on 19 Dec 1034 in Emmet, Idaho.

General Notes: Source: Deborah Burkhart Johns, Athena, Oregon


Children from this marriage were:

   117 M    i. Paul Burkhart

   118 F    ii. Beverly Ann Burkhart was born on 19 Jun 1961 in Ritzville, Washingrton and died in Ritzville, Washingrton.

   119 M    iii. Kevin Burkhart

   120 F    iv. Ann Burkhart

+ 121 F    v. Marcia Joanne Burkhart

92. Ruth Corleen Burkhart

Ruth Corleen married Donald Crawford.

Children from this marriage were:

   122 F    i. Sue Anne Crawford

Sue Anne married Kurt Ross Crosby.

   123 M    ii. Michael Craig Crawford

Michael Craig married Lisa Lynette Sevier.

+ 124 M    iii. David Eric Burkhart Crawford

93. Roger Samuel Burkhart

Roger Samuel married Jeanne Marie Bersten. Jeanne Marie was born on 8 Nov 1938 in Ponca City, Oklahoma and died on 12 Nov 1987 in Union, New Hampshire at age 49.

General Notes: Source: Deborah Burkhart Johns, Athena, Oregon

Source: Deborah Burkhart Johns, Athena, Oregon


Children from this marriage were:

   125 F    i. Carissa Burkhart

   126 M    ii. Wendelin Burkhart

   127 F    iii. Raenya Burkhart

94. Candace Kennedy

Candace married William Deming.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 128 M    i. William Arthur Deming

+ 129 F    ii. Mary Kathleen Deming

+ 130 M    iii. Blaine Kennedy Deming

+ 131 M    iv. David Burkhart Deming


95. Willis Albert Bennett was born on 8 Aug 1920 in Prosser, Benton County, Washington, died on 4 Jul 1984 in Renton, King County, Washington at age 63, and was buried in Seattle, King County, Washington.

Birth Notes: Source: 2nd wife, Abbie, ss death index

Willis Albert married Ingaborg Saastad in Seattle, King County, Washington. Ingaborg was born on 11 Dec 1917 in Devils Lake, North Carolina and died on 15 Mar 1967 in Auburn, King County, Washington at age 49.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 132 M    i. Willis Albert Bennett Jr

Willis Albert next married Abagail Elizabeth Kanouff, daughter of William Earl Kanouff and Cora Mary Woods.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 133 F    i. Sherry Elaine Bennett

+ 134 M    ii. Gary Clifford Bennett Sr

+ 135 M    iii. Micheal Earl Bennett

   136 M    iv. Patrick Byron Bennett

Patrick Byron married Cherilee Lee Ross.

96. Bob Ellsworth Bennett was born on 25 Apr 1922 in Prosser, Benton County, Washington and died on 12 Sep 1978 in San Leandro, California at age 56.

Noted events in his life were:

• Cremation: California, Ashes Scattered At Sea.

Bob Ellsworth married Dessie Dorine Brandow, daughter of William Aurther Brandow and Maria May Sutherland.

Children from this marriage were:

   137 M    i. Donald Albert Bennett

+ 138 M    ii. William Byron Bennett

97. Shirley Anne Conley


Shirley Anne married Edamore Mervin Mastel, son of Michael Barnhard Mastel and Thea Elizabeth Westre. Edamore Mervin was born on 26 Apr 1926 in Yakima, Yakima County, Washington, died in Jul 1979 in Yakima, Yakima County, Washington at age 53, and was buried in Calvery Cemetery, Yakima, Yakima County, Washington.

General Notes: OBITUARY

Edamore Mervin Mastel, 53, of Route 4, Box 196A, died Sunday at his home.
He was born April 26, 1926, in Yakima to Mike and Thea Mastel. He was raised and educate d in the West Valley area and attended Willow Lawn Elementary School. He was a fruit ranche r in the West Valley area and was a former member of the Yakima Eagles Lodge.
Survivors include two sons, Patrick Michael Mastel of Yakima and Donald Sherman Mastel o f Des Moines; two daughters, Diane Marie Mastel of Yakima and Mrs Larry (Marilyn Renee) Tatr o of Harrah; one granddaughter, Sara Angela Tatro of Harrah; two sisters, Mrs Harry (Helen) R oth of Toppenish and Mrs Robert (Mary) Hennessey of Yakima; two brothers, Sherman Mastel an d Leonard Mastel, both of Yakima; and several nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by his parents and two brothers, Thomas Russell Mastel on Dec 25 , 1940, and Pfc. Robert E. Mastel on Jan 30, 1944. (Source: Yakima Herald, Yakima, Washington )

Noted events in his life were:

• Religion: Catholic, Yakima, Yakima County, Washington.

Children from this marriage were:

   139 M    i. Patrick Michael Mastel

Patrick Michael married Jean.

   140 F    ii. Dianne Marie Mastel

Dianne Marie married John Harvey Kasinger.

+ 141 F    iii. Marilyn Rene Mastel

+ 142 M    iv. Donald Sherman Mastel

Shirley Anne next married Andrew Dominguez.

The child from this marriage was:

   143 F    i. Shauna Dominguez

Shirley Anne next married Elias Reyna.

98. Donald Richard Conley

Donald Richard married Scharmal Veronica Triesch, daughter of Joseph Peter Triesch "Joe" and Mahala Winnifred "Winnie" Byers.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 144 F    i. Jan Donnelle Conley

+ 145 F    ii. Lisa Ann Conley

+ 146 M    iii. Scott Fletcher Conley

+ 147 M    iv. David Richard Conley

99. Robert Emmett Barbee

Robert Emmett married June Alberta Henry, daughter of John Frederick Henry and Bertha Fracas.

Children from this marriage were:

   148 M    i. Stephen Robert Barbee

Stephen Robert married Vickie Johnston.

   149 M    ii. Michael John Barbee

   150 M    iii. Scott Andrew Barbee

Scott Andrew married Patricia Gallagher.

100. Mary Lou Barbee

Mary Lou married Einar Victor Forsman, son of John Victor Forsman and Maggie Ellen Scott.

Children from this marriage were:

   151 M    i. Andrew Forsman was born on 16 Feb 1947 in Port Orchard, Washington and died on 16 Feb 1947 in Bremerton, Kitsap County, Washington.

+ 152 F    ii. Marilyn Louise Forsman

   153 M    iii. Paul Forsman was born on 25 Sep 1949 in Bremerton, Kitsap County, Washington and died on 25 Sep 1949 in Bremerton, Kitsap County, Washington.

   154 M    iv. Thomas Forsman was born on 3 Dec 1950 in Bremerton, Kitsap County, Washington and died on 4 Dec 1950 in Bremerton, Kitsap County, Washington.

   155 M    v. John Victor Forsman

John Victor married Tanya Holbert.

   156 F    vi. Jennifer Lee Forsman

Jennifer Lee married Randall Lynn Wright.

101. James Albert Barbee

James Albert married Joan Stevens.

Children from this marriage were:

   157 F    i. Debra Kay Barbee

Debra Kay married Tom Johnson.

   158 F    ii. Sandra Rae Barbee

Sandra Rae married Bruce Hutchinson.

   159 M    iii. David Alan Barbee

James Albert next married Merrie Frederick Powell, daughter of Alvin C Powell and Bertha M Harp.

102. John Thomas Chadwick

John Thomas married Anna Mae Baker.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 160 M    i. Douglas John Chadwick

+ 161 F    ii. Lori Ann Chadwick


103. William Chadwick was born on 12 Oct 1935 in Graylands, Washington and died on 8 Dec 1980 in San Francisco, San Mateo County, California at age 45.

General Notes: Died of cancer. Source: John Thomas Chadwick, 17 Mar 2000

William married Dorothy Rose Riva.

Children from this marriage were:

   162 M    i. Robert Chadwick

   163 M    ii. Richard Chadwick

   164 F    iii. Mary Catherine Chadwick

   165 M    iv. David Chadwick

104. James Chadwick Jr

James married Kathy Lynn Yoeman.

Children from this marriage were:

   166 F    i. Kim Chadwick

   167 F    ii. Wendy Chadwick

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106. Daniel Crosley Burkhart

Daniel Crosley married Lynda Suzane Blackburn.

Children from this marriage were:

   168 F    i. Jessica Suzanne Burkhart

   169 F    ii. Lyndsey Kathlene Burkhart

107. James Burkhart

James married Carol Lynn Rayborn.

Children from this marriage were:

   170 M    i. James Michael Burkhart

   171 M    ii. Christopher David Burkhart

108. Sandra Danelle Burkhart

Sandra Danelle married Walter Keith.

Children from this marriage were:

   172 M    i. Barclay Jared Keith

   173 F    ii. Kaylen Beth Keith

   174 F    iii. Brittany Lea Keith

109. Janet Luella Burkhart

Janet Luella married Paul James Wilson.

Children from this marriage were:

   175 F    i. Brooke Ann Wilson

   176 F    ii. Sage Ilene Wilson

   177 M    iii. David Canyon Wilson

110. Phillip Alan Burkhart

Phillip Alan married Marianne Elena Stokes.

Children from this marriage were:

   178 F    i. Berlin Michelle Burkhart

   179 M    ii. Joseph Crosley Burkhart

111. Linda Kay Weatherford

Linda Kay married Gordon Gregory Harter.

Children from this marriage were:

   180 M    i. Ryan Paul Harter

   181 F    ii. Nichole Sherie Harter

114. Deborah Ray Burkhart

Deborah Ray married Robert Maurice Johns.

Children from this marriage were:

   182 M    i. Maurice Robert Johns

   183 F    ii. Meghan Elizabeth Johns

115. Stephen David Burkhart

Stephen David married Joyce Allison Leon.

Children from this marriage were:

   184 M    i. Scott Russel Burkhart

   185 F    ii. Caitlin Joyce Burkhart

116. Becky Sue Burkhart

Becky Sue married William Chester Young. William Chester was born in 1943 in Washington State and died on 31 Oct 1983 in Washington State at age 40.

General Notes: Source: Deborah Burkhart Johns, Athena, Oregon

Source: Deborah Burkhart Johns, Athena, Oregon


The child from this marriage was:

   186 M    i. William Charles Young

121. Marcia Joanne Burkhart

Marcia Joanne married Norman E Proctor 3rd.

Children from this marriage were:

   187 F    i. Heather Marie Proctor

   188 M    ii. Norman Jason Proctor

   189 M    iii. Ryan Proctor

124. David Eric Burkhart Crawford

David Eric Burkhart married Jacquelyn Michelle Dyke.

The child from this marriage was:

   190 F    i. Michelle Elizabeth Crawford

128. William Arthur Deming

William Arthur married Janis Ellen Alder.

Children from this marriage were:

   191 F    i. Eileen Ruby Deming

   192 M    ii. Michael Abraham Deming

129. Mary Kathleen Deming

Mary Kathleen married Alan Jospeh Barber.

Children from this marriage were:

   193 M    i. Thomas Alan Barber

   194 M    ii. James Joseph Barber

130. Blaine Kennedy Deming

Blaine Kennedy married Renee Irion.

Children from this marriage were:

   195 F    i. Candice Irion Deming

   196 M    ii. Kyle Deming

   197 F    iii. Camille Deming

   198 U    iv. Quinlyn Deming

131. David Burkhart Deming

David Burkhart married Laura Freeman.

Children from this marriage were:

   199 M    i. David Freeman Deming

   200 F    ii. Molly Alise Deming

132. Willis Albert Bennett Jr

Willis Albert married Glenna Ellis.

Children from this marriage were:

   201 M    i. Michael Glen Bennett

   202 M    ii. Timothy Allen Bennett

Willis Albert next married Mary Katherine Quinn.

133. Sherry Elaine Bennett

Sherry Elaine married Dwight Donald Ellis.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 203 M    i. Scott Donald Ellis

Sherry Elaine next married Ronald K Munsch.

The child from this marriage was:

   204 F    i. Tammy Lynn Munsch

Sherry Elaine next married Donald L Powers.

134. Gary Clifford Bennett Sr

Gary Clifford married Susanne Albrecht.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 205 F    i. Tina Colleen Bennett

   206 M    ii. Gary Clifford Bennett Jr

Gary Clifford next married Kathleen Gay Corbett.

Children from this marriage were:

   207 M    i. Patrick Dennis Bennett

   208 F    ii. Theresa Elizabeth Bennett

135. Micheal Earl Bennett

Micheal Earl married Cindy Marie Fleck.

Children from this marriage were:

   209 F    i. Michelle Antonette Bennett

   210 F    ii. Stacie Marie Bennett

Micheal Earl next married Bonnie Lou Martin.

138. William Byron Bennett

William Byron married Stacie.

The child from this marriage was:

   211 M    i. Robert Bennett

141. Marilyn Rene Mastel

Marilyn Rene married Larry Tatro.

Children from this marriage were:

   212 F    i. Sara Angelia Tatro

   213 M    ii. Jashua "Josh" Micheals Tatro

Marilyn Rene next married Paul Tourtellot.

142. Donald Sherman Mastel

Donald Sherman married Joyce Budzelski.

Children from this marriage were:

   214 F    i. Alie Marie Mastel

   215 M    ii. Jayce Edward Mastel

144. Jan Donnelle Conley

Jan Donnelle married David Moon.

Jan Donnelle next married Keith D Angerman, son of Kieth Bud Angerman and Phyllis Sherman.

The child from this marriage was:

   216 F    i. Tara Nicole Angerman

Jan Donnelle next married James Robert Sloppy.

Children from this marriage were:

   217 M    i. Sean Robert Sloppy

   218 F    ii. Sharla Michelle Sloppy

145. Lisa Ann Conley

Lisa Ann married Glenn Scott Vincent, son of Gerald Ray Vincent and Ruby Pearl Deneen.

Children from this marriage were:

   219 M    i. Steven Adam Vincent

   220 M    ii. Michael Scott Vincent

146. Scott Fletcher Conley

Scott Fletcher married Donna Jo Hall, daughter of John Robert Hall and Dorothy Beryl Cox.

Children from this marriage were:

   221 M    i. Luke Aaron Conley

   222 F    ii. Beth Ann Conley

147. David Richard Conley

David Richard married Tamera Lynne Nash, daughter of Mark Ramsden Hawley and Linda Louise Handley.

The child from this marriage was:

   223 M    i. Leigh Richard Conley

David Richard next married Trina Slater.

152. Marilyn Louise Forsman

Marilyn Louise married Carlos Russell Price.

The child from this marriage was:

   224 F    i. Kelly Candace Price

160. Douglas John Chadwick

Douglas John married Julie.

The child from this marriage was:

   225 M    i. David Chadwick

161. Lori Ann Chadwick

Lori Ann married Gregory Hoerth.

The child from this marriage was:

   226 F    i. Tamara Lynn Hoerth

Lori Ann next married Lynn Brownell.

Children from this marriage were:

   227 F    i. Leanna Brownell

   228 F    ii. Lindsey Brownell

   229 F    iii. Rachelle Brownell

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203. Scott Donald Ellis

Scott Donald married Cathy Michelle Sorens.

Children from this marriage were:

   230 F    i. Jackie Ellis

   231 M    ii. Michael Dallas Ellis

205. Tina Colleen Bennett

Tina Colleen married Wilkinson.

The child from this marriage was:

   232 M    i. Dylan Bradley Wilkinson

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