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Hughes Relations:  Bates Family

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Ellen Bates (1852-1951)
  • 1 June 1900, res. Eldora Ave., Weeping Water, Ellen Bates 47 saleswoman dry goods IL, sis Lillian 45 IL [USA, 1900 Census, Nebraska, Cass County]
  • 16 Apr. 1910, res. Eldora Ave., Weeping Water, Ellen Bates 57 retail saleslady IL, sis Lillian 55 saleslady toilet articles IL [USA, 1910 Census, Nebraska, Cass County]
  • 5 Jan. 1920, res. Weeping Water, Ella Bates 67 clerk dry goods store IL, sis Lillian 64 saleswoman drug company IL [USA, 1920 Census, Nebraska, Cass County]
  • 22 Apr. 1930, res. Eldora Ave., Weeping Water, Ellen Bates 77 IL, sis Lillian 75 IL [USA, 1930 Census, Nebraska, Cass County]
  • 8 Apr. 1940, res. Weeping Water, Ella Bates 87 IL, sis Lillian 84 IL [USA, 1940 Census, Nebraska, Cass County]
  • 1951, "Lillian Bates, Apr. 2, 1855, July 5, 1944"; "Ellen Bates, July 2, 1852, Feb. 1, 1951" [Nebraska, Weeping Water, Oakwood Cemetery, Inscriptions]
Frederick A. Bates (1841--): 1m. Ardis C. --- (c1848--), 2m. Augusta V. --- (1850--)
  • 2 July 1870, res. Plattsmouth, Frederick Bates 29 carpenter CT, Ardis C 22 IA, Mazilla 3m NE [USA, 1870 Census, Nebraska, Cass County]
  • 1 June 1880, res. N. Third St., St. Joseph, Fred A Bates 38 carpenter CT, boarder at S. E. Purdy [USA, 1870 Census, Missouri, Buchanan County]
  • 9 June 1900, res. Plattsmouth, Fredrick Bates 58 carpenter CT, Augusta V 50 KY, Nellie L 18 NE, Charles A 17 telephone operator NE, boarder Phillip B McCully carpenter 35 [USA, 1900 Census, Nebraska, Cass County]
  • 15 Apr. 1910, res. 5630 Cedar St. Tacoma, Fredrick A Bates 69 carpenter CT, Agusta 63 KY [USA, 1910 Census, Washington, Pierce County]
  • 8 Jan. 1920, res. 5212 Union Ave. Tacoma, Augusta Bates wd 72 KY [USA, 1920 Census, Washington, Pierce County]
Jacob Henry Bates (1837--): m. Rebecca M. Hobson (1845--)
  • 20 July 1870, res. Mt. Pleasant Pct., Jacob H Bates 33 farmer CT, Rebecca M 25 MO, Milton Z 1 NE [USA, 1870 Census, Nebraska, Cass County]
  • 22 June 1880, res. Browns Creek Twp., Jacob Bates 43 carpenter CT, Rebecca 35 MO, Milton 11 NE, Carrie 9 NE, George 2 NE [USA, 1880 Census, Kansas, Jewell County]
  • 15 June 1900, res. San Fernando Twp., Jacob H Bates 63 farmer CT, Rebecca M 55 MO, George W 22 railroad laborer NE [USA, 1900 Census, California, Los Angeles County]
  • 22 Apr. 1910, res. Griswold Ave. San Fernando, Jacob H Bates 73 farmer CT, Rebecca M 65 MO [USA, 1910 Census, California, Los Angeles County]
  • 10 Jan. 1920, res. 546 Griswold Ave. San Fernando, Rebecca M Bates wd 74 MO [USA, 1920 Census, California, Los Angeles County]
Leander Bates (1812-1893): m. Mary Degarmo (1813-1896)
  • 1840, res. Stamford, Leander Bates, 11001-11001 [USA, 1840 Census, Connecticut, Fairfield County]
  • 20 Sep. 1850, Leander Bates 37 farmer NY, Mary 36 NY, Peter 17 laborer NY, Jacob 13 CT, Emily 11 CT, Frederick 9 CT, Mary J 4 NY, Clemma 1 IL [USA, 1850 Census, Illinois, Whiteside County]
  • 21 May 1851, Whiteside County, Leander Bates registered 80 acres W2SE Sec. 19 T22N R7E, and 80 acres W2NE Sec. 19 T22N R7E [Illinois Land Records]
  • 8 Aug. 1860, res. Mt. Pleasant, Leander Bates 49 farmer CT, Mary 47 CT, Peter 27 NY, Jacob 23 CT, Emily 21 CT, Frederick 19 CT, Mary 14 NY, Clement 11 IL, Ellen 8 IL, Lilian 5 IL, Edgar Cone 21 NY [USA, 1860 Census, Nebraska, Cass County]
  • 4 Oct. 1865, "District Court. The following order has been received from Hon. E.S. Dundy, Judge of this District: 'Ordered, That the October Term of the District Court for Cass County Nebraska Territory be postponed from first Tuesday of October, 1865, to the 23d day of October, 1865. The Clerk of the Court will file this order, and make proper record of the same, after opening Court on the first day of the Term fixed by law. E.S. Dundy, Judge' Therefore the following named Grand Jurors, to-wit ... and Leander Bates, will appear at the Court House in the city of Plattsmouth, Cass county Nebraska, on Monday the 23d day of October, A.D. 1855, at 11 o'clock A.M., without further notice." [Nebraska, Plattsmouth, Nebraska Herald]
  • 7 Aug. 1867, "Delinquent Taxes for 1866. ... Mt. Pleasant Precinct. Bates Leander, part n w section 7, township 10, range 13, 60 acres, tax $1.93" [Nebraska, Plattsmouth, Nebraska Herald]
  • 19 July 1870, res. Mt. Pleasant Pct., Leander Bates 58 farmer NY, Mary 57 NY, Ellen 18 IL, Lillian 15 IL [USA, 1870 Census, Nebraska, Cass County]
  • 3 Mar. 1876, res. Greenwood Pct, W Bird 40 farmer NJ, C 26 IL, W 6 NE, A 4 NE, A 2 NE, E 1 NE, L Bates 63 farmer CT, M 62 NY, E 23 IL [Nebraska, 1876 Census, Cass County]
  • 5 Mar. 1877, res. Greenwood Pct, Leander Bates 64 farmer NY, Mary 63 NY, Ella 24 IL, Lillian 21 IL [Nebraska, 1877 Census, Cass County]
  • 1880, res. Weeping Water Pct, L Bates 68 NY, Mary 66 NY, Ellen 27 IL, Lily 24 IL [Nebraska, 1880 Census, Cass County]
  • 19 June 1880, res. Weeping Water, Leander Bates 68 laborer NY, Mary 67 NY, Ella 27 dressmaker IL, Lillian 25 dressmaker IL [USA, 1880 Census, Nebraska, Cass County]
  • 1882, res. Weeping Water Pct, Leander Bates 70 NY, Mary 68 NY, Ellen 28 IL, Lillian 26 IL [Nebraska, 1882 Census, Cass County]
  • 4 June 1885, res. Weeping Water Pct, Leander Bates 73 laborer NY, Mary 71 dressmaker NY, Ellen 32 dressmaker IL, Lillian 20 at school IL, boarder Ida L Henry 21 teacher NE [Nebraska, 1885 Census, Cass County]
  • 30 Nov. 1893, Leander Bates died "Sunday, November 24, of old age ... born in the Catskill mountains on the Hudson river, in New York, May 23, 1812 ... married to Miss Mary DeGarmo in 1832, in the same state. Ten children were born to them, eight of whom are now living, five girls and three boys. They moved to the state of Illinois in 1843 living there until 1858 when they moved to Casss county, near Mt. Pleasant. They moved to Weeping Water in 1877 ... joined the Methodist church twenty-five years ago ... the body was laid to rest in Oakwood cemetery" [Nebraska, Weeping Water, Weeping Water Republican]
  • 16 July 1896, Mary Garmo Bates died "at her home in Weeping Water, on Saturday, July 11, 1896, after a short illness ... born in Dutchess county, New York, July 15, 1813 ... on January 7, 1831 ... she married Mr. Leander Bates. Eleven years later they moved from New York to Illinois where they remained for fifteen years. In 1858 they ... settled in Cass county, and in 1877 they came to Weeping Water ... she has been an invalid ... for 31 years ... born and trained a Quaker ... about thirty-two years ago she became a member of the Methodist Episcopal church at Mt. Pleasant ... three sons and five daughters remain", "Mrs. Bird, of Alvo, Mrs. Dillman, of Mankato, Kas., Peter, and F.A. Bates, and C.M. Hyatt, of Plattsmouth, attended the funeral of Mrs. Bates [Nebraska, Weeping Water, Weeping Water Republican]
  • 1896, "Father Leander Bates, May 23, 1812, Nov. 26, 1893, Mother Mary Bates, July 15, 1813, July 11, 1896" [Nebraska, Weeping Water, Oakwood Cemetery, Inscriptions]
Peter Degarmo Bates (1833-1916): 1m. Mary Anne Swena (c1830--), 2m. Susan Ellen Miller (1851-1936)
  • 2 Oct. 1860, res. Missouri City, Truxton Sweeny 54 miner NY, Jane 52 miner NY, Mary Ann Bates 30 miner PA, P D 27 miner CT [USA, 1860 Census, Kansas, Arapahoe County]
  • 2 June 1880, res. Elm St., Plattsmouth, Peter D Bates 40 carpenter NY, Susan E 30 OH, Frank E 8 NE, Minnie L 4 NE, boarder David Kankie 36 carpenter IL [USA, 1880 Census, Nebraska, Cass County]
  • 7 June 1900, res. Plattsmouth, Peter D Bates 64 carpenter NY, Susan Allen 48 OH [USA, 1900 Census, Nebraska, Cass County]
  • 15 Apr. 1910, res. 615 Granite St., Plattsmouth, Peter D Bates 77 carpenter NY, Susan E 57 OH [USA, 1910 Census, Nebraska, Cass County]
  • 2 Jan. 1920, res. Pearl St., Plattsmouth, Susan E Bates wd 66 OH, bro Henry Miller wd 50 janitor IN [USA, 1920 Census, Nebraska, Cass County]