|Birth: ||Sep. 22, 1832|
|Death: ||Aug. 27, 1920|
Emily married Benjamin Northcut Helphinstine Dec. 17, 1851.
" ... His father [Benjamin Helphinstine] was a native of the Blue Grass country, Kentucky, ... and married Emily Veale, a native of Indiana. She now resides, in the evening of her life, with her children, at the advanced age of eighty-five. The father was a farmer and enlisted with an Indiana Regiment during the Civil War, serving until its close, afterward continuing his occupation of farming until 1869, when he sold his interests in Indiana and brought his family to Butte County, Cal. He purchased a ranch and broke the first land around Nelson Station, later entering into horticulture. He died at his home in 1901. He was the father of two children: Flora, who was the wife of Jack Waste, who was a farmer near Chico, and both died here; and William Veale..." [Biography of William Veale Helphinstine] Source: "History of Butte County, Cal.," by George C. Mansfield, Pages 915-916, Historic Record Co, Los Angeles, CA, 1918.
Benjamin Northcott Helphinstine (1823 - 1901)
Flora Emma Helphinstine Waste (1852 - 1885)*
William Veale Helphinstine (1858 - 1940)*
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Record added: Nov 10, 2010
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