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I am a 5th generation Arizonan. I began genealogy research in 1992. It's been a wonderful journey and it's exciting to see new resources become available to us every day and on great websites like FindAGrave, usgenweb, ChroniclingAmerica, Familysearch & Ancestry. We have a lot to be thankful for...|
Ancestor Surnames: Wennen/Whennan, Jones, Gerdin, Marks, Etchels, Etchells, Udell, Udele, Banholzer, Ellis, Martin, McClean, Griffith, Stillwell, Dunstan, Dunstone, Cordonnier, Mauk, Coombe, Rule, Kemp, Pascoe, Williams, Willyams, Trythall, Reiter, Wirth, Throckmorton, Garrett, Morgan, Owens, Shepherd, Stout, ap Rhydderch, Witick, Vitick, Östman, Bergström, Sjönell, Källström, Järvi, Friis-Räihä,...
Collateral Surnames: Sears, Kern, Cosby, Morgan, Hon, Cox, Stephenson, Hostetler, Huffstutter, Hunter, Reynolds, Woodling, Perkins, Van Winkle, Wininger, Wise, Burris, Alford, (Van)Doren, Nugent, Smith, Bowman, Donaldson, Groves, Dougherty, Hyser, Rathborn, Robson, Pomeroy, Diller, McCracken, McConnell, Gordon, Lewis,...
Husband's Surnames: Fathauer, Stephenson, Jones, Stark, Plisek, Shimanek, Abbitt/Abbott, Fenton, Reeter, Fulton, Berry, Sedwick/Sedgwick, Vatthauer, Beard, Nalle, Rutledge, Telhorster, Hon, Dulin, Boone, Fancher, Shoemaker, Good, Guthrie, Lackey, McCutcheon, Woodward, Worley, Wright, McCloud,...
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|Greg Meyer||RE: Susan Stark in Hebron Ce,|
Yes, I can make out most of the dates. I think her death date was 11 Mar 1841 & she was 3 yrs., ? mos., and 3 days old. Her parents were Joseph & M. Stark.
Oh my, what a surprise when I got online this morning! THANK YOU so much for all of the edits you sent. I really do appreciate it and know it will help many people. That is why I am doing this......Thanks again!
Added by Darlene on Jan 25, 2015 6:10 AM
Thank you for sending the middle name, Marion. I do appreciate if and have added it.
Added by Darlene on Jan 24, 2015 4:26 AM
|Julia Young||RE: oops|
Sears: Got it done, thanks for getting me the correct memorial number.
|Julia Young||RE: Benjamin Sears's father|
Neither of the memorial numbers are mine and neither is a Benjamin.
|Nan||RE: Mary Eleanor Nugent|
I have not found anything so far, but I have only looked at books that I have from home. I will try to get to the Historical Society one day this week to see if I can find anything. Do you have a maiden name? Someone gave me the name for Gabriel's mother as Mary Eleanor 'Nelly' Seels, but is this her married name after or a maiden name? I did find several "Seals". Sorry I have not found anything yet, but I am still looking. --- Nancy
Added by Nan on Jan 18, 2015 9:27 AM
I sent information which you declined. Sending his obit. thanks Kay
George Henry Fathauer, 93, passed away peacefully on December 22, 2014. He was born in Decatur, Illinois to Amy Day Fulton Fathauer and Walter William Fathauer on October 17, 1921. George grew up on a farm outside Decatur, and he was fascinated with electronics from an early age. He began wiring local farmhouses for electricity at the age of 14 and soon after began selling and repairing Philco radios. George attended Millikin University in Decatur and received a bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign. Upon graduation, he worked for RCA in Indianapolis on television amplification. Two years later he joined the Navy, where he commissioned as an ensign during WWII. He received radio and radar schooling at Harvard and M.I.T. and worked on radar in Maine and Virginia. After the war, he co-founded the Regency Electronics company to manufacture and sell the first of his many inventions, a TV signal booster. Regency became an industry leader in consumer electronics for decades to come, but George left to pursue other manufacturing interests. He started Dage Electronics in 1953 to produce the first miniaturized television camera, which was sent into space in 1958 by Navy scientists to transmit live signals back to earth. He later started Radson Engineering of Macon, Illinois to produce electronic farming devices. Over the course of his career, George received more than 70 US patents. One of his most significant achievements was inventing the first scanning police radio, sold under the Bearcat name. In his later years, George became an avid collector of vacuum tubes and radios. George and Helen began their 57-year marriage on November 22, 1951 in Indianapolis. Shortly after the birth of their daughter in 1953 they moved to Decatur, where three boys were added to the family. The Fathauers moved to Mesa, Arizona in 1973. In Arizona, George was an active Rotarian and a supporter of the arts, including Mesa Arts Center, Sonoran Desert Chorale, Mesa Fine Arts Association, and Mesa Symphony, in addition to supporting service organizations such as the Salvation Army. George is survived by his younger brother David F. Fathauer, children Gerry L. Fathauer, George A. (Susi) Fathauer, John S. Fathauer, and Robert W. Fathauer (Marla Peterson), grandchildren Wesley and Christopher Fathauer (George and Susi); and Max and Rex Fathauer (Robert and Marla). He was pre-deceased by his wife Helen Eva Stephenson Fathauer and his sisters Alice Fathauer Duncan and Billie Fathauer Schlosser. A memorial service will be held at 3 PM on January 4, 2015, at First United Methodist Church, 15 E. First Ave., Mesa. Donations in lieu of flowers may be made to the Sonoran Desert Chorale at www.sonorandesertchorale.org.
Added by kpet on Jan 03, 2015 10:00 PM
Thanks, I have deleted mine, as I strive to remain accurate not only with the memorial material but the correct count in the cemetery. Have a Blessed 2015, geraldine
|Evelyn Louise Martin||John Alexander Perkins & Mary Jane Vanwinkle|
there are more children of John Alexander Perkins and Mary Jane VanWinkle
1880 Census Place: Barr, Daviess, Indiana
Source: FHL Film 1254271 National Archives Film T9-0271 Page 440D
Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace
John PERKINS Self M M W 32 IN
Occ: Farmer Fa: KY Mo: TN
Mary PERKINS Wife F M W 33 IN
Occ: Keeping House Fa: --- Mo: KY
Valentine PERKINS Son M S W 12 IN
Occ: Farm Laborer Fa: IN Mo: IN
Sarah E. PERKINS Dau F S W 10 IN
Occ: At Home Fa: IN Mo: IN
Mary L. PERKINS Dau F S W 7 IN
Fa: IN Mo: IN
Margaret PERKINS Dau F S W 5 IN
Fa: IN Mo: IN
Hattie L. PERKINS Dau F S W 3 IN
Fa: IN Mo: IN
Elias PERKINS Son M S W 5M IN
Fa: IN Mo: IN
Daniel LITTON Other M S W 19 IN
Occ: Farm Laborer Fa: IN Mo: IL
Mary E. PERKINS SMother F W W 50 KY
Occ: None Fa: --- Mo: ---
Sarah CARBERRY MotherL F W W 61 KY
Occ: None Fa: --- Mo: ---
1900 Census Elmore,Daviess, Indiana
Mary J. Perkins age 54 b. Indiana, 9 children 8 living, Widow, both parents b. Kentucky, Washerwoman
Lizzi Perkins, daughter, age 18, b. Indiana, both parents b. Indiana
Albert Perkins, son, age 15 b. Indiana, both parents b. Indiana, farm laborer
Bertha A. Perkins age 11 b. Indiana, both parents b. Indiana, at school
Check on children Albert & Bertha
John Alexander Perkins
Birth: Mar. 6, 1848 Daviess County Indiana, USA
Death: Sep. 12, 1897 Daviess County Indiana, USA
Family links: Parents: Asberry Perkins (1816 - 1876)
Spouse: Mary Jane VanWinkle Perkins (1846 - 1937)
Children: Sarah Eleanor Perkins Martin (1869 - 1937)
Mary Lavina Perkins Ellis (1872 - 1970)
Margaret Perkins (1875 - 1890)
Hattie Louisa Perkins Wininger (1877 - 1970)
Albert Michael Perkins (1884 - 1963)
Bertha Agnes Perkins Baker (1889 - 1974)
|Joy Ivaldi Durrett||Winnie Berry Stogner|
Winnie is now attached to her parents.
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