|Patti Dill (#47142285)|
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|I am the 5th generation of my family in this area of Idaho. Dad's family came here in 1894 and Mom's family in 1902. I had been an active historian for 30 years. I am currently seeking all the families that have lived in the Forest, Woodside, Winchester and Woodlawn communities. I have about 2900 families now and am far from finished. Haven't got my own family history updated even. Oh well.|
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|Martin Burrell||Aytch Family|
Go to Find A Grave and search Douglas County, Oregon for family members. You should find Charles Hiram Aytch and his brother Alonzo Marion Aytch. There is also a sister, Minnie Evelyn [Aytch] Allen.
1880 United States Federal Census
Name: Alonzo M. Aytch
Birth Year: abt 1871
Birthplace: Douglas Co., Oregon
Home in 1880: Cow Creek, Douglas, Oregon
Relation to Head of House: Son
Marital Status: Single
Father's name: William H. Aytch
Father's Birthplace: New York
Mother's name: Amanda C. Aytch
Mother's Birthplace: Tennessee
Occupation: at home
William H. Aytch 56...New York
Amanda C. Aytch 46....Tennessee
Katy A. Aytch [Woodford] 23 California**
William Edward Aytch 22....California***
Sarah E. Aytch 18..........California
Benjamin Franklin Aytch 14..California
Charles Hiram Aytch 13......California
Arrene L. Aytch 10.......California dau.
Alonzo Marion Aytch 9...Oregon****
Minnie Evelyn Aytch 7...Oregon
Ada Ann [Aytch] Rudolph 6.Oregon [born 18 Jul 1876]
Lilly M. [Aytch] Nye..4..Oregon
Louvetre A. Aytch 4/12..Oregon [born Jan 1880]
**Katy A. Aytch married Hiram A. Woodford and are
living close to her family in Oregon. Her husband was born in Missouri in 1830 and is listed as 'debilitated' in the 1880 census. Hiram's occupation is listed as farmer.
***William "Tom" Edward Aytch born April 29, 1858 at Stockton, Calif and died Dec 9, 1932 at Forest, also
of cancer. Alonzo has two brothers also buried at Craigmont, ID.
****Alonzo has two brothers also buried at Craigmont, ID. Benjamin "Frank" born Sept 14, 1866 at San Joaquin, Calif. and died Sept 21, 1924 at Forest, Idaho of cancer.
|Martin Burrell||Benjamin Franklin Aytch|
Was the second eldest son
|Martin Burrell||Ada Ann Aytch Rudolph|
Washington State Archives has Ada's Washington State Death Certificate and lists her name as, Ada Ann [Aytch] Rudolph. She died in Clarkston, Asotin, Washington. Her age at death is listed as 75 years.
Miss Ada Ann Aytch was married to Mr. Michael J. Rudolph on 30 Dec 1914, in Lewis County, Idaho, Volume 01, Page 82. Records came from the 'Western States Marriage Records' maintained by Brigham Young University.
Best Wishes, Martin Burrell
|Jan Corder||RE: Birthdates of Parents|
Thank you for the info on Arlie & Grace Foss. However, I do not manage those memorials. Please submit your info to the manager of their memorials. Thanks so much,
Could you please transfer management of Robert to me. He is my great-great grandfather.
Added by Liz on Nov 29, 2012 10:38 PM
Patti, I just found you!! My husband's grandparents Arthur & Lula (Roseborough) Adams came to Winchester from Kansas in 1924 along with their 8 children & 3 more born in Winchester. Also several of Lula's brothers (Roseborough) came from Kansas prior to 1924. There are also connections to Stearns, Ellsworth, Sarbacher, & Morrell. My great-uncle John Sanford lived in Lewis Co., but near Nezperce. I would love to share information with you. Please leave a public message for me. June Adams 46625773 PS Thanks so much for documenting my father-in-law's baby brother & sister graves. His baby son John is also buried in Woodlawn Cemetery.
|Brenda Billups Dodson||RE: More on Otto|
PS There is no 1890 Census. It was destroyed in a fire, all except for a few towns that for some reason weren't with the rest. I might find it in a State census however if there is one. I will keep checking. Thank again Brenda
|Brenda Billups Dodson||RE: More on Otto|
I did some Ancestry research and Otto is related to me several generations removed. But it is an interesting story. You are right about the name Charles, add Thomas, John and George to that and you have a whirlpool of confusion when it comes time to research your ancestors. Thank goodness for an occasional Otto, Pinkney and Homer. The women's names aren't any easier, especially as they get lost in the name change that comes with marriage. I really appreciate you research, would you mind if I posted your letter on Ancestry.com, it might help someone else in their research. I can make an unattached entry for Otto then add your letter and info. I will add a note that you did the research. As I work my way through the generations I am having the most trouble with the newest generations because so many records are still not public and the oldest because they are just so old they are gone. Why oh Why didn't we talk to our grandparents about their families when we had the chance. There is so much I wish I had asked my Grandma Ruth. I guess the Beatles were more interesting at the time. Thanks again for all of the work, let me know about the posting. God Bless Brenda
|Brenda Billups Dodson||More on Otto|
Father Elbert Franklin Billups 1870-1934
Son of Richard Allen Billups 1827-1906
son of Samuel L. Billups 1795-1869
son of Edward Billups 1770-1848
son of Lt Col Edward Billups 1725-1822 Rev. War Vet and our common ancestor
son of Joseph Billups 1697-1790
son of John Billups 1660-1709
son of George Billups 1630 Wales- 1673 Virginia the first Billups in America
|Brenda Billups Dodson||Otto F Billups Family|
I searched Ancestry.com for Otto, Found his death Notices and one Census record for 1910 Nez Perce Idaho, Father: Elbert F Billups 1870, Mother: Ada E Billups1887, Sister: Nannie 1895, Sister: Ivy M 1909 and Brother: Charles B 1897. Could find no Marriage record so far. I have family from Missouri where OTTo was born, We are probably related somehow , but I haven't got that far on my research.
PS I noticed that you were looking for a Rose Hills Cemetery, There is a very large cemetery by that name in Los Angeles. They might try there.
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