Ema (?)

F, b. circa 1851
Married Name Stokes 
Birth*c 1851 Illinois1 
Marriage*Nov 1869 Married within the year prior to the 1870 census in the month of November; Principal=Milton J. Stokes1 
Residence*1870 Garnett, Anderson Co., Kansas; Age 19, Keeping House1 

Family

Milton J. Stokes b. c 1846

Citations

  1. [S329] 1870 US Federal Census, Garnett, Anderson Co., KS, page 21.

Berryman Stokes1

M, d. before 18 August 1838
Appears on charts:Ancestry of Ralph Keith Stokes
Birth* 17641 
Marriage* Principal=Elizabeth Epperson2 
Will*9 Jun 1838 Putnam Co., Indiana; Will, dated 9 June 1828, proved on 18 August 1838

In the name of God Amen. I Berryman Stokes of the county of Putnam and State of Indiana being weak in body but of sound and deposing memory do make and declare this instrument to be my last will and testament. Item 1st. It is my will and desire that all my just debts and funeral expenses be paid. Item 2nd. it is my will and desire that my beloved wife Elizabeth Stokes retain, use, and enjoy all my estate both real and personal during her natural life Item 3rd. It is further my will and desire after the decease of my wife that all my property be equally divided between my eight children and their lawful heris, to wit, Polly Tolan, William Stokes, Peters Stokes, Rebecca Pearson, Nance M[?, Cynthea Norton, Sally Tipton and Roberts Stokes [?] Item 4th. It is further my will and desire that Sally Tipton have in additiion to her equal share of my property the bureau that I now use after the decease of her mother. And lastly it is my request that Alexder B. Toland my son in law and my friend Alexander Farrow do act as my Executors and carry into effect this my last will and testament. In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 9th day of June 1938.

Signed in the presence of
James J. Nelson
Jon McBritton
Richard S. Farrow

Berryman Stokes (his mark)3 
Death*b 18 Aug 1838 Putnam Co., Indiana; will made 9 June 1838, proved on 18 August 1838.1 

Family

Elizabeth Epperson b. 1771, d. bt 1842 - 1843
Children

Citations

  1. [S474] Cindy Foster, Descendents of Berryman Stokes (Family Tree Maker Report), 4 April 2005,.
  2. [S485] Berryman Stokes, Putnam Co., IN,, Putnam Co., Indiana; Will book A, copy provided by Wanda Cann (e-mail address).
  3. [S485] Berryman Stokes, Putnam Co., IN,, Putnam, Indiana; Will book A, copy provided by Wanda Cann (e-mail address).

Elizabeth Epperson1

F, b. 1771, d. between 1842 and 1843
Appears on charts:Ancestry of Ralph Keith Stokes
Marriage* Principal=Berryman Stokes2 
Married Name Stokes1 
Birth*1771 1 
Death*bt 1842 - 1843 1 

Family

Berryman Stokes d. b 18 Aug 1838
Children

Citations

  1. [S474] Cindy Foster, Descendents of Berryman Stokes (Family Tree Maker Report), 4 April 2005,.
  2. [S485] Berryman Stokes, Putnam Co., IN,, Putnam Co., Indiana; Will book A, copy provided by Wanda Cann (e-mail address).
  3. [S485] Berryman Stokes, Putnam Co., IN,, Putnam, Indiana; Will book A, copy provided by Wanda Cann (e-mail address).

Samuel Wilson1

M
Appears on charts:Ancestry of Ralph Keith Stokes

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S474] Cindy Foster, Descendents of Berryman Stokes (Family Tree Maker Report), 4 April 2005,.

Susan Stokes

F, b. circa 1856
FatherRobert Firman Stokes b. 12 Sep 1812, d. 16 Sep 1869
MotherHannah Parker b. c 1829
Married Name Sindle1 
Birth*c 1856 Indiana 
Residence*1860 Emmet, McDonough Co., Illinois; Age 42 
Residence1910 Terre Haute, Henderson Co., Illniois1 

Citations

  1. [S553] Obituary for Wesley S. Stokes, Waterloo Daily Courier, Waterloo, Iowa (10 November 1910),.
  2. [S328] 1860 US Federal Census, Emmet, McDonough Co., IL, p 577.

(?) Jones

M
Marriage* Principal=Hannah Parker 

Family

Hannah Parker b. c 1829
Children

Citations

  1. [S328] 1860 US Federal Census, Emmet, McDonough Co., IL, p 577.

Samantha Jones1

F, b. circa 1848
Father(?) Jones1
MotherHannah Parker1 b. c 1829
Married Name Spiker2 
Marriage* Principal=Henry Spiker2 
Birth*c 1848 Indiana1 
Residence*1860 Emmet, McDonough Co., Illinois; Age 121 
Residence24 Mar 1906 703 W 5th St, Waterloo, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Age 572 

Family

Henry Spiker b. c 1844

Citations

  1. [S328] 1860 US Federal Census, Emmet, McDonough Co., IL, p 577.
  2. [S498] Wesley S. Stokes; File # 2049524E; Civil War Pension File; Affadavit filed by Henry and Samantha Spiker on 23 March 1906, in which Samantha idenfies herself as the step-sister to Wesley Stokes.

David Jones1

M, b. circa 1850
Father(?) Jones1
MotherHannah Parker1 b. c 1829
Birth*c 1850 Indiana1 
Residence*1860 Emmet, McDonough Co., Illinois; Age 101 

Citations

  1. [S328] 1860 US Federal Census, Emmet, McDonough Co., IL, p 577.

Margaret Jones1

F, b. circa 1852
Father(?) Jones1
MotherHannah Parker1 b. c 1829
Birth*c 1852 Indiana1 
Residence*1860 Emmet, McDonough Co., Illinois1 

Citations

  1. [S328] 1860 US Federal Census, Emmet, McDonough Co., IL, p 577.

John W. Grigsby1,2

M, b. circa 1822
Appears on charts:Ancestry of Ralph Keith Stokes
Marriage* Principal=Mary J. McMahon2 
Birth*c 1822 Virginia; The 1880 census says that both of Mary C. Stoke's parents were born in Ohio, whereas the 1850 for her father says he was born in VA.2 
Residence*1850 Jackson, Muskingum Co., Ohio; Age 28; Enumerated: John W. Grigsby born in VA, age 28; Mary J., born in OH, age 28; Clementine, born in OH, age 4; Mary C., born in OH, age 1; and George W. Grigsby, born in VA, age 33.2 

Family

Mary J. McMahon b. c 1828
Children

Citations

  1. [S474] Cindy Foster, Descendents of Berryman Stokes (Family Tree Maker Report), 4 April 2005,.
  2. [S327] 1850 US Federal Census, Jackson, Muskingum Co., Ohio; Images 6 & 7 on Ancestry.com; page 326.

Mary J. McMahon1

F, b. circa 1828
Appears on charts:Ancestry of Ralph Keith Stokes
Marriage* Principal=John W. Grigsby2 
Married Name Grigsby1 
Name Variation Mary Jane3 
Birth*c 1828 Ohio2 
Residence*1850 Jackson, Muskingum Co., Ohio; Age 222 

Family

John W. Grigsby b. c 1822
Children

Citations

  1. [S474] Cindy Foster, Descendents of Berryman Stokes (Family Tree Maker Report), 4 April 2005,.
  2. [S327] 1850 US Federal Census, Jackson, Muskingum Co., Ohio; Images 6 & 7 on Ancestry.com; page 326.
  3. [S480] History of Black Hawk County and Its Representative Citizens (1904-1905),.

Clementine Grigsby1

F, b. circa 1846
FatherJohn W. Grigsby1 b. c 1822
MotherMary J. McMahon1 b. c 1828
Birth*c 1846 Ohio1 
Residence*1850 Jackson, Muskingum Co., Ohio1 

Citations

  1. [S327] 1850 US Federal Census, Jackson, Muskingum Co., Ohio; Images 6 & 7 on Ancestry.com; page 326.

Urania Buker1

F, b. circa 1894
Married Name Mather1 
Married Name Stokes2 
Name Variation Rainey2 
Birth*c 1894 Iowa3 
Marriage*20 Aug 1937 Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Principal=Ralph Kendall Stokes2,1 
Residence*1940 Orange, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Age 46, born in Iowa.3 

Family 1

Child

Family 2

Ralph Kendall Stokes b. 6 Dec 1899, d. 24 Nov 1963

Citations

  1. [S537] Obituary for Ralph Kendall Stokes, Waterloo Daily Courier, Waterloo, Iowa (25 November 1963),.
  2. [S477] Lynne (Stokes) Hansen to Dixie Hansen. 4 April 2005.
  3. [S1210] 1940 US Federal Census, Orange, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; ED 7-52, Image 10.

Paul Fred Hartman1,2

M, b. 9 July 1903, d. 9 September 1956
FatherJacob William Hartman5,3,4 b. 4 Apr 1875, d. 1 Aug 1945
MotherSophia Paul1,3,4 b. 10 Jul 1880, d. 24 May 1968
Appears on charts:Ancestry of Paul Fred Hartman
SSN* 481-10-3973 (last 4 digits are hard to read on death certificate)3 
Religion* Waterloo, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Was a member of Trinity American Lutheran Church2 
Birth*9 Jul 1903 Waterloo, Black Hawk Co., Iowa6,7,8,3,4 
Residence1910 East Waterloo, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Age 67 
Residence1920 East Waterloo, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Age 16, Farm Laborer on home farm8 
Residence1925 East Waterloo, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Age 21 single, born in Iowa.9 
Employmentbt 1926 - 1945 Waterloo, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Employee of John Deere Waterloo Tractor Works (dates are an estimate)2 
Employment1929 Waterloo, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Machinist4 
Marriage*20 Apr 1929 Parsonage of Trinity Lutheran Church, Waterloo, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Married 2 years at time of 1930 census

Witness to marriage: Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Cook, Pastor: L. Herbert Moehlman.

Article in the Waterloo Evening Courier, 22 April 1929:

Pauline Knapp is Bride Saturday of Paul Hartman

Miss Pauline Knapp, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. V.C. Knapp, 311 Edwards street, became the bride of Paul Hartman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Hartman, near Waterloo, Saturday evening at 8 o'clock in the parsonage of Trinity American Lutheran church. Rev. F.H. Moelmann, pastor, officiated.

The couple left for a short trip, after which they will make their home in this city. Mr. Hartman is employed with John Deere company.; Principal=Pauline N. Knapp6,4 
Residence*1930 1330 Westfield Ave, Waterloo, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Age 26, Machinist at a tractor factory, rents at $35/month; married at age 24; Father born in Illinois, mother born in Iowa.6 
Residence1940 602 Magnolia, Waterloo, Blackhawk Co., Iowa; Age 36, born in Iowa. Machinist at tractor plant, made $1,200 in 1939.

Enumerated with Pauline 30, and with Jean Ann 9. Also with Minnie Abbew, maid, age 23, born in Iowa.10 
Residence1945 RFD #3, Waterloo, Black Hawk Co., Iowa11,12 
Employment*bt 1945 - 1956 East Waterloo Township, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Farmer3,2 
Divorce*7 Jan 1946 Waterloo, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Principal=Pauline N. Knapp1,13 
Residence1956 RFD #3, Waterloo, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; residence was a farm3,2 
Death*9 Sep 1956 Allen Memorial Hospital, Waterloo, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Cause of death: coronoary thrombosis. Informant: Mrs. Paul F. Hartman, R.F.D. #3

Waterloo Daily Courier, Waterloo Iowa, 10 September 1956

PAUL FRED HARTMAN

Funeral services for Paul Fred Hartman, Rt. 3, will be Wednesday at 1 p.m. at Trinity American Lutheran Church. The Rev. G.E. Melchert, pastor, will officiate. Burial will be at Midwest Garden of Memories cemetery.

Hartman, 53 died of a coronary occlusion, Sunday at 5:43 p.m. at his home in East Waterloo township.

He was born in Waterloo July 9, 1903, and was a member of Trinity American Lutheran Church, Masonic Lodge and was a Shriner. For 18 years he had been employed at John Deere Waterloo Tractor Works and for the last 11 years had been farming. He was superintendent of the hippodrome at the National Dairy Cattle Congress.

Surviving are his mother, Mrs. Sophia Hartman and wife, Alice, both at home; one daughter, Mrs. R. Keith Stokes and one granddaughter, Karen Stokes, both of 1226 W 3rd St.

His father preceded him in death.14,3,2 
Burial*12 Sep 1956 Mid West Garden of Memories Cemetery, Waterloo, Black Hawk Co., Iowa3,2 

Family

Pauline N. Knapp b. 10 Sep 1909, d. 13 Aug 1951
Marriage*20 Apr 1929 Parsonage of Trinity Lutheran Church, Waterloo, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Married 2 years at time of 1930 census

Witness to marriage: Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Cook, Pastor: L. Herbert Moehlman.

Article in the Waterloo Evening Courier, 22 April 1929:

Pauline Knapp is Bride Saturday of Paul Hartman

Miss Pauline Knapp, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. V.C. Knapp, 311 Edwards street, became the bride of Paul Hartman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Hartman, near Waterloo, Saturday evening at 8 o'clock in the parsonage of Trinity American Lutheran church. Rev. F.H. Moelmann, pastor, officiated.

The couple left for a short trip, after which they will make their home in this city. Mr. Hartman is employed with John Deere company.; Principal=Pauline N. Knapp6,4 
Divorce*7 Jan 1946 Waterloo, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Principal=Pauline N. Knapp1,13 
Child

Citations

  1. [S477] Lynne (Stokes) Hansen to Dixie Hansen. 4 April 2005.
  2. [S539] Obituary for Paul Fred Hartman, Waterloo Daily Courier, Waterloo, Iowa (10 September 1957),.
  3. [S520] Paul F. Hartman, Death Certificate 114-56-17592, 15 Sep 1956,.
  4. [S558] Paul F. Hartman and Pauline Knapp, Marriage Certificate, 20 April 1929, "Marriage Certificate - Black Hawk Co., Iowa," Record #46,.
  5. [S356] 1930 US Federal Census, East Waterloo, Black Hawk Co., IA; ED 31, Sheet 12A.
  6. [S356] 1930 US Federal Census, Waterloo, Black Hawk Co., IA; ED 16, Sheet 20 A.
  7. [S325] 1910 US Federal Census, East Waterloo, Black Hawk Co., IA; ED 12, Sheet 3A.
  8. [S326] 1920 US Federal Census, East Waterloo, Black Hawk Co., IA; ED 31, Sheet 6A.
  9. [S735] 1925 Iowa State Census, East Waterloo, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Image 105.
  10. [S1210] 1940 US Federal Census, Waterloo, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; ED 7-16B, Image 15.
  11. [S522] Jacob William Hartman, Death Certificate 7-4-239, 8 Aug 1945,.
  12. [S548] Obituary for Jacob W. Hartman, Waterloo Daily Courier, Waterloo, Iowa (2 August 1945),.
  13. [S516] Pauline (Knapp) Hartman, Death Certificate 10-205, 4 Sep 1951,.
  14. [S477] Lynne (Stokes) Hansen to Dixie Hansen. 4 April 2005, and follow-up letter 4/23/05.

Pauline N. Knapp1

F, b. 10 September 1909, d. 13 August 1951
FatherVance Carl Knapp2,3 b. 12 Jun 1880, d. 19 Dec 1941
MotherOlive Angey Holland2,4,3 b. 28 Apr 1882, d. 10 Apr 1953
Appears on charts:Ancestry of Pauline N. Knapp
Married Name Hartman5 
Birth*10 Sep 1909 Garden Grove, Decatur Co., Iowa6,2,4,3 
Residence1910 Arvilla Stearns St., Garden Grove Township, Decatur Co., Iowa; Age 7/12ths7 
Birth16 Sep 1910 Garden Grove, Decatur Co., Iowa; Obituary gives date of birth as 16 Sept., 1910, however, since she was enumerated in the April 1910 census as age 7/12th, a September 1910 birthdate is almost certainly wrong.8 
Residence1915 Garden Grove, Decatur Co., Iowa; Age 7, born in Iowa, student in 2nd grade, attended school for 9 months in prior year.9 
Residence1920 404 Broadway St., Waterloo, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Age 102 
Residence1925 311 Edwards, Waterloo, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Age 15, 10th grade education, attended school 9 months in previous year.

Methodist.10 
Religion*1925 Methodist10 
Marriage*20 Apr 1929 Parsonage of Trinity Lutheran Church, Waterloo, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Married 2 years at time of 1930 census

Witness to marriage: Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Cook, Pastor: L. Herbert Moehlman.

Article in the Waterloo Evening Courier, 22 April 1929:

Pauline Knapp is Bride Saturday of Paul Hartman

Miss Pauline Knapp, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. V.C. Knapp, 311 Edwards street, became the bride of Paul Hartman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Hartman, near Waterloo, Saturday evening at 8 o'clock in the parsonage of Trinity American Lutheran church. Rev. F.H. Moelmann, pastor, officiated.

The couple left for a short trip, after which they will make their home in this city. Mr. Hartman is employed with John Deere company.; Principal=Paul Fred Hartman6,3 
Residence*1930 1330 Westfield Ave, Waterloo, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Age 20, married at age 18, both parents born in Iowa, not employed.6 
Residence1940 602 Magnolia, Waterloo, Blackhawk Co., Iowa; Age 30, born in Iowa, housewife.11 
Residence1941 310 Oakland Ave, Waterloo, Black Hawk Co., Iowa12 
Divorce*7 Jan 1946 Waterloo, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Principal=Paul Fred Hartman5,4 
Employment* waitress4 
Residenceb 1949 East Waterloo, Black Hawk Co., Iowa4 
Residencebt 1949 - 1951 Mental Health Institute, Independence, Buchanan Co., Iowa; The doctor who signed her death certificate indicated that he had been her doctor from 6 April 1948 to the time of her death. His name is difficult to read, but probably Max E. Witte, M.D.4 
Death*13 Aug 1951 Mental Health Institute, Independence, Buchanan Co., Iowa; Cause of death: Cervical carcinoma with invasion of the bladder (4 years); other significant condition: manic-depresseive manic psychosis (4 years); surgery in April 1951 fround carcinoma of cervix and bladder. Informant on death certificate: Institute records.

Waterloo Daily Courier, Waterloo, Iowa; 13 August 1951

MRS. PAUL F. HARTMAN

Mrs. Paul F. Hartman, 41, died Monday at 3:25 a.m. in Independence, Ia., of carcinoma.

A native of Garden Grove, Ia., Mrs. Hartman was born Pauline N. Knapp, daughter of Vance and Olive Knapp, the date of her birth being Sept., 16, 1910. She came to this city in 1920 and was married here to Paul F. Hartman.

Surviving are two brothers, Carl and Donald Knapp, and a daughter, Miss Jean Ann Hartman, all of Waterloo; a sister, Mrs. J.F. McCoy of Davenport. She was a member of the Order of EaEstern (sic) Star and Woodmen’s circle.

Arrangements for the funeral are being made in the O’Keefe & Towne funeral home.13,4,8 
Burial*15 Aug 1951 Memorial Park Cemetery, Waterloo, Black Hawk Co., Iowa4 

Family

Paul Fred Hartman b. 9 Jul 1903, d. 9 Sep 1956
Marriage*20 Apr 1929 Parsonage of Trinity Lutheran Church, Waterloo, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Married 2 years at time of 1930 census

Witness to marriage: Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Cook, Pastor: L. Herbert Moehlman.

Article in the Waterloo Evening Courier, 22 April 1929:

Pauline Knapp is Bride Saturday of Paul Hartman

Miss Pauline Knapp, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. V.C. Knapp, 311 Edwards street, became the bride of Paul Hartman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Hartman, near Waterloo, Saturday evening at 8 o'clock in the parsonage of Trinity American Lutheran church. Rev. F.H. Moelmann, pastor, officiated.

The couple left for a short trip, after which they will make their home in this city. Mr. Hartman is employed with John Deere company.; Principal=Paul Fred Hartman6,3 
Divorce*7 Jan 1946 Waterloo, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Principal=Paul Fred Hartman5,4 
Child

Citations

  1. [S477] Lynne (Stokes) Hansen to Dixie Hansen. 4 April 2005 and 9 April 2005.
  2. [S326] 1920 US Federal Census, Waterloo, Precinct 4; Black Hawk Co., IA, ED 26, Sheet 2A.
  3. [S558] Paul F. Hartman and Pauline Knapp, Marriage Certificate, 20 April 1929, "Marriage Certificate - Black Hawk Co., Iowa," Record #46,.
  4. [S516] Pauline (Knapp) Hartman, Death Certificate 10-205, 4 Sep 1951,.
  5. [S477] Lynne (Stokes) Hansen to Dixie Hansen. 4 April 2005.
  6. [S356] 1930 US Federal Census, Waterloo, Black Hawk Co., IA; ED 16, Sheet 20 A.
  7. [S325] 1910 US Federal Census, Garden Grove Township, Decatur Co., Iowa; ED 50, Sheet 4A.
  8. [S547] Obituary for Pauline N. (Knapp) Hartman, Waterloo Daily Courier, Waterloo, Iowa (13 August 1951),.
  9. [S742] 1915 Iowa State Census, Iowa, Ancestry.com, Garden Grove, Decatur Co., Iowa.
  10. [S735] 1925 Iowa State Census, Waterlook, Black Hawk Co., Iowa.
  11. [S1210] 1940 US Federal Census, Waterloo, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; ED 7-16B, Image 15.
  12. [S546] Obituary: Vance Carl Knapp, Waterloo Daily Courier, Waterloo, Iowa (19 Dec 1941),.
  13. [S477] Lynne (Stokes) Hansen to Dixie Hansen. 4 April 2005 and follow-up letter 4/23/05.

Sophia Paul1

F, b. 10 July 1880, d. 24 May 1968
FatherConrad Paul2,3 b. 17 Sep 1836, d. 5 Aug 1909
MotherChristianna Sack2,3 b. 22 Nov 1842, d. 9 Jun 1915
Appears on charts:Ancestry of Paul Fred Hartman
Name Variation Sopina2 
SSN* 480-46-99043 
Birth*10 Jul 1880 Black Hawk Co., Iowa4,5,6,2,7,3 
Residence1895 Blackhawkowk, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Age 157 
Residence1900 Mount Vernon Township, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; born July 1880, age 19; single, (however, inexplicably, there appears to be a "1" in the column for "number of years married")2 
Married Name Hartman4 
Marriage*18 Dec 1902 Waterloo, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Jacob was 27 at time of first marriage, and Sophia was 23.

Marriage license was issued on 17 December 1902.; Principal=Jacob William Hartman6,8,9 
Residence1904 Waterloo, Black Hawk Co., Iowa10 
Residence1909 Mt. Vernon Township, Black Hawk Co., Iowa11 
Residence1910 East Waterloo, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Age 29, married 7 years, mother of 1 child, who is still living, from Iowa, both parents from Germany6 
Residence1915 Waterloo, Black Hawk Co., Iowa12 
Residence1920 East Waterloo, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Age 38, born in Iowa. Parents from [Hueber?], speak German5 
Residence1925 East Waterloo, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Age 44, born in Iowa. Fahter is Conrad Paul, mother is Christena Sack.13 
Residence*1930 East Waterloo, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Age 49, first married at age 23, born in Iowa, both parents born in Germany4 
Residence1937 RR 3, Waterloo, Black Hawk Co., Iowa14 
Residence1940 East Waterloo, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Age 60, born in Iowa. Housekeeper for a private family.15 
Residence1968 RR 2, Waterloo, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Housewife3 
ResidenceMay 1968 Stevens Nursing Home, Waterloo, Black Hawk Co., Iowa16 
Death*24 May 1968 Schoitz Memorial Hospital, Waterloo, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Cause of death: Cerebral thrombosis (3 weeks), as a consequence of Cerebral and generalized arteriosclerosis (10 years). Other significant condition: Uremia.

Informant was Jean Ann Stokes, residing at 300 Home Park Blvd., Waterloo, Iowa.

Waterloo Daily Courier, Waterloo Iowa, 24 May 1968

MRS. SOPHIE HARTMAN

Mrs. Sophie Hartman, 87, of the Stevens Nursing Home, died at Schoitz Memorial Hospital at 12:45 p.m. Friday of complications of her age. Funeral arrangements are pending at the Lock funeral home.17,3 
Burial*27 May 1968 Elmwood Cemetery, Waterloo, Black Hawk Co., Iowa3 

Family

Jacob William Hartman b. 4 Apr 1875, d. 1 Aug 1945
Marriage*18 Dec 1902 Waterloo, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Jacob was 27 at time of first marriage, and Sophia was 23.

Marriage license was issued on 17 December 1902.; Principal=Jacob William Hartman6,8,9 
Child

Citations

  1. [S477] Lynne (Stokes) Hansen to Dixie Hansen. 4 April 2005 and follow-up letter 4/23/05.
  2. [S157] 1900 US Federal Census, Mount Vernon Township, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; ED 16, Sheets 7B and 8A.
  3. [S518] Sophia (Paul) Hartman, Death Certificate 68-10275, 4 June 1968,.
  4. [S356] 1930 US Federal Census, East Waterloo, Black Hawk Co., IA; ED 31, Sheet 12A.
  5. [S326] 1920 US Federal Census, East Waterloo, Black Hawk Co., IA; ED 31, Sheet 6A.
  6. [S325] 1910 US Federal Census, East Waterloo, Black Hawk Co., IA; ED 12, Sheet 3A.
  7. [S479] 1895 Iowa State Census, Iowa, Ancestry.com, Online database on Ancestry.com, no page citations given.
  8. [S522] Jacob William Hartman, Death Certificate 7-4-239, 8 Aug 1945,.
  9. [S548] Obituary for Jacob W. Hartman, Waterloo Daily Courier, Waterloo, Iowa (2 August 1945),.
  10. [S481] Isiah Van Metre., History of Black Hawk County, Iowa and Representative Citizens (Biographical Publishing Co., Chicago, IL, 1904), Page 401-402.
  11. [S552] Obituary for Conrad Paul page 6, Waterloo Daily Courier, Waterloo, Iowa (6 August 1905),.
  12. [S551] Obituary for Christina (Sack) Paul, Waterloo Evening Courier and Reporter, Waterloo, Iowa (9 June 1915),.
  13. [S735] 1925 Iowa State Census, East Waterloo, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Image 105.
  14. [S539] Obituary for Paul Fred Hartman, Waterloo Daily Courier, Waterloo, Iowa (10 September 1957),.
  15. [S1210] 1940 US Federal Census, East Waterloo, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; ED 7-44, Image 14.
  16. [S538] Obituary for Sophie Hartman, Waterloo Daily Courier, Waterloo, Iowa (24 May 1968),.
  17. [S477] Lynne (Stokes) Hansen to Dixie Hansen. 4 April 2005.
  18. [S520] Paul F. Hartman, Death Certificate 114-56-17592, 15 Sep 1956,.
  19. [S558] Paul F. Hartman and Pauline Knapp, Marriage Certificate, 20 April 1929, "Marriage Certificate - Black Hawk Co., Iowa," Record #46,.

Jacob William Hartman1,2

M, b. 4 April 1875, d. 1 August 1945
FatherHeinrich Hartman3,2,4 b. Nov 1833, d. 1904
MotherElizabetha Rister3,2,4 b. 18 Aug 1844, d. 12 Jul 1932
Appears on charts:Ancestry of Paul Fred Hartman
Religion* Waterloo, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Member of Trinity Lutheran Church4 
Name Variation Jake W.5 
Birth*4 Apr 1875 Carroll Co., Illinois1,6,7,2,4 
Residence1880 Fair Haven, Carroll Co., Illinois; Age 68 
Confirmation*1889 St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Chadwick, Carroll Co., Illinois4 
Residence1900 Mount Vernon Township, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Age 25, Servant in the Household of D. and Harriet Smalling and family, Single, Farm Laborer, born in Illinois, both parents born in Germany7 
Residencea 1900 Waterloo, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Came to Black Hawk Co. when he was 25.4 
Employmenta 1900 Waterloo, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Worked for the Illinois Central shops.4 
Marriage*18 Dec 1902 Waterloo, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Jacob was 27 at time of first marriage, and Sophia was 23.

Marriage license was issued on 17 December 1902.; Principal=Sophia Paul6,2,4 
Residence1910 East Waterloo, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Age 38, married 7 years, from Illinois, both parents born in Germany, Farmer on a General Farm6 
Residence1920 East Waterloo, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Age 44, owns general farm, born in Illinois, both parents from Germany; Enumeration includes only Jacob, Sophia and 16 year old Paul.5 
Residence1925 East Waterloo, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Age 49, born in Illinois. Father is Henry Hartman, mother is Elizabeth Reaster.

Enumerated with Sopha 44 and Paul F. 219 
Residence*1930 East Waterloo, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Age 55, first married at age 27 or 29; Farmer, born in Illinois, both parents born in Germany1 
Employment* East Waterloo, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Tax assessor for East Waterloo township for 22 years4 
ResidenceJul 1932 Waterloo, Black Hawk Co., Iowa10 
Residence1940 East Waterloo, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Age 65, born in Illinois. Retired Farmer.

Enumerated with Sophia 60.11 
Employment* Farmer2 
Death*1 Aug 1945 Saint Francis Hospital, near Waterloo, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Cause of death: Cerebral Hemorrhage (2 months), due to Hypretension (4 years), due to Arterio Sclerosis (4 years). Hopsitalized for 10 days before death. Informant: Paul F. Hardman, RFD 3, Waterloo.

Waterloo Daily Courier, Waterloo, Iowa; 2 August 1945, page 2

JACOB W. HARTMAN

Funeral services will be conducted Saturday for Jacob W. Hartman, 70, farmer residing three miles east of Waterloo and formerly a tax assessor for East Waterloo township for 22 years, who died at St. Francis hospital, 1:30 p.m. Wednesday of complications, following a stroke, suffered seven years ago.

There will be a family prayer service at 1:30 p.m. at the O’Keefe & Towne funeral home, followed by a service at 2 p.m. at Trinity Lutheran church, with Rev. E.A. Hoefer, pastor of Our Saviour’s Lutheran church, officiating. Burial will be at Elmwood cemetery.

He was born Apr. 4, 1875, in Carroll County, Illinois, the son of Henry and Elizabeth Hartman. At the age of 25 he came to Black Hawk county and worked for the Illinois Central shops. Later he settled on a farm in East Waterloo township. He married Sophia Paul at Waterloo on Dec. 18, 1902. Until several years ago he had served as assessor of East Waterloo township for 22 years and had also been active in AAA work for many years.

Surviving besides the widow are one son, Paul, on the farm home three miles northeast of Waterloo; one granddaughter, Jean Ann; two brothers, Henry, Chadwick, Ill. And John, Garden City, S.D., five sisters, Mrs. Emma Zugschwerdt, Garden City; Mary Hartman, 912 West Sixth street; Mrs. Callie Burk, 1226 West Sixth street; Mrs. George Traum, Mt. Carroll, Ill., and Mrs. Wesley Kress of Thompson, Ill. His parents, one brother and two sisters preceded him in death.

Mr. Hartman was a member of the Trinity Lutheran church, having been confirmed in the St. Paul’s Lutheran church in 1889 at Chadwick, Ill.2,4 
Burial*4 Aug 1945 Elmwood Cemetery, Waterloo, Black Hawk Co., Iowa2,4 

Family

Sophia Paul b. 10 Jul 1880, d. 24 May 1968
Marriage*18 Dec 1902 Waterloo, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Jacob was 27 at time of first marriage, and Sophia was 23.

Marriage license was issued on 17 December 1902.; Principal=Sophia Paul6,2,4 
Child

Citations

  1. [S356] 1930 US Federal Census, East Waterloo, Black Hawk Co., IA; ED 31, Sheet 12A.
  2. [S522] Jacob William Hartman, Death Certificate 7-4-239, 8 Aug 1945,.
  3. [S329] 1870 US Federal Census, Fair Haven, Carroll Co., IL, ED 19, page 486.
  4. [S548] Obituary for Jacob W. Hartman, Waterloo Daily Courier, Waterloo, Iowa (2 August 1945),.
  5. [S326] 1920 US Federal Census, East Waterloo, Black Hawk Co., IA; ED 31, Sheet 6A.
  6. [S325] 1910 US Federal Census, East Waterloo, Black Hawk Co., IA; ED 12, Sheet 3A.
  7. [S157] 1900 US Federal Census, Mount Vernon Township, Black Hawk Co., IA; ED 16, Sheet 6A.
  8. [S330] 1880 US Federal Census, Fair Haven, Carroll Co., Illinois; ED 13, Sheet 1.
  9. [S735] 1925 Iowa State Census, East Waterloo, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Image 105.
  10. [S812] Ancestry.com - Historical Newspapers, Thompson Review, Thomson, Illinois (14 July 1932 & 21 July 1932),.
  11. [S1210] 1940 US Federal Census, East Waterloo, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; ED 7-44, Image 14.
  12. [S520] Paul F. Hartman, Death Certificate 114-56-17592, 15 Sep 1956,.
  13. [S558] Paul F. Hartman and Pauline Knapp, Marriage Certificate, 20 April 1929, "Marriage Certificate - Black Hawk Co., Iowa," Record #46,.

Joan (?)1

F, b. circa 1908
Name Variation Joe N (?)2 
Married Name Stokes1 
Birth*c 1908 Missouri1,2 
Marriage*c 1927 Principal=Milo J. Stokes1 
Residence*1930 Clay Township, Monroe Co., Missouri; Age 22, born in Missouri, both parents born in Missouri1 
Residence1940 Woodlawn, Monroe Co., Missouri; Age 32, born in Missouri.2 

Family

Milo J. Stokes b. c 1907

Citations

  1. [S356] 1930 US Federal Census, Clay Township, Monroe Co., MO; ED 1, Sheet 6B.
  2. [S1210] 1940 US Federal Census, Woodlawn, Monroe Co., Missouri; ED 69-21; Image 17.

Edwin Wallace Kendall1

M, b. 23 June 1837, d. 3 October 1937
Edwin Wallace Kendall
FatherJerreb Kendall2 b. 2 Jan 1804, d. 17 Aug 1839
MotherMaria Hannah Little2 b. c 1814, d. 1869
Appears on charts:Ancestry of Ralph Keith Stokes
Biography* From: dianthus120
Feb 19, 2017
Re: Edwin Wallace Kendall

Article From: The Drumheller Mail, Drumheller, Alberta, Canada, 17 June 1937

E.W. Kendall, Drumheller's Oldest Resident, Celebrates 100th Birthday Wednesday.

Members of Horseshoe Canyon Women's Institute Holding "Open House" on June 23, to Commemorate Birthday of Centenarian; Pioneered in Three Great Farming Districts.

Next Wednesday, June 23, will be a great day for E.W. Kendall, popularly and lovingly called "Grandpa" Kendall, who on that day will attain the age of one hundred years, if spared by the grace of God. When interviewed by a Mail representative one year ago, he told how eagerly he was looking forward to his hundredth birthday, and hoping that he would live that long, although he realized that his daughter, Mrs. Charlotte K. Davis, with whom he resides on Third street west, had a real-sized job in taking care of him.

"Grandpa" is not able to get about very much now, as in the past few years he has become quite enfeebled and is unable to walk. In fair weather he is taken out quite a lot in his wheel chair, and often gets a ride in the family car, which he greatly enjoys. His sight is quite good and daily he reads the Bible and keeps track on government doings at Edmonton. He enjoys reading letters received from his grand-children and great-grand-children. He has a surviving cousin, 89 years old, living at La Moilde, Illinois, who recently sent "Grandpa" a photograph of his grandparents, reproduced from an old-fashioned daguerreotype. Mr. Kendall is quite deaf and uses an amplifier type of ear phone.

For many years past, members of the Horseshoe Canyon Women's Institute have paid honor to "Grandpa" Kendall by arranging a dinner or picnic on his birthday. On his ninetieth birthday, a huge banquet was given by these ladies in Drumheller, which was attended by many citizens from all walks of life, as well as a large number from the 'Over the Hill' district. At that time he was presented with a silver-mounted walking stick, which he used daily for the next six years. In his ninety-seventh year, "Grandpa" had to give up walking to any extent, as his legs were gradually getting weaker and weaker with advancing age. This year the Horseshoe Canyon W.I. have planned to hold "Open House" for Mr. Kendall, at his Third street west residence, next Wednesday, the day of his one hundredth birthday.

Born in United States

Mr. Edwin Wallace Kendall was born on his grandfather's farm near the village of Pessumsic, Vermont, on June 23, 1837. His mother was born near Morristown, Vermont, and so far as Mr. Kendall can remember, his father was born on the same farm as the former. His mother taught school and his father was a school director.

When Mr. Kendall was still a baby, his father moved to Perkin's Grove, Illinois, where rich prairie country had been advertised, secured land and returned to Vermont for his family. They trekked over the country to their new home in a covered wagon. This place was about seventy miles west of Chicago, but there were no railways west of that city at that time.

After Mr. Kendall's father died, his mother sold everything she could, paid off all due accounts and went back to school teaching. She married again when Mr. Kendall was seven years of age and her second husband became a prosperous farmer. Mr. Kendall lived with them until he became of age.

With $500 bequeathed to him from his father's estate, Mr. Kendall, as a young man, invested it in land, which he later resold at a profit of five dollars per acre. He then bought some timber land and sold wood to many of the district. It was in this part of Illinois that Mr. Kendall raised all his family.
 
Religion* A member of the Baptist faith and attended First Baptist Church in Waterloo3 
Name Variation Edward W.4 
Birth*23 Jun 1837 Passumpsic, Caledonia Co., Vermont1,5,6,7,2,8,9,3 
Residencec 1839 Lamoille, Bureau Co., Illinois2 
Residence1850 Clarion, Bureau Co., Illinois; Age 134 
Residence1860 Clarion, Bureau Co., Illinois; Age 23; Com. School Teacher; Real estate valued at $360, Personal Estate at $2,500; Enumerated with his mother, step-father, and family.10 
Marriage*2 Nov 1864 Bureau Co., Illinois; Principal=Della W. Warren2,8,3 
Residence1870 Clarion, Bureau Co., Illinois; Age 32, Farmer; Real Estate valued at $14,350; Persona Estate at $3,350, born in VT.5 
Residence*1880 LaMoille, Bureau Co., Illinois; Age 43, retired farmer; from Vermont; both parents from Vermont1 
Residenceb 1890 Marshall Co., Iowa3 
Residencebt 1890 - 1909 now 410 Sunset Rd, Waterloo, Black Hawk Co., Iowa3 
Residence1895 Waterloo, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Age 577 
Residence1900 Waterloo Township, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Widower, Age 62, from Vermont; both parents from Vermont
Enumerated: Edwin W. Kendall (62), son Herman (25), daughter Lottie (22), and Grant C. Brown (32) and Albert Abbott (29), boarders/farm laborers11 
Occupation*1904 Section 34, Waterloo Township, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Farmer. Owner of a fine farm of 170 acres in section 34 of Waterloo Township2 
Residencea 1909 Rosebud, Alberta, Canada; He bought and operated a large ranch in Rosebud, Alberta, Canada3 
Death*3 Oct 1937 Drumheller, Alta, Alberta, Canada; Cause of death: Intestinal Influenza

Waterloo Daily Courier, Waterloo, Iowa; 6 October 1937

KENDALL, FORMER OWNER PROSPECT HILLS, DIES AT 100
Funeral of Ex-Waterloo Man Held Wednesday in Alberta

Edwin Wallace Kendall, 100 years old, former owner of the farm that was subdivided into the Prospect Hills residential area of Waterloo in 1910, died Sunday afternoon of intestinal influenza at his home in Drumheller, Alberta, Can., relatives here have been informed.

Funeral services were conducted Wednesday in Drumheller, and the body will be brought to Waterloo for burial beside the grave of his wife in Elmwood cemetery. It is expected to arrive Saturday, accompanied by members of the family.

Mr. Kendall came to Waterloo from Marshall county, Iowa, in 1890, purchasing the farm from James Hetzler and other members of the Hetzler family.

The Kendall farm home, of stone construction, was at the present 410 Sunset road. Remodeled and enlarged, it is now the home of B.F. Swisher, sr.

Land sold in 1909

Mr. Kendall sold the land in 1909 to William Galloway, who carried out the subdivision project.

The late centenarian was born in Vermont June 23, 1837. He came west as a youth, and married Miss Della Warren in Bureau county, Ill., in 1865. They made their home in Marshall county for many years before coming to Waterloo. Mrs. Kendall died in Waterloo in 1890, shortly after the family moved here.

Leaving Waterloo after selling his land here, he went to Rosebud, Alberta, where he bought a large ranch. Later he acquired other land properties in Canada.

He had been an invalid, confined to a wheel chair, in recent years, but frequently was taken on visits to his ranches.

Last June he was able to enjoy the celebration of his one hundredth birthday, and recognized his relatives and friends and visited with them.

Daughter Lives Here

Two Iowa daughters, mrs. Edward E. Stokes, who resides in Orange township, near the end of Sheridan road, and Mrs. Lucy Chamberlain of Lester, Lyons county, Ia., attended the birthday celebration.

Also surviving are two other daughters, Mrs. Arthur Davis, with whom he resided in Drumheller, and Mrs. Hattie Tuft of Rouleau, Saskatchewan, and 17 grandchildren and 21 great-grandchildren.
A son, Herman Kendall, who resided at 235 Derbyshire road in Waterloo, died three years ago.

Mr. Kendall was a member of the Baptist faith and attended First Baptist church in Waterloo.

Note: some records list his date of death as 6 October 1937, which is when notice of his death in Canada was published in Waterloo. However, the news article says he died on Saturday afternoon, which calculates to 3 October 1937.8,12,3,13 
Burial*9 Oct 1937 Elmwood Cemetery, Waterloo, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Block M, Lot 126 

Family

Della W. Warren b. c 1844, d. 31 Aug 1890
Marriage*2 Nov 1864 Bureau Co., Illinois; Principal=Della W. Warren2,8,3 
Children

Citations

  1. [S330] 1880 US Federal Census, LaMoille, Bureau Co., Illinois; ED 13, Sheet 13A.
  2. [S481] Isiah Van Metre., History of Black Hawk County, Iowa and Representative Citizens (Biographical Publishing Co., Chicago, IL, 1904), Entry for Edwin Wallace Kendall, p 679-680.
  3. [S540] Obituary for Edwin Wallace Kendall, Waterloo Daily Courier, Waterloo, Iowa (6 October 1937),.
  4. [S327] 1850 US Federal Census, Clarion, Bureau Co., Illinois, page 191.
  5. [S329] 1870 US Federal Census, Clarion, Bureau Co., IL; Page 11.
  6. [S475] Works Project Adminstration (WPA)., Graves Registration Project Edwin Wallace Kendall entry, Cemeteries of Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Vols 1-4.
  7. [S479] 1895 Iowa State Census, Iowa, Ancestry.com,.
  8. [S483] Kendall Laughlin., Descendants of William Kendall of Ashford, Connecticut and Caledonia County Vermont (2nd edition, 1955; (2005: on Ancestry.com)), p. 16.
  9. [S157] 1900 US Federal Census, Waterloo, Black Hawk Co., IA; ED 20, Sheet 3B.
  10. [S328] 1860 US Federal Census, Clarion, Bureau Co., Illinois; family of Martin Hopps.
  11. [S157] 1900 US Federal Census, Waterloo Township, Black Hawk Co., IA; ED 20, Sheet 3B.
  12. [S477] Lynne (Stokes) Hansen to Dixie Hansen. Letter dated 4/23/05.
  13. [S475] Works Project Adminstration (WPA)., Graves Registration Project Edwin Wallace Kendall entry, Cemeteries of Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Vols 1-4 (gives year of death, incorrectly as 1936).
  14. [S557] Clarissa (Kendall) Stokes Foster, Death Certificate 230, 18 March 1964,.

Della W. Warren1,2

F, b. circa 1844, d. 31 August 1890
Appears on charts:Ancestry of Ralph Keith Stokes
Note* Mercy Bacon - also enumerated in this household. Age 68, from Massachusetts. Perhaps she is the mother of Della.3 
Married Name Kendall1 
Birth*c 1844 Enfield, Hampshire Co., Massachusetts1,3,2 
Marriage*2 Nov 1864 Bureau Co., Illinois; Principal=Edwin Wallace Kendall2,4,5 
Residence1870 Clarion, Bureau Co., Illinois; Age 27, keeping home, from MA3 
Residence*1880 LaMoille, Bureau Co., Illinois; Age 36, Keeping Home; From Massachusetts, both parents from Massachusetts1 
Death1888 4 
Death*31 Aug 1890 Waterloo, Black Hawk Co., Iowa6,5 

Family

Edwin Wallace Kendall b. 23 Jun 1837, d. 3 Oct 1937
Marriage*2 Nov 1864 Bureau Co., Illinois; Principal=Edwin Wallace Kendall2,4,5 
Children

Citations

  1. [S330] 1880 US Federal Census, LaMoille, Bureau Co., Illinois; ED 13, Sheet 13A.
  2. [S481] Isiah Van Metre., History of Black Hawk County, Iowa and Representative Citizens (Biographical Publishing Co., Chicago, IL, 1904), Entry for Edwin Wallace Kendall, p 679-680.
  3. [S329] 1870 US Federal Census, Clarion, Bureau Co., IL; Page 11.
  4. [S483] Kendall Laughlin., Descendants of William Kendall of Ashford, Connecticut and Caledonia County Vermont (2nd edition, 1955; (2005: on Ancestry.com)), p. 16.
  5. [S540] Obituary for Edwin Wallace Kendall, Waterloo Daily Courier, Waterloo, Iowa (6 October 1937),.
  6. [S481] Isiah Van Metre., History of Black Hawk County, Iowa and Representative Citizens (Biographical Publishing Co., Chicago, IL, 1904), p 680, entry for Edwin Wallace Kendall.

Eliza W. Kendall1

F, b. 15 December 1865, d. 1893
FatherEdwin Wallace Kendall1,2 b. 23 Jun 1837, d. 3 Oct 1937
MotherDella W. Warren1 b. c 1844, d. 31 Aug 1890
Married Name Sibley3 
Birth*15 Dec 1865 Illinois1,4,3 
Residence1870 Clarion, Bureau Co., Illinois; Age 44 
Residence*1880 LaMoille, Bureau Co., Illinois; Age 14, at home1 
Death*1893 3 

Citations

  1. [S330] 1880 US Federal Census, LaMoille, Bureau Co., Illinois; ED 13, Sheet 13A.
  2. [S483] Kendall Laughlin., Descendants of William Kendall of Ashford, Connecticut and Caledonia County Vermont (2nd edition, 1955; (2005: on Ancestry.com)), p. 16.
  3. [S481] Isiah Van Metre., History of Black Hawk County, Iowa and Representative Citizens (Biographical Publishing Co., Chicago, IL, 1904), Entry for Edwin Wallace Kendall, p 679-680.
  4. [S329] 1870 US Federal Census, Clarion, Bureau Co., IL; Page 11.

Hattie L. Kendall1

F, b. 2 September 1867
FatherEdwin Wallace Kendall1,2 b. 23 Jun 1837, d. 3 Oct 1937
MotherDella W. Warren1 b. c 1844, d. 31 Aug 1890
Married Name Tutt3 
Marriage* Principal=Charles L. Tutt3 
Birth*2 Sep 1867 Illinois1,3 
Residence1870 Clarion, Bureau Co., Illinois; Age 24 
Residence*1880 LaMoille, Bureau Co., Illinois; Age 12, at home1 
Residence1910 Waterloo Township, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Age 43; married 20 years; mother of 6 children, of whom 6 are living.5 
Residence1937 Roleau, Saskatchewan, Canada6 

Family

Charles L. Tutt b. c 1863
Marriage* Principal=Charles L. Tutt3 
Children

Citations

  1. [S330] 1880 US Federal Census, LaMoille, Bureau Co., Illinois; ED 13, Sheet 13A.
  2. [S483] Kendall Laughlin., Descendants of William Kendall of Ashford, Connecticut and Caledonia County Vermont (2nd edition, 1955; (2005: on Ancestry.com)), p. 16.
  3. [S481] Isiah Van Metre., History of Black Hawk County, Iowa and Representative Citizens (Biographical Publishing Co., Chicago, IL, 1904), Entry for Edwin Wallace Kendall, p 679-680.
  4. [S329] 1870 US Federal Census, Clarion, Bureau Co., IL; Page 11.
  5. [S325] 1910 US Federal Census, Waterloo Township, Black Hawk Co., IA; ED 18, Sheet 19A.
  6. [S540] Obituary for Edwin Wallace Kendall, Waterloo Daily Courier, Waterloo, Iowa (6 October 1937),.

Lucy M. Kendall1

F, b. circa 1871
FatherEdwin Wallace Kendall1,2 b. 23 Jun 1837, d. 3 Oct 1937
MotherDella W. Warren1 b. c 1844, d. 31 Aug 1890
Married Name Chamberlain3 
Marriage* Principal=L.V. Chamberlain3 
Birth*c 1871 Illinois1 
Residence*1880 LaMoille, Bureau Co., Illinois; Age 9, at home1 
Residence1937 Lester, Lyons Co., Iowa4 
Residence1940 Lester, Lyon Co., Iowa; Age 69, born in Illinois5 

Family

L.V. Chamberlain b. c 1867

Citations

  1. [S330] 1880 US Federal Census, LaMoille, Bureau Co., Illinois; ED 13, Sheet 13A.
  2. [S483] Kendall Laughlin., Descendants of William Kendall of Ashford, Connecticut and Caledonia County Vermont (2nd edition, 1955; (2005: on Ancestry.com)), p. 16.
  3. [S481] Isiah Van Metre., History of Black Hawk County, Iowa and Representative Citizens (Biographical Publishing Co., Chicago, IL, 1904), Entry for Edwin Wallace Kendall, p 679-680.
  4. [S540] Obituary for Edwin Wallace Kendall, Waterloo Daily Courier, Waterloo, Iowa (6 October 1937),.
  5. [S1210] 1940 US Federal Census, Lester, Lyon Co., Iowa; ED 60-13, Image 1.

Herman W. Kendall1

M, b. March 1875, d. circa 1934
FatherEdwin Wallace Kendall1,2 b. 23 Jun 1837, d. 3 Oct 1937
MotherDella W. Warren1 b. c 1844, d. 31 Aug 1890
Birth*Mar 1875 Illinois1,3,4 
Residence*1880 LaMoille, Bureau Co., Illinois; Age 5, at home1 
Residence1900 Waterloo Township, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Age 25, born in IL, Farmer4 
Residence1910 Waterloo Township, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Age 35, married 0 years, Horse Dealer5 
Marriage*1910 Principal=Novella Reed6 
Residenceb 1934 235 Derbyshire Rd, Waterloo, Black Hawk Co., Iowa7 
Death*c 1934 7 

Family

Novella Reed b. c 1881
Marriage*1910 Principal=Novella Reed6 

Citations

  1. [S330] 1880 US Federal Census, LaMoille, Bureau Co., Illinois; ED 13, Sheet 13A.
  2. [S483] Kendall Laughlin., Descendants of William Kendall of Ashford, Connecticut and Caledonia County Vermont (2nd edition, 1955; (2005: on Ancestry.com)), p. 16.
  3. [S481] Isiah Van Metre., History of Black Hawk County, Iowa and Representative Citizens (Biographical Publishing Co., Chicago, IL, 1904), Entry for Edwin Wallace Kendall, p 679-680.
  4. [S157] 1900 US Federal Census, Waterloo Township, Black Hawk Co., IA; ED 20, Sheet 3B.
  5. [S325] 1910 US Federal Census, Waterloo Township, Black Hawk Co., IA; ED 18, Sheet 19A.
  6. [S157] 1900 US Federal Census, Waterloo Township, Black Hawk Co., IA; ED 18, Sheet 19A.
  7. [S540] Obituary for Edwin Wallace Kendall, Waterloo Daily Courier, Waterloo, Iowa (6 October 1937),.

Charlotte Kendall1

F, b. October 1877
FatherEdwin Wallace Kendall2,3 b. 23 Jun 1837, d. 3 Oct 1937
MotherDella W. Warren2 b. c 1844, d. 31 Aug 1890
Married Name Davis4 
Name Variation Lottie2 
Birth*Oct 1877 Illinois2,1,5 
Residence*1880 LaMoille, Bureau Co., Illinois2 
Residence1900 Waterloo Township, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Age 225 
Residence1937 Drumheller, Alta, Alberta, Canada6 

Citations

  1. [S481] Isiah Van Metre., History of Black Hawk County, Iowa and Representative Citizens (Biographical Publishing Co., Chicago, IL, 1904), Entry for Edwin Wallace Kendall, p 679-680.
  2. [S330] 1880 US Federal Census, LaMoille, Bureau Co., Illinois; ED 13, Sheet 13A.
  3. [S483] Kendall Laughlin., Descendants of William Kendall of Ashford, Connecticut and Caledonia County Vermont (2nd edition, 1955; (2005: on Ancestry.com)), p. 16.
  4. [S483] Kendall Laughlin., Descendants of William Kendall of Ashford, Connecticut and Caledonia County Vermont (2nd edition, 1955; (2005: on Ancestry.com)), p 20.
  5. [S157] 1900 US Federal Census, Waterloo Township, Black Hawk Co., IA; ED 20, Sheet 3B.
  6. [S540] Obituary for Edwin Wallace Kendall, Waterloo Daily Courier, Waterloo, Iowa (6 October 1937),.

Heinrich Hartman1

M, b. November 1833, d. 1904
Appears on charts:Ancestry of Paul Fred Hartman
Name Variation Henry 
Birth*Nov 1833 Hesse Darmstadt, Germany1,2 
Immigration*1853 3 
Marriage*13 Nov 1866 Carroll Co., Illinois; Principal=Elizabetha Rister4 
Residence1870 Fair Haven, Carroll Co., Illinois; Age 36, Farmer; Real Estate value = $2,400, Personal Property = $6005 
Residence*1880 Fair Haven, Carroll Co., Illinois; Age 47, Farmer6 
Residence1900 Fair Haven, Carroll Co., Illinois; Age 66, married 33 years, immigrated 1853, naturalized citizen, owns a farm.

Enumerated with wife, Elizabeth; daughters Allie and Anna, and grandson Irvine Hartman - as well as with his mother-in-law, Elizabeth Rister.3 
Death*1904 Elizabeth is listed as a widow in the 1910 census.

Obituary for Elizabeth Hartman, published on 14 July 1932, says that Henry died in 1904.7,8 

Family

Elizabetha Rister b. 18 Aug 1844, d. 12 Jul 1932
Marriage*13 Nov 1866 Carroll Co., Illinois; Principal=Elizabetha Rister4 
Children

Citations

  1. [S329] 1870 US Federal Census, Fair Haven, Carroll Co., IL, ED 19, page 486.
  2. [S522] Jacob William Hartman, Death Certificate 7-4-239, 8 Aug 1945,.
  3. [S157] 1900 US Federal Census, Fair Haven, Carroll Co., Illinois; ED 14, Sheet 13A.
  4. [S502] Illinois Statewide Marriage Index 1763-1900 (Illinois State Archives and Illinois State Genealogical Society, http://www.cyberdriveillinois.com/GenealogyMWeb/…), Carroll Co., Illinois, Book B, Page 5, certificate #167.
  5. [S329] 1870 US Federal Census, Fair Haven Township, Carroll Co., Illinois; Page 5.
  6. [S330] 1880 US Federal Census, Fair Haven, Carroll Co., Illinois; ED 13, Sheet 1.
  7. [S325] 1910 US Federal Census, Chadwick, Fair Haven Township, Carroll Co., Illinois; ED 3, Sheet 12A.
  8. [S812] Ancestry.com - Historical Newspapers, Thompson Review, Thomson, Illinois (14 July 1932 & 21 July 1932), 14 July 1932.
  9. [S812] Ancestry.com - Historical Newspapers, Thompson Review, Thomson, Illinois (14 July 1932 & 21 July 1932),.
  10. [S548] Obituary for Jacob W. Hartman, Waterloo Daily Courier, Waterloo, Iowa (2 August 1945),.

Elizabetha Rister1

F, b. 18 August 1844, d. 12 July 1932
FatherJohn Rister2 b. c 1795, d. b 1870
MotherElizabeth (?)2 b. Feb 1813
Appears on charts:Ancestry of Paul Fred Hartman
Name Variation Reister3,4 
Married Name Hartman5 
Name Variation Elizabeth5 
BirthAug 1843 Germany5,2,3 
Birth*18 Aug 1844 Bessen, Darmstadt, Germany6 
Birthc 1845 Germany7 
Immigration*1853 2 
Immigration1854 7 
Immigration1857 Immigrated at age 12 with her parents. Came to the vicinity of Chadwick, Carroll Co., Illinois8,6 
Residence1860 Rock Creek, Carroll Co., Illinois9 
Religion*a 1864 Joined the Evangelical Church at age 20 and remained a member for the rest of her life.6 
Marriage*13 Nov 1866 Carroll Co., Illinois; Principal=Heinrich Hartman1 
Residence1870 Fair Haven, Carroll Co., Illinois; Age is not legible, born in Hesse Darmstadt10 
Residence*1880 Fair Haven, Carroll Co., Illinois; Age 38, keeping house11 
Residence1900 Fair Haven, Carroll Co., Illinois; Age 56, mother of 11 children, of whom 11 are living in 1900; immigrated in 1853.2 
Residence1910 Chadwick, Caroll Co., Illinois; Age 65, Widow; own income, owns farm; Mother of 8 children, of whom 6 are living; Enumerated with son George L. Hartman, daughter Mary L. Harmtan and grandson Irvin H. Hartman (age 13)7 
Residence1920 Chadwick, Carroll Co., Illinois; Age 73; Enumerated with daughter, Mary Hartman, Age 4612 
Residence1930 Chadwick, Carroll Co., Illinois; Age 85, widow; owns home valued at $1,800, immigrated 1857; Enmerated with daughter, Mary.8 
Death*12 Jul 1932 Chadwick, Carroll Co., Illinois; Thompson Review, July 14, 1932

Rites for Mrs. E. Hartman Will Be Held Friday

Rites for Mrs. E. Harman will be held tomorrow

Funeral services for Mrs. Elizabeth Hartman, 87, who passed away at her home Tuesday after a sudden heart attack, will be held Friday afternoon from the Hope church in Chadwick.

Mrs. Hartman, who has always been in exceptionally good health for a person of her age, had worked in the garden Monday afternoon and evening and appeared to be in the best of health. Tuesday morning she was about as usual, but late in the afternoon suffered a sudden heart attack and passed away before aid could be given. Had she lived another month she would have observed her 88th birthday anniversary.

The body was removed to the Henry Frank and Son funeral parlors, and prepared for burial.

She was born in Hesse Darmstadt, Germany, Aug. 18, 1844, and came to the United States at the age of twelve. The family has since lived in this state. She was married to Henry Hartman in September 1866 and they lived on a farm until his death in 1904. Mrs. Harman then moved to Chadwick. Two children Katie and George also preceded her in death.

Mrs. Hartman, who is the widow of Henry Hartman, has been a resident of Fair Haven township for a number of years. After the death of her husband she sold the farm southwest of Chadwick and purchased the propoerty and house across from the Henry Frank home.

For the past twenty odd years she has lived in the village of Chadwick with her daughter, Miss Mary Hartman.

She was a devout and faithful member of the Hope Evangelical church, and always at services, no matter what the weather.

She is survived by three sons, Henry of this place, John of Garden City, S.D., Jake of Waterloo, Ia; six daughtes, Mrs. John Zugschwerdt and Mrs. Louis Backman of Garden City, S.D., Mrs. Wesley Kness of Thomson, Mrs. A.C. Burke of Waterloo, Ia., Mrs. George Traum of Mt. Carroll and Miss Mary Hartman of Chadwick.

She was "Grandma Hartman" to a host of youngsters of the present generation and to a great many of the Chadwick folks who now have children of their own. She was always pleasant and kind, with a cheerful world for everything. her presence will be missed by young and old alike.



Thomson Review, July 21, 1932

Mrs. Elizabeth Hartman Laid to Rest In Chadwick Cemetery Friday

A host of sorrowing friends and relatives of Mrs. Elizabeth Hartman gathered at her house and at the Hope church Friday afternoon to pay their respects to the friend of mankind who had passed on the Eternal Life. The solemn and beautiful funeral services were held under the direction of Rev. S. G. Eberly, assisted by Rev. G. Wykle of Geneseo. Interment was made in the Chadwick Cemetery.

Members of the Rahn quartet, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Rahn, Miss Kathryn Rahn and Elmer Rahn, sang three hymns which had been favorites of the deceased, in a splendid manner. The songs were “In The Sweet Bye and Bye,” “Asleep in Jesus,” and “Farewell Mother.” Floral offerings of all sizes and of rare fragrance surrounded the casket at the home, showing that during her long and useful life Mrs. Hartman had made a great many friends who had now assembled to show their love for a kindly soul who had answered her Master’s call.

Mrs. Elizabeth Hartman, nee Reister, was born in Hessen Darmstadt Germany, August 18, 1844, and died at her home in Chadwick, Illinois July 12, 1932, at the age of 87 years, 10 months, and 25 days. At the age of 12 years, she with her parents bid farewell to their native country and came to America, where they sought greater liberties and better conveniences in making a livelihood for themselves. They located in the vicinity of Chadwick where she has spent her entire life.

In September 1866, she was united in marriage to Henry Hartman. (Transcriber’s Note: The Illinois Statewide Marriage Index gives the date as November 13, 1866.) God blessed this union with eleven children, four sons and seven daughters, At the age of twenty years Mother Hartman gave her heart and life to God, and united with the Evangelical church, of which she has been a loyal and faithful member until death.

Her long and useful life in the church, during which she was always willing and ready to do such things as she could in honor of her God, has impressed her influence for righteousness both upon the youth and the aged. Her life was not an easy one strewn with flowers and sunshine, as well one knows she reared a large family, but one of trials and heartaches. But in all this she never lost faith in God, who was a great comfort and help to her. Her fellowship with God molded her character and disposition in a marvelous way, and made her a most kind and affectionate mother, friend, and neighbor. She will be greatly missed by all who knew her.

She leaves to mourn her deep loss three sons and six daughters: Mrs. John Zugschwerdt, John Hartman and Mrs. Lewis Bachman, all of Garden City, S. D.; J, W. Hartman and Mrs. A. C. Burke of Waterloo, Iowa; Mrs. George Traum of Mt. Carroll; Mrs. Wesley Kness of Thomson, Henry Hartman of Chadwick and Miss Mary Hartman at home. Thirty-eight grandchildren and thirty-seven great-grandchildren as well as many other relatives and friends also survive. Her husband, one daughter, Katie, and a son, George, preceded her in death.

Pall bearers were Etter Humbert, Hiram George, W. J. Schreiner, David Gipe, O, H, Imel, and John Frank.13,6 
Burial*15 Jul 1932 Chadwick Cemetery, Chadwick, Carroll Co., Illinois6 

Family

Heinrich Hartman b. Nov 1833, d. 1904
Marriage*13 Nov 1866 Carroll Co., Illinois; Principal=Heinrich Hartman1 
Children

Citations

  1. [S502] Illinois Statewide Marriage Index 1763-1900 (Illinois State Archives and Illinois State Genealogical Society, http://www.cyberdriveillinois.com/GenealogyMWeb/…), Carroll Co., Illinois, Book B, Page 5, certificate #167.
  2. [S157] 1900 US Federal Census, Fair Haven, Carroll Co., Illinois; ED 14, Sheet 13A.
  3. [S522] Jacob William Hartman, Death Certificate 7-4-239, 8 Aug 1945,.
  4. [S735] 1925 Iowa State Census, Bennington, Black Hawk Co., Iowa (Callie R. Burk's mother is given as Elizabeth Reister).
  5. [S329] 1870 US Federal Census, Fair Haven, Carroll Co., IL, ED 19, page 486.
  6. [S812] Ancestry.com - Historical Newspapers, Thompson Review, Thomson, Illinois (14 July 1932 & 21 July 1932),.
  7. [S325] 1910 US Federal Census, Chadwick, Fair Haven Township, Carroll Co., Illinois; ED 3, Sheet 12A.
  8. [S356] 1930 US Federal Census, Chadwick, Fair Haven Township, Carroll Co., Illinois; ED 3, Sheet 2A.
  9. [S328] 1860 US Federal Census, Rock Creek, Carroll Co., Illinois; Page 159.
  10. [S329] 1870 US Federal Census, Fair Haven Township, Carroll Co., Illinois; Page 5.
  11. [S330] 1880 US Federal Census, Fair Haven, Carroll Co., Illinois; ED 13, Sheet 1.
  12. [S326] 1920 US Federal Census, Chadwick, Fair Haven Township, Carroll Co., Illinois; ED 3, Sheet 10 B.
  13. [S534] Illinois Statewide Death Index 1916-1950 (Illinois State Archives and Illinois State Genealogical Society, http://www.cyberdriveillinois.com/GenealogyMWeb/…), Certificate #0080115, filed 32-07-13.
  14. [S548] Obituary for Jacob W. Hartman, Waterloo Daily Courier, Waterloo, Iowa (2 August 1945),.

Louis A. Latner1,2

M, b. 1 October 1909, d. 30 July 1985
Mother(?) Levensen2
Occupation* Berkeley, California; Taught at Berkeley 
SSN* 063-05-08852 
Birth*1 Oct 1909 New York2 
Marriage Principal=Zelma Rose Stokes1 
Death*30 Jul 1985 Contra Costa Co., California2 

Family

Zelma Rose Stokes b. 27 Nov 1920, d. 17 Dec 1992

Citations

  1. [S477] Lynne (Stokes) Hansen to Dixie Hansen. Received 5 April 2005.
  2. [S478] Center for Health Statistics State of California Department of Health Services., California Death Index 1940-1997 (Ancestry.com; Provo UT),.

Thomas W. Hillock1

M, b. circa 1870
FatherRobert Hillock2 b. c 1831
MotherMary Jane Gough b. c 1838, d. 29 Sep 1920
Appears on charts:Ancestry of Ralph Keith Stokes
Birth South Dakota; 1910 Census record for his daughter indicates that her father was born in South Dakota3 
Birth Pennsylvania4 
Name Variation Sherman W. Hillocke5 
Birthc 1868 Burtchville, St. Clair Co., Michigan6 
Birth*c 1870 Burtchville, St. Clair Co., Michigan7 
Birthc 1871 Detroit, Wayne Co., Michigan2 
BirthJun 1872 Michigan1,8 
Residence*1880 Burtchville, St. Clair Co., Michigan; Age 10, born in Michigan7 
Milit-Beg25 Sep 1889 Detroit, Wayne Co., Michigan; Age 21 and 3 months, born in Burtchville, Michigan. Farmer. Enlisted on 25 September 1889 in Detroit. 5 foot 10-1/4".

Served in Battery C, Third Artillery Regiment at Washington D.C.6 
Marriage* Principal=Mary Higgins 
Milit-End24 Dec 1892 Washington Barracks, Washington, District of Columbia; Discharged Dec 24/92. G.O. 80, AY 0:90 Wash Bks D.C. Corpl Exclt.6 
Milit-Beg*27 Dec 1893 Fort McHenry, Baltimore, Maryland; US Army Enlistment Record: Thomas W. Hillock, age 24 and 6 months, born in St. Clair Co., Michigan. Enlisted at Fort McHenry, Baltimore Maryland. Occupation: barber. Blues eyes, black hair, dark complexion, 5 feet 11 3/4 inches. Regiment: Art, Company C. Last serivce Art. Company 63 through 24 Dec 1892. Discharged Aug 3, 18948 
Milit-End*3 Aug 1894 Deserted 
Employmentb 1897 Washington, District of Columbia; connected for 3 or 4 years with the United States Army9 
Employmentb 1897 Washington, District of Columbia; Served several years with one of the street car systems of the city [Washington D.C.]9 
Marriage*5 Feb 1897 Waverly, Bremer Co., Iowa; Thomas' is listed age 26, born in Detroit Michigan, occupation: Farmer Chicago, Illinois. His parents are listed as Robert Hillock and Mary Goff. Nora is from Waterlook, Iowa, age 25. She was born in Waterloo and her parents are Samuel Smith and Liddy Casebeer. Married at Waverly in Bremer Co. Iowa on 5 Feb 1887 by a Justice of the Peace, Louis Lickmann. Witnesses: G.H. Pockets and J. E. Farwe; Principal=Nora Esther Smith2 
Residence1900 East Waterloo, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Age 27, married for 3 years, born in Michigan, both parents from NY; Day Laborer. Enumerated with his wife, Nora and daughter, Lillian E. There is also a 25 year old lodger from Indiana, by the name of John Grussig (?) whose parents are from Germany and who is working as a boiler maker.1 
Employment* Washington, District of Columbia; Inspector of army clothing for the U.S. Government9 
Residence1901 Washington, District of Columbia9 

Family 1

Mary Higgins
Marriage* Principal=Mary Higgins 
Children

Family 2

Nora Esther Smith b. 31 Aug 1872, d. 26 Nov 1901
Marriage*5 Feb 1897 Waverly, Bremer Co., Iowa; Thomas' is listed age 26, born in Detroit Michigan, occupation: Farmer Chicago, Illinois. His parents are listed as Robert Hillock and Mary Goff. Nora is from Waterlook, Iowa, age 25. She was born in Waterloo and her parents are Samuel Smith and Liddy Casebeer. Married at Waverly in Bremer Co. Iowa on 5 Feb 1887 by a Justice of the Peace, Louis Lickmann. Witnesses: G.H. Pockets and J. E. Farwe; Principal=Nora Esther Smith2 
Child

Citations

  1. [S157] 1900 US Federal Census, East Waterloo, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; ED 13, Sheet 18A.
  2. [S1544] Iowa, Marriage Records 1880-1937 (Ancestry.com), Thomas W. Hillock married Nora E. Smith on 5 February 1897 in Bremer Co., Iowa.
  3. [S325] 1910 US Federal Census, Orange Township, Black Hawk Co., IA; ED 31, Sheet 2B.
  4. [S532] Lillian C. Stokes, Death Certificate C7-167-198, 5 June 1935,.
  5. [S563] Lillian E. Hillocke, Birth Record Book 3, page 29, #6115, 3 April 1899,.
  6. [S1746] US Army, Register of Enlistments, 1798-1914 (Ancestry.com), Thomas W. Hillock, 1885-1890, A-D, Image 518.
  7. [S330] 1880 US Federal Census, Burchville, St. Clair Co., Michigan; ED 367, Image 7.
  8. [S1746] US Army, Register of Enlistments, 1798-1914 (Ancestry.com), Thomas W. Hillock, Surnames A-K, Image 402.
  9. [S536] Semi-Weekly Waterloo Courier, Waterloo, Iowa (29 November 1901 and 3 December 1901),.
  10. [S1763] E-mail correspondence from Judy Hillock-Stafford, Judy Hillock-Stafford (e-mail address) to Dixie Hansen (e-mail address) on 3/15/18.
  11. [S559] Ralph K. Stokes and Lillian Hillock, Marriage Certificate, 20 Dec 1919, "Marriage Certificate - Black Hawk Co., Iowa," Record #36,.

Nora Esther Smith1,2,3

F, b. 31 August 1872, d. 26 November 1901
FatherSamuel Smith2,4 b. 6 Jan 1842, d. 14 Jul 1920
MotherLydia Casebeer2 b. 19 Dec 1847, d. 16 May 1926
Appears on charts:Ancestry of Ralph Keith Stokes
Name Variation Hellock5,6 
Birth*31 Aug 1872 Orange Township, Black Hawk Co., Iowa1,7,8,9,10,4 
Residence1880 Orange, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Age 7, at school7 
Residence1895 Orange, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Age 229 
Married Namec 1897 Hillock1 
Marriage*5 Feb 1897 Waverly, Bremer Co., Iowa; Thomas' is listed age 26, born in Detroit Michigan, occupation: Farmer Chicago, Illinois. His parents are listed as Robert Hillock and Mary Goff. Nora is from Waterlook, Iowa, age 25. She was born in Waterloo and her parents are Samuel Smith and Liddy Casebeer. Married at Waverly in Bremer Co. Iowa on 5 Feb 1887 by a Justice of the Peace, Louis Lickmann. Witnesses: G.H. Pockets and J. E. Farwe; Principal=Thomas W. Hillock11 
Occupation* Farmer3 
Residence*1900 East Waterloo, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Age 27, born in Iowa, both parents born in Pennsylvania; Mother of 1 child, still living.1 
Residence1901 Washington, District of Columbia4 
Death*26 Nov 1901 Johntown, Cambria Co., Pennsylvania; Cause of death: Child Bed Fever

On death certificate, town or township of death is listed as Johnston ___? The 2nd word isn't legible. I'm not sure what place this is.

Semi-Weekly Waterloo Courier, 29 November 1901:

MRS. HILLOCK DEAD
Daughter of Samuel Smith Dies at Johnstown, Pa.

(From Wednesday’s Daily.)
A telegram received yesterday from Johnstown, Pa., announced the death at that place of Mrs. Nora E. Hillock, daughter of Samuel Smith of Orange township. The wire conveyed no particulars concerning the young lady’s illness and the parents and relatives can only conjecture what the cause of death might be. Mr. and Mrs. Hillock moved to Washington D.C., last spring where the gentleman represented that he has a position with the United States government as inspector of army clothing. He had formerly lived for several years in Washington, being connected with the United States army and serving several years with one of the street car systems of the city. It appears that the family removed from there to Johnstown, or it may be that Mrs. Hillock, while visiting at that place, was taken sick and died. It has been several weeks since the parents have heard from their daughter.

Deceased was the second oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Smith and was born in Orange township, as were all the other members of the family. Besides a husband Mrs. Hillock leaves a daughter, Lillian, three years old. The relatives here wired the authorities as Johnstown to ship the body at once to this place and if the remains were started this morning they will reach here some time tomorrow. It is probable the burial will be in Orange township.

Semi-Weekly Waterloo Courier, 3 December 1901

LOST BODY ON THE WAY
Remains of Mrs. Thomas Hillock Located This Forenoon in Chicago – Funeral Tomorrow

(From Saturday’s Daily.)
The body of Mrs. Thomas Hillock started from Johnstown, Pa. last Wednesday morning, was lost on the way, though her husband and little daughter arrived in the City last night. It was not known definitely where the remains were until Agent Ham by telegraphing this morning located them in Chicago. They will be started toward Waterloo this afternoon and reach here on the 3 o’clock train tomorrow morning. The funeral which had been appointed for this forenoon at 10:30 at the South Waterloo Dunkard church brought out a goodly number of people who were told the circumstances. The funeral will be held tomorrow morning at the same hour at the same place.

It appears that the Eastern Passenger association could carry the body only to Chicago where it was to be taken charge of by the Western association, and no one looking after the matter, the corpse remained in the office in Chicago.

It would be considered a sheer piece of carelessness for a friend to set out to accompany a body to a certain destination and lose the corpse on the way. Much more should such carelessness be condemned in one whose relationship is that of husband and wife. It is reported that Mr. Hillock states, however, that he saw the body transferred in Chicago.8,3,12 
Burial*4 Dec 1901 Orange Center Cemetery, Orange, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Block 1, Lot 29; Stone reads: Nora E. Hellock (sic), daut of Samuel-Lydia Smith, born Aug 31, 1872, died Nov 24, 19018,3,6 

Family

Thomas W. Hillock b. c 1870
Marriage*5 Feb 1897 Waverly, Bremer Co., Iowa; Thomas' is listed age 26, born in Detroit Michigan, occupation: Farmer Chicago, Illinois. His parents are listed as Robert Hillock and Mary Goff. Nora is from Waterlook, Iowa, age 25. She was born in Waterloo and her parents are Samuel Smith and Liddy Casebeer. Married at Waverly in Bremer Co. Iowa on 5 Feb 1887 by a Justice of the Peace, Louis Lickmann. Witnesses: G.H. Pockets and J. E. Farwe; Principal=Thomas W. Hillock11 
Child

Citations

  1. [S157] 1900 US Federal Census, East Waterloo, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; ED 13, Sheet 18A.
  2. [S325] 1910 US Federal Census, Orange Township, Black Hawk Co., IA; ED 31, Sheet 2B.
  3. [S528] Nora Esther Smith-Hillock, Death Certificate 17 June 1902,.
  4. [S536] Semi-Weekly Waterloo Courier, Waterloo, Iowa (29 November 1901 and 3 December 1901),.
  5. [S475] Works Project Adminstration (WPA)., Graves Registration Project Nora E. Hellock entry.
  6. [S541] Gravestone, Orange Township Cemetery / Waterloo, Iowa, 6200 Block of Kimball Avenue, Waterloo, Iowa; Dixie Hansen / 26 June 2005, Stone Reads: Nora E. Hellock, daut of Samuel-Lydia Smith, born Aug 31, 1872, died Nov 24, 1901.
  7. [S330] 1880 US Federal Census, Orange, Black Hawk Co., IA: ED 56, Sheet 6.
  8. [S475] Works Project Adminstration (WPA)., Graves Registration Project Nora E. Hellock entry, Cemeteries of Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Vols 1-4.
  9. [S479] 1895 Iowa State Census, Iowa, Ancestry.com, Orange, Blackhawk Co., Iowa.
  10. [S532] Lillian C. Stokes, Death Certificate C7-167-198, 5 June 1935,.
  11. [S1544] Iowa, Marriage Records 1880-1937 (Ancestry.com), Thomas W. Hillock married Nora E. Smith on 5 February 1897 in Bremer Co., Iowa.
  12. [S550] Obituary for Lillian (Hillock) Stokes, Waterloo Daily Courier, Waterloo, Iowa (15 May 1935),.
  13. [S559] Ralph K. Stokes and Lillian Hillock, Marriage Certificate, 20 Dec 1919, "Marriage Certificate - Black Hawk Co., Iowa," Record #36,.
  14. [S563] Lillian E. Hillocke, Birth Record Book 3, page 29, #6115, 3 April 1899,.

Samuel Smith1

M, b. 6 January 1842, d. 14 July 1920
Samuel Smith
FatherHenry Smith b. c 1802, d. c 1856
MotherMary Kimmel2 d. c 1846
Appears on charts:Ancestry of Ralph Keith Stokes
Biography* Email from jbatchelder@operamail.com:
Henry Smith was born around 1802 in France. He came over to America and married Mary (Polly) Kimmel who resided in Stony Creek, PA. She was wed previously to Peter Pyle who died a few years before she married Henry. Henry and Mary had three boys: George (b.1840), Samuel (b. 1842) and James (b.1845). Only a few months after the birth of James, Mary died. Unable to raise a baby and 2 little boys, Henry sent James and Samuel to good friends Mr. & Mrs. Michael Putman to live till they were 18 years of age. At that point they got a homemade suit of clothes, a few carpenter tools and a little money and sent on his way. In March 1864, Samuel came to Waterloo and settled in with brother George (raised by father) for next 2 years in Orange Township. -Decided to stay a while and purchased 160 acres of land June 1868. -1868 Returned to Pennsylvania -February 1869 married Lydia Casebeer -Spring of 1869 they came back to Waterloo and made home with Daniel Miller family on Ridgeway Avenue (across from Schoitz Hospital). -1901 Built brick home for their new family. -Built many large barns and houses. Built 10 school houses in Orange Township and Byrnes Park Club House. -Buried July 1920 at Orange Cemetery with wife Lydia.3 
Birth*6 Jan 1842 Somerset Co., Pennsylvania1,4,5,6,7,3,8,9 
Residence1850 Milford Township, Somerset Co., Pennsylvania; Age 8, Enumerated in the residence of Michael (age 52) and Ester (age 49) Putnam. Also in the household is 18 year-old Belinda Dell. Michael Putnam is a farmer with $1,200 in real estate.10 
Residence1860 Middlecreek, Somerset Co., Pennsylvania; Age 18, Laborer; Residing with family of Michale Putman (63), Ester Putman (60), and Harriet Bremer (19) - seamstress11 
Residencec 1864 Waterloo, Black Hawk Co., Iowa8 
Marriage*16 Feb 1868 Somerset Co., Pennsylvania; Principal=Lydia Casebeer3,12,13,8 
Residence1870 Orange, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Age 28, Carpenter, Real Estate valued at $6,400, property at $1,250
Enumerated with his wife, Lydia, daughter Ellen F., and another man (farmer) named Neseliah Snyder.14 
Residence1880 Orange, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Age 38, Farmer, unlike later census records, this one indicates that his father was born in PA rather than in France.
Enumerated with his wife, 7 children (Ellen F. Norma C., Nora E., Rollen B., Leiza Jane, Edward A., and Edward A. Also in household: Eud Holden, a servant.5 
Residence1895 Orange, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Age 537 
Residence1900 Orange, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Age 58, married 32 years, Farmer from PA. Father from France, Mother from Pennsylvania.
Enumerated with his wife, Lydia, 6 children (Ellen F., Rolle, Christin E., Mary E. Frank H, and Arthur W.) and 2 hired men (Simon Saylor and Milton Walter)4 
Residence*1910 Orange, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Age 68, married 42 years, born in Pennsylvania, Father born in France, Mother born in Pennsylvania, Farmer on a general farm;
Enumerated with his wife, Lydia, daughter Mary E. (29), son Arthur H. (22), Granddaughter Lillian E. Hillock (11), and a hired man, Solomon Addimar (?), (21), from Pennsylvania.1 
Residence1920 Orange, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Age 78, Samuel and Lydia are living in the houshold with their son Arthur's family15 
Death*14 Jul 1920 Waterloo, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Cause of death: anuria of pyelitis following chronic prostatitis.

Lydia Casebeer Smith is listed as surviving spouse.

The Evening Courier and Reporter, Waterloo, Iowa; 15 July 1920, p 9

SAMUEL SMITH

Samuel Smith died yesterday at p.m. (sic) on the farm near Waterloo which had been his home continually for 53 years.

He was born in Somerset county, Pa., Jan. 6, 1842. His mother died when he was three years old and his father 11 years later. He made a home with an uncle, Michael Putnam, after the death of his mother, until he was 22 years old, when he moved to Waterloo.

His marriage to Miss Lydia Casebeer took place in Somerset, Pa. Feb. 16, 1868, and she, with the following children, survives: Mrs. J. W. Maust, California; Norman C. Smith, Eldorado, Kan., R.B. Smith, Mrs. Silas Miller, Austin E. Smith, Mrs. Hubert Allison, Arthur W. Smith, all of Waterloo, and a granddaughter, Mrs. R.K. Stokes, who was reared as a daughter after the death of her mother.

Funeral services will be at the home at 9:30 a.m. Saturday and at Orange church at 10:30.6,12,8,9 
Burial*17 Jul 1920 Orange Center Cemetery, Orange, Black Hawk Co., Iowa6,12,8

Family

Lydia Casebeer b. 19 Dec 1847, d. 16 May 1926
Marriage*16 Feb 1868 Somerset Co., Pennsylvania; Principal=Lydia Casebeer3,12,13,8 
Children

Citations

  1. [S325] 1910 US Federal Census, Orange Township, Black Hawk Co., IA; ED 31, Sheet 2B.
  2. [S507] Don Miller: e-mail address., Holly Mill Run Website (http://genealogy.hollymillrun.com/, 2005),.
  3. [S507] Don Miller: e-mail address., Holly Mill Run Website (http://genealogy.hollymillrun.com/, 2005), Don Miller gives as his source e-mail address.
  4. [S157] 1900 US Federal Census, Orange, Black Hawk Co., IA; ED 17, Sheet 8A.
  5. [S330] 1880 US Federal Census, Orange, Black Hawk Co., IA: ED 56, Sheet 6.
  6. [S475] Works Project Adminstration (WPA)., Graves Registration Project Samuel Smith Entry, Cemeteries of Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Vols 1-4.
  7. [S479] 1895 Iowa State Census, Iowa, Ancestry.com, Orange, Blackhawk Co., Iowa.
  8. [S545] Obituary for Samuel Smith, page 9, The Evening Courier and Reporter, Waterloo, Iowa (15 July 1920),.
  9. [S560] Samual and Lydia Smith, Gravestone, Orange Center Cemetery, read in June 2005 by Dixie Hansen.
  10. [S327] 1850 US Federal Census, Milford Township, Somerset Co., Pennsylvania, page 233.
  11. [S328] 1860 US Federal Census, Middlecreek, Somerset Co., Pennsylvania, Page 90.
  12. [S530] Samuel Smith, Death Certificate 7-20-005379, 4 Aug 1920,.
  13. [S544] Obituary for Lydia (Casebeer) Smith, Waterloo Evening Courier, Waterloo, Iowa (17 May 1926),.
  14. [S329] 1870 US Federal Census, Orange, Black Hawk Co., IA: Page 13.
  15. [S326] 1920 US Federal Census, Orange, Black Hawk Co., IA; ED 38, Sheet 7B.
  16. [S536] Semi-Weekly Waterloo Courier, Waterloo, Iowa (29 November 1901 and 3 December 1901),.

Lydia Casebeer1

F, b. 19 December 1847, d. 16 May 1926
Lydia Casebeer
FatherDavid Casebeer2 b. c 1814
MotherFanny Boyer2 b. c 1813
Appears on charts:Ancestry of Ralph Keith Stokes
Religion* Orange Center, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; A lifelong and devoted member of the Church of the Brethren at Orange Center3 
Birth*19 Dec 1847 Somerset Co., Pennsylvania; Month and year of birth are listed on 1900 census, but are not legible.

Death certificate lists place of birth as "Sumerset" Co., Pennsylvania,1,4,5,6,2,3,7 
Residence1850 Somerset Township, Somerset Co., Pennsylvania; Age 38 
Residence1860 Somerset Township, Somerset Co., Pennsylvania; Age 12, attending school9 
Married Namec 1868 Smith1 
Marriage*16 Feb 1868 Somerset Co., Pennsylvania; Principal=Samuel Smith10,11,3,12 
Residence1870 Orange, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Age 22, Keeping house13 
Residence1880 Orange, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Age 3214 
Occupation* Housewife2 
Residence1895 Orange, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Age 476 
Residence1900 Orange, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Age 52, mother of 10 of whom 9 are living.4 
Residence*1910 Orange, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Age 62, married 42 years, mother of 10 of whom 7 are living; born in Pennsylvania, as are both of her parents1 
Residence1920 Orange, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Age 7215 
Death*16 May 1926 Waterloo, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Cause of Death: carcinoma of stomach; Informant: Arthur Smith; Attending physician is W.H. Brokley

Waterloo Evening Courier, Waterloo, Iowa; 17 May 1926

EARLY RESIDENT OF ORANGE DIES

End comes to Mrs. Lydia Smith in Home Where She Settled as Bride 58 Years Ago

Mrs. Lydia Smith, widow of Samuel Smith, an early resident of Orange township, died at 7:50 p.m. yesterday at her home, three miles southwest of Waterloo, where she settled as a bride 58 years ago. She was 78 years old and had been bedfast most of the time during the last two weeks. Her husband died six years ago.

Deceased was born in Somerset, Pa., Dec. 19, 1847, the daughter of David and Polly Casebeer. She was married to Samuel Smith at Somerset on Feb. 16, 1868, and later on the couple came to Black Hawk county. They settled on 160 acres of virgin prairie in Orange township, living with friends while their home was being built. They lived to see the township transformed from its pioneer conditions to its present state of development, with a record for community interest, co-operative enterprises, church and school facilities, good farms, good homes, and good roads.

Surviving are six children, 34 grandchildren and a sister, Mrs. Amanda Barnett, Somerset. The children are Mrs. Ellen F. Maust, La Verne, Cal.; Norman C., Eldorado, Kan., Rollin B. and Mary E. Allison, Orange; Austin E., Waterloo, and Arthur W. at home. Three daughters and a son preceded their mother in death. All the children are here except Mrs. Maust.

The body will be at Petersen Bros. undertaking parlors until 6 p.m. today, when it will be returned to the home. Funeral services will be at the home at 2:30 and at 3 p.m. tomorrow in the Church of the Brethren at Orange Center, conducted by Rev. A.P. Blough. Burial will be in Orange cemetery.

Mrs. Smith was a lifelong and devoted member of this church.5,2,3,7 
Burial*18 May 1926 Orange Center Cemetery, Orange, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Gravestone notation in WPA records: wif of S.

Death certificate lists Funreal home as Petersen Bros.5,2 

Family

Samuel Smith b. 6 Jan 1842, d. 14 Jul 1920
Marriage*16 Feb 1868 Somerset Co., Pennsylvania; Principal=Samuel Smith10,11,3,12 
Children

Citations

  1. [S325] 1910 US Federal Census, Orange Township, Black Hawk Co., IA; ED 31, Sheet 2B.
  2. [S531] Mrs. Lydia Smith, Death Certificate 7-26-861, 18 may 1926,.
  3. [S544] Obituary for Lydia (Casebeer) Smith, Waterloo Evening Courier, Waterloo, Iowa (17 May 1926),.
  4. [S157] 1900 US Federal Census, Orange, Black Hawk Co., IA; ED 17, Sheet 8A.
  5. [S475] Works Project Adminstration (WPA)., Graves Registration Project Lydia Smith entry, Cemeteries of Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Vols 1-4.
  6. [S479] 1895 Iowa State Census, Iowa, Ancestry.com, Orange, Blackhawk Co., Iowa.
  7. [S560] Samual and Lydia Smith, Gravestone, Orange Center Cemetery, read in June 2005 by Dixie Hansen.
  8. [S327] 1850 US Federal Census, Somerset Township, Somerset Co., Pennsylvania, Page45-46.
  9. [S328] 1860 US Federal Census, Somerset Township, Somerset Co., Pennsylvania; Page 118.
  10. [S507] Don Miller: e-mail address., Holly Mill Run Website (http://genealogy.hollymillrun.com/, 2005), Don Miller gives as his source e-mail address.
  11. [S530] Samuel Smith, Death Certificate 7-20-005379, 4 Aug 1920,.
  12. [S545] Obituary for Samuel Smith, page 9, The Evening Courier and Reporter, Waterloo, Iowa (15 July 1920),.
  13. [S329] 1870 US Federal Census, Orange, Black Hawk Co., IA: Page 13.
  14. [S330] 1880 US Federal Census, Orange, Black Hawk Co., IA: ED 56, Sheet 6.
  15. [S326] 1920 US Federal Census, Orange, Black Hawk Co., IA; ED 38, Sheet 7B.

Mary Elizabeth Smith1

F, b. September 1880
FatherSamuel Smith1 b. 6 Jan 1842, d. 14 Jul 1920
MotherLydia Casebeer1 b. 19 Dec 1847, d. 16 May 1926
Married Name Allison2 
Birth*Sep 1880 Black Hawk Co., Iowa1,3,4 
Residence1895 Orange, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Age 144 
Residence1900 Orange, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Age 19, house work3 
Residence*1910 Orange, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Age 29, "at house"1 
Residence1920 Waterloo, Black Hawk Co., Iowa5 
Residence1926 Orange Township, Black Hawk Co., Iowa6 

Citations

  1. [S325] 1910 US Federal Census, Orange Township, Black Hawk Co., IA; ED 31, Sheet 2B.
  2. [S542] Obituary for Lydia (Casebeer) Smith, Waterloo Evening Courier, Waterloo, Iowa (17 May 1926),.
  3. [S157] 1900 US Federal Census, Orange, Black Hawk Co., IA; ED 17, Sheet 8A.
  4. [S479] 1895 Iowa State Census, Iowa, Ancestry.com, Orange, Blackhawk Co., Iowa.
  5. [S545] Obituary for Samuel Smith, page 9, The Evening Courier and Reporter, Waterloo, Iowa (15 July 1920),.
  6. [S544] Obituary for Lydia (Casebeer) Smith, Waterloo Evening Courier, Waterloo, Iowa (17 May 1926),.

Arthur W. Smith1

M, b. June 1888
FatherSamuel Smith1 b. 6 Jan 1842, d. 14 Jul 1920
MotherLydia Casebeer1 b. 19 Dec 1847, d. 16 May 1926
Birth*Jun 1888 Black Hawk Co., Iowa1,2,3 
Residence1895 Orange, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Age 73 
Reference*1900 Orange, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Age 12, at school2 
Residence*1910 Orange, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Age 22, Hired man on a general farm1 
Marriage* Principal=Fannie R. Mumper4 
Marriage* Principal=Eva (?)5 
Marriage*1919 Principal=Ora V. Keslar6,7 
Residence1920 Orange, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Age 31, Farmer6 
Burial*1957 8 
Burial Orange Township Cemetery, Orange Township, Black Hawk Co., Iowa7 

Family 1

Fannie R. Mumper b. 4 Feb 1892, d. 18 Aug 1914
Marriage* Principal=Fannie R. Mumper4 
Child

Family 2

Eva (?) b. 18 Feb 1892, d. 19 Oct 1918
Marriage* Principal=Eva (?)5 
Child

Family 3

Ora V. Keslar b. 1887, d. 1964
Marriage*1919 Principal=Ora V. Keslar6,7 

Citations

  1. [S325] 1910 US Federal Census, Orange Township, Black Hawk Co., IA; ED 31, Sheet 2B.
  2. [S157] 1900 US Federal Census, Orange, Black Hawk Co., IA; ED 17, Sheet 8A.
  3. [S479] 1895 Iowa State Census, Iowa, Ancestry.com, Orange, Blackhawk Co., Iowa.
  4. [S541] Gravestone, Orange Township Cemetery / Waterloo, Iowa, 6200 Block of Kimball Avenue, Waterloo, Iowa; Dixie Hansen / 26 June 2005, Stone Reads: Fannie R. Mumper wife of A.W. Smith, born at Green Spring PA, Feb 4 1892, Died Aug 18, 1914.
  5. [S541] Gravestone, Orange Township Cemetery / Waterloo, Iowa, 6200 Block of Kimball Avenue, Waterloo, Iowa; Dixie Hansen / 26 June 2005, Stone Reads: Eva Smith, Wife of A.W. Smith, bon at Glencoe, PA Feb 18, 1892, Died Oct 19, 1918.
  6. [S326] 1920 US Federal Census, Orange, Black Hawk Co., IA; ED 38, Sheet 7B.
  7. [S541] Gravestone, Orange Township Cemetery / Waterloo, Iowa, 6200 Block of Kimball Avenue, Waterloo, Iowa; Dixie Hansen / 26 June 2005, Stone Reads: Arthur W. 1888-1957 m. 1919 Ora Keslar 1887-1964, Parents of Wayne, Lois June, Virginia, Clair, and Eleanor.
  8. [S541] Gravestone, Orange Township Cemetery / Waterloo, Iowa, 6200 Block of Kimball Avenue, Waterloo, Iowa; Dixie Hansen / 26 June 2005, Stone Reads: Arthur W. 1888-1957 m. 1919 Ora Keslar 1887-1964, Parents of Wayne, Lois, June, Virginia, Clair, and Eleanor.

Ellen Fanny Smith1

F, b. circa 1869
FatherSamuel Smith1 b. 6 Jan 1842, d. 14 Jul 1920
MotherLydia Casebeer1 b. 19 Dec 1847, d. 16 May 1926
Married Name Maust2 
Birth*c 1869 Black Hawk Co., Iowa; She is in her 30s in 1900, but last digit of age is not legible and year of birth are not legible. However month of birth appears to be March.1,3 
Residence1870 Orange, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Age 14 
Residence1880 Orange, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Age 11, at school5 
Residence1895 Orange, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Age 253 
Residence*1900 Orange, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Working as a seamstress1 
Residence1920 California6 
Residence1926 LaVerne, California7 

Citations

  1. [S157] 1900 US Federal Census, Orange, Black Hawk Co., IA; ED 17, Sheet 8A.
  2. [S542] Obituary for Lydia (Casebeer) Smith, Waterloo Evening Courier, Waterloo, Iowa (17 May 1926),.
  3. [S479] 1895 Iowa State Census, Iowa, Ancestry.com, Orange, Blackhawk Co., Iowa.
  4. [S329] 1870 US Federal Census, Orange, Black Hawk Co., IA: Page 13.
  5. [S330] 1880 US Federal Census, Orange, Black Hawk Co., IA: ED 56, Sheet 6.
  6. [S545] Obituary for Samuel Smith, page 9, The Evening Courier and Reporter, Waterloo, Iowa (15 July 1920),.
  7. [S544] Obituary for Lydia (Casebeer) Smith, Waterloo Evening Courier, Waterloo, Iowa (17 May 1926),.

Rollen Burton Smith1

M, b. July 1874
FatherSamuel Smith1 b. 6 Jan 1842, d. 14 Jul 1920
MotherLydia Casebeer1 b. 19 Dec 1847, d. 16 May 1926
Name Variation Rollin B.2 
Birth*Jul 1874 Black Hawk Co., Iowa1,2 
Residence1880 Orange, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Age 5, at school3 
Residence1895 Orange, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Age 202 
Residence*1900 Orange, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Age 25, farm laborer1 
Residence1920 Waterloo, Black Hawk Co., Iowa4 
Residence1926 Orange Township, Black Hawk Co., Iowa5 

Citations

  1. [S157] 1900 US Federal Census, Orange, Black Hawk Co., IA; ED 17, Sheet 8A.
  2. [S479] 1895 Iowa State Census, Iowa, Ancestry.com, Orange, Blackhawk Co., Iowa.
  3. [S330] 1880 US Federal Census, Orange, Black Hawk Co., IA: ED 56, Sheet 6.
  4. [S545] Obituary for Samuel Smith, page 9, The Evening Courier and Reporter, Waterloo, Iowa (15 July 1920),.
  5. [S544] Obituary for Lydia (Casebeer) Smith, Waterloo Evening Courier, Waterloo, Iowa (17 May 1926),.

Austin Edward Smith1

M, b. February 1878
Austin Edward Smith
FatherSamuel Smith1 b. 6 Jan 1842, d. 14 Jul 1920
MotherLydia Casebeer1 b. 19 Dec 1847, d. 16 May 1926
Name Variation Edward A. 
Birth*Feb 1878 Black Hawk Co., Iowa1,2 
Residence1880 Orange, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Age 23 
Residence1895 Orange, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Age 172 
Residence*1900 Orange, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Age 22, Carpenter1 
Residence1920 Waterloo, Black Hawk Co., Iowa4 
Residence1926 Waterloo, Black Hawk Co., Iowa5 

Citations

  1. [S157] 1900 US Federal Census, Orange, Black Hawk Co., IA; ED 17, Sheet 8A.
  2. [S479] 1895 Iowa State Census, Iowa, Ancestry.com, Orange, Blackhawk Co., Iowa.
  3. [S330] 1880 US Federal Census, Orange, Black Hawk Co., IA: ED 56, Sheet 6.
  4. [S545] Obituary for Samuel Smith, page 9, The Evening Courier and Reporter, Waterloo, Iowa (15 July 1920),.
  5. [S544] Obituary for Lydia (Casebeer) Smith, Waterloo Evening Courier, Waterloo, Iowa (17 May 1926),.

Franklin W. Smith1

M, b. 28 June 1883, d. 24 October 1900
FatherSamuel Smith1 b. 6 Jan 1842, d. 14 Jul 1920
MotherLydia Casebeer1 b. 19 Dec 1847, d. 16 May 1926
Birth*28 Jun 1883 Black Hawk Co., Iowa1,2,3 
Residence1895 Orange, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Age 112 
Residence*1900 Orange, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Age not legible, Farm laborer1 
Death*24 Oct 1900 3 
Burial* Orange Township Cemetery, Orange Township, Black Hawk Co., Iowa3 

Citations

  1. [S157] 1900 US Federal Census, Orange, Black Hawk Co., IA; ED 17, Sheet 8A.
  2. [S479] 1895 Iowa State Census, Iowa, Ancestry.com, Orange, Blackhawk Co., Iowa.
  3. [S541] Gravestone, Orange Township Cemetery / Waterloo, Iowa, 6200 Block of Kimball Avenue, Waterloo, Iowa; Dixie Hansen / 26 June 2005, Stone Reads: [?] son of Samuel & Lydia Smith, born June 28, 1883, died October 24 1900.

Norman Casebeer Smith1

M, b. circa 1871
FatherSamuel Smith1 b. 6 Jan 1842, d. 14 Jul 1920
MotherLydia Casebeer1 b. 19 Dec 1847, d. 16 May 1926
Birth*c 1871 Iowa1 
Residence*1880 Orange, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Age 9, although name appears to be "Norma C." he is listed as "son" to Samuel.1 
Marriage*c 1895 Principal=Olive (?)2 
Residence1910 Waterloo Township, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Age 39, Machinist at Factory2 
Residence1920 Eldorado, Kansas3 
Residence1926 Eldorado, Kansas4 

Family

Olive (?) b. c 1874
Children

Citations

  1. [S330] 1880 US Federal Census, Orange, Black Hawk Co., IA: ED 56, Sheet 6.
  2. [S325] 1910 US Federal Census, Waterloo Township, Black Hawk Co., IA; ED 18, Sheet 19A.
  3. [S545] Obituary for Samuel Smith, page 9, The Evening Courier and Reporter, Waterloo, Iowa (15 July 1920),.
  4. [S544] Obituary for Lydia (Casebeer) Smith, Waterloo Evening Courier, Waterloo, Iowa (17 May 1926),.

Eliza Jane Smith1

F, b. circa 1876
FatherSamuel Smith2 b. 6 Jan 1842, d. 14 Jul 1920
MotherLydia Casebeer2 b. 19 Dec 1847, d. 16 May 1926
Married Name Miller3 
Name Variation Leiza Jane2 
Birth*c 1876 Black Hawk Co., Iowa2,1 
Residence1895 Orange, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Age 191 
Residence*1900 Orange, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Age 42 
Residence1920 Waterloo, Black Hawk Co., Iowa3 

Citations

  1. [S479] 1895 Iowa State Census, Iowa, Ancestry.com, Orange, Blackhawk Co., Iowa.
  2. [S330] 1880 US Federal Census, Orange, Black Hawk Co., IA: ED 56, Sheet 6.
  3. [S545] Obituary for Samuel Smith, page 9, The Evening Courier and Reporter, Waterloo, Iowa (15 July 1920),.

Ora V. Keslar1,2

F, b. 1887, d. 1964
Married Name Smith1 
Birth*1887 Iowa1,3 
Marriage*1919 Principal=Arthur W. Smith1,3 
Residence*1920 Orange, Black Hawk Co., Iowa1 
Death*1964 2 
Burial* Orange Township Cemetery, Orange Township, Black Hawk Co., Iowa2 

Family

Arthur W. Smith b. Jun 1888

Citations

  1. [S326] 1920 US Federal Census, Orange, Black Hawk Co., IA; ED 38, Sheet 7B.
  2. [S541] Gravestone, Orange Township Cemetery / Waterloo, Iowa, 6200 Block of Kimball Avenue, Waterloo, Iowa; Dixie Hansen / 26 June 2005, Stone Reads: Arthur W. 1888-1957 m. 1919 Ora Keslar 1887-1964, Parents of Wayne, Lois, June, Virginia, Clair, and Eleanor.
  3. [S541] Gravestone, Orange Township Cemetery / Waterloo, Iowa, 6200 Block of Kimball Avenue, Waterloo, Iowa; Dixie Hansen / 26 June 2005, Stone Reads: Arthur W. 1888-1957 m. 1919 Ora Keslar 1887-1964, Parents of Wayne, Lois June, Virginia, Clair, and Eleanor.

Wayne S. Smith1

M, b. circa 1917, d. 1994
FatherArthur W. Smith1 b. Jun 1888
MotherEva (?)1 b. 18 Feb 1892, d. 19 Oct 1918
Birth*c 1917 Iowa1 
Residence*1920 Orange, Black Hawk Co., Iowa; Age 2 and 6/12ths1 
Death*1994 2 

Citations

  1. [S326] 1920 US Federal Census, Orange, Black Hawk Co., IA; ED 38, Sheet 7B.
  2. [S541] Gravestone, Orange Township Cemetery / Waterloo, Iowa, 6200 Block of Kimball Avenue, Waterloo, Iowa; Dixie Hansen / 26 June 2005, Stone Reads: Wayne S. 1917-1994.

(?) Levensen1

F

Family

Children

Citations

  1. [S478] Center for Health Statistics State of California Department of Health Services., California Death Index 1940-1997 (Ancestry.com; Provo UT),.

Ruth Carol Latner1

F, b. 1 October 1909, d. 21 November 1991
Mother(?) Levensen1
Birth*1 Oct 1909 New York1 
Death*21 Nov 1991 Contra Costa Co., California1 

Citations

  1. [S478] Center for Health Statistics State of California Department of Health Services., California Death Index 1940-1997 (Ancestry.com; Provo UT),.