William Shaw1

M, b. circa 1828
FatherJohn Shaw1 b. c 1803, d. 20 Feb 1876
MotherAnnie Campbell1 b. 14 Oct 1810, d. 19 Oct 1871
Birth*c 1828 1 
Residence*1851 Wakefield Parish, Carleton Co., New Brunswick, Canada; Age 23, labourer1 

Citations

  1. [S105] 1851 Canadian Census, Extracted in "Shaws of New Brunswick of Maine with Roots in Massachusetts and England, 1818-2004" compiled by George H. Hayward.

Ziba Shaw1

M, b. circa 1838
FatherJohn Shaw1 b. c 1803, d. 20 Feb 1876
MotherAnnie Campbell1 b. 14 Oct 1810, d. 19 Oct 1871
Birth*c 1838 1 
Residence*1851 Wakefield Parish, Carleton Co., New Brunswick, Canada; Age 131 
Residence1861 Wakefield Parish, Carleton Co., New Brunswick, Canada; Age 22, farm labourer2 

Citations

  1. [S105] 1851 Canadian Census, Extracted in "Shaws of New Brunswick of Maine with Roots in Massachusetts and England, 1818-2004" compiled by George H. Hayward.
  2. [S106] George H. Hayward, compiler, Shaws of New Brunswick and Maine with Roots in Massachusetts and England 1518-2004 (29 Leeds Drive, Frederickton, N.B. E3B 4S7: George H. Hayward - self published, 2004 (on CD ROM)), cites Provincial Archives of N.B>, 1861, Parish of Wakefield, Carleton Co., Div. 1, p 11. Hereinafter cited as Shaws of New Brunswick and Maine.

Andrew J. Sherburne1,2

M, b. October 1829
FatherWilliam Sherburne3 b. 15 Dec 1787, d. 13 May 1855
MotherPhoebe A. Potter3 b. c 1796, d. Jun 1864
Birth*Oct 1829 Maine4 
Birthc 1834 Maine5 
Birthc 1837 Maine6 
Residence1860 River Falls, Pierce Co., Wisconsin; Age 23, born in Maine. Real estate valued at $2,500, Personal estate valued at $400.7 
Marriage*c 1863 Principal=Esther J. Marshall5,2 
Residence1870 Troy, St. Croix Co., Wisconsin; "A.J" Sherburne, age 36, born i Maine. Real Estate valued at $3,000, personal estate valued at $700.

Enumerated with Esther 25, George 4, and Ruth 1.5 
Residence1880 Troy, Saint Croix Co., Wisconsin; Age 45, farmer, born in Maine.

Enumerated with Ester 35, George R. 14, Ruth E. 11, Marrion 8 and with mother-in-law Emma Marshall 64.1 
Residence1900 Concord, Asotin Co., Washington; Age 70, married 39 years. Born Oct 1829 in Maine. Gardener.

Enumerated with Esther J., 56 and Lillian D. 16. Also with Joseph H. Ridgera 38 (boarder).4 
Residence1910 Libbie St., Vineland, Asotin Co., Washington; Age 80, born in Maine, married for 47 years.

Enumerated with Ester J. 66 and with married daughter Lillian M. Giffin 26.2 
Residence*1916 Clarkston, Asotin Co., Washington3 
Residence1920 1033 8th, Clarkston, Asotin Co., Washington; Age 90, born in Maine.

Enumerated with Ester J. 76, Lillian Giffin 28, grandchildren: Rae Swidermeaky 28, Wesley Swidermeaky 26 and great grandchild Ruth Swidermeaky 4 months.8 

Family

Esther J. Marshall b. Feb 1844
Marriage*c 1863 Principal=Esther J. Marshall5,2 
Children

Citations

  1. [S15] 1880 US Census, ancestry.com, Troy, Saint Croix Co., Wisconsin.
  2. [S14] 1910 US Census, n.pub., Vineland, Asotin Co., Washington; ED 16, Sheet 5B.
  3. [S39] Obituary: Rhecordo White, Warren Sheaf (Warren, Marhsall Co. Minnesota): 11 October 1916.
  4. [S12] 1900 US Census, ancestry.com, Concord, Asotin Co., Washington; ED 5, Sheet 12B.
  5. [S16] 1870 US Census, ancestry.com, Troy, St. Croix Co., Wisconsin; Page 21.
  6. [S17] 1860 US Census, ancestry.com, River Falls, Pierce Co., Wisconsin, Page 69.
  7. [S17] 1860 US Census, ancestry.com, River Falls, Pierce Co., Wisconsin; Page 69.
  8. [S11] 1920 US Census, ancestry.com, Clarkston, Asotin Co., Washington; ED 18A.
  9. [S68] Greenwood Cemetery - Index of Graves (http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~wistcroi/GreenwoodCem/… [2008]: St. Croix Co., Wisconsin - US Genweb site (prepared by Kathye Beebe)), Gracie Sherburne - Dau of A.J. & E.J. Sherburne - Died June 21 1867.

George R. Sherburne1

M, b. circa 1866
FatherAndrew J. Sherburne1 b. Oct 1829
MotherEsther J. Marshall1 b. Feb 1844
Birth*c 1866 Wisconsin1 
Residence*1870 Troy, St. Croix Co., Wisconsin; Age 4, born in Wisconsin1 
Residence1880 Troy, Saint Croix Co., Wisconsin; Age 14, born in Wisconsin, attending school2 

Citations

  1. [S16] 1870 US Census, ancestry.com, Troy, St. Croix Co., Wisconsin; Page 21.
  2. [S15] 1880 US Census, ancestry.com, Troy, Saint Croix Co., Wisconsin.

Gracie Sherburne1

F, b. 1866, d. 21 June 1867
FatherAndrew J. Sherburne1 b. Oct 1829
MotherEsther J. Marshall1 b. Feb 1844
Birth*1866 1 
Death*21 Jun 1867 1 
Burial* Greenwood Cemetery, River Falls, Pierce Co., Wisconsin; Gracie Sherburne - Dau of A.J. & E.J. Sherburne - Died June 21 18671 

Citations

  1. [S68] Greenwood Cemetery - Index of Graves (http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~wistcroi/GreenwoodCem/… [2008]: St. Croix Co., Wisconsin - US Genweb site (prepared by Kathye Beebe)), Gracie Sherburne - Dau of A.J. & E.J. Sherburne - Died June 21 1867.

Lillian D. Sherburne1

F, b. June 1883
FatherAndrew J. Sherburne1 b. Oct 1829
MotherEsther J. Marshall1 b. Feb 1844
Birth*Jun 1883 Wisconsin1 
Residence*1900 Concord, Asotin Co., Washington; Age 16, born in Wisconsin, at school.1 
Residence1910 Libbie St., Vineland, Asotin Co., Washington; Age 26, married for 1 year. Her husband is not enumerated in the household. Born in Wisconsin.2 
Residence1920 1033 8th, Clarkston, Asotin Co., Washington; Age 28, divorced. Born in Wisconsin. Bookkeeper.3 

Citations

  1. [S12] 1900 US Census, ancestry.com, Concord, Asotin Co., Washington; ED 5, Sheet 12B.
  2. [S14] 1910 US Census, n.pub., Vineland, Asotin Co., Washington; ED 16, Sheet 5B.
  3. [S11] 1920 US Census, ancestry.com, Clarkston, Asotin Co., Washington; ED 18A.

Marrion Sherburne1

F, b. circa 1872
FatherAndrew J. Sherburne1 b. Oct 1829
MotherEsther J. Marshall1 b. Feb 1844
Birth*c 1872 Wisconsin1 
Residence*1880 Troy, Saint Croix Co., Wisconsin; Age 81 

Citations

  1. [S15] 1880 US Census, ancestry.com, Troy, Saint Croix Co., Wisconsin.

Rhecardo S. Sherburne1,2,3

F, b. 13 December 1838, d. 8 October 1916
FatherWilliam Sherburne4 b. 15 Dec 1787, d. 13 May 1855
MotherPhoebe A. Potter3,4 b. c 1796, d. Jun 1864
ChartsPedigree for George Newell Powell
Birth*13 Dec 1838 Bangor, Penobscot Co., Maine5,3,6 
Residence1850 Glenburn, Penobscot Co., Maine; Richard Sherburne (m) - Age 11 - is this Recardo?7 
Residencebt 1851 - 1879 Wisconsin6 
Marriage*2 May 1858 Clifton, Pierce Co., Wisconsin; Notice appearing in the River Falls Journal on 5 May 1858:

Married.

In Clifton, on the 2nd inst., by Rev a. Gilson, Mr. Charles S. White and Miss Rhecardo Sherburne.; Principal=Charles S. White1,6,8 
Residence1860 River Falls, Pierce Co., Wisconsin; Age 20, born in Maine.9 
Residence1870 River Falls, Pierce Co., Wisconsin; "Rhodia," age 3210 
Residencebt 1879 - 1894 Polk Co., Minnesota6 
Residence1880 Town 187, Range 47, Polk Co., Minnesota; Age 41, keeping house. Born in Maine, both parents born in Maine1 
Residence1885 Fanny Township, Polk Co., Minnesota; Age 46, born in Maine2 
Residencea 1894 Warren, Marshall Co., Minnesota6 
Residence1895 Warren, Marshall Co., Minnesota; Age 57, born in Maine.11 
Residence*1900 First St., Warren, Marshall Co., Minnesota; Age 61, widow. Born Dec 1838 in Maine. Both parents born in Maine. Mother of 5 children, 2 of whom were living in 1900.5 
Residence1910 2nd Street, Warren, Marshall Co., Minnesota; Age 72, widow, born in Maine.

Enumerated with the family of her son-in-law George Wattam and with her daughter "Rose" Shaw and grand-daughter Anna 19.12 
Death*8 Oct 1916 Warren, Marshall Co., Minnesota; From death certificate: Born on Dec 13, 1838 in Maine. Died on October 8, 1916, in Warren, Marshall Co., Minnesota. Cause of death is cancer of the gall bladder and liver of 4 months duration. Contributory causse: gall sones of unknown duration. Physician is G.S. Wattam (her son-in-law). Her father is listed as William Sherburne of Maine. Her mother is listed as Phoebe Potter of Maine. Burial is in Warrent, Minnesota on October 9, 1916.

Obituary published in the Warren Sheaf on 11 October 1916:

A Gentlewoman Passes Away.

Mrs. Rhecordo White died after a short and apparently painless illness at 2:00 o'clock on Sunday morning, the span of her life being nearly 78 years.

Mrs. Rhecordo White was born (of New England parentage) at Bangor, Maine, Dec 13, 1838. She moved with her parents to Wisconsin when thirteen years of age and was married to Charles S. White of River Falls, Wisconsin, on May 2, 1858. They resided near River Falls, Wisconsin until 1879, when they moved to Polk county, Minnesota, where they lived on a farm until 1894, in which year they came to Warren. Deceased was mother of five daughters only one of whom, Mrs. Ruth Shaw, survives. Her husband, Charles S. White died in Warren in 1896, since which time she has made her home with her daughter, Mrs. Shaw, or with Dr. Wattam.

Mrs. White is survived by an only brother, Jackson Sherburne, of Clarkston, Washington. She is also mourned by daughter Mrs. Shaw, her grand children, Mrs. George G. Johnson, of Thief River Falls, Miss Anna Shaw, and Charles, William, Harry and Kenneth Wattam, by Dr. Wattam, husband of a deceased daughter, and by a large circle of friends.

Deceased was a member of the Eastern Star and under the auspices of that order the funeral was conducted on Monday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, from the home of Dr. Wattam. Rev. L.W. Barthalow preached a short sympathetic sermon in which he alluded to the noble womanly virtues and Christian character of her who had passed away. Her life was gentle and full of human sympathy and love. The handsome casket was weighted down with a profusion of beautiful floral tributes, that attested the love and esteem in which the departed was held by those who knew her best. At the grave the Eastern Star lodge conducted the services according to the ritual of the order, consigning to Mother Earth the mortal remains of Grandma White. Her gentle and unselfish life will always remain a memory sweet to those who learned to know and to love her.

"When I've gone the last mile of the way,
I will rest at the close of the day;
And I know there are joys that await me
When I've gone the last mile of the way."

Obituary published in the Warren Register on 12 October 1916:

Mrs. Rhecordo White, of this city, died early Sunday morning of disease of the liver, after a short and apparently painless illness. She was born ag Bangor, Maine, Dec. 13, 1838, and had nearly completed her 78th year of life. She was the daughter of William and Phoebe Sherburn, also natives of Bangor. When 13 years of age she moved with her parents to Wisconsin, and it was at Clifton, in that state, that she was married, on May 2nd, 1858, to Charles S. White, who died in Warren just twenty years ago.

In 1879, she and her husband moved to Polk county, Minnesota, and resided on a farm until 1894, in which year they came to Warren. She was the mother of five daughters, only one of whom, Mrs. Ruth Shaw, of this city, survives. Since the death of her husband in 1896, she has resided with Mrs. Shaw or her son-in-law, Dr. G.S. Wattam. She is survived by six grandchilden, Mrs. Geo. G. Johnson, Miss Anna Shaw, and Charles, William, Harry and Kenneth Wattam, and an only borhter, Jackson Sherburne of Clarkston, Wash.

Funeral services were held at the late home of the deceased Monday afternoon, Rev. L.W. Bartholow conducting the services. A burial service was also conducted by the local Eastern Star chapter, of which she was a member.

"Grandma" White, as she was universally known was beloved by everyone. Her cheerful disposition and genial manner endeared her to a host of friends, and especially in the home that will now feel her presence no more.13,3,4 
Burial*9 Oct 1916 Greenwood Cemetery, Warren, Marshall Co., Minnesota; Rhecardo White
Dec 13 1838
Oct 8 1916

Undertaker is H.M. Swenson3,14 
Probate1916 Marshall Co., Minnesota; Petition filed on 11 October 1916. There is a will.

Petitioner is Ruth A. Shaw. George S. Wattam is named as executor.

Devisees are:

Ruth A. Shaw, 52, Warren, Minnesota - daughter
Lucille Johnson (formerly Sullivan), 32, Thief River Falls, Minnesota - Granddaughter
Anna May Shaw, 26, Warren, Minnesota - Granddaughter
Charles C. Wattam, 28, Bismark N.D. - Grandson
William Wattam, 26, Grand Forks, N.D. - Grandson
Henry E. Wattam, 24, Willmar, Minnesota - Grandson
Kenneth Wattam, 17, Warren, Minnesota - Grandson

Estate includes $535 in notes and bonds and real estate valued at $1,500: Lot 3, Block 15 (with buildings) in the City of Warren 

Family

Charles S. White b. 13 Aug 1833, d. 17 Feb 1896
Marriage*2 May 1858 Clifton, Pierce Co., Wisconsin; Notice appearing in the River Falls Journal on 5 May 1858:

Married.

In Clifton, on the 2nd inst., by Rev a. Gilson, Mr. Charles S. White and Miss Rhecardo Sherburne.; Principal=Charles S. White1,6,8 
Children

Citations

  1. [S15] 1880 US Census, ancestry.com, Polk Co., Minnesota, ED 204.
  2. [S18] 1885 Minnesota State Census, ancestry.com, Fanny, Polk Co. Minnesota, page 2 (post office = Crookston).
  3. [S24] Death Certificate for Rechardo White, #7574, Marshall Co., Minnesota; Filed 7 October 1916.
  4. [S89] Obituary: Rhecardo White, Warren Recorder / Register (Warren, Marhsall Co. Minnesota): 12 October 1916.
  5. [S12] 1900 US Census, ancestry.com, Warren, Marshall Co., Minnesota; ED 114, Sheet 2A.
  6. [S39] Obituary: Rhecordo White, Warren Sheaf (Warren, Marhsall Co. Minnesota): 11 October 1916.
  7. [S40] 1850 US Census, ancestry.com, Glenburn, Penobscot Co., Maine; Page 623.
  8. [S73] Marriage Notice: Charles S. White and Rhecordo Sherburne, River Falls Journal (River Falls, Pierce Co., Wisconsin): published 5 May 1858.
  9. [S17] 1860 US Census, ancestry.com, Rivers Falls, Pierce Co., Wisconsin; page 60.
  10. [S16] 1870 US Census, ancestry.com, Rivers Falls, Pierce Co., Wisconsin; pages 20 & 21.
  11. [S19] 1895 Minnesota State Census, ancestry.com, Warren, Marshall Co., Minnesota.
  12. [S14] 1910 US Census, n.pub., Warrenton Township, Marshall Co., Minnesota; ED 96.
  13. [S5] State of Minnesota / Ancestry, ancestry.com, Minnesota Death Record Index, Richardo White, Marshall Co. Minnesota, Cert ID 1916-MN-007574.
  14. [S120] Greenwood Cemetery Markers, Warren, Minnesota; photographed by Dixie Hansen, 21 June 2008, Rhecardo White.

Ruth E. Sherburne1

F, b. circa 1869
FatherAndrew J. Sherburne1 b. Oct 1829
MotherEsther J. Marshall1 b. Feb 1844
Birth*c 1869 Wisconsin1 
Residence*1870 Troy, St. Croix Co., Wisconsin; Age 1, born in Wisconsin.1 
Residence1880 Troy, Saint Croix Co., Wisconsin; Age 11, born in Wisconsin, attending school.2 

Citations

  1. [S16] 1870 US Census, ancestry.com, Troy, St. Croix Co., Wisconsin; Page 21.
  2. [S15] 1880 US Census, ancestry.com, Troy, Saint Croix Co., Wisconsin.

William Sherburne1

M, b. 15 December 1787, d. 13 May 1855
ChartsPedigree for George Newell Powell
Birthc 1786 Maine2 
Birth*15 Dec 1787 Maine; Date calculated from death date of 13 May 1855 and age on gravestone (67 years, 4 months, 28 days)3,2 
Birthc 1789 Maine1,4 
Marriage* Principal=Phoebe A. Potter1 
Residence*1850 Glenburn, Penobscot Co., Maine; Age 64, Farmer, born in Maine.

Enumerated wtih Phebe Sherburne 59, Phebe A. Carrier 25, Daniel Carrier 25, Ann A. Carries 1, Richard Sherburne 11 (m), Elisa Remick 10.

Many, but not all pieces fit here. The ages are close to other data on this family, the names are right - except Richard = Rechardo?. Andrew is not listed with the family, but he would have been 21 by 1850 and so may have been out of the household.2 
Death*13 May 1855 Kinnickinnic, Saint Croix Co., Wisconsin; Age 67 years, 4 months, 28 days (from gave marker).

Death notice appearing in the Hudson Star Journal on 23 May 1855:

DIED.

At his residence, in the Town of Kinnickinnic, on Sunday the 13th inst., William Sherbon, Sen., aged 66 years.4,3 
Burial* Greenwood Cemetery, River Falls, Saint Croix Co., Wisconsin; Block B5, 67y, 4m, 28d [Note cemetery index had 2 William Sherburne's reversed - block 5 is correct]5,6 

Family

Phoebe A. Potter b. c 1796, d. Jun 1864
Marriage* Principal=Phoebe A. Potter1 
Children

Citations

  1. [S24] Death Certificate for Rechardo White, #7574, Marshall Co., Minnesota; Filed 7 October 1916.
  2. [S40] 1850 US Census, ancestry.com, Glenburn, Penobscot Co., Maine; Page 623.
  3. [S66] Cemetery Visited by Dixie Hansen , Greenwood Cemetery, River Falls, Saint Croix Co., Wisconsin (but actual gravesite not found yet!!).
  4. [S65] Obituary: William Sherbon, Hudson Star Journal (Hudson, Saint Croix Co., Wisconsin): 23 May 1855.
  5. [S66] Cemetery Visited by Dixie Hansen , Greenwood Cemetery, River Falls, Saint Croix Co., Wisconsin.
  6. [S68] Greenwood Cemetery - Index of Graves (http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~wistcroi/GreenwoodCem/… [2008]: St. Croix Co., Wisconsin - US Genweb site (prepared by Kathye Beebe)).
  7. [S39] Obituary: Rhecordo White, Warren Sheaf (Warren, Marhsall Co. Minnesota): 11 October 1916.
  8. [S89] Obituary: Rhecardo White, Warren Recorder / Register (Warren, Marhsall Co. Minnesota): 12 October 1916.

Gunvor Sigurdsdatter?

F, b. 1931
FatherSigurd G. Tveit
MotherMartha Bergitte Eliasdatter? b. 1891, d. 1974
Death*  
Birth*1931  

Åsta Rannveig Sigurdsdatter?

F, b. 1928
FatherSigurd G. Tveit
MotherMartha Bergitte Eliasdatter? b. 1891, d. 1974
Death*  
Birth*1928  

Albert N. Skeie

M, b. February 1886
FatherNeri Aslakson Skeie b. 5 Dec 1846, d. 8 Feb 1940
MotherIngeborg A. Kramrig b. Apr 1851
Birth*Feb 1886 Minnesota 

Alma N. Skeie

F, b. May 1889
FatherNeri Aslakson Skeie b. 5 Dec 1846, d. 8 Feb 1940
MotherIngeborg A. Kramrig b. Apr 1851
Birth*May 1889 Minnesota 

Anne Skeie

F, b. circa 1880
FatherNeri Aslakson Skeie b. 5 Dec 1846, d. 8 Feb 1940
MotherIngeborg A. Kramrig b. Apr 1851
Birth*c 1880 Wisconsin 

Aslak N. Skeie

M, b. November 1881
FatherNeri Aslakson Skeie b. 5 Dec 1846, d. 8 Feb 1940
MotherIngeborg A. Kramrig b. Apr 1851
Birth*Nov 1881 Wisconsin 

Clara N. Skeie

F, b. November 1887
FatherNeri Aslakson Skeie b. 5 Dec 1846, d. 8 Feb 1940
MotherIngeborg A. Kramrig b. Apr 1851
Birth*Nov 1887  

Edvina N. Skeie

M, b. May 1893
FatherNeri Aslakson Skeie b. 5 Dec 1846, d. 8 Feb 1940
MotherIngeborg A. Kramrig b. Apr 1851
Birth*May 1893  

Hendry N. Skeie

M, b. March 1891
FatherNeri Aslakson Skeie b. 5 Dec 1846, d. 8 Feb 1940
MotherIngeborg A. Kramrig b. Apr 1851
Birth*Mar 1891 Minnesota 

Ingeborg Skeie

F, b. circa 1876
FatherNeri Aslakson Skeie b. 5 Dec 1846, d. 8 Feb 1940
MotherIngeborg A. Kramrig b. Apr 1851
Birth*c 1876 Norway 

Knute N. Skeie

M, b. February 1884
FatherNeri Aslakson Skeie b. 5 Dec 1846, d. 8 Feb 1940
MotherIngeborg A. Kramrig b. Apr 1851
Birth*Feb 1884 Minnesota 

Neri Aslakson Skeie

M, b. 5 December 1846, d. 8 February 1940
ChartsPedigree for Nina Carlotta Hoialmen
Marriage* Principal=Ingeborg A. Kramrig 
Birthc 1843 Norway 
BirthNov 1845 Norway 
Birth*5 Dec 1846 Rauland, Norway 
Immigration*1879  
Death*8 Feb 1940 Polk Co., Minnesota1 

Family

Ingeborg A. Kramrig b. Apr 1851
Children

Citations

  1. [S5] State of Minnesota / Ancestry, ancestry.com, Minnesota Death Record Index, State File #: 012449 (1940).

Sophie Skeie

F, b. 26 September 1877, d. 20 July 1967
FatherNeri Aslakson Skeie b. 5 Dec 1846, d. 8 Feb 1940
MotherIngeborg A. Kramrig b. Apr 1851
ChartsPedigree for Nina Carlotta Hoialmen
Birth*26 Sep 1877 Norway1 
Immigration*1879  
Marriage*c 1909 Principal=Roy B. Hoialmen 
Note*1910 In 1910 has 5 children, of whom 4 are living. 
Death*20 Jul 1967 Polk Co., Minnesota; Mother's maiden name: Skeie1 

Family

Roy B. Hoialmen b. c 1880, d. 20 Feb 1940
Children

Citations

  1. [S5] State of Minnesota / Ancestry, ancestry.com, Minnesota Death Record Index, State File #: 017680 (1967).

Jane Esther Smart1

F, b. March 1847
Birth*Mar 1847 Canada2,3 
Marriage*13 Feb 1873 Steele Co., Minnesota; Principal=George Naylor1 
Residence*1880 Merton, Steele Co., Minnesota; Age 33, born in Canada, both parents born in Scotland.2 
Residence1895 Steele Co., Minnesota; Age 50, born in Canada.4 
Residence1900 Merton, Steele Co., Minnesota; Age 53, married 27 years. Mother of 4 children, all living. Born in Canada. Father born n Scotland. Mother born in Ireland. Immigrated 1870.3 
Residence1910 Merton, Steele Co., Minnesota; Age 64, married 34 years. Mother of 4 children, all living. Born in Canada. Both parents born in Scotland.5 
Residence1920 Merton, Steele Co., Minnesota; Age 74, immigrated from Canada in 1860. Naturalized in 1900.6 
Residence1930 Merton, Steele Co., Minnesota; Age 85, widow, born in Canada. father born in Scotland, mother born in Ireland. Immigrate 1860.

Residing with her son, Arthur E.7 

Family

George Naylor b. 27 Oct 1837, d. 23 Jul 1920
Marriage*13 Feb 1873 Steele Co., Minnesota; Principal=George Naylor1 
Children

Citations

  1. [S96] Steele Co. Marriage Index, Joanne Hintz, Steele Co., Minnesota US Genweb Site, Book B, Page 123.
  2. [S15] 1880 US Census, ancestry.com, Merton, Steele Co., Minnesota; ED 238, Page 15.
  3. [S12] 1900 US Census, ancestry.com, Merton, Steele Co., Minnesota; ED 132, Sheet 5B.
  4. [S19] 1895 Minnesota State Census, ancestry.com, Steele Co., Minnesota, Image 27.
  5. [S14] 1910 US Census, n.pub., Merton, Steele Co., Minnesota; ED 131, Sheet 7B.
  6. [S11] 1920 US Census, ancestry.com, Merton, Steele Co., Minnesota; ED 133, Sheet 7B.
  7. [S13] 1930 US Census, ancestry.com, Merton, Steele Co., Minnesota; ED 12, Image 13.
  8. [S16] 1870 US Census, ancestry.com, Merton, Steele Co., Minnesota; ED 132, Sheet 5B.

Agnes Evelyn Stalwick1

F, b. circa 1897, d. 28 April 1951
Birth*c 1897 Minnesota2 
Marriage*c 1919 Principal=Albert V. Naylor2,3 
Residence*1920 77 3rd St, Claremont, Dodge Co., Minnesota; Age 23, born in Minnesota. Both parents born in Germany (speak Polish).2 
Residence1930 77 East St, Claremont, Dodge Co., Minnesota; Age 32, married at age 23. Born in Minnesota, both parents born in Germany.3 
Residence1940 Claremont, Dodge Co., Minnesota; Age 42, born in Minnesota.4 
Death*28 Apr 1951 Olmsted Co., Minnesota1 
Burial* Calvary Rochester, Cascade Township, Olmsted Co., Minnesota5 

Family

Albert V. Naylor b. 17 Aug 1886, d. 28 May 1981
Marriage*c 1919 Principal=Albert V. Naylor2,3 

Citations

  1. [S5] State of Minnesota / Ancestry, ancestry.com, Minnesota Death Record Index, Agnes Evelyn Naylor, died on 28 April 1951 in Olmsted Co., Minnesota; Cert ID: 1951-MN-010658.
  2. [S11] 1920 US Census, ancestry.com, Claremont, Dodge Co., Minnesota; ED 3, Image 18.
  3. [S13] 1930 US Census, ancestry.com, Claremont, Dodge Co., Minnesota; ED 4, Image 7.
  4. [S122] 1940 US Census, ancestry.com, Claremont, Dodge Co., Minnesota; ED 20-4, Image 13.
  5. [S35] John Dalby, Minnesota Cemetery Inscription Index, ancestry.com), Agnes E. Naylorr, buried at Calvary Rochester Cemetery, Cascade Township, Olmsted Co., Minnesota; Section CC 13B 15.

Lucy Stanley1

F, b. 1764, d. 1843
ChartsPedigree for George Newell Powell
Birth*1764 1 
Marriage* Principal=Nathaniel Newell1 
Death*1843 1 

Family

Nathaniel Newell b. 1759, d. 1835
Child

Citations

  1. [S8] Laura (Powell) Grunert: Powell Family Reserch.

Allan Arthur Stolen

M, b. 1 October 1953, d. 8 October 1953
FatherArthur Omar Stolen b. 16 May 1914, d. 28 Sep 1996
MotherGladys Ilene Graue Stolen b. 6 May 1919, d. 19 May 1992
Birth*1 Oct 1953 Montevideo, Chippewa Co, Minnesota1 
Death*8 Oct 1953 Chippewa Co., Minnesota2 

Citations

  1. [S6] State of Minnesota Department of Public Health, www.ancestry.com, Minnesota Birth Record Index 1935-2002).
  2. [S5] State of Minnesota / Ancestry, ancestry.com, Minnesota Death Record Index, State File # 002502 (1953).

Arthur Omar Stolen

M, b. 16 May 1914, d. 28 September 1996
FatherElias Johannesen Stölen b. 27 Jul 1868, d. 25 Jan 1968
MotherElla Ellen Berendtsdatter Hagen b. 15 Oct 1884
Birth*16 May 1914 Ten Mile Lake, Lac Qui Parle Co, Minnesota1 
Christening28 Jun 1914 Trinity Lutheran, Boyd, Minnesota 
Marriage*3 Mar 1940 Mount Olivet Lutheran, Montevideo, Minnesota; Bride=Gladys Ilene Graue Stolen 
Death*28 Sep 1996 Chippewa Co., Minnesota1 

Family

Gladys Ilene Graue Stolen b. 6 May 1919, d. 19 May 1992
Child

Citations

  1. [S5] State of Minnesota / Ancestry, ancestry.com, Minnesota Death Record Index, State File # 024038 (1966).

Baby Girl Stolen1

F, d. 26 March 1959
Death*26 Mar 1959 Chippewa Co., Minnesota1 

Citations

  1. [S5] State of Minnesota / Ancestry, ancestry.com, Minnesota Death Record Index, State File # 002650 (1959).

Chadwick Abraham Stolen1

M, b. 12 December 1991, d. 30 January 1992
Birth*12 Dec 1991 Hennepin Co., Minnesota1 
Death*30 Jan 1992 Hennepin Co., Minnesota2 

Citations

  1. [S6] State of Minnesota Department of Public Health, www.ancestry.com, Minnesota Birth Record Index 1935-2002).
  2. [S5] State of Minnesota / Ancestry, ancestry.com, Minnesota Death Record Index, State File # 001235.

Clarence Stolen1

M, b. 22 June 1909, d. 16 May 1990
FatherElias Johannesen Stölen1 b. 27 Jul 1868, d. 25 Jan 1968
MotherElla Ellen Berendtsdatter Hagen1 b. 15 Oct 1884
Birth*22 Jun 1909 1 
Death*16 May 1990 Chippewa Co., Minnesota1 

Citations

  1. [S5] State of Minnesota / Ancestry, ancestry.com, Minnesota Death Record Index, State File # 011705 (1990).

Eli John Stolen1

M, b. 5 July 1935, d. 5 July 1935
FatherRudolph Milton Stolen1 b. 29 Sep 1904, d. 13 Oct 1960
MotherHedwig Maria Strehlow1 b. 25 Nov 1902, d. 5 Dec 1961
Death*5 Jul 1935 Polk Co., Minnesota2 
Birth*5 Jul 1935 Polk Co., Minnesota1 

Citations

  1. [S6] State of Minnesota Department of Public Health, www.ancestry.com, Minnesota Birth Record Index 1935-2002).
  2. [S5] State of Minnesota / Ancestry, ancestry.com, Minnesota Death Record Index, State File # 012393 (1935).

Elmer George Stolen

M, b. 7 February 1911, d. 10 December 1986
FatherElias Johannesen Stölen b. 27 Jul 1868, d. 25 Jan 1968
MotherElla Ellen Berendtsdatter Hagen b. 15 Oct 1884
ChartsPedigree for Elmer George Stolen
Birth*7 Feb 1911 Boyd, Lac Que Parle, Minnesota, USA 
Marriage*2 Apr 1935 Fosston, Polk Co., Minnesota, USA; Bride=Nina Carlotta Hoialmen 
Death*10 Dec 1986 Fosston, Polk Co., Minnesota, USA1 
Burial*c 1987 Fosston, Polk Co., Minnesota, USA 

Family

Nina Carlotta Hoialmen b. 16 Jun 1908, d. 3 Oct 1997

Citations

  1. [S5] State of Minnesota / Ancestry, ancestry.com, Minnesota Death Record Index, Death Index entry for Elmer Stolen, Polk Co., MN, Certificate #1986-MN-035039.

Joel Bertram Stolen1

M, b. 9 January 1906, d. 16 September 1979
FatherElias Johannesen Stölen1 b. 27 Jul 1868, d. 25 Jan 1968
MotherElla Ellen Berendtsdatter Hagen1 b. 15 Oct 1884
Birth*9 Jan 1906 Lac Que Parle Co., Minnesota1,2 
Death*16 Sep 1979 Lac Qui Parle Co., Minnesota1 

Citations

  1. [S5] State of Minnesota / Ancestry, ancestry.com, Minnesota Death Record Index, State File # 021774 (1979).
  2. [S7] Minnesota Historical Society, www.mnhs.org, Minnesota Birth Record Index 1900-1934(, Certificate #1906-12297.

Keifer Chadwick Stolen1

M, b. 16 October 1990, d. 16 October 1990
Death*16 Oct 1990 Hennepin Co., Minnesota1 
Birth*16 Oct 1990 1 

Citations

  1. [S5] State of Minnesota / Ancestry, ancestry.com, Minnesota Death Record Index, State File # 026264 (1990).

Roger Melton Stolen1

M, b. 1 March 1936, d. 2 March 1936
FatherRudolph Milton Stolen1 b. 29 Sep 1904, d. 13 Oct 1960
MotherHedwig Maria Strehlow1 b. 25 Nov 1902, d. 5 Dec 1961
Birth*1 Mar 1936 Polk Co., Minnesota1 
Death*2 Mar 1936 Polk Co., Minnesota; Child born 1 Mar 1936 in Polk Co., identified as "Baby Boy Stolen", child died 2 Mar 1936, identified as "Roger Melton Stolen." I have assumed they are one and the same. 

Citations

  1. [S6] State of Minnesota Department of Public Health, www.ancestry.com, Minnesota Birth Record Index 1935-2002).

Rudolph Milton Stolen

M, b. 29 September 1904, d. 13 October 1960
FatherElias Johannesen Stölen b. 27 Jul 1868, d. 25 Jan 1968
MotherElla Ellen Berendtsdatter Hagen b. 15 Oct 1884
Marriage* Principal=Hedwig Maria Strehlow 
Birth*29 Sep 1904 Lac Que Parle Co., Minnesota1,2 
Death*13 Oct 1960 Rice Co., Minnesota1 

Family

Hedwig Maria Strehlow b. 25 Nov 1902, d. 5 Dec 1961
Children

Citations

  1. [S5] State of Minnesota / Ancestry, ancestry.com, Minnesota Death Record Index, State File # 015908 (1960).
  2. [S7] Minnesota Historical Society, www.mnhs.org, Minnesota Birth Record Index 1900-1934(, Certificate #1904-12495.
  3. [S6] State of Minnesota Department of Public Health, www.ancestry.com, Minnesota Birth Record Index 1935-2002).

Gertrude L. (?) Stone1,2

F, b. March 1886
FatherNathan P. Stone1 b. Jan 1837, d. 30 Oct 1926
MotherAda L. Powell1 b. Sep 1851, d. 29 Sep 1928
Birth*Mar 1886 Minnesota1 
Residence*1900 621 Broadway N, Crookston, Polk Co., Minnesota; Age 14, born March 1886 in Minnesota. Attending school.1 
Residence1910 621 Broadway, Crookston, Polk Co., Minnesota; Age 30, born in Minneosta, single. Offic Bookkeeper.2 

Citations

  1. [S12] 1900 US Census, ancestry.com, Crookston, Polk Co., Minnesota; ED 208, Image 25.
  2. [S14] 1910 US Census, n.pub., Crookston, Polk Co., Minnesota; ED 192, Image 3.

Ida P. (?) Stone1,2

F, b. January 1880
FatherNathan P. Stone1 b. Jan 1837, d. 30 Oct 1926
MotherAda L. Powell1 b. Sep 1851, d. 29 Sep 1928
Residence1880 Andover, Polk Co., Minnesota; Age 5 months, born in Minnesota2 
Birth*Jan 1880 Minnesota1 
Residence*1900 621 Broadway N, Crookston, Polk Co., Minnesota; Age 20, born in Minnesota, School Teacher.1 

Citations

  1. [S12] 1900 US Census, ancestry.com, Crookston, Polk Co., Minnesota; ED 208, Image 25.
  2. [S15] 1880 US Census, ancestry.com, Andover, Polk Co., Minnesota; ED 203, Image 6.

Lucia M. (?) Stone1

F, b. June 1890
FatherNathan P. Stone1 b. Jan 1837, d. 30 Oct 1926
MotherAda L. Powell1 b. Sep 1851, d. 29 Sep 1928
Birth*Jun 1890 Minnesota1 
Residence*1900 621 Broadway N, Crookston, Polk Co., Minnesota; Age 9, bon in Minnesota in June 1890. Attending school.1 
Residence1910 621 Broadway, Crookston, Polk Co., Minnesota; Age 19, born in Minnesota.2 

Citations

  1. [S12] 1900 US Census, ancestry.com, Crookston, Polk Co., Minnesota; ED 208, Image 25.
  2. [S14] 1910 US Census, n.pub., Crookston, Polk Co., Minnesota; ED 192, Image 3.

William M. (?) Stone1,2

M, b. August 1875
FatherNathan P. Stone1 b. Jan 1837, d. 30 Oct 1926
MotherAda L. Powell1 b. Sep 1851, d. 29 Sep 1928
Birth*Aug 1875 Wisconsin1 
Residence1880 Andover, Polk Co., Minnesota; Age 3, born in Wisconsin.3 
Residence1880 Andover, Polk Co., Minnesota; Age 5, born in Wisconsin.3 
Residence*1900 621 Broadway N, Crookston, Polk Co., Minnesota; Age 24, single, born in Wisconsin. Machinist. Born Aug 18751 
Residence1910 621 Broadway, Crookston, Polk Co., Minnesota; Age 34, born in Wisconsin, Machine Salesman, single.2 

Citations

  1. [S12] 1900 US Census, ancestry.com, Crookston, Polk Co., Minnesota; ED 208, Image 25.
  2. [S14] 1910 US Census, n.pub., Crookston, Polk Co., Minnesota; ED 192, Image 3.
  3. [S15] 1880 US Census, ancestry.com, Andover, Polk Co., Minnesota; ED 203, Image 6.

Nathan P. Stone1

M, b. January 1837, d. 30 October 1926
Birth*Jan 1837 Massachusetts1,2 
Marriage*c 1874 Principal=Ada L. Powell1 
Residence1880 Andover, Polk Co., Minnesota; Age 42, born in Massachusetts. Agricultural dealer.

Enumerated with Ada L. 27, William 5, Walter 3, and Ida P. 5 months.3 
Residence1900 621 Broadway N, Crookston, Polk Co., Minnesota; Age 63, born Jan 1837 in Massachusetts. Both parents born in Massachusetts. Married 26 years. Machinery dealer.

Enumerated with Ada 48, William 24, Walter 22, Ida 20, Gertrude 14, and Lucia 9.2 
Residence1910 621 Broadway, Crookston, Polk Co., Minnesota; Age 72, born in Massachusetts, Implement Dealer. Married 36 years.

Enumerated with Ada L. 58, William M. 34, Walter P. 32, Gertrude L. 30, and Lucia M. 194 
Residence*1920 621 Broadway N, Crookston, Polk Co., Minnesota; Age 81, born in Massachusetts, Proprietor of Agriculutural Implements

Enumerated with Ada L. 68 and Walter 42.1 
Death*30 Oct 1926 Polk Co., Minnesota5 

Family

Ada L. Powell b. Sep 1851, d. 29 Sep 1928
Marriage*c 1874 Principal=Ada L. Powell1 
Children

Citations

  1. [S11] 1920 US Census, ancestry.com, Crookston,Polk Co., Minnesota; ED 191, Image 6.
  2. [S12] 1900 US Census, ancestry.com, Crookston, Polk Co., Minnesota; ED 208, Image 25.
  3. [S15] 1880 US Census, ancestry.com, Andover, Polk Co., Minnesota; ED 203, Image 6.
  4. [S14] 1910 US Census, n.pub., Crookston, Polk Co., Minnesota; ED 192, Image 3.
  5. [S5] State of Minnesota / Ancestry, ancestry.com, Minnesota Death Record Index, Nathan P. Stone, died 30 October 1926 in Polk Co., Minnesota; Certificate ID: 1926-MN-011834.

Walter P. Stone1,2

M, b. June 1877
FatherNathan P. Stone1 b. Jan 1837, d. 30 Oct 1926
MotherAda L. Powell1 b. Sep 1851, d. 29 Sep 1928
Birth*Jun 1877 Wisconsin1,3 
Residence1900 621 Broadway N, Crookston, Polk Co., Minnesota; Age 22, born June 1877 in Wisconsin. Machinist.3 
Residence1910 621 Broadway, Crookston, Polk Co., Minnesota; Ae 32, born in Wisconsin. Machinehouse Bookkeeper2 
Residence*1920 621 Broadway N, Crookston, Polk Co., Minnesota; Age 42, single, born inWisconsin. Assistant Agricultural Implements1 

Citations

  1. [S11] 1920 US Census, ancestry.com, Crookston,Polk Co., Minnesota; ED 191, Image 6.
  2. [S14] 1910 US Census, n.pub., Crookston, Polk Co., Minnesota; ED 192, Image 3.
  3. [S12] 1900 US Census, ancestry.com, Crookston, Polk Co., Minnesota; ED 208, Image 25.

Mons Stormark

M
Death*  
Birth* Feie 
Marriage*1917 Bride=Gusta Regine Gjertdatter? 

Family

Gusta Regine Gjertdatter? b. 1891

Hedwig Maria Strehlow

F, b. 25 November 1902, d. 5 December 1961
Marriage* Principal=Rudolph Milton Stolen 
Birth*25 Nov 1902 Hedwig's mother's maiden name was Schwager1 
Death*5 Dec 1961 Hennepin Co., Minnesota1 

Family

Rudolph Milton Stolen b. 29 Sep 1904, d. 13 Oct 1960
Children

Citations

  1. [S5] State of Minnesota / Ancestry, ancestry.com, Minnesota Death Record Index, State File # 027114 (1961).
  2. [S6] State of Minnesota Department of Public Health, www.ancestry.com, Minnesota Birth Record Index 1935-2002).

Lucille E. Sullivan1

F, b. 10 April 1882
FatherWilliam Sullivan
MotherRuth A. White1 b. 22 Apr 1861, d. 27 Sep 1949
ChartsDescendants of Charles S. White
Birth*10 Apr 1882 Minnesota; Parents are William, resident of Town of Fisher, born in Ireland. Saloonkeeper and Ruth Sullivan, born in Wisconsin.1,2 
Residence1885 Fanny Township, Polk Co., Minnesota; Age 3, born in Minnesota3 
Residence1895 Warren, Marshall Co., Minnesota; Age 13, born in Minnesota.4 
Residence*1900 First St., Warren, Marshall Co., Minnesota; Age 18, single, born in Minnesota. Both parents born in Wisconsin.1 
Residence1905 Age 23, born in Wisconsin.5 
Marriage*c 1906 Principal=George Johnson6,7 
Residence1910 Johnson Ave, Warrenton, Marshall Co., Minnesota; Age 28, married 4 years, mother of 2 children, both living. Born in Minnesota, Father born in NY, mother born in Minnesota.7 
Residence1920 Bridge St, Thief River Falls, Pennington Co., Minnesota; Age 36, widow. Born in Minnesota, father born in US, mother born in Wisconsin.

Enumerated with Maxine 12, George W. 10, Hellen L. 3 years-6 months, and cousin, Kenneth Wattam, 20.6 
Residence1930 406 7th Ave, Fargo, Cass Co., North Dakota; Age 42, widow, born in Minnesota. Father and mother born in Wisconsin. Rents for $55/mo. No occupation.

Enumerated with Maxine E. 22, George W. 20, Helen L. 13 and with lodger, Clayron Snyder, 20.8 
Residence1949 Long Beach, Los Angeles Co., California9 

Family

George Johnson b. c 1877, d. b 1920
Marriage*c 1906 Principal=George Johnson6,7 

Citations

  1. [S12] 1900 US Census, ancestry.com, Warren, Marshall Co., Minnesota; ED 114, Sheet 2A.
  2. [S115] Birth Records, Polk Co., Minnesota, Book A, Page 74, Line 8; Reigstered on 17 April 1882.
  3. [S18] 1885 Minnesota State Census, ancestry.com, Fanny, Polk Co. Minnesota, page 2 (post office = Crookston).
  4. [S19] 1895 Minnesota State Census, ancestry.com, Warren, Marshall Co., Minnesota.
  5. [S20] 1905 Minnesota State Census, ancestry.com, Warren, Marshall Co., Minnesota, ED37, Sheet 2.
  6. [S11] 1920 US Census, ancestry.com, Thief River Falls, Pennington Co., Minnesota; ED 57, Sheet 1A.
  7. [S14] 1910 US Census, n.pub., Warrenton, Marshall Co., Minnesota; ED 96, Sheet 1B.
  8. [S13] 1930 US Census, ancestry.com, Fargo, Cass Co., North Dakota; ED 27, Sheet 8A.
  9. [S91] Obituary: Mrs. Ruth Shaw, Warren Sheaf (Warren, Marhsall Co. Minnesota): 5 October 1949.

William Sullivan1,2

M
Birth Ireland2 
Birth* New York3 
Marriage* Principal=Ruth A. White1 
Residence*1882 Fisher, Polk Co., Minnesota; Saloon Keeper2 

Family

Ruth A. White b. 22 Apr 1861, d. 27 Sep 1949
Child

Citations

  1. [S18] 1885 Minnesota State Census, ancestry.com, Fanny, Polk Co. Minnesota, page 2 (post office = Crookston).
  2. [S115] Birth Records, Polk Co., Minnesota, Book A, Page 74, Line 8; Reigstered on 17 April 1882 (birth of daughter, Lucille).
  3. [S14] 1910 US Census, n.pub., Warrenton, Marshall Co., Minnesota; ED 96, Sheet 1B.

Elvina Tappen

F, b. 21 June 1919, d. 31 March 2006
Marriage* Principal=Howard O. Geving 
Birth*21 Jun 1919 Blair, Trempealeau Co., Wisconsin 
Death*31 Mar 2006 Ashland, Ashland Co., Wisconsin 

Family

Howard O. Geving b. 13 Jun 1918, d. 7 Nov 2009

(?) Taylor1

M
Marriage* Principal=Ora (?)1 

Family

Ora (?) b. 4 Nov 1798, d. 21 Jun 1884
Children

Citations

  1. [S62] Augustus B. Easton, editor, History of the Saint Croix Valley (Chicago, Illinois: H.C. Cooper, Jr., 2 volumes, 1909). Hereinafter cited as History of the St. Croix Valley.
  2. [S62] Augustus B. Easton, editor, History of the Saint Croix Valley (Chicago, Illinois: H.C. Cooper, Jr., 2 volumes, 1909), Oliver S. Powell (and Nichols family). Hereinafter cited as History of the St. Croix Valley.

Horace A. Taylor1

M, b. circa 1838
Father(?) Taylor2
MotherOra (?)2 b. 4 Nov 1798, d. 21 Jun 1884
Birth*c 1838 Wisconsin1 
Residence*1850 River Falls, Pierce Co., Wisconsin; Age 22, born in New York. Editor of Times.1 

Citations

  1. [S40] 1850 US Census, ancestry.com, River Falls, Pierce Co., Wisconsin.
  2. [S62] Augustus B. Easton, editor, History of the Saint Croix Valley (Chicago, Illinois: H.C. Cooper, Jr., 2 volumes, 1909), Oliver S. Powell (and Nichols family). Hereinafter cited as History of the St. Croix Valley.

Lucinda E. Taylor1,2,3

F, b. 4 April 1823, d. 18 August 1910
Father(?) Taylor
MotherOra (?)4 b. 4 Nov 1798, d. 21 Jun 1884
Birth*4 Apr 1823 New York; Grave marker gives her birth date as 4 April 18231,5 
Marriage* Principal=Lyman N. Powell1 
Residence1850 Madrid, St. Lawrence Co., New York; Age 27, born in New York6 
Residence1860 River Falls, Pierce Co., Wisconsin; Age 37, born in New York2 
Residence*1870 River Falls, Pierce Co., Wisconsin; Age 47, keeping house, born in New York.1 
Death*18 Aug 1910 Grave marker inscription gives date of death as 18 Aug 19103 
Burial*20 Aug 1910 Greenwood Cemetery, River Falls, Saint Croix Co., Wisconsin3 

Family

Lyman N. Powell b. 20 Mar 1822, d. 9 Nov 1872
Marriage* Principal=Lyman N. Powell1 
Children

Citations

  1. [S16] 1870 US Census, ancestry.com, River Falls, Pierce Co., Wisconsin, Page 22.
  2. [S17] 1860 US Census, ancestry.com, River Falls, Pierce Co., Wisconsin, Page 70.
  3. [S66] Cemetery Visited by Dixie Hansen , Greenwood Cemetery, River Falls, Saint Croix Co., Wisconsin (grave marker for Lyman N. and Lucinda E. Powell).
  4. [S62] Augustus B. Easton, editor, History of the Saint Croix Valley (Chicago, Illinois: H.C. Cooper, Jr., 2 volumes, 1909), Oliver S. Powell (and Nichols family). Hereinafter cited as History of the St. Croix Valley.
  5. [S66] Cemetery Visited by Dixie Hansen , Greenwood Cemetery, River Falls, Saint Croix Co., Wisconsin.
  6. [S40] 1850 US Census, ancestry.com, Madrid, Saint Lawrence Co., New York. Page 292.

Lute Taylor1

M, b. circa 1836
Father(?) Taylor1
MotherOra (?)1 b. 4 Nov 1798, d. 21 Jun 1884
Birth*c 1836 New York2 
Residence*1860 River Falls, Pierce Co., Wisconsin; Age 24, born in New York. Editor of Journal.2 

Citations

  1. [S62] Augustus B. Easton, editor, History of the Saint Croix Valley (Chicago, Illinois: H.C. Cooper, Jr., 2 volumes, 1909), Oliver S. Powell (and Nichols family). Hereinafter cited as History of the St. Croix Valley.
  2. [S40] 1850 US Census, ancestry.com, River Falls, Pierce Co., Wisconsin.

Maria Thomasdatter Lien

F, b. 1868
FatherThomas Martinus Olson Hagen b. 1837, d. 1917
MotherGjertine Monsdatter b. 1840, d. 1916
Death*  
Marriage* Groom=Gjert Johannesen Oddekalv 
Birth*1868 Lien in Solund 

Family

Gjert Johannesen Oddekalv b. 1855
Children

Lauritz Thommassen Vaulen

M, b. 1880, d. 1954
Birth*1880  
Marriage*1908 Bride=Mathilde Lovise Johannesdatter Stölen 
Death*1954 Kråkevåg, Norway 

Family

Mathilde Lovise Johannesdatter Stölen b. 1880, d. 1949

Bernt Tungodden

M, b. 1870, d. 1943
Birth*1870  
Marriage*1896 Bride=Nille Johannesen Enstad 
Death*1943 Enstad So, Norway 

Family

Nille Johannesen Enstad b. 1873, d. 1903

Sigurd G. Tveit

M
Marriage* Bride=Martha Bergitte Eliasdatter? 
Death*  

Family

Martha Bergitte Eliasdatter? b. 1891, d. 1974
Children

William Adelbert Wallace1,2

M, b. 25 August 1833, d. 31 October 1920
Biography* William Wallace was born on August 25, 1833, in Rome, New York. He came to Wisconsin as a young man and enlisted in the 23rd Wisconsin Infantry and participated in many battles of the Civil War including that of the Wilderness. He settled at Rice Lake, Minnesota, where he married Mary Naylor Hunter on November 25,1886. In 1879 they came to Warren and homesteaded the SE 1/4 of Section 26, Warrenton Township, which is one mile north of Warren. He was a charter member of the Masonic Lodge and one of the men who started the Methodist Church. Mr. Wallace died on October 31 , 1920, and his wife died on December 17, 1920. There were no children.2 
Birth*25 Aug 1833 Rome, New York1,2 
Birthc 1834 New Hampshire3 
Marriage*25 Nov 1866 Rice Lake, Minnesota; Principal=Mary Naylor1,2 
Residence1870 Claremont, Dodge Co., Minnesota; Age 37, Farmer, born in New Hampshire. Farmer. Real Estate valued at $200, and personal property at $440.

Enumerated with Mary 30 and with Willie Hunter, age 10.3 
Residence1880 Age 44, Farmer, born in England.

Enumerated with Mary 40, John E. Hunter (step-son) 22, Willie W. Hunter (stepson) age 22, James Nailer (nephew, age 21)4 
Residence*1900 Warren, Marshall Co., Minnesota; Age 66, married 34 years. Born in New York. Both parents born in Vermont.

Enumerated with Mary 59.1 
Residence1910 Warrenton, Marshall Co., Minnesota; Age 77, married 42 years, born in New York. Both parents born in Vermont.

Enumerated with Mary 70.5 
Residence1920 Warren, Marshall Co., Minnesota; Age 87, born in New York.

Enumerated with Mary 77.6 
Death*31 Oct 1920 7,2 

Family

Mary Naylor b. Nov 1840, d. 16 Dec 1921
Marriage*25 Nov 1866 Rice Lake, Minnesota; Principal=Mary Naylor1,2 

Citations

  1. [S12] 1900 US Census, ancestry.com, Warren, Marshall Co., Minnesota; ED 114, Sheet 8A.
  2. [S124] Lloyd Geo. Melgard, Warren Plains to Plenty - A Story of 100 Eventful Years 1880-1980 (n.p.: n.pub., 1980), Page 205.
  3. [S16] 1870 US Census, ancestry.com, Claremont, Dodge Co., Minnesota; Page 4.
  4. [S15] 1880 US Census, ancestry.com, Marshall Co., Minnesota; ED 213, Page 3.
  5. [S14] 1910 US Census, n.pub., Warrenton, Marshall Co., Minnesota; ED 96, Sheet 2B.
  6. [S11] 1920 US Census, ancestry.com, Warren, Marshall Co., Minnesota; ED 82, Sheet 6A.
  7. [S35] John Dalby, Minnesota Cemetery Inscription Index, ancestry.com), Mary Wallace, 16 Dec 1921.

Charles C. Wattam1

M, b. 3 November 1888
FatherGeorge Samuel Wattam1 b. 10 Jul 1856, d. 17 Mar 1934
MotherEmily L. White1 b. 22 Oct 1863, d. 28 Apr 1902
ChartsDescendants of Charles S. White
Marriage* Principal=Odessa (?)2 
Birth*3 Nov 1888 Warren, Marshall Co., Minnesota3,4 
Residence*1900 133 3rd St, Warren, Marshall Co., Minnesota; Age 11, at school3 
Residence1910 819 5th St, Bismarck, Burleigh Co., North Dakota; Age 21, single. Born in Minnesota. Father born in Canada, mother born in Wisconsin. Boarder in Wesley L. Smith home (Smith is an attorney). Charles is a stenographer - clerk of Supreme Court.5 
WWI Draft*5 Jun 1917 612 5th St, Bismarck, Burleigh Co., North Dakota; Age 28, born on Nov 3, 1888 in Warren, Minnesota.

Court Reporter for the 6th judicial district / honorable N.L. Nuessle, Judge.

Married and has a wife and child. Served 3 years in the State Militia and had a rank of corporal.

Medium height, medium build, grey eyes, brown hair.4 
Residence1920 612 Bellinger, Bismacrk, Burleigh Co., North Dakota; Age 30, born in Minnesota, both parents born in French Canada. Dic Court Reporter.

Enumerated with Odessa 28, Evilin 3, and Charles Jr. 9 months.2 
Residence1934 Fargo, Cass Co., North Dakota6 

Family

Odessa (?) b. c 1892
Marriage* Principal=Odessa (?)2 

Citations

  1. [S49] Obituary: Emma Wattam, Warren Sheaf (Warren, Marhsall Co. Minnesota): 1 May 1902.
  2. [S11] 1920 US Census, ancestry.com, Bismark, Burleigh Co., North Dakota; ED 60, Sheet 11A.
  3. [S12] 1900 US Census, ancestry.com, Warren, Marshall Co., Minnesota; ED 114, Sheet 8B.
  4. [S10] WWI Draft Regsitration Cards, ancestry.com, Charles C. Wattam, A-33-1-8.
  5. [S14] 1910 US Census, n.pub., Bismarck, Burleigh Co., North Dakota; ED 32, Sheet 12A.
  6. [S50] Obituary: George S. Wattam, Warren Sheaf (Warren, Marhsall Co. Minnesota): 21 March 1934.

George Samuel Wattam1

M, b. 10 July 1856, d. 17 March 1934
Birth*10 Jul 1856 Prince Edward Co., Ontario, Canada2 
Residence1885 Warren, Marshall Co., Virginia; Age 28, born in Canada. Enumerated with the F.W. and J.E. Green family.3 
Marriage*21 Dec 1887 Polk Co., Minnesota; Application 17 Dec 1887, License 21 Dec 1887; Principal=Emily L. White1,4 
Residence*1900 133 3rd St, Warren, Marshall Co., Minnesota; Age 43, born July 1856 in Canada. Married 12 years. Immigrated 1884, naturalized. Physician.

Enumerated with Emily L. 36, Charcles C. 11, William E. 9, Henry E. 7, and Kenneth 10 months.5 
Residence1910 2nd Street, Warrenton, Marshall Co., Minnesota; Age 53, widower, doctor.

Enumerated with Kenneth 10, Rose Shaw (sister-in-law) 48, Anna Shaw 19, Rhechardo White (widowed mother) 72, and Harry Wattam 16.6 
Death*17 Mar 1934 Warren, Marshall Co., Minnesota; Obituary published in the Warren Sheaf (Marshall Co., Minnesota) on 21 March 1934

Dr. G.S. Wattam, Pioneer Watten Physician, Dies

Noted Medical Man and Civic Leader Completes Useful Life in Warren Saturday

FUNERAL SERVICES HELD HERE MONDAY

Schools Close, Business Suspends In Respect to Pioneer Who Came To City in 1884.

Dr. George S. Wattam, 77, pioneer Warren physician and civic-leader and known throughout Minnesota for the part he has played in the improvement of public health, passed away quietly at his home in this city Saturday morning at three o'clock. The good doctor had not enjoyed robust health during the past few years and about two months ago was confined to his bed, where daily he grew weaker and weaker.

The story of the venerable doctor and civic leader's life is almost a complete history of Warren and Marshall county. Coming, as he did, to Warren in 1884 as a young physician he had heeded the call of the country doctor for nearly 50 years, administering to the sick whether rich or poor to bring health and happiness to the people.

Dr. George Samuel Wattam was born in Prince Edward county near Picton, Ontario, on July 10, 2856. He received his early eduation in he schools at Belleville, Ontario and graduated from the Medical college of the University of Ontario in 1884.

Following his graduation in May, 1884, the doctor heeded the call of the west and made a trip to Texas, but finding the climate not to his liking he came north, arriving in Warren on Aug 21, 1884 and immediately engaged in the practice of his profession which he continued until about two years ago when old age made it necessary for him to retire from active work.

On December 21, 1887, Dr. Wattam was married to Miss Emily L. White of Angus, his wife passing away in this city on April 28, 1902. Four sons were born to this couple, namely, Charles C. and William E. of Fargo, Harry E. and Kenneth of Flint, Michigan. These boys together with a sister, Mrs. Emily Coon of Petersborough, Ontairo and Dr. Wattam's sister-in-law, Mrs. Ruth Shaw, who has kept the doctor's home since the passing of Mrs. Wattam, survive him.

Early in his practice of medicine, Dr. Wattam acquired an insight into the inroads which that ravaging disease, tuberculosis, was making in the mortality of our people and commenced an intensive study of ways and means for the prevention and cure of the disease. On May 3, 1901, the local doctor with Dr. H. Longstreet Taylor of St. Paul, and Dr. James C. Camp of Brainerd were appointed by Governor H.H. Van Sant to investiage the advisability of establishing and locating a sanatorium for consumptives. As a result of this investigation and the persistance of the late Andrew Grindeland, then senator from this district, the legislature in 1903 passed an act providing for the establishment of the first sanitorium at Walker. Governor VanSant then appointed the local doctor as a member of the Walker Sanatorium commission for a four year term and was reappointed to the same posisition for a five year term in 1907 by Governor John A. Johnson.

Dr. Wattam has taken an active interest in the state of affairs and district medical associations. He served many years in the council of the state medical society, a term as president of the Northern Medical society and as president of the Minnesota Sanitary conference in 1923. He has also been a director of the Minnesota Public Health association, vice-president of the Minnesota Medical association and president of the Red River Valley Medical society.

The pioneer physician also served on the executive board of the Warren Hospital association and on his retirement was elected as an honorary advisor. His work is largely responsible for the construction of the local hospital.

Civically in his home community, Dr. Wattam was without a peer, being very active in the early day county seat fights, did much to designate the Great Eastern highway, worked on the board of trade in 1896 and has always been an active an energetic member of the Warren Commerical Club. He also served 18 years on the Warren board of eductation, and was a past master of the Warren Lodge No. 150 A.F. & A.M.

Out of respect to the passing of the loved physician, Warren's public schools were closed during the entire afternoon and business suspended during the funeral hour through proclamation of Mayor F.C. Larson, Monday afternoon when an impressive funeral was held at the Strand in charge of the Warren masonic Lodge.

W.N. Powell [transcriber's note - this is Winthrop N. Powell], past master of the local lodge, delivered the impressive Masonic funeral sermon whil scripture reading and prayer were offered by Rev. E.R. Ingram, pastor of the First M.E. church and Rev. David Samson, former local Presbyterian pastor, now of Gilby, N.D. Judge Bernard R. Brett spoke inspiringly of Dr. Wattam's civic work while Dr. E.A. Myerding, St. Paul, secretary of the Minnesota Medical Society and Dr. W.E. Barnap, Fergus Falls, district council member of the state society, spoke of his influence and work as a member of the medical profession. Musical numbers were given by the Masonic Male Octette and Miss Signe Carlson.

Members of the Red River valley Medical society and members of the staff of the Warren Hospital in uniform attended the services in a [?] as did members of the Masonic and Easter[N] Star lodges of this city.

Members of the medical profession from out of the city attending the services included Dr. E.N. Myerding, St. Paul. W.F. Burnap and A.C. Baker, Fergus Falls, O.F. Melby and R.C. Bernard, Thief River Falls, M.O. Oppegard, H. Holte, H.F. Nelsen, H. Hodgsen, G. A. Motley and Arthur Kahler of Crookston. Out of town relatives who attended were C.C. Wattam, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. E. Wattam, Mrs. Luella Johnson, Mrs. [?]. N. Powell of Fargo, and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Gullingsrud of Crookston.

Honorary pall bearers were A.M. Nilsestuen, W. F. Powell, L. Lambersen, W.N. Knapp, N.N. Harris, C.R. Snyder and W.N. Powell of this city and F.A. Green and John F. Hunter of Stephen. Active pallbearers were F.C. Whitensen, J.N. Odman, J.W. Campton, Dr. F.C. Bakke, F.N. Mattson, and O.M. Mattson. Interment was made at Greenwood cemetery2,7 
Burial*19 Mar 1934 Greenwood Cemetery, Warren, Marshall Co., Minnesota; Dr. G.S. Wattam
July 10 1856
Mar 17 19342,8 

Family

Emily L. White b. 22 Oct 1863, d. 28 Apr 1902
Marriage*21 Dec 1887 Polk Co., Minnesota; Application 17 Dec 1887, License 21 Dec 1887; Principal=Emily L. White1,4 
Children

Citations

  1. [S49] Obituary: Emma Wattam, Warren Sheaf (Warren, Marhsall Co. Minnesota): 1 May 1902.
  2. [S50] Obituary: George S. Wattam, Warren Sheaf (Warren, Marhsall Co. Minnesota): 21 March 1934.
  3. [S18] 1885 Minnesota State Census, ancestry.com, Warren, Marshall Co., Minnesota.
  4. [S114] Marriage Records, Polk Co., Minnesota, Index Vol 1, Page 419; Book C275.
  5. [S12] 1900 US Census, ancestry.com, Warren, Marshall Co., Minnesota; ED 114, Sheet 8B.
  6. [S14] 1910 US Census, n.pub., Warrenton Township, Marshall Co., Minnesota; ED 96.
  7. [S5] State of Minnesota / Ancestry, ancestry.com, Minnesota Death Record Index, George S. Wattam, Cert ID# 1934-MN-008211.
  8. [S120] Greenwood Cemetery Markers, Warren, Minnesota; photographed by Dixie Hansen, 21 June 2008, Dr. G.S. Wattam.

Harry E. Wattam1,2

M, b. 15 June 1892, d. 30 December 1965
FatherGeorge Samuel Wattam1 b. 10 Jul 1856, d. 17 Mar 1934
MotherEmily L. White1 b. 22 Oct 1863, d. 28 Apr 1902
ChartsDescendants of Charles S. White
Birth*15 Jun 1892 Warren, Marshall Co., Minnesota3,2,4 
Residence*1900 133 3rd St, Warren, Marshall Co., Minnesota; Age 7, at school3 
Residence1910 2nd Street, Warrenton, Marshall Co., Minnesota; Age 16 born in Minnesota. Father born in Canada/English and mother born in Wisconsin. Laborer on general farm.5 
Residence27 May 1918 Saint Paul, Ramsey Co., Minnesota; WWI draft registration was completed by Harry's father a year late, who explained: "My son was sick and incapacitate for registration on June 5th 1917.

Occupation: Travelling salesman & Collector for Magemo Bank Co. Last employed by Leslie Judge in Minnesota, North, and South Dakota. Was married but believe divorced. Was a private in the 18th infantry reserve batalion in Canada, since 1917. Claims exemption because he is currently in military service in a Manitoba regiment.

Medium height, slender build, blue gray eyes, reddish brown hair.2 
Residence1930 Flint, Genesee Co., Michigan6 
Death*30 Dec 1965 4 
Burial* Greenwood Cemetery, Warren, Marshall Co., Minnesota; Harry E. Wattam
June 14, 1892
Dec 30, 19654 

Citations

  1. [S49] Obituary: Emma Wattam, Warren Sheaf (Warren, Marhsall Co. Minnesota): 1 May 1902.
  2. [S10] WWI Draft Regsitration Cards, ancestry.com, Harry E. Wattam, 22-3-21.A.
  3. [S12] 1900 US Census, ancestry.com, Warren, Marshall Co., Minnesota; ED 114, Sheet 8B.
  4. [S120] Greenwood Cemetery Markers, Warren, Minnesota; photographed by Dixie Hansen, 21 June 2008, Harry E. Wattam.
  5. [S14] 1910 US Census, n.pub., Warrenton Township, Marshall Co., Minnesota; ED 96.
  6. [S50] Obituary: George S. Wattam, Warren Sheaf (Warren, Marhsall Co. Minnesota): 21 March 1934.

Kenneth Wattam1

M, b. July 1899
FatherGeorge Samuel Wattam1 b. 10 Jul 1856, d. 17 Mar 1934
MotherEmily L. White1 b. 22 Oct 1863, d. 28 Apr 1902
ChartsDescendants of Charles S. White
Birth*Jul 1899 Minnesota2 
Residence*1900 133 3rd St, Warren, Marshall Co., Minnesota; Age 10 months, born in Minnesota.2 
Residence1910 2nd Street, Warrenton, Marshall Co., Minnesota; Age 10, born in Minnesota. Father born in Canada/English and mother born in Wisconsin.3 
Residence1920 Bridge St, Thief River Falls, Pennington Co., Minnesota; 20, born in Minnesota, father born in Canada, mother born in Wisconsin. Stenographer for a fire insurance company.

Living with his cousin Lucille E. Johnson and her family.4 
Marriage*c 1928 Principal=Birdie (?)5 
Residence1930 1413 Garland, Flint, Genesee Co., Michigan; Age 30, married at age 28, born in Minnesota. Vacuum cleaner salesman.

Enumerated with Birdie 27 and Anita G. 4 months.6 
Residence1934 Flint, Genesee Co., Michigan7 
Residence1949 Bloomington, McLean Co., Illinois8 

Family

Birdie (?) b. c 1903
Marriage*c 1928 Principal=Birdie (?)5 

Citations

  1. [S49] Obituary: Emma Wattam, Warren Sheaf (Warren, Marhsall Co. Minnesota): 1 May 1902.
  2. [S12] 1900 US Census, ancestry.com, Warren, Marshall Co., Minnesota; ED 114, Sheet 8B.
  3. [S14] 1910 US Census, n.pub., Warrenton Township, Marshall Co., Minnesota; ED 96.
  4. [S11] 1920 US Census, ancestry.com, Thief River Falls, Pennington Co., Minnesota; ED 57, Sheet 1A.
  5. [S13] 1930 US Census, ancestry.com, Flint, Genesse Co., Michigan; ED 48, Sheet 18A.
  6. [S13] 1930 US Census, ancestry.com, Flint, Genesee Co., Michigan; ED 48, Sheet 18A.
  7. [S50] Obituary: George S. Wattam, Warren Sheaf (Warren, Marhsall Co. Minnesota): 21 March 1934.
  8. [S91] Obituary: Mrs. Ruth Shaw, Warren Sheaf (Warren, Marhsall Co. Minnesota): 5 October 1949.

William Ewart Wattam1,2

M, b. 13 June 1889, d. 25 February 1941
FatherGeorge Samuel Wattam1 b. 10 Jul 1856, d. 17 Mar 1934
MotherEmily L. White1 b. 22 Oct 1863, d. 28 Apr 1902
ChartsDescendants of Charles S. White
Birth*13 Jun 1889 Warren, Marshall Co., Minnesota3 
BirthJul 1890 Minnesota2 
Residence*1900 133 3rd St, Warren, Marshall Co., Minnesota; Age 9, at school2 
Residence1910 Age 20, born in Minnesota. Father born in Canada, mother born in Wisconsin. Stenographer. Name appears in supplemental cenus pages so it is not clear if he is living at home or not. He is identified as "son" so probably he was.4 
WWI Draft*5 Jun 1917 122 N 7th, Grand Forks, Grand Forks Co., North Dakota; Age 28, Residing 122 N 7th in Grand Forks, North Dakota. Born in Warren, Minnesota. Cashier for E.J. Lands Co. in Grand Forks. Single.

Description: short, stout, blue eyes, light hair.3 
Residence1934 Fargo, Cass Co., North Dakota5 
Death*25 Feb 1941 6 
Burial* Greenwood Cemetery, Warren, Marshall Co., Minnesota; William Ewart Wattam
North Dakota
Ctl. Sgt. Major U.S. Army
February 24, 19416 

Citations

  1. [S49] Obituary: Emma Wattam, Warren Sheaf (Warren, Marhsall Co. Minnesota): 1 May 1902.
  2. [S12] 1900 US Census, ancestry.com, Warren, Marshall Co., Minnesota; ED 114, Sheet 8B.
  3. [S10] WWI Draft Regsitration Cards, ancestry.com, William Ewart Wattam, A-33-1-18.
  4. [S14] 1910 US Census, n.pub., Warrenton Township, Marshall Co., Minnesota; ED 96, Sheet 17A.
  5. [S50] Obituary: George S. Wattam, Warren Sheaf (Warren, Marhsall Co. Minnesota): 21 March 1934.
  6. [S120] Greenwood Cemetery Markers, Warren, Minnesota; photographed by Dixie Hansen, 21 June 2008, William Ewart Wattam.

Elizabeth F. Weatherston1,2

F, b. December 1842
FatherHenry Weatherston3 b. c 1809
MotherAgnes (?)3 b. c 1809
Birth*Dec 1842 New York1,4 
Residence1850 Lisbon, Saint Lawrence Co., New York; Age 8, born in New York.5 
Residence1860 Lisbon, Saint Lawrence Co., New York; Age 17, Domestic. Born in New York.6 
Marriage*25 May 1866 Owatonna, Steele Co., Minnesota; This marriage is also listed in Rice Co., Minnesota in John Dalby's database of Rice County marriages (extracted from the marriage book for Rice Co. as well as by newsppapers). Could be that they were married in one county but published in the other.; Principal=James Hunter1,4,7,8 
Residence1870 Faribault, Rice Co., Minnesota; Age 27, born in New York.9 
Residence1875 Rice Co., Minnesota; Age31, born in New York.10 
Residence*1880 Faribault, Rice Co., Minnesota; Age 36, born in New York, both parents born in Scotland1 
Residence1885 Rice Co., Minnesota; Age 41, born in New York.11 
Residence1895 Rice Co., Minnesota; Age 50, born in New York.12 
Residence1900 Faribault, Rice Co., Minnesota; Age 57, born in New York in Dec 1842, married 30 years. No children. Both parents born in Scotland.4 
Residence1905 Rice Co., Minnesota; Age not given, born in Canada (sic)13 
Residence1910 623 3rd St, Faribault, Rice Co., Minnesota; Age 66, married 43 years, born in New York, both parents born in Scotland.14 
Residence1920 129 N Kenilworth Ave, Eagle Rock, Los Angeles Co., Calfornia; Age 76, widow, born in New York, both parents born in Scotland. Enumerated with her brother, Atkin Weatherston. age 68, a widower.2 

Family

James Hunter b. 7 May 1841
Marriage*25 May 1866 Owatonna, Steele Co., Minnesota; This marriage is also listed in Rice Co., Minnesota in John Dalby's database of Rice County marriages (extracted from the marriage book for Rice Co. as well as by newsppapers). Could be that they were married in one county but published in the other.; Principal=James Hunter1,4,7,8 

Citations

  1. [S15] 1880 US Census, ancestry.com, Faribault, Rice Co., Minnesota; ED 145, Image 9.
  2. [S11] 1920 US Census, ancestry.com, Eagle Rock, Los Angeles Co., California; ED 21, Image 5.
  3. [S40] 1850 US Census, ancestry.com, Lisbond, Saint Lawrence Co., New York; Image 32.
  4. [S12] 1900 US Census, ancestry.com, Faribault, Rice Co., Minnesota; ED 151, Image 31.
  5. [S40] 1850 US Census, ancestry.com, Lisbon, Saint Lawrence Co., New York; Image 32.
  6. [S17] 1860 US Census, ancestry.com, Lisbon, Saint Lawrence Co., New York; Imaage 27.
  7. [S131] Margaret Duncan Leslie Lindner, The Law Family of Wanlockhead, Scotland, and Northfield, Minnesota, 1812-1986 (n.p.: Budgate Press, 1986). Hereinafter cited as The Law Family of Wanlockhead, Scotland.
  8. [S31] State of Minnesota, Minnesota Marriage Collection 1849-1950, ancestry.com), James Hunter and Elizabeth Weatherston, Married 25 May 1866 in Owatonna, Steele Co., Minnesota.
  9. [S16] 1870 US Census, ancestry.com, Faribault, Rice Co., Minnesota; Image 40.
  10. [S34] 1875 Minnesota State Census, ancestry.com, Rice Co., Minnesota; Image 92.
  11. [S18] 1885 Minnesota State Census, ancestry.com, Rice Co., Minnesota; Image 96.
  12. [S19] 1895 Minnesota State Census, ancestry.com, Rice Co., Minnesota; Image 24.
  13. [S20] 1905 Minnesota State Census, ancestry.com, Rice Co., Minnesota; Image 462.
  14. [S14] 1910 US Census, n.pub., Faribault, Rice Co., Minnesota; ED 116, Image 2.

Henry Weatherston1

M, b. circa 1809
Marriage* Principal=Agnes (?)1 
Birth*c 1809 Scotland1 
Residence*1850 Lisbon, Saint Lawrence Co., New York; Age 41, born in Scotland, farmer.

Enumerated with Agness 41, Henry 11, Margaret 13, Adam 2,Betsey 8, Robert 5, Isabeela 3, Atkion 1 and with Benjamin F. Wilson 481 
Residence1860 Lisbon, Saint Lawrence Co., New York; Age 51, farmer, born in Scotland. Real estate valued at $4,500, personal estate at $1,700.

Enumerated with Agnes 51, Margaret 22, Henry 20, Elizabeth 17, Robert 15, Isabel 13, and Atkin 11.2 

Family

Agnes (?) b. c 1809
Child

Citations

  1. [S40] 1850 US Census, ancestry.com, Lisbond, Saint Lawrence Co., New York; Image 32.
  2. [S17] 1860 US Census, ancestry.com, Lisbon, Saint Lawrence Co., New York; Imaage 27.

Allen Palmer Weld1

M, b. 13 May 1839, d. 1916
Biography* WELD, Allen P. the only surviving son of Professor Allen H. Weld, was born at North Yarmouth, Me., May 13, 1839. In 1847 he removed with his parents from that place, and while his father was engaged in Boston, he passed the winter in Lebanon, N. H., the former home of his mother. After spending a few months in the state of New York, in 1849, the family removing to Cumberland, Md., he went with them and there fitted for college in his father's school. He entered Dartmouth College in 1855, graduating 1859. After finishing his course he emigrated to the St. Croix valley, Wisconsin, and passed two or three years upon his father's farm in the town of Troy, working on the farm in the summer and teaching winters. In 1865, he commenced reading law in the office of H. C. Baker, Esq., at Hudson, Wis., supplementing his reading later at the Albany Law school, where he graduated in 1867. Returning to Wisconsin he practiced law at that place for a while, but later went to River Falls, where he settled in 1869 and has made this place his home ever since. Here he held several minor municipal offices and upon the organization of the village into a city was elected city clerk, an office which he has held for seventeen terms with one interval, owing to business requiring his attention elsewhere. In 1895 Mr. Weld was appointed by the governor, county judge to fill the unexpired term of Judge Warner, who had resigned. Judge Weld has been re-elected to this office three times and has devoted himself almost entirely to the duties of his office since his appointment, though making his home at River Falls. He has, however, taken great interest in the city of River Falls, and been largely identified with efforts which have been made for its progress. In 1871 he married Alice P. Powell, a daughter of Lyman N. Powell, one of the Powell brothers, who were largely interested in the original founding of the village, and who did much for its welfare. The mother of Mrs. Weld was a sister of Lute A. and Horace A. Taylor, the first persons to establish a newspaper in the village. Judge Weld has two children, Laura H. Weld, now teaching at the Platteville Normal School, and Lyman P. Weld, who is engaged in business at Colorado. The judge and his wife occupy the first two-story frame house built in the village of River Falls, and which was for many years the hospitable home of the Powell family. Reference: Taken from "History of the St. Croix Valley", published in 19092 
Birth*13 May 1839 North Yarmouth, Maine2 
Marriage*30 Nov 1871 Principal=Alice A. Powell1 
Death*1916 Pierce Co., Wisconsin2 

Family

Alice A. Powell b. 24 Jun 1849, d. Jan 1924

Citations

  1. [S125] Find A Grave Website, online www.findagrave.com, ALice (Powell) Weld, died Jan 1924 in Rock Elm, Pierce Co.., Wisconsin, Buried at Greenwood Cemetery, River Falls, St. Croix Co., Wisconsin; Plot B-3 L-48, Memorial #74219348. Hereinafter cited as Find A Grave Website.
  2. [S125] Find A Grave Website, online www.findagrave.com, Allen Palmer Weld, died 1916 in Pierce Co., Wisconsin, buried at Greenwood Cemetery, River Falls, St. Croix Co., Wisconsin; Memorial #: 74221073. Hereinafter cited as Find A Grave Website.

Adelia White1

F, b. circa 1865
FatherCharles S. White1 b. 13 Aug 1833, d. 17 Feb 1896
MotherRhecardo S. Sherburne1 b. 13 Dec 1838, d. 8 Oct 1916
ChartsDescendants of Charles S. White
Birth*c 1865 Wisconsin1 
Residence*1870 River Falls, Pierce Co., Wisconsin; Age 5, born in Wisconsin.1 

Citations

  1. [S16] 1870 US Census, ancestry.com, Rivers Falls, Pierce Co., Wisconsin; pages 20 & 21.

Alice White1

F, b. circa January 1859, d. 13 May 1859
FatherCharles S. White1 b. 13 Aug 1833, d. 17 Feb 1896
MotherRhecardo S. Sherburne1 b. 13 Dec 1838, d. 8 Oct 1916
ChartsDescendants of Charles S. White
Birth*c Jan 1859 Wisconsin1,2 
Death*13 May 1859 Age 4 months3,2 
Burial* Greenwood Cemetery, River Falls, Saint Croix Co., Wisconsin; Block B-4, Lot L-94, age 4 months3,2 

Citations

  1. [S17] 1860 US Census, ancestry.com, Rivers Falls, Pierce Co., Wisconsin; page 60.
  2. [S68] Greenwood Cemetery - Index of Graves (http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~wistcroi/GreenwoodCem/… [2008]: St. Croix Co., Wisconsin - US Genweb site (prepared by Kathye Beebe)).
  3. [S66] Cemetery Visited by Dixie Hansen , Greenwood Cemetery, River Falls, Saint Croix Co., Wisconsin (but actual gravesite not found yet!!).

Anna White1

F, b. circa 1867
FatherCharles S. White1 b. 13 Aug 1833, d. 17 Feb 1896
MotherRhecardo S. Sherburne1 b. 13 Dec 1838, d. 8 Oct 1916
ChartsDescendants of Charles S. White
Birth*c 1867 Wisconsin1 
Residence*1880 Town 187, Range 47, Polk Co., Minnesota; Age 13, attending school. Mother born in Maine, Father born in Vermont.1 
Residence1885 Fanny Township, Polk Co., Minnesota; Age 18, born in Wisconsin2 

Citations

  1. [S15] 1880 US Census, ancestry.com, Polk Co., Minnesota, ED 204.
  2. [S18] 1885 Minnesota State Census, ancestry.com, Fanny, Polk Co. Minnesota, page 2 (post office = Crookston).

Berdett White1

M, b. circa 1868
FatherCharles S. White1 b. 13 Aug 1833, d. 17 Feb 1896
MotherRhecardo S. Sherburne1 b. 13 Dec 1838, d. 8 Oct 1916
ChartsDescendants of Charles S. White
Birth*c 1868 Wisconsin1 
Residence*1870 River Falls, Pierce Co., Wisconsin; Age 2, born in Wisconsin.1 

Citations

  1. [S16] 1870 US Census, ancestry.com, Rivers Falls, Pierce Co., Wisconsin; pages 20 & 21.

Charles S. White1,2

M, b. 13 August 1833, d. 17 February 1896
FatherSamuel White3 b. c 1802
MotherBetsy (?)3 b. c 1807
ChartsPedigree for George Newell Powell
Descendants of Charles S. White
Birth*13 Aug 1833 Braintree, Orange Co., Vermont1,4,3,5 
Residence1850 Braintree, Orange Co., Vermont; Age 18, born in Vermont3 
Marriage*2 May 1858 Clifton, Pierce Co., Wisconsin; Notice appearing in the River Falls Journal on 5 May 1858:

Married.

In Clifton, on the 2nd inst., by Rev a. Gilson, Mr. Charles S. White and Miss Rhecardo Sherburne.; Principal=Rhecardo S. Sherburne1,6,7 
Residence1860 River Falls, Pierce Co., Wisconsin; Age 28, born in Vermont, Farmer. Real Estate valued at $4,000. Personal Estate valued at $400.

Enumerated with Recordo 20, Alice 1, Phebe Sherburn 64, and Jackson Sherburn 23.8 
Residence1870 River Falls, Pierce Co., Wisconsin; Age 35, Farmer, born in Vermont. Real Estate valued at $2,500. Personal Estate valued at $1,000.

Enumerated with Rhodia 32, Ruth 9, Eva 9, Frank 7, Adelia 5, Berdett 2.9 
Residence*1880 Town 187, Range 47, Polk Co., Minnesota; Age 47, born in Vermont. Both parents born in Vermont. Farmer.

Enumerated with Rehcardo 41, Ruth 18, Emma 16, Anna 13, and Ida 6. Also with servant Darling Mott, age 20 (farm Laborer)1 
Residence1885 Fanny Township, Polk Co., Minnesota; Age 52, born in Vermont.

Enumerated with R.S. White 46, Emma L. 21, Anna 18, Ida 12, Ruth N Sullivan 23 and Lucille Sullivan32 
Residencebt 1889 - 1894 Angus, Polk Co., Minnesota; Manager of the Andrews farm near Angus.5 
Residence1895 Warren, Marshall Co., Minnesota; Age 62, born in Vermont. A resident of Minnesota for 14 years, 2 months. A resident of the census district for 9 months.

Enumerated with Rhicardo 57.

Daughter Ruth Shaw with her husband Abner and daughters Lucielle and Anna are enumerated next door.10 
Death*17 Feb 1896 Warren, Marshall Co., Minnesota; From Marshall Co. death record: died 17 Feb 1896, age 62 years, 6 months, 6 days. Born in Vermont. Died from Typhoid Fever in Warren, Minnesota. Occupation farmer. Parents are Samuel and Betsey, both born in Vermont. Death registerd on 26 February 1896.

Obituary published in the Warren Sheaf (Marshall Co., Minnesota) on 20 Feb 1896:

DEATH OF MR. C.S. WHITE

Charles S. White breathed his last at 2 o'clock on Monday morning, Feb. 17, 1896, at the home of his daughter, Mrs. A.M. Shaw of this city, aged 62 years and a few months.

Deceased was born in Braintree, Vermont, on Aug 13, 1833. About 40 years ago he came to River Falls, Wis., where he was married and continued to reside, until about 13 years ago when he and his family moved to the Red River valley, settling on a farm near Crookston. More recently he was the manager of Mr. Winchester's farm at Angus. Mr. White's health had been poor for a number of years. About six years ago he suffered a shock of apoplexy from which he never fully recovered. During his well days he was a man of striking personality, intelligence and force. Since the death of a daughter a little over a year ago, Mr. and Mrs. White have made their home with their daughter, Mrs. A.M. Shaw of this city. Another daughter resides here also, being Mrs. Dr. Wattam.

The funeral took place Tuesday afternoon from the home under the auspices of the Masonic society, of which deceased was a respected member. The community extend their sincere sympathy to the bereaved widow, her family and relatives.

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On June 25th, in the same paper, a notice of probate was published which indicated that Charles S. White had died intestate and which mentioned his surviving widow, Rhecordo S. White.

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Death Notice appearing in the River Falls Journal (River Falls, Wisconsin) on 20 February 1896:

Charles S. White, one of the pioneer merchants of this city, died on the 17th inst. at his home in Warren, Minn. He leaves a wife and two married daughters.

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Obituary published in the Warren Register on 19 Feb 1896:

DIED.

Mr. Charles S. White died at his home in this city Sunday night aged 62 years. Mr. White was born in Braintree, Vt., and at the age of 22 came out to the west, and finally located at River Falls, Wis., where he was married about 38 years ago. Fifteen years ago he removed with his family to this state and settled upon a farm six miles from Crookston. During the five years immediately preceding his coming to Warren, Mr. White was a manager of the Andrews farm near Angus. A wife and two daughters, Mrs. A.M. Shaw and Mrs. G.S. Wattam, are left to mourn the loss of a beloved husband and mother. The community earnestly sympathizes with the bereaved relatives in this their time of affliction. By request of the Masonic lodge of River Falls, Wis., of which the deceased had long been a member, the Warren Masonic lodge took charge of the funeral ceremonies which were held at the house yesterday afternoon, Rev. Thos. Billing preaching the funeral discourse.6,4,11,5,12 
Burial*18 Feb 1896 Greenwood Cemetery, Warren, Marshall Co., Minnesota; Charles S. White / Aug 13,1833 - Feb 17 18965,13 
Probate1896 Marshall Co., Minnesota; Left no will. Petition filed on 4 June 1896

Petitioner: Rhecardo S. White. Devisees: Rehcordo S. White, his widow, Ruth A. Shaw and emaline Wattam, his daughters.

Real estate valued at $300: one lot and the residence thereon in the City of Warren. 

Family

Rhecardo S. Sherburne b. 13 Dec 1838, d. 8 Oct 1916
Marriage*2 May 1858 Clifton, Pierce Co., Wisconsin; Notice appearing in the River Falls Journal on 5 May 1858:

Married.

In Clifton, on the 2nd inst., by Rev a. Gilson, Mr. Charles S. White and Miss Rhecardo Sherburne.; Principal=Rhecardo S. Sherburne1,6,7 
Children

Citations

  1. [S15] 1880 US Census, ancestry.com, Polk Co., Minnesota, ED 204.
  2. [S18] 1885 Minnesota State Census, ancestry.com, Fanny, Polk Co. Minnesota, page 2 (post office = Crookston).
  3. [S40] 1850 US Census, ancestry.com, Braintree, Orange Co., Vermont; Page 311.
  4. [S48] Obituary: Charles S. White, Warren Sheaf (Warren, Marhsall Co. Minnesota): 20 Feb 1896.
  5. [S90] Obituary: Charles S. White, Warren Register (Warren, Marhsall Co. Minnesota): 19 Feb 1896.
  6. [S39] Obituary: Rhecordo White, Warren Sheaf (Warren, Marhsall Co. Minnesota): 11 October 1916.
  7. [S73] Marriage Notice: Charles S. White and Rhecordo Sherburne, River Falls Journal (River Falls, Pierce Co., Wisconsin): published 5 May 1858.
  8. [S17] 1860 US Census, ancestry.com, Rivers Falls, Pierce Co., Wisconsin; page 60.
  9. [S16] 1870 US Census, ancestry.com, Rivers Falls, Pierce Co., Wisconsin; pages 20 & 21.
  10. [S19] 1895 Minnesota State Census, ancestry.com, Warren, Marshall Co., Minnesota.
  11. [S63] Obituary: Charles S. White, River Falls Journal (River Falls, Wisconsin): 20 Feb 1896.
  12. [S109] Death Certificate for Charles S. White, Marshall Co., Minnesota, Book A, Page 43, Line 2 - 1896, . Hereinafter cited as Death Cert: Charles S. White.
  13. [S120] Greenwood Cemetery Markers, Warren, Minnesota; photographed by Dixie Hansen, 21 June 2008, Charles S. White.

Dana White1

M, b. circa 1829
FatherSamuel White1 b. c 1802
MotherBetsy (?)1 b. c 1807
Birth*c 1829 Vermont1 
Residence*1850 Braintree, Orange Co., Vermont; Age 21, born in Vermont1 

Citations

  1. [S40] 1850 US Census, ancestry.com, Braintree, Orange Co., Vermont; Page 311.

E. Warren White1

M, b. 5 November 1830, d. 17 June 1891
FatherSamuel White1 b. c 1802
MotherBetsy (?)1 b. c 1807
Birth*5 Nov 1830 Vermont1,2 
Residence*1850 Braintree, Orange Co., Vermont; Age 19, born in Vermont1 
Residence1870 Braintree, Orange Co., Vermont; Age 39, born in Vermont, works on farm.3 
Marriage*14 May 1871 Vermont; Principal=Mary Fancelia Bass4 
Marriage* Principal=Chloe J. Cady5 
Residence1880 Villisca, Montgomery Co., Iowa; Age 49. Born in Vermont, Father born in Vermont, mother born in New Hampshire. Furniture dealer.

Enumerated with Cloie J. 42, Hattie K 4, and Mary Ellis 2.6 
Residence1885 Villisca, Montgomery Co., Iowa5 
Death*17 Jun 1891 2 
Burial* Villisca Cemetery, Villisca, Montgomery Co., Iowa2 

Family 1

Mary Fancelia Bass d. 31 Jan 1872
Marriage*14 May 1871 Vermont; Principal=Mary Fancelia Bass4 

Family 2

Chloe J. Cady b. Oct 1837
Marriage* Principal=Chloe J. Cady5 
Children

Citations

  1. [S40] 1850 US Census, ancestry.com, Braintree, Orange Co., Vermont; Page 311.
  2. [S76] WPA, WPA Graves Registration Survey (n.p.: US Genweb - Iowa), Warren E. White - Villisca Cemetery, Villisca East Township, Montgomery Co. Iowa. Hereinafter cited as WPA Graves Registration Survey.
  3. [S16] 1870 US Census, ancestry.com, Braintree, Orange Co., Vermont, page 13.
  4. [S74] Hopkins Family Tree, cowlovermh, Ancestry.com, (Tree posted on Ancestry), downloaded 2008.
  5. [S75] 1885 Iowa State Census, ancestry.com, Villisca, Montgomery Co., Iowa.
  6. [S15] 1880 US Census, ancestry.com, Villisca, Montgomery Co., Iowa; ED 149, Sheet 2.

Ellen E. White1

F, b. circa 1838
FatherSamuel White1 b. c 1802
MotherBetsy (?)1 b. c 1807
Birth*c 1838 Vermont1 
Residence*1850 Braintree, Orange Co., Vermont; Age 12, born in Vermont1 
Residence1860 Braintree, Orange Co., Vermont; Age 22, born in Vermont2 
Residence1870 Braintree, Orange Co., Vermont; Age 32, born in Vermont, at home.3 

Citations

  1. [S40] 1850 US Census, ancestry.com, Braintree, Orange Co., Vermont; Page 311.
  2. [S17] 1860 US Census, ancestry.com, Braintree, Orange Co., Vermont; Page 322.
  3. [S16] 1870 US Census, ancestry.com, Braintree, Orange Co., Vermont, page 13.

Emily White1

F, b. circa 1844
FatherSamuel White1 b. c 1802
MotherBetsy (?)1 b. c 1807
Birth*c 1844 Vermont1 
Residence*1850 Braintree, Orange Co., Vermont; Age 6, born in Vermont1 
Residence1860 Braintree, Orange Co., Vermont; Age 17, born in Vermont2 

Citations

  1. [S40] 1850 US Census, ancestry.com, Braintree, Orange Co., Vermont; Page 311.
  2. [S17] 1860 US Census, ancestry.com, Braintree, Orange Co., Vermont; Page 322.

Emily L. White1

F, b. 22 October 1863, d. 28 April 1902
FatherCharles S. White2 b. 13 Aug 1833, d. 17 Feb 1896
MotherRhecardo S. Sherburne2 b. 13 Dec 1838, d. 8 Oct 1916
ChartsDescendants of Charles S. White
Birth*22 Oct 1863 River Falls, Pierce Co., Wisconsin2,3 
Residence*1880 Town 187, Range 47, Polk Co., Minnesota; Age 16, attending school. Born in Wisconsin. Mother born in Maine, father born in Vermont.2 
Residence1885 Fanny Township, Polk Co., Minnesota; Age 21, born in Wisconsin4 
Marriage*21 Dec 1887 Polk Co., Minnesota; Application 17 Dec 1887, License 21 Dec 1887; Principal=George Samuel Wattam3,5 
Residence1900 133 3rd St, Warren, Marshall Co., Minnesota; Age 36, born Oct 1863 in WIsconsin. Married 12 years. Mother of 4 children, all living.6 
Death*28 Apr 1902 Warren, Marshall Co., Minnesota; Obituary published in the Warren Sheaf (Marshall Co., Minnesota) on 1 May 1902:

DEATH OF MRS. WATTAM.

Another Good Woman Gone to Her Last Reward

Mrs. Emma Wattam, the beloved wife of Dr. G.S. Wattam, died at her home in this city on April 28, 1902, after a lingering illness, aged 38 years 6 months and 6 days.

Deceased, whose maiden name was White, was born in River Falls, Wis. Oct 22, 1863. She was married to Dr. G.S. Wattam Dec. 21, 1887. To this union was born four children, namely, Charles, Willie, Harry and Kenneth. She was a kind and affectionate wife and mother. She possessed in a marked degree all the womanly graces and virtues. By her gentleness, kindness and unostentatious manner, she won the love and esteem, not only of her immediate house-hold, but all with whom she came in contact. She leaves to mourn her loss, the husband and four children, also an aged mother and one sister, both residing in this city, besides a large circle of friends and neighbors.

The funeral was conducted from the home at 3 P.M. on Wednesday afternoon. There was a service of song, and an impressive funeral discourse by Rev. A.H. McKee, of the M.E. church. The ladies of the Eastern Star, of which deceased was a member, attended in a body. A number of relatives and friends from Angus, Argyle, Bowesmont, N.D., and elsewhere were present. The remains, laid in a beautiful casket, profusely bedecked with nature's choicest flowers, was escorted to Geeenwood Cemetery to rest until the morn of the resurrection. Blessed be her memory.

To Dr. Wattam and his four boys, now bereft of a mother's tender care, guidance and affection, this community extends its most heartfelt sympathy.3 
Burial*30 Apr 1902 Greenwood Cemetery, Warren, Marshall Co., Minnesota; Emily L. Wattam
October 23, 1863
April 28, 19023,1 

Family

George Samuel Wattam b. 10 Jul 1856, d. 17 Mar 1934
Marriage*21 Dec 1887 Polk Co., Minnesota; Application 17 Dec 1887, License 21 Dec 1887; Principal=George Samuel Wattam3,5 
Children

Citations

  1. [S120] Greenwood Cemetery Markers, Warren, Minnesota; photographed by Dixie Hansen, 21 June 2008, Emily L. Wattam.
  2. [S15] 1880 US Census, ancestry.com, Polk Co., Minnesota, ED 204.
  3. [S49] Obituary: Emma Wattam, Warren Sheaf (Warren, Marhsall Co. Minnesota): 1 May 1902.
  4. [S18] 1885 Minnesota State Census, ancestry.com, Fanny, Polk Co. Minnesota, page 2 (post office = Crookston).
  5. [S114] Marriage Records, Polk Co., Minnesota, Index Vol 1, Page 419; Book C275.
  6. [S12] 1900 US Census, ancestry.com, Warren, Marshall Co., Minnesota; ED 114, Sheet 8B.