Walter Scott McSwain1

M, b. circa 1867
FatherAlexander McSwain1 b. Jun 1835, d. 28 Oct 1930
MotherSarah McSwain1 b. Oct 1844
Last Edited14 Oct 2013
     Walter Scott McSwain was born circa 1867 at California.1 He was the son of Alexander McSwain and Sarah McSwain.1

Citations

  1. [S753] 1870 US Census, Merced Co., California, population schedule, Snelling, Page 47 (p 269 stamped) Dwelling 368, Household 290, 14 Jul 1870 - A C McSwain, age 35, M W Ferryman $1620 $2695 born Missouri; Sarah F McSwain, age 24, F W Keeping house, born Illinois; Belle McSwain, age 9, F W born California, attended school; Sarah E, age 7, F W born California; Walter Scott McSwain, 3 years, M W born California; Rosa McSwain, age 1 year, F W born California.

Rosa McSwain1

F, b. circa 1869
FatherAlexander McSwain1 b. Jun 1835, d. 28 Oct 1930
MotherSarah McSwain1 b. Oct 1844
Last Edited14 Oct 2013
     Rosa McSwain was born circa 1869 at California.1 She was the daughter of Alexander McSwain and Sarah McSwain.1

Citations

  1. [S753] 1870 US Census, Merced Co., California, population schedule, Snelling, Page 47 (p 269 stamped) Dwelling 368, Household 290, 14 Jul 1870 - A C McSwain, age 35, M W Ferryman $1620 $2695 born Missouri; Sarah F McSwain, age 24, F W Keeping house, born Illinois; Belle McSwain, age 9, F W born California, attended school; Sarah E, age 7, F W born California; Walter Scott McSwain, 3 years, M W born California; Rosa McSwain, age 1 year, F W born California.

Marion (Galbreath) McSwain1

F, b. 1795, d. 1874
Last Edited14 Oct 2013
     Marion (Galbreath) McSwain was born in 1795 at North Carolina.1 She married Daniel McSwain on 10 November 1818 at Christian Co., Kentucky.1 Marion (Galbreath) McSwain died in 1874 at Snelling, Merced Co., California.1

Family

Daniel McSwain b. 1797
Children

Citations

  1. [S733] Unknown author, Pedigree Resource File @ familysearch.org, Daniel Winthrop McSwain, Male born 1796 at Buckswamp Plantation, Marion Co., South Carolina; died 1872 Snelling, Merced Co., California; buried Snelling California. Son of Malcolm MacSwain (sic) and Flora Payne, his wife. Married Marian Galbraith 10 Nov 1818 at Christian Co., KY. Daniel was a preacher. Submitted without sourcing by Christopher McSwain and published on Pedigree Resource Fil, CD #19. See also submission by Jack Alton Delmas of Klamath Falls OR, published on PRF CD #123.

Unknown McSwain1

?, b. October 1877, d. before 1880
FatherAlexander McSwain1 b. Jun 1835, d. 28 Oct 1930
MotherSarah McSwain1 b. Oct 1844
Last Edited14 Oct 2013
     Unknown McSwain was born in October 1877 at California.1 Unknown McSwain was the child of Alexander McSwain and Sarah McSwain.1 Unknown McSwain died before 1880 at California.1

Citations

  1. [S748] 1900 US Census, Merced Co., California, population schedule, Merced Co., ED 49, SD 5, Sheet 2A(page 351 stamped) Dwelling 28, Household 28, The 1900 census reports that Sarah F McSwain is the mother of 10 children, 8 of whom are living. It shows James McSwain born in October 1877. All earlier census' for this household account for 9 children, including an infant James who in 1880 was age 4 mos and reported born during February of the census year. There is a gap allowing for a child born in October 1877. We therefore hypothesize that the 10th child, gender unknown, was born Oct 1877 and died before February 1880.

Harry L Harris1

M, b. circa 1885
Last Edited25 May 2011
     Harry L Harris was born circa 1885 at California.1 He married Mrs. Rosa Harris circa 1905 at California; presumed marriage.1

Family

Mrs. Rosa Harris b. c 1886
Child

Citations

  1. [S756] 1930 US Census, Contra Costa Co., California, population schedule, City of Richmond, ED 7-63, SD 5, Sheet 8-A (pg 105 stamped), Dwelling 194, Household 208, 8 Apr 1930, 316 Ripley, Richmond - HARRY L HARRIS, Head, R $30 Radio, M W age 45 years, Married, first married at 20, not in school, can read and write, born California, father's birthplace unknown, mother born Oregon, Salesman for Oil Works, Worker, speaks English, not a veteran; ROSAS HARRIS, wife, F W age 44 years, married, first married at 19, not in school, can read and write, born California, both parents born Missouri, not employed outside home; VERDA F HARRIS, daughter, F W age 19 years, unmarried, not in school, can read and write, born California, both parents born California, not employed; ELDEN HARRIS, son, M W age 17 years, unmarried, in school, can read and write, born California, both parents born Calfiornia; ERMA HARRIS, daughter, F W age 4 years 11 months, not in school, born California, both parents born Claifornia.

Mrs. Rosa Harris1

F, b. circa 1886
Last Edited25 May 2011
     Mrs. Rosa Harris was born circa 1886 at California.1 She married Harry L Harris circa 1905 at California; presumed marriage.1

Family

Harry L Harris b. c 1885
Child

Citations

  1. [S756] 1930 US Census, Contra Costa Co., California, population schedule, City of Richmond, ED 7-63, SD 5, Sheet 8-A (pg 105 stamped), Dwelling 194, Household 208, 8 Apr 1930, 316 Ripley, Richmond - HARRY L HARRIS, Head, R $30 Radio, M W age 45 years, Married, first married at 20, not in school, can read and write, born California, father's birthplace unknown, mother born Oregon, Salesman for Oil Works, Worker, speaks English, not a veteran; ROSAS HARRIS, wife, F W age 44 years, married, first married at 19, not in school, can read and write, born California, both parents born Missouri, not employed outside home; VERDA F HARRIS, daughter, F W age 19 years, unmarried, not in school, can read and write, born California, both parents born California, not employed; ELDEN HARRIS, son, M W age 17 years, unmarried, in school, can read and write, born California, both parents born Calfiornia; ERMA HARRIS, daughter, F W age 4 years 11 months, not in school, born California, both parents born Claifornia.

Margaret Louise Wurm1

F, b. 28 April 1927
FatherTheodore F. Wurm1 b. 6 Apr 1892, d. 14 Oct 1973
MotherRimah (Grover) Wurm1 b. 28 Oct 1896, d. 27 Oct 1967
Last Edited25 May 2011
     Margaret Louise Wurm was born on 28 April 1927 at San Francisco, San Francisco Co., California.1 She was the daughter of Theodore F. Wurm and Rimah (Grover) Wurm.1

Citations

  1. [S285] Personal Knowledge of Compiler.

Charles M Wurm1

M, b. circa 1883
Last Edited25 May 2011
     Charles M Wurm was born circa 1883 at Montana.1

Citations

  1. [S758] 1930 US Census, unknown repository address, population schedule, San Francisco, ED 38-218, SD 6, Sheet 19-A (pg 179 stamped), Dwelling 239, Household 391, Theodore F Wurm, Head, Owns house worth $8000, not a farm, M W age 37 years, Married, first married at 24, not in school, can read and write, born Texas, both parents born Georgia, accountant for a railroad, speaks English, not a veteran. RIMAH L WURM, wife, F W age 33 years, Married, first married at 20, not in school, can read and write, born Nevada, father born California, mother born Nevada, not employed outside home; THEODORE G WURM, son, M W age 11 years, not in school, can read and write, born California, father born Texas, mother born Nevada, speaks English; JAMES F WURM, Son, M W age 9 years, unmarried, not in school, born California, father born Texas, mother born Nevada, speaks English. RICHARD J WURM, son, W M age 5 years, not in school, born California, father born Texas, mother born Nevada, speaks English; MARGARET L WURM, daughter, F W age 2 years 1 month, born Californoia, father born Texas, mother born Nevada; CHARLES M WURM, brother, W M age 47 years, unmarried, not in school, can read and write, born Montana, both parents born Georgia, speaks English, employed as an Inspector for the US Immigration, working on census day, not a Veteran.

Mr Placeholder Wilson1

M
Last Edited26 May 2011

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S759] Mariposa Gazette, 14 Sep 1923, online at MariposaResearch.net, James R Wilson is identified as the brother of Wm H Wilson. Both men are described as natives of Tuolumne county. If they are brothers, they share a father. Until the father is identified, he is listed herein as "Placeholder" to provide the data link between the brothers.
  2. [S759] Mariposa Gazette, 14 Sep 1923, online at MariposaResearch.net, WILSON, James September 14, 1923 Mariposa Gazette

    HUNTER FALLS TO DEATH FROM HIGH CLIFF

    In the account of the death of James R. WILSON as appears in the Sonora Democrat last week, death was not caused by heart failure but from a fall over a high cliff while hunting in a blinding storm.
    The Democrat gives the following account of the accident:
    James R. WILSON, a native of this county, aged 45 years, fell to his death from a precipitous bluff in the Lake Elinor country last Sunday.
    Last Saturday he and his brother, Wm. H. WILSON, left Groveland on a deer hunting trip into Cherry Valley, where they made camp. Sunday morning he went hunting and about 10 o'clock a shot was heard by his brother. At 2 o'clock in the afternoon an electrical storm, accompanied by a heavy fall of rain and hail, prevailed.
    WILSON did not return to camp that night, but that fact did not disturb his brother, who was impressed that he had hunted afar and undoubtedly had found lodgings in some old Hetch Hetchy camp. When he did not show up by noon the next day the brother became uneasy and got word to his brother in law, John MEYER of Groveland, who immediately spread the news, and with a large party of searchers started for the Cherry Valley. The searchers were organized into groups and a systematic hunt was made for the missing man. It was carried on Monday and Tuesday unceasingly between daylight and dark without result. By this time the searchers were convinced that WILSON was ill, injured or dead. The search had been largely made in a section remote from camp. Wednesday morning the 40 men engaged resumed the search. Shortly after leaving the camp, one of the parties, headed by Chas. H. BAIRD and Rico CASSARETTO, noticed an peculiar odor in the air which as they advanced, became more pronounced and they readily conceived it to be that arising from decaying human flesh. They followed the odor and within half a mile of the camp found the dead body of WILSON prostrated upon a sand flat at the bottom of a rocky bluff 40 feet in height. His rifle was leaning against the rocky wall as though he had placed it there while resting. An empty cartridge was in the barrel, indicating that a shot had been fired. An investigation indicated that WILSON had fallen from the crest of the bluff. Assuming that he had fired the shot about 10 o'clock Sunday morning, it must have been a deer, in which event he would of thrown a loaded cartridge from the magazine into the chamber. An examination of the rifle revealed a rocky substance on the hammer showing that it had contacted with a rock and the cartridge had thus exploded. Wilson body bore no bullet wounds. But one side of his face and skull were crushed in, clearly from striking a rock in his downward flight it is surmised that he walked on the bluff at about 2 o'clock when the severe electrical storm, accompanied by a heavy fall of rain and hail, took place across a wide sweep of country in that region. It is assumed that at this time WILSON was hunting on the bluff, a likely place for deer, when the storm broke in all its fury. Pulling his hat tightly down over his head, he started hurriedly for camp, and in the blinding lightning flashes and beating rain and hail, he stepped off the bluff in probably the most unsafe and dangerous spot it presented. In the next instant his body went hurtling down the cliff to the bottom. Instant death must have been his portion.

James R Wilson1

M, b. circa 1878, d. 2 September 1923
FatherMr Placeholder Wilson1
Bur-RevS
Last Edited14 Nov 2014
     James R Wilson was born circa 1878 at Tuolumne Co., California.2 He was the son of Mr Placeholder Wilson.1 James R Wilson married Lena Garbarino, daughter of Angelo Garbarino and Saverina Ferretti, in 1917.3 James R Wilson died on 2 September 1923 at Lake Eleanor, Tuolumne Co., California.1 He was buried on 6 September 1923 at Mountain Shadow Cemetery, Sonora, Tuolumne Co., California.4

Citations

  1. [S759] Mariposa Gazette, 14 Sep 1923, online at MariposaResearch.net, WILSON, James September 14, 1923 Mariposa Gazette

    HUNTER FALLS TO DEATH FROM HIGH CLIFF

    In the account of the death of James R. WILSON as appears in the Sonora Democrat last week, death was not caused by heart failure but from a fall over a high cliff while hunting in a blinding storm.
    The Democrat gives the following account of the accident:
    James R. WILSON, a native of this county, aged 45 years, fell to his death from a precipitous bluff in the Lake Elinor country last Sunday.
    Last Saturday he and his brother, Wm. H. WILSON, left Groveland on a deer hunting trip into Cherry Valley, where they made camp. Sunday morning he went hunting and about 10 o'clock a shot was heard by his brother. At 2 o'clock in the afternoon an electrical storm, accompanied by a heavy fall of rain and hail, prevailed.
    WILSON did not return to camp that night, but that fact did not disturb his brother, who was impressed that he had hunted afar and undoubtedly had found lodgings in some old Hetch Hetchy camp. When he did not show up by noon the next day the brother became uneasy and got word to his brother in law, John MEYER of Groveland, who immediately spread the news, and with a large party of searchers started for the Cherry Valley. The searchers were organized into groups and a systematic hunt was made for the missing man. It was carried on Monday and Tuesday unceasingly between daylight and dark without result. By this time the searchers were convinced that WILSON was ill, injured or dead. The search had been largely made in a section remote from camp. Wednesday morning the 40 men engaged resumed the search. Shortly after leaving the camp, one of the parties, headed by Chas. H. BAIRD and Rico CASSARETTO, noticed an peculiar odor in the air which as they advanced, became more pronounced and they readily conceived it to be that arising from decaying human flesh. They followed the odor and within half a mile of the camp found the dead body of WILSON prostrated upon a sand flat at the bottom of a rocky bluff 40 feet in height. His rifle was leaning against the rocky wall as though he had placed it there while resting. An empty cartridge was in the barrel, indicating that a shot had been fired. An investigation indicated that WILSON had fallen from the crest of the bluff. Assuming that he had fired the shot about 10 o'clock Sunday morning, it must have been a deer, in which event he would of thrown a loaded cartridge from the magazine into the chamber. An examination of the rifle revealed a rocky substance on the hammer showing that it had contacted with a rock and the cartridge had thus exploded. Wilson body bore no bullet wounds. But one side of his face and skull were crushed in, clearly from striking a rock in his downward flight it is surmised that he walked on the bluff at about 2 o'clock when the severe electrical storm, accompanied by a heavy fall of rain and hail, took place across a wide sweep of country in that region. It is assumed that at this time WILSON was hunting on the bluff, a likely place for deer, when the storm broke in all its fury. Pulling his hat tightly down over his head, he started hurriedly for camp, and in the blinding lightning flashes and beating rain and hail, he stepped off the bluff in probably the most unsafe and dangerous spot it presented. In the next instant his body went hurtling down the cliff to the bottom. Instant death must have been his portion.
  2. [S759] Mariposa Gazette, 14 Sep 1923, online at MariposaResearch.net, WILSON, James September 14, 1923 Mariposa Gazette: HUNTER FALLS TO DEATH FROM HIGH CLIFF

    In the account of the death of James R. WILSON as appears in the Sonora Democrat last week, death was not caused by heart failure but from a fall over a high cliff while hunting in a blinding storm.
    The Democrat gives the following account of the accident:
    James R. WILSON, a native of this county, aged 45 years, fell to his death from a precipitous bluff in the Lake Elinor country last Sunday.
    Last Saturday he and his brother, Wm. H. WILSON, left Groveland on a deer hunting trip into Cherry Valley, where they made camp. Sunday morning he went hunting and about 10 o'clock a shot was heard by his brother. At 2 o'clock in the afternoon an electrical storm, accompanied by a heavy fall of rain and hail, prevailed.
    WILSON did not return to camp that night, but that fact did not disturb his brother, who was impressed that he had hunted afar and undoubtedly had found lodgings in some old Hetch Hetchy camp. When he did not show up by noon the next day the brother became uneasy and got word to his brother in law, John MEYER of Groveland, who immediately spread the news, and with a large party of searchers started for the Cherry Valley. The searchers were organized into groups and a systematic hunt was made for the missing man. It was carried on Monday and Tuesday unceasingly between daylight and dark without result. By this time the searchers were convinced that WILSON was ill, injured or dead. The search had been largely made in a section remote from camp. Wednesday morning the 40 men engaged resumed the search. Shortly after leaving the camp, one of the parties, headed by Chas. H. BAIRD and Rico CASSARETTO, noticed an peculiar odor in the air which as they advanced, became more pronounced and they readily conceived it to be that arising from decaying human flesh. They followed the odor and within half a mile of the camp found the dead body of WILSON prostrated upon a sand flat at the bottom of a rocky bluff 40 feet in height. His rifle was leaning against the rocky wall as though he had placed it there while resting. An empty cartridge was in the barrel, indicating that a shot had been fired. An investigation indicated that WILSON had fallen from the crest of the bluff. Assuming that he had fired the shot about 10 o'clock Sunday morning, it must have been a deer, in which event he would of thrown a loaded cartridge from the magazine into the chamber. An examination of the rifle revealed a rocky substance on the hammer showing that it had contacted with a rock and the cartridge had thus exploded. Wilson body bore no bullet wounds. But one side of his face and skull were crushed in, clearly from striking a rock in his downward flight it is surmised that he walked on the bluff at about 2 o'clock when the severe electrical storm, accompanied by a heavy fall of rain and hail, took place across a wide sweep of country in that region. It is assumed that at this time WILSON was hunting on the bluff, a likely place for deer, when the storm broke in all its fury. Pulling his hat tightly down over his head, he started hurriedly for camp, and in the blinding lightning flashes and beating rain and hail, he stepped off the bluff in probably the most unsafe and dangerous spot it presented. In the next instant his body went hurtling down the cliff to the bottom. Instant death must have been his portion.
  3. [S2705] "The Family of Angelo and Severia Garbarino."
  4. [S640] Tuolumne Co. Historical Society, CH Burden Undertaking Company Burial Records, 1890-1953, James R Wilson, age 45 years, died 2 Sep 1923, buried 6 Sep 1923 at Mnt Shadow Cementery, Sonora.

Dougald Baird1

M, b. February 1841
Last Edited10 Dec 2012
     Dougald Baird was born in February 1841 at Scotland.1

Citations

  1. [S760] 1900 US Census, unknown repository address, population schedule, 3rd Township, ED 126, SD 4, Sheet 2-B (follows pg 39 stamped), Dwelling 32, Household 33, 4 June 1900, Big Oak Flat (Twp 3) - WILLIAM BAIRD, Head, W M born Dec 1832 age 67 years, Married 12 years, born Scotland, both parents born Scotland, to US 1862, resident 48 yearas, Naturlized, Engineer Sta , can read and write, speaks English, Rents House; MARGARET BAIRD, wife, W F born Mar 1861, age 39 years, married 12 years, mother of 4 children, 4 children living, born Scotland, both parents born Scotland, to oUS 1889, resident 10 years, can read and write, speaks English; THOMAS ANDERSON, stepson, W M born Aug 1882, age 17 years, unmarried, born Scotland, both parents born Scotland, to US 1889, resident 10 years, can read and write, speaks English; CHARLES ANDERSON, stopson, W M born Jun 1884, age 15 years, born Scotland, both parents born Scotland, to US 1889, resident 10 years, can read and write, speaks English; JENNIE R BAIRD, daughter, W F born Fen 1888, age 11 (sic) years, born Scotland, both parents born Scotland, to US 1889, resident 10 years, attended school 5 months; ANNA A BAIRD, daughter, W F born Aug 1894, age 5 years,, born California, both parents born Scotland; DOUGALD BAIARD, Brother, W M born Feb 1841, age 59 years, married 35 years, born Scotland, both parents born Scotland, to US 1868, resident 31 years, Naturalized, Engineer Sta, can read and write, speaks English.

William Warren1

M, b. circa 1892
Last Edited26 May 2011
     William Warren was born circa 1892 at California.1

Citations

  1. [S761] 1910 US Census, Tuolumne Co., California, population schedule, 3rd Twp, ED 167, SD 6, Sheet 1-A (pg 52 stamped), Dwelling and Household not numbered, 15 Apr 1910 - CHARLES H BAIRD, Head, M W age 25, unmarried, born Scotland, both parents born Scotland, to US 1890, Naturalized, speaks English, proprietor of a hotel, can read and write, rents house; WILLIAM BAIRD, father, M W age 77, 2nd marriage, married 22 years, born Scotland, both parents born Scotland, to US 1890, Naturalized, speaks English, can read and write, not employed; MAGGIE BAIRD, Mother (wife of William), F W age 48 years, 2nd marriage, married 22 years, mother of 4 children (sic), 4 children living, born Scotland both parents born Scotland, to US 1890, speaks English, can read and write; JENNIE A BAIRD, sister, F W age 20, unmarried, born Scotland, both parents born Scotland, to US 1890, speaks English, can read and write; ADELINE A BAIRD, sister, F W age 15 years, unmarried, born California, both parents born Scotland, Speaks English, can read and write; MARGUERITE A BAIRD, sister, F W age 5 years, unmarried, born California, both parents born Scotland,in school; LOUISE MEAGHER, servant, F W age 25 years, widow, no children, born California, both parents born England, English speaker, can read and write, servant in private family; WILLIAM WARREN, Lodger, M W age 18, unmarried, born California, both parents born England, works as a laborer doing odd jobs, was working on census day, but out of work 15 weeks during census year, can read and write.

Ogden Aaby1

M, b. circa 1917, d. January 2007
FatherEbb C. Aaby1 b. 9 Oct 1891, d. 28 Jul 1993
MotherFaye M. (Kellogg) Aaby1 b. 22 Apr 1895, d. 30 Sep 1982
Last Edited26 May 2011
     Ogden Aaby was born circa 1917 at Colorado.1 He was the son of Ebb C. Aaby and Faye M. (Kellogg) Aaby.1 Ogden Aaby died in January 2007 at College Place, Walla Walla Co., Washington; AABY, Ogden; 89; College Place WA; Walla Walla U-B; 2007-1-3; jfco
AABY, Ogden Lincoln; 89; College Place WA; Walla Walla U-B; 2007-1-7; jfco
http://obits.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/obit.cgi.

Citations

  1. [S767] 1920 US Census, Cheyenne Co., Colorado, population schedule, Wild Horse Twp., ED 60, SD 2, Sheet 5A, pg 273 (stamped), Dwelling 35, Household 35, 25 Feb 1920 - E C Aaby, head O F M W age 28 mar born MN (native Norwegian speaker)-MN-MN, FARMER, FARM, #35 on farm schedule; Fay E M Aaby, F W age 24 years, Married WI-WI-MI not employed outside home; Ogden Aaby, son, M W age 3 S CO-MN-WI; M Aaby [Ruby M?], M W age 10 mos, CO-MI-WI.

Unknown Aaby1

?, b. before July 1917, d. before February 1920
FatherEbb C. Aaby1 b. 9 Oct 1891, d. 28 Jul 1993
MotherFaye M. (Kellogg) Aaby1 b. 22 Apr 1895, d. 30 Sep 1982
Last Edited26 May 2011
     Unknown Aaby was born before July 1917.1 Unknown Aaby was the child of Ebb C. Aaby and Faye M. (Kellogg) Aaby.1 Unknown Aaby died before February 1920.1

Citations

  1. [S768] "WWI Draft Registration", Aaby, Ebb Clarence Born 9 Oct 1891 at Rock Dell MN; registered at Cheyenne Co., CO. Supporting a wife and 2 children.

Elmer E Kellogg1,2

M
Last Edited20 Mar 2011
     Elmer E Kellogg married Ettie Forward; presumed marriage.

Family

Ettie Forward
Children

Citations

  1. [S569] Unknown author, California Death Index @ vitalsearch.com, Aaby, Faye Marian female born 22 Apr 1895 WI; died 30 Sep 1982 Tuolumne Co., age 87. Mother's maiden name - Forward; father's surname Kellogg. SSN 5008-22-8965.
  2. [S778] 1910 US Census, Davidson Co., Tennessee, populationi schedule, Tiffany, ED 130, SD 10, Sheet 10B and 11A, Dwelling 204, Household 207, 4 May 1910 - Elmer E Kellogg, head M W age 48, M1, mar 29 years, WI-NY-GER, native English speaker, Farmer on general farm, O-F-F; Ettie Kellogg, wife, F W age 45, M1, mar 29 years, mother of 10 children, 9 children living NY-NY-NY, native English speaker, not employed outside home; Sidney Kellogg, son, M W age 29 S WI-WI-NY Farm laborer on home farm; Herbert Kellogg, son M 2 age 21 S WI-WI-NY English speaker, farm laborer on home farm; Rul Kellogg, daughter, F W age 18 S WI-WI-NY teacher in rural school; Roland Kellogg, son, N W age 16 S WI-WI-NY English speaker, farm laborer on home farm; Fay Kellogg, daughter, W F age 14 S WI-WI-NY, not employed outside home; Lottie Kellogg, daughter W F age 10 S WI-WI-NY, not employed outside home; Hazel Kellogg, daughter F W age 5 S WI-WI-NY, not employed outside home.
  3. [S779] 1900 US Census, Davidson Co., Tennessee, populationi schedule, Tiffany, ED 98, SD 9, Sheet 1A and B, p 244 (stamped) Dwelling 11, Household 11, 1 June 1900 - Elmer Kellogg, head W M born Nov 1861 age 38, mar 19 years, WI-NY-GER Farmer, can read-write-speak English, O-M-F #13 on Farm schedule; Etta M Kellogg, wife, W F born Sep 1863 age 36 Mar 19 years, mother of 9 children, 8 living children NY-NY-NY; Sidney A Kellogg, son, W M born Mar 1881, age 19 S WI-WI-NY, farm laborer; Lionel H Kellogg, son W M born jan 1884 age 16 S WI-WI-NY, farm laborer; Josephine M Kellogg, daughter, W F born Dec 1886, age 13 S WI-WI-NY; Herbert C Kellogg, son W M born Sep 1889 age 10 S WI-WI-NY; Rue M. Kellogg, daughter W F boron Jun e1891 age 8 S WI-WI-NY; Roland R Kellogg, son, W M born Oct 1893, age 6 WI-WI-NY; Fay M Kellogg, daughter, W F born Apr 1895 WI-WI-NY; Lottie B Kellogg, daughter, W F born Apr 1900 age 1 month WI-WI-NY.
  4. [S778] 1910 US Census, Davidson Co., Tennessee, populationi schedule, Tiffany, ED 130, SD 10, Sheet 10B and 11A, Dwelling 204, Household 207, 4 May 1910 - Elmer E Kellogg, head M W age 48, M1, mar 29 years, WI-NY-GER, native English speaker, Farmer on general farm, O-F-F; Ettie Kellogg, wife, F W age 45, M1, mar 29 years, mother of 10 children, 9 children living NY-NY-NY, native English speaker, not employed outside home; Sidney Kellogg, son, M W age 29 S WI-WI-NY Farm laborer on home farm; Herbert Kellogg, son M W age 21 S WI-WI-NY English speaker, farm laborer on home farm; Rul Kellogg, daughter, F W age 18 S WI-WI-NY teacher in rural school; Roland Kellogg, son, N W age 16 S WI-WI-NY English speaker, farm laborer on home farm; Fay Kellogg, daughter, W F age 14 S WI-WI-NY, not employed outside home; Lottie Kellogg, daughter W F age 10 S WI-WI-NY, not employed outside home; Hazel Kellogg, daughter F W age 5 S WI-WI-NY, not employed outside home.

Ettie Forward1

F
Last Edited20 Mar 2011
     Ettie Forward married Elmer E Kellogg; presumed marriage. Ettie Forward was born at Wisconsin.1

Family

Elmer E Kellogg
Children

Citations

  1. [S569] Unknown author, California Death Index @ vitalsearch.com, Aaby, Faye Marian female born 22 Apr 1895 WI; died 30 Sep 1982 Tuolumne Co., age 87. Mother's maiden name - Forward; father's surname Kellogg. SSN 5008-22-8965.
  2. [S778] 1910 US Census, Davidson Co., Tennessee, populationi schedule, Tiffany, ED 130, SD 10, Sheet 10B and 11A, Dwelling 204, Household 207, 4 May 1910 - Elmer E Kellogg, head M W age 48, M1, mar 29 years, WI-NY-GER, native English speaker, Farmer on general farm, O-F-F; Ettie Kellogg, wife, F W age 45, M1, mar 29 years, mother of 10 children, 9 children living NY-NY-NY, native English speaker, not employed outside home; Sidney Kellogg, son, M W age 29 S WI-WI-NY Farm laborer on home farm; Herbert Kellogg, son M 2 age 21 S WI-WI-NY English speaker, farm laborer on home farm; Rul Kellogg, daughter, F W age 18 S WI-WI-NY teacher in rural school; Roland Kellogg, son, N W age 16 S WI-WI-NY English speaker, farm laborer on home farm; Fay Kellogg, daughter, W F age 14 S WI-WI-NY, not employed outside home; Lottie Kellogg, daughter W F age 10 S WI-WI-NY, not employed outside home; Hazel Kellogg, daughter F W age 5 S WI-WI-NY, not employed outside home.
  3. [S779] 1900 US Census, Davidson Co., Tennessee, populationi schedule, Tiffany, ED 98, SD 9, Sheet 1A and B, p 244 (stamped) Dwelling 11, Household 11, 1 June 1900 - Elmer Kellogg, head W M born Nov 1861 age 38, mar 19 years, WI-NY-GER Farmer, can read-write-speak English, O-M-F #13 on Farm schedule; Etta M Kellogg, wife, W F born Sep 1863 age 36 Mar 19 years, mother of 9 children, 8 living children NY-NY-NY; Sidney A Kellogg, son, W M born Mar 1881, age 19 S WI-WI-NY, farm laborer; Lionel H Kellogg, son W M born jan 1884 age 16 S WI-WI-NY, farm laborer; Josephine M Kellogg, daughter, W F born Dec 1886, age 13 S WI-WI-NY; Herbert C Kellogg, son W M born Sep 1889 age 10 S WI-WI-NY; Rue M. Kellogg, daughter W F boron Jun e1891 age 8 S WI-WI-NY; Roland R Kellogg, son, W M born Oct 1893, age 6 WI-WI-NY; Fay M Kellogg, daughter, W F born Apr 1895 WI-WI-NY; Lottie B Kellogg, daughter, W F born Apr 1900 age 1 month WI-WI-NY.
  4. [S778] 1910 US Census, Davidson Co., Tennessee, populationi schedule, Tiffany, ED 130, SD 10, Sheet 10B and 11A, Dwelling 204, Household 207, 4 May 1910 - Elmer E Kellogg, head M W age 48, M1, mar 29 years, WI-NY-GER, native English speaker, Farmer on general farm, O-F-F; Ettie Kellogg, wife, F W age 45, M1, mar 29 years, mother of 10 children, 9 children living NY-NY-NY, native English speaker, not employed outside home; Sidney Kellogg, son, M W age 29 S WI-WI-NY Farm laborer on home farm; Herbert Kellogg, son M W age 21 S WI-WI-NY English speaker, farm laborer on home farm; Rul Kellogg, daughter, F W age 18 S WI-WI-NY teacher in rural school; Roland Kellogg, son, N W age 16 S WI-WI-NY English speaker, farm laborer on home farm; Fay Kellogg, daughter, W F age 14 S WI-WI-NY, not employed outside home; Lottie Kellogg, daughter W F age 10 S WI-WI-NY, not employed outside home; Hazel Kellogg, daughter F W age 5 S WI-WI-NY, not employed outside home.

Olga Unterseher1

F, b. 7 June 1917, d. after 1942
FatherJohn A Unterseher2 b. c 1885
MotherMrs. Katrina Unterseher3 b. c 1887
Last Edited13 Mar 2015
     Olga Unterseher was born on 7 June 1917 at Bowden, North Dakota.4 She was the daughter of John A Unterseher and Mrs. Katrina Unterseher.2,3 Olga Unterseher married Maynard Faye Aaby, son of Ebb C. Aaby and Faye M. (Kellogg) Aaby, in 1942 at Lancaster Co., Nebraska.5 Olga Unterseher died after 1942; Guesstimate.

Family

Maynard Faye Aaby b. 27 Apr 1919, d. 17 Apr 1984

Citations

  1. [S770] Gleaner, online www.gleaneronline.org, http://www.gleaneronline.org/102/11/33665.html
    UNTERSEHER—Jonathan, 99; born July 20, 1908, Bowden, N.D.; died Sept. 21, 2007, Forest Grove, Ore. Surviving: sons, John, Gresham, Ore.; Krim, Forest Grove; stepson, Dean Dixby, Orlando, Fla.; daughter, Donna Teed, Olds, Alberta, Canada; stepdaughters, Joan Kemmerer, Dalles, Ore.; Bonnie McGuire, Waimanalo, Hawaii; brother, Elmer, Forest Grove; sisters, Olga Aaby, Lodi, Calif.; Florence Nielsen and Lillian Nielsen, both of Lincoln, Neb.; 15 grandchildren and 9 great-grandchildren.
  2. [S772] 1920 US Census, Ziebach Co., South Dakota, population schedule, Twp 15 Range 20, ED 217, SD 3, Sheet 6B, Dwekking 97, Household 97, 17 Feb 1920 - John A Unterseher, head O F M W age 35 Mar to US 1897, Papers Submitted, can read and write, RUS-RUS-RUS (native Russian speaker) Farmer, No 87 on Farm Schedule; Katrine Unterseher, wife F W age 33 Mar, Alien, SD-RUS-RUS; Jonathan Unterseher, son, M W age 10 S in school, ND-RUS-SD; Alfredl Unterseher, son M W age 8 S in school, ND-RUS-SD; Edwin Unterseher, son, M W age 6 S in school, ND-RUS-SD; Florence Unterseher, daughter F W age 5 S, ND-RUS-RUS (sic); Olga Unterseher, daughter, F W age 2 S, ND-RUS-RUS (sic); Olivia, daughter F W age 2 S, ND-RUS-RUS (sic); Wilmar, son M W agd 2 mos. S, SD-RUS-RUS (sic).
  3. [S772] 1920 US Census, Ziebach Co., South Dakota, population schedule, Twp 15 Range 20, ED 217, SD 3, Sheet 6B, Dwekking 97, Household 97, 17 Feb 1920 - John A Unterseher, head O F M W age 35 Mar to US 1897, Papers Submitted, can read and write, RUS-RUS-RUS (native Russian speaker) Farmer, No 87 on Farm Schedule; Katrine Unterseher, wife F W age 33 Mar, Alien, SD-RUS-RUS; Jonathan Unterseher, son, M W age 10 S in school, ND-RUS-SD; Alfredl Unterseher, son M W age 8 S in school, ND-RUS-SD; Edwin Unterseher, son, M W age 6 S in school, ND-RUS-SD; Florence Unterseher, daughter F W age 5 S, ND-RUS-RUS (sic); Olga Unterseher, daughter, F W age 2 S, ND-RUS-RUS (sic); Olivia, daughter F W age 2 S, ND-RUS-RUS (sic); Wilmar, son M W agd 2 mos. S, ND-RUS-RUS (sic).
  4. [S773] Lodi New Sentinel, 14 Sep 2002, unknown, Lodi News Sentinel, Lodi CA September 14, 2002: Olivia Unterscher Zweigle, 85, of Lodi, died Aug. 12 in a local convalescent hospital following a lengthy illness. She was born on June 7, 1917, in Bowden, ND. Mrs. Zweigle grew up in North and South Dakota, and Minnesota and moved to Harrisburg, Ore., with her parents when she was in her early 20s. She married Reuben Zweigle on July 4, 1948, in Lodi. The couple lived in Lodi, Eugene, Ore., and Clovis over the years. She is Survived by her daughter, Debbie Louise of Roseland, Virginia; brothers, Jonathan Unterseher of Dallas, Ore., and Elmer Unterseher of Forest Grove, Ore.; sisters, Florence Nielsen of St. Paul, Minn., Lillian Nielsen of Lincoln, Neb., and twin sister, Olga Aaby of Lodi.
  5. [S771] Lancaster Co NE Marriages 1939-1946, online http://lancaster.ancestralwhispers.com/marriages/1939-1940s/…, Lancaster Co., Nebraska, Marriages, Book 76, Document 351 - Groom: AABY, MAYNARD FAYETTE Bride: UNTERSEHER, OLGA LOUISE      Date: 1942.

Mrs. Katrina Unterseher1

F, b. circa 1887
Last Edited3 Nov 2013
     Mrs. Katrina Unterseher was born circa 1887 at South Dakota.1 She married John A Unterseher circa 1905; presumed marriage, likely in South Dakota.

Family

John A Unterseher b. c 1885
Children

Citations

  1. [S772] 1920 US Census, Ziebach Co., South Dakota, population schedule, Twp 15 Range 20, ED 217, SD 3, Sheet 6B, Dwekking 97, Household 97, 17 Feb 1920 - John A Unterseher, head O F M W age 35 Mar to US 1897, Papers Submitted, can read and write, RUS-RUS-RUS (native Russian speaker) Farmer, No 87 on Farm Schedule; Katrine Unterseher, wife F W age 33 Mar, Alien, SD-RUS-RUS; Jonathan Unterseher, son, M W age 10 S in school, ND-RUS-SD; Alfredl Unterseher, son M W age 8 S in school, ND-RUS-SD; Edwin Unterseher, son, M W age 6 S in school, ND-RUS-SD; Florence Unterseher, daughter F W age 5 S, ND-RUS-RUS (sic); Olga Unterseher, daughter, F W age 2 S, ND-RUS-RUS (sic); Olivia, daughter F W age 2 S, ND-RUS-RUS (sic); Wilmar, son M W agd 2 mos. S, ND-RUS-RUS (sic).
  2. [S774] 1910 US Census, Wells Co., North Dakota, population schedule, Lincoln Twp, ED 206, SD , Sheet 10A, p 42 (stamped), Dwelling 136, Household 137, 4 May 1910 - John Unterseher, head M w age 25, Mar 5 years, RUS-RUS-RUS speaks English, can read and write, Farmer, home farm, No 13 on Farm Schedule; Catherine Unterseher, F W age 23 years, Marr 5 years, mother of 2 children, both living, SD-RUS/Ger-RUS/Ger, can speak English, not employed outside home; Ottile Unterseher, daughter F W age 3 S ND-RUS-SD; Jonathan Unterseher, son M W age 1 yr 9 mos S ND-RUS-SD.
  3. [S772] 1920 US Census, Ziebach Co., South Dakota, population schedule, Twp 15 Range 20, ED 217, SD 3, Sheet 6B, Dwekking 97, Household 97, 17 Feb 1920 - John A Unterseher, head O F M W age 35 Mar to US 1897, Papers Submitted, can read and write, RUS-RUS-RUS (native Russian speaker) Farmer, No 87 on Farm Schedule; Katrina Unterseher, wife F W age 33 Mar, Alien, SD-RUS-RUS; Jonathan Unterseher, son, M W age 10 S in school, ND-RUS-SD; Alfred Unterseher, son M W age 8 S in school, ND-RUS-SD; Edwin Unterseher, son, M W age 6 S in school, ND-RUS-SD; Florence Unterseher, daughter F W age 5 S, ND-RUS-RUS (sic); Olga Unterseher, daughter, F W age 2 S, ND-RUS-RUS (sic); Olivia, daughter F W age 2 S, ND-RUS-RUS (sic); Wilmar, son M W agd 2 mos. S, SD-RUS-RUS (sic).
  4. [S773] Lodi New Sentinel, 14 Sep 2002, unknown, Lodi News Sentinel, Lodi CA September 14, 2002: Olivia Unterscher Zweigle, 85, of Lodi, died Aug. 12 in a local convalescent hospital following a lengthy illness. She was born on June 7, 1917, in Bowden, ND. Mrs. Zweigle grew up in North and South Dakota, and Minnesota and moved to Harrisburg, Ore., with her parents when she was in her early 20s. She married Reuben Zweigle on July 4, 1948, in Lodi. The couple lived in Lodi, Eugene, Ore., and Clovis over the years. She is Survived by her daughter, Debbie Louise of Roseland, Virginia; brothers, Jonathan Unterseher of Dallas, Ore., and Elmer Unterseher of Forest Grove, Ore.; sisters, Florence Nielsen of St. Paul, Minn., Lillian Nielsen of Lincoln, Neb., and twin sister, Olga Aaby of Lodi.
  5. [S776] 1930 US Census, Ziebach Co., South Dakota, population schedule, Twp 15 Range 20, ED 69-40, SD 2 Indian, Sheet 2A, p. 304 (stamped), Dwelling 28, Household 29, 18 Apr 1930 - John Unterseher, head O $1000 R yes M W age 45, Mar, first married at 22, RUS-GER-GER Native German speaker, to US 1887, Naturalized, farmer, not a veteran, #24 on Farm Schedule; Katherinei Unterseher, wife, F W age 44, Mar, first mar at 20, SD-RUS-RUS; Alfred Unterseher, son, M W age 19 S ND-RUS-SD; Edwin Unterseher, son M W age 17 S ND-RUS-SD; Florence Unterseher, daugher F W age 15 S ND-RUS-SD; [next page] Olga Unterseher, daughter F W age 12 S ND-RUS-SD; Olivia Unterseher, daughter F W age 12, S ND-RUS-SD; Wilmer Unterseher, son M W age 10 S SD-RUS-SD; Lillian Unterseher, daughter F W age 7, SD-RUS-SD; Walter Unterseher, son, M W age 4 SD-RUS-SD; Elmer Unterseher, son, MW age 2 S SD-RUS-SD.

John A Unterseher1

M, b. circa 1885
Last Edited3 Nov 2013
     John A Unterseher was born circa 1885 at Russia.1 He married Mrs. Katrina Unterseher circa 1905; presumed marriage, likely in South Dakota.

Family

Mrs. Katrina Unterseher b. c 1887
Children

Citations

  1. [S772] 1920 US Census, Ziebach Co., South Dakota, population schedule, Twp 15 Range 20, ED 217, SD 3, Sheet 6B, Dwekking 97, Household 97, 17 Feb 1920 - John A Unterseher, head O F M W age 35 Mar to US 1897, Papers Submitted, can read and write, RUS-RUS-RUS (native Russian speaker) Farmer, No 87 on Farm Schedule; Katrine Unterseher, wife F W age 33 Mar, Alien, SD-RUS-RUS; Jonathan Unterseher, son, M W age 10 S in school, ND-RUS-SD; Alfredl Unterseher, son M W age 8 S in school, ND-RUS-SD; Edwin Unterseher, son, M W age 6 S in school, ND-RUS-SD; Florence Unterseher, daughter F W age 5 S, ND-RUS-RUS (sic); Olga Unterseher, daughter, F W age 2 S, ND-RUS-RUS (sic); Olivia, daughter F W age 2 S, ND-RUS-RUS (sic); Wilmar, son M W agd 2 mos. S, ND-RUS-RUS (sic).
  2. [S774] 1910 US Census, Wells Co., North Dakota, population schedule, Lincoln Twp, ED 206, SD , Sheet 10A, p 42 (stamped), Dwelling 136, Household 137, 4 May 1910 - John Unterseher, head M w age 25, Mar 5 years, RUS-RUS-RUS speaks English, can read and write, Farmer, home farm, No 13 on Farm Schedule; Catherine Unterseher, F W age 23 years, Marr 5 years, mother of 2 children, both living, SD-RUS/Ger-RUS/Ger, can speak English, not employed outside home; Ottile Unterseher, daughter F W age 3 S ND-RUS-SD; Jonathan Unterseher, son M W age 1 yr 9 mos S ND-RUS-SD.
  3. [S772] 1920 US Census, Ziebach Co., South Dakota, population schedule, Twp 15 Range 20, ED 217, SD 3, Sheet 6B, Dwekking 97, Household 97, 17 Feb 1920 - John A Unterseher, head O F M W age 35 Mar to US 1897, Papers Submitted, can read and write, RUS-RUS-RUS (native Russian speaker) Farmer, No 87 on Farm Schedule; Katrina Unterseher, wife F W age 33 Mar, Alien, SD-RUS-RUS; Jonathan Unterseher, son, M W age 10 S in school, ND-RUS-SD; Alfred Unterseher, son M W age 8 S in school, ND-RUS-SD; Edwin Unterseher, son, M W age 6 S in school, ND-RUS-SD; Florence Unterseher, daughter F W age 5 S, ND-RUS-RUS (sic); Olga Unterseher, daughter, F W age 2 S, ND-RUS-RUS (sic); Olivia, daughter F W age 2 S, ND-RUS-RUS (sic); Wilmar, son M W agd 2 mos. S, SD-RUS-RUS (sic).
  4. [S772] 1920 US Census, Ziebach Co., South Dakota, population schedule, Twp 15 Range 20, ED 217, SD 3, Sheet 6B, Dwekking 97, Household 97, 17 Feb 1920 - John A Unterseher, head O F M W age 35 Mar to US 1897, Papers Submitted, can read and write, RUS-RUS-RUS (native Russian speaker) Farmer, No 87 on Farm Schedule; Katrine Unterseher, wife F W age 33 Mar, Alien, SD-RUS-RUS; Jonathan Unterseher, son, M W age 10 S in school, ND-RUS-SD; Alfredl Unterseher, son M W age 8 S in school, ND-RUS-SD; Edwin Unterseher, son, M W age 6 S in school, ND-RUS-SD; Florence Unterseher, daughter F W age 5 S, ND-RUS-RUS (sic); Olga Unterseher, daughter, F W age 2 S, ND-RUS-RUS (sic); Olivia, daughter F W age 2 S, ND-RUS-RUS (sic); Wilmar, son M W agd 2 mos. S, SD-RUS-RUS (sic).
  5. [S773] Lodi New Sentinel, 14 Sep 2002, unknown, Lodi News Sentinel, Lodi CA September 14, 2002: Olivia Unterscher Zweigle, 85, of Lodi, died Aug. 12 in a local convalescent hospital following a lengthy illness. She was born on June 7, 1917, in Bowden, ND. Mrs. Zweigle grew up in North and South Dakota, and Minnesota and moved to Harrisburg, Ore., with her parents when she was in her early 20s. She married Reuben Zweigle on July 4, 1948, in Lodi. The couple lived in Lodi, Eugene, Ore., and Clovis over the years. She is Survived by her daughter, Debbie Louise of Roseland, Virginia; brothers, Jonathan Unterseher of Dallas, Ore., and Elmer Unterseher of Forest Grove, Ore.; sisters, Florence Nielsen of St. Paul, Minn., Lillian Nielsen of Lincoln, Neb., and twin sister, Olga Aaby of Lodi.
  6. [S776] 1930 US Census, Ziebach Co., South Dakota, population schedule, Twp 15 Range 20, ED 69-40, SD 2 Indian, Sheet 2A, p. 304 (stamped), Dwelling 28, Household 29, 18 Apr 1930 - John Unterseher, head O $1000 R yes M W age 45, Mar, first married at 22, RUS-GER-GER Native German speaker, to US 1887, Naturalized, farmer, not a veteran, #24 on Farm Schedule; Katherinei Unterseher, wife, F W age 44, Mar, first mar at 20, SD-RUS-RUS; Alfred Unterseher, son, M W age 19 S ND-RUS-SD; Edwin Unterseher, son M W age 17 S ND-RUS-SD; Florence Unterseher, daugher F W age 15 S ND-RUS-SD; [next page] Olga Unterseher, daughter F W age 12 S ND-RUS-SD; Olivia Unterseher, daughter F W age 12, S ND-RUS-SD; Wilmer Unterseher, son M W age 10 S SD-RUS-SD; Lillian Unterseher, daughter F W age 7, SD-RUS-SD; Walter Unterseher, son, M W age 4 SD-RUS-SD; Elmer Unterseher, son, MW age 2 S SD-RUS-SD.

Olivia (Unterseher) Zweigle1

F, b. 7 June 1917, d. 12 August 2002
FatherJohn A Unterseher1 b. c 1885
MotherMrs. Katrina Unterseher1 b. c 1887
Last Edited24 Aug 2015
     Olivia (Unterseher) Zweigle was born on 7 June 1917 at Bowden, North Dakota.1 She was the daughter of John A Unterseher and Mrs. Katrina Unterseher.1 Olivia (Unterseher) Zweigle married Ruben Zweigle on 4 July 1948 at Lodi, San Joaquin Co., California.1 Olivia (Unterseher) Zweigle died on 12 August 2002 at Lodi, San Joaquin Co., California, at age 85.1

Family

Ruben Zweigle b. 1910, d. 1998

Citations

  1. [S773] Lodi New Sentinel, 14 Sep 2002, unknown, Lodi News Sentinel, Lodi CA September 14, 2002: Olivia Unterscher Zweigle, 85, of Lodi, died Aug. 12 in a local convalescent hospital following a lengthy illness. She was born on June 7, 1917, in Bowden, ND. Mrs. Zweigle grew up in North and South Dakota, and Minnesota and moved to Harrisburg, Ore., with her parents when she was in her early 20s. She married Reuben Zweigle on July 4, 1948, in Lodi. The couple lived in Lodi, Eugene, Ore., and Clovis over the years. She is Survived by her daughter, Debbie Louise of Roseland, Virginia; brothers, Jonathan Unterseher of Dallas, Ore., and Elmer Unterseher of Forest Grove, Ore.; sisters, Florence Nielsen of St. Paul, Minn., Lillian Nielsen of Lincoln, Neb., and twin sister, Olga Aaby of Lodi.

Jonathan Unterseher1

M, b. 20 July 1908, d. 21 September 2007
FatherJohn A Unterseher1 b. c 1885
MotherMrs. Katrina Unterseher1 b. c 1887
Last Edited26 Jun 2009
     Jonathan Unterseher was born on 20 July 1908 at Bowden, North Dakota.2,1 He was the son of John A Unterseher and Mrs. Katrina Unterseher.1 Jonathan Unterseher died on 21 September 2007 at Forest Grove, Oregon, at age 99.2

Citations

  1. [S772] 1920 US Census, Ziebach Co., South Dakota, population schedule, Twp 15 Range 20, ED 217, SD 3, Sheet 6B, Dwekking 97, Household 97, 17 Feb 1920 - John A Unterseher, head O F M W age 35 Mar to US 1897, Papers Submitted, can read and write, RUS-RUS-RUS (native Russian speaker) Farmer, No 87 on Farm Schedule; Katrina Unterseher, wife F W age 33 Mar, Alien, SD-RUS-RUS; Jonathan Unterseher, son, M W age 10 S in school, ND-RUS-SD; Alfred Unterseher, son M W age 8 S in school, ND-RUS-SD; Edwin Unterseher, son, M W age 6 S in school, ND-RUS-SD; Florence Unterseher, daughter F W age 5 S, ND-RUS-RUS (sic); Olga Unterseher, daughter, F W age 2 S, ND-RUS-RUS (sic); Olivia, daughter F W age 2 S, ND-RUS-RUS (sic); Wilmar, son M W agd 2 mos. S, SD-RUS-RUS (sic).
  2. [S770] Gleaner, online www.gleaneronline.org, http://www.gleaneronline.org/102/11/33665.html
    UNTERSEHER—Jonathan, 99; born July 20, 1908, Bowden, N.D.; died Sept. 21, 2007, Forest Grove, Ore. Surviving: sons, John, Gresham, Ore.; Krim, Forest Grove; stepson, Dean Dixby, Orlando, Fla.; daughter, Donna Teed, Olds, Alberta, Canada; stepdaughters, Joan Kemmerer, Dalles, Ore.; Bonnie McGuire, Waimanalo, Hawaii; brother, Elmer, Forest Grove; sisters, Olga Aaby, Lodi, Calif.; Florence Nielsen and Lillian Nielsen, both of Lincoln, Neb.; 15 grandchildren and 9 great-grandchildren.

Alfred Unterseher1

M, b. 7 July 1910, d. 18 March 1993
FatherJohn A Unterseher1 b. c 1885
MotherMrs. Katrina Unterseher1 b. c 1887
Last Edited26 Jun 2009
     Alfred Unterseher was born on 7 July 1910 at North Dakota; Wilamette National Cemetery, Portland,Multnomah Co., Oregon -- Unterseher, Alfred Edward, b. 07/07/1910, d. 03/18/1993, PFC USA, Plot: Q 754, bur. 03/22/1993, *.1 He was the son of John A Unterseher and Mrs. Katrina Unterseher.1 Alfred Unterseher died on 18 March 1993 at age 82; Wilamette National Cemetery, Portland,Multnomah Co., Oregon -- Unterseher, Alfred Edward, b. 07/07/1910, d. 03/18/1993, PFC USA, Plot: Q 754, bur. 03/22/1993, *.

Citations

  1. [S772] 1920 US Census, Ziebach Co., South Dakota, population schedule, Twp 15 Range 20, ED 217, SD 3, Sheet 6B, Dwekking 97, Household 97, 17 Feb 1920 - John A Unterseher, head O F M W age 35 Mar to US 1897, Papers Submitted, can read and write, RUS-RUS-RUS (native Russian speaker) Farmer, No 87 on Farm Schedule; Katrina Unterseher, wife F W age 33 Mar, Alien, SD-RUS-RUS; Jonathan Unterseher, son, M W age 10 S in school, ND-RUS-SD; Alfred Unterseher, son M W age 8 S in school, ND-RUS-SD; Edwin Unterseher, son, M W age 6 S in school, ND-RUS-SD; Florence Unterseher, daughter F W age 5 S, ND-RUS-RUS (sic); Olga Unterseher, daughter, F W age 2 S, ND-RUS-RUS (sic); Olivia, daughter F W age 2 S, ND-RUS-RUS (sic); Wilmar, son M W agd 2 mos. S, SD-RUS-RUS (sic).

Edwin Unterseher1

M, b. 7 August 1912, d. 13 September 1996
FatherJohn A Unterseher1 b. c 1885
MotherMrs. Katrina Unterseher1 b. c 1887
Last Edited3 Nov 2013
     Edwin Unterseher was born on 7 August 1912 at Bowden, North Dakota.1,2 He was the son of John A Unterseher and Mrs. Katrina Unterseher.1 Edwin Unterseher died on 13 September 1996 at Linn, Oregon, at age 84.2

Citations

  1. [S772] 1920 US Census, Ziebach Co., South Dakota, population schedule, Twp 15 Range 20, ED 217, SD 3, Sheet 6B, Dwekking 97, Household 97, 17 Feb 1920 - John A Unterseher, head O F M W age 35 Mar to US 1897, Papers Submitted, can read and write, RUS-RUS-RUS (native Russian speaker) Farmer, No 87 on Farm Schedule; Katrina Unterseher, wife F W age 33 Mar, Alien, SD-RUS-RUS; Jonathan Unterseher, son, M W age 10 S in school, ND-RUS-SD; Alfred Unterseher, son M W age 8 S in school, ND-RUS-SD; Edwin Unterseher, son, M W age 6 S in school, ND-RUS-SD; Florence Unterseher, daughter F W age 5 S, ND-RUS-RUS (sic); Olga Unterseher, daughter, F W age 2 S, ND-RUS-RUS (sic); Olivia, daughter F W age 2 S, ND-RUS-RUS (sic); Wilmar, son M W agd 2 mos. S, SD-RUS-RUS (sic).
  2. [S775] "imissmontana", Dec 2006, Public Member Tree at Ancestry.com, Unterseher Family Tree - Edwin Unterseher born 7 Aug 1912 Bowden ND, died 13 Sep 1996 Linn, OR. Cites Oregon Death Index, 1903-1998: Unterseher, Edwin died Linn Co. 13 Sep 1996 Cert No. 96-20454, age 84 years, born 7 Aug 1912. Spouse Hazel.

Wilmer Unterseher1

M, b. 11 December 1919, d. 7 January 2001
FatherJohn A Unterseher1 b. c 1885
MotherMrs. Katrina Unterseher1 b. c 1887
Last Edited26 Jun 2009
     Wilmer Unterseher was born on 11 December 1919 at South Dakota.1,2 He was the son of John A Unterseher and Mrs. Katrina Unterseher.1 Wilmer Unterseher died on 7 January 2001 at Walla Walla Co., Washington, at age 81.2

Citations

  1. [S772] 1920 US Census, Ziebach Co., South Dakota, population schedule, Twp 15 Range 20, ED 217, SD 3, Sheet 6B, Dwekking 97, Household 97, 17 Feb 1920 - John A Unterseher, head O F M W age 35 Mar to US 1897, Papers Submitted, can read and write, RUS-RUS-RUS (native Russian speaker) Farmer, No 87 on Farm Schedule; Katrina Unterseher, wife F W age 33 Mar, Alien, SD-RUS-RUS; Jonathan Unterseher, son, M W age 10 S in school, ND-RUS-SD; Alfred Unterseher, son M W age 8 S in school, ND-RUS-SD; Edwin Unterseher, son, M W age 6 S in school, ND-RUS-SD; Florence Unterseher, daughter F W age 5 S, ND-RUS-RUS (sic); Olga Unterseher, daughter, F W age 2 S, ND-RUS-RUS (sic); Olivia, daughter F W age 2 S, ND-RUS-RUS (sic); Wilmar, son M W agd 2 mos. S, SD-RUS-RUS (sic).
  2. [S8] SSDI, Wilmer L. Unterseher, male, SSN 541-32-7381, Last Residence: 99324 College Place, Walla Walla, Washington, United States of America, Born: 11 Dec 1919, Died:     7 Jan 2001 State (Year) SSN issued:     Oregon (Before 1951).