Hazel Martina Elizabeth (Lindquist) Bonander1

F, b. 1905, d. 1998
Last Edited1 Jul 2014
     Hazel Martina Elizabeth (Lindquist) Bonander married John Samuel Bonander.1 Hazel Martina Elizabeth (Lindquist) Bonander was born in 1905 at California.1 She died in 1998.1

Family

John Samuel Bonander b. 22 Mar 1900, d. 13 Sep 1978
Child

Citations

  1. [S2455] 1940 US Census, unknown repository address, population schedule, Kingsburg, ED 10-128, SD 9, Sheet 4-B (page nnn stamped), Dwelling, HOusehold, JOHN BONANDER, head, male white age 40 years, married, born Minnesota, self employed trucker offering general trucking, worked 40 weeks in previous year, has outside income; HAZEL BONANDER, wife, white female age 34 years, born California, not employed, works at housework; JOYCE BONANDER, daughter, white female age 14 years born California; RAMONA BONANDER, daughter, white female age 10 years born California; JOHN KEITH BONANDER, son, white male age 8 years, born California; WANDA BONANDER, Daughter, white female age 5 years, born California.

Lewis A Leigh1

M
Last Edited2 Jul 2014
     Lewis A Leigh married Caroline (Breckenmaker) Leigh before 1916.

Family

Caroline (Breckenmaker) Leigh
Child

Citations

  1. [S1401] Union Democrat, 01 Mar 2004, Online Edition, Fred A. Leigh October 26, 1916 - January 25, 2004
    Former Greeley Hill resident Fred A. Leigh, age 87, of Ventura, passed away, January 25, peacefully at his home after a long illness. He was born on a homestead in Montana to Lewis A. Leigh and Caroline Breckenmaker Leigh on October 26, 1916.
    He was a printer all his life. He and his wife, Velma, owned and operated The Leigh World, a newspaper in Nebraska. They moved to Ventura in 1956 and soon he had his own print shop there. when they retired they moved to their mountain home by Yosemite. He was active in many community affairs. He was president of the Greeley Hill Community Club and helped build the senior annex building. Fred was always ready to lend a helping hand.
    He served in the 84th Infantry Division in World War II as a machine gunner and received the Bronze Star. Until the last three years he had only missed three of the yearly conventions of the Railsplitters Society since the war ended. He also served as president of the National Society and attended many of the California chapters meetings and get togethers. He is a past commander of the American Legion of Ventura, Post 339.
    Fred and Velma arrived in Greeley Hill circa 1972 and returned to Ventura about 1992 due to ill health.
    Fred loved Greeley Hill and was always on the look-out for items that the community could use. the past chairs in the Community Hall came from Ventura as well as the bingo board and supplied needed for bingo. The long couch along the wall also came from Ventura.
    Fred was also active in the Northside Ambulance Association and did what he could for the Greeley Hill Volunteer Fire Department.
    He was a "Mr. Fixit" around the house and loved to travel and have barbecues. He had a good sense of humor and will be dearly missed. He will always be in our hearts.
    He is survived by his daughter, Nona Belle Jensen; grandsons, Randy and Rick Jensen; great-grandchildren; and great-great-grandchildren.
    He was preceded in death by his wife, Velma, his son, David, one brother, three sisters and son-in-law, Albert Jr. Jensen.
    Services were held and burial was in Elkton, So. Dakota.

Caroline (Breckenmaker) Leigh1

F
Last Edited2 Jul 2014
     Caroline (Breckenmaker) Leigh married Lewis A Leigh before 1916.

Family

Lewis A Leigh
Child

Citations

  1. [S1401] Union Democrat, 01 Mar 2004, Online Edition, Fred A. Leigh October 26, 1916 - January 25, 2004
    Former Greeley Hill resident Fred A. Leigh, age 87, of Ventura, passed away, January 25, peacefully at his home after a long illness. He was born on a homestead in Montana to Lewis A. Leigh and Caroline Breckenmaker Leigh on October 26, 1916.
    He was a printer all his life. He and his wife, Velma, owned and operated The Leigh World, a newspaper in Nebraska. They moved to Ventura in 1956 and soon he had his own print shop there. when they retired they moved to their mountain home by Yosemite. He was active in many community affairs. He was president of the Greeley Hill Community Club and helped build the senior annex building. Fred was always ready to lend a helping hand.
    He served in the 84th Infantry Division in World War II as a machine gunner and received the Bronze Star. Until the last three years he had only missed three of the yearly conventions of the Railsplitters Society since the war ended. He also served as president of the National Society and attended many of the California chapters meetings and get togethers. He is a past commander of the American Legion of Ventura, Post 339.
    Fred and Velma arrived in Greeley Hill circa 1972 and returned to Ventura about 1992 due to ill health.
    Fred loved Greeley Hill and was always on the look-out for items that the community could use. the past chairs in the Community Hall came from Ventura as well as the bingo board and supplied needed for bingo. The long couch along the wall also came from Ventura.
    Fred was also active in the Northside Ambulance Association and did what he could for the Greeley Hill Volunteer Fire Department.
    He was a "Mr. Fixit" around the house and loved to travel and have barbecues. He had a good sense of humor and will be dearly missed. He will always be in our hearts.
    He is survived by his daughter, Nona Belle Jensen; grandsons, Randy and Rick Jensen; great-grandchildren; and great-great-grandchildren.
    He was preceded in death by his wife, Velma, his son, David, one brother, three sisters and son-in-law, Albert Jr. Jensen.
    Services were held and burial was in Elkton, So. Dakota.

Martin Tresidder1

M, b. circa 1898
Last Edited2 Aug 2014
     Martin Tresidder was born circa 1898 at California.2 He married Lillian (Smith) Tresidder on 17 June 1922 at Mariposa, Mariposa Co., California.3

Family

Lillian (Smith) Tresidder
Children

Citations

  1. [S2458] Union Democrat, 12 Jan 2010, online, MEAGHER -- June Meagher, 86, of Mariposa, died Saturday at at Mariposa hospital. Ivers and Calorn Funeral Home ini Merced is handling arrangements.
  2. [S2461] 1930 US Census, unknown repository address, population schedule, Mariposa, ED 6, SD 4, Sheet 1-B (page nnn stamped), Dwelling 16, Household 18, 12 Apr 1930, Mariposa Town - MARTIN T TRESIDDER, head, rents house for $10/mo, has radio, not a farm, Male age 31 years, married, first married at 22, can read and write, born California, both parents born England, speaks English, superintendent in a gold mine, worker, gainfully employed, Veteran of World War I; LILLIAN F TRESIDDER, wife, F age 28 years, married, can read and write, born California, father born Missouri, mother born Arizona, speaks English, not employed; JUNE M TRESIDDER, daughter, female white age 7 years, born California, both parents born California; ELEANOR M TRESIDDER, daughter, female white age 5 years, born California, both parents born California; MARTIN T TRESIDDER Jr. son, male age 3 years 8 mos, born California, both parents born California; CHARLES L TRESIDDER, son, Male age 2 years 11 mos, born California, both parents born California; RICHARD E TRESIDDER, son, male age 3 mos, born California, both parents born California.
  3. [S358] Mariposa Gazette, Married at Mariposa, Saturday, June 17 1922, MARTIN TRESIDDER a native of California age 23; and LILLIAN F SMITH, a native of California age 22 years.
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    Mariposa Gazette, 24 June 1922 - POPULAR YOUNG COUPLE MARRIED AT MARIPOSA
    Last Saturday morning at 11 o'clock Miss Lillian Frances SMITH, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. Z. Smith of Yosemite and Martin TRESIDDER, eldest son of Mrs. Annie Tresidder of Mariposa, were quietly married in the M. E. parsonage at Mariposa, Revered F M Buck officiating. The ceremony was very private, only the groom's mother and other witnesses being present.
    The bride is one of Mariposa county's fairest and most charming daughters and, by her happy and congenial manner, has won a large circle of friends. The groom, a young man of the most sterling qualities, honest, upright and industrious, is just the kind that will make one of the best husbands. The many friends of both the young people join in extending to them sincere wishes for a long, happy and prosperous union. [reprinted at MariposaResearch.net, online Aug 2014]
  4. [S2457] Union Democrat, 31 July 2014, online edition, RICHARD TRESIDDER, 12 Jan 1930 - 8 July 2014
    Richard Tresidder passed away July 8 2014 at home from lung cancer. He was born in the old Mariposa Hospital on 12 Jan 1930 to Martin and Lillian Tresidder. ...
  5. [S2457] Union Democrat, 31 July 2014, online edition, RICHARD TRESIDDER, 12 Jan 1930 - 8 July 2014
    Richard Tresidder passed away July 8 2014 at home from lung cancer. He was born in the old Mariposa Hospital on 12 Jan 1930 to Martin and Lillian Tresidder. He graduated from Maripposa High School in 1948, entered the US Navy shortly after and spent 4 years during the Korean conflict. He was discharged in June 1952 and married his wife, Shirley, in 1955.
    Richard worked for the State Forestry in the summers during high school before starting his 30-year career with the City annd County of San Francsico as a surveyor on the Cherry Valley Dam Project during the 1950's.
    His family moved to Ahwahnee in 191165 and he commuted weekly to work in Moccasin until retiring in 1986. He lived in the Moccasin Bunkhouse for over 20 years, longer than any other emloyee; it was affectionately called "Cedro's Heartbreak Hotel" in his honor. He had many friends and co-workers working for Hetch Hetchy Water and Power.
    Rchard was preceded in death by his son Mark; two brothers and two sisters. He is survived by his wife Shirley; his brother Martin Tressider and wife Janet of Mariposa; sister Mary Smalley and her husband James of Mariposa; daughter Diana Williams, and a son Bruce Tresidder; grandchildren Dar Williams and Vickie Morgan, Chenise Williams Perry and husband, Robbie and Shayla Tresidder; great-grandchildre Dalila and Chloe Williams and Brylie Vaughn, and many nieces and nephews.
  6. [S2457] Union Democrat, 31 July 2014, online edition, RICHARD TRESIDDER, 12 Jan 1930 - 8 July 2014
    Richard Tresidder passed away July 8 2014 at home from lung cancer. He was born in the old Mariposa Hospital on 12 Jan 1930 to Martin and Lillian Tresidder. He graduated from Maripposa High School in 1948, entered the US Navy shortly after and spent 4 years during the Korean conflict. He was discharged in June 1952 and married his wife, Shirley, in 1955.
    Richard worked for the State Forestry in the summers during high school before starting his 30-year career with the City annd County of San Francsico as a surveyor on the Cherry Valley Dam Project during the 1950's.
    His family moved to Ahwahnee in 191165 and he commuted weekly to work in Moccasin until retiring in 1986. He lived in the Moccasin Bunkhouse for over 20 years, longer than any other emloyee; it was affectionately called "Cedro's Heartbreak Hotel" in his honor. He had many friends and co-workers working for Hetch Hetchy Water and Power.
    Rchard was preceded in death by his son Mark; two brothers and two sisters. He is survived by his wife Shirley; his brother Martin Tressier and wife Janet of Mariposa; sister Mary Smalley and her husband James of Mariposa; daughter Diana Williams, and a son Bruce Tresidder; grandchildren Dar Williams and Vickie Morgan, Chenise Williams Perry and husband, Robbie and Shayla Tresidder; great-grandchildre Dalila and Chloe Williams and Brylie Vaughn, and many nieces and nephews.

Lillian (Smith) Tresidder1

F
Last Edited2 Sep 2014
     Lillian (Smith) Tresidder married Martin Tresidder on 17 June 1922 at Mariposa, Mariposa Co., California.2

Family

Martin Tresidder b. c 1898
Children

Citations

  1. [S2457] Union Democrat, 31 July 2014, online edition, RICHARD TRESIDDER, 12 Jan 1930 - 8 July 2014
    Richard Tresidder passed away July 8 2014 at home from lung cancer. He was born in the old Mariposa Hospital on 12 Jan 1930 to Martin and Lillian Tresidder. ...
  2. [S358] Mariposa Gazette, Married at Mariposa, Saturday, June 17 1922, MARTIN TRESIDDER a native of California age 23; and LILLIAN F SMITH, a native of California age 22 years.
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    Mariposa Gazette, 24 June 1922 - POPULAR YOUNG COUPLE MARRIED AT MARIPOSA
    Last Saturday morning at 11 o'clock Miss Lillian Frances SMITH, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. Z. Smith of Yosemite and Martin TRESIDDER, eldest son of Mrs. Annie Tresidder of Mariposa, were quietly married in the M. E. parsonage at Mariposa, Revered F M Buck officiating. The ceremony was very private, only the groom's mother and other witnesses being present.
    The bride is one of Mariposa county's fairest and most charming daughters and, by her happy and congenial manner, has won a large circle of friends. The groom, a young man of the most sterling qualities, honest, upright and industrious, is just the kind that will make one of the best husbands. The many friends of both the young people join in extending to them sincere wishes for a long, happy and prosperous union. [reprinted at MariposaResearch.net, online Aug 2014]
  3. [S2461] 1930 US Census, unknown repository address, population schedule, Mariposa, ED 6, SD 4, Sheet 1-B (page nnn stamped), Dwelling 16, Household 18, 12 Apr 1930, Mariposa Town - MARTIN T TRESIDDER, head, rents house for $10/mo, has radio, not a farm, Male age 31 years, married, first married at 22, can read and write, born California, both parents born England, speaks English, superintendent in a gold mine, worker, gainfully employed, Veteran of World War I; LILLIAN F TRESIDDER, wife, F age 28 years, married, can read and write, born California, father born Missouri, mother born Arizona, speaks English, not employed; JUNE M TRESIDDER, daughter, female white age 7 years, born California, both parents born California; ELEANOR M TRESIDDER, daughter, female white age 5 years, born California, both parents born California; MARTIN T TRESIDDER Jr. son, male age 3 years 8 mos, born California, both parents born California; CHARLES L TRESIDDER, son, Male age 2 years 11 mos, born California, both parents born California; RICHARD E TRESIDDER, son, male age 3 mos, born California, both parents born California.
  4. [S2457] Union Democrat, 31 July 2014, online edition, RICHARD TRESIDDER, 12 Jan 1930 - 8 July 2014
    Richard Tresidder passed away July 8 2014 at home from lung cancer. He was born in the old Mariposa Hospital on 12 Jan 1930 to Martin and Lillian Tresidder. He graduated from Maripposa High School in 1948, entered the US Navy shortly after and spent 4 years during the Korean conflict. He was discharged in June 1952 and married his wife, Shirley, in 1955.
    Richard worked for the State Forestry in the summers during high school before starting his 30-year career with the City annd County of San Francsico as a surveyor on the Cherry Valley Dam Project during the 1950's.
    His family moved to Ahwahnee in 191165 and he commuted weekly to work in Moccasin until retiring in 1986. He lived in the Moccasin Bunkhouse for over 20 years, longer than any other emloyee; it was affectionately called "Cedro's Heartbreak Hotel" in his honor. He had many friends and co-workers working for Hetch Hetchy Water and Power.
    Rchard was preceded in death by his son Mark; two brothers and two sisters. He is survived by his wife Shirley; his brother Martin Tressider and wife Janet of Mariposa; sister Mary Smalley and her husband James of Mariposa; daughter Diana Williams, and a son Bruce Tresidder; grandchildren Dar Williams and Vickie Morgan, Chenise Williams Perry and husband, Robbie and Shayla Tresidder; great-grandchildre Dalila and Chloe Williams and Brylie Vaughn, and many nieces and nephews.
  5. [S2457] Union Democrat, 31 July 2014, online edition, RICHARD TRESIDDER, 12 Jan 1930 - 8 July 2014
    Richard Tresidder passed away July 8 2014 at home from lung cancer. He was born in the old Mariposa Hospital on 12 Jan 1930 to Martin and Lillian Tresidder. He graduated from Maripposa High School in 1948, entered the US Navy shortly after and spent 4 years during the Korean conflict. He was discharged in June 1952 and married his wife, Shirley, in 1955.
    Richard worked for the State Forestry in the summers during high school before starting his 30-year career with the City annd County of San Francsico as a surveyor on the Cherry Valley Dam Project during the 1950's.
    His family moved to Ahwahnee in 191165 and he commuted weekly to work in Moccasin until retiring in 1986. He lived in the Moccasin Bunkhouse for over 20 years, longer than any other emloyee; it was affectionately called "Cedro's Heartbreak Hotel" in his honor. He had many friends and co-workers working for Hetch Hetchy Water and Power.
    Rchard was preceded in death by his son Mark; two brothers and two sisters. He is survived by his wife Shirley; his brother Martin Tressier and wife Janet of Mariposa; sister Mary Smalley and her husband James of Mariposa; daughter Diana Williams, and a son Bruce Tresidder; grandchildren Dar Williams and Vickie Morgan, Chenise Williams Perry and husband, Robbie and Shayla Tresidder; great-grandchildre Dalila and Chloe Williams and Brylie Vaughn, and many nieces and nephews.

Richard E Tresidder1

M, b. 12 January 1930, d. 8 July 2014
FatherMartin Tresidder1 b. c 1898
MotherLillian (Smith) Tresidder1
HetchyY
Last Edited10 Sep 2014
     Richard E Tresidder was born on 12 January 1930 at Fresno, Fresno Co., California.2 He was the son of Martin Tresidder and Lillian (Smith) Tresidder.1 Richard E Tresidder died on 8 July 2014 at Ahwahnee, Merced Co., California, at age 84.3

Citations

  1. [S2457] Union Democrat, 31 July 2014, online edition, RICHARD TRESIDDER, 12 Jan 1930 - 8 July 2014
    Richard Tresidder passed away July 8 2014 at home from lung cancer. He was born in the old Mariposa Hospital on 12 Jan 1930 to Martin and Lillian Tresidder. He graduated from Maripposa High School in 1948, entered the US Navy shortly after and spent 4 years during the Korean conflict. He was discharged in June 1952 and married his wife, Shirley, in 1955.
    Richard worked for the State Forestry in the summers during high school before starting his 30-year career with the City annd County of San Francsico as a surveyor on the Cherry Valley Dam Project during the 1950's.
    His family moved to Ahwahnee in 191165 and he commuted weekly to work in Moccasin until retiring in 1986. He lived in the Moccasin Bunkhouse for over 20 years, longer than any other emloyee; it was affectionately called "Cedro's Heartbreak Hotel" in his honor. He had many friends and co-workers working for Hetch Hetchy Water and Power.
    Rchard was preceded in death by his son Mark; two brothers and two sisters. He is survived by his wife Shirley; his brother Martin Tressier and wife Janet of Mariposa; sister Mary Smalley and her husband James of Mariposa; daughter Diana Williams, and a son Bruce Tresidder; grandchildren Dar Williams and Vickie Morgan, Chenise Williams Perry and husband, Robbie and Shayla Tresidder; great-grandchildre Dalila and Chloe Williams and Brylie Vaughn, and many nieces and nephews.
  2. [S2457] Union Democrat, 31 July 2014, online edition, RICHARD TRESIDDER, 12 Jan 1930 - 8 July 2014
    Richard Tresidder passed away July 8 2014 at home from lung cancer. He was born in the old Mariposa Hospital on 12 Jan 1930 to Martin and Lillian Tresidder. He graduated from Maripposa High School in 1948, entered the US Navy shortly after and spent 4 years during the Korean conflict. He was discharged in June 1952 and married his wife, Shirley, in 1955.
    Richard worked for the State Forestry in the summers during high school before starting his 30-year career with the City annd County of San Francsico as a surveyor on the Cherry Valley Dam Project during the 1950's.
    His family moved to Ahwahnee in 191165 and he commuted weekly to work in Moccasin until retiring in 1986. He lived in the Moccasin Bunkhouse for over 20 years, longer than any other emloyee; it was affectionately called "Cedro's Heartbreak Hotel" in his honor. He had many friends and co-workers working for Hetch Hetchy Water and Power.
    Rchard was preceded in death by his son Mark; two brothers and two sisters. He is survived by his wife Shirley; his brother Martin Tressider and wife Janet of Mariposa; sister Mary Smalley and her husband James of Mariposa; daughter Diana Williams, and a son Bruce Tresidder; grandchildren Dar Williams and Vickie Morgan, Chenise Williams Perry and husband, Robbie and Shayla Tresidder; great-grandchildre Dalila and Chloe Williams and Brylie Vaughn, and many nieces and nephews.
  3. [S2457] Union Democrat, 31 July 2014, online edition, RICHARD TRESIDDER, 12 Jan 1930 - 8 July 2014
    Richard Tresidder passed away July 8 2014 at home from lung cancer. He was born in the old Mariposa Hospital on 12 Jan 1930 to Martin and Lillian Tresidder. He graduated from Maripposa High School in 1948, entered the US Navy shortly after and spent 4 years during the Korean conflict. He was discharged in June 1952 and married his wife, Shirley, in 1955.
    Richard worked for the State Forestry in the summers during high school before starting his 30-year career with the City annd County of San Francsico as a surveyor on the Cherry Valley Dam Project during the 1950's.
    His family moved to Ahwahnee in 191165 and he commuted weekly to work in Moccasin until retiring in 1986. He lived in the Moccasin Bunkhouse for over 20 years, longer than any other emloyee; it was affectionately called "Cedro's Heartbreak Hotel" in his honor. He had many friends and co-workers working for Hetch Hetchy Water and Power.
    Richard was preceded in death by his son Mark; two brothers and two sisters. He is survived by his wife Shirley; his brother Martin Tressier and wife Janet of Mariposa; sister Mary Smalley and her husband James of Mariposa; daughter Diana Williams, and a son Bruce Tresidder; grandchildren Dar Williams and Vickie Morgan, Chenise Williams Perry and husband, Robbie and Shayla Tresidder; great-grandchildre Dalila and Chloe Williams and Brylie Vaughn, and many nieces and nephews.

Charles L Tresidder1

M, b. May 1927, d. before 2014
FatherMartin Tresidder1 b. c 1898
MotherLillian (Smith) Tresidder1
Last Edited2 Aug 2014
     Charles L Tresidder was born in May 1927 at California.1 He was the son of Martin Tresidder and Lillian (Smith) Tresidder.1 Charles L Tresidder died before 2014.1

Citations

  1. [S2457] Union Democrat, 31 July 2014, online edition, RICHARD TRESIDDER, 12 Jan 1930 - 8 July 2014
    Richard Tresidder passed away July 8 2014 at home from lung cancer. He was born in the old Mariposa Hospital on 12 Jan 1930 to Martin and Lillian Tresidder. He graduated from Maripposa High School in 1948, entered the US Navy shortly after and spent 4 years during the Korean conflict. He was discharged in June 1952 and married his wife, Shirley, in 1955.
    Richard worked for the State Forestry in the summers during high school before starting his 30-year career with the City annd County of San Francsico as a surveyor on the Cherry Valley Dam Project during the 1950's.
    His family moved to Ahwahnee in 191165 and he commuted weekly to work in Moccasin until retiring in 1986. He lived in the Moccasin Bunkhouse for over 20 years, longer than any other emloyee; it was affectionately called "Cedro's Heartbreak Hotel" in his honor. He had many friends and co-workers working for Hetch Hetchy Water and Power.
    Rchard was preceded in death by his son Mark; two brothers and two sisters. He is survived by his wife Shirley; his brother Martin Tressider and wife Janet of Mariposa; sister Mary Smalley and her husband James of Mariposa; daughter Diana Williams, and a son Bruce Tresidder; grandchildren Dar Williams and Vickie Morgan, Chenise Williams Perry and husband, Robbie and Shayla Tresidder; great-grandchildre Dalila and Chloe Williams and Brylie Vaughn, and many nieces and nephews.

Eleanor M Tresidder1

F, b. circa 1925
FatherMartin Tresidder1 b. c 1898
MotherLillian (Smith) Tresidder1
Last Edited2 Sep 2014
     Eleanor M Tresidder was born circa 1925 at California.1 She was the daughter of Martin Tresidder and Lillian (Smith) Tresidder.1

Citations

  1. [S2461] 1930 US Census, unknown repository address, population schedule, Mariposa, ED 6, SD 4, Sheet 1-B (page nnn stamped), Dwelling 16, Household 18, 12 Apr 1930, Mariposa Town - MARTIN T TRESIDDER, head, rents house for $10/mo, has radio, not a farm, Male age 31 years, married, first married at 22, can read and write, born California, both parents born England, speaks English, superintendent in a gold mine, worker, gainfully employed, Veteran of World War I; LILLIAN F TRESIDDER, wife, F age 28 years, married, can read and write, born California, father born Missouri, mother born Arizona, speaks English, not employed; JUNE M TRESIDDER, daughter, female white age 7 years, born California, both parents born California; ELEANOR M TRESIDDER, daughter, female white age 5 years, born California, both parents born California; MARTIN T TRESIDDER Jr. son, male age 3 years 8 mos, born California, both parents born California; CHARLES L TRESIDDER, son, Male age 2 years 11 mos, born California, both parents born California; RICHARD E TRESIDDER, son, male age 3 mos, born California, both parents born California.

John Tresidder

M, b. circa 1935
FatherMartin Tresidder b. c 1898
MotherLillian (Smith) Tresidder
Last Edited2 Sep 2014
     John Tresidder was born circa 1935 at California; age 5 years in 1940 census. He was the son of Martin Tresidder and Lillian (Smith) Tresidder.

Victor Boitano

M, d. February 1922
Last Edited2 Aug 2014
     Victor Boitano died in February 1922 at Oakland, Alameda Co., California; MARIPOSA GAZETTE (per MarioposaResearch.net)
VIC BOITANO KILLED IN AUTO ACCIDENT

victor E Boitano, formerly of Groveland, was killed early last Tuesday morning and his comopanion, A H GRANNECHINA, was slightly injured in a collisioni of an automobile in which they were riding a a large motor truck, in Oakland. BOITANO was well known in the Groveland section and throughout the county and friends will learn of his tragic death with regret.
Deceased established a home in Oakland three years ago and for some time was employed at the shipyards. Of his immediate family he is survived by a wife and a son 16 years old. A brother, Antone Boitano, and two brothers-in-law, left Groveland Wednesday morning to attend the funeral which was to be held in Oakland this Friday. [Sonora Union Democrat, Feb 25, 1922]

Steven Carlisle1

M, d. before 2012
MotherMarjorie (May) Ward1 b. 20 May 1929, d. 30 Nov 2012
Last Edited25 Aug 2014
     Steven Carlisle was the son of Marjorie (May) Ward.1 Steven Carlisle died before 2012.1

Citations

  1. [S1692] Union Democrat, 2 Nov 2012, online edition, Marjorie May Ward May 20, 1929 — Oct. 30, 2012
    ... Mrs. Ward was preceded in death by her husband, Rod Ward, and her children Steven Carlisle and Cynthia Foster. She is survived by her son, Craig Carlisle; her siblings, Betsy Campbell, Paul May and Doug May; her grandchildren, Afton Holister, Robin Carlisle, and Luke Carlisle; and one great-grandchild....

Cynthia (Carlisle) Foster

F
MotherMarjorie (May) Ward b. 20 May 1929, d. 30 Nov 2012
Last Edited25 Aug 2014
     Cynthia (Carlisle) Foster was the daughter of Marjorie (May) Ward.

Grant Henley1

M, d. 1980
FatherLeslie Henley1 b. 20 Dec 1931, d. 3 Jun 1999
MotherDonna Jeanne Thorson1 b. 28 Feb 1927, d. 5 Dec 2013
Last Edited25 Aug 2014
     Grant Henley was the son of Leslie Henley and Donna Jeanne Thorson.1 Grant Henley died in 1980.1

Citations

  1. [S2462] Union Democrat, 30 Dec 2013, online edition, Donna Jeanne Henley Feb. 28, 1927 — Dec. 5, 2013
    ... She was preceded in death by her husband, Les Henley, in 1999; and her son, Grant Henley, in 1980. She is survived by her sons, Doug Henley, of Groveland, Don Henley, of Louisiana, and Greg Henley, of Sonora; nine grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; and her brother Dick Thorson, of Stockton. ...

Osker Thorson1

M, b. circa 1898
Last Edited25 Aug 2014
     Osker Thorson was born circa 1898 at Wisconsin.1 He married Mrs. Lucille G Thorson circa 1928.1

Family

Mrs. Lucille G Thorson b. c 1910
Child

Citations

  1. [S2463] 1930 US Census, unknown repository address, population schedule, Germantown, ED 63-10, SD 6, Sheet 6-A (page 142 stamped), Dwelling 122, HOusehold 125, 21 Apr 1930 - OSKER THORSON, Head, M W age 32 years, married, first married at 28, not in school, can read and write, born Wisconsin, both parents born Norway, speaks English, laborer on general farm, worker, employed, Veteran of WW; LUCILLE G THORSON, wife, F W age 22 years, married, first married at 18, can read and write, born Nebraska, father born Illinois, mother born Iowa, speaks English, not employed; DONNA J THORSON, daughter, F W age 3 years 1 month, born South Dakota, father born Wisconsin, mother born Nebraska; Richard D Thorson, son, M W age 1 year 1 month, born Nebraska, father born Wisonsin, mother born Nebraska.

Mrs. Lucille G Thorson1

F, b. circa 1910
Last Edited25 Aug 2014
     Mrs. Lucille G Thorson was born circa 1910 at Nebraska.1 She married Osker Thorson circa 1928.1

Family

Osker Thorson b. c 1898
Child

Citations

  1. [S2463] 1930 US Census, unknown repository address, population schedule, Germantown, ED 63-10, SD 6, Sheet 6-A (page 142 stamped), Dwelling 122, HOusehold 125, 21 Apr 1930 - OSKER THORSON, Head, M W age 32 years, married, first married at 28, not in school, can read and write, born Wisconsin, both parents born Norway, speaks English, laborer on general farm, worker, employed, Veteran of WW; LUCILLE G THORSON, wife, F W age 22 years, married, first married at 18, can read and write, born Nebraska, father born Illinois, mother born Iowa, speaks English, not employed; DONNA J THORSON, daughter, F W age 3 years 1 month, born South Dakota, father born Wisconsin, mother born Nebraska; Richard D Thorson, son, M W age 1 year 1 month, born Nebraska, father born Wisonsin, mother born Nebraska.

Henry Behlman1

M, b. 30 April 1919, d. 9 December 2012
Last Edited26 Aug 2014
     Henry Behlman was born on 30 April 1919 at Connecticut.1 He died on 9 December 2012 at Groveland, Tuolumne Co., California, at age 93.1

Citations

  1. [S2464] Union Democrat, 19 Dec 2012.