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John DIEL

Eighth Generation

74. Frank Deal LINDSEY (Samuel Newton Synder LINDSEY , Elizabeth Jackson DEAL , Francis DEAL , Peter DEAL , Francis , Peter , John ) was born on 10 Mar 1887 in Sheridan, Poweshieka, Ia /Chariton, Lucas, Ia. He died on 24 Oct 1976 in Res: 1974 Albuquerque, Nm and was buried in Oct 1976 in Maybe Albuquerque, Nm.

1 NAME Frank Deal /Lindsey/

res: 1900, Chromo, Archuleta Co. COL. b. Mar. 1887, IA
not listed in 1920 Tracyton, Kitsap Co. WA census
City of Bremerton Directory:
.
1934/36 Frank D. (Rose) Stockman, PSNS h 1509 Perry Ave. E. Bremerton
Oct. 1942, of Tracyton, WA. (brother, Benjamin's obit
1946, Frank D. Lindsey (Rose) Carpenter, h. 1335, Montgomery Ave. N.Bremerton, WA 1948 of Coulee City, WA. (Mother's obit)
1967 of Albuquerque, NM, (Father's obit)
May 1968, of Albuquerque, NM, (brother, Hugh's obit)
1974 of Albuquerque, NM, (Sister Ruby's obit)

Frank Deal Lindsey, #531-20-1851, b. 10 Mar. 1887, Sheridan, IA, d. Oct.1976 NM ??,

Frank Deal Lindsey, lived 1509 Perry Ave. Bremerton, WA. age at lastbirthday, 55 years old,
date of birth: 10 Ma5. 1887, Sheridan, Iowa, Father: Samuel Newton SniderLindsey, Mother: Hattie Jane Fowler, sex: male, white, Business Place:Lent's , 279 4th St. Bremerton, WA., dated signed 03 Jun 1942, -Application for Social Security Account Number.

Frank D Lindsey was a carpenter, crafter, cement worker. He was aresident of Coulee City, in 1948 and may have worked in the GrandCoulee Dam. Info: mother and father's burial records from Lewis FuneralHome
Ron Lindsey remembers that his Uncle Frank would drive up from N.M.and visit his brother, Samuel, in Tracyton, WA. Frank would occupySamuel's favorite chair and Samuel would sit on the couch. Frank wouldsmoke Pall Malls cig while Samuel chewed tobacco and spin yarns to Ronand his brother, Gary, about the old wild west days.
While visiting Frank and his nephew, Ron without the benefit of anypower tools built a table with a large "Lazy Susan" and picnic chairsand benches made out of redwood. Frank had to leave for home in N.M.and Ron was left with several days of wood staining. The furniture lastedfor nearly twenty years.
Ron remembers his Uncle Frank has been funny and witty. He hadcouple daughters and maybe a son. (Info: Ron Lindsey, Bremerton, WA.April 2000)

Frank married Rose ??? UNKNOWN. Rose was born UNKNOWN. She died UNKNOWN and was buried UNKNOWN.

They had the following children:

  100 i Unknown LINDSEY

75. Ruby Ilone LINDSEY (Samuel Newton Synder LINDSEY , Elizabeth Jackson DEAL , Francis DEAL , Peter DEAL , Francis , Peter , John ) was born on 13 Apr 1889 in Fairbury, Jefferson, Ne. Res: 1900, Chromo, Co. She died about 30 Jan 1974 in Tacoma, Pierce, Wa and was buried in Feb 1974 in Brookside/New Tacoma Cem. University Place, Wa.

1 NAME Ruby /Hackerd/
1 NAME Ruby Ilone /Lindsey/

1900 listed Archuleta Co. COL. census, b. Apr. 1889, NE
1921-1974 of Tacoma, Pierce, WA (Ruby's obit information)
1930, City of Tacoma Directory: Alvin R. Hackerd (Ruby I) eng. h. RD3,Box 164
1940, City of Tacoma Directory: Alvin R. Hackerd (Ruby I) h. h. Sales Rd.At So. G. R.D. 7 Box 313, Dorothea E., student, res: Alvin Hackard,
Oct. 1942, of Tracyton, WA. (brother, Benjamin obit)
Aug. 1946 of Tacoma, WA, ( father's obit)
Jan. 1948 of Shelton, Mason Co. WA (mother's obit)
1951, City of Tacoma Directory: no Hackerd family listed
Nov. 1967, of Tacoma, WA , (brother, Samuel James' obit)
May 1968, of Tacoma, WA. ( brother, Hugh's obit)

Ruby Hackerd SS# 532-66-4712 - Residence: 98405 Tacoma, Pierce, WA
Born 13 Apr 1889, Died Jan 1974, Issued WA (1973) buried: Brookside Cem.now New Tacoma Cem, 9212 Chamber Creek Rd. West, University Place, PierceCo. WA. Grave #2/b/6 702. Tombstone: Alvin R. Hackerd, 1886 - 1963Ruby L. Hackerd, 1889 - 1974

Ruby Hackerd, Mrs. Ruby Ilone Hackerd, 84, of 1219 S. Washington Street,died Tuesday. She was born in Fairbury, Neb., and had been a Tacomaresident since 1921. She was a member of the Ohop Grange, and Ivy Chapter of the Order of Eastern Star.
Survivors include: two daughters, Mrs. Bert N. (Gladys) Hardy ofTacoma, and Mrs. E.W. (Dorothea) Amos of Van Buren, Ark., a brother,Frank Lindsey, of Albuquerque, N.M., two sisters: Mrs. Jane Harmon ofBremerton and Mrs. Elton (Eva) Witt of Manchester, Kitsap County, sevengrandchildren, and 26 great-grandchildren. Brookside Mortuary is incharge. - Tacoma News Tribune-30 Jan. 1974-

Author in possession of original letter from Ruby Hackerd to Clara Branson, dated Nov 26, 1946, postmarked in Ozark, Arkansas.

Ruby married Alvin Roy HACKERD, son of Henry Harrison HACKERD and Martha Ellen RIVIS, UNKNOWN. Alvin was born on 10 Jul 1886 in Fort Collins, Co. Res: 1930-51 of Tacoma, Pierce, Wa. He died on 30 Jan 1963 in Eatonville, Pierce, Wa and was buried in Feb 1963 in Brookside/New Tacoma Cem. University Place, Wa.

Alvin Roy Hackerd, b. 10 July 1886, d. Jan. 1963, Washington,SS#532-16-3779
Issued Washington. Died at age 76 years, 2-4-1963, buried 2-4-1963,beside his wife in the Brookside Cem, now New Tacoma Cem, located 9212Chamber Creek Rd. West, University Place, Pierce Co. WA. Graves 2/b/6701 and 702, located Crab Apple Lane next to roadway info: New TacomaCem. Tombstone : Alvin R. Hackerd, 1886 - 1963 Ruby L. Hackerd, 1889- 1974

Alvin Roy Hackerd, 76, of Eatonville, died last night at his home. Bornin Fort Collins, Colo., he came to this area in 1922. He was a retiredoperating engineer. He was a member of the Christian Church, JacksonvilleLodge 108, AF&AM, in Jacksonville, Texas, the Operating Engineers' Unionand the Ohop Grange. Surviving are his wife, Ruby L., two daughters,Mrs. Dorothea Amos of Van Buren, Ark., and Mrs. Gladys Van Buskirk ofTacoma; two sisters, Mrs. Maggine Newhouser of Rossville, Ind., and AnneCondrey of Seattle, two brothers, John of Franklin, Ind., and Floyd, ofPalestine, Texas; and three grandchildren. Services will be announced bythe Dryer Mortuary. Tacoma News Tribune Obits: 31 Jan. 1963, C-5 -Tacoma, WA.

Dryer Mortuary, 220 134th St. South, Parkland, Pierce Co. WA. Phone:253-537-0253
Info: Parents: Henry Harrison Hackerd and Martha Ellen Rivis,
Alvin's occupation: Shovel Engineer Operator,

Alvin and Ruby had the following children:

+ 101 F i Gladys HACKERD
  102 F ii Dorothea HACKERD was born on 23 Apr 1913 in Res; 1974 of van Buren, Ak. She died in Mar 1987 in Marlowe, Stephens, Ok.

in father's obit in 1963 as Mrs. Dorothea Amos of Van Buren, Ark.,
in mother's obit in 1974 as Mrs. E.W. Amos of Van Buren, Ark.,
SOCIAL SECURITY DEATH INDEX:
DOROTHEA AMOS 23 Apr 1913 Mar 1987 73055 (Marlow, Stephens, OK) (none specified) 490-09-0985 Missouri
        Dorothea married E.W. AMOS.

76. Samuel James LINDSEY (Samuel Newton Synder LINDSEY , Elizabeth Jackson DEAL , Francis DEAL , Peter DEAL , Francis , Peter , John ) was born on 15 Aug 1892 in Chromo, Archuleta, Co. He died on 2 Nov 1967 in Bremerton, Kitsap, Wa and was buried on 4 Nov 1967 in Tracyton Cem. Tracyton, Kitsap, Wa.

1900 Archuleta Co. COL, b. Aug. 1892, COL., 1915, San Diego, CA.(marriage date)
1910 CA Soundex, could find Samuel and Hattie Lindsey, may have lived inOR
1916, San Diego, CA, son Alfred born, 1919, Tracyton, WA, dau. Juanitaborn,

1920 WA. Soundex, Vol 25 /E.D. 68 / Sheet 10 /Line 10
Samuel Lindsey, white, age 27, b. Colorado, resident: Kitsap Co. WA.
Nina O. Lindsey, wife, age 26, b. KS
Alfred James Linsey, son, age, 03 3/12 mos, b. CA
Juanita G Lindsey, dau, age 02/12 mos, b. WA
Hugh M. Lindsey, Brother, 25, b. NM

20/21 Jan. 1920, Tracyton Pre. Kitsap Co. WA. SD2, Sht 10A, ED 68,
Road Brownsville to Tracyton, Dewelling/Family # 202/218
Samuel Lindsey, head, rent home, m.w. age 27, married, couldread/write/speak English, b. CO., Parents b. IA, Trade: Progressman,Puget Sound Naval Shpyd,
Nina O. Lindsey, wife, f.w. age 26, married, could read/write.speakEnglish, b. KS, Father b. KS, Mother b. IN, no trade or profession
Alfred J. Lindsey, son, mw., age 03 3/12, single, b. CA., Father b. CO.,Mother: KS, trade or occupation.

City of Bremerton, Rural Routes - S.J. (Nina) Lindsey, RD1, Box 153
1934 Samuel J. (Joiner PSNS)

Samuel James Lindsey, d. 02 Nov. 1967, 4:15 p.m., Bremerton, ConvalescentCenter, Bremerton, Kitsap, WA, Length of Stay 07 mos, admitted.04/10/1967, sex: male, Caucasian, married, Usual Occupation: RetQuarterman, P.S.N.S., Father's Name. Samuel N Lindsey, Mother's MaidenName, Hattie Fowler, the deceased was never in the Armed Forces, SocialSecurity 535-14-9292 , Doctor E.W Creelman, Religion: Protestant UsualResidence. Tracyton, Kitsap, WA, 52 years, Street Address. P0 Box 7, Dateof Birth. 08/15/1893, but this date was corrected by affidavit on 14 Nov.1967, to read 08/15/1892, Age 75, 2mos, 17 dys, Birthplace Chromo,Colorado, USA, Informant Mrs Frank Clogston, daughter, Box 5, Tracyton,WA., Remark BremSun (Newspaper) 11/03/1967, CA 2 -2 1 x 11/03/1967.
Place of Funeral; Lewis Funeral Chapel, Conclude, Minister Rev JamesPatterson, Organist Mrs Roberta Bowers, Vocalist. Rev Robert Tague,Songs "In the Garden" and "Going Home" Date: Sat. 04 Nov. 1967, 1:00 p.m,Cemetery. Tracyton Cemetery.
Relatives: Mrs. Nina 0. Lindsey, wife, Tracyton, WA, Mrs. FrankClogston, dau, Box 5, Tracyton, WA, Alfred James Lindsey, son, Box 5,Tracyton, Mrs. Janet Harmon, sister, Box 5, Tracyton, Mrs. Eva Rakestraw,sister, Box 5, Tracyton, Mrs. Ruby Hackerd, sister, Tacoma, WA., HughLindsey, brothers, Port Orchard, WA., Frank Lindsey, brother,Albuquerque, N M., 7 grandchildren, 4 great grandchildren. - LewisFuneral Chapel - Bremerton, WA

50- Year CK Resident Dies at 75 - Samuel James Lindsey 75, a resident ofTracyton for more than 50 years, died yesterday at the BremertonConvalescent Center. Mr. Lindsey was born 15 Aug 1892, in Chromo, CO.and was married to Nina Morris on 24 May 1915 in San Diego, CA. In 1917he moved to Tracyton where he would live for the rest of his life.
Mr Lindsey was an early organizer of the Tracyton Community club andan active member for over 42 years. He had received a plaque for hisyears of service He was active on the Kitsap County Fair for many yearsand served as chairman of the Kitsap County Planning Commission.
For many years he held various offices in the State Good RoadsAssociation. He also served as chairman for the Democratic Party for 20years and at the time of his death had been a member of the Tracyton PortCommission He was also one of the first men to buy and sell bonds andcampaign for the Manette Bridge.
In 1918 he was employed at the Bremerton Annex of the NavalAmmunications Depot. He became employed at Puget Sound Naval Shipyard in1920 He retired from the PSNS in 1949 as a quarterman in public works.
Mr Lindsey is survived by his widow, Nina, at the family home, ason, Alfred J Lindsey of Tracyton, a daughter, Mrs. Frank (Juanita)Clogston of Tracyton, two brothers, Hugh Lindsey, Berry Lake Road, PortOrchard and Frank Lindsey of Albuquerque, NM, three sisters; Mrs. Roy(Ruby) Hackerd of Tacoma, Mrs. Ray (Janet) Harmon and Mrs Eva Rakestrow,both of Tracyton, seven grandchildren, and four great grandchildrenFuneral service will be at 1 p.m. tomorrow at the Lewis Funeral Chapel.The Rev James Patterson of Tracyton Methodist Church will officiate.Burial will be at the Tracyton Cemetery "Bremerton Sun Newspaper- 03 Nov.)
No Estate/ Probate Records found in the Kitsap Co. Courthouse forSamuel or his wife, Nina.

SS# 535-14-9292, Samuel Lindsey, b. 15 Aug. 1892, d. Nov. 1967, LastResident: 98393 (Tracyton, Kitsap Co. WA) Last benefit none specified,issued Washington

Samuel married Nina Opal MORRIS, daughter of George MORRIS and Rebecca Grace COURTNER\CORTNER, on 24 May 1915 in San Diego, Ca. Nina was born on 5 Aug 1893 in Unknown Co. Ks Res: 1895, Lebo, Coffey, Ks. She died on 18 Sep 1971 in Tracyton, Kitsap, Wa and was buried on 21 Sep 1971 in Tracyton Cem. Tracyton, Kitsap, Wa.

1900 Oregon Soundex M620 Vol 05/ ED93/ Sheet 19/ Line 63
George W. Morris, race white, b. July 1869, b. KS, Age 30 years,
1900 Oregon Soundex M620 Vol 05/ ED93/ Sheet 19/ Line 63
Residence: Jackson Co. Or. West Ashland, City: Ashland.
Nina O. Morris, dau., b. Aug. 1893, age 06, KS

Nina Opal Lindsey, d. 18 Sept. 1971, 4:30 p.m. Harrison Memorial Hosp.Bremerton, WA, Usual Residence: Tracyton, Kitsap, WA. Length: 54 years,Street Address: Hart and Tracy Street, sex: female, white,
b. 05 Aug. 1893, age 78 yrs, 1 mos, 13 dys old in 1971, Birthplace: KS,USA,
Father's Name: George Morris, Mother's Maiden Name: Rebecca GraceCourtner, Social Security #535-14-9292, (this ss# belongs to her husband,Samuel) Doc. Gleysteen, Religion; Prot: Informant: Mrs. Frank Clogston,daughter, Box. 7, Tracyton, Wash. 98393, BremSun 9/21/1971, CA 2 - 1 x9/21/1971 Place of Funeral: Lewis Funeral Home,Procession, Minister:Rev. Paul Humsberger, Organist, by family (Mrs. John Jonanson) Vocalist:Percy Sellick, Songs: "Beyond the Sunset" Date: Wed. 22 Sept. 1971, Time1:00 p.m. 6 Pallbearers, (Active,) Cemetery: Tracyton Cemetery,
Relatives: Mrs. Frank (Juanita) Clogston, Daughter, Tracyton, Wn., Mrs.Sam (Gertrude) Fisher, Sister, Silverdale, Wn., Mrs. Rose Hermanson,sister, Medford, OR, 6 grandchildren, 6 great grandchildren.
Nina Lindsey, funeral services will be held tomorrow at 1 p.m. at theLewis Funeral Chapel, 78, a resident of Tracyton for more than 50 years.Pastor Paul Hunsberger of the Tracyton United Methodist Church willofficiate.
Mrs. Lindsey grew up and attended school in Ashland, Ore. She marriedSamuel Lindsey on 24 May 1915, in San Diego. She was proceeded in deathby her husband on 04 Nov. 1967; and by her son, Alfred James on 12 Aug.1970.
Survivors include a daughter Mrs. Frank (Juanita) Clogston, Tracyton;two sisters, Mrs. Sam (Gertrude) Fisher, Silverdale, and Mrs. RoseHermanson, Medford, Ore.; six grandchildren, and six great-grandchildren.
Burial will be at Tracyton Cemetery. -21 Sept. 1971 - Bremerton SunNewspaper, Bremerton, WA.

Samuel and Nina had the following children:

+ 103 M i Alfred James LINDSEY
+ 104 F ii Juanita Grace LINDSEY

77. Hugh McKane LINDSEY (Samuel Newton Synder LINDSEY , Elizabeth Jackson DEAL , Francis DEAL , Peter DEAL , Francis , Peter , John ) was born on 3 Sep 1894 in Monero, Rio Arriba, Nm Res: 1900, Chromo, Co. He died on 15 May 1968 in Colby, Kitsap, Wa and was buried in May 1968 in Sunset Lane Cem., Port Orchard, Kitsap, Wa.

Social Security #531-03-6452, Hugh McKane Lindsey, Business Name orPresent Employer: C.B. Luther Lumber co. Rt. 3, Box 354, Auburn, WA. Ageat last birthday: 42 yrs, date of birth: 30 Sept. 1894, Place of Birth:Rea Reba Co. New Mexico, Father's Full Name: Samuel Newton SniderLindsey, Mother's Full Maiden Name: Hattie Fowler, sex male, color:white: Date Signed: 27-11-1936

1900 Archuleta Co. COL., b. Sept. 1894, NM,
1913 of San Diego, CA
1919, m 1st) Katherine Deathridge,
1920 Tracyton Pre. Kitsap Co. WA., Hugh M. Lindsey, age . 25, single, b.NM., single, could read/write /speak English, lived with his brother,Samuel Lindsey
but no wife is named
1930 m 2d. Isabella (Fish) Inman, moved to Alburn, King, WA
1940 of Port Orchard, Kitsap, WA
1946 of Port Orchard, Kitsap, WA. (father's obit)
City of Bremerton Rural Routes: 1946 - H.M. Lindsey, RD3, Box 417
1948 resided Port Orchard, Kitsap WA. (mother's obit)
1957m retired from Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, Bremerton, WA
Nov 1967 of Port Orchard, Kitsap, WA. (brother, Samuel;s obit)
May 1968, Hugh deceased
Hugh Lindsey SS# 531-03-6452 last resident: Colby, WA. 98366
30 Sept 1894 - 15 May 1968

Information: Rill Funeral Home, Port Orchard, Kitsap, WA
Hugh Lindsey, b. 03 Sept 1894, NM., d. 15 May 1968, Colby, Kitsap, WA.
m. 24 May 1930. Isabel (Fish) Inman, He served in WW I - May 1818 - Feb.1919, buried near the flagpole monument in Sunset Cemetery. Sect. 6

Hugh M Lindsey, Washington, WAGR 42 CO, 166 Depot Brig WW1
b. 30 Sept. 1894, d. 22 May 1968 (maybe his burial date)

Hugh M. Lindsey, 73, longtime transportation worker of Puget Sound NavalShipyard, died yesterday at his home at Port Orchard, Rte. 2, Box 242A.Mr. Lindsey was born 30 Sept. 1894 in New Mexico. He moved to Oregon in1902, to San Diego in 1913 and to Tracyton in 1916. He worked at PSNSfor a short time before entering the Army during World War I, and afterhis discharge returned to work at the shipyard. He retired in 1957. In1930 Mr. Lindsey moved from Tracyton to Auburn; and in 1940 he moved toPort Orchard. He was married in 1919 to Katherine Deatherage, inBremerton, WA. She died in the 1920's . Mr. Lindsey married IsabellaFish in Silverdale in 1930.
He was a member and past commander of Port Orchard American LegionPost 30. Survivors include the widow, Isabella, at the family home, ason, Hugh M. Lindsey Jr. of Seattle; stepson Lavern H. Inman of PortOrchard; brother, Frank D. Lindsey of Albuquerque, N. M., three sisters,Ruby Hackert of Tacoma; and Janet Harmon and Eva Rakestraw, both ofTracyton; grandchildren Laverene Dale Inman of Indiana and StephenInman, who is in Vietnam with the Army, plus six other grandchildren andnine great grandchildren.
Graveside services will be conducted at the Sunset Lane Cemetery, PortOrchard, by Father Donald Maddox of the Bremerton Episcopal Church at 11a.m. Saturday. Members of American Legion Post 30 will take part.Funeral arrangements are being handled by Pendleton-Gilchrist FuneralHome, Port Orchard.

In the Tracyton Cemtery there is a large stone with: Walter Deatherage,17 Oct 1876, - 17 Oct 1935, and Katherine Ellis, 01 Apr. 1907 - 01 Aug1932
Rites Saturday for Tracyton Resident. Last rites for Walter Deathredgeof Tracyton, who died Tuesday in Wenatchee, where he had been forsometime, will be conducted from the Lewis Funeral Chapel at 2 o'clockafternoon. Rev. William J. Clifford reading the service. Burial will bein the Tracyton cemetery. His widow is the only survivor. - -BremertonSearchlight, Friday 18 Oct 1935-

Record of Funeral- Lewis Funeral Home - Walter Deatherage- #30, Address:Tracyton, WA, Place of Death: b. 17 Oct. 1876, d. 17 Oct. 1935, Age 59yrs, 0 mos, 0 ds., Date of Service; 19 Oct 1935, Place of Service:Chapel, time of Service; 2 PM, Cause of Death; Peritonitis, Physician:??, Address; Unknown, Charge to Mrs. Walter Deatherage, Address:Tracyton, Shipped in from Jones & Jones, 21 S. Chelan, Wenatchee, WA.98801-2247, (509) 662-2119, Interment: Tracyton Cemetery,

Also in the same plot is buried: Deatherage, William Grover, b. St.Louis, Mo, 15 Sept 1902 - 12 Apr 1923

Hugh married Isabella FISH, daughter of Moses FISH and Isabella ANGUS, on 24 May 1930 in Silverdale, Kitsap, Wa. Isabella was born on 14 Jul 1906 in Sunnyside Ut or Wa. She died on 8 Sep 1997 in Swedish Hosp. Seattle, King, Wa and was buried on 10 Sep 1997 in Sunset Lane Cem., Port Orchard, Kitsap, Wa.

Isabella Lindsey, SS#539-01-9769, b. 14 July 1906, d. 08 Sept. 1997,Issued in WA. before 1951) Birth Date Info: Sunset Lane Cem. PortOrchard, Kitsap, WA

Isabelle A Lindsey, b. 14 July 1906, Sunnyside, Utah, d. Swedish Hosp.Seattle, King, WA. had lived in King Co. for six years. ResidentialAddress: 3109 SW Roxbury St. Seattle, Bleitz Funeral Home, Seattle, WA.buried 10 Sept. 1997, Sunset Lane Cem. Port Orchard, WA, Parents: MosesFish and Isabella Angus
-could not find obituary in the Bremerton paper. _Info: Port OrchardCourthouse Probate Records for Isabelle A Lindsey,

Son Lavern H. Inman of Port Orchard; grandchildren Laverene Dale Inmanof Indiana and Stephen Inman, who is in Vietnam with the Army, plus sixother grandchildren and nine great grandchildren, were mentioned in theobituary of her second husband, Hugh Lindsey.
Stephen Inman was named executor of his grandmother, Isabelle's estate.

Hugh and Isabella had the following children:

  105 M i Hugh LINDSEY Jr

78. Elizabeth Janet E LINDSEY (Samuel Newton Synder LINDSEY , Elizabeth Jackson DEAL , Francis DEAL , Peter DEAL , Francis , Peter , John ) was born on 14 Jun 1896 in Co Res: 1900, Chromo, Co. She died on 16 Feb 1983 in Bremerton, Kitsap, Wa ?? Res: Belfair, Mason, Wa and was buried in 1983 in Tombstone -Tracyton Cem. Tracyton, Kitsap, Wa.

1900 Archuleta Co. CO. census has her name as Elizabeth J. Linsey
City of Bremerton Rural Routes: R.B. Harmon, RD4, Box 1207,

Tracyton Cemetery Record: Father: Raymond B. Harmon 1891 - 1959
Janet E. Harmon, 1896 - 1983 - Beloved Mother, Grandmother

Lewis Funeral Home, and Woodlawn Miller Funeral Home located inBremerton, Kitsap Co. WA, and McCombs Funeral Home of Shelton, Mason Co.WA. did not have any records for Raymond and Janet E. Apparently theydied outside of Kitsap County but were buried with family members in theTracyton Cem. Tracyton, Kitsap Co. WA.

Janet Harmon, 14 Jun 1896 - Feb 1983, last residence: Belfair, Mason, WA98528, Last Benefit, none specified, SS#533-28-4438, Issued: WA

Elizabeth married Raymond B HARMON. Raymond was born in 1891 in Washington. He died in 1959 in Belfair, Mason, Wa ??? and was buried in 1959 in Tombstone - Tracyton Cem. Tracyton, Kitsap, Wa.

Tracyton Cemetery Record:
Father: Raymond B. Harmon - 1891/1959
Janet E. Harmon, 1896 - 1983 - Beloved Mother, Grandfather,


Harmon, Raymond B
Age: 39
Year:
1930
Birthplace: Washington
Roll:
T626_2506
Race: White
Page:
1B
State: Washington
ED:
49
County: Kitsap
Image:
0670
Township: Tracyton
Relationship: Head

Raymond and Elizabeth had the following children:

+ 106 F i Ila HARMON
+ 107 M ii Raymond Boyd HARMON Jr

79. Eva Pearl LINDSEY (Samuel Newton Synder LINDSEY , Elizabeth Jackson DEAL , Francis DEAL , Peter DEAL , Francis , Peter , John ) was born on 9 Jul 1899 in Chromo, Archuleta, Co., Res: 1900, Chromo, Co. She died on 28 Aug 1994 in Res: 1979, Port Orchard, Kitsap, Wa. and was buried on 28 Aug 1994 in Bremerton, Kitsap, Wa.

1 NAME Eva O /Lindsey/


My Grandmother Eve - her full name was Eve Pearl Lindsey, born July 9,1899 in Chromo, Co. She died Aug 28, 1994 in Bremerton. Her firstmarriage was to Clarence Rakestraw on Jan 24, 1924 in Kitsap Co. NickSpudich information 16 July 2000

1900 Archuleta Co. COL. census, b. July 1889 COL
Eva lived for years in a trailer on Tracyton Beach. (twenty years atleast from early sixty to mid seventy) Later she moved in with one of herdaughters. Eva had daughter, named Bonnie Jean and Alice, othersunnamed. One daughter married Jack Clogston and lived in a house on thehill above Eva's trailer on the beach. Ron and Gary Lindsey used tovisit their Aunt Eva. She would invite them inside and share a soda withthem. She was a very nice person.

23 Oct. 1935 issue of the "Bremerton Searchlight" under the "Tracyton"Column, Winnifred Lindsey, and Bonnie Jean Rakestraw, were waitresses ata father and son banquet held at the Tracyton Grange Hall.

05 Nov. 1935, same newspaper, Mr and Mrs. Clarence Rakestraw madeHalloween an evening of fun and frolic by opening their home. Amongthose that participated were Winnie Lindsey, Eileen Lindsey, Ila Harmon,Vere Harmon, Sammy Rakestraw, the hostess were Bonnie Jean and AliceRakestraw.

17 Nov. 1935, Mrs. Clarence Rakestraw, Mrs. George Morton, Mrs. AlvinHansen,was hostess for the "Get-Together" Club held at M.E. Church inTracyton 1935, Mrs. S. Lindsey is visiting her daughter in Tacoma. Mrs.Clarence Rakestraw is quite ill at her home.

In the History of Kitsap Co. WA. there is mention of Mrs. Eva Colvin, dauof Samuel and Hattie Lindsey of Tracyton, WA

1974 she was listed in the obituary of her sister, Ruby, as Mrs. Elton(Eva) Witt of Manchester, Kitsap Co. WA
1989, Mrs. Eva Witt, listed as mother of Bonnie Rakestraw Greer

Sunset Lane Cem, Port Orchard, Kitsap, WA. has the following information:
Elton A. Witt, 1900/1979
Elton Witt, SS#531-05-6549, Res: 98366, Colby, Kitsap, WA, b. 19 Nov1900, Last Benefit: Unknown, Died Apr. 1979, Issued: WA (before 1951)
Beside Elton is buried: Sarah M. Witt 1904/1969 first wife )

Bremerton City Directory:
1934- A.C. Witt (Sarah) RD1, Port Orchard, WA.
1936 - A.C. Witt, Box 463, Port Orchard, WA
1946- A.C. Witt, Rd. 5, Box 183, Port Orchard, WA

Elton A. Witt, 78, of 963 Colchester Drive SE in Port Orchard, passedaway at his residence on Sunday, April 08, following an extended illness.
Mr. Witt was born on 19 November 1900, in Denver, Colorado. As ayoung boy he moved to Alaska where he was reared and educated.
He is survived by his wife, Eva Witt of the family home; a son, CarlE. Witt of Port Orchard; two daughters, Mrs. Walter (Mildred) Langland ofBremerton and Mrs. Damon (Helen) Ryan of Bremerton, nine grandchildren,seven great grandchildren and nine step grandchildren.
Family graveside services will be held on Wednesday (today) at SunsetLane Cemetery at 10 a.m. Local arrangements are under the direction ofPendleton-Gilchrist Funeral Home. - Port Orchard Independent Newspapers- 11 April 1979-

First Wife of Elton Witt --------------------------------------
Sarah M Witt, 64, Port Orchard, Rte. 3/4. Box 197, a resident of the PortOrchard area since 1920, died at Harrison Memorial Hospital Saturdayafternoon.
Mrs. Witt was born in 26 July 1904, at Macon, MO., to Alanza and EllaRay. At the age of five, she began living with her aunt and uncle, Lt.(j.g.) and Mrs. J.L. Bloomquist in California. In 1920 they removed tothe Colby area and on 21 Sept. 1923, she was married to Elton A. Witt inTacoma.
Mrs. Witt was a charter member of the Colby Garden Club, a 4'H ClubLeader and a member of the Church of Christ Scientist in Port Orchard.
During World War II she was a skywatcher in the South Colby area.Surviving in addition to her husband, Elton, of the family home are twodaughters, Mrs. Walter (Milfred) Landland, Bremerton, Mrs. Helen L.Goodwin, Port Orchard; a sister, Mrs. Opal O'Brien, Seattle ; 11grandchildren and three great grandchildren. Funeral services willbe held Tuesday at 2:30 p.m. at the Pendleton-Gilchrist Funeral Home inPort Orchard with a reader from the First Church of Christ Scientistofficiating. Burial will be at Sunset Lane Cemetery.
The family has requested that memorials be sent to the First Church ofChrist Scientist. -Bremerton Sun Newspaper - 27 Jan. 1969

The Rill Funeral Chapel, Port Orchard and the Lewis Funeral Home andMiller Woodlawn Funeral of Bremerton, Kitsap Co. and the McCombs FuneralHome of Shelton, Mason Co. WA did not have any records for Eva. It isnot known if Eva moved away from the area and died. She may haveremarried and therefore her married name is unknown.

Eva married (1) Clarence RAKESTRAW, son of Jay RAKESTRAW and Amy Myrtle SLOAN, 24 Jan 1924?? in Kitsap Co. Wa. Clarence was born on 19 Nov 1894 in Columbia Falls, Mt. He died on 9 Jan 1954 in Bremerton, Kitsap, Wa and was buried on 14 Jan 1954 in Woodlawn Memorial Cem. Bremerton, Kitsap, Wa.

It is not know if Clarence was married twice, according to his burial record his wife was Doris or Dorothy and not Eva Lindsey ??? This family needs more research regarding vital records.

1930 Census:
Rakestraw, Clarence
Age: 36
Year:1930
Birthplace: Montana Roll:T626_2506
Race: White Page:1B
State: Washington
County: Kitsap Image:0670
Township: Tracyton
Relationship: Head
Rakestraw, Clarence, age 36, MT ID OH
Eva P, wife, age 30, CO IL IA
Bonnie J, dau, age 8?, MT
Alice L, dau, age 7, WA
Samuel, son, age 5, WA
Living next door: Samuel and Hattie Lindsey

City of Bremerton Directory:
1934: Clarence Rakestraw, Helper in the Puget Sound Naval Yard,
1946:Clarence Rakestraw, Employee, PS Naval Yard, lived at Tracyton, WA
1946: Delbert C Rakestraw, (Francis M) musician, h. Crown Hill Rd, Rd3,Boc 624

Clarence Rakestraw, d. 09 Jan. 1954, Puget Sound Hosp., sex: male,color, white, b. 19 Nov. 1894, Columbia Falls, MT, Age: Yrs: 59, mos. 01,days: 20, length of resident: 26 yrs, occupation: Retired Pipefitter,P.S.N.S. , married, father's name: Jay Rakestraw, Mother's maiden Name;Unknown, Doc. Salmon, Veteran of S.W. I., Religion: Protestant: Place ofService: Lewis Funeral Chapel, Thurs. 14/01/1954, Time 1:00 P.M. ,Interment Woodlawn, Minister: Rev. John Mahone, Singer: Organ Only: HelenSullivan, Do Not Play-The Old Rugged Cross, Family Address: Box 278,Silverdale, WA. Informant: Mrs. Jack Clogston, Remarks: Remove CuffLinks & Tie Clasp, BRO & Brem. Sun, 12 Jan. 1954, Enlisted: 16 Oct.1917, Portland, OR, Discharged: 15 Sept. 1919, Navy Recruiting Station,Salt Lake City, UT. Boatswain's Mate, 1c #1825947, Original Statement:Veteran's Claim filed 15 Jan. 1954,
Relatives: Mrs. Doris I. Rakestraw, Wife, Silverdale, WA., Samuel J.Rakestraw, son, U.S., Mrs. R.C. Spud, Dtr., Tracyton, WA., Mrs. JackClogston, Dtr., Bremerton, WA, Mrs. Ralph Scott, Dtr, Belfair, WA,Ronald W. Jackson, Step-Son, Port Angeles, WA, 6 grandchildren, 3sisters, and 3 brothers in the East, Inf: Lewis Funeral Chapel

35- Year Resident, Clarence Rakestraw Claimed by Death, - Resident ofKitsap County of Kitsap County for 35 years, Clarence Rakestraw, 59,Silverdale, died at a local hospital today following an extendedillness. Mr. Rakestraw was born 19 Nov. 1894, in Montana and spent hisearly life in Havre. He has retired from the naval shipyard's publicworks department a year ago last March.
Mr. and Mrs. Rakestraw have resided in Silverdale recently, althoughMr. Rakestraw previously had lived in the Tracyton area. Also survivingare three daughters, Mrs. Jack Clogston, Rocky Point; Mrs. R.J. Spudich,Tracyton, and Mrs. Ralph Scott; Belfair, and Samuel J Rakestraw, USN,Guam, and six grandchildren, and three sisters, Mrs. Dewey Savage,Spokane; Mrs. Hazel Singer, Havre, and Mrs. Beryl Buck, Creston, Mont;two brothers, Glen Rakestraw, Tacoma, and Cliff Rakestraw, of Montana.Lewis Chapel will announce services - 09 Jan. 1954- Bremerton, WA -

Rakestraw Rites: Funeral services will be held Thursday at 1 p.m. atLewis Chapel for Clarence Rakestraw, 59, Silverdale, who died Saturday ata local hospital. The Rev. John Mathone will officiate. Burial will beWoodlawn Memorial Park - 12 Jan. 1954, Bremerton, WA -

Add'l Social Security Notes: 516-82-3171, b. 22 June 1901 d. Apr. 1974,Last Residence: (Bigfork, Flathead, MT) Last benefit, none specified,Issued; MT

Clifford Rakestraw, 535-07-5068, b. 28 Apr. 1899, d. Mar. 1972, LastResidence: 97208, Portland, Multnomah, OR, Last benefit, none specified,Issued: WA

Glenn Rakestraw, 516-18-3289, b. 30 Sept 1904, d. Sept. 1972, LastResidence: 98483, Tacoma, Pierce Co. WA., Last Benefit, none specified,Issued; MT

Clarence and Eva had the following children:

+ 108 F i Bonnie Jean RAKESTRAW
  109 F ii Alice RAKESTRAW was born in 1923 in Washington. She died in Res: 1989, Tracyton, Kitsap, Wa.

Jan. 1954, (Mrs. Jack Clogston) of Rocky Point Rd, Bremerton, WA.(father's obit)
02 June 1989, (Alyce Carmichael) of Tracyton, WA (sister Bonnie's obit)
        Alice married (1) Jack CLOGSTON before 1954. Jack was born on 15 Jul 1923 in 1932: Resident: Tracyton, Wa.. He died on 26 May 1991.

Frank, Al, Jack or John Clogston were brothers. Frank and his wife,Nina lived in a log house on Pine Road. Al may have lived at Seabeck. Jack lived in Tracyton.
Info: Ron Lindsey
SOCIAL SECURITY DEATH INDEX:
JACK CLOGSTON 15 Jul 1923 26 May 1991 (not specified) (none specified) 512-12-5766 Kansas
        Alice also married (2) Unknown CARMICHEAL.
+ 110 M iii Sammy RAKESTRAW
  111 F iv Wanda RAKESTRAW
        Wanda married Ralph SCOTT.
+ 112 F v Dorothy RAKESTRAW

Eva also married (2) Elton A WITT after 1970. Elton was born on 19 Nov 1900 in Denver, Co. He died on 8 Apr 1979 in Port Orchard, Kitsap, Wa and was buried in Apr 1979 in Sunset Lane Cem, Port Orchard, Kitsap, Wa.

Sunset Lane Cem, Port Orchard, Kitsap, WA. has the following information:
Elton A. Witt, 1900/1979
Elton Witt, SS#531-05-6549, Res: 98366, Colby, Kitsap, WA, b. 19 Nov1900, Last Benefit: Unknown, Died Apr. 1979, Issued: WA (before 1951)
Beside Elton is buried his first wife. : Sarah M. Witt 1904/1969 ???)

Bremerton City Directory:
1934- A.C. Witt (Sarah) RD1, Port Orchard, WA.
1936 - A.C. Witt, Box 463, Port Orchard, WA
1946- A.C. Witt, Rd. 5, Box 183, Port Orchard, WA

Elton A. Witt, 78, of 963 Colchester Drive SE in Port Orchard, passedaway at his residence on Sunday, April 08, following an extendedillness. Mr. Witt was born on 19 November 1900, in Denver, Colorado.As a young boy he moved to Alaska where he was reared and educated. Heis survived by his wife, Eva Witt of the family home; a son, Carl E. Wittof Port Orchard; two daughters, Mrs. Walter (Mildred) Langland ofBremerton and Mrs. Damon (Helen) Ryan of Bremerton, nine grandchildren,seven great grandchildren and nine step grandchildren. Family gravesideservices will be held on Wednesday (today) at Sunset Lane Cemetery at 10a.m. local arrangements are under the direction of Pendleton-GilchristFuneral Home. - Port Orchard Independent Newspapers - 11 April 1979-

80. Benjamin William Sr LINDSEY (Samuel Newton Synder LINDSEY , Elizabeth Jackson DEAL , Francis DEAL , Peter DEAL , Francis , Peter , John ) was born on 23 Feb 1901 in Chromo, Archuleta, Co. He died on 27 Oct 1942 in Seattle, King, Wa and was buried on 29 Oct 1942 in Tracyton Cem. Tracyton, Kitsap, Wa.

1 NAME Benjamin /Lindsey/
2 SOUR S6893
3 DATA
4 TEXT Date of Import: 3 Jul 2000

He is not listed in the Archuleta Co. COL. census, he was not born until1 901 in COL

Named of Deceased: Benjamin W. Lindsey, Rt. #4, Box 1252, E. Bremerton,WA. Date of Death: 27 Oct 1942, Place of Death: Seattle, WA., male,white, birthplace: Chromo, Colo ??, Date of Birth: 23 Feb. 1901, Age: 41yrs, 08 ms, 04 days, Occupation: Cement Finisher, Father's Name: Samuel WLindsey, Mother's Name: Hattie Fowler, Doctor: E.W. Pruett, Seattle, WA.
Place of Service: Tracyton Cemetery, 10/29/1942, 2 P.M., internment:Same, Minister Hasihman, Singers: By Minister, Cars: Pallbearers: No,Family: No, Informant Mrs. B.W. Lindsey, wife, remarks: 537-07-8626
Relatives: Mrs. Edna Mae Lindsey, East Bremerton, wife, Jlliene Lindsey,East Bremerton, dau, Benjamin W. Lindsey, East Bremerton, son, Mr. &Mrs. S. N. Lindsey, Tracyton, parents, Mrs. H.B. Harmon, Tracyton,sister, Mrs. Eva Rakestrow, Tracyton, sister, Mrs. A.R. Hackard,Tracyton, sister, Frank Lindsey, Tracyton, Brother, James Lindsey,Tracyton, brother, Hugh Lindsey, Port Orchard, WA.

Tracyton Cemetery Records:
Father: Benjamin W. Lindsey, 1901- 1942
There is also a square granite stone with only the name Winnie (no otherdata)
also buried are the brothers of his 2d wife, Edna May (Clare) Lindsey
Charles E Clare, WA Pvt, Hospital Train 65, WWI, 06 Apr 1894 - 09 Mar 1964
Samuel N Clare, WA Pvt 41, Co. 160, Depot Brig. WW I, 21 Jan. 1890 - 24Apr 1971

23 Oct. 1935 issue of the "Bremerton Searchlight" under the "Tracyton"Column, Winnifred Lindsey, and Bonnie Jean Rakestraw, were waitresses ata father and son banquet held at the Tracyton Grange Hall.

05 Nov. 1935, same newspaper, Mr and Mrs. Clarence Rakestraw madeHalloween an evening of fun and frolic by opening their home. Amongthose that participated were Winnie Lindsey, Eileen Lindsey, Ila Harmon,Vere Harmon, Sammy Rakestraw, and the hostess were Bonnie Jean and AliceRakestraw.

1946- Bremerton, Rural Routes- Ben Lindsey, RD4, Box 1252 ????

Benjamin married Edna Mae CLARE, daughter of Samuel Norfolk CLARE and Josephine Ellen WATSON, about 1940. Edna was born on 18 Oct 1902 in Bremerton, Kitsap, Wa. She died on 13 Oct 1985 in Lewisville, Denton, Tx and was buried on 17 Oct 1985 in Tracyton Cem. Tracyton, Kitsap, Wa.

Mrs. Edna Lindsey, 1941, of Tracyton, Kitsap, WA. (father Samuel obit)
Edna M. Lindsey, Oct. 1942, East Bremerton, WA (husband's burial record)
Edna M. Ely, 1947, Seattle, WA (mother's burial record)
Edna Cadwallader, 1950 of TX, (bro. Ben. burial record)
Mrs. Edna Abel, Feb 1960, Port Townsend, WA. (sister Hazel obit andburial record)
Mrs. Fred (Edna) Abel, Mar. 1964 of Port Townsend, WA, (bro. Charles'burial record)
Mrs. Edna Abel, Dec. 1964, Port Townsend, WA (bro. Chester burial record)
Mrs. F.K. (Edna) Abel, 1971, Port Townsend, WA (bro. Samuel burial record)
Mrs. Edna Abel, 1974, of Port Townsend, WA., (bro. Walter H. burialrecord)

Edna Mae Abel, sex, female, d. 13 Oct 1985, Co. Lewisville MemorialHosp., Lewisville, Denton, TX, inside the city limits, b. 18 Oct. 1902,Bremerton, Kitsap, WA., race white ,age: 82 yrs, 11 mos, 25 dys,widowed, SS #532-28-5602, Occupation: Homemaker, Kind of Business; Home,Residence-State, Lewisville, Denton, TX, not inside limit city, address;Rt. 1 Box 43-F, Father's Name: Samuel Norfolk Clare, Mother's Name:Josephine Ellen Watson, Informant Name: Audrey English, Mailing Address:P.O. Box 28, Tracyton, WA, 98393, Relationship: Niece. Doctor:Autopsy-NO, Dalton & Son Funeral Home, Richard Reed, F.D., Box 514,Lewisville, TX 75267, Phone: 214-436-6511, Statement: Bremerton Sun Obit:by family-funeral notice 10-16-85, Classified: 10-16-85, Religion:Methodist, Place of Funeral: Tracyton Cem. Thurs. 17 Oct. 1985, Time:1:00 P.M. Minister: Pastor Roy Wilson, Cemetery: Tracyton Cemetery, Interment, Vocalist: Lucretia Eddy, Song: Whispering Hope, Remainsship-in - Western A.L. Flt. #739, Leave Texas 0915 10-15-95, ArriveSea-Tac 1222, 10-15-85, Relatives: Illiene Graham, Dtr., Rt. 1, Box 43-F, Lewisville, TX, 75028, Benjamin Lindsey, son, Bremerton, WA., Gladys Foster, 373-9875, Sister, 331 Pinewood Dr. NE, Bremerton, WA, 98310, 5 grandchildren, 10 great-grandchildren. Lewis Funeral Home, Bremerton,WA.

Ena Abel , b. 18 Oct 1902, d. Oct 1985, Last Res: Flower Mound, Denton,TX, Last Benfit none specified, SS# 532-28-5602, Issued, WA
Tracyton Cemetery: Edna is buried with her son, and last husband
Edna Clare Abel, Beloved, Wife, Mother, 18 Oct 1902-13 Oct 1985
Fred Abel, Pvt US Army, WWII, 17 July 1903 - 02 Aug. 1980,
Benjamin William Lindsey, Beloved Son, Brother, Jan. 4, 1942 - Mar. 16,1995

Edna Clare Lindsey Able, 82, of Flower Mound, Texas, died Sunday atLewisville, Memorial Hospital, in Lewisville, Texas. She was born 18 Oct1902, and was the daughter of Samuel N. Clare, for whom Clare's Marsh is named.
She is survived by her son, Benjamin Lindsey of Bremerton; a daughter,Illiene Graham of Flower Mound; a sister, Gladys Foster of Bremerton; five grandchildren; and 10 great grandchildren.
Graveside services in Tracyton Cemetery are pending. Arrangements inFlower Mound are under the direction of Dalton and Son Funeral Home in Lewisville.
Bremerton Sun - 14 Oct. 1985

Ely children parents were Edmund and unknown wife ?? Edna was not listed as the mother of the brother in Ely's children.

Benjamin and Edna had the following children:

+ 113 M i Benjamin William Jr LINDSEY
+ 114 F ii Illiene LINDSEY

82. Wilbur O'DELL (Dora Belle LINDSEY , Elizabeth Jackson DEAL , Francis DEAL , Peter DEAL , Francis , Peter , John ) was born on 24 Jul 1888 in Taylor Co. Ia. He died on 8 Apr 1964 in Creston, Ia.

Wilbur O'Dell, b. 24 Jul 1888, Taylor co. d. 08 Ap. 1964, Creston; wed 27Aug 1919, Maude Barnett, 2 ch; father Warren O'Dell who married BeeLindsay; in Gravity, b. 16 Apr. 1864

Wilbur O'Dell of New Market wed Maude Barnett of Clar, 18 Aug. atBedford, Bedford Free Press, 03 Sept. 1919
Odell, Wilbur
Age: 41
Year:
1930
Birthplace: Iowa
Roll:
T626_685
Race: White
Page:
3B
State: Iowa
ED:
11
County: Taylor
Image:
0150
Township: Holt
Relationship: Head

Wilbur married Maude BARNETT on 27 Aug 1919. Maude was born on 16 Aug 1897 in of Clar, Ia. She died in Dec 1975 in Gravity, Taylor, Ia.

SOCIAL SECURITY DEATH INDEX:
MAUDE ODELL 16 Aug 1897 Dec 1975 50848 (Gravity, Taylor, IA) (none specified) 482-42-2469 Iowa

Wilbur and Maude had the following children:

  115 i Unamed O'DELL
  116 ii Unamed O'DELL
  117 M iii Vance O'DELL was born on 7 Feb 1921. He died on 11 Mar 1990 in Gravity, Taylor, Ia.

SOCIAL SECURITY DEATH INDEX:
VANCE ODELL 07 Feb 1921 11 Mar 1990 50848 (Gravity, Taylor, IA) (none specified) 485-44-2697 Iowa

89. Warren LINDSEY (Leonard Lincoln LINDSEY , Elizabeth Jackson DEAL , Francis DEAL , Peter DEAL , Francis , Peter , John )

Warren married Carrie Anice SHRIVER. Carrie was born in 1874. She was buried in School Teacher.

They had the following children:

  118 M i Robert Hugh LINDSEY
  119 F ii Helen LINDSEY was born in 1910. She died in Age 90.

92. Geneva Louise ROGERS (Charles Henry ROGERS , Sarah Francis DEAL , Francis DEAL , Peter DEAL , Francis , Peter , John ) was born on 14 Apr 1896 in Knoxville, Knox, Il. She died on 16 Nov 1991 in Galva, Henry, Il.

Geneva was baptized at the Presbyterian Church, Knoxville, Illinois,June 14, 1896. She and Earl Carlson had a restaurant in Galva, Illinois.After she and Earl were divorced, he lived in Florida and Geneva lived inElizabeth, Colorado. Her grandson, Jim Bryner, told me that she liked tobe called "Genevive."

Geneva married John Lewis Earl CARLSON. John was born in 1892. He died on 25 Nov 1972 in North Miami, Fl.

All information about this family given to Charles Rogers by Geneva Carlson, July 1975.

John and Geneva had the following children:

  120 F i Marcella Virginia CARLSON 1 was born 2 on 21 May 1916 in Altona, Knox, Il. She died 3 on 28 Mar 1983 in Galva, Henry, Il.

Marcella Carlson is buried in the Galva, IL, Cemetery.
        Marcella married (1) Warren F. ENGSTROM before 1935. Warren was born on 8 Mar 1914 in Kewanee, Henry, Il. He died on 15 Mar 1993 in Kewanee, Henry, Il and was buried in Pleasant View Cemetery, Kewanee, Illinois..

Engstrom, Warren F
Age: 16
Year:
1930
Birthplace:
Roll:
T626_519
Race:
Page:
7B
State: Illinois
ED:
29
County: Henry
Image:
0711
Township: Kewanee
Relationship: Son
        Marcella also married (2) William ALLEN on 7 Jul 1953 in Galva, Henry, Il. William was born on 15 Dec 1930 in La Fayette, Stark, Il. He died on 15 Jan 1972 in Galva, Henry, Il.

William Allen was killed in Auto Accident. Information from Geneva Carlson, July 1975. He is buried in Galva City Cemetery.
  121 F ii Lavetta CARLSON
        Lavetta married (1) Willis Charles BRYNER Private. Willis was born on 28 Dec 1912 in Kewanee, Henry, Il. He died on 25 Feb 1994 in Kewanee, Henry, Il.
        Lavetta also married (2) John A. JOHNSON Private. John was born on 17 Dec 1918. He died on 4 Oct 1996 in Galva, Henry County, Illinois.

SOCIAL SECURITY DEATH INDEX:
JOHN JOHNSON 17 Dec 1918 Oct 1996 61434 (Galva, Henry, IL) (none specified) 052-01-1264 New York

93. Charlotte Deliah ROGERS (Charles Henry ROGERS , Sarah Francis DEAL , Francis DEAL , Peter DEAL , Francis , Peter , John ) was born on 28 May 1898 in East Galesburg, Knox, Il. She died on 7 Aug 1985 in Kirkwood, Warren, Il.

Charlotte Rogers was a very small person. She and Fred Blake owned afarm near Kirkwood, Warren County, Illinois.

Charlotte married Frederick Hubert BLAKE. Frederick was born on 13 Mar 1896 in North Henderson, Mercer, Il. He died on 26 May 1971 in Kirkwood, Warren, Il.

Information about this family from Charlotte (Rogers) Blake as told toher granddaughter, Diana McDannell.

Frederick and Charlotte had the following children:

  122 F i Mona Isabelle BLAKE 1 was born 2 on 16 Jun 1916 in Fulton Co., Il. She died 3 on 19 Jan 1938 in Gladstone, Henderson, Il.

Mona had triplets which all died within days after birth.
        Mona married Allen Lee MCKINNEY.
  123 M ii Russell Keith BLAKE 1 was born 2 on 20 Feb 1918 in Monmouth, Warren, Il. He died 3 on 3 Sep 1990 in Albuquerque, Nm.

Information from his daughter, Diana, dated November 11, 1998, is that Russell Blake died September 3, 1990, in Albuquerque, New Mexico and that he is buried in Galesburg, Illinois. She said that her mother and three of her sisters live in Galesburg. Another sister lives in Southern Illinois near St. Louis and one lives in Phoenix.
        Russell married Dorothy Jean NELSON.
  124 F iii Irene Louise BLAKE
        Irene married Dale GIBB.
  125 F iv Madeline Claire BLAKE
        Madeline married Wendell HARCOURT.
  126 M v Vern Eugene BLAKE
        Vern married Anna Jean TRENTHAM.

94. Forrest James , Sr. ROGERS (Charles Henry ROGERS , Sarah Francis DEAL , Francis DEAL , Peter DEAL , Francis , Peter , John ) was born on 30 Mar 1900 in Knoxville, Knox, Il. He died on 22 Jun 1981 in Canton, Fulton, Il.

A limited edition book was written by Forrest Rogers. It contains muchinformation about his life and is much too long to be included here. Veraand Forrest Rogers were married on December 14, 1935, in Palmyra,Missouri. On the way, it started snowing and the roads got slick.Forrest lost control of the car which caused it to go off the road andturn over twice. A passing car stopped to help. They said they did notexpect to find anyone alive. However, neither Vera nor Forrest were hurtmuch -- just scratches and bruises. They were able to pull the fendersout and drive the car on to Palmyra where it was taken to a repair shopfor work on the wheels. Vera and Forrest then went to the courthouse,got a marriage license, and headed for the Christian Church . They weremarried in the parsonage by the minister with his wife's assistance. Theythen went to a restaurant to eat. At 4:00 they picked up the car andheaded for home. A window was broken out of the car which they filledwith a piece of cardboard. More information about this is on pages 77 to80 of Forrest Rogers' book.

Forrest Rogers mother died when he was four years old. For about a yearhe and his two sisters lived with their two grandmothers. However, thegrandmothers decided that Forrest was too much for them to care for.During the time he was living with his grandmother Wilkes, he was bittenby a rabid dog and had to be taken to Chicago for rabies shots. A youngcouple in Iowa who were related to grandmother Wilkes could not havechildren and wanted to adopt him, but his grandmother Wilkes would notallow that because they lived on a farm and she feared for his safety.So, he was taken to Coffeeville, Kansas, by his Aunt Charlotte WilkesHitchens and her daughter, Helen, who was about his age. In Coffeeville,he lived with his grandmother Wilkes' cousins Knudly, Belle, Nettie,Lizzie and Bob Laird. He called them Aunt and Uncle, but they were thechildren of his grandmother Wilkes brother William F. Laird. Forrestdelivered newspapers to make money to help support the family. When hewas a freshman in high school, he took off on his own and traveled allover the western part of the country. He mostly traveled by hopping onfreight trains and worked many places, mostly in the oil fields. He wasin his twenties before he saw his father again. In the meantime, hisfather had married two more times.

After Forrest and Vera were married, he worked at the InternationalHarvester plant in Canton. The ends of two fingers were smashed in anaccident there. Because the wounds were not properly cleaned, he gotLock Jaw. He was one of the lucky ones who was able to survive. Afterthat, he worked at Fairview Colleries strip mine at Fairview, Illinois,as a welder. He next worked for his father in the well drillingbusiness. However, his father didn't think he needed to pay Forrestbecause he was a son. This was almost disastrous for Forrest's family sohe obtained a job as a welder at R. G. LeTourneau Company (later known asLeTourneau-Westinghouse) in Peoria, Illinois. He worked here until hisretirement at age 65. His retirement income was supplemented by cuttingand trimming lawns. He was very proud of his work and a little praisewould make him work that much harder.

He suffered a heart attack shortly after Vera's death. Then he startedlooking for a second wife because he felt he needed someone to take careof him. He married Annie Dixon of Petersburg, Virginia. After that hesuffered two more heart attacks, the second of which he did not survive.

Forrest married Vera Lavona BATH on 14 Dec 1935 in Palmyra, Marion, Mo. Vera was born on 16 Jan 1905 in St. David, Fulton, Il. She died on 11 Apr 1977 in Peoria, Peoria, Il.

For several years, Vera had a bone marrow disease named Myofibromatosis,which turned to Leukemia at the very end and was the cause of her death.Vera grew up on a farm near St. David, Illinois. She attended gradeschool in Dumferline, Illinois, and graduated from Canton High School in1924. For many years she worked at the F.W. Woolworth store in Canton.
Vera was a member of the First Christian Church in Canton, but attendedthe Free Methodist Church. Her Christian faith was very important,especially in the last ten years of her life when she suffered greatpain, but never complained. Her spleen had enlarged to about a gallonsize and must have been very uncomfortable. It could not be removed because her bone marrow was not making new blood and the spleen had to take that over. She had a dream of leaving each of her five children $1,000. About one week before her death, the last of the $5,000 was deposited in her account. This money was saved from her social security by doing without things for herself. She was then ready to go to her heavenly home.
In December 1974, Vera Bath Rogers wrote the following about her life andfamily.
"My grandfather, Abraham Bath, Sr., was born in Blackwood, England, on December 23, 1835. He was one of six sons and four daughters of Isaac and Ann Bath. My grandfather and two brothers came to America in 1863.
Abraham, Sr., married Lucinda Packer in Canton, Illinois. She already had a son, James Phillips, from a previous marriage.
Before they were married long, Abraham went back to England for a stay of 2 years. While he was away, Lucinda gave birth to a daughter, but gave it to another family for care, after she was unable to provide care.
Upon his return, Abraham tried to get the little girl, Mary Ann, back. Four more children were born to them: William, Abraham, Jr., Ann Elizabeth, and Alva. Lucinda died at the age of 37 from a tumor operation. Lacking adequate hospital facilities, the operation was performed on a kitchen table, but the doctor was unable to save her life.
My father was Abraham, Jr., who was born in Missouri on Nov. 8, 1873. His family moved from Missouri to Bryant, Illinois, and then to St. David, Illinois.
Abraham married Lenore Benham on Dec. 24, 1898. They lived on a far near St. David. To this union was born nine children, the first two being twins both dying at birth.
Abraham, Sr., was a coal miner who traveled quite a bit before his marriage."

Forrest and Vera had the following children:

  127 F i Living ROGERS
        Living married Living .
  128 M ii Living ROGERS
        Living married Living.
  129 F iii Living ROGERS
        Living married Living.
  130 M iv Living ROGERS
        Living married Living.
  131 M v Living ROGERS
        Living married Living .

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