|BOUCHER ||Mary Amelia
born 3 May 1906 to Mary Laura CHAINEY and Wilfrid Amadie BOUCHER. Married 5 Sep 1932 at St Thomas church to Edward Charles SCHNEBERGER (b 28 Jun 1909 NE to Edward F & Barbra (VACOK sp?) SCHNEBERGER; d 9 Feb 1992). Teacher at Hayden Lake school. Amelia died 8 May 1993.
Mother of Wilfred'52, Donald'53 & Judy'60 SCHNEBERGER. Sister of Wilfred'23, Ernest'26, Monica'28, John'30, Edward'33, and Clement'34 BOUCHER. See more BOUCHER family information.
Niece of Illa'09, Mary'12, & Selina'16 CHAINEY. See More CHAINEY information.
Barbra SCHNEBERGER was born Dec 1883 in Nebraska, to parents from Austria. After 9 children, she died c1924.
|BROTHERTON ||Marian Philomena
born 1907 MN to Louis & Mary BROTHERTON. Sister of Sr Anita'34, IHM. Married L R WOOD.
Louis BROTHERTON, born 26 Jan 1879 in Port Daniel, Bonaventure Co, Québec, Canada to John Adam (1840-1925) and Mary Anne (MURRAY 1843-1929) BROTHERTON. Follow this line (and spouses and cousins) at WorldConnect back another three generations to Alexander BROTHERTON (1749-1821) and beyond.
Louis registered for the draft in Kootenai County on 12 Sep 1918, where he was boom foreman at Rutledge Lumber. He lived at 615 Front; tall, slender, blue eyes, brown hair. He died 13 Sep 1944, in the millpond at the Rutledge Mill. May died in January 1954. Both are buried in St Thomas cemetery.
In 1901, Louis lived with his parents in Port Daniel, Quebec. —31 Mar 1901 Bonaventure County, Quebec ED143 sub K-3 p9.
In 1910, Louis and his family rented 808 Front, Cd'A, and comprised: Louis 29 CAN, road laborer; Mable, 25 MN, married 4 years, 1 child; Marian, 2 MN. —29 Apr 1910 Cd'A, ED166 p22B.
In 1920, the family lived at 108 Front St, and comprised: Louis, 40 CAN (parents b Scotland, Ireland), lumberman; owns home with mortgage, immig 1890, naturalized 1912; Mary, 35 MN (French CAN); Marian, 12 MN; Anita '34, age 3y9m ID. --7 Jan 1920 Cd'A, ED206 p8A.
In 1930, the family lived at 111 6th St, and comprised: Louis 51 CAN, foreman lumber mill, immig 1900, married age 26, naturalized, no military; May, 45 MN, married age 21; Anita '34, age 13 ID. --11 Apr 1930 Cd'A, ED12 p12B.
|BUCKLEY ||Mary Elizabeth
possibly Trudie E(lizabeth?) NUNNALLY, born 1904 to William E & Delphine (KEIZUR) NUNNALLY. She lived often with a childless couple, Joseph Lewis and Mamie BUCKLEY.
W E NUNNALLY married Delphine E KEIZUR on 7 Nov 1899, on Rathdrum Prairie, near Ramsey, where both families lived.
In 1900, Wm E NUNALLY, 41, farmer, born Nov 1858 AL (parents b AL), married less than a year to Delphine, 18, b May 1882 ID (AR, CA), lived on Rathdrum Prairie. —16 Jun 1900 Rathdrum pct, Kootenai county ID, ED57 p10B, HH210. Wm E appears to be the son of H E (b c1809 GA) and Isabella (b c1816 SC) NUNNALLY, wealthy planters who appear in the 1860 census of Shelby county AL.
W H KEIZUR, 59, b Mar 1841 CA (parents b NC), owns a mortgaged farm, listed on the page previous to NUNNALLY. Also in the family are wife Mary E, 39, b Nov 1861 AR (parents b NC), and sons Thomas H, 22, b Apr 1878 OR, and Bert H, 19, b Feb 1881 ID. The parents married 24 years earlier, and had 4 births, 3 still living. Also in the family is W H's brother, F M KEIZUR, 69, b Nov 1830 AR. —16 Jun 1900 Rathdrum pct, Kootenai county ID, ED57 p10A, HH196.
Joseph BUCKLEY, 23, b Feb 1877 TN (parents b TN), farmed in Salt Fork MO, with his wife, Mamie, 20, b Feb 1880 TN (parents b TN), married 3 years, no children. —6 Jun 1900, Saline county MO, ED138 p3B.
On 25 Jul 1907, Bert KEIZER married Effie HOWE at Rathdrum. His brother, Thomas H, married Ruth E HOWE at Moscow on 6 Feb 1909.
In 1910, J L BUCKLEY, 33 TN, lumber grader in planning mill, and wife Mamie, 30 TN, married 13 years, no children; lived next door to William E NUNNALLY, 51 AL, widow, and his children Wm E 9 ID, Ernest M 6 ID, and Trudy E 4 ID, all in Athol ID.
William H KEISER, 69 AR (parents b NC), with his wife Mary E, 49 CA (parents b MO) and his brother, Francis M KEISER, 80 AR, lived in Cd'A. —27 Apr 1910 Cd'A ward 4, ED170 p13B.
In 1918, Joseph Lewis BUCKLEY, b 22 Feb 1877, registered with the draft in Benewah county. He was yard foreman for Milwaukee Land Co at St Joe ID; his wife lived at 516 Sherman, Cd'A. He was 41, tall (73½ inches), 196 lbs, with gray eyes and dk brown hair. —12 Sep 1918, Benewah county ID
In 1920, Trudie E, 15 ID ID TX, student, was living with J L BUCKLEY, 40 TN TN TN, shipping Sup't at lumber mill, Marie L, 37 TN (VA, TN); Homer M BUCKLEY, 18 OK, boarder, high school (probably Ernest M NUNNALLY, 16), all renting 918 N 7th St, Cd'A. —7 Jan 1920 Cd'A ward 4, ED207 p7B.
Wm E NUNNALLY, 61 AL, divorced, is farming, alone, in Athol. His son Wm Eddie, born 13 Jun 1900, had recently died 19 Feb 1919 at Corbin.
Trudie E NUNALLY married 9 Feb 1924 to T O TANNER at Cd'A. No further information found on him. This marriage, and the birth of a child in Jan 1925, suggest that the Elizabeth BUCKLEY who graduated in May 1925 is NOT this Trudie E, given the likely exclusion from Catholic School over these two circumstances.
In 1930, Trudie TANNER, 24 ID OK CO, widow, with son Richard TANNER, 5y3mo ID ID ID, was living with Joseph BUCKLEY, widow, 54 TN VA VA, lumber mill foreman. They are renting an apartment at 205 Foster, Cd'A. —4 Apr 1930 Cd'A ward 3, ED16 p3A .
Wm E NUNNALLY, 71 AL GA NC, widow, farmer, lives in Athol with his son, Ernest M, 26, single. Wm E NUNNALLY 1857-1938 died 13 Mar 1938 at Cd'A. Buried with his son, Eddie (1900-1919) in Pine Grove cemetery, Rathdrum.
Trudy's brother, Thomas H KEIZER, b 1879, died Mar 1962, and is buried in Newport WA cemetery. His brother, Bert (1881-1945), Ruth E (relationship unknown, 1869-1957), and his mother Mary (1859-1943) are all buried in Woodlawn cemetery, St Maries.
Mary E KEIZUR married 22 Oct 1921 at St Maries to Barney G TOOKER, probably the George Byran TOOKER who died 1938 and is buried (as Barney) in Woodlawn cemetery, St Maries. In 1930, Barney, 59 NY NY NY, woodsman, and Marella, 68 CA MO MO, lived in Rogar's lumber camp #2 Mica Creek in Shoshone county ID. —14 Apr 1930, Big Creek Pct, ED2 p2B.
Trudy E's son, Richard Lewis TANNER, was born 3 Jan 1925, and died 4 Jan 2000, He married first Selma SWARTZ in 1960, then Alice BOYER in 1993. He is buried in Pia Mission cemetery, Stevens Co WA.
|BURNS ||Marjorie Rowena
No likely Marjorie born 1906-1908 found, based on 1910-1920-1930 census indices, marriage or genealogy records.
|CASSEDY ||Martha Winona
Born in North Dakota to John and Constance (PINEO) CASSEDY. Died 1966. Martha married (1) Albert B HATCH on 27 Jun 1925 at Cd'A. Martha and Bert had 3 children: John W HATCH (1926-1999),James Albert HATCH (1927-2007; CHS'45), and Robert Lavern HATCH (1929-1964). Bob HATCH taught speech at IHM in 1963. Martha married (2) Ralph "Pete" HANSEN. More family information
|GERDES ||Marguerite Lucille
Born 1907 WA to Thomas Remmers & Helen (WENDLAND) GERDES. Sister of Francis'27, Anna Marie'28, Maxine'31, Dorothy'38 and John('35) GERDES.
GERDES family census history
Married Ralph Brown YOUNG [21, printer from Sunderland ENG, living in Salt Lake City] on 31 Dec 1929, in Spokane. The marriage certificate reports her parents as both of Minonk (Woodford Co) IL. Ralph's parents are Ralph and Margaret (SMITHSON) YOUNG. —WA Digital Archives. Ralph B YOUNG, born 15 Apr 1908 in Durham, England, died 20 Apr 1941, buried in Palo Alto CA. Marguerite died 30 Sep 1960, and is buried in St Thomas cemetery.
In 1920, Ralph YOUNG, 11 ENG, immig 1914/1919, lived with his parents, Ralph Sr 37 ENG (printing co compositor) and Annie (MILLER/GRASSICK; stepmother), 39 SCOTLAND, with two younger siblings, at 626 S 10th E, SLC.
In 1930, Margaret and Ralph, both 21, were renting ($20) at 414 4th St, Yakima WA. Ralph was a linotyper for a newspaper; immigrated in 1912, naturalized. —2 Apr 1930, Yakima WA ED25 p2B. Margaret and Ralph are parents of Anne '52 YOUNG.
In 1940, Margaret and Ralph lived in Palo Alto CA.
In 1900, Tjark "Thomas", 15, b 11 Sept 1884 IL, lived with his parents, Jacob & Heimke (TJARK) GERDES, in Minonk, Woodford, Illinois, with siblings Hero, Minnie & Martin.
In 1910, Thomas and his wife Helen, married 3 years with 2 children, rented on West Garden Ave in Cd'A. The family comprised: Tjerk R (Thomas), 25 IL (parents b GER), real estate salesman; Helen, 29 IL (parents b GER), 2 births; Marguerite '25, 2 WA; and Francis '27, 9mo ID. —4 May 1910 Cd'A, ED173A p20A.
In 1920, the family lived at 813 Indiana, and comprised: Tom R, 35 IL, real estate insurance; Helen, 36 IL; Marguerite '25, 11 WA; Francis '27, 10 ID; Anna Marie '28, 8 ID; Maxine '31, 6 ID; John, 3 ID; Dorothy '38, 7mo ID. —14 Jan 1920 Cd'A ward 2, ED206 p17A; .
In 1930, the family was renting 817 Wallace, and comprised: [no Tom]; Helen, 47 IL, married age 24, head-of-household, own home and radio; Francis '27, 20 ID, salesman in radio store; Anna Marie '28, 18 ID, bookkeeper in press office; Maxine '31, 16 ID; John, 14 ID; and Dorothy '38, 10 ID. —7 Apr 1930 Cd'A ward 2, ED11 p5A .
In 1938, at the same address, Maxine (typist); John (gas station); Dorothy (student, Whitney College of Commerce); lived with their mother, Helen. —city directory. Tjark's mother died this year, in Illinois.
In 1940, Jacob's obituary In the Bloomington IL Pantagraph reported son Tjark living in San Francisco.
Gerdes Funeral MINONK. (PNS) Funeral services for Jacob S Gerdes, 82, who died at 8:30 p. m. Sunday at his home will be at 2 p. m. from the Watson funeral home. Mr. Gerdes was born Sept. 21, 1858, in Werdum by Essen, Ostfries- He had been ill of heart disease He married Hiemke Cornelia Tjarks Dec. 23, 1878 in Thunum, Germany. They came to America in 1881 when they moved to a farm southeast of Minonk. In 1891 they came to Minonk making their home. Surviving are four children:, Harry M. Gerdes of Amarillo, Tex., Tjark R. Gerdes of San Francisco, Calif.; Mrs. Minnie Goodwin of Minonk and Martin Gerdes of Benson. There are 15 grandchildren and eight great grandchildren. Mrs. Gerdes died in July, 1938. — Pantagraph,Tuesday, May 28, 1940, page 6
In 1942, Tjark (Thomas) registered for the WW2 draft, reported a birth date of 11 Sep 1889, and residence Seattle. He died there in Dec 1966.
Helen E (WENDLAND) GERDES, born 31 Jul 1880, was buried 15 Nov 1978 in St Thomas cemetery, along with a stillborn infant b/d 9 Dec 1926, and her daughter Marguerite (GERDES '25) YOUNG.
|HALEY ||Rinaldo Graham
Born 7 Oct 1907 in Idaho to Arthur Wellesley (1873-1953) and Cecelia (KILDEA 1875-1928) HALEY. Probably named in honor of his paternal uncle, Rinaldo HALEY, and his maternal uncle, James GRAHAM (1867-1906), US Land Office agent, County attorney, and military man, who died 1 year earlier. R. Graham served in 1933-34 Idaho legislature as a representative from Kootenai County. Moved to Palo Alto CA by 1944, where he died 23 Feb 1998. —CADI, SSDI, Palo Alto Weekly Married Marguerite BRIC, had 5 children in CA: Rinaldo Graham, Teresa Anne, Pamela Cecelia, Jane Leah & John Wellesley HALEY. —CABI
Obituary: --San Francisco Chronicle, Friday, 27 Feb 1998
Services will be conducted tomorrow for R. Graham HALEY, a Peninsula entrepreneur who died of natural causes at his Palo Alto home on February 23 at the age of 90.
A 54-year resident of Palo Alto, Mr HALEY was president of his own company, Pacific Builders, a residential real estate development firm in Palo Alto.
Born in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, Mr HALEY graduated from Gonzaga University in Spokane, and Georgetown University School of Foreign Service in Washington DC.
Before World War II, he served in his home state as a US marshal and was later elected a state senator. During the war, he served as a lieutenant commander in the US Navy. He settled in Palo Alto after the war.
He went to work for American President Lines in San Francisco, retiring as a vice president of APL in 1960 to form his own development company in Palo Alto.
Mr HALEY is survived by his wife, Margurite (BRIC) HALEY of Palo Alto; his five children, G Bric HALEY of Squaw Valley, Tess HALEY-WACHS of Beverly Hills, Pamela C HALEY of Orinda, Jane ABELHOUZEN of Pasadena and John HALEY of Stockton; and eight grandchildren.
Services will be conducted at 11 am tomorrow (Saturday) at St Anne's Chapel, 525 Melville Avenue at Tasso Street in Palo Alto.
In 1881, Arthur W, age 8, was with his parents (note brother, Renaldo, 9) in Antigonish NS CAN. Census record, p 69 line 6.
In 1891, Arthur W, age 18, was still with his parents in Antigonish NS CAN. Census record, p 15 line 24.
In 1891, Cecelia, age 20, lived with her parents in Southwold, Ontario CAN. Census record, p 18, line 25.
In 1901, Arthur's brother, Rinaldo (b 15 Aug 1874), was still with his parents in Antigonish NS CAN. Census record, p 6 family 56. Art's father, John, was born 13 July 1836. His mother, Anne, was born 5 June 1848. In 1911, John S and Ann J HALEY still lived in Antigonish. Census transcript line 31.
In 1910, the family lived at 513 Lakeside, CdA and comprised: Arthur W, 39 CAN (parents b IRL, ENG), merchant, immig 1907; Celia (KILDEA), wife, 39 CAN (parents b IRL, CAN), married 6 years, 1 birth/child; Graham, 2 ID; Hannah KILDEA, sister-in-law, 42 CAN (parents b CAN), immig 1905; Julian BEDARD, boarder, 52 CAN, Catholic Priest; Maude BERRY, 26 CAN, servant; and Teresa Marie (KILDEA) GRAHAM, sister-in-law (recent widow of James GRAHAM). —20 Apr 1910 Cd'A, ED166 p10B
In 1920, the family lived at 513 Lakeside, and comprised: Arthur W, 46 CAN, accountant; Cecelia J, 40 CAN; Graham, son, 12 ID. Next entry, (but at 1200 Lakeshore Dr), is Teresa GRAHAM, widow, 47 CAN (parents b IRL, ENG), immig 1895; nearby at 502 Lakeside is Alphonsus KILDEA Jr, 42 CAN. —9 Jan 1920 Cd'A, ED206 p10B.
In 1930, Graham and his father lived at 622 Lakeside, Cd'A. Arthur, widow, 57 CAN, is office manager for a boat company. Graham, 22, is unemployed. —7 Apr 1930 Cd'A, ED11 p12B.
Arthur W was born c 1874, died 9 Jan 1953. Cecelia was b 5 Jul 1875, died 6 Jun 1928 at Cd'A. Both are buried in St Thomas cemetery.
|HEALY ||Ellen T
b 11 Jan 1904 at Cd'A to Joseph Patrick and Ella Penrose (KILDEA) HEALY, d 15 Jan 1990, bur St Thomas Cem. Sister of Alphonsus, Ignatius, Margaret '19 (Sr St Teresa, IHM) and William Kildea '30 HEALY. When Ellen died, she left $110K to St Thomas church, and $110K to St Thomas Cemetery. See more family information.
|KELLY ||Mary Aleen
born 23 Jun 1908 at San Francisco CA to Michael Joseph & Lillian Margaret (SIMMONS) KELLY. Baptized 9 Aug 1908 in Santa Cruz CA. Died 24 Mar 1983 Spokane, buried 26 Mar 1983 in Holy Cross Cemetery, Spokane. She married 6 Feb 1937 at St Thomas church to attorney Patrick Christopher '24 SHINE (1907~1977), who is buried with her. Sister of T Gilbert, Florence'32, and (Howard) Joseph KELLY.
In 1880, Lilly SIMMONS, age 1, lived with her parents on a farm in the Bitterroot Valley, MT, with her sister Ella, 1 mo. The family comprised: Gilbert SIMMONS, 52 NY (parents b NY); wife Nancy, 20 KS (parents b TN, AL); Lilly and Ella. —7 Jun 1880, Missoula Co MT, ED24 p7C .
In 1900, Michael J KELLY, born May 1870 Ireland, age 30, was a dry goods clerk in Butte MT. He immigrated in 1893, and has filed papers for naturalization. He roomed at 30 E Granite St, with a dozen other dry good clerks and 3 bookkeepers - possibly housing above the store. —1 Jun 1900 ward 3, Butte, Silver Bow county MT, ED105 p1A.
In 1900, Lillie SIMMONS, b Apr 1879 MT (parents b NY, KS), was a teacher in Ravalli Co MT, and lived with her widowed mother (Nancy E, b Aug 1859 KS, parents b TN, MO) and six younger siblings: Walter 18, Lee 16, Homer 15, Howard 13, Edith 10, Mason 8, all b MT. —12 Jun 1900 Corvallis twp, Ravalli MT, ED83 p5A.
Michael Joseph KELLY was born in Ireland, to Thomas & Margaret (McGUIRE) KELLY. He married Lillian M SIMMONS on 2 May 1905 in Missoula MT. They lived at 902 Front, Cd'A (1920, 1930, 1940, 1950). He operated Kelly's, a clothing store.
In 1910, the KELLY family lived in Missoula, and comprised: Michael J KELLY, 31 Ireland, dry good salesman, married 5 years, owns home; Lilla, 31 MT (parents b NY, TN), 2 births, 2 living; Gilbert 4 MT; Aleen 1 CA. —25 Apr 1910 Missoula MT ward 3, ED69 p17B. It appears his age dropped after marriage!.
In 1920, the family owned (no mtge) 902 Front, Cd'A, and comprised: Michael J, 41 Ireland, manager of dry goods
store, immig 1893, naturalized; Lilla M, 40 MT (parents b NY, KS); Gilbert, 13 MT; Aleen, 11 CA; Florence'32, age 5 ID; Howard (Joseph), 2mo ID. —5 Jan 1920 Cd'A ward 2, ED206 p6A .
In 1930, the family still owned [value: $6000] and lived at 902 Front, Cd'A, and comprised: Michael, 56 IRL, married age 31, buyer for mercantile, has radio; Lilla, wife, 48 MT (parents b NY, AL), married age 23; Gilbert, 23 MT, office worker; Eileen, 21 CA, steno in doctor's office; Florence'32, age 15 ID; and Joseph 10 ID. —10 Apr 1930 Cd'A ward 2, ED12 p11B.
In 1940, the family still owned/lived at 902 Front, and comprised: Michael, 69, Ireland, merchant; Lilla, 61 MT; Florence'32, age 24 ID, clerk; Joseph, 20 ID, laborer; and Eva GREEN, 19 PA, maid. T Gilbert and Hazel, both 34, lived next door and had Hazel's daughter, Betty Claire ---, 11.
Aleen's grandmother, Nancy E SIMMONS, age 76, died 17 Dec 1935 in Ravalli Co MT —MT Death Index. Aleen's uncle, Homer Gilbert SIMMONS, b 14 Aug 1885, farmed with his wife in Hamilton MT in 1918 —draft registration. He died 26 May 1967 in Ravalli Ct MT.
Aleen's parents: Lilla M (SIMMONS) KELLY, b Apr 1879, died 11 Apr 1958. Michael Joseph KELLY, b 27 May 1869, died 26 Jan 1953 at Cd'A.
Both are buried in St Thomas cemetery.
|KENNEDY ||Margaret Frances
Born c1905 in Idaho to Daniel B and Mary Teresa (MacDONALD) KENNEDY. Sister of Catherine and John A KENNEDY, who were boarders at IHM in 1910. Niece of Catherine A (MacDONALD) and husband Clinton B WILLIAMS, making the KENNEDYS cousins of IHM's WILLIAMS and GARRON graduates.
In 1900, D B and Mary KENNEDY lived in Rib Lake WI. Daniel was born Apr 1864 in Canada, to parents born in Scotland and Canada. He emigrated in 1882, and married c1892. Mary T was born in Apr 1872 in Canada (parents b Canada), and emigrated in 1890. Children: Catherine, b Jun 1894 WI; John A, b May 1896 WI; and Mary J, b Apr 1898 WI.
In 1910, the family was living near Coos Bay, Oregon, where Dan managed a boarding house for sawmill workers on Isthmus Slough. Mary T was a cook, and reported 4 births, but only 2 living children. Oddly, Katherine M, 15, and John A, 13, are listed with the parents, and also listed in the Cd'A census as boarding students. Two more children, Mary J, 10 (actually, 12), and Frances, 5 Idaho, were added to this household, but listed 3 pages later. Dolores was born a month after census, in Coos Bay.
In 1920, the family lived in Cd'A, at 312 N 10th (1 block from the Academy). Dan, 56, immigrated in 1881, was naturalized in 1888, and worked in a lumber mill. Mary, 46, immigrated in 1892, was naturalized in 1913. Children John, 23, Mary 21, and Frances 14 were joined by Dolores, 9 OR. Daughter Catherine (Sr Espiritu, IHM) died 3 Jan 1920 at Cd'A, age 26, buried St Thomas cemetery.
In 1930, the family lived at 1622 N 7th, Cd'A, and comprised: Dan, 65, sawmill laborer, married age 28; Mary, 55, married age 20; Mary, 26, bookkeeper in box factory; and Frances, 21.
In 1940, DANIEL, Mary T and Frances, 32, lived at 1622 N 7th, Cd'A.
Dolores A KENNEDY died age 15 at Cd'A in 1925. Mary T (mother) died in April 1946. Daniel B died 8 months later. All are buried in St Thomas cemetery. John Alexander KENNEDY registered for the WW1 draft in 1918 in Kootenai county, reporting his birth 29 May 1896 in Rib Lake WI. John died 3 Nov 1987 at Cd'A.
on 26 July 1946 at Butte MT, Margaret (age 31) married a divorcee, Sherman Clifford DUNMIRE, age 46, who was born in Oil City PA to Sherman and Bertha (Phillips) DUNMIRE. Sherman was previously married (1934-1944) to Ruth Elizabeth Ross.
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|MAYVILLE ||Mary Doris (Dora)
born 1906 in Canada, to Joseph H and Delima (DuCHARME) MAYVILLE. Came to USA in 1907 with family. No information found on Dora after her graduation.
In 1910, the family owned and lived at 1103 Fifth, Cd'A, and comprised: Joseph H MAYVILLE, 40 French Canada, immig 1889, naturalized, edgerman at sawmill, married 11 years; Delima, wife, 37 French Canada, immig 1878, 3 births, 3 living children; Harvey, son, 8 MN; Florence, 5 French Canada, immig 1907; Dora, 3 French Canada, immig 1907. --22 Apr 1910 Cd'A ward 4, ED170 p10A.
On 24 Oct 1916, when Dora was 9, her mother, Delima (DuCHARME) MAYVILLE died at Cd'A and was buried in St Thomas Cemetery.
In 1920, the family owned and lived at 1103 Fifth, Cd'A, and comprised: Joseph H MAYVILLE, 49, b French Canada, widow, edgerman at sawmill; Harvey, son, 17 MN; Florence, 15, Fr Can; Dora, 13 Fr Can. —2 Jan 1920 Cd'A ward 3, ED205 p2B, Ella P HEALY, enumerator.
In 1930, Joseph H MAYVILLE, 60 English Canada, widow, immigrated 1889, naturalized citizen, sawmill laborer, owned and lived alone at 602 N 11th St, Cd'A. Dora's whereabouts unknown. Florence and her husband, Walter W PETERS, lived in Spokane (renting 1500 Courtland Ave) with their three children, Delores 7 ID, Warren 3y11mo ID, and Jacqueline 1mo WA.
Joseph H MAYVILLE, b 28 Jan 1870, died 13 Mar 1940 in Cd'A. His wife, Delima MAYVILLE, b Apr 1873, died 24 Oct 1916 at Cd'A. Both are buried in St Thomas Cemetery. Their daughter, Florence R, married Warren W PETERS on 4 Jun 1921 in Cd'A. Florence, b 9 Dec 1904, died in Feb 1967. Son Harvey H MAYVILLE, b 31 Mar 1902 MN, died 7 Oct 1951 in San Francisco. On 11 Aug 1942 from Monterey CA, Harvey enlisted in the Army, reporting he was 64" tall and 153 lbs, single with no dependents, and had a grammar school education.
|ROCHE ||Margarete Ann
born 24 July 1907 at Cd'A to Michael Joseph & Mary (KELLEHER) ROCHE, both born Ireland. Sister of Catherine'24, Agnes '27, Jack (m Josephine FLYNN '33), and James'31 ROCHE. Aunt of Agnes'60, Patrick'62, Marilyn'63, Terry, Theresa'69 & Kevin'71 ROCHE. Margarete worked as a bookkeeper in Coos Bay (Marshfield), Oregon (1938). Married 27 Apr 1938 at Vancouver WA to (divorcee; also of Marshfield) Verlin C RICHARDSON (1907 Scio Oregon - 1999). Margarete died 6 Apr 1991 at Eugene, Oregon. Buried Portland.
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|RONALD ||Ralphine Angeline
born 24 Oct 1907 In Stockton CA (probably birth-named Bertha H BUYCK) in California. lifelong parents: Robert M and Leona (MATHEWSON) RONALD. She was an attorney (probate) in DC for many years, after graduating in Law (1954) from George Washington University. She was active in AAUW (1943-?) and Gamma Phi Beta and Phi Delta Delta (women's legal sorority/fraternity). Died Bethesda MD on 18 Aug 2001. Survived by husband, Rear Admiral Merlin H STARING, USN (ret). See more ancestral information.
OBITUARY: | Lawyer, Educator Ralphine STARING [--Washington Post 30 Aug 2001] |
Ralphine (RONALD) STARING, 93, an educator and lawyer who for 27 years represented abused and neglected children as a volunteer in D.C. Superior Court, died of lung cancer Aug 18 at the National Naval Medical Center in Bethesda. Mrs Staring also had a private legal practice with her husband, retired Navy Rear Adm Merlin H Staring, from 1983 until she retired in 1995. This practice was based in Washington and later at their home in Bowie.
She was born in Stockton CA, attended the University of Idaho and graduated from the University of Oregon. She received a master's degree in speech from Louisiana State University and a law degree from George Washington University law school.
She was a public school teacher in Oregon and later lived in Pittsfield MA, before relocating to Washington when her husband was called to active Navy duty in 1941. During World War II, she taught speech and English at American University, operated a children's theater school in Cleveland Park and coached drama at the Foxcroft School in Middleburg. After the war, she accompanied her husband to Navy assignments in London, Naples and Honolulu, where she served as executive secretary of the Hawaii Bar Association.
Returning to Washington in 1968, she began a volunteer career as legal representative of abused and neglected children in the D.C. courts. For this work, she received certificates of appreciation from the Women's Bar Association of the District of Columbia and the Friends of the Superior Court of the District of Columbia. She was a former president and co-chair of Friends of the Superior Court.
She was a member of St Alban's Episcopal Church in Washington, the National Cathedral Association, the Army and Navy Club and the Army-Navy Country Club. In addition to her husband, survivors include a daughter, Joan (STARING) NEWLIN of Centerport, NY; two grandchildren; and a great-granddaughter.
|SULLIVAN ||Lawrence Daniel
born 3 Nov 1906 ID to John & Annie/Selina (BROCK) SULLIVAN. Brother of Ellen F'22, Raymond B'23, & Selina M'28, and others. See more family information.
In 1930, Lawrence, age 23, was a locomotive fireman at Big Creek loading station in the Cd'A National Forest, near Murray. —12 Apr 1930, Murray, Shoshone, Idaho ED20 p3A 
Married Frieda Lucretia EVANS (1903-1992 Sequim WA) before 1940, when they lived in Spokane.
|WILLIS ||Mary Isabel
no info known - listed in graduates in Catholic Monthly, July 1925.
possibly, Isabella WILLIS, born 3 Oct 1905 in Calgary to Sidney and Florence WILLIS.
census, lines 85-87