Martha married (second) to Ralph "Pete" HANSEN. Martha, both husbands, her mother and grandparents, and three sons are all buried in Forest Cemetery, Cd'A, plot G/28/01-04.
Martha's sister, Constance Louise CASSEDY, was born May 1898 in Minnesota. Louise married Alfred Bernard NELSON on 21 Oct 1925 at Rathdrum. Alfred, born 25 Jun 1890, died 23 Aug 1951 at Rathdrum.
On 29 Oct 1850, Cyrus PINEO lived with his family in Noble County, Indiana. The family comprised: Pascal PINEO, 37, shoemaker; Emenerancy, 27; George 6, Huldah 5, Cyrus 3, (all b VT) and Frederick 1, b Indiana. one transcript, indexed "Pince". Ancestry.com census image, indexed "Pinco". Cyrus was born 19 Oct 1847. His future wife, Flavilla M SAWYER, was born 20 Nov (1848 --per 1900 census--) or 1850. --burial record, see 1911. Extensive genealogy on both lines is available at WorldConnect.
On 2 Apr 1857, Paschal PINEO received patent on a 160 acre homestead in Fillmore County, Minnesota.
In 1860, Cyrus PINEO lived with his parents in Chatfield, Fillmore, Minnesota. The family comprised: P P PINEO, 46 VT; Emeraney, 35 ; George, 16; Hulda, 15; Cyrus, 13; Fred 9, and Catherine A, 3. census image (fee req'd).
On 13 Jul 1870, Cyrus PINEO, 22 VT, farmer; his wife Flavilla, 22 IL, and daughter Constance, 8 months, lived in Chatfield, Fillmore county, Minnesota --household #226; indexed "PRUNA". Nearby are his parents: Paschall PINEO, 56 VT, shoemaker; Emernancy, 46 VT; Fred, 26 IN and Dell, 8 MN --household #148, indexed "Hershall PENNIE".
In 1880, Cyrus PINEO and family, (including Constance, age 10), had moved to Grand Meadow, Mower county, Minnesota, and lived third door from Constance's future husband's CASSEDY family.
On 9 Jun 1900, the CASSEDY and PINEO family rented in Campbell, Wilkin county, Minnesota, and comprised: John CASSIDY, b Nov 1867 MN, parents b IRL, Hardwareman, married 3 years; his wife, Constance, b Aug 1871 MN, (parents b VT, IL), 1 birth; daughter, Louise C, b May 1898 MN; and Constance's parents, "Silas" C PINEO, 52, b Oct 1848 VT, Hardwareman; and Flavila M, 51, b Nov 1848 IL (parents b CAN, NY).
On 30 Apr 1910, Martha lived with her parents at (rental) 1042 Second St in Cd'A. The family comprised John CASSEDY, 40, undertaker; Constance, 38, Louise C, 11, and Martha, age 5, all born in Minnesota. Nearby (two pages earlier), Constance's parents owned a home on Government Way, Cd'A: Cyrus C PINEO, 66 VT (parents b VT, UNK) and Flavilla 60 IL (parents b MA, NY), married 45 years, one child.
On 20 Apr 1911, Cyrus PINEO died, and was buried in the family plot (G/28/01-04) at Forest cemetery, Cd'A. Flavilla M PINEO died on 23 Mar 1933, and is buried with Cyrus.
In 1920, Constance V CASSEDY, 48 MN, (parents b VT, IL), listed as a widow and self-employed Undertaker, owns (mortgaged) and lives at 110 Cd'A Avenue, with daughters Louise C, 21 MN, and Martha W, 16 ND. Her husband, John CASSEDY, also listed as a widow, was an undertaker in Tacoma WA, and has a nephew, Carl J CASSEDY, 24 ND (parents b LA and Canada--appears to be a son of John's brother Timothy), living with him as an assistant.
In 1930, Constance, 59, proprietor of an Undertaking parlor, has married and lives with Frederick WENDT, 54 WI, a carpenter, at 109 Lakeside Ave, Cd'A. (across the back fence from daughter Martha). Martha, 25 MN (parents b England), is married five years, to Bert HATCH, 28 MN, a city police officer. They own their home, at 114 Cd'A avenue, value $3K, and have a radio. Also in the home are three sons: John 4, James 2, and Robert HATCH.
John CASSEDY, 62 MN (parents b Ireland), was renting at 1004 S 12th in Tacoma WA. He was a manager of a funeral parlor, and divorced. An "assistant undertaker", living next door at 1002 S 12th, is the widow Hilda E NELSON, 46 Sweden, who emigrated in 1900. She was also an assistant undertaker in 1920, living with her husband, Andrew, a sawmill laborer. (In 1910, they lived in Escanaba MI. Andrew died in Tacoma 30 Aug 1928 in a conveyor belt accident.)
On 23 May 1942 in Tacoma, John CASSEDY died, ae 74 years, 6 mo 6 days, (born 17 Nov 1867), His parents are listed as Timothy CASSEDY and Margaret HACKETT; his wife is listed as Hilda (1883 - 1968) [see 1930 census.].
On 31 Jan 1946, Constance Virginia (PINEO) CASSEDY [WENDT], born 13 Aug 1869, died at Cd'A and was buried in the family plot at Forest cemetery under "CASSEDY".
After returning to his home town of Coeur d'Alene, he courted and married Betty Huffman whom he had known since she was four as Jim was best friends with her eight older brothers. Jim and Betty were married July 10, 1953.
Jim started his teaching career in Huntington, Oregon where he taught social studies and coached six-man football. Next, he took a teaching position at Harrington, Washington, again teaching social studies and coaching eight-man football along with basketball. After Harrington he moved on to Carnation, Washington, where he taught and coached at Tolt High School until 1964. It was in 1964 that Jim moved to Cheney, a place he would spend the rest of his life as he coached, taught history, became the athletic director, and raised his children who all graduated as Cheney Blackhawks. In 1966 his Blackhawk football team was undefeated. In 1973 he retired from coaching to become the Athletic Director, serving in that position until 1987 and retiring from education in 1988. Throughout his twenty-four years at Cheney High School, Jim was known for a great sense of humor and his positive effect on many young people. Among those was the late Tom Oswald, the quarterback of the undefeated 1966 football team who taught and coached at Cheney High for over 20 years. Even in retirement Jim remained loyal to Cheney High athletics as a fan.
Jim is survived by his wife of fifty-four years Betty, son Jimmy Hatch (Celia), daughter Jana Berg (Cliff), daughter Lori Wyborney (Hank), and daughter Krisann Hatch (James Sloan), grandchildren Kelsey, Cami, Adam, Jenna, Dane, Tatum, H.D., Brett, and Kylie, as well as many nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents, stepfather Pete Hansen, and brothers Robert and Jack Hatch.
A Memorial Service will be held at 11:00 am, November 17, 2007 at Cheney High School in the old gym, Reverend Debi Hasdorff presiding. In lieu of flowers, the family has asked that donations be sent to the Cheney High School Haas Foundation in care of Jim Missel, in memory of Jim Hatch. The Haas Foundation provides for scholastic and activity fees for students who are unable to pay.
|James Albert HATCH, 27 Sep 1927, d 4 Nov 2007, bur 2008
Cyrus Carter PINEO, b Oct 1848, d 20 Apr 1911
Flavilla (SAWYER) PINEO, b Nov 1848, d 23 Mar 1933
Martha (CASSEDY '25) [HATCH] HANSON, b c1903, d 1966
|Ralph HANSEN, b 11 Aug 1914, d 3 Jul 1971
John W HATCH, b 2 Feb 1926, d 22 May 1999
Albert B HATCH, b 5 Aug 1901, d 28 Feb 1961
|Constance (PINEO) CASSEDY, b 13 Aug 1869-71, d 31 Jan 1946
Robert Lavern HATCH, b 29 May 1929, d 25 Jul 1964