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GENEALOGY AND DESCENDANTS 

OF 

OTIS SKINNER COLE 
1815 - 1896 



Compiled by 
EVELYN SMITH BAER 



"And he shall turn the heart of the fathers to the 
children, and the heart of the children to their 
fathers, lest I come and smite the earth with 
a curse. " --Malachi 4:6 



GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY 

OP THE CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST 
OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS 






Pub 1 i s h e d 
J. Grant Stev 
230 West 1230 North 
Provo, Utah 84601 
1972 




INTRODUCTION 

And now, dear family, it is finally done. The 
long-awaited family history and genealogy of the 
descendants of Otis Skinner Cole and his wife, Lucy 
Reynolds, has taken almost ten years to accumulate 
and compile. It would have been desirable to 
include more personal stories, but not everyone 
sent this information. And more on the history of 
Otis and Lucy's parentage would have been of great 
interest, but finding the records has been difficult. 
Nevertheless, it is hoped that all will find this 
effort pleasing and useful in gaining a better under- 
standing and appreciation of each other --how we're 
related, and the wonderful heritage we have as 
members of this family. 

We would be unappreciative, indeed, were we 
to forget about our predecessors. It is not our 
prerogative to place the "stamp of approval or 
success" on anyone's life. Their trials, sorrows, 
successes, sacrifices should hold an honored place 
in our hearts. They have prepared the way for us, 
usually enduring hardships and the difficulties of 
their times. Of course, too, there were joys and 
satisfactions, but living an honest, good life has 
never been easy. 

It is hoped that many will become interested 
in their other lines of ancestry. Everyone should 
make an effort to keep their family records up to 
date and accurate. Generations of the future will 
look back at us and wonder what we were like. So 
many of the wonderful stories of those of the past 
are lost forever when the elder members begin to 
pass away. Let's record them for our children, 
that they too may know and love these precious 
personalities. I hope this book will help in some 
small way. 



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I cannot begin to thank enough all those who 
patiently and diligently sent me their family data, 
stories, and pictures, and then waited through the 
years for it all to be completed. It would have 
been impossible to gather all this information 
from state archives. Most of the information 
on the earliest two generations is documented 
from civil or church records, bibles, censuses, 
etc., but all else has come through correspondence 
with our many "Cole Cousins". I want to express 
my especial thanks to Flora Cole of Pa. , Florence 
Hanshaw of Ariz., Alice Sloan, Kenneth Cole, June 
Breton^. Joan Dimmock, and Grace Graham all of 
Canada, Kathryn Robinson and Lynn Robinson, 
Merlin Smith, Ralph Smith, Emma Overman all 
of Calif. , and Ed Smith of Utah for all the help 
they have been over the years. 

I hope that errors and omissions are few and 
far between. I truly apologize to anyone whose data 
is incorrect or incomplete. 

The numerical system is simple. Each child 
who has a personal story has been given a number. 
The numbers begin with the first son of Otis and 
Lucy. The pedigree charts are also numbered 
correspondingly, i.e. , #6 Ida Greeley Cole on the 
pedigree chart is #6 in the book. The numbers 
follow the regular sequence. An index is found 
at the back of the book. 



Evelyn Smith Baer 
November, 1972 



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BIOGRAPHICAL CONTENTS 

Biographies are listed numerically. For a 
specific descendant, see the Index at end of book. 
Those listed here have a picture included, except 
those noted with (np). 

1-Coriolanus Skinner Cole 

2 -Charles Junius Cole (np) 

3-Alphonso Orlando Percy Cole 

4 -Walter Silvanus Timotheus Cole 

5-Rohamey Dre ample Cole 

6 -Ida Greeley Cole 

7 -Charles Peter Cole 

8 -Raymond Arthur Cole 

9 -Albert Edwin Cole 
10 -Ida Maree Cole 
11-Alphaeus Philemon Cole 
12 -Lucius Sylvanus Cole 
13 -Walter Augustus Cole-(np) 
14-Percy Julius Cole 
15 -Ida Orillia Hicks 
16 -Florence Adelia Hicks 
17 -Daniel Bernard Hicks 
18-Kathryn Marie Smith 
19 -Ralph Clayton Smith 
20 -Glenn Oren Smith 
21 -Donald Lawrence Smith 
22 -Kenneth Woodrow Smith 
23-Alice May Cole 
24 -Albert Mervin Cole (np) 
25 -Richard Donald Cole (np) 
26 -Kenneth Maurice Cole 
27 -Walter William Cole 
28-Alberta Elizabeth Cole 
29 -Orlando Timothy Cole 
30-Rosalia Elizabeth Cole 



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31 -Paul Eugene Robinson 
32 -Dale Malcolm Robinson 
33 -Lynn Raymond Robinson 
34 -Willis Lamar Robinson 
35-Marjorie Lorraine Smith 
36 -Ralph Clayton Smith, Jr. 
37 -Robert Earle Smith 
38 -Lawrence Eugene Smith 
39 -Shirley Jeanne Smith 
40 -Evelyn Smith 
41 -Lorraine Smith 
42-Eldon Burton Smith 
43-Derrell Kendall Smith 
44 -Merlin Claire Smith 
45 -Milton Elwood Smith 
46-Duane Lamar Smith 
47 -Edward Glenn Smith 
48 -Kenneth Leroy Sloan 
49 -Glen Garth Sloan 
50-Jean Merlin Sloan 
51 -Laura Joan Halliday 
52 -Grace Catherine Halliday 



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OTIS SKINNER COLE 

The verified facts about the life of Otis 
Skinner Cole are scarce. That Skinner married 
one Lucy Reynolds the 20th of June 1839 at 
St. Pancras Church, Middlesex, England is 
recorded on a marriage certificate deposited at 
Somerset House in London. The certificate also 
states that both parties were of "full age, " Skinner 
being a "bookseller" and the son of "Chas. P. W. 
Cole, deceased. " Lucy was the daughter of "Robt. 
Reynolds" also "deceased. " 

A search in the 1851 census of Camberwell, 
Surrey, a suburb of London, produced this extract: 

"Skinner Cole, age 36, straw bleacher, 

born Chelsea, Middlesex co. 
Lucy Cole, age 34, straw hat maker, 

born London, Middlesex co. 
Augustus Cole, son, age 10, born London, 

Middlesex co. 
Charles Cole, son, age 6, born Kennington, 

Surrey co. 
Percy Cole, son, age 3, born Camberwell, 

Surrey co. " 

Tentatively, one can say then that Otis Skinner 
Cole was born about 1815 in Chelsea, Middlesex 
(which is just outside the boundaries of the city 
of London proper), the son of Charles P. W. Cole, 
who was deceased by 1839. 

It is said that Skinner's father, Charles P. 
W. Cole, was a member of the ancient Order of 
Skinners in London, and gave his son the name of 
Skinner because of his pride in being a member of 
the Freedom of Skinners. It was customary in 
those days for a young man to be placed in 
apprenticeship for seven years at about age 14. 
At the end of his apprenticeship, the young man 
was admitted as a freeman of the City of London, 
and could then pursue his trade. There is no 
record of Otis Skinner Cole receiving any type of 
apprenticeship in the records of the Admissions 



to the Freedom of the City of London, deposited at 
Guildhall in London. However, there is one dated 
October 1821 for a "Charles Philip Waite Cole, son 
of Charles Cole, Citizen and Skinner of London. 
Apprenticed to his said father, by Trade a Lighter- 
man and living in Cheney Row, Chelsea, Middlesex, 
from 5th July 1814 for 7 years. " To clarify, a 
lighterman is a boatman. A bit of confusion arises 
when one calculates the age of this Charles P. W. 
Cole. Supposing him age 14 at the commencement 
of his apprenticeship in 1814, he would have been 
too young to be the father of Otis Skinner Cole born 
about 1815. It is possible that he could have been 
older and married when apprenticed, but that can- 
not be assumed. Searches are continuing in an 
effort to determine the identity of Charles P. W. 
Cole, and the ancestry of Otis Skinner Cole. 

Skinner was definitely an educated person. 
His 7th son Timothy, related how he and his father 
enjoyed reading Shakespeare, and in fact, Skinner 
could quote the Bard's works extensively. Timothy 
also relates that Skinner and Lucy were devoted 
members of the Church of England and strictly 
observed the Sabbath. He writes, "the Book of 
Common Prayer was as reverentially regarded 
as the Bible. My father held it in great esteem 
alike for its literary qualities as for its high 
religious tone. He was a devout church attendant. . . ' 

Lucy Reynolds Cole was apparently not with- 
out talent. From the 1851 census we learned she 
was a straw bonnet maker. Perhaps Lucy and 
Skinner worked as a team in the hat business. 

Family rumor has it that Lucy was an actress, 
but nothing is known to substantiate this. However, 
she did possess a remarkable memory. Quoting 
again from son Timothy, ". . . mother knew the 
whole of the New Testament by heart. Father 
based this conclusion on various tests that he and 
others had made, by having her repeat verbatim 
any number of chapters, selected at random 
throughout the book. " 

Skinner always stated that his dear wife had 
born him twelve sons and died at the birth of the 
last. Unfortunately, only ten are known. A copy 



of an entry (presumably written by Skinner) in the 
family Bible gives this accounting: 

"Coriolanus Skinner Cole born 21st October 

1840 - 5 oc pm 
Octavian Charles Cole born May 16th 1843 - 

7 oc pm 
Charles Junius Cole born February 20, 

1845 - 10 oc pm 
Frederick Orlando Percy Cole born 

February 2 1, 1847 - 1 1 oc am 
Alphonso Orlando Percy Cole born March 

21, 1848 - 2-3 pm 
Walter Oliver Octavian Cole born November 

2nd 1849 - 5:30 p.m. 
Walter Silvanus Timotheus Cole born April 

6, 1852 - 3 oc am 
Louis Adolphus Philiman Cole born August 

18, 1854 - 12 oc noon 
Frederick Alexander Cole born November 

3, 1856 - 3:45 am 
Lucy Cole, mother of the above died with 
her infant son in the city of Hoboken, N. J. 
June 11, 1859 in the 42nd year, 3 mo, & 7 
days of her age- -A good mother and loving 
wife. " 

For some reason, the birth date of Timothy varies 
from the birth certificate furnished from Somerset 
House which states the date as 16 Apr. 1852. 
Interestingly, only five of the known children lived 
to adulthood, the others dying in early childhood. 
The second son, Octavian died 16 Sep 1844, the 
fourth son, Frederick died 21 Jan 1848, the sixth 
son, Walter, died 2 Aug 1850, the eighth, Louis 
died 2 5 Feb I860, and the tenth son died at birth 
11 June 1859. One can imagine the heartache 
Skinner and Lucy must have shared. 

Skinner and family left England, sailing for 
America September of 1857, arriving two months 
later. The question as to why Skinner chose to 
leave his homeland is an interesting one. 
Alphaeus Cole, in the introduction to the biography 
of his father, Timothy Cole: Wood Engraver, wrote: 

"Skinner Cole might not have come to America 
if an aged and wealthy relative whom he and 



his brother had nursed with devotion had 
remembered him in his will. However, the 
old man, being a loyal subject of Her Majesty, 
Queen Victoria, remembered his sovereign 
instead, much to the disappointment of the 2 
brothers, whose poverty was great. " 

Skinner and Lucy found a small house in 
Hoboken, New Jersey, not far from the ferry. 
There on June 11th, 1859 Lucy and her newly born 
infant son died. They are buried at the New York 
Bay Cemetery Co. , Jersey City, N.J. Son Louis 
who died Feb. 25, I860 is also buried there. The 
cemetery authorities indicate through corres- 
pondence that there is no marker. 

The widowed father now had to place the three 
younger children with others. Timothy and Louis 
were placed in a half -orphan asylum and 2^ year 
old Frederick was taken in by friends. He was 
later adopted by this family, the Mundys. Nothing 
more is known of him. It is also unclear where 
the three older boys went. On the possibility that 
one or more might have joined in the Civil War, 
a check with the General Services Administration 
in Washington, D. C. for military records brought 
a negative response. 

The orphanage was a severe place for 7 year 
old Timothy and 5 year old Louis to adjust to. 
Little Louis died nine months after losing his 
mother. Timothy endured the place for about five 
years, when he finally returned to live with his 
f athe r . 

Skinner was living in a then poor section of 
New York City endeavoring to make a living as a 
haberdasher. Following the advice of another 
hatter, Skinner and Tim moved to Chicago about 
the year 1866, but returned following the great 
Chicago fire of 1871. A most interesting account 
of their experiences during the fire appears in 
Timothy Cole: Wood Engraver . Upon returning 
east, they again settled in Hoboken. 

The facts of Skinner's death are sketchy. 
All that is known is that he died at age 82 in the 
year 1896 in Virginia. Attempts to locate a death 
record have been futile owing to Virginia's system 



of recording the deaths by city during that period. 
Son Percy was then living with his family in 
Nesperce, Idaho and received a small inheritance 
of about a hundred dollars. 

1) Coriolanus Nelson Augustus Skinner Cole, 

first son of Otis and Lucy, was born 21 Oct 1840 
at the Lying-in Hospital of London. The official 
birth registry lists his name as Coriolanus Skinner 
Cole. However, on the 1851 census of Camberwell, 
Surrey, where the family was then residing, 
Coriolanus is listed as Augustus Cole. It is not 
known where the name Nelson came from. He 
seems to have followed his father in using just 
Skinner Cole in his adult life. From his grandson, 
Ralph Smith, we learn he was a man of very fair 
complexion, light brown hair, smooth skin and 
weighed about 165 pounds. He was about 5 feet 
10 inches tall and of sturdy build. He wore a 
beard which was partially grey, and was quite 
bald, like his father. He is also reported to have 
had quite a temper. 

Skinner married Clarissa Hendershot of New 
Jersey about 1862. Their first child, Frederick, 
was born in New Jersey. A birth certificate has 
been found of a Frederick Cole, son of Skinner 
and Clarissa Cole, in Potterstown, Somerset 
county, New Jersey, but the birth date of Feb. 
1, 1864 varies from the family record of May 
10, 1863. 

Skinner and Clara migrated to Jackson, 
Dakota, Nebraska, where they home steaded, and 
where the rest of their children were born. They 
were members of the 7th Day Adventist Church 
there. Skinner was an Elder and preached in the 
services often. 

A good judge of horses, Skinner was an 
outstanding horseman with excellent ability to 
train and handle them. He worked as a teamster, 
driving 16 -horse teams on threshing combines in 
the grain harvests of eastern Washington and Idaho 
for several years. It apparently was on one of 
these journeys in 1897 that his wife Clara died. 



Skinner's brother A. O. Percy Cole was living on 
the Nesperce Indian Reservation and it is likely 
that that is where she died. Skinner returned to 
Lincoln, Nebraska and lived with his daughter Ida 
and family until his death 22 July 1900. Grandson 
Ralph recounts this story of Skinner's death. 
"When grandfather Cole came to live with us, he 
brought a fine, heavy double -seated buggy, drawn 
by two horses, one of which was a large wild mare 
that only he could handle. One Saturday as he was 
returning from church, driving the wild mare in 
the single -top buggy, she became frightened at 
something and 'ran -away', as they expressed the 
situation when a horse panicked out of control. 
Grandfather held on to the reins so strongly that 
the horse was pulling the buggy with its teeth. In 
making the turn into our driveway, the right front 
wheel struck the mail -box post with great force, 
throwing Skinner about eighteen feet. He landed on 
his head and shoulders, but got up immediately and 
went to the barn to unhitch the horse. My father, 
Elmer Smith, who was in the house, came out and 
assisted him. He said Grandfather was out on his 
feet, and did not know what had happened for 
several hours. It appears, from subsequent events, 
that he suffered a brain concussion, but no one was 
aware of it at the time. About a week later, or 
about the middle of July, while he was seated on 
the springwagon holding the horses in front of O.J. 
King's store on 'N' Street in Lincoln, a run-away 
team excited the horses he was holding and they 
also started to run. Grandfather held on to the 
team but the wagon tongue fell down out of the 
neck-yoke causing the wagon to gyrate from side- 
to-side. In someway, Grandfather fell into the 
street, landing on his head and fracturing his skull. 
He was taken to the Seventh Day Adventist sani- 
tarium at College View, where he died a few days 
later, on July 22, 1900. " 

Little is known of Clarissa Hendershot's 
background. Born about 1836, she was undoubtedly 
a descendant of Michal Henneschied (Hendershot) 
who came from Bavaria to America in 1710, 
settling in New Jersey. She is reported to have 
had black hair and dark blue eyes, and to have 
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Children of Skinner and Clarissa were: 

-Frederick M. Cole, b. 1 May 1863 in New 
Jersey, died unmarried about 1908. 

-Rosalia Orillia Cole, b. 20 Apr 1868 in Ja'ck- 
(twin) son, Dakota, Neb. She died 1915 in 
Freeport, 111. Married William 
DeForest SCHEMMERHORN. No 
children. "Aunt Rose" is described 
as a dear, sweet person, much loved 
by those who knew her. 

5) Rohamey Dreample Cole, b. 20 Apr 1868, 
(twin) d. 13 Jan 1906. She md 13 Feb 1886 

Louis Dayton HICKS. 8 children. 

6) Ida Greeley Cole, b. 26 Mar 187 3, d. 13 

Mar 1955; md 2 Aug 1892 Elmer Ells- 
worth SMITH. 5 children. 

7) Charles Peter Cole, b. 24 May 1878, d. 21 

Sep 1956; md (1) about 1908 Bessie 
LAIRD; (2) 16 Nov 1932 Mabel 
BOCHEK. 5 children. 

2) Charles Junius Cole, third son of Otis and 
Lucy, was born 20 Feb 1845 in Camberwell, Surrey, 
England, died in 1876 or 1877. He was an astonish- 
ingly precocious child, with a phenominal memory, 
inherited from his mother. He could remember 
whole lectures word for word, and became a 
reporter for the New York Tribune. We know not 
when or to whom he was married, but the young 
woman died not long after, leaving a daughter. 
Charles suffered a lung condition and with the loss 
of his young wife, took to drink and died of con- 
sumption 1876/77. The child was living in 1900, 
but nothing more is known of her. 

3) Alphonson Orlando Percy Cole, fifth son of 
Otis and Lucy, was born 21 Mar 1848 Camberwell, 
Surrey, England. He lived to be 91 years old, the 
oldest of any of the brothers. Percy, as he was 
commonly known, may have been with the family 
when they moved to Chicago about 1868. His 
descendants report that he worked in St. Paul 



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as a young man, He married a Scottish lass 
named Kathleen Currer Newell in Willmar, 
Kandiyohi, Minn, on the 28th of June 1876. The 
marriage certificate states the names of the bride 
and groom as Percy Cole and Kathleen C. Newell, 
both of the county of Kandiyohi. Witnesses were 
R. Newell, and M. E. Booth (probably the wife of 
D. T. Booth, Rector of St. Lukes Church, Willmar, 
who performed the service). They home steaded at 
Edgerton, Minn, for some years, then moved to 
Nesperce, Idaho, before going to Saskatchewan 
Province, Canada. They settled at Pine Coulee 
near South Fork on a homestead which is still in 
the family. 

Percy enjoyed woodworking and was exceed- 
ingly good in carpentry and cabinet work. He 
apparently had a "green thumb" as he is described 
as a "wonderful gardener". He loved to read and 
enjoy fine literature, such as Shakespeare, Dickens, 
Burns, and the works of Bret Harte. He was 
extremely religious and one could probably assume 
that he was well acquainted with the Bible too. 

Children of Percy and Kathleen: 

8) Raymond Arthur Cole, b. 23 May 1881 in 

Pipestone, Minn, d 3 Jan 1968; md 15 
July 1911 Lucy Josephine LILLARD. 
1 child. 

9) Albert Edwin Cole, b 28 Jan 1886 in St. Paul, 

Minn. ; md 25 June 1914 Mrs, Amelia 
Louisa (FOX) GERVAIS. He d 3 Sep 
1970. 1 child. 

10) Ida Maree Cole, b 5 Mar 1897 Nesperce, 

Idaho; md Murvin Joseph SMITH. 8 ch. 



4) Walter Silvanus Timotheus Cole, seventh son 

of Otis and Lucy, was born 16 April 1852. Known 
internationally as Timothy Cole, the Wood Engraver, 
he was renowned for his engravings of the Old 
Masters of Europe. His skill was widely appre- 
ciated, as evidenced by the many distinctions, 
awards, and honorary degrees he received. 

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emigrated to America. A year and a half later 
found the little boy and his younger brother in a 
New York City orphanage. The conditions in the 
asylum were hard on the two little boys, and they 
were inseparable. However, during the winter 
Louis developed a high fever. The normal pro- 
cedure in those days was to refrain from giving 
water to the patient, and though the little boy 
pleaded, the doctor was unbending. His death in 
February of I860 was a tragedy, keenly felt by 
little Timothy, who was to remain in the severe 
atmosphere of the orphanage four more years. 
In 1864 he rejoined his father, who was then 
living alone. 

The millinary business was poor at the time 
and Timothy worked after school at odd jobs and in 
his spare time took violin lessons. About 1866 
Timothy and his father moved to Chicago where 
business was reportedly better. Timothy had 
shown promise in calligraphy and art, and began 
an apprenticeship in engraving. At the same time, 
Timothy was desirous of developing an interest 
and talent as an organist. His musical ambitions 
were interrupted Oct. 8, 1871 by the famous 
Chicago fire . 

Returning to New York City, Timothy gained 
employment at a magazine called "Hearth and 
Home", and later the "Scientific American". 
Music and the violin were enjoyable diversions 
for Timothy. Also he and his father would pass 
an evening reading Shakespeare and poetry together. 

Some of Timothy's wood engravings were 
recognized with admiration as early as 1872. In 
187 5 he entered the employment of Century Maga- 
zine (then Scribners). That same year on the 15th 
of June, Timothy married Annie Elizabeth CARTER, 
born 4 Mar. 1854 of Jersey Heights (Hoboken), N. J. 
Annie had been orphaned when young and had lived 
in an orphanage just a short distance from the one 
in which Timothy had lived. 

They resided in Hoboken for a couple of years, 
then moved to Bath, Long Island, New York. In 
1883, the family journeyed to Europe, where 
Timothy worked on his engravings of the great 



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artworks of the Italian, Dutch, Flemish, French, 
and English Masters. Upon returning to America, 
he spent much of his time working on the Old 
Masters in American public and private galleries. 

Timothy had a fantastic imagination and 
enthusiasm, which was a constant surprise and 
joy to his family. He was also quite a food faddist, 
and would try all kinds of diets --spinach, onions, 
nuts, dried fruits, etc. , which the family patiently 
endured. The children were included in everything, 
and they remember their childhood with great 
happiness. 

Timothy died in Poughkeepsie, New York, on 
the 17th of May 1931 at the age of 79. The City 
Council of Poughkeepsie put forth a resolution to 
fly the flag at half staff in his honor on the day of 
his funeral. Annie Carter Cole died 31 Aug. 1942 
in Philadelphia. 

The four sons of Timothy and Annie: 

11) Alphaeus Philemon Cole, b 12 Apr 1877 

Hoboken, Hudson, NJ, md (1) 1900 
Margaret WARD, who d 1961. (2) 
April 1962 Mrs. Anita Rio HIGGINS. 
No children. 

12) Lucius Sylvanus Cole, b 9 Oct 187 8 Bath, 

Long Island, NY; d March 197 0; md <1) 
14 June 1907 Rosalia Brunhilde 
WINKLER, (2) 10 June 1946 Flora 
Louise BOCK. 3 ch. 

13) Walter Augustus Cole, b 11 Mar 1881 Bath, 

NY, d 20 Oct 1913, unmarried. 

14) Percy Julius Cole, b 25 July 1892 Amster- 

dam, Holland, md 16 Apr 1917 
Madelaine WEISS. 1 ch. 



5) Rohamey Dreample Cole, was born 20 Apr 

1868 with her twin sister, Rosalia, at Jackson, 
Dakota, Neb. She married 13 Feb 1886 at Jackson, 
Louis Dayton HICKS. Louis was a section hand on 
the railroad for 35 years. 

Rohamey loved animals and always seemed 
to be nursing and raising little runt pigs, and taking 






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in stray kittens and pups. All her cats died a 
couple of weeks following her death Jan. 13, 1906. 
She had been in poor health for many years and 
had had three miscarriages besides the 8 children 
who lived. Louis, who had been orphaned when 
young, promised Rohamey he would keep the family 
together, and raised them himself, never remarrying. 

Children of Rohamey and Louis, all born in 
Jackson: 

-Louis Dayton Hicks, b 20 Feb 1887 
-Henry Sherman Hicks, b 22 Sep 1888 

(Daughter Florence believes both these 
little boys died Nov 1889 in a house fire. ) 

15) Ida Orillia Hicks, b 5 Oct 1890, d 19 July 

1931; md Frank August HENDRICKS. 
8 children. 
-Charles Percy Hicks, b 26 Feb 1893, d 19 
Dec 1952 St. Joseph, Mo. ; md Nona 
WOODS, b 27 Oct 1892. They had two 
daughters born at Jackson: 

-Florence May Hicks, b April 

1921, d 1923 

-Eleanor Adelia Hicks, b 29 June 

1922, md 13 Jan 1944 Ersom 
PARKER, who d 1966. No ch. 

Charles and Nona raised a niece, 
Gladys Vera. 

16) Florence Adelia Hicks, b 11 May 1894, md 

Nov 1912 William HANSHAW. 9 ch. 

17) Daniel Bernard Hicks, b 18 Sep 1896, md 

Belle COLE (div), died 7 July 1961. 
6 ch. 
-Ethel Agnes Hicks, b 5 June 1899, d 29 Feb 

1932, md Andrew NELSEN of Denmark. 
2 children born Sioux City: 

-Raymond Nelsen, b 1924 
-Thea Joy Nelsen, b 5 July 1931, 
md Raymond RYS, and 
reportedly has 8 children. 
-Louise Rohamey Hicks, b 26 July 1903, md 

Guy Emmett CODDINGTON of Missouri 
Valley, Iowa. He d 2 1 Nov 1965. 2 
children born in Jackson, Dakota, Neb.: 
-Guy Emmett Coddington, Jr. , b 
13 Dec 1923, md Jenny 



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ROBERTS (div) and had 
born in Los Angeles: 
-Patricia Ann, b 23 Nov 1958 
-Teresa Louise, b 17 Apr I960 
-James Michael, b 4 Nov 1962 
•Lillian Marie Coddington, b 25 

July 1925, md Charles Allen 
NEWCOMB, and had: 
<-Guy Emmet Newcomb, b 16 
July 1943, md 8 Oct I960 
Arlene PALMER, 2 children: 
-Guy Jeffery Newcomb, 
b 16 Sep 1961 
-Cristina LaShell New- 
comb, b 12 Jan 1964 
-Charles Allen Newcomb, Jr. , 
b 28 Apr 1948, md 23 Nov 
1968 Doris LELAN, 2 ch: 

-Dorlisa, b 21 Apr 1969 
-Christina Alaine, 
b 22 May 1970 
-David Ray Newcomb, b 14 
Feb 1950, md Judy AHRNDT, 
since divorced, and had: 

-Robin Lee, b 25 Feb 
1967, d 18 Oct 1970 
David md (2) Nancy 
SVOBODA, a child: 

-Guy Christopher, 
b 19 Mar 1972 
-Roger Eugene Newcomb, b 
31 July 1952, md 15 May 
1971 Wendy PETERSON. 



6) Ida Greeley Cole, daughter of Coriolanus and 

Clarissa, was born 26 March 1873 at Jackson, 
Dakota, Neb. and died 13 Mar 1955 at Loma Linda, 
Calif., md 2 Aug 1892 at Lincoln, Neb. Elmer 
Ellsworth SMITH, b 16 Nov 1861 at Charlestown, 
NH, son of Oren and Columbia Romania (FROST) 
Smith. . Elmer d 25 Oct 1928. 

Ida was a homemaker. While Elmer 
travelled to many state fairs and expositions 
throughout the country showing his fancy poultry, 




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Ida remained at home on the farm with the children 
She was a beautiful seamstress and made many 
lovely quilts. She was cheerful by nature and had 
a good sense of humor. An outstanding quality 
remembered by all was her ability as a story- 
teller. She could keep young and old alike fascin- 
ated by her wonderful stories and rhymes. She also 
loved poetry. 

Ida and Elmer had 5 children: 

18) Kathryn Marie Smith, b 8 Jan 1895 Lincoln 

Neb. , md 24 Apr 19 18 Allen Raymond ' 
ROBINSON. 4 ch. 

19) Ralph Clayton Smith, b 11 Mar 1896 Lin- 

coln, md (1) Mayzella HINES, (2) Edna 
Margaret Ekstrom SIMS. 7 ch. 

20) Glenn Oren Smith, b 22 July 1897 Lincoln, 

md (1) Edna KENDALL (div), (2) Edna 
ROBERTS. 7 ch. 

21) Donald Lawrence Smith, b 27 Sep 1911 

Lincoln, md Lavon HATCH. Don d 
27 Aug 1971. 2 ch. 

22) Kenneth Woodrow Smith, b 26 Jan 1913 

Bountiful, Utah, md (1) Ruth 
ANDERSON-<div), (2) Florence RAY. 
1 ch. 



7) Charles Peter Cole was born in Jackson, 

Dakota, Neb. 24 Feb 1878. He was the youngest 
child of Coriolanus and Clarissa Cole. 

Peter was a good-looking man with light 
brown hair and light blue eyes, and stood about 
5 feet 11 inches tall. He married Bessie LAIRD 
17 Mar 1908 at Mound City, Campbell, S. Dak. 
She was the daughter of James William and Mary 
(DALES) Laird. They farmed in N. Dakota for a 
short time, then moved all they had to Swift 
Current, Sask. , Canada, where Bessie's parents 
were residing. Peter filed on a homestead at 
Orkney, Sask. While transporting Bessie, who 
was in poor health, along with their two children 
to the homestead, Bessie became very ill and they 
detoured to A. O. Percy Cole's ranch at Pine 
Coulee, near South Fork. Bessie died there on 



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30 June 1912. The children, Z\ year old Alice and 
11 month old Elmer, stayed with Percy and family 
for about 3 years. 

Peter continued to work on his farm at Orkney. 
Later a Scottish couple by the name of Cameron, 
boarded the children for about nine years. Mr. 
Cameron had tuberculosis and died in Feb 1925. 
Alice had been sent to boarding school that year, 
and Elmer went to live with his father during the 
winter. That spring Elmer caught a cold and died 
in June, his body full of TB. During the summers, 
Alice came home to keep house for her father. 

Peter remarried in Shaunavon, Sask. , 1932 
to Mabel Mary BOCHEK. Mabel was born 27 Oct 
1911 in Sturgeon Bay, Door, Wise, to Laurince and 
Nellie (SIMON) Bochek. Peter and Mabel continued 
to farm for several years, during which they had 
three sons. Following a horsing accident in the 
forties, Peter leased the farm and he and Mabel 
began selling books for the Seventh Day Adventist 
Church. Peter would go by horse and buggy selling 
in the summer, and Mabel would go by train in the 
winter. 

Peter had an excellent memory and shrewd 
intellect. Like his father, he also had quite a 
temper and could be most stubborn and unyielding. 
He must have had good training as a child in the 
Bible, as he knew it well. In his later years, he 
endeavored to follow the Adventist faith. Son 
Kenneth says he never saw his father smoke or 
drink, and he never worked on Saturdays, nor 
allowed anyone else to work on his property on 
the Sabbath. 

Peter died at Orkney on the 21st of Sep 1956 
at the age of 78. Mabel md (2) Nick KLOSKA. 

Children of Peter and Bessie: 

23) Alice May Cole, b 12 Sep 1909 in N. Dakota, 

md 16 Aug 1928 Garnet Frederick 

SLOAN. 3 ch. 
-Elmer Raymond Cole, b 16 June 1911 in Swift 

Current, Sask., d. at Orkney 13 June 

1925. 



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24) Albert Mervin Cole, b 22 Mar 19 3 3, m d 

Nettie HILDEBRAND. 4 children. 

25) Richard Donald Cole, b 23 Aug 1934, md 

Margaret HAYES (div). 1 child! 

26) Kenneth Maurice Cole, b 31 July 19 36, 

md 18 Oct 1969, Carolyn Anne 
MILNE R. 1 child. 



8) Raymond Arthur Cole, first son of A. O. 

Percy and Kathleen, was born in Pipestone, Pipe- 
stone, Minn. 23 May 1881. After travelling through 
the northwestern states of the U.S. and parts of 
Canada, Ray settled in Sasketchewan where he took up 
ranching. His life 's work was raising cattle and 
horses. He enjoyed breaking broncos to ride and 
work. 

Ray married 15 July 1911 in Helena, Mont., 
Lucy Josephine LILLARD. Lucy was born 14 Sep 
1890 in Montana to William and Mary (GOODER1ER) 
Lillard. Ray died 3 Jan 1968, aged 86. 

Raymond and Lucy had one son: 

27) Walter William Cole, b 11 May 1917 in 
R. M. Arlington, Dollard, Sask. , 
Can. ; md 4 Aug 1942 Gwendolyn 
CLARKE. 5 children. 



9) Albert Edwin Cole, son of A. O. Percy and 

Kathleen Cole, was born 28 Jan 1886 in St. Paul, 
Minn. He married at Pine Coulee, Dollard, Sask. , 
25 June 1914 Mrs. Amelia Louisa (FOX) GERVAIS, 
a widow with a small daughter, Georgina Amelia. 
Albert died Sep. 3, 1970. In the newspaper account 
of his death, we quote, "In the early years he 
worked on the various big cattle outfits which 
operated in the country at that time. He was 
usually 'night hawk' on the roundup. This job 
required a man who could stay awake all night, 
herding the remuda- -saddlehorses --that were so 
necessary in that business. He was also an 



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excellent teamster, driving four, six, or eight 
horse teams strung -out. Many an exasperated 
farmer who couldn't run his workhorses in, 
would well remember his ability with a black- 
snake whip. 

"In the early years, he operated a ranch 
in the Pine Coulee district with his father and 
brother. For a brief time he operated a general 
store in South Fork with his father, and later, one 
of his own on the 'bench'. Afterwards, a ranching 
company was formed with Albert Connick and 
brothers of Gull Lake. During this period, he. 
was a prominent member of the Sask. Growers 
Assn. He also served on the Arlington Council 
for a number of years, as well as on the Pine 
Coulee and South Fork School District boards. 

"The last thirty years of his life were spent 
in South Fork where he cared for his aged parents. 
As time went on, he cared for his invalid wife, who 
died in 1954. " 

Albert enjoyed horses and bred Apaloosas the 
last few years. He also had a natural talent for 
music. He played the violin and had a very nice 
singing voice. He was also fond of dancing a jig 
when pleased about something. 

Albert was bald as a result of a severe sun- 
burn to the top of his head when a young man. How- 
ever, he made up for it by his handle-bar mustache. 

Albert and Amelia had one daughter: 

28) Alberta Elizabeth Cole, b 27 Feb 1915 at 

Dollard, Sask., md 18 Oct 1934 Arthur 
Lauranson HALLIDAY. She d 16 Feb 
1967. 2 children. 



10) Ida Maree Cole, daughter of A. O. Percy 
and Kathleen Cole, was born 5 March 1897 at 
Nesperce, Idaho. She md Murvin Joseph SMITH, 
born 2 Oct 1885 in Nebraska, son of Samuel Auston 
and Anna (MAYCOCK) Smith. Murvin d 4 Mar 1939 
at Eastend, Sask. They farmed at Eastend for many 
years. All their children were born and raised 
there. 



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Four Generations (L. to R. ): Joan Halliday, Albert 
Cole, A. O. Percy Cole, Grace Halliday, Kathleen 
N. Cole, Amelia Cole (front), Alberta C. Halliday, 
Arthur Halliday. (#8) 




Ida (#10) Smith and family (L. to R. ) Percy, Ross, 
June, Maree, Glen, Harry Smith 



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Children of Ida and Marvin: 

-Percy Murvin Joseph Smith, b 4 June 1915 
md 22 Mar 1938 at Eastend, Veri 
June BENGSTON, b 19 June 1919, dau 
Oscar Sulivon and Endlia (PALMER) 
Bengston. 2 children: 

-Judith Ann Smith, b 15 July 

1948, Eastend, Sask. , md 
11 Apr 1970 Kenneth Paul 
HILLS. 

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-Carol Lynn Smith, b 25 Sep 1949, 
Moose Jaw, Sask. 
-Harry Auston Smith, b 25 June 19 16, md Doris 
TOTTON, b 14 Mar 1914, dau Charles 
R. and Lena Totton. 3 children: 

-Garry Wane Smith, b 25 May 
1940, Eastend, Sask. , md 

3 Sep 1961 Fay . 

They have: 

-Debbie Smith, b 1965 
-Diana Smith, b 1967 
-Grant Auston Smith, b 27 Sep 

1943, Shaunavon, Sask. md 
Karen Johann KIMIBURGH 
and has: 

-David Smith, b 1969, Medi- 
cine Hat, Alta. , Can. 
-Garth Franklin Smith, b 27 Oct 
1945, Shaunavon, Sask. , 

md Sep 1969 to Kathy . 

-Ross Joseph Smith, b 10 Aug 1918, md 25 Aug 
1945 Betty DUNN, b 28 Jan 1922 at 
Harrogate, Yorksh. , England, dau 
Harry and Hilda Mary Dunn. 2 ch. 

-Michael Dunn Smith, b 12 Apr 
1952, Eastend, Sask. , 
d 28 Feb 1971. 
-Lynn Christine Smith, b 3 July 
1955, Eastend, Sask. 
-Donald James Smith, b 8 Apr 1920, d 9 Apr 

1920. 
-Glen Gordon Smith, b 19 Apr 1921, md 14 Oct 
1944 at Eastend, Gladys L. WALTON, 
b. 8 Oct 1924 at Clayton, Sask., dau 
Sid and Dorothy Walton. 2 children: 



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-Dale David Smith, b 23 Feb 1947, 
Eastend, Sask. , md Diana 



-Margot M. Smith, b 29 Jan 1950, 
Boston, Line. , Eng. , md. 
Garry HANSEN, and has: 
-Corey, b. Nov 1970. 
■Dale David Smith, b 4 Nov 1923, d 11 Aug 1925. 
■Maree Marion Smith, b 10 Oct 1928 at Winnipeg, 
Manitoba, md 9 June 1951 to Arthur 
Edward William COLTON, b 9 Oct 1924 
at Kincaid, Sask., son of William Henry 
and Augusta Celia {BUCKLEY) Colton. 
5 children: 

-Patricia Maree Colton, b 4 Apr 

1952, Saskatoon, Sask. 
-Sharon Celia Colton, b 17 July 

1953, Taber, Alberta. 
-James Arthur Colton, b 19 May 

1956, Eastend, Sask. 
-Laurie Jean Colton, b 5 May 

1962, Regina, Sask. 
-Nancy June Colton, b 15 July 

1963, Saskatoon, Sask. 
■June Mary Smith, b 10 June 1931, md Richard 

Aldie BRETON, b 6 Apr 1931 at East- 
end, Sask. , son of Theo and Claire 
Breton. 7 children, all born at 
Eastend, Sask. : 

-Randahl Richard Breton, b 21 
Dec 1949, md 9 Oct 1971 
Arlene SERWA. 
-Marilyn June Breton, b 15 Nov 
1950, md 10 May 1969 
Brian Thomas SIGVALDA- 
SON, a child: 
-Corey Jacob Sigvaldason, 
b 8 Feb 1971, Nelson, 
B. C. , Can. 
-Larrie Stuart Breton, b 14 Apr 
1952, md 29 Jan 1971 Joy 
Amelia PETERSON. 
-Stephen Paul Breton, b 5 Sep 1953 
-Bonnie Carolyn Breton, b 27 Nov 1956 
-Brian Anthony Breton, b 19 Jan i960 
-Mark Owen Breton, b 27 Sep 1961 



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11) Alphaeus Philamon Cole, eldest son of 
Timothy and Annie Cole, was born the 12th of 
April, 1877 at Hoboken, Hudson, New Jersey. 
Alphaeus' life has been devoted entirely to paint- 
ing. He studied at the Julien Academy in Par 
and is prominently known for his work. He is a 
remarkably fine portrait painter. Many of his 
works hang in notable museums and colleges. 

With his wife Margaret, he authored the 
biography of his father, Timothy Cole; Wo od 
Engraver . Alphaeus married Margaret WARD 
in London about 1900. She died in 1961. He 
married Anita Rio HIGGINS, April 1962. There 
have been no children. 



12) Lucius Sylvanus Cole, born 9 October 1878 
at Bath, Long Island, New York, the second son 
of Timothy and Annie Cole, loved the violin as 
did his father. He was an outstanding soloist 
and teacher. 

He began his study of the violin at an early 
age at the Paris Conservatory, continuing at the 
Royal Conservatory of Brussels, from which he 
graduated in 1903 with honors. In 1905, Lucius 
began playing with the Philadelphia Orchestra, 
resigning after 14 years to devote his undivided 
attention to a teaching and virtuoso career. 

He enjoyed teaching very much and spent 
many years helping others develop their abilities. 
Lucius also enjoyed woodworking, and made many 
chests, tables, trays, and toys. In his latter years, 
he became a violin maker, completing six. 

On June 14, 1901, Lucius married Rosalia 
Brunhilde WINKLER, born 15 May 1879 at Thun, 
Switzerland. Rosalia died 16 Aug 1940. They had 
3 children. Lucius married 10 June 1946 Flora 
Louise BOCK. Lucius passed away 20 March 
197 at the age of 91. 

Children of Lucius and Rosalia: 

29) Orlando Timothy, b 16 Aug 1908, Phila- 
delphia, Pa., md 15 Jan 1933 



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Rosamonde ADAMS. 3 children. 

-Lucius Winkler Cole, b 31 Dec 1909, Phila- 
delphia, d July 1915. 

30) Rosalia Elizabeth Cole, b 6 Jan 1911, 

Philadelphia, md 20 July 1937, John 
Spencer HOLM. 2 children. 



13) Walter Augustus Cole, third son of Timothy 
and Annie Cole, was born 11 Mar 1881 in Bath, 
Long Is. , NY. Walter had an exceptional talent 
in art. He accompanied his father throughout 
Europe, and assisted in retouching photographs 
prior to the engraving. Walter attended Beaux 
Arts in Paris and the Academy of Fine Arts in 
Brussels, and studied engraving under the direc- 
tion of his father, who declared his ability equal 
to his own. 

Walter developed a method of etching in 
color, completely different from the present pro- 
cedure of coloring, which is done over a black and 
white printing. In his process, no black and white 
picture was made, only color in a series of 7 
different plates. The results were outstanding, 
and many of his etchings were exhibited as paint- 
ings at the Brussels Exposition in 1910 and at the 
Academy of Fine Arts in Paris. The process was 
never disclosed and is now a lost art. 

For relaxation, Walter became interested in 
the guitar while visiting in Spain and became 
remarkably adept. He also enjoyed the study of 
the Greek philosophers, Epictitus, Marcus Aurelius, 
and others. 

His death 20 Oct 1913 was a loss of great 
talent and genius to the world. 



14) Percy Julius Cole was born at the time his 
father Timothy Cole was occupied in engraving the 
masterpieces of Europe. Born 25 July 1892 in 
Amsterdam, Holland, Percy gained his education 
at the Institut Robert and graduated from the 
Academy of Fine Arts in Brussels with honors. 



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He pursued a curriculum in chemical engineering 
at the University of Paris, graduating with the 
highest marks - the first American to do so. 

Percy has left an impressive mark in the 
chemical industry, having 14 patents assigned 
the Allied Chemical Corp. He is a member of 
several scientific and chemical societies in the 
U. S. and in Europe. 

Always interested in glass -working and 
glass-blowing, following retirement, he chose to 
become self-employed as a consultant and in the 
construction of laboratory glass apparatus. He 
is teaching this type of glass -working at St. 
Joseph's College in Philadelphia and at Villanova 
University. He also taught mathematics at St. 
Joseph's and physical chemistry at Drexel Insti- 
tute, Philadelphia. 

Percy is also interested in photography and 
navigation. He was a member of the National 
Guard in 1915, and active in civil defense in 
W. W. II. 

Percy married Madelaine WEISS, of Phila- 
delphia, 16 April 1917. They have one son: 

-Timothy Walter Cole, b 24 June 19 32, md to 
Margaret NOONE. 5 children: 

-Elizabeth Markee,b 6 Mar 1958 
-Timothy Mark, b 16 Dec 1959 
-Victoria Marie, b 29 Aug 1961 
-Jennifer Anne, b 6 June 1963 
-Margaret Madelaine, b 1 Oct 1966 



15) Ida Orillia Hicks, b 5 Oct 1890, at Jackson, 
Neb. She married Frank August HENDRICKS. Ida 
was a fine seamstress and especially loved to quilt. 
She was a hard worker, busy with her family. She 
died with the last child, 19 July 1931 at Sioux City. 
There were 8 children, all born at Sioux City, Iowa: 

-Emma Anna Hendricks, b 28 Aug 1910, md 

Joseph B. OVERMAN, who had 2 sons 
by a previous marriage. Emma is the 
step-mother of: 



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-Donald Albert Overman, b 19 

June 1928, Lordsburg, N. M. , 
md Juliet M. MUNOZ, a son: 
-Donald Thomas Over- 
man, b 13 March 1949 
at El Paso, Texas md 
to Mary ? , a child: 
-Mary Gennieve, -, 
b 15 June 1970, 
El Paso. 
-Joseph Blaine Overman, Jr. , b. 
1 Nov 1929, Courtland, Ariz. 
•Minnie Frances Hendricks, b 15 May 1912, d 

12 Aug 1913 

•Ida Rose Hendricks, b 28 Dec 1914, d 25 Jan 1915 
•Frank August Hendricks, Jr. , b 7 Jan 1916, 

d 6 Feb 19 16 
•Fred Otto Hendricks, b 12 Feb 1917, d 3 Aug 

1966. He md Margaret C. JONES, b 

13 Nov 1913, and had: 

-Patricia JoAnn Hendricks, b 2 Feb 

1940, Sioux City, md Raymond 

Lee WARREN, and had: 

-Raymond Everett Warren, b 27 
Feb 1962, Glendale, Calif. 

-Karen Rae Warren, b 16 Feb 

1965, West Covina, Calif. 
-Shirley Mae Hendricks, b 14 Feb 1944, 

Santa Monica, Calif. 
■Mary Selma Hendricks, b 17 Jan 1923, md (1) 
Mr. Brown, (2) Luvern Robert URBEN, 
b 5 June 1918, Worthing, S. Dak. Ch: 
-Virginia Anna Brown, b 17 Sep 1943, 

Sioux Falls, SD; md Charles 

TURNER on 27 Aug 1971. 
-Byron Wesley Brown, b 2 May 1947, 

Sioux City 
-Fred Oscar Brown, b 17 July 1949, 

Sioux City 
-Mary Rose Urben, b 19 Nov 1953, 

Sioux City 
-Mary Selma Urben (twins), b 19 Nov 

1953, Sioux City, d 15 Sep 1963 
-Laverna Alvina Urben, b 1 May 1955, 

Sioux City 
-Robert Albert Urben, b 15 Nov 1957, 

Sioux City 



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-Patricia Sue Urben, b 20 Jan 1959, 

Sioux City 
-Janett Ann Urben, b 29 Jan 197 1, 

Sioux City 
-John Oscar Hendricks, b 21 Dec 1928, md 
Janet BUTLER, b 16 May 1939 
St. Johns, Ariz., dau of Gerald H. 
and Mary (EAGAR) Butler. Janet had 
a daughter by a previous marriage, 
Christine FIKES. John and Janet 
have a daughter: 
-Brenda Hendricks, b 7 Sep 1962, 

Seattle, Wash. 
-Gladys Vera Hendricks, b 4 July 1931, raised 
by her uncle Charles Hicks and wife 
Nona. They renamed her Anna Marie. 
She md Charles WOOD. 



16) Florence Adelia Hicks, daughter of Louis 
and Rohamey Hicks, born 11 May 1894 at Jackson, 
Dakota, Neb. Florence was eleven years old when 
her mother died. She and her older sister and 
brother had to keep house and help raise the 
younger three children, 

Florence married William Albert HANSHAW, 
d; 11 Aug 1972. He would have been 103 on Oct. 27th 
He was the son of Andrew Louis and Susan Hanshaw. 

Will and Florence were farmers in the early 
days, then later moved to Sioux City, Iowa where 
they resided for a number of years. They now 
enjoy the warm, desert climate of Phoenix, 
Arizona. 

Their family: 

-Florence Fern Hanshaw, b 1 5 Oct 1912, Jack- 
son, Neb., md (1) Emmett Eyberg, 
(2) 29 May 1937 Darrell CLINKEN- 
BEARD. 

-Pearl Daisy Hanshaw, b 28 Dec 1913, Council 
Bluffs, Iowa, md 24 Nov 1932 Harrison 
BOWMAN. They had: 
-Francis Harrison Bowman, b 15 Sep 
1933 Sioux City, md Luanne 



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Margaret EDISON, b 26 Oct 
1940. 5 children; 

-Steven Harrison, b 25 

May 1959, Sioux City 

-Raymond Francis, b 1 

June I960, Sioux City 

-John Walter, b 28 May 

1962, Sioux City 
-Lee Corey, b 17 May 

1968, Sioux City 
-Jacqueline Ann, b 26 
Dec 1969, Sioux City 
-Gene Scott, b 28 Jan 
1972, Sioux City 
-Florence Elizabeth Bowman, b 7 Aug 

1935, Sioux City, md 19 June 1963 
at Nogales, Sonora, Mexico, 
Carlton James TAPLEY, b 20 
Apr 1934 in Kite, Ga. 

-Carlton James, Jr. , b 28 
Oct 1965 J(adopted) 
-Lisa Anne Tapley, b 28 
Nov 1967, Sioux City 
-Patricia Lynn Tapley, 
b 20 Nov 1970 
-Charles Albert Bowman, b 9 July 1942, 

Sioux City, d 21 Aug 1961 
-Roger Lee Bowman, b 27 June 1951, 
Sioux City, md Terrie DONVAN, 
b 17 Sep 1949. They have: 

-Charles Dwayne, b 20 
Mar 1970, Sioux City 
■Gertrude Kathryn Hanshaw, b 30 Nov 1915, 
Council Bluffs. She md 24 Dec 1932 
Edward PRANKE. Their nine children 
were all born in Sioux City, Iowa, and 
are: 

-Gertrude Agnes Pranke, b 21 July 1932, 
md Terry TIMBLIN. 7 children, all 
born in Sioux City: 

-Michael Vance Timblin, b 8 Sep 
1952, md 5 June 1971 Debra Kay 
SOMERS. 
-Rhonda Sue Timblin, b 6 Apr 1954 
-Terry Lee Timblin, b 29 Feb 1956 
-Kenneth Wayne, b 19 June 1958 



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-Timothy Ray Timblin, b 30 Sep 1959 
-Paulette Ann, b 23 Apr 196 1 
-Jeffrey Dale, b 24 June 1962 
-Edwin Sherman Pranke (twin), b 5 Feb 

1937, md Bernice WELLS. Th< 

children, born in Phoenix: 

-Edwina Jeane, b 31 Jan 19 56 
-Faleen Jeane, b 7 Mar 1959 
-Cecil Edward, b 18 Aug 1961 
-Edward Herman Pranke (twin), b 5 

Feb 1937, md Eleanor DOUGLAS. 

Their children, born Phoenix: 

-Edward Milton, b 25 Apr 1956 
-Elesia Michelle, b 25 Apr 1959 
-William Grover, b 19 Oct 1961 
-Gertrude Kathryn Pranke, b 2 1 Jan 

1939, md Robert PAUL. Their 

children, born Sioux City: 

-Nadine Lynn Paul, b 9 July 1958 
-Robert Michael Paul, b 6 Oct I960 
-Pamela Kaye Paul, b 26 Sep 1961 
-Kevin Dewayne Paul, b 19 Oct 1964 
-Kathleen Louise Paul, b 17 Jan 1967 
-Leroy Larry Pranke, b 24 June 1942 
-Dorothy Elaine Pranke, b 3 Mar 1944, 

md (1) Robert LACY (div). 2 children: 
-Clifton James, b 3 July 1962 
-David Lynn, b 26 June 196 3 

Dorothy md (2) Waiter MARSTON, b 

2 Apr 1934. They have: 

-Rosealva Lucile Marston, b 29 
Aug 1969 at Manning, Iowa 
-Mary-JoAnn Pranke, b 13 Nov 1946, 

md Richard Lynn DEROCHE. Their 

children: 

-Richard Lynn Deroche, b 4 May 

1963, Sioux City 

-Brian Keith Deroche, b 2 Aug 

1964, Sioux City 

-Kandy Lynn Deroche, b 5 Nov 
1969, Iowa City 
■Gwedolyn Sue Pranke, b 20 Mar 1948, 
md (1) Charles DEROCHE (div), 
and had: 

-Laura Lee Deroche, b 21 July 
1963, Sioux City 



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-Gwedolyn Sue Deroche, b 27 
Aug 1964, Sioux City- 
Gwendolyn md<(2) Bob ROSS, and had: 
-Brenda Kay Ross,b 25 Apr 1971 
-Ethel Maye Rhonda Pranke, b 9 May 
1950, md 1967 Eddie M. WELLS. 
•Josephine Blanche Hanshaw, b 15 Dec 1916 at 

Council Bluffs, Pott. , Iowa, md 23 Mar 
1946 William John GREER of Ireland. 
After many childless years, Josephine 
and Will adopted 2 children. Josephine 
has written a most interesting and heart- 
rending account of the trials they endured 
in acquiring legal custody of their daugh- 
ter because they were older adoptive 
parents. Their children: 
-Kathleen Ann Greer, b 23 Dec 1964 

in Calif. 
-Samuel John Greer, b 10 Dec 1966, 
Los Angeles 
-Andrew Lewis Hanshaw, b 5 May 1919 in Laird, 



md (1) Norma 



(div), 



b 21 
1965 



Oct 



Yuma, Colo. , 

and had: 

-William Raymond Hanshaw, 

1941, Sioux City, md 3 Dec 

Janice TOMBLIN. A child: 

-Colleen Rae Tomblin, b 19 Feb 
1967, Phoenix, Ariz. 
-Andrew Lewis Hanshaw, b 3 Oct 1944, 

Sioux City, md a Korean girl, Ye 

Kyong Ae, b 23 Nov 1940 in Kyong- 

gido, Korea. She goes by Joan. 

A child: 

-Paul Yi Hanshaw, b 3 Sep 1971, 
Ryukee Is. Chatan, Okin. 
-Car la Kaye Hanshaw, b 21 July 1950, 

Sioux City, md 20 July 1971 Michael 

BURDICK. 

Andrew md (2) 6 Dec 1961 Patricia 

WRAY. No children. 
■Mary Ann Hanshaw, b 11 July 1920, md Leicester 
W. PALMER. Four children born at 
Sioux City: 
-Leicester William Palmer, Jr., b 22 

Sep 1938, md 11 July 1959 in Cour 

d'Alene, Idaho, Carolyn Ann FIX, 



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b 12 Nov 1940 in Seattle, Wash. 
They have: 

-Kevin Michael Palmer, b 10 

Feb I960, Seattle, Wash. 
-Traci Lynn Palmer, b 2 Feb 
1962, Seattle, Wash. 
-Mary Ann Palmer, b 24 Mar 1942, 
md 21 Dec 1963 in Seattle, Wash. \ 
Arnold Lee PAYNE, b 22 June 1936 
in Bolair, W. Va. They have: 

-Michelle Lynn Payne, b 6 Aug 

1966, Aurora, Colo. 
-Tanya Sue Payne, b 20 Mar 
1969, Wiesbaden, Germany 
-Clifford Frederick Palmer, b 18 Nov 
1943, md 10 July 1964 in Seattle, 
Wash., Donna Rae WILGUS, b 26 
Mar 1945, Seattle, Wash. A child: 
-Cory Jess Palmer, b 9 May 
197 0, Seattle (adopted) 
-DeWayne Dean Palmer, b 19 July 1948, 
md 29 June 1969, Seattle, Wash. , 
Glenda Margret NICKOLSON, b 1 Mar 
1949 in Seattle. An adopted child: 
-Timothy Edward Palmer, b 5 
July 1968, Seattle 
•Dorothy Emma Hanshaw, b 27 Aug 1922, d 15 
Feb 1941, md 11 Feb 1940 Earl SMITH. 
Dorothy had a baby daughter, Josephine 
Lorraine, b 15 Feb 1941 at Sioux City, 
Iowa. Josephine md a Mr. MITCHELL, 
and has at least 2 children. 
■William Charles Hanshaw, b 4 Nov 1923 Laird, 
Yuma, Colo., now teaches at the 
American High School in the Panama 
Canal Zone (1971). He md (1) Shirley 
HOCANEP (div) and had: 
-Ramona Hanshaw, b Feb 1953, 

d the same day. 
-Rebecca Joe Hanshaw, b 24 Dec 

1955, Onone, Iowa 
William md (2) 21 May 1961 Margaret 
SEVEY and had: 
-Timothy Charles Hanshaw, b 13 Apr 
1962, St. Johns, Ariz. 
•Susan Rohamey Hanshaw, b 1 Dec 1926 Laird, 



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Colo. , md 30 Aug 1946 Harry Richard 
PRUDEN. They have a son: 
-Larry Richard Pruden, b 26 July 1948, 
Hartford City, Ind. 



17) Daniel Bernard Hicks, son of Louis and 
Rohamey, was b 18 Sep 1896 Jackson, Dakota, Neb. , 
d 7 July 1957. He married Cora Belle COLE (div). 
Cora was b 4 Jan 1901 in Decatur, Neb. , daughter 
of Jefferson Cole. Dan md (2) Iris ? . 

The 6 children of Daniel and Cora: 

-Beatrice Lillian Hicks, b 3 Aug 192 at 

Fordyce, Cedar, Neb., md (1) Ben 

Burns^div): 

-Bernard Morel Burns, b 10 Mar 1937, 

Sioux City, Io. 
Beatrice md (2) Peter GOREHAM and had: 
-Ralph Edmond Goreham, b 21 Oct 1943, 
Decatur, Woodbury, Neb. , md Hazel 
Micki HORN and had: 

-Ralph Edmond Goreham, Jr. , 
b 28 Mar I960, Sterling, Colo. 
-Roxanne Linn Goreham, b 17 

Nov 1962, Sterling, Colo. 
-Peter Scott Goreham, b 17 Apr 
1964, McCook, Neb. 
-Geanne Rae Goreham, b 18 Oct 1945, 
Sioux City, md (1) Mr. Warfield (div): 
-Daniel Bernard Warfield, b 23 
Mar 1964, McCook, Neb. 
Geanne md (2) Mr. WATKINS: 

-Tammra Linn Watkins, b 29 May 
1967, McCook, Neb. 
-Louis Daniel Hicks, b Hubbard, Dakota, Neb. , 

22 July 1922, md Nettie June DEMPSEY. 
2 children: 

-Sherry Anne Hicks, b July 1946 Sioux 
City, Iowa, md 14 May 1966 Kenneth 
HALVERSON. 
-Penny June Hicks, b 9 June 1951 
Sioux City. 
-Stanley James Hicks, b 9 Jan 1924 at Jackson, 
Neb. , unmd. 



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-William Henry Hicks, b 9 Feb 1926 ;on 

Neb., md Bette June BEAULEAU. 
One daughter: 
-Lori Denise Hicks, b 28 July 1926 

Milwaukee, Wise. 
-Betty Lou Hicks, b 5 June 1930 So. Sioux City, 
Iowa, md (J) Coy V. ODOM, and had: 
-Denise Coy Odom, b 5 May 1948 

Sioux City, Iowa 
-James Lee Odom, b 21 June 1949, 

Sioux City 

" Pe ggy Joyce Odom, b 20 Feb 195 1, 
Sioux City. 
Coy and his two younger children 
perished in a house fire 17 Jan 1953. 
Betty md (2) Charles Peter WE1S. 
No other children. 
-Charles Percy Hicks, b 4 Aug 1932, So. Sioux 
City, Iowa, d Oct 1932, age 2 months, 
2 days old. 



18) Kathryn Marie Smith, b 8 Jan 1895 in Lin- 
coln, Lancaster, Neb. , daughter of Elmer and Ida 
(Cole) Smith, married 24 Apr 1918 Allen Raymond 
ROBINSON, b 14 June 1886 at Bryan, Ohio, the son 
of Christopher Malcolm and Helen (HUMBARGER) 
Robinson. Ray died 4 Apr 1968. 

Kathryn graduated as a registered nurse 
from Pacific Union College at St. Helena, Calif, 
in 19 18. She worked in her profession for many 
years. She enjoys interior decorating and making 
driftwood and dried flower centerpieces. She has 
also painted some lovely landscapes using oils and 
pastels. Like her mother, she loves to quilt and 
has made many beautiful quilts for friends and 
family. 

Kathryn and Ray had 4 sons: 

31) Paul Eugene Robinson, b 4 Nov 1920 at 

Bountiful, Utah, md Dale Cecile 
ANDERSON. 6 children. 

32) Dale Malcolm Robinson, b 29 Oct 1922, 

Salt Lake City, Utah, md lone 
ANDERSON. 3 sons. 



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33) Lynn Raymond Robinson, b 20 Dec 1924, 

Ogden, Utah, md Nellie HERROD. 
5 children. 

34) Willis Lamar Robinson, b 22 Apr 1928, 

Ogden, Utah, md and has 3 children. 



19) Ralph Clayton Smith, oldest son of Elmer 
and Ida (Cole) Smith, was b 11 Mar 1896 at Lincoln, 
Lancaster, Nebraska. He married (1) 10 July 1917 
Mayzella HINES, daughter of George and Alice 
(NIELSEN) Hines. She died 3 Nov 1924. Ralph 
married <2) 8 Oct 1925 at Salt Lake City, Edna 
Margaret Ekstrom SIMS, b 21 Feb 1902 Milton, 
Morgan, Utah, dau of John and Ellen Charlotte 
(PETERSON) EKSTROM. When her mother died, 
Edna was adopted by her mother's sister and hus- 
band, George and Clara Sims. 

As a boy and young man, Ralph worked on 
his father's truck farm, and also became a good 
horseman. He did all the selling of the produce 
on the Salt Lake City wholesale market, driving 
the wagon and team of horses the approximately 
15 miles roundtrip, when 16 years old until he 
left the farm at age 22. 

Ralph enlisted in the Army in 1918, and saw 
action in France. He was gassed in the Ainse- 
Marne offensive, and returned home following the 
end of the war. He graduated 192 from the LDS 
Business College at Salt Lake City where he was 
valedictorian of his class. He worked for CPAs 
for several years, and opened his own accounting 
business in 1929. During the depression, he was 
compelled to give -up his business and become 
traveling auditor for General Motors. He later 
became a GM dealer in partnership with his 
brother Glenn. The recession of the late 30s, 
however, again forced him to return to accounting, 
and he took employment with West Coast Life Ins. 
Company in San Francisco. 

In 1947, Ralph accepted a position as Con- 
troller of Hospital Service of California (Blue 
Cross), with home offices in Oakland, Calif. 
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from an annual income of 3 million to over 4 5 
million dollars. He was highly honored for | 
roll in this growth upon his retirement in 1961. 

A member since 19 33 of the Church of Jesus 
Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormon), which has 
no paid ministry, Ralph has served in many res- 
ponsible, leadership positions throughout the years. 
He has also been active in civic affairs. 

Ralph has always enjoyed gardening. His 
WW II victory garden was the envy of the town. 
His landscaping and gardens have always been 
admired. He is also good at carpentry and wood- 
working. In fact, after his retirement, he built 
two houses in partnership with a son-in-law. At 
age 75 (in 1971), he can still out-work most 
younger men. 

Children of Ralph and Mayzella, b in Salt 
Lake City: 

35) Marjorie Lorraine Smith, b 4 Nov 1918, 

md ( 1) Hile Vernon MOSS, 2 children, 
(2) Herbert Worth INGERSOLL, 
2 children. 

36) Ralph Clayton Smith, Jr. , b 7 Dec 1920, 

md (1) Lorena ACOCKS (div), 5 child- 
ren, (2) Jane CARINO. 

37) Robert Earle Smith, b 10 Aug 1923, md (1) 

Doris Houck, (2) Imogene MIDDLETON, 
5 children. 

Children of Ralph and Edna: 

38) Lawrence Eugene Smith, b 24 Sep 1926 

Salt Lake City, md Virginia Alene 
BEVANS, 2 children. 

39) Shirley Jeanne Smith, b 7 Sep 1927 Oakland, 

Calif. , md Ralph Michael DI TORE, 

2 children. 

40) Evelyn Smith, b 12 Apr 1937 Kaysville, 

Utah, md Harry Daniel BAER, 

3 children. 

41) Lorraine Smith, b 20 Dec 1942 San Mateo, 

Calif. , md William Delver CONNELLY, 
5 children. 



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20) Glenn Oren Smith, b 22 July 1897 Lincoln, 
Lancaster, Neb. , son of Elmer and Ida (Cole) 
Smith. Glenn has worked for General Motors for 
many years, and is the retired co-owner of the 
Chevrolet dealership in Layton, Utah. He was 
active in the Kiwanis club, and enjoys hunting 
and fishing. He enjoys gardening. His fine 
summer vegetable gardens display the farming 
experience of his youth. It is said he can grow 
anything. 

A tribute to him, written by a daughter-in- 
law, states that he is even-tempered, pleasant to 
be around, good-natured, and generous. 

Glenn married (1) Edna KENDALL (div), dau 
of Alonzo Burnham and Mary James (SEARS) 
Kendall, 5 children; and (2) Edna Marie ROBERTS, 
2 children. 

Children of Glenn and Edna Kendall: 

42) Eldon Burton Smith, b 4 Apr 1921 Salt Lake 

City, md Wanda RAY. 5 children. 

43) Derrell Kendall Smith, b 20 Nov 1922 Salt 

Lake City, md Barbara ARELLANO. 
2 children. 

44) Merlin Claire Smith, b 9 Sep 1928 Ogden, 

Utah, md (1) Georgette Arellano (div), 

1 child; (2) Donna Lee ANGELI, 6 ch. 

45) Milton Elwood Smith, b 15 May 1930 Bounti- 

ful, Utah md Betty Jean HARRIS^ 
4 children. 

46) Duane Lamar Smith, b 11 Apr 1932 Woods 

Cross, Utah, md Ora Kay HUFF, 
4 children. 

Children of Glenn and Edna Roberts: 

47) Edward Glenn Smith, b 12 June 1942 Ogden, 

Utah, md Beverly Joyce WO R DEN. 

2 children. 

-Elmer Ellsworth Smith, b 2 June 1944 Ogden, 
md (1) Peggy Mikesell (div) and had 
b in Ogden: 

-Sandy Jo Smith, b 2 June 1961 
-Cheri Lynn Smith, b 2 July 1962 
-Lynette Smith, b 20 Dec 1965 
-Lonnie Michael Smith, b 30 Dec 1967 
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21) Donald Lawrence Smith, b 27 Sep 19 11 at 
Lincoln, Lancaster, Neb. , son of Elmer and Ida 
(Cole) Smith, married 2 July 1940 at Salt Lake 
City, Lavon HATCH, b 8 June 1915, the dau of 
Richard Ford and Gratia (PASSAILA1QUE) Hatch. 

Don had wanted to become a lawyer, but the 
circumstances of the depression interfered. He 
did graduate from the Univ. of Utah in 19 

He joined the Army and became a Battalion 
Commander in the federalized National Guard. 
Don was tall and slender --6 feet, Zj inches and 
weighed less than 150 lbs., far below the mini- 
mum standard- -and was discharged in 1942. Don 
had loved the Army-life and this discharge was a 
crushing blow. He eventually became a chem: 
for the Phillips Petroleum Company in Woods 
Cross, Utah. 

Like his brothers, Don was a fine gardener. 
He farmed his acreage in Woods Cross for a while, 
and won prizes at the State Fair. 

Don was never able to bounce -back from the 
disappointments of his past and died as the result 
of alcoholism 27 Aug 1971, at Woods Cror-. 

Children of Donald and Lavon: 

-Don Albert Smith, b 8 June 1944 Salt Lake C 
md 5 Oct 1963 at Roy, Utah, Linda 
Marie LETH, b 17 Nov 1947, dau of 
Robert and Frieda (OCKEY) Leth. 
Three daughters: 

-Sheila Marie Smith, b 16 Apr 1965, 
Salt Lake City 

-Shelly Kaye Smith, b 27 Feb 1967, 
Salt Lake City 
-Kathy Smith, b May 1971 

-Robin Smith, b 11 Feb 1948 at Salt Lake City. 



22) Kenneth Woodrow Smith, b 26 Jan 1913 
Bountiful, Davis, Utah, son of Elmer and Ida 
(Cole) Smith. He married (1) 31 May 1936 Ruth 
Anderson (div). They had a daughter, Ruth 
Geraldine. Ken married (2) 11 Sep 1945 Florence 
RAY. 



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Ken is an active member of the 7th Day 
Adventist Church and has sold Adventist books and 
materials in the western U.S. for many years. He 
participated in supervising a research project 
sponsored by the American Cancer Society through 
the Adventist Church and Loma Linda University. 
This project helped to determine the incidence of 
cancer in non-smokers compared with light, mod- 
erate, and heavy cigarette smokers. 

Kenneth's daughter: 

-Ruth Geraldine Smith, b 9 Feb 1938 Reno, Nev. , 
md Joseph Earl BECKNER. Their 
children are: 
-Daniel Robert Beckner, b 14 Mar 1959, 

Fort Benning, Ga. 
-David Eugene Beckner, b 16 Oct I960, 

Newport, N. Hamp. 
-Sue Anamarie Beckner, b 12 Nov 1962, 

Clover dale, Calif. 
-Samuel Paul Kenneth Beckner (twin), 

b 28 Oct 1964 at McCall, Idaho 
-Jonathan Royce Beckner (twin), 

b 28 Oct 1964 at McCall, Idaho 
-John Joseph Earl Beckner, b 11 July 

1967, Osage, Ark. 



23) Alice May Cole, oldest child of Peter and 
Bessie (LAIRD) Cole, was born 12 Sep 1909 in 
North Dakota, the exact town is not known. Alice 
was about Z\ years old when her mother died in 
1912. She and her baby brother, Elmer, were 
cared for by her father's uncle, Percy Cole and 
family, until about 1916. 

Alice and Elmer were mainly raised in the 
home of a Scottish couple by the name of Cameron. 
Mr, Cameron was a kindly man and provided the 
children with their early training in reading and 
writing. When he became too ill from TB to work 
the farm, the children had to take on most of the 
chores until his death in 1925. Mrs. Cameron was 
a stern disciplinarian and the children had to work 
very hard and "tow the line. " 



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In 1924, Alice went to school at Eastend 
boarding with relatives, Ida and Murvin Smith' 
Elmer went to live with his father and died t 
following spring of 1925. Having had no real 
family, Alice felt the loss of Elmer, and Mr. 
Cameron, very deeply. She came back during 
the summers thereafter to cook and keep house 
for her father. When a high school was built in 
Orkney, Alice rode the 5 miles on horseback 
everyday, plus keep house. 

Alice married Garnet Frederick SLOAN 
the 16th of Aug 1928 at Swift Current, Sask. 
Garnet is the son of Frederick William Hope and 
Carrie (DAVIS) Sloan, and was born 15 Oct 1906 
in Ontario, Canada. They lived a farming life 
for many years, during which Alice enjoyed gar- 
dening, sewing, and community work, especially 
with young people. After the children were grown 
and married, Alice worked as a clerk, logging 
camp cook, nurse's aid, and laundress. Because 
of drought and Garnet's health, they moved from 
the farm. About 1966 Alice decided to get serious 
with a photographic hobby and go into business. 
This she has done, and is very satisfied and suc- 
cessful in this roll too. 

Alice loves a challenge, and hopes to tackle 
many more things such as learning to swim, and 
drive, and would also like to do some writing and 
picture stories too. 

Children of Alice and Garnet: 

48) Kenneth Leroy Sloan, b 9 Nov 1929 Climax, 

Sask., md Lucille Maria BOTTLE. 
8 children. 

49) Glen Garth Sloan, b 8 July 1931 Nepiwan, 

Sask. , md Mable Elizabeth BOTTLE. 
3 children. 

50) Jean Merlin Sloan, b 9 July 1935 Climax, 

Sask. , md Albert Earl WARD. 
3 children. 



24) Albert Mervin Cole, son of Peter and Mabel 
(BOCHEK) Cole, was born 22 Mar 1933. Albert 



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is an engineer for the Canadian National Railroad. 
He likes the sport of boxing, and has worked with 
the mentally handicapped. Like his father, he 
enjoys reading. He married Nettie HILDEBRAND, 
daughter of Gerhard and Maria (DYCK) Hildebrand. 

Their children are: 

-Charles Timothy Cornelius Franklin, b 25 Apr 

196 1 at Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada 
-Eleanor Lucia Joyce, b 13 May 1963, Winnipeg 
-Peter Lawrence Donald Gerhard, b 24 June 1964, 

Winnipeg 
-Gregory Kenneth John Cameron, b 14 July 1965, 

Winnipeg 
-David, b 24 June 1968, St. Boniface, Man., 

d 25 June 1968 



25) Richard Donald Cole, born 23 Aug 1934 at 
Bracken, Sask. , to Peter and Mabel (BOCHEK) 
Cole, has always been interested in electronics. 
He now owns a radio -TV sales and service busi- 
ness in Moose Jaw, Sask. 

Richard has a very good voice and sings in 
and around the Moose Jaw area semi -professionally 
in the style of Hank Williams. He married Mar- 
garet HAYES in 1957, since divorced. 

One child: 

-Marlon Richard Cole, b 3 Apr I960, Brandon, 
Manitoba, Can. 



26) Kenneth Maurice Cole, the youngest son of 
Peter and Mabel (BOCHEK) Cole, was born 31 
July 1936 at Bracken, Sask. After pursuing a 
career as Jack-of -all-Trades and learning many 
skills, Kenneth has settled down as an apprenticed 
welder. 

He married 18 Oct 1969, Carolyn Anne 
MILNER, born 14 Nov 1943 Perth, W. A. , Australia, 
the daughter of Vere Colyer and Olive Thomas 
(DAVIS) Milne r. 



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They have a child: 

-Vaedra La Rae Cole, b 25 Mar 197 1, 
Calgary, Alberta, Can. 



27) Walter William Cole, only child of Raymond 
and Lucy (LILLIARD) Cole, was born 11 May 1917 
atR.M. Arlington, Dollard, Sask. , Canada. 
Walter graduated from high school 1937. He was 
a ground mechanic in the Canadian Air Force dur- 
ing WW II. He is a rancher in Shaunavon, Sask. , 
and is active in the area politics, serving as a 
member of the Municipal Council for several years. 
Walter is also skilled in woodworking and carpentry. 

He married 14 Aug 1942 Gwendolyn Alice 
Mary CLARKE, b 6 Nov 1919 in Stone, Sask. , daugh 
ter of Hector and Florence Margaret (WAGNER) 
Clarke. 

The children of Walter and Gwendolyn, born 
Shaunavon: 

-Gayle Karen Cole, b 28 Mar 1944, md 26 Oct 
1963, Wayne Grant LEWIS, son of 
Wilbert Henry and Mildred Evelyn 
X5AUM) Lewis. They have: 
-Peter Sheldon Lewis, b 11 Aug 1965, 

Maple Creek, Sask. 
-Laurel Lee Lewis, b 16 Mar 1968, 
Maple Creek 
-Raymond Clark Cole, b 19 July 1945, md Ilene 
DUKE, daughter of Francis and Elvira 
(STUDER) Duke. They have: 
-Kurt Ashley Cole, b 27 Mar 1965, 
Shaunavon, Sask. 
-Lome Cole, b 1 Oct 1967, 
Shaunavon, Sask. 
-Robin Adair Cole, b 1 1 Jan 1952, Shaunavon, 
Sask. , md Gary G. BOYD. A son: 
-Gary Jay Boyd, b 11 Sep 197 1 at 
Shaunavon. 
-Mar ylou Cole, b 11 Dec 1954, Shaunavon, 

Sask., md 14 Jan 1972 Dennis ULMER, 
son of Oliver and Eva Ulmer. 
-Wayne Walter Cole, b 26 Sep 1956, Shaunavon, 
Sask. 



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28) Alberta Elizabeth Cole, only child of Albert 
and Amelia (FOX) Cole, was born at her father's 
ranqh- -Pine Coulee --near Dollard, Sask. She 
spent 5 years at St. Mary's Academy (elementary) 
School in Winnipeg, and the rest of her schooling 
was gained in local one -room schools and by 
correspondence. Her accomplishments show a 
person who made the most of things, and enjoyed 
life to the fullest. 

Babe, as she was nicknamed, loved to ride 
horses, and became an expert horsewoman. She 
took an active part in running her father's ranch, 
joining in on the roundups of the horseherd and 
such. Later when the ranch became her own, with 
her husband, she continued an active role, as well 
as raise her family. 

Babe was talented at the piano, and later 
learned to play the accordion. Crocheting and 
embroidering were also enjoyable and useful 
pastimes. She was good at monologues and read- 
ings, and also loved to dance. She also took an 
active interest in local and regional politics. 

Babe married 18 Oct 1934 Arthur Lauranson 
HALLIDAY, son of William R. and Jennie (NAY- 
BEE) Halliday. Babe died just 11 days short of 
her 52nd birthday, after waging a long and cour- 
ageous battle against cancer. 

The children of Alberta and Arthur, born 
Shaunavon, Sask. : 

51) Laura Joan Halliday, b 23 July 1935, md 

E. John DIMMOCK. 3 children. 

52) Grace Catherine Halliday, b 10 Oct 1936, 

md Lome David GRAHAM. 4 children. 



29) Orlando Timothy Cole, was born 16 Aug 1908, 
Philadelphia, Pa. to Lucius and Rosalia (WINKLER) 
Cole. Orlando's life's work has been devoted to the 
cello, at which he is exceptionally gifted. Since 
1927, he has been a member of Philadelphia's 
Curtis String Quartet, believed to be the oldest 
string quartet in the world, and which has per- 
formed for presidents, kings, and appreciative 



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audiences throughout the world. 

Orlando graduated from the Curtis Institute 
of Music in 1932. He now teaches at the Institute, 
and at the New School of Music in Philadelpl. 
which trains string players for symphony 
orchestras. 

Orlando married 15 Jan 1933, Rosamonde 
ADAMS, born 2 3 May 1910 in Salem, Essex, Mass. 

They have 3 children, all born in Upper 
Darby, Pa. : 

-Timothy Adams Cole, b 29 Dec 1937, md 10 

July 1965 Carol MAGNUS. Tim works 
for the Columbia Broadcasting Company. 
2 children: 
-Vanessa Louise Cole, b 15 Aug 1969, 

Terrahaute, Ind. 
-Alexandra Elizabeth Cole, b 8 Sep 1972, 

-Deborah Cole, b 6 Sep 1943, md 26 Aug 1967, 
Richard S. BOWMAN. She graduated 
from the Univ. of Pennsylvania in 
social work. 

-David Wallace Cole, b 13 Nov 1945. He is 
following after his father as an out- 
standing cellist, having many credits 
to his name already. 



30) Rosalia Elizabeth Cole, born 6 Jan 1911 at 
Philadelphia, Pa. to Lucius and Rosalia (WINKLER) 
Cole, has the distinction of being the first girl to 
be born in this branch of the Cole family tree. 
She graduated from Temple University in 1933 
with a teaching degree. 

Elizabeth married 20 July 1937, John 
Spencer HOLM, who was born 8 Oct 1904 in 
Woodstock, Conn. Elizabeth and her husband 
greatly enjoy traveling and visiting places of 
interest, enthusiastically investigating and 
experiencing as they go. 

Their two children born in Westchester, 
Pa. are: 

-Eric Kristian Holm, b 23 Apr 1940, West 



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Chester, Pa. He is studying to become 
a surgeon. He md Suzanne SCOTT on 
the 29th of June 1968. One child: 
-James Spencer Holm, b 14 Nov 1971 
-Rosalia Linnea Holm, b 16 Aug 1943, West 
Chester, Pa. , md 20 Dec 1969 
Charles LANDRAITIS. 



31) Paul Eugene Robinson, b 4 Nov 192 Bounti- 
ful, Davis, Utah, son of Ray and Kathryn (SMITH) 
Robinson. Paul is a landscape architect and 
designed many well-known landscapes, including 
the Madison Square Gardens in New York City. 
As an avocation, Paul has become an expert on 
poultry, an interest perhaps inherited from his 
grandfather Elmer Smith. He is considered one 
of the three top judges of poultry in the U. S. , 
and travels widely, judging for the American 
Poultry Association. 

Paul was seriously injured in an automobile 
accident in 1967, suffering multiple fractures of 
his arms and back. He finds pleasure in working 
with plastic molding and decorating as a hobby. 

He married Dale Cecile ANDERSON. They 
are the parents of: 

-Aloma Robinson, b 31 July 1942, md Walter 
Dee RUDDLE. They have: 
-Kim Sue Ruddle, b 16 Apr 1963 
-Carl Dwight Ruddle, b 11 Feb 1965 
-Donald Duane Ruddle, b 8 Jan 1967 

-Paul Eugene Robinson, Jr. , b 5 Sep 1944. He 
and wife Sally have: 
-Wendy Corinne Robinson, b 28 Dec 1964 

-Bruce Allen Robinson, b 13 Mar 1948, d 3 Nov 
1968 in Vietnam. 

-Willis Leonard Robinson, b 1 June 1952 

-Rena May Robinson, b 17 Apr 1954 

-Glenn Otto Robinson, b 22 Mar 1961 



32) Dale Malcolm Robinson, b 29 Oct 1922 at 
Salt Lake City, Utah, son of Ray and Kathryn 



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(SMITH) Robinson. Dale degree- 

education, and is currently a high 
in Willow.', California. He truly enjoy.- drei 

and young people, and has an abil ; 
with them. He enjoys boating also. 

Dale married lone ANDERSON and the) I I 
three children: 

-Benjamin Harvey Robinson, b 28 Aug 
-Stanford Lloyd Robinson, b 14 Nov 1950 
-Delbert Mark Robinson, b 18 Oct 1954 



33) Lynn Raymond Robinson, b 20 Dec 1924 
Ogden, Weber, Utah, son of Ray and Kathryn 
(SMITH) Robinson. Lynn graduated from Ariz 
State in 1949, having majored in aeronaut i ud 

minoring in music. He was grounded after two 
years with American Airlines, and turned to 
horticulture. He has been a florist, horticulture 
therapist at a veteran's hospital, and owned a 
nursery. He is presently the horticulture advisor 
and manager for a large firm in San Jo.^e, Calif. 

During WW II, Lynn worked in the n ry 

intelligence branch of the Infantry. He w£ i cap- 
tured and imprisoned in Germany for 6 months 
prior to the end of the war. He remained in 
Germany to participate in the Nurenburg tr: 

Lynn loves people and ia always ready 
lend a helping hand. He enjoys his music, and 
has a large theatre organ in his living room. 
They greatly enjoy their family song fests wi 
Lynn at the organ and some of the childre: pay- 
ing guitar. 

Lynn married Nellie HERROD, and they 
have 5 children: 

-Mary Lou Robinson, b 13 June 1948, Phoenix, 

Ariz. She is an R.N. 
-Allen Raymond Robinson, b 1 Feb 1950, 

Loma Linda, Calif. 
-LynellSue Robinson, b6 Mar 1951, Walla 
Walla, Wash., md 14 Dec 1969 
Larry MAYS. 



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-Dena Marie Robinson, b 17 Apr 1953, 

Walla Walla, Wash. 
-Diane Lynn Robinson, b 23 July 1955, 

Walla Walla, Wash. 



34) Willis Lamar Robinson, b 22 Apr 1928 at 
Ogden, Utah, the youngest son of Raymond and 
Kathryn (SMITH) Robinson. Willis graduated from 
New York University with a masters degree in 
chemistry. He spent 19 years in the Air Force 
in laboratory work, and has continued as a lab 
technician in civilian life. He was awarded one 
of the minor Nobel prizes for some of his 
research efforts. 

Three children: 

-Kathryn Irene Robinson, b 24 June 1948 
-Frances Louise Robinson, b 1 Feb 1955 
-Daniel Lynn Robinson, b 22 May 1957 



35) Marjorie Lorraine Smith, daughter of Ralph 
and Mayzella (HINES) Smith, b 4 Nov 1918 in Salt 
Lake City, Utah. Margie, as she is known, served 
an 18 month mission to Texas and Louisiana for 
the Mormon Church in 1941-42. She married 3 
May 1944 in Salt Lake City, Hile Vernon MOSS, 
b 1 Apr 1913 in Rockland, Idaho. He was the son 
of John Henry and Annie (JOHNSON) Moss. 

Vernon and Margie farmed in Rockland for 
about 2 years. Margie learned a lot about the 
life -style of the pioneer, as the places they lived 
lacked all modern conveniences. They moved to 
Jackson Hole, Wyoming about 1946 where Vernon 
was foreman on a large cattle ranch, however, in 
December, he had an attack of appendicitis and 
died 16 Dec 1946. 

Marjorie married (2) 3 Aug 1948 a widower 
Herbert Worth INGERSOLL of Monterey, Calif. , 
son of Adelbert and Adalaide (STURTVANT) 
Ingersoll. Worth had 3 daughters from his first 
marriage. They resided in the Monterey area for 



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several years. They now live in Hawaii where 
Worth is employed. 

Margie is an excellent seamstress, and a 
wonderful teacher, especially with youth. She 
presently teaches a scripture study class, held 
each morning prior to regular school time, to 
over 30 young people. 

Children of Marjorie and Vernon, b 
American Falls, Idaho; 

-Calvin Dee Moss, b 13 Apr 1945, md 6 Dec 
1968 Rosemary ORAM in Elberta, 
Utah. 2 children: 
-David Calvin Moss, b 11 Nov 1969 

at Goshen, Utah 
-Jordan Oram Moss, b 29 June 197 1, 

Fort Sill, Okla. 
-Mary Anne Moss, b 6 May 1946, md William 
Everett PHIPPS, son of William and 
Mildred (WATSON) Phipps. He was 
b 28 June 1945 Joplin, Mo. 5' children: 
-Stephen Paul Phipps, b 11 Oct 1966 

Fort Rucker, Ala. 
-Laura Michelle Phipps, b 25 Mar 1968 

Blackfoot, Ida. 
-Daniel Aaron Phipps, b 8 Nov 1969 

Fort Rucker, Ala. 
-Jennalee Phipps, b 2 Nov 197 

Driggs, Ida. 
-Deborah Phipps, b 8 Mar 1972 

Murray, Utah 

Children of Marjorie and Worth: 

-Wendy Jane Ingersoll, b 14 Jan 1952 Salinas, Calif. 
-Diane Lois Ingersoll, b 21 Jan 1954 Salinas, Calif. 



36) Ralph Clayton Smith, Jr. , s on of Ralph and 
Mayzella (HINES) Smith, b 7 Dec 1920 in Salt Lake 
City, Utah. Ralph has worked at the Hunter's 
Point Naval Shipyards at San Francisco, almost 
continuously since WW II. He is presently a fore- 
man there. He married (1) Lorena ACOCKS (div), 
and (2) 4 July 1963 Jane CARINO, dau of Berto 
and Marie Carino. 



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5 children by 1st marriage: 

■ Lawrence Eugene Smith, b 28 July 1941, 

Salt Lake City, Utah, md Charlene 
GREENZWEIGHT, b 19 June 1943, 
daughter of William and Catherine 
(RYERSON) Greenzweight. 3 children: 
-Christy Smith, b 3 Jan 1962 
San Fernando, Calif. 
-Cindy Smith, b 25 May 1963 
San Fernando, Calif. 
-Laura Lee Smith, b 4 Sep 1967 
San Fernando, Calif. 
■Sharon Ann Smith, b 22 May 1943, San Fran- 
cisco, Calif. , md Manuel Robert 
MARQUES, b 15 Dec 1939 in San 
Francisco. 3 children: 
-Laura Ann Marques, b 10 Sep I960 
San Mateo, Calif. 
-Edward Robert Marques, b 28 Nov 

1962 San Mateo, Calif. 
-Tina Loreen Marques, b 7 Jan 1968 
San Mateo, Calif. 
■Laura Lee Smith, b 5 Apr 1950 San Francisco, 
md Terry Lee CAREL, b 3 July 1947 
Reno, Nev. , child: 

-Robin Christine Carel, b 14 June 1967 
Redwood City, Calif. 
-Julie Ann Smith, b 12 Feb 1952, San Fran- 
cisco, Calif. 
-Susan Marie Smith, b 11 Oct 19 55, San Mateo, 
Calif. 



37) Robert Earle Smith, b 10 Aug 1923 at Salt 
Lake City, Utah, son of Ralph and Mayzella (HINES) 
Smith. Bob was a fighter pilot in WW II, and flew 
out of England on 77 missions. He received 13 
decorations, including the Distinguished Flying 
Cross. He became a Captain at age 20. 

Bob graduated from Butler University in 
1954 with a degree in history and political science. 
After obtaining a degree in law at Indiana Univer- 
sity in 1957, he practiced as an attorney in Green- 
wood, Indiana until 1969. In 1968 he was elected 



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as Greenwood City Judge, then elected Judge of 
the Johnson County Superior Court in 1969. 

Bob married 4 April 1958 at Southp >rt, 

Indiana, Imogene MIDDLETON, b 18 Aug 1929 at 
Greenwood. They have 5 children: 

-Theresa Lynn Smith, b 27 Dec 1954 Eaton 

Rapids, Mich. (Theresa is Imogene's 

daughter, adopted by Bob. ) 
-Clayton Robert Smith, b 19 June 1959 

Redwood City, Calif. 
-Mariana Susan Smith, b 19 July 1962 

Franklin, Ind. 
-Alexander Robert Smith, b 23 Oct 1964, 

Franklin, Ind. 
-Jonathan Robert Smith, b 26 Feb 1969, 

Indianapolis, Ind. 

(Adopted by Bob and Imogene 1969) 



38) Lawrence Eugene Smith, b 24 Sep 1926 at 
Salt Lake City, Utah, son of Ralph and Edna 
(SIMS) Smith. Larry served in the US Army the 
last few months of WW II, stationed in the Hawaiian 
Islands. He served a two-year mission in the New 
England States for the Church of Jesus Christ of 
Latter-day Saints (Mormon) from 1948-1950. 

Larry graduated from Brigham Young Univer- 
sity in 1959 with a teaching degree and from San 
Jose State College 1963 in, librarianship. He is 
presently librarian for the high school and jr. 
college in Susanville, California. 

Larry has done some creative writing, such 
as skits and playlets. He enjoys painting, puppetry, 
and golf. He is a favorite with children, and is 
known as "Uncle Larry, the Teaser" by many of 
his nieces and nephews. He has also been mistaken 
for Mickey Rooney on occasion. 

Larry married 6 June 1958 at Salt Lake City, 
Utah, Virginia Alene BE VANS, b 21 July 1932 
Helena, Mont., daughter of William F. and 
Margaret (JOHNSON) Bevans. Children: 

-Paulette Smith, b 16 Apr 1963, Castro Valley, 
Alameda, Calif. 



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-Janet Smith, b 4 Dec 1968, (adopted 1969) 
-David Lawrence Smith, b 13 Nov 1969 
( adoption pending) 



39) Shirley Jeanne Smith, daughter of Ralph and 
Edna (SIMS) Smith, b 7 Sep 1927 Oakland, Calif. 
Shirley married 7 Sep 1947 Ralph Michael DI TORE, 
b 26 June 1926 Bronx, NY, son of Michael A. and 
Helen (CARROZZA) Di Tore. 

Shirley and family lived in Puerto Rico for 
a year in 1958-1959 where Ralph was involved in 
the manufacture of a travel toothbrush. She now 
accompanies Ralph on most of his business travels 
which take him throughout many of the western 
states, Hawaii, and the Orient. 

Having married into an Italian family, 
Shirley has become a superb cook of Italian foods. 
She fulfilled a lifelong wish to learn to ride a 
horse by taking lessons a couple of years ago. 
An avid reader, Shirley goes thru her daily news- 
paper from page to page. In her many travels, 
she manages to keep abreast of the news in this way. 

Children of Shirley and Ralph: 

-Michael Ralph Di Tore, b 29 May 1948, San 
Francisco, Calif., md Paula TOBAR, 
b 29 Aug 1950, daughter of Anthony 
and Claire (SCHULTZ) Tobar. 1 child: 
-Michael Ralph Di Tore, b 1 Nov 1967, 
Santa Clara, Calif. 

-Michele Cherie Di Tore, b 30 May 1950, Palo 
Alto, Calif., md 7 June 1969 Hastings 
Judd ELDREDGE of Hawaii. 



40^ Evelyn Smith, b 12 April 1937 at Kaysville, 
Davis, Utah, daughter of Ralph and Edna (SIMS) 
Smith. She attended Brigham Young University 
in Provo, Utah, graduating 1959 in elementary 
education. While attending BYU, she met Harry 
Daniel BAER, b 20 July 1936 Seattle, Wash. , son 
of Harry and Dorothy (MOORE) Baer. They were 



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married in Idaho Falls, Idaho 7 Aug 

Evelyn began teaching third grade in S. 
Clara, Calif, while Daniel obtained his secor 
teaching certificate in natural science.- 9e 

State College. After 3 year'? of te 
retired to raise a family. 

Finding genealogy a fascinating study and 
Coles an interesting family, Evelyn has g ed 

the information herein rec. Sh< p 

publish her extensive research findings o 
Render shots of New Jersey and Pennsylv i .n 

the future (Clara Hendershot md Coriolar. 
Skinner Cole), 

Evelyn enjoys arts and crafts, and has 
recently taken -up tole painting, a decorative a 
of oil painting on metal and wood. 

Children of Evelyn and Dan: 

-Douglas William Baer, b 20 Aug 1962, 

San Jose, Calif. 
-Irene Clarissa Baer, b 23 July 1964, 

Santa Clara, Calif. 
-Bruce Daniel Baer, b 31 May 1967, 

Santa Clara, Calif. 



41) Lorraine Smith, daughter of Ralph and Edna 
(SIMS) Smith, b 20 Dec 1942 in San Mateo, Cal . 
Lorraine married William Delver CONNELL'V , 
b 14 Dec 1942. 

Bill is a computer analyst with Kaiser 
Aluminum Corp. and was assigned in Sep 197 1 
to the Ghana, West Africa plant near T&ma. 
They are finding their experiences there very 
interesting, and with the travel benefits supplied 
by Kaiser, they hope to see much of Europe and 
Africa before their 3 years are completed. 

Children of Lorraine and Bill: 

-Carolyn Sue Connelly, b 22 Nov I960 

Walnut Creek, Calif. 
-Russell William Connelly, b 22 Aug 1962 

Hayward, Calif. , d 3 Nov 1962 



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-Paul William Connelly, b 28 Nov 1963, 

Hayward, Calif. 
-Daniel Lynn Connelly, b 2 Feb 1965 

Hayward, Calif. 
-Michelle Connelly, b 16 Mar 1969, 

Hayward, Calif. 



42) Elden Burton Smith, son of Glenn and Edna 
(KENDALL) Smith, b 4 Apr 1921 at Salt Lake City, 
Utah. He graduated 1944 from Pacific Union . 
College, and Andrews University in 1958. He 
has been a Seventh -day Adventist minister and 
hospital chaplain in Thailand for over 20 years. 
He is presently a chaplain in a Methodist hospital 
in Kansas. 

Elden enjoys good music, and also finds 
pleasure in photography. He married 5 Aug 1944 
Wanda RAY, b 7 Aug 1924, daughter of George 
and Ethel (SMITH) Ray. They have: 

-Elden Lamar Smith, b 11 June 1945, 

Provo, Utah 
-Ralph Harland Smith, b 25 Apr 1947, 

Bangkok, Thailand 
-Robert Duane Smith, b 16 Apr 1950, 

Bangkok, Thailand 
-Carolyn Arlinda Smith (twin), b 6 Oct 19 55, 

Chiengmai, Thailand 
-Marilyn Anita Smith (twin), b 6 Oct 1955, 

Chiengmai, Thailand, who died a 

few days later. 



43) Derrell Kendall Smith, b 20 Nov 1922 at 
Salt Lake City, Utah, son of Glenn and Edna 
(Kendall) Smith, graduated from La Sierra College 
(now Loma Linda Univ. ) 1949 in Religion, Potomac 
Univ. (now Andrews Univ. ) 1951 in Theology, and 
again in 1959 with a Bachelors of Divinity, and 
from Princeton Seminary 1962 in Christian Educa- 
tion. He is the principal of the Seventh-day 
Adventist high school in Fresno, Calif. 

Derrell enjoys hiking, horseback riding, and 



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swimming. He has made two 50 mile Bwim 
married 30 May 1942 Barbara ARELi , ' lg h 

ter of Rudolph and Mary (GREGORY) A d. 

Two children: 

-Sharon Kay Smith, b 25 June 1946, 

Loma Linda, Calif. 
-Sharlene Ranae Smith, b 6 Nov 194 ) 

Loma Linda, Ca 



44) Merlin Claire Smith, b 9 Sep 1928 Ogd. 
Weber, Utah, son of Glenn nd Edna (Kl L) 

Smith. Merlin served in the Army 195 0- 19 
stationed in the US and West Germany, He 
uated from La Sierra College, Ar A igton, 
1954, and Loma Linda University 1958 in m 
He completed his residency in 
in 1964. Merlin is in practice in 
Calif. He has been on the ten- 
dency programs since 1964. 

Merlin enjoys gardening, golf, - g, a 

flying when he has the time. He mar r if 
Georgette Arellano (div) and fc s< : 

-John Edward, b 1 Oct 1957, w] beei 

adopted by Georc 
Phillip Monaghan. 

Merlin married-^ 2) Donna Le A . IE I , 
b 11 Nov 1939 in Kemmerer, Wyoming, d; _ 

of Ross and Hannah ( MC PHIE) A:;geii. 

-Robert Theron Smith, b 1 Nov I960, 

Berkeley, Calif. 
-Donald Leslie Smith, b 6 July 1962, 

St. Paui, Mi-.-. . 
-James Todd, b 28 July 1964, 

Westminster, Calif. 
-Charles Cameron Smith, b 12 Nov 196 5, 

Westminster, Calif. 
-Jason Kendall Smith, b 23 Sep 1970, 

Huntington Beach, Calif. 
-Treva Ann Smith, b 9 July 1972, 

Huntington Beach, Calif. 



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45) Milton Elwood Smith, son of Glenn and Edna 
(KENDALL) Smith, was b 15 May 1930 at Bountiful, 
Utah. He is a teacher, and has taught in many 
"western states. He enjoys working with young*." 
children. 

Milton married 5 June 1949 Betty Jean 
HARRIS, b 28 Sep 1929 at Gary, Indiana, daughter 
of Edgar and Myrtle (TIMM) Harris. They have: 

-Betty Louise Smith, b 1 Dec 195 1, Moscow, Idaho 
-Earl Lee Smith, b 17 Apr 1953, Walla Walla, 

Wash., d 18 Apr 1953 
-Milton Elwood Smith, Jr., b 19 May 1956, 

Douglas, Ariz. 
-Bonnie LaJean Smith, b 15 Aug 1962, 

Loma Linda, Calif. 



46) Duane Lamar Smith, b 11 Apr 1932 at Woods 
Cross, Davis, Utah, son of Glenn and Edna 
(KENDALL) Smith. Duane graduated from a 
barber college in San Bernardino in 1957, and 
has been a barber since. He also has the pro- 
verbial "green-thumb" and enjoys gardening 
very much. 

He married 25 Nov 1950 Ora Kay HUFF, b 
25 Nov 1932 at Windsor, Colorado, daughter of 
Floyd and Katharine (PARSONS) Huff. Four ch. : 

-Lawrence Scott Smith, b 15 May 1952, 

Loma Linda, Calif. 
-Shirley Loreen Smith, b 20 Aug 1954, 

Bourbon, Mo. 
-Richard Duane Smith, b 25 May 1956, 

Loma Linda, Calif. 
-Daniel Steven Smith, b 4 Dec 1958, 

Loma Linda, Calif, 



47) Edward Glenn Smith, b 12 June 1942 at 
Ogden, Weber, Utah, son of Glenn and Edna 
(ROBERTS) Smith, married 30 Nov 1962 Beverly 
Joyce WORDEN, b 11 Feb 1944 Morgan, Utah. 

Ed is an airborne infrared reconnaissance 



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technician at Hill Air Force Base, Ut 
graduated from American Technology , -. 

tronics, and attends Weber State College 
advanced electronics at present. He enjoys a. 
mechanics, and is a car racing enthu . He 

plays the clarinet, enjoys hunting and t 
and is creative in working with wood, me: 
leather, and fibre glass. 

Two children, born in Ogden, Weber, Utah 

-Paul Roberts Smith, b 29 Aug 1963 
-Aaron Edward Smith, b 26 Jan 1970 



48) Kenneth Leroy SLOAN, b 9 Nov 1929 at 
Climax, Sask. , Canada, eldest son of Alice (COLE) 
and Garnet Sloan. Kenneth is a logging contractor, 
heading crews of men to take logs from the timber 
area to the saw mills. He enjoys architecture and 
construction, also finance and investments. 

He married Lucille Maria BOTTLE, 15 Oct 
1949 in Revelstoke, B. C. , Canada. They have 8 
children: 

-Joseph Bernard Sloan, b 14 July 1948, Slave 

Lake, Alta. , Can., adopted 1955. He 

md Carolyn Albertha DEWART, b 1 

Apr 1951. One child: 

-Joseph Bernard, Jr. , b 5 July 1970 
-James Arthur Sloan, b 26 June 1950, 

Golden, B. C. , Can. 
-William Frederick Sloan, b 27 Oct 1951, 

Golden, B.C., Can. 
-Robert Kenneth Sloan, b 28 July 1953, 

Golden, B. C. , Can. 
-Allan Thomas Sloan, b 18 Jan 1955, 

Golden, B. C. , Can. 
-David John Sloan, b 28 June 1956, 

Golden, B.C., Can. 
-Roy Terence Sloan, b 11 Feb 1959, 

Golden, B. C. , Can. 
-Anne Margaret Sloan, b 14 Sep I960, 

Golden, B. C. , Can. 



0102101 



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49) Glen Garth Sloan, b 8 July 1931 at Nepiwan, 
Sask. , Can. He is the son of Alice (COLE) and 
Garnet Sloan. Glen works in the logging business 
as a "faller", cutting the huge trees down for the 
saw mill. He is fond of carpentry and woodwork- 
ing, gardening, hunting and fishing, and reading. 

He married Mabel Elizabeth BOTTLE in June 
of 1955. Mabel is the sister of Kenneth's wife, 
Lucille. They are the daughters of Bernard 
BOTTLE. 

Children of Glen and Mabel: 

-Bruce Dwayne Sloan, b 14 Feb 1956, 

Golden, B. C. , Can. 
-Brian Kelly Sloan, b 13 May 1959, 

Golden, B. C. , Can. 
-Dennis Bernard Sloan, b 27 May I960, 

Golden, B. C. , Can. 



50) Jean Merlin Sloan, daughter of Alice -^COLE) 
and Garnet Sloan, was born 14 May 1935 at Creston, 
B.C., Canada. She married Albert Earl fWARD, 
11 Feb 1954. He is the son of Earl and Edna 
(Mc KEE) Ward, b 9 July 1935 at Climax, Sask. 

About I960, Albert contracted polio and is 
confined to a wheelchair. He attended a special 
training school in 1969, and now keeps books and 
records for local businesses. 

Though Jean and Albert and family now live 
in town, they were farm-ranching on a small 
ranch in the timbered mountains outside of Creston 
until 1969. A more beautiful spot, and neater, 
well-organized place cannot be imagined. 

Jean enjoys woodworking and is a capable 
carpenter, having built an addition to their farm 
house and also a fair -sized storage building before 
they sold their farm. She also enjoys sewing, 
knitting, and oil painting. 

Although Albert's disability has been a 
challenge for their family, they have a special 
unity and the ability to laugh and enjoy life. 
Three children: 



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-Lawrence Albert Ward, b 10 Jan 1955, 
Creston, B. C. , Can. 

-Gale Maureen Ward, b 3 Oct 1957, 
Creston, B. C. , Can. 

-Karen Jean Ward, b 16 Oct 1959, 
Creston, B. C. , Can. 



51) Laura Joan Halliday, b 23 July 1935 at 
Shaunavon, Sask. , Canada. Joan married 7 Oct 
1957 E. John "Jack" DIMMOCK, son of Stanley 
Arthur and Audrey Sarah (STEARNS) Dimmock. 
They own a large farm and ranch in Carmichael, 
Sask. , where they primarily raise hay and cattle. 

Joan is the daughter of Arthur and Alberta 
(COLE) Halliday. Like her mother, Joan is a 
good horsewoman, and is secretary of a local 
horse association, and helps run an annual horse 
show. She also takes an active part in community 
and political affairs. She enjoys sewing and music, 
playing the piano and accordion. 

Children of Joan and Jack: 

-Donna Fay Dimmock, b 26 June 1959, 
Swift Current, Sask. , Can. 

-Neil Byrne Dimmock, b 7 May 1964, 
Swift Current, Sask. , Can. 

-Nancy Arlene Dimmock, b 21 Nov 1965, 
Swift Current, Sask. , Can. 



52) Grace Catherine Halliday, b 10 Oct 1936 at 
Shaunavon, Sask., Canada, the daughter of Arthur 
and Alberta (COLE) Halliday. Grace married 
Lome David GRAHAM, 6 May 19 5,5, son of 
Alexander M. & Muriel (HENRY) Graham. 
Lome was born 30 Nov 1932 at Tompkins, 
Sask. , Can. 

Grace enjoys oil painting, photography, 
sewing and handwork and cake decorating; and 
is capable in meeting the challenges of farm life. 
She can drive any vehicle on the farm, haul grain, 
hammer and nail, besides keeping a good house 



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and garden. 

Grace and Lome have: 

-Shirley Ann Graham, b 26 June 1956, 

Calgary, Alta. , Can. 
-Brenda Marie Graham, b 5 Oct 1958, 

Calgary, Alta. , Can. 
-Kenneth Arthur Graham, b 19 Feb 1963, 

Calgary, Alta. , Can. 
-Cameron David Graham, b 28 June 1969, 

Hanna, Alta. , Can. 



INDEX 

Each person in the book is included in the 
index. The number following each name refers 
to the number of the particular progenitor of 
closest relationship featured with a short history. 
For example, Jennalee Phipps -35 is the grand- 
daughter of #35) Marjorie Lorraine Smith (n 
Moss, Ingersoll) and will be found with Marjorie's 
family data. The letters OSC refer to the I 
tion of Otis Skinner Cole. 



ACOCKS, Lorena -36 

ADAMS, Rosamonde -29 

AHRNDT, Judy -5 

ANDERSON 

Dale Cecile -31 
lone -32 
Ruth -22 

ANGELI 

Donna Lee -44 
Ross William -44 

ARELLANO 
Barbara -43 
Georgette -44 
Rudolph -43,44 

BAER 

Bruce Daniel -40 
Douglas William -40 
Harry Daniel -40 
Harry Douglas -40 
Irene Clarissa -40 

BEAULEAU 

Bette June - 17 

BECKNER 

Daniel Robert -22 
David Eugene -22 
John Joseph Earl -22 
Jonathan Royce -22 
Joseph Earl -22 
Samuel Paul 

Kenneth -22 
Sue Anamarie -22 



BENGSTON 

Oscar Sulivon -10 

Verna June - 10 
BEVANS 

Virginia Alene -38 

William Foster -38 
BOCHEK 

Laurince -7 

Mabel Mary -7 
BOCK, Flora Louise -12 
BOTTLE, Bernard -49 

Lucille Maria -48 

Mabel Elizabeth -49 
BOWMAN 

Charles Albert - 16 

Charles Dwayne -16 

Florence Elizabeth -16 

Francis Harrison -16 

Gene Scott - 16 

Harrison - 16 

Jacqueline Ann -16 

John Walter -16 

Lee Corey - 16 

Raymond Francis -16 

Richard S. -29 

Roger Lee - 16 

Steven Harrison -16 
BOYD, Gary G. -27 

Gary Jay -27 
BRETON 

Bonnie Carolyn -10 



55 



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BRETON 

Brian Anthony -10 
(Mrs)"^ta^& -10 
Larrie Stuart -10 
Marilyn June -10 
Mark Owen -10 
Randahl Richard -10 
Richard Aldie -10 
Stephen Paul -10 
Theo -10 

BROWN 

Byron Wesley -15 
Fred Oscar -15 
Virginia Anna -15 

BUCKLEY 

Augusta Celia -10 

BUR DICK, Michael -16 

BURNS, Ben -17 

Bernard Morel -17 

BUTLER, Gerald H. -15 
Janet -15 

CAREL 

Robin Christine -36 
Terry Lee -36 

CARINO, Berto -36 
Jane -36 
(Mrs. ) Marie -36 

CARROZZA 

Helen Marie -39 

CARTER 

Annie Elizabeth -4 

CLARKE, Gwendolyn 
Alice Mary -27 
Hector -27 

CLINKENBEARD 
Darrell -16 

CODDING TON 

Guy Emmett -5 
Guy Emmett, Jr. -15 
James Michael -15 
Lillian Marie -5 
Patricia Ann -5 
Teresa Louise -5 

COLE 

Albert Edwin 3-9 
Albert Mervin 7-24 



COLE, Alberta 

Elizabeth 9-28 
Alexandra Elizabeth -29 
Alice May 7-23 
Alphaeus 

Philemon 4-1 1 
Alphonso Orlando 



Percy 3 



I 



Charles Junius '2 
Charles P. W. OSC 
Charles Peter 1-7 
Charles Timothy 

Cornelius 

Franklin -24 
Cora Belle -17 
Coriolanus Nelson 

Augustus Skinner -1 
David -24 
David Wallace -29 
Deborah -29 

Eleanor Lucia Joyce -24 
Elizabeth Markee -14 
Elmer Raymond -7 
Frederick 

Alexander OSC 
Frederick M. -1 
Frederick Orlando 

Percy OSC 
Gayle Karen -27 
Gregory Kenneth 

John Cameron -24 
Ida Greeley 1 -6 
Ida Maree 3-10 
Jefferson -17 
Jennifer Anne -14 
Kenneth Maurice 7-26 
Kurt Ashley -27 
Lome -27 
Louis Adolphoes 

Philiman OSC 
Lucius Sylvanus 4-12 
Lucius Winkler -12 
Margaret 

Madelaine -14 
Marlon Richard -25 
Marylou -27 



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COLE 

Octavian Charles OSC 
Orlando Timothy 12-29 
Otis Skinner 
Percy Julius 4-14 
Peter Lawrence 

Donald Gerhard -24 
Raymond Arthur 3-8 
Raymond Clark -27 
Richard Donald 7-25 
Robin Adair -27 
Rohamey Dreample 1-5 
Rosalia 

Elizabeth 12-30 
Rosalia Orillia -1 
Timothy Adams -29 
Timothy Mark -14 
Timothy Walter -14 
Vaedra La Rae -26 
Vanessa Louise -29 
Victoria Marie -14 
Walter Augustus 4-13 
Walter Oliver 

Octavian OSC 
Walter Silvanus 
Timotheus 4 
Walter William 8-27 
Wayne Walter -27 

COLTON, Arthur 

Edward William -10 
James Arthur -10 
Laurie Jean - 10 
Nancy June -10 
Patricia Maree -10 
Sharon Celia -10 
William Henry -10 

CONNELLY 

Carolyn Sue -41 
Daniel Lynn -4 1 
Michelle -41 
Paul William -41 
William Delver -41 

DALES, Mary -7 

DAVIS, Carrie -23 
Olive Thomas -26 

DEMPSEY 

Nettie June -17 



DEROCIIk 

Brian Keith - 16 
Charles -16 
Gwendolyn Sue - 16 
Kandy Lynn - 16 
Laura Lee - 16 
Richard Lynn -16 
Richard Lynn, Jr. -16 

DEWART, ( .n 

Albertha -■» 

DIMMOCK 

Donna Fay -51 
E. John -51 
Nancy Arlene -5 1 
Neil Byrne -51 
Stanley Arthur -51 

DI TORE 

Michael Ralph -39 
Michael Ralph II -39 
Michele Cherie -39 
Ralph Michael -39 

DONVAN, Terrie -16 

DOUGLAS, Eleanor -16 

DUKE, Francis - 
Ilene -27 

DUNN, Betty -10 
Harry -10 
Hilda Mary -10 

DYCK, Maria -24 

EAGAR, Mary -15 

EDISON, Luanne 

Margaret - 16 

ELDREDGE 

Hastings Judd -39 

EKSTROM, John -19 

EYBERG, Emmett -16 

FIX, Carolyn Ann -16 

FOX, Amelia Louisa 
(Gervais) -9 

FROST, Columbia 
Romania -6 

FRY, Vern -43 

GERVAIS 

Georgina Amelia -9 

GOODERIER, Mary -8 

GO R EH AM 

Geanne Ray - 17 



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GOREHAM 
Peter -17 
Peter Scott -17 
Ralph Edmond -17 
Ralph Edmond, Jr. -17 
Roxanne Linn -17 

GRAHAM, Alexander 
Melville -52 
Brenda Marie -52 
Cameron David -52 
Kenneth Arthur -52 
Lorne David -52 
Shirley Ann -52 

GREENZWEIGHT 
Charlene -36 
William -36 

GREER 

Kathleen Ann -16 
Samuel John -16 
William John -16 

GREGORY, Mary -43 

HALLIDAY, Arthur 
Lauranson -28 
Grace Catherine 28-52 
Laura Joan 28-51 
William R. -28 

HALVERSON 
Kenneth -17 

HANSHAW 

Andrew Lewis -16 
Andrew Lewis -16 
Andrew Louis -16 
Car la Kaye -16 
Colleen Rae -16 
Dorothy Emma -16 
Florence Fern -16 
Gertrude Kathryn -16 
Josephine Blanche -16 
Mary Ann -16 
Paul Yi -16 
Pearl Daisy - 16 
Ramona -16 
Rebecca Joe -16 
(Mrs. ) Susan -16 
Susan Rohamey -16 
Timothy Charles -16 
William Albert -16 



HANSHAW 

William Charles -16 
William Raymond -16 

HANSEN, Corey -10 
Garry -10 

HARRIS 

Betty Jean -45 
Edgar Oakley -45 

HATCH, Lavon -21 
Richard Ford -21 

HAYES, Margaret -25 

HENDERSHOT 
Clarissa - 1 

HENDRICKS, Brenda -15 
Emma Anna -15 
Frank August -15 
Frank August, Jr. -15 
Fred Otto -15 
Gladys Vera -15 
Ida Rose - 15 
John Oscar - 15 
Mary Selma -15 
Minnie Frances -15 
Patricia Joann -15 
Shirley Mae -15 

HENRY, Murial Lorene 
Pearl -52 

HERROD, Nellie -33 

HICKS 

Beatrice Lillian -17 
Betty Lou -17 
Charles Percy -5 
Charles Percy -17 
Daniel Bernard 5-17 
Eleanor Adelia -5 
Ethel Agnes -5 
Florence Adelia 5-16 
Florence May -5 
Henry Sherman -5 
Ida Orillia 5-15 
Lori Denise - 17 
Louis Daniel -17 
Louis Dayton -5 
Louis Dayton II -5 
Louise Rohamey -5 
Penny June - 17 
Sherry Anne - 17 



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HICKS 

Stanley James -17 

William Henry -17 
HIGGINS, Anita Rio -11 
HILDEBRAND 

Gerhard -24 

Nettie -24 
HILLS 

Kenneth Paul -10 
HINES, George -19 

Mayzella -19 
HOCANEP 

Shirley - 16 
HOLM 

Eric Kristian -30 

James Spencer -30 

John Spencer -30 

Rosalia Linnea -30 
HORN, Hazel Micki -17 
HUFF, Floyd Eugene -46 

Ora Kay -46 
HUMBARGER 

Helen -18 
INGERSOLL 

Adelbert Jerome -35 

Diane Lois -35 

Herbert Worth -35 

Wendy Jane -35 
JOHNSON, Annie* -35 

Margaret -38 
JONES, Margaret C. -15 
KENDALL 

Alonzo Burnham -20 

Edna -20 
KENNEDY 

(Mrs. ) Coleen -20 
KIMIBURGH 

Karen Johann -10 
KLOSKA, Nick -7 
LACY 

Clifton James -16 

David Lynn -16 

Robert -16 
LAIRD, Bessie -7 

James William -7 
LAN DR AIT IS 

Charles -30 



LELAN, Doris 

LETH, Lind -2 1 

Robert -21 

LEWIS 

Laurel Lee -27 
Peter Sheldon 
Wayne Grant -. 
Wilbert Henry -27 

LILLIARD 

Lucy Josephine -8 
William -8 

MAGNUS, Carol -29 

MARQUES 

Edward Robert -36 
Laura Ann -36 
Manuel Robert -36 
Tina Loreen -36 

MARSTON 

Rosealva Lucile -16 
Walter -16 

MAY COCK, Anna -10 

MAYS, Larry -33 

MC KEE, Edna -50 

MC PHIE, Hannah -44 

MIDDLETON 
Imogene -37 

MIKESELL, Peggy -20 

MILNE R 

Carolyn Anne -26 
Vere Colyer -26 

MITCHELL, Mr. -16 

MOORE 

Dorothy Ettoile -40 

MOSS, Calvin Dee -35 
David Calvin -35 
Hile Vernon -35 
John Henry -35 
Jordan Oram -35 
Mary Anne -35 

MUNOZ, Juliet M. - 15 

NAYBEE, Jennie -28 

NELSEN, Andrew -5 
Raymond -5 
Thea Joy -5 

NEWCOMB 

Charles Allen -5 
Charles Allen, Jr. -5 



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NEWCOMB 

Christina Alaine -5 
Christina LaShell -5 
David Ray -5 
Dorlisa -5 
Guy Emmet -5 
Guy Jeffery -5 
Robin Lee -5 
Roger Eugene -5 

NEWELL 

Katherine Currer -3 
R. -3 

NICKOLSON 

Glenda Margret -16 

NIELSON, Alice -19 

NOONE, Margaret -14 

OCKEY, Frieda -21 

ODOM, Coy V. -17 
Dennis Coy -17 
James Lee -17 
Peggy Joyce -17 

ORAM, Rosemary -35 

OVERMAN 

Donald Albert -15 
Donald Thomas -15 
Joseph B. - 15 
Joseph Blaine" -15 
Joseph Blaine, Jr. -15 
(Mrs. ) Mary - 15 
Mary Gennieve -15 

PALMER, Arlene -5 

Clifford Frederick -16 
Cory Jess - 16 
Dewayne Dean -16 
Endlia -10 
Kevin Michael -16 
Leicester W. -16 
Leicester William, 

Jr. -16 
Mary Ann - 16 
Timothy Edward -16 
Traci Lynn - 16 

PARKER, Ersom -5 

PARSONS 

Katharine Oleva -46 

PASSAILAIQUE 
Gratia -21 



PAUL 

Kathleen Louise -16 
Kevin Dewayne -16 
Nadine Lynn - 16 
Pamela Kaye -16 
Robert -16 
Robert Michael -16 

PAYNE 

Arnold Lee -16 
Michelle Lynn -16 
Tanya Sue -16 

PETERSON 

Ellen Charlotte -19 
Joy Amelia -10 
Wendy -5 

PHIPPS 

Daniel Aaron -35 
Deborah -35 
Jennalee -35 
Laura Michelle -35 
Steven Paul -35 
William -35 
William Everett -35 

PRANKE 

Cecil Edward -16 
Dorothy Elaine -16 
Edward -16 
Edward Herman -16 
Edward Milton -16 
Edwin Sherman -16 
Edwina Jeane -16 
Elesia Michelle -16 
Ethel Maye Rhonda -16 
Faleen Jeane -16 
Gertrude Agnes -16 
Gertrude Kathryn -16 
Gwendolyn Sue - 16 
Leroy Larry -16 
Mary-Jo Ann -16 
William Grover -16 

PRUDEN 

Harry Richard -16 
Larry Richard -16 

RAY, Florence -22 
George -42 
Wanda -42 

REYNOLDS, Lucy OSC 



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REYNOLDS, Robert OSC 

ROBERTS 

Edna Marie -20 
Jenny -5 

ROBINSON 

Allen Raymond -18 
Allen Raymond -33 
Aloma -31 

Benjamin Harvey -32 
Bruce Allen -31 
Christopher 

Malcolm -18 
Dale Malcolm 18-32 
Daniel Lynn -34 
Delbert Mark -32 
Dena Marie -33 
Diane Lynn -33 
Frances Louise -34 
Glenn Otto -31 
Kathryn Irene -34 
Lynell Sue -33 
Lynn Raymond 18-33 
Mary Lou -33 
Paul Eugene 18-31 
Paul Eugene, Jr. -31 
Rena May -31 
(Mrs.) Sally -31 
Stanley Lloyd -32 
Wendy Corinne -31 
Willis Lamar 18-34 
Willis Leonard -31 

ROSS, Bob -16 
Brenda Kay -16 

RUDDLE 

Carl Dwight -31 
Donald Duane -31 
Kim Sue -31 
Walter Dee -31 

RYERSON 

Catherine -36 

RYS, Raymond, -5 

SAUM 

Mildred Evelyn -27 

SCHEMMERHORN 

William DeForest -1 

SCHULTZ, Claire -39 

SCOTT, Suzanne -30 



SEARS, Mary James -20 

SELFA, Adrian -43 

SERWA, Arlene -10 

SEVEY, Margaret -16 

SIGVALDASON 

Brian Thomas -10 
Corey Jacob - 10 

SIMON, Nellie -7 

SIMS, Clara -19 
Edna Margaret 
Ekstrom - 19 
George -19 

SLOAN 

Allan Thomas -48 
Anne Margaret -48 
Bria» Kelly -49 
Bruce Dwayne -49 
David John -48 
Dennis Bernard -49 
Frederick William 

Hope -23 
Garnet Frederick -23 
Glen Garth 23-49 
James Arthur -48 
Jean Merlin 23-50 
Joseph Bernard -48 
Joseph Bernard, Jr. -48 
Kenneth Leroy 23-48 
Robert Kenneth -48 
Roy Terence -48 
William Frederick -48 

SMITH 

Aaron Edward -47 
Alexander Robert -37 
Betty Louise -45 
Bonnie LaJean -45 
Carol Lynn -10 
Carolyn Arlinda -42 
Charlene Ranae -43 
Charles Cameron -44 
Cheri Lynn -20 
Christy -36 
Cindy -36 
Clayton Robert -37 
Dale David -10 
Dale David -10 
Daniel Steven -46 



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SMITH 

David -10 

David Lawrence -38 
Debbie -10 

Derrell Kendall 20-43 
Diana -10 
(Mrs, ) Diana -10 
Don Albert -21 
Donald James -10 
Donald Lawrence 6-21 
Donald Leslie -44 
Duane Lamar 20-46 
Earl -16 
Earl Lee -45 
Edward Glenn 20-47 
Elden Burton 2 0-42 
Elden Lamar -42 
Elmer Ellsworth -6 
Elmer Ellsworth -20 
Ethel -42 
Evelyn 19-40 
(Mrs. ) Fay -10 
Garry Wane -10 
Garth Franklin -10 
Glen Gordon -10 
Glenn Or en 6-20 
Grant Auston -10 
Harry Auston -10 
James Todd -44 
Janet -38 
Jason Kendall -44 
John Edward -44 
Jonathan Robert -37 
Josephine Lorraine -16 
Judith Ann -10 
Julie Ann -36 
June Mary -10 
Kathryn Marie 6-18 
Kathy -21 

Kenneth Woodrow 6-22 
Laura Lee -36 
Laura Lee -36 
Lawrence 

Eugene 19-38 
Lawrence Eugene -36 
Lawrence Scott -46 



SMITH 

Lonnie Michael -20 
Lorraine 19-41 
Lynette -20 
Lynn Christine -10 
Maree Marion -10 
Mar got M. -10 
Marilyn Anita -42 
Marjorie Lorraine 

19-35 
Mariana Susan -3? 
Merlin Claire 20-44 
Michael Dunn -10 
Milton Elwood 20-45 
Milton Elwood, Jr. 

-45 
Murvin Joseph -10 
Oren -16 
Paul Roberts -47 
Paulette -38 
Percy Murvin -10 
Ralph Clayton 6-19 
Ralph Clayton, Jr. 

19-36 
Ralph Harland -42 
Richard Duane -46 
Robert Duane -42 
Robert Earle 10-37 
Robert Theron -44 
Robin -21 
Ross Joseph -10 
Ruth Geraldine -22 
Samuel Auston -10 
Sandy Jo -20 
Sharon Ann -36 
Sharon Kay -43 
Sheila Marie -21 
Shelly Kaye -21 
Shirley Jeanne 19-39 
Shirley Loreen -46 
Susan Marie -36 
Theresa Lynn -37 
Treva Ann, -44 

SOMERS, Debra Kay -16 

STEARNS 

Audrey Sarah -51 



63 

STUDER, Elvira -27 
STURTEVANT 

Adalaide Maria -35 
SVOBODA, Nancy -5 
TAPLEY 

Carlton James -16 

Carlton James, Jr. - 16 

Lisa Anne - 16 

Patricia Lynn -16 
T 1MB LIN 

Jeffrey Dale -16 

Kenneth Wayne -16 

Michael Vance -16 

Paulette Ann -16 

Rhonda Sue - 16 

Terry -16 

Terry Lee - 16 

Timothy Ray -16 
TIMM, Myrtle Ruth -45 
TOBAR, Anthony -39 

Paula -39 
TOMBLIN, Janice -16 
TOTTON 

Charles R. -10 

Doris -10 

(Mrs. ) Lena -10 
TURNER, Charles -15 
ULMER, Dennis -27 

Eva -27 

Oliver -27 
URBEN, Janett Ann -15 

Laverna Alvina -15 

Luvern Robert -15 

Mary Rose - 15 

Mary Selma -15 

Patricia Sue -15 

Robert Albert -15 
WAGNER, Florence 
Margaret -27 
WALTON 

(Mrs. ) Dorothy -10 

Gladys L. -10 

Sid -10 
WARD, Albert Earl -50 

Earl -50 

Gale Maureen -50 



WARD, Karen Jean -50 

Lawrence Albert -50 

Margaret - 1 1 
WAR FIELD 

Daniel Bernard - 17 
WARREN 

Karen Rae -15 

Raymond Everett - 

Raymond Lee -15 
WATKINS 

Tammra Linn - 17 
WATSON 

Mildred Loraine -35 
WEIS 

Charles Peter - 17 
WEISS, Madelaine - 14 
WELLS, Bernice -16 

Edward M. - 16 
WILGUS 

Donna Rae - 16 
WINKLER, Rosalia 
Brunhilde -1 1 
WOOD, Charle^ -15 
WOODS, Nona -5 
WORDEN 

Beverly Joyce -47 
WRAY, Patricia -16 
Ye KYONG Ae -16