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Alice Heartley
Born Abt. 1928

1940 Census (Election Precinet 24 West), Cowlitz, Washington

Alice Heartley in the 1940 United States Federal Census

Name:Alice Heartley
Temporarily Absent:Yes
Estimated birth year:abt 1928
Marital Status:Single
Relation to Head of House:Granddaughter
Home in 1940:West, Cowlitz, Washington
Map of Home in 1940:View Map
Inferred Residence in 1935:West, Cowlitz, Washington
Residence in 1935:Same Place
Resident on farm in 1935:Yes
Sheet Number:5B
Attended School or College:Yes
Highest Grade Completed:Elementary school, 5th grade
Neighbors:View others on page
Household Members:
Katie Cront62
Alice Heartley12


Goven Robbins in the Oregon, Marriage Indexes, 1906-1924, 1946-2008

Name:Goven Robbins
Marriage Date:14 Dec 1946
Spouse's Name:Alice Heartley

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Goven O'Dell Robbins
Oregon Death Index
NameGoven O'Dell Robbins
Event TypeDeath
Event Date10 Jan 1996
Event PlaceDouglas, Oregon
Birth Date08 Sep 1916
Spouse's NameAlice Robbins
Certificate Number96-00617 
Hartley, Alice Katherine (I00668)
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Mary Jane Jackson Selby & Levi Vannest Marriage 
Jackson, Mary Jane (I15339)

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Statesman Journal
Salem, Oregon
08 Jun 2002, Sat ? Page 1

Outlaw Escape article that mentions Paul Lillengreen

On Sunday, 100 years will have passed since Oregon's most notorious prison breakout. mv t , , if if 0 1 4- atr bJm ' - I Oregon State Library Denton Collection MANHUNT: Trackers and their bloodhounds are joined by residents on 1 2th Street in Salem the day after Harry Tracy and David Merrill escaped from the Oregon State Penitentiary in 1 902. Harry Tracy's suicide ended a 58-day manhunt Story by Capi Lynn Harry Tracy n the morning of June 9, 1902, guards at the Oregon State Penitentiary marched a group of prisoners to the foundry building. As they filed in among aisles of tools and materials used to make iron stoves, Harry Tracy and David Merrill grabbed 30-caliber Winchester rifles, which must have been smuggled in, and began firing. Tracy shot one guard in the back, and Merrill shot a fellow prisoner who tried to foil the escape. Once outside, the desperados used a ladder to scale the 15-foot perimeter wall, but not before Tracy shot two more guards. So began the greatest manhunt in Northwest history, lasting 58 days and crisscrossing Oregon and Washington. Sunday is the 100-year anniversary of the escape, which left three guards dead. The fellow prisoner had to have his leg amputated and later was pardoned for his heroism. Countless newspaper and magazine articles and books have been written over the years KarriedjCan read and urlte;Cath'jltc rauri.x? 3;r.ith Lr.J iiffany r.4.o: Capture! ani corrse retm'tira by of Crostor,, hii:;Un - buric-d In frisoa craeUry f'.r. .. 'Ty. SEE OUTLAW 2A Photo Illustration by Rebekah Monson J r Mugshot and identification cards for Harry Tracy are still on file at the j Oregon State Penitentiary. -

Page 2 of Outlaw Escape

Statesman Journal
Salem, Oregon
08 Jun 2002, Sat ? Page 2

SATURDAY, JJUMQPiiJIAIESMAJlJj 2A StatesmanJournaI.com 'Affable murderer' became famed outlaw CONTINUED FROM 1 A about the escape and subsequent manhunt Many of the exact details have been muddled over time, the legend no doubt embellished, "It's a fascinating story," said Bill Gulick, author of the book "Manhunt: The Pursuit of Harry Tracy," published in 1999. For Gulick, Tracy's tale started as a single chapter in a book he was writing about outlaws of the Pacific Northwest But the author shelved that project to focus on a man whose real name was Harry Severn. "The more I got into it, the more I found was there," Gulick said. ' Tracy led lawmen, bloodhounds, National Guardsmen, posses and newspaper reporters on the chase. He outgunned and outsmarted them, always staying one step ahead. He often took the unexpected route, stopping at farm homes along the way for food, a change of clothing and a fresh horse. He never harmed his hosts and was particularly kind to the ladies, which explains why he often was referred to ' as an affable murderer. - Headlines were smeared across the front pages of newspapers everywhere, many ridiculing those who failed to capture the man who twice before had . escaped prisons in other states. One headline read "Tracy defeats dogs with cayenne pepper." The story went on to detail his method of throwing the bloodhounds off his trail. Rewards in excess of $5,000 were offered for the capture and return of Tracy, dead or alive. The money which would be the equivalent of nearly $100,000 today enticed amateur bounty hunters to join the search. Reporters covering the , chase often carried guns, and some had quick triggers. At least one sheriff complained that both were interfering with the manhunt Residents of Oregon and Washington had a big appetite for news about Tracy. Crowds gathered in front of newspaper offices to read updated bulletins. "It was like the O.J. Simpson case," Gulick said. "Everybody had to have theirfix." Those who had run-ins with Tracy became celebrities when interviewed afterward. Tracy reportedly enjoyed the spotlight, always asking for copies of recent newspapers when he stopped to rest. -i Though described as witty and charming by some hostages, Tracy remained a coldblooded killer. In addition to killing the three guards at the state penitentiary, he gunned down three lawmen in the Seattle area, and bragged of shooting and killing Merrill, his partner in crime, in a duel some three weeks after their escape. The manhunt for Tracy ended in Eastern Washington, on a farm about 50 miles west of Spokane. A posse of five -men cornered him in a grain field, at least one of their bullets hitting him in the leg. He might have bled to death if he hadn't shot himself above the right eye with a revolver. Paul Lillengreen, who lives in Edwall, Wash., has a rifle that might have fired the shot that hit Tracy in the leg. It belonged to his great uncle, Frank Lillengreen, a member of the posse. "I can't claim for sure my uncle's rifle did it," Paul Lillengreen said, "but it could just as well have been his as any of the others." He said the gun is in working condition and that he last fired it about four years ago. "I don't really advertise it, but if I Cryvi.-. s v v ,',niiMittrj pTjp " 4 w 'it 1 I (0 h V - , i" ! , ' " f s , i !!, , ; i i i -1 Uiii n ...tillll lll H I ! 'i.M 1,1. - --I'iUiiiiri.!!.:-: : -' 'i H ' I. t ! I 1 t S ' ..IIHDMIII W I ""i ;'l!iT." : ! i - Iff',- ' ' 1 K, ; .;i;ui, I. V- .. : ; ;- fi 4 ,"i.;.1rr- ; -w;: ' - .... r. j z-i ? ' . . L ' - .',. . -K r- Hmil t , Oregon Historical Society, negative 931 -E HAULED BACK: The body of outlaw Harry Tracy is carted back to the Oregon State Penitentiary on Aug. 9, 1902, two months after he escaped from the prison. He was buried next to his partner in crime, David Merrill. The two had been serving time for assault and robbery at the time of their escape. Tracy was sentenced to 20 years, and Merrill to 1 3 years. Both had served three years of their terms. N Tits end of the road Tracy, who escaped the Oregon State Penitentiary, was on the road for 58 days, and was killed 10 miles west of Davenport, Wash. V I Davenport Spokane V " Jt. I Seattle j Portland Salem ' ! KAY WORTHINGTON Statesman Journal someone asks about it, I'll show them," he said. Lillengreen declined to say where he keeps the gun or whether it's on display in his home. "That's classified information," he said with a chuckle. He's toying with the idea of loaning it to the Lincoln County Historical Society in Davenport, Wash., about 10 miles east of where Tracy was killed. The museum already exhibits photographs, newspaper clippings and a frying pan that belonged to Tracy. The so-called "death mask," a molding of Tracy's face done at the mortuary that handled his body, had been the centerpiece of the exhibit but is now on loan to a museum in Spokane. Before Tracy's body could be returned to the state penitentiary and identified by prison officials, the mortuary reportedly put it on display for a time to help cover costs, charging a nickel a head. Souvenir hunters pulled BIG NEWS: The San Francisco Chronicle ran a story on its front page on June 10, 1902, about the jail break of Harry Tracy and David Merrill from the Oregon State Penitentiary. KOBBI R. BLAIR Statesman Journal 'm mnm. Dimmit BtSftRATE OfflON CONVICTS ' LlOMif , imsi ' Kwossr MwsraoN Ull CURDS tM) ESCtfC M ' 1" TOWiL,'Z3 .,..: '- .--..-.!. ; .tt.": mi: ' -; P off pieces of Tracy's clothing, even patches of hair. The body was under careful guard on the train trip to Salem. After being positively identified as Tracy, he was buried in the prison cemetery next to Merrill, whose body had been discovered some weeks before. . According to newspaper accounts, Tracy's body was covered with quick lime and muriatic, or hydrochloric, acid before it was buried to discourage anyone from stealing and publicly exhibiting it. Today, no one knows the exact location of the cemetery, although many mark the spot just beyond the current wall in the northeast corner of the prison. When the wall was built in that area in about 1949, some human remains reportedly were discovered but not identified. Prison officials claim no bones were found during the construction of two A buildings in that corner, the last completed in 1991. Although the whereabouts of his grave are unknown, Tracy's legacy lives on. Long after his escape, correctional officers at the state penitentiary were briefed on the details to ensure that it would never happen again. Carl Beals, who started working at the prison in 1956, remembers learning about the escape during training sessions. "They talked about how it occurred and what was learned," said the Salem man, who retired in 1981. "Remember, Tracy and Merrill had outside help. "The first question I had is, 'Why didn't they pursue who brought the stuff in?'" . How the guns got inside the prison foundry remains a mystery. The reason simply may have been that prison and state officials were embarrassed about the escape and lengthy manhunt, and wanted the ordeal to be over. Everett and Karen Cole have a con-' stant reminder of Tracy's legacy on their 17,000-acre ranch in Eastern Washington. Tracy Rock, an outcropping of basalt rock, is the place where the outlaw took cover under fire from the posse before he shot himself. The natural monument is about seven miles off the main highway, and not open to the public. "We can't have a tourist attraction out there," Karen Cole said. The Coles are willing to share their --ji 1 -"Town I iuuy wus siwMiosu on "T" ' io Mont rictus - , . Mint sun J.-wC nrrfftt t k KOBBI R. BLAIR Statesman Journal FAME: Newspapers followed the story of Harry Tracy's escape from Oregon State Penitentiary and the 58-day manhunt. little slice of outlaw history, however, and all it takes is a phone call. If you're in their heck of the woods and are interested in seeing Tracy Rock, call (509) 725-1866. Salem has been the site of other famous prison breakouts. Bert "Oregon" Jones led an escape of three inmates in 1925 from the state penitentiary, which left Jones and two guards dead. Diane Downs scaled the fence of the Oregon Women's Correctional Center in 1987 and hid out in Salem for 10 days. And there were many more. But none has had the staying power of Harry Tracy and David Merrill. "Since I wrote the book," Gulick said, "I've run into all kinds of people who say their grandfather or great uncle told stories about Harry Tracy." Statesman Journal news librarian John Marikos contributed to this report. Capi Lynn can be reached at (503) 399-6710 or clynn StatesmanJoumal.com On the shelf Several books have been written about Harry Tracy, including the following available at Salem Public Library: (right) "Manhunt: The Pursuit of Harry Tracy," by Bill Gulick, Caxton Press, 1999. "Harry Tracy: The Last Desperado," by Jim Dullenty, KendallHunt Publishing Co., 1989. "Summer of the Hunters, The Last Great Manhunt of the Old West," by John Dashney, Storm Peak Press, 1999. ' 1 W illi i n i ijTRACY'S TRAIL OF BLOODS: jOreRon Convict Kills Two; SQffieen Near SmiAe. :f HEB MEN IN POSSE.nNE BADLYLj plyf?:.'wtrn Hot Bantam 4 O i Ji Hu IIU Fliitt. moib in ill urn tanu '. 
Lillengreen, Paul A. (I16174)
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Franklin Allen
New York State Census, 1892

NameFranklin Allen
Event TypeCensus
Event Date1892
Event Place, Oswego, 04, 02, Oswego, New York
Birth Year (Estimated)1837

With Augusta H Allen


Franklyn Allen in the 1900 United States Federal Census

Name:Franklyn Allen
Birth Date:Apr 1837
[Canada English]
Home in 1900:Batavia, Genesee, New York
Immigration Year:1863
Relation to Head of House:Head
Marital Status:Married
Spouse's Name:Augusta H Allen
Marriage Year:1881
Years Married:19
Father's Birthplace:Vermont
Mother's Birthplace:Canada, England
Occupation:View on Image
Neighbors:View others on page
Household Members:
Franklyn Allen63
Augusta H Allen53 
Family: Franklin Allen / Augusta Henrietta ?? (F5589)

Frans Johan Ossian Johansson
BIRTH 30-01-1867 ? Fryele, J?nk?ping, Sverige

DEATH 19-12-1938 ? Anderstorp, J?nk?ping, Sverige

Spouse and children
Magdalena Johannisdotter

Viktor Henrik Teodor Johansson

Axel Gustaf Bertil Johansson

Harry Georg Natanael Johansson

Ester Lilly Karolina Johansson

Anni Ingrid Viola Johansson



Frans Johan Oskar Johansson
Sweden, Indexed Marriage Records, 1860-1947
Frans Johan Oskar Johansson
Man (Male)
Birth Date
30 Jan 1867
Marriage Date
26 Dec
Marriage Place
J?nk?pings Kristina, J?nk?ping, Sverige (Sweden)
Johansson, Frans Johan Ossian (I05381)

From The Wicklow People dated Saturday, December 16, 1933
Wicklow County Librarian Ciara O'Brien

HARTE - December 13, 1933, at her residence 1 Hozier's Cottages, Newfoundland Street, Dublin. Mary, dearly-beloved wife of Patrick Harte; and daughter of the late William and Mary Manley, of Ballinabarney, Rathnew, Wicklow; deeply and deservedly regreted by her loving husband, sons and daughter. R.I.P. Funeral took place from St. Lawrence O'Toole's Church, Seville Place, Dublin to Glenealy, County Wicklow on Friday. (p71-12) 
Manley, Mary Anne "Ciss" (I00109)

Fulton Post Card website

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Pvt. Gerald Cronk. Watertown.
N. Y., administered first ,aid to
the wounded men, and McKenney turned over his platoon command to S/Sgt. Robert S. Lentz,
Lincoln, Neb. Pvt. Billy Isaacs,
Hillsboro, 111., worked his way
farthest up the hill under the barrage to a point only 10 feet from
a small building. Next morning,
the men found an abandoned
"screaming mimi" gun close, by
the building.
Lentz went forward to l

60%Newspaper Adams NY Jefferson County Journal 1927 - 0193.PDF
...this writing are H. J. Colwell and children, Vernice Blood, Gerald Cronk and little sister, Emma Cronk. ?Mrs. Louise Matteson was ...
Cronk, Gerald Mahlon (I02505)

Georg Wilhelm Heinrich Patzenhauer

Georg Patzenhauer
in the Germany, Prussia, Brandenburg and Posen, Select Church Book Duplicates, 1794-1874

Name:Georg Patzenhauer


Child:August Ferdinand Patzenhauer


Georg Patzenhauer
in the Germany, Prussia, Brandenburg and Posen, Select Church Book Duplicates, 1794-1874

Name:Georg Patzenhauer
Spouse:Sophie Erdmann
Child:August Ferdinand Patzenhauer 
Patzenhauer, Georg (I13958)

Helena Brandt
BIRTH ABT. 1697 ? Tarrytown, Westchester, New York, USA
DEATH Unknown 
Brent, Helena (I08009)

Jacobus Hercksen Cronckheyt
BIRTH 1693 ? Sleepy Hollow, Westchester, New York, USA
DEATH 15 DEC 1713 ? Tarrytown, Westchester, New York, USA

(Jacobus's Father ???)
Theunis Hereyen Cronckheyt
BIRTH 04 JUL 1655 ? Bowers Bay, Hellgate, New York, United States
DEATH 1709 ? Tarrytown, Westchester, New York, USA

(Jacobus's Mother ???)
Sophia Wiltsee
BIRTH 11 DEC 1660 ? Kingston, Ulster, New York, USA
DEATH 04 DEC 1725 ? Tarrytown, Westchester, New York, USA 
Cronkheit, Jacob (I07876)

Karin Cecilia Westerlund
in the Sweden, Indexed Birth Records, 1859-1947

Name:Karin Cecilia
aka[Karin Cecilia Westerlund]
aka[Karin Cecilia Ernsdotter]
Birth Date:22 nov 1903
Birth Place:Norrk?pings Matteus, ?sterg?tland, Sverige (Sweden)
Father:Ernst Gustaf Westerlund
Mother:Malvina Andersson
Father Birth Date:7 apr 1879
Mother Birth Date:19 apr 1882
Page Number:0/0

Karin Cecilia
in the Sweden, Indexed Marriage Records, 1860-1947

Name:Karin Cecilia
Maiden Name:Westerlund
Gender:Kvinna (Female)
Birth Date:22 nov 1903
Marriage Date:16 dec 1932
Marriage Place:Br?nnkyrka, Stockholm, Sverige (Sweden)
Spouse:Henning Ingvar Andersson 
Westerlund, Karin Cecilia (I06025)
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Oskar Albert Lindahl
in the Sweden, Emigrants Registered in Church Books, 1783-1991

Name:Oskar Albert Lindahl
Gender:Man (Male)
Birth Date:16 sep 1885
Birth Place:Adel?v, J?nk?ping
Departure Date:10 mar 1905
Departure Place:Lommaryd, J?nk?ping
Arrival Place:Cannon Falls, Nordamerika
Occupation or Relation:Hemmason
Marital status:Unmarried (Single)
Notes:Travels alone
Original Page:345 
Lindahl, Oskar Albert Gustafson (I06133)


Mrs. Robert C. Hilliard, formerly Miss Donna M. Kyes of Seattle, died in San Diego, Cal., last Thursday. She leaves a husband; a mother, Mrs. Mattie Kyes of Seattle; two sisters, Mrs. Allan L. Parker and Miss Caroline M. Kyes, and a brother, Kenneth Kyes.
The Seattle Daily Times - September 8, 1917

Donna died of tuberculosis of the lungs. 
Kyes, Donna Muriel (I15116)

Spouse & Children
Alexander Findlay

Jane Findlay

John Findlay

James Findlay

Jessie M Findlay

Alexander Findlay

William Findlay

Agness Findlay
Family: Alexander Findlay / Jane Bryson Morrison (F5503)
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Died Wednesday, January 18, 1905 the three year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Coffeen.


Card of Thanks

Through the columns of the Monitor we desire to express our sincere thanks for the kindness shown us by friends and neighbors during our late bereavement.

Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Coffeen 
Coffeen, Clara A. (I12782)
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?? From Darlington, Ontario

The Times Herald
Port Huron, Michigan
04 Jan 1940, Thu ? Page 9

Peck Man, 90, Dies In Detroit, 2 Days After Anniversary


Peck, Jan. 4 William Henry Vannest, son of the first settler of Elk township and a prominent resident of this area most of his life who passed his ninetieth milestone New Year's day, died Wednesday afternoon in a Detroit hospital where he had been confined the last six weeks. Mr. Vannest had been almost totally blind the last six years. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday in the Church of God, with Rev. John M. Fitzgerrel, pastor, officiating. Burial will be in Elk township cemetery. The remains are in the A. E. Fox funeral home here.

Mr. Vannest is survived by his widow, Mrs. Margaret Ellen Vannest; a son, Lloyd Vannest, Detroit; several , stepdaughters, nine grandchildren and 14 great grandchildren. Mr. Vannest was born Jan. 1, 1850 in Lexington, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Vannest. He moved to this area at an early age end for many years operated an 80-acre farm at the edge of this village. Mr. Vannest sold his farm a few years ago and had lived in his home here since. He was removed to the hospital in November. Familiar with Peck's early history, Mr. Vannest saw during hl3 boyhood the erection of the village's first hotel, business establishments and school. He was a Republican all his life and at the time of the last presidential election, when he was 86, wore a Landon cam-pai f button. Although blind since 1933, Mr. Vannest was able to walk around the yard until a few months ago. His left arm was crippled as the result of a fall.


The Times Herald
Port Huron, Michigan
24 Aug 1928, Fri ? Page 14


Meet In Lexington With Pioneer Child As Honored Guest BY Walter D. Hoist, Staff Correspondent

Peck, Aug. 24 Historical facta of the early days of Sanilac county remain vivid in the memory of descendants of Nathaniel VanNest, first white settler of Elk township, of which William Henry VanNest, 78, residing here is, the oldest surviving member. Facts were recently recalled at a family reunion held at Lexington. "William Henry VanNest of this village was named president of the group for 1929. Mrs. Charlotte McGlinch of Bay City is the retiring president. Other officers named are: Vice president, Lloyd VanNest, Marine City, socretnry and treasurer, Mrs. Joseph Mc-Bride, Sandusky. The 1929 reunion will be held at Peck in August, 1929. In addition to being honored as ill " ft $ A i m isf : ride on Tires than other kind LOOK THE FOR BIG GOODYEAR SIGN f 9 a V V V V V V 3 9 5 a I AVIIXIAM IIEXRY VAN" EST president of the family group. William Henry VanNest was honored as the oldest member of the family In attendance. Made First Elk Roads Nathaniel- VanXest, father of William Henry, was said to be the first white settler in Klk township. He settled near Lexington with his family In 1844, and in 1853 came through the swamp to Elk. The elder VanNest is said to have laid out the first roads in Elk township in 1858, assisted by his sons, of : which William Henry was one. Only four children still survive out of 11. They include: William Henry VanNest of Peck; Charles VanNest of Saskatchewan; Mrs. Zelia Gray of Algonac; Mrs. Clara VanDusen of Detroit, pioneer children of Elk. i Mrs. Gray, who Is 73, claims to ; be the first white child born in Elk township. j Discussion of early days recalled the history of the township. The township is said to have received its name from Elk creek, also the fact that elk were more plentiful than deer in that section. j Son First Mall Carrier-Two versions of how the village of Peck received its name were given. One which Is believed au thentic Is that it was in honor of William Henry Peck who built the Grand Trunk railroad from Port Huron to Lapeer, at that time a prominent figure in state and national affairs. Another memory of the old pioneers Is that eome old-timer one day jokingly remarked that the village was not big enough to be called a half -bushel, thus the name of Peck. Charles VanNest, of Aneroid, Sask., who travelled more than 2,000 miles to be present at the family reunion, stated that he was the first mail carrier from Lexington to Peck. This was in the early 60's. At one time Nathaniel VanNest owned more than 1,000 acres of land in Elk. He originally settled in section 28. Out-of-Town Guests A fund is to be created this year by the family to memorialize the graves of Nathaniel and Matilda VanNest, his wife, in Elk cemetery. Among the guests present from out-of-town were: Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Devitt. Royal Oak; Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd VanNest, Marine City: Glen VanDusen and family, Al pena; Mr. and Mrs. J. Donaldson, Port Huron; A. VanNest and family, Duane Smith and family, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Speakerman, Mr. and Mrs. A. Ladon, all of Saginaw; Mr. and Mrs. George McGlinch, Bay City; Miss Reah McGlinch, Ann Arbor; Mrs. Samuel VanNest and Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Harding of Yale: Mr. and Mrs. J. B. McBride, Sandusky; Mr. and Mrs. Frank VanNest, Brown City; Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Locke, Mrs. John VanNest, Mrs. Edna McClarey, Detroit; Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Laid law, Melvin; Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Johnson, Chicago.

Vannest, William Henry (I16257)

?? Married to Walter McIntosh ???

Nellie W Ritchie
BillionGraves Index

Nellie W Ritchie
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Midland, Simcoe, Ontario, Canada
Lakeview Cemetery
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Lakeview Cemetery- Midland
1092-1126 Hugel Ave
Midland, Simcoe, Ontario
Ritchie, Nellie Willemina (I06894)
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?? Sarah (Breen) Murphy connections ??? 
Murphy, Jermiah (I15862)
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??? Patricia Dionne Estep St Clair Shores, age 79, female

Quick Facts
June 1, 1943 is the birth date of Patricia. Her age is 79. Patricia lives at 21809 Frazho Str, St Clair Shores, MI 48081-2857. We assume that Stephason Wayne Estep and Estep Stephason were among three dwellers or residents ever lived at this place. Rent value for a two bedroom unit in the zip code 48081 is estimated at $1,140 a month. The popularity rank for the name Patricia was 1023 in the US in 2020, the Social Security Administration's data shows 
Cronk, Patricia (I02386)
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Adelia Allen in the 1861 Census of Canada

Name:Adelia Allen
Birth Year:1856
Birthplace:Upper Canada
Marital Status:Single
Home in 1861:Leeds, Canada West
Religion:Free Church
Film Number:C-1045
Page Number:21
Household Members:
Franklin Allen24
Theresa J. Allen25
Adelia Allen5 
Allen, Adelia (I04663)
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Angy Nettie Billington
in the Michigan, U.S., Marriage Records, 1867-1952

Name:Angy Nettie Billington
Birth Year:abt 1864
Birth Place:Canada
Marriage Date:16 May 1887
Marriage Place:Marion, Sanilac, Michigan, USA
Residence Place:Marion
Spouse:Almon Thomton
Record Number:82 
Billington, Angentty or Angy Nettie (I12378)

Anna Jones
9365 Benedict Drive
Las Vegas, NV 89161

email: annaj703@hotmail.com

? Liljengren connections ?? 
Jones, Anna (I16229)

Anna Kristina Andersdotter
in the Sweden, Indexed Death Records, 1840-1947

Name:Anna Kristina Andersdotter
Gender:Kvinna (Female)
Birth Date:14 jan 1874
Death Date:6 jun 1903
Death Place:Lomaryds, J?nk?ping, Sverige (Sweden)
Spouse:Karl Emanuel Ekdahl
GID Number:1110.47.1800
Roll Number:CK4327 
Andersdotter, Anna Kristina (I06175)

Anna Sofia Krans
in the Sweden, Selected Indexed Household Clerical Surveys, 1880-1893

Name:Anna Sofia Krans
Gender:Kvinna (Female)
Relationship or Occupation:Hustru
Birth Date:4 maj 1860 (4 May 1860)
Birth Place:Marb?ck, Sverige (Sweden)
Year Range:1886 - 1891
Residence :V?stra Ryd, ?sterg?tland, Sverige (Sweden)
Village, Farm, or Croft:Pamphemmet
GID Number:218.30.500

Household Members:
Johan Alfr Lindell LifgrHead
Anna Sofia KransHustru (Wife)
Oskar Ferdinand LifgrSon
Anna Viktoria LifgrDotter (Daughter)
Augusta Olivia LifgrDotter (Daughter)
Hulda Josefina LifgrDotter (Daughter)
Signe Matilda LifgrDotter (Daughter) 
Krans, Anna Sophia Johansdotter (I06389)

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