Wood Kemble Donne Sands Hart Murray Trail

 


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William M. Eller and Lillie Murray

 




Husband William M. Eller



 


 
         Born: 6 Jun 1866 - Staggs Creek, Ashe Co., NC
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         Died: 21 Jan 1963 - Carlock Creek, Chillhowie, Smyth Co. VA
       Buried:  - Cleghorn Valley Baptist Church Cemetary, Smyth Co.



 
       Father: David Charles Eller (1842-After 1900)
       Mother: Marilda S. Cox (1846-After 1900)



 
     Marriage: 

 
 Other Spouse: America Murkey Taylor (1867-1932) - 22 Aug 1888 - North Carolina

Events

1. Occupation: Storekeeper.




Wife Lillie Murray



 


 
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General Notes: Husband - William M. Eller


I am advised that Staggs Creek, NC is now named Clinton.
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Alfred L. Elwyn and Mary Middleton Mease

 




Husband Alfred L. Elwyn



 
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Wife Mary Middleton Mease



 
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       Father: James Mease (      -      )
       Mother: Sarah Butler (      -      )





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Luther H. Hatfield and Ema Ely

 




Husband Luther H. Hatfield



 
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       Father: Elisha Hatfield (      -      )
       Mother: Elizabeth Miller (      -      )



 
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Wife Ema Ely



 
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Alanson Trask Enos 3d

 




Husband Alanson Trask Enos 3d



 
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1 F Alice Hayward Enos



 
         Born: Abt 1942
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       Spouse: John Welsh Stokes II (1932-      )
         Marr: Dec 1963




General Notes: Husband - Alanson Trask Enos 3d


of Greenwich Ct.
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John Welsh Stokes II and Alice Hayward Enos

 




Husband John Welsh Stokes II



 
         Born: 1932
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       Father: Walter Stokes (1885-1971)
       Mother: Frances Kemble Wister (1901-1992)



 
     Marriage: Dec 1963

Events

1. Education: Harvard College and Harvard Graduate School of Business Administration '58.

2. Occupation: Advertising Executive.




Wife Alice Hayward Enos



 
         Born: Abt 1942
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       Father: Alanson Trask Enos 3d (      -      )
       Mother: 



Events

1. Education: U. of Michigan '63.


Children



General Notes: Husband - John Welsh Stokes II


of Southport, Ct. Worked at Young & Rubicam in NYC.
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Gedney Davis Hart and Minnie Daisy Eoff

 




Husband Gedney Davis Hart



 
         Born: 24 Dec 1868 - Nebraska City, Otoe Co, NE
   Christened: 
         Died: 9 Aug 1956 - Miller Co. Texarkana, St. Michael's Hospital
       Buried: Aug 1956 - Camp Ground Cemetary, Winthrop, ARK



 
       Father: John Jay Hart (1841-1925)
       Mother: Alverda Virginia Kinnison (1844-1934)



 
     Marriage: 30 Sep 1897 - Fairfield, Benton Co, MO



Wife Minnie Daisy Eoff



 
         Born: 21 Nov 1879 - Wentzville, St. Charles Co, MO
   Christened: 
         Died: 1 Jun 1971 - Warsaw, Benton Co, MO
       Buried: Jun 1971 - Riverside Cemetary, Warsaw, Benton Co, MO



Children


1 M John Lowell Hart



 
         Born: 4 Jul 1898 - Warsaw, Benton Co, MO
   Christened: 
         Died: Aug 1981 - Spencer, IA
       Buried: 
 
       Spouse: Marie McKinstry (      -      )



2 F Edith Fay Hart



 
         Born: 22 Dec 1899 - Warsaw, Benton Co, MO
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         Died: 24 Mar 1999 - Warsaw, Benton Co, MO
       Buried: Mar 1999 - Riverside Cemetary, Warsaw, Benton Co, MO
 
       Spouse: Lloyd Parks Bresee (1898-1973)
         Marr: 16 Sep 1922 - Liberty, MO



3 F Anna Mabel Hart



 
         Born: 17 Jun 1901 - Warsaw, Benton Co, MO
   Christened: 
         Died: 2 Aug 1989 - Kansas City, Kansas
       Buried: 
 
       Spouse: Ervin E Malott (      -      )
         Marr: 20 Aug 1923



4 F Bernice Alverda Hart



 
         Born: 20 Sep 1903
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         Died: 7 Nov 2000
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       Spouse: John Major Laird Sr (      -      )



5 F Mary Fern Hart



 
         Born: 16 Nov 1907
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         Died: 26 May 2000 - Naples, FL
       Buried: 
 
       Spouse: William Brent Mathews (      -      )



6 F Stella Lee Hart



 
         Born: 17 Jun 1913
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         Died: 18 May 1925
       Buried: 
 



7 F Geraldine Gedney Hart



 
         Born: 24 Dec 1920
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         Died: 3 Jan 1986
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       Spouse: Joseph Hill (      -      )



8 F Ora Mildred Hart



 
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       Spouse: Lloyd Jarman Parsons (      -      )



9 M Eugene Frank Hart



 
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       Spouse: Mary Gretchen Bjornstad (      -      )




General Notes: Husband - Gedney Davis Hart


Gedney Davis Hart (John Jay Elijah Gedney Hart, John Hart, Monmouth, Joseph, Monmouth, Hannah Budd, John Budd (Jr.), John Budd (Sr.)) was born Nebraska City, Otoe Co. NE 24 Dec 1868. Gedney died 8 Aug 1956 Camp Ground Cem.Winthrop, AR, at 87 years of age. He married Minnie Daisy Eoff Fairfield, Benton Co. MO, 30 Sep 1897. Minnie was born St. Louis Co., MO 21 Nov 1879. Minnie was the daughter of John Turner Eoff and Anna Maria Thomas. Minnie died 1 Jun 1971 Riverside Cemetary, Warsaw, MO, at 91 years of age. According to her obituary Minnie was born in St. Louis Co. but other notes found at Edith Bresee's home showed St. Charles Co. There is an LDS ancestry chart showing Wentzville as birthplace which is St. Charles Co. MO. Minnie died in the Fairview Nursing Home in Sedalia, MO but was brought back to Warsaw for burial. She was raised in Fairfield, MO but moved to Warsaw after marrying Gedney. According to her obit "She loved nature in its fullest , enjoyed going fishing and being in the great outdoors. She was also a lover of good music and spent many hours playing the piano..even during her later years." Marriage data supported by certified copy of Benton Co. marriage license. Minnie was only 17 when married so her father John T.Eoff had to give his written assent to the marriage. Gedney was a Postmaster at Warsaw for several years. When he left Minnie Eoff in 1922-23 he moved to Winthrop, Ark. where his siblings and parents were. Gedney and Minnie were later divorced. According to his obituary (De Queen, Ark.) he was a resident of Little River County for a number of years. It also stated he died in a Texarkana hospital. Gedney was well read and loved books. Gedney is listed as age 2 in the Richardson Co. NE 1870 census pg 114. According to Edith Bresee, one of Gedney's daughters Gedney left Minnie and the younger children about 1923 and moved to AR. ------------------ According to the published Little River County, AR cemetery book, Campground Cemetery is "approximately 1 miles west of Winthrop". p. 55 John J. Hart 1841 - 1925 , Alvidra V. Hart 1844 - 1934 and Gidney D. Hart, 1868 - 1956. You can order copies of these folks death certificates from the Arkansas Hea lth Department in Little Rock, 501-661-2336. _____________________ certified copies of death certificates from Arkansas for Alverda and her son Gedney. Here is a recap (using spelling as the certificate has it): Gedney D. Hart, Place of death- Miller Co. Texarkana, St. Michael's Hospital. Usual Residence: Arkansas, Little River Co. Winthrop, Street Address-General Delivery. Date of death- August 9, 1956, age 87 y 7 m 15 d days. Married block says "Widowed". Father's name- John J. Hart. Mother's maiden name-Unk. Ever in Armed Forces- "No". SS # 431-32-8220 . Birthplace- Nebraska City, Nebraska. Died of congestive heart failure, senility, and urinary tract infection. Buried Camp Ground Cemetery , Winthrop, Arkansas. Funeral Director- Fred Wilkerson, DeQueen, Ark . Informant- Mon Hart, Lockesburg, Arkansas. 1) Gedney shows widowed yet his ex-wife Minnie was still alive. Possibly he remarried and was widowed or could be an error. 2) his death Aug 9 3) Alverda's mother's name given as Virginia Kinnison- her obit says mother's name was Mary. 4) Interesting that Gedney did not complete Alverda's father's name Davis, since this was Gedney's middle name. 5) Alverda's birthplace shows Wheeling, V A but obit has Wheeling, WV (She always showed VA in census records- may be that was considered VA when she was born.)


General Notes: Wife - Minnie Daisy Eoff


Gedney Davis Hart married Minnie Daisy Eoff Fairfield, Benton Co. MO, 30 Sep 1897. Minnie was born St. Louis Co., MO 21 Nov 1879. Minnie was the daughter of John Turner Eoff and Anna Maria Thomas. Minnie died 1 Jun 1971 Riverside Cemetary, Warsaw, MO, at 91 years of age. According to her obituary Minnie was born in St. Louis Co. but other notes found at Edith Bresee's home showed St. Charles Co. There is an LDS ancestry chart showing Wentzville as birthplace which is St. Charles Co. MO. Minnie died in the Fairview Nursing Home in Sedalia, MO but was brought back to Warsaw for burial. She was raised in Fairfield , MO but moved to Warsaw after marrying Gedney. According to her obit "She loved nature in its fullest, enjoyed going fishing and being in the great outdoors. She was also a lover of good music and spent many hours playing the piano..even during her later years." Marriage data supported by certified copy of Benton Co. marriage license. Minnie was only 17 when married so her father John T.Eoff had to give his wr itten consent to the marriage.


General Notes: Child - John Lowell Hart


John Lowell Hart was born Warsaw, Mo 4 July, 1898. John died Aug 1981 Spencer, IA, at 83 years of age. He married Marie McKinstry 3 Mar 1925. John took the civil service exam in his junior year, received an appointment and stayed out of school for a year delivering mail ( His father was Postmaster) . He then graduated from Warsaw H.S. the same year (1920) with sisters Edith and Anna. John signed a professional baseball contract as a player and playing manager for 9 years. He quit baseball 1928 to start the H & N Chevrolet business operating the dealership for 10 years in Spencer, IA (added Ford, Lincoln, Mercury franchise). His brother Frank joined him in the business. In 1949 he was able to get Babe Ruth (a baseball acquaintance) to come to Spencer, IA spending a week with them-Babe Ruth died eighteen weeks later. A Babe Ruth autographed baseball is now held (Oct 1999) by John David Laird grandson of John Laird and Bernice Hart (John Lowell Hart's sister). John Hart continued "playing" in baseball by organizing an all salaried team made up of college players. At the end of the season there was a John Hart Day and the Spencer citizens presented him with an oil painting of him and Babe Ruth. John had other business ventures including golf courses and residential/commercial developer . In retirement he enjoyed golf, hunting. attending ballgames, etc. spending part of their winter in the South and enjoying their English Setters, Rebel and Lefty.


General Notes: Child - Edith Fay Hart


Patricia Bresee Gilbert remembers; Edith worked in the post office right after her 1920 high school graduation. Her father Gedney Hart was the Postmaster. Edith delayed graduating a year or two because she stayed home and helped raise the younger children. She later taught in country schools including Fredonia and Elder Ridge near Sweet Springs, MO. July 1943 she assumed the duties of Cashier for United Telephone Co.and continued there until retirement January 1, 1965. Loyd and Edith were past Patron and Matron of Osage Valley Chapter 502 Order of Eastern Star (1950-51). Edith had auburn hair and some of her sisters were red headed as well.. She was a spunky, intelligent and a bit assertive woman who almost lived to be age 100. Edith loved to garden , play cards (especially Canasta) and to go fishing. My memories of " Grandma" include what a fantastic cook she was, especially baking-I was never able to master her delicious biscuits and fruit cobbler. She was always talkative and said what she thought. (Perhaps that was one reason that Grandpa was always so quiet.) When I last saw Grandma (in her younger 90's) she was still quite spunky and quite a sharp mind. I remember the sparkle in her eyes when we visited the Truman Dam where she delighted in seeing hundreds of Gar fish playing in the water. Edith liked keeping up with the family members and always had family pictures all over her dining and living room furniture.She could tell you all their names and what they had been doing. When she died 1999, her daughter Ruth Ann ( my Mom) found many handwritten notes of family names/dates and her scrapbook(s) which formed the basis of much of my Bresee, Hart and Eoff family tree documentation. Mom and I believe Grandma would be pleased that we both now are carrying on her love for documenting and remembering the "family" through our genealogy hobby.


General Notes: Child - Anna Mabel Hart


Anna Mabel Hart was born Warsaw, Benton Co. MO 17 Jun 1901. Anna died 2 Aug 1989 in Kansas City, KS, at 88 years of age. She married Ervin E. Malott 20 Aug 1923. After graduating from Warsaw H.S. in 1920 Anna taught school in Lincoln, Warrensburg and Henstonia MO. She also coached the girl's basketball team. After marrying, she and Ervin lived in Greater Kansas City. In 1940 they built a home in Johnson Co. KS and a summer place at Grand View Beach near Warsaw. They had no children of their own so they adopted a 5 week old baby Ervin Eugene Malott who was an owner-editor of a newspaper in CA as of 1970.


General Notes: Child - Bernice Alverda Hart


Bernice Alverda Hart was born 20 Sept 1903. She married John Major Laird (Sr) 17 Jun 1932. Patricia BreseeGilbert remembers Aunt Bernice had red hair (auburn or red hair must have run in the family). Uncle John owned the Warsaw Barber Shop. They loved to garden and their backyard was a floral masterpiece. I understand Bernice used to sell tomatoes off her back porch for 10 cents a pound. Cousin David Laird (their grandson) said her sales were especially good on Sundays after the services let out from the Catholic Church across from their house.


General Notes: Child - Mary Fern Hart


Mary Fern Hart was born 16 Nov 1907. Mary died 26 May 2000 Naples, FL , at 92 years of age. She married William Brent Matthews (Sr). William died Salem, IL. Per a Warsaw paper Mary Fern Matthews died in Naples, FL at Moorings Park, an extended care facility. Memorial Services were to be held later in Salem, IL where they had lived.


General Notes: Child - Stella Lee Hart


Stella Lee Hart was born 17 June 1913. Stella died 18 May 1925 at 11 years of age.
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Hugh Erwin and Lavina Van Huysen

 




Husband Hugh Erwin



 
         Born: 1785
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         Died: 1870 - New Salem, NY
       Buried: 
 
     Marriage: 10 Mar 1808 - New Salem, NY



Wife Lavina Van Huysen



 
         Born: 28 Aug 1785 - Bergen Cty, NJ
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         Died: 4 Jan 1887 - New Salem, NY
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       Father: Haramanus Van Huysen (1752-1833)
       Mother: 





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1 M James Erwin



 
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2 M Jacob Martin Erwin



 
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3 F Rachel Erwin



 
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4 M Isaac Bogert Erwin



 
         Born: 28 Jan 1818 - New Salem, NY
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         Died: 22 Aug 1902 - New Salem, NY
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5 F Margarate Erwin



 
         Born: Abt 1826
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6 F Lavinia Erwin



 
         Born: 29 Jul 1826 - New Salem, Albany Cty, NY
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         Died: 29 May 1916 - Brooklyn, NY
       Buried: 31 May 1916 - NY Bay Cemetary 1
 
       Spouse: Edward Hart Sands (1821-1874)
         Marr: 17 Jun 1852 2




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Edward Hart Sands and Lavinia Erwin

 




Husband Edward Hart Sands



 
         Born: 13 Jun 1821 - Manhattan, NY 3
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         Died: 18 Mar 1874 - Cedar Rapids, Iowa 4
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       Father: Hart Sands (1790-1847)
       Mother: Catherine Harrison (1801-1835)



 
     Marriage: 17 Jun 1852 2

 
 Other Spouse: Abigail Gifford Isham (1825-1855) - 16 Jul 1848 - Salisbury, Herkimer Co., NY

Events

1. Occupation: druggist and physician.




Wife Lavinia Erwin



 
         Born: 29 Jul 1826 - New Salem, Albany Cty, NY
   Christened: 
         Died: 29 May 1916 - Brooklyn, NY
       Buried: 31 May 1916 - NY Bay Cemetary 1



 
       Father: Hugh Erwin (1785-1870)
       Mother: Lavina Van Huysen (1785-1887)





Children


1 F Lavinia Catherine Sands



 
         Born: 18 Jul 1853
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         Died: 2 Jan 1932 - Bronx, NY 5
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       Spouse: Albert Lewis Sherwood (1852-Abt 1887)
         Marr: 29 Nov 1876 - Brooklyn, NY 6
 
       Spouse: Ellis P. Burke (Abt 1842-1910)
         Marr: 24 Apr 1889 - Brooklyn, NY 7



2 F Margarette Sands



 
         Born: 2 Jan 1855 3
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         Died: 14 Jan 1924 - Brooklyn, NY 8
       Buried: 17 Jan 1924 - Cypress Hills Cemetery
 
       Spouse: William Edgar Clayton (      -      )
         Marr: 9 Jul 1879 3



3 M Edward Van Huysen Sands



 
         Born: 9 Jan 1859 - Brooklyn, NY 3
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       Spouse: Catharine Hagirty (      -      )
         Marr: 21 Sep 1882 3



4 F Emma June Sands



 
         Born: 31 Mar 1861
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         Died: 31 Aug 1883
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5 F Mary Eizabeth Sands



 
         Born: 7 Jan 1864 - Brooklyn, NY 3
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       Spouse: Thomas Robinson (      -      )
         Marr: 21 Apr 1886 3



6 M William Van Alstyne Sands



 
         Born: 25 Dec 1866 - Brooklyn, NY
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7 F Anna Augusta Sands



 
         Born: 6 May 1870 - Brooklyn, NY 3
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         Died: 15 Sep 1934 - Brooklyn, New York 9
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       Spouse: Edward Walter Cooper (1866-1922)
         Marr: 22 Apr 1895 - Brooklyn, New York




General Notes: Husband - Edward Hart Sands


After his mother's death, his grandmother, Catharine (Van Alstyne) Harrison, apparently, took charge of Hart's children. After her husband died in 1838, she moved, with the children to Herkimer County, to be close to her daughter, Harriet (Harrison) Watson. According to the 1840 census she was there with three of Hart's five children, in German Flats, Herkimer Co., living almost right next to Uri C. Watson and his wife, Harriet (Harrison) Watson. This explains how Edward met and married his first wife, Abigail Isham, who was from Herkimer County. He was first listed as a druggist and physician in the 1845/46 Manahattan directory with office at 128 Ave. 3. A couple of years later he added the office at 71 James St. He lived at 38 Oak St. In 1851 he moved to 96 Madison Ave. By the late 1857 he was no longer in Manhattan. By 1864 he was a Surgeon living in Brooklyn. The 1868 Brooklyn directory lists his address as S. 6th n. 5th.


General Notes: Child - Lavinia Catherine Sands


In 1888 she was a widow living at 347 Cumberland St., Brooklyn, NY. In the 1930 census she is listed as a patient in the Bronx.


General Notes: Child - Margarette Sands


According to NY Times articles of 11/17 and 24/1906, Margaret hired attorneys to try to get her cousin, Valeria Sands, released from the Sanford Hill Asylum. A fight broke out in court between her and her sister "Mattie Robinson". According to the Washington Post on November 19 , 1910, Mrs. Mary E. Robertson, a cousin of Valeria's, brought a habeas corpus proceeding, for Valeria's release in Brooklyn Supreme Court . Thus, I conclude that the "Mattie Robinson" referred to by the Times is Margaret's sister, Mary. As a Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Robertson attended the wedding of their sister Anna Sands, according to the Brooklyn Eagle on April 28, 1895, I am assuming that Mary's husband was surnamed Robertson and not Robinson, as suggested by the Times.


General Notes: Child - Mary Eizabeth Sands


According to NY Times articles of 11/17 and24/1906, Margaret hired attorneys to try to get her cousin, Valeria Sands, released from the Sanford Hill Asylum. A fight broke out in court between her and her sister "Mattie Robinson". According to the Washington Post on November 19 , 1910, Mrs. Mary E. Robertson, a cousin of Valeria's, brought a habeas corpus proceeding, for Valeria's release in Brooklyn Supreme Court . Thus, I conclude that the "Mattie Robinson" referred to by the Times is Margaret's sister, Mary. As a Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Robertson attemded the wedding of their sister Anna Sands, according to the Brooklyn Eagle on April 28, 1895, I am assuming that Mary's husband was surnamed Robertson and not Robinson, as suggested by the Times.


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William Rotch Wister and Mary Rebecca Eustis

 




Husband William Rotch Wister



 
         Born: 27 Dec 1827 - Germantown, Pa
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         Died: 21 Aug 1911 - Saunderstown, Rhode Island
       Buried: 
 
     Marriage: 4 Mar 1868 - Newport, Rhode Island

Events

1. Education: U. of Pa. '1845.

2. Occupation: Attorney admitted Philadelphia bar 1849.




Wife Mary Rebecca Eustis



 
         Born: 5 Oct 1844 - Newport, Rhode Island
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         Died: 29 Feb 1944 - Philadelphia, Pa.
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1 M John C. Wister



 
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2 F Wister



 
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       Spouse: B. Jansen Haines (      -      )



3 F Mary Channing Wister



 
         Born: 30 Mar 1870 - Newport, Rhode Island
   Christened: 
         Died: 24 Aug 1913 - Saunderstown, Rhode Island
       Buried: 
 
       Spouse: Owen Wister (1860-1938)
         Marr: 2 Apr 1898



4 M William Wister



 
         Born: Nov 1871 - Newport, Rhode Island
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5 F Frances Anne Wister



 
         Born: 24 Nov 1874 - Newport, Rhode Island
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General Notes: Child - Mary Channing Wister


She was her spouse's second cousin. She was descended from abolitionist and unitarian preacher William Ellery Channing
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Charles Otha Pendleton and Annie Eunice Evans

 




Husband Charles Otha Pendleton



 
         Born: 22 Sep 1904 - Bedford County, VA
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         Died: 18 May 1981 - Roanoke County, VA
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Wife Annie Eunice Evans



 
         Born: 22 Mar 1909 - Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: 15 Jul 1982 - Salem City, VA
       Buried: 



 
       Father: Charles Ransome Evans (1876-1924)
       Mother: Alice Virginia Smith (1875-1960)





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Sources


1 Death Cert. # 11523, Kings Cty, 1916.

2 Hand written family tree prepared by Charles V. Sands 1888.

3 Hand written family tree prepared by Charles V. Sands 1880.

4 obituary, Brooklyn Eagle, May 25, 1874, pg 3.

5 Bronx Death Cert. # 88 for 1932.

6 Marriage Certificate #2160, Kings Cty, 1876.

7 Marriage Certificate #1354, Kings Cty, 1889.

8 Death Cert. # 1141, Kings Cty, 1924.

9 Brooklyn Death Certificate 1934 #18424.


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