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Saturday, December 27, 2008

New Photo!

There weren't many pictures taken of my grandfather,Alfred Tennyson Vaughn in childhood. Now,thanks to the generosity of Barbara Ambler Walker and Dottie Ambler DeRosa, they have forwarded me a precious picture of him in Entiat. It was taken in 1926. Grandpa would have been 12 years old.

Thursday, August 21, 2008

Welcome to My site!



Hello there family and extended family!

I have grown up around family and have always known of my rich family history.  I have been told stories upon stories that were passed down from Generation to Generation.  I have tried to keep up with Family Tree Maker and our heritage.  It was when I started doing a genealogy scrapbook for my parents, that launched me deep into the ancestral roots of my family.  I have encountered joys, smiles, disappointments, many "Pandora's boxes" and deep dark secrets.  Here's to opening the world of my family, their lives & their history!

I am establishing this site for my friends and family! Please do NOT copy my pictures and information and put them on your website and post them online without my permission. I have spent countless hours on scanning, typing, cropping and gathering info. My personal email is bulldogsnoble5@gmail.com and welcome any and all corrections, suggestions, comments and questions. If you want copies of these photos and they are part of your family, just ask through an email.  I will be more than happy to send them to you!  I will be posting both sides of my family. If you have ANY questions, just let me know. I do and will privatize all my family members that are still alive. Unless they have passed on, (your) their information will remain private.

God Bless!

Make sure you leave a comment and let me know you were here!


Beth Noble

Tuesday, August 19, 2008

Family connections


If you found my site by web surfing and am wondering where I fit in to the Vaughn's, here is how I am connected:

I am Elizabeth Culberson Noble. My mother is Roberta L.(Vaughn) Culberson, who is the daughter of Alfred Tennyson Vaughn, the granddaughter of Joseph George Vaughn, great-granddaughter to Joseph Thomas Vaughn, great-great-granddaughter to Cornelius Vaughn Jr., Cornelius Vaughn Jr was the son of Cornelius Vaughn Sr. Cornelius Vaughn Sr., was the son of James Cornelius Vaughan/Vaughn and James Cornelius is believed to be one of three immigrant sons to Lord Robert and Lady Vaughan of Isle of Wight, England. When you look around my site you will find the story behind that.

If you found my site by web surfing and am wondering where I fit in to the Herzog's/Mishcke's, here is how I am connected:

I am Elizabeth Eileen (Culberson) Noble. My mother is Roberta L. (Vaughn) Culberson. Her mother (my maternal grandmother) was Naomi Eileen (Herzog) Vaughn. Her Parents were Cicero Eric and Clara Fredericka (Mischke) Herzog. Cicero's parents were George and Sarah Satira (Outlaw)Herzog. Clara's Parents were Frank and Anna (Topfer) Mishcke.


On my daddy's side, here's how it goes:

I am Elizabeth Eileen (Culberson) Noble.  My dad is Larry Eugene Culberson.  His parents were Charles & Ida Elizabeth (Martin) Culberson.  Pappaw's (Charlie) family is William L. & Mary Tennessee (Tippens) Culberson.  Mammaw's was Larkin Nelson (Martin) & Etta Luticia (Brasher) Durham, Martin, Redwine (yes she was married 3 times, lol).


Surname List for Elizabeth (Culberson) Noble:

Maternal side:
Vaughn/Vaughan
Herzog
Mischke
Outlaw
Topfer
Webster
Penney
Harrison
Hand
Stanley

Paternal side:
Culberson
Martin
Brasher
Rodrick
Redwine
Durham
Tippens
Cline
Cook

Wednesday, August 13, 2008

Rawland F. Taplett Obituary

Rawland Floyd Taplett, was born in Tyndall, SD June 28, 1921, to Frank S. Taplett and Dorothy Schultz Taplett. He passed away July 29, 2008, with congestive heart failure. He and his twin brother were the youngest of ten children. He moved with his family to Wenatchee in 1930, when the twins were in fourth grade. At nine years old, they sold apples from a wagon to the neighborhood and hawked Wenatchee Daily World newspapers on the street corners. As a teenager, Rawland delivered telegrams for Postal Telegraph. In 1942, he married Mary Louise Vaughn. Prior to serving in the Army in WWII, he worked for Safeway. He spent two years in the Philippines during the War and was discharged in 1946. When he returned from the War, he bought his first apple orchard. Working seven days a week, from sun-up to sun-down, he was always known for his strong work ethic and endless energy. He soon began to pack and sell his own fruit from his garage on Fifth Street. For fun, he played checkers in Memorial Park and went on to win the Washington State Checker Championship in 1949 and 1952. (This week he took time to play a game of checkers with his grandson.) He was one of the few, cash fruit buyers in the Valley. In 1972, Rawley was the first shipper to open the apple markets in Hong Kong and Taiwan to "Washington Apples". Twenty-seven years after beginning his fruit business on "nine acres," he had grown to be one of the largest independent fruit growers in the State. He owned and operated orchards between Royal City and Oroville, WA. He packed his own, as well as other's fruit, in his modern packing warehouse, cold storage and CA storage on the Chelan Highway. Rawley was a born entrepreneur. Following his success in the apple business, he entered into many business ventures. He developed several subdivisions throughout the Wenatchee area, also one in Kent, WA and another in Covington, in King County. He became interested in developing safe storage and disposal of toxic nuclear waste. He founded Chem Nuclear Inc. and became President and Chairman of the Board. He founded AirSensors, Inc. and has been Chairman of the Board, later named Imco. This company developed equipment for utilizing alternate fuel systems for the automotive industry. This company is known today as Fuel Systems Solutions, Inc. He also founded Accor Technologies, Inc. and has served as Chairman of the Board of this company. Accor Technology, Inc. has developed a push-on plumbing valve for use in the construction industry. It is being manufactured locally at the Port District near Pangborn Airport. Rawley was always open to new ideas and had a positive outlook on life and its opportunities. He had the original pioneer spirit, eager to demonstrate how a country boy, with lots of determination, hard work and energy, and only a high school education, could fulfill the American Dream. He loved his family so very much. He was always there for each of them. He quietly provided for special needs as he became aware of them, but encouraged us to become self productive people. He is survived by his wife of 66 years, Mary; his three daughters, Norene Gibbs (recently deceased husband, Don) of East Wenatchee, Mandy Jo and husband, John Savoia of Mesa, AZ and Debbie and husband, David Jongeward of Vancouver, WA; son, Dean Taplett and wife, Roxanne of Ocean Shores, WA. He had 11 grandchildren; 12 great-grandchildren; and two great-great-grandchildren. He will be missed by all of us, more than words can express. The Service will be held at 1:30 p.m. Monday, August 4, 2008, at Telford's Chapel of the Valley, officiated by Rev. Hilton Jarvis and Dean Taplett. Interment will be at the Wenatchee Cemetery.

Charles Herbert Overman Obit

Beloved Charles Herbert Overman, passed away peacefully May 13, 2008, at the Bethany Nursing Home at Silver Lake, WA. He was greatly loved and admired for his sensitive intelligence and caring and will be terribly missed by his family and friends. Born November 14, 1932, at the Deaconess Hospital in Wenatchee, WA, to parents, Flora and Ora Overman, his heritage was from the Mission Ridge and Entiat Valley pioneering Overman and Vaughn Families, of which he was very proud. Happily raised in the Entiat and Wenatchee Valleys, he graduated from Wenatchee High School in 1951, and was a Demolay State President during that time. He served in the U.S. Army, stationed in Europe 1952-54. He attended Wenatchee Valley Junior College and Seattle University in the late 1950's, while working at the Boeing Company. Working 40 years for Boeing, Charles was assigned early by them, to Vandenberg Air Force Base in California, as well as New Orleans, LA, to help work on the Apollo Project in Planning and Development. His name is among the records of the Smithsonian Institute in Washington, D.C., for his contributions to the early development of the Space Program in the United States. He leaves behind children, Brian Overman, Anthony and his wife, Natalia Overman and grandson, Alexander Overman; daughter, Lauren Overman; and granddaughters, Kayla and Jamie Post. Also remaining, are brother and sister-in-law, Gene and Alice Overman of Greenacres, WA; sister, Janet Chouzenoux of Littleton, CO; sister and brother-in-law, Lora and David McEachern of Auburn, WA; and sister and brother-in-law, Linda and Roy Madsen of Kodiak, AK; plus a wealth of nieces, nephews, cousins and next generation family members. He was preceded in death by his parents and sister, Doris Frank. His family gives thanks, especially for all those who assisted in recent years, with his battle with diabetes. Opportunity for Viewing will be held at Jones & Jones ~ Betts Funeral Home, corner of Ninth and Chelan Streets, Wenatchee, WA, on Wednesday, May 21, 2008, between 2:00 and 7:00 p.m. The following day, Thursday, May 22, 2008, at 11:00 a.m., the Overman and Vaughn families are invited to the Interment of Charles, next to his beloved mother, Flora at the Entiat Cemetery, approximately 4 miles up the Entiat Valley River Road. See you by the River!



This picture was taken at Charles' burial. This is the Charles Overman Family. Pictured here are: Back Row: L-R Allen McEackern (Lora Mae's son); Noreen Gibbs, Janice,Janet Chouzenoux, Mary Taplett, Tony, Brian & Lauren Overman, Sharon
(Linda's daughter), ???, George (Linda's son-in-law & son), Gary
Vaughn

Front Row L-R Lisa (Lauren's daughter), Melinda (Janet's daughter), Linda ????

Thursday, August 7, 2008

Reunion Invitation

Here is the invitation that will go out for the reunion. Enjoy!

Wednesday, May 21, 2008

Ruth B. Herzog Klein

Ruth Bernice Kleinwent to be with the Lord May 3, 2008, at Skagit Valley Hospital in Mount Vernon.
She was born in Seattle June 30, 1919, the eldest daughter of Cicero and Clara Herzog. In July 1938, Ruth Bernice Klein married Fred Kline and moved to Bothell. Fred and Ruth Klein spent 52 years in Bothell and moved to Camano Island in 1990.
Ruth Bernice Klein is predeceased by her husband, Fred; her parents, Cicero and Clara (Mishcke) Herzog.; a brother, David Herzog and two sisters, Naomi (Herzog)Vaughn and Ruby Herzog.
She is survived by two daughters, Anna Clemans, of Camano Island and Linda Walla, of Snohomish; a brother, Paul Herzog; and a sister, Esther Herzog, both of Camano Island; five grandchildren, 12 great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild.
A memorial service will be held at Camano Chapel, 867 S. West Camano Dr., Camano Island Tues., May 20, 2 p.m.
Memorial contributions may be given to Camano Chapel or the charity of your choice.
Arrangements and cremation under the direction of Gilbertson Funeral Home, Stanwood

Thursday, January 24, 2008

John R. Stanley

Descendants of John R. Stanley


Generation No. 1

1. JOHN R.4 STANLEY (JOHN "ANDREW"JACKSON3, JOHN2, ISAAC1) was born 1869, and died 1946. He married MARY BOLEN. She died Unknown.

Children of JOHN STANLEY and MARY BOLEN are:
i. ROMA AMANDA5 STANLEY, d. Unknown.
ii. GEORGE EUGENE STANLEY, b. 1897; d. 1979.
iii. EARL JACKSON STANLEY, b. 1887; d. 1982.
iv. WILLIAM CULBERT STANLEY, d. Unknown.
v. CHARLES ALLEN STANLEY, d. Unknown.
vi. HOBERT STANLEY, d. Unknown.
vii. ROBERT STANLEY, d. Unknown.
viii. VIRGIL STANLEY, d. Unknown.
ix. EDWARD STANLEY, d. Unknown.

More About EDWARD STANLEY:
Cause of Death: TB

Catherine Stanley

Descendants of Catherine Stanley


Generation No. 1

1. CATHERINE3 STANLEY (JOHN2, ISAAC1) was born 1833, and died September 29, 1891. She married JACKSON GILKEY. He died Unknown.

Children of CATHERINE STANLEY and JACKSON GILKEY are:
i. JOHN4 GILKEY, d. Unknown.
ii. FLOYD GILKEY, d. Unknown.
iii. ANDREW GILKEY, d. Unknown; m. DEETTA WELCH; d. Unknown.
iv. ALLIE GILKEY, d. Unknown.
v. JESSE GILKEY, b. Albany, OH; d. Unknown; m. (1) MARY MARSHALL; d. Unknown; m. (2) ADDIE PAEKER; d. Unknown.
vi. JANIE GILKEY, d. Unknown; m. EZRA HANING; d. Unknown.
vii. ANNIE GILKEY, d. Unknown; m. SARGENT; d. Unknown.
viii. NANCY GILKEY, d. Unknown; m. (1) GRANT WOOD; d. Unknown; m. (2) AZ SALTZ; d. Unknown.
ix. MAZIE GILKEY, d. Unknown; m. WILLIAM MEEKS; d. Unknown.

John Stanley

Descendants of John Stanley

Generation No. 1

1. JOHN2 STANLEY (ISAAC1) was born April 19, 1790, and died July 18, 1880. He married (1) ELIZABETH FORREST. She died Unknown. He married (2) JULIA FORREST GRIMES. She died Unknown.

(Pictured above is the headstone of John Stanley.)


Notes for JOHN STANLEY:
It is not presently known for sure the number of or the names of the wives of John Stanley. He may have married sisters of his wives as they passed away. For the present tree, I am distributing the lion's share of the known children to Julia. He had a kit and caboodle of kids. As clarity may develop in the documentation of his wives/children this tree shall be updated.

John Stanley served in the War of 1812. He also set up his homestead at the "Old Brick" in Snowville, Ohio about eight miles from Albany. John lived in a huge hollowed out tree trunk for about two years, while he baked his own brick for a permanent house. He laid up the brick into an elegant five over three, two story brick farmhouse where he raised his many children. A tornado blew off the upper floor in 1951, but the roof was rebuilt and the house stands today as a single floor ranch home. Paul Stanley, son of Edgar, lives in it as of this year 1998 with his wife Mary.

Up on the hill of the "old brick" homestead, and a wonderful hill at that, a little to the east still stands the family Cemetery. Several people, other than the family, are buried up there. About all the grave stones had fallen over until Paul Stanley straighten them. The Hon Stanley Sr. Place was on of the very first settlements and is very much of a landmark.

Felix A. Stanley being the youngest son got the home place where the house stood. He went heavily in debt for it and never got it all paid for. Felix was sick and not able to work for about four years before he died. While he was able to work he set out a large orchard -- apples, peaches, cherries, plums, and pears. Also there were blackberries, raspberries, strawberries and grape vines. As a young boy I, Larry Robinson, still remember with misty and mystical joyful thoughts of the utter serenity and stillness atop the scenic hill. There I walked among grazing sheep interspersed throughout the orchard. It was wonderful, especially for a city boy from Columbus visiting his Aunt Gladys. Aunt Gladys would cook my family a huge Sunday dinner when we went down -- freshly killed chickens from the barnyard, home churned butter on homemade rolls, homemade mashed potatoes from the garden, and all the trimmings.
Much of the following history was recorded by Roma Stanley before she died.

Felix had one son and three daughters. Edgar had to quit school to work the farm and try to pay off the debts. He kept his three sisters in school. He never got it all paid for. After the girls were married Edgar bought out their shares of the estate, going still farther in debt. He died before he got clear out of debt,. Leaving his wife and children. Gladys, Edgar's wife, stayed on the farm with the children. She wanted their son Paul E. Stanley to have the farm. Paul was not very interested for a while, but after he was married, he decided to buy his sisters share of the place. Paul worked very hard over the years, and today the farm is in tip-top condition. For years the place was overgrown and run down. It took a lot of hard work by Paul and his family.

While Felix A. Stanley was still living, he took the old frame part off the back of the brick house. He put in its place, a Kitchen and dining room and two bedrooms up over the kitchen and dining room,which were made of frame. Edgar E. Stanley added a screened in back porch, dug out a spring on the hillside above the house, put in some tile, and piped water to the house into the kitchen sink. The water was good, but very warm in the summer as there was no shade trees or other shelter over the springs. My daddy Stanley Robinson and his brother Harold would often walk eight miles across country from Carpenter, Ohio to visit their Uncle Edgar and help him work. Edgar worked hard. He kept up his fences and buildings the best he could. Both girls were marred and at that time Paul was young.

About the middle of July in 1956 (some say the 14th, some say the 17), a terrible cyclone swept through Snowville. The worst that was ever known came down Irvin Cree, It blew roofs off several buildings. It also blew over a lot of trees and telephone lines. The Old Stanley Homestead was hit the hardest of any place around Snowville. The two storms seemed to meet there. One came down Irvin Creek and the other cam down Flint Fork. A great deal of the roof and the walls all the way down to the first floor were blown off the brick house. The house seemed to have been twisted as almost all the plaster fell off. A sheet of tin roofing blew through a power line pole that set in the yard cutting the pole in two. It blew a roof of a large grainery. Some of the roof looked like it had been rolled up and dropped down at side of the grainery. Most of the upper side of the barn roof was blown off and scattered all over the hillside, clear down to Flint Fork Bridge. A large sycamore tree down across the road looked like the limbs had been twisted off and lay all around the tree pointing in most directions. As the storm went on it blew the roof off the Mrs. Harry Douglas (Ella) home and damaged a lot of other places in the Darwin vicinity.

Paul E. Stanley now owns the John Stanley Sr. Farm. He has remodeled the house. He took the rest of the top off the house and made it into a modern ranch type home. Paul added on a few rooms and a bathroom and drained the basement and cemented it. He also put in a gas furnace. By adding on another room or two to the large brick room down creek, Paul made a nice little apartment for his mother who lived with Paul until she died. Gladys was a dear sweet lady.

The William D. Stanley homestead suffered a lot of damage due to roofs, which blew off and windows which were broken and other damages. Roma Stanley said she was spending the night at the home of her niece and family Rev. Headly and May Mason and sons Paul and Russell. The tow Mason boys had gone to a ten meeting at Athens, Ohio and were coming home when the storm struck. She had gone up stairs to bed, when the wind really started to blow. Paul and Russell had stopped their car down the road. Paul Mason came on up in the rain. Just behind him a big Maple tree blew over right behind him blocking the gate to the house. When Russell came a little later he had to climb over the yard fence to get in as the trees had blocked the gate.

Roma had gone to her nieces the day before to pick some blackberries. The next morning she said that May and she went up on the hill back of their house to see how much damage the storm had done. When she arrived there, she saw that several large trees had been blown out by the roots, along with many smaller ones. While up there, she said she showed May a cemetery that she did not know existed. The tombs stones were all gone and just a few hewed sandstone markers remained. This cemetery had been forgotten for years. There was no fence around it. It was out in a pasture field up on top of the hill above May Masons House. Roma said that when she was a little girl, He had been up there with the Hon Green girls. At that time the Greens owned the farm and built the two-story house. The cemetery was fairly large and used to have a lot of tombstone. Roma did not remember any of the names or the name of the cemetery. She said Mr. Green used to have a large apple orchard close to the cemetery. She estimated there was about a hundred or more graves there. A great many years ago there was a public road up the hill near the cemetery. Out farther there was a schoolhouse.


Children of JOHN STANLEY and ELIZABETH FORREST are:
i. ISAAC3 STANLEY, JR., d. Unknown; m. JANE HEWITT; d. Unknown.
ii. JOHN "ANDREW"JACKSON STANLEY, b. 1832; d. 1899; m. SARAH GOODEN, April 24, 1858; d. Unknown.

Notes for JOHN "ANDREW"JACKSON STANLEY:
John Jackson Stanley, or Jackson as he was called, had two or three horses drown while trying to cross Irvin Creek at the Ford during flood water. Jackson drank each Saturday night in town. One Saturday night he was riding back in the back of his wagon,which was driven by his son, when he fell out his buggy and broke his neck. His wife Sarah, several years later, went blind.

Jackson was a Waggoneer in the Civil War and was mustered out at Ft. Hayes, Columbus, Ohio after losing a leg in the war. Jackson's son John obtained land near Snowville where he built a house and set to framing with his wife, Mary Bolin Stanley.



iii. GORDON STANLEY, d. Unknown.

Notes for GORDON STANLEY:
When Gordon was a small boy he fell of top of a fence post and broke his neck. They always said he was a very pretty child.


iv. MAZIE STANLEY, d. Unknown; m. (1) DANIEL BRICKLES; d. Unknown; m. (2) KENNARD MCDONALD; d. Unknown; m. (3) JOSEPH ABBOTT; d. Unknown.

Notes for MAZIE STANLEY:
There may have been more children by Mazie, but the source Roma Stanley, could not recall. Roma said that after Mazie got sick with cancer, Brickles was so mean to her that she left him and went to her half-brother William where she died and William buried her on his lot at Bulingham, Ohio. Cemetery in Meigs County.

More About MAZIE STANLEY:
Burial: Unknown, Burlingham Ohio Cemetery, Meigs Co, OH
Cause of Death: cancer

v. SALLY STANLEY, d. Unknown; m. FLOYD DAVIS; d. Unknown.

Notes for SALLY STANLEY:
Roma Stanley said in a paper she wrote that Sally and Floyd Davis had other children however she did not know how many or there names. She said most of them located in the West somewhere.

vi. CATHERINE STANLEY, b. 1833; d. September 29, 1891; m. JACKSON GILKEY; d. Unknown.


Children of JOHN STANLEY and JULIA GRIMES are:
vii. REBECCA P.3 STANLEY, b. April 25, 1839; d. Unknown; m. JOHIEL ALKIRE; d. Unknown.

Notes for JOHIEL ALKIRE:
Johiel and his wife Ruth were Superintendent and Matron of Meigs Country Childrens Home for several years.

viii. MARY A. STANLEY, b. September 24, 1840; d. Unknown.
ix. ARCHELAUS ARCHER STANLEY, b. March 12, 1842; d. Unknown; m. ANELIZA BROOKS; d. Unknown.

Notes for ARCHELAUS ARCHER STANLEY:
Archelaus Archer Stanley was a doctor. He and Aneliza Brooks lived in Rutland, Ohio. They never had any children but adopted George Prall when he was four years old. They also raised a girl Arizonia Pullins. The did not like her name, so they had it changed to Roma Stanley. Roma married Royal Grimes.

George Prall was just like a son to them, and took good care of Aneliza after Dr. Stanley was gone. They gave George nearly all their property, which was considerable. Archelaus had a white selling on one leg when he was a boy and always walked on crutches. He studied Medicine and was a good doctor with a large practice.

Notes for ANELIZA BROOKS:
Aneliza was the sister of Colonel Brooks of Harrisonville, OH.

John "Andrew"Jackson Stanley

Descendants of John "Andrew"Jackson Stanley


Generation No. 1

1. JOHN "ANDREW"JACKSON3 STANLEY (JOHN2, ISAAC1) was born 1832, and died 1899. He married SARAH GOODEN April 24, 1858. She died Unknown.

Notes for JOHN "ANDREW"JACKSON STANLEY:
John Jackson Stanley, or Jackson as he was called, had two or three horses drown while trying to cross Irvin Creek at the Ford during flood water. Jackson drank each Saturday night in town. One Saturday night he was riding back in the back of his wagon which was driven by his son, when he fell out his buggy and broke his neck. His wife Sarah, several years later, went blind.

Jackson was a waggoneer in the Civil War and was mustered out at Ft. Hayes, Columbus, Ohio after losing a leg in the war. Jackson's son John obtained land near Snowville where he built a house and set to framing with his wife, Mary Bolin Stanley.



Children of JOHN STANLEY and SARAH GOODEN are:
i. UNKNOWN DAUGHTER4 STANLEY, d. Unknown.
ii. GEORGE WASHINGTON STANLEY, b. 1862; d. 1926; m. ESSE RUMFIELD; d. Unknown.
iii. JOHN R. STANLEY, b. 1869; d. 1946; m. MARY BOLEN; d. Unknown.

Tuesday, January 22, 2008

Felix A. Stanley

Descendants of Felix A. Stanley


Generation No. 1

1. FELIX A.3 STANLEY (JOHN2, ISAAC1) was born February 15, 1854, and died May 08, 1906. He married MARY SAPP, daughter of SAPP and ELIZABETH FREED. She died Unknown.

Children of FELIX STANLEY and MARY SAPP are:

i. NORA4 STANLEY, b. March 01, 1884; d. Unknown; m. VESTA ROBINSON; d. Unknown.
ii. EDGAR STANLEY, b. October 11, 1888; d. October 11, 1935; m. (1) ETHEL L. WOODYARD, December 16, 1912; d. Unknown; m. (2) GLADYS MAE DUTTON, June 15, 1918; d. Unknown.
iii. BEATRICE STANLEY, b. October 21, 1893; d. October 05, 1926.
(Pictured above is Beatrice Stanley as a baby in 1894.)
iv. BERNICE STANLEY, b. April 15, 1896; d. Unknown.

Isaac Stanley, Jr.


Descendants of Isaac Stanley, Jr.



Generation No. 1

1. ISAAC3 STANLEY, JR. (JOHN2, ISAAC1) died Unknown. He married JANE HEWITT. She died Unknown.

Children of ISAAC STANLEY and JANE HEWITT are:
i. WILLIAM4 STANLEY, d. Unknown.
ii. THOMAS STANLEY, b. Snowville, OH; d. Unknown, Jeffersonville, Illinois; m. ICEBINDA HUDNELL; d. Unknown.
iii. JULIA STANLEY, d. Unknown.
2. iv. MARY STANLEY, d. Unknown.


Generation No. 2

2. MARY4 STANLEY (ISAAC3, JOHN2, ISAAC1) died Unknown. She married (1) EVERETT. He died Unknown. She married (2) WILLIAM PORTER. He died Unknown.

Children of MARY STANLEY and EVERETT are:
i. CEPHUS5 EVERETT, d. Unknown.
ii. INFANT DAUGHTER EVERETT, d. Unknown.

Monday, January 21, 2008

Eveline Jennie Stanley

Descendants of Eveline Jennie Stanley


Generation No. 1

1. EVELINE JENNIE4 STANLEY (WILLIAM LINDLEY3, WILLIAM HIRAM2, ISAAC1) was born June 20, 1868 in Chillicothe, OH (Ross Co.), and died July 06, 1940 in Wenatchee, WA (Chelan Co). She married JOSEPH GEORGE VAUGHN June 20, 1894 in Spokane, WA, son of JOSEPH THOMAS VAUGHN and MARY HAND. He was born March 22, 1864 in Richmond, MO (Ray Co.), and died November 20, 1943 in Entiat, WA (Chelan Co).

Click Here for pictures of the Vaughn homeplace in Entiat, WA.

Click Here for more pictures and information on Joseph George Vaughn

Click Here for pictures of the Joseph and Eva (Stanley) Vaughn Family.

Click Here for the Story of the Gold Headed Cane.

More About EVELINE JENNIE STANLEY:
Burial: Unknown, Entiat, WA (Chelan Co) Entiat Cemetary
Cause of Death: diabetes
Click Here for Eva's Obituary.

More About JOSEPH GEORGE VAUGHN:
Burial: Unknown, Entiat, WA (Chelan Co) Entiat Cemetary
Cause of Death: heart
Click Here for the Obituary of Joseph George Vaughn


Daisy "Roma" Stanley Douglas. To read more about Daisy and everything surrounding her birth, you can click on her name for more pictures and information.
Children of EVELINE STANLEY and JOSEPH VAUGHN are:

i. STANLEY GEORGE5 VAUGHN, b. May 10, 1896, Medical Lake, WA (Spokane); d. February 15, 1969, Seattle, WA (King County); m. FLORENCE LILLIAN RICE, June 12, 1920; b. December 01, 1894, Merrill, Wisconsin; d. June 15, 1989, Seattle, Washington.

More About STANLEY GEORGE VAUGHN:
Burial: Unknown, Wenatchee, WA (Chelan Co) Wenatchee Cemetary
Cause of Death: diabetes
Here for the obituary of Stanley George Vaughn.

Notes for FLORENCE LILLIAN RICE:
This was written by Jim Vaughn:

Florence Lillian Rice Vaughn was born on December 1, 1894 in Merrill, WI. Her family came to Wenatchee in 1902 and she grew up there.

She graduated from Bellingham Normal School with a lifetime teaching certificate and taught school for a total of 27 years.

She met her husband to be while she was teaching in the Entiat Valley and Boarding with the Vaughn family. There were 9 Vaughn children, so the Vaughn's represented a good portion of the school enrollment.

She married Stanley George Vaughn on June 12, 1920 and raised a family of 5 children.

When Stanley was injured in 1936, Florence returned to teaching to support the family.

Teaching jobs were scarce for so many years. She had to teach rural schools like Pitcher Canyon, Chesaw, WA (near Oroville) and 25 mile creek on Lake Chelan.

During this time, her family was split. The younger two lived at school with her and the 3 older sons were at home. She would return often to supervise the Home front. She many times drove a 1938 Buick 185 miles through snow and storms, putting on her own chains to make sure that all was well at home!

Later in 1943, she and her sister in-law, Christine (Peterson) Vaughn pioneered the teaching of Handicap Children in Wenatchee.

She finally retired in 1958 and she and Stanley moved to Seattle.

Stanley died in 1969 of a massive heart attack. She spent her later years at the Northwest Danish Home and Burien Terrace Nursing Home in Seattle.

Here is her obit:

Florence L. Vaughn
Died June 15 (1989). She was born in Merrill, Wis. and was a retired school teacher in the Chelan and Douglas County School Districts. She was a member of the State and National Retired Teachers Associations and the Highline United Methodist Church. She was preceeded in death by her husband, Stanley G. Vaughn. She is survived by three sons: James, Homer and E. Lowell; two daughters Mary Taplett and Carolyn Corley; 21 grandchildren, 38 great-grandchildren and three great-great granddaughters. Memorial services will be held on Monday at 1 p.m. at the Highline United Methodist Church. Visitation will be at the Pattrer's Funeral Chapel in Burien, Sunday from 3-5 p.m. and Monday from 6-8 p.m. Burial will be at the Wenatchee Cemetery, Tuesday at 3 p.m.

More About FLORENCE LILLIAN RICE:
Burial: Unknown, Wenatchee Cemetery, Wenatchee, WA

ii. FLORA LOUISE VAUGHN, b. August 21, 1898, Medical Lake, WA (Spokane); d. January 07, 1984, Seattle, King Co, WA; m. ORA OVERMAN; b. June 27, 1896, WA; d. April 10, 1979, Wenatchee, WA.

iii. WILLIAM JOSEPH VAUGHN, b. July 22, 1900, Knapps Hill, WA (Chelan Co.); d. Jun. 30, 1985; m. CHRISTINE PETERSON Jun 1921 in Chelan Co, WA , b. June 05, 1929; d. Apr. 28, 1986..

More About WILLIAM JOSEPH VAUGHN:
Burial: Entiat, WA (Chelan Co) Entiat Cemetary

iv. DAVID ROBERT VAUGHN, b. August 31, 1901, Entiat, WA (Chelan Co); d. July 13, 1965, Seattle, WA (King County); m. DOROTHY HARMON, June 20, 1926; b. May 18, 1900, WA; d. August 1980, Portland, OR.

More About DAVID ROBERT VAUGHN:
Burial: Unknown, Seattle, WA (King County)
Cause of Death: diabetes

More About DOROTHY HARMON:
Burial: Unknown, Seattle, WA (King County)

v. CHARLEY J. VAUGHN, b. May 05, 1903, Entiat, WA (Chelan Co.); d. September 18, 1904, Entiat, WA (Chelan Co.).

vi. FRANCES EVELEEN VAUGHN, b. November 12, 1904, Entiat, WA (Chelan Co); d. December 21, 1982, Soap Lake, WA; m. (1) JOHN ENGLISH; d. Unknown; m. (2) ALLEN H. AMBLER, August 14, 1926; b. May 25, 1899, Prarie Du Soc County, WI; d. August 12, 1977, Ephrata, Washington.

More About FRANCES EVELEEN VAUGHN:
Burial: December 24, 1982, Entiat, WA (Chelan Co) Entiat Cemetary
Cause of Death: diabetes

More About ALLEN H. AMBLER:
Burial: August 16, 1977, Entiat, WA (Chelan Co) Entiat Cemetary

vii. BABY VAUGHN, b. February 22, 1906; d. Unknown.
viii. CLARENCE VAUGHN, b. June 30, 1907; d. Unknown.

ix. DANIEL JAY VAUGHN, b. January 29, 1909, Entiat, WA (Chelan Co); d. February 1995, Pateros, WA; m. (1) EVELYN POOLE; b. December 02, 1912; d. July 29, 2002; m. (2) HELEN KING; b. December 11, 1912; d. April 1996.

Click Here for the Obituary of Daniel J. Vaughn.

x. ELMER PAUL VAUGHN, b. January 18, 1911, Entiat, WA (Chelan Co); d. August 1985, Wenatchee, WA (Chelan Co); m. MILDRED MCCORMICK; b. February 12, 1911; d. May 15, 1994, Wenatchee, WA (Chelan Co).

More About ELMER PAUL VAUGHN:
Burial: Unknown, Wenatchee, WA (Chelan Co) Wenatchee Cemetary

More About MILDRED MCCORMICK:
Burial: Unknown, Wenatchee, WA (Chelan Co) Wenatchee Cemetary

xi. HERBERT MONINGER VAUGHN, b. December 18, 1912, Entiat, WA (Chelan Co); d. July 22, 1998, Seal Beach, CA; m. PARIE GRIFFIN, Private; b. Private.

More About HERBERT MONINGER VAUGHN:
Burial: Unknown, Ashes spread over ocean
Cause of Death: diabetes

xii. ALFRED TENNYSON VAUGHN, b. October 18, 1914, Entiat, WA (Chelan Co); d. July 25, 1999, Seattle, WA (King County); m. NAOMI EILEEN HERZOG, November 17, 1943, First Nazarene Church, Seattle, WA; b. August 14, 1922, Seattle, WA (King County); d. January 25, 2002, Seattle, WA.

More About ALFRED TENNYSON VAUGHN:
Burial: August 02, 1999, Entiat, WA (Chelan Co)
Christening: Entiat, WA Christian Church
Cause of death: cancer

More About NAOMI EILEEN HERZOG:
Burial: February 05, 2002, Entiat, WA (Chelan Co)
Christening: First Nazarene Church, Seattle
Cause of death: Parkinson's related dementia

William D. Stanley

Descendants of William D. Stanley


Generation No. 1

1. WILLIAM D.3 STANLEY (JOHN2, ISAAC1) was born December 11, 1846, and died Unknown. He married (1) AMANDA RUTH BLACKWOOD. She died Unknown. He married (2) MAHALIA M. LAWRENCE 1896. She died Unknown. He married (3) CLARISSA HULL 1911. She died Unknown.

Notes for WILLIAM D. STANLEY:
William Stanley Sr. built the store in Snowville, which still stands as of this date 1998. He took an old school house from Frank Green and converted it into a store. Later his son William Jr. took it over. This family was not blessed with long lives of their children.

William D. kept the store at Snowville for many years. He got the Post Office too and was the only Postmaster, as several years later the mail came by R.F.D. from Albany, OH. People who were not on the mail route continued to get their mail at the post office for a long time before another route cam to take care of the rest of the people mail.

A few years before he died at age 77years, 6 months, and 14 days of Brights Disease, he bought a house in Albany, Ohio and spent his last days there. He was a Civil War Veteran and was wounded in the knee, which at times gave him trouble.


Children of WILLIAM STANLEY and AMANDA BLACKWOOD are:
i. WILLIAM BLACKWOOD4 STANLEY, d. Unknown; m. (1) ADELAID BRICKLES; d. Unknown; m. (2) CLARISSA HULL; d. Unknown.
ii. AMANDA RACHEL STANLEY, d. Unknown.

Notes for AMANDA RACHEL STANLEY:
Amanda died at age 18 of consumption or pulmonary tuburculosis.


More About AMANDA RACHEL STANLEY:
Cause of Death: consumption, pulmonary tuburculosis

iii. CLARA EVA STANLEY, d. Unknown.

More About CLARA EVA STANLEY:
Cause of Death: whopping cough
Medical Information: Died of whopping cough at three years old.

iv. RAY STANLEY, d. Unknown.

Notes for RAY STANLEY:
Ray died of spinal fever when he was only 8 years old.


More About RAY STANLEY:
Cause of Death: spinal fever

v. ROMA ETHEL "DAISY" STANLEY, b. 1886, Ross County, OH; d. December 17, 1977, Fayette Co, OH; m. JESSE H. DOUGLAS, May 20, 1911, Parkersburg, WVA; b. March 21, 1889, WV; d. May 11, 1970, Athens, Athens Co, OH.

Notes for ROMA ETHEL "DAISY" STANLEY:
Roma Ethel was born to my great-grandmother Eva Stanley (Vaughn) at the age of 18. Due to Eva's age and the fact that she was unmarried, Daisy was given to William D. Stanley, a nephew to her grandfather, and son to John Stanley to Raise. William D. Stanley and his wife adopted Roma as their daughter. Her name was changed from Daisy to Roma Ethel. She in turn married a Jesse Douglas. It says on her SSDI that she was divorced when she died at the age of 91 in 1977. She kept in contact with her mother, Eva Stanley Vaughn, by way of letters, until Eva's death..

William Lindley Stanley

Descendants of William Lindley Stanley


Generation No. 1

1. WILLIAM LINDLEY3 STANLEY (WILLIAM HIRAM2, ISAAC1) was born 1843 in Pleasanton, OH, and died Unknown. He married MARY C. REED, daughter of MOSES REED and NANCY. She was born 1844 in Ohio, and died Unknown in Ohio.

Children of WILLIAM STANLEY and MARY REED are:
i. EVELINE JENNIE4 STANLEY, b. June 20, 1868, Chillicothe, OH (Ross Co.); d. July 06, 1940, Wenatchee, WA (Chelan Co); m. JOSEPH GEORGE VAUGHN, June 20, 1894, Spokane, WA; b. March 22, 1864, Richmond, MO (Ray Co.); d. November 20, 1943, Entiat, WA (Chelan Co).

More About EVELINE JENNIE STANLEY:
Burial: Unknown, Entiat, WA (Chelan Co) Entiat Cemetary
Cause of Death: diabetes

More About JOSEPH GEORGE VAUGHN:
Burial: Unknown, Entiat, WA (Chelan Co) Entiat Cemetary
Cause of Death: heart

ii. WILLIAM STANLEY, d. Unknown.
iii. WARDIE STANLEY, d. Unknown.
iv. ELIZABETH STANLEY, d. Unknown.
v. NELLIE STANLEY, d. Unknown.
vi. LENA STANLEY, d. Unknown.
vii. DAISY (ROMA) STANLEY, b. August 26, 1886, Twin Township, Ross County, OH; d. December 17, 1977, Fayette Co, OH; m. JESSE DOUGLAS; b. March 21, 1889, West Virginia; d. May 11, 1970, Athens, Athens Co, OH.

Notes for DAISY (ROMA) STANLEY:
See Roma Ethel "Daisy" Stanley under William D. Stanley's name. She was born to Eva at 18 yo, and was adopted and raised by William D. Stanley, an uncle. William D. was a son to John, who in turn was a brother to her grandfather, Hiram.

Thanks to cousin, Larry Robinson for my Stanley information!

William Hiram Stanley

Descendants of William Hiram Stanley


Generation No. 1

1. WILLIAM HIRAM2 STANLEY (ISAAC1) was born December 15, 1815 in Athens, OH, and died February 01, 1875 in Pleasanton, OH Pleasant Hill Cemetary. He married MARY ANN KENNEY September 25, 1837. She was born 1828 in Athens, OH, and died Unknown.

More About WILLIAM HIRAM STANLEY:
Cause of Death: scoffula

Children of WILLIAM STANLEY and MARY KENNEY are:
i. MINNIE3 STANLEY, d. Unknown.
ii. UNKNOWN STANLEY, d. Unknown.
iii. WILLIAM LINDLEY STANLEY, b. 1843, Pleasanton, OH; d. Unknown; m. MARY C. REED; b. 1844, Ohio; d. Unknown, Ohio.
iv. GEORGE STANLEY, b. Abt. 1845; d. Unknown.
v. CLARRISA STANLEY, b. 1848; d. Unknown.
vi. NW STANLEY, b. May 06, 1854; d. Unknown.
vii. EVA STANLEY, b. April 29, 1856; d. Unknown.
viii. ARCHALAUS STANLEY, b. May 27, 1861, Pleasanton, OH; d. Unknown, Athens, Athens Co, OH; m. JOANNA DICKSON, June 07, 1894; d. Unknown.

Notes for ARCHALAUS STANLEY:
Archalaus was a church goer. He taught Sunday School and worked hard for the church. In 1909 being unable to continue arduous labor on the Mechanicsburg farm, they retired from active farm duties and made their home in Athens, where he was an appreciative member of the spiritual and educational life of the city.

In 1914, he was attacked by the persistent Brights decease, and gradually lost his health. On June 1, 1919, at The age of 58 years and 5 days, he died. He left his widow, a foster son Elmer A. Stanley who they adopted in 1897, two grandchildren, Jack and Laura Joanna, of Athens, and one sister, Mrs. Celinda Newsom , of Seattle, Washington, besides may nieces and nephews and a host of other relatives and friends. He had an older brother who proceeded him in death named Lindley Stanley.

Thanks to cousin, Larry Robinson for my Stanley information!

Isaac Stanley, Sr.

Descendants of Isaac Stanley, Sr.


Generation No. 1

1. ISAAC1 STANLEY, SR. was born Abt. 1762 in Goochland, VA, and died January 15, 1815 in Alexander Township, Athens, OH. He married (1) ELIZABETH BROOKS April 04, 1792 in Goochland, VA. She died Unknown. He married (2) FRANCIS NASH October 07, 1792 in Pittsylvania, VA. She died Unknown. He married (3) ELIZABETH MARTIN February 15, 1815 in Alexander Township, Athens, OH. She was born 1763, and died August 1863.

Notes for ISAAC STANLEY, SR.:
The Stanley family has a long history in Ohio, beginning with the arrival of Isaac Stanley in 1793. He moved to Ohio from Goochland, VA near Richmond. Isaac acquired land in Alexander Township, Athens County. He cut a road into his property, built a cabin, cleared land and planted crops. He helped build the first parts of Rt. 50, without which it may not have been possible for Ohio University to have begun construction so soon. He then returned to Virgina and brought his family to Ohio: wife, Elizabeth; three sons, John, Archelaus, and Isaac Jr. He later had another son, Hiram and several other children with two other wives Elizabeth Brooks and Francis Nash. He farmed the land until his death in 1815. Isaac's son John served as a soldier in the War of 1812.

Isaac Sr. came to Ohio from Goochland, Va. in 1793 on a mule and with one slave. He crossed the Ohio River at Marietta, possibly staying for a short time at Ft. Harmer for protection against hostile indians. He started buying up large tracts of land. Several towns near Athens along the Hocking River may have been named after Isaac such as Stanley Town and Stanleyville, however these are only unsubstantiated rumors.


Children of ISAAC STANLEY and ELIZABETH BROOKS are:
i. MARY KAY2 STANLEY, d. Unknown; m. EBER CARPENTER, October 17, 1833, Athens, OH; d. Unknown.
ii. LUZANEY STANLEY, d. Unknown; m. GEORGE COOLEY, March 16, 1833; d. Unknown.
iii. ARCHELAUS STANLEY, b. February 19, 1796; d. July 25, 1868; m. JANE BOWERS, December 02, 1819; d. Unknown.
iv. JANE STANLEY, d. Unknown; m. ORRUM HEWITT, March 16, 1825; d. Unknown.
v. JOHN STANLEY, b. April 19, 1790; d. July 18, 1880; m. (1) ELIZABETH FORREST; d. Unknown; m. (2) JULIA FORREST GRIMES; d. Unknown.

Notes for JOHN STANLEY:
It is not presently known for sure the number of or the names of the wives of John Stanley. He may have married sisters of his wives as they passed away. For the present tree, I am distributing the lion's share of the known children to Julia. He had a kit and caboodle of kids. As clarity may develop in the documentation of his wives/children this tree shall be updated.

John Stanley served in the War of 1812. He also set up his homestead at the "Old Brick" in Snowville, Ohio about eight miles from Albany. John lived in a huge hollowed out tree trunk for about two years, while he baked his own brick for a permanent house. He laid up the brick into an elegant five over three, two story brick farm house where he raised his many children. A tornado blew off the upper floor in 1951, but the roof was rebuilt and the house stands today as a single floor ranch home. Paul Stanley, son of Edgar, lives in it as of this year 1998 with his wife Mary.

Up on the hill of the "old brick" homestead, and a wonderful hill at that, a little to the east still stands the family Cemetery. Several people, other than the family, are buried up there. About all the grave stones had fallen over until Paul Stanley straighten them. The Hon Stanley Sr. Place was on of the very first settlements and is very much of a landmark.

Feliz A. Stanley being the youngest son got the home place where the house stood. He went heavily in debt for it and never got it all paid for. Felix was sick and not able to work for about four years before he died. While he was able to work he set out a large orchard -- apples, peaches, cherries, plums, and pears. Also there were blackberries, raspberries, strawberries and grape vines. As a young boy I, Larry Robinson, still remember with misty and mystical joyful thoughts of the utter serenity and stillness atop the scenic hill. There I walked among grazing sheep interspersed throughout the orchard. It was wonderful, especially for a city boy from Columbus visiting his Aunt Gladys. Aunt Gladys would cook my family a huge Sunday dinner when we went down -- freshly killed chickens from the barnyard, home churned butter on homemade rolls, homemade mashed potatoes from the garden, and all the trimmings.
Much of the following history was recorded by Roma Stanley before she died.

Felix had one son and three daughters. Edgar had to quit school to work the farm and try to pay off the debts. He kept his three sisters in school. He never got it all paid for. After the girls were married Edgar bought out their shares of the estate, going still farther in debt. He died before he got clear out of deb,. Leaving his wife and children. Gladys, Edgar's wife, stayed on the farm with the children. She wanted their son Paul E. Stanley to have the farm. Paul was not very interested for a while, but after he was married, he decided to buy his sisters share of the palce. Paul worked very hard over the years, and today the farm is in tip top condition. For years the place was overgrown and run down. It took a lot of hard work by Paul and his family.

While Felix A. Stanely was still living, he took the old frame part off the back of the brick house. He put in its place, a Kitchen and dining room and two bed rooms up over the kitchen and dining room which were made of frame. Edgar E. Stanely added a screened in back porch, dug out a spring on the hillside above the house, put in some tile, and piped water to the house into the kitchen sink. The water was good, but very warm in the summer as there was no shade trees or other shelter over the springs. My daddy Stanley Robinson and his brother Harold would often walk eight miles across country from Carpenter, Ohio to visit their Uncle Edgar and help him work. Edgar worked hard. He kept up his fences and buildings the best he could. Both girls were marred and at that time Paul was young.

About the middle of July in 1956 (some say the 14th, some say the 17), a terrible cyclone swept through Snowville. The worst that was ever known came down Irvin Cree, It blew roofs off several buildings. It also blew over a lot of trees and telephone lines. The Old Stanley Homestead was hit the hardest of any place around Snowville. The two storms seemed to meet there. One came down Irvin Creek and the other cam down Flint Fork. A great deal of the roof and the walls all the way down to the first floor were blown off the brick house. The house seemed to ahve been twisted as almost all the plaster fell off. A sheet of tin roofing blew through a power line pole that set in the yard cutting the pole in two. It blew a roof of of a large grainery. Some of the roof looked like it had been rolled up and dropped down at side of the grainery. Most of the upper side of the barn roof was blown off and scattered all over the hillside, clear down to Flint Fork Bridge. A large sycamore tree down across the road looked like the limbs had been twisted off and lay all around the tree pointing in most directions. As the storm went on it blew the roof off the Mrs. harry Douglas (Ella) home and damaged a lot of other places in the Darwin vicinity.

Paul E. Stanley now owns the John Stanley Sr. Farm. He has remodeled the house. He took the rest of the top off the house and made it into a modern ranch type home. Pual added on a few rooms and a bath room and drained the basement and cemented it. He also put in a gas furnace. By adding on another room or two to the large brick room down creek, Paul made a nice little apartment for his mother who lived with Paul until she died. Gladys was a dear sweet lady.

The Willima D. Stanley homestead suffered a lot of damage to roofs which blew of and windows which were broken and other damages. Roma Stanley said she was spending the night at the home of her niece and family Rev. Headly and May Mason and sons Paul and Russell. The tow Mason boys had gone to a ten meeting at Athens, Ohio and were coming home when the storm struck. She had gone up stairs to bed, when the wind really started to blow. Paul and Russell had stopped their car down the road. Paul Mason came on up in the rain. Just behind him a big Mapel tree blew over right behind him blocking the gate to the house. When Russell came a little later he had to climb over the yard fence to get in as the trees had blocked the gate.

Roma had gone to her neices the day before to pick some blackberries. The next morning she said that May and she went up on the hill back of there house to see how much damage the storm had done. Several large trees had been blown out by the roots, along with many smaller ones. While up there, she said she showed May a cemetery that she did not Know existed. The tombs stones were all gone and just a few hewed sandstone markers remained. This cemetery had been forgotten for years. There was no fence around it. It was out in a pasture field up on top of the hill above May Masons House. Roma said that when she was a little girl , He had been up there with the Hon Gren girls. At that time the Greens owned the farm and built the two story house. The cemetery was fairly large and used to have a lot of tombstone. Roma did not remember any of the names or the name of the cemetery. She said Mr. Green used to have a large apple orchard close to the cemetery. She estimated there was about a hundred or more graves there. A great many years ago there was a public road up the hill near the cemetery. Out farther there was a schoolhouse.


vi. BETSEY ELIZABETH STANLEY, d. Unknown.


Child of ISAAC STANLEY and FRANCIS NASH is:
vii. ISSAC2 STANLEY, b. 1799, Athens, Athens Co, OH; d. Unknown; m. SARAH NORRIS, December 08, 1836; d. Unknown.


Children of ISAAC STANLEY and ELIZABETH MARTIN are:
viii. WILLIAM HIRAM2 STANLEY, b. December 15, 1815, Athens, OH; d. February 01, 1875, Pleasanton, OH Pleasant Hill Cemetary; m. MARY ANN KENNEY, September 25, 1837; b. 1828, Athens, OH; d. Unknown.

More About WILLIAM HIRAM STANLEY:
Cause of Death: scoffula

ix. CLARISSA STANLEY, b. 1848; d. 1881; m. WILLIAM CARSKADEN, January 19, 1865; d. Unknown.

More About CLARISSA STANLEY:
Burial: Unknown, Pleasanton Cemetery

Thanks to cousin, Larry Robinson for my Stanley information!

Sunday, January 20, 2008

Paul Andrew Herzog

Descendants of Paul Andrew Herzog


Generation No. 1

1. PAUL ANDREW3 HERZOG (CICERO ERIC2, GEORGE1) was born Private. He married ELAINE BERNICE ANDERSON Private. She was born March 12, 1932, and died December 24, 1992 in Seattle, WA (King County).

More About ELAINE BERNICE ANDERSON:
Burial: Unknown, Bellevue, WA

Children of PAUL HERZOG and ELAINE ANDERSON are:
i. KATHERYN MAE4 HERZOG, b. Private; m. STEVEN JAMES UNGER, Private; b. Private.
ii. STEPHEN PAUL HERZOG, b. Private; m. LESLEY CAMILLE BULL, Private; b. Private.
iii. KAREN LOUISE HERZOG, b. Private.
iv. STANLEY ROY HERZOG, b. Private.
v. STEWART JAMES HERZOG, b. Private.

Naomi Eileen Herzog




Descendants of Naomi Eileen Herzog


Generation No. 1

1. NAOMI EILEEN3 HERZOG (CICERO ERIC2, GEORGE1) was born August 14, 1922 in Seattle, WA (King County), and died January 25, 2002 in Seattle, WA. She married ALFRED TENNYSON VAUGHN November 17, 1943 in First Nazarene Church, Seattle, WA, son of JOSEPH VAUGHN and EVELINE STANLEY. He was born October 18, 1914 in Entiat, WA (Chelan Co), and died July 25, 1999 in Seattle, WA (King County).

More About NAOMI EILEEN HERZOG:
Burial: February 05, 2002, Entiat, WA (Chelan Co)
Christening: First Nazarene Church, Seattle

More About ALFRED TENNYSON VAUGHN:
Burial: August 02, 1999, Entiat, WA (Chelan Co)
Christening: Entiat, WA Christian Church

Children of NAOMI HERZOG and ALFRED VAUGHN are:
i. WESLEY GEORGE4 VAUGHN, b. Private; m. PATRICIA LOUISE BLACKWELL, Private; b. Private.
ii. ROBERTA LOUISE VAUGHN, b. Private; m. LARRY EUGENE CULBERSON, Private; b. Private.
iii. MARIE JOYCE VAUGHN, b. Private; m. Private; m. (2) GREGORY W. DUSING, Private; b. Private.
iv. MARILYN JEAN VAUGHN, b. Private; m. ERNEST JOSEPH SABO, Private; b. Private.

George David Herzog


David, Miriam, 
George & Marty Herzog


Uncle David, Aunt Miriam and Uncle Wes



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Uncle David, Aunt Miriam, Uncle Wes & My Mom



Descendants of George David Herzog


Generation No. 1

1. GEORGE DAVID3 HERZOG (CICERO ERIC2, GEORGE1) was born March 14, 1921 in Seattle, WA, and died July 12, 2005 in Severeville, TN. He married MIRIAM ANDERSON September 03, 1948 in Seattle (King Co.), Washington. She was born Private.

Children of GEORGE HERZOG and MIRIAM ANDERSON are:
i. GEORGE4 HERZOG, b. 1952; d. July 1967.
ii. MARTHA HERZOG, b. Private; m. BRIAN SERGENT, Private; b. Private.
iii. MARIE HERZOG, b. Private; m. DAVID CHRISTIAN, Private; b. Private.
iv. MARGORIE HERZOG, b. Private; m. REED, Private; b. Private.

Saturday, January 19, 2008

Ruth Bernice Herzog

Descendants of Ruth Bernice Herzog

 





Generation No. 1

1. RUTH BERNICE3 HERZOG (CICERO ERIC2, GEORGE1) was born June 30, 1919 in Seattle and died May 3, 2008. She married FREDERICK KLEIN on July 15, 1938. They were married at the First Nazarene Church in Seattle, Washington. He was born Private.




Children of RUTH HERZOG and FREDERICK KLEIN are:

i. ANNA4 KLEIN, b. Private; m. BOB CLEMANS, Private; b. January 07, 1934, Seattle, WA; d. May 17, 2003, Everett, WA.
ii. LINDA KLEIN, b. Private.

Thursday, January 17, 2008

Margarette Hannah Mischke

                                                       Anna Mae Beers & Anna Klein






Descendants of Margarette Hannah Mischke


Generation No. 1

1. MARGARETTE HANNAH3 MISCHKE (FRANK (FRANZ) LUDWIG2, LUDWIG1) was born July 27, 1902 in Moran, Kansas, and died May 1977. She married ROY OLIVER BEERS March 10, 1925. He was born March 20, 1894, and died November 08, 1982.

Children of MARGARETTE MISCHKE and ROY BEERS are:
i. MARION4 BEERS, b. Private.
ii. GLENN BEERS, b. Private.
iii. WILLIS BEERS, b. Private.
iv. LOUIS GENE BEERS, b. December 27, 1929; d. June 1930.
v. ANNA MAY BEERS, b. Private.

Carl Wilhelm Mischke

Descendants of Carl Wilhelm Mischke


Generation No. 1

1. CARL WILHELM3 MISCHKE (FRANK (FRANZ) LUDWIG2, LUDWIG1) was born March 22, 1899 in Moran, Kansas, and died June 30, 1969 in Temple City, CA. He married VELMA CELESTA MEGGERS August 19, 1924. She was born March 18, 1900 in Beatrice, Nebraska, and died June 11, 1992 in Carmichael, CA.







Child of CARL MISCHKE and VELMA MEGGERS is:

1. RICHARD HARMON4 MISCHKE, b. Private.









Amelia Henrietta Mischke



        The Huff's with my grandmother (far left), Uncle Wesley (small boy, left) and mom, far right, bottom

                                                                            Ray Huff
Susie Huff Wilson


Descendants of Amelia Henrietta Mischke


Generation No. 1

1. AMELIA HENRIETTA3 MISCHKE (FRANK (FRANZ) LUDWIG2, LUDWIG1) was born August 11, 1895 in LaHarpe, Kansas, and died December 19, 1991 in Yakima, WA. She married EDGAR HUFF June 07, 1916. He was born August 11, 1893 in Clay Co. Indiana, and died Unknown.

Children of AMELIA MISCHKE and EDGAR HUFF are:

i. EIFFFELL ANNIE4 HUFF, b. Private; m. LOUIS WILSON, Private; b. Private.
iii. LILLIE BELLE HUFF, b. Yakima, WA and d. July 06, 2009; m. RONALD D. BROOM, Private; d. November 16, 2007.

Laura Anettie Mischke

Descendants of Laura Anettie Mischke

Generation No. 1

1. LAURA ANETTIE3 MISCHKE (FRANK (FRANZ) LUDWIG2, LUDWIG1) was born May 23, 1892 in Moran, Kansas, and died April 07, 1965 in San Francisco, California. She married M. BROWNLEE. He died Unknown.

Notes for LAURA ANETTIE MISCHKE:
no children

More About LAURA ANETTIE MISCHKE:
Burial: Unknown, Yakima, WA

Clara Fredericka Mischke








Mama Herzog

God put Mama here many years ago,
To bring joy and comfort to other souls.
She gave Him her heart when young, and so,
She served Him well whatever His goals.

Mama met Papa and fell in love,
Then she won him to the Lord.
The two became one ‘neath heaven above,
Together she prayed and read His word.

In God’s love they raised their family,
There were six of us in all;
But God called one an angel to be,
The others remained to wait His call.

Papa went home in nineteen-sixty one,
He’d raised his family on God’s word.
With hard work and love for every one,
He taught them to love and serve the Lord.

Mama went up home on the Lord’s Day,
That wonderful Mama of mine.
Now she can hear angels sing and play.
There couldn’t have been a better time.

Can almost see her arriving there,
Papa watching and waving, looking down.
Grandpa, Grandma, Julia, Carl and Emma
All waiting while she gets her crown.

Now they’re all together at last,
Greeting each other with a holy kiss;
Sharing precious memories of the past,
Praising the Lord for heaven’s bliss.

Written by Alfred Tennyson Vaughn, my Maternal

Grandfather and son-in-law to Clara (Mishcke) Herzog.




Descendants of Clara Fredericka Mischke


Generation No. 1

1. CLARA FREDERICKA3 MISCHKE (FRANK (FRANZ) LUDWIG2, LUDWIG1) was born October 20, 1887 in Moran, Kansas, and died May 16, 1971 in Seattle, WA (King County). She married CICERO ERIC HERZOG September 03, 1918 in Yakima, WA, son of GEORGE HERZOG and SARAH OUTLAW. He was born June 28, 1876 in Bogus, CA (Siskiu Co.), and died October 11, 1961 in Bothell, WA.

More About CLARA FREDERICKA MISCHKE:
Burial: Unknown, Seattle, WA (King County) Pacific Lutheran Cemetary

More About CICERO ERIC HERZOG:
Burial: October 14, 1961, Seattle, WA (King County) Pacific Lutheran Cemetary

Children of CLARA MISCHKE and CICERO HERZOG are:

i. RUTH BERNICE4 HERZOG, b. June 30, 1919 d. May 03, 2008, Skagit Valley Hospital, WAshington; m. FREDERICK KLEIN, Private; b. Private.
ii. GEORGE DAVID HERZOG, b. March 14, 1921, Seattle, WA; d. July 12, 2005, Severeville, TN; m. MIRIAM ANDERSON, Private; b. Private.
iii. NAOMI EILEEN HERZOG, b. August 14, 1922, Seattle, WA (King County); d. January 25, 2002, Seattle, WA; m. ALFRED TENNYSON VAUGHN, November 17, 1943, First Nazarene Church, Seattle, WA; b. October 18, 1914, Entiat, WA (Chelan Co); d. July 25, 1999, Seattle, WA (King County).

More About NAOMI EILEEN HERZOG:
Burial: February 05, 2002, Entiat, WA (Chelan Co)
Christening: First Nazarene Church, Seattle

More About ALFRED TENNYSON VAUGHN:
Burial: August 02, 1999, Entiat, WA (Chelan Co)
Christening: Entiat, WA Christian Church
iv. RUBY MAY HERZOG, b. February 27, 1924, Seattle, WA (King County); d. May 1925, Seattle, WA (King County).

More About RUBY MAY HERZOG:
Burial: Crown Hill Cemetery, Seattle, WA (King County)

v. PAUL ANDREW HERZOG, b. Private; m. ELAINE BERNICE ANDERSON, Private; b. March 12, 1932; d. December 24, 1992, Seattle, WA (King County).

More About ELAINE BERNICE ANDERSON:
Burial: Unknown, Bellevue, WA

vi. ESTHER MIRIAM HERZOG, b. Private.

Julia Francisea Ernestina Mischke


Uncle Harold, Aunt Julia, Aunt Esther, and Uncle Wesley


Cicero, Clara, Harold, Julia, Ruth, Esther, Wes and Roberta (my mom), Bothell, 1948








Descendants of Julia Francisea Ernestina Mischke


Generation No. 1

1. JULIA FRANCISEA ERNESTINA3 MISCHKE (FRANK (FRANZ) LUDWIG2, LUDWIG1) was born June 07, 1886 in Berlin Germany, and died June 11, 1962. She married HAROLD NORTON CLARK April 08, 1919 in Yakima, WA. He was born October 13, 1889 in Beachmont, MA, and died September 14, 1950 in Olympia, WA.


Children of JULIA MISCHKE and HAROLD CLARK are:
i. JOHN MISCHKE4 CLARK, b. October 07, 1920, Olympia, WA; d. July 05, 1938, Olympia, WA.
ii. FRANK NORTON CLARK, b. September 21, 1922, d. December 19, 2008, Ellensburg, WA; m. LUCETTA ELEANOR DAUGHERTY, m. 1949 d. December 19, 1992, Ellensburg, WA.