John Winslow1

M, b. 16 April 1597, d. before 21 May 1674
FatherEdward Winslow2
MotherMagdalen Ollyver2
Appears on charts:Pedigree for Frank Valentine Hubbard
Birth*16 Apr 1597 Droitwich, Worcestershire, England3,2 
Immigration*1621 Plymouth, Massachusetts; Came on the ship "Fortune"4,5 
Land Tx*1623 Plymouth, Massachusetts; Received one acre in the 1623 division of land5 
Marriage*bt Jul 1623 - 22 May 1627 Plymouth, Massachusetts; Principal=Mary Chilton1,6 
Note*1627 Plymouth, Massachusetts; John and Mary shared in the 1627 division of cattle.; Principal=Mary Chilton5 
Note*1633 Listed as a freeman5 
Land Tx10 Oct 1657 Plymouth, Massachusetts; John Winslow of Plymouth sold all his house and land in Plymouth to Edward Gray (this is apparently when he moved to Boston).5 
Land Tx22 Feb 1664 Punckateesett, near Rhode Island; Edward Gray of Plymouth sold to Mr. John Winslow of Boston land at Punckateesett, near Rhode Island5 
Note22 Feb 1664 On 22 Feb 1664 John Winslow of Boston aged about 68 deposed about the sale of land by Myles Standish in 1661.5 
Land Tx16 Aug 1664 Namassakett; John Winslow gave land at Namassakett to his granddaughters Sarah Gray and Anna Gray5 
Religion*19 Sep 1671 Old South Church, Boston, Massachusetts; John and Mary Joined the Old South Church in Boston; Principal=Mary Chilton5 
Land Tx29 Sep 1671 Boston, Massachusetts; William Davis, etc. of Boston sold a house with gardens in Boston to John Winslow5 
Note15 May 1672 On 15 May 1672 Mr. John Winslow of Boston became a Freeman in the Mass. Bay Colony5 
Will*12 Mar 1673/74 Boston, Massachusetts; The will of John Winslow Senior of Boston, merchant, dated 12 March 1673/4, proved 21 May 1674, names wife Mary; and John Winslow; William Payne son of his daughter Sarah Meddlecott; Parnell Winslow daughter of his son Isack Winslow; sons Benjamin and Edward; grandchild Susanna Latham; son Edward Greys children that he had by daughter Mary Grey; son Joseph Winslows two children; grandchild Mercy Harris two children; kinsman Josiah Winslow "now governor of New Plimouth"; brother Josiah Winslow; kinswoman Eleanor Baker daughter of his brother Kenelm Windslow; "my seven children."5 
Death*b 21 May 1674 Boston, Massachusetts1,2 
Probate21 May 1674 5 
Burial* King's Chapel Burying Ground, Boston, Ramsey Co., Massachusetts; at Tremont and School Streets7 

Family

Mary Chilton b. 30 May 1607, d. bt 23 Oct 1678 - 1 May 1679
Marriage*bt Jul 1623 - 22 May 1627 Plymouth, Massachusetts; Principal=Mary Chilton1,6 
Children

Citations

  1. [S404] Assisted by Ruth Buddington Leighton Richard Walter Nielson, The Budington Buddington Family (Nielson Publishing Co., 1989, 830p), page 67.
  2. [S451] Revised by Robert S. Wakefield, FASG originally compiled by Robert Moody Sherman and Verle Delano Vincent, Mayflower Families Through Five Generations - Descendants of the Pilgrims Who Landed at Plymouth, Mass. Dec 1620, Family: James Chilton, Volume 15, 1997 (General Society of Mayflower Descendants, 1990), p. 3.
  3. [S404] Assisted by Ruth Buddington Leighton Richard Walter Nielson, The Budington Buddington Family (Nielson Publishing Co., 1989, 830p), page 64, 67.
  4. [S404] Assisted by Ruth Buddington Leighton Richard Walter Nielson, The Budington Buddington Family (Nielson Publishing Co., 1989, 830p), p 64.
  5. [S451] Revised by Robert S. Wakefield, FASG originally compiled by Robert Moody Sherman and Verle Delano Vincent, Mayflower Families Through Five Generations - Descendants of the Pilgrims Who Landed at Plymouth, Mass. Dec 1620, Family: James Chilton, Volume 15, 1997 (General Society of Mayflower Descendants, 1990), p. 6.
  6. [S451] Revised by Robert S. Wakefield, FASG originally compiled by Robert Moody Sherman and Verle Delano Vincent, Mayflower Families Through Five Generations - Descendants of the Pilgrims Who Landed at Plymouth, Mass. Dec 1620, Family: James Chilton, Volume 15, 1997 (General Society of Mayflower Descendants, 1990), p. 5.
  7. [S404] Assisted by Ruth Buddington Leighton Richard Walter Nielson, The Budington Buddington Family (Nielson Publishing Co., 1989, 830p), page 65.
  8. [S451] Revised by Robert S. Wakefield, FASG originally compiled by Robert Moody Sherman and Verle Delano Vincent, Mayflower Families Through Five Generations - Descendants of the Pilgrims Who Landed at Plymouth, Mass. Dec 1620, Family: James Chilton, Volume 15, 1997 (General Society of Mayflower Descendants, 1990), p. 10.
  9. [S451] Revised by Robert S. Wakefield, FASG originally compiled by Robert Moody Sherman and Verle Delano Vincent, Mayflower Families Through Five Generations - Descendants of the Pilgrims Who Landed at Plymouth, Mass. Dec 1620, Family: James Chilton, Volume 15, 1997 (General Society of Mayflower Descendants, 1990), p. 11.
  10. [S451] Revised by Robert S. Wakefield, FASG originally compiled by Robert Moody Sherman and Verle Delano Vincent, Mayflower Families Through Five Generations - Descendants of the Pilgrims Who Landed at Plymouth, Mass. Dec 1620, Family: James Chilton, Volume 15, 1997 (General Society of Mayflower Descendants, 1990), p. 14.
  11. [S451] Revised by Robert S. Wakefield, FASG originally compiled by Robert Moody Sherman and Verle Delano Vincent, Mayflower Families Through Five Generations - Descendants of the Pilgrims Who Landed at Plymouth, Mass. Dec 1620, Family: James Chilton, Volume 15, 1997 (General Society of Mayflower Descendants, 1990), p. 15.
  12. [S451] Revised by Robert S. Wakefield, FASG originally compiled by Robert Moody Sherman and Verle Delano Vincent, Mayflower Families Through Five Generations - Descendants of the Pilgrims Who Landed at Plymouth, Mass. Dec 1620, Family: James Chilton, Volume 15, 1997 (General Society of Mayflower Descendants, 1990), p. 16.
  13. [S451] Revised by Robert S. Wakefield, FASG originally compiled by Robert Moody Sherman and Verle Delano Vincent, Mayflower Families Through Five Generations - Descendants of the Pilgrims Who Landed at Plymouth, Mass. Dec 1620, Family: James Chilton, Volume 15, 1997 (General Society of Mayflower Descendants, 1990), p. 17.
  14. [S451] Revised by Robert S. Wakefield, FASG originally compiled by Robert Moody Sherman and Verle Delano Vincent, Mayflower Families Through Five Generations - Descendants of the Pilgrims Who Landed at Plymouth, Mass. Dec 1620, Family: James Chilton, Volume 15, 1997 (General Society of Mayflower Descendants, 1990), p. 18.
  15. [S451] Revised by Robert S. Wakefield, FASG originally compiled by Robert Moody Sherman and Verle Delano Vincent, Mayflower Families Through Five Generations - Descendants of the Pilgrims Who Landed at Plymouth, Mass. Dec 1620, Family: James Chilton, Volume 15, 1997 (General Society of Mayflower Descendants, 1990), p. 7.

John Winslow1

M, b. before 1630, d. between 3 October 1683 and 12 October 1683
FatherJohn Winslow1 b. 16 Apr 1597, d. b 21 May 1674
MotherMary Chilton1 b. 30 May 1607, d. bt 23 Oct 1678 - 1 May 1679
Birth*b 1630 Plymouth, Massachusetts; probably before 16301 
Marriage*b 18 Apr 1664 Principal=Elizabeth (?)1,2 
Marriage* Principal=Judith (?)1,2 
Will*3 Oct 1683 Boston, Massachusetts; Merchant of Boston.

Will remembers each son "of my three brothers: Edward Winslow, Joseph Winslow and Samuel Winslow" and the "two sons of my sister Susanna Latham decd." 
Death*bt 3 Oct 1683 - 12 Oct 1683 Boston, Massachusetts1 

Family 1

Elizabeth (?)

Family 2

Judith (?) b. c 1625

Citations

  1. [S451] Revised by Robert S. Wakefield, FASG originally compiled by Robert Moody Sherman and Verle Delano Vincent, Mayflower Families Through Five Generations - Descendants of the Pilgrims Who Landed at Plymouth, Mass. Dec 1620, Family: James Chilton, Volume 15, 1997 (General Society of Mayflower Descendants, 1990), p. 10.
  2. [S404] Assisted by Ruth Buddington Leighton Richard Walter Nielson, The Budington Buddington Family (Nielson Publishing Co., 1989, 830p), page 66.

Joseph Winslow1

M, d. before 7 August 1679
FatherJohn Winslow1 b. 16 Apr 1597, d. b 21 May 1674
MotherMary Chilton1 b. 30 May 1607, d. bt 23 Oct 1678 - 1 May 1679
Birth* Plymouth, Massachusetts1 
Land Tx*1663 Talbot Co., Maryland; Apparently Joseph remained in Maryland for in 1663 a 680 acre tract in Talbot co. was laid out to "Joseph Winslow of this province Mariner," whe he named "Boston Cliff," patented to him in 16651 
Note*8 May 1663 St. John, Maryland; An Admiralty Court held at St. John, MD confiscated the "Content" [ship] of Boston in New England, Joseph Winslow, master.1 
Land Tx1664 Talbot Co., Maryland; Also laid out to him and patented was "Plaine Dealing" in 1664.1 
Marriage*b 1668 Principal=Sarah Lawrence1,2 
Land Tx*10 Oct 1668 "Joseph Winsloe of Kequeatan in Elizabeth Citty County in Virginia mariner" sold "Boston Clift" and "Plain Dealing" to "Samuel Winsloe of Talbott in the province of Maryland, marniner."; Principal=Samuel Winslow3 
Land Tx29 Aug 1674 Boston, Massachusetts; Joseph Winslow of Boston, mariner, bought a house of John Drury in Boston 29 Aug. 1674 and adjoining land from Hugh Drury.4 
Death*b 7 Aug 1679 Long Island, New York1 
Probate*3 Oct 1679 Suffolk Co., New York; The New York probate record says Joseph Winsloe, late of Boston, merchant, came into these parts with his wife and children, bringing some goods and merchandize with intent to settle here, but soon after died intestate.

The Suffolk Co. Court ordered 7 Aug. 1679 the remainder of Mary Winslow's estate to be distributed, including the estate of Joseph Winslow, mariner of Boston, was granted 3 Oct 1679 to brother John Winslow and to Capt. Elisha Hutchinson "in the right of the widow and children." Administration was also granted in NY 26 Jan. 1679/80 to Capt. Thomas Lawrence, Sarah's father.3 

Family

Sarah Lawrence d. b 1693
Marriage*b 1668 Principal=Sarah Lawrence1,2 

Citations

  1. [S451] Revised by Robert S. Wakefield, FASG originally compiled by Robert Moody Sherman and Verle Delano Vincent, Mayflower Families Through Five Generations - Descendants of the Pilgrims Who Landed at Plymouth, Mass. Dec 1620, Family: James Chilton, Volume 15, 1997 (General Society of Mayflower Descendants, 1990), p. 17.
  2. [S404] Assisted by Ruth Buddington Leighton Richard Walter Nielson, The Budington Buddington Family (Nielson Publishing Co., 1989, 830p), page 66.
  3. [S451] Revised by Robert S. Wakefield, FASG originally compiled by Robert Moody Sherman and Verle Delano Vincent, Mayflower Families Through Five Generations - Descendants of the Pilgrims Who Landed at Plymouth, Mass. Dec 1620, Family: James Chilton, Volume 15, 1997 (General Society of Mayflower Descendants, 1990), p. 16.
  4. [S451] Revised by Robert S. Wakefield, FASG originally compiled by Robert Moody Sherman and Verle Delano Vincent, Mayflower Families Through Five Generations - Descendants of the Pilgrims Who Landed at Plymouth, Mass. Dec 1620, Family: James Chilton, Volume 15, 1997 (General Society of Mayflower Descendants, 1990), p. 18.

Kenelm Winslow1

M, b. 22 September 1675, d. 10 June 1757
Birth*22 Sep 1675 Marshfield, Massachusetts1 
Marriage*c 1703 Marshfield, Massachusetts; Principal=Abigail Waterman1 
Marriage*7 Sep 1730 Boston, Massachusetts; Principal=Ann Winslow1 
Will*5 Jan 1749 Marshfield, Massachusetts; The will of Kinelm Winslow Esq. of Marshfield dated 5 Jan. 1749, proved 19 July 1757, names wife Ann; sons Kenelm & Joseph, exec.; dau. Sarah Smith; grandau. Mary Pain, dau. of Sarah Smith; daus. Abigail Lewis and Faith Taylor; son Nathaniel Winslow, dec'd.; grandson Nathaniel Winslow, son of Nathaniel.1 
Death*10 Jun 1757 Marshfield, Massachusetts1 
Probate*19 Jul 1757 Marshfield, Massachusetts1 

Family 1

Abigail Waterman b. 31 Dec 1681, d. 15 Aug 1729

Family 2

Ann Winslow

Citations

  1. [S450] F.A.S.G. Compiled by Rosbert S. Wakefield, Mayflower Families Through Five Generations - Descendants of the Pilgrims Who Landed at Plymouth, Mass. Dec 1620, Family: Richard Warren, Volume 18, parts 1 and 2, 1999 (General Society of Mayflower Descendants, 1990), Vol 1, page 133.

Mary Winslow1

F, b. before 1634, d. after 28 October 1663
FatherJohn Winslow1 b. 16 Apr 1597, d. b 21 May 1674
MotherMary Chilton1 b. 30 May 1607, d. bt 23 Oct 1678 - 1 May 1679
Appears on charts:Pedigree for Frank Valentine Hubbard
Married Name Gray1 
Birth*b 1634 Plymouth, Massachusetts2,3 
Marriage*16 Jan 1650/51 Plymouth, Massachusetts; Principal=Edward Gray4,3 
Death*a 28 Oct 1663 Plymouth, Massachusetts; and before Nov 16652,3 

Family

Edward Gray b. c 1629, d. 1681
Children

Citations

  1. [S404] Assisted by Ruth Buddington Leighton Richard Walter Nielson, The Budington Buddington Family (Nielson Publishing Co., 1989, 830p), page 67.
  2. [S404] Assisted by Ruth Buddington Leighton Richard Walter Nielson, The Budington Buddington Family (Nielson Publishing Co., 1989, 830p), pages 66, 67.
  3. [S451] Revised by Robert S. Wakefield, FASG originally compiled by Robert Moody Sherman and Verle Delano Vincent, Mayflower Families Through Five Generations - Descendants of the Pilgrims Who Landed at Plymouth, Mass. Dec 1620, Family: James Chilton, Volume 15, 1997 (General Society of Mayflower Descendants, 1990), p. 13.
  4. [S404] Assisted by Ruth Buddington Leighton Richard Walter Nielson, The Budington Buddington Family (Nielson Publishing Co., 1989, 830p), pages 66,67.
  5. [S451] Revised by Robert S. Wakefield, FASG originally compiled by Robert Moody Sherman and Verle Delano Vincent, Mayflower Families Through Five Generations - Descendants of the Pilgrims Who Landed at Plymouth, Mass. Dec 1620, Family: James Chilton, Volume 15, 1997 (General Society of Mayflower Descendants, 1990), p. 35.
  6. [S451] Revised by Robert S. Wakefield, FASG originally compiled by Robert Moody Sherman and Verle Delano Vincent, Mayflower Families Through Five Generations - Descendants of the Pilgrims Who Landed at Plymouth, Mass. Dec 1620, Family: James Chilton, Volume 15, 1997 (General Society of Mayflower Descendants, 1990), p. 37.
  7. [S451] Revised by Robert S. Wakefield, FASG originally compiled by Robert Moody Sherman and Verle Delano Vincent, Mayflower Families Through Five Generations - Descendants of the Pilgrims Who Landed at Plymouth, Mass. Dec 1620, Family: James Chilton, Volume 15, 1997 (General Society of Mayflower Descendants, 1990), p. 38.

Samuel Winslow1

M, b. circa 1641, d. 14 October 1680
FatherJohn Winslow1 b. 16 Apr 1597, d. b 21 May 1674
MotherMary Chilton1 b. 30 May 1607, d. bt 23 Oct 1678 - 1 May 1679
Birth*c 1641 Plymouth, Massachusetts1 
Land Tx*1664 Maryland; Samuel Winslow apparently moved to Maryland where in 1664 two plots of land called "Intention" and "Cabbin Neck" were laid out to him1 
Land Tx1665 Talbot Co., Maryland; He was gratned 1100 acres in Talbot County, MD1 
Note*1666 Talbot Co., Maryland; Foreman of a jury.1 
Land Tx*10 Oct 1668 "Joseph Winsloe of Kequeatan in Elizabeth Citty County in Virginia mariner" sold "Boston Clift" and "Plain Dealing" to "Samuel Winsloe of Talbott in the province of Maryland, marniner."; Principal=Joseph Winslow1 
Land Tx17 Nov 1668 Talbot Co., Maryland; "Samuel Winsloe" was styled "Merchant of the City of Boston in New Enlgand, formerly of the province of Maryland and the County of Talbot" when he sold "Plain Dealing" and "Cabbin Neck."1 
Note23 Aug 1669 On 23 Aug. 1669 Samuel Winslow of Boston, merchant, hired the ketch "Adventure"1 
Marriage*b 22 Jun 1675 Principal=Hannah Briggs1,2 
Note22 Jun 1675 Boston, Massachusetts; Pursuant to an agreement with Walter Briggs of Scituate, Samuel Winslow of Boston, merchant, made over to his wife Hannah his dwelling in Boston, to the use of whichever of them lived longer, then to go to their children. (This was undoubtedly the house Samuel purchased from John and Elizabeth Winsley 14 Feb 1673).1 
Note22 Jun 1675 Gave power of attorney to Phillip LeConsteur.1 
Will*7 Oct 1680 Boston, Massachusetts; names wife Hannah; son Richard (under 21), daughter Mary Winslow (under 18), and brothers-in-law Richard Middlecott of Boston and John Briggs of Scituate.1 
Death*14 Oct 1680 Boston, Massachusetts1,2 
Probate*26 Jan 1680/81 Boston, Massachusetts1 

Family

Hannah Briggs b. c 1650
Marriage*b 22 Jun 1675 Principal=Hannah Briggs1,2 

Citations

  1. [S451] Revised by Robert S. Wakefield, FASG originally compiled by Robert Moody Sherman and Verle Delano Vincent, Mayflower Families Through Five Generations - Descendants of the Pilgrims Who Landed at Plymouth, Mass. Dec 1620, Family: James Chilton, Volume 15, 1997 (General Society of Mayflower Descendants, 1990), p. 16.
  2. [S404] Assisted by Ruth Buddington Leighton Richard Walter Nielson, The Budington Buddington Family (Nielson Publishing Co., 1989, 830p), page 66.

Sarah Winslow1

F, b. circa 1638, d. 9 April 1726
FatherJohn Winslow1 b. 16 Apr 1597, d. b 21 May 1674
MotherMary Chilton1 b. 30 May 1607, d. bt 23 Oct 1678 - 1 May 1679
Married Name Payne1 
Birth*c 1638 Plymouth, Massachusetts1,2 
Married Name19 Jul 1660 Standish1 
Marriage*19 Jul 1660 Boston, Massachusetts; Principal=Myles Standish Jr.1,2 
Marriage*Nov 1666 or 1667 Boston, Massachusetts; Principal=Tobias Payne1,2 
Married Name1672 Middlecott1 
Marriage*1672 Principal=Richard Middlecott1,2 
Death*9 Apr 1726 Boston, Massachusetts; Age 881 
Probate*26 May 1729 Administration was granted 12 May 1726 on the estate of Sarah Middlecott late of Boston widow, deceased, thier mother, to widow Sarah Boucher and to Elisha Cooke and wife Jane of Boston. In a settlement 26 May 1729 one share was awarded to Mrs. Sarah Boucher, one share to Elisha Cooke and wife Jane, a double share to William Payne, one share ot the heirs of Mary Hagget deceased, and one share to the heirs of Edward Middlecott deceased.1 

Family 1

Myles Standish Jr. b. a May 1627, d. c 1660
Marriage*19 Jul 1660 Boston, Massachusetts; Principal=Myles Standish Jr.1,2 

Family 2

Tobias Payne d. 12 Sep 1669
Marriage*Nov 1666 or 1667 Boston, Massachusetts; Principal=Tobias Payne1,2 

Family 3

Richard Middlecott b. c 1640, d. 13 Jun 1704
Marriage*1672 Principal=Richard Middlecott1,2 

Citations

  1. [S451] Revised by Robert S. Wakefield, FASG originally compiled by Robert Moody Sherman and Verle Delano Vincent, Mayflower Families Through Five Generations - Descendants of the Pilgrims Who Landed at Plymouth, Mass. Dec 1620, Family: James Chilton, Volume 15, 1997 (General Society of Mayflower Descendants, 1990), p. 15.
  2. [S404] Assisted by Ruth Buddington Leighton Richard Walter Nielson, The Budington Buddington Family (Nielson Publishing Co., 1989, 830p), page 66.

Susanna Winslow1

F, b. before 1630, d. after 14 November 1685
FatherJohn Winslow1 b. 16 Apr 1597, d. b 21 May 1674
MotherMary Chilton1 b. 30 May 1607, d. bt 23 Oct 1678 - 1 May 1679
Birth*b 1630 Plymouth, Massachusetts1 
Married Namec 1649 Latham1 
Marriage*c 1649 Plymouth, Massachusetts; Principal=Robert Latham1,2 
Death*a 14 Nov 1685 East Bridgewater1 

Family

Robert Latham b. c 1613, d. b 28 Feb 1688/89

Citations

  1. [S451] Revised by Robert S. Wakefield, FASG originally compiled by Robert Moody Sherman and Verle Delano Vincent, Mayflower Families Through Five Generations - Descendants of the Pilgrims Who Landed at Plymouth, Mass. Dec 1620, Family: James Chilton, Volume 15, 1997 (General Society of Mayflower Descendants, 1990), p. 11.
  2. [S404] Assisted by Ruth Buddington Leighton Richard Walter Nielson, The Budington Buddington Family (Nielson Publishing Co., 1989, 830p), pages 66.

Katharine M. Winston1

F, b. circa 1891
Birth*c 1891 Wisconsin, USA1 
Marriage*c 1914 Principal=Frederick Adams Hubbard1 
Married Namec 1914 Hubbard1 
Residence*1930 162 N 19th St, Portland, Multnohmah Co., Oregon, USA; Age 39, married at age 24, born in Wisconsin; father born in Massachusetts,mother born in New York.2 

Family

Frederick Adams Hubbard b. 24 May 1887, d. 10 Dec 1969

Citations

  1. [S367] 1930 US Federal Census, Portland, Multnohmah Co., OR; ED 31, Sheet 2A.
  2. [S367] 1930 US Federal Census, Portland, Multnomah Co., OR; ED 31, Sheet 31.

John Wood1

M
FatherJohn Wood1
MotherMary Budington1

Citations

  1. [S404] Assisted by Ruth Buddington Leighton Richard Walter Nielson, The Budington Buddington Family (Nielson Publishing Co., 1989, 830p), page 34.

William Wood1

M
FatherJohn Wood1
MotherMary Budington1

Citations

  1. [S404] Assisted by Ruth Buddington Leighton Richard Walter Nielson, The Budington Buddington Family (Nielson Publishing Co., 1989, 830p), page 34.

Mary Wooddam

F
Married Name Ayer 
Marriage*26 Mar 1663 Groom=John Ayer1 

Family

John Ayer d. a 1694

Citations

  1. [S64] Sidney Perley, Ayer Genealogy (1900; Reprinted by Parker River Researchers; Newburyport, Mass., 1986),.

Elizabeth Woodridge1

F, b. 3 April 1773, d. 11 July 1849
Name Variation Eliza2 
Birth*3 Apr 1773 3 
Residence* East Hartford, Connecticut; of East Hartford4 
Married Namea 1 Feb 1793 Budington1,3 
Marriage*23 Nov 1794 Principal=Captain Walter Budington1,2 
Religion*Sep 1828 First Church, New Haven, Connecticut; Dismissed from the First Church, New Haven5 
Married NameDec 1831 Painter3 
Marriage*Dec 1831 Principal=Thomas Painter3 
Death*11 Jul 1849 3 
Burial* West Haven, Connecticut3 

Family 1

Captain Walter Budington b. 1768, d. 26 Sep 1828
Marriage*23 Nov 1794 Principal=Captain Walter Budington1,2 

Family 2

Thomas Painter
Marriage*Dec 1831 Principal=Thomas Painter3 

Citations

  1. [S393] Nancy (Gobler) Westenfield, Budington/Buddington Descendants Chart, circa 2000,.
  2. [S404] Assisted by Ruth Buddington Leighton Richard Walter Nielson, The Budington Buddington Family (Nielson Publishing Co., 1989, 830p), p. 68, 98.
  3. [S404] Assisted by Ruth Buddington Leighton Richard Walter Nielson, The Budington Buddington Family (Nielson Publishing Co., 1989, 830p), p. 98.
  4. [S404] Assisted by Ruth Buddington Leighton Richard Walter Nielson, The Budington Buddington Family (Nielson Publishing Co., 1989, 830p), p. 68.
  5. [S404] Assisted by Ruth Buddington Leighton Richard Walter Nielson, The Budington Buddington Family (Nielson Publishing Co., 1989, 830p), Page 101.

Inger Worm1

F
Appears on charts:Pedigree for Jacob Aal Ottesen Stub (#1)
Pedigree for Jacob Aal Ottesen Stub (#2)
Marriage* Principal=Jens Pedersen Schjelderup1 

Family

Jens Pedersen Schjelderup b. 14 Feb 1604
Children

Citations

  1. [S640] P.C. B. Bondesen, Slœgten Bugge i Danmark og Norge (C. Schønemanns Gogtrykkeri., Nyborg, 1909), page 52.

Joseph Worth

M
Marriage* Bride=Lydia Ayer 

Family

Lydia Ayer b. 19 Dec 1694, d. b 1745

Marion Elizabeth Wright1,2

F, b. 19 July 1884, d. 22 May 1978
Birth*19 Jul 1884 Baraboo, Sauk Co., Wisconsin1,2 
Marriage*29 May 1912 Baraboo, Sauk Co., Wisconsin; Principal=Frank Julius Smith1,2 
Married Namec 1913 Smith1 
Residence*1920 Stambaugh, Iron Co., Michigan; Age 33, born in Wisconsin3 
Residence1930 Crystal Falls, Iron Co., Michigan; Age 44, born in Wisconsin, parents both born in Scotland1 
Residence1940 Hubbard St., Ramsey-Anvil, Gogebic Co., Michigan; Age 55, born in Wisconsin.4 
Residence10 May 1944 Ramsay, Gogebic Co., Michigan5 
Death*22 May 1978 Atlanta, Cass Co., Texas2 
Burial* Baraboo, Sauk Co., Wisconsin2 

Family

Frank Julius Smith b. 18 Mar 1886, d. 7 Aug 1976
Marriage*29 May 1912 Baraboo, Sauk Co., Wisconsin; Principal=Frank Julius Smith1,2 
Children

Citations

  1. [S367] 1930 US Federal Census, Crystal Falls, Iron Co., MI; ED 3, sheet 5A.
  2. [S547] Barbara (Smith) Hanson to Dixie Hansen. 2008, Scottsdale, Arizona; e-mail address. McLaughlin/Smith Ancestry.
  3. [S95] 1920 US Federal Census, Stambaugh, Iron Co., MI; ED 188, Sheet 2A.
  4. [S619] 1940 US Federal Census, ancestry.com, Ramsey-Anvil, Gogebic Co., Michigan; ED 27-6, Image 8.
  5. [S499] Marian W. Smith Fannie Rowe Buxton. 5 Oct 1944,.

Jessie Wrightson1

F, b. January 1863, d. 30 May 1902
Married Name Hubbard 
Birth*Jan 1863 Wisconsin2 
Marriage* Oshkosh, Winnebago Co., Wisconsin; Undated newspaper notice: A very quiet and private wedding took place on Thursday evening at the residence of George Wrightson on Tenth street on which occasion Mr. Wrightson's daugher Jessie was married to Mr. E.A. Hubbard of Fairbanks, Dakota. Only a few relatives and intimate friends were present. The newly married couple left for Chicago from whence they will proceed in a few days to their fture home in Fairbanks.; Principal=Edward A. Hubbard Jr.1,2 
Residence*1900 124 Prairie Ave, Sioux Falls, Minnehaha Co., South Dakota; Age 37, born Jan 1863 in Wisconsin. Father born in England, mother born in New Hampshire. Mother of 2 children, both living.2 
Death*30 May 1902 Sioux Falls, Minnehaha Co., South Dakota; Obituary: Mrs. Hubbard had not been in the best of health for several months but she had been up and around the house and attending to the household duties until recently when she took to her bed. Several days ago she was quite low and for a time her friends were anxious about her, but later she improved and last evening her family and the attending physician were most hopeful. During the night heart failure set in, in connection with other trouble, and she sank rapidly, passing away as stated above.3 

Family

Edward A. Hubbard Jr. b. 2 Feb 1853, d. 3 Nov 1939
Children

Citations

  1. [S405] Clara A. (Hubbard) Dyke Stubbs and Hattiebelle (Hubbard) Lean., Scrapbook of Hubbard newspaper clippings relating to Hubbards from the Walworth Co. area of Wisconsin page 33. Article about the marriage of E.A. Hubbard and Jessie Wrightson (source newspaper not identified but article says that the information was extracted from the Oshkosh Northwestern).
  2. [S6] 1900 US Census, Sioux Falls, Minnehaha Co., South Dakota; ED 260, Image 18.
  3. [S405] Clara A. (Hubbard) Dyke Stubbs and Hattiebelle (Hubbard) Lean., Scrapbook of Hubbard newspaper clippings relating to Hubbards from the Walworth Co. area of Wisconsin page 10. Obit for Mrs. E.A. Hubbard (source newspaper not identified).

Jeanette Johns Yost1

F, b. 11 June 1902
Marriage* Principal=Paul Arthur Marsal1 
Married Name Marsal1 
Birth*11 Jun 1902 Massillon, Ohio1 

Family

Paul Arthur Marsal b. 17 May 1902, d. 19 Apr 1958
Children
  • Paul Arthur Marsal1
  • Ann Oberlin Marsal1
  • Peter K. Marsal1

Citations

  1. [S547] Barbara (Smith) Hanson to Dixie Hansen. 2008, Scottsdale, Arizona; e-mail address. Email from Beverly Marsal to Barbara W. (Smith) Hanson, Dated 3/10/2006.

Ada V. Young1

F, b. November 1890
FatherOlaf Andersson1 b. 6 May 1850, d. 21 Jun 1926
MotherHelen O. (?)1 b. Dec 1856
Birth*Nov 1890 Minnesota, USA1 
Residence*1900 2922 33rd Ave S, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota, USA1 
Residence1910 2922 33rd Ave S, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota, USA2 
Employment* A teacher3 

Citations

  1. [S6] 1900 US Census, Hennepin Co., MN, ED 129 Sheets 9A and B.
  2. [S94] 1910 US Federal Census, Hennepin Co., MN - ED, 194, Sheet 5.
  3. [S225] Robert W. Holmen Memoirs, St. Paul, MN, 1960,.

Cara Young1

F, b. September 1881
FatherAdam Peter Andersson1 b. 27 Feb 1852, d. 1931
MotherLovisa Aronsson1 b. 1857
Birth*Sep 1881 Minnesota, USA1 
Residence*1900 North Hillsboro, Washington Co., Oregon, USA1 

Citations

  1. [S6] 1900 US Census, Hillsboro, OR - ED 156, Sheet 1.

Carl A. Young1

M, b. June 1888
FatherOlaf Andersson1 b. 6 May 1850, d. 21 Jun 1926
MotherHelen O. (?)1 b. Dec 1856
Birth*Jun 1888 Minnesota, USA1 
Residence*1900 2922 33rd Ave S, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota, USA1 
Employment*1910 Dallas, Texas; Executive Secretry for the American Oil Institute in Dallas, Texas (at the time of his death) - Robert W. Holmen Memoirs2 

Citations

  1. [S6] 1900 US Census, Hennepin Co., MN, ED 129 Sheets 9A and B.
  2. [S225] Robert W. Holmen Memoirs, St. Paul, MN, 1960,.

Earl A. Young1

M, b. January 1886
FatherOlaf Andersson1 b. 6 May 1850, d. 21 Jun 1926
MotherHelen O. (?) b. Dec 1856
Note* not married2 
Birth*Jan 1886 Minnesota, USA3 
Residence*1900 2922 33rd Ave S, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota, USA3 
Biography*c 1945 "Another brother, _____, was with Herbert Hoover's relief commission [WERF program] in Europe after World War I.2 
Residencec 1960 Washington, D.C., USA2 

Citations

  1. [S226] Family of Robert David Winston Holmen - Notes and Family Group Sheets, 1996, Warren L. Holmen,.
  2. [S225] Robert W. Holmen Memoirs, St. Paul, MN, 1960,.
  3. [S6] 1900 US Census, Hennepin Co., MN, ED 129 Sheets 9A and B.

Eleanor Young1

F, b. July 1898
FatherOlaf Andersson1 b. 6 May 1850, d. 21 Jun 1926
MotherHelen O. (?) b. Dec 1856
Married Name Loomis2 
Marriage* Principal=(?) Loomis2 
Birth*Jul 1898 Minnesota, USA3 
Residence*1900 2922 33rd Ave S, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota, USA3 
Residence1910 2922 33rd Ave S, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota, USA4 
Employment*c 1960 She heads up the U.S. Consumer's Service on the University of Minnesota Farm Campus. For years you have been able to hear her give her marketing reports on the her radio program on WCCO and read her articles in the newspapers. (Robert W. Holmen memoirs).2 

Family

(?) Loomis

Citations

  1. [S226] Family of Robert David Winston Holmen - Notes and Family Group Sheets, 1996, Warren L. Holmen,.
  2. [S225] Robert W. Holmen Memoirs, St. Paul, MN, 1960,.
  3. [S6] 1900 US Census, Hennepin Co., MN, ED 129 Sheets 9A and B.
  4. [S94] 1910 US Federal Census, Hennepin Co., MN - ED, 194, Sheet 5.

Emily E. Young1

F, b. August 1883
FatherAdam Peter Andersson1 b. 27 Feb 1852, d. 1931
MotherLovisa Aronsson1 b. 1857
Birth*Aug 1883 Minnesota, USA1 
Residence*1900 North Hillsboro, Washington Co., Oregon, USA1 

Citations

  1. [S6] 1900 US Census, Hillsboro, OR - ED 156, Sheet 1.

Emma H. Young1

F, b. March 1883
FatherOlaf Andersson1 b. 6 May 1850, d. 21 Jun 1926
MotherHelen O. (?)1 b. Dec 1856
Birth*Mar 1883 Minnesota, USA1 
Residence*1900 2922 33rd Ave S, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota, USA; Telephone Operator1 
Residence1910 2922 33rd Ave S, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota, USA2 
Biography*1920 Emma, a charming though huge woman of almost 300 pounds, worded for the Twin Cities Rapid Transit Company for many yers, died in the fall of 1960. (Robert W. Holmen memoirs)3 
Residence1920 Minnetrista Township, Hennepin Co., Minnesota, USA; Farmer, General Farm. Age is listed as 30 (almost certainly was actually 37). Enumerated as head of household with her parents.4 

Citations

  1. [S6] 1900 US Census, Hennepin Co., MN, ED 129 Sheets 9A and B.
  2. [S94] 1910 US Federal Census, Hennepin Co., MN - ED, 194, Sheet 5.
  3. [S225] Robert W. Holmen Memoirs, St. Paul, MN, 1960,.
  4. [S95] 1920 US Federal Census, Hennepin Co., MN, ED 259, Sheet 13B.

Frans Oskar Young1

M, b. 13 January 1888
FatherAnders Gustaf Andersson2 b. 3 May 1854, d. 1904
MotherMathilda Sofia Sjöstedt2 b. 18 Jan 1851, d. c 1945
Name Variation Francis Oscar3,4 
Name Variation Frank2 
Name Variation Frans Oskar Anderson2 
Name Variation Ljung1 
Birth*13 Jan 1888 Kristinehamn, Värmland, Sweden; Birthdate was listed in the WWI draft registration as January 13, 1888.1,5,6,4 
(Witness) Residence1890 Ljungsborg, Kristinehamns, Värmland, Sweden; Principal=Anders Gustaf Andersson5 
Residence1900 Området Södermalm, Ljungsborg, Värmland, Sweden6 
Immigration*1905 Mound and Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA; 1920 census gives year of immigration at 19041 
Education* Financed through the Business School by Helge [Young]2 
Employment* Hennepin Co., Minnesota, USA; Hennepin County Savings Bank2 
Naturalization*1910 3 
Marriage*1912 Principal=Hulda Myrtle Ahlstrom1 
Employment1917 Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota; Bookkeeper at Hennepin Co. Savings Bank4 
WWI Draft*5 Jun 1917 Richfield, Hennepin Co., Minnesota; Francis Oscar Young, age 28, registered for the draft on 5 June 1917. He recorded that he was born in Kristinehamn Sweden and was a naturalized US citizen. He was employed as a bookkeeper at Hennepin Co. Savings Bank and listed his nearest relatives as "wife & 2 children." He was of medium height and build, had blue eyes, and brown hair. He had no physical deformities.4 
Residence*1920 114 E 56th St, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota, USA; Bookeeper in Bank3 
Employment Left bank for short venture in coal business. Then to Eletrolux where got to be top flite salesman.2 

Family

Hulda Myrtle Ahlstrom b. c 1893
Marriage*1912 Principal=Hulda Myrtle Ahlstrom1 
Children
  • Helen M. Young1
  • John A.F. Young1
  • Robert A. Young1

Citations

  1. [S226] Family of Robert David Winston Holmen - Notes and Family Group Sheets, 1996, Warren L. Holmen,.
  2. [S225] Robert W. Holmen Memoirs, St. Paul, MN, 1960,.
  3. [S95] 1920 US Federal Census, Hennepin Co., ED 261, Sheet 5A.
  4. [S528] Www.ancestry.com, Francis Oscar Young; Hennepin Co., Minnesota; June 5, 1917.
  5. [S317] 1890.
  6. [S463] 1900 Swedish,, CB1275, Card 1, Page 125, Row 42-48.

Gerald D. Young1

M, b. January 1886
FatherOlaf Andersson1 b. 6 May 1850, d. 21 Jun 1926
MotherHelen O. (?) b. Dec 1856
Note* RWH: Gerald (Gerhard?) became a lawyer2 
Birth*Jan 1886 Minnesota, USA3 
Residence*1900 2922 33rd Ave S, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota, USA3 
Residence1910 2922 33rd Ave S, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota, USA4 
Employment* Lawyer2 
Note Gerald lived for years. 1/2 crazy. [RWH]2 

Citations

  1. [S226] Family of Robert David Winston Holmen - Notes and Family Group Sheets, 1996, Warren L. Holmen,.
  2. [S225] Robert W. Holmen Memoirs, St. Paul, MN, 1960,.
  3. [S6] 1900 US Census, Hennepin Co., MN, ED 129 Sheets 9A and B.
  4. [S94] 1910 US Federal Census, Hennepin Co., MN - ED, 194, Sheet 5.

Hannah E. Young1

F, b. January 1880
FatherOlaf Andersson1 b. 6 May 1850, d. 21 Jun 1926
MotherHelen O. (?)1 b. Dec 1856
Birth*Jan 1880 Minnesota, USA1 
Residence1880 Canton, Fillmore Co., Minnesota, USA2 
Residence*1900 2922 33rd Ave S, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota, USA; Tailoress1 
Residence1910 2922 33rd Ave S, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota, USA3 
Note* Hannah was very active in Baptist Church circles in Mpls. It was she who introduced my Uncle Francis to Myrtle Ahlstrom, the daughter of Rev. Ahlstrom, a Baptist minister who once was a professor at Bethel College in St. Paul.4 

Citations

  1. [S6] 1900 US Census, Hennepin Co., MN, ED 129 Sheets 9A and B.
  2. [S190] 1880 US Census, MN, Canton, Fillmore Co., Minnesota, Page 255C.
  3. [S94] 1910 US Federal Census, Hennepin Co., MN - ED, 194, Sheet 5.
  4. [S225] Robert W. Holmen Memoirs, St. Paul, MN, 1960,.

Mary Louise Young1

F, b. 24 March 1924, d. 7 October 2002
Marriage* Principal=Robert A. Hooverson1 
Married Name Hooverson1 
Birth*24 Mar 1924 1 
Death*7 Oct 2002 1 

Family

Robert A. Hooverson b. 20 Mar 1920, d. 10 Jul 1992

Citations

  1. [S466] Sally Severson Dixie Hansen. 2004, e-mail address. Genealogy Register: Descendants of Harvard Person Nundal, 3 June 2004.

Minnie F. Young1

F, b. July 1893
FatherOlaf Andersson1 b. 6 May 1850, d. 21 Jun 1926
MotherHelen O. (?) b. Dec 1856
Name Variation Millie; Current assumption is that Minnie = Millie, needs proving1 
Birth*Jul 1893 Minnesota, USA2 
Residence*1900 2922 33rd Ave S, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota, USA2 
Residence1910 2922 33rd Ave S, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota, USA3 
Residencec 1960 Washington, D.C., USA; Minnie, married and living in Washington, DC, works for the government and dabbles quite successfully in real estate. (Robert W. Holmen memoirs)4 

Citations

  1. [S226] Family of Robert David Winston Holmen - Notes and Family Group Sheets, 1996, Warren L. Holmen,.
  2. [S6] 1900 US Census, Hennepin Co., MN, ED 129 Sheets 9A and B.
  3. [S94] 1910 US Federal Census, Hennepin Co., MN - ED, 194, Sheet 5.
  4. [S225] Robert W. Holmen Memoirs, St. Paul, MN, 1960,.

Sara Alida Young1

F, b. 22 September 1881, d. 30 October 1958
FatherAnders Gustaf Andersson2 b. 3 May 1854, d. 1904
MotherMathilda Sofia Sjöstedt2 b. 18 Jan 1851, d. c 1945
Appears on charts:Pedigree for Sara Alida Young
Nickname Namie 
Name Variation Andersson3 
Name Variation Ljung2 
Name Variation Sarah Alida Anderson2 
Married Name Holmen2 
Birth*22 Sep 1881 Karlskrona, Blekinge, Sweden; In the 1890 census in Kristinehamns, Sara Alida's birthplace is listed as Karlskrona, which is down on the coast of the Baltic Sea in Blekinge. All of the other children in the family (both before and after her) were listed as born in Kristinehamns.2,4,5,6 
(Witness) Residence1890 Ljungsborg, Kristinehamns, Värmland, Sweden; Principal=Anders Gustaf Andersson5 
Residence20 Feb 1897 Mathuggs församling, Göteborg, Göteborg och Bohus Co., Sweden; "Inflyttningsbok" listing for Sara Alida Young to the Masthuggs congregation. Notation says that she is from Kristinehamn and has the reference 11.53. H 12/8, page 924, which I believe is a reference to Rote 11 in the Household Examinations (this page not digitized on Genline).7 
Emigration*4 Oct 1900 America; Name: Sara Alida Andersson
Gender: K Date of birth: 1881-09-22
Parish: GBG-S KRSITINE County: S
Place: Repslagargatan
Move Parish: GBG: S Kristine County: S
Move Year 1897
Title: Piga Civil Status: OG
Home parish: GBG: S Oscar Fredrik County: O
Resident: V.H. 42 A
Date of Emigration: 1900-10-04 Age 19
Alone/Family: Alone
Dest country: Amerika Country Code: AM
Father: Anders Gustaf Andersson
Father's title: Arbetare
Mother: Mathilda Sofia Sjöstedt
Main document: Document No.: 1423 
Immigration*21 Oct 1900 New York, New York, USA; Port of entry to the United States: New York, Date of Arrival: 21 October 19001,8 
Marriage*5 Jun 1905 Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota, USA; Principal=Carl Robert Holmen2,9 
Residence8 Jun 1905 1715 10th Ave, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota; Age 23, 4 years a resident of Minnesota.10 
Residence27 Feb 1918 Linden Hills Rt. 2, Edina, Hennepin Co., Minnesota; 1918 Alien Registration indicates that she was born in Kristinehavn, Sweden. She is a housekeeper and has a nephew who is in the U.S. Army in France. She has not sought citizenship. She owns Lot 5 Block 27 Oliver Park, Value about $500 (purchased 8 years prior).11 
Residence1920 2415 West 9th St., Duluth, Saint Louis Co., Minnesota; Age 3812 
Residence1930 1575 Dodge St., Duluth, Saint Louis Co., Minnesota; Age 48, immigrated circa 1900, naturalized.13 
Residence1940 4523 Dodge St., Duluth, St. Louis Co., Minnesota; Age 49, widow, born in Sweden. Enumerated with Warren 19, John D. 30, daughter-in-law Florence 24, and grand-daughter Sara 9 months.14 
Death1957 2 
Residence*1958 Glendale, Los Angeles, California, USA; Death certificate says she has lived in county and state for 2 years prior to her death6 
Death*30 Oct 1958 1342 Cordova St, Glendale, Los Angeles, California, USA; 7:45 PM; Cause of death (uncertain of handwriting): Genealogical arteriosclerosis; Informant on death certificate: Paul B. Holmen15,6 
Burial*5 Nov 1958 Union Cemetery, Saint Paul, Ramsey Co., Minnesota, USA; Max M. Eckerman Funeral Service, Burbank16,6 

Family

Carl Robert Holmen b. 19 Aug 1870, d. 13 Aug 1935
Marriage*5 Jun 1905 Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota, USA; Principal=Carl Robert Holmen2,9 
Children

Citations

  1. [S226] Family of Robert David Winston Holmen - Notes and Family Group Sheets, 1996, Warren L. Holmen,.
  2. [S225] Robert W. Holmen Memoirs, St. Paul, MN, 1960,.
  3. [S503] Databasen CD-Emigranten (Svenska Emigrantinstitutet, Emigrantregistret i Karlstad and the project Göteborgs-Emigranten, 2001, English Version), Emibas Database, 1900-10-04, Document #142.
  4. [S245] Obituary for Robert Winston Holmen, Funeral Bulletin - Gloria Dei Lutheran Church - Saint Paul, MN, Saint Paul, MN (13 Feb 1967),.
  5. [S317] 1890.
  6. [S387] Sara Holmen, Death Certificate 10/31/58,.
  7. [S516] Masthuggs Parish, Göteborg Sweden Parish Records, (Digital images on www.genline.com),, Inglyttningsbok, page 27; 1897: #190, Guns GID: 898.30.2200 (note: Masthuggs is apparently also known as the Oscar Fredrik parish or was comprised in part of Oscar Fredrik's parish at one time).
  8. [S453] Sara Alida Holmen, 1918 Alien Registration 70, 27 Feb 1918,.
  9. [S256] A.E. Strand., A History of the Swedish-Americans of Minnesota (Volume 3, 1910),.
  10. [S192] 1905 Minnesota State Census, MN, FamilySearch.org, Minneapolis, Ward 11, Hennepin Co., Minnesota; ED 42, page 16.
  11. [S453] Sara Alida Holmen, 1918 Alien Registration 70, 27 Feb 1918, Village of Edina, Hennepin Co., MN.
  12. [S95] 1920 US Federal Census, Duluth, St. Louis Co., MN; ED 126, Sheet 13B.
  13. [S367] 1930 US Federal Census, Duluth, St. Louis Co., MN; ED 35, Sheet 13A.
  14. [S619] 1940 US Federal Census, ancestry.com, Saint Paul, Ramsey Co., Minnesota; ED 90-251, Image 28.
  15. [S236] Cemetery Records, Union Cemetery, Saint Paul, MN; May 2001 Dixie Hansen.
  16. [S236] Cemetery Records, Union Cemetery, Saint Paul, MN; May 2001 Dixie Hansen, Block 3, Lot 26.
  17. [S233] Robert W. Holmen, Death Certificate 4494, 17 Feb 1967,.
  18. [S531] Family Group Sheets, June 5, 2005 Elizabeth Holmen MacArthur,.

Willard V. Young1

F, b. January 1896
FatherOlaf Andersson1 b. 6 May 1850, d. 21 Jun 1926
MotherHelen O. (?)1 b. Dec 1856
Birth*Jan 1896 Minnesota, USA1 
Residence*1900 2922 33rd Ave S, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota, USA1 
Residence1910 2922 33rd Ave S, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota, USA2 
Employment* Lumberman. Robert W. Holmen: Willard went West to become a very succesfful lumberman... A daughter of Willard is the only offspring of this ten-child family.3 

Citations

  1. [S6] 1900 US Census, Hennepin Co., MN, ED 129 Sheets 9A and B.
  2. [S94] 1910 US Federal Census, Hennepin Co., MN - ED, 194, Sheet 5.
  3. [S225] Robert W. Holmen Memoirs, St. Paul, MN, 1960,.

Clarence E. Zelie1

M, b. circa 1860, d. 25 December 1884
FatherHiram Zelie1 b. 31 Aug 1825, d. c 1883
MotherLucinia C. Hubbard1 b. 10 Jan 1834, d. 2 May 1907
Birth*c 1860 Wisconsin, USA1 
Residence1860 Spring Prairie, Walworth Co., Illinois; Age 3 months, born in Wisconsin.2 
Residence1870 Webster City, Hamilton Co., Iowa; Age 10, at school, born in Wisconsin.3 
Residence*1880 Webster City, Hamilton Co., Iowa, USA; Clerk in store1 
Marriage* Marshalltown, Marshall Co., Iowa; Undated article: A very quiet wedding occured at 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon, at the home of Dr. and Mrs. G.W. Williams, on West Main street. The contracting parties were Mr. C.E. Zelie of Webster City and Miss Leona Williams, a sister of the Doctor. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Mr. Miller, only the immediate relations of the contracting parties being present.

Mr. Zelie is a young man of fine personal attributes, and comes to take away one of our most cultured young ladies with the endorsement and good will of Webster City's best people. He is at present a member of the prominent law firm of Martin & Zelie, and is a man of ability and exceptional character, having the confidence and respect of his associates. Msis Williams, who has made her home at Ackley until recently, has a large circle of acquaintances in Marshalltown, who will part with her with regret. She is an accomplished lady, and her beauty and disposition have made her a general favorite.

Mr. and Mrs Zelie left last night for Chicago. They will make their home in Webster.

These cordial words, which we find in the daily Marshalltown Times-Republican, will be read with pleasure. - Mr. Zelie readily wins the goods (sic) opinion of strangers, because he merits it. He is a young man of fine ability and his attainments are of a superior order. He is rapidly coming to the front rank in his profession, and bids fair to achieve a marked success. He has shown a determination which cannot fail to bring its just rewards. The lady he has chosen to share his lot is amiable, accomplished, and will be a decided accession to our society. She is one of the young ladies who has shown herself fitted for the duties of life by assigning them to herself and performing them. The ARGUS has a deep respect and liking for both parties, and it offers congratulations on a union which promises so much happiness.; Principal=Leona Williams4 
Employment*c 1883 Webster City, Hamilton Co., Iowa; In his father's obit, C.E. Zelie is described as "a promising young lawyer of this city."5 
Death*25 Dec 1884 Obituary Clipping:

CLARENCE E. ZELIE

THE ARGUS imparted to its readers in its last issue the sad intelligence that Clarence E. Zelie had passed away on Christmas morning - a day when hearts are usually made glad with the joyous impulses inspired by happy surroundings. That this young life, freighted with the golden fruit of future years, auspicious in so much that give fullness and perfection to maturity, should go out suddenly at such a time is a thing that brings all kind hearts together in universal sympathy. To those who stood in near and close relationship, and knew the latent powers and high, manly and courageous ambition which inspired the life that is gone, the feeling of deep and sorrowful regret is still stronger. There are few who knew anything of the really noble traits of character which the deceased possessed. He was a person who made few confidences, and his best thoughts and ambitions were known only to a small circle. He possessed a bright and incisive mind, a remarkable prudence and business sagacity, and an energy and steadiness of purpose which promised great results. He had a genial temper, a cordial, frank and engaging disposition, and a philosophy which in most lives is only the result of long experience and in some is never realized at all. His habit of looking at results and accepting them as they were, gave him a strength and self-control which was truly admirable.

Although not effusive in affection, he had a warm and constant attachment toward those he took to his heart and he knew and appreciated the value of kind words and kind actions. Although constantly delirious in the latter part of his illness, his strongly marked intellectual traits would occasionally break through the darkness in short, sharp flashes, like sparks amidst the embers of a smoldering fire. That he realized his approaching death was evident from his repeatedly bidding his wife farewell, and exhorting her to "be sure and thank the kind friends for all they had done."

"Oh God it is a fearful thing,
To see the human soul take wing;
in any shape, in any mood."

But if there is any mood less pregnant with those influences that chill with an indefinable dread it is when the spirit asserts its relationship to others of this world and passes away breathing the lofty kindness which forgets itself in the thought of others. Clarence E. Zelie had a successful future before him, gifted, determined and persevering, he would have wrought out monuments of honor and credit to himself and his family. He was cut off from a realization of his ambitions by a power which is beyond all human calculation. Judged by human standards it seems an unjust destiny, but it is not for us to judge what we cannot understand. C.6,7 

Family

Leona Williams
Marriage* Marshalltown, Marshall Co., Iowa; Undated article: A very quiet wedding occured at 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon, at the home of Dr. and Mrs. G.W. Williams, on West Main street. The contracting parties were Mr. C.E. Zelie of Webster City and Miss Leona Williams, a sister of the Doctor. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Mr. Miller, only the immediate relations of the contracting parties being present.

Mr. Zelie is a young man of fine personal attributes, and comes to take away one of our most cultured young ladies with the endorsement and good will of Webster City's best people. He is at present a member of the prominent law firm of Martin & Zelie, and is a man of ability and exceptional character, having the confidence and respect of his associates. Msis Williams, who has made her home at Ackley until recently, has a large circle of acquaintances in Marshalltown, who will part with her with regret. She is an accomplished lady, and her beauty and disposition have made her a general favorite.

Mr. and Mrs Zelie left last night for Chicago. They will make their home in Webster.

These cordial words, which we find in the daily Marshalltown Times-Republican, will be read with pleasure. - Mr. Zelie readily wins the goods (sic) opinion of strangers, because he merits it. He is a young man of fine ability and his attainments are of a superior order. He is rapidly coming to the front rank in his profession, and bids fair to achieve a marked success. He has shown a determination which cannot fail to bring its just rewards. The lady he has chosen to share his lot is amiable, accomplished, and will be a decided accession to our society. She is one of the young ladies who has shown herself fitted for the duties of life by assigning them to herself and performing them. The ARGUS has a deep respect and liking for both parties, and it offers congratulations on a union which promises so much happiness.; Principal=Leona Williams4 

Citations

  1. [S23] 1880 US Census, IA, Webster City, Hamilton Co., IA; ED 102, Page 189B.
  2. [S6] 1900 US Census, Chicago, Cook Co., Illinois; ED 53, Image 3.
  3. [S337] 1870 US Census, Webster City, Hamilton Co., Iowa; Image 13.
  4. [S405] Clara A. (Hubbard) Dyke Stubbs and Hattiebelle (Hubbard) Lean., Scrapbook of Hubbard newspaper clippings relating to Hubbards from the Walworth Co. area of Wisconsin page 33. Article about the marriage of Leona Williams and C.E. Zelie (source newspaper not identified - but article says that the information was extracted from the Marshalltown Times-Republican).
  5. [S405] Clara A. (Hubbard) Dyke Stubbs and Hattiebelle (Hubbard) Lean., Scrapbook of Hubbard newspaper clippings relating to Hubbards from the Walworth Co. area of Wisconsin page 32. Death notice for Hiram Zelie (source newspaper not identified).
  6. [S405] Clara A. (Hubbard) Dyke Stubbs and Hattiebelle (Hubbard) Lean., Scrapbook of Hubbard newspaper clippings relating to Hubbards from the Walworth Co. area of Wisconsin page 35. Article about the death of Clarence E. Zelie (source newspaper not identified but information was extracted from "The Argus").
  7. [S443] Descendants of Timothy Hubbard and Dorothy Rowley, Family Records found in the Hubbard Family Bible, (Mathew Carey; Philiadelphia, 1811); (In possession of Mary Beth Goossen; 683 Dill Court; Severna Park, MD 21146).

Hiram Zelie1

M, b. 31 August 1825, d. circa 1883
Birth*31 Aug 1825 Onandoga Co., New York, USA2,3,4 
Immigration*1848 LaGrange, Walworth Co., Wisconsin3,4 
Employment* Palmyra, Jefferson Co., Wisconsin; Carpenter (Contractor / builder)3,4 
Employmentbt 1852 - 1856 California; In the Spring of 1852 he was attracted to the gold fields of California, and in company with some other men made the trip over land with ox teams. It was a perilous journey and required more than ordinary courage and endurance, but after six months travel, tired and foot sore, he and his companions arrived safely at their El Dorado full of hope and ambition. Gold digging, even in those days was attended with all the hazard and uncertainty of later years, but Mr. Zelie was reasonably successful, and after four years of great hardship, returned to his home in Palmyra with a few thousand dollars in his pocket - rich in experience, but broken in health.3 
Marriage*10 May 1859 Spring Prairie, Wisconsin; Bride=Lucinia C. Hubbard1,3,4 
Immigration1861 Webster City, Hamilton Co., Iowa, USA3,4 
Residence1870 Webster City, Hamilton Co., Iowa; Age 44, born in New York. Retired carpenter, real estate valued at $2,500, personal estate at $4,500.

Enumerated with Lucinda 35 and Clarence E. 10.5 
Residence*1872 Spring Prairie, Walworth Co., Wisconsin6 
Residence1880 Webster City, Hamilton Co., Iowa, USA2 
Death*c 1883 Independence, Buchanan Co., Iowa; Obituary:

Mr. Zelie was born in Onandaga Co., New York, on the 31st day of August A.D. 1825, and remained there until 1848, when he moved to Wisconsin. His father was a farmer, and during his boyhood days he worked on he farm, but afterwards learned the carpenter's trade, and for some years was a successful contractor and builder and during that time erected some of the most important buildings in and around Palmyra, in the latter State. In the spring of 1852 he was attracted to the gold fields of California, and in company with some other men made the trip over land with ox teams. It was a perilous journey and required more than ordinary courage and endurance, but after six months travel, tired and foot sore, he and his companions arrived safely at their El Dorado full of hopes and ambition. Gold digging, even in those days was attended with all the hazard and uncertainty of later years, but Mr. Zelie was reasonably successful, and after four years of great hardship, returned to his home in Palmyra with a few thousand dollars in his pocket - rich in experience, but broken in health. In 1859 he married Lucina C. Hubbard and settled down at Palmyra to work at his trade; but finding that his health was so much impaired that he could not pursue it successfully, he concluded to come to Iowa and invest his means in lands and through the influence of Hon W.C. ___ and the late Sumler Willson was induced to locate in Webster City. He came here with his family in the spring of 1861. Webster City was then a frontier town, with but a few scattering houses and no churches, or other public buildings. Mr. Zelie was a pioneer here, and contributed his full share to the growth and prosperity of the town. He built houses and set out trees. He was active in social and public matters. He was a charter member of the lodge of Masons, and for many years one of its leading and most active workers. He was one of the earliest members of the Congregational church, and an important factor in the erecton of their house of worship. For some years past Mr.Zelie has been less active in public affairs, and, although he never complained, it has been apparent from his unusual quiet, slow and unsteady step that he was not well. He was a great sufferer, and was afflicted with a complication of diseases which shattered hs nervous system and affected his brain. This condition of things was manifest to his family some time ago; but he was being treated by one of our physicians, and they had hope of his ultimate recovery. Just before the last session of District Court here the tenant on his farm adsconded and took most of the personal property on the farm with him. This greatly excited Mr. Zelie, and appeared to be the proximal cause of his insanity. He magnified the loss and would rave and rant about it like a mad man. His language and actions were so unnatural, unreasonable and threatening that his family and friends came to the conclusion that it was unsafe for him to be at large, and that his mind would be completely overthorwn unless he could be skillfully treated at once, and so he was brought before the commission of insanity, and upon their order taken to the asylum at Independence on the 6th day of this month. His case is very sad. He knew everybody and seemed to comprehend what was going on about him. He rebelled against being taken to the asylum and insisted he was well, and that his mind was perfectly clear. For some days after he went there, however, he was reasonably quiet and contented, but he soon became very violent and would not eat. The organs of his body refused to perform their proper functions. He was prostrated, and in a few days his pulse ran up to 140. The Superintendant became alarmed and dispatched the family that he could not live. His son, Mr. C.E. Zelie, and a few intimate friends started for Independence at once, and arrived there Friday evening. He was then in a comitose condtion, but rallied the next morning, and although quite violent, knew his son and the Webster City friends. He had another sinking spell about noon of that day and remained in a semi-unconscious condition 'till he died Sunday morning. His body was brought home and he was buried on Tuesday of this week. This ends the mortal career of one of the oldest and best known citizens of our town. For more than twenty-two years Mr. Zelie's life has been an open book before us, and the verdict of the people is that he was an honest man. He was always quiet and unassuming, but firm and self-reliant. He had opinions of his own and the courage to express them. He was a good neighbor and kind friend, generous with the poor, and always on the side of the defenceless and oppressed. "mindful not of himself."

He leaves survivng him, his widow, the bride of his early life and companion of a quarter century, and their son, C.E. Zelie, a promising young lawyer of this city, and a large circle of more remote relatives and friends here and elsewhere to mourn his loss, and the sympathy of the entire community will be entended to them in this their great bereavement.3 
Burial* Webster City, Hamilton Co., Iowa3 

Family

Lucinia C. Hubbard b. 10 Jan 1834, d. 2 May 1907
Marriage*10 May 1859 Spring Prairie, Wisconsin; Bride=Lucinia C. Hubbard1,3,4 
Child

Citations

  1. [S8] Evelyn Burlingame., A Genealogical History of the Hubbard Family and Allied Steele and Rowley Families (Unpublished 1975),.
  2. [S23] 1880 US Census, IA, Webster City, Hamilton Co., IA; ED 102, Page 189B.
  3. [S405] Clara A. (Hubbard) Dyke Stubbs and Hattiebelle (Hubbard) Lean., Scrapbook of Hubbard newspaper clippings relating to Hubbards from the Walworth Co. area of Wisconsin page 32. Death notice for Hiram Zelie (source newspaper not identified).
  4. [S411] James Ellis., LaGrange Pioneers (Reprinted August 1995 by the Walworth County Genealogical Society (originally published by the LaGrange Ladies Aid Society, 1935)),.
  5. [S337] 1870 US Census, Webster City, Hamilton Co., Iowa; Image 13.
  6. [S92] Obituary, Minneapolis Journal, Minneapolis, MN (24 September 1921),.

Margrete Marie v. Zernikow

F, b. 5 June 1790, d. 17 April 1856
Biography* Delgobe: Daughter of Oberstlieutn. Peder Nicolai v. Z. og Anna Hedevig Tidemand Meldal. 
Birth*5 Jun 1790 Lund i Oddernæs, Norway1 
Marriage*2 Jan 1812 Bergen, Hordaland, Norway; Groom=Jørgen Meldal Arentz1 
Death*17 Apr 1856 Hamar, Norway1 

Family

Jørgen Meldal Arentz b. 11 Jul 1782, d. 4 May 1853

Citations

  1. [S83] Ch Delgobe, Stamtavle over Familien Holber med Tilhørende Legater (C. Floors Forlgag, Bergen, 1884),.

Andrew August Zethren1

M, b. 28 March 1877
Name Variation August 
Birth*28 Mar 1877 Sweden2,3 
Immigration*10 Sep 1902 Boston, Massachusetts, US; 1930 census says immigrated in 1900;

From Liverpool to Boston on the Ivernia; Travelling with friend, John L. Swanson; Last Residence Gothenberg, 25 years; Arrived 10 Sep 19022,4 
Marriage*c 1906 August reported that he was 28 at the time of his marriage. Anna reported that she was 22.; Principal=Anna Katarina Liljendahl4,5 
Naturalization*1908 US2 
Residence1910 Minot, Ward Co., North Dakota; Merchant in Grocery Store, Age 33, Married 4 years5 
Employment*1918 Max, McLean Co., North Dakota; Merchant3 
WWI Draft*12 Sep 1918 Washburn, McLean Co., North dakota; Andrew August Zethren, age 41, registered for the draft on 12 September 1918. He was self-employed as a merchant, residing and working in Max, North Dakota and was a naturalized U.S. citizen.

August listed Anna K. Zethren as his nearest relative. He was described as medium height, stout build, with brown eyes and dark hair. He had no physical deformities.3 
Residence*1920 Max, McLean Co., North Dakota; Merchant, General Store2 
Residence1930 Max, McLean Co., North Dakota, US; Owns Home, Valued at $2,500; Shop Keeper in a General Store4 

Family

Anna Katarina Liljendahl b. 6 Dec 1882
Marriage*c 1906 August reported that he was 28 at the time of his marriage. Anna reported that she was 22.; Principal=Anna Katarina Liljendahl4,5 
Children

Citations

  1. [S528] Www.ancestry.com, Eric Grendander; Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota; 7 September 1918.
  2. [S95] 1920 US Federal Census, McLean Co, ND; ED 115, Sheet 13A.
  3. [S528] Www.ancestry.com, Andrew August Zethren; Washburn, McLean Co. North Dakota; 12 September 1918.
  4. [S367] 1930 US Federal Census, Max Village, McLean Co., ND; ED 28, Sheet 4A.
  5. [S94] 1910 US Federal Census, 3rd Ward - Minot, ND; ED 199, Sheet 21B.

Barbara Kathryn Elizabeth Zethren1

F, b. 31 October 1927, d. 12 January 2001
FatherAndrew August Zethren b. 28 Mar 1877
MotherAnna Katarina Liljendahl b. 6 Dec 1882
SSN* Minnesota; 476-30-0617, issued in MN1,2 
Occupation* Cook, Food Service 
Birth*31 Oct 1927 Max, McLean Co., North Dakota, US3,1,2 
Residence*1930 Max, McLean Co., North Dakota, US; Age 23 
Residence2001 3230 Nicollet Ave S #108, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota2 
Death*12 Jan 2001 3230 Nicollet Ave S #108, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota; Died of Natural Causes - Uremia; Hypertension. Found dead. Informant for death certificate was her niece, Kristin Zethren.1,4 
Cremation*17 Jan 2001 Metropolitan Crematory 

Citations

  1. [S7] Automated Archives., Social Security Death Index (CD ROM),.
  2. [S445] Barbara Kathryn Elizabeth Zethren, Death Certificate 2001-MN-501568, 31 Jan 2001,.
  3. [S367] 1930 US Federal Census, Max Village, McLean Co., ND; ED 28, Sheet 4A.
  4. [S445] Barbara Kathryn Elizabeth Zethren, Death Certificate 2001-MN-501568, 31 Jan 2001, State File #: 2001-MN-501568.

Edith Anna Margreta Zethren1

F, b. 27 July 1910, d. 28 June 1984
FatherAndrew August Zethren b. 28 Mar 1877
MotherAnna Katarina Liljendahl b. 6 Dec 1882
SSN* 468-03-8668. Mother's maiden name is Liljendahl1 
Birth*27 Jul 1910 North Dakota2,3,1 
Residence*1920 Max, McLean Co., North Dakota; Age 92 
Residence1930 Max, McLean Co., North Dakota; Age 19, clerk in a General Store3 
Death*28 Jun 1984 San Bernadino, California1 

Citations

  1. [S442] California Death Index 1940-1997, online at www.ancestry.com.
  2. [S95] 1920 US Federal Census, McLean Co, ND; ED 115, Sheet 13A.
  3. [S367] 1930 US Federal Census, Max Village, McLean Co., ND; ED 28, Sheet 4A.

George W. Zethren1

M, b. 2 August 1916, d. 19 February 2001
FatherAndrew August Zethren b. 28 Mar 1877
MotherAnna Katarina Liljendahl b. 6 Dec 1882
Employment* Pilot?

There are some Armed Forces/Pilot listings on the Internet which make me believe that George Zethren was a military pilot. Since there were no age or place references, it's possible that the listings refer to someone else with the same name. However, since Zethren is a rare name, since George's SS card was issued in Nebraska, and since he died on an airforce base in CA - I tend to think my first hunch is right. 
SSN* 505-52-5257, issued in NE1 
Birth*2 Aug 1916 North Dakota2,3,1 
Residence*1920 Max, McLean Co., North Dakota; Age 32 
Residence1930 Max, McLean Co., North Dakota; Age 133 
Death*19 Feb 2001 March Air Force Base, Riverside, California1 

Citations

  1. [S7] Automated Archives., Social Security Death Index (CD ROM),.
  2. [S95] 1920 US Federal Census, McLean Co, ND; ED 115, Sheet 13A.
  3. [S367] 1930 US Federal Census, Max Village, McLean Co., ND; ED 28, Sheet 4A.

Helge Zethren

M, b. 9 June 1907, d. October 1981
FatherAndrew August Zethren b. 28 Mar 1877
MotherAnna Katarina Liljendahl b. 6 Dec 1882
SSN* 501-03-5906, issued in ND1 
Note* 7/8/03: email sent to Karin-Marie Jacobi at KarinMJacobi@aol.com asking for family information. She is the grand-daughter of Helge and Marie Zethren.

7/8/03: email sent to Amber at az_maricopa@msn.com. She is a researcher on the Maricopa Co., AZ USGenweb project and indicates that she has a 10/23/81 obit for Helge Zethren. 
Marriage* Principal=Marie (?)2 
Birth*9 Jun 1907 North Dakota3,4,1 
Residence1910 Minot, Ward Co., North Dakota; Age 25 
Residence*1920 Max, McLean Co., North Dakota; Age 123 
Residence1930 Max, McLean Co., North Dakota; Age 224 
Death*Oct 1981 Phoenix, Maricopa Co., Arizona1 

Family

Marie (?)
Marriage* Principal=Marie (?)2 

Citations

  1. [S7] Automated Archives., Social Security Death Index (CD ROM),.
  2. [S248] Free Note:, Ancestry.com message from Karin-Marie Jacobi referring to her grandparents, Helge and Marie Zethren. 19 Feb 2001.
  3. [S95] 1920 US Federal Census, McLean Co, ND; ED 115, Sheet 13A.
  4. [S367] 1930 US Federal Census, Max Village, McLean Co., ND; ED 28, Sheet 4A.
  5. [S94] 1910 US Federal Census, 3rd Ward - Minot, ND; ED 199, Sheet 21B.

Elisabeth Catharina Zinn1

F
Married Name18 Jun 1798 Døderlein1 
Marriage*18 Jun 1798 Dinkelsbühl, Germany; Principal=Georg Friedrich Døderlein1 

Family

Georg Friedrich Døderlein b. 25 Jan 1774, d. 1828

Citations

  1. [S600] Christiane Toenne, e-mail address., Toenne-Hemme-Kretzschmar-Offerman Families (Ancestry.com private family tree),.

Marie Ødegaard1

F
Marriage* Principal=Hans Anton Andersen1 
Married Name Andersen1 

Family

Hans Anton Andersen
Child

Citations

  1. [S590] Otto Hjort, Stamtavle over En Norsk Familie Hjort (Grøndahl & Søns Bogtrykkeri, Kristiania, 1912), Page 26.

Ole Ørjansson Hunderi

M
Marriage*1759 Bride=Ingeborg Tomasdotter1 

Family

Ingeborg Tomasdotter b. 1736

Citations

  1. [S49] Bygdebok for Årdal (utgjevi Av Årdal Kommune, 1985),.