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Foreman, Elmer (1904 - 1958)
b. 14 JAN 1904 in Leroy, Ingram Co., MI
d. 1958

spouse: Bement, Ella E. (1907 - 1993)
- m. 11 FEB 1928

----------child: private
Foresman, David Watson (<1820 - )
b. BEF. 1820

spouse: McCormick, Margaret (<1820 - )
----------child: Foresman, Mary Alice (1840 - 1915)
Foresman, Mary Alice (1840 - 1915)
b. 1840
d. 1915

father: Foresman, David Watson(<1820 - )
mother: McCormick, Margaret(<1820 - )
spouse: Williams, Samuel Norris (1841 - 1911)
- m. 21 NOV 1866

----------child: Williams, Alice (>1866 - )
Forester, Loren Bailey (~1840 - >1913)
b. ABT. 1840 in Ontario, Canada
d. AFT. 1913 in probably at Forester's Landing, NY

spouse: Atkins, Christine Robe (>1840 - >1913)
----------child: Forrester, George Loren (1864 - >1913)
Forgerson, Clara Novelle (~1889 - )
b. ABT. 1889

spouse: Mooney, Ivan Clinton (1889 - 1970)
- m. 21 AUG 1912

Forrester, George Loren (1864 - >1913)
b. 31 JAN 1864 in Clyde Twp., St. Clair Co., MI
d. AFT. 1913

father: Forester, Loren Bailey(~1840 - >1913)
mother: Atkins, Christine Robe(>1840 - >1913)
He was connected with the Chicago + Alton Railroad, with residence at South Bend, Indiana.
spouse: Potter, Ada M. (1876 - >1913)
- m. 15 AUG 1910 in Grand Rapids, Kent Co., MI

Foster, Charles (<1809 - )
b. BEF. 1809

spouse: Reynolds, Clarissa Goodwin (1809 - )
- m. AFT. 1830

Foster, Hannah S. (1744 - 1825)
b. 4 SEP 1744 in Boxford, Essex Co., MA
d. 3 DEC 1825

spouse: Peabody, Moses (1744 - 1826)
- m. 26 MAY 1767 in Mass.

----------child: Peabody, John (1768 - 1835)
Foster, Harrison Bement (>1868 - >1912)
b. AFT. 1868
d. AFT. 1912 in of Delavan, Walworth Co., WI

father: Foster, Joseph(~1845 - )
mother: Bement, Ellen M.(>1845 - <1914)
Foster, Ida (~1854 - >1913)
b. ABT. 1854
d. AFT. 1913 in of Wakefield, Middlesex Co., MA

spouse: Bement, Joseph W. (1854 - >1913)
- m. in maybe Tompkinsville, Monroe Co., KY

Foster, Iva (>1870 - >1912)
b. AFT. 1870
d. AFT. 1912

father: Foster, Joseph(~1845 - )
mother: Bement, Ellen M.(>1845 - <1914)
Foster, Joseph (~1845 - )
b. ABT. 1845 in Galena Twp., LaPorte Co., IN

spouse: Bement, Ellen M. (>1845 - <1914)
- m. AFT. 1865

----------child: Foster, Roy (>1866 - >1912)
----------child: Foster, Harrison Bement (>1868 - >1912)
----------child: Foster, Iva (>1870 - >1912)
Foster, Lois (1782 - 1847)
b. 8 JUN 1782 in Fairfield County, CT
d. 12 DEC 1847 in Van Buren, Onondaga Co., NY

spouse: Barnes, Phineas III (1782 - 1825)
- m. 1802 in Onondaga Co., NY

Foster, Marion (~1817 - )
b. ABT. 1817

spouse: Bemis, Alfred (1817 - 1876)
- m. 30 SEP 1846

----------child: Bemis, William (>1846 - )
----------child: Bemis, Charles (>1847 - )
----------child: Bemis, Daughter (>1849 - )
Foster, Melinda S. (~1900 - )
b. ABT. 1900

spouse: Comer, Pearl H. (~1900 - )
----------child: private
Foster, Roy (>1866 - >1912)
b. AFT. 1866
d. AFT. 1912 in of Michigan City, LaPorte Co., IN

father: Foster, Joseph(~1845 - )
mother: Bement, Ellen M.(>1845 - <1914)
Foulkerod, Elizabeth (1813 - 1906)
b. SEP 1813 in Loyalsock Twp., Lycoming Co., PA
d. 1906

father: Foulkerod, Philip(1787 - 1872)
mother: Page, Barbara(>1787 - >1837)
spouse: Casselberry, Charles (1811 - 1889)
- m. ABT. 1831

----------child: Casselberry, Benjamin (1832 - )
----------child: Casselberry, Barbara (1834 - 1923)
----------child: Casselberry, Hannah (1836 - 1892)
----------child: Casselberry, Elias (1837 - 1912)
----------child: Casselberry, Abram B. (1839 - 1923)
----------child: Casselberry, Thomas (1843 - 1917)
----------child: Casselberry, John (1845 - )
----------child: Casselberry, Sarah (1846 - )
----------child: Casselberry, Kate (1848 - )
----------child: Casselberry, George (1850 - )
Foulkerod, Philip (1787 - 1872)
b. 26 JUL 1787 in Lycoming Co., PA
d. 29 MAY 1872 in Lycoming Co., PA

spouse: Page, Barbara (>1787 - >1837)
----------child: Foulkerod, Elizabeth (1813 - 1906)
Fowler, Bessie (>1862 - )
b. AFT. 1862

father: Fowler, W. Henry(1838 - )
mother: Donaldson, Mary(>1838 - )
Fowler, Caroline (>1804 - )
b. AFT. 1804

father: Fowler, Roger(<1775 - )
mother: Bement, Mary(1775 - 1850)
Fowler, Dwight (>1832 - )
b. AFT. 1832

father: Fowler, William(>1808 - )
mother: ???, Emeline(>1808 - )
Fowler, Elizabeth (>1797 - )
b. AFT. 1797
d. in Salt Lake City, S.L. Co., UT

father: Fowler, Roger(<1775 - )
mother: Bement, Mary(1775 - 1850)
spouse: Hills, Samuel (~1797 - )
----------child: Hills, Mary (>1820 - <1850)
----------child: Hills, Louis (>1822 - )
Fowler, Fernando (>1830 - )
b. AFT. 1830

father: Fowler, William(>1808 - )
mother: ???, Emeline(>1808 - )
Fowler, Harry E. (~1860 - )
b. ABT. 1860

father: Fowler, W. Henry(1838 - )
mother: Donaldson, Mary(>1838 - )
Fowler, Jane (>1835 - )
b. AFT. 1835

father: Fowler, William(>1808 - )
mother: ???, Emeline(>1808 - )
spouse: Camp, William (<1835 - )
Fowler, Jennette (1810 - 1874)
b. 26 APR 1810 in West Springfield, MA
d. 24 MAY 1874 in Ashtabula, Ashtabula Co., OH

father: Fowler, Roger(<1775 - )
mother: Bement, Mary(1775 - 1850)
Jennette Fowler married Frederick William Sykes of Springfield, Massachusetts who was a shoemaker by trade. He was also somewhat wanted for his musical abilities while residing at Wooster, Ohio where he became an instructor of music. After he removed to Ashtabula he became an officer of the Baptist church and also Justice of the Peace. He was an active Christian man, and commanded the respect and esteem of his fellow townsmen. He died at his daughters home in Madison, Ohio. (Source: Arthur M. Sikes, Jr., Suffield, CT, March 1999)
spouse: Sykes, Frederick William (1807 - 1885)
- m. 3 OCT 1832 in West Springfield, MA

----------child: Sykes, Sarah Ann (1834 - 1834)
----------child: Sykes, Ellen Jennette (1836 - 1839)
----------child: Sykes, Frederick William Jr. (1838 - 1839)
----------child: Sykes, Lavinia A. (1841 - )
----------child: Sykes, Calista Maria (1844 - )
----------child: Sykes, Mary Eliza (1849 - )
Fowler, John S. (1829 - 1903)
b. 1829
d. 1903 in Madison, Lake Co., OH

father: Fowler, Oliver(1799 - 1882)
mother: Smith, Rebecca(>1799 - )
John Fowler and his wife, Adaline, are buried in Genung Cemetery, Madison, Lake Co., OH.
spouse: Rawson, Adaline (>1829 - )
----------child: Fowler, Norman W. (1851 - 1862)
Fowler, Maria (1807 - 1857)
b. 1807
d. 1857 in Onarga, IL

father: Fowler, Roger(<1775 - )
mother: Bement, Mary(1775 - 1850)
spouse: Gilbert, Bethel Potter (<1807 - )
- m. in Lake County, OH

----------child: Gilbert, Alonzo (>1828 - )
----------child: Gilbert, Edwin (>1830 - )
----------child: Gilbert, Henry (>1832 - ~1832)
----------child: Gilbert, Mary Amelia (1837 - 1924)
----------child: Gilbert, Sarah Ellen (1840 - 1892)
Fowler, Marilla (>1795 - )
b. AFT. 1795
d. in Paw Paw, Lee Co., IL

father: Fowler, Roger(<1775 - )
mother: Bement, Mary(1775 - 1850)
spouse: Warriner, Norman (~1795 - )
----------child: Warriner, Caroline (>1820 - )
----------child: Warriner, Norman (>1822 - ~1822)
----------child: Warriner, Oliver (1826 - )
----------child: Warriner, Marilla (>1827 - )
----------child: Warriner, Remington (1833 - 1882)
Fowler, Mary (>1812 - )
b. AFT. 1812
d. in Vermont

father: Fowler, Roger(<1775 - )
mother: Bement, Mary(1775 - 1850)
spouse: LaSalle, Adoniram (<1810 - )
----------child: LaSalle, Norman (>1830 - ~1830)
Fowler, Mary (>1832 - )
b. AFT. 1832

father: Fowler, Oliver(1799 - 1882)
mother: Smith, Rebecca(>1799 - )
spouse: Dean, Bert (~1832 - )
----------child: Dean, Lottie (~1855 - )
----------child: Dean, Bert Jr. (>1858 - )
Fowler, Mercy (<1748 - >1803)
b. BEF. 1748
d. AFT. 23 SEP 1803

father: Fowler, Samuel(~1700 - )
spouse: Bement, Judah (1735 - >1803)
- m. BEF. 1765

----------child: Bement, Marcy (1765 - 1846)
----------child: Bement, Lucy (1768 - )
----------child: Bement, Letty (1771 - )
----------child: Bement, Triphena (1773 - )
----------child: Bement, Anne (1775 - )
----------child: Bement, Judah (1777 - 1843)
----------child: Bement, Oliver (1781 - )
----------child: Bement, Walter (1784 - )
Fowler, Norman W. (1840 - 1843)
b. 1840
d. 25 DEC 1843 in Madison, Lake Co., OH

father: Fowler, Oliver(1799 - 1882)
mother: Smith, Rebecca(>1799 - )
Fowler, Norman W. (1851 - 1862)
b. 19 APR 1851 in Madison, Lake Co., OH
d. 22 APR 1862 in Madison, Lake Co., OH

father: Fowler, John S.(1829 - 1903)
mother: Rawson, Adaline(>1829 - )
Fowler, Oliver (1799 - 1882)
b. 10 FEB 1799 in Massachusetts
d. 9 JUL 1882 in Madison, Lake Co., OH

father: Fowler, Roger(<1775 - )
mother: Bement, Mary(1775 - 1850)
Oliver Fowler came to Ohio in 1837, taking up land in Lake County, near Madison, Ohio. He and his wife, Rebecca, are buried in Genung Cemetery, Madison, Lake Co., OH.
spouse: Smith, Rebecca (>1799 - )
----------child: Fowler, John S. (1829 - 1903)
----------child: Fowler, Mary (>1832 - )
----------child: Fowler, W. Henry (1838 - )
----------child: Fowler, Norman W. (1840 - 1843)
Fowler, Roger (<1775 - )
b. BEF. 1775

spouse: Bement, Mary (1775 - 1850)
- m. 2 APR 1795 in Massachusetts

----------child: Fowler, Marilla (>1795 - )
----------child: Fowler, Elizabeth (>1797 - )
----------child: Fowler, Oliver (1799 - 1882)
----------child: Fowler, Sarinda (>1800 - )
----------child: Fowler, Caroline (>1804 - )
----------child: Fowler, Maria (1807 - 1857)
----------child: Fowler, William (>1808 - )
----------child: Fowler, Jennette (1810 - 1874)
----------child: Fowler, Mary (>1812 - )
----------child: Fowler, Salina Miles (1818 - 1883)
Fowler, Roger (>1837 - )
b. AFT. 1837

father: Fowler, William(>1808 - )
mother: ???, Emeline(>1808 - )
Fowler, Salina Miles (1818 - 1883)
b. 3 OCT 1818 in Franklin, St. Albins Twp., VT
d. 29 DEC 1883 in Painesville, Lake Co., OH

father: Fowler, Roger(<1775 - )
mother: Bement, Mary(1775 - 1850)
spouse: McMackin, William (<1818 - )
- m. 1839 in Madison, Lake Co., OH

----------child: McMackin, Roger F. (1840 - 1841)
----------child: McMackin, John (1841 - 1924)
----------child: McMackin, Mary Jane (1846 - 1921)
----------child: McMackin, Elizabeth Ann (1848 - )
----------child: McMackin, Oliver F. (1850 - 1851)
----------child: McMackin, Oliver L. (1852 - 1856)
----------child: McMackin, Caroline (1855 - 1926)
----------child: McMackin, Flora (1858 - )
Fowler, Samuel (~1700 - )
b. ABT. 1700

spouse:
----------child: Fowler, Mercy (<1748 - >1803)
Fowler, Sarinda (>1800 - )
b. AFT. 1800

father: Fowler, Roger(<1775 - )
mother: Bement, Mary(1775 - 1850)
Fowler, W. Henry (1838 - )
b. 6 MAR 1838

father: Fowler, Oliver(1799 - 1882)
mother: Smith, Rebecca(>1799 - )
spouse: Donaldson, Mary (>1838 - )
----------child: Fowler, Harry E. (~1860 - )
----------child: Fowler, Bessie (>1862 - )
Fowler, William (>1808 - )
b. AFT. 1808

father: Fowler, Roger(<1775 - )
mother: Bement, Mary(1775 - 1850)
spouse: ???, Emeline (>1808 - )
----------child: Fowler, Fernando (>1830 - )
----------child: Fowler, Dwight (>1832 - )
----------child: Fowler, Jane (>1835 - )
----------child: Fowler, Roger (>1837 - )
Fox, Erastus Henry (1822 - 1890)
b. 12 MAR 1822 in of Hartford, CT
d. 15 OCT 1890 in Westin, Wood Co., OH

spouse: Bement, Susan D. (1823 - )
- m. 14 MAR 1844 in Suffield, CT

Fox, Olga Mary (>1890 - )
b. AFT. 1890

spouse: Sloneker, Herbert William (1890 - 1977)
- m. 24 DEC 1912

France, Constance of (>1120 - )
b. AFT. 1120

spouse: Eustace, ? IV, Count of Boulogne (1130 - 1153)
- m. FEB 1139/40

France, Henrietta Maria of (1609 - 1669)
b. 1609
d. 1669

father: Henry, ? IV, King of France(1553 - 1610)
spouse: Charles, ? I, King of England (1600 - 1650)
- m. 1625

----------child: Charles, ? II, King of England (1630 - 1686)
----------child: Mary, Princess Royal (1631 - 1660)
----------child: James, ? II, King of England (1633 - 1701)
----------child: Henry, Duke of Gloucester (1640 - 1660)
France, Louis XII King of (1462 - 1515)
b. 27 JUL 1462 in Blois, France
d. 1 JAN 1514/15 in Paris, France
Louis XII (1462-1515), king of France (1498-1515), son of Charles, duke of Orléans, born in Blois. Louis was imprisoned from 1487 to 1490 for rebellion against King Charles VIII of France. Louis was a popular king, and his financial and judicial reforms and the mildness of his rule earned him the epithet Father of the People. He led several armies in Italy, where he pursued a policy of French aggrandizement from 1499 until a coalition of powers compelled his withdrawal in 1513. He was succeeded by his son-in-law, Francis I.

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spouse: Tudor, Mary (1498 - 1533)
- m. 9 OCT 1514

France, Margaret of (~1282 - 1317)
b. ABT. 1282
d. 1317

father: Philip, ? III, King of France(1245 - 1285)
spouse: Edward, ? I, Longshanks, King of England (1239 - 1307)
- m. AFT. 1290

Francis, ? I, King of France (1494 - 1547)
b. 12 SEP 1494 in Cognac, France
d. 1547
Francis I (of France) (1494-1547), king of France from 1515 to 1547, remembered for his rivalry with the Habsburg Holy Roman Emperor Charles V, for his patronage of arts and letters, and for his governmental reforms.

Born at Cognac, France, on September 12, 1494, Francis represented the Angoulême branch of the Valois dynasty, succeeding Louis XII, the last of the Orleanist branch, in 1515. His mother, Louise of Savoy, and his elder sister, Margaret of Navarre, influenced his upbringing and remained close to him during his reign. His first wife was Louis XII's daughter Claude.

The Valois-Habsburg Wars In 1515 Francis commanded a spectacular victory over the Swiss at Marignano, which enabled him to seize the Italian duchy of Milan. In 1519 he was a candidate for the throne of the Holy Roman Empire, but the imperial electors chose Charles of Habsburg instead. Francis then embarked on a war against Charles in Italy, but was defeated and captured at Pavia in 1525. Imprisoned in Spain, he was ransomed and returned to France in 1527. After another round of fighting, the two monarchs made peace in 1529, and Francis married the emperor's sister, Eleanor.

Further inconclusive wars were fought against the Habsburgs from 1536 to 1538 and from 1542 to 1544. In this period Francis, a Catholic, did not hesitate to ally himself with German Protestant princes and with Muslim Turks.

Religious and Financial Policies Under his sister's influence Francis was sympathetic to Protestantism, especially in its humanist form, when it appeared in France in the 1520s. In the 1530s, however, he abandoned his earlier tolerance and became a persecutor of the French Protestants. The king had concluded a concordat with the papacy at Bologna in 1516, thereby gaining greater control of the French Catholic church.

The cost of war obliged Francis to undertake extensive reforms. He floated government bonds, punished royal fiscal agents who misappropriated funds, and twice reorganized the treasury. He began to openly sell judicial and financial offices, creating a new class of ennobled magistrates, which remained an important element in French governmental and social structures until the French Revolution began in 1789. The traditional nobility served in his armies and sought to secure the patronage of the king or his favorites among the magnates. In this way factions arose, and when the king died in 1547 his reign had lost much of its glamor.

Patronage of Art and Learning Francis adopted the pose of a chivalric king, the first gentleman of his kingdom, although his autocratic statecraft was imbued with a shrewd realism. His patronage of the arts was intended to augment the splendor of his court. He brought Leonardo da Vinci and other great Italian artists to France to design and ornament his châteaux. He employed the scholar Guillaume Budé in creating a royal library and in founding professorships of Greek, Latin, and Hebrew, which formed the nucleus of the later Collège de France. (Source: J.H.M. Salmon)

spouse:
----------child: de Valois, Madeleine Princess of France (1520 - 1537)
Francis, ? II, King of France (1544 - 1560)
b. 1544 in Fontainebleau, France
d. 1560
Francis II (of France) (1544-60), king of France (1559-60), born in Fontainebleau, the eldest son of Henry II. In 1558 Francis married Mary, queen of Scots. Francis was a mental and physical weakling and was dominated by François, duke of Guise, and Cardinal Charles of Lorraine, the uncles of his wife. These two men, who in effect were the rulers during Francis's brief reign, tried to repress the growing political power of the Protestants in France. His death ended the ascendancy of the Guises at court.

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spouse: Mary, Queen of Scots (1542 - 1587)
- m. 1558

Franklin, Elisha W. (<1860 - )
b. BEF. 1860

spouse: Barnaby, Flora Ann (1860 - )
- m. 6 APR 1877

Franklin, Jack R. (1924 - 1945)
b. 7 APR 1924 in Benton County, AR
d. 30 JUL 1945 in at sea in World War II

father: Franklin, William(1882 - 1967)
mother: Bement, Ethel L.(1891 - 1964)
Jack R. Franklin died at sea on the U.S.S. Indianapolis during World War II when the ship was sunk by a Japanese submarine.

Franklin, William (1882 - 1967)
b. 10 JUN 1882 in Washington Co., AR
d. OCT 1967 in Lowell, AR

spouse: Bement, Ethel L. (1891 - 1964)
- m. ABT. 1915

----------child: private
----------child: private
----------child: private
----------child: private
----------child: Franklin, Jack R. (1924 - 1945)
Franklin\Ellis, Orpah (~1809 - )
b. ABT. 1809 in New York

spouse: Castile, John (~1801 - )
- m. ABT. 1830

----------child: Castile, Antonette (1836 - 1904)
Franks, Anne (>1882 - 1925)
b. AFT. 1882
d. 15 JUL 1925

spouse: Bement, John James (1882 - 1927)
- m. BEF. 1914

----------child: private
----------child: Bement, Alta Blanche (1915 - 1947)
----------child: Bement, John Leroy (1925 - 1964)
Frasier, Daniel Lee (1977 - 1995)
b. 26 SEP 1977 in Madigan, WA
d. 24 MAR 1995 in Hillsboro, OR

father: private
mother: private
Frazier, Lucretia (<1800 - )
b. BEF. 1800

spouse: Bingham, William (<1800 - )
----------child: Bingham, Charlotte (1821 - 1891)
Frederick, ? III, Emperor of Germany (1831 - 1888)
b. 15 OCT 1831 in Potsdam, Germany
d. 15 JAN 1888
Frederick III (of Prussia) (1831-1888), king of Prussia and emperor of Germany from March 9 to June 15, 1888, and the son of Emperor William I. Frederick was born in Potsdam, Germany. When his father succeeded to the throne of Prussia in 1861, Frederick became Frederick William, crown prince of Prussia. Liberal in his political views, Frederick opposed the conservative policies of the German chancellor, Prince Otto von Bismarck. Although Frederick opposed war, he became commander of an army and led Prussian forces to victory over the Austrians at the Battle of Sadová (also known as Sadowa) in 1866, which terminated the Seven Weeks' War. During the Franco-Prussian War of 1870 and 1871, Frederick commanded the armies of the southern German states, participating in the Battle of Sedan and the siege of Paris, France.

A man of learning and culture, Frederick patronized art and literature and encouraged the work of the royal museums. As Crown Prince Frederick William, he was genially called "Our Fritz" by the German people, most of whom anticipated with pleasure his accession to the throne. Frederick became ill, however, in 1887 and lived only three months after succeeding to the throne on his father's death in 1888. He was in turn succeeded by his son, William II.

spouse: Victoria, Princess Royal (1840 - 1901)
- m. 25 JAN 1858

Frederick, ? V, King of Bohemia (1596 - 1632)
b. 1596
d. 1632

spouse: Bohemia, Elizabeth of (1596 - 1662)
- m. 1613

----------child: Hanover, Sophia of (1630 - 1714)
Frederick, Charlotte (1744 - 1818)
b. 1744
d. 1818

spouse: George, ? III, King of Great Britain (1738 - 1820)
- m. 8 SEP 1761

----------child: George, ? IV, King of Great Britain (1762 - 1830)
----------child: William, ? IV, King of Great Britain (1765 - 1837)
----------child: Augustus, Edward Duke of Kent (1767 - 1820)
Frederick, Henry Prince of Wales (1594 - 1612)
b. 1594
d. 1612

father: James, ? I, King of England(1566 - 1625)
mother: Denmark, Anne of(1574 - 1619)
Freed, John (~1832 - )
b. ABT. 1832

spouse: Stevens, Jane Eliza (~1832 - )
Freeman, Peter (<1863 - )
b. BEF. 1863

spouse: Crandle, Mary Carrabell (1867 - 1944)
- m. 29 SEP 1886

Freeman, Stephen E. (~1840 - )
b. ABT. 1840

spouse: Bement, Biantha (~1840 - )
- m. 3 SEP 1859

French, Patience (<1700 - )
b. BEF. 1700

spouse: Fairman, James (<1700 - )
----------child: Fairman, Benjamin (~1719 - 1760)
Frendt, Erna Anna (1902 - 1978)
b. 18 OCT 1902
d. 19 JUN 1978

father: Frendt, Louis(1871 - 1944)
mother: Erick, Dora M.(1864 - 1927)
spouse: Bileske, Harry George (1899 - 1972)
- m. 11 JAN 1922

----------child: private
----------child: private
Frendt, Louis (1871 - 1944)
b. 17 JAN 1871
d. 24 OCT 1944

spouse: Erick, Dora M. (1864 - 1927)
- m. ABT. 1900

----------child: Frendt, Erna Anna (1902 - 1978)
Frieburg, Anna O. (1872 - )
b. 21 APR 1872 in Obrion Co., IA

father: Frieburg, Rudolph(1835 - 1911)
mother: Bement, Mary Jane(1850 - 1910)
spouse: Town, Bert J. (~1872 - )
- m. 23 SEP 1902 in Portland, OR

Frieburg, Arthur W. (1874 - )
b. 22 FEB 1874 in Obrion Co., IA

father: Frieburg, Rudolph(1835 - 1911)
mother: Bement, Mary Jane(1850 - 1910)
spouse: Hammond, Maude (>1874 - )
- m. 5 MAR 1902 in Nashua, Chickasaw Co., IA

Frieburg, Charles A. (1881 - 1890)
b. 10 SEP 1881 in Bremer Co., IA
d. 8 OCT 1890

father: Frieburg, Rudolph(1835 - 1911)
mother: Bement, Mary Jane(1850 - 1910)
Frieburg, Frank L. (1879 - )
b. 1 JUN 1879 in Dixon Co., IA

father: Frieburg, Rudolph(1835 - 1911)
mother: Bement, Mary Jane(1850 - 1910)
spouse: Neven, Teresa (>1879 - )
- m. 22 JAN 1908 in Portland, OR

Frieburg, Lorena Beth (1884 - 1952)
b. 27 JAN 1884 in Nashua, Chickasaw Co., IA
d. 4 OCT 1952 in Torrance, Los Angeles Co., CA

father: Frieburg, Rudolph(1835 - 1911)
mother: Bement, Mary Jane(1850 - 1910)
After her husband Henry Edgar died she moved the rest of her family out to Oregon where her sister Anna lived. [Brøderbund WFT Vol. 13, Ed. 1, Tree #3328, Date of Import: 6 Oct 1999]
spouse: Delaney, Henry Edgar (1875 - 1938)
- m. 2 SEP 1906 in Akeley, Hubbard Co., MN

----------child: Delaney, Garwood Franklin (1907 - 1984)
----------child: private
----------child: private
----------child: Delaney, Eunice Louella (1912 - 1912)
----------child: Delaney, June (1914 - 1914)
----------child: Delaney, Kathleen Mae (1916 - 1994)
----------child: Delaney, Joseph Franklin (1919 - 1919)
----------child: private
----------child: Delaney, Mary Anne (1930 - 1930)
Frieburg, Rudolph (1835 - 1911)
b. 14 FEB 1835 in Switzerland
d. 2 JAN 1911

spouse: Bement, Mary Jane (1850 - 1910)
- m. 3 JAN 1871 in Freemont Twp., Plainsville Co., IA

----------child: Frieburg, Anna O. (1872 - )
----------child: Frieburg, Arthur W. (1874 - )
----------child: Frieburg, Ulysses H. (1877 - )
----------child: Frieburg, Frank L. (1879 - )
----------child: Frieburg, Charles A. (1881 - 1890)
----------child: Frieburg, Lorena Beth (1884 - 1952)
Frieburg, Ulysses H. (1877 - )
b. 4 DEC 1877 in Bremer Co., IA

father: Frieburg, Rudolph(1835 - 1911)
mother: Bement, Mary Jane(1850 - 1910)
spouse: ???, Beatrice (>1877 - )
Friends, Rhoda (~1820 - )
b. ABT. 1820

spouse: Smith, Joshua (~1820 - )
----------child: Smith, Alexander (1848 - >1913)
Friesner, Barbara Jane (1929 - 1982)
b. 30 MAY 1929 in Sac City, Sac Co., IA
d. 29 NOV 1982 in Manning, Carroll Co., IA

father: Friesner, Robert Eugene(1900 - 1973)
mother: Schertz, Alma Edna(1902 - 1957)
spouse: private
- m. 26 FEB 1948

----------child: private
----------child: private
----------child: private
----------child: private
----------child: private
----------child: private
----------child: private
----------child: private
Friesner, Bessie LaVon (1932 - 1987)
b. 29 APR 1932
d. 3 DEC 1987

father: Friesner, Robert Eugene(1900 - 1973)
mother: Schertz, Alma Edna(1902 - 1957)
spouse: private
- m. 27 DEC 1947 in Roosevelt, Roseau Co., MN

----------child: private
----------child: private
----------child: private
Friesner, Eldon Joseph (1924 - 1978)
b. 17 NOV 1924
d. 30 DEC 1978

father: Friesner, Robert Eugene(1900 - 1973)
mother: Schertz, Alma Edna(1902 - 1957)
spouse: private
- m. 2 FEB 1944 in Rockwell City, Calhoun Co., IA

----------child: private
----------child: private
----------child: private
----------child: private
Friesner, Marie Alice (1926 - 1988)
b. 5 AUG 1926
d. 26 JUL 1988

father: Friesner, Robert Eugene(1900 - 1973)
mother: Schertz, Alma Edna(1902 - 1957)
Marie is buried at Hope Cemetery in rural Manson, Calhoun Co., Iowa.
spouse: private
- m. 27 DEC 1955

Friesner, Robert Eugene (1900 - 1973)
b. 24 SEP 1900
d. 5 OCT 1973 in Roosevelt, Roseau Co., MN

spouse: Schertz, Alma Edna (1902 - 1957)
- m. 18 AUG 1923

----------child: Friesner, Eldon Joseph (1924 - 1978)
----------child: Friesner, Marie Alice (1926 - 1988)
----------child: Friesner, Barbara Jane (1929 - 1982)
----------child: Friesner, Bessie LaVon (1932 - 1987)
----------child: private
----------child: private
----------child: private
----------child: private
Friswith, Eve (~1561 - 1581)
b. ABT. 1561
d. 1581

spouse: Sanford, Thomas (1556 - 1597)
- m. BEF. 1580

Fritz, Catherine (>1786 - <1810)
b. AFT. 1786
d. BEF. 1810

spouse: Augspurger, Jacob (1786 - 1846)
- m. 18 MAY 1807 in Sainte-Marie-aux-Mines, Upper Rhine, Germany

----------child: Augspurger, Anne (1808 - 1808)
Frolich, John Anton (>1900 - )
b. AFT. 1900

spouse: Weise, Dorothy Amelia (>1900 - )
----------child: private
Frost, Arvilla Theresa (1829 - 1913)
b. 19 FEB 1829 in Charlemont, Franklin Co., MA
d. 31 JAN 1913 in Brattleboro, Windham Co., VT

father: Frost, John F.(~1800 - )
mother: Carter, Elmina C.(~1800 - )
spouse: Bement, Daniel Holmes (1823 - 1907)
- m. 12 NOV 1847 in Buckland, Franklin Co., MA (Source: Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Ut, Film #0873740)

----------child: Bement, Milton Alonzo (1849 - >1902)
----------child: Bement, Alfreda Elizabeth (1851 - )
----------child: Bement, Jennie M. (1855 - 1861)
----------child: Bement, Lucy Ina (1860 - 1943)
Frost, Eliza Augusta (>1831 - )
b. AFT. 1831

spouse: Sanford, Philemon (1831 - 1898)
- m. 24 APR 1861

Frost, Joel Knapp (1823 - 1888)
b. 1823 in New York
d. 11 OCT 1888 in Chapman, KS

spouse: Sanford, Phebe Syrena (1825 - 1850)
- m. 22 FEB 1843

Frost, John F. (~1800 - )
b. ABT. 1800

spouse: Carter, Elmina C. (~1800 - )
----------child: Frost, Arvilla Theresa (1829 - 1913)
Frost, Josephine Myre (1853 - 1931)
b. 25 OCT 1853
d. 20 OCT 1931 in Melber, Graves Co., KY

spouse: Bement, Leroy Sidney (1845 - 1914)
- m. 14 MAR 1875

----------child: Bement, Nora Belle (1875 - 1937)
----------child: Bement, Frederic (1877 - 1954)
----------child: Bement, Edward (1879 - 1903)
----------child: Bement, Bertha (1882 - )
----------child: Bement, Grace (1884 - 1886)
----------child: Bement, Homer Leroy (1895 - 1976)
Frost, Rae Captola (1890 - 1969)
b. 11 SEP 1890 in Midland County, MI
d. 22 FEB 1969 in Alma, MI

spouse: Hooker, Roy Willis (1884 - 1972)
----------child: Hooker, Lynn Elwin (1910 - 1983)
Frost, Rebecca (~1640 - 1688)
b. ABT. 1640 in Winter Harbor, Hancock Co., ME
d. 25 DEC 1688

spouse: Booth, Simeon (1641 - 1703)
- m. 5 JAN 1663/64

----------child: Booth, Bridget (~1670 - 1714)
Frostasson, Skjalf (~0428 - )
b. ABT. 428 in Finland

father: Frosti, ?(*0393 - )
spouse: Dagsson, Agni (~0424 - )
----------child: Agnasson, Alrek (~0445 - )
Frosti, ? (*0393 - )
spouse:
----------child: Frostasson, Skjalf (~0428 - )
Fry, Elizabeth (1809 - 1894)
b. 10 JUL 1809 in Mercer, PA, USA
d. 22 JUL 1894 in Fennimore, Grant, WI, USA
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Original info from Barbara Rector. Obituary from Fennimore Times Review-2 Aug 1894, from Floyd Hazen: " Mrs. Elizabeth Hunter was born in PA in 1809 + came to WI with her husband, Hiram Hunter, in 1852, settling on a farm two miles north of Fennimore where they resided until 1889. Then selling their farm they moved to the village of Fennimore, where in short time, he died...After his death she made her home with her daughter Mrs. Maria Monteith. She gave her heart to God at the age of 17 + joined the Methodist Church. After coming to WI she united with the United Brethren Church + remained .... The deceased leaves many friends, eight children, four sons + four daughters; (9 chn. when Hiram died).... Funeral services were held at the Fennimore U.B. Church, July 23 1894." Additional info from Katherine Weaver.

spouse: Hunter, Hiram (1803 - 1889)
- m. 23 JUL 1889 in Fennimore, Grant, WI, USA

----------child: Hunter, Isabel (1835 - 1909)
----------child: Hunter, William James (1850 - 1924)
Fry, Sylvester Wes (1849 - 1921)
b. 1 FEB 1849 in Pennsylvania
d. 21 JUL 1921

spouse: Beaumont, Mariah Doll (~1859 - ~1935)
- m. 9 FEB 1873

Fry, Veronica (>1827 - )
b. AFT. 1827

spouse: Augspurger, Moses (1827 - 1905)
- m. 23 FEB 1851 in Butler County, OH

Fuelhart, Charles (~1877 - )
b. ABT. 1877 in Tidicut, Warren Co., PA

spouse: Dowler, Julie Gertrude (1877 - >1914)
----------child: Fuelhart, Mary Elizabeth (1915 - ~1916)
Fuelhart, Mary Elizabeth (1915 - ~1916)
b. 12 MAY 1915
d. ABT. APR 1916

father: Fuelhart, Charles(~1877 - )
mother: Dowler, Julie Gertrude(1877 - >1914)
Died in the spring of 1916 of tubercular meningitis.

Fuhr, Helen Glenrose (1869 - 1976)
b. 22 FEB 1869 in Bardolph, McDonough Co., IL
d. 24 JAN 1976 in Hamilton, Hancock Co., IL

spouse: Markham, Harry Valasco (1888 - 1962)
- m. 30 JUN 1913 in Keokuk, Lee Co., IA

----------child: Markham, Danny Max (1914 - 1976)
----------child: private
----------child: private
Fulk, ? IV, Count of Anjou (1043 - ~1109)
b. 1043
d. ABT. 14 APR 1109

spouse: de Montford, Bertrade (<1075 - )
- m. 1090

----------child: Fulk, ? V, the Young, King of Jerusalem (1092 - 1142)
Fulk, ? V, the Young, King of Jerusalem (1092 - 1142)
b. 1092 in Anjou, France
d. 13 NOV 1142 in Jerusalem

father: Fulk, ? IV, Count of Anjou(1043 - ~1109)
mother: de Montford, Bertrade(<1075 - )
The Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem was a medieval Christian state comprising what is now Israel, as well as parts of Jordan and Lebanon, with its capital at Jerusalem. Established at the time of the First Crusade in 1099, it lasted until 1291. When Jerusalem was taken from the Muslims, on July 15, 1099, it became necessary for the Christian conquerors to establish some permanent rule for the Holy City and for such other conquests as Antioch (now Antakya, Turkey) and Edessa (now Urfa, Turkey). They adopted the feudal system of government, the only system they knew well. The French nobleman Godfrey of Bouillon, one of the leaders of the Crusade, was chosen to govern the kingdom as baron and defender of the Holy Sepulcher. The succession thereafter was not elective but hereditary. When Godfrey died, in 1100, he was succeeded by his brother, Baldwin I, who took the title of king and ruled until 1118. He in turn was succeeded by his cousin, Baldwin II, who was followed by his son-in-law, Fulk V the Young, count of Anjou. Under Fulk the kingdom reached the highest point in its development; most of Syria was then also in the hands of the Christians. In 1187 Muslim forces under Sultan Saladin reconquered the city of Jerusalem, but the Latin Kingdom persisted. The Crusaders regained the city in 1228 under Holy Roman Emperor Frederick II, who was crowned king of Jerusalem the following year. The Muslims retook Jerusalem in 1244 in the first of a series of victories for Islam that finally, with the reconquest of 'Akko in 1291, brought the Latin Kingdom to an end.

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spouse: Maine, Erembourg of (>1092 - ~1126)
- m. 1110

----------child: Anjou, Matilda of (>1110 - )
----------child: Plantagenet, Geoffrey V, Count of Anjou (1113 - 1151)
Fuller, Charles (>1874 - )
b. AFT. 1874

father: Fuller, David W.(~1851 - >1903)
mother: Bement, Josephine(1851 - >1903)
spouse: Wilder, Florence (~1874 - )
- m. 5 NOV 1899

Fuller, Charles Arthur (1880 - 1941)
b. 28 SEP 1880 in Walnut, Bureau Co., IL
d. 22 MAR 1941 in Kent, Portage Co., OH

spouse: Hynton, Grace Mary (~1900 - )
- m. ABT. 1911 in Kent, Portage Co., OH

----------child: Fuller, William John (1921 - 1998)
Fuller, David W. (~1851 - >1903)
b. ABT. 1851
d. AFT. 1903 in probably at Tallmadge, Portage Co., OH

spouse: Bement, Josephine (1851 - >1903)
- m. 12 JUL 1870

----------child: Fuller, Elizabeth (1872 - )
----------child: Fuller, Charles (>1874 - )
----------child: Fuller, Guy (>1875 - )
Fuller, Elizabeth (1872 - )
b. 10 MAR 1872

father: Fuller, David W.(~1851 - >1903)
mother: Bement, Josephine(1851 - >1903)
Fuller, Guy (>1875 - )
b. AFT. 1875

father: Fuller, David W.(~1851 - >1903)
mother: Bement, Josephine(1851 - >1903)
spouse: Smith, Dora (~1875 - )
- m. 10 MAR 1898

Fuller, Roy (~1888 - >1913)
b. ABT. 1888
d. AFT. 1913

spouse: Paulis, Lola Adell (1888 - >1913)
- m. 19 MAY 1913

Fuller, William John (1921 - 1998)
b. 30 JUN 1921 in Kent, Portage Co., OH
d. 24 JAN 1998 in Cuyahoga Co., OH

father: Fuller, Charles Arthur(1880 - 1941)
mother: Hynton, Grace Mary(~1900 - )
spouse: private
- m. 1944

----------child: private
Fulmer, Elizabeth (>1824 - )
b. AFT. 1824

spouse: Casselberry, John (1824 - 1907)
Funk, Gladys (>1901 - 1941)
b. AFT. 1901
d. 29 AUG 1941

spouse: Paddock, Russell Barton (1901 - 1988)
- m. 25 JUN 1929

----------child: private
Furbush, Grace (1861 - )
b. 8 AUG 1861
d. in Philadelphia, Philadelphia Co., PA

father: Furbush, Merrill Augustus(~1830 - )
mother: Stone, Caroline Calista(~1830 - )
spouse: Bement, Frank (1860 - 1938)
- m. 25 APR 1883 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia Co., PA

----------child: Bement, Florence (1884 - >1924)
----------child: Bement, Raymond Furbush (1886 - 1887)
Furbush, Merrill Augustus (~1830 - )
b. ABT. 1830 in of Worcester, Worcester Co., MA

spouse: Stone, Caroline Calista (~1830 - )
----------child: Furbush, Grace (1861 - )
Furguson, Rachael (>1800 - )
b. AFT. 1800

spouse: Perry, Nathan (>1800 - )
----------child: Perry, Harrie Dewitt (1833 - 1892)
Gaerisch, Paul (~1890 - )
b. ABT. 1890 in of Seattle, King Co., WA

spouse: Bement, Forest Edna (1890 - )
- m. 25 DEC 1909

Gage, Abel (<1817 - )
b. BEF. 1817

spouse: Chittenden, Harriett J. (1817 - 1894)
Gage, George (<1867 - )
b. BEF. 1867

spouse: Harrison, Alice Emma (1867 - )
- m. 9 MAR 1888 in Ohio

Gage, Irmadel (1927 - 1962)
b. 14 OCT 1927 in Stockton, Jo Daviess Co., IL
d. 4 FEB 1962 in Stockton, Jo Daviess Co., IL

spouse: private
- m. 14 OCT 1956 in Stockton, Jo Daviess Co., IL

Gage, S. (<1837 - )
b. BEF. 1837

spouse: Whipple, Mary Ann (1837 - 1869)
- m. 27 MAR 1864

Gagnebin, Glen Wilmott (1906 - 1996)
b. 13 DEC 1906
d. 8 AUG 1996 in of Coffeyville, Montgomery Co., KS

spouse: private
----------child: private
Gaines, Harriet (1799 - 1850)
b. 15 JUL 1799 in East Hartford, Hartford Co., CT
d. 24 SEP 1850 in East Hartford, Hartford Co., CT

father: Gaines, John(1772 - 1813)
mother: Bidwell, Mary(1771 - 1819)
spouse: Abbe, Edmund E. (1795 - 1855)
- m. 2 AUG 1821 in East Hartford, Hartford Co., CT

----------child: Abbey, Edmund Gaines (1822 - 1888)
----------child: Abbey, Harriet Gaines (1825 - 1921)
----------child: Abbey, Albert (1827 - 1829)
----------child: Abbey, George Austin (1829 - 1835)
----------child: Abbey, Albert [2] (1830 - 1859)
----------child: Abbey, Mary Ann (1832 - 1908)
----------child: Abbey, Charles (1835 - 1843)
----------child: Abbey, George Francis (1839 - 1890)
Gaines, John (1772 - 1813)
b. 30 DEC 1772
d. 6 JAN 1813 in East Hartford, Hartford Co., CT

spouse: Bidwell, Mary (1771 - 1819)
- m. ABT. 1792

----------child: Gaines, Harriet (1799 - 1850)
Galager, ??? (~1784 - )
b. ABT. 1784

spouse: Caldwell, Mary (>1784 - 1850)
----------child: Galager, Hattie (>1810 - )
Galager, Hattie (>1810 - )
b. AFT. 1810

father: Galager, ???(~1784 - )
mother: Caldwell, Mary(>1784 - 1850)
spouse: Slusher, ??? (>1800 - )
Gale, Aletta (1775 - 1821)
b. 10 NOV 1775
d. 22 OCT 1821

spouse: Bement, George (1763 - 1833)
- m. 7 APR 1793

Gale, John (~1763 - <1822)
b. ABT. 1763
d. BEF. 1822

spouse: Marvin, Elizabeth (~1763 - 1844)
- m. BEF. 1822

Gamber, Susan (1847 - )
b. 1847

spouse: Allen, Charles L. (1838 - )
- m. 1865

----------child: Allen, Elsie (>1865 - )
Gandy, Aaron (1814 - 1862)
b. 1814
d. FEB 1862

spouse: Williams, Mary Elizabeth (1828 - 1865)
- m. 31 OCT 1860

----------child: Gandy, William A. (1861 - 1886)
Gandy, William A. (1861 - 1886)
b. 9 AUG 1861
d. 25 JUL 1886

father: Gandy, Aaron(1814 - 1862)
mother: Williams, Mary Elizabeth(1828 - 1865)
William A. Gandy was raised by his mothers' younger sister and her husband, Martha and Adam Brown after the early deaths of his parents.

Ganey, Catherine Elizabeth (~1858 - )
b. ABT. 1858

spouse: Houston, George Bement (~1858 - >1912)
Ganzhorn, Eva (1897 - 1965)
b. 21 FEB 1897 in Tiffin, Seneca Co., OH
d. 1965 in Willard, Huron Co., OH

father: Ganzhorn, John Philip(~1870 - )
mother: Munz, Lena(~1870 - )
spouse: Sanford, James Russell (1891 - 1942)
- m. 7 DEC 1916

----------child: Sanford, Stuart R. (1918 - 1984)
----------child: Sanford, Kenneth (1921 - 1993)
----------child: Sanford, Clayton P. (1924 - 1954)
----------child: private
Ganzhorn, John Philip (~1870 - )
b. ABT. 1870

spouse: Munz, Lena (~1870 - )
----------child: Ganzhorn, Eva (1897 - 1965)
Garber, Albert A. (1867 - 1932)
b. 3 FEB 1867 in Emden, Logan Co., IL
d. 13 JAN 1932 in Oelwein, Fayette Co., IA

spouse: Schertz, Madalena E. (1863 - 1944)
- m. 8 SEP 1891 in McLean County, IL

----------child: Garber, Alvin Earl (1892 - ~1953)
----------child: Garber, Vivian Marie (1894 - 1989)
----------child: Garber, Louis Donald (1896 - 1971)
----------child: Garber, Allie Marguerite (1898 - 1936)
Garber, Allie Marguerite (1898 - 1936)
b. 13 SEP 1898
d. 27 DEC 1936

father: Garber, Albert A.(1867 - 1932)
mother: Schertz, Madalena E.(1863 - 1944)
spouse: Conkey, Artie Ray (1889 - 1966)
----------child: private
----------child: private
----------child: Conkey, James (1925 - 1993)
----------child: private
----------child: private
Garber, Alvin Earl (1892 - ~1953)
b. 2 JUN 1892 in McLean or Tazewell Co., IL
d. ABT. 1953 in California

father: Garber, Albert A.(1867 - 1932)
mother: Schertz, Madalena E.(1863 - 1944)
spouse: Ploung, Ada (~1892 - ~1953)
- m. AFT. 1910

----------child: Garber, Richard (>1910 - <1945)
----------child: private
----------child: private
Garber, Louis Donald (1896 - 1971)
b. 17 MAR 1896 in Missouri
d. MAY 1971 in Missouri

father: Garber, Albert A.(1867 - 1932)
mother: Schertz, Madalena E.(1863 - 1944)
Garber, Richard (>1910 - <1945)
b. AFT. 1910
d. BEF. 1945 in Germany (WWII)

father: Garber, Alvin Earl(1892 - ~1953)
mother: Ploung, Ada(~1892 - ~1953)
Garber, Vivian Marie (1894 - 1989)
b. 9 MAR 1894 in Deer Creek, Tazewell Co., IL
d. 8 SEP 1989 in Cedar Falls, Black Hawk Co., IA

father: Garber, Albert A.(1867 - 1932)
mother: Schertz, Madalena E.(1863 - 1944)
Vivian and Wilbur are both buried in Fairbank, Buchanan Co., Iowa.
spouse: Finch, Wilber Wilson (1890 - 1975)
- m. 26 MAY 1913 in Waterloo, Black Hawk Co., IA

----------child: private
----------child: private
----------child: private
----------child: private
----------child: private
----------child: Finch, James Russell (1928 - 1989)
----------child: Finch, Gerald Wallace (1929 - 1945)
Garcia, Ralph (1933 - 1996)
b. 25 SEP 1933 in Los Angeles, L.A. Co., CA
d. 13 MAR 1996 in Riverside, CA

spouse: private
- m. 16 SEP 1961 in Downey, CA

----------child: private
Gard, Ephraim (1736 - 1776)
b. 1736
d. 21 NOV 1776

spouse: Pierson, Mary (1742 - 1781)
- m. 2 JUN 1762

Gardiner, Abraham (~1829 - )
b. ABT. 1829
d. in Horseheads, Chemung Co., NY

spouse: Bement, Persis (~1843 - )
Gardiner, Thomas (~1460 - )
b. ABT. 1460

spouse: Beaumont, Elizabeth (~1460 - ~1500)
Gardner, Edward L. (1854 - )
b. 31 JAN 1854 in Farmington, New York
Edward L. Garner had a total of seven children.
spouse: ???, Elzora Gardner (1858 - )
- m. 23 OCT 1875 in Farmington, New York

----------child: Gardner, Henry Watson (1877 - )
Gardner, Henry Watson (1877 - )
b. 4 SEP 1877 in Farmington, NY
d. in Canandaigua, NY

father: Gardner, Edward L.(1854 - )
mother: ???, Elzora Gardner(1858 - )
Henry Watson Gardner was the oldest of seven children. See Gardner Family Tree, Brøderbund World Family Tree, Volume 3, Pedigree #2119 which traces the ancestors of Henry W. Gardner back to about 1850. This family is also researched on Brøderbund World Family Tree, Volume 15, Pedigree #2079 and traces the ancestors to Henry Garner in 1520.
spouse: Bement, Jennie Mae (1882 - )
- m. 26 MAY 1905 in Rochester, Monroe Co., NY

----------child: private
Gardner, Josephine (~1840 - )
b. ABT. 1840

spouse: Bement, Henry G. (1840 - 1907)
- m. AFT. 1865

----------child: Bement, William (>1870 - >1912)
----------child: Bement, Charles (>1873 - >1912)
Gardner, Martha Jane (1854 - 1928)
b. 5 NOV 1854
d. 11 APR 1928

father: Gardner, Westlake(1816 - 1886)
mother: Morris, Harriet(1824 - 1873)
spouse: Bement, William (1854 - 1907)
- m. AFT. 1875

----------child: Bement, Grant (<1887 - )
----------child: Bement, Don (1888 - 1962)
Gardner, Paulene (1913 - ~1999)
b. 9 JUN 1913
d. ABT. 20 FEB 1999

spouse: Stewart, Edgar Earl (1911 - 1981)
----------child: private
Gardner, Westlake (1816 - 1886)
b. 31 DEC 1816
d. 6 APR 1886

spouse: Morris, Harriet (1824 - 1873)
- m. BEF. 1854

----------child: Gardner, Martha Jane (1854 - 1928)
Garland, Mary R. (1797 - 1869)
b. 1797 in Virginia
d. 18 JUN 1869

spouse: Kindred, William Jr. (1794 - 1867)
- m. AUG 1817 in Madison Co., KY

----------child: Kindred, Anderson (1822 - 1899)
Garmon, Charles J. (1867 - )
b. 29 JAN 1867

father: Garmon, Henry F.(~1844 - )
mother: Bement, Frances Amy(1844 - 1891)
Garmon, Henry F. (~1844 - )
b. ABT. 1844

spouse: Bement, Frances Amy (1844 - 1891)
- m. 22 FEB 1866

----------child: Garmon, Charles J. (1867 - )
----------child: Garmon, Mary (1871 - )
Garmon, Mary (1871 - )
b. 2 OCT 1871

father: Garmon, Henry F.(~1844 - )
mother: Bement, Frances Amy(1844 - 1891)
Gary, Susan (~1850 - )
b. ABT. 1850

spouse: Dove, James (~1850 - )
----------child: Dove, William (~1876 - )
Gaskill, David Metcalf (~1830 - )
b. ABT. 1830

spouse: Lewis, Mary Elizabeth (~1830 - )
----------child: Gaskill, Ida Louise (1854 - )
Gaskill, Ida Louise (1854 - )
b. 26 NOV 1854 in Blackstone, Worcester Co., MA

father: Gaskill, David Metcalf(~1830 - )
mother: Lewis, Mary Elizabeth(~1830 - )
spouse: Bement, William Oscar (1847 - >1912)
- m. AFT. 1894

----------child: Adams, Edith Marion (1899 - )
Gaston, Phebe (>1783 - )
b. AFT. 1783

spouse: Chapin, Jonathan (1783 - 1856)
- m. AFT. 1805

Gaunt, John of Duke of Lancaster (1340 - 1300)
b. MAR 1339/40 in Ghent, Flanders (now Belgium)
d. 3 FEB 1399/00 in Windsor Castle, England

father: Edward, ? III, King of England(1312 - 1377)
mother: Holland, Philippa of Hainault and(1311 - 1369)
John of Gaunt, Duke of Lancaster (1340-99), English soldier and statesman, the fourth son of King Edward III of England, and brother of Edward, the Black Prince. John was born in March 1340 in Ghent (M.E., Gaunt), now in Belgium. In 1359 he married Blanche, daughter of Henry, duke of Lancaster; when Henry died, John became duke.

John of Gaunt played an important part in the wars of the period between England and France and between England and Spain. He commanded a division of the English army, led by the Black Prince, that defeated the army of Henry (later Henry II, king of Castile and León) at Nájera in 1367. As a result of his second marriage, to Constance, daughter of Peter the Cruel (king of Castile and León), John laid claim to the throne of Castile. During the Hundred Years' War, he aided (1370-71) the Black Prince against France and established English rule over most of southern France. After a severe illness forced the return of the Black Prince to England, John took command of the English armies; by 1380 he had lost much of the territory the English had previously won. In 1386 John invaded Castile, but was defeated by John I, king of Castile and León. John of Gaunt gave up his claim to Castile and León in 1387, when his daughter married Henry, later Henry III, king of Castile and León.

John of Gaunt was also prominent in English affairs. Together with Alice Perrers, his father's mistress, John dominated the English government. He was opposed by Parliament and by the Black Prince. In 1376 Parliament banished Alice Perrers and curtailed John's powers. The death of the Black Prince that year and the dissolution of Parliament, however, enabled John to regain his power. In 1377, on the death of Edward III and the accession of Richard II (John's nephew and son of the Black Prince), John gave up his control of the government and thereafter played the role of peacemaker; he also supported the king, by whom he was made (1390) duke of Aquitaine. In 1396, after the death of his second wife, John married his mistress Catherine (Roet) Swynford, and Richard legitimized their children the following year. Saddened by the exile (1398) of his son, Henry of Lancaster (later King Henry IV of England), John died on February 3 of the following year.

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spouse: Lancaster, Blanche of (>1340 - 1369)
- m. 1359

----------child: Henry, ? IV, King of England (1366 - 1413)
spouse: Castile, Constance of (>1340 - )
- m. ABT. 1367

spouse: Roet, Katherine (>1340 - >1400)
- m. 1396

----------child: Beaufort, John Earl of Somerset (>1396 - 1410)
Gautreksson, Algout (~0620 - )
b. ABT. 620

spouse:
----------child: Gautreksson, Gauthild (~0664 - )
Gautreksson, Gauthild (~0664 - )
b. ABT. 664 in Sweden

father: Gautreksson, Algout(~0620 - )
spouse: Yngling, Ingiald (~0660 - )
----------child: Tvetelia, Olaf Ingjaldsson\Ulaf (~0682 - )
Gautsche, Magdalena (>1811 - )
b. AFT. 1811

spouse: Augspurger, Nicholas (1811 - 1872)
- m. 6 MAR 1835

Geer, David H. (<1800 - )
b. BEF. 1800

spouse: Meech, Emily (<1800 - )
----------child: Geer, Nancy R. (1822 - 1888)
Geer, Maude (<1892 - )
b. BEF. 1892

spouse: Crandle, Edward (1888 - 1934)
- m. 25 NOV 1923

Geer, Nancy R. (1822 - 1888)
b. 14 JUN 1822 in Hume, Alleghany Co., NY
d. 9 JAN 1888 in Leroy, Osceola Co., MI

father: Geer, David H.(<1800 - )
mother: Meech, Emily(<1800 - )
spouse: Bement, Silas Bingham (1829 - 1895)
- m. 5 JUN 1849 in Leroy, Osceola Co., MI

----------child: Bement, Melissa Jane (1850 - 1946)
----------child: Bement, Benjamin H. (1853 - 1926)
----------child: Bement, Amy E. (1857 - 1859)
----------child: Bement, Lee M. (1860 - 1920)
----------child: Bement, Lila W. (1862 - >1912)
Geisel, Stanley (~1900 - )
b. ABT. 1900

spouse: Rouse, Blanche Evelyn (~1900 - )
- m. AFT. 1920

----------child: private
Geisenhofer, Rose M. (~1872 - )
b. ABT. 1872

spouse: Leseny, Clarence F. (<1870 - )
----------child: Leseny, Ninabelle G. (1893 - 1978)
Geoffrey, Vicomte of Porhoet (~1106 - 1141)
b. ABT. 1106 in Porhoet, France
d. 1141

father: Eudes, Vicomte of Porhoet(~1078 - )
mother: de Leon, Anne(~1078 - )
spouse: Fergant, Hawise (~1110 - )
----------child: La Zouche, Alan (~1136 - 1190)
George, ? I, King of Great Britain (1660 - 1727)
b. 28 MAY 1660 in Osnabrück, Hannover (now in Germany)
d. 11 JUN 1727

father: Augustus, Ernest Elector of Hanover(1629 - 1698)
mother: Hanover, Sophia of(1630 - 1714)
George I (of Great Britain) (1660-1727), king of Great Britain (1714-1727) and elector of Hannover (1698-1727), first of the Hannoverian line of British rulers.

George was born in Osnabrück, Hannover (now in Germany), the son of Ernest Augustus, elector of Hannover, and Sophia, granddaughter of King James I of England. George succeeded Queen Anne by the terms of the Act of Settlement. Thoroughly German in tastes and habits, he never learned the English language, and he made periodic lengthy visits to Hannover, which always remained his primary concern, despite his dutiful efforts to attend to his new kingdom's needs. He remained, however, unpopular in Britain, due in part to his private life. He divorced his wife in 1694 and kept her imprisoned in Hannover. When he came to England, he brought with him two mistresses who both became unpopular because of their greed. Supporters of the house of Stuart, known as the Jacobites, plotted to replace him with James II's son, James Edward Stuart, known as the Old Pretender but they were defeated in battle. George appointed only Whigs as his ministers and advisers, reasoning that the Tories were favorable to the Stuart cause. He took a keen interest in foreign affairs, and it was his judgment that made possible the formation in 1717 of the third Triple Alliance with the Netherlands and France. For domestic policies he relied on his ministers, James Stanhope, 1st earl Stanhope, Charles Townshend 2nd viscount Townshend of Raynham, and Robert Walpole, 1st earl of Orford. Their sound administrative skills strengthened the position of the house of Hannover in Great Britain. He was succeeded by his son, George II.

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spouse: Celle, Sophia Dorothea of (1666 - 1726)
- m. 1662

----------child: George, ? II, King of Great Britain (1683 - 1760)
George, ? II, King of Great Britain (1683 - 1760)
b. 10 NOV 1683 in Herrenhausen Palace in Hannover (now in Lower Saxony state, Germany)
d. 25 OCT 1760 in Kensington Palace, London, England

father: George, ? I, King of Great Britain(1660 - 1727)
mother: Celle, Sophia Dorothea of(1666 - 1726)
George II (of Great Britain and Ireland) (1683-1760), king of Great Britain and Ireland (1727-60), and elector of Hannover (1727-60), the son of King George I.

George was born at Herrenhausen Palace in Hannover (now in Lower Saxony state, Germany) on November 10, 1683, and he grew up a German prince. In 1705 he married Caroline of Ansbach, an intelligent woman who wielded great influence over her husband and thereby on government. Like his father, George II was more interested in Hannover than in Great Britain, and during his many absences from London Caroline frequently acted as regent. During the war of the Austrian Succession (1740-48), the king subordinated the interests of Great Britain to those of his German principality. This policy was unpopular in Great Britain, but the king won admiration for his courage at the Battle of Dettingen in Bavaria (1743), the last engagement in which a British monarch participated in person. George II contributed to the material progress of Great Britain, mainly because he was shrewd enough to listen to his wife and heed the advice of his ministers. He retained Sir Robert Walpole as chief minister only upon Caroline's insistence, and he later relied on Henry Pelham, and, toward the end of his reign, William Pitt the Elder, although he originally had a great dislike for him. George's reign was marked by the suppression of the last major Jacobite rebellion (see Jacobites) and by the successful prosecution-at Pitt's initiative-of the Seven Years' War. He was succeeded by his grandson George III. George died at Kensington Palace, London, on October 25, 1760.

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spouse: Ansbach, Caroline of (1683 - 1737)
- m. 1705

----------child: Lewis, Frederick Prince of Wales (1707 - 1751)
George, ? III, King of Great Britain (1738 - 1820)
b. 4 JUN 1738 in London, England
d. 29 JAN 1820 in Windsor Palace, England

father: Lewis, Frederick Prince of Wales(1707 - 1751)
mother: Saxe-Gotha, Augusta of(1719 - 1772)
George III (1738-1820), king of Great Britain and Ireland (1760-1820), who presided over the loss of Britain's American colonies; he was also elector of Hannover (1760-1815) and, by decision of the Congress of Vienna, king of Hannover (1815-20).

George was born in London on June 4, 1738, the oldest son of Frederick Louis, prince of Wales, and the grandson of King George II. The first of the Hannoverian house to be born and educated as an Englishman, he was primarily interested in his royal prerogatives as king of Great Britain-in contradistinction to his two predecessors, to whom Hannover was the main concern. George's aim was to rule as well as reign, and he was a skillful and astute intriguer; by 1763 he had managed to regain many of the powers that strong Whig ministries had appropriated during the reigns of the first two Georges. His problem was that he lacked the self-confidence and the mature statesmanship to form and achieve any long-term policy. After the dismissal of several ministers who did not satisfy him, the king found a firm supporter in Frederick North, 2nd earl of Guilford, prime minister from 1770 to 1782. Lord North executed the royal policies that provoked the American Revolution. The unsuccessful conclusion of that protracted conflict forced North to resign, and during the government crisis that followed-when three cabinets came and went in less than two years-the king himself was almost induced to abdicate. He then took a political gamble by placing the government in the hands of the 24-year-old William Pitt, thereby restoring stability for the rest of the century. In line with his belief in royal authority, George favored the wars with France (1793-1815) that grew out of the French Revolution.

In 1809 the king became blind. As early as 1765 he had suffered an apparent dementia, and in 1788 his derangement recurred to such a degree that a regency bill was passed, but the king recovered the following year. It is now thought likely that he had inherited porphyria, a defect of the metabolism that may in time lead to delirium. In 1811 he succumbed hopelessly, and his son, later George IV, acted as regent for the rest of his reign. George III died at Windsor Palace on January 29, 1820. George III and Charlotte Frederick had a total of fifteen children.

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spouse: Frederick, Charlotte (1744 - 1818)
- m. 8 SEP 1761

----------child: George, ? IV, King of Great Britain (1762 - 1830)
----------child: William, ? IV, King of Great Britain (1765 - 1837)
----------child: Augustus, Edward Duke of Kent (1767 - 1820)
George, ? IV, King of Great Britain (1762 - 1830)
b. 12 AUG 1762 in London, England
d. 26 JUN 1830 in Windsor Palace, England

father: George, ? III, King of Great Britain(1738 - 1820)
mother: Frederick, Charlotte(1744 - 1818)
George IV (1762-1830), king of Great Britain and Ireland (1820-30), and king of Hannover (1820-30).

George was born in London on August 12, 1762, the eldest son of King George III. As prince of Wales, he became notorious for his profligacy and extravagance. Despite his father's strongly anti-Catholic views, he secretly married a Roman Catholic, Mrs. Maria Anne Fitzherbert, in 1785; less than two years later, to obtain money for his debts, he allowed Parliament to declare the marriage illegal, which in fact it was by the terms of acts governing royal marriages and succession. In 1795, again to liquidate his debts, he married his cousin, Caroline of Brunswick, but they became estranged after the birth of their daughter, Princess Charlotte, in 1796. His misconduct alienated the British people; when he tried to divorce Caroline, charging her with adultery, she was so enthusiastically supported by the London crowds that her trial had to be abandoned. His cleverness and gracious manners, however, gave him the name of "first gentleman of Europe." George became prince regent in 1811, when his father became mentally unable to discharge his duties, and succeeded to the throne in 1820. The outstanding event of his reign was the passage of the Catholic Emancipation Act, which the king opposed. George IV died at Windsor Palace on June 26, 1830, and was succeeded by his brother William IV.

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spouse: Fitzherbert, Maria Anne (>1762 - )
- m. 1785

spouse: Brunswick, Caroline of (1768 - 1821)
- m. 1795

George, ? V, King of Great Britain (1865 - 1936)
b. 3 JUN 1865 in London, England
d. 20 JAN 1936 in Sandringham House, Norfolk, England

father: Edward, ? VII, King of Great Britain(1841 - 1910)
mother: Denmark, Alexandra Caroline of(1844 - 1925)
George V (1865-1936), king of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, and emperor of India (1910-36), of the house of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha (later changed to Windsor). George was born in London on June 3, 1865, the second son of Edward VII. Known as the Sailor Prince, he entered the Royal Navy in 1877 and during an active career rose to the rank of vice admiral in 1903. The death in 1892 of his elder brother, Albert Victor, duke of Clarence, made George second in line to the succession. He married his brother's fiancée, Princess Victoria Mary of Teck, later Mary, queen consort of England, and was created duke of York in 1892. After his father succeeded Queen Victoria in 1901, George became prince of Wales and succeeded to the throne upon his father's death in 1910. Six children were born to George and Mary: Edward Albert, later Edward VIII; Albert Frederick George, later George VI; Victoria Alexandra Alice Mary; Henry William Frederick Albert, duke of Gloucester; George Edward Alexander Edmund, duke of Kent; and John Charles Francis.

The outstanding event of the reign of George V was World War I. Following England's declaration of war on Germany, the king renounced all the German titles belonging to him and his family and changed the name of the royal house to Windsor. He died at Sandringham House, Norfolk, on January 20, 1936. He was succeeded by Edward VIII.

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spouse: Teck, Victoria Mary of (1867 - 1953)
- m. 6 JUL 1893

----------child: Edward, ? VIII, King of Great Britain (1894 - 1972)
----------child: George, ? VI, King of Great Britain (1895 - 1952)
George, ? VI, King of Great Britain (1895 - 1952)
b. 14 DEC 1895 in Sandringham House, Norfolk, England
d. 6 FEB 1952 in Sandringham House, Norfolk, England

father: George, ? V, King of Great Britain(1865 - 1936)
mother: Teck, Victoria Mary of(1867 - 1953)
George VI (1895-1952), king of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (1936-52), and emperor of India (1936-47), of the house of Windsor. George was born at Sandringham House, Norfolk, on December 14, 1895, the second son of King George V, and he was educated at Trinity College, University of Cambridge, and the Royal Naval College on the Isle of Wight. In 1923 he married Lady Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon, and they had two daughters: Elizabeth Alexandra Mary, later Queen Elizabeth II, and Margaret Rose. George succeeded to the throne after the abdication of his older brother, Edward VIII. Following his coronation in 1937, King George, accompanied by the queen consort, began a series of state goodwill visits, traveling to France in 1937 and to Canada and the United States in 1939. These visits were interrupted by World War II, during which the king visited many fronts in Europe, but were resumed in 1947, when the royal family spent several months in South Africa. In the last three years of his life, illness prevented any further trips. The reign of George VI was marked by the relinquishment of the title of emperor of India, following the partition of India in 1947 into Pakistan and India. He died at Sandringham on February 6, 1952, and was succeeded by Elizabeth II.

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spouse: Bowes-Lyon, Elizabeth (1900 - )
- m. 1923

----------child: private
----------child: private
George, Elvira (1895 - 1974)
b. 4 FEB 1895 in Utah
d. 12 NOV 1974

father: George, George Alma(<1875 - )
mother: Charlesworth, Marie(<1875 - )
spouse: Bement, Seymour Guy (1893 - 1949)
----------child: private
----------child: Bement, Charles Albert (1916 - 1994)
----------child: private
----------child: private
George, George Alma (<1875 - )
b. BEF. 1875

spouse: Charlesworth, Marie (<1875 - )
----------child: George, Elvira (1895 - 1974)

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