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DATE

16

Outten SNNIS

NAME OF PERSON SUBMITTING CHART

BORN STREET ADDRESS

WHERE STATE

Isaac SKNIS BORN

WHERE

NO. 1 ON THIS CHART IS THE SAME PERSON AS NO.. ON CHART NO..

William Handy SNNI3 BORN 15 Nov 1838 WHERE Berlin, Worchester, MD WHEN MARRIED 2 Feb 1866 DIED 12 Jun 1910 WHERE Cisco, Piatt, Illinois

DIED

1798

WHERE

1892

BORN

Menard, 111

18

WHERE

ABOVE NAME CONTINUED ON CHART

19 ABOVE NAME CONTINUED ON CHART

WHERE

20

ABOVE NAME CONTINUED ON CHART

10 BORN WHERE

Margaret ATKINSON 1802 BORN

WHEN MARRIED

WHERE

WHERE 1892

DIED

21 ABOVE NAME CONTINUED ON CHART

22|

ABOVE NAME CONTINUED ON CHART

11 WHERE

231

ABOVE NAME CONTINUED ON CHART

DIED WHERE

24

BORN

25

ABOVE NAME CONTINUED ON CHART

12

Ala

WHEN MARRIED

BORN

DIED

WHERE

WHERE

WHEN MARRIED

Martha Jane HOUK BORN l4 April 1848 WHERE Mackinaw, Tazewell, 111 DIED 14 May 1917 WHERE Filer, T-Falls, Idaho

13

DIED

BORN

WHERE

WHERE

26_ ABOVE NAME CONTINUED ON CHART

27 ABOVE NAME CONTINUED ON CHART

DIED WHERE

26

BORN

29

ABOVE NAME CONTINUED ON CHART

14 ABOVE NAME CONTINUED ON CHART

WHERE

Mary Ann NOflEIS

WHEN MARRIED

BORN

DIED

WHERE

WHERE

DIED WHERE LITHOGRAPHED IN U. S. A. COPYRIGHTED. 1936 GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY OF UTAH

ABOVE NAME CONTINUED ON CHART

WHERE

Lewis Garrett HOUK

NAME OF HUSBAND OR WIFE

GIVE HERE NAME OF RECORD OR BOOK WHERE THIS INFORMATION WAS OBTAINED. REFER TO NAMES BY NUMBER.

ABOVE NAME CONTINUED ON CHART

DIED

WHERE Petersburg, Menard, 111 Sara Evallne "SMIS BORN 5 Oct 1869 WHERE Petersbur(=c, 111 WHEN MARRIED 4 Jun 1890 DIED 18 Aug 1935 WHERE Livingston, Sumter OUvfir Mark Martin

17

Polly GLADDEN

9

wHERfiPetersburg,

DIED 1

ABOVE NAME CONTINUED ON CHART

WHEN MARRIED

7/ORCHESTER GO., MD

WHEN MARRIED DIED

CHART NO..

15

BORN WHERE DIED WMITBP

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HUSBAND

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nnttP.n

Born.

. Place

Chr._

. Place

M»rLlcense

12 Jan 1798

. Place

Husband Ward Examiners:

Wore lester Co.. HD

Bur HUSBAND'S FATHER

NAME & ADDRESS OF PERSON SUBMITTING SHEET

2.

Stake or Mission

. Place

Died

Outten EINNIS P n l T v r.T.ADDT^N

Wife

Place

HUSBAND'S .MOTHER

ENNIS

RELATION OF ABOVE TO HUSBAND

HUSBAND'S OTHER WIVES

FOUR GENERATION SHEET

WIFE.

Polly GLADDEN

FOR FILING ONLY

NO •

YES •

Born

. Place.

Chr.

. Place.

Died.

. Place.

Bur._ WIFE'S FATHER

. Place.

DATE SUBMITTED TO GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY

LDS ORDINANCE DATA BAPTIZED

WIFE'S .MOTHER

(Date)

ENDOWED

CHILDREN List each child (whether living or dead!) in order of birth. Given Names SURNAME

WHEN BORN

WHERE BORN STATE OR COUNTRY

MONTH

T

Isaac HNNIS

WHEN DIED MONTH

YEAR

TO WHOM

1892

1\. IWfMv 1798fi S i , L v J . . S c v v a a < u t Wc rcheste]'

MD

Margaret ADKINSON

Oct I'f 73 i/niiiiiii,

WIFE

r. J: \1'1I -Pb

im Zl

~1

S <

9 iy 11 SOURCES OF INFORMATION

Maryland Genealos;ical Society Bulletin Vol 11 pg 6k Document dated 1970 Document recorded PR 2 0 . 1 ^ , Richland Branch Library WiV\iOOl

OTHER MARRIAGES

SEALED (Date and Temple) WIFE TO HUSBAND

fu

l\i:& y^H'^SL DATE OF FIRST MARRIAGE

\

a oc o o UJ cc a. 3 O oc o >-

(Date)

HUSBAND

WIFE'S OTHER. HUSBANDS SEX M F

RELATION OF ABOVE TO WIFE

NECESSARY EXPLANATIONS

jpy^

SEALED (Date and Temple) CHILDREN Tn PARENTS

m


HUSBAND_ E T O I S . I s a a c j f ^ 7 ^ Born Chr.

Jl/'a '^hU^.

Marr

^J

Placft Plate

v

Place

Died

_Plaee

Bur.

.Place

ENITIS. IsaaC

Ward Examiners: 2.

NAME « ADDRESS OF PERSON SUBMITTING RECORD

h"

Stake or

^

HUSBAND'S FATHER HUSBAND'S

Husbond Wife

• ^ r<A.A^LyaJ^ ,. JL^TYy\.£/^^<L.^^ A'"

uiieRAKin*e HUSBAND'S

-MOTHER-

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it/

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s^zsozJZAes^

OTHER WIVES

WIFE ADKINSON, M«rgaret Born ^^ 1 f<33-

^ Piece

i l Chr.

-Place.

Died

^Place,

\^^aJ^\

^ f - J L b ' T U v i W A6>

FAMILY REPRESENTATIVE

^ RELATION OF F.R. TO HUSBAND

Bur. ^

E

TEMPLE ORDINANCE DATA

WIFE'S FATHER

MnTHFP

9S

'

/^^^eXdJ2-tc*^

ffi 12 J

^ y• < < >< 2£=

SEX

M F

WHEN BORN

CHILDREN

WHERE BORN

List Each Child (Whether Living: or Dead) in Order of Birth SURNAME (CAPITALIZED)

GIVEN NAMES

M MNIS. Joshua

DAY

MONTH

22 Ifov 1825

Ns.7i.

M

y:.a'/1 - . /

-

/ -

MNIS. Elizabeth

^ <0

J7 7

ENNIS. WilliwJi Handy

< - z ^ w r <O <a '0c M

i.-C

f(

-kUlc CaSskj

ENNIS. Sarah O • tfi £

DATE OF FIRST MARRIAGE STATE OR COUNTRY

YEAR

M ENNIS. Samael Covington / '75' ^3 <^^0^ f^SS'

£ oc

BAPTIZED (DATE)

ENDOWED (DATE)

/'K /r^ i f 7 f f

SEALED <Date A Temple) WIFE TO HUSBAND

HUSBAND

HUSBANDS to "D

RELATION OF F.R. TO WIFE

A -i o:y -J IS ITOT lP!3g

A^, -rH ^ CX'-LJ

\

/ '

New Berlin

Wo: "cester Mryl

DAY

WHEN DIED MONTH

YEAR

TO WHOM

12 Jan 18!j 3 iM ,;XBnjT,#azabetb~57i^ iil rf..( if/n'

WIFE

i-o

197^

r

<2t> Od lff3 Z L a ^ SE

li

jmL

77/7////.

SEALED (l>ate Mt Temple) CHILDREN TO PARENTS -

SB-

ILMf l i s t X7%ffv\TS\

Q'JTLv

i.& 7H iKTLvmn L Q. iw Hid o d i m •QZOj^ Ji i,C xo oc5t\m zs'ruv \L*,-yLnji'}?f

J13 7Uv im

EICHARDSON. John 2XyUA. 17?^ ^T'T HOENBACK. PaTld 2 let 1866

12 Ju* Ifl®

HOUK, Martha Jane

'}n^

iw u/jn.

\

LA i

zlu O< 10

rr SOURCES O F INFORMATION

OTHER MARRIAGES

Family bible in poss Howara Ennxa, St. Pete sl urg, Fl«i.

o |o Iitet

XO- N £'

/??/

NECESSARY EXPLANATIONS

iUia. ® I9M The Genealogical Society of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day oaints, Inc.

IF

mi


HyfJAND

KMI''

Ig Hov 1838

Born

Wlliaa H -mir

Place

Chr.

i^a.-r Died

Bur. HUSBAND S HUSBAND S

OTHCR

W

IVES

WIFE

111

Husband Wife

IT.

Place

Word

Place _

Exominers: 2.

Piatt Co. Ill Pi«e.__Ci3eo, Pistt. Ill .Place Cisco, Plutt, 111 Croniager C^aetery

2 Y&h 1864 12 Juat IflO

l5 Jua« l.?10 FATHER ENNIS. laaae

(Fnnaer)

Berli». 'Worc^^-o8tar. Marylaad

HUSBAND'S -MOTHER-

HOUK, ETall.aa

111aui Martha J a m

1 MAMS ft ADt»e^»$ OF P€»=i!0?

SJafc-;? or

.Sarak

Rich la

1830

Wash

' 'SMITl INC PfCCOItO

_Marlc V, Hartla lii03 Prosser Ave

Prosser. Wash 9935®

HO£K. Hartka Jang Place

Born

12 M«y 1?17 3>uf. WIFE S FATHER

Place

Place

XZ.WXi,

J.Xi

Filar, Twin Falls, Ida Cisco. Piatt. Ill

IfOURCES OF INFORMATION

a o

Famijy bilile aad otker family history la pos# of Jtrs. Roy Campfeell, Weldoa, 111 I88O Federal Censu®, Death rec of Martha Jsa» Houk in Paraonal knowledge and rec of Pearl Gaines Ennia £1

TKa GaoAAlank^^

k 6


HUSBAND

Sen

15-EQSL1I3S

Chr. .

vllllaa ganiiv >w. _P)ac« "pioc.

5«R. ip Jtme IQIO HUSBANDS F ATH E R A.j.'ilb'. I SaSO HUSBANDS CrnSsiR vvjves c x)

WIFE HOW.

Born

Aar ISUS

Chr.

lU May 1Q17

i>| Died Z^ F 2= = S < 02 5• ^ TJ tu UJCT JB• Z< n.i :X

Bur.

.< A *

O< e

U

10

HUSBAND'S MOTHER

•Sarah-

MftTk -''ayiyi-

WIFE'S .MOTHER.

WHERE BORN

WHEN BORN DAY

MONTH

TOWN

YEAR

COUNTY

STATC OR COUNTRY

DAY

MONTH

TO WHOM

Peterstmrg

lengrd

Ilia

IS, 'rTilllaa molrnl

'^1 Jaa 1067

Peteralmre

feasrd

Ilia

5 Oct lg6g

Peter0li>^g

Seaard

Ilia

k svnr U70

Petftrabtarg

Keaftrdi

111a

DHES3ACH. Jessie

SATBS. AJTOfetta

r

, 5A!S?F:3^.am. T^stella U Jaaa ll^QO 1 18 Aajg 1915 M.ytfllf. Oliver Mark

^

S •;PIS, Mary Elenor

31 Jap 1872

geteretRarj;

Keaard

Ilia

^fCflHtTTIlS, Eaiery S.

ZS, LQ\ds9 Jaa*

2 Apr Ujk

Peteralmrg

i|»aard

Xlla

Ira L®«

11 Mar 1876

Petergfairg

^aard

Ilia

M&tthia*

22 lov 1878

Cisco

Piatt

111a

PAHISH, Carai K. 1^ gov IQOQ I 27 Mar 1965 GAIl-aeS. Hyra Clark (Pearl) T 11 my 1920 SMIJ^. gdlth

Ey IS. Cora misalielh

lU Seo ISSO

Cisco

Piatt

111a

PEAS?:. Clarenca

I1S« Iiesier Carl

29 Oct 1886

Cisco

Piatt

111a

"^IL'jpP.'Louiae

OTHER MARRIAGES I' V asily blMe end other family history la poas of Mrs, Hoy Campbell, sldun. Ilia 1S80 ?®<i«ral Ceiieua, D®ath rec of Martha J"8ao Houk -ersoQal knowledisa aad ree of Pearl (Hlnas Enaia

SOURCES OF INFOBMATION

5=§ ?S8 2om

WHEN DIED

DATE OF FiKST MARRiAGC

^ Oct lB9i

IS, Haady z < UJ O

Qronlpger Cewgterjg-

IS, Jam®# M^&ri

fhoifflaa MStQwnm

-

each*

Macklnaa-. fzwll. 111a

IB Ortter «f Birth GVfZM NAMES

: 1S» SaraJi Thrallm

X

Cisco. Piatt. Illn

_ Piece _P!oc«_ Filey. mUls. lijh _Ploce ClSCOy XXXR

CHJLDRB^ M I List Eacb ChUd (Whether LtTiag Of ^ 1 SURNAME (CAPiTAUXCD)

H^i'k ¥. Martta 172 y ^th FQ T^f-gi>T Uteh

Slake or

V.JFE S OTHER HUSBANDS

£

Ward

HOIg>

W!FE S FATHER

« •; F, *

VrentaVf Mryl

FAMJLY «CJ*MESENTATIVE

Jaae

3X

a o

Wife Examiners; 2.

13 Jun© IQIO

Died

Igig "llttaQ Hagiy HOM. Martha J&m NAME a *oo«r»» or PIBSON SUBMITTINS WECOM

Husband

g Feb lg66

Marr. _

iH

(Farmer)

t;

YCAR


HUSBAND Born

smis. Vllllag KOV Igllg

_ Place

Marr. _

.Place

2 Feb 1S66 1& June iqiO Died _ Bur. 1^ June IQIO HUSBAND'S FATHER :ns:is, Isaac HUSBAND'S OTHER WIVES ill

I > 5

S='

lU May 1Q17

< O £

SEX M F

s: :

.Place ^

WIFE'S FATHER

Piatt Cotnty, 111B Cisco. Piatt. Iim Oiscot Piatt. Ilia Crpnlnger Cemetery

Ploce

hoik, J,.

Exominert!

?>ferttn Mark 175 r Sth ?'o Utfch

Stake or MUtioa

Cache

HUSBAND'S .MOTHER.

FAMILY REPRESENTATIVE

Filer. ^Flls. Idh Ci.8C0a X3.Xll

DAY

MONTH

RELATION OF F.R. TO HUSBAND

ann

& g ann

TEMPLE ORDINANCrDATA

WIFE'S .MOTHER.

W2i

WHERE BORN

WHEN BORN GIVEN NAMES

lAKJin, ^'iark "ayneRELATION OF F.R. TO WIFE

Macklnaflf. fzwll. Ilia

CHILDREN

List Each Child (Whether Living or Dead) in Order of Birth SURNAME (CAPITALIZED)

Ig^.g

NAME ft ADDRESS OF PERSON SUBMITTING RECORD

Ward

If

Chr. . Died.

Wife

Tlvaline

-Place,

^ Jo -D

<1 X

Place

.Place _

WIFE'S OTHER HUSBANDS

Z

_Place

WIFE HO UK. ?4artha Jaae B.,. Ih Apr IgHS

Bor. Z^ E

Pinf.

Chr. .

-'.."IS. •"llllaiH liandy yniiK. Martha J&ne

Husband

(Farmer) Berlin, Wrfiatar, Mryl $tM^.2<4^Jb

YEAR

DAY

MONTH

_

BAPTIZED (DATE)

ENDOWED (DATE)

tf1^71

If-

HUSBAND

WHEN DIED

DATE OF FIRST MARRIAGE STATE OR COUNTRY

.9n

SEALED (Dat* * Temple)

W ^ E TO HUSBAND

TT

IF 'mm,

YEAR

MIL

TO WHOM

SEALED (Date * Tcxaple) CHILDREN TO PARENTS |

1

M

IH

10 Oct 186^4

Peterslmrg

?-^eag.rd

niTL

DA?ys. Araetta

"^1 Jan I867

Petersburg

'ien^rd

Illn

5 Oct 1868

Petersburg

Wenprd

Illtj

mimmm&m, i?8teiia lg90_ 18 Aug iqi5 fllRflK. Oliver Mark

k July 1870

Pe tergburg

Stenerd

Illn

raiSBACH. Jeaaie

31 Jan 1872

Petersburg

(<enard

Illn

?CaiMIS. Eaery ?.

2 Apr 187^

Pe tersburg

MenaM

Illn

TSiniS, Ira Lee

11 Mar 1876

Petersburg

Henard

Illn

KiKIS, Handy ?4atthias

22 Hot 1878

Cisco

Piatt

Illn

PARISH, Canal M. ss 1^ Hov 190Q I 21 Mar iqf>5 IT QATmS, Hyra Clark (Vearl)i3 Octif?? 1^ tfay 1920 yj (! miVb.

EK'IS. Cora Elizabeth ^9^

lU Sep 1880

Cisco

Piatt

Illn

PFiASK, Clarenea

29 Oct 1886

Cisco

Piatt

Illn

miLW. Louise

lli'TIS, James M'

IH

if 7/

li

im.

2

M 3X F

Wins, Sarah T:valliie

I

4

M O

o

E

i'WiS, ISfeoaias Jeftenonjf 3

lUL nsuj mi I H M ^ If 71

5

•; F

E; KIS, Mary iaienor

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illL II

GIL

6 Z o ~ N.

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F

>- fc. r < O. « O< c

M 2 <

UJ o

£!n^IS, Louise Jane

7

I

•US'

I I

10

M KMIS, Lester Carl TT SOURCES O F INFORMATION

Parsily bible and ottier fafflily history in poss of J<rs, Roy Campbell, eldon, Illn 1S80 federal Census, Death rec of Martha Jane Houk Personal knowledge and rec of Pearl Oaines Innis

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52" 2o«

DTHER MARRIAGES

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WIFE

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1 \' Vtc>^ HUSBAND .MOTHER

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ijs:

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(Ni\fty^rrt

FAMILY mCFMKttNTATIVB

HLIO

''A\| , .,' i] IMLATION OF F.R. TO HUSBAND

_Ploc«_

_Ploc«_

LPv^A.^

C^rvvf.2,Ti

WIFE'S ..MOTHEM.

VAbix^ WHEN BORN-

CHiLOREN

l.lst C«<-h Child (Whether Living or t>*a4) ta Srdar at Btrth

SURNAME <CAPITALIHO)

OIVKN NAMCS

^ C\v\\ e-.a V_A txjg*fit t.

DAT

MONTH

3iL: LJ_1

-tAavy ^•y\v^ tOovYL,:^

WHERE BORN

OATS OF FIRST MARRIAOK

V v Vp\--^..V)uy

•*

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f

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WHEN DIED DAY

YEAR

1 i'l

MONTH

YSAR

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10 11

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OTHER MARRIAGES I 'J- V-'-iX^ t/1 6^ U- iVV

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b'. v<^<,, niavr \

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PURGES OF INFORMATION

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•^1 (}rt'L" ^ ^ ' TEMPLE ORDINANCE DATA SKAIXD (Oal* 4b TmbsI*) BAmZCD ( O A T S ) ENDOWED (DATE) WIFC TO HUSBAMD HUSBAND

.Ploce,

SEX

<f < >< z£-

1 ExoMinert: >tok^ or Mititon

WIFE 6 OTHER HUSBANDS

lii 121 u :

husband

Word

I

uuuVC _Ploc« _

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ct I Bur. ® -O w < 5 4 ^ w •«

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NECESSARY CXPI-ANATIONS

mnmmL SEAUCD (D«t« * CHILDRCN TO

'


HUSBAND^ X r J m \ ( x m \ 3 -jX H i m Cl^ C \ A J ^ •OfB 15 1\< c V . _Moc». Chf. M«^ c3- Fg.\r). l^lclo .Moe». Di..^ I 7 x\<AV^t». I^ID ftoc*. _W«c« _ Bur, ' 5 O tA-vAe, LOUj LL HUSBAND'S FATHER X f\ O ( . ^ E HUSBANDS F ^tcAy>\e U ^ t i W OTMCW WIVES {

0 h i

WIFE (r- KAn.-tW. torn \4 l\^,v a Chr. Di.i^(4 ISAfiv/ I'^i']

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MONTH

rv .t-.

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J a Nr.,

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F.R. TO MUMANO

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RCLATION OF F.R. TO

illl

ic •fi" TEMPLE ORDINANCEJDA /\

ENDOWED (DATC)

BAPTIZED <OATC)

\J c { <f \.V

MWMAND

DATC OF FIRST MAIMTAGC

DAY

WHEN DIED

TO WHOM

MONTH

Vv^»-.v.YCAR

'r}ttu

•CALU <0^ •

SOURCES O 3F INFORMATION

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liii4

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2. 0\o>Va(U(as 4 ---r

1

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A JJ V ^

1771

m m SCAUEO CMIUMHW TO PAWBW Li 7tLsL<^ mi m

n

imple) r ENTS I

•.^

1 CrvA c \ •1 [\A vj rci j Vl> y ( (t Ic- ^ ^ '

OTHER MARRIAGES

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NECESSARY EXRUANATIONS

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c.n Ye

STATC OR

YCAR

\hcki.

L k:,(c

r ^ r v7> F 11 \

IEA V

WHERE BORN

4 J(jL inp

LoUiSf'. Ji\L 5 o ZJ I ^w • 2 I : rA

HUSBAND'S .MOTHER.

B I OiA H . I S'f /

Div,fls v\p4(rtr^\A E

N\n.Y\j\ ( l / \ L

V^A"tt"Tl llvnoi^

WHEN BORN

E S>favt\\A Fwrilin^-

S o

\m . NAJovcxL^t-e-r^

v^^'• 1 p 1 ,\X ; pi«. iV\rif Wi\virA\A/, M/T7.f--, A . m C i I ^ fiO€« floc« Ty^itufAlK 1-rijihj Floe* Ploco 6 f " a H V t i ' \ , „ ; . ; s WIFE'S i\A If y Q .MOTHER.

o e S OWTIHF EE R' S < o ^ HUSBANDS ^ « -J sex CHILOREN .. 2 MF U»t E«cli Child (WhvtlMr Llvlns 9r 0«ad) la Ord*r of Btrth SURNAME (CAPITAUXCD) OIVCW WAItfCC !2:2 -S s y: < < * Z £ •

Wt .¥

hlwsband Wife L4J W«f^ lionifiert: '• Stakft or Mission

^.,li-,: << ,

O iH4 THs Cswiitogic*! SOCM


N C


HUSBAND

_ EENIS. William Handy

Born

Nov 1838

Chr.

pin«

.Ploce

2 Feb 18>66

Marr

.Place

12 June IQIQ Bur. Igi June I9IQ ulieBAikirt>e^

.Place

Died

HUSBAND'S FATHER HUSBAND'S

OTHER WIVES

WIFE Born_

I > -5 = S » -

>M

Z E 2= = < So f. ^ io -o

i2!2 J5 ^ 'l^ •X < < ZS :

_piace

"Rerlln, Wrnater, Mryl

Piatt Cotnty, Illn Cisco. Piatt, Illn Cisco. Piatt. Illn

111

lU May IQI7

Word

(^PK

M F

.Place .Place _

Filer. QV-Flls. Idh

.Ploce.

C I SC O T

Piatt. Illn

Cache ,Sarah

MARTIN. Mark- Wavne RELATION OF F.R. TO HUSBAND

GIVeN NAMES

3X F

M O AC

o

DAY

MONTH

TEMPLE ORDINANCE D. BAPTIZED (DATE)

WIFE'S .MOTHER.

DATE OF FIRST MARRIAGE STATE OR COUNTRY

YEAR

DAY

MONTH

SEALED (Dftt* * Ttmple) WIPE TO HUSBAND

///////////// sealed A

YEAR

(Date Tempi*) CHILDREN TO PARENTS

TO WHOM

DATES. Armetta

•^0 Oct 1864

Petersburg

Menard

EmiS. William Daniel

31 Jstn 1867

Petersburg

Menard Illn

EMIS. Sarah Evallne

•5 Oct 1868

Petersburg

Menard

Illn

EMIS. Thomas Jefferson

k July 1870

Petersburg

Menard

Illn

DRESBACH. Jessie

Illn

WHEN DIED

RAMSBABaER. Estella U June 1890 I 18 Aug 1935 MARTIN. Oliver Mark

EMIS, Mary Elenor

31 Jan 1872

Petersburg

Menard

Illn

MCSiroiS. Emery S.

EMIS, Louise Jane

2 Apr IBlk

Petersburg

Menard

Illn

Menard Illn

t

f

<a

M EMIS. Ira Lee

11 Mar 1876

Petersburg

M EMIS. Handy Matthias

22 Nov 1878

Cisco

Piatt

Illn

PARISH. Carmi M. 13 Nov 1909 27 Mar 1965 GAINES. Myra Clark (Pearl) 13 May 1920 ENGLE. Edith

EMIS. Cora Elizabeth

I k Sep 1880

Cisco

Piatt

Illn

PEASE. Clarence

29 Oct 1886

Cisco

Piatt

Illn

WEILEPP. Louise

a< c

ENDOWED (DATE)

fion.

HUSBAND

Z O' o

< -N.w sw»

RELATION OF F.R. TO WIFE

g g

WHERE BORN

WHEN BORN

CHILDREN

List Each Child (Whether Living or Dead) In Order of Birth

M EMIS. James Edward

Mark W. Martin 172 W ^th Ho Logan. Utah

Mackinaw. Tzwll. Illn

tr^TTrr nOUKy

SURNAME (CAPITALIZED)

NAMe » ADDRESS OF PERSON SUBMITTING RECOITD

A

WIFE'S OTHER HUSBANDS SEX

1838

FAMILY REPReSENTATIVe

.Ploce.

Bur.

EMIS. William Handy HOUK^ Martha Jane

Stoke or

HPUg. llvaline

Chr.,

Husband Wife Examiners:

HUSBAND'S .MOTHER

EMIS. Isaac

HOIK. Martha Jane I k Apr 18U8

WIFE'S FATHER

(Ffirmer)

I- »- w

z lu Q< ^-•

P 10

M EMIS. Lester Carl

n

SOURCES OF INFORMATION

OTHER MARRIAGES

NECESSARY EXPUkNATIONS

Family bible and other family history in poss of Mrs. Roy Canqjbell, Weldon, Illn 1880 Federal Census, Death rec of Martha Jane Houk Personal knowledge and rec of Pearl Gaines Ennis

SoS

© I9M The Genealogical Society of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Inc.


HUSBAND William Handy ENNIS (Farmar) 15 Nov 1838 pi„„ Berlin, Worchester, Maryland Born

Husband

Chr.

Ward

2 Feb 1866 12 Jun 1910 l") Jun 1910 Bur. FATHER -Isaac ESfNIS ( 1 ) Evaline HOUK

Marr.

"*1

c c

4. c

Died

0*0

Place Place

12 Mav 1917

> CO

c

z s! '

Mark W. Martin l403 Prosser Ave Prosser, Wash 99360

Richland Wash

Mission

Place

Mackinaw. Tazewell. Illinois Filer. Twin Falls. Idaho Cisco. Piatt. Illinois

Mark W. Martin RELATION OF F.R. TO HUSBAND

R E L A T I O N (3 F F . R . T O W I F E

eg son

son

TEMPLE ORDINANCE DATA

Marv Ann NORRIS

BAPTIZED ( D A T E )

ENDOWED (DATE)

S E A L E D (Dat® A T e m p l e ) WIFE TO HUSBAND

IF 8 May 1971 14 May 1971 14 May 1971

HUSBAND

HUSBANDS SEX

|

Examiners: 2 . Slake or

WIFE'S

F

S< U< :><

William Handy ENNIS 1838 Martha Jane HOUK NAME a ADDRESS OF PERSON SUBMITTING RECORD 1.

FAMILY REPRESENTATIVE

Pmr,

Lewis Garrett HOUK

«•

J3

1 s§ J i: ^ < o ^ -c u

Pior. Piatt Co.. Illinois pia„ Cisco, Piatt, Illinois pio„ Cisco, Piatt, Illinois Croninger Cemetery HUSBAND'S Marsraret ADKINSON MDTWFP

Chr.

Bur. -V C

Place

WIFE2) Martha Jane HOUK l^i- Apr 1848 Born Died

X >

Wife

WHEN BORN

CHILDREN SURNAME (CAPITALIZED)

GIVEN NAMES

DAY

MONTH

WHERE BORN

YEAR

TOWN

D A T E O F F J R S T MARRIAGE COUNTY

STATE OR COUNTRY

DAY

WHEN DIED MONTH

TO WHOM

YEAR

WIFE

8 May 1971 14 May 1971

/////////////

SEALED (Date A Tempi*) CHILDREN TO PARENTS

1

H

James Edward ENNIS

30 Oct 1864

Petersbum

Menard

111

Armetw DAVES

8 May 1971 14 May 1971 14 May 1971

William Daniel ENNIS

31 Jan 1867

Petersburg

Menard

111

8 May 1971 14 May 1971 14 May 1971

Sarah Evaline ENNIS

5 Oct 1868

Petersbvirg

Menard

111

Estella RANNEBARGER 4 Jun 1890 18 Aug 1935 Oliver Mark MARTIN

8 May 1971 14 May I97I 14 May 1971

Thomas Jefferson ENNIS

4 Jul 1870

Petersburg

Menard

111

Jessie DRESBACH

8 May 1971 14 May 1971 14 May 1971

Mary Elenor ENNIS

31 Jan 1872

Petersburg

Menard

111

Emery S. MCGINNIS

8 May 1971 14 May 1971 14 May 1971

Louise Jane ENNIS

2 Apr 1874

Petersburg

Menard

111

8 May 1971 14 May 1971 14 May 1971

Ira Lee ENNIS

11 Mar 1876

Petersbxirg

Menard

111

Carmi M. PARISH 13 Nov 1909 1 27 Mar 1965 Myra Clard (Pearl) GAINES

Handy Matthias ENNIS

22 Nov 1878

Cisco

Piatt

111

Edith ENGLE

Cora Elizabeth ENNIS

14 Sep 1880

Cisco

Piatt

111

Clarence PEASE

Cisco

Piatt

111

Louise WEILEPP

2

M X F

4 M Q

CK

O

E

13

5

F 6

Z o» o

F

~ N. t;

7

ij

V.

8

as

~

< u »- w. r < Q. "0 O < c <0

< • : ;

2 5 lu O

M M

8 May 1971 14 May 1971 14 Hay 1971

• 1

9

F 10

M

Lester Carl ENNIS

29 Oct 1886

8 May 1971 14 May 1971 14 May 1971

11

SOURCES O F INFORMATION

Family Bible and other family history in poss of Mrs. Roy Campbell, Weldon, 111 1880 Census, Death rec of Martha Jane Hg^j^i^ ^filftSn Personal knowledge and rec of Pearl Gaines EMnis

io8 Sott

OTHER MARRIAGES

NECESSARY EXPL_ANATIONS

1880 Federal Census (P 1964 The Genealogical Society of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Inc.


HUSBAND William Handy EFNIS (Farm«r) _ 15 Nov 1838 Pino, Berlin. Worchester, Maryland

Husband Wife

Born Chr.

2 Feb 1866 Died 12 J\in 1910 Bur. 15 Jvin 1910 . __ Father -IsaaC S2!NIS (1) Evaline HOUK Morr.

W C "•

£E

Piatt Co.. Illinois Ploce Cisco. Piatt. Illinois .Place Cisco, Piatt, Illinois Croninger Cemetery HUSBAND'S Margaret ADKINSON -MOTHER _ Place.

-Place Mackinaw. Tazewell, niinois

Chr.

.Place

Died

12 May 1917

o o • FATHER Lewis Garrett HOUK ® = 1 I 2 £ * HUSBANDS > </>

c

SEX

M F

<<<U :?< 2 a. " M

M UJ

£ ec

o ~«

< CL <0 M

Q < c

tte 4/) ~

M

.Place Filer. Twin Falls. Idaho .Ploce Cisco. Piatt. Illinois

F. 11

RELATION OF F.R. TO WIFE

-gg- son

Mary Ann NORRIS

BAPTIZED (DATE)

ENDOWED ( D A T E )

SEALED (D«t» A Temple) WIFE TO HUSBAND

IF 8 May 1971 14 May 1971 14 May 1971

HUSBAND

WHERE BORN

Order of Birth

GIVEN NAMES

REPRESENTATIVE

TEMPLE ORDINANCE DATA _MOTHER_

DAY

MONTH

DATE OF FIRST MARRIAGE STATE OR COUNTRY

YEAR

WHEN DIED DAY

MONTH

TO WHOM

YEAR

8 May 1971 14 May 1971

7^/////////

S E A L E D (Date 4e T e m p l e ) CHILDREN TO PARENTS

James Edward ENNIS

30 Oct 1864

Petersburg

Menard

111

Armetta DAVES'

8 May 1971 14 May 1971 14 May 1971

William Daniel ENNIS

31 Jan 1867

Petersbixrg

Menard

111

8 May 1971 14 May 1971 14 May 1971

Sarah Evaline ENNIS

5 Oct 1860

Petersburg

Menard

111

Estella RANNEBARGER 4 JuiT 1890"" I 18 Aug 1935 Oliver Mark MARTIN

8 May 1971 14 May 1971 14 May 1971

Thomas Jefferson ENNIS

4 Jul 1870

Petersburg

Menard

111

Jessie DRESBACH

8 May 1971 14 May 1971 14 May 1971

Mary Elenor ENNIS

31 Jan 1872

Petersburg

Menard

111

Emery S. MCGINNIS

8 May 1971 14 May 1971 14 May 1971

Louise Jane ENNIS

2 Apr 1874

Petersburg

Menard

111

8 May 1971 14 May 1971 14 May 1971

Ira Lee ENNIS

11 Mar 1876

Petersburg

Menard

111

Carmi M. PARISH 13 Nov_1909 1 27 Mar 1965 Myra Clard (PearlJ GAINES

Handy Matthias ENNIS

22 Nov 1878

Cisco

Piatt

111

Edith ENGLE

Cora Elizabeth ENNIS

14 Sep 1880

Cisco

Piatt

111

Clarence PEASE

Cisco

Piatt

111

Loiiise WEILEPP

10

IL

Richlajnd Wash

gg son

9

iu O

Mission

Mark W. Martin

£

Mark W. Martin l403 Prosser Ave Prosser. Wash 99350

Stake or

RELATION OF F.R. TO HUSBAND

WHEN BORN

CHILDREN

List Each C h i l d ( W h e t h e r L i v i n g o r D e a d ) I n

SURNAME (CAPITALIZED)

Examiners: 2.

FAMILY

-» c ja

^ X -o

1838

N A M E ft A D D R E S S O F P E R S O N S U B M I T T I N G R E C O R D

Word

WIFE2) Martha Jane HOUK Born 14 Apr 1848 Bur.

-C '

_ Place.

Villiaj Handy ENNIS Martha Jane HOUK

Lester Carl ENNIS

SOURCES O F INFORMATION

29 Oct 1886

Family Bible and other family history in poss of Mrs. Roy Campbell, Weldon, HI 1880 Census, Death rec of Martha Jane Houk. in poss.of Personal knowledge and rec of Pearl Gaines Ennis ^ ^

OTHER MARRIAGES

8 May 1971 14 May 1971 14 May 1971

8 May 1971 14 May 1971 14 May 1971 NECESSARY EXPLANATIONS

1880 Federal Census © 1964 The Genealogical Society of The Church of Jes u s Christ of L a t t e r - d a y S a i n t s , Inc.


HUSBAND William Handy ENNIS (Farmer) _ 15 Nov 1838 Pina, Berlin, Worchester, Maryland Born _ Chr.

Marr. 2 Feb 1866 Died 12 Jun 1910 Bur. 15 Jun 1910 HUSBAND'S FATHER saac. BMIS OTHER Wt v e I ( i ^Evaline HOUK"

®i 2:> c -*o "Oc

1 sg; <o ^ -C TJ

OC

O 5

Slake or

Piatt Co.. Illinois Cisco, Piatt. Illinois Place Cisco, Piatt, Illinois Croninger Cemetery HUSBAND'S Margaret .MOTHER

N A M E a A D D R E S S O F P E R S O N S U B M I T T I N G RECOITD

1.

SEX M F

ADKINSON

FAMILY

Mark W. Martin RELATION OF F.R. TO HUSBAND

gg son

.Place Filer. Twin Falls. Idaho Ploce Cisco. Piatt. Illinois

gg son

TEMPLE ORDINANCE DATA _MOTHER_

Mary Ann NORRIS

BAPTIZED (DATE)

ENDOWED (DATE)

S E A L E D <D«te & T e m p l e ) WIPE TO HUSBAND

IF

8 May 1971 14 May 1971 14 May 1971 WHEN BORN

CHILDREN

WHERE BORN

List Each C h i l d (Whether Living or Dead) i n Order of Birth

SURNAME (CAPtTALIZED )

GIVEN NAMES

DAY

MONTH

DATE OF FIRST MARRIAGE STATE OR COUNTRY

YEAR

DAY

WHEN DIED MONTH

TO WHOM

YEAR

8 May 1971 14 May 1971

S E A L E D ( D a t e tc T e m p l e ) CHILDREN TO PARENTS

30 Oct 1864

Petersbu3^

Menard

111

Armetta T)XVES

8 May 1971 14 May 1971 14 May 1971

M

William Daniel ENNIS

31 Jan 1867

Petersburg

Menard

111

8 May 1971 14 May 1971 14 May 1971

Sarah Evaline ENNIS

5 Oct 1868

Petersburg

Menard

ni

Estella RANNEBARGER 4 Jun 1890 I 18 Aug 1935 Oliver Mark MARTIN

8 May 1971 14 May 1971 14 May 1971

Thomas Jefferson ENNIS

4 Jul 1870

Petersburg

Menard

111

Jessie DRESBACH

8 May 1971 14 May 1971 14 May 1971

Mary Elenor ENNIS

31 Jan 1872

Petersburg

Menard

111

Emery S. MCGINNIS

8 May 1971 14 May 1971 14 May 1971

Louise Jane ENNIS

2 Apr 1874

Petersburg

Menard

111

8 May 1971 14 May 1971 14 May 1971

0) £

o t:

< a

M

Ira Lee ENNIS

11 Mar 1876

Petersburg

Menard

111

Carmi M. PARISH 13 Nov 1909 I 27 Mar I965" Myra Clard (PearlJ GAINES

M

Handy Matthias ENNIS

22 Nov 1878

Cisco

Piatt

111

Edith ENGLE

^ 5 iii O

9

Cora Elizabeth ENNIS

14 Sep 1880

Cisco

Piatt

111

Clarence PEASE

Cisco

Piatt

111

Louise WEILEPP

10

IL 11

Lester Carl ENNIS

SOURCES O F INFORMATION

29 Oct 1886

Family Bible and other family history in poss of Mrs. Roy Campbell, Weldon, 111 1880 Census, Death rec of Martha Jane Hgukj^in pjjjs^yf Personal knowledge and rec of Pearl Gaines Ennis

io 2 Of 8 u] So a:

RELATION OF F.R. TO WIFE

Jaraes Edward ENNIS

<0

Q < c

REPRESENTATIVE

M

E

<- s

Mark W. Martin l403 Prosser Ave Prosser. Wash 99350

Mission Richland Wash

HUSBANDS

-r Z o- o

— N.

1838

HUSBAND

M Q

_Place.

-Place Mackinaw. Tazewell. Illinois

^ ^ .S

S< U< :?<

.Place

Examiners; 2.

.Place

Lewis Garrett HOUK

William Handy ENNIS Martha Jane HOUK

Word

Chr. .

12 May 1917

Wife

_ Ploce

WIFE2) Martha Jane HOUK Born 14 Apr 1848 .2i Died Q- Bur. , ®

Husband

OTHER MARRIAGES

8 May 1971 14 May 1971 14 May 1971

8 May 1971 14 May 1971 14 May 1971 NECESSARY EXPL-ANATIONS

1880 Federal Census © I9M The Genealogical Society of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Inc.


HUSBAND Birth. Ohr.

'^TT.r.TAM .q tinil¥ r^.T.

Death

,

jU...A.yg.^.JL80.7.

Place

Place

Fother

Jklother (Maiden Name)

25..i.^.*_XS25...-

or Fem«fe

(1)

WHEN BORN Day

Mo.

17 Of..

Hmik

.(A.) Mqrtfaa Faulicner

Yr

WHERE BORN Tovn County

Baptized Eiidowed.

3 ZI.^ Name and address of person submitting this sheet Sarah Beatrice Irwin olitikar Park

Place..~ Place Place Place_„ Mother (Maiden Name)..

CHILDREN (Give names in full in order of birtk) ..Ta?n»3

HUSBAND:

„Place

KT.T/A WTTR.rri.q .....„21...fi.?jRtij..JL§jL5.^ —....

KtnVo,, S^flphur, ffell Bra no h Ward....^l9.?.t;..0®.9i.^l®l...ii!'.. '^iss ion or Country Dav

DIED Mo

MARRIED

Yr Da1«._ To Date. To Date.. To DateTo Date.. To

C3

Date.. To Date.. To Date. To Date. To

10

Date.. To

11

DateTo

Date-

12

To

13

DateTo

14

DateTo

15

DoteTo

Cooy'i^lL It4i. Jo«tsli Fieldi nn

Cki.rrU

II

C

.M'illiam S. Houk lliza "witTiars

TEMPLE ORDINANCE DATA

I *."1"^"^ *

WIFE Birth.. Chr Death. Burial Father.... Other Hu#, <il any)

HUSBAND'S Name (In Full)

""

Burial Mar.....

Where vos information shovn on this — family record obtained? Faally Bible

„..ikS...f.y£.^,.i2.42 , Durwood Scott oliriker

Relationship of Heir

WIFE; Baptized...., Endowed

i .

l .g.rg fSon

~

'

'^.A.

Sealed-to Husband

,—

Durwood bcott blinker

Relationship of Heir BAPTIZED

r: i

iv51

ENDOWED

SEALED TO PARENTS


MUSbAND

-jtt.t.tan:

Hnm- *

4

2a.asp.t-..JlSL0.—-Plcice_„Jbl?iisai£,e^„Q^.,^* -...Place Death Li.„^yg.^..l8S.'Z Place Buriai Place Father... l^other (Modden Nome) Mar Place ..."Zl.! (u ~—C3,a~Ji5caUaa..jiaoi^Qxi..^.—ill-wSMaAJslitims.

Where was inlonnation shown on this iomily record obtained? Family Bible

Birth.

WIFE_ Birth. Chr. Death... BuriaL. Father Oth«r Hus. (U any) M«!e Of Fe­ male

TEMPLE ORDINANCE. DATA ...ZZ.ZZZZ

ELIZA HAijCQCK

Name and address of person submitting thissheeL

PIace.._oOi:j Place w e . w e . . . P l a c e . . ,._Place ,..14other (Maiden Ncane)

„.£9a^!^.i.i:yis..„44viQk§ -

Stake...§ylD.hyr.W.9.n„Brgnc Ward...§.t...C...„S..j;ttssion

WHEN BORN

CHILDREN (Give names in full in order ct birtk)

Day

Sarah ileadar Hoiik

25 Jan. 18^2

Mo

Yr

WHERE BORN Town Counly

Stat*

or Country D<iv

DIED Mo

MARRIED

Yr

CC

Date To Mike Fancher Dale. To

u3

Date To

Ky.

Date To Dote.. To Date„ To DoleTo Date. To Date. To

%

10

Date.. To

11

DoleTo

12

D<Me.. To

13

Date.. To

14

Date.. To

15

Dote.. To

CoOtfrtaM 194}

HUSBANDS Name (In FuU).,.!if j.lliam Ko'A£<1128 iia:icocK

HUSBAND; Baptized. I.?—Aug.. Endowed. ... Heir D U 3:^.':->OQ 3eott Slinker Relationship of Heir WIFE: Baptized...... Endowed, -.•X4..A'^g,' .l'/47.. , , Sealed-toHusband. ,,'.Q:/ Hgir Di^wood Jcot^3y.nker Relationship of Heir BAPTI2ED

ENDOWED

14 JUL 1951'23 JUL 195

SEALED TO PARENTS

f a V:


HUSBAMD Birth

yTTTTAM c;

Chr

i

ptr.Tnr .2Q..aQpL...lSlQ

...?'.ss,Uz..fiii)i.e

Death —&lig.^l3S2 Place„ Burial Place Father......™ — — Mother (Maiden Nam«} Mar— ——™~-~..~.~~....,.....................„..Place.~«.__.

WIFE. Birth. Death..., Burial Father Other Hus. (il any)

Mete or Fe­ male

Place

Place Place« .J^4other (Maiden Nam«)„

ii

Stake..„.SJ^p.UjffJlieII..ar8ac£ Ward

WHEN BORN

CHILDREN (Gire names in fuU In order ofbktk)

M

Name arid address of person submitting this sheet

Place.™jifJ^.^,

...

Dory

Mo.

Yr

WHERE BORN Town County

state

or Country Bay

DIED Mo

SA.„C.....S.t.A...t.4j5.S.lQa

1 Dec.

^3arY jiilizebeth Houk

2 Feb. 18Z.7

3 July 1Q29

Henr-/ Clav Houk

L Kay 18A8

9 Dec. 191';

Ky.

MARRIED

Yr

Gideon Wesley Houk

17 Nov. 191B

Tw, 19 Aug. 1885 To riary Sllen Gox Date. ,.„1S6^. To Moses Atwe11 Date._.fe_ii To Ferlina T. Rhea DateTo Dote.. To Date.. To Date.. To Date. To Date. To

10

Date.. To

II

Date.. To

12

Ddrte.. To

13

DoteTo

14

Date.._ To

15 Coovftolkl t94l. Joieeb

rn.

Dote To II

C

HUSBAND'S Name (In F u l l ) — J i a y k . Cynt hia Denis on TEMPLE ORDINANCE DATA

.(3) miTHTft PfliEaON

Chr.

CJS

— Where was information shown on this ... family record obtained?

r. Q , ^ yy.

HUSBAND: Baptized Endowed Heir

—LLAW£ik..i247 —I?.iJXHP.QdJic.o3dt..SIijahaj:_.

Relationship of Heir

WIFE; Baptized

2fefc£juaaa

-f ,

Endowed 4.g_4U4..4§^4 Sealed-to Husigid

Heir Relationship of^eir .?.teD.„..2 .jg.,^ji.son BAPTIZED

yo ENDOWED

SEALED TO PARENTS

12 Aug. 19A7

U Aug. 1 9 / 1 7 1 6 JUN 1959 S 8

12 Aug. 19i^7

U Aug. 19A7

16 Jun 19ii8

29 Jan 1951 1 6 JUN IG59 3G

?!»?•• I6ff J^ii

lor:o L.


O - T

Where was informafion shown on this family record obtained?

TrEORnE J. or r.-ROmm 0. HQUK

HUSBAND_ Birth •Chr Death. Burial Father Married-

16 Mar laao

_Piace_OLfL _Place -Place _Piace.

JX_QctJL9Q2_

GreeaJlicu, Ky.

Houk Cem. "by Chluguapln

Green Co.. Ky.

Green Co.. Ky.

Ky. Mrs. Pheney Curry, Grftenshurg, Ky.

Green Co.j Ky*

Family Representative; Ha Hie Lile Ervln

Mansfiffld Houk

Pk r>f>t ISSQ

-Place_

I «S n o

HUSBAND Baptized Endowed-

_Place-Qf-

Name and address of person submit­

^Place .Place _PlQce _Mother:^_

7 or 8 Oct 1906/1

S«x

CHILDREN

f

List eacft child (whether living or dead) in order of birth

ting this sheet. 600 E. 2na Avd.

Green Co.^ Ky.

(Relationship of Fara.'iy Represenhrtfv* to Hvsttom))

WIFE Baptized— EndowedSealed to H^band.

A.ri zona. WHERE

WHEN BORN Day

Mo.

Yr.

^

John !fe.nsfield Houk

29 Aug

*

M

^

James Silas or Jim Houk

F

^

SxTsan Minerva Ho'uk

M

^

Miles Gillam Houk

*

1851

2 Feh

18!^ 3

I^Apr

1856

BORN

Town

County

Slate or Country

MARRIED (Rrst Husband or Wife) List Addiilonai Marriages with Dates on Reverse Side of Sheet

DIED Day

Mo.

Yr.

Green

Co.i

17

1927

28 Nov 1871 To laura Frances Phillips

r>...

^0 Mar iar2

Martha Ann lile Date. 10 Dec 1873 1P .q>.pt 10^3 To Pascal Bluford Pierce

ill. .Tan

1922-

To

Dote

IQ Sent 1857 abt

*

UJi

M

^

V/iUlam Frederick Houk

^

Alice D. Houk

% Or.t

27 Jan / 1859

Alexander Mackey Houk

M

2 Nov

*

1839

29 Sent 1861

*

8 Oct

1908

I^Iilissa Mildred Lile 10 Nov 1880 Date.

To

To Louesa E. Pierce 25 Mov 1879 1939 To Louesa Frances Lile

Date^

?k F>pt 1903

To

Washington Pierce

Dote.

Elizabeth or Bettv Hovtk

*

2 Apr

186^

IP Nov

19?1

To

18 Nov 1864

35 Dec

1942

To

William Henry Warf

21 Sent l8&r Almedia E. Thompson

Date

George B. Houk

M

Dote-

10

Surilda Ann

-UK

HQ

*

.Tnhn

-JL

«s

_Martha Mi ldred_HQuk

^

JL8S4.

7 Dec

1867

8 Nov

191^

2] Nov

1869

9 I-fey

19•^3 ! To James Edvard Thompson

To

Dote_

11

2 6 JAN gnFEBldtil 2aJftN 1962 AZ 1 CPU ? r 11

(Relation^p cf Family Representafive to Wif»)

Date^ M

2 6 JAN ^961 "27 FEB 13bT 1 CPU P r

Amk M<\RIAH GKBENSTREET 28 July 1826

fOther Hus. (If any)

M

IS3O

TEMPLE ORDINANCE DATA

_C£n ter

fOth«r Wivds (if any)

W1FE_ Birth •Chr Death Burial Father—

HUSBAND'S Name (in full)GgQrgg J. HoUii— Wife Anna Mariah Greenstreet

Dote_

12

To

13

To

14

Dafe_ To

15

Date_ To

Dote_

Alfred Thompson

J.886

BAPTIZED (Date)

K \ 'i

14 Sept 1959

2 6 JAN

ENDOWED (Dale)

i 16

SEALED To Poren?* ^te & Temple

Sept 1959 : ^ ^

AZ

2?FEB 1961 : 2 S J m 1962 At 4 Nov

1948 i ~ ^

29 May

1948

11 Aug

i960 ^asept 196oi

2 6 JAN 1961

2 7 FE8 1961 :2 3JAN 1962 1]?

2 6 JAN i95l

2 7 FEB 1951 2 3 JAN 19S2 1 ?

16

May

1947

2 Mar

WO g 3 JAN IQgg

2 6 JAN 1951

2 0 FEB 1361

2 6 JAN 1961

2 ? FEB 1961

2 3 m m ? i\2

2 3Jr\N 1 9 G 2 A ? 2 0 FEB 1961 2 3Jflfv igg? Q QF? „ 1 2 AUG ^960 ' » 23 74^ 196?. 2 6 JAN 1961


KCnrON CRANE HOUK

HUSBAND

8 Jan 1848

Birth *Chr.

Father Married_ Other WivM {if any)

o\

1)

WIFE_ Birth— *Chr

o o

BuriaL Father-

Family record given the patron by her mother. Ethel Lynn, and the i-ecord of Jaines McKenzie. who lives Ir Norris City^ 111.

Norris City. White. 111. Pir,r^ Norris City. Wliite. 111. AAr^thAr4: Susan Handy (Hand^ Pir.rg Norris City. White. 111.

_Place^

Miles Houk 27 Mar l872 1922. Hattie Veatch LENORA BAILEY * 27 Mar 1854

M

CHILDREN List each chlfd {whether living or dead) in order of birth

1

Clyde Stanley Hoxik X

Ethel Lynn Hoiok »

-Place

Norris City. White. 111. Norris City. White. 111. Amanda McKenzie

-Place. -Place.

7

WHERE BORN

WHEN BORN Day

Mo.

Yr.

22 Feb 1873

Town

County

State or Country

Endowed-

Day

Mo.

Yr.

WhiteJ of Norris City, L 111. 24 Jun 1954

8 Nov 1879 of

DoteTo

1)

Date-

(Relationship

DateL. Date To Dole To DateTo DateTo Date-

i 10

To

! 11

To

12

To

Date-

Date> Date To DoteTo Date... To

BAPTIZED (Date)

189^

8 Aua 1900(div

28 Feb i960 To Walter Scott Boyd

To

1. 7 jUL 13b4

s:

Mary McElvain *

1964

11 APR 1954

.

Sealed to Husban

MARRIED (First Husband or Wife) List Additional Marriages with Dates on Reverse Side of Sheet

DIED

fi dau

l>ii

(Relationship of Family Representative to Husband)

ting this sheet.

To

56 15

11 APR :964

Baptized—

Baptized

To

14

HUSBAND

Name and address of person submit­

91 Wasatch Ave. Vernal. Utah

1848

TEMPLE ORDINANCE DATA

Madge l^iley Boyd Johnston

Date_

13

Milton Crane Eouk Lenora Bailev

Wife

Family Representative:

of Norris City. White. 111.

_Place

0+h«r Hus. (If any) Sex M F

HUSBAND'S Name (in fuiii

Endowed-

27 Jun 1921 29 Jun 1921 Wynder Bailey

Death_

family record obtained?

_Place_

23 Jan 1927

Death Burial

Where was information shown on this

Greensburg. Green. Ky.

_Place_

I ^ APR 1964 1 1

1 APS 1964

R dau

^ 0 J/IN '65 St

R«P^es«ntottv« to Wife)

"TT ENDOWED (Dote)

1 7 JUL t964 i 7 JUi. 1964

SEALED To Parents Dote & Temple

2 0 JAN '65 SL 2 0 JAN *65 St-


IV)

1

%


HUSBAND_

/.

Birth •Chr. Death Burial Pother Married

BUD VTILSON HOTHC ^ 12 July 1878

20 Nov. 1Q57

—Place-

o

Birth •Chr. Death BuriaL Father

Miles Gellam Hoiik *

HUSBAND'S

Bud & Nola Hoiik J Pierce, Ky. and Obituaries

wifA

T II P

HUSBAND

1 1 ftUG I960

BaptizedEndowed-

7 July 1879

-Place-

;25~^T95^

Pinrp

Richard Abram Lile » CHILDREN

list each child (whether living or dead) in order of birth

MnthAft Amanda Katharine

WHEN BORN Day

Mo.

Hallie Lile Erwin

Name and address of person submit­

Fierce , Green, Ky.

-Place-

Yr.

Town

ting this sheet.

Henderson

WHERE BORN County

State or Country

Day

Endowed

!$00 East 2nd Ave Mesa. AriznnA Mo.

Yr.

fcv_

BAPTIZED (Date)

Date-

DoteTo DoteTo DoteTo DoteTo DoteTo DoteTo DoteTo DateTo 10

11

12 13 14 i 15 (Copyright, Joseph Fielding Smith, Church Recorder. Printed in U.S.)

DoteTo DoteTo DoteTo Date-. To DateTo

Date_ To W h e n o p i a l i c a b l e i n d i c a t e v / h i c h c h i l d i s a n c e s t o r o f F a m t i v R e o r < ? « e n t n » l v f t b v o l a c l n a " X " in frnnf n4

r.

^

3 CPUS

(Relationshi^f Family RepressnfaHve fo Wife)

MARRIED ^First Husband or Wife) List Additional Marriages with Dates on Reverse Side of Sheet

DIED

2 4 AUG 1 3 6 0

Baptized Sealed to Husband-

To

iJJI

3 cous

(R^tionship of Family RepmentaHv* to Husband)

Family Representative;

Green Co. J Ky.

-Place-

1878

TEMPLE ORDINANCE DATA

Green Co..KY.

-Place-

Wilson Houk Enola Suvada Lile

Name {in fuin

family record obtained?

PierceJ Greenj Ky.

JAothert M e l i s s a Mi.ldreti

13 .Tan. 1007

^Cfher Hus, (If any)

Sex : M i

Ky.

-Place

ENOIA SUVADA LILE

WIFE

Where was information shown on this j

Place-

pother Wives (If any)

05O 2_ >: c®o Q u.kO

Green Co.

Place_

A.

r

ENDOWED (Date)

SEALED To Parents Date & Temple


mm26 Oct 1901

Birth

Where was information shown on this family record obtained? ^Place

'Chr Death-

_Piace

BuriaL

_Piace

Father Married|Oih«r Wives (If any)

George Flnley TTotik »

28 .Tuly 1923

12 Oct 1901

Birth

lOther Hus. (If any)-

_Mothert_

]vfaggl,ft May Brldgewater

_Place

Tn-ylnrv-mPj

*

HUSBAND

fTh-ri

Stoni ngton, Chr1 sti

_Place

DeathFather

-p 1

Baptized-

Laurence Eliaer Hoiik

n1

Baptized

.Place

ting this sheet.

Endowed-

Tlecaturj m

WHERE

WHEN BORN Mo.

Yr.

Town

State

BORN

Of

County

Country

MARRIED (Krsf Husband or Wife) List Additional Marriages with Dates on Reverse Side of Sheet

DIED Day

Mo.

Yr.

Date_

JL

Robert Laurence Houk

PP Ma-r lOPlj.

Pecattir.

Macon

To Date

Marjorle Ann Houk

15 Oct 1925

To Dcte

Jack Elmer Houk

JL

21 Mar 1927

M

George Willlajn Houk

19 Nov 1928

M

Richard Dale Houk

15 Mar 1931

To

12 Jlme 196c

To

To DateTo DoteTo Date_ To DateTo DateTo Date12

13 14 15

1 Feb 1948-

hus

To

Dote^ To DateTo DateTo

1 1 £PP Ht SI

(RelaHonshIp of Fomily Representative fo Wife) BAPTIZED

ENDOWED

(Date)

(Dote)

SEALED To Parents Date & Temple

7 Aug 1941

James D. Vfarwick

10 Aug 1955

Patricia K. Westbrodk 7 Aug 1941 7 Aug 1941

To

Date_

11

24 Jan 1948 Harriett Plunk

Date-

Date-

10

4 <Ti]1 uiy y 1917 J

1 1 A P R J9 6 1

Sealed to Husband

135 E. MEirletta

Day

self

WIFE

..Place -Place

List each child (whether living or deod) In order of birth

7 Aug 1941 1 1 APR 1961

(Relationship of Family Representative to Husband)

Name and address of person submit­

William Kepler Tiittl.e CHILDREN

1

fnin Laxirence Eliaer Houk 1901 I'Sabel Luclle Tuttle TEMPLE ORDINANCE DATA

Family Representative:

'Chr BuriaL

Wife

Endowed-

MA-RRT. TnnTT.F 'Hrm.K

WIFE_

Sex M F

family records

HUSBAND'S Name (in

JL9 Kay 19^1

Patsy Stoutenborou^ 7 Aug 1941

1 1 APR 1961

IHAPR'SISL


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FORM V.' 8. No. 6-2B M. 1-U 1,

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1>J5£A9H^ ^ IViijwr.v RogiHirarJori uismci No

. r/^

Coutit)'.^

Ay

yf../.... A

(No.

City of if death occurs away from usual residence, give facts called for under apeclol Information.

2.

PULli NAME

f.

16. DATE OF DEATH

(

^ (Day)

T. AOB 8. OOOCPATION (a) Trade, proIOHnlon or particular kind o( work.. (b) 0«neral nature of InfdUBtiy, buBlnesa, or eatabllshment In which employed (or employer)

.

,

.yr ' Aj i l i i'...

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i ;

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0. BIRTHPIjACE ,

',i;

13. BERTUPIiAOK OF MOTME» (State or Country)

.mo«.

(Secondary) 1J.. ^ 1Duratlj

•y^

i. .. .M. I).

18. liENGTH OF RESIDENCE (For Hospitals, InsUtnUons, Tronalents or Rccout Residents.) In the At place mos <Uya Sta.te yrs moa dayn of death.. .yrs WhoTfe was dlapoHc contracted ^TO mE BBST OFrMlE KNOWI/HDCIIB, If tiot at place of detithr former or 1. uiuftl roalili-iici 10. Pl^qio OF mUMAlT OR nEM:OVAI I DATB <> IBI b. mVDEI{T/OMt;R /T) LA^DUKsa—--.

State of Idaho# «- • •) County of Ada • • • •) THIS IS TO CERTIFY That this is a certified copy of a certificate '• filed with the State Department of Health under Title 39# Idaho Code,

'O

.ds.

(Addreea) sSktethe DRASAM CAUSINO DBATH: or in deatha from VIOUHT CAUSCS, state (1) MBAia OP iNJimr; and (2) whether AODDBNTAI^, SUICIDAL or HOUIOIDAI..

or Country)

la. MUUDEN WAME OP MOKBQBR

.Yrs..

i ^ n t r l W t o r j r

(Signed).:....

II. BIRTHPIiACE CIS THKR

•I:-

n

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(Y/ar) (Month) I lUtRKnY OKKTIFY, Tl»»t I atteudod atvoiMavl from JM (Yeal) HO IBl.a.u lw<?.-,t,..,.ttJlvo on /../jf..—loi. • IVf LBS^ than 1 day Uiat I Ittst *htm many An, «r nnd U»ut doatli o<)ouro<i on th« <(at« stated /hovn, at Tbp CAUBli OF DKAXjl* WM W I llowa:

0. DATE OF

(InforniHnt) (Addr<u<«) . 15. Piiwl

FMo No ^ ig 2, ^ {) " RU^IHI ered No If death occurred In a ho.ipttal, 4nstltutlon or camp, g:ive Its NAME Instead ol street and number.

PBRSONAIi AND STAMSTlCAfj PAR'WOtlliARS \. coiiORy^ RAOs: 5. SINGtiE, MARRIED WIDpW®»*OR DIVORCaSD.

14. TUE ABOVE I

StaU) of Idaliu |{OAHl> t»F IlliAI/l'H Btu-cuii or VitjU S(atls(l< -t

DEC 1 3 1966 Date It sued

State kcrastrar of Vita

•e

•s


9

9

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DRESBACH FAMILY if-j'J Robert John Charles Eva Lena Anna(Miles) Jessie Irma

[/•

ri-

I

i

1 John Ennis

Isaac Ennis'

A

WILLIAM HANDY ENNIS FAMILY [Handy Matthias MaryElenor WilUam Daniel Sarah Evaline Lester Carl Cora Elizabeth James Edward Martha Houk Louie Jane Ira Lee Thomas Jefferson

^

ENNIS FAMILY Thomas Jefferson Wilham Handy AlDerry Ira Lee Martha(Houk) Jessie(Dresbach) Louie Parish Lois Ava Aileen Geneva LaVeme Lester Ennis Ennis Parish Ennis Parish Ennis

ENNIS FAMILY Thomas Jefferson Bernice Martin Pearl Gaines Ira Lee Louise Weilepp Lester Carl Cora Elizabeth Sara Evaline Lawrence Martin Orville Ennis William Daniel James Edward Armetta Daves Anna Rannebarger Louie Jane Edith Engle Jayne Ennis Clarence Pease Opal Ennis Zella McGinnis Mary Elenor Martha Houk Carmi Parish Handy Matthias „Kiiq^ease Winnifred Pease Juanita Parish Louis Ennis Max Ennis Ayleen Parish ^Wf^Pease Merrit Pease Everett Pease Clarence Pease Leslie Ennis La Verne Parish


*

7

J, 'J'

-

V

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I

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3 **'

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Zella McGinnis Curtis Finley Dowling

^ il

y

Elenor(^nnis)&

Emery McG3jU^

Armetta "Met" Daves EnnisDoy James S. Ennis Enp;Ie h-jn & T.miief

Ennis) Parislj

Emery &Mar^cGSn^^J2Ji

A

Myra(Gaines) & Ira Lee Snnls| Galauay""^^?;" , Tlnsley*f''"f Ennis''"'"",

Lois

^ Ennls^^J™®

Ava Marie Bonnie Gertrude 'Jilliam Brighton Jessie(Presbach)

Ennlsl

Margureite Geneva Brighton


Martha Jane HOuk

# HI

)

William Handy Ennis

Sarah Evaline Ennis Mary Elenor Ennis Louise Jane Ennis


â&#x20AC;˘ *<1,1

Estella (Rannebarj^r) & Opal Ennis


/! "fc:: EITITIS, James Edward t AjLJx.xJi^' jiA.^ •^0 Oct isSHf^ .Place Peterstnirg. Menard, Illn

HUSBAND Born

16,

Died Bur.

HUSBAND'S FATHER HUSBAND'S OTHER WIVES

W1FE_

s==

" < o2 •£. -o isiiil C

EMIS. .Tamftg DAVES. Armetta NAME

_Ploce_

Dled_

_ Place _

Bur.

_Ploce_

WtFE'S FATHER

J!lrd_ llrd

HUSBAND'S -MOTHER

Mission

FAMILY REPRESENTATIVE

4

f

RELATION OF F.R. TO HUSBAND

SURNAME (CAPITALIZED)

GIVEN NAMES

RELATION OF F.R. TO WIFE

TEMPLE ORDINANCE DATA WIFE'S .MOTHER-

WHEN BORN

CHILDREN

RECORD

HOUK. Evaline

BAPTIZED (DATE) HUSBAND

OTHER HUSBANDS List Each Child (Whether Living or Deed) In Order of Birth

ft ADDRESS OF PERSON SUBMITTING

Stake or

WW DAVES. Armetta ic _Place_

1864

Examiners: 2.

Pioce BradentoH, pioce Bradenton. ENKIS. William Kanr^y

Born_

M F

Wife Ward

if is

Chr. _

sex

"Husband

Place.

Morr._

2^ E

i^K 'P'

5f "

_ Place.

Chr.

•c5 .= I> = ss o "O "•S •S.E

2DaJL>

DATE

WHERE BORN STATE OR COUNTRY

OF FIRST MARRIAGE

TO WHOM

DAY

WHEN DIED MONTH YEAR

WIFE

ENDOWED (DATE)

If 0

y mi

1771'

(D«t« * Temple) LG \^s'7Uv mi SEALED WIFE TO HUSBAND

(D*te Tempi*)

SEALED ft CHILDREN TO PARENTS

<I X

Z £:

a at O Z O' o N. ••

< - s H- w r; < a« O< c

ui O ^

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OTHER MARRIAGES

NECESSARY EXPLANATIONS

no issue Vvjc — ^n sog SoS

© 1964 The Geneaiogical Society of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Inc.


HUSBAND

EMIS. William TV>n1Pl ifZ.'fl 3^ J&H 1867 -"o" Petersburg, Menard, Illn

Born Chr.

,

I ^ 73

_pioce Pioce

Bur. HUSBAND'S FATHER HUSBAND'S OTHER WIVES

WIFE Born

»c X > 5 = SI ' >

-Q

Z^ E

S= = < O£ ?i^-D

_ Ploee

Examiners: 2.

Maidstone. Ontario. Canada. ••

ENNIS. William Handy

"

•iM

//

ce _Plac«. -Place.

Died

Pioce

Stake or

"

Mission

_MOTHER

R^INEBAR&ER^^s tellfi

Chr.

I

jI

HOUK, Martha. .Tanft ^ f Jt/sv

^ ^ a»

j

Gt^

FAMILY REPRESENTATIVE

V RELATION OF F.R. TO HUSBAND

RANNEBARGER.

WIFE'S _MOTHER.

WIFE'S OTHER HUSBANDS

M F

F.R. TO

TEMPLE ORDINANCE DATA

WIFE'S FATHER

SEX

RELATION OF

**adstone, Ontario, nanaiiq

Bur.

CHILDREN

WHEN BORN

List Each Child (Whether Living or Dead) In Order of Birth SURNAME (CAPITALIZED)

GIVEN NAMES

DAY

MONTH

Janft C^AA^

WHERE BORN

DATE OF FIRST MARRIAGE

F

ENNIS. Llta

M

ENNIS. Qrrllle T!

lie

MAXNKW^

lt<}0

BAPTIZED (DATE)

DAY

WHEN DIED MONTH

I jLcJb ^ 7r. f

Cisco

Illn

Cisco

Illn

FRENCH. Ada

Cisco

Illn

MADDHIN. Qeorge

ENDOWED (DATE)

SEALED (DaU * Temple) WIFE TO HUSBAND

HUSBAND

STATE OR COUNTRY

YEAR

< < X

Z £:

jls£7_

NAME a ADDRESS OF PERSON SUBMITTING RECORD

Ward

Place

Marr. IT Died f 'yUjl

ENNIS. Wlllalm Daniel BANmBAHam. Tiistella

Wife

mi YEAR

WIFE

' IT

tHTrUt^\fV 157Uv ifff

///////////fl

0

mi 3ia^ iff¥

SEALED (D't* ft Temple) CHILDREN TO PARENTS

m± 31 Ox^

un

fjai IWL 11 du.

if?i 303'/ ? f f ri t f f ^ 5"rUi>

s E O

Z o> o

— K t; <- S < a«

•- w

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2 lu Q 10

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EXPLANATIONS

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HUSBAND

Qrville KNNIS

Feb 1898

Born. Chr._

. Place. Place.

-m.

Mar _ Bur._

M-

Place. Place.

HUSBAND'S _MOTHER

HUSBAND'S OTHER WIVES

WIFE.

1.

NAME & ADDRESS OF PERSON SUBMITTING SHEET

2.

Estella RAN>raBAHG2fi RELATION OF ABOVE TO HUSBAND

Ada FRgNGH

Born

FOUR GENERATION SHEET

. Place.

Died

. Place.

Bur.

. Place.

(Date) HUSBAND

WIFE'S OTHER HUSBANDS

CHILDREN

WHEN BORN DAY

\HH3b

MONTH

YEAR

WHERE BORN

DATE OF FIRST MARRIAGE COUNTY

STATE OR COUNTRY

Ivan

Aug 1921

^33

Dick ENNIS

TO WHOM

WHEN DIED

(Date)

•IL

MONTH

I12L I f

hi

Feb 1928

J '

10 ~

SOURCES OF INFORMATION

Howard Ennis window shade gen

OTHER MARRIAGES

SEALED (Date and Temple) WIFE TO HUSBAND

^ ^

Mar 1920

A

Marian 5NNIS

NO •

LDS ORDINANCE DATA WIFE'S . MOTHER .

Paul SNNIS

FOR FILING ONLY

DATE SUBMITTED TO GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY

WIFE'S FATHER

List each child (whether living or deadi) in order of birth. Given Names SURNAME

RELATION OF ABOVE TO WIFE

YES •

. Place.

Chr.

SEX M F

1898

Stake or Mission

William 5>?NIS

HUSBAND'S FATHER

Ward

Examiners;

. Place.

Died_

Wife

Orville ENNIS Ada FRENCH

Husband

NECESSARY EXPLANATIONS

(L

m

SEALED (Date and Temple) CHILDREN TO PARENTS


HUSBAND

TUTTOTS, VA -ikrv

\

Paul

lH3t>

^ \C)

Wife

Chr. Marr.

Bur.

HUSBAND'S FATHER HUSBANDS

Husband Word

Plo»

Examiners: 2.

Place

Stake or

Place

.mo?SER^:!

EMIS, OrYille

NAME ft ADDRCrSS OF PERSON SUBMITTING RECORD

1.

Plo»

Mission

-pymnK. ah»

OTHER WIVES

WIFE I>5 c w i

II " 1

Z^ E

S= = < O£ ^ irt TJc to i/> "S

^ 2 .

FAMILY REPRESENTATIVE

Born

.Place _

Chr.

-Place,

Died

_PIace_

Bur.

.Place _

WIFE'S FATHER

RELATION OF F.R. TO HUSBAND

TEMPLE ORDINANCE DATA WIFE'S .MOTHER.

BAPTIZED (DATE)

M F

UJ UJ JO

ENDOWED (DATE)

SEALED (D«t« * Tempi*) WIFE TO HUSBAND

HUSBAND

WIFE'S OTHER HUSBANDS SEX

RELATION OF F.R. TO WIFE

WHEN BORN

CHILDREN

List Each Child (Whether Living or Dead) In Order of Birth

SURNAME (CAPITALIZED)

GIVEN NAMES

DATE OF FIRST MARRIAGE

WHERE BORN STATE OR COUNTRY

DAY

WHEN DIED MONTH

/////////////

YEAR

SEALED * Temple) CHILDREN TO PARENTS

TO WHOM

< < X

Z

:

S AC

E

o -« ^ £ < D. •

O < c

ot «/> —

2 lu < O

8

9~

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2o«

OTHER MARRIAGES

NECESSARY EXPLANATIONS

© 1964 The Genealogical Society of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Inc.


]fW

HUSBAND__j-iAJ>IDEf. fieorge B Born

27 Sep 1901

Place

Aui'CjiJk Macon, "Mo-fA-v-.

i' i'' ^ IHn

Sl-l.'y %i}V

NAME at ADDRESS OF PERSON SUBMITTING RECORD

Ward

_Place

Chr.

Husband Wife

Mn„ 12 Mar 1921 _ Place Springfield (/''5 Died 21 Jan 1Q66 -Place. Bur. 2k Jan 1Q66 _ Place Fair lawn nemetery HUSBAND'S FATHER MADDEN. Seorge B _£z.£ -7^ HUSBAND'S

A

Examiners: Stake or Mission HUSBAND'S -MOTHER

SCHUDEL. TH1l9:a"beth

OTHER WIVES

WIFE X > •; = Z^ E

S= = < Os. •£ ^ 40 "O

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Geneva Ennis I guess you called Geneva Campbell about your fathers daath. She called me. Then one night Gladys Nelson called me. She just wanted to visit. She sure sounded natural. I had a card and note from Lena Scales. She gets lonesome. Now that we know you are not coming until Sep we will go ahead and have the Ennis reunion on Fathers Day at the Welden Park as planned. We could have a family gathering anyway at our place after you get here, just the Ennis and Pease families. I feel sure the Campbells will plan a gathering for you. Geneva and Roy love to visit but they are not able physically to entertain company over night at their place. Geneva can't see and Roy can't hear. Genevas mind is aa clear as it ever was but Roy is confused. So you better make our house your head quarters and visit relatives from here. We have plenty of room and plenty to eat. I can work as good as I ever did only a lot slower. We had our family here for Thanksgiving dinner with 10 present. Bill was home from Forgo, North Dakota. Then we had 12 here for Christmas dinner Sunday Dec 24. Jack was home from Boston. Arthur and Bonnie from Decatur joined the group. Then on Christmas day we went over to Arthur Lyne and saw their presents and their went to Geralds in Urbana. The weather was real good. We enjoyed the Christmas letter telling about all yo\ir activities and trips. I have a nephew in El Paso, Texas, Jimmie Galoway, son of my sister Lois Ennis Galoway. Jimmies address is El Paso, Texas, He has a good Federal job working at White Sands Missile Base, New Mexico. I think he works some on week ends at a religious broad casting station, in El Paso. He came back home to Brocton, 111 when Elmo died, I'll bet Mark really had a good time visiting with Howard Ennis, I'll bet his (Howards) tongue never stopped. When we used to go to Florida we wotild take Aunt Cora and Uncle Clarence Peace to visit Howard and Margaret. They were living together then. Howard would tell fimny stories about his grand parents George and Mollie Ennis, also Sam and Annie Ennis and about Uncle Jack and Aunt Liz and about Aunt Betz. Of course we knew all of them. We always had a wonderful time in St. Petersburg, We can't drive on long trips anymore or drive on the hard road after night. We do manage to go to Decatur, Urbana and to the Carle clinic at Mohmet (Branch of the one at Urbana). Arthur, Lynn, Helen or Bryan (age 1?) often drive for us when we go 4t night. We can all go together. They just live a mile from us, Gerald and Lois are now on their way to Washington D.C. in their red station wagon. They have their apt rented. Gerald will work for HUD for l/2 months. I think my sister Lois and I will fly out to visit them in March if they can find a room for us near by. Will doesn't feel equal to going. I will be 80 years old March 1st. I don't feel that old. On April 19th we will have been married 60 years. I think Lois and Helen are planning some kind of celebration. Gerald and Lois will be home in Urbana for several days in April. We did not have church because of sleet today.

March 6, I965 We were so happy to me6t Mark and have him visit us. As soon as he left I regretted I hadn't told Elbert how to get up to Arthurs house, so he could meet Arthur, Helen and Bryan. I think he met more of the Martin family then he did the Ennis. Bill Martin said he thought it would be a good idea for all of you to come to Illinois in August and pay us a visit. This is a good vacation mo. But since we are retired farmers any time you can come will suit us. You can unload your Iviggage and make our house your headquarters. We can sleep six extra in our front bedroom and closed in front porch. Thanks to our I6 ft home freezer we always have plenty to eat so cMipany to us is no problem. We would love for you to meet our children, two married sons and six grand children. Then there are Opal and George Madden in Decatur, Dr. Arthur Ennis and Bonnie and married daughter (Tom and Bonnie Marie Cox and little T.R.) There are Merritt Peaces and son Johnny and family. Handy Peace and family at Decaturj Winnifred and family in Peoria, to mention the dearest ones. Ava ia at Carey, Lou and Elmo at Brocton and Wayne in Beuagn. You would enjoy going to Urbana and seeing the Univ. I called Maxine Poff to see where Mark would be on Sun night and she thot he had already gone. So he didn't get to visit Mother Ennis, his Aunt Jessie age 90. So plan to visit us and we will see you get to meet your.numerous cousins. Geneva Ennis Brighton

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Mr. and 1^, Wni- Brii left home Feb. 3 for a trip south. They first went to Clayton, Louisiana where they "OTfitns. the Jxfl, Tj»igr>ng Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Nelson is the— Martin. wEo hias visit­ ed in this commimity. Monday, accompanied by Mrs. Nel^n tihey went to Livingston, Ala­ bama to visit ^heir cousins, Mrs. Curtis acaiea/ Tuesday they started Florida and arrived at Colenian Wednesday and found their and Uncle rfte.wnne Pease, age 85, m good health and looking for trem. They accompanied the Brightons on several trips. They went to Leesbiu-g sever­ al times, to see their .aunL^nd criiiatn. nnd

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Bradenton, to Orlando to visit TV4V fl.nri M^g T<;ster Etmls. to St. Petersburg to visit ML Mra. Wnward Ennis. Mrs. Ennis had secured 4 tickets for them to attend Don Mc-

a.<4 Neill's Breakfast Club at Bay loome which they built last Front Center (Auditorium. of DeWitt. The Then they went to Busch Gar­ freeze had hurt their flowers dens. Sat., Feb. 19, they all went to but they were coming out of Tampa to Curtis Hixon Hall it. They attended services to­ to Oral Roberts' Crxisade. gether at Unity Church in They wentl to 6 Gun Terditory Clearwater. Other guests at and Silver Springs and spent the Kings on Sunday, Feb. 28. a day at Homosassa Sprtngs. wre y>lrs. Clarence Brighton The Brlgbtons started to and Mrs. Joe Keller, who were Largo Feb. 23 where they vacationing in St. Petersburg. After leaving Largo the stayed a week at Virginia Apts. While there they visited Brightons visited Bok Tower, tiielr coiy^jri-t R- C- and Leta 9po<& Hill, The Great Masjcing and the group took sev­ tert»lece and Cypress Gardens. eral trips together. The Bri­ They went back to Coleman ghtons visited the Clearwater to geti their miail anfl then Beach and other beaches, the started back home Friday, Wax Museum and Sunken March 4. It rained hard Fri­ Gardens in St. Petersburg, day afternoon through Gtorthe MilUon DoUar Pier, the gla. They had snow flurries Boxmty Exhibit, History Ex­ Saturday and Sunday and icy hibit, Plnellasi County Indust­ roads Sunday morning In Ken, rial and Aerospace Exhibition tucky and Indiana. They ar­ at the St. Petersbiu«-Clear- rived home safely at 4 o'clock Sunday afternoon, March 6. water International Airport. Mr. and Mrs. King are Uv- They traveled 4,608 miles and ing in their beautiful neW had no car trouble-

1\tr aTid Miti Win I Erightrin and Mr. and Mfs 'Artlmr Bri­ ghton and Bryan went to De­ catur Sunday to an early Ohrisitma.s gathering of the •Ipssle Ennis family at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Arthin' Ennis. A bountiful tiui'key din­ ner was enjoyed at noon. In the afternoon tnere were volxmteer musical numbers and recitations and songs by the childien. MlJvies were taken by Dr. Ennis and Mi'.s Tnm Cox. Mis. Jessie Ennis, tlie mother and grandmother of the family read the Christmas stoi-y from the Bible and also gave a reading "Grandpa^ Stebbins plays Santa Claus." Then Santa Claus appeared and mdre pictures were taken of Santa and the children of the family. The children all told him what they wanted for Chrtstmas. After Santa left the children played games. 37 members of the family were present. Oldest pi'esent was Mrs. Jessie Ennis, Champaign, and youngest was Thomas Rob­ ert Cox, 11 month gnn Af Mr. and Mi-.s Tnm rny nptiatur.


Geneva Brighton We enjoyed very much the family pictures and history, and will sure save that sheet and put it in one of our kodak books. We hope to go to Florida for qhile in Jan or Feb. Aunt Cora and Uncle Clarence Peace, Coleman sure want us to come We always take them on some trips. Besides places of interest we go to see Uncle Lester, Aunt Mary and Zella and to see Howard and Maraiaret Ennis. Aunt C and Uncle C flew back to Illinois and stayed several weeks, re­ turning home Nov l6th. They are really good and enjoying warm weather. Bill and Peggy Madden had a new baby girl in Oct, which makes seve for them. Opal still lives alone in the big house but haul hopes of getting a Milliken boy to stay at night. Tom and Bonnie Cox the two little boys have moved to Peoria and bought a home. Tom are transfered there by caterpillar. Their home is not far from Winnefreds. They pass it on the way up town. So that pleased all of them very much. They all go to First Methodist Church. Winnifred helped Bonnie get acquainted. She says T.R. and A. G. know her when she comes in and are all smiles. Kathy Ennis is to be married to Dennis Hirota on Jan 6 in the chapel of the Methodist church in Decatur. Arthur and Bonnie are taking all the guests to dinner at 6 O'clock at the Decatur club. Denny is to get his Doctors decree in Sanitary Engineering at the Univ of Michigan. He and Kathy will move to Albuquerque where he will be in the air corps. Merritt and Helen have their second grandchild, a little girl, which pleased them very much. My mother is doing real well. She gets around with a cane, pretty slow. She has a roomrin her house. A neighbor lady helps with the work, what she will let her do. Gertrude Ennis is still not very good and we are all very worried and concerned about her. She was in Mercy Hospital when, Urbana and has also been to Mayos. Besides the xilcers she now has a fistulae that rims. She is supposed to go back to Mayos in Jan. They fent Julie age 15 to a girls boarding school in Indianapolis. She was home for Thanksgiving and will be home for Christmas. The oldest boy, John is married to a very fine girl, a trained nurse. Tom has moved into an apt with another boy. They get a negro girl to come in twice a week to clean ajid iron. Gertrude tries to cook for her and Joh. She is supposed to eat a lot. She is such a wonderful person, as good as gold. She has always been so active and lead such a useful life up until last summer. I would rather be sick myself than see her the way she is. We had a Christmas card and letter from Harold and LaVeme Johnson at Fort Myers. They had been to see Aunt Mary and Zella. Their daughter and family (Carma Lou) will make the trip to Florida and visit them at Christmas. You can send us a card or else write to Roy and Geneva when the new baby get here. We tell each other news of the relatives. Geneva and I both belong to Weldon Womans Club. We had a very cool siimmer and have had a cold rainy fall. Seldom do we get a nice day. It rains or snows. Farmers are having a very hard time getting the corn. Very few are done. I would say almost half of it is not yet.

Corn shellers can't get help. We finally got the crib here shelled and will fill it again. Will helps Arthur all he can. The juice is not as good as last year, either. There is water stajiding in the fields now. Mauiy farmers have no live stock and fences are down. Arthur is fortunate that way. We have all our fences here and at his place and he has cattle and pigs to turn out to eat the ears on the ground. We always have some of his live stock here. Our oldest granddaughter Anne age I6 is a freshman at the Univ of Michigan, Ann Arbor and likes it fine. She has always been an excellent student, but also enjoys school and church activities. Her dormitory is not far from Kathys apt. Kathy has enjoyed looking after her. Bill is a J: at Urbana High, Joan a freshman at Univ High, Jack the 5th and Jeff the li Bryan goes to first grade in Weldon and is getting along fine. Bonnie will be two in Feb. She is extremely active and is into everything. She seldom runs down. We keep Bryan and Bonnie quite often and enjoy them so much. We will have our family Christmas dinner here on Sun Dec 24 with Geralds, Arthur, other, sister Ava Tinley and Lois mother here. Then on Monday Âťe .111 go to Geralds. ^3, 1967

Your letter came as we were starting to the E,U,B, conference at North Central College at Naperville. Our preacher. Rev Hackel from Argenta, Will and I went. We just got home last night. We had a wonderful time. I was laymember (Delegate) from our Shilob E.U.B. charge. When we got home we called Arthur (our son) and learned Geneva Campbell had tried to call us. So I talked to her. She had answered your letter air mail, for which we were thankful. When I read your letter the date didn't register withjme. We were as busy at Naperville with breakfast at ?, morning, afternoon and evening sessions I didn't find time to write. So you may not get this before you start. Geneva said maybe you would call home occassionally to see about your mail. So we hope so. We will be very happy to have you and will either take you to Champaign t< see my mother, Jessie Ennis, brother John and family, son Gerald and family (Prof Brighton, commerce U. of M we will ask them to come out here, However we think you may want to see the campus over there. In Decatur Opal Ennis Madden has gone on a trip to Norway with her son Dean and family. But there are my brother and wife Dr. and Mrs. Arthur Ennis. You don't need to sleep in your camper when you are here. We have plenty of beds. Also we keep an ample supply of food in our freezer. So we will be looking for you. Ennis reimion is -His Sxmday at Lake Decatur. We have no special place after that. We are retired farmers but still live in the farm and there is plenty todo. If you are near Peoria be siire to stop to see Morgan and Winnifred Peace Lynge. We were delighted to get your baby card and the letter. Geneva Cajnpbell called us as soon as they got theres. It is nice the baby is good natured. You will have lots of help in caring for him.


As you remember Gerald and Lois have five^ Jeff the youngest is the most rightly named child they have. He is so much like my dad. He is a handsome boy with a lot of charm and personality. He is very husky and a big eater and out weighs Jack. He and Bryan (Arthurs boy) usually love to visit and play together. When they are here the noise is terrific. Gerald called last night and said to bring our Income tax papers over on Sat morning and for Arthur to bring his Sunday afternoon. So we will sure be glad to get that done. Mother is doing real well and determined to live there by herself She does have a rommer. Johns wife, Gertrude is at Methodist Hospital, Mayo clinic, Rochester, Minn. On Tues after CJhristmas she had a major operation, an Telestomy. For awhile she got along fine and we were all so happy and thankful. But now she is not doing so well. They have to feed her intravenously to keep up her strength. She is very thin. She has had a very rough time since June and we are all very worried and concerned. Her sister Betty is with her. John flies back and forth from Champaign to Rochester. Gertrude is one of my favorite people. Anne is doing fine at the Univ of Michigan. She is a bom leader, very bright and intelligent. She is happy she chose Mighigan. She takes part in many extra curricular actitties, school and church both. We do not have all our corn in here or at Arthurs place. So we can't go to Florida for the time being and maybe not at all. Will wants to help Arthur get it in the crib and bins. Aunt Cora keeps writing for us to come and I sure want to. Notice I said "I". It is always hard to get Will started but he enjoys himself after he does. This has been a very bad fall and winter. We either get r^ or snow. A lot of farmers have com out. Also the price is entirely too low. Well Kathy Ennis (Art and Bonnies second daughter) finally married Dennis Hirota, the boy she met the summer she went to Hawaii. She is 25 years old now as Bonnie said surely knows what she wants. Art and Bonnie talked against it for a long time but finally accepted the idea and made him welcome. So the rest of us followed suit. He is an extremely nice p'ferson and will make her a good living. He has to finish his thesis and then will get his Doctors degree from Univ of Michigan, in Sanitery Engineering. He is a Lt in the air corps in Albuquerque, New Mex. They have an apt. Kathy had been working in Ann Arbor as a private Sec, Coordution Corp. She lived close to Annes dormitory and enjoyed looking after her. The wedding was Jan 6 at chapel of Methodist church in Decatur at 4 o'clock. Art and Bonnie had dinner for all the guests at the Decatur club at 6 o'clock. It was all very nice and we all had a good time together. Dennys parents and sister came from Honolulu, and a brother Jed from Univ of Calf. Following of her family went: Opal Madden, sister Ava Tingley, Mother Ennis, Gerald and Lou, Art and Helen, Merrit and Helen, Winnifred and Morgan, Bonnie and Tom, Wayne and Margaret Ennis from Berog. Tom has been transfered to Peoria by Caterpiller. They live close to Winnifred and Morgan. We heard from Geneva Campbell that Juanita and John had visited you and that you folks are planning to come out and visit all of us this summer. We were happy to hear that. Make our house your head quarters. We have plenty of room and plenty to eat. We are able to have company. We can have company easier than we can go. We are not supposed to drive in long trips anymore, or on the hard road after night.

Roy and Geneva are very poorly. Roy can't hear and Geneva can't see very very good. Roy just lives in the past. Genevas mind is as sharp as ever. We are supposed to have the Ennis reunion at Weldon Park on Fathers day. However we can soon change it. We can get the Park any time. There are two pavilions. So let us know when ^ you can come and we will set the date. The only date we have for sure is July 15 and l6 for next summer. We go to the Hawaiian ^ reunion at Ranada Inn at St. Charles. The group that went to Hawaii in March 1974 have a reunion in March 1974 have a reunion ^ every year. Arthur and family take us to it and have a vacation too. ^ We had wonderful weather all fall but Wed night we had a sleet storm. There is ice everywhere. You have to be careful when you walk. June 18, 1965 The Ennis Reunion will be Sunday, June 27 at Nelson Park in Lake De catur near the small pavilion. Dinner will be at 12:30. It would be nice if all of you could come back to 111 and meet more of your cousins and pay us a visit. We have a big house and plenty of room and plenty to eat so we would love to have you. We will tell the cousins of your visit to us. We are all fine and able to work. Roy and Geneva Campbell are building a house in Weldon. Roy and Carolyn Kleven will get the home place when they move to town.

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Geneva Ennis Brighton, 84, fonuiaiy of Wddon, died at 9;20 a.ni, Dec. 29, 1983, at Clarif. Linds^^ Village, UAaiia. Her fuiMJtal KiU. be at 1:30 p.ni. Wednssday at Siiiloh Chapd Unitai Methodist Chums, rural Wddoa, the Rev. Raymond Bassett officiating. Biaiial will be in W ddosi Visitatien will l>e frotn 7 to S p.m. Tisesday at Trigg Funeral Home. Wddoa. and from an hosir b^ore the sevi«» at the church Wadnasday, She was lK>m March 1,1899, in Iowa, a daughter of Thomas Jrfierson aed Jessie ©t^back) Ennis. She marned WilliaJTi Brighton April 19, 1919, in Weldon. He died Marfi 13,1983.

Sai^viving are two SOBS, Gsrald D., Uitjana, and Athur L., Wddon; thi«a bn»thers, Dr. Attfiur Ennis, Dacstiir; John, Champaign; and Wayne, Naples Park, Fla.; two sista-s, Lois Galloway. Urtana, and Ava Buckler. Lakdand, Fla,; seven granddiildreE; and two great^randehildra. A son pi^eded her in deeth. She Vvas a mKijb® of Siiiloh Chapd United Methodist Church, United Methodist Women, Wddon American L^icn Auxiliary, Nixon Hcmsinak«rs Extension Association and Weldun Woman's Club. Memorials may be made to the diurrfi.


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Christmas 1968 Dear Friends and Relatives, That should include all of you. Now, as we look forward to hearing from you, we shall tiy to relate news of oui" family. Till and I are in good health. We take care of our house, yard, and garden with occasional help. We are grateful for a riding mower and roto-tiller. We have lived here our entire married life, which will be $0 years on April 17, 1969* We plan to celebrate our Golden Wedding Anniversary on Sunday, April 20th with Open House in the basement of our Shiloh Chapel United Methodist Church, You are all invited to come. We request no gifts, oiir china closet and storage places are all full. Arthur and Helen live on their place six miles north of us. Arthur farms 160 A there and 80 A here. Will helps him all he can, Arthur is a member of the DeWitt County Extension Council, Helen belongs to the Women's Committee, They are active in church work. Bryan is in tiie second grade and is doing fine. He takes piano lessons, Bonnie is a pretty little blonde, very busy, and curious about ever: ^ning. She is very eager to leam to read and we all try to teach her. She will be triree in Februai-y, Gerald and Lois are very busy people. They are active in church, school, and politics. Gerald is a professor in the College of Commerce and teaches Governmental Accounting and Income Tax. He is a CPA and does income tax filing and auditing. He is in demand as a speaker. He is a itember of the Urbana City Council aid finds it very interesting. Lois is taking two classes at the U of I, She has her Master's degree in Music, bu.t wants a certificate in Elementary Educaticai, Anne vrill be 18 in January. She is a sophonore in Liberal Arts at the University of Michigan. She is in an honor group arxi conpetes with other honor students. She is a brilliant girl, well inforned, anl interested in current events. Bill is a senior in Urbana High School, He is also taking Fifth Year French at the U of I. He is on the de­ bating team. He has passed the written tests and will soon get his driver's license. Happy Day I Joan is a sophomore at University High School. She is taking five subjects. She takes piano lessons and belongs to the Student Theatre Art Group. Bill and Joan both take part in "Model United Nations" sponsored by the U of I. Jack is in sixth grade. He plays a comet in the band, belongs to a ii H club, and to the Boy Scouts. Jeff is in third grade. He takes piano Jessons and is noted far having lots of friends. He was named for ny father, Jeff Ennis, Last summer^ Bill cane out several tianes to help with the farm work. Joan came out to help walk the beans. Jack and Jeff cane out for several week-ends. Bryan and Bonnie are delighted when their cousins come and play. The noise is terrific. It is at least an hour's job to get them settled in their beds at ni^t. Sometimes we play Rook or other games with them. VJe took Bill and Joan to the State Fair. Will and I had our first taste of modern miisic I We enjcy all of thorn very much. Ify mother, Jessie Ennis, will be 9U January 26. Champaign and does real well.

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Geneva and Winnifred Ljmge flew to Florida in March to visit Aunt Cora r ad Uncle Clarence Pease and other relatives. It was a veiy enjoyable trip. Since then, • Aunt Mary I^fcGinnis and Uncle Lester Ennis have died. Geneva and Will attend church services regularly and help with the activities, Geneva belongs to Woman's Club, Home Ex-bension Association, and works in politics. We p3an to go to Florida in January. We hope Aunt Cora and Uncle Clarence will go with us on some of our trips. We expect to vis it some places wc have not seen before.

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VAHJLV NEWS'. Gerald li, a Pro{)eiior In the College o^ Commerce at the Unlver6-cty ojj JllA.notf>. He l6 alAo a C.P.A. He keepi buiy Mlth many outride acllvltiei. Loli ts he.ad o^ the Educational CommiXtee {)or Weileu United Methodlit Church. She li> a Girl Scout leader and al.6o a volunteer trainer {^or netv Scout leaders. Her hobby i^ plantA, f^loMerj,, and their garden. Thelu l6 a 6hoM ptace. Anne Mltl graduate ai a doctor {^rom NorthMeAteAn In June. She hoA done her Interviewing ^or three-year^ residency at several ho^pltjal^ In -ioulhern -itate^ and Ui Maltu.ng ^or the re6utt6. S-teve ha^ a machine maintenance Job. Their baby, Mllei Amoi, our {^Ir^t great grandchild, Ma6 born March 4. He l6 the center o^ attraction. Bill Mill gradua.te {^rom law .ichool at the University o^ Michigan In May. He already hai a job. For one year he Mill be Law Clerk lor a Circuit Judge o{) the U.S. Court o() Appeals j^or the E.ighth C-ircult. He Mill live In FoAgo, Nor.th Dakota most o^ the year. The nine Meeks during Mhlch the court Is In session Mill be spent In St. Louis. Only the Supreme Court can reverse decisions 0|) the Court o{) Appeals. Joan and Richard live in North Las Vagas, Nevada. They have their own home. She has begun Mork on a Masters Vegree In Psychology at the University o{) Nevada. She also has a new job as Library Clerk at the University. Richard does auto body work. Jack continues to live in Boston. He plays guitar, and trumpet in a pop band. They play f)or hotels, motels, and clubs. Je(\{) Mlll graduate {)rom Urbana High School In January and then stakt to school at the U. o^ I. He plays trombone In the school band. He made a stAalght "A" average In high school and Is tied {^or valedictorian Mlth iour other students. Arthur and {family moved to theMi beautl{)ul neio home in March. We Mere alt happy about that. They are just a mite {\rom us. Bryan Mas 16 in June and noM has his'drivers license. Tha.t is a big help to alt o{) us. Arthur keeps busy witii {^arm Mork. He MCU, elected Assessor ^or our toMnship. It is Monder{^ul to have thein so close. They look a(^ter us. Helen drives back and {^orth to Urbana f)ive days a Meek. She is the Secretary ^or the Associate \Jlce President {]or Public Service at .the University o{\ Illinois. Bryan is a junior in VeLand-Weldon High School. He made high honors. He plays .trumpet in the school band. He raises hogs and betongi to 4-H. Bryan and Bonnie both take piano lessons. Bonnie Is in the 6th grade. She belongs to 4-H, plays clarinet in the band, and sings in the school chorus. She -ildes her. b.icycle over to visit us quite o^ten. She has to check on he.r pet cat "Tiger," which Me inherited Mhen they moved. She is a real good girt to Mork. Saturday morning, July 16 Me Ment to the Haivailan tour reunion at the Holiday Inn at Benton Harbor, Michigan. Arthur and {,amity Ment too, and Me all. had a very enjoyable time. It Mai nice seeing and visiting with the "Cousins" again. We came home on Sunday on a dl.llerent route by way o{) Indiana. We Milt have our {^amlty Christmas here on Sunday, Vecejnber IS. Merry Chrlstnias and Happy New Year


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This ha,i been a good ycoA and an exceptionally nicz ^aZt. CAopi MCAQ. good but p^cce4 do not iuit uj. We a-ie gAotc^uZ to God hJjn many bleAiings. fAidaif, May 12, GcnaZd and Loi^ took ui to Ann AAboA, Michigan to vij>iX Bill Brighton. He and his housemates had prepaAed a good iuppeA f^or as. SatuAday mornaig BiCC showed ui through the law buildings. At 1:30 we al.t went to Senior Law Vay at Hi If Auditor^iwn and then went to a Aeception at the Lawyer.'6 Club. There were 304 graduates. VAiday, Jane 17 GeAatd and Lots took as to Chicago to visit Anne and {)ami.ly. Sa.tuAday morning we atl went to NoAthwe^teAn LlniveASitif Medical School Convocation a.t Cohn AaditoAium, EvanAton. Anne gAaduas a doctor. There were 175 graduates. The second Sandan in June we had the Brighton ^amiZy picntc at the Weldon Park and the thiAd Sunday we had the Ennts Acanion theAe. Saturday morning July 15 Aithur., Helen, BAyan, and Bonnie took as to Wisconsin to the Hawaiian Reuivion. Ntne /^amiliei met at the LeiZani Motel at Brook^ield to visit together. In the evening, we atl drove to the beaatiiat home 0^ BiCl and Betty Weimer where we had a bounti/)Ut iuppeA. Sunday we alt had dinner together at the Leitani Motel. The management had pAepared a Laaa dinnei i^or the gioup. Monday morning we drove to the Old World Wisconsin State PaAk ()or a tour. We got home lojt.eA that eveni.ng a^teA a veAy enjoyable tA^p. GeraCd, who Ls a Prof^essor in Accountancy at the U. o^ I., got a leave o^ absence /)or seven months ne.xt yeaA. He and Lois plan to be in Washington, D.C. by January 1st. Gerald has a ieClowship through the Amertcan Asiesnbly oi Colleg­ iate Schools 0/^ Basiness and wilt be employed by H.U.V. We hope to ^ly oat to visit- thevi f)or tico weeks and also go on sight-seeing touAS. Anne graduated {^Aom Northw.este'rn Medical School in June and is now in San fAancisco. Bill iA a Law Clerk ^or a. federat. Circuit Judge in Fargo, North Dakota. Joan and Richard live in Las Vegas. She is working on a Masters VegAee in Psychology at the UntveAsity o{i Nevada in Las Uegas. She is also a Aesearch oASiAtant. Jack Lives in Boston and is a musician. He plays guita.r and other instruments. Jef,{, iJ> a FAeshman at U. oi I., majoAing in masic and electrical engineertng. He plays trombone in a jazz band. He will stay in the house while hts paAents oAe away. Arthur keeps busy with his ^arm work. He is Township AssessoA. Helen iA secretary the Associate Vice President ^ OA Public Service at U. J. BAyan is a Senio't at Veland-Weldon High School. He plays trumpet in the High School Band. He pCans to go to college next {^alt. He ats>o ts in the hog business and has about 70 f)eeder pigs and eight sows expecting pigs some cold day in FebAuafiy. Bonnie is in the 7th grade and ptays clarinet in the Middle School band. She sings in tl c school chorus and belongs to 4-H. On VecembeA 5 they both had a Aecital at the Fine Arts Center in Clinton where they take piano lessons. BAyan has taken {\or eleven yc-ars and Bonnie has taken ^oA six yeoAS. We had a Thanksgiving

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•^ Accountancy department announces honors for 3 for the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development in Washington next year He is one of 26 university faculty members who will work for federal agencies under the ^deral Faculty Fellowship ^ogram sponsored by the late Schools of Business and supported by the Sears - Roebuck Foundation. . For seven months beginning m January, Brighton wiU develop and monitor projects designed to help local governments •improve their financial management practices.

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Dear Friends, It's Christmastime again--tlme to communicate with all of you we hear from, and write to, once a year. We hope for news from you; now here's our report. Local political activity occupied us the latter part of last winter, as we worked hard in two school elections, and Gerry waged a successful campaign for City Council. He is now serving as an alderman, a job that is both interesting and frustrating. Having a vote at council meetings still doesn't make you able to right all the wrongs or smooth out all the inefficiencies of a cityi Anne is a freshman at the University of Michigan, and is convinced that hers is the greatest university of all. We loyal mini bristle a little, but we're glad she's happy. Bill is doing a good job in his studies as a high school junior, and, with wrestling season in full swing has little time for anything else. Joan has become a full-fledged teen, a freshman, and in spite of the demands of Uni High, piano lessons, and her church youth group, seems to have time for the telephone I Jack has found new interests in a 4-H Club. He's a Pebble-pup, which means, of course, a little rockhound. He also enjoys sports--whatever is in season for 10-year-olds. Jeff, as a second grader, is more independent than before, reads fairly well, and has begun music lessons. He and his daddy are Indian Guides. All of us are busy, and don't write letters often, but we still find time to welcome old friends who find themselves in Urbana. We wish all of you a good year for I9681 sincerely.

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David Brighton Family Mr. and Mrs. David Brighton lived at three different (arms in the Weldon vicinity. He bought a farm four and one half miles south of Weldon and lived there until Mr. Wnfiam"H n'' ) . parents of four children: In!! ' Clarence Brighton, Gertrude Brighton and Mrs. William Johnson (Nora). Clarence, Gertrude and Nora are deceased There are nine grandchildren living. Two are deceased. There are twenty one great-grandchildren Mr. and Mrs. William H. Brighton have lived on the old rl William H. Brighton and hoi T married April 17, 1919 in the home of Hnn Tht f' ® Weland family owned and occupied by Rob Roy Twist William H and Geneva Brighton celebrated their Golden Wedding anniversary in the Shiloh Chapel Church basement on Sunday, April 20, 1969. They are the parents of three Arthur Lynn. ^ There are seven grandchildren.

William Brighton Family-1945 Rrlahfn^'^n'V""' Brighton, Geneva Brlgtiton, William Brighton. Before the War ended. Capt. Gerald Brighton was home on leave from New Guinea after having been away H"'" ''ack to South Pacific. He stayed In the service several more weeks and was promoted to Major. weeKs ana

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William Brighton has lived around Weldon his entire exception of the time he was in the service in World War I. He attended school at Pleasant Ridge Country School. He went to Brown's Business College in catur. He is the son of David and Mary Ann Coffman Bri­ ghton He had one brother and two sisters all of whom are deceased. He was eighty years old June 18 1972. Geneva Ennis Brighton was the eldest daughter of Jeff and Jusie Ennis. She had five brothers and sisters all of whom are living. She graduated from high school at Raymond, Illinois in 1917. She attended Illinois State Uni­ versity one summer. She then came to Weldon and taught Pleasant Ridge Country School one year and Shady Nook one year. William was discharged from the Army in the spring of 1919. William and Geneva were married in the home of her parents near Weldon on April 17, 1919. They moved to the old Coffman farm five and one half miles southwest of Weldon and have lived there the past fifty-three years. They are the parents of three sons. Gerald graduated from the College of Commerce, University of Illinois in 1941 with high honors. He made the Bronze tablet. He entered the Air Corps as a Second Lieutenant after graduation. He served in tlie Air Corps in Australia and New Guinea. He was discharged with the rank of Major. He then continued his studies at the University of Illinois and earned his Doc­ tor Degree. He is a professor in the College of Commerce and is also a Certified Public Accountant. He and his wife, Lorl, have five children, three of whom are now in college. Billy Ennis Brighton died January 4, 1926 at the age of four. Arthur Brighton graduated from the College of Agriculture at the University of Illinois in 1949. He is engaged in farm­ ing. He and his wife, Helen, have two children: Bryan and Bonnie. William and Geneva Brighton have been active in Shiloh Chapel United Methodist Church and In community affairs. On Sunday, April 20, 1969 they celebrated their Golden Wedding Anniversary with a reception and open house at Shiloh Chapel United Methodist Church. Over two hundred people came to the reception. They are in good health and able to do their own work. Last winter they had a very enjoyable trip and vacation in Florida. They enjoyed all the preparations and festivities of the Centennial.

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Zella M. Highberger, 92, of Palmetto, died May 26 in Mana­ tee Memorial Hospital. There will be no local visita­ tion. Services will be 11 a.m. to­ day at Brown-Edwards-Toale Funeral Home, 433 11th Ave. W., Palmetto, with the Rev. Edward Stauffer officiating. Burial will be private. Memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society, 4806 26th St. W., Bradenton, Fla. 33507. Born in Willow Branch Town­ ship, 111., Mrs. Highberger came to Bradenton from Gruen Cove Springs in 1923. She was Belfemployed in real estate. She was a Protestant. • She is survived by two sons, John Dowling of Gainesville, and Curtisf Finley Dowling Jr. of Mi­ ami; ancji a grandson.

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LAVERNE E.JOHNSON 1904-1998

LaVerne E. Johnson, Age 93, who resided at the "Village" at 2525 N. Elm, Miami, Oklahoma, died at 7:50 A.M., Sunday, at St. John's Regional Medical Center in Joplin, Missouri. Mrs. Johnson was born December 15, 1904 at Cisco, Illinois. She moved to Twin Falls, Idaho in 1917, and after retirement, moved to Clearwater, Florida. She moved to Miami, Oklahoma in 1988, and has resided at "the Village" until now. She was a member of the Port Charlotte,

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The Baxter Springs NEWS Page 1 5 Tuesday April 20, 1999

Local couple enjoys each other and community

By J.C. Smith

Baxter Springs NEWS Staff Writer

He became an educator who never gave up his dream of being an entertainer. She finds fulfillment working at the local library forthe peopleof the town she loves so much. Together, they live a peaceful life in a peaceftil town. Having raised two daughters, Sandee and Sallee, L.E. "Bud" and Carma "Lou" Johnson, enjoy living in Baxter Springs. They were married in 1951 after a short courtship. The couple met on a blind date. Lou, a farm girl from Idaho, was at­ tending Stephen's College when her fnend, Carolyn "Mitchelson" Childress invited her hom^or a weekend visit. During that visit Lou had a blinddate with a young man who had grown up in Bax­ ter Springs. He had served for three years in World War n and was an educator. That weekend Bud and Lou began a courtship that has never ended. It was interrupted, how­ ever, by the Korean War. Bud, who ^rved as a clerk, had lo leave his newfound love for sev­ eral months. He returned in /\ugust of 1951 and the couple vyas married a shortly after, i Lou's first impressions of ^axter Springs were positive. "Her dad farmed in Idaho," said B-ud. "She thought it was great look out and see houses." Bud attended college in Pittsburg. Having always been interested in acting, he tried out for every play hecould.lt wasn't until his senior year, though, that he was able to land a bit part. "I decided I had better get into something else," he said. After graduating, Bud took ajob teaching at Baxter Springs High School. Hetaught English, math, and speech. Six years later, he was asked to take a principal's job at Lincoln Elementary School. After only a year of teach-

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ing in the old school building, that will-be a problem,'" Lou his duties were transferred to the relayed. new Lincoln school building. "It (working at the library) "I liked the young kids," was one of the nicest things that he said, "but you couldn't joke ever happened to me," she said. with them very much." He said She said she loves work­ the elementary students just ing in every part of the library, didn't get his jokes. even in the basement where the "I always got a bang out of jail cells are. kids. Grade school kids believed Lou still works for the li­ anything you'd tell them." brary today. She has learned to He served as the principal read lips and is not shy about at Lincoln school for ten years asking patrons to write their re­ before accepting a position at quests down if she doesn't un­ Baxter Springs High School as derstand them. principal. New technology is help­ "You could joke with those ing her, though. She recently got kids," he said, smiling. a TTY telephone which allows Bud said he loved the kids her to talk to her daughters and and loved being around them. friends on the phone. That is He considers himself fortunate somethinE she has not been able to work both in the old high to do since) losing her hearing. school buildingand the new high Lou ^s excited about the school building. possibility ^f an operation which He never turns down a could restoj^ part of her hearing. chance to entertain. One of his She will b^ going to Oklahoma favorite acts is when i^e would City soon^'to see if she could dress up in overalls, Ms hair a benefit fr^m the operation. mess, and his front teeth blacked Sorjfie of her fayoj^ite out. He would come OT stage memori^ include tbeshows that singing "Sioux City Sue," and used to put on in the second eventually go into a bii about story ot the library. Cardwell football. used tQ direct puppet shows per"What it was, was foot­ fonn^ by local children. Lou ball" is a bit about a,country «aid enjoyed the kids who boy's fu^t football gai^. Andy {5ut ^n the puppet shows. She Griffith used to do the.feit ih fii's / eve]^ madesome of the costumes / foi;'the puppets. early days. In a 1991 article by Jpiin ; Although her job is part Green of the Area Agenc^ on tihie, Betty Burrows, current li­ Aging, Bud said began y^nter- brarian saidthat she had recently taining when he was just six asked Lou to work more hours years old. It was then he toNk up because she "needed her." tap dancing lessons. ^ Lou is very active in the He has used those lessons BiBT^~Ftw^^^s at her church throughout his life. Bud started and helps with Meals o~n Wheels-. doing his country comedy rou­ She says that although part tine during college. His dancing of her heart will always be in came in bandy when he would Idaho, Baxter Springs is her perform in the Kiwanis Club's home. Whiz-Bang shows. The Whiz"I love the people and the Bang was a parody of the chal­ community," she said. "I have lenges both blacks and whites good memories here." faced during the sixties and sev­ Some of her favorite enties. It was an annual event for memories are of the senior class a number of years. trips she would attend with her Johnson said he misses husband. those days. His performances '^Looking back over the and comedy routines took him years, I feel so blessed," she to Grove, Okla. where he per­ said. "God led me to a good man formed in the country shows and a wonderful town tolive in," during recent years. The Johnson's are very As principal, he could al­ proud of their involvement in ways be counted on to make the community and their school fun, yet could be serious achievements. Bud has a if he needed to. Johnson was memory room where hedisplays always concerned his students plaques and trophies along with receive the best education. the posters from two parades in His ^rareer did not stop which the couple served as the when he retired. He worked as a Grand Marshals. They were the consultant for the Area Agency Christmas parade of 1985 and on Aging until two years ago. the Cowtown Parade of 1993. Lou, always smiling, be�� Bud is very proud of the gan working at the Johnston caps and trophies he has gotten Public Library, in September of from pool tournaments he par­ 1974. She said she was always ticipates in. He still shoots in the in the library, reading, when one tournaments at the Senior Citi­ day Buelah Cardwell, librarian zens Center in Miami, Okla. at the time, asked her if she had Bud and Lou's daughters ever thought about working. have blessed them with three Because she was experi­ grandchildren. Sandee lives in encing a significant hearing loss Marshfield, Mo. and has two at the time, Lou did not think she sons, Brandan, age four, and Eli, could work at all. age one. Sallee, lives in Miami, "Miss Cardwell took off Okla and has one son, Caleb

Lou and Bud Johnson at their home In Baxter Springs. The couple loves living in the quiet communityand enjoys working with their friends.

Lou and Bud Johnson just after their wedding reception. The were married in 1951. The flowers were sent from Johnson's outfit in Korea.

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Has Changed Much During His Career Antiques hang from the walls and stand in the corners of the small waiting room in the ofice of Dr. ^hur L. Ennis at 366 W. Prairie. Most are harnesses, seats ind other relics of horse-andbuggy days. On the walls of the hall leadng back to the examining •ooms are paintings. Some are oils, painted by Dr. Ennis. And there are two prints — loth by Norman Rockwell. One iepicts a doctor taking a doll's lulse as a little girl holds the doll on her lap. Another has a bare-bottomed icy intently reading a doctor's iploma as the physician pre'ares a hypodermic needle. Pleasant, nostalgic scenes, ecalling the "kindly, old famiy doctor" — the kind who iiade house calls, charged his ees on a sliding scale and reated you from cradte to grave. The kind of a doctor like the •ne sitting now in a rear examling room. A man who after une 1 will be as retired as the arnesses, bridles and carriage jats in his waiting room. Seventy-one years old, Dr. :nnis 'has been in Macon ounty since 1933 when he be­ an his residency at the thenj'ecatur and Macon Coimty lospital. [He practiced seven years in laroa, served in World War II hd came to Decatur in 1945, racticing general medicine ^^nd surgery. "Oh, I'll work a few hours a iionth St some local nursing ^es." says Dr. Ennis of the ays^-ter he ends his 45 years mtH.icai practice. Ad I'll jjiint spend some ime le on my - gf^id raise

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He'll also have tune to think, to reflect on the changes in medicine since he began prac­ ticing. "When I stai'ted practicing in Maroa (1934) office calls were $1', a house call was $2 — and that often included medicine — and obstetrical care was $25," he says. The prices might soiond good today but the tools at a doctor's disposal were limited. "We had no antibiotics," he remembers. "Sulfa didn't come in until about 1936 and penicil­ lin wasn't widespread until af­ ter World War II. • "In those" days we had about one or two patients die of pneu­ monia each year. We just opened up the windows, gave them plenty of fresh air and tried to treat their symp­ toms." Today, with modern drugs, pneumonia cases "are hardly worth a third call" post of the time, he notes. Despite .all the "miracle drugs'" and new diagnostic and surgical techniques, 'Dr. Ennis says it's still the simple things that bring on much illness and early death. "There are six things lhat .shorten mv Datients' lives," he

explains, "and they are thuigs phasis has been on disease pre­ that don't cost a lot of money to vention and we've made tre­ treat." mendous advances in that area " he says. He writes the ^problems on a , "Bat we haven't made any in prescription pad as he relates what I'd call pro-health or pre­ them. vention." "Overuse of tobacco. Ove­ That is the next frontier but ruse of alcohoL Obesity. Lack it will be explored with a differ­ of exercise. Accidents. And ent spirit, he fears. lack of equanimity, people run"Medicine has become a nmg around tense and nervous busir ess," he admits. all the time," he says. "But let's not give these new "It doesn't take any miracle doctors too much of a black medicme to treat these thmgs. eve. There's a lot of expense to But it does take common practicing medicine today. sense." "When I started off my office There's also the growing ten­ rent was $10 a month and I dency towards third-party pay­ slept in the office." ment for medical care as insur­ Allowing for the modern re­ ance companies and industry quirements of more office help pick up medical bills. and equipment, there's still a "This is not good," he says. much deeper c'hange, perhaps "It give'- the doctor and tlie one cf attitude. patieni no incentive to save "Wien I started we had char­ money •.-• ity patients and we knew that's It leads, he believes, to rising what^ they were. We took care health care costs, which are «f thfm for nothmg or at a re­ also fueled by rising malprac­ duced rate," he says. tice insurance rates. "Nt.w medicine is considered "The public feels that mal­ a coanmodity, like something practice is the doctors' prob­ you'd go into a store and buy. lem," he says, "but it is every­ Something that you go into a body's problem." doctoi's office and pay so much Higher insurance rates are for. merely passed along to the con­ "And doctors feel they should sumer, he says. be paid an equal fee." He also notes the shortage of He hesitates to pronounce general practice physicians in judgment on that devel­ Decatur. opment. "I think that part of the prob­ "It's a change," he says. lem here is that doctors are "It's sad as far as the under­ not using their time as effec­ privileged are concerned. But tively as they might," he be­ the times have forced the lieves. youn§: doctors to do this." More routine itiatters, such You get the impression that as blood-pressure tests, could for D'. Ennis the times have be handled by trained nurses, chang ed too much. he says. ' "I'm an old-timer,'' he says, That's the direction he sees sJowIy shaking his head. medicine going — more doc­ ^'I've taken patients as tor's assistants or ru. / prac­ they've cotfie — good, bad or titioners and empr;- '/jn pre­ indifferent. vention. ^ "I took them without looking "Durinig my career the em­ at their credit rating."

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.|iiiiiiil:i I'. Krusf Jiianil.'i P Ktu'.o, 87. of Boise iliod Wodnesday, April 21, 1999. al ,1 Boise care center No (uneral serviciis will be held Airangemenls are under the dlrec lion ol Cloverdale Funeral Home, Juanita was born Nov. 24. 1911. at Areola. Ill , to Carmer M and Louise J Pansh She mairied Frank C. Kruse on May 18. 1939. at St. Edward's Catholic Rectory in Twin Falls. Idaho. Juanita moved to Idaho in 1917, and graduated from Buhl High School in 1931. She then went on to graduate from Heller Beauty School of Cosmetology in Decatur III., in 1934. She worked at IVIidway Beauty Salon in Filer, Idaho, wherf: she bought the salon and renamed It Parishoppe. After live years in Filer, she moved the salon to Twin Falls. After marrying Frank C. Kruse, a dnver for Consolidated Truck Lines, they moved in 1945 to Twenty-nine Palms, Calif., and then Corpus Christi, Texas, for his Navy advanced training. Juanita and Frank came back to Boise and built a home and started Kruse Electric, Frank passed away in 1991, J u a n i t a was t h e y o u n g e s t daughter S h e had two sisters Lavorn© E. Johnson of Minm OKla., and Ayleen Roberls of J e ome. Idaho Bpth are deceased She was a snappy dresser fui ' humor and a twinkle m her evJuanita wilt be greatly missed Sis now at peace and with the 'o. ol her life, Frank Juanita was very active wiih i), LaOy ot the Rosary CatM • Chun h Sacred Moan Church i St Mark's Caihohc Church Sh« 15 sun/ivt',5 hy htu KTI 'i ly A Kfir.i* .tfitl yi.ii'il Knr.« • I!, ...

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THE PRESENT BUILDING Oedic»tion in June, 1911. Building committee left to right: E. A. Ater, M. Pattengill, J. C. Cnninger. Charles Croninger, Fletcher Irwin, |ir» £. Miller.

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HISTORY OF THE CISCO METHODIST CHURCH The first meetings of the Methodist fellowship in the vicinity of Cisco were held in the homes of the people, under the guidance of circuit riders. The Cisco church is the outgrowth of the amalgamation of two open country churches, which united in 1874 and erected a church build­ ing at Cisco the following year. The Centenary Chapel was located three miles southeast of Cisco, about where Orville Sago now lives; the Pleasant Ridge Church, which began holding services in 1855, was at the time of the con­ solidation situated three miles northwest of the village, on the east side of what is now state Route 48. Before the Centenary CAapel was erected, in 1865-*66, services were conducted occasionally by circuit riders in homes and schools, begin­ ning sometime between 1850 and 1860. The homes of Samuel Miles and Felix Watson, and three schoolhouses, were used as gathering places for the religious societies which were included in the traveling connection in the 1850*s and 1860's until 1866. The chapel was built soon after a revival had been held in the Shady Nook School, in the timber east of the site of Centenary. The Pleasant Ridge society began as a class, organized in the home of Hiram Chandler. It first consisted of Mr. Chandler and his wife, Rachel: their daughter, Mary; John W. George; and John Griffith. The first public services were held in a new barn about two and one-half miles south of Cisco, in 1855, on land.now occupied by Lawrence Coon, until a schoolhouse was built that year about three miles northwest of Cisco and a half mile north of the site of the Pleasant Ridge School of more recent years. Packs of

; wolves sometimes surrounded the schoolhouse I during Sunday School. Parents sometimes told I their children that the wolves were attracted by the singing. Soon afterward, the Pleasant Ridge [ Church was erected near the school. It was for a time independent, and later Presbyterian, but the Chandler family eventually led it into the Methodist fold. Up to 1850 only a few houses had been built in the Cisco settlement. In 1850, a tract of land was granted by the federal government to the State of Illinois, and in 1851 it was given to the Illinois Central Railroad. In 1871 most of this land was sold, and the first railroad track was laid through Cisco. After this the settlement grew rapidly for two or three decades. The grouping of the early church organizations of the community into circuits is obscure. How­ ever, they appear to have been included in the Friends* Creek Circuit in 1865 and 1866, and in 1867, and for a time after that, in a circuit centering around Cerro Gordo, although the place of residence of the pastors in those days is not known. In the fall of 1874, the Centenary and the Pleasant Ridge societies, the Wesley Church (southwest of Cisco), the Bell Prairie Church i(near Argenta), and the church at Deland were 'formed into the Cisco Circuit. The Reverend i Joseph Winterbottom was the first pastor of this circuit. (The Bell Prairie services were held in the Bell Prairie School, four miles west of Argenta.) The Centenary and the Pleasant Ridge Churches united to form a single society in 1874, opening the Sunday School on November 30th in Runkel's Hall, on the site much later occupied by

lusiness street in Cisco. Samuel Miles was the irst Sunday School superintendent. With the aid :^f a substantial donation by Mrs. Hiram Chandler (also a heavy contributor to the second Cisco Church building in 1899), whose gift com! pie ted the fund-raising, the united society built ^^ts first church building in Cisco, (on the site of rathe present church), and dedicated it on July 4, 1875, with the Reverend Horace Reed of First Methodist Church, Decatur, officiating. At that time the Cisco Circuit was in the Decatur District, but it became part of the Champaign District when the annual conference was held in the fall of 1875. W. T. Beadles was appointed as pastor in 1875.

is daughter. Miss Bertha Beadles, born during iiis pastorate at Cisco, served for many years las assistant superintendent of Chaddock Boys* School. :

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in the church now fin 195TT "TK— officers of the Epworth League: PeaH " McCartney, president; Mrs. Oscar W Hi first vice-president; Edith Weddle second"""' president; Grace McCollister thi,^,i dent; Head McCartney f o u r t h ' v i c e - p r e s i . the Reverend Reuben Hathway, trMsureJ^^'^nd Oscar Williams, secretary. Officers of the Junior League-about like the Intermediate Fellowship of today.-were Mrs. Nannie Marvin superintendent; Grace McCollister, president! Mary Hunsley, first vice-president; Effie Weddle second vice-president; Irene Weddle, third vice-' president and assistant organist; Dessie Marlow fourth vice-president; Ada Adams, treasurer- ' Myrtle Gisinger, secretary; and Lulu Sherman, organist. '

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' The Cisco Church moved its first church building off of the church lot in 1899 and erected ljkhe second structure in the same year, at a cost of $4,965. The building committee consisted of A Wurlitzer electronic organ was installed in A. Melvin (president). F. S. Weilepp 1948, The initial gift of $1,000 was made in jsecretary), P. B. Maxheimer (treasurer), memory of Mrs. Alice Williams by her husband, Daniel Weddle, and E. L. Croninger. The corner­ Joe Williams. stone was laid on July 12; Bishop C. C. McCabe iBedicated the structure on December 3. (The old When the Enterprise Church, built five miles building, sold and used as a **opera house,** northeast of Cisco in 1895, and included in the eventually burned.) circuit (with Cisco comprising a two-point cir­ cuit in 1899), closed after about a quarter centu­ A souvenir historical booklet, published at the ry of activity, its members transferred their time of the dedication of the second church build­ membership to Cisco. ing, named P. B. Maxheimer as Sunday School Superintendent, and listed the officers of the : - What happened to the other churches of the

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Standing; Bertha Coffman, Maude Melvin, Prudie Hamilton. Nellie Cain, Mary Staats. Seated; Louie Coffman, Nettie Cornell, Edna Chance, Jennie Coffin, Louie Ennis, Mary Rainey, Irene Staats,

Ennis Family in front of home Cisco, Illinois Jayne Sdith Laverne Garmi Martha Jane Ennis Engle Parish Parish Houk Handy Mathias Aunt Betty Louise Ennis Elizabeth (Ennis) Richardson Ennis Mary ^nnis Leslie Louie Juanita Ayleen Ennis Parish Parish

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Funeral services for Ira Lee FILER, Marcif — Funeral Ennis, 89, were held Tuesday afternoon in the Filer Methodist services for Ira Lee Ennis, 89, church by the Rev. Allen R. 513 Sixth street, Filer, have been scheduled for 2 p.m. Tuesday m Reesor. the Filer Methodist church. Mr. Ennis died Friday follow-1 The Rev. Allen Reesor and the jng Q »hnrt jiinp'ici He was born Filer Masonic lodge No. 55 will March n^_18lC> at <1^etersbu{;|, conduct the services. Concluding ^J' "th-e son of (William Han^ rites will be held at Sunset Me­ Ennis and l\{arth"a Jane iKu^; morial park. Mr. Ennis died Friday at Mag­ Ennis. ic Valey Memorial hospital fol­ The family moved to Piatt lowing a short illness. He was county when he was a young born March 11, 1876, at Peters­ boy, where he grew up. He also burg, 111., and came to Idaho in lived in Iowa, Minnesota and 1920 from linois. He was married to M y r a Louisiana.

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Uncle Lee just died today after lunch. He had a stroke Tues morning just before breakfast. Pearl called him and he didn't come so she went to investigat« and found him on the bathroom floor. He was unable to speak or eat and was paralized on his right side. Dad & I went to the hospital to see him Tues & he smileliat us, but by the time his dau & family got here Wed he was unconcious & grew steadly worse. He is 89 yrs old and its a blessing he went fast.

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field, 111. He farmed in the Filer area. , _ He was a member of the Filsr Methodist church, the F i l e r lOOF lodge and the Filer Ma­ sonic lodge No. 55. He had been an active Mason for 50 years. Surviving besides his widow are one daughter, Mrs. Virginia Lee Bridwell, Cambridge; one brother, Lester Ennis, Missoula, Mont.; two sisters, Mrs. E. S. McGinnis, Palmetto, Fla., and iMrs: C. E. Pease, Colman, Fla., l and three grandchildi-eir. He was I preceded iu death ' "^ne daughter

Rites Held for Ira j^ee Ennis

FILER; March 30 — Funeral services for Ira Lee Ennis were conducted Tuesday at the Filer Meiihodist church by the Rev. Allen R, Reesor. Mrs. E. A. Beem was the organ­ ist and Dale Williams the soloist. Pallbearers , were Carrol Holloway, Harold Johnson, Vaughn Hunt, L. W- Hawkins, John Par­ ish and A. K, Reed. Concluding services were .held in Sunset Memorial park by the PUer lo%e No. 55, AP and AM, under Ifie direction of White I mortuary. f

Date of Birth March II, 1876 Passed Away March 26, 1965 Services at Filer Methodist Church Tuesday

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Officiating Rev. Allen R. Reesor Soloist Dale Williams Honorary Bearers T. S. Nicholson W. L. Martin

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Walter Lackey Active Bearers Marion Beachell Harvey Grindstaff William Zink

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TTp manri£4- 1 ^yra Clark Gained Gaines Nov. 13, 1909, at Spring­

ra Wv. 13. 1&09J at StPrTngfieTS'. 'np The couple farmed near Cis­ co, 111., until 1920 when they moved to a farm north of Filer. He retired from active farming in 1943 at which time they mov­ ed to Filer. Survivors includfi—his ffiite, ^ji& daughter, (Virginia Lee Brid^ ,w^' two granMaiigtltefs' and one grandson^Aiso-sttrvrnfig-acc one--bF0th«i:^CK C. Ennis, Mi^ [goula, Mo^,^rnj— -^w^-sistS^ MrsT F-.'S. McGinnis^ PalmettoV! Fla„Ja5d~Si^. C. E. Pease, Col^ man, He was preceded in death by gne daughter,(:;^nore> Enm&^-BarBiit, and ong grandson, grbld Lloyd BatronP ~ r. Eiinls~was a member of the Masonic lodge for 55 years. He held membership in the ilOOF lodge and the Filer MethoJist church. J Dale Williams, was soloist, ac.ompanied by Mrs. E. A. Beem, ; who was also organist. • I Pallbearers were Carroll Hol' loway, Harold Johnson, Vaughn Hunt, L. W. Hawkins, A. K. Reed and John Parish. The Filer Masonic lodge con­ ducted final rites at Sunset Memorial park.

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FILER—Mrs. Myra G/ Ennis, 81, Filer, died Sunday^at Skyview IVIanor of a short illness. She was born June 24, 1885, at Lincoln, 111. She came to Filer in 1920 from Decatur, 111. She was a member of the Filer Methodist Church and the Filer Chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star. She married Ira Lee Ennis Nov. 13, 1909, at Springfield, 111. He died March 26, 1965. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Virginia Lee Bridwell, Cambridge, and three grand­ children. One daughter preceded her in death. Funeral services will be con­ ducted at 3 p.m. Wednesday at White Mortuary Chapel by Rev. Allen R. Reesor. Concluding rites at Sunset Memorial Park will be by the Filer Order" of the Eastern Star. Active pallbearers will be Marion Beachell,' George Jas­ per, William Zink, John Storrs, Rex Reed and Har\'ey Grindstaff. Honorary pall bearers will be T. S'. Nicholson, A. K. Reed, W. L. Martin, Herb Stroud and Walter Lackey.

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After Car-Truck Mishap at Bliss BLISS,. April 17—Harold Lloyd Barron, 2 0 , son of State Sen. Lloyd Ban-on, Fairfield, died about 7 a.m. Sunday at Gooding Memorial hospital as a result of injuries re­ ceived in an auto accident within the Bliss city limits at 2:05 a.m. Sunday. Yountr Barron was traveling west on highway 20 ami 26 when he apparently dozed, Gooding Countv'Sheriff Keith Ander.son reports. His 1959 Clievrolet cro.ssed the center line and collided with a 1950 GML diesel truck driven by Ken­ neth G. Kerby, 30, Hazelton, who was traveling east on the highway. aiuuiiu.

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Funeral services for Mrs Le­ nore Barron, 35, wife of Lloyd Barron, will be held at Thomp­ son's funeral home, Gooding, at 2 p. m. Friday, with the Rev. W. W. De Bolt officiating, assisted by the Rev. E, L. White of the Filer Methodist church Music will be by the Eastern Star of Filer, of which Mrs. Barron was a member, and interment will be . at Sunset Memorial Park, Twin ' Falls. Mrs. Barron was stricken sud­ denly at noon Sunday by a rare blood sti'eam condition called "pupura hemorhagica" which means a disturbance of the bal­ ance of the blood corpusles, and died in a Tucson, Arizona, hos­ pital Monday, while receiving transfusions. The Jjarron family had left Fairfield for Tucson Nov. 21, where they had intended to spend the winter months when the death occurred. I She was born Oct. 4, 1910, at I Cisco, III , and moved with her I parents to Filer in 1910. She is a graduate of the Filer high school and attended the Univer­ sity of Illinois, where she majored in literature and poetry; and the ; University of Idaho and at the ' Southern Branch, Pocatello, at­ tending that school two years. Following her university work, she taught school near Filer and at Corral creek school, where she met and married Lloyd Barron. While a resident of Fairfield, Mrs. Barron was intensely inter­ ested in church activities, and taught youth Bible classes at the summer church school held here at the Community church each year. •« In addition to her husband, she is survived by two sons, Lee 7, and Hal 5, her parents, Mr and Mrs. Lee Ennis of Filer, a sister, Mrs. J. H. Bridwell of Boise, a sister-in-law, Mrs. , R. L. Shaw of Corral; and mother-in-law, Mrs. Laura F Barron of Boise.

Elizabeth Hinds. Ashland, Dec. 20,—Mrs, Eliza­ beth Richardson Hinds, resident of this community for 58 years, died at 2:30 a. m. Monday at her home in Ashland. Born near Petersburg March 23, 1856, she was the daughter of Sarah EnflSand John Richardson. S!ie was married to James Mat­ thew Hinds April 8, 1875, at Pet€r.sburg, end they moved to Ashland after 10 years on a farm in the Petersburg community. Surviving are her husband and the following children: Frank Hinds and Mrs, Aura Pierce, Ash­ land; Roy Hinds, Edina, Mo., and Rainey Hinds, Peoria, 111.; two brothers, Will Richardson, Weldon, la,, and John Richardson, Ashland; 21 grandchildren and 22 great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 2 p. m. Wednesday at the Gainer ! Memorial home here. Rev. Walter | Dean officiating. Burial will be in Ashland cemetery. Friends may call Tuesday afternoon and eve­ ning to view the body.

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0f Short Illness Funeral services for Ira I^e Ennis, 89, were held Tuesday afternoon in the Filer Methodist church by the Rev, Allen R. Reesor.

Mr Ennis died Friday followin" a short illness. He was born March 11, 1876, at Petersburg, 111 the son of William Handy Ennis and Martha Jane Houk Ennis. The family moved to Piat. countv when he was a young bov where he grew up. He also lived in Iowa, Minnesota and Louisiana. He married Myra Clark Games on Nov, 13, 1909, at Springfield, 111. The couDle farmed near Cis­ co, 111., until 1920 when they moved to a farm north of Filer. He retired from active farming in 1943 at which time they mov­ ed to Filer, Survivors include his wife, one daughter, Virginia Lee Brid­ well, two granddaughters and one grandson. Also surviving arc one brother, L. C. Ennis, Mis­ soula, Mont., and two sisters, Mrs. E. S. McGinnis, Palmetto, Fla., and Mrs. C. E, Pease, Cole­ man, Fla. He was preceded in death by one daughter, Lenore Ennis Barron, and one grandson, Harold Lloyd Barron, Mr. Ennis was a member ol : the Masonic lodge for 55 years. He held membership in the i lOOF lodge and the Filer Methojdist church. I Dale Williams was soloist, ac' companied by Mrs. E. A, Beem, ' who was also organist. Pallbearers were Carroll Holloway, Harold Johnson, Vaughn Hunt. L, W, Hawkins, A. K. Reed and John Parish. The Filer Masonic lodge con­ ducted final rites at Sunset Memorial park.

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Mrs, Lou'p -lanp Parish. 71, .ffiile of C. M. Parish, died at the fa-inily home. lM~Walnut street, at 8:40 a. m. Saturday. Mrs. Parish was horn April 2. 1874. She was manied,„at.,CiscOj_ llh. Oct. 7, 1900 and came to Idaho "in February, 161"?. She was a mem^ ber of the Presbj'terian church. Sturviving besides her husband are daughters, Mrs- Harold Johnson, Twin Falls; ivifTj~Kenneth Roberta. Eden, and ^se, T^in TFTOS: brotBers, Xee"Ennis, fgler, 'and Le.iter Ennis,"T3i5Soula, Mont,; sisters, Mrs. Clareiye Tease, WarrensBurRTlll-, and Mrs. Emory Mc^nnis. Palmetto. Ite. Funeral services will be held at 2:80 p. m. Tuesday in the White mortuary chapel, with the Rev. George L, Clark, pastor of the Twin Falls Presbyterian church, assisted by the Kev, E. L, ^^'hite, pastor of the FUer Methodist church, offi­ ciating, Burial will be in Sunset memorial park under the direction of the White mortuary.


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Virginia Lee Bridwell Nov 24, 1983 I am really embarrassed for not answeringing your letter - from last Christmas ealier. Thank you for keeping trying to reach us. I gave Myra your letter and am willing to bet that she did not answer it either. She has been on a very demanding job for several years and has very little time for any extras but unfortunately I do not have that excuse. I haven't worked for several years now and although the pay check would look good and have enjoyed being free very much. John passed away June 3# 1981. He died of lung cancer but in Oct 1979 had a malignant cancer removed from the back of his tongue and because of the location they also had to take his voice box. Consequently he could not talk those 20 months. They were traumatic times. I have continued to live here in Weiser. I visit the girls periodically. Myra is still in Tooele. Ginger (Mrs. Jerry 0. Seaman) and family live in Coeur d'Alene. She works in the Interstate Bank there. She has one daughter 10 years old. I did not do too well in the grand child dept. although the one I have is a real winner. I see Erma F. once in awhile and talk to her on the phone now and then believe she had another birthday this month (Nov). She doesn't change although she lost quite a bit of weight after the heart and pace maker incident. I was glad to hear about your mother. The last time I saw her she was "mad" at me and so I have never known just what to do abut her. I seldom go to Filer. I joined the L.D.S. church this spring and I am so happy that I did. Just wish that I had done a lot sooner. I was baptised the 21st of May. Since July I have been working in the Extracton Program, here .and that is really fascinating. We have catholic records (hand足 written by the priests) from Mexico dated in the 1700's and early 1800's. Now I also Jcnow what to do about your mother. Just came to me when I wrote that down. The new Temple in Boise ought to be ready just about in time for me to get my Temple recommend. One can see it from the freeway. Sometime when you are passing on your way to Utah I hope you will stop to see me I would love to see you and get aquainted. I seldom see much of the family. This fall I saw Juanita Parish and Frank Kruse in Boise and John and Gertrude Ennis who were visiting from Illinois and Florida. Also Bill Fenwick. Myra is going to let me have her genealogy information so I can get started on my own or carry on for her. I am anxious to get ahold of it. 0 have always been interested in genealogy. I spent last Christmas (1982) with Myra and then went on to spend Jan and Feb and part of March in Mesa, Az. I love the mice warm weather and the sun shine. I have a cousin there from my mothers side of the family with whom I stayed. I am going to be spoiled to have to spend the winter here though we have relatively mild winters here and the roads are seldom too bad. Myra and I are planning to spend Christmas with Ginger and her family in Gd*A. We seldom get together and we a are all excited. It should be lots of fxm.

Nov 25, 1983 Weiser, Idaho Dear Helen, I have thought of you often through the years and hope that time has not been too hard on you. I lost John a couple of years ago. He died a hard death of cancer. I do not thinkjiou were very happy with me when we last met and I hope that you have forgiven me by now. I did not mean to offend you. Myra lives in Tooele, Utah and is a teacher. She is not married and has no family. Genger lives in Coeur d'Alene, works in the Interstate Bank. She has a husband, Jerry Seaman, and a 10 year old daughter - Jennifer. I seldom get to Filer anymore. I drive to Utah once in awhile but I'd much rather fly. It is just a little too far for one day and not enough for two when driving. Not quite so far to Coeur d'Alene. I haven't worked for several years but manage to keep busy and hopefully out of trouble. Feb 5, 1984 Well, we have a good start into the new year and things seem to be moving right along here. I am ready for spring any time now and do not believe that I am alone in that, I spent last week in Coeur d'Alene with my younger daughter Ginger Seaman and her family. It was a pleasant and weldome change of pace for me. Our Christmas plans to spend Christmas with them went awry on account of weather and Myra had the flu so we all got to stay at home. Probably just as well. I was impressed that there was no snow in C'd'A and Spokane area since we have so much. Also was impressed by the fog at Spokane Airport. I was 7 hours late in getting out of there Friday /Feb 3). It was an interesting day. Myra is engaged to be married after school is out this spring. We are all pleased and excited about that. Someone sent Erma the enclosed obituary for Geneva Brighton and she sent it to me and asked that I send it on to you. I kept the original so if- you want it I will send it on. I talked to Erma at Christmas time and she sounded real chipper. Said Louise was doing fine and was doing some work for Deaf and Blind School in Gooding. I plan to go see them in the spring. I am still going to church and doing extraction work several days a week. That is very interesting. I am very happy that I joined the LDS church. It was a good thing for me. Dec 1983 Myra I know its a shock to hear from me but I've always had good intentions I've enjoyed yoiir news letters over the years keep them up. Mom (Virginia Ennis Bridwell) joined the church last May and is getting hooked with Geneology - am sending her all my stuff. From Mission in Germany Thot I would drop you a note and let you know what happened hope to have more time to write later. My mission call came and needless to say, I was a little overwhelmed. I leave the 5th of June for Salt Lake Mission home, 8 weeks in Provo for language training and then I go to the West German mission at Frankfurt. I can still hardly believe it. I will get my


endowments 8 May 1971 - hope to go several more times between now and June and, of course I will go in the Salt Lake temple which I'm in the mission home. I am so very thrilled and humbled. I must get at my school work finals next week - but wanted to get this sent. Try to write before I leave. I'll need all the moral support I can get, you are the only one in the family who really will be supporting me so I'll need it. Am looking forward to hearing from you. I972 This is really going to be a short note but I am getting a guilty consciounce as I look at that envelope with your letter in it every week. Now we can't have missionaries roaming around with guilty consciounses can we. My first comment is - how fantastic that Howard would send you the Family Tree to copy. This is really something. I am excited to start work on it. Hope the New Year is for you progressing well. Things here are fantastic. I love the work and the people. It is indeed a challenging mission but we also seem to get the additional help. My German has in the last couple of months really come along which helps me working with the people and gives me additional confidence I even correspond in German anymore. How exciting it is to be here and to be a part of the work of the Lord to be a part of the marvelous work and wonder that He is now performing among men. My testimony is daily strengthened, how every blessed I am to be here among these people. Do write when you get a chance and I will answer before too much time, at least within the year. Dec 1976 I am grateful for the opportunity to communicate with you once again and to extend my sincerest wishes for a blessed Christmas season. I do hope you have had a fantastic year. My year has broioght about several happy changes to my life. I have left my desert haven and moved onto the edge of civilization. Tooele, Utah. Tooele is a lovely little town of about 10,000 with a stunning view of the Great Salt Lake to the north and two beautiful mountain ranges, one on the east, the other the western edge of my valley. With the chanere of domain came a change of school - a beautiful modern school with all the materials etc. that teachers dream about but aren't certain really exist - they do. I have a third grade class, all shorter than I am except two. Quite a change from sixth graders. I had the opportunity to travel once ag3,ln this summer in the company of a very good friend (my mother) We spent three weeks to and from Illinois with a side ^rip to Indiana. We played typical tourist and stopped every where. It certainly was a thrill to see so many American "shrines" - Mount Rushmore, Nauvoo, Springfield, St. Louis, etc. Our aim was to attend a Family Reunion in central Illinois. There were nearly 100 in attendance with members coming from all points - New York, Florida, Hawaii, not to mention Idaho and Utah. It was a real thrill to meet so many loving fsunily members who turned out to be not strangers but rather concerned friends - I hope to return soon. I have been greatly blessed in my Church activity, am now deeply involved in the Young Womens program and growing daily in my love for Heavenly Father. Keep in touch. Love, Myra

Myra J. Bridwell

Wendover, Ut

I am characteristically slow but determined to contact you. T.^ so many of you that I have been out of contact with for such a lona, I felt compelled to get this missle off and let you know I certainl havan't forgotten and I continue to care, very much. It seems that after I returned from my mission I broke my writing arm and have had great difficulty in getting it to function properly again (I'm joking unfortunately) I'm not guarentieing any thing - but I'm trying. My stay in Germany and Canada was greatly rewarding and exciting. I then spent 7 months in Salt Lake City working in Zions Natl. Bank across the street from Temple Square. I greatly enjoyed my work in the Bank but felt anxious to get back into a classroom and start sneezing over chalk again. I got a position in Wendover, Utah, at the edge of the Bonniville Salt Flats. The â&#x20AC;˘ people here are wonderful, the Church great and the kids. I've had the opportunity to travel in the last year, 1st to southern California, finally got to see Disney Land. The most exciting trip however was to Arizona through stunning southern Utah. Mother went with me and what I couldn't think of to do or see, she could. We had a wonderful time and got to see family I hadn't seen for years. I have been greatly blessed in the last few years and would be greatly remiss if I didn't express my gratitude for the friends and loved ones that Heavenly Father has blessed me with.


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nephews, cousins, and dear, dear friends. , . Mother was a wonderful, intelli­ gent person whose laughter and ready wit will be greatly missed by all who knew her. We rejoice, how­ ever, that she is reunited with the family and friends that she loves. A memorial services were held at the Weiser Care Center in Weiser, Idaho. The service was conducted by Bishop Tim Manser of the LDS Church, and Eastern Star Rites were conducted by Weiser Eastern Star Chapter No. 19. Mother,s friends were invited to attend. No further services will be conducted. If you would like, memorials may be made to the LDS Children,s Hospital, or the Shriner's Crippled Children,s Hospital, both of Salt Lake City; or to the Mountain States Tumor Institute, 151 E. Bannock Street, Boise, Idaho; or to your favorite charity.

Virginia Lee Ennis Bridwell, 80, formerly of Twin Falls, passed away peacefully Wednesday, June 9, 1999, at the Weiser Rehabilitation and Care Center. Mother was born in Cisco, Piatt County, Illinois, on January 23, 1919. The second child of Ira Lee and "Pearl" Myra Clark Gaines Ennis Shortly thereafter, the family moved by train to the Twin Falls Valley in Southern Idaho, where Mother was reared and educated. Between college work at the College of Idaho and Boise Business College, Mother worked at the Jerome Co-op Creamery, where she met and fell in love with my father. They eloped, and were married June 21, 1941, in Elko, Nevada. Mother eventually gradu­ ated from the College of Idaho, with honors, in 1969. She taught school for 20 years at Midvale, and was always bragging about the subse­ quent accomplishments of her for­ mer students. She kept careful track of them throughout the years. Mother was a member of the Cedar Draw Grange, Loyaute Chapter No. 19, and the Order of the Eastern Star Chapter of Cambridge, No. 56, and of Delta Kappa Gamma. She was a past Matron of the Cambridge Chapter of the Eastern Star, and past Guardian of Council Bethel No. 28, Order of Job,s Daughters. In later years, she felt privileged to join the Church of Jesus Christ of LatterDay Saints, where she was as active as her health allowed. Survivors include two daughters; Myra (Richard) McDonald of Tooele, Utah, and Ginger (Jerry) Seaman, of Coeur d.Alene, Idaho. Mother also felt close to her step­ son Dale, wife Jackie and their fam­ ily in Idaho City. An additional step-son Richard, and his wife, Bobbie, live in Elton, La. Mother is also survived by 6 grandchildren, and one great-grand daughter, as well as numerous nieces and


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I was so thrilled to get your note and find that the proper saliitation should be Pres Martin or Brother. I too am LDS and In our family of confirmed non-mormons it is a real thrill to find a "partner in crime". No wonder you hayen't been able to answer my request with all your responsibilities. I'm surprised you get any genealogy done, as time consuming as it is. If it will make you feel better, I completely forgive you. I think that perhaps we could serve one another rather well en genealogy and I certainly know thit it is a great blessing to have one another. Mark, I would feel as if I'm accomplishing a real service to both of us if you would allow me to do what I have in mind. If you would send me your information with their sources of course, I will complete family group sheets for both of our records and send them to the Temple. You of course would be the family representative for the Ennis line because you hold the priesthood and I'll be very willing to do the work. I ask you sincerely to pray about it and let me know what you think. I've thotJight about it of course before offering and believe I can arrange the time. Further research will probably need to be done to verify all facts but I just love sitting In our dark, dank genealogy library down here searching old files and books. I enjoyed your family letter very much and learned a bit more about your family and activities. I was certainly pleased to note all of the musical talent shown amont your ranks. This is the field I am in now and I truly enjoy it. My family is small and seems to grow fxarther apart. Father is a mechanic and owns a shop in Cambridge, Idaho, Mother is a teacher. This much you probably already know. My sister Genger (Virginia) ktarted her freshman year of college this last fall and doesn't seem to enjoy the project of getting a college education at all. Her major aim is a husband and family. We are so different. Not saying that I'm not interested in a husbsind and family. I also aun a teacher, I taught fifth grade at Ustick grade school last year and enjoyed every moment of it. I also enjoy being in school so this year I reentered and am now taking freshman courses in a new major. I am in Music Education and enjoy every minute. I really feel I have found where I belong. I take Institute classes along with the college subjects and gain so much with them. I am a sunday school teacher in the college ward genealogy - and a Relief Society teacher so I do keep busy. I have a whole list of things I must be doing and people to write to so I probably should to. I sincerely wish you and yours a Blessed New year. Think about my project and let me know your decision. I'm realty anxious to work on it if I can. jione 4 1970 We missed you in April but I'm not too surprised, there is always so many things to do and places to go but one of these days maybe you can make it. I've been writing to Geneva Brighton and shes given me quite a

bit of information plus some addresses to write to which I'll do in the next couple of days - vacations always find me answering and writing letters like mad. Bulliton - Will Brighton is very ill,he had an operation the first of May auid must have another one if he is to get better at all - gall bladder and liver trouble. Geneva asked me to let all know I could. Anyway I'm about to be able to send some sheets in pretty soon and will send you copies. Thanks again for so much info. Some I already had but some I didn't, at least I've got several concrete things to research on. I teach my kids that you should have at least three conclusive official sources so I've a ways to go but I'm not going to school this summer, I'm just doing genealogy and practising the piano, or at least thats the plan. I think sometimes that mother may be interested but dad? Ginger still take a pretty dim view of the whole affair. Time will wear them down tho. Boy, wouldn't our families get excited if they knew how we plot for them. July 27, 1970 I have a problem that I thot I'd tell you about - my last note was sort of off the cuff so I need to do more. Last November I sent in my grand­ parents sheet, well documented etc. for the work to be done (everything) This month I got it back from the Society saying only Aunt Lenore would be sent - that for people that died within the last 95 yrs to have their work done they must appear on a sheet as children. So in order to send your sheet for your grandparents I need the info for your grandfather as a child. The info on Wm. Stribbling and Jane M. Chandler need not be extensive but I need that sheet so I can get his baptisms and endowments done so your grandparents can be sealed. Also can you get a specific death for Winfred Oliver? If he died in Idaho I can read his death cert. Where did Granville N. die? You shotild have some proof of death for him again - if he died in Id let me know where and I'll check their death certificates. I have several sheets ready to send - as I told you in my last note if you could send your info before Aug is over I'll send them all together. July 18. 1970 Thot I'd drop you a note and let you know what I've been up to - Last November I sent in a family group sheet of my grandparents, I received word from the temple mon. I think that they were there and what was to be done, they had really goofed on a couple of things, or at least confused some of the things and didn't see what I had on the sheet so I'm firing another right down to straighten them out. This time I am also sending the sheet on William Handy and his family. I dont have all the childrens death dates yet tho so could only have a couple processed for baptism and endow­ ments..your Sarah Evaline, grandpa and Handy Matthias. They will be sealed to their parents and I've asked that the work be done for their parents. Wm Handy et al and they be sealed. It seems to progress so slowly sometimes and I run out of money so quickly that it almost makes me sick. But, I keep plugging along and things do happen. I'll keep you informed about these people and what happens but


don't expect to hear too soon from Nov to July doesn't speak of too ijuch speed, they really must be busy. This must remain short..I hope we can meet one of these days. Betty and I went to Corvallis last week to check on getting into school and classes to take here this year so they will count. It is a lovely place. I thot of yovir sister but couldn't think of her name so I only thot. March 11, 1970 Your info came yesterday and I nearly cried for joy. I plan to start work this afternoon. I keep thinking of things that need to be done or researched that I can do now because I've got something concrete to work with - this is really a blessine:, thank you Mark. I will send you copies of everything sent to the Temple, of all my work, the Lords work I should say. I agree with you Mark about Grandma and the Church, in fact they are going to have an opportunity the last of May along with Aunt Lenore and Hal. I am going to do what baptisms I can and hopefully some of the members of my genealogy class or the ward. Can do the rest. It will be a red letter day for me. I was so happy to hear about Jan. It kind of makes your throat hurt when you think of it. My P Blessinfc says that my parents will join also. Some足 times thats hard to believe but the Lord works in mysterious ways sometimes. Speaking about families, hows yours? Geneva told me a little about your family, she has been favorably impressed. From what she says you must have an exceptionally nice group. How are your folks and how did your mother find about my belonging to the church? I haven't said too much about it (would you believe nothing) because some would not correspond with me. Do you remember Tut Kruse? She hardly speaks to me so My room mate (Betty a staunch Mormon) and I are going to Corvallis in about another year for more schooling. We'll have to make a point to find Jand and her husband. Do come by when you come down in April. We would love to see you. Sept 2, 1970 Things are happening but slowly. Why does it always take so long to do things you want done immediately if not sooner. I one of the examiners in our ward so we only have to wait a little longer to be able to send the sheets in - I'm about ready to go and hurry her up a little. Then it will take 9 to 12 months before we'll hear from the Society - before they are sent to the temple. I will have copies made of the sheets before I send them and get the copies to you. I appreciate your willingness to help defray expenses and I'll take you up on it. I am destitute this year like most every other college student and find it pretty hard to make ends meet sometimes. It will cost 10 cents per sheet so you can go from there. I haven't gotten a new manual yet tho. I've been trying pretty hard. I know vaguely about the new program but to be honest I'm pretending. I haven't heard about it yet and sending in our sheets as they are. They are all multiple sources anyway exftept your last Martin sheet - this one I did with only the census info -

single source - and followed the example in my old manuel. Is Jan the sister in Corvallis? Did the rest of her family joirf Maybe if she hasn't given in by next summer I can help since I plan to move to Corvallis then. I've hoped that your Corvallis family coiild give me a few pointers on finding housing there. I don't start back to school vmtil the 8th but can hardly wait. I register tomorrow but think I'll buy my books etc. today. October is fast approaching - hope to see you then. If you last the map let me know and I'll draw you another one - did you ever get a map? She the other side of this page. I'll send the sheets within the week. Jan 15, 1971 About time I got a letter off haua. My Christmas vacation is nearly gone and I have skads of letters waiting to be written. I wish I was better about letter writing. Before I forget, thank you for the check. That more than reimbursed me. The rest went in my genealogy fund. I'm so glad we got together so we can help one another out. You're good at gathering info and I enjoy untangling and recording so maybe someday if we keep at it we can really make some good headway. You keep up the good work too. I'm still writing to Ennis people but school makes it so hard to really get in and do much. I will be taking 2 genealogy classes this spring plus the ones I teach so maybe I'll get a little more needed know how xmder my belt. Perhaps we can get together this spring. I'm going to April Conference. Our Institute Choir will sing sometime during the sessions. Certainly a thrilling experience to look forward to. I also plan on getting my endowments this spring so if I could finally meet you and your family it would really make a memorable spring. What do you do Mark besides being branch pres. How are your parents Mark? Wonder if I'll ever see them again? You know, I don't think I've ever met your father. What about the sister in Corvallis, are they safely in the church yet. Sometimes thats an awfully big step to take. School starts for me Monday and I'm surely glad. I have to work too hard during vacations. I put everything off until my vacations and then I really have to hmp to get everything done. I have a B.A." in Elem Ed and taught a year. Then I've been in school working for a degree in music. I hope I can start on my masters this summer if I can find some money. Old story for professional students. Try to contact me before conference and we'll make a stab at meeting. Missed you in October. I am just giving you a bad time. I perfectly understand how rushed and busy you are. I will warn you that next summer I will be moving somewhere so may we could meet in Apr. News about our genealogy project probably won't be fourth coming until late next summer. We did have on problem but I remedied it by doing what I should have in the beginning -they returned a sheet on your g. grandparents Martins because I as family rep didn't show any relationship. So I entered your name as Family Rep as it shouHhave been. .Will also notify you aboitt temple work.


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