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|101||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||Peters, Jean (I5215)
|102||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||Peters, James (I5216)
Twin of Joseph.
|Weintraut, Mary Ann (I5912)
Twin of Lawrence.
|Weintraut, Clarence John (I5917)
Twin of Leo Jr.
|Weintraut, Mary Elizabeth (I6055)
Twin of Mary Ann (Mayme).
|Weintraut, Joseph G (I5913)
Twin of Mary Beth
|Weintraut, Leo Peter Jr (I6051)
Vance was the son of Robert January Huston and his wife, Kate Francis. He was actually born in Chehalis County, Washington but that's now Grays Harbor County.
For years I have looking for documents pertaining to my grandfather's brother, Robert Huston, but couldn't find anything past the 1880 Census. Then today I found that someone on Ancestry had copied my mother's information. I checked that tree, and found the missing Robert, my mother's uncle.
From there I found that he was married and had two sons, Vance and James. I found information on both of them, including a memorial here on Find A Grave for James. There was none for Vance.
From what I could find, Robert and his wife separated and Robert took both boys and went to Japan. The first record of them that I found was a Certificate of Registration of American Citizen, completed on Aug 31, 1907 in Nagasaki, Japan. Robert and his sons were then living in Shimonoseki, Japan. The same documents were found for 1909 and 1911. Others may exist as well.
In 1911, Vance returned to the United States. I haven't found any records for him from 1911 until 1920. In the 1920 Census, Vance is listed as living at the California State Hospital, aka Patton Mental Hospital, in San Bernardino County, California. It was there that he died on October 21, 1932.
Vance's death certificate, which I received in April, 2014, offered some new information. Prior to entering the hospital, he lived in Los Angeles County and worked as a waiter. Vance was admitted to Patton Mental Hospital on October 4, 1918.
His cause of death is listed as chronic myocarditis, with a 16 year history of dementia praecox. According to Wikipedia, "Dementia praecox (a 'premature dementia' or 'precocious madness') refers to a chronic, deteriorating psychotic disorder characterized by rapid cognitive disintegration, usually beginning in the late teens or early adulthood." Today we know this as schizophrenia.
Vance was buried in Forest Lawn Memorial Park in Glendale, California. His brother James was laid to rest next to him in 1960.
|Huston, Vance Morton (I6735)
Will of Anna Elizabeth Bachmann Weintraut
I, Elizabeth Weintraut being of sound mind and disposing memory do hereby make and declare this to be my last Will and Testament and I hereby revoke any and all wills by me heretofore made.
Item 1. It is my will that my executor shall pay all of my just debts, including the debts of my last sickness and funeral expenses.
Item 2. I give and devise to the Parrish Priest in charge of St. Vincent Catholic Church, One Hundred ($100.00) dollars for Masses for the repose of my soul and the deceased members of my family.
Item 3. I will and devise and give to my two boys. Clemence J. Weintrant and Lawrence N. Weintrant, each the sum of Four Hundred ($400.00) dollars, the same to be used in their education. Should I live to educate them myself then this Item of my said Will shall be considered satisfied.
Item 4. I will, devise and bequeath to my two daughters Hildagardis F. Weintrant and Irene C. Weintrant, each the sum of Two Hundred ($200.00) dollars. The same to be paid to them each at her marriage or should I die then upon the Finial Settlement of my estate of the end of the First Year however if I shall have paid to either of said daughters said sum during my like time then the amount shall be considered satisfied.
Item 5. I will. devise and bequeath to each of my three sons, Les P. E., Clemence J. and Lawrence N. Weintrant each the sum of Five Hundred ($500.00) dollars the same to be paid to each of them within one year after my death without interest. This bequeath however is not to interfere in any way with the Bequest of #3 of this Will. If any of my said sons should marry and I have given him the amount herein willed or my part of it then that amount shall be deducted from the amount so bequeathed herein and shall be considered satisfied to that amount.
Item 6. The balance of my estate real, personal and mixed, I will devise and bequeath to my children now living Viz. Victorian A. Higgins, Mary M. Soller, Les. P.E. Weintrant, Hildagardis F. Weintrant, Irene C. Weintrant, Clemence J. Weintrant, and Lawrence N. Weintrant to be divided between them equally, share and share alike.
Item 7. I hereby appoint my son in law Edwin Soller as the Executor of this my last Will and Testament.
Witness my hand and seal the August 29, 1913.
Signed: Elizabeth Weintrant (seal)
Thomas H. Campbell
Recorded Book 6
pages 366 - 368
December 22, 1913
Transcibed by Wanda
Note: Clemence should read Clarence. This is a transcription error.
|Bachmann, Anna Elizabeth (I4463)
|110||`||Harrison, Cllifford Anthony (I2908)
|111||.||Obenland, Rebekka Dorothea (I97)
|112||.||Sheets, Robert Vern (I427)
|113||.||Zeller, Samuel John (I658)
|114||.||Schumacher, Pauline Caroline (I741)
|115||.||Obenland, Marie Luise (I1064)
|116||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||Ruek, Anna Marie (I1434)
|117||.||Obenland, Johannes (I1582)
|118||.||Barth, Adam Friedrich (I1803)
|119||.||Baader, Sophia Wilhelmine (I1823)
|120||.||Zeiser, Walter H (I1893)
|121||.||Hennig, Gottlieb (I2329)
|122||.||Obenland, Robert Emery Sr (I2340)
|123||.||Schmid, Christiane Friederike (I3323)
|124||.||Obenland, Friederike Johanne (I3408)
|125||.||Spahlinger, Gottlieb Friedrich (I3417)
|126||.||Foster, Eva Beryle (I3553)
|127||.||Eberhardt, Georg Johann (I3727)
|128||.Buried in Calvary Cemetery, Los Angeles, Los Angeles Co., California, USA on 3 Dec 1949.||Husting, Eugenia (I3780)
|129||"13 Persons Killed On Hoosier Roads|
...William R Lester, 22, Evansville, and Rosemary Weintraut, 20, Mount Vernon, were killed early Sunday where their car left a curve on IN 69, a half mile north of Farmersville and struck a tree."
The Vidette-Messenger, 11 Jun 1956, page 1, column 5.
|Weintraut, Rose Mary (I6245)
|130||"Civilian Conservation Corps|
Preserving America's Natural Resources
America was in the grip of the Great Depression when Franklin Delano Roosevelt was inaugurated in March of 1933. More than twenty-five percent of the population was unemployed, hungry and without hope. The New Deal programs instituted bold changes in the federal government that energized the economy and created an equilibrium that helped to bolster the needs of citizens.
Out of the economic chaos emerged the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC). The goal was two-fold: conservation of our natural resources and the salvage of our young men. The CCC is recognized as the single greatest conservation program in America and it served as a catalyst to develop the very tenets of modern conservation. The work of America's young men dramatically changed the future and today we still enjoy a legacy of natural resource treasures that dot the American landscape."
Source: Civilian Conservation Corps Legacy, http://www.ccclegacy.org/CCC_Camps_Pennsylvania.html
PO Box 341, Edinburg, VA 22824, 540 984-8735; email@example.com. Copyright 2015.
|Weaver, Luther Lawrence (I10580)
|131||"DEININGER - On Sunday morning, the 9th inst., at Spring Dale Farm, near Reading, Miss Rebecca Deininger in the 78th year of her age.Funeral on Wednesday at 1 1/2 o'clock, P.M., from the residence of C.J. Deininger, 240 North Fifth street, to proceed to St. John's Lutheran Church, in Walnut Street.|
Information per Eileen Hilbert." Included on Rebecca's Find A Grave Memorial.
|Deininger, Anna Jacobina Rebecca (I9820)
|132||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||Paine, Sidney (I7318)
|133||"Hector Gillis Visits Oxnard" from newspapers.com|
"Hector And Marion Sue..." from newspapers.com
|Gillis, Hector (I11160)
|134||"Illinois Deaths and Stillbirths, 1916–1947." Index. FamilySearch, Salt Lake City, Utah, 2010. Index entries derived from digital copies of original records.||Source (S961)
|135||"Iowa Births and Christenings, 1830–1950." Index. FamilySearch, Salt Lake City, Utah, 2009, 2010. Index entries derived from digital copies of original and compiled records.||Source (S761)
|136||"John E. "Jack" Malarkey, 60, Delaware state banking commissioner, died Thursday of congestive heart failure in Key West, Fla., where he and his wife, Betty, were attending the Conference of State Bank Supervisors.|
He was first hospitalized on Jan. 5, aides said, Mr. Malarkey, who lived in Milford, Del., began working for the state in 1960 as a statistician in the Highway Department. He served under eight governors and held a number of state post, including that of secretary of finance. He was appointed banking commissioner in 1981 by Gov. Sherman W. Tribbitt."
The Philadelphia Inquirer
16 January, 1988
|Malarkey, John Edward (I7927)
|137||"Michigan Deaths and Burials, 1800–1995." Index. FamilySearch, Salt Lake City, Utah, 2009, 2010. Index entries derived from digital copies of original and compiled records.||Source (S930)
|138||"Mr. and Mrs. C. Obenland are mourning the death of their six-month old babe, which occured last Sunday, Dec. 26, 1895. The funeral services took place Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock, Rev. Walden preaching the sermon in the Christian Church. In their sad affliction the sorrowing parents have the sympathy of all."||Source (S326)
|139||"Mrs. Lillian G Obenland -- Died January 15 in Philadelphia, in her 25th year. She was the daughter of William and Minnie Gross, former residents of Altoona. She leaves to morn her loss her husband, parents, three sisters and one brothers. She was very highly esteemed by all who knew her. Her many friends of this city will be grieved to hear of her death. She was buried in Mount Peace Cemetery, Philadelphia."|
The Altoona Mirror
17 Jan 1904
page 10, column 2
|Gross, Lillian B (I9772)
|140||"New Jersey Death and Burial Records" on Ancestry says she died on 30 Oct 1918, which is the date everyone is using. However, the Woodbury Daily Times printed an obituary for Margaretta on both 23 Oct 1918 and 24 Oct 1918, saying she died on the 22nd and her funeral was held on the 26th. Therefore, she could not have died on the 30th.||Bauer, Margaretta Barbara (I7060)
|141||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||MacDonald, Archibald (I11327)
|142||"Ohio Births and Christenings, 1821-1962." Index. FamilySearch, Salt Lake City, Utah, 2009, 2011. Index entries derived from digital copies of original and compiled records.||Source (S807)
|143||"Patrolman Frank Knoebel was shot and killed while questioning a burglary suspect in the basement of the Odd Fellows Hall on Mulberry Street. Upon his arrival, the janitor led Patrolman Knoebel to a man sitting in a chair near the furnace. Chief Stewart soon arrived and advised him to stall the suspect while he went to get a witness to identify him. Soon afterward, the suspect tried to flee and during a struggle, the suspect pulled a gun and fired two shots, striking Patrolman Knoebel in the abdomen. Patrolman Knoebel was able to get the gun away from the suspect and climb a flight of stairs to block the exit, while the janitor subdued the suspect until Chief Stewart returned and took him into custody. The suspect was convicted of murder and sentenced to death, but his sentence was later commuted. The offender was released from prison in 1949 and has since died. Patrolman Knoebel had served with the Madison Police Department for one year. He was survived by his wife and son."||Knoebel, Frank J (I6186)
|144||"Pennsylvania, Philadelphia Marriage Index, 1885–1951." Index. FamilySearch, Salt Lake City, Utah, 2009. Philadelphia County Pennsylvania Clerk of the Orphans' Court. "Pennsylvania, Philadelphia marriage license index, 1885-1951." Clerk of the Orphans’ Court, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.||Source (S1213)
|145||"Prison Guard..." from newspapers.com||Schick, John (I2687)
|146||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||Boone, Sally S (I6965)
|147||"West Virginia Births, 1853–1930." Index. FamilySearch, Salt Lake City, Utah, 2008, 2009. From digital images of copies of originals housed in County Courthouses throughout West Virginia. Birth records.||Source (S1346)
|148||“Ireland, Civil Registration Indexes 1845–1958,” Index. FamilySearch, Salt Lake City, Utah. General Register Office. "Quarterly Returns of Births in Ireland with Index to Births." Belfast, Ireland.||Source (S1675)
|149||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||Hennig, Anna (I4414)