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Indiana State Board of Health. Marriage Certificates, 19582005. Microfilm. Indiana Archives and Records Administration, Indianapolis, Indiana.

 
Source (S4770)
 
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Interment Control Forms, 19281962. Interment Control Forms, A1 2110-B. Records of the Office of the Quartermaster General, 17741985, Record Group 92. The National Archives at College Park, College Park, Maryland.

 
Source (S4165)
 
203

Iowa Department of Public Health. Iowa Marriage Records, 18801922. Textual Records. State Historical Society of Iowa, Des Moines, Iowa.


Iowa Department of Public Health. Iowa Marriage Records, 192337. Microfilm. Record Group 048. State Historical Society of Iowa, Des Moines, Iowa.

 
Source (S4855)
 
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State Citation
United States. Federal Mortality Census Schedules, 1850-1880 (formerly in the custody of the Daughters of the American Revolution), and Related Indexes, 1850-1880. T655, 30 rolls. National Archives and Records Administration, Washington D.C.
AlabamaUnited States. U.S. Census Mortality Schedules, Alabama, 1850-1880 Alabama State Department of Archives & History, Montgomery, Alabama
ArkansasUnited States. Eighth census of the United States, 1860, Arkansas, mortality and Tenth census of the United States, 1880, Arkansas, mortality [microform] F410.C46 1850a, 1860a, 1870a, 1880a. University of Arkansas Libraries, Fayetteville, Arkansas
CaliforniaNonpopulation Census Schedules for California, 1850-1880. Microfilm, 4 rolls. The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.
ColoradoUnited States. Schedules of the Colorado State Census, 1885. Schedule 5, Mortality. M158, 8 rolls. National Archives and Records Administration, Washington, D.C.
ConnecticutUnited States. Nonpopulation Federal Census Schedules, Mortality, 1850-1885. 4 rolls. The Connecticut State Library, Hartford, Connecticut.
FloridaUnited States. Schedules of the Florida State Census of 1885. Schedule 5, Mortality. M845, 13 rolls. National Archives and Records Administration, Washington, D.C.
IllinoisUnited States. Nonpopulation Census Schedules for Illinois, 1850-1880. T1133, rolls 58-64. National Archives and Records Administration, Washington D.C.
IowaUnited States. Nonpopulation Census Schedules for Iowa, 1850-1880. T1156, rolls 54-62. National Archives and Records Administration, Washington D.C.
KansasUnited States. Non-population Census Schedules for Kansas, 1850-1880. T1130, rolls 1, 3, and 42-44. National Archives and Records Administration, Washington D.C.
MaineNon-population Census Schedules for Maine, 1850-1880. Microfilm, 4 rolls. Maine State Archives, Augusta.
MassachusettsUnited States. Nonpopulation Census Schedules for Massachusetts, 1850-1880. T1204, rolls 9-10, 17, 22-23, and 37-40. National Archives and Records Administration, Washington D.C.
MichiganUnited States. Nonpopulation Census Schedules for Michigan, 1850: Mortality Schedules (in the custody of the State Library of Michigan) 1850. T1163, 1 roll. National Archives and Records Administration, Washington D.C.
MichiganUnited States. Nonpopulation Census Schedules for Michigan, 1850-1880 (in the custody of the Michigan State Archives), 1850-1880. T1164, rolls 15, 26-27, and 74-77. National Archives and Records Administration, Washington D.C.
MinnesotaUnited States. Minnesota census schedules for 1870. T132, 13 Rolls. National Archives and Records Administration, Washington, D.C.
MontanaUnited States. Nonpopulation Census Schedules for Montana, 1870 and 1880. M1806, 1 roll. National Archives and Records Administration, Washington, D.C.
NebraskaUnited States. Nonpopulation Census Schedules for Nebraska, 1860-1880. T1128, rolls 2-3 and 14-15. National Archives and Records Administration, Washington D.C.United States. Schedules of the Nebraska State Census of 1885. M352, rolls 156. National Archives and Records Administration, Washington D.C.
New HampshireUnited States. Mortality Schedules, 1850-1880. M # 231.01 M # 231.13. New Hampshire Archives and Records Management, Concord, New Hampshire.
New JerseyUnited States. Nonpopulation Census Schedules for New Jersey, 1850-1880: Mortality. M1810, 4 rolls. National Archives and Records Administration, Washington D.C.
OhioUnited States. Nonpopulation Census Schedules for Ohio, 1850-1880. T1159, rolls 14-15, 29-30, and 102-104. National Archives and Records Administration, Washington D.C.
North CarolinaUnited States. Nonpopulation Census Schedules for North Carolina, 1850-1880: Mortality and Manufacturing. M1805, rolls 1-5. National Archives and Records Administration, Washington D.C.
PennsylvaniaUnited States. Non-Population Census Schedules for Pennsylvania, 1850-1880: Mortality. M1838, 11 rolls. National Archives and Records Administration, Washington D.C.
South CarolinaUnited States. Mortality Schedules, 1850-1880. South Carolina Department of Archives and History, Columbia, South Carolina
TexasUnited States. Nonpopulation Census Schedules for Texas, 1850-1880. T1134, rolls 53 and 55-60. National Archives and Records Administration, Washington D.C.
Utah and VermontUnited States. Nonpopulation Census Schedules for Utah Territory and Vermont, 1870: Mortality. M1807, 1 roll. National Archives and Records Administration, Washington, D.C.
VirginiaUnited States. Nonpopulation Census Schedules for Virginia, 1850-1880. T1132, rolls 1, 10, and 18-19. National Archives and Records Administration, Washington D.C.
VirginiaUnited States. Eighth Census of the United States for the Northern District of Halifax County, Virginia, 1860: Schedules of Free Inhabitants, Slave Inhabitants, Mortality, Agriculture, Industry, and Social Statistics, 1860. M1808, 1 roll. National Archives and Records Administration, Washington, D.C.
WashingtonUnited States. Non-population Census Schedules for Washington Territory, 1860-1880. A1154, roll 3. National Archives and Records Administration, Washington, D.C.
WisconsinUnited States. United States Census Schedules for Wisconsin. Series 1675-1677, 4 rolls. Wisconsin Historical Society, Madison, Wisconsin.
Source (S1847)
 
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  • Canada. "Census returns for 1861." LAC microfilm C-999 to C-1007, C-1010 to C-1093, C-1095 to C-1108, C-1232 to C-1331, M-1165 to M-1166, M-1168 to M-1171, M-556, M-874 to M-878, M-880 to M-886, M-896 to M-900. Library and Archives Canada, Ottawa.
  • Census of Nova Scotia, 1861. Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada: Nova Scotia Archives and Records Management (NSARM): Nova Scotia Board of Statistics, 1861.

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Images are reproduced with the permission of Library and Archives Canada.

 
Source (S4914)
 
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  • Minnesota Historical Society. Minnesota State Population Census Schedules, 1865-1905. St. Paul, MN, USA: Minnesota Historical Society, 1977. Microfilm. Reels 1-47 and 107-164.
  • Minnesota. Minnesota Territorial Census Schedules, 1849-1855. St. Paul, MN, USA: Minnesota Historical Society, 2000. Microfilm.
  • Minnesota. Minnesota 1857 Territorial Census. Minnesota Historical Society, St. Paul, MN, USA.
 
Source (S2101)
 
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  • Record of Admissions to Citizenship, District of South Carolina, 1790-1906; (National Archives Microfilm Publication M1183, 1 roll); Records of District Courts of the United States, Record Group 21; National Archives, Washington, D.C.
  • Naturalization Records Created by the U.S. District Court in Colorado, 1877-1952; (National Archives Microfilm Publication M1192, 79 rolls); Records of District Courts of the United States, Record Group 21; National Archives, Washington, D.C.
  • Naturalization Petitions for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania; (National Archives Microfilm Publication M1522, 369 rolls); Records of District Courts of the United States, Record Group 21; National Archives, Washington, D.C.

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  • Schedules of the Florida State Census of 1885; (National Archives Microfilm Publication M845, 13 Rolls); Records of the Bureau of the Census, Record Group 29; National Archives, Washington D.C.
  • Third census of the state of Florida, 1867; (Microfilm series S 1375, 1 reel); Record Group 001021; State Library and Archives of Florida, Tallahassee, Florida.
  • Fourth census of the state of Florida, 1875; (Microfilm series S 1364, 1 reel); Record Group 001021; State Library and Archives of Florida, Tallahassee, Florida.
  • Tenth census of the state of Florida, 1935; (Microfilm series S 5, 30 reels); Record Group 001021; State Library and Archives of Florida, Tallahassee, Florida.
  • Eleventh census of the state of Florida, 1945; (Microfilm series S 1371, 43 reels); Record Group 001021; State Library and Archives of Florida, Tallahassee, Florida.
 
Source (S1986)
 
209 00. Zeiser, Charles W Sr (I1886)
 
210 Whiteman, Mary Emeline (I2173)
 
211 1855 Kansas Territory Census. Microfilm reel K-1. Kansas State Historical Society.1856, 1857, and 1858 Kansas Territory Censuses. Microfilm reel K-1. Kansas State Historical Society.1859 Kansas Territory Census. Microfilm reel K-1. Kansas State Historical Society.1865 Kansas State Census. Microfilm reels K-1 K-8. Kansas State Historical Society.1875 Kansas State Census. Microfilm reels K-1 K-20. Kansas State Historical Society.1885 Kansas State Census. Microfilm reels K-1 K-146. Kansas State Historical Society.1895 Kansas State Census. Microfilm reels K-1 K-169. Kansas State Historical Society.1905 Kansas State Census. Microfilm reels K-1 - K-181. Kansas State Historical Society.1915 Kansas State Census. Microfilm reels K-1 K-271. Kansas State Historical Society.1925 Kansas State Census. Microfilm reels K-1 K-177. Kansas State Historical Society. Source (S885)
 
212 1860 U.S. census, population schedule. NARA microfilm publication M653, 1,438 rolls. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d. Source (S878)
 
213 1870 Source (S170)
 
214 1870 U.S. census, population schedules. NARA microfilm publication M593, 1,761 rolls. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.Minnesota census schedules for 1870. NARA microfilm publication T132, 13 rolls. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d. Source (S736)
 
215 1900 Federal Census says she was born in July, 1841. Her death certificate says December 24, 1841, I believe the 1900 Census is correct, as she would have probably given her birthdate to the census taker. Fehrle, Anna Christine (I1981)
 
216 1910 11 Children, 7 living
 
Hoover, Hannah (I3913)
 
217 1993-2002 White Pages, Little Rock, AR, USA: Acxiom Corporation Source (S303)
 
218 1993-2002 White Pages. Little Rock, AR, USA: Acxiom Corporation. Source (S976)
 
219 20 Sept 1863. Laitenberger, Wilhelmine Karoline (I4084)
 
220 A private submitter on LDS familysearch.org says date of death 22 Sept 1837. Hoenes, Wilhelmina Christiane (I1156)
 
221 According to daughter Karen's obituary, she had a sister, Pam, who married a Welsh. I don't know if Pam (or Pamela?) was the daughter of Richard and Betty, or the daughter of Richard and another of his wives. She could also be the daughter of Betty and another husband. I can't put her on the tree until I find out. Stover, Richard Eugene (I11016)
 
222 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Shane, Betty Jane (I11019)
 
223 According to Find A Grave, memorial number 23424869, this man was an army deserter. That is why he was using the last name of Stone and why his wife and children used Stone as well. Note: I can't find any documents relating to his being in the Army. Stover, Miles Eugene (I10879)
 
224 According to her obituary, she had two children, Daniel and Betsy. I have not included them on the tree because I don't know which one of Karen's husbands was their father. Stover, Karen Ellen (I11025)
 
225 According to his death certificate, "Other Significant Conditions Contributing To Death But Not Related to the Terminal Disease Condition Given in Part..." It then says, "Fracture of femur, right. Accident. Slipped and fell on sidewalk on Montgomery Road between Sieborn & Park Ave., Silverton." The date of the accident was 3 Nov 1959. Timmerman, Joseph Bernard (I5778)
 
226 According to the 1900 Census, Kate was born in Feb, 1870 in Louisville, Kentucky. I don't know the names of her parents. Her maiden name comes from the birth record of her son, James, in Washington state. Note that her death record attached here states she was "about 52", which led the doctor to give her birthdate as 1867.

Kate married Robert January Huston on June 5, 1888 in Floyd County, Indiana.

The couple had three children, with only two living when the 1900 Census was taken. Their names were Vance Morton Huston and James Mallernee Huston.

Census records and city directories show Robert practicing medicine in San Francisco from at least 1898-1905. I assume Kate was living with her family, even though she is not listed in the directories.

In 1905, Kate and Robert separated. He left the United States for Japan with his two young sons. The sons eventually came back to the United States, but Robert died there in 1920.

According to the California, San Francisco Area Funeral Home Records, 1835-1979, Kate died at San Francisco General Hospital. Her cause of death was "hepatic cirrhosis and chronic myocarditis." Her specific records were from the Halsted & Co. Funeral Home.

This record also says that she was buried in Pacific Grove, which would be El Carmelo Cemetery.

On April 3, 2014, I spoke with Darlene at the cemetery office. She stated that Kate is listed under the last name of Houston. She said she would correct the record and/or cross reference the correct spelling of Huston with her burial information in her office.

Darlene also told me that Kate was buried on April 7, 1919 and gave me her location in the cemetery, which I have included below.
 
Francis, Kate (I6738)
 
227 Actual spelling of last name was Obenland
 
Oberland, Helen Marie (I9430)
 
228 Adolph was the adopted son of Carl Christian Ferdinand Obenland. On Adolph's internment record at Union Cemetery, Adolph's mother is listed as Sophia Obenland. His father's name is just "Obenland." It's possible that Adolph was the illegitmate son of Sophia Obenland, and his father's name was unknown by the family here in the U.S. Adolph was born on October 9, 1882 in Wurttemburg, Germany. More research is needed. Adolph arrived in New York in October, 1887 on the steamship Rhein. He was 5 years old. He came to the United States with his adopted father. Accompanying Adolph and his father were Adolph's grandparents, Johann Jacob and Christine Rosine Foernsler Obenland. On October 26, 1890, Adolph's father remarried. The bride's name was Christiana Katharine Goeldenboth, another German immigrant. The couple gave Adolph 5 brothers and sisters. Arthur and another infant both died as babies. The other 3 siblings were sisters Katharine, Rose and Caroline. Adolph's grandfather and father both died while the the family was living in Howard County, Maryland. Adolph married Mary M. Dihle in Philadelphia in 1908. (Certificate #231606). Adolph and Mary had three children: George Russell, Alma and Carl Adolph. George died at the age of 7 years old from tetanus. Until recently, it was thought that Alma never married. However, an obituary from 1948 mentions Alma as Alma Baker. This information need further research. Adolph and Mary's son Carl married twice. Carl and Margaret had a daughter, Kathleen and a son, Carl Thomas. Margaret passed away in 1948. A year later, Carl married Helen Neil. The 1910 Census lists Adolph and Mary as living in Philadelphia, PA. Adolph is a real estate salesman. A search of the Philadelphia Inquirer starting in 1909 shows numerous ads placed by Adolph. Sometimes he worked by himself and other times he worked with a partner, as the ads show. An advertisement in 1910 shows Adolph as the agent of George McCraken, builder and owner. In 1911, he was a partner in Mahon & Obenland, LTD., who were "owners and builders." An ad in the May 11, 1913 issue of the Philadelphia Inquirer has Adolph as working as Obenland, Desmoine and Laise. The paper has many other articles that mention Adolph's wife and grandmother as participants in the buying and selling of Philadelphia real estate. In 1918, Adolph registered for the WWI draft. His address at the time was 6223 Clearview St. in Germantown, Pennsylvania. His occupation now is a traveling salesman for Carroll Dunham Smith Pharmaceuticals, based in New York City. According to the record, he was of medium height with a stout build. His eyes and hair were both brown. I recently found an FBI file for Adolph, dated in 1918, the same year he registered for the draft. Evidentally the government suspected him of being a German spy during WWI. The pages I've found are included on this memorial. Sometime bewteen 1918 and 1920, the family moved to Franklin County, Ohio. This included Adolph's grandmother, Christina. The 1920 Census lists them as renting a house at 155 W. Lakeview Ave., Columbus. Adolph was still a drug salesman. By 1930, Adolph and Mary owned their own home at 760 S. Remington Rd in Bexley, Ohio. The house was worth $9,000. When Adolph registered for the draft in WWII, he and Mary were then living in Cleveland, Ohio at 1889 E. 75th. Adolph died on July 31, 1961 and was buried on August 5, 1961. Buried Union Cemetery Columbus Franklin County Ohio, USA Plot: Old Cemetery, 1917 Addition, Lot 1048, Space 6 Obenland, Adolph Gustave (I2129)
 
229 Adopted son. Might also have gone by the name of Dante Eller Sample. Sample, Daniel Eller (I2302)
 
230 Agnes was born in Northern Ireland in September, 1871.
According to the passenger list of the steamship the State of Georgia, she was the daughter of Elizabeth Magee.

Agnes arrived in New York on August 21, 1878. She came to the United States with her mother, Eliza (Elizabeth), brother Henry and sisters Sabina and Mary. Her father, Charles, must have been already here in the United States, as he is listed in the 1880 census.

On October 25, 1893, Agnes married Charles Obenland in Manhattan County, New York. The marriage certificate is #13716.

On FamilySearch, I found a record of this marriage, which showed Agnes's parents as Charles Magee and Eliza Curry. I then found marriage records for a Henry and a Sabina, both with the same parents as Agnes. This is how I verified that she was the Agnes on the State of Georgia passenger list.

Agnes and Charles had two children. Their daughter, Agnes Brooklyn, was born May 4, 1894. Little Agnes's middle name was Brooklyn because she was the first child born in the new 31st ward in Brooklyn after some city consolidation had been done.

Her birth was written up in the Kings County Journal at the time and then the story was repeated in the May 2, 1900 issue of the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. It was reported that the Excise Commissioner, George B. Forrester, "felt so elated" that he gave the baby a $5 gold piece.

Her brother, Charles A, was born two years later.

The 1900 Census lists the family living on Surf Avenue in Brooklyn. They lived in what was the Culver Depot of the Brooklyn Rapid Transit Company. This was in the very heart of Coney Island. Charles was working as an inspector for the railway.

Charles and Agnes were living at 22 Surf Avenue during the 1910 Census. He listed his occupation as a depot master for the railway. She were still living at the Culver Depot.

By 1920, the family had moved, but they stayed on Surf Avenue. This time their address was 550 Surf Ave. According to Google Earth, this is where the New York Aquarium now stands.

Charles was killed while working in Brooklyn on June 19, 1929. An article regarding his death appeared in the Syracuse Herald in the evening edition on June 20, 1929. "Angered because he was prevented from boarding a congested street car with his wife and two children, a powerfully built man struck a blow to the jaw of Charles Obenland, veteran inspector at West Sixth Street and Surf Avenue, Coney Island, which killed him. The assailant and his family escaped in the confusion."

A longer article on the subject of his death was published in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle on the same day as the one in Syracuse.

After her husband's passing, Agnes lived with her daughter, Agnes, her husband Arthur Toppin and their son in Brooklyn. They lived in the house at 1427 E. 4th St., where she and her husband Charles had lived for the last few years of his life.

Agnes passed away on June 23, 1948. She was buried three days later in The Evergreens Cemetery.
 
Magee, Agnes (I4101)
 
231 Albert is listed as a Senior and his son, as a Junior. The son's full name is Albert George Ralph Weintraut (according to his birth certificate.) If they were Senior and Junior, then it stands to reason that the father's full name would also include "Ralph". Weintraut, Albert George Ralph Sr (I4526)
 
232 Albert registered for the draft for WWI on June 5, 1917. At the time, he was living at 215 Hill St., Elgin, Illinois. He was employed as a watchmaker for the Elgin National Watch Company. Albert was single at the time. He objected to the draft because of his religious convictions. He said he was a member of the Apostloic Christian Church. His description on his draft card shows him to have been of medium build and height, with blue eyes and black hair. It also says that he had a physical disability. Albert died one year later. (Ill. Death Certificate #0027637. Preiss, Albert Gustav (I555)
 
233 Alternate birth and death dates, as per Social Security Death Index: Birth: 14 April 1882, Death: 5 April 1973. I'm using the birth date of the 5th because that was what was written in her file at the convent. Maybe someone at Social Security accidentally reversed the dates.

Date Received Holy Habit: 23 Jan 1900; First Profession: 26 Jan 1901; Final Profession 30 Aug 1904; Dispensation of Vows: 11 Jan 1924 
Obenland, Christianna Agnes (I830)
 
234 Alternate birth date 15 Jun 1912.

Alternate date and place of marriage: 24 Sep 1943, Niagara Falls, Niagara County, NY. This is from Marjorie's obituary. The one I'm using is from the Marion County, Indiana marriage records. 
Primeau, Leon Eugene (I892)
 
235 Alternate birth date is 12 Oct 1878. Day, Nina Darlene (I1742)
 
236 Alternate birth year is 1852. In the United States, Johann went by the name of Charles. Charles was the brother of Gottlieb Friederich Obenland and August Obenland. Both had previously immigrated to the United States. Charles departed from Antwerp, Belgium on the Colina, arriving in New York on October 26, 1874. His ultimate destination was Philadelphia, as that is where his brothers Gottlieb and August were living. After his wife died and his daughter Annie was married, Charles lived with a Valentine Rapp, a baker in Burlington, New Jersey. He and Charles probably worked together as bakers. Obenland, Johann Karl (I1008)
 
237 Alternate birth year is 1856, which is on tombstone. The 1855 is from the 1900 Census. Bartenbach, Joseph (I1442)
 
238 Alternate birth year is 1919. Butler, Harry Albert (I214)
 
239 Alternate birth years 1810 and 1818. Herrmann, Jakobina Barbara (I2977)
 
240 Alternate date and place of marriage: 24 Sep 1943, Niagara Falls, Niagara County, NY. This is from Marjorie's obituary. The one I'm using is from the Marion County, Indiana marriage records.
 
Schott, Marjorie (I3490)
 
241 Alternate death date 14 Sept 2002, in Schwenningen. Eberhardt, Charlotte Gertrude (I3726)
 
242 Alternate first name Fredorke. Obenland, Friederike (I379)
 
243 Alternate first name is Hans. Obenland, Johann Christoph (I2859)
 
244 Alternate marriage date is 11 Dec 1870. Obenland, Gottlob (I2929)
 
245 Alternate marriage date of 2 Sept 1984 in Reno, Washoe Co., Nevada, USA was when they renewed their marriage vows. Washoe County certificate #84975.
 
Gies, Kathleen Marie (I3500)
 
246 Alternate marriage date of 2 Sept 1984 in Reno, Washoe Co., Nevada, USA was when they renewed their marriage vows. Washoe County certificate #84975. Obenland, Richard L (I2335)
 
247 Alternate middle name is Jaye. McCoy, Harry Faye (I467)
 
248 Alternate month of death is July Zeller, Christian John (I3167)
 
249 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Wilson, Douglas D (I696)
 
250 Alternate name might be Johann Christian Obenland, Johanne (I4407)
 

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