St. Clair County ~ MIGenWeb
Queries - October 1998
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- DUNSMORE, KITCHEN posted by Pamela Yates on Friday, October 2, 1998
KITCHEN, Rufus William - My husband's grandfather, Rufus William Kitchen was born in St Clair, MI on 11 Feb 1883(according to his marriage application). His father, Thomas Kitchen was born in Canada; his mother's name was Jennie DUNSMORE, born in MI. Any information on this family would be greatly appreciated! I'd also like to know if there are immigrant records available, since Thomas Kitchen was born in Canada? Or naturalization records?
- FACER, HORNBY, JEROW posted by Cindy Scherwinski on Saturday, October 3, 1998
William D. FACER (1835- 1907) married Lucy JEROW. Two known children from this union - Watson FACER and Ezra FACER. After Lucy's death, William remarried Elisabeth HORNBY. Any information will be greatly appreciated.
- STERLING posted by Carol Sterling on Sunday, October 4, 1998
Looking for a point of entry date on Gordon STERLING between 1915-1946 (probablly earlier). May have came with parents, Walter STERLING and Mary (Riddle) STERLING. Any help would be appreciated.
- SEARLE, VANLUVEN posted by Thomas L. Searle on Monday, October 5, 1998
Looking for where Benjamin VANLUVEN died late 1800's was told he died in Grant, MI, by Port Huron believe this to mean Grant Twp. His Dau Elizabeth T. Married George W. SEARLE from Ruby, Mi. Late 1800's any information will help!
- NEWMAN, PECKE, SPRING, VESHA, VISHA, WINCOOP, YAX posted by Chris Irwin on Tuesday, October 6, 1998
Looking for information on the following SPRING marriages and their families. Adaline SPRING / Dennis WINCOOP 1850, Francis SPRING / Mary YAX 1857, Luther SPRING / Maria PECKE 1847, Maria SPRING / James W NEWMAN 1854, Mary SPRING / George VESHA (VISHA) 1847. All marriages took place in St. Clair Co.
- FOGAL posted by Jean Wheeler on Thursday, October 8, 1998
I am researching the name FOGAL in St. Clair county. My aunt's name was Stella and she was born in Whitchurch Ontario and approximate birthdate is 1896. Her husband's name was Moss and they moved to Port Huron approximately 1931, where she died. Do not have a death date but would be interested in obtaining one and also where she may be buried. Stella had 2 sisters Gladys and Mabel and 1 brother Cliff. Would anyone have known this family. Any information appreciated.
- BRUNNELL, GALLAGHER, GOLDRICK, LITTLE posted by Cindy Scherwinski on Tuesday, October 13, 1998
George H. GOLDRICK, son of Edward GOLDRICK (born in Ireland) and Sarah BRUNNELL (born in England); this information was taken from George's death certificate. Birth date 9 June 1850 in Michigan, married Elizabeth LITTLE on 20 August 1854 in Port Huron. Elizabeth daughter of Andrew LITTLE and Mary Ann GALLAGHER both of whom were born in Ireland. Elizabeth born in Pickering, Ontario, Canada. George and Elizabeth relocated to northeastern Wisconsin as did a number of Elizabeth's siblings. George died 13 June 1918, Elizabeth died on 6 March 1927. They both died in Shawano County, Wisconsin. I'm anxious to hear from anyone with connections to George and Elizabeth.
- BASINET, BASNEY, BAZINET, HILL, LONGTON posted by Patrick Van Wert on Tuesday, October 20, 1998
Looking for information on family of Joseph BASINET (varied spelling; BAZINET & BASNEY). Joseph's wife was Mary or Jane HILL. His son (John Louis or Louis), my G.G. Grandfather was born in Swan Creek in 1846. John Louis (Louis) marred Mary LONGTON on Apr. 17 1875 at Immaculate Conception Church in (uncertain) Algonac or Anchorsville. Any help is greatly appreciated.
- BASINET, BASNEY, BAZINET, LONGTIN, LONGTON posted by Patrick Van Wert on Tuesday, October 20, 1998
Looking for information on the family of John Bapist LONGTON or LONGTIN. John Bapist wife was Mary Thomas. Their daughter (Mary) was born in Marine City in 1855. Mary married John Louis (Louis) BASNEY (BASINET, BAZINET) on Apr 17 1875 at Immaculate Conception Church in (uncertain) Algonac or Anchorsville. Any help is greatly appreciated.
- HORNER posted by Susan Horner on Saturday, October 24, 1998
I am looking for infor. on my husband's GGgrandfather, Samuel HORNER who bought land and lived in Fairhaven from the 1840's-1860's. He and his wife Bridget came from Ireland. They had four children the last one being Robert in 1859. She died thereafter. He re-married and had 6 more children. He died in the late 1860's in a farm accident.
- HAYDEN, WELLES posted by Leo Simpson on Sunday, October 25, 1998
Mary Ann HAYDEN died in 1916 and is buried in Lakeside Cemetery in Port Huron. Her daughter Jennie G. WELLES died in 1937 and is buried in the same grave site. An article in the Port Huron paper indicates that Mary Ann lived at 1229 St Clair St. in Port Huron. In this large cemetery plot, they are the only ones buried there. Any information on Mr. Hayden and Mr. Welles--as well Mary Ann and Jennie G. would be appreciated.
- CLARK, KINION, SPERRY posted by Colleen Conner on Thursday, October 29, 1998
I am looking for any information about my great-grandmother and her family: Mabel C. CLARK was born in Columbus, St Clair County, MI on 15 Dec 1868. Her parents were: Herbert CLARK and Rosa (last name unknown). Mabel married John Benjamin KINION. They both died in Scottsbluff, NE: Mabel on 9 Feb. 1952 and John on 31 Aug. 1950. Mabel had a sister Bessie CLARK who married Lee SPERRY.
- SMITH, WILLSIE, WILSIE, WILTSE, WILTSEE posted by Celia Ann (Wilsie) Staubach Freese on Friday, October 30, 1998
WILTSEE, WILTSE, WILLSIE, WILSIE, SMITH: Searching for any signs of Martin WILSIE between 1880 and 1912. He was born in NY. His mother and siblings moved in 1856 by covered wagon thru PN,IN,IL,St. Louis, MO & settled in Callao, MO.Siblings went to KS & IA, but Martin settled in Holton, MI. Married Celia Smith in 1865, Mecosta, in Newago. Ida born at Cedar Creek, 1869, Charles (1873, Hugh(1875) & Stephens(1880).Martin left family and wed Mary (swedish widow) in 1908 at Houghton Lake (property in SW corner). Martin died in 1912. Any info on his whereabouts between 1880 & 1912 would be appreciated