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OCONTO COUNTY
Wisconsin
FAMILIES and BIOGRAPHIES

.MOODY.

Researched, Written and Contributed by  Ron Renquin



Moody Family

The Moody family has its roots deep in England.  This history however, starts in New England and  begins with Clement Moody and his wife Sarah Clark in the late 1600’s.   Through time, the family would leave Kingston, New Hampshire and move to Gilmanton, New Hampshire, to Tunbridge, Vermont, Union Center, New York and eventually to McKean County, Pennsylvania.   In 1868 Frank Moody and his wife Laura Kent with their children and Laura’s sister Mary Jane left McKean County, Pennsylvania and  came to Oconto County to join up with another  of Laura’s sister, Lucinda (Lucy) Tuttle and her husband Schuyler and their family.  They settled at Brookside and opened a farm there.
 

Descendants of Clement Moody
 

Generation No. 1

1.  CLEMENT1 MOODY was born 1686-1688.  He married SARAH CLARK 1706-1707.

 Children of Clement Moody and Sarah Clark are:
 i. CLEMENT2 MOODY, JR., b. 1708-1709.
2. ii. DAVID MOODY, b. 1711-1713.
 iii. JOSIAH MOODY, b. 1712-1713.
 iv. PHILLIP MOODY, b. 1714-1715.
 v. JOHN MOODY, b. 1715-1716.
 

Generation No. 2

2.  DAVID2 MOODY (CLEMENT1) was born 1711-1713.  He married MARY GILMAN 21 June 1733 in Kingston, New Hampshire.

Notes
From the New Hampshire Genoalogical Record, an Illustrated Quarterly Magazine devoted to Genealogy, History and Biography.  Vol. 1 - 7, 1904-1910, Volume 7 has index to all volumes.  Volumes located at the Brown County Library in Green Bay, WI.

Volume 2, page 45 of above give the marriage record of David Moody to Mary Gilman on June ye 21st 1733, extracted from the Kingston First Church Records.  Marriage was by the Reverend Wark Clark, pastor from 1725 to 1737

 Children of David Moody and Mary Gilman are:
 i. DANIEL3 MOODY, b. 1735.
3. ii. JOHN MOODY, b. 04 February 1739, Kingston, New Hampshire.
 iii. SARAH MOODY, b. 05 April 1741.
 iv. MARY MOODY, b. 07 August 1743.
 v. DAVID MOODY, b. 20 October 1745.
 vi. GILMAN MOODY, b. 1747; m. ANN JAMES.
 

Generation No. 3

3.  JOHN3 MOODY (DAVID2, CLEMENT1) was born 04 February 1739 in Kingston, New Hampshire.  He married (1) ABIGAIL SWETT 1764-1765.  He married (2) ABIGAIL SWETT 1764-1765.

 Children of John Moody and Abigail Swett are:
 i. JOHN4 MOODY, b. 1766.
 ii. DOLLY MOODY, b. 1770; m. JOSHUA MOORE, 05 November 1789, Smith Meeting House, Gilmanton, New Hampshire.
 iii. ELISHA MOODY, b. 1773, Gilmanton, Belnap County, New Hampshire; m. BETSY WEYMOUTH, 16 September 1794, Smith Meeting House, Gilmanton, New Hampshire.
 iv. ABIGAIL MOODY, b. 1776.
4. v. DAVID MOODY, b. 04 May 1778, Gilmanton, New Hampshire; d. 26 December 1843, Union, Broome County, New York.
 vi. PETER MOODY, b. 1784.
 

Generation No. 4

4.  DAVID4 MOODY (JOHN3, DAVID2, CLEMENT1) was born 04 May 1778 in Gilmanton, New Hampshire, and died 26 December 1843 in Union, Broome County, New York.  He married GERMINA BEAN 18 December 1799 in Gilmanton, New Hampshire.

Notes
David and Germina moved there young family from Gilmanton, New Hampshire to Vermont and then  to Union, Broome County,  New York in 1812.

David and Germina are buried in Riverside (Bridge St.) Cemetery, Endwell (Union), Broome County, New York.  The cemetery is located on Bridge St, off of Main St. in the Village of Endicott (Old Union).  History marker at the front of the cemetery reads "Site of  First Log Church built in 1791.  Organized as Dutch Reformed and now Union Presbyterian at the corner of Main and Liberty."

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  Moody article from Cutters
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Moody
William Moody, immigrant ancestor of this family, was born in Wales, England and came from Ipswich, Suffolk County, Wales and located in Newbury, Massachusetts. He was of Welch ancestry, and a saddler by trade, coming to New England in 1634. He was admitted as a freeman, May 6, 1635, and was one of the first settlers of the town of Newbury. His descendants have been among the most prominent men of that town and vicinity to the present time. He had a ninety-two grant from the town. According to tradition he was the first to shoe oxen. He died October 25, 1673. His widow, Sarah, died January 13, 1672-73. Children: Samuel, born in Wales, about 1630; Rev. Joshua, about 1632; Caleb. The Rev. Joshua was educated in Newbury, and was a graduate of Harvard College in 1653. He was a minister in the Congregational church at Portsmouth, New Hampshire, in 1658. Because of his refusal to administer the sacrament to two strangers, to him unknown, he was thrown into prison by order of Governor Crawford, where he remained thirteen weeks, when through the influence of friends he was released, and went to the "old Church" in Boston, where he preached until 1692. He had a son Samuel, who was a graduate of Harvard, and a renowned preacher, who had five sons, three of whom were ministers.

I. David Moody was a descendant of William Moody, who immigrated from Wales, and is said to have been a son of Joshua Moody, a descendant of William, and born in Essex county, Massachusetts, May 4, 1778. He married Gemina Bean, and removed to New Hampshire, and from hence to Vermont, and from there to Union, Broome county, New York, in 1812. He purchased a farm on Bean Hill, and followed farming during his life. Children: 1. Nehemiah, born in Vermont, in 1800; married Nancy Rockwell, at Union, had a son Elisha, and several other children; removed to McKean county, Pennsylvania, with his family. 2. Stephen, born in Vermont, in 1801; settled in Cortland, New York; married Charlotte _____; had three sons: Burletie, Frank and Gideon. 3. Zebina, born 1804; removed to Michigan, and had several children. 4. Gemina, who married Josiah Callerty, and left three children: Charles M., Milton T., and Albertine. Charles M. had twin sons, Lute D. and Lee M. Cafferty. Albertine left no children and Milton T. left one daughter, Emma Cafferty. 5. Hannah 6. Sally 7. Abbie, each of whom were married, but left no descendants. 8. Charles, see forward. 9. John, born at Union, 1816; was an attorney and resided in New York; married (first) Elizabeth Steele, and had one daughter, Jennie, who married Frederick Goeller, and has several children. His first wife died 1870, and he married (second) Margaret Goeller, by whom he had two sons, John and Milo, who reside in New York.

II. Charles, son of David Moody, was born April 8, 1808, in Vermont, and he removed, in 1812, with his father to Union, New York. He received a grammer school education, and, for a number of years, was engaged in farming and lumbering at Union, New York, where he married, January 1, 1838, Amanda, daughter of George Keeler, who came from Connecticut, and Elizabeth (Smith) Keeler, who came from Dutchess county, New York, who had several other children. Charles Moody and his wife removed from Union, New York, to Spencer, New York, in 1862, where he engaged in farming, and resided until his death, in 1891. He was a long time member of the Methodist Episcopal church in the village of Union, causing the same to be built. Children: all born at Union, New York: 1. Edwin C., see forward. 2. Harriett A., married Marshall Sweetlove, and has no living children. 3. William H., born May 20, 1848; married Ella Sullivan, and they had three children: w. Dwight, born 1874, died June 1910; Fred C., born 1876, died 1888; Raymond, born 1885, an attorney at law, and resides in Brooklyn. 4. Charles E., born February 22, 1850; married Dean Hutchins, and resides at Sayer, Pennsylvania; has three living children, Maurice, May and Floyd. 5. Julia K., born September, 1855; married Rev. Isaac B. Wilson, has one daughter, Ruth. They reside at Spencer, New York.

III. Edwin C., son of Charles Moody, was born in Union, New York, November 4, 1838; He was educated at the public schools, and at an academy at Union, New York. He began the study of law in 1858, in the office of his uncle, John Moody, in the city of New York, and attended the New York University Law School, where he was graduated in April, 1861, and the degree of LLB was conferred upon him by the university, and he was admitted in the supreme court in New York, in May, 1861, as an attorney and counselor. It was in the midst of the civil war, and he opened a law office in the village of Union, New York, and commenced the practice of law at that place, in July, 1861. He was engaged in the enlisting of men for the service, and as deputy provost marshall in the enrollment of men preparatory to a draft. During the winters of 1861-62-63 he taught school at Union. He was town clerk of Union in 1865-66, and supervisor of the town of Union for eight years after 1866, chairman of the board of supervisors in the years 1870-74-75; in 1877, he was a member of assembly from Broome county. Removed from Union to Binghamton in 1877, and, from 1861 to the present time, engaged in practicing law in Broome county general business, and was county attorney from August 1907, to January, 1910. In politics he is a Republican. He is a member of the Calumet Lodge, Odd Fellows, and of the Binghamton Club.

He married (first), November 26, 1862, Helen D., born July 16, 1840, daughter of Stephen and Maria (Powers) Wheeler. She died in June, 1879 and he married (second), at Canastoga, New York, August 12, 1885, Sadie A., daughter of Andrew and Elizabeth Clow. Children of first wife: 1. Edith S., born October 1, 1866; married Rev. E. F. Hollenbeck; children: Wilbur C. and Margaret. 2. Carrie, born 1867, married Henry S. Waldron, and had Helen and Gladys Waldron. 4. Edwin H., born May 3, 1879, graduate of Hamilton College, afterwards from New York Law School, 1902; admitted as an attorney and counselor at law in supreme court, 1905; now in partnership with his father. Child of second wife: 5. Mildred E., born March 29, 1895.
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          Entry done by Terri Sprague on Jan 11, 1999.

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EARLY LAND RECORDS OF BROOME COUNTY
1806 - 1820
As copied from the Broome County Clerk's Office

Moody, David from Henry Rogers Sept. 1, 1814

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NY Broome County 1825 State Census Index

MOODY, DAVID             BROOME CO.     NY 004   UNION      1825
MOODY, NEHEMIAH          BROOME CO.     NY 003   UNION      1825
 

Marriages Performed by Rev'd Isaac Smith, Smith Meeting House, Gilmanton, NH

Originally copied by Mary Lovering Holman, 1911.  The Smith Meeting House in
Gilmanton was the first church in that part of New Hampshire.  Gilmanton has
now been divided into Gilmanton, Gilmanton Iron Works, Gilford and Belmont.
I received a photocopy of the typewritten manuscript by Mary Lovering Holman
from the NHHS.   Here on the Internet with the permission of the NHHS.
 All spellings are kept as they were in the manuscript.

David moody and Jemima Bean Dec 18, 1799
 
 
 

 Children of David Moody and Germina Bean are:
5. i. NEHIMIAH5 MOODY, b. 21 July 1800, New Hampshire; d. 01 July 1875, Coryville, McKean County, Pennsylvania.
 ii. STEPHEN MOODY, b. 1801, Gilmanton, New Hampshire.
 iii. ZEBINA MOODY, b. 1803.
6. iv. GERMINA MOODY, b. 1804, Tunbridge, Vermont.
 v. HANNAH MOODY, b. 1806.
7. vi. CHARLES MOODY, b. 08 April 1808, Tunbridge, Vermont; d. 1891, Spencer, New York.
 vii. SALLY MOODY, b. 1811; d. 04 May 1889, Union, Broome County, New York; m. JOHN J. CAFFERTY.
 viii. ABBY MOODY, b. 1814.
8. ix. JOHN MOODY, b. 1818, Union, Broome County, New York.
 

Generation No. 5

5.  NEHIMIAH5 MOODY (DAVID4, JOHN3, DAVID2, CLEMENT1) was born 21 July 1800 in New Hampshire, and died 01 July 1875 in Coryville, McKean County, Pennsylvania.  He married NANCY ROCKWELL 30 September 1824 in Union, Broome County, New York, daughter of David Rockwell and Lois Culver.

Notes
Nehimiah and Nancy moved their large family from Union in Broome County, New York and settled them in McKean County, Pennsylvania in 1839.  They left behind the life that they had made there as well as the graves of two young daughters to settle in the fertile mountain valleys of the Allegany Mountains.

Nehimiah expressed a wish to be buried on the knoll overlooking the farm of his son Elisha.  Upon his death, he was buried as he had requested and around him grew a family cemetery.  On June 10 1874 Elisha deeded the land setting aside the Moody Hollow Cemetery with burial spaces for each of his brothers and sisters and their decendents and setting some aside for the common cause.  The land was deeded to his brother Gilbert as Trustee.  The actual deeding of the land for each family member was done on 1 December 1891.

 All of the children of Nehimiah and Nancy are laid to rest there with the exception of their two infant daughters buried in the Nanticoke Cemetery in Union Center, Broome County, New York, Son Oscar who was buried in Rebel Prison on Bell Island as a prisonor of the Confederacy in the Civil War, and Franklin who is buried with his wife Laura Kent in the Brookside Cemetery, in Oconto County, Wisconsin

Received from Judith Schick, professional Genealogist in Bradford, PA a copy of the 1907 Family Reunion Book entiled "A Complete List of the Family and Descendents of Nehimiah and Nancy Moody"

By occupation Nehemiah was a farmer and lumberman.  He and his family were Methodist Episcopal by faith.

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NY Broome County 1825 State Census Index

MOODY, DAVID             BROOME CO.     NY 004   UNION      1825
MOODY, NEHEMIAH          BROOME CO.     NY 003   UNION      1825

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KEATING TOWNSHIP - 1840
Pgs. 85, 99, 100, 101, 102, 103................ Roll 475
Head of Household.........................grouping code information.
Surname First Name     Males in HH                                   Females in HH

Moody Nehemiah         0/ 0/ 1/ 1/ 0/ 1/ 0/ 0/ 0/ 0/ 0/ 0/ 0     2/ 3/ 0/ 0/ 0/ 1/ 0/ 0/ 0/ 0/ 0/ 0/ 0

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 Children of Nehimiah Moody and Nancy Rockwell are:
9. i. ELISHA6 MOODY, b. 31 August 1825, Union, Broome County, New York; d. 02 March 1900, Eldred Township, McKean County, Pennsylvania.
10. ii. FRANKLIN GEORGE MOODY, b. 19 April 1827, Union, Broome County, New York; d. 17 June 1909, Brookside, Oconto County, Wisconsin.
 iii. LOUISA MOODY, b. 1829-1830, Union, Broome County, New York; d. 26 February 1832, Union, Broome County, New York.
11. iv. ANGELINE MOODY, b. 31 May 1831, Union, Broome County, New York; d. 31 January 1892, Coryville, McKean County, Pennsylvania.
 v. CAROLINE (AMELIA) MOODY, b. 31 May 1831, Union, Broome County, New York; d. 13 September 1831, Union, Broome County, New York.
12. vi. LAURA MOODY, b. 08 March 1833, Union, Broome County, New York; d. 1929, Coryville, McKean County, Pennsylvania.
13. vii. AMELIA MOODY, b. 01 January 1835, Union, Broome County, New York; d. February 1911, Coryville, McKean County, Pennsylvania.
14. viii. ELIZABETH MOODY, b. 22 March 1837, Union, Broome County, New York; d. 07 April 1916, Coryville, McKean County, Pennsylvania.
15. ix. DEBORAH MOODY, b. 22 November 1838, Keating Township, McKean County, Pennsylvania; d. 07 May 1898, Coryville, McKean County, Pennsylvania.
16. x. GILBERT MOODY, b. 29 November 1841, Keating Township, McKean County, Pennsylvania; d. 12 March 1920, Coryville, McKean County, Pennsylvania.
 xi. OSCAR MOODY, b. 1842-1843, Keating Township, McKean County, Pennsylvania; d. February 1864, Rebel Prison, Belle Island.
17. xii. GRACE MOODY, b. 30 August 1845, Keating Township, McKean County, Pennsylvania; d. 1923, Coryville, McKean County, Pennsylvania.
18. xiii. MATILDA MOODY, b. 18 February 1850, Keating Township, McKean County, Pennsylvania.

6.  GERMINA5 MOODY (DAVID4, JOHN3, DAVID2, CLEMENT1) was born 1804 in Tunbridge, Vermont.  She married JOSIAH CULLERTY.

 Children of Germina Moody and Josiah Cullerty are:
 i. CHARLES6.
 ii. MILTON.
 iii. ALBERTINE.

7.  CHARLES5 MOODY (DAVID4, JOHN3, DAVID2, CLEMENT1) was born 08 April 1808 in Tunbridge, Vermont, and died 1891 in Spencer, New York.  He married AMANDA KEELER 01 January 1838.

Notes
Charles Moody is still living in Union in 1850.  His occupation is that of a farmer.  His wife Amanda is 9 years younger.  In the same dwelling lives Josiah Cafferty, Jr and his wife Jemima.  Jemima is age 44.  Charles has a sister Jemima or Germina who would be 46 years of age in 1850.  Josiah Cafferty is a butcher.

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1850 Census -- Town of Union -- Page 434

3104  3222  Charles Moody 42 M / Farmer -- NY -- -- --
 150 156  Amanda “ 33 F / -- -- NY -- -- --
      Edwin C. “ 11 M / -- -- NY -- / --
      Harriet A “ 10 F / -- -- NY -- / --
      William H “ 2 M / -- -- NY -- -- --
      Infant  3/12 M / -- -- NY -- -- --
   3223  1850 Census -- Town of Union -- Page 434
  Josiah Cafferty Jr. 44 M / Butcher -- NY -- -- --
   157  Jemima “ 44 F / -- -- NY --
 

 Children of Charles Moody and Amanda Keeler are:
 i. EDWIN E.6 MOODY, b. 1839.
 ii. HARRIET A. MOODY, b. 1840.
 iii. WILLIAM H. MOODY, b. 1848.
 iv. CHARLES E. MOODY, b. 1850.

8.  JOHN5 MOODY (DAVID4, JOHN3, DAVID2, CLEMENT1) was born 1818 in Union, Broome County, New York.  He married (1) ELIZABETH STEELE.  He married (2) MARGARET GOELLER.

 Child of John Moody and Elizabeth Steele is:
 i. JENNIEY6.

 Children of John Moody and Margaret Goeller are:
 ii. JOHN6.
 iii. MILO.
 

Generation No. 6

9.  ELISHA6 MOODY (NEHIMIAH5, DAVID4, JOHN3, DAVID2, CLEMENT1) was born 31 August 1825 in Union, Broome County, New York, and died 02 March 1900 in Eldred Township, McKean County, Pennsylvania.  He married (1) LUCINDA JANE.  He married (2) JANE LARABEE 28 January 1852 in Eldred Township, McKean County, Pennsylvania.

 Children of Elisha Moody and Jane Larabee are:
 i. CHAUNCEY7 MOODY.
19. ii. CHESTER MOODY.
20. iii. DEBORAH MOODY.
 iv. FRANK C. MOODY, b. 1871; d. 22 May 1887.
21. v. OSCAR MOODY.
 vi. BRAD MOODY, m. VERNIE LEWIS.
 vii. WILBUR MOODY, d. August 1906; m. ADDIE LENT.
22. viii. FREDERICK R. MOODY, d. 09 August 1915, Rixford, Pennsylvania.

10.  FRANKLIN GEORGE6 MOODY (NEHIMIAH5, DAVID4, JOHN3, DAVID2, CLEMENT1) was born 19 April 1827 in Union, Broome County, New York, and died 17 June 1909 in Brookside, Oconto County, Wisconsin.  He married LAURA KENT 09 August 1852 in McKean County, Pennsylvania, daughter of Ruben Kent and Prudence Wood.

Notes
Frank served with the Pennsylvania Artillary in Company D, Regiment 4.

He married Laura Kent on August 9, 1852.  The marriage was performed by John Edwards, Justice of the Peace.

Frank and Laura moved their family to Brookside, Oconto County in 1867 from Coryville or Moody's Hollow in McKean County Pennsylvania.  The Coryville area is in the Allegany Mountains of Pennsylvania and has many "Hollows"  or small valleys throughout.  Moody's Hollow is one of these as well as Kent Hollow.

In August of 1898 Frank returned to Moody Hollow with his granddaughter, Laura.  They returned to Brookside in early October of 1898.
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Oconto County Reporter
April 14, 1883

Pensaukee Column.
Mr. Frank Moody of Brookside, took the train Monday evening for a visit ot the scenes of his youth, in the state of Pennsylvania
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Oconto County Reporter
September 8, 1883

Brookside

Mr. Frank Moody arrived home safely from his visit in Pennsylvania

**THE following is a list of the jurors drawn to serve at the term of
the circuit court to be held at the court house in this city Monday,
September 17th:
T.G. Gilkey, Jno Kuhapt, W.M. Underhill, Chas. Hall, James Kent, E. S.
McKinney, B. Barker, W.W. DeLano, Con.Morrell, R. E. Bowman, N.S. Chase,
S. A. Knowles, L. W. Milbury, Frank Moody, John Petty, William Grade,
Nicholas Loring, Antone Conrad, David Lenneville, Ernst Surprise, Ruben
Treadwell, Wm. Kuger, James Wall, Michael O’Neil, James Hall, Michael
Exford, R. Watters, Joseph Nails, Chas. Vallier, J. F. Mathews, O. L.
Edwards, James Heath, Levi Sargent, Con Keifert, Alex. Urquhart, John
Struck.

Frank Moody
Oconto County Reporter17 June 1909 edition

"Another old resident of the town of Pensaukee was called to his long rest Monday morning, when Frank Moody, an old war veteran died at the home of his son, John D. Moody, in the town of Pensaukee, aged 83 years.
About 16 years ago he had a stroke of paralysis from which, however, he recoverd, but last February he suffered another stroke from which, and the feebleness incident to his advanced years, he finally passed away.
Deceased was born in Pennsylvania, 83 years ago and came to this county locating in Pensaukee on a farm 37 years.
He is survived by three sons, John D. Moody, with whom he lived, Reuben, who resides in Oconto Falls, but at the time of his death was in the state of Washington, and Frank of Wells, Michigan.
He was a member of Company D, 4th Penn. Art. during the Civil War and a member of D.D. Barker Post G.A.R. of Abrams.
The funeral was held at 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon, from the Brookside M.E. Church, Rev. O.W. Smith of Hickory officiating with interment in Brookside Cemetery. D.D. Barker Post G.A.R., conducted the services at the grave and 12 members of E.A. Ramsey Post, of this city attended, 27 old soldiers being in line to pay their last respects to their departed comrade." NOTE: Frank Moody was actually born in Union, Broome County, New York and moved with his parents Nehimiah Moody and Nancy Rockwell Moody to Corryville, McKean County, Pennslyvania when he was nine years old.
 
 
 
 

 Children of Franklin Moody and Laura Kent are:
23. i. JOHN D.7 MOODY, b. 12 April 1855, Keating Township, McKean County, Pennsylvania; d. 17 October 1927, Oconto, Oconto County, Wisconsin.
24. ii. IDA MOODY, b. 11 September 1859, Keating Township, McKean County, Pennsylvania; d. 22 September 1897, Green Bay, Brown County, Wisconsin.
 iii. ELISHA MOODY, b. 1862, Keating Township, McKean County, Pennsylvania; m. LENA KIRSHNER, 02 June 1886, Oconto, Oconto County, Wisconsin.
 iv. REBECCA MOODY, b. 1863, Keating Township, McKean County, Pennsylvania; d. 1886, Brookside, Oconto County, Wisconsin.
25. v. REUBEN C. MOODY, b. 10 October 1864, Keating Township, McKean County, Pennsylvania; d. 02 August 1923, Brookside, Oconto County, Wisconsin.
26. vi. FRANK THOMAS MOODY, b. 14 February 1874, Brookside, Oconto County, Wisconsin; d. 03 December 1934, Brookside, Oconto County, Wisconsin.
 vii. ELLA MOODY, b. 1853.

11.  ANGELINE6 MOODY (NEHIMIAH5, DAVID4, JOHN3, DAVID2, CLEMENT1) was born 31 May 1831 in Union, Broome County, New York, and died 31 January 1892 in Coryville, McKean County, Pennsylvania.  She married BARCLAY BRAY 11 December 1846 in Eldred Township, McKean County, Pennsylvania.

Notes
Angeline Moody married Barclay Bray on 11 December 1846.  They were married by Judge Holmes Keating.

 Children of Angeline Moody and Barclay Bray are:
27. i. FRANCIS7 BRAY.
 ii. CELESTINE BRAY, m. BEN TAYLOR.
28. iii. BURDETTE BRAY.
 iv. CAROLINE BRAY.
 v. FRANK BRAY, m. LOTTIE TAYLOR.
 vi. DORA BRAY, b. 1861; d. 1932.
 vii. JAMES BRAY, m. EUNICE YOUNGS.

12.  LAURA6 MOODY (NEHIMIAH5, DAVID4, JOHN3, DAVID2, CLEMENT1) was born 08 March 1833 in Union, Broome County, New York, and died 1929 in Coryville, McKean County, Pennsylvania.  She married WATERBURY MILLER 15 September 1852 in Olean, New York.

 Children of Laura Moody and Waterbury Miller are:
 i. GILBERT7 MILLER.
29. ii. JENNIE MILLER.
30. iii. CHARLIE MILLER.
 iv. GRACE MILLER.
 v. MIRANDA A. MILLER, d. 22 September 1880, Moody Hollow, McKean County, Pennsylvania.
 vi. HARRY MILLER.

13.  AMELIA6 MOODY (NEHIMIAH5, DAVID4, JOHN3, DAVID2, CLEMENT1) was born 01 January 1835 in Union, Broome County, New York, and died February 1911 in Coryville, McKean County, Pennsylvania.  She married (1) WILLIAM MOORE.  She married (2) LASA TAYLOR 01 January 1852 in Hinsdale, New York.

Notes
Amelia Moody married Lasa Taylor on January 1st, 1852 in Hinsdale, New York by the Esq. Stone.  She married as second husband, William Moore.

 Children of Amelia Moody and Lasa Taylor are:
31. i. BLANCHE7 TAYLOR.
 ii. CHARLIE TAYLOR, m. KATE WILSON.
 iii. MARY TAYLOR, m. TOM CUMINGS.
 iv. NELLIE TAYLOR.
 v. TOMMY TAYLOR.
 vi. EARNEST TAYLOR, m. BELLE IRONS.

14.  ELIZABETH6 MOODY (NEHIMIAH5, DAVID4, JOHN3, DAVID2, CLEMENT1) was born 22 March 1837 in Union, Broome County, New York, and died 07 April 1916 in Coryville, McKean County, Pennsylvania.  She married LEWIS JUNIUS WRIGHT 31 July 1856 in Eldred Township, McKean County, Pennsylvania.

Notes
Elizabeth Moody married Junius Wright on July 31st, 1856 in Eldred, Pennsylvania by the Esq. Hinds

 Children of Elizabeth Moody and Lewis Wright are:
 i. NEVA7 WRIGHT, m. ROBERT SHARP.
32. ii. MILTON WRIGHT, b. 1865; d. 1955.
 iii. KATE WRIGHT.

15.  DEBORAH6 MOODY (NEHIMIAH5, DAVID4, JOHN3, DAVID2, CLEMENT1) was born 22 November 1838 in Keating Township, McKean County, Pennsylvania, and died 07 May 1898 in Coryville, McKean County, Pennsylvania.  She married LEWIS WINDSOR 15 October 1857 in Eldred Township, McKean County, Pennsylvania.

Notes
Deborah Moody married Lewis Windsor on October 25th 1857 in Eldred, Pennsylvania by the Esq. Bean.

 Children of Deborah Moody and Lewis Windsor are:
33. i. LEWIS JR.7 WINDSOR.
 ii. DREW WINDSOR, m. ADA BRAY.
34. iii. LETTIE WINDSOR.
35. iv. PHEBE WINDSOR.

16.  GILBERT6 MOODY (NEHIMIAH5, DAVID4, JOHN3, DAVID2, CLEMENT1) was born 29 November 1841 in Keating Township, McKean County, Pennsylvania, and died 12 March 1920 in Coryville, McKean County, Pennsylvania.  He married CYNTHIA C. STULL 30 August 1868 in Eldred Township, McKean County, Pennsylvania.

Notes
Gilbert Moody married Cynthia Stull August 30th, 1868 in Eldred, PA by the Rev. S.D. Morris.

MOODY GILBERT 79 CO. D. 4TH U.S. ART.

 Children of Gilbert Moody and Cynthia Stull are:
 i. CARRIE7 MOODY.
36. ii. GEORGE MOODY.
 iii. ANGIE MOODY, m. ARTHUR WILSON.
37. iv. EDITH MOODY.
 v. EARNEST MOODY, b. 1882.

17.  GRACE6 MOODY (NEHIMIAH5, DAVID4, JOHN3, DAVID2, CLEMENT1) was born 30 August 1845 in Keating Township, McKean County, Pennsylvania, and died 1923 in Coryville, McKean County, Pennsylvania.  She married JOHN J. CAMPBELL 18 July 1865 in Portville, New York.

Notes
Grace Moody married John Campbell on July 18th, 1865 at Portville, New York.  They were married by the Rev. Ogden

 Children of Grace Moody and John Campbell are:
38. i. GILBERT7 CAMPBELL.
 ii. EDITH CAMPBELL.
 iii. EVERETT CAMPBELL.
39. iv. EMMA CAMPBELL.
 v. FRED CAMPBELL, m. KATE STOUP.
 vi. NEVA CAMPBELL.
 vii. BRUCE CAMPBELL.
 viii. VINNIE CAMPBELL.

18.  MATILDA6 MOODY (NEHIMIAH5, DAVID4, JOHN3, DAVID2, CLEMENT1) was born 18 February 1850 in Keating Township, McKean County, Pennsylvania.  She married CHARLES SLACK 05 October 1867 in Eldred Township, McKean County, Pennsylvania.

Notes
Matilda Moody married Charles Slack on October 5th, 1867 in Eldred, Pennsylvania by the Rev. S.D. Morris

 Children of Matilda Moody and Charles Slack are:
 i. MILDRED7 SLACK, m. GEORGE DUNBAR.
 ii. OSCAR SLACK, m. LILLIAN GLOR.
40. iii. CHARLES SLACK.
41. iv. HIRAM SLACK.
42. v. ESTELLA SLACK.
43. vi. ETHEL SLACK.
44. vii. ROBERT SLACK.
 viii. ARLINGTON SLACK.
 ix. RAYMOND SLACK, m. JULIA GUIGNET.
 x. FLOYD C. SLACK, b. 1889, Moody Hollow, McKean County, Pennsylvania; d. 1890, Moody Hollow, McKean County, Pennsylvania.
 xi. HERBERT SLACK.
 

Generation No. 7

19.  CHESTER7 MOODY (ELISHA6, NEHIMIAH5, DAVID4, JOHN3, DAVID2, CLEMENT1).  He married AUGUSTA REEDER.

 Children of Chester Moody and Augusta Reeder are:
 i. LEON8 MOODY, m. EVA STEINHEUR.
 ii. CARL MOODY.
 iii. ELSIE MOODY.

20.  DEBORAH7 MOODY (ELISHA6, NEHIMIAH5, DAVID4, JOHN3, DAVID2, CLEMENT1).  She married WILL LILLY.

Notes
McKean Co, Pa, Marriages 1 Oct 1885 - 31 Dec 1889 taken from the microfilm
of the Pa State Archives.  I extracted all the Northumberland  Co, PA
marriages.  The original records were hand penned in.  The recorder had small
writing and the lettering was close together.  The McKean County marriages
are those that appeared on pages with Northumberland marriages. -SJ

Full Name of Male: LILLY, William J., w, age 24
Occupation: Laborer
Residence: Port Allegheny
b.-
m.Nov. 20, 1885
Full Name of Female: Deborah D. MOODY, w, age 18
b. -
Residence: Corryville
Where resided after?: McKean Co., PA
***

 Children of Deborah Moody and Will Lilly are:
45. i. INEZ8 LILLY.
 ii. CAPITOLA LILLY, m. O. LEROY KELLEY.
 iii. PERCY LILLY.

21.  OSCAR7 MOODY (ELISHA6, NEHIMIAH5, DAVID4, JOHN3, DAVID2, CLEMENT1).  He married ADA ROBINSON.

 Children of Oscar Moody and Ada Robinson are:
 i. HERBERT8 MOODY.
 ii. WARREN MOODY.

22.  FREDERICK R.7 MOODY (ELISHA6, NEHIMIAH5, DAVID4, JOHN3, DAVID2, CLEMENT1) died 09 August 1915 in Rixford, Pennsylvania.  He married OREL POET.

 Children of Frederick Moody and Orel Poet are:
 i. EDNA8 MOODY.
 ii. FLORENCE MOODY.
 iii. PAUL MOODY, b. January 1899; d. 20 April 1900.

23.  JOHN D.7 MOODY (FRANKLIN GEORGE6, NEHIMIAH5, DAVID4, JOHN3, DAVID2, CLEMENT1) was born 12 April 1855 in Keating Township, McKean County, Pennsylvania, and died 17 October 1927 in Oconto, Oconto County, Wisconsin.  He married ABIGAIL VICTORIA CLASSON 08 October 1877 in Oconto, Oconto County, Wisconsin, daughter of William Classon and Adeline Leger.

Notes
John D. Moody
contributor:Ron Renquin
Oconto County Reporter
18 October 1927 edition
Death Claims Two Pioneers of Pensaukee
John D. Moody, 72, Dies Monday
Augusta Jahnke 79, Dies Friday

"John D. Moody, 72, a pioneer farmer and highly respected resident of the town of Pensaukee, died Monday evening, October 17, at the home of his son, Joseph, at Brookside. He had been in failing health for about two years. Carcinoma of the stomach was given as the cause of his death.

Mr. Moody was born in Corryville, Pennsylvania, April 12, 1855. When but a young boy he made his way West, coming to Oconto county. He settled on a farm in the Town of Pensaukee, where he has resided for sixty years. Mr. Moody was very in the civic affairs of his community, and was treasurer of the Town of Pensaukee for eighteen years. He also served in the capacity of school treasurer in his district and for many years was an officer in the M. W. A. lodge. In late years he has been living in quiet retirement.

On October 8, 1877 he was married to Miss Abigail Classon of Oconto. Mrs. Moody died eighteen years ago. He is survived by four sons, W. F. (William F.) Moody, Chardon, Ohio; Gilbert D. Moody, Tshikapa, Belgian Congo, West Africa; J. W. (should be G. W., George W.) Moody, Weyauwega, Wis; Joseph Moody, Brookside; one daughter, Mrs. Earl (Beatrice L.) Knowles, Weyauwega, Wis., twenty grandchildren and one great grandchild.

The funeral sevices were held Thursday afternoon at two o'clock from the home of his son Joseph. Rev. O. W. Smith of Ocontomowoc, an old friend of Mr. Moody, officiated. Interment was made in the Brookside cemetery. The pallbearers were six members of the M.W.A. lodge, Goodrich DeLano, Wesley Dunton, Elmer Lear, James Bundy, Alvin Winans and Gilbert Scholtz.

NOTE: He was preceded in death by two daughters, Laura Moody Whitcomb and Ruby O. Moody.

***

Oconto County Reporter
June 24, 1898

 John D. Moody was but 12 years of age when he accompanied his
parents from McKean county, Pennsylvania, to the town of Oconto.  That was 31
years ago.  An Aunt - Mrs. Schuyler Tuttle - resided where John Caldwell now
lives, the first house east of Cook Bros., famr.  Another aunt, Mary Jane Kent,
accompanied them, who afterward married Thomas Simpson of that town.
 John’s parents made their home in that vicinity about four years, his father
being employed in Comstock’s sawmill.  Removing to Brookside they settled
upon 80 acres of land purchased of Mrs. Annie Avery, paying therefor $700.
The farm is 1 3/4 miles south of the village.  There John lived until he married
Miss Abbie Classon in the town of Oconto, soon afterward buying 40 acres of
land of Edward Bell in the town of Pensaukee where they remained six years.
He then sold out and went back to the old homestead to care for his parents in
their declining years, and were they have since resided.  His mother died two
years ago.
 He has been side supervisor two or three years, and director and
treasurer of School Dist. No. 6 eight or nine years.  He is a staunch republican,
“as was his father before him,” and been a subscriber to The Reporter for twenty
years.
 
 

 Children of John Moody and Abigail Classon are:
46. i. WILLIAM FRANK8 MOODY, b. 17 November 1878, Oconto, Oconto County, Wisconsin.
47. ii. LAURA MOODY, b. 16 June 1881, Brookside, Oconto County, Wisconsin; d. 11 August 1916, Antigo, Langlade County, Wisconsin.
 iii. GILBERT MOODY, b. March 1883, Brookside, Oconto County, Wisconsin.
 iv. GEORGE MOODY, b. February 1885, Brookside, Oconto County, Wisconsin.
 v. RUBY OPAL MOODY, b. 21 June 1888, Brookside, Oconto County, Wisconsin; d. 14 August 1900, Brookside, Oconto County, Wisconsin.
 vi. BEATRICE LILA MOODY, b. 20 April 1891, Brookside, Oconto County, Wisconsin; m. EARL KNOWLES.
48. vii. JOSEPH STULL MOODY, b. 26 October 1898, Brookside, Oconto County, Wisconsin; d. 22 June 1971, Oconto Falls, Oconto County, Wisconsin.

24.  IDA7 MOODY (FRANKLIN GEORGE6, NEHIMIAH5, DAVID4, JOHN3, DAVID2, CLEMENT1) was born 11 September 1859 in Keating Township, McKean County, Pennsylvania, and died 22 September 1897 in Green Bay, Brown County, Wisconsin.  She married WARD SMITH 12 December 1874 in Town of Oconto, Oconto County, Wisconsin.

 Children of Ida Moody and Ward Smith are:
 i. EDNA8 SMITH.
 ii. RAY SMITH.
 iii. ARTHUR SMITH.

25.  REUBEN C.7 MOODY (FRANKLIN GEORGE6, NEHIMIAH5, DAVID4, JOHN3, DAVID2, CLEMENT1) was born 10 October 1864 in Keating Township, McKean County, Pennsylvania, and died 02 August 1923 in Brookside, Oconto County, Wisconsin.  He married NETTIE M. CHASE 27 November 1888 in Brookside, Oconto County, Wisconsin.

Notes
Oconto County Reporter, October 8, 1888, Page 1, Col. 5 & 6.  Abrams
"At the residence of the bride's parents, Mr. R. C. Moody and Miss Nellie Chase, both of Brookside, were united in Holy Matrimony on Thanksgiving day;  Rev. F. Robinson officiating, assisted by Rev. J. Wills of De Pere.  The pleasure of the occasion was heightened by a beautiful Thanksgiving repast to which all were heartly invited.  After dinner, a short time was spent in social and freiendly conversation made pleasant by sone and music; the bride presiding at the organ.  The Reverend gentlemen retired early in the afternoon, after invoking God's blessing upon the young couple and extending to them, as do all their acquaintences, hearty congratulations."

Brookside "Nov. 29, at the residence of the bride's parents, Miss Nettie Chase and Ruben Moody; Rev. Robertson officiating."

 Children of Reuben Moody and Nettie Chase are:
 i. MALINA8 MOODY, b. 1890.
 ii. RAY MOODY, b. 1894.
 iii. HAZEL MOODY, b. 1896.
 iv. CLIFFORD MOODY, b. 18 March 1905, Pensaukee, Oconto County, Wisconsin; d. 18 March 1905, Pensaukee, Oconto County, Wisconsin.

26.  FRANK THOMAS7 MOODY (FRANKLIN GEORGE6, NEHIMIAH5, DAVID4, JOHN3, DAVID2, CLEMENT1) was born 14 February 1874 in Brookside, Oconto County, Wisconsin, and died 03 December 1934 in Brookside, Oconto County, Wisconsin.  He married SARAH LEFEVRE 26 December 1893 in Pensaukee, Oconto County, Wisconsin.

Notes
Oconto County Reporter
Oct. 9, 1891

Frank Moody had gone to Oconto to learn the barber trade and city style. Hope he is successful.
 

Oconto County Reporter
April, 1897

Frank Moody, jr., has the frame up for a barber shop.

Oconto County Reporter
Dec. 30, 1893
Married

At Brookside, on Tuesday, Dec. 26, 1893, by Esquire J. T. H. Churchill,
Miss Sarah Lefaive to Frank Moody, both Brookside.
 
 

Frank T. Moody
Oconto County Reporter
6 August 1934 edition, Page 12
Senior Partner of Moody and Son, General Merchandise at Brookside
Frank Moody Old Resident Pensaukee Dies
This afternoon at 1:45 o'clock from the home and 2 o'clock from the German Lutheran church of Brookside the Rev. Paul Eggert will conduct funeral services for Frank T. Moody, 61 years, nine months and nine days, who died very suddenly at 2:30 'clock Monday morning at his home at Brookside. A heart attack caused his demise. Burial will take place in the Brookside Cemetery.

Frank Moody was born in the town of Pensaukee in the vicinity of Brookside on Feb. 14, 1873. He was the senior partner of the firm Moody and Son General Merchandise store at Brookside.

The many friends of Oconto county were greatly grieved to hear of his passing. He was a man liked by all who knew him because of his friendly and jovial personality.

Surviving are his widow Dorothy, one son Delbert, and two daughters, Ruby and Myrtle, at home.
 
 

 Children of Frank Moody and Sarah LeFevre are:
 i. DELBERT8 MOODY.
 ii. RUBY MOODY.
 iii. MYRTLE MOODY.

27.  FRANCIS7 BRAY (ANGELINE6 MOODY, NEHIMIAH5, DAVID4, JOHN3, DAVID2, CLEMENT1).  He married VALENTINE WASHBURN.

 Children of Francis Bray and Valentine Washburn are:
 i. ANDREW8 BRAY.
 ii. EARNEST BRAY.
 iii. CORA BRAY.
 iv. TINA BRAY.
 v. CARRIE BRAY.

28.  BURDETTE7 BRAY (ANGELINE6 MOODY, NEHIMIAH5, DAVID4, JOHN3, DAVID2, CLEMENT1).  He married EMMA HILBURN.

 Children of Burdette Bray and Emma Hilburn are:
 i. WILLIE8 BRAY.
 ii. EUEGNIA BRAY.

29.  JENNIE7 MILLER (LAURA6 MOODY, NEHIMIAH5, DAVID4, JOHN3, DAVID2, CLEMENT1).  She married PRINT BEEBE.

 Children of Jennie Miller and Print Beebe are:
 i. CLARA8 BEEBE, m. GEORGE EDWARDS.
 ii. JOE BEEBE.
 iii. CHARLIE BEEBE.
 iv. FRED BEEBE, m. GRACE PARKER.
 v. GRACE BEEBE.

30.  CHARLIE7 MILLER (LAURA6 MOODY, NEHIMIAH5, DAVID4, JOHN3, DAVID2, CLEMENT1).  He married CLARA BERKHOLS.

 Children of Charlie Miller and Clara Berkhols are:
 i. LAURA8 MILLER.
 ii. BURDETTE MILLER.

31.  BLANCHE7 TAYLOR (AMELIA6 MOODY, NEHIMIAH5, DAVID4, JOHN3, DAVID2, CLEMENT1).  She married BENNIE MARSH.

 Children of Blanche Taylor and Bennie Marsh are:
 i. RUTH8 MARSH.
 ii. ALFRED MARSH.
 iii. LASA MARSH.
 iv. JOHN MARSH.
 v. ORPHA MARSH.

32.  MILTON7 WRIGHT (ELIZABETH6 MOODY, NEHIMIAH5, DAVID4, JOHN3, DAVID2, CLEMENT1) was born 1865, and died 1955.  He married MYRTIE BECKWITH.

Notes
McKean Co, Pa, Marriages 1 Oct 1885 - 31 Dec 1889 taken from the microfilm
of the Pa State Archives.  I extracted all the Northumberland  Co, PA
marriages.  The original records were hand penned in.  The recorder had small
writing and the lettering was close together.  The McKean County marriages
are those that appeared on pages with Northumberland marriages

Full Name of Male:  WRIGHT, Frank Milton, w, age 21
Occupation: Farmer
Residence:  Eldred
b.  PA
m.  20 Oct 1886
Full Name of Female: Myrtie BECKIERTH, w, age 19
Residence:  Farmers Valley
b. PA
Where resided after License was procured:  McKean Co., PA

***
 
 

 Children of Milton Wright and Myrtie Beckwith are:
 i. MAUDE8 WRIGHT.
 ii. RAYMOND WRIGHT.

33.  LEWIS JR.7 WINDSOR (DEBORAH6 MOODY, NEHIMIAH5, DAVID4, JOHN3, DAVID2, CLEMENT1).  He married LAURA HILBURN.

 Children of Lewis Windsor and Laura Hilburn are:
 i. ALLINE8 WINDSOR.
 ii. LETTIE WINDSOR.

34.  LETTIE7 WINDSOR (DEBORAH6 MOODY, NEHIMIAH5, DAVID4, JOHN3, DAVID2, CLEMENT1).  She married PERCY CHILCOTT.

 Children of Lettie Windsor and Percy Chilcott are:
 i. HARRY8 CHILCOTT.
 ii. ELONER CHILCOTT.
 iii. RAYMOND CHILCOTT.

35.  PHEBE7 WINDSOR (DEBORAH6 MOODY, NEHIMIAH5, DAVID4, JOHN3, DAVID2, CLEMENT1).  She married GEORGE SMITH.

 Child of Phebe Windsor and George Smith is:
 i. LEONIA8 SMITH.

36.  GEORGE7 MOODY (GILBERT6, NEHIMIAH5, DAVID4, JOHN3, DAVID2, CLEMENT1).  He married ORRIE HOLMES.

 Children of George Moody and Orrie Holmes are:
 i. FAY8 MOODY, b. 14 January 1897, Moody Hollow, McKean County, Pennsylvania.
 ii. ELLA C. MOODY, b. 29 January 1900, Moody Brook, McKean County, Pennsylvania.
 iii. MARY MOODY, b. 22 January 1903, Marvindale, McKean County, Pennsylvania.
 iv. THEO MOODY.

37.  EDITH7 MOODY (GILBERT6, NEHIMIAH5, DAVID4, JOHN3, DAVID2, CLEMENT1).  She married RAY MOSIER.

 Children of Edith Moody and Ray Mosier are:
 i. PAUL8 MOSIER.
 ii. VIRGINIA MOSIER.
 iii. BERNICE MOSIER.

38.  GILBERT7 CAMPBELL (GRACE6 MOODY, NEHIMIAH5, DAVID4, JOHN3, DAVID2, CLEMENT1).  He married MINNIE CRONK.

 Children of Gilbert Campbell and Minnie Cronk are:
 i. PERRY8 CAMPBELL.
 ii. REED CAMPBELL.
 iii. ROBERT CAMPBELL.

39.  EMMA7 CAMPBELL (GRACE6 MOODY, NEHIMIAH5, DAVID4, JOHN3, DAVID2, CLEMENT1).  She married DON SMITH.

 Children of Emma Campbell and Don Smith are:
 i. LETHA8 SMITH.
 ii. ROY SMITH.
 iii. ALICE SMITH.
 iv. GLENN SMITH.
 v. LOYD SMITH.
 vi. LEE SMITH.

40.  CHARLES7 SLACK (MATILDA6 MOODY, NEHIMIAH5, DAVID4, JOHN3, DAVID2, CLEMENT1).  He married DELLA WALBRIDGE.

 Child of Charles Slack and Della Walbridge is:
 i. ROGER8 SLACK.

41.  HIRAM7 SLACK (MATILDA6 MOODY, NEHIMIAH5, DAVID4, JOHN3, DAVID2, CLEMENT1).  He married EFFIE HOYT.

 Child of Hiram Slack and Effie Hoyt is:
 i. GLENN8 SLACK.

42.  ESTELLA7 SLACK (MATILDA6 MOODY, NEHIMIAH5, DAVID4, JOHN3, DAVID2, CLEMENT1).  She married BEN MCFALL.

 Children of Estella Slack and Ben McFall are:
 i. MILDRED8 MCFALL.
 ii. HILDA MCFALL.
 iii. BOYD MCFALL.

43.  ETHEL7 SLACK (MATILDA6 MOODY, NEHIMIAH5, DAVID4, JOHN3, DAVID2, CLEMENT1).  She married FRANK BAKER.

 Child of Ethel Slack and Frank Baker is:
 i. BOYD8 BAKER.

44.  ROBERT7 SLACK (MATILDA6 MOODY, NEHIMIAH5, DAVID4, JOHN3, DAVID2, CLEMENT1).  He married KATE BARRETT.

 Children of Robert Slack and Kate Barrett are:
 i. ROBERT JR.8 SLACK.
 ii. FRANCIS SLACK.
 iii. WILLIE SLACK.
 

Generation No. 8

45.  INEZ8 LILLY (DEBORAH7 MOODY, ELISHA6, NEHIMIAH5, DAVID4, JOHN3, DAVID2, CLEMENT1).  She married JOHN CLARK.

 Children of Inez Lilly and John Clark are:
 i. EDWARD9 CLARK.
 ii. LOYD CLARK.

46.  WILLIAM FRANK8 MOODY (JOHN D.7, FRANKLIN GEORGE6, NEHIMIAH5, DAVID4, JOHN3, DAVID2, CLEMENT1) was born 17 November 1878 in Oconto, Oconto County, Wisconsin.  He married MAUD BROWN.

 Children of William Moody and Maud Brown are:
 i. MAY9 MOODY.
 ii. OGDEN MOODY.

47.  LAURA8 MOODY (JOHN D.7, FRANKLIN GEORGE6, NEHIMIAH5, DAVID4, JOHN3, DAVID2, CLEMENT1) was born 16 June 1881 in Brookside, Oconto County, Wisconsin, and died 11 August 1916 in Antigo, Langlade County, Wisconsin.  She married LESTER SYLVESTER WHITCOMB 21 September 1899 in Pensaukee, Oconto County, Wisconsin, son of Harry Whitcomb and Susan Porter.

Notes
In August of 1898 Laura Moody accompanied her grandfather, Frank back to Coryville, in McKean County, Pennsylvania on a visit to his family.  The Moody family lived in the mountains above Coryville in what is known as Moody Hollow.  In early October Laura and Grandpa Frank returned to Brookside.

Lolly Moody Whitcomb
contributor: Ron Renquin
Oconto County Reporter
17 August 1916
FORMER RESIDENT DEAD
Mrs. L. S. Whitcomb, Formerly of Abrams, Died at Antigo Friday
Mrs. L. S. Whitcomb, formerly Miss Lolly Moody, daughter of J. D. Moody of Brookside, passed away at the Antigo Hospital Friday, after a two weeks illness with blood poisoning, to remedy which she had been operated upon a couple of weeks previous to her death.
Lolly Moody was born in Brookside in 1883 and in 1890 was married to L. S. Whitcomb. She had always made her home in or about Abrams until this spring when she move to Vilas county.
Deceased is survived by her husband, L. S. Whitcomb, five sons, Russell, Crosby, Robert, Harry, and John and one daughter, Beatrice, all of Abrams; one sister, Mrs. Earl Knowles, of Butte, Montana, and four brothers, William Moody of Kimberly, Gilbert of South Africa, George of Weyawega and Dode of Brookside.
The funeral was held Monday morning at Abrams, the priest of Stiles officiating with interment in Brookside cemetery.
Those from out of town who attended the funeral were, Mrs. W. J. Classon, Jr. of Chicago, Mr. and Mrs. Bent and Children of Cisco, A. V. Classon, Mrs. W. J. Classon, Sr., Mrs. F. W. Gardner and Art Whitcomb of
Oconto and E. W. Classon of Kewaunee.

NOTE: Laura Moody was actually born 16 June 1881 not 1883 and married Lester S. Whitcomb on 21 September 1899 not 1890. Son listed as Robert is actually Lester Jr. Submitted by Ron Renquin, great grandson.

 Children of Laura Moody and Lester Whitcomb are:
 i. AUDREY BLANCHE9 WHITCOMB, b. 21 May 1900, Abrams, Oconto County, Wisconsin; d. 14 September 1900, Abrams, Oconto County, Wisconsin.
49. ii. RUSSEL BERNARD WHITCOMB, b. 15 August 1901, Abrams, Oconto County, Wisconsin; d. 26 June 1981, Winneconnie, Winabago County, Wisconsin.
50. iii. CROSBY GREGORY WHITCOMB, b. 20 February 1904, Abrams, Oconto County, Wisconsin; d. 15 June 1987, Green Bay, Brown County, Wisconsin.
51. iv. LESTER WHITCOMB,JR., b. 09 September 1905, Abrams, Oconto County, Wisconsin.
 v. HARRY LOUIS WHITCOMB, b. 28 July 1908, Pensaukee, Oconto County, Wisconsin; d. 31 August 1928, Abrams, Oconto County, Wisconsin.
52. vi. BEATRICE BLANCHE WHITCOMB, b. 08 May 1911, Abrams, Oconto County, Wisconsin; d. 24 February 1999, Milwaukee, Milwaukee County, Wisconsin.
53. vii.  Living , b. 19 October 1914, Pensaukee, Oconto County, Wisconsin.

48.  JOSEPH STULL8 MOODY (JOHN D.7, FRANKLIN GEORGE6, NEHIMIAH5, DAVID4, JOHN3, DAVID2, CLEMENT1) was born 26 October 1898 in Brookside, Oconto County, Wisconsin, and died 22 June 1971 in Oconto Falls, Oconto County, Wisconsin.  He married DORIS IRENE DELANO 14 October 1919 in Menominee, Menominee County, Michigan, daughter of Sydney Delano and Mary Bundy.

Notes
Joseph D. Moody
Oconto County Reporter
Thursday, 24 June 1971, Page 3
Joseph (Dode) Moody, 72, Abrams, died Tuesday evening in the Oconto Falls hospital after an extended illness.
He was born October 26, 1898, and lived his entire life in Pensaukee. He married the former Doris Delano in Menominee, Mich. on October 14, 1919. He was a farmer, retiring in 1958, and was a member of the Odd Fellows Lodge.
Surviving are his wife; one son William of Abrams; one daughter, Mrs. Frank (Germaine) Strigenz of Brookfield and 11 grandchildren.
Friends may call at the Gallagher funeral home in Oconto Thursday, where Odd Fellows services will be held at 8 o'clock that evening. Funeral services will be held at the funeral home at 2 p.m. Friday, the Rev. Arland Averill officiating. Burial will be in the Brookside Cemetery.
 
 

 Children of Joseph Moody and Doris Delano are:
 i. Living .
 ii.  Living , m.  Living .
 iii.  Living .
 iv. Living .
 

Generation No. 9

49.  RUSSEL BERNARD9 WHITCOMB (LAURA8 MOODY, JOHN D.7, FRANKLIN GEORGE6, NEHIMIAH5, DAVID4, JOHN3, DAVID2, CLEMENT1) was born 15 August 1901 in Abrams, Oconto County, Wisconsin, and died 26 June 1981 in Winneconnie, Winabago County, Wisconsin.  He married  Living  27 September 1926.

Notes
Russell "Red" moved to Milwaukee in 1926.  In 1930 to 1940 he lived in Minocqua.  In 1940 he and his familiy moved back to Milwaukee until he moved to Winneconne in 1980.

Russell was a freight solicitator for Motor Transport Company.

Funeral was held from St. Bernard Catholic Church in Milwaukee, Msgr. Berry officiating.  He is buried in Holy Cross Cemetery in Milwaukee.

Registration of Birth is found in the Oconto County Register of Deeds Office, Volume 25, Page 710.

Obituary ws found in the 27 June 1981 edition of the Appleton Post Crescent.

 Children of Russel Whitcomb and Lorraine Fox are:
54. i. ROBERT LEE10 WHITCOMB, b. 30 August 1927, Wauwatosa, Wauwatosa County, Wisconsin; d. 19 March 1997, Neenah, Outagamie County, Wisconsin.
 ii. EDWARD DALE WHITCOMB, b. 1930. d.1942

50.  CROSBY GREGORY9 WHITCOMB (LAURA8 MOODY, JOHN D.7, FRANKLIN GEORGE6, NEHIMIAH5, DAVID4, JOHN3, DAVID2, CLEMENT1) was born 20 February 1904 in Abrams, Oconto County, Wisconsin, and died 15 June 1987 in Green Bay, Brown County, Wisconsin.  He married MARGARET ANN MCALLISTER 11 October 1930 in Stiles, Oconto County, Wisconsin, daughter of Roy McAllister and Gertrude McIver.

Notes
Crosby was christened at St. John Cantius Church, Sobieski as Gregory Crosby Whitcomb, born 20 February 1904 and baptized on 31 July 1904.

Crosby Whitcomb and Margaret McAllister were married by the priest in a Catholic Ceremony in the Rectory at St. Louis Catholic Church, Abrams.  Beatrice Whitcomb, sister of the groom was maid of honor, and Leigh McAllister, brother of the bride was the best man.  At the time of their marriage, Crosby was employed by the Oconto County Highway Department.

Oconto County Reporter,
16 October 1930

_____________________________
YOUNG COUPLE WED AT STILES SERVICE
      Abrams -- Miss Margaret MacAllister, eldest daughter of Roy
MacAllister of Stiles Junction became the bride of Crosby Whitcomb, son of
Lester Whitcomb of Abrams, at a quiet wedding ceremony Saturday evening at 8
o'clock at the St. Patrick's parsonage at Stiles with the Rev. Fr. Raymaker
performing the ceremony.

Crosby Whitcomb's Social Security Number was 399-03-3376
Margaret McAllister Whitcomb's Social Security Number was 396-30-4932

Crosby Whitcomb is Working in Kenosha.   Oconto County Reporter, 29 March 1923

Crosby (Cobb) Whitcomb
Oconto County Reporter
Thursday, June 18, 1987

Crosby (Cobb) Whitcomb, 83, 2900 St. Anthony Dr., Green Bay, died Monday evening. He was born Feb. 20, 1904 in the Town of Abrams. He was a graduate of Oconto High School in 1922 where he was very active in sports. He served three years with the National Guard. On Oct. 11, 1930 he married Margaret MacAllister. She preceded him in death May 5, 1975.
Mr. Whitcomb worked for Oconto County for 44 years: 20 years for the highway department, 12 years as a County traffic officer and 12 years as Clerk of Courts. He retired in 1971. He was a member of St. Joseph Catholic Church, a charter member of the Knights of Columbus, and a charter member of the Modern Woodmen of America.
Survivors include two daughters and sons-in-law, Patricia and Earl Renquin, Sr., Green Bay, and Laura and Charles Violette, Milwaukee; and one son and daughter-in-law, Patrick and Carolyn Whitcomb, Green Bay; one brother, John Whitcomb, Green Bay; one sister, Mrs. Beatrice Pecor, Springfield, Ore.; 17 grandchildren; 16 great-grandchildren. Mr. Whitcomb was preceded in death by his parents, one daughter, Sally Danecki; two brothers, Russel and Lester Jr.
Friends may call at the Gallagher-Pinkart Funeral Home, Oconto, from 4 - 9 p.m. Wednesday. Prayer service 7:30 p.m. Knights of Columbus Rosary 8 p.m. Funeral 10:30 a.m. Thursday at St. Joseph Catholic Church with the Rev. Vianney Sipulski officiating. Burial in Brookside Cemetery.
 

Oconto County Reporter,
16 October 1930

YOUNG COUPLE WED AT STILES SERVICE
      Abrams -- Miss Margaret MacAllister, eldest daughter of Roy
MacAllister of Stiles Junction became the bride of Crosby Whitcomb, son of
Lester Whitcomb of Abrams, at a quiet wedding ceremony Saturday evening at 8
o'clock at the St. Patrick's parsonage at Stiles with the Rev. Fr. Raymaker
performing the ceremony.
      The bride wore a brown traveling suit with hat to match.  Miss
Beatrice Whitcomb of Abrams, sister of the groom, attended the bride, while
Lee MacAllister, brother of the bride, attended the groom.
      The young couple will spend their honeymoon in Milwaukee and Chicago.
They have not made definite arrangements for the future.

 Children of Crosby Whitcomb and Margaret McAllister are:
 i. HAROLD LAWRENCE10 WHITCOMB, b. 27 October 1931, Abrams, Oconto County, Wisconsin; d. 27 October 1931, Abrams, Oconto County, Wisconsin.
55. ii. PATRICIA ANN WHITCOMB, b. 09 September 1933, Little Suamico, Oconto County, Wisconsin; d. 01 June 2000, Green Bay, Brown County, Wisconsin.
56. iii.  Living , b. 06 June 1935, Abrams, Oconto County, Wisconsin.
57. iv. Living , b. 08 July 1936, Abrams, Oconto County, Wisconsin; d. 22 July 1986, Milwaukee, Milwaukee County, Wisconsin.
58. v. Living , b. 09 April 1945, Oconto, Oconto County, Wisconsin.

51.   Living  was born 09 September 1905 in Abrams, Oconto County, Wisconsin.  He married (1)  Living .  He married (2)  Living .

Notes
Registration of Birth is found in the Oconto County Register of Deeds Office, Volume 5, Page 163, Record 00446.

Certification of Baptism, November 1905 is found in St. John Cantius Catholic Church, Sobieski, Oconto County, Wisconsin

 Children of  Living  and  Living  are:
59. i.  Living .
60. ii.  Living , b. 12 March 1930, Milwaukee, Milwaukee County, Wisconsin.

 Children of Lester Whitcomb and Eunice are:
 iii.  Living , b. 1958.
 iv.  Living , b. 1959.

52.  BEATRICE BLANCHE9 WHITCOMB (LAURA8 MOODY, JOHN D.7, FRANKLIN GEORGE6, NEHIMIAH5, DAVID4, JOHN3, DAVID2, CLEMENT1) was born 08 May 1911 in Abrams, Oconto County, Wisconsin, and died 24 February 1999 in Milwaukee, Milwaukee County, Wisconsin.  She married (1)  Living  March 1930.  She married (2)  Living  15 October 1936 in Abrams, Oconto County, Wisconsin, son of  Living  and  Living .

Notes
Elmer (Pat) Pecor and Beatrice Blanch (Girlie) Whitcomb were married in Oconto on 15 October 1936.  Their witnesses were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Vullings.  Elmer was a laborer.

Registration of Birth for Elmer John Pecor can be found in the Oconto County Register of Deeds Office, Volume 3, Record 02454

Registration of Birth for Beatrice Blanche Whitcomb can be found in the Oconto County Register of Deeds Office in Volume 25, Page 711.

Registration of Marriage is found in the Oconto County Register of Deeds office in Volume 9, Page 651
 
 
 

 Children of  Living  and  Living  are:
61. i.  Living , b. 03 May 1937, Oconto, Oconto County, Wisconsin.
 ii. Living .

53.   Living  was born 19 October 1914 in Pensaukee, Oconto County, Wisconsin.  He married  Living .

Notes
Registration of Birth is found in Oconto County Register of Deeds Office, Volume 10, Page 626

 Children of  Living  and  Living  are:
62. i.  Living , b. 1941.
63. ii.  Living , b. 1944.
 

Generation No. 10

54.   Living  was born 30 August 1927 in Wauwatosa, Wauwatosa County, Wisconsin, and died 19 March 1997 in Neenah, Outagamie County, Wisconsin.  He married (1)  Living .  He married (2)  Living  07 July 1980 in Menominee, Menominee County, Michigan, daughter of Erwin Zeinert and Nora Breaker.

 Children of Robert Whitcomb and Elizabeth LaGrange are:
64. i.  Living , b. 23 June 1948.
 ii.  Living b. 1950.

55.  PATRICIA ANN10 WHITCOMB (CROSBY GREGORY9, LAURA8 MOODY, JOHN D.7, FRANKLIN GEORGE6, NEHIMIAH5, DAVID4, JOHN3, DAVID2, CLEMENT1) was born 09 September 1933 in Little Suamico, Oconto County, Wisconsin, and died 01 June 2000 in Green Bay, Brown County, Wisconsin.  She married  Living. 24 May 1952 in Abrams, Oconto County, Wisconsin, son of  Living  and  Living.

Notes
Registration of Birth for Patricia is found in the Oconto County Register of Deed Office, Volume 21, Page 2.

Diploma for completion of Elementary Schools, dated 21 May 1947 from the Oconto County, Wisconsin

Registration of Marriage of Patricia to Earl J. Renquin, Sr. is found in the Oconto County Register of Deeds Office in Volume License 6326

They were married in St. Louis Catholic Church in Abrams on May 25, 1952.  Article on the marriage is found in the Green Bay Press Gazette, Monday, May 26, 1952 edition

Registration of Death can be found for Patricia Ann Whitcomb Renquin in the Brown County Register of Deeds office, Local file number 778

 Obituary for Patricia is found in the June 3rd, 2000 edition of the Green Bay Press Gazette.  She was  buried in Brookside Cemetery on 5 June 2000.  Funeral mass was said by Msgr Roy Klister and Deacon Patrick Whitcomb at St. John the Evangelist Church, Green Bay, WI.

Patricia " Patsy" A. Whitcomb Renquin
contributor:
Oconto County Reporter
June 7, 2000
Patricia "Patsy" A. Renquin died on June 1, 2000. Born on September 9, 1933 in Little Suamico, she is the daughter of the late Crosby G. and Margaret A. (McAllister) Whitcomb. She married Earl J. Renquin, Sr. on May 24, 1952 at St. Louis Church in Abrams; he preceded her to eternal life on June 22, 1994. For many years Patsy worked as a nursing assistant at St. Vincent Hospital. She volunteered many hours of her time with the Northeast Neighborhood Association and the Girl Scouts of America. Patsy loved craftwork, reading, and spending time with her family and friends. She loved being involved in any activity that involved her grandchildren including concerts, baseball games, pageants, church programs, football games, track meets, homecomings, cheerleading and church functions.

She is survived by her seven children and spouses: Buck and Val Renquin of Sobieski, Ron and Meg Renquin of Green Bay, Kathy Schenk of Green Bay, Ginny and Alan Orr of Oconto, Peg and Dale Clark of Green Bay, Steven Renquin of De Pere, Laurie and John Keating of Green Bay.

Further survived by 23 grandchildren; one sister and brother-in-law, Laura and Charles Violette; one brother and sister-in-law, Patrick and Carolyn Whitcomb; many nieces and nephews; her best friend, Audrey Nail; other special family members: Paul Dorn, Gordy Schenk and Connie Renquin.

Preceded in death by her parents; husband, Earl; one sister, Sally Danecki.

Friends called at Malcore Funeral Home, University Avenue at Baird Street, Green Bay. Parish wake service was held. Mass of Christian Burial was conducted Monday 11 a.m. at St. John the Evangelist Church (corner of St. John and Madison), Green Bay. Monsignor Roy Klister officiated and Deacon Pat Whitcomb assisted. Burial in Brookside Cemetery.

All her life, Mom gave freely to others. In death she gave the last gifts possible, through tissue and marrow donation.

***

Christmas Card and Letter from 1996.

 Children of  Living  and  Living  are:
65. i.  Living , JR., b. 20 March 1953, Green Bay, Brown County, Wisconsin.
66. ii.  Living , b. 03 April 1956, Green Bay, Brown County, Wisconsin.
67. iii.  Living , b. 17 October 1957, Green Bay, Brown County, Wisconsin.
68. iv.  Living , b. 24 September 1959, Green Bay, Brown County, Wisconsin.
69. v.  Living , b. 19 September 1964, Green Bay, Brown County, Wisconsin.
70. vi.  Living , b. 06 October 1967, Green Bay, Brown County, Wisconsin.
71. vii.  Living , b. 02 April 1971, Green Bay, Brown County, Wisconsin.

56.   Living ) was born 06 June 1935 in Abrams, Oconto County, Wisconsin.  She married  Living  26 November 1955 in Abrams, Oconto County, Wisconsin, son of  Living and  Living .

Notes
 Living  married  Living  on 26 November 1955 at St. John Cantius Catholic Church in Sobieski, Oconto County, Wisconsin.  Marriage liscense number was 6929.  Registration of Marriage is found in the Oconto County Register of Deeds Office, Volume 16, Page 204

Article on the marriage of  Living  and  Living  is found in the Society column of the Oconto County Reporter, 1 December 1955 edition, Page 3.

Oconto County Reporter,  1 December 1955, Page 3

Miss  Living , daughter of  Living  of Sobieske
became the bride of  Living , son of  Living , Saco, Maine.  The couple repeated their vows before the Reverend
Thadeus Koszarek in the St. John Cantius church at Sobieski, Saturday morning
at 9 o'clock.

Registration of Birth is found in the Oconto County Register of Deeds Office, Volume 22, Page 5

 Children of Laura Whitcomb and  Living are:
72. i.  Living , b. 15 October 1956, Milwaukee, Milwaukee County, Wisconsin.
 ii.  Living , b. 13 January 1958, Milwaukee, Milwaukee County, Wisconsin.
 iii. LINDA VIOLETTE, b. 1961, Milwaukee, Milwaukee County, Wisconsin; d. 1961, Milwaukee, Milwaukee County, Wisconsin.
73. iv.  Living , b. 20 November 1959, Milwaukee, Milwaukee County, Wisconsin.
 v.  Living , b. 25 August 1963.

57.  SALLY LORRAINE10 WHITCOMB (CROSBY GREGORY9, LAURA8 MOODY, JOHN D.7, FRANKLIN GEORGE6, NEHIMIAH5, DAVID4, JOHN3, DAVID2, CLEMENT1) was born 08 July 1936 in Abrams, Oconto County, Wisconsin, and died 22 July 1986 in Milwaukee, Milwaukee County, Wisconsin.  She married  Living .

Notes
Registration of Birth is found in the Oconto County Register of Deeds Office, Volume 22, Page 475

Obituary is found in the 23 July 1986 edition of the Green Bay Press Gazette.

Sally Whitcomb Danecki
contributor: Ron Renquin
Green Bay Press Gazette
23 July 1986
 

Sally Danecki, 50, of Milwaukee, passed away Tuesday at their home. She was born July 8, 1936, at Little Suamico.

Survived by her father, Crosby Whitcomb of Green Bay; three daughters, Mrs. Ronald (Danette) Dufford, of Denver City, Missouri; Mrs. John (Kamela) Harris and Miss Dana Danecki, both of Milwaukee; brother and sister-in-law Patrick and Carolyn Whitcomb of Green Bay; two sisters, Mrs. Earl (Patricia) Renquin of Green Bay; and Mrs. Charles (Laura) Violette, Milwaukee; one grandson, Matthew John Harris; other family and friends.

She was preceeded in death by her mother Margaret.

Friends my call at the Gallagher-Pinkart Funeral Home, Oconto, from 9 - 10 a.m. Friday. Funeral services 10 a.m. at the the funeral home. Burial at Brookside Cemetery.
 
 

 Children of  Sally  and Living  are:
 i.  Living .
74. ii.  Living  b. 08 January 1964, Milwaukee, Milwaukee County, Wisconsin.
75. iii.  Living  b. 31 October 1965, Milwaukee, Milwaukee County, Wisconsin.

58.   Living  was born 09 April 1945 in Oconto, Oconto County, Wisconsin.  He married  Living  01 July 1967 in Green Bay, Brown County, Wisconsin, daughter of  Living  and  Living .

Notes
Registration of Birth is found in the Oconto County Register of Deeds Office, Volume 32, Page 504.

Registration of Marriage  is found in Brown County Register of Deeds Office, Volume 77, Page 206, License number is 430.

Extracted from Marriage Record

Husband     Wife
 Living     Living
Living at 1251 Day St., Green Bay  922 Lyndon St., Green Bay
Born:  9 April  1945, 22 years   7 August 1944, 22 years
Born:  Wisconsin    Born:  Wisconsin
Occupation:  Warehousman, Diana Mfg  None
Father:   Living     Living
Mother:   Living     Living
Marriage Date:  1 July 1967
Marriage Ceremony:  Catholic, Annunciation Catholic Church, Green Bay
Witnessess:   Living ,  Living
Married by:  Rev. Dennis Van Den Heuvel
Volume 77, Page 206, Liscense 430

 Children of  Living  and Living  are:
76. i.  Living  b. 15 July 1965, Algoma, Kewaunee County, Wisconsin.
77. ii.  Living  b. 21 August 1968, Green Bay, Brown County, Wisconsin.
78. iii.  Living  b. 07 December 1972, Green Bay, Brown County, Wisconsin.

59.   Living ).  She married  Living .

 Children of  Living  and  Living  are:
 i.  Living , b. 1954.
 ii.  Living , b. 1956.
 iii. Living , b. 1960.
 iv.  Living , b. 1965.
 v.  Living , b. 1968.

60.   Living  was born 12 March 1930 in Milwaukee, Milwaukee County, Wisconsin.  She married  Living  16 March 1950 in Wauwatosa, Wauwatosa County, Wisconsin.

 Children of Joan Whitcomb and Richard Chesley are:
 i.  Living , b. 17 March 1951, Madison, Dane County, Wisconsin; m.  Living , 1975.
 ii. NICHOLAS W. CHESLEY, b. 04 April 1953, Petwern, Fayette County, Iowa; d. 09 April 1994.
 iii.  Living , b. 22 February 1968, Addis Abeba, Ethiopia; m. Living  September 1996.

61.  Living  was born 03 May 1937 in Oconto, Oconto County, Wisconsin.  She married  Living .

 Children of  Living  and  Living  are:
 i.  Living , b. 22 September 1954, Milwaukee, Milwaukee County, Wisconsin.
79. ii. Living , b. 03 March 1956, Colorado Springs, Colorado.
 iii.  Living  b. 08 May 1957, Milwaukee, Milwaukee County, Wisconsin.
 iv.  Living , b. 24 July 1958, Milwaukee, Milwaukee County, Wisconsin.
 v.  Living  b. 24 April 1962, Milwaukee, Milwaukee County, Wisconsin.

62.  Living  was born 1941.  He married  Living .

 Child of  Living  and  Living  is:
 i.  Living  b. 1966.

63.   Living  was born 1944.  She married  Living Z.

 Child of  Living and Living is:
 i.  Living , b. 1969.
 

Generation No. 11

64.   Living was born 23 June 1948.  She married  Living  12 August 1967 in Neenah, Outagamie County, Wisconsin, son of  Living  and  Living .

 Children of  Living  and  Living  are:
 i.  Living  b. 10 March 1968, Oshkosh, Wisconsin.
 ii. Living  b. 21 May 1971; m.  Living  06 July 1992.

65.   Living was born 20 March 1953 in Green Bay, Brown County, Wisconsin.  He married (1)  Living  08 May 1975 in Green Bay, Brown County, Wisconsin.  He married (2)  Living 31 July 1980 in Fike Park, Colby, Kansas.  He married (3)  Living  September 1990 in Brown County Reforestation Camp.

Notes
Oconto County Reporter, March 20, 1953
 

 Living  HAVE BABY
 Living  are the parents of a seven pound, five ounce
boy, Joseph Earl, born March 20 at St. Mary's hospital in Green Bay.
The mother is the former  Living , daughter of  Living , Sobieski.   Living entered army service this week.
His wife and child will reside with her parents.  Before entering army
service,  Living  was employed by Red Owl in Green Bay.
 
 

 Child of Living  and  Living  is:
 i.  Living  b. 27 April 1976.

 Children of  Living  and Living  are:
80. ii.  Living  b. 15 January 1981.
 iii.  Living  b. 08 July 1984.

66.   Living  was born 03 April 1956 in Green Bay, Brown County, Wisconsin.  He married  Living 05 June 1976 in Green Bay, Brown County, Wisconsin, daughter of  Living  and  Living .

Notes
July 10, 1999 joint class reunion between the graduating classes of Green Bay East and Green Bay Preble.  Neither  Living  or I attended.  We had the Whitcomb Family Reunion on July 4th and were leaving for two weeks of vacation to Pennsylvania, Washington, Ohio, New York and Maryland.  Obtained copy of the reunion book.

Clipping from the Green Bay Press Gazette, after 24 October 1975.
"Renquin enters Duty"
 Living, 19, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Requin, 1251 Day St. entered active duty in the United States Air Force Oct. 24.
After completeing basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, TX, Requin bill begin training in the Administrative Specialist career area.
Press Gazette was consistant in keeping the spelling of Renquin incorrect.

Clipping from the Green Bay Press Gazette, 18 October 1997 edition.  Sacred Music Festival is Sunday.  Picture of St. John the Evangelist Choir.  Music Director is Ellen Mercure, a good friend, and mother of  Living .   Living  and I are his Godparents.

 Children of  Living  and  Living  are:
 i. Living  b. 13 May 1978.
 ii.  Living b. 13 August 1981, Green Bay, Brown County, Wisconsin.
 iii.   Living b. 19 January 1984, Green Bay, Brown County, Wisconsin.

67.   Living was born 17 October 1957 in Green Bay, Brown County, Wisconsin.  She married (1)  Living 02 November 1974 in Brillion, Calumet County, Wisconsin.  She married (2)  Living September 1990.

 Children of  Living and   Living are:
 i.  Living b. 24 March 1975, Green Bay, Brown County, Wisconsin.
 ii.   Living b. 16 June 1979, Green Bay, Brown County, Wisconsin.
 iii.   Living b. 18 April 1988, Green Bay, Brown County, Wisconsin.

 Child of   Living and  Living is:
 iv.  Living b. 05 July 1991.

68.   Living was born 24 September 1959 in Green Bay, Brown County, Wisconsin.  She married (1)   Living 14 August 1982 in Golden, Arvada County, Colorado.  She married (2)  Living 05 September 1987 in Golden, Arvada County, Colorado.

 Child of   Living and   Living is:
 i.   Living, b. 24 June 1982, Golden, Arvada County, Colorado.

 Children of Virginia Renquin and Alan Orr are:
 ii.   Living b. 10 May 1989.
 iii.   Living b. 26 February 1991.

69.    Living  was born 19 September 1964 in Green Bay, Brown County, Wisconsin.  She married (1)   Living 22 May 1985 in Green Bay, Brown County, Wisconsin.  She married (2)   Living 28 September 1991.

 Child of   Living and   Living  is:
 i.  Living, b. 05 November 1985, Green Bay, Brown County, Wisconsin.

 Children of   Living and   Living are:
 ii.   Living b. 14 August 1992.
 iii.   Living b. 06 July 1994.

70.    Living was born 06 October 1967 in Green Bay, Brown County, Wisconsin.  He married   Living.

 Children of Steven Renquin and Constance Rutledge are:
 i.   Living, b. 24 March 1990, Green Bay, Brown County, Wisconsin.
 ii.   Living b. 06 March 1994, Green Bay, Brown County, Wisconsin.

71.   Living was born 02 April 1971 in Green Bay, Brown County, Wisconsin.  She married   Living 14 December 1991 in Green Bay, Brown County, Wisconsin, son   Living.

 Children of  Living and   Living are:
 i.   Living b. 06 March 1998, Green Bay, Brown County, Wisconsin.
 ii.   Living b. 01 March 2000.

72.    Living was born 15 October 1956 in Milwaukee, Milwaukee County, Wisconsin.  She married (1)   Living.  She married (2)  Living She married (3)  Living . (4)  She married Living  08 May 1975.

 Child of  Living  and  Living  is:
 i.  Living .

73.   Living  was born 20 November 1959 in Milwaukee, Milwaukee County, Wisconsin.  She married  Living .

 Child of  Living  and  Living is:
 i.  Living

74.   Living ) was born 08 January 1964 in Milwaukee, Milwaukee County, Wisconsin.  She married  Living .

 Children of  Living  and  Living  are:
 i.  Living , b. 06 February 1986, Milwaukee, Milwaukee County, Wisconsin.
 ii.  Living  b. 18 March 1987, Milwaukee, Milwaukee County, Wisconsin.

75. Living  was born 31 October 1965 in Milwaukee, Milwaukee County, Wisconsin.  She married Living.18 October 1986 in Milwaukee, Milwaukee County, Wisconsin.

 Children of Living. and Living. are:
 i. Living. b. 03 February 1987, Milwaukee, Milwaukee County, Wisconsin.
 ii. Living., b. 27 June 1990, Milwaukee, Milwaukee County, Wisconsin.

76. Living.was born 15 July 1965 in Algoma, Kewaunee County, Wisconsin.  He married Living. 30 August 1985 in Green Bay, Brown County, Wisconsin.

Notes
Living. and Living. were divorced in 1998

 Children of Living. andLiving. are:
 i. Living..
 ii. Living..

77. Living. was born 21 August 1968 in Green Bay, Brown County, Wisconsin.  He married Living. September 1991 in Fayetteville, North Carolina, daughter of Yong Yi and Ye Yang.

Notes
Front Page article on the 10th Anniversary of Desert Storm features a picture of Living. and son

 Children of Living. and Living.are:
 i. Living. b. 19 July 1992, Fayetteville, Cumberland Co.,  North Carolina.
 ii. Living.b. 04 April 1998, Green Bay, Brown County, Wisconsin.

78.  Living. was born 07 December 1972 in Green Bay, Brown County, Wisconsin.

 Children of Living. are:
 i. Living. b. 16 November 1994.
 ii. Living. b. 10 November 1996.

79.  Living. was born 03 March 1956 in Colorado Springs, Colorado.  She married Living..

 Child of Living. and Living. is:
 i. Living..
 

Generation No. 12

80.  Living..

 Child of Veronica Renquin is:
 i. Living.
 



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