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Re: Native American Trudell
Posted by: Jimmy Sweet (ID *****1151) Date: August 04, 2005 at 19:05:59
In Reply to: Native American Trudell by Sue Frazier of 233

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Descendants of Francois/Francis/Frank Trudell


Generation No. 1

1. FRANCOIS/FRANCIS/FRANK1 TRUDELL1 was born 1803 in Canada, and died October 04, 1881 in Nebraska. He married MARY ICIYAPEWIN 1835 in Saint Peter, Nicollet County, Minnesota Territory. She was born April 1816 in Minnesota Territory, and died Aft. 1910.

Notes for FRANCOIS/FRANCIS/FRANK TRUDELL:
       Francis served in the Civil War and the Dakota Indian Wars. He enlisted 11 September 1862 in Company K, 9th Minnesota Infantry Regiment as a Private, and was discharged for disability, 2 July 1863. At enlistment his age was listed as 45, born in Canada East, and Residing in Wabasha, Wabasha County, Minnesota.

       Listed as Francois Trudelle in a Land Patent dated 10 March 1856.

More About FRANCOIS/FRANCIS/FRANK TRUDELL:
Allotment: 18862
Census: 1860, Hastings, Dakota County, Minnesota, page 674
Civil War Pension: June 18773
Land Patent: March 10, 1856, Dakota County, Minnesota Territory, 151.2 Acres4
Land Patent 2: April 02, 1857, Winona County, Minnesota, 48 acres5
Military service: Bet. September 11, 1862 - July 02, 1863, Civil War and Dakota Indian Wars, Private-Wagoner, Company K, 9th Minnesota Infantry6,7,8,9,10
Occupation: Bet. 1860 - 1890, Farmer11
Residence: September 11, 1862, Wabashaw, Wabashaw County, Minnesota12
Residence 2: 1890, Santee Agency, Knox County, Nebraska13
Veterans Census: 1890, Santee and Hill Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 1 (deceased)

Notes for MARY ICIYAPEWIN:
       The 1900 Census lists her as mother of 14 children, 6 still living. Under the Special Inquiries Relating to Indians section she is listed as full blooded Indian, belonging to the Sioux tribe, father Sioux, mother Sioux.

       Mary was listed twice in the 1910 Census, once living with her son Antione, and next living next door to her son Henry. First she is listed as mother of 14 children, 6 still living, native lanquage, Santee. Under the Special Inquiries Relating to Indians section she is listed as 1/2 Indian, belonging to the Santee Sioux tribe, father Santee, mother Santee. Next she is listed as full blooded Indian.

More About MARY ICIYAPEWIN:
Allotment: 188314
Allotment 2: 188615
Census: 1860, Hastings, Dakota County, Minnesota, page 674
Census 2: 1900, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 15B
Census 3: 1910, Hill Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 2B
Census 4: 1910, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 13B
Civil War Widows Pension: July 1890, Nebraska16
Occupation: 1900, Farmer17
Occupation 2: 1910, Pension - Soldier Widow18
Tribe: Full Blood Sioux19
Tribe 2: Half Blood Santee20
Tribe 3: Full Blood Santee21
Veterans Census: 1890, Santee and Hill Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 1 (widow)
       
Children of FRANCOIS/FRANCIS/FRANK TRUDELL and MARY ICIYAPEWIN are:
       i.       FRANCIS2 TRUDELL, b. 1838, Minnesota Territory.
       ii.       SAMUEL F. TRUDELL, b. 1839, Minnesota Territory; d. Aft. 1860.

More About SAMUEL F. TRUDELL:
Census: 1860, Hastings, Dakota County, Minnesota, page 674
Occupation: 1860, Laborer

       iii.       JOSEPH TRUDELL, b. 1845, Minnesota Territory; d. Aft. 1860.

More About JOSEPH TRUDELL:
Census: 1860, Hastings, Dakota County, Minnesota, page 674
Occupation: 1860, Laborer

2.       iv.       AUGUST "GUS" TRUDELL, b. December 1852, Minnesota Territory; d. 1914, Nebraska.
3.       v.       HARVEY TRUDELL, b. September 1848, Minnesota Territory; d. Aft. 1900.
4.       vi.       HENRY TRUDELL, b. 1850, Minnesota Territory; d. 1921.
       vii.       ELIZABETH TRUDELL, b. Abt. 1852, Minnesota Territory; d. February 12, 1921.
       viii.       LEON TRUDELL, b. Abt. 1854, Minnesota Territory.
5.       ix.       LEVI FRANCIS TRUDELL, b. 1854, Minnesota Territory; d. 1930, Nebraska.
6.       x.       PETER TRUDELL, b. November 1856, Minnesota Territory; d. Aft. 1900.
       xi.       ELLEN TRUDELL, b. 1856, Minnesota Territory; d. Aft. 1860.

More About ELLEN TRUDELL:
Census: 1860, Hastings, Dakota County, Minnesota, page 675

7.       xii.       ANTOINE O. TRUDELL, b. March 1860, Minnesota Territory; d. 1940, Nebraska.


Generation No. 2

2. AUGUST "GUS"2 TRUDELL (FRANCOIS/FRANCIS/FRANK1)22 was born December 1852 in Minnesota Territory23, and died 1914 in Nebraska. He married NANCY 187523. She was born 1855 in Minnesota Territory24, and died Aft. 1910.

Notes for AUGUST "GUS" TRUDELL:
       Under the Special Inquiries Relating to Indians section of the 1910 Census he is listed as 1/2 Indian, belonging to the Santee tribe, father white, mother Santee.

       In the 1910 Census his mother-in-law and sister-in-law, Maggie and Lusey are listed as living with him. Their last names are listed as Trudell. He also had a nephew named Owen living him, born June 1897 in Nebraska.

More About AUGUST "GUS" TRUDELL:
Allotment: 188524
Allotment 2: 188625
Census: 1860, Hastings, Dakota County, Minnesota, page 674
Census 2: 1900, Hill Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 21A
Census 3: 1910, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 11A
Occupation: Bet. 1890 - 1910, Farmer26,27,28
Residence: 1890, Welch Township, Knox County, Nebraska28
Tribe: Half Blood Santee29
Tribe 2: Half Blood Sioux30

Notes for NANCY:
       The 1910 Census lists her as mother of 1 child, not living. Under the Special Inquiries Relating to Indians section she is listed as full blooded Indian, belonging to the Santee tribe, father Santee, mother Santee.

More About NANCY:
Allotment: 188630
Census: 1900, Hill Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 21A
Census 2: 1910, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 11A
Tribe: Full Blood Santee31
Tribe 2: Full Blood Sioux32
       
Child of AUGUST TRUDELL and NANCY is:
       i.       ANDREW W. (ADOPTED)3 TRUDELL, b. November 05, 1899, Nebraska33,34,35; d. April 1966, Scotland, Bon Homme County, South Dakota35; m. JULIA M. HAINES, May 25, 1921, Tyndall, Bon Homme County, South Dakota36; b. 188036.

Notes for ANDREW W. (ADOPTED) TRUDELL:
       Andrew's biological parents were from Germany.

More About ANDREW W. (ADOPTED) TRUDELL:
Census: 1910, Santee Township, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska, page 11A
Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bef. 1951, South Dakota37
Social Security Number: 504-10-439637


3. HARVEY2 TRUDELL (FRANCOIS/FRANCIS/FRANK1) was born September 1848 in Minnesota Territory38, and died Aft. 1900. He married NANCY H. 189138. She was born March 1860 in Minnesota Territory38, and died Aft. 1900.

Notes for HARVEY TRUDELL:
       Under the Special Inquiries Relating to Indians section of the 1900 Census he is listed as 1/2 Indian, belonging to the Sioux tribe, father white, mother Sioux.

       

More About HARVEY TRUDELL:
Allotment: 188638
Census: 1900, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 15B
Occupation: 1900, Farm Laborer38
Tribe: Half Blood Sioux38

Notes for NANCY H.:
       The 1900 Census lists her as mother of 5 children, 4 still living. Under the Special Inquiries Relating to Indians section she is listed as full blooded Indian, belonging to the Sioux tribe, father Sioux, mother Sioux.

More About NANCY H.:
Allotment: 188638
Census: 1900, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 15B
Tribe: Full Blood Sioux38
       
Children of HARVEY TRUDELL and NANCY H. are:
       i.       EUNICE3 TRUDELL, b. October 1881, Nebraska38; d. Aft. 1900.

Notes for EUNICE TRUDELL:
       The 1900 Census lists her as a full blood Sioux.

More About EUNICE TRUDELL:
Census: 1900, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 15B

       ii.       CECILIA L. TRUDELL, b. February 1894, Nebraska38; d. Aft. 1900.

Notes for CECILIA L. TRUDELL:
       The 1900 Census lists her as 1/2 blood Sioux.

More About CECILIA L. TRUDELL:
Census: 1900, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 15B


4. HENRY2 TRUDELL (FRANCOIS/FRANCIS/FRANK1) was born 1850 in Minnesota Territory, and died 1921. He married LUCY BLUE EYES 1890 in Knox County, Nebraska39. She was born 1860 in Minnesota Territory39, and died Aft. 1910.

Notes for HENRY TRUDELL:
       Henry had a previous marriage.

       Under the Special Inquiries Relating to Indians section of the 1910 Census, he is listed as 1/2 Indian, belonging to the Santee tribe, father Santee, mother Santee.


More About HENRY TRUDELL:
Census: 1860, Hastings, Dakota County, Minnesota, page 675
Census 2: 1910, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 13A
Occupation: 1910, Farmer39
Tribe: Half Blood Santee39

Notes for LUCY BLUE EYES:
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       Lucy had a previous marriage.

       The 1910 Census lists her as mothe of 5 children, 3 still living, native language, Santee. Under the Special Inquiries Relating to Indians section she is listed as full blooded Indian, belonging to the Santee tribe, father Santee, mother Santee.

More About LUCY BLUE EYES:
Census: 1910, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 13A
Tribe: Full Blood Santee39
       
Children of HENRY TRUDELL and LUCY EYES are:
8.       i.       LEVI HENRY3 TRUDELL, b. August 28, 1891, Knox County, Nebraska; d. September 1968, Ravinia, Charles Mix County, South Dakota.
       ii.       CECILIA TRUDELL, b. 1895, Knox County, Nebraska40; d. November 03, 1955.

Notes for CECILIA TRUDELL:
       The 1910 Census lists her as 3/4 Santee Indian.

More About CECILIA TRUDELL:
Census: 1910, Santee Township, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska, page 11A


5. LEVI FRANCIS2 TRUDELL (FRANCOIS/FRANCIS/FRANK1)41,42,43 was born 1854 in Minnesota Territory44,45, and died 1930 in Nebraska. He married EMILY M. COLOMBE46,47 Abt. 188048,49, daughter of JEAN COLOMBE and JOSEPHINE/JOSETTE DORION. She was born December 24, 1862 in Colorado50, and died February 04, 1924 in Todd County, South Dakota.

Notes for LEVI FRANCIS TRUDELL:
       Under the Special Inquiries Relating to Indians section of the 1910 Census he is listed as 1/2 Indian, belonging to the Sioux tribe, father French, mother Sioux.

       The 1920 Census lists his nephew as living with Levi and his family. Chris Trudell, age 19, born in Nebraska, race: Indian, not currently attending school, father born in Minnesota, mother born in Nebraska, occupation: laborer.

       The 1930 Census lists him as living with his brother Antoine.

       Levi and Emily had two children who died in infancy.

More About LEVI FRANCIS TRUDELL:
Allotment: 190551
Census: 1910, Ideal, Tripp County, South Dakota, page 12A
Census 2: 1920, Samro, Tripp County, South Dakota, page 3A
Census 3: 1930, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 3A
Land Patent: December 28, 1916, Tripp County, South Dakota, 160 Acres52
Occupation: Bet. 1890 - 1920, Farmer53,54,55
Residence: 1890, Welch Township, Knox County, Nebraska55
Tribe: Half Blood Sioux56

Notes for EMILY M. COLOMBE:
       From "The Saga of Sully Flats," by Adeline S. Gnirk, published 1977, by the Gregory Times-Advocate, Gregory, SD, page 134.
       Emily married Levi Trudell, 10 children.
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       The 1910 Census lists her as mother of 9 children, 9 still living. Under the Special Inquiries Relating to Indians section she is listed as 1/2 Indian, belonging to the Sioux tribe, father French, mothe Sioux.

       The 1920 Census lists her as Emeley M. Trudell.

More About EMILY M. COLOMBE:
Allotment: 190357
Census: 1910, Ideal, Tripp County, South Dakota, page 12A
Census 2: 1920, Samro, Tripp County, South Dakota, page 3A
Land Patent: December 18, 1916, Gregory County, South Dakota, 7.1 acres58
Tribe: Half Blood Sioux59
       
Children of LEVI TRUDELL and EMILY COLOMBE are:
9.       i.       ALICE C.3 TRUDELL, b. June 1881, Nebraska; d. Aft. 1930.
10.       ii.       MABEL IDA TRUDELL, b. July 04, 1881, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska; d. July 02, 1934, Roosevelt County, Montana.
11.       iii.       HARRIET "HATTIE" BERTHA TRUDELL, b. September 01, 1885, Niobrara, Knox County, Nebraska; d. January 23, 1968, Swedish Hospital, Denver, Arapahoe County, Colorado.
       iv.       MARY POSSY TRUDELL, b. April 26, 1887, Knox County, Nebraska; d. February 09, 1889, Knox County, Nebraska.
12.       v.       ADA LOUISE TRUDELL, b. May 14, 1889, Nebraska; d. August 08, 1971, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan.
13.       vi.       EMILY JANE "CHUBB" TRUDELL, b. July 17, 1891, Knox County, Nebraska; d. September 10, 1974, Grand Traverse Medical Care Facility, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan.
       vii.       LEVI FRANCIS TRUDELL, b. August 22, 1891, Niobrara, Knox County, Nebraska60; d. May 10, 1957, Albany, Linn County, Oregon61; m. ANNA "ANNIE" STANDINGBEAR TACKETT, October 01, 1915, Winner, Tripp County, South Dakota62; b. Abt. 189562; d. March 14, 1962, Lane County, Oregon63.

Notes for LEVI FRANCIS TRUDELL:
       According to his Draft Registration Card of 5 June 1917 he was medium height, medium build, with brown eyes and black hair. It mentions that he had his jaw broken 6 years ago and his hand broken 2 years ago.

More About LEVI FRANCIS TRUDELL:
Census: 1910, Ideal, Tripp County, South Dakota, page 12A
Draft Registration: June 05, 1917, Carter, Tripp County, South Dakota64
Occupation: June 05, 1917, Farmer64
Residence: October 01, 1915, Carter, Tripp County, South Dakota65
Tribe: Half Blood Sioux66

More About ANNA "ANNIE" STANDINGBEAR TACKETT:
Residence: October 01, 1915, Valentine, Cherry County, Nebraska67

       viii.       ANDREW DAVID "DAVE" TRUDELL, b. May 26, 1899, Nebraska68,69,70; d. April 1986, Norfolk, Madison County, Nebraska70; m. ROSE CLARA SCHROEDER, February 10, 1923, Witten, Tripp County, South Dakota71; b. Abt. 190271; d. Aft. 1923.

Notes for ANDREW DAVID "DAVE" TRUDELL:
       Under the Special Inquiries Relating to Indian section of the 1910 Census he is listed as 1/2 Indian, belonging to the Sioux tribe, father Sioux, mother Sioux.

       According to his Draft Registration Card he was tall, slender build, with dark brown eyes and brown hair.

More About ANDREW DAVID "DAVE" TRUDELL:
Census: 1910, Ideal, Tripp County, South Dakota, page 12A
Census 2: 1920, Township 100, Range 77, Tripp County, South Dakota, page 3A
Draft Registration: September 12, 1918, Carter, Tripp County, South Dakota72
Occupation: September 12, 1918, Farmer72
Occupation 2: 1920, Farm Laborer73
Residence: February 10, 1923, Winner, Tripp County, South Dakota74
Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bef. 1951, Nebraska75
Social Security Number: 506-10-367175
Tribe: Half Blood Sioux76
Tribe 2: 3/8 Indian77

More About ROSE CLARA SCHROEDER:
Residence: February 10, 1923, Winner, Tripp County, South Dakota77

       ix.       WALLACE W. TRUDELL, b. 1902, Nebraska78,79; d. July 09, 1923, Tripp County, South Dakota.

Notes for WALLACE W. TRUDELL:
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       Under the Special Inquiries Relating to Indians section of the 1910 Census he is listed as 1/2 Indian, belonging to the Sioux tribe, father Sioux, mother Sioux.

       The 1920 Census lists him as not currently attending school, not able to read or write.

More About WALLACE W. TRUDELL:
Census: 1910, Ideal, Tripp County, South Dakota, page 12A
Census 2: 1920, Township 100, Range 77, Tripp County, South Dakota, page 3A
Tribe: Half Blood Sioux80

       x.       CHRISTINA J. TRUDELL, b. 1904, Nebraska81,82; d. Aft. September 1974; m. RALPH HAWKINS.

Notes for CHRISTINA J. TRUDELL:
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       Under the Special Inquiries Relating to Indians section of the 1910 Census she is listed as 1/2 Indian, belonging to the Sioux tribe, father Sioux, mother Sioux. It states her native language as Dakota.

More About CHRISTINA J. TRUDELL:
Census: 1910, Ideal, Tripp County, South Dakota, page 12A
Census 2: 1920, Township 100, Range 77, Tripp County, South Dakota, page 3A
Tribe: Half Blood Sioux83


6. PETER2 TRUDELL (FRANCOIS/FRANCIS/FRANK1)84 was born November 1856 in Minnesota Territory85, and died Aft. 1900. He married LIZZIE KAGE 188085. She was born April 1865 in Nebraska85, and died Aft. 1900.

Notes for PETER TRUDELL:
       Under the Special Inquiries Relating to Indians section of the 1900 Census he is listed as 1/2 Indian, belonging to the Sioux tribe, father white, mother Sioux.

More About PETER TRUDELL:
Allotment: 188685
Census: 1860, Hastings, Dakota County, Minnesota, page 675
Census 2: 1900, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 15B
Occupation: Bet. 1890 - 1900, Farmer85,86
Residence: 1890, Welch Township, Knox County, Nebraska86
Tribe: Half Blood Sioux87

Notes for LIZZIE KAGE:
       The 1900 Census lists her as mother of 9 children, 7 still living. Under the Special Inquiries Relating to Indians section she is listed as 1/2 Indian, belonging to the Sioux tribe, father white, mother Sioux.

More About LIZZIE KAGE:
Allotment: 188687
Census: 1900, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 15B
Tribe: Half Blood Sioux87
       
Children of PETER TRUDELL and LIZZIE KAGE are:
14.       i.       RALPH SEMMONS3 TRUDELL, b. June 05, 1881, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska; d. Aft. 1920.
15.       ii.       LAVINIA TRUDELL, b. 1882, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska.
       iii.       ESTHER TRUDELL, b. 1886, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska.
16.       iv.       OLIVER TRUDELL, b. May 13, 1888, Hill Township, Knox County, Nebraska; d. Aft. 1920.
       v.       JENNIE TRUDELL, b. July 1893, Nebraska87.

Notes for JENNIE TRUDELL:
       The 1900 Census lists her as 1/2 blood Sioux.

More About JENNIE TRUDELL:
Census: 1900, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 15B

       vi.       BENJAMIN J. TRUDELL, b. December 1895, Nebraska87.

Notes for BENJAMIN J. TRUDELL:
       The 1900 Census lists him as 1/2 blood Sioux.

More About BENJAMIN J. TRUDELL:
Census: 1900, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 15B

       vii.       CRIST TRUDELL, b. February 1900, Nebraska87.

Notes for CRIST TRUDELL:
       The 1900 Census lists him as 1/2 blood Sioux.

More About CRIST TRUDELL:
Census: 1900, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 15B


7. ANTOINE O.2 TRUDELL (FRANCOIS/FRANCIS/FRANK1)88 was born March 1860 in Minnesota Territory89,90, and died 1940 in Nebraska. He married (1) JULIA M. BLOODGOOD-WAMBRUM November 01, 1885 in Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska91. She was born May 1869, and died September 06, 1897 in Nebraska. He married (2) KATHERINE "KATHY/KATE" DERADD 190292. She was born 1870 in Iowa92,93,94, and died 1956 in Nebraska.

Notes for ANTOINE O. TRUDELL:
       Under the Special Inquiries Relating to Indians section of the 1900 Census he is listed as 1/2 Indian, belonging to the Sioux tribe, father white, mother Sioux.

       Under the Special Inquiries Relating to Indians section of the 1900 Census he is listed as 1/2 Indian, belonging to the Santee tribe, father Santee, mother Santee.

       The 1920 Census lists him with grandchildren, Carl (1912-?), Joseph (1914-?), Paul E. (1916-?), and Eveline Trudell (1917-?).

More About ANTOINE O. TRUDELL:
Allotment: 188695
Allotment 2: 188596
Census: 1860, Hastings, Dakota County, Minnesota, page 675
Census 2: 1900, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 15B
Census 3: 1910, Hill Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 2B
Census 4: 1920, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 2B
Census 5: 1930, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 3A
Occupation: 1900, Farm Laborer97
Occupation 2: Bet. 1890 - 1930, Farmer98,99,100
Occupation 3: 1920, Blacksmith101
Residence: 1890, Welch Township, Knox County, Nebraska102
Tribe: Half Blood Sioux103
Tribe 2: Half Blood Santee104

Notes for KATHERINE "KATHY/KATE" DERADD:
       Katherine had a previous marriage to unknown Jones. Her parents were from Holland. She had a son, Fred Jones, born abt. 1896 in Nebraska, and a daughter, Mary Jones, born abt. 1900 in Nebraska.

       The 1910 Census lists her as mother of 6 children, 5 still living.

More About KATHERINE "KATHY/KATE" DERADD:
Census: 1910, Hill Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 2B
Census 2: 1920, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 2B
Census 3: 1930, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 3A
       
Children of ANTOINE TRUDELL and JULIA BLOODGOOD-WAMBRUM are:
       i.       JULIA A.3 TRUDELL, b. 1890, Nebraska105; d. Aft. 1910.

Notes for JULIA A. TRUDELL:
       The 1910 Census lists her as 1/4 Santee Indian.

More About JULIA A. TRUDELL:
Census: 1910, Hill Township, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska, page 2B

       ii.       REBECCA TRUDELL, b. 1894, Nebraska105; d. Aft. 1910.

Notes for REBECCA TRUDELL:
       The 1910 Census lists her as 1/4 Santee Indian.

More About REBECCA TRUDELL:
Census: 1910, Hill Township, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska, page 2B

       
Children of ANTOINE TRUDELL and KATHERINE DERADD are:
       iii.       JOHN EDWARD3 TRUDELL, b. 1904, Nebraska105,106; d. Aft. 1930; m. CECILIA B., Abt. 1926, Knox County, Nebraska; b. 1911, Kansas; d. Aft. 1930.

Notes for JOHN EDWARD TRUDELL:
       The 1910 Census lists him as 1/4 Santee Indian.

More About JOHN EDWARD TRUDELL:
Census: 1910, Hill Township, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska, page 2B
Census 2: 1920, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 2B

       iv.       FRANCIS S. TRUDELL, b. 1905, Nebraska107; d. Aft. 1910.

Notes for FRANCIS S. TRUDELL:
       The 1910 Census lists her as 1/4 Santee Indian.

More About FRANCIS S. TRUDELL:
Census: 1910, Hill Township, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska, page 2B

17.       v.       LUELLA BELL TRUDELL, b. February 04, 1907, Nebraska; d. October 25, 1996, Lynch, Boyd County, Nebraska.
18.       vi.       MARTIN CLIFFORD TRUDELL, b. October 13, 1908, Nebraska; d. January 19, 1994, Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa.
       vii.       VALENTINE "VALLIE" TRUDELL, b. July 19, 1913, Nebraska108,109,110,111; d. August 28, 1996, Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa111; m. LOUISE R. CAMPBELL, February 27, 1937, Yankton, Yankton County, South Dakota112; b. April 30, 1913112,113; d. May 16, 2002, Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa113.

More About VALENTINE "VALLIE" TRUDELL:
Census: 1920, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 2B
Census 2: 1930, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 3A
Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bef. 1951, Nebraska113
Social Security Number: 508-07-5391113

More About LOUISE R. CAMPBELL:
Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bef. 1951, Nebraska113
Social Security Number: 508-18-2431113

       viii.       MARGARET C. TRUDELL, b. October 1916, Nebraska114,115; d. 1937, Knox County, Nebraska.

More About MARGARET C. TRUDELL:
Census: 1920, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 2B
Census 2: 1930, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 3A


Generation No. 3

8. LEVI HENRY3 TRUDELL (HENRY2, FRANCOIS/FRANCIS/FRANK1) was born August 28, 1891 in Knox County, Nebraska116,117,118,119,120, and died September 1968 in Ravinia, Charles Mix County, South Dakota121. He married (1) UNKNOWN. She died Bef. June 05, 1917. He married (2) LILIAN R. CAMPBELL November 09, 1917 in Springfield, Bon Homme County, South Dakota122. She was born 1891122. He married (3) NANCY W. ST. PIERRE December 18, 1919 in Springfield, Bon Homme County, South Dakota123. She was born 1897 in South Dakota123.

Notes for LEVI HENRY TRUDELL:
       Levi was conducted into the U.S. Army 28 May 1918 at Camp Dodge. The 1910 Census lists him as 3/4 Santee Indian.

       His Draft Registration Card lists him as tall, medium build, with black eyes and black hair. He is listed as a widower with a child.

More About LEVI HENRY TRUDELL:
Census: 1910, Santee Township, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska, page 13B
Draft Registration: June 05, 1917, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska124
Occupation: Bet. 1910 - June 05 1917, Laborer, working for Ross Crosley125,126
Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bef. 1951, South Dakota127
Social Security Number: 503-16-8087127
       
Child of LEVI TRUDELL and UNKNOWN is:
       i.       UNKNOWN4 TRUDELL, b. Bef. June 05, 1917.

       
Children of LEVI TRUDELL and NANCY ST. PIERRE are:
       ii.       LUCY L.4 TRUDELL, b. 1922, South Dakota.
       iii.       MERCEDES MAE TRUDELL, b. May 12, 1925, Greenwood, Charles Mix County, South Dakota; d. February 1999; m. ARTHUR LOUIS DENNY, Abt. 1941, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska; b. January 23, 1924, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska; d. October 22, 1991.
       iv.       RAY D. TRUDELL, b. January 1927, South Dakota.
       v.       EMIL B. TRUDELL, b. 1929, South Dakota.


9. ALICE C.3 TRUDELL (LEVI FRANCIS2, FRANCOIS/FRANCIS/FRANK1) was born June 1881 in Nebraska128,129,130, and died Aft. 1930.

Notes for ALICE C. TRUDELL:
       The 1920 and 1930 Census list her as living with her uncle, Ed Colombe.

More About ALICE C. TRUDELL:
Census: 1900, Genoa Indian School, Genoa Township, Nance County, Nebraska, page 7A
Census 2: 1920, Winner, Tripp County, South Dakota, page 13A
Census 3: 1930, Winner Township, Tripp County, South Dakota, page 2A
Graduation: Genoa Indian School, Genoa Township, Nance County, Nebraska
Land Patent: July 13, 1915, Tripp County, South Dakota, 160 Acres131
       
Child of ALICE C. TRUDELL is:
       i.       ADELINE W.4 TRUDELL, b. 1913, Nebraska132,133; d. Aft. 1930.

More About ADELINE W. TRUDELL:
Census: 1920, Winner, Tripp County, South Dakota, page 13A
Census 2: 1930, Winner Township, Tripp County, South Dakota, page 2A


10. MABEL IDA3 TRUDELL (LEVI FRANCIS2, FRANCOIS/FRANCIS/FRANK1) was born July 04, 1881 in Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, and died July 02, 1934 in Roosevelt County, Montana. She married GEORGE BENEDICT MENZ 1907 in Santee, Knox County, Nebraska134. He was born March 20, 1879 in South Dakota135,136,137,138,139, and died September 30, 1965 in Roosevelt County, Montana140.

Notes for MABEL IDA TRUDELL:
       The 1910 Census lists her as mother of 2 children, both still living. Under the Special Inquiries Relating to Indians section she is listed as 1/4 Indian, belonging to the Santee Sioux tribe, father Santee Sioux, mother Oglala Sioux.

       The 1930 Census lists her as 3/8 Sioux.

More About MABEL IDA TRUDELL:
Allotment: 1886141
Census: 1910, Standing Rock Indian Reservation, Morton County, North Dakota, page 9A
Census 2: 1920, Menz Township, Sioux County, North Dakota, page 2A
Census 3: 1930, Sunrise, Platte County, Wyoming, page 5B
Tribe: 1/8 Blood Santee Sioux, 1/8 Blood Oglala Sioux141

Notes for GEORGE BENEDICT MENZ:
       The 1910 Census lists him as George Mentz, father from Germany, mother from North Dakota. Under the Special Inquiries Relating to Indians section he is listed as 1/2 Indian, belonging to the Yankton Sioux tribe, father white, mother Yankton Sioux.

       The 1930 Census lists him as 1/2 Sioux.

       His Draft Registration Card lists him as medium height and build, with brown eyes and black hair.

More About GEORGE BENEDICT MENZ:
Allotment: 1908141
Census: 1910, Standing Rock Indian Reservation, Morton County, North Dakota, page 9A
Census 2: 1920, Menz Township, Sioux County, North Dakota, page 2A
Census 3: 1930, Sunrise, Platte County, Wyoming, page 5B
Draft Registration: September 12, 1918, Thunder Hawk, Corson County, Standing Rock Indian Reservation, South Dakota142
Occupation: Bet. 1910 - 1920, Farmer 143,144
Occupation 2: September 12, 1918, Stock Raising and Farming, self employed145
Occupation 3: 1930, Mucker in Iron Mine146
Rent: 1930, $20 per month146
Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bef. 1951, Montana147
Social Security Number: 516-18-4182147
Son of: George Menz and Yellow Eyes (Tunkarotawin)
Tribe: Half Blood Yankton Sioux148
       
Children of MABEL TRUDELL and GEORGE MENZ are:
       i.       GEORGE FREDERICK4 MENZ, b. November 05, 1907, Nebraska148,149; d. April 11, 1957; m. MARTHA.

Notes for GEORGE FREDERICK MENZ:
       The 1910 Census lists him as 7/16 Yanktonis Sioux.

More About GEORGE FREDERICK MENZ:
Census: 1910, Standing Rock Indian Reservation, Morton County, North Dakota, page 9A
Census 2: 1920, Menz Township, Sioux County, North Dakota, page 2A

       ii.       EVELYN ROSE MENZ, b. August 17, 1909, North Dakota150,151; d. December 08, 1987, Marysville, Snohomish County, Washington; m. (1) MARCUS MCKINLEY LEE; m. (2) JULIUS L. WEST; b. May 11, 1905; d. June 01, 1996, Marysville, Snohomish County, Washington.

Notes for EVELYN ROSE MENZ:
       The 1910 Census lists her as 7/16 Yanktonis Sioux.

More About EVELYN ROSE MENZ:
Census: 1910, Standing Rock Indian Reservation, Morton County, North Dakota, page 9A
Census 2: 1920, Menz Township, Sioux County, North Dakota, page 2A

       iii.       LEVI FRANCIS MENZ, b. January 06, 1911, North Dakota152; d. June 08, 1974, Sequim, Clallam County, Washington; m. (1) SADIE ANDERSON PELLAND; m. (2) CATHERINE DUPREE.

Notes for LEVI FRANCIS MENZ:
       The 1930 Census lists him as 3/16 Sioux.

More About LEVI FRANCIS MENZ:
Census: 1920, Menz Township, Sioux County, North Dakota, page 2B
Census 2: 1930, Sunrise, Platte County, Wyoming, page 5B
Occupation: 1930, Laborer in an Iron Mine153

       iv.       GALE EMORY MENZ, b. October 02, 1912, North Dakota154; d. December 15, 1984, Roosevelt County, Montana; m. LIDA O. DENNY; b. May 07, 1916; d. August 07, 2003, Wolf Point, Roosevelt County, Montana.

Notes for GALE EMORY MENZ:
       The 1930 Census lists him as 7/16 Sioux.

More About GALE EMORY MENZ:
Census: 1920, Menz Township, Sioux County, North Dakota, page 2B
Census 2: 1930, Sunrise, Platte County, Wyoming, page 5B

       v.       ETHEL M. MENZ, b. October 14, 1914, North Dakota154; d. April 09, 1995; m. BILL MCNEIL.

Notes for ETHEL M. MENZ:
       The 1930 Census lists her as 7/16 Sioux.

More About ETHEL M. MENZ:
Census: 1920, Menz Township, Sioux County, North Dakota, page 2B
Census 2: 1930, Sunrise, Platte County, Wyoming, page 5B

       vi.       MARCELLA MENZ, b. December 1916, North Dakota154; d. Aft. 1920.

More About MARCELLA MENZ:
Census: 1920, Menz Township, Sioux County, North Dakota, page 2B

       vii.       WILLIAM C. MENZ, b. November 1918, North Dakota154; d. Aft. 1920.

More About WILLIAM C. MENZ:
Census: 1920, Menz Township, Sioux County, North Dakota, page 2B

       viii.       DELILAH R. MENZ, b. March 24, 1921; d. May 14, 1937.

Notes for DELILAH R. MENZ:
       The 1930 Census lists her as 7/16 Sioux.

More About DELILAH R. MENZ:
Census: 1930, Sunrise, Platte County, Wyoming, page 5B

       ix.       ADA L. MENZ, b. 1925; d. Aft. 1930.

Notes for ADA L. MENZ:
       The 1930 Census lists her as 7/16 Sioux.

More About ADA L. MENZ:
Census: 1930, Sunrise, Platte County, Wyoming, page 5B

       x.       DAVID R. MENZ, b. May 1927; d. Aft. 1930.

Notes for DAVID R. MENZ:
       The 1930 Census lists him as 7/16 Sioux.

More About DAVID R. MENZ:
Census: 1930, Sunrise, Platte County, Wyoming, page 5B


11. HARRIET "HATTIE" BERTHA3 TRUDELL (LEVI FRANCIS2, FRANCOIS/FRANCIS/FRANK1)155,156,157,158,159 was born September 01, 1885 in Niobrara, Knox County, Nebraska160,161,162,163,164, and died January 23, 1968 in Swedish Hospital, Denver, Arapahoe County, Colorado165,166. She married (1) SAMUEL "SAM" JUSTUS EMERY167,168,169,170,171 November 06, 1908 in Burke, Gregory County, South Dakota172,173,174,175, son of WILLIAM EMERY and ADELLE LANGDEAU. He was born March 02, 1883 in Wheeler, Charles Mix County, Dakota Territory176,177,178,179,180,181,182,183, and died June 19, 1951 in Grawn, Grand Traverse County, Michigan184,185,186,187,188. She married (2) JOHN J. DION189,190,191,192,193 1955193, son of OLIVER DION and SUSAN LANGDEAU. He was born March 28, 1885 in Rosebud Indian Reservation, South Dakota194,195,196,197, and died September 27, 1968 in Grawn, Grand Traverse County, Michigan198,199,200,201,202.

Notes for HARRIET "HATTIE" BERTHA TRUDELL:
       From: "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Thursday, 25 January 1968, page 3.

       MRS. DION DIES AT 81

       Mrs. Harriett B. Dion, 81, of R. 1 Grawn, a Traverse City area resident for many years, died Tuesday evening at Swedish Hospital in Denver, Colo., following a one-week illness. Mrs. Dion was visiting relatives in Denver at the time she was taken ill.
       Mrs. Dion was born Sept. 1, 1885 at Santee, Neb., and spent her early life there and in South Dakota. In 1908, she married Sam Emery of Mission, S.D., where the couple lived until 1932 when they moved to Monroe Center. Mr. Emery preceded her in death in 1951. In 1953, she married John Dion of St. Charles, S.D.
       Surviving, in addition to her husband, are eight daughters, Mrs. James (Fern) Moulton and Mrs. Phoebe Stickel of Grawn, Mrs. Lyle (Mildred) Hoobler of Milford, Mrs. Hugh (Eileen) Graham of Traverse City, Mrs. Leland (Effie) Johnson of Alden, Mrs. Loyd (Janell) Campbell of Antioch, Calif., Mrs. Milton (Eva) Kirkpatrick of Oklahoma City and Mrs. Herbert (Rita) Henderson of Gaylord; two stepsons, Frank Dion of Burke, S.D. and Jack Dion of Littleton, Colo,; three sisters, Mrs. Emily Knight of Traverse City, Mrs. Ada McMillen of Tama, Iowa and Mrs. Cristine Hawkins of Pueblo, Colo,; one brother, David Truedell of Norfolk, Neb.; 31 grandchildren and 16 great grandchildren.
       Funeral services will be Monday at 11 a.m. at the St. Mary's Church of Hannah with Rev. Francis Karl officiating. Burial will be in the St. Mary's cemetery.
       A rosary will be recited Sunday at 7 p.m. at the Hibbard funeral chapel.
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       From: "The Traverse City Record Eagle," Wednesday, 17 October 1945, page 9, and Thursday, 18 October 1945, page 9.
       FOR SALE--Cabbage, carrots, garlic. Mrs. Sam Emery, R. 1, Grawn. Grawn.
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       Harriet was a postmistress in Nebraska.

More About HARRIET "HATTIE" BERTHA TRUDELL:
Burial: January 29, 1968, St. Mary's of Hannah Catholic Church Cemetery, Kingsley, Grand Traverse County, Michigan203
Census: 1900, Genoa Indian School, Genoa Township, Nance County, Nebraska, page 7A
Census 2: 1910, Burke, Gregory County, South Dakota, page 6A
Census 3: 1920, Township 38, Range 27, Todd County, South Dakota, page 7A
Census 4: 1930, Okreek, Todd County, South Dakota, page 1A
Graduation: Genoa Indian School, Genoa Township, Nance County, Nebraska
Land Patent: January 02, 1913, Todd County, South Dakota, 160 acres204
Land Patent 2: August 09, 1915, Todd County, South Dakota, 160 acres204
Land Patent 3: December 24, 1917, Todd County, South Dakota, 160 acres204
Residence: October 17, 1945, Route 1, Grawn, Grand Traverse County, Michigan205

Notes for SAMUEL "SAM" JUSTUS EMERY:
       From "The Saga of Sully Flats," by Adeline S. Gnirk, published 1977, by Gregory Times-Advocate, page 74-75.
       Those men who helped make Gregory County the fine and rich land it is were honest, hard-working men who gave a dollar in labor for each dollar earned. Their work day was from sunup to sundown, not eight hours a day or forty hours a week as today. Their pay was about thirty dollars per month, or more if they could qualify for the job.
       As to what a cowboy was made of; it was a Stetson hat, bibless trousers, and high heeled boots. A vest to carry his Bull Durham, cigarette papers, and matches was a must. When and old time cowboy was asked what Bull Durham was made of, he replied, "Just what the name implies - bull ____ and a little tobacco." It made good smoking so they all carried a good supply.
        Some or the cowboys wore chaps for protection while riding. Spurs were used by most cowboys, not to abuse the horse, but to help control it when roping or cutting cattle. A good saddle and ropes were required for ranch work. No quarter horses were raised in the early days of 1890 or 1900, but the horses were well trained. A good horse and a good rider were a fine pair when working together.
        Some early cowboys were: John and Bill Dion; Sam, Dick, and Joe Emery; John, George, Frank and Claude Sully; Frank Dimond, Ole Dahl; Ore Unglaub, Joe Reynolds, Matt and Joe Crilly. Frank Kenzie was an outstanding cowboy and should have had his name in the Cowboy Hall of Fame in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Most of these have passed on, with a great many more not mentioned here.
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       The Gregory Buttes or "Little Pikes Peak" was a lookout used by the Indians to spot Indian war parties, buffalo herds, wagon trains or a lone horseman of the white race moving into or through their hunting grounds. The buttes were landmarks for the white man's wagon and team to point their way into Gregory County. The early ranchers located their cattle and horse herds from the Buttes for the roundups held in Dixon and at the Ben Turgeon ranch in what was later Turgeon Twp. in the Whetstone Valley. In many of these roundups were cattle numbering in the 32,000's gathered together. Cows, bulls, heifers, steers and calves were picked out by their respective owners. They were roped and thrown by cowboys on their horses to be branded, de horned and earmarked. One trail boss was Ole Severson, and a few of the riders were Sam Emery, Joe Turgeon, George Pete, John Ham and Carl Nelson.
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       From: "The Traverse City Record Eagle," "Draw Jury For December Term," Tuesday, 10 December 1946, page 1.
       "Draw Jury For December Term"
       Court Will Convene Here Next Monday
       The list of Jurors drawn for duty in the December term of circuit court for Grand Traverse county courthouse Monday, was released today by the county clerk's office.
       Jurors are being notified that they are to report for duty at 9:30 a.m. Tuesday, December 17.
       Following is the complete jury list:
       William Marsh, Bendon; Wm. Dingman, Traverse City; Fred Bauer, Kingsley; N. E. Wyckoff, Mayfield; John Langworthy, Traverse City; Alvin Pierce, Kingsley; Clinton Drake, Williamsburg; Roman Novak, Traverse City; Edward Soderberg, Traverse City; Walter D. Lyon, Traverse City; L. F. Mikesell, Traverse City; Gerald Montague, Traverse City; Harry Fletcher, Sr., Acme; Anton Theil, Grawn; Lester Kouchnerkavich, Traverse City; Robert Daniels, Fife Lake; Walter Thorpe, Traverse City; Buell Copley, Thompsonville; Sam Emery, Grawn; Marvin Stricker, Traverse City; Charles Rhodes, Kingsley; Clarence Dean, Summit City; Mrs. William Wells, Traverse City; Rex Ferguson, Fife Lake.
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       From "The Traverse City Record Eagle," "Samuel Emery of Grawn Dies," Wednesday, 20 June 1951, page 15.
       "Samuel Emery of Grawn Dies"
       Services for Samuel J. Emery who died Tuesday at the Osteopathic hospital, will be held Friday morning at 9:00 at the St. Mary's church at Hannah. Father Clement Sigmund officiating. The Rosary will be recited Thursday evening at 8:00 at the Hibbard funeral chapel, where the body reposes.
       Mr. Emery was born at Wheeler, South Dakota, March 2, 1883. In 1908 he was united in marriage to Hattie Trudell at Burke, South Dakota. The couple resided there on a ranch until 1931 when they moved to Grawn, where they have since made their home.
       Surviving, besides the widow, are eight daughters, Mrs. Phoebe Stickel of Pontiac, Mrs. Mildred Williams of South Bend, Ind., Mrs. Effie Johnson of Grawn, Mrs. Ileen Graham and Mrs. Fern Moulton of this city, Mrs. Janell Campbell of Tracy, Cal., Mrs Eva Kirkpatrick of St. Johns, Newfoundland, and Mrs. Reta Henderson of Yorktown, Va.; two brothers, Tom of Cedar Rapids, Ia., and Joseph of Mission, S.D.; two sisters, Mrs. Anna Bossingham of Interlochen and Mrs. Mary Purviance of Wenatchee, Wash.
       Richard Wayne Emery, stationed at the New London, Conn., navy base, has arrived to attend the services.
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       Sam's cattle brand was S/X.
       Sam and Hattie had a son and a daughter who died in infancy.

       Under the Special Inquiries Relating to Indians section of the 1900 Census he is listed as 3/4 white, belonging to the Brule Sioux tribe, father white, mother Brule Sioux half breed.

       According to his Draft Registration Card of 12 September 1918, he was tall, medium build, with gray eyes and dark brown hair.

More About SAMUEL "SAM" JUSTUS EMERY:
Burial: St. Mary's of Hannah Catholic Church Cemetery, Kingsley, Grand Traverse County, Michigan
Census: 1885, Charles Mix County, Dakota Territory
Census 2: 1900, Rosebud Indian Agency, Meyer County, South Dakota, page 317A
Census 3: 1910, Burke, Gregory County, South Dakota, page 6A
Census 4: 1920, Township 38, Range 27, Todd County, South Dakota, page 7A
Census 5: 1930, Okreek, Todd County, South Dakota, page 1A
Draft Registration: September 12, 1918, Mission, Todd County, South Dakota206
Graduation: St. Francis Mission Boarding School207
Land Patent: July 01, 1901, Gregory County, South Dakota, 80 acres208
Land Patent 2: October 25, 1909, Gregory County, South Dakota, 39.28 acres208
Land Patent 3: October 25, 1909, Gregory County, South Dakota, 39.34 acres208
Land Patent 4: October 25, 1909, Gregory County, South Dakota, 80 acres208
Occupation: 1910, Automobile Driver209
Occupation 2: September 12, 1918, Stockman and Farmer210
Occupation 3: 1920, Rancher/Stock Farmer211
Occupation 4: 1930, Farmer212
Tribe: 1/4 Blood Brule Sioux213

Notes for JOHN J. DION:
       From "The Saga of Sully Flats," by Adeline S. Gnirk, published 1977, by Gregory Times-Advocate, Gregory, South Dakota, page 148-149.

       John and Amy settled on the W1/2 of the W1/2 of Section 4, Scissons Twp., later taking up residence on the Mullen homestead. Their children were born in her father's beautiful home: Frank, born May 10, 1910; Oliver, May 24, 1912, (fondly called "Little Buster") was two years old when he died and was buried in the Catholic Cemetery south of Burke; Jack, the youngest, was born November 20, 1919.
       The Dions roomed and boarded the school teacher of the Sunnyside School. John would haul the teacher his children school in a bobsled pulled by horses during the winter months.
       Dances for the neighborhood would be held in the big house. Amy played the piano and John the violin, accompanied by Marvin Glick with his banjo. Mrs. John Foley played her violin and harmonized with the trio. Charles Stevicks called the lively square dances. The group performed for dances in Lucas, Burke, Colome and Gregory. During the summer they played melodious selections for old time dances and the lively square dance allemande for the Lucas bowery dances.
       Amy Mullen Dion died March 4, 1948 at St. Charles. John retired to Grawn, Michigan. Some years later he was married to Mrs. Sam (Hattie Trudell) Emery. Hattie died in Traverse City, Michigan, January 1968. John Dion died 6 months later, September 27, 1968.
       John and Amy Dion were the parents of two living children: Frank married Lucile Stevicks. They have two daughters - Betty married to David Sextro, 3 sons Douglas, Donald and Dean; and Mary (Witt) married to Joe Fahranbacher, 2 children Rickie and Shelley Witt. Jack is married to Berniece Pinkey and they have three children, Larry, Ronald and Janice.
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       From: "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Saturday, 28 September 1968, page 14.

       JOHN DION DIES SUDDENLY

       GRAWN - John Dion, 83, was pronounced dead on arrival at Traverse City Osteopathic Hospital Friday afternoon after a sudden illness at his Grawn R. 1 home.
       The body was taken to Hibbard funeral chapel in Traverse City, with complete funeral arrangements to be announced later.
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       From: "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Monday, 30 September 1968, page 2.

       DION RITES ON TUESDAY

       GRAWN - Funeral services for John T. Dion, 83, of Grawn R. 1. will be held at 10 a.m. Tuesday at Hannah St. Mary's Church, with burial in the church cemetery.
       The rosary will be recited at 8 o'clock this evening at Hibbard funeral chapel in Traverse City, where friends may call.
       Mr. Dion was pronounced dead arrival at Traverse City Osteopathic Hospital Friday afternoon after a sudden illness at his home.
       He was born March 20, 1885 near Burke, S. Dak., and lived most of his life in that area. In 1908 he was married to Amy Mullen, who died in 1948, and in 1955 he was married to Hattie Emery of Traverse City, who died in January, 1968.
       Surviving are: two sons, Frank of Burke, S. Dak., and John Jr. of Littleton, Colo.; seven step-daughters, Mrs. Lyle (Mildred) Hoobler of Milford, Mrs. Milton (Eva) Kirkpatrick of Oklahoma City, Okla., Mrs. Loy (Janell) Campbell of Antioch, Calif., Mrs. Hugh (Ileen) Graham of Williamsburg, Mrs. Herbert (Reta) Henderson of Gaylord, Mrs. Leland (Effie) Johnson of Alden, and Mrs. James (Fern) Moulton of Grawn; four brothers, William of Los Angeles, Calif., E. A. of Wayne, Neb., Clement of Omaha, Neb., and Joseph of Las Vegas, Nev.; a sister, Mrs. Emma Copps, living in California; and other relatives.
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       John was one of the old-time early Cowboys of Burke County, South Dakota. Early in their marriage, John and his first wife Amy Mullen, lived on Amy's family homestead. Later they moved to a ranch north of St. Charles where John was a cattle rancher.
       
       According to his Draft Registration Card of 12 September 1918, he was tall, medium build, with brown eyes and black hair.

More About JOHN J. DION:
Burial: October 01, 1968, St. Mary's of Hannah Catholic Church Cemetery, Kingsley, Grand Traverse County, Michigan214
Census: 1900, Rosebud Indian Reservation, Meyer County, South Dakota, page 19A
Census 2: 1910, Burke, Gregory County, South Dakota, page 2A
Census 3: 1920, Scissom Township, Gregory County, South Dakota, page 7A
Draft Registration: September 12, 1918, Lucas, Gregory County, South Dakota215
Land Patent: July 01, 1901, Gregory County, South Dakota, 160 acres216
Land Patent 2: January 30, 1908, Gregory County, South Dakota, 160 acres216
Land Patent 3: January 30, 1908, Gregory County, South Dakota, 160 acres216
Occupation: Bet. 1910 - 1920, Farmer217,218,219
Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bef. 1951, South Dakota220
Social Security Number: 504-03-7967220
Son of: Oliver Dion and Susan Langdeau221
Tribe: Sioux222
       
Children of HARRIET TRUDELL and SAMUEL EMERY are:
19.       i.       FERN WINONA4 EMERY, b. December 30, 1908, Rosebud Indian Reservation, Todd County, South Dakota; d. April 09, 1999, Ocean Springs, Jackson County, Mississippi.
       ii.       PHOEBE CATHERINE "PHIL" EMERY223,224, b. February 28, 1911, Rosebud Indian Reservation, Todd County, South Dakota225,226,227,228; d. April 12, 1968, Monroe Center, Grand Traverse County, Michigan229,230; m. ARTHUR FREDERICK STICKEL230, Pontiac, Oakland County, Michigan230; b. July 19, 1891, Columbus, Franklin County, Ohio231,232,233,234; d. December 24, 1963, Michigan235,236.

Notes for PHOEBE CATHERINE "PHIL" EMERY:
       From: "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Saturday, 13 April 1968, page 3.

       MRS. STICKEL RITES TUESDAY

       MONROE CENTER - Funeral services for Mrs. Phoebe Stickel, 57, of Monroe Center, a noted artist, will be held at 10 a.m. Tuesday at Hannah St. Mary's Church, with burial in the family lot in the church cemetery.
       The rosary will be recited at 8 p.m. Monday at Hibbard funeral chapel in Traverse City, where friends may call.
       Mrs. Stickel died of a heart attack Thursday night at her home.
       She was born February 28, 1911 at Burke, S. Dakota, the daughter of Samuel and Hattie Emery, and lived her early life there. In 1928 the family moved to Traverse City, where Mrs. Stickel attended local schools, and later she lived at Pontiac until returning to the Traverse City area to make her home. She was a noted artist and had studied extensively under Maud Miller Hoffmaster of Traverse City.
       At Pontiac she was married to Arthur Stickel, who died in 1964.
       Surviving are a stepdaughter, Mrs. Esther Denton of Fort Worth, Tex.; a stepson, Arthur Stickel Jr. of Key West, Fla.; a grandson, Jack Parmenter, a U.S. government instructor in Laos; her stepfather, John Dion of Grawn; and seven sisters, Mrs. James (Fern) Moulton of Grawn, R. 1, Mrs. Lyle (Mildred) Hoobler of Pontiac, Mrs. Hugh (Ileen) Graham of Traverse City, Mrs. Lee (Effie) Johnson of Alden, Mrs. Loy (Janell) Campbell of Antioch, Calif., Mrs. Milton (Eva) Kirkpatrick of Oklahoma City, Okla., and Mrs. Herbert (Rita) Henderson of Gaylord.
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       Phoebe had no children.

More About PHOEBE CATHERINE "PHIL" EMERY:
Burial: April 16, 1968, St. Mary's of Hannah Catholic Church Cemetery, Kingsley, Grand Traverse County, Michigan237
Census: 1920, Township 38, Range 27, Todd County, South Dakota, page 7A
Census 2: 1930, Mt. Clemens, Macomb County, Michigan, page 1A
Occupation: 1930, Stenographer in Civil Service238
Rent: 1930, $12 per month238
Residence: 1930, 16 1/2 Broadway, Mt. Clemens, Macomb County, Michigan
Residence 2: June 20, 1951, Pontiac, Oakland County, Michigan239

Notes for ARTHUR FREDERICK STICKEL:
       Arthur's Draft Registration Card lists him as living in Pontiac, Oakland County, Michigan, tall and medium build, with blue eyes and dark brown hair.

       Arthur previously had 2 wives and at least one child with each.

More About ARTHUR FREDERICK STICKEL:
Burial: St. Mary's of Hannah Catholic Church Cemetery, Kingsley, Grand Traverse County, Michigan
Census: 1930, Sylvan Lake, Oakland County, Michigan, page 3B
Draft Registration: June 05, 1917, Pontiac, Oakland County, Michigan240
Military service: Sgt., 306th Repair Unit MTC, World War I241,242
Occupation: June 05, 1917, Auto Trimmer at Olympian Motor Company243
Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bef. 1951, Washington244
Social Security Number: 536-20-2280244

       iii.       MILDRED M. EMERY245,246, b. December 27, 1915, Rosebud Indian Reservation, Todd County, South Dakota247,248,249,250,251; d. February 04, 1984, Mercy Hospital, Grayling, Crawford County, Michigan252,253,254; m. (1) LYLE AMOS HOOBLER254; b. September 25, 1895, Bay City, Bay County, Michigan; d. February 07, 1977, Grayling, Crawford County, Michigan; m. (2) UNKNOWN WILLIAMS.

Notes for MILDRED M. EMERY:
       From: "Record-Eagle," Monday, 6 February 1984, page 5.

       MILDRED M. HOOBLER

       GRAYLING - Mildred M. Hoobler, 68, of Grayling, died Saturday at Mercy Hospital, Grayling.
       She was born on Dec. 27, 1915, in Mission, S.D.
       She is survived by her husband, Lyle W. Hoobler; five sisters, Fern Moulton and Eileen Graham both of Traverse City, Effie Johnson of Woodbridge, Calif., Janell Campbell of Antioch, Calif., and Rita Conkright of Gaylord; two step-daughters, Charlotte King of Davisburg and Florence J. Amundson of Sioux Falls, S.D.; two stepsons, Charles Hoobler of White Lake and William Hoobler, stationed with the U.S. Army in Germany, and 13 grandchildren.
       Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Tuesday at St. Mary's Catholic Church, Grayling. A rosary will be recited tonight at 8 p.m. at the Sorenson Funeral Home, Grayling, where friends may call.
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       Mildred had no children.

More About MILDRED M. EMERY:
Burial: February 07, 1984
Census: 1920, Township 38, Range 27, Todd County, South Dakota, page 7A
Census 2: 1930, Okreek, Todd County, South Dakota, page 1A
Residence: June 20, 1951, South Bend, Indiana255
Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bef. 1951, Michigan256
Social Security Number: 370-03-8783256

More About LYLE AMOS HOOBLER:
Son of: David Curtis Hoobler and Stella Bell Fletcher

20.       iv.       ILEEN ESTHER EMERY, b. February 22, 1921, Burke, Gregory County, South Dakota.
       v.       EFFIE MARY EMERY257,258,259, b. August 05, 1923, Rosebud Indian Reservation, Todd County, South Dakota260,261,262,263; d. July 30, 1996, Ceres, Stanislaus County, California264,265,266; m. LELAND FLOYD JOHNSON267, February 06, 1945, Grand Traverse County, Michigan268,269; b. August 29, 1905, Michigan270,271; d. February 09, 1988, Ceres, Stanislaus County, California272,273.

Notes for EFFIE MARY EMERY:
       From: "The Modesto Bee," Friday, 2 August 1996, page B2.

       EFFIE M. JOHNSON
       Aug. 5, 1923 - July 30, 1996
       
       Effie Mary Johnson, 72, of Ceres died Tuesday at Colony Park Care Center, Modesto.
       Mrs. Johnson was a native of Rosebud, N.D. She lived in Ceres 18 years. She was a homemaker.
       She is survived by her stepson, Robert Johnson of Moreno Valley; sisters, Janell Campbell of Antioch, Fern Moulton of Mississippi and Eileen Graham and Rita Conkright, both of Michigan; and two grandchildren.
       Private services will be conducted. Burial will be at Helena Township Cemetery, Alden, Mich. The McHenry Chapel of Franklin & Downs in charge of arrangements.
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       Effie had no children.

More About EFFIE MARY EMERY:
Burial: Helena Township Cemetery, Alden, Michigan274
Residence: June 20, 1951, Grawn, Grand Traverse County, Michigan275
Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bef. 1951, Michigan276
Social Security Number: 372-22-0543276,277

Notes for LELAND FLOYD JOHNSON:
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       From California Deaths, 1940-1997: mother's maiden name: Wheeler.

More About LELAND FLOYD JOHNSON:
Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bef. 1951, Michigan278
Social Security Number: 362-01-0160278,279

Marriage Notes for EFFIE EMERY and LELAND JOHNSON:
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       From "The Traverse City Record Eagle," Saturday, 10 February 1945, page 5.
       Announcement in made of the marriage of Miss Effie Emery of Grawn to Leland Johnson of Detroit which took place Tuesday evening with Judge James Fitzpatrick performing the ceremony. They were attended by Mr. and Mrs. Louis Green. A wedding supper was served at Dill's.

21.       vi.       EVA ELIZABETH EMERY, b. Abt. 1929, Rosebud Indian Reservation, Todd County, South Dakota; d. December 16, 1974.
       vii.       JANELLE EMERY, b. March 1926, Rosebud Indian Reservation, Todd County, South Dakota280; m. LOY "COTTON" CAMPBELL, 1950, California281; b. , Oklahoma City, Oklahoma281.

Notes for JANELLE EMERY:
       Janelle had two children.

More About JANELLE EMERY:
Residence: 1950, Tracy, California281

More About LOY "COTTON" CAMPBELL:
Residence: 1950, Tracy, California281

Marriage Notes for JANELLE EMERY and LOY CAMPBELL:
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       From "The Traverse City Record Eagle," "Former Grawn Girls Wed in California," Monday, 10 April 1950, page 6.
       "Former Grawn Girls Wed in California"
       Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Emery, who recently returned to their home in Grawn after spending 15 months in Arizona and California, announce the marriage of their daughters, Janell and Rita Emery. Janell became the bride of Loy Campbell of Oklahoma City, and Rita was united in marriage to Herbert Henderson of Kansas City, Kan. Both couples are making their home in Tracy, Calif.

       viii.       RITA EMERY, b. 1931, Rosebud Indian Reservation, Todd County, South Dakota; m. (1) RICHARD CONKRIGHT; m. (2) HERBERT HENDERSON, 1950, California281; b. , Kansas City, Kansas281.

Notes for RITA EMERY:
       Rita had two sons and two daughters.

More About RITA EMERY:
Residence: 1950, Tracy, California281
Residence 2: June 20, 1951, Yorktown, Virginia282

More About HERBERT HENDERSON:
Residence: 1950, Tracy, California283

Marriage Notes for RITA EMERY and HERBERT HENDERSON:
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       From "The Traverse City Record Eagle," "Former Grawn Girls Wed in California," Monday, 10 April 1950, page 6.
       "Former Grawn Girls Wed in California"
       Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Emery, who recently returned to their home in Grawn after spending 15 months in Arizona and California, announce the marriage of their daughters, Janell and Rita Emery. Janell became the bride of Loy Campbell of Oklahoma City, and Rita was united in marriage to Herbert Henderson of Kansas City, Kan. Both couples are making their home in Tracy, Calif.

       ix.       SON284, b. South Dakota; d. South Dakota.

More About SON:
Burial: Sacred Heart Catholic Cemetery, Burke, Gregory County, South Dakota284

       x.       DAUGHTER284, b. South Dakota; d. South Dakota.

More About DAUGHTER:
Burial: Sacred Heart Catholic Cemetery, Burke, Gregory County, South Dakota284


12. ADA LOUISE3 TRUDELL (LEVI FRANCIS2, FRANCOIS/FRANCIS/FRANK1) was born May 14, 1889 in Nebraska285,286,287,288, and died August 08, 1971 in Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan. She married BERT JUNE MCMILLIN. He was born May 08, 1885 in Nebraska289,290, and died Aft. 1930.

More About ADA LOUISE TRUDELL:
Census: 1900, Genoa Indian School, Genoa Township, Nance County, Nebraska, page 7A
Census 2: 1910, Bloomfield, Knox County, Nebraska, page 11B
Census 3: 1920, Sioux Falls, Minnehaha County, South Dakota, page 4A
Census 4: 1930, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan, page 10B
Graduation: Genoa Indian School, Genoa Township, Nance County, Nebraska
Occupation: Bet. 1910 - 1920, Nurse in a Hospital291,292
Residence: 1920, 1272 North Phillips Street, Sioux Falls, Minnehaha County, South Dakota292
Residence 2: 1930, 605 South Division Street, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan293

Notes for BERT JUNE MCMILLIN:
       His Draft Registration Card lists him as tall, medium build, with brown eyes and dark hair.

More About BERT JUNE MCMILLIN:
Census: 1920, Sioux Falls, Minnehaha County, South Dakota, page 4A
Census 2: 1930, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan, page 10B
Draft Registration: September 12, 1918, Winner, Tripp County, South Dakota294
Occupation: September 12, 1918, Farmer, self employed294
Occupation 2: 1930, Salesman, Chemicals295
Residence: 1920, 1272 North Phillips Street, Sioux Falls, Minnehaha County, South Dakota296
Residence 2: 1930, 605 South Division Street, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan297
Value of Home: 1930, $3000297
       
Child of ADA TRUDELL and BERT MCMILLIN is:
       i.       ROBERT E.4 MCMILLIN, b. 1920, South Dakota297; m. WINONA M. COOPER, 1941, Grand Traverse County, Michigan.

More About ROBERT E. MCMILLIN:
Census: 1930, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan, page 10B
Residence: 1930, 605 South Division Street, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan297


13. EMILY JANE "CHUBB"3 TRUDELL (LEVI FRANCIS2, FRANCOIS/FRANCIS/FRANK1)298,299 was born July 17, 1891 in Knox County, Nebraska300,301,302,303,304,305, and died September 10, 1974 in Grand Traverse Medical Care Facility, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan306,307,308. She married (1) EARLWIN "EARL" FRAZIER 1911309. He was born December 10, 1891 in Santee, Knox County, Nebraska310,311,312, and died March 05, 1942 in Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa. She married (2) RAYMOND GEORGE KNIGHT313 August 15, 1925 in Kennebec, Lyman County, South Dakota314,315,316. He was born 1892 in New York317,318, and died 1938319.

Notes for EMILY JANE "CHUBB" TRUDELL:
       From: "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Tuesday, 10 September 1974, page 12.

       Emily Knight of 3318 Sleights Rd., Traverse City, died early this morning at Grand Traverse Medical Care Facility following and extended illness. She was 83 years old. She is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Donald (Violet) Carlson and Mrs. Harold (Geraldine) Wells, both of Traverse City, and Mrs. May Taylor of Tracy, Calif., a sister Mrs. Ralph (Christine) Hawkins of Pueblo, Colo.; a brother, David Trudell of Norfolk, Nebr.; 13 grandchildren and 19 great-grandchildren, and numerous nieces and nephews. Preceding her in death were her parents, Levi and Emily (Colombe) Trudell, three brothers and five sisters. Her husband, Raymond Knight,, died in 1938. Born July 17, 1891 in Nebraska, where she was reared, she moved with her parents when 16 years old to South Dakota. She and Mr. Knight were married there in 1925. They moved to Traverse City in 1934. Employed at several dry cleaning establishments, Mrs. Knight sewed for a hobby. Fr. Edwin Frederick of All Faiths Chapel in the Traverse City State Hospital will officiate a the services to be conducted from the Hibbard Funeral Chapel Thursday at 10 a.m. Friends may call at the chapel.
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       From: "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Wednesday, 18 April 1945, page 5.

       Mrs. Emily Knight has returned to her home at Grawn after a six months trip to California.
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       From: "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Tuesday, 27 May 1947, page 13.

       Mrs. Emily Knight returned to Grawn last week from a trip to Oregon where she visited with a brother.

More About EMILY JANE "CHUBB" TRUDELL:
Census: 1900, Genoa Indian School, Genoa Township, Nance County, Nebraska, page 7A
Census 2: 1920, Elliston Township, Gregory County, South Dakota, page 7A
Census 3: 1930, Hotsprings, Fall River County, South Dakota, page 2A
Graduation: Genoa Indian School, Genoa Township, Nance County, Nebraska
Residence: August 15, 1925, Norris, Mellette County, South Dakota320
Residence 2: 1930, Jennings Avenue, Hotsprings, Fall River County, South Dakota
Residence 3: September 10, 1974, 3318 Sleights Road, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan321
Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bef. 1951, Michigan322
Social Security Number: 370-03-8517322

Notes for EARLWIN "EARL" FRAZIER:
       The 1930 Census lists him as 1/2 Santee Sioux. He married second, Mildred, and had children Rachel and Pamona.

       According to his Draft Registration Card of 5 June 1917 he was medium height, medium build, with brown eyes and black hair.

More About EARLWIN "EARL" FRAZIER:
Burial: Congretional Cemetery, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska
Cause of Death: Run over by a train
Census: 1920, Elliston Township, Gregory County, South Dakota, page 7A
Census 2: 1930, Township 38, Range 32, Todd County, South Dakota, page 1A
Draft Registration: June 05, 1917, Clearfield, Todd County, South Dakota323
Occupation: June 05, 1917, Farmer323
Occupation 2: 1920, Farmer324
Occupation 3: 1930, Congretational Minister325
Rent: 1930, $6 per month325
Son of: Charlie Frazier

Marriage Notes for EMILY TRUDELL and EARLWIN FRAZIER:
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       Emily and Earl were divorced and both remarried about 1926.

More About RAYMOND GEORGE KNIGHT:
Census: 1930, Hotsprings, Fall River County, South Dakota, page 2A
Military service: World War I326
Occupation: 1930, Cook326
Rent: 1930, $20 per month326
Residence: August 15, 1925, Presho, Lyman County, South Dakota327
Residence 2: 1930, Jennings Avenue, Hotsprings, Fall River County, South Dakota328
       
Children of EMILY TRUDELL and EARLWIN FRAZIER are:
22.       i.       VIOLET THEO4 FRAZIER, b. November 07, 1913, Nebraska; d. August 19, 1987, Grawn, Grand Traverse County, Michigan.
       ii.       MOLLY FRAZIER, b. 1913, South Dakota329; d. Aft. 1920.

More About MOLLY FRAZIER:
Census: 1920, Elliston Township, Gregory County, South Dakota, page 7A

23.       iii.       GLADYS MAE FRAZIER, b. May 01, 1916, South Dakota; d. December 09, 1990, Tracy, San Joaquin County, California.
24.       iv.       GERALDINE FRAZIER, b. January 30, 1922, Winner, Tripp County, South Dakota; d. March 26, 2003, Munson Medical Center, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan.


14. RALPH SEMMONS3 TRUDELL (PETER2, FRANCOIS/FRANCIS/FRANK1) was born June 05, 1881 in Santee, Knox County, Nebraska330, and died Aft. 1920. He married ANNIE ALICE ROSS June 1904 in Charles Mix County, South Dakota. She was born October 1886 in Nebraska.

Notes for RALPH SEMMONS TRUDELL:
       His Draft Registration Card lists him as medium height and build, with brown eyes and black hair.

More About RALPH SEMMONS TRUDELL:
Draft Registration: September 12, 1918, Niobrara, Knox County, Nebraska330
Occupation: September 12, 1918, Farming, self employed330
       
Children of RALPH TRUDELL and ANNIE ROSS are:
       i.       MARY ROSE4 TRUDELL, b. April 03, 1909; d. September 1984, Niobrara, Knox County, Nebraska; m. JAMES E. BROWN.

More About JAMES E. BROWN:
Son of: Robert W. Brown and Nancy

       ii.       RUBY TRUDELL, b. November 22, 1914; d. May 24, 1980, Tacoma, Pierce County, Washington.
       iii.       DELPHENE TRUDELL, b. 1916331; m. PETER J. DE LORME, July 29, 1937, Marty, Charles Mix County, South Dakota331; b. 1916331.
       iv.       WILLIAM CLIFFORD "WILLIE" TRUDELL, b. October 21, 1918, Nebraska332; d. July 31, 2001, Niobrara, Knox County, Nebraska332; m. CLARA MARIE MOOSE; b. October 20, 1916, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska; d. May 1995, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska.

More About WILLIAM CLIFFORD "WILLIE" TRUDELL:
Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bef. 1951, Nebraska332
Social Security Number: 508-03-8558332

More About CLARA MARIE MOOSE:
Daughter of: Joe Moose and Rosa Goodteacher


15. LAVINIA3 TRUDELL (PETER2, FRANCOIS/FRANCIS/FRANK1) was born 1882 in Santee, Knox County, Nebraska333. She married (1) ROBERT JOHNSON 1897. He was born 1870 in Nebraska. She married (2) JESSE BLACK December 27, 1919 in Scotland, Bon Homme County, South Dakota333. He was born 1880333.
       
Children of LAVINIA TRUDELL and ROBERT JOHNSON are:
25.       i.       ALVINA4 JOHNSON, b. 1901, Nebraska.
       ii.       MAY JOHNSON, b. 1904, Nebraska.
       iii.       EMILY JOHNSON, b. 1907, Nebraska.


16. OLIVER3 TRUDELL (PETER2, FRANCOIS/FRANCIS/FRANK1) was born May 13, 1888 in Hill Township, Knox County, Nebraska334, and died Aft. 1920. He married MARY. She was born Abt. 1900 in Nebraska.

Notes for OLIVER TRUDELL:
       His Draft Registration Card lists him as medium height and build, with brown eyes and black hair.

More About OLIVER TRUDELL:
Draft Registration: June 05, 1917, Niobrara, Knox County, Nebraska334
Occupation: June 05, 1917, Farm Hand, working for Foner Bros.334
       
Child of OLIVER TRUDELL and MARY is:
       i.       LEONA4 TRUDELL, b. 1919, Nebraska.


17. LUELLA BELL3 TRUDELL (ANTOINE O.2, FRANCOIS/FRANCIS/FRANK1) was born February 04, 1907 in Nebraska335,336,337, and died October 25, 1996 in Lynch, Boyd County, Nebraska337. She married CLARENCE CARSON February 19, 1927 in Yankton, Yankton County, South Dakota338. He was born January 08, 1894 in West Virginia338,339, and died August 1976 in Niobrara, Knox County, Nebraska339.

Notes for LUELLA BELL TRUDELL:
       The 1910 Census lists her as 1/4 Santee Indian.

More About LUELLA BELL TRUDELL:
Census: 1910, Hill Township, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska, page 2B
Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bet. 1952 - 1953, Nebraska339
Social Security Number: 508-40-9024339

More About CLARENCE CARSON:
Soc. Sec. Card Issued: 1955, Nebraska339
Social Security Number: 508-46-4581339
       
Children of LUELLA TRUDELL and CLARENCE CARSON are:
       i.       REBECCA A.4 CARSON, b. 1928.
       ii.       CATHERINE CARSON, b. 1929.


18. MARTIN CLIFFORD3 TRUDELL (ANTOINE O.2, FRANCOIS/FRANCIS/FRANK1) was born October 13, 1908 in Nebraska340,341,342,343, and died January 19, 1994 in Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa343. He married CORA MITCHELL July 14, 1934 in Yankton, Yankton County, South Dakota344. She was born 1899 in Santee, Knox County, Nebraska344.

Notes for MARTIN CLIFFORD TRUDELL:
       The 1910 Census lists him as 1/4 Santee Indian.

More About MARTIN CLIFFORD TRUDELL:
Census: 1910, Hill Township, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska, page 2B
Census 2: 1920, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 2B
Census 3: 1930, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 3A
Occupation: 1930, Laborer, Odd Jobs345
Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bef. 1951, South Dakota346
Social Security Number: 505-12-0516346
       
Child of MARTIN TRUDELL and CORA MITCHELL is:
       i.       ADELE4 TRUDELL, m. LAVELLE.


Generation No. 4

19. FERN WINONA4 EMERY (HARRIET "HATTIE" BERTHA3 TRUDELL, LEVI FRANCIS2, FRANCOIS/FRANCIS/FRANK1)347,348 was born December 30, 1908 in Rosebud Indian Reservation, Todd County, South Dakota349,350,351, and died April 09, 1999 in Ocean Springs, Jackson County, Mississippi352. She married JAMES C. MOULTON October 02, 1936 in Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan353,354. He was born April 25, 1901 in Michigan355,356,357, and died June 01, 1980 in Grawn, Grand Traverse County, Michigan358,359.

Notes for FERN WINONA EMERY:
       From: "Traverse City Record-Eagle," 1 November 2003.

       OCEAN SPRINGS, Miss. - Fern Winona (Emery) Moulton, 90, died April 9 in Ocean Springs where she had lived since 1984. She was a former resident of Traverse City.
       Born Dec. 30, 1908, in Burke, S.D., she was the daughter of Hattie and Samuel Emery of Grawn, Mich. Fern was the widow of James C. Moulton of Traverse City.
       Surviving are a son, Richard W. Emery of Ocean Springs; three sisters, Ileen Graham of Traverse City, Rita Conkright of Gaylord, Mich., and Janell Campbell of Antioch, Calif.; nine grandchildren; and 14 great-grandchildren.
       Interment will take place at a future date in St. Mary's Cemetery in Hannah, Mich.
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       The 1930 Census lists her as Fern Eamery, living with Artimitia O'Neal, age 72 from Indiana.

More About FERN WINONA EMERY:
Census: 1910, Burke, Gregory County, South Dakota, page 6A
Census 2: 1920, Township 38, Range 27, Todd County, South Dakota, page 7A
Census 3: 1930, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan, page 2B
Occupation: 1930, Stenographer360
Residence: 1930, 241 East Ninth Street, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan
Residence 2: April 29, 1947, 511 South Maple Street, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan361
Residence 3: March 08, 1956, West Bay Shore Road, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan362
Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bef. 1951, Michigan363
Social Security Number: 371-10-1794363

Notes for JAMES C. MOULTON:
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       From "The Traverse City Record Eagle," "Home Burns," Friday, 20 January 1950, page 9.
       "Home Burns"
       Fire, the cause of which has not been determined, did extensive damage in the James Moulton home on Maple steet about 3:00 p.m. Thursday. The blaze was reported by Mrs. Evelyn Temple when some youngsters told her "there was something wrong at Moulton's." Mr. and Mrs. Moulton were not at home at the time.
       Two trucks and a complete compliment of men were required to bring the flames under control and confine the major damage to the living room in the front of the house.
       Fire Chief Roy Green stated that the damage has not been estimated but it will certainly be extensive.

       According to Fern's sister, Ileen Emery, who was living with them at the time so that she could attend the Traverse City Senior High School, she was the cause of the fire. Before the family left that day Ileen had been smoking on the couch and put the cigarette out in an ash tray on the arm of the couch. She believes that that was the cause of the fire.

More About JAMES C. MOULTON:
Census: 1930, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan, page 10B
Occupation: 1930, Proprietor of a Radio Shop
Residence: 1930, 629 West Ninth Street, Traverse City, Michigan
Residence 2: April 29, 1947, 511 South Maple Street, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan364
Residence 3: March 08, 1956, West Bay Shore Road, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan365
Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bet. 1951 - 1952, Michigan366
Social Security Number: 369-34-7368366
Son of: Charles A. Moulton and Josephine Monroe367,368
       
Child of FERN EMERY and JAMES MOULTON is:
       i.       RICHARD WAYNE "DICK"5 MOULTON.


20. ILEEN ESTHER4 EMERY (HARRIET "HATTIE" BERTHA3 TRUDELL, LEVI FRANCIS2, FRANCOIS/FRANCIS/FRANK1)369,370 was born February 22, 1921 in Burke, Gregory County, South Dakota371,372. She married HUGH EARLE "LUCKY" GRAHAM373,374 September 1941 in Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan. He was born August 17, 1920 in 207 East Eighth Street, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan375,376.

More About ILEEN ESTHER EMERY:
Census: 1930, Okreek, Todd County, South Dakota, page 1A
Graduation: 1940, Traverse City Senior High School, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan
Residence: Bet. 1936 - 1940, 511 South Maple Street, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan
Residence 2: June 05, 1951, 914 Lincoln Street, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan377
Residence 3: 5 Mile Road, Acme, Grand Traverse County, Michigan
Residence 4: Grant Street, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan
Residence 5: Bet. 1998 - 2003, 931 Hammond Place, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan

Notes for HUGH EARLE "LUCKY" GRAHAM:
       From "The Traverse City Record Eagle," "Two Speeders," Monday, 22 September 1947, page 7.
       "Two Speeders"
       Gerald Wooters of this city and Hugh Graham, also a resident here, appeared before Judge James Fitzpatrick to answer to charges of speeding. Both men were assessed fines of five dollars each plus costs. The arrests were made by city police.
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       Hugh served in the U.S. Marines as a Corporal or a Sergeant in the Guam and in China during World War II. He was in Company C Mortars.
       After the war he worked at Burwood's in Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan from 1946 and retiring in 1987.

More About HUGH EARLE "LUCKY" GRAHAM:
Census: 1930, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan, page 2A
Graduation: 1938, Traverse City Senior High School, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan378
Military service: Bet. 1942 - 1945, U. S. Marines, World War II
Residence: 1930, 207 East Eighth Street, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan379
Residence 2: June 05, 1951, 914 Lincoln Street, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan380
Residence 3: 5 Mile Road, Acme, Grand Traverse County, Michigan
Residence 4: Grant Street, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan
Residence 5: Bet. 1998 - 2003, 931 Hammond Place, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan381,382

Marriage Notes for ILEEN EMERY and HUGH GRAHAM:
       They had a second marriage with a catholic service in August, 1943, in Detroit, Michigan.
       
Children of ILEEN EMERY and HUGH GRAHAM are:
26.       i.       BONITA KAY "BONNIE"5 GRAHAM, b. September 26, 1942, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan.
27.       ii.       JEANNE ANNE GRAHAM, b. December 14, 1947, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan.
28.       iii.       SHIRLEY ELIZABETH GRAHAM, b. May 09, 1950, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan.
29.       iv.       BARBARA LEIGH GRAHAM, b. May 27, 1955, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan.
30.       v.       VICKIE MARIE GRAHAM, b. July 30, 1957, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan.
31.       vi.       DAVID MICHAEL GRAHAM, b. June 04, 1961, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan.


21. EVA ELIZABETH4 EMERY (HARRIET "HATTIE" BERTHA3 TRUDELL, LEVI FRANCIS2, FRANCOIS/FRANCIS/FRANK1)383 was born Abt. 1929 in Rosebud Indian Reservation, Todd County, South Dakota384, and died December 16, 1974. She married MILTON LEROY KIRKPATRICK 1948 in Grand Traverse County, Michigan385,386. He was born Abt. 1929386.

More About EVA ELIZABETH EMERY:
Census: 1930, Okreek, Todd County, South Dakota, page 1A
Residence: June 20, 1951, St. Johns, Newfoundland, Canada387
       
Children of EVA EMERY and MILTON KIRKPATRICK are:
       i.       BRUCE ALLEN5 KIRKPATRICK.
       ii.       JOSEPH L. KIRKPATRICK.
       iii.       DENNIS WAYNE KIRKPATRICK.
       iv.       LUANN KIRKPATRICK, m. UNKNOWN TETRICK.


22. VIOLET THEO4 FRAZIER (EMILY JANE "CHUBB"3 TRUDELL, LEVI FRANCIS2, FRANCOIS/FRANCIS/FRANK1)388 was born November 07, 1913 in Nebraska389, and died August 19, 1987 in Grawn, Grand Traverse County, Michigan. She married (1) LEVI SHAW. She married (2) GERALD HOWARD STRICKLAND390,391 October 25, 1943 in Beulah, Grand Traverse County, Michigan391. He was born June 18, 1914 in Hartington, Cedar County, Nebraska391, and died December 13, 1945 in Munson Medical Center, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan391. She married (3) DONALD A. CARLSON 1958 in Grand Traverse County, Michigan. He was born July 01, 1918, and died July 08, 1980 in Grand Traverse County, Michigan.

Notes for VIOLET THEO FRAZIER:
       From: "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Monday, 26 July 1948, page 1.

       VICTIM OF HEAVY TRAFFIC

       Traffic can be dangerous as this photo proves. The picture was taken on East Front street Saturday evening after Violet Strickland walked in front of a moving city bus and was thrown to the pavement. City police were on the job immediately and Mrs. Strickland was taken to Munson hospital where she was treated for severe scalp lacerations. Officer Merlin Rokos is shown as he talked with the patient. City police stated this morning that, despite the congestion on the walks and streets over the week-end, traffic accidents were not numerous and consisted in most part of bumped fenders and bent bumpers.

More About VIOLET THEO FRAZIER:
Census: 1930, Hotsprings, Fall River County, South Dakota, page 2A
Occupation: 1930, Business Manager, Medical Clinic392
Residence: 1930, Jennings Avenue, Hotsprings, Fall River County, South Dakota392

Notes for GERALD HOWARD STRICKLAND:
       From: "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Monday, 10 December 1945, page 1.

       TWO TRAGEDIES OCCUR DURING THE WEEK-END

       Sailor Found Dead and Grawn Man Shoots Himself

       Double tragedy marked the week-end when Gerald Strickland, Grawn, accidentally shot himself while handling his shotgun and Walter Halvorsen of this city was found dead by state police officers at his home.
       Stickland is at Munson hospital in critical condition from wounds received when he accidentally shot himself in the head with a double barrel hammerless shotgun early Saturday afternoon at his home in Grawn, according to state police officers.
       Strickland was in the woodshed at the time of the accident and his family was in the kitchen when the shot was fired.
       State police investigating the shooting pronounced it accidental.
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       From: "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Thursday, 13 December 1945, page 1.

       GUNSHOT WOUND PROVES FATAL

       Gerald Strickland of Grawn is Victim.

       Gerald Strickland, Grawn resident, died early this morning at Munson hospital as the result of a shooting accident Monday when he accidentally shot himself while handling his shotgun.
       Gerald Howard Strickland was born June 18th, 1914 at Hardington, Neb., and spent his early life there. He was married to Violet F. Frazier October 25th, 1943, at Beulah.
       Surviving, besides his widow are four stepchildren, Melvin H., Barbara, Raymond and Norman; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Stickland of Bloomfield, Neb., eight brothers, Harold, Charles, Russell, Dick, Edwin, John, Raymond and Phillip all of Nebraska; seven sisters, Mrs. Viola Hank of Farmer, S. D., Mrs. Edna Patch and Mrs. Geraldine Goertz, Pike Stone, Minn., Mrs. Marcella Dowty, Sioux City, Iowa, Mrs. Alberta Dowty, Grand Island, Neb., Mrs. Ulinda Bratetic of Bloomfield, Neb., Mrs. Ada Davis of Traverse City; other relatives and friends.
       The body was taken to the Hibbard Chapel to remain until time of services Monday afternoon at two-thirty with the Rev. Louis Basso officiating. Burial will be made in the family lot at Oakwood cemetery.

More About GERALD HOWARD STRICKLAND:
Burial: December 17, 1945, Oakwood Cemetery, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan393
Cause of Death: Accidentally shot himself in the head with a shotgun
Son of: John Strickland393
       
Children of VIOLET FRAZIER and LEVI SHAW are:
       i.       BARBARA A.5 SHAW, b. Abt. 1935; m. LAWRENCE A. WINCHESTER, 1959, Grand Traverse County, Michigan.
       ii.       MELVIN M. SHAW394,395.

Notes for MELVIN M. SHAW:
       From: "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Thursday, 19 February 1953, page 3.

       IN FAR EAST - Melvin M. Shaw, seaman, USN, son of Mrs. Violet Strickland, 1214 Clinch street, is serving aboard the battleship USS Missouri on it second tour of duty with United Nations forces in Korean waters. The Missouri has been bombarding Communist supply and communication installations on the east coast of Korea. She has steamed over 40,000 miles since leaving her home port of Norfolk, Va., in September.
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       From: "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Monday, 18 January 1954, page 7.

       CHARGE DISMISSED

       A quiet weekend was reported by local law enforcement officials today, with not cases being heard in municipal court.
       In the only case heard Saturday, Judge Ormond Danford dismissed a charge against Melvin M. Shaw of Traverse City, charged by city police with driving while his license was suspended.
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       From: "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Monday, 17 May 1954, page 9.

       Melvin M. Shaw of Traverse city was ordered to pay $10 and $7.20 costs or serve 10 days on a drunk and disorderly charge.
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       From: "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Monday, 24 May 1954, page 1.

       SEVEN CASES HEARD

       Melvin Shaw of Traverse City charged with being drunk and disorderly, was ordered to pay $10 and $5.55 costs or serve seven days.

More About MELVIN M. SHAW:
Military service: Korean War, seaman, United States Navy, battleship USS Missouri396

       iii.       RAYMOND SHAW.
       iv.       NORMAN SHAW.


23. GLADYS MAE4 FRAZIER (EMILY JANE "CHUBB"3 TRUDELL, LEVI FRANCIS2, FRANCOIS/FRANCIS/FRANK1) was born May 01, 1916 in South Dakota397, and died December 09, 1990 in Tracy, San Joaquin County, California. She married TAYLOR.

More About GLADYS MAE FRAZIER:
Census: 1920, Elliston Township, Gregory County, South Dakota, page 7A
       
Child of GLADYS FRAZIER and TAYLOR is:
       i.       ROBERTA LEE5 TAYLOR, b. January 19, 1953, San Joaquin County, California; m. FITZSIMMONS.


24. GERALDINE4 FRAZIER (EMILY JANE "CHUBB"3 TRUDELL, LEVI FRANCIS2, FRANCOIS/FRANCIS/FRANK1)398 was born January 30, 1922 in Winner, Tripp County, South Dakota398, and died March 26, 2003 in Munson Medical Center, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan398. She married (1) HAROLD WELLS. He died April 27, 1997398. She married (2) UNKNOWN BAKER. She married (3) UNKNOWN FEELEY.

Notes for GERALDINE FRAZIER:
       From: "Record-Eagle," Friday, 28 March 2003.

       TRAVERSE CITY - Mrs. Geraldine L. Wells, 81, of Traverse City died Wednesday, March 26, 2003 at Munson Medical Center. Geraldine was born Jan. 30, 1922 in Winner, S.D. She retired from the Traverse City State Hospital, having worked in the nursing department for many years.
       Geraldine enjoyed helping others and volunteered her time to Meals on Wheels and assisted the American Red Cross at many blood drives. The Father Fred Foundation was also very important to her; she donated her efforts to the foundation with financial contributions as well as her time. Geraldine also enjoyed sewing, quilting, crocheting, gardening and her doll collection.
       Geraldine Wells is survived by one son, Joseph Baker of Traverse City; two daughters, Bonnie (Randy) Vanderlaan of Whitehall and Michele (Terry) Cousins of Marango, Iowa; one stepson, Jack Wells of Council Bluffs, Iowa; two special friends, Maggie Baker and Beth Davis; nine grandchildren, 33 great-grandchildren and 12 great-great-grandchildren.
       She was preceded in death by her husband, Harold Wells, on April 27, 1997; two sons, Michael and Kevin Feeley; an infant daughter, Debbie Feeley; and a granddaughter, Bonnie Grant.
       A private family graveside service will take place at Oakwood Cemetery in Traverse City. Mr. Robert Baker will officiate.
       Funeral arrangements have been entrusted to the Traverse City Chapel of Covell Funeral Homes.
       Memorial contributions may be directed to the Father Fred Foundation. Envelopes are available at the funeral home.


More About GERALDINE FRAZIER:
Burial: Oakwood Cemetery, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan398
Census: 1920, Elliston Township, Gregory County, South Dakota, page 7A
       
Child of GERALDINE FRAZIER and UNKNOWN BAKER is:
       i.       JOSEPH5 BAKER.

       
Children of GERALDINE FRAZIER and UNKNOWN FEELEY are:
       ii.       MICHAEL5 FEELEY, d. Bef. March 26, 2003.
       iii.       KEVIN FEELEY, d. Bef. March 26, 2003.
       iv.       DEBBIE FEELEY, d. Bef. March 26, 2003.


25. ALVINA4 JOHNSON (LAVINIA3 TRUDELL, PETER2, FRANCOIS/FRANCIS/FRANK1) was born 1901 in Nebraska. She married OSCAR GOODTEACHER. He was born March 20, 1896 in Bloomfield, Knox County, Nebraska399.

Notes for OSCAR GOODTEACHER:
       His Draft Registration Card lists him as medium height, stout build, with brown eyes and black hair.

More About OSCAR GOODTEACHER:
Draft Registration: June 05, 1917, Knox County, Nebraska399
Occupation: June 05, 1917, Farming, self employed399
       
Child of ALVINA JOHNSON and OSCAR GOODTEACHER is:
32.       i.       JOSEPH JOHNSON5 GOODTEACHER, b. May 05, 1920, Nebraska; d. May 1973, Nebraska.


Generation No. 5

26. BONITA KAY "BONNIE"5 GRAHAM (ILEEN ESTHER4 EMERY, HARRIET "HATTIE" BERTHA3 TRUDELL, LEVI FRANCIS2, FRANCOIS/FRANCIS/FRANK1)400,401 was born September 26, 1942 in Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan401. She married RONALD J. FOOTE402 1962 in Grand Traverse County, Michigan403. He was born September 20.

More About BONITA KAY "BONNIE" GRAHAM:
Graduation: 1960, Traverse City Senior High School, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan404
Occupation: 1998, Laundry Worker, Logan Center Laundry404
Residence: Bet. 1998 - 2000, 4198 Greenwood Street, Holt, Ingham County, Michigan404,405
       
Children of BONITA GRAHAM and RONALD FOOTE are:
       i.       RUSSELL "RUSTY"6 FOOTE406, b. April 03, 1963, Michigan.
       ii.       RANDALL "RANDY" FOOTE406, b. July 31, 1965, Michigan.


27. JEANNE ANNE5 GRAHAM (ILEEN ESTHER4 EMERY, HARRIET "HATTIE" BERTHA3 TRUDELL, LEVI FRANCIS2, FRANCOIS/FRANCIS/FRANK1)407 was born December 14, 1947 in Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan408. She married DALE HENRY SWEET409,410 December 13, 1968 in Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan411,412. He was born November 02, 1942 in Pontiac, Oakland County, Michigan413.

More About JEANNE ANNE GRAHAM:
Graduation: 1966, Traverse City Senior High School, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan
Occupation: 1998, Baker, Prevo's Family Market
Residence: Bet. 1998 - 2003, 3835 Brook Dr., Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan

More About DALE HENRY SWEET:
Residence: 59572 Phillipe Avenue, Landers, San Bernardino County, California414
       
Children of JEANNE GRAHAM and DALE SWEET are:
33.       i.       JEFFREY ALLEN6 SWEET, b. September 07, 1969, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan.
34.       ii.       MICHAEL JAMES SWEET, b. September 28, 1970, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan.
35.       iii.       JAMESON ROBERT SWEET, b. June 20, 1977, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan.


28. SHIRLEY ELIZABETH5 GRAHAM (ILEEN ESTHER4 EMERY, HARRIET "HATTIE" BERTHA3 TRUDELL, LEVI FRANCIS2, FRANCOIS/FRANCIS/FRANK1)415,416 was born May 09, 1950 in Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan416. She married KENNETH JOHN BELL417 1970 in Grand Traverse County, Michigan418. He was born November 08, 1944.

More About SHIRLEY ELIZABETH GRAHAM:
Graduation: 1968, Traverse City Senior High School, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan419
Residence: Bet. 1998 - 2000, 2608 Windcrest Lane, Traverse City Grand Traverse County, Michigan419,420

More About KENNETH JOHN BELL:
Occupation: Teacher
       
Children of SHIRLEY GRAHAM and KENNETH BELL are:
       i.       ANNE ELIZABETH6 BELL421, b. January 27, 1971, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan; m. MICHAEL D. "MIKE" BRAYTON421, 1993, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan; b. Abt. 1971.

More About ANNE ELIZABETH BELL:
Graduation: 1990, Traverse City Senior High School, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan421
Occupation: Teacher Assistance Special Education421
Residence: 1998, 2608 Windcrest Lane, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan421

More About MICHAEL D. "MIKE" BRAYTON:
Graduation: 1990, Traverse City Senior High School, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan421
Residence: 1998, 2608 Windcrest Lane, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan421
Son of: David L. Brayton and Karen421

       ii.       MARY ALICIA BELL422, b. November 20, 1975, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan; m. DANIEL A. CARLSON423, 1996, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan; b. Abt. 1975.

More About MARY ALICIA BELL:
Graduation: 1994, Traverse City Senior High School, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan424

More About DANIEL A. CARLSON:
Graduation: 1994, Traverse City Senior High School, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan425
Residence: 1998, 702 Rose Street, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan425

       iii.       SARAH LYNN BELL, b. January 14, 1979, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan; m. NATHAN D. BRUSH, 1999, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan.


29. BARBARA LEIGH5 GRAHAM (ILEEN ESTHER4 EMERY, HARRIET "HATTIE" BERTHA3 TRUDELL, LEVI FRANCIS2, FRANCOIS/FRANCIS/FRANK1)426,427 was born May 27, 1955 in Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan427. She met (1) JERRY. She married (2) AUBREY GOLD. She married (3) FRANCIS "FRAN" BETTELYOUN 2005 in Minnesota.

More About BARBARA LEIGH GRAHAM:
Graduation: 1973, Traverse City Senior High School, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan428
Occupation: 1998, Clinical Psychologist, University of Minnesota428
Residence: 1998, 1644 Englewood Avenue, St. Paul, Minnesota
       
Child of BARBARA GRAHAM and JERRY is:
       i.       CHRISTOPHER RYAN6 GOLD, b. August 06, 1981, Michigan.

       
Child of BARBARA GRAHAM and AUBREY GOLD is:
       ii.       JENNIKA EMERY6 GOLD, b. February 22, 1979, Michigan.


30. VICKIE MARIE5 GRAHAM (ILEEN ESTHER4 EMERY, HARRIET "HATTIE" BERTHA3 TRUDELL, LEVI FRANCIS2, FRANCOIS/FRANCIS/FRANK1)429 was born July 30, 1957 in Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan429. She married DAVID DYKSTRA 1983 in Grand Traverse County, Michigan430. He was born October 12.

More About VICKIE MARIE GRAHAM:
Residence: 2000, 1770 Radcliff Road, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan431
       
Children of VICKIE GRAHAM and DAVID DYKSTRA are:
       i.       JUSTIN6 DYKSTRA, b. November 17, 1983, Michigan.
       ii.       PATRICK DYKSTRA, b. September 10, 1985, Michigan.


31. DAVID MICHAEL5 GRAHAM (ILEEN ESTHER4 EMERY, HARRIET "HATTIE" BERTHA3 TRUDELL, LEVI FRANCIS2, FRANCOIS/FRANCIS/FRANK1)432,433 was born June 04, 1961 in Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan433. He married (1) DEBORAH JEANNE "DEBBIE" WARDELL434. She was born November 08, 1961 in Sennelager, Germany435,436, and died November 02, 2000 in Grand Traverse County, Michigan437,438,439. He married (2) LAURA. He married (3) LAURA A. HORMS 2000 in Grand Traverse County, Michigan.

More About DAVID MICHAEL GRAHAM:
Graduation: 1980, Traverse City Senior High School, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan440
Occupation: 1998, Will Driller, Bob's Well Drilling440

Notes for DEBORAH JEANNE "DEBBIE" WARDELL:
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       From the "Traverse City Record Eagle," obituaries, 5 November 2000.

       INTERLOCHEN - Deborah Jeanne Graham, 38, of Interlochen, died Thursday.
       Born Nov. 8, 1961, Sennelager, Germany, she was the daughter of Thomas R. and Jeanne M. Ghastin.
       Deborah was a 1980 graduate of Traverse City Senior High School. She was employed as a booker and dispatcher. She also volunteered many times at Benzie schools for her daughter's activities. She enjoyed outdoor activities, especially camping, volleyball, boating and picnics. She spoke fluent "Debanese."
       She is survived by her two daughters, Kristy L. and Maria A. Graham, both at home, and their father, David M. Graham of Karlin; her mother, Jeanne M. Ghastin of Traverse City; her father, Thomas R. (Magdelina) Wardell of Duelman, Germany; five sisters, Lisa R. (Michael) Ringer of Yuma, Ariz., Lynette S. (Donald) Widner of Walnut Cove, NC, Sarah M. (David) Smith of Traverse City, Micheala Wardell and Alexandria Wardell - both of Duelman, Germany; a brother Thomas Wardell of Duelman, Germany; her beloved friend, Robert Worm, Sr. and his children, Robert Jr. and Jessica of Interlochen; maternal grandmother, Clara B. Bannon of Traverse City; three nieces; one nephew, two aunts; one uncle; and many many friends.
       She was preceded in death by her paternal grandparents and maternal grandfather.
       Friends may call from 1 to 2 P.M. Tuesday at Reynolds-Jonkhoff Funeral Home in Traverse City. Memorial services will be held at 2 P.M. Tuesday at the funeral home with Rev. Glen Walters officiating.
       Memorials may be directed to a fund being established to benefit Deborah's daughters in care of her sister, Lynette S. Widner, 20471 Fewins Road, Interlochen, MI 49693.
       "She will be truly missed."       

More About DEBORAH JEANNE "DEBBIE" WARDELL:
Daughter of: Thomas R. Wardell and Jeanne M. Ghastin441
Graduation: 1980, Traverse City Senior High School, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan442
Occupation: 1998, Dispatcher, K & M Transport, Inc.442
Residence: Bet. 1998 - 2000, 20471 Fewins Road, Interlochen, Grand Traverse County, Michigan442,443
Soc. Sec. Card Issued: 1977, Michigan444
Social Security Number: 368-82-2979444
       
Children of DAVID GRAHAM and DEBORAH WARDELL are:
       i.       KRISTY L.6 GRAHAM445, b. October 21, 1985, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan.
       ii.       MARIA A. GRAHAM445, b. February 18, 1988, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan.


32. JOSEPH JOHNSON5 GOODTEACHER (ALVINA4 JOHNSON, LAVINIA3 TRUDELL, PETER2, FRANCOIS/FRANCIS/FRANK1) was born May 05, 1920 in Nebraska446, and died May 1973 in Nebraska. He married KATHLEEN C. BREECE March 02, 1946 in Yankton, Yankton County, South Dakota447. She was born 1929448.
       
Child of JOSEPH GOODTEACHER and KATHLEEN BREECE is:
       i.       MARLEEN6 GOODTEACHER, b. 1946.


Generation No. 6

33. JEFFREY ALLEN6 SWEET (JEANNE ANNE5 GRAHAM, ILEEN ESTHER4 EMERY, HARRIET "HATTIE" BERTHA3 TRUDELL, LEVI FRANCIS2, FRANCOIS/FRANCIS/FRANK1)449 was born September 07, 1969 in Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan449. He married (2) ELEANOR A. "ELLIE" ROMAN450 1990 in Grand Traverse County, Michigan451,452.
       
Child of JEFFREY ALLEN SWEET is:
       i.       JACOB RYAN7 SWEET, b. January 11, 2003, Michigan.


34. MICHAEL JAMES6 SWEET (JEANNE ANNE5 GRAHAM, ILEEN ESTHER4 EMERY, HARRIET "HATTIE" BERTHA3 TRUDELL, LEVI FRANCIS2, FRANCOIS/FRANCIS/FRANK1)453 was born September 28, 1970 in Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan454. He married CARY BELCHER455 February 1994456.
       
Children of MICHAEL SWEET and CARY BELCHER are:
       i.       ISIAH JAMES DOUGLAS7 SWEET, b. August 20, 1994, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan.
       ii.       ZACHARY SWEET, b. August 12, 1995, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan.


35. JAMESON ROBERT6 SWEET (JEANNE ANNE5 GRAHAM, ILEEN ESTHER4 EMERY, HARRIET "HATTIE" BERTHA3 TRUDELL, LEVI FRANCIS2, FRANCOIS/FRANCIS/FRANK1)457,458 was born June 20, 1977 in Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan458,459. He married ELIZABETH ROZLYN IRELAND April 17, 2000 in Clarksville, Montgomery County, Tennessee460. She was born November 12, 1978 in Clarksville, Montgomery County, Tennessee461.

More About ELIZABETH ROZLYN IRELAND:
Daughter of: Robert Luke Ireland, Jr. and Georgia Ruth Edmonson461
Graduation: May 31, 1997, (with honors) Northeast High School, Clarksville, Montgomery County, Tennessee462
Residence: November 12, 1978, 719 Central Avenue, Clarksville, Montgomery County, Tennessee463
       
Children of JAMESON SWEET and ELIZABETH IRELAND are:
       i.       JAMES PATRICK7 SWEET, b. May 20, 2000, Blanchfield Army Community Hospital, Fort Campbell, Christian County, Kentucky464.

More About JAMES PATRICK SWEET:
Baptism: April 10, 2005, Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, Clarksville, Montgomery County, Tennessee464

       ii.       JOSEPHINE LYNN SWEET, b. January 06, 2004, Gateway Medical Center, Clarksville, Montgomery County, Tennessee464.

More About JOSEPHINE LYNN SWEET:
Baptism: April 10, 2005, Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, Clarksville, Montgomery County, Tennessee464



Endnotes

1. Knox County Business Directory and Farmer List, (1890, J. M. Wolfe & Co., Publishers, Entered according to Act of Congress in 1890, in the Office of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington, D.C.).
2. 1900 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 674.
3. Civil War Pension Records, June 1890, Application # 238.115.
4. General Land Office Land Patents, (Land Records held by the Bureau of Land Management), Doc. # 218, Minneapolis, Minnesota Territory, Lot 7 of Section 33, and Lots 1, 2, and 3, of Section 32, Township 28, Range 23, and Lot 5 and 6 of Section 5, in Township 27, of Range 23.
5. General Land Office Land Patents, (Land Records held by the Bureau of Land Management), Document # 1713, Brownsville, MN, The lot numbered 1 of section 18 in township 105 of range 4 west.
6. Civil War Pension Records, 23 July 1890, certificate # 390182.
7. 1890 United States Federal Census, Veterans Schedule, Santee and Hill Township, Knox Co., NE, page 1.
8. Civil War Pension Records, June 1877, Application # 238.115.
9. Historical Data Systems of Kingston, MA, American Civil War Soldiers, Military Records of Individual Civil War Soldiers. [database online] Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 1999-..
10. Dalby, John, Minnesota Civil War Soldiers, 1999, Civil War Veterans, Orem, Ut: Ancestry, Inc..
11. Knox County Business Directory and Farmer List, (1890, J. M. Wolfe & Co., Publishers, Entered according to Act of Congress in 1890, in the Office of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington, D.C.).
12. Dalby, John, Minnesota Civil War Soldiers, 1999, Civil War Veterans, Orem, Ut: Ancestry, Inc..
13. Knox County Business Directory and Farmer List, (1890, J. M. Wolfe & Co., Publishers, Entered according to Act of Congress in 1890, in the Office of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington, D.C.).
14. 1910 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 13B.
15. 1900 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 15B.
16. Civil War Pension Records, July 1890, Certificate # 390.182, Nebraska.
17. 1900 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 15B.
18. 1910 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 13B.
19. 1900 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 15B.
20. 1910 United States Federal Census, Hill Township, Knox Co., NE, page 2B.
21. 1910 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 13A.
22. Knox County Business Directory and Farmer List, (1890, J. M. Wolfe & Co., Publishers, Entered according to Act of Congress in 1890, in the Office of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington, D.C.).
23. 1900 United States Federal Census, Hill Township, Knox Co., NE, page 21A.
24. 1910 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 11A.
25. 1900 United States Federal Census, Hill Township, Knox Co., NE, page 21A.
26. 1910 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 11A.
27. 1900 United States Federal Census, Hill Township, Knox Co., NE, page 21A.
28. Knox County Business Directory and Farmer List, (1890, J. M. Wolfe & Co., Publishers, Entered according to Act of Congress in 1890, in the Office of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington, D.C.).
29. 1900 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 11A.
30. 1900 United States Federal Census, Hill Township, Knox Co., NE, page 21A.
31. 1910 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 11A.
32. 1900 United States Federal Census, Hill Township, Knox Co., NE, page 21A.
33. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 81378.
34. 1910 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox Co., NE, page 11A.
35. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index.
36. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 81378.
37. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index.
38. 1900 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 15B.
39. 1910 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 13A.
40. 1910 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox Co., NE, page 13A.
41. Adeline S. Gnirk, The Saga of Sully Flats, (1977, Gregory Times-Advocate, Gregory, SD), page 134.
42. Interview with Ileen Esther (Emery) Graham, interviewed by Jameson Sweet, July 2002 and June 2003.
43. Knox County Business Directory and Farmer List, (1890, J. M. Wolfe & Co., Publishers, Entered according to Act of Congress in 1890, in the Office of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington, D.C.).
44. 1920 United States Federal Census, Samro, Tripp Co., SD, page 3A.
45. 1930 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 3A.
46. Adeline S. Gnirk, The Saga of Sully Flats, (1977, Gregory Times-Advocate, Gregory, SD), page 134.
47. Interview with Ileen Esther (Emery) Graham, interviewed by Jameson Sweet, July 2002 and June 2003.
48. Adeline S. Gnirk, The Saga of Sully Flats, (1977, Gregory Times-Advocate, Gregory, SD), page 134.
49. 1910 United States Federal Census, Ideal, Tripp Co., SD, page 12A.
50. 1920 United States Federal Census, Samro, Tripp Co., SD, page 3A.
51. 1910 United States Federal Census, Ideal, Tripp Co., SD, page 12A.
52. General Land Office Land Patents, (Land Records held by the Bureau of Land Management), Doc. # 07190, Gregory, SD, The southeast quarter of Section 23 in Township 97 north of Range 79 west of the 5th Principal Meridian, South Dakota.
53. 1920 United States Federal Census, Beaver Township, Tripp Co., SD, page 3A.
54. 1910 United States Federal Census, Ideal, Tripp Co., SD, page 12A.
55. Knox County Business Directory and Farmer List, (1890, J. M. Wolfe & Co., Publishers, Entered according to Act of Congress in 1890, in the Office of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington, D.C.).
56. 1910 United States Federal Census, Ideal Precinct, Tripp Co., SD, page 12A.
57. 1910 United States Federal Census, Ideal, Tripp Co., SD, page 12A.
58. General Land Office Land Patents, (Land Records held by the Bureau of Land Management), Township 99 North, Range 70 West, Section 6.
59. 1910 United States Federal Census, Ideal Precinct, Tripp Co., SD, page 12A.
60. Draft Registration Card, (World War I Draft Registration, taken 5 June 1917, 5 July 1918, and 12 September 1918), 5 June 1917.
61. Ancestry.com, Oregon Death Index, 1903-1998, 2000, Provo, UT: Ancestry.com [database online], Certificate # 5525.
62. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 49181.
63. Ancestry.com, Oregon Death Index, 1903-1998, 2000, Provo, UT: Ancestry.com [database online], Certificate # 3253.
64. Draft Registration Card, (World War I Draft Registration, taken 5 June 1917, 5 July 1918, and 12 September 1918), 5 June 1917.
65. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 49181.
66. 1910 United States Federal Census, Ideal Precinct, Tripp Co., SD, page 12A.
67. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 49181.
68. Draft Registration Card, (World War I Draft Registration, taken 5 June 1917, 5 July 1918, and 12 September 1918), 12 September 1918.
69. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 91879.
70. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index.
71. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 91879.
72. Draft Registration Card, (World War I Draft Registration, taken 5 June 1917, 5 July 1918, and 12 September 1918), 12 September 1918.
73. 1920 United States Federal Census, Township 100, Range 77, Tripp Co., SD, page 3A.
74. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 91879.
75. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index.
76. 1910 United States Federal Census, Ideal Precinct, Tripp Co., SD, page 12A.
77. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 91879.
78. 1920 United States Federal Census, Samro, Tripp Co., SD, page 3A.
79. 1910 United States Federal Census, Ideal, Tripp Co., SD, page 12A.
80. 1910 United States Federal Census, Ideal Precinct, Tripp Co., SD, page 12A.
81. 1920 United States Federal Census, Samro, Tripp Co., SD, page 3A.
82. 1910 United States Federal Census, Ideal, Tripp Co., SD, page 12A.
83. 1910 United States Federal Census, Ideal Precinct, Tripp Co., SD, page 12A.
84. Knox County Business Directory and Farmer List, (1890, J. M. Wolfe & Co., Publishers, Entered according to Act of Congress in 1890, in the Office of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington, D.C.).
85. 1900 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 15B.
86. Knox County Business Directory and Farmer List, (1890, J. M. Wolfe & Co., Publishers, Entered according to Act of Congress in 1890, in the Office of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington, D.C.).
87. 1900 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 15B.
88. Knox County Business Directory and Farmer List, (1890, J. M. Wolfe & Co., Publishers, Entered according to Act of Congress in 1890, in the Office of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington, D.C.).
89. 1900 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 15B.
90. 1910 United States Federal Census, Hill Township, Knox Co., NE, page 2B.
91. 1930 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 3A.
92. 1910 United States Federal Census, Hill Township, Knox Co., NE, page 2B.
93. 1920 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 2B.
94. 1930 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 3A.
95. 1900 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 15B.
96. 1910 United States Federal Census, Hill Township, Knox Co., NE, page 2B.
97. 1900 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 15B.
98. 1910 United States Federal Census, Hill Township, Knox Co., NE, page 2B.
99. 1930 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 3A.
100. Knox County Business Directory and Farmer List, (1890, J. M. Wolfe & Co., Publishers, Entered according to Act of Congress in 1890, in the Office of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington, D.C.).
101. 1920 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 2B.
102. Knox County Business Directory and Farmer List, (1890, J. M. Wolfe & Co., Publishers, Entered according to Act of Congress in 1890, in the Office of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington, D.C.).
103. 1900 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 15B.
104. 1910 United States Federal Census, Hill Township, Knox Co., NE, page 2B.
105. 1910 United States Federal Census, Hill Township, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox Co., NE, page 2B.
106. 1920 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 2B.
107. 1910 United States Federal Census, Hill Township, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox Co., NE, page 2B.
108. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 189952.
109. 1920 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 2B.
110. 1930 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 3A.
111. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index.
112. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 189952.
113. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index.
114. 1920 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 2B.
115. 1930 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 3A.
116. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 60897.
117. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 71996.
118. 1910 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox Co., NE, page 13B.
119. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index.
120. Draft Registration Card, (World War I Draft Registration, taken 5 June 1917, 5 July 1918, and 12 September 1918), 5 June 1917.
121. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index.
122. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 60897.
123. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 71996.
124. Draft Registration Card, (World War I Draft Registration, taken 5 June 1917, 5 July 1918, and 12 September 1918), 5 June 1917.
125. 1910 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox Co., NE, page 13A.
126. Draft Registration Card, (World War I Draft Registration, taken 5 June 1917, 5 July 1918, and 12 September 1918), 5 June 1917.
127. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index.
128. 1930 United States Federal Census, Winner Township, Tripp Co., SD, page 2A.
129. 1920 United States Federal Census, Winner, Tripp Co., SD, page 13A.
130. 1900 United States Federal Census, Genoa Indian School, Genoa Township, Nance Co., NE, page 7A.
131. General Land Office Land Patents, (Land Records held by the Bureau of Land Management), Doc. # 16553, Gregory, SD, The northeast quarter of Section 26 in Township 97 north of Range 79 west of the 5th Principal Meridian, South Dakota.
132. 1920 United States Federal Census, Winner, Tripp Co., SD, page 13A.
133. 1930 United States Federal Census, Winner Township, Tripp Co., SD, page 2A.
134. 1930 United States Federal Census, Sunrise, Platte Co., WY, page 5B.
135. 1910 United States Federal Census, Standing Rock Indian Reservation, Morton Co., ND, page 9A.
136. 1920 United States Federal Census, Menz Township, Sioux Co., ND, page 2A.
137. 1930 United States Federal Census, Sunrise, Platte Co., WY, page 5B.
138. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index.
139. Draft Registration Card, (World War I Draft Registration, taken 5 June 1917, 5 July 1918, and 12 September 1918), 12 September 1918.
140. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index.
141. 1910 United States Federal Census, Standing Rock Indian Reservation, Morton Co., ND, page 9A.
142. Draft Registration Card, (World War I Draft Registration, taken 5 June 1917, 5 July 1918, and 12 September 1918), 12 September 1918.
143. 1910 United States Federal Census, Standing Rock Indian Reservation, Morton Co., ND, page 9A.
144. 1920 United States Federal Census, Menz Township, Sioux Co., ND, page 2A.
145. Draft Registration Card, (World War I Draft Registration, taken 5 June 1917, 5 July 1918, and 12 September 1918), 12 September 1918.
146. 1930 United States Federal Census, Sunrise, Platte Co., WY, page 5B.
147. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index.
148. 1910 United States Federal Census, Standing Rock Indian Reservation, Morton Co., ND, page 9A.
149. 1920 United States Federal Census, Menz Township, Sioux Co., ND, page 2A.
150. 1910 United States Federal Census, Standing Rock Indian Reservation, Morton Co., ND, page 9A.
151. 1920 United States Federal Census, Menz Township, Sioux Co., ND, page 2A.
152. 1920 United States Federal Census, Menz Township, Sioux Co., ND, page 2B.
153. 1930 United States Federal Census, Sunrise, Platte Co., WY, page 5B.
154. 1920 United States Federal Census, Menz Township, Sioux Co., ND, page 2B.
155. Adeline S. Gnirk, The Saga of Sully Flats, (1977, Gregory Times-Advocate, Gregory, SD), page 148.
156. Interview with Ileen Esther (Emery) Graham, interviewed by Jameson Sweet, July 2002 and June 2003.
157. "The Graham Family," family records, page 2.
158. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Wednesday, 17 October 1945, page 9; Thursday, 18 October 1945, page 9.
159. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," "Mrs. Dion Dies At 81," Thursday, 25 January 1968, page 3.
160. 1910 United States Federal Census, Burke, Gregory Co.,SD, page 6A.
161. 1930 United States Federal Census, Okreek, Todd Co., SD, page 1A.
162. 1900 United States Federal Census, Genoa Indian School, Genoa Township, Nance Co., NE, page 7A.
163. South Dakota Marriage Records, # 13701.
164. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," "Mrs. Dion Dies At 81," Thursday, 25 January 1968, page 3.
165. Adeline S. Gnirk, The Saga of Sully Flats, (1977, Gregory Times-Advocate, Gregory, SD), page 148.
166. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," "Mrs. Dion Dies At 81," Thursday, 25 January 1968, page 3.
167. Adeline S. Gnirk, The Saga of Sully Flats, (1977, Gregory Times-Advocate, Gregory, SD), page 160.
168. Interview with Ileen Esther (Emery) Graham, interviewed by Jameson Sweet, July 2002 and June 2003.
169. "The Graham Family," family records, page 2.
170. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," "Draw Jury For December Term," Tuesday, 10 December 1946, page 1.
171. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," "Mrs. Dion Dies At 81," Thursday, 25 January 1968, page 3.
172. 1910 United States Federal Census, Burke, Gregory Co., SD, page 6A.
173. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," "Samuel Emery of Grawn Dies", Wednesday, 20 June 1951, page 15.
174. South Dakota Marriage Records, # 13701.
175. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," "Mrs. Dion Dies At 81," Thursday, 25 January 1968, page 3.
176. Ancestry.com, South Dakota Births, 1856-1903, 2003, MyFamily.com, [database online], Provo, UT, State File # 611483, File Date 15 September 1942.
177. 1920 United States Federal Census, Township 35, Range 27, Todd Co., SD, page 7A.
178. 1910 United States Federal Census, Burke, Gregory Co., SD, page 6A.
179. 1930 United States Federal Census, Okreek, Todd Co., SD, page 1A.
180. 1885 Dakota Territorial Census, Charles Mix Co., Dak. Ter..
181. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," "Samuel Emery of Grawn Dies", Wednesday, 20 June 1951, page 15.
182. Draft Registration Card, (World War I Draft Registration, taken 5 June 1917, 5 July 1918, and 12 September 1918), 12 September 1918.
183. South Dakota Marriage Records, # 13701.
184. Adeline S. Gnirk, The Saga of Sully Flats, (1977, Gregory Times-Advocate, Gregory, SD), page 161.
185. Vital Records of Grand Traverse County, Michigan.
186. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," "Dies Today", Tuesday, 19 June 1951, page 13.
187. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," "Samuel Emery of Grawn Dies", Wedesday, 20 June 1951, page 15.
188. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," "Mrs. Dion Dies At 81," Thursday, 25 January 1968, page 3.
189. Adeline S. Gnirk, The Saga of Sully Flats, (1977, Gregory Times-Advocate, Gregory, SD), page 147, 247.
190. "The Graham Family," family records, page 2.
191. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," "Mrs. Dion Dies At 81," Thursday, 25 January 1968, page 3.
192. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," "John Dion Dies Suddenly," Saturday, 28 September 1968, page 14.
193. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," "Dion Rites on Tuesday," Monday, 30 September 1968, page 2.
194. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index.
195. 1910 United States Federal Census, Burke, Gregory Co., SD, page 2A.
196. Draft Registration Card, (World War I Draft Registration, taken 5 June 1917, 5 July 1918, and 12 September 1918), 12 September 1918.
197. South Dakota Marriage Records, # 8169.
198. Adeline S. Gnirk, The Saga of Sully Flats, (1977, Gregory Times-Advocate, Gregory, SD), page 148.
199. Vital Records of Grand Traverse County, Michigan.
200. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index.
201. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," "John Dion Dies Suddenly," Saturday, 28 September 1968, page 14.
202. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," "Dion Rites on Tuesday," Monday, 30 September 1968, page 2.
203. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," "Mrs. Dion Dies At 81," Thursday, 25 January 1968, page 3.
204. General Land Office Land Patents, (Land Records held by the Bureau of Land Management), Township 37 North, Range 26 West, Section 18.
205. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Wednesday, 17 October 1945, page 9.
206. Draft Registration Card, (World War I Draft Registration, taken 5 June 1917, 5 July 1918, and 12 September 1918), 12 September 1918.
207. 1900 United States Federal Census, Rosebud Indian Agency, Meyer Co., SD, page 317A.
208. General Land Office Land Patents, (Land Records held by the Bureau of Land Management), Township 97 North, Range 71 West, Section 6.
209. 1910 United States Federal Census, Burke, Gregory Co., SD, page 6A.
210. Draft Registration Card, (World War I Draft Registration, taken 5 June 1917, 5 July 1918, and 12 September 1918), 12 September 1918.
211. 1920 United States Federal Census, Township 38, Range 27, Todd Co., SD, page 7A.
212. 1930 United States Federal Census, Okreek, Todd Co., SD, page 1A.
213. 1900 United States Federal Census, Rosebud Indian Reservation, Todd Co., SD, page 317A.
214. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," "Dion Rites on Tuesday," Monday, 30 September 1968, page 2.
215. Draft Registration Card, (World War I Draft Registration, taken 5 June 1917, 5 July 1918, and 12 September 1918), 12 September 1918.
216. General Land Office Land Patents, (Land Records held by the Bureau of Land Management), Township 98 North, Range 72 West, Section 25.
217. 1910 United States Federal Census, Burke, Gregory Co., SD, page 2A.
218. 1920 United States Federal Census, Scisson Township, Gregory Co., SD, page 7A.
219. Draft Registration Card, (World War I Draft Registration, taken 5 June 1917, 5 July 1918, and 12 September 1918), 12 September 1918.
220. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index.
221. Adeline S. Gnirk, The Saga of Sully Flats, (1977, Gregory Times-Advocate, Gregory, SD), page 147.
222. 1900 United States Federal Census, Rosebud Indian Reservation, Todd Co., SD, page 19A.
223. "The Graham Family," family records, page 3.
224. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," "Mrs. Stickel Rites Tuesday," Saturday, 13 April 1968, page 3.
225. 1920 United States Federal Census, Township 35, Range 27, Todd Co., SD, page 7A.
226. 1930 United States Federal Census, Mt. Clemens, Macomb Co., MI, page 1A.
227. Tombstone of Phoebe Catherine Emery, St. Mary's of Hannah Catholic Church Cemetery, Kingsley, Grand Traverse County, Michigan.
228. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," "Mrs. Stickel Rites Tuesday," Saturday, 13 April 1968, page 3.
229. Tombstone of Phoebe Catherine Emery, St. Mary's of Hannah Catholic Church Cemetery, Kingsley, Grand Traverse County, Michigan.
230. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," "Mrs. Stickel Rites Tuesday," Saturday, 13 April 1968, page 3.
231. Tombstone of Arthur F. Stickel, St. Mary's of Hannah Catholic Church Cemetery, Kingsley, Grand Traverse County, Michigan.
232. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index.
233. 1930 United States Federal Census, Sylvan Lake, Oakland Co., MI, page 3B.
234. Draft Registration Card, (World War I Draft Registration, taken 5 June 1917, 5 July 1918, and 12 September 1918), 5 June 1917.
235. Tombstone of Arthur F. Stickel, St. Mary's of Hannah Catholic Church Cemetery, Kingsley, Grand Traverse County, Michigan.
236. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index.
237. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," "Mrs. Stickel Rites Tuesday," Saturday, 13 April 1968, page 3.
238. 1930 United States Federal Census, Mt. Clemens, Macomb Co., MI, page 1A.
239. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," "Samuel Emery of Grawn Dies", Wednesday, 20 June 1951, page 15.
240. Draft Registration Card, (World War I Draft Registration, taken 5 June 1917, 5 July 1918, and 12 September 1918), 5 June 1917.
241. Tombstone of Arthur F. Stickel, St. Mary's of Hannah Catholic Church Cemetery, Kingsley, Grand Traverse County, Michigan.
242. 1930 United States Federal Census, Sylvan Lake, Oakland Co., MI, page 3B.
243. Draft Registration Card, (World War I Draft Registration, taken 5 June 1917, 5 July 1918, and 12 September 1918), 5 June 1917.
244. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index.
245. "The Graham Family," family records, page 3.
246. "Record-Eagle," Obituary, Monday, 6 February 1984, page 5.
247. 1920 United States Federal Census, Township 35, Range 27, Todd Co., SD, page 7A.
248. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index.
249. 1930 United States Federal Census, Okreek, Todd Co., SD, page 1A.
250. Michigan Department of Vital and Health Records, Michigan Death Index, 1971-1996, Database Online, Ancestry.com, 1998-.
251. "Record-Eagle," Obituary, Monday, 6 February 1984, page 5.
252. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index.
253. Michigan Department of Vital and Health Records, Michigan Death Index, 1971-1996, Database Online, Ancestry.com, 1998-.
254. "Record-Eagle," Obituary, Monday, 6 February 1984, page 5.
255. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," "Samuel Emery of Grawn Dies", Wednesday, 20 June 1951, page 15.
256. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index.
257. "The Graham Family," family records, page 3.
258. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Saturday, 10 February 1945, page 5.
259. "The Modesto Bee," Modesto, California, obituary, Friday, 2 August 1996, page B2.
260. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index.
261. California Death Index, 1940-1997, ([database online] Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 2000).
262. 1930 United States Federal Census, Okreek, Todd Co., SD, page 1A.
263. "The Modesto Bee," Modesto, California, obituary, Friday, 2 August 1996, page B2.
264. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index.
265. California Death Index, 1940-1997, ([database online] Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 2000).
266. "The Modesto Bee," Modesto, California, obituary, Friday, 2 August 1996, page B2.
267. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Saturday, 10 February 1945, page 5.
268. Vital Records of Grand Traverse County, Michigan, Marriage Records, Liber 5, page 165.
269. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Saturday, 10 February 1945, page 5.
270. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index.
271. California Death Index, 1940-1997, ([database online] Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 2000).
272. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index.
273. California Death Index, 1940-1997, ([database online] Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 2000).
274. "The Modesto Bee," Modesto, California, obituary, Friday, 2 August 1996, page B2.
275. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," "Samuel Emery of Grawn Dies", Wednesday, 20 June 1951, page 15.
276. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index.
277. California Death Index, 1940-1997, ([database online] Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 2000).
278. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index.
279. California Death Index, 1940-1997, ([database online] Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 2000).
280. 1930 United States Federal Census, Okreek, Todd Co., SD, page 1A.
281. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," "Former Grawn Girls Wed in California", Monday, 10 April 1950, page 6.
282. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," "Samuel Emery of Grawn Dies", Wednesday, 20 June 1951, page 15.
283. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," "Former Grawn Girls Wed in California", Monday, 10 April 1950, page 6.
284. Interview with Ileen Esther (Emery) Graham, interviewed by Jameson Sweet, July 2002 and June 2003.
285. 1900 United States Federal Census, Genoa Indian School, Genoa Township, Nance Co., NE, page 7A.
286. 1910 United States Federal Census, Bloomfield, Knox Co., NE, page 11B.
287. 1920 United States Federal Census, Sioux Falls, Minnehaha Co., SD, page 4A.
288. 1930 United States Federal Census, Traverse City, Grand Traverse Co., MI, page 10B.
289. 1920 United States Federal Census, Sioux Falls, Minnehaha Co., SD, page 4A.
290. 1930 United States Federal Census, Traverse City, Grand Traverse Co., MI, page 10B.
291. 1910 United States Federal Census, Bloomfield, Knox Co., NE, page 11B.
292. 1920 United States Federal Census, Sioux Falls, Minnehaha Co., SD, page 4A.
293. 1930 United States Federal Census, Traverse City, Grand Traverse Co., MI, page 10B.
294. Draft Registration Card, (World War I Draft Registration, taken 5 June 1917, 5 July 1918, and 12 September 1918), 12 September 1918.
295. 1930 United States Federal Census, Traverse City, Grand Traverse Co., MI, page 10B.
296. 1920 United States Federal Census, Sioux Falls, Minnehaha Co., SD, page 4A.
297. 1930 United States Federal Census, Traverse City, Grand Traverse Co., MI, page 10B.
298. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Tuesday, 27 May 1947, page 13.
299. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Obituary, Tuesday, 10 September 1974, page 12.
300. 1900 United States Federal Census, Genoa Indian School, Genoa Township, Nance Co., NE, page 7A.
301. 1930 United States Federal Census, Hotsprings, Fall River Co., SD, page 2A.
302. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 107597.
303. Michigan Department of Vital and Health Records, Michigan Death Index, 1971-1996, Database Online, Ancestry.com, 1998-.
304. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index.
305. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Obituary, Tuesday, 10 September 1974, page 12.
306. Michigan Department of Vital and Health Records, Michigan Death Index, 1971-1996, Database Online, Ancestry.com, 1998-.
307. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index.
308. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Obituary, Tuesday, 10 September 1974, page 12.
309. 1930 United States Federal Census, Township 38, Range 32, Todd Co. SD, page 1A.
310. 1920 United States Federal Census, Elliston Township, Gregory Co., SD, page 7A.
311. 1930 United States Federal Census, Township 38, Range 32, Todd Co., SD, page 1A.
312. Draft Registration Card, (World War I Draft Registration, taken 5 June 1917, 5 July 1918, and 12 September 1918), 5 June 1917.
313. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Obituary, Tuesday, 10 September 1974, page 12.
314. 1930 United States Federal Census, Hotsprings, Fall River Co., SD, page 2A.
315. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 107597.
316. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Obituary, Tuesday, 10 September 1974, page 12.
317. 1930 United States Federal Census, Hotsprings, Fall River Co., SD, page 2A.
318. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 107597.
319. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Obituary, Tuesday, 10 September 1974, page 12.
320. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 107597.
321. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Obituary, Tuesday, 10 September 1974, page 12.
322. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index.
323. Draft Registration Card, (World War I Draft Registration, taken 5 June 1917, 5 July 1918, and 12 September 1918), 5 June 1917.
324. 1920 United States Federal Census, Elliston Township, Gregory Co., SD, page 7A.
325. 1930 United States Federal Census, Township 38, Range 32, Todd Co., SD, page 1A.
326. 1930 United States Federal Census, Hotsprings, Fall River Co., SD, page 2A.
327. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 107597.
328. 1930 United States Federal Census, Hotsprings, Fall River Co., SD, page 2A.
329. 1920 United States Federal Census, Elliston Township, Gregory Co., SD, page 7A.
330. Draft Registration Card, (World War I Draft Registration, taken 5 June 1917, 5 July 1918, and 12 September 1918), 12 September 1918.
331. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 192833.
332. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index.
333. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 71999.
334. Draft Registration Card, (World War I Draft Registration, taken 5 June 1917, 5 July 1918, and 12 September 1918), 5 June 1917.
335. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 117010.
336. 1910 United States Federal Census, Hill Township, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox Co., NE, page 2B.
337. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index.
338. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 117010.
339. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index.
340. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 168640.
341. 1910 United States Federal Census, Hill Township, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox Co., NE, page 2B.
342. 1930 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 3A.
343. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index.
344. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 168640.
345. 1930 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 3A.
346. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index.
347. Adeline S. Gnirk, The Saga of Sully Flats, (1977, Gregory Times-Advocate, Gregory, SD), page 161.
348. "The Graham Family," family records, page 3.
349. 1920 United States Federal Census, Township 35, Range 27, Todd Co., SD, page 7A.
350. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index.
351. 1910 United States Federal Census, Burke, Gregory Co., SD, page 6A.
352. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index.
353. Vital Records of Grand Traverse County, Michigan, Marriage Records, Liber G, page 044.
354. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Obituary 4 June 1980.
355. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index.
356. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Obituary, 4 June 1980.
357. 1930 United States Federal Census, Traverse City, Grand Traverse Co., MI, page 10B.
358. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index.
359. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Obituary 4 June 1980.
360. 1930 United States Federal Census, Traverse City, Grand Traverse Co., MI, page 2B.
361. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Tuesday, 29 April 1947, page 7.
362. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Thursday, 8 March 1956, page 3.
363. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index.
364. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Tuesday, 29 April 1947, page 7.
365. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Thursday, 8 March 1956, page 3.
366. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index.
367. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Obituary 4 June 1980.
368. 1930 United States Federal Census, Traverse City, Grand Traverse Co., MI, page 10B.
369. Interview with Ileen Esther (Emery) Graham, interviewed by Jameson Sweet, July 2002 and June 2003.
370. "The Graham Family," family records, page 5.
371. 1930 United States Federal Census, Okreek, Todd Co., SD, page 1A.
372. "The Graham Family," family records, page 5.
373. Traverse City Senior High School Alumni Directory, 1998, (1998, Bernard C. Harris Publishing Company, Inc., Norfolk, VA), page 93.
374. "The Graham Family," family records, page 4.
375. 1930 United States Federal Census, Traverse City, Grand Traverse Co., MI, page 2A.
376. "The Graham Family," family records, page 4.
377. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Tuesday, 5 June 1951, page 3.
378. Traverse City Senior High School Alumni Directory, 1998, (1998, Bernard C. Harris Publishing Company, Inc., Norfolk, VA), page 93.
379. 1930 United States Federal Census, Traverse City, Grand Traverse Co., MI, page 2A.
380. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Tuesday, 5 June 1951, page 3.
381. Traverse City Senior High School Alumni Directory, 1998, (1998, Bernard C. Harris Publishing Company, Inc., Norfolk, VA), page 93.
382. 2000 Phone and Address Directory.
383. "The Graham Family," family records, page 19.
384. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Wednesday, 28 January 1948, page 6.
385. Vital Records of Grand Traverse County, Michigan, Marriage Records, License # 0016.
386. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Wednesday, 28 January 1948, page 6.
387. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," "Samuel Emery of Grawn Dies", Wednesday, 20 June 1951, page 15.
388. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," "Victim of Heavy Traffic," Monday, 26 July 1948, page 1.
389. 1930 United States Federal Census, Hotsprings, Fall River Co., SD, page 2A.
390. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," "Two Tragedies Occur During the Week-End," Monday, 10 December 1945, page 1.
391. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," "Gunshot Wound Proves Fatal," Thursday, 13 December 1945, page 1.
392. 1930 United States Federal Census, Hotsprings, Fall River Co., SD, page 2A.
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447. South Dakota Birth Records, Certificate # 242960.
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464. Certificate of Baptism, Immaculate Conception Catholic Church.



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