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13751 WEST WEBER, Weber County - Mrs. Elizabeth Southworth Dance, 44, resident of West Weber, died Sunday at 1 p.m. at the residence of her mother. Mrs. Almyra Jacobson, 496 N. 1st St., Farmington, after a lingering illness.
Mrs. Dance was born Oct 28, 1907, in Farmington, a daughter of Thomas Henry and Mary Almyra Marshall Southworth. She was educated in Davis County Schools.
On Nov, 13, 1922, she was married to John Dance in the Salt Lake Temple, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
An active member of the West Weber LDS Ward, she was a past member of the Relief Society presidency and was a Relief Society teacher at the time of her death.
Surviving are her husband, West Weber; two daughters, Mrs. Richard Hanson and Mrs. D. N. (Almyra) Hansen, West Weber, her parents, Mrs. Almyra Jacobson, Farmington and T. H. Southworth, Salt Lake City; two brothers and one sister, Edward and T. W. Southworth, Salt Lake City and Mrs. Oneita Jensen, Layton.
Lindquist and Sons' Mortuary will announce funeral arrangements. 
Southworth, Elizabeth (I38198)
 
13752 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I14236)
 
13753 Westby Colbenson, Lillian (I38857)
 
13754 Westminster – James "Jim" Girdner, 87, husband of 62 years to Mary Ann Funk Girdner, Chickasaw Point, passed away Friday, January 3, 2014 at the Cottingham Hospice House.

Born in Clifton, AZ, he was the son of the late James William and Lola Winifred McBride Girdner. Mr. Girdner was retired from Oliver Rubber Company, was an avid Cabinet Maker, a member of the Chickasaw Men's Club, of the American Legion Post 66 in Decatur, GA, and a member of St. Paul the Apostle Catholic Church. He also was a Veteran of the United States Navy serving during World War II.

Survivors in additionto his wife, Mary, include two sons, James William Girdner of Westminster, and Joseph Eugene Girdner and wife Cindy of Fargo, ND; daughters, Lucinda (Cindy) Ellen Morris and husband Stuart of Matthews, NC, Clare Elizabeth Marcum and husband Jon of Woodstock, GA, Mary (Molly) Elaine Whatley and husband John of Asheville, NC, and Carolyn Ann Buckley and husband Ken of Suwanee, GA; eight grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren.

In addition to his parents, he is preceded in death by son, Michael Edward Girdner, and brothers, Robert and Michael C. Girdner.

Funeral mass will be held at 1 pm on Saturday, January, 18 at St Paul the Apostle Catholic Church, 170 Bountlyland Road, Seneca, South Carolina with internment and reception to follow at the church. 
Girdner, James Jim (I21153)
 
13755 Westmont, IL Palmlund, Gayle M. (I6788)
 
13756 when another child named Elijah was born Lounsbury, Elijah (I18599)
 
13757 When but 12 years of age he went as a clerk in his brother Hiram's store in New York City, where in a few years he came to be the proprietor. He was a director in the Broadway Fire Insurance Company, and trustee and treasurer of St. Paul's M. E. Church, New York City. On the death of his wife, in 1891, he went to Poughkeepsie to reside with his daughter, Mrs. Floy M. Johnston, where he died. Forrester, George (I29014)
 
13758 When Christian's brother Nils (1758-1826) got married, he was an old bachelor of 51 years, and he got no family. After his death his widow Malena Rasmusdaughter Gjerstad married the shoomaker Peder Jacobsen Guin. They had nor a family. In 1831 the farm Guin N. 337 was sold to the brother of Malena, Ole Rasmussen Gjerstad. Guin, Niels Olsen (I2159)
 
13759 When Richard Lounsberry arrived in Colonial American form Yorkshire, England is uncertain. The earliest written record found of him is his license to marry Elizabeth Pennoyer dated 1 Aug 1670, issued in New York.
Richard and Elizabeth settled in Rye, New York where they raised five children. At the time, Rye was part of Connecticut. Settlement of a border dispute in 1703 placed it in New York State. The two younger sons, Michael and Henry, lived in Stamford.

RICHARD LOUNSBURY, of Rye, Westchester Co., N. Y., in 1672, died by 8 Dec. 1694, testate. He married, by License, and as "Lownesbury", 1 Aug. 1670, ELIZABETH "PENRYE", who, aged twenty-four, 8 Jan. 1677, was living in 1694, daughter of Robert Pennoyer. Nothing is known of the antecedants of Richard Lounsbury.
According to Baird's "Rye", (1871), pages 421-422, Richard was a proprietor there of Penungs Neck in 1672, and also held property in White Plains, Westchester Co., where he removed between 1673 and 1682, selling part of his Rye land. However, he kept his land in Rye at Budds Neck, which by his will of 2 Jan. 1690 (?), he left to his wife, Elizabeth, and to his elder sons.
His will, proved 7, or 8, Dec. 1694, mentioned wife, Elizabeth, and daughter, Mary; gave to son John, a bed, etc.; and to sons Thomas and Michael, all his rights at White Plains; to his son, Henry, his rights in "Raccone Ridge", and Lame Wills Purchase; required his son Richard's £10 note, "when time is out according to bargain". The widow Elizabeth was administratrix. (SelleckJacobus: "Miner Ancestry", 1928.)
Westchester Deeds, C:320, deals with the estate of this Richard Lounsbury, and also refers to the Westchester Wills. Lounsbury had left his lands in White Plains to his sons, Thomas and Michael; the latter sold out his portion. The will, 1690-1694, recorded in the Westchester Deeds, B:188, mentions daughter, Mary, but she was omitted from the Will. (Record, 49:300; also see 54:397)
Although son Henry Lounsbury's birth is recorded in Stamford, it is exceedingly doubtful if Richard ever resided there.
Children, probably all born in Rye: Mary, John, Thomas, Michael, Henry, Richard.

Born 1634 in Broxa, Hackness Parish, Yorkshire, England. Died in Rye between 1691 and 1694 
Lounsbury, Richard (I13433)
 
13760 When seven-year old Douglas Eggen went Into his father's bedroom about 7 a. m. today to call him, he returned to his mother and said "Daddy doesn't answer." The child's mother entered the bedroom and found that her husband, Ambrose Eggen, station agent here on the Milwaukee railroad for more than 20 years, was dead. A.physician was called and pronounced death as having been caused by heart trouble from which Mr. Eggen had been suffering for almost two years. He died several hours before the body was found, the doctor said. The coroner was not called. Mr. Eggan was born In Rushford Dec. 17, 1879 , and spent most of his life here. He was 52 years old. He was an employee of the Milwaukee road for more than 35 years and served as station agent at Fairmont, Albert Lea and Isinours in addition to Rushford. On March 4, 1921, at Winona he married Miss Alma Munson of Cashton, Wis. Surviving are his wife; six small children, John, Elaine, Douglas, Allen, Matthew and Joan; four brothers, Alfred of Chicago and Conrad, Daniel and Edgar of Rushford and one sister, Mrs. N. E. Colbenson of Rushford. Funeral services will be conducted Friday at 1:30 p. m. at the home and at 2 p. m. at the Rushford Norwegian Lutheran church with burial in the Lutheran cemetery here.-The Rev. N. S. Otterstad will officiate.

1885 MN State Census, Rushford City, Fillmore Co., John Eggen 36, Olina 34, Bertha 13, Alfred 9, Conrad 7, Ambrose 5, Daniel 1, Baby 1/12

1930 US Census, Minmesota, Fillmore, Rushford, Ambrose I. Eggen, owns home valued 5000, owns radio, age 49, first married age 40, agent depot, with wife Alma J. 29, born WI, children John R. 8, Elaine L. 6, Douglas A. 4, E. Allen 3-2/12, R. Mathew 1-3/12

Ambrose (Brose) worked for the Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific railroad for most of his adult life. His work was along the spur line (running through Rushford) from LaCrosse WI to Austin or Albert Lea MN. As a young man he lost both legs above the knee as a result of severe frostbite suffered while he waited in the freezing cold for a train. He first lost one leg and then because of the severe pain he asked that the other leg also be amputated this without informing his parents or others of his family). He became a telegrapher and depot agent and was eventually assigned to the depot in Rushford where he worked until his death. In Rushford he met and married Alma Monson who was working as a secretary at the woolen mill in Rushford. The obituary in the Rushford newspaper dated 9-1-32 states that Ambrose 'died in his sleep the night of Tues-Wed prior, ie Wed 8-24-32. He was found dead that morning (probable cause: heart attack) by his 7 year old son Douglas. Several sources list name as Ingvald Ambrosius. His youngest sister Florence had it as Ingvall Ambrosius. The name on the headstone and name he went by in Rushford in '20s and 30's was Ambrose Ingvald.

1 Sep 1932, Ambrose Eggen 52, died Aug. 23

Headstone at Rushford Lutheran Cemetery shows birth year of 1878.
Alternate birthdate: 18 Dec 1879
Alternate death date: 24 Aug 1932
Alternate marriage date: 5 Mar 1921

Ingvall Ambrosius Eggen, born 17 Dec 1879, baptized 18 Jan 1880, witnesses: Nils Guliksen, Beret Guliksen, Anton Reinert, Leeane Reinert

Suit Over Estate Of Rushford Man Taken From Jury
Settlement Made to Give Widow of Ambrose Eggen $1,302.23. Preston, Minn. —(Special to The Republican-Herald)— Settlement of the estate of the late Ambrose I. Eggen, one of four Rushford brothers engaged In the automobile, gasoline, oil and farm implement business, was taken from the Jury In district court here today by Judge Norman E. Peterson and accomplished by the court following a lengthy discussion between the Judge and attorneys for both sides in the suit over the estate. Under the terms of the settlement Mr. Eggen's wife Is to receive $1,302.23, to be paid "severally and Jointly" by Eggen's brothers, C. A., Dan E. and Edgar Eggen, partners In the J. Eggen & Sons firm. The matter was brought to district court for settlement in two cases but they were tried Jointly. One was an appeal from a probate court decision regarding the division of the deceased Eggen brother's share of the business and other property. The three brothers were appellants and Alfred J. Eggen, an administrator of the estate of Ambrose I. Eggen, was the respondent. Clarence Hengel and H. M. Lamberton, Jr., were counsel for the respondent and Henry A. Larson and Philip B. Gartner of Preston represented the appellants. Sought Share, The other case was a suit brought by the administrator of the estate of the dead brother against the other three for the recovering of a share of the value of the business. Ambrose Eggen died in 1932, leaving his wife and six small children, without making a will and the process of probating his estate is now going on in the county. It was brought out in the trial that no records of the partnership between the brothers were kept and there appeared to be no agreement in writing or any partnership. Most of the evidence in the case was heard Monday and during most of the morning today the attorneys and Judge Peterson conferred regarding a settlement, going back into the history of the business for 17 years. 
Eggen, Ambrose Ingvald (I12524)
 
13761 When the inventory of William Adams estate was taken 6 Sep 1655, the two Adams children were listed, together with Samuel Heacock, age 12, and Joseph Heacock, age 10
Sergt., Waterbury Trainband
Inv. 28 Feb 1694/5, taken by Timothy Stanley, John Hopkins, and Thomas Judd. Children's ages: Samuel 26, William 22, Thomas 20, Joseph 17, Stephen 11, Benjamin 9, Ebenezer 2, Hannah 24, Mary 14, Elizabeth 12, Mercy 6.

Sergeant Samuel HIckock was in Farmington 1673, removed to Waterbury where he was one of the original settlers about 1677. She was admitted to the communion of the Church of Farmington 1 Mar 1679/80. He was one of the assignees of the first Indian deeds and is named in all Fence divisions and proprietors lists. Called Sergeant in 1686, Townsman in 1682. "He was one of the leading men of the settlement and died at his post, at a critical time when men of the right stamp could be poorly spared."
Heacox, Sargt. Samuel, Waterbury; Inventory of £434:00:00, taken March 1694/5 by Timothy Stanley, John Hopkins and Thomas Judd the Smith; some of the estate was situated in Farmington: Inventory £10, taken by John Stanley, Jr., Samuel Wadsworth. The children: Samuel, age 26; William 22, Thomas 20; Joseph 17; Stephen 11; Benjamin 9; Ebenezer 2; Hannah 24; Mary 14; Elizabeth 12; Mercy 6 years of age.

Samuel Hickox, proprietor, with twenty-five men, all of Farmington, sent a petition to the General Court of Hartford on October 9, 1673, asking that Mattatuck (Waterbury) be made a plantation. On May 31, 1680, he and John Welton were made the selectmen of the new settlement. He was one of the assignees of the first Indian deed. He was appointed sergeant when the first train-band was organized. Connecticut Probate Records show that, on June 21, 1681, Samuel Hickox, as the husband of Hannah Upson, "discharged Father Scott on account of Father Upson's estate."

Known descendants of the marriage of Hannah Upson and Samuel Hickox are : Joan Gillett and Constance Elizabeth, daughters of Dr. Selirn W. McArthur, of Chicago, Ill. Also Eunice, Fanny and Eleanor MacKenzie of Southington; Mrs. Mabel (Dibble) Jordan (S. B.) of White Plains, N. Y.; Mrs. Hazel (Baker) Clark (S. P.) of Cleveland, Ohio; and Mrs. Mary (Camp) Hooton (E. A.), Cambridge, Mass.; Charles N. and Paul Hickok of Cleveland, Ohio. 
Hickock, Sgt. Samuel (I13454)
 
13762 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I6409)
 
13763 while on vacation Matson, Almer Chester (I6225)
 
13764 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I6368)
 
13765 White Bear Lake, MN Dvergsten, Russel Val Jene (I6230)
 
13766 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I7364)
 
13767 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I35863)
 
13768 Whitney's Genealogy says of her that presumably this is the Esther Keeler whose marriage to Uriah Richards, Sept. 17, 1800, is found on the records at New Canaan, Conn. Keeler, Esther (I28126)
 
13769 whooping cough Colbenson, Ardis Lillian (I38662)
 
13770 Wichita KS United States Steindler, John J., 80, retired Beech Methods System Analyst, died peacefully at home on Feb. 1, 2006. He was preceded in death by his parents, Seymour and Alice Steindler; brother, Jim Steindler and an infant sibling. Survivors: wife; stepdaughter; daughters; sons; 8 grandchildren; 4 great-grandchildren Steindler, John J. (I19171)
 
13771 Wichita, KS
Of California on 8 Apr 1948
1910 US Census, Kansas, Sedgwick, Wichita, George K, Purves, 37, married once for 5 years, born WI, father born USA, mother born WI, Practicing Doctor, wife Lucy, 28, married once for 5 years, mother of 2 children 2 living, born KS, parents born KS, son George K. Jr. 6/12, born KS, son Hermann 4, born KS, lodger Charley Yonker, 30, Lawyer Bar, brother Charley Purves, 28, single, born WI, traveling salesman

1920 US Census, Missouri, Jackson, Kansas City, Charles L. Purves, 43, born WI, Bus. Manager Tin Co., wife Lyle 45, born IA, sister-in-law Edith Hoyt 49, single, born IA

1930 US Census, California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, Charles L. Purves, owns home valued 12500, age 53, salesman, wife Lyle 53 
Purves, Charles Lambert (I19596)
 
13772 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I6989)
 
13773 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I33531)
 
13774 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I33533)
 
13775 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I12560)
 
13776 Wicks-Jan. 12, 1949. Robert L Wicks of 131 Maplewood Avenue. Survived by his wife, Monnie Parkell Wicks: five sons, Robert P., William G., Joseph A., Roger L., and Norman E., one brother, Clarence P., one sister, Mrs. Sarah T. Yeomans; five grandchildren, several great-grandchildren.

1910 US Census, New York, Onondaga, Onondaga, John R. Parkell, 57, married once 28 years, born NY, parents born NY, carpenter home building, wife Alice L., 48, married once 28 years, mother of 1 child 1 living, born NY, father born MA, mother born NY, daughter Minnie Wicks, 23, married once 5 years, born NY, son in law Robert L. Wicks, 25, married once 5 years, born SD, father born England, mother born unknown, electrician independent phones co., grandson Robert P. L., 3, born NY, grandson Gaylord, 6/12, born NY

1920 US Census, New York, Onondaga, Onondaga, Robert Wicks, 36, born Dakota, parents born Dakota, electrician steel mill, wife Minnie, 32, born NY, parents born NY, son Robert P., 13, born NY, son Gaylord, 10, born NY, son Junior, 2, born NY, mother in law Alice Parkell, 58, widow, born NY

1930 US Census, New York, Onondaga, Syracuse, Robert L. Wicks, owns home, owns radio, 43, first married 22, born SD, father born England, mother born NY, contractor painter, wife Minnie P., 42, first married 21, born NY, parents born NY, son Junior, 13, born NY, son Roger L., 11, born NY, son Norman E., 5, born NY, mother in law Alice Perkell, 58 (sic), widow, born NY, dress maker dress shop

1940 US Census, New York, Onondaga, Syracuse, Robert Wicks, 54, education 8, born IA, Painter University, wages 1080, wife Minnie, 52, education H1, born NY, son Roger, 18, education H4, born NY, clerk ice cream store, son Norman, 14, education 7, born NY, mother in law Alice Parkell, 79, widow, education 8, born NY 
Wicks, Robert Logan (I37200)
 
13777 Wid. Benjamin Newberry of Windsor; he div. her 1716 Dewey, Hannah (I18730)
 
13778 Widow Abigail ____ Judson Abigail (I39323)
 
13779 Widow Adalina Wallace Barber. Wallace, Adalina (I28580)
 
13780 Widow Amanda Purdy Hitchcock. Purdy, Amanda (I28930)
 
13781 Widow Amanda Watson Carr. Watson, Amanda (I29215)
 
13782 Widow Ann Thatcher Thatcher, Ann (I26841)
 
13783 Widow Anna M. Purdy Smith Purdy, Anna M. (I29775)
 
13784 Widow Arethusa Rice Palmer. She died at Butternuts, NY at the home of her son-in-law, William Burnside. Rice, Arethusa (I27890)
 
13785 Widow Betsey Benedict Fry. She was still living in Bridgeport in 1892. Benedict, Betsey (I28961)
 
13786 Widow Betsey Pardee Jessup, sister of Uriah Townsend's first wife, Sarah Pardee. Pardee, Betsy (I28355)
 
13787 Widow Dorinda A. Palmer Adee, Dorinda (I29063)
 
13788 Widow Elizabeth McFarden Barsley. McFarden, Elizabeth (I29002)
 
13789 Widow Elizabeth Smith Hamilton. Smith, Elizabeth (I27682)
 
13790 Widow Esther Couch Mead Couch, Esther (I27130)
 
13791 Widow Hannah Carll Hannah (I40745)
 
13792 Widow Hannah Dunning Dunning, Hannah (I18475)
 
13793 Widow Hannah Dunning Keeler Dunning, Hannah (I27502)
 
13794 Widow Jessie Goodman Hoyt Goodman, Jessie (I29628)
 
13795 Widow Julia B. Field Lathrop Field, Julia B. (I29939)
 
13796 Widow Karen Anfindsdtr Hegli-Guin Hegli-Guin, Karen Anfindsdtr (I2547)
 
13797 Widow Lucy Eaton Day Eaton, Lucy (I27395)
 
13798 Widow Lydia Crosby Norris. Crosby, Lydia (I28958)
 
13799 Widow Martha Beard. Her husband died enroute to America and his name is not known. She was admitted to the church in Milford 1 Nov 1640 and she had lot #54 consisting of 4 acres 1 rod on what is now known as Broad Street. For further on this family see the Beard Genealogy. She died 11 Jun 1649 Milford.

Widow Beard received extra land during the Milford division due to her "affliction". 
Martha (I39966)
 
13800 Widow Mary L. Smith. Smith, Mary L. (I29740)
 

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