Selected Schueth_Rice_Families and Individuals

Notes


Dr Major H Hunter

DWS: in father's 1900 census at Fremont Ward 2, Dodge county, Nebraska
Dentist
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DWS: From "History of the Elkhorn Valley" ca 1892 978.2 El5a c.1: page 694:
"Dr. Major H. Hunter, prominent among the dentists of Fremont, came to that
city and opened his dental parlors June 1, 1891. He came from North Carolina,
where he was born and reared, the date of his birth being March 17, 1863. He is
the son of Major W. and Sarah (Gough) Hunter, who were also natives of North
Carolina and of English extraction; our subject being the fourth generation
from England. There were four brothers who came to America about 1760, two
locating in Virginia, and two in Forsythe Co, North Carolina, our subject
descending from the last named. When but eight years of age, our subject was
left an orphan; his parents both died in August of that year, leaving a family
as follows: Our subject, his brother James F. and two sisters, now deceased.
Upon the death of his parents, the man of whom we write had to face the cold
world alone. For four years he lived with a farmer, then changed his home againliving with a farmer, until he was nineteen years of age, working all this time
for his board and clothes. After which he began to receive wages, and attended
school during the winter. When twenty-one years of age, he commenced teaching
school winters, and clerked during the summer season in a general store. When
twenty-five years of age, he commenced studying dentistry by attending the
Baltimore College of Dental Surgery, from which he graduated March 20, 1890,
taking a two year course. He then commenced to practice his profession in North
Carolina; having applied himself in his native State, in the practice of his
profession in 1891, locating in Fremont in June of that year. He is thorough in
all that he undertakes, and has mastered his profession to a good degree. He is
at present the only graduate dentist in Fremont.
Politically, he is a Republican. He was united in marriage February 18,
1887, to Miss Mary D. Wilson, daughter of Doctor Henry C. and Amelia (Hauser)
Wilson, natives of Massachusetts and North Carolina, respectively. Mrs. Hunter
was born in North Carolina, March 9, 1866. Our subject and his wife are the
parents of one child; Esther Amelia, born March 22, 1888. Mrs. Hunter is a
member of the Christian Church."


Esther Amelia Hunter

DWS: in father's 1900 census at Fremont Ward 2, Dodge county, Nebraska


Byron Wilson Hunter

DWS:
in father's 1900 census at Fremont Ward 2, Dodge county, Nebraska
dob from World War I Draft Registration Cards - Knox County, Nebraska; Roll: 1711703; Draft Board: 2. 1917-1918
with parents census in 1920 at Fremont Ward 2, Dodge county, Nebraska
soc sec death rec:
Name: Byron Hunter
SSN: 326-32-4570
Last Residence: 90036 Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California, United States of America
Born: 17 Dec 1896
Died: Sep 1967
State (Year) SSN issued: Illinois (1955-1956)


James Alexander Purtlebaugh

From Jo Nelle (Conger-Wagner) Linnaus Records: Birth & Mar. dates, places.
"Shown as 20 in 1850 census and 40 in 1870 census."


Owen Kenneth Conger

Maxine Crowell Leonard's CONGER FAMILY OF AMERICA I: pg: 137
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other source shows date of birth as 1898


Amos Purtlebaugh

DWS: from http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/w/a/r/Donald-R-Warth/WEBSITE-0001/UHP-0072.html
shown as Amos Purtlebaugh father to George b. abt 1752


Van E Crocker

From Jo Nelle (Conger-Wagner) Linnaus Records: "One son, Van".
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DWS: WW I draft registration at Thurston county, WA 1917-1918:
Living at Olympia, WA
b. 24 Aug 1891 Fenton, Illinois
was a ship moulder at Sloan Shipyards Corp, in Olympia WA
had served 2 years with the Washington Nat Guard as a private.
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DWS: 1920 Census Seatle, King county, Washington
Head - Crocker, Van age 28, b. Illinois, father b. Illinois, mother b. Virginia ??, was a renter, worked as a Revenue Agent for US Govt.
Wife - Anita age 25, b. South Dakota, Father b. South Dakota, mother b. Iowa, not working.
no children
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DWS: 2 April 1930 Census Seatle, King county, Washington
Head - Crocker, Nan E (should be Van) age 37, was aged 20 w/ married, b. Illinois, father b. Michigan, mother b. West Virginia,owned home worth $6000, worked as a auditor in a Federal Office
no children listed
Wife - Anita I age 35, b. Iowa, as were both parents, not working.
no children


Raymond Keil

name From Jo Nelle (Conger-Wagner) Linnaus
DWS: 1930 census has him living with his mother in California. He was a widower with a 9 year old daughter. His wife was b. in Illinois


Hillary Thomas Lee

From Jo Nelle (Wagner-Conger) Linnaus Records: Birth, Marriage and Death dates
and places. "age 84 yrs"


Elcy (Alcy) (Alice) Garner

From Jo Nelle (Conger-Wagner) Linnaus Records: Birth and Death dates, places.
"In Elsey Clark will. Died at age 40 y 1 m 29 days."
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DWS: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSsr=241&GSmcid=46928116&GRid=66342495&
shown as Elcy
Birth: Jun. 30, 1809
North Carolina, USA
Death: Aug. 28, 1849
burial:Walker Cemetery Madison County, Indiana
Inscription:
wife of Hillary Lee
Died: 28 August 1849
Aged: 40y, 1m, 29d.


Elcy M Lee

DWS: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSsr=241&GSmcid=46928116&GRid=66342495&
Inscription:
Elcy M., dau of H & E Lee
Died: 1 September 1849
Aged: 9m, 22d.