Selected Schueth_Rice_Families and Individuals

Notes


Hyacinthe Lesperance L'Esperance

DWS: Black Hills Weekly Pioneer (Deadwood, South Dakota) 2 Oct 1880, Sat Page 3
Hyacinthe of Quebec Canada who was in and out of Deadwood as early as 2 Oct 1880. He had unclaimed mail awaiting him at the Post Office.
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DWS: Black Hills Weekly Times (Deadwood, South Dakota) 18 Apr 1885, Sat Page 2.
Hyacinth's widow was living in Quebec and was guardian of 3 children and an estate valued at $300.
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Oliver Ernest Stringer

DWS: His family homesteaded near Dubois, WY and were well known.
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DWS: ancestry.com: in the U.S., World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918
Name: Ernest O Stringer
County: Fremont
State: Wyoming
Birthplace: Bainbridge, Ross Co, OH
Birth Date: 28 Jun 1889
Race: Caucasian (White)
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DWS: http://wyoarchives.state.wy.us/pdf/BlueBookFinal.pdf
Operated a tourist cabin camp listed as a Historic Site
"Historic Sites
DTwin Pines Lodge and Cabin Camp
218 West Ramshorn in Dubois
Named in 1941 after twelve years in business, the Twin Pines Lodge and Cabin Camp is a wonderful combination of tourist cabins and a small log lodge. In 1929, the camp began as a basic cabin camp with small frame cabins under the direction and ownership of local businessman O. E. Stringer. As his business flourished, Stringer built his new cabins and service buildings with rustic style of log architecture. The camp’s lodge, finished in 1941, is a wonderful regional example of log architecture with arts and crafts detailing.
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DWS: 1930 Fed census Dubois, Fremont, Wyoming
O Ernest Stringer 41 head b. Ohio as were parents, was 22 at 1st marr, Garage proprietor
Ethel B Stringer 37 wife b. Washington, was 18 at 1st marr, Bookkeeper at Garage, parents b. Kansas
Leola Stringer 18 dau single, b. Wyoming, fa b. Ohio, mo b. Washington
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DWS: Arizona Republic (Phoenix, Arizona) 5 Feb 1947, Wed Page 1
" Gun Victim Found Dead In Burned Bed
PRESCOTT, Feb. 4-(AP)
O. E. Stringer, 60 years old, was found dead of a bullet wound in a charred bed in his home here today. Coroner George W. Fryer reported.
Fryer did not say how he believes the wound was inflicted.
The interior of Stringer's room was badly damaged by fire. Stringer was alone in the house."
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DWS: Tucson Daily Citizen (Tucson, Arizona) 5 Feb 1947, Wed Page 1
"Suicides After Ex-Mate Killed
PRESCOTT, Feb. 5. Scarcely more than 24 hours after the blackened and twisted body of her divorced husband, with a bullet wound in the head, was found in the fire-gutted bedroom of their Mile High park home at dawn Tuesday, the body of Mrs. Esther P. Stringer was found Wednesday morning hanging from water pipes in the bathroom of a Prescott boarding house.
The body of the 56-year-old woman, barefoot and clad in a red woolen dress, was discovered by her son-in-law, Gerald J. Connelly, of Date Creek, who arrived here with his wife, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stringer, Tuesday night following news of his father-in-law's death.
Connelly called sheriff's officers after viewing the body through a transom when he failed to arouse his mother-in-law after repeated knocking on the door of the room she occupied.
Officers broke down the door, locked from the inside, with the key in the lock. They found her body hanging from the water pipes in the bathroon adjacent to hers.
A note, scrawled in lipstick on the back of an envelope containing canceled checks, among which was one made out to 'cash' In the sum of S15,000, was found in a small table in the bedroom.
'Life is to ugly to be borne any longer,' the note read. 'I did not do it. Forgive me, darling. give the Sipes $1,000. They are good people.'
The note was apparently addressed to her daughter, Mrs. Leola Connelly. A purse found beside the envelope comained $56 in cash.
The coroner's jury has not yet returned a verdict in the death of Stringer.
An inquest jury late Wednesday found the woman's death to he suicide and that of Stringer 'at the hands of himsrlf or of person or persons unknown.'"
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Esther Bee Henton

DWS: Arizona Republic (Phoenix, Arizona) 5 Feb 1947, Wed Page 1
" Gun Victim Found Dead In Burned Bed
PRESCOTT, Feb. 4-(AP)
O. E. Stringer, 60 years old, was found dead of a bullet wound in a charred bed in his home here today. Coroner George W. Fryer reported.
Fryer did not say how he believes the wound was inflicted.
The interior of Stringer's room was badly damaged by fire. Stringer was alone in the house."
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DWS: Tucson Daily Citizen (Tucson, Arizona) 5 Feb 1947, Wed Page 1
"Suicides After Ex-Mate Killed
PRESCOTT, Feb. 5. Scarcely more than 24 hours after the blackened and twisted body of her divorced husband, with a bullet wound in the head, was found in the fire-gutted bedroom of their Mile High park home at dawn Tuesday, the body of Mrs. Esther P. Stringer was found Wednesday morning hanging from water pipes in the bathroom of a Prescott boarding house.
The body of the 56-year-old woman, barefoot and clad in a red woolen dress, was discovered by her son-in-law, Gerald J. Connelly, of Date Creek, who arrived here with his wife, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stringer, Tuesday night following news of his father-in-law's death.
Connelly called sheriff's officers after viewing the body through a transom when he failed to arouse his mother-in-law after repeated knocking on the door of the room she occupied.
Officers broke down the door, locked from the inside, with the key in the lock. They found her body hanging from the water pipes in the bathroon adjacent to hers.
A note, scrawled in lipstick on the back of an envelope containing canceled checks, among which was one made out to 'cash' In the sum of S15,000, was found in a small table in the bedroom.
'Life is to ugly to be borne any longer,' the note read. 'I did not do it. Forgive me, darling. give the Sipes $1,000. They are good people.'
The note was apparently addressed to her daughter, Mrs. Leola Connelly. A purse found beside the envelope comained $56 in cash.
The coroner's jury has not yet returned a verdict in the death of Stringer.
An inquest jury late Wednesday found the woman's death to he suicide and that of Stringer 'at the hands of himsrlf or of person or persons unknown.'"
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DWS: Ancestry.com: U.S., Social Security Applications and Claims Index, 1936-2007
Name: Ethel Bee Stringer
[Ethel Bee Henton]
Gender: Female
Race: White
Birth Date: 6 Dec 1894
Birth Place: Spokane, Washington
Father: Matthew Henton
Mother: Mary A Hough
Type of Claim: Original SSN.
Notes: Nov 1942: Name listed as ETHEL BEE STRINGER
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George G Vanden Heuvel

DWS: 1940 Fed Census Vanderbroek, Outagamie, Wisconsin
Name: George J Vanden Heuvel
Respondent: Yes
Age: 48
Estimated birth year: abt 1892
Gender: Male
Race: White
Birthplace: Wisconsin
Marital Status: Married
Relation to Head of House: Head
Home in 1940: Vanderbroek, Outagamie, Wisconsin
Farm: Yes
Inferred Residence in 1935: Vanderbroek, Outagamie, Wisconsin
Residence in 1935: Same House
Resident on farm in 1935: Yes
Sheet Number: 6A
Number of Household in Order of Visitation: 90
Occupation: Farmer
House Owned or Rented: Owned
Value of Home or Monthly Rental if Rented: 1200
Attended School or College: No
Highest Grade Completed: Elementary school, 8th grade
Hours Worked Week Prior to Census: 70
Class of Worker: Working on own account
Income Other Sources: Yes
Name Age
George J Vanden Heuvel 48
Anna Vanden Heuvel 47
Edna Vanden Heuvel 20
Raymond Vanden Heuvel 18
Rose M Vanden Heuvel 16
Cyril Vanden Heuvel 14
Theresa Vanden Heuvel 12
George Vanden Heuvel 9
Myra Vanden Heuvel 7
Adeline Vanden Heuvel 3
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DWS: ancestry.com: in the U.S., World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942
Name: George John VanDen Heuvel
Age: 50
Race: White
Birth Date: 2 Apr 1892
Birth Place: Town of Vandenbroek, Wisconsin, USA
Residence Year: 1942
Residence: Town of Vandenbroek, Wisconsin, USA
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