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Humphrey Mapted / Susan Weald


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Humphrey Mapted / Susan Weald

Husband: Humphrey Mapted
Born: ABT 1564at: Trenton, Essex, England
Married: 9 May 1580at:
Died: AFT 25 Aug 1594at:
Father:
Mother:
Sources: [1419]
Wife: Susan Weald
Born: ABT 1568at: Trenton, Essex, England
Died: at:
Father:
Mother:
Sources: [1420]
Children
Name: Ann Mapted [717]
Born: 1592at: Trenton, Essex, England
Married: at:  
Died: 11 Jan 1642at: Ironmongers Lane, Fenchurch Street, London, England
Spouses: Thomas Adams


Pedigree Chart for: Humphrey Mapted

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Pedigree Chart for: Susan Weald

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Emperor of The Holy Roman Empire Charlemagne / Mathalbard (Hathalgard)

Husband: Emperor of The Holy Roman Empire Charlemagne
Born: 2 Apr 0742at: Ingelheim, Rheinhessen, Hesse-Darmstadt
Married: at:  
Died: 28 Jan 0813at: Aachen, Rhineland, Prussia
Father: Pepin 'The Short' Franks
Mother: Bertrada Countess of Laon
Notes: [3737]
Wife: Mathalbard (Hathalgard)
Born: 0766at: Aachen, Rhineland, Prussia, Germany
Died: at:
Father:
Mother:
Notes: [11245]
Children

Pedigree Chart for: Emperor of The Holy Roman Empire Charlemagne

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Pedigree Chart for: Mathalbard (Hathalgard)

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[3737] Charlemagne, Emperor Of The Holy Roman Empire, King of the Franks was king of the Franks from AD 768 to 814 and 'Emperor of the Romans' from 800 to 814. He became a key figure in the development of western Europe's medieval civilization. By his almost constant military campaigns, Charlemagne created a vast empire in the West which included much of the western part of the old Roman Empire as well as some new territory. He was the first Germanic ruler to assume the title of emperor, and the 'empire' he revived lasted in one form or another for a thousand years. Culturally and politically, he left his mark on the newly rising civilization of the West. Probably no ruler of the early Middle Ages better deserved the title of 'The Great.' Charlemagne was the son of Pepin the Short, and the grandson of Charles Martel. From 768 to 771, Charlemagne shared Pepin's kingdom with his brother, Carloman. When Carloman died, Charlemagne became sole ruler. He took up with energy the work begun by his father and grandfather. His first step was to repress his hostile neighbors. Charlemagne gained wide acclaim for his outstanding military ability, persistence, and success. He waged more than 50 campaigns against neighboring Germanic peoples on all sides, and against the Avars, Slavs, Byzantines, and Moors. Charlemagne's first great war was against the Lombards, a Germanic people who had invaded Italy in the late 500's. They had been a source of trouble to the popes ever since. In conquering them, Charlemagne followed Pepin's policy of friendship and cooperation with the Roman Catholic Church. This also served Charlemagne's own interests, because he became ruler of the Lombard kingdom in Italy. The long Saxon war was the most important of Charlemagne's military ventures. The Saxons, who held the whole northwestern part of Germany, were pagans. Their defeat after 30 years of war prepared the way for the religious conversion and civilization of Germany. By means of other wars, Charlemagne put down a rebellion in Aquitaine, added Bavaria to his kingdom, and established several border states to protect his outlying conquests. In eastern Europe, he defeated the Slavs and Avars and made possible eastward migration by the Germans. Charlemagne had built a vast and sprawling state that shared borders with such different peoples as the Slavs, Byzantines, and Moslems. He defended the Roman Catholic Church and constantly extended its power. He was far more powerful than the imperial successors of Constantine, the first Christian emperor in the West, and he ruled a much more extensive area. Because of his great holdings, he decided to revive the Roman Empire, but as a new empire that was European and Christian in Character. The relations of the popes with the Byzantine, or Eastern Roman, emperors in Canstantinople had been breaking down since the middle 700's. An alliance between the Roman Catholic Church and the Franks, accomplished by proclaiming Charlemagne emperor, made good sense. Pope Leo III placed the imperial crown on Charlemagne's head on Christmas Day, 800. The most important effect of this act was that it revived the idea of empire in the West, an idea which caused both harm and good in succeeding centuries. Einhard, Charlemagne's secretary and friend, described the emperor as large and strong of body, fond of active exercise, genial but dignified, and sensible and moderate in his way of life. Charlemagne clearly recognized his duties and responsibilities, and was a tireless worker. He could not reverse the long trend toward decentralized government. But he could and did control the power of the nobles and maintain a considerable degree of law and order in a troubled age. His administrative methods helped raise the standard of living. Charlemagne's greatest contribution was his work as a patron of culture and extender of civilization. The Palace School, set up at his capital in Aachen under the leadership of the English scholar Alcuin (735-804), stimulated interest in education, philosophy, and literature. Most of the leading scholars were churchman, so this vast cultural activity greatly strengthened the church and had far-reaching and lasting results. In this way, Charlemagne, by means of his power and eminence, gave western Europe a unified culture so strong that it survived the terrible invasions and disorders of the next 200 years. Source: 'The World Book Encyclopedia', 1968, C291-292. 'Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists ...', Frederick Lewis Weis, 1993, p cvi.

[11245] Concubine No. 1 of Charlegmagne.

Franz 'Fritz' von Rottenburg / Marian Phelps

Husband: Franz 'Fritz' von Rottenburg
Born: 1845[4729] [4730] at: Danzig, Germany
Married: 1 Jun 1893at: Bonn, Germany
Died: 14 Feb 1907[4731] [4732] at: Bonn, Germany
Father:
Mother:
Notes: [4736]
Sources: [4733] [4734] [4735] [4729] [4730] [4731] [4732] [4737]
Wife: Marian Phelps
Born: 10 Aug 1868[4718] [4719] at: Teaneck, New Jersey, USA
Died: 1 Jul 1922[4720] [4721] at: New York City, New York, USA
Father: William Walter Phelps
Mother: Ellen Maria 'Loodleloo' Sheffield
Notes: [4723]
Sources: [4718] [4719] [4720] [4721] [4722] [4724]
Children
Name: Frances von Rottenburg [4670] [4663] [4664] [4665] [4666] [4667] [4668] [4669] [4671]
Born: 30 Jul 1895[4663] [4664] at:
Married: at:  
Died: 1980[4665] at: Lausanne, Switzerland
Spouses: Arthur Korth , John Penry

Name: Phelps von Rottenburg [4644] [4635] [4636] [4637] [4638] [4639] [4640] [4641] [4642] [4643] [4645]
Born: 4 May 1897[4635] [4636] at: Bonn, Germany
Died: 1982[4637] at: Wildwood, New Jersey, USA
Spouses:


Pedigree Chart for: Franz 'Fritz' von Rottenburg

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Pedigree Chart for: Marian Phelps

      /--Alexander  Phelps 
   /--John Jay  Phelps 
   |  \--Elizabeth  Eno 
/--William Walter  Phelps 
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[4736] [Wilds-Phelps.FTW] ~email found on 01/25/00 ~PHELPS, Alex ~eMail address: ~I am searching for information about my great grandfather, Dr. Franz vonROTTENBURG. He was a senior staff member of the Imperial Chancellery and an aide to Bismarck in the 1880s. He lived in Bonn. About 1890, he married Frances PHELPS, the daughter of the Honorable William Walter Phelps, ambassador to Germany. There were two children, Marian in 1896,and Phelps in 1898. About 1900, the marriage failed and Frances returned to New Jersey, where her family lived. Franz is mentioned several times in Fritz Stern's "Gold and Iron: Bismarck, Bleichroder and the Building of the German Empire." Random House, 1977. ~email from Alex Phelps, 01-27-00 ~Franz ("Fritz") was born in 1845 - at Rottenburg (hence the honorary"von"), near Danzig - and was 23 years older than Marian. When they married in 1893, "Fritz" would have been 58 and Marian, 25. My readings suggest that she married Fritz partly to please her father who enjoyed Germany and his counterparts there. If I remember correctly, they were married in Bonn in the absence of WW who had returned to the States suffering from TB, from which he was to die a year later. Marian enjoyed the Berlin social life, but "Fritz" was what we would probably call a workaholic and this, combined with their age differences, would have presented numerous obvious areas of conflict. The marriage may well have been another opportunity for John Jay and Sheffield to disparage their sister. (I sense John Jay as a stronger character thanSheffield.) Anyway, I can well imagine Sheffield's children getting up to tricks with "old Fritz!"

[4723] [Wilds-Phelps.FTW] may be Frances Marian Phelps

[4670] ~[Wilds-Phelps.FTW] ~emails from Alex Phelps, 01-26-00: ~To respond as to my ancestry. My mother was Frances Phelps-Penry. She married, first, Arthur Koch in 1920 in New York, and then, John Penry, a Welsh doctor, in 1926 in England. Her mother was Marian, the Hon. William Walter's only daughter. Marian married, first, Franz von Rottenburg in Bonn in 1893, then, Peters in about 1920. She died, I believe, in 1923. Frances was born in 1896; Phelps Phelps, two years later. You're correct in identifying the arbitrary manner in which Marian reclaimed the family name. There is even a question as to whether she ever divorced Franz legally, though it is known that she renounced his wealth. My mother, Frances, too, continued this arbitrary behaviour in the matter of names -- as well as much else. ~Ellen (if I may) - ~A fascinating message - in part, because it has taken me so long to connect with other branches of the family. ~There is a great deal that I know of the Hon. William Walter, Sheffield's father, and his antecedents. Perhaps you are already fully versed withthe history? In addition, I have a good history of Franz von Rottenburg and ongoing contact with his granddaughter, Irmgard, in Berlin. The murder, however, is news to me and I will check with Irmgard. Do you have any verification for this? Franz was an aide to Bismarck and chief of the Imperial Chancellery around 1890, before becoming Assistant Minister(Under-Secretary, I think) for the Interior. Ill health caused his resignation from this post and, in the latter '90s, he was appointed to the prestigious post of Director of Bonn University. He was married twice: first, in 1876, to the English Marian Hutton, while he was studying law in England -- there were two children, Otto, Irmgard's father, and Elizabeth. Marian died in 1889 and Franz then married the second Marian, William Walter's daughter, in 1893. ~To-date, I have understood that Franz died around 1906. Irmgard, a government lawyer now retired, has said that little was ever told of Franz in her family. It so happens that she is in the process of going through the family's papers, so, perhaps we shall learn more of events.She has a brother who is currently the German Consul in Miami. ~Let me say that I am a writer with a strongly developed sense of history. Also, let me explain that my mother, Frances, left America -- New York -- in 1926, having divorced her first husband by whom she had two children.She never returned and died in 1980 in Lausanne in Switzerland. Part of the reason for this move was her disenchantment with her family. Her brother, Phelps Phelps (yes, you can't get enough of a good thing!), died in 1982 in Wildwood, NJ. I came to know him in his last years. He was, if you will, the "golden boy," and Francis was neglected because of it. Worse, from her point of view, Phelps had a checkered, though rather lively, career. He was thrown out of Yale, the alma mater, for paying another student to take his exams; however, family connections enabled him a pass at Columbia. It is said that he ran numbers for Jimmy Walker, the last of the corrupt Tammany Hall mayors of New York. Then, a Democrat, he got elected to the New York state legislature. During the war he was a captain in the Army and, subsequently, sat on the Japanese War Crimes Tribunal. Truman appointed him ambassador to the Dominican Republic and American Samoa -- where his grandfather had distinguished himself in treaty negotiations, sixty or so years earlier. On Eisenhower's accession, Phelps returned to New Jersey, where he tried to involve himself in state politics. Rebuffed by the "Jersey Jewish political machine" because he was "too willing to air the party's dirty laundry" he was appointed a commissioner to the Palisades Interstate Park Commission, where he remained for ten or more years before retiring. He was, by all accounts a popular figure. After the war he had a weekly radio show of poltical comment, corresponded frequently with the newspapers, and was a devoted baseball fan who knew many of the players. He never married, while living with four women consecutively. There were no children. He ate well, lived well, had a great time -- and my mother hated him. We were never allowed to mention his name. ~My own research into the history of William Walter's two sons, your great-grandfather, Sheffield, and John Jay -- Captain Jack, as he came to beknown - have yielded, so far, little information. All I know of Sheffieldis that he went into the newspaper business (?). This would have made sense in light of William Walter's close friendship with various newspapermen, including the distinguished William Whitelaw of the New York Tribune. Otherwise, I am aware that Sheffield had three children. Are you descended from William Walter, the oldest, or EleanorSheffield? ~As for John Jay, he, somewhat like Phelps Phelps, seems to have had a good time, traveling and living it up at the Red House in Teaneck, NJ. It is said that he offered Roosevelt his steam launch to patrol the Eastcoast during the war. I gather he died about 1941. I know that he married Rose Hutchinson and had two children, Dorothy and Rose. Dorothy married a Dr. West and there is at least one son, Andrew, an architect who worked for I M Pei. I have tried unsuccessfully to contact him. I believe he is now retired. Not long ago, I made contact with Bob Griffin, then of the Teaneck Historical Society. He is a great Phelps fan and produced a video of Teaneck focusing on the latter part of the 19th century and including numerous references to William Walter. I have visited Teaneck and Yale and read in depth of William Walter's times and friends. ~Tell me, if you can, anything of Sheffield and John Jay and their descendants. As I indicated earlier, my mother, Frances, more or less cut herself off from the family and consequently I know little of them and have always been curious. I live in Vermont - al, P.O.Box 206, Hartland, VT 05048; (802) 436-2576; fax, 802-436-3439 - and havebeen in America since 1966. I am the only member of the family to live here; the rest, in Europe. ~I am happy to share any and all information about the family. Specificquestions are helpful and give me an idea of how much you know. As Isaid, I have done copious research on the life and times of the the Hon.William Walter and am always interested in new material. ~Alex

[4644] [Wilds-Phelps.FTW] from http://politicalgraveyard.com/bio/phelps.html The Political Graveyard: Index to Politicians: Phelps Phelps, Phelps (b. 1897) Born in Bonn, Germany, May 4, 1897. Member of New York state assembly, 1924-28, 1937-38; Delegate to Democratic National Convention from, 1936 (New York), 1956 (New York), 1960 (NewYork); member of New York state senate, 1939-42; served in the U.S. Army during World War II; U.S. Ambassador to the Dominican Republic, 1952-53;delegate to New Jersey state constitutional convention, 1966. Burial location unknown. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Excerpt from email, Alex Phelps, 01-26-00: Let me say that I am a writer with a strongly developed sense of history. Also, let me explain that my mother, Frances, left America - New York -in 1926, having divorced her first husband by whom she had two children. She never returned and died in 1980 in Lausanne in Switzerland. Part of the reason for this move was her disenchantment with her family. Her brother, Phelps Phelps (yes, you can't get enough of a good thing!), died in 1982 in Wildwood, NJ. I came to know him in his last years. He was, if you will, the "golden boy," and Francis was neglected because of it. Worse, from her point of view, Phelps had a checkered, though rather lively, career. He was thrown out of Yale, the alma mater, for paying another student to take his exams; however, family connections enabled him a pass at Columbia. It is said that he ran numbers for Jimmy Walker, the last of the corrupt Tammany Hall mayors of New York. Then, a Democrat, he got elected to the New York state legislature. During the war he was a captain in the Army and, subsequently, sat on the Japanese War Crimes Tribunal. Truman appointed him ambassador to the Dominican Republic and American Samoa -- where his grandfather had distinguished himself in treaty negotiations, sixty or so years earlier. On Eisenhower's accession, Phelps returned to New Jersey, where he tried to involve himself in state politics. Rebuffed by the "Jersey Jewish political machine" because he was "too willing to air the party's dirty laundry" he was appointed a commissioner to the Palisades Interstate Park Commission, where he remained for ten or more years before retiring. He was by all accounts a popular figure. After the war he had a weekly radio show of political comment, corresponded frequently with the newspapers, and was a devoted baseball fan who knew many of the players. He never married, while living with four women consecutively. There were no children. He ate well, lived well, had a great time - and my mother hated him. We were never allowed to mention his name.

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James Ensign / Sarah

Husband: James Ensign
Born: at: England
Married: at:  
Died: at:
Father:
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Notes: [5607]
Wife: Sarah
Born: at:
Died: May 1676at: Hartford, Harfford, Connecticut, USA
Father:
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Children
Name: David Ensign [5606]
Born: 1644at: Hartford, Harfford, Connecticut, USA
Married: at:  
Died: 13 Dec 1727at: West Hartford, Harfford, Connecticut, USA
Spouses: Mehitable Gunn , Sarah Wilcox


Pedigree Chart for: James Ensign

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Pedigree Chart for: Sarah

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[5607] James Ensign, the immigrant ancestor, was born in England, and was among the first settlers of Cambridge, Massachusetts. The family was located in Kent county, England, as early as 1395, and in Norfolk, Essex and other counties, very early. He was a proprietor of Cambridge in 1634, and was admitted a freeman of Massachusetts in March 4, 1634-35. James Ensign moved to Hartford with Rev. Thomas Hooker and was among its founders. He was an original member of the First Church, and also of the Second Church, February 12, 1670. His home was on what is now Elm street, Hartford. He was constable of Hartford in 1649 and 1662; chimney viewer in 1655; townsman in 1656. His will was dated November 23, 1670. --Sam Bunn 225 Durham Road Milner, GA 30257-4004

[5606] He was a miller as well as a farmer, and held various town offices. He was an original member of the First Church at West Hartford in 1713. He and Mehitable Gunn were divorced in October 1682. He then married Sarah Wilcox of Hartford or Middleton. He was a chimney viewer in 1666 and surveyor of highways in 1669.

Samuel M. Clagett / Ann Watkins

Husband: Samuel M. Clagett
Born: ABT 1758[7925] at: Maryland, United States
Married: at:  
Died: 21 Oct 1796at: Montgomery Co., Maryland, USA
Father: Henry Clagett
Mother: Ann Magruder
Notes: [7926]
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Wife: Ann Watkins
Born: at:
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Children
Name: Samuel Augustus Clagett
Born: 8 Feb 1797at:
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Name: Thomas Clagett
Born: at:
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Name: Eliza Clagett
Born: at:
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Name: Nancy Ann Clagett
Born: 27 Feb 1790at: Maryland, United States
Married: at:  
Died: 27 Dec 1838at: Washington Co., Maryland, USA
Spouses: Robert A. Clagett


Pedigree Chart for: Samuel M. Clagett

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|     /--Ninean Beall  Magruder 
|  /--Samuel Beall  Magruder 
|  |  \--Elizabeth  Brewer 
\--Ann  Magruder 
   |  /--Ninean Beall  Magruder 
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Pedigree Chart for: Ann Watkins

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[7926] Served in American Revolution with brothers Zachariah and Joseph.

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(--?--) / Althea Marie Vollmer

Husband: (--?--)
Wife: Althea Marie Vollmer
Born: 1 Nov 1929[8020] at: Washington, Wisconsin, United States
Died: at:
Father:
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Children
Name: Stephen Francis Bremser [8013]
Born: at:
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Name: Sandra Ann Bremser [8062]
Born: at:
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Name: Jean Marie Bremser [8071]
Born: at:
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Name: Dennis Joseph. Bremser [8081]
Born: at:
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Name: Paul Gerard Bremser [8124]
Born: at:
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Name: Diane Mary Bremser [8127]
Born: at:
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Pedigree Chart for: Althea Marie Vollmer

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Ezekiel Wilcox / Rosanna Pettibone

Husband: Ezekiel Wilcox
Born: at:
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Died: at:
Father:
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Wife: Rosanna Pettibone
Born: at:
Died: at:
Father: Jonathan Pettibone
Mother: Martha Humphrey
Children
Name: Charlotte Wilcox
Born: 4 Apr 1766at:
Married: at:  
Died: 15 Dec 1831at:
Spouses: Noah Amherst Phelps


Pedigree Chart for: Ezekiel Wilcox

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Pedigree Chart for: Rosanna Pettibone

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\--Martha  Humphrey 
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Frederick M. Phelps / Amanda M. Cook

Husband: Frederick M. Phelps
Born: 1861[10381] at: Wataga, Knox, Illinois, United States
Married: 1892at:
Died: at:
Father: Ronald Aaron Noble Phelps
Mother: Sarah Jerusha Adams
Notes: [10386]
Wife: Amanda M. Cook
Born: 2 Feb 1867[13082] at: Little Lake, Mendocino, California
Died: 3 Nov 1942at: Box Butte County, Nebraska, USA
Father:
Mother:
Notes: [13083]
Children

Pedigree Chart for: Frederick M. Phelps

      /--Aaron  Phelps  Jr.
   /--Aaron Noble  Phelps 
   |  \--Mary  Noble 
/--Ronald Aaron Noble  Phelps 
|  |  /--Thomas  Root  Jr.
|  \--Clarissa  Root 
|     \--Princess  Noble 
|--Frederick M.  Phelps 
|     /--Aaron  Adams 
|  /--Sebastian Cabot  Adams 
|  |  \--Sarah  Hard 
\--Sarah Jerusha  Adams 
   |  /--Aaron  Adams 
   \--Eunice  Harmon 
      \--Mary  Plumb 

Pedigree Chart for: Amanda M. Cook

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[10386] In the 1870 census, his name is spelled Fredrick. Later census spell the name Frederick. According to the 1920 census, Fred and Amanda had 7 roomers. In the 1930 census, they are shown to own a home worth $15,000 and had four roomers.

[13083] According to the 1930 census, her father was from Maine and her mother from Missouri.

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Bill Rogers / Mary Lillian Bremser

Husband: Bill Rogers
Born: at:
Married: at:  
Died: at:
Father:
Mother:
Sources: [11730] [11731]
Wife: Mary Lillian Bremser
Born: 28 Feb 1913[11558] at: St. Louis, St. Louis, Missouri, United States
Died: at:
Father: William Edward Bremser
Mother: Kathryn Margaret McDermott
Sources: [11558] [11559] [11560]
Children

Pedigree Chart for: Bill Rogers

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Pedigree Chart for: Mary Lillian Bremser

      /--Johann Philipp  Bremser 
   /--Johann Carl Frederick  Bremser 
   |  \--Anna Margarethe  Oberländer 
/--William Edward  Bremser 
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|  \--Anne Marie  Miller 
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|--Mary Lillian  Bremser 
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\--Kathryn Margaret  McDermott 
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Barry Hyde / Barbara Smith

Husband: Barry Hyde
Born: at:
Married: at:  
Died: at:
Father: Robert Earl Hyde
Mother: Barbara Reichle
Wife: Barbara Smith
Born: at:
Died: at:
Father:
Mother:
Children
Name: Arya Hyde
Born: at:
Married: at:  
Died: at:
Spouses: William Wiese

Name: Tannis Hyde
Born: at:
Died: at:
Spouses:

Name: Trenton Hyde
Born: at:
Died: at:
Spouses:


Pedigree Chart for: Barry Hyde

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/--Robert Earl  Hyde 
|  |  /--Josiah Howe  Loveland  Jr.
|  \--Afton  Loveland 
|     \--Nancy Afton  Tolman 
|--Barry  Hyde 
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\--Barbara  Reichle 
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Pedigree Chart for: Barbara Smith

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|--Barbara  Smith 
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