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William Joseph Butler / Bessie Gross

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William Joseph Butler / Bessie Gross

[14250]
Husband: William Joseph Butler
Born: 13 May 1868[543] [544] [545] [546] [547] [548] [549] [550] at: Springfield, Sangamon, Illinois, United States
Married: 2 Apr 1896at: Springfield, Sangamon, Illinois, United States
Died: 25 Aug 1940[551] [552] [553] at: Springfield, Sangamon, Illinois, United States
Father: Henry Wirt Butler
Mother: Helen Chase McClernand
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Wife: Bessie Gross
Born: 24 Sep 1871[7667] [7668] [7669] [7670] [7671] [7672] [7673] [7674] at: Springfield, Sangamon, Illinois, United States
Died: 19 Apr 1951[7675] [7676] at: Cucamonga, California, USA
Father: Eugene L. Gross
Mother: Susan Louise Zimmerman
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Children
Name: Henry Wirt Butler [2895] [2890] [2891] [2892] [2893] [2894] [2896] [2897] [2898] [2899] [2900] [2901] [2902]
Born: 31 Jan 1898[2890] [2891] [2892] [2893] at: Springfield, Sangamon, Illinois, United States
Married: at:  
Died: 20 Jan 1974[2894] at: Wheaton, DuPage County, Illinois, USA
Spouses: Hazel Porter

Name: Susan Louise Butler [9939] [9940] [9941] [9942] [9943] [9944] [9945] [9946] [9947] [9948] [9949]
Born: 7 Nov 1905[9939] [9940] [9941] at: Springfield, Sangamon, Illinois, United States
Married: at:  
Died: 19 Jan 1996[9942] at: Rockville, Montgomery County, Maryland, USA
Spouses: J. C. Flake

Name: Salome Elizabeth Butler [9957] [9953] [9954] [9955] [9956] [9958] [9959] [9960] [9961] [9962] [9963]
Born: 23 Nov 1908[9953] [9954] [9955] at: Springfield, Sangamon, Illinois, United States
Married: at:  
Died: Oct 1985[9956] at: Albuquerque, Bernalillo County, New Mexico
Spouses: John Savage Mchenry II

Name: McClernand Butler [11156] [11147] [11148] [11149] [11150] [11151] [11152] [11153] [11154] [11155] [11157] [11158] [11159] [11160] [11161] [11162] [11163] [11164] [11165] [11166] [11167] [11168] [11169] [11170]
Born: 10 Jul 1910[11147] [11148] [11149] [11150] [11151] [11152] [11153] [11154] [11155] at: Springfield, Sangamon, Illinois, United States
Married: at:  
Died: 14 Oct 2001at: Greenfield, Hancock County, Indiana, USA
Spouses: Madge Metella Grimes


Pedigree Chart for: William Joseph Butler

      /--
   /--William 'Bill'  Butler 
   |  \--
/--Henry Wirt  Butler 
|  |  /--
|  \--Elizabeth  Rickard 
|     \--
|--William Joseph  Butler 
|     /--John  McClernand  I
|  /--John 'Mac' Alexander  McClernand 
|  |  \--Fatima  Cummins 
\--Helen Chase  McClernand 
   |  /--John  McClernand  I
   \--Sarah Freeman  Dunlap 
      \--

Pedigree Chart for: Bessie Gross

      /--
   /--Alba  Gross  Rev.
   |  \--
/--Eugene L.  Gross 
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|  \--Alethea  Smith 
|     \--
|--Bessie  Gross 
|     /--
|  /--Robert Boggs  Zimmerman 
|  |  \--
\--Susan Louise  Zimmerman 
   |  /--
   \--Susan Philenia  Seely 
      \--

[14250] Direct hit on Illinois Marriages FTM disc 250.

[556] ~Searched WFT vols. 1-11,13-57 no hits. Direct hit on WFT Vol. 12 #2112. Searched Pres & F&P, New England Families vols 1&2, Kentucky Genealogies #1, Colonial Genealogies, Mayflower Genealogies, Mayflower Descendants, no hits. William Joseph Butler pursued his education in the Springfield school system and after graduating from Springfield High School attended State University of Illinois in Champaign. After he received his degree from what is now known as the University of Illinois, he began to study law in the firm of Connelly & Mather located in his hometown of Springfield, Illinois. William wanted to attend a formal law-school at Harvard University in Boston Massachusetts, but his father Henry Wirt Butler refused to pay his tuition. Henry Wirt's theory being that his son could find a more than a suitable legal education at a college closer to home. Besides, he knew at his son was a "free sprit" and had already become a "ladies man." Keeping William at a local college in Illinois, would allow the his father and grandfather to look after him. As expected this did not sit well with the aspiring young man. Determined to get to Harvard one way or another, William scraped together all of the money he had and found a high stakes poker game upon which he managed to win his first year's tuition. After successfully completing his first year at Harvard, Henry Wirt paid for the rest of his formal education. After graduating, William moved back to Springfield, where he entered in practice with his grandfather, John A. McClernand, and remained there until 1894 when McClernand retired. Taking an active part in politics, William gained prominence and influence in the ranks of the Republican Party. It also did not hurt William's political ambitions that his father and both of his grandfathers had held office on and off since the 1820's. Put simply, William J. Butler was bred and raised to become a political giant in the State of Illinois. In 1894, William was elected to the thirty-ninth district's house seat of the Illinois Legislature. Although high office eluded him, William remained an active force in state politics his entire life.

[7678] May have died 4-9-1951 Searched WFT vols. 1-57, no hits. Searched Pres & F&P, Searched Pres &F&P, New England Families vols 1&2, Kentucky Genealogies #1, ColonialGenealogies, Mayflower Genealogies, Mayflwer Descendants, no hits. nohits.

[2895] Searched WFT vols 1-57 no hits. Searched Kentucky Genealogies #1,Colonial Direct Genealogies #1, Mayflower Genealogies #1, and MayflowerDescendants, no hits. hit on SSI records. The census of 1920, lists Wirt as being a insurance salesman. Uncle Wirt was at the The Guadalcanal during WWII.

[9957] Searched WFT vols 1-57 no hits.

[11156] Commanding Officer of the 3rd Battalion, 99th Infantry Division during the Battle of the Bulge, World War II Lieutenant Colonel McClernand Butler took command of the 3rd Battalion on February 1, 1944. On September 15, 1944, the division embarked for England, and on October 31, 1944, it sailed on HMS Empire Lance for Le Havre, France. The 3rd Battalion became the first unit of the 99th Division to reach the front when it moved to Hofen, Germany, on November 9, 1944. Hofen was part of Germany's Siegfried Line, or West Wall. The battalion held a 6,000-yard front from Monschau to Hofen toward Alzen. The 38th Cavalry Squadron stood on its left flank, and the other two battalions of the 395th Infantry held the right flank. On December 16, 1944, a tremendous artillery barrage signaled the start of Adolf Hitler's final offensive. The German plan was to attack west to the Meuse River and north through Liége and on to the English Channel, splitting the Allies' forces. At Hofen, the 3rd Battalion fought off fierce attacks by the 751st and 753rd Volksgrenadier regiments. The first day of fighting saw 19 Germans captured and an estimated 200 killed. The battalion lost four dead, four missing and seven wounded. As the Battle of the Bulge continued, the Germans renewed their efforts to crack Hofen. Several times, Butler had to call in artillery fire on his own positions to drive the enemy back. In another day's fighting the 3rd Battalion took 50 Germans prisoner and caused more than 800 German casualties, losing five dead and seven wounded in the action. On December 23, the weather cleared and Allied planes took to the skies to bomb German columns, shattering their final offensive. The 3rd Battalion's tenacious fight for Hofen was recognized on March 7 at Gohr, when the unit was decorated with the Presidential Unit Citation. The battalion saw action thereafter at Bergheim, Remagen, the Ruhr Pocket and Gleidorf. Later, the battalion moved southeast to join the Third Army, commanded by General George S. Patton, in mopping up German resistance. May 2 brought an end to the fighting and an end to nearly six months of brutal combat for the men of the 3rd Battalion. From an interview with Col. Butler. Mac helped write a book about his battalion, "Butler's Battlin' Blue Bastards," by Thor Ronningen. 1993 Brunswick Publicshing Corpo, Rt 1. Box 1A1, Lawrencevile, Virginia 23968 Veteran Col. McClernand Butler passed away on October 14th, 2001 at 6:35 p.m. due to natural causes. Col. Butler was born July 10, 1910 in Springfield, IL to William J. Butler and Bessie (Cross) Butler. Butler entered the Illinois National Guard in 1926 and attended West Point Military Academy from 1930-1933. While at West Point he set records for marksmanship which are still unbroken. In 1933, he was commissioned a 2nd Lieutenant in the Illinois National Guard. Butler entered Federal service on March 5th, 1941 as a 2nd Lieutenant, and in 1944 was promoted to Lt. Colonel. Upon his retirement from military service in 1960, Butler was promoted to full Colonel. During WWII he served with distinction on the front lines of the European Theater. Butler was commander of the 3rd Battalion, 395th Infantry Regiment. On May 22, 1943 he was appointed Regimental Executive Officer of the 393rd Infantry Regiment and on July 17th, 1945 he was appointed Regimental commander of the 394th Infantry Regiment where he remained until the regiment was returned to the United States. Butler was discharged from the service on January 14th, 1945. Once back in Illinois, Butler helped to form the 123rd Infantry Regiment Illinois National Guard, 44th Infantry Division. This division was mobilized in 1952 because of the war in Korea and Butler received his orders for the Far East. He was originally assigned as a Battalion Commander in the 7th Infantry Division and later was assigne3d to the division staff. A Silver Star, Purple Heart and four Bronze Stars were among the many decorations Col.. Butler received while in the service. However it was the Presidential Unit Citation that his unit received for their actions during the Battle of the Bulge of which Butler was most proud. He was married on January 23, 1937 to Madge Grimes of Lexington, IL. The Butlers moved their family from Springfield, IL to Ottawa in 1947, Col. Butler was the Ottawa and LaSalle branch manager for the Illinois Bell Telephone Company. Colonel Butler was the Past President of the Ottawa Chamber of Commerce and Past President of the Ottawa Rotary Club where he held membership for over 35 years. He also held membership in the Elks Club, Dede-Co Golf Club, American Legion, VFW, Veterans of the Battle of the Bulge, The Sons of the Union Veterans of the Civil War, Order of the Indian Wars of the Untied States and was a Scoutmaster for the Boy Scouts of America. The Butlers were former members of the Presbyterian and Congregational Churches, but had been attending the Illinois Valley Evangelical Free Church in Ottawa for the past several years. As a resident of Greenfield, Colonel Butler lived at Green Tree Assisted Living Community and continued his membership at the Rotary Club of Greenfield. Colonel Butler is preceded in death by his wife Madge (Grimes) Butler of Ottawa, his brother Wirt Butler of Wheaton, IL and his sisters Louise (Butler) Flake of Rockville, MD, and Elizabeth (Butler) Mchenry of Albuquerque, NM. Colonel Butler is survived by his daughter Susan Elizabeth (Butler) Crawford of Greenfield, IN, son in law David Bialy Crawford of Greenfield, IN, grandson McClernand Butler Crawford of New Palestine, IN, granddaughter-in-law Stephanie Ann (Graham) Crawford of New Palestine, IN and great-grandchildren Graham Butler Crawford and Elizabeth Chase Crawford of New Palestine, IN. McClernand Butler will be remembered as a war hero, community leader, loving family man, and a good neighbor. He will be sorely missed. Visitation will be held at Erlewein Mortuary in Greenfield, IN Thursday, October 18th, 4 p.m. - 8 p.m. Memorials may be made to The National WWII Memorial in Washington D.C. Source: Miscellaneous Hancock County, Indiana Obituaries http://www.obitcentral.com/obitsearch/obits/in/in-hancock5.htm (Searched WFT vols. 1-57, no hits. Searched Pres & F&P no hits.)

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Willie Elijah Weeks / Emma May Turman

Husband: Willie Elijah Weeks
Born: at:
Married: at:  
Died: at:
Father:
Mother:
Sources: [14104]
Wife: Emma May Turman
Born: at:
Died: at:
Father:
Mother:
Sources: [14105]
Children
Name: James Riley Weeks [1301] [1300]
Born: ABT 1923[1300] at: Floyd, Floyd, Virginia
Married: at:  
Died: at:
Spouses: Maxine Bryant


Pedigree Chart for: Willie Elijah Weeks

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|--Willie Elijah  Weeks 
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\--
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   \--
      \--

Pedigree Chart for: Emma May Turman

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|--Emma May  Turman 
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   \--
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Edward 'Longshanks' Plantagenet I King of England / Marguerite of France

Husband: Edward 'Longshanks' Plantagenet I King of England
Born: 17 Jun 1239at: Westminster, Middlesex, England
Married: 10 Sep 1299at: Canterbury Cathedral, Kent, England
Died: 7 Jul 1307at: Burgh on Sands, Cumberland, England
Father: Henry Plantagenet III King of England
Mother: Eleonore Countess of Provence Queen of England
Notes: [2503]
Sources: [2504]
Wife: Marguerite of France
Born: 1279at: Paris
Died: 14 Feb 1317at: Marlborough Castle
Father: Philip III 'The Bold' King of France
Mother: Mary of Brabant
Children
Name: Thomas of Brotherton Plantagenet Earl of Norfolk
Born: 1 Jun 1300at: Brotherton, Yorkshire, England
Married: at:  
Died: Aug 1338at:
Spouses:

Name: Edmund of Woodstock Plantagenet 1st Earl of Kent
Born: 5 Aug 1301at: Woodstock
Married: at:  
Died: 19 Mar 1330at: Winchester, Hampshire, England
Spouses: Margaret of Liddell Wake Baroness

Name: Eleanor Plantagenet
Born: 4 May 1306at: Winchester, Hampshire, England
Died: 1311at: Amesbury
Spouses:


Pedigree Chart for: Edward 'Longshanks' Plantagenet I King of England

      /--Henry II  Plantagenet  King of England
   /--John 'Lackland'  Plantagenet  King of England
   |  \--Eleanor of  Aquitaine  Queen of England
/--Henry  Plantagenet  III King of England
|  |  /--Aymer de  Taillefer  Count of Angouleme
|  \--Isabella de  Taillefer  Queen of England
|     \--Alice de  Courtenay  Countess of Angou
|--Edward 'Longshanks'  Plantagenet  I King of England
|     /--Alfonso II Alfonsez  Provence  Prince of Aragon
|  /--Raymond  Berenger  V Count of Provence
|  |  \--Gersinde II de  Sabran  Countess of Castile
\--Eleonore Countess of  Provence  Queen of England
   |  /--Alfonso II Alfonsez  Provence  Prince of Aragon
   \--Beatrice   Countess of Savoy
      \--Beatrice (Margaret) de  Geneva 

Pedigree Chart for: Marguerite of France

      /--Louis VIII 'The Lion'   King of France
   /--Louis IX   King of France
   |  \--Blanche of Castile   
/--Philip III 'The Bold'   King of France
|  |  /--Raymond  Berenger  V Count of Provence
|  \--Marguerite de  Provence  Queen of France
|     \--Beatrice   Countess of Savoy
|--Marguerite of France   
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|  |  \--
\--Mary of Brabant   
   |  /--
   \--
      \--

[2503] Edward I, 1239-1307 (r.1272-1307), was the son and successor of HENRY III. He gained new claims to France through his marriage (1254) to Eleanor of Castile and was responsible for his father's victory in the Barons' War. As king, his conquest of Wales (1277-82) was followed by a long, futile campaign against Scotland (1290-1307). Edward's legal reforms, notably the statutes of Westminster, earned him the title English Justinian. He restricted private and church courts and controlled land grants to the church. His Model Parliament (1295) marked greater participation by the barons, merchants, and clergy whose resistance to war taxation had forced him to confirm previous charters (e.g., Magna Carta). (From www.encyclopedia.com) This king had a nickname for practically every side of his personality. Edward was tall and nicknamed Longshanks for his long limbs. He was religious, but this king was also devious and called the Leopard. He was a strong fighter who launched invasions into both Scotland and Wales. Edward I was called the Hammer of the Scots, and also built several Welsh fortresses. Some historians call Edward the "father of the longbow", believing -- possibly mistakenly -- that he introduced this supposedly Welsh weapon to the English army. Edward was a far different character from his father and soon put the country on a footing he preferred. In 1276-77 he brought Llywelyn ap Gruffydd to heel as well as putting the finances of the country back in order after the disasters of the previous reign. In 1282 he was surprised by a Welsh revolt and by the April of 1283 he had subjugated the whole of Wales, killing Llywelyn and capturing his brother Dafydd. Even this proved insufficient to totally overawe Wales and Edward faced further revolts in 1287 and 1295, though neither were as serious as the wars of 1277 and 1282. With the conquest of Wales Edward began a massive castle building project that is still rightly seen as one of the wonders of the thirteenth century. Towards the end of his reign Edward became increasingly embroiled in bringing Scotland under his direct rule in a similar manner to that which he had achieved in Wales and this proved by and large to be his undoing. The Welsh campaigns had made heavy drains on the Exchequer and Edward turned more and more to imposing unjust taxes on his peoples and antagonizing his baronage. The conquest of Scotland failed largely because of Edward's success in Wales, he had spent his money and this is why no military masterpieces like Caernarfon or Harlech are to be found in Scotland, where Edward had to content himself more with wooden peels like the one he built at Linlithgow. An increasingly beleaguered Edward, abandoned in some of his campaigns by some of his previously most loyal barons, died crossing the border into Scotland again in 1307.

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William Symes Ashley / (--?--)

Husband: William Symes Ashley
Born: 15 Sep 1756at: Westfield, Hampden, Massachusetts, United States
Married: 1780at: Hartland, Windsor, Vt
Died: 1846at: Hartland, Windsor, Vt
Father: Martin Ashley
Mother: Sarah Root
Wife: (--?--)
Children

Pedigree Chart for: William Symes Ashley

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|--William Symes  Ashley 
|     /--Thomas  Root 
|  /--Joseph  Root 
|  |  \--Mary  Spencer 
\--Sarah  Root 
   |  /--Thomas  Root 
   \--Sarah   
      \--

William Joseph LaCasse / Kathleen Diane Stewart

Husband: William Joseph LaCasse
Born: at: 
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Wife: Kathleen Diane Stewart
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Children
Name: Elizabeth Ann LaCasse
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Spouses: Grakowsky-Sward

Name: Jeffery Stewart LaCasse
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Name: Krista Joyce Ann LaCasse
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Pedigree Chart for: William Joseph LaCasse

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/--William Joseph  LaCasse 
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|--William Joseph  LaCasse 
|     /--Linwood Gordon  Figgat 
|  /--Robert Millar  Figgat 
|  |  \--Eunice Cabell  Hamilton 
\--Judith Ann  Weeks 
   |  /--Linwood Gordon  Figgat 
   \--Maxine  Bryant 
      \--Gladys Leigh  Robbins 

Pedigree Chart for: Kathleen Diane Stewart

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|--Kathleen Diane  Stewart 
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[13754] This person is presumed living.

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