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201 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Newman, John Lewis (I811)
 
202 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Newman, George Woodson (I812)
 
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64315. BENEDICT OGDEN NEWMAN
Benedict Ogden Newman was born 28 August 1903 near Golden Gate, Wayne County, Illinois is the son of George Wells Newman and Emma Stoltz. See Number 6431. Benedict has always been known as 'Ben'. Ben Newman attended the Beech Bluff School near his home until the family moved to Elizabethtown, Illinois. He also attended the Union Cumberland Presbyterian Church. Ben enlisted in the Navy and made a name change. Since he had always used the name Ben D., he substituted Darwin for the D. and was listed on Navy records as Ben Darwin Newman.
Ben Newman married Marie Caroline Buehler 30 April 1932 at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Marie was born 4 March 1903 at Philadelphia. Her father was Jacob William Buehler, born 28 June 1875 at Mahoney City, Pennsylvania, and her mother was Rose Caroline Munz, born 11 February 1875 at Buoch, Wurttenberger, Germany. Jacob and Rose Buehler lived at Philadelphia. They were members of the Evangelical Lutheran Church. Jacob was a dairy distributor* Jacob died 31 October 1937 and Rose died 10 March 1964; burial at Greenmount Cemetery, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Jacob and Rose Buehler had three children: (1) Helen W., (2) *Marie C. (Newman), and (3) William Jacob.
Ben and Marie Newman reside at Albuquerque, New Mexico. Marie is a member of the Lutheran Church. Ben is retired from the Albuquerque Public Service Company. Ben and Marie have two sons both born at Albuquerque, New Mexico.
643151. Jack Darwin Newman, born 14 June 1934. See Number 643151
643152. Richard William Newman, born 26 July 1943. See Number 643152.

 
Newman, Benedict (I793)
 
204 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Newman, Jack Darwin (I814)
 
205 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Newman, Richard William (I815)
 
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64316. LOUIS LEE NEWMAN
Louis Lee Newman was born 20 January 1906 near Golden Gate, Wayne County, Illinois, is the son of George Wells Newman and Emma Stoltz. See Number 6431. Louis was six years old when his family left Wayne County and moved to Elizabethtown, Illinois. He attended the rural school and Methodist Church near his home. Louis later in life changed his name to 'Jack'. He now uses the name Jack L. Newman.
Jack Newman married Lucille Intha Moss 15 October 1929 in Jefferson County, Illinois. Lucille was born 1 August 1907 at McLeansboro, Illinois. Her father was William Robert Moss, born 8 August 1875 at McLeansboro, and her mother was Eliza Mae Meadows, born 12 July 1875 at Dahlgren, Illinois. William and Eliza Moss lived at Dahlgren and Ina, Illinois. William was a member of the Baptist Church and Eliza was a member of the Methodist Church. William was a farmer and carpenter. He died in September 1949; burial at Bonnie, Illinois. Eliza died in May 1914; burial is at the Odd Fellows Cemetery, Dahlgren, Illinois. William and Eliza Moss had six children: (1) Della (Burghart), (2) Verna (Fuchs), (3) Glenn, (4) *Lucille (Newman), (5) Lorraine (Merriman), (6) Naomi (Kash). Naomi lives at Bonnie, Illinois.
Jack and Lucille left Jefferson County shortly after their marriage and went to Chicago, Illinois. Jack belongs to the Fundamental Church and Lucille' belongs to the Baptist Church. Jack is retired. He and Lucille had three children all born at Chicago, Illinois.
643161. Vern Adele Newman, born 15 October 1933. See Number 643161.
643162. Norma Jeanne Newman, born 28 February 1935.
643163. John Robert Newman, stillborn 25 February 1949.

 
Newman, Louis Lee 'Jack' (I794)
 
207 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Newman, Vern Adele (I817)
 
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64317. GEORGE BUEL NEWMAN
George Buel Newman was born 26 March 1908 near Golden Gate, Wayne County, Illinois, was the son of George Wells Newman and Emma Stoltz. See Number 6431. George was four years old when his family left Wayne County and moved to Elizabethtown, Illinois. He attended the rural school near his home and the Methodist Church.
George Newman married Geneva Lowanda Vick at Jacksonville, Illinois. Geneva was born at Anna, Illinois. Her parents were Monroe and Cora Ellen Vick. They lived at Anna, Illinois, and were members of the Baptist Church. They are deceased and are buried at the Anna Cemetery. Monroe and Cora Vick had seven children: (1) Gilbert, (2) *Geneva Lowanda (Newman), (3) Lucille, (4) Cula, (5) Paul, (6) Jacob and (7) Annabelle.
George and Geneva Newman first lived at Jacksonville, Illinois. About 1940 they moved to Missouri, near St. Louis. Geneva was a member of the Baptist Church. George was a machinist and carpenter. George died 19 March 1974 and Geneva died 18 November 1973; burial at Mt. Hope Cemetery, St. Louis County, Missouri. George and Geneva had one child.
643171. Nancy Newman, born 29 November 1929 at Jacksonville, Morgan County, Illinois. See Number 643171.

 
Newman, George Buel (I795)
 
209 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Newman, Nancy Ruth (I821)
 
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64318. CHARLES EDWARD NEWMAN
Charles Edward Newman was born 30 October 1911 near Golden Gate, Wayne County, Illinois is the son of George Wells Newman and Emma Stoltz. See Number 6431. When Charles was a baby, his parents moved from Golden Gate to a farm near Elizabethtown, Illinois. Here he attended the rural school. Charles left Elizabethtown in 1928 and went to St. Louis, Missouri.
Charles Newman married Willa Mae Reed at St. Louis, Missouri. Willa was born 28 October 1922 at Herrin, Illinois. Her father was Granville William Reed, born 10 October 1894 in Hamilton County, Illinois, and her mother is Anna Zeal Stotts, born 14 November 1901 at Monette, Arkansas. Granville and Anna Reed lived at St. Louis, Missouri. Granville was an interior decorator and painter. He died 19 January 1960; burial at Brady Cemetery, Akin, Ill. He was a member of the Baptist Church. Granville and Anna Reed had three children: (1) *Willa Mae (Newman), (2) Granville William, Jr., (3) Geraldine.
Charles and Willa Newman lived at St. Louis until 1945 when they moved to Arnold, Missouri, where they now reside. They are members of the Presbyterian Church. Charles is purchasing agent for the Borbein-Young Company of St. Louis. Willa is a dress designer. Charles and Willa had three children all born at St. Louis, Missouri.
643181. Thomas Garcia Newman, born 18 July 1942. See Number 643181.
643182. Gary Edward Newman, born 9 May 1945.
643183. Peggy Ann Newman-, born 8 March 1952. See Number 643183.

 
Newman, Charles Edward (I796)
 
211 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Newman, Thomas Garcia (I823)
 
212 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Newman, Peggy Ann (I825)
 
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64319. CLARENCE EVAN NEWMAN
Clarence Evan Newman was born 4 February 1913 near Elizabethtown, Hardin County, Illinois, is the son of George Wells Newman and Emma Stoltz. See Number 6431. Clarence attended the rural school and Methodist Church near his home. Clarence dropped his middle name, Evan, and took the name Thomas Clarence Newman.
Thomas Newman married Betty Irene Tope 5 September 1946. Betty was born 28 April 1924 at Decatur, Illinois. Her father was Bernice Paul Tope, born 5 June 1896 at Hammond, Illinois, and her mother is Veda Elizabeth Allen, born 7 January 1904 at Wellington, Kansas. Bernice and Veda Tope lived at Artesia, New Mexico. Bernice died 20 February 1936; burial at Artesia. He was a member of the Methodist Church. Bernice and Veda Tope had two children: (1) *Betty Irene (Newman) and (2) Minerva Mae (Ringer). Veda Tope married second an Eckhardt and from this marriage had one child: (3) Ronald Wayne Eckhardt.
Thomas and Betty Newman reside at rural Clifton, Texas. Thomas is a member of the Methodist Church and Betty is of the Bahai faith. Thomas is a professional military man and was stationed at several military bases during his Army career. Some time was spent in the Philippines. Betty is a secretary and dark room photostat technician. Thomas and Betty had five children.
643191. Robert Wayne Newman, born 31 May 1948 at Manila, Philippine Islands. See Number 643191.
643192. Marsha Dianne Newman born 19 August 1950 at Muroc, California. See Number 643192.
643193. Carol Sue Newman, born 19 July 1952.
643194. Paul Kevin Newman, born 18 March 1959.
643195. Elizabeth Yvonne Newman, born 18 December 1961.

 
Newman, Clarence Evan (I797)
 
214 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Newman, Robert Wayne (I827)
 
215 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Newman, Marsha Dianne (I828)
 
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6434. LOUELLA THOMAS STOLTZ
Louella Thomas Stoltz was born 25 March 1894 near Golden Gate, Wayne County, Illinois, was the daughter of Peter Stoltz and Louella Thomas Boaz. See Number 643. Louella was named after her mother. She attended Beech Bluff School and the Union Cumberland Presbyterian Church near her home.
Louella Stoltz married Grant Leo Hughes 28 November 1917 at Elgin, Ill. Grant was born 30 October 1897 at Dongola, Union County, Illinois. He attended Southern Illinois University in Carbondale and Metropolitan College in Elgin Illinois, He served in the U. S. Army in World War I. Grant's father was Joseph Franklin Hughes, born 2 March 1867, and his mother was Fannie Belle Benson, born 29 November 1872; both born near Dongola, Illinois. Joseph and Fannie were married 17 February 1889 in Union County, Illinois. Joseph was a farmer. He and Fannie were members of the Friendship Baptist Church. Joseph Hughes died 16 September 1954 and Fannie died 16 February 1961 at Clarinda, Iowa. Burial is at the Friendship Baptist Church Cemetery near Dongola, Ill. Joseph and Fannie Hughes had nine children: (1) Harold Olen, born 30 November 1889; died 13 March 1966, (2) Carroll Thomas, born 14 September 1891; died 1 April 1944. Carroll was a Master Mason. He served two years as Grand Master of the Grand Lodge, A.F. and A.M. of the State of Illinois. (3) Clara Etta, born 13 June 1895; died in infancy 24 November 1897; burial at Friendship Baptist Church Cemetery, (4) *Grant Leo, (5) Ralph William Franklin, born 16 October 1899; died 21 March 1957, (6) Raymond Albert, born 12 December 1901, (7) Virgil Victor, born 21 October 1906; died 3 July 1965, (8) Ruby Elizabeth (Jones), born 17 February 1909, and (9) Delbert Charles, born 24 November 1911.
Grant Hughes grandparents were James Thomas Hughes (1837-1925) and Elizabeth Clifford (1833-1920). Burial is at Friendship Baptist Church Cemetery.
Grant and Louella left Union County in the early twenties and moved to Jacksonville, Illinois, where Grant became accountant and business manager of the Jacksonville State Hospital. In 1933 he was appointed business manager for the State of Illinois. His auditing firm had the responsibility of auditing closed banks and state institutions from 1933 to 1937. Grant and Louella moved to Brazil, Indiana at that time to become secretary-treasurer and executive assistant at the Arketex Ceramic Corporation. Grant was involved in several civic and fraternal organizations. He was a Master Mason, 32 degree Scottish Rite, and a Shriner. He and Louella belonged to the Baptist Church. Grant died 21 March 1957 and Louella died 7 March 1974. Both are buried at Friendship Baptist Church Cemetery near Dongola, Illinois. Louella and Grant had no children.

 
Stoltz, Louella Thomas (I786)
 
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6441. GEORGE HENRY STOLTZ
George Henry Stoltz was born 3 April 1877 at Stoltz Prairie, Wabash County, Illinois, was the son of George Lewis Stoltz and Eva Weyl. See Number 644. George grew up on his father's farm. He attended Stoltz School and the Jordan Creek Lutheran Church. He helped his father on the farm until old enough to become employed. He did not favor the farm as had his father and grandfather and great-grandfather. He chose railroading as a career. He was an employee of the Big Four line which ran through Mt. Carmel, Illinois. His run was from Danville, Illinois, to the north and Harrisburg, Illinois, to the south.
George Stoltz married Myrtle Rachel Wilson 4 March 1901 at Fairfield, Illinois. Myrtle was born 4 July 1880 near Fairfield, Illinois. Her parents were Franklin D. Wilson and Mary Head. Franklin and Mary Wilson lived near Fairfield, Illinois. They were members of the Union North Cumberland Presbyterian Church. Franklin was a farmer. He and Mary had thirteen children: (1) Delilah (Thompson), (2) William, (3) Mary M., born 16 July 1870; died 17 March 1872; burial at Vernon Cemetery, Wayne County, Illinois, (4) Edward, (5) *Myrtle Rachel (Stoltz), (6) Franklin, (7) Wreath, (8) Bertha, born 26 March 1885 and died in infancy 29 April 1885; burial by her sister at Vernon Cemetery, (9) Prudence (Standring), (10) Laura (Majors), (11) Gussie (Foster), (12) Anna (Vicks), and (13) Paul.
George and Myrtle Stoltz made Mt. Carmel, Illinois, their home for several years. On 2 October 1901, seven months after his marriage, George purchased property in Mt. Carmel from Robert Parkinson for $800. George and Myrtle lived at Mt. Carmel until 1905. During that time he was fireman on the Big Four Railroad. On one trip, the train hit a flock of sheep and was wrecked. George was severely burned by hot water and never went back to the Big Four line. In 1905 at the death of his father, he moved back on the farm and farmed until 1910. When the estate was settled and the farm sold, George went to work for the Illinois Central Railroad where he worked until retirement.
George Stoltz died 4 July 1947 and Myrtle died 15 August 1954; burial at Oakland Cemetery, Freeport, Illinois. George was a good Christian man. He was a big man, over six feet tall with very large hands and feet--a Stoltz characteristic. George and Myrtle Stoltz had four children.
64411. Ruth Monzell Stoltz, born 21 April 1902 on the home place, Wabash County, Illinois. See Number 64411.
64412. Bernard Foster Stoltz, born 31 August 1905 on the home place, Wabash County, Illinois. See Number 64412.
64413. George Arthur Stoltz, born 15 October 1915 at Freeport, Stevenson County, Illinois. See Number 64413.
64414. Robert Eugene Stoltz, born 3 March 1920 at Freeport, Illinois. See Number 64414.

 
Stoltz, George Henry (I891)
 
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64411. RUTH MONZELL STOLTZ,
Ruth Monzell Stoltz was born 21. April 1902 at Mt. Carmel, Illinois, was the daughter of George Henry Stoltz and Myrtle Rachel Wilson. See Number 6441. Ruth started her schooling at Stoltz School, Wabash County, Illinois. In 1910 her parents moved to Freeport, Illinois. Here she completed her schooling.
Ruth Stoltz married John M. Keech in 1925 in Stephenson County, Illinois. John was from the East. He was a construction contractor. No other data on his family. John and Ruth Keech had one son.
644111. Merle Gene Keech, born 3 August 1926 at Freeport, Illinois. Merle died in infancy from pneumonia in 1927; burial is at Oakland Cemetery, Freeport, Illinois.
Shortly after their son's death, Ruth and John Keech were divorced. Ruth then moved back home with her parents. Ruth (Stoltz) Keech married second Frederick Earl Hawes. Fred was born 7 April 1882 at Stockton, Illinois. His father was Horace Hawes and his mother was Jennie Lucinda Ransom (Minor).
Fred and Ruth Stoltz (Keech) Hawes lived near Freeport, Illinois. Fred was a farmer. He died 12 March 1937; burial at Oakland Cemetery, Freeport, Illinois. Fred and Ruth Hawes had an only child.
644112. Jean Lorraine Hawes, born 20 September 1936 at Freeport, Ill. See Number 644112.
Ruth Stoltz (Hawes) married third Homer Franklin Larrow 19 February 1945 at Freeport, Illinois. Homer Larrow was born 10 December 1899 at McConnell, Illinois. Homer's-father was John Henry Larrow, born 18 November 1867 at Buckeye, Illinois, and his mother was Helen Caroline Shons, born 23 December 1867 in Texas. They resided at McConnell, Illinois. They had four children: (1) Alice, (2) *Homer Franklin, (3) Marjorie (Niesman), and (4) Gene. John Larrow died 18 November 1926 and Helen died 2 February 1955; burial at the Silent Hill Cemetery, McConnell, Illinois.
Homer and Ruth Larrow resided first at Freeport, Illinois, and then at McConnell, Illinois. Homer was a farmer. Homer and Ruth had twins, born at Freeport, Stevenson County, Illinois.
644113. Gary Allen Larrow, born 11 December 1945. See Number 644113.
644114. Mary Alice Larrow, born 11 December 1945. See Number 644114.
Ruth Monzell (Stoltz) Larrow died 11 December 1962; burial at the Silent Hill Cemetery, McConnell, Illinois.

 
Stoltz, Ruth Monzell (I900)
 
219 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Hawes, Jean Lorraine (I953)
 
220 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Larrow, Gary Allen (I955)
 
221 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Larrow, Mary Alice (I956)
 
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64412. BERNARD FOSTER STOLTZ
Bernard Foster Stoltz was born 31 August 1905 at Mt. Carmel, Wabash County, Illinois, was the son of George Henry Stoltz and Myrtle Rachel Wilson. See Number 6441. Bernard's parents left Wabash County when he was five years old and moved to Freeport, Illinois. Bernard attended the Freeport public schools. As a youth he was called 'Barney'.
Bernard married Dorieus Luella Wilson 24 February 1926 at Rockford, Ill. Her father was George Albert Wilson, born 28 January 1880 at Olathe, Kansas, and her mother was Ida Leid, born 1 November 1880 at Cedarville, Illinois.
George and Ida Wilson lived at Orangeville, Illinois. They were members of the Lutheran Church. George was an auto and farm machinery mechanic.
George and Ida Wilson had two children: (1) Gladys L. and (2) *Dorieus Luella (Stoltz). Dorieus was born 10 November 1906 at Freeport, Illinois. The family does not believe Dorieus is related to Bernard's mother, Myrtle Rachel (Wilson) Stoltz. George Wilson died 26 October 1954; burial at Grand View Cemetery, Freeport, Illinois. Ida died 19 May 1964; burial at Cedarville, Ill.
Bernard and Dorieus Stoltz first lived at Freeport, Illinois. They moved to Monroe, Wisconsin, for a few years, but moved back 'to Freeport. In 1952 they moved to Napa, California, where they presently reside. Bernard was a department manager for Montgomery Ward Company. Bernard and Dorieus are members of the Methodist Church. They had two children both born at Freeport, Stevenson County, Illinois.
644121. Bernard Jack Stoltz, born 4 December 1926. See Number 644121.
644122. Duane Alfred Stoltz, born 22 March 1928. Duane died 29 August 1942 as the result of an auto accident; burial at Greenwood Cemetery, Monroe, Wisconsin.

 
Stoltz, Bernard Foster (I901)
 
223 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Stoltz, Bernard Jack (I958)
 
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64413. GEORGE ARTHUR STOLTZ
George Arthur Stoltz was born 15 October 1915 at Freeport, Stevenson County, Illinois, was the son of George Henry Stoltz and Myrtle Rachel Wilson. See Number 6441. George was always called Art and legally signed his name as Art Stoltz. From his youth Art always enjoyed music and loved to play the piano. As a teenager he bought his first piano with money he had earned, mostly from picking strawberries. Later Art bought a Hammond organ which he greatly admired. Art was also an H.O. gauge train enthusiast. He was a wonderful cook, which is one of the Stoltz traits. Art was active in civic affairs and in the church. He was Worshipful Master of Excelsior Masonic Lodge #97 A.F. and A.M., Freeport, Illinois. He was also a member of the Scottish Rite Body and a 32 degree Mason.
In the middle 1960's Art suffered a heart attack. During his recovery at the hospital he learned to do needlepoint which proved to be good therapy. Art was very proud of his family heritage. He had started work on his family tree, but was unable to continue after his illness.
Art Stoltz married Frances Mae Pickett 14 February 1940 at Freeport, Ill. Frances was born 18 February 1912 at Monroe, Wisconsin. Frances was always called 'Fran'. She was an accomplished musician and before her marriage she played the piano for a dance band composed of her father and four of his brothers. Fran's father was Frank Pickett, born 16 July 1885, and her mother was Elizabeth Mae Mabley, born 3 October 1885; both born at Monroe, Wisconsin. Frank and Elizabeth Pickett lived at Monroe. They were members of the Lutheran Church. Frank was a painter and paper hanger. He and Elizabeth had three children: (1) *Frances Mae (Stoltz), (2) Ruthella (Kramer), and (3) Harold. Frank Pickett died 11 June 1937 and Elizabeth died 18 October 1972; burial at Greenwood Cemetery, Monroe, Wisconsin.
Art and Fran always resided at Freeport, Illinois. They were members of the First English Lutheran Church. Art was an employee of the Micro-Switch, Incorp. at Freeport. Art died from heart arrest 10 May 1972; burial is at Oakland Cemetery, Freeport, Illinois. Art and Fran Stoltz had two children.
644131. Sandra Elizabeth Stoltz, born 13 July 1941 at Freeport, Illinois. See Number 644131.
644132. Barry Arthur Stoltz, born 25 May 1947. Barry died in infancy at age three months. Burial is at Oakland Cemetery, Freeport, Illinois.

 
Stoltz, George Arthur (I902)
 
225 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Stoltz, Sandra Elizabeth (I961)
 
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64414. ROBERT EUGENE STOLTZ
Robert Eugene Stoltz was born 3 March 1920 at Freeport, Stevenson County, Illinois, is the son of George Henry Stoltz and Myrtle Rachel Wilson. See Number 6441. Robert has always been called 'Bobby'.
When he was a child, his older sister Ruth was practically a mother to him and his older brother Arthur. After graduation from the Freeport High School in 1938, Bobby worked for several local firms and the Illinois Central Railroad before he found a job to his liking at Micro-Switch Company. Bobby joined the Air Force in World War II and served from March 1943 to October 1945 in the European Theater of Operations. After his discharge in 1945 he returned to his old job at Micro-Switch where he is now technical coordinator.
Bobby Stoltz married Olive Mae Doeden 16 July 1948 at Freeport, Illinois. Olive was born 9 November 1925 at Forreston, Illinois. Her father was Fred Hilery Doeden, born 2 October 1888 at Sidney, Ohio, and her mother was Anna Gronewold, born 28 January 1890 at Adeline, Illinois. They were members of the Evangelical Lutheran Church. Fred was a carpenter. He died 12 July 1960 and Anna died 26 March 1964; burial is at the Chapel Hill Cemetery, Freeport Illinois. Fred and Anna Doeden had eight children: (1) Dorothy (Seitz), (21 Viola (Matthews), (3) Leona (Griffith), (4) Wanda (Spengler), (5) Rozetta (Ben" der), (6) Lloyd C., (7) Boyd L. and (8) *Olive Mae (Stoltz)
On January 23, 1975, the usual routine of the family of Bobby and Olive was suddenly interrupted. Bobby learned that he was the winner of the Illinois State Lottery's $300,000 Bonanza prize money. The news of this quickly acquired new wealth overwhelmed Bobby and Olive. With this extra money Bobby plans to build a new one-story ranch type house which they have always wanted. Bobby and Olive live at Freeport, Illinois. They have two children both born at Freeport.
644141. Robert Jeffery Stoltz, born 26 November 1952.
644142. Janet Lynn Stoltz, born 18 May 1956. See Number 644142.

 
Stoltz, Robert Eugene (I903)
 
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6442. EDGAR ADOLPHUS STOLTZ
Edgar Adolphus Stoltz was born 5 November 1879 at Stoltz Prairie, Wabash County, Illinois, was the son of George Lewis Stoltz and Eva Weyl. See Number 644. Edgar Stoltz helped his father on the farm and learned the carpentry trade from his grandfather, George Stoltz. He attended Stoltz School near his home and the Jordan Creek Lutheran Church. Edgar was always a happy and outgoing person. He loved life and enjoyed having fun and playing tricks on his friends. When he was found out in his trickery, he would just get a twinkle in his eye. There are no records at the Wabash County Courthouse of his ever purchasing property. He always worked at the carpentry trade after leaving home.
Edgar married Estella Marx 6 May 1903 at Bellmont, Illinois. Estella Marx was born 16 August 1883 in Wabash County, Illinois. Estella was always called 'Kate' or 'Katie'. Her father was William Marx and her mother was Armethia Seibert. William and Armethia Marx lived near Bellmont, Illinois. William was a farmer. They are buried at Old Lancaster Cemetery.
After being married to Edgar for less than a year, Katie died 22 February 1904; burial at Old Lancaster Cemetery, Wabash County, Illinois. Edgar and Katie had no children. While working at Bradley, Illinois, with his brother Clarence, Edgar met Julia Melina Humblet and they were married 6 May 1912 at Kankakee, Illinois. Julia was born 7 August 1893 at Kankakee. Her father was Norbert Humblet, born 5 June 1860, and her mother was Victorine Pacolet, born 7 December 1867. They were of Belgian descent. Norbert and Victorine Humblet had five children: (1) Celina, (2) Norbert, (3) *Julia Melina (Stoltz), (4) Victor, and (5) Herman. Norbert Humblet died 30 March 1927 and Victorine died 28 April 1922; burial at Calvary Cemetery, Kankakee, Ill.
Edgar and Julia Stoltz lived in Kankakee, Illinois. They had three children all born at Kankakee.
64421. Sterling Archibald Stoltz, born 18 July 1913. See Number 64421.
64422. Mae Victoria Stoltz, born 7 May 1916. See Number 64422.
64423. Richard Wilson Stoltz, born 10 October 1918. See Number 64423.
When the youngest child, Richard, was still a baby, Edgar and Julia were divorced. Edgar was given custody of the children and he accepted and served in the role of both father and mother. His mother-in-law, Victorine, helped Edgar raise the children until her death in 1922. Some time after divorcing Edgar, Julia married Charles Mayhew. Julia died 29 February 1952; burial at Mount Calvary Cemetery, Kankakee, Illinois.
In the fall of 1932 Edgar took ill and April 13, 1933 he entered the hospital and died one month later, 13 May 1933 from cancer of the esophagus. Thus ended the life a most kind, loving father and gracious Christian person--this is the tribute that his children bestowed upon him.

 
Stoltz, Edgar Adolphus (I892)
 
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64421. STERLING ARCHIBALD STOLTZ
Sterling Archibald Stoltz was born 18 July at Kankakee, Kankakee County, Illinois, is the son of Edgar Adolphus Stoltz and Julia Melina Humblet. See Number 6442. Sterling attended the Catholic schools and was graduated from high school. As a young man, he followed the carpentry trade under the apprenticeship of his father.
Sterling Stoltz married Florence Marguerite Francoeur 28 April 1935 at Kankakee, Illinois. Frances was born 14 March 1917 at Kankakee. She also attended the Catholic schools and was graduated from high school. Her father was George Joseph Francoeur, born 4 August 1884 at Kankakee, and her mother is Iveline Marguerite Tetreau (pronounced Tatro), born 21 January 1893 at Clifton, Iroquois County, Illinois. They were of French Descent and were members of the Catholic Church. George was an electrical contractor. They resided at Kankakee. George and Iveline Francoeur had twelve children: (1) Ada Mae (Casper), (2) Fern (Long), (3) George C., (4) Carolyn (Coy), (5) *Florende Marguerite (Stoltz), (6) Jean (Stone), (7) Robert Lee, (8) John Anthony, (9) James Ambron, (10) Celeste Therese (Alberts), (11) William Joseph, and (12) Audrey Elaine (Bieber). George Francoeur died 27 April 1961; burial at Mt. Calvary Catholic Cemetery, Kankakee, Illinois. Iveline lives with her sister Fern at Cisne, Illinois.
Sterling and Florence Stoltz first lived at Kankakee, Illinois. He was inducted into the Army during World War II and served from 28 February 1942 to 1 January 1946. When Sterling was overseas, Florence worked in a defence plant. Sterling served in China, Burna, and India. After discharge from the Army, he returned to Kankakee and continued in the building trades field as a building contractor.
In 1948 Sterling and his family left Kankakee and moved to Douglas, Arizona because of Florence's asthmatic condition -- an ailment brought on from inhaling fumes of T.N.T. and black powder while working in the munitions plant.
Their son Jon also had hayfever and symptoms of asthma. In 1955 they moved to El Paso, Texas, where Sterling was chief building maintenance engineer for a new hospital. Sterling and Florence reside at El Paso and are members of the Catholic Church. They have two children.
644211. Georgia Lee Stoltz, born 28 September 1943 at St. Louis, Missouri. See Number 644211.
644212. Jon Terry Stoltz, born 18 December 1946 at Kankakee, Illinois. See Number 644212.

 
Stoltz, Sterling Archibald (I906)
 
229 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Stoltz, Georgia Lee (I967)
 
230 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Stoltz, Jon Terry (I968)
 
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64422. MAE VICTORIA STOLTZ
Mae Victoria Stoltz was born 7 May 1916 at Kankakee, Kankakee County, Illinois, is the daughter of Edgar Adolphus Stoltz and Julia Melina Humblet. See Number 6442. Mae attended the St. Parrick's Catholic School in Kankakee.
Mae Stoltz married Doris Joseph Cote 15 June 1940 at Kankakee, Illinois. Doris was born 7 May 1916 at St. Anne, Illinois. His parents, both born at Kankakee, Illinois, were Moses Adolphus Cote, born 29 July 1880, and Anne Malina Boudreau, born 3 April 1882. Moses and Anne Cote lived at Kankakee. Moses was a barber. He died 25 May 1952 and Anne died 25 October 1979; burial at Mt. Calvary Cemetery, Kankakee, Illinois. Moses and Anne Cote had twelve children: (1) Mabel, (2) Lawrence, (3) *Doris, (4) Lloyd, (5) Leroy, (6) waiter, (7) Yvonne, (8) Vernon, (9) Arnold, (10) Donald, (11) Rosetta, and (12) Vernell.
Doris and Mae Cote lived in Kankakee, Illinois. Doris was an upholsterer and furniture rebuilder. Doris and Mae had three children all born in Kankakee, Illinois.
644221. Carol Ann Cote, born 27 January 1943. See Number 644221.
644222. Janice Cote, born 15 May 1944. Janice is a nurse.
644223. Steven Paul Cote, born 9 February 1946. See Number 644223.
After their children were raised, Mae and Doris separated. Doris now resides at Bradley, Illinois. Mae (Stoltz) Cote lives at Kankakee, Illinois. She is employed by a telephone answering service, a position she has had for some twenty-five years.

 
Stoltz, Mae Victoria (I907)
 
232 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Cote, Carol Ann (I970)
 
233 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Cote, Steven Paul (I972)
 
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64423. RICHARD WILSON STOLTZ
Richard Wilson Stoltz was born 10 October 1918 at Kankakee, Illinois, is the son of Edgar Adolphus Stoltz and Julia Melina Humblet. See Number 6442. Richard was only fifteen years old when his father died. His father and mother had divorced when he was only a baby. Richard stayed with his mother's relatives until after graduation from Kankakee High School, then worked at the Bear Brand Hosiery Company in Kankakee until his induction into the Army Air Force in 1943. Upon his discharge in 1946, Richard began working in defense plants.
Richard Stoltz married Eleva May Trackman 12 August 1945 at Kankakee, Ill. Eleva was born 5 December 1926 at Joliet, Illinois. She graduated from the Joliet public school system. Her father was Harry Bernard Trackman and her mother is Violet Rosina Sarver, born 19 December 1905 at Coal City, Illinois. Violet resides at San Bernardina, California. Harry and Violet Trackman had four children: (1) Harry Bernard, Jr., (2) Genedene Shirley, (3) Raymond Rodger, and (4) *Eleva May (Stoltz).
Richard began his career as non-destructive test technician at the Joliet Arsenal in Joliet, Illinois. Later he worked at LaPorte, Indiana. In 1964 Richard and his family moved to Santa Cruz, California where he presently is employed with the Lockheed Space and Missile Center. Richard and Betty (name changed in 1945) live at Santa Cruz, California and are members of the Methodist Church. Richard and Betty have four children.
644231. Rose Joelene Stoltz, born 7 September 1948 at Joliet, Illinois. See Number 644231.
644232. Richard Curtis Stoltz, born 3 August 1951 at Joliet, Illinois. Richard works in home maintenance.
644233. Patty Anne Stoltz, born 1 June 1956 at LaPorte, Indiana. Patty is a nurse's aide.
644234. Michael Roger Stoltz, born 4 August 1958 at LaPorte, Indiana. Michael is a truck driver.

 
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6443. CLARENCE FRANKLIN STOLTZ
Clarence Franklin Stoltz was born 27 December 1880 at Stoltz Prairie, Wabash County, Illinois, was the son of George Lewis Stoltz and Eva Weyl. See Number 644. Clarence attended Stoltz School and the Jordan Creek Lutheran Church. He is pictured with other pupils at Stoltz School on page 509. Clarence helped his father on the farm and did some carpentry work. At age twenty-two he went to Bradley, Illinois to seek employment. Upon finding employment, he obtained room and board at the home of Stanislos and Marceline Landry, whose daughter Malvina, he married.
Clarence Stoltz married Malvina Mary Landry 26 April 1903 at Bradley, Ill. Malvina Landry was born 1 January 1886 at Damar, Kansas. Malvina was the daughter of Stanislos Frank Landry, born in 1850 at L'abbe St. Pau, Canada, and Marceline Trembly, born 1 January 1850 at Chambly Pra de, Quebec, Canada. They were of French-Canadian extraction. They first lived in St. Leon, Canada, but later moved to Michigan, then Kansas, and then to Kankakee, Illinois, where they made their permanent home. Stanislos served one year in the Michigan 46th Regiment during the Civil War. Besides working in lumber, he was a tobacco grower and later in life he was a sexton. Stanislos and Marceline Landry had six children: (1) George (b. 1870-d. 1953), (2) Arthur, (b. 1872 d. 1937), (3) Fred (b. 1874), (4) Emma (Lamotte) (b. 1877 - d. 1942), (5) Napoleon (b. 1880 - d. 1945), and (6) *Malvina Mary (Stoltz).
Arthur Landry's son, James Landry, is coach of the Dallas Cowboys professional football team.
Stanislos Landry died 1 June 1910 and Marceline died 25 February 1908; burial at St. Rose Catholic Cemetery, Kankakee, Illinois.
Clarence and Malvina Stoltz lived at Bradley, Illinois and were members of the St. Joseph's Catholic Church. After several years of working at different manufacturing companies, Clarence gave up factory work and he and his cousin Ora Seibert formed a partnership in the plastering business which he maintained until his retirement. His two sons, Earl and Clarence, continued in the plastering contracting business. During the time Clarence was in business, he was secretary and treasurer of the Plasterer's Union #37, a member of the Knights of Columbus, and the Fidelity Lodge.
Clarence Stoltz died 29 May 1940 and Malvina died 31 March 1974; burial at St. Rose Catholic Cemetery, Kankakee, Illinois. Clarence and Malvina had nine children all born at Bradley, Illinois.
64431. Irene Isabelle Stoltz, born 18 March 1904. Irene had a ruptured appendix which caused her death 19 September 1923 at age nineteen years; burial at St. Rose Catholic Cemetery, Kankakee, Kankakee County, Illinois.
64432. Herman Arthur Stoltz, born 7 March 1906. See Number 64432.
64433. Isabell Ida Stoltz, born 24 April 1908. See Number 64433.
64434. Florence Yvonne Stoltz, born 2 May 1911. See Number 64434.
64435. Earl August Stoltz, born 11 May 1913. See Number 64435.
64436. Opal Mary-Rose Stoltz, born 16 August 1915. See Number 64436.
64437. Robert Paul Stoltz, born 2 December 1918. Robert contracted German measles, followed by pneumonia, which proved fatal. He died 23 January 1921; burial at St. Rose Catholic Cemetery, Kankakee, Illinois.
64438. Clarence Ora Stoltz, born 5 April 1921. See Number 64438.
64439. Dorothy Irene Stoltz, born 15 October 1924. See Number 64439.

 
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644322. GERALD HERMAN STOLTZ
Gerald Herman Stoltz was born 9 February 1929 at Kankakee, Illinois, is the son of Herman Arthur Stoltz and Dorothy Ann Faber. See Number 64432. As a youth, Gerald helped his father in the greenhouse. He attended the Catholic elementary school and graduated from the St. Patrick's Catholic High School. Gerald learned floral designing from his father and worked as floral designer for several years.
Gerald Stoltz married Gloria Rosetta Martell 5 October 1952 at Kankakee, Illinois. Gloria was born 10 February 1934 at Kankakee. Her parents, both born at Kankakee, Illinois, are Leonel Arthur Martell, born 3 August 1912 and Vivian Marie Margaret Evans, born 1 September 1913. Leonel and Vivian Martell lived in Kankakee. Leonel was a die setter. He and Vivian had two children: (1) *Gloria Rosetta (Stoltz) and (2) Roy L. Martell. Leonel and Vivian now reside at Harrisburg, Illinois.
In 1953 Gerald began work as a clerk in the industrial engineering office of the Florence Stove. Company. In 1968 he became chief industrial engineer and later became project engineer, his present position. In any free time he can manage, he works at the Faber Floral Company to be in the environment he has loved since childhood. His hobby interests are woodworking and art. After the children were raised, Gloria, Gerald's wife, became the first woman employee of the Kankakee Fire Department She was secretary to the fire chief. In 1974 Gloria learned that she had cancer. She died 25 November 1974 from complications resulting from cancer surgery. Burial is at Mt. Calvary Cemetery, Kankakee, Illinois. Pallbearers were members of the Kankakee Fire Department. Gloria was a member of the Catholic Church and of St. Mary's Hospital Auxiliary Board. Gloria's love of life is captured in a poem she gave to her boss, the fire chief, after she learned of her illness. It reads: "The clock of life is wound but once ... And no man hath the power ... To tell when the hands will stop ... At late or early hour. Now is the only time you own ... Live, love, toil with a will ... Place no faith in tomorrow ... For the clock may then be still."
Gerald and Gloria Stoltz had six children all born at Kankakee, Illinois.
6443221. Pamela Kay Stoltz, born 13 July 1953. See Number 6443221.
6443222. Julia Ann Stoltz, born 20 November 1954. See Number 6443222.
6443223. Cynthia Ann Stoltz, born 20 February 1958. Cynthia is married to Mounir Helou. They have twin sons, Robert and Richard Helou, born 7 March 1979.
6443224. Jeffery Lee Stoltz, born 6 November 1959.
6443225. Celia Lyn Stoltz, born 8 July 1961.
6443226. Scott Otto Stoltz, born 25 March 1963.
Gerald Stoltz resides at Kankakee, Illinois with his two youngest children Celia and Scott. Gerald has always been known as 'Jerry' by his friends and family.
Gerald Stoltz married second Jennifer K. (Hubell) Bowman 13 March 1976. Jennifer was born 3 October 1935, Kankakee County, Illinois. Jennifer's father is Ernest Hubell and her mother is Norma Minerva Myer, born 12 November 1909. They were divorced when Jennifer was one year old. Norma (Myer) Hubell married second Norman W. Buchanon 30 October 1937. Norman was born 23 June 1910. Jennifer Hubell was first married to John Bowman in 1956. John and Jennifer Bowman had six children: (1) Jeffery, (2) Joy Marie, (3) Joseph, (4) John J., (5) James, and (6) Jerrold). Jennifer and John were divorced in 1974.

 
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644323. JOANNE MARIE STOLTZ
Joanne Marie Stoltz was born 26 December 1930 at Kankakee, Illinois, is the daughter of Herman Arthur Stoltz and Dorothy Ann Faber. See Number 64432. Joanne grew up in Kankakee. She was graduated from St. Patrick's Catholic High School. Joanne attended Illinois State University at Normal, Illinois, and was graduated with a B. S. degree in Education.
Joanne Stoltz married Robert Alexander Paton 10 August 1952 at Kankakee, Illinois. Robert was born 16 August 1925 at Alton, Illinois. He is a graduate of Illinois State University at Normal, Illinois. Robert is the son of Herbert Edward Paton, born 19 February 1888 at Hastings, Ontario, Canada, and Helen Farabee Gibson, born 13 November 1890 at Longview, Illinois. Herbert was a banker. Herbert and Helen Paton had three children: (1) Ella Jean (2) *Robert Alexander, and (3) Herbert Gibson., Herbert Paton died 27 April 1966; burial is at Valhalla Memorial Cemetery, Alton, Illinois. He was a member of the Presbyterian Church.
Joanne and Robert have lived several places since their marriage: Freeport, Pekin, and Peoria, Illinois; Bloomington, Indiana, Bettendorf, Iowa, and Naperville, Illinois. Robert is a scout executive and Joanne is a kindergarten teacher. Robert and Joanne are members of the Presbyterian Church. They have four sons.
6443231. Bruce Alan Paton, born 10 August 1954 at Freeport, Illinois. Bruce is a graduate of the University of Iowa and is employed by the Illinois Institute of Natural Resources.
6443232. Douglas Edward Paton, born 23 April 1956 at Pekin, Illinois. Douglas is an officer in the U. S. Air Force at Hawaii.
6443233. Robert Scott Paton, born 28 February 1959 at Pekin, Illinois. Robert is presently a student at Purdue University, Lafayette, Indiana.
6443234. Bradley Charles Paton, born 7 September 1967 at Naperville, Ill.

 
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644324. DOLORES JEAN STOLTZ
Dolores Jean Stoltz was born 3 March 1932 at Kankakee, Kankakee County, Illinois, is the daughter of Herman Arthur Stoltz and Dorothy Ann Faber. See Number 64432.
Dolores Stoltz married Bernard Michael Milaszewski 16 August 1951 at Kankakee, Illinois. Bernard was born 20 August 1924 in Wisconsin. His father was Michael Kazimir Milaszewski, born 15 April 1894, and his mother was Helen Elizabeth Smolenski, born 20 July 1893; both born at Wilino, Poland. Michael and Helen Milaszewski lived at Bradley, Illinois. They were members of the Catholic Church. Michael was a machinist. They had two children: (1) Wanda (Zaucha) born 16 October 1922 and (2) *Bernard Michael. Michael died 25 September 1965 and Helen died 2 May 1964; burial at Mount Calvary Cemetery, Kankakee, Illinois.
Bernard and Dolores lived at Kankakee. Bernard was an iron worker. He and Dolores were divorced in April 1961. Bernard Milaszewski died 15 May 1961 from hepatitis and pneumonia; burial at Mount Calvary Cemetery, Kankakee, Ill. Bernard and Dolores had one child.
6443241. Michael James Milaszewski, born 9 August 1952 at Kankakee, Ill. See Number 6443241.
Dolores married second Donald Albert Nelson 14 April 1961 at Peoria, Ill. Donald was born 4 July 1922 at Kankakee, Illinois. His father was Albert B. Nelson, born 9 March 1891 at Republic, Michigan, and his mother was Elsa A. Lezotte, born 9 March 1893 at Marinette, Wisconsin. Albert and Elsa Nelson lived at Kankakee, Illinois. They were members of the Lutheran Church. Albert was a railroad worker. He and Elsa had five children: (1) Clarence H., (2) *Donald Albert, (3) Bonnie (Overmeyer), (4) Lloyd and (5) Nola (Cowley). Albert Nelson died 9 May 1967 and Elsa died 26 September 1972; burial at Mound Grove Cemetery, Kankakee, Illinois.
Donald and Dolores Nelson lived in Kankakee, Illinois. They have three children all born in Kankakee, Kankakee County, Illinois.
6443242. Byran Joseph Nelson, born 13 July 1962.
6443243. Amy JoAnn Nelson, born 13 July 1962. Amy and Byran are twins.
6443244. Thomas James Nelson, born 18 August 1965.
Donald and Dolores were divorced 13 December 1972. Dolores resides at Kankakee, Illinois. She is a waitress at the Kankakee County Club. She is a member of the St. Teresa Catholic Church.

 
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