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201 August 18, 1905

Friends Searching for Relative of Man Missing from Paris
YARMOUTH,Mass.,Aug.17.-Considerable interest is manifested here in the reported disappearance from Paris of Enoch Emery,formerly of Yarmouth,who for several years has been conducting extensive commercial enterprises in Siberia.A cablegram received last night by Mayor Collins of Boston from United States Consul General Wynne at London, telling of Emery's disappearance and requesting that his brother Charles be notified, developed the fact that the whereabouts of the latter is unknown.
Two weeks ago Charles Emery received a cablegram saying that his brother Enoch was dying at his home in Moscow. A few days later a registered letter arrived here for Charles Emery, who in the meantime had closed his home and left town with no word as to where he was going.
No further information has been received to explain how Emery reached Paris so soon after he was reported dying at Moscow.
August 17, 1905
Special to the New York Times
Boston,Aug.17.- The cable reporting the disappearance from Paris of Enoch Emery excited much interest in this section.
The missing man made a fortune through general trading in Siberia.He was born in Yarmouth on January 8,1851, and for a time was engaged in the shipping industry. Eventually he found his way to the Amoor River district in Siberia, and started a trade in general commodities. From time to time he branches out,establishes stores in different places and dealt extensively in American machinery. He was joined by his brother Charles Emery for a time, and the later returned later to this country with considerable wealth.
Enoch Emery remained on the other side, and for several years has made his home in Moscow. He visited his brother at South Dennis, about three years ago, and again last year he came to the country.Charles Emery told many interesting stories of the business in Russia, and said that the Russian officials were jealous of his brother's success, and that Enoch always felt that his property might be confiscated at any time.
The last time Enoch Emery was in America he gave many costly gifts to his relatives and friends.

additional information courtesy of Christina11 in the forums.


1910 United States Federal Census
Name: Charles A Emery
Age in 1910: 61
Estimated Birth Year: 1849
Birthplace: Massachusetts
Relation to Head of House: Head
Father's Birth Place: Maine
Mother's Birth Place: Massachusetts
Spouse's Name: Angella M Emery
Home in 1910: Dennis, Barnstable, Massachusetts
Marital Status: Married - Marriage 2 - 4 years
Race: White
Gender: Male
Household Members: Name Age
Charles A Emery 61
Angella M Emery 42

Charles A. Emery in the passport applications too. For your grave record he was born Jan. 20, 1849 in Yarmouth, Mass. 
Emery, Charles Adams (I110521)
202 Augustus Robinson was a graduate of the U. S. Military Academy at West Point, Class of 1857. A career biography of him is given in entry #1777 in Cullum's Biographical Register of the Graduates of the Military Academy; it is online.
- Bill Thayer (History of West Point)
Robinson, Col. Augustus Gilman (I108291)
203 Author of "Bartlett's Familiar Quotations." Bartlett, John (I103653)
204 author of the "Rights of Women," published in 1818. Crocker, Hannah M. (I105940)
205 Author of:

"Leaves from the Battlefield of Gettysburg: A Series of Letters from a Field Hospital and National Poems" (1864)

Emily Bliss Thacher Souder

Thacher, Emily Bliss (I104570)
206 Author of: An Old Family, 1882, Poems and History of the Thacher Family Thacher, Hannah Blaney (I104595)
207 Author:
A Manual of Physical Diagnosis; Lea & Feriger; 1925; Philadelphia & New York 
Thacher, Dr. Henry Clark MD (I115383)
208 Authur of: Separation: And Other Poems by Delia Amiee Tudor Thacher, wife of Louis Bartlett Thacher, Sr. Tudor, Delia Amiee (I109509)
209 A] Parents, husband and two children of Elizabeth Bacon are in "Thacher-Thatcher Genealogy by John R. Totten.
[B] Town of Barnstable Deeds, Vol. 4, page 35--LDS Microfilm-- John Jackson, Merchant of Boston and Joseph Jackson, Mariner of Barnstable selling land to Ebenezer Bacon. The document indicates they are selling their share of the land that was t aside to support Hannah Gorham, Widow of Col. David Gorham. They noted this right of support reserved to her life time---Hannah Gorham was the 2nd wife of David Gorham. His first wife was Abigail Sturgis and they had a daughter Lydia who married Edward Bacon. The estate records of David Gorham indicate that a share of his estate was to go to Lydia Bacon, wife of Edward Bacon. In turn the share passed on to their daughter Elizabeth Bacon Jackson and their son Henry Bacon. By 1809 Richard Jackson and his wife Elizabeth Bacon were dead and the land passed on to the surviving sons Joseph and John. Henry Bacon, brother of Elizabeth Bacon Jackson, also sold his share to Ebenezer Bacon.

[C] Vol. 26, page 358, Barnstable's Probate and Wills [from LDS-microfilm # 1839415]-- -- Will of Nymphas Marston, grand uncle of Elizabeth Bacon Jackson, "Item I give to Elizabeth Jackson daughter of said Capt Edward Bacon one looking glass n y best chamber and the mahogony Table that stands under it."

[D] Barnstable Cobb's Hill Cemetery(aka Goodspeed's Hill Cemetery)
In memory of Mrs. Elizabeth Jackson consort of Richard Jackson, who departed this life Augst 1st 1790 aged 25 years. 
Bacon, Elizabeth (I105792)
210 B 6 Coleman Mausoleum Coleman, Robert Lewis Jr. (I110813)
211 Barbara Puerner Warner
October 17, 1934 – May 6, 2018

Barbara Puerner Warner, 83, of Wilson passed away Sunday, May 6, 2018 at Wilson Medical Center.

Barbara will be remembered fondly for her infectious laugh and loving nature. She dedicated her life to caring for others as a mother, nurse and rescuer of strays.

Barbara met her husband of fifty years, Richard Warner, while serving as a playground monitor for children in Janesville, Wisconsin. Together, they have fostered dozens of newborn children as they await adoption placement, and they also adopted and raised four children of their own. Barbara was a class act who was just at ease in a cocktail dress with a Lucky Strike in one hand and a Manhattan in the other as she was in sweatpants tending to her children and pets.

She graduated from Janesville High School in Janesville, Wisconsin and earned her nursing degree from the State University of New York at Canton.

Barbara is survived by her four children; William Warner (Barbara Jones) of New Hope, Pennsylvania, Susan Brewer (Mike)of Wilson, Col. Michael Warner of Dayton, Ohio, and Jennifer Warner (Paul Melsness) of Minneapolis, Minnesota; three grandchildren, Justin Brewer, Richard Melsness, and Henrik Melsness, and her brothers Bradley Puerner (Karen) of Milton, Wisconsin, Richard Puerner (Doris) of Canfield, Ohio, and William Puerner (Connie, deceased) of Benton, Kentucky.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Richard Warner; brother, Merrill Puerner, Jr. (Lois), and her parents, Merrill and Ethel Puerner.

A graveside service will be held at 2:00pm, Monday, May 14, 2018 in Milton Lawns Memorial Park, Janesville, Wisconsin.

In lieu of flowers, the family has requested memorials in Barbara’s memory to be sent to the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty of Animals (ASPCA), 424 E 92nd Street, New York, New York 10128 or ttps:// or the Humane Society, PO Box 7064, Wilson, North Carolina or

Schneider Funeral Home in Janesville, Wisconsin is assisting the family. 
Puerner, Barbara Ann (I185)
212 Barrington Courier-Review 06/08/1916 Family F6247
213 Benjamin Abel died from a fall down stairs injuring his knee, he was at the Burk Hill meeting house June 7, 1857, he was a farmer, he died 2 August 1857 in Perry, NY at the home of his son Alfred Abel. Abel, Benjamin (I115961)
214 Benjamin Thacher was a carpenter, he resided in Brockport, Monroe Co., New York Thacher, Benjamin (I116588)
215 Benjamin was a wheel-wright by trade and had his shop at the junction of the South Dennis and Searsville Roads. His house was across the street from his shop and is now (1940) owned by Everett Bacon.

Benjamin was selectman of Dennis in 1846 for three years.

Thacher, Benjamin (I103706)
216 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I73)
217 Bennett G. Buell, 89, of Bridgewater died Jan. 18, 2007, at Royal Health Gate Nursing Home in Trenton as the result of a head injury following a fall on Dec. 24.

Dr. Bennett Buell was born in Watertown, Wis., on April 21, 1917, to Ralph and Tena Buell. He was employed as a chemist for American Cyanamid, retiring in 1981.

Bennett received a bachelor's degree in chemistry from Beloit College in 1939; his master's degree from Vanderbilt University in 1940; and his Ph.d. from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 1951.

He was a World War II veteran, serving with the U.S. Navy in Hawaii.

He was an avid photographer, skier and bowler. He loved classical music, travel, socializing with friends from American Cyanamid, and especially family gatherings in the Midwest. Dr. Buell never married.

Bennett was predeceased by four brothers and sisters, Celia Buell, Henrietta Buell Umbs, Robert Buell and Dorothy Buell Gilbertsen.

He is survived by his sister, Betty Buell Healy of Virginia, Minn.; a sister-in-law, Lois Buell of Janesville, Wis.; as well as 12 loving nieces and nephews. Special friends include Priscilla Bledsoe of Warren, Doris and Randy Ruby of Millington and Charlene Kita of Easton, Pa.

A memorial service will be held in Wisconsin on April 21, which would have been Bennett's 90th birthday.

Posted by the Asbury Park Press on 02/4/07 
Buell, Bennet George (I114857)
218 Bennetta Harvey is the youngest daughter of Benjamin Isaac Harvey (b. London, England) and his 2nd wife Julia Nathan (b. London, England) of Philadelphia. She was born 5 months after her father died of typhoid fever at the age of 43. Members of her brother's and sister's family know her as "Benyetta."

Bennetta married Peter Fritz Thacher in Philadelphia on 3 Sep 1890 and had three children: Hannah, Julia "Jewel" and Samuel Nathan.

Bennetta and Peter are buried in Adath Jeshurun Cemetery in the same plot as unmarried daughter Jewel and mother Julia Nathan Hart Harvey.

Sources: Totten's Thacher-Thatcher Genealogy; US censuses; Cong Adath Jeshurun (Elkins Park, PA) and Cong Beth Israel (Northfield, NJ) records; family stories, etc. 
Harvey, Bennetta (I109052)
219 BENNINGTON -- Eileen "Billie" Cushman Eileen Miller Cushman, 96, a resident of the Village at Fillmore Pond, died Dec. 24, 2006.

Mrs. Cushman was known to her friends as "Billie" and to her family as "GG."

She was born in Columbus, Ohio, on Oct., 29, 1910, the daughter of George Henry and Gertrude (Shepard) Miller. Mrs. Cushman married Hall Watson Cushman in 1935. Mr. Cushman died Nov. 9, 1982. Mrs. Cushman's daughter, Barbara Hall Cushman, died in 1975. Her son, Christopher Shepard Cushman, died in 1983. Christopher's wife, Darlene (Coonz) Cushman, and three of Mrs. Cushman's brothers, Charles Allen Miller, Carl George Miller and Elwood Eugene Miller all predeceased her.

Mrs. Cushman is survived by her daughter, Deborah Cushman Williams, of Bennington and Deborah's husband John; six grandchildren, Deron Cushman, Shannon Cushman, Westervelt Cushman, Lane Williams, Amanda Jaulin, and Hall Williams;15 great-grandchildren; her brother, John Shepard Miller of Claremont, Calif., and several nieces and nephews.

There will be no calling hours or funeral service. A committal service in the Old Bennington Cemetery will take place in the spring at the convenience of the family.

If friends desire, contributions in memory of Mrs. Cushman may be made to either the VNA and Hospice of Soutwestern Vermont Health Care or a charity of ones choice through the office of the Mahar & Son Funeral Home 628 Main St., Bennington, VT 05201.
Published in Bennington Banner on December 26, 2006 
Miller, Eileen Gertrude (I120434)
220 Bertha is the daughter of August Hans Heinrich Oldorff/Olldorf and Johanna Maria Caroline Franck of Bothmer, Mecklenburg-Schwerin, Germany.

She emigrated to New York and married a Mr. Switzer. Their three daughters were born in the Arizona Territory between 1869 and 1876. It is not known if Bertha was widowed or divorced when she married 2nd husband Oliver Weld Noble Thacher on 9 Apr 1877 in Sawtelle, CA.

In the 1810 census in Kernville, Bertha and Oliver have 4 children in their household, including Bertha's 3 girls: Mary (8); Louiza (7); Annie (4) and Oliver (2).

In the 1900 Bertha is age 48 Oliver is 58 with 5 of their own children: Oliver N ("Ollie"), age 19; Frederick (Plummer), age 17; David A(yers), age 15; Alice E(llen), age 13; and Mabel H(anna), age 10.

After Oliver's death, Bertha got married a 3d time on 26 Sep 1917 to Henry N Underwood of LA. She died in Los Angeles at the age of 75.  
Oldorff, Bertha Henriette (I119775)
221 Bessie M. McMann was born 6 Jun 1906 in Michigan.

She married Charles A. Burtraw (b 1906, d 1962) in about 1924. They had no children.

Bessie died 19 Apr 1989 and is buried in Glendale Cemetery.
Plot: Section 4 
McMann, Bessie M. (I118796)
222 Bessie Oxberger, died July 11, 1935, 44 yrs. 6 mons. 8ds  Oxberger, Bessie Pearl (I119452)
223 Betsey Bettis was from Winsor, Massachusetts Bettis, Betsey (I116188)
224 Betsey's mother died when she was 5 years old. She was adopted by her aunt, Mrs. Hamblin. Living with Isaac and Sally Hamblin in 1850 - listed as Betsey A. Kelly, age 8. Kelley-Hamblin, Betsey Ann (I104230)
225 Birth
name: Moses Grant
date: 06 March 1744
place: Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts
father: Samuel Grant
mother: Elizabeth Grant
“Massachusetts Births, 1639-1915”
FamilySearch (no image available)

Register of Marriages in Boston 1800-1849

Date of Marriage: 1814 October 02
Groom and Bride: Grant, Moses (Jr)
and Susan W Seaver
By Whom Married: Reverend Charles Lowell
(image at right)

This enclosure became the property of Deacon Moses Grant, one of the leaders of the Boston Tea Party (see note below). It is yet held in the family, being in possession of the heirs of the late MOSES GRANT, the temperance lecturer, and contains the remains of three generations. The spot is still private property, quite exempt from control of the burying-ground authorities.

Elizabeth Grant ~ died May 25, 1769
Moses Grant ~ died Aug 18, 1777
Elizabeth Grant ~ died Jan 28, 1778
Samuel Grant ~ died Nov 14, 1784
Sarah Grant ~ died March 14, 1792
Mary Grant ~ died Dec 3, 1808
Moses Grant ~ died Dec 22, 1817
Susan W Grant ~ died July 26, 1818
John Grant ~ died Sept 19, 1820
Ann Grant ~ died April 17, 1832

Note: Not the Moses Grant who participated in the Boston Tea Party. It is the Moses Grant on this page.
"Moses Grant, entry 1030, 30, MCMA,
died 1817."
Explanation: entry 1030 = page number in Whitemore Book, Sec. B; 30 = age at participation in Boston Tea Party; MCMA = indicates a member of Massachusetts Charitable Mechanic Association, Boston artians and tradesmen of that day.

Deaths Registered in the City of Boston
for the year of 1861, July 23
name: Moses Grant
age: 75y 11m 23d
place of death: Cambridge
cause of death: Plithisis [Pulmonalis - ancient name of pulmonary tuberculosis]
sex: Male
marital status: Widow
occupation: Merchant
place of birth: Boston
father: Moses born: Boston
mother: Sarah born: Boston
“Massachusetts Deaths, 1841-1915”
Grant, Moses (I106446)
226 Birth and death dates and locations (mother's maiden name Bain) from California Death Index Records.
Private graveside services were held Tuesday at the Chico Mausoleum for Charlotte Hallet Minderman, 104, of Chico. She died Monday at a local convalescent hospital.

Mrs. Minderman was born October 18, 1879, to Henry and Margaret Hallet of Chico. She graduated in 1899 from Chico Normal High, now Chico State University and taught school in Trinity County.

She married John Minderman on August 15, 1907, in Chico and the couple managed Chico's first supermarket on Third Street. Mrs. Minderman, known as "Aunt Lottie" by her family and community residents, was a friend of General John and Annie Bidwell. Her husband died in 1947.

She was a member of the Order of Eastern Star and a charter member of the Chico Community Concert Association.
Survivors include her daughter, Mrs. Robert L. Boyd of Chico; two granddaughters; and two great-grandchildren.

Dr. Lynn E. Bohek of the Bidwell Memorial Presbyterian Church officiated at the services. Contributions may be made to a favorite charity in care of the Hall-Van Hook
Funeral Chapel. 
Hallett, Charlotte Bain (I89)
227 Birth and death dates and locations (mother's maiden name Hoops) from California Death Index Records.
Chico newspaper May 18, 1947 - John H. Minderman, 66, prominent Chico grocer and banker, died suddenly Saturday night in nearby Jonesville. Minderman was having dinner with friends when he was stricken with a heart attack and died while seated at the table, according to Deputy Coroner S. E. Huddleston who returned the body to Chico.
Long a businessman in Chico, he is well known by a great many Chico residents.

Born of a pioneer Butte County family, September 17, 1880, Minderman was educated in Biggs and San Francisco schools. He worked as a bookkeeper for F. W. Miller, prominent Chico groceryman, with whom he later entered in partnership.

In 1916, Minderman bought Miller's share of the W.Third St. store which he operated until 1931. In that year he opened the Money Saver market. He retired from business two years ago. He married Charlotte Hallet in August, 1907. Minderman was a member of Shasta Lodge No. 1 of Odd Fellows for 40 years. He was also a member of the Knights Templar,the Shriners and the Chico Lodge of Elks. He was a director of the Butte County Savings Bank and the Bank of Chico, which was later taken over by the Bank of America. Minderman was a director of the Bank of America also.

Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Robert Boyd of Chico, two grandchildren, Neta Marie and Betty Jean Boyd of Chico, and a sister, Mrs. Bayles Adelbert of Biggs.
Funeral services will be held at 10:30 a. m. tomorrow in the Nugent-Huddleston Funeral Chapel with the Rev. William MacInnes of the Bidwell Memorial Presbyterian Church officiating. Entombment will follow in the Chico Memorial Mausoleum. 
Minderman, John H. (I90)
228 Birth name was Carroll Clark Collins but on his grandfather's (Carroll Clark Thacher 1882 - 1965) wish to perpetuate the Thacher surname his name was changed to Carroll Clark Thacher, Jr. Thacher, Carroll Clark Jr. (I118401)
229 Birth:
name: Samuel Grant
date: 13 October 1705
place: Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts
father: Joseph Grant
mother: Mary
“Massachusetts Births, 1639-1915”

groom: Samuel Grant
bride: Elizabeth Cookson
date: 01 January 1729
place: Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts

This enclosure became the property of Deacon Moses Grant. It is yet held in the family, being in possession of the heirs of the late Moses Grant, the temperance lecturer, and contains the remains of three generations. The spot is still private property, quite exempt from control of the burying-ground authorities.

Elizabeth Grant ~ died May 25, 1769
Moses Grant ~ died Aug 18, 1777
Elizabeth Grant ~ died Jan 28, 1778
Samuel Grant ~ died Nov 14, 1784
Sarah Grant ~ died March 14, 1792
Mary Grant ~ died Dec 3, 1808
Moses Grant ~ died Dec 22, 1817
Susan W. Grant ~ died July 26, 1818
John Grant ~ died Sept 19, 1820
Ann Grant ~ died April 17, 1832 
Grant, Samuel (I105116)
230 Blacksmith Thacher, Joseph (I103404)
231 blind Briggs, Elizabeth (I104399)
232 Block 36, Lot 12, Grave Alley Winter, Warren Hutchinson (I111888)
233 Block 36, Lot 19, Grave 3 Winter, Charles Edwin (I110547)
234 Block 51 Lot 5 Plot 6 Bahr, Zelda F. (I120498)
235 Block 51 Lot 5 Plot 7 Winter, Stanley Thacher (I111887)
236 Block 7A (2-44) Thacher, Ralph Ledyard (I110636)
237 Block 7A (2-44) Hood, Mary Florence (I111948)

Mary is buried beside him. 
Wilson, Arthur Roy Sr. (I120403)
239 Body lost or destroyed, Specifically: Burial location unknown at this time- research needed.- may be at Eastern Cemetery, Portland, Maine.  Lewis, Ansel Sr. (I106927)
240 Born and baptized Charles Thacher, he was renamed Henry Charles Thacher by the Massachusetts Legislature after his brother, Henry Gray Thacher and his father, Henry Thacher, both died in 1833.  Thacher, Henry Charles (I103888)
241 Born at No. 128 Third Street, South, Philadelphia, PA, he lived at Bridgeport, CN, New York City and Pelham, New York, and St. Louis, MO. He died at St. Louis, MO March 24, 1896, at 4:30am and was buried there in Calvary Roman Catholic Cemetery. "He was an original member of the firm of Stewart, Morgan, & Thatcher. What is now (1920) Tellum addition and park in New York was part of his estate. He won the first cup given by the New York Yacht Club." The Oregon Journal (November 23, 1926, P. 22) Thatcher, George William (I108296)
242 Born in 1898 and died in 1980. He married Harriet Burbridge and they had two children.  Deal, Merril (I119974)
243 Born in 1917 and died in 1990. She married Meril Deal and they had two children.  Burbridge, Harriet Elizabeth (I119959)
244 Born in 1926 and died in 1990. He married Thelma Hayes in 1949 and had two children. Both children are deceased (2010) one son died in infancy. He was cremated and ashes were scattered. His memorial marker is located in the Veterans cemetery in Grand Junction, CO. Burbridge, John J. (I119966)
245 Born in 1957 and died in 2007. Parents were Herb & Yvonne L. Burbridge. He served in the US Army. He had two sons.  Burbridge, Kenneth Paul (I119987)
246 Born in Chicago, Illinois, Thatcher's family moved to Butler County, Kentucky in 1874 and settled near Morgantown. Thatcher worked in farming, on a newspaper and in county offices. He was elected the circuit court clerk for Butler County in 1892 and served from January 1, 1893, until his resignation in 1896. He studied law in Frankfort, Kentucky and was admitted to the bar in 1898, commencing his law practice in Frankfort. Thatcher was an Assistant Attorney General of Kentucky 1898?1900 and then moved to Louisville, Kentucky in 1900. He was an Assistant United States Attorney for the Western District of Kentucky from 1901 to 1906 and a state inspector and examiner for Kentucky 1908?1910.

Thatcher was also a member of the Isthmian Canal Commission and governor of the Canal Zone from 1909 to 1913. Thatcher was the Commission's longest-lived and last surviving member.

During his congressional tenure, he guided the passage of several Kentucky landmarks and parks: Mammoth Cave National Park, Lincoln's birthplace, and the Zachary Taylor National Cemetery. In 1932, he gave up his seat in an unsuccessful attempt to defeat Alben W. Barkley for election to the United States Senate.

Thatcher served on the general counsel of the Gorgas Memorial Institute of Tropical and Preventative Medicine, Inc., Washington, D.C. beginning in 1939 and became its vice president in 1948, a post which he held until 1969 when he was made honorary president, a position previously reserved for Presidents of the United States. In 1962, the first bridge connecting both sides of the Panama Canal was named after him: Thatcher Ferry Bridge. In 1979, the name was officially changed to the Bridge of the Americas. 
Thatcher, Maurice Hudson (I109940)
247 Born in South Dennis, and was a teacher for 25 years Thacher, Blanche Engs (I111876)
248 Born in the old Thacher home in Attleboro, Bristol Co., Massachusetts. Thacher, William Tyler (I117011)
249 born Jackson PA, died Boone, h/o Angelina (Thacher), f/o Henry Thacher (adopted) and Mrs E L Thompson, came to Boone 1884, from Boone Co Rep 9 Jan 1895  Moxley, Byron Sr. (I118147)
250 Born on the old Thacher homestead in Attleboro, Bristol Co., Massachusetts. Thacher, Susan Braston (I116570)

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