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51 1870 census

1880 census
Savage, Charles Tyler (I109616)
52 1920 U. S. census: 406 East Lake, Ward 3, Paragould, Clark Township, Greene County, Arkansas, USA.
1930 U. S. census: 213 Van Wagoner Ave., Ward 7, Flint, Genesee County, Michigan, USA.
1940 U. S. census: 753 Parkland Street, Ward 3, Flint, Genesee County, Michigan, USA. 
Ross, Mary Belle (I109)
53 1930 United States Federal Census
Name: Angela M Emery
Home in 1930: East Bridgewater, Plymouth, Massachusetts
Age: 61
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1869
Birthplace: Maine
Relation to Head of House: Head
Race: White


Military service:

Rent/home value:

Age at first marriage:

Parents' birthplace: Maine

Household Members: Name Age
Angela M Emery 61

additional information courtesy of greyfox in the forums.

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Charles Adams Emery
M., Angela (I569)
54 1930 US Federal Census shows the following information for Ina:

Name: Ina Thatcher
Birth Year: abt 1881
Gender: Female
Race: White
Birthplace: Ohio
Marital Status: Single
Home in 1930: Mirage, Kearney, Nebraska
Institution: Bethphage Suner Mission association of Axtell Nebr Home for Epileptic
Attended School: No
Able to Read and Write: Yes
Father's Birthplace: England
Mother's Birthplace: United States
Able to Speak English: Yes
Household Members:
Name Age
Ina Thatcher 49 
Thatcher, Ina Dean (I102923)
55 1940 U. S. census: 753 Parkland Street, Ward 3, Flint, Genesee County, Michigan, USA. Occupation: Steam Fitter, Heating Contracting.


Obituary from the Birmingham News (Birmingham, Jefferson County, Alabama, USA) on Saturday, December 2, 1995:


BURTRAW, RUSSELL EDWARD, age 84, of Birmingham, Alabama, died Saturday, December 2, 1995. He retired from Rust International, Navy Veteran of WW II, and an Artist. Funeral service at Elmwood Chapel will be held Monday, December 4, 1995 at 2:00 P.M. Burial is in Elmwood Cemetery. Visitation is 12:30 until service Monday. Survivors: son and daughter-in-law, Roger & Edna Burtraw of Northville, Michigan; grandsons, Roger Burtraw, II of Elkhorn, Wisconsin, Andrew Burtraw of Plymouth, Indiana, Matthew Burtraw of Baltimore, Maryland, and Jonathan Burtraw of Northville, Michigan; six great grandchildren. Memorials may be made to the Baptist Montclair Hospice Program. Elmwood Chapel is directing. 
Burtraw, Russell Edward (I108)
56 1940 US Census:
406 North Gorfield Avenue
Pasadena, Los Angeles, California
Ova Jay Thatcher 79
White Male born New York
Wife Lavinia M. Thatcher 66
Sister-In-Law Emma C. Malcolm 68 
Thacher, Ova Jay (I117578)
57 1m; Dau of Peter & Emeline Thacher, Ellen Louisa (I116376)
58 1st husband of Rebecca W. Bearce  Crowell, Capt. Timothy B. (I103896)
59 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I725)
60 2000, waitress Maciejewski, Debra Mary (I116691)
61 2nd husband was Robert Homer (1742-1832), married 1805. Matthews, Hannah (I103529)
62 3/17/1868 interred Thacher, Thomas (I109689)
63 30th Oregon Governor. Born in Egypt, Massachusetts, his parents moved to Eastern Oregon in 1919, where his parents ranched near Prineville. His early career was in journalism, where he worked for "The Oregonian" newspaper and as a news announcer for KGW radio. During World War II he served as a war correspondent for the United States Navy. Becoming active in politics after the war, in 1964 he ran for Secretary of State and in 1966 he ran for Governor on a "livability" campaign, and won his first term of office. Major political victories cam in the form of the "Beach Bill", which granted the state government the power to zone Oregon's beaches (protecting them from private development) and the "Bottle Bill", the nation's first mandatory bottle-deposit law designed to decrease litter. In 1970 McCall fought the Nixon Administration's attempts to store deadly nerve gas at Oregon's Umatilla Depot. Even as a noted environmentalist, he supported the timber industry and nuclear power. On a national level, McCall supported the war in Vietnam but called for President Richard Nixon's resignation during Watergate. He encouraged conservation as an energy plan, including innovative gas rationing during the oil crisis. Tom McCall served as Oregon's Governor from 1967 to 1975. Oregonians' honored his legacy of cleaning up the Willamette River by naming their downtown, waterfront park after him. East of Portland one can find the Tom McCall preserve, managed by the Nature Conservancy that he supported. McCall, Thomas Lawson (I1384)
64 341 Paul N. Young-her father Young, Eleanor Nickerson (I119794)
65 356b Thacher, Grant Leroy (I117830)
66 38y; Husband of 1) Helen Whitney; 2) Ethel Elbrecht
Adopted son of Frank Rice & Luella Brown

The Binghamton Press, Friday, Aug 21, 1936

RICE—The funeral of Royal D Rice will be held Saturday afternoon at 1 o'clock at the home, New Milford, Pa and at 2 o'clock in the New Milford M E church. The Rev R J Lyon will officiate. Burial will be in New Milford.  
Rice, Royal Dewey (I1120)
67 4 years, 7 months old Riker, Herbert Morton (I998)
68 4/25/1849 interred Revere, John (I120357)
69 4/29/1913 Interred
Maritta Borden Thacher
Massachusetts, Deaths, 1841-1915
birth: 2 March 1827 Roxbury, Massachusetts
death: 26 April 1913 Bridgewater,,Massachusetts
father: Ralph Crooker
mother: Maritta H Borden
spouse: Thomas Thacher  
Crooker, Maritta Borden (I103941)
70 42 years, 7 months, 16 days  Thacher, Ralph Partridge (I115214)
71 48y 10m; Husband of 1)Mehitable Gilbert, m 11 Sep 1827; 2) Emeline Thacher, Peter (I116104)
72 49y
1308 N. Broad Street, 20th Ward

Philadelphia Inquirer - April 18, 1891
Charles B. Baeder, of the glue firm of Baeder, Adamson &Co., died at his residence, No. 1308 North Broad street yesterday, from typhoid fever, after an illness of two weeks. He was 49 years of age and leaves a wife and one daughter. Mr. Baeder was a director of the Mechanics National Bank, a director and former president of the Philadelphia Finance Company, and an active member of the Manufacturers' Club."

1880 US Census, Philadelphia
BAEDER, Chas. B., 36y, born PA, manufactures glue
BAEDER, Julia, 35y, born PA, wife
BAEDER, Ella, 10y, born PA, at school
DELANY, Mary, 38y, born PA, servant
DELANY, Cath, 24y, born PA, servant 
Baeder, Charles Bowman (I109090)
73 5 children McCall, Samuel Walker (I1380)
74 53y 1m; Husband of Julia A; Am Legion emblem Watrous, Benjamin Franklin (I116396)
75 61-1-20; Wife of Benjamin; m 19 Oct 1848 Thacher, Julia Ann (I116373)
76 6th generation descendant of Richard Warren of the Mayflower Swift, Deborah (I116171)
77 80y 10m; Wife of Peter Thacher Pond, Emeline (I116372)
78 82 yrs. 7 mo. 20 dys.
Suicide by hanging 
Savage, Capt. Charles Tyler (I103602)
79 83 years old,wife of late Donald Welch,daughter of John & Clara(Bassett)Pierce,was a teacher at Endicott College,Marian Court & North Shore Community College. Pierce, Dr. Martha Louise (I120417)
80 94 years, 6 months, eight days  Nesslar, Marguerite Elizabethe (I156)
81  Nelson, Col. Thacher (I110995)
82 A cenotaph, he was missing in Action
Martin, Sgt. Robert Winslow (I1333)
83 A lifelong resident of Chico, passed away on May 1, 2006. She was born in 1914 to Lottie and John Minderman, who were lifetime Butte County residents Both families of Metta's parents came to this area in 1848 and 1849.

Her Mother was a friend of Annie Bidwell and often joined in Bidwell parties and "musicals." Metta graduated from Chico schools and the University of California at Berkeley where she was president of her sorority and graduated with honors. She traveled extensively with her parents, attended the Sorbonne University in Paris and later lived for 6 months with a Hungarian family in Budapest. In 1940 she married Robert Boyd, who was in the retail business for many years until his death in 1989.

Metta served with the Community Concert Association for 38 years, was vice-president for Chico University Associates, served on the Butte County Grand Jury, and was a member and president of the Omega Nu since 1941.

She leaves two daughters, Metta Maria ("Bobbie") Prindle and Betty Jean Given, two grandsons, Andrew Robert Given and Gregory Boyd Given.

At her request there was no service. Published in Chico Enterprise-Record on May 9, 2006. 
Minderman, Metta Margaret (I91)
84 A one-time pin-up beauty and magazine story model, Barbara Loden studied acting in New York in the early 50s and was on the Broadway boards within the decade. She was discovered for films by legendary producer/director Elia Kazan who was impressed with what she did in a small role as Montgomery Clift's secretary in Wild River (1960). He moved her ... See full bio »
Born: July 8, 1932 in Marion, North Carolina, USA
Died: September 5, 1980 (age 48) in New York City, New York, USA 
Lodin, Barbara (I1121)
85 A tailor by trade.
Parents: Timothy Mooar and Olive Cutler

Married Julia A. Dennison (b. Nov. 13, 1821; d. Jan. 27, 1864) Aug. 18, 1844 in Wilton, Maine. They went West about 1852.
Harriet Urilla [Beal], b. Phillips, Me., Jan. 12, 1850.
Cornelia Margaret, b. Freedom, Ill., Feb. 20, 1853.
Isadora Amanda, b. Earlville, Ill., Apr. 9, 1856; d. July 10, 1856.
Minerva Rebecca, b. Earlville, Ill., Oct. 30, 1859.
Alfred Spaulding, b. ; d. Dec. 19, 1864.  
Josiah Cutler Mooar (I118724)
86 A widower and the son of Peter and Susan (Carpenter) Thacher, he was a farmer and died of aortic stenosis February 17, 1911, aged 82 yrs. 3 months 15 days. "Mass., Death Records, 1841-1915"  Thacher, John (I116571)
87 Abel Dodge was a Shoemaker and Farmer. Dodge, Abel (I115972)
88 Abial (Coffin) Barney was the daughter of Barnabas and Abigail (Folger) Coffin. She was the wife of Jonathan Barney. They were married Nantucket March 1, 1781. Coffin, Abial (I20)
89 Abiel Lovejoy was born in Pownalborough (known today as Dresden) Maine.

"Abiel Lovejoy was a farmer and held office of tax collector in Sidney in 1799. He is bur. in a tomb erected by his sons, Loyal and Harry Lovejoy, on the old Lovejoy farm. Abiel signed the Vassalborough school house agreement dated Dec. 16, 1789."

According to "The Lovejoy Genealogy," Loyal Lovejoy, Abiel's son, "built the Lovejoy Tomb on the old farm at Sidney, Me. for the remains of his parents and other relatives" [pg. 160 Lovejoy Genealogy]. 
Lovejoy, Abiel (I103557)
90 Abigail adopted Stephen and Mary Thacher, the children of her brother, Rodolphus Thacher 1742 - 1788 after his disease, she was not married Thacher, Abigail (I104499)
91 Abigail Howland, daughter of Samuel and Abigail (Carey) Howland married 1st on October 23, 1729, in Bristol, RI.
Israel Church b. 22 Apr 1707 in Little Compton, RI. He is the son of Joseph Church and Grace Shaw -
Both are buried in East Burial Ground, Bristol, RI - source Mayflower Families of John Howland; Vol 23; pg 175; published 2006.

Their children were:
1. Nathaniel Church, b. 10 Mar 1730/31, Bristol, RI; d. 28 Jul 1738, Bristol, RI
2. Abigail Church, b. 13 Jan 1732/33, Bristol, RI; d. 08 Aug 1737
3. Sarah Church, b. 19 Feb 1734/35, Bristol, RI

Abigail married a 2nd time on May 31, 1739 in Bristol, RI, Benjamin Smith, who was born in Bristol, the son of Samuel and Sarah Smith.

Their children were:

1. Benjamin Smith, b. 01 Mar 1739/40, Bristol, RI
2. Josiah Smith, b. 07 Jun 1742, Bristol, RI, d. 22 Jun 1837
3. Nathaniel Smith, b. 30 Jan 1744/45, Bristol, RI
4. Joseph Smith, b. 25 Aug 1747, Bristol, RI
5. Samuel Smith, b. 28 Jun 1749, Bristol, RI

RI Genealogical Register, Vol. 13, edited by Alden G. Beaman, Ph. D.
American Ancestry: Giving Name and Descent, in the Male Line, of Americans Whose Ancestors Settled in the United States Previous to the Declaration of Independence, A, Volume 12, edited by Thomas Patrick Hughes, Frank Munsell, 1899, pg 112 
Howland, Abigail (I105158)
92 abroad Howland, Samuel (I106670)
93 accidentally shot Kellogg, Silas (I106041)
94 According to his death certificate, his parents were James and Margaret Dinan. He resided at 517 Cherry Street in Philadelphia, PA. Dinan, Joseph P. (I109078)
95 According to Massachusetts death documents, her parents were:

Benjamin Thacher
1796 ? 1860

Myrinda Baker
1799 ? 1835

When she married Daniel Baker, she was listed as Sukey Thacher. Some have assumed that her maiden name was Snow, but it was just her middle name which was used by several other members of her family as was her first name Sukey.

Sukey Snow (1771-1807) married Freeman Hopkins (1769-1812). One of their children was Sukey Snow Hopkins (1799-1819) who was the first wife of Benjamin Thacher. They were married on Apr 2, 1818. Sukey, the 2nd, died in 1819.

When Benjamin Thacher married for a second time he chose Myrinda Baker, and they named their first daughter Sukey Snow Thacher. Sukey Thacher was therefore the third woman in the family to use the first and middle name.

Sukey Snow Thacher married Daniel Baker on Mar 23 1820. Their children were:

Jarius Henry Baker
1846 ? 1913

Benjamin Thacher Baker
1848 ? 1940

Mary Thacher Baker
1852 ? 1943 
Thacher, Sukey Snow (I104042)
96 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I116692)
97 Adelbert "Delbert" J. Burtraw was born in 1875 in New York. His father, Charles A. Burtraw (b 1851, d 1939), was born in Michigan, and Adelbert's mother was born in New York. Adelbert's paternal grandparents were from Canada.

Adelbert married Roxie Cornelia Allen (b 1879, d 1964) in 1900, and they had two sons: Merritt E. Burtraw and Charles A. Burtraw.

Adelbert died in 1947 and is buried in Glendale Cemetery.
Plot: Section 4  
Burtraw, Adelbert James (I118778)
98 Adelia died 2 months after the birth
of her daughter
Brown, Adelia Arvilla (I118661)
99 Adopted Thacher, Minnie L. (I118756)
100 Adopted Thacher, Herbert K. (I118757)

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