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Popp Family Genealogy Report #4

Containing the Seventh Generation

Last updated:  10/16/01

SEVENTH GENERATION

64.  Franz Anton "Franciscus Andreas" Popp, baptised October 31, 1781 in Niederjohnsdorf, Lanskroun, Chrudim, Bohemia; lived in Olbersdorf, Landskroun/Lanskroun, Chrudim, Bohemia (then part of the Austrian-Hungarian Empire, now part of the Czech Republic--the town of Olbersdorf has now been renamed Albrechtice, Landskroun, Chrudim, Czech Republic) at the time of the birth of his son, Wenzel/Wentzel Popp.  He was the son of 128. Georg "Georgius" Popp and 129. Dorothea Benesch.   He married 65.  Veronika Pelzl, on February 18, 1822 in Olbersdorf, Lanskroun, Chrudim, Bohemia.

65.  Veronika Peltzl,  baptised October 25, 1790 in Oberjohnsdorf, Lanskroun, Chrudim, Bohemia; lived in Olbersdorf, Landskroun/Lanskroun, Chrudim, Bohemia (then part of the Austrian-Hungarian Empire, now part of the Czech Republic--the town of Olbersdorf has now been renamed Albrechtice, Landskroun, Chrudim, Czech Republic) at the time of the birth of her son, Wenzel/Wentzel Popp.  She was the daughter of 130.  Anton Peltzl and 131. Catharina Habermann.  

According to Statni Oblastni Archiv Zamrsk, Wenzl Popp was baptised on September 28, 1824 in Albrechtice (Olbersdorf), Lanskroun (now in the Czech Republic) to parents Franz Popp (a cottager) and Veronika Pelzl (daughter of Anton Pelzl from Horni Tresnovec No. 130). See Register of Births for Parish of Lanskroun, No. 1145, p. 66.

Children of Franz Anton Popp and Theresia Klein are:

        i.            Theresia Popp, batpised September 21, 1803 in Lanskroun, Chrudim, Bohemia.  Birth information obtained from Lanskroun Parish records.

        ii.            Barbara Popp, baptised May 24, 1805 in Lanskroun, Chrudim, Bohemia. Birth information obtained from Lanskroun Parish records.

        iii.            Elisabeth Popp, batpised April 12, 1807 in Lanskroun, Chrudim, Bohemia. Birth information obtained from Lanskroun Parish records.

        iv.            Anna Maria Popp, born June 21, 1810 in Lanskroun, Chrudim, Bohemia. Birth information obtained from Lanskroun Parish records.

        v.            Johann Nepomuk Popp, baptised April 7, 1813 in Lanskroun, Chrudim, Bohemia. Birth information obtained from Lanskroun Parish records.

        vi.            Josef Popp, born May 18, 1815 in Lanskroun, Chrudim, Bohemia. Birth information obtained from Lanskroun Parish records.

        vii.            Franz Popp, baptised December 26, 1817 in Lanskroun, Chrudim, Bohemia. Birth information obtained from Lanskroun Parish records.

        viii.            Rosalia Popp, baptised January 31, 1821 in Lanskroun, Chrudim, Bohemia. Birth information obtained from Lanskroun Parish records.

Children of Franz Anton Popp and Veronika Peltzl are:

32    i.            Wenzel/Wentzel Popp, baptised September 28, 1824 in Olbersdorf, Landskroun, Chrudim, Bohemia (now part of the Czech Republic); died July 28, 1878 in Two Rivers Township, Morrison County, Minnesota; married (1) Rosalia (last name unknown); married (2) Theresia Janisch, the widow of Johann Schlinger.

        ii.            Mathias Kaspar Popp, baptised January 5, 1823 in Olbersdorf, Lanskroun, Chrudim, Bohemia.

66.  Mathias Janisch, baptised May 1, 1802 in Thomigsdorf, Lanskroun, Chrudim, Bohemia.  He married 67. Anna Müller on November 10, 1762 in Oberjohnsdorf, Lanskroun, Chrudim, Bohemia.  He was the son of 132. Franz "Franciscus" Janisch and 133. Theresia Schromm.   According to the Damnikov (Thomigsdorf) Parish baptismal records at Book #1086, page 99, Mathias Janisch was baptised May 1, 1802 at Thomigsdorf #126 to parents Franz Janisch, a farmer, and his wife, Theresia Schromm, the daughter of Georg Schromm of Thomigsdorf 133. The parish records in German provide:

Damnikov Baptism Book No. 1086, Page 99
1.5.1802
Den 1ten May
Nr. 126
Mathias Janisch
V Franz Janisch Bauer
M Theresia des Georg Schromm Nro. 133

67.  Anna Müller, baptised November 8, 1814 in Trebovic, Lanskroun, Chrudim, Bohemia.  She was the daughter of 134. Franz Johann Müller and 135. Viktoria Hofmann.  According to Trebovice Parish baptismal records at #1175, page 97, Anna Muller was baptised on November 8, 1814 at Nr. 94 Triebitz and she was the legal daughter of Franz Muller, a tailor, and his wife, Viktoria Hoffman, the daughter of Andreas Hofmann of Triebitz #92. Anna's godparent was Maria Muller, a farmer. The records in German provide:

Trebovice Baptism Book No. 1175, Page 97
8.11.1814
Nr. 94 Triebitz
Anna Muller, ehelich
V Fanz Muller Schneidermeister
M Viktoria geb. Andreas Hofmann Nro. 92
P Maria Muller Hauslerin

Child of Mathias Janisch and Anna Müller is:

33        i.            Theresia Janisch, baptised February 12, 1837; died November 9, 1919 in Benton County, Minnesota; married (1) Johann Baptist Schlinger July 23, 1860 in Damnikov, Lanskroun, Chrudim, Bohemia; married (2) Wentzel Popp before 1872 probably in Cook County, Illinois.        

76.  Enoch (also spelled Ignatz, Ignass, Igenas, Ingenca & Ignertz, depending on documentation) Roda (also spelled Rode), born in Germany or Poland.  He married 77. Julia Raske.  The following information was found in the "Germans to America" series, ed. Glazier & Filby, Vol. 21, p. 114, arriving on the ship "Geestemuende" from Bremen to Baltimore on June 9, 1868:

Rode, Ignertz age 40
Rode, Julie age 30
Rode, Fra... age 14
Rode, Pauline age 11
Rode, Friebrich age 7
Rode, Joseph age 1

In addition, the following persons were found in the 1880 Minnesota Census, Benton County, Alberta Township, p. 193, living in house #33: Igenca (or possibly Igensa or Igenas--the writer had changed the lettering making it difficult to read) Roda (age 53, farmer); Julia Roda (age 43, wife, occupation: sleeping house); and Joseph Roda (age 15.)

The following information was found in the 1900 Census for Alberta Township, Benton County, Minnesota:

Roda, Ignatz; head of household; born March 1823; 77 years of age; married 40 years; born in Poland/Ger; both parents born in Poland/Ger; immigrated 1867; living in USA 33 years; a naturalized citizen
Roda, Julia; wife; born April 1837; 63 years of age; married 40 years; gave birth to 9 children; 4 children living at the time of the 1900 census; born Poland/Ger; both parents born Poland/Ger; immigrated 1867; living in USA 33 years

77.  Julia Raske, born March 07, 1837 in Germany; died March 09, 1917 in Alberta Township, Benton County, Minnesota.

Children of Enoch "Ignatz, Ignass, Igenas, Ingenca or Ignertz" Roda (Rode) and Julia Raske are:

38      i.        Fryderyk (Fred) Roda, (also spelled Rode, Rhode, Rohde) born February 15, 1859 in Poland (tombstone lists Lip. 18, 1861, for date of birth); died October 16, 1911 in Morrill Township, Morrison County, Minnesota (buried in Gilman, Minnesota); married Julia Osowski.

        ii.            Fra... Roda, born circa 1852.

        iii.            Pauline Roda, born circa 1855.

        iv.            Joseph Roda, born October 1868 in Prussia; died 1948 probably in Minnesota; buried in Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Cemetery, Gilman, Minnesota; married Josephine Gadych in about 1895.  She was born in May 1873 in Prussia and died in 1945.  The following information was found in the 1900 Census for Alberta Township, Benton County, Minnesota:

Roda, Joseph; head of household; born Oct 1868; 33 years of age; married 5 years; born Poland/Ger; both parents born Poland/Ger
Roda, Josephine; wife, born May 1873; age 27; married 5 years; gave birth to 4 children; 4 children still living in 1900
Roda, John; son; born August 1896
Roda, Rosa; daughter, born Sept 1897
Roda, Andrew; son, born Nov 1898
Roda, Felix; son, born May 1900

Two others living in the Roda household were:
Gadych, Mary; mother-in-law; born July 1830; 69 years old; had 8 children; 5 still living in 1900; born Poland/Ger; both parents born Poland/Ger
Kusten?, Joseph; nephew; born August 1877; 22 years old; single; born in Illinois

The following information was listed in the "Benton, Meeker, and Todd Counties, Minnesota Farm Directory, 1913-14": The Joseph and Josephine Roda family were living in Alberta Township, Benton County (Foley postal address) for 30 years, along with their children including: John, Andrew, Felix, Rose, Anna, Adam, Tracy, Vernie, Mary, Francis and Vincent.

Tombstone located in Sts. Peter and Paul Cemetery in Gilman, Minnesota provides that Joseph was born in 1860 and died in 1948. He is buried with his wife, Josephine.

78.  Frank Lewandowski, born January 10, 1844 and died April 15, 1921 in Alberta Township, Benton County, Minnesota.  He married 79.  Frances Kalas.  Information obtained from Dorrain Petron.  Frank and Frances Lewandowski are listed in the "Benton, Meeker, and Todd Counties, Minnesota Farm Directory, 1913-14" as residing in Alberta Township, Benton County, Minnesota with two of their children, William and Rose.  

79.  Frances Kalas, born January 18, 1844 and died September 2, 1938 in Alberta Township, Benton County, Minnesota.  She is buried in St. Joseph's Catholic Church Cemetery in Morrill, Minnesota.  She was the daughter of 158. Joseph Kalas and 159. Elizabeth (last name unknown).  Reference: "The Foley Independent" newspaper obituary providing that Frances Lewandowski died at the age of 94 while at her son, William's, home. According to this source, she was born in Poland on January 18, 1844, living in Alberta, Minnesota as a resident for the last 53 years of her life. Survivors included the following children: Joe; John; Julia Rhoda; Rose Blaszak; and William. Her funeral occurred in Morrill at St. Joseph's and was officiated by Rev. Shurek. Pallbearers included: Steve Lachinski, Julius Stellmach, Tony Bauer, Stanley Urbanski, Enoch Sabraski and Enoch Urbanski.  Reference:  Dorrain Petron.

Children of Frank Lewandowski and Frances Kalas are:

39      i.        Julia Lewandowski, born February 19, 1867 in Poland; died January 05, 1944 in Minneapolis, Minnesota, of a stroke; married Fryderyk (Fred) Roda.

        ii.            William Lewandowski, b. Oct. 20, 1883, Chicago, Illinois; d. December 1986, St. Cloud Hospital, St. Cloud, Minnesota; m. November 24, 1919 in Buckman, Minnesota to Clara Marshik, d. November 12, 1966.  The following information was found in the 1895 Census for Alberta Township, Benton County, Minnesota:

Ladowski, Frank, age 51, sex M, color W, born Germany (naturalization papers, though, provide he was born in Poland with his allegience having been to the Emporer of Prussia)
Ladowski, Frances, age 49, sex F, color W, born Germany
Ladowski, Willie, age 13, sex M, color W, born Illinois
Ladowski, Rose, age 8, sex F, color W, born Illinois

The following information was found in the 1900 Census for Alberta Township, Benton County, Minnesota:

Lewandowski, Frank (first name difficult to read), head of house, born Jan 1844, 56 years of age, married 20 years, born Poland/Ger, parents both born Poland/Ger, immigrated 1873, living in USA 27 years, a naturalizaed citizen, 
Lewandowski, Frances, wife, born Jan 1844, 56 years of age, married 20 years, gave birth to 7 children, 5 still living in 1900, born Poland/Ger; both parents born Poland/Ger; immigrated 1872, living in USA 28 years
Lewandowski, Watadystof (this must be William--birthdates match), son, born Oct 1882, 17 years of age, born Illinois
Lewandwoski, Rosa, daughter, born Dec 1884, 15 years of age, born Illinois

Frank and Frances Lewandowski are listed in the "Benton, Meeker, and Todd Counties, Minnesota Farm Directory, 1913-14" as residing in Alberta Township, Benton County, Minnesota with two of their children, William and Rose.

Reference: Dorrain Petron referencing an obituary on William Lewandowski from "The Foley Independent" newspaper providing that funeral services were held in St. Joseph Catholic Church, Morrill. According to this source, William Lewandowski died at the age of 104 after a short stay in the St. Cloud Hospital. The Reverand Lauren Virnig officiated at his funeral. This source went on to provide that William was born Oct. 20, 1882 in Chicago, Illinois to Frank and Frances [Kallas] Lewandowski. He married Clara Marshik November 24, 1919 in Buckman, Minnesota. He had been a long time resident of Alberta Township, Benton County, where he was a farmer. In 1968, he moved to Elk River at had lived at St. Benedict's Center in St. Cloud from 1985 until his death. He was survived by his children, including: Frank, Edward, Isabella Stuart, John, Johanna Nouska, Frances Eskelson, Lucille Connors; Carl; Ambrose; and Mary Jane Suess.

Reference: "The Foley Independent" newspaper obituary providing that Frances Lewandowski died at the age of 94 while at her son, William's, home. According to this source, she was born in Poland on January 18, 1844, living in Alberta, Minnesota as a resident for the last 53 years of her life. Survivors included the following children: Joe; John; Julia Rhoda; Rose Blaszak; and William. Her funeral occurred in Morrill at St. Joseph's and was officiated by Rev. Shurek. Pallbearers included: Steve Lachinski, Julius Stellmach, Tony Bauer, Stanley Urbanski, Enoch Sabraski and Enoch Urbanski.

        iii.            Rose Lewandowski, b. December 18, 1884; d. July 1983, Cass County, Minnesota; m. ? Blaszak.

        iv.            Joseph Lewandowski, living in Chicago, Illinois in 1938.

        v.            John Lewandowski, living in Chicago, Illinois in 1938.

88.  Benjamin C. Rush, born December 13, 1816 in Randolph County, North Carolina; died 1879 in Randolph County, North Carolina.  He was the son of 176. Zebedee Rush and 177. Frances "Fanny" Fuller.  He married 89. Susannah Henley.  References:  Dani Haas and Jim Arnold.   Also see information from Timothy Walls' files on WorldConnect.

89.  Susannah Henley, born July 27, 1822; died February 14, 1903 in Fairmount, Grant County, Indiana.  She was the daughter of 178. Jesse Henley.  Reference: Dani Haas.

Children of Benjamin C. Rush and Susannah Henley are:

44        i.        Benjamin Clarkson Rush (also known as Clark Benjamin Rush), born Sept. 28, 1846 in Randolph County, North Carolina; died July 14, 1924 in North Branch, Chisago County, Minnesota; married (1) Adela "Adila" Jay July 24, 1869 in Grant County, Indiana; married (2) Nellie Estelle Pierce about 1865, probably in Minnesota.

            ii.        Zebedee Rush, born Feb. 1854 in Randolph County, North Carolina; married Jennie Wall, born March 20, 1859.

            iii.        Calvin Rush.

90.  Jesse Jay, born March 14, 1825 in Liberty, Union County, Indiana; died December 20, 1875 in Marion, Indiana.  He was the son of 180. James Jay and 181. Lydia Hollingsworth.  He married 91. Rhoda Thomas October 3, 1847 in Phillipsburg, Montgomery County, Ohio.

91.  Rhoda Thomas, born January 15, 1825 in Montgomery County, Ohio; died March 8, 1856 in Jonesboro, Grant County, Indiana.  She was the daughter of 182. George Thomas and 183. Hannah Elleman.

Children of Jesse Jay and Rhoda Thomas are:

45        i.        Adela "Adila" Jay, born June 1, 1852 in Jonesboro, Grant County, Indiana; died May 10, 1890 in Stacy, Chisago County, Minnesota; married Clark Benjamin Rush (also known as Benjamin Clarkson Rush) July 24, 1869 in Grant County, Indiana.

            ii.        Henry Jay, born January 11, 1850.

            iii.        Dennis Jay, born January 12, 1856 in Jonesboro, Grant County, Indiana; married (1) Ella McBride January 4, 1879 in Miami County, Ohio; married (2) Callie Weaver October 31, 1886 in Miami County, Ohio.

92.  Robert Robinson, born February 5, 1811 in Killyleagh, Corporation Townland, County Down, Northern Ireland and died January 6, 1893 in Komoka, Lobo Township, Ontario, Canada.  He was the son of 184. William Robinson and 185. Mary Young.  He married 93. Emma Skinner (name may be Mary Ann Denham/Dunham as conflicting records exist).    Robert Robinson appears in the 1871 Census of Ontario, Canada in Middlesex North District, Lobo Township as the head of household.  Reference:  Glenn Robinson.

93.  Emma Skinner (name may be Mary Ann Denham/Dunham as conflicting records exist), born April 23, 1828 in Canada and died October 19, 1889 in Komoka, Lobo Township, Ontario, Canada.

Child of Robert Robinson and Emma Skinner (or Mary Ann Denham/Dunham) is:

46      i.        George Robinson, born January 05, 1850 in Komoka (near London), Ontario, Canada; died December 09, 1930 in Minneapolis, Minnesota; married Mary McCarthy (also spelled McCarty) October 04, 1886 in District Court of Stearns County, St. Cloud, Minnesota.  Reference:  Glenn Robinson.

        ii.            Jane Robinson, born May 14, 1847; died February 29, 1924; married James Alway.

        iii.            Eliza Robinson, born March 27, 1853; died November 17, 1892; married William Lodge.

        iv.            Geddis Robinson, born October 30, 1855; died February 5, 1876 in Komoka, Ontario, Canada.  According to his tombstone, he was 20 years old at the time of his death.  Reference:  Glenn Robinson.

        v.            William Robinson, born February 20, 1859 in Komoka, Ontario, Canada (date according to his tombstone); died November 4, 1919 in Komoka, Ontaria, Canada (date according to his tombstone); married before 1892 (1) Lizzie C. (last name unknown), b. about 1871, d. November 17, 1892 in Komoka, Ontario, Canada; he married after 1892 (2) Annie J. Wilcox, b. 1863 in Komoka, Ontario, Canada, d. 1945 in Komoka, Ontario, Canada.  Reference:  Glenn Robinson.

        vi.            Francis Robinson, born July 18, 1861.

        vii.            Mary Etta Robinson, born April 17, 1864; died January 8, 1932; married Paisley Smith in 1885.

        viii.            Anna Bernice Robinson, born May 23, 1867; died June 24, 1953; married William McNair.

        ix.            Robert Robinson, born August 18, 1870.

96.  Abraham Shaw, born August 24, 1780 in Read in Whalley, Lancashire, England; died March 13, 1854 in Roughlee, Lancashire, England.  He was the son of 192. John Shaw and 193. Ann (Breckel) Brakel.  He married 97.  Ann "Nanny" Hartley September 26, 1801 in Newchurch-in-Pendle, Lancashire, England.  Abraham Shaw: FHC Ancestral File Number:  BDFK-G8.       

97.  Ann "Nanny" Hartley, born Aug. 4, 1777 in Newchurch-in-Pendle, Lancashire, England; died 1815 in Roughlee, Lancashire, England.  She was the daughter of 194. William Hartley and 195. Ann Crabtree.  Ann Hartley:  FHC Ancestral File Number:  BDFK-HF.  Please note that this source refers to her as Nanny Hartley.  Some sources refer to the last name as Hardley rather than Hartley.

Children of Abraham Shaw and "Nanny" Hartley are:

48      i.        Abraham Shaw, born December 08, 1808 in Roughlee, Lancashire, England; died September 01, 1895 in Venice, Sevier County, Utah; married Jane (Laurenson) Lawrenson December 02, 1856 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah.

       ii.        Ginny Shaw, born January 06, 1802; baptised February 28, 1802, Newchurch-in-Pendle, Lancashire, England.  Reference: Newchurch-in-Pendle Parish Register as transcribed by Fred Stringer.

       iii.        John Shaw, born November 22, 1803.

       iv.        Hartley Shaw, born February 09, 1806.

       v.        Frederick Shaw, born June 22, 1811.

       vi.        Alice Shaw, born March 06, 1814.

       vii.           Susannah "Hannah" Shaw, born before May 25, 1815; baptised May 25, 1815, Newchurch-in-Pendle, Lancashire, England.   Reference: Newchurch-in-Pendle Parish Register as transcribed by Fred Stringer.

98.  William (Laurenson) Lawrenson, born about December 21, 1800 in Liverpool, Lancashire, England (or Sept 2, 1802, depending on source); died December 15, 1875 in Glenwood, Sevier County, Utah.  He was the son of 196. William (Laurenson) Lawrenson.  He married 99. Ann Quick.  William emigrated to Utah in September of 1856 with a handcart company.  See also Census Records for Liverpool, Lancashire, England 1851.  Reference:   "Pioneers and Prominent Men of Utah," Frank Esshom, Vol. 1, p. 1000 (Utah Pioneers Book Pub. Co. 1913).  Note:  This reference appears to give a different date for William's birth.  See also IGI (British Isles) Batch M005992, dates 1788-1808 (093839), 1808-1821 (093840), 1821-1829 (093841), all on film.

99.  Ann Quick, born February 1, 1801 (or 1804), Liverpool, Lancashire, England; died October 02, 1897 in Venice, Sevier County, Utah.  She was the daughter of 198. Richard Quick and 199. Mary ?, possibly Margaret Nickle.  See also Census Records for Liverpool, Lancashire, England 1851; LDS Temple records, 1760733 film; IGI British Isles, film 1760733.  According to notes from Janet Tilton the following was taken from notes compiled by Relia Larson, great granddaughter of Mary Ellen Laurenson Holden (see below):  "William's wife, Ann Quick, was a real peppy person.  She was a mid-wife.  She said she kept healthy by jumping in a stream every morning for a bath, even in winter.  She would break the ice and jump in every morning.  She said it kept her from getting colds--Jane Lawrenson Shaw told this to the mother of Relia Larson."  See also Census Records for Liverpool, Lancashire, England 1851.  Marriage information found in parish records of St. Nicholas Church, Liverpool, Lancashire, England (see LDS Film #0093841).  See also birth information obtained from "Parish Registers, 1659-1948" Church of England. St. Nicholas' Church (Liverpool, Lancashire), LDS Batch #C005996 that provides that an Ann Quick was born on September 1, 1793 to a Richard and Margaret (Nickle) Quick and christened at St. Nicholas Parish.

Children of William Lawrenson and Ann Quick are:

49      i.        Jane (Laurenson) Lawrenson, born October 09, 1838 in Liverpool, Lancashire, England; died July 07, 1927 in Aurora, Sevier County, Utah; married Abraham Shaw December 02, 1856 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah.  According to notes provided by Janet Tilton, the following applied to Jane from letters by Relia Shaw Larson:  "Jane pulled her sister Margaret on the handcart (across the plains with the LDS Church migration to Utah).  The parents, William Lawrenson and Ann Quick, pulled another handcart.  As soon as arriving in Utah Jane went to Provo to do house work for room and board at the home of Abraham and Margaret Thornby (or Thornber) Shaw.  Sister Shaw was an invalid thru child birth.  It was only a few months until Jane married A. (Abraham Shaw) in polygamy.  Jane was wonderful.  I knew her when I was a young girl.  Her parents and sister settled in Holden, Utah, across the mountain west of Sevier County.  It wasn't long before the Lawrensons moved to Glenwood, 14 miles south of Aurora (Utah), where Abraham and Jane had moved, leaving the other wife (Margaret Thornber Shaw) in Provo.  Polygamy had been cancelled out of the church (the Manifesto)."

       ii.        Mary Ellen (Laurenson) Lawrenson, born before 1836 in England; married Thomas Holden in 1847 in England.  Notes supplied by Janet Tilton provide the following:  "The eldest daughter in the family of William and Ann (Quick) Lawrenson was Mary who had married Thomas Holden in 1847 and moved from England to America, settling in Pennsylvania.  The 2 families (the William Lawrenson/Ann Quick descendants from children other than Mary) had lost contact with ne another and it wasn't until 110 years later, when I (Relia Larson) joined (the Church), that a Lawrenson/Quick Family Group Sheet could be complete (for the LDS FHC in Salt Lake City, Utah).  I (Relia) was the great grand daughter of Mary Ellen Laurenson and provided the missing link."  See also the following in possession of Janet Tilton:  Copy of marriage record from St. Nicholas Church, Parish of Liverpool, England; widow's pension and invalid pension; burial records of Mary and husband, Thomas, in Woodward Hill Cemetery.  Batch Sheet:  7107825 58, Source Call No. 1235202 film.

       iii.        James (Laurenson) Lawrenson, born about 1832.  According to Janet Tilton from notes compiled by Relia Shaw Larson:  "(w)e knew about Jim (James), Jane's brother, as her mother had been so concerned about him.  He hadn't wanted to go to war for England so he ran out the back door as the officers came in the front door.  His mother was always in such anxiety wondering what his outcome was.  As she (his mother, Ann Quick Lawrenson) was dying a beautiful smile came on her face and she said, looking up, "My Jim."  So we felt sure he was dead by then (2 Oct 1897) and came for her."

       iv.        Richard (Laurenson) Lawrenson, born about 1834.

       v.        Eliza (Laurenson) Lawrenson, born about 1836.

       vi.        Margaret (Laurenson) Lawrenson, born about 1844.  Notes supplied by Janet Tilton provide the following:  "The first member of my family to join the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints was the 8 year old sister of my great great grandmother, Mary Laurenson Holden.  Her name was Margaret and she was baptized (sic) in 1853.  Her parents followed her example and were baptized a year later.  Most of the family joined (the Church).  Her sister Jane joined in 1855 which is the year the 2 girls and their parents crossed the ocean and then the plains, by handcart, heading for Utah."

100.  Roelof (Van Dyk or van Dijk) Van Dyke, born November 18, 1801 in Leeuwarden, Friesland, Holland; died May 19, 1935 in Leeuwarden, Friesland, Holland.  He was the son of 200. Sybren Orges(Van Dyk or van Dijk) Van Dyke and 201. Youkja van der Werf.  He married 101. Sjieukje (Sjuwke) Pieters Westra October 08, 1826 in Leeuwarden, Friesland, Holland (or August 10, 1826).  Reference:  Danish Records on Web, 1998 Rijksarchiefdienst.

101.  Sjieukje (Sjuwke) Pieters Westra, born November 17, 1803 in Dokkum, Holland; died February 1890 in Leeuwarden, Friesland, Holland.  She was the daughter of 202. Peter Botes Westra and 203. Bonkje Gosses.  Reference:  Danish Records on Web, 1998 Rijksarchiefdienst.

Children of Roelof Van Dyke and Sjieukje Westra are:

50      i.        Sybren (Van Dyk or van Dijk) Van Dyke, born May 22, 1827 in Leeuwarden, Friesland, Holland; died November 29, 1899 in Loa, Wayne County, Utah; married (1) Frokje Jans Dam; married (2) Anna Elizabeth Nollkamper February 01, 1875.

       ii.        Brother Van Dyke; according to Sybren Van Dyke's missionary journal, Sybren's natural brother lived in Rotterdam in 1872 where Sybren visited his brother.        

       iii.        P.W. Van Dyke; during May of 1872, Sybren Van Dyke worked on this brother's blueprints for his brother's store while in Leeuwarden.

102.  Frederick William Nollkamper, born 1810; died February 19, 1858 in Amsterdam, Holland.  He married 103. Maria Catherine Steadman.

103.  Maria Catherine Steadman, born 1807; died 1855 in Amsterdam, Holland.

Children of Frederick Nollkamper and Maria Steadman are:

51      i.        Anna Elizabeth Nollkamper, born March 26, 1848 in Amsterdam, Holland; died August 07, 1919 in Loa, Wayne County, Utah; married Sybren (Van Dyk or van Dijk) Van Dyke February 01, 1875.

       ii.        Maria Susanna? Nollkamper.

104.  James Harvey Heath, born March 26, 1814 in Crystal Springs, Washington County, Louisiana; died October 21, 1904 in Bicknell (formerly Thurber), Wayne County, Utah.  He was the son of 208. John Walderod Heath and 209. Mary "Polly" Hill Harvey.  He married 1st Teressa Ragdell/Rigdale/Ridgedale on May 19, 1836.  He married 2nd Hulda Mariah Holden on September 5, 1845.  He married 3rd 105. Abigal Olmstead June 27, 1854.  James Harvey Heath came to Utah in 1851 and made handcarts for the pioneers who came to Utah with the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.  James Harvey Heath was born March 16, 1814, in Louisiana.  He married H. Mariah Holden in 1844.  She was the daughter of Joshua and Mary Holden and was born November 29, 1821.  He and his family went to Utah in 1851.  James and Hulda's children included:  Jacob, William Riley, Martha Elizabeth, Terissa Jane, Mary Louisa, James Harvey (Jr.), Mariah Lucinda, Dortha (spelling?), Harriet, and Hulda S.  According to "Pioneers," he then married Terissa (no last name listed).  Their children included:  Jefferson Smith, George Fluker, Sarah Ann, and Mary Jane.  Third, he married Abigail Unpstead (sic).  They had the following children:  James Harvey and William. 

Note that all vital records for Washington Parish, Louisiana, were destroyed in 1897 by fire (making it impossible to locate a birth certificate for James Harvey Heath). 

References: "Pioneers and Prominent Men of Utah," Frank Esshom, Vol. 1, pp. 927-928 (Utah Pioneers Book Pub. Co., 1913) (verifying birth, death and marriage information on James Harvey Heath and each of his 3 wives including H. Mariah Holden, Terissa (no last name listed) and Abigall Umpstead (sic), and including a photo of James Harvey Heath); Utah Census of 1860, Davis County, at p. 69 (listing a James Heath); "Index to the 1850, 1860 & 1870 Censuses of Utah, Heads of Households," compiled by J.R. Kearl, Clayne L. Pope & Larry T. Wimmer (Genealogical Pub. Co., Inc. 1981), at p. 160 (providing James Heath appeared in the 1860 census, 56 years of age with 10 persons in his household, working as a farmer, living in county #07, born in Louisiana);  Iowa Census of 1850, Pottawattamie County, District 21, at p. 148 (listing a James Heath); Mississippi Census of 1840, Hinds County, at p. 26 (or possibly 206) (listing a James Heath); "Bartholomew Heath of Haverhill, Massachusetts," by Valerie Dyer Giorgi (Giorgi 1994) (offering an excellent overview of this Heath family line, including source notes) at pp. 150-53 (including verification of birth, death and marriage information); "James Harvey Heath," by Dora Gates Christensen (containing a complete history of James Harvey Heath and his immediate family citing sources, dates and names); "Heart Throbs of the West," Vol. 12 (pub. Dau. Utah Pioneers 1851) (listed in the Pioneer Index), at pp. 429-463 (citing that James Harvey Heath arrived in Salt Lake in 1851).  According to James Harvey Heath's great-granddaughter, Beatrice Sena Heath, James is buried in the Bicknell Cemetery, Bicknell (formerly Thurber), Wayne County, Utah.

James Harvey Heath came to Utah in 1851 and made handcarts for the pioneers who came to Utah with the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.  See also "Pioneers and Prominent Men of Utah," Frank Esshom, Vol. 1, pp. 927-928 (Utah Pioneers Book Pub. Co. 1913)(providing information about the birth, marriages, death and children of James Harvey Heath).  According to notes collected by Beatrice Sena Heath, great-granddaughter of James Harvey Heath, written by Dora Gates Christensen, the following occurred to James Harvey Heath during his lifetime:  "James Harvey Heath embraced the Gospel and joined the church (sic) of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in the year 1839, June 15, in Hinds Co., state (sic) of Mississippi.  He was baptized by Daniel Taylor of Beaver.  He received the gift of tongues a month after baptism.  He landed in Nauvoo (Ill.) March 25, 1840.  He was ordained an elder under the hands of Dr. Richards and Charles O. Ride at April 3 Conference at Nauvoo, Illinois, in 1840.  A terrible tragedy came into the family soon after he and his (first) wife joined the church and moved up to Nauvoo. Very soon after their arrival, his wife and four of his children died within a very short time of each other, all but his son George Fluker Heath.  The "Nauvoo Neighbor" (a periodical) records that Teressa Heath, age 26 years; Sarah Ann Heath, age 5 years; and an infant died the week ending Aug. 21, 1843.  The same periodical records that Jefferson Smith Heath (no age given) and Mary Jane Heath, age 2 years, died the week ending Sept. 25, 1843, leaving George Fluker Heath, age 6 years, and his father alone.  James Harvey Heath was comforted and consoled by Brother Hyrum Smith, the Patriarch of the Church, and was given a most wonderful Patriarchal blessing, Oct. 1, 1843, by Hyrum Smith, a copy of which some members of the Heath family have.  James Harvey Heath was called to labor for the Saints at Agusta (sic) Lee, Iowa Co., in 1840 for two years.  He labored quarrying stone for the building of the Nauvoo Temple, and was also a member of a guard under Col. Hamon.  He toured the southern states advocating Joseph Smith's policy concerning the national government. Carried political news of Joseph Smith in Sept., 1843, and all through the winter.  He was ordained a Seventy by Benjamin James at April Conference in 1843, and set apart to fill a mission to preach the gospel in Mississippi and Louisiana.  He was baptized for the dead in the Mississippi River in 1843, and was baptized for the dead in Nauvoo Temple in 1846."  Eventually, after many hardships, James Harvey Heath moved on to Utah and settled at South Weber.  "He took up a farm and was engaged in farming and stock raising for some time...He worked at sawing and hauling lumber for about three years, and then went to East Weber, bought a large adobe house, and lived there until he was called to St. George (Utah) in 1861...He was ordained a high (sic) Priest by George William Fawcett and William Perkins on St. George Temple block (in 1872).  In the fall of 1872, he did baptisms and endowments in St. George Temple for the dead.  Also in Manti Temple."  According to the Heath family history, "he rounded out a long useful life, always the Pioneer, always courageous, an intrepid leader into new parts until the evening of his life.  He made a deed of himself and all his property to the church (sic) in 1863, a deed that should never be broken.  In 1872, in the fall he helped build a ferry boat.  He was called to perform a mission working among the Indians in 1872.  He joined the United Order in the summer of 1875.  He moved to Wayne County, Utah, and built and run (sic) the first Griss Mill in Wayne County. James Harvey Heath died Oct. 21, 1904 in Thurber, Wayne Co., Utah (now Bicknell) among Friends and Relatives."  According to James Harvey Heath's great-granddaughter, Beatrice Sena Heath, James is buried in the Bicknell Cemetery, Bicknell (formerly Thurber), Wayne County, Utah.  According to information obtained from "Biography of Eliza Mac (sic) Powell," written by Dora Gates Christensen as told to her by her grandmother, Susan Carter Heath:  "Along with raising their family, my grandfather (James Harvey) Heath had two woman (sic) (wives) and the (police) officers were after the Polygamists (sic) so grandmother (Abigal Olmstead Holden Heath) being a second wife came and lived with my parents until her death in 1891."

105.  Abigal Olmstead, born February 25, 1818 in Eldridge, Huron County, Ohio; died July 26, 1891 in Salina, Sevier County, Utah.  She was the daughter of 210. Harvey Olmstead and 211. Hannah Mingus.  She married 1st Joshua Weed before 1846.  She married 2nd Wiley Hines Holden before 1847.  She married 3rd 104.  James Harvey Heath (see above).  She married 4th Sam Thompson after 1858.  According to information obtained from "Biography of Eliza Mac (sic) Powell," written by Dora Gates Christensen as told to her by her grandmother, Susan Carter Heath:  "Along with raising their family, my grandfather (James Harvey) Heath had two woman (sic) (wives) and the (police) officers were after the Polygamists (sic) so grandmother (Abigal Olmstead Holden Heath) being a second wife came and lived with my parents until her death in 1891." The following was obtained from Steven Heath and transcribed by him sometime in the 1960's from a manuscript told by Susan B. Walsh:  "Biography of Abigail (sic) Olmstead (Holden)--1925:  This is the story told me by my grandmother Susan Carter Heath with whom (Abigal Olmstead) lived for a number of years.  Abigail (sic) Olmstead was born in Ohio near Lake Erie, 25 Feb 1818.  She was the daughter of Harvey and Margaret (sic) Olmstead, the same Harvey Olstead (sic) that was captured by the British and held prisoner (in the war of 1812).  It is told he and another Boy (sic), just meer (sic) boys, were taken prisoners, the British were afraid they would carry news back to the army, so they kept them a long time and then they escaped.  Abigail (sic) was married very young to a man named Weed.  By him she had two children (sic) Joshua and Mary Weed.  He died and she married a man by the name of Williams.  They never had any children and I do not know what became of him but later (she) married Whiley (sic) Holden and to them were born four children, John, Martha, Catherin (sic) and Caroline.

They heard of Joseph Smith and his strange doctrine in her home state and joined the church in its infancy.  She went with the Saints to nauvoo (sic).  They were there at the time of the martyrdom of the prophet (Joseph Smith) and his brother Hyrum (Smith).  They were driven with these saints hither and suffered the privations with the early church members.  Grandmother Abigail (sic) was sealed to Whiley (sic) Holden and always went by that name even though she married later.  She had her sister sealed to her first husband she hardly knew which one she loved the better (not sure who this reference it to--Teri Popp).  They went to Jackson County (sic) Missouri at Independence but through cruel treatment were finally forced to look to the far west for a place to make their home.  After they were driven from Missouri the saints after giving up their homes and everything dear to them in the middle of winter (sic).  They gathered at a place called Winter Quarters and from there formed companies to go west to find a new home.  She with her husband and six children were ready to start with the first company led by Brigham Young.  But before the company left small pox broke out in the camp.  The saints were so deprived of the necessary conveniences to handle the disease that many fell victims of the dreaded disease and died.  Whiley (sic) Holden was (sic) who contracted the disease and died, also her oldest daughter Mary.  She was left at Winter Quarters a widow with five small children, 2 cows a broken heart and a heavy burden to bare as were many of the other saints.  There was one man who lost his wife, (sic) his name was Reynold.  They were left with him.  He had a wagon and one oxen so when the second company was forming it was decided to put her two cows with his oxen to draw the wagon and she was to look after his children across the plains.  Can we imagine this sad little group in one of the wagons in a pioneer train. (sic)  As we read of the trails (sic) they encountered on the plains from Indians and privations.  But the Lord did bless them in many ways.  And while the two cows helped to draw them over the plains. (sic) Night and Morning (sic) they gave the little group milk for their needs.  If grandma (Susan Carter Heath) remembers right it was the Daniel Spencer Company.  They came in this company and arrived in Salt Lake City Sept. 20, 1847.  Grandma (not sure if this reference is to Abigal or Susan--Teri Popp) was a nurse or mid-wife as they were called in those days.  That is how she maintained her family as well as render service to the needy.  She was a dear woman and everyone seemed to love her. 

 She always looked on the cheerful side.  The first fee years in the Salt Lake Valley were very trying ones for she (sic) through the plagues of grasshoppers and crickets and many is the time she gathered Sego (sic) roots to help ike (sic) out a bare existence.  Even at that the Lord was good to his people and they always found some way through.  In the year 1854 or 1855 she married my great-grand father (sic) James Harvey Heath and to them were born two sons in Weber on the Weber River where they made their home.  There (sic) names were Harvey Olmstead Heath my grandfather and William Heath.  She (Abigal) was a second wife to great-grandfather Heath his first wife being a sister to her (Abigal's) husband Whiley (sic) Holden.  Her name was Marie (sic) Holden (sic) she had ten children.  This (the marriage of James Harvey Heath and Abigal Olmstead Weed Williams Holden Heath) was not a happy union and she finally left.  She (Abigal) went to Provo (Utah) and there she keep (sic) house for a man named Sam Thompson and married him.  But when he took a second wife she left him and went to Payson (Utah) to live with her daughter Catherine Mott.  They moved to Chicken Creek close to Juab and from there to salina (sic) the next year after it (Salina, Utah) was settled the second time.  She (Abigal) was a good church worker (sic) one of the officiers (sic) in the Relief Society in Salina.  From Salina she went with her son, my grandfather (Harvey Olmstead Heath), to a place 10 miles east of Salina called Goosberry (sic) Creek and there she spent the remainder of her life.  You may be sure she knew of the troubles with Indians and the fears these pioneer people of Utah had to endure.  Their lives were full of toil and disappointment as only those brave people will ever know.  One peculiar thing was she always wanted to see a train in Utah.  But when they were about ready to take her to Provo for that was as far south as the railroad was in her time she suffered a stroke and died one year later at the home of her son William Heath at Loss Creek where she had gone for a visit.  She died 18 or 26 July 1891 and was buried in Salina, Utah in the North Cemetery.--Gathered and written by Susan B. Walsh, a cousin of Dora Gates Christensen."

Children of James Heath and Teressa Ragdell/Rigdale/Ridgedale are:

        i.            Jefferson Smith Heath, born February 28, 1837; died 1843 in Nauvoo, Illinois.

        ii.            George Fluker/Flucker Heath, born March 18, 1838.

        iii.            Sarah Ann Heath, born December 3, 1839; died 1843 in Nauvoo, Illinois.

        iv.            Mary June Heath, born October 7, 1841; died 1843 in Nauvoo, Illinois.

        v.            Infant Heath, born 1843; died 1843 in Nauvoo, Illinois.

Children of James Heath and Hulda Mariah Holden are:

        vi.            Jacob Heath, born August 6, 1846; died June 5, 1873.

        vii.            William Riley Heath, born July 11, 1857; died April 18, 1905.

        viii.            Martha Elizabeth Heath, born April 17, 1850; died March 28, 1853.

        ix.            Teresa Jane Heath, born February 5, 1852; died March 18, 1944.

        x.            Mary Louisa Heath, born February 27, 1854; died October 16, 1908.

        xi.            James Harvey Heath, born December 3, 1856; died April 2, 1906 (buried in Thurber, Utah).

        xii.            Mariah Lucinda Heath, born January 21, 1858; died January 11, 1931.

        xiii.            Dorothea Heath, born May 27, 1860; died March 25, 1937.

        xiv.            Harriet Heath, born December 18, 1862.

        xv.            Hulda Samantha Heath, born January 8, 1865.

Children of James Heath and Abigal Olmstead are:

52      xvi.        Harvey Olmstead Heath, born April 15, 1855 in South Weber, Weber County,  Utah; died July 26, 1935 in Salina, Sevier County, Utah; married Susan Carter December 04, 1874 in Salina, Sevier County, Utah.        

       xvii.        William Riley Heath, born July 11, 1857 in Weber, Weber, Utah; died April 18, 1905 in Aldrich (Notom), Wayne, Utah.

Children of Abigail Heath and Joshua Weed are:

        i.              Joshua Weed.

        ii.            Mary Weed.

Children of Abigail Heath and Wiley Hines Holden are:

        iii.            Martha Elizabeth Holden, born February 25, 1847.

        iv.            Catherine Irene Holden, born August 27, 1848 (twin).

        v.            Carolina Holden, born August 27, 1848 (twin).

        vi.            John Wiley Holden, born 1853.

106.  John Russell Carter, born February 07, 1837 in Perry, Pike County, Illinois; died about 1865.  He was the son of 212. Reuben Melton Carter and 213. Rachel Ann Campbell.  He married 107. Eliza Mack Powell.  Information obtained from "Biography of Eliza Mac (sic) Powell," written by Dora Gates Christensen as told to her by her grandmother, Susan Carter Heath.  Eliza's parents were Levi Powell, son of Charles and Nancy Powell, and Elizabeth Parker.  Levi and Elizabeth (Parker) Powell were natives of Nauvoo, Illinois at the time of Joseph Smith's death and Elizabeth was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints; however, Levi was not a member.  Elizabeth chose to go with the Saints heading west and Levi decided to go with her.  Levi and Elizabeth's two sons, James Eli Powell and Joseph Jasper Powell went with an earlier group westward.  Levi was a successful carpenter, but he gave up his Nauvoo, Illinois business to accompany his wife, Elizabeth, and their daughter, Eliza Mack Powell, westward with the Saints.  Levi Powell had two good wagons for the trip west.  On the trip west, Elizabeth (Parker) Powell died.  Levi made a casket out of one of the wagons and buried Elizabeth on the plains.  Levi continued on to Utah with his daughter, Eliza, meeting up with his two sons, James Eli and Joseph Jasper, in Salt Lake City.  They settled in Provo, Utah, for a time and Levi married a Mrs. Dack; however, the union was not a happy one and Levi moved on without her to Parowan, Iron County, Utah.  At 16 years of age, Eliza married John Russell Carter, the son of Reuben and Rachel Carter.  John Russell and Eliza (Powell) Carter had four children:  Mary Elizabeth, Susan, Cornelia and Levi Carter.  When Levi Carter was one, the family moved to Montana and settled on a small farm located in the wilderness near the Jefferson River, 30 miles from the nearest settlement of white persons.  Levi Powell, Eliza's father, went to Montana with the Carter family.  John Russell Carter left home one day to find work or prospect (the story is not clear) and he never returned.  The family believed he was killed by Indians or died in a mine slide.  Shortly after the disappearance of John Russell Carter, Levi Powell drowned in the Jefferson River, leaving Eliza Mack Powell Carter.  On the web, I located information on John and Eliza's daughter, Cornelia F. Carter Noakes McDonald, stating that Cornelia was born in Parowan, Utah, and that her parents (John and Eliza) moved the family to Montana for a period of time when Cornelia was 4 years old.  This would have made Eliza Carter 6 years old at the time of that move.  The web report went on to state that later (no specific times or dates given), the family moved back to Sevier County, Utah.

107.  Eliza M. Powell, born February 27, 1838 in Perry, Pike County, Illinois (or Feb. 24, 1838, depending on source); died April 05, 1911 in Salina, Sevier County, Utah (or April 6, 1911, depending on source).  She was the daughter of 214. Levi Powell and 215. Mary Elizabeth Parker.  Reference: "The Charles M. Powell Family: 1785-2001," by Delna Powell (Maureen S. Bryson, Las Vegas, Nevada 2001) providing a comprehensive study of the Powell family (including a discussion of the various manners in which Eliza M. Powell's name is cited in documentation).  Reference:  LDS Family History Center (FHC).  According to these records, Eliza was born Feb. 24, 1841 in Perry, Pikes, (Macormic) Illinois.  She married first, Robert Albert Bridges, second, John Russell Carter and third, George Washington Terry.  Information obtained from "Biography of Eliza Mac (sic) Powell," written by Dora Gates Christensen as told to her by her grandmother, Susan Carter Heath.  Eliza's parents were Levi Powell, son of Charles and Nancy Powell, and Elizabeth Parker.  Levi and Elizabeth (Parker) Powell were natives of Nauvoo, Illinois at the time of Joseph Smith's death and Elizabeth was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints; however, Levi was not a member.  Elizabeth chose to go with the Saints heading west and Levi decided to go with her.  Levi and Elizabeth's two sons, James Eli Powell and Joseph Jasper Powell went with an earlier group westward.  Levi was a successful carpenter, but he gave up his Nauvoo, Illinois business to accompany his wife, Elizabeth, and their daughter, Eliza Mack Powell, westward with the Saints.  Levi Powell had two good wagons for the trip west.  On the trip west, Elizabeth (Parker) Powell died.  Levi made a casket out of one of the wagons and buried Elizabeth on the plains.  Levi continued on to Utah with his daughter, Eliza, meeting up with his two sons, James Eli and Joseph Jasper, in Salt Lake City.  They settled in Provo, Utah, for a time and Levi married a Mrs. Dack; however, the union was not a happy one and Levi moved on without her to Parowan, Iron County, Utah.  At 16 years of age, Eliza married John Russell Carter, the son of Reuben and Rachel Carter.  John Russell and Eliza (Powell) Carter had four children:  Mary Elizabeth, Susan, Cornelia and Levi Carter.  When Levi Carter was one, the family moved to Montana and settled on a small farm located in the wilderness near the Jefferson River, 30 miles from the nearest settlement of white persons.  Levi Powell, Eliza's father, went to Montana with the Carter family.  John Russell Carter left home one day to find work or prospect (the story is not clear) and he never returned.  The family believed he was killed by Indians or died in a mine slide.  Shortly after the disappearance of John Russell Carter, Levi Powell drowned in the Jefferson River, leaving Eliza Mack Powell Carter.  On the same day that Levi drowned, Eliza's daughter, Mary Elizabeth Carter, died of typhoid fever.  Eliza's youngest daughter, Cornelia, survived the fever; however, Eliza was now left in the wilderness with three small children to raise by herself.  To survive, she washed for the prospectors and miners who came by her farm.  She was dependent on these men to bring her meat and other supplies.  Many times the family had only bear or deer meat to eat.  Two years after the disappearance of her husband, Eliza married George Terry who moved her near a settlement in Sterling, Montana, so that her children could attend school.  Because they lived three miles from the school, the children only attended school when the weather permitted travel.  Only a few months after George and Eliza Mack Powell Carter Terry married, George suffered a debilitating stroke and was paralyze from that day forward.  Eliza worked to support the family and five more children with George Terry while still living in Montana, including Andrew, Nancy, Nettie, Terry and Alice Terry.  Because of the Indian uprisings in the area (they lived near where Custer's last battle took place), the family moved on to Salina, Utah, for safety.  In Salina, Eliza continued as a member of the LDS Church and taught school until the birth of twins, Annie and George Terry.  The family then moved on to Joseph, Sevier County, Utah.  Eventually, George Terry developed a mental condition and gave his four oldest children away.  Eliza was heartbroken; however, shortly thereafter, George passed away and the children returned to Eliza to live with her until she was married.  In 1880 she married Robert Bridges, a non-LDS member, with whom she had one child, Robert Albert Bridges, who died at 9 months of age.  Robert and Eliza Mack Powell Carter Terry Bridges moved on to Bruno Valley, Idaho where they bought a large ranch.  During this time, Andrew Terry, Eliza's oldest son, went away with a freight wagon and two teams of horses and was never heard or seen again.  Later the horses and wagons were found and it was believed that Andrew died in a snow slide.  Shortly thereafter, Robert Bridges suffered a heart attack while working in the fields and died.  Eliza continued to work the ranch until she moved back to Salina, Utah, to be near her daughters, Cornelia and Susan.  She died in the home of her daughter, Susan Carter Heath, and is buried near her son, Joseph Levi Carter, in East Side Cemetery in Salina, Utah."

Children of John Carter and Eliza Powell are:

53      i.        Susan Carter, born May 18, 1859 in Parowan, Iron County, Utah; died January 27, 1927 in Salina, Sevier County, Utah; married Harvey Olmstead Heath December 04, 1874 in Salina, Sevier County, Utah.

       ii.        Cornelia F. Carter, born May 04, 1861 in Parowan, Iron County, Utah; died June 26, 1937 in Monroe, Sevier County, Utah; married (1) Dan Archie McDonald; married (2) Thomas Noakes May 04, 1875 in Parowan, Iron County, Utah.

       iii.        Mary Elizabeth Carter, born June 11, 1860.       

iv.        Joseph Levi Carter, born October 09, 1863; died November 19, 1911 in Utah.  He is buried in Redmond, Utah Cemetery.
108.  Hans Loren Jensen, born February 14, 1831 in Brandstrup, Hjortshoj, Randers, Denmark; died September 06, 1906 in Redmond, Sevier County, Utah.  He was the son of 217. Anne Kathrine Hansdatter.  He married 109. Christiana (Peddersdatter) Pedersen July 19, 1853 in Skodstrup, Randers, Denmark.
109.  Christiana (Peddersdatter) Pedersen, born June 02, 1824 in Eggaae Mark, Egaa Randers, Denmark; died January 10, 1898 in Redmond, Sevier County, Utah.  She was the daughter of 218. Peder Sorensen and 219. Anna Christensen.

Children of Hans Jensen and Christiana Pedersen are:

54      i.        Jans Peter Hans Jensen, born August 20, 1861 in Randers, Denmark; died October 28, 1932 in Redmond, Sevier County, Utah; married Ingeborg Christensen December 30, 1889 in Salina, Sevier County, Utah.

       ii.        Ane Katherine Jensen, born May 18, 1856 in Brandstrup, Hjortshoj, Randers, Denmark; died January 11, 1865 in Brandstrup, Hjortshoj, Randers, Denmark.

       iii.        Child Jensen, born February 14, 1858 in Brandstrup, Hjortshoj, Randers, Denmark; died February 14, 1858 in Brandstrup, Hjortshoj, Randers, Denmark.

iv.        Sorren Christian Jensen, born May 05, 1859 in Brandstrup, Hjortshoj, Randers, Denmark; died December 06, 1939 in Redmond, Sevier County, Utah; married Diantha Nielsen July 25, 1884.

      v.        Antone Christian Jensen, born November 18, 1860 in Ranus, Randers, Denmark; died August 04, 1923 in Redmond, Sevier County, Utah; married Johanne Jensen May 07, 1888 in Salina, Sevier County, Utah.

       vi.        Annie Catherine Jensen, born June 02, 1866 in Ranus, Randers, Denmark; died May 15, 1945 in Salina, Sevier County, Utah; married Niels Lund Peterson April 15, 1887 in Redmond, Sevier County, Utah.

110.  Peter (Peder) Christensen, born August 07, 1843 in Demstryr (or Demstrup), Sjorslev, Viborg, Denmark; died February 29, 1912 in Redmond, Sevier County, Utah.  He was the son of 220. Christen Hansen and 221. Ane Fredericksdatter.  He married 111. Ane Marie Marthea Charlotte Christensen December 27, 1867 in Redmond, Sevier County, Utah.    

111.  Ane Marie Marthea Charlotte Christensen, born December 29, 1849 in Vestervaudet, Viborg, Denmark; died December 02, 1928 in Redmond, Sevier County, Utah.  She was the daughter of 222. Christien Christensen and 223. Ingeborg Jensdatter.

Children of Peter Christensen and Ane Christensen are:

55      i.        Ingeborg Christensen, born October 17, 1868 in Vester Vendet, Sjorslev, Viborg, Denmark; died May 11, 1936 in Redmond, Sevier County, Utah; married Jans Peter Hans Jensen December 30, 1889 in Salina, Sevier County, Utah.

       ii.        Ane Christine Christensen, born April 03, 1876 in Demstryr (or Demstrup), Sjorslev, Viborg, Denmark.

       iii.        Christen Christensen, born July 02, 1872 in Demstryr (or Demstrup), Sjorslev, Viborg, Denmark.

       iv.        Christen Christensen, born April 30, 1874 in Demstryr (or Demstrup), Sjorslev, Viborg, Denmark.

       v.        Carl Christensen, born August 17, 1875 in Vester Vendet, Sjorslev, Viborg, Denmark.

       vi.        Karen Marie Christensen, born November 14, 1876 in Silkeborg, Skanderborg, Denmark.

       vii.        Frederikke Christensen, born December 05, 1877 in Silkeborg, Skanderborg, Denmark.

       viii.        Petrea Christensen, born April 25, 1879 in Silkeborg, Skanderborg, Denmark.

       ix.        Tyra Amalie Christensen, born July 19, 1880 in Silkeborg, Skanderborg, Denmark.

       x.        Johannes (John) Christensen, born October 30, 1882 in Silkeborg, Skanderborg, Denmark.

       xi.        Joseph Jacob Christensen, born January 16, 1884 in Silkeborg, Skanderborg, Denmark.

112.  Heinrich Bode, born in Evern, Hannover, Germany; died in Evern, Hannover, Germany.  He married 113. Sophie Knibbe.

113.  Sophie Knibbe, born in Evern, Hannover, Germany; died in Evern, Hannover, Germany.

Children of Heinrich Bode and Sophie Knibbe are:

56      i.        Karl Friedrich Bode, born 1858 in Evern, Hannover, Germany; died January 12, 1892 in Evern, Hannover, Germany; married Anna "Minna" Friederike Wilhelmine Gerlach after 1877 in Evern, Hannover, Germany.

       ii.        Heinrich Bode.

115.  Johanne Wilhelmine Frederike Amalie Gerlach, born in Rosenthal, Hessen, Germany (NE of Frankfurt am Main); died in Rosenthal, Hessen, Germany (NE of Frankfurt am Main).

Child of Johanne Wilhelmine Frederike Amalie Gerlach is:

57      i.        Anna "Minna" Friederike Wilhelmine Gerlach, born 1857 in Rosenthal, Hessen, Germany (NE of Frankfurt am Main); died June 20, 1899 in Evern, Hannover, Germany; married Karl Friedrich Bode after 1877 in Evern, Hannover, Germany.

116.  Johann Heinrich Vollmer  He married 117. Dorothea Berta Saar.

117.  Dorothea Berta Saar.

Child of Johann Vollmer and Dorothea Saar is:

58      i.        Carl Adolf Johannes Vollmer, born March 03, 1851 in Hannover, Germany; married Johanna Friederike Schumacher February 06, 1877 in Verden, Aller, Germany.

118.  Louis Schumacher  He married 119. Sophie Karoline Dormeyer.

119.  Sophie Karoline Dormeyer

Child of Louis Schumacher and Sophie Dormeyer is:

59      i.        Johanna Friederike Schumacher, born June 29, 1853 in Verden, Aller, Germany; married Carl Adolf Johannes Vollmer February 06, 1877 in Verden, Aller, Germany.

120.  Christian Schöllhammer, born February 13, 1796 in Klotzenhof, Germany (Oberurbach); died January 12, 1868 in Walkersbach, Germany.  He was the son of 240. Johann Bernard Schöllhammer and 241. Ursula Wahl.  He married 121. Maria Schuster July 31, 1822 in Welzheim, Germany (Oberurbach).

121.  Maria Schuster, born June 20, 1798 in Geobhenzilingfenn?, Germany (Oberurbach); died in Walkersbach, Germany.  She was the daughter of 242. Johann Jakob Schuster and 243. Anna Katharine Lindauer.

Child of Christian Schöllhammer and Maria Schuster is:

60      i.        Jakob Schöllhammer, born June 26, 1825 in Welzheim, Germany (Oberurbach); died November 11, 1897 in Walkersbach, Germany; married Marie Weitmann August 24, 1865 in Waltersbach, Germany.

122.  Heinrich Weitmann, born July 28, 1815 in Weilheim, Germany (Ruppertshofen).  He was the son of 244. Christian Weitmann and 245. Catherine Maria Lachenmaier.  He married 123. Margarete Nagel April 27, 1841 in Germany (Ruppertshofen).

123.  Margarete Nagel, born February 11, 1815 in Ruppertshofen u. Gurund, Germany; died October 31, 1848 in Spraitbach, Germany (Ruppertshofen).  She was the daughter of 246. Johannes Nagel and 247. Marie Wieland.

Child of Heinrich Weitmann and Margarete Nagel is:

61      i.        Marie Weitmann, born April 09, 1842 in Ruppertshofen und Gurund, Germany; died September 03, 1908 in Haubersbronn, Germany; married Jakob Schöllhammer August 24, 1865 in Waltersbach, Germany.

124.  Leonhard Hieber, born May 10, 1814 in Steinbrück, (Schornd.) Germany; died March 06, 1886 in Haubersbronn, Schorndorf, Germany.  He was the son of 248. Johann Georg Hieber and 249. Barbara Müller.  He married 125. Sabina Reiß September 18, 1849 in Haubersbronn, Germany.  Information obtained from Der Ahnenpass of Alfred Schöllhammer containing family history with clerk's certification.  See information obtained from Leonard Hieber from Hieber family information based on research of Bertold Hieber.

125.  Sabina Reiß, born June 13, 1819 in Haubersbronn, Schorndorf, Germany; died August 10, 1903 in Haubersbronn, Schorndorf, Germany.  She was the daughter of 250. Johannes Reiß and 251. Dorothea Bader.  Information obtained from Der Ahnenpass of Alfred Schöllhammer containing family history with clerk's certification.

Child of Leonhard Hieber and Sabina Reiß is:

62      i.        Christian Heinrich Hieber, born December 15, 1853 in Haubersbronn,  Schorndorf, Germany or Loechgau, Necker; died September 13, 1927 in Haubersbronn, Schorndorf, Germany; married Christine Katharine Ommerle May 21, 1877 in Haubersbronn, Württenburg, Germany.

126.  Konrad Friedrich Ommerle, born October 07, 1824 in Altbach kri. Esslingen, Germany (Hochdorf); died November 17, 1884 in Hochdorf, Germany.  He was the son of 252. Johannes Ommerle and 253. Eva Katharine Schäfer.  He married 127. Maria Katharina Weber August 26, 1851 in Hochdorf, Germany.

127.  Maria Katharina Weber, born April 09, 1828 in Notzingen, Germany; died June 29, 1909 in Hochdorf, Germany.  She was the daughter of 254. Johannes Weber and 255. Rosina Dorothea Weber.

Child of Konrad Ommerle and Maria Weber is:

63      i.        Christine Katharine Ommerle, born October 10, 1850 in Hochdorf, Germany; died December 02, 1922 in Haubersbronn, Württenburg, Germany; married Christian Heinrich Hieber May 21, 1877 in Haubersbronn, Württenburg, Germany.

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