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1  SHAVER, Delmer (I1753)
 
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COWPER, Isabelle (I0884)
 
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Lucille woke up about 1AM, and had help from Grampa using the bathroom, complained of feeling crummy. Could not be awakened by Grampa later in morning. She died sometime between 1AM and 5AM, 28 Jan 2002. Grampa called 911, then called Wes Hayward at 5AM. Paramedics were still working on her while on phone with Wes Hayward.

Husband Ron HAYWARD mentioned to Wes and Den HAYWARD for a few days prior to Lucille's death it seemed that someone else was in the house with them. Lloyd died on Jan 24, 2002. Hmmm.

Lucille and twin brother Lloyd were so small when born they were placed in shoe boxes under the wood stove to stay warm. The doctor did not think that they would live. They both did, of course.

She grew up in Illinois until the depression, which forced the family to seperate, reuniting in 1934 in Denver.

Memories:
She loved chocolate, especially See's candies. She made fudge at Christmastime that was excellent. While I (Ron) was growing up, she would make quite a bit of it and send us some. She had a large Hummell collection as well as other trinkets and figurines. She was very sharp and could tell you when and where she had gotten each one. She remembered details, telling stories with much description. She travelled to Hawaii with Grampa three times (at least once during Christmas). She loved it there. Roger Hayward recalled her telling that they passed Harvey Korman on the beach in Hawaii one time, and said hello to him. He said hi back. She adored the movie, "The Sound of Music". One year we got her a video copy of the movie so she could watch it over and over. 
DICK, Ethel Lucille (I0010)
 
4 "Albert J. was an attorney of note and resided in Geneva, O." Bogue and Allied Families, p 420 TRUNKEY, Albert J (I1366)
 
5 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I0899)
 
6 "The Smith loved painting and dabbled in photography. Gordon used to pain billboards for Coke when they were painted." Charlene Rogers, email dated 23 Jan 2005 SMITH, Gordon Glade (Glen) (I0102)
 
7 "There has been a story that has floated around the family for years and I dont know if you have heard it or not. It involves Daisy Hayward at a young age (not real sure what age). It seems that Daisy was in Nebraska at the time and her parents were working out in the fields, leaving her to watch her younger siblings. I guess the Natives werent too friendly back then and a couple of them came riding up to the house. She grabbed dads rifle and told them to not come any closer. When they kept comming she shot one and killed him. Now, I cant tell you if its real or not, but it makes for one heck of a tale at any rate. " ---Charlend Rogers, email dated 23 Jan 2005 HAYWARD, Daisy Bell (I0090)
 
8 1880 census shows George enumerated under John Pollock in Suez, Mercer, Illinois, 18 yrs old, born Illinois, as farm laborer. Suez is a tiny community roughly 20 miles due east of Keithsburg, where his parents lived. Keithsburg, Illinois lies on the Mississippi river near Davenport, Iowa FLORY, George Washington (I0494)
 
9 1900 census lists Lillian E Naugle as stepdaughter of John G Thorogood. John was married to wife Lillian E, mother of two living children at the time; therefore, I believe Lillian Naugle to be daughter by previous marriage of mother Lillian to a Mr Naugle

I had prior info in database for a Lillian E Parks married to John G Thorogood, with child Milton Edgar Thorogood, but no source citation. 
NAUGLE, Lillian E (I1723)
 
10 1900 census shows Ethel had three children, only two living

from Tacoma City Directories:
1909:No Goodrich referenced
1910:No Goodrich referenced
1911:Goodrich, Ethel M (wid Philander) r 3750 N 30th
1912:Goodrich, Ethel M (wid Phillip) r 3750 N 30th
1913:**Goodrich, Ethel M Mrs stenogr Kelly Gallivan & Co r 920 So G


** not sure if these entries relate to the correct Ethel M COOK/GOODRICH/JOHNSON 
COOK, Ethel M (I0439)
 
11 1900 census shows one child of Ethel M COOK not alive in 1900 GOODRICH, Florence (I1003)
 
12 1900 census shows William married to Sarah B; Sarah married for 23 years, William for 56; marriage to Sarah would have taken place abt 1877; marriage to Mary (assuming she was only other wife to William) would have to at or before 1844. This seems reasonable since oldest child, Anna b ca 1844.
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possibility 1850 census, VA, York, p358, Ancestry image 31 showing William, Mary and a Sally, age 5;

possibility 1870 census, IL, Rock Island, Edgington, p 11 showing William 58, b Eng, Mary 37?, b Eng, and Virginia 16, b Virginia 
ASHBY, William M (I1656)
 
13 1910 census, Johnson co, 5-Wd, ED 91, p 4a indicates Charlotte Gorman and mother Harriet Mackey with trade of "Own Income" indicating they may have been rather wealthy for their time.
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MACKEY, Lottie (I1650)
 
14 1920 census shows Frank as accountant KINSEY, Frank E (I0459)
 
15 1920 census; husband Thomas F May enumerated and shown as medical student lodging with other students; wife Margaret enumerated on following page, as "wife".

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Obituary from Tacoma Times, 5 December 1924, page 15:

Doctor’s Wife Dies

Mrs. Margaret F. May, 59, wife of Dr. Thomas F. May, 2716 No. 19th st., died at the family home Thursday. Besides her husband, a son, Thomas H. May of Tacoma, and a brother, Russell J. Corey of Port Jervis, N. Y., survive.
Funeral services will be held at 1:30 p.m. Saturday from the family residence, with Rev. J. W. Kennedy officiating. Interment in Mountain View cemetery directed by Buckley-King’s.
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COREY, Margaret F (I1881)
 
16 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1794)
 
17 1930 census shows he was widowed (1930, California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, Wd 9, ED 732, p 10a, Ancestry image 19)

from Tacoma City Directories:
1914:Johnson, Andw waiter r 312 Puyallup av **
** this entry not verified to belong to this Andrew Johnson

from Seattle City Directories:
1916:Johnson, Andw W (Ethel) cook h 230 Fairview
1917:Johnson, Andw cook r 962 Harney 
JOHNSON, Andrew (I1793)
 
18 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1905)
 
19 29 Aug 1862, Daily Gazette, Davenport
listed George Hayward as subject to civil war draft; he evidently lived in Davenport township, but outside the city. See Scott co message board item dated 13 Oct 2002

born and lived in Davenport, Scott, Iowa until 1870, after which he lived in Shelby county, Iowa. Pension record

In the application for pension on medical examination dated Mar 7 1900, George described his hernia:
"My hernia is troubling me more than it --- was. I can not wear a truss and have to go almost every day and lie down and put the hernia back to stop pain. I had the index finger of the left-hand amputated in March 1894, on account of blood poisoning from an injury from a sausage mill leaving my hand stiff and almost useless."

In the application for pension increase dated 5 Jun 1900, it was stated:
"that said injury was incurred on the 8th day of February 1894, in the following manner, was grinding sausage at his residence and his left [index] finger was accidently caught and crushed in the sausage grinder, taking off about half of the nail, this was followed by blood poisen [sic] and resulted in the amputation of the finger above the third joint, which was amputated the 9th of March, 1894; and further states that said disability was not the result of bad or vicious habits."

died 24 Nov 1910 near 6 PM; Pension application

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Gravestone info from Iowa Gravestone Photo Project at http://iowagravestones.org/gs_view.php/id_169273
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HAYWARD, George (I0866)
 
20 68 years at time of death? record number 335; must be verified with death other source Source (S03273)
 
21 address at time of James Haywards death 17 Nov 1918: 4425 Orchard Ln (St) HAYWARD, Albert James (I0098)
 
22 address at time of SSN application, 1962:
513 S Catalina Av
Redondo Beach, CA

also from SSDI:
90277 Hermosa Beach
Los Angeles, CA

from death certificate:
518 S Catalina Ave
Redondo Beach, CA

died at:
West Torrance Convalescent
4333 W Torrance Blvd
Torrance

lived in Los Angeles County for 21 years (ca 1949-1970), until death
died of Uremia, due to bilateral ureteral obstruction,
due to squamous Coll Carcinoma of bladder

lived in California from 1949-1970 
PITCHER, Florence Amelia (I0062)
 
23 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I0072)
 
24 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I0269)
 
25 After the death of husband David, she moved to Kindred where she supported herself as a dressmaker. After her son Alf married Hanna, she made her home with them. (Ione Cotter) RINGEN, David (I0240)
 
26 also known as Polly-Jacque Thornton UNKNOWN, Paulette (I0598)
 
27 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1086)
 
28 attended school within 1880 census year

Mother of six children, four living; Census, 1910, ND, Cass, Normanna, ED 50, p 13b 
JOHNSON, Georgina (I0058)
 
29 attended school within 1880 census year

mother of two children, both living: Census, 1900, ND, Cass, Norman, ED 39, p 5b

Mother of nine children, all living; Census, 1910, ND, Cass, Normanna, ED 50, p 13b 
JOHNSON, Janna Olava (I0050)
 
30 attended school within 1880 census year
Ione COTTERS info on Albert and his wife Milla show them both dieing on same date 30 jan 1948!!!! 
JOHNSON, Albert Julius (I0057)
 
31 attended school within previous year of 1870 Iowa census TRUNKEY, Harvey Joseph (I0549)
 
32 attended school within year previous to 1870 Iowa census TRUNKEY, Charles R (I0550)
 
33 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1084)
 
34 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I0901)
 
35 author of Bogue and Allied Families BOGUE, Virgil T (I1455)
 
36 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1931)
 
37 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1932)
 
38 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1933)
 
39 bachelor, aged 60 yrs; Bogue and allied families, p 412 TRUNKEY, Austin (I1263)
 
40 bachelor; salesman in Spokane, Tacoma, and San Diego; owned a cigar store in the Liberty Theatre Building in Spokane for many years; stationed in Guam in WWI; prior info from Ione COTTER family history; Roger JOHNSON (nephew) said he also worked as dry goods salesman at Spokane Dry Goods Company; R Johnson indicated he was in Marines; JOHNSON, Gustav Adolph (I0051)
 
41 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I0256)
 
42 became noted Deciple [sic] preacher; Bogue and allied families, p 414
 
SMITH, Calvin (I1241)
 
43 believed to be Thomas HAYWARDs immigrant brother---verified in probate file for Thomas HAYWARD in letter to John from mutual acquaintance. 31 Mar 04, FHC, SLC film # 1508809 item 475 (beginning of film)
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From FHC, Salt Lake City, 31 Mar 2004, films 1003794 (index) and 1003807 (1003833, 1479435) of Scott County, Iowa Deeds, Journal A
[Journal A was not located; index entry follows]

Entry in index reads:
Grantor: HAYWARD, JohnGrantee: ES Barrows
Filed: 27 June 1838Instrument: 1 Mar 1838
Character of Instrument: Quit Claim
Book: Journal A, pg: 3
NW corner Sec 1 T.77 R2E
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HAYWOOD, John (I0863)
 
44 blind in 1880 census CROZIER, Thomas (I1629)
 
45 Bogue and Allied Families, pg 414 indicates George died 28 Oct 1893, at age 37 yrs, 4 mos. What I read from headstone indicated date of death of 28 Oct 1886, yielding 40 yrs, 4 mos. Census records seem to indicate date of birth 1846. I'm inclined to believe that either the arithmetic was wrong on the headstone or that I misread the stone. Ron Hayward 10/30/2004
 
TRUNKEY, George (I1383)
 
46 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I0007)
 
47 born in house at 3412 N Tyler, says Charlene JOHNSON HAYWARD, May 2000

High School transcripts show she attended Queen Anne HS (Seattle) from Jan 1925 through Jan 1926. Then she was admitted to Stadium HS (Tacoma) in Feb 1926 where she attended until graduating in June 1929.

Charlotte's move from Seattle to Tacoma coincided with her mother Carrie's marriage to Dr. Thomas May in February 1926. While in high school she lived at 1516 N. Anderson in Tacoma, except for the period from circa Jan 1915 through June 1928 when she lived at 1915 N. Anderson, and address Dr. May lived at until his death in December 1927.

graduated high school 1929
baptised in Mason Church, Tacoma

Oscar Johnson's record indicates dob 21 aug 1912 
COOK, Charlotte Mary (I0033)
 
48 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I0001)
 
49 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1740)
 
50 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1186)
 

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