Nine Generations

Gisèle Garfinkiel

Gisèle Rozenbaum, Paris June 2012
F, #161, Deceased, b. 12 April 1937, d. 14 December 2013


Pedigree and Children

Parents

FatherDavid Garfinkiel (1902-1970)
MotherPaula Glotzer (1907-1986)




Relationships2nd cousin 2 times removed of Cecily Jane Jacobs


Biography

OccupationGisèle Garfinkiel was a dental surgeon in Paris.1
Birth12 April 1937Gisèle Garfinkiel was born on 12 April 1937 in Paris, France.2
child1939Was listed as David Garfinkiel's child at his naturalization in 1939 in Paris, France, the Garfinkiels had filed their application on 21 Jun 1938; it was granted in 1939 and revoked in 1940.3
NameShe was also known as Gisèle Rozenbaum.2
Death14 December 2013She died on 14 December 2013 at age 76 in Paris, France.4
Charts and other referencesGlotzer: Glotzer, Grantz, Guterman, Garfinkiel, & Chomentowski Descendancy Chart

Citations

  1. E-mail message, Gisèle Rozenbaum to RCJ, 12 Mar 2011
  2. E-mail message, Gisèle Garfinkiel to RCJ, 7/12/2008
  3. [Title], 21 June 1938
  4. E-mail message, Marc Rozenbaum to RCJ, 21 June 2014

Édith Simone Blanche Garfinkiel

F, #162, Living


Pedigree and Children

Parents

FatherDavid Garfinkiel (1902-1970)
MotherPaula Glotzer (1907-1986)




Relationships2nd cousin 2 times removed of Cecily Jane Jacobs


Charts and other referencesGlotzer: Glotzer, Grantz, Guterman, Garfinkiel, & Chomentowski Descendancy Chart

Cassie Leber

Cassie Leber
F, #163, Deceased, b. 17 June 1975, d. 2 January 2008


Pedigree and Children

Parents





Relationships2nd cousin 1 time removed of Cecily Jane Jacobs
2nd cousin 1 time removed of Harry Maxim Lieber


Biography

Birth17 June 1975Cassie Leber was born on 17 June 1975 in Phillips, Maine. in the bedroom of Eric's house. Eric wrote a memoir of her birth which is linked on the family website, https://genarchives.com/NineGenerations/up/index.htm.
Illness1994In 1994, Cassie suffered a sky diving accident and was paralyzed1,2
Death2 January 2008She died by her own hand on 2 January 2008 at age 32 at 3555 Knobcone Drive in Kelseyville, California.1,3
Charts and other referencesJankelewicz Descendancy Chart; Leber/Lieberman Descendancy Chart

Citations

  1. Telephone Interview, Eric Leber to RCJ, 1/5/2008
  2. Personal knowledge of Robert Jacobs
  3. Social Security Death Index

David W. Daub

M, #164, Living


Pedigree and Children

Parents

FatherGerald Maurice Daub (1925-2006)
MotherJoan L. Hughes






Charts and other referencesJankelewicz Descendancy Chart; Leber/Lieberman Descendancy Chart

Ariana Leber Daub

F, #165, Living


Pedigree and Children

Parents





Relationships3rd cousin of Cecily Jane Jacobs
2nd cousin 2 times removed of Harry Maxim Lieber


Charts and other referencesJankelewicz Descendancy Chart; Leber/Lieberman Descendancy Chart

Lucas Leber Daub

M, #166, Living


Pedigree and Children

Parents





Relationships3rd cousin of Cecily Jane Jacobs
2nd cousin 2 times removed of Harry Maxim Lieber


Charts and other referencesJankelewicz Descendancy Chart; Leber/Lieberman Descendancy Chart

Willene Hatcher

Willene Hatcher
F, #167, Deceased, b. 23 November 1930, d. 5 August 2010


Pedigree and Children

Parents

FatherJohn William C. Hatcher (1890-1977)
MotherNina Scurlock (1899-1967)






Biography

Birth23 November 1930Willene Hatcher was born on 23 November 1930 in Nashville, Tennessee.1
Residence1 April 1940She lived in Nashville on 1 April 1940.2
Name-MarriedHer married name was Willene Grantz.3
Residence1958She lived in Palo Alto in 1958.4
Residence1980She lived 380 Olive St in Menlo Park in 1980.5
Illnessfrom 2007 to 2010She was ill from 2007 to 2010 in Cupertino, California, suffering from metastasizing cancer6
Death5 August 2010She died of cancer on 5 August 2010 at age 79 in Cupertino, California.7
Charts and other referencesEisenberg Descendancy Chart; Glotzer: Glotzer, Grantz, Guterman, Garfinkiel, & Chomentowski Descendancy Chart; Kuperman Descendancy Chart

Citations

  1. E-mail message, Art Grantz to RCJ, 9/23/2007
  2. 1940 Federal Census
  3. Hannah Guterman's holograph notebook
  4. Ancestry.com, U.S. City Directories, 1822-1995
  5. Ancestry.com, U.S. Public Records Index, 1950-1993, Volume 1
  6. E-mail message, Arthur Grantz to RCJ, 6 July 2010
  7. Telephone Interview, Art Grantz & RCJ, 6 Aug. 2010

David Arthur Grantz

M, #168, Living


Pedigree and Children

Parents

FatherArthur Grantz
MotherWillene Hatcher (1930-2010)




Relationships2nd cousin 1 time removed of Cecily Jane Jacobs
3rd great-grandson of Mordechai Eisenberg


Charts and other referencesEisenberg Descendancy Chart; Glotzer: Glotzer, Grantz, Guterman, Garfinkiel, & Chomentowski Descendancy Chart; Kuperman Descendancy Chart

Eric Grantz

M, #169, Living


Pedigree and Children

Parents

FatherArthur Grantz
MotherWillene Hatcher (1930-2010)




Relationships2nd cousin 1 time removed of Cecily Jane Jacobs
3rd great-grandson of Mordechai Eisenberg


Charts and other referencesEisenberg Descendancy Chart; Glotzer: Glotzer, Grantz, Guterman, Garfinkiel, & Chomentowski Descendancy Chart; Kuperman Descendancy Chart

Sarah Lynn Grantz

F, #170, Living


Pedigree and Children

Parents

FatherArthur Grantz
MotherWillene Hatcher (1930-2010)




Relationships2nd cousin 1 time removed of Cecily Jane Jacobs
3rd great-granddaughter of Mordechai Eisenberg


Charts and other referencesEisenberg Descendancy Chart; Glotzer: Glotzer, Grantz, Guterman, Garfinkiel, & Chomentowski Descendancy Chart; Kuperman Descendancy Chart

Carol Nina Grantz

F, #171, Living


Pedigree and Children

Parents

FatherArthur Grantz
MotherWillene Hatcher (1930-2010)




Relationships2nd cousin 1 time removed of Cecily Jane Jacobs
3rd great-granddaughter of Mordechai Eisenberg


Charts and other referencesEisenberg Descendancy Chart; Glotzer: Glotzer, Grantz, Guterman, Garfinkiel, & Chomentowski Descendancy Chart; Kuperman Descendancy Chart

Samuel Sadin

Sam Sadin
M, #172, Deceased, b. 12 March 1918, d. 21 March 2004


Pedigree and Children

Parents



Family: Terry Cooper (1921-2014)

SonRobert Sadin +
SonArthur Sadin
DaughterMadeline Sadin (1952-1970)




Biography

Birth12 March 1918Samuel Sadin was born on 12 March 1918 in Brooklyn, New York.1,2
GraduationJune 1939He graduated from CCNY downtown -- the Baruch School -- in June 1939 in New York.3
Occupation1939He was an accountant with Eisner & Lubin in 1939 in New York, New York.3
Marr Lic26 September 1940He and Terry Cooper obtained a marriage license on 26 September 1940 in Bronx, New York.4
Marriage6 October 1940He and Terry Cooper were married on 6 October 1940 in Bronx, New York.5,4
Militaryfrom 7 May 1942 to 1946He served in the Army as a private from 7 May 1942 to 1946 at Fort Jay, Governor's Island, in New York City. He was discharged with the rank of captain.6
Description7 May 1942When mustered into the Army, Samuel was described as weight 138, height 5' 8."6
Occupation1949In 1949 Samuel Sadin was a proprietor of his own lumber trading company in New York City.3
Residence (fam)October 1951He and Terry Cooper lived on Long Island in New Hyde Park in October 1951.
Occupationafter 1970He established a program on the rights of the elderly at Hunter College sometime after 1970.3
Death21 March 2004He died on 21 March 2004 at age 86 in New Hyde Park, Nassau County, New York.7,8
BiographyJanuary 2009Terry Sadin wrote a biographical memoir of her husband Sam. It is linked on the family website, www.jacobsbackstory.com.
Charts and other referencesEisenberg Descendancy Chart; Kuperman Descendancy Chart

Citations

  1. Hannah Guterman's holograph notebook
  2. E-mail message, Terry Cooper Sadin to RCJ, 6 Mar 2011
  3. E-mail message, Terry Sadin to RCJ, 1/6/2009
  4. Ancestry.com, New York City, Marriage License Indexes, 1907-1995 (Ancestry.com Operations, Inc.), Bronx License #10960
  5. Hannah Guterman's typescript memoir (1986)
  6. NARA WW II enlistee database, Samuel Sadin
  7. Social Security Death Index
  8. New York Times, Obituary, published March 22, 2004

Robert Sadin

M, #173, Living


Pedigree and Children

Parents

FatherSamuel Sadin (1918-2004)
MotherTerry Cooper (1921-2014)




Relationships2nd cousin 2 times removed of Cecily Jane Jacobs
2nd great-grandson of Mordechai Eisenberg


Charts and other referencesEisenberg Descendancy Chart; Kuperman Descendancy Chart

Arthur Sadin

M, #174, Living


Pedigree and Children

Parents

FatherSamuel Sadin (1918-2004)
MotherTerry Cooper (1921-2014)


Family 1: Lauri J. Baker



Relationships2nd cousin 2 times removed of Cecily Jane Jacobs
2nd great-grandson of Mordechai Eisenberg


Charts and other referencesEisenberg Descendancy Chart; Kuperman Descendancy Chart

Madeline Sadin

F, #175, Deceased, b. 1 April 1952, d. 17 August 1970


Pedigree and Children

Parents

FatherSamuel Sadin (1918-2004)
MotherTerry Cooper (1921-2014)




Relationships2nd cousin 2 times removed of Cecily Jane Jacobs
2nd great-granddaughter of Mordechai Eisenberg


Biography

Birth1 April 1952Madeline Sadin was born on 1 April 1952 in the Bronx.1,2,3
Death17 August 1970She died automobile accident on 17 August 1970 at age 18 in Santa Cruz, California, as the result of an automobile accident.1,2
Charts and other referencesEisenberg Descendancy Chart; Kuperman Descendancy Chart

Citations

  1. Hannah Guterman's holograph notebook
  2. California Death Index, 1940 -1997
  3. Telephone Interview, Terry Cooper Sadin & RCJ, 12/21/2008

Chaim Eisenberg

M, #176, Deceased, b. 1 October 1873, d. 6 February 1952


Pedigree and Children

Parents

FatherMordechai Eisenberg (1832-aft 1907)
MotherMrs. Khana [Eisenberg] (1832-)


Family: Vichne Levine (abt 1874-1944)

DaughterFrieda Eisenberg + (1898-abt 1997)
DaughterMary Eisenberg + (1900-1966)
SonJacob Eisenberg (1900-1981)
SonHarry Eisenberg + (1904-1976)
SonMax Eisenberg + (1911-)
DaughterLeah Eisenberg + (1913-1962)


Relationships3rd great-granduncle of Cecily Jane Jacobs
Son of Mordechai Eisenberg


Biography

Birth1 October 1873Chaim Eisenberg was born on 1 October 1873 in Pinsk, Belarus.1,2
Name-birthHis birth name was Abram-Khaim Eisenberg.2
Military1891He was drafted and served in the Russian Army in 1891 in Pinsk-Karlin, Belarus.3
Marriage1897He and Vichne Levine were married in 1897.1,4
BiographyHe is listed in the Vsia Rossia database: "AIZENBERG Khaim-Movsha; Brewery 1903 805 Pinsk;" he probably worked in the Basevitch brewery.5
Note1907Khaim owned an apartment on Goncharskaya Street in the house of Goldman.6
Immigration15 August 1910On 15 August 1910 Chaim Eisenberg arrived at Ellis Island in New York City aboard the S.S. Lituania which sailed from Libau on August 2.1
Name-ImmigrantHe changed his name to Hyman Eisenberg after immigration.7
Residence (fam)6 January 1920He and Vichne Levine lived with their children at 220 Monroe Street in New York on 6 January 1920.4
Occupation6 January 1920On 6 January 1920 Chaim Eisenberg was a presser in a clothing shop in New York.4
Language1930According to the 1930 census report, Chaim Eisenberg was unable to speak English. I don't believe it for a minute.8
Residence (fam)1930In 1930 he was living with his children and Louis Alpert, his son-in-law, at 2055 Creston Avenue in the Bronx.8
Occupation1930In 1930 Chaim Eisenberg was a men's trousers presser in New York.8
Anecdote (fam)say 1932Anita Cooper Smith believes she remembers visiting Chaim and Vichne when she (Anita) was a little girl. She definitely remembered the name Vichne which she pronounced "Vishna."9
Death6 February 1952He died on 6 February 1952 at age 78 in New York, New York.10
Burial6 February 1952He was buried on 6 February 1952 at Mt. Judah Cemetery in Ridgewood, Queens County, New York, his grave is in the Schoch Tov A'Pinsk burial society, location 1-U-052-R06.11
Charts and other referencesEisenberg Descendancy Chart

Citations

  1. Passenger Manifest, S.S. Lituania arr NYC 2 Aug 1910
  2. Jewish Heritage Research Group, "JHRG Eisenberg Report", p. 4.
  3. Jewish Heritage Research Group of Belarus, "JHRG Kuperman Report", p.5.
  4. 1920 Federal Census, New York, New York, population schedule, New York, Enumeration District 327, sheet 10B, dwelling 26, family 205, National Archives micropublication T625-1191 (Hyman Eisenberg household).
  5. Hannah Guterman's typescript memoir (1986)
  6. Jewish Heritage Research Group, "JHRG Eisenberg Report", p. 7; name found on Duma voters list.
  7. Ancestry.com Public Family Trees, Sherman Family Tree (Ancestry on-line)
  8. 1930 Federal Census, Bronx, New York, population schedule, Bronx, Enumeration District 3-355, sheet 15B, dwelling 30, family 343, National Archives micropublication T626-1474 (Joe Calamito household).
  9. Telephone Interview, Anita Cooper Smith & RCJ, 24 March 2014
  10. E-mail message, Monte Sherman to RCJ, 12 Feb 2012
  11. [Title], Mt. Judah Cemetery (Hyman Eisenberg)

Gardner Martin Edson

Gardner Edson
M, #177, Deceased, b. 29 July 1827, d. 20 October 1881


Pedigree and Children

Parents



Family 1: Leonora Viola Tisdel (1833-1854)

DaughterEva Edson (1853-1854)

Family 2: Mary Ellen Gillespie (1838-1935)

SonEdward Edson + (1860-1944)
DaughterJessie Edson + (1861-1905)


Relationships4th great-grandfather of Cecily Jane Jacobs


Biography

NoteEd Edson wrote " . . . my father [Gardner] was an only son with an only sister who had no children. I, as you know, am an only son who with an only sister who has no children and my son has an only son who has no sister at all, so you see the stalk is getting thinner."1
Birth29 July 1827Gardner Martin Edson was born on 29 July 1827 in New York.2
Educationfrom 1849 to 1850He studied at Beloit Seminary in Beloit, Wisconsin, from 1849 to 1850. His name is found on a list of students at the Seminary; his residence is stated as Batavia, NY.3
Also Known As1850As of 1850, Gardner Martin Edson was also known as Martin Gardner Edson.2,4
Occupation2 August 1850On 2 August 1850 Gardner Martin Edson was a blacksmith; name: "Martin G. Edson" in Beloit, Rock County, Wisconsin.5
Marriage30 June 1852He and Leonora Viola Tisdel were married on 30 June 1852 in Harlem, Stephenson County, Illinois.6,7
Widower23 July 1854He was widowed by Leonora Viola Tisdel's death in Illinois on 23 July 1854.
Bereaved25 July 1854He lost his daughter when Eva died in Illinois on 25 July 1854.8
Occupation1856He was again listed as a blacksmith (name rendered as "Martin G. Edsen") and a member of the militia in 1856 in Davenport, Scott County, Iowa. According to the check marks on the census form, Edson was a member of the militia and had been a resident of the state for "0" years.9
Marriage10 March 1859He and Mary Ellen Gillespie were married on 10 March 1859 in Cerro Gordo County, Iowa. "The first marriage in the township, tradition claims, was that of a man by the name of Edson who was united to Miss Gillespie, during the year 1859. They have since that event left the county." -- 1884 History of Kossuth, Hancock and Winnebago Counties, Iowa. However, the original marriage record gives the location of the marriage as Cerro Gordo County.10,2,11,12,13
Occupation1860In 1860 Gardner Martin Edson was a farmer in Madison Township. The Gillespies were the Edson's near neighbors.10
Residence (fam)20 July 1860He and Mary Ellen Gillespie lived in Madison Township on 20 July 1860.10
Father30 August 1860Gardner was 33 when his son Edward was born in Elk Grove on 30 August 1860.14
Draft RegistrationJune 1863He registered for the draft in June 1863 in Glenwood, Mills County, Iowa, the form lists him as a blacksmith; his birthplace is given as New Jersey.15
OccupationJune 1863In June 1863 Gardner Martin Edson was a blacksmith in Glenwood. His occupation given as blacksmith as "Martin" in 1850 and 1856 and as "Gardner" in 1863.15
OccupationNovember 1865In November 1865 Gardner Martin Edson was a physician in Mound City.16
MiscNovember 1865He was assessed $5.83 on income related to the Graham Nodaway Company. in November 1865 in Mound City, Missouri.16
MiscMay 1866Gardner was assessed $3.45 on 1865 income related to Holt Company. in May 1866 in Mound City, Missouri.17
Misc30 November 1866His name appeared on a list "Registered Name — Continued, Denton Township" in the Holt County Sentinel on 30 November 1866 in Oregon, Missouri.18
Residence7 June 1870Gardner lived in Lewis Township, Holt County, Missouri, on 7 June 1870, and practiced dentistry there.19
Occupation7 June 1870In the 1870 federal census he is listed as a dentist.19
Residence (fam)between 1871 and 1872He and Mary Ellen Gillespie lived in Sabetha, Kansas, between 1871 and 1872. The Edson family settled briefly in Sabetha, Kansas between 1871 and 1874, but long enough to help organize the library association. A note lists G. M. Edson: "Sabetha Library Association — In 1871, this association was organized, with S.W. Brooke, President; Emma Brady, Secretary. Its membership included, among others, J.T. Brady, G.M. Edson, Mr. and Mrs. Prof. Philbrook, H. Tarr, Samuel Slosson and D.L. Gebhart. About twenty books were donated and purchased as the nucleus to a library. Until 1879, no changes were made regarding the method of conducting the association. Its only income was the yearly fees and fines imposed. On January 1 of that year, the society was incorporated under the laws of the State, with a capital stock of $1,000, divided into shares of $10 each. The Board of Directors in 1883 were: I.F. Collins, G.C. McGuire, C.L. Sherwood, J. F. Clough, and H. Tarr. Its executive officers were: R.C. Bassett, President: H. Tarr, Secretary: and C.L. Sherwood, Librarian and Treasurer. The library, which occupied a part of Sherwood & Marshall’s drug store, consisted of 650 volumes in all departments of literature. Their use was free to its stockholders, but a yearly fee of $2.00 was charged to all others."20,21
Anecdote (fam)about 1874The Edsons acquired land in Smith County, Kansas, about 1874.22
Residence (fam)from 1875 to 1881He and Mary Ellen Gillespie lived in Smith Center, Smith County, Kansas, from 1875 to 1881. In 1880 the town was also called Centre Township23,24
Occupationfrom 1875 to 1881From 1875 to 1881 Gardner Martin Edson was a physician, coroner and farmer in Smith Center.23,25,24
OccupationNovember 1879He was elected County Coroner for Smith County in November 1879.26
Note18 June 1880A Federal agricultural production census schedule for Centre Township showed that on Gardner Edson's farm of 170 acres, 70 acres were under cultivation and the remainder was unimproved or in woodlands or pasture. The value of the farm was reported to be $2500, of which livestock was worth $500 and tools $100.27,28
Death20 October 1881He died of a suspected laudanum overdose on 20 October 1881 at age 54 at the Kansas Central Hotel in Smith Center, Smith County, Kansas. According to the Kansas Free Press, he had been suffering from epilepsy for some years.29,14,30,31,32
Burialcirca 22 October 1881He is buried in Block 1 of the Fairview Cemetery in Smith County, Kansas. His gravestone says only "Dr. Edson."14,33,31
Charts and other referencesEdson Descendancy Chart

Citations

  1. Edson, "Verboden", Letter, Ed Edson to George Burr, 17 March 1940
  2. Edson Family Association & Edson Genealogical Association, The Edsonian
  3. , Ancestry.com. U.S., School Catalogs, 1765-1935 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2012.Original publlished July 24, 1850
  4. 1850 Federal Census, Rock County, Wisconsin population schedule, Beloit, sheet 406A, dwelling 441, family 487, National Archives micropublication M432-1005 (J.P. Houston household).
  5. 1850 Federal Census, Rock County, Wisconsin population schedule, Beloit, sheet 406A, dwelling 441, family 487, National Archives micropublication M432-1005 (J.P. Huston household).
  6. Book, The genealogy of the descendants of Lawrence and Mary Antisell of Norwich and Willington, Connecticut : including some records of Christopher Antisell of Sraduff, Birr, (Kings Co.) Ireland (via Ancestry.com)
  7. Marriage Indexes, Illinois Statewide Marriage Index, Vol. B, p.8, Lic. No. 309
  8. Find A Grave database, Memorial #74560161
  9. 1856 Iowa State Census
  10. 1860 Federal Census, Place: Madison, Hancock, Iowa; Roll: M653_323; Page: 609; Family History Library Film: 803323
  11. History of Kossuth, Hancock and Winnebago Counties, Iowa, p. 696
  12. Marriage Certificate, Iowa State Public Record Offices, 1834-1900 via Archives.com
  13. Marriage Certificate, Cerro Gordo County marriage records, Vol. 1, p.6
  14. Edson Family Association & Edson Genealogical Association, The Edsonian, Vol. 52, #3, Fall, 2000, p.37
  15. Civil War Draft Registrations Records, 1863-1865 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2010. Original data: Consolidated Lists of Civil War Draft Registrations, 1863-1865. NM-65, entry 172, 620 volumes. Records of the Provost Marshal General’s Bureau (Civil War), Record Group 110. National Archives, Washington D.C., Gardner M. Edson, Fifth Congressional District, Iowa
  16. Gardner M. Edson, 1866, District 4 Monthly and Special lists, November 1865
  17. Gardner M. Edson, 1866, District 4 Annual List
  18. Newspaper, Holt County Sentinel, Oregon, Missouri, p.3
  19. 1870 Federal Census
  20. Edson, "Verboden", Letter, Ed Edson to George Burr, 1 November 1940
  21. Online Record:
  22. Edson, "Verboden", Letter, Ed Edson to George Burr, 19 Jan 1941
  23. 1875 Kansas State Census, G.M. Edson
  24. 1850 Federal Census, Smith County, Kansas population schedule, Centre Township, Enumeration District 310, sheet 19, dwelling 80, family 83, National Archives micropublication T9-397 (Gardner M. Edson household).
  25. 1850 Federal Census, Smith, Kansas; Archive Collection Number: T1130; Roll 35; Page: 19; Line: 5; Agriculture Schedule.
  26. William G. Cutler, History of Kansas, 1883
  27. 1850 Federal Census, Smith County, Kansas population schedule, Centre Township, Enumeration District 310, sheet 19, dwelling 80, family 83, National Archives micropublication T9-397 (Gardner Edson houshold).
  28. 1880 Fed'l Census, Agriculture, Smith County, Kansas, Film T1130, Roll 35, Page 19, Line 5, Gardner Edson
  29. 1900 Federal Census, Edward Edson
  30. Edson, "Verboden", /miscellaneous/42-11-30 Ed Autobiography#1.tif
  31. Smith County Kansas Pioneer, October 28, 1881, Volume X, Number 2
  32. Kansas Free Press, 28 October 1881, vol. 3, No. 5
  33. Sarah Steward Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, Tombstone Inscriptions, Smith County, KS: Vol. 2 - Center Township Fairview Cemetery, p. 26

Mary Ellen Gillespie

Mary Ellen Gillespie
F, #178, Deceased, b. 27 March 1838, d. 29 January 1935


Pedigree and Children

Parents

FatherCharles G. Gillespie (1814-1903)
MotherMaria Lutz (1815-1904)


Family: Gardner Martin Edson (1827-1881)

SonEdward Edson + (1860-1944)
DaughterJessie Edson + (1861-1905)


Relationships4th great-grandmother of Cecily Jane Jacobs


Biography

Birth27 March 1838Mary Ellen Gillespie was born on 27 March 1838 in Ohio.1
Residence1840She lived in Jackson, Wayne County, Ohio, in 1840.2
Residence4 October 1850On 4 October 1850 she was living in Guilford, Medina County, Ohio.3
Residence1856She lived in Taylor Township, Benton County, Iowa, in 1856.4
Marriage10 March 1859Gardner Martin Edson and she were married on 10 March 1859 in Cerro Gordo County, Iowa. "The first marriage in the township, tradition claims, was that of a man by the name of Edson who was united to Miss Gillespie, during the year 1859. They have since that event left the county." -- 1884 History of Kossuth, Hancock and Winnebago Counties, Iowa. However, the original marriage record gives the location of the marriage as Cerro Gordo County.5,6,7,8,9
Name-MarriedHer married name was Mary Ellen Edson.
Residence (fam)20 July 1860Gardner Martin Edson and she lived in Madison Township on 20 July 1860.5
Mother30 August 1860Mary was 22 when her son Edward was born in Elk Grove on 30 August 1860.10
Residence7 June 1870She resided in Lewis Township, Holt County, Missouri, on 7 June 1870.11
Residence (fam)between 1871 and 1872Gardner Martin Edson and she lived in Sabetha, Kansas, between 1871 and 1872. The Edson family settled briefly in Sabetha, Kansas between 1871 and 1874, but long enough to help organize the library association. A note lists G. M. Edson: "Sabetha Library Association — In 1871, this association was organized, with S.W. Brooke, President; Emma Brady, Secretary. Its membership included, among others, J.T. Brady, G.M. Edson, Mr. and Mrs. Prof. Philbrook, H. Tarr, Samuel Slosson and D.L. Gebhart. About twenty books were donated and purchased as the nucleus to a library. Until 1879, no changes were made regarding the method of conducting the association. Its only income was the yearly fees and fines imposed. On January 1 of that year, the society was incorporated under the laws of the State, with a capital stock of $1,000, divided into shares of $10 each. The Board of Directors in 1883 were: I.F. Collins, G.C. McGuire, C.L. Sherwood, J. F. Clough, and H. Tarr. Its executive officers were: R.C. Bassett, President: H. Tarr, Secretary: and C.L. Sherwood, Librarian and Treasurer. The library, which occupied a part of Sherwood & Marshall’s drug store, consisted of 650 volumes in all departments of literature. Their use was free to its stockholders, but a yearly fee of $2.00 was charged to all others."12,13
Anecdote (fam)about 1874The Edsons acquired land in Smith County, Kansas, about 1874.14
Residence (fam)from 1875 to 1881Gardner Martin Edson and she lived in Smith Center, Smith County, Kansas, from 1875 to 1881. In 1880 the town was also called Centre Township15,16
Widow20 October 1881She was widowed by Gardner Martin Edson's death of of a suspected laudanum overdose at Kansas Central Hotel in Smith Center on 20 October 1881. According to the Kansas Free Press, he had been suffering from epilepsy for some years.17,10,18,19,20
Propertyfrom 1882 to 1886From 1882 to 1886 Mary Ellen Gillespie sold off the family land holdings in Smith County, Kansas. Her brother-in-law, David Clark, was given a power of attorney and managed the sales for her.14
Residence22 June 1885She lived in Saratoga Precinct, Holt County, Nebraska, on 22 June 1885. she was keeping house for her father, both temporarily away from their spouses.21
Residence1889She lived in Whatcom County in 1889.22
Residencefrom 1889 to 1900She lived in Lynden from 1889 to 1900.23,24
Residencefrom 21 April 1910 to 1871Mary Ellen Gillespie was living with her sister, Theresa Gillespie Mitchel in Portland, Oregon. She is listed as the widow of Martin Edson.25,26
Residence3 January 1920She lived at 1601 I Street in Bellingham on 3 January 1920.27
Residence11 April 1930The census shows that she was back in Lynden on 11 April 1930.28,29
Death29 January 1935She died in Lynden on 29 January 1935 at age 96.29,10
Charts and other referencesEdson Descendancy Chart

Citations

  1. One World Tree, Lawson Family Tree
  2. 1840 Federal Census, (Charles Gillespie)
  3. 1850 Federal Census, Place: Wayne, Stephenson, Illinois; Roll: M432_129; Page: 342A; Image: 300
  4. 1856 Iowa State Census
  5. 1860 Federal Census, Place: Madison, Hancock, Iowa; Roll: M653_323; Page: 609; Family History Library Film: 803323
  6. Edson Family Association & Edson Genealogical Association, The Edsonian
  7. History of Kossuth, Hancock and Winnebago Counties, Iowa, p. 696
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Julius David Jasper

M, #180, Deceased, b. 14 December 1924, d. 4 December 2000


Pedigree and Children

Parents

FatherMax Jasper (1885-1964)
MotherLillie Hershkowitz (1896-)






Biography

Birth14 December 1924Julius David Jasper was born on 14 December 1924 in Yonkers, New York.1,2
Residencefrom 1930 to 1942He lived at 65 Beaumont Street in Brooklyn from 1930 to 1942.3
Military29 June 1943He served on 29 June 1943. U.S. Navy4
Military2 February 1946He served on 2 February 1946.4
Graduation1948He graduated in 1948 at the University of Tennessee Medical School in Knoxville, Tennessee, having earned an M.D.
Marriage11 June 1950He and Lois May Guterman were married on 11 June 1950.1
Military1 November 1950He served as a combat physician in Korea with the 3rd Infantry Division, beginning on 1 November 1950.5,4
Military31 October 1952He was discharged from the Army on 31 October 1952.4
Occupationfrom 1952 to 1998From 1952 to 1998 he was a physician practicing internal medicine in Mount Vernon, New York.5
Death4 December 2000He died on 4 December 2000 at age 75 in Fairfax, Virginia.6,7,8
Charts and other referencesEisenberg Descendancy Chart; Kuperman Descendancy Chart

Citations

  1. Hannah Guterman's holograph notebook
  2. E-mail message, Gabriel Jasper to RCJ, 31 July 2009
  3. World War II Draft Registration Card, Max Jasper
  4. , Julius D. Jasper
  5. New York Times, Obituary, 12/6/2000
  6. New York Jewish News, New York Jewish News obituary, 6 Dec 2000
  7. Social Security Death Index
  8. Virginia Deaths, 1912-2014, Accessed on Ancestry.com, 19 Feb 2019; no certficate number