Christian Castleman1

M, #4561, b. 6 March 1755, d. 10 August 1809
FatherWilliam Casselman b. 19 Jul 1711, d. a 1760
MotherAnna Margaret Empey b. c 1725
Name Variation  Christian Castleman was also known as Christian Castleman. 
Birth*6 March 1755 He was born on 6 March 1755 at Stone Arabia, Montgomery County, New York.2,3 
Marriage*circa 1780 He married Elizabeth Becker circa 1780.1 
Death*10 August 1809 Christian Castleman died on 10 August 1809 at Osnabruck, Stormont County, Ontario, Canada, at age 54.4 
BaptismLDS*17 January 1942 He was baptized (by proxy) on 17 January 1942. 

Family

Elizabeth Becker b. 10 Jul 1759, d. 12 Aug 1806
Child

Citations

  1. [S28] Information from Doug Lince given to Belva Perry of the Maybee Society in 1967. Family Info: Maybee/Rufus/Lince/Fitzgerald, Compiler was.
  2. [S37] RootsWeb from Lynn Erb , 29 Aug 2000.
  3. [S38] International Genealogical Index Online (IGI), Source Call No 1235252.
  4. [S1] Ancestry.com, Public Member Trees, Kerry Bate PAF.

Elizabeth Becker1

F, #4562, b. 10 July 1759, d. 12 August 1806
Married Name Her married name was Castleman. 
Birth*10 July 1759 Elizabeth Becker was born on 10 July 1759.2 
Marriage*circa 1780 She married Christian Castleman, son of William Casselman and Anna Margaret Empey, circa 1780.1 
Death*12 August 1806 Elizabeth Becker died on 12 August 1806 at Osnabruck, Stormont County, Ontario, Canada, at age 47.2 

Family

Christian Castleman b. 6 Mar 1755, d. 10 Aug 1809
Child

Citations

  1. [S28] Information from Doug Lince given to Belva Perry of the Maybee Society in 1967. Family Info: Maybee/Rufus/Lince/Fitzgerald, Compiler was.
  2. [S1] Ancestry.com, Public Member Trees, Kerry Bate PAF.

William Casselman1

M, #4563, b. 19 July 1711, d. after 1760
FatherHans Dietrich Casselman2 b. 13 Nov 1662, d. 1744
MotherAnna Rinder2 b. 1662, d. 1717
Birth*19 July 1711 William Casselman was born on 19 July 1711 at Stone Arabia, Montgomery County, New York.2 
Marriage*1735 He married Margaretha Saltsmann in 1735 at Stone Arabia, Montgomery County, New York.2 
Marriage1752 William Casselman married Anna Margaret Empey, daughter of Johannes Empey and Elizabeth Snell, in 1752 at Saint Johnsville, Montgomery County, New York.1,3 
Death*after 1760 William Casselman died after 1760. 
BaptismLDS*13 April 1994 He was baptized (by proxy) on 13 April 1994. 

Family 1

Margaretha Saltsmann b. 1714, d. 1750

Family 2

Anna Margaret Empey b. c 1725
Child

Citations

  1. [S28] Information from Doug Lince given to Belva Perry of the Maybee Society in 1967. Family Info: Maybee/Rufus/Lince/Fitzgerald, Compiler was.
  2. [S283] Letter, Joyanna Hoff Carlton to Maybee Society.
  3. [S38] International Genealogical Index Online (IGI).

Anna Margaret Empey1

F, #4564, b. circa 1725
FatherJohannes Empey b. 11 Oct 1702, d. 1777
MotherElizabeth Snell2 b. 1704, d. 1800
Name Variation  Anna Margaret Empey was also known as Anna Eva. 
Name Variation  Anna Margaret Empey was also known as Empie. 
Married Name Her married name was Casselman. 
Birth*circa 1725 She was born circa 1725. 
Marriage*1752 She married William Casselman, son of Hans Dietrich Casselman and Anna Rinder, in 1752 at Saint Johnsville, Montgomery County, New York.1,2 

Family

William Casselman b. 19 Jul 1711, d. a 1760
Child

Citations

  1. [S28] Information from Doug Lince given to Belva Perry of the Maybee Society in 1967. Family Info: Maybee/Rufus/Lince/Fitzgerald, Compiler was.
  2. [S38] International Genealogical Index Online (IGI).

John Lince1

M, #4565, b. 8 September 1813, d. 13 June 1895
FatherBartholomew Lince b. 25 Dec 1784, d. b 1851
MotherNancy Castleman b. 29 Feb 1788, d. bt 1851 - 1861
Attributes* John Lince was He Was 6'4' of 6'6' according to Tradition.2 
Birth*8 September 1813 He was born on 8 September 1813 at Lower Canada (now Quebec), Canada.1 
Marriage*6 May 1840 He married Permilla Smith on 6 May 1840 at Ontario, Canada.3 
Census*1880 John Lince and Permilla Smith appeared on the census of 1880 at Argyle Township, Sanilac County, Michigan.
John Lince, Self, M, Male, W, 67, Can, Farmer, Atlantic Ocean, Ger
Permilla Lince, Wife, M, Female, W, 56, Can, Keeping House, Can, Ger
Lyman R. G. Lince, Son, S, Male, W, 19, Can, Farm Laborer, Can, Can
James A. C. Lince, Son, S, Male, W, 17, Can, Farm Laborer, Can, Can
Lavina J. Lince, Dau, S, Female, W, 14, Can, At Home, Can, Can
John F. Russell, Gson, S, Male, W, 9, Can, Can, Can
Permilla G. Russell, Gdau, S, Female, W, 6, Mi, Can, Can
George W. Russell, Gson, S, Male, W, 3, Mi, Can, Can.4 
Death*13 June 1895 John Lince died on 13 June 1895 at Argyle Township, Sanilac County, Michigan, at age 81.1 
BaptismLDS*9 August 1994 He was baptized (by proxy) on 9 August 1994.3 

Family

Permilla Smith b. c 1820

Citations

  1. [S28] Information from Doug Lince given to Belva Perry of the Maybee Society in 1967. Family Info: Maybee/Rufus/Lince/Fitzgerald, Compiler was.
  2. [S108] Records from Kym Hartwig Lewis, Butte, Montana: Letter From Doug Lince Jul 28 1986.
  3. [S37] RootsWeb from Lynn Erb , 29 Aug 2000.
  4. [S52] 1880 United States Census, online ancestry.com, Argyle, Sanilac, Michigan, Family History Library Film, 1254605, NA Film Number, T9-0605, Page Number, 11b.

Sarah H. Mabey

F, #4566, b. 16 September 1833, d. 8 March 1855
FatherWilliam N. Mabey1 b. b 23 Apr 1798, d. 14 Jun 1860
MotherHannah Mackey1 b. 8 May 1809, d. 6 May 1898
Married Name Her married name was Losee.2 
Name Variation  Sarah H. Mabey was also known as Anna A. 
Birth*16 September 1833 She was born on 16 September 1833 at New York.1,3 
(Witness) Census1840 Sarah H. Mabey appeared on the census of 1840 in the household of William N. Mabey and Hannah Mackey at Rensselaerville, Albany County, New York,
; William Mabey, one man 40-50, one woman 30-40, one girl 5-10, one girl under 5, and one woman 60-70.4 
(Witness) Census31 July 1850 Sarah H. Mabey appeared on the census of 31 July 1850 in the household of William N. Mabey and Hannah Mackey at Rensselaerville, Albany County, New York,
; William Maybee, 53, M, Farmer, NY, $2800
Hannah Maybee, 41, F, NY
Sarah Maybee, 16, F, NY.5 
Marriage* Sarah H. Mabey married Aaron H. Losee.2 
Death*8 March 1855 Sarah H. Mabey died on 8 March 1855 at age 21.6 
Burial* She was buried at Medusa Cemetery, Medusa, Albany County, New York. Inscription "Sarah H. Mabey d. 8 Mar 1855 , age 21y 5m 22d, wife of Aaron H. Losee."7 

Family

Aaron H. Losee b. s 1830

Citations

  1. [S22] Steve Mabie, Mabie/Maybee/Mabee/Mabey Family Records, online http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~smabie/, 1850 Census.
  2. [S331] Submission by Kenneth Edward Mabey, Maybee Society Member., her tombstone.
  3. [S331] Submission by Kenneth Edward Mabey, Maybee Society Member., died age 21y 5m 22d.
  4. [S22] Steve Mabie, Mabie/Maybee/Mabee/Mabey Family Records, online http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~smabie/, 1840 Census.
  5. [S71] 1850 United States Census, online ancestry.com, Rensselaerville, Albany, New York; Roll M432_473; Page: 354B; Image: 164.
  6. [S331] Submission by Kenneth Edward Mabey, Maybee Society Member.
  7. [S331] Submission by Kenneth Edward Mabey, Maybee Society Member., tombstone.

Sarah Ardiel1

F, #4567, b. 27 December 1812, d. 22 November 1899
Religion*  Sarah Ardiel was Baptist.2 
Married Name Her married name was Lince. 
Birth*27 December 1812 She was born on 27 December 1812 at Ireland.1 
Marriage*14 November 1833 She married William Frederick Thomas Lince, son of Bartholomew Lince and Nancy Castleman, on 14 November 1833 at Brockville, Leeds County, Ontario, Canada.3 
Num Child* Sarah Ardiel and William Frederick Thomas Lince had the following children: eleven. 
Death*22 November 1899 Sarah Ardiel died on 22 November 1899 at West Nissouri Township, Middlesex County, Ontario, Canada, at age 86.1 
Burial* She was buried at Viking Cemetery, Ontario, Canada.1 

Family

William Frederick Thomas Lince b. 27 Feb 1811, d. 8 Sep 1899

Citations

  1. [S28] Information from Doug Lince given to Belva Perry of the Maybee Society in 1967. Family Info: Maybee/Rufus/Lince/Fitzgerald, Compiler was.
  2. [S108] Records from Kym Hartwig Lewis, Butte, Montana: From Elmer Doug Lince - husband's obituary.
  3. [S37] RootsWeb from Lynn Erb , 29 Aug 2000.

William Frederick Thomas Lince1

M, #4568, b. 27 February 1811, d. 8 September 1899
FatherBartholomew Lince b. 25 Dec 1784, d. b 1851
MotherNancy Castleman b. 29 Feb 1788, d. bt 1851 - 1861
Info* Information on him came from Doug Lince and William's obit, Written By his son, James 1851,1861 Census, Death Certificate, Land Records to early Maybee Society records.2 
Birth*27 February 1811 William Frederick Thomas Lince was born on 27 February 1811 at Brockville, Leeds County, Ontario, Canada.1 
Marriage*14 November 1833 He married Sarah Ardiel on 14 November 1833 at Brockville, Leeds County, Ontario, Canada.3 
Num Child* William Frederick Thomas Lince and Sarah Ardiel had the following children: eleven. 
Death*8 September 1899 William Frederick Thomas Lince died on 8 September 1899 at At Home, Nissouri Township, Middlesex County, Ontario, Canada, at age 88.1 
Burial* He was buried at Vining Cemetery, Ontario, Canada.1 
BaptismLDS*9 August 1994 He was baptized (by proxy) on 9 August 1994.3 

Family

Sarah Ardiel b. 27 Dec 1812, d. 22 Nov 1899

Citations

  1. [S28] Information from Doug Lince given to Belva Perry of the Maybee Society in 1967. Family Info: Maybee/Rufus/Lince/Fitzgerald, Compiler was.
  2. [S108] Records from Kym Hartwig Lewis, Butte, Montana.
  3. [S37] RootsWeb from Lynn Erb , 29 Aug 2000.

Bartholomew Presley1

M, #4569, b. 8 October 1835, d. 7 October 1909
FatherJames Presley b. 15 Feb 1796, d. 22 Apr 1854
MotherAnn Lince b. 27 Mar 1809, d. 29 Apr 1871
Info* Information on him came from E. Doug Lince. to early Maybee Society records.2 
Birth*8 October 1835 Bartholomew Presley was born on 8 October 1835 at Kent County, Ontario, Canada.3 
Marriage*15 February 1862 He married Ann Thornton on 15 February 1862 at Oxford County, Ontario, Canada.4 
Census*1881 Bartholomew Presley and Ann Thornton appeared on the census of 1881 at Nissouri East Township, Middlesex County, Ontario, Canada.
Bartholomeu Presley, M, Male, German, 45, Ontario, Farmer, E. Methodist
Ann Presley, M, Female, German, 42, Ontario, E. Methodist
Armenia A. Presley, Female, German, 16, Ontario, E. Methodist
Evanjilene Jane Presley, Female, German, 11, Ontario, E. Methodist
Richard B. Presley, Male, German, 8, Ontario, E. Methodist
Victoria A. Presley, Female, German, 6, Ontario, E. Methodist.5 
Death*7 October 1909 Bartholomew Presley died on 7 October 1909 at East Nissouri Township, Oxford County, Ontario, Canada, at age 73.3 
Burial* He was buried at Kintore Methodist Cemetery, East Nissouri Township, Oxford County, Ontario, Canada.1,6 

Family

Ann Thornton b. bt 1837 - 1838, d. 23 Oct 1916
Children

Citations

  1. [S28] Information from Doug Lince given to Belva Perry of the Maybee Society in 1967. Family Info: Maybee/Rufus/Lince/Fitzgerald, Compiler was.
  2. [S108] Records from Kym Hartwig Lewis, Butte, Montana.
  3. [S1] Ancestry.com, Ontario, Canada Deaths, 1869-1934.
  4. [S38] International Genealogical Index Online (IGI), Batch #: 8530931, Sheet #: 36, Film #: 1396127, Family Group Sheet Submitted by member.
  5. [S38] International Genealogical Index Online (IGI), 1881 Canadian census, Nissouri East, Oxford North, Ontario, Family History Library Film 1375903, NA Film Number C-13267, District 166, Sub-district a, Division 1, Page Number 33, Household Number 161.
  6. [S36] Rosemary Benson, "Presley Genealogy," e-mail to John MayBee, 9 Oct 2000-12 Oct 2000, West Nissouri Twp. cemetery records, in Section A, Row A1.

William Presley1

M, #4570, b. between 1835 and 1836, d. 22 December 1866
FatherJames Presley b. 15 Feb 1796, d. 22 Apr 1854
MotherAnn Lince b. 27 Mar 1809, d. 29 Apr 1871
Birth*between 1835 and 1836 William Presley was born between 1835 and 1836 at Ontario, Canada.2 
Marriage*circa 1850 He married Malinda Purdy circa 1850.1 
Marriagecirca 1860 William Presley married Margaret Bowers circa 1860.1 
Death*22 December 1866 William Presley died on 22 December 1866.3 
Burial* He was buried at Kintore Methodist Cemetery, East Nissouri Township, Oxford County, Ontario, Canada.3 

Family

Malinda Purdy b. Oct 1830, d. 22 Dec 1866
Child

Citations

  1. [S28] Information from Doug Lince given to Belva Perry of the Maybee Society in 1967. Family Info: Maybee/Rufus/Lince/Fitzgerald, Compiler was.
  2. [S36] Rosemary Benson, "Presley Genealogy," e-mail to John MayBee, 9 Oct 2000-12 Oct 2000, 1851 census of Oxford County, Nissouri East. William 16, born Canada.
  3. [S40] GEDCOM from Rosmary Benson on Presley line.

Ann Thornton1

F, #4571, b. between 1837 and 1838, d. 23 October 1916
Married Name Her married name was Presley. 
Birth*between 1837 and 1838 Ann Thornton was born between 1837 and 1838 at Kintore, Oxford County, Ontario, Canada.2 
Marriage*15 February 1862 She married Bartholomew Presley, son of James Presley and Ann Lince, on 15 February 1862 at Oxford County, Ontario, Canada.3 
Census*1881 Ann Thornton and Bartholomew Presley appeared on the census of 1881 at Nissouri East Township, Middlesex County, Ontario, Canada.
Bartholomeu Presley, M, Male, German, 45, Ontario, Farmer, E. Methodist
Ann Presley, M, Female, German, 42, Ontario, E. Methodist
Armenia A. Presley, Female, German, 16, Ontario, E. Methodist
Evanjilene Jane Presley, Female, German, 11, Ontario, E. Methodist
Richard B. Presley, Male, German, 8, Ontario, E. Methodist
Victoria A. Presley, Female, German, 6, Ontario, E. Methodist.4 
Death*23 October 1916 Ann Thornton died on 23 October 1916 at Blanchard, Perth County, Ontario, Canada.5 
Burial* She was buried at Kintore Cemetery, Kintore, Oxford County, Ontario, Canada.1,6 

Family

Bartholomew Presley b. 8 Oct 1835, d. 7 Oct 1909
Children

Citations

  1. [S28] Information from Doug Lince given to Belva Perry of the Maybee Society in 1967. Family Info: Maybee/Rufus/Lince/Fitzgerald, Compiler was.
  2. [S36] Rosemary Benson, "Presley Genealogy," e-mail to John MayBee, 9 Oct 2000-12 Oct 2000, West Nissouri Twp. cemetery records, died age 78.
  3. [S38] International Genealogical Index Online (IGI), Batch #: 8530931, Sheet #: 36, Film #: 1396127, Family Group Sheet Submitted by member.
  4. [S38] International Genealogical Index Online (IGI), 1881 Canadian census, Nissouri East, Oxford North, Ontario, Family History Library Film 1375903, NA Film Number C-13267, District 166, Sub-district a, Division 1, Page Number 33, Household Number 161.
  5. [S1] Ancestry.com, Ontario, Canada Deaths, 1869-1934.
  6. [S36] Rosemary Benson, "Presley Genealogy," e-mail to John MayBee, 9 Oct 2000-12 Oct 2000, West Nissouri Twp. cemetery records, in Section A, Row A1.

John Presley1

M, #4572, b. September 1838, d. November 1848
FatherJames Presley b. 15 Feb 1796, d. 22 Apr 1854
MotherAnn Lince b. 27 Mar 1809, d. 29 Apr 1871
Birth*September 1838 John Presley was born in September 1838.2 
Death*November 1848 He died in November 1848 at Canada at age 10.1,3 
Burial* He was buried at Kintore Cemetery, Kintore, Oxford County, Ontario, Canada.2 

Citations

  1. [S28] Information from Doug Lince given to Belva Perry of the Maybee Society in 1967. Family Info: Maybee/Rufus/Lince/Fitzgerald, Compiler was.
  2. [S36] Rosemary Benson, "Presley Genealogy," e-mail to John MayBee, 9 Oct 2000-12 Oct 2000, West Nissouri Twp. cemetery records, in Section A, Row A1.
  3. [S36] Rosemary Benson, "Presley Genealogy," e-mail to John MayBee, 9 Oct 2000-12 Oct 2000, West Nissouri Twp. cemetery records, died age 10 yrs, 2 months, 6 days.

Malinda Purdy1,2

F, #4573, b. October 1830, d. 22 December 1866
Married Name Her married name was Presley. 
Name Variation  Malinda Purdy was also known as Amanda Hopkins.3 
Birth*October 1830 She was born in October 1830.4 
Marriage*circa 1850 She married William Presley, son of James Presley and Ann Lince, circa 1850.5 
Death*22 December 1866 Malinda Purdy died on 22 December 1866 at age 36.4 
Burial* She was buried at Kintore Methodist Cemetery, East Nissouri Township, Oxford County, Ontario, Canada.6 

Family

William Presley b. bt 1835 - 1836, d. 22 Dec 1866
Child

Citations

  1. [S28] Information from Doug Lince given to Belva Perry of the Maybee Society in 1967. Family Info: Maybee/Rufus/Lince/Fitzgerald, Compiler was: Her surname is written ?Purdy.
  2. [S36] Rosemary Benson, "Presley Genealogy," e-mail to John MayBee, 9 Oct 2000-12 Oct 2000, West Nissouri Twp. cemetery records.
  3. [S40] GEDCOM from Rosmary Benson on Presley line.
  4. [S36] Rosemary Benson, "Presley Genealogy," e-mail to John MayBee, 9 Oct 2000-12 Oct 2000, West Nissouri Twp. cemetery records, died age 36 years, 2 months.
  5. [S28] Information from Doug Lince given to Belva Perry of the Maybee Society in 1967. Family Info: Maybee/Rufus/Lince/Fitzgerald, Compiler was.
  6. [S36] Rosemary Benson, "Presley Genealogy," e-mail to John MayBee, 9 Oct 2000-12 Oct 2000, West Nissouri Twp. cemetery records, in Section A, Row A1.

Orlow William Maybee

M, #4574, b. 21 October 1876, d. 4 June 1914
FatherMilo Frederick Maybee b. bt 1844 - 1845
MotherMary Amanda Rufus b. 4 Nov 1850, d. 1 May 1925
Name Variation  Orlow William Maybee was also known as Orlow Billy. 
Nickname  Orlow William Maybee also went by the name of Billy. 
Birth*21 October 1876 He was born on 21 October 1876 at Granite Falls, Yellow Medicine County, Minnesota.1 
(Witness) Memo27 March 1881 He witnessed Milo Frederick Maybee and Mary Amanda Rufus Milo and his family were east of Yankton, when an ice dam broke and flooded the area they were in. Because of a warning from an Indian, they made it to the top of a bluff,with other settelers,and were spared, after the water went down, the survivors were taken to Yankton on 27 March 1881 at Yankton, South Dakota.2 
Occupation1898 Orlow William Maybee was a a teamster in 1898 at Devil's Lake, Ramsey County, North Dakota.1 
Milit-Beg*27 April 1898 He enlisted in the military on 27 April 1898 at Co D, First Regiment, North Dakota Voulnteers, Fargo, Cass County, North Dakota.1 
MilService*between 1898 and 1899 He was a veteran of the Spanish American War, serving in the Phillipines between 1898 and 1899.1 
Milit-End*22 September 1899 He was discharged from military service on 22 September 1899 at Presideo, San Francisco, San Francisco County, California.1 
Description*1899 He was described as five foot three and a half inches tall. Weight 135, with brown eyes and black hair. in 1899.1 
Residence*1904 He and Herbert David Maybee lived in 1904 at Wisdom, Beaverhead County, Montana, with Della Arminda Bain and John Wilbur Maybee; Bert and Billy lived with thier Brother John and his wife Della. Times evidentally were hard and the boys were looking for work and taking day jobs.3 
Marriage*14 June 1908 Orlow William Maybee married Bessie York, daughter of John Backhouse York and Elizabeth Dyke, on 14 June 1908 at Wisdom, Beaverhead County, Montana.
"Witnesses were Bessie's brother-in-law and sister, Claude and Alice Schroeder."4,5 
Census*May 1910 Orlow William Maybee and Bessie York appeared on the census of May 1910 at Mussigbrod Ranch, Bowen, Beaverhead County, Montana.
Orlow D Maybee, Head, M, W, 30 M1, 1, Minnesota, New York, Canada, Ranch Laborer on Peter S Mussigbrod Hay Ranch
Bessie Maybee, Wife, F, W, 19, M1, 1 child born and living, Montana, England, England, none
Erich H. Maybee, Son, M, W, 11 months, S, Montana, Minnesota Montana, none
Robert Cairns, Step-father, M, W, 60, M,1, 10, Canada, Canada, Canada, immigrated in 1892, none
Mary A. Cairns, Mother, F, W, 50, M,2, 10, 4 children born and living, Canada, England, Ireland, immigrated in 1869, none.6 
Memo*1912 In 1912 Orlow William Maybee and Bessie York moved from Wisdom, MT to Mount Vernon, Skagit County, Washington.7 
Memo14 May 1914  On 14 May 1914 Orlow William Maybee and Bessie York sold Property to Chris J Aaberg, deed 96 DP 931 at Mount Vernon, Skagit County, Washington.8 
Memo*15 May 1914 Orlow William Maybee and Bessie York with Eric Herbert Maybee and Beulah Orlow Maybee left Mt Vernon, Washington to take herd of horses to Alaska gold fields via Jack Rabbit Trail on 15 May 1914.9 
Anecdote*22 May 1914 This family was admitted to Canada at the Port of Huntington, British Columbia on 22 May 1914:
O. B. Maybee, 35, M, Farmer, born in Minnesota, a US Citizen, traveling on Highway 68 from Mt. Hermon, Wash to Ft George. Has $1000.00 cash, 1 car of horses, effects $800.
Accompanied by:
Bessie Maybee, 24, F, Wife, born in Montana
Eric H. Maybee, 4, M, Son, born in Montana
Ethel C Maybee, 2, F, Daughter, born in Montana
Mrs Amanda Cairns, F, 64, Widowed Mother, born in Ontario, has $100 cash, traveling with son O. B. Maybee.10 
Death*4 June 1914 Orlow William Maybee died on 4 June 1914 at mile 87, four miles north of 83 Mile House, British Columbia, Canada, at age 37; Died between 2:30 -3:00 AM, of heart failure secondary to Asthma.11,9 
Burial*11 June 1914 He was buried on 11 June 1914 at Ashcroft, British Columbia, Canada. Inscription "Embalmed by Mr Leaman on 7 Jun 1914 in Clinton, BC."11,9 
Anecdote The Death of Orlow Billy Maybee
In 1914 Billy learned that horses were in demand in Alaska, so he sold his Mount Vernon property and on May 14th purchased a string of horses.
These are the entries in his journal for that trip:
May 15, 1914 - Mt. Vernon, Washington. Started out. Camped at Blanch flour place.
17 May 16 - Bee went after colts. Fixed and packed goods.
May 17 - Sunday. Fixed wagon and tent poles. Fred and Uncle Billie came over. All horses in good shape.
May 18 - Monday. Broke camp. Stopped north of Burlington for dinner. Camped at Samish Lake for night. Ethel and Eric happy as larks. Bad Spell.
May 19 - Camped at Bellingham. Good camp.
May 20 - Took horses, got them shod. Colts and Flossey going to pull out at noon. Camped at dry camp in Cane.
May 21 - Pull into Sumas. Put horses in barn for inspection. Must stay here 24 hours.
May 22 - Still in Sumas. More inspection. Passed inspection. Ship to Ashcroft loading car. Grama and Bessie loaded car. Pulled out at 10 o'clock.
May 23 - In car. Grama, Bessie and the babies in the car, all happy. Came up the famous Fraser River Valley. Fine scenery. Cut alfalfa 4 feet high on the railroad right of way.
May 24 - Still on the road. Landed in Ashcroft 8:40. Unloaded horses, slept in car. [Ashcroft was the beginning point on the trip to the gold fields in Barkerville. Inns and hotels on the way were called by the number of miles they were from Ashcroft or Lillooet, i.e. 70 Mile House, etc.]
May 25 - Bessie got men to unload wagon. Hard looking country. Sand hills, no feed. Bought hay at $30.00 per ton and everything accordingly. Hundreds of people going to famous Fort George Country. Am no better.
May 26 - Pulled north this morning. Sagebrush and cactus. No feed. 18 miles first day. Camped on upper Cache Creek. Good camp. Am steadily getting worse.
May 27 - Broke 8:30 o'clock. Snow squall at noon. G & B carried water for dinner. Made bad camp on Alkali Lake. Good feed. No water for 5 miles.
May 28 - Pulled out 7:30. Made north of Clinton for dinner. Gave outfit pull up long hill. Horses got away. Bee and Grandma looked until 11 o'clock at night. No get um. Am worse. Small chance. [The country between Ashcroft is all up hill and the hill north of Clinton is a 7-mile grade!]
May 29 - Young fellows brought in horses. Lay up on 46-mile Creek. Women washed. Bee pulled boys up hill. Am about the same.
May 30 - Broke camp at 8 o'clock. Camped at railroad camp for dinner. Left main road going to Horse Lake. About the same.
May 31 - Fine morning. Can see geese and ducks on lake. Noon camp on Green Lake. Pulled over summit to the Anderson Bros. Ranch. 3,800 altitude. Too high for me. Just about the end. Can't get to Horse Lake. Turn tail.
June 1st - Made back to Green Lake. Night Camp. Little better. Seems impossible to find creek or lake with fish in. All alkali and soda. Bad night. Awful pain. Short breath.
June 2nd - Late start 8:50. Alkali lake for dinner. Lost baby chair. Camped at 70 Mile for supper. Women gave Bee milk. Poor feed. Soda water
June 3rd - Broke camp 7:30. Cool day. 8 miles for dinner. Night camp at old 87. Fair water and feed.
June 4th - getting worse."
This was the last entry in his journal.
Forty years later, Bessie wrote this account to her grandchildren; "I was 26 years old when Billie's mother, Eric, Ethel and myself started to travel by teams and wagons to Alaska. They drove with a covered wagon and 2 teams of workhorses, etc. Bill was quite ill at the time, but he had a mind of his own, so here it was again. I was strong as an ox, thank God. I never was too tired to be a slave for my work with caring for horses, caring for wagons, cutting, gathering wood, etc., making camp, seeing (to) everything, wagon wheels greased and harnesses sewed and in shape, nursing a real sick man, caring for 2 children and doing cooking, seeing there was plenty food, water to be hauled in barrels.
The night your grandfather died we came to the first house, a ranger's cabin. It had food in cans and a spring where cold, clear water ran, pure and so good. So we decided to rest the horses and ourselves that night. Billie was so cheerful and the children were so pleased to see their daddy was so much better. And he held both in his arms and said his prayers every night with them. But this night we asked God to bless and keep us safe. In the night I would be so tired. After the day's ride, I would light lanterns to scare away wild animals. This night the horses were tied and one, a black horse we called Irish would whinny when he saw any shadows or if a bush cracked. So I stirred the fire and gave Billie his medicine and made him a hot cup of cocoa and told him I would sing him a lullaby. It was a lullaby I sang each night to little Eric and Ethel and even Grandma Maybee, when they were awake.
Billie said to me, "Honey, I don't know what I would do without you. I am terrible sorry we sold our place to come here in the wilderness. I've enjoyed it after being cooped in houses so much. But, I know now you're a sweet wife that no one would put up with me but you." He put his arms around me and kissed me and said, "Well, Bessie, we always be together and no one can ever take me away."
Oh! I said, You and I will just be sweethearts forever in our new home, it won't be too far from here". So I tucked him in, kissed him and told him, "Now I will tuck your favorite horse, Irish in, and see how the rest of our horses are". I went and when I came back he seemed to be asleep, but it seemed death lurked in there. I arose and walked to a big Morris chair we had for his bed and when I looked down he was gone. I don't know just how I felt; I had lost the person who meant more to me than my life. I knew I would not let him be buried where wild animals would howl and snarl and I made a wooden box and put a blanket and covered him. But I shaved and clothed him and put him to sleep in this rough made box and I took one horse of the team blindfolded the horse and awoke his mother and between her and I we straightened the trunks flat, loaded the home-made coffin and the children.
The children, being small, were told that Jesus had taken daddy home. (She goes on to tell how she felt and of the loneliness and difficulty in getting help. She hired Indians to help load his body into the wagon and they refused to take any money, saying they hoped she would have better luck in the future. They took him to Clinton to an undertaking parlor and from there to Ashcroft.)
We gave your grandpapa a beautiful funeral, a nice marker of bronze is at his heart."
Winter had come hard when, on November 27, Bessie and her party wintered the horses in a logging camp at Cheschewwella (about 52 miles from Spokane, Washington) and wired Billie's oldest brother to come to Spokane to help. Meanwhile Bessie worked as a pastry cook and bread maker at the Davenport Hotel in Spokane to support the family. They returned to the Big Hole Valley the next spring. 
BaptismLDS*12 June 1974 He was baptized (by proxy) on 12 June 1974. 

Family

Bessie York b. 5 Jun 1890, d. 13 Sep 1969
Children

Citations

  1. [S27] Orlow Billy Maybee's pension request and records from the US government.
  2. [S4] Files submitted to the Mayee Society: "Yankton, City with a past" family legends.
  3. [S4] Files submitted to the Mayee Society: from Della Bain's journal.
  4. [S45] Marriage Certificate: State of Montana, No. 1010.
  5. [S162] Letter,Bessie York Maybee Cruz to Belva Louise Maybee, 15 Jun 1958.
  6. [S84] U. S. Census of Montana for 1910, lines 76-78, sheet 2, ED 1, Beaverhead County.
  7. [S162] Letter,Bessie York Maybee Cruz to Belva Louise Maybee, 15 Dec 1958.
  8. [S165] Unpublished family history of Belva Louise Maybee Perry.
  9. [S163] "Journal of Orlow Billie Maybee,."
  10. [S1] Ancestry.com, Border Crossings: From U.S. to Canada, 1908-1935.
  11. [S162] Letter,Bessie York Maybee Cruz to Belva Louise Maybee, 1 Jun 1959.

William Fitzpatrick1

M, #4575, b. circa 1778, d. 31 October 1854
FatherPeter Fitzpatrick b. 1752, d. bt Aug 1812 - Sep 1812
MotherCatherine Warner b. 1752, d. 12 Apr 1834
Birth*circa 1778 William Fitzpatrick was born circa 1778 at Kayadaros Patent, Tryon County, New York.2 
Land5 May 1800  On 5 May 1800 at Cornwall, Stormont County, Ontario, Canada, William Fitzpatrick petitioned for land as son of Peter Fitzpatrick Senior who had served with the 2d Regiment York. He swore that he had not received any lands from the Crown. Petition was certified by J. S. French, J.P. After examination of the claim Chas Sherwood recommended he receive 200 acres, which was approved on 11 June 1800.3 
Land*June 1800  In June 1800 at Ontario, Canada, William Fitzpatrick was granted 200 acres of land as a son of a United Empire Loyalist.4 
Marriage*11 November 1804 He married Mary Castleman on 11 November 1804 at Trinity Church, Cornwall, Stormont County, Ontario, Canada.1 
MilService*1812 William Fitzpatrick was in the military, In the 1st Regiment, Glengarry Militia in 1812.5 
(Witness) Marriage2 April 1821 He witnessed the marriage of Richard Fitzpatrick and Anna Oberry on 2 April 1821 at Trinity Church, Cornwall, Stormont County, Ontario, Canada; Church entry reads "Richard Fitzpatrick of the Township of Charlottenburg, batchelor, farmer age 26 yr married by banns duly published with consent of parents Anna Oberry, of said Township, spinster age 20 Yr. Daughter of Edward Oberry, of Salmon River in the County of Dundee in the Province of Lower Canada this 2nd day of Apr 1821"
Witnesses were; William Fitzpatrick brother, William Oberry brother, Nicolas Farlinger; John Farlinger.6,7 
(Witness) Marriage27 March 1827 William Fitzpatrick witnessed the marriage of James Presley and Ann Lince on 27 March 1827 at Trinity Church, Cornwall, Stormont County, Ontario, Canada; the record says 'James Presley of the Township of Charlottenburg, farmer, bachelor age 27 years was married by banns, duly published and with the consent of her parents Ann Linse, daughter of Batholomew Linse of the Township of Williamsburg, spinster, aged 18 yrs on the 27 March 1827. Present were William Fitzpatrick and Hugh Ross.8,9
Occupation* William Fitzpatrick was a a farmer at Charlottenburg Township, Glengarry County, Ontario, Canada.10 
Death*31 October 1854 He died on 31 October 1854 at Tyotown, Glengarry County, Ontario, Canada.2 
Burial*3 November 1854 He was buried on 3 November 1854 at Trinity Church, Cornwall, Stormont County, Ontario, Canada.2 
BaptismLDS*5 February 2005 He was baptized (by proxy) on 5 February 2005. 

Family

Mary Castleman b. c 1788, d. 25 Sep 1866
Children

Citations

  1. [S28] Information from Doug Lince given to Belva Perry of the Maybee Society in 1967. Family Info: Maybee/Rufus/Lince/Fitzgerald, Compiler was.
  2. [S141] Descendants of Patrick Fitzpatrick, Sr, from records of George Mitchell, Ottawa.
  3. [S35] Robb email from Ruth and Paul Robins forwarded by Dee Rice, (September 18, 2000 12:39 AM): Upper Canada Land Petitions "F" Bundle 5, 1800-1801 RG 1 L3, Vol 186 (a) # 7.
  4. [S33] Dee Rice, "Fitzpatrick," e-mail to John MayBee, Peter Fitzpatrick #2, 31Aug2000, UEL Children's land.
  5. [S141] Descendants of Patrick Fitzpatrick, Sr.
  6. [S36] Rosemary Benson, "Presley Genealogy," e-mail to John MayBee, 9 Oct 2000-12 Oct 2000, handcopied records from the Trinity Anglican Church of Cornwall; age 20 in marriage record.
  7. [S141] Descendants of Patrick Fitzpatrick, Sr, for witnesses.
  8. [S36] Rosemary Benson, "Presley Genealogy," e-mail to John MayBee, 9 Oct 2000-12 Oct 2000, From the micro-film of The Trinity Church of Cornwall NA C-3028.
  9. [S38] International Genealogical Index Online (IGI), Batch #: 7521103, Sheet #: 80, Film #: 0884594, Family Group Sheet Submitted by member.
  10. [S36] Rosemary Benson, "Presley Genealogy," e-mail to John MayBee, 9 Oct 2000-12 Oct 2000, handcopied records from the Trinity Anglican Church of Cornwall; from children's baptismal entries.
  11. [S36] Rosemary Benson, "Presley Genealogy," e-mail to John MayBee, 9 Oct 2000-12 Oct 2000, handcopied records from the Trinity Anglican Church of Cornwall.
  12. [S33] Dee Rice, "Fitzpatrick," e-mail to John MayBee, MicroFilm NA C-3028, parish register of Trinity (Anglican Church, Glengarry (1803-1846).
  13. [S32] Loyalist Lineages of Canada, p374.

Hugh Fitzpatrick1

M, #4576, b. circa 1789, d. August 1812 or September 1812
FatherPeter Fitzpatrick b. 1752, d. bt Aug 1812 - Sep 1812
MotherCatherine Warner b. 1752, d. 12 Apr 1834
Birth*circa 1789 Hugh Fitzpatrick was born circa 1789 at Cornwall, Stormont County, Ontario, Canada.2,3 
Land*15 February 1811  On 15 February 1811 at Ontario, Canada, Hugh Fitzpatrick was granted 200 acres of land as a son of a United Empire Loyalist.4 
Death*August 1812 or September 1812 He died in August 1812 or September 1812 at York (now Toronto), Ontario, Canada; On active Military Service with 1st Regiment, Glengarry Militia.3 
BaptismLDS*5 February 2005 He was baptized (by proxy) on 5 February 2005. 

Citations

  1. [S28] Information from Doug Lince given to Belva Perry of the Maybee Society in 1967. Family Info: Maybee/Rufus/Lince/Fitzgerald, Compiler was.
  2. [S140] George D. Mitchell, "Loney Links."
  3. [S141] Descendants of Patrick Fitzpatrick, Sr.
  4. [S33] Dee Rice, "Fitzpatrick," e-mail to John MayBee, Peter Fitzpatrick #2, 31Aug2000, UEL Children's land.

Richard Fitzpatrick1

M, #4577, b. 29 March 1795, d. between 1832 and 1840
FatherPeter Fitzpatrick b. 1752, d. bt Aug 1812 - Sep 1812
MotherCatherine Warner b. 1752, d. 12 Apr 1834
Baptism*29 March 1795 Richard Fitzpatrick was baptized on 29 March 1795 at Cornwall, Stormont County, Ontario, Canada.2,3 
Residence*circa 1815 He lived circa 1815 at Charlottenburg, Glengarry County, Ontario, Canada.4 
Land*20 May 1817  On 20 May 1817 at Ontario, Canada, Richard Fitzpatrick was granted 200 acres of land as a son of a United Empire Loyalist.5 
Marriage*2 April 1821 He married Anna Oberry on 2 April 1821 at Trinity Church, Cornwall, Stormont County, Ontario, Canada.
"Church entry reads "Richard Fitzpatrick of the Township of Charlottenburg, batchelor, farmer age 26 yr married by banns duly published with consent of parents Anna Oberry, of said Township, spinster age 20 Yr. Daughter of Edward Oberry, of Salmon River in the County of Dundee in the Province of Lower Canada this 2nd day of Apr 1821"
Witnesses were; William Fitzpatrick brother, William Oberry brother, Nicolas Farlinger; John Farlinger."6,7 
(Godparent) Baptism15 June 1823 Richard Fitzpatrick was named Godfather to James Fitzpatrick at his baptism on 15 June 1823 at Trinity Church, Cornwall, Stormont County, Ontario, Canada; present were William Fitzpatrick father, Mary Fitzpatrick mother, John Faringer godfather, Richard Fitzpatrick godfather, Margaret Bruce godmother.8 
Death*between 1832 and 1840 Richard Fitzpatrick died between 1832 and 1840 at Salmon River, Dundee County, Lower Canada (now Quebec), Canada.3 
BaptismLDS*1 March 1990 He was baptized (by proxy) on 1 March 1990. 

Family

Anna Oberry b. bt 1800 - 1801
Children

Citations

  1. [S28] Information from Doug Lince given to Belva Perry of the Maybee Society in 1967. Family Info: Maybee/Rufus/Lince/Fitzgerald, Compiler was.
  2. [S140] George D. Mitchell, "Loney Links."
  3. [S141] Descendants of Patrick Fitzpatrick, Sr.
  4. [S108] Records from Kym Hartwig Lewis, Butte, Montana: From E. Doug Lince. From List of Loyalists Listed of Charlottenburg.
  5. [S33] Dee Rice, "Fitzpatrick," e-mail to John MayBee, Peter Fitzpatrick #2, 31Aug2000, UEL Children's land.
  6. [S36] Rosemary Benson, "Presley Genealogy," e-mail to John MayBee, 9 Oct 2000-12 Oct 2000, handcopied records from the Trinity Anglican Church of Cornwall; age 20 in marriage record.
  7. [S141] Descendants of Patrick Fitzpatrick, Sr, for witnesses.
  8. [S36] Rosemary Benson, "Presley Genealogy," e-mail to John MayBee, 9 Oct 2000-12 Oct 2000, handcopied records from the Trinity Anglican Church of Cornwall.
  9. [S141] Descendants of Patrick Fitzpatrick, Sr, Church Record on microfilm.

Mary Castleman1

F, #4578, b. circa 1788, d. 25 September 1866
Married Name Her married name was Fitzpatrick. 
Birth*circa 1788 Mary Castleman was born circa 1788 at Williamsburg Township, Dundas County, Ontario, Canada, daughter of Suffrenus Castleman, Jr and Mary Wessel.2,3 
Marriage11 November 1804 She married William Fitzpatrick, son of Peter Fitzpatrick and Catherine Warner, on 11 November 1804 at Trinity Church, Cornwall, Stormont County, Ontario, Canada.1 
Death*25 September 1866 Mary Castleman died on 25 September 1866 at Tyotown, Glengarry County, Ontario, Canada.4 

Family

William Fitzpatrick b. c 1778, d. 31 Oct 1854
Children

Citations

  1. [S28] Information from Doug Lince given to Belva Perry of the Maybee Society in 1967. Family Info: Maybee/Rufus/Lince/Fitzgerald, Compiler was.
  2. [S32] Loyalist Lineages of Canada, p374.
  3. [S141] Descendants of Patrick Fitzpatrick, Sr, from records of George Mitchell, Ottawa.
  4. [S141] Descendants of Patrick Fitzpatrick, Sr, supplied by George (Duff) Mitchell.
  5. [S141] Descendants of Patrick Fitzpatrick, Sr.
  6. [S36] Rosemary Benson, "Presley Genealogy," e-mail to John MayBee, 9 Oct 2000-12 Oct 2000, handcopied records from the Trinity Anglican Church of Cornwall.
  7. [S33] Dee Rice, "Fitzpatrick," e-mail to John MayBee, MicroFilm NA C-3028, parish register of Trinity (Anglican Church, Glengarry (1803-1846).

Catherine Lince1

F, #4579, b. 6 July 1807, d. 12 November 1889
FatherBartholomew Lince b. 25 Dec 1784, d. b 1851
MotherNancy Castleman b. 29 Feb 1788, d. bt 1851 - 1861
Married Name Her married name was Beckstead. 
Name Variation  Catherine Lince was also known as Lenss.1 
Birth*6 July 1807 She was born on 6 July 1807 at Elizabethtown, Dundas County, Ontario, Canada, Birthplace also Given as Williamsburg, Dundee (sic Dundas Co), Ontario And Brockville Leeds, Ontario.2 
Marriage*25 January 1823 She married Alexander Beckstead, son of Francis Beckstead and Margaret Barkley, on 25 January 1823 at Williamsburg, Dundas County, Ontario, Canada.1 
BaptismLDS1*18 June 1837 Catherine Lince baptized Catherine Lince a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on 18 June 1837.3 
Census*1880 Catherine Lince appeared on the census of 1880 at South Jordan, Salt Lake County, Utah.
Catherine Beckstead, Self, W, Female, W, 72, Can, Keeping House, Can, Can
David Louis, Other, S, Male, W, 84, Wal, Wal, Wal.4 
Death*12 November 1889 She died on 12 November 1889 at West Jordan, Salt Lake County, Utah, at age 82.1 
Burial* She was buried at South Jordan, Salt Lake County, Utah.3 
Anecdote*25 February 1991 Pioneer Immigrants to Utah Territory., Page: 000282
Name: Catherine Lince (lence) Beckstead
Gender: female
Birth Date: 06 Jul 1807
Birth Place: Williamsburg, Canada
Parent1: Bartholomew Lince
Parent2: Nancy Casselman
Spouse: Alexander Beckstead
Marriage Date: 25 Jan 1823
Marriage Place: Williamsburg, Canada
Departure Date: 30 Jun 1848 (Nauvoo 1846)
Departure Place: Council Bluffs, Iowa
Travel Company: Husband-Alexander Beckstead---Daughter-Harriet Vernisha--- Father in law-Francis Beckstead---Mother in law-& brothers and sister---Brothers in law who joined the Morman Battalion.
Party: Andrew Cunningham or Reddin Allred or Allen Taylor
Trail: Nauvoo, Council Bluffs, Iowa
Arrival Date: Sep 1849
Arrival Place: Salt Lake City
Religion: Morman baptized 1837
Place Settled: West Jordan, Ut. & South Jordan Ut.
Occupation: Home Maker
Death Date: 12 Nov 1889
Death Place: West Jordan, Utah
Burial Place: South Jordan, Utah
Sources: Records of son in law, Abraham Hunsaker. D. U. P. records submitted by Great Grand Daughter, Eliza Ann Beckstead Dally.
Sub Name: Farel Winward Rush
Sub Date: 25 Feb 1991. 

Family

Alexander Beckstead b. 16 Mar 1802, d. 25 Feb 1870

Citations

  1. [S28] Information from Doug Lince given to Belva Perry of the Maybee Society in 1967. Family Info: Maybee/Rufus/Lince/Fitzgerald, Compiler was.
  2. [S108] Records from Kym Hartwig Lewis, Butte, Montana: From Archive Shet sent in by Mrs. Veressa W. Packer. From E. Doug Lince.
  3. [S37] RootsWeb from Lynn Erb , 29 Aug 2000.
  4. [S52] 1880 United States Census, online ancestry.com, South Jordan, Salt Lake, Utah, Family History Library Film, 1255337, NA Film Number, T9-1337, Page Number, 293a.

Alexander Beckstead1

M, #4580, b. 16 March 1802, d. 25 February 1870
FatherFrancis Beckstead b. s 1770, d. 1841
MotherMargaret Barkley b. s 1775
Note*  Beckstead had additional polygamous LDS marriages.2 
Birth*16 March 1802 Alexander Beckstead was born on 16 March 1802 at Williamsburg, Dundas County, Ontario, Canada.3 
Birth16 March 1802 He was born on 16 March 1802 at Schoharie County, New York.1 
Marriage*25 January 1823 He married Catherine Lince, daughter of Bartholomew Lince and Nancy Castleman, on 25 January 1823 at Williamsburg, Dundas County, Ontario, Canada.1 
BaptismLDS1*1839 Alexander Beckstead baptized Alexander Beckstead a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in 1839.1 
Marriage18 November 1854 He married Kalziah Albine Petty on 18 November 1854. 
Marriage3 February 1856 Alexander Beckstead married Clarrisa Ann Gilson, daughter of John Gilson and Susannah Conklin, on 3 February 1856. 
Death*25 February 1870 Alexander Beckstead died on 25 February 1870 at West Jordan, Salt Lake County, Utah, at age 67.1 
Burial*28 February 1870 He was buried on 28 February 1870 at West Jordan Cemetery, Salt Lake County, Utah.2 
Anecdote*25 February 1991 Pioneer Immigrants to Utah Territory., Page: 000282
Name: Catherine Lince (lence) Beckstead
Gender: female
Birth Date: 06 Jul 1807
Birth Place: Williamsburg, Canada
Parent1: Bartholomew Lince
Parent2: Nancy Casselman
Spouse: Alexander Beckstead
Marriage Date: 25 Jan 1823
Marriage Place: Williamsburg, Canada
Departure Date: 30 Jun 1848 (Nauvoo 1846)
Departure Place: Council Bluffs, Iowa
Travel Company: Husband-Alexander Beckstead---Daughter-Harriet Vernisha--- Father in law-Francis Beckstead---Mother in law-& brothers and sister---Brothers in law who joined the Morman Battalion.
Party: Andrew Cunningham or Reddin Allred or Allen Taylor
Trail: Nauvoo, Council Bluffs, Iowa
Arrival Date: Sep 1849
Arrival Place: Salt Lake City
Religion: Morman baptized 1837
Place Settled: West Jordan, Ut. & South Jordan Ut.
Occupation: Home Maker
Death Date: 12 Nov 1889
Death Place: West Jordan, Utah
Burial Place: South Jordan, Utah
Sources: Records of son in law, Abraham Hunsaker. D. U. P. records submitted by Great Grand Daughter, Eliza Ann Beckstead Dally.
Sub Name: Farel Winward Rush
Sub Date: 25 Feb 1991. 

Family

Catherine Lince b. 6 Jul 1807, d. 12 Nov 1889

Citations

  1. [S28] Information from Doug Lince given to Belva Perry of the Maybee Society in 1967. Family Info: Maybee/Rufus/Lince/Fitzgerald, Compiler was.
  2. [S37] RootsWeb from Lynn Erb , 29 Aug 2000.
  3. [S37] RootsWeb from Lynn Erb , 29 Aug 2000, from book Descendents of John Beckstead.

Elizabeth Kemmer1

F, #4581, b. 1747
Married Name Her married name was Lince. 
Birth1747 Elizabeth Kemmer was born in 1747 at Zeitlofs, Germany.2 
Birth*1747 She was born in 1747 at Williamsburg, Dundas County, Ontario, Canada.3 
Marriage*before 1777 She married Frederich Wilhelm Lince before 1777 at Great Barrington, Maine.3 

Family

Frederich Wilhelm Lince b. 11 Apr 1747, d. a Nov 1832
Children

Citations

  1. [S28] Information from Doug Lince given to Belva Perry of the Maybee Society in 1967. Family Info: Maybee/Rufus/Lince/Fitzgerald, Compiler was.
  2. [S145] WorldConnect Post-em, John Merz <e-mail address> 28Apr2002.
  3. [S39] Lince Family.

Bartholomew Lince1

M, #4582, b. 15 May 1816, d. 10 December 1880
FatherBartholomew Lince b. 25 Dec 1784, d. b 1851
MotherNancy Castleman b. 29 Feb 1788, d. bt 1851 - 1861
Birth*15 May 1816 Bartholomew Lince was born on 15 May 1816 at Williamsburg, Dundas County, Ontario, Canada.2 
Marriage*17 December 1839 He married Catherine Smith on 17 December 1839 at Mapelton, Michigan.1 
Death*10 December 1880 Bartholomew Lince died on 10 December 1880 at age 64.1 
Burial* He was buried at Mapleton, Grand Traverse County, Michigan.1 
BaptismLDS*9 August 1994 He was baptized (by proxy) on 9 August 1994.1 

Family

Catherine Smith b. s 1820

Citations

  1. [S37] RootsWeb from Lynn Erb , 29 Aug 2000.
  2. [S39] Lince Family.

Edmund Edward Lince1

M, #4583, b. 1819, d. 1864
FatherBartholomew Lince b. 25 Dec 1784, d. b 1851
MotherNancy Castleman b. 29 Feb 1788, d. bt 1851 - 1861
Birth*1819 Edmund Edward Lince was born in 1819 at Ontario, Canada.1 
Marriage*7 October 1840 He married Eliza Pickard on 7 October 1840 at Ontario, Canada.1 
Death*1864 Edmund Edward Lince died in 1864 at Michigan.1 
BaptismLDS*9 August 1994 He was baptized (by proxy) on 9 August 1994.1 

Family

Eliza Pickard b. 1817

Citations

  1. [S37] RootsWeb from Lynn Erb , 29 Aug 2000.

Eliza Lince1

F, #4584, b. 1821, d. 1861
FatherBartholomew Lince b. 25 Dec 1784, d. b 1851
MotherNancy Castleman b. 29 Feb 1788, d. bt 1851 - 1861
Married Name Her married name was Pickard.1 
Birth*1821 Eliza Lince was born in 1821 at Williamsburg Township, Dundas County, Ontario, Canada.1 
Marriage*7 October 1840 She married Louis Pickard on 7 October 1840 at Ontario, Canada.1 
Death*1861 Eliza Lince died in 1861 at Ontario, Canada.2 
BaptismLDS*9 August 1994 She was baptized (by proxy) on 9 August 1994.1 

Family

Louis Pickard b. 1819, d. 20 Sep 1879

Citations

  1. [S37] RootsWeb from Lynn Erb , 29 Aug 2000.
  2. [S1] Ancestry.com, Public Member Trees, Dettmann Family Tree (Owner: scetchie).

Christian John Lince1

M, #4585, b. 1826, d. 15 May 1891
FatherBartholomew Lince b. 25 Dec 1784, d. b 1851
MotherNancy Castleman b. 29 Feb 1788, d. bt 1851 - 1861
Birth*1826 Christian John Lince was born in 1826 at Ontario, Canada.1 
Marriage*1851 He married Anna McKenzie in 1851 at Ontario, Canada.1 
Death*15 May 1891 Christian John Lince died on 15 May 1891.1 
Burial* He was buried at Deckerville, Sanilac County, Michigan.1 
BaptismLDS*9 August 1994 He was baptized (by proxy) on 9 August 1994.1 

Family

Anna McKenzie b. c 1830

Citations

  1. [S37] RootsWeb from Lynn Erb , 29 Aug 2000.

Mary Lince1

F, #4586, b. 1777
FatherFrederich Wilhelm Lince b. 11 Apr 1747, d. a Nov 1832
MotherElizabeth Kemmer b. 1747
Birth*1777 Mary Lince was born in 1777.1 

Citations

  1. [S37] RootsWeb from Lynn Erb , 29 Aug 2000.

Christian Lince1

M, #4587, b. 3 March 1780
FatherFrederich Wilhelm Lince b. 11 Apr 1747, d. a Nov 1832
MotherElizabeth Kemmer b. 1747
Birth*3 March 1780 Christian Lince was born on 3 March 1780 at Great Barrington, Massachusetts.1 
BaptismLDS*9 August 1994 He was baptized (by proxy) on 9 August 1994.1 

Citations

  1. [S37] RootsWeb from Lynn Erb , 29 Aug 2000.

John Christian Coonradt Lince1

M, #4588, b. 3 March 1780
FatherFrederich Wilhelm Lince b. 11 Apr 1747, d. a Nov 1832
MotherElizabeth Kemmer b. 1747
Birth*3 March 1780 John Christian Coonradt Lince was born on 3 March 1780 at Great Barrington, Massachusetts.1 
BaptismLDS*9 August 1994 He was baptized (by proxy) on 9 August 1994.2 

Citations

  1. [S239] Records of Rev. Gideon Bostwick, St. James Church of Great Barrington, Mass., Film Number US53384.
  2. [S37] RootsWeb from Lynn Erb , 29 Aug 2000.

Cromwell Lince1

M, #4589, b. 3 March 1780
FatherFrederich Wilhelm Lince b. 11 Apr 1747, d. a Nov 1832
MotherElizabeth Kemmer b. 1747
Birth*3 March 1780 Cromwell Lince was born on 3 March 1780 at Great Barrington, Massachusetts.1 
BaptismLDS*9 August 1994 He was baptized (by proxy) on 9 August 1994.1 

Citations

  1. [S37] RootsWeb from Lynn Erb , 29 Aug 2000.

Anthony Antoine Lince

M, #4590, b. 10 March 1783
FatherFrederich Wilhelm Lince b. 11 Apr 1747, d. a Nov 1832
MotherElizabeth Kemmer b. 1747
Birth*10 March 1783 Anthony Antoine Lince was born on 10 March 1783 at Great Barrington, Maine.1 
BaptismLDS*9 August 1994 He was baptized (by proxy) on 9 August 1994.2 

Citations

  1. [S39] Lince Family.
  2. [S37] RootsWeb from Lynn Erb , 29 Aug 2000.