Elizabeth Presley1

F, #4681, b. 1826
FatherGeorge Presley b. 13 Apr 1799, d. 25 Feb 1881
MotherOlive Cryderman b. 27 Jun 1796, d. 1 May 1886
Nickname  Elizabeth Presley also went by the name of Eliza.1 
Married Name Her married name was McCauley.1 
Birth*1826 She was born in 1826.1 

Citations

  1. [S40] GEDCOM from Rosmary Benson on Presley line.

Hiram Presley1

M, #4682, b. circa 1833
FatherJohn Presly b. 15 Sep 1793, d. 1856
MotherAlma Ramond b. Sep 1795
Birth*circa 1833 Hiram Presley was born circa 1833 at Jefferson County, New York, 17 in 1850 census in Clayton, Vermont.1 

Citations

  1. [S40] GEDCOM from Rosmary Benson on Presley line.

Hester Ann Presley1

F, #4683, b. circa 1835
FatherJohn Presly b. 15 Sep 1793, d. 1856
MotherAlma Ramond b. Sep 1795
Birth*circa 1835 Hester Ann Presley was born circa 1835 at Jefferson County, New York, 15 in 1850 census in Clayton, Vermont.1 

Citations

  1. [S40] GEDCOM from Rosmary Benson on Presley line.

Harriet J Presley1

F, #4684, b. circa 1839
FatherJohn Presly b. 15 Sep 1793, d. 1856
MotherAlma Ramond b. Sep 1795
Birth*circa 1839 Harriet J Presley was born circa 1839 at Jefferson County, New York, 11 in 1850 census in Clayton, Vermont.1 

Citations

  1. [S40] GEDCOM from Rosmary Benson on Presley line.

Richard Bartholomew Presley1

M, #4685, b. 28 August 1872, d. 1916
FatherBartholomew Presley b. 8 Oct 1835, d. 7 Oct 1909
MotherAnn Thornton b. bt 1837 - 1838, d. 23 Oct 1916
Birth*28 August 1872 Richard Bartholomew Presley was born on 28 August 1872 at Kintore, Oxford County, Ontario, Canada.1 
(Witness) Census1881 Richard Bartholomew Presley appeared on the census of 1881 in the household of Bartholomew Presley and Ann Thornton 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.2 
Marriage*15 November 1893 Richard Bartholomew Presley married an unknown person on 15 November 1893 at Kintore, Oxford County, Ontario, Canada.1 
Death*1916 He died in 1916.1 
Burial* He was buried at Kintore Methodist Cemetery, East Nissouri Township, Oxford County, Ontario, Canada.3 

Citations

  1. [S40] GEDCOM from Rosmary Benson on Presley line.
  2. [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.
  3. [S36] Rosemary Benson, "Presley Genealogy," e-mail to John MayBee, 9 Oct 2000-12 Oct 2000, West Nissouri Twp. cemetery records, Sectio0n A Row J.

Armenia Ann Presley1

F, #4686, b. 1864
FatherBartholomew Presley b. 8 Oct 1835, d. 7 Oct 1909
MotherAnn Thornton b. bt 1837 - 1838, d. 23 Oct 1916
Birth*1864 Armenia Ann Presley was born in 1864 at Kintore, Oxford County, Ontario, Canada.1 
(Witness) Census1881 Armenia Ann Presley appeared on the census of 1881 in the household of Bartholomew Presley and Ann Thornton 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.2 

Citations

  1. [S40] GEDCOM from Rosmary Benson on Presley line.
  2. [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.

Ester Victoria Adelaide Presley1

F, #4687, b. 1876
FatherBartholomew Presley b. 8 Oct 1835, d. 7 Oct 1909
MotherAnn Thornton b. bt 1837 - 1838, d. 23 Oct 1916
Name Variation  Ester Victoria Adelaide Presley was also known as Victoria A. 
Birth*1876 She was born in 1876 at Kintore, Oxford County, Ontario, Canada.1 
(Witness) Census1881 Ester Victoria Adelaide Presley appeared on the census of 1881 in the household of Bartholomew Presley and Ann Thornton 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.2 

Citations

  1. [S40] GEDCOM from Rosmary Benson on Presley line.
  2. [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.

Hanna M Presley1

F, #4688, b. 14 September 1855
FatherWilliam Presley1 b. bt 1835 - 1836, d. 22 Dec 1866
MotherMalinda Purdy b. Oct 1830, d. 22 Dec 1866
Married Name Her married name was Thornton.1 
Birth*14 September 1855 Hanna M Presley was born on 14 September 1855 at East Nissouri Township, Oxford County, Ontario, Canada.1 
Marriage*2 April 1873 She married an unknown person on 2 April 1873 at East Nissouri Township, Oxford County, Ontario, Canada.1 

Citations

  1. [S40] GEDCOM from Rosmary Benson on Presley line.

Evangeline Jane Presley1

F, #4689, b. 28 March 1862
FatherBartholomew Presley b. 8 Oct 1835, d. 7 Oct 1909
MotherAnn Thornton b. bt 1837 - 1838, d. 23 Oct 1916
Married Name Her married name was Switzer, married Albert Henry Switzer.1 
Birth*28 March 1862 Evangeline Jane Presley was born on 28 March 1862 at Kintore, Nissouri East Township, Oxford County, Ontario, Canada.1 
(Witness) Census1881 Evangeline Jane Presley appeared on the census of 1881 in the household of Bartholomew Presley and Ann Thornton 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.2 
Census*1911 Evangeline Jane Presley appeared on the census of 1911 at Blanchard, Perth County, Ontario, Canada.
8 Switzer Albert M Head M May 1869 42
9 Switzer Eva F Wife M Mar 1870 41
10 Switzer Neval M Son S Oct 1900 11
11 Switzer Alvin M Son S Jun 1905 6
12 Quick Arthur M L. S Dec 1885 25.3 

Citations

  1. [S40] GEDCOM from Rosmary Benson on Presley line.
  2. [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.
  3. [S145] WorldConnect Post-em, Bob Switzer, Email: e-mail address
    1911 census Ontario - Perth South - Blanchard- family 55.

John Presley1

M, #4690, b. 5 January 1824, d. August 1861
FatherJohn Presly b. 15 Sep 1793, d. 1856
MotherAlma Ramond b. Sep 1795
Birth*5 January 1824 John Presley was born on 5 January 1824 at Vermont.1 
Marriage*18 October 1847 He married an unknown person on 18 October 1847.1 
Death*August 1861 He died in August 1861 at Buffalo, Erie County, New York, at age 37.1 
Burial* He was buried at Galena, Illinois.1 

Citations

  1. [S40] GEDCOM from Rosmary Benson on Presley line.

Patrick Benson1

M, #4691, b. circa 1835, d. after 1891
FatherPatrick Benson b. c 1772, d. 6 Jan 1862
MotherKatharine Pressly b. 19 Jun 1791, d. 10 Apr 1864
Birth*circa 1835 Patrick Benson was born circa 1835 at Ontario, Canada.1 
Marriage*19 April 1870 He married an unknown person on 19 April 1870 at Sainte Anne Church, Mattawa, Nipissing District, Ontario, Canada.1 
Death*after 1891 He died after 1891.1 

Citations

  1. [S40] GEDCOM from Rosmary Benson on Presley line.

Nancy Benson1

F, #4692, b. 13 July 1831, d. 16 October 1904
FatherPatrick Benson b. c 1772, d. 6 Jan 1862
MotherKatharine Pressly b. 19 Jun 1791, d. 10 Apr 1864
Name Variation  Nancy Benson was also known as Anne. 
Married Name Her married name was Lindsay.1 
Married Name Her married name was Ransom.1 
Birth*13 July 1831 She was born on 13 July 1831 at possibly Ontario, Canada.1 
Marriage22 May 1849 She married an unknown person on 22 May 1849 at Chapeau, Quebec, Canada.
"Anne Benson married Robert Ranson the son of Robert Ranson and Elisabeth Ranson."2 
Marriage*16 September 1875 She married an unknown person on 16 September 1875 at Sainte Anne Church, Mattawa, Nipissing District, Ontario, Canada.
"to Mr Lindsey."3 
Death*16 October 1904 She died on 16 October 1904 at age 73.1 

Citations

  1. [S40] GEDCOM from Rosmary Benson on Presley line.
  2. [S206] Email sent to John MayBee the MayBee Society database coordinator:from Marie-France Benson, e-mail address, 10 Sep 2002.
  3. [S40] GEDCOM from Rosmary Benson on Presley line, church records.

Olive Presley1

F, #4693, b. 1834, d. 1912
FatherGeorge Presley b. 13 Apr 1799, d. 25 Feb 1881
MotherOlive Cryderman b. 27 Jun 1796, d. 1 May 1886
Married Name Her married name was Hill.1 
Birth*1834 Olive Presley was born in 1834.1 
Death*1912 She died in 1912.1 

Citations

  1. [S40] GEDCOM from Rosmary Benson on Presley line.

Lydia Jane Presley1

F, #4694, b. 1825
FatherGeorge Presley b. 13 Apr 1799, d. 25 Feb 1881
MotherOlive Cryderman b. 27 Jun 1796, d. 1 May 1886
Married Name Her married name was Reid.1 
Birth*1825 Lydia Jane Presley was born in 1825 at Ontario, Canada.1 

Citations

  1. [S40] GEDCOM from Rosmary Benson on Presley line.

Barbara Presley1

F, #4695, b. 1831, d. 24 June 1914
FatherGeorge Presley b. 13 Apr 1799, d. 25 Feb 1881
MotherOlive Cryderman b. 27 Jun 1796, d. 1 May 1886
Married Name Her married name was Shea.1 
Birth*1831 Barbara Presley was born in 1831.1 
Death*24 June 1914 She died on 24 June 1914.1 
Burial* She was buried at Westminister Cemetery, Pendleton, Prescott County, Ontario, Canada.1 

Citations

  1. [S40] GEDCOM from Rosmary Benson on Presley line.

Olive Cryderman1

F, #4696, b. 27 June 1796, d. 1 May 1886
FatherHermanus Cryderman2 b. bt 1757 - 1760
MotherOlive Bennett2 b. c 1764
Married Name Her married name was Horton.2 
Married Name Her married name was Presley.1 
Baptism23 August 1795 Olive Cryderman was baptized on 23 August 1795.2 
Birth*27 June 1796 She was born on 27 June 1796 at Cornwall Township, Stormont County, Ontario, Canada.3,4 
Marriage12 October 1812 She married John C. Horton on 12 October 1812.2 
Anecdote*18 March 1818 Order in Council issued.2 
Marriage* Olive Cryderman married George Presley, son of John Presly and Elizabeth Fitzpatrick.1 
Death*1 May 1886 Olive Cryderman died on 1 May 1886 at Pendleton, Prescott County, Ontario, Canada, at age 89; at age 89.5 
Burial* She was buried at Westminister Cemetery, Pendleton, Prescott County, Ontario, Canada.1 

Family

George Presley b. 13 Apr 1799, d. 25 Feb 1881
Children

Citations

  1. [S40] GEDCOM from Rosmary Benson on Presley line.
  2. [S144] RootsWeb from G. Ian Roberts , 1 Jan 2001.
  3. [S141] Descendants of Patrick Fitzpatrick, Sr, says b 1796 d 1866 at age 89???
  4. [S144] RootsWeb from G. Ian Roberts , 1 Jan 2001, say b 1786, died 1886.
  5. [S141] Descendants of Patrick Fitzpatrick, Sr.

Marianne Fitzpatrick1

F, #4697, b. 23 June 1816
FatherWilliam Fitzpatrick1 b. c 1778, d. 31 Oct 1854
MotherMary Castleman1 b. c 1788, d. 25 Sep 1866
Married Name Her married name was Handchik.2 
Baptism*23 June 1816 Marianne Fitzpatrick was baptized on 23 June 1816 at Trinity Church, Cornwall, Stormont County, Ontario, Canada; of Charlottenburg.1 
Marriage*28 December 1840 She married James Handchik on 28 December 1840.
"James Handchik of the Township of Charlottenburg in the eastern districk, bachelor and Mary Ann Fitzparick of the same place, spinster, were married by licence this 28th day of Dec 1840. Witness was John Fitzpatrick."2 

Family

James Handchik b. s 1815

Citations

  1. [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.
  2. [S141] Descendants of Patrick Fitzpatrick, Sr, from Church Records on microfilm.

James Fitzpatrick1

M, #4698, b. 2 May 1823
FatherWilliam Fitzpatrick1 b. c 1778, d. 31 Oct 1854
MotherMary Castleman1 b. c 1788, d. 25 Sep 1866
Birth*2 May 1823 James Fitzpatrick was born on 2 May 1823 at Charlottenburg Township, Glengarry County, Ontario, Canada.1 
Baptism15 June 1823 He was baptized 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.1 
Marriage*9 April 1845 He married Catherine A. Cryderman on 9 April 1845 at Cornwall, Stormont County, Ontario, Canada.2 

Family

Catherine A. Cryderman b. s 1825

Citations

  1. [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.
  2. [S141] Descendants of Patrick Fitzpatrick, Sr.

Anna Oberry1

F, #4699, b. between 1800 and 1801
Married Name Her married name was Fitzpatrick.1 
Birth*between 1800 and 1801 Anna Oberry was born between 1800 and 1801, daughter of Edward Oberry, of Salmon River in the County of Dundee.1 
Marriage*2 April 1821 She married Richard Fitzpatrick, son of Peter Fitzpatrick and Catherine Warner, 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."1,2 

Family

Richard Fitzpatrick b. 29 Mar 1795, d. bt 1832 - 1840
Children

Citations

  1. [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.
  2. [S141] Descendants of Patrick Fitzpatrick, Sr, for witnesses.
  3. [S141] Descendants of Patrick Fitzpatrick, Sr.
  4. [S141] Descendants of Patrick Fitzpatrick, Sr, Church Record on microfilm.

Simon Fitzpatrick1

M, #4700, b. 4 February 1824
FatherRichard Fitzpatrick b. 29 Mar 1795, d. bt 1832 - 1840
MotherAnna Oberry b. bt 1800 - 1801
Birth*4 February 1824 Simon Fitzpatrick was born on 4 February 1824 at Dundee, Lower Canada (now Quebec), Canada.1 
Baptism2 May 1824 He was baptized on 2 May 1824 at Trinity Church, Cornwall, Stormont County, Ontario, Canada; Simon son of Richard FitzPatrick of the Township of Dumdee In the Province of Lower Canada Farmer & of Ann his Wife and born February the 4th & baptized May the 2nd 1824. Present: Richard FitzPatrick father, Ann FitzPatrick mother, William FitzPatrick godfather, Catherine FitzPatrick godmother.1,2 

Citations

  1. [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.
  2. [S141] Descendants of Patrick Fitzpatrick, Sr, Church Record on microfilm.

Jane Fitzpatrick1

F, #4701, b. 13 June 1832
FatherRichard Fitzpatrick b. 29 Mar 1795, d. bt 1832 - 1840
MotherAnna Oberry b. bt 1800 - 1801
Birth*13 June 1832 Jane Fitzpatrick was born on 13 June 1832 at Charlottenburg Township, Glengarry County, Ontario, Canada.1 
Baptism18 July 1832 She was baptized on 18 July 1832 at Trinity Church, Cornwall, Stormont County, Ontario, Canada; Godparents - Hugh Fitzpatrick and Mary Anne Fitzpatrick.2 

Citations

  1. [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.
  2. [S36] Rosemary Benson, "Presley Genealogy," e-mail to John MayBee, 9 Oct 2000-12 Oct 2000, copied records from the Trinity Anglican Church of Cornwall.

Alma E. Maybee

F, #4702, b. between 1834 and 1835
FatherGilead Maybee1 b. 1800, d. 9 Sep 1884
MotherHannah Bear1 b. c 1799, d. 22 Apr 1871
Married Name Her married name was Henston. 
Birth*between 1834 and 1835 Alma E. Maybee was born between 1834 and 1835 at New York.1 
(Witness) Census7 August 1850 Alma E. Maybee appeared on the census of 7 August 1850 in the household of Gilead Maybee and Hannah Bear at Rensselaerville Township, Albany County, New York,
; Gilead Maybee, 50, M, Physician, NY, $1000
Hannah Maybee, 51, F, NY
Elma E. Maybee, 15, F, NY.2 
(Witness) oObit10 September 1884 Alma E. Maybee was mentioned in the obituary of Gilead Maybee on 10 September 1884; Waterford, Sept. 9-- Dr. Gilead Maybee, who has been sick only since last Sunday, died Tuesday morning at four o'clock. The funeral will occur at two o'clock Wednesday. The Dr. was born in Schoharie County, N.Y., in the year 1800. He commenced the study of medicine at Fairfield Medical College in 1837 and graduated in 1839. He practised with distinction for 35 years and at the death of his second wife, which occurred in 1871, he came to this county to reside. He leaves five married daughters, Mrs. L. Goodenough of this place, Mrs. Alma Henston, Cleveland, Ohio, Mrs. C. Austin, Brocton, N.Y., Mrs. Sobrina Rogers and Mrs. Catherine Williams, residents of New York state.3 

Citations

  1. [S22] Steve Mabie, Mabie/Maybee/Mabee/Mabey Family Records, online http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~smabie/, 1850 Census.
  2. [S71] 1850 United States Census, online ancestry.com, Rensselaerville, Albany, New York; Roll M432_473; Page: 360B; Image: 176.
  3. [S248] Submission by Jeanine M Kowalski, Maybee Society Member No. 317., obit from Erie Morning Dispatch Sept. 10, 1884 Erie, PA Library.

Peter Fitzpatrick Jr1

M, #4703, b. between 1774 and 1775, d. 21 September 1802
FatherPeter Fitzpatrick1 b. 1752, d. bt Aug 1812 - Sep 1812
MotherCatherine Warner1 b. 1752, d. 12 Apr 1834
Birth*between 1774 and 1775 Peter Fitzpatrick Jr was born between 1774 and 1775 at Lot 6, Kayadaros, Tryon County, New York.2,3 
Land*26 October 1797  On 26 October 1797 at Cornwall, Stormont County, Ontario, Canada, Peter Fitzpatrick Jr petitioned the government of Upper Canada for land as the son of a loyalist Patrick Fitzpatrick. This is Claim 1894.
Certified and forwarded by Samuel Anderson, Esq , Justice of the Peace for the Eastern District.4 
Anecdote*10 February 1798 Petition of Peter Fitzpatrick No 80
Ree for 200 acres VR
5 Jan 98
Entered JE
Warrant 10 February 1798.4 
Marriage*circa 1799 He married Mary Farrel circa 1799.1 
Death*21 September 1802 Peter Fitzpatrick Jr died on 21 September 1802 at Hotel Dieu, Quebec, Canada.5 
BaptismLDS*5 February 2005 He was baptized (by proxy) on 5 February 2005. 

Family

Mary Farrel b. c 1778, d. bt 1840 - 1850

Citations

  1. [S141] Descendants of Patrick Fitzpatrick, Sr.
  2. [S35] Robb email from Ruth and Paul Robins forwarded by Dee Rice, (September 18, 2000 12:39 AM): Land Petition for Peter Fitzpatrick C 1894, was of age 26 Oct 1797 which means he was born before 26 Oct 1776.
  3. [S141] Descendants of Patrick Fitzpatrick, Sr, Peter was 27 years at death.
  4. [S35] Robb email from Ruth and Paul Robins forwarded by Dee Rice, (September 18, 2000 12:39 AM): Land Petition for Peter Fitzpatrick C 1894.
  5. [S40] GEDCOM from Rosmary Benson on Presley line, record on film of Hotel Dieu. Quebec 21 Sep 1802. Peter was 27 years at death, he was called son of Peter Fitzpatrick and wife Catherine.

Jan Pieter Mabie

M, #4704, b. 9 October 1708
Father-CanPieter Mabee b. 20 Jan 1686, d. a 1768; Anna Peek had a son. Jan Pieter, out of wedlock christened on 7 October 1708. The place for the father's name is blank. The Peeks had the farm adjacent to the Mabie's. Using the Dutch form, Pieter's first son would be named Jan after his father, and Pieters after himself2,3
MotherAnna Peek1 b. 1681, d. 14 Apr 1725
ReferenceJP
Reasoning* The Maybee Society believes that the Jan Pieter Mebie who married Dorothy Pickert is the baseborn son of Anna Peek and, although there is no direct proof, it is probable that the illegitimate father of this child was Pieter Mabee (1686- a 1768), son of Jan Pieterese Mabee (1754-1725). Considering the patronimic
The following entry was in the baptism's of RDC Schenectady: "10/9/1708, Jan Pieter , parents: no father named and Anna Peek; Witnesses: Capt. Johannes Glen, Lt. Philip Schuyler & Jacomyntje van Dyk. Jan had a son Lewis, who received land from his uncle Lewis Clement, who was also a child of Anna Peek. Jacobus Peek Sr and his wife Elisabeth were sponsors at Jan's son, Jacob's baptism.
The Peeks and the Mabees lived on adjoining farms. for Jan Pieter Mabie.4 
Name Variation  Jan Pieter Mabie was also known as Jan Pieter.5,6 
Baptism*9 October 1708 He was baptized on 9 October 1708 at First Reformed Dutch Church, Schenectady, Albany County, New York; Witnesses: Capt Johannes Glen, Lt Philip Schuler, and Jacomentje van Dyk.5 
Marriage* He married Dorothea Pikket, daughter of Bartholomew Pickert and Aagje Claase van Schenegtady.7 
Milit-Beg*24 June 1755 24 June 1755 Jan Pieter Mabie and Cobus Maybee were enrolled in Captain William McGinnes' Company of the Albany County Militia at Schenectady, Albany County, New York.8 
BaptismLDS*17 August 2002 Jan Pieter Mabie was baptized (by proxy) on 17 August 2002. 

Family

Dorothea Pikket b. 28 Jul 1703
Children

Citations

  1. [S65] Records from the First Reformed Church, Schenectady, NY, Film Number 0534207, Jan's baptism.
  2. [S77] Schenectady 1697 census, online http://www.scpl.org/census/1697sch.html, Jan Mabie and Jacob Peek on list near each other.
  3. [S210] Schenectady County: Its History, Vol S, Maybee Society, pg 144 Jan Mabie's and Jacobus Peek's farm adjacent.
  4. [S65] Records from the First Reformed Church, Schenectady, NY, Film Number 0534207, 'Jacobus Peek Sen. en Elisabeth Peek E: L' were sponsors at Jan's son, Jacob's baptism.
  5. [S65] Records from the First Reformed Church, Schenectady, NY, Film Number 0534207.
  6. [S66] Submission by Steve Mabie, Maybee Society Member No. 257.
  7. [S31] Pickard and Allied Families, Annotated manuscript by Marilyn Ford Anderson and Anna Carpenter Waite, 1983 Maybee Society Archives, Pg 15.
  8. [S86] Musters and Pay Records of New York Colonial Militia, New York Historical Society Collections for the Year 1891 Santa Cruz Public Library, pp 6, 33.
  9. [S65] Records from the First Reformed Church, Schenectady, NY, Film Number 0534207, only year given for baptism.
  10. [S31] Pickard and Allied Families, Annotated manuscript by Marilyn Ford Anderson and Anna Carpenter Waite, 1983 Maybee Society Archives, She writes: Sent to me by Mrs John P Warden, Colo., a Geneological liberian [sic] - one of her researchers had sent to her: (1970's) 'mother a Pickard'.

Jan Pieterse Mabee

M, #4705, b. 30 September 1654, d. 8 April 1725
FatherPieter Casparszen van Naarden1,2 b. c 1610, d. b 1664/65
MotherAechtje Jans van Norden3 b. 17 Aug 1629, d. bt 21 Aug 1697 - 1 Feb 1698
Reference2
Name Variation  Jan Pieterse Mabee was also known as John. 
Name Variation  Jan Pieterse Mabee was also known as Mebie. 
Birth*30 September 1654 He was born on 30 September 1654 at corner of Broad and Market streets, New Amsterdam, now New York, New Netherland.4 
Baptism4 October 1654 He was baptized on 4 October 1654 at Reformed Dutch Church, New York City, New York; Witnesses: Hendrick Willemszen, Marritie Claes.3 
(Witness) Residencebetween 1653 and 1697 He lived with Pieter Casparszen van Naarden and Aechtje Jans van Norden between 1653 and 1697 at Corner of Broad and Marchvelt Streets, New Amsterdam, now New York, New Netherland. 
Marriage*circa 1681 Jan Pieterse Mabee married Anna Borsboom, daughter of Pieter Jacobse Borsboom and Grietje Barentse Van Rotmers, circa 1681 at Albany, Albany County, New York.5 
Residence*between 1684 and 1725 Jan Pieterse Mabee lived between 1684 and 1725 at East side of Church Street, next to the Dutch Church, Schenectady, Albany County, New York; came to Schenectady in 1684.6 
(Witness) Baptism21 April 1686 He was witnesses to the baptism of Aefje Moll on 21 April 1686 at Reformed Dutch Church, New York City, New York; Witnesses: Jacob Boelen, Jan Pieterszen, Tryntie Pieters.3 
(Witness) Baptism8 April 1688 Jan Pieterse Mabee was witnesses to the baptism of Johannas Jans Mol on 8 April 1688 at Reformed Dutch Church, New York City, New York; Witnesses: Assuerus Hendrickszen, Jan Pieterszen, Marritje Pieters.3 
Residence*between 1695 and 1725 Jan Pieterse Mabee and Anna Borsboom lived between 1695 and 1725 at Church Street, Schenectady, Albany County, New York; Jan's town lot was on the east side of Church Street, next to the Dutch Church.7 
Census*16 June 1697 Jan Pieterse Mabee and Anna Borsboom appeared on the census of 16 June 1697 at Schenectady Township, Albany County, New York.
Census says Mebbee, Jan Men:1, Women: 1, Children: 6.8 
Land*17 September 1697 Know all men by these Presents that Rode, ye Indian, Called by Christians Dirk who by and with ye the Consent of the Rest of Christian Indian Castle in ye mohoggs Country doth give & grant unto Jan Pieterse mebee of Schinnachtady his heirs & assign a Certain peece of grounde scituate lying and being upon Tionnondorogoes Creek on both sides Commonly known by the name of kadarodae all which land the sade Rode doth Convey with the appurtenances thereunto belonging in Consideration of ye said Jan Pieters wife by reason that she is something Related to ye family of the Christian Castle. In wittnesse whereof we have hereunto set our hands and seals this 17th day of Sept. 1697

Signed sealed & Delivered Rode Indian, by the
in the Presence of Christians called Dirk,
Dellius Pr. Schuyler his marke*
Recorded ye 10th of Sept. 1714 by Philip Livingstone

*The "marke" of Rode was a wolf, drawn upside down on the deed. Perhaps the paper was thrust toward the Indian across a table and he did not turn it around to face him right side up before he drew the symbol of his clan.9 
Land*22 April 1703  On 22 April 1703 at Schoharie Creek, Albany County, New York, Jan Pieterse Mabee had a patent for eighty acres of land near the mouth of Scoharie Creek - probably Kadarodae.10 
(Witness) Baptism3 October 1703 He was witnesses to the baptism of Anna Slingerlant on 3 October 1703 at First Reformed Dutch Church, Schenectady, Albany County, New York; Witnesses: Jan Mebie and Anna Borsboom.11 
Residencebetween 1706 and 1724 Jan Pieterse Mabee lived between 1706 and 1724 at Mabee Farm, Rotterdam Junction, Schenectady County, New York. The Jan Pieterse Mabee farm in Rotterdam Junction, Schenectady County, NY is recorded by State of New York historians as having been first occupied in 1670 at what was then at the western extreme of settlement in the Mohawk Valley. A national Historical Register Site, it has been in continual residential use ever since that date. It was originally owned by one Daniel Janse van Antwerpen, a Schenectady fur trader, farmer and land speculator- who sold the farm to Jan Mabee in 1706. The farm remained in the ownership of Mabee and his descendants for 287 years passing by will until January of 1992 when George E. Franchere of Dunedio, Florida, the last Mabee family heir, respecting the wishes of his mother and aunt, donated it to the Schenectady County Historical Society for public use, display, and preservation.
The ancient residential structures are three in number: a Stone House built in about 1680 and expanded in 1709; a wood frame Mabee Inn, operated as a hotel catering to river men from about the years 1730 to 1820; and a brick/half frame Slave Quarters, apparently constructed in about 1730 upon the stone foundations of the earliest structure built by about 1670. In about 1870 an enclosed porch was added tying the Inn to the Stone House.
The fur trading monopoly belonged to residents of Albany and the earliest structure was apparently a cellar hole house used as an illicit fur trading post. In the 1660's Van Antwerpen was charged with trading on at least two occasions and fined so it is possible the cellar hole structure predates the year 1670. The height of the stone foundations of the Slave Quarters cellar, the fireplace in that cellar, and the cellar windows extending originally about 20 inches below the present ground level and later partially filled with masonry, all suggest the original use of the foundations. That the cellar hole house was occupied during construction of the Stone House is shown by the original Stone House entrance door, later converted to a window, located close to the cellar house entryway.
Photographs taken in 1909 prior to the dredging of the Mohawk for the Barge canal show that the river periodically flooded the farm. for that reason, dirt removed from the cellar hole of the Stone House had not been carted away but had been used to raise the level of the ground. When the Inn and Slave Quarters were built in about 1730, the dirt removed from the cellar hole of the Inn had been similarly used. It was in about 1730 also that the Slave Quarters building was built as a two story structure on the foundations of the original structure, the cellar windows partially closed, and the land raised against flooding.
Documentation for the above is scanty. Court records and land patents; deeds of sale, wills, and inventories of estates; family letters and business records; local histories; records of other cellar holes houses; artifacts such as a sign for the Mabee Inn, all contribute to the above account. There are indications that at times family members occupied the Slave Quarters and the Inn. Much of the evidence is soft and dates are approximate. Archaeologic investigations and closer inspection of documents may harden up some information, but much is and will remain well-informed guesswork from what evidence is at hand.12 
(Witness) Baptism21 June 1712 He was witnesses to the baptism of Caleb Beck on 21 June 1712 at First Reformed Dutch Church, Schenectady, Albany County, New York; witnesses: Jan Petters Mevi and Antie Pieters Bosboom.11 
(Witness) Baptism17 December 1715 Jan Pieterse Mabee was witnesses to the baptism of Engeltje Beck on 17 December 1715 at First Reformed Dutch Church, Schenectady, Albany County, New York; witnesses: Jan Petters Mevi and Antie Pieters Bosboom.11 
(Witness) Baptism2 June 1718 Jan Pieterse Mabee was witnesses to the baptism of Johannes Veder on 2 June 1718 at First Reformed Dutch Church, Schenectady, Albany County, New York; Jan Mebi and Annetien Mol.11 
Religion*March 1719  In March 1719 Jan Pieterse Mabee and Abraham Mabie were accepted as members of the at First Reformed Dutch Church, Schenectady, Albany County, New York.13 
Census*11 June 1720 Jan Pieterse Mabee appeared on the census of 11 June 1720 at Schenectady Township, Albany County, New York, near Jacobus Peek, Joseph Clement and Johannes Peek.14 
Will*3 April 1725 Jan Pieterse Mabee left a will on 3 April 1725 at Schenectady Township, Albany County, New York. "In the Name of God Amen the third day of April in the year of our Lord One thousand Seven hundred twenty and five I John Mabee of the Township of Schenectady in the County of Albany in the province of New York Yeoman being very sick and weak in body but of perfect mind and memory thanks be given unto God therefore Calling to mind the Mortality of my body and knowing It is appointed for all men once to dye Do make and ordaine this my last will and Testament That is to Say principally and first of all I give and recomend my Soul into the hands of God that gaveth and for my body I recomend it to the Earth to be buryed in a Christian like and decent manner at the discretion of my Executors Nothing doubting but at my resurrection I shall receive the Same again by the mighty power of God and as touching Such worldly Estate wherewith It hath pleased God to bless me in this life I give devise and dispose of the Same in the following manner and form
Imprimis I give and bequeath unto my oldest Son Peter Mabee all and Singular my lands and tenements lying and being on the North side of the Mohawks river between the Lands of Lawrence Van der Volgen of the Lands of Col Stevan Grossbeck with all the priviledges and ________________ to the Same belonging unto the said Peter Mabee and to his heirs forever paying the rent, and one hundred and fifty pounds current money of New York to be equally divided among his sisters and that at or before Seven years after my decease he to pay but 150 as oldest Son.
Item I give and bequeath unto my Second Son Jacob all and Singular my estate on the South side of the Mohawks river lying and being between Jacobus Peck's land and the land of Peter Vrooman together with houses barns barricks orchards gardens pastures swamps thereunto belonging or appertaining likewise all ploughs harrows hoes axes waggons sleys or other utensils for working on the said Farm except cattle unto the Said Jacob Mabee and to his heirs forever he or they paying or causing to be paid unto his Said Sisters the just Sum of two hundred and fifty pounds current money and that at or before Seven years after my decease and equally to be divided between his Seven Sisters my daughters and five Skiple of wheat unto his Brother Peter towards the rent of his land forever as accknowledgment being his oldest Brother Item I give to my youngest Son Abraham Mabee all and Singular that house and lott of ground where he now lives lying in the Town of Schenectady aforesaid between the lotts of Benjamin van Platt and the Ministers lott together with the pasture ground that lyes between the pasture ground of Harmanus Vedder and the pasture ground of Capt. Harmen van Slike likewise all the arable land lyeing between the land of Martin Van ________and the land of Aron Vedder on the south Side of the road way together with the Swamp or criplebush thereunto adjoyning unto my son Abraham and to his heirs forever he or they paying or causing to be paid unto his Sisters two hundred and fifty pounds current money of New York to be equally divided among them and that at or before Seven years after my decease and five Skiple of wheat unto his Brother Peter or to his heirs forever towards the paying the rent of his farm and accknowledgment of being his oldest Brother
Item I give to my daughter Margarett the half of all my lands where she now lives called Kadoritha during her natural life
Item the other half of the Said land called Kadoritha that Nicholas Hall hath hired for fifteen years the Said hire to be divided between my Son Peter and Jacob and at the death of my Daughter Margarett and the Expiration of the said fifteen years all my the Said lands and Tenements at Kadoritha to be equally divided between my Said Sons that my son Peter and Jacob and to them and their heirs and assigns forever
Item It is my further will that in Six months after my decease that all my movable Estate goods and Chattels except those things I have already given to my Son Jacob for the use of the farm be appraised and equally divided between all my children that is Sons and Daughters alike not the one more than the other Item That my three sons that is Peter Jacob and Abraham pay first all my debts and then enter into Articles for payment of their Sisters at the Expiration of Seven years as before mentioned at the Expiration of the Said Six Months in the presence of my Executors hereafter mentioned and I do likewise Constitute make and ordaine Jacobus Van Dyke and Caleb Beck Executors to this my last will and Testament and do hereby utterly disallow revoke and disannull all and every other former Testaments Wills Bequests and Executors in me before this time named willed and bequeathed ratifying and confirming this & no other to be my last will and Testament In Witness whereof I have hereunto ____________________this day and year first written
John J Mabee his mark
Signed Sealed published and declared by the Said John Mabee as his last will and Testament in the presence of us the Subscribers viz.
Jan Danielse Johannes Peck Harme________."15 
Death*8 April 1725 He died on 8 April 1725 at Schenectady, New York, at age 70.16 
Burial* He and Anna Borsboom were buried at Green Street Cemetery, Schenectady, Albany County, New York. They were reinterred to the Vale Cemeteryaccording to the red cemetery book from reinterments of 1879.17 
Probate13 September 1725 His estate was probated on 13 September 1725. "Jacob, acting as the executor of his father John's will, received receipts for bequests of £35-14-3 1/2
Arentdt and Tribtje Bradt on June 23, 1732;
Cornelius Van Dyke and his wife Maria Maby on 27 June 1732;
Peter Daniese and his wife Engerltje on July 7, 1732;
John Farely and Mattje Meebie on February 16, 1732/3; and
Cornelius Slingerandt and his wife Aghje on July 7, 1749."18 
Burial*1879 Jan Pieterse Mabee was buried in 1879 at Vale Cemetery, Schenectady, Schenectady County, New York. Inscription "Anno 1725; Jan Meebie; den 8 April; obit."19 
BaptismLDS*28 July 1987 He was baptized (by proxy) on 28 July 1987. 

Family

Anna Borsboom b. 1662, d. c 1713
Children

Citations

  1. [S383] Baptisms at the Reformed Dutch Church of New Amsterdam, online http://www.altlaw.com/edball/dutchbap.htm, Jan's baptism 4 October 1654.
  2. [S41] Submission by John A. and Mary Ellen Maybee, Maybee Society Member No. 58., Jack has a 1706 ltr from Willem Tietsoort to Jan Mebie addressing hm as brother.
  3. [S383] Baptisms at the Reformed Dutch Church of New Amsterdam, online http://www.altlaw.com/edball/dutchbap.htm
  4. [S337] GEDCOM from Andrea Nowlin on Mabie-Eckerson-Peek line.
  5. [S60] Professor Jonathan Pearson, Genealogies of the First Settlers of Albany, Pg 17.
  6. [S210] Schenectady County: Its History, Vol S, Maybee Society, pg 144.
  7. [S50] Submission by Elizabeth Boorsma, Maybee Society Member No. 176., p65.
  8. [S77] Schenectady 1697 census, online http://www.scpl.org/census/1697sch.html
  9. [S101] James Nohl Churchyard, "Our Family Museum", Book 5, page 230, of the Albany County deeds.
  10. [S100] Jonathan Pearson, "Genealogies of the First Settlers of Schenectady", p. 727.
  11. [S65] Records from the First Reformed Church, Schenectady, NY, Film Number 0534207.
  12. [S4] Files submitted to the Mayee Society: from Jon van Schaick, AB, MEd online http://www.hoimage.com/mabee.html
  13. [S65] Records from the First Reformed Church, Schenectady, NY, Film Number 0534207, membership list.
  14. [S83] List of the Freeholders of Schenectady, online http:www.scpl.org/census/1720sch.html.
  15. [S300] Mabee Farm Documents: M-WILL-2.
  16. [S101] James Nohl Churchyard, "Our Family Museum."
  17. [S382] Find A Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/, Find A Grave Memorials 26657520 & 26657579.
  18. [S300] Mabee Farm Documents: M-LEG-1 to 5.
  19. [S382] Find A Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/, Find A Grave Memorial# 26657520.
  20. [S64] Records from Reformed Dutch Church, Albany, New York.

Mary Amanda Rufus

F, #4706, b. 4 November 1850, d. 1 May 1925
FatherJohn Wilbur Rufus1 b. bt 1818 - 1819
MotherAnna Presley b. c 1831
Info* Information on her came from Much of this is from family sources including pictures and notes from her daughter Estella Lucinda as well as an autobiographical book by her son John. Her birth date was given differently at different times, but she is show with her mother father and older sister June on the 1851 Canadian census as age 1 on her next birthday. to early Maybee Society records. 
Married Name Her married name was Cairns. 
Married Name Her married name was Maybee. 
Birth*4 November 1850 Mary Amanda Rufus was born on 4 November 1850 at Ontario, Canada.2,3,4 
(Witness) Census1851 Mary Amanda Rufus appeared on the census of 1851 in the household of John Wilbur Rufus and Anna Presley at East Nissouri Township, Oxford County, Ontario, Canada,
; 15 John Rufus, Farmer, Canada, E. Methodist, 33, Male, Married
16 Anna Rufus, Canada, E. Methodist, 20, Female, Married
17 Jenet Rufus, Canada, E. Methodist, 2, Female, Single
18 Amanda Rufus, Canada, E. Methodist, 1, Female, Single
house was categorized as Shanty.5 
Immigration*1863 Mary Amanda Rufus, at an unknown age immigrated from Canada in 1863 to Michigan.6 
Census14 June 1870 Mary Amanda Rufus appeared on the census of 14 June 1870 at Lexington, Sanilac County, Michigan.
Mary Rufus-17, born in Canada, was a servant in the house of Sarah Brown.7 
Marriage*11 June 1872 She married Milo Frederick Maybee, son of David Maybee and Mary Mowland, on 11 June 1872 at Washington, Sanilac County, Michigan.8,9 
Residence*1872 Mary Amanda Rufus and Milo Frederick Maybee lived in 1872 at Lexington, Sanilac County, Michigan.10 
Census*1 May 1875 Mary Amanda Rufus and Milo Frederick Maybee appeared on the census of 1 May 1875 at Yellow Medicine, Yellow Medicine County, Minnesota.
Milo F. Maybee, 28, M, W, nativity: Michigan, Father's nativity: Illinois, Mother's nativity: New York
Mary A Maybee, 20, F, W, nativity: Canada, Father's nativity: Canada, Mother's nativity: Canada
Herbert Maybee, 2, M, W, nativity: Minnesota, Father's nativity: Michigan, Mother's nativity: Canada
John W Maybee, 0, M, W, nativity: Minnesota, Father's nativity: Michigan, Mother's nativity: Canada.11 
Memo*27 March 1881 Mary Amanda Rufus and Milo Frederick Maybee with Herbert David Maybee, John Wilbur Maybee, Stella Lucinda Maybee and Orlow William Maybee 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.12 
Marriage*31 December 1900 Mary Amanda Rufus married Robert Cairns on 31 December 1900 at Rossland, British Columbia, Canada.
"Robert Cairns, bachelor, 40, a Professional [rail road] Engineer of Trail B.C., born in Oxford County, Ontario, to . Richards Cairns and Margaret Adain; was married to Mary Amanda Maybee, 40, a widow of Rossland B.C., born in Woodstock, Ontario to J. W. Rufus and Anna Pressly; on 31 December 1900 at Rossland , British Columbia."13 
Census*24 April 1901 Mary Amanda Rufus and Robert Cairns appeared on the census of 24 April 1901 at Trail City, British Columbia, Canada.
Family 307
Robert Cairns, M, W, Head, M, 18 March 1860, 41, born in Ontario, Irish Origin, Canadian, Church Of England, Engineer R R
Mary Cairns, F, W, Wife, M, June 1860, 40, M, born in US, Immigrated to Canada in 1897, English Origin, American, Church Of England
Family 308
James Burdette, M, W, Head, M, 1875, 25, born in P. E. I., Irish Origin, Canadian, Church Of England, Boiler Maker
Estella Burdette, F, W, Wife, M, 1881, 19, M, born in US, Immigrated to Canada in 1897, English Origin, American, Church Of England.14 
(Witness) CensusMay 1910 Mary Amanda Rufus appeared on the census of May 1910 in the household of Orlow William Maybee and Bessie York 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.15 
(Witness) Anecdote22 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.16 
Memo*9 May 1917  On 9 May 1917 at Beaverhead County, Montana, Mary Maybe Cairns was alloted forty inches of water from the C. F.Schroeder ditch of the Mussigbrod Creek.17 
Memo9 May 1917 Mary Maybe Cairns was awarded 40 inches of irrigation water from the C. F. Schroeder Ditch. on 9 May 1917 at Mussigbrod Creek, Beaverhead County, Montana.18 
(Witness) Adoption Mary Amanda Rufus adopted Eric Herbert Maybee; by his grandmother Mary Amanda Rufus Maybee Cairns. Although his grandmother legally adopted him, in early letters, he refers to his Aunt Stella as mother.19,20 
(Witness) Anecdote12 September 1918 John Wilbur Maybee of Wisdom, Montana, born 24 Jun 1874, registered for the draft on Sept 12, 1918 at Dillon, Beaverhead County, Montana. He was a self employed rancher. His nearest living relative was Mary Maybee Cairns of Wisdom. He was white, of short height, medium build, with light blue eyes and black hair.21 
Census*28 January 1920 Mary Amanda Rufus appeared on the census of 28 January 1920 at Wisdom Township, Beaverhead County, Montana.
Mary Cairns, Head, F, W, 65, Wd, Michigan, England, Michigan, none, owns home free of mortgage
Beaulah A Cairns, Granddaughter, F, W, 10, S, Montana, Minnesota, Montana, in school
Eric H Cairns, Grandson, M, W, 8, S, Montana, Minnesota, Montana, in school.22 
Land*14 March 1921  On 14 March 1921 at Beaverhead County, Montana, Mary Amanda Rufus Mary Cairns was awarded the following lands under the homestead act:
Meridian 20, Township 001 S, Range 016 W, Section 20 - 80 acres; Section 29 - 40 acres; and Section 30 - 40 acres.23 
Land5 August 1921  On 5 August 1921 at Beaverhead County, Montana, Mary Amanda Rufus Mary Maybee Cairns was awarded the following lands under the Desert Land Act:
Meridian 20, Township 001 S, Range 016 W, Section 28, 40 acres.23 
Death*1 May 1925 She died on 1 May 1925 at Salmon, Lemhi County, Idaho, at age 74; of pneumonia.24,25 
oObitMay 1925  In May 1925 at Salmon, Lemhi County, Idaho, Mary's obituary read: Mary Amanda Maybee, 75, pioneer of the west, and a grand little woman, died Thursday night of pleura pneumonia.. She had been suffering for a month or more with a severe colic, which finally settled in her lungs and no medical power was able to stay the disease. Her son, John W. Maybee, came over from Bighole basin, and her daughter and her husband, Mr. And Mr. Jan Burdett came in from Kellogg. to be at the funeral. Mrs. Maybee had been living at Salmon, keeping house for her grandchildren who were in the city schools, and at the close of the term had intended to return to Bighole, where she owned ranchland.
She was born Nov. 4, 1850. Marrying early, she went with her husband by ox team, soon after the close of the civil war, to the big woods of Minn., where they lived some years, and several children were born. Thence, in 1879, they moved by ox team to the Black Hills, soon after the Indian wars had abated. On the way thither, at Burbank, Minn. a fire destroyed their tent, and one child, a little girl, died, being overcome by smoke. Twenty years ago, Mrs. Maybee again moved west, coming with her children to the Bighole basin, and taking up land. Her boys, John, Billie and Bert, were in Salmon during the Thunder Mountain boom, John making his residence in Thunder Mountain, and the others, together with Jim Hash, Mahoney, and John Herron, ran pack trains to the gold camp. Billie and Bert died during the world war, the former in British Columbia and the latter in Deer Lodge. The children in Salmon are orphans of Billie Maybee.
Deceased is survived by three sisters, one living in Boston and another in Los Angeles. She was a splendid woman, courageous, and strong for the upbuilding of the country – always pioneering in the wilderness, and keeping the brave and loving family together. Her husband and his brothers had been veterans of the civil war and all her sons were veterans of the Spanish war. They loved their country, and had this laudable trait drilled into them by the mother, whose death they now mourn. Mrs. Maybee was a member of the Methodist Church and a firm believer in Christianity however, her life at remote places on the frontier has ever precluded the possibility of her regular attendance upon worship. But she has stamped her character ineffaceably upon the family, and leaves besides these, a numerous host of loving neighbors and friends in whose thoughts and lives her sweetly aggressive spirit will continue to live.26 
Burial*9 May 1925 She was buried on 9 May 1925 at Salmon Cemetery, Salmon, Lemhi County, Idaho.27 

Family 1

Milo Frederick Maybee b. bt 1844 - 1845
Children

Family 2

Robert Cairns b. 18 Mar 1860

Citations

  1. [S108] Records from Kym Hartwig Lewis, Butte, Montana.
  2. [S44] U. S. Census of Montana for 1920, said that she was born in Michigan as does death certificate.
  3. [S53] Death Certificate - Mary A Rufus, said that she was born in Michigan as does 1920 census.
  4. [S84] U. S. Census of Montana for 1910, Beaverhead County, ED1, page 2, lines 80 says she was born in Canada.
  5. [S1] Ancestry.com, 1851 Census of Canada West (Ontario), Oxford County, District 27, Nissouri East, Sub-District 265, Page 65, Line 15-17, Roll C_11745, Schedule A.
  6. [S84] U. S. Census of Montana for 1910, Beaverhead County, ED1, page 2, lines 79-80.
  7. [S99] 1870 United States Census, online ancestry.com, Sanilac County, Lexington, p 93R, ln 30.
  8. [S45] Marriage Certificate: V2:35, Sandusky Courthouse, Sanilac, MI, she was 18, he 26.
  9. [S1] Ancestry.com, Michigan, County Marriages, 1822-1940.
  10. [S45] Marriage Certificate: V2:35, Sandusky Courthouse, Sanilac, MI.
  11. [S230] Minnesota Territorial and State Censuses, 1849-1905, online ancestry.com, Yellow Medicine, Yellow Medicine County, Minnesota, Roll MNSC_19, Page 726, Family 13.
  12. [S4] Files submitted to the Mayee Society: "Yankton, City with a past" family legends.
  13. [S1] Ancestry.com, British Columbia Marriage Index: 1872 to 1924, bca number: B11386, Registration Number: 1900-09-165697, GSU Number: 1983979.
  14. [S187] 1901 Canadian Census, online http://automatedgenealogy.com/census/index.html, Trail City, Rossland Riding/ Division Rossland), Yale & Cariboo, British Columbia; Page: 26; Dwelling 303.
  15. [S84] U. S. Census of Montana for 1910, lines 76-78, sheet 2, ED 1, Beaverhead County.
  16. [S1] Ancestry.com, Border Crossings: From U.S. to Canada, 1908-1935.
  17. [S4] Files submitted to the Mayee Society: from a Beaverhead County court ruling in "G. H. Parsone et al vs. H. S. Mussigbrod et al" by Judge Jas. C. Smith ay Dillon on 10 January 1923.
  18. [S51] Court Record of G. H. Parsons vs. H. S. Mussigbrod, Judge Joseph C. Smith, in chambers at Dillon, Montana., (10 January 1923).
  19. [S165] Unpublished family history of Belva Louise Maybee Perry.
  20. [S166] Letter, American Research Bureau to John David MayBee, February 14, 1973.
  21. [S338] World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918, online http://www.ancestry.com/search/rectype/default.aspx?rt=39, Roll 1684099, Ser# 157, No. 1062.
  22. [S44] U. S. Census of Montana for 1920, Beaverhead County, ED 9, sheet 4, lines 70-73.
  23. [S241] Emails from Barbara Millar, Beaverhead County Montana Archives, General Land Office records. http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/mt/beaverhead/land/…
  24. [S43] The Salmon, 1925.
  25. [S53] Death Certificate - Mary A Rufus, number 049663.
  26. [S15] Documents held by the Maybee Society.
  27. [S53] Death Certificate - Mary A Rufus.

Herbert David Maybee

M, #4707, b. 24 March 1873, d. 30 September 1917
FatherMilo Frederick Maybee b. bt 1844 - 1845
MotherMary Amanda Rufus b. 4 Nov 1850, d. 1 May 1925
Name Variation  Herbert David Maybee was also known as Bert. 
Birth*24 March 1873 He was born on 24 March 1873 at Yellow Medicine County, Minnesota. 
(Witness) Census1 May 1875 Herbert David Maybee appeared on the census of 1 May 1875 in the household of Milo Frederick Maybee and Mary Amanda Rufus at Yellow Medicine, Yellow Medicine County, Minnesota,
; Milo F. Maybee, 28, M, W, nativity: Michigan, Father's nativity: Illinois, Mother's nativity: New York
Mary A Maybee, 20, F, W, nativity: Canada, Father's nativity: Canada, Mother's nativity: Canada
Herbert Maybee, 2, M, W, nativity: Minnesota, Father's nativity: Michigan, Mother's nativity: Canada
John W Maybee, 0, M, W, nativity: Minnesota, Father's nativity: Michigan, Mother's nativity: Canada.1 
(Witness) Memo27 March 1881 Herbert David Maybee 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 
Occupation*1898 Herbert David Maybee and John Wilbur Maybee were trappers in 1898 at Utica, Montana.3 
Residence*1904 Herbert David Maybee and Orlow William 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.4 
Census*April 1910 Herbert David Maybee appeared on the census of April 1910 at Rochester, Madison County, Montana.
Bert Maybe, Head, M, W, 38, S, Minnesota, US, US, Laborer, Odd Jobs.5 
Death*30 September 1917 He died on 30 September 1917 at Warm Springs, Deer Lodge County, Montana, at age 44.6 
BaptismLDS*15 September 1984 He was baptized (by proxy) on 15 September 1984.7 

Citations

  1. [S230] Minnesota Territorial and State Censuses, 1849-1905, online ancestry.com, Yellow Medicine, Yellow Medicine County, Minnesota, Roll MNSC_19, Page 726, Family 13.
  2. [S4] Files submitted to the Mayee Society: "Yankton, City with a past" family legends.
  3. [S4] Files submitted to the Mayee Society.
  4. [S4] Files submitted to the Mayee Society: from Della Bain's journal.
  5. [S76] 1910 United States Census, online ancestry.com, Rochester Pct, Madison, Montana; Series: T624; Roll: 834; Page: 48B; Enumeration District: 50; Part: 1; Line: 39.
  6. [S1] Ancestry.com, Montana Death Index, 1907-2002, Index Number: San 64.
  7. [S108] Records from Kym Hartwig Lewis, Butte, Montana.

John Wilbur Maybee

M, #4708, b. 24 June 1874, d. 19 January 1943
FatherMilo Frederick Maybee b. bt 1844 - 1845
MotherMary Amanda Rufus b. 4 Nov 1850, d. 1 May 1925
Name Variation  John Wilbur Maybee was also known as Jack. 
Birth*24 June 1874 He was born on 24 June 1874 at Wilmar, Yellow Medicine County, Minnesota.1,2 
(Witness) Census1 May 1875 John Wilbur Maybee appeared on the census of 1 May 1875 in the household of Milo Frederick Maybee and Mary Amanda Rufus at Yellow Medicine, Yellow Medicine County, Minnesota,
; Milo F. Maybee, 28, M, W, nativity: Michigan, Father's nativity: Illinois, Mother's nativity: New York
Mary A Maybee, 20, F, W, nativity: Canada, Father's nativity: Canada, Mother's nativity: Canada
Herbert Maybee, 2, M, W, nativity: Minnesota, Father's nativity: Michigan, Mother's nativity: Canada
John W Maybee, 0, M, W, nativity: Minnesota, Father's nativity: Michigan, Mother's nativity: Canada.3 
(Witness) Memo27 March 1881 John Wilbur Maybee 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.4 
Immigration*1887 John Wilbur Maybee immigrated in 1887 to Livingston, Park County, Montana, from Brainard, Minnesota, to live with his uncle Jack Sharp.5 
Occupation*1898 He and Herbert David Maybee were trappers in 1898 at Utica, Montana.6 
Marriage19 May 1903 John Wilbur Maybee married Della Arminda Bain on 19 May 1903 at Salubria, Washington County, Idaho.7,8 
(Witness) Residence1904 John Wilbur Maybee lived with Orlow William Maybee and Herbert David Maybee in 1904 at Wisdom, Beaverhead County, Montana; 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.9 
Divorce*6 August 1909 John Wilbur Maybee and Della Arminda Bain were divorced on 6 August 1909 at Washington County, Idaho; The first time Della filed for divorce in Washington County was 2 July 1907 but she requested that that action be dismissed on 12 Oct 1907 and her request was granted. She then filed again 29 Dec 1908 and judgment and decree were granted 6 Aug 1909.10 
Census*May 1910 John Wilbur Maybee appeared on the census of May 1910 at Bowen Township, Beaverhead County, Montana.
John Maybee, Head, M, W, 36, D, Minnesota, New York, Canada, Ranches own Hay Ranch
He lived near his brother Billie and his mother.11 
Land*11 May 1911  On 11 May 1911 at Big Hole Basin, Montana, John Wilbur Maybee granted homestead of 160 acres in Section 13, twp 1S, range 16W. Recorded at Missoula Montana Patent Number 197056. 
Anecdote12 September 1918 John Wilbur Maybee of Wisdom, Montana, born 24 Jun 1874, registered for the draft on Sept 12, 1918 at Dillon, Beaverhead County, Montana. He was a self employed rancher. His nearest living relative was Mary Maybee Cairns of Wisdom. He was white, of short height, medium build, with light blue eyes and black hair.12 
Land8 November 1919  On 8 November 1919 at Big Hole Basin, Montana, John Wilbur Maybee granted land of 80 acres in Section 13, twp 1S, range 17W. Recorded at Missoula Montana Patent Number 717803. 
Census15 January 1920 John Wilbur Maybee appeared on the census of 15 January 1920 at Wisdom Township, Beaverhead County, Montana.
John W Maybe, M, W, 47, D, Minnesota, Michigan, Michigan, working as a rancher as an employee of a stock ranch, Owns own farm.13,14 
Memo20 October 1922 He swore an oath affirming his nephew and nieces births for his brother Billie's pension request on 20 October 1922 at Wisdom, Beaverhead County, Montana.15 
(Witness) AdoptionMay 1925 He witnessed the adoption of Eric Herbert Maybee in May 1925. by his uncle John Maybee, after Mary Amanda's death.16 
(Inform) Death1 May 1925 John Wilbur Maybee was an informant on the death record of Mary Amanda Rufus on 1 May 1925 at Salmon, Lemhi County, Idaho; of pneumonia.17,18 
CensusApril 1930 John Wilbur Maybee appeared on the census of April 1930 at Wisdom Township, Beaverhead County, Montana.
John W. Maybee, head, Owns farm house worth $100, M, W, 56, Divorced, married at age 23, able to read and write, born in Minnesota, both parents born in Michigan, Farmer on own Farm, not a veteran
[73 36 44 Maybee, John W, head, O, 100, yes, M, W, 56, D, 23, no, yes, Minnesota, Michigan, Michigan, 64, yes, Farmer, Farm, vvvv, E, yes, no, 28].19 
Vote*1934  In 1934 John Wilbur Maybee was registered to vote at 113 North Flower Street, Los Angeles, California.20 
Residence24 September 1934 He lived on 24 September 1934 at 113 North Flower Street, Los Angeles, California.21 
Marriage* He married Pearl George Putnam.
"The only information on this wife, is Jack listing her on a form requesting Social Security."6 
Vote1936  In 1936 John Wilbur Maybee was registered to vote at 29 South Flower Street, Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, California. He listed his occupation as rancher, party as Democrat.20 
Memo*3 June 1937 He John W. Maybee and John Kortbein filed a mining claim on a Quartz Location bearing gold, silver, and radium that they discovered on 18 April 1937 located in section 11, twp 13, range 16 west of Missoula County. Filed for record on June 3, 1937 and recorded in book 7 of the Lode Locations, on Page 224, Records of Missoula County, Montana on 3 June 1937 at Missoula County, Montana. 
Residence*between 1938 and 1943 He lived between 1938 and 1943 at Milltown, Missoula County, Montana.22 
Census9 April 1940 John Wilbur Maybee appeared on the census of 9 April 1940 at Milltown, Missoula County, Montana.
John W Maybee, Head, M, W, 65, Wd, completed 4 years school, born in Minnesota, residence 1 April 1935 was Ravalli County, Montana, Placer Miner, own claim.23 
Death*19 January 1943 He died on 19 January 1943 at Saint Patrick's Hospital, Missoula, Missoula County, Montana, at age 68; a probable cerebral hemorrhage.22 
Funeral*23 January 1943  On 23 January 1943 a funeral was held for John Wilbur Maybee at Marsh and Powell Chapel, Missoula, Missoula County, Montana. "Newspaper clipping said, "Funeral Services for John W. Maybee, 68, of Milltown who died at a local hospital Tuesday night, were held at 3 o'clock Saturday afternoon at the Marsh & Powell chapel. The Rev. Carl Muirhead officiated and the burial was in the Missoula Cemetery. John Wilbur Maybee vame to to Livingston from Brainerd, Minn, at the age of 13, to the home of his uncle John Sharp, and was a call boy at the N. P. [Northern Pacific] railroad shop there for two years. In 1892 he learned the pattern makers trade at Anaconda. Mr Maybee married Della Baine of Weiser, Idaho in 1902, and the couple drove to the Big Hole basin in a wagon on their honeymoon. They took up a homestead and pre-emption in the Basin, where they engaged in ranching for 33 years. Both were excellent marksmen and enjoyed hunting and fishing. Mr Maybee was also a great trapper and shot many big game animals such as moose, elk, and deer, which were plentiful at that time. He retired from ranching in 1931 and spent the next three years traveling in Oregon and California. Returning to Montana he took up prospecting as a hobby, moved to Milltown, and was working a mining claim up the Blackfoor river at the time of his death. He will be remembered by a great many friends throughout Western Montana for his great sense of humor and jovial disposition. Mrs Stella Burdett, Spokane, his sister and only survivor."5
Burial*23 January 1943 He was buried on 23 January 1943 at Missoula Cemetery, Missoula, Missoula County, Montana.24,22 
BaptismLDS*12 June 1974 He was baptized (by proxy) on 12 June 1974.25 

Family 1

Della Arminda Bain b. 23 Mar 1885, d. 29 Sep 1923
Child

Family 2

Pearl George Putnam b. s 1900

Citations

  1. [S54] Standard Certificate of Death, State of Montana: John W. Maybee, Flie # 11655, Informant, sister, S. L. Burdett.
  2. [S338] World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918, online http://www.ancestry.com/search/rectype/default.aspx?rt=39
  3. [S230] Minnesota Territorial and State Censuses, 1849-1905, online ancestry.com, Yellow Medicine, Yellow Medicine County, Minnesota, Roll MNSC_19, Page 726, Family 13.
  4. [S4] Files submitted to the Mayee Society: "Yankton, City with a past" family legends.
  5. [S55] Obituary for Jack Old Pioneer Had Interesting Life, informant was probably sister Stella.
  6. [S4] Files submitted to the Mayee Society.
  7. [S129] Kay Roben Ball, "Della Bain Maybee," e-mail to John D. MayBee, 9 March 2001, Book 3, page 88 of Washington County Marriage, County Courthouse, Weiser, Idaho.
  8. [S1] Ancestry.com, Web: Western States Marriage Index, 1809-2011.
  9. [S4] Files submitted to the Mayee Society: from Della Bain's journal.
  10. [S129] Kay Roben Ball, "Della Bain Maybee," e-mail to John D. MayBee, 9 March 2001, Register of Civil Actions Book 3, Washington County, Idaho pages 331 and 435.
  11. [S76] 1910 United States Census, online ancestry.com, Bowen Twp, Beaverhead, Montana; Series: T624; Roll: 829; Page: 2B; Enumeration District: 1; Part: 1; Line: 35.
  12. [S338] World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918, online http://www.ancestry.com/search/rectype/default.aspx?rt=39, Roll 1684099, Ser# 157, No. 1062.
  13. [S44] U. S. Census of Montana for 1920, Beaverhead County, ED 9, sheet 2A, ln 7.
  14. [S304] 1920 United States Census, online ancestry.com, Wisdom Twp, Beaverhead, Montana; Roll: T625_967; Page: 2A; Enumeration District: 9; Image: 162.
  15. [S27] Orlow Billy Maybee's pension request and records from the US government.
  16. [S166] Letter, American Research Bureau to John David MayBee, February 14, 1973.
  17. [S43] The Salmon, 1925.
  18. [S53] Death Certificate - Mary A Rufus, number 049663.
  19. [S303] 1930 United States Census, online ancestry.com, Wisdom, Beaverhead, Montana, Roll: T626_1252, Page 2B, Enumeration District: 9, Image: 0128.
  20. [S374] California Voter Registrations, 1900-1968, online ancestry.com.
  21. [S4] Files submitted to the Mayee Society: letter to his daughter Mamie.
  22. [S54] Standard Certificate of Death, State of Montana: John W. Maybee, Flie # 11655.
  23. [S458] 1940 United States Census, online ancestry.com, Milltown, Missoula, Montana, Roll T627-2225, Page 7A, ED 32-21.
  24. [S382] Find A Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/, Find A Grave Memorial# 84563557.
  25. [S108] Records from Kym Hartwig Lewis, Butte, Montana.

Majesta Pearl Maybee

F, #4709, b. circa 1878, d. 1879
FatherMilo Frederick Maybee b. bt 1844 - 1845
MotherMary Amanda Rufus b. 4 Nov 1850, d. 1 May 1925
Info* Information on her came from Information from book by brother, Jack, and information from her sister, Stella. to early Maybee Society records. 
Name Variation  Majesta Pearl Maybee was also known as Dora Maude. 
Birth*circa 1878 She was born circa 1878 at in or around Yellow Medicine County, Minnesota.1 
Death*1879 She died in 1879 at Burbank, Kandiyohi County, Minnesota; overcame with smoke when a prairie fire destroyed the tent she was in. Family was on the way from Minnesota to the Black Hills.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: died age 10 months.
  2. [S43] The Salmon, 1925.

Stella Lucinda Maybee

F, #4710, b. 12 December 1880, d. 20 November 1969
FatherMilo Frederick Maybee b. bt 1844 - 1845
MotherMary Amanda Rufus b. 4 Nov 1850, d. 1 May 1925
Married Name Her married name was Burdett.1 
Name Variation  Stella Lucinda Maybee was also known as Estella.1 
Birth*12 December 1880 She was born on 12 December 1880 at Minnesota.2,3 
(Witness) Memo27 March 1881 She 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.4 
Marriage*4 July 1900 Stella Lucinda Maybee married James Burdett on 4 July 1900 at Colville, Stevens County, Washington.5 
(Witness) Census24 April 1901 Stella Lucinda Maybee appeared on the census of 24 April 1901 in the household of Robert Cairns and Mary Amanda Rufus at Trail City, British Columbia, Canada,
; Family 307
Robert Cairns, M, W, Head, M, 18 March 1860, 41, born in Ontario, Irish Origin, Canadian, Church Of England, Engineer R R
Mary Cairns, F, W, Wife, M, June 1860, 40, M, born in US, Immigrated to Canada in 1897, English Origin, American, Church Of England
Family 308
James Burdette, M, W, Head, M, 1875, 25, born in P. E. I., Irish Origin, Canadian, Church Of England, Boiler Maker
Estella Burdette, F, W, Wife, M, 1881, 19, M, born in US, Immigrated to Canada in 1897, English Origin, American, Church Of England.6 
Census*10 April 1930 Stella Lucinda Maybee appeared on the census of 10 April 1930 at Spokane, Spokane County, Washington.
Burdett, Stella L., Lodger (in a hotel). Rents for $16, F, W, 48, married at age 18, Minnesota, New York, Michigan, Housewife.7 
Residence*1936 She lived in 1936 at E177 Cleveland Avenue, Spokane, Spokane County, Washington.8 
Death*20 November 1969 She died on 20 November 1969 at Dillon, Beaverhead County, Montana, at age 88.9,3 
Burial* She was buried at Mountain View Cemetery, Dillon, Beaverhead County, Montana. 
BaptismLDS*20 September 2000 She was baptized (by proxy) on 20 September 2000. 

Family

James Burdett b. 6 Jun 1873, d. 28 Sep 1955

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. [S28] Information from Doug Lince given to Belva Perry of the Maybee Society in 1967. Family Info: Maybee/Rufus/Lince/Fitzgerald, Compiler was: Birth reported between 1878 and 1883 she was born in Minnesota . it is believed it was in Yellow Medicine County.
  3. [S2] Social SecurityDeath Index, online http://ssdi.genealogy.rootsweb.com/
  4. [S4] Files submitted to the Mayee Society: "Yankton, City with a past" family legends.
  5. [S28] Information from Doug Lince given to Belva Perry of the Maybee Society in 1967. Family Info: Maybee/Rufus/Lince/Fitzgerald, Compiler was: Washington, Marriage Records, 1865-2004.
  6. [S187] 1901 Canadian Census, online http://automatedgenealogy.com/census/index.html, Trail City, Rossland Riding/ Division Rossland), Yale & Cariboo, British Columbia; Page: 26; Dwelling 303.
  7. [S1] Ancestry.com, 1930 Census, Spokane, Spokane, Washington; Roll: T626_2518; Page: 10A; Enumeration District: 86; Image: 0056.
  8. [S56] Polk's city Directory for Spokane, Washington: 1936.
  9. [S88] Stella Burdette is dead at 85, Obituary from unknown newspaper.