Ruth Anne Cox
F, #121, b. 14 June 1923, d. 21 May 2017
|Father*||John William Cox b. 30 Nov 1899, d. May 1967|
|Mother*||Gertrude Catherine Karl b. 30 Jun 1904, d. 20 Sep 1983|
|Misc*||Ruth Anne Cox is Maybee Society Member Number 121.|
|Info*||Information on her came from Elizabeth Dorothy Lincoln Karl, #139 John A. and Mary Ellen Maybee, #58S to early Maybee Society records.|
|Married Name||Her married name was Glenn.|
|Name Variation||Ruth Anne Cox was also known as Ruthanna.|
|Birth*||14 June 1923||She was born on 14 June 1923 at Rotterdam, New York.|
|Marriage*||She married Floyd Arthur Glenn Jr.|
|Residence*||2002||Ruth Anne Cox and Floyd Arthur Glenn Jr. lived in 2002 at 107 Nott Terrace, #719, Schenectady, New York.1|
|Residence||2010||Ruth Anne Cox and Floyd Arthur Glenn Jr. lived in 2010 at 6300 Greene St., #607, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.|
|Death*||21 May 2017||Ruth Anne Cox died on 21 May 2017 at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, at age 93.2,3|
|oObit*||1 June 2017||On 1 June 2017 the obituary of Ruth Anne Cox read: Ruth Anna Glenn, 93, died in Philadelphia on Sunday, May 21 from pneumonia. She was born in Rotterdam Junction, and graduated from Woestina High School and then Katherine Gibbs in Boston. She worked several years as a secretary at General Electric. She married Floyd Glenn in 1943 and moved between IBM locations as Mr. Glenn pursued his career. Upon retirement they lived in Edinburg on the Great Sacandaga Lake and later Shaffer Heights in Schenectady until relocating to Philadelphia in 2006 to be with family. Mrs. Glenn is survived by her half-sister, Mary Tilton; her daughter, Jane Glenn; son, Floyd Glenn III; three granddaughters, and five great-grandchildren. Per Mrs. Glenn's request, there will be no memorial service and her body was donated to the Humanity Gifts Registry of Pennsylvania.4|
|Floyd Arthur Glenn Jr. b. 30 Oct 1922, d. 11 Dec 2016|
- [S522] Files submitted to the Mayee Society.
- [S1] Ancestry.com, ancestry communication message from jmlenihan.
- [S492] Submission by Kim Alexandra Mabee, Maybee Society Member No. 78., Published in The Daily Gazette Co. on June 1, 2017.
- [S492] Submission by Kim Alexandra Mabee, Maybee Society Member No. 78., Published in The Daily Gazette, Schenectady NY, on June 1, 2017.
Robert Theodore Nahas
M, #127, b. 27 January 1923, d. 7 February 2002
|Father*||Joseph K. Nahas b. 25 Feb 1888, d. 30 Jan 1939|
|Mother*||Leila Blanch Wandle b. 22 Nov 1894, d. c 1958|
|Info*||Information on him came from Robert Theodore Nahas, #127, Castro Valley, CA to early Maybee Society records.|
|Misc||Robert Theodore Nahas is Maybee Society Member Number 127.|
|Birth*||27 January 1923||He was born on 27 January 1923 at Milwaukee, Milwaukee County, Wisconsin.|
|Marriage*||1944||He married Eva Mayme Cadwalader, daughter of Arthur Belmont Cadwalader and Mabel Garretson, in 1944.|
|Death*||7 February 2002||Robert Theodore Nahas died on 7 February 2002 at Carson City, Nevada, at age 79.1|
|Eva Mayme Cadwalader b. 14 Jul 1919, d. 4 Jan 2008|
Eleanor Elizabeth Mabee
F, #129, b. 20 November 1926, d. 11 November 2011
|Father*||Harold George Mabee1 b. 2 Jun 1890, d. 6 Jun 1978|
|Mother*||Eleanor Victoria Ashman1 b. 11 Jun 1892, d. 18 Sep 1936|
|Misc||Eleanor Elizabeth Mabee is Maybee Society Member Number 129.|
|Married Name||Her married name was Schneck.|
|Birth*||20 November 1926||She was born on 20 November 1926 at New York.2,3|
|(Witness) Census||April 1930||Eleanor Elizabeth Mabee appeared on the census of April 1930 in the household of Harold George Mabee at Nunda, Livingston County, New York,|
; Harold Mabee, Head, M, W, 39, M, age at first marriage 26, New York, Canada, Canada, Merchant, Hardware
Eleanor Mabee, Daughter, F, W, 3, S, New York, New York, Canada
Maie F Simpson, Nurse, F, W, 53, S, New York, Canada, New York, Nurse, Private Family.3
|(Witness) oObit||24 September 1936||Eleanor Elizabeth Mabee was mentioned in the obituary of Eleanor Victoria Ashman on 24 September 1936 at Dansville, New York; The funeral services for Mrs. Eleanor Mabee, 44, wife of Harold Mabee, were held at the Nunda Funeral Home Monday afternoon, September 21, at two-thirty o'clock. She leaves, beside her husband, a daughter, Eleanor; three sisters, Mrs. James Dougherty, of Los Angeles, Mrs. Florence Ganne and Miss Belle Ashman, of Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada; four brothers, William Pakenhan and Percy Ashman, of Moose Jaw, Ontario, Canada, George and Albert Ashman, of Los Angeles. The Eastern Star attended the services in a body. Burial was made in Oakwood.4|
|(Witness) Marriage||7 February 1939||Eleanor Elizabeth Mabee witnessed the marriage of Harold George Mabee and Florence Mildred Miller on 7 February 1939 at Perry Center, Wyoming County, New York; A pretty wedding took place Tuesday, Feb. 7, at 4 p. m. at the borne of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rathbun, Perry Center, when Miss Florence Miller, R. N., of Craig Colony, became the bride of Harold Mabee, formerly of, Nunda, now employed at the colony. The Rev. Ernest Sanderson of Pavilion performed the ceremony in the presence of eleven guests. |
The bride was attired in an ashes of roses going-away costume with hat to match. She wore a corsage of roses and orchids.
Following .the ceremony, a luncheon was served by Mr. and Mrs. Rathbun. Mr. and Mrs. Mabee are spending a brief time in Buffalo and Niagara Falls and upon their return will reside at the Colony.
Among the guests present were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Chidsey, Mrs. William Gelser, and Miss Elizabeth Gelser of Nunda, Miss Eleanor Mabee, daughter of the bridegroom, and Mrs. Ernest Sanderson of Pavilion.5
|Census*||30 April 1940||Eleanor Elizabeth Mabee appeared on the census of 30 April 1940 at 122 South State Road, Nunda, Livingston County, New York. |
Eleanor Mabee, Boarder (with Gelser family), F, W, 13, S, attended school, completed 7 years school, born in New York.6
|Marriage*||24 August 1946||She married James Harry Schneck on 24 August 1946 at Nunda, Livingston County, New York. |
"An archway in the living room at the home of Mrs William Gelser at Nunda, prettily decorated with pink and white gladioli on a green background, formed the setting for a pretty wedding on Saturday, August 24 at 3 o'clock in the afternoon, when Miss Eleanor E. Mabee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold G. Mabee of Sonyea became the bride of James E. Schneck, son of Mi\ and Mrs. Harry Schneck of Rochester. The Rev. Ralph Webb of Sonyea performed the ceremony.
The bride, given in marriage by her father, was lovely In a gown of white crepe with a finger-tip veil which fell from a tiara of orange blossoms. She carried a bouquet of white roses.
Miss Jean Stewart was maid of honor. She wore a gown, of blue tulle and carried a bouquet of pink
Paul Schneck of Cleveland, Ohio, brother of the groom, was best man.
Immediately following the ceremony a reception was held, after which Mr. and Mrs. Schenck left on a wedding trip."7
|(Witness) oObit||15 June 1978||Eleanor Elizabeth Mabee was mentioned in the obituary of Harold George Mabee on 15 June 1978 at Caledonia, New York; Mr. Harold Mabee of Iroquois Road, Caledonia, died June 6, 1978 in the Avon Nursing Home at the age of 88.|
Canadian by birth, he had lived in this area for many years. He had been a staff attendant at Craig Colony and lived in Geneseo until a few years ago. He was active in the Masonic Lodge there.
Surviving are his wife Florence; one son, Richard, Spencerport; one daughter. Eleanor Schneck, Florida; six grandchildren, one great-grandchild; several nieces and nephews.
Friends called at the Albert Funeral Home on Main Street, Caledonia, where a Masonic service was held Thursday and funeral services on Friday at 11:00 a.m. Interment was in Mumford Rural Cemetery. Contributions to the United Presbyterian Stone Church in Caledonia will be appreciated.8
|Death*||11 November 2011||Eleanor Elizabeth Mabee died on 11 November 2011 at Strasburg, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, at age 84.9|
|oObit*||15 November 2011|| On 15 November 2011 at Rochester, New York, the obituary of Eleanor Elizabeth Mabee read: Eleanor "Ellie" (Mabee) Schneck, Strasburg, PA: 84, formerly of Longwood, FL passed away on Nov. 10, 2011 at home.|
Ellie graduated from Nunda Central School in NY, attended USC and Monroe Community College in Rochester earning a nursing degree. She practiced nursing at General Hospital and Allstate Ins. Co in Rochester and Florida Hospital in Orlando, FL.
Ellie and her husband have been members of the Nazarene Church since 1950. Ellie's greatest love in life was her family and her passion was to share her love for the Lord with all those around her through her life and actions. Travel was also a lifelong passion.
Survived by her loving husband of 65 years, James E. Schneck; her children: Bonnie (Dan) Murphy, Duxbury, MA, Jim (Felicity) Schneck, Spring Hill, FL, and Laurie (Steve) Chambers, Strasburg, PA; 5 grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren.
Friends may call on Wed., Nov. 16, 6-9 pm, at the Funeral Home of Alvah Halloran & Son, 2125 Chili Ave. Funeral, Thurs., Nov. 17, 10 am, Calvary Community Church of the Nazarene, 4045 E. Henrietta Rd., Henrietta. Rev. John Schneck officiating. Internment 2:30 pm, Hunt Hollow Cemetery, Portage, NY. Memorial contributions in Ellie's honor may be made to Calvary Church of the Nazarene, 750 Roger Williams Rd., Apopka, FL 32703.9
|James Harry Schneck|
- [S20] Submission by Eleanor Mabee Schneck (1926-2011), Maybee Society Member No. 129.
- [S1] Ancestry.com, U.S. Public Records Index.
- [S303] 1930 United States Census, online ancestry.com, Nunda, Livingston, New York, Roll: 1445, Pages 6B&7A, Enumeration District: 26, Image: 526-527.
- [S439] Old Fulton NY Post Card Website, online fultonhistory.com/Fulton_New_form.html, Dansville NY Genesee County Express, September 24, 1936.
- [S439] Old Fulton NY Post Card Website, online fultonhistory.com/Fulton_New_form.html, Perry Herald, Perry, N. Y., Wednesday, February 8, 1939.
- [S456] 1940 United States Census, online ancestry.com, Nunda, Livingston, New York, Roll T627-2623, Page 6A, ED 26-31.
- [S439] Old Fulton NY Post Card Website, online fultonhistory.com/Fulton_New_form.html, Mt. Morris NY Enterprise, September 25, 1936.
- [S439] Old Fulton NY Post Card Website, online fultonhistory.com/Fulton_New_form.html, Caledonia NY Advertiser, Thursday, June 15, 1978.
- [S440] Google Alerts from Kim Mabee MS# 78 : Published in Rochester [NY] Democrat and Chronicle on November 15, 2011.
Marcus Richard Mabee
M, #130, b. 8 March 1936, d. 12 March 2013
|Father*||Marcus Richard Mabee1 b. 24 Jul 1898, d. 16 Oct 1952|
|Mother*||Mabel Ellen Webber b. 21 Mar 1902, d. Dec 1967|
|Nickname||Marcus Richard Mabee also went by the name of Dick.|
|Misc||He is Maybee Society Member Number 130.|
|Name Variation||Marcus Richard Mabee was also known as Jr.|
|Name Variation||Marcus Richard Mabee was also known as Richard.|
|Birth*||8 March 1936||He was born on 8 March 1936 at Albany, Albany County, New York.|
|(Witness) Census||1 April 1940||Marcus Richard Mabee appeared on the census of 1 April 1940 in the household of Marcus Richard Mabee and Mabel Ellen Webber at 167 So Main Avenue, Albany, Albany County, New York,|
; Marcus R Mabee, owns home worth $14, 000, Head, M, W, 44, M, completed 4 years college, born in New York, residence 1 April 1935 was Kenmore, New York, Manager, Life Insurance Company, wages earned $5000+ in 1939
Mabel W Mabee, Wife, F, W, 38, M, completed 4 years high school, born in French Canada, residence 1 April 1935 was Kenmore, New York
Nancy J Mabee, Daughter, F, W, 8, S, attended school, completed 2 years school, born in New York, residence 1 April 1935 was Kenmore, New York
Marcus R Mabee, Son, M, W, 4, S, born in New York.2
|Marriage*||Marcus Richard Mabee married Johanna Marie Koch.|
|(Witness) oObit||18 October 1952||Marcus Richard Mabee was mentioned in the obituary of Marcus Richard Mabee on 18 October 1952 at Niagara Falls, New York; Marcus R. Mabie of 891 Amherst St. died Oct 16, 1952. Beloved husband of Mabel Webber Mabie; father of Nancy and Richard Mabie, son of Alice and the late Eugene Mabie, brother of Mrs. F. C. Masters of Niagara Falls. Ont. Friends may call at tht Bury Funeral Home. 3070 Delaware Ave. cor. Kinsey where funeral services will be held Monday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock. Friends art invited.3|
|(Witness) oObit||28 March 1955||Marcus Richard Mabee was mentioned in the obituary of Alice Dale on 28 March 1955 at Niagara Falls, New York; Mrs. Alice Dale Mabee. 95, died yesterday (March 27, 1955) in this city. [Niagara Falls, Ontario]|
She was born in Royalton, N.Y., in 1860, and came to Niagara Falls, N.Y., more than 65 years ago as a bride. She was an active member of the First Congregational Church during that time. For the past 18 months she had been residing with her daughter. Mrs. F. C. Masters, this city. Her husband, the late Eugene H. Mabee, predeceased her in 1933, and her only son, Marcus R. Mabee, died in 1953.
Besides her daughter, Mrs. Mabee is survived by three grandchildren, Mrs. R. Flagg, in California; Richard R. Mabee, Buffalo, N.Y., and Edward C. Masters, and three great grandchildren, all of this city; one sister, Miss Etta Dale, Lockport, N.Y., and one brother, Leonard T. Dale, in Arizona.
The body is at the funeral chapel of Hetherington and Deans, Victoria Ave. Service in the chapel Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. Interment in Mt. Ridge Cemetery, Royalton, N.Y.4
|(Witness) oObit||1955||Marcus Richard Mabee was mentioned in the obituary of Alice Dale in 1955 at Lockport, Niagara County, New York; Mrs Alice Dale Mabee, formerly of Niagara Falls, N. Y., widow of the late Eugene H. Mabee, passed away on March 12, 1955 in her 95th year. Mrs Mabee was born in the Town of Royalton and came to Niagara Falls, N. Y. over 65 years ago as a bride. She had been an active member of the First Congregational Church. For the last 11 months she resided with her daughter, Mrs. F. Cecil Masters of Niagara Falls, Ontario. Her husband, Eugene H., predeceased her in 1932 and an only son, Marcus R., in 1983. She is survived by her daughter, Mrs F. Cecil Masters and three grandchildren, Mrs Roger Flagg (Nancy) of California; Richard E. Mabee of Buffalo, N. Y; and Edward C. Masters of Niagara Falls, Ontario; also one sister Miss Etta Dale of Lockport and one brother Edward T. Dale of Phoenix, Ariz. Mrs Mabee is resting at the Hetherington Dean Funeral Home in Niagara Falls, Ontario. Funerl arrangements will be given later.5|
|Residence*||Marcus Richard Mabee lived at Buffalo, Erie County, New York.|
|Death*||12 March 2013||He died on 12 March 2013 at Stuart, Martin County, Florida, at age 77.6|
|oObit*||13 May 2013|| On 13 May 2013 at Buffalo, Erie County, New York, the obituary of Marcus Richard Mabee read: A memorial service for Marcus Richard "Dick" Mabee, a well-known Buffalo real estate agent and longtime Elmwood Village resident, will be at 2 p.m. May 24 in Church of the Ascension, North Street at Linwood Avenue.|
Mr. Mabee died March 12 in Stuart, Fla., after a two-decade battle against Parkinson's disease. He was 77.
Born in Albany on March 8, 1936, he was descended from early Dutch settlers in the upstate area, a proud distinction that inspired his lifelong love of New York State history. Before moving to Florida in 2001, he donated much of his extensive book collection to the 1700s-era Mabee Farm Historic Site in Rotterdam Village, the oldest standing home in the Mohawk Valley.
After moving to Buffalo as a child, he attended public schools, graduating from Bennett High School in 1954. He attended the University of Buffalo. During the 1960s, he was a salesman for Rugby sportswear in New York, Oklahoma, Arkansas and Texas, and trained new sales employees in those and other states. He served in the Army Reserve.
Mr. Mabee later owned Scrimshander Antiques in Allentown, which featured folk art, including furniture, painting and sculpture, and was especially known for its American glassware.
In 1972, he joined the Gurney Becker & Bourne real estate agency, where he reconnected with childhood friend James Bourne and, over a nearly 30-year career in residential and commercial sales, developed a reputation as an expert in architecturally significant properties. He retired as a vice president in 2001.
He was a past member of the Buffalo Board of Realtors and the city Landmark and Preservation Board, where he headed the committee that set boundaries and guidelines for preservation districts. He served on the Buffalo & Erie County Historical Society members advisory board.
Mr. Mabee was a board member of Forever Elmwood, which grew into the Elmwood Village Association. A collector of Mark Twain early editions, he also focused on state history and his family's genealogy. He was a member of Friends of the Mabee House and, after moving to Stuart, became a docent and storyteller at the Elliott Museum.
His many interests included music, travel and fishing, particularly in Ontario's Temagami region.
"Dick was easygoing, entertaining and knowledgeable," characteristics that attracted a wide range of friends, James Bourne said.
A lifelong Episcopalian, Mr. Mabee was a vestryman and senior warden at Church of the Ascension and was a lay representative of the Western New York Diocese at a national church convention.
Survivors include his wife, Johanna Koch Mabee; a son, Marcus Jacob "Jake"; and a sister, Nancy Mabee Flagg.6
|Johanna Marie Koch|
- [S333] Submission by Marcus Mabee (1936-2013), Maybee Society Member No. 130.
- [S456] 1940 United States Census, online ancestry.com, Albany, Albany, New York, Roll T627-2820, Page 62A, ED 63-88.
- [S439] Old Fulton NY Post Card Website, online fultonhistory.com/Fulton_New_form.html, The Niagara Falls NY Gazette, Saturday, October 18, 1952.
- [S439] Old Fulton NY Post Card Website, online fultonhistory.com/Fulton_New_form.html, Niagara Falls NY Gazette, March 28, 1955.
- [S248] Submission by Jeanine M Kowalski, Maybee Society Member No. 317., Obituary in the Lockport Union Sun and Journal, from the Royalton Historical office.
- [S440] Google Alerts from Kim Mabee MS# 78 : from The Buffalo [NY] News, May 13, 2013.
William Jerome Croff
M, #132, b. 3 August 1924, d. 22 November 1996
|Father*||Charles Eugene Croff b. 2 Nov 1874, d. 2 Apr 1935|
|Mother*||Edna Mae Compton b. 20 Jul 1892, d. 4 Dec 1963|
|Misc*||William Jerome Croff is Maybee Society Member was # 132.|
|Misc||He is Maybee Society Member 132, now deceased. His nephew Donald Acheson ID 400 assumed his membership.|
|Birth*||3 August 1924||He was born on 3 August 1924 at Flint, Michigan.1,2|
|Residence||between 1990 and 1996||He lived between 1990 and 1996 at Okeechobee, Florida.1|
|Residence*||1993||He lived in 1993 at Elgin, Texas.|
|Death*||22 November 1996||He died on 22 November 1996 at Highlands County, Florida, at age 72.3|
|oObit*||February 1997|| In February 1997 the obituary of William Jerome Croff read: William J. Croff was born August 3, 1924, in Flint, Michigan. His great-great grandfather, William Compton of Yorkshire, England, married Betsey Maybee on March 12, 1792. She was born in Belleville, Ontario, Canada. Their children were born in the United States and William's family lived in Michigan.|
At the age of 12 William was awarded an art scholarship to the Flint Institute of Arts where he studied drawing and painting with Jaroslav Brozik and L. Dirk Van Dyke.
At the age of 15 he won prizes in local and national art competitions. He graduated from Flint Central High School and continued his studies at the Kansas City Art Institute where, after earning a four year diploma in painting, he received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree, studying with Ross Braught and Wallace Rosenbauer. He also studied at the University of Buffalo with water colorist, Charles Burchfield. At the Art Students League of New York, he was a student under Edward Dickinson, Jon Corbino, Morris Kantor and Yasuo Kuniyoshi. His studies continued at Michigan State University, Fairleigh Dickinson University and The National Technical Institute, the School of Painting and Sculpture. The last two schools are located in Mexico City. While he was a student in Mexico he became acquainted with the Mexican Muralists Diego Rivera and David Siqueiros. While there he also spent much time with the Mexican landscape painter, Dr. Atl. Mr. Croff completed graduate work in school administration, supervision, and curriculum development at Kutztown State College, Peterson State College, and received his Master of Education degree in Art Education from Pennsylvania State University at Indiana. Mr. Croff started his teaching career in Flint, Michigan, later moving to Michigan State Boy's Vocational School. Three years later he accepted a teaching position at Hampstead Hill Junior High School, the largest Junior High School in Baltimore. He taught art, civics, geography and history before becoming head of the art department. He also taught at Washington School and Honiss Schools in Dumont. While Art Coordinator at Honiss School he was elected to membership in an international graduate fraternity of men in the field of education. Membership is by invitation only.
A professional artist, he was president of the North Hudson Art League. Members of this non-profit organization raised funds to build an art museum in North Bergen, New Jersey, known as the Titus Museum of Art. He was a member of the Art in Education Association, the Institute for the Study of Art in Education, the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, Kappa Delta Pi Undergraduate Honor Society in Education and Montclair State College Chapter of Phi Delta Kappa He was the recipient of the Kent State University's Research Center Scholarship in 1972 for the Study of Socialistic Education which was held in the Soviet Union.
During World War II he served in the U.S. Navy as a Petty officer in charge of a gun crew. He saw action in the South Pacific and in the North Atlantic. The ship in which he served took a direct hit while supporting the Battle of the Bulge and he survived a German torpedo boat attack in the English Channel.
He was preceded in death by his mother, Edna Compton Croff; and is survived by one sister, a niece and three nephews as well as many dear friends. No immediate services were held, but a memorial service will be conducted in the spring of 1997 at the Bird Cemetery in Elba, Michigan.1
- [S128] Information printed in the Maybee Society Communicator : #33.
- [S2] Social SecurityDeath Index, online https://www.ancestry.com/search/collections/ssdi/, and U.S., Social Security Applications and Claims Index, 1936-2007.
- [S2] Social SecurityDeath Index, online https://www.ancestry.com/search/collections/ssdi/, and Florida Death Index, 1877-1998.
David Wayne Mabie
M, #134, b. 30 October 1937, d. 15 August 2005
|Father*||David Henry Mabie1 b. 8 Jul 1915, d. 4 Aug 1987|
|Mother*||Mary Eleanor Bowerman1 b. 2 Nov 1917, d. 7 Feb 2004|
|Misc||David Wayne Mabie is Maybee Society Member Number 134.|
|Name Variation||David Wayne Mabie was also known as Wayne.|
|Name Variation||David Wayne Mabie was also known as D. Wayne.|
|Birth*||30 October 1937||He was born on 30 October 1937 at Saint Mary's Hospital, Amsterdam, Montgomery County, New York.2,3|
|(Witness) Census||3 May 1940||David Wayne Mabie appeared on the census of 3 May 1940 in the household of David Henry Mabie and Mary Eleanor Bowerman at RD # 4, Amsterdam Township, Montgomery County, New York,|
; David Mabie, Head, M, W, 24, M, completed 4 years high school, born in New York, Farm Help, wages earned in 1939 - $600
Mary Mabie, Wife, F, W, 22, M, completed 4 years high school, born in New York
David W Mabie, Son, M, W, 3, S, born in New York
Robert Mabie, Son, M, W, 1, S, born in New York.4
|(Witness) oObit||6 May 1959||David Wayne Mabie was mentioned in the obituary of Bertha Ella Neiholz on 6 May 1959 at Amsterdam, Montgomery County, New York; Bertha E. Neiholz, widow of Hanson D. Mabie, died Tuesday morning at her home on Upper Steadwell Ave.|
A lifelong resident of Amsterdam, she was born in this city Aug. 13, 1881, a daughter of Henry and Katherine Reinhardt. Neiholz, and was married to Mr. Mabie Feb. 5, 1908. Mr. Mabie died Nov. 12, 1957.
Mrs. Mabie and her husband were among the organizers of 4-H Club work in Montgomery County and last 'year she was presented a citation for her many years of. service to the 4-H Clubs of the county. Also interested in grange work, she was a member of Scattergood Grange, 1514, of Hagaman, Montgomery County Pomona Grange and the state and national granges. She was a member of t h e Valley View Home Bureau and the Auxiliary of the
Fort Johnson Fire Dept.
Mrs. Mabie was a member of the Emmanuel Presbyterian Church, but attended the First Baptist Church.
She is survived by one son, David H. Mabie, Canajoharie; two daughters. Mrs. Richard McVedder and Miss Maerian Mabie, Amsterdam, slx-grandchildren, Miss Renee Mabie and Karl Hanson Mabie, Canajoharie, Miss Shannon Vedder and Richard Lee Vedder, Amsterdam, Robert Johnson Mabie, Cobleskill, and David Wayne Mabie Ellenburg Depot; also several cousins.5
|Marriage*||27 June 1964||David Wayne Mabie married Brenda Marie Quick, daughter of Francis George Quick and Maud Constable, on 27 June 1964 at Kerhonkson, New York. |
"Miss Brenda Marie Quick, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Francis G. Quick, Kerhonkson . exchanged marriage vows June 27, at the Kerhonkson Federated Church with David Wayne Mabie. Stone Ridge, son of Mr and Mrs. David Mabie, Canajoharie The Rev. Robert Grupe, pastor, performed the double ring ceremony before an altar decorated with vases of white gladioli. Miss Christine Gorham, Stone Ridge, was soloist and Miss Sharon Quick, cousin of the bride, of Kerhonkson was organist. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Miss Judith A. Waruch, Accord, was maid of honor; Mrs. William Whispell, Kerhonkson, and Miss Renee J. Mabie, Canajoharie, sister of the bridegroom, were attendants. Miss Connie Barringer, Samsonville, cousin of the bride, was flower girl.. Robert J. Mabie, Fonda, brother of the bridegroom, was best man. Ushers were Arthur Stockin, Kerhonkson, and Karl H. Mabie, Canajorharie, brother of the bridegroom. Bruce L. Grupe of Stone Ridge was ring bearer. Following the ceremony a reception was held at the Kerhonkson Fire Hall with over 200 guests
The bride is a graduate of Rondout Valley Central School in 1962, and is employed at the Kerhonkson National Bank. The bridegroom was graduated from Canajoharie Central School in 1957, and from Cobleskill Agricultural and Technical Institute. He is the director of the cafeteria of the Rondout Valley Central School."6
|(Witness) Marriage||7 August 1965||David Wayne Mabie witnessed the marriage of Robert Johnson Mabie and Loretta Ann Campbell on 7 August 1965 at Canajoharie, New York; Miss Loretta Ann Campbell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Campbell, 114 Bleecker St., Gloversville, was married at 1pm, Aug. 7 to Robert J. Mabie. Mr. Mabie is the son of Mr. and Mrs. David Mabie, Canajoharie, RD 2. |
The Rev. Earl Van Leeuwen, pastor, performed the double ring ceremony in the Reformed Church here. Mrs. William B. MacKenzie was the organist and Mrs. John North as soloist.
Mrs. Robert D'Errico, Schenectady, attended her sister as matron of honor. Miss Renee Mabie, the bridegroom's sister, served as bridesmaid David Mabie, Kerhonkson. was his brother's best man. Ushering were Robert D'Errico, Schenectady; James Collins, Fonda, and Wayne Folmsbee, Thomas Maxwell, Fort Plain, was the ring bearer. He is the bridegroom's cousin.
The new Mrs. Mabie is an alumna of the State University College at Oswego. She teaches at Pleasant Avenue School in Johnstown. Mr. Mabie was graduated from the State University Agricultural and Technical Institute in Cobleskill. He is affiliated with the Niagara Mohawk Power Corp., Amsterdam.7
|(Witness) Marriage||22 March 1969||David Wayne Mabie witnessed the marriage of Karl Hanson Mabie and Betty Ann Kietzmann on 22 March 1969 at Amsterdam, Montgomery County, New York; St. Luke's Church, Amsterdam, was the setting on March 22 for the marriage of Miss Betty Ann Kietzmann, daughter of Mrs. Anna Kietzmann of Hagaman and Karl Hanson Mabie. son of Mr. and Mrs. David H. Mabie of Canajoharie. Officiating at the ceremony was the Rev. Floyd H. Mover.|
Given in marriage by her brother, Howard Kietzmann, the bride was attended by Mrs. Howard Kietzmann as matron of honor. Best man was Frank Merolli of Whitinsville, Mass., and ushering the guests were the brothers of the bridegroom, David W. Mabie and Robert J. Mabie.
Following the ceremony, a Wedding reception was held at Butch's Drum in Amsterdam. Upon their return from a wedding trip to Darlington, S. C, and Washington, D. C, the newlyweds will reside at 37 North Blvd., Hagaman.
A graduate of Wilbur H. Lynch High School, Amsterdam, the bride is employed by Montco Manufacturing Co. in that city. Mr. Mabie was graduated from Canajoharie High School and is employed at Nadler Bros. Dairy in Amsterdam.8
|(Witness) oObit||24 August 2002||David Wayne Mabie was mentioned in the obituary of Karl Hanson Mabie on 24 August 2002 at Fulton, New York; Karl H. Mabie, 55, of Fulton, formerly of Marshville, died Wednesday, Aug. 14.|
Born April 9, 1947 in Amsterdam, he was the son of David and Mary Bowerman Mabie. He was a 1965 graduate of Canajoharie High School.
For over 30 years, Mr. Mabie worked as an over-the-road truck driver until becoming the Sidekit Division Northeast Regional Coordinator for Werner Enterprises based out of Omaha, Neb.
He was an avid NASCAR, Winston Cup Division, and NASCAR modified division race fan. He was also a Mapletown Subordinate, Pomona and NYS Grange member.
Surviving are his mother, Mary B. Mabie of Marshville; two sons, Donald Mabie of Hamilton and Kyle Mabie of Hagaman; a daughter, Lauren Mabie of Hagaman; two brothers, D. Wayne Mabie of Ballston Lake and Robert Mabie of Gloversville; a sister, Renee Merolli of Douglas, Mass; a grandson; a step-grandson; and several nieces, nephews and cousins.
A memorial service was held Sunday at the Marshville Evangelical Church, Marshville, with the Rev. Robert Dievendorf officiating.
Interment will take place in the Ames Cemetery at a later date. There will be no calling hours.
Memorial contributions may be made to the Marshville Evangelical Church or the Ayres Memorial Animal Shelter.9
|(Witness) oObit||19 February 2004||David Wayne Mabie was mentioned in the obituary of Mary Eleanor Bowerman on 19 February 2004 at Gloversville, Fulton County, New York; Mary B. Mabie, 86, of Marshville Rd. passed away Saturday evening at the Milford Whitinsville Regional Hospital in Milford, Massachusetts after a brief illness. She was the last surviving child of Silas Gifford and Sarah Ketchum Bowerman and was born in Canajoharie on November 2, 1917. Mrs. Mabie was employed as head cashier and bookkeeper for the Victory Market in Canajoharie and later for Beechnut Mfg., before she retired in 1972. She then went on to serve as a home health aide. Active in church and civic endeavors, she was Sunday school teacher and treasurer for over thirty years at the Marshville Evangelical Church.|
A member of the Mapletown Grange for over seventy years, she served on the New York State and National Granges as lady assistant steward and chairperson of the State Women's Committee. For twenty years, she was the assistant superintendent of the Grange exhibits at the New York State Fair in Syracuse. For thirty-five years she was a member and past matron of the Otsquago Chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star. Years ago, Mrs. Mabie was past president of the Canajoharie Parents and Teachers Association.
Her love for her family, birds, flowers and sewing and crocheting is how she will be remembered.
On January 2, 1937, she was united in marriage to David H. Mabie, a union that lasted for fifty years before he passed away in 1987. Her son, Karl Mabie, also predeceased her in 2002.
Survivors include her children, D. Wayne Mabie (Brenda) of Ballston Lake, Robert J. Mabie of Gloversville and
Renee Merolli of Douglas, MA: eight grandchildren; fifteen great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.
A celebration of her life will take place on Saturday at 11 a.m. at the Marshville Evangelical Church, the
Rev. Kenneth Dingman officiating. Relatives and friends are invited and may call today from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. at the Lenz and Betz Funeral Home, 69 Otsego Street, Canajoharie, where an Eastern Star service will be held at 7 p.m.
Spring burial is in the Ames Cemetery.10
|Death*||15 August 2005||David Wayne Mabie died on 15 August 2005 at West Side Drive, Ballston Lake, New York, at age 67.11,12|
|oObit*||17 August 2005|| On 17 August 2005 at Albany, New York, the obituary of David Wayne Mabie read: Wayne Mabie, 67, died on August 15, 2005 at his home on West Side Drive in Ballston Lake. Born in Amsterdam (New York) on October 30, 1937, the son of David and Mary Bowerman Mabie, Wayne was a graduate of Canajoharie H.S. and SUNY at Cobleskill. He was a member of the Zeta Alpha Phi Fraternity. Following school, he held varies (sic) school lunch director positions prior to serving in the U.S. Army as an Army specialist and sharpshooter. He later received his bachelor's degree from Empire State College. He married Brenda Quick on June 27, 1964 in Kerhonkson, N.Y. The couple moved to Ballston Lake in 1968. Mr. Mabie taught at SCCC and FMCC as a certified culinary educator. As an adjunct professor, Mr. Mabie retired from Albany VOTECH Center in 2000. Wayne was beloved by his students, co-workers and faculty. He was upstate manager of ARA at the Saratoga Flat Track and the Capital District Central NY Chef's Association as well as its president. Wayne was actively involved with his church in youth groups and choir. He was director of Ballston Lake's Improvement Association and past president; American Legion Post 1817 and the Fort Plain Masonic Lodge 433, and the Vocational Club of America. He enjoyed boating and swimming and spending time at the lake. Survivors include his wife, Brenda Mabie of Ballston Lake; two children, David F. Mabie and his wife Kim of Buford, Ga. and Marcy J. Todd and her husband Jeff of Roanoke, Va; grandchildren, |
Michael Ray and Morgan Ryleigh Todd;
Jenna Elizabeth, Kelsea Nicole and
Kendall Grace Mabie; a brother,
Robert J. Mabie of Gloversville and sister
Renee J. Merolli of Douglas, Mass. Wayne was predeceased by both his parents and a brother, Karl H. Mabie. Many nieces and nephews survive. A memorial service and Eucharist will be celebrated Saturday, August 20 at 11 a.m. at the Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd, 547 Saratoga Rd. with the Rev. Gary Sandburg officiating. The family has requested comfortable clothes be worn to the service for a celebration of Wayne's life will follow at the Fireman's Grove and Picnic Grounds on Main Street, Ballston Lake. The Family will receive relatives and friends Friday 5-8 p.m. at the Glenville Funeral Home, 9 Glenridge Road (off Rte. 50). In lieu of flowers, memorials are to be sent in memory of D. Wayne Mabie to the Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd. Visit online: glenvillefuneralhome.com to post a memorial or receive directions.11
|Brenda Marie Quick|
- [S123] Descendants of William and Sophia Scripture Mabie.
- [S439] Old Fulton NY Post Card Website, online fultonhistory.com/Fulton_New_form.html, Amsterdam NY Daily Democrat and Recorder, Monday, November 1, 1937.
- [S2] Social SecurityDeath Index, online https://www.ancestry.com/search/collections/ssdi/, and U.S., Social Security Applications and Claims Index, 1936-2007.
- [S456] 1940 United States Census, online ancestry.com, Amsterdam Twp, Montgomery, New York, Roll T627-2682, Page 6B, ED 29-39.
- [S439] Old Fulton NY Post Card Website, online fultonhistory.com/Fulton_New_form.html, The Amsterdam NY Evening Recorder, Wednesday, May 6, 1959.
- [S439] Old Fulton NY Post Card Website, online fultonhistory.com/Fulton_New_form.html, Kingston NY Daily Freeman, July 21, 1964.
- [S439] Old Fulton NY Post Card Website, online fultonhistory.com/Fulton_New_form.html, Utica NY Daily Press, August 12, 1965.
- [S439] Old Fulton NY Post Card Website, online fultonhistory.com/Fulton_New_form.html, Schenectady NY Gazette, Saturday, March 29, 1969.
- [S439] Old Fulton NY Post Card Website, online fultonhistory.com/Fulton_New_form.html, Obituaries, Fulton NY, August 24, 2002.
- [S128] Information printed in the Maybee Society Communicator : Obituary, issue 60, from The Leader-Herald, Gloversville, NY, 19 Feb 2004.
- [S128] Information printed in the Maybee Society Communicator : #66, from the Albany Times Union, Aug. 1, 2005.
- [S206] Email sent to John MayBee the MayBee Society database coordinator:from from Kim Mabee, e-mail address, 17 Aug 2005.
John Lawson Weihing
M, #138, b. 26 February 1921, d. 26 February 2003
|Father*||Henry John Weihing b. 7 Jan 1881, d. 6 Oct 1957|
|Mother*||Clara Adele Krull b. 21 Sep 1884, d. 18 May 1942|
|Info*||Information on him came from John L. & Shirley W. Weihing. #138 to early Maybee Society records.|
|Misc||John Lawson Weihing is Maybee Society Member Number 138.|
|Birth*||26 February 1921||He was born on 26 February 1921 at Rocky Ford, Otero County, Colorado.|
|MilService*||John Lawson Weihing was in the military, In world war II, a Lt. he jumped into France the night before D-day.|
|Marriage*||18 August 1948||He married Shirley Ruth Wilkerson, daughter of Chalmer Thomas Wilkerson and Frances Amy Eby, on 18 August 1948 at Coleridge, Cedar County, Nebraska.|
|Occupation*||John Lawson Weihing was a PHD in plant pathology, Director for the 10 counties in Western Nebraska of the University of Nebraska in extension teaching and research. John was a Nebraska State Senator and is now enjoying his retirement in Gering, Nebraska.|
|Death*||26 February 2003||He died on 26 February 2003 at Gering, Scotts Bluff County, Nebraska, at age 82.1|
|Shirley Ruth Wilkerson|
Elizabeth Dorothy Lincoln
F, #139, b. 21 June 1915, d. 30 August 2009
|Father*||Grey Curtes Lincoln b. 7 May 1878|
|Mother*||Elizabeth D. Sieper b. 1876|
|Info*||Information on her came from Elizabeth Dorothy Lincoln Karl, #139 to early Maybee Society records.|
|Misc||Elizabeth Dorothy Lincoln is Maybee Society Member Number 139.|
|Married Name||Her married name was Karl.|
|Birth*||21 June 1915||She was born on 21 June 1915 at Rotterdam Junction, Schenectady County, New York.|
|Marriage*||12 October 1945||She married Frederick Randall Karl, son of William M. Karl and Helen Jane Gardinier, on 12 October 1945 at 143rd Street Congregational Church, New York City, New York.|
|Residence*||2000||Elizabeth Dorothy Lincoln lived in 2000 at 327 Karl Street, Schenectady, New York.1|
|Death*||30 August 2009||She died on 30 August 2009 at Schenectady, Schenectady County, New York, at age 94.2|
|Frederick Randall Karl b. 30 Mar 1900, d. 19 Jun 1971|
Larry Gene Mabee
M, #141, b. 25 March 1943, d. 16 December 2012
|Father*||John Couchman Mabee1 b. 21 Aug 1921, d. 24 Apr 2002|
|Mother*||Betty Lee Murphy1 b. 5 Apr 1921, d. 15 Feb 2010|
|Info*||Information on him came from John & Betty Couchman Mabee, #43 (His parents). to early Maybee Society records.|
|Misc*||Larry Gene Mabee is Maybee Society Member Number 141.|
|Birth*||25 March 1943||He was born on 25 March 1943 at Henderson, Clark County, Nevada.1|
|Marriage*||30 June 1963||He married Barbara Ann Clark on 30 June 1963 at San Diego County, California.2|
|Divorce*||30 March 1983||Larry Gene Mabee and Barbara Ann Clark were divorced on 30 March 1983 at San Diego County, California.3|
|Residence*||2000||Larry Gene Mabee lived in 2000 at Rancho Santa Fe, California.|
|(Witness) oObit||He was mentioned in the obituary of John Couchman Mabee; John and Betty Mabee founded Golden Eagle Farm in Ramona, Cal., possibly the most successful and formidable breeding operations in California. John Mabee died on April 24, 2002, at age 80, after complications from a stroke suffered a week earlier. He is survived by Betty, his wife of 60 years, a son, Larry, and three grandchildren.|
Betty, with Larry's assistance, has carried on the operation of Golden Eagle Farm ... Golden Eagle has scaled back its involvement since John's death, and in 2007, it was announced that they would sell the flagship farm in Ramona and disperse approximately 250 horses over the course of a year. They will retain a handful of broodmares and move to a smaller farm in Rancho Santa Fe by 2009
The Mabees moved to California in 1941 from Iowa and built a corner grocery store in San Diego into the Big Bear supermarket chain. From the profits of Big Bear, which was sold in 1991, Golden Eagle Farm was born. In 1984 Mabee founded the Golden Eagle Insurance, a workers' compensation carrier in California. The company was sold in 1997 after a battle with California insurance regulators.4
|(Witness) oObit||16 February 2010||Larry Gene Mabee was mentioned in the obituary of Betty Lee Murphy on 16 February 2010 at Los Angeles, California; Betty L. Mabee, a dedicated philanthropist who with her husband, John, built one of California's leading thoroughbred breeding farms in the hills of Ramona, Calif., died Monday. She was 88.|
Mabee died at her Rancho Santa Fe, Calif., home near San Diego after an extended illness, announced her only child, Larry.
Between 1990 and 2001, the Mabees were consistently named California's leading breeders. In the 1990s, they won three Eclipse Awards as the outstanding thoroughbred breeder in North America.
The Mabees were a true team, said Joe Harper, president of the Del Mar Thoroughbred Club.
"For many years, they had the most successful breeding operation in the state. They also were both instrumental in Del Mar racetrack being... one of the most successful tracks in the country," he said.
After her husband died at 80 in 2002, Mabee and her son continued to run Golden Eagle Farm, a 568-acre spread that the family established in 1972.
She also moved into the Del Mar boardroom in 2002, becoming only the second woman in the track's history to hold such a post.
Her favorite racehorse was Best Pal, who was bred at her farm and won more than $5.6 million, including the inaugural running of the $1-million Pacific Classic at Del Mar in 1991.
Born in Unionville, Mo., in 1921, Mabee grew up on an Iowa farm, as did her future husband. High school sweethearts, they married in 1941.
After moving to San Diego in 1943, the couple invested $2,000 in a mom-and-pop grocery store that grew into the Big Bear supermarket chain. They sold it in the early 1990s.
"When you have a store about the size of a family room, and there are only two people, you are it," Mabee told The San Diego Union-Tribune in 1991. "All of our farm training didn't hurt.... We were used to working from dawn until dark."
From 1984 to 1997, the Mabees also owned the Golden Eagle Insurance Co., which had more than 1,300 employees.
Dedicated to community projects, she started a secondhand thrift shop in Chula Vista to support San Diego's Aseltine School for children with learning disabilities. She also founded a number of auxiliaries and volunteered widely.
In 1957, her interest in racing had been sparked by the purchase of two yearling thoroughbreds, the Coal Baron and War Missile.
Racing "has been such a wonderful world," Mabee said in 2002. "I couldn't imagine being without it."
In addition to her son, she is survived by three grandchildren.5
|Death*||16 December 2012||Larry Gene Mabee died on 16 December 2012 at Rancho Santa Fe, San Diego County, California, at age 69.1|
|oObit*||17 December 2012|| On 17 December 2012 at San Diego County, California, the obituary of Larry Gene Mabee read: Larry Mabee, the son of legendary horse breeders John and Betty Mabee of Golden Eagle Farm, died Sunday at his home in Rancho Santa Fe.|
Mabee, 69, lost his battle with prostate cancer. He died at his home with his family at his side. Family members included his wife, Christine Mabee, and son, John, and daughters, Laura and Melissa, and golden retriever, Angel.
Mabee was part of a horse breeding operation that once was the most productive in California and one of the top ones in the U.S.
No public service is planned, but there will be a private service for immediate family members in the near future.
At one time, Golden Eagle Farm had 800 racehorses on the Ramona property and produced hundreds of stake winners. It has been reduced to around 50 horses in recent years.
There is no word on what will happen to Golden Eagle Farm, but speculation is that it will remain operating at its current capacity.6
|oObit||3 March 2013||On 3 March 2013 at San Diego, California, the obituary of Larry Gene Mabee read: Larry Gene Mabee, 69, passed away at his home in Ranch Santa Fe, CA on December 16, 2012, from prostate cancer. He is survived by his wife Christine Mabee; his three children John Mabee, Melissa Mabee, and Laura Boswell; and his grandson Matthew Boswell. Family held a private graveside service on January 5, 2013. Born on March 25, 1943 in Henderson, Nevada to John Couchman Mabee and Betty Lee Murphy Mabee, Larry moved to San Diego, CA at the age of two. He graduated from Crawford High School in 1961 and married Barbara Ann Clark Mabee with whom he had his three children. He worked with his parents to build Big Bear Supermarkets from a corner store into a successful chain across San Diego County. He sold Big Bear Supermarkets in 1993 and pursued his other life interests including travel and cooking. Upon his father's death in 2002, Larry took over Golden Eagle Farm, a thoroughbred breeding operation, and ran it until his death. He was also actively involved in the operation of his numerous commercial and residential real estate holdings in San Diego County. Larry was a man who was larger than life and lived life to the fullest. He cared deeply for those around him and was known to quietly perform acts of generosity for those in need.7|
|Barbara Ann Clark|
- [S440] Google Alerts from Kim Mabee MS# 78 : obit published in San Diego Union-Tribune on March 3, 2013.
- [S1] Ancestry.com, California Marriage Index, 1960-1985.
- [S1] Ancestry.com, California Divorce Index, 1966-1984.
- [S192] Information taken from the Internet by John MayBee #8 : http://www.ntra.com/stats_bios.aspx?id=3355, NTRA.com biography database.
- [S192] Information taken from the Internet by John MayBee #8 : Los Angeles Times, by Valerie J. Nelson, Tue, Feb 16 2010.
- [S440] Google Alerts from Kim Mabee MS# 78 : from The North County Times, Escondido, CA, 17 Dec 2012.
- [S440] Google Alerts from Kim Mabee MS# 78 : Published in San Diego Union-Tribune on March 3, 2012.
Mary Edith Rahn1
F, #142, b. 19 July 1926, d. 2 November 2019
|Father*||Harry Albert Rahn1 b. 30 Sep 1896, d. 24 Nov 1953|
|Mother*||Beulah Neva Wilson b. 18 Dec 1905, d. 19 Apr 1951|
|Misc||Mary Edith Rahn is Maybee Society Member Number 142.|
|Info*||Information on her came from Mary Edith Ward, #142. to early Maybee Society records.|
|Married Name||Her married name was Ward.|
|Name Variation||Mary Edith Rahn was also known as Edith.2|
|Birth*||19 July 1926||She was born on 19 July 1926 at Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan.1|
|(Witness) Census||11 April 1940||Mary Edith Rahn appeared on the census of 11 April 1940 in the household of Harry Albert Rahn and Beulah Neva Rahn at 2641 Sixth Street, Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan,|
; Harry Rahn, Head, M, W, 42, Married, completed 2 years college, born in Illinois, unemployed 104 weeks, usual work Lithographer, US Lake Survey
Beulah Rahn, Wife, F, W, 34, Married, completed 4 years high school, born in Canada, naturalized citizen, Saleslady, Private Charity, wages earned in 1939 - $780 for 52 weeks
Edith Rahn, Daughter, F, W, 13, Single, attending school, completed 8 years school, born in Michigan
Harry Rahn, Son, M, W, 11, Single, attending school, completed 4 years school, born in Michigan.2
|Marriage*||12 December 1945||Mary Edith Rahn married Lawrence Lee Ward on 12 December 1945 at Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan.3|
|(Mentioned) oObit||21 April 1951||Mary Edith Ward was mentioned in the obituary of of Beulah Neva Wilson on 21 April 1951 at Detroit, Michigan; Salvation Army memorial services will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Citadel, Second and Bagley, for Mrs Beulah Eva Wilson Rahn, Army youth leader, who died Thursday.|
Col. T. M. Larsen will pay tribute to Mrs Rahn at the special service. Officiating will be Maj. Clyde J. Cox. He body will lie in state from 10 a.m.
Mrs Rahn has been ill two months. She was publication sergeant in charge of the War Cry, the Army periodical, and a leader in the Girl Guards and Black Arrow organizations.
Her interest in the Black Arrow honorary society had raised the local Wolverine Chapter to national prominence, Maj. Cox said.
Born in Norfolk County, Ont, Mrs Rahn, 46, of 2135 Baldwin, had lived in Detroit 17 years. She became a member of the Salvation Army in 1933, after years of interest in the organization.
Surviving are her husband, Harry; two children, Mrs Edith Ward and Harry Rahn, her parents, Mr and Mrs James Wilson, a brother and seven sisters.
Burial will be in the Salvation Army plot in Royal Oak Cemetery.4
|Residence*||between 1993 and 2010||Mary Edith Rahn lived between 1993 and 2010 at Lincoln Park, Michigan.5|
|Death*||2 November 2019||She died on 2 November 2019 at Henry Ford Wyandotte Hospital, Wyandotte, Wayne County, Michigan, at age 93.6|
|oObit*||November 2019|| In November 2019 at Lincoln Park, Michigan, the obituary of Mary Edith Rahn read: Mary E Ward, 93, died Saturday November 2, 2019, at Henry Ford Wyandotte Hospital. (Seasons Hospice) of Wyandotte MI. Born July 17, 1926 in Detroit MI, Mary was the daughter of Harry and Beulah Rahn. She married Lawrence L. Ward on December 12, 1945. Lawrence died on August 24, 1987. She was preceded in death by her parents and brother Harry Rahn Jr.|
She was a librarian at Fordson High School Dearborn,MI retiring in 1986. She enjoyed reading, genealogy, working jigsaw puzzles and traveling especially in Canada where she visited her many relatives.
She is survived by her loving daughter Janet Gornick of Newport, MI. Three grandchildren Patricia Kivi of Ypsilanti, Michigan, Michael (Myra) Gornick of Douglasville, Georgia, and Mark (Patricia) Gornick of Brownstown, Michigan. Five great grandchildren Kaitlyn and Rebecca Kivi, Megan Taylor and Mitchell Gornick, and Brian Gornick. One great great grandchild Ellis Taylor. Numerous nieces and nephews also survive her.7
|Lawrence Lee Ward b. 6 Dec 1924, d. 24 Aug 1987|
- [S151] Tom Hoot, "Gustin reasearchers about Simeon Mabee," e-mail to John MayBee, 23 Feb 2001.
- [S456] 1940 United States Census, online ancestry.com, Detroit, Wayne, Michigan; Roll: m-t0627-01848; Page: 10B; Enumeration District: 84-240.
- [S1] Ancestry.com, Michigan, Marriage Records, 1867-1952.
- [S500] Newspapers.com, online https://www.newspapers.com/, Detroit Free Press (Detroit, Michigan), 21 Apr 1951, Sat, Page 7.
- [S1] Ancestry.com, U.S. Public Records Index.
- [S192] Information taken from the Internet by John MayBee #8 : https://www.jlpetersfuneralhome.com/obituary/mary-ward
- [S192] Information taken from the Internet by John MayBee #8 : https://www.jlpetersfuneralhome.com/obituary/mary-ward. J.L. Peters Funeral Home and Cremation Service.
Willis Eugene Flanagan
M, #144, b. 8 December 1926, d. 22 October 1999
|Father*||Thomas Lee Flanagan1 b. 12 Jan 1902, d. 7 Jun 1987|
|Mother*||Thelma Geraldine Maybee1 b. 6 Aug 1906, d. 5 Jan 2004|
|Misc||Willis Eugene Flanagan is Maybee Society Member Number 144.|
|Name Variation||Willis Eugene Flanagan was also known as Gene.|
|Birth*||8 December 1926||He was born on 8 December 1926 at Globe, Gila County, Arizona.2|
|MilService*||between 10 June 1944 and 20 May 1946||He was between 10 June 1944 and 20 May 1946.3|
|Marriage*||20 November 1965||He married Jean Earline Botts on 20 November 1965 at Los Angeles County, California.4|
|BaptismLDS1*||20 December 1992||Willis Eugene Flanagan baptized Willis Eugene Flanagan a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on 20 December 1992.1|
|Death*||22 October 1999||He died on 22 October 1999 at Globe, Gila County, Arizona, at age 72.5,6|
|Jean Earline Botts|
- [S397] Submission by Maybee Society Member Willis Eugene Flanagan, #144.
- [S1] Ancestry.com, Arizona, Birth Records, 1880-1935.
- [S1] Ancestry.com, U.S., Department of Veterans Affairs BIRLS Death File, 1850-2010.
- [S1] Ancestry.com, California, Marriage Index, 1960-1985.
- [S2] Social SecurityDeath Index, online https://www.ancestry.com/search/collections/ssdi/
- [S283] Letter, Joyanna Hoff Carlton to Maybee Society, Ancestral File Ordinance Record - FamSearch.
Suzanne Marguerite Allyn
F, #145, b. 27 December 1940, d. 8 October 2005
|Father*||Earl Raymond Allyn b. 28 May 1911, d. 20 Apr 1990|
|Mother*||Lily Darlene Smith b. 21 Jun 1913, d. 26 Feb 2013|
|Misc||Suzanne Marguerite Allyn is Maybee Society Member Number 145.|
|Info*||Information on her came from Sr. Suzanne Allyn,#145 to early Maybee Society records.|
|Married Name||Her married name was Fuchs.|
|Name Variation||Suzanne Marguerite Allyn was also known as Sister O.C.|
|Birth*||27 December 1940||She was born on 27 December 1940 at Dansville, Livingston County, New York.1,2|
|Marriage*||1962||She married Richard Fuchs in 1962 at Manhattan, New York County, New York. |
"marriage was annuled."3,4
|(Mentioned) oObit||Suzanne Marguerite Allyn was mentioned in the obituary of of Earl Raymond Allyn ; Earl Allyn, 78, of Northfield, died Friday at the Linwood Convalescent Center after a lengthy illness.|
Born in Little Valley, N.Y., he lived in Salamanca, N.Y., and Kingston, N.Y., before moving to Northfield.
Mr. Allyn was an executive for the Boy Scout of America for 34 years prior to his retirement. He was a member of St. Bernadette's Church in Northfield, where he was a lectern and a choirmember. He also was a member of the Northfield Rotary Club, the Kiwanis and the Northfield Rescue Squad.
Mr. Allyn was a member of the Atlantic County Parks Commission and was its first shade tree commissioner.
He was a Sweeney Medalist in the Explorers Club of New York and was on the Board of Directors of the American Red Cross.
Surviving are his wife, Darline; two daughters, Suzanne of Buena and Penny Hickey of Boiling Springs, Pa; one sister, Ethel Richter of Daytona Beach, Fla; one brother, Lyle of Reidsville, N.C; four half-brothers, L.D. of Monterey, Calif., Carl of Tonawanda, N.Y., Lee of Batavia, N.Y., and James of Erie, Pa; one half-sister, Frances Horzempa, of Elba, N.Y; seven grandchildren; and one great-granddaughter.
Services will be held at 9:30 a.m. Tuesday at the O'Rourke and O'Rourke Funeral Home, 25 River St., Salamanca, where friends may call from 7 to 9 p.m. Monday. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 10 a.m. Tuesday at St. Patrick's Church in Salamanca. Burial will be in Wildwood Cemetery, Salamanca.5
|Occupation*||1995||Suzanne Marguerite Allyn was a a Catholic nun, presently living in Vinelane, New Jersey. She says about herself, "On a more personal level -- I work for the State of New Jersey as a Habilitation Plan Coordinator -- auditing the care of the disabled to maintain compliance with federal and state regulations. My religious community is quite a modern one -- called The Sisters for the Christian Community -- we do not wear habits or veils and work at many occupations, yet still under the traditional vows. In my spare time, apart from my religious obligations, I work with the Hispanics (am fluent in Spanish) and play a folk harp." in 1995.|
|Death*||8 October 2005||She died on 8 October 2005 at Andover, Minnesota, at age 64.6|
|oObit*||16 October 2005|| On 16 October 2005 the obituary of Suzanne Marguerite Allyn read: Suzanne Marguerite Allyn, 64, of Vineland, NJ passed away on Saturday, Oct. 8, 2005, in Andover, Minn.|
Born on Dec. 27, 1940, in Dansville, N.Y., she was the daughter of Darline Allyn and the late Earl Allyn. She was a social worker for the state of New Jersey.
She is survived by her two sons, Rick Fox and wife Kim of Andover, and Allister St. Claire and wife Tracy of Sleepy Hollow, Ill; a daughter, Julie Olson and husband Dean of River Falls, Wis; her mother, Darline Allyn of Vineland; a sister, Penny Hickey and husband John of Boiling Springs, Pa; four granddaughters; three grandsons; three nephews; and a niece. She was preceded in death by her father, Earl Allyn.6
|Burial||She was buried at Saint Marys-Big River Cemetery, Pierce County, Wisconsin.7|
|Richard Fuchs b. 20 Jul 1939|
- [S1] Ancestry.com, Minnesota, Death Index, 1908-2017.
- [S1] Ancestry.com, New York State, Birth Index, 1881-1942.
- [S1] Ancestry.com, New York, New York, Marriage License Indexes, 1907-2018.
- [S342] Tracy St. Claire, "Tracy St. Claire," e-mail to Maybee Society, July 2, 2006.
- [S381] Find A Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/, Find A Grave Memorial# 14088300.
- [S206] Email sent to John MayBee the MayBee Society database coordinator:from Tracy St. Claire, e-mail address, 16 Oct 2005.
- [S381] Find A Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/, Memorial ID 12084220.
Willard Robert Maybee1
M, #149, b. 10 November 1915, d. 12 June 2006
|Father*||George Nelson Maybee2 b. 22 Feb 1868, d. 10 May 1937|
|Mother*||Nora Macelia French2 b. 6 Aug 1872, d. 6 Nov 1952|
|Misc||Willard Robert Maybee is Maybee Society Member Number 149.|
|Birth*||10 November 1915||He was born on 10 November 1915 at Oswegatchie, St Lawrence County, New York.2,1|
|(Witness) Census||January 1920||Willard Robert Maybee appeared on the census of January 1920 in the household of George Nelson Maybee and Nora Macelia French at Fine Township, St Lawrence County, New York,|
; George Maybee, Head, M, W, 51, M, New York, New York, New York, Farms own general farm
Nora Maybee, Wife, F, W, 47, M, New York, New York, New York, none
Maude Maybee, Daughter, F, W, 25, S, New York, New York, New York, Teacher, Public School
Frederick Maybee, Son, M, W, 13, S, New York, New York, New York, in school
Willard Maybee, Son, M, W, 4yr 2mo, S, New York, New York, New York, none.3
|(Witness) Census||April 1930||Willard Robert Maybee appeared on the census of April 1930 in the household of George Nelson Maybee and Nora Macelia French at Fine Township, St Lawrence County, New York,|
; George N Maybee , Head, M, W, 62, M, age at first marriage 23, New York, New York, New York, farms own dairy farm
Nora M Maybee, Wife, F, W, 57, M, age at first marriage 18, New York, New York, New York
Willard R Maybee, Son, M, W, 14, S, New York, New York, New York.4
|Marriage*||6 November 1939||Willard Robert Maybee married Maisie Mae Gregg on 6 November 1939 at Carthage, New York.5,6|
|(Witness) Census||1 May 1940||Willard Robert Maybee appeared on the census of 1 May 1940 in the household of Nora Macelia French at 240 Skate Creek Road, Fine Township, St Lawrence County, New York,|
; Nora Maybee, owns home worth $1000, Head, F, W, 67, Wd, completed 8 years school, born in New York
Willard Maybee, Son, M, W, 24, M, completed 3 years high school, born in New York, Farmer, Private farm, wages earned in 1939 - $580
Maisie Maybee, Wife, F, W, 19, M, completed 4 years high school, born in New York.7
|(Witness) oObit||4 August 1969||Willard Robert Maybee was mentioned in the obituary of Frederick French Maybee on 4 August 1969 at Watertown, New York; Frederick French Maybee, 62, of 1593 Herkimer Road. Utica, a native of Fine, died Sunday morning at 11 in St. Elizabeth's Hospital. Utica.|
An autopsy was to be performed this morning.
The funeral will be Wednesday at 10 a.m.. at Sacred Heart Church with Rev. Francis J. Beyette. pastor,
officiating. Burial will be in Woodland Cemetery. Fine.
Friends may call at French Funeral Home tonight and Tuesday afternoon and evening
Besides his widow, Mrs. Carmeta C Maybee he is survived by two daughters, Mrs Neil (Vivian A.) Angrisano, Utica. and Mrs. Gerald (Elizabeth A.) Percival, Lee Center, a brother, Willard, Oswegatachie, three grandchildren, and nieces and nephews
Born Sept 1, 1906 at Fine, a son of George N. And Nora M. French Maybee attend ed local schools and married Miss Carmeta Chase Oct. 8, 1926. in Fine Methodist Parsonage.
The couple lived in Oswegatchie before moving to Utica ten years ago-where Mr. Maybee was an operating engineer.
Mr. Maybee was a member of Oswegatchie Grange; Mervin Eno Post. American Legion of Oswegatchie, and St Marks Church, Utica.8
|Death*||12 June 2006||Willard Robert Maybee died on 12 June 2006 at Safety Harbor, Pinellas County, Florida, at age 90.1,9|
|oObit*|| The obituary of Willard Robert Maybee read: Willard R. Maybee, November 11th, 1915 - June 12, 2006, Safety Harbor, FL - formerly of Oswegatchie, N.Y.|
He was born in Fine, N.Y., and moved to Florida in 1977 from New York. He retired as a foreman after 34 years with LTV Steel Co., Star Lake, N.Y. He was a life member of Masonic Lodge 687 and a past master of Subordinate Grange, both of New York, and a member of the New York State Assessment Assistants. He enjoyed being outdoors, fishing, boating and hunting.
He is survived by his wife of 66 years Maisie M; a daughter, Brenda J. Rothwell, Safety Harbor; a son, Phillip L., Ortonville, Mich; three grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; and three nieces.
He will be cremated (National Cremation Society, Clearwater) and his ashes will remain in Florida with his wife until such time that they can be buried together in Oswegatchie, N.Y.10
|Cremated*||He and Maisie Mae Gregg were cremated and their ashes rest under their headstone at at Oswegatchie Cemetery, Fine, St Lawrence County, New York.9|
|Maisie Mae Gregg b. 10 Nov 1920, d. 2 Nov 2006|
- [S2] Social SecurityDeath Index, online https://www.ancestry.com/search/collections/ssdi/, and U.S., Social Security Applications and Claims Index, 1936-2007.
- [S397] Submission by Maybee Society Member Willard Maybee #149.
- [S304] 1920 United States Census, online ancestry.com, Fine Twp, Saint Lawrence, New York; Roll: T625_1259; Page: 2B; Enumeration District: 120; Image: 777.
- [S303] 1930 United States Census, online ancestry.com, Fine, Saint Lawrence, New York, Roll: 1641, Enumeration District: 18, Image: 566.
- [S206] Email sent to John MayBee the MayBee Society database coordinator:from Kimberly Nuttle, e-mail address, 6 Nov 2007, from an obituary in the Watertown Daily Times, Tuesday, November 14, 2006.
- [S381] Find A Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/, Memorial IDs 115810908 & 115810906.
- [S456] 1940 United States Census, online ancestry.com, Fine Twp, St Lawrence, New York, Roll T627-2769, Page 12A, ED 45-22.
- [S439] Old Fulton NY Post Card Website, online fultonhistory.com/Fulton_New_form.html, Watertown Daily Times, Watertown, N. Y., Monday, August 4, 1969.
- [S206] Email sent to John MayBee the MayBee Society database coordinator:from Kimberly Nuttle, e-mail address, 6 Nov 2007.
- [S192] Information taken from the Internet by John MayBee #8 : http://nuttlefamily.blogspot.com/