Hellen Eliza Jones




Andrew Henry Patrick was born August 11, 1836, in Brockville, Leeds Greville Co., Canada, and died November 12, 1921, at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Kate Haskins, in the Village of Lyons, Sauk Co., WI, at age 85. Buried in Walnut Hill Cemetery, Baraboo, Sauk Co., WI. He is the son of Amos Andrew Patrick of Unknown, and Susan Shaw of Unknown.

Hellen Eliza Jones was born June 30, 1839, in New Hartford, Oneida Co., NY, and died September 19, 1919, in Baraboo, Sauk Co., WI, at age 80. Buried in Walnut Hill Cemetery, Baraboo, Sauk Co., WI. She is the daughter of Ira Walter Jones of Connecticut, and Dianna Green of Unknown.

Andrew Patrick and Hellen Eliza Jones were married November 14, 1857, in Unknown.

Andrew Patrick and Hellen Eliza (Jones) Patrick had ten children:

  1. Bertha Maria "Marie" Patrick: Born March 28, 1859, in Volney Twp., Oswego Co., NY; Died February 2, 1945, at the home of her son, Edgar, Baraboo, Sauk Co., WI (age 85). Buried in Walnut Hill Cemetery, Baraboo, Sauk Co., WI. Married (1) about 1876, in Wisconsin, to Luther R. "Ed" Ed Parker: Born July, 1853, in New York; Died March, 1932, in Wisconsin (age 78). Divorced. Married (2) March 31, 1894, in Columbia Co., WI, to Frank F. Felt: Born May, 1858, in Fairfield, Sauk Co., WI; Died after April, 1925, in Sauk Co., WI. Divorced before 1900, in Wisconsin. Frank Felt was adjudged Insane about August, 1904, in Baraboo, Sauk Co., WI. Frank was first married November 1, 1882, in Sauk Co., WI, to Sarah Belle Van Loan: Born September 7, 1862, in Sauk Center, WI; Died March 10, 1949, at Mercy Hospital, Ft. Dodge, Webster Co., IA (age 86). Buried in Clear Lake Cemetery, Clear Lake, IA. Bertha Felt is shown as a widowed House Keeper in the 1900 U. S. Census, and with 5 of the 9 children born to her still alive. Bertha then Married (3) August 27, 1912, in Unknown, to Oliver O. Markel: Born June 11, 1856, in Sharon Twp., Walworth Co., WI; Died December 9, 1934, at Wisconsin General Hospital, Madison, Dane Co., WI (age 79). Buried in South Grove Cemetery, Sharon Twp., Walworth Co., WI.
  2. Jessie Luis Patrick: Born July 26, 1861, in New York; Died October, 1861, in New York (age Infant).
  3. Hattie Susan Patrick: Born October 3, 1862, in Unknown; Died August, 1863, in New York (age Infant).
  4. Harry Andrew Patrick: Born August 26, 1866, in Fulton, Oswego Co., NY; Died January 27, 1951,  in Milwaukee, Milwaukee Co., WI (age 84). Buried in Wanderers' Rest Cemetery/now Lincoln Memorial Cemetery, Milwaukee, Milwaukee Co., WI. Married (1) January 28, 1891, in Sauk Co., WI, to Adilade "Addie" Millard (Born about 1872 in Iowa; Died after 1918 in Arkansas?). She is the daughter of Jacob Millard and Sarah Jane Booth. Addie (Millard) Patrick then married William L. Johnson (Born June 11, 1875, in Stone Co., AR; Died January 17, 1929, in Neosho, Newton Co., MO). Buried in Edmonds Cemetery, Bethpage, McDonald Co., MO. Married (2) August 7, 1893, in Baraboo, Sauk Co., WI, to Rosine Brown: Born about 1872 in Sauk Co., WI, an American Indian; Died Unknown. Her parents are Marvin Brown and wife. Married (3) about 1900 in Wisconsin, to Lillian May Unknown: Born about 1870, in Unknown; Died Unknown. Divorced about May 12, 1907, in Sauk Co., WI. Married (4) November 9, 1908, in Milwaukee Co., WI, to a widow, Mary Emma (White) Lovely: Born June 12, 1857, in Aztalan Twp., Jefferson Co., WI; Died February 26, 1926, at the Penwell Hotel, Missoula, Hellgate Twp., Missoula Co., MT (age 68). Buried in Irvine Creek Cemetery, Irvington, Dunn Co., WI. Mary Emma was first married to Willis Eugene Lovely (1854 - 1894). Willis and Mary Emma lived on adjacent farms in Aztalan Twp., Jefferson Co., WI, in 1870. Divorced before 1910. Married (5) February, 1912, in Milwaukee, Milwaukee Co., WI, to Bertha Rahn: Born September 23, 1867, in Milwaukee, Milwaukee Co., WI; Died February 26, 1948, in Milwaukee, Milwaukee Co., WI (age 80). Buried in Wanderers' Rest Cemetery/now Lincoln Memorial Cemetery, Milwaukee, Milwaukee Co., WI.
  5. Anna Kate "Kittie" Patrick: Born April 6, 1868, in Fulton, Oswego Co., NY; Died August 14, 1952, in Reedsburg, WI (age 84). Buried in Walnut Hill Cemetery, Baraboo, Sauk Co., WI. Married May 9, 1885, in Baraboo, Sauk Co., WI, to Gideon Welles Haskins: Born May 24, 1861, in Starksboro Twp., Addison Co., VT; Died February 24, 1919, in Baraboo, Sauk Co., WI (age 56). Buried in Walnut Hill Cemetery, Baraboo, Sauk Co., WI.
  6. Amos Walter Patrick: Born October 17, 1869, in Baraboo, Sauk Co., WI; Died February 23, 1923, at his home, 1310 Racine Street, Racine, Racine Co., WI (age 53). Buried in Holy Cross Catholic Cemetery, Racine, Racine Co., WI. Married September 19, 1893, in Dane Co., WI, to Sarah Ellen "Sadie" Burns: Born May 11, 1870, in Vermont, Dane Co., WI; Died September 1, 1921, in Racine, Racine Co., WI (age 51). Buried in Holy Cross Catholic Cemetery, Racine, Racine Co., WI.
  7. Emogene Patrick: Born July 8, 1872, in Baraboo, Sauk Co., WI; Died about 1872 in Baraboo, Sauk Co., WI (age Infant).
  8. Florence Ethel Patrick: Born September 15, 1874, in Baraboo, Sauk Co., WI; Died June 27, 1966, at Lynnwood Manor Nursing Home, Lynnwood, Snohomish Co., WA (age 91). Buried in Hillcrest Burial Park, Kent, King Co., WA. Married (1) April 26, 1892, in West Baraboo, Sauk Co., WI, to Francis William "Frank" Binns/Bartlow : Born May 26, 1858, in Oskaloosa, Mahaska Co., IA; Died April 9, 1909, in Des Moines, Polk Co., IA (age 50). Buried in Glendale Cemetery Des Moines, Polk Co., IA. Married (2) 1923, in Minot, Ward Co., ND, to Charles Lea: Born March 21, 1875, in the Hamlet of Marston Jabbett, Nuneaton District, Warwick Co., England; Died August 10, 1945, at King County Hospital No. 1, Seattle, King Co., WA (age 70). Buried in Hillcrest Burial Park, Kent, King Co., WA.
  9. William Seal "Willie" Patrick: Born December 30, 1875, in Baraboo, Sauk Co., WI; Died August 22, 1964, in Baraboo, Sauk Co., WI (age 88). Buried in Walnut Hill Cemetery, Baraboo, Sauk Co., WI. Married October 16, 1897, in Sauk Co., WI, to Cinderella Belle Chamberlin: Born August, 1882, in Darlington, WI; Died March 30, 1960, in Sawyer Co., WI (age 77). Buried in Walnut Hill Cemetery, Baraboo, Sauk Co., WI.
  10. Susy Patrick: Born August 31, 1880, in Baraboo, Sauk Co., WI; Died about 1880, in Baraboo, Sauk Co., WI (age Infant).



TIMELINE


Phil Bartlow from Everett, WA, has kindly provided his transcription of some Jones family vital records, presumably from Hellen Eliza (Jones) Patrick's bible.


Delilah Matilda (Jones) (Armstrong) Mcintosh, in her later years. The photo was taken at the J. O. Hebert studio, Grand Rapids (now Wisconsin Rapids), Wood Co., WI.


Bertha Maria "Marie" Patrick and Anna Kate "Kittie" Patrick. Picture courtesy of Phil Bartlow of Everett, WA.


Anna Kate "Kittie" (Patrick) Haskins in later years.


The Haskins triplets in earlier years.


The Haskins triplets in later years.


Please see the bottom of this page which shows numerous pictures of the Armstrong families, supplied by Jean Sweeney, which include some of Cora Armstrong, who married Charles Washington Abbey. Please advise or confirm about Jean's identification of these people:

Ontario was known as: "Upper Canada" from December 26, 1791, to February 10, 1841; "Canada West" from February 10, 1841, to July 1, 1867; and "Ontario" after July 1, 1867.

Samuel Bolton "Sam" Armstrong was born April 19, 1822, in Lansdowne or Edwardsburgh, Upper Canada.

Mary Feavel was born May 7, 1823, in Canada.

Lois Coan was born February 22, 1830, in Taylor Twp., Wayne Co., Michigan Territory.

Samuel Bolton "Sam" Armstrong immigrated to the United States in May, 1837, and landed in Ogdensburg, St. Lawrence Co., NY.


Samuel Bolton "Sam" Armstrong immigration record.


Hellen Eliza Jones was born June 30, 1839, in New Hartford, Oneida Co., NY.

The 1840 U. S. Census taken shows Thomas Favel is the head of household living in Hounsfield Twp., Jefferson Co., NY. 2 males 20 to 29; 1 male 40 to 49; 2 females 5 to 9; 1 female 10 to 14; 2 females 15 to 19; and 1 female 50 to 59.

Delilah Matilda Jones was born March 30, 1841, in New Hartford, Oneida Co., NY.

Diana (Greene) Jones died April 14, 1841, in New Hartford, Oneida Co., NY, at age 40.

Samuel Bolton Armstrong (about age 22) and Mary Feavel (about age 21) were married in 1844, probably in Hounsfield, Jefferson Co., NY.

Richard L. Armstrong was born January 28, 1848, in Oswego Co., NY.

George Washington Armstrong was born April 28, 1850, in Sackets Harbor, Town of Hounsfield, Jefferson Co., NY.

The 1850 U. S. Census taken on August 16, 1850, shows Samuel Armstrong (age 24) born in Canada, is a Brickmaker, and is living in Hounsfield, Jefferson Co., NY. Living with him are: Mary Armstrong (age 22) born in Canada; Richard W. Armstrong (age 3) born in New York; and Geo. L. Armstrong (age 5/12) born in New York. Living in an adjacent house are: Thomas Favel (age 58) born in England, a Laborer; Margaret Favel (age 61) born in England; Celia Page (age 19) born in Canada; David Page (ages 19) born in Canada; and William Page (age 1) born in New York.

The 1850 U. S. Census taken on August 31, 1850, shoes Ira W. Jones (age 55) born in Connecticut, is a Boatman and is living in the City of Utica, Oneida Co., NY. Living there are: M. J. Jones (age 23) born in New York; Leroy Jones (age 20) born in New York, a Boatman; Electa Jones (age 13) born in New York; Eliza Jones (age 11) born in New York; and Delia Jones (age 9) born in New York.

Leigh Larson note: It's interesting to note that in 1850, Samuel Seger (age 63) born in England and Sarah Seger (age 59) live almost next door to the Ira W. Jones family. Richard Armstrong would marry a Seger/Seager/Segur in Wisconsin.

Warren A. Brown, a bachelor, and Lois Coan, a maiden, were married about 1850 in Baraboo, Sauk Co., WI.

The 1850 U. S. Census taken on September 5, 1850, shows John Wiser (age 28) born in Unknown is a Farmer and is living in Delavan Twp., Walworth Co., WI. Living with him is Ellener Wiser (age 23) born in New York. Also living there are: Frances Wiser (age 8) born in New York; Elias Wiser (age 7) born in New York; Ann A. Wiser (age 2) born in Wisconsin; and Jno. Wiser (age 4/12) born in Wisconsin.

Mary (Feavel) Armstrong died July 7, 1851, in Manheim, Herkimer Co., NY, at age 28.

The 1855 New York State Census taken on June 14, 1855, shows Ira W. Jones (age 61) born in Vermont, is a married Farmer, and having lived in this town for three years, is living in a Frame house, Town of Oswego, Oswego Co., NY; Living with him are: his wife, Sophronia Jones (age 55), and having lived in this town for one year; an unmarried child, LeRoy W. Jones (age 25) born in Oswego Co., NY, and having lived in this town for three years, a Laborer; an unmarried child, Electa D. Tier (age 18) born in Oneida Co., NY, and having lived in this town for one year; a child, Hellen Eliza Jones (age 15) born in Oneida Co., NY, and having lived in this town for three years; a child, Delilah M. Jones (age 14) born in Oneida Co., NY, and having lived in this town for three years; and his married son-in-law, John E. Tier (age 25) born in Unknown, and having lived in this town for one year, a Laborer.

The 1855 New York State Census taken on June 22, 1855, shows Samuel B. Armstrong (age 39) born in Canada, and having lived in this town for one year, is a widowed Farmer, and living in a frame house, Town of Hannibal, Oswego Co., NY. Living with him are: Richard Armstrong (age 7) born in Oswego Co., NY, and having lived in this town for one year; George Armstrong (age 5) born in Jefferson Co., NY, and having lived in this town for one year; his widowed mother, Mary Armstrong (age 55) born in Canada, and having lived in this town for one year; his unmarried brother, George Armstrong (age 19) born in Canada, and having lived in this town for one year, a Labourer; his brother, James A. Armstrong (age 12) born in Canada, and having lived in this town for one year; and his adopted sister, Jane Armstrong (age 3) born in Oswego Co., NY, and having lived in this town for one year.

The 1855 New York State Census for the Town of Hounsfield, Jefferson Co., NY, shows Thomas Farel (age 61) born in England is a Laborer living in a log house. Living with him is his wife, Margaret Farel (age 65) born in England. The Armstrong family no longer lives in the town.

The 1855 New York State Census taken on June 21, 1855, shows Andrew Patrick (age 20) born in Canada, and with Alien citizenship status, is an Apprentice Carpenter, and having lived in this town for 3 years, is living in Cicero Twp., Onondaga Co., NY.

Mary Emma White was born June 12, 1857, in Aztalan Twp., Jefferson Co., WI.

Samuel Bolton "Sam" Armstrong (age 36), a widower, and Delilah Matilda Jones (age 17), a maiden, were married September 19, 1858, in Oswego Co., NY.

The 1860 U. S. Census taken on August 29, 1860, shoes John Wiser (age 43) born in New York with personal estate worth $150 is a Farmer living in Baraboo Twp., Sauk Co., WI. Living with him is Elanor Wiser (age 38) born in New York. Also living there are: Elias Wiser (age 15) born in New York; Ann Wiser (age 12) born in Wisconsin; John Wiser (age 10) born in Wisconsin; Casey Wiser (age 7) born in New York; and Corey Wiser (age 1) born in Wisconsin.

The 1860 U. S. Census taken on August 30, 1860, shows W. A. Brown (age 33) born in New York with personal estate of $1,000 is a Farmer living in Baraboo Twp., Sauk Co., WI. Living with him is Lois Brown (age 29) born in Michigan. Also living there are: George Brown (age 8) born in Wisconsin; Chauncy J. Brown (age 6) born in Wisconsin; W. H. Brown (age 4) born in Wisconsin; and Edwin Brown (age 1) born in Iowa. Two others also live in the household.

The 1860 U. S. Census taken on July 21, 1860, shows James Armstrong (age 19) born in Canada is a Boatman and is living in Granby,  Oswego Co., NY. Living with him are: Mary Armstrong (age 65) born in Upper Canada, a Domestic; and Rosanna Armstrong (age 9) born in New York. Living next door is the Thomas Favil family.

The 1860 U. S. Census taken on July 21, 1860, shows Thomas Favil (age 42) born in England is a Laborer and is living in Granby,  Oswego Co., NY. Living with him are: Eleanor Favil (age 31) born in Upper Canada, a Domestic; Wm. Favil (age 11) born in New York; and George Favil (age 3) born in New York. Living next door is the James Armstrong family.

The 1860 U. S. Census taken on July 30, 1860, shows Thomas Macintosh (age 39) born in Massachusetts, and with Real Estate of $1,000 and Personal Estate of $300 in a Farmer, and is living in Lodi Twp., Columbia Co., WI. Living with him are: Eliza Macintosh (age 41) born in Maine; Ann Macintosh (age 7) born in Massachusetts; Thomas Macintosh (age 65) born in Massachusetts, and with Personal Estate of $200 a Blacksmith; Christiann Macintosh (age 62) born in Massachusetts; Henry Macintosh (age 28) born in Massachusetts, and with Personal Estate of $100 a Carpenter and Joiner; Clara Macintosh (age 25) born in Massachusetts, a School Teacher; and William Macintosh (age 21) born in Massachusetts, a Farmer.

William McIntosh enlisted April 24, 1861, at Madison, Dane Co., WI, in Company H, 2nd Regiment, Wisconsin Infantry. He was 22 years old and unmarried. He was wounded and captured August 28, 1862, at Brawner Farm. He was mustered out June 29, 1864, at the expiration of his term.

Leigh Larson note: Although relatively unheralded, the Battle of Brawner's Farm, just outside of Gainesville, Prince William Co., VA, was one of the bloodiest conflicts of the Civil War. Fully one-third of the soldiers engaged on the evening of August 28 were killed or wounded. Gibbon’s brigade, later famously known as the Iron Brigade, suffered nearly 800 casualties. The 2nd Wisconsin took the brunt of it, losing 276 of the 430 soldiers who marched into battle. On the other side, the renowned Stonewall Brigade sustained a forty percent casualty rate, losing 340 of 800 men. The 21st Georgia lost 184 of 242 men who took the field, a frightful seventy-six percent killed or wounded. During the night, the Federals withdrew to join forces with General Pope at Manassas Junction in time to participate in the larger clash at the Battle of Bull Run II the next day.

The 1861 Canadian Census taken on January 14, 1861, shows S. B. Armstrong (age 38 at next birthday) born in Upper Canada, and with Episcopal Methodist religion, is a married Miller, and has a 1 story single family frame house, and is living in Edwardsburg, Grenville Co., Canada West. Living with him are: a married female, Delila Armstrong (age 20 at next birthday) born in U. S., and with Episcopal Methodist religion; Richard Armstrong (age 11 at next birthday) born in U. S., and with Episcopal Methodist religion; and George Armstrong (age 9 at next birthday) born in U. S., and with Episcopal Methodist religion.

Gideon Welles Haskins was born May 24, 1861, in Starksboro Twp., Addison Co., VT. He is one of triplet boys born to Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Haskins of South Starksboro, Addison Co., VT.

The 1865 New York State Census taken on June 1, 1865, shows Andrew Patrick (age 28) born in Canada, and with Alien citizenship status, is married, and is living in a plank house worth $225 and is living in Volney Twp., Oswego Co., NY. Living with him are: his wife, Eliza Patrick (age 25) born in Connecticut, and the mother of four children, and in her 2nd marriage; and a female child, Bertha Patrick (age 6) born in Oswego Co., NY. 

Harry Andrew Patrick was born August 26, 1866, in Fulton, Oswego Co., NY.


The Mansfield News, Mansfield, Richland Co., OH, Friday, May 10, 1901

TRIPLETS SOON TO CELEBRATE.

Brothers Living Near Baraboo, Wis, Now 37 Years Old.

Baraboo, Wis., - May 10. - the celebration of the thirty-seventh birthday anniversary of triplets will be observed near this city May 25. On May 25, 1864, there was born to Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Haskins, of South Starksboro, Vt., three boys. The parents considered the task too difficult of finding names for their three sons and sought the aid of President Abraham Lincoln. They have in their possession a letter written by the martyred president in which he offers the name of Abraham Lincoln for one of them. Gideon Welles for another and Simon Cameron for the third. All reside near this city. There is almost a perfect resemblance between two of the brothers, who have light complexion, while the other is a striking contrast, having dark hair and eyes.


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Endorsements as follows: The writer has informed me that his wife had presented to him, with three sons, at one birth, and asked me to name them which I did with the names of Abraham Lincoln, Gideon Welles, and Simon Cameron. I send his reply. Simon Cameron To the President- Nov. 13/61 Starksboro Vt. Nov 4/61 In reply to letter of 19-Sept. in reference to the naming of the three children, Abraham Lincoln, Gideon Welles and Simon Cameron Nov. 30, 1861 This letter is worth preserving; and being addressed to the Secretary of War, I return it to him. A. Lincoln Dec. 4. 1861 War Dept. Dec. 8, 1861 Respectfully returned to the President

Edward G. Harvey was born October 29, 1869, in Baraboo, Sauk Co., WI. He is the son of James Harvey and Josephine Virginia Gates.

Edward G. Harvey was born October 29, 1869, in Baraboo, Sauk Co., WI.

Samuel Bolton Armstrong and Delilah Matilda (Jones) Armstrong were divorced about 1870 in Sauk Co., WI.

The 1870 U. S. Census taken on July 26, 1870, shows Luther Griswold (age 41) born in New York, and with real estate of $3,000 and personal estate of $600 is a Farmer, and is living in Baraboo, Sauk Co., WI. Living with him are: Clarissa Griswold (age 33) born in New York, who is Keeping House; Josephine Griswold (age 11) born in Wisconsin; Ethlion Griswold (age 10) born in Wisconsin; Laura Griswold (age 8) born in Wisconsin; Stephen Griswold (age 3) born in Wisconsin; Samuel Armstrong (age 47) born in Canada, and with father and mother of foreign birth, a Wood Farmer; Cora Armstrong (age 4) born in Wisconsin, and with father of foreign birth; Clarissa Armstrong (age 2) born in Wisconsin, and with father of foreign birth; and Mary Houghton (age 18), born in New York, a Home Laborer. Leigh Larson note: A few houses away live: Dililah Armstrong (age 29) born in New York, who is At Home; and Mary Armstrong (age 7) born in Wisconsin, and with father of foreign birth. Mary Ann Houghton will later in this year marry George Washington Armstrong.

The 1870 U. S. Census taken on July 20, 1870, shows Andrew Patrick (age 35) born in Canada, and with father and mother of foreign birth, is a Laborer, and is living in Baraboo, Sauk Co., WI. Living with him are: Eliza Patrick (age 32) born in New York, and with father of foreign birth, who is Keeping House; Bertha Patrick (age 11) born in New York, and with father of foreign birth; Bertha Patrick (age 11) born in New York, and with father of foreign birth; Harry Patrick (age 4) born in New York, and with father of foreign birth; Kitty Patrick (age 2) born in New York, and with father of foreign birth; Walter Patrick (age 8/12, October) born in Wisconsin, and with father of foreign birth; Dililah Armstrong (age 29) born in New York, who is At Home; and Mary Armstrong (age 7) born in Wisconsin. Leigh Larson note: Delilah was divorced from Samuel at this time. This could mean that Ira Armstrong was born after George and Delilah moved apart. Helen Eliza Jones (born 6/30/1839 New Hartford, Oneida Co., NY - 9/19/1919 Baraboo, WI) married Andrew Patrick (born 8/11/1836, in Brockville, Leeds Greville, Canada - 11/12/1921 Baraboo, Sauk Co., WI). Delilah and Eliza are sisters.


   

Hellen Eliza (Jones) Patrick, Wisconsin, ca. 1890.


Hellen Eliza (Jones) Patrick, Unknown daughter Patrick, and Andrew Harry Patrick, Wisconsin, ca. 1915.


Amos Walter Patrick was married September 19, 1893, in Dane Co., WI, to Sarah Ellen Burns. Among their children was Myrtle Marie Patrick, who was born October 3, 1898, in Beloit, Rock Co., WI.


Andrew Henry Patrick, Hellen Eliza (Jones) Patrick, and their granddaughter, Myrtle Marie Patrick, Sauk Co., WI, ca. March, 1913.


Andrew Henry Patrick and Hellen Eliza (Jones) Patrick, Sauk Co., WI, ca. 1890.


The 1870 U. S. Census taken on June 18, 1870, shows Edward R. Feavel (age 55) born in Canada with real estate of $500 and personal estate of $100 is a Retail Fish Dealer and is living in the 5th Ward, City of Milwaukee, Milwaukee Co., WI. Living with him are: Laura Feavel (age 52) born in New York, who is Keeping House; Moroni J. Feavel (age 20) born in New York; Marietta S. Feavel (age 16) born in Wisconsin; and Laura A. Feavel (age 14) born in Wisconsin.

The 1875 Wisconsin State Census taken on June 1, 1875, shows Samuel Armstrong is the Head of Household, and is living in Glendale Twp., Monroe Co., WI. There are 2 Males and 3 Females living in the household.

Gideon Welles Haskins and Anna Kate "Kittie" Patrick were married May 9, 1885, in Baraboo, Sauk Co., WI.


Possibly the wedding picture for Gideon Welles Haskins and Anna Kate "Kittie" Patrick.


The 1900 U. S. Census taken on June 5, 1900, shows Andrew Patrick (age 63) born August, 1836, in Canada to Canada-born parents, and having immigrated in 1850, and who owns his house with a mortgage, and is living in Baraboo, Sauk Co., WI. Living with him are: his wife of 42 years, Helen L. Patrick (age 60) born June, 1839, in New York to Vermont-born parents, and with 6 of the 12 children born to her still alive; and his unmarried son, Harry Patrick (age 33) born August, 1866, in New York to Canada and New York-born parents, a Shoe Maker.

The 1900 U. S. Census taken on June 20, 1900, shows Jake Millard (age 74) born January, 1826, in Pennsylvania to Vermont and Pennsylvania-born parents, is a married Machinist, and who owns his house free of a mortgage, and is living at 911 Water Street, 2nd Ward, City of Baraboo, Sauk Co., WI. Living with him are: his wife of 32 years, Sarah J. Millard (age 56) born October, 1843, in Indiana to New York-born parents, and with 4 of the 5 children born to her still alive; his unmarried son, Guy Millard (age 20) born September, 1879, in Wisconsin to Unknown and Iowa-born parents; and his grandson, Otto Millard (age 8) born August, 1891, in Wisconsin to Unknown and Iowa-born parents. Leigh Larson note: Otto Millard is C. Aud Patrick/Millard, the son of Adelaide "Addie" (Millard) Patrick, who were divorced by this time. Addie was likely married to Unknown Koepp by this time.

In March, 1902, Alfred Worthington had filed a complaint against Harry Patrick, regarding assault and rape of an orphan girl, Grace Keens, age 6, who was formerly an inmate of the Children's Home Society of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI.


   

Florence Ethel (Patrick) (Bartlow) Lea. Black and white picture courtesy of Phil Bartlow.


Lois (Coan) (Brown) (Wiser) Armstrong died June 27, 1906, in Baraboo Twp., Sauk Co., WI, at age 75 Years 4 Months and 6 Days.


   

Lois (Coan) (Brown) (Wiser) Armstrong death record. Thanks to Kay Koslan for researching this record.


The Baraboo News, Baraboo, Sauk Co., WI, Tuesday, July 4, 1906

LYONS.

The funeral of Mrs. Armstrong was held at her home Friday afternoon.


The Baraboo News, Baraboo, Sauk Co., WI, Wednesday, August 8, 1906

DEATHS

Recorded by the Register of Deeds in July.

Lois Armstrong, age 76, town of Baraboo, asthma and heart trouble.


The 1910 U. S. Census taken on April 24, 1910, shows Andrew Patrick (age 73) born in Canada to New York-born parents, and having immigrated in 1858, and a Naturalized citizen, and in his 1st marriage, is a married Farmer, and who owns his farm free of a mortgage, and is living in Township 143, Mercer Co., ND. Living with him are: his wife of 45 years, Eliza Patrick (age 70) born in New York to Vermont-born parents, and in her 1st marriage, and with 6 of the 12 children born to her still alive; his married daughter, Bertha Patrick (age 51) born in New York to Canada and New York-born parents, and having been married for 23 years, and in her 1st marriage, and with 3 of the 10 children born to her still alive, a Laundress at a Laundry; his divorced son, Harry Patrick (age 43) born in New York to Canada and New York-born parents, and having been married for 10 years, a Shoemaker in a Factory; his married son, Walter Patrick (age 40) born in Wisconsin to Canada and New York-born parents, and having been married for 12 years, and in his 1st marriage, a Contracting Carpenter; his married daughter, Kittie Patrick (age 41) born in New York to Canada and New York-born parents, and having been married for 24 years, and in her 1st marriage, and with 9 of the 11 children born to her still alive; his married daughter, Ethel Patrick (age 35) born in Wisconsin to Canada and New York-born parents, and having been married for 18 years, and in her 1st marriage, and with all 4 of the children born to her still alive, a Laundress at a Laundry; his married son, Willie Patrick (age 32) born in Wisconsin to Canada and New York-born parents, and having been married for 12 years, and in his 1st marriage, a House Carpenter.

The 1910 U. S. Census taken on April 20, 1910, shows Luther S. Griswold (age 84) born in New York to New York-born parents owns his own Farm free of a mortgage and is living in Baraboo Twp., Sauk Co., WI. Living with him is his wife of 54 years, Clarissa Griswold (age 75) born in English Canada to English Canadian-born parents, with 3 of the 5 children born to her still alive. Also living there is his unmarried granddaughter, Edith Gibbons (age 23) born in Wisconsin to Wisconsin-born parents. An unmarried Farmer, Fred Bittrich (age 26) also lives in the household.

The 1910 U. S. Census taken on April 19, 1910, shows Ira W. Armstrong (age 40) born in Wisconsin to New York-born parents is an Ice Wagon Driver owning his home on Marshall Street in Belvidere Twp., Boone Co., IL. Living with him is his wife of 10 years, Olive M. Armstrong (age 40) born New York to New York-born parents, with all three of the children born to her still alive. Living at home are: Ira's unmarried step-daughter, Pearl G. Griswold (age 18) born in Wisconsin to Wisconsin and New York-born parents; and son Lester Armstrong (age 8) born in Wisconsin to Wisconsin and New York-born parents. Two unmarried boarders also live in the house.

The 1910 U. S. Census taken on April 18, 1910, shows William McIntosh (age 71) born in Massachusetts to Scotland and Massachusetts-born parents, is a widower with his Own Income, and who owns his house free of a mortgage, and is living on Water Street, Village of Lodi, Lodi Twp., Columbia Co., WI. Living with him is his unmarried daughter, Ida  McIntosh (age 29) born in Wisconsin to Massachusetts and New York-born parents.

The 1910 U. S. Census taken on April 29, 1910, shows William L. Johnson (age 35) born in Missouri to United States-born parents, and in his 1st marriage, is a married Driller that does Prospect Work, and who rents his house, is living in the City of Granby, Granby Twp., Newton Co., MO. Living with him are: his wife of 6 years, Addie Johnson (age 38) born in Iowa to Pennsylvania and Indiana-born parents, and in her 2nd marriage, and with the only child born to her still alive; and his unmarried step-son, Otto Milard (age 19) born in Wisconsin to United Sates and Iowa-born parents.

Harry Andrew Patrick and Bertha Rahn were married February, 1912, in Milwaukee, Milwaukee Co., WI.


The Baraboo Weekly News, Baraboo, Sauk Co., WI, Thursday, April 10, 1913

NEWS NOTES FROM LYONS VILLAGE

Mrs. Abby of Baraboo is caring for Mrs. Andrew Patrick, who has been sick for some time.


The Baraboo Weekly News, Baraboo, Sauk Co., WI, Thursday, June 12, 1913

Tuesday

G. W. Armstrong has gone to Cornevell, Canada, where he will spend a few months visiting.


William Feavel died February 13, 1914, in Ludington, Mason Co., MI, at age 64. Buried in City Cemetery, Ludington, Mason Co., MI.


William Feavel death record.


The Baraboo Weekly News, Baraboo, Sauk Co., WI, Thursday, January 27, 1916

NEWS NOTE FROM LYONS

Mrs. Abby of Baraboo visited Mrs. Andrew Patrick.


The Baraboo Weekly News, Baraboo, Sauk Co., WI, Thursday, April 12, 1917

TO TAKE CLAIM AT NINETY-FOUR

Samuel Armstrong, according to a letter received at this office from Superior, has gone to the western country with his daughter, Mrs. C. Abbey. They expect to reside in the west. Mr. Armstrong thinks he is old enough to take a claim, being ninety-four. Mrs. Abbey will visit her daughter at Beulah, N. D., on their way to Wyoming.


Clarissa H. (Armstrong) Griswold died May 13, 1917, in Baraboo, Sauk Co., WI, at age 78. Buried in Walnut Hill Cemetery, Baraboo, Sauk Co., WI.


The Baraboo Weekly News, Baraboo, Sauk Co., WI, Thursday, May 17, 1917

Obituary

Mrs. Clarissa Griswold

Mrs. Clarissa Armstrong Griswold, wife of the late Luther Griswold, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Albert B. Ellis, on the South Side. Deceased was born in Canada 78 years ago. She leaves two daughters and one son: Mrs. Ellis, Mrs. Arthur Hewitt and L. Griswold, all of Baraboo, and two brothers, George Armstrong of Packwaukee and Samuel Armstrong of Superior. Funeral services Wednesday afternoon at 1 o'clock at the Ellis home and a 2 o'clock at the Seventh Day Adventist church.


The Baraboo Weekly News, Baraboo, Sauk Co., WI, Thursday, May 31, 1917

Mrs. Clarissa Griswold

Mrs. Clarissa Armstrong Griswold was born in Lambsdown, Ontario, Canada, July 22, 1838. When still a small child she moved with her parents to Ostego, N. Y. After the death of her father she came to Portage with her uncle, Colonel Hotchkiss, to live. She was married to Luther Griswold at Portage in 1855. Then came to Baraboo, making her home on a farm west of the city. She was a member of the Baptist church for years. In late years she had attended the Seventh Day Adventist church. After a long illness of three months she passed away on May 13 at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Albert Ellis. Her granddaughter, Erna Ellis, a trained nurse, was with her during her illness. She leaves two daughters and one son, Mrs. Albert Ellis, Mrs. Arthur Hewitt and L. Griswold; three brothers, Samuel Armstrong, Superior, George of Packwaukee, and James of Menetto, N. Y.; twenty two grandchildren and twenty-eight great grandchildren.


The Baraboo Weekly News, Baraboo, Sauk Co., WI, Thursday, June 14, 1917

KIRKWOOD

Samuel Armstrong, now in his nineties, visited Thursday at the Robert Koenig home. He came from Superior, to attend the funeral of a sister, Mrs. Griswold, and will soon return to that place.


The Baraboo News, Baraboo, Sauk Co., WI, Thursday, September 11, 1917

NEWS NOTES FROM LYONS VILLAGE

Harry Patrick of Rockford visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Patrick Saturday and Sunday.


The Baraboo News, Baraboo, Sauk Co., WI, Thursday, September 26, 1918

LYONS

Harry Patrick of Milwaukee, was a visitor at the home of his parents several days of last week.


Stevens Point Daily Journal, Stevens Point, Portage Co., WI, Friday, October 25, 1918

MAKES TRIP FROM BUELAH, N. D.

S. B. Armstrong and Mrs. Cora Abbey Take Long Ride

Mrs. Cora Abbey and S. B. Armstrong of Buelah, N. D., spent Wednesday in the city, visiting at the home of William Weinholt, 516 Strongs avenue. They are on their way from Buelah to Packwaukee, where they will spend the winter. Mr. Armstrong is 96 years of age and has made the 800-mile trip from Buelah without inconvenience. Mr. Armstrong is well and strong considering his great age. Both Mr. Armstrong and Mrs. Abbey were former residents of this county, having lived at Junction City 25 years ago. They are still familiar with the city, having visited here several times recently.  


The Baraboo Daily News, Baraboo,  Sauk Co., WI, Thursday, January 16, 1919

Obituary

Phoebe Abbey

The funeral of Phoebe Abbey, who died December 20 at Washington, D. C., where she was in government service, occurred at the chapel of the Baraboo cemetery at 2:30 p. m., December 26, Rev. E. C. Henke officiating, giving the text of Job 23:10; also using the first three verses of  the fourteenth chapter of St. John. Mrs. Mead Simonds and Miss Florence Bates rendered the songs, "My Heavenly Father Knows," also "The Pearly Gates Ajar." The pallbearers were T. B. Towle, Lee Cleveland, Ben Schubring, J. E. Johnson, Orville Veitch and George Higgins. Phoebe Abbey was born August 20, 1894, in Wood county, Wis. She leaves to mourn her loss a father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Abbey, of Beulah, N. D.; three sisters, Mrs. Orel Sovereign of Caldwell, Idaho, Mrs. B. J. Higgins of Baraboo, Wis., and Mrs. Ira Miller of Beulah, N. D.; two brothers, Samuel Abbey of Phillipsburg, Mont., and Oran Abbey of Beulah, N. D., also many friends by whom she will be greatly missed.

Card of Thanks

To the many friends, the pastor for his comforting words; to the sisters and the bearers, for the many beautiful floral offerings, and to all who in any way assisted us in our late bereavement, we wish to express our sincere thanks. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Abbey, Beulah, N. D., Mr. and Mrs. Orel Sovereign, Caldwell, Idaho, Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Higgins, Baraboo, Wis., Mr. and Mrs. Ira Miller, Beulah, N. D., Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Abbey, Phillipsburg, Mont., Mr. Oran Abbey, Beulah N. D.

"'Tis hard to break the tender cord When love has bound the heart; 'Tis hard, so hard, to speak the words, We must from this life part, Dearest loved one, we must lay thee In the peaceful grave's embrace, But thy memory will be cherished "Till we see thy heavenly face.


The Baraboo Weekly News, Baraboo, Sauk Co., WI, Thursday, January 30, 1919

C. W. Abbey left Tuesday morning for Fond du Lac and other places to visit friends before going to Beulah, N. D. While here he visited his daughter, Mrs. B. J. Higgins, and attended the funeral of another daughter, Miss Phoebe Abbey. Mrs. Cora Abbey left yesterday for Packwaukee, Wis., where she is spending the winter; also Mrs. Ira Miller and son will go to Packwaukee and Stratford before returning home to Beulah, N. D., after attending the funeral of Phoebe Abbey. Orrin Abbey, also of Beulah, N. D., will remain here and attend business college. He will stay at the home of his sister, Mrs. B. J. Higgins.


Stevens Point Daily Journal, Stevens Point, Portage Co., WI, Wednesday, May 7, 1919

NEARING CENTURY MARK

S. B. Armstrong and daughter, Mrs. Chas. Abbey, former residents of Milladore, were guests at J. L. Roy's home the first of the week while enroute from Packwaukee to Superior at which latter place they will make their future home. Mr. Armstrong has reached the advanced age of 97 years but he is still active both mentally and physically. His brother at Packwaukee, with whom he spent the winter, is 85 years old.


The Stevens Point Daily Journal, Stevens Point, Portage Co., WI, Thursday, July 17, 1919

VISITS IN NORTH DAKOTA

Despite Advanced Age of 97, S. B. Armstrong Travels Extensively

Mrs. Cora Abbey and her father, S. B. Armstrong, spent a short time in the city today at the home of J. L. Roy. Mrs. Abbey and Mr. Armstrong are on their way to their home at Packwaukee from Beulah, N. D., where they visited with relatives. Mr. Armstrong is almost 97 years of age, but despite his advanced age, still travels extensively. He is healthy and robust and looks years younger than he really is.

Leigh Larson note: This newspaper account of Cora's trip to North Dakota helps to shed a little more light on the Twilight Abbey mystery child that appears in Wisconsin in the 1920 U. S. Census.


   

Samuel Bolton Armstrong (about age 97) and Charles Washington Abbey (about age 59), North Dakota, about July, 1919. Photo courtesy of Kay Koslan.


Hellen Eliza (Jones) Patrick died September 19, 1919, in Baraboo, Sauk Co., WI, at age 80. Buried in Walnut Hill Cemetery, Baraboo, Sauk Co., WI.


The Baraboo Weekly News, Baraboo, Sauk Co., WI, Thursday, September 25, 1919

Obituary

Mrs. Andrew Patrick

Mrs. Andrew Patrick of Lyons passed away at 11 o'clock in the forenoon at her home. She was born in New York state in 1839 and has lived in Baraboo for 50 years. Besides her husband a civil war veteran, she leaves six children, Mrs. Gideon Haskins, and two other married daughters, formerly Bertha and Ethyl not living here also three sons, Walter, Harry and William not residents of Baraboo. Funeral services from the home Monday at 2 o'clock and from the Methodist church at 2:30. Interment in the Baraboo cemetery.


The Baraboo Weekly News, Baraboo, Sauk Co., WI, Thursday, September 25, 1919

Obituary

Mrs. Andrew Patrick

The funeral services for Mrs. Andrew Patrick, who died at her home in Lyons Friday were held from the Free Methodist church on Monday. Rev. Heisel officiated and Mrs. Able and Miss. Ruth Prothero sang. The pallbearers were, Lincoln Haskins, Simon C. Haskins, O. G. Watkins, I. N. Watson, P. H. Crossman and David Sansum. The three sons, Harry of Milwaukee, Walter of Racine, and William of this city also two daughters, Mrs. Markel of Rockford and Mrs. G. W. Haskins of this city were present at the services. The other daughter, Mrs. John Scogen of Miles City, Mont., was not able to be present. Deceased also leaves a husband to mourn her death. Interment in the Baraboo cemetery.


The Postage Daily Register, Portage, Columbia Co., WI, Wednesday, October 1, 1919

IN BARABOO 50 YEARS, DIES

BARABOO - Mrs. Andrew Patrick of Lyons passed away at her home. She was born in New York state in 1839 and has lived in Baraboo for 50 years. Besides her husband a civil war veteran, she leaves six children, Mrs. Gideon Haskins, and two other married daughters, formerly Bertha and Ethyl not living, and also three sons, Walter, Harry and William not residents of Baraboo. Funeral services from the home and from the Methodist church. Interment in the Baraboo cemetery.


The 1920 U. S. Census taken on January 22, 1920, shows Cora A. Abbey (age 53) born in Wisconsin to Canadian-born parents is a widow living in Packwaukee Twp., Marquette Co., WI. She is listed as the owner and head of household. Living with her is her son, Twilight Abbey (age 9/12) born in North Dakota to Montana and Wisconsin-born parents. Also living there is her father, Samuel B. Armstrong (age 97) born in Canada to English-born parents and having emigrated in 1858 and naturalized in 1860.

The 1920 U. S. Census taken on January 13, 1920, shows William McIntosh (age 81) born in Massachusetts to Maine and Massachusetts-born parents, is a widower, and is Boarding in the Ida W. Knapp household, Town of Delton, Sauk Co., WI.

The 1920 U. S. Census taken on January 15, 1920, shows William Johnson (age 44) born in Missouri to Missouri-born parents, is a widower Farmer, and who owns his farm free of a mortgage, and is living in Union Twp., Stone Co., MO. Living with him is his son, Lawrence Johnson (age 7) born in Missouri to Missouri-born parents.


The Baraboo Weekly News, Baraboo, Sauk Co., WI, Thursday, August 12, 1920

SUMPTER

Mrs. R. H. Mather is entertaining her father, Mr. Mcintosh of Delton and her sisters Mrs. Harry Kelly of Dakota and Mrs. Roy Zumstein of Washington D. C. Friday being Mr. McIntosh's birthday a celebration was given in his honor.


In January, 1921, Samuel went with his daughter Cora to visit his son Harrison Armstrong, in Superior, Douglas Co., WI. They were there until July 5th, at which time they came to Baraboo to visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Ellis, at whose home he passed away Sunday morning at half past ten.

Samuel Bolton Armstrong died August 20, 1921, in Baraboo, Sauk Co., WI, at age 99. Buried in Walnut Hill Cemetery, Baraboo, Sauk Co., WI.


Samuel Bolton Armstrong Death Certificate.


The Baraboo Weekly News, Baraboo, Sauk Co., WI, Thursday, September 1, 1921

PIONEER 99 DIES SUNDAY

Bolton Samuel Armstrong passed away at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Cora Abbey on Ellis avenue Sunday morning at 10:30, after an illness of only a few hours. He was born in Quebec, Canada 99 years ago and was remarkably active for a man of his years. He came of a family which was extraordinary for the long lives of some of its members, having one brother who lived to be 107 years old, and several who reached the hundred mark. Mr. Armstrong spent most of his life in Baraboo, being a carpenter by trade. Twenty years ago he retired from his occupation and has since taken great pleasure in the manufacture of violins, having completed one for his grandson only a few days before his death. The character of the deceased was exceedingly noteworthy for its commendable nature. He leaves to mourn his life one daughter, Mrs. Cora Abbey of this city, and three sons, Ira of Rockford, George of Saltese, Montana, and Harry of Superior. Funeral services will be held Tuesday afternoon at two o'clock at the home of Albert Ellis at Ellis avenue and at 2:30 at the Seven Day Advent church, Rev. Gaylord of Madison officiating.


The Baraboo Daily News, Baraboo, Sauk Co., WI, Thursday, September 8, 1921

Samuel Bolton Armstrong

Funeral services for the late Samuel B. Armstrong were held Tuesday afternoon from the home of A. B. Ellis on Ellis avenue at two o'clock and from the Seven Day Advent church at two-thirty. Rev. H. Savage had charge of the service and Mrs. J. C. Johnson and Rev. Savage sang several selections. The pall-bearers were A. B. Ellis, Lew Griswald, Orville Veitch, R. J. Higgins, Fred Stackhouse, and Pearl Waddell. Interment was made in the Baraboo cemetery. Those from out of town who attended the funeral were a brother, Ira W. Armstrong of Winnebago, Ill., and Frank Whaley, of Packwaukee, Wis.

S. B. Armstrong

Samuel Bolton Armstrong was born in Quebeck, Canada, April 19, 1822. He was a carpenter by trade. At the age of 20 he was married to Mary Travel and to them were born three children, two sons and one daughter, Richard, George and Caroline. Years after his wife's death he was married to Delilah M. Jones of Oswego, N. Y. of them were born five children, three sons and two girls, Henry, Mary, Cora, Harrison and Ira. Of these children four are living. George of Staltese, Montana, Cora of Packawan, Harrison of Superior, Wis., and Ira of Winnebago, Ill. His second wife died in 1903, some years later he went to live at the home of his sister, Mrs. Luther Griswould of this city. Shortly before her death he went to make his home with his daughter, Mrs. Cora Abbey, of Packwankee, Wis. Last January he went with his daughter to visit his son Harrison of Superior. They were there until July 5th at that time they came to Baraboo to visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Ellis at whose home he passed away Sunday morning at half past ten. For years Mr. Armstrong had been a faithful member of the Seven Day Advent church. 

Card of Thanks

We wish to thank Rev. Savage for his kind and comforting words, also the singers and organist and those who gave the floral offerings and the kind friends and relatives who assisted us in our sad bereavement and those who acted as pallbearers.

Mrs. Cora Abby, George Armstrong, Harry Armstrong, Ira Armstrong, A. B. Ellis, Mrs. A. B. Ellis..................


The Baraboo Weekly News, Baraboo, Sauk Co., WI, Thursday, September 1, 1921

PIONEER 99 DIES SUNDAY

Bolton Samuel Armstrong passed away at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Cora Abbey on Ellis avenue Sunday morning at 10:30, after an illness of only a few hours. He was born in Quebec, Canada 99 years ago and was remarkably active for a man of his years. He came of a family which was extraordinary for the long lives of some of its members, having one brother who lived to be 107 years old, and several who reached the hundred mark. Mr. Armstrong spent most of his life in Baraboo, being a carpenter by trade. Twenty years ago he retired from his occupation and has since taken great pleasure in the manufacture of violins, having completed one for his grandson only a few days before his death. The character of the deceased was exceedingly noteworthy for its commendable nature. He leaves to mourn his life one daughter, Mrs. Cora Abbey of this city, and three sons, Ira of Rockford, George of Saltese, Montana, and Harry of Superior. Funeral services will be held Tuesday afternoon at two o'clock at the home of Albert Ellis at Ellis avenue and at 2:30 at the Seven Day Advent church, Rev. Gaylord of Madison officiating.


Andrew Henry Patrick died November 12, 1921, at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Kate Haskins, in the Village of Lyons, Sauk Co., WI, at age 85. Buried in Walnut Hill Cemetery, Baraboo, Sauk Co., WI.


The Baraboo Weekly News, Baraboo, Sauk Co., WI, Thursday, November 17, 1921

ANOTHER G. A. R. VETERAN PASSES

Andrew Patrick passed away at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Kate Haskins, in Lyons on Saturday night after an illness of a little over a week with pneumonia. He had been in feeble health for some time, being an elderly man. Deceased was born in Canada on August 11th, 1836, and moved to New York state when nine years old. For the past two years he has made his home here with his daughter. Mr. Patrick's wife died a few years ago. He is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Bertha Markel, Rockford; Mrs. Ethel Barlow, St Paul; and Mrs. Kate Haskins, this city; and three sons, Harry of Milwaukee, Walter of Racine; and William of Baraboo. There are also several grandchildren and great grandchildren. Funeral services on Tuesday afternoon at 1:30 at the Haskins home and at two 'clock from the Lyons church Rev. Goodenough and the G. A. R. post having charge of the services.


The Wisconsin State Journal, Madison, Dane Co., WI, Saturday, November 19, 1921

Funeral services for Andrew Patrick were held Tuesday afternoon at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Kate Haskins. The Rev. E. A. Goodenough and the G. A. R. Post had charge of the services.


Stevens Point Daily Journal, Stevens Point, WI, Thursday, December 15, 1921

TO RESIDE IN THE WEST.

Mrs. Cora Abbey of Packwaukee came up Monday evening and visited until this morning at J. L. Roy's home on Fremont street. Mrs. Abbey has gone to Warner, N. Dak., for a several week's visit with her children, after which she will continue westward to Idaho and live with her oldest daughter. For a long period of years Mrs. Abbey served as housekeeper for her father, Samuel Armstrong, a pioneer resident of Baraboo, who died there in August last at the advanced age of 99 years and 4 months.

Leigh Larson note: Cora's estranged husband, Charles Washington Abbey, is the brother-in-law of Adam William Shidell. Adam William Scheidel is the nephew of Jacob Shidel. Mrs. J. L. Roy is Mary Emma (Shidel) (Ellis) (Martin) Roy, the daughter of Jacob Scheidel.  


William Augustus McIntosh died 1923, in Wisconsin, at about age 84. Buried in Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Lodi, Columbia Co., WI.

Mary Emma (White) (Lovely) Patrick died February 26, 1926, at the Penwell Hotel, Missoula, Hellgate Twp., Missoula Co., MT, at age 68. Buried in Irvine Creek Cemetery, Irvington, Dunn Co., WI.


Mary Emma (White) (Lovely) Patrick death record.


William L. Johnson died January 17, 1929, in Neosho, Newton Co., MO, at age 55. Buried in Edmonds Cemetery, Bethpage, McDonald Co., MO.


William L. Johnson Death Certificate.


The 1930 U. S. Census taken on April 8, 1930, shows Charles Lea (age 55) born in England to Scotland and England-born parents, and first married at age 20, and having immigrated in 1925, and a Naturalized citizen, is a married Salesman for a Retail Coffee Company, and who rents his house for $30/month, and is living at 419 North Fairview, 11th Ward, City of Saint Paul, Ramsey Co., MN. Living with him is his wife, Ethel Lea (age 54) born in New York to New York-born parents, and first married at age 18.

Oliver O. Markel died December 9, 1934, at Wisconsin General Hospital, Madison, Dane Co., WI, at age 79. Buried in South Grove Cemetery, Sharon Twp., Walworth Co., WI.


The Janesville Daily Gazette, Janesville, Rock Co., WI, Tuesday, December 11, 1934

Oliver Markell, of Sharon, Dead

Sharon - Oliver O. Markell, 78, a retired farmer of Sharon, died Sunday in Wisconsin General hospital, Madison, where he had been confined a week. He underwent an operation and pneumonia set in, causing his death. Mr. Markell was born in Sharon township June 11, 1856, the son of Peter and Catherine Markell, and in 1876 married Nancy Quackenbush, who died Oct. 4, 1901. Four children were born to this union, one of whom died in infancy. He spent all of his life in Sharon and vicinity, with the exception of 20 years in Rockford, Ill. On Aug. 27, 1912, Mr. Markell married Bertha Parker, who survives him together with three daughters, Mrs. Bert Daniels, Sharon, Mrs. William Allison, Milwaukee, and Mrs. Sherm Towne, Johnstowne, N. Y.; nine grandchildren; and 12 great-grandchildren. The funeral will be held at 1:30 p. m. Wednesday in the home and at 2 o'clock in the Christ Luteran church, the Rev. L. Woods officiating. Burial will be in South Grove cemetery.


Edward G. Harvey died August 5, 1937, in Mankato, Blue Earth Co., MN.

Bertha Maria "Marie" (Patrick) (Parker) (Felt) Markel died February 2, 1945, at the home of her son, Edgar, Baraboo, Sauk Co., WI, at age 85. Buried in Walnut Hill Cemetery, Baraboo, Sauk Co., WI.


The Capital Times, Madison, Dane Co., WI, Saturday, February 3, 1945

Mrs. Markel of Baraboo Dead

BARABOO, Wis. - Mrs. Bertha M. Markel, 85, died here Friday at the home of her son, Edgar. Mrs. Markel is survived by another son, Leonard, Beloit, and one daughter, Mrs. Lucy Hahn, Roscoe, Ill. Funeral services will be held Monday at 1:30 p. m. at the Scheible and Dyrud funeral home. Burial will be in Walnut Hill cemetery.


Charles Lea died August 10, 1945, at King County Hospital No. 1, Seattle, King Co., WA, at age 70. Buried in Hillcrest Burial Park, Kent, King Co., WA.


Charles Lea Death Certificate.


Florence Ethel (Patrick) (Bartlow) Lea died June 27, 1966, at Lynnwood Manor Nursing Home, Lynnwood, Snohomish Co., WA, at age 91. Buried in Hillcrest Burial Park, Kent, King Co., WA.


Florence Ethel (Patrick) (Bartlow) Lea Death Certificate.


The Seattle Daily Times, Seattle, King Co., WA, Tuesday, June 28, 1966

DEATHS - FUNERALS - Florence Ethel,

LEA - Florence Ethel, age 91. Mother of Mrs. Alice Edwards, Mrs. Frank McFarland, of Seattle and Rev. W. R. Bartlow, Lynnwood. Nine grandchildren, 17 great grandchildren and 14 great great grandchildren. Services Friday at 10 a .m. Clark-Rafferty & Putnam Funeral Home. Interment Kent cemetery.


The Seattle Daily Times, Seattle, King Co., WA, Wednesday, June 29, 1966

MRS. CHARLES LEA

Funeral services for Mrs. Florence Ethel Lea, 91, formerly of 707 Motor Place n., will be at 10 o'clock Friday in the Clark-Rafferty & Putnam chapel, with burial in Kent cemetery, She died Monday in a Lynwood nursing home. Born in Baraboo, Wis., Mrs. Lea moved here from Sioux City Iowa in 1931. Her husband, Charles, died in 1947. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Alice Edwards and Mrs. Frank McFarland, both of Seattle, and a son, the Rev. W. R. Bartlow, Lynnwood.