Ocey Offutt1

F, b. November 26, 1875, d. July 28, 1944
FatherJames Orlando Offutt1 b. 1842, d. 14 Apr 1879
MotherSarah E. Jackson1 d. 16 Oct 1881
Last EditedJune 12, 2020
     Ocey Offutt was born on November 26, 1875 at MO, USAG.1,2,3,4,5 She was listed in the 1880 census at Virgil Township, Vernon County, MO, USAG, in the household of Bettie Offutt on June 23, 1880.6 As of June 23, 1880, Ocey Offutt was also known as Osieola Offutt.3 As of May 31, 1891,her married name was Michael.7 She married Orrey Michael on May 31, 1891 at MO, USAG.7 Ocey Offutt died on July 28, 1944 at Ozark Osteopathic Hospital, Springfield, Greene County, MO, USAG, at age 68.8,5 She was buried on July 30, 1944 at Mansfield Cemetery, Mansfield, Wright County, MO, USAG.5,9

Family

Orrey Michael b. c 1868
Children

Citations

  1. [S6120] James Orlando Offutt, DECLARATION FOR CHILDREN UNDER SIXTEEN YEARS OF AGE, Application 508738, Lists the minor children of James Orlando Offutt as Ralph E. Offutt, born April 11, 1879 and Ocey Offutt, born November 26, 1875. That the father was married under the name James O. Offutt to Sarah E. Jackson.
  2. [S6121] James Orlando Offutt, GENERAL AFFADAVIT, Application 508738, In this affadavit it lists the birthdate of Ocey Offutt as November 26, 1875.
  3. [S1861] June 23, 1880 Federal Census, 700 Pennsylvania AVE, NW, Washington, DC, USA, Population Schedule; Virgil Township, Vernon County, MO, Line 17 lists Osieola, a daughter, age 4, born in Missouri.
  4. [S1103] Find A Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi, Find A Grave memorial #144803865. Bio Section has "Ossie Offutt. Her name appears in the records as: Osieola, Ossie, Ossi, Osie. She was born 26 Nov 1875 in Ray County Missouri, the daughter of James Orlander Offutt and Sarah Bettie Jackson. Ossie or Osie was married to Orry E Michael 31 May 1891 in Daviess County Missouri. They later divorced. At some point before 1930 Ossie married Harry Hoffman. He passed away 1937 in Kansas City, Missouri. Per Ossie Hoffman's death certificate, she was buried at Mansfield Cemetery under the direction of the Steffe Funeral Home."
  5. [S6137] Ossie Hoffman, State of Missouri Death Certificate, Reg. Dist. No. 128; Primary Reg. Dist. 5466; State File No. 24694; Registrar's No. 623. Death Certificate for Ossie Hoffman. Died July 28, 1944 in Ozark Osteopathic Hospital, Greene County, MO. A female born November 26, 1875 in Gallatin, Missouri. Appears to say that she was married twice and was widowed. Husband's name Harry Hoffman, he is listed as deceased. Buried July 31, 1944 in Mansfield Cemetery. Informant Luetta Bacon. Both of her parents are listed as unknown.
  6. [S1861] June 23, 1880 Federal Census, 700 Pennsylvania AVE, NW, Washington, DC, USA, Population Schedule; Virgil Township, Vernon County, MO, Dwelling #85 and Family #161. Line 16 lists Bettie Offutt, age 25, mark in widowed/divorced column, keeps house, born in Missouri. Line 17 lists Osieola, a daughter, age 4, born in Missouri. Line 18 lists H. Raplh, a son, age 2.
  7. [S6135] Daviess Cty. MO Marr. Reg. 1859-1891: Daviess County Missouri Marriage Register 1859-1891, page 353, #2316. Marriage license application, Marriage License and mariage certification for Orrey E. Michael, age 23 of Daviess County, Missouri and Miss Ocey Offitt, age 16, of Daivess County, Missouri (Guardians written consent). Marriage performed by J. W. Casebolt(?) on May 31, 1891. Marriage was recorded June 11, 1891. [Spelling of names is as on the document, (?) means that I am unsure that I am correct in my transcription for the name or text]
  8. [S6136] The Kansas City Times, August 9, 1944, Pg. 6, Printed in the Wednesday, August 9, 1944 edition of The Kansas City Times, page 6. "Mrs. Ossie Hoffman, 69, 2818 Peery, died Jul 28 in a Sringfield, MO., hospital. She had been visiting a daughter, Mrs. B. B. Bacon, Mansfield, MO., when she became ill. Surviving also are a brother, Ralph Offut, somewhere in Colorado, and two sons, Lowell Michael and Ralph Michael, Leavenworh, Kas. Service and burial were held July 30 at Mansfield."
  9. [S1103] Find A Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi, Find A Grave memorial #144803865. Bio Section has "Ossie Offutt. Her name appears in the records as: Osieola, Ossie, Ossi, Osie. She was born 26 Nov 1875 in Ray County Missouri, the daughter of James Orlander Offutt and Sarah Bettie Jackson. Ossie or Osie was married to Orry E Michael 31 May 1891 in Daviess County Missouri. They later divorced. At some point before 1930 Ossie married Harry Hoffman. He passed away 1937 in Kansas City, Missouri. Per Ossie Hoffman's death certificate, she was buied at Mansfield Cemetery under the direction of the Steffe Funeral Home."
  10. [S6139] Garrie E. Michael, State of Missouri Death Certificate, Reg. Dist. No. 398; Primary Reg. Dist. 3019; State File No. 2991; Registered No. 43. Death Certificate for Garrie E. Michael. Died February 8, 1938; Independence Sanitarium & Hospital, Independence, Jackson County, MO. A male born April 17, 1893 in Pattonsburg, Missouri. Married. Husband of Charline Michael. Buried February 9, 1938 in Mt. Moriah. Filed February 10, 1938. Informant Mrs. Charline Michael, 1427 Hardy, Independence, Missouri. Father Orie Michael. Mother's maiden name Osie Offutt. Mother listed as born in Fleming, MO [Fleming, Missouri is in Ray County].
  11. [S6138] Naomi Huson, State of Missouri Death Certificate, Reg. Dist. No. ; Primary Reg. Dist. ; State File No. 38402; Registered No. 4532. Death Certificate for Naomi Huson. Died November 24, 1917 at 1419 Jefferson, Kansas City, Jackson County, MO. A female born December 4, 1899 in Ray County, Missouri. Married. Buried July 31, 1944 in Mt. Washington November 26, 1917. Informant O. E. Michael, same address as place of death. Father Orry E. Michael. Mother's maiden name Ossie Offutte. Both of her parents are listed as born in MO.

Ralph E. Offutt1

M, b. April 11, 1878, d. March 26, 1958
FatherJames Orlando Offutt1 b. 1842, d. 14 Apr 1879
MotherSarah E. Jackson1 d. 16 Oct 1881
Last EditedJune 10, 2020
     Ralph E. Offutt was born on April 11, 1878 at MO, USAG.1,2,3,4,5 He lived in 1918 at Cameron, Clinton County, MO, USAG.3 He lived on April 2, 1942 at Alamosa, Alamosa County, CO, USAG.4 He died on March 26, 1958 at St. Mary Corwin Hospital, Pueblo, Pueblo County, CO, USAG, at age 79.6 He was buried on March 29, 1958.7

Citations

  1. [S6120] James Orlando Offutt, DECLARATION FOR CHILDREN UNDER SIXTEEN YEARS OF AGE, Application 508738, Lists the minor children of James Orlando Offutt as Ralph E. Offutt, born April 11, 1879 and Ocey Offutt, born November 26, 1875. That the father was married under the name James O. Offutt to Sarah E. Jackson.
  2. [S6121] James Orlando Offutt, GENERAL AFFADAVIT, Application 508738, In this affadavit it lists the birthdate of Ralph E. Offutt as April 11, 1877, not 1879. Later records, as in the World War I and World War II Draft Registration forms list his date of birth as April 11, 1878 so I've removed this date.
  3. [S6122] "WW 1 Draft Reg. Cards 1917-1918", World War I Draft Registration Card for Ralph Offutt. Residing at 216 ?, Cameron, MO. Age 40, born April 11, 1878; a US Citizen Native Born. Occupation Farmer but presently not working. Contact Person listed is Basil O. Offutt, at the same address. Back of card describes him as being of medium height, slender build with grey eyes and ?? hair.
  4. [S6123] "Draft Reg. Card", World War II Draft Registration Card for Ralph Offutt. Residing at 425 Main St., Alamosa, Alamosa, Colorado. Age 64, born April 11, 1878 in Atcheson, Kansas. Employed at the Stockyards in Alamosa. Contact Person listed is Opal, at the same address. Back of card describes him as being 5' 7" tall, 145 pounds, blue eyes and gray hair. In every Census record that I've found, he is listed as being born in MO so I have deleted the Atcheson, Kansas place of birth.
  5. [S1861] June 23, 1880 Federal Census, 700 Pennsylvania AVE, NW, Washington, DC, USA, Population Schedule; Virgil Township, Vernon County, MO, Line 18 lists H. Raplh, a son, age 2, born in MO.
  6. [S6126] The Cameron Sun and Weekly Observer, April 3, 1958, Pg. 1, Printed in the Thursday, April 3, 1958 edition of The Cameron Sun and Weekly Observer on page 1. "ATTEND RITES FOR FATHER - Basil Offutt and Mrs. Theo Gibson of Cameron, Orville Offutt of Stewartsville and Mrs. Ralph West, Anderson, Mo., returned Sunday evening from Alamosa, Colo., where they had attended funeral services Saturday morning for their father, Ralph Offutt. Mr. Offutt had been ill for several months, and a week prior to his death at St. Mary Corwin Hospital in Pueblo last Wednesday had had major surgery. His sons and daughters had been with him at that time. r Mrs. West's daughter, Mrs. Helmer Gylling. and family of Albuquerque. N. M.. also went to Alamosa for the services held at the Sacred Heart Catholic Church." Date of death calculated using calender.
  7. [S6126] The Cameron Sun and Weekly Observer, April 3, 1958, Pg. 1, Printed in the Thursday, April 3, 1958 edition of The Cameron Sun and Weekly Observer on page 1. "ATTEND RITES FOR FATHER - Basil Offutt and Mrs. Theo Gibson of Cameron, Orville Offutt of Stewartsville and Mrs. Ralph West, Anderson, Mo., returned Sunday evening from Alamosa, Colo., where they had attended funeral services Saturday morning for their father, Ralph Offutt. Mr. Offutt had been ill for several months, and a week prior to his death at St. Mary Corwin Hospital in Pueblo last Wednesday had had major surgery. His sons and daughters had been with him at that time. r Mrs. West's daughter, Mrs. Helmer Gylling. and family of Albuquerque. N. M.. also went to Alamosa for the services held at the Sacred Heart Catholic Church." Date of funeral calculated using calender.

Orrey Michael1

M, b. circa 1868
Last EditedJune 12, 2020
     Orrey Michael was born circa 1868.1 He married Ocey Offutt, daughter of James Orlando Offutt and Sarah E. Jackson, on May 31, 1891 at MO, USAG.1

Family

Ocey Offutt b. 26 Nov 1875, d. 28 Jul 1944
Children

Citations

  1. [S6135] Daviess Cty. MO Marr. Reg. 1859-1891: Daviess County Missouri Marriage Register 1859-1891, page 353, #2316. Marriage license application, Marriage License and mariage certification for Orrey E. Michael, age 23 of Daviess County, Missouri and Miss Ocey Offitt, age 16, of Daivess County, Missouri (Guardians written consent). Marriage performed by J. W. Casebolt(?) on May 31, 1891. Marriage was recorded June 11, 1891. [Spelling of names is as on the document, (?) means that I am unsure that I am correct in my transcription for the name or text]
  2. [S6139] Garrie E. Michael, State of Missouri Death Certificate, Reg. Dist. No. 398; Primary Reg. Dist. 3019; State File No. 2991; Registered No. 43. Death Certificate for Garrie E. Michael. Died February 8, 1938; Independence Sanitarium & Hospital, Independence, Jackson County, MO. A male born April 17, 1893 in Pattonsburg, Missouri. Married. Husband of Charline Michael. Buried February 9, 1938 in Mt. Moriah. Filed February 10, 1938. Informant Mrs. Charline Michael, 1427 Hardy, Independence, Missouri. Father Orie Michael. Mother's maiden name Osie Offutt. Mother listed as born in Fleming, MO [Fleming, Missouri is in Ray County].
  3. [S6138] Naomi Huson, State of Missouri Death Certificate, Reg. Dist. No. ; Primary Reg. Dist. ; State File No. 38402; Registered No. 4532. Death Certificate for Naomi Huson. Died November 24, 1917 at 1419 Jefferson, Kansas City, Jackson County, MO. A female born December 4, 1899 in Ray County, Missouri. Married. Buried July 31, 1944 in Mt. Washington November 26, 1917. Informant O. E. Michael, same address as place of death. Father Orry E. Michael. Mother's maiden name Ossie Offutte. Both of her parents are listed as born in MO.

Naomi Michael1

F, b. December 4, 1899, d. November 24, 1917
FatherOrrey Michael1 b. c 1868
MotherOcey Offutt1 b. 26 Nov 1875, d. 28 Jul 1944
Last EditedJune 12, 2020
     Naomi Michael was born on December 4, 1899 at Ray County, MO, USAG.1 She died on November 24, 1917 at Kansas City, Jackson County, MO, USAG, at age 17.2 She was buried on November 26, 1917 at Mount Washington Cemetery, Independence, Jackson County, MO, USAG.3

Citations

  1. [S6138] Naomi Huson, State of Missouri Death Certificate, Reg. Dist. No. ; Primary Reg. Dist. ; State File No. 38402; Registered No. 4532. Death Certificate for Naomi Huson. Died November 24, 1917 at 1419 Jefferson, Kansas City, Jackson County, MO. A female born December 4, 1899 in Ray County, Missouri. Married. Buried July 31, 1944 in Mt. Washington November 26, 1917. Informant O. E. Michael, same address as place of death. Father Orry E. Michael. Mother's maiden name Ossie Offutte. Both of her parents are listed as born in MO.
  2. [S6137] Ossie Hoffman, State of Missouri Death Certificate, Reg. Dist. No. ; Primary Reg. Dist. ; State File No. 38402; Registered No. 4532. Death Certificate for Naomi Huson. Died November 24, 1917 at 1419 Jefferson, Kansas City, Jackson County, MO. A female born December 4, 1899 in Ray County, Missouri. Married. Buried July 31, 1944 in Mt. Washington November 26, 1917. Informant O. E. Michael, same address as place of death. Father Orry E. Michael. Mother's maiden name Ossie Offutte. Both of her parents are listed as born in MO.
  3. [S1103] Find A Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi, Find A Grave memorial #141436012.

Garrie E. Michael1

M, b. April 17, 1893, d. February 8, 1938
FatherOrrey Michael1 b. c 1868
MotherOcey Offutt1 b. 26 Nov 1875, d. 28 Jul 1944
Last EditedJune 12, 2020
     Garrie E. Michael was born on April 17, 1893 at Pattonsburg, Daviess County, MO, USAG.1 He died on February 8, 1938 at Independence Sanitarium & Hospital, independence, Jackson County, MO, USAG, at age 44.1 He was buried on February 9, 1938 at Mount Moriah Cemetery, Kansas City, Jackson County, MO, USAG.1,2

Citations

  1. [S6139] Garrie E. Michael, State of Missouri Death Certificate, Reg. Dist. No. 398; Primary Reg. Dist. 3019; State File No. 2991; Registered No. 43. Death Certificate for Garrie E. Michael. Died February 8, 1938; Independence Sanitarium & Hospital, Independence, Jackson County, MO. A male born April 17, 1893 in Pattonsburg, Missouri. Married. Husband of Charline Michael. Buried February 9, 1938 in Mt. Moriah. Filed February 10, 1938. Informant Mrs. Charline Michael, 1427 Hardy, Independence, Missouri. Father Orie Michael. Mother's maiden name Osie Offutt. Mother listed as born in Fleming, MO [Fleming, Missouri is in Ray County].
  2. [S1103] Find A Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi, Find A Grave memorial #144813381. Photo of grave marker. "GARRIE E. MICHAEL 1893-1938; EUGENE S. MICHAEL LOST ON TINIAN APR. 3, 1945."

Sarah Eleanor Brockway1

F, b. July 16, 1870, d. May 8, 1952
FatherCharles Vine Uttley Brockway1,2 b. 13 Jun 1807, d. 31 Mar 1884
MotherElizabeth Catherine Offutt1 b. 29 Dec 1833, d. 27 Jan 1920
Last EditedJune 13, 2020
     Sarah Eleanor Brockway was born on July 16, 1870 at DC, USAG.1 As of after January 29, 1920,her married name was Hayward.3 She died on May 8, 1952 at Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA, USAG, at age 81.1,2 She was buried on May 10, 1952 at Sacramento City Cemetery, Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA, USAG.1,4

Citations

  1. [S1103] Find A Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi, Find A Grave memorial #11045265. Photo of grave marker. "WIFE SARAH B. HAYWARD JUL. 16, 1870 - MAY 8, 1952."
  2. [S6144] The Sacramento Bee, May 8, 1952, Pg. 53, Printed in the Thursday, May 8, 1952 edition of The Sacramento Bee on page 53. "Mrs. Sarah Hayward Dies In Hospital - Mrs. Sarah Hayward, the daughter of a pioneer Sacramento settler, died today in the Sutter Hospital. Her father, Charles V. U. Brockway, came across the plains in 1849 to settle in Sacramento. He first operated a motel at Eleventh and K Streets and then farmed on land extending from what is now the C. K. McClatchy High School property to Land Park between Freeport Boulevard and Land Park Drive. Mrs. Hayward's sister, Mrs. Eliza Ann Beach, 86, died Easter Sunday. Another sister, Mrs. Mary T. Edwards, lives at 3225 Freeport Boulevard. Mrs. Hayward lived most of her life in Sacramento. Her home was at 3219 Freeport Boulevard. Arrangements for the funeral will be made in the Harry A. Nauman & Son Funeral Home."
  3. [S6143] The Sacramento Bee, January 28, 1920, Pg. 14, Printed in the Wednesday, January 28, 1920 edition of The Sacramento Bee on page 14. "Mrs. Elizabeth Brockway Dies - Death late yesterday afternoon claimed Mrs. Elizabeth C. Brockway, for more than fifty five years a resident of Sacramento, and a widow of the late C. V. Brockway, a prominent farmer of the Freeport District. The funeral will be held tomorrow from her late residence at 3203 Twenty-first Street. Mrs. Brockway was 80 years old, and was the mother of Mrs. J. H. Beach of Freeport, Mrs. M. T. Edwards and Miss Sadie E. Brockway of Sacramento." Since she is listed as Miss Sadie E. Brockway marriage had to be after this date.
  4. [S6145] The Sacramento Bee, May 9, 1952, Pg. 35, Printed in the Friday, May 9, 1952 edition of The Sacramento Bee on page 35. "Rev. J. Franklin Fisher of the Free Methodist Church will conduct funeral services tomorrow at 1:30 PM in the Harry A. Nauman & Son Funeral Home for Mrs. Sarah B. Hayward. Mrs. Hayward, daughter of a pioneer Sacramento settler, died yesterday in the Sutter Hospital. Her father, Charles V. U. Brockway, settled in Sacramento in 1849, entered the hotel business and later farmed extensively. Mrs. Hayward leaves her sister, Mrs. Mary T. Edwards of 3225 Freeport Boulevard."

Eliza Ann Brockway1

F, b. December 19, 1865, d. April 13, 1952
FatherCharles Vine Uttley Brockway1 b. 13 Jun 1807, d. 31 Mar 1884
MotherElizabeth Catherine Offutt1 b. 29 Dec 1833, d. 27 Jan 1920
Last EditedJune 13, 2020
     Eliza Ann Brockway was born on December 19, 1865 at CA, USAG.1 As of 1896,her married name was Beach.2 She died on April 13, 1952 at Sacramento County, CA, USAG, at age 86.1,2 She was buried on April 15, 1952 at Sacramento City Cemetery, Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA, USAG.1,2

Citations

  1. [S1103] Find A Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi, Find A Grave memorial #9703700. Photo of grave marker. "ELIZA ANN BEACH DECEMBER 19, 1865 - APRIL 13, 1952."
  2. [S6146] The Sacramento Bee, April 15, 1952, Pg. 3, Printed in the Tuesday, April 15, 1952 edition of The Sacramento Bee on page 3. "Twin Daughter Of Capital Pioneer Is Dead At 86 - Final rites were held today for Mrs. Eliza Ann Beach, 86. believed to have been one of the oldest of native born Sacramento twins. She was the daughter of a pioneer Sacramento settler. - Mrs. Beach died Sunday in her ranch home in the Freeport District. Her twin sister is Mrs. Mary T. Edwards of 3225 Freeport Boulevard. - Father A 49e'r - Mrs. Beach was the daughter of Charles V. U. Brockway, he came across the plains in Sacramento. He first operated a hotel at Eleventh and K Street and then farmed on land in the vicinity of what is now the C. K. McClatchy High School property. - Mrs. Beach and her sister were born in the family home located where the C. K. McClatchy High School now stands. She married Julius H. Beach in 1896. He operated a Freeport district ranch for She was a member of the Sacramento Grange No. 12. - Two Survivors - Also surviving are a son. Alvin I Beach of the Freeport area. and another sister. Mrs. Sarah B. Hayward of Sacramento."
    Burial was in the City Cemetery following rites in the Harry A. Nauman Funeral Home.

Mary Teresa Brockway1,2

F, b. December 19, 1865, d. January 12, 1959
FatherCharles Vine Uttley Brockway1 b. 13 Jun 1807, d. 31 Mar 1884
MotherElizabeth Catherine Offutt1 b. 29 Dec 1833, d. 27 Jan 1920
Last EditedJune 13, 2020
     Mary Teresa Brockway was born on December 19, 1865.1,2 As of 1890,her married name was Edwards.1 She married Benjamin L. Edwards in 1890.1 Mary Teresa Brockway died on January 12, 1959 at Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA, USAG, at age 93.1,2

Family

Benjamin L. Edwards d. 1897

Citations

  1. [S6147] The Sacramento Bee, January 13, 1959, Pg. B4, Printed in the Tuesday, January 13, 1959 edition of The Sacramento Bee on page B4. "Mary Edwards Dies; Father Was Pioneer
    Mrs. Mary T. Edwards, the daughter of a pioneer Sacramento settler, died last night in her home at 3225 Freeport Boulevard at the age of 93. She was born in the family ranch home on land which is now part of the C. K. McClatchy High School property. - Father Ran Hotel - Her father, Charles V. U. Brockway, came across the plains in 1849 to settle in Placerville, EI Dorado County, and a short time later in Sacramento. At first he operated a hotel at 11th and K Streets and then he farmed on land which extended from the presen high school property to Land Park between Freeport Boulevard and Land Park Drive. - She and her husband, Benjamin L. Edwards, a rancher, were married in 1890 and established their home at 3225 Freeport Boulevard. He died seven years later. Her sisters, Mrs. Eliza Annie Beach and Mrs. Sarah B. Hayward, both of Sacramento, died in 1952. - Son Survives - She leaves a son, Lincoln B. Edwards of the Freeport Boulevard address; nephews and nieces, C. Alvin Beach of Sacramento, Elizabeth G. Edwards of San Mateo, San Mateo County; Mrs. Marion G. Freeborn of Davis, Yolo County; and Thomas E. Gay of Berkeley. Services will be held Thursday at 11 AM in the Harry A. Nauman & Son Funeral Home. Burial will be in the City Cemetery."
  2. [S1103] Find A Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi, Find A Grave memorial #11045288. Photo of grave marker. "MARY T. EDWARDS DEC. 19, 1865 - JAN. 12, 1959 NATIVE OF CALIF."

Benjamin L. Edwards1

M, d. 1897
Last EditedJune 13, 2020
     Benjamin L. Edwards married Mary Teresa Brockway, daughter of Charles Vine Uttley Brockway and Elizabeth Catherine Offutt, in 1890.1 Benjamin L. Edwards died in 1897.1

Family

Mary Teresa Brockway b. 19 Dec 1865, d. 12 Jan 1959

Citations

  1. [S6147] The Sacramento Bee, January 13, 1959, Pg. B4, Printed in the Tuesday, January 13, 1959 edition of The Sacramento Bee on page B4. "Mary Edwards Dies; Father Was Pioneer
    Mrs. Mary T. Edwards, the daughter of a pioneer Sacramento settler, died last night in her home at 3225 Freeport Boulevard at the age of 93. She was born in the family ranch home on land which is now part of the C. K. McClatchy High School property. - Father Ran Hotel - Her father, Charles V. U. Brockway, came across the plains in 1849 to settle in Placerville, EI Dorado County, and a short time later in Sacramento. At first he operated a hotel at 11th and K Streets and then he farmed on land which extended from the presen high school property to Land Park between Freeport Boulevard and Land Park Drive. - She and her husband, Benjamin L. Edwards, a rancher, were married in 1890 and established their home at 3225 Freeport Boulevard. He died seven years later. Her sisters, Mrs. Eliza Annie Beach and Mrs. Sarah B. Hayward, both of Sacramento, died in 1952. - Son Survives - She leaves a son, Lincoln B. Edwards of the Freeport Boulevard address; nephews and nieces, C. Alvin Beach of Sacramento, Elizabeth G. Edwards of San Mateo, San Mateo County; Mrs. Marion G. Freeborn of Davis, Yolo County; and Thomas E. Gay of Berkeley. Services will be held Thursday at 11 AM in the Harry A. Nauman & Son Funeral Home. Burial will be in the City Cemetery."

Neva Hubbard1

F, b. circa 1902, d. July 23, 1977
Last EditedJune 23, 2020
     Neva Hubbard was born circa 1902 at WA, USAG.2,3 As of February 5, 1921,her married name was Offutt.1 She married James Edris Offutt, son of Horace Durant Offutt and Lola A. Edris, on February 5, 1921 at Coeur d'Alene, Kootenai County, ID, USAG.1 Ruthe H. Offutt and James Edris Offutt appeared in the Fifteenth Federal Census on April 3, 1930 at Spokane, Spokane County, WA, USAG.4 As of April 3, 1930, Neva Hubbard was also known as Ruthe H. Offutt.2,5 She and James Edris Offutt appeared in the Sixteenth Federal Census of April 3, 1940 at Spokane, Spokane County, WA, USAG.6 Ruthe H. Offutt died on July 23, 1977 at Spokane, Spokane County, WA, USAG.7

Family

James Edris Offutt b. 1 Apr 1895, d. 11 Mar 1958
Child

Citations

  1. [S6154] Morning Register, February 9, 1921, Pg. Five, Printed in the Wednesday, February 9, 1921 edition of the Morning Register on page Five. "Local Boy Married in Idaho - James Edris Offutt, former Eugene boy, and Miss Neva Hubbard were married in Coeur d'Alene Idaho, February 5, according to word received here. Offutt is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Horace D. Offutt, who now make their home in Spokane, Wash."
  2. [S3320] April 3, 1930 Federal Census, 700 Pennsylvania AVE, NW, Washington, DC, USA, Population Schedule;Spokane, Spokane Cty., WA, Dwelling and Family number 49. Line 11 lists wife Ruthe H., age 28, married, age at first marriage 20, born in WA, father and mother born in NY, no occupation.
  3. [S6155] April 3, 1940 Federal Census, 700 Pennsylvania AVE, NW, Washington, DC, USA, Population Schedule; Spokane, Spokane County, WA, Dwelling number 47. Line 58 lists wife Ruthe H., age 38, born in Washington.
  4. [S3320] April 3, 1930 Federal Census, 700 Pennsylvania AVE, NW, Washington, DC, USA, Population Schedule;Spokane, Spokane Cty., WA, Dwelling and Family number 49. Line 10 lists James E. Offutt, age 35, married, age at first marrriage 26, born in OR, father born in PA, mother born in OR, occupation fireman, industry city, veteran of WW. Line 11 lists wife Ruthe H., age 28, married, age at first marriage 20, born in WA, father and mother born in NY, no occupation. Line 12 lists son James E. Jr., age 8, born in WA, father born in OR mother born in WA. Line 13 lists a roomer named Reese Hubbard, age 12 born in Idaho, father and mother born in NY.
  5. [S6164] Montana Marriage Certificate: Missoula County Montana Marriage Certificate. Marriage License No. 11263. State File No. 56 320111. County of Missoula; City of Missoula. Groom James E. Offutt Jr.; Residence Proctor, Montana; born September 13, 1921; white; birth place Spokane, Washington; Divorced; Number of marriage not shown; Father's Name James E. Offutt Sr.; Mother's Maiden Name Ruth Hubbard. Bride Doretta Offutt; Residence Missoula, Montana; born April 12, 1919; white; birth place Cedar Edge, Colorado; Divorced; Number of marriage not shown; Father's Name John T. Williams; Mother's Maiden Name Alma B. Woods. Marriage License Granted May 11, 1956. Marriage performed May 11, 1956 by E. W. Ziesemer, Justice of the Peace.
  6. [S6155] April 3, 1940 Federal Census, 700 Pennsylvania AVE, NW, Washington, DC, USA, Population Schedule; Spokane, Spokane County, WA, Dwelling number 47. Line 57 lists James E. Offutt, age 45, born in Oregon, a fireman in the city fire department. Line 58 lists wife Ruthe H., age 38, born in Washington. Line 59 lists son James E. Jr., age 18, born in Washington.
  7. [S6156] Spokane Daily Chronicle, July 26, 1977, Pg. 8, Printed in the Tuesday, July 26, 1977 edition of the Spokane Daily Chronicle on page 8. "Ruthe H. Offutt - Ruthe H. Offutt, 76, a lifetime Spokane resident, died Saturday in a nursing home. Her husband, James E. Offutt, a retired city fireman, died in 1958. Mrs. Offutt was a member of the Retired Firefighters Association and the Daughters of the Nile. Her home was at W2728 College. Survivors include a son, James E. Offutt Jr., Spokane, and a sister Mrs. Edith A. Franklin, Spokane. Smith's is in charge of arrangements."
  8. [S3320] April 3, 1930 Federal Census, 700 Pennsylvania AVE, NW, Washington, DC, USA, Population Schedule;Spokane, Spokane Cty., WA, Dwelling and Family number 49. Line 12 lists son James E. Jr., age 8, born in WA, father born in OR mother born in WA. Line 13 lists a roomer named Reese Hubbard, age 12 born in Idaho, father and mother born in NY.

James Edris Offutt Jr.1

M, b. September 13, 1921, d. January 31, 1979
FatherJames Edris Offutt1,2 b. 1 Apr 1895, d. 11 Mar 1958
MotherNeva Hubbard1,2 b. c 1902, d. 23 Jul 1977
Last EditedJune 23, 2020
James E. Offutt Jr.
Printed in the Tuesday, March 14, 1944 edition of the The Spokesman-Review on page 5
     James Edris Offutt Jr. was born on September 13, 1921 at Spokane, Spokane County, WA, USAG.1,3,4,5,2 He was listed in the 1930 census at Spokane, Spokane County, WA, USAG, in the household of James Edris Offutt and Ruthe H. Offutt on April 3, 1930.6 James Edris Offutt Jr. was listed in the 1940 census at Spokane, Spokane County, WA, USAG, in the household of James Edris Offutt and Ruthe H. Offutt on April 3, 1940.7 James Edris Offutt Jr. began military service on September 27, 1942 at U.S. Navy, Seattle, King County, WA, USAG.3 He was assigned on June 14, 1943, to the U.S.S. John Penn (APA-23.) He was onboard the U.S.S. John Penn (APA-23) when it was sunk on August 13, 1943, off the coast of Guadalcanal.8 He was assigned on September 3, 1943, to the U.S.S. President Jackson (APA-18.) He was transferred on February 14, 1944, off of the U.S.S. President Jackson (APA-18.) He was assigned on May 27, 1944, to the U.S.S. Counsel (AM-165) as it was commissioned. He ended military service on October 19, 1945 at U.S. Navy, USA.3 He married Doretta Bringman on December 9, 1953 at Spokane, Spokane County, WA, USAG.9 James Edris Offutt Jr. and Doretta Offutt were divorced before May 11, 1956.10 James Edris Offutt Jr. married Doretta Offutt on May 11, 1956 at Missoula, Missoula County, MT, USAG.2 James Edris Offutt Jr. died on January 31, 1979 at Spokane, Spokane County, WA, USAG, at age 57.11,3,12

Family

Doretta Williams b. 12 Apr 1919, d. 23 Dec 2002

Citations

  1. [S3320] April 3, 1930 Federal Census, 700 Pennsylvania AVE, NW, Washington, DC, USA, Population Schedule;Spokane, Spokane Cty., WA, Dwelling and Family number 49. Line 12 lists son James E. Jr., age 8, born in WA, father born in OR mother born in WA. Line 13 lists a roomer named Reese Hubbard, age 12 born in Idaho, father and mother born in NY.
  2. [S6164] Montana Marriage Certificate: Missoula County Montana Marriage Certificate. Marriage License No. 11263. State File No. 56 320111. County of Missoula; City of Missoula. Groom James E. Offutt Jr.; Residence Proctor, Montana; born September 13, 1921; white; birth place Spokane, Washington; Divorced; Number of marriage not shown; Father's Name James E. Offutt Sr.; Mother's Maiden Name Ruth Hubbard. Bride Doretta Offutt; Residence Missoula, Montana; born April 12, 1919; white; birth place Cedar Edge, Colorado; Divorced; Number of marriage not shown; Father's Name John T. Williams; Mother's Maiden Name Alma B. Woods. Marriage License Granted May 11, 1956. Marriage performed May 11, 1956 by E. W. Ziesemer, Justice of the Peace.
  3. [S5646] BIRLS File, online www.ancestry.com, Name: James Offutt. Gender: Male. Birth Date: 13 Sep 1921. Death Date: 31 Jan 1979. SSN: XXX-XX-XXXX. Branch 1: NAVY. Enlistment Date 1: 27 Sep 1942. Release Date 1: 19 Oct 1945.
  4. [S6155] April 3, 1940 Federal Census, 700 Pennsylvania AVE, NW, Washington, DC, USA, Population Schedule; Spokane, Spokane County, WA, Dwelling number 47. Line 59 lists son James E. Jr., age 18, born in Washington.
  5. [S6162] "Draft Reg. Card", Draft Registration Card for James Edris Offutt Jr., age 20, born September 13, 1921 in Spokane, Washington.
  6. [S3320] April 3, 1930 Federal Census, 700 Pennsylvania AVE, NW, Washington, DC, USA, Population Schedule;Spokane, Spokane Cty., WA, Dwelling and Family number 49. Line 10 lists James E. Offutt, age 35, married, age at first marrriage 26, born in OR, father born in PA, mother born in OR, occupation fireman, industry city, veteran of WW. Line 11 lists wife Ruthe H., age 28, married, age at first marriage 20, born in WA, father and mother born in NY, no occupation. Line 12 lists son James E. Jr., age 8, born in WA, father born in OR mother born in WA. Line 13 lists a roomer named Reese Hubbard, age 12 born in Idaho, father and mother born in NY.
  7. [S6155] April 3, 1940 Federal Census, 700 Pennsylvania AVE, NW, Washington, DC, USA, Population Schedule; Spokane, Spokane County, WA, Dwelling number 47. Line 57 lists James E. Offutt, age 45, born in Oregon, a fireman in the city fire department. Line 58 lists wife Ruthe H., age 38, born in Washington. Line 59 lists son James E. Jr., age 18, born in Washington.
  8. [S6157] The Spokesman-Review, March 12, 1944, Pg. 10, Printed in the Sunday, March 12, 1944 edition of The Spokesman-Review on page 10. Provides details regarding the naval service of James E. Offutt Jr. and how he'd been on two ships that were sunk in action.
  9. [S6163] Spokane Cty., WA Marr. James E. Offutt Jr.: Spokane County Washington Marriage Records, September -December 1953. Marriage Certificate No. 12617B. Marriage of James E. Offutt Jr. of Spokane, Washington and Doretta Bringman, of Colbert, Washington. Married 9 December 1953 in Spokane by Gordon S. Lower.
  10. [S6068] Soc. Sec. App. & Claims Ind., Doretta Williams, [Doretta Wall Glover], [Doretta Bringman], [Doretta Offutt], [Doretta Cowan]. Gender: Female. Race: White. Birth Date: 12 Apr 1919. Birth Place: Cederedge, Colorado. Death Date: 3 Dec 2002. Father: John T Williams. Mother: Alma B Woods. SSN:      XXXXXXXXX. Notes: Jun 1936: Name listed as DORETTA WILLIAMS; Jan 1944: Name listed as DORETTA WALL GLOVER; Feb 1952: Name listed as DORETTA BRINGMAN; Jan 1956: Name listed as DORETTA OFFUTT; Jul 1968: Name listed as DORETTA COWAN; 26 Jan 1977: Name listed as DORETTA BRUBAKER.
  11. [S350] Ancestry Inc., online www.ancestry.com, Ancestry.com. Washington, Death Index, 1940-2017 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2002. Name: James E Offutt. Gender: Male. Age: 57. Birth Year: abt 1922. Residence Place: Spokane, Washington, USA. Death Date: 31 Jan 1979. Death Place:      Spokane, Washington.
  12. [S6165] Spokane Daily Chronicle, February 1, 1979, Pg. D5, Printed in the Thursday, February 1 1979 edition of the Spokane Daily Chronicle on page D5. "OFFUTT, James E. Jr. - Passed away January 31, 1979. His home, Spokane. Survived by one son, Terry Dean Offutt, Spokane; one daughter, Mrs. David (Kathy Lynn) Pitts, Spokane. No services are planned. Cremation. BALL & DODD FUNERAL HOME, S421 DIVISION ST. in charge."

Doretta Williams1,2

F, b. April 12, 1919, d. December 23, 2002
Last EditedJune 23, 2020
     Doretta Williams was born on April 12, 1919 at Cedaredge, Delta County, CO, USAG.3,4 As of February, 1952, Doretta Williams was also known as Doretta Bringman.2 As of December 9, 1953,her married name was Offutt.1 She married James Edris Offutt Jr., son of James Edris Offutt and Neva Hubbard, on December 9, 1953 at Spokane, Spokane County, WA, USAG.1 Doretta Offutt and James Edris Offutt Jr. were divorced before May 11, 1956.2 Doretta Offutt married James Edris Offutt Jr., son of James Edris Offutt and Neva Hubbard, on May 11, 1956 at Missoula, Missoula County, MT, USAG.4 Doretta Williams died on December 23, 2002 at Spokane, Spokane County, WA, USAG, at age 83.5

Family

James Edris Offutt Jr. b. 13 Sep 1921, d. 31 Jan 1979

Citations

  1. [S6163] Spokane Cty., WA Marr. James E. Offutt Jr.: Spokane County Washington Marriage Records, September -December 1953. Marriage Certificate No. 12617B. Marriage of James E. Offutt Jr. of Spokane, Washington and Doretta Bringman, of Colbert, Washington. Married 9 December 1953 in Spokane by Gordon S. Lower.
  2. [S6068] Soc. Sec. App. & Claims Ind., Doretta Williams, [Doretta Wall Glover], [Doretta Bringman], [Doretta Offutt], [Doretta Cowan]. Gender: Female. Race: White. Birth Date: 12 Apr 1919. Birth Place: Cederedge, Colorado. Death Date: 3 Dec 2002. Father: John T Williams. Mother: Alma B Woods. SSN:      XXXXXXXXX. Notes: Jun 1936: Name listed as DORETTA WILLIAMS; Jan 1944: Name listed as DORETTA WALL GLOVER; Feb 1952: Name listed as DORETTA BRINGMAN; Jan 1956: Name listed as DORETTA OFFUTT; Jul 1968: Name listed as DORETTA COWAN; 26 Jan 1977: Name listed as DORETTA BRUBAKER.
  3. [S6160] Kootenai Cty., ID Marr. James E. Offutt Jr.: Spokane County Washington Marriage Records, September -December 1953. Marriage Certificate No. 12617B. Marriage of James E. Offutt Jr. of Spokane, Washington and Doretta Gringman, of Colbert, Washington. Married 9 December 1953 in Spokane by Gordon S. Lower.
  4. [S6164] Montana Marriage Certificate: Missoula County Montana Marriage Certificate. Marriage License No. 11263. State File No. 56 320111. County of Missoula; City of Missoula. Groom James E. Offutt Jr.; Residence Proctor, Montana; born September 13, 1921; white; birth place Spokane, Washington; Divorced; Number of marriage not shown; Father's Name James E. Offutt Sr.; Mother's Maiden Name Ruth Hubbard. Bride Doretta Offutt; Residence Missoula, Montana; born April 12, 1919; white; birth place Cedar Edge, Colorado; Divorced; Number of marriage not shown; Father's Name John T. Williams; Mother's Maiden Name Alma B. Woods. Marriage License Granted May 11, 1956. Marriage performed May 11, 1956 by E. W. Ziesemer, Justice of the Peace.
  5. [S6166] The Spokesman-Review, December 27, 2002, Pg. D5, Printed in the Friday, December 27, 2002 edition of The Spokesman-Review on page D5. "Doretta Brubaker - SPOKANE
    Services for Doretta Brubaker, 83, will be Saturday at 11 a.m. at the Mausoleum Chapel at Fairmount Memorial Park. Hennessey-Smith Funeral Home is in charge of the arrangements. Mrs. Brubaker, who was born in Cedaredge, Colo., died Monday. She worked as a waitress and was a resident of Spokane for 50 years. She was preceded in death by her husband. Survivors include her son, Terry Offutt of Spokane; two daughters, Patricia Dunphy and Kathy Pitts, both of Spokane; a brother, John Williams of Spokane; a sister, Jeannette Tomlinson of Del Norte, Colo.; four grandchildren and 17 great-grandchildren."

Maynard Offutt1

M, b. June 5, 1935, d. June 6, 1935
FatherJohn Bernard Offutt1 b. 28 Dec 1889, d. 14 Mar 1975
MotherMartha Marie Jones1 b. 15 Jul 1895, d. 8 Mar 1988
Last EditedJune 26, 2020
     Maynard Offutt was born on June 5, 1935 at Poolesville, Montgomery County, MD, USAG.1 He died on June 6, 1935 at Poolesville, Montgomery County, MD, USAG.1 He was buried after June 6, 1935 at Monocacy Cemetery, Beallsville, Montgomery County, MD, USAG.1

Citations

  1. [S1103] Find A Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi, Find A Grave memorial #67581101. Listed as Maynard Offutt. Buried in Row B, Lot 39 Upper, Site 3b. Memorial has date and place of birth and date and place of death. He is linked as a child of John Bernard Offutt and Martha Marie Jones Offutt.

Kirby Lee Offutt1,2

M, b. September 21, 1931, d. December 25, 2003
FatherJune Grover Offutt1,3 b. 6 Mar 1888, d. 16 Jun 1967
MotherSusan E. Kirby1,3 b. 29 Sep 1897, d. 21 Dec 1974
Last EditedJuly 2, 2020
     Kirby Lee Offutt was born on September 21, 1931 at Tacoma, Pierce County, WA, USAG.1,4,5,3,6 He died on December 25, 2003 at Tacoma, Pierce County, WA, USAG, at age 72.5,3,7,6

Citations

  1. [S6184] April 2, 1940 Federal Census, 700 Pennsylvania AVE, NW, Washington, DC, USA, Population Schedule; Kahlotus, Franklin Cty., WA, Line 12 lists son L. Kirby, age 8, born in Washington.
  2. [S350] Ancestry Inc., online www.ancestry.com, Ancestry.com. The Kirby family : lineage, historical data, collections [database on-line]. Provo, UT: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2005. Has "Susan Kirby was born September 29, 1897 in Wayne Indian Territory and married June Grover Offutt. Their children are as follows: Kirby Lee Offutt; Vester Lee Offutt.
  3. [S6068] Soc. Sec. App. & Claims Ind., Ancestry.com. U.S., Social Security Applications and Claims Index, 1936-2007 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2015. Name: Kirby Lee Offutt [Kirby L Offutt]. Gender: Male. Race: White. Birth Date: 21 Sep 1931. Birth Place: Tacoma Pierc, Washington. Death Date: 25 Dec 2003. Father: Grover J Offutt. Mother: Susan E Kirby. SSN: XXXXXXXXX. Notes:      Dec 1953: Name listed as KIRBY LEE OFFUTT; 01 Jan 2004: Name listed as KIRBY L OFFUTT.
  4. [S6186] King, Cty. WA Marr. Cert.: King County Washington Marriage Certificate Series A 251507. Marriage of Kirby Lee Offutt, age 29, born in Tacoma, WA and Elizbeth Irene Puhr, age 23, born in Seattle, WA. Marriage performed at Magnolia Lutheran Church in Seattle, WA by John B. Darrah(?), Lutheran Pastor on July 1, 1961.
  5. [S296] SSDI, Ancestry.com. U.S., Social Security Death Index, 1935-2014 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2014. Name: Kirby L. Offutt. Social Security Number: XXX-XX-XXXX. Birth Date: 21 Sep 1931. Issue Year: 1953-1954. Issue State: California. Last Residence: 98466, Tacoma, Pierce, Washington, USA. Death Date: 25 Dec 2003.
  6. [S6188] The News Tribune, December 28, 2003, Pg. B4, Printed in the Sunday, December 28, 2003 edition of The News Tribune. "Kirby Lee Offutt 21 Sep 1931- 25 Dec 2003 - Kirby passed away peacefully early Christmas morning in his Tacoma home. Kirby, the old cowboy, will be missed by his wife Ruth, his children, John, Susan and Irene, and their families, and stepdaughter Pam Butler. Kirby joined the Navy when he finished high school. He was active duty in Korea. After 5 years he came home to complete his education. He joined the reserves, where he spent 27 years and retired as a Chief PO. Kirby was a "walking history book." He taught history for 31 years, first at Jason Lee, then over 25 years at Wilson High School. He never lost his love of lecturing about history. His library consists of over 2500 volumes. Kirby and Ruth moved to New Mexico for 3-1/2 years. His desire was to see the countryside of the famous, and infamous, people who settled the west. One of the highlights of his life was taking Ruth to Mount Rushmore. He saw it many times and was awed each time as much as the first. We returned to Tacoma in 1995 to be near our family and friends.
    A memorial will be held Thursday, Jan 1, 2004 [1 Jan 2004] in Tacoma at the Portland Ave Community Center, 3513 Portland Ave, from 3 to 5 pm. In lieu of flowers, Kirby would have wished a donation to Franciscan Hospice."
  7. [S350] Ancestry Inc., online www.ancestry.com, Ancestry.com. Washington, Death Index, 1940-2017 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2002. Name: Kirby L Offutt. Gender: Male. Age: 72. Birth Year: abt 1931. Residence Place: Pierce, Washington, USA. Death Date: 25 Dec 2003. Death Place: Pierce, Washington.

Hilda Marie La Tourette1

F, b. March 24, 1921, d. December 27, 2015
Last EditedJuly 8, 2020
     Hilda Marie La Tourette was born on March 24, 1921 at NY, USAG.1 As of circa 1973,her married name was Offutt.1,2 She married William Jerome Offutt, son of John Bernard Offutt and Martha Marie Jones, circa 1973.1,2 Hilda Marie La Tourette died on December 27, 2015 at Buckingham's Choice, Adamstown, Frederick County, MD, USAG, at age 94.1 She was buried on December 31, 2015 at Mount Olivet Cemetery, Frederick, Frederick County, MD, USAG.1

Family

William Jerome Offutt b. 27 Aug 1917, d. 23 Jun 2018

Citations

  1. [S6204] Stauffer Funeral Homes Obit for Hilda Offutt, online https://www.staufferfuneralhome.com/obituary/Hilda-Offutt, Online obituary for Hilda Offutt. Clipping from the transcript; "Mrs. Hilda Marie Offutt, 94 of Adamstown, died Sunday, December 27, 2015 at Buckingham's Choice. She was the loving wife of W. Jerome Offutt. Born March 24, 1921 in New York she was the daughter of the late John Nelson and Lillian Mae (Brown) La Tourette. ...... The family will receive friends from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. on Wednesday, December 30, 2015 at the Stauffer Funeral Home, 1621 Opossumtown Pike, Frederick. A Mass of Christian Burial will begin at 11 a.m. on Thursday, December 31 at St. Joseph-on-Carrollton Manor Catholic Church, 5843 Manor Woods Rd., Frederick, with Rev. Lawrence Frazier officiating. Entombment will follow at the mausoleum at Mt. Olivet Cemetery."
  2. [S6203] Stauffer Funeral Homes Obit for W. Jerome Offutt, online https://www.staufferfuneralhome.com/obituary/WJerome-Offutt, Online obituary for W. Jerome Offutt. Clipping from the transcript; "W. Jerome Offutt, formerly of Adamstown, MD, died June 23, 2018 at Summit Place, Little River, SC at the age of 100. Born on August 27, 1917 in Dickerson, Montgomery County, MD, he was the son of the late John B. and Marie Jones Offutt. Mr. Offutt graduated from Poolesville High School in Poolesville, MD in 1934. He was awarded his Bachelor of Laws Degree from Columbus University in Washington, DC, at the age of 19, when he entered the Law Office of the Late David C. Winebrenner, III of the law firm of Winebrenner and Sinn. In 1939, he was admitted to the Bar and has actively maintained a law practice in Frederick. He was elected to the General Assembly of Maryland in 1943 and served on the Judiciary and other major Committees while in the House of Delegates. He was awarded his Juris Doctorate Degree in 1964 at Columbus Law School of Catholic University of America........ He was predeceased by his wife of 42 years, Hilda Marie Offutt, his daughter, Teresa Louise Offutt and his former spouse, Laura W. Offutt. The family will receive friends on Friday, August 3, 2018 from 2:00 pm to 4:00pm and from 6:00pm until 8:00pm at Stauffer Funeral Home, 1621 Opossumtown Pike, Frederick, MD 21702. Interment will be held privately in Mount Olivet Cemetery, Frederick, MD."

Nellie F. Gleason1

F, b. circa 1894, d. May 22, 1974
Last EditedJuly 10, 2020
     Nellie F. Gleason was born circa 1894 at MD, USAG.1,2,3 As of January 31, 1922,her married name was Offutt.1 She married James William Offutt Jr., son of James William Offutt Sr. and Frances Teresa Bauer, on January 31, 1922 at St. Bernard Catholic Church, Baltimore, MD, USAG.1 Nellie F. Offutt and James William Offutt Jr. appeared in the Fifteenth Federal Census on April 10, 1930 at Ward 20, Baltimore, Baltimore City, MD, USAG.4 Nellie F. Gleason died on May 22, 1974.5 She was buried on May 25, 1974 at New Cathedral Cemetery, Baltimore, Baltimore City, MD, USAG.6,5,7
Grave marker for J. William & Nellie F. Offutt
Photo taken by Find A Grave member Winter Birds PA

Family

James William Offutt Jr. b. 9 May 1892, d. 12 Jan 1967
Children

Citations

  1. [S6205] The Sun, February 5, 1922, Pg. 11, Printed in the Sunday, February 5, 1922 edition of The Sun on page 11. "MISS Nellie F. Gleason, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Frank Gleason, of Baltimore, and J. William Offutt, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. J. William Offutt were married last Tuesday morning at St. Bernard's Catholic Church. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Joseph B. Hauck, rector of the church. Miss Helen I. Gleason, slster of the bride, was maid of honor, and Frank Smith, cousin of the bridegroom, was best man. Miss Genevieve Butler played the wedding march. Following the ceremony a wedding breakfast was served at the home of the bride. The couple will make their home at 115 South Garrison lane."
  2. [S6206] April 10, 1930 Federal Census, 700 Pennsylvania AVE, NW, Washington, DC, USA, Population Schedule; Baltimore City, MD, Old Frederick Road. House Number 3516, Number of Dwelling 179, Number of Family 191. Sheet 10B line 99 lists wife Nellie F., age 36, age at first marriage 28, born in MD.
  3. [S6207] April 15, 1940 Federal Census, 700 Pennsylvania AVE, NW, Washington, DC, USA, Population Schedule; Ward 20, Baltimore City, MD, South Morley Road. House Number 169, Household Number 194. Sheet 9A line 23 lists wife Nellie, age 46, born in MD.
  4. [S6206] April 10, 1930 Federal Census, 700 Pennsylvania AVE, NW, Washington, DC, USA, Population Schedule; Baltimore City, MD, Old Frederick Road. House Number 3516, Number of Dwelling 179, Number of Family 191. Sheet 10B line 98 lists James W. Offutt, age 37, age at first marriage 29, born in MD, Occupation Bookkeeping, Industry Cemetery, Veteran WW. Line 99 lists wife Nellie F., age 36, age at first marriage 28, born in MD. Line 100 lists daughter Mildred V., age 5(Could be 6), born in MD. Continued on Sheet 11A, line 1 lists daughter Ruth I., age 4 born in MD. Line 2 lists son William M., age 3 born in MD. Line 3 lists daughter Louise M., age 1, born in MD.
  5. [S6209] The Sun, May 24, 1974, Pg. C11, Printed in the Friday, May 24, 1974 edition of The Sun on page C11. "OFFUTT - On Wednesday May 22, 1974 NELLIE F. (nee Gleason) of Randallstown formerly of Irvington. beloved wife of the late J. William Offutt, devoted mother or Mildred Rossbach, Ruth Walker, Louise Rieder, William M. and Jerome P. Offutt. Also survived by nine grandchildren and one great grandchild. Friends may call at Loring Byers Chapel 8728 Liberty Road (2 miles west of beltway exit 18 on Thursday and Friday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. where a Christian Wake Service will be held on Friday at 8 P.M. Mass of Christian Burial on Saturday May 25 at 9 A.M. in Holy Family Catholic Church. Interment in New Cathedral Cemetery."
  6. [S5233] New Cathedral Cemetery, Baltimore, MD, online https://www.newcathedralcemetery.org/free-genealogy-search?, NELLIE F. OFFUTT. Buried 5/25/1974 in Section LLL Lot 396 Grave 2.
  7. [S1103] Find A Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi, Find A Grave memorial #182262483. Buried in Section LLL Lot 396 Grave 22. Photo of grave marker. "OFFUTT J. WILLIAM 1892 - 1967 NELLIE F. 1893 - 1974."
  8. [S6206] April 10, 1930 Federal Census, 700 Pennsylvania AVE, NW, Washington, DC, USA, Population Schedule; Baltimore City, MD, Old Frederick Road. House Number 3516, Number of Dwelling 179, Number of Family 191. Sheet 11A, line 2 lists son William M., age 3 born in MD.
  9. [S6207] April 15, 1940 Federal Census, 700 Pennsylvania AVE, NW, Washington, DC, USA, Population Schedule; Ward 20, Baltimore City, MD, South Morley Road. House Number 169, Household Number 194. Sheet 9A line 26 lists son William, age 13 born in MD.
  10. [S6207] April 15, 1940 Federal Census, 700 Pennsylvania AVE, NW, Washington, DC, USA, Population Schedule; Ward 20, Baltimore City, MD, South Morley Road. House Number 169, Household Number 194. Sheet 9A line 28 lists son Jerome, age 9, born in MD.
  11. [S2568] The Eldersburg Eagle, June 21, 2006, n.p., Printed in the Wednesday, June 21, 2006 edition of The Eldersburg Eagle. "Jerome P. Offutt, 75, of Randallstown, died June 15 at the Levindale Hebrew Geriatric Center & Hospital in Pikesville. He was born June 27, 1930, in Baltimore, the son of the late J. William Offutt and the late Nellie F. Gleason Offutt. He served in the U.S. Army during the Korean War. He was retired from Westinghouse, and in his later years greatly enjoyed gardening, sports cars and watching wrestling. Surviving him are sisters Mildred Rossbach of Randallstown, Ruth Walker of Baltimore and Louise Reider of Randallstown; brother William Offutt of Pittsville; goddaughter Katelyn Davis of Freeland; and numerous nieces, nephews and great-nieces and great-nephews. A Mass of Christian burial was conducted June 20 at Holy Family Roman Catholic Church, Randallstown. Interment was in Lake View Memorial Park, Sykesville. Arrangements were by Burrier-Queen Funeral Home and Crematory, P.A., Winfield."
  12. [S6068] Soc. Sec. App. & Claims Ind., Ancestry.com. U.S., Social Security Applications and Claims Index, 1936-2007 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2015. Name: James W Offutt. Gender: Male. Spouse: Nelly Glecion. Child: Jerome Paul Offutt.

Hollis O. Turner1

M, b. October 27, 1909, d. December 17, 1984
Last EditedJuly 19, 2020
     Hollis O. Turner was born on October 27, 1909 at La Verne, Los Angeles County, CA, USAG.2,3 He married Margaret Barry Offutt, daughter of Thomas Francis Offutt and Janet Phillis, on July 2, 1936 at Fresno, Fresno County, CA, USAG.1,4 Hollis O. Turner died on December 17, 1984 at Hamilton, Ravalli County, MT, USAG, at age 75.3 He was buried on December 22, 1984 at Riverview Cemetery, Hamilton, Ravalli County, MT, USAG.3
Grave marker for Hollis O. Turner
Photo taken by Ginny Berry

Family

Margaret Barry Offutt b. 11 Oct 1917, d. 19 May 1980

Citations

  1. [S6217] Ravalli Republic, May 28, 1980, Pg. 2, Printed in the Wednesday, May 28, 1980 edition of the Ravalli Republic on page 2. "Margaret Turner - Margaret B. Turner, 62, died Monday, May 19, in a Visalia hospital. Born Margaret Barry Offutt in Medesto, CA , Oct. 11, 1917. Attended grammar school in Carlsbad, Ca., high school years in Tollhouse, Ca. graduating from Serria High School. She married Hollis O. Turner, July 2, 1936. They resided in Fresno, Ca., until 1962, moved to Anchorage, Ak., then Kodiak, Ak., finally making her permanent home in Hamilton, Mt. In 1978 because of illness she resided with her oldest daughter. In addition to her husband she is survived by two daughters: Judith Edwards of Visalia, Ca., and Jean Bichset of Victor, Mt.; four brothers: Thomas F. Offutt, of Burnt Ranch, Ca., William C. Offutt of San Diego, Ca., Douglas A. Offutt of French Gulp, Ca., Jerry Offutt of Napa, Ca., seven grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren. Graveside services were held at 1:00 p.m. May 23, 1980 at Visalia Cemetery, Visalia, Ca."
  2. [S6218] "Draft Reg. Card", World War II Draft Registration Card for Hollis Otto Turner. Residing at Balch Camp, Fresno, Fresno County, California. Age 30, born October 27, 1909 in La Verne, California. Employed by the Pacific Gas and Electric Corp. in Fresno, CA. Contact Person listed is Mrs. Margaret Barry Turner, at the same address.
  3. [S6219] Ravalli Republic, December 21, 1984, Pg. 2, Printed in the Friday, December 21, 1984 edition of the Ravalli Republic on page 2. "Hollis O. Turner - Hollis O. Turner, 75, of Hamilton, died Monday at his home on Skalkaho Road of apparent heart attack. He was born Oct. 27, 1909 at Laverne, Calif., the son of Charles and Grace Turner. He was raised in Texas, Iowa, and in California. He married Margaret Barry Offutt on July 2, 1937 in Fresno, Calif., where they made their home. He worked for the Pacific Gas and Electric Co. In 1961 he began work for the R.C.A. Co. in Anchorage, Alaska. He transferred to Kodiak Electric: on Kodiac Island in 1973. In 1980 he retired and moved to his present home. During World War II he served in the navy. He was known for always being willing to help a friend. He was preceded in death by his wife. Survivors Include two daughters, Judith Arlene Edwards, Visalia, Calif., and Jean Bichsel of Victor; his mother, Grace Turner, Madon, Calif.; three brothers, Terrance Turner, Visalia, Calif., Alden Turner, Eugene, Oregon, and Merle Turner, Madon, Calif.; two sisters, Evelyn and Geneva Turner, both of California; seven grandchildren and six great grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Saturday at 10 a.m. at the Dowling Funeral Home Chapel with Bishop Don Aggers officiating. Burial will follow at Riverview Cemetery in Hamilton. The family suggests memorials be sent to Jean Bichsel at 1740 Meridian Road, Victor, Montana 59875."
  4. [S6217] Ravalli Republic, May 28, 1980, Pg. 2, Printed in the Friday, December 21, 1984 edition of the Ravalli Republic on page 2. "Hollis O. Turner - Hollis O. Turner, 75, of Hamilton, died Monday at his home on Skalkaho Road of apparent heart attack. He was born Oct. 27, 1909 at Laverne, Calif., the son of Charles and Grace Turner. He was raised in Texas, Iowa, and in California. He married Margaret Barry Offutt on July 2, 1937 in Fresno, Calif., where they made their home. He worked for the Pacific Gas and Electric Co. In 1961 he began work for the R.C.A. Co. in Anchorage, Alaska. He transferred to Kodiak Electric: on Kodiac Island in 1973. In 1980 he retired and moved to his present home. During World War II he served in the navy. He was known for always being willing to help a friend. He was preceded in death by his wife. Survivors Include two daughters, Judith Arlene Edwards, Visalia, Calif., and Jean Bichsel of Victor; his mother, Grace Turner, Madon, Calif.; three brothers, Terrance Turner, Visalia, Calif., Alden Turner, Eugene, Oregon, and Merle Turner, Madon, Calif.; two sisters, Evelyn and Geneva Turner, both of California; seven grandchildren and six great grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Saturday at 10 a.m. at the Dowling Funeral Home Chapel with Bishop Don Aggers officiating. Burial will follow at Riverview Cemetery in Hamilton. The family suggests memorials be sent to Jean Bichsel at 1740 Meridian Road, Victor, Montana 59875."

Barry Offutt1

F, b. August 17, 1893, d. April 27, 1951
FatherDavid S. Offutt1,2 b. 6 Dec 1854
MotherAnna Wilson1,2 b. Dec 1864, d. 18 Apr 1934
Last EditedJuly 22, 2020
     Barry Offutt was born on August 17, 1893 at KY, USAG.3,2 She was listed in the 1900 census at Jackson, Hinds County, MS, USAG, in the household of David S. Offutt and Annie Offutt on June 1, 1900 as Mary Offett.4 Barry Offutt sang at the wedding of Thomas Francis Offutt her brother, and Janet Phillis on November 18, 1915 at Modesto, Stanislaus County, CA, USAG.5,6,7 Her married name was Evans.2 Barry Offutt died on April 27, 1951 at Prescott, Yavapai County, AZ, USAG, at age 57.2,8

Citations

  1. [S6226] June 1, 1900 Federal Census, 700 Pennsylvania AVE, NW, Washington, DC, USA, Population Schedule; Jackson, Hinds County, MS, House Number 200. Dwelling 15, Family 16. Line 58 lists daughter Mary Offett, born Aug 1892, age 7, single, born in Kentucky.
  2. [S6232] Barry O. Evans, AZ Death Certificate, Death Certificate for Barry O. Evans. Born August 17, 1893 in Kentucky. Father's Name David Offutt, born in KY. Mother's Maiden Name Anna Wilson, born in KY. Died April 27, 1951 at her home in Prescott, Yavapai County, Arizona. Her remains were cremated April 28, 1951 in Greenwood Cermatory, Phoenix, AZ. Listed as married. Informant James R. Evans, same address as deceased's residence/place of death(Transcribed as entered).
  3. [S6226] June 1, 1900 Federal Census, 700 Pennsylvania AVE, NW, Washington, DC, USA, Population Schedule; Jackson, Hinds County, MS, House Number 200. Dwelling 15, Family 16. Line 58 lists daughter Mary Offett, born Aug 1892, age 7, single, born in Kentucky. Removed that date based on Arizona Death Certificate information.
  4. [S6226] June 1, 1900 Federal Census, 700 Pennsylvania AVE, NW, Washington, DC, USA, Population Schedule; Jackson, Hinds County, MS, House Number 200. Dwelling 15, Family 16. Line 54 lists D. S. Offett, born Dec 1860, age 39, married for 17 years, born in KY. Line 55 lists wife Annie, born Dec 1864, age 35, married for 17 years, 5 children with 5 living, born in Kentucky. Line 56 lists son Tomas Offutt, born Sept 1886, age 13, single, born in Kentucky. Line 57 lists son Henry, born Sept 1887, age 12, single, born in Kentucky. Line 58 lists daughter Mary Offutt, born Aug 1892, age 7, single, born in Kentucky. Line 59 lists daughter Calvin, born July 1894, age 5, single, born in Kentucky. There are four more people listed in the household as either a boarder or as a head.
  5. [S1670] FamilySearch Labs, online https://www.familysearch.org/, California, County Marriages, 1850 - 1952. Indexes and images. Marriage of Thomas Francis Offutt and Janet Phillis. Married 18 Nov 1915 in Stanislaus Cty., CA. Groom 28, wife 27.
  6. [S6227] The Modesto Morning Herald, November 19, 1915, Pg. 5, Printed in the Friday, November 19, 1915 edition of the Modesto Morning Herald on page 5. "JANET PHILLIS IS THE BRIDE Of THOMAS OFFUTT - Wedding Took Place Yesterday at Home of Groom's Sisters - Will Make Home in Modesto After Honeymoon - At the home of his sisters, Misses Colvin and Barry Offutt, in the Hinckley apartments, Thomas Offut yesterday afternoon at one o'clock took as his bride Miss Janet Phillis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Phillis, of this city. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. H. K. Pitman in the presence of the immediate families of bride and groom. Mr. and Mrs. Offutt left for the north after the ceremony and on their return from their honeymoon will make their home in the new house the groom has just completed on Kimble street. The ring ceremony was used and the bride was given away by her, father. She wore a blue traveling suit and carried a bride's bouquet of lilies of the valley. During the ceremony Miss Barry Offutt sang "A Perfect Day" and Miss Colvin Offutt, "Oh, Promise Me." A dainty three-course bridal luncheon was served. The rooms were beautifully decorated in white chrysanthemums and bride's roses. The bride has been a resident of Modesto for several years and has a wide circle of friends. Mr. Offutt has been engaged in the contract business here for several years."
  7. [S6228] The Modesto Morning Herald, November 21, 1915, Pg. 10, Printed in the Sunday, November 21, 1915 edition of the Modesto Morning Herald on page 10. "PHILLlS-OFFUTT WEDDING - A wedding which proved of much Interest to the local friends of the contracting parties took place at the Hinkley Apartments Thursday afternoon, at 1 o'clock, at which time Miss Janet Phillis became the bride of Mr. Thomas Offutt. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. H. K. Pitman in the presence of the immediate families of the bride and groom. The impressive ring service was used and the bride was given away by her father. During the service Miss Barry Offutt sang "A Perfect Day" and Miss Colvin, "Oh Promise Me." The bride wore a blue novelty suit and carried a boquet of lilies of the valley. She was attended which was keeping with this informal home wedding. Immediately after the ceremony a bridal luncheon was served at a round table which was beautiful with its floral decorations, bride's roses and chrysanthemums. At the conclusion of the luncheon the young couple left for San Francisco where they will spend their honeymoon. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Phillis and has lived in Modesto for a number of years, claiming a wide circle of friends who will wish her happiness in her new home. Mr. Offutt has been engaged in the contracting business for several years and has recently completed a new bungalow for his bride."
  8. [S6235] The Arizona Repuiblic, April 28, 1951, Pg. 2, Printed in the Saturday, April 28, 1951 edition of The Arizona Republic on page 2. "Prescott, April 27 (Special) Mrs. Barry Evans, Prescott resident for 27 years, died Friday morning at her home. She had been in ill health for a year and a half. Mrs. Evans, 57, was a native of Kentucky. She was employed at the Veterans Hospital in Tucson and Prescott. Survivors include her husband and two brothers."

Colvin Offutt1

F, b. July 28, 1896, d. December 20, 1924
FatherDavid S. Offutt1 b. 6 Dec 1854
MotherAnna Wilson1 b. Dec 1864, d. 18 Apr 1934
Last EditedJuly 21, 2020
     Colvin Offutt was born on July 28, 1896 at KY, USAG.2,3 She was listed in the 1900 census at Jackson, Hinds County, MS, USAG, in the household of David S. Offutt and Annie Offutt on June 1, 1900 as Colvin Offett.4 Colvin Offutt sang at the wedding of Thomas Francis Offutt her brother, and Janet Phillis on November 18, 1915 at Modesto, Stanislaus County, CA, USAG.5,6,7 As of circa July 22, 1916,her married name was Jungbluth.8 Colvin Offutt died on December 20, 1924 at Fresno, Fresno County, CA, USAG, at age 28.3,9 She was buried on December 27, 1924 at Cypress Lawn, Colma, San Mateo County, CA, USAG.10,3

Citations

  1. [S6226] June 1, 1900 Federal Census, 700 Pennsylvania AVE, NW, Washington, DC, USA, Population Schedule; Jackson, Hinds County, MS, House Number 200. Dwelling 15, Family 16. Line 59 lists daughter Calvin Offett, born July 1894, age 5, single, born in Kentucky.
  2. [S6226] June 1, 1900 Federal Census, 700 Pennsylvania AVE, NW, Washington, DC, USA, Population Schedule; Jackson, Hinds County, MS, House Number 200. Dwelling 15, Family 16. Line 59 lists daughter Calvin Offett, born July 1894, age 5, single, born in Kentucky. I've removed that date based on the Funeral Home Record.
  3. [S6230] Ancestry Inc. CA Funeral Home Rcds, online www.ancestry.inc, Ancestry.com. California, San Francisco Area Funeral Home Records, 1895-1985 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2010. Image of Funeral home record from H. F. Suhr Co., Inc. #10033. Funeral of Colvin (Or Calvin) Jungbluth. Charged to Mr. H. N. Jungbluth. Date of Death December 20, 1924. Place of death Fresno, CA. Date of Birth July 28, 1896, age 28 years, 4 months, 23 days. Date of Funeral December 27, 1924. Interment Cypress Lawn.
  4. [S6226] June 1, 1900 Federal Census, 700 Pennsylvania AVE, NW, Washington, DC, USA, Population Schedule; Jackson, Hinds County, MS, House Number 200. Dwelling 15, Family 16. Line 54 lists D. S. Offett, born Dec 1860, age 39, married for 17 years, born in KY. Line 55 lists wife Annie, born Dec 1864, age 35, married for 17 years, 5 children with 5 living, born in Kentucky. Line 56 lists son Tomas Offutt, born Sept 1886, age 13, single, born in Kentucky. Line 57 lists son Henry, born Sept 1887, age 12, single, born in Kentucky. Line 58 lists daughter Mary Offutt, born Aug 1892, age 7, single, born in Kentucky. Line 59 lists daughter Calvin, born July 1894, age 5, single, born in Kentucky. There are four more people listed in the household as either a boarder or as a head.
  5. [S1670] FamilySearch Labs, online https://www.familysearch.org/, California, County Marriages, 1850 - 1952. Indexes and images. Marriage of Thomas Francis Offutt and Janet Phillis. Married 18 Nov 1915 in Stanislaus Cty., CA. Groom 28, wife 27.
  6. [S6227] The Modesto Morning Herald, November 19, 1915, Pg. 5, Printed in the Friday, November 19, 1915 edition of the Modesto Morning Herald on page 5. "JANET PHILLIS IS THE BRIDE Of THOMAS OFFUTT - Wedding Took Place Yesterday at Home of Groom's Sisters - Will Make Home in Modesto After Honeymoon - At the home of his sisters, Misses Colvin and Barry Offutt, in the Hinckley apartments, Thomas Offut yesterday afternoon at one o'clock took as his bride Miss Janet Phillis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Phillis, of this city. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. H. K. Pitman in the presence of the immediate families of bride and groom. Mr. and Mrs. Offutt left for the north after the ceremony and on their return from their honeymoon will make their home in the new house the groom has just completed on Kimble street. The ring ceremony was used and the bride was given away by her, father. She wore a blue traveling suit and carried a bride's bouquet of lilies of the valley. During the ceremony Miss Barry Offutt sang "A Perfect Day" and Miss Colvin Offutt, "Oh, Promise Me." A dainty three-course bridal luncheon was served. The rooms were beautifully decorated in white chrysanthemums and bride's roses. The bride has been a resident of Modesto for several years and has a wide circle of friends. Mr. Offutt has been engaged in the contract business here for several years."
  7. [S6228] The Modesto Morning Herald, November 21, 1915, Pg. 10, Printed in the Sunday, November 21, 1915 edition of the Modesto Morning Herald on page 10. "PHILLlS-OFFUTT WEDDING - A wedding which proved of much Interest to the local friends of the contracting parties took place at the Hinkley Apartments Thursday afternoon, at 1 o'clock, at which time Miss Janet Phillis became the bride of Mr. Thomas Offutt. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. H. K. Pitman in the presence of the immediate families of the bride and groom. The impressive ring service was used and the bride was given away by her father. During the service Miss Barry Offutt sang "A Perfect Day" and Miss Colvin, "Oh Promise Me." The bride wore a blue novelty suit and carried a boquet of lilies of the valley. She was attended which was keeping with this informal home wedding. Immediately after the ceremony a bridal luncheon was served at a round table which was beautiful with its floral decorations, bride's roses and chrysanthemums. At the conclusion of the luncheon the young couple left for San Francisco where they will spend their honeymoon. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Phillis and has lived in Modesto for a number of years, claiming a wide circle of friends who will wish her happiness in her new home. Mr. Offutt has been engaged in the contracting business for several years and has recently completed a new bungalow for his bride."
  8. [S6229] Modesto Evening News, July 22, 1916, Pg. 5, Printed in the Saturday, July 22, 1916 edition of the Modesto Evening News on page 5. "CALVIN OFFUTT BECOMES BRIDE- Before leaving Modesto this week for an ostensible fishing trip in northern California. Mr. Heinie Jungbluth informed intimate friends that the first object of his journey would be a visit to Fortuna, Humboldt county, where he and Miss Calvin Offutt would be married today. Miss Offutt has been spending the summer with relatives in Humboldt. Announcement of the immediate wedding comes as no great. surprise to their many Modesto friends. Miss Offutt is one of Modesto's most accomplished girls, having exceptional musical ability. Mr. Jungbluth is successfully established in business. The young people will return to Modesto after a two-weeks' honeymoon."
  9. [S6231] The Fresno Morning Republican, December 21, 1924, Pg. 8A, Printed in the Sunday, December 21, 1924 edition of The Fresno Morning Republican on page 8A. "Mrs. Calvin Jungbluth, 28, a native of Kentucky who had been visiting relatives in Fresno since September died yesterday after a short illness. She is survived by the husband who is now a manufacturer of Vancouver, British Columbia but formerly was a resident of San Francisco. She also leaves one daughter. Jean Ollandt Jungbluth; her mother Mrs Annie Offutt of Fresno; a sister Miss Barry Offutt of Prescott Arizona and the following brothers, Henry C. Offutt of Fresno, Alfred Offutt of Jackson, Mississippi and Thomas F. Offutt of Carlsbad, California. Funeral arrangements will be made by Lisle and Ross."
  10. [S486] Web Site, online unknown url, https://www.cypresslawn.com/resources/… - Has that Colvin Jungbluth is in Garden/Building: WS-Unit 1 Crypts Niche / Crypt / Grave: 7.

Joyce Mae Ballweg1

F, b. April 15, 1936, d. January 6, 2008
Last EditedJuly 29, 2020
     Joyce Mae Ballweg was born on April 15, 1936 at Gordon Township, Cavalier County, ND, USAG.1,2,3 As of April 11, 1963,her married name was Offutt.1 She married Jerry Offutt, son of Thomas Francis Offutt and Janet Phillis, on April 11, 1963 at King County, WA, USAG.1 Joyce Mae Ballweg died on January 6, 2008 at Napa, Napa County, CA, USAG, at age 71.2,3

Family

Jerry Offutt b. 21 Apr 1937, d. 7 Jul 2020

Citations

  1. [S6236] WA Marriage Certificate: Washington Marriage Certificates Series A 266063. Marriage of Jerry Offutt, born in Fresno, California, age 25, residing in King County and Joyce Mae Ballweg, born in L????, ND, age 26 residing in King County. Married April 11, 1963 in King County, Washington by M. Chester Morgan. Witnesses were Lydia Ballweg and T. F. Offutt. Marriage was filed April 15, 1963.
  2. [S296] SSDI, Ancestry.com. U.S., Social Security Death Index, 1935-2014 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2014. Name Joyce Mae Offutt. Social Security Number XXXXXXXXX. Birth Date 15 Apr 1936. Issue year Before 1951. Issue State North Dakota. Last Residence 94558, Napa, Napa, California, USA. Last Benefit 94558, Napa, Napa, California, USA. Death Date 6 Jan 2008.
  3. [S6275] Napa Valley Register, January 20, 2008, N.P., Located on the Napa Valley Register website. "Napa Valley Register, January 20, 2008
    Joyce Offutt
    NAPA - “Say not in grief ‘she is no more,’ but live in thankfulness that she was.”
    Joyce Mae Offutt, 71, passed away at home on Jan. 6, 2008, surrounded by those who loved her most after a long and brave battle with cancer. Born Joyce Mae Ballweg on April 15, 1936 in Gordon Township, N.D., the third of four children, Joyce moved to Seattle, Wash. in 1956, where she was employed as a telephone operator as well as a window display designer, while still finding time to help the needy and other various volunteer activities through her church.
    She later met and married Jerry Offutt in 1963. They then moved to Napa in 1967, where she continued her volunteer work and proudly served as a regular member on the county election board. Joyce brightened the lives of those around her as a loving wife, mother, mother-in-law, grandmother and friend. Joyce’s joys in life were simple ones, a good card game, the feel of the sun on her face, trips to the beach, shopping and lunch, her garden and home, travel, and various arts and crafts projects. Joyce was happiest when surrounded by family and close friends, especially at the holidays.
    She is preceded in her passing by her mother, Lydia Ballweg; her brother, Vern Ballweg; and her dear friends, Ethel “Pudgy” Iverson and Millie George. She leaves behind many who will miss her dearly, including her husband of 44 wonderful years, Jerry; (Clipped).
    The family would like to extend their heartfelt gratitude to the friends and neighbors who showed care and concern for Joyce. A special thanks to Tammy George and Janet Boyle for all that you did.
    What we have once enjoyed we can never lose; All that we love deeply, becomes a part of us."

(?) Goodwin1

M, d. before October 22, 1903
Last EditedJuly 24, 2020
     (?) Goodwin was born.1 He married Ella Virginia Tidwell.1 (?) Goodwin died before October 22, 1903.1

Family

Ella Virginia Tidwell b. 16 Jul 1870, d. 13 Dec 1962

Citations

  1. [S6239] The Daily Times, October 23, 1902, Pg. 6, Printed in the Thursday, October 23, 1902 edtion of The Daily Times on page 6. "The many friends of Mr. Charles Offutt and Mrs. Ella Goodwin will be surprised to know that they were quietly wedded last night. The ceremony took place at 7 o'clock at the home of Mrs. I. B. Ross, on Montgomery avenue, Rev. R. A. Simonds, of the St. James M. E. church, officiating. Only a few of their most intimate friends were made acquainted with the fact, and these attested their good wishes to the newly married couple by several handsome presents. Immediately after the ceremony was performed the couple repaired to their future home at 34 Rossville avenue, which had been handsomely furnished to receive them."

Marguerite Norma Carter1

F, b. March 31, 1915, d. August 3, 2010
Last EditedJuly 26, 2020
     Marguerite Norma Carter was born on March 31, 1915.1,2 As of April 16, 1938,her married name was Offutt.1,3 She married Lester Dowd Offutt, son of Charles Lester Offutt and Ella Virginia Tidwell, on April 16, 1938 at St. James Methodist Episcopal Church, Chattanooga, Hamilton County, TN, USAG.1,3 Marguerite Norma Carter died on August 3, 2010 at age 95.2 She was buried on August 6, 2010 at Hamilton Memorial Gardens, Hixson, Hamilton County, TN, USAG.2,4

Family

Lester Dowd Offutt b. 31 Aug 1911, d. 27 Aug 1988

Citations

  1. [S6255] Chattanooga Sunday Times, April 17, 1938, Pg. 23, Printed in the Sunday, April 17, 1938 edition of the Chattanooga Sunday Times on page 23. "MISS CARTER MARRIED TO LESTER D. OFFUTT - Miss Marguerite Norma Carter and Lester Dowd Offutt were married yesterday at noon at St. James Methodist Episcopal church, with the pastor, the Rev. G. E. Blanchard, officiating. The bride, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Carter, of 1811 Mulberry street, is connected with the Erskine Baking company. The bridegroom is a son of Capt. and Mrs. C. L. Offutt, of 1618 Read avenue, and the brother of Mrs. J. W. Standifer, Mrs. W. J. Ridge and C. W. O. Goodwin, of Drayton Plains, Mich. His father is one of Chattanooga's oldest fire captains. The bridegroom is connected with the Colonial Baking company. The bride wore an aquamarine knitted dress with luggage tan accessories, and corsage of roses and lilies of the valley. After a wedding trip to Atlanta, the bride and groom will be at home with her parents. Miss Sadie Hale, church organist, played the nuptial music."
  2. [S6256] Chattanooga Times Free Press, August 8, 2010, N.P., Printed in the August 8, 2010 edition of the Chattanooga Times Free Press. "Margaurite "Moxie" Norma Carter Offutt, 95, of Chattanooga, went home to be with the Lord on Tuesday, Aug. 3, 2010. She was born on March 31, 1915 and was a lifelong resident of Chattanooga. Since her childhood, she was a member of St. James United Methodist Church, now East Ridge United Methodist Church, where she served as the organist for many years. Margaurite was a member of the Sunnyside Chapter OES #359, Asebi Court #36, the Alhambra Shrine Widow's Club and an active member of the ABWA, receiving Woman of the Year in 1977. She spent four years in Fort Pierce, Fla., with her husband Lester, who was stationed there during WW II. Margaurite had worked for Dr. Willard Steele for several years and retired from Anesthesiologist Associated and then later retired from Dr. Harold Sibold's office. After retirement, she and her husband, Lester, volunteered at Memorial Hospital for many years. Margaurite was a devoted wife, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother and friend, who always put God and family above herself. She was preceded in death by her beloved husband of 50 years, Lester Dowd Offutt; parents, Murray and Norma Carter; and brother, Gilbert Carter. Survivors include (Clipped Out) . Graveside services will be held at 10 a.m. Friday, Aug. 6, at Hamilton Memorial Gardens with Rev. Ken Sauer officiating. Visit www.heritagefh.com to share words of comfort to the family and view the memorial tribute. The family will receive friends from 2-4 and 6-8 p.m. today at Heritage Funeral Home, 7454 East Brainerd Road, Chattanooga, TN 37421."
  3. [S6257] Hamilton Cty. TN Marr. Rcds. Vol. 37-39: Hamilton County Tennessee Marriage Records Volume 37-39, page 468. Marriage Bond for Lester Dowd Offutt, age 26 to wed Margaurite Norma Carter, age 23. Bond dated April 14, 1938. Marriage Solemnized April 16, 1938 by Rev. Geo. E. Blanchard, Minister of the Gospel.
  4. [S1103] Find A Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi, Find A Grave memorial #55885305.

Irene Scott1

F, b. July 20, 1912, d. September 12, 1992
Last EditedOctober 6, 2020
     Irene Scott was born on July 20, 1912 at KY, USAG.1,2 As of circa 1932,her married name was Offutt.1 She married Charles Nicholas Offutt, son of Nolan Jernigan Offutt and Ella Couts, circa 1932.1 Irene Offutt and Charles Nicholas Offutt appeared in the Sixteenth Federal Census of April 24, 1940 at District 15, Robertson County, TN, USAG.3 Irene Scott died on September 12, 1992 at age 80.1 She was buried after September 12, 1992 at Cross Plains United Methodist Church Cemetery, Cross Plains, Robertson County, TN, USAG.1
Grave marker for Irene Scott Offutt
Photo taken by Dan Davidson

Family

Charles Nicholas Offutt b. 29 Jul 1909, d. 23 Mar 1984
Child

Citations

  1. [S1103] Find A Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi, Find A Grave memorial #100099611. Photo of headstone; "IRENE SCOTT OFFUTT; JULY 20, 1912; SEPT. 12, 1992."
  2. [S6279] April 24, 1940 Federal Census, 700 Pennsylvania AVE, NW, Washington, DC, USA, Population Schedule; District 15, Robertson County, TN, Line 8 lists wife Irene, age 28, born in KY.
  3. [S6279] April 24, 1940 Federal Census, 700 Pennsylvania AVE, NW, Washington, DC, USA, Population Schedule; District 15, Robertson County, TN, Line 7 lists Charles N. Offutt, age 30, born in TN. Line 8 lists wife Irene, age 28, born in KY. Line 9 lists son Charles S., age 7, born in TN. Line 10 lists son Joe P., age 5, born in TN. Line 11 lists brother in law James W. Carlisle, age 17 born in TN.
  4. [S6279] April 24, 1940 Federal Census, 700 Pennsylvania AVE, NW, Washington, DC, USA, Population Schedule; District 15, Robertson County, TN, Line 9 lists son Charles S., age 7, born in TN.

Charles S. Offutt1

M, b. October 21, 1932, d. June 16, 2020
FatherCharles Nicholas Offutt1 b. 29 Jul 1909, d. 23 Mar 1984
MotherIrene Scott1 b. 20 Jul 1912, d. 12 Sep 1992
Last EditedOctober 6, 2020
     Charles S. Offutt was born on October 21, 1932 at Cross Plains, Robertson County, TN, USAG.1,2 He married Mary Ruth Johnson.3 Charles S. Offutt died on June 16, 2020 at VA Medical Center, Murfreesboro, Rutherford County, TN, USAG, at age 87.4 He was buried on June 20, 2020 at Cross Plains United Methodist Church Cemetery, Cross Plains, Robertson County, TN, USAG.4

Family

Mary Ruth Johnson b. 17 Oct 1932, d. 13 Apr 2017

Citations

  1. [S6279] April 24, 1940 Federal Census, 700 Pennsylvania AVE, NW, Washington, DC, USA, Population Schedule; District 15, Robertson County, TN, Line 9 lists son Charles S., age 7, born in TN.
  2. [S6277] Robertson County Times, June 24, 2020, Pg. 4A, Printed in the June 24, 2020 edition of the Robertson County Times on page 4A. "Charles "Buddy" Offutt
    SPRINGFIELD Charles "Buddy" Offutt, age 87 of Springfield, died Tuesday, June 16, 2020 at VA Medical Center in Murfreesboro. Graveside services were conducted Saturday, June 20, 2020 at 2:00 PM in Cross Plains Cemetery with Dr. Robert Blackaby officiating. Pallbearers were Scott Murphy, Blair Offutt, Chris Offutt, John Blackaby, David Blackaby, and Jason Offutt.
    Mr. Offutt was born October 21,1932 in Cross Plains to the late Charles N. and Irene Scott Offutt. He was a veteran of the United States Air Force having served during the Korean War. He was an electrician, having worked for Cumberland Electric and later doing work for individuals on his own. He loved flying model airplanes, fishing, hunting, woodworking, and football, especially the Tennessee Vols and the Tennessee Titans. His greatest joy was spending time with his grandchildren. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his wife, Mary Ruth Johnson Offutt.
    He is survived by his son, Jon Offutt and wife, Carla of Clarksville; daughter Io Susan Offutt - Blackaby and husband, Dr. Robert Blackaby of Calgary Alberta, Canada; brothers, Joe Offutt and wife, Anita and Jimmy Offutt and wife, Cheryl, both of Cross Plains; and grandchildren, Blair Offutt, Brendan Offutt, Rachel Blackaby, Chris Offutt, John Blackaby, David Blackaby, Shelby Pawlowski, and James Nolan Pawlowski.
    Robertson County Funeral Home in charge of arrangements."
  3. [S6280] Robertson County Times, April 19, 2017, Pg. 4A, Printed in the April 19, 2017 edition of the Robertson County Times on page 4A. "MARY RUTH JOHNSON OFFUTT Springfield, TN
    Mary Ruth Johnson Offutt, 84, of Springfield, died Thursday April 13, 2017 at her home. Graveside services will be conducted Wednesday April 19th at 12 noon in the Cross Plains Cemetery with Ivan Bell officiating. Pallbearers will be Blair Offutt, Brendan Offutt, Chris Offutt, John Blackaby, David Blackaby, and Jared Bell. The family will receive friends on Tuesday from 4:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. and on Wednesday from 10:00 a.m. until 11:15 a.m. at the Robertson County Funeral Home.
    Mrs. Offutt was born October 17, 1932 in Robertson County to the late John and Hettie Blanche Sawyers Johnson. She worked several years for Dr. John Turner and Dr. Sabi Kumar, and then retired from Lifeway as an Administrative Secretary. She was a member of Oak Grove Baptist Church. Mrs. Offutt was a former Sunday School teacher, she enjoyed reading and spending time with her family, and was a true prayer warrior. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her siblings: Bessie Johnson, Anna Owens, J, D. Johnson, Joe B. Johnson, and Rachel Munday.
    Mrs. Offutt is survived by her husband: Buddy Offutt of Springfield, son and daughter-in-law: Jon and Carla Offutt of Clarksville, daughter and son-in-law: Jo Susan Offutt-Blackaby and Dr. Robert Blackaby of Calgary Alberta, Canada, sisters: Peggy Black of Goodlettsville, Bobbie Shankle of Hendersonville, grandchildren: Blair Offutt, Brendan Offutt, Rachel Blackaby, Chris Offutt, John Blackaby, David Blackaby, Shelby Pawlowski, and James Nolan Pawlowski.
    Memorial contributions may be made to Oak Grove Baptist Church
    Robertson County Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. "
  4. [S6277] Robertson County Times, June 24, 2020, Pg. 4A, Printed in the June 24, 2020 edition of the Robertson County Times on page 4A. "SPRINGFIELD - Charles "Buddy" Offutt, age 87 of Springfield, died Tuesday, June 16, 2020 at VA Medical Center in Murfreesboro. Graveside services were conducted Saturday, June 20, 2020 at 2:00 PM in Cross Plains Cemetery with Dr. Robert Blackaby officiating. Pallbearers were Scott Murphy, Blair Offutt, Chris Offutt, John Blackaby, David Blackaby, and Jason Offutt.
    Mr. Offutt was born October 21,1932 in Cross Plains to the late Charles N. and Irene Scott Offutt. He was a veteran of the United States Air Force having served during the Korean War. He was an electrician, having worked for Cumberland Electric and later doing work for individuals on his own. He loved flying model airplanes, fishing, hunting, woodworking, and football, especially the Tennessee Vols and the Tennessee Titans. His greatest joy was spending time with his grandchildren. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his wife, Mary Ruth Johnson Offutt.
    He is survived by his son, Jon Offutt and wife, Carla of Clarksville; daughter Io Susan Offutt - Blackaby and husband, Dr. Robert Blackaby of Calgary Alberta, Canada; brothers, Joe Offutt and wife, Anita and Jimmy Offutt and wife, Cheryl, both of Cross Plains; and grandchildren, Blair Offutt, Brendan Offutt, Rachel Blackaby, Chris Offutt, John Blackaby, David Blackaby, Shelby Pawlowski, and James Nolan Pawlowski.
    Robertson County Funeral Home in charge of arrangements."

Mary Ruth Johnson1

F, b. October 17, 1932, d. April 13, 2017
Last EditedOctober 6, 2020
     Mary Ruth Johnson was born on October 17, 1932 at Robertson County, TN, USAG.1 Her married name was Offutt.1 She married Charles S. Offutt, son of Charles Nicholas Offutt and Irene Scott.1 Mary Ruth Offutt died on April 13, 2017 at Springfield, Robertson County, TN, USAG, at age 84.1 She was buried on April 19, 2017 at Cross Plains United Methodist Church Cemetery, Cross Plains, Robertson County, TN, USAG.1,2

Family

Charles S. Offutt b. 21 Oct 1932, d. 16 Jun 2020

Citations

  1. [S6280] Robertson County Times, April 19, 2017, Pg. 4A, Printed in the April 19, 2017 edition of the Robertson County Times on page 4A. "MARY RUTH JOHNSON OFFUTT Springfield, TN
    Mary Ruth Johnson Offutt, 84, of Springfield, died Thursday April 13, 2017 at her home. Graveside services will be conducted Wednesday April 19th at 12 noon in the Cross Plains Cemetery with Ivan Bell officiating. Pallbearers will be Blair Offutt, Brendan Offutt, Chris Offutt, John Blackaby, David Blackaby, and Jared Bell. The family will receive friends on Tuesday from 4:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. and on Wednesday from 10:00 a.m. until 11:15 a.m. at the Robertson County Funeral Home.
    Mrs. Offutt was born October 17, 1932 in Robertson County to the late John and Hettie Blanche Sawyers Johnson. She worked several years for Dr. John Turner and Dr. Sabi Kumar, and then retired from Lifeway as an Administrative Secretary. She was a member of Oak Grove Baptist Church. Mrs. Offutt was a former Sunday School teacher, she enjoyed reading and spending time with her family, and was a true prayer warrior. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her siblings: Bessie Johnson, Anna Owens, J, D. Johnson, Joe B. Johnson, and Rachel Munday.
    Mrs. Offutt is survived by her husband: Buddy Offutt of Springfield, son and daughter-in-law: Jon and Carla Offutt of Clarksville, daughter and son-in-law: Jo Susan Offutt-Blackaby and Dr. Robert Blackaby of Calgary Alberta, Canada, sisters: Peggy Black of Goodlettsville, Bobbie Shankle of Hendersonville, grandchildren: Blair Offutt, Brendan Offutt, Rachel Blackaby, Chris Offutt, John Blackaby, David Blackaby, Shelby Pawlowski, and James Nolan Pawlowski.
    Memorial contributions may be made to Oak Grove Baptist Church
    Robertson County Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. "
  2. [S1103] Find A Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi, Find A Grave memorial #178413304 . Photo of what appears to be a temporary marker taken in 2018; "In Loving Memory of Mary Ruth OFFUTT; October 17, 1932 - April 13, 2017."

William Randall Bradshaw1

M, b. July 11, 1958, d. July 11, 1958
Last EditedNovember 17, 2020
     William Randall Bradshaw died on July 11, 1958 at Pomona Valley Community Hospital, Pomona, Los Angeles County, CA, USAG.1 He was born on July 11, 1958 at Pomona Valley Community Hospital, Pomona, Los Angeles County, CA, USAG.1

Citations

  1. [S6315] William Randall Bradshaw, CA Dept. of Public Health; Certificate of Death, Local Registration District and Certificate No. 7071; Stamped 11659. Certificate of death for William Randall Bradshaw. He was born and died on July 11, 1958, living only 50 minutes.

Opal V. Offutt1

F, b. circa December 10, 1925, d. before April 1, 2010
FatherCarl Jennings Offutt1 b. 1902, d. 23 Nov 1991
MotherMary Elizabeth Jarvis1 b. 1907, d. 1998
Last EditedNovember 20, 2020
     Opal V. Offutt was born circa December 10, 1925 at WV, USAG.1,2 She was listed in the 1930 census at Washington District, Calhoun County, WV, USAG, in the household of Carl Jennings Offutt and Mary Elizabeth Offutt on April 10, 1930.3 Opal V. Offutt was listed in the 1940 census at Lebanon Township, Meigs County, OH, USAG, in the household of Carl Jennings Offutt and Mary Elizabeth Offutt on April 23, 1940.4 Opal V. Offutt died before April 1, 2010.5

Citations

  1. [S6322] April 10, 1930 Federal Census, 700 Pennsylvania AVE, NW, Washington, DC, USA, Population Schedule; Washington District, Calhoun County, WV, Dwelling & Family Number 51. Line 95 lists daughter Opal V., age 4 4/12, born in WV.
  2. [S6323] April 23, 1940 Federal Census, 700 Pennsylvania AVE, NW, Washington, DC, USA, Population Schedule; Lebanon, Meigs County, OH, Household Number 181. Line 50 lists daughter Opal, age 14, born in WV.
  3. [S6322] April 10, 1930 Federal Census, 700 Pennsylvania AVE, NW, Washington, DC, USA, Population Schedule; Washington District, Calhoun County, WV, Dwelling & Family Number 51. Line 93 lists Carl J. Offutt, age 27, age at first marriage 22, born in WV. Line 94 lists Mary E., age 22, age at first marriage 17, born in WV. Line 95 lists daughter Opal V., age 4 4/12, born in WV. Line 96 lists son Opha W.(?), age 2 6/12, born in WV.
  4. [S6323] April 23, 1940 Federal Census, 700 Pennsylvania AVE, NW, Washington, DC, USA, Population Schedule; Lebanon, Meigs County, OH, Household Number 181. Line 48 lists Carl, age 37, married ,born in WV. Line 49 lists wife Mary, age 33, married, born in WV. Line 50 lists daughter Opal, age 14, born in WV. Line 51 lists son Opha, age 12, born in WV. Line 52 lists son George, age 3, born in OH.
  5. [S6328] The Cincinnati Enquirer, April 4, 2010, Pg. B11, Printed in the Sunday, April 4, 2010 edition of The Cincinnati Enquirer on page B11. "OFFUTT - George L., Beloved husband of the late Patricia Dubbs Offutt. Dear brother of Opha Offutt and the late Opal Morris. Retired from Ashland Oil Co. after 25 years followed by retirement from Thelen and Associates after 8 years of service. Passed away April 1, 2010 at his residence in Whitewater Township. Age 73. Visitation in the Arlington Memorial Gardens Chapel, 2145 Compton Rd., Mt. Healthy, Wednesday, April 7 from 12:30 PM until time of the funeral service at 1:00 PM. Memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society through the John C. Brater Funeral Home, 201 S. Vine SI. Harrison, OH 45030. www.braterfuneralhome.com."

George L. Offutt1,2

M, b. August 5, 1936, d. April 1, 2010
FatherCarl Jennings Offutt1 b. 1902, d. 23 Nov 1991
MotherMary Elizabeth Jarvis1 b. 1907, d. 1998
Last EditedNovember 20, 2020
     George L. Offutt was born on August 5, 1936 at OH, USAG.1,3 He was listed in the 1940 census at Lebanon Township, Meigs County, OH, USAG, in the household of Carl Jennings Offutt and Mary Elizabeth Offutt on April 23, 1940.4 George L. Offutt died on April 1, 2010 at Whitewater Township, Hamilton County, OH, USAG, at age 73.2 He was buried on April 7, 2010 at Arlington Memorial Gardens, Mount Healthy, Hamilton County, OH, USAG.5,3

Citations

  1. [S6323] April 23, 1940 Federal Census, 700 Pennsylvania AVE, NW, Washington, DC, USA, Population Schedule; Lebanon, Meigs County, OH, Household Number 181. Line 52 lists son George, age 3, born in OH.
  2. [S6328] The Cincinnati Enquirer, April 4, 2010, Pg. B11, Printed in the Sunday, April 4, 2010 edition of The Cincinnati Enquirer on page B11. "OFFUTT - George L., Beloved husband of the late Patricia Dubbs Offutt. Dear brother of Opha Offutt and the late Opal Morris. Retired from Ashland Oil Co. after 25 years followed by retirement from Thelen and Associates after 8 years of service. Passed away April 1, 2010 at his residence in Whitewater Township. Age 73. Visitation in the Arlington Memorial Gardens Chapel, 2145 Compton Rd., Mt. Healthy, Wednesday, April 7 from 12:30 PM until time of the funeral service at 1:00 PM. Memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society through the John C. Brater Funeral Home, 201 S. Vine SI. Harrison, OH 45030. www.braterfuneralhome.com."
  3. [S486] Web Site, online unknown url, https://amgardens.org/locate-a-loved-one/. George Offutt. Born: 08/05/1936. Died: 04/01/2010. Service: 04/07/2010. Age: 73. Section: Arlington Memorial Gardens Garden Mausoleum Building / Plot: REDWO SubLot / Row: 5 Level: E Space: 2.
  4. [S6323] April 23, 1940 Federal Census, 700 Pennsylvania AVE, NW, Washington, DC, USA, Population Schedule; Lebanon, Meigs County, OH, Household Number 181. Line 48 lists Carl, age 37, married ,born in WV. Line 49 lists wife Mary, age 33, married, born in WV. Line 50 lists daughter Opal, age 14, born in WV. Line 51 lists son Opha, age 12, born in WV. Line 52 lists son George, age 3, born in OH.
  5. [S1103] Find A Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi, Find A Grave memorial #50714220. Memorial for George Lynn Offutt.

A. G. Griffith1

M, b. circa 1824
Last EditedNovember 23, 2020
     A. G. Griffith was born circa 1824 at TN, USAG.1,2 He married Mary Ann Haydon on August 11, 1868 at Woodford County, KY, USAG.1,3 A. G. Griffith and Mary Ann Griffith appeared on the Federal Census of September 3, 1870 at Franklin, Simpson County, KY, USAG.4

Family 1

Children

Family 2

Mary Ann Haydon b. Oct 1823

Citations

  1. [S6334] Woodford Cty., KY Marr. Rcds. 1841 - 1879: Marriage License granted in Woodford County, KY on August 3, 1868. Marriage Certificate states that the marriage took place Auigust 11, 1868 at Jesse Haydens in Woodford County Kentucky, marriage performed by H. H. Gilford(?).
  2. [S6336] September 3, 1870 Federal Census, 700 Pennsylvania AVE, NW, Washington, DC, USA, Population Schedule; Franklin, Simpson County, KY, Dwelling 102, Family 105. Line 33 lists Augustus P. Griffith, age 46, born in TN.
  3. [S6335] Woodford Cty., KY Marr. Reg. 1789 - 1872: Woodford County, KY Marriage Register. Entry appears to be dated August 11, 1868; A. G. Griffith to Mary Ann Offutt; "This is to certify that on ? day of July(?) or could be Aug the rites(?) pf Marriage were legally solemnized by me between A. G. Griffith and Mary Ann Offutt at Jesse Hadens in the county of Woodford in the presence of Jas. Haden and W. E. Haden (Signed) H. H. Gilford. [Note: The image isn't the best, so I have done the best I could with the transcription. I've removed the dates in this record since I have the copy of the license and marriage certifcate which are much clearer]
  4. [S6336] September 3, 1870 Federal Census, 700 Pennsylvania AVE, NW, Washington, DC, USA, Population Schedule; Franklin, Simpson County, KY, Dwelling 102, Family 105. Line 33 lists Augustus P. Griffith, age 46, born in TN. Line 34 lists Mary A., age 47, born in KY. Line 35 lists George W., age 15, born in TN. Line 36 lists Henry N., age 13, born in TN. Line 37 lists Joan Offitt(as listed), age 12, born in KY. Line 38 lists James T. Offitt, age 10, born in KY.
  5. [S6336] September 3, 1870 Federal Census, 700 Pennsylvania AVE, NW, Washington, DC, USA, Population Schedule; Franklin, Simpson County, KY, Dwelling 102, Family 105. Line 35 lists George W., age 15, born in TN.
  6. [S6336] September 3, 1870 Federal Census, 700 Pennsylvania AVE, NW, Washington, DC, USA, Population Schedule; Franklin, Simpson County, KY, Dwelling 102, Family 105. Line 36 lists Henry N., age 13, born in TN.

Henry N. Griffith1

M, b. circa 1857
FatherA. G. Griffith1 b. c 1824
Last EditedNovember 23, 2020
     Henry N. Griffith was born circa 1857 at TN, USAG.1,2 He was listed in the 1870 census at Franklin, Simpson County, KY, USAG, in the household of A. G. Griffith and Mary Ann Griffith on September 3, 1870.3 Henry N. Griffith was listed in the 1880 census at Franklin, Simpson County, KY, USAG, in the household of Mary Ann Griffith on June 8, 1880.4

Citations

  1. [S6336] September 3, 1870 Federal Census, 700 Pennsylvania AVE, NW, Washington, DC, USA, Population Schedule; Franklin, Simpson County, KY, Dwelling 102, Family 105. Line 36 lists Henry N., age 13, born in TN.
  2. [S6337] June 8, 1880 Federal Census, 700 Pennsylvania AVE, NW, Washington, DC, USA, Population Schedule; Franklin, Simpson County, KY, Dwelling 130, Family 148. Line 23 lists Henry N., son, single, age 23, born in TN.
  3. [S6336] September 3, 1870 Federal Census, 700 Pennsylvania AVE, NW, Washington, DC, USA, Population Schedule; Franklin, Simpson County, KY, Dwelling 102, Family 105. Line 33 lists Augustus P. Griffith, age 46, born in TN. Line 34 lists Mary A., age 47, born in KY. Line 35 lists George W., age 15, born in TN. Line 36 lists Henry N., age 13, born in TN. Line 37 lists Joan Offitt(as listed), age 12, born in KY. Line 38 lists James T. Offitt, age 10, born in KY.
  4. [S6337] June 8, 1880 Federal Census, 700 Pennsylvania AVE, NW, Washington, DC, USA, Population Schedule; Franklin, Simpson County, KY, Dwelling 130, Family 148. Line 20 lists Mary A. Griffith, age 56, widow, born in KY. Line 21 lists Joan, daughter, age 21, married, born in KY. Line 22 lists son George, age 24, married, born in TN. Line 23 lists Henry N., son, single, age 23, born in TN. Line 24 Everett, age 21, stepson, born in KY. Line 25 lists James Offutt, son, age 19, born in KY. Line 26 lists Hassie Griffith, age 1, granddaughter, born in KY. Line 27 lists Fannie Bennett, age 4, relationship illegible (Ancestry transcriber thinks its daughter, I disagree and think it's Idgt child which could be indigent, or illegitimate).