Dietrich King of Saxony

M, b. circa 700
     Dietrich King of Saxony was born circa 700 at Saxony, Germany.

Child of Dietrich King of Saxony

Lisiard de Fezensac

M, b. circa 782
     Lisiard de Fezensac was born circa 782 at Fezensac, Gascony, France. He was the son of Begue I Count of Paris and Aupais of France.

Child of Lisiard de Fezensac

Imhild of Engern

F, b. circa 750
     Imhild of Engern was born circa 750 at Engern, Saxony, Germany. She was the daughter of Warnechin of Engern and Kunhilde of Rugen.

Child of Imhild of Engern and Harold Eysteinsson King of Haithabu

Judith (Ingeltrude) of Friuli1,2

F, b. circa 837, d. after 853
     Judith (Ingeltrude) of Friuli married Heinrich von Babenberg , Margrave in Friesland, son of Poppo I Count of Saargau.1 Judith (Ingeltrude) of Friuli was born circa 837 at Friuli, Italy. She was the daughter of Eberhard I Duke of Friuli and Gisele of Aquitaine , Princess. Judith (Ingeltrude) of Friuli died after 853.
     She His [Heinrich I von Babenburg's] first wife was apparently an earlierJudith from the Unruoching family, daughter of the margrave Eberhard ofFriuli and Gisela of Francia. [Ref: Peter Stewart 30 Apr 2002]

Child of Judith (Ingeltrude) of Friuli and Heinrich von Babenberg , Margrave in Friesland

Citations

  1. [S235] Newsgroup: soc.genealogy.medieval, at groups - google.com, online google.com, Peter Stewart, 30 Apr 2002.
  2. [S235] Newsgroup: soc.genealogy.medieval, at groups - google.com, online google.com, Alan B. Wilson, 30 Dec 1998.

Unknown First Wife

F, b. circa 612, d. before 659
     Unknown First Wife married Warinus Count of Franks in Burgundy. Unknown First Wife was born circa 612. She died before 659.

Child of Unknown First Wife and Warinus Count of Franks in Burgundy

Adelgis Count of Parma1

M, b. circa 769, d. 836
     Adelgis Count of Parma was born circa 769 at Parma, Italy. He died in 836 at Spoleto, Umbria, Italy.

Child of Adelgis Count of Parma

Citations

  1. [S235] Newsgroup: soc.genealogy.medieval, at groups - google.com, online google.com, Alan B. Wilson, 30 Dec 1998.

Bryant Percival1

M, b. circa 1849
     Bryant Percival was born circa 1849 at New York.1 He married Minnie Ferry, daughter of William Whitney Ferry and Mary E. Gilladett, circa 1878.1

Citations

  1. [S84] 1880 Census.

Edward Thomas Spencer

M
     Edward Thomas Spencer is the son of Edward H. Spencer and Dorothy Green.

(?) Henry1

M, b. circa 1865, d. 28 July 1897
     (?) Henry married Ora May Ferry, daughter of William Whitney Ferry and Mary E. Gilladett.1 (?) Henry was born circa 1865 at New York.2 He died on 28 July 1897 at New York, New York.1,2

Child of (?) Henry and Ora May Ferry

Citations

  1. [S24] 1900 Census.
  2. [S285] New York Death Index 1880-1956, online Ancestry.com, Frank Henry
    Age: 32 y
    Date: 28 Jul 1897
    Certificate: 23454.

Thomas Franklin Andrew Henry1,2

M, b. 4 December 1887, d. November 1973
     Thomas Franklin Andrew Henry was born on 4 December 1887 at New York, New York.1,3,2 He was the son of (?) Henry and Ora May Ferry.1 Thomas Franklin Andrew Henry married Marian A. Cooper, daughter of John K. Cooper and Agnes (?), on 10 November 1909 at Kansas City, Jackson, Missosuri.4,5 Thomas Franklin Andrew Henry died in November 1973 at Missouri at age 85.6

Children of Thomas Franklin Andrew Henry and Marian A. Cooper

Citations

  1. [S24] 1900 Census.
  2. [S114] WWI Draft Records.
  3. [S195] Unknown author, "Kerry Wolf," e-mail to unknown recipient, Wrote a letter to her grandson in 1927.
  4. [S100] 1910 Census.
  5. [S291] Missouri Marriages, online Ancestry.com,      T Frank A Henry
    Age:      21
    Birth Date:      abt 1888
    Marriage Date:      10 Nov 1909
    Marriage Location:      Jackson,Kansas City, Missouri
    Marriage County:      Jackson
    Spouse Name:      Miss. Marion A Cooper
    Spouse Age:      22.
  6. [S20] Unknown subject, unknown file number, Social Security Death Index, unknown series, Thomas Henry
    SSN: 495-09-1099 Last Residence: 64116 Kansas City, Clay, Missouri, United States of America Born: 4 Dec 1887 Died: Nov 1973 State (Year) SSN issued:Missouri (Before 1951).
  7. [S80] 1930 Census.

Marian A. Cooper1

F, b. circa 1888
     Marian A. Cooper was born circa 1888 at New York.2 She was the daughter of John K. Cooper and Agnes (?) Marian A. Cooper married Thomas Franklin Andrew Henry, son of (?) Henry and Ora May Ferry, on 10 November 1909 at Kansas City, Jackson, Missosuri.2,3
     Marian A. Cooper was also known as Maria Cooper.2

Citations

  1. [S80] 1930 Census.
  2. [S100] 1910 Census.
  3. [S291] Missouri Marriages, online Ancestry.com,      T Frank A Henry
    Age:      21
    Birth Date:      abt 1888
    Marriage Date:      10 Nov 1909
    Marriage Location:      Jackson,Kansas City, Missouri
    Marriage County:      Jackson
    Spouse Name:      Miss. Marion A Cooper
    Spouse Age:      22.

John K. Cooper

M
     John K. Cooper married Agnes (?)

Child of John K. Cooper and Agnes (?)

Agnes (?)

F
     Agnes (?) married John K. Cooper.

Child of Agnes (?) and John K. Cooper

Mariam A. Henry1

F
     Mariam A. Henry is the daughter of Thomas Franklin Andrew Henry and Marian A. Cooper.1

Citations

  1. [S80] 1930 Census.

John K. Henry1

M
     John K. Henry is the son of Thomas Franklin Andrew Henry and Marian A. Cooper.1

Citations

  1. [S80] 1930 Census.

Miles Sherman Gillidette1,2

M, b. 15 August 1841, d. 1931
     Miles Sherman Gillidette was born on 15 August 1841 at Dutchess, New York.3,4 He was the son of William Gillidette and Rebecca Halleck. Miles Sherman Gillidette married Mary J. Rathbone, daughter of Gideon Rathbone and Eliza Howell, on 7 January 1866 at Eldora, Hardin, Iowa.3,4,5 Miles Sherman Gillidette died in 1931.6
     Miles Sherman Gillidette was also known as Sherman M. Gilladett.2 Miles Sherman Gillidette was also known as Sherman Small.7 MILES SHERMAN GILLIDETT, retired farmer and minister of Plains, with which region he has been actively identified since April 1, 1901, has spent a long and active career and is one of the surviving veterans of the Civil war.

He was born in Dutchess County, New York, August 15, 1841. He was a small child when his father died and cannot remember the latter, William Gillidett, who was born in Delaware County, New York. The Gillidett ancestors were of French lineage. William Gillidett married Rebecca P. Halleck, and her only child was Miles Sherman. Rebecca Halleck's father was Jesse P. Halleck, a soldier of the War of 1812 and a distant relative of Major General Halleck of the Civil war. Jesse P. Halleck married a Miss Hopkins, member of a wealthy family of Litchfield County, Connecticut, who was disinherited because of her marriage with a comparatively poor man. Rebecca Halleck, who was born in Litchfield County, Connecticut, July 26, 1821, after the death of her first husband, William Gillidett, married William J. Small. She reared the following children by her second husband: Dr. Frederick Small, of Central Missouri; Helen, who married Martin H. Hamlin, of Harrison County, Missouri; Fannie, who married Allie Williams, of Harrison County, Missouri; Mrs. Rebecca Small, who died at Athelstan, Missouri, March 22, 1889, and is buried there.

Miles Sherman Gillidett spent his boyhood in his native county until he was sixteen years old. His mother then moved to Illinois and settled in Carroll County in 1856. From that locality on October 6, 1862, Mr. Gillidett enlisted in Company C, Ninety-Second Illinois Infantry, under Captain William Stouffer and Colonel Smith D. Adkins. The Ninety-Second Illinois was in some of the hardest fighting of the war. It rendezvoused at Rockford, Illinois, and during the late fall of 1862 followed the trail of John Morgan's Army in Kentucky and Ohio. The first winter was spent at Danville, Kentucky, and thence it was ordered to Fort Donelson, reaching there at the close of the second battle. It was then sent on to Nashville and Franklin and took part in the battle at Duck River. After the winter and spring spent at Franklin in building fortifications the regiment was sent to Tullahoma, Tennessee, where it was mounted and attached to Wilder's Cavalry Brigade. Mr. Gillidett and his comrades took part in the battle of Chickamauga, in various raiding campaigns around Chattanooga, was at Lookout Mountain, and during 1864 fought in the battles of Buzzard's Roost, Snake Creek Gap, Resaca, Altoona, Kennesaw Mountain, Peach Tree Creek, Jonesboro and shortly before the fall of Atlanta the Ninety-Second Regiment was made a part of General Kilpatrick's Cavalry and was thus in the magnificent raid around Atlanta, cutting communications, tearing up railroads and destroying property on all sides of that Confederate stronghold. After the fall of Atlanta the Ninety-Second went with Sherman's Army on its march to the sea, fighting the Confederates almost daily and reaching Savannah, Georgia, in December, 1864. From Savannah the march northward through the Carolinas began on January 28, 1865, and the Ninety-Second Illinois was in the vanguard of that march. Again they were fighting the diminishing forces of General Johnston, and participated in the battles of Aiken, South Carolina, at Goldsboro, New Hope Creek, and Mr. Gillidett and his comrades witnessed the surrender of Johnston's Army near Raleigh. In that locality the Ninety-Second Illinois was kept for guard and patrol duty until August, 1865. Going north, it traveled by train to City Point, Virginia, thence by water to Baltimore, by rail to Chicago, where the regiment was mustered out and given its honorable discharge after three years of strenuous work and service. Mr. Gillidett in spite of the many obvious hardships of service was never wounded nor captured.

During the war his mother had moved to Iowa and Mr. Gillidett joined her there, locating in Hardin County. Having been reared on a farm and having acquired a country school education, he took naturally to farming and continued that vocation in Iowa, until June, 1867. He then removed to Harrison, County, Missouri, and for a number of years was a well known and prominent citizen of that locality. Much of his time there was taken up with the trades of wagon maker and blacksmith. His shop and home were at Bethany, the county seat. He served as deputy sheriff eight years and sheriff four years and for several years was marshal of the Town of Bethany. In 1880 Mr. Gillidett spent some months in Leadville, Colorado, and was on the police force during the Mike Mooney strike. He raised a company of militia for the defense of the city, was its captain and with the company was mustered into the Colorado National Guard. In the fall of 1880 he returned to Bethany and there raised Company I of the Second Missouri National Guard and was its captain two years and then re-enlisted and served another two years.

After retiring from the sheriff's office, Mr. Gillidett returned to his farm in 1886 and continued farming as his principal vocation until he left Missouri to come to Kansas. He had become acquainted with Kansas in the early '70s while selling horses and mules to settlers over this northern region of the state. It was those early visits which finally influenced him to make his permanent home in this state.

For some years after settling in Meade County Mr. Gillidett was engaged in the hotel business at Plains. He erected the Plains Hotel, the first hotel of the town, and was also proprietor of the first livery stable there. He has been identified with farming and with the rural development of the county, and has been a man of action and leadership in politics, religion and other affairs.

His first presidential vote was cast for Mr. Lincoln while in the army in 1864. He has never missed a presidential election and has never deviated from his first choice of party affiliations. Both in Missouri and Kansas he has attended numerous conventions and helped nominate Governor Hoch in this state. About 1872 he joined the Grand Army as a charter member of Bethany Post and was elected its second officer. He has attended national encampments at Chicago, St. Louis, Pueblo and Portland, Maine.

While living at Bethany, Missouri, Mr. Gillidett was converted to religion and about the time he reached his middle years he took up work as a preacher. He attended theological school at Kimberlin Heights, Tennessee, and was regularly ordained at Bethany by Elder John S. Allen and W. H. Hook. As a pastor he labored in Northern Missouri and Southern Iowa, also Eastern Kansas, and was a member of the Grand River Association of the Christian Church and served it as district evangelist. Some of his evangelistic work was done in Southern Kansas before he moved to the state. After coming to Meade County he was pastor of the churches at Plains, Fowler, Minneola and Liberal.

In Hardin County, Iowa, January 7, 1866, Mr. Gillidett married Miss Mary J. Rathbone. She was born in McLean County, Illinois, May 20, 1845, daughter of Gideon and Eliza (Howell) Rathbone. Her mother when a girl lived in Spencer County, Indiana, and was a schoolmate with Abraham Lincoln, both sitting on the same bench of one of the backwoods country schools of that section. Gideon Rathbone was born in Ohio August 6, 1809, and lived in Sangamon and McLean County, Illinois, and was a pioneer in Hardin County, Iowa, where he spent the rest of his life. He and his wife were members of the Baptist Church. Gideon Rathbone's mother was Deborah Taylor, a first cousin of General and President Zachary Taylor. Gideon Rathbone was twice married, his first wife being Mrs. Lucy Howell.

Mr. and Mrs. Gillidett have been married more than half a century, and have a large number of children and grandchildren. Their oldest child is Charles W., a resident of Chillicothe, Missouri. He married Minnie Boatright and has two sons, Walter L. and Clarence. Gideon, the second child, a resident of Maryville, Missouri, married Lillian Brazelton, and their children are Everett, Earl and Roberta Mae. George W., of Arkansas City, Kansas, married Sophie Dibble. Emma has twice married and is now the wife of James A. Nere of Colorado and has children named Lee, Charles, Carl, Otto, Raymond and Mary M. By her first husband she was the mother of James Niren Gillidett, now an adopted son of Rev. Mr. Gillidett. The next child in age is Miss Anna Mae, of Plains. Homer lives at Chillicothe, Missouri, and Everett, postmaster of Plains, married Mae McCall and has a son, Dwight Ivan. The youngest of the family is Laura B., wife of Fred R. Johnson, of Monument, Colorado.

Transcribed from A Standard History of Kansas and Kansans, written and compiled by William E. Connelley, Secretary of the Kansas State Historical Society, Topeka. [Revised ed.] Chicago: Lewis Publishing Co., 1919, c1918. 5 v. (xlviii, 2530 p., [155] leaves of plates): ill., maps (some fold.), ports; 27 cm.4 Miles Sherman Gillidette was also known as Miles S. Gilladett.3 He appeared on the census of 21 August 1850 at Washington, Dutchess, New York.7 He appeared on the census of 6 July 1860 at Wysox, Carroll, Illinois; Rebecca Small Age in 1860: 36 Birth Year: abt 1824 Birthplace: Connecticut Home in 1860: Wysox, Carroll, Illinois
Gender: Female Post Office: Milledgeville
Household Members: Name Age
Wm Small 49
Rebecca Small 36
Sherman Small 18
Helen Small 8
Fred Small 4.8


He began military service on 10 February 1862 at Milledgeville, Carroll, Illinois.9 He appeared on the census of 1880 at Bethany, Harrison, Missouri.10 He appeared on the census of 1900 at Jefferson, Harrison, Missouri.3 He appeared on the census of 15 April 1910 at West Plains, Meade, Kansas.2 He appeared on the census of 1925 at West Plains, Meade, Kansas.11 He appeared on the census of 7 April 1930 at West Plains, Meade, Kansas.1

Children of Miles Sherman Gillidette and Mary J. Rathbone

Citations

  1. [S80] 1930 Census.
  2. [S100] 1910 Census.
  3. [S24] 1900 Census.
  4. [S289] Secretary of the Kansas State Historical Society William E. Connelley, A Standard History of Kansas and Kansans.
  5. [S290] John C. Cooley, Rathbone Genealogy.
  6. [S170] Find A Grave, online Findagrave.com, Miles S. Gillidett
    Birth:           1841
    Death:           1931
    Inscription:
    FATHER
    Burial::
    Plains Cemetery
    Meade County
    Kansas, USA.
  7. [S69] 1850 Census.
  8. [S87] 1860 Census.
  9. [S96] Unknown subject, Civil War Service Records, Miles S Gillidott Residence: Milledgeville, Illinois Enlistment Date: 10 Jun 1862 Rank at enlistment: Private State Served: Illinois Survived the War?: Yes Service Record: Enlisted in Company C, Illinois 92nd Infantry Regiment on 02 Mar 1864.
    Mustered out on 21 Jun 1865.
    Transferred to Company E, Illinois 65th Infantry Regiment on 21 Jun 1865.
    Mustered out on 13 Jul 1865.
    Sources: Illinois: Roster of Officers and Enlisted Men.
  10. [S84] 1880 Census.
  11. [S286] 1925 Kansas State Census.
  12. [S288] Unknown name of person, Missouri Death Certificates, George Winfred Gillidette November 03, 1929 McDonald 37733.

Mary J. Rathbone1,2

F, b. 20 May 1845, d. 1923
     Mary J. Rathbone was born on 20 May 1845 at Stautis Grove, McLean, Illnois.1,3 She was the daughter of Gideon Rathbone and Eliza Howell. Mary J. Rathbone married Miles Sherman Gillidette, son of William Gillidette and Rebecca Halleck, on 7 January 1866 at Eldora, Hardin, Iowa.1,3,4 Mary J. Rathbone died in 1923.5

Children of Mary J. Rathbone and Miles Sherman Gillidette

Citations

  1. [S24] 1900 Census.
  2. [S288] Unknown name of person, Missouri Death Certificates, George Winfred Gillidette November 03, 1929 McDonald 37733 Father: Miles S. Gillidette, Mother: Mary J. Rathbone.
  3. [S289] Secretary of the Kansas State Historical Society William E. Connelley, A Standard History of Kansas and Kansans.
  4. [S290] John C. Cooley, Rathbone Genealogy.
  5. [S170] Find A Grave, online Findagrave.com, Mary J. Gillidett
    [Suggest a correction]
    Birth:           1845
    Death:           1923

    MOTHER




    Burial::
    Plains Cemetery
    Meade County
    Kansas, USA.
  6. [S84] 1880 Census.
  7. [S288] Unknown name of person, Missouri Death Certificates, George Winfred Gillidette November 03, 1929 McDonald 37733.
  8. [S80] 1930 Census.

Gideon Gilladett1

M, b. 27 December 1867, d. 14 July 1938
     Gideon Gilladett was born on 27 December 1867 at Jefferson, Harrison, Missouri.1,2,3 He was the son of Miles Sherman Gillidette and Mary J. Rathbone.1 Gideon Gilladett married Lillian Brazelton, daughter of Thomas Brazelton, circa 1904.4 Gideon Gilladett died on 14 July 1938 at Cook, Illinois, at age 70.5

Children of Gideon Gilladett and Lillian Brazelton

Citations

  1. [S24] 1900 Census.
  2. [S288] Unknown name of person, Missouri Death Certificates, Earl Granville Gillidett death: Father Gideon, b. Harrison, MO.
  3. [S290] John C. Cooley, Rathbone Genealogy.
  4. [S100] 1910 Census.
  5. [S293] Cook County Illinois Death Index, online Ancestry.com, Gideon Gillidett
    Death Date:      14 Jul 1938
    Death Location:      Cook County, IL
    File Number:      6019424
    Archive collection name:      Cook County Genealogy Records (Deaths)
    Archive repository location:      Chicago, IL
    Archive repository name:      Cook County Cler.
  6. [S288] Unknown name of person, Missouri Death Certificates.

Anna Mae Gilladett1,2

F, b. 8 October 1874
     Anna Mae Gilladett was born on 8 October 1874 at Missouri.1,3 She was the daughter of Miles Sherman Gillidette and Mary J. Rathbone.1

Citations

  1. [S24] 1900 Census.
  2. [S286] 1925 Kansas State Census.
  3. [S290] John C. Cooley, Rathbone Genealogy.

Everett Gerald Gilladett1,2

M, b. 9 November 1878, d. 27 September 1953
     Everett Gerald Gilladett was born on 9 November 1878 at Missouri.1 He was the son of Miles Sherman Gillidette and Mary J. Rathbone.1 Everett Gerald Gilladett married Mae A. McCall circa 1906.3 Everett Gerald Gilladett died on 27 September 1953 at San Bernadino, California, at age 74.2,4

Child of Everett Gerald Gilladett and Mae A. McCall

Citations

  1. [S24] 1900 Census.
  2. [S139] Unknown name of person, California Death Index, Everett Gerald Gillidett
    Social Security #:      569149183
    Sex:      MALE
    Birth Date:      9 Nov 1878
    Birthplace:      Missouri
    Death Date:      27 Sep 1953
    Death Place:      San Bernardino
    Mother's Maiden Name:      Rathbone
    FATHER'S SURNAME:      Gillidett.
  3. [S80] 1930 Census.
  4. [S170] Find A Grave, online Findagrave.com, Everett C. Gillidett Birth:1878 Death: 1953 Burial:: Hillside Memorial Park Redlands San Bernardino County California, USA Plot: Block B.

Laura Browder Gilladett1,2

F, b. 17 March 1886
     Laura Browder Gilladett married Fred R. Johnson. Laura Browder Gilladett was born on 17 March 1886 at Bethany, Harrison, Missouri.1,3 She was the daughter of Miles Sherman Gillidette and Mary J. Rathbone.1

Citations

  1. [S24] 1900 Census.
  2. [S290] John C. Cooley, Rathbone Genealogy.
  3. [S287] Missouri Birth Index, online Ancestry.com, Gillidette Birth Date: 17 Mar 1886 Birth County: Harrison Birth Location: Bethany Race/Ethnicity: White Gender: F (Female) Mother's Name: Mary J Gillidette
    [M J Gillidette] Mother's Age: 41 Father's Name: Miles S Gillidette Father's Age: 44
    County      Roll Number      Page      Number
    Harrison      C 2603      56      13

    1. Name of Child Gillidetti,
    2. Sex F
    3. No. of Child of this Mother 8     

    1. Mar 17, 1886
    2. Bethany, Missouri

    1. Full Name of Mother Mary J. Gillidetti
    2. Maiden Name of Mother . Mary J. Randsifouse

    1. Miles S. Gillisetti.

         

Homer Gilladett1

M, b. 20 July 1876
     Homer Gilladett was born on 20 July 1876 at Missouri.1,2 He was the son of Miles Sherman Gillidette and Mary J. Rathbone.1 Homer Gilladett married Emma (?) Homer Gilladett and an unknown person were divorced before 1920.

Child of Homer Gilladett and Emma (?)

Citations

  1. [S80] 1930 Census.
  2. [S114] WWI Draft Records.
  3. [S170] Find A Grave, online Findagrave.com, Dorothea Ardine Gillidett
    Birth: Jun. 5, 1904
    Death: Jul. 25, 1906
    Note: Dau of Homer and Emma Gillidett
    Burial:: Ridgeway Cemetery Ridgeway Harrison County Missouri, USA.

George Winfield Gilladett1

M, b. 9 June 1870, d. 3 November 1929
     George Winfield Gilladett married Sophie Dibble. George Winfield Gilladett was born on 9 June 1870 at Missouri.2 He was the son of Miles Sherman Gillidette and Mary J. Rathbone.2 George Winfield Gilladett died on 3 November 1929 at Anderson, McDonald, Missouri, at age 59.2

Citations

  1. [S288] Unknown name of person, Missouri Death Certificates, George Winfred Gillidette November 03, 1929 McDonald 37733
    Also, obit. index: Gillidette George Winfield 11-03-1929 Anderson News Review Missouri.
  2. [S288] Unknown name of person, Missouri Death Certificates, George Winfred Gillidette November 03, 1929 McDonald 37733.

Lillian Brazelton

F, b. circa 1876
     Lillian Brazelton was born circa 1876 at Illinois.1 She was the daughter of Thomas Brazelton. Lillian Brazelton married Gideon Gilladett, son of Miles Sherman Gillidette and Mary J. Rathbone, circa 1904.2
     Lillian Brazelton was also known as Lillian Spencer.

Children of Lillian Brazelton and Gideon Gilladett

Citations

  1. [S78] 1920 Census.
  2. [S100] 1910 Census.
  3. [S288] Unknown name of person, Missouri Death Certificates.

Earl Granvil Gilladett1

M, b. 11 December 1911, d. 17 April 1923
     Earl Granvil Gilladett was born on 11 December 1911 at Burlington Jct., Nodaway, Missouri.1 He was the son of Gideon Gilladett and Lillian Brazelton.1 Earl Granvil Gilladett died on 17 April 1923 at age 11.1

Citations

  1. [S288] Unknown name of person, Missouri Death Certificates.

Charles Walter Gillidett1

M, b. 17 October 1866, d. 5 November 1947
     Charles Walter Gillidett married Minnie Boatright, daughter of Bolden Boatright and Nellie Patton.2 Charles Walter Gillidett was born on 17 October 1866 at Iowa.3,4,1 He was the son of Miles Sherman Gillidette and Mary J. Rathbone.3 Charles Walter Gillidett died on 5 November 1947 at Placer, California, at age 81.5,6
     Charles Walter Gillidett was also known as Charles Walter Gilladette.

Children of Charles Walter Gillidett and Minnie Boatright

Citations

  1. [S290] John C. Cooley, Rathbone Genealogy.
  2. [S289] Secretary of the Kansas State Historical Society William E. Connelley, A Standard History of Kansas and Kansans.
  3. [S84] 1880 Census.
  4. [S24] 1900 Census.
  5. [S292] Macon County Missour Cemeteries Vol I Part II, online Ancestry.com, Edgewood Cemetery Chillicothe, Missouri Volume I - Part II

    Name: Charles W. Gillidette
    Birth Date: 1866
    Death Date: 1947
    Cemetery: St. Mary
    Description: Located in Macon, Missouri.
  6. [S139] Unknown name of person, California Death Index, Charles W Gillidette
    Social Security #:      0
    Sex:      MALE
    Birth Date:      17 Oct 1866
    Birthplace:      Iowa
    Death Date:      5 Nov 1947
    Death Place:      Placer
    Mother's Maiden Name:      Rathbone
    FATHER'S SURNAME:      Gillidette.

Emma Gillidette1

F, b. 26 September 1872
     Emma Gillidette was born on 26 September 1872 at Missouri.1,2 She was the daughter of Miles Sherman Gillidette and Mary J. Rathbone.1

Child of Emma Gillidette

Citations

  1. [S84] 1880 Census.
  2. [S290] John C. Cooley, Rathbone Genealogy.

William Gillidette1

M, d. between 1842 and 1846
     William Gillidette was born at Delaware, New York.1 He married Rebecca Halleck circa 1840. William Gillidette died between 1842 and 1846 at Dutchess, New York.

Child of William Gillidette and Rebecca Halleck

Citations

  1. [S289] Secretary of the Kansas State Historical Society William E. Connelley, A Standard History of Kansas and Kansans.

Rebecca Halleck

F, b. circa 1822
     Rebecca Halleck was born circa 1822 at New York.1 She married William Gillidette circa 1840. Rebecca Halleck married William Small circa 1847.1

Child of Rebecca Halleck and William Gillidette

Citations

  1. [S69] 1850 Census.

Gideon Rathbone

M
     Gideon Rathbone married Eliza Howell.

Child of Gideon Rathbone and Eliza Howell