Leroy Black1

M, b. circa 1878
     Leroy Black, son of Wellington Pinkham Black and Lucinda Johnson, was born circa 1878 at Maine.1

Census

     Leroy Black appeared on the 1880 Federal Census of Brewer, Penobscot, Maine in the household of his parents, Wellington Pinkham Black and Lucinda.2
Last Edited=26 Dec 2011

Citations

  1. [S3] 1880 Federal Census, [database on-line], Provo, Utah, Brewer, Maine, Page 34, line 6.
  2. [S3] 1880 Federal Census, [database on-line], Provo, Utah, Brewer, Maine, Page 34, line 1 thru 6.

Traci Lyn Van Dyke

F, b. 10 November 1965
Relationships
Daughter of Dianne Elizabeth Smith
Niece of Ellen June Smith
     Traci Lyn Van Dyke, daughter of John William Van Dyke and Dianne Elizabeth Smith, was born on 10 November 1965 at Bangor, Penobscot, Maine.

     Rhonda and Traci lived with their parents, John and Dianne, circa May 1966, at 3rd Avenue, Floyd, New York. The mobile home park provided a real bit of separation. It had small bushes dividing the lots; We packed up the babies, driving a 1960 Ford Station Wagon and headed to New York. After a short stay at Griffis Air Force Base, in temporary base housing, (awaiting for the arrival of our new mobile home), we settled in Green Masions Trailer Park.1

     Rhonda and Traci lived with their Mom, Dianne circa June 1967, at River Road, Sidney, Maine. Their Dad, was serving a one year remote tour at Keflavik, Iceland; No one told us anything was going to be easy. Our trailer we had in New York was moved to Maine. For John, in addition to working on the flight line, he had a parttime job, cleaning work offices at Keflevik.1

     Rhonda and Traci traveled with their Dad and Mom, in May 1968, in their thoughts, (316 Texas Avenue, Victorville, San Bernardino, California) on their minds; The start of the trip was great. However, as we got to middle America, then on toward Southwest, we knew what we were missing without air conditioning in the car.1

     Rhonda, Traci and Karen traveled with their Dad and Mom, in May 1970, in their thoughts, (Bangor, Maine) on their minds; John received military orders to Udorn, Thailand. His tour was remote for one year.1

     Rhonda, Traci and Karen traveled with their Dad and Mom, in June 1971, in their thoughts, (Las Vegas, Nevada) on their minds. Traci was attending J E Manch Elementary School; To express the excitement is difficult. After a short stay in temporary lodging, we were assigned residence.1

     Rhonda, Traci and Karen traveled with the rest of the family, heading in November 1975, to Portsmouth, New Hampshire; The weather from Las Vegas was great. However, the first night's stop, Flagstaff, Arizona, became a disaster. Prior to arrival, it snowed 12 inches. The next morning, the temperature was close to ZERO, plus another 12 inches of snow. Our car cooling system was not treated with enough antifreeze. The wakeup and thought of early departure was gone. It was about one o'clock in the afternoon, when the area warmed up and the car thawed were we able to proceed.1 Traci and Karen traveled with their parents, John and Dianne in December 1978, to Offutt Air Force Base, Omaha, Nebraska. After arrival, the temperature dropped to ZERO as a high for the days ahead; It was a difficult decision to make. It was two years prior, we moved into our first home located in the woods of Wells, Maine. The sound of wind whistling through the trees was so relaxing.
Well, John had to provide the answer whether he would accept the assignment within seven days. It took seven days to decide!
So, in our green 1970 Ford Station Wagon, and a 1968 VW Squareback in tow, we headed off. Traveling was good on I-80 until we got to Davenport, Iowa. The weather was freezing rain. It took us all day to travel about 170 miles. We arrived at Omaha, 31 Dec 1978.1 Traci and Karen traveled with their parents, John and Dianne in 1981 at Sacramento Air Logistics Center, Sacramento, Sacramento, California; The travel from Omaha, Nabraska to Sacramento was joyful. Again, we had the 1968 VW Squareback in tow. We stopped at many places along the way. We took Interstate 80 all the way. It took an entire day of driving and we were still in Nebraska. Our travel took us across the salt flats in Utah.
The first town in Nevada, Dianne had to try out the slot machines at a local casino. Then, through Donar Pass and onward to Sacramento.2 In July 1985,Traci Lyn Van Dyke, and her son, Josh, packed up and traveled with her parents, John and Dianne,back to Maine; Our departure from JFK International airport was uneventful. The flight departed early evening and arrived at London, Heathrow about 5 A. M. Dianne being a diabetic and needing something to eat, she ordered a "English" breakfast at the airport. On a plate was one fried egg, one English-style sausage, half a tomato, (fried until brown), baked beans, one slice of fried bread (a slice of white bread fried in oil, probably the oil used to cook the bacon). As hungry she was, the look on her face was priceless when the plate was presented!
Next came,"How are we going to get to Fairford. Usually, a sponsor would pick people up at the airport. This didn't happen, we fended for ourselves. Ah, let's take a train. We loaded the baggage and we are traveling, by train, to Swindon. Upon arrival at the Swindon train station, stepping outside with baggage, just in time for Karen to receive "pigeon poop" on her head and baggage.
We then flagged a taxi for the final leg to Fairford. The taxi cab was small, the amount of baggage allot, the driver used rope to hold the baggage to the outside of the vehicle. A sight to see, for sure.2
Last Edited=25 Jan 2015

Child of Traci Lyn Van Dyke

Children of Traci Lyn Van Dyke

Citations

  1. [S6] Family Data Collection - Individual Records, Family information.
  2. [S6] Family Data Collection - Individual Records, Recalled by compiler.
  3. [S6] Family Data Collection - Individual Records, Information form family members.

Karen Louise Van Dyke

F, b. 22 January 1969
Relationships
Daughter of Dianne Elizabeth Smith
Niece of Ellen June Smith
     Karen Louise Van Dyke, daughter of John William Van Dyke and Dianne Elizabeth Smith, was born on 22 January 1969 at Victorville, San Bernardino, California.

     Rhonda, Traci and Karen traveled with their Dad and Mom, in May 1970, in their thoughts, (Bangor, Maine) on their minds; John received military orders to Udorn, Thailand. His tour was remote for one year.1

     Rhonda, Traci and Karen traveled with their Dad and Mom, in June 1971, in their thoughts, (Las Vegas, Nevada) on their minds. Karen, just started J E Manch School; To express the excitement is difficult. After a short stay in temporary lodging, we were assigned residence.1

     Rhonda, Traci and Karen traveled with the rest of the family, heading in November 1975, to Portsmouth, New Hampshire; The weather from Las Vegas was great. However, the first night's stop, Flagstaff, Arizona, became a disaster. Prior to arrival, it snowed 12 inches. The next morning, the temperature was close to ZERO, plus another 12 inches of snow. Our car cooling system was not treated with enough antifreeze. The wakeup and thought of early departure was gone. It was about one o'clock in the afternoon, when the area warmed up and the car thawed were we able to proceed.1 Traci and Karen traveled with their parents, John and Dianne in December 1978, to Offutt Air Force Base, Omaha, Nebraska. After arrival, the temperature dropped to ZERO as a high for the days ahead; It was a difficult decision to make. It was two years prior, we moved into our first home located in the woods of Wells, Maine. The sound of wind whistling through the trees was so relaxing.
Well, John had to provide the answer whether he would accept the assignment within seven days. It took seven days to decide!
So, in our green 1970 Ford Station Wagon, and a 1968 VW Squareback in tow, we headed off. Traveling was good on I-80 until we got to Davenport, Iowa. The weather was freezing rain. It took us all day to travel about 170 miles. We arrived at Omaha, 31 Dec 1978.1 Traci and Karen traveled with their parents, John and Dianne in 1981 at Sacramento Air Logistics Center, Sacramento, Sacramento, California; The travel from Omaha, Nabraska to Sacramento was joyful. Again, we had the 1968 VW Squareback in tow. We stopped at many places along the way. We took Interstate 80 all the way. It took an entire day of driving and we were still in Nebraska. Our travel took us across the salt flats in Utah.
The first town in Nevada, Dianne had to try out the slot machines at a local casino. Then, through Donar Pass and onward to Sacramento.2 Karen, with thoughts of leaving many friends behind at Center Joint High School, prepared for the trip. Just in luck, she received her drivers license; Our departure from JFK International airport was uneventful. The flight departed early evening and arrived at London, Heathrow about 5 A. M. Dianne being a diabetic and needing something to eat, she ordered a "English" breakfast at the airport. On a plate was one fried egg, one English-style sausage, half a tomato, (fried until brown), baked beans, one slice of fried bread (a slice of white bread fried in oil, probably the oil used to cook the bacon). As hungry she was, the look on her face was priceless when the plate was presented!
Next came,"How are we going to get to Fairford. Usually, a sponsor would pick people up at the airport. This didn't happen, we fended for ourselves. Ah, let's take a train. We loaded the baggage and we are traveling, by train, to Swindon. Upon arrival at the Swindon train station, stepping outside with baggage, just in time for Karen to receive "pigeon poop" on her head and baggage.
We then flagged a taxi for the final leg to Fairford. The taxi cab was small, the amount of baggage allot, the driver used rope to hold the baggage to the outside of the vehicle. A sight to see, for sure.2
Last Edited=25 Jan 2015

Citations

  1. [S6] Family Data Collection - Individual Records, Family information.
  2. [S6] Family Data Collection - Individual Records, Recalled by compiler.

Henry W. Horn1

M, b. circa 1857
Relationships
1st cousin 4 times removed of Dianne Elizabeth Smith
1st cousin 4 times removed of Ellen June Smith
     Henry W. Horn, son of Spencer Horn and Sally (Sarah) R. Kenney, was born circa 1857 at Maine.1
Last Edited=15 Jan 2012

Citations

  1. [S3] 1880 Federal Census, [database on-line], Provo, Utah, Dover, Maine, Page 6 line 28.

Lon Anderson1

M
     Lon Anderson was born at Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada.1
Last Edited=16 Jan 2012

Child of Lon Anderson

Citations

  1. [S21] Ancestry Web Site, online http://www.ancestry.com, Copy of Record of Death, of dqaughter, Margaret.

Georgianna Harris1

F, b. circa 1851
     Georgianna Harris, daughter of Israel T. Harris and Margaret Anderson, was born circa 1851 at Maine.1

Census

     Georgianna Harris appeared on the 1860 Federal Census in the household of her parents, Israel and Margaret of Eastport, Washington, Maine.2
Last Edited=16 Jan 2012

Citations

  1. [S85] 1860 Federal Census, [database on-line], Provo, Utah, Eastport, Maine, Page 85, line 24.
  2. [S85] 1860 Federal Census, [database on-line], Provo, Utah, Eastport, Maine, Page 85, line 22 thru 25.

Charles F. Harris1

M, b. circa 1858, d. 11 August 1863
Charles F. Harris, son of Israel T and Margaret Harris
     Charles F. Harris, son of Israel T. Harris and Margaret Anderson, was born circa 1858 at Maine.1

     Charles F. Harris died on 11 August 1863.2

     Charles F. Harris was buried at Eastport, Washington, Maine, Hillside Cemetery.2

Census

     Charles F. Harris appeared on the 1860 Federal Census in the household of his parents, Israel and Margaret of Eastport, Washington, Maine.3
Last Edited=30 Mar 2017

Citations

  1. [S85] 1860 Federal Census, [database on-line], Provo, Utah, Eastport, Maine, Page 85, line 25.
  2. [S171] Find A Grave web site, online http://www.findagrave.com, Find A Grave Memorial# 116814034.
  3. [S85] 1860 Federal Census, [database on-line], Provo, Utah, Eastport, Maine, Page 85, line 22 thru 25.

William E. Harris1

M, b. circa 1860
     William E. Harris, son of Israel T. Harris and Margaret Anderson, was born circa 1860 at Maine.1

Census

     William E. Harris appeared on the 1880 Federal Census of Eastport, Washington, Maine in the household of his parents, Israel T. Harris and Margaret. William was working on the farm.2
Last Edited=17 Jan 2012

Citations

  1. [S3] 1880 Federal Census, [database on-line], Provo, Utah, Eastport, Maine, Page 39, line 29.
  2. [S3] 1880 Federal Census, [database on-line], Provo, Utah, Eastport, Maine, Page 39, line 27 thru 31.

Bradford Baker1,2

M, b. August 1828, d. 25 March 1912
Bradford Baker, husband of Helen M. Burrill
     Bradford Baker, son of Oliver Baker and Nancy Chalmers, was born in August 1828 at Maine.1,2

     Bradford, married Helen Marr Burrill, daughter of Bela Burrill and Lettice S. Wiggin, before 1857.1

     There were four civil war drafts that included 776,000 individuals in that time. The records contain class, congressional district, county, state, residence, name, age on July 1, 1863, race, profession, married status, birthplace, former military service, and remarks. Bradford was listed on the Draft Log. At the time he was living at Albion, Kennebec, Maine. The month of registration was in June 1863.3

     Bradford Baker died at age 83, on 25 March 1912.4

     Bradford Baker was buried at Shaw Cemetery, Albion, Kennebec, Maine.5

Census

     Bradford Baker appeared on the 1850 Federal Census of Albion, Kennebec, Maine, in the household of his parents, Oliver and Nancy.6

     Bradford and Helen appeared on the 1860 Federal Census of Albion, Kennebec, Maine, enumerated 7 July 1860.. Bradford was listed as a farmer. His real estate valued at $150.00 and personal property at $100.00.. Their children Fred B. and Clara were listed as living with them.7

     Bradford and Helen appeared on the 1870 Federal Census of Albion, Kennebec, Maine, enumerated 11 June 1870. Bradford was listed as a farmer. His real estate valued at $600.00 and personal property at $100.00.. Their children, Fred B. and Clara were listed as living with them.8

     Bradford and Helen appeared on the 1880 Federal Census of Albion, Kennebec, Maine, enumerated 5 June 1880. Bradford was listed as a farmer.. Their children, Fred B. and Clara were listed as living with them.9

     Bradford Baker appeared on the 1900 Federal Census of Albion, Kennebec, Maine in the household of his sister, Susan. At this time, Bradford was listed as a widower. He was working as a farm laborer.10

     Bradford Baker, listed as a boarder, appeared on the 1910 Federal Census of Albion, Kennebec, Maine, in the household of Martha (Wiggin) Burrill.11
Last Edited=8 May 2017

Children of Bradford Baker and Helen Marr Burrill

Citations

  1. [S85] 1860 Federal Census, [database on-line], Provo, Utah, Albion, Maine, Page 32, line 29.
  2. [S86] 1850 Federal Census, [database on-line], Provo, Utah, Albion, Maine, Sheet 565 line 25, 26 and 29.
  3. [S21] Ancestry Web Site, online http://www.ancestry.com, List of People Subject to Military Duty Albion, line 17.
  4. [S14] Name on Headstone Headstone at cemetery, Cemetery Headstones, Various Locations as stated in "Deaths", Inscribed on headstone.
  5. [S171] Find A Grave web site, online http://www.findagrave.com, Find A Grave Memorial# 52346619.
  6. [S86] 1850 Federal Census, [database on-line], Provo, Utah, Albion, Maine, Marked 565 line 25 thru 35.
  7. [S85] 1860 Federal Census, [database on-line], Provo, Utah, Albion, Maine, Page 32, line 29 thru 32.
  8. [S84] 1870 Federal Census, [database on-line], Provo, Utah, Albion, Maine, Page 12, line 9 thru 12.
  9. [S3] 1880 Federal Census, [database on-line], Provo, Utah, Albion, Maine, Page 10 B, line 21 thru 24.
  10. [S4] 1900 Federal Census, [database on-line], Provo, Utah, Albion, Maine, Sheet 1B, line 69 thru 71.
  11. [S87] 1910 Federal Census, [database on-line], Provo, Utah, Albion, Maine, Sheet 3 B, line 80 and 81.
  12. [S85] 1860 Federal Census, [database on-line], Provo, Utah, Albion, Maine, Page 32, line 31.
  13. [S85] 1860 Federal Census, [database on-line], Provo, Utah, Albion, Maine, Page 32, line 32.

Lena Maude Harris1

F, b. circa 1864
     Lena Maude Harris, daughter of Israel T. Harris and Margaret Anderson, was born circa 1864 at Maine.1
Last Edited=17 Jan 2012

Citations

  1. [S3] 1880 Federal Census, [database on-line], Provo, Utah, Eastport, Maine, Page 39, line 31.

Nicholas Newbury1

M, b. circa 1748
     Nicholas Newbury was born circa 1748 at Massachusetts.1

     Nicholas, married Tryphena Trask.2
Last Edited=17 Jan 2012

Child of Nicholas Newbury and Tryphena Trask

Citations

  1. [S21] Ancestry Web Site, online http://www.ancestry.com, American Genealogical-Biographical Index (AGBI)
    about Nicholas Newberry.
  2. [S21] Ancestry Web Site, online http://www.ancestry.com, Ancestry Private pedigree.

Tryphena Trask1

F
     Tryphena, married Nicholas Newbury.1
Last Edited=20 Mar 2012

Child of Tryphena Trask and Nicholas Newbury

Citations

  1. [S21] Ancestry Web Site, online http://www.ancestry.com, Ancestry Private pedigree.

Florence E. Brown1

F, b. circa 1876
     Florence E. Brown, daughter of Vinal H. Brown and Mary "Surname Unknown", was born circa 1876 at Pembroke, Washington, Maine.1

     Florence, married James H. Ramsdell, son of Charles W. Ramsdell and Annie Case, on 25 April 1894 at West Pembroke, Washington, Maine.1
Last Edited=9 Aug 2012

Family: Florence E. Brown and James H. Ramsdell

Citations

  1. [S21] Ancestry Web Site, online http://www.ancestry.com, Copy of Record of Marriage.

Vinal H. Brown1

M
     Vinal H. Brown was born at Pembroke, Washington, Maine.1

     Vinal, married Mary "Surname Unknown".1
Last Edited=17 Jan 2012

Child of Vinal H. Brown and Mary "Surname Unknown"

Citations

  1. [S21] Ancestry Web Site, online http://www.ancestry.com, Copy of Record of Marriage, of daughter, Florence.

Mary "Surname Unknown"1

F
     Mary "Surname Unknown" was born at England.1

     Mary, married Vinal H. Brown.1
Last Edited=17 Jan 2012

Child of Mary "Surname Unknown" and Vinal H. Brown

Citations

  1. [S21] Ancestry Web Site, online http://www.ancestry.com, Copy of Record of Marriage, of daughter, Florence.

Mary Ann Crowther1

F, b. 5 March 1884, d. 23 September 1971
     Mary Ann Crowther, daughter of Timothy Crowther and Sarah Wolbank, was born on 5 March 1884 at Blackburn, England.1

     Mary Ann Crowther was a providing health care assistance to Gertrude May Cross and thereby trying to surpress much anxiety in the Knowlton family and their many friends. She had submitted to a very serious surgical operation. It required a nurse to attend to her. A Miss Annie Crowthers of Dexter, was caring for her. This is all there was stated in the Bangor Daily News on 18 March 1916.2

     Mary, at age 33, married Harrison Ward, son of James Ward and Elizabeth Beers, on 15 October 1917 at Dexter, Penobscot, Maine.3,4

     Mary Ann Crowther died at age 87, on 23 September 1971, at Dexter, Penobscot, Maine.1,5

     Mary's obituary read as follows:
Mrs. Annie Crowther Ward, 87, of Dunedin, Fla., died Sept. 23 at a local Dexter Hospital while in town visiting friends. She was born March 5, 1884 at Blackburn England, the daughter of Timothy and Sarah (Wallbank) Crowther. She attended Dexter schools. She was a registered nurse and a member of the former Dexter Congregational Church. Survivors are one daughter, Mrs. Philip Mayo of Dunedin, Fla., with whom she lived; one sister, Mrs. Christabel Folsom of St. Petersburg, Fla.
Services were held Saturday at the Crosby Funeral Home, Dexter, with the Rev. Robert W. Sterling of the First Universalist Church officiating. Burial was in Mt. Pleasant Cemetery, Dexter.6

Census

     Mary and Harrison appeared on the 1920 Federal Census of Dexter, Penobscot, Maine, enumerated 13 January 1920. Harrison was working in a machine shop as a machinist.. Their children, Eleanor were listed as living with them.7
Last Edited=9 Mar 2017

Child of Mary Ann Crowther and Harrison Ward

Citations

  1. [S241] Abbott MMemorial Library, online http://www.abbott-library.com/obitindex.html, The Eastern Gazette 9-30-1971, p.8.
  2. [S13] Bangor Daily News, "Obituary", BDN dtd 20 Mar 1916, Located on page 15.
  3. [S12] Maine State Archives: Certificate Number:
    Bride Name: Crowther Mary A.; Bride Town/State: Dexter, ME
    Groom Name: Ward Harrison; Groom Town/State: Dexter, ME
    Date of Marriage: Monday October 15, 1917.
  4. [S21] Ancestry Web Site, online http://www.ancestry.com, Copy of Record of Marriage.
  5. [S12] Maine State Archives: Certificate Number: 7107601
    Last Name: Ward; First Name: Mary; Middle Name: A
    Date of Death: Thursday, September 23, 1971
    Town of Death: Dexter
    Age at Death: 87 Years.
  6. [S241] Abbott MMemorial Library, online http://www.abbott-library.com/obitindex.html, The Eastern Gazette Sept 30,1971, p.8.
  7. [S5] 1920 Federal Census, [database on-line], Provo, Utah, Dexter, Maine, Sheet 12A, line 26 thru 28.
  8. [S5] 1920 Federal Census, [database on-line], Provo, Utah, Dexter, Maine, Sheet 12A, line 28.

Harrison Ward1

M, b. circa 1894
     Harrison Ward, son of James Ward and Elizabeth Beers, was born circa 1894 at New Brunswick, Canada.2

     Harrison, married Mary Ann Crowther at age 33, daughter of Timothy Crowther and Sarah Wolbank, on 15 October 1917 at Dexter, Penobscot, Maine.1,2

Census

     Harrison and Mary appeared on the 1920 Federal Census of Dexter, Penobscot, Maine, enumerated 13 January 1920. Harrison was working in a machine shop as a machinist.. Their children, Eleanor were listed as living with them.3
Last Edited=9 Aug 2012

Child of Harrison Ward and Mary Ann Crowther

Citations

  1. [S12] Maine State Archives: Certificate Number:
    Bride Name: Crowther Mary A.; Bride Town/State: Dexter, ME
    Groom Name: Ward Harrison; Groom Town/State: Dexter, ME
    Date of Marriage: Monday October 15, 1917.
  2. [S21] Ancestry Web Site, online http://www.ancestry.com, Copy of Record of Marriage.
  3. [S5] 1920 Federal Census, [database on-line], Provo, Utah, Dexter, Maine, Sheet 12A, line 26 thru 28.
  4. [S5] 1920 Federal Census, [database on-line], Provo, Utah, Dexter, Maine, Sheet 12A, line 28.

Eleanor Ward1

F, b. 26 September 1918
     Eleanor Ward, daughter of Harrison Ward and Mary Ann Crowther, was born on 26 September 1918 at Dexter, Penobscot, Maine.2

Census

     Eleanor Ward appeared on the 1920 Federal Census, enumerated 13 January 1920, in the household of her parents, Harrison and Mary of Dexter, Penobscot, Maine.3
Last Edited=9 Aug 2012

Citations

  1. [S5] 1920 Federal Census, [database on-line], Provo, Utah, Dexter, Maine, Sheet 12A, line 28.
  2. [S21] Ancestry Web Site, online http://www.ancestry.com, Copy of Birth Record.
  3. [S5] 1920 Federal Census, [database on-line], Provo, Utah, Dexter, Maine, Sheet 12A, line 26 thru 28.

James Ward1

M
     James Ward was born at New Brunswick, Canada.1

     James, married Elizabeth Beers.1
Last Edited=23 Jan 2012

Child of James Ward and Elizabeth Beers

Citations

  1. [S21] Ancestry Web Site, online http://www.ancestry.com, Copy of Record of Marriage, of son, Harrison.

Elizabeth Beers1

F
     Elizabeth, married James Ward.1
     Elizabeth Beers was born at New Brunswick, Canada.1
Last Edited=23 Jan 2012

Child of Elizabeth Beers and James Ward

Citations

  1. [S21] Ancestry Web Site, online http://www.ancestry.com, Copy of Record of Marriage, of son, Harrison.

Sarah Wolbank1

F
     Sarah Wolbank was born at England.1

     Sarah, married Timothy Crowther.1
Last Edited=23 Jan 2012

Child of Sarah Wolbank and Timothy Crowther

Citations

  1. [S21] Ancestry Web Site, online http://www.ancestry.com, Copy of Record of Marriage, of daughter, Mary Ann.

Timothy Crowther1

M
     Timothy Crowther was born at England.1

     Timothy, married Sarah Wolbank.1
Last Edited=23 Jan 2012

Child of Timothy Crowther and Sarah Wolbank

Citations

  1. [S21] Ancestry Web Site, online http://www.ancestry.com, Copy of Record of Marriage, of daughter, Mary Ann.

Philip Tomah

M, b. 8 February 1981
Relationships
Grandson of Dianne Elizabeth Smith
Grandnephew of Ellen June Smith
     Philip Tomah, son of Rhonda Lee Van Dyke, was born on 8 February 1981.
Last Edited=25 Jan 2015

Fred B. Baker1

M, b. 27 September 1857, d. 26 October 1913
Relationships
2nd cousin 3 times removed of Dianne Elizabeth Smith
2nd cousin 3 times removed of Ellen June Smith
Fred B. Baker, husband of Stella M. Harris
     Fred B. Baker, son of Bradford Baker and Helen Marr Burrill, was born on 27 September 1857 at Albion, Kennebec, Maine.1,2,3

     Fred, at age 33, married Stella M. Harris at age 19 on 23 August 1891 at Albion, Kennebec, Maine, by W. W. Washburn, Justice of the Peace.4,5

     Fred B. Baker died at age 56, on 26 October 1913, at Albion, Kennebec, Maine. His cause of death was listed as cancer of rectum.2,3

     Fred B. Baker was buried at Shaw Cemetery, Albion, Kennebec, Maine.2

Census

     Fred B. Baker appeared on the 1860 Federal Census in the household of his parents, Bradford and Helen of Albion, Kennebec, Maine.6

     Fred B. Baker appeared on the 1870 Federal Census of Albion, Kennebec, Maine, in the household of his parents, Bradford and Helen.7

     Fred B. Baker appeared on the 1880 Federal Census of Albion, Kennebec, Maine in the household of his parents, Bradford Baker and Helen. Fred was listed as a laborer.8

     Fred and Stella appeared on the 1900 Federal Census of Albion, Kennebec, Maine, enumerated 2 June 1900 Fred was working as a farmer...9

     Fred and Stella appeared on the 1910 Federal Census of Albion, Kennebec, Maine, enumerated 1910. Fred was listed as a farmer.4
Last Edited=7 May 2017

Family: Fred B. Baker and Stella M. Harris

Citations

  1. [S85] 1860 Federal Census, [database on-line], Provo, Utah, Albion, Maine, Page 32, line 31.
  2. [S171] Find A Grave web site, online http://www.findagrave.com, Find A Grave Memorial# 52346836.
  3. [S21] Ancestry Web Site, online http://www.ancestry.com, Copy of Death Record.
  4. [S87] 1910 Federal Census, [database on-line], Provo, Utah, Albion, Maine, Sheet 3B, line 82 and 83.
  5. [S21] Ancestry Web Site, online http://www.ancestry.com, Copy of Marriage Record.
  6. [S85] 1860 Federal Census, [database on-line], Provo, Utah, Albion, Maine, Page 32, line 29 thru 32.
  7. [S84] 1870 Federal Census, [database on-line], Provo, Utah, Albion, Maine, Page 12, line 9 thru 12.
  8. [S3] 1880 Federal Census, [database on-line], Provo, Utah, Albion, Maine, Page 10 B, line 21 thru 24.
  9. [S4] 1900 Federal Census, [database on-line], Provo, Utah, Albion, Maine, Sheet 1 B, line 89 and 90.

Joshua Allen Van Dyke1

M, b. 9 May 1985, d. 2 March 2012
Relationships
Grandson of Dianne Elizabeth Smith
Grandnephew of Ellen June Smith
Joshua A. Van Dyke
     Joshua Allen Van Dyke, son of Traci Lyn Van Dyke, was born on 9 May 1985 at Sacramento, Sacramento, California.1

     Joshua Allen Van Dyke died at age 26, on 2 March 2012, at Sanford, York, Maine.1

     Joshua's obituary read as follows: [:HTML:]

WELLS, Maine — Joshua Allen Van Dyke, 26, of Wells, died unexpected in Sanford on Friday, March 2, 2012.


He was born in Sacramento, Calif. on May 9, 1985, but was a longtime resident of Wells, graduating from Wells High School in 2003.


He is survived by his family, Traci, Brian, Lara and Morgan Miller; his adoring grandfather, John Van Dyke and his wife Bonnie; his aunts, Rhonda Tomah and her husband Harry and Karen Van Dyke and her wife Renee; and lastly his cousins, Philip and Ashley Tomah.


He was predeceased by his loving grandmother, Dianne Van Dyke (Nana).


Joshua was a kind and loving young man. His generosity knew no boundaries. He was a loyal friend and would help anyone in need. He enjoyed life to the fullest and was always quick with a smile or a laugh. The number of lives he affected in his short life is a testament to his true nature, a sweeter soul would be difficult to find.


Joshua loved hanging out with family and friends, driving, listening to music and dancing. He knew how to enjoy his free time. He had recently made plans with his best friend, Dickie Hudon, to move to California. In the end, Dickie was right there with him, and in this, the family finds comfort.


Friends and family are invited to a celebration of Joshua's life to be held on Saturday, March 10, 2012 at 2 p.m. at Connect Community Church, 200 Chase Dr. Portsmouth, N.H.


Those planning an expression of sympathy are asked to consider a contribution to Joshua's mom, Traci Miller, 89 Minuteman Drive, Wells, Maine 04090, to help her defray expenses.


Arrangements are under the direction of the Carll-Heald & Black Funeral Home, 580 Main Street, Springvale. Condolences may be expressed at www.blackfuneralhomes.com. There are also many Facebook pages dedicated to remembering him.2
Last Edited=9 Mar 2017

Citations

  1. [S6] Family Data Collection - Individual Records, Information form family members.
  2. [S244] Foster's Daily Democrat, 8 March 2012, Online posting, Online posting.

Lara S. Miller1

F, b. 15 February 1992
Relationships
Granddaughter of Dianne Elizabeth Smith
Grandniece of Ellen June Smith
     Lara S. Miller, daughter of Traci Lyn Van Dyke, was born on 15 February 1992.1
Last Edited=25 Jan 2015

Citations

  1. [S6] Family Data Collection - Individual Records, Family information.

Morgan Miller1

M, b. 25 June 1994
Relationships
Grandson of Dianne Elizabeth Smith
Grandnephew of Ellen June Smith
     Morgan Miller, son of Traci Lyn Van Dyke, was born on 25 June 1994 at Maine.1
Last Edited=25 Jan 2015

Citations

  1. [S6] Family Data Collection - Individual Records, Family information.

Ashley Tomah1

F, b. 7 February 1989
Relationships
Granddaughter of Dianne Elizabeth Smith
Grandniece of Ellen June Smith
     Ashley Tomah, daughter of Rhonda Lee Van Dyke, was born on 7 February 1989 at Maine.1
Last Edited=25 Jan 2015

Citations

  1. [S6] Family Data Collection - Individual Records, Family information.

Clara Baker1

F, b. circa 1858
Relationships
2nd cousin 3 times removed of Dianne Elizabeth Smith
2nd cousin 3 times removed of Ellen June Smith
     Clara Baker, daughter of Bradford Baker and Helen Marr Burrill, was born circa 1858 at Maine.1

     Clara, married Ellis Randell on 25 October 1881 at North Eastern, Massachusetts.2

Census

     Clara Baker appeared on the 1860 Federal Census in the household of her parents, Bradford and Helen of Albion, Kennebec, Maine.3

     Clara Baker appeared on the 1870 Federal Census of Albion, Kennebec, Maine, in the household of her parents, Bradford and Helen.4

     Clara Baker appeared on the 1880 Federal Census of Albion, Kennebec, Maine in the household of her parents, Bradford Baker and Helen. Clara was working in a shop.5

     Clara Baker appeared on the 1880 Federal Census of Foxborough, Norfolk, Massachusetts, in the household of uncle, Rufus Henry Baker and his wife, Ida Augusta Leighton. She was working in a straw hat shop.6
Last Edited=8 Jan 2014

Family: Clara Baker and Ellis Randell

Citations

  1. [S85] 1860 Federal Census, [database on-line], Provo, Utah, Albion, Maine, Page 32, line 32.
  2. [S21] Ancestry Web Site, online http://www.ancestry.com, Copy of Record of Marriage.
  3. [S85] 1860 Federal Census, [database on-line], Provo, Utah, Albion, Maine, Page 32, line 29 thru 32.
  4. [S84] 1870 Federal Census, [database on-line], Provo, Utah, Albion, Maine, Page 12, line 9 thru 12.
  5. [S3] 1880 Federal Census, [database on-line], Provo, Utah, Albion, Maine, Page 10 B, line 21 thru 24.
  6. [S3] 1880 Federal Census, [database on-line], Provo, Utah, Foxborough, Massachusetts, Page 53, line 12 thru 17.

Charles W. Burrill1

M, b. circa 1856, d. 10 October 1899
Relationships
1st cousin 3 times removed of Dianne Elizabeth Smith
1st cousin 3 times removed of Ellen June Smith
     Charles W. Burrill, son of Zebah Washburn Burrill and Elsie T. Gray, was born circa 1856 at Maine.1

     Charles W. Burrill died on 10 October 1899.1

Census

     Charles W. Burrill appeared on the 1870 Federal Census of Orland, Hancock, Maine, in the household of his parents, Zebah and Elsie.2
Last Edited=27 Jan 2014

Citations

  1. [S84] 1870 Federal Census, [database on-line], Provo, Utah, Orland, Maine, Page 37, line 26.
  2. [S84] 1870 Federal Census, [database on-line], Provo, Utah, Orland, Maine, Page 37 line 34 thru 29.
 
Compilers: John and Dianne Van Dyke: John and Dianne Van Dyke