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Descendants of Joseph Billiter and Elizabeth Fuller fl Maryland Colony 1671-1687

Ninth Generation

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573. Elmer Lee Hauser (Lee Wilson Hauser , Wilson Hauser , Susannah Mary Hauser , Leah Billiter , Edward B , Edward , Edward , Joseph ).

Elmer married Julia Comer. Julia was born on 26 Jul 1908 in Virginia. She died on 15 Jan 1996 in Fayetteville, Cumberland Co., North Carolina.

They had the following children.

+ 1091 M i Lee Wilson I Hauser.
+ 1092 M ii Samuel Franklin I Hauser.

575. James Theodore Hooser (James Wilson Hooser , Jonathan David Hauser\Hooser , Susannah Mary Hauser , Leah Billiter , Edward B , Edward , Edward , Joseph ) was born on 15 Jan 1871 in Litchfield, Meeker Co, Minnesota.

James's mother, Felena Stratton died, when he was 9 years of age.
He was raised on the reservation by Chief Iron Heart's daughter who was
married to theTrading Post Operator.
They Indians called James "Mackeway Jim" -  translation being -
"Little boy make big noise"  Apparently Jim Theodore had gas problems.
His dad was called "Machway Cha Michaman" - translation being - "Bear
White Man"  Apparently he had killed a bear.
Naturalized in 1925 in Portland, Oregon and worked in the lumber
industry much of his life.
James F. HOOSER Household
Male   From 1880 minnesota census and should read James T. Hooser
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Other Information:
Birth Year <1872>
Birthplace MN
Age 8
Occupation At School
Marital Status S
Race W
Head ofHousehold James W. HOOSER
Relation Son
Father's Birthplace IN
Mother'sBirthplace WI
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Source Information:
Census Place Litchfield, Meeker, Minnesota
Family History Library Film 1254626
NA Film Number T9-0626
PageNumber 283A

James married Sybil May Hoosier, daughter of Charles Albert Hooser and Jessie Irene Maine, on 12 Aug 1901 in Long Prairie, Todd Co, Minnesota. Sybil was born on 12 Mar 1882 in Winnebago, Blue Earth Co, Minnesota. She died on 21 Jul 1914 in Park Rapids, Hubbard Co, Minnesota. She was buried on 24 Jul 1914 in Greenwood Cemetary, Park Rapids, Hubbard Co, Minnesota.

Cause of Death: "dropsy" died in child birth
Died in child birth, throwback baby was black.  It is thought that Sarah
Bartlett was half,quarter or eighth black heritage.
She carried mail by buggy from Salk Centre to Park Rapids before she was
married and the first woman to do so in this area.

Marriage Notes:

Custom Field:<_FA#> second half cousins
information provided for by granddaughter Marlene Hooser Ninteman

James and Sybil had the following children.

  1093 F i Jessie Hooser.
  1094 F ii Vesta Hooser.
+ 1095 M iii Guy Clifford Hooser was born on 29 Jan 1903. He died in Apr 1971.
+ 1096 F iv Olive Irene Hooser was born on 28 Jul 1904. She died on 9 Jun 1981.
+ 1097 M v "Richard" Donald Victor Hooser was born on 28 Jul 1906. He died on 23 Jun 1943.
  1098 M vi Wesley James Hooser was born on 7 Apr 1908 in 40 miles from Stettler, Alberta, Canada. He died in 1959.

Alias: heart /attack/
        Wesley married Esther Engelson in 1940.

James also married Georgia May Maynard in Aft. 1914. Georgia died in At age 61.

Marriage Notes:

Georgia had James Theodore put into a "reformatory" as he was incoragable

576. Arthur Horace Hooser (James Wilson Hooser , Jonathan David Hauser\Hooser , Susannah Mary Hauser , Leah Billiter , Edward B , Edward , Edward , Joseph ) was born on 25 Aug 1875 in Litchfield, Meeker Co, Minnesota. He died in Jun 1939 in Great Falls, Cascade Co, Montana. He was buried in New Highland Cemetery, Cascade Co, Montana.

Arthur H. HOOSER Household 1880 Minnesota census
Male
Other Information:
Birth Year <1878>
Birthplace MN
Age 2
Occupation
Marital Status S
Race W
Head of Household James W. HOOSER
Relation Son
Father's Birthplace IN
Mother's Birthplace WI
Source Information:
Census Place Litchfield, Meeker, Minnesota
Family History Library Film 1254626
NA Film Number T9-0626
Page Number 283A

Arthur married Lucretia Maria Lemon on 21 Nov 1900 in Akeley, Minnesota. Lucretia was born on 27 May 1883 in Deerfield Township, Chickasaw Twp., Iowa. She died on 24 May 1947 in Great Falls, Cascasde Co, Montana. She was buried in New Highland Cemetery, Cascade Co, Montana.

They had the following children.

+ 1099 F i Doris Jesse Hooser was born on 20 Dec 1902. She died in Apr 1986.
+ 1100 F ii Goldie Mable Hooser was born on 27 Aug 1907. She died in Jul 1970.
+ 1101 F iii Lucile Arthur Hooser.

579. Daisy May Fletcher (Mary E. Hooser , Jonathan David Hauser\Hooser , Susannah Mary Hauser , Leah Billiter , Edward B , Edward , Edward , Joseph ) was born on 20 Sep 1875 in Belgrade, Nicollet Co, Minnesota. She died on 11 Feb 1907 in Belgrade, Nicollet Co, Minnesota. She was buried on 13 Feb 1907 in Kerns Oak Grove Cemetery, Belgrade, Nicollett Co, Minnesota.

Cause of Death: Consumption
Custom Field:<_FA#> lived in Salt Lake CityUtah for a time
Lived in Salt Lake City, Utah at the time of her mothers deathin 1904
Marriage 29 Aug 1901, Kerns, Belgrade, Nicollet, Minnesota143
Children: Grant W. (1904-1964)
Medical Notes for Daisy May Fletcher
The cause ofdeath was "quick consumption." The attending physician was
Dr. Peter Follmanof Mankato, Minnesota. The undertakers were Jno. Klein
& Co., Mankato, Minnesota.
Misc. Notes
Nicollet Leader, 16 February 1907:
" Mrs. Guy Trask, ageabout 30 years, died Monday morning at the
residence of her father Geo. Fletcher, near Kerns, of quick consumption.
She was married 5 years ago to Mr. Trask, who besides one one son 2 years
old, survive her. The funeral was held from the Kerns Congregational
church on Wed. afternoon. The bereaved relativeshave the sympathy of all
their friends." 33
Her headstone reads "Daisy M. Trask".
Research
1885 Minn. census, Nicollet Co., p. 4 [LDS FHL microfilm 565747]
1895 Minn. census, Nicollet Co., p. 126 [LDS FHL microfilm 565791]
Notes for Guy Homer (Spouse 1)
There is some confusion in the Nicollet Co. birthrecords. They don't
show Guy's birth but do have a female child born 22 Sep1875. I wonder if
there might have been a female child who died at birth?
The marriage to Daisy was performed by Rev. Rufus P. Upton and the
witnesses were Randall Hobart, his sister Lucy's husband, and Sadie
Fletcher.
His headstone reads "Guy H. Trask, 1874-1943."
Research
1875 Minn. census, Nicollet Co., Minnesota, p. 15 [LDS FHL microfilm
565725]
1880 U.S. census, Nicollet Co., Minnesota, r. 627, p. 127C
1885 Minn. census, Nicollet Co., p. 8 [LDS FHLmicrofilm 565747]
1895 Minn. census, Nicollet Co., p. 124 [LDS FHL microfilm 565791]
Daisy FLETCHER Household 1880 Minnesota Census
Female
Other Information:
Birth Year <1876>
Birthplace MN
Age 4
Occupation
MaritalStatus S
Race W
Head of Household Geo. FLETCHER
Relation Dau
Father's Birthplace NY
Mother's Birthplace IN
Source Information:
Census Place Belgrade, Nicollet, Minnesota
Family History Library Film 1254627
NA Film Number T9-0627
Page Number 127D

Daisy married Guy Homer Trask on 29 Aug 1901 in Kerns / Belgrade, Nicollet Co, Minnesota. Guy was born on 13 Apr 1874 in Kerns / Belgrade, Nicollet Co, Minnesota. He died on 21 Dec 1943 in Minnesota. He was buried in Kerns Oak Grove Cemetery, Belgrade, Nicollet Co, Minnesota.

Guy was employed as in Farmer. He joined religion in Methodist.

GRANT TRASK
SSN 477-07-7256 Residence:
Born 10 May 1904 Last Benefit:
Died Oct 1964 Issued:  MN (Before 1951)
2nd Wife of Guy Trask Mary E. Budde32,33
Birth 25 Apr 1892, Belgrade, Nicollet, Minnesota144
Death 5 Mar 1971, Nicollet, Minnesota
Burial Kerns Oak Grove Cemetery, Belgrade, Nicollet, Minnesota145
Religion Methodist
Father Frank E. Budde (1865->1913)
Mother Martha Dollmann (1870-)
Marriage 2 Oct 1918
Children: Homer Ira (1925-1975)
Notes for Mary E. Budde
Her headstone reads "Mary E. Trask, 1892-1971."
Research
1885 Minn. census, Nicollet Co., p. 4 [LDS FHL microfilm 565747]
1895 Minn. census, Nicollet Co., p. 127 [LDS FHL microfilm 565791]
1920 U.S. census, Nicollet Co., Minnesota, r.
Notes for Guy Homer (Spouse 1)
There is some confusion in the Nicollet Co. birth records. They don't
show Guy's birth but do have a female child born 22 Sep 1875. I wonder if
there might have beena female child who died at birth?
The marriage to Daisy was performed by Rev.Rufus P. Upton and the
witnesses were Randall Hobart, his sister Lucy's husband, and Sadie
Fletcher.
His headstone reads "Guy H. Trask, 1874-1943."
NOTES TAKEN FROM THE FOLLOWING WEBSITE:
http://users.sisna.com/mhobart/US/LRHobart-LMTrask/wc_toc.htm
Family and Ancestry of Lewis Randall Hobart and Lucy MixTrask
Michael A. Hobart

They had the following children.

  1102 M i Grant W. Trask was born on 10 May 1904 in Salt Lake City, Utah. He died in Oct 1964 in Nebraska.

Name                Birth               Death      Last Residence Last
Benefit        SSN               Issued
GRANT TRASK  10 May 1904 Oct 1964 (not specified)    (none specified)
477-07-7256  Minnesota
----- Original Message -----
From: Mike Hobart
To: Darrell Oakford
Sent: Tuesday, April 16, 2002 11:23 PM
Subject: Re: genealogy
I slightly misremembered things when I sent off the reply.  My Trask
cousins are descended from Guy Trask, but through hissecond wife.  His
first one died in 1907.  You were right, by the way, Grant(Guy's son)
was born in Salt Lake City in the late spring of 1904.   Grant married
many times (5 I think) but did not have any children.  He died in a
Nebraska in an accident in 1964.  I don't think I ever met him, if I had
it would have been when I was pretty young and I certainly don't remember
him.
Regards, Mike Hobart

580. Willard "Bill" Alfred Hoosier (Charles Albert Hooser , Jonathan David Hauser\Hooser , Susannah Mary Hauser , Leah Billiter , Edward B , Edward , Edward , Joseph ) was born on 12 Sep 1878 in Winnebago, Faribault Co, Minnesota. He died on 11 Jun 1960 in Billings, Missoula Co, Montana. He was buried in Mountview Cemetery, Billings, Yellowstone Co, Montana.

Alias: /Bill/
Montana Death Index, 1989-98
NameFather        Mother  Death Date  Age
Death County                  Residence   Marital Status  File Number
HOOSER , WILLARD A  HOOSER11 06 1960   86   MISSOULA
MONTANA , MISSOULA     WIDOWED           301
The following are excerpts from the booklet entitled Marking the 50th
Anniversary of the Founding of Hansboro, North Dakota, June 22, 1955.
Transcribed August, 2000 by:  Mary Lindbo, mlindbo@gateway. net
A HALF CENTURY OF HANSBORO HISTORY - By F. L. Leftwich
It is fitting that as the village of Hansboro prepares to celebrate its
50th anniversary, we pause and review its history.
Hansboro derived its name from U. S. Sen. H. C. Hansborough of North
Dakota.The village came into being in the fall of 1905. When the
railroad arrived here, this was a well settled community. Some of the
pioneers of that time cameas early as 1883 and 1884.
Before the advent of the Great Northern branch line, the settlers traded
and transacted business at Rolla and Cartwright, Manitoba. Thomas L.
Lawson finished surveying the townsite for the Dakota Development Co.
August 30, 1905 and building started in the town, the first
lumber being hauled from Rolla.
F. H. Murdick and James Moylon built a hotel that year. Nelson and Paetow
also erected a hotel and started a much larger one, whichwas never
finished. The Hansboro State Bank started in the fall of 1905 in the
building now occupied by the Friends in Council library and the bank
building was the first on the townsite. Mr. Hannafin was cashier and in
July 1906, C. E. Blackorby and others purchased the bank and Mr.
Blackorby became cashier. The Bank of Hansboro, with B. L. Thomas in
charge, also was opened in 1906.
D. A. Blackburn opened a drugstore in the building later purchased by J.
B. Smith, who started a confectionery store. Mr. and Mrs. Smith have
resided here continuously since 1906. Other pioneer business places and
shops werethe R. L. Boise tin ship, Ed Lakeman's barber shop, Nels
Johnson's and ChrisOrton's meat markets and Jake Rabinovich's
restaurant. Besides these, Wm. Hooser and had a pool room, with the town
hall upstairs. J. R. Wills did some draying and later had the post office
with a store in connection. The pool roomwas later taken over by Frank
Grimes and about 1919 by E. L. Clattubuck.
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Towner County, ND, Hansboro Pioneer Newspaper published March 1, 1906 -
May 31 1906
March 9, 1906
The new pool hall and opera house beingerected the next door east of
this office by Mr. Hoosier of Egeland, is fastapproaching completion. It
is expected to be ready for use by the 17th of March.
March 23, 1906
Wm. Hooser spent Sunday visiting relatives in Egeland. A force of masons
have been at work this week putting on the plaster in the newpool hall
being built by Wm. Hooser. It is thought that everything will be finished
and the furniture installed ready for business by the first of the
month.  The Badger Brass Band are to give a dance at Hooser's Opera House
in this city on Tuesday evening, April 3rd. A good time is promised.
March 30, 1906
The Badger Brass Band are to give a dance at Hooser's Opera House in this
city on Tuesday evening, April 3rd. A good time is promised.
Arthur Hooser andwife, of Egeland, were Hansboro visitors the first of
the week. Mr. Hooser came up to see how the work on the new pool hall was
progressing.
April 6, 1906
P. Olmstead and daughter, Eva, came up from Egeland on the "flyer"
Tuesday to be in attendance at the dance given that evening in Hooser's
hall by theBadger Band. Phan is the same jolly good fellow as of old and
stepped into our office to tell us to be sure and announce to t

Willard married Fanny May Lemon on 15 Mar 1904 in Akeley, Hubbard Co, Minnesota. Fanny was born on 9 Jan 1887 in Ponsford, Carsonville Twp., Becker Co., Minnesota. She died on 21 Oct 1986 in Billings, Yellowstone Co, Montana. She was buried on 24 Oct 1986 in Mountview Cemetery, Billings, Yellowstone Co, Montana.

Montana Death Index, 1989-98
Name Father Mother Death Date Age Death County Residence Marital Status
File Number
HOOSER , FANNY M  HOOSER ,  ,  21 10 1986  99   YELLOWSTONE   MONTANA ,
YELLOWSTONE  WIDOWED   5405

Marriage Notes:

Montana Death Index, 1989-98
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Name FatherMother Death Date Age Death County Residence Marital Status
File Number
HOOSER , WILLARD A  HOOSER ,  ,  11 06 1960  86   MISSOULA   MONTANA ,
MISSOULAWIDOWED   301
PORTER , CORA J  HOOSER , WILLARD A  LEMON , FANNY MAY  03 06 1997  90
YELLOWSTONE   MONTANA , YELLOWSTONE  WIDOWED   3806

Willard and Fanny had the following children.

+ 1103 M i Harry Wilfred Hoosier was born on 5 Nov 1905. He died on 15 Jul 1995.
+ 1104 F ii Cora Jeanette Hoosier was born on 10 Oct 1906. She died on 3 Jun 1997.
  1105 F iii Grace Madeline Hoosier was born on 25 Apr 1909 in Sandpoint, Idaho. She died on 28 Jan 2002 in Billings, Yellowstone Co, Montana.

Letter to James Oliver Hoosier from his second cousin Grace Anderson
Mrs. G. Anderson                                            Billings MT.
815 N. 30th St.
July 20, 1994
Billings, MT. 59101-0943
Dear Jim,
I am Harry Hoosiers sister Grace.  He hassent me a copy of your
letter of Jan. 6, 1994;  also copy of the Hoosier Family Tree as compiled
by your Aunt Rose.  Our dead brother Grant was very muchinto genealogy,
having married into the Mormon Faith.  He did a lot of such work at the
Archives in Salt Lake City.  But when he died Harry was the only one of
us who could get to where he had lived and try to straighten out his
affairs.  Grants wife Ruth having died a couple of years before.  Harry
justpacked up everything Ruth's sister had not taken when Ruth died.
Harry neverwent thru Grants things after he got them home to Las Vegas
so he doesn't know exactly where everything is.  Harry has had nothing
but trouble for the last several months.  First his house was vandalized
one night while he was atwork.  His daughter came over to help him clean
up and he and she drove to her house stopping first for groceries to cook
supper.  When they got to her place it was burned to the ground.  She
lost everything but the old work clothes she had on, jeans and sneakers
and T-shirt.  A month or so later early onemorning Harry was asleep when
his electric organ caught fire in his living room.  Fortunately he had a
great granddaughter staying with him and she awokehim and got him out.
His living room was completely gutted and everything else in his hose
smoke damaged.  The insurance company has been cleaning and packing up
everything in the house and Harry has been living in a motel.  He has
bought a new house and sold the original but is still not mover.  I am
telling you all this because I'm sure he has not had time to write to
you, butmaybe he called you about it.  Anyway the reason for this letter
is to tell you a few things about our side of the Hoosier Family and to
assure you that we are definitely on the same branch of the tree.  You
Grandfather Oliver Morton, whom we had never heard of, was a brother of
our father's father, CharlesS. who was married to Jessie Maine.  So that
makes your father Harold and our father Willard full first cousins.  So I
guess you and me are second cousins, would you say "once remover"?  Wish
we had known about you when we had ourfirst and only family reunion in
1992.  There were only 24 of us here so itwasn't a big one but we met
some nice Hoosiers we had never seen before.  Myfather's youngest sister
named Pearl Eckert lived in Canada.  I think BritishColumbia.  She and
our mother always exchanged Christmas Cards.  My dad andmother went to
see her one winter with Emma and Bill Aikens.  I know they went by boat,
so it must have been on the coast and I think my mother said she had a
family of big boys and they were all fishermen.  This trip was made
probably in the early 50's.  I can't remember the name of the town and
none ofthe relatives could find them when we were planning the reunion.
Maybe you could find out something about them from there.  Pearl isn't
listed on Roses'chart.  Nor is my dads two youngest brothers, David
Lester and Charles Garland, nicknamed all his life "Boyd".  I don't
suppose Harry has answered you questions about our family so I'll try and
give you a short history.  Our father, Willard Alfred was born Sept. 12,
1878, the oldest son of Charles and Jessie Maine Hoosier.  They spelled
it Hooser.  He and out mother, Fanny Mae Lemonwere married March 15,
1904.  She was 17 years and he 25.  Harry was born inDec. of 1904.  Cora
in Oct. 1906.  I in April of 1909 and Grant in Nov. 1910.  Our father
died in June of 1960.  Our mother died in October 1986, a little over two
months before she would have been 1
        Grace married Gordon Eels Howard Anderson on 12 Mar 1947 in Reno, Nevada. Gordon was born on 15 May 1902 in Tacoma, Pierce Co, Washington. He died on 26 Jan 1956 in Billings, Yellowstone Co, Montana. He was buried in Mountview Cemetery, Billings, Montana.

Montana Death Index, 1989-98
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Name FatherMother Death Date Age Death County Residence Marital Status
File Number
ANDERSON , GORDON E  ANDERSON ,  ,  24 01 1956  73   CUSTER   MONTANA ,
CUSTERWIDOWED   39

Marriage Notes:

No children

  1106 M iv Grant Lloyd Hoosier was born on 28 Nov 1910 in Conrad, Pondera Co, Montanta. He died on 14 Jan 1985 in Borrego Springs, San Diego Co, California. He was buried on 22 Jan 1985 in Ramona, California.

Grant HOOSIER
Birth Date: 28 Nov 1910
Death Date: Jan 1985
Social Security Number:  517-07-4233
State or Territory Where Number Was Issued:  Montana
Death Residence Localities
ZIP Code: 92004
Localities:  Borrego Springs, San Diego, California
SSDI Search Results
GRANT HOOSIER
SSN 517-07-4233 Residence:  92004  Borrego Springs, San Diego, CA
Born 28 Nov 1910 Last Benefit:
Died Jan 1985 Issued:  MT (Before 1951)
        Grant married Ruth Gordon Sanderson on 14 Jul 1946 in Billings, Yellowstone Co, Montana. Ruth was born on 6 Dec 1911 in Salt Lake City, Utah. She died on 22 Sep 1983 in Berrago Springs, San Diego Co, California. She was buried in Ramona, California.

California Deaths, 1940-97
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Surname GivenName Middle Name Sex Birth Date Death Date Birth Place
Death Place Social Security # Mother's Maiden Name Father's Surname
HOOSIER  RUTH    FEMALE  6 Dec1911  22 Sep 1983  UTAH  SAN DIEGO
516102171  GORDON  HELM
SSDI Search Results
RUTH HOOSIER Request Information
SSN 516-10-2171 Residence:  92004Borrego Springs, San Diego, CA
Born 6 Dec 1911 Last Benefit:  92004  BorregoSprings, San Diego, CA
Died Sep 1983 Issued:  MT (Before 1951)
This would be a second marriage of Ruth to Grant

581. Clayton Irving Hoosier (Charles Albert Hooser , Jonathan David Hauser\Hooser , Susannah Mary Hauser , Leah Billiter , Edward B , Edward , Edward , Joseph ) was born on 22 Sep 1879 in Winnebago, Faribault Co, Minnesota. He died on 15 Feb 1927 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

Clayton married Mae.

They had the following children.

  1107 M i boy 1 Hoosier.
  1108 M ii boy 2 Hoosier.
  1109 F iii Ethel Hoosier.
  1110 F iv girl 2 Hoosier.

582. Sybil May Hoosier (Charles Albert Hooser , Jonathan David Hauser\Hooser , Susannah Mary Hauser , Leah Billiter , Edward B , Edward , Edward , Joseph ) was born on 12 Mar 1882 in Winnebago, Blue Earth Co, Minnesota. She died on 21 Jul 1914 in Park Rapids, Hubbard Co, Minnesota. She was buried on 24 Jul 1914 in Greenwood Cemetary, Park Rapids, Hubbard Co, Minnesota.

Cause of Death: "dropsy" died in child birth
Died in child birth, throwback baby was black.  It is thought that Sarah
Bartlett was half,quarter or eighth black heritage.
She carried mail by buggy from Salk Centre to Park Rapids before she was
married and the first woman to do so in this area.

Sybil married James Theodore Hooser, son of James Wilson Hooser and Phillena A. Stratton, on 12 Aug 1901 in Long Prairie, Todd Co, Minnesota. James was born on 15 Jan 1871 in Litchfield, Meeker Co, Minnesota.

James's mother, Felena Stratton died, when he was 9 years of age.
He was raised on the reservation by Chief Iron Heart's daughter who was
married to theTrading Post Operator.
They Indians called James "Mackeway Jim" -  translation being -
"Little boy make big noise"  Apparently Jim Theodore had gas problems.
His dad was called "Machway Cha Michaman" - translation being - "Bear
White Man"  Apparently he had killed a bear.
Naturalized in 1925 in Portland, Oregon and worked in the lumber
industry much of his life.
James F. HOOSER Household
Male   From 1880 minnesota census and should read James T. Hooser
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Other Information:
Birth Year <1872>
Birthplace MN
Age 8
Occupation At School
Marital Status S
Race W
Head ofHousehold James W. HOOSER
Relation Son
Father's Birthplace IN
Mother'sBirthplace WI
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Source Information:
Census Place Litchfield, Meeker, Minnesota
Family History Library Film 1254626
NA Film Number T9-0626
PageNumber 283A

Marriage Notes:

Custom Field:<_FA#> second half cousins
information provided for by granddaughter Marlene Hooser Ninteman

Sybil and James had the following children.

  1111 F i Jessie Hooser is printed as #1093.
  1112 F ii Vesta Hooser is printed as #1094.
+ 1113 M iii Guy Clifford Hooser is printed as #1095.
+ 1114 F iv Olive Irene Hooser is printed as #1096.
+ 1115 M v "Richard" Donald Victor Hooser is printed as #1097.
  1116 M vi Wesley James Hooser is printed as #1098.

583. Emma Irene Hoosier (Charles Albert Hooser , Jonathan David Hauser\Hooser , Susannah Mary Hauser , Leah Billiter , Edward B , Edward , Edward , Joseph ) was born on 6 Oct 1886 in Brown Co, South Dakota. She died on 30 May 1951 in Tacoma, Pierce Co, Washington. She was buried in New Tacoma Cemetery, Tacoma, Washington.

Address: 5433 S. Tompson

Tacoma, Pierce County, WA


Emma and William lived in many places through out their lives.  Emma was
the peacemaker andthe soft spoken woman who tried to keep Pop from
playing favorites with thegrandchildren, however after her passing, he
did just that.  Sharon Wills remembers the sound her shoes made when she
walked at.  Emma had less than an eighth grade education.   She was a
gentile spoken woman and was loved by everyone.  According to Lenny her
family may have been very poor and the china doll may have been the only
toy she may have gotten.  I suspect that maybe the metal head doll was
here, it also could be Hazel's. Joy Davis file

Emma married William Malcolm Aikins on 2 Jun 1911 in Stettler, Alberta, Canada. William was born on 27 Aug 1882 in Arrington, Atcheson Co, Kansas. He died on 21 Dec 1970 in Valley Terrace Rest Home, Tacoma, Pierce Co., Washington. He was buried in New Tacoma Cemetery, Tacoma, Washington.

WWI Civilian Draft Registrations
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Name Birth Date Ethnicity Birth Place City/County State
William Malcom Aikins 27 Aug1882 W  Tacoma# 4 WA
William Aikins was a retired carpenter Social Security536-10-6759 A.  He
built sets for Paramount sudios in Los Angeles, CA.  He also built St.
Martins College in Lacey, WA., sometime before 1922.  The pictures taken
of Hazel and Lenny with the dolls a Christmas were taken around 1920.
William also moved a lot in his life so one day Emma bought a piano
hoping sto stop the moving.  It worked!  It was so heavy to move they
stayed in Tacoma.  Karla currently has this piano.  (I call it the
Anchor).  "Pop" had an 8th grade education.  Lenny remembers as a father
he had a temper.  As a grandfather he tended to play favorites, per
Sharon, he gave her skating lessons, Jessie a horse named Brandy and Max
received a car (1950 or 51 Pontiac).When Pop and Harry and Roy were
together they all would fight.....if one saidthe sun was yellow the
other would say that it was blue and the third wouldargue tht it was
green!  sharon never felt it serious fighting...it was theirway of
communication!  When he got to sick to stay alone he was moving nextdoor
to Lenny in Puyallup, that is the house I remember hin in!  One day he
crashed his car and they took his keys away, he never drove again.  When
I was young he had a small house in Puyallup, WA and he had the greatest
toys, ametal horse with a lasso and he jumped in circles swinging his
lasso and a small dog that had a ball on a string in his mouth it would
spin and look likeit was chasing the ball.  Pop kept cookies at hand
every time we came over.Pop died when I was seven years old.  I haven't
seen the dog since then andam unsure of where it is to this dy.  He
belonged to a Carpenters Union and was part of a good fellowship club,
where upon the death of a member they sentin some money and supposedly
upon their death their family would receive a certain amount of money,
although at the time of Pop's death there was no money to give the
family.
Aikins, William W   View Image Online   should readAikins Willaim P wife
and two children on 1920 Washington Census
Age: 37 Year: 1920
Birthplace: Kansas Roll:  T625_1937
Race: White Page:  5B
State:Washington ED:  334
County: Pierce Image:  373
Township: Tacoma
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Marriage Notes:

From the files of Joy Smith
Emma and William lived in many places through outtheir lives.  Emma was
the peacemaker and the soft spoken woman who tried tokeep Pop from
playing favorites with the grandchildren, however after her passing, he
did just that.  Sharon Wills remembers the sound her shoes made whenshe
walked at.  Emma had less than an eighth grade education.   She was a
gentile spoken woman and was loved by everyone.  According to Lenny her
family may have been very poor and the china doll may have been the only
toy she may have gotten.  I suspect that maybe the metal head doll was
here, it also could be Hazel's.

Emma and William had the following children.

+ 1117 F i Hazel Viola Aikins was born on 15 May 1912. She died on 29 Nov 1976.
+ 1118 M ii Lenard Arnold Aikins.

584. David Lester Hoosier (Charles Albert Hooser , Jonathan David Hauser\Hooser , Susannah Mary Hauser , Leah Billiter , Edward B , Edward , Edward , Joseph ) was born on 4 Jul 1888 in Brown Co, South Dakota. He died on 27 Mar 1974 in Polson, Lake Co, Montana.

SSDI Search Results
DAVE HOOSIER
SSN 516-20-4569 Residence:  59860  Polson,Lake, MT
Born 4 Jul 1888 Last Benefit:
Died Mar 1974 Issued:  MT (Before 1951
Deputy sheriff of Cooke City, Montana.  Ran white-lightning across the
Canadian Border during prohabition out of Valaire, Montana proving that
the mounties did not always get their man.
Liberty County Montana
This file isa part of the Bureau of Land Management Database for the
states of Montana,North Dakota, and South Dakota.
Data edited and prepared by Joy Fisher, jfisher@ucla.edu.
The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) inherited the functions of the
General Land Office when it was established by Congress in 1946. The
South Dakota Land Patents Database, derived from General Land Office and
BLM information, contains deeds (primarily patents) issued by the United
States in the region now known as the State of South Dakota between 1859
and 1995. WhileBLM has been referred to as "the Nations record keeper",
it is the NationalArchives that actually keeps the files. The BLM,
maintains diagrammatic platsknown as Master Title Plats, which depict
lands which are owned by the United States and lands which are patented.
However, these plats do not have any information about who the lands were
patented to. That information which has only been available after tedious
research, it is available now in this database.
The South Dakota Land Patents Database contains the following information
for each land transaction: date, location (township, range, section,
meridian), name of person the land was patented to, case type, conveyance
type, county, and the patent document identification number.
Using this information you can obtain copies of the patent file for $10
from the National Archives atthe following address:
Reference Branch (Lands)
HOOSER DAVID20          028 N   005 E   004
160 251101    PA          55473211/16/1916
HOOSER DAVID                         20          028 N   005 E004
34.75 251101    PA          554732    11/16/1916
HOOSER DAVID20          028 N   005 E   004
34.65 251101    PA554732    11/16/1916
HOOSER DAVID                         20028 N   005 E   004
34.55 251101    PA          554732    11/16/1916
HOOSER DAVID                         20          028 N   005 E   004
34.45 251101    PA          554732    11/16/1916

David married Klara Louise Berg in 1916 in Choteau, Teton Co, Montana. Klara was born on 30 Apr 1888 in Oslo, Norway. She died in Apr 1937 in Conrad, Pondera Co, Montana.

Cause of Death: Stroke

They had the following children.

+ 1119 F i Elsa Louise Lurenzen Hoosier was born on 17 Sep 1911. She died on 8 Mar 1974.
+ 1120 F ii Grace Beverly Hoosier.
  1121 M iii Mort "Bud" Willard Hoosier was born on 4 Oct 1920 in Conrad, Montana. He died on 15 Apr 1951 in Fairbanks, Alaska.

Alias: /Bud/
Cause of Death: killed-by flying tubing on oil rigs
killed by flying tube on oil rigs in Alaska
        Mort married Catherine G. Utecht in Reno, Nevada.
+ 1122 F iv Doris May Hoosier was born on 9 Mar 1923. She died on 15 Feb 1967.

586. Fallie Mable Hoosier (Charles Albert Hooser , Jonathan David Hauser\Hooser , Susannah Mary Hauser , Leah Billiter , Edward B , Edward , Edward , Joseph ) was born on 19 Jun 1892 in Big Stone City, Grant Co, South Dakota. She died on 1 Feb 1931 in University Hospital, Burtrum, Minnesota.

Fallie married Wilbur Lee I Sanders on 13 Nov 1911 in Park Rapids, Minnesota. Wilbur was born on 27 May 1887 in Woodside, Minnesota.

They had the following children.

+ 1123 F i Jessie May Sanders was born on 27 Dec 1912. She died on 10 Oct 1974.
+ 1124 F ii Gladys Josephine Sanders was born on 4 Feb 1914. She died in Mar 1986.
  1125 M iii Wilbur Lee II Sanders was born on 7 Oct 1917 in Brainard, Minnesota. He died on 7 Oct 1917 in Brainard, Minnesota.
+ 1126 F iv Ruby Sanders was born on 11 Dec 1918. She died on 15 Mar 2000.
+ 1127 M v Gerald Floyd Sanders.

587. Charles "Boyd" Garland Hoosier (Charles Albert Hooser , Jonathan David Hauser\Hooser , Susannah Mary Hauser , Leah Billiter , Edward B , Edward , Edward , Joseph ) was born on 22 Nov 1894 in Custer Twp, Big Stone Co, Minnesota. He died on 1 Jun 1965 in Seattle, Washington.

SSDI Search Results
CHARLES HOOSIER
SSN 539-03-3367 Residence:  Washington
Born 22 Nov 1894 Last Benefit:
Died Jun 1965 Issued:  WA (Before 1951)
Notes: His first wife Susan Luellen Ball died December 26, 1951. He
married Verdell In a Hendrickson Jackson on August 31, 1953. He raised 3
step daughters: Anna Lea Jackson; Lily Frances; Rhoda Alice. He also had
a son...GeraldClayton Hoosier.
1920 census laborer - logging in Forest Grove Township, Koochiching
County, Minnesota
Washington Death Index 1907-1996
Name: Charles GHoosier
Place of Death: Seattle
Residence: Seattle
Gender: M
Date of Death: 01 Jun 1965
Certificate: 011821
1920 Minnesota Census
Hoosier, BoydView Image Online
Age: 25 Year: 1920
Birthplace: Minnesota Roll:  T625_842
Race: White Page:  2A
State: Minnesota ED:  49
County: Koochiching Image:  112
Township: Forest Grove
Occupation - Teamster

Charles married Susan Luellen Ball. Susan was born in 1907. She died on 26 Dec 1951 in Yakima, Washington.

Notes
1   She was mother to James Sapp who was born in 1927; Robert Sapp who
was born in 1929;Charles Leroy Hoosier who was born Nov. 1934 an died at
about 16 weeks old . He is burried in Yakima at Tahoma Cemetary. and
Gerald Clayton Hoosier. She had 2 sisters: Fern; Lottie and a brother
named Vern.  Herfirst marriage was to Jasper Sapp and her 2nd marriage
was to Charles (Boyd)Garland Hoosier.
Washington Death Index 1907-1996
Name: Susie Hoosier
Placeof Death: Yakima
Age: 47
Gender: F
Date of Death: 26 Dec 1951
Certificate: 23256

They had the following children.

  1128 M i Charles Leroy Hoosier was born in Nov 1934. He died in Mar 1935. He was buried in Yakima, Tahoma Cemetery.
+ 1129 M ii Gerald Clayton Hoosier.

Charles also married Verdell Ina Hendrickson Jackson on 31 Aug 1953. Verdell was born on 17 Jul 1926 in Lemmon, Perkins Co, South Dakota. She died on 14 Sep 1989 in Seattle, King Co, Washington.

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VERDELL I HOOSIER  Request Information (SS-5)
SSN 535-22-4531 Residence:  98126  Seattle, King, WA
Born 17 Jul 1926 Last Benefit:
Died 13 Sep 1989 Issued:  WA (Before 1951)
ID: I57618925
Name: VerdellIna HENDRICKSON
Given Name: Verdell Ina
Surname: Hendrickson
Sex: F
Birth: July 17, 1926 in Lemmon, S.Dakota Perkins County
Death: Sept. 14, 1989 inSeattle, Wa. King County
Note: She was divorced from Luther Lee Jackson in 1950. She married
Charles (Boyd) Garland Hoosier on August 31, 1953. She was seperated from
him at the time of his death which was June 1, 1965. She was one of 6
Children. They were: William Warren; Woodrow Wilson; Charles Raymond;
Mildred Bernice; Verdell Ina; Gwendolyn Ione. Verdell gave birth to 4
daughters by her first husband. They are: Anna Lea Jackson; Lily Frances;
Ina Bernice; Rhoda Alice. Ina Bernice was adopted out at age 3 to a
family with the last name of Quist. She was then named Karen Mae Quist.
She died on Aug. 16, 1997.
Washington Death Index 1907-1996
Name: Verdell I Hoosier
SSN: 535-22-4531
Place of Death: Seattle
Residence: Seattle
Age: 63 years
Gender: F
Date of Death: 13 Sep 1989
Certificate: 024085

They had the following children.

+ 1130 F iii Anna Lee Jackson.

588. Pearl Ethel Hoosier (Charles Albert Hooser , Jonathan David Hauser\Hooser , Susannah Mary Hauser , Leah Billiter , Edward B , Edward , Edward , Joseph ) was born on 15 May 1897 in Motley, Villard Twp., Todd Co, Minnesota. She died on 2 Sep 1963 in Sidney, British Columbia, Canada.

Pearl married Foster Franklin Eckert in Abt. 1913. Foster was born on 26 Sep 1887 in Osakis, Todd Co, Minnesota. He died on 19 Apr 1950 in Sidney, British Columbia, Canada.

They had the following children.

+ 1131 M i Anderson "Bungy" Albert Eckert was born on 14 Sep 1914. He died on 18 May 1977.
+ 1132 M ii Charles "Babe" Marlin Pearl Eckert was born on 1 Jan 1916. He died on 7 Jul 1957.
  1133 F iii Sybil Clara Eckert.
+ 1134 M iv James Foster Eckert was born on 10 Apr 1918. He died on 13 Aug 1949.
  1135 F v Celia Orinda Irene Eckert was born on 7 Apr 1920 in Stettler, Alberta, Canada. She died on 16 Jul 1920 in Terrace, British Columbia, Canada.

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