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CAROL HARMON WAGNER
(Oct 25, 1943 - Mar 17, 2005)
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MARK HARMON WAGNER
(Dec 24, 1980 - Oct 06, 2007)
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Obituary
CAROL JANE HARMON WAGNER  (25 Oct 1943 - 17 Mar 2005)
and her son
MARK HARMON WAGNER   (24 Dec 1980 - 06 Oct 2007)
are memorialized at Olive Hill.
 
DAILY OKLAHOMAN  21 March 2005:
Carol Jane Harmon Wagner was born October 25, 1943 in Oakland, CA to Elsie and Albion K. P. Harmon, Vi. She passed away March 17, 2005 in Oklahoma City. From early in her life, Carol was considered a wanderlust and became an exchange student to Mexico while in high school in Orinda, California. Following a bachelor's degree from the University of California, Berkeley, Carol received her master's degree in English as a Second Language (ESL) from Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. After traveling to Spain and Peru as a tutor and teacher of English, she served in the U.S. embassy in Peru. She came to Oklahoma City in 1976 as director of the ESL school for Vietnamese refugees, and later became an instructor in the ESL program at Oklahoma City University. In 1979 Carol married. She had a son and remained a resident of Oklahoma City for the rest of her life but continued her interest in international affairs. In her heart and activities, she was always a citizen of the world. She enjoyed photography, music, travel and participating in church work, And, she loved animals as well as people. Preceded in death by her father and brother, Albion Harmon, Jr. Carol is survived by her mother, husband and son, Mark all of Edmond. Carol loved participating in the 363 group of Mayflower Congregational Church, who met to take food and clothing to homeless people Memorial gifts may be made to this group at Mayflower Congregational Church, where services will be held Thursday, March 24 at 1.00 A.M.
 
DAILY OKLAHOMAN - 8 October 2007:
Mark Harmon Wagner died at home, Oct. 6, 2007. He was born Dec. 24, 1980, in Oklahoma City to Carol Harmon Wagner and John D. (Rick) Wagner, Jr. He graduated from Mount St. Mary's High School and was attending Oklahoma State University, Oklahoma City. Mark faced many challenges in his life and met them all courageously. He loved animals, both live and stuffed, and was interested in and knowledgeable about history, politics, and photography. He was blessed with a remarkable sense of humor and irony. Mark was preceded in death by his mother; paternal grandfather, John D. Wagner; and maternal grandfather, Albion Harmon. He is survived by his father; his paternal grandmother; his maternal grandmother; his aunt; a large, loving extended family, and special friends, all of whom will miss his loving presence and witty comments about human nature. Services will be held Thursday, Oct. 11, 2007, at 3 p.m. at May Avenue Methodist Church, 2604 North May Avenue, Oklahoma City.
Carol Jane Harmon - 1965 Mark Harmon Wagner - 2007
 
Currently some information about this WAGNER family is on ROOTSWEB
Genealogy:
Ancestors of Carol Jane Wagner and Mark Harmon Wagner
 
Generation No. 1

 

1. Mark Harmon Wagner1, born 24 Dec 1980 in Oklahoma City, OK; died 06 Oct 2007 in Oklahoma City, OK. He was the son of 2. Living Wagner and 3. Carol Jane Harmon 

Notes for Mark Harmon Wagner:
OBITUARY: 10/09/2007
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Mark Harmon Wagner died at home, Oct. 6, 2007. He was born Dec. 24, 1980, in Oklahoma City to Carol Harmon Wagner and John D. (Rick) Wagner, Jr. He graduated from Mount St. Mary's High School and was attending Oklahoma State University, Oklahoma City. Mark faced many challenges in his life and met them all courageously. He loved animals, both live and stuffed, and was interested in and knowledgeable about history, politics, and photography. He was blessed with a remarkable sense of humor and irony. Mark was preceded in death by his mother; paternal grandfather, John D. Wagner; and maternal grandfather, Albion Harmon. He is survived by his father, his paternal grandmother; his maternal grandmother; his aunt,; a large, loving extended family, and special friends, all of whom will miss his loving presence and witty comments about human nature. Services will be held Thursday, Oct. 11, 2007, at 3 p.m. at May Avenue Methodist Church, 2604 North May Avenue, Oklahoma City.
More About Mark Harmon Wagner:
Obituary: 09 Oct 2007, Daily Oklahoman
 
 
Generation No. 2

 

2. LivingWagner1, born Apr 1948 in OK2. He was the son of 4. John Detrick Wagner and 5. Living Griffy. He married 3. Carol Jane Harmon Nov 1979 in Oklahoma City, OK.

3. Carol Jane Harmon3, born 25 Oct 1943 in Oakland, Alameda Co, CA; died 17 Mar 2005 in Oklahoma City, OK. She was the daughter of 6. Albion Keith Parris Harmon IV

Notes for Carol Jane Harmon:
OBITUARY: 03/21/2005; p.7A
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Carol Jane Harmon Wagner was born October 25, 1943 in Oakland, CA to Elsie May and Albion K. P. Harmon, Vi. She passed away March 17, 2005 in Oklahoma City. From early in her life, Carol was considered a wanderlust and became an exchange student to Mexico while in high school in Orinda, California. Following a bachelor's degree from the University of California, Berkeley, Carol received her master's degree in English as a Second Language (ESL) from Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. After traveling to Spain and Peru as a tutor and teacher of English, she served in the U.S. embassy in Peru. She came to Oklahoma City in 1976 as director of the ESL school for Vietnamese refugees, and later became an instructor in the ESL program at Oklahoma City University. In 1979 Carol. She had a son and remained a resident of Oklahoma City for the rest of her life but continued her interest in international affairs. In her heart and activities, she was always a citizen of the world. She enjoyed photography, music, travel and participating in church work, And, she loved animals as well as people. Preceded in death by her father and brother, Albion Harmon, Jr. Carol is survived by her mother, husband and son, Mark all of Edmond. Carol loved participating in the 363 group of Mayflower Congregational Church, who met to take food and clothing to homeless people Memorial gifts may be made to this group at Mayflower Congregational Church, where services will be held Thursday, March 24 at 11.00 A.M.
More About Carol Jane Harmon:
Obituary: 21 Mar 2005, Daily Oklahoman

 

Child of Living Wagner and Carol Harmon is:

1 i. Mark Harmon Wagner, born 24 Dec 1980 in Oklahoma City, OK; died 06 Oct 2007 in Oklahoma City, OK.

 
Generation No. 3

 

4. John Detrick Wagner4, born 06 Apr 1920 in Agra, Lincoln Co, OK; died 27 Dec 1998 in Oklahoma City, OK. He was the son of 8. Hurbert Akins Wagner and 9. Eva May Seaba. He married 5. Living Griffy 1940 in OK.

5. Living Griffy5, born Jan 1920 in OK. She was the daughter of 10. Judson Harmon Griffy and 11. Dicie Johnston.

Notes for John Detrick Wagner:
OBITUARY: 12/28/1998; p.21
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WAGNER John Detrick, died December 27, 1998. He was born in Agra, OK, April 6, 1920, to Evea Seaba and Hurburt Wagner. He was a longtime resident of Oklahoma City, who served in World War II in the Air Corps Supply. He joined Aetna Life & Casualty Co. in 1947 and retired as a General Agent in 1984. He was a great motivator and leader to many in the insurance industry. He is survived by his wife of 58 years; daughter; son; three grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; brother, and numerous nieces and nephews. He was a member of May Avenue United Methodist Church. Memorial services will be held at May Avenue United Methodist Church on Tuesday, December 29, 1998, at 3:00 PM. Memorials may be contributed to Skyline Urban Ministry, 701 NW 8th, OKC, 73102
More About John Detrick Wagner:
Military service: World War II - Air Corps Supply
Obituary: 28 Dec 1998, Daily Oklahoman

 

Children of John Wagner and Living Griffy are:

i. Living Wagner6

2 ii. Living Wagner; married Carol Jane Harmon Nov 1979 in Oklahoma City, OK.

 

 

6. Albion Keith Parris Harmon IV8,9, born 12 May 1912 in Alameda Co, CA; died 19 Jan 1998 in Berkeley, Alameda Co, CA. He was the son of 12. Albion Keith Parris Harmon III and 13. Grace L. Stalder. He married 7. Elsie May Wood 1942 in CA.

7. Elsie May Wood10, born 1920 in CA?11 

Notes for Albion Keith Parris Harmon IV:
OBITUARY: 01/21/1998; p.D05
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Albion K. P. Harmon IV May 12, 1912 Jan. 19, 1998
Albion Harmon, a construction worker for 50 years, died Monday in Berkeley. He was 85.
The native of Los Angeles lived in Orinda since 1948. He was a member of the Rotary Club in Orinda and the Orinda Community Church. He was one of the first ski instructors in California.
He is survived by his wife of 55 years, Elsie Harmon of Orinda; daughter, Carol Harmon Wagner of Oklahoma City; and one grandchild.
Services: Noon memorial Sunday at Orinda Community Church. Arrangements by Pacific Interment of Emeryville.
Memorial gifts: Orinda Community Church, 10 Irwin Way, Orinda, CA 94563
More About Albion Keith Parris Harmon IV:
Obituary: 21 Jan 1998, Contra Costa Times (Walnut Creek, CA)

 

Children of Albion Harmon and Elsie May Wood are:

3 i. Carol Jane Harmon, born 25 Oct 1943 in Oakland, Alameda Co, CA; died 17 Mar 2005 in Oklahoma City, OK; married John Detrick Wagner, Jr. Nov 1979 in Oklahoma City, OK.

ii. Albion Keith Parris Harmon V12, born 21 Apr 1946 in Oakland, Alameda Co, CA13; died 08 Jul 1971 in Orinda, Contra Costa Co, CA14

More About Albion Keith Parris Harmon V:
Burial: Mountain View Cemetery, Oakland, Alameda Co, CA15

 

 
Generation No. 4

 

8. Hurbert Akins Wagner16,17, born 08 May 1897 in Carriers Mills, Saline Co, IL; died 22 Oct 1966 in Chandler, Lincoln Co, OK. He was the son of 16. James Franklin Wagner and 17. Jennie Jane Williams. He married 9. Eva May Seaba 03 Jul 1917 in Lincoln Co, OK.

9. Eva May Seaba18,19,20,21, born 05 May 1900 in Lincoln Co, OK; died Bet. 1947 - 1990. She was the daughter of 18. John Dietrich Seaba and 19. Eva Mitchell 

Notes for Hurbert Akins Wagner:
OBITUARY: 10/24/1966; p.37
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CHANDLER -- Wagner, Hubert, 69, insurance agent. Services Monday (Curry).
More About Hurbert Akins Wagner:
Burial: 24 Oct 1966, Oak Park Cemetery, Chandler, Lincoln Co, OK
Obituary: 24 Oct 1966, Daily Oklahoman
 
Notes for Eva May Seaba:
Mother and Father b. IA

Children of Hurbert Wagner and Eva Seaba are:

4 i. John Detrick Wagner, born 06 Apr 1920 in Agra, Lincoln Co, OK; died 27 Dec 1998 in Oklahoma City, OK; married Living Griffy 1940 in OK.

ii. Living Wagner21

 

 

10. Judson Harmon Griffy22,23,24,25, born 04 Jul 1894 in Little Rock, Pulaski Co, AR; died 11 Apr 1976 in Oklahoma City, OK26. He was the son of 20. Elbridge Griffy and 21. Flora Amelia Millard. He married 11. Dicie Johnston 29 Oct 1917 in Little Rock, Pulaski Co, AR.

11. Dicie Johntson27,28, born 13 Mar 1899 in Waldron, Scott Co, AR; died 23 Dec 1999 in Oklahoma City, OK.

Notes for Judson Harmon Griffy:
OBITUARY: 04/13/1976; p.22
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Services for Judson H. Griffy, 81, of 3500 NW 54, will be 2 p.m. Tuesday in First United Methodist Church with burial in Rose Hill Cemetery, directed by Guardian Midtown Funeral Home.
Griffy died Sunday in St. Anthony Hospital following a lengthy illness.
A native of Little Rock, Ark., Griffy moved to Oklahoma in 1921 and to Oklahoma City in 1925. He was a cashier for Aetna Life Insurance Co., for 35 years.
He was a member of First United Methodist Church, where he was a Sunday School teacher.
Memorials may be made to Barathea Class at First United Methodist Church.
More About Judson Harmon Griffy:
Burial: 13 Apr 1976, Rose Hill Cemetery, Oklahoma City, OK
Obituary: 13 Apr 1976, Daily Oklahoman
 
Notes for Dicie Johnston:
OBITUARY: 12/26/1999; p.29D
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GRIFFY Dicie (Johnston), was born in Waldron, Arkansas on March 13, 1899. She died in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma on December 23, 1999. Dicie married Judson Harmon Griffy, who died in 1976, in Little Rock, Arkansas. She is survived by five children. The next generation consists of ten grandchildren, all of whom are married; eleven great grandchildren, four of whom are married; and seven great great-grandchildren. Consequently, she was the matriarch of a clan that numbers 50 living members. Dicie did much more than simply bring these people into the world. She has also served as a role model to members of her family, showing how one could live a full and fruitful life incorporating the virtues of honesty, compassion and love. The task was not always easy. Her first three children grew up during the depression years in the 1930's. She then hung the blue star in the window as her son and two sons-in-law left to serve in World War Ii. She attended countless PTA meetings as well as numerous band concerts, school plays and athletic events to lend support to her children and grandchildren. Although raised as a Baptist, she later joined the Methodist Church. Religious beliefs did much to shape her life. She was a member of circles and Sunday school classes. She not only read the Bible, she understood, better than most biblical scholars, how to use the wisdom contained in this book to live a full and unselfish life. Simply put, she loved the Lord. Dicie saw the world change. She remembered using a match to light the headlights of the first car her father owned. She was born before the invention of the airplane. Her first plane ride was in an open-cockpit biplane piloted by her brother. She was a mother of three children when she heard her first radio broadcast. She was already a grandmother when she saw her first television. She was a great grandmother when she broke her ankle climbing down out of the cab of an eighteen wheeler. Her legacy is to be found in the family and friends she leaves behind, those whose lives she changed. We are all richer for having known and loved her. The family wishes to thank Heartland Hospice and the staff of Bellevue Nursing Center for the loving care they provided Dicie during the last year of her life. A memorial service will be at 2:00 PM Monday, December 27, 1999 at the Hahn-Cook/ Street & Draper Chapel.
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Father: William J. Johnston b. Feb 1876 AR
Mother: Ella b. Oct 1879 AR
 
More About Dicie Johnston:
Burial: 27 Dec 1999
Obituary: 26 Dec 1999, Daily Oklahoman

 

Children of Judson Griffy and Dicie Johnston are:

i. Living Griffy29,30

5 ii. Living Griffy; married John Detrick Wagner 1940 in OK.

iii. Billye Blythe Griffy30, born 30 Jan 1921 in Magazine, Logan Co, AR; died 11 Dec 2001 in Oklahoma City, OK.

Notes for Billye Blythe Griffy:
OBITUARY: 12/14/2001; p.23A
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Billye Blythe White, 80, passed away Monday, Dec. 11th, 2001. She was born to Judson and Dicie Griffy, January 30, 1921, at Magazine, AR. As a child her family moved to OKC. After graduating from Classen High School in 1937, she was employed by the First National Bank and Trust where she rose to Vice President Contact Officer. She holds the distinction of being the first woman in Oklahoma to be a vice president of a bank. During her career at the bank, she was active in the National Association of Bank Women, serving as president of the local chapter and also Vice President of the national organization. She was an avid OU football fan for over 30 years. After retiring from the bank in 1979, she enjoyed traveling.  Memorial service to be held Monday, December 17, at 10:00 A.M., at the Guardian Funeral Home, 11600 N. Pennsylvania, OKC. Donations welcome in her name to the Britvil Pantry, 8125 N. Classen Blvd., OKC 73114. GUARDIAN NORTH 11600 N. Pennsylvania Ave.
More About Billye Blythe Griffy:
Obituary: 14 Dec 2001, Daily Oklahoman

iv. Living Griffy31

v. Living Griffy31

 

 

12. Albion Keith Parris Harmon III32,33,34,35, born 14 Mar 1883 in CA; died 01 May 1946 in Alameda Co, CA. He was the son of 24. Albion Keith Parris Harmon II and 25. Elizabeth Cora Derby. He married 13. Grace L. Stalder 1910 in CA.

13. Grace L. Stalder36,37,38,39, born 07 Jan 1884 in CA; died 24 Jul 1967 in Alameda Co, CA.

Notes for Albion Keith Parris Harmon III:
OBITUARY: 05/02/1946 **copied from ROOTSWEB
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Harmon, In Oakland, May 1, 1946, A. K. P. Harmon, loving father of Mrs. Charles R. Bubb of Menlo Park, Mrs. William Malott of Concord, Albion K. P. Harmon Jr. of Oakland, brother of Mrs. Charles L. Howard, of San Francisco, Mrs. Edith Whipple of Decoto and Edward D. Harmon of Kingsburg, California; a native of Oakland, aged 63 years, a member of Yerba Buena Lodge No. 403, F. and A. M. Funeral services strictly private. Please omit flowers.
More About Albion Keith Parris Harmon III:
Burial: Mountain View Cemetery, Oakland, Alameda Co, CA40
Obituary: 02 May 1946, Oakland Tribune (Oakland, CA)
 
Notes for Grace L. Stalder:
Father: Joseph Stalder b: MAR 1849 in Switzerland Immigration 1854 married abt. 1874
Mother: Mary Birner b: MAY 1853 in Germany Immigration 1854
More About Grace L. Stalder:
Burial: Mountain View Cemetery, Oakland, Alameda Co, CA40

 

Children of Albion Harmon and Grace Stalder are:

6 i. Albion Keith Parris Harmon IV, born 12 May 1912 in Alameda Co, CA; died 19 Jan 1998 in Berkeley, Alameda Co, CA; married Elsie May Wood 1942 in CA.

ii. Jane E. Harmon41,42, born 02 Jan 1914 in Alameda Co, CA; died 21 Jan 1999 in Menlo Park, San Mateo Co, CA.

Notes for Jane E. Harmon:
Mrs. Charles R. Bubb
Charles R. Bubb Jr. (1913-2002) Charles R. Bubb Jr., former first trumpet of the San Francisco and a noted teacher of both mathematics and the trumpet, passed away at age 88 in his home in Menlo Park on February 11, six days after learning that he had bone marrow cancer. Mr. Bubb was so widely and deeply admired by his colleagues that current members of the orchestra from which he had resigned in 1960 speak of him today with respect.

iii. Margaret Harmon43,44, born 29 Nov 1918 in Alameda Co, CA; died 30 May 1992 in Rancho Santa Fe, San Diego Co, CA45

Notes for Margaret Harmon:
Mrs. William Malott

 

 
Generation No. 5

 

16. James Franklin Wagner46,47,48,49,50,51, born 03 Dec 1832 in Highland Co, OH; died 15 Jan 1913 in Agra, Lincoln, Co, OK. He married 17. Jennie Jane Williams 25 Sep 1855 in Oswego, Kendall, Co, IL52 

17. Jennie Jane Williams53,54,55,56,57, born 25 Aug 1831 in Toronto, Ontario, CANADA; died 17 Aug 1914 in Kansas City, Wyandotte, Co, KS.

More About James Franklin Wagner:
Burial: Osage Cemetery, Agra, Lincoln, Co, OK58
 
Notes for Jennie Jane Williams:
1900 Census - 10 children born - 8 still living - Father born ENGLAND - Mother born CANADA
More About Jennie Jane Williams:
Burial: Osage Cemetery, Agra, Lincoln, Co, OK58

 

Children of James Wagner and Jennie Williams are:

i. Franklin E. Wagner59,60,61,62,63,64,65, born 06 Sep 1856 in Kendall Co, IL; died 27 Nov 1952 in Agra, Lincoln, Co, OK.

Notes for Franklin E. Wagner:
Spouse: Henrietta Lewis b. 28 Mar 1859 IL d. 18 Feb 1926 IL
More About Franklin E. Wagner:
Burial: Osage Cemetery, Agra, Lincoln, Co, OK

ii. Ida May Wagner66,67,68, born 1858 in Aurora, Kane Co, IL; died 09 Jan 1899 in Chicago, Cook Co, IL.

Notes for Ida May Wagner:
Spouse: Aaron Washington BEADLE
More About Ida May Wagner:
Burial: Rosehill Cemetery, Chicago, Cook Co, IL

iii. Robert Winfield Scott Wagner69,70,71,72,73, born 09 Oct 1861 in Aurora, Kane Co, IL; died 15 Jun 1938 in NM.

Notes for Robert Winfield Scott Wagner:
Spouse: Eleas Saltzman ROBINSON

iv. Elizabeth Mary Wagner74,75,76,77,78,79, born 10 Feb 1863 in Aurora, Kane Co, IL; died 30 Jan 1957 in Kansas City, Wyandotte, Co, KS.

Notes for Elizabeth Mary Wagner:
Spouse: James W. Jameson b. 1858 MO d. bet 1920 - 1930 KS
More About Elizabeth Mary Wagner:
Burial: Mt Hope Cemetery, Kansas City, Wyandotte, Co, KS

v. Clara Adeline Wagner80,81,82,83,84,85, born 15 Mar 1864 in Aurora, Kane Co, IL; died 22 Jul 1941 in Toronto, Woodson Co, KS.

Notes for Clara Adeline Wagner:
Spouse: Robert Franklin VAUGHN Marriage: 17 Oct 1883 Eureka, Greenwood, Co, KS
More About Clara Adeline Wagner:
Burial: Toronto Cemetery, Woodson Co, KS

vi. Sarah R. Wagner86,87,88, born 12 May 1869 in Johnson Co, MO; died 07 Dec 1941 in Portales, Roosevelt Co, NM.

Notes for Sarah R. Wagner:
Spouse 1: Otis GREENWOOD Marriage: 29 Jun 1887 , Greenwood, Co, KS
Spouse 2: C A PHILLIPS Marriage: 29 Jun 1887 , Greenwood, Co, KS
More About Sarah R. Wagner:
Burial: Brrownfield Cemetery, Terry Co, TX

vii. Susanna Gertrude Wagner89,90,91,92,93, born 09 Jul 1871 in Warrensburg, Johnson Co, MO; died 22 Apr 1949 in Kinsley, Edward Co, KS.

Notes for Susanna Gertrude Wagner:
Spouse: Alfred Robert WARE Marriage: 9 Jul 1890 Eureka, Greenwood, Co, KS
More About Susanna Gertrude Wagner:
Burial: Hillside Cemetery, Kinsley, Edward Co, KS

viii. James Burton Wagner94,95,96,97,98, born 12 Jun 1879 in Eureka, Greenwood Co, KS; died 24 May 1961 in Lakin, Kearny Co, KS.

Notes for James Burton Wagner:
Spouse 1: Ethel Gladys MEYERS Marriage: 14 Oct 1900 Nora, Lincoln, County, Oklahoma
Spouse 2: Ollie Verena Haines ELDER Marriage: 2 Sep 1927 La Junta, Otero, County, Colo
More About James Burton Wagner:
Burial: Ulysses Cemetery, Ulysses, Grant Co, KS

8 ix. Hurbert Akins Wagner, born 08 May 1897 in Carriers Mills, Saline Co, IL; died 22 Oct 1966 in Chandler, Lincoln Co, OK; Adopted child; married Eva May Seaba 03 Jul 1917 in Lincoln Co, OK.

 

 

18. John Dietrich Seaba99,100,101,102,103, born 20 Jan 1861 in Keokuk Co, IA; died 21 Dec 1910 in Lincoln Co, OK. He was the son of 36. Hermann Gerd Hinrich Seaba and 37. Maria Wallerich. He married 19. Eva Mitchell 13 Dec 1886 in IA.

19. Eva Mitchell104,105,106,107, born Jan 1869 in IA; died 24 Jul 1951 in Cushing, Lincoln Co, OK.

Notes for John Dietrich Seaba:
Mother and Father born Germany
 
Notes for Eva Mitchell:
OBITUARY: 07/27/1951; p.37
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CHANDLER, July 26 -- (Special) -- Funeral for Mrs. Eva Seaba, 82, Lincoln county pioneer will be Friday in the First Baptist church in Cushing.
Mrs. Seaba died in the home of a daughter, Mrs. John Bay, in Cushing Tuesday. Burial will be in Bethel cemetery, 10 miles northeast of Chandler. A native of Iowa, she moved with her family here in 1882 to establish a home on a farm in Lincoln county near Parkland where she resided until her husband's death in 1910.
Survivors include three daughters, Mrs. Bay; Mrs. Raymond Simon, Stillwater, and Mrs. Hubert Wagner, Chandler; Three sons, John, Warwick; Clarence, Avery and George, Cushing; one brother Charles Mitchell, Downs, Kan.; 22 grandchildren and 22 great-grandchildren.
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Mother and Father born Germany
1910 Census - 10 children born - 8 still living
More About Eva Mitchell:
Burial: 27 Jul 1951, Bethel Cemetery, Lincoln Co, OK
Obituary: 27 Jul 1951, Daily Oklahoman

 

Children of John Seaba and Eva Mitchell are:

i. Charles Philip Seaba108,109,110, born 26 Dec 1887 in IA; died Bet. 1930 - 1977 in OK.

ii. Anna Seaba111, born Bet. 1889 - 1900 in Lincoln Co, OK; died Bet. 1889 - 1900 in Lincoln Co, OK.

iii. George Harley Seaba112,113,114,115, born 20 Sep 1890 in Lincoln Co, OK; died 08 Jul 1968 in Cushing, Payne Co, OK116

Notes for George Harley Seaba:
Spouse: Ruth? b: 18 Jun 1901 d: Jun 1969 married bet 1920 - 1930

iv. Clarence Harmon Seaba117,118,119, born 12 Sep 1892 in Lincoln Co, OK; died 30 Jul 1974 in Cushing, Payne Co, OK120

Notes for Clarence Harmon Seaba:
Spouse: Ida Argo b: 28 Dec 1895 d: Death Date: 17 Mar 1990 married bet. 1910 - 1920

v. Samantha Seaba121, born 1896 in Lincoln Co, OK; died Bet. 1896 - 1900 in Lincoln Co, OK.

vi. John William Seaba122,123,124,125, born 21 Apr 1896 in Lincoln Co, OK; died 01 Apr 1977 in Chandler, Lincoln Co, OK126

Notes for John William Seaba:
Spouse: Alice Matilda ? b: 10 Aug 1906 d: Apr 17 1987 married bet 1920 - 1930
More About John William Seaba:
Burial: Oak Park Cemetery, Chandler, Lincoln Co, OK127

vii. Mary Elizabeth Seaba128,129,130,131, born 27 Nov 1897 in Lincoln Co, OK; died Jan 1987 in Stillwater, Payne Co, OK.

Notes for Mary Elizabeth Seaba:
Mrs. Raymond E. Simon

9 viii. Eva May Seaba, born 05 May 1900 in Lincoln Co, OK; died Bet. 1947 - 1990; married Hurbert Akins Wagner 03 Jul 1917 in Lincoln Co, OK.

ix. Christena Anna Seaba132,133,134, born 04 Nov 1902 in Lincoln Co, OK; died 13 Dec 1947 in Oklahoma City, OK.

Notes for Christena Anna Seaba:
OBITUARY: 12/15/1947; p.14
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Services will be in the Watts funeral home at 2 p.m. Tuesday for Mrs. Christine Hill, 44, of 1601 NE 9, fatally wounded when a rifle accidentally discharged in her home Saturday. The service will be conducted by Dr. Willis Howard, pastor of First Baptist Church. Dr. Howard will be assisted by Rev. Leslie Gunn. Burial will be in Sunny Lane Cemetery.
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Spouse: Clarence Matthew Hill married bet 1920 - 1930
More About Christena Anna Seaba:
Burial: 16 Dec 1947, Sunny Lane Cemetery, Del City, Oklahoma Co, OK
Obituary: 15 Dec 1947, Daily Oklahoman

x. Sarah Victoria Seaba135,136,137, born 03 Jan 1906 in Lincoln Co, OK; died 06 Jan 2003 in Georgetown, Williamson Co, TX.

Notes for Sarah Victoria Seaba:
OBITUARY: 01/08/2003; p.21
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BAY, Sarah V., 97, of Georgetown died Monday. Services pending. Arrangements by the Gabriels, Georgetown.
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OBITUARY: 01/09/2003; Stillwater News Press Obits for January, 2003
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Sarah Bay
Former Cushing resident, Sarah Victoria Bay, 97, of Georgetown, Texas, died Monday, Jan. 6, 2003.
Memorial services will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday in the First Baptist Church of Cushing, Dr. Lonny Lee, pastor, officiating. A private burial will take place in Sunset Memorial Gardens Cemetery prior to the memorial services under the direction of Davis Funeral Home.
The daughter of John D. Seaba and Eva (Mitchell) Seaba, she was born Jan. 3, 1906, in Parkland and was reared and educated in Lincoln County.
On Jan. 7, 1926, she married John A. Bay. They made their home in Cushing and moved to Ripley after his retirement from the Kerr-McGee Refinery in 1961. He died Feb. 10, 1980, and she moved to Georgetown in 1997 to be near her daughter.
A Christian from young adulthood, she was a member of the First Baptist Church of Georgetown. She enjoyed gardening and growing flowers. Knitting was her hobby.
She was also predeceased by her parents, husband, four sisters, five brothers and one grandson.
Survivors include two daughters; three sons; 13 grandchildren, 13 great-grandchildren and numerous nieces, nephews and other relatives.
Family members will be receiving friends at the funeral home today until 8 p.m. and Friday from 5-7 p.m.
More About Sarah Victoria Seaba:
Obituary: 08 Jan 2003, Austin American-Statesman (TX)

 

 

20. Elbridge Griffy138,139,140,141,142,143,144, born 20 Oct 1853 in Pulaski Co, AR; died 12 Feb 1938 in Oklahoma City, OK. He was the son of 40. Theodore Judson Griffy and 41. Sarah Hamilton. He married 21. Flora Amelia Millard 05 Sep 1893 in Little Rock, Pulaski Co, AR.

21. Flora Amelia Millard145,146,147,148, born Feb 1872 in AR; died 22 Apr 1964 in Oklahoma City, OK.

Notes for Elbridge Griffy:
OBITUARY: 02/14/1938; p.4
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Elbridge Griffy, 84 years old, who in the early days piloted a steamboat on the Arkansas river between Fort Smith and Little Rock, will be burin in Rose Hill cemetery following services at 10 a.m. Tuesday in the Hahn funeral home.
Griffy, who was born and reared in Arkansas, died Saturday night at his home 702 West Hill avenue, after a brief illness. Death was due to a heart ailment.
Retiring from the river trade, Griffy became a grocer at Little Rock. Later he moved to Muskogee and retired about 11 years ago when he moved here. His eight children live here. They are:
Roy Griffy and Ralph Griffy, both of the home; Judson H. Griffy 700 Northwest Eleventh street; Cameron Griffy, 1417 Northwest Fortieth street; Henry c. Griffy, 3511 Northwest Twenty-first street; Elbridge Griffy jr., 3439 Northwest Seventeenth street; Mrs. R. D. Cravens, 524 Northwest Fifteenth street, and Mrs. Cleo A. Ingraham, 2922 Northwest Twenty-first street.
Other survivors include three sisters, Mrs. E. E. Hunter, Dallas, Texas; Mrs. Fred Kidd, Van Buren, Ark., and Mrs. L. G. Wickersham, Hartford, Conn.
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Spouse 1: Henrietta Sherrill Marriage: 28 Aug 1879 Pulask Co, AR
Spouse 2: Flora Amelia Millard Marriage: 5 Sep 1893 Little Rock, Pulaski Co, AR
More About Elbridge Griffy:
Burial: 15 Feb 1938, Rose Hill Cemetery, Oklahoma City, OK
Obituary: 14 Feb 1938, Daily Oklahoman
 
Notes for Flora Amelia Millard:
OBITUARY: 04/23/1964; p.27
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Mrs. Flora Griffy, 92, of 702 W Hill, died Wednesday in an Oklahoma City Hospital. Services will be at 11 a.m. Friday in St. Luke's Methodist Church with burial in Rose Hill Cemetery directed by Hahn-Cook Funeral Home.
Mrs. Griffy was born in Little Rock and came to Oklahoma in 1920. She was a member of St. Luke's Methodist Church.
Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. C. A. Ingraham of the home, and Mrs. R. D. Cravens 5910 Avondale; three sons, Henry, 5909 N Pennsylvania; Elbridge jr., 3216 NW 59, and Judson, 1739 NW 11.
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1910 census - 6 children born - 5 still living
Father: Adoniram Judson Millard b: Nov 1830 in NY d. bet 1910 - 1920 AR
Mother: Jane Hosscraft? b: Oct 1839 in ENGLAND Immigration 1848 d. bet 1910 - 1920 AR
in 1900 - 7 children born 6 still living
 More About Flora Amelia Millard:
Burial: 24 Apr 1964, Rose Hill Cemetery, Oklahoma City, OK
Obituary: 23 Apr 1964, Daily Oklahoman

 

Children of Elbridge Griffy and Flora Millard are:

10 i. Judson Harmon Griffy, born 04 Jul 1894 in Little Rock, Pulaski Co, AR; died 11 Apr 1976 in Oklahoma City, OK; married Dicie Johnston 29 Oct 1917 in Little Rock, Pulaski Co, AR.

ii. Cameron Griffy149,150,151,152, born 12 Nov 1896 in Little Rock, Pulaski Co, AR; died 16 Sep 1957 in Oklahoma City, OK.

Notes for Cameron Griffy:
OBITUARY: 09/17/1957; p. 27
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Services for Cameron Griffy, 60, of 811 NW 35, are set for 10:30 a.m. Wednesday in the Smith & Kernke funeral chapel, with interment at Rose Hill burial park.
Griffy died Monday at his home. He was born Nov 12, 1896, at Little Rock, Ark., and had lived here about 30 years, moving from Muskogee.
Past president of the Combined Specialty club, he belonged to the Boston Terrier club, and had been an employe of New State Laundry for 30 years. Griffy belonged to St. Luke's Methodist church.
He is survived by his wife, Kodie, of the home; his mother, Mrs. E. Griffy, 702 Hill,; three brothers, J. H. 1739 NW 11; Elbridge, 3216 NW 69, and Henry, 3333 NW 28, and two sisters, Mrs. C. A. Ingraham, 702 Hill, and Mrs. R. D. Cravens, 13401 N Pennsylvania.
More About Cameron Griffy:
Burial: 18 Sep 1957, Rose Hill Cemetery, Oklahoma City, OK
Obituary: 17 Sep 1957, Daily Oklahoman

iii. Ida May Griffy153,154,155, born 24 May 1899 in Little Rock, Pulaski Co, AR; died 02 Jan 1992 in Oklahoma City, OK.

Notes for Ida May Griffy:
OBITUARY: 01/04/1992; p.10
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CRAVENS Ida May (Mollie), passed away on January 2, 1992. Mollie Cravens was born May 24, 1899, in Little Rock, Arkansas. She was preceded in death by her husband, R.D. Cravens, whom she married on September 29, 1918, in Magazine, Arkansas. They moved to Oklahoma City in 1926, and were active in the real estate, mortgage banking, and cattle business. She was a member of St. Luke's United Methodist Church since 1926, having served as a member of the Building Committee for the present church facility. She was a member of the Twentieth Century Club, the Blue Flowers Garden Club, the Arts and Decorations Club, the Book Mark Club, and Oklahoma City Golf and Country Club. Mollie Cravens is survived by 2 daughters ; 5 grandchildren. She is survived by eight great grandchildren. She is also survived by her sister, Elmira Ingraham; brother and sister-in-law, Henry and Mamie Griffy; sisters-in-law, Dicie Griffy and Kodie Griffy; and her faithful and loyal friend, Elizabeth Rhynehart. Services will be held at 11:00 a.m. Saturday, January 4, 1992, at St. Luke's United Methodist Church with interment following at Rose Hill Cemetery. In lieu of flowers , the family suggests that memorials be made to St. Luke's United Methodist Church Foundation in Oklahoma City.
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Spouse: Robert D. Cravens( b: 22 Jun 1897 in Magazine, AR) Married: 28 Sep 1918 in Magazine, AR.
More About Ida May Griffy:
Burial: 04 Jan 1992, Rose Hill Cemetery, Oklahoma City, OK
Obituary: 04 Jan 1992, Daily Oklahoman

iv. Helen Mildred Griffy156, born 28 Jan 1902 in Little Rock, Pulaski Co, AR; died 18 May 1904 in Little Rock, Pulaski Co, AR.

v. Elbridge Griffy157,158,159, born 29 Apr 1905 in Little Rock, Pulaski Co, AR; died 31 Oct 1968 in Oklahoma City, OK; married Mamie Hastings Ruark 09 Jul 1927 in Oklahoma City, OK; born 17 Jul 1908 in Weatherford, Custer Co, OK; died 20 Apr 1995 in Oklahoma City, OK.

Notes for Elbridge Griffy:
OBITUARY: 11/01/1968; p. 75
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Elbridge "Doc" Griffy, 63, of 3216 NW 69, died Thursday in St. Anthony Hospital. He was a partner an executive vie president of Oklahoma Electrical Supply Co.
Services will be at 10:30 a.m. Saturday in the Village United Methodist Church with burial in Rose Hill Cemetery directed by Guardian Funeral Home.
More About Elbridge Griffy:
Burial: 02 Nov 1968, Rose Hill Cemetery, Oklahoma City, OK
Obituary: 01 Nov 1968, Daily Oklahoman
 
Notes for Mamie Hastings Ruark:
OBITUARY: 04/22/1995; p. 35
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GRIFFY Mamie Ruark. The family of Mamie Ruark Griffy, celebrates her life and mourns her death. Born in Weatherford, Ok., July 17, 1908 and died in Oklahoma City April 20, 1995. Mamie is survived by her second husband, Henry C. Griffy; three children. Also nine loving grandchildren. She is also survived by her niece. She was orphaned at an early age, arriving in Oklahoma City at fifteen years of age, and found shelter, food and inspiration in the homes of H.V. Byler and also with the Gunter family, where she provided child care and services in exchange for their love. The Bylers were known as grandparents to her children. Graduating from Central High School in Oklahoma City, she attended Oklahoma City University. While employed as a cashier at a bank in Oklahoma City, she met Elbridge Griffy, Jr. They fell in love and were married February 9, 1927. She was predeceased by two brothers and two sisters. She spent her life doing for others and providing for her family, including the hard times of the Great Depression, where she made the most out of very little for her family. She was a leader in her children's schools, Demol ays, etc. and was nationally recognized for her work. She supported her sister, Dorotha Ruark Ford, all of her life, suffering curvature of the spine from physically supporting her sister's body which had been badly crippled by polio at an early age. She supported her husband in every way, in his career which ended with his death in 1968. He was Vice President of the Oklahoma Electrical Supply Co. and she was involved. Six years after "Doc's" death, Mamie and "Doc's" younger brother were married on Valentine's Day, 1974. Her marriage to "Uncle-Grandad Henry" was a source of joy to all her offspring for 21 wonderful years, as they traveled, motor-homed across the country, and fully enjoyed each other. Services will be 11:00 a.m. Saturday morning, April 22, 1995 at Hahn-Cook/Street & Draper Chapel, 6006 N.W. Grand Blvd. (near 63rd & Western) with interment following at Rose Hill Burial Park. Oklahoma Christian Home is chosen as appropriate for memorials, as are your favorite charity.
More About Mamie Hastings Ruark:
Burial: 22 Apr 1995, Rose Hill Cemetery, Oklahoma City, OK
Obituary: 22 Apr 1995, Daily Oklahoman

vi. Elmira Griffy160,161,162, born 04 Sep 1907 in Little Rock, Pulaski Co, AR; died 29 Apr 2003 in Oklahoma City, OK.

Notes for Elmira Griffy:
OBITUARY: 05/01/2003; p.17A
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Elmira Ingraham, 95 yrs old of Harrah, Oklahoma, died after a short illness April 29, 2003. Elmira was born September 4, 1907 in Pulaski County, Little Rock, Arkansas. Her parents were Elbridge and Flora Griffy. Elmira lived in Oklahoma City for many years moving to Harrah, Oklahoma five years ago. Elmira was the anchor of her family. She taught us all about courage, honesty and loyalty. Her advice and counsel was always available to those of us who asked. Elmira's wisdom was sought by all she could always be trusted to give you solid advice and in times of trouble she was often the light at the end of the tunnel. Elmira will be missed by all she leaves this world a better place. Her legacy will continue through the ones she has left behind. Elmira was preceded in death by her husband Cleo and daughter Myra Louise. She is survived by her son, 2 grandsons, five great grandchildren, brother Henry of Oklahoma City and numerous nieces and nephews. Graveside Services will be 2:00 Friday, May 2, 2003 at Rose Hill Burial Park.
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Spouse: Cleo Antonfos Ingraham b: 26 Feb 1907 in Spring City, MO. Married: 15 Jul 1933 in Oklahoma City, OK.
More About Elmira Griffy:
Burial: 02 May 2003, Rose Hill Cemetery, Oklahoma City, OK
Obituary: 01 May 2003, Daily Oklahoman

vii. Henry C. Griffy163,164, born 14 Jul 1911 in Little Rock, Pulaski Co, AR; died 23 May 2001 in Oklahoma City, OK; married (1) Elaine Dorothy Shaffer 05 Oct 1935 in Oklahoma City, OK; born 1914 in Oklahoma City, OK; died 23 Jan 1973 in Oklahoma City, OK; married (2) Mamie Hastings Ruark 14 Feb 1974 in Oklahoma City, OK; born 17 Jul 1908 in Weatherford, Custer Co, OK; died 20 Apr 1995 in Oklahoma City, OK.

Notes for Henry C. Griffy:
OBITUARY: 05/25/2001; p.13A
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Henry C. Griffy departed this life on Sunday, May 23, 2004. He was born July 14, 1911, in Little Rock, AR. Henry was the youngest of nine siblings and was especially proud of an article in the Oklahoma City newspaper that identified him and his sister, Elmira, as having the greatest number of years between the current date and the date of their parents' birth. He lived in Little Rock and Magazine, AR, and Muskogee, OK, before graduating from Classen High School in Oklahoma City. He went on to attend the University of Oklahoma. Henry was a member of St. Luke's United Methodist Church in Oklahoma City since 1927. On October 5, 1935, he and Elaine Sheffer were married for 38 years until her death. He and Elaine enjoyed photography and traveling. Henry was a Master Mechanic for Rineheart & Donovan and was involved in the construction of many significant structures in Oklahoma. During WWII, he was a civilian employee for the Army Air Corps and one of the first certified airplane mechanics in Oklahoma. After the war, Henry was the owner of Griffy's Sinclair Service at 41st Street and Santa Fe in Oklahoma City. After Elaine's death, he married Marnie Ruark on Valentine's Day in 1974. They traveled extensively and especially enjoyed their cruises to Alaska, the Caribbean and through the Panama Canal. He grew to enjoy his stepchildren, grandchildren, great grandchildren, and granddog. Mamie predeceased him on April 20, 1995. He is survived by three stepchildren and their spouses; ten grandchildren; four great grandchildren; seven nieces and nephews, many of whom he grew up with; a host of great nieces and nephews; great great nieces and nephews, and great great great nieces and nephews. He very much appreciated the efforts of his friend, Rosie Riley, in providing support during his last years and the staff at Bellevue Nursing Center. A graveside service will be held at 11:30 am, Wednesday, May 26, 2004, at Rose Hill Burial Park. SMITH & KERNKE 14624 N. MAY AVE
More About Henry C. Griffy:
Burial: 26 May 2004, Rose Hill Cemetery, Oklahoma City, OK
Obituary: 25 May 2001, Daily Oklahoman
 
Notes for Mamie Hastings Ruark:
OBITUARY: 04/22/1995; p. 35
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GRIFFY Mamie Ruark. The family of Mamie Ruark Griffy, celebrates her life and mourns her death. Born in Weatherford, Ok., July 17, 1908 and died in Oklahoma City April 20, 1995.   She was orphaned at an early age, arriving in Oklahoma City at fifteen years of age, and found shelter, food and inspiration in the homes of H.V. Byler and also with the Gunter family, where she provided child care and services in exchange for their love. The Bylers were known as grandparents to her children. Graduating from Central High School in Oklahoma City, she attended Oklahoma City University. While employed as a cashier at a bank in Oklahoma City, she met Elbridge Griffy, Jr. They fell in love and were married February 9, 1927. She was predeceased by two brothers and two sisters. She spent her life doing for others and providing for her family, including the hard times of the Great Depression, where she made the most out of very little for her family. She was a leader in her children's schools, Demol ays, etc. and was nationally recognized for her work. She supported her sister, Dorotha Ruark Ford, all of her life, suffering curvature of the spine from physically supporting her sister's body which had been badly crippled by polio at an early age. She supported her husband in every way, in his career which ended with his death in 1968. He was Vice President of the Oklahoma Electrical Supply Co. and she was involved. Six years after "Doc's" death, Mamie and "Doc's" younger brother were married on Valentine's Day, 1974. Her marriage to "Uncle-Grandad Henry" was a source of joy to all her offspring for 21 wonderful years, as they traveled, motor-homed across the country, and fully enjoyed each other. Services will be 11:00 a.m. Saturday morning, April 22, 1995 at Hahn-Cook/Street & Draper Chapel, 6006 N.W. Grand Blvd. (near 63rd & Western) with interment following at Rose Hill Burial Park. Oklahoma Christian Home is chosen as appropriate for memorials, as are your favorite charity.
More About Mamie Hastings Ruark:
Burial: 22 Apr 1995, Rose Hill Cemetery, Oklahoma City, OK
Obituary: 22 Apr 1995, Daily Oklahoman

 

 

24. Albion Keith Parris Harmon II165,166,167,168,169,170, born 02 Aug 1857 in CA; died 01 May 1923 in Oakland, Alameda Co, CA. He was the son of 48. Albion Keith Parris Harmon and 49. Marietta Randall. He married 25. Elizabeth Cora Derby 01 Jun 1882 in Fruitvale, Alameda Co, CA171 

25. Elizabeth Cora Derby172,173,174,175,176,177, born 02 Aug 1860 in Fruitvale, Alameda Co, CA; died 06 Feb 1945 in Oakland, Alameda Co, CA178 

More About Albion Keith Parris Harmon II:
Burial: Mountain View Cemetery, Oakland, Alameda Co, CA179
 
Notes for Elizabeth Cora Derby:
1900 census - 4 children born - 4 still living
CDI - Mother's maiden name KEYS
Father: Edward Monroe Derby b: 7 APR 1828 in MA d: 30 AUG 1883 in Fruitvale, Alameda Co, CA married 4 SEP 1853 in Townsend, MA
Mother: Nancy Maria Kayser b: 8 APR 1830 in Lunenburg, Worcester, MA 29 OCT 1909 in Fruitvale, Alameda Co, CA
- 4 children born 4 still living in 1900
 More About Elizabeth Cora Derby:
Burial: Mountain View Cemetery, Oakland, Alameda Co, CA179

 

Children of Albion Harmon and Elizabeth Derby are:

12 i. Albion Keith Parris Harmon III, born 14 Mar 1883 in CA; died 01 May 1946 in Alameda Co, CA; married Grace L. Stalder 1910 in CA.

ii. Elma A. Harmon180, born 30 Mar 1883 in CA; died 16 Jul 1953 in Contra Costa Co, CA181

Notes for Elma A. Harmon:
Mrs. Charles Howard

iii. Edith M. Harmon182,183, born 29 Sep 1885 in CA; died 29 Nov 1972 in Alameda Co, CA184

Notes for Edith M. Harmon:
Mrs. Edith Whipple

iv. Edward D. Harmon185,186,187, born 29 Sep 1888 in CA; died 02 Dec 1961 in Fresno Co, CA188

 

 
Generation No. 6

 

36. Hermann Gerd Hinrich Seaba189,190,191, born 05 Feb 1834 in Zeven, GERMANY; died 24 Jun 1884 in German Twp, Keokuk Co, IA. He married 37. Maria Wallerich 11 Sep 1859 in German Twp, Keokuk Co, IA.

37. Maria Wallerich192,193,194, born 11 Sep 1839 in Mullenbach, Rheinland, PRUSSIA; died Bet. 1880 - 1929 in IA?.

Notes for Hermann Gerd Hinrich Seaba:
1880 Census:
Herman Leaby    45 Prussia
Mary Leaby      40 Prussia
John Leaby      19 IA - 1861
Henry Leaby     17 IA - 1863
Mina Leaby      16 IA - 1864
William         13 IA - 1867
Herman Leaby    11 IA - 1869
Elisabeth Leaby 10 IA
Georg Leaby      7 IA
 More About Hermann Gerd Hinrich Seaba:
Burial: Bethel Cemetery, Plank Twp, Keokuk Co, IA

 

Child of Hermann Seaba and Maria Wallerich is:

18 i. John Dietrich Seaba, born 20 Jan 1861 in Keokuk Co, IA; died 21 Dec 1910 in Lincoln Co, OK; married Eva Mitchell 13 Dec 1886 in IA.

 

 

40. Theodore Judson Griffy195,196,197,198, born Apr 1831 in KY; died 1907 in Little Rock, Pulaski Co, AR. He married 41. Sarah Hamilton 1855 in AR.

41. Sarah Hamilton199,200,201,202, born Feb 1837 in GA; died 1909 in Little Rock, Pulaski Co, AR.

More About Theodore Judson Griffy:
Burial: Oakland Cemetery, Little Rock, Pulaski Co, AR
Notes for Sarah Hamilton:
Mother and Father born NC
1900 census 5 children born - 5 still living
 
More About Sarah Hamilton:
Burial: Oakland Cemetery, Little Rock, Pulaski Co, AR

 

Children of Theodore Griffy and Sarah Hamilton are:

20 i. Elbridge Griffy, born 20 Oct 1853 in Pulaski Co, AR; died 12 Feb 1938 in Oklahoma City, OK; married Flora Amelia Millard 05 Sep 1893 in Little Rock, Pulaski Co, AR.

ii. Zuleika Griffy203,204,205,206,207,208,209, born Nov 1859 in Pulaski Co, AR; died Bet. 1938 - 1949 in CT.

Notes for Zuleika Griffy:
Spouse: Valentine H. Wickersham married 29 May 1888 Pulaski Co. AR

iii. Sarah Griffy210,211,212,213,214,215, born Nov 1863 in Pulaski Co, AR; died Bet. 1938 - 1953 in AR.

Notes for Sarah Griffy:
Spouse: Frederick W. Kidd b. July 1867 MI d. bet 1920 - 1930 in AR m. 1889 in AR

iv. William Griffy216,217,218,219,220, born May 1867 in Pulaski Co, AR; died Bet. 1920 - 1960 in Floyd Co, IN.

Notes for William Griffy:
Spouse: Lillian ?  Marriage: < 1891> <, Floyd, Indiana> died bet 1910 - 1920

v. Florence E. Griffy221,222,223,224,225,226, born Oct 1869 in Pulaski Co, AR; died Bet. 1938 - 1959 in TX.

Notes for Florence E. Griffy:
Spouse 1: Charles J. Millard (b. Apr 1868 in AR) married 1889 in AR
Spouse 2: Eliott E. Hunter married bet 1900 - 1910 in AR
1900 census - 4 children born - 3 still living
1910 census - 3 children born - 3 still living

 

 

48. Albion Keith Parris Harmon227,228,229,230, born 1822 in ME; died 1896 in Alameda Co, CA. He married 49. Marietta Randall 1853 in ME.

49. Marietta Randall231,232,233, born 1820 in ME; died 09 Nov 1876 in Alameda Co, CA.

Notes for Albion Keith Parris Harmon:
Lumber and shipping magnate. Donated University of California's first gymnasium.
Mother and Father born ME
More About Albion Keith Parris Harmon:
Burial: Mountain View Cemetery, Oakland, Alameda Co, CA234
Occupation: Bet. 1870 - 1880, Pres. Mining Co.
 
Notes for Marietta Randall:
1850 census - couple is living with Sarah Randall
 More About Marietta Randall:
Burial: Mountain View Cemetery, Oakland, Alameda Co, CA234

 

Children of Albion Harmon and Marietta Randall are:

i. Marietta Harmon235,236,237,238,239,240,241, born Jun 1848 in ME; died Feb 1930 in Alameda Co, CA.

Notes for Marietta Harmon:
Spouse George C. Edwards - married 1879 - he was born 1853 died in 1930
1910 census - 4 children born 3 still living
More About Marietta Harmon:
Burial: Mountain View Cemetery, Oakland, Alameda Co, CA242

24 ii. Albion Keith Parris Harmon II, born 02 Aug 1857 in CA; died 01 May 1923 in Oakland, Alameda Co, CA; married Elizabeth Cora Derby 01 Jun 1882 in Fruitvale, Alameda Co, CA.

 

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98. Census 1930 - KS - Sodville, Ford Co; p.2B; ROLL: 702; ED: 20
99. Census 1860 - IA - German, Keokuk Co; p.312; ROLL: M653_329
100. Census 1870 - IA - German, Keokuk Co; p.320; ROLL: M593_402
101. Census 1880 - IA - German, Keokuk Co; p.80A; ROLL: T9_348; ED: 152
102. Census 1900 - OK - Pawnee, Lincoln Co; p.10B; ROLL: T623_1339; ED: 127
103. Census 1910 - OK - Pawnee, Lincoln Co; p.8A; ROLL: T624_1259; ED: 107
104. Census 1900 - OK - Pawnee, Lincoln Co; p.10B; ROLL: T623_1339; ED: 127
105. Census 1910 - OK - Pawnee, Lincoln Co; p.8A; ROLL: T624_1259; ED: 107
106. Census 1920 - OK - Pawnee, Lincoln Co; p.5B; ROLL: T625_1469; ED: 123
107. Census 1930 - OK - Pawnee, Lincoln Co; p.8A; ROLL: 1911; ED: 30
108. Census 1900 - OK - Pawnee, Lincoln Co; p.10B; ROLL: T623_1339; ED: 127
109. Census 1910 - OK - Kingfisher Ward 1, Kingfisher Co; p.6B; ROLL: T624_1256; ED: 84
110. Census 1930 - OK - Pawnee, Lincoln Co; p.8A; ROLL: 1911; ED: 30
111. ROOTSWEB, "Electronic."
112. Census 1900 - OK - Pawnee, Lincoln Co; p.10B; ROLL: T623_1339; ED: 127
113. Census 1910 - OK - Pawnee, Lincoln Co; p.8A; ROLL: T624_1259; ED: 107
114. Census 1920 - OK - Pawnee, Lincoln Co; p.5B; ROLL: T625_1469; ED: 123
115. Census 1930 - OK - Cushing, Payne Co; p.9A; ROLL: 1925; ED: 8
116. Social Security Death Index (SSDI), (ROOTSWEB), "Electronic."
117. Census 1900 - OK - Pawnee, Lincoln Co; p.10B; ROLL: T623_1339; ED: 127
118. Census 1910 - OK - Pawnee, Lincoln Co; p.8A; ROLL: T624_1259; ED: 107
119. Census 1920 - OK - Pawnee, Lincoln Co; p.5B; ROLL: T625_1469; ED: 123
120. Social Security Death Index (SSDI), (ROOTSWEB), "Electronic."
121. ROOTSWEB, "Electronic."
122. Census 1900 - OK - Pawnee, Lincoln Co; p.10B; ROLL: T623_1339; ED: 127
123. Census 1910 - OK - Pawnee, Lincoln Co; p.8A; ROLL: T624_1259; ED: 107
124. Census 1920 - OK - Pawnee, Lincoln Co; p.5B; ROLL: T625_1469; ED: 123
125. Census 1930 - OK - McKinley, Lincoln Co; p.6A; ROLL: 1911; ED: 19
126. Social Security Death Index (SSDI), (ROOTSWEB), "Electronic."
127. Find A Grave, "Electronic."
128. Census 1900 - OK - Pawnee, Lincoln Co; p.10B; ROLL: T623_1339; ED: 127
129. Census 1910 - OK - Pawnee, Lincoln Co; p.8A; ROLL: T624_1259; ED: 107
130. Census 1920 - OK - North Osage, Lincoln Co; p.7B; ROLL: T625_1469; ED: 119
131. Census 1930 - OK - Otoe, Lincoln Co; p.2B; ROLL: 1911; ED: 29
132. Census 1910 - OK - Pawnee, Lincoln Co; p.8A; ROLL: T624_1259; ED: 107
133. Census 1920 - OK - Sulphur Ward 1, Murray Co; p.11A; ROLL: T625_1475; ED: 93
134. Census 1930 - OK - Shawnee, Pottawatomie Co; p.30B; ROLL: 1928; ED: 50
135. Census 1910 - OK - Pawnee, Lincoln Co; p.8A; ROLL: T624_1259; ED: 107
136. Census 1920 - OK - Pawnee, Lincoln Co; p.5B; ROLL: T625_1469; ED: 123
137. Census 1930 - OK - Pawnee, Lincoln Co; p.8A; ROLL: 1911; ED: 30
138. Census 1860 - AR - Lewisburg, Conway Co; p.443; ROLL: M653_39
139. Census 1870 - AR - Pyeatt, Pulaski Co; p.376; ROLL: M593_62
140. Census 1880 - AR - Pyeatt, Pulaski Co; p.511B; ROLL: T9_55; ED: 155
141. Census 1900 - AR - Little Rock Ward 3, Pulaski Co; p.17A; ROLL: T623_73; ED: 78
142. Census 1910 - AR - Little Rock Ward 3, Pulaski Co; p.15A; ROLL: T624_62; ED: 116
143. Census 1920 - AR - Revilee, Logan Co; p.9A; ROLL: T625_71; ED: 54
144. Census 1930 - OK - Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Co; p.12B; ROLL: 1918; ED: 32
145. Census 1900 - AR - Little Rock Ward 3, Pulaski Co; p.17A; ROLL: T623_73; ED: 78
146. Census 1910 - AR - Little Rock Ward 3, Pulaski Co; p.15A; ROLL: T624_62; ED: 116
147. Census 1920 - AR - Revilee, Logan Co; p.9A; ROLL: T625_71; ED: 54
148. Census 1930 - OK - Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Co; p.12B; ROLL: 1918; ED: 32
149. Census 1900 - AR - Little Rock Ward 3, Pulaski Co; p.17A; ROLL: T623_73; ED: 78
150. Census 1910 - AR - Little Rock Ward 3, Pulaski Co; p.15A; ROLL: T624_62; ED: 116
151. Census 1920 - MO - St Louis Ward 6, St Louis (Independent City) Co; p.6A; ROLL: T625_950; ED: 113
152. Census 1930 - OK - Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Co; p.14A; ROLL: 1918; ED: 31
153. Census 1900 - AR - Little Rock Ward 3, Pulaski Co; p.17A; ROLL: T623_73; ED: 78
154. Census 1910 - AR - Little Rock Ward 3, Pulaski Co; p.15A; ROLL: T624_62; ED: 116
155. Census 1930 - OK - Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Co; p.8B; ROLL: 1918; ED: 32
156. ROOTSWEB, "Electronic."
157. Census 1910 - AR - Little Rock Ward 3, Pulaski Co; p.15A; ROLL: T624_62; ED: 116
158. Census 1920 - AR - Revilee, Logan Co; p.9A; ROLL: T625_71; ED: 54
159. Census 1930 - OK - Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Co; p.9B; ROLL: 1918; ED: 32.
160. Census 1910 - AR - Little Rock Ward 3, Pulaski Co; p.15A; ROLL: T624_62; ED: 116
161. Census 1920 - AR - Revilee, Logan Co; p.9A; ROLL: T625_71; ED: 54
162. Census 1930 - OK - Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Co; p.12B; ROLL: 1918; ED: 32
163. Census 1920 - AR - Revilee, Logan Co; p.9A; ROLL: T625_71; ED: 54
164. Census 1930 - OK - Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Co; p.12B; ROLL: 1918; ED: 32
165. Census 1860 - CA - Sacramento Ward 2, Sacramento Co; p.103; M653_63
166. Census 1870 - CA - San Francisco Ward 9, San Francisco Co; p.115; M593_83
167. Census 1880 - CA - Oakland, Alameda Co; p.139C; ROLL: T9_61; ED: 7
168. Census 1900 - CA - Fruitvale Precinct 1, Alameda Co; p.3A; ROLL: T623_81; ED: 324
169. Census 1910 - CA - Oakland Ward 7, Alameda Co; p.1B; ROLL: T624_71; ED: 21
170. Census 1920 - CA - Oakland, Alameda Co; p.1B; ROLL: T625_90; ED: 125
171. LDS FamilySearch International Genealogical Index, "Electronic."
172. Census 1870 - CA - Brooklyn, Alameda Co; p.40; ROLL: M593_68
173. Census 1880 - CA - Brooklyn, Alameda Co; p.594A; ROLL: T9_62; ED: 28
174. Census 1900 - CA - Fruitvale Precinct 1, Alameda Co; p.3A; ROLL: T623_81; ED: 324
175. Census 1910 - CA - Oakland Ward 7, Alameda Co; p.1B; ROLL: T624_71; ED: 21
176. Census 1920 - CA - Oakland, Alameda Co; p.1B; ROLL: T625_90; ED: 125
177. Census 1930 - CA - Oakland, Alameda Co; p.1A; ROLL: 108; ED: 203
178. California Death Index, (ROOTSWEB), "Electronic."
179. Find A Grave, "Electronic."
180. Census 1900 - CA - Fruitvale Precinct 1, Alameda Co; p.3A; ROLL: T623_81; ED: 324
181. California Death Index, (ROOTSWEB), "Electronic."
182. Census 1900 - CA - Fruitvale Precinct 1, Alameda Co; p.3A; ROLL: T623_81; ED: 324
183. Census 1910 - CA - Oakland Ward 7, Alameda Co; p.1B; ROLL: T624_71; ED: 21
184. California Death Index, (ROOTSWEB), "Electronic."
185. Census 1900 - CA - Fruitvale Precinct 1, Alameda Co; p.3A; ROLL: T623_81; ED: 324
186. Census 1910 - CA - Oakland Ward 7, Alameda Co; p.1B; ROLL: T624_71; ED: 21
187. Census 1920 - CA - Oakland, Alameda Co; p.2A; ROLL: T625_90; ED: 125
188. California Death Index, (ROOTSWEB), "Electronic."
189. Census 1860 - IA - German, Keokuk Co; p.312; ROLL: M653_329
190. Census 1870 - IA - German, Keokuk Co; p.320; ROLL: M593_402
191. Census 1880 - IA - German, Keokuk Co; p.80A; ROLL: T9_348; ED: 152
192. Census 1860 - IA - German, Keokuk Co; p.312; ROLL: M653_329
193. Census 1870 - IA - German, Keokuk Co; p.320; ROLL: M593_402
194. Census 1880 - IA - German, Keokuk Co; p.80A; ROLL: T9_348; ED: 152
195. Census 1860 - AR - Lewisburg, Conway Co; p.443; ROLL: M653_39
196. Census 1870 - AR - Pyeatt, Pulaski Co; p.376; ROLL: M593_62
197. Census 1880 - AR - Little Rock, Pulaski Co; p.308A; ROLL: T9_54; ED: 143
198. Census 1900 - AR - Little Rock Ward 3, Pulaski Co; p.17A; ROLL: T623_73; ED: 78
199. Census 1860 - AR - Lewisburg, Conway Co; p.443; ROLL: M653_39
200. Census 1870 - AR - Pyeatt, Pulaski Co; p.376; ROLL: M593_62
201. Census 1880 - AR - Little Rock, Pulaski Co; p.308A; ROLL: T9_54; ED: 143
202. Census 1900 - AR - Little Rock Ward 3, Pulaski Co; p.17A; ROLL: T623_73; ED: 78
203. Census 1860 - AR - Lewisburg, Conway Co; p.443; ROLL: M653_39
204. Census 1870 - AR - Pyeatt, Pulaski Co; p.376; ROLL: M593_62
205. Census 1880 - AR - Little Rock, Pulaski Co; p.308A; ROLL: T9_54; ED: 143
206. Census 1900 - AR - Little Rock Ward 3, Pulaski Co; p.17A; ROLL: T623_73; ED: 78
207. Census 1910 - AR - Little Rock Ward 2, Pulaski Co; p.14A; ROLL: T624_62; ED: 109
208. Census 1920 - CT - Hartford Ward 1, Hartford Co; p.6B; ROLL: T625_182; ED: 51
209. Census 1930 - CT - Hartford, Hartford Co; p.21A; ROLL: 265; ED: 78
210. Census 1870 - AR - Pyeatt, Pulaski Co; p.376; ROLL: M593_62
211. Census 1880 - AR - Little Rock, Pulaski Co; p.308A; ROLL: T9_54; ED: 143
212. Census 1900 - AR - Van Buren, Crawford Co; p.21A; ROLL: T623_56; ED: 63
213. Census 1910 - AR - Van Buren Ward 2, Crawford Co; p.27A; ROLL: T624_48; ED: 16
214. Census 1920 - AR - Van Buren, Crawford Co; p.7B; ROLL: T625_59; ED: 177
215. Census 1930 - AR - Van Buren, Crawford Co; p.20A; ROLL: 71; ED: 30
216. Census 1870 - AR - Pyeatt, Pulaski Co; p.376; ROLL: M593_62
217. Census 1880 - AR - Little Rock, Pulaski Co; p.308A; ROLL: T9_54; ED: 143
218. Census 1900 - IN - New Albany, Floyd Co; p.7B; ROLL: T623_371; ED: 59
219. Census 1910 - IN - New Albany, Floyd Co; p.17B; ROLL: T6243_348; ED: 66
220. Census 1920 - IN - New Albany Ward 7, Floyd Co; p.6A; ROLL: T625_429; ED: 85
221. Census 1870 - AR - Pyeatt, Pulaski Co; p.376; ROLL: M593_62
222. Census 1880 - AR - Little Rock, Pulaski Co; p.308A; ROLL: T9_54; ED: 143
223. Census 1900 - AR - Little Rock Ward 3, Pulaski Co; p.16B; ROLL: T623_73; ED: 78
224. Census 1910 - AR - Big Rock, Pulaski Co; p.5A; ROLL: T624_62; ED: 104
225. Census 1920 - TX - Dallas Precinct 90, Dallas Co; p.7A; ROLL: T625_1794; ED: 76
226. Census 1930 - TX - Dallas, Dallas Co; p.37A; ROLL: 2320; ED: 92
227. Census 1850 - ME - Portland Ward 7, Cumberland Co; p.264; M432_252
228. Census 1860 - CA - Sacramento Ward 2, Sacramento Co; p.103; M653_63
229. Census 1870 - CA - San Francisco Ward 9, San Francisco Co; p.115; M593_83
230. Census 1880 - CA - Oakland, Alameda Co; p.139C; ROLL: T9_61; ED: 7
231. Census 1850 - ME - Portland Ward 7, Cumberland Co; p.264; M432_252
232. Census 1860 - CA - Sacramento Ward 2, Sacramento Co; p.103; M653_63
233. Census 1870 - CA - San Francisco Ward 9, San Francisco Co; p.115; M593_83
234. Find A Grave, "Electronic."
235. Census 1850 - ME - Portland Ward 7, Cumberland Co; p.264; M432_252
236. Census 1860 - CA - Sacramento Ward 2, Sacramento Co; p.103; M653_63
237. Census 1870 - CA - San Francisco Ward 9, San Francisco Co; p.115; M593_83
238. Census 1880 - CA - Oakland, Alameda Co; p.139C; ROLL: T9_61; ED: 7
239. Census 1900 - CA - Oakland Ward 5, Alameda Co; p.3B; ROLL: T623_82; ED: 368
240. Census 1910 - CA - Berkely, Alameda Co; p.15A; ROLL: T624_72; ED: 65
241. Census 1920 - CA - Berkeley, Alameda Co; p.16B; ROLL: T625_92; ED: 177
242. Find A Grave, "Electronic."
 
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