Mrs Kathleen (Unknown) Fanning1

ID #37501
Biography:
  • Last Edited: 22 Mar 2017

Sources of Information

  1. [S5116] Find A Grave: Lynchburg City Cemetery, Lynchburg , Tennessee , Herby Middleton Fanning, created by Jesse R Mitchell, added Mar 2011, memorial number 67432290.
  2. [S204] Assumption of Researcher,.

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Gary Fanning1

ID #37502, (1932-2004)

Guy Fanning
1932-2004

Family: Clara Gayle Underwood b. 11 Jun 1934, d. 25 Dec 2000

Biography:
  • Gary Fanning was born on 17 Jul 1932, in Bakersfield, California.1
  • Gary was born when his mother Pauline was still married to Herbie Fanning, so he had the last name of Fanning even though his father was Paul Maples.2
  • He was a worker on a ranch in South Dakota, and rode bulls in the rodeos.1
  • He married Clara Gayle Underwood on Sunday, 21 Feb 1960.3
    Garry Fanning
    Clara Gayle Underwood
    21 Feb 1960
  • He served in the US Army in Korea & Viet Nam.1
  • Possibly Gary had a second wife.3
  • Gary Fanning died on 9 Apr 2004 in Durham, North Carolina, at age 71.1
  • He was buried at the Lafayette Memorial Park in Fayetteville, North Carolina.1
  • Last Edited: 19 Jan 2017

Sources of Information

  1. [S5117] Find A Grave: Lafayette Memorial Park, Fayetteville , North Carolina , Guy Fanning, created by Diane Fanning, added Oct 2006, memorial number 16242156.
  2. [S2763] Find A Grave: Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Glendale), 1712 S Glendale Ave, Glendale , California , Pauline Nellie Eldredge, created by Diane Fanning, added Sep 2006, memorial number 15651073.
  3. [S5117] Find A Grave: Lafayette Memorial Park, Fayetteville , North Carolina , Clara Gayle Underwood Fanning, created by Diane Fanning, added Aug 2007, memorial number 21179788.

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Clara Gayle Underwood1

ID #37503, (1934-2000)

Family: Gary Fanning b. 17 Jul 1932, d. 9 Apr 2004

Biography:
  • Last Edited: 19 Jan 2017

Sources of Information

  1. [S5117] Find A Grave: Lafayette Memorial Park, Fayetteville , North Carolina , Clara Gayle Underwood Fanning, created by Diane Fanning, added Aug 2007, memorial number 21179788.

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Pat Maples1

ID #37504
Biography:
  • Last Edited: 15 Nov 2016

Sources of Information

  1. [S2763] Find A Grave: Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Glendale), 1712 S Glendale Ave, Glendale , California , Pauline Nellie Eldredge, created by Diane Fanning, added Sep 2006, memorial number 15651073.

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Virginia L Eldredge1

ID #37505
Biography:
  • Last Edited: 15 Nov 2016

Sources of Information

  1. [S2380] 1920 US Federal Census, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah, digital image Ancestry.com Operations Inc; National Archives micropublication, Roscoe G Eldredge head of household, Ward 1, roll T625, enumeration district 84, page 5A.

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Fay K Eldredge1

ID #37506
Biography:
  • Last Edited: 15 Nov 2016

Sources of Information

  1. [S2380] 1920 US Federal Census, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah, digital image Ancestry.com Operations Inc; National Archives micropublication, Roscoe G Eldredge head of household, Ward 1, roll T625, enumeration district 84, page 5A.

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Louis Garnet Eldredge1

ID #37507, (1912-1970)

Louis 'Red' Eldredge
1912-1970
Biography:
  • Louis Garnet Eldredge was born on 21 Sep 1912, in Utah.1,2
  • He appeared on the 1920 Federal Census of Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah in the household of his parents Roscoe Garnet Eldredge and Lucy.1
  • Louis served in WW II as a staff sergeant.2
  • Louis Garnet Eldredge died on 5 Jul 1970 at age 57.2
  • He was buried at the Westwood Cemetery in Westwood, California.2
  • Last Edited: 16 Nov 2016

Sources of Information

  1. [S2380] 1920 US Federal Census, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah, digital image Ancestry.com Operations Inc; National Archives micropublication, Roscoe G Eldredge head of household, Ward 1, roll T625, enumeration district 84, page 5A.
  2. [S5119] Find A Grave: Westwood Cemetery, Westwood , California , Louis G Eldredge, created by Ancestry Seeker, added Oct 2007, memorial number 22535743.

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Theodore R Eldredge1

ID #37508
Biography:
  • Last Edited: 15 Nov 2016

Sources of Information

  1. [S2380] 1920 US Federal Census, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah, digital image Ancestry.com Operations Inc; National Archives micropublication, Roscoe G Eldredge head of household, Ward 1, roll T625, enumeration district 84, page 5A.

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Nola R Eldredge1

ID #37509
Biography:
  • Last Edited: 15 Nov 2016

Sources of Information

  1. [S2380] 1920 US Federal Census, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah, digital image Ancestry.com Operations Inc; National Archives micropublication, Roscoe G Eldredge head of household, Ward 1, roll T625, enumeration district 84, page 5A.

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Max E Eldredge1

ID #37510, (1916-1957)
Biography:
  • Last Edited: 16 Nov 2016

Sources of Information

  1. [S2380] 1920 US Federal Census, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah, digital image Ancestry.com Operations Inc; National Archives micropublication, Roscoe G Eldredge head of household, Ward 1, roll T625, enumeration district 84, page 5A.
  2. [S5114] Find A Grave: North Kern Cemetery, Delano , California , Max E Eldredge, created by Diane Fanning, added Dec 2006, memorial number 170626574.
  3. [S5114] Find A Grave: North Kern Cemetery, Delano , California , Jeanne Frances Knowlton Eldredge, created by Diana Satterfield added Dec 2006, memorial number 17172669.

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Keith Clifford Eldredge1,2

ID #37511, (1918-1957)
Biography:
  • Last Edited: 9 Mar 2017

Sources of Information

  1. [S2380] 1920 US Federal Census, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah, digital image Ancestry.com Operations Inc; National Archives micropublication, Roscoe G Eldredge head of household, Ward 1, roll T625, enumeration district 84, page 5A.
  2. [S5120] Find A Grave: Colusa Community Cemetery, Colusa , California , Keith Clifford Eldredge, created by carrie bayless sibley, added Seo 2015, memorial number 152699962.

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Jeanne Frances Knowlton1

ID #37512, (1920-2006)

Jeanne Frances Knowlton Eldredge
1920-2006

Family: Max E Eldredge b. 25 Jun 1916, d. 12 Jun 1957

Biography:
  • Jeanne Frances Knowlton was born on 19 Jul 1920, in Roanoke, Indiana.1
  • Father: Otis Socrates Knowlton - Mother: Bertha Ethel Lawrence.1
  • Jeanne married Harry Milton Johnson. They had a daughter, Dorathy Jeanne, and were later divorced.1
  • She married Max E Eldredge, son of Roscoe Garnet Eldredge and Lucy Lina Rust, c 1952.1
  • After only 5 years of marriage Max died on 12 Jun 1957 in Tucson, Arizona, at age 40 leaving her a widow at age 36.2
  • She volunteered at the Genealogy Room at Beale Library & the Kern County Genealogical Society.1
  • Jeanne Frances Knowlton died on 15 Dec 2006 at age 86.1
  • She was buried at the North Kern Cemetery in Delano, California.1
  • An obituary was published in the the Bakersfield Californian, on 19 Dec 2006.1
  • To view the notice, please click here.1


    Jeanne Frances Eldredge
    1920 - 2006
    Jeanne Frances Eldredge July 19, 1920 - Dec. 15, 2006 Graveside services will be held for Jeanne F. Eldredge on Thursday, December 21st, at Delano-McFarland Cemetery, at 12:00 p.m. Born Jeanne Frances Knowlton on July 19, 1920 near Roanoke, Indiana. Her parents were Bertha Ethel Lawrence and Otis Socrates Knowlton. After graduating from Lafayette Central High School in 1938, she married Harry Milton Johnson and had a daughter, Dorathy Jeanne. After a divorce and moving to New Mexico, she met and married the love of her life, Max Eldredge. From this marriage came two children: Robert Louis and Susan Joanne. Max died after five years of marriage, leaving Jeanne to raise three children on her own. She worked many jobs, which whetted her appetite for education. When her younger children had graduated from high school and were in college, she deciced to go back to school, too. She eventually earned degrees from Bakersfield College and California State University, Bakersfield. After retirement, she devoted many volunteer hours to the Genealogy Room at Beale Library and to the Kern County Genealogical Society. She belonged to various other genealogical societies around the United States. She was a charter member of The Sixty+ Club at CSUB and volunteered in many of its subgroups. Viewing will be at Myers Chapel in Porterville, California from 3:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m., on Wednesday, December 20th. Burial will be on Thursday, December 21st, at 12:00 p.m., at Delano-McFarland Cemetery, North Kern Cemetery, next to Max. Survivors are daughters, Dee Jay Blaylock of Porterville, CA, Susan Chaidez and husband, Stan; son, Bob Eldredge, of Bakersfield, CA; grandchildren, Jill, Jeanna, Andrew, Jolie, Sarah, Max; 8 great-grandchildren and sister, Caroline Winters of Cincinnati, Ohio and numerous nieces and nephews. Predeceasing her are her parents, her sisters, Mary Renz and Helen Coulter and brother, Lawrence.

    Published in the Bakersfield Californian on 12/19/2006.
Jeanne Frances Eldredge
1920 - 2006

...After graduating from Lafayette Central High School in 1938, she married Harry Milton Johnson and had a daughter, Dorathy Jeanne. After a divorce and moving to New Mexico, she met and married the love of her life, Max Eldredge. From this marriage came two children: Robert Louis and Susan Joanne. Max died after five years of marriage, leaving Jeanne to raise three children on her own. She worked many jobs, which whetted her appetite for education. When her younger children had graduated from high school and were in college, she deciced to go back to school, too. She eventually earned degrees from Bakersfield College and California State University, Bakersfield. After retirement, she devoted many volunteer hours to the Genealogy Room at Beale Library and to the Kern County Genealogical Society. She belonged to various other genealogical societies around the United States...

Published in the Bakersfield Californian on 12/19/2006.1
  • Last Edited: 20 Nov 2016

Sources of Information

  1. [S5114] Find A Grave: North Kern Cemetery, Delano , California , Jeanne Frances Knowlton Eldredge, created by Diana Satterfield added Dec 2006, memorial number 17172669.
  2. [S5114] Find A Grave: North Kern Cemetery, Delano , California , Max E Eldredge, created by Diane Fanning, added Dec 2006, memorial number 170626574.

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Robert Louis Eldredge1

ID #37513
Biography:
  • Last Edited: 16 Nov 2016

Sources of Information

  1. [S5114] Find A Grave: North Kern Cemetery, Delano , California , Jeanne Frances Knowlton Eldredge, created by Diana Satterfield added Dec 2006, memorial number 17172669.

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Susan Joanne Eldredge1

ID #37514

Family: Stan Chaidez

Biography:
  • Last Edited: 22 Mar 2017

Sources of Information

  1. [S5114] Find A Grave: North Kern Cemetery, Delano , California , Jeanne Frances Knowlton Eldredge, created by Diana Satterfield added Dec 2006, memorial number 17172669.
  2. [S204] Assumption of Researcher,.

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Stan Chaidez1

ID #37515
Biography:
  • Last Edited: 22 Mar 2017

Sources of Information

  1. [S5114] Find A Grave: North Kern Cemetery, Delano , California , Jeanne Frances Knowlton Eldredge, created by Diana Satterfield added Dec 2006, memorial number 17172669.
  2. [S204] Assumption of Researcher,.

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Billy Dean Eldredge1

ID #37516, (1920-1971)
Biography:
  • Billy Dean Eldredge was born on 15 Dec 1920.1
  • He died on 27 Jul 1971 at age 50.1
  • He was buried at the Greenlawn Memorial Park in Bakersfield, California, Plot: EVERGREEN SPC#4 LOT-A BLOCK-81.1
  • Last Edited: 16 Nov 2016

Sources of Information

  1. [S5121] Find A Grave: Greenlawn Memorial Park, Bakersfield , California , Billy Dean Eldredge, created by Tiffany, added Jan 2014, memorial number 123069881.

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Julia Ann Phippen1

ID #37517, (1848-1951)

Julia Ann Phippen Eldredge Evans
1848-1951

Family: Hyrum Eldredge b. 13 Apr 1844, d. 18 Aug 1884

Biography:
  • Julia Ann Phippen was born on 21 Jul 1848, in Council Bluffs, Iowa.1
  • Father: Joseph Freeman Phippen (b 1822) - Mother: Ann Harrington Dayton (b 1825.)1
  • She married Hyrum Eldredge, son of Ira Eldredge and Nancy Black, c 1865.1,2
  • Hyrum Eldredge and Julia appeared on the 1880 Federal Census of Coalville, Summit County, Utah, enumerated 1 Jun 1880.3
  • Julia married Benjamin Bowen Evans (1862-1891.)1
  • She appeared in a family photo.4
  • She died on 8 Jun 1951 in Boise, Idaho, at age 102.1
  • She was buried at the Cloverdale Memorial Park in Boise, Idaho.1
  • The Life of Julia Ann Phippen Eldredge Evans. (Taken from Microfilm at the Utah State Historical Society MIC A 255) Transcribed to Ancestry.com by Anne Smittle. Any mistakes are the fault of the transcriber or transcribed! Julia Ann Phippen Eldredge Evans was born July 22, 1848 in what was then Kanesville, Marion County, Illinois. Her first memories are of Nauvoo; of her father holding her hand lightly in his as he hurried her from his shop down the slope to their home; of the family hiding in the woods near the doomed city while they waited to cross the river; of the birth of a baby brother in that place of hiding. Julia Ann Phippen was the daughter of Freeman Phippen and Ann Dayton. They experienced the stirring days of the exodus from Nauvoo but did not come west as soon as many, for Freeman Phippen and his father, Isaac Phippen, were blacksmiths and wheelwrights and were held in the east by Brigham Young to give assistance to their more unfortunate brothers for there was much use for their profession for many were the broken down wagons that were brought to them for repairs. Winter Quarters where the Phippens stayed for two years meant just two things for Julia Ann, tents and wagons, and miles of flat prairie land. The Phippens could have gone on for they had better equipment than the average, but again they stayed to see that others were sent on in better condition. In the wagon train in which they did come west, Mr. Phippen served as captain over fifty wagons. He possessed a good wagon, two good oxen, a cow which they trailed, and a horse which he rode. In the wagon were his wife and three small children, and a young widow, Mrs. Hodges and her child. Among the many things carried by the Phippens wagon was a barrel of maple sugar Ann Phippen had made. Julia Ann remembers Mrs. Hodges sprinkling some of it on the wagon tongue in the evening to keep the children pacified while the evening meal was being prepared.
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    The first day out from Winter Quarters their cow got loose and promptly made her way home; but the next day she was returned and all the way across the plains she furnished milk and butter for the two families. Although so young when the journey was made, several incidents are remembered by Mrs. Evans. One was the coldness of the Platte River when she fell in it. Another was of a band of Indians following the train and trying to buy her. She had coaxed her father to allow her to pick flowers along the wayside and her bright red calico dress attracted the attention of the Indians and one offered to trade some ponies for her. He held up the fingers of one hand to indicate how many ponies he would be willing to give and could never understand why his offer was refused. Young as she was, it was her duty to help gather buffalo chips and put them in sacks for use in the evening. She still remembers the gleam of many campfires, the dark, silent plains, and the entire personnel of the wagon train kneeling in a big circle to give thanks for the day protection and to ask aid and protection for the slow miles ahead. She was introduced to Jim Bridger and his two wives and remembers how bright and pretty their blankets were. Most vivid of all her remembrances was the first glimpse of Salt Lake City. This was natural, for the long, hazardous journey had been made bearable by the expectations of the end. Then it was but a collection of tents and log houses, and clumps of cottonwood trees, but to all of them it spelled home and peace to the weary traveller. It was in 1852 that the Phippens reached Salt Lake City and in less than a year afterwards they moved to Grantsville where the father and the grandfather took up land. There they went through "The Cricket War." With the other children Julia Ann hunted sego and wild onion roots to eke out their scanty supply of "Injun Meal." Grandmother Phippen was in charge of the sack of Injun Meal (yellow corn meal) and dealt it out carefully, or a handful at a time. While the Phippens still lived in Grantsville, Julia Ann remembers an old woman sitting under a tree crying weakly from discouragement and lack of food, and of some men, carrying her back to her home. From Grantsville, the Phippens moved to Cottonwood Canyon where Mr. Phippen had charge of several sawmills. The mills were numbered A, B, C and D. The family lived at mill A, and from this mill Mr. Phippen sawed the first five tamarack trees that went into the building of the Tabernacle in Salt Lake City. During the "move" as Mrs. Evans designates the Johnson Army scare in 1858 the family lived at what is now Sugarhouse. The sawmills were being repaired and during the year in which the Phippens lived at Sugarhouse, Freeman Phippen ran a grist mill. When word came that Johnson's Army was near, barrels and barrels of flour were taken from the mill and hid in a hole dug in the hillside. This cave was covered over with brush and rocks scattered about to hide the opening. This was in the preparation for the burning. It was a sad day when the inhabitants of Salt Lake City loaded their worldy goods into wagons and again turned their backs on their hard earned homes. Freeman Phippen was one who refused to go. He had given up all he possessed once and he preferred to stay with what he had, regardless of the circumstances. Neither would he consider leaving the mill as long as there was any hope of saving it. So it happened that Julia Ann and her brothers and sister saw Johnson's Army enter the valley. The family had climbed to the top of the shed and she remembers the gleam of the sun on their guns and bayonets. It so happened that the little sister fell from the shed into the creek and was nearly drowned before she was rescued. When the family moved back to Cottonwood Canyon, Julia Ann and her brother, Hyrum, were sent down to "Holiday burg" to go to school, but that was cut short by the untimely death of her mother. Approaching twelve years of age, this ?girl? went home to keep ?unreadable? for her father and her younger brother and sisters. There were eight in the family and they ate a good deal of bread, the making of which was her hardest task. She knew how to mix it but after it had risen and was in the bake oven hanging over the fire she would forget to keep the coals about it. It was more fun to play with the other children. Neither could she judge by the looks of it when it was done. But a kind neighbor woman was her unfailing source of appeal. She was her father's housekeeper until she was seventeen and then both he and she were married the same year. Julia Ann was married to Hyrum Eldredge in 1865 and went to live in Coalville. Here their eight children were born without benefit of the medical profession. At Coalville she remembers some troublesome times with the greedy Indians who took advantage of the Mormons policy of feeding them. Once when she was alone a squaw came to her door and demanded bread. It so happened thta she had none and tried to explain to the Indian woman who thought that she was merely stalling for time. The squaw threatened Mrs. Eldredge's life. Julia Ann had no weapon with which to protect herself but she had an inspiration. She walked toward the squaw, made a horrible face at her and let her false teeth drop. The squaw ran out of the house screaming and left the premises at once. She recalls a striking example of Indian discipline. A squaw had been to the Bishop's store house for food, including bread. With her was her young son and like other young sons, he wanted bread when he wanted it. When they passed the Eldredge home he was creating quite a disturbance; throwing rocks at his mother and screaming and yelling. In other words he was in the middle of a very bad temper tantrum. The mother was perfectly indifferent to his actions until they reached a foot bridge crossing the creek. Then she suddenly snatched him up by his clothes, ducked him up and down in the cold water. He began screaming again and again she ducked him. She kept this up until he was ready to cry quits. All this was done without a word on the part of the mother. Hyrum Eldredge died at Coalville and later his widow was married to Benjamin Evans and to this union two more children were born. In 1891 moved his family to Carey, Idaho, where he and his stepson could find better and cheaper range for their sheep. Here Mrs. Evans was plunged once more into pioneer conditions; here, also, tragedy overtook her again. Her husband had a band of sheep stolen and rode out into the desert east of Carey on the trail of thieves. He never returned. He was far too good a desert man to have become lost so it was thought that he overtook the thieves and was killed by them. She still lives alone in her little house her husband built her near Carey. In June 1937 she bought her first reading glasses. She is deeply interested in world events and the lives of her neighbors and friends. To know her is to love her. Through nearly a century of time she has run a gamut of human experience and achievement; knowing at first hand the trials and recompence of the pioneer and colonizer. During her life time the greatest advancement in science and invention the world has ever known have taken place; the invention and improvement of the tractor and other farm machinery; the invention of the camera and the modern development of photography; the invention of the telegraph, telephone, radio, Edison's talking machine and electricity for lighting and power; the inventions fo automobiles and airplanes; the discovery of radium and modern anestethics; the growth of manufacturing from the small home industry to large plants and mills; and the extension of transportation to transcontinental proportions. Born during the last year that James K. Polk was president, she has lived to see 21 other presidents elected, several of them to a second term. She lived through the slavery question and the year that she was married to Hyrum Eldredge, saw its ultimate settlement in Abe Lincoln's "Emanicipation Proclamation." In her lifetime she has lived through four wars, the Civil War, the Spanish American War, the First World War and a goodly share of the Second World War. She has lived through the rise of mighty European kingdoms. She has lived long enough to know that the easy life is not always the best life; and that from hardships strong characters may rise. Mrs. Evans is the mother of Ben Evans, Mrs. T.C. Parks, Ira Eldredge and F.H. Eldredge, all of Carey and Mrs. Myrtle Arthur of Boise and Clarence Eldredge of Rupert.
    Mrs. Julia Phippen Eldredge Evans died in Boise, Idaho, 8th of June 1951, at the age of 102 years. Survivors include 5 children, 41 grandchildren, 85 great-grandchildren, and 38 great-great-grandchildren.2
  • Last Edited: 4 Dec 2016

Sources of Information

  1. [S2828] Find A Grave: Cloverdale Memorial Park, Boise , Idaho , Julia Ann Phippen Evena, created by silverthetis, added Jul 2013, memorial number 113200794.
  2. [S2195] Find A Grave: Unknown burian location , Benjamin Bowen Evans, created by Redriver, added Mar 2013, memorial number 107203086.
  3. [S5153] 1880 US Federal Census, Coalville, Summit County, Utah, digital image Ancestry.com Operations Inc; National Archives micropublication, Hyrun Eldredge head of household, roll 1338, enumeration district 072, page 16C.
  4. [S5053] Find A Grave: Coalville Cemetery, Coalville , Utah , Hyrum Eldredge, created by Diana Enos Hammock, Utah State Historical Society, added Feb 2000, memorial number 73657.
  5. [S5122] Find A Grave: Carey Cemetery, Carey , Idaho , Forest Hyrum Eldredge, created by Christine M Storey, added Aug 2008, memorial number 28846834.
  6. [S5053] Find A Grave: Coalville Cemetery, Coalville , Utah , Ernest Freeman Eldredge, created by Redriver, added Mar 2138, memorial number 107206022.
  7. [S5122] Find A Grave: Carey Cemetery, Carey , Idaho , Ira Eldredge, created by Christine M Storey, added Aug 2008, memorial number 28846848.
  8. [S2828] Find A Grave: Cloverdale Memorial Park, Boise , Idaho , Myrtle Ann Eldredge Arthur, created by redriver, added Mar 2013, memorial number 107210939.

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Forest Hyrum Eldredge1

ID #37518, (1867-1952)

Forest Hyrum eldredge
1867-1952

Family: Ruth Howard b. 5 May 1869, d. 3 Jan 1943

Biography:
  • Forest Hyrum Eldredge was born on 22 Oct 1867, in Coalville, Utah.1,2
  • He appeared on the 1880 Federal Census of Coalville, Summit County, Utah in the household of his parents Hyrum Eldredge and Julia.3
  • Forest Hyrum Eldredge married Ruth Howard s 1888.4,5
  • Forest Hyrum Eldredge attended a family reunion where this family photo was taken.6
  • He died on 6 Apr 1952 in Carey, Idaho, at age 84.1
  • He was buried at the Carey Cemetery in Carey, Idaho.1
  • Last Edited: 6 Feb 2017

Sources of Information

  1. [S5122] Find A Grave: Carey Cemetery, Carey , Idaho , Forest Hyrum Eldredge, created by Christine M Storey, added Aug 2008, memorial number 28846834.
  2. [S1119] Idaho Death Records 1890-1930, online image database, digitized by Inc ancestry.com Operations, Ancestry.com Operations Inc. Original publication: Department of Health and Welfare Idaho Bureau of Vital Records and Health Statistics, Boise Idaho.
  3. [S5153] 1880 US Federal Census, Coalville, Summit County, Utah, digital image Ancestry.com Operations Inc; National Archives micropublication, Hyrun Eldredge head of household, roll 1338, enumeration district 072, page 16C.
  4. [S5122] Find A Grave: Carey Cemetery, Carey , Idaho , Ruth Howard Eldredge, created by Christine M Storey, added Aug 2008, memorial number 28847060.
  5. [S204] Assumption of Researcher,.
  6. [S5053] Find A Grave: Coalville Cemetery, Coalville , Utah , Hyrum Eldredge, created by Diana Enos Hammock, Utah State Historical Society, added Feb 2000, memorial number 73657.
  7. [S5122] Find A Grave: Carey Cemetery, Carey , Idaho , Forest Howard Eldredge, created by Christine M Storey, added Aug 2008, memorial number 28846815.
  8. [S5122] Find A Grave: Carey Cemetery, Carey , Idaho , Worthington Castell Eldredge, created by bj Christine M Storey, added Aug 2008, memorial number 28847122.
  9. [S5122] Find A Grave: Carey Cemetery, Carey , Idaho , Oliver Otto Eldredge, created by by Christine M Storey, added Aug 2008, memorial number 28846982.
  10. [S5145] Find A Grave: Carey Pioneer Cemetery, Carey , Idaho , Arley Eldredge, created by David M Habben, added Jan 2004, memorial number 8228527.
  11. [S2569] Find A Grave: Salt Lake City Cemetery, Salt Lake City , Utah , Leona May Eldredge Stanford, created by Smallantique, added Jan 2016, memorial number 156615755.
  12. [S2828] Find A Grave: Cloverdale Memorial Park, Boise , Idaho , Horace Veone Eldredge, created by Sheryl, added Jun 2010, memorial number 53285429.

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If I don't know a female last name she will be identified with a 'Mrs' and her husband's name.


Ernest Freeman Eldredge1

ID #37519, (1868-1870)
Biography:
  • Last Edited: 21 Nov 2016

Sources of Information

  1. [S5053] Find A Grave: Coalville Cemetery, Coalville , Utah , Ernest Freeman Eldredge, created by Redriver, added Mar 2138, memorial number 107206022.

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Dates using 's' or 'say' are educated guesses by me.
If I don't know a female last name she will be identified with a 'Mrs' and her husband's name.


Ira Edgar Eldredge1,2

ID #37520, (1871-1961)

Ira Edgar Eldredge
1871-1961
Biography:
  • Ira Edgar Eldredge was born in 1871.1
  • He appeared on the 1880 Federal Census of Coalville, Summit County, Utah in the household of his parents Hyrum Eldredge and Julia.3
  • Ira Edgar Eldredge attended a family reunion where this family photo was taken.2
  • He died in 1961.1
  • Last Edited: 4 Dec 2016

Sources of Information

  1. [S5122] Find A Grave: Carey Cemetery, Carey , Idaho , Ira Eldredge, created by Christine M Storey, added Aug 2008, memorial number 28846848.
  2. [S5053] Find A Grave: Coalville Cemetery, Coalville , Utah , Hyrum Eldredge, created by Diana Enos Hammock, Utah State Historical Society, added Feb 2000, memorial number 73657.
  3. [S5153] 1880 US Federal Census, Coalville, Summit County, Utah, digital image Ancestry.com Operations Inc; National Archives micropublication, Hyrun Eldredge head of household, roll 1338, enumeration district 072, page 16C.

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Dates using 's' or 'say' are educated guesses by me.
If I don't know a female last name she will be identified with a 'Mrs' and her husband's name.