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P Holtz wife of Aaron Bloom BIRTH 3 APR 1837 • Briar Creek, Columbia, Pennsylvania DEATH 3 NOV 1905 • Nanticoke, Luzerne, Pennsylvania Sarah is buried in Hanover Cemetery Hanover Green, Luzerne County, Pennsylvania (my ancestor)
Jan 20 · posted to the photo Sarah Boone Bloom
P Holtz Birth: Mar. 2, 1781 Fayette County Kentucky, USA Death: Oct. 16, 1856 Ash Grove Greene County Missouri, USA Nathan Boone; Son of Daniel Boone Born; March 2, 1781, Boone's Station, Fayette County, Kentucky Married; Olive VanBibber, Sept. 26, 1799 Nathan Boone was the youngest child of Daniel Boone, the pioneer of the Kentucky frontier. In 1796, Nathan with his family moved to what is now the state of Missouri. During the War of 1812 he was a captain of a company of Missouri volunteers. In 1820, Nathan was elected as a delegate to the state constitutional convention. After his service to the state, he accepted a commission as a captain in the lst Regiment U.S. Dragoons. After entrance into the army, he spent much of his time on the border and in Indian territory of that period. He retired as a lieutenant-colonel after spending twenty years of service in the army. He died in 1857 on his farm in Missouri. Nathan's son, John Colter Boone, is named after Nathan's good friend, John Colter; who was a Private on Lewis and Clark's 'Corps of Discovery' expedition. John was the only member of the expedition allowed to leave before the mission was complete. John is believed to be the first person of European descent to see Yellowstone and the Teton Mountain Range. He is also considered by many, the first 'mountain man', for his explorations during the winter of 1807-1808, after leaving the 'Corps of Discovery' expedition. He later settled in New Haven, Missouri. He died while serving under Nathan during the War of 1812.
Dec 16, 2015 · posted to the photo Nathaniel "Nathan" Boone II
P Holtz Find A Grave Memorial# 9481558 buried in Boone Family Cemetery in Ash Grove,Misouri
Dec 16, 2015 · posted to the photo Nathaniel "Nathan" Boone II
P Holtz actually Nathan died in Ash Grove, Greene County, Missouri
Dec 16, 2015 · posted to the photo Nathaniel "Nathan" Boone II
P Holtz son of Williston Talbot Williams and Hettie Ruth Mann, William Everett Williams was my first cousin 1x removed
Oct 30, 2015 · posted to the photo Everett Williams
P Holtz born 1904 in Monmouth,Shawnee County, Kansas. Parents George and Maria Lutz (Maria was born in Germany), sisters Annie and Emma
Oct 27, 2015 · posted to the photo Alvin Lutz
P Holtz daughter of Warren Reader Mann and Sarah Catherine Price, Vanna was born in Montevallo,Missouri. Vanna's father owned the Montevallo Mercantile Store. Vanna is the sister of Moses Andrew Mann married Lucy Gaines Clark, my grandparents. Her other siblings were Pearl May Mann (died when she was 16); Walter Samuel Mann (died unmarried at age 37); William Clyde Mann married Martha Elizabeth Cripe ; Hettie Ruth Mann (Mrs. Willison Talbot Williams);Eve Viola Mann -> (Mrs. William Burl Anderson);Mary Elizabeth Mann-> (Mrs. Basil Coffrin);Cora P. Mann;Edward Mann married Marie Jones);Paul John Mann married Rena A "Flossie Enna' Florence Martin;Emery E. Mann (died young).
Aug 10, 2013 · posted to the surname Fisher
P Holtz Father: Josiah Fillmore Mann Sr (17 Sept 1853 in Camden Co., MO~5 Dec 1921 in Rosedale, Wyandotte Co., KS ) Mother: Zerah Taylor Harper ( 20 Nov 1854 in Warren Co., MO ~19 Jul 1929 in Tiffin, St. Clair Co., MO) Charles married Katherine Luella "Kate Lue" Nichols October 31,1906 in Tiffin, Speedwell twp., St Clair Co., Missouri. Charles and Katherine's children were: Rev. Oscar Alem Mann 1907 – 1969 Marvin Fillmore Mann 1909 – 1990 Luella Irene Mann 1911 – 1933 Charles Omer Mann Jr. 1916 – 2005
Jul 10, 2013 · posted to the person Charles Omer Mann
P Holtz Warren was born in FREMONT (NOW STOCKTON), Cedar County, Missouri to Charles Mann and Louisa Williams. Warren married Sarah Catherine Price December 17,1874 in Vernon County,Missouri. To this union were: Pearl May Mann 1876 – 1892 (murdered by Jim Hargus) Walter Samuel Mann 1879 – 1917 (never married) William Clyde Mann 1880 – 1959 (married Martha Elizabeth Cripe) Moses Andrew Mann 1883 – 1951 (my grandfather) Hettie Ruth Mann 1885 – 1979 (married Williston Talbot Williams) Eve Viola Mann 1886 – 1971 (married William Burl Anderson) Mary Elizabeth Mann 1888 – 1968 (married Basil James Coffrin) Sarah V Mann 1889 – Cora P. Mann 1891 – Edward Mann 1892 – 1960 Paul John Mann 1895 – 1985 Emery E. Mann 1898 – 1899 (died in infancy)
Jul 10, 2013 · posted to the person Warren Reader Mann
P Holtz James Hargus hired a rig at Walker, Missouri and went to Montevallo, Missouri to see Miss Pearl Mann. He proposed to Miss Mann and she refused to marry him. He then drew a revolver and fired, the bullet passing through her neck, causing a fatal shot. Hargus then placed the revolver to his own head fired, killing himself instantly. Schuylerville, N.Y. Standard 1892 apparently JAMES HARGUS age 23 had a fixation to Pearl Mann age 16. He somehow took dinner with the Warren Mann family on the evening of Wednesday December 14 of 1892 at Mann's farm on the outskirts of Montevallo, Hargus's intentions: asking Pearl's hand in marriage. She refused. With this fact about a great aunt of mine, and never a family member mentioning this tragedy, I would suggest to all that wants information properly recorded for your descendants, should start asking fathers,mothers,grandparents,aunts and uncles (while they are still alive) facts about your ancestors and keep future records of deaths,cause of deaths,births,etc. etc. logged. The only way I found out about Pearl was, my daughter Tisha and I were at Virgil Cemetery in Vernon County,Missouri in 2008. We both stood at the grave of Pearl, saw how young she was when she died, and wondered how she died. Back then, there were so many health issues rendering the cause of death, we assumed she died of maybe measles,typhoid fever, the list went on and on. We were really curious about Pearl's death. Since the Missouri death certs. start from 1910, there was no way of getting her cause of death nor death cert. from the site, so I Googled her name and the year 1892. Was I ever suprised to find out she had been murdered. To have heard that tragic story from my father, grandma Lucy Mann, or any of my relatives that knew, and could have enlightened me with the facts,would have been priceless.
Oct 10, 2014 · posted to the person Pearl May Mann
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