Nancy Jane Diggins

Female, CreeID#5051, (23 February 1835 - 28 August 1903)
ChartsBranch 21a. The John Cree branch of PA
Nancy Jane Diggins was buried in Pleasant Hill Cemetery, Glasgow, Cambria County, Pennsylvania, USA. Her married name was Cree. She was born on 23 February 1835 in Broadtop City, Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania, USA.

Nancy Jane Diggins married John Andrew Cree, son of David Cree and Elizebeth Krise, on 3 August 1854.

Her son George W. Cree was born on 29 July 1855 in Glasgow, Cambria County, Pennsylvania, USA.

Her daughter Mary Catherine Elizabeth Cree was born on 22 March 1859 in Glasgow, Cambria County, Pennsylvania.

Her husband John Andrew Cree died on 25 April 1893 in Mountaindale, Cambria County, Pennsylvania, USA.

Nancy Jane Diggins died on 28 August 1903 in Glasgow, Cambria County, Pennsylvania.

Children of Nancy Jane Diggins and John Andrew Cree

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David Krise Cree

Male, CreeID#5052, (21 June 1830 - December 1918)
ChartsBranch 21a. The John Cree branch of PA
David Krise Cree was born on 21 June 1830 in Cambria County, Pennsylvania, USA. He was the son of David Cree and Elizebeth Krise.

His father David Cree died on 5 November 1871 in White Twp., Cambria County, Pennsylvania, USA.

David Krise Cree married Cornelia N. Green on 10 November 1880 in Cambria County, Pennsylvania.

His daughter Loretta Cree was born on 29 January 1883 in Glasgow, Cambria County, Pennsylvania, USA.

His son William Henry Cree was born on 24 May 1884 in Glasgow, Cambria County, Pennsylvania.

His mother Elizebeth Krise died on 31 October 1884 in Glasgow, Cambria County, Pennsylvania.

His son David Arnold Cree was born in 1886 in Glasgow, Cambria County, Pennsylvania.

His daughter Irene Olive Cree was born on 1 October 1888 in Glasgow, Cambria County, Pennsylvania.

His son George Leroy Cree was born on 3 April 1890 in Glasgow, Cambria County, Pennsylvania.

His daughter Naomi Christina Cree was born on 3 September 1893 in Glasgow, Cambria County, Pennsylvania.

His daughter Julia Bertha Cree was born in May 1895 in Glasgow, Cambria County, Pennsylvania.

His daughter Julia Bertha Cree died on 15 April 1896 in Glasgow, Cambria County, Pennsylvania.

His son John Allen Cree was born in 1898 in Glasgow, Cambria County, Pennsylvania.

His son David Arnold Cree died on 28 January 1905 in Glasgow, Cambria County, Pennsylvania.

His wife Cornelia N. Green died on 17 February 1918 in Glasgow, Cambria County, Pennsylvania.

David Krise Cree died in December 1918 in Glasgow, Cambria County, Pennsylvania. He was buried in Pleasant Hill Cemetery, Glasgow, Cambria County, Pennsylvania, USA.

Children of David Krise Cree and Cornelia N. Green

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William Williams Feltwell

Male, CreeID#5053, (1774 - 27 December 1858)
ChartsBranch 21a. The John Cree branch of PA
William Williams Feltwell was buried in Glade Run Presby. Cemetery, Dayton, Armstrong County, Pennsylvania, USA.

William Williams Feltwell William W. Feltwell came to the United States from England in 1804 as an agent for a British company that owned large tracts of timber land in Clearfield and possibly surrounding counties. On April 29, 1807, he presented his Declaration of Intention for citizenship before the Centre County Court at Bellefonte. There is a replacement stone on his grave in the Glade Run Cemetery at Dayton, Armstrong County, Pa. The style of stone indicates that it was probably placed there in the 1920s. There is an open area next to his gravestone and it is most likely that his wife, Esther Cree Feltwell, is buried there in an unmarked grave. They were married for more than 50 years prior to his death in 1858 so it would be logical to assume that Esther would have been buried next to her husband.


He was born in 1774 in England.

William Williams Feltwell married Esther Cree, daughter of John Cree (of Barree Township, PA) and Jane Cree (married name), c 1806 in Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, USA.

His daughter Naomi Feltwell was born on 3 August 1807.

His son Benjamin Morgan Feltwell was born on 11 August 1811.

His daughter Caroline Feltwell was born on 5 February 1826.

His son Joshua Feltwell was born on 31 July 1828 in Erie County, Pennsylvania, USA.

William Williams Feltwell died on 27 December 1858 in Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, USA.

Children of William Williams Feltwell and Esther Cree

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Abraham Fuller

Male, CreeID#5054
Abraham Fuller married Mary Holten. He was from New Jersey.

Family: Abraham Fuller and Mary Holten

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Elizabeth Jane McCartney

Female, CreeID#5055, (1852 - 1920)
ChartsBranch 21a. The John Cree branch of PA
Her married name was Cree. Elizabeth Jane McCartney was born in 1852 in Cambria County, Pennsylvania, USA.

Her son John Cree was born in 1879 in Franklin County, Pennsylvania, USA.1

Elizabeth Jane McCartney married George Martin Cree, son of David Cree and Elizebeth Krise, in Glasgow, Cambria County, Pennsylvania, USA.2

Her daughter Mary Ellen Cree was born on 5 December 1884 in Glasgow, Cambria County, Pennsylvania.

Elizabeth Jane McCartney married Frank Anderson after 1886.2

Her son John Cree died on 10 August 1894 in Glasgow, Cambria County, Pennsylvania.2

Elizabeth Jane McCartney died in 1920 in Glasgow, Cambria County, Pennsylvania.

Children of Elizabeth Jane McCartney and George Martin Cree

Family: Elizabeth Jane McCartney and Frank Anderson

References

  1. [S316] Robert H Cree research files, 2006, "George Cree had a son John who was born in 1879 in Franklin County, Pa. John died of diptheria on 10 August 1894 and was buried at Glasgow, Cambria County, Pa. His mother was George Cree's second wife, Elizebeth Jane McCartney, but he was born while George Cree was still married to Mary Peterson, his first wife. George Cree is buried in the Lutheran Cemetery, Glasgow, Cambria County, Pa."
  2. [S316] Robert H Cree research files, 2006.
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Mary Ellen Cree

Female, CreeID#5056, (5 December 1884 - date unknown)
ChartsBranch 21a. The John Cree branch of PA
Mary Ellen Cree died date unknown in Scotland, Franklin County, Pennsylvania, USA. She was born on 5 December 1884 in Glasgow, Cambria County, Pennsylvania, USA. She was the daughter of George Martin Cree and Elizabeth Jane McCartney.

Her son Warren C. Burke was born on 24 May 1905 in Pennsylvania, USA.

Child of Mary Ellen Cree

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Robert P. Wallace

Male, CreeID#5057, ( - 6 August 1849)
Robert P. Wallace died on 6 August 1849.
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William Adonirum Judson Cree

Male, CreeID#5058, (3 February 1860 - 20 July 1920)
ChartsBranch 21a. The John Cree branch of PA
William Adonirum Judson Cree was buried in New Camden Cemetery, Camden County, New Jersey, USA.

William Adonirum Judson Cree William Adonirum Judson Cree was named for the noted missionary and evangelist, Adonirum Judson. He was known as Judson Cree his entire life. As a young man, he worked on the family farm which was located just east of Huntingdon on the south end of Stone Creek Ridge. When he was about 20 years old, he started to work at Blake's Foundry which was located near the corner of First and Penn Streets in the Stone Creek section of Huntingdon. About 1883, this foundry was taken over by his brother Curtin Cree in a partnership with Benjamin Summers. This business was then known as the Stone Creek Machine Shop. Judson continued to work here until the business failed sometime in 1885. After that, he was employed at the J.C. Blair Co. plant in Huntingdon as a stationary engineer. A stationary engineer operated and maintained the steam boilers, steam engines and other pieces of equipment used in most of the factories of that time. After working several years at the J.C. Blair Company plant, Judson Cree then went to Birmingham, Alabama where he worked in 1888 and 1889 for the Williamson Iron Company. He left Birmingham about 1890 and moved to Philadelphia, Pa. where in 1893, he married Miss Margaret Caskey, a sister of Hugh Caskey, one of the executives of the C. Howard Hunt Pen Company,a large manufacturer of steel pen points. They had one daughter, Anna, to this marriage. Sometime after his marriage, Judson Cree went to work for the Hunt Pen Company at its plant in Camden, N.J. He was employed there as plant engineer until his death in 1920. Margaret died in 1902 and in 1908, Judson married Miss Emily Rau, a resident of Camden who also worked at the Hunt Pen Company. Three sons and two daughters were born to this marriage. Judson Cree died on July 20, 1920 and he and his second wife Emilie are buried in the New Camden Cemetery in Camden, N.J. He was born on 3 February 1860 in Glasgow, Cambria County, Pennsylvania, USA. He was the son of William E. Cree and Susan Jackson Wallace.

His mother Susan Jackson Wallace died on 14 September 1886 in near Huntingdon, Pennsylvania, USA.

William Adonirum Judson Cree married Margaret Caskey in 1893 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA.

His father William E. Cree died on 19 October 1893 in Huntingdon, Pennsylvania, USA.

His daughter Anna Newton Cree was born on 14 February 1896 in Camden, New Jersey, USA.

His wife Margaret Caskey died in 1902 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

William Adonirum Judson Cree married Emilie Rau, daughter of Jacob Rau and Julia Zeigler, on 17 June 1908 in Camden, New Jersey.

His son William Judson Cree was born on 3 April 1909 in Camden, New Jersey.

His son Raymond Jackson Cree was born on 30 August 1910 in Camden, New Jersey.

His daughter Doris Keturah Cree was born on 4 June 1913 in Camden, New Jersey.

His daughter Edith Cree was born on 2 March 1915 in Camden, New Jersey.

His son Robert Harry Cree was born on 3 April 1918 in Cooper Hospital, Camden, Camden County, New Jersey, USA.1

His daughter Edith Cree died on 1 February 1919 in Camden, New Jersey.

William Adonirum Judson Cree died on 20 July 1920 in Camden, New Jersey.

Child of William Adonirum Judson Cree and Margaret Caskey

Children of William Adonirum Judson Cree and Emilie Rau

References

  1. [S310] Website Find a Grave web site (http://www.findagrave.com/), http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi
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Jane Elizabeth Cree

Female, CreeID#5059, (3 August 1862 - 26 August 1862)
ChartsBranch 21a. The John Cree branch of PA
Jane Elizabeth Cree was buried in Glasgow, Cambria County, Pennsylvania, USA. She was born on 3 August 1862 in Glasgow, Cambria County, Pennsylvania. She was the daughter of William E. Cree and Susan Jackson Wallace.

Jane Elizabeth Cree died on 26 August 1862 in Glasgow, Cambria County, Pennsylvania.
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Emilie Rau

Female, CreeID#5060, (28 May 1887 - 12 April 1936)
ChartsBranch 21a. The John Cree branch of PA
Her married name was Monroe. Her married name was Cree. Emilie Rau was born on 28 May 1887 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. She was the daughter of Jacob Rau and Julia Zeigler.

Her mother Julia Zeigler died on 18 May 1888 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Emilie Rau married William Adonirum Judson Cree, son of William E. Cree and Susan Jackson Wallace, on 17 June 1908 in Camden, New Jersey, USA.

Her son William Judson Cree was born on 3 April 1909 in Camden, New Jersey.

Her son Raymond Jackson Cree was born on 30 August 1910 in Camden, New Jersey.

Her father Jacob Rau died on 5 February 1912 in Camden, New Jersey.

Her daughter Doris Keturah Cree was born on 4 June 1913 in Camden, New Jersey.

Her daughter Edith Cree was born on 2 March 1915 in Camden, New Jersey.

Her son Robert Harry Cree was born on 3 April 1918 in Cooper Hospital, Camden, Camden County, New Jersey, USA.1

Her daughter Edith Cree died on 1 February 1919 in Camden, New Jersey.

Her husband William Adonirum Judson Cree died on 20 July 1920 in Camden, New Jersey.

Emilie Rau married Frank Monroe in 1922 in Camden, New Jersey.

Emilie Rau died on 12 April 1936 in Camden, New Jersey. She was buried in New Camden Cemetery, Camden County, New Jersey, USA.

Children of Emilie Rau and William Adonirum Judson Cree

Family: Emilie Rau and Frank Monroe

References

  1. [S310] Website Find a Grave web site (http://www.findagrave.com/), http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi
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William Judson Cree

Male, CreeID#5061, (3 April 1909 - 22 March 1982)
ChartsBranch 21a. The John Cree branch of PA
William Judson Cree was buried in Memorial Burial Park, Portsmouth, Ohio, USA.

William Judson Cree married Peggy Cassell. William Judson Cree was born on 3 April 1909 in Camden, New Jersey, USA. He was the son of William Adonirum Judson Cree and Emilie Rau.

His father William Adonirum Judson Cree died on 20 July 1920 in Camden, New Jersey.

His mother Emilie Rau died on 12 April 1936 in Camden, New Jersey.

William Judson Cree married Mary Eva Korpowski on 29 April 1937 in Balboa, Panama Canal Zone.

His daughter Mary Patricia Cree was born on 22 November 1939 in Balboa.

His wife Mary Eva Korpowski died on 16 October 1960 in Cincinnati, Ohio, USA.

William Judson Cree died on 22 March 1982 in Chillicothe, Ohio, USA.

Family: William Judson Cree and Peggy Cassell

Child of William Judson Cree and Mary Eva Korpowski

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Raymond Jackson Cree

Male, CreeID#5062, (30 August 1910 - 26 February 1979)
ChartsBranch 21a. The John Cree branch of PA
Raymond Jackson Cree was buried in Garden of Memories, Tampa, Florida, USA. He was born on 30 August 1910 in Camden, New Jersey, USA. He was the son of William Adonirum Judson Cree and Emilie Rau.

His father William Adonirum Judson Cree died on 20 July 1920 in Camden, New Jersey.

His mother Emilie Rau died on 12 April 1936 in Camden, New Jersey.

Raymond Jackson Cree died on 26 February 1979 in Tampa, Florida, USA.
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Doris Keturah Cree

Female, CreeID#5063, (4 June 1913 - 22 November 1992)
ChartsBranch 21a. The John Cree branch of PA
Doris Keturah Cree was buried in Harleigh Cemetery, Camden County, New Jersey, USA. Her married name was Ernst. She was born on 4 June 1913 in Camden, New Jersey, USA. She was the daughter of William Adonirum Judson Cree and Emilie Rau.

Her father William Adonirum Judson Cree died on 20 July 1920 in Camden, New Jersey.

Doris Keturah Cree married Alfred Wilkenson Ernst on 17 January 1930 in Camden, New Jersey.

Her mother Emilie Rau died on 12 April 1936 in Camden, New Jersey.

Her husband Alfred Wilkenson Ernst died on 4 October 1971 in Camden, New Jersey.

Doris Keturah Cree died on 22 November 1992 in Camden, New Jersey.

Family: Doris Keturah Cree and Alfred Wilkenson Ernst

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Edith Cree

Female, CreeID#5064, (2 March 1915 - 1 February 1919)
ChartsBranch 21a. The John Cree branch of PA
Edith Cree Edith Cree died from burns received in a fire in the back yard of her home in Camden, N.J. She was buried in New Camden Cemetery, Camden County, New Jersey, USA. She was born on 2 March 1915 in Camden, New Jersey, USA. She was the daughter of William Adonirum Judson Cree and Emilie Rau.

Edith Cree died on 1 February 1919 in Camden, New Jersey.
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Robert Harry Cree

Male, CreeID#5065, (3 April 1918 - 17 February 2016)
ChartsBranch 21a. The John Cree branch of PA
Robert “Bob” Harry Cree, 97, of Owings, Maryland and formerly of Huntingdon, passed away Wednesday, Feb. 17, 2016.

Born April 3, 1918, in Camden, New Jersey, he was a son of the late William and Emilie (Rau) Cree. He was united in marriage to the former Mildred Carberry July 6, 1940, in Winchester, Virginia. His loving wife of 70 years, whom he met in 1939 while roller skating at the Huntingdon Community Center, preceded him in death in 2010.

Mr. Cree is survived by two children, Diane Moll and husband, Gary, of Owings, Maryland, and Randall Cree and wife, Judy, of Williamsport, Maryland; a daughter- in- law, Phyllis Cree of Tallahassee, Florida; three grandchildren, Corene Bauserman and husband, JD, of Tallahassee, Florida, Marc Cree of Greencastle, and Lt. Col. Jeffrey Cree and wife, Pam, of South Chesterfield, Virginia; and six greatgrandchildren, Sarah, Drew, Annaston, Dylan, Hope and Jackson.

He is also survived by a half-sister, Ethel Vetterman of New Jersey, and many nieces and nephews who fondly called him “Uncle Spidge.”

He was preceded in death by two sons, Robert Cree Jr. in 2002 and William Cree in 1990; his four older siblings, Judson, Raymond, Doris and Edith; and a half-sister, Anna.

Mr. Cree enlisted in the United States Army Airborne Engineers in October 1943. It was an experimental group that flew small equipment into the jungles of New Guinea, the Philippines and Japan. After 18 months, he transferred to the 5201st Engineering Brigade which involved planning and logistics until his return to the United Staets in December 1945.

After his father died in 1920 and his mother remarried, Mr. Cree came to Huntingdon as a 4-year-old boy to live with his Aunt Turie and Uncle Harry of Stone Creek, who were brother and sister to his father. He attended the William Smith grade school, was a 1935 graduate of Huntingdon High School and also attended Juniata College.

Mr. Cree’s early employment started with the Pennsylvania Highway Department as a surveyor where he was involved with many bridge projects in the Huntingdon area. He moved on to work for James E. Minnic in Reading, C.J. Langenfelder in Baltimore, Maryland, where he managed hundreds of projects including a very complex interchange of the Jones Falls Expressway , Whitman Requardt and finally back to Hunti ngdon with Dale Miller. Another of his many accomplishments outside of his engineering career was the original design and construction of the Standing Stone Golf Course.

His interests and hobbies were many. In particular, he enjoyed the many years he spent at the Huntingdon County Historical Society, whether it was serving on its board of directors for 16 years, volunteering or doing research for many of his projects. His interest in the Civil War took him to Three Springs where he met monthly for years as a member of the Aughwick Civil War Round Table. He wrote countless articles and books for newspapers and magazines, one of which was the history of the Huntingdon County Fair. He spent 75 years collecting family genealogy and he proudly mastered his computer to record all of this data, perfecting the appearance of his many writings and especially mastering his photography skills. This all happened while in his 80s and 90s. In the early 1960s, he was president of the Maryland Genealogy Society where he assisted in writing the bylaws which would combine with a new organization, the Maryland Historical Society, of which he served as the first president.

Mr. Cree was fond of his beloved four-legged friend and constant companion, Bennie.

Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 21, at the Cutright Funeral Homes — Smithfield Chapel, 313 Fairgrounds Road, Huntingdon, with the Rev. Richard Cartwright officiating. Interment will be made at Riverview Cemetery, Huntingdon.

Friends may call at the funeral home from 3-6 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 20, and from 1 p.m. until the hour of services Sunday.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions in memory of Mr. Cree may be made to the Huntingdon County Historical Society, P.O. Box 305, Huntingdon, PA 16652 or the Huntingdon County Humane Society, 11371 Schoolhouse Hollow Road, Huntingdon, PA 16652.1 Robert Harry Cree was born on 3 April 1918 in Cooper Hospital, Camden, Camden County, New Jersey, USA.2 He was the son of William Adonirum Judson Cree and Emilie Rau.

His father William Adonirum Judson Cree died on 20 July 1920 in Camden, New Jersey, USA.

His mother Emilie Rau died on 12 April 1936 in Camden, New Jersey.

Robert Harry Cree married Mildred Jane Carberry, daughter of Bruce Nelson Carberry and Blanche Edna Turley, on 6 July 1940 in Presbyterian Church, Winchester, Virginia, USA.

His son Robert Harry Cree Jr was born on 1 January 1941 in Huntingdon, Pennsylvania, USA.

His son William Bruce Cree was born on 2 September 1942 in Dudley, Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania, USA.

His son William Bruce Cree died on 25 September 1990 in Towson, Maryland, USA.

His son Robert Harry Cree Jr died on 19 June 2002 in Sarasota, Florida, USA.

His wife Mildred Jane Carberry died on 7 September 2010 in Huntingdon Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania, USA.3

Robert Harry Cree died on 17 February 2016 in Maryland, USA.2 He was buried in Riverview Cemetery, Huntingdon, Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania, USA.2

Robert Harry Cree was a Local historian and engineer.

Children of Robert Harry Cree and Mildred Jane Carberry

References

  1. [S421] The Daily News, Huntingdon, PA, February 19, 2016.
  2. [S310] Website Find a Grave web site (http://www.findagrave.com/), http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi
  3. [S421] The Daily News, Huntingdon, PA, Sept. 8 2010.
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Jacob Rau

Male, CreeID#5066, (1 October 1858 - 5 February 1912)
Jacob Rau was buried in Harleigh Cemetery, Camden County, New Jersey, USA.

Jacob Rau Summary of information on Jacob Rau, obtained from his grandson, Edward Kohler, on 3 October 1976. Also from information provided by his grandaughter, Mildred Garner, and from the Rau family Bible.

Jacob Rau was born in the Black Forest region of southern Germany (Schwabia ?) on 3 October1858. He came to this country as a young man and settled in a predominately German neighborhood in Philadelphia.

He married Miss Julia Zeigler, probably about 1883, in Philadelphia. She also was born in Germany. To this marriage was born two daughters, Wilhemina (Minnie) and Emilie. Julia Zeigler Rau died in St. Marys Hospital in Philadelphia of typhoid fever on May 18, 1888 and was buried in the Greenwood Cemetery at Broad Street and Old York Road in Philadelphia. Julia had a sister, Mary Zeigler, who married a Mr. Shoen and lived near Newark, Delaware where she died about 1911. After the death of his wife, Jacob Rau hired a housekeeper by the name of Barbara Broz to look after his two daughters. She had come from the same area of Germany where Jacob had lived and had been a chambermaid before coming to this country. Her step-sister, Julia Bently, also came to Philadelphia from Germany.

After keeping house for Jacob Rau for a short time, Barbara Broz and Jacob were married. Some time shortly after their marriage, they left Philadelphia and moved to Camden, New Jersey where they bought a house at 534 North 9th Street. To this marriage was born a daughter Elizebeth, a daughter Clara who died at an early age, and a son Jacob who died at birth.

For some reason, Jacob Rau left his family about 1904 and disappeared, supposedly leaving for the West. The years passed and eventually his wife had reason to believe that he might be in the Cincinnati, Ohio area. She placed ads in the newspapers there and in time she received an answer from a lady who ran a boarding house there that one of her boarders matched the description of Jacob Rau. Barbara Rau went to Cincinnati and apparently found Jacob, and after two trips there, she finally persuaded him to return home to Camden. He returned in 1911 so he must have been away from his family for seven years.

Jacob Rau developed cancer of the mouth, either shortly before returning to Camden or soon after his return. He died on 5 February 1912 and was buried in the Harleigh Cemetery in Camden.

Jacob Rau was a master hand engraver by trade and worked for many years for Hellig & Co. at 8th and Race Streets in Philadelphia. After moving to Camden, he opened an engraving shop of his own at 4th and Callowhill Streets in Philadelphia. He probably operated this business until he left home in 1904. Jacob Rau's widow Barbara was remarried to Charles Schnaufner in 1918. He was a teamster for the Weisbrote and Hess Brewery in Philadelphia.

Jacob Rau was the maternal grandfather of Robert H. Cree, through his daughter, Emilie.








He was born on 1 October 1858 in Swabia, Southern Germany.

Jacob Rau married Julia Zeigler c 1883 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA.

His daughter Wilhemina (Minnie) Rau was born on 12 November 1884 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

His daughter Emilie Rau was born on 28 May 1887 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Jacob Rau married Barbara Broz in 1888 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

His wife Julia Zeigler died on 18 May 1888 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

His daughter Elizabeth (Lizzie) Rau was born on 22 June 1889 in Camden, New Jersey, USA.

His daughter Clara Rau was born on 24 February 1892 in Camden, New Jersey.

His daughter Clara Rau died on 13 February 1894 in Camden, New Jersey.

His son Jacob , Jr. Rau was born on 22 May 1897 in Camden, New Jersey.

Jacob Rau died on 5 February 1912 in Camden, New Jersey.

Children of Jacob Rau and Julia Zeigler

Children of Jacob Rau and Barbara Broz

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Julia Zeigler

Female, CreeID#5067, (date unknown - 18 May 1888)
Julia Zeigler was born date unknown in Germany. She was buried in Greenwood Cemetery, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. Her married name was Rau.

Julia Zeigler married Jacob Rau c 1883 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA.

Her daughter Wilhemina (Minnie) Rau was born on 12 November 1884 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Her daughter Emilie Rau was born on 28 May 1887 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Julia Zeigler died on 18 May 1888 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Children of Julia Zeigler and Jacob Rau

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Wilhemina (Minnie) Rau

Female, CreeID#5068, (12 November 1884 - 11 March 1961)
Wilhemina (Minnie) Rau was buried in Harleigh Cemetery, Camden County, New Jersey, USA. Her married name was Kohler. She was born on 12 November 1884 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. She was the daughter of Jacob Rau and Julia Zeigler.

Her mother Julia Zeigler died on 18 May 1888 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Wilhemina (Minnie) Rau married Oscar Kohler on 11 November 1905 in Camden, New Jersey, USA.

Her father Jacob Rau died on 5 February 1912 in Camden, New Jersey.

Wilhemina (Minnie) Rau died on 11 March 1961 in Camden, New Jersey.

Family: Wilhemina (Minnie) Rau and Oscar Kohler

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Barbara Broz

Female, CreeID#5069, (2 January 1867 - 17 June 1956)
Barbara Broz was buried in Harleigh Cemetery, Camden County, New Jersey, USA. Her married name was Schnaufer. Her married name was Rau. She was born on 2 January 1867 in Germany.

Barbara Broz married Jacob Rau in 1888 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA.

Her daughter Elizabeth (Lizzie) Rau was born on 22 June 1889 in Camden, New Jersey, USA.

Her daughter Clara Rau was born on 24 February 1892 in Camden, New Jersey.

Her daughter Clara Rau died on 13 February 1894 in Camden, New Jersey.

Her son Jacob , Jr. Rau was born on 22 May 1897 in Camden, New Jersey.

Her husband Jacob Rau died on 5 February 1912 in Camden, New Jersey.

Barbara Broz married Charles Schnaufer in 1918.

Her daughter Elizabeth (Lizzie) Rau died on 13 February 1949 in Camden, New Jersey.

Barbara Broz died on 17 June 1956 in Camden, New Jersey.

Children of Barbara Broz and Jacob Rau

Family: Barbara Broz and Charles Schnaufer

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Elizabeth (Lizzie) Rau

Female, CreeID#5070, (22 June 1889 - 13 February 1949)
Her married name was Bleyer. Elizabeth (Lizzie) Rau was buried in Arlington Cemetery, Pennsauken, New Jersey, USA. She was born on 22 June 1889 in Camden, New Jersey, USA. She was the daughter of Jacob Rau and Barbara Broz.

Elizabeth (Lizzie) Rau married Walter Bleyer on 29 December 1909.

Her father Jacob Rau died on 5 February 1912 in Camden, New Jersey.

Elizabeth (Lizzie) Rau died on 13 February 1949 in Camden, New Jersey.

Family: Elizabeth (Lizzie) Rau and Walter Bleyer

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Clara Rau

Female, CreeID#5071, (24 February 1892 - 13 February 1894)
Clara Rau was buried in Harleigh Cemetery, Camden County, New Jersey, USA. She was born on 24 February 1892 in Camden, New Jersey, USA. She was the daughter of Jacob Rau and Barbara Broz.

Clara Rau died on 13 February 1894 in Camden, New Jersey.
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Jacob , Jr. Rau

Male, CreeID#5072, (22 May 1897 - died at birth)
Jacob , Jr. Rau died died at birth in Camden, New Jersey, USA. He was buried in Harleigh Cemetery, Camden County, New Jersey, USA. He was born on 22 May 1897 in Camden, New Jersey. He was the son of Jacob Rau and Barbara Broz.
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George W. Cree

Male, CreeID#5073, (29 July 1855 - 14 June 1936)
ChartsBranch 21a. The John Cree branch of PA
George W. Cree was buried in Pleasant Hill Cemetery, Glasgow, Cambria County, Pennsylvania, USA. He was born on 29 July 1855 in Glasgow, Cambria County, Pennsylvania, USA. He was the son of John Andrew Cree and Nancy Jane Diggins.

George W. Cree married Sarah Jane Williams on 5 July 1880.

His daughter Elizabeth Leona Cree was born on 4 April 1882 in Cambria County, Pennsylvania, USA.

His son John C Cree was born on 15 September 1885 in Cambria County, Pennsylvania.

His son W. Herman Cree was born in May 1892 in Cambria County, Pennsylvania.

His father John Andrew Cree died on 25 April 1893 in Mountaindale, Cambria County, Pennsylvania, USA.

His mother Nancy Jane Diggins died on 28 August 1903 in Glasgow, Cambria County, Pennsylvania.

His son John C Cree died on 31 March 1918 in Cambria County, Pennsylvania.

His wife Sarah Jane Williams died on 2 May 1935 in Blandburg, Cambria County, Pennsylvania, USA.

George W. Cree died on 14 June 1936 in Blandburg, Cambria County, Pennsylvania.

Children of George W. Cree and Sarah Jane Williams

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Mary Catherine Elizabeth Cree

Female, CreeID#5074, (22 March 1859 - 2 October 1947)
ChartsBranch 21a. The John Cree branch of PA
Mary Catherine Elizabeth Cree married George Wesley Hescox date unknown. Mary Catherine Elizabeth Cree was buried in Cambria Mills Cem. near Glasgow, Cambria County, Pennsylvania, USA. Her married name was Hescox. She was born on 22 March 1859 in Glasgow, Cambria County, Pennsylvania, USA. She was the daughter of John Andrew Cree and Nancy Jane Diggins.

Her son Howard Blair Hescox was born on 17 April 1890 in Glasgow, Cambria County, Pennsylvania.

Her daughter Lila Bess Hescox was born on 12 February 1893 in Glasgow, Cambria County, Pennsylvania.

Her father John Andrew Cree died on 25 April 1893 in Mountaindale, Cambria County, Pennsylvania, USA.

Her daughter Nona Edna Hescox was born on 1 June 1895 in Glasgow, Cambria County, Pennsylvania.

Her son Clyde Hobart Hescox was born on 31 May 1897 in Glasgow, Cambria County, Pennsylvania.

Her son Paul Cree Hescox was born on 26 June 1899 in Glasgow, Cambria County, Pennsylvania.

Her mother Nancy Jane Diggins died on 28 August 1903 in Glasgow, Cambria County, Pennsylvania.

Her husband George Wesley Hescox died on 23 May 1917 in Glasgow, Cambria County, Pennsylvania.

Her son Paul Cree Hescox died on 14 February 1924 in Glasgow, Cambria County, Pennsylvania.

Mary Catherine Elizabeth Cree died on 2 October 1947 in Glasgow, Cambria County, Pennsylvania.

Children of Mary Catherine Elizabeth Cree and George Wesley Hescox

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Sarah Hall

Female, CreeID#5075, (1743 - 1830)
Her married name was Jackson.

Sarah Hall married John Jackson. Sarah Hall was born in 1743.

Her son Thomas J. Jackson was born in 1788.

Sarah Hall died in 1830.

Child of Sarah Hall and John Jackson

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Martha M. Cree

Female, CreeID#5076, (31 July 1848 - 6 April 1929)
ChartsBranch 21a. The John Cree branch of PA
Martha M. Cree was buried in Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA. Her married name was Madagan. She was born on 31 July 1848 in Beccaria Twp., Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, USA. She was the daughter of David Cree and Susannah M. Price.

Martha M. Cree married Michael Madagan on 8 January 1877 in Polk County, Iowa, USA.

Her mother Susannah M. Price died on 23 November 1882 in Altoona, Polk County, Iowa, USA.

Her son Ralph M. Madagan was born on 21 January 1883 in Polk County, Iowa.

Her father David Cree died on 12 October 1896 in Altoona, Polk County, Iowa.

Her son Ralph M. Madagan died on 12 July 1923 in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

Martha M. Cree died on 6 April 1929 in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

Child of Martha M. Cree and Michael Madagan

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Jane L. Cree

Female, CreeID#5077, (19 May 1851 - 28 April 1932)
ChartsBranch 21a. The John Cree branch of PA
Jane L. Cree and George W. Keasey were divorced befor 1910. Jane L. Cree was buried in Worthington, Minnesota, USA. Her married name was Keasey. She was born on 19 May 1851 in Beccaria Twp., Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, USA. She was the daughter of David Cree and Susannah M. Price.

Jane L. Cree married George W. Keasey on 3 December 1872.

Her son David C Keasey was born on 8 November 1877 in Polk County, Iowa, USA.

Her son Charles Samuel Keasey was born on 6 October 1881 in Polk County, Iowa.

Her mother Susannah M. Price died on 23 November 1882 in Altoona, Polk County, Iowa, USA.

Her son Roy Keasey was born on 14 February 1886 in Polk County, Iowa.

Her daughter Edna Keasey was born in August 1889 in Polk County, Iowa.

Her father David Cree died on 12 October 1896 in Altoona, Polk County, Iowa.

Jane L. Cree died on 28 April 1932 in Worthington, Minnesota.

Children of Jane L. Cree and George W. Keasey

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John W. Cree

Male, CreeID#5078, (8 November 1853 - 13 May 1913)
ChartsBranch 21a. The John Cree branch of PA
John W. Cree John W. Cree was married twice after the death of his first wife, Elizebeth Schooley. The family name of his second and third wives is unknown although they were sisters. His second wife died soon after their marriage and his third wife, Sarah Jane, died in November of 1912 in Los Angeles, Ca. She was cremated and her ashes were buried with John W. Cree in Newark Ohio. He was born on 8 November 1853 in Beccaria Twp., Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, USA. He was the son of David Cree and Susannah M. Price.

John W. Cree married Elizebeth Schooley on 28 August 1880 in Polk County, Iowa, USA.

His daughter Ida May Cree was born on 28 August 1881 in Greene County, Iowa, USA.

His mother Susannah M. Price died on 23 November 1882 in Altoona, Polk County, Iowa, USA.

His wife Elizebeth Schooley died in June 1887.

His father David Cree died on 12 October 1896 in Altoona, Polk County, Iowa.

John W. Cree died on 13 May 1913 in Los Angeles, California, USA. He was buried in Cedar Hill Cemetery, Newark, Ohio, USA.

Child of John W. Cree and Elizebeth Schooley

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Catherine Cree

Female, CreeID#5079, (6 May 1856 - 20 May 1945)
ChartsBranch 21a. The John Cree branch of PA
Catherine Cree was buried in Inglewood, California, USA.

Catherine Cree was also known as Kate Cree. She was born on 6 May 1856 in Beccaria Twp., Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, USA. She was the daughter of David Cree and Susannah M. Price.

Her mother Susannah M. Price died on 23 November 1882 in Altoona, Polk County, Iowa, USA.

Her father David Cree died on 12 October 1896 in Altoona, Polk County, Iowa.

Catherine Cree was a matron in McKinley Home for Boys, Los Angeles, California, USA.1

Catherine Cree died on 20 May 1945 in 1319 W Santa Barbara Avenue, Los Angeles, California, USA.2

References

  1. [S519] Los Angeles Times, 23 May 1945, p A8, "retired matron at the McKinley Home for Boys."
  2. [S519] Los Angeles Times, 23 May 1945, p A8, "Cree, Miss Kate, loving sister of Mrs Ida May Keating..."
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Charles Cree

Male, CreeID#5080, (4 September 1860 - 12 January 1861)
ChartsBranch 21a. The John Cree branch of PA
Charles Cree was buried in Beccaria Twp., Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, USA. He was born on 4 September 1860 in Beccaria Twp., Clearfield County, Pennsylvania. He was the son of David Cree and Susannah M. Price.

Charles Cree died on 12 January 1861 in Beccaria Twp., Clearfield County, Pennsylvania.
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Anna M. Cree

Female, CreeID#5081, (4 September 1860 - 30 July 1930)
ChartsBranch 21a. The John Cree branch of PA
Anna M. Cree was buried in Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA. Her married name was Taylor. She was born on 4 September 1860 in Beccaria Twp., Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, USA. She was the daughter of David Cree and Susannah M. Price.

Her mother Susannah M. Price died on 23 November 1882 in Altoona, Polk County, Iowa, USA.

Anna M. Cree married Alexander B. Taylor on 3 October 1888 in Polk County, Iowa, USA.

Her father David Cree died on 12 October 1896 in Altoona, Polk County, Iowa.

Anna M. Cree died on 30 July 1930 in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

Family: Anna M. Cree and Alexander B. Taylor

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Ida May Cree

Female, CreeID#5082, (8 January 1864 - 25 September 1949)
ChartsBranch 21a. The John Cree branch of PA
Her married name was Keating. Ida May Cree was born on 8 January 1864 in Beccaria Twp., Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, USA. She was the daughter of David Cree and Susannah M. Price.

Her mother Susannah M. Price died on 23 November 1882 in Altoona, Polk County, Iowa, USA.

Ida May Cree married Thomas C. Keating on 20 May 1885 in Polk County, Iowa, USA.

Her father David Cree died on 12 October 1896 in Altoona, Polk County, Iowa.

Ida May Cree died on 25 September 1949 in Inglewood, California, USA. She was buried in Inglewood, California.

Family: Ida May Cree and Thomas C. Keating

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Elizebeth Schooley

Female, CreeID#5083, (12 March 1858 - June 1887)
ChartsBranch 21a. The John Cree branch of PA
Elizebeth Schooley was buried. Her married name was Cree. She was born on 12 March 1858.

Elizebeth Schooley married John W. Cree, son of David Cree and Susannah M. Price, on 28 August 1880 in Polk County, Iowa, USA.

Her daughter Ida May Cree was born on 28 August 1881 in Greene County, Iowa, USA.

Elizebeth Schooley died in June 1887.

Child of Elizebeth Schooley and John W. Cree

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Ida May Cree

Female, CreeID#5084, (28 August 1881 - 13 October 1955)
ChartsBranch 21a. The John Cree branch of PA
Ida May Cree was buried in Inglewood, California, USA. Her married name was Boring. She was born on 28 August 1881 in Greene County, Iowa, USA. She was the daughter of John W. Cree and Elizebeth Schooley.

Her mother Elizebeth Schooley died in June 1887.

Ida May Cree married Guy E. Boring in 1902 in Newark, Ohio, USA.

Her father John W. Cree died on 13 May 1913 in Los Angeles, California, USA.

Ida May Cree died on 13 October 1955 in Yucaipa, San Bernadino County, California, USA.

Family: Ida May Cree and Guy E. Boring

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Mary Pamela Cree

Female, CreeID#5085, (22 July 1852 - 28 April 1949)
ChartsBranch 21a. The John Cree branch of PA
Mary Pamela Cree was buried in Santa Ana, California, USA. Her married name was Trythall. She was born on 22 July 1852 in Beccaria Twp., Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, USA. She was the daughter of William Cree and Lavena Johnson.

Mary Pamela Cree married Thomas Trythall in 1890 in Miller, Hand County, South Dakota, USA.

Her daughter Anna L. Trythall was born on 11 September 1891.

Her father William Cree died on 26 February 1892 in Miller, Hand County, South Dakota.

Her mother Lavena Johnson died on 21 October 1897 in Miller, Hand County, South Dakota.

Mary Pamela Cree died on 28 April 1949 in Orange County, California, USA.

Child of Mary Pamela Cree and Thomas Trythall

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Thomas Clayton Cree

Male, CreeID#5086, (25 July 1854 - 15 January 1927)
ChartsBranch 21a. The John Cree branch of PA
Thomas Clayton Cree was a Sheriff in Davis County, Iowa, USA.1 He was born on 25 July 1854 in Beccaria Twp., Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, USA. He was the son of William Cree and Lavena Johnson.

Thomas Clayton Cree married Carrie Viola Lockman, daughter of Samuel D Lockman, on 5 April 1877 in Davis County, Iowa. All of the children were raised as Methodists.1

After 5 April 1877 Thomas Clayton Cree and Carrie Viola Lockman were living in Davis County, Iowa. They lived on the farm that Carrie had grown up on, "five miles west of Bloomfield, Davis Co. IA."1

His daughter Nellie E. Cree was born on 26 February 1878 in Davis County, Iowa.

His daughter Calla Amanda Cree was born on 7 November 1880 in Davis County, Iowa.

His daughter Louella Cree was born on 5 November 1882 in Davis County, Iowa.

His daughter Mary Belle Cree was born on 6 January 1885 in Davis County, Iowa.

His daughter Mattie Ruth Cree was born on 24 February 1887 in Davis County, Iowa.

His daughter Winniford Cree was born on 21 April 1890 in Davis County, Iowa.

His father William Cree died on 26 February 1892 in Miller, Hand County, South Dakota, USA.

His daughter Grace M. Cree was born on 21 November 1892 in Davis County, Iowa.

His son William Lockman Cree was born on 14 April 1895 in Davis County, Iowa.

His mother Lavena Johnson died on 21 October 1897 in Miller, Hand County, South Dakota.

Thomas Clayton Cree died on 15 January 1927 in Belknap, Davis County, Iowa, USA. He was buried in I.O.O.F. Lodge Cemetery, Bloomfield, Davis County, Iowa, USA.1

Children of Thomas Clayton Cree and Carrie Viola Lockman

References

  1. [S16] Personal communication, Email from Lindsay Kaye Palmer, 25 Nov 2011.
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William Calvin Cree

Male, CreeID#5087, (1857 - 1879)
ChartsBranch 21a. The John Cree branch of PA
William Calvin Cree was buried in Bloomfield, Davis County, Iowa, USA. He was born in 1857 in Beccaria Twp., Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, USA. He was the son of William Cree and Lavena Johnson.

William Calvin Cree died in 1879 in Kansas City, Missouri, USA.
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David Porter Cree

Male, CreeID#5088, (21 July 1859 - 1917)
ChartsBranch 21a. The John Cree branch of PA
David Porter Cree was buried in Miller, Hand County, South Dakota, USA. He was born on 21 July 1859 in Beccaria Twp., Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, USA. He was the son of William Cree and Lavena Johnson.

His father William Cree died on 26 February 1892 in Miller, Hand County, South Dakota.

David Porter Cree married Margaret Crauley (Crawley) in 1897 in Hand County, South Dakota, USA.

His mother Lavena Johnson died on 21 October 1897 in Miller, Hand County, South Dakota.

His daughter Lora Cree was born on 21 April 1900 in Miller, Hand County, South Dakota.

His son Lynn Cree was born on 10 March 1903 in Hand County, South Dakota.

His daughter Mina Margaret Cree was born on 4 April 1906 in South Dakota, USA.

His daughter Delta Mary Cree was born on 25 July 1911 in Miller, Hand County, South Dakota.

David Porter Cree died in 1917 in Miller, Hand County, South Dakota.

Children of David Porter Cree and Margaret Crauley (Crawley)

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Ira John Cree

Male, CreeID#5089, (7 January 1866 - 11 February 1951)
ChartsBranch 21a. The John Cree branch of PA
Ira John Cree was buried in Oak Park Cemetery, Claremont, California, USA. He was born on 7 January 1866 in Beccaria Twp., Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, USA. He was the son of William Cree and Lavena Johnson.

His father William Cree died on 26 February 1892 in Miller, Hand County, South Dakota, USA.

Ira John Cree married Ella Miltonberger on 11 October 1893 in Miller, Hand County, South Dakota.

His son William Harold Cree was born on 2 October 1894 in Miller, Hand County, South Dakota.

His son George E. Cree was born on 15 March 1896 in Miller, Hand County, South Dakota.

His mother Lavena Johnson died on 21 October 1897 in Miller, Hand County, South Dakota.

His wife Ella Miltonberger died on 16 January 1941 in Long Beach, California, USA.

Ira John Cree died on 11 February 1951 in Claremont, California, USA.

Children of Ira John Cree and Ella Miltonberger

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Carrie Viola Lockman

Female, CreeID#5090, (10 May 1855 - 9 March 1933)
ChartsBranch 21a. The John Cree branch of PA
Her married name was Cree. Carrie Viola Lockman was born on 10 May 1855 in near Belknap, Iowa, USA. She was the daughter of Samuel D Lockman.

Carrie Viola Lockman married Thomas Clayton Cree, son of William Cree and Lavena Johnson, on 5 April 1877 in Davis County, Iowa, USA. All of the children were raised as Methodists.1

After 5 April 1877 Carrie Viola Lockman and Thomas Clayton Cree were living in Davis County, Iowa. They lived on the farm that Carrie had grown up on, "five miles west of Bloomfield, Davis Co. IA."1

Her daughter Nellie E. Cree was born on 26 February 1878 in Davis County, Iowa.

Her daughter Calla Amanda Cree was born on 7 November 1880 in Davis County, Iowa.

Her daughter Louella Cree was born on 5 November 1882 in Davis County, Iowa.

Her daughter Mary Belle Cree was born on 6 January 1885 in Davis County, Iowa.

Her daughter Mattie Ruth Cree was born on 24 February 1887 in Davis County, Iowa.

Her daughter Winniford Cree was born on 21 April 1890 in Davis County, Iowa.

Her daughter Grace M. Cree was born on 21 November 1892 in Davis County, Iowa.

Her son William Lockman Cree was born on 14 April 1895 in Davis County, Iowa.

Her husband Thomas Clayton Cree died on 15 January 1927 in Belknap, Davis County, Iowa, USA.

Her daughter Nellie E. Cree died in April 1929 in Grundy County, Missouri, USA.

Carrie Viola Lockman died on 9 March 1933 in Davis County, Iowa.1 She was buried in I.O.O.F. Lodge Cemetery, Bloomfield, Davis County, Iowa, USA.

Children of Carrie Viola Lockman and Thomas Clayton Cree

References

  1. [S16] Personal communication, Email from Lindsay Kaye Palmer, 25 Nov 2011.
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Nellie E. Cree

Female, CreeID#5091, (26 February 1878 - April 1929)
ChartsBranch 21a. The John Cree branch of PA
Nellie E. Cree was buried in Trenton, Grundy County, Missouri, USA. Her married name was Guile. She was born on 26 February 1878 in Davis County, Iowa, USA. She was the daughter of Thomas Clayton Cree and Carrie Viola Lockman.

Nellie E. Cree married Carl Andrew Guile on 17 March 1901.

Her son Kenneth Cree Guile was born on 13 February 1902 in Bloomfield, Davis County, Iowa, USA.

Her son Clayton Andrew Guile was born on 8 March 1904 in Bloomfield, Davis County, Iowa.

Her father Thomas Clayton Cree died on 15 January 1927 in Belknap, Davis County, Iowa, USA.

Nellie E. Cree died in April 1929 in Grundy County, Missouri, USA.

Children of Nellie E. Cree and Carl Andrew Guile

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Calla Amanda Cree

Female, CreeID#5092, (7 November 1880 - 1 January 1959)
ChartsBranch 21a. The John Cree branch of PA
Calla Amanda Cree was buried in Bloomfield, Davis County, Iowa, USA. Her married name was Vorhis. She was born on 7 November 1880 in Davis County, Iowa, USA. She was the daughter of Thomas Clayton Cree and Carrie Viola Lockman.

Calla Amanda Cree married Clarence G. Vorhis on 1 October 1913.

Her father Thomas Clayton Cree died on 15 January 1927 in Belknap, Davis County, Iowa, USA.

Her mother Carrie Viola Lockman died on 9 March 1933 in Davis County, Iowa.1

Calla Amanda Cree died on 1 January 1959 in Bloomfield, Davis County, Iowa.

Family: Calla Amanda Cree and Clarence G. Vorhis

References

  1. [S16] Personal communication, Email from Lindsay Kaye Palmer, 25 Nov 2011.
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Louella Cree

Female, CreeID#5093, (5 November 1882 - 19 February 1968)
ChartsBranch 21a. The John Cree branch of PA
Her married name was Wall. Louella Cree was buried. Her married name was Sporer. She was born on 5 November 1882 in Davis County, Iowa, USA. She was the daughter of Thomas Clayton Cree and Carrie Viola Lockman.

Louella Cree married Clayton Sporer on 4 September 1900.

Her son Earl Sporer was born on 7 May 1901.

Her son Ira Sporer was born on 30 September 1905.

Louella Cree married George A. Wall on 17 May 1917.

Her father Thomas Clayton Cree died on 15 January 1927 in Belknap, Davis County, Iowa, USA.

Her husband George A. Wall died on 9 September 1931.

Her mother Carrie Viola Lockman died on 9 March 1933 in Davis County, Iowa.1

Her son Ira Sporer died on 17 March 1959.

Louella Cree died on 19 February 1968 in Torrance, California, USA.

Children of Louella Cree and Clayton Sporer

Family: Louella Cree and George A. Wall

References

  1. [S16] Personal communication, Email from Lindsay Kaye Palmer, 25 Nov 2011.
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Mary Belle Cree

Female, CreeID#5094, (6 January 1885 - 17 February 1959)
ChartsBranch 21a. The John Cree branch of PA
Mary Belle Cree was also known as Belle Mary Cree.1 Her married name was Burns. She was born on 6 January 1885 in Davis County, Iowa, USA. She was the daughter of Thomas Clayton Cree and Carrie Viola Lockman.

Mary Belle Cree married Orla Julissa Burns, son of John Henry Burns and Laviona Brundaga, on 25 December 1901. They had eight children from 1903 to 1922.1

They lived about a milke from Belknap, near two railroads.

On 1 March 1915 Mary Belle Cree and Orla Julissa Burns moved from Belknap and settled at Sheridan Lake, Colorado, USA. They moved to Cheyenne Wells, Colorado, in 1916 where, in 1920, Orla was employed as a real estate agent.1 Mary Belle Cree and Orla Julissa Burns were separated some time in the mid-1920s. Lindsay Kaye Palmer writes, "While they never divorced they never lived together from then on. Belle continued to live in Cheyenne Wells with the children."1

Her father Thomas Clayton Cree died on 15 January 1927 in Belknap, Davis County, Iowa, USA.

Her mother Carrie Viola Lockman died on 9 March 1933 in Davis County, Iowa.1

"While living in Cheyenne Wells, Belle was known to have worked as a cook at the West Hotel, as a housekeeper for a barber named Massey, and a caretaker of his motherless son, Carvin, and also helped Dr. Homer deliver babies. When Bill graduated from high school, she and Billy moved to Alhambra, CA. Bill completed four years of college before enlisting in the army to serve in WWII. Walter, Isabel, Don, and Martha also moved to CA.

Belle was known to be a very strong willed, stubborn person. She had an apartment in Alhambra, CA. She had no car, but would direct anyone on how to get anywhere when riding in a car with her. Often her help was “unsolicited.” She made jelly and canned food for her family located near by. She made beautiful knit baby clothes for each of her grandchildren and later some of her great-grandchildren. She enjoyed going to her neighbors to watch television, especially soap operas and wrestling."1

Mary Belle Cree died on 17 February 1959 in Alhambra, California, USA. (Robert H Cree has Fontana CA.)1,2 She was buried in Fontana, California, USA.2 She was buried in Green Acres Memorial Park, Bloomington, California, USA.1

Family: Mary Belle Cree and Orla Julissa Burns

References

  1. [S16] Personal communication, Email from Lindsay Kaye Palmer, 25 Nov 2011.
  2. [S316] Robert H Cree research files, 2006.
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Mattie Ruth Cree

Female, CreeID#5095, (24 February 1887 - 1 January 1944)
ChartsBranch 21a. The John Cree branch of PA
Mattie Ruth Cree was buried in Batavia, Jefferson County, Iowa, USA. Her married name was Hull. She was born on 24 February 1887 in Davis County, Iowa, USA. She was the daughter of Thomas Clayton Cree and Carrie Viola Lockman.

Mattie Ruth Cree married John C. Hull on 27 January 1908.

Her father Thomas Clayton Cree died on 15 January 1927 in Belknap, Davis County, Iowa, USA.

Her mother Carrie Viola Lockman died on 9 March 1933 in Davis County, Iowa.1

Mattie Ruth Cree died on 1 January 1944 in Jefferson County, Iowa, USA.

Family: Mattie Ruth Cree and John C. Hull

References

  1. [S16] Personal communication, Email from Lindsay Kaye Palmer, 25 Nov 2011.
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Winniford Cree

Female, CreeID#5096, (21 April 1890 - April 1975)
ChartsBranch 21a. The John Cree branch of PA
Her married name was Ingersol. Winniford Cree was buried. She was born on 21 April 1890 in Davis County, Iowa, USA. She was the daughter of Thomas Clayton Cree and Carrie Viola Lockman.

Winniford Cree married Edward C. Ingersol on 10 October 1908.

Her son William Clayton Ingersol was born on 9 October 1910.

Her son Richard Cree Ingersol was born on 30 April 1914.

Her father Thomas Clayton Cree died on 15 January 1927 in Belknap, Davis County, Iowa, USA.

Her mother Carrie Viola Lockman died on 9 March 1933 in Davis County, Iowa.1

Her son Richard Cree Ingersol died on 18 July 1944.

Her son William Clayton Ingersol died on 28 March 1957.

Winniford Cree died in April 1975 in Wapello County, Iowa, USA.

Children of Winniford Cree and Edward C. Ingersol

References

  1. [S16] Personal communication, Email from Lindsay Kaye Palmer, 25 Nov 2011.
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Grace M. Cree

Female, CreeID#5097, (21 November 1892 - 1 September 1958)
ChartsBranch 21a. The John Cree branch of PA
Grace M. Cree was buried in Douds-Leando Cemetery, VanBuren County, Iowa, USA. Her married name was Morrison. She was born on 21 November 1892 in Davis County, Iowa, USA. She was the daughter of Thomas Clayton Cree and Carrie Viola Lockman.

Grace M. Cree married Harry Morrison on 1 September 1909.

Her father Thomas Clayton Cree died on 15 January 1927 in Belknap, Davis County, Iowa, USA.

Her mother Carrie Viola Lockman died on 9 March 1933 in Davis County, Iowa.1

Grace M. Cree died on 1 September 1958 in Van Buren County, Iowa, USA.

Family: Grace M. Cree and Harry Morrison

References

  1. [S16] Personal communication, Email from Lindsay Kaye Palmer, 25 Nov 2011.
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William Lockman Cree

Male, CreeID#5098, (14 April 1895 - 12 August 1968)
ChartsBranch 21a. The John Cree branch of PA
William Lockman Cree was buried in Bloomfield, Davis County, Iowa, USA. He was born on 14 April 1895 in Davis County, Iowa, USA. He was the son of Thomas Clayton Cree and Carrie Viola Lockman.

William Lockman Cree married Beulah Bennett on 30 June 1921 in Davis County, Iowa.

His daughter Mildred Jeane Cree was born on 4 April 1925.

His father Thomas Clayton Cree died on 15 January 1927 in Belknap, Davis County, Iowa, USA.

William Lockman Cree married Mildred Fergurson Schlegal on 20 July 1930 in Davis County, Iowa.

His mother Carrie Viola Lockman died on 9 March 1933 in Davis County, Iowa.1

William Lockman Cree died on 12 August 1968 in Bloomfield, Davis County, Iowa.

Child of William Lockman Cree and Beulah Bennett

Family: William Lockman Cree and Mildred Fergurson Schlegal

References

  1. [S16] Personal communication, Email from Lindsay Kaye Palmer, 25 Nov 2011.
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Margaret Caskey

Female, CreeID#5099, (April 1862 - 1902)
ChartsBranch 21a. The John Cree branch of PA
Margaret Caskey was buried in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. Her married name was Cree. She was born in April 1862 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Margaret Caskey married William Adonirum Judson Cree, son of William E. Cree and Susan Jackson Wallace, in 1893 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Her daughter Anna Newton Cree was born on 14 February 1896 in Camden, New Jersey, USA.

Margaret Caskey died in 1902 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Child of Margaret Caskey and William Adonirum Judson Cree

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Anna Newton Cree

Female, CreeID#5100, (14 February 1896 - 9 March 1963)
ChartsBranch 21a. The John Cree branch of PA
Anna Newton Cree was buried in Northwood Cemetery, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. Her married name was Fulmer.

Anna Newton Cree married Dr. Charles L. Fulmer in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. Anna Newton Cree was born on 14 February 1896 in Camden, New Jersey, USA. She was the daughter of William Adonirum Judson Cree and Margaret Caskey.

Her mother Margaret Caskey died in 1902 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Her father William Adonirum Judson Cree died on 20 July 1920 in Camden, New Jersey.

Anna Newton Cree died on 9 March 1963 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Family: Anna Newton Cree and Dr. Charles L. Fulmer

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