Ancestors of Margaret Euleta Kenote

Second Generation (Parents)

2. George Alousis Kenote-[14], son of George Kenote-[16] and Catharine Kelly-[17], was born on 6 Oct 1886 in Roulette, Potter, PA died on 10 May 1944 in Cleveland, Cuyahoga, OH, at age 57, and was buried on 13 May 1944 in Cleveland, Cuyahoga, OH.

General Notes: !DEATH: Death certificate for George A. Kenote, Reg. Dis. No 286, State File No. 30324, Primary Reg. Dist. No. 8118, Registrar's No 4125. Ohio Department of Health Columbus, Ohio. A certified copy is in possession of Joyanna Margaret Hoff Carlton, 9326 Orizaba Avenue, Downey, CA 90240.
!CEMETERY: Lakeview Cemetery, Cleveland, Cuyahoga, OH.
!BIRTH: MARRIAGE: DEATH: Copied from record of Derrick William Boh. Originals in possession Joyanna Hoff Carlton, 9326 Orizaba Avenue, Downey, CA 90240.
!BIRTH: MARRIAGE: DEATH: Carolyn Timmerman Sidenius. Descendants of Lieut. Henry Timmerman of Herkimer County, New York. Snell-Zimmerman-Timmerman Reunion, Inc. Heart of the Lakes Publishing, Interlaken, New York 1988 .P 149. Orson Duane Ravenberg. The proxy for the baptism performed on 10 Aug 1966 was Steven Grover. Orson Ravenberg is a son in law to the daughter Margaret Euleta Kenote of George A. Kenote.
!OBITUARY: Potter County, PA vital Statistics. Family History Library, Santa Monica, CA. Film 0931859. Father Foreign born in Germany. Mother born in NY.
LETTER: Written by Mary Ann to her granddaughter Margaret Eleanor Boh. Morehouse June 12, 1918
"I often wonder if George has ever met Charles Percival Kreuzer, he is in the same kind of business and is a fine young fellow and he is a distant cousin of yours, he had a very nice wife and your father knew her father his name was Woodman and this young couple have a sweet little Daughter."

George married Margaret Eleanor Boh-[15] [MRIN:8] on 24 Sep 1907 in Olean, Cattaraugus, NY.

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

Children from this marriage were:
i. George Kenote-[173] (born on 4 Oct 1908 Olean, Cattaraugus, NY - died on 4 Oct 1908 in Olean, Cattaraugus, NY)
1 ii. Margaret Euleta Kenote-[7] (born on 15 Sep 1909 Olean, Cattaraugus, NY - died on 23 Oct 2000 in Vancouver, Clark, WA)
iii. John Joseph Kenote-[174] (born on 30 Sep 1913 Olean, Cattaraugus, NY)
iv. William Justice Kenote-[175] (born on 29 May 1915 Olean, Cattaraugus, NY - died on 28 Dec 1915 in Olean, Cattaraugus, NY)

George next married Mrs Anna Grace Kenote-[6798] [MRIN:16], in 1935 in Cleveland, Cuyahoga, IL. Mrs was born in 1890 in , , IL and died in 1990 in Cleveland, Cuyahoga, IL, at age 100.

General Notes: !BIRTH, DEATH, MARRIAGE: Family Records

3. Margaret Eleanor Boh-[15], daughter of Derick William Boh-[18] and Hattie Sarah Timmerman-[19], was born on 6 May 1889 in Orleans, Jefferson, NY died on 19 Jan 1974 in Kirkland, King, WA, at age 84, and was buried on 22 Jan 1974 in Seattle, King, WA.
 

General Notes: !BIRTH: MARRIAGE: DEATH: Carolyn Timmerman Sidenius.
DESCENDANTS OF LIEUT. HENRY TIMMERMAN OF HERKIMER COUNTY, NEW YORK. Snell-Zimmerman-Timmerman Reunion, Inc. Heart of the Lakes Publishing, Interlaken, New York 1988 .P 149
!BIRTH DATE AND PLACE: Birth certificate in possession of Margaret Euleta Kenote Hoff, 3509 N.E. 52nd Street, Vancouver, WA 98661
!BIRTH: MARRIAGE: DEATH: Dates and places transcribed from personal hand written originals of Derrick William Boh.
!DEATH: Death certificate for Margaret Eleanor Boh, Local File Number 602, Washington State Department of Social and Health Services, Bureau of Vital Statistics, State of Washington Department of Health Seattle-King Vital Statistics Section, Seattle, King, Washington. A certified copy is in possession of Joyanna Margaret Hoff Carlton, 9326 Orizaba Avenue, Downey, CA 90240
!CEMETERY: Floral Hills, Alderwood Manor, King, WA
!OBITUARY: "In Memory of Margaret E. Kenote, Born May 6, 1889 in New York, Passed away Jan 19, 1974 Kirkland, King WA....Concluding Service and Interment will follow in the Azalea Garden at Floral Hills."
!PICTURES: Margaret Eleanor Boh at the ages of 2 months and 10 days taken July 16th, 1889, age 1 year in Clayton, NY, January 23, 1893 when she was 3 years and 8 months take in Elmira, NY, December 14, 1893 age 4 years 7 months taken in Oswego, NY.
LETTER: Written by Mary Ann to her granddaughter Margaret Eleanor Boh. Morehouse June 12, 1918
My Dear Granddaughter;
    Please do not imagine that I have forgotten to answer your very kind letter. I have been thinking of you very much and of what you said about becoming a nurse as that would separate you from your children and I am hoping that George will not be drafted or bothered in any way in regard to this war a man may sometimes do his Patriotic duty just as well by staying at home and doing some useful work.
    Poor William I guess (he) is quite near the fighting in France and the poor fellows are all longing for the time when they can return home, he says France is a beautiful country and the land seems to be tilled and very little is allowed to be without crops. The people in American have been very kind to the people of the Allied Nations and this will never be forgotten this will become History and will be known all over the world. I am both proud and Happy to be able to say I am an American. I am sure that you and all your Dear Family feels the same way. This war has caused much grief and unhappiness and also much inconvenience but I hope the Lord will help and I uphold the people in this struggle and make them endure until they win and Righteousness shall prevail in this world once more.
    I often wonder if George has ever met Charles Percival Kreuzer, he is in the same kind of business and is a fine young fellow and he is a distant cousin of yours, he had a very nice wife and your father knew her father his name was Woodman and this young couple have a sweet little Daughter.
    I wish John and Euleta (Margaret Euleta Kenote) could spend their vacation with us, the hills and the open fields would seem quite wonderful to them and they would never forget their visit to the great woods. I hope Euleta will get rested and strong during vacation so that she will be able to continue her studies.
    Berts girls are having the measles and it is really too bad that this should happen just at the end of the term. Rena (Lorena) has been here over three weeks. She has attended school a part of the time.
    I was not able to get meals and the men got her to help out. She seems to be willing to do what she can.
    Your Father has sent a picture of himself and Emily and the little boy and also of their home which looked comfortable and cosy. I agree with you in what you say about Emily. I think is a nice and good woman and am glad you Father met her and that they took a liking to each other. Some men can do very well alone but your Father hallways seems to be best off when he has a companion he is very much of a home man.
    Uncle George is well and quite busy but Bernice says she has been sick during the whole of May. She is getting tired of this war bread business and I do not blame her for preferring the good old style. Your Aunt Nellie is in a dreadful state of anxiety about William and she writes a great many letters to him. Many more young men are going from her neighborhood so there will be plenty of mothers to grieve with her.
    This is not much of a letter hope I do better next time.
    Have been having new ralegia (neuralgia) in my head am some better. Good bye and I hope this will find you all well and that God will Bless the whole Family.
With best love from,
Grandma (Mary Ann Haremaker Boh)

Margaret married George Alousis Kenote-[14] [MRIN:8] on 24 Sep 1907 in Olean, Cattaraugus, NY.
 

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