Eglin Family
References #40-42


Aug/99
amended Jan/2000
amended 2 March 2000

Reference #40
from Donna Mae Husby August /99

Taken from Yakima Herald ,Spet. 20, 1911: Submitted to the  Yakima Valley  Gen. Soc. newsletter by Florence Smith, 302 East N. St. #57, Yakima, WA. 98901
Abraham Dolson Eglin, was a pioneer of the Yakima Valley having made his home here since 1871.  He died Sept. 13, 1911 at the age of 77.  His death due to kidney trouble.  Eight sons and daughters survived him.  He had severed at one time as Connissioner of Yakima Co.  and  was widely known in this and adjoining counties.  He was popular with older residents, and was known as "Uncle Abe” by the more recent arrivals to the town.
Abraham was a native to Woodstock Ontario, but though born on the Canada side was of American parents who early in his boy hood moved back across the border to Indiana.  He was born June 11 1834, and when 20 years old started by Ox team across the continent for the Pacific Coast.  Arriving that year 1854, at Eugene Oregon.
 From there he went to the gold fields in California, remained 4 years.  Then returned to Corvallis Oregon, where he lived 5 years.  Coming ti Yakima Valley in 1871.  He took up government land near Tampico. ( west of Yakima) There after making his home there,. Like many other pioneers here he hauled his hops and other produce by team to The Dalles ( port on Columbia River)  bring back his supplies from there.
Abraham married Margaret Crews who like him self had come across the plains by wagon.  They rasied eight sons and three daughters:  Benjamin Cornelius - John S.- Warren M.- Thomas W.- Charles Dolson- George W. - James B. and Frank.  Lavina ( Strong)- Judith( Dithenlhaler) and Olivia ( Barth)
Children of  William M. Ferguson and Margaret Ann Eglin Ferguson.                                                  George Washington b. 5/19/1861 IN. m. Anzelettie Holenbeck  9/25/1888 Ellensburg, Kittitas Co. Terr. of WA  (They are my greatgrand parents)  George died 1/9/1930, in Twispe Okangon Co. WA.  Anzelettie d. 1943 Monroe  Snohomish Co. WA.
James Cornelius (nick name Kitt) b. 12/1/1862 IN.  m. Elena Martinson 2/14/1889,  Waterville, Douglas Co. Terr. Of WA.
John Thomas b. 8/1865 IN. m. Carrie ( do not have her full name) They both died in New Port Or. after 1950.
Emma May b. 8/1868 IN.  m. W.H. Kneimyer, Waterville Douglas Co. Terr. Of WA.
Lilly Jane b. 9/5/1875 Terr. Of Oregon .  m. Omer Huston.

I have been in contact with a lady from IL. She had a William M. Ferguson born 1832 from around Pittsburg PA. , but he had married about 5 years before William married Margaret.  They had a child.

Reference #41
from Ron Plimley (see Ref #35) Jan/99
FROM INTELLECTUAL RESERVE INC MARRIAGE RECORDS 1998
seems to be a marriage record CD from across USA
BARTH, Charles   Marriage
 Wife: Olive EGLIN
Marriage Date: 04 Mar 1885 Recorded in: Yakima, Washington
Source: FHL Number 928374 Dates: 1869-1895

1733262  M593781
CARD, E. E.   Marriage
Wife: Ivy or J. S. EGLIN
Marriage Date: 14 Dec 1890 Recorded in: Yakima, Washington

1733419  M593781
DITTENTHOLER, John Age: Source: FHL Number 928374 Dates: 1869-1895

1733459  M593781
EGLIN, Frank Age: 22 years Marriage
Wife: Maggie B. BATES Age: 22 years
 Marriage Date: 19 Dec 1900 Recorded in: Yakima, Washington
 Husband's Father: A. D. EGLIN
 Husband's Mother: Martha CRESS
 Wife's Father: T. E. BATES
 Wife's Mother: Ellie LOGSDON
Source: FHL Number 928374 Dates: 1869-1895

1733462 M593781
EGLIN, Thomas W. Age: 24 years

Wife: Daisie I. BURGETT Age: 19 years
Marriage Date: 16 May 1895 Recorded in: Yakima, Washington
 Husband's Father: A. D. EGLIN
 Husband's Mother:   KRUZE
 Wife's Father: Ira A. BURGETT
 Wife's Mother: Cynthia PATTERSON
Source: FHL Number 928374 Dates: 1869-1895

932504 M526061
EGLIN, Thomas   Marriage
Wife: Marcy HAN
Marriage Date: 19 Feb 1838 Recorded in: Passaic, New Jersey
Source: FHL Number 1312446 Dates: 1837-1885
1733460 M593781
EGLIN, George W.   Marriage
Wife: Harriet JOHNSON
Marriage Date: 23 Dec 1897 Recorded in: Yakima, Washington
Source: FHL Number 928374 Dates: 1869-1895

1735068  M593841
EGLIN, James M.   Marriage
Wife: Francis M. KERNS
Marriage Date: 27 Feb 1868 Recorded in: Benton, Oregon
Source: FHL Number 908958 Dates: 1851-1895

733458 M593781
EGLIN, Charles Age: 19 years Marriage
Wife: Julia REED Age: 19 years
 Marriage Date: 06 Sep 1892 Recorded in: Yakima, Washington
 Husband's Father: A. EGLIN
 Husband's Mother: Margaret CRUSE
 Wife's Father: John REED
 Wife's Mother: M. J. FERRIS
Source: FHL Number 928374 Dates: 1869-1895
1733457 M593781
EGLIN, Benjamin C.   Marriage
Wife: Sarah A. SHAW
Marriage Date: 13 Dec 1882 Recorded in: Yakima, Washington
Source: FHL Number 928374 Dates: 1869-1895

1733461 M593781
EGLIN, John Sherman   Marriage
Wife: Ellen SLEAVEIN OR SLAVIN
Marriage Date: 24 Mar 1889 Recorded in: Yakima, Washington
Source: FHL Number 928374 Dates: 1869-1895

437009    M515712
EGLIN, George W.   Marriage
Wife: Lebra VAN VELSEN
Marriage Date: 24 Oct 1852 Recorded in: St Charles, Missouri
  Wife previously married
Source: FHL Number 528174 Dates: 1850-1852

1733474  M593781
ERNSBERGER, John   Marriage
Wife: Wayzata EPLIN OR EGLIN
Marriage Date: 20 Nov 1888 Recorded in: Yakima, Washington
Source: FHL Number 928374 Dates: 1869-1895
 

1733497  M593781
FIELD, Jessie W. Age: 24 years Marriage
Wife: Neva M. EGLIN Age: 15 years
 Marriage Date: 23 Dec 1899 Recorded in: Yakima, Washington
 Husband's Father: G. W. FIELD
 Husband's Mother: Susan N. GREEN
 Wife's Father: James EGLIN
 Wife's Mother: Frances KEENS
Source: FHL Number 928374 Dates: 1869-1895
1735587  M593841
FLETT, James J.   Marriage
Wife: Mary EGLIN
Marriage Date: 01 Jan 1880 Recorded in: Benton, Oregon
Source: FHL Number 908958 Dates: 1851-1895
1734179  M593781
PERRY, Henry F. or T. Age: 27 yearsMarriage
Wife: Jessie EGLIN Age: 18 years
Marriage Date: 05 Jul 1899 Recorded in: Yakima, Washington
 Husband's Father: William PERRY
 Husband's Mother: Susan CASLE
 Wife's Father: James M. EGLIN
 Wife's Mother: Francis KERNS
1734538   M593781
WARREN, G. J.   Marriage
Wife: Lovina A. EGLIN
Marriage Date: 14 Jun 1881 Recorded in: Yakima, Washington
Source: FHL Number 928374 Dates: 1869-1895

Reference #42
sept/99
Jacqueline McCallum Bellingham Washington
871 St. Andrew’s Way Bellingham Wash 98226-6805

Descendants of Cornelius Eglin

Generation No. 1

1.  CORNELIUS2 EGLIN  (JOHN1) was born July 04, 1800 in Rotterdam, New York, and died May 12, 1862 in Centre, Porter, Indiana.  He married MARGARET DOLSON Bef. 1826 in Oxford, Ontario, Canada.  She was born 1805, and died 1871 in Oregon.

History of Klickitat, Yakima, Kittitas counties. 1904, page 580:

"Natives of New York and New Jersey, respectively, Cornelius and Mary (Dolson) Eglin, moved to Canada in 1844, later returning to Indiana were they raised their family."

Biography in "History of Yakima Valley" by J. J. Clark, 1919.  Page 1103-1104
Under GEORGE W. EGLIN

...Cornelius Eglin was a native of New York but in young manhood went to Canada, where he worked as a millwright and carpenter.  Later he recrossed the border into the United States, settling in Indiana, where he engaged in farming to the time of this death.

Children of CORNELIUS EGLIN and MARGARET DOLSON are:
2. i. ABRAHAM DOLSON3 EGLIN, b. June 11, 1834, Woodstock, Canada; d. September 13, 1911, Yakima, Washington.
3. ii. JOHN EGLIN, b. March 23, 1827; d. 1903.
4. iii. THOMAS EGLIN, b. 1829.
 iv. GEORGE W. EGLIN, b. 1830, Canada; m. LOVINA WELLS.
 v. LUCINDA EGLIN, b. 1832, Canada; m. CYRUS CLEMENT.
 vi. SABRINA EGLIN, b. 1836; d. Bef. 1850.
 vii. MARGARET ANN EGLIN, b. 1843, Canada; m. WILLIAM FERGUSON.
5. viii. JAMES MONROE EGLIN, b. November 24, 1845, Woodstock, Oxford, Ontario, Canada; d. December 16, 1915, Yakima, Washington.
 

Generation No. 2

2.  ABRAHAM DOLSON3 EGLIN (CORNELIUS2, JOHN1) was born June 11, 1834 in Woodstock, Canada, and died September 13, 1911 in Yakima, Washington.  He married MARGARET CREWS.  She was born August 21, 1837 in Lafayette County, Missouri, and died January 06, 1920 in Yakima, Washington.

History of Klickitat, Yakima, Kittitas counties.  1904, page 580:
"...raised in Indiana, and at the age of 20 started for the Pacific coast by ox teams, driving a team of slow-moving bovines over the long, tortuous trail to Eugene, Oregon.  He landed in the fall of 1854 and shortly afterward departed for the gold fields of California, where he mined four years.  He then returned to Corvallis, Oregon, where he followed butchering and operated a dray at the same time, for some five years.  In 1871 he moved to Yakima county and took up a quarter section of land, which he has owned ever since, and where he now resides, near Tampico."
"...is one of the leading farmers of the county, and in 1899 was elected county commissioner, serving in this capacity for 2 years. "

Biography in "History of Yakima Valley" by J. J. Clark, 1919.  Page 1103-1104
Under GEORGE W. EGLIN
...born at Woodstock, Canada, on the 11th of June, 1834, and the mother's birth occurred in Missouri, August 21, 1837... Abraham D. Eglin was a lad of but ten years when the family home was established in Indiana.  In 1854 he crossed the plains to the Pacific coast and settled in Oregon, near the present site of the city of Portland, which at the time, however, was but a tiny hamlet, covering but one or two streets of the now beautiful Rose City.  Mr. Eglin became extensively engaged in farming and stock raising and was also interested in mining.  In 1871 he left Oregon and removed to Yakima county, Washington, taking up a squatter's right on the Ahtanum, while later he preempted the claim.  It was a tract of wild land upon which not a furrow had been turned nor an improvement made.  With characteristic energy he began to development of the ranch, which he converted into a valuable and productive property.  Later in life he retired from active farming and took up his abode in Yakima, where he passed away in September, 1911.  He had been prominent in the public life of the community as well as in its agricultural development and had served as county commissioner, to which he was elected on the republican ticket, having long been a stalwart supporter of that party.  He was most highly esteemed as a man and citizen and ranked with the honored and representative pioneer ranchers of the district.  His wife was a daughter of a pioneer settler, her father having crossed the plains in 1852, at which time he located in Oregon, where he passed away when Mrs. Eglin was a young girl.  She survives her husband and is still living in Yakima.  In the family of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham D. Eglin were thirteen children, eleven of whom reached adult age, while ten are still living.  Benjamin C., born in Oregon, June 1, 1860, is a resident of Seattle.  Lavina, born November 14, 1861, makes her home in Twisp, Washington.  John S., born April 8, 1863, is deceased.  Judith F., born July 25, 1865, is living in Yakima.  Warren M., born January 27, 1867, is also a resident of Yakima.  Oliva L., born July 25, 1868, is the wife of Charles Barth, of Yakima.  Thomas W., born June 27, 1870, makes his home in the city of Yakima, as does Charles D., who was born November 1, 1872.  The next in the family is... George W. Eglin, born December 26, 1875.  James B., born March 1, 1877, is living in Yakima.  Frank, born October 12, 1878, is a rancher on the Ahtanum.

 ABRAHAM DOLSON EGLIN:
Occupation: 1870, Benton County, Oregon Census:  Drayman

Children of ABRAHAM EGLIN and MARGARET CREWS are:
6. i. JUDITH FRANCIS4 EGLIN, b. July 25, 1865.
 ii. BENJAMIN K. EGLIN, b. June 01, 1860.
 iii. LAVINA EGLIN, b. November 14, 1861; m. STRONG.
 iv. JOHN S. EGLIN, b. April 08, 1863.
 v. WARREN M. EGLIN, b. January 27, 1867; d. May 24, 1943.
 vi. OLIVIA L. EGLIN, b. July 25, 1868; m. CHARLES BARTH.
 vii. THOMAS W. EGLIN, b. June 27, 1870, Indiana; d. April 15, 1933; m. DAISY.
7. viii. CHARLES D. EGLIN, b. November 01, 1872, Tampico, Washington; d. March 29, 1956, Yakima, Washington.
8. ix. GEORGE W. EGLIN, b. December 26, 1875.
 x. JAMES B. EGLIN, b. March 01, 1877.
 xi. FRANK EGLIN, b. October 12, 1878, Tampico, Washington; m. MAGGIE BATES
 1900, North Yakima, Washington; b. 1878, Fort Walla Walla, Washington.
Described in the "History of Klickitat, Yakima, Kittitas counties, 1904, page 580:
Frank Eglin "is a young man of energy, perserverance and progressive ideas.  He is a man of honor and integrity, whose future prospects are bright and who enjoys the confidence and respect of all with whom he comes in contact in a business or social way."
 

 FRANK EGLIN:
Occupation: Farmer/Hop Grower

Notes for MAGGIE BATES:
Daughter of Thomas and Celia (Logsdon) Bates, both natives of Missouri but residing in Toppenish, Washington in 1904, Maggie married Frank Eglin in North Yakima in 1900.  Her parents were early settlers in Washington, coming to Walla Walla when that city was merely a fort, and there Maggie was born in 1878.  Her parents removed to Idaho when she was still a young girl, later going to Oregon and
then to Yakima county, where Maggie was married at the age of 22 years old.  .

3.  JOHN3 EGLIN (CORNELIUS2, JOHN1) was born March 23, 1827, and died 1903.  He married MAHALIA EDWARDS.

Children of JOHN EGLIN and MAHALIA EDWARDS are:
 i. FRANK4 EGLIN.
 ii. JANE EGLIN, m. PEERS.

4.  THOMAS3 EGLIN (CORNELIUS2, JOHN1) was born 1829.  He married PHOEBE BLACHLY.

 THOMAS EGLIN:
Occupation: 1870, Benton County, Oregon Census:  Farmer

Children of THOMAS EGLIN and PHOEBE BLACHLY are:
 i. JOHN B.4 EGLIN, b. Abt. 1853.
 ii. MARY A. EGLIN, b. Abt. 1857.
 iii. GEORGE F. EGLIN, b. Abt. 1862.
 iv. JAS L. EGLIN, b. Abt. 1865.

5.  JAMES MONROE3 EGLIN (CORNELIUS2, JOHN1) was born November 24, 1845 in Woodstock, Oxford, Ontario, Canada, and died December 16, 1915 in Yakima, Washington.  He married FRANCIS KERNS in Benton, Oregon.  She was born Abt. 1850 in Ohio.

 JAMES MONROE EGLIN:
From 1915 Obituary, Yakima Herald-Register:
James M. Eglin, better known to a great many people as "Uncle Jim" Eglin, died yesterday morningat his home at Tampico, aged 70 years.
 Death was due to infirmities arising from advanced age and feebleness.  Mr. Eglin, who was born in Indiana, November 24, 1845, came to Yakima county in 1877.  From Indiana, Mr. Eglin moved west to the Montana placer workings and then to Corvallis, Oregon, where he engaged for several years in the transfer business.  When he came to the Ahtanum valley, he entered into business as a sheep man, having 7000 head the winter of 1889-1890, when he was seriously crippled in business because of the conditions which prevailed.  He removed to Victoria, B.C. for a couple of years and, returning in 1892, filed on a quarter section of land, farming it for a few years and then selling out and taking up the horse-buying business.  He was at one time sheep inspector for the state.  Mr. Eglin is survived by his widow and by one son, Fred Eglin and the following daughters:  Mrs. Bert Flink of Outlook, Mrs. J. Joylord of Seattle, and Mrs. Jessie Fields of Idaho, and Mrs. Elmer Card of Tacoma.  The funeral will be announced later but will probably be Saturday morning from the chapel of Shaw and Sons in this city.

 JAMES MONROE EGLIN:
Occupation: 1870, Benton County, Oregon Census:  Drayman

Children of JAMES EGLIN and FRANCIS KERNS are:
 i. SARAH E.4 EGLIN, b. Abt. 1869, Oregon.
 ii. FRED EGLIN.
 

Generation No. 3

6.  JUDITH FRANCIS4 EGLIN (ABRAHAM DOLSON3, CORNELIUS2, JOHN1) was born July 25, 1865.  She married (1) JOHN HENRY DITTENTHOLER, son of FRED DITTENTHALER and LENA YESSENBURGER.  He was born 1861, and died 1956.  She married (2) MORGAN.

 JOHN HENRY DITTENTHOLER: Other spellings of Dittentholer:  Dittenthaler, Dithenthaller
Military service: Was a conscript in Civil War
Occupation: Worked in the roundhouse for the railroad.  Had a team, plus repaired railroad cars.

Children of JUDITH EGLIN and JOHN DITTENTHOLER are:
9. i. GERALD WASHINGTON5 DITTENTHOLER, b. February 10, 1897, Portland, Oregon; d. July 1966, White Swan, Washington.
 ii. MATTIE DITTENTHOLER, m. GLEN VAUGHN.
Mattied died of Cancer

 iii. MAE DITTENTHOLER, b. 1891; d. 1956; m. ED JONES.
Cause of Death: Died of stomach cancer
Occupation: Housekeeper/Cook/Governess

 ED JONES: Occupation: Rancher

 iv. ELSIE DITTENTHOLER, b. March 01, 1887; d. August 1977, Toppenish, Washington; m. LESTER PEARNE.
 v. GEORGE DELANO DITTENTHOLER, b. Abt. 1895; d. Abt. 1936; m. (1) DELLA ONLEY; m. (2) MINNIE.

 GEORGE DELANO DITTENTHOLER: Cause of Death: Died in Union Gap, Washington.  Was hit by a car. Military service: Army.

7.  CHARLES D.4 EGLIN (ABRAHAM DOLSON3, CORNELIUS2, JOHN1) was born November 01, 1872 in Tampico, Washington, and died March 29, 1956 in Yakima, Washington.  He married JULIA 1892 in Ahtanum, Washington.

 CHARLES D. EGLIN
Obituary of Charles D. Eglin, dated March 29, 1956 -- Yakima Register:

 Funeral services for Charles D. Eglin, 83, who died Thursday afternoon at Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital after a long illness, will be held Friday at 1:30 p.m. in Shaw & Sons Funeral Home.
 Dr. Orval D. Peterson will officiate and burial will be in Tahoma Cemetery.  Pallbearers will be Thomas, John, Fred, and Volney Eglin, Gerald Foushe, and James Hardesty.
 Mr. Eglin, one of the first white children born in the Yakima Valley, was one of the 11 children of  Mr. and Mrs. Abraham D. Eglin, Washington Territory pioneers.
 He was born November 1, 1872, at Tampico -- 13 years before North Yakima, the present Yakima, existed.
 He farmed in that area until he retired 20 years ago.  He was a night jailer at the Yakima County jail for many years.  He married his wife, Julia, in Ahtanum in 1892.  Last fall they celebrated their 63rd wedding anniversary.
 His father, Abraham D. Eglin, crossed the plains to Oregon in 1854 and settled near the then small town of Portland.  He was interested in farming, stock raising, and mining there.  In 1871 he claimed squatter's rights in the Ahtanum are aof Yakima County.  He later preempted the rights and developed one of the first hop ranches in the Valley.  He once served as Yakima County commissioner.
 Mr. Eglin's mother, Margaret, was a member of the pioneer Crews family that came to the territory in 1852.
 Mr. Eglin was the last surviving son of the couple's family.  His own son, named Abraham D. for his grandfather, is the third generation of hop ranchers and is carrying on the hop business on his Slavin Road ranch.

 CHARLES D. EGLIN: Burial: Tahoma Cemetery, Yakima, Washington

Child of CHARLES EGLIN and JULIA is:
 i. ABRAHAM D.5 EGLIN.

8.  GEORGE W.4 EGLIN (ABRAHAM DOLSON3, CORNELIUS2, JOHN1) was born December 26, 1875.  He married KATIE JOHNSON December 23, 1897 in Ahtanum, Washington.

 GEORGE W. EGLIN  Biography in "History of Yakima Valley" by J. J. Clark, 1919.  Page 1103-1104

George W. Eglin owns and occupies a beautiful home standing in The midst of a valuable ranch property of one hundred and twenty acres.  He is one of the most extensive hop growers of this section and has every equipment upon his place necessary for the care of the crop.  Mr. Eglin is numbered among Yakima county's native sons, his birth having occurred on the old homestead place on the Ahtanum, December 26, 1875, his parents being Abraham D. and Margaret (Crews) Eglin...
George W. Eglin is indebted to the public school system of Yakima county for the educational opportunities which he enjoyed.  When not busy with his textbooks, he assisted his father upon the ranch and after his school days were over continued with his father in ranching operations, until 1897, when he rented land from his father and so continued until 1902.
 In the latter year, the father gave him a part of the ranch and he has since purchased more until he now owns one hundred and twenty acres in all.  Upon this place he has built a fine house and barn and added all modern equipments and conveniences.  He conducts a small dairy and engages in the raising of hay but devotes much of his time and the greater part of his land to the raising of hops, being one of the prominent representatives of that industry in this section.  He has the most modern equipment for the care of the crop, including a fine hop house, twenty-six by fifty feet, and a big twenty-six foot square hop kiln.  He also has exceedingly fine hop trellises in his vineyards.
On the 23rd of December, 1897, George W. Eglin united in marriage to Miss Hattie Johnson, who was born in Missouri, a daughter of Andrew and Katie Johnson, who removed to Kansas in 1890 and came to Yakima county in 1892.  The father was a rancher, but both he and his wife have now passed away.  to Mrs. and Mrs. Eglin have been born five children.  Andrew Lee, born November 20, 1898, joined the United States navy, returned home ill and passed away on the 20th of October, 1918.  Basil, born May 11, 1902, died on the 3rd of August, 1903.  Laura, born November 10, 1905, is at home.  Howard, born January 9, 1910, died August 31, 1911.  Volney, born December 13, 1911, completes the family.
Mr. Eglin is a republican in politics but has never been an office seeker.  he stands, however, for all that has to do with the upbuilding and progress of the community in which he lives and is never neglectful of his duties of citizenship,  His life has been devoted to ranching interests from early boyhood and as the years have passed he has steadily worked his way upward until he is now the owner of a valuable and attractive ranch property and is one of the most prominent hop growers of this section.

 GEORGE W. EGLIN: Occupation: Hops Farmer

 KATIE JOHNSON: Occupation: Housewife

Children of GEORGE EGLIN and KATIE JOHNSON are:
 i. ANDREW LEE5 EGLIN, b. November 20, 1898, Yakima, Washington; d. October 20, 1918, Yakima, Washington.

Medical Information: After joining the Navy, he returned home ill and passed away.
Military service: Navy

 ii. BASIL EGLIN, b. May 11, 1902, Yakima, Washington; d. August 03, 1903, Yakima, Washington.
 iii. LAURA EGLIN, b. November 10, 1905, Yakima, Washington.
 iv. HOWARD EGLIN, b. January 09, 1910, Yakima, Washington; d. August 31, 1911, Yakima, Washington.
 v. VOLNEY EGLIN, b. December 13, 1911, Yakima, Washington.
 

Generation No. 4

.  GERALD WASHINGTON5 DITTENTHOLER (JUDITH FRANCIS4 EGLIN, ABRAHAM DOLSON3, CORNELIUS2, JOHN born February 10, 1897 in Portland, Oregon, and died July 1966 in White Swan, Washington.  He married MARGUERITE HELEN SLAVIN, daughter of EDWARD SLAVIN and LILLIAN JARVIS.  She was born December 02, 1899 in Tampico, Washington, and died December 1980 in White Swan, Washington.

 GERALD WASHINGTON DITTENTHOLER: Occupation: Farmer/Rancher

 MARGUERITE HELEN SLAVIN:Occupation: Housewife

Children of GERALD DITTENTHOLER and MARGUERITE SLAVIN are:
10. i. ROLAND EDWARD6 DITTENTHOLER, b. April 07, 1926, White Swan, Washington.
11. ii. EVELYN DITTENTHOLER.
12. iii. DONALD DITTENTHOLER, b. September 02, 1923, White Swan, Washington; d. November 01, 1989, White Swan, Washington.
13. iv. BONNIE DOLORES DITTENTHOLER, b. April 21, 1929, White Swan, Washington.
 

Generation No. 5

10.  ROLAND EDWARD6 DITTENTHOLER (GERALD WASHINGTON5, JUDITH FRANCIS4 EGLIN, ABRAHAM DOLSON3, CORNELIUS2, JOHN1) was born April 07, 1926 in White Swan, Washington.  He married ANNIE MAE WOOD August 17, 1947 in White Swan, Washington, daughter of CLARK WOOD and BILLIE NESSMITH.  She was born August 27, 1931 in Mountainaire, New Mexico, and died June 07, 1998 in Ellensburg, Washington.
Interview with Roland on first meeting wife, Anna: The school bus had dropped her off quite a distance from her house.  I had just gotten back in town and saw her walking down the street.  That was the beginning. Occupation: Farmer/Rancher

 ANNIE MAE WOOD:
The day she met her future husband, Roland Dittentholer, Annie was asked by her father what she did today.  She said, "I met this boy with the funniest last name I've ever heard."
Occupation: Housewife

Children of ROLAND DITTENTHOLER and ANNIE WOOD are:
14. i. DONNA MAE7 DITTENTHOLER, b. October 28, 1948, Toppenish, Washington.
15. ii. BARBARA HELEN DITTENTHOLER, b. February 18, 1950, Toppenish, Washington.
 iii. ROLAND EDWARD DITTENTHOLER JR., b. July 31, 1952, Goldendale, Washington; m. BARBARA ANN DUNN, July 18, 1993, Ellensburg, Washington.

ROLAND EDWARD DITTENTHOLER JR.: Occupation: Supervisor/mechanic at Twin City Foods

 BARBARA ANN DUNN:Occupation: Housewife.

11.  EVELYN6 DITTENTHOLER (GERALD WASHINGTON5, JUDITH FRANCIS4 EGLIN, ABRAHAM DOLSON3, CORNELIUS2, JOHN1)  She married FRANCES SPENCER.

Children of EVELYN DITTENTHOLER and FRANCES SPENCER are:
16. i. G.A.7 SPENCER, b. April 25, 1941; d. November 14, 1985.
17. ii. TONY SPENCER.
18. iii. ADRIANNE SPENCER.
 iv. BONNIE SPENCER.
 v. FRANCES SPENCER.

12.  DONALD6 DITTENTHOLER (GERALD WASHINGTON5, JUDITH FRANCIS4 EGLIN, ABRAHAM DOLSON3, CORNELIUS2, JOHN1) was born September 02, 1923 in White Swan, Washington, and died November 01, 1989 in White Swan, Washington.  He married ELLA ADAMS.

 DONALD DITTENTHOLER:: Murdered - stabbed to death in a robbery

Child of DONALD DITTENTHOLER and ELLA ADAMS is:
 i. WILLIAM7 DITTENTHOLER.

13.  BONNIE DOLORES6 DITTENTHOLER (GERALD WASHINGTON5, JUDITH FRANCIS4 EGLIN, ABRAHAM DOLSON3, CORNELIUS2, JOHN1) was born April 21, 1929 in White Swan, Washington.  She married (1) JACK ONLEY.    She married (2) FRANK NASH.

 BONNIE DOLORES DITTENTHOLER: Occupation: Culinary Instructor at Fort Simpeco's Job Corp.

 JACK ONLEY: Cause of Death: Car crash in Moses Lake, Washington

Children of BONNIE DITTENTHOLER and JACK ONLEY are:
 i. SHASTA7 ONLEY.
19. ii. JACK ONLEY.
20. iii. STEVE ONLEY.

Children of BONNIE DITTENTHOLER and FRANK NASH are:
 iv. PAULETTE7 NASH.
 v. BONITA NASH.
 vi. RONETTE NASH.
 vii. DONALD PAUL NASH.
 viii. KURT NASH, b. June 23, 1973, Toppenish, Washington.
 

Generation No. 6

14.  DONNA MAE7 DITTENTHOLER (ROLAND EDWARD6, GERALD WASHINGTON5, JUDITH FRANCIS4 EGLIN, ABRAHAM DOLSON3, CORNELIUS2, JOHN1) was born October 28, 1948 in Toppenish, Washington.  She married FLOYD DOUGLAS MCCALLUM in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, son of FLOYD MCCALLUM and MARJORIE SNIDER.  He was born April 19, 1947 in Clarkston, Washington.
 DONNA MAE DITTENTHOLER: Occupation: Certified Nursing Assistant

Children of DONNA DITTENTHOLER and FLOYD MCCALLUM are:
 i. KATHLEEN ANNETTE8 MCCALLUM, b. November 01, 1967, Clarkston, Washington; d. November 01, 1967, Clarkston, Washington.
 ii. JACQUELINE LEE MCCALLUM, b. September 25, 1968, Clarkston, Washington.

 JACQUELINE LEE MCCALLUM: Occupation: Human Resource Management

 iii. DAWN LYNETTE MCCALLUM, b. September 07, 1969, Clarkston, Washington.

 DAWN LYNETTE MCCALLUM: Graduation: June 1989, Clarkston High School, Clarkston, Washington.

15.  BARBARA HELEN7 DITTENTHOLER (ROLAND EDWARD6, GERALD WASHINGTON5, JUDITH FRANCIS4 EGLIN, ABRAHAM DOLSON3, CORNELIUS2, JOHN1) was born February 18, 1950 in Toppenish, Washington.  She married (1) WILLIAM HARRIS July 1968 in Clarkston, Washington.    She married (2) DENNIS RAE WATSON November 24, 1990 in Ellensburg, Washington.  He was born January 01, 1947 in Carthage, Missouri, and died January 11, 1997 in Ellensburg, Washington.

 BARBARA HELEN DITTENTHOLER: Occupation: Clerk for Kittitas County

 WILLIAM HARRIS: Occupation: Pilot

 DENNIS RAE WATSON: Occupation: Truck Driver (Retired)

Children of BARBARA DITTENTHOLER and WILLIAM HARRIS are:
21. i. BYRON EDWARD8 HARRIS, b. September 25, 1969, Mountain Home, Idaho.
 ii. BECKY ANN HARRIS, b. July 08, 1972, Dover, Delaware; m. JAMES MATTHEW FRANKLIN, October 29, 1994, Ellensburg, Washington; b. May 01, 1971, Redlands, California.

 BECKY ANN HARRIS:Occupation: Waitress

 JAMES MATTHEW FRANKLIN:Occupation: Cook

22. iii. BRANDY LYNN HARRIS, b. July 16, 1975, Albany, Oregon.

16.  G.A.7 SPENCER (EVELYN6 DITTENTHOLER, GERALD WASHINGTON5, JUDITH FRANCIS4 EGLIN, ABRAHAM DOLSON3, CORNELIUS2, JOHN1) was born April 25, 1941, and died November 14, 1985.  He married BONNIE TURNER, daughter of ROBERT TURNER and LOUISE H..

Children of G.A. SPENCER and BONNIE TURNER are:
 i. TY8 SPENCER.
 ii. TODD SPENCER.
 iii. TRINA SPENCER.
 

17.  TONY7 SPENCER (EVELYN6 DITTENTHOLER, GERALD WASHINGTON5, JUDITH FRANCIS4 EGLIN, ABRAHAM DOLSON3, CORNELIUS2, JOHN1)  He married ANDREA.

Child of TONY SPENCER and ANDREA is:
 i. RYAN8 SPENCER.

18.  ADRIANNE7 SPENCER (EVELYN6 DITTENTHOLER, GERALD WASHINGTON5, JUDITH FRANCIS4 EGLIN, ABRAHAM DOLSON3, CORNELIUS2, JOHN1)  She married JENSEN.

Children of ADRIANNE SPENCER and JENSEN are:
 i. SHAY ANN8 JENSEN.
 ii. CHET JENSEN.

19.  JACK7 ONLEY (BONNIE DOLORES6 DITTENTHOLER, GERALD WASHINGTON5, JUDITH FRANCIS4 EGLIN, ABRAHAM DOLSON3, CORNELIUS2, JOHN1)

Children of JACK ONLEY are:
 i. JODY8 ONLEY.
 ii. WILLIAM ONLEY.

20.  STEVE7 ONLEY (BONNIE DOLORES6 DITTENTHOLER, GERALD WASHINGTON5, JUDITH FRANCIS4 EGLIN, ABRAHAM DOLSON3, CORNELIUS2, JOHN1)

Child of STEVE ONLEY is:
 i. ELSA8 ONLEY, b. Abt. 1974.
 

Generation No. 7

21.  BYRON EDWARD8 HARRIS (BARBARA HELEN7 DITTENTHOLER, ROLAND EDWARD6, GERALD WASHINGTON5, JUDITH FRANCIS4 EGLIN, ABRAHAM DOLSON3, CORNELIUS2, JOHN1) was born September 25, 1969 in Mountain Home, Idaho.  He married PETRA MARIE RUPPERT December 16, 1992 in Holland.  She was born April 20, 1967 in Germany.

 BYRON EDWARD HARRIS: Occupation: Army

 PETRA MARIE RUPPERT: Occupation: Housewife

Children of BYRON HARRIS and PETRA RUPPERT are:
 i. JENNIFER ANN HARRIS9 HARRIS, b. January 06, 1996, Bamberg, Germany.
 ii. KIMBERLY LYNN HARRIS, b. September 25, 1998, Bamberg, Germany.

22.  BRANDY LYNN8 HARRIS (BARBARA HELEN7 DITTENTHOLER, ROLAND EDWARD6, GERALD WASHINGTON5, JUDITH FRANCIS4 EGLIN, ABRAHAM DOLSON3, CORNELIUS2, JOHN1) was born July 16, 1975 in Albany, Oregon.  She married MICHAEL P. JANETOS August 24, 1998 in Ellensburg, Washington, son of PONTOS JANETOS and RHONDA ESSARY.  He was born October 26, 1975 in Anaheim, California.

 BRANDY LYNN HARRIS: Occupation: Waitress

 MICHAEL P. JANETOS: Occupation: Cable service repairman

Child of BRANDY HARRIS and MICHAEL JANETOS is:
 i. JAYSON MICHAEL9 JANETOS, b. March 03, 1999.
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Interested Parties etc

A. Info re Palmateers etc
Wanda Mason /2339 Hamilton County Road 6/ Town of Benson/ Northville/
New York State Zip 12134

B. info on Olmsteads of the Town of Edinburg
Mrs. J. (Priscilla) Edwards 240 Tennantville Road/ Edinburg/ New York State Zip 12134

C. John Shepard III 231 Godfrey Road Northville N.Y. 12134
Member of Council Town of Benson

D. Jay Nellis Town Historian Town of Broadablin Fulton County
lives 41 North Street Broadablin N.Y. Phone 518-883-3715

E. Montgomery County Archives Old Court House Fonda New York Zip 12068

F. David A. Avery. 150 Wilson Ave West Apt 311 Ancaster Ont L9G4E7

G. Town Historian of Gloversville 1990 Lewis G. Decker 187 Bleeker Street Gloversville N. Y
Tel 518-725-0473

H. County Historian Hamilton County  Paul Wilburn, Post Box 12164 Specultar N.Y

I Gail M. Cramer, Historian Town of Northampton  Box 1035, Northville NY 12034

J. Town of Amsterdam, Historian  Katherine Strobeck
282 Swart Hill Road R.D. #3 Amsterdam New York  12010

K. Donald A. Keefer  Box 215 R. D #3  West Glenville Road Amsterdam  N.Y. 12010


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