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thanks, William!; and born to them were:

(5.1.1.5.4.2.1.3.6.2.1.1) WILLIAM HENRY BONNETT IV born April 3, 1979

(5.1.1.5.4.2.1.3.6.2.1.2) BRIAN HOWARD BONNETT (twin) born September 16, 1981

(5.1.1.5.4.2.1.3.6.2.1.3) CHRISTINA MARIE BONNETT (twin) born September 16, 1981

(5.1.1.5.4.2.1.3.6.2.1.4) GREGORY WILSON BONNETT born March 14, 1984

(5.1.1.5.4.2.1.3.6.2.2) MARK CANNON BONNETT born March 20, 1950 Riverside; married 1st April 6, 1974 Cheri Lynn Maloney – divorced 1987; married 2d June 23, 1990 Karlene Brandenburg Weatherway born August 7, 1949; and born to him and Cheri were:

(5.1.1.5.4.2.1.3.6.2.2.1) JANIE LOUISE BONNETT born June 14, 1979 Placerville CA

(5.1.1.5.4.2.1.3.6.2.2.2) BRENDEN KEITH BONNETT born 1981 Porterville CA

(5.1.1.5.4.2.1.3.6.2.2.3) BRADLEY PHILLIP BONNETT born October 4, 1983 Porterville CA

(5.1.1.5.4.2.1.3.6.2.3) ROBERT MOULTON BONNETT born March 19, 1955

(5.1.1.5.4.2.1.3.6.3) LUCY BATES BONNETT born March 31, 1929

(5.1.1.5.4.2.1.3.6.4) MARY MOULTON BONNETT born July 9, 1934

(5.1.1.5.4.2.1.3.7) TWIN BOYS MOULTON born and died April 12, 1901

(5.1.1.5.4.2.1.4) STELLA ABBIE FERRIS born August 31, 1862 at Woodhull IL and died 1956 probably Kansas City MO; attended Knox College 1878-81 and also Mills College; married October 29, 1887 in Knox Co, Dr. George E. Bellows born Galesburg, October 30, 1861 and died 1941. Stella was 'of Riverside' and he was 'of Kansas City' when they married. Dr. Bellows attended Knox College 1876-81 receiving his B.A. with the Class of 1882; received his M.A. in 1885 from Amherst and his M.D. (ophthalmology) from Columbia 1885. Dr. Bellows was a Captain in the Army Medical Corps, inducted September 8, 1917; resided at 3239 Euclid Ave, Kansas City MO; and born to them were:

Galesburg Republican-Register, November 5, 1887: A very pleasant company of near relatives and friends met last Saturday morning to witness the marriage of Dr. George E Bellows to Miss Stella Ferris, youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs Sylvanus H. Ferris, at their residence, 214 South Academy street. Besides others there were present Mrs. C. A. Ferris, the venerable mother of the bride’s father, who is now in her 83d year, four of her grandchildren, and three of her great-grandchildren. The following were present from outside the city: Mr. and Mrs. F. I. Moulton, Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Moulton, Kearney Neb; A.B. Moulton, Denver; Mr. and Mrs. E.S. Moulton and son Arthur, Los Angeles, Cal; Mrs. John Aberdeen, Riverside, Cal; Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Ferris and two little girls, Woodhull; Miss Farr, Chicago; Mrs. Mattie Runkle and son; Mrs. Ed Grant, Cromwell, Iowa; Mr. and Mrs. W. A. SoRelle, Waco, Texas. The Rev. Favel Bascom, D.D., of Princeton, who performed the ceremony, had thirty-five years and six months previously to a day, united in marriage the father and mother of the bride. The wedding was a quiet and modest affair. The bride wore a tailor made brown broadcloth traveling suit and appeared bright and radiant. A wedding breakfast was served to about fifty of the most intimate friends. The contracting parties took the 10 o’clock train for Kansas City, which is to be their future home, and where Dr. Bellows has already began his professional career. The groom is a brother of Mr. F.D. Bellows, of the firm of Van Shanck & Bellows. A company of friends accompanied the twain to the depot and gave them good wishes. In these kind expressions of future happiness, this paper most heartily joins.

(5.1.1.5.4.2.1.4.1) WARREN SYLVANUS BELLOWS born August 15, 1889 Kansas City MO; married April 14, 1914 Anne Elizabeth Williams

Handbook of Texas Online:

BELLOWS, WARREN SYLVANUS (1889-1967). Warren Sylvanus Bellows, civil engineer, born in Kansas City, Missouri, on August 15, 1889, to Dr. George E. and Stella (Ferris) Bellows. In 1911 he received his degree in civil engineering from the University of Kansas and by 1921 had established a general contracting firm in Houston, the W. S. Bellows Construction Corporation. This firm was responsible for many major constructions in Houston, in addition to several buildings in other Texas cities and on the campuses of the University of Texas, Texas A&M University, Southern Methodist University, and the University of Houston. The Houston buildings include the Auditorium Hotel, one of the first of Bellows's constructions, completed in the 1920s, the Humble Headquarters Building, the American General Insurance Company and Prudential Insurance Regional Headquarters buildings, the First City National Bank, and the Bank of the Southwest. One of the late Houston constructions was the Alley Theatre. Bellows's firm participated in the building of the Naval Air Station, Corpus Christi,qv built hotels in Galveston, Fort Worth, and Mobile, Alabama, and constructed the administration buildings on the campuses of the University of Texas and the University of Houston. Probably his most famous construction was the San Jacinto Monument, at 570 feet the tallest monument in the world when it was completed in 1939 (see San Jacinto monument and museum). Bellows was a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers, president of the Associated General Contractors of America (1946), chairman of the Houston Port Commission from 1950 to 1954, president of the Houston Chamber of Commerce in 1948-49, member of the board of governors of the University of Houston, and member of the Texas Board of Corrections (see prison system). He was also an industrial member of the War Labor Board during World War II, director of the Gulf, Colorado and Santa Fe Railway, and director of the YMCA. He was a trustee of the M. D. Anderson Foundation, Texas Medical Center, Southwest Research Institute, Southwest Legal Foundation, and Board of Visitors of the University of Texas Cancer Foundation. Bellows was chairman of the Houston Symphony Society and belonged to the Philosophical Society of Texas, the Sons of the Republic of Texas (which in 1967 made him a knight of the Order of San Jacinto), and the Sons of the American Revolution, which awarded him the 1955 Good Citizens Award. His several awards include the Royal Order of Vasa from King Gustav VI of Sweden in 1956, the Distinguished Service Award from the University of Kansas, and the first Annual Meritorious Award of the San Jacinto Chapter of Texas Professional Engineers. On February 3, 1967, Bellows died in Houston; he was survived by his wife, Anna (Williams), and four children. Warren found the W. S. Bellows Construction Corporation in 1914 in Canada, but soon moved the company to Kansas City Mo. In 1920 the company moved to Oklahoma City and won contracts throughout OK, TX, AR and TN. Bellows moved its office to Houston in 1936 soon after it was awarded the contract for the San Jacinto Monument.

Born to them were:

(5.1.1.5.4.2.1.4.1.1) ELIZABETH ANNE BELLOWS born February 6, 1915 and died before 2005

(5.1.1.5.4.2.1.4.1.2) WARREN SYLVANUS BELLOWS, JR., born November 3, 1917. Warren Sylvanus Bellows, Jr. (BS '39) died in Houston on Sunday, May 19, 1996 at the age of 78. He joined the W. S. Bellows Construction Corp in 1946, becoming president in 1960. Mr. Bellows was chairman of the board of the W.S. Bellows Construction Corporation, a position he held since 1979. He was past president (1973) of the Houston chapter of Associated General Contractors of America, a life member of ASCE and TSPE, and an honorary member of the American Institute of Architects, Houston (1993). The College of Engineering at UT Austin honored him in 1978 as a Distinguished Graduate. He also was presented the Rice Design Alliance Award for Design Excellence in 1994. He was preceded in death by his wife, Barbara; and his daughter, Elizabeth. He is survived by his sons and daughters-in-law, Ruth and Warren Bellows III, and Laura and Thomas Bellows; four grandchildren; his brothers and sisters-in-law, Ann and George Bellows, Sonny and Frank Bellows, and Bevery Crowley James.

(5.1.1.5.4.2.1.4.1.2.1) ELIZABETH BELLOWS

(5.1.1.5.4.2.1.4.1.2.2) WARREN SYLVANUS BELLOWS III, M.D., a surgeon in Houston TX; married Ruth Carmichael [dau of William R & Marzee (Moore) Carmichael]; and born to them were:

(5.1.1.5.4.2.1.4.1.2.2.1) ELIZABETH CARMICHAEL BELLOWS – 2000 a sophomore at Harvard; Class of 2003, Phi Beta Kappa

(5.1.1.5.4.2.1.4.1.2.2.2) WARREN SYLVANUS BELLOWS IV

(5.1.1.5.4.2.1.4.1.2.3) THOMAS BELLOWS joined the W. S. Bellows Construction Corp 1978; became president 1987 and CEO 1996 – Jim – wrote a letter to him in 2005 – no response (is this Thomas F. Bellows married to Laura Draper who had Jack & Steven?)

(5.1.1.5.4.2.1.4.1.3) FRANK WILLIAMS BELLOWS born July 15, 1922; married Sanny {maiden name unk}; and born to them were:

(5.1.1.5.4.2.1.4.1.3.1) FRANKLIN WILLIAMS BELLOWS JR born June 20, 1950 Waco TX and died April 16, 1999 Houston TX; buried Forest Park Lawndale; graduated with honors from the U of Texas, B.S. in Mathematics and thereafter earned a M.S. in Statistics from Emory U; pursed his doctorate in the study of Epidemiology at the U of Texas Health Science Center of Public Health; previously worked at the Texas Medical Center and at W. S. Bellows Construction Corp; Frank was a brilliant and gentle person who had many interests; an accomplished photographer, an excellent horticulturist, a skilled pilot and had a continuing love of learning;

(5.1.1.5.4.2.1.4.1.3.2) SARAH BELLOWS married Vidal Martinez; and born to them were:

(5.1.1.5.4.2.1.4.1.3.2.1) GRANT MARTINEZ

(5.1.1.5.4.2.1.4.1.3.2.2) KATE MARTINEZ

(5.1.1.5.4.2.1.4.1.3.3) ALICE ANN MELLOWS married Frank Dunlap; and born to them were:

(5.1.1.5.4.2.1.4.1.3.3.1) MARY FRANCES DUNLAP

(5.1.1.5.4.2.1.4.1.3.3.2) SARAH DUNLAP

(5.1.1.5.4.2.1.4.1.3.3.3) ANDREW DUNLAP

(5.1.1.5.4.2.1.4.1.3.4) VINCE BELLOWS married Elisabeth {maiden name unk}; and born to them were:

(5.1.1.5.4.2.1.4.1.3.4.1) ZACHARY BELLOWS

(5.1.1.5.4.2.1.4.1.3.4.2) SAM BELLOWS

(5.1.1.5.4.2.1.4.1.4) GEORGE FERRIS BELLOWS born January 26, 1925 Oklahoma City OK and died May 30, 2005 Houston TX; moved with his parents and family to Houston 1936; graduated from Kinkaid School and attended Rice U and the U of Texas, where he received a degree in civil engineering after serving the USN during WWII; following graduation, he joined his father and brothers at the W.S. Bellows Construction Corporation as an engineer, eventually becoming President in 1979. During those years, he was involved with various committees of the Associated General Contractors of America, also serving as president of the Houston Chapter. One of his prime interests was his devotion to the Texas Medical Center, where he was a Board member from 1976 to his death; his particular love was Texas Children’s Hospital; he joined the Board in 1967, serving as president from 1973-75, and chairman in 1983; served on numerous committees including the Building Committee from 1971 until his death; married 1st Ann Harris [dau of T Wayne & Madelaine (Blocker) Harris] born September 26, 1927 San Angelo TX and died February 10, 1998 Houston; buried Glenwood Cemetery; Ann attended Sweet Brian and the U of Texas; married 2d Lois DuBose Miller; and born to him and Ann were:

(5.1.1.5.4.2.1.4.1.4.1) WAYNE H BELLOWS, M.D, anesthesiologist, Mill Valley CA; married Laura Fly [dau of William Stoner & Betty (Clements) Fly] – see ‘Net

(5.1.1.5.4.2.1.4.1.4.2) MARILYN BELLOWS married Doug Edmondson

(5.1.1.5.4.2.1.4.2) ELIZABETH BELLOWS born April 27, 1900 and died May 3, 1900

(5.1.1.5.4.2.1.4.3) SABRA JULIA BELLOWS born November 3, 1901 Kansas City MO and died April 25, 1913

(5.1.1.5.4.2.2) FERRIS born and died 1829, name unk

(5.1.1.5.4.2.3) CHAUNCY (Chauncey) GOODRICH FERRIS born November 11, 1830 Norway NY and died September 12, 1877 Galesburg IL; buried Hope Cemetery; attended Knox College 1849-50, 1851-52; not only held large land acreages and farmed them with skill and efficiency, but he was even more deeply interested in flour milling. He devoted his main attention to this industry and made a name in it of high repute. He suffered from pulmonary ailments sufficient to cause him, under a physician’s advice, to spend some time at the Dangberg Ranch in Nevada where he apparently fully recovered his health. The benefits of his outdoor life proved to be more apparent than genuine for he did not long survive after his return to business. He had taken his proper places in many phases of community life and affairs; in politics being a Republican; in religion a member of the Presbyterian Church and a liberal supporter of charitable and humanitarian works. He loved to hunt and fish and was extremely fond of music and became an accomplished violinist. He married, first, in (February 1851) 1852 in Knox County IL, Dorleska A. Ward who born January 21, 1834 and died 1852 (Jim - I wonder if she died in childbirth?) [dau of Abner and Huldah (Sykes) Ward of Brockport NY] and born to them was:

(5.1.1.5.4.2.3.1) FERRIS died in infancy, name unk

CHAUNCEY married 2d May 27, 1858 Henrietta Viola Jones born May 25, 1838 Richmond VA and died 1907 Los Angeles CA. Henrietta was a very efficient Southern lady, practical in all her dealings and an omnivorous reader. She was very poetical and recited much with perfect diction. Born to them were:

(5.1.1.5.4.2.3.2) HARVEY OLMSTEAD FERRIS born March 4, 1860 and died unmarried August 17, 1932; possessed naturally a quiet, amiable disposition and a well balanced mind; was engaged in extensive production of citrus fruits in California and owned several ranches of orange groves; owing to the untimely death of his father, he was the mentor of his three sisters

(5.1.1.5.4.2.3.3) MARTHA ELLEN FERRIS “Nellie” born March 20, 1865 and died March 26 (February 20), 1925 Los Angeles CA; attended Knox College 1880-81; an artist of marked ability and studied art under Borglum and William Knight Keith of California; married June 29, 1886 Harley Erastus Hamilton born 1862 Oneida NY and died May 14, 1934 Los Angeles CA. When Harley arrived in Los Angeles, c1890, he was already a master musician. He immediately undertook to organize a symphony orchestra, and founded and was conductor at the first concert of Los Angeles’ first Philharmonic Orchestra. In 1897, he established the Woman’s Symphony Orchestra, one of the oldest orchestral organizations on the West Coast still active. He was conductor of this group and the Philharmonic Orchestra for 20 years. At the same time he laid plans for the noted Los Angeles Symphony Orchestra, which gave its first concert under his direction February 1, 1898. This first performance was a tribute to Mr. Hamilton’s ability as an arranger and improvisor. He lacked many of the essential instruments for a scheduled Beethoven work but he so arranged the players he had as to render a masterful simulation of the composer’s intent. He continued as conductor of the Los Angeles Symphony Orchestra until overwork caused a breakdown in his health in 1913. After his return from a period of rest and recuperation in Europe, he continued briefly as the conductor of the Woman’s Symphony, resigning the post in 1917. He was also the first man to write music to harmonize with the early motion pictures such as “Birth of a Nation” and “Broken Blossoms”. Born to them was:

(5.1.1.5.4.2.3.3.1) VIOLA GRACE HAMILTON born March 1, 1892 Los Angeles CA and died October 3, 1982 Laguana Hills CA; married March 20, 1920 in Los Angeles, Edward Cray Taylor [son of Frank Wing & Minnie Eliza (Cray) Taylor] born April 5, 1866 Chicago IL and died January 27, 1946 Beverly Hills CA; don’t know if this is the same Edward C Taylor, director and writer in Hollywood; Viola possessed the violin that belonged to her grandfather, Chauncey. Born to them were:

(5.1.1.5.4.2.3.3.1.1) EDWARD CRAY TAYLOR JR., (Edward Hamilton Taylor) born February 13, 1921; married January 9, 1944 Nita Sloane and born to them were:

(5.1.1.5.4.2.3.3.1.1.1) EDWARD HAMILTON TAYLOR, JR, born November 12, 1947

(5.1.1.5.4.2.3.3.1.1.2) BEVERLY GALE TAYLOR born March 1, 1949

(5.1.1.5.4.2.3.3.1.2) HARLEY HAMILTON TAYLOR (Harley Cray Taylor) born April 4, 1922; married November 12, 1948 Sally Lee [dau of Austin]

(5.1.1.5.4.2.3.3.1.3) ELEANOR FERRIS TAYLOR born June 13, 1931 Los Angeles CA; married October 16, 1958 Richard Reid Clarke; resided Olympia WA - provided updated info – Thanks!!

(5.1.1.5.4.2.3.4) GRACE ELIZABETH FERRIS born August 7, 1870 and died December 4, 1946; married December 16, 1897 Seth Wilson Butler born 1860 Michigan and died February 21, 1952 Los Angeles CA. Seth was trained in the art and profession of architecture and was engaged in that endeavor in Los Angeles. He played the flute in the Uplifters Club Orchestra, which was conducted by his brother-in-law. One of his prized possessions was a letter from President Lincoln to his aunt, Miss Nettie Farnham, inviting her to dinner; on the back of the letter was the original script of the draft of her reply in which she regrets her inability to accept because the dinner fell on Wednesday Prayer Meeting night and she played the organ. He took great interest in horticulture, especially in raising dahlias with stems of strong enough fiber to have flowers stand erect and not droop. Born to them was:

(5.1.1.5.4.2.3.4.1) EDITH JANETTE BUTLER born October 4, 1900 (1899)

(5.1.1.5.4.2.3.5) CHANCIE JANETTE FERRIS born December 20, 1875 Galesburg IL; married June 21, 1899 Willis Holyoake Booth; he was a New York financier and vice president of Guaranty Trust Company. Neither Chancie nor Willis attended Knox College. Chancie was always interested in music and was an accomplished violinist. She was one of the founders of the Women’s Orchestra of Los Angeles and of the ‘Lute Quartette’ specializing in chamber music and was a member of the National Society Colonial Dames in the State of New York and the Colony Club of New York. Newspaper: Galesburg IL, October 13, **: The Knox College Board of trustees today announced acceptance of a $300,000 grant from the Booth Ferris Foundation of New York. Terms of the gift call for the establishment of a permanent endowment fund in support of the newly created Chancie Ferris Booth distinguished service professorship at the college. The Booth-Ferris Foundation was established in 1957 under the wills of Willis H. Booth and his wife Chancie Ferris Booth – a search of the Internet can provide the results of the Foundation and other info; a Willis H. Booth was President of the ICC, 1923-25 – same guy? A Willis H. Booth was 1 of 12 who signed the original Los Angeles County CA Charter – same guy? Born to them was:

(5.1.1.5.4.2.3.5.1) FERRIS BOOTH born February 1903; graduated from Columbia University 1924; and one source says he died 1955 which conflicts with below info; married Lillian {maiden name unk} who in 2003 gave $2M to the Actor’s Fund for the Actors Fund Nursing Home and Assisted Living Facility – the Englewood NJ home was renamed for her. In 1957-59 Ferris was Chairperson of The United Way of the Greater Winona area and in 1961 Ferris was President of the same organization. There was a Ferris Booth Commons at Columbia U. There is a Katherine Ferris Booth – is she the daughter of Ferris and Lillian? The Booth Ferris Foundation began with $29 million in assets in 1957 and in the Spring of 2002, the assets were in excess of $200 million and had distributed over $200 million in over 3,400 grants. Is the Ferris Booth who was involved with the United Way after 1955, a son? The Booth Ferris Foundation was established in 1957 under the wills of Willis H. Booth and his wife Chancie Ferris Booth. Areas of funding interest include arts and culture, education, and civic and urban affairs. Generally the foundation focuses on projects in New York City. Visit the foundation's Web site to find out more about grantmaking priorities and view application procedures and a copy of the foundation's latest annual report.


Wonder who this guy is: November 25, 1999, Thursday, 7:45 a.m. Stewartsville, VA — Three elementary pupils were hospitalized yesterday after their school bus driver either fell asleep or passed out while driving the children to school, state police said. Nine other pupils sustained minor injuries in the Bedford County crash, which happened about 7:45 a.m. when the driver, Ferris Booth Sr., 55, ran off a cul-de-sac, went down an embankment and hit a tree, Trooper G.R. Snead said.


(5.1.1.5.4.2.4) NATHAN OLMSTEAD FERRIS JR., born January 22, 1833 Norway NY and died May 19, 1864; buried Hope Cemetery, Galesburg IL; attended Knox College, 1850-53. (Jim   one of the old letters (#10), from H.F. mentions Nathan's passing.) Nathan Jr. married March 19, 1864 in Henry Co IL, Martha Jane ‘Jennie’ Jones, who was a sister of his brother Chauncey's second wife; and born to Nathan and Martha was:

(5.1.1.5.4.2.4.1) BENJAMIN FRANKLIN FERRIS born March 19, 1861 and died March 2, 1926; married 1st 1883(?), Lavinia/Lavina Allison who died June 23, 1897 Canisto NY; married 2d January 8, 1903 Georgiana Lester. Born to B.F. and Georgiana were:

(5.1.1.5.4.2.4.1.1) DOROTHY JEAN FERRIS born March 6, 1904

(5.1.1.5.4.2.4.1.2) NATHAN LESTER FERRIS born August 18, 1908

(5.1.1.5.4.2.5) SAMUEL WINNEGAR FERRIS born October (13) 19, 1835 Norway, Herkimer, NY and died November 16, 1900 at the Galesburg Hospital of a complication of diseases which had undermined his health for some time and caused much suffering; buried Hope Cemetery, Galesburg IL. Samuel was two years old when his parents moved to Knox County, near Galesburg, settling on the C.M. Felt farm where he spent most of the years of his life. At the age of seventeen, young Samuel in company of others walked and drove an ox team to the state of Oregon, being on the road many weeks and having many thrilling experiences. For six weeks he and his party had nothing to eat but beefsteak and they had to keep close watch of the Indians. From Oregon he went south into California where he cast his first Presidential vote in voting for John C. Fremont. To do this, he walked thirty miles in company with two other men, who are thought to have been Galesburg men. From California he went by boat south to the Isthmus of South America, across that, and then by boat to Cuba and from there, back to Galesburg. Soon after his return he made another trip west, this time by boat to Idaho in the company with his brother Nathan. They attempted to find their father's grave, but did not succeed and today it is not known where the remains of the father lie. He married, first, November 22, 1859 in Knox County, Adalaide Rozalie Jones, who died April 17, 1872/3. They lived on his farm, which had come to him, upon the death of his father. During the later years of his life on the farm he was engaged in the business of shipping stock. In the 1888 Farmers & Land Owner’s Directory, he is listed as owning 383 acres in Section 6 of Galesburg. In 1891, he purchased a residence at 534 North West Street, Galesburg and for the last 15 years of his life, he lived as a retired farmer in town and for a time he conducted a meat market in the Redfield building on Cherry Street. [Obituary, The Daily Republican Register, Galesburg IL, November 16, 1900] In the 1892-93 Galesburg City Directory, Samuel W. Ferris is listed as retired and residing at 382 N. West. Born to them were (first 2 or 3 children died in infancy names unknown):

(5.1.1.5.4.2.5.1) DORA I. FERRIS born October 3, 1860 on the family farm near Galesburg and died March 1, 1923; married March 30, 1886 Charles W. Rogers. She attended Knox College 1876-78, 1880-81 and was living in Los Angeles, CA 1900; and born to them were:

(5.1.1.5.4.2.5.1.1) LORING ROGERS (1887-)

(5.1.1.5.4.2.5.1.2) HARVEY ROGERS (1889?-)

(5.1.1.5.4.2.5.1.3) CHARLES A ROGERS born March 15, 1891 CA and died July 15, 1965 San Mateo Co CA – resided Hillsborough

(5.1.1.5.4.2.5.1.4) DORA ROGERS (Dora Dale Rogers) born May 31, 1892 CA and died May 11, 1959 Ventura Co CA; married June 21, 1916 Irving Van Aken Augur [son of Edmund F & Ella (Van Aken) Augur] born October 31, 1886 IA and died February 19, 1930; Goggle search refers to him involved with the GeoScience World (AAPG Bulletin); and born to them was:

(5.1.1.5.4.2.5.1.4.1) IRVING VAN AKEN AUGUR
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