Carl Heinrich Mehner

M, b. 10 April 1780
FatherJohann Gottieb Mehner
MotherMaria Dorothea Schoenherr
Last Edited24 Jan 2002
Birth*Carl Heinrich Mehner was born on 10 April 1780 in Grossolbersdorf, Chemnitz, Saxonyt, Germany
He was the son of Johann Gottieb Mehner and Maria Dorothea Schoenherr

Carol Lucille Mehner1

F, b. 1920, d. 1970
FatherPaul Ernest Mehner b. 22 Jun 1872, d. 24 Nov 1940
MotherIsabella Agusta Stevenson-Hicks b. 12 Sep 1875, d. 11 Jul 1947
Last Edited24 Jan 2002
Note*She was a student at the University of Washington in 1940. She was 20years old when her father died; her siblings lost track of her for a time. 
Birth*Carol Lucille Mehner was born in 1920 in Bremerton, Kitsap County, Washington, U.S.A..1 
She was the daughter of Paul Ernest Mehner and Isabella Agusta Stevenson-Hicks
Death*Carol Lucille Mehner died in 1970.1 

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S959] John Jay & Nancy Dorian (Mehner) Ruhlman, "Compiled Records - John Jay & Nancy Dorian (Mehner) Ruhlman" (18314 Beaver Marsh Rd., Mt. Vernon, WA.). . Hereinafter cited as "Compiled Records - John Jay & Nancy Dorian (Mehner) Ruhlman."

Charlotte Isabell Mehner1

F, b. 1913, d. 1997
FatherPaul Ernest Mehner b. 22 Jun 1872, d. 24 Nov 1940
MotherIsabella Agusta Stevenson-Hicks b. 12 Sep 1875, d. 11 Jul 1947
Last Edited24 Jan 2002
Birth*Charlotte Isabell Mehner was born in 1913 in Bremerton, Kitsap County, Washington, U.S.A..1 
She was the daughter of Paul Ernest Mehner and Isabella Agusta Stevenson-Hicks
Marriage*Charlotte Isabell Mehner married Myron Franklin Porter, son of John Poter and Dora Tuttle, on 27 December 1940.1 
Death*Charlotte Isabell Mehner died in 1997 in Kirkland, King County, Washington, U.S.A..1 

Family

Myron Franklin Porter b. 20 February 1920, d. 9 January 1992

Citations

  1. [S959] John Jay & Nancy Dorian (Mehner) Ruhlman, "Compiled Records - John Jay & Nancy Dorian (Mehner) Ruhlman" (18314 Beaver Marsh Rd., Mt. Vernon, WA.). . Hereinafter cited as "Compiled Records - John Jay & Nancy Dorian (Mehner) Ruhlman."

Christian Gottlieb Mehner1

M, b. 20 January 1817, d. 8 December 1876
FatherKarl Gottlieb Mehner b. 11 Jan 1778
MotherChristiane Caroline Hahnel
Last Edited24 Jan 2002
Note*According to a letter to John and Nancy Ruhlman of Mount Vernon, WA,dated Dec. 22, 1998 from Martin Schreiter, the son of the Burgermeisterof Burkhardstdorf: 'Christian Gottleib Mehner was born Jan 20, 1817 at 10:00 in theevening. He was the 7th child of Karl Gottleib Mehner and ChristaneKaroline Mehner, her birth name was Hahnel (Haehnel). in Burkhardtsdorf.' (Haehnel is a large and well-documented family in the Erzgebirge--JJR) 'Christian Gottleib Mehner got married to Kristiane Whilhelmine Arnoldon July 8, 1838 in 'The Church' (St. Michael's Evangelical Church-(Lutheran) Burkhardtsdorf, Saxony, Germany.' 'He died Dec. 8, 1876, at 2:30 in the morning and his funeral was Dec.ll, 1876 in Burkhardtsdorf.'--Martin Schreiter Interestingly, his son, Karl Ernst Mehner, left for America four yearslater in 1880 with his family at age 35; perhaps he had waited until hisfather died to make the move; perhaps the long Franco-Prussian wars madethem want to leave. We should comment here, that according to Robert David Mehner, (NancyMehner Ruhlman's father), the parents of Christian Gottlieb Mehner were'Ehregott and Johanna Mehner', but Martin Schreiter's letter documentsthat they were 'Karl and Christane'. (Because of the documentation, wethink Martin Schreiter is right--JJR). 
Birth*Christian Gottlieb Mehner was born on 20 January 1817 in Bukhardtsdorf, Chemnitz, Saxony, Germany
He was the son of Karl Gottlieb Mehner and Christiane Caroline Hahnel
Marriage*Christian Gottlieb Mehner married Kristlane Wilhelmine Arnold on 8 August 1838 in 'The Church' (St. Michael's Lutheran) Burkhardtsdorf, Saxony, Germany
Death*Christian Gottlieb Mehner died on 8 December 1876 in Bukhardtsdorf, Chemnitz, Saxony, Germany, at age 59. 

Family

Kristlane Wilhelmine Arnold
Child

Citations

  1. [S1147] Karl Ernst & Christian Gottlieb Mehner, birth certificates (in possession of Donald R. Coy), Personal Archives of Donald Coy, Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.

Chruistine Friederike Mehner1

F, b. 19 January 1815, d. 18 August 1856
FatherKarl Gottlieb Mehner b. 11 Jan 1778
MotherChristiane Caroline Hahnel
Last Edited24 Jan 2002
Note*According to Michael Stubbe's letter of June 7, 1999, ChristineFriederike Mehner was born in Burkhardtsdorf, Jan 19, 1815. She wasbaptized in the Evangelical (Lutheran) church in Burkhardtsdorf on Jan21, 1815. She married Carl Friedrich Nebel in Burkhardtsdorf, Jan 24,1841 and died Aug 18, 1856 in Gornsdorf (her husband's home town). Christine was the daughter of Karl Gottlieb Mehner and ChristianeCaroline Hanel. According to Stubbe, Carl Gottlieb Mehner was a'Auszugshauslers und Maurers' translated 'to move out of houses and abricklayer'. At least one of their sons was Carl Louis Nebel who was born in GornsdorfJune 26, 1841. He was baptized in the Evangelical Church (Lutheran) atGornsdorf on June 29, 1841. He married Johanna Wilhelmine HenrietteLepping on Nov 26, 1871 in the Catholic Church at Dortmund. --data from a letterfrom Michael Stubbe, June 7, 1999. 
Birth*Chruistine Friederike Mehner was born on 19 January 1815 in Bukhardtsdorf, Chemnitz, Saxony, Germany
She was the daughter of Karl Gottlieb Mehner and Christiane Caroline Hahnel
BaptismChruistine Friederike Mehner was baptized on 21 January 1815 in In the Evangelical Church (Lutheran) at Gornsdorf, Chemnitz, Saxony, Germany
Marriage*She married Carl Friedrich Nebel on 24 January 1841 in Burkhardtsdorf, Chemnitz, Saxony, Germany
Death*Chruistine Friederike Mehner died on 18 August 1856 in Gornsdorf, Chemnitz, Saxony, Germany, at age 41. 

Family

Carl Friedrich Nebel b. 29 August 1811, d. 12 June 1886
Child

Citations

  1. [S1263] Latter Day Saints Church of Jesus Christ, "Family Search Pedigree Resource File, Compact Disc #7, Pin #940312" (Salt Lake City, Utah, U.S.A.). . Hereinafter cited as "Family Search Pedigree Resource File, Compact Disc #7."

Fifth Child Mehner

F
FatherKarl Gottlieb Mehner b. 11 Jan 1778
MotherChristiane Caroline Hahnel
Last Edited24 Jan 2002
Fifth Child Mehner was the daughter of Karl Gottlieb Mehner and Christiane Caroline Hahnel

First Child Mehner

F
FatherKarl Gottlieb Mehner b. 11 Jan 1778
MotherChristiane Caroline Hahnel
Last Edited24 Jan 2002
First Child Mehner was the daughter of Karl Gottlieb Mehner and Christiane Caroline Hahnel

Fourth Child Mehner

F
FatherKarl Gottlieb Mehner b. 11 Jan 1778
MotherChristiane Caroline Hahnel
Last Edited24 Jan 2002
Fourth Child Mehner was the daughter of Karl Gottlieb Mehner and Christiane Caroline Hahnel

Gertrude Eva Mehner1

F, b. 20 December 1904, d. 9 January 1960
FatherPaul Ernest Mehner b. 22 Jun 1872, d. 24 Nov 1940
MotherIsabella Agusta Stevenson-Hicks b. 12 Sep 1875, d. 11 Jul 1947
Last Edited24 Jan 2002
Note*Gertrude Eva Mehner is in the 1923 yearbook for Union (Bremerton) HighSchool. She was a Registered Nurse with a degree from the University ofWashington. She practiced nursing in NY State. She was living inConnecticut when her father Paul Ernest Mehner died in 1940. She nevermarried, and died in Seattle in 1960. 
Birth*Gertrude Eva Mehner was born on 20 December 1904 in Bremerton, Kitsap County, Washington, U.S.A..1 
She was the daughter of Paul Ernest Mehner and Isabella Agusta Stevenson-Hicks
Death*Gertrude Eva Mehner died on 9 January 1960 in Seattle, King County, Washington, U.S.A., at age 55.1 

Citations

  1. [S959] John Jay & Nancy Dorian (Mehner) Ruhlman, "Compiled Records - John Jay & Nancy Dorian (Mehner) Ruhlman" (18314 Beaver Marsh Rd., Mt. Vernon, WA.). . Hereinafter cited as "Compiled Records - John Jay & Nancy Dorian (Mehner) Ruhlman."

Herman J. Mehner

M, b. circa 1872, d. 16 September 1945
FatherKarl Ernst Mehner b. 16 Aug 1845, d. 21 Aug 1915
MotherTherisa Amelia Otto b. 1849, d. 14 Jun 1910
Last Edited24 Jan 2002
Note*We first knew about Herman J. Mehner because Paul Ernest Mehner (b 1910,d. 1983) sent us a family tree that lists Herman in 1973 We later learned a clue from what his brother Paul E. Mehner said in a1935 Application For Presidential Postmaster that 'from 1891 to 1901because of his father's health (Paul) bought a small farm in Tracyton(near Bremerton, WA) and worked this with his brothers' (notice theplural brothers--that must have included Albert and Herman) We notice that he is Not included in the will written by his parents KarlErnst Mehner and Therisa Otto just before they left for their trip toGermany in 1910. We know that Herman was alive in 1910 in (about age 35?) when his motherand father took a trip to Saxony, Germany (his mother passed away at age61, June 14, 1910 in Riesa, Saxony, Germany while visiting her brother,there) and Herman J. is mentioned as one of the three surviving sons inher newspaper obituary (Bremerton Sun?). His other brothers were CarlErnest Mehner and Albert Hugo Mehner. The big breakthrough came when Paul Dewar of Bremerton told us in Oct.,2000 that he found Herman listed in the Death Records for WashingtonState: 'died at age 73 in Pierce Co., WA on Sept 16, 1945.' When we received his death certificate from the State Department ofHealth, everything fit together!: Herman spent his last 40 years in thesate mental hospital (Western State Hospital, Steilacoom, WA). He diedSeptember 16, 1945 at the hospital He is listed as: Male, White, Single,age 73. (this would make his date of birth in 1873.) His birthplace islisted as Germany (Burkhardsdorf, Saxony, we would assume where hisbrother Karl Ernst was born.) His occupation, like his brother was'tailoring'. His city of residence was Bremerton. His medical record is fascinating: 'immediate cause of death, cerebral hemorrhage- - one month due to Paralysis Angitans -- ten years due to Dementia Praecox -- 40 years' So, it appears that he suffered severe mental illness as early as 1906. It appears that there was a mistake in the listing of his father, 'PaulMehner' is listed, but Paul would have been his brother! His realfather's birth name was Karl Ernst Mehner seemed to give his name inseveral different ways! -- (see 'More' notes about Karl Ernst Mehner) --the funeral home at the time of his death listed him as 'Ernest PaulMehner!' It is sad that in the 20th century mental illness was such a socialstigma. At our Mehner family reunion in Aug. 2000 no one had ever heardof Herman, the brother of 'The Professor' (Albert Hugo and 'The Mayor'(Paul Ernest). With the help of several in our family, we have traceddown the story of Herman Mehner who was largely alone in the WesternState Hospital in Steilacoom for 40 years! Welcome to our family tree,Herman! -- John and Nancy (Mehner) Ruhlman, November 2000. 
Birth*Herman J. Mehner was born circa 1872 in Germany
He was the son of Karl Ernst Mehner and Therisa Amelia Otto
Death*Herman J. Mehner died on 16 September 1945 in Steilacoom, Pierce County, Washington, U.S.A.; Unknown GEDCOM info: cerebral hemorrhage -- one month. 

Johann Gottieb Mehner1

M
Last Edited24 Jan 2002
Note*We understand (still to be researched) that 'Mehner' in German means'tailor' Johann Gottlieb Mehner was 'a farmer in another village' (other thanBurkhardtsdorf, Saxony, Germany.) His son Karl Gottlieb Mehner came toBurkhardtsdorf and married Christiane Karoline Haenel Nov 11, 1804 inBurkhardtsdorf. -- From the church records (AtBurkhardtsdorf?), translated by Martin Schreiter, son of theBurgermeister of Burkhardtsdorf, Feb 27, 1999 We love what Dr. Ingo Mehner of Ennepetal-Milspe wrote us January 13,1999: 'All the Mehners were very busy in making descendants, especially informer times!' 
Birth*Johann Gottieb Mehner was born in 'another village' (other than Burkhardtsdorf Saxony)--probably Grossolbersdorf Chemnitz. 
Marriage*He married Maria Dorothea Schoenherr

Family

Maria Dorothea Schoenherr
Children

Citations

  1. [S1149] Church records, German church records from Burkhardtsdorf, Germany, translated by Marin Schreiter, Personal Archives of Donald Coy, Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.. Hereinafter cited as German church records from Burkhardtsdorf, Germany.

John 'Jack' Warren Mehner1

M, b. 4 March 1950, d. 10 February 1990
FatherPaul Ernest Mehner b. 5 Feb 1910, d. 25 Aug 1983
MotherNorma Lydia Jones b. 18 Jun 1913, d. 16 Dec 1997
Last Edited24 Jan 2002
Note*Jack was an early investor in the stock market. He was vert well to do.He never married and lived with one of his siblings. He suffered from paranoia and alcoholism. \ He committed suicide in Alaska while living with Denny Mehner. 
Birth*John 'Jack' Warren Mehner was born on 4 March 1950 in Seattle, King County, Washington, U.S.A..1 
He was the son of Paul Ernest Mehner and Norma Lydia Jones
Death*John 'Jack' Warren Mehner died on 10 February 1990 in Alaska, U.S.A., at age 39; Unknown GEDCOM info: Committed suicide in Alaska.1 

Citations

  1. [S959] John Jay & Nancy Dorian (Mehner) Ruhlman, "Compiled Records - John Jay & Nancy Dorian (Mehner) Ruhlman" (18314 Beaver Marsh Rd., Mt. Vernon, WA.). . Hereinafter cited as "Compiled Records - John Jay & Nancy Dorian (Mehner) Ruhlman."

Karl Ernst Mehner1

M, b. 16 August 1845, d. 21 August 1915
FatherChristian Gottlieb Mehner b. 20 Jan 1817, d. 8 Dec 1876
MotherKristlane Wilhelmine Arnold
Last Edited20 Mar 2011
Note*Karl came with his family to Ohio from Saxony, Germany in 1880. They then moved to Kitsap County, Washington in 1891 and lived nearTracyton and Bremerton, Washington. Karl and his son Paul Mehner established 'Mehner and Son' Naval Outfitters in Bremerton, Washington about 1900. I (John Jay Ruhlman) believe Paul later became Mayor of Bremerton (about 1919?). According to his birth certificate, Karl Ernst Mehner was born August 16,1845 in Burkhardtsdorf, Germany. He was the 'son of a married couple,Christian Gottlieb Mehner who owned a house in Burkhardtsdorf'. According to a letter dated Dec 22, 1998, from Martin Schreiter, the sonof the Burgermeister of Burkhardtsdorf, 'Karl married Therisa Amelia Ottoin 1871 in St. Johannes Church, Chemnitz'. We assume that this was anEvangelical (Lutheran) Church. However, Karl's eldest grandson KarlTrevor Mehner says in a letter dated February 1969, 'grandfather KarlErnst Mehner was a Baptist, and, as you no doubt know, our family werePresbyterians (in Bremerton, WA). He came at age 35 with his wife and sons (Paul was about 8 Herman wasabout 5? and Albert was about 3) to Mount Vernon, Ohio from aroundChemnitz, Saxony, Germany in 1880. We wonder what happened to the thirdbrother Herman! He seemed to be in Tracyton (near Bremerton) sometimebetween 1891 and 1901; Herman was alive when his mother died in 1910 on areturn visit to Germany. According to his grandson Karl Trevor Mehner,Karl Ernst Mehner was a 'tailor in the old country'. The family then moved to Kitsap County, WA in 1891. They lived inTracyton and Bremerton (see 'More about Paul E. Mehner '.) His son Paulsaid in a 1935 Presidential Postmaster Application that 'from 1891 until1901, on account of father's health, Paul bought a small farm at Fairview (near Tracyton across the narrows from Bremerton) and worked this withhis brothers' This implies that Karl Ernst was failing in health (age46!) and that the long lost brother Herman must have helped our two knownbrothers (Paul and Albert) on the farm at Tracyton somewhere between 1891and 1901. We know of Herman's existence because of a genealogical chartsent to me by Paul Mehner in the spring of 1970.-JJR Herman must havedied somewhere between 1910 and April 4, 1939 when his brother AlbertHugo Mehner's obituary in the Bremerton Sun did not include him. Because of his old country experience in tailoring, Karl and his son PaulMehner established 'Mehner and Son' (see photo from 1906) Naval Outfitters in Bremerton in 1901. Son Paul was later Clerk and then Mayor of Bremerton. He signed theletter as a clerk from the City Council of Bremerton that invited theNavy Department to build a Naval Base in Bremerton! Karl was with his wife Therisa Amelia Otto on a visit to her family whenshe died June 14, 1910 in Riesa, Saxony, German (Just north of Chemnitz)while she was visiting her brother. Karl Ernst died Aug 21, 1915 according to the records of the LewisFuneral Chapel, 5303 Kitsap Way, Bremerton, Washington 98312-2299, phone1-360-377-3836. Interestingly, his name was given as Ernest Paul Mehner! We really believe this was the same person because he is listed as 70years and 5 months old (corresponds with his birth certificate).According to his funeral record, he was cremated. He was living on Ohio Street, Bremerton, WA. There was a funeral service with Minister Deckerof Bremerton, officiating on Aug. 22, 1915. Of course, is occupation waslisted as a 'tailor'. His death certificate listed his name differently again (Ernest CarlMehner!) According to this document, he was born Aug. 16, 1845 and diedat age 70 years, 5 months on Aug. 21, 1915. His cause of death waslisted as Cardiac Asthma. He was cremated in Seattle. Interestingly, he is listed as 'married', although his first wife TherisaAmelia Otto had died on a visit to Germany in 1910. Here, five yearslater the Informant on the death certificate was E. C. Mehner ofBremerton. We believe this is his second wife, Anna, (whom he probablyhad married in Germany in 1910). She was Theresa's younger sister AnnaOtto (born Nov. 26, 1857 in Saxony, Germany, died January 4, 1929 inForks, WA.) - - According to Anna's death certificate. 
Birth*Karl Ernst Mehner was born on 16 August 1845 in Burkhardtsdorf, Saxony, Germany.1 
He was the son of Christian Gottlieb Mehner and Kristlane Wilhelmine Arnold
Marriage*Karl Ernst Mehner married Therisa Amelia Otto, daughter of Ferdinand Julius Otto and Amelia Ulrich, in 1871 in St. Johannes Church, Chemnitz, Germany
Marriage*Karl Ernst Mehner married Anna Otto, daughter of Ferdinand Julius Otto and Amelia Ulrich, in Probably in Mittweida, Saxony, Germany
Death*Karl Ernst Mehner died on 21 August 1915 in Bremerton, Kitsap County, Washington, U.S.A., at age 70; Unknown GEDCOM info: cause of death was listed as Cardiac Asthma. 
Burial*He was buried in Seattle, King County, Washington, U.S.A.

Family 1

Therisa Amelia Otto b. 1849, d. 14 June 1910
Children

Family 2

Anna Otto b. 26 November 1857, d. 4 January 1929

Citations

  1. [S1147] Karl Ernst & Christian Gottlieb Mehner, birth certificates (in possession of Donald R. Coy), Personal Archives of Donald Coy, Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.

Karl Gottlieb Mehner1

M, b. 11 January 1778
FatherJohann Gottieb Mehner
MotherMaria Dorothea Schoenherr
Last Edited24 Jan 2002
Note*We understand from another Mehner family study that the earlier spellingof the name was Mehnert. From John and Nancy (Mehner) Ruhlman's trip to Saxony in 1998, we learnedthat most of the modern German Mehners trace their ancestry to the silverminers of the Erz mountains (Erzgebirge) of Saxony. In 1168 there was a great silver discovery in Freiberg. The news drewpeople from Zwickau (50 miles to the southwest) and other distantmargrave lands. The Berggeschrei or 'call of the mountains' was followedby many families from Franconia (250 miles to the west in the Rhine rivervalley). By 1470 there was a larger silver deposit discovered in Schneeberg. By1500 there were about 8,000 people living in Schneeberg. The new churchdedicated to the mining patron, St. Wolfgang was completed in 1540. In1478 there were 167 silver quarries being worked around the city! The Wettin lands of the dynasties of Albrecht and Ernst were consideredthe wealthiest in the empire around 1500. In Annaberg, the greatAnnenkirche was built in 1499 and dedicated to the veneration of St.Anna, the patron saint of mining. Dr. Ingo Mehner said that the famous statue of the silver miner inBrand-Erbisdorf was that of Karl Heinrich Mehner (1885-1933) the last andbeloved silver miner there. He also said that the statue looks amazinglylike the photo of our Albert Hugo Mehner that we mailed him! ---from aletter dated Jan 13, 1999. By the close of the 16th Century, the silver ran out and the area began along, slow decline! Between the 17th and 19th centuries, the land wasnot suitable for farming and there was little income for the largepopulation of the Erzgebirge. One trade that led to prosperity was theproduction of wood products and toys in Olbernhau and Seiffen, wherethere is the well known toy museum exhibiting all manner of nutcrackers.Another means of earning a living was the production of stockings as isseen in the 'Strumpfdorfern' or 'stocking -producing' villages aroundThalheim... .--Saxony and It's History by Klaus Kratzsch,Leipzig, 1990 (Interestingly enough, the main industry in Burkhardsdorf was stockingproducing! Michael Stubbe (a Nebel family historian) told us in a letterof July 6, 1999 that Carl Gottlieb Mehner's daugher's husband,(CarlFriedrich Nebel) was a 'strumphfwirkermeister' translated literally'master stockingmaker'! The famous quality collector toy makers of Erzgebirge 'Steinbach' and'Albrecht' currently make toys in this area. Martin Schreiter, the son of the Burgermeister of Burkhardsdorf wrote usFeb 27, 1999 with a translation from the local church records: 'KarlGottlieb Mehner was born in another village. He came to Burkhardtsdorfand married Christiane Karoline Haenel Nov 11, 1804 in Burkhardtsdorf.' Michael Stubbe (above) also tells us that Carl Gottlieb Mehner'soccupations were 'Auszugshaulsers und Maurers' translated 'To move out ofhouses and Bricklayer'. We don't yet know where or when Karl Gottlieb Mehner died. 
Birth*Karl Gottlieb Mehner was born on 11 January 1778 in Grossolbersdorf, Chemnitz, Saxony, Germany.1 
He was the son of Johann Gottieb Mehner and Maria Dorothea Schoenherr
Marriage*Karl Gottlieb Mehner married Christiane Caroline Hahnel on 11 November 1804 in Burkhardtsdorf, Saxony, Germany
Endowment*Karl Gottlieb Mehner received his endowment on 18 January 1980. 

Family

Christiane Caroline Hahnel
Children

Citations

  1. [S1263] Latter Day Saints Church of Jesus Christ, "Family Search Pedigree Resource File, Compact Disc #7, Pin #940312" (Salt Lake City, Utah, U.S.A.). . Hereinafter cited as "Family Search Pedigree Resource File, Compact Disc #7."

Karl Trevor Mehner1

M, b. 9 July 1905, d. 7 April 1969
FatherAlbert Hugo Mehner b. 3 Oct 1877, d. 2 Apr 1939
MotherEva Mae Damon b. 20 Apr 1881, d. 3 Sep 1964
Last Edited14 May 2011
Note*Karl and Pauline lived in Bremerton at 270 5th St. in about 1939 when hisbrother Bob lived in their basement. Later, he operated an Ice Arena atthe head of the bay (Sinclair Inlet) at Gorst which he and his brotherBob built. They had 2 children, Orman Vaughn, born 1927 in Bremerton and Arline,born 1935 in Bremerton. He and Pauline were divorced in about 1945. He married Dorothy Home Quinn soon afterward. He was working in refrigeration and air conditioning. He was a pioneer in putting thermal heat in houses; he built a house inSteilacoom, Pierce County, on American Lake- piped water from the lake tothe Heat Pump to heat or cool the house! He and his wife Dorthy lived near his mother Eva Mae Damon Mehner Barnettfor a few months in Florida in about 1949 (See notes on Eva Mae Damon) He died in Tacoma of a heart attack. The statement below was taken from type written a copy of a letter andsigned by Karl Trevor Mehner February 1969, he died 07 April, 1969. 'I am Karl Trevor Mehner, born 09 July, 1905, in Juneau, Alaska. I thinkmy parents were married in Tacoma, Washington in 1904. They honeymoonedin Friday Harbor on San Juan Island, Washington. 'My father came to the United States of America in 1880 from Saxony,Germany, when he was five years old. He lived with his parents andbrothers in Ohio for a short time before coming to the Puget Soundcountry. They farmed awhile at Fairview near Tracyton, across the Narrowsfrom Bremerton. My paternal grandfather was a tailor in the old country(Germany) and established 'Mehner and Son Naval Tailors and Outfitters'in Bremerton about 1900. The Son was my father's brother Paul. 'Due to farm work, my father was late going to High School, buteventually graduated from the University of Washington and then tookgraduate work. He taught science in Juneau, Alaska at the Juneau Highschool, and went on an expedition for the New York Museum of NaturalHistory in the wilds of Alaska. 'He later taught Science at the Ellensburg (Washington) High School andthen headed up the entire Science Department at the Central WashingtonTeacher's College until 1916, when he developed yellow jaundice and thedoctors insisted that he give up teaching, and take up outdooractivities. So in 1916 we moved to Grants Pass, Oregon for a year, andthen to Bremerton where brother Robert was born. 'Grandfather, Karl Ernst, was a Baptist, and as you no doubt know, ourfamily was Presbyterian. 'There is a stained glass window in the Bremerton Baptist Church whichwas built in 1912 (about 5th and Warren Streets) with the Mehner name onit.' The above was taken from type written a copy of a letter and signed byKarl Trevor Mehner February 1969, he died 07 April, 1969. As of September 24, 1997, the church is now owned by The NeighborhoodChristian Center, 1003 5th. Street, mailing address - P. O. Box 427,Bremerton, Kitsap County, Washington, 98337-1432 1-360-377-7292. Karl Trevor Mehner was cremated, Brookside Mortuary, Tacoma, PierceCounty, Washington, U.S.A. 
Birth*Karl Trevor Mehner was born on 9 July 1905 in Juneau, Juneau County, Alaska, U.S.A..1 
He was the son of Albert Hugo Mehner and Eva Mae Damon
Marriage*Karl Trevor Mehner married Pauline Strawhnun, daughter of Richard Strawhun, on 8 March 1926 in Bremerton, Kitsap County, Washington, U.S.A..2 
Death*Karl Trevor Mehner died on 7 April 1969 in Tacoma, Pierce County, Washington, U.S.A., at age 63; Unknown GEDCOM info: Heart Attack.1 

Family

Pauline Strawhnun
Child

Citations

  1. [S957] Bob Mehner & Jewel Coy, "Compiled Records - Bob Mehner & Jewel Coy" (30919 NE Farm Rd, Carnation,WA.). . Hereinafter cited as "Compiled Records - Bob Mehner & Jewel Coy."
  2. [S1143] Sharon Rose (Mehner) Thompson, "Sharon Rose (Mehner) Thompson, compiled family records", recipient, Donald R. Coy (Sumner, Washington, U.S.A.). . Hereinafter cited as "Sharon Rose (Mehner) Thompson, compiled records."

Margaret Theresa Mehner1

F, b. 10 November 1902, d. 9 January 1942
FatherPaul Ernest Mehner b. 22 Jun 1872, d. 24 Nov 1940
MotherIsabella Agusta Stevenson-Hicks b. 12 Sep 1875, d. 11 Jul 1947
Last Edited16 Jun 2004
Birth*Margaret Theresa Mehner was born on 10 November 1902 in Bremerton, Kitsap County, Washington, U.S.A..2 
She was the daughter of Paul Ernest Mehner and Isabella Agusta Stevenson-Hicks
Note*In the 1920-21 Bremerton City Directory, Margaret Mehner is listed at1224 Highland Ave. (she must have been still living at home) in 1920. 
Marriage*Margaret Theresa Mehner married Hew Hinkle Millholin on 5 June 1926.1 
Death*Margaret Theresa Mehner died on 9 January 1942 at age 39.2 

Family

Hew Hinkle Millholin

Citations

  1. [S1143] Sharon Rose (Mehner) Thompson, "Sharon Rose (Mehner) Thompson, compiled family records", recipient, Donald R. Coy (Sumner, Washington, U.S.A.). . Hereinafter cited as "Sharon Rose (Mehner) Thompson, compiled records."
  2. [S959] John Jay & Nancy Dorian (Mehner) Ruhlman, "Compiled Records - John Jay & Nancy Dorian (Mehner) Ruhlman" (18314 Beaver Marsh Rd., Mt. Vernon, WA.). . Hereinafter cited as "Compiled Records - John Jay & Nancy Dorian (Mehner) Ruhlman."

Paul Ernest Mehner

M, b. 22 June 1872, d. 24 November 1940
FatherKarl Ernst Mehner b. 16 Aug 1845, d. 21 Aug 1915
MotherTherisa Amelia Otto b. 1849, d. 14 Jun 1910
Last Edited24 Nov 2010
Note*Paul E. Mehner was the Mayor of Bremerton, Washington (January 3, 1912 to January 6, 1914). We have a photo provided by his son Paul Ernst Mehner, of the Mayor laying brick for the first paved street in Bremerton. (World War I began in 1914). The photo is in the Mayor's scrapbook. Paul was born June 22, 1872 in Saxony (probably Burkhardtsdorf, just south of Chemnitz), Germany. He came with his parents and his two brothers (Albert and Herman) to Mount Vernon, Ohio. He attended high school from 1883-1887 at the Mount Vernon, Knox Co.,Ohio High School. He graduated in June, 1887. He worked in Mount Vernon, OH from 1887-1889 'I worked for my Father learning the tailoring trade'--from his November, 1935 Application for Presidential Postmaster, Bremerton, WA. In 1890 and 1891, he worked at the Puget Sound Dye Works in Seattle 'pressing and tailoring work one and two supervised. $60.00 per month board and room'--(1935 Application above) From 1891 to 1901 he moved to Tracyton, WA (near Bremerton) 'on account of father's health bought small farm and worked this with brothers' (opcit). This is fascinating to us because it implies that not only his brother Albert, but also his 'long lost' brother Herman was working with him in Tracyton sometime during this time. We still wonder what happened to his brother Herman Mehner! From 1901 until at least 1935, he 'started my present business of Merchant Tailoring Have employed as many as ten people. At the present three and four working in the shop depending on amount of work. In 1934 net from business: $2259.90, Rentals gross: $4486.60' (op cit). He became the Bremerton City Clerk from incorporation 1n 1900 to 1910--salary nothing to $20.00 per month. Paul Ernst Mehner was the Mayor of Bremerton, WA (Jan 3, 1912-Jan 6,1914--no salary). We have a photo provided by his son Paul Ernst Mehnerof the Mayor laying the brick for the first paved street in Bremerton. (World War I began in 1914) (That photo is in his scrapbook) He was appointed Postmaster of Bremerton March 2, 1915 by President Wilson 'there were about eight employees at that time. Salary was in the neighborhood of $300 per month' (op cit). Sometime between 1915 and1918, he was dropped from that position because as stated in his 1935 Application (op cit): 'Navy Department thought it best not to have a German born in office'. He was Chairman of the Board of Directors of the First Federal Savings and Loan Association; he was elected Washington State Senator in 1932.--from a Register Report by Warren Dewar, July 18, 2000 His obituary adds that he was a Bremerton Port Commissioner and a former Director of the Bremerton Chamber of Commerce. In the 1920-21 Bremerton City Directory, Paul and Isabell Mehner is a 'tailor at 409 Washington Ave. His home was at 1224 Highland Ave.' We know that he lived in a 'French Country Farm Home on Highland Ave.' There is the Mehner Building (as of March, 1999) at 253 and 257 4thStreet, Bremerton. (Currently, 257 is the B.A. Gelschmann Co. Insurance since 1930. The Kitsap County Public Credit Union is in 253.) On page 105 Paul is mentioned in the Kitsap County History of 1977.There, it lists the following lodges where he was a member: Rebecca Lodge, Grand Army of the Republic and the Woodcraft Lodge. (appropriate research will give more details of his family and life!--JJR) He was married to Isabelle Agusta Stevenson Hicks and they had fivechildren. He died in Bremerton, WA, 1940.1 
Birth*Paul Ernest Mehner was born on 22 June 1872 in Saxony, Germany
He was the son of Karl Ernst Mehner and Therisa Amelia Otto
Marriage*Paul Ernest Mehner married Isabella Agusta Stevenson-Hicks, daughter of Joseph Stevenson and Margaret, on 27 November 1901 in Bremerton, Kitsap County, Washington, U.S.A.
Death*Paul Ernest Mehner died on 24 November 1940 in Bremerton, Kitsap County, Washington, U.S.A., at age 68; cause of death was cerebral hemorrhage.2 
Burial*He was buried in Bremerton, Kitsap County, Washington, U.S.A.

Family

Isabella Agusta Stevenson-Hicks b. 12 September 1875, d. 11 July 1947
Children

Citations

  1. [S2544] Don Coy, Family Tree Maker file, Seattle.
  2. [S959] John Jay & Nancy Dorian (Mehner) Ruhlman, "Compiled Records - John Jay & Nancy Dorian (Mehner) Ruhlman" (18314 Beaver Marsh Rd., Mt. Vernon, WA.). . Hereinafter cited as "Compiled Records - John Jay & Nancy Dorian (Mehner) Ruhlman."

Paul Ernest Mehner1

M, b. 5 February 1910, d. 25 August 1983
FatherPaul Ernest Mehner b. 22 Jun 1872, d. 24 Nov 1940
MotherIsabella Agusta Stevenson-Hicks b. 12 Sep 1875, d. 11 Jul 1947
Last Edited24 Jan 2002
Note*Paul Ernest Mehner was born February 5, 1910 in Bremerton, Kitsap County,Washington. He met his wife in High School in Bremerton; He worked for the HighwayDepartment when he was first married. Then he worked for Colby Crane inSeattle as an engineer designing cranes. He earned a B.M.E from the University of Washington. He was a MechanicalEngineer. He must have been living near Morton, Lewis County, Washington in 1913when his son Paul Owen Mehner was born. 
Birth*Paul Ernest Mehner was born on 5 February 1910 in Bremerton, Kitsap County, Washington, U.S.A..1 
He was the son of Paul Ernest Mehner and Isabella Agusta Stevenson-Hicks
Marriage*Paul Ernest Mehner married Norma Lydia Jones on 9 November 1935 in Bremerton, Kitsap County, Washington, U.S.A..1 
Death*Paul Ernest Mehner died on 25 August 1983 in Seattle, King County, Washington, U.S.A., at age 73.1 

Family

Norma Lydia Jones b. 18 June 1913, d. 16 December 1997
Child

Citations

  1. [S959] John Jay & Nancy Dorian (Mehner) Ruhlman, "Compiled Records - John Jay & Nancy Dorian (Mehner) Ruhlman" (18314 Beaver Marsh Rd., Mt. Vernon, WA.). . Hereinafter cited as "Compiled Records - John Jay & Nancy Dorian (Mehner) Ruhlman."

Pauline Esther Mehner1

F, b. 14 January 1907, d. 17 November 1973
FatherPaul Ernest Mehner b. 22 Jun 1872, d. 24 Nov 1940
MotherIsabella Agusta Stevenson-Hicks b. 12 Sep 1875, d. 11 Jul 1947
Last Edited24 Jan 2002
Note*Pauline 'Esther' Mehner is in the 1923 Union (Bremerton) High SchoolAnnual. Later, Pauline earned her High School Education Life Diploma fromthe University of Washington in 1927. She was a High School Teacherteaching Commercial Subjects. Her religion was Congregational. She was a member of the Fauntleroy Community Church; Zeta Tau AlphaSorority; Maude Sawyer Arboretum Unit (Past President). 
Birth*Pauline Esther Mehner was born on 14 January 1907 in Bremerton, Kitsap County, Washington, U.S.A..2 
She was the daughter of Paul Ernest Mehner and Isabella Agusta Stevenson-Hicks
Marriage*Pauline Esther Mehner married Warren Lloyd Dewar , Sr., son of Saunders Dewar and Mary Warren, on 15 June 1934 in Bremerton, Kitsap County, Washington, U.S.A..1 
Death*Pauline Esther Mehner died on 17 November 1973 in Seattle, King County, Washington, U.S.A., at age 66.2 

Family

Warren Lloyd Dewar , Sr. b. 12 June 1905, d. 15 December 1980

Citations

  1. [S1143] Sharon Rose (Mehner) Thompson, "Sharon Rose (Mehner) Thompson, compiled family records", recipient, Donald R. Coy (Sumner, Washington, U.S.A.). . Hereinafter cited as "Sharon Rose (Mehner) Thompson, compiled records."
  2. [S959] John Jay & Nancy Dorian (Mehner) Ruhlman, "Compiled Records - John Jay & Nancy Dorian (Mehner) Ruhlman" (18314 Beaver Marsh Rd., Mt. Vernon, WA.). . Hereinafter cited as "Compiled Records - John Jay & Nancy Dorian (Mehner) Ruhlman."

Robert David Mehner Jr.1

M, b. 8 May 1942, d. 9 September 2001
FatherRobert David Mehner Sr. b. 3 Jun 1918, d. 27 Jul 1991
MotherJewel Ruth Coy b. 3 Apr 1918, d. 3 Oct 2001
Relationship4th cousin of David Arthur Walker
ChartsDescendants of Richard Coye & Lucy Ann Lenten
Descendants of Silas Titus & Jane Newdyke
Last Edited18 Dec 2004
Nickname Robert David Mehner Jr. also is known commonly by the nickname of Bobby Mehner. 
Note*No family, Bud is 2nd born to Bob and Ruth (Coy) Mehner. Bod has been married four times. 'I thank God that He brought me home safe from Vietnam !!' Robert David Mehner Jr. writes: (see his father's details about Bob and Nancy's younger years) 'In the summer of 1945 when I was 3 years old, I was staying with my Grandma (Hazel Coy) who lived across the street from the Queen City Yacht Club in Seattle--Grandpa was the Commodore of the yacht club. From my grandparent's house we could watch the Mountlake Bridge on the Ship Canal open and close. One day, my Aunt Grace walked my sister Nancy and I to the Mountlake playground. From there we could see the University (of Washington) Bridge open and close. I reasoned in my 3-year old mind that I could walk completely around Portage Bay! The next morning I set out with my little red wagon and did just that...past the playground, over Mountlake Bridge, past the U of W and over the University Bridge and back to the house. I wondered what the police were doing at grandma's place (I didn't know they were looking for me! Bob Jr. trusted Christ as his Savior at Camp Gilead near Carnation, WA when he was 9 years old. The Pastor of the old Tabernacle Baptist Church of Seattle, Forrest Johnson led me to the Lord. Childhood friends were the following neighbor kids when we lived at 6912 South 115th, Seattle: Donald Parks, Terry Kennedy, Mickey Musgrove, Carl Hugo and Henry Ellingsen. I attended the Emerson Elementary, Sharples Jr. High and Franklin High School. My high school friend was Fred Singleton--the two of us were always in trouble! I graduated in 1961. I made appointments and gave free samples for a Fuller Brush salesman while in High School. Another sales job was demonstrating fire extinguishers door to door. Can you imagine a teenager carrying a can of kerosene, matches and a cake pan up to someone's porch, making sure the person is home, setting fire to the kerosene in the cake pan and knocking on the door? I sold nearly every resident. After high school I attended Edison Technical school (the old Broadway HS, Seattle) where I took sheet metal layout and fabrication. After getting my certification, I went to work at Renton Boeing on Marginal Way. In April 1964 I enlisted in the US Army-served 6 years in USA, Germany and Vietnam. In 1966 while stationed in Germany I sent a one-way plane ticket to my HS sweetheart to come and marry me. I married Linda Wise on Jan 16, 1967 in Niederwerrn, a small town in Northern Bavaria. We honeymooned in Paris. Linda was in Germany 2 months before we married and I had set up an apartment for her in the town near our base. The landlady was explaining how to light the water heater for the heiss vasser (hot water)--but it sounded like Hice or Ice water...I thought the German ways were not going to be my ways. I drove 60 ton tanks and 155mm self propelled howitzers in Germany. Home on furlough, we set up housekeeping in Alexandria, VA across the Potomac from Washington DC. I was stationed at Ft. Belvoir where I attended US Army's school of engineering for drafting. From there, we moved from Virginia to California in our '63 Chevy II station wagon that we had bought in Washington DC. I was stationed at the Presidio of San Francisco at the south end of the Golden Gate Bridge. We took an apartment about 1/2 block from 'Hippie Central'--the corner of Haight and Ashbury in 1968. Later that year we had a duplex next door to the SF Zoo rent free (government owned) that overlooked the ocean. I was sent to Vietnam in 1969. I enjoyed a week of R and R with my wife in Hawaii in the fall of '69. After the service, we settled in Corona CA where I worked at the Alcoa Aluminum casing plant for 7 years. I took business courses at Riverside City College and also studied Police Science.' More notes below about Bud's later life. 'God is not only listening, but He wants to grant the desires of your heart. For some time now, I had been praying for a riding partner; a female who likes motorcycling and loves God. Wow! What a combination THAT would be!! Other interests of mine include model trains and railroading in general, along with relics of the past, and exploring ghost towns. Well, folks, God answers prayer when we least expect it, and in ways I don't understand. After the March 20th (1999) C.M.A (Christian Motorcyclists Association) breakfast, an attractive woman approached me about riding 2nd seat on my Goldwing. Minimum riding gear required a helmet that she did not have. The ride was starting, so I said 'Maybe next time' and left. A month later, at the April 17th (1999) CMA breakfast, the same woman was there with complete riding gear and was ready to ride. She asked if she could ride with me, so I said 'sure.' The ride was north on Chuckanut Drive and stayed along the water all the way to Blaine. We stopped in Bellingham, and again at the Lummi Texaco. We had talked about a lot of things on the way, and found that we shared many interests. In some ways, my bike is like an altar, as I frequently talk with the Lord and sing praises to Him while riding. Not many miles into the ride, my soul began to sing....the weather was great, the ride even better, plus I had a pretty woman with me. In my joy, I began to sing 'Then sings my soul,,', and I looked in the mirror, only to find her watching me' OOPS! I quickly apologized for bursting into song but she said she liked it vert much, and to do it often. The destination was Blaine for lunch at Contos. We still had four and a half hours before she had to be back, so I asked her if she wanted to go to Silver Lake. She said she was just here for the ride, and I was doing the driving. We rode the twisties of South Pas and on to Silver Lake. We spent some time at the lake just talking and I couldn't believe how much we had in common. We continued the ride into Maple Falls and south on Mosquito Lake road into Acme, then south on Hwy 9 into Sedro Woolley, and finally back to her truck. We talked for another half hour. She told me she also had been praying to meet a Christian man who loved serving the Lord, singing hymns, and motorcycle riding. But then she said she was NOT looking for romance at this time--just a Christian man to ride motorcycles with until she could get her own bike. However, God had other plans for both of us!! On Tuesday, April 20, (1999) MSR (Morning Star Riders) rider nights began. Cary saw her truck at the Alger Texaco when he came for the ride. Cary's immediate reaction was 'BOB'S COMING!!' How did you know that, Cary? He had put one and one together and came up with two, and I had not even figured it out yet. The last thing on my mind was a relationship, yet I felt I was falling in love with her. The time we had spent talking on the weekend (yes, I saw her on Sunday too) had led me to believe that she is the complete answer to ALL my prayers, and more! In addition to that, the lady had a very long list of requirements for a future mate. She was certain no man could meet all of them, so she was not really looking! That hit 18 out of 21!!!?' .... Robert David Mehner, Jr. May 15, 1999. 
Anecdote* Robert David 'Bud' Mehner, Jr., son of Robert David 'Bob' Mehner, Sr. andJewel Ruth 'Ruth' Coy, was born 8 May 1942 in Bremerton, Washington, andmarried 16 Jan 1967 in Niederwerrn, Bavaria, Germany, Lida Marie Wise,who was born 9 Sep 1943 in Seattle, Washington. They were divorced inRiverside, California. No children of this marriage. His SSS# 537 40 3076 He married 27 Aug 1976 in Nuevo, California, Linda Kaye Brewer Bradley,who was born 18 Feb 1943 in Seattle, Washington. Linda Kaye had two children from a previous marriage: Martin Warren Bradley, born 21 Jul 1963 in Butler, Missouri. Michelle Lind Bradley, born 3 Jun 1971 in Hemet, California. This marriage ended in divorce in Riverside, California. He married 8 Sep 1989 in Hope, British Columbia, Canada, Mary AurillaKolacki, daughter of Cashmier John Kolacki and Edna Mae McAllister, whowas born 8 Jun 1928 in Bellingham, Washington. Divorced 1990 Snohomish County, Washington. No children by this marriage. He married 25 Jul 1999 in Joseph Whidbey State Park, Washington, JanetMarie Speers Mills, who was born 10 Jul 1953 in Anacortes, Washington. No children by this marriage. They were divorced 2000 Robert David died 9 Sep 2001 in Mt. Vernon, Washington of a heart attackand was buried September 13, 2001 in Plesant Ridge Cemetery, MountVernon, Washington. Bob had been married four times. Below is an unfinished biography of Robert Davd Mehner, Jr. as sent tohis uncle, Donald Raymond Coy by e-mail or 'Electronic' ' I thank God that He brought me home safe from Vietnam !!' Robert David Mehner Jr. writes: (see his father's details about Bob and Nancy's younger years) 'Inthe summer of 1945 when I was 3 years old, I was staying with my Grandma(Hazel Coy) who lived at 2607 12th Ave. N. Seattle, across the streetfrom the Queen City Yacht Club in Seattle--Grandpa was the Commodore ofthe yacht club. From my grandparent's house we could watch the MountlakeBridge on the Ship Canal open and close. One day, my Aunt Grace walkedmy sister Nancy and I to the Mountlake playground. From there we couldsee the University (of Washington) Bridge open and close. I reasoned inmy 3-year old mind that I could walk completely around Portage Bay! Thenext morning I set out with my little red wagon and did just that...pastthe playground, over Mountlake Bridge, past the U of W and over theUniversity Bridge and back to the house. I wondered what the police weredoing at grandma's place (I didn't know they were looking for me!) Bob Jr. trusted Christ as his Savior at Camp Gilead near Carnation,WA when he was 9 years old. The Pastor of the old Tabernacle BaptistChurch of Seattle, Forrest Johnson led me to the Lord. Childhood friends were the following neighbor kids when we lived at6912 South 115th, Seattle: Donald Parks, Terry Kennedy, Mickey Musgrove,Carl Hugo and Henry Ellingsen. I attended the Emerson Elementary,Sharples Jr. High and Franklin High School. My high school friend wasFred Singleton--the two of us were always in trouble! I graduated in1961. I made appointments and gave free samples for a Fuller Brushsalesman while in High School. Another sales job was demonstrating fireextinguishers door to door. Can you imagine a teenager carrying a can ofkerosene, matches and a cake pan up to someone's porch, making sure theperson is home, setting fire to the kerosene in the cake pan and knockingon the door? I sold nearly every resident. After high school I attended Edison Technical school (the oldBroadway HS, Seattle) where I took sheet metal layout and fabrication.After getting my certification, I went to work at Renton Boeing onMarginal Way. In April 1964 I enlisted in the US Army, served 6 years in USA,Germany and Vietnam. In 1966 while stationed in Germany I sent a one-wayplane ticket to my HS sweetheart to come and marry me. I married LindaWise on Jan 16, 1967 in Niederwerrn, a small town in Northern Bavaria.We honeymooned in Paris. Linda was in Germany 2 months before we marriedand I had set up an apartment for her in the town near our base. Thelandlady was explaining how to light the water heater for the heissvasser (hot water)--but it sounded like Hice or Ice water...I thought theGerman ways were not going to be my ways. I drove 60 ton tanks and 155mm self propelled howitzers in Germany.Home on furlough, we set up housekeeping in Alexandria, VA across thePotomac from Washington DC. I was stationed at Ft. Belvoir where Iattended US Army's school of engineering for drafting. From there, wemoved from Virginia to California in our '63 Chevy II station wagon thatwe had bought in Washington DC. I was stationed at the Presidio of SanFrancisco at the south end of the Golden Gate Bridge. We took anapartment about 1/2 block from 'Hippie Central'--the corner of Haight andAshbury in 1968. Later that year we had a duplex next door to the SF Zoorent free (government owned) that overlooked the ocean. I was sent to Vietnam in 1969. I enjoyed a week of R and R with mywife in Hawaii in the fall of '69. After the service, we settled inCorona CA where I worked at the Alcoa Aluminum casing plant for 7 years. I took business courses at Riverside City College and also studied PoliceScience.' Bob moved to Everson, Wa. in 19.. He married More notes below about Bud's later life. 'God is not only listening, but He wants to grant the desires of yourheart. For some time now, I had been praying for a riding partner; afemale who likes motorcycling and loves God. Wow! What a combinationTHAT would be!! Other interests of mine include model trains andrailroading in general, along with relics of the past, and exploringghost towns. Well, folks, God answers prayer when we least expect it,and in ways I don't understand. After the March 20th (1999) C.M.A(Christian Motorcyclists Association) breakfast, an attractive womanapproached me about riding 2nd seat on my Goldwing. Minimum riding gearrequired a helmet that she did not have. The ride was starting, so Isaid 'Maybe next time' and left. A month later, at the April 17th (1999) CMA breakfast, the same woman wasthere with complete riding gear and was ready to ride. She asked if shecould ride with me, so I said 'sure.' The ride was north on Chuckanut Drive and stayed along the water all theway to Blaine. We stopped in Bellingham, and again at the Lummi Texaco.We had talked about a lot of things on the way, and found that we sharedmany interests. In some ways, my bike is like an altar, as I frequentlytalk with the Lord and sing praises to Him while riding. Not many milesinto the ride, my soul began to sing....the weather was great, the rideeven better, plus I had a pretty woman with me. In my joy, I began tosing 'Then sings my soul,,', and I looked in the mirror, only to findher watching me' OOPS! I quickly apologized for bursting into song butshe said she liked it very much, and to do it often. The destination wasBlaine for lunch at Contos. We still had four and a half hours beforeshe had to be back, so I asked her if she wanted to go to Silver Lake.She said she was just here for the ride, and I was doing the driving. Werode the twisties of South Pas and on to Silver Lake. We spent some timeat the lake just talking and I couldn't believe how much we had in common. We continued the ride into Maple Falls and south on Mosquito Lake roadinto Acme, then south on Hwy 9 into Sedro Woolley, and finally back toher truck. We talked for another half hour. She told me she also hadbeen praying to meet a Christian man who loved serving the Lord, singinghymns, and motorcycle riding. But then she said she was NOT looking forromance at this time--just a Christian man to ride motorcycles with untilshe could get her own bike. However, God had other plans for both of us!! On Tuesday, April 20, (1999) MSR (Morning Star Riders) rider nightsbegan. Cary saw her truck at the Alger Texaco when he came for theride. Cary's immediate reaction was 'BOB'S COMING!!' How did you knowthat, Cary? He had put one and one together and came up with two, and Ihad not even figured it out yet. The last thing on my mind was arelationship, yet I felt I was falling in love with her. The time we hadspent talking on the weekend (yes, I saw her on Sunday too) had led me tobelieve that she is the complete answer to ALL my prayers, and more! Inaddition to that, the lady had a very long list of requirements for afuture mate. She was certain no man could meet all of them, so she wasnot really looking! That hit 18 out of 21!!!?' .... Robert DavidMehner, Jr. May 15, 1999. Bob was discharged from the US Army on 23 Jul 1964 while in Wurzburg,Germany with a Honorable Discharge. His last duty assignment and majorcommand was Battery C 2nd Bn 39th Artillery, 3rd Infantry Division, 7USA, APO, NY, NY 09036. Decorations and metals were; Marksman Badge,National Service Metal. His net service was 2 years 3 months and 18 days. Bob immediately re-enlisted on July 23, 1966 as a Private E-1 inWurzburg, Germany. After serving time in Germany he was transferred toSan Francisco and was stationed at the Presidio. In 1969, he was sent toVietnam. On March 13, 1970 he was Honorably discharged with the rank of SP4 E4 inthe HHC 93rd Engineers BN USAV. Decorations and metals; National DefenseService Medal, Vietnam Campaign Metal, Vietnam Service Metal and GoodConduct Metal. Education and training completed: Construction Draftsman,USA Engineers was 10 weeks in 1967. At the time of his discharge, hisaddress was P.O. Box 714, Corona, California 91720. Obituary of ROBERTDAVID MEHNER, JR> Mr. Robert David Mehner, Jr. 59, of Mount Vernon, Washington diedsuddenly of a heart attack on Sunday September 9, 2001 while enjoying aSunday outing near Darrington, Washington. 'Bob' was born in Bremerton,Washington on May 8, 1942, the son of Robert David Mehner, Sr. and JewellRuth Coy. He graduated from Franklin High School, Seattle, in 1960 andserved in Germany and Vietnam during the Vietnam War with the UnitedStates Army. He lived in Seattle, WA., San Bernardino, Calif., Everson,WA. and Mount Vernon, WA. and was a truck driver (having graduated fromthe Skagit Valley truck driving course.) Bob was an avid andenthusiastic member of the Skagit County Chapter of the ChristianMotorcycle Association. He was care giver for David Wellington, Everson,WA. for many years. Bob was a believer in the Lord Jesus Christ and wasa member of the Nooksack Valley Baptist Church of Everson, WA., twosisters and brother-in-laws, Nancy (Mehner) and John Ruhlman of MountVernon and Susan (Mehner) and Richard Burns of Burien, WA. His fatherpreceded him in death. Grave side funeral services will be held in the Pleasant Valley Cemetery,west of Mount Vernon, WA., on Thursday September 13, 2002 at 2:00 PM withburial to follow the services under the direction of the Fern FuneralHome of Mount Vernon. There will be no viewing of Mr. Mehner. Memorialsmay be made to the Christian Motorcycle Association 211 S. Pine Street,Burlington, Washington 98233. Kern Funeral Home 1122 South 3rd Street Mount Vernon, Washington 98273 (306) 336-2153 Fax (360) 336-2154 E-mail: leroy@@cnw.com. 
Nickname Robert David Mehner Jr. also is known commonly by the nickname of Bud Mehner. 
Birth*He was born on 8 May 1942 in Bremerton, Kitsap County, Washington, U.S.A..2 
He was the son of Robert David Mehner Sr. and Jewel Ruth Coy
Death*Robert David Mehner Jr. died on 9 September 2001 in Mt. Vernon, Skagit County, Washington, U.S.A., at age 59; Unknown GEDCOM info: Heart Attack.3 
Burial*He was buried on 13 September 2001 in Pleasant Ridge Cemetery, Mount Vernon, Skagit County, Washington, U.S.A.

Citations

  1. [S186] Jean Agnes (Ferguson) Smith, Ennis History (Printed & Bound by Friesen Printers, 5720 Macleod Trail So, Calgary, Alberta: privately published, 1979). Hereinafter cited as Ennis History.
  2. [S935] Jean Agnes (Ferguson) Smith, Ennis History (: Privately Published, 1979). Hereinafter cited as Ennis History.
  3. [S959] John Jay & Nancy Dorian (Mehner) Ruhlman, "Compiled Records - John Jay & Nancy Dorian (Mehner) Ruhlman" (18314 Beaver Marsh Rd., Mt. Vernon, WA.). . Hereinafter cited as "Compiled Records - John Jay & Nancy Dorian (Mehner) Ruhlman."

Robert David Mehner Sr.1

M, b. 3 June 1918, d. 27 July 1991
FatherAlbert Hugo Mehner b. 3 Oct 1877, d. 2 Apr 1939
MotherEva Mae Damon b. 20 Apr 1881, d. 3 Sep 1964
ChartsDescendants of Richard Coye & Lucy Ann Lenten
Descendants of Silas Titus & Jane Newdyke
Last Edited6 May 2002
BaptismRobert David Mehner Sr. was baptized in Westminster Presbyterian Church, 1729 Harvard, Seattle, Washington.2 
Note*Robert 'Bob' David Mehner was the fourth son born to Albert Hugo and EveMae (Damon) Mehner, and married Jewel Ruth 'Ruth' Coy, 23 March, 1940 atRuth's parent's, Roy David and Hazel Ruth (Snyder) Coy's home at 260712th Avenue North (now Boyer Avenue N.), Seattle, King County, Washington and had three children, Nancy Dorian, Robert David, Jr., Susan ClaireMehner. Various photos of Ruth and Bob are found in their scrapbooks. The Autobiography below was copied from a hand written letter written byRobert David Mehner, Sr. 'I was born in Bremerton, Kitsap County, Washington, 03 June, 1918.The address was on Pleasant Avenue about one block up from the PortWashington Narrows, on the east side of the street in a small one storystructure. By 1919, we moved to a 24 acre ranch on Phinney Bay four milesnorth of Bremerton. (phone 363-M).' 'This was 'Gladshore' where my parents cultivated gladiolus bulbs and cutflowers to sell at our store in the Dietz Building on Pacific near 4th inBremerton. This was called Gladishore Floral Co. (phone 417)' 'I attended Cascade School in Charleston, grades 1, 2, and 3. MissKalander was Principle and third grade teacher.' 'About 1928, we moved 4 miles south of Bremerton to the old GorstHomestead and lived in the big two story Gorst Residence on Gorst Creek.(phone 1608-W-1) I attended Pleasant Valley School ( 1 room 6 grades, 30students) in the 4th and 5th grades. The twins, Glen and John Jorstad[the TV] sportscaster) were in my class.' ' We attended the Bremerton Baptist Church about 5th and Warren Streets.In 1929, my parents bought the Strand Apartments at 221 Belmont N (now is221 Bemont E) Seattle, (phone Capital 6158). We then moved across thestreet to the corner house, 232 Belmont N. at Thomas St. about 1931. Iattended Cascade Elementary School (Yale, Pontious, Harrison, ThomasStreets) for the 6th, 7th, and 8th grades. Then we moved to 420 18thAve. N. (now E) about 1932. I finished 8th grade and attended BroadwayHigh School from 1932 to 1936 + 1937 Post Graduate.' -signed - Robert David Mehner. A copy of the funeral service program of Robert David Mehner, Sr. isfound in his scrapbook along with photos and snapshots of a small portionof his life. Bob's funeral was at the Carnation Bible Church, 32615 N.E45th Street, Carnation, Washington 98014. The officiant was Pastor SteveFarnworth, Pastor of the Carnation Bible Church. Bob is buried at theCarnation Cemetery, 6400 block, Carnation, Washington on theCarnation-Duval Road N.E. 98014. Bob's father, Albert Hugo Mehner had suffered from heart trouble broughton five years ago when the motor of a boat in which he and a son, Robert,were cruising, failed off Orcas Island. Bob's father rowed through highwaves and darkness for five hours before they reached shelter. His father became an invalid and his mother went into real estate, owningher company on Capital Hill. She (Eva Mae Damon Mehner) was one of thefirst licensed female Realtors in Seattle. Bob was baptized as an infant in the Westminster Presbyterian Church,1729 Harvard street in Seattle, 98122 He graduated from Broadway HighSchool. Bob Mehner and Ruth Coy met while attending a post graduate course atBroadway High School, Seattle, Washington (now Seattle Central CommunityCollege). They were engaged the day before Bob's father, Albert HugoMehner died in 1939. They were married in Ruth's parent's home in a formal ceremony performedby Pastor George L. Lorimer of the Tabernacle Baptist Church (15th Avenueand Harrison Street) in Seattle. Bob enlisted in the U.S. Navy in WWII and worked at the Naval Shipyardsat Bremerton, Washington. Bob and Ruth lived in housing area called WestPark, which was a few miles from the Naval Shipyard. The address was 70Baer Boulevard where Nancy and Robert, Jr. ('Bobby' 'Robin' 'Bud') wereborn. After three years stationed at the Alameda Naval Station, in the Bay areaCalifornia. They lived in an apartment in Berkeley while Bob was atAlameda Naval Station. Bob held the rank of Electronics Technician's Mate First Class. He spentsome time on the USS Buck for the first Naval Reserve Training cruise onthe west coast since the end of the war. When Bob was discharged from the Navy, they moved back to Seattle in theSkyway District, where they lived for 21 years (1947-1968) at 6912 South115th. Bob was employed by the Civil Aviation Authority (later known asthe Federal Aviation Administration or FAA) of the U.S. Government. Hewas a Radar Specialist, often working near Auburn maintaining the AirTraffic Control hardware and also took trips to the Stampede Pass Radarequipment in the Cascade Mountains. Bob and Ruth were members of the Tabernacle Baptist Church of Seattle for10 years and then helped to form the brand new Skyway Baptist Church inSouth Seattle. He was a man of faith and a Deacon of the Church,literally helping to build the church building. (The Skyway BaptistChurch has now merged with the South Center Baptist Church, Tukwila.) He retired in 1968 at age 50, sold their home at 6912 South 115th inSeattle, and purchased the 40 ft. ketch sailboat, the 'Saturna' with thedinghy, 'Saturnina'. Bob was a man with an inquiring mind; he gained hisAmateur Radio Operator's license when he was only 12 years of age, hiscall letters were: W7EVL; he ground and built his own telescope forbackyard observation of the stars; he taught Navigation at HighlineCommunity College, he built his own 24 foot sailboat, the; 'San Sucia',at McChord Air Force Base and surprised his whole family; he builtwonderful wind whirligigs for Camp Gilead, Carnation, Washington, wherehe was in charge of maintenance when he died. Oh yes, and he sailed halfway around the world with Ted Harmon of Bellingham (Ted bought the 65foot teak sailboat in Hong Kong and he and Bob sailed it to Hawaii, thenon to San Diego). Bob and Ruth did a lot of RV-ing in California and Arizona in a verysmall 8' travel trailer. You might say 'They covered the West Coastcamping and relaxing and sight seeing. Then they would moved on and whenthey saw a nice camp ground to say, they stayed for maybe a week beforemoving on, like a couple of vagabonds. After a few years of this, they decided to put some time helping at CampGilead, and ended up volunteering full time at Camp Gilead, a Christiancamp near Carnation, Washington. They lived in a small cottage at theCamp and parked their little trailer for good next to the cottage. At this time (November 17, 2000, Ruth still lives at Camp Gilead in thesame cottage, but has retired from assisting the Camp. Jewel Ruth (Coy) Mehner pass away at 4:05 PM 03 Oct 2001 at the GroupHealth Care Center in Bellevue, WA. and was buried 10 October 2001 at TheCarnation Cemetery, Carnation, Wa. 
Nickname Robert David Mehner Sr. also is known commonly by the nickname of Bob Mehner. 
Birth*He was born on 3 June 1918 in Bremerton, Kitsap County, Washington, U.S.A..1 
He was the son of Albert Hugo Mehner and Eva Mae Damon
Marriage*Robert David Mehner Sr. married Jewel Ruth Coy, daughter of Roy David Coy Sr. and Hazel Ruth Snyder, on 23 March 1940 in Seattle, King County, Washington, U.S.A..1 
Death*Robert David Mehner Sr. died on 27 July 1991 in Group Health Hospital, Bellevue, King County, Washington, U.S.A., at age 73; Unknown GEDCOM info: Heart Failure. 
Burial*He was buried on 29 July 1991 in Carnation Cemetery, Carnation, King County, Washington, U.S.A.

Family

Jewel Ruth Coy b. 3 April 1918, d. 3 October 2001
Child

Citations

  1. [S935] Jean Agnes (Ferguson) Smith, Ennis History (: Privately Published, 1979). Hereinafter cited as Ennis History.
  2. [S957] Bob Mehner & Jewel Coy, "Compiled Records - Bob Mehner & Jewel Coy" (30919 NE Farm Rd, Carnation,WA.). . Hereinafter cited as "Compiled Records - Bob Mehner & Jewel Coy."

Second Child Mehner

F
FatherKarl Gottlieb Mehner b. 11 Jan 1778
MotherChristiane Caroline Hahnel
Last Edited24 Jan 2002
Second Child Mehner was the daughter of Karl Gottlieb Mehner and Christiane Caroline Hahnel

Third Child Mehner

F
FatherKarl Gottlieb Mehner b. 11 Jan 1778
MotherChristiane Caroline Hahnel
Last Edited24 Jan 2002
Third Child Mehner was the daughter of Karl Gottlieb Mehner and Christiane Caroline Hahnel

Warren Paul 'Dimps' Mehner Sr.1

M, b. 23 July 1906, d. 12 February 1966
FatherAlbert Hugo Mehner b. 3 Oct 1877, d. 2 Apr 1939
MotherEva Mae Damon b. 20 Apr 1881, d. 3 Sep 1964
Last Edited18 Mar 2007
Birth*Warren Paul 'Dimps' Mehner Sr. was born on 23 July 1906 in Ellensburg, Kittatas County, Washington, U.S.A..2 
He was the son of Albert Hugo Mehner and Eva Mae Damon
Marriage*Warren Paul 'Dimps' Mehner Sr. married Mildred Fern Jennings, daughter of Jesse Jennings and Dora Mable Ross, on 27 August 1933 in Plymouth Congregational Church, Colfax, Whitman County, Washington, U.S.A..1 
Death*Warren Paul 'Dimps' Mehner Sr. died on 12 February 1966 in Sumner, Pierce County, Washington, U.S.A., at age 59; cause of death was Acute Coronary Occlusion.2 
Burial*He was buried in New Sumner Cemetery, Valley Avenue and 23rd North East Street, Sumner, Pierce County, Washington, U.S.A..1 

Family

Mildred Fern Jennings b. 15 February 1911, d. 10 October 1994

Citations

  1. [S1143] Sharon Rose (Mehner) Thompson, "Sharon Rose (Mehner) Thompson, compiled family records", recipient, Donald R. Coy (Sumner, Washington, U.S.A.). . Hereinafter cited as "Sharon Rose (Mehner) Thompson, compiled records."
  2. [S957] Bob Mehner & Jewel Coy, "Compiled Records - Bob Mehner & Jewel Coy" (30919 NE Farm Rd, Carnation,WA.). . Hereinafter cited as "Compiled Records - Bob Mehner & Jewel Coy."

Timothy Meihew1

M, b. circa 1700, d. circa 1760
ChartsDescendants of John Cory & Agnis Wauker
Last Edited28 Mar 2003
Birth*Timothy Meihew was born circa 1700.1 
Marriage*He married Patience Cory, daughter of Roger Cory, circa 1729.1 
Marriage BannMarriage banns for Timothy Meihew and Patience Cory were published on 29 November 1729 in Tiverton, Newport County, Rhode Island.1 
Death*Timothy Meihew died circa 1760.1 

Family

Patience Cory b. February 1705

Citations

  1. [S2043] Cory Family Society. This site contains genealogies of several early Corey/Cory families., online http://www.coryfamsoc.com. Hereinafter cited as Cory Family Society.

Elizabeth Meill

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Last Edited8 Jan 2002
Marriage*Elizabeth Meill married William Underhay, son of William Underhay, on 24 May 1816 in Eggbuckland, Devonshire, England

Family

William Underhay b. 1797, d. 1862
Child

Phoebe Meisner

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Last Edited16 Apr 2001

Family

James Henry Dickson
Child

Agnes Meisnor

F
Last Edited16 Apr 2001

Family

Alfred Dean

Winnifred Meister

F
Last Edited16 Apr 2001

Family

Emerson E. Redden

Antonina Melia

F
Last Edited16 Apr 2001
Birth*Antonina Melia was born in Sicily
Marriage*She married Vincenzo Milana circa 1770. 

Family

Vincenzo Milana
Child

Abraham Melick

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Last Edited16 Apr 2001

Harland Atkinson Melick1

M, b. 6 June 1910
Last Edited24 Jan 2002
Note*In 1991, Dorothy and Hartland Melick lived in Rothesay, Kings County, NewBrunswick, Canada. They had no children by this marriage. 
Birth*Harland Atkinson Melick was born on 6 June 1910 in Saint John, Saint John County, New Brunswick, Canada.1 

Citations

  1. [S1014] Wayne Gunter, "Gunter Family Heritage File" (Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada). . Hereinafter cited as "Gunter Family Heritage File."

Clarence Elof Melin1

M, b. 2 August 1904, d. 1983
FatherTroed Andrew Pearson b. 1871, d. 13 Sep 1953
MotherEmma Melin b. 1875, d. 4 Aug 1956
Last Edited20 Mar 2011
Note*Clarence Elof Melin was Crook County treasure for two terms, worked foran oil company in Rapid City, South Dakota, for a while then went intobusiness in Hulett, Wyoming. He ran the business until his health failedand he moved to the Long Term Health Care Center in Bell Fourche, SouthDakota, U.S.A. 
Birth*Clarence Elof Melin was born on 2 August 1904 in Lead, Lawrence County, South Dakota, U.S.A..1 
He was the son of Troed Andrew Pearson and Emma Melin
Death*Clarence Elof Melin died in 1983 in Long Term Health Care Center, Belle Fourche, South Dakota, U.S.A..2 
Burial*He was buried in Lot 63, Hulett, Crook County, Wyoming, U.S.A..2 

Citations

  1. [S993] Crook County Historical Society, Pioneers of Crook County 1876-1920 (303 East Sioux, Pierre, South Dakota: State Publishing Company, 1981). Hereinafter cited as Pioneers of Crook County 1876-1920.
  2. [S1034] Hullet Area Senior Citizens, compiler, More Hullett Area Past & Present (Hullett, Ontario: Hullet Area Senior Citizens). Hereinafter cited as More Hullett Area Past & Present.

Emma Melin1

F, b. 1875, d. 4 August 1956
Last Edited12 Mar 2006
Note*Emma Melin was cooking at the Pearson sawmill at Eothen. She had come to Lead, South Dakota, with her husband earlier from Sweden. While working at the mine in Lead, Mr. Merlin became ill and passed away from pneumonia. Troed and Emma were married at Eothen by Justice of the Peace, John Pearson, on 21 March 1906. In 1907 Emma and Troed bought the general store in Hulett from Storm and Youngman, also a new home, both built by 'Cap' Storms. They sold half interest in the store to Roy Bush and change the name to 'Bush and Pearson Store'. In 1908 Sam Sherman had arrived in the Alva area from Langdon, Missouri. On a Sunday shortly after his arrival, in company with another young man, he rode horseback to Hulett. Wishing to treat his friend Sam bought a nickels worth of peanuts at the Pearson store. In Missouri peanuts were ten cents a pound here they were twenty cents. Sam looked at the nickel sack of peanuts and then at Troed and said, 'If I can’t eat all of these will you take part of them back?' In 1917 the store was sold to the Rochdale Company, a cooperative. Pearsons moved to a ranch in the area. Later they returned to Hulett when Troed and Roy again became owners of the Bush and Pearson Store. Pearsons continued the business until Troed passed away on 13 September 1953. His wife and daughter continued the business until Emma passed away on 04August 1956. Troed had been a member of the Masonic Order since 1916 and at one time was a member of the Odd Fellow Lodge. Masonic services were held at his funeral at the Hulett Cemetery. Troed and Emma’s children were; Clarence Elof (Emma’s son by her first marriage) born 2 August 1904: Mildred Olivia, born 15 January 1907; Troed Ivar, born 23 March 1908, Oscar Frederick, born 11 September 1909. Oscar never married and passed away 24 October 1958. Mildred married Arthur Greyville Morgan on 27 September 1948 at Gillette. He was born 12 April 1881 and passed away 10 October 1965 in Sheridan, Wyoming. Mildred continues to live in Sheridan (1981). Ivar married Jessie Mae Oudin on 22 April 1935. They live on the Pearson ranch north of Hullet. They have one daughter, Sharon, born 20 September1936. She is married to Arthur Burdick of Newcastle. They live in Kenai, Alaska, with their two sons Randy, born 14 June 1957 and Ronald ‘Ronnie’, born 7 September 1958. Clarence was Crook County treasurer for two terms, worked for an oil company in Rapid City, South Dakota, for a while then went into business in Hulett, Wyoming. He ran the business until his health failed and he moved to the Long Term Health Care Center in Belle Fourche, South Dakota. This account is listed in the book on page 394 -- Pioneers Of Crook County 1876-1920, by the Crook County Historical Society, Crook County, Wyoming, published by State Publishing Company, 303 East Sioux, Pierre, South Dakota, Copyright 1981. 
Birth*Emma Melin was born in 1875 in Sweden.1 
Marriage*She married Troed Andrew Pearson, son of Ola Pearson and Olivia Trasdon, on 21 March 1906 in Eothen Crook County, Wyoming, U.S.A..1 
Death*Emma Melin died on 4 August 1956 in Hulett, Crook County, Wyoming, U.S.A..1 
Burial*She was buried in Lot 62, Hulett, Crook County, Wyoming, U.S.A..2 

Family

Troed Andrew Pearson b. 1871, d. 13 September 1953
Children

Citations

  1. [S993] Crook County Historical Society, Pioneers of Crook County 1876-1920 (303 East Sioux, Pierre, South Dakota: State Publishing Company, 1981). Hereinafter cited as Pioneers of Crook County 1876-1920.
  2. [S1034] Hullet Area Senior Citizens, compiler, More Hullett Area Past & Present (Hullett, Ontario: Hullet Area Senior Citizens). Hereinafter cited as More Hullett Area Past & Present.

Jean Esther Melitzer1

F, b. 24 August 1928, d. 13 September 1952
FatherNelson James Melitzer b. 24 Nov 1887, d. 20 Aug 1956
MotherAnnie Lillian Gunter b. 1 Feb 1894, d. 11 Jun 1971
Relationship4th cousin of David Arthur Walker
ChartsDescendants of Richard Coye & Lucy Ann Lenten
Descendants of Silas Titus & Jane Newdyke
Last Edited29 May 2001
Birth*Jean Esther Melitzer was born on 24 August 1928.1 
She was the daughter of Nelson James Melitzer and Annie Lillian Gunter
Death*Jean Esther Melitzer died on 13 September 1952 at age 24.1 

Citations

  1. [S202] Lorna Burke, Lorna Burke (P.O. Box 71, 6642 Rte. 8, Ludlow, New Brunswick, Canada).

Nelson James Melitzer1

M, b. 24 November 1887, d. 20 August 1956
ChartsDescendants of Richard Coye & Lucy Ann Lenten
Descendants of Silas Titus & Jane Newdyke
Last Edited24 Jan 2002
Birth*Nelson James Melitzer was born on 24 November 1887.1 
Marriage*He married Annie Lillian Gunter, daughter of Charles Rheuben Gunter and Annie Helen Kilburn, on 13 June 1917.1 
Death*Nelson James Melitzer died on 20 August 1956 at age 68.1 

Family

Annie Lillian Gunter b. 1 February 1894, d. 11 June 1971
Child

Citations

  1. [S202] Lorna Burke, Lorna Burke (P.O. Box 71, 6642 Rte. 8, Ludlow, New Brunswick, Canada).

Catherine Mellish

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Last Edited16 Apr 2001

Family

Lewis Gay Ross
Child

Henry Mellon1

M
Last Edited12 Dec 2002

Citations

  1. [S1615] Punta Gorda Joseph W Pehousek, Descendants of Jones Dyer, Sr. and Hannah 'Herrington' (: self published, October 1999). Hereinafter cited as Descendants of Jones Dyer, Sr. and Hannah 'Herrington.'

Elizabeth Alice Mells

F, b. 1885, d. 24 February 1918
Last Edited16 Apr 2001
Birth*Elizabeth Alice Mells was born in 1885. 
Death*She died on 24 February 1918. 

Family

Leonard Barraclough b. 26 July 1884
Children

Abigail S. Meloon

F, b. 28 May 1872
FatherAndrew Jackson Meloon b. c 1843, d. 13 Mar 1900
MotherElizabeth Ann Olemore b. 7 Dec 1840, d. 5 Jul 1926
Last Edited17 Mar 2007
Birth*Abigail S. Meloon was born on 28 May 1872 in Cutler, Washington County, Maine, U.S.A.
She was the daughter of Andrew Jackson Meloon and Elizabeth Ann Olemore

Alfred M. Meloon

M, b. 9 September 1904, d. 20 September 1981
FatherGeorge Bartlett Meloon b. 20 Mar 1880, d. 5 Jan 1922
MotherJulia Healey b. 19 Jun 1879, d. 31 May 1944
Last Edited16 Apr 2001
Birth*Alfred M. Meloon was born on 9 September 1904 in New Castle, New Hampshire, U.S.A.
He was the son of George Bartlett Meloon and Julia Healey
Marriage*Alfred M. Meloon married Claire Campbell Schurman, daughter of Joseph Leonard Schurman and Annie Badger, on 15 December 1944 in New Castle, New Hampshire, U.S.A.
Death*Alfred M. Meloon died on 20 September 1981 in New Castle, New Hampshire, U.S.A., at age 77. 

Family

Claire Campbell Schurman b. 22 November 1898, d. 23 December 1974

Alice Ernest Meloon

F, b. 11 May 1906, d. 26 July 1951
FatherGeorge Bartlett Meloon b. 20 Mar 1880, d. 5 Jan 1922
MotherJulia Healey b. 19 Jun 1879, d. 31 May 1944
Last Edited16 Apr 2001
Birth*Alice Ernest Meloon was born on 11 May 1906 in New Castle, New Hampshire, U.S.A.
She was the daughter of George Bartlett Meloon and Julia Healey
Death*Alice Ernest Meloon died on 26 July 1951 in Portsmouth, Rockingham County, New Hampshire, U.S.A., at age 45. 

Andrew Jackson Meloon

M, b. circa 1843, d. 13 March 1900
FatherSamuel Meloon b. c 1815
MotherSusan Ackerly b. c 1822
Last Edited17 Mar 2007
Birth*Andrew Jackson Meloon was born circa 1843 in Cutler, Washington County, Maine, U.S.A.
He was the son of Samuel Meloon and Susan Ackerly
Marriage*Andrew Jackson Meloon married Elizabeth Ann Olemore, daughter of Bradford Olemore and Abigail Hopkins, circa 1872. 
Death*Andrew Jackson Meloon died on 13 March 1900 in Cutler, Washington County, Maine, U.S.A.

Family

Elizabeth Ann Olemore b. 7 December 1840, d. 5 July 1926
Children

Arthur Edwin Meloon

M, b. 10 January 1879
FatherAndrew Jackson Meloon b. c 1843, d. 13 Mar 1900
MotherElizabeth Ann Olemore b. 7 Dec 1840, d. 5 Jul 1926
Last Edited17 Mar 2007
Birth*Arthur Edwin Meloon was born on 10 January 1879 in Cutler, Washington County, Maine, U.S.A.
He was the son of Andrew Jackson Meloon and Elizabeth Ann Olemore
Marriage*Arthur Edwin Meloon married ? Ollimore in 1901. 

Family

? Ollimore

Daniel Meloon

M, b. February 1861, d. 13 September 1910
FatherSamuel Meloon b. c 1815
MotherSusan Ackerly b. c 1822
Last Edited15 Mar 2007
Birth*Daniel Meloon was born in February 1861 in Cutler, Washington County, Maine
He was the son of Samuel Meloon and Susan Ackerly
Marriage*Daniel Meloon married Etta W. ? in 1886. 
Death*Daniel Meloon died on 13 September 1910 in Cutler, Washington County, Maine, at age 49. 

Family

Etta W. ?

George Bartlett Meloon

M, b. 20 March 1880, d. 5 January 1922
Last Edited16 Apr 2001
Birth*George Bartlett Meloon was born on 20 March 1880 in New Castle, New Hampshire, U.S.A.
Death*He died on 5 January 1922 in New Castle, New Hampshire, U.S.A., at age 41. 

Family

Julia Healey b. 19 June 1879, d. 31 May 1944
Children

George Everett Meloon

M, b. 18 August 1910, d. 27 April 1990
FatherGeorge Bartlett Meloon b. 20 Mar 1880, d. 5 Jan 1922
MotherJulia Healey b. 19 Jun 1879, d. 31 May 1944
Last Edited17 Mar 2007
Birth*George Everett Meloon was born on 18 August 1910 in Portsmouth, Rockingham County, New Hampshire, U.S.A.
He was the son of George Bartlett Meloon and Julia Healey
Death*George Everett Meloon died on 27 April 1990 in Sun City Center, Florida, U.S.A., at age 79. 

George Washington Meloon

M, b. 25 September 1843, d. 30 May 1917
FatherSamuel Meloon b. c 1815
MotherSusan Ackerly b. c 1822
Last Edited15 Mar 2007
Birth*George Washington Meloon was born on 25 September 1843 in Cutler, Washington County, Maine
He was the son of Samuel Meloon and Susan Ackerly
Marriage*George Washington Meloon married Mary G. Mapes in 1868. 
Death*George Washington Meloon died on 30 May 1917 in Cutler, Washington County, Maine, U.S.A., at age 73. 

Family

Mary G. Mapes

Hattie Idella Meloon

F, b. November 1876, d. July 1925
FatherAndrew Jackson Meloon b. c 1843, d. 13 Mar 1900
MotherElizabeth Ann Olemore b. 7 Dec 1840, d. 5 Jul 1926
Last Edited16 Apr 2001
Birth*Hattie Idella Meloon was born in November 1876 in Cutler, Maine, U.S.A.
She was the daughter of Andrew Jackson Meloon and Elizabeth Ann Olemore
Marriage*Hattie Idella Meloon married Ira Bliss Schurman, son of Oliver Nelson Schurman and Mary Jane Schurman, on 14 December 1901 in Cutler, Maine, U.S.A.
Death*Hattie Idella Meloon died in July 1925 in Cutler, Maine, U.S.A., at age 48. 

Family

Ira Bliss Schurman b. 8 January 1877, d. 19 January 1944
Child

Samuel Meloon

M, b. circa 1815
Last Edited16 Apr 2001
Birth*Samuel Meloon was born circa 1815 in New Hampshire, U.S.A.

Family

Susan Ackerly b. circa 1822
Children