Calvin Edward Perisho1,2,3

M, b. July 2, 1889, d. May 30, 1982
     Calvin Edward Perisho was buried at Fairmount Cemetery, 430 South Quebec Street, Denver, Denver Co., Colorado.4 He was born on July 2, 1889 at Edgar Co., Illinois.1,2,5,4 He married Beatrice Evelyn Bouslog, daughter of William D. Bouslog and Jennie Velnettie "Nettie" Pilant, on September 4, 1910 at Edgar Co., Illinois.1,3 Calvin Edward Perisho died on May 30, 1982 at age 92.4

Census Records

1920Dwelling 271, District 46, Grandview Township, Edgar Co., Illinois6
1930Dwelling 229, District 10, Grandview Township, Edgar Co., Illinois7
1940Dwelling 52, District 92-13, Smith, Whitley Co., Indiana8

Occupation

1920Farmer6
1930Farmer7
1940Dairy farmer8

Family

Beatrice Evelyn Bouslog b. December 9, 1887, d. March 13, 1980
Marriage*Calvin Edward Perisho married Beatrice Evelyn Bouslog, daughter of William D. Bouslog and Jennie Velnettie "Nettie" Pilant, on September 4, 1910 at Edgar Co., Illinois.1,3 
Children

Citations

  1. [S1304] Westberg Family tree, online http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:2976240&id=I1084
  2. [S1253] Selective Service System United States, U.S. World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942.
  3. [S2507] Journal Star, From the George D. Perisho obituary in the Aug 1, 2011 edition.
  4. [S2940] Fairmount Cemetery, Denver Co., Co., online http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=cr&GSln=peale&GSfn=rembrandt&GSbyrel=all&GSdyrel=all&GSob=n&GRid=74672873&CRid=57267&df=all&
  5. [S533] National Archives and Records Administration, World War I Selective Service System Draft Registration Cards, 1917-18.
  6. [S119] National Archives and Records Administration, 1920 United States Federal Census.
  7. [S118] National Archives and Records Administration, 1930 United States Federal Census.
  8. [S3353] National Archives and Records Administration, 1940 United States Federal Census.

Martin Owen Perisho1

M, b. September 3, 1911, d. December 11, 1911
FatherCalvin Edward Perisho1 b. July 2, 1889, d. May 30, 1982
MotherBeatrice Evelyn Bouslog1 b. December 9, 1887, d. March 13, 1980
     Martin Owen Perisho was born on September 3, 1911.1 He died on December 11, 1911.1

Ivan Sylvester Baldridge1,2,3

M, b. March 9, 1912, d. May 28, 1973
     His Social Security Number was 332-07-2200.4 Ivan Sylvester Baldridge was buried at Parker Community Cemetery, Parker, La Paz Co., Arizona.3 He was born on March 9, 1912 at Illinois.4,3 He married Mae Louise Perisho, daughter of Calvin Edward Perisho and Beatrice Evelyn Bouslog, on August 30, 1937.1 Ivan Sylvester Baldridge died on May 28, 1973 at Amarillo, Potter Co., Texas, at age 61.1,3

Census Records

1940Dwelling 127, District 10-34, Urbana, Champaign Co., Illinois2

Occupation

1940Butcher2

Family

Mae Louise Perisho
Marriage*Ivan Sylvester Baldridge married Mae Louise Perisho, daughter of Calvin Edward Perisho and Beatrice Evelyn Bouslog, on August 30, 1937.1 
Child
  • Norma J. Baldridge2

Citations

  1. [S1304] Westberg Family tree, online http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:2976240&id=I1084
  2. [S3353] National Archives and Records Administration, 1940 United States Federal Census.
  3. [S3952] Texas Department of State Health Services, Texas, Death Certificates, 1903–1982, From the Ivan Sylvester Baldridge death certificate.
  4. [S9] Unknown subject, unknown file number, SSDI, U.S. Social Security Administrations Death Master File.

George David Perisho1,2

M, b. February 28, 1918, d. July 29, 2011
FatherCalvin Edward Perisho1,2,3,4 b. July 2, 1889, d. May 30, 1982
MotherBeatrice Evelyn Bouslog1,2,3,4 b. December 9, 1887, d. March 13, 1980
     George David Perisho was born on February 28, 1918 at Paris, Edgar Co., Illinois.1,5,4 He married Margaret Elizabeth Wehking on May 25, 1940 at Hoyleton, Washington Co., Illinois.1,4,6 George David Perisho died on July 29, 2011 at Peoria, Peoria Co., Illinois, at age 93.5,4 He PEORIA - George D. Perisho, 93, of Peoria passed away at 11:10 p.m. Friday, July 29, 2011, at Lutheran Hillside Village in Peoria. He was born Feb. 28, 1918, in Paris, Ill., to Calvin Edward and Beatrice Evelyn (Bouslog) Perisho.He married Margaret Elizabeth Wehking on May 25, 1940, in Hoyleton, Ill. Margaret preceded George, passing away on April 26, 2010. They were married for almost 70 years.Surviving are two sisters, Dorothy Haney of Herndon, Va., and Mae Baldridge of Phoenix, Ariz. His sister, Marjorie Miller, preceded him in death. Also surviving are three sons, Ray (Mary Beth) Perisho of Doylestown, Pa., Ron (Kathy) of San Ramon, Calif., and Russ (Caroline) of Poulsbo, Wash; six grandchildren, Mike (Jeremy) Perisho of Stow, Mass., and their children, Bret and Brooke; Deanna (Rick) Hill of Tolland, Conn., and their children, Kaitlyn, Ryan and Keira; David (Nichole) Perisho of Whitefish, Mont., and their son, Blake; Deborah Perisho of Doylestown, Pa; Alysha Perisho of Seattle, Wash; and Nicolle (Adam Yates) Perisho of Indianola, Wash.George grew up on a dairy farm near Paris, Ill. He graduated from the University of Illinois with a degree in dairy science in 1940, and continued as a loyal Illini with season basketball tickets since the 1950s.George was honored to be a Borden Dairy Boy at the 1939 New York World's Fair. He helped care for Elsie the cow and other top-producing dairy cattle milked in a then-futuristic circular milking machine in front of fair visitors.Margaret and George worked as a pair throughout their lives, beginning at the University of Vermont Dairy Farm. Later on a large dairy in Kansas, Margaret was the first woman hired to test cattle for TB. In Rhode Island, George was the herdsman and Margaret the dietician at the state penitentiary and mental hospital near Providence. George spent his life helping farmers use best practices and scientific research (often from the University of Illinois) to better their crops and livestock.In 1948, he began his career as an agriculture extension agent serving in Bond, Ogle and Peoria counties. Later, he worked for the Peoria County Farm Bureau. As an agriculture expert, he wrote a column on gardening and agriculture for the Peoria Journal Star. In 1958, he helped found the Peoria Area Wool Pool, a local cooperative of sheep farmers, to bring higher wool prices.George judged cattle, sheep and wool shows at fairs. He encouraged city and farm interactions. Over 100,000 children enjoyed his sheep shearing demonstrations in the Peoria area schools for over 40 years.Although he started as a dairyman, he was known in Peoria for his expertise in raising sheep. His sheep were often seen in the middle of church and school Christmas displays.George gave dedicated service to his community, being active in the Hanna City Methodist Church for 50 years and serving on the Heart of Illinois Fair Board for 45 years. He was proud of his 60-plus years of perfect attendance and community service through Peoria Kiwanis, which continued to this year. He belonged to the Masonic Lodge in Farmington, IL. George organized activities for rural youth, working tirelessly with 4-H programs, Boy Scouts and other youth groups. George and Margaret loved to travel, visiting family and friends around the country. They were leaders for Rural Route Tours to Australia, Germany, Scandinavia and Alaska. Like many farmers, he could talk about agriculture problems and methods with farmers around the world. Funeral services will be at 11 a.m. Wednesday, Aug. 3, 2011, at Hanna City Methodist Church with the Revs. Bob DeBolt and Joy Schlesselman officiating. Visitation will be from 5 to 7 p.m. Tuesday at Davison-Fulton Woodland Chapel in Peoria and also 30 minutes before services at the church on Wednesday. Memorial donations may be made to his church, Hanna City United Methodist Church; Peoria Kiwanis Foundation; or the Farmington Academic Scholarship Fund. on August 1, 2011.4

Census Records

1920Dwelling 271, District 46, Grandview Township, Edgar Co., Illinois2
1930Dwelling 229, District 10, Grandview Township, Edgar Co., Illinois3

Family

Margaret Elizabeth Wehking b. January 27, 1916, d. April 26, 2010
Marriage*George David Perisho married Margaret Elizabeth Wehking on May 25, 1940 at Hoyleton, Washington Co., Illinois.1,4,6 
Children
  • Ray M. Perisho4,6
  • Ronald J. "Ron" Perisho4,6
  • Russell L. "Russ" Perisho4,6

Citations

  1. [S1304] Westberg Family tree, online http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:2976240&id=I1084
  2. [S119] National Archives and Records Administration, 1920 United States Federal Census.
  3. [S118] National Archives and Records Administration, 1930 United States Federal Census.
  4. [S2507] Journal Star, From the George D. Perisho obituary in the Aug 1, 2011 edition.
  5. [S9] Unknown subject, unknown file number, SSDI, U.S. Social Security Administrations Death Master File.
  6. [S4538] Davison-Fulton Woodland Chapel, online http://www.dignitymemorial.com/davison-fulton-woodland-chapel/en-us/index.page, From the Margaret E. Perisho obituary.

Margaret Elizabeth Wehking1,2

F, b. January 27, 1916, d. April 26, 2010
     Margaret Elizabeth Wehking Peoria – Margaret E. Perisho, 94, of Peoria passed away at 12:25 a.m. Monday, April 26, 2010 at Lutheran Hillside Village in Peoria. She was born Jan. 27, 1916 in Hoyleton, IL to Louis F. and Elizabeth C. (Gerling) Wehking. She married George D. Perisho on May 25, 1940 in Hoyleton, IL. He survives. Margaret passed away one month shy of their 70th Wedding Anniversary. Also surviving are three sons, Ray (Mary Beth) of Doylestown, PA, Ron (Kathy) of San Ramon, CA, Russ (Caroline) of Poulsbo, WA; six grandchildren; Mike (Jeremy) Perisho of Stow, MA and their children, Bret and Brooke; Deanna (Rick) Hill of Tolland, CT and their children, Kaitlyn, Ryan, and Keira; David (Nichole) Perisho of Whitefish, MT, Deborah Perisho of Doylestown, PA, Alysha Perisho of Seattle, WA, and Nicolle (Adam) Yates of Indianola, WA. She was preceded in death by her two brothers, Elmer and Waldo. Margaret grew up on a farm in Southern, IL. She graduated from Blackburn College in Carlinville, IL and from the University of Illinois with a BS in Home Economics. She worked as a Dietetic Intern at a hospital in Indianapolis and as a Dietician at Proctor and Methodist Hospitals in Peoria for many years, retiring in 1975. She had an Income Tax Service at home and did many local farm returns, and was a homemaker for three hungry boys. She was a member of Gems of the Prairie Quilters Guild in Peoria and was honored as quilter of the year. She was an active member of the Peoria Homemakers for many years, an avid Illini Basketball fan, loved to travel and was proud of having visited all 50 states. Many family and friends enjoyed her home made sweet rolls and peanut brittle. She was a member of the Hanna City United Methodist Church and was very active in many church groups and activities. Funeral Services will be at 11 a.m. Thursday, April 29, 2010 at the Hanna City United Methodist Church with Rev. Joy Schlesselman officiating. Visitation will be from 5 to 7 p.m. Wednesday at Davison-Fulton Woodland Chapel in Peoria and also 30 minutes before services at the Church on Thursday. Cremation will be accorded following services. Memorial donations may be made to her church, the American Heart Association or the Alzheimer’s Association.

Now view Margaret's biography written by her granddaughter Nicolle,

MY GRANDMA:

MARGARET ELIZABETH WEHKING PERISHO

Written by Nicolle Perisho, Margaret’s granddaughter,
as an 8th grade class project in 1999

“I have been truly blessed: good health, an opportunity to do things and travel I’d never dreamed of doing; opportunity for an education; and a loving family. God has been good to me.”
-Margaret Perisho


From the fields of her family’s farm in Illinois to hospitals in Vermont and Rhode Island, Margaret’s life and work exemplified her religious beliefs, her love of family and her love of cooking.

On January 27th 1916, Margaret Elizabeth Wehking was born in a wooden frame country home. Her aunt, Lydia, came to visit for the special occasion. Her brothers did not know that they were about to gain a little sister. Margaret was her given birth and baptism name, and Elizabeth was her mother’s name. As she grew up, other girls at her church used to tease her and giggle, purring “meow-gret” to her.

Margaret Perisho lived a life divided by the seasons. During the winter months, she lived in a nearby small town with her aunt and uncle. Her parents’ house was eight miles from town – and the school - and the roads were muddy and wet, particularly in the winter. Education was something her parents greatly valued, and the only way she was going to get one was to stay in town. Her Uncle Henry and Aunt Lydia made this possible by opening their house to her. This was fun for Margaret, as she could play and do things with her cousin, who was one year older than she was.

During the summer, life revolved around the work on her parents’ farm. Margaret, like everyone else, had her jobs to do, starting early in the day. From planting to harvesting, the regular spring, summer and fall cycle of tasks made for a lot of work. Her parents taught Margaret the need for discipline, responsibility and organization at an early age.

Her father, Louis Wehking, was born in 1872 in Hoyleton, Illinois, and spent his life as a farmer. Elizabeth Caroline Wehking, Margaret’s mother, was born in the same small town in southern Illinois, in 1882, and became a seamstress. Both parents were born of newly immigrated German families. There were many German born families in this part of Illinois and in the community.

Margaret had two brothers, Elmer and Sandy. Sandy was ten years older than Margaret. She never saw much of him because he went to a preparatory school and did not live at home. He eventually became a salesman. Elmer, being only six years older than Margaret, saw her more frequently. Margaret recalls that when she was growing up, she and Elmer had a good sister-brother relationship and id not fight much. However, Elmer soon left for college too. Elmer served n the military overseas during World War II in Africa, Southern Europe and Japan. He was not a fighting soldier; he served as a chaplain in the Air Force.

Living on a farm, Margaret Perisho had pets when she was young. They included Dot, Fido, and some farm animals. Dot, the horse, would be ridden to get the mail and run errands. Fido, the dog, was playful, but Margaret never liked her much after he bit her once. She was also able to look after some of the family’s farm animals.

The house young Margaret Elizabeth grew up in was wood house with large rooms and a parlor, which the heat never quite reached. The dining room was the all-purpose family room, and it held the radio. The family radio was a special possession and the time spent listening to it was a period when the family all came together. In the bathroom, water was drawn into the sink or the bath using an old-fashioned hand pump. To get heated water, Margaret had to put water over the fire on the stove in the kitchen and carry the boiled water to the bath or sink. Also, in the house was a storeroom to place things not in use.

At home, Margaret spoke English, but when visiting her grandparents, she had to speak “low” German. “Low’ German is a spoken, not written, language. Many German immigrants used it to communicate with people that did not know English. Even though her grandparents had lived in the states for many years, they kept using the traditional German language.

Growing up in the rural household, Margaret learned to enjoy and cook a variety of foods, including traditional German foods. Hogs were butchered and made into three different kinds of sausages. Traditional cookies were also eaten during holiday time and raisins put in turkey dressing. Margaret’s mother always made sauerkraut. The food that was on the table was everything the Wehkings raised or grew, including vegetables from their garden and fruit from the trees. Bread would be freshly baked every couple of days. Fresh dairy products came from the farm’s cow that was milked once every morning and again every night. This resulted in delicious cottage cheese, milk and butter. Milk was boiled every morning to keep it from spoiling. To keep the butter cold, it was placed down the water well on a rope and plate which, unfortunately, sometimes tipped over. Many times when the going was rough and meat was scarce, eggs and more eggs were eaten. Food played a big part in Margaret’s life, since later she became a dietician at hospitals. A dietician uses knowledge of good nutrition and medical needs to plan and prepare patients’ meals.

Since Margaret’s youth was during the Depression, there was very little money to spend. Margaret had to keep busy without needing spending money. She would spend a lot of her time enjoying Methodist church picnics and Sunday school activities.

Sometimes relatives came to visit during the summer, which was a nice change of recreational activities. Visiting families often meant that here would be girls Margaret’s age that she could play with and talk to. Margaret enjoyed playing with her dolls, Anita and Florence. Anita, a German pisture – meaning china doll – had real hair and was covered in white leather. Margaret received Anita when she was seven. Once when Anita became damaged somehow Margaret was lucky enough to take her to the “doll hospital.” Florence, another doll, was not treasured nearly as much as Anita, since her face peeled after she was once left out in the rain. Margaret could play for hours and hours without end with her dolls and their little table, chairs, and play dishes. Margaret’s favorite recreational activity after dolls was making mud pies. She still remembers gleefully sneaking out tot the hen house to “borrow” an egg to make a real mud pie without her parents’ knowledge. This marked the beginning of Margaret’s love for cooking.

Taking piano lessons was yet another pastime for this Illinois farm girl. After seeing how Margaret enjoyed singing in church, her parents decided to work harder to get some extra money to fund piano lessons for Margaret – eight miles from home. This was a long way in an age when roads were not paved and were frequently too muddy or too snow-covered to travel.

The first school Margaret went to was Elm Point Elementary. The school was a one-room schoolhouse with kids ranging from grade 1 through 8 – all taught by the same teacher. The building is no longer there, but Margaret vividly remembers listening to the teacher and can recall some specific lessons. Walking everyday to school and running around during recess provided plenty of exercise, without a need for a physical education class. Kids of all ages would play baseball in the schoolhouse yard or sneak into an old abandoned house across the street from the school. During lunch all the kids would bring out their lunches in tin boxes.

High school initiated Margaret’s first contact with large numbers of different sorts of kids, a much bigger world. She had fun joining the home economics club, which was considered only for girls.

Margaret’s mother made all the family’s clothes from cotton. Margaret was never allowed to wear slacks. The trend during the 1920s was to wear full skirts, which Margaret loved to wear since they became popular. Margaret did not have any hand-me-downs because clothes on the farm were either worn out or grown out of, and besides, her siblings were boys. Occasionally, she would have to wear her mother’s dresses; she did not like to wear them, so she learned to sew her own clothes or wear the ones her mother made. One dress that stands out in particular was a tangerine-colored dress specially ordered from a catalogue.

The Wehkings would celebrate many holidays. On Christmas the family would go to the grandparents’ home to celebrate. On their traditional second Christmas day, a German tradition, they would visit more relatives and family. Also, birthdays, homecomings, anniversaries and family reunions were important for Margaret while growing up and she continued the tradition.

Once Margaret was old enough to attend college, she applied for and was admitted to Blackburn College. She was a pioneer of sorts in her community because this was still a time when not many women went to college. Her oldest brother helped make it possible for her to go, by raising money at his job, so that she could earn a good education. Blackburn College was available to her because it had work programs that allowed her to earn tuition and board. Margaret studied two years, majoring in nutrition and learning to be a dietician. She lived on campus. She joined the home economics club at college. Once she completed her studies at Blackburn, Margaret went to the University of Illinois where she received a degree. This was followed by an internship at the University of Indiana. Every day she went to school and then worked two and a half hours, since she made meals for the patients in the University Hospital.

At the University of Illinois, Margaret was part of the professional home economics club and student officer groups. On top of classes, she worked six days a week. Each month she worked a different line of a station at a different job; one month at the main kitchen preparing meals, another month at the children’s hospital and so on, since there were many departments in each hospital. While having that job, she was paid $125 a month, which did not include medical insurance, but did include room and board.

One day during her senior year, while at the church center playing ping-pong with some other students, Margaret met a young student, George Perisho. For the remainder of the year, 1937, their friendship grew. They dated until Margaret graduated, while George continued with school for another year. They continued to write and visit each other. One time George even hitchhiked to where Margaret lived in Vermont to see her; he did not have a car.

Once he finished school, George left to go to a job he had with the 1939 World’s Fair in New York City and then moved to Vermont to be near Margaret. The two were married in May 1940.

The newlyweds soon moved into a one-bedroom apartment. Since it was during the Depression, it was hard for Margaret to find a job. George, however, found a low paying job and Margaret ended up spending a lot of time at the library alone. It was a hard time for the newlyweds, since both were used to being in big groups from college, but finally life picked up for Margaret when she obtained a job. She worked in a hospital in Rhode Island planning, preparing and serving meals to 2,500 patients a day.

Margaret and George moved to Kansas, and then returned to Illinois. Moving to Hanna City, a small town in central Illinois, Margaret and George raised three boys and cared for Margaret’s aging father for the last ten years of his life. Ray was the first of three boys. Ten years later Ron was born and then the baby of the family, Russ. The presence of the active children around the home brought an always busy and pleasant life.

Currently Margaret Perisho likes to travel. She has visited Europe, Canada, and nearly every state in the United States. Her favorite place is Colorado. She also likes to quilt. It has been an ongoing passion since the day she picked up a needle and learned to sew. Religion has always been a big part of Margaret’s life beginning with the early days in the Wehking family in Hoyleton. She has always gone to church regularly and will continue to do so.

Margaret Perisho has lived a full and rewarding life. She considers herself blessed every day and has taught her family what is means to have a positive look on life.3 She was born on January 27, 1916 at Hoyleton, Washington Co., Illinois.1,4,3 As of May 25, 1940,her married name was Perisho.1 She married George David Perisho, son of Calvin Edward Perisho and Beatrice Evelyn Bouslog, on May 25, 1940 at Hoyleton, Washington Co., Illinois.1,2,3 Margaret Elizabeth Wehking died on April 26, 2010 at Peoria, Peoria Co., Illinois, at age 94.2,3

Family

George David Perisho b. February 28, 1918, d. July 29, 2011
Marriage*She married George David Perisho, son of Calvin Edward Perisho and Beatrice Evelyn Bouslog, on May 25, 1940 at Hoyleton, Washington Co., Illinois.1,2,3 
Children
  • Ray M. Perisho2,3
  • Ronald J. "Ron" Perisho2,3
  • Russell L. "Russ" Perisho2,3

Citations

  1. [S1304] Westberg Family tree, online http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:2976240&id=I1084
  2. [S2507] Journal Star, From the George D. Perisho obituary in the Aug 1, 2011 edition.
  3. [S4538] Davison-Fulton Woodland Chapel, online http://www.dignitymemorial.com/davison-fulton-woodland-chapel/en-us/index.page, From the Margaret E. Perisho obituary.
  4. [S9] Unknown subject, unknown file number, SSDI, U.S. Social Security Administrations Death Master File.

Alan Jay Perisho1

M, b. October 9, 1921, d. April 1, 1922
FatherCalvin Edward Perisho1 b. July 2, 1889, d. May 30, 1982
MotherBeatrice Evelyn Bouslog1 b. December 9, 1887, d. March 13, 1980
     Alan Jay Perisho was born on October 9, 1921.1 He died on April 1, 1922.1

Joseph F. Haney1

M, b. January 1, 1926, d. July 31, 2007
     Joseph F. Haney Joseph F. Haney of Herndon Va. passed away July 31, 2007 at Reston Hospital. He was born in Indiana, he was a retired wire inspector for Philips Dodge Company. He served our country honorably in the US Army and his memberships include Herndon American Legion & VFW, He was a member of the Masonic Order , the Shriners, and a Worthy Patron of the Eastern Star of Churubusco Indiana. Son of the late Joseph & Martha Miller Haney he is survived by his wife Dorothy, his son Allen & his wife Dianne, his brother Robert & his sister Arlene Diller, also 2 grandchildren Brian & Scott. Visitation will be Sunday August 5, 2007 from 7-9 p.m. at Adams Green Funeral Home 721 Elden St. Herndon Va. Funeral Services will be held Monday August 6, 2007 at 10 a.m. at the Dranesville United Methodist church 1089 Liberty Meeting Court Herndon Va. Burial date is pending. Memorial Donations are being requested to the American Heart Association.1 He was born on January 1, 1926 at Indiana.2 He married Dorothy Maxine Perisho, daughter of Calvin Edward Perisho and Beatrice Evelyn Bouslog, on August 29, 1943.3 Joseph F. Haney died on July 31, 2007 at Reston, Fairfax Co., Virginia, at age 81.2,1

Family

Dorothy Maxine Perisho
Marriage*He married Dorothy Maxine Perisho, daughter of Calvin Edward Perisho and Beatrice Evelyn Bouslog, on August 29, 1943.3 
Children

Citations

  1. [S4539] Adams - Green Funeral Home, online http://adamsgreen.com/, From the Joseph F. Haney obituary.
  2. [S9] Unknown subject, unknown file number, SSDI, U.S. Social Security Administrations Death Master File.
  3. [S1304] Westberg Family tree, online http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:2976240&id=I1084

Helen Kay Haney1

F, b. September 1, 1948, d. September 1, 1948
FatherJoseph F. Haney1 b. January 1, 1926, d. July 31, 2007
MotherDorothy Maxine Perisho1
     Helen Kay Haney died on September 1, 1948.1 She was born on September 1, 1948.1

Beth Ann Haney1

F, b. May 10, 1954, d. May 18, 1954
FatherJoseph F. Haney1 b. January 1, 1926, d. July 31, 2007
MotherDorothy Maxine Perisho1
     Beth Ann Haney was born on May 10, 1954.1 She died on May 18, 1954.1

Marjorie Rose Perisho1

F, b. April 6, 1924, d. March 21, 2006
FatherCalvin Edward Perisho1,2,3,4 b. July 2, 1889, d. May 30, 1982
MotherBeatrice Evelyn Bouslog1,2,3,4 b. December 9, 1887, d. March 13, 1980
     Marjorie Rose Perisho was buried at Phoenix Memorial Park and Mortuary, 200 West Beardsley Road, Phoenix, Maricopa Co., Arizona.5 She was born on April 6, 1924 at Illinois.1,5 As of 1943,her married name was Miller.1 She married Rene Garland Miller in 1943.1,6 Marjorie Rose Perisho died on March 21, 2006 at age 81.5

Census Records

1930Dwelling 229, District 10, Grandview Township, Edgar Co., Illinois2
1940Dwelling 52, District 92-13, Smith, Whitley Co., Indiana3

Family

Rene Garland Miller b. March 7, 1923, d. February 10, 1950
Marriage*Marjorie Rose Perisho married Rene Garland Miller in 1943.1,6 

Citations

  1. [S1304] Westberg Family tree, online http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:2976240&id=I1084
  2. [S118] National Archives and Records Administration, 1930 United States Federal Census.
  3. [S3353] National Archives and Records Administration, 1940 United States Federal Census.
  4. [S2507] Journal Star, From the George D. Perisho obituary in the Aug 1, 2011 edition.
  5. [S4536] Phoenix Memorial Park and Mortuary, Maricopa Co., AZ, online http://www.findagrave.com
  6. [S4537] Lakeview Cemetery, Whitley Co., IN, online http://www.findagrave.com

Rene Garland Miller1,2

M, b. March 7, 1923, d. February 10, 1950
     Rene Garland Miller was buried at Lakeview Cemetery, Larwill, Whitley Co., Indiana.2 He was born on March 7, 1923.1,2 He married Marjorie Rose Perisho, daughter of Calvin Edward Perisho and Beatrice Evelyn Bouslog, in 1943.1,2 Rene Garland Miller died on February 10, 1950 at age 26.1,2

Family

Marjorie Rose Perisho b. April 6, 1924, d. March 21, 2006
Marriage*He married Marjorie Rose Perisho, daughter of Calvin Edward Perisho and Beatrice Evelyn Bouslog, in 1943.1,2 

Citations

  1. [S1304] Westberg Family tree, online http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:2976240&id=I1084
  2. [S4537] Lakeview Cemetery, Whitley Co., IN, online http://www.findagrave.com

Noma Belle Fulton1,2,3,4

F, b. May 12, 1892, d. October 1, 1987
     Her Social Security Number was 327-56-2916.5 Noma Belle Fulton was buried at Franklin Cemetery, Paris, Edgar Co., Illinois.2 She was born on May 12, 1892 at Edgar Co., Illinois.5,1 As of December 18, 1913,her married name was Bouslog.2 She married Charles Rawley "Charley" Bouslog, son of William D. Bouslog and Jennie Velnettie "Nettie" Pilant, on December 18, 1913.1,2,3,6 Noma Belle Fulton died on October 1, 1987 at Edgar Co., Illinois, at age 95.5,2

Census Records

1920Dwelling 54, District 47, Hunter Township, Edgar Co., Illinois7
1940Dwelling 1, District 23-11, Hunter Township, Edgar Co., Illinois8

Family

Charles Rawley "Charley" Bouslog b. August 1, 1889, d. October 9, 1981
Marriage*Noma Belle Fulton married Charles Rawley "Charley" Bouslog, son of William D. Bouslog and Jennie Velnettie "Nettie" Pilant, on December 18, 1913.1,2,3,6 
Children

Citations

  1. [S2946] U.S., Sons of the American Revolution Membership Applications, 1889-1970, online http://search.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=2204&enc=1
  2. [S4540] Perisho 2, online http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/34879558/person/18712925991?ssrc=
  3. [S1115] Tribune-Star, From the Donald Lee Bouslog obituary in the Jan 23, 2011 edition.
  4. [S1115] Tribune-Star, From the Victor D. Bouslog obituary in the Feb 13, 1994 edition.
  5. [S9] Unknown subject, unknown file number, SSDI, U.S. Social Security Administrations Death Master File.
  6. [S2507] Journal Star, From the Nye Fulton Bouslog obituary in the Oct 1, 2011 edition.
  7. [S119] National Archives and Records Administration, 1920 United States Federal Census.
  8. [S3353] National Archives and Records Administration, 1940 United States Federal Census.

Horace Dane Bouslog1,2,3,4

M, b. August 26, 1915, d. January 27, 1993
FatherCharles Rawley "Charley" Bouslog1,4,5,6 b. August 1, 1889, d. October 9, 1981
MotherNoma Belle Fulton1,4,5,6 b. May 12, 1892, d. October 1, 1987
     His Social Security Number was 326-14-9355.7 Horace Dane Bouslog was buried at Franklin Cemetery, Paris, Edgar Co., Illinois.3 He was born on August 26, 1915 at Edgar Co., Illinois.1,7 He died on January 27, 1993 at Edgar Co., Illinois, at age 77.7

Census Records

1920Dwelling 54, District 47, Hunter Township, Edgar Co., Illinois1
1940Dwelling 1, District 23-11, Hunter Township, Edgar Co., Illinois5

Occupation

1940Teacher5

Citations

  1. [S119] National Archives and Records Administration, 1920 United States Federal Census.
  2. [S1104] 1938-1946 Electronic Army Serial Number Merged File, U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946.
  3. [S4540] Perisho 2, online http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/34879558/person/18712925991?ssrc=
  4. [S1115] Tribune-Star, From the Donald Lee Bouslog obituary in the Jan 23, 2011 edition.
  5. [S3353] National Archives and Records Administration, 1940 United States Federal Census.
  6. [S2507] Journal Star, From the Nye Fulton Bouslog obituary in the Oct 1, 2011 edition.
  7. [S9] Unknown subject, unknown file number, SSDI, U.S. Social Security Administrations Death Master File.

Victor D. Bouslog1,2,3,4,5

M, b. July 13, 1917, d. February 11, 1994
FatherCharles Rawley "Charley" Bouslog1,3,4,6,7,5 b. August 1, 1889, d. October 9, 1981
MotherNoma Belle Fulton1,3,4,6,7,5 b. May 12, 1892, d. October 1, 1987
     Victor D. Bouslog was buried at Edgar Cemetery, Paris, Edgar Co., Illinois.5 His Social Security Number was 331-12-0559.8 He was born on July 13, 1917 at Edgar Co., Illinois.8,3,5 He married Lou Anne McComas on June 21, 1942 at Edgar Co., Illinois.3,9,5 Victor D. Bouslog died on February 11, 1994 at Paris, Edgar Co., Illinois, at age 76.8 He PARIS, IL - Victor D. Bouslog, 76, of Paris died at 7:40 a.m. Fri., Feb. 11, 1994, in Paris Community Hospital. He was born Jul 13, 1917, in Edgar County to Charley Riley Bouslog and Noma Belle Fulton Bouslog. His wife, Lou Anne McComas Bouslog died Apr 5, 1989. Survivors include 3 sons, Phil, Lyle, and Keith; 2 brothers, Nye F. and Donald L; and 5 grandchildren. Services are 10 a.m. Tuesday in Stewart & Carroll Funeral Home, with Pastor Lael Dixon officiating. Burial is in Edgar Cem. Visitation is 4 to 8 p.m. Monday on February 13, 1994.5

Census Records

1920Dwelling 54, District 47, Hunter Township, Edgar Co., Illinois1
1940Dwelling 1, District 23-11, Hunter Township, Edgar Co., Illinois6

Occupation

1940Grocery clerk6

Family

Lou Anne McComas b. December 31, 1918, d. April 5, 1989
Marriage*Victor D. Bouslog married Lou Anne McComas on June 21, 1942 at Edgar Co., Illinois.3,9,5 
Children
  • Lyle Eugene Bouslog10,5
  • Philip Ray Bouslog3,5
  • Keith David Bouslog10,5

Citations

  1. [S119] National Archives and Records Administration, 1920 United States Federal Census.
  2. [S1104] 1938-1946 Electronic Army Serial Number Merged File, U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946.
  3. [S2946] U.S., Sons of the American Revolution Membership Applications, 1889-1970, online http://search.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=2204&enc=1
  4. [S1115] Tribune-Star, From the Donald Lee Bouslog obituary in the Jan 23, 2011 edition.
  5. [S1115] Tribune-Star, From the Victor D. Bouslog obituary in the Feb 13, 1994 edition.
  6. [S3353] National Archives and Records Administration, 1940 United States Federal Census.
  7. [S2507] Journal Star, From the Nye Fulton Bouslog obituary in the Oct 1, 2011 edition.
  8. [S9] Unknown subject, unknown file number, SSDI, U.S. Social Security Administrations Death Master File.
  9. [S4540] Perisho 2, online http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/34879558/person/18712925991?ssrc=
  10. [S4542] Sullivan Daily Times, From the Lou Anne Bouslog obituary in an unknown edition.

Lacy Faye Johnson1

F, b. August, 1898
     Lacy Faye Johnson was born in August, 1898 at Scottland, Edgar Co., Illinois.1 As of August 30, 1917,her married name was Bouslog.1 She married Levi Scott Bouslog, son of William D. Bouslog and Jennie Velnettie "Nettie" Pilant, on August 30, 1917 at Paris, Edgar Co., Illinois.1

Census Records

1920Dwelling 106, District 43, Edgar Township, Edgar Co., Illinois2
1930Dwelling 109, District 429, Chicago, Cook Co., Illinois3
1940Dwelling 365, District 103-698, Chicago, Cook Co., Illinois4

Family

Levi Scott Bouslog b. July 5, 1896
Marriage*Lacy Faye Johnson married Levi Scott Bouslog, son of William D. Bouslog and Jennie Velnettie "Nettie" Pilant, on August 30, 1917 at Paris, Edgar Co., Illinois.1 
Children

Citations

  1. [S1304] Westberg Family tree, online http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:2976240&id=I1084
  2. [S119] National Archives and Records Administration, 1920 United States Federal Census.
  3. [S118] National Archives and Records Administration, 1930 United States Federal Census.
  4. [S3353] National Archives and Records Administration, 1940 United States Federal Census.

Gerald Lucern Bouslog1

M, b. April 8, 1919, d. September 4, 1995
FatherLevi Scott Bouslog1,2,3,4 b. July 5, 1896
MotherLacy Faye Johnson1,2,3,4 b. August, 1898
     His Social Security Number was 354-01-6743.5 Gerald Lucern Bouslog married Edith Julia Weese.1 Gerald Lucern Bouslog was born on April 8, 1919 at Paris, Edgar Co., Illinois.1,5 He died on September 4, 1995 at Dolton, Cook Co., Illinois, at age 76.1,5

Census Records

1920Dwelling 106, District 43, Edgar Township, Edgar Co., Illinois2
1930Dwelling 109, District 429, Chicago, Cook Co., Illinois3
1940Dwelling 365, District 103-698, Chicago, Cook Co., Illinois4

Occupation

1940Steel mills machinist helper4

Family

Edith Julia Weese b. May 12, 1921, d. August 23, 2005
Marriage*Gerald Lucern Bouslog married Edith Julia Weese.1 

Citations

  1. [S1304] Westberg Family tree, online http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:2976240&id=I1084
  2. [S119] National Archives and Records Administration, 1920 United States Federal Census.
  3. [S118] National Archives and Records Administration, 1930 United States Federal Census.
  4. [S3353] National Archives and Records Administration, 1940 United States Federal Census.
  5. [S9] Unknown subject, unknown file number, SSDI, U.S. Social Security Administrations Death Master File.

Edith Julia Weese1,2

F, b. May 12, 1921, d. August 23, 2005
     Her Social Security Number was 322-16-9287.3 Her married name was Bouslog.1 Edith Julia Weese married Gerald Lucern Bouslog, son of Levi Scott Bouslog and Lacy Faye Johnson.1 Edith Julia Weese was born on May 12, 1921 at Chicago, Cook Co., Illinois.3,2 She died on August 23, 2005 at age 84.3

Family

Gerald Lucern Bouslog b. April 8, 1919, d. September 4, 1995
Marriage*She married Gerald Lucern Bouslog, son of Levi Scott Bouslog and Lacy Faye Johnson.1 

Citations

  1. [S1304] Westberg Family tree, online http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:2976240&id=I1084
  2. [S5223] Social Security Administration, U.S., Social Security Applications and Claims Index, 1936-2007.
  3. [S9] Unknown subject, unknown file number, SSDI, U.S. Social Security Administrations Death Master File.

Beverly Johann Bouslog1,2,3

F, b. April 22, 1928, d. June 5, 2005
FatherLevi Scott Bouslog1,2,4 b. July 5, 1896
MotherLacy Faye Johnson1,2,4 b. August, 1898
     Her married name was Milmine.3 Her married name was Sirios.3 Beverly Johann Bouslog married Russell Sirios.3 Beverly Johann Bouslog married Alexander "Alex" Milmine.3,5 Beverly Johann Bouslog was born on April 22, 1928 at Illinois.2,6 She died on June 5, 2005 at Midland, Midland Co., Texas, at age 77.6

Census Records

1930Dwelling 109, District 429, Chicago, Cook Co., Illinois2
1940Dwelling 365, District 103-698, Chicago, Cook Co., Illinois4

Family 1

Alexander "Alex" Milmine b. May 28, 1924, d. September 27, 2010
Marriage*Beverly Johann Bouslog married Alexander "Alex" Milmine.3,5 

Family 2

Russell Sirios
Marriage*Beverly Johann Bouslog married Russell Sirios.3 
Child

Citations

  1. [S1304] Westberg Family tree, online http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:2976240&id=I1084
  2. [S118] National Archives and Records Administration, 1930 United States Federal Census.
  3. [S4543] Milmine Family Tree, online http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/40072450/person/19450658170
  4. [S3353] National Archives and Records Administration, 1940 United States Federal Census.
  5. [S4544] Midland Reporter-Telegram, From the Sherrie Michelle Carpenter obituary in the Jun 2, 2009 edition.
  6. [S9] Unknown subject, unknown file number, SSDI, U.S. Social Security Administrations Death Master File.

Gayle Gifford Bouslog1

M, b. circa 1922, d. November 2, 1948
FatherLevi Scott Bouslog1,2,3 b. July 5, 1896
MotherLacy Faye Johnson1,2,3 b. August, 1898
     Gayle Gifford Bouslog was born circa 1922 at Illinois.2 He married Unknown Thomas on November 15, 1946. Gayle Gifford Bouslog died on November 2, 1948.

Census Records

1930Dwelling 109, District 429, Chicago, Cook Co., Illinois2
1940Dwelling 365, District 103-698, Chicago, Cook Co., Illinois3

Occupation

1940Farm laborer3

Family

Unknown Thomas
Marriage*Gayle Gifford Bouslog married Unknown Thomas on November 15, 1946. 

Citations

  1. [S1304] Westberg Family tree, online http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:2976240&id=I1084
  2. [S118] National Archives and Records Administration, 1930 United States Federal Census.
  3. [S3353] National Archives and Records Administration, 1940 United States Federal Census.

Patricia Ann "Patty" Hambrick1

F, b. August 16, 1950, d. September 8, 2003
FatherRichard Andrew "Dick" Hambrick1 b. September 13, 1923, d. July 26, 1999
MotherViolet Marcella Conner1 b. April 16, 1929, d. August 19, 2006
     Her Social Security Number was 225-80-1959.2 Her married name was Snow.1 Patricia Ann "Patty" Hambrick married Unknown Snow.1 Patricia Ann "Patty" Hambrick was born on August 16, 1950.2 She died on September 8, 2003 at Alabama at age 53.2

Family

Unknown Snow
Marriage*She married Unknown Snow.1 
Children
  • Shawn Snow1
  • Rhonda Snow1
  • Kevin Snow1

Citations

  1. [S102] Roanoke Times, From the Violet C. Hambrick obituary in the Aug 21, 2006 edition.
  2. [S9] Unknown subject, unknown file number, SSDI, U.S. Social Security Administrations Death Master File.

Millard Filmore Jones1,2,3

M, b. April, 1861, d. September 14, 1935
FatherJoshua Jones4,5,6,3 b. December 1, 1830, d. January 20, 1916
MotherLetitia C. Poff4,5,6 b. December, 1840
     Millard Filmore Jones was born in April, 1861 at Kentucky.7 He married Emma Frances Newman on February 28, 1884 at Lee Co., Kentucky.7 Millard Filmore Jones died on September 14, 1935 at Hazard, Perry Co., Kentucky, at age 74.3

Census Records

1870Dwelling 71, Proctor, Lee Co., Kentucky5
1880Dwelling 261, District 60, District 5, Lee Co., Kentucky6
1900Dwelling 109, District 52, Sturgeon, Lee Co., Kentucky7
1910Dwelling 145, District 169, Buck Creek, Owsley Co., Kentucky1
1920Dwelling 32, District 118, Heidelberg, Lee Co., Kentucky2
1930Dwelling 227, District 4, La Grange, Oldham Co., KentuckyEnumerated in the household of his son-in-law Earnest Webster8

Occupation

1880Farm worker6
1900Farmer7

Family

Emma Frances Newman b. January, 1865, d. March 8, 1949
Marriage*Millard Filmore Jones married Emma Frances Newman on February 28, 1884 at Lee Co., Kentucky.7 
Children

Citations

  1. [S205] National Archives and Records Administration, 1910 United States Federal Census.
  2. [S119] National Archives and Records Administration, 1920 United States Federal Census.
  3. [S1590] Entucky Department for Libraries and Archives, Kentucky Death Records, 1852-1964, From the Millard Jones death certificate.
  4. [S1249] Chuck Farmer, "Family of Joshua Jones," e-mail to Scott Schaffer, Jun 18, 2006.
  5. [S166] National Archives and Records Administration, 1870 United States Federal Census.
  6. [S109] National Archives and Records Administration, 1880 United States Federal Census.
  7. [S132] National Archives and Records Administration, 1900 United States Federal Census.
  8. [S118] National Archives and Records Administration, 1930 United States Federal Census.

Emma Frances Newman1

F, b. January, 1865, d. March 8, 1949
     Emma Frances Newman was born in January, 1865 at Kentucky.1 As of February 28, 1884,her married name was Jones.1 She married Millard Filmore Jones, son of Joshua Jones and Letitia C. Poff, on February 28, 1884 at Lee Co., Kentucky.1 Emma Frances Newman died on March 8, 1949 at Butler Co., Ohio, at age 84.2

Census Records

1900Dwelling 109, District 52, Sturgeon, Lee Co., Kentucky1
1910Dwelling 145, District 169, Buck Creek, Owsley Co., Kentucky3
1920Dwelling 32, District 118, Heidelberg, Lee Co., Kentucky4
1930Dwelling 227, District 4, La Grange, Oldham Co., KentuckyEnumerated in the household of her son-in-law Earnest Webster5
1940Dwelling 206, District 93-4, La Grange, Oldham Co., Kentucky6

Family

Millard Filmore Jones b. April, 1861, d. September 14, 1935
Marriage*Emma Frances Newman married Millard Filmore Jones, son of Joshua Jones and Letitia C. Poff, on February 28, 1884 at Lee Co., Kentucky.1 
Children

Citations

  1. [S132] National Archives and Records Administration, 1900 United States Federal Census.
  2. [S857] Ohio Department of Health, Ohio Deaths, 1908-1932, 1938-2018.
  3. [S205] National Archives and Records Administration, 1910 United States Federal Census.
  4. [S119] National Archives and Records Administration, 1920 United States Federal Census.
  5. [S118] National Archives and Records Administration, 1930 United States Federal Census.
  6. [S3353] National Archives and Records Administration, 1940 United States Federal Census.