1751. “Kentucky, Death Records, 1911-1955,” Bernice Lee Vinson, 1943, Hopkinsville, Christian County, KY, USA, microfilm, Reference ID: 8055-GS Film number: 1913444,
1752. “Anna Eliza Fountain Hotchkiss,” Find-A-Grave,, 36580124.
1753. “Frederick Spencer Hotchkiss,” Find-A-Grave,, 36580115.
1754. “Mamie E Lusk,” Find-A-Grave,, 36580128.
1755. “Joshua Fountain,” Find-A-Grave,, 36579882.
1756. “Prudence Fountain,” Find-A-Grave,, 36579863.
1757. World War I, 1918, California, 2556, Lyons, William Albert, “World War I Selective Service System Draft Registration Cards,” September 12, 1918, Napa, Napa County, CA, USA, Affiliate Publication Number: M1509-GS Film number: 1531206-Digital Folder Number: 005240949-Image Number: 01698,
The birth date says June 24, 1897 and his age is 20. Both cannot be correct (card completed on September 12, 1918).
File: WilliamAlbertLyons_WWI_DraftCard
1758. “William Albert “Bill” Lyons,” Find-A-Grave,, 84183266.
1759. “William M Lyons,” Find-A-Grave,, 84183397.
1760. “United States Census,” 1940, CA, Los Angeles, South Gate, San Antonio Judicial Township, 4B, 18, 19-593, T627, 247, Bureau of the Census, US Dept. of Commerce, United States of America, April 5, 1940, Claude R Berry.
File: 1940 CA Los Angeles County South Gate p4B
1761. “United States Census: 1930,” Bureau of the Census, US Dept. of Commerce, United States of America, 1930, CA, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, District 136, 19A, 18, T626, 138.
1762. “Obituary,” Mary M Sherven, The Leader-Post, Regina, SK, Canada, October 29, 2009.
Mary M. Sherven July 5, 1928 Our much loved mother, grandmother, sister, aunt and friend to so many passed away peacefully at her home in Saskatoon on Monday, October 26th. Mary is survived by her children, son Dan (Terri) and their family, Nathan (Rhiannon), Rod (Jolene), Danny and Mitchell, son Michael (Sharon) and their family, Krista, Scott, Taylor and Garth, daughter Maureen (Walter) Smith and their family, Jamie, Riki and Kacy, son Bill (Shauna) and their family, Justin, Jennelle, Kaitlin and Meghan, son Scott (MJ) and their family, Erika, Alex and Rachel, son Gord (Donna) and their family, Ben, Michaela and Jenna; great grandchildren Kelsey, Adonica and Kaitlin; brothers Gordon (Kay) Hayes and Jack (Claire) Hayes, sisterin-law Maxine (Norm) Geirl and brothers-inlaw Jim and Bill Sherven and all of Mom's wonderful nieces and nephews. She is predeceased by her husband Dr. G.R. Sherven, parents Dan and Margaret Hayes and sister-in-laws Donnie McNaulty and Lorraine Rodgers. Mary was born in 1928 in Moose Jaw; she attended grade school at Aiktow near Lake Diefenbaker and graduated from high school in Moose Jaw. She graduated as a registered nurse from Providence Hospital in 1950. As a young graduate she worked as a public health nurse in the Moose Jaw area. After her marriage to Dad she worked in the Gravelbourg, Kincaid and Mankota hospitals until her retirement in 1999. As a nurse Mom showed her compassion by caring for both patients and their families. Over the years friends and strangers alike would tell us how much Mom had helped them during hospitals stays. It made us proud. As the veterinary assistant Mom played an integral role in coordinating Dad's day which could see him in Coderre in the morning, Bateman at noon and possibly Glentworth or Fir Mountain later in the day. Mom earned the respect of many farmers/ ranchers as she worked with them. As an accomplished athlete herself, Mom passed on the love of sport to all of us. She valued the life lessons learned through sport. She encouraged competition, loyalty, and most of all to strive to maintain positive relationships. Mom was so proud of her Irish Heritage, and being Irish she treasured every friend and had a remarkable ability to keep them for life. Mom was fortunate enough to travel to Ireland with her brothers and cousin Murray to maintain our family ties. She has encouraged us to do the same. Although Mom accomplished a great deal in her life it was family that meant the most to her. Her most important role was that of a mother and grandmother. She was always there to share her wisdom with her 6 children, 21 grandchildren and 3 great-grandchildren. Our thanks to the Saskatoon Health Region for the wonderful care mom received and a special thank you to Agnes and Pat for their compassion. Words cannot express our families' gratitude to all of Mom's tremendous friends who stopped in, sent cards, phoned and continually let her know that she was loved. To those who spent time with Mom and shared in the care giving over the past year we say, One can only hope to earn these types of friends over a lifetime. We are so grateful for mother Mary. The Funeral Service will be held on Saturday, October 31, 2009 @ 2:00 pm at St. Albert's R.C. Church, Mankota. Internment at Rosedale Cemetery, Moose Jaw Memorial tributes in Mary's memory may be made to the Mankota and District Health Auxiliary.
1764. “Saskatchewan Cemeteries Project, Rosedale Cemetery, Moose Jaw,”
1765. “Arthur C Griffing,” Find-A-Grave,, 108427956.
1766. “Jennie M Griffing,” Find-A-Grave,, 108427916.
1767. “George Lewis McMillen,” Find-A-Grave,, 8758427.
1768. “Elizabeth Reichert McMillen,” Find-A-Grave,, 115538488.
1769. “Margaret McMillen Koepplin,” Find-A-Grave,, 21179942.
1770. Margaret Koepplin, “Montana, Death Index, 1860-2007,” July 29, 1973, Beaverhead County, MT,
1771. “Seeks Divorce,” George Lewis McMillen and Elizabeth McMillen, Billings Gazette, Billings, Yellowstone County, MT, September 4, 1938, 5.
Seeks Divorce

George Lewis McMillen seeks a divorce from Elizabeth McMillen in a complaint filed in district court Saturday. He claims desertion. The couple was married in Billings on March 27, 1938.
1772. Fred Webb, August 16, 2013.
George's accident was in Chowchilla where Rd 13 crosses Highway 152.  He apparently was pre-occupied or didn't look but he had crossed the road where the cars approach from the left and proceeded across the divided highway to where the cars were approaching from the right and pulled directly into the path of a car coming at highway speed.  George was not wearing a seat belt, in fact, he bragged that he never did. He was thrown across the pickup he was driving and his head hit the bottom of the window on the right side of the pickup.

He was taken to Fresno to Fresno Community Regional Medical Center if I recall correctly. As you say, George never regained consciousness, however, my mother who spent every day with him, believed that he squeezed her hand one time in recognition. George lived for some time on life support. My sister, Verda, came from Fremont and spent most of the time with Mom taking her to Fresno every day to see George.  On a few occasions, I took a few days off from my work in Watsonville to take Mom to Fresno.  At times, my brother, Jack would take Mom down. After about a month when there was no visible activity of the brain waves, the decision was made to disconnect life support and only provide a cannula for oxygen.  Pricking his feet elicited no response.  The only reflex that could be obtained was if one moved his arm rapidly, there would be some resistance.  Otherwise, one could move his arm slowly at will without any resistance.  George continue on gasping for every breath for 2 more weeks.  He had a strong heart.  Once when I was visiting with Mom in the hospital, his fingertips began turning blue.  The blueness slowly  crept up his hands and arms to about the elbow.  We thought that was the last. Then the blueness receded slowly and his fingers returned to their normal pink condition.  Mom was determined to be with George when he died. On the last day, it seemed that death was imminent.  My brother, Jack, was the one who took Mom to Fresno that day. About 5 pm, he insisted that they should go home.  Mom wanted to stay because George seemed so low.  They went home.  I think Jack, who had been an EMT, knew he was dying and did not want to be there when it happened.  By the time they arrived back in Chowchilla, there was a phone call from the hospital that George had expired. Mom always felt guilty that she was not there when he breathed his last. George's brain stem had been badly bruised in the crash.

The police report claimed that there was alcohol in George's blood. That was absolutely not true.  George did not drink. He had left home after breakfast and was on his way to work. The blood test was taken after George had been in the hospital for several hours.  IF there was any alcohol in his blood, it was administered after his arrival in the hospital.

George is buried in the Plainsburg Cemetery beside my mother, Mable Elizabeth Larson Webb McMillan.  My dad is buried beside her also.

George had just received a letter requesting money to bury one of his children by his estranged wife.  The daughter had never wanted to have contact with George for many years and George determined that since she did not want to see him in life, why should he be involved in her burial.  He had written a letter to that effect and mailed it on the way to work that morning. 

George was a tractor driver for Bright's Nursery near Planada, CA. He was crossing highway 152 on Rd. 13 when the accident occurred.  To my knowledge, He was the only fatality in the accident.
1773. “Michael G Day,” Find-A-Grave,, 85864883.
1774. “Obituaries,” Roy Eugene McMillen, Casper Star-Tribune, Casper, Wyoming, June 7, 2008,
Funeral services for Evansville resident Roy Eugene McMillen, 67, will be held at 10 a.m. Tuesday, June 10, 2008 at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Missouri Street Chapel.

He died June 4, 2008, at Wyoming Medical Center.

He was born August 15, 1940, in Helena, Montana, the son of George and Lola McMillen. He attended schools in Greybull.

On February 25, 1972, he married Linda Joyce (Christopherson) Dixon in Casper.

He was employed at Judd Tire for 30 years.

He loved to play the harmonica, listen to the police scanner, and draw cabins with scenery.

He was a volunteer fireman and emergency medical technician for the Town of Evansville for numerous years. He also worked for the Natrona County Sheriff's Deparment.

Survivors include his wife of 36 years; four daughters, Kay Ann Crandy, Tracy Hovland, Crystal Lybbert, and Natalie Rollins, all of Casper; one son, Dustin Dixon of Casper; three brothers; four sisters; numerous grandchildren and great-gradchildre; and many nieces and nephews.

He was preceded in death by his parents; a son, Roy Eugene Jr.; two sisters; and a brother.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be sent to Natalie Rollins, Reliant Federal Credit Union, 900 Werner Court, Casper, WY 82601.
1775. “Obituaries,” Betty Starr,, May 10, 2014,
Betty Jean McMillen was born on November 21, 1946 in Wyoming, one of eight children born to George and Lola (Randall) McMillen. She was a graduate of Greybull, Wyoming high school.
On May 21, 1968, she married Steve Starr. They made their home in Greybull and raised their family.
Betty was a member of the Baptist Church. She loved crafting. Betty made blankets for all of her grandchildren using an old treadle machine. They all appreciate the time she made to hand make all of the many crafts and gifts she did for her family.
Betty died at the Sheyenne Care Center in Valley City, ND on May 9, 2013. She is survived by her daughters, Sherry (Kraig) Kumlin of Valley City and Stephanie Starr of Mandan, ND; 18 grandchildren; 4 great grandchildren; brothers, Richard (Mark) McMillen, Ray McMillen, and Lewis (Louise) McMillen all of Basin, WY; sisters, Julia (Dan) Volz and Rose (Gary Spomer) Parent both of Cheyenne, WY; and several nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by her parents; husband; granddaughter, Kayla Starr; sister, Louise Day; and brother, Roy McMillen.
The funeral service for Betty Jean Starr, 66, Valley City, ND, will be 11:00 a.m. Thursday, May 16, 2013 at the Oliver-Nathan Funeral Chapel, Valley City. Burial will be at the ND Veteran’s Cemetery, Mandan, ND at 3:00, Thursday. Rev. James Black will officiate.
Visitation will be held an hour prior to the service at the chapel on Thursday.
Funeral arrangements have been entrusted to Oliver-Nathan Funeral Chapel, Valley City.
1776. “Tennessee M Bartlett Smith,” Find-A-Grave,, 15880381.
1777. “William F Smith,” Find-A-Grave,, 15880368.
1778. William Terry and Nancy Gooch, “North Carolina, County Marriages, 1762-1979,” February 11, 1793, Granville, NC, USA, GS Film number: 001758775-Digital Folder Number: 004364809-Image Number: 00051,
File: WilliamTerryNancyGoochMarriageCert
1779. James Terry and Mary Gooch, “North Carolina, County Marriages, 1762-1979,” January 3, 1792, Granville, NC, USA, GS Film number: 001758775-Digital Folder Number: 004364809-Image Number: 00051,
File: WilliamTerryNancyGoochMarriageCert
1780. “Jack Hardesty,” Find-A-Grave,, 37955990.
1781. “United States Census: 1940,” Bureau of the Census, US Dept. of Commerce, United States of America, 1940, CA, Madera, Township 02, Inez B Morgan, 13B, 9, 20-4, T627, 260.
File: 1940 CA Madera County Township 02 p13B
1782. “United States Census: 1930,” Bureau of the Census, US Dept. of Commerce, United States of America, 1930, OK, Caddo, Fern, 19A, 18, T626, 1894, 284.
File: 1930 OK Caddo County Fern p2A
1783. Pershing Walker and Kitty Conley, “Oklahoma, County Marriages, 1891-1959,” June 18, 1937, Carter County, OK, USA, GS Film number: 2295523-Digital Folder Number: 004533077-Image Number: 00529,
File: PershingWalkerKittyConleyMarriageLic
1784. “United States Census: 1920,” Bureau of the Census, US Dept. of Commerce, United States of America, 1920, OK, Kiowa, Hobart, Ward 01, January 10, 1920, Marion T Longfellow, 6B, 7, 130, T625, 1467, 235, 479.
File: 1920 OK Kiowa County Hobart Ward 1 p6B
1785. “Pershing A Walker,” Find-A-Grave,, 95574443.
1786. “Kitty V Walker,” Find-A-Grave,, 95574461.
1787. “Finis Walker,” Find-A-Grave,, 24475081.
1788. “Juanita Walker,” Find-A-Grave,, 43827550.
1789. “Obituary,” Finis Ewell Walker, Fresno Bee, Fresno, Fresno County, CA, November 17, 1999.
WALKER, FINIS EWELL,Memorial services for Finis Ewell Walker, 79, of Chowchilla will be held at 3 p.m. Saturday at Seventh-day Adventist Church. Mr. Walker, a farmer, died Monday. Visitation will be from 4 to 7 p.m. Thursday at Worden Funeral Chapel.
1790. Claude Ervin Couillard, “Wisconsin, Births and Christenings, 1826-1926,” February 21, 1905, Middle Inlet, Marinette County, WI, USA, Indexing Project (Batch) Number: C00319-7-System Origin: Wisconsin-EASy-GS Film number: 1305091-Reference ID: 1346,
1791. “Claude Couillard,” Find-A-Grave,, 100529688.
1792. “Fern Couillard,” Find-A-Grave,, 100529665.
1793. “Evi Couillard,” Find-A-Grave,, 100529644.
1794. “Amy Couillard,” Find-A-Grave,, 100529381.
1795. Amy Couillard, “Minnesota, Deaths and Burials, 1835-1990,” July 24, 1935, Moose Lake, Carlton County, MN, USA, Indexing Project (Batch) Number: I09884-9-System Origin: Minnesota-EASy-GS Film number: 2242360-Reference ID: Item 1 cn 1888,
1796. World War I, 1918, Minnesota, 1838, Couillard, Evi Cleveland, “World War I Selective Service System Draft Registration Cards,” September 12, 1918, Carlton County, MN, USA, Affiliate Publication Title: World War I Selective Service System Draft Registration Cards-Affiliate Publication Number: M1509-GS Film number: 1675385-Digital Folder Number: 005252614-Image Number: 00662,
The birth date says June 24, 1897 and his age is 20. Both cannot be correct (card completed on September 12, 1918).
File: EviCouillardDraftCard_WWI
1797. Hillary, “Sisson Family of New Brunswick and Roe Family of Nova Scotia, Plus Related Families,”, December 8, 2014.
1798. “Martin Watson,” Find-A-Grave,, 7133233.
1799. “Martha Ann Martin Watson,” Find-A-Grave,, 7133244.
1800. “Clara Watson Barton,” Find-A-Grave,, 87309065.
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