Ella I. Wheeler

F, b. 5 November 1878, d. 4 January 1954
     Ella I. Wheeler was born on 5 November 1878 at Lime Ridge, Sauk, Wisconsin. She was the daughter of Upton G. Wheeler and Leonore F. Shrouds. Ella I. Wheeler married Clifford Edwin Griffin on 26 July 1899 at Sauk, Wisconsin. Ella I. Wheeler died on 4 January 1954 at age 75.
      As of 26 July 1899,her married name was Griffin.
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Clifford Edwin Griffin

M, b. 17 December 1869, d. 23 April 1940
     Clifford Edwin Griffin was born on 17 December 1869 at Wisconsin. He married Ella I. Wheeler, daughter of Upton G. Wheeler and Leonore F. Shrouds, on 26 July 1899 at Sauk, Wisconsin. Clifford Edwin Griffin died on 23 April 1940 at age 70.
      Clifford Edwin Griffin was also known as Cliff.
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William H. Wheeler

M, b. circa 1843, d. 3 November 1863
     William H. Wheeler was born circa 1843 at Maryland. He was the son of Upton G. Wheeler and Eliza Dearholt. William H. Wheeler died on 3 November 1863 at Louisiana; at the battle of Cache Bayou.
     Eliza Dearholt witnessed the migration in 1870 at Wisconsin.
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Martha A. Wheeler

F, b. 31 December 1845, d. 16 February 1935
     Martha A. Wheeler was born on 31 December 1845 at Maryland. She was the daughter of Upton G. Wheeler and Eliza Dearholt. Martha A. Wheeler married William H. Brenizer, son of Adam Brenizer and Jane R. Elliott, in January 1868 at Morrow, Ohio. Martha A. Wheeler died on 16 February 1935 at age 89.
      As of January 1868,her married name was Brenizer. Eliza Dearholt witnessed the migration in 1870 at Wisconsin.
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Children of Martha A. Wheeler and William H. Brenizer

Jane Wheeler

F, b. circa 1834
     Jane Wheeler was born circa 1834 at New York. She was the daughter of Nelson Wheeler and Emiline (?).
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Henry Wheeler

M, b. circa 1837
     Henry Wheeler was born circa 1837 at New York. He was the son of Nelson Wheeler and Emiline (?).
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Alonzo Wheeler

M, b. circa 1844
     Alonzo Wheeler was born circa 1844 at Ohio. He was the son of Nelson Wheeler and Emiline (?).
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Emily Wheeler

F, b. circa February 1850
     Emily Wheeler was born circa February 1850 at Ohio. She was the daughter of Nelson Wheeler and Emiline (?).
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Henry Dearholt

M
     Henry Dearholt married Nancy (?).
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Child of Henry Dearholt and Nancy (?)

Nancy (?)

F
     Nancy (?) married Henry Dearholt.
     Her married name was Dearholt.
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Child of Nancy (?) and Henry Dearholt

Elizabeth Wheeler

F, b. 6 September 1840, d. 9 April 1906
     Elizabeth Wheeler married Hugh H. Brenizer, son of Adam Brenizer and Jane R. Elliott. Elizabeth Wheeler was born on 6 September 1840. She was the daughter of Upton G. Wheeler and Eliza Dearholt. Elizabeth Wheeler died on 9 April 1906 at age 65.
     Her married name was Brenizer. Eliza Dearholt witnessed the migration in 1870 at Wisconsin.
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Child of Elizabeth Wheeler and Hugh H. Brenizer

Hugh H. Brenizer

M, b. 11 December 1836, d. 22 January 1917
     Hugh H. Brenizer married Elizabeth Wheeler, daughter of Upton G. Wheeler and Eliza Dearholt. Hugh H. Brenizer was born on 11 December 1836. He was the son of Adam Brenizer and Jane R. Elliott. Hugh H. Brenizer died on 22 January 1917 at age 80.
      Hugh H. Brenizer was also known as H. H. William H. Brenizer and his wife Martha Wheeler, daughter of Upton and Eliza (Dearholt) Wheeler and his brother, Hugh H. Brenizer and Mr. and Mrs. Upton Wheeler were settlers [in Ironton, Sauk, Wisconsin] of the period of about 1870-71.
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Child of Hugh H. Brenizer and Elizabeth Wheeler

William H. Brenizer

M, b. 29 March 1845, d. 27 September 1939
     William H. Brenizer was born on 29 March 1845 at Morrow, Ohio. He was the son of Adam Brenizer and Jane R. Elliott. William H. Brenizer married Martha A. Wheeler, daughter of Upton G. Wheeler and Eliza Dearholt, in January 1868 at Morrow, Ohio. William H. Brenizer died on 27 September 1939 at age 94.
      William H. Brenizer was also known as William R. WILLIAM H. BRENIZER, farmer, Sec. 28; P.O. Lime Ridge; son of Adam and Jane R. (Elliott) Brenizer; was born in Morrow Co., Ohio, March 29, 1845. Enlisted in July, 1864, in Co. A, 174th Ohio V.I. and served till the close of the war. He was married in Morrow Co., January. 1868, to Martha, daughter of Upton and Eliza Wheeler; she was born in Maryland. Mr. B. and family came to Wisconsin in 1870, and located on Sec. 28, town of Ironton, Sauk Co; have 80 acres of land; they have two children - Ada and Owen; he has been Clerk of is school district on year, and Director three years. Co. A, 174th Reg., Ohio Vol. Inf. William H. Brenizer was also known as W. H. William H. Brenizer and his wife Martha Wheeler, daughter of Upton and Eliza (Dearholt) Wheeler and his brother, Hugh H. Brenizer and Mr. and Mrs. Upton Wheeler were settlers [in Ironton, Sauk, Wisconsin] of the period of about 1870-71.
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Children of William H. Brenizer and Martha A. Wheeler

Emily J. Wheeler

F
     Emily J. Wheeler was the daughter of Upton G. Wheeler and Eliza Dearholt. Emily J. Wheeler died at in infancy.
     Eliza Dearholt witnessed the migration in 1870 at Wisconsin.
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Adam Brenizer

M
     Adam Brenizer married Jane R. Elliott.
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Children of Adam Brenizer and Jane R. Elliott

Jane R. Elliott

F
     Jane R. Elliott married Adam Brenizer.
     Her married name was Brenizer.
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Children of Jane R. Elliott and Adam Brenizer

Ada May Brenizer

F, b. 30 April 1868, d. 2 July 1917
     Ada May Brenizer married C. L. Terry. Ada May Brenizer was born on 30 April 1868. She was the daughter of William H. Brenizer and Martha A. Wheeler. Ada May Brenizer died on 2 July 1917 at age 49.
     Her married name was Terry.
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Child of Ada May Brenizer and C. L. Terry

Owen O. Brenizer

M, b. 19 April 1872, d. 13 December 1897
     Owen O. Brenizer was born on 19 April 1872. He was the son of William H. Brenizer and Martha A. Wheeler. Owen O. Brenizer died on 13 December 1897 at age 25; 25y 7m 24d.
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Dr. Raleigh C. Brenizer

M, b. 4 April 1867, d. 11 October 1912
     Dr. Raleigh C. Brenizer married Bertha B. Settle. Dr. Raleigh C. Brenizer was born on 4 April 1867. He was the son of Hugh H. Brenizer and Elizabeth Wheeler. Dr. Raleigh C. Brenizer died on 11 October 1912 at age 45.
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Bertha B. Settle

F, b. 11 January 1870, d. 19 November 1931
     Bertha B. Settle married Dr. Raleigh C. Brenizer, son of Hugh H. Brenizer and Elizabeth Wheeler. Bertha B. Settle was born on 11 January 1870. She died on 19 November 1931 at age 61.
     Her married name was Brenizer.
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C. L. Terry

M
     C. L. Terry married Ada May Brenizer, daughter of William H. Brenizer and Martha A. Wheeler.
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Child of C. L. Terry and Ada May Brenizer

Emma M. Terry

F, b. 1900, d. 1997
     Emma M. Terry was born in 1900. She was the daughter of C. L. Terry and Ada May Brenizer. Emma M. Terry died in 1997.
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Audrey C. Wheeler

F, b. circa 1923, d. 18 May 1975
     Audrey C. Wheeler was born circa 1923 at Wisconsin. She was the daughter of Ira Joseph Wheeler and Grace Dorow. Audrey C. Wheeler married Reuben F. Meyer, son of Paul Meyer and Lydia Harms, on 4 June 1946. Audrey C. Wheeler died on 18 May 1975.
      As of 4 June 1946,her married name was Meyer.
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Myrtle (?)

F, b. circa 1895
     Myrtle (?) was born circa 1895 at Wisconsin. She married William Upton Wheeler, son of Upton G. Wheeler and Leonore F. Shrouds, circa 1919.
      As of circa 1919,her married name was Wheeler.
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Frieda L. (?)

F, b. circa 1890
     Frieda L. (?) was born circa 1890 at Wisconsin. She married James Edward Jaquish, son of Orlando R. Jaquish and Lucy S. Cass, circa 1909.
      As of circa 1909,her married name was Jaquish. Frieda L. (?) was listed as wife in James Edward Jaquish's household on the 1920 Census at Omak, Okanogan, Washington; living next door to Orlando Jaquish.1
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Children of Frieda L. (?) and James Edward Jaquish

Citations

  1. [S243] U.S. Federal Census 1920 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED95. Dwelling 128.

Ottis Rainer Jaquish

M, b. circa 1911, d. 3 February 2009
     Ottis Rainer Jaquish married Thelma (?). Ottis Rainer Jaquish was born circa 1911 at Wisconsin. He was the son of James Edward Jaquish and Frieda L. (?). Ottis Rainer Jaquish died on 3 February 2009; Ottis Rainer Jaquish, 98, who had lived in the area 83 years, died Feb. 3.
He was born in Wisconsin. During his lifetime he was a shipbuilder, apple farmer, insurance salesman and helped build Grand Coulee Dam. He and his wife, Thelma Rayburn Jaquish, celebrated their 75th wedding anniversary in July of 2008.
Survivors include daughters Jaki Ha of Clackamas, Ore., and Janice Yurdana of West Linn, Ore; sisters Ferne Morgan and Norma Nemeth, both of Gig Harbor; 11 great-grandchildren, and one great-great-grandchild.
     He was listed as a son in James Edward Jaquish's household on the 1920 Census at Omak, Okanogan, Washington; living next door to Orlando Jaquish.1
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Citations

  1. [S243] U.S. Federal Census 1920 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED95. Dwelling 128.

Rollin N. Jaquish

M, b. 26 October 1913, d. 24 March 1984
     Rollin N. Jaquish was born on 26 October 1913 at Washington. He was the son of James Edward Jaquish and Frieda L. (?). Rollin N. Jaquish died on 24 March 1984 at Okanogan, Washington, at age 70.
     He obtained US Social Security Card at Washington; last residence Conconully, Okanogan, Washington. He was listed as a son in James Edward Jaquish's household on the 1920 Census at Omak, Okanogan, Washington; living next door to Orlando Jaquish.1
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Citations

  1. [S243] U.S. Federal Census 1920 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED95. Dwelling 128.

Ethel Ferne Jaquish

F, b. 28 June 1916
     Ethel Ferne Jaquish was born on 28 June 1916 at Washington. She was the daughter of James Edward Jaquish and Frieda L. (?). Ethel Ferne Jaquish married James Russell Morgan on 5 October 1953 at Idaho.
      Ethel Ferne Jaquish was also known as Ferne. She was listed as a daughter in James Edward Jaquish's household on the 1920 Census at Omak, Okanogan, Washington; living next door to Orlando Jaquish.1 As of 5 October 1953,her married name was Morgan.
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Citations

  1. [S243] U.S. Federal Census 1920 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED95. Dwelling 128.

James W. Jaquish

M, b. 30 July 1920, d. 30 June 1993
     James W. Jaquish was born on 30 July 1920 at Washington. He was the son of James Edward Jaquish and Frieda L. (?). James W. Jaquish died on 30 June 1993 at Seattle, Washington, at age 72.
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Norma Jaquish

F, b. 29 October 1926, d. 8 March 2009
     Norma Jaquish married Stephen Nemeth. Norma Jaquish was born on 29 October 1926 at Washington. She was the daughter of James Edward Jaquish and Frieda L. (?). Norma Jaquish died on 8 March 2009 at age 82; Norma (Jaquish) Nemeth passed away peacefully on Sunday, March 8, 2009. She was born October 29, 1926 in Omak, Washington to Edward and Frieda Jaquish.
Norma was preceded in death by her husband Steve, her son, Leslie, her granddaughter Kerry, her parents, and her brothers Ottis, Rollin and James. She is survived by her sister Ferne, her daughters Cathy (Craig) Koppenberg and Julie (Tom) Villani, her son Kevin (Treva). Norma is also survived by five wonderful nieces and nephews, Jacki Harvel, Janice Yurdana, Patty Klepec and Michael and Shane Jaquish. She also had eight grandchildren, Sarah, Matt, Jacob, Carly, Maxx, Josie, Kyle, and Kevney, as well as two great-grand children, Alexis and Raina that loved her very much.
Norma had an older sister, Georgie, who died of polio when she was 14 months old. Her parents were heart-broken and decided to have another child. Norma was that child and she brought happiness to their lives and countless others.
Immediately upon high school graduation she moved to Hollywood to study singing. Music has always been in her heart. During her life she sang with the Roger Wagner Corral, Sweet Adelines and with church choirs until her 80th birthday.
She met her husband Stephen while in Hollywood and the two were married for 48 wonderful years. Shortly after marriage Norma and Steve moved back to Washington, raising a family in Redmond before retiring and relocating to Gig Harbor.
Norma had a special talent for giving. She gave her time and her love to all around her. She volunteered at the Peninsula FISH food bank for 24 years and greeted visitors to her home with this same welcoming hospitality and love.
Family and friends expressed the following thoughts:
“Mom is like the 1st ray of sunlight on a beautiful spring day. You take in a deep breath and it makes you smile all day.”
“She was kind, loving, accepting, gentle person who was a friend to everyone.”
“Norma was a special lady with many gifts but her most important gift turned out to be her greatest strength in the end. Norma was a dedicated Christian.”
“As her pastor for these last 21 years, here is what I would say about Norma: she was always smiling. A big, gracious, warm smile. Even when she was sick; even when she started to slip; even in the last days of her life…”
Her belief gave her the strength to endure both life’s pleasures and pains with a smile. She touched many lives. She will be missed.
     Her married name was Nemeth.
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