Bernhard Teichgraeber is now sole proprietor of the City Mill and Elevator Company at Emporia. Any institution whose wheels have been turning and whose machinery had been grinding out a useful product for daily consumption during a period of thirty years or more had more than ordinary interest and associations. This is particularly true of the City Mill and Elevator Company of Emporia, which was established prior to 1886 by Doctor Armour, and is one of the landmarks of the city. Its present owner is a practical miller, a profession which had run in the family for several generations, and
Location: Kings County NY
Canarsee Indians. Formerly one of the leading tribes on Long Island, New York, occupying most of what is now Kings County and the shores of Jamaica Bay, with their center near Flatlands. According to Ruttenber they were subject to or connected with the Montauk; however, is doubtful, as the Indians of the west end of the island appear to have been paying tribute, at the time of the Dutch settlement of New York, to the Iroquois. Their principal village, of the same name, was probably as Canarsee, near Flatlands, in addition to which they had others at Maspeth and apparently
Elnathan Atwater6, (Benjamin5, Benjamin4, Benjamin3, Michael2, Christopher1) born Aug. 23, 1793, died Feb., 1878, at Brownsville, N. Y., married April 15, 1815, Mary, daughter of Abraham Bliss, who was born May 23, 1795, died Nov. 5, 1871. They lived in Brownsville, N. Y. Children: 910. Hannah Eliza, b. March 20, 1818, d. July 15, 1871, m. Joseph McFee. 911. Nancy, b. May 13, 1820, m. John McFee. 912. Melinda, b. May 26, 1822, m. Henry Dittendorf. 913. Mary, b. Dec. 25, 1823, d. Feb. 29, 1871. 914. Emeline, b. Jan. 10, 1829, m. Henry Dittendorf. 915. Anna, b. Jan. 7,
Elnathan Reynolds Atwater7, (John6, Benjamin5, Benjamin4, Benjamin3, Michael2, Christopher1) born Dec. 15, 1815, died Nov. 29, 1899, married, April 15, 1858, Rosa Patience, daughter of John Parsons and Julia (Lawrence) Smith, who was born Nov. 19, 1835, died July 12, 1896. He was a lawyer and clergyman. At one time he was the editor of the Christian Intelligencer. They lived in Brooklyn, N. Y. Children: 1629. Julia Lawrence. 1630. Rosa Reynolds. 1631. Maria Louisa. 1632. Anna Grant, m. May 15, 1897, Lewis Reynolds Knapp, of Round Hill, Conn. 1633. Eva, b. Jan. 12, 1868, d. Jan. 26, 1868. 1634. Clara
EVERETT, Susan M. Todd9, (Abraham H.8, Abraham7, Abraham6, Abraham5, Abraham4, Jonah3, Samuel2, Christopher1) born June 27, 1850, married April 10, 1878, Samuel H. Everett. He was at one time engaged in the hotel business in New York City. Mrs. Everett was living at 490 Hancock St., Brooklyn, N. Y., in 1913. Children: I. Samuel H., b. April 20, 1879. II. Susan May, b. June 22, 1881, m. J. Willis Clark, of Mt. Kisco, N. Y. III. Charles E., b. Jan. 20, 1885, m. Florence Webster. IV. Edith E., b. Aug. 26, 1888.
William Clifton Todd9, (Henry H.8, Jonah H.7, Jonah6, Jonah5, Stephen4, Samuel3, Samuel2, Christopher1) married Lillie Antoinette, daughter of Milo A. and Cornelia M. (Cook) Todd. For ancestry of Lillie A. Todd see No. 1918. At one time they lived in Brooklyn, N. Y. Children: 2554. Marjorie Caroline, b. Jan. 29, 1888. 2555. Lillian Beatrice, b. July 6, 1899.
Robert F. “Bob” Ciesiel, 77, a longtime Baker City resident, died Oct. 1, 2005, at St. Alphonsus Regional Medical Center in Boise. Bob’s vigil/wake will begin at 5:30 tonight at his residence at 42797 Nye Road. Mass of Christian Burial will be Wednesday at 10 a.m. at St. Francis de Sales Cathedral, First and Church streets. Interment will be at Mount Hope Cemetery. Bob was born on Aug. 7, 1928, at Brooklyn, N.Y., to Leo and Viola Lechmanski Ciesielski. He was raised at Brooklyn and Floral Park, N.Y., graduating from Sewanhaka High School. He enlisted in the U.S. Army on
John Suverkrup, senior partner of the firm of Suverkrup & Hook, manufacturers of and dealers in lumber at San Bernardino, has been sixteen years on the Pacific coast and twelve years in San Bernardino County. Prior to locating here he was engaged in the grocery business in Sacramento; and after settling in San Bernardino he for a time devoted his attention to farming. In 1887 he and his partner, John Hook, built the mill known as the Saverkrup & Hook Mill, on the mountains north of the city, which has a cutting capacity of 20,000 feet of lumber per day,
Baker City, Oregon Thomas Peter “Tom” Hochbrueckner, 79, of Baker City died Wednesday, Sept. 8, 2004, at St. Elizabeth Health Services. His graveside memorial service will be at 10 a.m. Saturday at Mount Hope Cemetery. The Rev. James R. Watt of St. Francis de Sales Cathedral will officiate. Tom was born on Jan. 5, 1925, at Estacada. His father died when he was 5 and the family moved to Brooklyn, N.Y. During the Depression years, he gained experience by working jobs out of the city during the summer. He worked in a crab canning factory in Maryland, on a small
Mrs. Ellen Woods Crafts Meacham. This lady, who, with her husband and family, occupies as a residence one of the old landmarks of the county (the well known Crafton Retreat), is a native of Jackson, Michigan, and daughter of Myron Harwood and Miranda (Capen) Crafts. Her father, who was born in Whately, the family seat, was a man of great force of character. He came to San Bernardino County when the country was new, locating at the place which took his name, and left the impress of his character indelibly upon the community. His unusual business ability, while securing for