|Venis MAYALL was born on 16 April 1844 in ,Bartholomew, IN. findagrave.com He died on 10 October 1927 at the age of 83 in Wichita, Sedgwick, KS. findagrave.com He was buried at Maple Grove Cemetery in Wichita, Sedgwick, KS. findagrave.com, Plot: Section G, Lot 318, Grave 4|
Bernard McKinley MAYBERRY was born on 28 February 1915 in Lynchburg, Campbell, VA. He died on 1 July 1985 at the age of 70 in Lynchburg, Campbell, VA.
Spouse: Estelle Dolan FERGUSON. Estelle Dolan FERGUSON and Bernard McKinley MAYBERRY were married.
Clara Belle MAYCROFT (private).
Frances Hitz MAYER was born on 4 February 1915 in Washinton, D.C.. Bevans Bible, forwarded by Carolynn Tannehill; CA death index, rootsweb.com She died on 25 March 1968 at the age of 53 in ,Los Angeles, CA. CA death index, 1940-1997, ancestry.com; mother's maiden as Edwards Parents: Theodore Albert MAYER and Frances Sterling "Fanny" EDWARDS.
Spouse: Robert L. KNIGHT. Frances Hitz MAYER and Robert L. KNIGHT were married on 5 May 1936 in Ventura, Ventura, CA. Ventura co CA MB 37/337 Children were: Valerie Bevans KNIGHT, Stephen Jeffrey KNIGHT.
Spouse: VELTRE. Frances Hitz MAYER and VELTRE were married.
Theodore Albert MAYER was born in April 1878 in Washington, , D.C.. He died on 4 April 1915 at the age of 37 in Washington, , D.C.. Death notice, The Washington Post, Monday, April 5, 1915
MAYER-On Sunday April 4, 1915, at 11 p.m. Theodore A., beloved husband of Frances E. Mayer, in the thirty-seventh year of his age. Funeral services, which will be private, to be held on Tuesday, April 6, at 2 p.m. He was buried on 6 April 1915 in Washington, D. C.. Parents: Theodore J. MAYER and Susan HITZ.
Spouse: Roberta W. SOMERVALL.
Theodore J. MAYER was born in April 1846 in SWITZERLAND. He died on 12 March 1907 at the age of 60 in Washington, D.C.. He was buried on 15 March 1907 in Washington, D. C..
Spouse: Susan HITZ. Susan HITZ and Theodore J. MAYER were married in 1876 in SWITZERLAND.
Virginia MAYES (private).
Virginia Catherine MAYES (private). Parents: Walter MAYES and Mirada Clara BARNETT.
Walter MAYES died unknown.
Christine Ann MAYFIELD (private).
Lethia Ellen MAYFIELD was born in 1890 in TN. She died unknown.
Spouse: Thomas Franklin "Tom" KIRK. Lethia Ellen MAYFIELD and Thomas Franklin "Tom" KIRK were married on 29 April 1906 in ,Henderson, TN. TN State Marriages, 1780-2002, ancestry.com Children were: Marcus Oneal KIRK, Mary Bell KIRK, Jimmie Lewis KIRK, Thomas Noble KIRK, Delma KIRK, Selma KIRK, Clarence Z. KIRK, Robert KIRK.
Anna Frances MAYHEW was born on 3 May 1804 in Edgartown, MA. She died on 23 October 1896 at the age of 92 in Savannah, Chatham, GA.
Spouse: Dr. Alexander CUNNINGHAM. Anna Frances MAYHEW and Dr. Alexander CUNNINGHAM were married on 16 May 1833 in GA/MA.
Frederic A. MAYNARD was born on 9 September 1903 in ,Contra Costa, CA. SSDI He died on 10 August 1963 at the age of 59 in ,San Francisco, CA. CA death index-1940-1997-Frederic A. Maynard, 530-10-0095, male, bd 9 Sep 1903, CA, dod 10 Aug 1963, San Francisco, CA, mother's maiden-Storte; SSN issued NV 1930 census, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA, p7B ED 360, Roll 146
Frederick A. Maynard, Roomer, M W 26, S, yes yes, CA IA CA, Engineer, Oil Co. W, yes no, w/81/237 John Banefield, at 400 Alvarado Terrace, with 3 other roomers Parents: Frederick Gray MAYNARD and Alice Susanna STORKE.
Frederick Gray MAYNARD was born on 2 May 1872 in Tipton, Cedar, Iowa. He died on 5 July 1940 at the age of 68 in San Jose, Santa Clara, CA. CA death index, 1940-1997, Frederick Grey Maynard, no SSN, male, dob 2 May 1872, IA, dod 5 Jul 1940, Santa Clara co, mother's maiden-Edwards, father's surname-Maynard 1910 census, Township 8, Contra Costa, CA, p7B Ed 169, T624_75
131/131 Fredric G. Maynard, H, M W 38, M1, 8, IA OH KY, English, English, Electrical, Gass Pac Co., W, no 0, yes yes R H
Alice Maynard, wife, F W 31, M1, 8, 1-1, CA MI CA, English, none, yes yes
Fredrick Maynard, son, M W 6, S, none -- -- yes
1920 census, San Jose, Santa Clara, CA, p13B ED 151, T625_147, 309 street illegible
381/533 Fred Maynard, H, O M, M W 46, M, yes yes, IA OH KY, yes, Manager, Gas Co., W
Alice Maynard, wife, F W 41, M, yes yes, CA MI CA, yes, none
Fread A. Maynard, son, M W 16, S, yes yes yes, CA IA CA, yes, none
Hobart R. Maynard, son, M W 2, S, yes yes, CA IA CA, none
Martha M. Maynard, dau, F W 2, S, yes yes, CA IA CA, none
1930 census, San Jose, Santa Clara, CA, p10A, ED80, Toll 218, 1291 Glenwood Road,
273/278 Fred G. Maynard, H, O, $15,000, R, no M W 57, M, 30, no yes, IA OH, KY, yes, Electric Engineer, Power Co. E. yes, no
Alice S. Maynard, wife, F W 51, M, 23, no yes, CA MI CA, yes none
Hobart R. Maynard, son, M W 13, S, yes yes CA IA CA, yes none
Marjorie M. Maynard, dau, F W 13, S, yes yes CA IA CA, yes none
Parents: Henry Hobart MAYNARD and Susan Huldah EDWARDS.
Henry Hobart MAYNARD was born on 5 September 1835 in Columbus, Franklin, OH. He died on 4 November 1905 at the age of 70 in Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA. Southern California Practitioner, 1905, volume 20, p59, Editorial
VALE DR. MAYNARD
On our return recently from the East we learned to our sorrow that our old associate, Dr. Henry Hobard Maynard, had passed away. What a flood of reminiscences this sad news brought to our mind! We had known him ever since his arrival in Los Angeles in 1981. what happy times we used to have together when he and Dr. Joseph P. Widney and ourselves formed the Pension Board of Los Angeles. Then after work was orver, we would all three go to a gingy-looking restaurant run by Jerry Iilich on Main street, where we would have a most enjoyable time, the extent of the dissipation being a small bottle of red wine.
Dr. Maynard did not know what it was to think evil. If he had nothing good to say of a person, he said nothing at all. As we sat at those luncheons, he would tell us in the most modest way imaginable of his experiences in the Civil War.
He was born on September 6, 1835, near Columbus, O. He received his medical education at Rush Medical College, Chicago, and Bellevue, New York, and graduated from Rush Medical College in 1862. Immediately there-after he joined the Union Army on August 20th, 1862. he was mustered in as assistant surgeon of the 18th Iowa Volunteer Infantry and assigned in the United States General Hospital in Springfield
He was one of the organizers of the College of Medicine of the University of Southern California, and held the position of professor of surgery until a few years since; he felt that the work was too much for him, and he was made Emeritus Professor of Surgery. Everyone had the highest admiration for his knowledge and skill as a surgeon. In his latter days, when he was physically too debilitated to perform an operation, his great experience and sound judgment were constantly brought into requisition so that his younger brother members of the profession might profit in critical operations.
He had been throughout his life a conscientious member of the Protestant Episcopal Church, but in 1894, he underwent a change in his religious convictions and became a member of the Roman Catholic Church, from which during the last eleven years of his life he seemed to get great solace. John Henry Newman was his ideal. It must have been easy, we think, for Dr. Maynard to be religious.
In his family relations he was most devoted and is survived by his wife, one daughter, and two sons. One of his sons is a civil engineer and superintendent in the Hawaiian Islands, and a few years ago, Dr. Maynard made a most delightful visit there, which he recounted in the "Southern California Practitioner" for November, 1902. The doctor by his quiet, unselfish and honorable methods accumulated quite a little forturne, yet the greatest heritage for his sons is the memory of a noble, well-spent life. At a recent meeting of the Newman Club of Los Angeles, Joseph Scott, Esq., presented a "Memoir of Dr. H. H. Maynard," who was one of the charter members of the club. This "Memoir" was an interesting and honest tribute.
Dr Maynard is also mentioned in the biographical sketch of his son, Rea E. Maynard on p.159, "Los Angeles, From the Mountains to the Sea, Volume 2 He was buried on 6 November 1905 at Evergreen Cemetery in Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA. 1870 census, Tipton, Cedar, IA, p169A, M593_380
179/184 Henry H. Maynard, 34, M W, Physician, $500, $500, OH, U.S. Citizen
Huldah Maynard, 24, F, W, Keeping house, IN
Maud Maynard, 3, F, w, IA
Kate Murray, 18, F, W, house keeper, NY
Jack (no last name) 9, M, B, KY
1880 census, Carter, Cedar, IA, p118C, ED 350, Roll 331
260/267 Hobard H. Maynard W M 44, M, Physician, OH, MA, CT
Huldah Maynard, W F 35, wife, Keeping house, IN KY KY
Maud Maynard, W F 13, dau, S, at home, attended school w/i year, IA OH IN
Rey Maynard, W M 9, son, attended school w/i year, IA, OH IN
Freddie Maynard, W M, 8, son, attended school w/i year, IA OH IN
Mary Maynard, W F 47, sister, S, at home, OH, MA, CT
Burhard Lohman, W, M, 25, Laborer, PA PA PA
1900 census, Los Angeles Ward 4, Los Angeles, CA, p11A Ed 37, T623_89, 318 W. Prior
244/380 Henry H. Maynard, H, W M Sep 1835, 64, M, 35, OH MA CT, Physician, 0, yes yes yes O F H
H. Susan Maynard, wife, W F Jun 1844, 55, M, 35, 3-3, KY KY KY, yes yes yes
Maud Maynard, dau, W F Aug 1867, 32, S, IA OH KY, yes yes yes
Rea E. Maynard, son, W M Jul 1872, 27, S, IA OH KY, Civil Engineer, 0, yes yes yes
Fred Maynard, son, W M May 1875, 25, S, IA OH KY, Assayer, 0, yes yes yes
Angh Pien, servant, Chinese, M Jan 1868, 32, S, China, China, China, 1883, 17, Al, Cook, 0, no no no
Parents: Stephen MAYNARD and Lorinda HUMPHREY.
Hobart Rea MAYNARD was born on 19 January 1917 in , .Santa Clara, CA. He died on 24 May 1957 at the age of 40 in , Napa, CA. CA birth and death records; SSN 547-09-7815 Parents: Frederick Gray MAYNARD and Alice Susanna STORKE.
Marjorie Martha MAYNARD was born on 19 January 1917 in , Santa Clara, CA. She died on 9 July 2002 at the age of 85 in Ben Lomond, Santa Cruz, CA. SSDI-569-28-7652-CA, last residence: 95005 Ben Lomond, Santa Cruz, CA Parents: Frederick Gray MAYNARD and Alice Susanna STORKE.
Spouse: Chester Edward BELL. Marjorie Martha MAYNARD and Chester Edward BELL were married.
Maud MAYNARD was born in 1867 in Tipton, Cedar, IA. She died on 11 December 1921 at the age of 54 in Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California. She was buried in Evergreen Cem., Los Angeles, California. "Los Angeles-From the Mountains to the Sea",John Steven McGroarty 2)Tombstone,Sect. H Plot 4764
Never married Parents: Henry Hobart MAYNARD and Susan Huldah EDWARDS.
Rea Edwards MAYNARD was born on 17 July 1870 in Tipton, Cedar, Iowa. He died on 6 December 1932 at the age of 62 in Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California. He was buried on 8 December 1932 at Evergreen Cemetery in Los Angeles, California. biographical sketch, "Los Angeles from the Mountains to the Sea," by John Steven McGroarty, Chicago, American Historical Society, 1921, volume 2, p. 159, 160
Rea E. Maynard, vice president and director of the General Petroleum Corporation, is one of the ablest engineers in the west. His career has been one of most interesting experience and achievement, and has led him into the scenes of constructive activity and over a large part of the Globe.
He was born Jul 17, 1870, at a little town in Iowa, Tipton, where his father, Dr. Henry Hobart Maynard, was for many years a practicing physician. His father, a native of Columbus, Ohio, was brought to Iowa by his parents at the age of nine years, and he grew up and received his education there, finishing in the State University of Iowa. He took his medical course in the Rush Medical College at Chicago, but left school in 1861 to enlist as an assistant surgeon of the Eighteenth Iowa Infantry. Later he was made surgeon of the Second Arkansas Cavalry, and was finally advanced to medical director of southwest Missouri. At the close of the Civil War he located in Tipton, Iowa, and was in practice there until 1881. In that year he brought his family to Los Angeles, and was one of the well-known physicians of that city until his death in 1908. Dr. Maynard was a Republican. He married, at Chariton, Iowa, Susan H. Edwards, and their three children are: Miss Maud, still at home; Rea E. and Frederick G. of San Jose, California.
Rea E. Maynard was eleven years old when his father came to Los Angeles. In the meantime he had attended the public schools of Tipton, and was a pupil in the grammar and high schools of Los Angeles to the age of eighteen. He took freshman work in mechanical engineering in the Rose Polytechnic Institute at Terre Haute, Ind. Returning west, he did some engineering work with the old Terminal Railroad, now part of the Salt Lake Railroad, for two years. Mr. Maynard then enrolled as one of the first students of Stanford University, where he graduated in 1894 as a mechanical engineer. One year following he spent with the City Engineering Department of Los Angeles, and then entered the Colorado School of Mines, at Golden, from which he received a diploma as mining engineer in 1896.
Thus his professional service as an engineer covers a quarter of a century, and has been filled with many interesting experiences. For two years he was a mining engineer in different localities in the west. At the outbreak of the Spanish-American war he went to the Hawaiian Islands and was in the interesting republic more than five years. At that time he built three railroad lines and also some of the noted public highways of the island. One of these highways is world famous and stands out as one of Mr. Maynard's greatest achievements. It is the road to the Pali on the Island of Oahu. The railroads he built were for the Honolulu Sugar Company, the Kona Sugar Company and the Hawaiian Agricultural Company.
Mr. Maynard also spent a year surveying and developing tin deposits in Southern Asia. Returning to San Francisco, he was superintendent of construction for the Centerville plant of the Pacific Gas and Electric Corporation until 1906, the year of the earthquake, when construction was temporarily abandoned. For the following two years, Mr. Maynard was interested in electric power projects at various points in eastern California and Nevada. Then, after a trip through the east and his return to Los Angeles, he became engineer for Captain John Barneson in developing the oil interests of the captain. September 20, 1910, Mr. Maynard started the actual survey of the pipe line for the General Petroleum Company, of which Captain Barneson is president. This pipe line extends from the Lost Hills Oil Field to Los Angeles. Ditching work was begun at Pentland, California, July 31, 1912, and was finished March 17, 1913. Oil was brought into Los Angeles by pipe line May 10, 1913, and to San Pedro on June 8th of the same year. This pipe line is a difficult piece of engineering, and was constructed in record time at a cost of five million dollars. It has eighteen pumping stations along the line, and one interesting distinction is that at one point the pipe line runs at an altitude of 4,230 feet above sea level, the highest pipe line in the world.
As already noted, Mr. Maynard is now vice president and director of the General Petroleum Corporation and is chief engineer and director of its pipe line transportation. He is a Scottish Rite Mason and Shriner, a member of the Military Order of the Loyal Legion, of the American Institute of Mining Engineers, of the California and University Clubs, the San Gabriel Country Club, and the Sigma Nu Fraternity. His is an independent in politics.
Parents: Henry Hobart MAYNARD and Susan Huldah EDWARDS.
Stephen MAYNARD was born on 25 November 1791 in ,Southhampton, MA. He died on 5 September 1874 at the age of 82 in Tipton, Cedar, IA. 1850 census, Penn, Johnson, IA, p172B, M432_185
23/23 Stephen Manard, 38, M, Farmer, $2, 352, MA
Lorinda Manard, 49, F, CT
Mary Manard, 17, F, OH, attended school w/i year
Henry H. Manard, 15, M, Farmer, OH, attended school w/i year
Lawrey C. Manard, 12, F, OH, attended school w/i year
Elizabeth Manard, 8, F, OH
Daniel MAYO was born about 1769 in Pomfret, CT. He died unknown.
Harriet Putnam MAYO was born on 1 August 1799 in Newport, Campbell, KY. She died unknown. Parents: Daniel MAYO and Mary PUTNAM.
Mary L. "Molly" MAYS died unknown.
Spouse: George Washington WILLINGHAM. Mary L. "Molly" MAYS and George Washington WILLINGHAM were married on 6 April 1876 in ,Henderson, KY. Henderson co KY MB 18/165 Children were: Abbie Givens WILLINGHAM.
Nancy D. MAYS died unknown.
Spouse: William Alexander LEACH. Nancy D. MAYS and William Alexander LEACH were married on 8 September 1858.
Thomas H. MAYS died unknown.
Spouse: Mary Jane SMITH. Mary Jane SMITH and Thomas H. MAYS were married on 28 February 1884 in , Henderson, KY.
Spouse: Mary Elizabeth CABELL.
Mayo Glen MCALLISTER (private). Parents: Mayo James "Jim" MCALLISTER and Patricia Lee HODGDEN.
Mayo James "Jim" MCALLISTER (private).
Kenneth N. MCALPIN died unknown.
Spouse: Myrtle SCOTT. Myrtle SCOTT and Kenneth N. MCALPIN were married on 25 November 1909 in Connell, Franklin, WA.
Agnes Virginia "Aggie" MCANULL was born in March 1856 in VA. She died on 6 May 1929 at the age of 73 in Ritchie, Ohio, WV. WV deaths index, 1853-1973, ancestry.com, film #857606, Agnes Virgina Wayman, dob 29 Mar 1860, bp WV, dod 3 May 1929, pod Ritchie Country District, Ohio co WV, burial date: 6 May 1929, place: Stone Church, age 69y 1m 4d, housewife, white, widowed, female, father: Hugh McAnall, bp Scotland, mother: Mary Templeton, bp WV, spouse: Warrick P. Wayman Parents: Hugh MCANULL and Mary Ann TEMPLETON.
Spouse: Warrick Price WAYMAN. Agnes Virginia "Aggie" MCANULL and Warrick Price WAYMAN were married in 1873 in ,Ohio, WV. WV marriages index, 1765-1971, ancestry.com Children were: Walter Howard WAYMAN, Mary Agnes WAYMAN, Warrick Eugene WAYMAN.
Hugh MCANULL was born on 3 December 1811 in ,Ohio, VA. He died on 22 August 1872 at the age of 60 in Wheeling, Ohio, WV. WV deaths index, 1853-1973, Hugh McAnall, bd abt 1812, bp Ohio o, dod 22 Aug 1872, pod Wheeling Ohio co WV, age 60y 8m 19d, Farmer, white, married, male, father: Thomas McAnall, spouse: Mary Ann McAnall
William MCARTHUR was born in 1802 in KY.
Spouse: Margaret . Margaret and William MCARTHUR were married about 1832.
Daniel Richard MCASKILL was born on 3 January 1855 in TN. TN death certificate He died on 7 August 1918 at the age of 63 in Huntingdon, Carroll, TN. TN, deaths and burials index, 1874-1955, D. R. McAskill, dob 3 Jan 1855, bp TN, age 63, dod 7 Aug 1918, pod Huntingdon, Carroll, TN, burial: 8 Aug 1918, Cemetery: Chapel Hill, male, white, married, Farmer, father: K. McAskill, bp TN, mother: Bell Wilson, bp TN, FHL film #1299680; TN death certificate #1918-193, D. R. McAskill, Huntingdon, Carroll, TN, male, white, married, dod 7 Aug 1918, cause: Apoplexy, contributory-arterioscleros, dob 3 Jan 1855, 63y 7m 4d, Retired farmer, bp TN, father: K. McAskill, bp TN, mother: Bell Wilson, bp TN, informant: M. McAskill, burial: 8 Aug 1918, Chapel Hill He was buried on 8 August 1918 at Chapel Hill Cemetery in ,Carroll, TN. TN death certificate 1900 census, Civil District 10, Carroll, TN, p9A ED130, Roll 1560
159/163 D. R. McAskell, Head, W, M, Jan 1855, 45, M, 20, TN TN TN, Farmer, yes yes yes, O F F
Irene McAskell, wife, W, F, May 1860, 40, 20, 2-2, TN TN TN, yes yes yes
Marvin McAskell, son, W, M, June 1890, 9, S, TN TN TN, 6,
Ruth C. McAskell, dau, W, F, Nov 1895, 4, S, TN TN TN
Mary Minor, Boarder, W, F, Aug 1873, 26, S, TN TN TN, yes yes yes
Emet Robertson, Boarder, W, M, July 1879, 20, S, TN TN TN, Farm laborer, 3, 0, yes yes yes
George Griffin, Boarder, W, M, May 1883, 17, S, TN TN TN, Farm laborer, 3, 0, yes yes yes
1910 census, Civil District 10, Carroll, TN, p4B, ED26, T624_1491
81/81 Daniel R. McAskill, Head, M, W, 55, M1, 30, TN NC TN, English, Farmer, Own Farm, OA, yes yes, O F F
Irene McAskill, wife, F, W, 49, M1, 30, 5-3, TN TN TN, English, none, yes yes
Ruth F. McAskill, dau, F, W, 14, S, TN TN TN, English, none, yes yes
Mary L. McAskill, dau, F, W, 6, S, TN TN TN, none, Parents: Kenneth MCASKILL and Isabella J. WILSON.
Spouse: Irene DILL. Irene DILL and Daniel Richard MCASKILL were married on 5 January 1881 in ,Houston, TN. TN state marriages, 1780-2002, ancestry.com, D. R. McAckill and Irene Dill, married 5 Jan 1881 by R. C. Holmes, J. P. Children were: Marvin MCASKILL, Ruth C. MCASKILL, Mary Lucille MCASKILL.
James Richard MCASKILL was born on 20 October 1927 in ,Davidson, TN. He died on 19 July 2008 at the age of 80 in Wake Forest, Wake, NC. obituary, Lexington (KY) Herald-Leader, July 24, 2008, pD3
Lexington-James Richard McAskill, born Oct. 20, 1927 in Weslaco, TX, formerly of Lexington, KY passed away Sat. July 19, at his home in Wake Forest, NC. He was preceded in death by his wife, Joan, and is survived by his three children: Beth Jackson (Glenn) of Cincinnati, OH, Jim McAskill (Carol) of Lexington, KY, and Richard McAskill (Trish) of Wake Forest, NC. He leaves behind 6 grandchildren. A private graveside service will be held on Friday, July 25th at 10a.m at Blue Creek Memorial Gardens. No visitation. Friends may call on the family 12-4pm on Friday at the home of Jim & Carol McAskill. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be sent to: Duke Home Care & Hospice, 4321 Medical Park Dr. Ste 101, Durham, NC 27704 or a charity of your c hoice. He was buried on 25 July 2008 at Blue Grass Memorial Gardens in Nicholasville, Jessamine, KY. Parents: Marvin MCASKILL and Erin Martha HILLIARD.
Spouse: Joan . Joan and James Richard MCASKILL were married.
Kenneth MCASKILL was born on 11 October 1825 in TN. He died on 5 April 1901 at the age of 75 in ,Houston, TN. He was buried on 6 April 1901 at Hill Orchard Cemtery in ,Houston, TN.
Marilyn MCASKILL was born on 29 September 1919 in Nashville , Davidson, TN. She died on 9 July 2007 at the age of 87 in Temple, Bell, TX. saniohaperfuneralhome.com, obituary,
Marilyn McAskill Cunningham, 87, of Temple, died Monday, July 9, 2007 at her home surrounded by her family. Born on September 29, 1919 in Nashville, Tennessee to Marvin and Erin Hillard McAskill, she grew up and graduated from high school in Edinburg, Texas, where her mother was postmaster for many years. After graduation from the University of Texas, she remained active in the Delta Delta Delta Sorority, holding national and local offices.
Her husband, John P. Cunningham, Sr., of Temple predeceased her in 1989. They were married in 1940. Her survivors include her children, Lynn Luster and husband, R. O. Luster of Houston; Cynthia Cunningham of Dallas; John P. Cunningham, Jr. and wife, Jeanne of Temple. She is also survived by James McAskill, her brother, of Wake Forest, North Carolina, and her grandchildren, Ronald Luster and wife, Tammy of Houston; Preston Luster of Houston; John Preston Cunningham III and wife, Erin, and their child, Ellie Elizabeth of Houston; Scott T. Cunningham and wife, Andrea of Dallas; and Catherine Erin Salzman and husband, Ryan of Fort Forth. The family expresses special thanks to Rose Bronson for her care and compassion.
She has been a member of First United Methodist Church of Temple and its Friendship Class for over 40 years. Her interests were traveling, cooking and her family. She remained active in Cunningham Real Estate until shortly before her death.
The family plans a private burial service and a memorial service will be held at First United Methodist Church of Temple on Wednesday, July 11, 2007 at 11:00 am. Family visitation will be at Scanio-Harber Funeral Home on Tuesday, July 10, from 6:00 to 7:30 p.m.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Peaceable Kingdom Retreat for Children or the charity of choice.
She was buried on 11 July 2007 at Bellwood Memorial Park in Temple, Bell, TX. findagrave.com Parents: Marvin MCASKILL and Erin Martha HILLIARD.
Spouse: John Preston CUNNINGHAM Sr.. Marilyn MCASKILL and John Preston CUNNINGHAM Sr. were married on 27 July 1940 in TX. Children were: Marilyn CUNNINGHAM, Cynthia CUNNINGHAM, John Preston CUNNINGHAM Jr..
Marvin MCASKILL was born on 16 June 1890 in ,Carroll, TN. WW1 draft registration, Marvin McAskill, 26, Huntingdon, Tenn, dob June 16, 1890, natural born, bp Mixie, Tenn., USA, occ: Traveling Salesman, Emp: Kenton Baking Powder Co. TN & KY, dependents: father & mother, single, no prior service, claim exemption-yes, father & mother to suffer, Signature: Marvin McAskill, medium height, stout build, blue eyes, auburn hair, slight balding, no disabilities, 5 June 1917, Pct 11, Carroll co TN Board He died on 14 January 1939 at the age of 48 in Edinburg, Hidalgo, TX. TX death index, 1903-2000, ancestry.com
obituary, Brownsville (TX) Valley Sunday Star-Monitor-Herald, January 15, 1939, p2
EDINBURG-Marvin McAskill, 48, for years one of Edinburg's prominent citizens, died suddenly Saturday noon at the home of friends in Wealsco. The deceased had been in poor health for years but his death was unexpected. Mr. McAskill came to the Valley 14 years ago from Huntingdon, Tennessee, where he was agent for the Sinclair Oil Company until poor health caused his retirement three years ago.
He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Erin McAskill, Edinburg postmaster, one daughter, Marilyn, a student in the University of Texas at Austin, one son, James, and a sister, Mrs. McCormick of Houston, who is here for the funeral.
The deceased had been an active member of the Masonic order, Rotary club and the Endinburg chamber of commercve.
Funeral services will be held at First Methodist church here Sunday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock with Rev. James W. Albritten conducting services. Interment will be in Hillcrest Memorial Park at Edinburg under direction of Kreidler Funeral Home.
Pallbearers will be J. C. Looney, Dr. D. R. Handley, A. M. A. M. Tarbutton, Judge W. M. Goughty, J. J. Oliver, J. R. Norvell, all of Edinburg and John Petty, Wealsco and Val Davis, Houston. He was buried on 15 January 1939 at Hillcrest Memorial Park in Edinburg, Hidalgo, TX. Parents: Daniel Richard MCASKILL and Irene DILL.
Spouse: Erin Martha HILLIARD. Erin Martha HILLIARD and Marvin MCASKILL were married on 20 June 1918 in ,Carroll, TN. TN state marriages, 1780-2002, ancestry.com Children were: Marilyn MCASKILL, James Richard MCASKILL.
Mary Lucille MCASKILL was born in 1903 in ,Carroll, TN. She died unknown. Parents: Daniel Richard MCASKILL and Irene DILL.
Spouse: John William MCCORMICK. Mary Lucille MCASKILL and John William MCCORMICK were married on 5 October 1922 in ,Carroll, TN. TN state marriages, 1780-2002, ancestry.com Children were: Ruth Elizabeth MCCORMICK.
Ruth C. MCASKILL was born on 3 March 1894 in ,Carroll, TN. SSDI She died on 29 June 1966 at the age of 72 in Erin, Houston, TN. SSDI-410-38-2426-TN, last residence: 37061 Erin, Houston, TN Parents: Daniel Richard MCASKILL and Irene DILL.
Spouse: William Irvin HAGLER. Ruth C. MCASKILL and William Irvin HAGLER were married on 28 January 1916 in ,Houston, TN. TN state marriages, 1780-2002, ancestry.com Children were: Mary Elizabeth HAGLER, Rook Thomas HAGLER, Janet Anita HAGLER, Geraldine F. HAGLER.
James MCATEE (private).
Lanette MCATEE was born on 22 January 1826. She died on 9 August 1854 at the age of 28. birth and death from family Bible Parents: James MCATEE and Elizabeth ELDER.
Steve MCATEE (private).
Spouse: Veronica Lynn DRURY.
Laura Gene MCATEER (private). Parents: William Arthur MCATEER and Lottie Ann GREEN.
Spouse: Roy ORCHARD.
William Arthur MCATEER was born on 27 October 1883 in , Lampasas, TX. He died on 23 February 1976 at the age of 92 in Dallas, Collin, TX.
Michael MCAULIFFE (private).
Spouse: Margaret TOBIN.
Henrietta Monroe MCBAIN was born in 1804 in KY. She died on 28 November 1905 at the age of 101 in ,Boone, MO.
Jean "Jennie" MCBEAN (private).
Cameron MCBEATH (private). Parents: Cosby MCBEATH and Jane T. FERGUSON.
Cosby MCBEATH was born on 8 January 1925. He died on 21 October 1999 at the age of 74 in Yuma, Yuma, CO. SSDI-522-22-4608-CO, last residence He was buried on 23 October 1999 at Yuma Cemetery in Yuma, Yuma, CO. North Addition I B 10 apps.westpointaog.org/Memorials/Article/17045/ Class of 1949
Cosby McBeath, Jr., died at the age of 74. He was born in the small Colorado town of Wray and raised in an even smaller town, Eckley. Due to his father's health, the McBeath family moved to Colorado from Monticello, KY, and spent many summers there with his mother's family. He learned to appreciate the open beauty of the plains and the lush foliage of the east. In 1942, Cosby graduated from Eckley High School as valedictorian and, during the next two years, attended the University of Colorado-Boulder. In July 1944, he entered the Academy.
After a stormy Beast Barracks, Cosby applied himself diligently but was found "deficient in studies," "turned back," and re-entered the Academy in June 1945--two Plebe years later. Yet Cosby had determination and character Although swimming and German were not his forte, Cosby finally graduated in August 1949 and married Jane Ferguson in December.
After graduation, Cosby attended the Ground General School for five months at Ft. Riley and, later, attended the Armor School at Ft. Knox. He then served with the 24th Infantry Division in Korea, with its few tanks, Cosby was reassigned to the 19th Infantry and was in combat during 1950-52. In November 1950, he received a telegram announcing the birth of his first daughter, Marcia.
Upon his return to the States, Cosby was aide to the commanding general of the Armor School at Ft. Knox, where his son, Cameron, was born. During his years in service, he received several awards; three Air Medals, the National Defense Service Medal, the Korean Service Medal with one Silver Star, the Combat Infantryman Badge, and the United Nations Service Medal.
In 1953, Cosby resigned his commision to work in the industrial world. he started at Standard Products in Lexington, KY, and Cleveland, OH. His second daughter, Margaret, was born during this time. In 1960, Corning Glass Works, Inc., employed him in Danville, KY, and later, at the corporate headquarters in Corning, NY. Through his 28-year career with Corning, he held positions in Engineering and Sales, and was a trouble-shooter in the automotive windshield and catalytic converter departments. He also traveled extensively and enjoyed taking the back roads instead of the major highways to see how the local people lived.
In 1984, Cosby and his daughter, Margaret, drove from New York to Colorado to attend his high school reunion. During that trip, Cosby realized he wanted to return to Colorado some day.
In 1988, Cosby returned to Eckley for another class reunion. There, he became reacquainted with his high school sweetheart, Isabelle Balderston Henik. They married in September 1990 and resided in Yuma, CO. With this marriage, he gained three stepchildren, Dennis, Gail and John, and their children, Scott, Rachel, Hilary, and Eli. Before his second marriage, he lived in Denver with his future stepson, John, and they shared many business interests, fly-tying and golf. John said, "Cosby was one of the few people who understood me and my projects. He was as close to me as any dad could be."
Cosby resumed his love of travel. He and Isabelle tried to take two overseas trips a year. Their travels took them to many exotic locales, including Russia, India, Finland, South Africa, and even a houseboat trip up the Mahakan River in Borneo, Indonesia. He tried to do as the natives would do, so it was not unusual for him to sleep on mats with five other people on the houseboat. During a long house performance at a village in Borneo, Cosby passed out. The can witch doctor placed some type of magic spell on him and placed a special string of beads around his neck. Cosby "miraculously" regained consciousness, although a little weak. With no doctor around for miles, who knows what strange magic the witch doctor used on him. As a result of that experience, Cosby determined to bring a homemade doll or trinket from each of his travels for his two granddaughters, Megan and Erika of Franklin, MA. Cosby knew he would not be around to watch them grow up, so he wanted to leave them with memories of him and his travels. One such gift was a 25-pound wooden hippopotamus he carted home from South Africa in a gym bag.
Cosby was a very quiet but sentimental man. West Point peer Henry J. Maihafer describes Cosby as "a soft spoken, competent, sincere guy, who was extremely likeable." When he wanted information, Cosby researched it at the library and the librarian used his suggestions to order financial books. His opinion was so highly regarded that the library in Yuma honored him with a memorial.
He was an avid member of the Presbyterian church while growing up in Eckley and transferred his membership to Yuma in later years.
His family and friends will miss Cosby.
Spouse: Jane T. FERGUSON. Jane T. FERGUSON and Cosby MCBEATH were married on 30 December 1949 in ,Cuyahoga, OH. OH, County Marriages, 1789-1994, familysearch.org, film #2251662, Cosby McDeath, Jr. dom 30 Dec 1949, pom Cuyahoga co OH, U.S. age 24, by 1925, father: Cosby McDeath, mother: Dimple Conover, spouse: Jane T. Ferguson, age 20, by 1929, father: James A. Ferguson, mother: Florence Carroll They were divorced. Children were: Marcia C. MCBEATH, Cameron MCBEATH, Margaret C. MCBEATH.
Hattie Jennie "Addie" MCBEATH was born on 15 May 1868 in ,Grayson, KY. She died on 5 March 1939 at the age of 70 in Louisville, Jefferson, KY. KY death certificate #1939-7165, Addie Jennie Lee, 224 Stitz, Louisville, Jefferson, KY, female, white, widowed, dod 5 Mar 1939, cause: coronary occlusion, March 5, contributory-not known; spouse: W. S. Lee; dob 15 May 1868, 70y 9m 20d, Occ: Housework, bp KY, father: Thos R. McBeth, bp KY, mother: Jennie Chalfant, bp KY, Informant: J. G. Lee, St. Matthews, Burial: 6 Mar 1939, Floydsburg, Cemetery She was buried on 6 March 1939 at Floydsburg Cemetery in Crestwood, Oldham, KY. findagrave.com