Julia M. Freeze1

F, b. October 1884
     Julia M. Freeze was born in October 1884 at Iowa Co., IA.1 She was the daughter of H. Freeze and Lena Hutchison.1

Citations

  1. [S1064] 1900 Federal Census, Iowa County, Iowa. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 438; FHL #1240438.

Samuel Freeze

M
     Samuel Freeze married Amanda Jenkins, daughter of David Jenkins and Elizabeth Michael, in 1877 at Clark Co., OH.

Sarah C. Freeze1

F, b. January 1883
     Sarah C. Freeze was born in January 1883 at Iowa Co., IA.1 She was the daughter of H. Freeze and Lena Hutchison.1

Citations

  1. [S1064] 1900 Federal Census, Iowa County, Iowa. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 438; FHL #1240438.

William R. Freeze1

M, b. circa 1882
     William R. Freeze was born circa 1882 at Missouri.1 He married Lulu B. (?) circa 1904.1

Child of William R. Freeze and Lulu B. (?)

Citations

  1. [S3547] 1910 Federal Census, Carter County, Missouri. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T624, Roll 775; FHL #1374788.

William Vernon Freeze1

M, b. 13 February 1909
     William Vernon Freeze was born on 13 February 1909 at Carter Co., MO.1 He was the son of William R. Freeze and Lulu B. (?)1 William Vernon Freeze married Cassandra Marie Sollars, daughter of William Sollars and Lena Dabney, on 24 December 1930.

Citations

  1. [S3547] 1910 Federal Census, Carter County, Missouri. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T624, Roll 775; FHL #1374788.

Winifred E. Freeze

F, b. 18 February 1889, d. 23 May 1909
     Winifred E. Freeze was born on 18 February 1889 at Iowa Co., IA. She was the daughter of H. Freeze and Lena Hutchison. Winifred E. Freeze died on 23 May 1909 at Iowa Co., IA, at age 20. She was buried in May 1909 at the Ohio Church Cemetery, Genoa Bluffs, Iowa Co., IA.

Anna Maria Frei1

F
     Anna Maria Frei married Jakob Scheurer, son of Wilhelm Friedrich Scheurer and Anna Katharina Sänger, on 21 October 1873 at Rümmingen bei Lörrach, Baden, Germany.1

George B. Freiberg1

M, b. November 1858
     George B. Freiberg was born in November 1858 at Michigan.1 He married Anna (?) circa 1889.1

Child of George B. Freiberg and Anna (?)

Citations

  1. [S1613] 1900 Federal Census, Lincoln County, Nebraska. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 932; FHL #1240932.

Georgia Freiberg

F, b. April 1891
     Georgia Freiberg was born in April 1891 at Nebraska.1 She was the daughter of George B. Freiberg and Anna (?)1 Georgia Freiberg married George Henry Saum, son of Jacob Jefferson Saum and Isabella Thomas, circa 1912 at Denver Co. (probably), CO.

Children of Georgia Freiberg and George Henry Saum

Citations

  1. [S1613] 1900 Federal Census, Lincoln County, Nebraska. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 932; FHL #1240932.
  2. [S1614] 1920 Federal Census, Denver County, Colorado. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T625, Roll 162.

William Freidlin

M, b. January 1841
     William Freidlin married Mary Remer. William Freidlin was born in January 1841 at Ohio.

Child of William Freidlin and Mary Remer

Cora Ellen Freiley

F, b. 28 April 1868, d. 2 May 1941
     Cora Ellen Freiley was born on 28 April 1868 at Bernadotte Co., Fulton Co., IL. She was the daughter of Thomas Freiley and Henrietta Faulkenstein. Cora Ellen Freiley married Lewis Paul Pigg, son of Anderson Pigg and Mary Sanders, on 2 February 1896 at Ipava, Fulton Co., IL. Cora Ellen Freiley died on 2 May 1941 at Canton, Fulton Co., IL, at age 73. She was buried in May 1941 at Ipava Cemetery, Ipava, Fulton Co., IL.

Children of Cora Ellen Freiley and Lewis Paul Pigg

Thomas Freiley

M
     Thomas Freiley married Henrietta Faulkenstein.

Child of Thomas Freiley and Henrietta Faulkenstein

Anna Margaretha Freivogel

F, b. 1815, d. 1902
     Anna Margaretha Freivogel was born in 1815 at Börsborn, Palatinate. She was the daughter of Johann Jakob Freivogel. Anna Margaretha Freivogel married Johann Daniel Buhles, son of Johannes Daniel Buhles and Elisabetha Kling, in 1837 at Miesau, Palatinate. Anna Margaretha Freivogel died in 1902 at Gries, Palatinate.

Children of Anna Margaretha Freivogel and Johann Daniel Buhles

Johann Jakob Freivogel

M, b. 1767, d. 1842
     Johann Jakob Freivogel was born in 1767 at Katzenbach, Palatinate. He died in 1842 at Börsborn, Palatinate.

Child of Johann Jakob Freivogel

(?) Fremont

M, b. 21 July 1878
     (?) Fremont was born on 21 July 1878 at Manhattan, New York Co., NY. He was the son of Adm. John Charles Fremont and Sarah Brown Anderson.

Jessie Benton Fremont1

F, b. April 1883
     Jessie Benton Fremont was born in April 1883 at New York.1 She was the daughter of Adm. John Charles Fremont and Sarah Brown Anderson.1

Citations

  1. [S867] 1900 Federal Census, New York City, Manhattan, New York. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 1086.

John Charles Fremont

M, b. 21 January 1813, d. 13 July 1890
     John Charles Fremont was born on 21 January 1813 at Savannah, Chatham Co., GA. He married Jessie Benton on 19 October 1841. John Charles Fremont died on 13 July 1890 at Manhattan, New York Co., NY, at age 77

Biographical Sketch -- (Findagrave.com):

Civil War Union Army Major General, US Senator, Explorer. He was known as "The Pathfinder" and "The Champion of Freedom". He attended Charleston College, but was expelled before graduation. College authorities granted his degree in 1836. After taking a two year cruise on the war ship Natchez where he taught mathematics, he passed an examination and was appointed professor of mathematics in the United States Navy. He was commissioned as 2nd Lieutenant in the US Army in 1838. Between that time and the beginning of the Mexican War in 1846, he went on three expeditions exploring the vast western portion of the United States. He surveyed the Des Moines River in 1841 and mapped the Oregon Trail in 1842. In 1843, with Kit Carson and Tom Fitzpatrick, he followed the Cache de la Poudre River into the Laramie Mountains and then crossed the Rocky Mountains. He scaled the highest peak in the Wind River Mountains which is now known as Fremont Peak. Then they followed the Bear River until it reached the Great Salt Lake. On his return to ST Louis on August 6, 1844, he made a very difficult midwinter crossing of the Sierra Nevada Mountains. While on his third expedition starting in 1845 exploring the Great Basin and the Pacific Coast, the Mexican War broke out and Fremont was appointed to the rank of major. Upon learning that Monterey had been seized by the Americans, Fremont joined General Stockton there. Stockton appointed Fremont as the civil governor of California. When General Kearney arrived and said he had orders to establish a government, Fremont chose to obey Stockton and continued as governor in spite of Kearney's orders. Fremont was arrested and sent to Washington for court-martial. After a year-long trial he was found guilty of mutiny, disobedience to a lawful command of a superior officer, and conduct to the prejudice of good order and military discipline. President Polk approved of the conviction of disobedience and mutiny, but remitted the penalty and Fremont resigned. In October of 1848, he began an independent expedition and reached Sacramento in the spring of 1849. While in California, he represented the state in the US Senate from September, 1850 to March 1851. In 1853 he made his fifth and final expedition, crossing the Rockies by a route he had attempted to follow in 1848. His known opposition to slavery won him the Republican Party nomination for president in 1856, but he lost the election to Buchanan by 60 electoral votes. After the start of the Civil War, he was appointed major-general in the regular army. He was to command the newly organized Western Department with headquarters in St. Louis. He then raised the ire of President Lincoln when, immediately following the battle of Wilson's Creek on August 10, 1861, he proclaimed martial law, arrested active secessionists, suspended publication of papers charged with disloyalty, and issued a proclamation assuming the government of the state and announcing he would free the slaves of those in arms against the Union. When Lincoln asked him to withdraw the proclamation, he refused and Lincoln had to declare it as unauthorized and premature. He was relieved of that command on Nov 2, 1861 and assigned in March of 1862 as the commander of the Mountain Department of Virginia, Tennessee, and Kentucky. In June of 1862, he pursued General Stonewall Jackson for eight days and after finally engaging him at Cross Keys on June 8, he allowed Jackson to escape with his army. On June 26, the Army of Virginia was formed and it was to include Fremont's corps with General Pope in command. Fremont declined to serve because he was senior to Pope and he also claimed personal reasons. He returned to New York to await another command that never came. He was again nominated for president in 1864, but his support was so small he withdrew. He was appointed governor of the Arizona Territory from 1878 to 1882, and appointed major-general on the retired list by act of Congress in 1890. Upon his death, caused by peritonitis, his original interment was in the Trinity Church Cemetery in Manhattan, NY. His remains were moved to their present location in 1891.

He was buried in July 1890 at Rockland Cemetery, Sparkill, Rockland Co., NY, Findagrave #2615.

Child of John Charles Fremont and Jessie Benton

Adm. John Charles Fremont

M, b. 19 April 1849, d. 7 March 1911
     Adm. John Charles Fremont was born on 19 April 1849 at San Francisco, San Francisco Co., CA, per obituary, The Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, Norfolk, Nebraska; Friday, 10 MAR 1911, p.5 (Newspapers.com).1 He was the son of John Charles Fremont and Jessie Benton. Adm. John Charles Fremont married Sarah Brown Anderson, daughter of Gen. Adna Anderson and Juliet Cantrell Van Wyck. Adm. John Charles Fremont lived on 13 June 1900 at 75 55th Street, Manhattan, New York Co., NY.1 He died on 7 March 1911 at Boston, Suffolk Co., MA, at age 61

Obituary -- (Findagrave.com):

US Navy Rear Admiral. Fremont was the son of General John Fremont. He graduated from the United States Naval Academy on June 1, 1872 and was promoted to Ensign on July 15, 1873. For the next few years he carried on post graduate studies in torpedoes, electric science and ordnance. At the time of the Spanish American War he had risen to the rank of Lieutenant Commander and was the Commanding Officer of the Torpedo boat USS Porter. In early 1898 Fremont was assigned at the New York Navy Yard. The following year he became the Commandant of the Cavite Navy Yard in the Philippines and remained in that position until 1901. On January 1, 1907 Fremont was appointed the Naval attaché to France and Russia. In 1908 he was promoted to Captain and Commanding Officer of the Battleship Mississippi. In addition to his commands of the U.S.S. Mississippi and U.S.S. Porter he commanded the U.S.S. Pinta, U.S.S Drift, U.S.S. Culgoa, U.S.S. Cushing, and the Monitor Florida. In 1910 he was promoted to Rear Admiral and became the Commandant of the Boston Navy Yard.

Children of Adm. John Charles Fremont and Sarah Brown Anderson

Citations

  1. [S867] 1900 Federal Census, New York City, Manhattan, New York. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 1086.

John Charles Fremont Jr.

M, b. 26 February 1880, d. 13 October 1957
     John Charles Fremont Jr. was born on 26 February 1880 at Manhattan, New York Co., NY. He was the son of Adm. John Charles Fremont and Sarah Brown Anderson. John Charles Fremont Jr. married Julia Fay Bradley on 24 September 1942 at Manhattan, New York Co., NY. John Charles Fremont Jr. died on 13 October 1957 at Naval Hospital, St. Albans, Queens, NY, at age 77

Obituary -- The Atlanta Constitution, Atlanta, Georgia; Monday, 14 OCT 1957, p.23 (Newspapers.com):

Capt. Fremont, Grandson of the Pathfinder, Dies

NEW YORK, Oct 13 (AP) -- Navy Capt. John Charles Fremont, 77, veteran of three wars and grandson of Gen. John C. Fremont, 19th century military hero and explorer, died today at the Naval Hospital, St. Albans, Queens.

Fremont, who served aboard the U.S.S. St. Louis during the Spanish-American War, was the son of Rear Adm. John C. Fremont, onetime Naval attache in Paris and St. Petersburg, Russia.

During World War I, Fremont commanded a flotilla of destroyers in Irish waters and received the Navy Cross. Recalled to duty during World War II, Fremont was supervisor of the Third Naval District, New York City.

He was buried in October 1957 at Rockland Cemetery, Sparkill, Rockland Co., NY, Findagrave #169005413.

Joseph E. Fremont

M, b. 6 June 1915, d. 20 February 1967
     Joseph E. Fremont was born on 6 June 1915. He married Hannah Prudence Barr, daughter of Harry Clay Barr and Bertha Lee Minnick. Joseph E. Fremont died on 20 February 1967 at age 51. He was buried in February 1967 at Mount Olivet Cemetery, Detroit, Wayne Co., MI, Findagrave #198381723.

Juliet van Wyck Fremont

F, b. 20 August 1885, d. 3 March 1971
     Juliet van Wyck Fremont was born on 20 August 1885 at New York per 1900 census, later records show 1888.1 She was the daughter of Adm. John Charles Fremont and Sarah Brown Anderson. Juliet van Wyck Fremont married Henry W. Hull, son of Elinor Vaughn, on 30 November 1913 at New York City, NY. Juliet van Wyck Fremont died on 3 March 1971 at Los Angeles Co., CA, at age 85. She was buried in March 1971 at Rockland Cemetery, Sparkill, Rockland Co., NY, Findagrave #15986285.

Children of Juliet van Wyck Fremont and Henry W. Hull

Citations

  1. [S867] 1900 Federal Census, New York City, Manhattan, New York. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 1086.
  2. [S4139] 1940 Federal Census, New York County (Manhattan), New York. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T627, Rolls 2655.

Amanda Louisa French

F, b. 6 March 1864, d. 12 November 1951
     Amanda Louisa French was born on 6 March 1864. She was the daughter of John Allen French and Susan Joanna Sevier. Amanda Louisa French died on 12 November 1951 at age 87.

Child of Amanda Louisa French

Ann Catherine French

F, b. 30 August 1911, d. 31 May 1991
     Ann Catherine French was born on 30 August 1911 at Arkansas. She married Arlie E. Judd on 21 October 1929 at Seminole Co., OK. Ann Catherine French died on 31 May 1991 at age 79.

Bernice Clarabelle French

F, b. 3 July 1911, d. 15 October 1988
     Bernice Clarabelle French was born on 3 July 1911 at Ottumwa, Wapello Co., IA.1 She was the daughter of Pearl H. French and Grace Grooms.1 Bernice Clarabelle French married Francis Ellsworth Triem, son of Paul Ellsworth Triem and Wilhelmina Elizabeth Wetzstein, on 15 May 1937 at Des Moines, Polk Co., IA, no children. Bernice Clarabelle French died on 15 October 1988 at Des Moines, Polk Co., IA, at age 77. She was buried in October 1988 at Resthaven Cemetery Mausoleum, West Des Moines, Polk Co., IA, cremated.

Citations

  1. [S5186] 1920 Federal Census, Wapello County, Iowa. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T625, Rolls 516-17; FHL #1820516-17.

Charles Henry French

M, b. 5 March 1872, d. 25 October 1943
     Charles Henry French was born on 5 March 1872 at Johnson Co., IN. He married Phoebe Agnes Caylor on 17 November 1894 at Howard Co., IN. Charles Henry French died on 25 October 1943 at Kokomo, Howard Co., IN, at age 71. He was buried in October 1943 at Johnson Co., IN, Findagrave #45531280.

Child of Charles Henry French and Phoebe Agnes Caylor

Cora Estelle French1

F, b. April 1881, d. 2 September 1952
     Cora Estelle French was born in April 1881 at South Dakota.1 She married John M. Hansen circa 1901.1 Cora Estelle French died on 2 September 1952 at Hennepin Co., MN, at age 71.

Child of Cora Estelle French and John M. Hansen

Citations

  1. [S2358] 1910 Federal Census, Brookings County, South Dakota. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T624, Roll 1476; FHL #1375489.

Dr. Daniel French

M, b. circa 1715, d. 1775
     Dr. Daniel French was born circa 1715 at Hingham, Plymouth Co., MA. He was the son of Stephen French and Abigail Beal. Dr. Daniel French married Mary Lane, daughter of Ebenezer Lane and Mary Leavitt, on 3 January 1744 at Hingham, Plymouth Co., MA. Dr. Daniel French died in 1775 at Weymouth, Norfolk Co., MA. He lived at Commercial Street, nearly opposite the foot of Grant Street, East Weymouth, Norfolk Co., MA.

Edith Roxie French

F, b. 10 January 1900, d. 14 June 1975
     Edith Roxie French was born on 10 January 1900 at Greentown, Howard Co., IN. She was the daughter of Charles Henry French and Phoebe Agnes Caylor. Edith Roxie French married Herbert Alonzo Ulsh, son of Alonzo Ulsh and Emma J. Flinn. Edith Roxie French died on 14 June 1975 at Indianapolis, Marion Co., IN, at age 75. She was buried in June 1975 at Kokomo Memorial Park Cemetery, Kokomo, Howard Co., IN, Findagrave #45547943.

Children of Edith Roxie French and Herbert Alonzo Ulsh

Citations

  1. [S2604] 1940 Federal Census, Howard County, Indiana. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T627, Roll 1053.

Elbert French

M, b. 7 July 1924, d. 22 October 1993
     Elbert French was also known as "Gene". He was born on 7 July 1924 at Illinois. He was the son of John Robert French and Ina Bragg. Elbert French married Pauline G. Beverlin, daughter of John Thomas Beverlin and Zella Birt, on 8 February 1947 at Newton, Jasper Co., IL. Elbert French died on 22 October 1993 at Illinois at age 69 Obituary (findagrave.com):

Gene French of Newton passed away on October 22, 1993. Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. on Monday, October 25, 1993 at the Buchanan Funeral Home, Newton, IL with Rev. Norman C. Sloan officiating. Burial will be in the Brick Cemetery, rural Newton.

He married Pauline G. Beverlin on Feb. 8, 1947 in Newton, Illinois. He worked for Norris Electric Cooperative in Newton for many years.

Gene is survived by his wife, Pauline French of Newton. Two children, John R. French and Jeanne (Mike) Weber both of Newton; three grandchildren, Jackie, Michael and Justin.

He was buried in October 1993 at Brick Cemetery, Newton, Jasper Co., IL, Find A Grave Memorial# 65572398.

Elizabeth French

F, b. 8 July 1862, d. 13 February 1920
     Elizabeth French was also known as "Lizzie". She was born on 8 July 1862 at Connecticut. She was the daughter of James French and Susan McCullough. Elizabeth French married Dr. Lewis Samuel Larimore, son of Daniel Larimore and Samantha Catherine Essex, circa 1891.
Note: from Tracy Devault:

After Lewis died, Lizzie moved to Seattle, Washington. She took her oldest son and one (William) of her twin sons. The other twin (Frank) was left in Ohio to be raised by his aunt and uncle. Why she split her twins is a mystery. In the process, son Frank began using a birth date that was exactly a year later than the correct date. The fact that they were twins is confirmed by Ohio Birth Records:

From the film for Fairfield Co OH births.
Frank C. Laramore
William B. Laramore
both born 26 Apr 1896
Baltimore, Liberty Twp., Fairfield Co OH
Lewis S. Laramore and Lizzie L. French, parents
reported by N.P. Miller
Vol. 3, p. 173 Deaths.


Elizabeth French died on 13 February 1920 at Swedish Hospital, Seattle, King Co., WA, at age 57 Arteriosclerosis and kidney failure. She was buried in February 1920 at Evergreen Washelli Memorial Park, Seattle, King Co., WA.

Children of Elizabeth French and Dr. Lewis Samuel Larimore