Charles Henry Masengill

M, b. 18 February 1883, d. 2 November 1957
     Charles Henry Masengill was born on 18 February 1883. He was the son of Henry H. Masengill and Margaret A. McClellan. Charles Henry Masengill married Sara Matilda Akard, daughter of Abel Bartholomew Akard and Ida Hancher, on 25 June 1913. Charles Henry Masengill died on 2 November 1957 at age 74. He was buried in November 1957 at Blountville Cemetery, Blountville, Sullivan Co., TN, Findagrave #66734795.

Child of Charles Henry Masengill and Sara Matilda Akard

Henry H. Masengill

M, b. 18 June 1853, d. 7 November 1940
     Henry H. Masengill was born on 18 June 1853. He married Margaret A. McClellan on 19 September 1880. Henry H. Masengill died on 7 November 1940 at age 87. He was buried in November 1940 at Blountville Cemetery, Blountville, Sullivan Co., TN, Findagrave #66735306.

Child of Henry H. Masengill and Margaret A. McClellan

Ida Margaret Masengill

F, b. 16 May 1914, d. 29 April 2009
     Ida Margaret Masengill was born on 16 May 1914 at Blountville, Sullivan Co., TN. She was the daughter of Charles Henry Masengill and Sara Matilda Akard. Ida Margaret Masengill married Charlton Ross DeVault, son of Orgie Milton DeVault and Georgia Sprinkle Meredith, in 1939. Ida Margaret Masengill died on 29 April 2009 at Kingsport, Sullivan Co., TN, at age 94

Obituaries:

King College News, September 2, 2009

Margaret Masengill DeVault (‘35)

Margaret Masengill DeVault (‘35) was born in 1914 to attorney Charles H. Masengill and Sara Akard Masengill in Blountville, Tenn., and passed away April 29, 2009. She received a two-year degree from Virginia Intermont College in Bristol and a four-year degree from King College. Margaret had the highest grade point average of her graduating class at King College and was also selected the College's May Queen. In 1939, Margaret married Chauncey DeVault. She taught mathematics and geometry at Blountville High School before moving to Bristol with her husband. In 1945, Chauncey and Margaret opened DeVault's Sporting Goods Store in Bristol, Va. Margaret later taught at Fairmount Elementary School in Bristol, Tenn., and then moved to Vance Junior High School, where she taught mathematics until she retired in 1979. Margaret served her community as a member of the Bristol Charter Review Committee and the Bristol Planning Commission. In 1982, Margaret was elected to the Sullivan County Commission, where she served the county for 12 years.


Bristol Herald Courier, April 29, 2009

Margaret DeVault

Margaret Masengill DeVault was born in 1914 to attorney Charles H. Masengill and Sara Akard Masengill in Blountville, Tenn. She received a two-year degree from Virginia Intermont College in Bristol and a four-year degree from King College. Margaret had the highest grade point average of her graduating class at King College and was also selected the College's May Queen.

In 1939, Margaret married Chauncey DeVault, who had played football at Kingsport's Dobyns-Bennett High School and had captained Emory & Henry College's football team. As Chauncey matriculated for his master's degree at Columbia University and received specialized naval training at Princeton University, he and Margaret temporarily relocated to New York City and then to Princeton, N.J. Margaret lived with her parents in Blountville while Chauncey served as a naval officer in the Pacific theater during World War II.

Margaret and Chauncey are survived by three children; daughter, Meredith DeVault Pence resides in Nashville, Tenn., with her husband Ken and their two children, Charlton DeVault Pence and Meredith Masengill Pence. Meredith is a senior counsel to the Tennessee Attorney General and her husband Ken is a professor at Vanderbilt University; son, Merle Masengill DeVault is retired from his management position at Levi-Strauss and continues to live in San Francisco; and son, Charlton R. DeVault Jr. practices law in Kingsport, Tenn.

Growing up, Margaret's three children listened in amazement as their mother recounted episodes of her sojourn in the northeast, described her naive walks through New York's Harlem district and Central Park, her rides on the city's subway system, and told them about her acquaintance with Albert Einstein at Princeton. Margaret's memories of her repeated trips from Bristol to San Francisco on troop trains to see Chauncey after his ship had docked for leave are bittersweet. She had to watch from the Golden Gate Bridge as her husband sailed back out to war.

Margaret taught mathematics and geometry at Blountville High School before moving to Bristol with her husband. Chauncey had coached at Appalachia Virginia High School and Virginia High School and had been principal of Virginia High School immediately before the war. In 1945, Chauncey and Margaret opened DeVault's Sporting Goods Store in Bristol Virginia. Chauncey operated the store and also served as president of Major League Baseball's Appalachian Rookie League until his death in 1980.

After her youngest child was of school age, Margaret began teaching the fifth grade at Fairmount Elementary School in Bristol Tennessee. During the mid-1960s Margaret transferred to Vance Junior High School, where she taught mathematics until she retired in 1979. Margaret was active in various State Street United Methodist Church circles and classes, in local Bristol book clubs and in the Daughters of the American Revolution.

Margaret also served her community as a member of the Bristol Charter Review Committee and the Bristol Planning Commission. In 1982, Margaret was elected to the Sullivan County Commission, where she represented her Bristol constituency and the entire county for 12 years. In addition to chairing the county's administrative committee and serving on various other committees, Margaret chaired specially designated justice center committees which promoted, co-ordinated, planned and monitored the construction of the Kingsport Justice Center and the Sullivan County Justice Center in Blountville, Tenn. Her justice center committee also initiated the planning for the City County building in Bristol.

At the time of her death on Wednesday, April 29, 2009, Margaret was residing at The Oaks in Kingsport, Tenn.

The memorial service for Mrs. DeVault will be held at 3 o'clock Saturday, May 2, 2009, at State Street United Methodist Church, with the Rev. Dr. Mike Jackson officiating. The family will receive friends immediately following the service. The committal service will be at 3 o'clock Sunday, May 3, 2009, in Glenwood Cemetery.

In memoriam, the family requests that contributions be made to the State Street United Methodist Church, 300 W. Valley Drive, Bristol, VA 24201. Condolences and memories may be sent to and viewed by visiting www.oakley-cook.com.

Mrs. DeVault and her family are in the care of Oakley Cook Funeral Home and Crematory.


Newspaper article:

Long-time Sullivan County officials are mourning the loss of one of their own this week, following the death Wednesday of Margaret Massengill DeVault.

A memorial service is scheduled for 3 p.m. Saturday at the State Street Methodist Church.

DeVault represented the city of Bristol on the Sullivan County Commission from 1982 to 1994. She also taught fifth-grade classes at Fairmount Elementary School and math at Vance Middle School before retiring in 1979.

“She was just an exceptional commissioner,” said County Commissioner John McKamey of Piney Flats. “She served on the commission just like she taught school. She did everything by the book.”

McKamey said he worked side-by-side with DeVault when she served on the commission. They were especially tight at the end of her tenure when McKamey served as county executive and DeVault chaired the commission’s Administrative Committee.

In addition to her duties with that committee, DeVault headed up the commission’s justice center committees, which played a role in designing and building the Kingsport and Blountville Justice Centers.

“She stayed on top of everything,” McKamey said. “Her mind was as sharp as a tack.”

DeVault was 94 at the time of her death and is survived by three children: Meredith Pence, Merle DeVault and Charlton DeVault.


She was buried in May 2009 at Glenwood Cemetery, Bristol, Sullivan Co., TN.

Creola Mashburn1

F, b. 1 January 1899, d. 18 November 1927
     Creola Mashburn was born on 1 January 1899 at Unicoi Co. (probably), TN.1 She was the daughter of Joseph Anderson Mashburn and Mary Elizabeth Rice.1 Creola Mashburn married Alpha Enos Kitzmiller, son of John Eldridge Kitzmiller and Frances Elizabeth Hammet. Creola Mashburn died on 18 November 1927 at age 28. She was buried in November 1927 at Beulah Community Cemetery, Kingsport, Sullivan Co., TN, Find A Grave Memorial# 55226589.

Children of Creola Mashburn and Alpha Enos Kitzmiller

Citations

  1. [S3859] 1900 Federal Census, Unicoi County, Tennessee. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 1602; FHL #1241602.
  2. [S3855] 1930 Federal Census, Sullivan County, Tennessee. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T626, Roll 1181; FHL #2342015.

Joseph Anderson Mashburn1

M, b. May 1874, d. 15 May 1946
     Joseph Anderson Mashburn was born in May 1874 at Tennessee.1 He married Mary Elizabeth Rice circa 1896.1 Joseph Anderson Mashburn died on 15 May 1946 at Unicoi Co., TN.

Child of Joseph Anderson Mashburn and Mary Elizabeth Rice

Citations

  1. [S3859] 1900 Federal Census, Unicoi County, Tennessee. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 1602; FHL #1241602.

Clifford Henry Masingill

M, b. 12 March 1927, d. 13 August 2020
     Clifford Henry Masingill was born on 12 March 1927 at Napa, Canyon Co., ID. He was the son of Tollie Lee Masingill and Nettie Mildred Bradley. Clifford Henry Masingill married Shirley Jean Harper on 27 December 1948 at Payette, Payette Co., ID. Clifford Henry Masingill died on 13 August 2020 at Payette, Payette Co., ID, at age 93

Obituary -- (Findagrave.com):

Cliff was born March 12, 1927 in Nampa, ID and 18 months later was joined by brother Tobe. His parents Tollie and Nettie Masingill had started Gem Electric, (which later became Masingill’s Furniture and Appliance), in Payette doing electrical work. Nettie cared for the babies in an upstairs apartment and tended to the store below. His childhood was spent on Main Street, Cliff was lively and accident prone but somehow managed to survive. He had many friends in which to play sports, and he especially enjoyed playing baseball. Cliff was not a serious student but was popular and elected to many offices and team captainships.

He played on two Jr. Legion Idaho State Champion teams, then joined the Navy in 1945. He was on boot leave on VJ Day. Attending the U of I on a baseball scholarship for two years he pledged ATO and was President of the pledge class. On December 27, 1948 he married Shirley Harper, daughter of his baseball coach. He joined the 190th Fighter Squadron in 1951 and was in Valdosta, GA when son Scott was born. The family moved to Victorville, CA and he played baseball for George AF Base. In 1952 they moved back to Payette, where Claire and Kay were born.

He co-owned/worked at Masingill’s until 1985, when he retired. His most notable accomplishment was the spearheading and building of the Scotch Pines Golf Course in 1962. He and a of group volunteers built the course one summer in the evenings AFTER work. After retirement, he immediately promoted, planned, arranged financing, and helped to build a second nine holes that opened in 1988. He served as President of the Board until 2005, with the goal of creating an extremely “inclusive” public golf course.

Cliff was active in the JC’s and among other projects, restarted the Blossom Festival, that had been cancelled during WWII. Cliff was a model citizen, he served on the City Council, was on the Boards of Directors and instrumental in the construction of both the Payette City Pool and Harmon Killebrew Field.

He loved to golf, won the Scotch Pines Club Championship a number of times and shot his age consistently. He also played semi-pro baseball on the Payette Packers until age 30, enjoyed coaching/spectating all kid’s sports and a vigorous whiffle ball game in the back yard.

Cliff is survived by his children, Scott (Laurie) Masingill, Claire (Tom) Ames, and Kay (Phil) Pittman; 12 grandchildren, Toby Ames, Sam Ames, Libby (Dan) Walters, Ryan (Jennifer) Masingill, Jeff (Caitlin) Masingill, Cameron (Emily) Frey, Ross (Stacy) Pittman, Megan (Tim) Boerner, Mitch (Jody) Pittman, Anna (Seth) Bodas, Michelle Frey, and Michael Frey; and 21 great grandchildren.

Cliff was preceded in death by his parents; his wife of 65 years Shirley; brother Tobe; and great grandson Bradley Pittman.

There will be no funeral service, due to Covid-19 concerns. The family would like to invite you to an outdoor reception Wednesday, August 19th from 6 pm to 8 pm at Scotch Pines patio/18th green. There will be chocolate dessert and whipped cream (Cliff’s favorite)! The family would also like to thank the entire staff at Royal Villa in Payette for their compassionate and professional care during the last year of Cliff’s life.

Cliff founded the Scotch Pines GC Foundation a 501 (c) (3) and tax-deductible donations may be sent to PO Box 13, Payette, ID 83661, or dropped off at the course. Also, in Cliff’s memory, make a tee time wherever you play, give 100% EFFORT on EVERY shot, and think of everything that Cliff so generously contributed to residents of the Lower Treasure Valley.

He was buried in August 2020 at Riverside Cemetery, Payette, Payette Co., ID, Findagrave #214397026.

Roland Lee Masingill

M, b. 29 September 1928, d. 5 January 2009
     Roland Lee Masingill was also known as "Tobe". He was born on 29 September 1928 at Nampa, Canyon Co., ID. He was the son of Tollie Lee Masingill and Nettie Mildred Bradley. Roland Lee Masingill married Helen Lucille Jenkins on 19 August 1950 at Payette Co., ID. Roland Lee Masingill died on 5 January 2009 at Payette, Payette Co., ID, at age 80

Obituary -- (Findagrave.com):

R.L. "Tobe" Masingill, age 80, of Payette, passed away Monday, Jan. 5, 2009 at a care facility in Payette. Memorial services will be at 3:00 p.m., Friday, Jan. 9, 2009 at St. James Episcopal Church, Payette. Inurnment will follow at Riverside Cemetery, Payette. Services are under the direction of Shaffer-Jensen Memory Chapel, Payette.

Tobe was born at his grandparent's house in Nampa, ID on Sept. 29, 1928 to Tollie and Nettie Masingill. His parents moved to Payette and started Gem Electric Company in downtown Payette and that is where Tobe and his brother, Cliff grew up. They lived above the store and spent their childhood playing on Main Street while their parents operated the business. Tobe was obsessed with baseball! He played on every team that he could find. He played youth baseball while spending time with his grandparents in Nampa. He played high school baseball for Payette High School, during the summers he played Jr. Legion baseball on a winning team that captured two state championships. Then, with a baseball scholarship, he went on to play for the University of Idaho where in a newspaper article in 1950 he was reported as being the number one baseball player for the University up to that year. After graduating from college with an engineering degree, he moved back to Payette with his wife, Bettie. He joined the Air National Guard and in 1951, the 190th Squadron was assigned to active duty. Tobe, along with his brother Cliff, was sent to Valdosta, Georgia. While away, his wife gave birth to Brad, the first of three children. After a short stay there, he moved his family to Victorville, CA and served his country at George AFB, and had the honor of playing baseball on the team that won the southern division championship. He moved back to Payette in 1952, went to work at the family business with his dad, mom, and brother. In 1953, his daughter, Lee was born and in 1955, his daughter, Anne was born. His life's passions were rooted in the town of Payette. He helped reinstate the Apples Blossom Festival; he served as president of the Jaycees and Chamber of Commerce; was state president for the opponents of the sales tax initiative; was instrumental in building the golf course; started a local investor's club; bowled every Wednesday night for over 50 years; played baseball on a town team known as the Payette Packers; while in his 60's played second base on a softball team with his son Brad and son-in-law Lee. He coached baseball, hunted, fished and played golf. Tobe lived a life full of taking care of his family, working to make Payette a great place to live and tending to the customers of Masingill's Furniture. He is survived by his son Brad, and his wife Robin of Payette; daughter, Lee and her husband Lee Nelson of Payette; daughter, Anne Masingill of Payette; brother, Cliff Masingill and wife Shirley of Payette; grandchildren, Brandon and Eben Masingill of Payette, Kelli Rich and her husband Cody of Nampa, and Alex Masingill of Payette; two special little great-grandsons, Kalen and Carson Rich; and special friends, Felicia and Leticia Parraz; and many nieces, nephews and cousins. Other special members of his family are Leisa, Kristen, and Megan. Tobe was preceded in death by his parents; Bettie, his wife of 51 years; son-in-law, Tom Evans; brother-in-law, Warren McCain; nephew, Mark McCain; brother-in-law and sister-in-law, Bud and Bettie Jenkins; and sister-in-law, Margaret Jenkins. A special thank you goes to all those who offered love and care during the last three years of Tobe's life; including Kyle, who became his golfing partner for his last 90 rounds of golf and the staff of Royal Villa who allowed him to live out his last days with dignity.

He was buried in January 2009 at Riverside Cemetery, Payette, Payette Co., ID, Findagrave #49520310.

Tollie Lee Masingill

M, b. 25 June 1904, d. 13 September 1973
     Tollie Lee Masingill was born on 25 June 1904 son of William H. and Anna (Venis) Masingill of Conway County, Arkansas. He married Nettie Mildred Bradley, daughter of Henry Ellis Bradley and Rosa Ellen Gilbert, on 18 October 1925 at Canyon Co., ID. Tollie Lee Masingill died on 13 September 1973 at age 69. He was buried in September 1973 at Riverside Cemetery, Payette, Payette Co., ID.

Children of Tollie Lee Masingill and Nettie Mildred Bradley

Alfred Maynard Mason

M, b. 16 July 1904, d. 20 December 1953
     Alfred Maynard Mason was born on 16 July 1904 at Jasper Twp., Fayette Co., OH.1 He was the son of Edward Dennison Mason and Sarah Ellen Coil. Alfred Maynard Mason married Olivia East, daughter of Branson Otto East and Sarah Anna Burba, circa 1927. Alfred Maynard Mason died on 20 December 1953 at Midland, Clinton Co., OH, at age 49. He was buried in December 1953 at New Holland Cemetery, New Holland, Pickaway Co., OH.

Children of Alfred Maynard Mason and Olivia East

Citations

  1. [S1609] 1910 Federal Census, Fayette County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T624, Roll 1179; FHL #1375192.
  2. [S1358] 1930 Federal Census, Clark County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T626, Roll 1756; FHL #2341491.

Almira Mason

F, b. 29 December 1807, d. 16 February 1893
     Almira Mason was born on 29 December 1807 at Cortland Co., NY. She married Nelson Burdick on 1 January 1831. Almira Mason died on 16 February 1893 at age 85.

Child of Almira Mason and Nelson Burdick

Andrew Mason

M, b. 25 December 1855
     Andrew Mason was born on 25 December 1855.1 He was the son of Samuel Mason and Mary (?)1 Andrew Mason married Eva Thomas, daughter of Nathan Thomas and Sarah Price, on 4 March 1877, Ceremony by Rev. Sisby.1 Andrew Mason lived in 1926 at 2562 N. Gratz Street, Philadelphia, Philadelphia Co., PA.1

Children of Andrew Mason and Eva Thomas

Citations

  1. [S82] Price Genealogy, 382.

Anna M. Mason

F, b. 17 May 1879
     Anna M. Mason was born on 17 May 1879 at Philadelphia, Philadelphia Co., PA.1 She was the daughter of Andrew Mason and Eva Thomas. Anna M. Mason married William Lunzer on 3 June 1902.1

Child of Anna M. Mason and William Lunzer

Citations

  1. [S82] Price Genealogy, 382.

Apollonia Mason

F, b. 1780
     Apollonia Mason married Aaron Maple at Pennsylvania. Apollonia Mason was born in 1780. She was the daughter of John Maurer and Appolonia Becker.

Catherine Mason

F, b. circa 1765
     Catherine Mason died at Ohio. She was born circa 1765. She was the daughter of John Maurer and Appolonia Becker. Catherine Mason married John Catt circa 1785.

Charles Dickens Mason1

M, b. 1 January 1894, d. 21 April 1964
     Charles Dickens Mason was born on 1 January 1894 at Benton Co., AR.1 He married Wanda Josephine Wileman on 28 November 1916.1 Charles Dickens Mason died on 21 April 1964 at Bentonville, Benton Co., AR, at age 70.

Child of Charles Dickens Mason and Wanda Josephine Wileman

Citations

  1. [S2242] 1930 Federal Census, Richardson County, Nebraska. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T626, Roll 1291; FHL #2341026.

Charles E. Mason

M
     Charles E. Mason married Dorothy L. Williamson on 9 March 1923 at Grant Co., IN.

Chester Arthur Mason1

M, b. August 1883
     Chester Arthur Mason was born in August 1883 at Kansas.1 He was the son of Walter Lowrie Mason and Harriet Isabella Barr.1

Citations

  1. [S1033] 1900 Federal Census, Sumner County, Kansas. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 501; FHL #1240501.

Christina Mason

F, b. circa 1767
     Christina Mason was born circa 1767. She was the daughter of John Maurer and Appolonia Becker. Christina Mason married Henry Franks circa 1787.

Edward Dennison Mason

M, b. 21 April 1872, d. 10 April 1961
     Edward Dennison Mason was born on 21 April 1872 at Ohio.1 He married Sarah Ellen Coil, daughter of James Russell Coil and Mary Sarah Sanderson. Edward Dennison Mason died on 10 April 1961 at Washington Court House, Fayette Co., OH, at age 88. He was buried in April 1961 at Sugar Creek / Coil Cemetery, Union Twp., Fayette Co., OH.

Children of Edward Dennison Mason and Sarah Ellen Coil

Citations

  1. [S263] 1900 Federal Census, Fayette County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 1266; FHL #1241266.

Edwin Gaillard Mason

M
     Edwin Gaillard Mason married Pauline Martha L'Huillier.

Child of Edwin Gaillard Mason and Pauline Martha L'Huillier

Edwin L'Huillier Mason

M, b. 8 April 1898, d. 28 April 1971
     Edwin L'Huillier Mason was born on 8 April 1898 at Manhattan, New York Co., NY. He was the son of Edwin Gaillard Mason and Pauline Martha L'Huillier. Edwin L'Huillier Mason married Josephine Camilla Roulette, daughter of William Updegraf Roulette and Bertha Elizabeth Schindel, on 14 September 1929. Edwin L'Huillier Mason died on 28 April 1971 at Keyser, Mineral Co., WV, at age 73.

Elizabeth Mason

F, b. 1778, d. 1855
     Elizabeth Mason was born in 1778. She was the daughter of John Maurer and Appolonia Becker. Elizabeth Mason married Peter Joseph Rich circa 1798 at Ohio. Elizabeth Mason died in 1855.

Ellen L. Mason1

F, b. 1848, d. 16 March 1926
     Ellen L. Mason was born in 1848 at Erie Co., OH, 1900 census shows 1853.1 She married Charles Mann Hiles circa 1877.1 Ellen L. Mason died on 16 March 1926 at Windermere, Orange Co., FL. She was buried in March 1926 at Lake View Cemetery, Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co., OH, Findagrave #28160773.

Child of Ellen L. Mason and Charles Mann Hiles

Citations

  1. [S435] 1900 Federal Census, Cuyahoga County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Rolls 1252 - 1261; FHL #1241252 - 61.

Emerson Grant Mason

M, b. 14 October 1899, d. 2 June 1972
     Emerson Grant Mason was born on 14 October 1899 at Jasper Twp., Fayette Co., OH.1 He was the son of Edward Dennison Mason and Sarah Ellen Coil. Emerson Grant Mason died on 2 June 1972 at Dayton, Montgomery Co., OH, at age 72 dates from SSDI. He was buried in June 1972 at Sugar Creek / Coil Cemetery, Union Twp., Fayette Co., OH.
Note: Did not marry.

Citations

  1. [S263] 1900 Federal Census, Fayette County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 1266; FHL #1241266.

Ethel Lois Mason1

F, b. 23 April 1890, d. 9 May 1988
     Ethel Lois Mason was born on 23 April 1890 at Kansas.1 She was the daughter of Walter Lowrie Mason and Sarah Louisa Parrett.1 Ethel Lois Mason married Clarence Raymond Ferguson, son of Hiram Brewer Ferguson and Sarah Ellen Rankin, in 1912. Ethel Lois Mason died on 9 May 1988 at Wichita, Sedgwick Co., KS, at age 98.

Children of Ethel Lois Mason and Clarence Raymond Ferguson

Citations

  1. [S1033] 1900 Federal Census, Sumner County, Kansas. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 501; FHL #1240501.

Eva Mason

F, b. 20 May 1909
     Eva Mason was born on 20 May 1909 at Philadelphia, Philadelphia Co., PA.1 She was the daughter of Robert A. Mason and Hannah Dunn.

Citations

  1. [S82] Price Genealogy, 382.

George Mason

M
     George Mason married Lena B. Blue, daughter of James Jefferson Blue and Emaline Frankelberry, circa 1881.

George Mason

M, b. 27 September 1774, d. 27 April 1851
     George Mason was born on 27 September 1774. He was the son of John Maurer and Appolonia Becker. George Mason died on 27 April 1851 at Pennsylvania at age 76.

Gerald Harold Mason

M, b. 14 March 1907, d. 1 March 1946
     Gerald Harold Mason was born on 14 March 1907 at Nebraska. He was the son of William Garrett Mason and Anna Fritzges. Gerald Harold Mason married Zelma Alta Munsinger, daughter of Royal David Munsinger and Cora Melvina Holton. Gerald Harold Mason died on 1 March 1946 at age 38 WW II military service.

Goldie Marie Mason1

F, b. 4 March 1911, d. 8 June 1986
     Goldie Marie Mason was born on 4 March 1911 at Iowa.1 She married Harry Francis Collins. Goldie Marie Mason died on 8 June 1986 at Des Moines, Polk Co., IA, at age 75. She was buried in June 1986 at Laurel Hill Cemetery, Des Moines, Polk Co., IA, Findagrave #167670707.

Child of Goldie Marie Mason and Harry Francis Collins

Citations

  1. [S3154] 1940 Federal Census, Mahaska County, Iowa. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T627, Roll 1180.