Henrietta Nacy

F
     Henrietta Nacy married Jacob Meyer.

Child of Henrietta Nacy and Jacob Meyer

Albert Naehring1

M, b. August 1854, d. 2 May 1942
     Albert Naehring was born in August 1854 at Germany.1 He married Louise Runge circa 1884.1 Albert Naehring died on 2 May 1942 at Akron, Summit Co., OH, at age 87. He was buried in May 1942 at Mount Peace Cemetery, Akron, Summit Co., OH, Findagrave #20471103.

Child of Albert Naehring and Louise Runge

Citations

  1. [S2590] 1900 Federal Census, Summit County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 1324; FHL #1241324.

Erna M. Naehring

F, b. 9 February 1899, d. 30 June 1993
     Erna M. Naehring was born on 9 February 1899 at Akron, Summit Co., OH. She was the daughter of Albert Naehring and Louise Runge.1 Erna M. Naehring married Carl W. Bline, son of Willis Jackson Bline and Jennie Barbara Coffman, on 17 July 1920 at Summit Co., OH. Erna M. Naehring died on 30 June 1993 at Orange Co., CA, at age 94.

Children of Erna M. Naehring and Carl W. Bline

Citations

  1. [S2590] 1900 Federal Census, Summit County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 1324; FHL #1241324.
  2. [S2592] 1940 Federal Census, Summit County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T627, Roll 3153.

Orin Chris Naeve Sr.

M, b. 25 December 1917, d. 3 September 1966
     Orin Chris Naeve Sr. was born on 25 December 1917 at Clinton, Clinton Co., IA, WW II draft registration. He married Ella Caroline Kruse on 1 June 1938 at Lyons, Clinton Co., IA. Orin Chris Naeve Sr. died on 3 September 1966 at University Hospitals, Iowa City, Johnson Co., IA, at age 48. He was buried in September 1966 at Oakland Cemetery, Clinton, Clinton Co., IA.

Charles Naffziger

M, b. 31 July 1885, d. 8 April 1961
     Charles Naffziger was born on 31 July 1885 at Danvers, McLean Co., IL, per 1900 census. On his 1916 marriage license application, he gave the birth year as 1883.1 He was the son of Valentine Naffziger and Henrietta Naffziger.1 Charles Naffziger married Nona E. Hainline, daughter of Henry G. Hainline and Alice Rose McClellan, on 24 May 1916 at Fountain Co., IN, Charles remarried to Velma Hall (Wantland) in 1944. Charles Naffziger and Nona E. Hainline were divorced before 1944. Charles Naffziger died on 8 April 1961 at Decatur, Macon Co., IL, at age 75. He was buried in April 1961 at Graceland Cemetery, Decatur, Macon Co., IL, Findagrave #93727464.

Citations

  1. [S5424] 1900 Federal Census, Lawrence County, Illinois. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Rolls 317-8 ; FHL #1240317-8.

MSgt. Charles Naffziger Jr.

M, b. 16 February 1919, d. 28 March 1971
     MSgt. Charles Naffziger Jr. was also known as Charles Sherwood.1 He was born on 16 February 1919 at Chillicothe, Peoria Co., IL, Charles was listed on the 2 January, 1920 federal census as Charles Sherwood, grandson of Charles Naffziger and his wife Nona, age ten months. It appears that, while he was still very young, his mother determined to make a new life on the west coast and left him to be raised by her mother and stepfather. Thus he was called Charles Naffziiger, Jr., and there is no evidence that he was aware of the subterfuge. In 1940, he was called "brother in-law" to Bessie's husband, Robert Snyder, indicating that Robert did not know he was Bessie's son. DLB 2021.1

He was the son of Bessie May Wendell. MSgt. Charles Naffziger Jr. married Chong Ok. MSgt. Charles Naffziger Jr. began military service WW II, Korea, and Vietnam war service, U.S. Army and U.S. Air Force. He lived in April 1961 at England, per his step-father's obituary. He died on 28 March 1971 at Seoul, South Korea, at age 52. He was buried in 1971 at Yanghwajin Foreign Misisonary Cemetery, Seoul, Seoul Special City, South Korea, Findagrave #79364118.

Citations

  1. [S2058] 1920 Federal Census, Tazewell County, Illinois. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T625, Roll 410.

Henrietta Naffziger1

F, b. 12 June 1848, d. 29 March 1924
     Henrietta Naffziger was born on 12 June 1848 at Butler Co., OH.2,1 She married Valentine Naffziger on 28 February 1867 at McLean Co., IL. Henrietta Naffziger died on 29 March 1924 at Lawrenceville, Lawrence Co., IL, at age 75. She was buried in April 1924 at Park Lawn Cemetery, Danvers, McLean Co., IL, Findagrave #133858770.
Note: Looking at the 1850 census listing for Henrietta's family, and considering Germany spelling and pronunciation, the original surname could have been Knafzinger. I assume there was a known familial relationship between Henrietta's paternal ancestry and that of Valentine. DLB 2021.

Child of Henrietta Naffziger and Valentine Naffziger

Citations

  1. [S5424] 1900 Federal Census, Lawrence County, Illinois. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Rolls 317-8 ; FHL #1240317-8.
  2. [S569] 1850 Federal Census, Butler County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M432, Roll 663.

Valentine Naffziger1

M, b. 12 March 1842, d. 11 May 1927
     Valentine Naffziger was born on 12 March 1842 at Hessen, Germany.1 He married Henrietta Naffziger on 28 February 1867 at McLean Co., IL. Valentine Naffziger died on 11 May 1927 at Normal, McLean Co., IL, at age 85. He was buried in May 1927 at Park Lawn Cemetery, Danvers, McLean Co., IL, Findagrave #133858757.

Child of Valentine Naffziger and Henrietta Naffziger

Citations

  1. [S5424] 1900 Federal Census, Lawrence County, Illinois. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Rolls 317-8 ; FHL #1240317-8.

Daniel Benjamin Nafziger1

M, b. 1 March 1889, d. 8 June 1975
     Daniel Benjamin Nafziger was born on 1 March 1889 at Hopedale, Tazewell Co., IL,

Obituary -- (Findagrave.com):

Nafziger, Daniel B., son of Joseph and Elizabeth (Greiser) Nafziger, was born at Hopedale, Ill., Mar. 1, 1889; died at Hopedale Medical Complex on June 8, 1975; aged 86 y.

On June 6, 1915, he was married to Eva M. Sutter, who survives.

Also surviving are 4 sons (Herbert, Donald, James, and Delmar), 5 daughters (Vietta Heffner, Fannie Urish, Mary Livesay, Mrs. Irene Frakes, and Ruth Mason), 26 grandchildren, 4 great-grandchildren, 2 brothers (William and Chris), 3 half brothers (John, Menno, and Albert Birky), one stepbrother (Simon), and one sister (Mrs. Bertha Kipfer).

Several brothers and sisters preceded him in death.

He was a member of the Hopedale Mennonite Church, where funeral services were held on June 11, in charge of J. W. Davis and Elmo Springer; interment in Hopedale Mennonite Cemetery.

Gospel Herald - Vol. 68, No. 26 - July 1, 1975 - p. 490.1

He married Eva Mae Sutter circa 1905.1 Daniel Benjamin Nafziger died on 8 June 1975 at Hopedale, Tazewell Co., IL, at age 86 Findagrave #44164995. He was buried in June 1975 at Hopedale Mennonite Cemetery, Hopedale, Tazewell Co., IL, Findagrave #Findagrave #44164995.

Child of Daniel Benjamin Nafziger and Eva Mae Sutter

Citations

  1. [S2466] 1930 Federal Census, Tazewell County, Illinois. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T626, Roll 562; FHL #2340297.

Fannie Elizabeth Nafziger

F, b. 18 August 1923, d. 3 May 2016
     Fannie Elizabeth Nafziger was born on 18 August 1923 at Hopedale, Tazewell Co., IL.1 She was the daughter of Daniel Benjamin Nafziger and Eva Mae Sutter.1 Fannie Elizabeth Nafziger married Edgar Harry Urish, son of Harry Urish and Anna J. Jibben, on 29 May 1943 at Barstow, San Bernardino Co., CA. Fannie Elizabeth Nafziger died on 3 May 2016 at Mt. Sterling, Brown Co., IL, at age 92

Obituary -- (Findagrave.com):

The Rushville Times, Wed, 11 May 2016 p 8 col 5

Fannie Urish

Mrs. Fannie Elizabeth Nafziger Urish, 92, of Mt. Sterling, died Tuesday, May 3, 2016, at Heritage Health, Therapy and Senior Care in Mt. Sterling.

She was born Aug. 18, 1923, near Hopedale, the daughter of Daniel Benjamin and Eva Sutter Nafziger.

She married Edgar Urish on May 29, 1943, in Barstow, Calif. He survives.

Survivors also include five children, Dana Briggs of Mt. Sterling, Paul (Gail) of Lorette, Manitoba, Joe of St. Louis, Mo., Joan (Rick) Dombrowski of Plainfield and Jeff (Jennifer) of Creve Coeur, Mo; six grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; two brothers, Don Nafziger of Tremont and Tim (sic, s/b Jim) Nafziger of Glen Ellyn; and two sisters, Irene Frakes of Aledo, Texas, and Ruth Nafziger of Hesston, Kans.

She was preceded in death by her parents; two sisters, Vietta Hefner and Mary Livesay; two brothers, Delmar and Herb Nafziger; and a grandson, Troy Lee Briggs.

She and her husband moved to rural Brown County in 1952. Fannie was an active farm wife and also worked a number of off the farm jobs during her lifetime, and was the custodian of South Grade School from 1980 - 1989.

Mrs. Urish was a member of the Mennonite Church of Hopedale, and faithfully attended the First Baptist Church in Mt. Sterling. She was a member of the Women's Missionary Society of the First Baptist Church and the Siloam Springs and Brown County Home Bureau.

Funeral services for Mrs. Urish were held Monday, May 9, 2016, at the First Baptist Church in Mt. Sterling with Rev. Aaron Foster officiating.

Graveside services were held at Monday afternoon, May 9, in the Green Valley Cemetery in Green Valley.

The Hendricker Funeral Home in Mt. Sterling was in charge of the arrangements. In lieu of flowers, memorials are suggested to the First Baptist Church of Mt. Sterling or the Brown County Public Library.

She was buried in May 2016 at Green Valley Cemetery, Green Valley, Tazewell Co., IL, Findagrave #197870000.

Citations

  1. [S2466] 1930 Federal Census, Tazewell County, Illinois. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T626, Roll 562; FHL #2340297.

Anna Maria Nagel

F, b. 29 September 1748, d. 19 January 1817
     Anna Maria Nagel was born on 29 September 1748. She married Johann Heinrich Kleppinger, son of Johann Georg Klöppinger and Anna Margretha Schreiner, in 1769. Anna Maria Nagel died on 19 January 1817 at Allen Twp., Northampton Co., PA, at age 68.

Barbara Nagel

F
     Barbara Nagel married Heinrich Jacob Utz.

Child of Barbara Nagel and Heinrich Jacob Utz

Clara Margaret Nagel1

F, b. 17 January 1897, d. 12 March 1924
     Clara Margaret Nagel was born on 17 January 1897 at Kansas.1 She married Estel H. Lyda on 25 December 1913 at Beckham Co., OK. Clara Margaret Nagel died on 12 March 1924 at age 27. She was buried in March 1924 at Fairlawn Cemetery, Elk City, Beckham Co., OK, Findagrave #75316655.

Child of Clara Margaret Nagel and Estel H. Lyda

Citations

  1. [S4383] 1920 Federal Census, Beckham County, Oklahoma. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T625, Roll 1451.

Emil N. Nagel

M, d. after April 1930
     Emil N. Nagel married Jennie S. Patton. Emil N. Nagel died after April 1930.

Child of Emil N. Nagel and Jennie S. Patton

Frederick Emil Nagel

M, b. 13 August 1874, d. 13 December 1954
     Frederick Emil Nagel was born on 13 August 1874 at Illinois.1 He was the son of Emil N. Nagel and Jennie S. Patton. Frederick Emil Nagel married Frances M. McCormick, daughter of Dr. Henry McCormick and Amanda Williams, on 7 June 1899 at Clinton Co., IA, Twp children born, one living as of 1910 census.2 Frederick Emil Nagel died on 13 December 1954 at Miami, Dade Co., FL, at age 80.

Child of Frederick Emil Nagel and Frances M. McCormick

Citations

  1. [S275] 1900 Federal Census, Cook County, Illinois. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Rolls 244 - 295; FHL #1240244 - 95.
  2. [S957] 1910 Federal Census, Cook County, Illinois. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T624, Rolls 237-283; FHL #1374254.

Frederick Emil Nagel Jr.1

M, b. 19 July 1902, d. December 1969
     Frederick Emil Nagel Jr. was born on 19 July 1902 at Cook Co., IL.1 He was the son of Frederick Emil Nagel and Frances M. McCormick.1 Frederick Emil Nagel Jr. married Florence Stahl, daughter of Charles Hempstead Stahl and Jessie E. Troxell, in 1926.2 Frederick Emil Nagel Jr. lived on 21 April 1930 at 448 Waiola Avenue, La Grange, Cook Co., IL, Salesman, tea and coffee supplier.2 He lived in 1945 at 2007 Gasparilla Drive, Ft. Myers, Lee Co., FL, Occupation: Army. He died in December 1969 at Dade Co., FL, at age 67. He was buried in 1969 at Vista Memorial Gardens, Miami Lakes, Miami-Dade Co., FL, Find A Grave Memorial# 172701724.

Child of Frederick Emil Nagel Jr. and Florence Stahl

Citations

  1. [S957] 1910 Federal Census, Cook County, Illinois. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T624, Rolls 237-283; FHL #1374254.
  2. [S1049] 1930 Federal Census, Cook County, Illinois. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T626, Rolls 413 - 508; FHL #2340148 - 2340243.

Louis W. Nagel

M, b. circa 1883
     Louis W. Nagel was born circa 1883. He married Hattie M. Windell, daughter of Lafayette Marquis Windell and Rebecca E. Dobson, on 7 July 1915 at Chicago, Cook Co., IL.

Stephen Frederic Nagel1

M, b. 9 March 1928, d. 17 April 2002
     Stephen Frederic Nagel was born on 9 March 1928 at Cook Co., IL.1 He was the son of Frederick Emil Nagel Jr. and Florence Stahl.1 Stephen Frederic Nagel lived in 1993 at 158 Rush Branch Road, Hohenwald, Lewis Co., TN. He died on 17 April 2002 at Venice, Sarasota Co., FL, at age 74.

Citations

  1. [S1049] 1930 Federal Census, Cook County, Illinois. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T626, Rolls 413 - 508; FHL #2340148 - 2340243.

Ida V. Nagle1

F, b. 17 January 1856, d. 20 March 1919
     Ida V. Nagle was born on 17 January 1856.1 She was the daughter of Samuel R. Nagle and Sophia E. Hambright.1 Ida V. Nagle married George W. Reifsnyder, son of James Reifsnyder and Sarah Price, on 18 February 1900.1 Ida V. Nagle died on 20 March 1919 at age 63.1

Citations

  1. [S82] Price Genealogy, 190.

John George Nagle

M, b. 15 February 1745, d. 3 June 1823
     John George Nagle was born on 15 February 1745 at Northampton Co., PA. He married Maria Catherina Kleppinger, daughter of Johann Georg Klöppinger and Anna Margretha Schreiner, circa 1769. John George Nagle died on 3 June 1823 at Hanover Twp., Luzerne Co., PA, at age 78.

Margaret Nagle

F
     Margaret Nagle married John Carpenter.

Samuel R. Nagle1

M
     Samuel R. Nagle married Sophia E. Hambright.1

Child of Samuel R. Nagle and Sophia E. Hambright

Citations

  1. [S82] Price Genealogy, 190.

Harry Clifton Naill

M, b. 7 December 1869, d. 19 July 1952
     Harry Clifton Naill was born on 7 December 1869. He was baptized on 13 February 1870 at Hanover, York Co., PA. He married Grace Marie Young. Harry Clifton Naill died on 19 July 1952 at Hanover, York Co., PA, at age 82

Obituary -- New Oxford Item, New Oxford, Pennsylvania, July 24, 1952:

Harry C. Naill Dies At Home In Hanover

Harry C. Naill, Hanover magistrate, prominently associated with community and lodge history during his 82 years, died after a lingering illness Saturday morning at his residence in Hanover. He was justice of the peace for the past sixteen years.

In the early 1890s Mr. Naill had charge of the office of the original Hanover Shoe Company. He was at one time secretary of the Long Furniture Company, and for many years was an assistant and notary public in the office of the late Attorney Charles E. Ehrhart. A son of the late Mahlon H. and Mary Long Naill, he was a member of St. Mark's Lutheran church.

Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Grace M. Young Naill; three children, Richard Y. Naill, Hanover, R.I. and Mrs. Richard W. Livingston, New Oxford; five grandchildren and one great-grandchild.

Funeral services were held Monday at Hanover.

He was buried in July 1952 at Mount Olivet Cemetery, Hanover, York Co., PA, Findagrave #138340353.

Child of Harry Clifton Naill and Grace Marie Young

Mary Elizabeth Naill

F, b. 31 August 1926, d. 15 April 1998
     Mary Elizabeth Naill was born on 31 August 1926 at Hanover, York Co., PA. She was the daughter of Capt. Richard Young Naill and Lucy Harrison Dorsey Fitz. Mary Elizabeth Naill married Nathaniel Mason on 18 April 1952 at Zena, Ulster Co., NY. Mary Elizabeth Naill married James Duffy Duswalt, son of George Andrew Duswalt and Marion Meade, in 1962 at The Bronx, New York City, Bronx Co., NY. Occupation: She was the co-founder and a volunteer for ATRA Service Force, Manahawkin, Ocean Co., New Jersey. Mary Elizabeth Naill and James Duffy Duswalt were divorced circa 3 November 1972 at Ocean Co., NJ; Asbury Park Press (Asbury Park, New Jersey); Friday, 03 Nov 1972; Page 66; (Newspapers.com);

6 Divorces Granted     

TOMS RIVER -- Ocean County Judge Henry E. Wiley has granted the following six divorces, all on grounds of 18 months separation:

(included Mary E. Duswalt, Mill Creek Rd., Stanford Township, from James D. Duswalt, address unknown.)

Mary Elizabeth Naill died on 15 April 1998 at Hobe Sound, Martin Co., FL, at age 71

OBITUARY - The Palm Beach Post, West Palm Beach, Florida; Friday, April 17, 1998; page 186 (Newspapers.com)

Mary Elizabeth Naill, 71, Hobe Sound

She died Wednesday.
Born in Pennsylvania, Mrs. Naill was a Hobe Sound resident for eight months.

Survivors include two daughters, including, Jennifer Scroggins of Hobe Sound; two sons; five grandchildren; a sister and a brother.

Contributions may be made to Hospice of Martin & St. Lucie Inc., 2030 S.E. Ocean Blvd., Stuart, Fla. 34996.
Young & Prill Funeral Home, Stuart.


OBITUARY - Jupiter Courier (FL); April 19, 1998; Edition: Jupiter; Section: Obituaries, Page: A3 (NewsLibrary.com):

Mary Naill

Mary Elizabeth Naill, 71, of Hobe Sound, died Wednesday, April 15 at her home.

A native of Hanover, Pa., she lived in Hobe Sound for eight months, coming from Coconut Creek, Fla.

She was the co-founder and a volunteer for ATRA Service Force, Manahawkin, N.J.

Survivors include two daughters, Jennifer Scroggins of Hobe Sound and Linda Duswalt of Manahawkin, N.J; two sons, Mason and Stephen Duswalt of Arlington, Texas; a sister, Virginia Cesario of Monterey, Mass; a brother, Richard Naill of Hanover; and five grandchildren.

A memorial service will be at a later date.

Those who wish may make a memorial contribution to Hospice of Martin & St. Lucie, P.O. Box 1168, Stuart, 34995.

Arrangements are under the direction of Young & Prill Funeral Home, Stuart.

She was buried in April 1998 at Mount Olivet Cemetery, Hanover, York Co., PA.
Note: Newspaper articles:

The Gazette and Daily (York, Pennsylvania); Tuesday, 25 Jul 1939; Page 8; (Newspapers.com):

Visiting Grandparents

Miss Mary Elizabeth Naill, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Y. Naill, Virginia Beach, Va., is visiting her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry C. Naill, 47 Frederick street.


The Kingston Daily Freeman (Kingston, New York); Tuesday, 09 September 1952; Page 11; (Newspapers.com):

Three Persons Are Hurt

Three persons were injured when the automobile in which they were riding crashed into a utility pole in Woodstock about 2:25 a.m. Sunday, state police reported. Troopers said Nathaniel Mason, 35; Mary Mason, 26, and David Marshack, 41, all of New York, were taken to Kingston Hospital after being treated on the scene by Dr. Hans Cohn. All have since been discharged from the hospital, authorities there reported this morning. Mary Mason will be arraigned later today before Justice of the Peace George Braendly on a charge of driving without a license, according to the state police report. The accident occurred on Route 212 about tow blocks from the Woodstock Playhouse, troopers said.

Child of Mary Elizabeth Naill and Nathaniel Mason

Child of Mary Elizabeth Naill and James Duffy Duswalt

Capt. Richard Young Naill

M, b. 21 April 1896, d. 11 August 1964
     Capt. Richard Young Naill was born on 21 April 1896 at Hanover, York Co., PA. He was the son of Harry Clifton Naill and Grace Marie Young. Capt. Richard Young Naill began military service World War I service, Captain, 548 Harbor Craft Co.
Note: Newspaper articles:

The Evening Sun (Hanover, Pennsylvania); Friday, 27 Jul 1917; Page 1; (Newspapers.com):

STUDENT-OFFICERS FROM THIS BOROUGH ADMIRE CAMP LIFE
               --------

Hanoverians Stationed at Fort Niagara in Love With Service and Would not Leave it Under any Circumstances

VISITED BY RELATIVES

"Tell our friends at home that we love the service and would no leave it if we could" was the message sent here from Richard Young Naill and Henry Bittinger, Hanover boys stationed at Fort Niagara, with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Naill, Miss Katherine Brough and Miss Helen Young, who recently visited the New York Camp.

"The boys have learned a new set of values" said Miss Young, in an interview here this morning "and they have learned much from association with 1,500 men and boys encamped at Fort Niagara, -- men who have come from various walks of life, many of whom are college bred.

"The Hanover boys look physically fit and their one concern now is, since they have passed successfully their final examinations, into what service they will be placed and what commissions will fall to their lots.

'There is not a lazy man in the lot," she continued. "The men are being put through a stiff course of training that begins at 1:45 a.m. and does not end until 9:30 p.m.? ? We watched them drill," she said, with a smile and a glow of pride, "and noted how easily the various companies, armed with muskets scaled three foot, four foot, and even six foot fences, jumped over banks formed of sand bags and cleared trenches filled with water.

"The bayonet charge was most interesting, many clever stabs being made at the dummies provided for the drill.

"Courses of study are both difficult and instructive and faithful work in this line of the service is bound to count for promotion. Calisthenic drills are also held and the science of military tactics is taught in minute detail.

"We saw the aviation camp and witnessed a demonstration by an officer, who flew from one camp to another. We also saw the men on parade, reviewed by the Mayor of Toronto.

"The funniest treat we had was a vaudeville show, between the acts of which dancing was indulged in on the concrete road. Each company, Company 3, of which Richard Naill and W. Lavera Hafer, Frederick street, and Company 9, of which Henry Bittinger is a part, included, gave a performance and the entire program was a rare treat for excellent talent was displayed."

Miss young told of the royal manor in which the Canadians treat the men at the camps. When they journey to Toronto, the city band plays them a welcome and private families invite the men to dinner, take them on auto rides and see to it that they have a good time and a real relaxation from the difficult training they are undergoing.

The camp is expected to close August 11, after a three months' session.


New Oxford Item, June 28, 1917

Army Assignment

Henry J. Smith, of New Oxford, son of the Item editor, has successfully passed the examination and has been assigned to the Field Artillery. Richard Y. Naill, of Hanover, has been assigned to the Aviation service, and David D. Bixler, also of Hanover to the Field Artillery.


New Oxford Item, New Oxford, Pennsylvania, May 16, 1918

Second Lieutenant Richard Y. Naill, of Hanover, a member of Company D, 316th Inf., has been named by Major General Kuhn, as one of the instructors at the fourth Officers Training School, opened at Camp Meade, May 15th.


New Oxford Item, New Oxford, Pennsylvania, May 16, 1918

... Richard Y. Naill and William H. Bittinger, both of Hanover, have been appointed as second lieutenants in the United States army. Both of the young men have been assigned to the Infantry section.


New Oxford Item, New Oxford, Pennsylvania, October 24, 1918

Bugle Notes

Lieutenant Richard Naill, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry C. Naill, of Hanover, has been wounded in action. A letter has been received stating that Lieut. Naill had been wounded in the right arm.


The Gettysburg Times, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, November 2, 1918

Lieutenant Richard Y. Naill, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry C. Naill, Hanover, who was wounded some time before October first, in the right arm, while in action with Company D. Three Hundred and Sixteenth infantry, "over there" is convalescing and expects to be sent back shortly to his command. Information to this effect was contained in a letter written by the lieutenant to relatives in Hanover.


New Oxford Item, New Oxford, Pennsylvania, December 19, 1918

Bugle Notes

The names of Richard Y. Naill and Leon J. Lawrence, both of Hanover, appeared on the casualty lists announced on Sunday as being slightly wounded.


New Oxford Item, New Oxford, Pennsylvania, February, 27, 1919

An Austrian rifle, found on Hill 378, near Verdun, by Lieutenant Richard Y. Naill, son of Mr. and Mrs Harry C. Naill, of Hanover has been received by his parents. Lieutenant Naill, who was wounded in action on September 29th, having been shot through the right arm by a machine gun bullet and later suffered an attack of trench feet and rheumatism, recently landed in New York city.

Lieut. Richard Y. Naill, of Hanover, who arrived in New York from overseas last week, has been sent to a hospital at Lakewood, N. J., for treatment. Lieut. Naill had one of the bones of his ankle broken in falling into a shell-hole on a battlefield, in France.


New Oxford Item, New Oxford, Pennsylvania, March 6, 1919

Lieut Richard Y. Naill, of Co. D., 316th Inf., who was shot through the right arm by a machine gun bullet and had a bone of one of his ankles broken when he fell in a shell hole, in now spending a 30 day furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry C. Naill, of Hanover. He has been under treatment at the Lakewood, N. J., hospital for the past two weeks.

He married Lucy Harrison Dorsey Fitz, daughter of John Fitz and Alice Virginia Weaver, on 9 September 1922 at Pottstown, Montgomery Co., PA,

Marriage Announcement - The Gettysburg Compiler, Gettsburg, Pennsylvania, September 16, 1922

Naill-Fitz - Richard Y. Naill, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry C. Naill, and Miss Lucy D. H. Fitz, the daughter of Mrs. John Fitz, both of Hanover were married on last Saturday morning at Pottstown, in the Reformed parsonage by the bride's brother-in-law, Rev. J. Hamilton Smith. The bridegroom served as a Second Lieutenant in the 316th Regiment, 79th Division, A.E.F., overseas and was wounded in action. He is a District Deputy commander of the American Legion. Mr. Naill is a traveling representative of the Long Furniture Company, of which his father is secretary and assistant treasurer.


MARRIAGE ANNOUNCEMENT - New Oxford Item; New Oxford, Pennsylvania; September 14, 1922:

Naill-Fitz

Lucy Fitz and Richard C. Naille (sic) were married at Pottstown, Saturday morning, by the Rev. J. Hamilton Smith, the brother-in-law of the bride. The ceremony was performed at the home of Rev. and Mrs. Smith. Miss Fitz is the daughter of Mrs. John Fitz, of Hanover, and Mr. Naill is the son of Harry C. Naille (sic), of the Long Furniture company, Hanover.

Capt. Richard Young Naill died on 11 August 1964 at Baltimore, Baltimore Co., MD, at age 68

OBITUARY - The Evening Sun (Hanover, Pennsylvania); Tuesday, 11 Aug 1964; Page 1 & 6; (Newspapers.com):

Richard Y. Naill, Veteran Officer, Legion Head, Dies

Maj. Richard Young Naill, 68, of 126 York Street, a veteran of World Wars I and II and first commander of Harold H. Bair Post 14, American Legion, died this morning at the U.S. Veteran Hospital, Baltimore. He was a son of the late Harry Clifton and Grace Young Naill.

Major Naill was a graduate of Hanover High School and served in the first World War as an officer in the 79th Division's 316th Infantry. After receiving wounds in conflict, he received the purple Heart.

He served with the Army Transportation Corps in the Pacific Theater during World War II. He was superintendent of Camp Pendleton, Virginia Military Reservation, Virginia Beach, Va., for 25 years. He was commander of the Berryville, Va. American Legion Post.

Following World War I. he was an assistant secretary of the former Long Furniture Co. in Hanover. He was active in Boy Scout Troop 1 of St, Mark Lutheran Church and was one of the original organizers of scouting in this area. He was a member of the Episcopal Church and Patmos Lodge 348, Free and Accepted Masons.

Surviving are his wife, Lucy Fitz Naill; three children, Mrs. Virginia Cesario, Edgewood, N/J; Richard Y. Naill Jr., Reisterstown, and Mrs. Mary Duswalt, New York eight grandchildren; a brother, William Y. Naill Sr., Hanover R. D. 1, and a sister, Mrs. Mary N. Livingston, Lincoln Heights, New Oxford.

Funeral services will be held Thursday at 11 a.m. at the Panebaker funeral home, 311 Broadway. The Rev. Robert A. Reasor. vicar of Prince of peace Episcopal Church, Gettysburg, will officiate. Burial will be in Mt. Olivet Cemetery. The American Legion post will conduct military rites at the funeral home and also at the family plot in the cemetery. In lieu of other memorials, it is suggested that contributions be sent to the Hanover Red Cross chapter or the Hanover Public Library.



The York Daily Record
(York, Pennsylvania); Wednesday, 12 Aug 1964; Page 10; (Newspapers.com)

AND

Gettysburg Times
, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, 12 AUG 1964 (Ancestry.com):

Major Richard Young Naill

Major Richard Young Naill, 68, husband of Mrs. Lucy Fitz Naill, 126 York St., Hanover, a veteran of World Wars I and II, died Tuesday morning at the Veterans Hospital in Baltimore.

A son of the late Harry Clifton and Grace Young Naill, Maj. Naill served as an officer in the 79th Division's 316th Infantry during World War I and was awarded a Purple Heart.

He was superintendent of Camp Pendleton, Virginia Military reservation at Virginia Beach, Va., for 25 years and served with the Army Transportation Corps in the Pacific Theater during World War II.

Following World War I, Maj. Naill was assistant secretary of the former Long Furniture Company and was one the the original organizers of Boy Scouting in this area. He was active with Boy Scout Troop 1, St. Mark Lutheran Church in Hanover.

Maj. Naill was the first commander of Harold H. Bair Post 14, American Legion, Hanover, and was a member of the Berryville, Va., American Legion Post. He was a member of the Episcopal Church and Patmos Lodge 348, Free and Accepted Mason.

Surviving besides his wife are: Three children, Mrs. Virginia Cesario, Edgewood, N.J; Richard Y. Naill Jr., Reisterstown, Md., and Mrs. Mary Duswalt, New York; eight grandchildren, a brother, William Y. Naill Sr., Hanover R. 1, and a sister, Mrs. Mary N. Livingston, New Oxford.

Funeral services will be held Thursday at 11 a.m. at the Panebaker Funeral Home, 311 Broadway, Hanover. Rev. Robert A. Pearson, pastor of Prince of Peace Episcopal Church, Gettysburg, will officiate. Interment will be in Mt. Olivet Cemetery, Hanover. Military rites will be in charge of Harold H. Bair Post. The family requests that contributions be made to Hanover Red Cross chapter of Hanover Public Library in lieu of other memorials.

He was buried in August 1964 at Mount Olivet Cemetery, Hanover, York Co., PA, Findagrave #139109161.

Children of Capt. Richard Young Naill and Lucy Harrison Dorsey Fitz

Richard Young Naill Jr.

M, b. 18 October 1930, d. 14 November 2004
     Richard Young Naill Jr. was born on 18 October 1930 at Winchester, Frederick Co., VA, Birth announcement - News Comet (East Berlin, Pennsylvania); Friday, 07 Nov 1930; Page 3; (Newspapers.com):

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Y. Naill, Berryville, Va., formerly of Hanover, announce the birth of a son on October 18. Mr. Naill is a brother of Mrs. Richard Livingston, Lincolnway W.

He was the son of Capt. Richard Young Naill and Lucy Harrison Dorsey Fitz. Occupation: employed by Ward Machine Company. Richard Young Naill Jr. died on 14 November 2004 at Littlestown, Adams Co., PA, at age 74

Obituary -- The Evening Sun, Hanover, Pennsylvania; Friday, November 25, 2004, p.3 (Newspapers.com):

Richard Young Naill

Richard Young Naill, 74, died peacefully at 2 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 14, 2004, at his home. He was the husband of Louise D. Clark Naill. Mr. Naill was a member of Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church, Abbottstown. He retired from the Ward Machine Company. In addition to his wife, he is survived by six children and 12 grandchildren. Services were held at the convenience of the family. Panebaker Funeral Home, 311 Broadway, Hanover, was in charge of arrangements. Those desiring may make memorial contributions to the Leukemia Society of America, Suite 100, 800 Corporate Circle, Harrisburg, PA 17110.

Virginia F. Naill

F, b. 9 December 1923, d. 28 December 2000
     Virginia F. Naill was born on 9 December 1923 at Baltimore, MD. She was the daughter of Capt. Richard Young Naill and Lucy Harrison Dorsey Fitz. Virginia F. Naill married Michael Joseph Cesario on 14 August 1948 at Manhattan, New York Co., NY, no children. Virginia F. Naill and an unknown person were divorced in 1965. She lived at Blue Hill Road, Monterey, Berkshire Co., MA. She died on 28 December 2000 at Pittsfield, Berkshire Co., MA, at age 77

Obituary -- Berkshire Eagle, Pittsfield, Massachusetts, January 4, 2001 (NewsLibrary.com)

Virginia N. Cesario, 77; was retired librarian

MONTEREY -- Virginia Naill Cesario, 77, of Blue Hill Road, a retired professor and librarian at City College of New York, died Dec. 28 at Willowood of Pittsfield. Born in Hanover, Pa., on Dec. 9, 1923, daughter of Richard and Lucy Fitz Naill, she received a bachelor of arts degree from the College of William and Mary in 1945, and a bachelor of science degree with honors in library science from Columbia University in 1947. Mrs. Cesario was employed as the circulation assistant at the City College Library, City University, N.Y., from 1947 to 1965; instructor and administrative assistant from 1964 to 1968; assistant professor and assistant chief librarian for public service from 1968 to 1975; associate professor and department librarian from 1972 to 1975; and professor and chief librarian from 1975 to her retirement in 1978. She was a member of the American Librarian Association, where she held various offices within the association. She was also a member of the AAUP, the Library Association at City University, N.Y., the American Society of Informational Science and the New York Library Association. Mrs. Cesario was a member of the New York Library Club, the ACLU, Archons of Colophon, Common Cause and Phi Beta Kappa. She bought her home on Blue Hill Road in the early 1950s and retired to Monterey permanently in 1978. She and her husband, Michael J. Cesario, whom she married Aug. 14, 1948, divorced in 1965. She leaves a brother, Richard Naill of Hanover, Pa.


Note: Newspaper articles:

The Evening Sun (Hanover, Pennsylvania); Monday, 11 Aug 1941; Page 7; (Newspapers.com):

Mary and Virginia Naill, daughters of Capt. and Mrs. Richard Naill, Camp Pendleton, Va., are visiting their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. W. Livingston. Mrs. Harry Naill, Misses Helen Naill and Joan Alleman, Hanover, were entertained at the Livingston home Friday.


The Record (Hackensack, New Jersey); Wednesday, 19 May 1976; Page 15; (Newspapers.com):

City College Librarian

Professor Virginia Cesario of Fort Lee is the first woman to be appointed chief librarian and Library department chairperson at city College of New York.

A 1954 Phi Beta Kappa graduate of the College of William and Mary in Virginia, she received a bachelor's degree in library science in 1947 from Columbia University. Since joining the CCNY library staff in 1947, she has been head of the circulation division, chief supervisor of the reserve book section, and administrative assistant to the chief librarian. Her last assignment was acting chief librarian and library department chairperson.

Professor Cesario is a member of the American Library Association.

Charles Newton Nale

M, b. October 1843, d. 4 November 1916
     Charles Newton Nale was born in October 1843 at Indiana. He married Samantha Maria Beck, daughter of Daniel Beck and Phoebe Ann Liming, on 29 January 1899 at Washington Co., IN. Charles Newton Nale died on 4 November 1916 at Salem, Washington Co., IN, at age 73. He was buried in November 1916 at Blue River Baptist Cemetery, Salem, Washington Co., IN, Findagrave #103646014.

Abner Franklin Nall1

M, b. 6 April 1805, d. 1878
     Abner Franklin Nall was born on 6 April 1805 at Rogersville, Hawkins Co., TN.1 He married Matilda Moore. Abner Franklin Nall lived on 4 November 1850 at Obion Co., TN.2 He died in 1878 at Missouri.

Child of Abner Franklin Nall and Matilda Moore

Citations

  1. [S694] 1860 Federal Census, Polk County, Missouri. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M653, Roll 641; FHL #803641.
  2. [S3962] 1850 Federal Census, Obion County, Tennessee. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M432, Roll 891.

Ida Nall1

F, b. 1867
     Ida Nall was born in 1867 at Missouri.1 She was the daughter of Robert C. Nall and Ann A. Snapp.1,2 Ida Nall died.

Citations

  1. [S3961] 1880 Federal Census, Clay County, Missouri. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T9, Roll 682; FHL #1254682.
  2. [S3960] 1870 Federal Census, Clay County, Missouri. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M593, Roll 770; FHL #552269.