Sallie R. Bustard1

F, b. 1 February 1891, d. 19 September 1891
     Sallie R. Bustard was born on 1 February 1891.1 She was the daughter of Joseph P. Bustard and Sallie B. Rosenberger.1 Sallie R. Bustard died on 19 September 1891.1

Citations

  1. [S82] Price Genealogy, 254.

Wellington R. Bustard1

M, b. 6 August 1886
     Wellington R. Bustard was born on 6 August 1886.1 He was the son of Joseph P. Bustard and Sallie B. Rosenberger.1

Citations

  1. [S82] Price Genealogy, 253.

Barbara Buswell

F, b. 3 October 1779, d. 29 August 1829
     Barbara Buswell was born on 3 October 1779 at Shenandoah Co., VA. She married Daniel Strickler, son of Jacob Strickler and Magdalene Mumma, on 19 April 1796 at Shenandoah Co., VA. Barbara Buswell died on 29 August 1829 at Shenandoah Co., VA, at age 49.

Child of Barbara Buswell and Daniel Strickler

Martha Marie Buswell1

F, b. 10 August 1864, d. 19 June 1940
     Martha Marie Buswell was born on 10 August 1864 at Rutland Co., VT.1 She married Henry H. Endsley on 18 February 1882 at Butler Co., IA. Martha Marie Buswell died on 19 June 1940 at Dodge City, Ford Co., KS, at age 75. She was buried in June 1940 at Concord Cemetery, Ford Co., KS.

Child of Martha Marie Buswell and Henry H. Endsley

Citations

  1. [S1967] 1930 Federal Census, Ford County, Kansas. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T626, Roll 702; FHL #2340437.

Amanda Butcher

F, b. 2 May 1873, d. 12 December 1877
     Amanda Butcher was born on 2 May 1873 at McDonough Co. (probably), IL. She was the daughter of Joseph Milton Butcher and Lydia Ann Munson. Amanda Butcher was buried in December 1877 at Camp Creek Cemetery, McDonough Co., IL. She died on 12 December 1877 at Bethel, McDonough Co., IL, at age 4.

Clayton Arlie Butcher

M, b. 2 August 1913, d. 18 January 1994
     Clayton Arlie Butcher was born on 2 August 1913 at Idaho Co., ID. He was the son of Eben William Butcher and Anna Lydia Turnbull. Clayton Arlie Butcher married Grace Alberta Morrow, daughter of Clyde Morrow and Alberta Graham, on 11 December 1936 at Riggins, Idaho Co., ID, WEDDING ANNOUNCEMENT - Clayton A. Butcher & Grace Ann Morrow; Idaho Free Press; Thursday, December 17, 1936

Clayton A. Butcher of Lucile and Grace Ann Morrow of Boles were married last Friday morning at the parsonage of the Federated church, the Rev. Nelson C. Pierce reading the ceremony. They were attended by Mrs. Ike Rice, sister of the groom, and Mary Lou Benedict.


Mr. Butcher is the son of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Butcher and at the present is associated with his father in stock raising and mining. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Morrow, prominent stock growers of the Boles section, and is a graduate of the Lewiston High School.
They will make their home for the present at the ranch on the Salmon River. Clayton Arlie Butcher and Grace Alberta Morrow were divorced on 26 July 1961 at Gooding Co., ID. Clayton Arlie Butcher married Claudina L. Holden, daughter of Claude Holden and Emma Crooks, after July 1961. Clayton Arlie Butcher and Claudina L. Holden were divorced in October 1975. Clayton Arlie Butcher married Madeline Georgie Porter, daughter of Fred Porter and Bertha Rose, after 10 October 1975.
Note: Education: Early schooling at Lucile, Idaho Co., Idaho; graduated high school at Grangeville, Idaho Co., Idaho
Interests: Saddle bronc riding and bulldogging at the Lewiston Roundup, an event he participated in for several years. (1936 +); He was a former member of the Rodeo Cowboys of America, and was all-around champion at Grangeville Border Days in 1939 and 1940.
Occupation: Farm laborer - farm (1930); worked for the U.S. Forest Service as a packer (1940); farmer - Parma, Canyon County, Idaho (1951-1960); rancher - Gallatin Gateway, Montana; cattle buyer for the Twin City Sales Yard and Lewiston Livestock Market
Residence: Cottonwood, Idaho Co., Idaho (1937); Parma, Canyon Co., Idaho (1951); Gallatin Gateway, Gallatin Co., Montana (1960); Visalia, Tulare Co., California (1964); Lewiston, Nez Perce Co., Idaho (1965, 1975.)

Clayton Arlie Butcher died on 18 January 1994 at Lewiston, Nez Perce Co., ID, at age 80 OBITUARY - Lewiston Tribune; January 22, 1994

Clayton A. (Butch) Butcher, a cattle buyer for the Twin City Sales Yard and Lewiston Livestock Market, died of a heart attack Tuesday at his home in Lewiston. He was 80.
He was born Aug. 2, 1913, at Cow Creek, near Lucile, Idaho, to Eben and Anna Turnbull Butcher.
He was raised and had his early schooling at Lucile. The family later moved to Grangeville, where he graduated from high school.
He then began working for the U.S. Forest Service as a packer, and in 1936 he started saddle bronc riding and bulldogging at the Lewiston Roundup, an event he participated in for several years. He was named grand marshal of the Roundup Parade in 1979.
He was a former member of the Rodeo Cowboys of America, and was all-around champion at Grangeville Border Days in 1939 and 1940.
He married Grace Morrow in 1937 at Riggins, and the couple moved to Cottonwood, where he ran the Livestock Sales Yard for a number of years until moving to Parma, Idaho, in 1951. They later divorced.
He farmed at Parma until 1960, and then moved to Gallatin Gateway, Mont., where he ranched cattle.
He married Claudina Holden, and she died some time later.
In 1964 he moved to Visalia, Calif., where he worked in a feed lot until moving to Lewiston in 1965.
He married Madeline Reib Porter in 1973. She died in 1988.
He worked as a cattle buyer at the Twin City Sales Yard and Lewiston Livestock until the time of his death.
Survivors include two sons, Clinton Butcher of Oxnard, Calif., and Dick Butcher of Boise; three sisters, Florence Downen of Lewiston, Stella Bosworth of Buhl, Idaho, and Pauline Hoover of Twin Falls; and three grandchildren.
A son, Darrell, and two sisters died previously.
Services are scheduled for 11 a.m. Tuesday at Malcom's Brower-Wann Memorial Chapel in Lewiston, with his son, Dick Butcher, giving the eulogy. Burial will follow at Normal Hill Cemetery in Lewiston.
The family suggests memorial contributions be made to the Lewis-Clark Animal Shelter, 1820 Shelter Road, Lewiston, Idaho, 83501.

He was buried in January 1994 at Normal Hill Cemetery, Lewiston, Nez Perce Co., ID.

Children of Clayton Arlie Butcher and Grace Alberta Morrow

Clinton Arlie Butcher

M, b. 26 May 1937, d. 7 June 2006
     Clinton Arlie Butcher was born on 26 May 1937 at Idaho Co. (probably), ID. He was the son of Clayton Arlie Butcher and Grace Alberta Morrow. Clinton Arlie Butcher died on 7 June 2006 at Ventura, Ventura Co., CA, at age 69 DEATH NOTICE - Idaho Statesman, The (Boise, ID) - Thursday, June 15, 2006

Clinton "Clint" A. Butcher, 69, Ventura, Calif., formerly of Parma, died June 7 in Ventura. Memorial services will be conducted June 22 in Camarillo, Calif. Inurnment will take place at a later date at Hilltop Cemetery, Nyssa, Ore. Services under the direction of Los Angeles Funeral Service, Los Angeles.

He was buried in June 2006 at Hilltop Memorial Cemetery, Nyssa, Malheur Co., OR.

Clyde Butcher

M, b. 22 December 1878, d. 3 September 1879
     Clyde Butcher was born on 22 December 1878. He was the son of Joseph Milton Butcher and Lydia Ann Munson. Clyde Butcher died on 3 September 1879. He was buried in September 1879 at Camp Creek Cemetery, McDonough Co., IL.

Cyrus C. Butcher1

M, b. May 1875, d. 19 July 1925
     Cyrus C. Butcher was born in May 1875 at Braxton Co., WV.1 He married Virginia Alice Kniceley on 27 July 1900 at Braxton Co., WV. Cyrus C. Butcher died on 19 July 1925 at Richwood, Nicholas Co., WV, at age 50.

Child of Cyrus C. Butcher and Virginia Alice Kniceley

Citations

  1. [S868] 1920 Federal Census, Braxton County, West Virginia. Microfilm Image, Series T625, Roll 1949.

Darrel C. Butcher

M, b. 25 August 1939, d. 12 August 1957
     Darrel C. Butcher was born on 25 August 1939 at Idaho Co. (probably), ID. He was the son of Clayton Arlie Butcher and Grace Alberta Morrow. Darrel C. Butcher died on 12 August 1957 at Snake River, Nyssa, Malheur Co., OR, at age 17 NEWSPAPER ARTICLE - Post-Register; Idaho Falls, Idaho; Tuesday, 13 August 1957; page 1 column 4; (Ancestry.com):

Cable Kills Young Idaho Boater
NYSSA, Ore. - Seventeen-year-old Darrell Butcher died of a broken neck at dusk Monday when struck by a guy wire while he was steering a motorboat, Oregon State Police said Tuesday.
Officers said the accident occurred while Butcher's boat was towing a water skier, John Smith, who was not injured. A passenger in the boat, Bruce Dellaven, 15, of Nyssa, was hospitalized with chest injuries.
The half-inch cable was securing one of several barges being used in the construction of a bridge across the Snake River from Nyssa to the Idaho shore, officers said.
Butcher was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Butcher of Parma, Idaho.


NEWSPAPER ARTICLE - Idaho State Journal; Pocatello, Idaho;10 October 1957; page 7 column 1; (Ancestry.com):

Youth's Death Leads To Suit
BOISE (UP) - A $51,052 damage suit was on file in U.S. District Court here today against Hansen and Parr Construction Co., Spokane, in connection with the boating death of Darrell Clayton Butcher, 17, Apple Valley.
The youth's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clayton A. Butcher, alleged in their complaint that the firm was negligent in its failure to provide marking devises for a bridge construction cable.
Young Butcher was killed Aug. 12 when he drove his motorboat under the cable and was struck on the head by it on the Snake River near Nyssa, Ore.

He was buried in August 1957 at Hilltop Memorial Cemetery, Nyssa, Malheur Co., OR.

Della Butcher

F, b. 1 April 1872, d. 18 March 1926
     Della Butcher was born on 1 April 1872 at Illinois.1 She was the daughter of Joseph Milton Butcher and Lydia Ann Munson. Della Butcher married William Collin Dillingham, son of Robert William Dillingham and Emily J. Wright, on 17 June 1891 at Kendrick, Latah Co., ID. Della Butcher and William Collin Dillingham were divorced. Della Butcher married Charles F. Schmoe, son of Frederick Charles Schmoe and Maria Kuester, on 12 January 1912 at Highland Park, Wayne Co., MI. Della Butcher died on 18 March 1926 at age 53 OBITUARY - Shelbyville Republican, Friday, March 19, 1926

Mrs. C. F. Schmoe died yesterday. Death occurred at Methodist Hospital, Indianapolis after an operation. Was born in Illinois.
Mrs. Della Dillingham Schmoe, wife of C. F. Schmoe, 1005 Harrison Ave., died Thursday evening at 4:30 o'clock, filling an operation for a bowel problem. Mrs. Schmoe suffered a similar attack about twenty years ago. During January 1925 she received a fall in Chicago and remained in poor health for several months following the accident. The deceased was born in Industry County, Illinois, April 1, 1873, her age being fifty-three years, eleven months and seventeen days. She was a member of the Methodist Church of Macomb, Illinois. Mrs. Schmoe was a splendid neighbor and will be missed by a host of friends. She was married to Charles F. Schmoe December 1, 1912 at Detroit, Michigan. Besides the husband, she is survived by a daughter, Miss Beulah Dillingham at home, the step-father, Olaf Sederberg, Detroit, Mich., brother E. W. Butcher, Lucille, Idaho, three sisters, Mrs. L. A. Young, Detroit, Mich., Mrs. Dean Osborn of Portsmouth, Illinois, Mrs. Mildred Schofield of Miami, Florida, and a niece Miss Thelma Schofield of ----VA. Announcement of the funeral will be made later.

Note: Mildred Schofield probably lived in Miami, Gila Co., Arizona, not Miami, Florida.


FUNERAL NOTICE, Shelbyville Republican, March 20, 1926

Funeral service for Mrs. C. F. Schmoe who died Thursday afternoon will be held Monday morning at ten-thirty o'clock at the home, 1005 Harrison Avenue. Dr. L. T. Freeland, pastor of the First Methodist Episcopal Church, will officiate. The funeral services will be private. Burial will be made in Crown Hill Cemetery at Indianapolis. Platt and Murphy are in charge. Friends may call from ---- to five o'clock, Sunday afternoon.

She was buried in March 1926 at Crown Hill Cemetery, Indianapolis, Marion Co., IN.

Child of Della Butcher and William Collin Dillingham

Citations

  1. [S1837] 1880 Federal Census, McDonough County, Illinois. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T9, Roll 227; FHL #1254227.

Dick Eben Butcher

M, b. 3 November 1947, d. 11 June 2015
     Dick Eben Butcher was born on 3 November 1947 at Idaho Co., ID. He was the son of Clayton Arlie Butcher and Grace Alberta Morrow. Dick Eben Butcher and an unknown person were divorced circa 2000. He died on 11 June 2015 at Ontario, Malheur Co., OR, at age 67 OBITUARY - The Idaho Statesman; Boise, Idaho; Sunday, June 14, 2015

Dick E. Butcher 1947 - 2015 Dick Eben Butcher, 67, of California, formerly of Ontario and Payette area, died Thursday, June 11, 2015 at St. Alphonsus in Ontario, OR. Services will be conducted at 11:00 am on Wednesday, June 17, 2015 at First United Methodist Church, 502 N 11th Street, Payette with reception to follow. Private family committal will follow the services at Hilltop Cemetery in Nyssa, OR. Dick was born November 3, 1947 in Cottonwood, ID, the son of Clayton Butcher and Grace (Morrow) Hollandsworth. Dick spent his childhood between Apple Valley, Parma, and Ontario. After graduating from Ontario High School, class of 1966, Dick moved to Portland, OR where he received a degree in History from Portland State University. Soon after, he attended Mount Hood Mortuary School. Dick began his career in funeral service at Lienkaemper Chapel in Nyssa, and enjoyed volunteering at the Fire Department. In the spring of 1976, Dick purchased Shaffer-Jensen Memory Chapels which he owned and managed for nearly 13 years. Dick had a passion for community service and helping others, serving as Mayor of Payette for three terms. In addition, he served on many boards, including a term as President of the Association of Idaho Cities and President of Idaho Funeral Service Association. Dick eventually moved to Los Angeles where he spent the last 10 years working for Los Angeles Funeral Service and later Snyder's Care Center. Dick is survived by his three children Melissa (David) Baker of Kennewick, WA, Anna (David) Augusto of Boise, and Ben Butcher of Boise; two granddaughters, Amelia and Chelsie Baker; and former wife, Mardi (Tensen) Skinner of Boise. He was preceded in death by his mother, father, and two brothers. In lieu of flowers, memorials are suggested to a charity of your choice. Memories and condolences may be shared with the family on Dick's memorial webpage at www.summersfuneral.com.

He was buried in June 2015 at Hilltop Memorial Cemetery, Nyssa, Malheur Co., OR.

Eben William Butcher

M, b. 1 October 1869, d. 25 November 1959
     Note: From An Illustrated History of North Idaho: Embracing Nez Perces, Idaho, Latah, Kootenai and Shoshone Counties, State of Idaho

EBEN W. BUTCHER is an industrious and skillful miner living two miles north of Lucile, and is occupied in delving for the hidden treasures. He was born in Macomb, Illinois, on October 1, 1869, being the son of James (sic) M. and Lydia (Munson) Butcher. The father was born in Boone County, Indiana, in 1850. He came west to Moscow in 1886, and died the following year. The mother of our subject ...... Monmouth, that state. The family came to Carroll County, Missouri, when our subject was eight years old, and in that place he received his education and labored on the farm with his father until manhood. Then, in 1886, they came to Moscow. In that city he learned the trade of the butcher and operated there and at Oakesdale, Washington. When twenty he went to California and mined for six years in the placers. Then he came to Idaho in 1897, going first to Elk City where he located some claims. Two years later he came to the Bluejacket, on the Snake, and Salmon Rivers, and in December, 1890, he came to his present place. He bought here the Zebra and the Dandy, both good placer mines. Since then he has been working these mines with good success. Mr. Butcher has four sisters, Delia, Lela, Ola and Minnie. Mr. Butcher is a good Democrat.

Eben William Butcher was born on 1 October 1869 at Macomb, McDonough Co., IL.1 He was the son of Joseph Milton Butcher and Lydia Ann Munson. Eben William Butcher married Anna Lydia Turnbull, daughter of Peter Turnbull and Margaret Katherine Deasy, on 30 April 1906 at Grangerville, Idaho Co., ID. Eben William Butcher and Anna Lydia Turnbull were separated before April 1930; In daughter Stella's obituary, it says that Stella and her siblings were raised by their father. The family was still together in 1920 when the eldest child would have been 13 years old and the youngest, would have been 4 years old. In 1930 Eben listed his marital status as divorced. In 1940, Anna was still listed as married and still using the "Butcher" surname. Since neither Eben nor Anna ever remarried, they are assumed to have been separated, not divorced. Eben William Butcher lived on 22 April 1930 at Lucile Precinct, Idaho Co., ID.2 He lived on 12 April 1940 at Lucile Precinct, Idaho Co., ID; listed marital status as "WD", but Anna Butcher was living at Lewiston and used her married surname.3 He died on 25 November 1959 at Clarkston, Asotin Co., WA, at age 90. He was buried in November 1959 at Lewis-Clark Memorial Gardens, Lewiston, Nez Perce Co., ID.

Children of Eben William Butcher and Anna Lydia Turnbull

Citations

  1. [S1837] 1880 Federal Census, McDonough County, Illinois. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T9, Roll 227; FHL #1254227.
  2. [S3566] 1930 Federal Census, Idaho County, Idaho. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T626, Roll 400; FHL #2340135.
  3. [S3565] 1940 Federal Census, Idaho County, Idaho. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T627, Roll 747.

Florence Alma Butcher

F, b. 29 July 1908, d. 21 July 2005
     Florence Alma Butcher was born on 29 July 1908 at Lucile, Idaho Co., ID. She was the daughter of Eben William Butcher and Anna Lydia Turnbull. Florence Alma Butcher married John Russell Holbrook, son of Jacob Ephraim Holbrook and Christina M. Karnes, on 30 June 1924 at Asotin Co., WA. Florence Alma Butcher and John Russell Holbrook were divorced before April 1930. Florence Alma Butcher married Ivan Orren Rice, son of Walter Sylvester Rice and Ada May Smith, on 18 July 1931 at Asotin, Asotin Co., WA. Florence Alma Butcher married Donald Arthur Downen, son of Edward Rezin Downen and Edith Farrish, on 21 March 1943 at Issaquah, King Co., WA. Florence Alma Butcher died on 21 July 2005 at Lewiston, Nez Perce Co., ID, at age 96 OBITUARY

Florence A. Downen, 97, Lewiston
Florence Alma Downen died Thursday, July 21 2005, at Wedgewood Terrace in Lewiston.
She was born to Eben and Anna Butcher June 29, 1908, at Lucile.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Donald A. Downen; three sisters, Livina, Mabel and Pauline and one brother, Clayton.
Florence had a beauty shop in Grangeville for 12 years. After moving to Lewiston, she had many beauty shops and schools in both Lewiston and Clarkston.
She leaves a daughter, Elaine Downen of Lake Kiowa, Texas, a son, Jack A. Downen from Kettle Falls, Wash., a stepson, Donald Downen from Caldwell; and nine grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren. A sister, Stella, also survives.

She was buried in July 2005 at Lewis-Clark Memorial Gardens, Lewiston, Nez-Perce Co., ID, GRAVE MARKER:


DOWNEN
DONALD A. FLORENCE A.
JAN. 31, 1913 JUNE 29, 1908
MAR. 27, 1989 JULY 21, 2005.

James Butcher

M
     James Butcher married Leona Farless.

Child of James Butcher and Leona Farless

James Albert Butcher

M
     James Albert Butcher married Lavina Sillin.

Child of James Albert Butcher and Lavina Sillin

James Nolden Butcher

M, b. 16 December 1908, d. 22 October 1988
     James Nolden Butcher was also known as "Butch". He was born on 16 December 1908 at McMinnville, Warren Co., TN. He was the son of James Butcher and Leona Farless. James Nolden Butcher married Mary Russell DeVault, daughter of Edward Guerrant DeVault and Martha Isabelle Fain, on 7 December 1935 at Johnson City, Washington Co., TN.
Note: Owned the DeVault Tavern. James Nolden Butcher died on 22 October 1988 at Johnson City, Washington Co., TN, at age 79 OBITUARY - Johnson City Press, October 24, 1988

JAMES N. BUTCHER
James Nolden Butcher, 79, Rt. 6, Jonesborough, died Saturday, Oct. 22, 1988, in Johnson City Medical Hospital.
He was a native of McMinnville and a son of the late J. B. and Leona Farless Butcher.
Mr. Butcher attended the University of Tennessee and was a graduate of King College, Bristol. He played football at both schools.
He was retired from Tennessee Eastman Co., after more than 35 years service.
Mr. Butcher was a charter member of Rosemont Presbyterian Church, where he served as deacon and trustee. He was also an elder in Leesburg Presbyterian Church.
He was a member of Leesburg Ruritan.
Survivors include his wife, Mary DeVault Butcher, one son, Jim Butcher, Bristol; one daughter, Mrs. Martha Crowe, Johnson City; three sisters, Mrs. Grace Denton and Mrs. Nannie Fairbanks, both of McMinnville, and Mrs. Eunice Harris, Old Hickory; and four grandchildren.
Dillow-Taylor (753-3821.)

Jeremiah Butcher1

M, b. circa 1824
     Jeremiah Butcher was born circa 1824 at Tennessee.1 He married Susan Turney.1 Jeremiah Butcher lived on 7 September 1860 at Elm River Twp., Wayne Co., IL.1

Children of Jeremiah Butcher and Susan Turney

Citations

  1. [S491] 1860 Federal Census, Wayne County, Illinois. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M653, Roll 236; FHL #803236.

Joseph Milton Butcher

M, b. 19 July 1849, d. 1 October 1889
     Joseph Milton Butcher was born on 19 July 1849 at Indiana 1880 census shows Pennsylvania, but the earlier censuses show him in Montgomery County, Indiana.1 He was the son of James Albert Butcher and Lavina Sillin. Joseph Milton Butcher married Lydia Ann Munson, daughter of Eliphalet Philbrook Munson and Catherine Sanders, on 24 November 1868 at McDonough Co., IL. Joseph Milton Butcher died on 1 October 1889 at Cameron, Nez Perce Co., ID, at age 40. He was buried in October 1889 at Gold Hill Cemetery, Kendrick, Latah Co., ID, GRAVE MARKER

JOSEPH MILTON
BUTCHER
BORN
JULY 19th 1849
DIED
OCT 1st 1889
Aged 40 Years, 2 Mo.
and 13 days


His dearest ones lay near his heart
And nature seemed to bind
So strong it grieved him to depart
And leave us all behind.
My dearest husband thou are gone
And left me lonly [sic] here
My darling children faithful be
And we shall meet him there.

Children of Joseph Milton Butcher and Lydia Ann Munson

Citations

  1. [S1837] 1880 Federal Census, McDonough County, Illinois. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T9, Roll 227; FHL #1254227.

Lavina Caroline Butcher

F, b. 23 January 1910, d. November 1985
     Lavina Caroline Butcher was born on 23 January 1910 at Idaho. She was the daughter of Eben William Butcher and Anna Lydia Turnbull. Lavina Caroline Butcher married Hugh F. Sullivan, son of Charles Sullivan and India Duncan. Lavina Caroline Butcher and Hugh F. Sullivan were divorced before April 1940. Lavina Caroline Butcher died in November 1985 at Boise, Ada Co., ID, at age 75.

Lela Butcher

F, b. 12 August 1876, d. 1965
     Lela Butcher was born on 12 August 1876 at Winterset, Madison Co., IA.1 She was the daughter of Joseph Milton Butcher and Lydia Ann Munson. Lela Butcher married Henry Clay Dean Osborn, son of Isaac James Osborn and Sarah Osborn, on 6 June 1894 at McDonough Co., IL. Lela Butcher died in 1965 at McDonough Co., IL.

Children of Lela Butcher and Henry Clay Dean Osborn

Citations

  1. [S1837] 1880 Federal Census, McDonough County, Illinois. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T9, Roll 227; FHL #1254227.

Lucretia Butcher1,2

F, b. July 1850, d. 1936
     Lucretia Butcher was born in July 1850 at Illinois.2,3 She was the daughter of Jeremiah Butcher and Susan Turney.1 Lucretia Butcher married Johann George Molt, son of Johann Georg Molt and Veronika Muntz, on 2 January 1869 at Wayne Co., IL, six children born, four living as of 1900 census.2,3 Lucretia Butcher died in 1936 at Marion Co., IN (probably).

Children of Lucretia Butcher and Johann George Molt

Citations

  1. [S491] 1860 Federal Census, Wayne County, Illinois. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M653, Roll 236; FHL #803236.
  2. [S496] 1870 Federal Census, Wayne County, Illinois. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M593, Roll 288; FHL #545787.
  3. [S523] 1900 Federal Census, Wayne County, Illinois. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Film 351; FHL #1240351.
  4. [S522] 1880 Federal Census, Wayne County, Illinois. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T9, Roll 257.

Mabel V. Butcher

F, b. 17 January 1907, d. 27 October 1975
     Mabel V. Butcher was born on 17 January 1907 at Lucile, Idaho Co., ID. She was the daughter of Eben William Butcher and Anna Lydia Turnbull. Mabel V. Butcher married Harry H. Cain, son of William Anthony Cain and Mary Jane Alexander, on 18 March 1925 at Idaho Co., ID. Mabel V. Butcher married Joseph Earl Kulick, son of Joseph Kulick and Hannah Kotarba, before April 1940. Mabel V. Butcher and Joseph Earl Kulick were divorced before 1947. Mabel V. Butcher married Roy Clay Fait, son of Isaiah Fait and Margaret Jane Hendrickson, before 1947. Mabel V. Butcher and Roy Clay Fait were divorced on 21 May 1947 at Cassia Co., ID. Mabel V. Butcher married Colby Valcourt Frederick Ardis on 1 December 1948 at Clearwater Co., ID. Mabel V. Butcher and Colby Valcourt Frederick Ardis were divorced before 31 December 1955. Mabel V. Butcher married Howard A. Odell before 1959. Mabel V. Butcher and Howard A. Odell were divorced in January 1970. Mabel V. Butcher died on 27 October 1975 at Riggins, Idaho Co., ID, at age 68 OBITUARY - Lewiston Morning Tribune; Idaho; Wednesday, October 29, 1975; Page 11A

Riggins beautician suffers attack
RIGGINS -- Mabel Odell, a Riggins beauty salon operator for several years, died after a heart attack at her home Monday night. She was 68.
The daughter of E. W. and Anna Butcher, she was born in 1907 at Lucile. She was a member of a pioneer family on the Salmon River at Butcher Bar. She was divorced.
Survivors include a daughter, Betty Rider of Whitebird; a son, Deward Cain of Sun Valley; four sisters, Florence Downen of Lewiston, Lavina Sullivan of Boise, Stella Bosworth of Buhl and Pauline Hoover of Twin Falls, and a brother, Clayton Butcher of Lewiston.
The funeral will be held Friday at 2 p.m. at Riggins IOOF Hall. Burial will be at Riggins Cemetery. Hansen-Noland Funeral Home of Grangeville is in charge of arrangements.


Note: One of the childrens' ages written on the 1930 census is not correct, as it indicates the children were born 6 months apart. DLB 2012.

Child of Mabel V. Butcher and Harry H. Cain

Mildred Butcher

F, b. 14 March 1883, d. after 5 April 1940
     Mildred Butcher was also known as "Millie".1 She was born on 14 March 1883 at Missouri. She was the daughter of Joseph Milton Butcher and Lydia Ann Munson. Mildred Butcher married Robert Charles Schofield, son of William Stanwood Skolfield and Mary Ann Swett. Mildred Butcher died after 5 April 1940 at Los Angeles Co. (probably), CA.

Child of Mildred Butcher and Robert Charles Schofield

Citations

  1. [S2899] 1900 Federal Census, Warren County, Illinois. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T63, Roll 350; FHL #1240350.

Ola Butcher

F, b. 9 December 1880, d. May 1963
     Ola Butcher was born on 9 December 1880 at Macomb, McDonough Co., IL. She was the daughter of Joseph Milton Butcher and Lydia Ann Munson. Ola Butcher married Leonard Augustus Young, son of James Young and Evelyn Bennett, on 4 July 1907 at Lake Co., IN. Ola Butcher died in May 1963 at age 82.

Child of Ola Butcher and Leonard Augustus Young

Pauline Lydia Butcher

F, b. 30 October 1916, d. 1 October 2002
     Pauline Lydia Butcher was born on 30 October 1916 at Lucile, Idaho Co., ID. She was the daughter of Eben William Butcher and Anna Lydia Turnbull. Pauline Lydia Butcher married Roland Van Erickson, son of Melvin Erickson and Hazel Pratt, on 21 July 1937 at Vancouver, Clark Co., WA. Pauline Lydia Butcher married Harold Franklin Hoover, son of Benjamin Hoover and Nellie Barrows, on 2 September 1949 at Elmore Co., ID. Pauline Lydia Butcher died on 1 October 2002 at Twin Falls, Twin Falls Co., ID, at age 85 OBITUARY - The Times-News, Twin Falls, Idaho; Thursday, October 3, 2002

Pauline Lydia Hoover, 85, of Twin Falls, died Tuesday, October 1, 2002, at Magic Valley Regional Medical Center. Pauline was born October 30, 1916, in Lucille, Idaho, to E. W. Butcher and Anna Lydia Butcher.
She was the youngest of 6 children. She graduated from Lewiston High School in 1935. In 1937 she married Roland Van Erickson and he preceded her in death in October 1943 as a result of a military plane crash during WWII. Two children were born of that marriage. In September 1949 she married Harold Franklin Hoover and a daughter was born of their union. Pauline and Harold owned and operated the East 5 Points Trailer Court, formerly Hoover Trailer Court. Harold preceded Pauline in death December 29, 1990. Pauline is survived by her children, Larry Carol Erickson of Boise, Idaho, Christine Erickson of Olympia, Washington and Frankie John Kreps of Twin Falls; 2 stepchildren, Dave Jean Hoover of Thornton, Colorado, and Carol Coy Cross of Citrus Heights, California; two sisters, Sally Bosworth of Buhl, Idaho, and Florence Downen of Lewiston, Idaho; 14 grandchildren and 30 great-grandchildren. Pauline was preceded in death by her parents, her two husbands, two sisters Mable Odell and Lavina Sullivan, and by a brother Clayton Butcher. Pauline will be greatly missed by all who loved and knew her. She was generous and caring and never knew a stranger. The funeral service will take place at 1 p.m. Saturday, October 5, 2002, at Reynolds Funeral Chapel. Burial will follow at Twin Falls Cemetery. Friends may call at Reynolds Chapel on Friday October 4, 2002, from 4 p.m. until 8 p.m.

She was buried in October 2002 at Twin Falls Cemetery, Twin Falls, Twin Falls Co., ID.

Stella Rose Butcher

F, b. 8 October 1911, d. 22 November 2005
     Stella Rose Butcher was born on 8 October 1911 at Idaho Co., ID. She was the daughter of Eben William Butcher and Anna Lydia Turnbull. Stella Rose Butcher married William Harrington Bosworth, son of Robert D. Bosworth and Vera B. Herrington, three children. Stella Rose Butcher died on 22 November 2005 at Twin Falls, Twin Falls Co., ID, at age 94 OBITUARY - Website: magicvalley.com; Idaho; Saturday, November 26, 2005; Internet:

Stella 'Sally" Rose Bosworth
BUHL -- Stella "Sally" Rose Bosworth, 94, a longtime Buhl resident, died Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2005, at Bridgeview Estates Skilled Nursing Unit following a short illness.
Sally was born Oct. 8, 1911, in a house along the Salmon River south of Lucile, Idaho. She was the second youngest of four sisters and a brother. They were raised by their father and she told many stories of growing up on the farm with the horses, the orchard and the vegetable garden. After graduating from Grangeville High School she lived in various places and went to beauty school in Portland, Ore., before settling in Twin Falls where she met and married William Bosworth in 1945. In 1950, they adopted twin girls, DeeAnna and LeeAnna. Following the marriage they resided in Buhl, where they had an accounting office until they retired.
Bill and Sallie enjoyed many years together camping and fishing. They belonged to the rifle and pistol clubs and bowled for many years. They also raised a granddaughter, Cynthia. Sally was a member of the Immaculate Conception Church in Buhl until she was no longer able to attend. In later years, Bill and Sally enjoyed playing cards at various places. Sally loved to golf, especially with her grandson, Randall, and played a lot of duplicate bridge. The past few years her health and mind deteriorated somewhat and she lived at Bridgeview estates where she enjoyed playing bingo and other games. She belonged to the Red Hat Society and loved visits from her granddaughter and great-grandchildren.
Earlier this year she came home to live with Cynthia and the kids. She loved having the little ones around, liked participating in "tea parties" and became especially fond of ice cream! She liked to read, especially her gossip magazines and watch Wheel of Fortune. She always looked forward to her two eggs over-easy for breakfast and her two cups of tea a day. She was doing so well until her fall last month when she broke her hip. We were looking forward to having her home by Christmas. We will always remember her huge Thanksgiving turkey dinners and wonderful lemon meringue pies! She was really a wonderful cook. We will miss you Mom and Grandma!
Sally is survived by her daughters, DeeAnna (Keith) Barnes of Castleford and LeeAnna (Bud) Randall of Castleford; granddaughter, Cynthia Owsley of Buhl; granddaughter, Carina Latham of Twin Falls; grandsons, Randall (Misty) Barnes of Buhl and Willie (Brandi) Barnes of Twin Falls; great-grandchildren, Adrianna, Kassidy, Justin, Ryan, Kelsey, Taylor, Kyler, Emily, Diana, Robert and one that is due in May; and several nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Bill, all of her sisters, her brother and a grandson.
The family would like to thank Bridgeview Estates for their care recently and in the past when she was a resident. She really enjoyed her stay and loved all the nurses and aides, and especially the activities.
In lieu of flowers, please donate in Sally's name to the Buhl or Castleford Quick Response Units.
A funeral ceremony will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 30, 2005, at the Immaculate Conception Catholic Church in Buhl. A viewing will be held one hour before services begin at the church. A graveside service will follow at the West End Cemetery. Arrangements are under the care of Farmer Funeral Chapel, Buhl, Idaho,

Note: Contrary to the above obituary, Sally was the third youngest of five sisters and a brother.

She was buried in November 2005 at West End Cemetery, Buhl, Twin Falls Co., ID, GRAVE MARKER

BOSWORTH
BILL H. STELLA R.
JUNE 10, 1918 OCT. 8, 1911
DEC. 6, 1992 NOV. 22, 2005
MARRIED MAR. 19, 1946.

Child of Stella Rose Butcher and William Harrington Bosworth

Susan Butcher1

F, b. January 1855
     Susan Butcher was born in January 1855 at Illinois.1 She was the daughter of Jeremiah Butcher and Susan Turney. Susan Butcher married Jacob Allgire.2

Child of Susan Butcher and Jacob Allgire

Citations

  1. [S523] 1900 Federal Census, Wayne County, Illinois. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Film 351; FHL #1240351.
  2. [S522] 1880 Federal Census, Wayne County, Illinois. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T9, Roll 257.

Sylvia Tamilla Butcher1

F, b. 18 August 1919
     Sylvia Tamilla Butcher was born on 18 August 1919 at Braxton Co., WV.2,1 She was the daughter of Cyrus C. Butcher and Virginia Alice Kniceley.2 Sylvia Tamilla Butcher married Karl Guy Harper, son of Willis Guy Harper and Esta Adaline Gregory, on 18 October 1936 at Braxton Co., WV.
Note: Findagrave.com Memorial No. 101714326 shows birth date 18 AUG 1918, however the 1920 census (January) is crystal clear -- she was listed as 4 months old, so it was 1919.

Citations

  1. [S3500] 1940 Federal Census, Braxton County, West Virginia. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T627, Roll 4395.
  2. [S868] 1920 Federal Census, Braxton County, West Virginia. Microfilm Image, Series T625, Roll 1949.

Sarah Butin

F
     Sarah Butin married Samuel Beavers Starr, son of Jeremiah Starr and Elizabeth Beavers.

Child of Sarah Butin and Samuel Beavers Starr