Freda F. Eli

F, b. circa 1918
     Freda F. Eli married (?) Grant. Freda F. Eli was born circa 1918 at Norton Co., KS. She was the daughter of George Philip Eli and Grace Edna Colip.

George Philip Eli

M, b. 14 October 1895, d. 16 July 1962
     George Philip Eli was born on 14 October 1895 at Norton Co., KS. He was the son of George Wesley Eli and Marietta Arthelia Short. George Philip Eli married Grace Edna Colip, daughter of George S. Colip and Emma V. Hamilton, on 3 October 1917 at Almena, Norton Co., KS.1 George Philip Eli died on 16 July 1962 at Almena, Norton Co., KS, at age 66. He was buried in July 1962 at Mt. Olive Cemetery, Almena, Norton Co., KS.

Children of George Philip Eli and Grace Edna Colip

Citations

  1. [S2275] 1900 Federal Census, Norton County, Kansas. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 493; FHL #1240493.

George Wesley Eli

M, b. 25 August 1862, d. 14 May 1935
     George Wesley Eli was born on 25 August 1862 at Iowa. He was the son of John Anthony Eli Jr. and Elizabeth Jane Hayworth. George Wesley Eli married Marietta Arthelia Short, daughter of Philip Short and Mary Halstead, on 25 February 1886 at Almena, Norton Co., KS. George Wesley Eli died on 14 May 1935 at Alamena, Norton Co., KS, at age 72. He was buried in May 1935 at Mount Olive Cemetery, Almena, Norton Co., KS.

Children of George Wesley Eli and Marietta Arthelia Short

Gerald Wesley Eli

M, b. 9 January 1919, d. 21 May 1996
     Gerald Wesley Eli was born on 9 January 1919 at Colorado. He was the son of Clarence Anthony Eli and Evelyn Coder. Gerald Wesley Eli married Ethel Louella Myers, daughter of Frank William Myers and Jessie Louise Cohn, on 4 July 1942. Gerald Wesley Eli died on 21 May 1996 at age 77.

Child of Gerald Wesley Eli and Ethel Louella Myers

Harold Franklin Eli

M, b. 11 March 1939, d. 4 July 1979
     Harold Franklin Eli was born on 11 March 1939 at Colorado. He was the son of Clyde Ray Eli and Edith Ann Kibel. Harold Franklin Eli died on 4 July 1979 at Linn Co., OR, at age 40. He was buried in July 1979 at Jefferson Cemetery, Jefferson, Marion Co., OR.

Child of Harold Franklin Eli

Henry Clinton Eli

M, b. April 1869, d. 22 November 1920
     Henry Clinton Eli was born in April 1869 at Iowa. He was the son of John Anthony Eli Jr. and Elizabeth Jane Hayworth. Henry Clinton Eli married Gertrude Adella Savage on 22 April 1919 at Phillipsburg, Phillips Co., KS. Cause of death: Typhoid fever with bowel perforation. Henry Clinton Eli died on 22 November 1920 at Washburn, Barry Co., MO, at age 51. He was buried in November 1920 at Mount Olive Cemetery (probably), Alamena, Norton Co., KS.

James Edward Eli

M, b. 9 November 1960, d. 17 March 1961
     James Edward Eli was born on 9 November 1960. He was the son of Harold Franklin Eli. James Edward Eli died on 17 March 1961 at Albany, Linn Co., OR. He was buried in March 1961 at Jefferson Cemetery, Jefferson, Marion Co., OR, no headstone found.

John Anthony Eli

M
     John Anthony Eli married Phoebe Hinkle on 23 December 1832 at Washington Co., IN.

Children of John Anthony Eli and Phoebe Hinkle

John Anthony Eli Jr.

M, b. circa 1833, d. 25 March 1880
     John Anthony Eli Jr. was born circa 1833. He was the son of John Anthony Eli and Phoebe Hinkle. John Anthony Eli Jr. married Elizabeth Jane Hayworth, daughter of Emsley John Hayworth and Anna Maria Dawalt, on 22 December 1859 at Wayne Co., IA. John Anthony Eli Jr. was buried in March 1880 at Coon Cemetery, Washington Twp., Mercer Co., MO. He died on 25 March 1880.

Children of John Anthony Eli Jr. and Elizabeth Jane Hayworth

Lawrence Wesley Eli

M, b. 5 May 1894, d. 25 June 1960
     Lawrence Wesley Eli was born on 5 May 1894 at Norton Co., KS. He was the son of George Wesley Eli and Marietta Arthelia Short. Lawrence Wesley Eli began military service WWI, U.S. Army. He married Nellie B. (?). Lawrence Wesley Eli died on 25 June 1960 at Oregon at age 66. He was buried in 1960 at Willamette National Cemetery, Portland, Multnomah Co., OR.

Child of Lawrence Wesley Eli and Nellie B. (?)

Lloyd C. Eli

M, b. 28 December 1940, d. December 1992
     Lloyd C. Eli was born on 28 December 1940. He was the son of Clyde Ray Eli and Edith Ann Kibel. Lloyd C. Eli died in December 1992 at Kit Carson Co. (probably), CO, dates per SSDI, last residence Burlington.

Mabel Adeline Eli

F, b. 2 November 1901, d. 27 February 1990
     Mabel Adeline Eli was born on 2 November 1901 at Norton Co., KS. She was the daughter of George Wesley Eli and Marietta Arthelia Short. Mabel Adeline Eli married Roy Edgar Loughry, son of John Loughry and Emma Snider. Mabel Adeline Eli died on 27 February 1990 at Oberlin, Decatur Co., KS, at age 88. She was buried in 1990 at Mt. Olive Cemetery, Almena, Norton Co., KS.

Child of Mabel Adeline Eli and Roy Edgar Loughry

Mary E. Eli

F, b. 11 November 1861, d. 31 March 1923
     Mary E. Eli was born on 11 November 1861 at Iowa. She was the daughter of John Anthony Eli Jr. and Elizabeth Jane Hayworth. Cause of death: pneumonia following chest injury from horse kick. Mary E. Eli died on 31 March 1923 at Norton Co., KS, at age 61 The Almena, Kansas Plaindealer; Thursday, June 23, 1910; page 1:

TWO YOUNG LADIES BURNED TO DEATH LAST SATURDAY
COAL OIL CAN EXPLODED FROM LIVE COALS
Mrs. Frank Brethour And Miss Alice Eli Die From The Burns They Received

One of the saddest accidents we have ever recorded happened last Saturday at the home of Frank Brethour on the Com Hoy place, three miles this side of Long Island. The accident resulted in the death of Mrs. Brethour and her sister, Alice Eli, besides burning Mr. Brethour's hands very badly and the young baby.
Mr. and Mrs. Brethour and Miss Alice Eli arose Saturday morning and had breakfast quite early, and after the meal they let the fire die down. Mr. Brethour went to the stable to harness his team and Mrs. Brethour started to rekindle the fire. She scraped the ashes from the stove and put in some fuel and poured some coal oil on the fire in order to make it burn faster. There was not very much oil in the can. Gas formed in the can rapidly and suddenly it exploded, throwing oil all over Mrs. Brethour and her sister, who was standing by her side. The baby buggy was standing a short distance from the stove and the baby in it was burned about the face, but in rushing outside Mrs. Brethour knocked the buggy over and the baby saved from further burning. Mrs. Brethour ran to her husband, who was just starting to the field close to the house.
Alice ran for the water tank and jumped in, extinguishing the flames, but as she ran she screamed and inhaled the flames and the result was she died about three o'clock in the afternoon. The wind was blowing quite strong and this gave the flames considerable headway. By the time Mrs. Brethour reach(ed) her husband she was all ablaze, and in tearing her clothes from her body Mr. Brethour's hands were badly burned. Mrs. Brethour's body was burned all over, and while it was not thought she inhaled any of the flames, yet her surface burns were so bad that she died about midnight, Sunday.
Mrs. Brethour was formerly Miss Ethel Eli. She was married to Mr. Brethour about a year ago. Miss Alice Eli was about eleven years old and was visiting her sister when the accident occurred. The funeral of Miss Alice was held on Sunday from the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Eli, conducted by Rev. Miller. Mrs. Brethour's funeral was held on Monday from the home of her parents also. Both were buried in the Birkville cemetery.
Another chapter to this bad catastrophe was enacted south of town. Miss Maud Eli, a younger sister, and Miss Mary Eli, an aunt, started for the scene of the accident, and their horses became frightened shortly after they had left their home, and ran away. All three of the ladies were thrown from the buggy and the two elder ones hurt quite severely.
In the runaway Miss Maud Eli was injured by being kicked in the breast by the horse. Miss Mary had her back strained considerable, but was not hurt seriously.
Both the funerals were very large, showing to some small extent the sympathy the community extended to the bereaved family. It is nearly beyond the power of human endurance to have a catastrophe such as this one was happen in the family. To have one member of the family taken in such a manner seems to be almost all a person could stand, and when the sorrow is increased a hundred fold it requires all the sympathy and brotherly love that a community can give to make it possible for the parents, brothers and sisters to bear up under it.

She was buried in April 1923 at Mount Olive Cemetery, Alamena, Norton Co., KS.

Matilda Ann Eli

F, b. 3 February 1839, d. 8 January 1893
     Matilda Ann Eli was born on 3 February 1839 at Washington Co., IN. She was the daughter of John Anthony Eli and Phoebe Hinkle. Matilda Ann Eli married John Wesley Hayworth, son of Emsley John Hayworth and Anna Maria Dawalt, circa 1859 at Iowa. Matilda Ann Eli died on 8 January 1893 at Sewal, Wayne Co., IA, at age 53. She was buried in January 1893 at Moss-Sturgeon Cemetery, Jackson Twp., Wayne Co., IA.

Children of Matilda Ann Eli and John Wesley Hayworth

Maud Mae Eli

F, b. April 1887
     Maud Mae Eli was born in April 1887 at Kansas. She was the daughter of George Wesley Eli and Marietta Arthelia Short.
Note: The Almena, Kansas Plaindealer; Thursday, November 21, 1909; page 1

MAUD ELI WINS SECOND PRIZE IN THE PIANO CONTEST
Fanny Nail, 34,820. Maud Eli, 30,940
Rosa Colip, 21,420 Ida Moffit, 14,220
Rebecca Simmons 9,540 Lela Runyon 6,240
Pearl Shewmaker 8,940 Myrtle Hines 2,480
Amy Reiber 1240.
The second special prize-in the Plainsdealer piano contest has been awarded to Miss Maud Eli. From the very first day of the Contest subscriptions have (been) coming in at a pretty lively rate and during the past few weeks more names than ever have found their way to our books. We feel that the success so far attained is due entirely to the faithful work of the contestants and while other people find something to be thankful for on this great Thanksgiving day we find that we have nothing to be so thankful for as the fact that we have these honorable young ladies working for us. Every one of these contestants is working hard for the grand prize (the beautiful piano shown below) and whichever one wins surely deserves it.


The Almena, Kansas Plaindealer; Thursday, June 23, 1910; page 1:
TWO YOUNG LADIES BURNED TO DEATH LAST SATURDAY
COAL OIL CAN EXPLODED FROM LIVE COALS
Mrs. Frank Brethour And Miss Alice Eli Die From The Burns They Received

One of the saddest accidents we have ever recorded happened last Saturday at the home of Frank Brethour on the Com Hoy place, three miles this side of Long Island. The accident resulted in the death of Mrs. Brethour and her sister, Alice Eli, besides burning Mr. Brethour's hands very badly and the young baby.
Mr. and Mrs. Brethour and Miss Alice Eli arose Saturday morning and had breakfast quite early, and after the meal they let the fire die down. Mr. Brethour went to the stable to harness his team and Mrs. Brethour started to rekindle the fire. She scraped the ashes from the stove and put in some fuel and poured some coal oil on the fire in order to make it burn faster. There was not very much oil in the can. Gas formed in the can rapidly and suddenly it exploded, throwing oil all over Mrs. Brethour and her sister, who was standing by her side. The baby buggy was standing a short distance from the stove and the baby in it was burned about the face, but in rushing outside Mrs. Brethour knocked the buggy over and the baby saved from further burning. Mrs. Brethour ran to her husband, who was just starting to the field close to the house.
Alice ran for the water tank and jumped in, extinguishing the flames, but as she ran she screamed and inhaled the flames and the result was she died about three o'clock in the afternoon. The wind was blowing quite strong and this gave the flames considerable headway. By the time Mrs. Brethour reach(ed) her husband she was all ablaze, and in tearing her clothes from her body Mr. Brethour's hands were badly burned. Mrs. Brethour's body was burned all over, and while it was not thought she inhaled any of the flames, yet her surface burns were so bad that she died about midnight, Sunday.
Mrs. Brethour was formerly Miss Ethel Eli. She was married to Mr. Brethour about a year ago. Miss Alice Eli was about eleven years old and was visiting her sister when the accident occurred. The funeral of Miss Alice was held on Sunday from the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Eli, conducted by Rev. Miller. Mrs. Brethour's funeral was held on Monday from the home of her parents also. Both were buried in the Birkville cemetery.
Another chapter to this bad catastrophe was enacted south of town. Miss Maud Eli, a younger sister, and Miss Mary Eli, an aunt, started for the scene of the accident, and their horses became frightened shortly after they had left their home, and ran away. All three of the ladies were thrown from the buggy and the two elder ones hurt quite severely.
In the runaway Miss Maud Eli was injured by being kicked in the breast by the horse. Miss Mary had her back strained considerable, but was not hurt seriously.
Both the funerals were very large, showing to some small extent the sympathy the community extended to the bereaved family. It is nearly beyond the power of human endurance to have a catastrophe such as this one was happen in the family. To have one member of the family taken in such a manner seems to be almost all a person could stand, and when the sorrow is increased a hundred fold it requires all the sympathy and brotherly love that a community can give to make it possible for the parents, brothers and sisters to bear up under it.

Maud Mae Eli married Pearl Gilbert Webster, son of James Nathania Webster and Hannah May Beauchamp, on 31 January 1912. Maud Mae Eli lived in January 1920 at Broadway, Goodland, Sherman Co., KS.1

Children of Maud Mae Eli and Pearl Gilbert Webster

Citations

  1. [S2292] 1920 Federal Census, Sherman County, Kansas. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T625, Roll 552.

Melvin George Eli

M, b. 12 April 1922, d. 31 January 1987
     Melvin George Eli was born on 12 April 1922 at Kansas. He was the son of Clarence Anthony Eli and Evelyn Coder. Melvin George Eli married Jessie Mildred Kerr, daughter of Earl Richard Kerr and Vesta Elvina Baker, circa 1948. Melvin George Eli died on 31 January 1987 at Los Angeles Co., CA, at age 64.

Patsy Ann Eli

F, d. before 25 November 2002
     Patsy Ann Eli was the daughter of Gerald Wesley Eli and Ethel Louella Myers. Patsy Ann Eli died before 25 November 2002 A Patricia A. Brown, b. 20 SEP 1950, d. 26 JAN 1993, last address at Hot Springs National Park, Garland Co., AR, is listed in the SSDI. This may have been the daughter of Gerald and Ethel Eli.

Phillip Eugene Eli

M, b. 1922, d. 1923
     Phillip Eugene Eli was born in 1922 at Norton Co., KS. He was the son of George Philip Eli and Grace Edna Colip. Phillip Eugene Eli died in 1923 at Norton Co., KS. He was buried in 1923 at Mt. Olive Cemetery, Almena, Norton Co., KS.

Velda Eli

F, b. 2 May 1920, d. 13 February 1999
     Velda Eli was born on 2 May 1920 at Norton Co., KS. She was the daughter of George Philip Eli and Grace Edna Colip. Velda Eli died on 13 February 1999 at age 78 dates per SSDI, last residence Jackson County, MO.

Viola Emeline Eli

F, b. 21 October 1910, d. 9 September 1995
     Viola Emeline Eli was born on 21 October 1910 at Almena, Norton Co., KS. She was the daughter of George Wesley Eli and Marietta Arthelia Short. Viola Emeline Eli married Henry Dwight Coder, son of John Henry Coder and Elizabeth Mary Woodcock, in 1928. Viola Emeline Eli married Leslie Chandler Perrin, son of Ernest Perrin and Emily (?), on 20 May 1974 at Vancouver, Clark Co., WA. Viola Emeline Eli and Leslie Chandler Perrin were divorced on 16 June 1983 at Roseburg, Douglas Co., OR. Viola Emeline Eli died on 9 September 1995 at Douglas Co., OR, at age 84 OBITUARY - The Roseburg, Oregon News-Review, Tuesday, September 12, 1995; page 10; col. 3:

Viola Emeline Coder
CODER, Viola Emeline -- Age 84 of Roseburg passed away Saturday, September 9, 1995 in a local hospital. She was born Viola Eli on October 21, 1928 (sic) in Alameda, Kansas. In 1928 she married Henry Coder. They moved to Oregon in 1948. Survivors include a son, Dwight Coder of Lookingglass; daughter, Marylyn Smith and her husband Bob Borrego of Springs, California; son-in-law, Marvin Garrett of Lookingglass; sister-in-law, Mary Coder of Roseburg; grandchildren, great-grandchildren, great great-grandchildren and numerous other relatives. She was preceded in death by her husband, Henry, in 1970 and her daughter, Betty Lou Garrett in 1994. At the family's request no services will be held. Those who wish, may pay their respects from 3:00 pm until 8:00 pm on Tuesday, September 12, 1995 at WILSON'S CHAPEL OF THE ROSES. In lieu of flowers the family requests that contributions be made in Mrs. Coder's memory to Alzheimer Disease Research 15825 Shady Grove Road Suite 140 Rockville MO 20850-4022 Wilson's Chapel of the Roses is in charge of arrangements.


She was buried in September 1995 at Roseburg Memorial Gardens, Roseburg, Douglas Co., OR.

Children of Viola Emeline Eli and Henry Dwight Coder

John K. Eliason

M, b. December 1872, d. 21 May 1956
     John K. Eliason was born in December 1872 at Indiana. He was the son of Joshua Eliason and Mary Lucinda Jones. John K. Eliason married Cora A. Wolfe, daughter of Enoch D. Wolfe and Louise Margann Houck, on 18 November 1896 at Wayne Co., IN, no children. John K. Eliason died on 21 May 1956 at age 83. He was buried in May 1956 at Crown Hill Cemetery, Centerville, Wayne Co., IN.

Joshua Eliason

M
     Joshua Eliason married Mary Lucinda Jones.

Child of Joshua Eliason and Mary Lucinda Jones

Mary Eliot

F, b. 27 January 1641, d. 22 July 1675
     Mary Eliot was born on 27 January 1641. She married Caleb Hobart. Mary Eliot died on 22 July 1675 at age 34.

Child of Mary Eliot and Caleb Hobart

(?) Elizabeth

F
     (?) Elizabeth married James Moore.

Child of (?) Elizabeth and James Moore

(?) Elizabeth

F
     (?) Elizabeth married Jacob Starr, son of Samuel Starr and Mary Farson.

Children of (?) Elizabeth and Jacob Starr

George Elkins

M
     George Elkins married Mary Clarkson.

Child of George Elkins and Mary Clarkson

Maranda Mae Elkins

F, b. 9 November 1915, d. 30 October 2002
     Maranda Mae Elkins was born on 9 November 1915 at Bloodland, Pulaski Co., MO. She was the daughter of George Elkins and Mary Clarkson. Maranda Mae Elkins married Howard Russell Patterson, son of William H. Patterson and Julia Hunt Gillmore, on 30 June 1948 at Reno, Washoe Co., NV, no children to this marriage. Maranda Mae Elkins died on 30 October 2002 at Sacramento Co. (probably), CA, at age 86 dates per SSDI, last residence Fair Oaks.
Note: Miranda was first married to William Charles Vann. They had three children. Her second marriage was to Howard Russell Patterson and she died in California using the "Strauch" surname.

Charlotte Ellars

F
     Charlotte Ellars married Harrison Curry.

Child of Charlotte Ellars and Harrison Curry

Eunice Adaline Elledge

F, b. July 1858, d. 28 February 1938
     Eunice Adaline Elledge was born in July 1858 at Illinois.1 She married Adolphus Hargett circa 1878.1 Eunice Adaline Elledge died on 28 February 1938 at age 79. She was buried in March 1938 at Union Cemetery, Bakersfield, Kern Co., CA, Findagrave #136700713.

Child of Eunice Adaline Elledge and Adolphus Hargett

Citations

  1. [S3654] 1900 Federal Census, Payne County, Oklahoma. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 1341; FHL #1241341.

Daniel P. Ellenberger

M, b. 12 March 1850
     Daniel P. Ellenberger was born on 12 March 1850.1 He was the son of Rudolph Ellenberger and Sarah (?) Daniel P. Ellenberger married Ann Elizabeth Miller, daughter of David F. Miller and Susan Stover, on 21 August 1890.1

Children of Daniel P. Ellenberger and Ann Elizabeth Miller

Citations

  1. [S82] Price Genealogy, 431.