Howard Dewey Hickman III

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     Howard Dewey Hickman III is the son of Howard Dewey Hickman Jr. and Jane Margaret Jones.

Children of Howard Dewey Hickman III and Marcia Lynn Wright

Howard Dewey Hickman Jr.1,2,3

M, b. 27 November 1923, d. 22 July 2011
Howard Hickman Jr.
     Howard Dewey Hickman Jr. was born on 27 November 1923 at Oakland, CA..4 He was the son of Howard Dewey Hickman and Aster Isabell Moore. He died on 22 July 2011 at Fairfield, CA., at age 87. He was buried at Mt. View Cemetery, Oakland, CA.. Howard graduated from the California Maritime Academy and served in the Merchant Marines during World War II. He was a Naval Reserve Offider. He was an engineer on the City of Oakland Fireboat. In 1957, he trained in the new field of nuclear powered electricity generating plants. For most of his career, he worked as a start-up engineer and manager on power plants in many locations. Several of his designs received U.S. patents. He lived in Idaho Falls, ID., Pittsburgh, PA., Mol, Belgium, San Clemente, CA., Three Rivers, WI., Quincy, MA., Tokyo, Japan, Cobb, CA., and St. Francisville, LA.
He received a Masters Degree from Harvard University in 1985.
When he semi-retired as a consultant to geothermal power plants in Cobb, CA, he served on the local water board and the Lake County Grand Jury. He taught at Yuba Community College and became active in the Lions Club, becoming a Youth Exchange Coordinator for northern California. He was a Free Mason, life member of Live Oak Lodge, Oakland, a member of the Scottish Rite and a Shriner.

Children of Howard Dewey Hickman Jr. and Jane Margaret Jones

Citations

  1. [S3653] 1940 Los Angeles Co, CA. Census, Los Angeles.
  2. [S2248] 1930 Clatsop Co, OR. Census, Seaside.
  3. [S4643] Calilfornia Passenger and Crew Lists ,SS Matsonia, Sep 1943, Jan 1944, Mar 1944; SS Santa Monica: Apr 1944, Jan 1945, Sea Serpent: Aug 1946.
  4. [S1339] CA Birth Record.

Jane Margaret Jones1,2

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     Jane Margaret Jones is the daughter of Robert Parry Jones and Winifred "Winnie" Phillips.

Citations

  1. [S1355] 1930 Alameda Co, CA. Census, Berkeley.
  2. [S3648] 1940 Alamdea Co, CA. Census, Berkeley.

Howard Dewey Hickman1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8

M, b. 26 May 1898, d. 12 September 1978
Howard Hickman Sr. World War I
     Howard Dewey Hickman was born on 26 May 1898 at Mannington, WV..9 He was the son of Joseph Morgan Hickman and Sarah Virginia Cunningham. He worked in Hartley's Store in 1912 at Fairmont, WV..10 He married Aster Isabell Moore, daughter of Myron M Moore and Lillian May Fletcher, on 19 May 1922 at Los Angeles, CA..11 He and Aster Isabell Moore were divorced on 18 January 1935 at Oakland, CA.. He married Constance Catherine Maloney, daughter of Joseph James Maloney and Nellie Ellen Chattleton, on 22 February 1937 at Tijuana, Mexico. He died on 12 September 1978 at Walnut Creek, Contra Costa Co, CA., at age 80. He was buried at Mt View Cemetery, Oakland, CA; plot 76, grave 119.

Howard attended schools in Mannington and Fairmont, West Virginia. In 1915, he went to Arizona, working for Goldwaters' Store, and for the Arizona National Guard. He returned to West Virginia and learned the machinist trade in Fairmont and Grove City, PA.
At the beginning of World War I, at age 19, he enlisted in the U.S. Army. He was promoted to Sergeant in Co. F, 15th Engineers Corps. He went to France and was commissioned as a 2nd Lieutenant. He was a Platoon Leader in Co. K, 113th Infantry in the trench warfare in France. On Oct. 9/10, 1918, he lead a charge out of the trenches, and "going over the top," he was injured by a 88 mm. Austrian mortar shell. He spent 5 months in France, mostly at San Salvadour Hospital in Hyeres, recovering from his wounds, before returning to the 113th.
After World War I, he returned to Arizona working as a bank clerk at the Phoenix National Bank, and a civil engineer, surveying the Grand Canyon. In 1920, he enlisted for two years in the Navy, serving as a Machinist's Mate on the maiden voyage of the USS California.
While in the Navy, Howard met his first wife, Aster Moore, at a dance hall in Long Beach, CA. He then worked in the shipyards at San Pedro. After completion of the building of the ferry "San Leandro", he traveled with the ferry up to San Francisco Bay, where he later worked as the Marine Superintendent for the Key System.
At the beginning of World War II, Howard returned to active military duty, as Officer In Charge of the Marine Repair Shop in the Transportation Corps at Fort Mason. At the end of the War, he worked in Bremerhaven, Germany, with the Army of Occupation. He was promoted to Lieutenant Colonel and was the Officer In Charge of Maintenance and Repair at the Asano Dockyard, Yokahama, Japan. He remained there, servicing military ships during the Korean War.
He worked in Rio Vista, CA. and St, Louis, MO. He retired from the Army at the rank of Colonel in 1958, and retired from government service in 1962. He joined the Masons in 1925 and was a Commander of the VFW Post #999 in Oakland in 1936.12

Children of Howard Dewey Hickman and Aster Isabell Moore

Citations

  1. [S1124] 1900 Marion Co, WV. Census, Mannington.
  2. [S1168] 1910 Marion Co, WV. Census, Fairmont.
  3. [S2254] 1920 Maricopa Co, AZ. Census, Creighton.
  4. [S2514] Oakland Directory ,1923: Alameda; 1924-1927: Oakland; 1928 onward: 2857 Webster, Berkeley.
  5. [S3491] Fairmont Times ,30 Jan 1919.
  6. [S3648] 1940 Alamdea Co, CA. Census, Berkeley.
  7. [S1355] 1930 Alameda Co, CA. Census, Oakland.
  8. [S4303] The Democratic Banner, Mount Vernon, OH. ,26 Oct 1917.
  9. [S1147] Hickman Bible.
  10. [S4255] The Fairmont West Virginian neswpaper ,4 Apr 1912.
  11. [S951] CA Marriage Index.
  12. [S4503] Arizona Republican ,1 feb 1920 (1 Feb 1940).

Margaret Jane Hickman

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     Margaret Jane Hickman is the daughter of Howard Dewey Hickman Jr. and Jane Margaret Jones.

Children of Margaret Jane Hickman and Richard Worth Jones

Robert Donald Peralta Hickman1,2

M, b. 26 March 1927, d. 13 October 2004
Robert Hickman - 1947
     Robert Donald Peralta Hickman was born on 26 March 1927 at Oakland, CA.. He was the son of Howard Dewey Hickman and Aster Isabell Moore. He married Elizabeth Oliphant Haddaway, daughter of Roland L. Haddaway and Elizabeth V. Oliphant, on 1 May 1948. He was a Freemason. He was an owner of a Precision Part Manufacturing Company. He died on 13 October 2004 at Glendale, CA., at age 77.

Citations

  1. [S3653] 1940 Los Angeles Co, CA. Census, Los Angeles.
  2. [S2248] 1930 Clatsop Co, OR. Census, Seaside.

Aster Isabell Moore1,2,3,4,5,6

F, b. 23 November 1902, d. 28 February 1983
Aster Moore
     Aster Isabell Moore was born on 23 November 1902 at Seaside, OR.. She was the daughter of Myron M Moore and Lillian May Fletcher. She married Howard Dewey Hickman, son of Joseph Morgan Hickman and Sarah Virginia Cunningham, on 19 May 1922 at Los Angeles, CA..7 She and Howard Dewey Hickman were divorced on 18 January 1935 at Oakland, CA.. She received a Bachelor of Arts from USC in 1938. She married Theodore Smith Palmer, son of George William Palmer and Margaret Agnes Smith. She was a school teacher at Okinawa, Japan. She received a Master of Arts from Los Angeles State College in 1962. She was a school teacher and reading specialist at Los Angeles, CA.. She died on 28 February 1983 at El Toro, Orange Co, CA., at age 80. She was buried at Section L.O., Block 27, Lot 46, Space #1, El Toro Cemetery, Orange Co, CA.. Aster provided several details of her life in a 1982 interview. Also she talked about her mother's experinces being blind and teaching at Perkins School. Click here for a transcription.

Children of Aster Isabell Moore and Howard Dewey Hickman

Child of Aster Isabell Moore and Theodore Smith Palmer

Citations

  1. [S2247] 1920 Clatsop Co, OR. Census, Seaside.
  2. [S73] Funeral Card.
  3. [S3653] 1940 Los Angeles Co, CA. Census, Los Angeles.
  4. [S2248] 1930 Clatsop Co, OR. Census, Seaside.
  5. [S2085] 1910 Clatsop Co, OH. Census, Seaside.
  6. [S1355] 1930 Alameda Co, CA. Census, Oakland.
  7. [S951] CA Marriage Index.

Joseph Morgan Hickman1,2,3,4,5,6,7

M, b. 3 September 1859, d. 18 October 1900
Joseph Morgan Hickman
     Joseph Morgan Hickman was born on 3 September 1859 at Whiteley Twp, Greene Co, PA.. He was the son of Jesse A. Hickman and Charlotte Waychoff. Joseph's mother died when he was three years old. He moved frequently as a child with his father and step-mother. By 1880, he finally settled in Mannington, West Virginia, where he lived with his sister Elizabeth and her husband William B. Sine. He married William's niece, Sarah V. Cunningham. He married Sarah Virginia Cunningham, daughter of Henry Harrison Cunningham and Nancy Anne Sine, on 19 August 1884 at Mannington, WV..3,8 He worked a small farm on Flat Run, just outside of Mannington. He also worked as a coke drawer and a miner at a nearby coal mine. He fell from an apple tree and suffered a compound fracture and/or back injury. He died of consumption at age 41, leaving 9 children, the youngest 5 months old. He died on 18 October 1900 at Mannington, WV., at age 41. He was buried at Beegum Church Cemetery, Mannington, WV..

Children of Joseph Morgan Hickman and Sarah Virginia Cunningham

Citations

  1. [S1124] 1900 Marion Co, WV. Census, Mannington.
  2. [S1237] 1880 Marion Co, WV. Census, Mannington.
  3. [S1147] Hickman Bible.
  4. [S1251] 1860 Greene Co, PA. Census, Richhill Twp.
  5. [S2352] 1870 Dent Co, MO. Census, Salem.
  6. [S1044] WV Death Record.
  7. [S1088] Obituary.
  8. [S2063] Marion Co, WV. Record Book C ,p.87.

Sarah Virginia Cunningham1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10

F, b. 13 June 1869, d. 17 January 1932
Sarah Virginia Cunningham
     Sarah Virginia Cunningham was born on 13 June 1869 at Mannington, WV.. She was the daughter of Henry Harrison Cunningham and Nancy Anne Sine. She married Joseph Morgan Hickman, son of Jesse A. Hickman and Charlotte Waychoff, on 19 August 1884 at Mannington, WV..6,11 She lived from 1905 to 1909 at Wheeling, WV.. She married Henry "Harry" Patrick Keenan, son of Patrick Henry Keenan and Anzonetta Mary "Ann" Baker, on 11 March 1905 at St. Charles Hotel, Wheeling, WV..12,6 She lived in 1911 at Barrackville, WV..13 She lived from 1912 to 1913 at Boothsville, WV..14,15 She and Henry "Harry" Patrick Keenan lived in 1915 at Eldora, WV..16,17 She lived in 1919 at Fairmont, WV..18 She married Benjamin Ison Stevens, son of Ezra Stevens and Rebecca Jacobs, on 30 January 1922 at Gladesville, WV..6,19 She lived in 1922 at Little Falls, Monongalia Co, WV..20 She died on 17 January 1932 at State Hospital, Weston, Lewis Co, WV., at age 62.21 She was buried at Beegum Cemetery, Mannington, WV..

Children of Sarah Virginia Cunningham and Joseph Morgan Hickman

Children of Sarah Virginia Cunningham and Henry "Harry" Patrick Keenan

Citations

  1. [S1124] 1900 Marion Co, WV. Census, Mannington.
  2. [S1237] 1880 Marion Co, WV. Census, Mannington.
  3. [S2058] 1870 Marion Co, WV. Census, Mannington.
  4. [S1168] 1910 Marion Co, WV. Census, Fairmont.
  5. [S1112] 1930 Marion Co, WV. Census, Brush Run, Mannington.
  6. [S1147] Hickman Bible.
  7. [S1111] 1920 Monongalia County WV Census, Clinton District.
  8. [S1088] Obituary.
  9. [S3496] Candy Jones Londono, e-mail to Howard Hickman, 2011 to 2016, photograph.
  10. [S2813] Fairmont Directory ,Mannington 1904, Fairmont 1907,1909.
  11. [S2063] Marion Co, WV. Record Book C ,p.87.
  12. [S2067] Bee Gum Scrapbook of newspaper clippings, compiled by Nancy A. Cunningham, and then Annie McFarland.
  13. [S4255] The Fairmont West Virginian neswpaper ,15 Jul 1911.
  14. [S4255] The Fairmont West Virginian neswpaper ,12 Apr 1913.
  15. [S4255] The Fairmont West Virginian neswpaper ,4 Apr 1912.
  16. [S4255] The Fairmont West Virginian neswpaper ,29 Nov 1915.
  17. [S4316] The Daily Telegram, Clarksburg, WV. ,22 May 1915.
  18. [S4255] The Fairmont West Virginian neswpaper ,7 Mar 1919.
  19. [S2149] WV Marriage Record.
  20. [S4255] The Fairmont West Virginian neswpaper ,5 Jun 1922.
  21. [S1044] WV Death Record.

Lillian May Fletcher1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11

F, b. 7 May 1864, d. 12 July 1931
Lillian Fletcher - Graduation from Perkins School
     Lillian May Fletcher was born on 7 May 1864 at Nashua, NH.. She was the daughter of Amos Fletcher and Clarissa "Clara" Ann Ferson. Lillian was blind as a child due to cataracts. In 1879, she attended The Perkins Institute for the Blind in Boston, MA, where she received her high school diploma in 1886. A young eye surgeon performed cataract operations, which restored part of her vision. She then taught at the Perkins School. One of her students was Edith Thomas, who was blind and deaf.
In 1890, she traveled to Honolulu, where she taught at the Quicehow Seminary. By 1892, she was teaching in several small rural schoolhouses in Marshall County, South Dakota. She married Myron M Moore, son of John Henry Moore and Celestia A. Burch, on 14 October 1897 at Aberdeen, Brown Co, SD.. She died on 12 July 1931 at Seaside, OR., at age 67; She died crossing a street, hit by a car she did not see. She was buried at Ocean View Cemetery, Clatsop Co, OR..

Children of Lillian May Fletcher and Myron M Moore

Citations

  1. [S1949] Robert Harry McIntyre, Descendants of Philip McIntyre, p. 139.
  2. [S1950] Aster Palmer Interview.
  3. [S2250] 1880 Boston, MA. Census.
  4. [S1972] 1870 Nashua, NH. Census.
  5. [S2018] 1900 Rock Co, MN. Census, Luverne.
  6. [S2004] Knox Co Historical and Genealogical, The Mt. Desert Widow - Gamble Family.
  7. [S2247] 1920 Clatsop Co, OR. Census, Seaside.
  8. [S3728] Long Beach Directory ,1923.
  9. [S2248] 1930 Clatsop Co, OR. Census, Seaside.
  10. [S2085] 1910 Clatsop Co, OH. Census, Seaside.
  11. [S3513] 1880 Federal Census, Supplement Schedules for Dependent, Defective, Delinquet Classes ,Perkins School, Boston, MA.

Jesse A. Hickman1,2

M, b. 1828, d. 12 June 1885
Jesse Hickman
     Jesse A. Hickman was born in 1828 at Greene Co, PA.. He was the son of Samuel Hickman and Elizabeth (---). He married Charlotte Waychoff, daughter of Jacob Waychoff Jr. and Nancy Bonar, circa 1848 at Greene Co, PA.. He was listed in the Draft list of Richill Twp, Greene Co, PA. between May 1863 and June 1863. He married Caroline Renner, daughter of Elisha T. Renner and Jane Gump, in 1864. He died on 12 June 1885 at Salem, Dent Co, MO.. Jesse married twice and fathered a total of thirteen children, the last when he was 54 years old. Jesse's first wife was Charlotte Waychoff, daughter of Jacob Waychoff, Jr. and Nancy Bonar. Charlotte was a direct descendant of Peter Wyckoff, who migrated from Holland to New Netherlands (now New York) in 1636. His house, now the Wyckoff House and Museum in Brooklyn, is the oldest house still standing in New York.
Jesse was a carpenter and joiner by trade. His known works included building railroad trestles, framing churches, and the fine woodworking inside a Courthouse. He was quite a strong willed character, weighing close to 300 pounds. Townsfolk lovingly called him "Uncle Jesse." It has been said that between work projects, he would go into town and drink heavily for days. The court records show that he was involved in several lawsuits in Greene County, and allegedly squandered the money of this first wife's estate.
Just east of Waynesburg, PA, Jesse purchased land from Elmore Phillips and advertised town lots for sale in the local newspaper, in December 1850. In the 1850's, Jesse and Charlotte lived on the farm of Jesse's father, on the border of Whiteley and Jefferson Townships, Greene County, where their six children were born.
In 1860, after the settlement of Charlotte's father's estate, Jesse and Charlotte moved and bought 51 acres property in Richhill Township, Greene County. They sold the land in 1863 when Charlotte became ill, probably of tuberculosis. Charlotte died on August 3, 1863.
In 1864, Jesse married Caroline Renner, who was the daughter of his first cousin, Elisha Renner. Caroline was born Oct. 28, 1845, remarried John Christopher after Jesse's death and died Nov. 12, 1920 in St. Louis, Missouri.
After his marriage to Caroline, Jesse and his large family moved to Maryland, Mannington WV, Salem Missouri, Gainesville Texas, Illinois and back to Salem Missouri, probably in search of carpentry work. In 1869, he built the house on Lot 24, #4 Monroe St., Mannington,WV. In Salem, MO, he built the stair railings and woodwork inside the Dent County Courthouse, which can still be seen today.
After building the Presbyterian Church in Salem, Jesse was elected Justice of the Peace of Spring Township, Dent County in 1882. He resigned in 1884, probably due to ill health, as he died in Salem, on June 12, 1885, after "a long and painful attack." There is no record of his burial, but he is probably buried in the same Potter's Field of the Cedar Grove Cemetery, where his son was buried three years earlier.

Children of Jesse A. Hickman and Charlotte Waychoff

Children of Jesse A. Hickman and Caroline Renner

Citations

  1. [S1639] Waynesburg Messenger, 27 jul 1863, 1863 Richhill Twp Draft List.
  2. [S1871] Jesse Hickman Sources ,1850-1880 U.S. Census; Greene County Tax, Property, Estate, and Court Records; Marion Co, WV. Deed v.19, p.246; Dent Co,. MO. Court Records Book E p.87; Mortgage Records; Salem (Cedar Grove Cemetery) Burial Records; Missouri Death Records; Salem Monitor Newspaper 1874, 1881, 1882, 1883, and 1885; "History of Dent County," installments #51 and #179 in Salem Monitor Newspaper c.1953; Family recollections, written by Jesse's granddaughter, Willa Hunter.

Charlotte Waychoff1

F, b. circa 1828, d. 3 August 1863
Charlotte Waychoff
     Charlotte Waychoff was born circa 1828 at Jefferson Twp, Greene Co, PA.. She was the daughter of Jacob Waychoff Jr. and Nancy Bonar. She married Jesse A. Hickman, son of Samuel Hickman and Elizabeth (---), circa 1848 at Greene Co, PA.. She died on 3 August 1863 at Greene Co, PA.. She obtained a loom in the 1859 Estate Sake of her father. She made quilts, one of which is now owned by Margaret Jones.

Children of Charlotte Waychoff and Jesse A. Hickman

Citations

  1. [S1251] 1860 Greene Co, PA. Census, Richhill Twp.

Henry Harrison Cunningham1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11

M, b. 31 October 1844, d. 3 April 1912
Henry Harrison Cunningham
     Henry Harrison Cunningham was born on 31 October 1844 at Cunningham Run, Eagle Twp, Harrison Co, VA.. He was the son of Christopher C. Cunningham and Elizabeth Linville. He moved to Marion County, and later sold his inherited interest in the family farm on Cunningham Run Harrison County. He was a railroad hand in 1865 at Marion Co, WV..12 He married Nancy Anne Sine, daughter of Alfred Flowers Sine and Mary Ann Chesney, on 19 November 1865 at Marion Co, WV..13 He was a farmer at Mannington, WV.. He served in Co. D, 1st Reg, WV National Guard from 1887 to 1894.14 He was the Chief Engineer at Mannington High School in 1907. He died on 3 April 1912 at Mannington, Marion Co, WV., at age 67. He was buried at Beegum Cemetery, Mannington, Marion Co, WV..

Children of Henry Harrison Cunningham and Nancy Anne Sine

Citations

  1. [S1168] 1910 Marion Co, WV. Census, Mannington.
  2. [S1124] 1900 Marion Co, WV. Census, Mannington.
  3. [S1237] 1880 Marion Co, WV. Census, Mannington.
  4. [S2058] 1870 Marion Co, WV. Census, Mannington.
  5. [S2099] 1850 Harrison Co, VA. Census.
  6. [S2100] 1860 Harrison Co, VA. Census.
  7. [S1044] WV Death Record.
  8. [S3496] Candy Jones Londono, e-mail to Howard Hickman, 2011 to 2016, photograph.
  9. [S1088] Obituary.
  10. [S4255] The Fairmont West Virginian neswpaper ,4 Apr 1912.
  11. [S2813] Fairmont Directory ,Mannington: 1909.
  12. [S2149] WV Marriage Record.
  13. [S2062] Marion Co, WV. Record Book C, p.29.
  14. [S2367] West Viriginia Adjudent General's Papers, WV State Archivles, Charleston, WV.

Nancy Anne Sine1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10

F, b. 24 May 1845, d. 3 October 1920
Nancy Ann Sine - 1864
     Nancy Anne Sine was born on 24 May 1845 at Flat Run, Mannington, Marion Co, WV..11 She was the daughter of Alfred Flowers Sine and Mary Ann Chesney. She married Henry Harrison Cunningham, son of Christopher C. Cunningham and Elizabeth Linville, on 19 November 1865 at Marion Co, WV..12 She kept a book of newspaper clippings of items about family and friends. (I now have it in my possession.) She lived in 1920 at 419 James St., Mannington, Marion Co, WV.. She died on 3 October 1920 at Mannington, Marion Co, WV., at age 75.11 She was buried at Beegum Cemetery, Mannington, Marion Co, WV..
(Comment: Here are some of her letters she wrote when she was 18, during the Civil War.)

Children of Nancy Anne Sine and Henry Harrison Cunningham

Citations

  1. [S1168] 1910 Marion Co, WV. Census, Mannington.
  2. [S1124] 1900 Marion Co, WV. Census, Mannington.
  3. [S1237] 1880 Marion Co, WV. Census, Mannington.
  4. [S2059] 1850 Marion Co, VA. Census.
  5. [S2060] 1860 Marion Co, VA. Census, Mannington.
  6. [S1044] WV Death Record.
  7. [S2058] 1870 Marion Co, WV. Census, Mannington.
  8. [S1109] 1920 Marion Co, WV Census, Mannington.
  9. [S2067] Bee Gum Scrapbook of newspaper clippings, compiled by Nancy A. Cunningham, and then Annie McFarland, obituary.
  10. [S2813] Fairmont Directory ,Mannington: 1909.
  11. [S1909] Sine Family Bible.
  12. [S2062] Marion Co, WV. Record Book C, p.29.

Myron M Moore1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12

M, b. 9 June 1875, d. 9 March 1946
Myron Moore
     Myron M Moore was born on 9 June 1875 at Pennfield Twp, Calhoun Co, MI.. He was the son of John Henry Moore and Celestia A. Burch. He went to school in a one room school house. at Burch School House, Miller Twp, Marshall Co, SD.. He married Lillian May Fletcher, daughter of Amos Fletcher and Clarissa "Clara" Ann Ferson, on 14 October 1897 at Aberdeen, Brown Co, SD.. He was a drayman in 1900 at Luverne, MN.. He was a lumberman and carpenter. He was an engineer for Clatsop Co. Road Dept. in 1918. He was a building caretaker in 1930 at Long Beach, CA.. He married Clara Gracia Gass on 16 June 1932 at Long Beach, CA..13 He lived in 1946 at 1355 W. Slover Ave., Fontana, CA.. He died on 9 March 1946 at San Bernardino Co, CA., at age 70.

Children of Myron M Moore and Lillian May Fletcher

Citations

  1. [S1035] W.W.I draft registration card.
  2. [S1105] California Death Record.
  3. [S2242] Calhoun Co, MI. Birth Record.
  4. [S1895] 1880 Calhoun Co, MI. Census, Pennfield Twp.
  5. [S2018] 1900 Rock Co, MN. Census, Luverne.
  6. [S2245] 1885 SD Census ,Marshal Co.
  7. [S2287] California Voter Registrations ,1940, 1942, 1944: 1355 W. Slover, Fontana.
  8. [S2247] 1920 Clatsop Co, OR. Census, Seaside.
  9. [S3650] 1940 San Bernadino Co, CA. Census, Fontana.
  10. [S3728] Long Beach Directory ,1923,24,2627,31,32,33,35,36.
  11. [S1280] 1930 Los Angeles, CA. Census, Long Beach.
  12. [S2085] 1910 Clatsop Co, OH. Census, Seaside.
  13. [S1878] CA Marriage Record.

Howard Dewey Hickman IV

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     Howard Dewey Hickman IV is the son of Howard Dewey Hickman III and Marcia Lynn Wright.

Mary Magdalena Livengood1

F, b. 4 December 1756, d. 25 August 1838
     Mary Magdalena Livengood was born on 4 December 1756 at Colebrookdale Twp, Berks Co, PA.. She was the daughter of Johan Peter Livengood and Ann Eva Linderman. She was baptized on 20 March 1757 at New Hanover Lutheran Church, Philadelphia Co, PA.. She married Robert Hickman, son of Samuel Hickman and Nannie (---), circa 1788. She died on 25 August 1838 at Whiteley Twp, Greene Co, PA., at age 81. She was buried at Hickman Cemetery, Frosty Run, Greene Co, PA; Photos of Hickman Cemetery.

Children of Mary Magdalena Livengood and Robert Hickman

Citations

  1. [S3037] Pat Brucer, The Levengood Story.

Johan Peter Livengood1,2,3

M, b. 16 December 1733, d. 6 January 1814
     Johan Peter Livengood was born on 16 December 1733 at Gumbrechtshoffen, BasRhin, Alsace. He was the son of Hans Jacob Liebengut Jr. and Maria Margaretha Schafer. He immigrated on Ship Phoenix on 28 August 1750. He married Ann Eva Linderman, daughter of John ? Linderman and Ann(?) (---), circa 1753 at Berks Co, PA.. He died on 6 January 1814 at Whiteley Twp, Greene Co, PA., at age 80.

SYNOPSIS of the Life of PETER LIVENGOOD SR (c. 1733-1814)
by Pat (Levengood) Brucer

Among the arrivals in Philadelphia August 28, 1750 aboard the "Phoenix" were Hans Jacob Liebengut and family: wife Anna Margaretha, sons Peter and Hans Jacob Jr, daughters Magdalena and Barbara, and Magdalena's husband George Shep/Schnep.

They settled in Barks Co and were members of the Lutheran Church of Colebrookdale Parish, which included Hill Church and the New Hanover Church at Falkners Swamp in Montgomery Co. Peter and Eva Linderman were married before Sunday, April 14, 1754, when they took communion at Hill Church. On May 18, 1755, Margaretha was listed in the church book as the widow of Hans Jacob Sr. It's believed she died before or soon after December 14 that year, as she was not a baptismal sponsor of Peter's first child (or subsequent babies) as would be expected. Peter paid taxes 1758-67 in Colebrookdale Twp; he was a founder at Colebrookdale Furnace, just south of Boyertown.

About 1768 Peter and brother Jacob moved to Frederick Co, VA, and lived near Isaac Zane's Iron Works on Cedar Creek, Marlboro, where cannon and ammunition were produced for the Continental Army.. Son George was born there in 1775. In March 1776, Peter Jr enlisted in the 8th VA Regiment and served until his escape from the British in June 1780, after the defeat at Charleston. On the 1782 VA state census, Peter Sr and Jacob were both listed with their families, in Frederick Co, near Marleboro.

In 1783/84 Peter Sr joined Peter Jr in SW Pennsylvania. The younger Peter had settled on Pursley Creek and was listed on the 1781 Supply Tax with 100 acres, 2 horses & 3 cows, for a 74 pound property evaluation. Both were taxed in 1784 in Washington Co, Cumberland Twp. In 1786 Peter Sr was warranted a 200 acre tract, "Peter's Purchase" on a branch of Muddy Creek. Brother Jacob's 1789 warrant was for "Green Bush" on Frosty Run, a branch of Big Whiteley Creek in Greene Twp, about 2 miles south of Peter Sr.

Peter's wife Eva was dead before March 1808 when he made his will, in which he names all eight children: Elizabeth (Mathias) Halfhill; Magdalena (Robert ) Hickman; Peter Jr (m: Mary Provator Sellars); Catherine (John) Smith; Maria Margaretha (James) Waits; Barbara (John) Lemley; Sarah (Jacob Jr.) Franks and George. Peter died at about 80 on January 6, 1814 in Whiteley Twp at the home of daughter Barbara and John Lemley, who had taken care of him during his final illness. He was buried beside Eva, and early records indicate well-tended graves--but do not give the location.

Children of Johan Peter Livengood and Ann Eva Linderman

Citations

  1. [S1913] 1798 PA Direct Tax List ,Livengood listings.
  2. [S1133] Greene Co, PA. Estate Records ,File # 199.
  3. [S3037] Pat Brucer, The Levengood Story.

Ann Eva Linderman

F, b. circa 1735, d. between 1800 and 1808
     Ann Eva Linderman was born circa 1735. She was the daughter of John ? Linderman and Ann(?) (---). She married Johan Peter Livengood, son of Hans Jacob Liebengut Jr. and Maria Margaretha Schafer, circa 1753 at Berks Co, PA.. She died between 1800 and 1808 at Greene Co, PA..

Children of Ann Eva Linderman and Johan Peter Livengood