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2 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F1412
 
3  Family F1998
 
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From the front page of the Honolulu Advertiser, Saturday, December 27, 1941

Bruce R. McBride Dies at Queen's

Was Head of Hawaiian Homes Commission

Bruce R. McBride, well-known kamaaine businessman, died here yesterday at 11:30 a.m., at the Queen's hospital. He was chairman of the Hawaiian Homes Commission and resident manager of the Glidden Paint Co.

Mr. McBride, who lived at 415 Royal Hawaiian avenue, was born in Des Moines, Iowa, 59 years ago. After many years in business in San Francisco, he came to Hawaii in 1923.

Liquor Commissioner

Mr. McBride was a member of the territorial liquor commission, belonged to the Commercial Club and was an active Shriner. He was First Ceremonial Master in the Aloha temple and was a candidate for the office of Oriental Guide.

In July, 1939, Mr. McBride was appointed member of the Hawaiian Homes Commission, and in October, 1939, he was named chairman. Last month, Governor Poindexter reappointed him chairman to serve until Nov. 18, 1946.

On Housing Board

He was also a member of the Papakolea Housing Board, appointed in June, 1939.

He is survived by his wife and daughter Alice, who is now Mrs. Fred Witman. Mrs. Witman lives in Los Angeles.

Services will be held over the ashes at 2 p.m. today at Borthwick's mortuary.


Also:
transcription of obituary the day after he died. Kamaaine is from Hawaiian kama'aine, connoting a long-time resident of Hawaii - at the time, more specifically a non-native-born long-time resident. 
McBride, Bruce (I221)
 
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Schwabacher, Moses (I4555)
 
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MARTIN LUPER,

a farmer three miles south of Norwalk, is a native of the Keystone State, born in Crawford County, Pennsylvania, in 1817, and is a son of Jacob and Nancy (McMurtry) Luper. His father moved to Huron County, Ohio, when Martin was twelve years old, and there followed farming until his death. Mr. Luper went to Illinois when a young man, and there, on October 24, 1841, married Margaret Robinson, who died April 11, 1844, leaving one child. He married Frances Dunbar, April 14, 1846, with whom he crossed the plains in the early days of California, coming with three two-horse wagons and eighteen yoke of cattle, about half of them being cows, and one span of mules and one of mares. They were on the way from April till August 27, 1853. His wife died May 16, 1859, leaving five children. He followed farming very successfully in the Willamette Valley, Oregon, till 1878, when he moved to Los Angeles County. Since coming here he has also been very successful. He owned a fine farm near Downey till recently, when he sold out at a handsome profit and bought 160 acres of land where he now lives. He has built a very commodious residence and barn, overlooking the finest scope of country toward the ocean that can be seen in this county. On this ranch he has two fine artesian wells, and has planted some fine orchards of bluegum, oranges, peaches and apricots; and in his wide and fertile pastures may be seen some of the finest horses in this or any other part of the State. Mr. Luper married Mary Gosner in Los Angeles, February 8, 1889. She is a native of the Buckeye State, being born near Mount Vernon, and is a daughter of Dr. Joseph and Sarah (Plue) Gosner. Her father was of Pennsylvania Dutch origin, and her mother of French. Her father was a farmer in his early life, but later a practicing physician. Mr. Luper has been a man of energy and eminently successful. He is one to whom " Nature has been kind," and in his old days, which are now beginning to come on, he will be able to extract as much comfort from life as any man living.

An Illustrated History of Los Angeles County, California, Chicago, The Lewis Publishing Company, 1889
Page 534
Transcribed by Kathy Sedler
http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~cagha/biographies/l/luper-martin.txt
 
Luper, James Martin Bernheisel (I150)
 
7
Norman Horwitz, neurosurgeon who operated on D.C. police officer wounded in Reagan assassination attempt, dies at 87

By Rebecca Cohen October 3, 2012, The Washington Post

Norman Horwitz, a Washington neurosurgeon who helped successfully treat a D.C. police officer wounded by President Ronald Reagan’s would-be assassin in 1981, died Oct. 2 at his home in Chevy Chase. He was 87.

He died of complications from Parkinson’s disease, said his son Tony Horwitz, the author and Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist.

Dr. Horwitz was a professor emeritus of neurological surgery at George Washington University Medical Center, where his father had once served on the surgical staff. In a career spanning five decades, Dr. Horwitz trained generations of neurosurgical residents through his affiliations with GWU and MedStar Washington Hospital Center.

He drew the most public recognition as part of a team that removed an explosive bullet from the neck of Officer Thomas Delahanty, who was shot while escorting Reagan from the Washington Hilton Hotel on March 30, 1981.

Reagan was leaving the hotel after a speaking engagement when John W. Hinckley Jr. fired at him six times with a revolver. One of the bullets ricocheted off the door of Reagan’s limousine, piercing the president’s lung.

No one died in the assassination attempt, although press secretary James Brady took a bullet to the brain. Both Delahanty and Secret Service agent Timothy McCarthy were shot while trying to protect Reagan.

Dr. Horwitz assisted Michael Dennis in operating on Delahanty at the Washington Hospital Center. The doctors volunteered for the task despite being warned that the bullet could injure them if it detonated.

Dennis, who served under Dr. Horwitz as a resident and then became his medical partner for 20 years, said Dr. Horwitz was “instrumental in developing neurosurgery in the Washington area.”

Norman Harold Horwitz was born May 4, 1925, in Rochester, Minn., where his father, Alec Horwitz, was then a resident at the Mayo Clinic. His mother, the former Jean Himmelfarb, became a Washington lawyer.

Dr. Horwitz graduated in 1942 from Woodrow Wilson High School in the District. He completed his undergraduate degree at Princeton in two years and was a 1948 graduate of Columbia University medical school.

He was a post-graduate research fellow in neurophysiology at Yale University and a surgical intern at Massachusetts Memorial Hospital before serving in the Air Force during the Korean War. He was in the neurosurgical unit at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio.

After his discharge, he completed his neurosurgical residency at Yale and entered private practice in Washington in 1956.

He also joined the George Washington University medical school faculty and became an attending neurosurgeon at the university hospital before retiring in 1995. That year, he also retired as chairman of neurosurgery at MedStar Washington Hospital Center, a position he had held since 1987.

In the 1960s, Dr. Horwitz took his surgical teaching overseas to Afghanistan, India and Iran. He returned to Shiraz, Iran, in 1977 as a visiting professor of neurosurgery at Pahlavi Medical School. He also was a neurosurgical consultant at the MedStar National Rehabilitation Hospital in Washington and remained an active investigator at the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology at Walter Reed Army Medical Center, now known as the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, after retiring from surgical practice.

Survivors include his wife of 62 years, Elinor Lander Horwitz of Chevy Chase; three children, Erica Horwitz of Scarsdale, N.Y., Joshua Horwitz of Washington and Tony Horwitz of West Tisbury, Mass.; a sister, Annetta Kushner of Annapolis; and seven grandchildren.

With Washington neurosurgeon Hugo V. Rizzoli, Dr. Horwitz wrote the influential medical book “Postoperative Complications in Neurosurgical Practice: Recognition, Prevention and Management,” which was first published in 1967. Dr. Horwitz also was a prolific contributor to medical journals and dispensed occasional medical opinions in the popular press.

In 1989 — on the bicentennial of the French revolution — The Washington Post asked Dr. Horwitz whether King Louis XVI of France could have remained conscious after being guillotined. Some experts speculated that the deposed king could have heard the crowd roar in delight as the blade cut through the monarch’s neck.

“I don’t think [any of this] is impossible,” Dr. Horwitz said. 
Horwitz, Norman Harold (I4618)
 
8 9 a.m. Charles Emperor of Charlemagne (I1826)
 
9 her 1st Family F845
 
10 Jackson, James R., editor; George C., compiler Furber; Ezra S. Stearns; James R. (James Robert) Jackson; Ezra S. (Ezra Scollay) Stearns; and George C. (George Clarence) Furber. History of Littleton New Hampshire: in Three Volumes. (Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States: Cambridge, Mass: The University Press, 1905), Vol 3, pg. 281, Secondary quality.

Richard Jackman, son of James, b. Feb 15, 1660, m. June 26, 1682, Elizabeth Plumer, b. Oct 19, 1662, dau. of Samuel Plumer.
 
Family F1553
 
11 Salisbury, Essex, Massachusetts, United States. Vital Records of Salisbury, Massachusetts, to the end of the year 1849. (Topsfield, Massachusetts: Topsfield Historical Society, 1915), 142, .

Martha, d. Daniel and Elenor, Feb. 18, 1775.
 
Jackman, Martha (I3861)
 
12 Salisbury, Essex, Massachusetts, United States. Vital Records of Salisbury, Massachusetts, to the end of the year 1849. (Topsfield, Massachusetts: Topsfield Historical Society, 1915), 564.

French, Johanna, w. Simon, [died] May 15, 1704. NCTBK.
 
Jackman, Joanna (I3909)
 
13 "daughter of JJ and Rebecca McMillin; wife of George B. Luper "
Plot: Section A, Lot 8, Grave 1
Find A Grave Memorial# 52831886 
McMillin, Nancy J (I4411)
 
14 "Extract from the register of the acts of baptism, marriage, and burial of the Advent Church of Sutton

in the said district of Bedford, for the year one thousand eighteen hundred and seventy-seven to wit:
"Winthrop Jackman Cutters [sic], born Sutton Flatt Aug. 30, 1877.
Infant son of Dr. F.A. & Elizabeth Cutters, Resident physician at Sutton, P. Queue.
(Signed) F. A. Cutter Jr.
(Signed) F. Guriner
(Signed) Fred A. Cutter
Stamped: 20 Jan. 1953 
Source (S67)
 
15 # Title: Origin of the Name Storm Van Der Zee (The)
Author: Becker, Alfred L
Publication: New York Genealogical and Biographical Record XXXV (Jan 1904)
Call Number: 929.3747 N42NE (WaT)
Media: Magazine
Page: 45
Text: Ship's Log: "Sunday 2nd ditto: Ran 16 miles Nort-East by East, the wind about West; by guess, latitude 41 degrees, 50 minutes; with exceedingly rough sea...this day the waves broke over our helm repeatedly, with the stormy weather; this day was born here on the ship a child, who was given the name, and in England was baptized, Storm; the mother, Annetje Barents; the above the events of the day." 
Vanderzee, Storm Albertzen Bradt (I499)
 
16 (1766)
Sep 18 bo Sep 12 Cathalyntje of John David and Elisabeth Wyngaard Wit Yzaac Trouex Cathalyna Maas Sep bo Aug Ebbetje of John Bell and Margarita
p 21, 22 Year Book of the Holland Society of New-York, 1908, Fifth Albany Book. Published by the Direction of the Society under the Supervision of the under signed Committee TUNIS G BERGEN ARTHUR H VAN BRUNT FRANK HASBROUCK

Section: RECORDS OF THE REFORMED DUTCH CHURCH OF ALBANY NY, Baptismal Record 1765 to 1771 
Family F1616
 
17 (Believe the recorder off-set some of the data in the record) Also, lists "Anderson" Works on Farm. With approx. correct age for Loren Bird (Adopted Son). Perhaps his family name?
Source Type: Census 
Source (S158)
 
18 (Date from Naturalization papers) Family F13
 
19 (DoB Updated based on Military and Death records) Bratt, Gerrit Teunis (I65)
 
20 (draft cards from WW1 and WW2 say birth year 1878. Death index says 1879 and so does headstone. I'm going with draft cards since they are earlier in his life and he would have filled them out) Smith, Fountain Morris (I657)
 
21 (from Almy Family Tree, Ancestry.com) Milwain, John (I4907)
 
22 (From Paula Byard's notes)
Amos Fithian may have immigrated to the United States from France. He settled in New Jersey where he married Sr 
Fithian, Amos (I621)
 
23 (Had 1906, need to double-check)
Find A Grave Memorial# 28808222 
Luper, George W (I538)
 
24 (had 1906. check) Luper, George W (I538)
 
25 (Listed in Social Security Application of Sook H Ray) Houng, Suongi (I5227)
 
26 (Listed in Social Security Application of Sook H Ray) Lee, Chungshan (I5228)
 
27 (marriage date from obituary which also says she was in Spokane WA at the time of death)) Family F276
 
28 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F90
 
29 (Tihs is possible speculation. I am unsure of Reba's marriage situation)
Source Type: Census 
Source (S291)
 
30 1 APR 1717 - John Sutton, Richard Mauldin and Thomas Terry granted 600 acres in King William County, adj. Richard Turner.

13 NOV 1721 - Richard Turner granted 380 acres in King William Co, St. John's Parish, on branches of Jack Pond swamp and Polecat swamp.

13 NOV 1721 - Richard Turner granted 400 acres in King William County, above the rangers path by N. side of Reedy swamp. (same day, Samuel Norment was granted 325 acres above mouth of reedy swamp)




Richard TURNER, 380 acres (N.L.) King William Co, in St. John's Parish; on branches of Jack Pond SW & Polecat SW; 13 Nov 1721, p. 72. 40 Shill. (Cavaliers and Pioneers)

Richard TURNER, 400 acres (N.L.) King Wm. Co, above the Rangers path by N. side of the Reedy SW; 13 Nov. 1721, p. 73, 40 Shill. (Cavaliers and Pioneers, also mentioned in Colonial Caroline under St. Margaret's Parish)

12 NOV 1742 - The court proceeded to the proof of Richard Turner's will (Richard Turner the heir at law being present), which being proved by Samuel Norment and John Tounsend, two of the witnesses, is ordered to be recorded. And Elizabeth Turner having taken the oath of executrix, certificate is granted her for obtaining a probate thereof. James Turner, being appointed executor of the will, renounced toe executorship. Ordered that Samuel Norment, Titus Hurt, John Sutton and JOHN JOHNS appraise the estate of Richard Turner. (pg 134)

Caroline County Order Book 1732-1740



12 NOV 1736 - Richard Turner acknowledged his deed of land to his son Lewis
Turner. Richard Turner acknowledged his deed of land to his son John
Turner. Richard Turner acknowledged his deed of land to his son James
Turner. (pg 379)

12 MAY 1738 - Richard Turner acknowledges his deed of gift to his son Richard
Turner, Jr. (pg 477)

Caroline County Order Book 1740-1744

12 NOV 1742 - The court proceeded to the proof of Richard Turner's will
(Richard Turner the heir at law being present), which being proved by Samuel
Norment and John Tounsend, two of the witnesses, is ordered to be recorded.
And Elizabeth Turner having taken the oath of executrix, certificate is
granted her for obtaining a probate thereof. James Turner, being appointed
executor of the will, renounced toe executorship. Ordered that Samuel
Norment, Titus Hurt, John Sutton and John Johns appraise the estate of
Richard Turner. (pg 134)

11 MAR 1742/3 - The last will and testament of Richard Turner was presented
in court by Margt. Turner and Lewis Turner, executrix and executor therein
named, and James Turner, the heir at law, consented to the wills' being
proved. Proved by Hugh Noden, Gent., Wm. Norment and Charles Noden,
witnesses thereto. Ordered that William Whitlock, Henry Burk, John Dudley
and John George appraise the estate of Richard Turner. (pg 159)

1720 Richard TURNER, 300 acres Between Reedy Swamp and Jack Pond Branch (St. Margaret's Parish, Caroline; this found in 'Colonial Caroline')

Richard TURNER, 380 acres (N.L.) King William Co, in St. John's Parish; on branches of Jack Pond SW & Polecat SW; 13 Nov 1721, p. 72. 40 Shill. (Cavaliers and Pioneers)

Richard TURNER, 400 acres (N.L.) King Wm. Co, above the Rangers path by N. side of the Reedy SW; 13 Nov. 1721, p. 73, 40 Shill. (Cavaliers and Pioneers, also mentioned in Colonial Caroline under St. Margaret's Parish) 
Turner, James (I3369)
 
31 1 child Family F1815
 
32 1 girl Family F1817
 
33 10 Children, 9 girls 1 boy! Luper, Harriet (I161)
 
34 11 Children Family F1831
 
35 13 chileren including Lewis Edmund. Family F1826
 
36 15 Siblings! Franck, Reah (I551)
 
37 160 Acre Farm (3 Mi. So of Norwalk) Luper, James Martin Bernheisel (I150)
 
38 1704- WILLIAM JOHNS appeared on the Quit Rent Roll in King William Co., VA as owning 100 acres of land.

21 FEB 1720- Henry Webber, 260 acres in St. John's Parish, King William Co. for 30 shillings, on both sides of the main Road; adjoining. his own land, William Isbell, land of WILLIAM JOHNS & Terry's line; on NE side of Long Branch; & through his plantation. p. 52.

The name of WILLIAM JOHNS' wife is unknown. It is very likely that she introduced the name LOCKEY into this branch of the JOHNS family. 
Johns, William (I3362)
 
39 1778 tax list shows Thomas McMurtry with 84 acres of improved lands valued at $400.00, 8 cattle, 27 hogs, 6 horses, no slaves.

From Somerset County Historical Quarterly Vol V p 280

McMurtry - Thomas McMurtry and wife Mary, with his brothers Robert and Joseph, were Scotch-Irish from North Ireland, who came to America about 1720 and located in Morris Co. Thomas, from whom those of the name in Somerset are believed to descend, had sons James, Thomas and Robert.

Will:

In the name of God, Amen. I, Thomas McMurtrie of the County of Somerset and Twp. of Bernard, being weak in Body but o sound mind and Memory (blessed be God), do this Thirtyeth day of March One Thousand Seven Hundred and Eightyfive make and publish this my Last Will and Testament in the Manner following: (That is to say) Principally and first of all, I resign my soul into the hands of God that gave it; hoping in the Merits, Mediation and Intersession of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.

Secondly, it is my Will and I do hereby Order that all my Debts and funeral Charges be first paid and discharged.

I give and Bequeath unto my beloved wife Mary a Maintenance out of my Estate during her Natural Life and all her Clothing and Household furniture is to be at her disposal and my Son Roert is to furnish her with a Horse and Saddle to use at her Request, during her natural life.

Item - I give and Bequeath unto my son Thomas, Seven Shillings and Six Pence
Item - I give and Bequeath unto Zephaniah Martin, Seven Shillings and Six Pence
Item - I give and Bequeath unto the Children of my Eldest Son James McMurtrie Seven Shillings
and six Pence
Item - I give and Bequesth unto my son Robert All my Estate Real and Personal, Excepting that part thereof that is herein before bequeathed.

And I make and Ordain my Beloved Wife Mary Executor and my Friend Samuel McCord Executor of this my last Will and Testament, giving them Full Power and Authority to Act and do as it herein Contained, and disannulling all former Wills by me made, Ratifying, Allowing and Confirming this and no Other to be my last Will and Testament,

Signed, Sealed and Delivered in presence of

James McVicker
Robert Andrew
William McVicker
Thomas' will is located in the New Jersey Archives, Vol. 6, page 262.
 
McMurtry, James (I917)
 
40 1880 Census (June 1880) reports Bert is 1 year of age. Death record indicates burth date is May 1880. Ringo, George Bert (I216)
 
41 1880 Census lists Mary as wife (probably in error?) Previous census (1870) lists Hulda Ann as wife with children up through John. Ringo, Herbert Cornelius (I4168)
 
42 1880 Census under Gurnsey
1910 and 1920 Census under Adella Bell
1930, 1940 Census under Fluke
Burried next to Budd Bell
Referenced in Obituary on file for sister, Florence Gurnsey (Adella Fluke).
Can't locate her in 1900 census. 
Gurnsey, Adella (I596)
 
43 1889 City Directory:
(Image 264, p ) Blabon, Joseph W. Successor to Blabon, Warren & Chipley), Importer and Jobber Notions and Furnishing Goods 
Bratt, Joshua Rathbun (I9)
 
44 1900 Census lists Edna's name as Edora.
Source Type: Census 
Source (S289)
 
45 1900 Census lists one birth, none living as of that date. Dunbar, Minerva O. (I394)
 
46 1900 Census records 5 births, 4 living for Eliza. Presume that Martha is not related by birth Family F1706
 
47 1900 census records 7 children, 3 living. Dutcher, Almeda (I4832)
 
48 1900 Census records Sara Ada Barton birthday as Feb. 1880
Source Type: Census 
Source (S270)
 
49 1940 Census lists two lodgers -- Mary Baur and Loretta Reichert. Robert's age is 14 -- written over 44 (Ancestry.com has it as 44, spouse. This is incorrect.)
Source Type: Census 
Source (S436)
 
50 1940 Census shows Alfred and Clifford Shinn have returned to live with their father, Alfred Bratt, Gerrit Teunis (I65)
 

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