Tuesday, February 13, 2018

Events in My Family Tree: February 13

So February 12 had no deaths, and now February 13 has no marraiges.  I'm guessing that anyone thinking about getting married around this time of year might have waited until Valentine's Day to do so.

Births

Sarah Fox, daughter of Emanuel Fox and Anna Margarethe Mack, was born February 13, 1800, probably in Germantown, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania.  She is my 4th-great-grandaunt.

Gersham Marion Core was born February 13, 1860 in Logan County, Ohio.  He was married to Anna Jane Sellers, daughter of John Wengard Sellers and Mary Melissa Conkle, who is my 4th couxin 3x removed.

Thomas Arthur Johnson, son of John Daniel Johnson, Jr. and Elizabeth S. Atkinson, was born February 13, 1899 in New Jersey, possibly in Burlington County.  He is my 2nd cousin 3x removed on my Fox line through the Johnsons.

Fred Adams, son of Alma Adams and John White, was born about February 13, 1923 in Columbus, Muscogee County, Georgia.  He is the granduncle of my not-quite-cousin Angela Williams.

Theresa Hunt, daughter of John Hunt and Lois Adele Weaver, was born February 13, 1948.  She is my 5th cousin once removed on my Gauntt line.

Alexander Jacob Kardash was born February 13, 1990 in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.  He is my 3rd cousin on my Gorodetsky line.

Isaiah Gabriel Lederman was born February 13, 2002.  He is my 3rd cousin once removed on my Gordon line.


Deaths

William Mack, son of Alexander Mack, Jr. and Elizabeth Neis, died February 13, 1813 at the age of 63 in Bakers Summit, Bedford County, Pennsylvania.  He is my 5th-great-granduncle.

Mendel Hertz Brainin, son of Solomon Brainin and Yetta, died February 13, 1930 at the age of about 68 in Harlem, Manhattan, New York County, New York.  He is my maternal great-great-grandfather.

Charles Lee Gaunt, son of David Clinton Gaunt and Martha S. Hartman, died February 13, 1958 at the age of 64 in Dunkirk, Indiana.  He is my 4th cousin 2x removed.

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