Thursday, March 22, 2018

Events in My Family Tree: March 11

Still trying to catch up on my dates.  The big surprise for this list is a total lack of Sellerses!


Mary Kinsey was born March 11, 1768, probably in New Jersey.  She was married to John Gaunt, son of Joseph Gaunt and Elizabeth Borton, who is my 4th-great-granduncle.

Lucy J. Gaunt, daughter of Redden N. Gaunt and Pauline E. Smoot, was born March 11, 1855 in Indiana, probably in Jay County.  She is my 3rd cousin 3x removed.

Warren Riley Steward was born March 11, 1923 in Indiana.  He was married to Alice Louise Gaunt, daughter of Lewis Allen Gaunt and Opal Esther Westrick, who is my 4th cousin 2x removed.

Michael Gordon Kushner, son of Benjamin Louis Kushner and Gladys Shindelman, was born March 11, 1954 in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.  He is my 4th cousin on my Meckler line through the Kushners.

Gayle Malka Kushner, daughter of Benjamin Louis Kushner and Gladys Shindelman, was born March 11, 1957 in Portage la Prairie, Manitoba, Canada.  She is the sister of Michael Gordon Kushner and is also my 4th cousin.

Jeffrey H. Baade was born March 11, 1962 in Watsonville, Santa Cruz, California.  He is married to Riana Amine Rocke, who is my 2nd cousin on my Meckler line.

Tal Eisenstadt was born March 11, 1998 in Haifa, Israel.  He is my 4th cousin on my Meckler line.


Samuel Deffenbaugh and Mary Mack, daughter of John Mack and Mary Woolsey, were married on March 11, 1866, probably in Ohio.  Mary is my 3rd cousin 4x removed.


William Paul Bowen, son of Paul Sayer Bowen and Catherine C. Corley, died March 11, 1996 at the age of 50 in Mineola, Nassau County, New York.  He is the 1st cousin once removed of my half-sister Laurie Sellers.

Murray Elliot Perlman, son of Abraham Sam Perlman and Stella Joffe, died March 11, 1998 at the age of 77 in Manhattan, New York County, New York.  He is my 3rd cousin once removed on my Nowicki line through the Perlmans.

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