Thursday, May 10, 2018

Events in My Family Tree: April 30

My sister is named Stacy.  During my research I have discovered several Stacys in my family tree (all men), although my mother had no idea about that when she chose the name.


Stacy T. Gaunt, son of Samuel Gaunt, Jr. and Ann Horner, was born April 30, 1836 in New Jersey, probably in Salem County.  He is my 3rd cousin 4x removed.

Jason Mack, son of John Mack and Mary Woolsey, was born April 30, 1842 in Ohio, probably in Licking County.  He is also my 3rd cousin 4x removed.

Catherine S. Dunn, daughter of Patrick J. Dunn and Catherine Bowden, was born April 30, 1867 in South Orange, Essex County, New Jersey.  She is the paternal great-grandmother of my half-sister Laurie Sellers.

Joseph Randell was born Aprl 30, 1962, possibly in Massachusetts.  He is the 3rd cousin of my half-sister Laurie Sellers on her Bowen line.

April Elizabeth Carter was born April 30, 1963.  She is my 5th cousin 2x removed on my Gauntt line.

Alana Ronite Fiks was born April 30, 1982 in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.  She is my 4th cousin once removed on my  Meckler line.


Samuel Eli Thomas, Jr., son of Samuel Eli Thomas and Esther Jane Ellis, and Gloria Olvey were married on April 30, 1965.  Samuel is my 2nd cousin on my Gauntt line through the Ellises.


Bertram Ezra Sellers, son of Bertram Lynn Sellers and Elizabeth Leatherberry Sundermeier, died April 30, 1926 at the age of 1 year 8 months in Mount Holly, Burlington County, New Jersey.  He is my paternal grandfather's first child and my uncle.

Harry G. Gaunt, son of Robert Barclay Gaunt and Harriet Prickett, died April 30, 1934 at the age of 66 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania.  He is my 4th cousin 3x removed.

Morris Gordon, son of Victor Gordon and Esther Leah Schneiderman, died April 30, 1988 at the age of 79 in Brooklyn, Kings County, New York.  He is my great-granduncle.

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