Saturday, June 2, 2018

Events in My Family Tree: May 30

The reason Grover Sellers and Addie Sellers have the same last name is because they were 1st cousins once removed.  And I have to wonder if Grover's middle name was Cleveland.


Flossie Kerlister Sellers, daughter of Grover C. Sellers and Addie Myrtle Sellers, was born May 30, 1909 in Auglaize County, Ohio.  She is my 5th cousin 2x removed.

Roy Gauntt, son of George D. Gauntt and Lena L. Baker, was born May 30, 1917 in Edgewater, Bergen County, New Jersey.  He is my 2nd cousin once removed.

Earl Leroy Slentz, son of Andrew Earl Slentz and Bessie Florence Landis, was born May 30, 1918 in Drumright, Creek County, Oklahoma.  He is my 5th cousin once removed on my Gauntt line through the Slentzes.

Brenda Sue Tessin, daughter of Robert Lee Tessin and Judith Elaine, was born May 30, 1957 in Michigan, probably in Calhoun County.  She is my 6th cousin once removed on my Gauntt line through the Tessins.

Robin Lynne Kanovsky was born May 30, 1963 in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.  She is my 4th cousin on my Meckler line.

Cameron Audrey Catalino was born May 30, 2000 in Newark or Dover, Delaware.  She is my 1st cousin 2x removed on my Sellers line.


Charles Reeves and Anna Elizabeth P. Gaunt, daughter of Hananiah Selah Gaunt and Abigail Atkinson, were married on May 30, 1861 in New Jersey.  Anna is my 2nd-great-grandaunt.

Abraham Sam Perlman, son of Louis Perlman and Jennie Novitsky (originally Nowicki), and Stella Joffe were married on May 30, 1920 in Brooklyn, Kings County, New York.  Abraham is my 2nd cousin 2x removed via the Nowickis.

Bruce Morlack and Kathleen Lynn Allen, daughter of William Ledger Allen and Edna Hankins, were married on May 30, 1980.  Kathleen is my 5th cousin once removed on my Gauntt line through the Allens.


Sidney Kelly died May 30, 1850 at the age of 69 in Bucks County, Pennsylvania.  She is my 4x-great-grandmother.

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