Wednesday, June 30, 2021

Events in My Family Tree: June 29

I remember going to my cousin Gail's wedding.  My mother took all three of us kids—who were only 5, 6, and 7 at the time—to Florida with her for the occasion.  Our cousin Harriet (also a Gordon) helped wrangle us kids.


Samuel Michael Brainin, son of Nathan(?) Katz and Lena Brainin, was born June 29, 1922 in Manhattan, New York County, New York.  He is my 1st cousin 2x removed on my Brainin line.

Shari Lee Mowry was born June 29, 1963.  She is my 5th cousin 2x removed.

Guy Edward Allen, Jr. was born June 29, 1982.  He is also my 5th cousin 2x removed.

Christine Elizabeth Sellers was born June 29, 1988.  She is my 2nd cousin once removed.


Theodore Trumbower(?) and Hattie M. Gaunt, daughter of Benjamin Gaunt and Mary Elizabeth Sever, were married June 29, 1897, probably in New Jersey.  Hattie is my half 2nd cousin 2x removed via the Gaunts.

Edwin Bunting Eckman and Catherine Marie Sellers, daughter of Cornelius Elmer Sellers and Laura May Armstrong, were married June 29, 1937 in Burlington, Burlington County, New Jersey.  Catherine is my grandaunt.

Stephen Roy Chepenik and Gail Arlene Gordon, daughter of Alexander Gordon and Roslyn Rubin, were married June 29, 1969 in Miami, Dade County, Florida (and I was there!).  Gail is my 1st cousin once removed on my Gordon line.

Jeffrey H. Baade and Riana Amine Rocke were married June 29, 1991.  Riana is my 2nd cousin.

Derek Christopher Campbell and Jenepher Hlynn Ellis were married June 29, 1997.  Jenepher is my 2nd cousin once removed.


John A. Gaunt, son of Hananiah Selah Gaunt and Abigail Atkinson, died June 29, 1918 near Lumberton, Burlington County, New Jersey at the age of 69.  He is my great-great-granduncle.

William Bounds Gauntt, Jr., son of William Bounds Gauntt, Sr. and Rebecca C. Zulker, died June 29, 1982 in Burlington County, New Jersey at the age of 64.  He is my 4th cousin once removed on my Gauntt line.

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