Tuesday, September 14, 2021

Events in My Family Tree: September 13

This was almost an all-Gauntt day, except for the appearance of my Canadian cousins.


James Edward Rutledge was born September 13, 1921 in Oklahoma.  He was married to Juanita Fern Slentz, daughter of Andrew Earl Slentz and Bessie Florence Landis, who is my 5th cousin once removed on my Gauntt line through the Slentzes.

Claudia Joan Vaughn, daughter of John Glendon Vaughn and Relda Euretta Curry, was born September 13, 1937 in Long Beach, Los Angeles County, California.  She is my 5th cousin once removed on my Gauntt line through the Vaughns.

Ben Baylin was born September 13, 1947 in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.  He was married to Debbie Kardish, daughter of Itzak Kardish and Shirley Bordelay, who is my 2nd cousin once removed on my Gorodetsky line through the Kardishes.

Doris Elaine Yandell, daughter of Arnold Lorn Yandell and Myrtle Augusta Higgins, was born September 13, 1954 in Yuba County, California.  She is my 6th cousin on my Gauntt line via the Higginses.


Joseph L. Gauntt, son of Reuben Lewallen Gauntt and Rhoda Ewing, and Rebecca Elizabeth Coverly were married September 13, 1902 in Camden County, New Jersey.  Joseph is my 3rd cousin 2x removed on my Gauntt line.

David P. McElwee and Mary Virginia Gaunt, daughter of Hananiah Selah Gaunt and Margaret S. Scott, were married September 13, 1913 in Mount Holly, Burlington County, New Jersey.  Mary is my 1st cousin 3x removed via the Gaunts.

James Robert Gaunt, son of William Alvin and Mamie B. Mitchell, and Alice Adelia Tully were married September 13, 1952 in Monterey County, California.  James is my 4th cousin 2x removed via the Gaunts.

David Whitman Addis, son of Robert Trenary Addis and Virginia Claire Votaw, and Rebecca Lore Lieser were married September 13, 1980 in Richmond, Virginia.  David is my 6th cousin on my Gauntt line via the Votaws.

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