Thursday, September 16, 2021

Events in My Family Tree: September 16

Add Anna Marie Gauntt to the growing list of my relatives who chose to be married on their birthdays.  I'm still trying to figure out how to research whether they did so to make it easier to remember their anniversary dates.


Cherrie Cantrell Young, daughter of Alfred C. Young and Mary Thomson, was born Septemer 16, 1892 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania.  She is my 4th cousin 2x removed on my Gauntt line via the Thomsons.

Russell Roberts Allen, son of George N. Allen and Ada E. Mason, was born September 16, 1896 in Bordentown, Burlington County, New Jersey.  He is my 4th cousin once removed on my Gauntt line through the Allens.

Anna Marie Gauntt, daughter of Thomas Franklin Gauntt and Anna Marie Stayton, was born September 16, 1943 in New Jersey, almost definitely in Burlington County.  She is my 1st cousin once removed on my Gauntt line.

Richard Wayne Gaunt, son of Jack Lowell Gaunt and Rosemary Ann Trindade, was born September 16, 1954 in Maryland.  He is my 5th cousin once removed via the Gaunts.

Michael S. Budwick was born September 16, 1966.  He is almost definitely my cousin, although I haven't figured out the connection yet.

Linda K. Wickham was born September 16, 1990.  She is the 3rd cousin once removed of my half-sister Laura Sellers.


Harley Heath, son of William Augusta Heath and Mary Codner, and Agnes Ruth Fell were married September 16, 1913 in Fort Ann, Washington County, New York.  Harley is the 1st cousin 2x removed of my aunt Mary McStroul and 1st cousin 3x removed of my cousin Todd Meckler on their Heath line.

Anna Marie Gauntt, daughter of Thomas Franklin Gauntt and Anna Marie Stayton, and Dale Edward Travis were married Septemer 16, 1961 in Burlington County, New Jersey.  Anna is still my 1st cousin once removed on my Gauntt line.


Joseph J. Claycomb, son of George F. Claycomb and Hannah Holmes Gaunt, died September 16, 1904 in Jay County, Indiana at the age of 61.  He is my 3rd cousin 3x removed via the Gaunts.

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