Saturday, November 6, 2021

Events in My Family Tree: November 4

I hope that someday I will be able to document the relationship between the Jakowszycks and the Nowickis.


Jesse Gantt, son of Joseph Gaunt and Mary A. Lobaugh, was born November 4, 1808, probably in Perry County, Pennsylvania.  He is my 1st cousin 5x removed via the Gaunts.

Louisa L. Gaunt, daughter of Reuben Lewallen Gaunt and Jane Weatherby, was born November 4, 1850 in Washington Township, Burlington County, New Jersey.  She is my 2nd cousin 3x removed via the Gaunts.

Susan Linda Gauntt, daughter of Irving Lester Gauntt and Mildred Hoffman Childs, was born November 4, 1942 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania.  She is my 5th cousin on my Gauntt line.

Russell S. Behr was born November 4, 1963.  He is my 6th cousin.

Jonathan Oren Clark was born November 4, 1984.  He is also my 6th cousin.

Nirel Irving Gershwind was born November 4, 2000.  He is my 3rd cousin 1x removed.


William Szocherman and Tania Jakowszycka, daughter of Aaron Samuel Jakowszycki and Findl Nobinska/Novinska?, were married November 4, 1934 in Guanabacoa, Habana, Cuba.  Tania is probably my 2nd cousin 2x removed on my Nowicki line.

William Schneiderman, son of Joseph Schneiderman and Mollie Bernstein, and Mary were married November 4, 1991.  Bill is my 2nd cousin 2x removed on my Schneiderman line.


Robert King died November 4, 1954 in Upatoi, Muscogee County, Georgia at the age of about 67.  He was the second husband of Priscilla Crawford, daughter of Henry Crawford and America Brooks, who is the great-grandmother of my not-quite-cousin Angela Williams.

Jane Lochrie died November 4, 1995 in Millbury, Worcester County, Massachusetts at the age of 91.  She was the wife of Charles E. Wickham, son of Charles E. Wickham and Martha Elizabeth Bowen, who is the 1st cousin 2x removed of my half-sister Laura Sellers on her Bowen line.

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