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Re: Hennigar, Christian abt 1754/55
Posted by: Ann Bourey Date: August 13, 2001 at 22:05:45
In Reply to: Re: Hennigar, Christian abt 1754/55 by ella beazley / hennigar of 489

Dear Ella,
It was good to hear from you.

Noah died on January 13, 1913 in Ann Arbor, Mi from pneumonia following the removal of a neck tumor. He had moved to Oscoda, MI (along Lake Huron in the northen part of the lower penninsula) from Nova Scotia. He and Ellen had 9 children:
George b. 10/10/1874 d. 1/23/1944 Married Rosilla Plunkett 1/24/1896

Charles Stewart b. 12/6/1904 d. 1/31/67 (my grandfather) Married Charlotte Hull 2/22/1904

John Anthony b. 10/23/1878 d. 5/21/1945 Married Bertha Gibson 2/10/1904

Mary Jane b. 10/5/1880 Spouse: William Van Schoick

William James b. 10/11/1882 d. 7/1918

Noah Louden (Bob) b. 11/26/1884 d. 9/7/1975
Spouse: Phoebe Wenberg

Archibald Nisbett b. 10/7/1886 d.9/22/1953
Spouse: Ella Yearn

Amy Ruth b. 2/20/1889 d. 12/27/1983 Married Herbert Gothro 11/23/1909

David Lewis b. 12/4/1892 d. 4/10/1939 Married Mabel Grant 4/28/1917

All Noah's children stayed in Michigan except Dave who moved to New York.

I hope this information is helpful to you. I have more information down through the generations on some of the families, as well a picture of Ellen (none of Noah) and a picture of the children in 1900.

Ann Bourey







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