John Kougher1

     John Kougher married Anna Belle Bussert.1

Child of John Kougher and Anna Belle Bussert

Citations

  1. [S551] Eagle-Gazette, 19 October 2004.

Anna Belle Bussert1

     Anna Belle Bussert married John Kougher.1

Child of Anna Belle Bussert and John Kougher

Citations

  1. [S551] Eagle-Gazette, 19 October 2004.

Rev. Salmon Giddings

b. 2 March 1782
     Rev. Salmon Giddings married Almira Collins.1 Rev. Salmon Giddings was born on 2 March 1782 at Hartland, Hartford Co., CT. He was the son of Benjamin Giddings and Affa Holcombe.

Citations

  1. [S729] Carol Laun-Archivist Salmon Brook Historical Society, "Ozias Holcombe," e-mail to James Hallowell Holcombe Jr., 7 March 2011 and 9 April 2011.

Zeriuah Giddings

b. circa 1784, d. 3 May 1871
     Zeriuah Giddings was born circa 1784 at Hartland, Hartford Co., CT. She was the daughter of Benjamin Giddings and Affa Holcombe. Zeriuah Giddings married John Tuttle on 31 August 1807.1 Zeriuah Giddings died on 3 May 1871 at Williamsfield, Ashtabula Co., OH.

Citations

  1. [S729] Carol Laun-Archivist Salmon Brook Historical Society, "Ozias Holcombe," e-mail to James Hallowell Holcombe Jr., 7 March 2011 and 9 April 2011.

Lorrain Giddings

b. 12 February 1789, d. 30 April 1858
     Lorrain Giddings was born on 12 February 1789 at Hartland, Hartford Co., CT. He was the son of Benjamin Giddings and Affa Holcombe. Lorrain Giddings married Desdemona Cowdry on 4 January 1816.1 Lorrain Giddings died on 30 April 1858 at New Hartland, CT, at age 69.

Lorrain and Desdemona were enumerated in the 1850 Barkhamsted, Litchfield Co., CT, federal census. He was a farmer, age 61, she was 52. Children in the household were Harriet E. 23, Caroline D. 19, Mary J. 17, and Lorrain 15.

Desdemona was enumerated in the 1860 Hartland, Hartford Co., CT, federal census in the household of Salmon Giddings.

Children of Lorrain Giddings and Desdemona Cowdry

Citations

  1. [S729] Carol Laun-Archivist Salmon Brook Historical Society, "Ozias Holcombe," e-mail to James Hallowell Holcombe Jr., 7 March 2011 and 9 April 2011.
  2. [S67] 1850 Federal Census, unknown repository address, On-line.

Almon Giddings

b. circa 1786, d. 21 March 1849
     Almon Giddings was born circa 1786 at Hartland, Hartford Co., CT. He was the son of Benjamin Giddings and Affa Holcombe. Almon Giddings married Lota Miller.1 Almon Giddings died on 21 March 1849 at Pontiac, Oakland Co, MI.

Citations

  1. [S729] Carol Laun-Archivist Salmon Brook Historical Society, "Ozias Holcombe," e-mail to James Hallowell Holcombe Jr., 7 March 2011 and 9 April 2011.

Anderson Shipp Truman1

b. 27 February 1816, d. 3 July 1887
     Anderson Shipp Truman was born on 27 February 1816 at Shelby Co., KY.1 He was the son of William Truman Jr.1 Anderson Shipp Truman married Mary Jane Holmes, daughter of Jesse Holmes and Ann Drusilla Tyler, on 13 August 1846 at Shelby Co., KY.1 Anderson Shipp Truman died on 3 July 1887 at Grandview, MO, at age 71.1

Children of Anderson Shipp Truman and Mary Jane Holmes

Citations

  1. [S95] Gary Boyd Roberts, Presidents 1995 Edition, page 33.

Mary Jane Holmes1

b. 15 March 1821, d. 15 February 1879
     Mary Jane Holmes was born on 15 March 1821 at Shelby Co., KY.1 She was the daughter of Jesse Holmes and Ann Drusilla Tyler. Mary Jane Holmes married Anderson Shipp Truman, son of William Truman Jr., on 13 August 1846 at Shelby Co., KY.1 Mary Jane Holmes died on 15 February 1879 at Jackson Co., MO, at age 57.1

Children of Mary Jane Holmes and Anderson Shipp Truman

Citations

  1. [S95] Gary Boyd Roberts, Presidents 1995 Edition, page 33.

William Truman Jr.1

b. 15 January 1783, d. 28 November 1863
     William Truman Jr. was born on 15 January 1783 at VA.1 He died on 28 November 1863 at Shelby Co., KY, at age 80.1

Child of William Truman Jr.

Citations

  1. [S95] Gary Boyd Roberts, Presidents 1995 Edition, page 33.

William Thomas Truman

b. 24 April 1847, d. 6 April 1930
     William Thomas Truman was born on 24 April 1847. He was the son of Anderson Shipp Truman and Mary Jane Holmes. William Thomas Truman married Henrietta Strang on 21 December 1871. William Thomas Truman died on 6 April 1930 at Seymour, TX, at age 82.

Child of William Thomas Truman and Henrietta Strang

Henrietta Strang

d. 26 April 1881
     Henrietta Strang married William Thomas Truman, son of Anderson Shipp Truman and Mary Jane Holmes, on 21 December 1871. Henrietta Strang died on 26 April 1881.

Child of Henrietta Strang and William Thomas Truman

Maj. Gen Ralph Emerson Truman

b. 10 May 1880, d. 30 April 1962
     Maj. Gen Ralph Emerson Truman was born on 10 May 1880 at Jackson Co., MO. He was the son of William Thomas Truman and Henrietta Strang. Maj. Gen Ralph Emerson Truman married Nannie Louise Watson on 4 July 1903 at Lone Oak, TX. Maj. Gen Ralph Emerson Truman died on 30 April 1962 at age 81.

Ralph and Nannie were enumerated in the 1920 Kansas City, Jackson Co., MO, federal census. He was a city detective, age 39, she was 38. Children in the household were Henrietta 14, and Louis 11.

Child of Maj. Gen Ralph Emerson Truman and Nannie Louise Watson

Nannie Louise Watson

d. 2 July 1931
     Nannie Louise Watson married Maj. Gen Ralph Emerson Truman, son of William Thomas Truman and Henrietta Strang, on 4 July 1903 at Lone Oak, TX. Nannie Louise Watson died on 2 July 1931.

Child of Nannie Louise Watson and Maj. Gen Ralph Emerson Truman

Lt. Gen. Louis Watson Truman

b. 20 June 1908, d. 2 December 2004
     Lt. Gen. Louis Watson Truman was born on 20 June 1908 at Kansas City, Jackson Co., MO. He was the son of Maj. Gen Ralph Emerson Truman and Nannie Louise Watson. Lt. Gen. Louis Watson Truman married Margaret Stevenson. Lt. Gen. Louis Watson Truman died on 2 December 2004 at VA Medical Center, Atlanta, GA, at age 96. He was buried at West Point, Orange Co., NY.

Lieutenant General Louis W. Truman, former Commanding General of Third U.S. Army passed away on December 2, 2004 in Atlanta, Georgia at the age of 96. He has resided in Atlanta since his retirement in 1967 after 37 years of active duty in the Army. He was a reluctant soldier who came to find himself at one of the great junctures of military history. At his death he was the second-oldest survivor of the attack on Pearl Harbor.

Born June 20, 1908 in Kansas City, MO. He was preceded in death by his parents, Maj. Gen. Ralph Emerson Truman, Nanny Louise Watson Truman, his brother Col. Corbie Truman, his sister, Henrietta Truman Davidson, and his first wife, Margret Stevenson Truman. General Truman was cousin to 33rd President, Harry S. Truman, and served as his Aide-de-Camp during President Truman's inauguration in 1948.

After high school, Truman planned to study law or go to work for a railroad, he told The Atlanta Journal-Constitution in a 2003 interview. But his father, a National Guard commander insisted he apply to West Point.

Truman failed the first time he took the entrance exam, in 1927, coming in 24th out of a field of 26 applicants. That so angered him that he took it again and passed.

In 1926, General Truman enlisted in Company E, 140th Infantry Regiment of the 35th Division. In July 1928, Truman entered the U. S. Military Academy at West Point. Upon graduation in June 1932, he was commissioned an infantry second lieutenant. Truman's first duty assignment was the 6th Infantry Regiment at Jefferson Barracks, Mo. In 1936, then-1st Lt. Truman was assigned to Fort Benning, Ga., where he completed the Infantry School and the Tank School. Next, he served a two-year tour of duty at Fort Davis, in the Canal Zone and then returned to Fort Benning in Sept. 1940 to be a staff and logistics officer in the 2nd Armored Division's 14th Armored Brigade. The 2nd Armored Division at the time was commanded by one of the Army's fastest rising officers; his name was Brig. Gen. George S. Patton, Jr.

In Jan. 1941, Truman was transferred to Pearl Harbor, Hi., where he was an Aide-de-Camp to Lt. Gen. Walter C. Short, Commanding General of the Hawaiian Department. He was a first-hand witness when the Japanese launched their surprise attack on December 7, 1941. He would continue to serve there until Feb. 1942. Truman said in an interview last year (2003) that he had a conversation with Short before the attack but Short, in keeping with most military opinions at the time, thought that a Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor highly unlikely.

By March 1942, Truman was promoted to the rank of Major and was assigned to U.S. Army Ground Forces Command headquarters, first as an assistant G3/Operations officer and later as Secretary of the General Staff for Lt. Gen. Lesley J. McNair.

In April 1944, now a Lieutenant Colonel, he joined the 84th Infantry Division at Camp Claiborne, La., where he served as both Division Chief of Staff and later as Assistant Division Commander with the 84th Infantry for the duration of World War II.

In August 1944, now promoted as Colonel with only twelve years commissioned service, Truman and the 84th Division landed on Omaha Beach in Normandy unopposed and would later see combat in the European Theater along the Siegfried Line, the Bulge, the Ardennes and in Germany from the Roer to the Elbe Rivers. In Jan. 1946, Truman was assigned to HQ, U. S. Forces European Theater, Frankfurt, Germany, as Deputy Theater Chief for Special Services. From 1946 to 1948, he was assigned as Secretary, U.S. Delegation, United Nations Military Staff Committee. Truman was a student at the National War College from 1948 to 1949. After his graduation from the War College, Truman was a member of the Joint Strategic Planning Group, Office of the Joint Chiefs of Staff at the Pentagon. During this time, Gen. Omar Bradley was Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. Two years after the start of the Korean War, Truman commanded the 223rd Infantry Regiment of the 40th Infantry Division from July 1952 to January 1953. He saw combat first-hand and later served as Assistant Division Commander of the 2nd Infantry Division until the end of hostilities in July 1953. Later that year, he was selected and promoted to the rank of Brig. Gen and for the next two years, he served as Chief of Staff to Third Army at Fort McPherson, Ga. In 1955, he was transferred to Naples, Italy, where Truman was Deputy Chief of Staff - G3/Plans and Operations Officer for NATO's Southern European Command.

Truman received his second star in 1956 and with it, the Chairmanship of the Military Assistance Advisory Group, Karachi, Pakistan. Truman later returned to the U.S. to take command of the Army's 4th Infantry Division at Fort Lewis, Wash., from 1958 until 1960. Subsequently, he was assigned as Deputy Chief of Staff Operations and Training and later as Deputy Commanding General of the U.S. Continental Army Command at Fort Monroe, Va. from 1960-1962. In that same capacity, Truman also commanded Joint Task Force-Four.

In 1962, President John F. Kennedy nominated General Truman for promotion to Lieutenant General and from 1963 until 1965, he commanded the Army's VII Corps at Kelly Barracks, Stuttgart, Germany. His final assignment was his selection by the Army's senior leadership to be the Commanding General of Third Army, at Fort McPherson. Truman commanded Third Army for two years until his retirement in August 1, 1967. During his distinguished military career, Truman was awarded the Army Distinguished Service Medal, two Silver Stars, two Legions of Merit, three Bronze Star Medals (one with 'V' device), two Army Commendation Medals, and the Combat Infantryman Badge with one star. He also wore the American Defense Service Medal, American Campaign Medal, the Asiatic-Pacific Campaign Medal, the European-African-Middle Eastern Campaign Medal, the WW II Victory Medal, The Army of Occupation Medal (Germany), two National Defense Service Medals, Korean Service Medal and UN Service Medal. Along with his Army awards, he received several foreign decorations; the Legion of Honor and Croix de Guerre from France, the Order of Leopold and Croix de Guerre from Belgium, the Order of Orange Nassau from the Netherlands and the Presidential Unit Citation from the Republic of Korea and others.

After his retirement from the Army, Truman served as Commissioner of the Georgia Department of Industry and Trade under Georgia Governors Lester Maddox, Jimmy Carter, and George Busbee. From 1976 until 1984, Truman served as vice president and special assistant to the president of Adams/Cates Realty in Atlanta. General Truman also received many civilian honors. Among them were a Doctorate of Laws degree from Drury College in Springfield, Missouri, a proclamation of July 27, 1967 as "Lt. Gen. Louis W. Truman Day" by former Atlanta Mayor Ivan Allen, Jr. in December 1975 and another proclamation from the Georgia Chamber of Commerce. He was also the third recipient of the "Good Neighbor Award" from the Harry S. Truman Foundation in 1975. Recently, Truman was honored by the West Point Society of Atlanta with its "Distinguished Graduate Award." General Truman was also very active in the following organizations: West Point Society of Atlanta, the Georgia Industrial Developers Association, the Georgia State Chamber of Commerce, Rotary Club of Atlanta, the Truman Presidential Library, Independence, Mo., the Rail Splitters, and the Capital City Club of Atlanta.

Over the years, he has promoted many charitable organizations to include the Shriners. General Truman is survived by his loving wife, Anastasia (Tassie) Poulos Truman, his stepson, Michael G. Creety, Jr., Esq., and stepdaughter, Ariadne Adriane Creety. Memorial services will be at 11 a.m., Friday, December 10, at Second Ponce de Leon Baptist Church, Dr. David Sapp officiating. Following the service a reception will be held in Fellowship Hall. Interment at United States Military Academy, West Point, New York. In lieu of flowers, the Truman family has requested donations be made to the Atlanta VA Medical Center (VAMC), 1670 Clairmont Road, Decatur, Georgia 30033. H.M. Patterson & Son, Spring Hill, (404)876-1022.

Published in The Atlanta Journal-Constitution on 12/8/2004.

Philo Holcomb Hillyer1

b. 14 January 1811
     Philo Holcomb Hillyer was born on 14 January 1811 at Henderson Co., KY.1 He was the son of James Hillyer and Mary Hart.1

Citations

  1. [S546] Hillyer G. Norment, John Hillyer, Page 151.

Eliza Ruth Hillyer1

b. 26 January 1813, d. 18 January 1857
     Eliza Ruth Hillyer was born on 26 January 1813 at probably Henderson Co., KY.1 She was the daughter of James Hillyer and Mary Hart.1 Eliza Ruth Hillyer died on 18 January 1857 at Henderson, KY, at age 43; unmarried.1

Citations

  1. [S546] Hillyer G. Norment, John Hillyer, Page 151.

James Virgil Hillyer1

b. 2 January 1815, d. 14 April 1840
     James Virgil Hillyer was born on 2 January 1815 at probably Henderson Co., KY.1 He was the son of James Hillyer and Mary Hart.1 James Virgil Hillyer died on 14 April 1840 at age 25.1

Citations

  1. [S546] Hillyer G. Norment, John Hillyer, Page 151.

Mary Susan Hillyer1

b. 25 May 1817
     Mary Susan Hillyer was born on 25 May 1817 at probably Henderson Co., KY.1 She was the daughter of James Hillyer and Mary Hart.1

Citations

  1. [S546] Hillyer G. Norment, John Hillyer, Page 152.

George W. Alderman1

b. circa 1838
     George W. Alderman was born circa 1838 at VA.1 He was the son of Daniel Alderman and Susan Wade.1

Citations

  1. [S33] 1860 Federal Census, unknown repository address.

Mary M. Alderman1

b. circa 1842
     Mary M. Alderman was born circa 1842 at VA.1 She was the daughter of Daniel Alderman and Susan Wade.1

Citations

  1. [S33] 1860 Federal Census, unknown repository address.

Sedan Ellen Helmick1

b. 1 February 1829, d. 9 March 1919
     Sedan Ellen Helmick was born on 1 February 1829 at Pendleton Co., WV.1 She married James C. Alderman, son of Daniel Alderman and Susan Wade, in 1850 at Pocahontas Co., WV.1 Sedan Ellen Helmick died on 9 March 1919 at Upshur Co., WV, at age 90.1 She was buried at Rock Cave Cemetery, Upshur Co., WV.1

Children of Sedan Ellen Helmick and James C. Alderman

Citations

  1. [S553] David Lantz, "Daniel Alderman," e-mail to James H. Holcombe, 21 December 2004.

Silas D. Alderman1

b. February 1852, d. 31 December 1917
     Silas D. Alderman was born in February 1852.1 He was the son of James C. Alderman and Sedan Ellen Helmick.1 Silas D. Alderman died on 31 December 1917 at Upshur Co., WV, at age 65.1

Silas and Mary were enumerated in the 1880 Banks, Upshur Co., WV, federal census. He was a farmer, age 28, she was 28. Children in the household were Alberta 5, Sarah C. 4, and Florence 1.

Citations

  1. [S553] David Lantz, "Daniel Alderman," e-mail to James H. Holcombe, 21 December 2004.

Rebecca Alderman1

b. circa 1854
     Rebecca Alderman was born circa 1854.1 She was the daughter of James C. Alderman and Sedan Ellen Helmick.1

Citations

  1. [S553] David Lantz, "Daniel Alderman," e-mail to James H. Holcombe, 21 December 2004.

Mary S. Alderman1

b. circa 1858
     Mary S. Alderman was born circa 1858.1 She was the daughter of James C. Alderman and Sedan Ellen Helmick.1

Citations

  1. [S553] David Lantz, "Daniel Alderman," e-mail to James H. Holcombe, 21 December 2004.

Charles Wesley Alderman1

b. 12 September 1859, d. 8 February 1944
     Charles Wesley Alderman was born on 12 September 1859 at Upshur Co., WV.1 He was the son of James C. Alderman and Sedan Ellen Helmick.1 Charles Wesley Alderman married Mary Etta Helmick, daughter of William Helmick, on 12 March 1884.1 Charles Wesley Alderman died on 8 February 1944 at Upshur Co., WV, at age 84.1

Citations

  1. [S553] David Lantz, "Daniel Alderman," e-mail to James H. Holcombe, 21 December 2004.

William Alderman1

b. 10 June 1862, d. 1935
     William Alderman was born on 10 June 1862 at Upshur Co., WV.1 He was the son of James C. Alderman and Sedan Ellen Helmick.1 William Alderman died in 1935.1 He was buried at Rock Cave Cemetery, Upshur Co., WV.1

Citations

  1. [S553] David Lantz, "Daniel Alderman," e-mail to James H. Holcombe, 21 December 2004.

Sarah S. Alderman1

b. 1864, d. 28 October 1883
     Sarah S. Alderman was born in 1864.1 She was the daughter of James C. Alderman and Sedan Ellen Helmick.1 Sarah S. Alderman died on 28 October 1883.1

Citations

  1. [S553] David Lantz, "Daniel Alderman," e-mail to James H. Holcombe, 21 December 2004.

Lillie Mae Alderman1

b. 1866
     Lillie Mae Alderman was born in 1866.1 She was the daughter of James C. Alderman and Sedan Ellen Helmick.1 Lillie Mae Alderman married Simon M. Lane in 1884.1

Citations

  1. [S553] David Lantz, "Daniel Alderman," e-mail to James H. Holcombe, 21 December 2004.

Simon M. Lane1

b. circa 1860
     Simon M. Lane was born circa 1860.1 He married Lillie Mae Alderman, daughter of James C. Alderman and Sedan Ellen Helmick, in 1884.1

Citations

  1. [S553] David Lantz, "Daniel Alderman," e-mail to James H. Holcombe, 21 December 2004.

Robert E. Lee Alderman1

b. 28 June 1869
     Robert E. Lee Alderman was born on 28 June 1869 at Barbour Co., WV.1 He was the son of James C. Alderman and Sedan Ellen Helmick.1

Citations

  1. [S553] David Lantz, "Daniel Alderman," e-mail to James H. Holcombe, 21 December 2004.

Mary Etta Helmick1

b. 24 November 1864, d. 23 February 1946
     Mary Etta Helmick was born on 24 November 1864 at Marion Co., IL.1 She was the daughter of William Helmick.1 Mary Etta Helmick married Charles Wesley Alderman, son of James C. Alderman and Sedan Ellen Helmick, on 12 March 1884.1 Mary Etta Helmick died on 23 February 1946 at Akron, Summit Co., OH, at age 81.1

Citations

  1. [S553] David Lantz, "Daniel Alderman," e-mail to James H. Holcombe, 21 December 2004.

William Helmick1

Child of William Helmick

Citations

  1. [S553] David Lantz, "Daniel Alderman," e-mail to James H. Holcombe, 21 December 2004.

Zaphania Holcombe1

b. circa 1800, d. 1843
     Zaphania Holcombe was born circa 1800 at VA.1 He was the son of Stephen Holcombe and Susan Ewing.1 Zaphania Holcombe married Mary Ann Collins, daughter of John Collins and Hannah Ewing, on 13 May 1820 at Gallia Co., OH.1 Zaphania Holcombe died in 1843 at Village, Van Buren Co., IA.1

Child of Zaphania Holcombe and Mary Ann Collins

Citations

  1. [S308] Wallace K. Ewing, "Return Ira Holcombe," e-mail to James H. Holcombe, 6 Feb 2001 (updated 2 Jan 2005).

Mary Ann Collins1

b. circa 1802, d. circa 1865
     Mary Ann Collins was born circa 1802 at VA.1 She was the daughter of John Collins and Hannah Ewing.1 Mary Ann Collins married Zaphania Holcombe, son of Stephen Holcombe and Susan Ewing, on 13 May 1820 at Gallia Co., OH.1 Mary Ann Collins died circa 1865 at Wapello Co., IA.1

Child of Mary Ann Collins and Zaphania Holcombe

Citations

  1. [S308] Wallace K. Ewing, "Return Ira Holcombe," e-mail to James H. Holcombe, 6 Feb 2001 (updated 2 Jan 2005).

John Collins1

     John Collins married Hannah Ewing.

Child of John Collins and Hannah Ewing

Citations

  1. [S308] Wallace K. Ewing, "Return Ira Holcombe," e-mail to James H. Holcombe, 6 Feb 2001 (updated 2 Jan 2005).

Hannah Ewing1

     Hannah Ewing married John Collins.

Child of Hannah Ewing and John Collins

Citations

  1. [S308] Wallace K. Ewing, "Return Ira Holcombe," e-mail to James H. Holcombe, 6 Feb 2001 (updated 2 Jan 2005).

William Francis Holcombe1

b. 27 January 1831, d. 1912
     William Francis Holcombe was born on 27 January 1831 at Tippecanoe Co., IN.1 He was the son of Zaphania Holcombe and Mary Ann Collins.1 William Francis Holcombe married Nancy Cecilia Stewart on 8 November 1860.1 William Francis Holcombe died in 1912 at CA.1

Citations

  1. [S308] Wallace K. Ewing, "Return Ira Holcombe," e-mail to James H. Holcombe, 6 Feb 2001 (updated 2 Jan 2005).

Nancy Cecilia Stewart1

b. 25 March 1838, d. 16 November 1919
     Nancy Cecilia Stewart was born on 25 March 1838 at Adams Co., IL.1 She married William Francis Holcombe, son of Zaphania Holcombe and Mary Ann Collins, on 8 November 1860.1 Nancy Cecilia Stewart died on 16 November 1919 at San Bernardino Co., CA, at age 81.1 She was buried at Pioneer Cemetery, San Bernardino, San Bernardino Co., CA.1

Citations

  1. [S308] Wallace K. Ewing, "Return Ira Holcombe," e-mail to James H. Holcombe, 6 Feb 2001 (updated 2 Jan 2005).

Oliver Ensworth Goddard1

b. 19 February 1926, d. 4 February 1989
      Oliver Ensworth Goddard was also known as Oliver Ensworth Godard. He was born on 19 February 1926.1,2 He was the son of Ensworth Merrill Goddard and Ethel Tingley.1 Oliver Ensworth Goddard married Gladys May Ingvertsen. Oliver Ensworth Goddard died on 4 February 1989 at North Granby, Hartford Co., CT, at age 62.2

Citations

  1. [S388] 1930 Federal Census.
  2. [S182] Social Security Death Index (on-line), Ancestry.com, SSDI, Ancestry.com, SSAN 048-16-6157.

Gladys May Ingvertsen

b. 26 May 1925, d. March 1993
     Gladys May Ingvertsen was born on 26 May 1925.1 She married Oliver Ensworth Goddard, son of Ensworth Merrill Goddard and Ethel Tingley. Gladys May Ingvertsen died in March 1993 at Granby, Hartford Co., CT, at age 67.1

Citations

  1. [S182] Social Security Death Index (on-line), Ancestry.com, SSDI, Ancestry.com, SSAN 048-16-3166.