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* My Corse - Atwood, Walling, DeCourcy home page*

Updated June 12, 2009


Surnames:

My Paternal line:

His Father's line: Corse, De Courcy ( Coursey, Courcey, Courcy, Coursy, Courci, DeCourcy, DeCoursey, etc..), Ball, Walters, LeSuer, Canouff, Knouff, Pomeroy, Mannering, Bowers, Hanson, Fitzsimmons, Hall, Holloway, Custer (Kuster, Kusters, Kuesters), Tayloe, Taylor, Williamson, Atherald, Webb, Haynes, Olmstead, Newel, Marsh, Wells, Freeland, Nuzom, Doors, Von Haren, Nessgen, Tuttle, Harvey, Vessy, Church, Moody, Hathoway, Barkham, Celeter,

His Mother's line: Atwood, Walling, (Wallin, Wallen, Walin, Whalen, Walen, Waling, Walwin), O'Mahony, O'Mahoney, Mahony, Mahoney, Mills, Dunbar, Reynolds, Cosper (Casper), Mulvahill (Mullville, Mulville etc.), O'Collahan (O'Callahan), Wilder, Marihew (Marihen, Marheine, Marrihew), Emory, Griffice, Dunbar, Perkins, Adams, Benson, Shaw, Buck, Morey, Bartlett, Harmon, Harman, Grenville, Johnson, Coleson, Warren, Lucas, Erway, Biddle, Perry, Washburn (Washborn), Barrows, Polen, Pollard, Latham (Lapham),Briggs, Simmons, Ellis, Marsh, Bailey, Turner, Garner (Gamer), Hyland, Parnell, Lucas, Goodall (Goodale), Masterson (Margeson), Wood, Atte Wood, Atte Wode, Laurence, de Wyekhurst, Saberkul Fron, Pollard,

My Maternal line: Cutsinger,

Her Father's line: Talbott, Blackwell, McLean, Carcaud, Harrison, Boswell, Foote, Hooe, Freeman, Leach, Carter, Grayson, Hodgkinson, Ward, Eustace, Edmonds, Burkhead, Conway, Mears, Steptoe, Ewen, Thomas, Ewell, McDearmid, Alexander, Coward, Leach, Downing, Gaskins, Heath, Crump, Ball, Stephens, Johnson, Lee, Allerton, Walker, Romney, Willoughby, Eltonhead, Atherald, Tuttle, Harvey, Webb, Vessy, Church, Haynes, Moody, Barkham, Celeter, Sutton, Hathaway,

Her Mother's line: Brown, Waldrop, Carpenter, Edwards, Green, Greene, Moye, Smith, Mooring, Dupree, Johnson, Dickey, Harris, Gardner, Deppen, Morton, Coburn, Burwell, Smithwick, Bricker, Zimmerman, Ruchti, Ruchty, Swaine, Kaufmann, White, Wheeler, Pike, Mergerdt, Windley, Brendli, Blank, Hebysen, Ebersole, Kidd, Ward, Harriss, Garner, Simmons, Burwell, Jones, Swaine, Sutton, Plank,

My Husbands lines:
(1st m) Barrett, Dunham, Belle, Eli,

(2ND m) Hamby, Bolton, Spore, Salas, Beckham, Williams, Stavely (Stevely, Stively, Stivly), Stapleton, Turner, Barrow, Watson, Jones, Spring, Elkes, Sutton, Belliott, Thomas, Masters, Baker, Holcomb, Brooks, Simpson, Gilbert, Foutch, Pickney, Walker, Salley, Gethings, Reade, Pickering, Cutleer, Greene, Smythe, Sleight, De Willoughby,

(3RD m) Fedder, Barr, McCollum, Nelson, Nelsen, Austin, Sanborn, Roberts, Quigley, Harter, Bloch (Blake), Smedly, Smith, Zittle, Howe, Wolcott, Cleveland, Tucker, Lyon, Sumner, Hall, Allen, Franklin, Hunter, Darrett, Ashe, Gillion, Keyes, Fogarty, Paine, carver, Doane, Snow, Hopkins, Dudley, Poole,

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  • Wilmer McLean house "The Surrender House" (24 KB)
    The Mclean home in the village of Appomattox Court House, Virginia was used on April 9th 1865 for the surrender meeting between General Robert E. Lee, C.S.A. and Lt. General Ulysses S. Grant, U.S.A. The house was also used on April 10th for the Surrender Commissioners meeting, and over the next few days as the Headquarters of Major General John Gibbon, U.S.A. My mother has a photo of her grandfather Francis Boswell Talbott, Jr. as a baby in the arms of his mother w/ other family members on the back porch of her father Wilmer McLeans family home. If I can pry it away from her for a while I shall make copies & have scanned & place here. see my page for Wilmer McLean http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=gdecourcy&id=I000554
  • Lottie Ryan, Mayme, Stella, Ruby, Kenneth M Corse (71 KB)
    1942 left to right: Charlotte "Lottie" Edith Corse Ryan, (wife of Elmer J. Ryan, she is eldest child of Arthur & Stella Corse); 2nd from left is Alice ? Corse. [Alvin Herbert Corse is taking the photo & this is his wife of his short lived 2nd marriage); 3rd from left is my gg grandmother Estelle "Stella" LeSuer Corse, wife of Arthur Corse; fourth from left is Ruby (Betty Lee Berry Craig noted on envelope to Glen Izett that "the picture was of Alvin Corse and his sister-in-law Rosa Standford Corse."; Glen thinks instead "this Ruby in the foregoing is not Rosa Corse--it does not even look like here... I think the Ruby in the photo is Ruby N. Robinson Corse, the 2nd wife of Kenneth Malcom Corse, younger brother of Alvin Corse); Fifth from left is Kenneth Malcolm Corse (5th child of Arthur & Estelle LeSuer Corse, younger brother to Ralph LeSuer & Alvin Herbert Corse). after 1921 but before February 1927 when gg grandmother Estelle Corse died. If the picture was taken in 1924, Alvin would be forty yrs old, which looks about right. In 1924 Rosa Corse would have been 49 years old. She appears to be younger than Alvin, but apparently she preserved her youthfulness.
  • Grave stone of Wilmer McLean son of Daniel McLean (48 KB)
    Son of Daniel McLean & Lucretia Hodgkinson. From St. Pauls Cemetery in Alexandria, VA. This is a neat cemetary in the heart of Old Town Alexandria, Fairfax County, VA. His wife & daughters are also buried here. see his page http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=gdecourcy&id=I000554
  • Family of Charles Edwin & Kate O'Mahoney Walling (448 KB)
    Back row left to right: 3rd child, Mae Elizabeth "Lizzy" Walling (later married Logan J. Atwood); Charles Edwin Walling (aka Charlie Wilder); 1 & 2nd child twins Ollie & Ora; Mother Katherine "Kate" Elizabeth O'Mahoney Walling; front row only son Joe Edward, Thelma "Babe"; Pearl Katherine Walling. Taken Atkinson, NE, USA
  • Wilmer Mclean house in Appomatox Court House, VA (32 KB)
    Main house, seperate Kitchen & Servants/Slaves house. Where Wilmer McLean lived with his wife Virginia Beverly Hooe Mason & their children. see his page http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=gdecourcy&id=I000554
  • Alvin Herbert Corse, WWI draft registration form (76 KB)
    Alvin Herbert Corse, son of Nancy A. Pomeroy & James Alfred Corse. He was a husband of Mae Walters.
  • John "James" Francis Walters as older man (88 KB)
    John "James" Francis Walters as an older man, and a horse on his farm in Missouri. (The reason he uses 2 1st names is that he took his older brother James' birth certificate to join the Civil War & after that all his records were of mixed names. So it is hard to track him down in Census etc.
  • Boyd Co., NE, GAR Hooton post #338 Civil War Vets (67 KB)
    Members of Grand Army of the Repubic (G.A.R.), Hooton Post #338, Butte, Boyd County NE Back row, left to right: Martin Hull, Unknown, Richard Green, C.W. Clute, H.E. Holt, Unknown. Seated, left to right: C.V. Hornback, Charles Dailey, Levi Bennett (he was best fried of Joe Walling, & Joe lived in his home for decades until death. this Levi Bennett married Joe Walling's wifes younger sister, & thier daughter married into my Atwood line. see http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=gdecourcy&id=I003070 ), Joe Walling. (This is Joseph Eden Walling (see http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=gdecourcy&id=I000185 ), son of Eden & Ruby Wilder Walling (Wallen/Wallin),& father of Charles Edwin Walling who later changed name to Charlie Wilder) This post also included Hiram Henry Atwood [I believe 1 of the "unknown" is Hiram Henry Atwood, who is also my direct ancestor & was a member of this Post. see http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=gdecourcy&id=I000031 ](my grandmother's, father's father) via his service in 74th Illinios Infantry (Company D & then F) (my grandmother's mother's father's father) Joseph Eden Walling (incorrectly listed as Eden Walling, which is also the name of his father) from service in 22nd Wisconsin Infantry, Company I as Private. He enlisted 8/5/1862 was discharged due to disibility 1/24/1863 after his unit suffered severe hardships. He later reenlisted in Feb. 3rd or 8th 1865 in the 47th Wisconsin Infantry Company H, Veteran Volunters Corp as a Seargent. He was mustered out Sept. 4, 1865
  • Alvin "Al" Herbert Corse, Grave stone (716 KB)
    Alvin Herbert Corse, married Mae Frances Walters & later married Maime Hall. Maime & Alvin are buried next to each other
  • Katherine Elizabeth O'Mahoney Walling & Sherl (53 KB)
    This is the only other picture I know of, of Lizzy Walling Atwood's mother, Katherine "Kate" Elizabeth O'Mahoney Walling, this is her later in life (see other photo of her young w/ hubby & kids) this is with grandson Sherl & Tarzan the dog & some chickens
  • Butte, Boyd Co. NE; Eastern Star, Bernice #120 (2 KB)
    Butte, Boyd County NE; Eastern Star Bernice Chapter #120 recieved it's charter on June 23, 1898. Charter members & past Matrons & Patrons that are related to my lines are: Hiram Henry Atwood & his wife Sarah Elizabeth Mills Atwood; Mary Aurilla Cosper Bennett (John P. Cosper's daughter, sister of Elizabeth J. Cosper Walling [Wife of Joseph Eden Walling) her husband Levi Bennett & their daughter Alta Mae Bennett (who married Arlie Umphrese Dix brother of Carrie Kansas Dix who Married Hiram Henry Atwood's eldest son Hiram Leroy "Roy" Atwood & had 14 children) were charter members of this chapter.
  • Mayme Hall Corse's grave stone (728 KB)
    In her 2nd marriage, she was the 2nd wife of Alvin Herbert Corse. By her 1st she had a son called Spike
  • John "James" Frances Walters (64 KB)
    writing on the back is " John Francis Walters. Ozark, MO Buried in Springfield, MO, USA
  • My g g great grandfather Michael C. O'Mahoney (20 KB)
    the caption for this picture is "This photo shows M.C. O'Mahony holding a record hailstone, that he claimed to have found in Pipestone County after the terrible hailstorm of 17 September 1911. The validity of this stone is questionable. many rumors surfaced after the Hailstone was found. Mr. O'Mahony lived in Burke Township and was locally known as "The Wild Irishman". #151/77.41.145 It is located in the Pipestone MN museum / Pipestone county Historical Society http://www.pipestoneminnesota.com/museum/archives.htm He was born in Mallow, co Cork, Munster, Ireland & came to the US before 1868 (I have a copy of his 2nd papers for citizenship), he married in NY NY, he was a Mechanic on the famous USS Monitor during the Civil War & moved out west to Chicago IL to build their 1st Water Works (his info is on a plaque somewhere there), they survived the Great Chicago fire, lost everything (some family members developed lung problems so had to move out to clean air) & moved to Pipestone MN (Dakota territory), He was the 1st white man to break sod in what would become Burke Township. He was a very prominent & active citizen in the county. In a great diptheria epidimic he lost 4 of his children in 1 week. Only his daughter Katherine survived by using a penknife to remove the growth in her throat. He gave most of his land to the Catholic church there & is buried there on th eold homestead in a parcel he gave to the Catholic church for the cemetery. St. Bridgets Cemetery. I am trying to track his family in Ireland down. His parents are Patrick & Johanna O'Callahan O'Mahoney. see him in MY database http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=gdecourcy&id=I000651
  • Arthur Corse's Civil War Cavalry sword (239 KB)
    Alvin Corse has possesion of the sword now.
  • Eunice "Nicy" Ann Canouff Walters (38 KB)
    Wife of John (James) Francis Walters. Some records have him as James as does his gravestone (paid for my Us Gov for Civil War veterans) as he was just 17 when took his much older brothers identity & joined the Civil War.
  • Baby Mae Elizabeth "Lizzy" Walling Atwood (34 KB)
    Taken in Pipestone, MN. She is the daughter of Charles Edward "Eddie" Walling (aka Charlie Wilder) & Catherine Elizabeth O'Mahoney. My page for her http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=gdecourcy&id=I002287
  • Arthur Corse's last residence, the Soldier's home (66 KB)
    He was living in the Federal Soldiers Home in St. James, Phelps co., MO when he passed away after a long disability.
  • General Montgomery Dent Corse, CSA (35 KB)
    Confederate Genearal Montgomery Dent Corse in his uniform for the US Civil War. He was related to the other famous Corse General of Civil War / War of Northern Agression, Union General, Gen. John Murray Corse. They had the same great grandparents 1) William Corse & Elizabeth Ann Bowers Corse had many children (but we're only refereing to 3 here) A) Capt. John Corse m. Mary Mannering I) James Alfred Corse m. Nancy Pomeroy a) Arthur Corse Esq. m. Estella Lucille LeSuer (My Great Great Grandparents) B) Hanson Corse m. Gertrude Lockwood I) John Lockwood Corse m. Sara Murray a) Gen. John Murray Corse C) William Corse, Jr. m. Elizabeth Francis Acock I) John Corse m. Julia G. Talbot (or Talbott) a) Gen. Montgomery Dent Corse
  • Jane L. Marrihew Cosper (35 KB)
    Her very late in life while in Canton, Lincoln co,. SD, USA. I believe she would be visiting her step son George Mills Cosper who lived there. MY database page for her http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=gdecourcy&id=I003972
  • Estella LeSuer Corse & Arthur Corse's grave stones (735 KB)
    Estella LeSuer & Arthur Corse's grave stones @ the Federal Soldier's Home in St. James, Phelps co., MO
  • Mary "Mae" Florence Walters Corse (40 KB)
    Not sure when taken, but before 5/10/1956 when died. Perhaps Los Angeles, CA where lived
  • Twins Ora Mary Walling & Ollie Hannah Walling (149 KB)
    Taken in Pipestone, Pipestone, MN. They are the daughters of Charles Edward "Eddie" Walling (aka Charlie Wilder) & Catherine Elizabeth O'Mahoney. My page for Ollie Hannah Walling http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=gdecourcy&id=I000145
  • Arthur Corse's signature from 1874 land deed (51 KB)
    I am personally in possession of this document. This is a document w/ Arthur Corse's signature. He was the attorney for the land deal in Rolla, Phelps co., MO. He was working with his uncle (his mother Nancy A. Pomeroy Corse's brother) William Grove Pomeroy. William Grove Pomeroy was later the Mayor of Rolla, Phelps co., MO. This document also has William Grove Pomoroy's signature as the notary. It also have his Notary seal impressed on the document, along w/ the impressed seal from the Phelps co., court house. Cool. He is my great great grandpa.
  • 5 Walters Sisters (75 KB)
    This scan came from Glen Izett. But I have found info on the back of another copy owned by Steve Pearce a decendant of Harvey Jacob Walters (my Mary "Mae" Florence Walters Corse's brother). It reads that the girls in the picture are "Emma, Laura, Myrtle, Maude, Wilhelma (Aunt Bill)" So for genealogy purposes goto my rootsweb database. This is the page for Their parents w/ their links http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=gdecourcy&id=I02842
  • Captian John Corse's Revolutionary War pension (109 KB)
    Captian John Corse's Revolutionary War pension
  • LuLu Myrtle, Mary Florence, Olive Gertrude Walters (126 KB)
    LuLu Myrtle, Mary "Mae" Florence, Olive Gertrude Walters. Left is Myrtle Walters & the middle or right is Mary "Mae" Florence Walters Corse. Daughter of John Francis Walters & Eunice Knouff Walters] She was born 10/28/1882 Springfield, Greene county, MO d. 5/10/1956 Los Angeles, CA buried Engelwood Park Cemetery, Los Angeles CA. She married Alvin Herbert Corse 10/25/1904 he was born 8/10/1884 d. 3/10/1942 in Bakersfield Ca & is buried Greenlawn Cemetery, Bakersfield, CA [his parents Arthur & Estella "Stella" Lucille LeSuer Corse]. Alvin & Mae had: Gladys Estelle Corse, Lucille Irene Corse, *William Charles Corse (John Logan Corse's dad), Joseph Walters Corse.
  • Capt. John Corse's Revolutionary War document (125 KB)
    Sept 1818 Delaware pension amount paper
  • Letter re: John Corse, to Nettie C. Fries (DAR) (75 KB)
    B. October 17th, 1749 in Delaware. Revolutionary War pension info. The Nettie Corse Fries whom this letter is to in 1930, is the daughter to Amanda Freelove Howe & Alfred Corse. Alfred is the son of James Alfred Corse & Nancy E. or A. Pomoery. James Alfred Corse is the son of this Captain John Corse & Mary Jackson.
  • Frank Ernest Cosper & John Horace Cosper (147 KB)
    Frank E. Cosper b. 9/11/1869 & John H. Cosper b. 1/6/1872. Sons of William Wesley Cosper(son of John P. Cosper & Jane L. Marrihew Cosper) & Elizabeth "Lizzy" Hill Cosper. abt 1880 She page for father of Frank E. & John H. Cosper http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=gdecourcy&id=I000281
  • Baby Gertrude Carrie "Gertie" Atwood b. 1/16/1905 (173 KB)
    Eldest child of 14 of Hiram Leroy "Roy" Atwood & Carrie Kansas Dix Atwood. See MY database page for her http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=gdecourcy&id=I054681
  • Lillian Brown Talbott & Frances Boswell Talbott (127 KB)
    This is at her retirement Party as Head Nurse at Calvert County Hospital, Prince Fredrick, Calvert co., MD, USA. This has to be before Frances "Frank" Boswell Talbott, Sr.'s death in 1969.
  • Three Walters Sisters (68 KB)
    LuLu Myrtle, Mary "Mae" Florence, Olive Gertrude Walters. Left is Myrtle Walters & the middle or right is Mary "Mae" Florence Walters Corse. daughter of John Francis Walters & Eunice Knouff Walters] She was born 10/28/1882 Springfield, Greene county, MO d. 5/10/1956 Los Angeles, CA buried Engelwood Park Cemetery, Los Angeles CA. She married Alvin Herbert Corse 10/25/1904 he was born 8/10/1884 d. 3/10/1942 in Bakersfield Ca & is buried Greenlawn Cemetery, Bakersfield, CA [his parents Arthur & Estella "Stella" Lucille LeSuer Corse] Alvin & Mae had: Gladys Estelle Corse, Lucille Irene Corse, *William Charles Corse (John Logan Corse's dad), Joseph Walters Corse.
  • Dorothy "Dot" Frances Waldrop Baines 60th Birthday (26 KB)
    Dorothy "Dot" Frances Waldrop Baines 60th Birthday b. July 18, 1903 m. Hudson D. Baines b. July 04, 1899
  • Thelma Lavina Atwood (later Corse) as new baby (94 KB)
    she is 12 weeks old & pretty darn cute. Her parents are Mae Elizabeth "Lizzy" Walling & Logan John Atwood. She was their 4th child, by the time she was born, they has already lost 2 of those 4. They would later have had a total of 10 children, 8 surviving to adulthood. This is my grandma
  • 5 Atwood boys, sons of Hiram Henry Atwood (274 KB)
    This Robert "Bob" Alonzo Atwood; Hiram Leroy "Roy" Atwood; Sherman "Sherm" Tecumseh Atwood; & twins, Grant Simon Atwood & Logan John Atwood. Son's of Hiram Henry & Sarah Elizabeth Mills Atwood.
  • Logan & Lizzy Atwood family 1933 (214 KB)
    The Logan John & Mae Elizabeth "Lizzy" Walling Atwood family. Starting from back, left to the front left to right: Logan, Thelma (my grandma), Lizzy, Ella Mae, "Jack", baby Ted, Joe, Clara, Harold & Ed
  • Walters Reunion in Estes Park, CO pictures (70"s?) (576 KB)
    Walters Reunion, in this picture decendants of John Francis (James) Walters & his wife Eunice "Nicy" Ann Canouff Corse. They had 12 children: Elizabeth Walters (d. abt. 1884), Laura Jane Walters (b. 06 Sep 1865), Emma Dorinda Walters (b. 04 Jul 1869), Harvey Jacob Walters (b. abt 1872), Olive Gertrude Walters (b. 10 Nov 1873), Preston Henry Walters (b. abt 1876), Lulu Myrtle Walters (b. 05 Mar 1878), Charles Walters (b. abt 1880), Ailene Walters (b. Bet. 1880 - 1886), Mary "Mae" Florence Walters (b. 28 Oct 1882), Lela Maude Walters (b. 12 Feb 1887), Willmetta Walters (b. 19 May 1890)
  • Logan John & Lizzy Walling Atwood on their 50th (71 KB)
    Logan John Atwood & his lovely wife Mae Elizabeth "Lizzy" Walling Atwood on the occasion of their 50th wedding anniversary 1959 in CA, USA
  • Twins Logan John & Grant Simon Atwood (178 KB)
    Twins Logan John Atwood & Grant Simon Atwood both born 03 Jan 1887 on a homestead near Woonsocket, Jerauld co. or Sanborn co., SD, USA. Their parents are Hiram Henry Atwood & Sarah Elizabeth Mills Atwood. Logan is my great grandpa
  • General John Murray Corse (48 KB)
    Union General John Murray Corse in his uniform of the US Civil War / War of Northern Agression. He & Confederate Gen. Montgomery Dent Corse had the same great grandfather. 1) William Corse & Elizabeth Ann Bowers Corse had many children (but we're only refereing to 3 here) A) Capt. John Corse m. Mary Mannering I) James Alfred Corse m. Nancy Pomeroy a) Arthur Corse Esq. m. Estella Lucille LeSuer (my Great Great Grandparents) B) Hanson Corse m. Gertrude Lockwood I) John Lockwood Corse m. Sara Murray a) Gen. John Murray Corse C) William Corse, Jr. m. Elizabeth Francis Acock I) John Corse m. Julia G. Talbot (or Talbott) a) Gen. Montgomery Dent Corse
  • Logan & Lizzy Atwood w/ some family (268 KB)
    Logan John, "Jack", Lizzie, Sis (Thelma Lavina), Ed, Ella Mae
  • Logan John Atwood's WWI registration card (73 KB)
    Logan John Corse married Mae Elizabeth "Lizzy" Walling & had 10 children, 8 surviving to adulthood. see his page on my online database http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=gdecourcy&id=I000026
  • Arthur Corse, Esq. as an Elder Statesman (28 KB)
    b. December 06, 1846 West Township, Plymouth, Marshall co., IN, USA d. February 26, 1914 Federal Soldiers Home, St. James, Phelps, MO, USA
  • Old Atwood Sod homestead house 1889 (405 KB)
    ~ 1889, Old Sod House, Hiram Henry Atwood, Sara Elizabeth Mills Atwood, a neighbor, (next is their kids) Grant Simon Atwood, Carrie Elizabeth Atwood, Hiram LeRoy "Roy", Sherman Tecumseh Atwood, Hatten (not sure who this is), Robert Alonzo "Bob" Atwood, Logan John Atwood, and another neighbor
  • Arthur & Estelle Lucille M. LeSuer Corse (106 KB)
    Arthur Corse Esq. born: 12.6.1846 in West township, Marshall county, IN died: 2.26.1914 Federal Soldier's home, St. James, Phelps county, MO. USA He married: 10.29.1873 Ann Arbor, Washtenaw co., MI to Estella Lucille "Stella" LeSuer born: 1.10.1953 MI died: 2.24.1927 Oklahoma City, OK They are both buried at the Federal Soldier's home in MO Estella nicknamed Stella was a short woman of french decent. She was the 1st WOMAN to hold office in the new Indian Territory (which later became Texas).
  • Twins Logan & Grant Atwood as young men (147 KB)
    I am not sure when this was taken but perhaps before Logan married Lizzy in 08 Sep 1909
  • Joe & Gladys Corse, Mae Walters Corse & Bill Corse (107 KB)
    Joseph Walters Corse, Gladys Estelle Corse Izett, mother Mary "Mae" Florence Walters Corse & William "Bill" Charles Corse (aka Penrod) Corse, as a very dashing red haired young man in the 1940's
  • Nancy A. Pomeroy & James Alfred Corse (648 KB)
    Husband & Wife, Nancy A. Pomeroy (daughter of Grove Pomeroy) & James Alfred Corse. Monument in Stringer cemetery
  • Nancy A. Pomeroy & James Alfred Corse, monument (680 KB)
    Husband & Wife, Nancy A. Pomeroy (daughter of Grove Pomeroy) & James Alfred Corse. Monument in Stringer cemetery
  • Nancy A. Pomeroy & James Alfred Corse, monument (674 KB)
    Husband & Wife, Nancy A. Pomeroy (daughter of Grove Pomeroy) & James Alfred Corse. Monument in Stringer cemetery
 

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