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Descendants of George Allen


907. CARL ORMAND12 HOXIE (ARTHUR S.11, WILLIAM CLARENCE10, ELIHU BOWMEN9, DAVID8, JAMES7, LYDIA6 ALLEN, GIDEON5, DANIEL4, GEORGE3, GEORGE2, JOHN?1 *ALLEN) was born 27 Aug 1901 in Waterville, Kennebec, Maine. He married MARY E. TERRISS 28 Jun 1924, daughter of JOSEPH TERRISS and ELIZABETH PYKE. She was born 30 Jun 1905 in Spring Hill, Nova Scotia, Canada.

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ARL ORMAND HOXIE:
Son of Arthur S. Hoxie and Ida S. Pollard) Hoxie.

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ARL ORMAND HOXIE:
Record Change: 22 Aug 2003
Resided: Abt. 1951, Waterville, Kennebec, Maine

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ARY E. TERRISS:
Record Change: 22 Aug 2003
     
Children of C
ARL HOXIE and MARY TERRISS are:
  i.   ARLENE M.13 HOXIE.
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Record Change: 22 Aug 2003

  ii.   CARLE FRANCES HOXIE.
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Record Change: 22 Aug 2003

  iii.   JUDITH ANN HOXIE.
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Record Change: 22 Aug 2003



908. CLARA12 HOXIE (JAMES HERBERT11, SILAS PADOCK10, ALLEN9, ISAAC8, ABNER7, LYDIA6 ALLEN, GIDEON5, DANIEL4, GEORGE3, GEORGE2, JOHN?1 *ALLEN)1137 was born 08 Jan 1886 in Troy, Sauk, Wisconsin, and died 13 Jun 1930 in Spring Green, Sauk, Wisconsin. She married FRANK PETER JENSEN1138,1139,1140 03 Apr 1904 in Spring Green, Sauk, Wisconsin, son of PETER JENSEN and ANNA (?) JENSEN. He was born 23 Jan 1880 in Waupaca, Waupaca County, Wisconsin1141, and died 13 Jun 1972 in Spring Green, Sauk, Wisconsin.

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LARA HOXIE:
Clara (Hoxie) Schaffner daughter of James Herbert Hoxie and Susan
(Campbell) Hoxie.

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LARA HOXIE:
Baptism (LDS): 12 Jun 1956, ALBER
Burial: Spring Green Cemetery, Sauk, Wisconsin
Endowment (LDS): 20 Jun 1956, ALBER
Record Change: 23 Dec 2003

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RANK PETER JENSEN:
Burial: Spring Green Cemetery, Sauk, Wisconsin
Record Change: 23 Dec 2003
     
Children of C
LARA HOXIE and FRANK JENSEN are:
1031. i.   VERNA MARCELLA13 JENSEN, b. 13 Oct 1905, Spring Green, Sauk, Wisconsin; d. 17 Jan 1982, Detroit, Wayne, Michigan.
  ii.   SUSAN NORMAN JENSEN1142,1143, b. 26 Jan 1908, Amery, Polk, Wisconsin; d. 26 Jan 1908, Troy, Sauk, Wisconsin.
  More About SUSAN NORMAN JENSEN:
Burial: Spring Green Cemetery, Sauk, Wisconsin
Record Change: 23 Dec 2003

1032. iii.   WINNIE FERN JENSEN, b. 12 Feb 1909, Spring Green, Sauk, Wisconsin; d. 20 Apr 1969, Spring Green, Sauk, Wisconsin.


909. BERT SILAS12 HOXIE (JAMES HERBERT11, SILAS PADOCK10, ALLEN9, ISAAC8, ABNER7, LYDIA6 ALLEN, GIDEON5, DANIEL4, GEORGE3, GEORGE2, JOHN?1 *ALLEN)1143 was born 14 May 1887 in Spring Green, Sauk, Wisconsin, and died 06 Oct 1956 in Madison, Dane, Wisconsin. He married GENEVIEVE MOODY SCHAFFNER1143 12 Jun 1919. She was born 12 Jul 1900 in Illinois, and died 06 May 1990 in Lake Delton, Sauk, Wisconsin.

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ERT SILAS HOXIE:
Son of James Herbert Hoxie and Susan (Campbell) Hoxie. .
He died in hospital from a car accident.


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ERT SILAS HOXIE:
Occupation: Abt. 1951, Mazomanie, Dane, Wisconsin; Occupation: works for a lumber and fuel concern
Record Change: 23 Dec 2003

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ENEVIEVE MOODY SCHAFFNER:
Record Change: 23 Dec 2003
     
Children of B
ERT HOXIE and GENEVIEVE SCHAFFNER are:
1033. i.   LOUIS DALE13 HOXIE.
1034. ii.   DONALD BERT HOXIE.
1035. iii.   RAMONA JEAN HOXIE.
1036. iv.   WILBUR JAMES HOXIE, b. 19 Dec 1920, Dane County, Wisconsin; d. 26 Oct 1956, Saint Paul, Ramsey, Minnesota.
1037. v.   ANNE CYNTHIA HOXIE, b. 17 Feb 1923, Spring Green, Sauk, Wisconsin; d. 05 Mar 1984, La Crosse, La Crosse County, Wisconsin.
1038. vi.   PHILIP LA VERNE HOXIE, b. 17 Jul 1929, Dane County, Wisconsin; d. 07 Jan 2000, Black Earth, Dane, Wisconsin.


910. FLORA ELMIRA12 HOXIE (JAMES HERBERT11, SILAS PADOCK10, ALLEN9, ISAAC8, ABNER7, LYDIA6 ALLEN, GIDEON5, DANIEL4, GEORGE3, GEORGE2, JOHN?1 *ALLEN)1143 was born 04 May 1889 in Troy, Sauk, Wisconsin, and died 22 Nov 1953 in Waupaca, Waupaca County, Wisconsin. She married ALVIN LEROY JENSEN1144,1145,1146 27 Sep 1916 in Waupaca, Waupaca County, Wisconsin, son of PETER JENSEN and ANNA (?) JENSEN. He was born 28 May 1886 in Waupaca, Waupaca County, Wisconsin, and died 25 Jan 1957 in Wisconsin.

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LORA ELMIRA HOXIE:
Baptism (LDS): 12 Jun 1956, ALBER
Burial: Cassell Prarie Cemetery, Sauk County, Wisconsin
Endowment (LDS): 20 Jun 1956, ALBER
Record Change: 23 Dec 2003

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LVIN LEROY JENSEN:
Record Change: 23 Dec 2003
     
Child of F
LORA HOXIE and ALVIN JENSEN is:
1039. i.   FRIEDA13 JENSEN, b. 03 Oct 1917; d. 05 Apr 1989.


911. NETTIE MAE12 HOXIE (JAMES HERBERT11, SILAS PADOCK10, ALLEN9, ISAAC8, ABNER7, LYDIA6 ALLEN, GIDEON5, DANIEL4, GEORGE3, GEORGE2, JOHN?1 *ALLEN)1146 was born 16 Sep 1894 in Troy, Sauk, Wisconsin, and died 28 Aug 1953 in Madison General Hospital, Madison, Wisconsin. She married HENRY JOHN FARRIS1146 17 May 1915 in Spring Green, Sauk, Wisconsin, son of MARION FARRIS and CAROLYN SORG. He was born 02 Mar 1891 in Sauk City, Sauk, Wisconsin, and died 14 May 1978 in Newville, Rock, Wisconsin.

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ETTIE MAE HOXIE:
Mrs Farris was the former Nettie Mae Hoxie, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs James Hoxie. She was born in the Town of Troy, September 16, 1895, and spent her entire life in this area, her marriage to Mr. Farris took place in 1915. Of their nine children, two preceded her in death, and a sister Mrs. Frank Jensen. Nettie had cancer and the illness was rather brief, but it had come on slowly.

She leaves her husband; three sons Marion of Madison, Harold of Sauk City, and Vernie, and four daughters, Mrs Irene Turner of Lancaster, Mrs Viola Sorenson of Sauk City, Dorothy and Grace at home. A brother Bert Hoxie of Mazonmanie.

The pall bearers were Harold, Marion,Vernie Farris, Francis Sorenson and Melvin and Calvin Reeve

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ETTIE MAE HOXIE:
Burial: Cassell Prarie Cemetery, Sauk County, Wisconsin
Occupation: was a Housewife
Record Change: 23 Dec 2003

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ENRY JOHN FARRIS:
<b>.
</b>When the boys were growing up they use to go to town and there was a curfew that they were to follow, but boys will be boys. So Henry had an idea to make sure that they came home. So this is how Henry and his friend Mike Sweeny who owned a gas station in Spring Green, Wisconsin, got them to come home since they were to be home by nine o"clock, curfew time there in town. Two of Nettie and Henry's boys seem to like to stay later then they should and run all over town. So Henry and Mike came up with the idea that there was a black panther that had escaped from the Madison Zoo and everyone should be in before dark. This had worked for awhile, but then it got around and different towns had wondered where this panther had come from. The Madison Zoo had been called to see if in fact there was a black panther on the loose. The story came out in the Madison Newspaper, and the Spring Green Home News. The story goes that there had been a black panther that did in fact get loose,but at that time there had been a lairs contest going on and you might guess who won the contest. But it was a way to get the boys home during the weekdays.

Henry was always kidding or pulling things. One evening he had been outside and he knew just about the time that Marion's wife, would be coming out to go to the outhouse before bedtime. So that night he sat out in the bushes and when Katherine came out,he jumped out and scared the crap out of her you might say. From that time on she never went outside to the outhouse again. She bought a commode.

One of Henry's pastimes was to go fishing after he retired, and also make his rounds to the different places in town just to visit. If he didn't make it, the people would ask where he had been. He liked to watch wrestling on TV, until the Doctor told him not too as it got him all excited after he had his heart attack. Another thing he liked to do is read the newspaper from front to back. The most important thing was his grandchildren, he adored them all, he loved to tease them, and they'd come back for more.

Henry was a kind and loving man to be with, and he lived his life to the fullest. He died on 14 May 1978 at his son's home, Newville, Wisconsin. He died of a heart attack. He was buried in Cassell Prairie, Cemetery. He was in Carpenter, painter and worked in a factory.

<b>at home.</b>

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ENRY JOHN FARRIS:
Burial: Cassell Prarie Cemetery, Sauk County, Wisconsin
Occupation: was a carpenter And Painter
Record Change: 23 Dec 2003

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ETTIE HOXIE and HENRY FARRIS:
<b>T</b>he wedding announcement that appeared in the newspaper, I believe it was the Spring Green Newspaper, or from the area. This is how it was written...................

The wedding we thought to take place last week occurred in Spring Green, Wisconsin, this week Monday May 17, 1915. The contracting parties were Henry Farris, oldest of Marion Farris and Nettie Hoxie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jas Hoxie of Wilson Creek. An informal reception and the ever present charivari were given them on Monday evening at the Farris home here. They will remain here for a few days and than go to Wilson Creek where the groom will work in a cheese factory.

     
Children of N
ETTIE HOXIE and HENRY FARRIS are:
  i.   GRACE ALMA13 FARRIS.
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Record Change: 24 Dec 2003

  ii.   VERNIE DALE FARRIS.
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Record Change: 23 Dec 2003

  iii.   TWINS ^FARRIS1146, d. young.
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Record Change: 17 Apr 2004

1040. iv.   IRENE EVELYN FARRIS, b. 17 Jul 1916, Troy, Sauk, Wisconsin; d. 16 Oct 1985, Lancaster General Hospital, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
  v.   ORVILLE LOUIS FARRIS1146, b. 05 Jul 1918, Troy, Sauk, Wisconsin; d. 17 Mar 1930, Cassell Prarie, Sauk, Wisconsin.
  Notes for ORVILLE LOUIS FARRIS:
<b>.
</b>Orville was a strong robust boy and was able to help much with the work around the farm, cultivating crops, etc. He enjoyed this work and took a lot of pride in doing well at his task assigned to him. He had a pleasing disposition and a great help to his father Henry. Orville made a brave fight for life and everything possible was done for him to no avail.

He was missed not only at home but also in the school as it was shown at the time of the funeral when the teacher and the children viewed the remains through the window, as the home was quarantined, each one passed by with tears of sorrow, showed how much he was missed. Orville had Scarlet fever.

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Burial: Cassell Prarie Cemetery, Sauk County, Wisconsin
Record Change: 23 Dec 2003

1041. vi.   VIOLA VIVIAN FARRIS, b. 30 Nov 1920, Troy, Sauk, Wisconsin; d. 11 Apr 1993, Newville, Rock, Wisconsin.
  vii.   LORRAINE MAE FARRIS1146, b. 20 Feb 1923, Troy, Sauk, Wisconsin; d. 11 Mar 1923.
  Notes for LORRAINE MAE FARRIS:
She was 2 weeks and 5 days old. She was ill with in bronchial pneumoia, following measles caused her death

  More About LORRAINE MAE FARRIS:
Burial: Cassell Prarie Cemetery, Sauk County, Wisconsin
Record Change: 23 Dec 2003

1042. viii.   MARION JAMES FARRIS, b. 18 Jul 1924, Troy, Sauk, Wisconsin; d. 14 Sep 1999, Madison, Dane, Wisconsin.
1043. ix.   HAROLD GEORGE FARRIS, b. 27 Sep 1927, Spring Green, Sauk, Wisconsin; d. 04 Jun 1962, Germany.
1044. x.   DOROTHY ANN FARRIS, b. 09 Feb 1931, Troy, Sauk, Wisconsin; d. 28 Nov 1994.


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