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Descendants of Phillippe De Lannoy


Generation No. 8


58. ANN ELIZA BETHIA8 DELANO (GEORGE EDWIN7, PROSPER P.6, ZEBULON5, JONATHAN4, JONATHAN3, JONATHAN LT.2, PHILLIPPE1 DE LANNOY, JEANA) was born April 18, 1869 in Bloomington, Illinois, and died July 11, 1946 in Powell, Wyoming. She married JAMES CORNELIUS VAN HORNE December 25, 1895 in Trenton, Missouri, son of WILLIAM VAN HORNE and NANCY OARD. He was born December 07, 1869 in Jolliet, Illinois, and died November 07, 1943 in Powell, Wyoming.

Notes for A
NN ELIZA BETHIA DELANO:
Ann Eliza Bethia Delano was born in Bloomington, Illinois, on April 18, 1869. The Delano ancestry traces back to the first Pilgrim settlelments at Plymouth in 1621.
PHILLIPPE DE LANNOY, born in Leyden, Holland 1602 son of Jean and Marie de Lannoy of French Protestant faith (Huguenots) who went to England to escape the persecutions of the catholics who were then in power. Then returned to Holland in 1608. Phillippe was 19 years old when he arrived in the New World on 11 November 1621 aboard the Fortune. Taken from Delano Geneaology.
Her father's family moved to Missouri and settled on a 120 acre farm, 6 miles east of Trenton. On Christmas Day 1895 she married James C. Van Horne of Holland Dutch decent. Because of Lung Alilment of which they dispaired of her life the doctor recommended a higher altitude, so they moved to Canon City, Colorado with their 2 year old son George. Here they lived 12 years on a fruit ranch. Here the children Corliss, Harold, and Bertha were born. In 1912 they homesteaded north of Powell, Wyoming. She lived near Powell the rest of her life. Her Husband died in 1943.

Recently found in her trunk there is an Autograph Book much like her Sister Caroline's. It is signed by various members of her family and friends. I have put the page of the book in the scrapbook section of the person who signed it. The Signatures are:
Mother (Louisa Macomber)
Sister Carrie (Caroline Delano)
Cora Etta Delano
Proper Zebulon Delano
Alma Delano
Edwin Lord
Laura Lord
Mary Lord
Alice Lord
Wesson Macomber
Candace Macomber.
The last by Candace Macomber is a quote. "Could we with ink the ocean fill
Were every stalk on earth a quill
And were the skies of parchment made
And every man a scribe by trade;
To tell the love of God above
Would drain the ocean dry
Nor could the Scroll contain the whole
Though stretched from sky to sky."
Your Cousin
Candace Macomber
This was written in 1883.


Notes for J
AMES CORNELIUS VAN HORNE:
OBITUARY : J.C. Van Horne died at his home 2 1/2 miles northwest of Powell, Sunday Nov. 7, 1943 at about 10 O'clock in the morning. In just one month he would have been 74 years old. He recieved a sever stroke at the breakfast table, Saturday morning, and lived about 24 hours, never regaining consciousness. The family was prepared for the shock because he had had several strokes the first a year and a half before. This was the reason the son, George, moved from his home on the willwood to be nearer to care for the parents. Harold made a visit from Chicago last summer and said not to expect him to a funeral. The other son, Corliss, comes from Fort Worth, Texas to attend the funeral.

James Cornelius Van Horne was born December 7, 1869 near Joliet, Ill. He was the youngest of a family of six. All but one have preceeded him in death; a sister Mrs Lilian Jackson, of Upland, Calif. His ancestry came with the first Dutch settlers to New Amsterdam. His father came from New York to Illinois when he was a boy, and he in turn moved with the family by wagon to Missouri, near Galt Mo. In 1895 he married Bertha Ann Delano, also a native of Illinois, and a relative of Franklin Delano Roosevelt. Her ancestry came with the pilgrims to the plymouth Colony in New England in 1621.

Because of his wife's health, he moved to Canon City, Colo. in 1890. Here he bought a small fruit ranch and lived for 12 years and worked for a time in some gold mines in western Coloardo near Gunnison.

In 1912 he filed on a homestead on the Shoshone Project in Wyoming. He brought his belongings in an emigrant car, and his family came on the train, arriving in Powell Dec 22, 1912. Since then he and his son, George, have acquired 5 farms in the Powell area, which they developed from new raw land or in run down condition.
The children were three sons and one daughter. George, who was born in Missouri, stayed with his father in the farming business. The other three were born in Colorado. Corliss graduated from the University of Wyoming in an electrical engineering course. He is, at present, with the Civil Service at Fort Worth, Texas. Harold developed an outstanding talent for piano playing and went to Chicago. He is now with the Northeastern University faculty. Bertha graduated from Montana State College at Bozeman in an Art Course. She stayed at home and bore most of the burden in caring for the aged parents.
Six children were born, two dying in babyhood. There are three grandchildren, all in George's family. Georgia Mae, age 17, and the twins William Cornelius and Anneke Jane, Age 3.
He thought of himself always as a pioneer. He was a hard worker and always wanted to be building something.
He was a life long member of the Baptist Church and he and his family figured largley in the history of the local Baptist Church since the early days.
     
     
Children of A
NN DELANO and JAMES VAN HORNE are:
  i.   LOUISA JANE9 VAN HORNE, b. September 30, 1896, Trenton, Missouri; d. June 02, 1897.
63. ii.   GEORGE W. VAN HORNE, b. April 26, 1898, Trenton, Missouri; d. November 20, 1985, Powell, Wyoming.
  iii.   JAMIE VAN HORNE, b. January 16, 1901; d. January 23, 1901.
  iv.   JAMES CORLISS VAN HORNE, b. July 22, 1903, Canon City, Colorado; d. March 24, 1982, Powell, Wyoming; m. ANNA M. WOLF, July 11, 1932, Newark, New Jersey; b. September 05, 1895; d. July 25, 1981, Powell, Wyoming..
  v.   HAROLD CORNELIUS VAN HORNE, b. May 30, 1908, Canon City, Colorado; d. August 1957, Evanston, Illinois; m. ELOUISE GESS, July 30, 1931; b. 1906; d. June 03, 1958, Evanston, Illinois..
  vi.   BERTHA LILLIAN VAN HORNE, b. August 10, 1909, Canon City, Colorado; d. April 30, 1985, Powell, Wyoming.
  Notes for BERTHA LILLIAN VAN HORNE:
Bertha Lilian Van Horne was born in Canon City, Colorado, August 10, 1909, the daughter of Bertha Ann Delano and James Cornelius Van Horne. She came with her family to Powell, wyoming in 1912 when they homesteaded on a farm in the Northend community.
She loved children and working for her Lord, as evidenced by her many years of work in the Child Evangelism Fellowship. She was a life-long member of the Baptist Church. She graduated with honors from Powell High School in 1928 and from Montana State College in Bozeman, Mont. in 1933. She taught school in Powell, Riverton and Lovell, Wyoming.
She leaves to mourn her passing, a brother George of Powell, four nieces, Georgia Mae Farwell, Wilma Jean Splitstone, of Powell, Anneke Scott of Cody and Edna Applehans of Riverton; one nephew, William Van Horne of Caldwell, Idaho; seventeen grand nieces and nephews, six of whom will be pall-bearers. .


59. LAURA ANN8 DELANO (WILLIAM WALLACE7, PROSPER P.6, ZEBULON5, JONATHAN4, JONATHAN3, JONATHAN LT.2, PHILLIPPE1 DE LANNOY, JEANA) was born October 06, 1850 in Dorchester, Massachusetts, and died December 20, 1885 in Elmore, Vermont. She married HOWARD ROYCE PARMALEE August 06, 1871 in Elmore, Vermont. He was born March 18, 1846 in Twinsburgh, and died June 14, 1883 in Twinsburgh.
     
Children of L
AURA DELANO and HOWARD PARMALEE are:
  i.   ROYCE DELANO9 PARMALEE, b. January 11, 1875, Twinsburgh.
  ii.   WALLACE JOEL PARMALEE, b. November 28, 1879, Edinburg.
  iii.   EMMA FAITH PARMALEE, b. August 24, 1882, Elmore, Vermont.


60. CALISTA ALMA8 DELANO (PROSPER ZEBULON7, PROSPER P.6, ZEBULON5, JONATHAN4, JONATHAN3, JONATHAN LT.2, PHILLIPPE1 DE LANNOY, JEANA) was born July 10, 1863 in Freedom, Ohio. She married OSCAR DE VAUL August 27, 1889 in Pedleton, Oregon. He was born August 22, 1860 in Trenton, Missouri.
     
Children of C
ALISTA DELANO and OSCAR DE VAUL are:
  i.   ALMA LOUISA9 DE VAUL, b. February 14, 1893, Pilot Rock, Oregon.
  ii.   HELEN DE VAUL, b. December 30, 1894, Pilot Rock, Oregon.


61. CORA ETTA8 DELANO (PROSPER ZEBULON7, PROSPER P.6, ZEBULON5, JONATHAN4, JONATHAN3, JONATHAN LT.2, PHILLIPPE1 DE LANNOY, JEANA) was born February 15, 1868 in Cleveland, Ohio. She married GRANT STRODE April 17, 1887 in Trenton, Missouri. He was born July 20, 1862 in Mc Connelsville,Ohio.
     
Children of C
ORA DELANO and GRANT STRODE are:
  i.   ARTHUR DELANO9 STRODE, b. April 11, 1888, Trenton, Missouri.
  ii.   ALMA CALISTA STRODE, b. March 18, 1894, Trenton, Missouri; d. April 05, 1894.
  iii.   PROSPER WILLIAM STRODE, b. June 06, 1895, Trenton, Missouri; d. July 20, 1895.
  iv.   DON LEE STRODE, b. October 11, 1896, Trenton, Missouri.


62. LAURA ELIZABETH (BESS)8 INGALLS (CHARLES PHILLIP7, LANSFORD WHITING6, MARGETTE5 DELANO, JONATHAN4, JONATHAN3, JONATHAN LT.2, PHILLIPPE1 DE LANNOY, JEANA) was born February 07, 1867 in Pepin, Pepin, Wisconsin, and died February 10, 1957 in Mansfield, Wright, Missouri. She married ALMONZO JAMES WILDER August 25, 1885 in Desmet, Kingsbury, South Dakota, son of JAMES WILDER and ANGELINE DAY. He was born February 13, 1857 in Burke, Franklin, New York, and died October 23, 1945 in Mansfield, Wright, Missouri.

More About L
AURA ELIZABETH (BESS) INGALLS:
Burial: February 13, 1957, Mansfield, Wright, Missouri
     
Children of L
AURA INGALLS and ALMONZO WILDER are:
  i.   ROSE9 WILDER, b. December 05, 1886, Desmet, Kingbury, South Dakota; d. October 30, 1968, Danburg, Connecticut.
  ii.   INFANT WILDER, b. August 1889, Desmet, Kingbury, South Dakota; d. August 07, 1889, Desmet, Kingbury, South Dakota.


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