Dr. Fred H. Moore M.D.

M, (1872 - )
FatherWalter Painter Moore (c 1833 - 1907)
MotherRebecca Harding Moore (c 1845 - 1939)
Birth*13 May 1872 Bay, Michigan (MI), United States (US)1 
Marriage*11 Oct 1897 Calvary Cathedral, Sioux Falls, Minnehaha, South Dakota (SD), United States (US); Bride=Emma May Gerber Moore, priest=T. Fisher Rev, Witness=Gottlieb Gerber, Witness=Mary Ann Schoenman Gerber2 
Marriage*8 Aug 1906 Sioux Falls, Minnehaha, South Dakota (SD), United States (US); Episcopal; Bride=Helen E. Dick Moore2 
Residence*15 Apr 1910 Worthing, Lincoln, South Dakota (SD), United States (US)3 
Death*  
Biography* Fred H. Moore, 1872-????:
Born in Michigan, Fred was a first generation American born to English parents. By 1900, Fred, a physician, was living in Worthing, South Dakota where he owned his house free of mortgage. After Emma Gerber, his first wife died, Fred moved to Garden City in Clark County, South Dakota where he was living at the time of his second marriage in 1906. By 1910, Fred and family were back in Worthing. 

Family

Emma May Gerber Moore (18 Jun 1877-13 Sep 1904)
Children
Last Edited26 Jul 2016

Citations

  1. [S1787] Bay county birth record.
  2. [S107] Minnehaha county marriage record.
  3. [S288] 1910 Federal Census, Lincoln County, South Dakota,.

John Warren Spradling

M, (1870 - 1947)
FatherJohn W. Spradling (c 1840 - b 1880)
MotherVirginia Mead Spradling (c 1842 - )
Birth*19 Oct 1870 Illinois (IL), United States (US)1 
Marriage*c 1894 Bride=Myrtle A. (?) Spradling2 
Marriage*c 1913 Bride=Ida Belle Gerber Spradling3 
Death*8 Aug 1947 Los Angeles, California (CA), United States (US)1 
Burial*Aug 1947 Hillside Memorial Park, Redlands, San Bernardino, California (CA), United States (US)4 
Biography* John Warren Spradling, 1870-1947:
Born in Illinois, John's father was born in Indiana. His mother was born in Virgina. In 1910, John, a painting contractor, was renting at 631 East First Street, in Long Beach's 5th Ward, California. By 1920, he was working as a rancher on a dairy farm with his brother-in-law, Raymond Gerber. In 1930, John was working as the manager of the apartment building where he and Ida were living. 
Last Edited6 Sep 2009

Citations

  1. [S361] Copyright 1998-2001 by MyFamily.com Inc., California Death Index, 1940-1997 (published on the World Wide Web by RootsWeb.com),.
  2. [S391] 1910 Federal Census, San Bernardino County, California,.
  3. [S526] 1930 Federal Census, Los Angeles County, California,.
  4. [S390] Unknown author(s), Hillside Memorial Park and Mausoleum (tombstone inscriptions), 1985.

Herbert Walter Gerber

M, (1882 - b 1940)
FatherGottlieb Gerber (1837 - 1914)
MotherMary Ann Schoenman Gerber (1850 - 1916)
Relationship1st cousin 1 time removed of Helen Frances Gerber McCarthy
Birth*20 Nov 1882 Lincoln, South Dakota (SD), United States (US)1 
Marriage*17 Dec 1903 Riverside, California (CA); Bride=Marie Regena English Gerber2 
Residence*1916 San Francisco, California (CA), United States (US)3 
Marriage*b 12 Sep 1918 Principal=Frances H. (?) Gerber4 
Residence1 Jan 1920 Honolulu, Hawaii (HA), United States (US)5 
Death*b 28 Dec 1940 6 
Biography* Herbert Walter Gerber, 1882-????:
Herbert grew to 5 feet-8 inches tall, was of medium build, with brown eyes and dark brown hair. In 1910, Herbert was living with his parents on Santa Ana Road, Highland Township, San Bernardino County, California and was working as a salesman. Believe that he married twice. In 1903 he married Marie R. English, a California girl born to a father born in England and a mother born in New Jersey. In 1914, he was living in Redlands, California and by 1916, in San Francisco. By 1918, Herbert was living at 1038 Clayton Street there and was married to Frances H. who was born in Massachusetts. Her maiden name is not known. Herbert, at the time, was working as a paint salesman for Sherwin Williams at 545 2nd Street. In 1920, they were boarding in Honolulu, Hawaii and Herbert was working as a salesman. 
Last Edited16 Jun 2015

Citations

  1. [S160] Lincoln county birth record.
  2. [S1745] Https://familysearch.org/, California, County Marriages, 1850-1952.
  3. [S5] Mother's obituary,.
  4. [S1697] World War I draft reg from <Ancestry.com> (subscription req'd).
  5. [S1679] 1920 Federal Census, Honolulu County, Hawaii,.
  6. [S16] Sibling's obituary,.

Raymond Clyde Gerber

M, (1889 - 1949)
FatherGottlieb Gerber (1837 - 1914)
MotherMary Ann Schoenman Gerber (1850 - 1916)
Relationship1st cousin 1 time removed of Helen Frances Gerber McCarthy
Birth*6 Jul 1889 Worthing, Lincoln, South Dakota (SD), United States (US)1,2 
Marriage*c 1921 Bride=Marjorie Wilson Gerber3 
Residence*28 Dec 1940 East Highlands, California (CA), United States (US)4 
Death*30 Jan 1949 San Bernardino, California (CA), United States (US)2 
Burial*Feb 1949 Hillside Memorial Park, Redlands, San Bernardino, California (CA), United States (US)5 
Biography* Raymond Clyde Gerber, 1889-1949:
Often referred to, and known, by his middle name Clyde. He was a man of medium height and slender build with light brown eyes and dark brown hair. In 1910, he was living with his parents on Santa Ana Road, Highland Township, San Bernardino County, California and working in his father's orange grove. In 1914, Raymond was teaching in the Philippine Islands. In 1917, he was living in Los Angeles and studying chemistry at the University of Southern California. By 1920, Raymond had returned to San Bernardino County, California where he ran a dairy farm with his brother-in-law, John Spradling. He and the Spradlings lived in, or on, Scattered, in Highland Township. In 1930, he lived in East Highland and owned his house and the dairy farm. 

Family

Marjorie Wilson Gerber (17 Jun 1883-2 Jan 1987)
Children
Last Edited5 Sep 2009

Citations

  1. [S156] 1900 Federal Census, Lincoln County, South Dakota,.
  2. [S361] Copyright 1998-2001 by MyFamily.com Inc., California Death Index, 1940-1997 (published on the World Wide Web by RootsWeb.com),.
  3. [S1] "The Gerber Family Tree", compiled by Orval James Madden, 1991.
  4. [S16] Sibling's obituary,.
  5. [S390] Unknown author(s), Hillside Memorial Park and Mausoleum (tombstone inscriptions), 1985.

Marjorie Wilson Gerber

F, (1883 - 1987)
Father(Mr) Wilson
Mother(Mrs) Hodges Wilson
Birth*17 Jun 1883 New York (NY), United States (US)1 
Marriage*c 1921 Groom=Raymond Clyde Gerber2 
Married Namec 1921 Gerber [Wilson] 
Death*2 Jan 1987 Los Angeles, California (CA), United States (US)1 
Biography* Marjorie Wilson Gerber, 1883-1987:
Born in New York to parents born in Massachusetts, Marjorie was apparently married twice. The first time she married was circa 1912 to a person, and at a place, unknown. 

Family

Raymond Clyde Gerber (6 Jul 1889-30 Jan 1949)
Children
Last Edited26 Jul 2016

Citations

  1. [S361] Copyright 1998-2001 by MyFamily.com Inc., California Death Index, 1940-1997 (published on the World Wide Web by RootsWeb.com),.
  2. [S1] "The Gerber Family Tree", compiled by Orval James Madden, 1991.

Catherine Clancy

F, (1880 - c 1883)
FatherJoseph Clancy (1850 - 1904)
MotherBridget Agnes O'Reilly Clancy Davis (c 1849 - 1924)
Relationship1st cousin 1 time removed of Helen Frances Gerber McCarthy
Birth*1880 New York, New York (NY), United States (US)1 
Death*c 1883 1 
Biography* Catherine Clancy, 1880-ca1883:
Catherine was born in New York City when the family was living at 40th Street & 2nd Avenue. She was christened at a church near there. Catherine was about two-and-half-years-old when she died possibly the result of a fall. 
Last Edited28 Oct 2009

Citations

  1. [S275] John Clancy, Probate File, Clerk of County Court,.

William E. Haley

M, (1917 - 1918)
FatherCornelius Alphonsus Haley (1883 - 1963)
MotherMartha Agnes Clancy Haley (1883 - 1977)
Relationship1st cousin of Helen Frances Gerber McCarthy
Birth*1917 Illinois (IL), United States (US)1,2 
Death*1918 1 
Burial*1918 Calvary Cemetery, Woodstock, McHenry, Illinois (IL), United States (US)1,3 
Last Edited24 Mar 2009

Citations

  1. [S330] From Bert Richardson to Tom McCarthy. Dated 12 January 2001 at 312 Lincoln Avenue, Woodstock, IL 60098. In possession of Tom McCarthy (2001).
  2. [S346] 1920 Federal Census, McHenry County, Illinois,.
  3. [S8] Tombstone.

Ellen Martin Clancy

F, (c 1850 - 1936)
FatherPatrick Martin
Mother(Mrs Patrick) (?) Martin
ChartsGlancy/Carron family
Birth*c 1850 Fermanagh, Ireland1 
Marriage*31 Jan 1876 Swanlinbar, Cavan, Ireland; Groom=Patrick Glancy, priest=P. P. Whelan Rev, Witness=John Murphy, Witness=Margaret Leonard1 
Married Name31 Jan 1876 Clancy [Martin] 
(Witness) Death11 May 1884 Crocknacreevy, Kinawley, Fermanagh, Ireland; Deceased=Catherine Carron Clancy2 
Death*26 Sep 1936 Crocknacreevy, Kinawley, Fermanagh, Northern Ireland; Witness=Mary Anne Clancy Dolan3 
Biography* Ellen Martin Clancy, 1850-1936:
Ellen was a resident of Clonliff townland at her 1876 marriage. On 13 June 1892, Ellen Clancy, a widow tenant, purchased the family farm from the Right Honorable Lowry Egerton, Earl of Enniskillen.


Ellen died on a Saturday at age 87. Presumably she is buried in Kinawley church graveyard but there is no marker. 

Family

Patrick Glancy (c 1828-27 Jun 1885)
Children
Last Edited16 Nov 2009

Citations

  1. [S187] Ireland civil marriage record.
  2. [S167] Ireland civil death record.
  3. [S426] Northern Ireland civil death record.

Catherine Clancy Leonard

F, (c 1835 - 1912)
FatherEdward Glancy (c 1800 - 1865)
MotherCatherine Carron Clancy (c 1801 - 1884)
RelationshipGrandaunt of Helen Frances Gerber McCarthy
ChartsGlancy/Carron family
Birth*c 1835 Fermanagh, Ireland1 
Marriage*23 Feb 1857 Kinawley, Fermanagh, Ireland; Groom=John Leonard2 
Married Name23 Feb 1857 Leonard [Clancy] 
Death*17 Jul 1912 Abocurragh, Cleenish, Fermanagh, Ireland; Witness=James Farmer3 
Biography* Catherine Clancy Leonard, ca1835-1912:
Catherine was the third born, of nine, from Edward Clancy testimony in brother John's 1918 probate. Her birth year recorded here was calculated from her age as reported in the 1911 census. This maintains the birth order listed in the 1918 probate. Catherine may have been born as early as 1827 (calculated from her age at death on her 1912 death cert). Of course, her older brother James would have had to have been born earlier also. Catherine married John Leonard in the Kinawley village church, County Fermanagh in 1857. No ages, parents, residences or witnesses are listed in the church record. After their marriage, Catherine and John lived in the townland of Abocurragh in Cleenish parish. They had six known children, four girls and two boys. The oldest girl is identified by her marriage. There are christening records in Cleenish for four of the others, two girls and two boys. The four oldest, three girls and one boy, went to the USA. These emigrants all lived in Massachusetts near Boston, two in Worcester, one in Milford, and one in Lynn. Catherine continued to live in the Abocurragh house after husband John died. She is not listed in Abocurragh in the 1911 census but with her daughter and son-in-law, Mary Anne and James Farmer in Gortatole townland, Cleenish parish.

Catherine died at home on a Wednesday of old age. She was 85. Her son-in-law, James Farmer, was the informant on her death record. Catherine's place of burial is not known. Soon after her death, son-in-law James Farmer purchased the farm from the landlord, Hen. G. Archdall. No one ever lived in the house again.

Although there are Leonards in the Cleenish parish today, none have been found that are connected to this John Leonard as of June 1995. The derelict house still stands. 

Family

John Leonard (c 1820-20 Feb 1893)
Children
Last Edited14 Nov 2009

Citations

  1. [S373] 1911 National Census, County Fermanagh, Ireland,.
  2. [S315] Kinawley marriage record,.
  3. [S167] Ireland civil death record.

John Leonard

M, (c 1820 - 1893)
ChartsGlancy/Carron family
Birth*c 1820 Ireland1,2 
Marriage*23 Feb 1857 Kinawley, Fermanagh, Ireland; Bride=Catherine Clancy Leonard3 
(Witness) Death10 Jul 1874 Crocknacreevy, Kinawley, Fermanagh, Ireland; Deceased=Michael Glancy1 
Death*20 Feb 1893 Abocurragh, Cleenish, Fermanagh, Ireland; Witness=Patrick Leonard1 
Biography* John Leonard, ca1820-1893:
John occupied half of a small farm in Abocurragh, Cleenish parish, County Fermanagh. The house, rated 3rd class, was made of wood with a thatch roof.4 It consisted of three rooms and had two windows in the front. There were two out-buildings on his portion of the farm. In 1861, the lot consisted of 12 acres, 3 roods, and 35 perches (4 roods = 1 acre, 40 perches= 1 rood) and had two houses. One house was occupied by John and the other by a Hugh Leonard (John's brother?). By 1901, the lot had been divided into nearly equal lots of six-plus acres each.

John, age about 72, died at home on a Monday probably of scrofula.5 His son Pat Leonard was the informant on his death record. Where John is buried is not known. 

Family

Catherine Clancy Leonard (c 1835-17 Jul 1912)
Children
Last Edited13 Nov 2009

Citations

  1. [S167] Ireland civil death record.
  2. [S837] Child's census record.
  3. [S315] Kinawley marriage record,.
  4. Class was determined by a formula that considered the materials with which walls and roof were made, the number of rooms, and the number of windows in front. Classes ranged from the highest, 1st, down to the lowest, 4th.
  5. Scrofula is tuberculosus of lymph glands esp. in the neck.

Catherine T. Leonard Maguire Ahearn

F, (1866 - 1946)
FatherJohn Leonard (c 1820 - 1893)
MotherCatherine Clancy Leonard (c 1835 - 1912)
Relationship1st cousin 1 time removed of Helen Frances Gerber McCarthy
Birth*22 Apr 1866 Abocurragh, Cleenish, Fermanagh, Ireland1 
Marriage*6 Apr 1896 Woburn, Middlesex, Massachusetts (MA), United States (US); Groom=Hugh P. Maguire, priest=John Qualy Pastor2 
Married Name6 Apr 1896 Maguire [Leonard] 
Marriage*3 Nov 1909 Saint Mary's, Milford, Worcester, Massachusetts (MA), United States (US); Groom=William H. Ahern, priest=D. F. McGrath Rev3 
Married Name3 Nov 1909 Ahern [Leonard] 
Death*2 May 1946 Milford, Worcester, Massachusetts (MA), United States (US)3,4 
Note*3 May 1946 obituary Milford (Massachusetts) Daily News, Friday 3 May 1946.4 
Burial*6 May 1946 Saint Mary's Cemetery, Milford, Worcester, Massachusetts (MA), United States (US)4 
Biography* Catherine Leonard Maguire Ahern, 1866-1946:
Catherine immigrated to the United States in 1885 or 1886. She married, Hugh Maguire in 1896 and was living at 13 Conn Street in Woburn City, Middlesex County, Massachusetts in 1897. Catherine and Hugh, parents of a two-or-three-year-old daughter, apparently separated in 1900. They were granted separate support by the probate court in Middlesex County but details are unknown. In 1909, Catherine was married to William Ahern. This marriage was performed by a priest and took place at the Catholic church in Milford. She was living in Hopedale, Worcester County, Massachusetts at that time. After the marriage, she and William lived at 19 Cherry Street in Milford, Massachusetts.

Catherine, age 80, died at home on a Thursday after a long illness. She was survived by one daughter and two sisters. The funeral was held on Monday from Saint Mary's. 

Family

Hugh P. Maguire (c 1865-)
Child
Last Edited9 Mar 2018

Citations

  1. [S168] Ireland civil birth record.
  2. [S689] Woburn town marriage record.
  3. [S270] Annual Town Report (Milford City, Massachusetts),.
  4. [S18] Obituary,.