Alice Madeleine Christie1

Female, #77861, b. January, 1881, d. July 27, 1958
Relationships2nd cousin 3 times removed of Garril Louis Kueber Sr
4th great-granddaughter of Robert Jones
6th great-granddaughter of Jan Joosten van Meteren (John Van Meter)
7th great-granddaughter of Chretien Du Bois
7th great-granddaughter of Matthieu Blanchan
5th great-granddaughter of Jean Bodine
6th great-granddaughter of Jean Crocheron
8th great-granddaughter of Richard Cooke
FatherGeorge B Christie1 b. Oct 19, 1837, d. between Jun 16, 1880 and 1900
MotherElizabeth Frances Calavan1 b. Jan, 1849
BirthJanuary, 1881Alice was born January, 1881 in Idaho.1 
Marriageabout 1902She married Roby A Hill, son of Melissa (surname not known), about 1902 in an unknown place .1,2  
MarriageNovember 19, 1925She married Merton F Clark November 19, 1925 in Walla Walla, Walla Walla County, Washington.1  
(widow) DeathJune 7, 1933Alice was widowed when her husband, Merton, died on June 7, 1933.1 
DeathJuly 27, 1958Alice died July 27, 1958 in Walla Walla, Walla Walla County, Washington at age 77.1  

Family 1

Roby A Hill b. a 1878

Family 2

Merton F Clark b. May 1876, d. 7 Jun 1933
(sister-in-law) Census 1900June 6, 1900Alice Madeleine Christie was listed as a sister-in-law in the household of Eldon H Harris and Ella Blanche Christie in the 1900 Census on June 6, 1900 near Cornwall, Latah County, Idaho. Alice Madeleine Christie's occupation is listed as telephone operator. Other members of the household listed were Laura F Harris, Nanna A Harris, Minnie Francis Christie, George F Gustin, N A Gustin, Claud E Gustin and Elizabeth Frances Calavan.3
Census 1920January 5, 1920Alice was listed as Roby A Hill's wife in the 1920 Census on January 5, 1920 at East 114 Ermina Avenue Spokane, Spokane County, Washington. Other members of the household listed were Melissa (surname not known) There is also a lodger listed in the household.4
Census 1930April 10, 1930Alice was listed as Merton F Clark's wife in the 1930 Census on April 10, 1930 at 8 Newell Street Walla Walla, Walla Walla County, Washington. Alice's occupation is listed as secretary-investments.2
Last EditedNov 14, 2013

Citations

  1. [S5808] World Wide Web, Silliman Kurtz Olson Hafslund Ancestors, Carol Olson, this source may be viewed at http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=tayolson1, reviewed update of October 6, 2009.
  2. [S10865] U.S. Census Washington 1930, Walla Walla County, Walla Walla.
  3. [S10661] U.S. Census Idaho 1900, Latah County, Cornwall Precinct.
  4. [S10807] U.S. Census Washington 1920, Spokane County, Spokane, Ward 5.

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Charles Carroll Christie1

Male, #77863, b. December 12, 1859, d. October 15, 1926
Relationships2nd cousin 3 times removed of Garril Louis Kueber Sr
4th great-grandson of Robert Jones
6th great-grandson of Jan Joosten van Meteren (John Van Meter)
7th great-grandson of Chretien Du Bois
7th great-grandson of Matthieu Blanchan
5th great-grandson of Jean Bodine
6th great-grandson of Jean Crocheron
8th great-grandson of Richard Cooke
FatherHenry Bothaman Christie1 b. Feb 2, 1839, d. Jul 6, 1905
MotherMartha E Burton1 b. Aug 21, 1842, d. Apr 1, 1913
BirthDecember 12, 1859Charles was born December 12, 1859 in Daviess County, Missouri.1 
MarriageFebruary 22, 1882He married Julia Frances Spiers February 22, 1882 in Harrison County, Missouri.1  
Birth of DaughterFebruary, 1884His daughter Bertha was born February, 1884 in Missouri.2 
Birth of SonApril, 1886His son William was born April, 1886 in Missouri.2 
Birth of SonDecember, 1888His son Lloyd was born December, 1888 in Missouri.2 
Death of FatherJuly 6, 1905His father, Henry, died on July 6, 1905.1 
Death of MotherApril 1, 1913His mother, Martha, died on April 1, 1913.1 
DeathOctober 15, 1926Charles died October 15, 1926 in an unknown place at age 66.1  

Family

Julia Frances Spiers b. 6 Apr 1864
Children 1.Bertha O Christie+2 b. Feb, 1884
 2.William H Christie2 b. Apr, 1886
 3.Lloyd S Christie2 b. Dec, 1888
(son) Census 1860July 6, 1860Charles Carroll Christie was listed as a member, son, of the household of Henry Bothaman Christie and Martha E Burton in the 1860 Census on July 6, 1860 in Benton Township, Daviess County, Missouri.3
(son) Census 1870July 21, 1870He was listed as a member, son, of the household of Henry Bothaman Christie and Martha E Burton in the 1870 Census on July 21, 1870 in Benton Township, Daviess County, Missouri. Other members of the household listed were James Allen Christie, Franklin Christie, Laura Jane Christie, Elizabeth Christie and Elliott B Christie.4
Census 1900July 3, 1900Charles was listed as the head of a household with his wife Julia Frances Spiers in the 1900 Census on July 3, 1900 in Precinct 8, Montrose County, Colorado. Other members of the household listed were Bertha O Christie, William H Christie and Lloyd S Christie.2
Biography1905 This industrious, enterprising and progressive ranch and stock man of Montrose has passed almost the whole of his life on the frontier and has aided in the development and improvement of two or three portions of the country in an efficient and serviceable way. He was born in Daviess County in northwestern Missouri on December 12, 1859, and there he was reared to the age of thirteen, when he left home and went to work for himself as a farm hand in Harrison county adjoining his native one on the north. His parents were Henry B. and Martha E. (Burton) Christie, the former born in Kentucky on June 2, 1839, and the latter in the same state on August 21, 1843. The father was brought to Missouri at the age of ten, and after he grew to manhood he taught school in the winter and farmed in the summer for a number of years. He has retired from active pursuits with a good estate and is now living in the town of Hampton, Missouri. Twelve children were born in the family, of whom nine are living, three of them in Montrose county, this state. Charles left home in 1872, when he was but thirteen, and began making his own living working for wages on farms in Harrison county, in his native state, where he remained until 1888. Then, in company with a party having five teams, he came overland to Colorado and located in the vicinity of Olathe. In 1890 he bought the place on which he still lives, which he had previously rented for two years. This is favorably located one-fourth of a mile west of Olathe and comprises one hundred and sixty acres. He has an acre and a half in fruit and produces some of the best of this commodity raised in the county, but his enterprise in this line is only for his own use. His principal crops are grain and hay, and these he produces in abundance and first-class condition. He also raises large quantities of potatoes, to which the soil of his farm seems well adapted. Mr. Christie has been a farmer all his life and makes no pretention [sic] to extensive learning outside of his business. He knows that well, however, and he applies to its operations the knowledge he has, conducting them with skill and wisdom, and securing the best results in his efforts. He carries on a general farming industry and also has a herd of good cattle on the hills in summer which are properly sheltered and cared for in winter. When he moved into this locality the house in which he now lives was the only frame building in the valley, the others being all rude log cabins. To the development and improvement of the section he has given ready and efficient aid, and its present state of advancement is largely due to his work and the stimulus of his example on others. On February 22, 1882, he was married to Miss Julia Spiers, a native of Missouri, daughter of Samuel and Sarah (Bell) Spiers, of that state, and a sister of Jacob Z. Spiers, in whose sketch on another page of this work the family history is recorded. In the Christie family three children have been born. The oldest is nineteen years of age and the youngest fifteen. Mr. Christie and his wife are members of the Baptist church. He is an earnest Democrat in political allegiance, and has served his party well in public office and his private station. He was general road overseer two years and has been school director six. He is also one of the trustees of his church.
From Progressive Men of Western Colorado. Chicago: A.W. Bowen & Co., 1905.1 
Census 1910May 4, 1910Charles was listed as the head of a household with his wife Julia Frances Spiers in the 1910 Census on May 4, 1910 in Montrose County, Colorado. Charles's occupation is listed as stockman. Other members of the household listed were William H Christie and Lloyd S Christie. There is also a boarder listed in the household.5
Census 1920January 9, 1920Charles was listed as the head of a household with his wife Julia Frances Spiers in the 1920 Census on January 9, 1920 on a farm Precinct 13, Montrose County, Colorado. Charles's occupation is listed as farmer. Other members of the household listed were William H Christie, Russell R Corey, Zella F Corey, Lillian M Corey, Esther Corey and Ethel Corey.6
Last EditedNov 15, 2013

Citations

  1. [S5808] World Wide Web, Silliman Kurtz Olson Hafslund Ancestors, Carol Olson, this source may be viewed at http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=tayolson1, reviewed update of October 6, 2009.
  2. [S10662] U.S. Census Colorado 1900, Montrose County, Precinct 8.
  3. [S3402] U.S. Census Missouri 1860, Daviess County, Benton Township.
  4. [S10529] U.S. Census Missouri 1870, Daviess County, Benton Township.
  5. [S10739] U.S. Census Colorado 1910, Montrose County, Precinct 8.
  6. [S10808] U.S. Census Colorado 1920, Montrose County, Precinct 13.

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Fred W Savage1

Male, #77872, b. January 17, 1872, d. August 6, 1950
BirthJanuary 17, 1872Fred was born January 17, 1872 in Missouri.1 
MarriageFebruary 25, 1892He married Lucy M Christie, daughter of Henry Bothaman Christie and Martha E Burton, February 25, 1892 in Daviess County, Missouri.1  
DeathAugust 6, 1950Fred died August 6, 1950 in Easton, Leavenworth County, Kansas at age 78. He left a widow, Lucy.1  

Family

Lucy M Christie b. 17 Mar 1872, d. 18 Dec 1956
Last EditedFeb 19, 2010

Citations

  1. [S5808] World Wide Web, Silliman Kurtz Olson Hafslund Ancestors, Carol Olson, this source may be viewed at http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=tayolson1, reviewed update of October 6, 2009.

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Bertha A Carter1

Female, #77873, b. about 1880
Birthabout 1880Bertha was born about 1880 in Missouri.1 
Marriage - no infoShe married Abraham B Christie, son of Henry Bothaman Christie and Martha E Burton. I have no information on the date and place of the marriage.1 
Death - no infoI have no information on the date and place of Bertha A's death. 

Family

Abraham B Christie b. 20 Jul 1879, d. 13 Mar 1905
Last EditedOct 20, 2009

Citations

  1. [S5808] World Wide Web, Silliman Kurtz Olson Hafslund Ancestors, Carol Olson, this source may be viewed at http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=tayolson1, reviewed update of October 6, 2009.

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William Allen McDonald1

Male, #77877, b. August 31, 1848, d. December 19, 1915
BirthAugust 31, 1848William was born August 31, 1848 in Trimble County, Kentucky.1 
Marriage1878He married Emily Catherine Christie, daughter of Israel B Christie Jr and Elizabeth Baskett, 1878 in Gentry County, Missouri.1  
Birth of Daughterbetween 1878 and 1879His daughter Laura was born between 1878 and 1879 in Missouri.2 
(widow) DeathApril 24, 1886William was widowed when his wife, Emily died on April 24, 1886.1 
DeathDecember 19, 1915William died December 19, 1915 in Milan, Sedgwick County, Kansas at age 67.1  

Family

Emily Catherine Christie b. bt 1853 - 1854, d. 24 Apr 1886
Child 1.Laura McDonald2 b. between 1878 and 1879
Census 1880June 16, 1880William was listed as the head of a household with his wife Emily Catherine Christie in the 1880 Census on June 16, 1880 in Miller Township, Gentry County, Missouri. William's occupation is listed as farmer. Other members of the household listed were Laura McDonald There is also a boarder in the household R H Conn, age 60, no known relationship.2
Last EditedMar 14, 2010

Citations

  1. [S5808] World Wide Web, Silliman Kurtz Olson Hafslund Ancestors, Carol Olson, this source may be viewed at http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=tayolson1, reviewed update of October 6, 2009.
  2. [S10602] U.S. Census Missouri 1880, Daviess County, Miller Township.

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Victoria Alice Brewer1

Female, #77880, b. March 19, 1862, d. August 4, 1950
BirthMarch 19, 1862Victoria was born March 19, 1862 in Gentry County, Missouri.1 
MarriageFebruary 6, 1881She married Newton Porter Christie, son of Israel B Christie Jr and Elizabeth Baskett, February 6, 1881 in Gentry County, Missouri.1  
Birth of SonJanuary, 1882Her son Owen was born January, 1882 in Missouri.2 
Birth of SonOctober, 1883Her son Estel was born October, 1883 in Missouri.2 
Birth of DaughterAugust, 1887Her daughter Nina was born August, 1887 in Missouri.2 
Birth of DaughterApril, 1895Her daughter Gladys was born April, 1895 in Missouri.2 
Birth of Sonbetween 1904 and 1905Her son Francis was born between 1904 and 1905 in Missouri.3 
DeathAugust 4, 1950Victoria died August 4, 1950 in Mound City, Holt County, Missouri at age 88. She left a widower, Newton.1  

Family

Newton Porter Christie b. 4 Jun 1860, d. 19 Jun 1954
Children 1.Owen L Christie2 b. Jan, 1882
 2.Estel S Christie2 b. Oct, 1883
 3.Nina E Christie2 b. Aug, 1887
 4.Gladys B Christie2 b. Apr, 1895
 5.Francis E Christie3 b. between 1904 and 1905
Census 1900June 22, 1900Victoria was listed as Newton Porter Christie's wife in the 1900 Census on June 22, 1900 in Benton, Daviess County, Missouri. Other members of the household listed were Owen L Christie, Estel S Christie, Nina E Christie and Gladys B Christie.2
Number ChildrenApril, 1910Victoria Alice Brewer had six children of whom five were living as of April, 1910.3 
Census 1910April 21, 1910Victoria was listed as Newton Porter Christie's wife in the 1910 Census on April 21, 1910 in Butler Township, Harrison County, Missouri. Other members of the household listed were Gladys B Christie and Francis E Christie.3
Census 1930April 21, 1930Victoria was listed as Newton Porter Christie's wife in the 1930 Census on April 21, 1930 in Mound City, Holt County, Missouri.4
Last EditedApr 14, 2010

Citations

  1. [S5808] World Wide Web, Silliman Kurtz Olson Hafslund Ancestors, Carol Olson, this source may be viewed at http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=tayolson1, reviewed update of October 6, 2009.
  2. [S10675] U.S. Census Missouri 1900, Daviess County, Benton.
  3. [S10757] U.S. Census Missouri 1910, Harrison County, Butler Township.
  4. [S10875] U.S. Census Missouri 1930, Holt County, Mound City.

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