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_______ ANDERSON

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Family 1 : _______ WING
  1. +Dorothy Anderson WING

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Berry Alexander BRADLEY

1869 - BEF 1969

Father: J. R. BRADLEY
Mother: Elizabeth "Betsy" GREER

Family 1 : Mary Alice MANN
  1.  Ruth Elizabeth BRADLEY
  2.  Robert Wilson BRADLEY
  3.  Bruce BRADLEY
  4.  Richard BRADLEY
  5.  Myrtle BRADLEY

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|_Elizabeth "Betsy" GREER _|
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                           |_Lucy Clay PASLEY _|
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[743] [SOURCE] IGI Individual File; www.familysearch.org;
1880 Fed Census; www.familysearch.org


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Sarah CRACKER

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Family 1 : William HARGIS
  1. +Eliza Jane HARGIS

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Blanche GRISSOM

20 Dec 1890 - Nov 1984

Family 1 : Harry SPRADLING
  1. +Hazel Irene SPRADLING
  2.  Virginia Harriet SPRADLING

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[313] [SOURCE] SSDI; SS# 403-74-8853, issued in CA


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Carl Lambert HOGUE

[805]

12 Sep 1911 - 09 Nov 1948

Father: Gilbert Hamilton HOGUE
Mother: Caroline Edith "Carrie" OWINGS

Family 1 : Bernice Hazel _______

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                                   _John Shannon HOGUE __________|
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 _Gilbert Hamilton HOGUE _________|
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|--Carl Lambert HOGUE 
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                                  |_Ellen CARPENTER _____________|
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[805] Carl Lambert HOGUE
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Obituary
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Thursday 11 November 1948 [Boise, ID] Idaho Statesman, p. 9
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    HOGUE -- Carl Lambert Hogue, 37, of 2001 Nez Perce street, an assistant city engineer of Boise the past year, died Tuesday evening at a Boise hospital after a seven-day illness.
    Born Sept. 12, 1911, at Kuna, Mr Hogue was a veteran of the second World war, and a member of the Methodist church.
    Surviving relatives include his widow, Mrs. Bernice Hazel Hogue, Boise; his father, Gilbert H. Hogue; Fresno, Cal., and two brothers, Shannon Hogue, Seattle, and Wilbur O. Hogue, Pocatello.
    Services will be conducted at 3:30 p.m. today at the Summers chapel. Dr. Ray S. Dunn will have charge of services. Interment will be at Kuna.
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Source:
Thursday 11 November 1948 [Boise, ID] Idaho Statesman, p. 9
[Provided by Ted Hogue, 4/2005]
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Nancy Abi LAURENCE

14 May 1870 - 24 May 1958

Father: Elisha Randolph LAURENCE
Mother: Mary Ann RATLIFF


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William G. PINGEL

07 Sep 1896 - 26 Dec 1974

Family 1 : Alva MILLER

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[582] [SOURCE] CADI; SSDI, SS# 545-03-7960, issued in CA


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James Barry ROGERS

[28]
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11 Apr 1896 - 26 Aug 1978

Father: James Barry ROGERS
Mother: Mae RAMBEAU

Family 1 : Josephine SAUNDERS

                                                _Hanson ROGERS __+
                       _Daniel Webster ROGERS _|
                      |                        |_Hannah WEBSTER _
 _James Barry ROGERS _|
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[28] James Barry ROGERS
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Stories
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    [I] remember Rogers most for one episode, though there were many. In Second-Year-Spanish he told us the final would be over the material in the review section in the back of the book. I took him literally, did the whole exercise
carefully, and memorized it. I was the only one to do that, and that exercise WAS the final, to the letter.
    I did rather well on that test for a second-rate language student, and pulled an A which helped. Rogers laughed and laughed at the rest of the class when he handed back the finals.
[John Wylie]
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    Len Klempnauer ('54) recalls seeing an article on Mr. Rogers in the "Santa Cruz Sentinel" while he was working there in the early 60s. He pointed out that Mr. Rogers walked with a limp (which I had not noticed) and said that the
article said that Mr. Rogers crashed while undergoing flight training with the French Air Force during WWI. As Len points out, Mr. Rogers never got to face Germany's famed "Red Baron."
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    Wilma Laurence, widow of business teacher Larry Laurence, had not noticed Mr. Rogers loss of the last joints on the forefinger land middle finger of his left hand. "That's right," she said, "but he certainly played the cello
well."
    You can clearly see the shortened digits in the photo of the String Quartet (James & Josepine Rogers, cello & viola, and Wilma & Larry Laurence, 1st and 2nd violins.)
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Newspaper Article
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Sunday 10 June 1956 Santa Cruz Sentinel, p. 9
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SCHS Teacher Is Feted On Retirement
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    James B. Rogers, a veteran of some 33 years of teaching various languages, including Spanish, French and English, as well as history, and who is retiring, was honored by Santa Cruz high school students at a party recently in the
First Presbyterian church.
    More than 70 students and faculty members of the Santa Cruz high school joined in the farewell party.
    A feature of the party was the breaking of the "pinata" after Kathy Looney explained the significance of the symbol. Rogers broke the pinata with a stick and the guests scrambled for the candy and gum which spread over the floor.
    The group divided in four sections to play the game, "This Is Your Life," each taking a span of the teacher's career for the protrayal. Charades on the theme "A typical incident in the Rogers classroom at Santa Cruz high school"
were offered.
    The instructor led the students in singing songs in French and Spanish.
    A gift of a suitcase from all the students was presented to the retiring educator by Joan Menzemer, who with Miss Looney, was co-chairman of the affair.
    French and Spanish posters, used as decorations, were made by Mary Ann Lovier. The refresment table, centered by a charro sombrero, included red roses. A sheet cake, decorated with "Bon Voyage, Senor Rogers," was cut by the
honor[ed] guest.
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Obituary
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Monday 28 August 1978 Santa Cruz Sentinel, p. 22
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James Rogers Rites Pending
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    Funeral servcices are pending for James Barry Rogers, who died Saturday night at his Santa Cruz residence at the age of 82.
    He was a native of Nebraska but had lived in Santa Cruz most of his life. He was a veteran of WWI and an avid musician. He taught history, Spanish, and French at Santa Cruz High School for 33 years before retiring in 1956.
    He is survived by a sister-in-law, Mrs. Gale Saunders of Santa Cruz.
    Funeral services are pending at Irwin M. Smith & Sons, 1050 Cayuga Street.
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Abstract of Death Certificate
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    James Barry Rogers; DOB: 11 Apr 1896; DOD: 26 Aug 1978, 10:40 p.m.; POD: 1313 Escalona Dr; Cause: trauma from self-inflicted gunshot wound; Father: James B. Rogers, NE; Mother: ? Rambo, ?; Occupation: school teacher, Santa Cruz
City Schools, 30 years; Informant: Mrs. Gale Saunders (sister-in-law), 1711 King St.; Burial/Cremation: cremation, Soquel Crematory, 28 Aug 1978.
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In 1963 James and Josephine were retired homeowners at 1313 Escalona Dr.
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Sources:
1. John Wylie, Len Klempnauer, Wilma Laurence
2. Sunday 10 June 1956 Santa Cruz Sentinel, p. 9
3. Monday 28 August 1978 Santa Cruz Sentinel, p22
4. Death Certificate
5. 1963 Santa Cruz City Directory
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[26] [SOURCE] SSDI, SS# 722-01-1953, issued in CA;
World Connect Site; UserID=:a31912; goodcorp@aol.com;
Unknown; 25 Aug 2001

[27] [SOURCE] Death Certificate

[958] [SOURCE] 1937 Santa Cruz City Directory


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Kathryn Ann WEST

[519]

13 Dec 1894 - 19 Apr 1981

Father: Aaron Tovey "Dinny" WEST
Mother: Jane A. Hine HIGGINBOTTOM

Family 1 : Otto J. HATCHER

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 _Aaron Tovey "Dinny" WEST __|
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|                             _William Alcroft HIGGINBOTTOM _|
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|_Jane A. Hine HIGGINBOTTOM _|
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                             |_Sarah Hine CARDWELL __________|
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[519] Kathryn Ann West HATCHER
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Obituary
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Monday 20 April 1981 Santa Cruz Sentinel, p. 24
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    Private cremation services are scheduled for Kathryn Ann Hatcher, a native of Idaho, who died Sunday in Santa Cruz. She was 86.
    She is survived by a sister, Ruth West Warren of Santa Cruz; a son, G. E. Higginbottom of Stockton; a niece, Kathryn Hogue Sommese of Washington, D.C.; four nephews and a niece.
    Her husband, Otto J. Hatcher, died four months ago.
    Private cremation services are scheduled at the IOOF Crematory.
    Private interment will be at Park View Cemetery in Manteca.
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Source:
Monday 20 April 1981 Santa Cruz Sentinel, p. 24
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[517] [SOURCE] CADI; SSDI, SS# 558-76-5996, issued in CA;
World Connect Site; UserID=quakehat; nelhatch@hills.net;
Nel Hatcher; 19 May 2003

[518] [SOURCE] See obituary.

[965] [SOURCE] World Connect Site; UserID=quakehat; nelhatch@hills.net;
Nel Hatcher; 19 May 2003


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