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C. C. FAIRCHILDS

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Family 1 : Ella May TUBBS
  1. +Lula FAIRCHILDS

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Family 1 : _______ ZIEL
  1. +Florence M. ZIEL
  2.  Dorothy F. ZIEL
  3.  Clarence ZIEL
  4.  Theodore ZIEL
  5.  Eleanor ZIEL
  6.  Violet ZIEL

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Samuel Bradlaugh HIGGINBOTTOM

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Father: William Alcroft HIGGINBOTTOM
Mother: Sarah Hine CARDWELL


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|_Sarah Hine CARDWELL __________|
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                                |_Jane HINE ____________|
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Wilbur Owings "Dock" HOGUE

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23 Sep 1909 - 15 Apr 1952

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

Family 1 : Ruth Regina Jane WEST
  1.  Gilbert West HOGUE
  2.  Kathryn Dinny HOGUE

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                                   _John Shannon HOGUE __________|
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 _Gilbert Hamilton HOGUE _________|
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[790] Out-Of-Print Books by Wilber Owings "Dock" Hogue
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Wilbur Owings HOGUE {US} (M: 1909 - 1952 Apr 13)
(ps: Dock HOGUE)
Bob Clifton, Elephant Hunter [f|1949]
Bob Clifton, Jungle Traveler [f|1950]
Bob Clifton, Congo Crusader [f|1951]
Bob Clifton, African Planter [f|1953]
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Wilburn O HOGUE {US?} (M: ? - ?)
(&ps: Carl SHANNON)
Lady That's My Skull [1947]
Fatal Footsteps [1948]
[Source #1]
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Wilbur Owings "Dock" HOGUE
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Obituary
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Tuesday 15 April 1952 [Boise, ID] Idaho Daily Statesman
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W.O. Hogue, Former Idaho Engineer, Dies
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    Wilbur O. (Dock) Hogue, 42, attache to the American ambassador to Beirut, Lebanon, and author of the well-know "Bob Clifton" stories for boys, died Saturday night in a Chicago hospital, relatives learned Monday.
    Mr. Hogue became seriously ill aboard ship in February, while returning to his post from a trip to the U.S. He was flown to Chicago for treatment after being a patient at a Beirut hospital for three weeks.
    He was born Sept. 23, 1909, at Kuna, and attended grade and high schools in Boise. He was graduated from the University of Idaho with a civil engineering degree and received a Master of Arts in English literature.
    Mr. Hogue engineered the building of the state highway from Galena summit to Salmon City from 1931 to 1936. From 1936 to 1941 he was [a] rubber plantation engineer for the Firstone company in Liberia, Africa for the U.S.
government from 1941 to 1945.
    He directed UNRA in Bavaria, Germany, from 1945 to 1947, and had been attache to the U.S. ambassador to Beirut since 1947.
    Mr. Hogue was author of many scientific articles and fiction stories in such magazine as Atlantic Monthly, Saga, Argosy and Adventure, and to various newspaper, as well as writing several mystery novels under his brother's name,
Carl Shannon.
    Mr. Hogue was a member of the Methodist church.
    He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Ruth West Hogue, formerly of Pocatello; a daughter, Kathryn Dinny Hogue of Beirut; a son, Gilbert West Hogue of Beirut; his father, Gilbert H. Hogue of Fresno, Cal.; one brother, Sannon Hogue of
Seattle, and a cousin, Mary Owings of Boise.
    Services will be arranged by McBratney-Alden chapel.
[Source #2]
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Source:
1. On-line Book Seller, UK
2. Tuesday 15 April 1952 [Boise, ID] Idaho Daily Statesman
[Provided by Ted Hogue, 1/2006]
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[789] [SOURCE] Son, Gilbert West Hogue;
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~laplante/WC01/WC01_068.HTM


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LaVada Olivia ROWE

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28 Apr 1886 - 08 Sep 1980

Father: George Washington ROWE
Mother: Mahala Catherine HOOD

Family 1 : William Henry MCALLISTER
  1.  Vada Pauline MCALLISTER
  2.  George William MCALLISTER
  3.  Mary Magdaline MCALLISTER
  4.  Alley Irene "PEGGY" MCALLISTER
  5.  Clara Josephen MCALLISTER
  6.  Wilson Henry MCALLISTER
  7.  Revas Jesse MCALLISTER
  8. +Chester O. MCALLISTER
  9.  Thomas Jefferson MCALLISTER
Family 2 : Charles HICKS

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[235] LaVada Olivia Rowe McALLISTER
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Newspaper article, Lewiston Idaho, Sunday May 10 1942
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    FIVE STARS adorn the service flag in the window of a humble home at Juliaetta, FIVE STARS, that signify the sacrifices of a mother who has five sons in the armed service of the United States.
    Five symbols that represent fighting men who once toddled around the knees of their mother and who now wear the uniforms of the Marines, the Coast Guard, the Cavalry and the Field Artillery scattered in unknown fields overseas.
    While a mother yearns for word from her fighting men, five sons would , if they could, remember her on this Mother's Day, with bowers of crimson carnations. Mrs. Vada O. Hicks, 56, whose jet black hair and roseate complexion
conceal the rigors through which a mother of five sons and three daughters has passed, yesterday tenderly displayed the photographs of her sons bravely outlined to the Tribune a significant fragmentary story of an American family.
    Vada Olevia Rowe was born at Hutton Valley, Missouri, April 8 1886, the daughter of Mr. and mrs. George W. Rowe. Her dad was a Civil War Veteran who served through 1862-1865 and passed away at the age of 93. In 1902 when she was
but 16 she was married to William Henry McAllister, a Spanish War Veteran who served three years as top Sergeant in the Philippines. He is now 76 and returned and resides at Lynn Haven, Fla. Mr. McAllister is 21 years older than Mrs. Hicks. On June 2,
nine years ago, following a divorce, she was married to Charles Hicks, Juliaetta cattle buyer. She has lived at Juliaetta 18 years, moving there from Centralia, Washington.
    "It may seem a might sacrifice to give all of my five boys to the armed service of the nation, but they're the kind of boys that keep the flag flying," said Mrs. Hicks. "Four of them were born in Missouri and Tom, the baby, was
born at Juliaetta. I have tried to bring them up as good Americans and I believe that I have succeeded. Our lives have not been blessed with luxuries and riches, but the companionship of my family has offset all that.
    "When the boys were young, it was difficult to keep things together back there in Missouri. I worked hard. I helped cut railroad ties from heavy Missouri oak, lifted heavy timbers and worked hard on the farm for those boys and
when they were old enough they helped me. Their father is a Spanish War Veteran and their grandfather fought in the Civil War, so I guess they come by their patriotism naturally. They're all gone now, all of my boys and girls, but I remember them when
I had them with me. We came west from Missouri in 1903 and the children are imbued with the freedom and liberty of the west.
    "My oldest boy, George William McAllister, 37, is in the marines. I have not seen George for four years and at that time it was 14 years since I saw him. He was for several years head mechanic in a large garage [Thrash Motors]
in Santa Cruz. His wife is an army nurse. He was born at Hutton Valley, Missouri. I don't know where George is now."
    "Wilson Henry McAllister, my second son, who is now 29, was born at Summersville, MO. He was in the Marine Corps four years and then enlisted in the Coast Guard. Preceding his military experience he was employed by the Santa Fe
railway at Fresno. I don't know where he is."
    "Jesse Revos McAllister, my third son, who is now 27, has been with the Marine Corps eight years and is now a top Sergeant. He was born at Summersville, MO. While at San Diego he was a sergeant in charge of training platoons and
up to last August had trained 92 platoons. He sailed from Australia March 9. His wife is a canteen worker at San Diego."
    "Chester Oliver McAllister, who was 21 on Feb 23, is in the cavalry at Fort Benjamin Harrison, Indiana. He enlisted two years ago and is now a Sergeant. He also was born at Summersville, MO.
    "Thomas Jefferson McAllister, my baby boy who is now 18, is in...."
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Source:
Newspaper article, Lewiston Idaho, Sunday May 10 1942
[From the World Connect site of Sharlee Birge MacNeil (UserID = :2599863)]
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[232] [SOURCE] World Connect Site; UserID=:2352440; mswinn@attbi.com;
Sharlee Winn, 13 Apr 2003

[233] [SOURCE] SSDI, SS# 518-60-7591, issued in ID

[234] [SOURCE] World Connect Site; UserID=:2599863; mswinn@comcast.net;
Sharlee Winn; 19 Nov 2003


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Sarah Elizabeth ROWE

29 Oct 1873 - 1962

Father: George Washington ROWE
Mother: Mahala Catherine HOOD


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Family 1 : Arthur HAUK
  1.  Helen HAUK
  2.  Leora HAUK

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