William Herzkey Tombow
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My Family Tree, by Patrick Tombeau, PhD White Feather
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201 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Cochran, Barbara (I02785)
 
202 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Walsh, Barbara (I05151)
 
203 Beatrice lived at 1430 Garden Ct., Erie, MI. Anderson, Beatrice (I02222)
 
204 Beaumont Diver lived in Deerfield, MI, in 1986. Diver, Beaumont (I01770)
 
205 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Fluck, Rebecca (Becky") Ann (I04602)
 
206 Benny LaPointe lived in Toledo, OH. LaPointe, Benny (I01978)
 
207 Berdine LaVoy (Gonzales) can be reached at:

310-714-5509
blavoy@sbcglobal.net
9906 Shoreham Drive #3
Los Angeles, CA 90069 
LaVoy, Berdine (I03523)
 
208 Bernadette Dusseau's sister, Rose Mary Dusseau Stepehens, states that when Bernadette moved to California, she contracted an illicit marriage in Mexico to a man already married and that the child of this union was adopted out. The marriage and birth occurred in 1964-65. Dusseau, Bernadette May (I00017)
 
209 Bernard Cherry lived in Dayton, OH. Cherry, Bernard E. (I02211)
 
210 Bernard Cherry lived in Toledo, OH. Cherry, Bernard (I01981)
 
211 Bernard G. LaVoy was a farmer. LaVoy, Bernard G. (I00826)
 
212 Bernard Gillenkirk was a paper maker. Gillenkirk, Bernard (Bernie) (I00770)
 
213 Bernard I Manore lived in Riga, MI. His phone area code + 856-2356. Manore, Bernard I. (I01968)
 
214 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Fey, Bernard Winthrop Jr. (I02065)
 
215 Bernetta LaVoy was married previously before she married Francis LeRoux. LaVoy, Bernetta (I00164)
 
216 Bernette Jarvis and husband Roy Palps resided at 7019 E. San Miguel, Paramount, CA in 1965, acording to her uncle Emmanuel R. Jarvis. They had no children. Jarvis, Bernette (I06938)
 
217 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Reau, Berniece (I02102)
 
218 Bernine Counter Dario died as the result of a stab wound to the heart when she surprised a burglar in her apartment. Her mother states this hasten the death of her father. He was bedridden at the time and went downhill rapidly thereafter. Mrs. Counter considered it the greatest tragedy in their lives. (Letter addressed to me, dated August 5, 1997.) Counter, Bernine E. (I03460)
 
219 Bertha Ann was adopted by her step father, Walter Hahn on May 8, 1939 and took his last name. Hahn, Bertha Anne Godmer (I09224)
 
220 Bertha Morlock Luzius LaVoy has written a famioy history on theMorlock Family. My copy is being turned over to the Monroe County Historicla Museum's Genealogical Library on Monroe St. Morlock, Bertha J. (I00938)
 
221 Bertha Perry LaVoy remarried to Philip Heilman. Perry, Bertha (I00687)
 
222 Betty Boudrie lived with her husband George Hupp in Toledo, OH in 1980. See her husbands entry for their tlephone number in 1980. Boudrie, Betty (I02172)
 
223 Betty LaVoy lived in Toledo, OH. LaVoy, Betty (I01133)
 
224 Betty Marie Lozo died at only a few months old. Nothing else known. Lozo, Betty Jane Marie (I07166)
 
225 Betty McKinley lived in Pottstown with her husband Mr. Winters in 1996. (see mother's obit) McKinley, Betty Jo (I02455)
 
226 Betty Spielman lived in DesPlaines, IL, under her maiden name, as of 2002 when her half sister Majorie Worton died according to the latter's Obit. Her sister Beverly J. Spielman Osiol also also lived in DesPlaines at that time. Spielman, Betty (I09887)
 
227 Beulah Leith Fluck married twice: to an Ahara and a Gilbert (last name). She is, however, found under the name of Bee Gilbert in the Social Security Death Records and as having died in Evanston, IL. Her birth and death dates in this record are the same as given to me by the Fluck family. A thorouch search for obits in Evanston, IL and Sterling papers have not revealed an obituary. Further reseach would reguire searching funeral parlors and cemeteries for her in Evanston, IL.

Mr. Gilbert's first name and other particulars are not known as of 2005.

In 1993 Beulah Leith Fluck Ahara Gilbert lived at Wilson-Sidwell, Apt. 110, Simpson St., Evanston, IL 60201.

She died several years ago over the age of 100 years.

Mr. Gilbert and Beulah had no children. 
Fluck, Beulah Leith ("Bee") (I04561)
 
228 Beulah Rebecca Reau was and IHM nun who taught in Catholic Schools. Her religious name was Sister Marie Benjamin. Reau, Beulah Rebecca (I02752)
 
229 Bill L. Coward and Linda Lauglin had no children. Lauglin, Linda (I04613)
 
230 Bill Schuetter has his mother's Willette genealogy on computer. He lives in Bridgeport, MI. his e-mail is wshu6257@aol.com Schuetter, William (I07250)
 
231 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Wright, Billie (I09563)
 
232 Birth and death dates are taken from the social security death index and are presumed hers as they were living in Jessup, PA, in 1980 on Constitution Ave. Sebastionelli, Marie (I05174)
 
233 Birth and death dates obtained from the socialsecurity death index. Boyer, Gladys Gertrude (I04798)
 
234 Birth and death dates supplied form the Social Secuity Death Index, Castiglione, Carmen (I02298)
 
235 Birth and death dates taken from the social security index and presumed hers. Maloney, Molly (I05017)
 
236 Birth and death dates were obtained from the Social Security Death Records. ?, Evelyn (I09886)
 
237 Birth and death dates/places for James Walton were found in the Social Secuirty Death Index Walton, James (I04577)
 
238 Birth date according to Tanguay in his Genealogical Dictionary. LeCroix\Lacroix, Agathe (I06409)
 
239 Birth place and date supplied by Tanguay's Genealogical Dictionary. Genealogy of French in North America states he was born in Neuville, Quebec, not Pointe-aux-Trembles, as in Tanguay. Boucher, Francois II (I10099)
 
240 Births of his children are found in Fr. Christian Dennissen's Genealogy of the French Families of the Detroit River Region, Vol. 2, pg 1204, John Baptiste Trombley entry.

The following is taken from the St. Charles, Newport, MI, Church History, published in 1930, and has a picture of John and his wife Mary.

"John Trombley was born in Montral, Canada in 1801, immigrated to this country with his two sons. The date of his arrival here is not definitely known, but was probably between 1830-1840. After clearing a place large enough for a log house, they settled on Swan Creek in Old Port. (A description of this log house has been given by his son Moses D. Trombley and memories of it were also given to Patrick L. Tombeau by Charles Jarvis, John's grandson through his daughter Mary.

(Later research by Lianna Trombley and other hands indivcates that J. B. Trombley's birthdate was born 23 February 1803 in St. Regis, Clinton County, NY. See below and in the Scrapbook Section of this entry.)

"John was married a second time, this time to a Mary Bomia (Baumier) of Detroit. Nine children of this union was born. (Actually there were ten children born of this union and two by his previous union). Only two children survived until this time (1930): Charles L. Trombley of St. Augustine, Fl. and Matilda Thompson of Monroe, MI.

"Mr. Trombley's name is prominently linked with the early history of the parish. He donated two acres of land for the site of the frame church in 1851 (2nd church). In the days before the rectory was built, the various pastors dwelt in the Trombley home. Mr. Trombley was a general caretaker and sexton for many years. His death occurred April 8th, 1877, and Mrs. Trombley died February 23rd, 1899. He taught catechism in the old church as did his son, Charles. The Trombleys were the type of pioneer s that made St. Charles possible."

According to a statment by his son Charles Louis Trombley in Talcott Wing's 1890 edition of the History of Monroe County, his father John Bapt. Trombley was born in Quebec (not Montreal, as in the1930 Church History of St. Charles), on Janaury 1, 1802. (See above and below for a different date for his birth supplied by Lianna Trombley's research.)

From a newspaper clipping held by Moses Trombley's daughter Minnie Trombley Mercure in the 1960's. It is titled and dated only: "Old Port Man Jan. 20". This article describes the log cabin in which Jean Baptiste Trombley and his wife Marie Baumier, Minnie Trombley Mercure's paternal grandparents, raised 12 children.

"One of the most interesting reports received in connection with the log cabin query was that of Mose Trombley of Oldport. Mr. Trombley was born in a log cabin at Oldport on October 31, 1843, and spent most of his life in that vicinity. He was born in the pioneer days when the country was still heavy timber and Indians were camping. Deer, wild turkeys, and sometimes wolves, were in the forests. The old log house had two rooms, one for a kitchen and general use and the other for a bedroom, and also an attic that was used a s a bedroom. A ladder was used to get to the attic. There was a big open fire place which was used for cooking and heating. The old cabin has since been replaced by a frame house and the old log stable has been replaced by a frame building.

"In those days there were no matches or oil lamps. Candles were used for light and if the fire went out it was necessary to fire from the neigbors. Matches and oil lamps came on the market in the ealy fifties (1850's) Matches were sold in square blocks, cut both ways, and containing fifty matches which sold for ten cents a block.

People spent evenings together playing cards, singing, dancing, and enjoying lunches together. In the summer time many hours were spent in clearing the land and then the brush was heaped up to make big bonfires.

Another grandchild, Charles Jarvis, describes a sleep over in his grandparents' log home above in the attic during the winter. It was so cold in the house, that he woke up and shook frozen snow off his blankets.

1880 Berlin Township Federal Census, entry 121-121:

Trombley, Mary, 62, born in Michigan, as were parents
Charles, 22, farmer and son
Jarvah, Susan, 14, granddaughter, born in Michigan as were parents (error: father Adolphus was born in Canada, St. Phillippe de la Pririe, near Montreal. See his entry for more.)

From St. Charles Ceemtery Records, copied by the DAR:

Trembley, Jon B., D. April 7, 1877, age 77 years
Trembley, Marie (Boismiea) d. February 23, 1899, 83 years old.

Charles Jarvis, son of Ralph Jarvis and grandson of John Baptiste and Mary Baumier Trombley made the following statements to Patrick L. Tombeau in the 1960's.

Charles stated he had twelve maternal aunts and uncles, for boys and four girls. Three died in infancy. John Baptiste Trombley had two sons by his first wife: John and Francis Xavier Trombley. John Trombley never married. Francis Xavier Trombley's granddaughter is Alice Trombley, 218 N.McComb, Monroe, MI.

Alice had two brothers: William and Laurence Trombley.

The rest of John Baptiste's children according to Charles Jarvis, were Moses D. Trombley, Mary Trombley Jarvis, Catherine, who died in infancy, Esther, Margaret, who married Adolph Jarvis, a brother of Ralph Jarvis, Charles's father; Elizabeth, Julia, Sister Judula of Notre Dame, IN. (See Julia Trombley's entry for further information); Matilda, married a Thompson; Charles Trombley, who in later years moved to St. Augustine, FL. Euphrasine Trombley. (CF. Above Fr. Christian Denissen's citation above for listing of these children.)

From the 1860 Census, dwelling 1580, p. 512, Ash Twp.:

John Trumley (Trombley), age 57,
Mary, 41
Margaret, 22
Mary, 20
Moses, 16
Hester, 14
Julia, 10
Elizabeth, 7
Matilda, t
Charles, 2

The research on the ancestry of Jean Baptiste Trombley will be found in his entry in the Scrapbook section. It is 52 pages long. It is the research of many hands but in its present form it is the work of Liana Trombley, whose husband is a descendant of Francis Xavier Trombley of Jean Baptiste Trombley's first marriage in Canada/Upper New York State to Angelique Leroux dit Cardinal. It corrects a long standing error of the first edition of Fr. Christian Dennisen's work on the French Canadian Families of the Detroit River Region. I have also included what is known of J.B.'s ancestry and its collateral/maternal branches as well in the Family Tree family group sheets section back to their origins in France. It whould be noted that the Trombley name represents the most frequent Franch Canadian family name in the New World.

As I now understand, the connection between the LeRoux family was made when one of the family returned to Canada and connections were continued between the Leroux who stayed in the US and the relative who went back. This will be found in the attached research. This issue is important because as of 2005 the actual marriage between J.B. Trombley and Angelique Leroux has not been found but probably took place near the border of New York and Quebec near or in St. Regis parish.

Lianna Marie Brunell Trombley may be reached (2005) at 1125 W. Sigler St., Carleton, Monroe Co., MI. 48117-9580, or at 734-654-4917 or 313 390-4917 or liannappc@yahoo.com.
 
Trombley, John Baptiste (I03746)
 
241 Blissfield—Martha LaVoy, age 87, of Blissfield, formerly of Deerfield Petersburg area, passed away February 21, 2012 at her home under the loving care of her family and Great Lakes Hospice.

She was born February 18, 1925, in Detroit, MI., the daughter of Florence M. (Ewers) and Warren Watson. Martha graduated from Petersburg High School in 1943.

On November 4, 1944, Martha married Donald LaVoy. They celebrated 48 years of marriage until his death in 1992.

Martha worked for the GM dealerships of Fedell Chevrolet, Petersburg and Lawrny Pontiac Oldsmobile in Milan, in the parts and service department, retiring in 1989. She was a member of St. Alphonsus’ Church (Light of Christ Catholic Church), where she was active in the Altar Rosary Society. She especially enjoyed time with her children, grandchildren and great grandchildren. In addition to her family, she also enjoyed playing cards, baking and watching her soaps.

Martha is survived by her children, Dennis (Mary) LaVoy of Arizona, Harold “Snakebite” LaVoy
of Curtice, Ohio and Rita Gust of Blissfield; seven grandchildren, Dennis (Judy) LaVoy, Jr., Michael LaVoy, Deneen (Chad) Austin, Martha (Rocky) Young, Wendy (John) Tomlinson, Jessica (Louis) Ramsey, Scott (Michelle) Gust; 12 great grandchildren and 4 great great grandchildren.

In addition to her husband, Donald, she was preceded in death by her parents, brothers, Robert and Jerry.

Mass of the Christian Burial will be on Saturday, February 25, 2012 at Light of Christ Catholic Church, (formerly St. Alphonsus’) in Deerfield, at 11:00 a.m. with Father Jack Loughran officiating. Burial will follow at Light of Christ Catholic Cemetery in Deerfield. Visitation will be held at Wagley Funeral Home, Tagsold Chapel, Blissfield, on Friday from 2 to 8 p.m., with a prayer vigil beginning at 7:30 p.m.

Source:
Toledo Blade
23 Feb. 2012 
Watson, Martha (I01758)
 
242 Blissfield—Martha LaVoy, age 87, of Blissfield, formerly of Deerfield Petersburg area, passed away February 21, 2012 at her home under the loving care of her family and Great Lakes Hospice.

She was born February 18, 1925, in Detroit, MI., the daughter of Florence M. (Ewers) and Warren Watson. Martha graduated from Petersburg High School in 1943.

On November 4, 1944, Martha married Donald LaVoy. They celebrated 48 years of marriage until his death in 1992.

Martha worked for the GM dealerships of Fedell Chevrolet, Petersburg and Lawrny Pontiac Oldsmobile in Milan, in the parts and service department, retiring in 1989. She was a member of St. Alphonsus’ Church (Light of Christ Catholic Church), where she was active in the Altar Rosary Society. She especially enjoyed time with her children, grandchildren and great grandchildren. In addition to her family, she also enjoyed playing cards, baking and watching her soaps.

Martha is survived by her children, Dennis (Mary) LaVoy of Arizona, Harold “Snakebite” LaVoy
of Curtice, Ohio and Rita Gust of Blissfield; seven grandchildren, Dennis (Judy) LaVoy, Jr., Michael LaVoy, Deneen (Chad) Austin, Martha (Rocky) Young, Wendy (John) Tomlinson, Jessica (Louis) Ramsey, Scott (Michelle) Gust; 12 great grandchildren and 4 great great grandchildren.

In addition to her husband, Donald, she was preceded in death by her parents, brothers, Robert and Jerry.

Mass of the Christian Burial will be on Saturday, February 25, 2012 at Light of Christ Catholic Church, (formerly St. Alphonsus’) in Deerfield, at 11:00 a.m. with Father Jack Loughran officiating. Burial will follow at Light of Christ Catholic Cemetery in Deerfield. Visitation will be held at Wagley Funeral Home, Tagsold Chapel, Blissfield, on Friday from 2 to 8 p.m., with a prayer vigil beginning at 7:30 p.m.
 
Family F0648
 
243 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. LaVoy, Bobbie (I01437)
 
244 Bonjour Patrick,

Jean-Baptiste BOIMIER was born and christened at Notre-Dame de Montréal Parish. The godparents were: Jean-Baptiste REGOT and Amable JANOT.

Amitiés,

Jean-Guy

 
Baumier\Boemier, Jean Baptiste (I03757)
 
245 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Skinner, Barbara ("Bonnie") (I07182)
 
246 Bonsoir......

Jon and I hope you are all doing well.

Good news! Today, I received three certified copies of Raphael's death certfiicate! Haven't received Mary's yet... As soon as Mary's arrives, I will send both certificates to you.

Cause of death: La Grippe (It is spelled that way!)

Contributory: Congestion of Lungs

Place of burial or removal: Rockwood, Michigan (NO CEMETERY LISTED We're still left wondering!!)

Date of burial: January 16, 1911

Funeral director: T.P. Sullivan


I looked up Sullivan funeral home and found this website:

http://obriensullivanfuneralhome.com/history.html


I just sent them an email to see if they have more detailed records on Raphael, and I will also call them later in the week.


So.......................the mystery continues. There is only one cemetery in Rockwood, to my knowledge: St. Mary's/Mt. Calvary!


Warm regards to you from Jon and me........ 
Jarvis, Ralph ("Raphael") James (I03221)
 
247 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Covert, Brandon (I04248)
 
248 Brenda Benore lived in Erie, MI. (1991) Benore, Brenda Ann (I02194)
 
249 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Morrison, Brett Alan called (I04369)
 
250 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. McCarty, Brian (I01647)
 

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