Rebecca Naudain Moor1

F, ID# 5001, b. 22 December 1854
  • Birth*: She was born on 22 December 1854.
  • Marriage*: She married Aaron S. Winner on 22 November 1876.
  • Last Edited: 9 Dec 1995

Citations

  1. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware (Geneva, Neb.: n.pub., 1941), p. 79. This material is a typescript of "notes" in Ms. Bennett's possession and apparently was originally written and compiled by James W. Lattomus. Copies are with the D.A.R. Library, Washington, D.C., and Roger Bartlett, Austin, Tex., and can be viewed at http://www.rabgenealogy.com/ui53.htm. The notes contain some inconsistencies, and page 45 was missing from the D.A.R. Library copy when it was copied.

Aaron S. Winner1

M, ID# 5002
  • Last Edited: 9 Dec 1995

Family: Rebecca Naudain Moor b. 22 Dec 1854

Citations

  1. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware (Geneva, Neb.: n.pub., 1941), p. 79. This material is a typescript of "notes" in Ms. Bennett's possession and apparently was originally written and compiled by James W. Lattomus. Copies are with the D.A.R. Library, Washington, D.C., and Roger Bartlett, Austin, Tex., and can be viewed at http://www.rabgenealogy.com/ui53.htm. The notes contain some inconsistencies, and page 45 was missing from the D.A.R. Library copy when it was copied.

Abraham Moor1

M, ID# 5003, b. 22 October 1858, d. 1915
  • Birth*: He was born on 22 October 1858.
  • Death*: He died in 1915.
  • Last Edited: 9 Dec 1995

Citations

  1. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware (Geneva, Neb.: n.pub., 1941), p. 79. This material is a typescript of "notes" in Ms. Bennett's possession and apparently was originally written and compiled by James W. Lattomus. Copies are with the D.A.R. Library, Washington, D.C., and Roger Bartlett, Austin, Tex., and can be viewed at http://www.rabgenealogy.com/ui53.htm. The notes contain some inconsistencies, and page 45 was missing from the D.A.R. Library copy when it was copied.

Winfield Scott Moor1

M, ID# 5004, b. 22 January 1861
  • Birth*: He was born on 22 January 1861.
  • Marriage*: He married Violetta May Craig on 17 August 1887.
  • Last Edited: 9 Dec 1995

Citations

  1. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware (Geneva, Neb.: n.pub., 1941), p. 79. This material is a typescript of "notes" in Ms. Bennett's possession and apparently was originally written and compiled by James W. Lattomus. Copies are with the D.A.R. Library, Washington, D.C., and Roger Bartlett, Austin, Tex., and can be viewed at http://www.rabgenealogy.com/ui53.htm. The notes contain some inconsistencies, and page 45 was missing from the D.A.R. Library copy when it was copied.

Violetta May Craig1

F, ID# 5005
  • Last Edited: 9 Dec 1995

Family: Winfield Scott Moor b. 22 Jan 1861

Citations

  1. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware (Geneva, Neb.: n.pub., 1941), p. 79. This material is a typescript of "notes" in Ms. Bennett's possession and apparently was originally written and compiled by James W. Lattomus. Copies are with the D.A.R. Library, Washington, D.C., and Roger Bartlett, Austin, Tex., and can be viewed at http://www.rabgenealogy.com/ui53.htm. The notes contain some inconsistencies, and page 45 was missing from the D.A.R. Library copy when it was copied.

Katherine ('Katie') Naudain

F, ID# 5006, b. 11 May 1863, d. 24 October 1886
  • Other Names*: Katie Naudain.
  • Obituary*: "NAUDAIN—On the 24th instant, Katie, daughter of the late James M. and Esther V. Naudain, in the 24th year of her age. Funeral services on Tuesday at 11 o’clock, at her uncle’s residence, 2103 Brandywine street."3

Additional Resources

• Her Find A Grave memorial is here.
  • Last Edited: 8 Aug 2016

Citations

  1. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware (Geneva, Neb.: n.pub., 1941), p.79 (giving the date but not the place). This material is a typescript of "notes" in Ms. Bennett's possession and apparently was originally written and compiled by James W. Lattomus. Copies are with the D.A.R. Library, Washington, D.C., and Roger Bartlett, Austin, Tex., and can be viewed at http://www.rabgenealogy.com/ui53.htm. The notes contain some inconsistencies, and page 45 was missing from the D.A.R. Library copy when it was copied.
  2. [S961] Find A Grave, online at http://www.findagrave.com, memorial for Katie Naudain, memorial no. 128883561, viewed on 8 Aug 2016.
  3. [S1359] The Times, Philadelphia, Pa., online at http://www.newspapers.com, 27 Oct 1886, p. 3, col. 2.

Clara Virginia Naudain1

F, ID# 5007, b. 17 March 1868, d. 22 June 1926
  • Other Names*: Clara Virginia Naudain Todd, Clara Naudain Todd, Clara Virginia Todd, Clara Todd

    Clara Virginia Naudain Todd Pattison, Clara Naudain Todd Pattison, Clara Virginia Todd Pattison, Clara Todd Pattison, Clara Pattison, Clara Virginia Pattison.
  • Scrapbook*: “James N. Todd, Esq., who has practiced law in this and adjoining counties for the past ten years, and Miss Clara V. Naudain, formerly of this county, will be married at the residence of Miss Naudain’s brother-in-law, Corbet E. Naudain, Esq., in Lansdowne, Pa., on Wednesday, February 7th.”.9
  • Note*: After her parents' deaths when she was young, she lived with her aunt, Catherine Hardcastle, at Castle Hall in Caroline County, Maryland. She lived with her first husband, James N. Todd, in Denton County, Maryland and with her second husband, Frank L. Pattison, in Buffalo, New York.10
  • Last Edited: 20 Jul 2018

Family 1: James Nathan Todd b. 5 Oct 1861, d. 1 May 1898

Citations

  1. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware (Geneva, Neb.: n.pub., 1941), pp. 79. This material is a typescript of "notes" in Ms. Bennett's possession and apparently was originally written and compiled by James W. Lattomus. Copies are with the D.A.R. Library, Washington, D.C., and Roger Bartlett, Austin, Tex., and can be viewed at http://www.rabgenealogy.com/ui53.htm. The notes contain some inconsistencies, and page 45 was missing from the D.A.R. Library copy when it was copied.
  2. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware, above, pp. 96 (naming James M. Naudain as her father), 97 (naming James Meillechamp Naudain as her father).
  3. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware, above, p. 97 (naming Esther Magee as her mother).
  4. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware, above, p. 96 (giving the date but not the place).
  5. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware, above, p. 96.
  6. [S1350] Denton Journal, Denton, Md., online at http://www.newspapers.com, 7 May 1898, p. 3, col. 2 (obituary of James N. Todd) (not giving the date).
  7. [S1359] The Times, Philadelphia, Pa., online at http://www.newspapers.com, 13 Feb 1894, p. 5, col. 3.
  8. [S1350] Denton Journal, Denton, Md., above, 10 Jul 1926, p. 5, col. 1 (obituary of Clara Virginia Pattison).
  9. [S1350] Denton Journal, Denton, Md., above, 27 Jan 1894, p. 3, col. 8.
  10. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware, above, p. 97.
  11. [S1405] J. R. Witcraft, comp., Todds of the Eastern Shore Maryland (Philadelphia, Pa.: Dispatch Publishing House, 1912), online at http://www.familysearch.org, p. 20 (naming Clara Naudain as his mother).
  12. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware, above, p. 96 (naming Clara Naudain as his mother).
  13. [S1405] Todds of the Eastern Shore Maryland, above, p. 20 (giving his name as James Naudain Todd, Jr. and naming Clara Naudain as his mother).

James Nathan Todd1

M, ID# 5008, b. 5 October 1861, d. 1 May 1898
  • Other Names*: James Todd.
  • Scrapbook*: “James N. Todd, Esq., who has practiced law in this and adjoining counties for the past ten years, and Miss Clara V. Naudain, formerly of this county, will be married at the residence of Miss Naudain’s brother-in-law, Corbet E. Naudain, Esq., in Lansdowne, Pa., on Wednesday, February 7th.”.9
  • Obituary*: "AFTER MORE THAN A YEAR’S ILLNESS,
       "James N. Todd Dies at the Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore
       "A telegram on Sunday last announced the death of James Nathan Todd, a prominent member of the Caroline bar, at the Johns Hopkins Hospital, in Baltimore. A little over a year ago he was taken ill. His affliction, which was of the stomach, caused indigestion in its worst form, and he suffered much pain. A visit to the hospital during the latter part of April, ’97, afforded only temporary relief, and all the spring and summer he continued to grow weaker. An operation being necessary he returned to the hospital, where an eminent specialist treated him. Twice the surgeon’s knife had to be used, and from the last operation the patient derived much benefit. He returned to Denton in November, and he and his friends had strong hope that he would soon be himself again. Some weeks ago, however, the manifestations of the old disease were noticed, and Mr. Todd was again compelled to keep his room. He was again taken to the hospital, but grew rapidly worse. His condition was so weak that it was deemed inadvisable to subject him to another operation, and death came as a benison [sic] after so much suffering.
       "The deceased was the second son of the Rev. Robert W. Todd, a Methodist Episcopal minister, and a former citizen of this county. He was born near Denton on October 5th, 1861. He attended the Seminary at Felton and the Academy at Dover, and subsequently taught school in Delaware. At the April term of court, 1883, he was admitted to the Caroline bar, and has since practiced in this and other courts. He was regarded as a careful and able attorney, and had an extensive practice. He was a commissioner in chancery in this court for several year. In politics Mr. Todd was a Republican, and in 1887 was a candidate for State’s Attorney. He was defeated by Henry R. Lewis, Esq., the Democratic nominee. In August, 1885, Mr. Todd leased the American Union from the late John H. Emerson, and conducted the newspaper business for several months, being succeeded by Messrs. F. C. & H. E. Ramsdell
       "Mr. Todd was twice married, his first wife being Miss Ella Jump, a daughter of Register of Wills Robert J. Jump, and his widow was Miss Clara Naudain, of Philadelphia, and a grand-niece of United States Senator Naudain, of Delaware. Dr. Alexander Hardcastle, of this place, is an uncle. James N. Todd, Jr., aged three-and-a-half years, is the only surviving child of the deceased, two others being dead. Prof. John R. Todd, of Washington; Robert M. and George W. Todd, of New York, are brothers of the deceased, and his sisters are Mrs. W. J. Davis, of Federalsburg; Misses Grace, Mary and Alice Todd.
       "The remains were brought to Denton on Monday. Funeral services were held at the late residence of the deceased on Tuesday morning, Rev. Z. H. Webster officiating. The active pall-bearers were Messrs. G. M. Russum, M. B. Stephens, W. D. Taylor, T. Pliny Fisher, W. F. Pennington, and Walter Sparklin, the members of the bar being the honorary pall-bearers."10
  • Note*: • He was from Denton, Maryland, where he and Clara resided when he died.
    • A newspaper obituary says he was born on 5 Oct 1861, but his Find A Grave memorial (and his tombstone pictured thereon) say 15 Oct 1861.)11,12,13

Additional Resources

• His Find A Grave memorial, which includes a picture of his tombstone, is here.
  • Last Edited: 24 Jan 2018

Family: Clara Virginia Naudain b. 17 Mar 1868, d. 22 Jun 1926

Citations

  1. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware (Geneva, Neb.: n.pub., 1941), pp. 79. This material is a typescript of "notes" in Ms. Bennett's possession and apparently was originally written and compiled by James W. Lattomus. Copies are with the D.A.R. Library, Washington, D.C., and Roger Bartlett, Austin, Tex., and can be viewed at http://www.rabgenealogy.com/ui53.htm. The notes contain some inconsistencies, and page 45 was missing from the D.A.R. Library copy when it was copied.
  2. [S1350] Denton Journal, Denton, Md., online at http://www.newspapers.com, 7 May 1898, p. 3, col. 2 (obituary of James N. Todd).
  3. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware, above, p. 96.
  4. [S1350] Denton Journal, Denton, Md., above, 7 May 1898, p. 3, col. 2 (obituary of James N. Todd) (not giving the date).
  5. [S1359] The Times, Philadelphia, Pa., online at http://www.newspapers.com, 13 Feb 1894, p. 5, col. 3.
  6. [S961] Find A Grave, online at http://www.findagrave.com, memorial for James Nathan Todd, memorial no. 46916410, viewed on 6 Aug 2016 (giving the date but not the place).
  7. [S961] Find A Grave, online, above, memorial for James Nathan Todd, memorial no. 46916410, viewed on 6 Aug 2016 (giving the place but not the date).
  8. [S1350] Denton Journal, Denton, Md., above, 7 May 1898, p. 3, col. 2 (obituary of James N. Todd) (giving the date but not the place).
  9. [S1350] Denton Journal, Denton, Md., above, 27 Jan 1894, p. 3, col. 8.
  10. [S1350] Denton Journal, Denton, Md., above, 7 May 1898, p. 3, col. 2.
  11. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware, above, p. 97 (first bullet).
  12. [S1350] Denton Journal, Denton, Md., above, 7 May 1898, p. 3, col. 2 (obituary of James N. Todd) (stating that he was born on 5 Oct 1861) (second bullet).
  13. [S961] Find A Grave, online, above, memorial for James Nathan Todd, memorial no. 46916410, viewed on 6 Aug 2016 (stating that he was born on 15 Oct 1861) (second bullet).
  14. [S1405] J. R. Witcraft, comp., Todds of the Eastern Shore Maryland (Philadelphia, Pa.: Dispatch Publishing House, 1912), online at http://www.familysearch.org, p. 20 (naming James Nathan Todd as his father).
  15. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware, above, p. 96 (naming James M. Todd as his father).
  16. [S1405] Todds of the Eastern Shore Maryland, above, p. 20 (giving his name as James Naudain Todd, Jr. and naming James Nathan Todd as his father).

Frank L. Pattison1

M, ID# 5009
  • Note*: They lived in Buffalo, New York. He was described as "a Scotch-Canadian of the old school."3
  • Last Edited: 18 Aug 2007

Family: Clara Virginia Naudain b. 17 Mar 1868, d. 22 Jun 1926

Citations

  1. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware (Geneva, Neb.: n.pub., 1941), pp. 79, 96-97. This material is a typescript of "notes" in Ms. Bennett's possession and apparently was originally written and compiled by James W. Lattomus. Copies are with the D.A.R. Library, Washington, D.C., and Roger Bartlett, Austin, Tex., and can be viewed at http://www.rabgenealogy.com/ui53.htm. The notes contain some inconsistencies, and page 45 was missing from the D.A.R. Library copy when it was copied.
  2. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware, above, p. 96.
  3. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware, above, p. 97.

Carolyn Virginia Naudain1

F, ID# 5010, b. 1 December 1868
  • Birth*: She was born on 1 December 1868.
  • Marriage*: She married Alfred Eyer O'Brien on 3 June 1889.
  • Note*: She lived in Brooklyn, New York and had no children.
  • Last Edited: 9 Dec 1995

Family: Alfred Eyer O'Brien d. 4 Jan 1894

Citations

  1. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware (Geneva, Neb.: n.pub., 1941), pp. 79-80. This material is a typescript of "notes" in Ms. Bennett's possession and apparently was originally written and compiled by James W. Lattomus. Copies are with the D.A.R. Library, Washington, D.C., and Roger Bartlett, Austin, Tex., and can be viewed at http://www.rabgenealogy.com/ui53.htm. The notes contain some inconsistencies, and page 45 was missing from the D.A.R. Library copy when it was copied.

Alfred Eyer O'Brien1

M, ID# 5011, d. 4 January 1894
  • Last Edited: 9 Dec 1995

Family: Carolyn Virginia Naudain b. 1 Dec 1868

Citations

  1. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware (Geneva, Neb.: n.pub., 1941), pp. 79-80. This material is a typescript of "notes" in Ms. Bennett's possession and apparently was originally written and compiled by James W. Lattomus. Copies are with the D.A.R. Library, Washington, D.C., and Roger Bartlett, Austin, Tex., and can be viewed at http://www.rabgenealogy.com/ui53.htm. The notes contain some inconsistencies, and page 45 was missing from the D.A.R. Library copy when it was copied.

_____ Chesebro1

M, ID# 5012
  • Last Edited: 9 Dec 1995

Family: Carolyn Virginia Ten Eyck d. 28 Nov 1917

Citations

  1. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware (Geneva, Neb.: n.pub., 1941), pp. 60, 79. This material is a typescript of "notes" in Ms. Bennett's possession and apparently was originally written and compiled by James W. Lattomus. Copies are with the D.A.R. Library, Washington, D.C., and Roger Bartlett, Austin, Tex., and can be viewed at http://www.rabgenealogy.com/ui53.htm. The notes contain some inconsistencies, and page 45 was missing from the D.A.R. Library copy when it was copied.

Samuel Ten Eyck1

M, ID# 5013
  • Last Edited: 9 Dec 1995

Family:

Citations

  1. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware (Geneva, Neb.: n.pub., 1941), p. 79. This material is a typescript of "notes" in Ms. Bennett's possession and apparently was originally written and compiled by James W. Lattomus. Copies are with the D.A.R. Library, Washington, D.C., and Roger Bartlett, Austin, Tex., and can be viewed at http://www.rabgenealogy.com/ui53.htm. The notes contain some inconsistencies, and page 45 was missing from the D.A.R. Library copy when it was copied.

Alexander Hardcastle1

M, ID# 5015, b. 27 January 1862, d. 8 July 1940
  • Note*: He practiced law in Baltimore, Maryland for at least thirty years beginning in 1895. They had no children.
  • Last Edited: 6 Jul 2018

Family: Clara Downes

Citations

  1. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware (Geneva, Neb.: n.pub., 1941), p. 80. This material is a typescript of "notes" in Ms. Bennett's possession and apparently was originally written and compiled by James W. Lattomus. Copies are with the D.A.R. Library, Washington, D.C., and Roger Bartlett, Austin, Tex., and can be viewed at http://www.rabgenealogy.com/ui53.htm. The notes contain some inconsistencies, and page 45 was missing from the D.A.R. Library copy when it was copied.
  2. [S1365] The Sun, Baltimore, Md., online at http://www.newspapers.com, 10 Jul 1940, p. 19, col. 1 (obituary of Alexander Hardcastle) (naming "Dr. Alexander" as his father).
  3. [S1365] The Sun, Baltimore, Md., above, 10 Jul 1940, p. 19, col. 1 (obituary of Alexander Hardcastle) (naming Catherine Naudain Hardcastle as his mother).
  4. [S1365] The Sun, Baltimore, Md., above, 10 Jul 1940, p. 19, col. 1 (obituary of Alexander Hardcastle).

Clara Downes1

F, ID# 5016
  • Note*: She was from Denton, Maryland.
  • Last Edited: 9 Dec 1995

Family: Alexander Hardcastle b. 27 Jan 1862, d. 8 Jul 1940

Citations

  1. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware (Geneva, Neb.: n.pub., 1941), p. 80. This material is a typescript of "notes" in Ms. Bennett's possession and apparently was originally written and compiled by James W. Lattomus. Copies are with the D.A.R. Library, Washington, D.C., and Roger Bartlett, Austin, Tex., and can be viewed at http://www.rabgenealogy.com/ui53.htm. The notes contain some inconsistencies, and page 45 was missing from the D.A.R. Library copy when it was copied.

Elias Naudain Simons1

M, ID# 5017, b. 9 August 1871, d. 18 September 1954
  • Note*: • He was a shoe manufacturer and treasurer of the Smaltz Goodwin Co. of Philadelphia. He lived in Germantown, Pennsylvania and was an elder in the Presbyterian Church.
    • He retired in March 1954 after more than sixty years in the shoe and leather industry.
    • A family history says he was born on 9 Sep 1871, while his Find A Grave memorial says 9 Aug 1871.8,9,10,11

Additional Resources

• His Find A Grave memorial is here.
  • Last Edited: 21 Jul 2018

Citations

  1. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware (Geneva, Neb.: n.pub., 1941), pp. 80-81. This material is a typescript of "notes" in Ms. Bennett's possession and apparently was originally written and compiled by James W. Lattomus. Copies are with the D.A.R. Library, Washington, D.C., and Roger Bartlett, Austin, Tex., and can be viewed at http://www.rabgenealogy.com/ui53.htm. The notes contain some inconsistencies, and page 45 was missing from the D.A.R. Library copy when it was copied.
  2. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware, above, pp. 80-81 (naming M. Laird Simons as his father).
  3. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware, above, pp. 80-81 (naming Margaret Naudain as his mother).
  4. [S961] Find A Grave, online at http://www.findagrave.com, memorial for Elias Naudain Simons, memorial no. 91219090, viewed on 21 Jul 2018.
  5. [S1367] The Philadelphia Inquirer, Philadelphia, Pa., online at http://www.newspapers.com, 20 Sep 1954, p. 11, col. 2 (obituary for E. Naudain Simons).
  6. [S961] Find A Grave, online, above, memorial for Elias Naudain Simons, memorial no. 91219090, viewed on 21 Jul 2018 (giving the date and place but not mentioning that he died at home).
  7. [S961] Find A Grave, online, above, memorial for Elias Naudain Simons, memorial no. 91219090, viewed on 21 Jul 2018 (not giving the date).
  8. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware, above, pp. 80-81 (first bullet).
  9. [S1367] The Philadelphia Inquirer, Philadelphia, Pa., online at http://www.newspapers.com, 20 Sep 1954, p. 11, col. 2 (obituary for E. Naudain Simons) (second bullet).
  10. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware, above, p. 80 (third bullet).
  11. [S961] Find A Grave, online, above, memorial for Elias Naudain Simons, memorial no. 91219090, viewed on 21 Jul 2018 (third bullet).

Elizabeth Mulford Simons1

F, ID# 5018
  • Last Edited: 6 Jul 2018

Family: Elias Naudain Simons b. 9 Aug 1871, d. 18 Sep 1954

Citations

  1. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware (Geneva, Neb.: n.pub., 1941), pp. 80-81. This material is a typescript of "notes" in Ms. Bennett's possession and apparently was originally written and compiled by James W. Lattomus. Copies are with the D.A.R. Library, Washington, D.C., and Roger Bartlett, Austin, Tex., and can be viewed at http://www.rabgenealogy.com/ui53.htm. The notes contain some inconsistencies, and page 45 was missing from the D.A.R. Library copy when it was copied.

Laird Hardcastle Simons1

M, ID# 5019, b. 25 February 1873
  • Birth*: He was born on 25 February 1873.
  • Marriage*: He married Alice Putnam in November 1904.
  • Note*: He was a leather manufacturer, president of Wm. Amer Co. of Philadelphia, and an elder in the Presbyterian Church.
  • Last Edited: 6 Apr 1998

Family: Alice Putnam

Citations

  1. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware (Geneva, Neb.: n.pub., 1941), pp. 80-81. This material is a typescript of "notes" in Ms. Bennett's possession and apparently was originally written and compiled by James W. Lattomus. Copies are with the D.A.R. Library, Washington, D.C., and Roger Bartlett, Austin, Tex., and can be viewed at http://www.rabgenealogy.com/ui53.htm. The notes contain some inconsistencies, and page 45 was missing from the D.A.R. Library copy when it was copied.

Alice Putnam1

F, ID# 5020
  • Last Edited: 9 Dec 1995

Family: Laird Hardcastle Simons b. 25 Feb 1873

Citations

  1. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware (Geneva, Neb.: n.pub., 1941), p. 80. This material is a typescript of "notes" in Ms. Bennett's possession and apparently was originally written and compiled by James W. Lattomus. Copies are with the D.A.R. Library, Washington, D.C., and Roger Bartlett, Austin, Tex., and can be viewed at http://www.rabgenealogy.com/ui53.htm. The notes contain some inconsistencies, and page 45 was missing from the D.A.R. Library copy when it was copied.

Herbert Simons1

M, ID# 5022, b. 2 February 1878
  • Birth*: He was born on 2 February 1878.
  • Note*: He was an attorney in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
  • Last Edited: 6 Apr 1998

Citations

  1. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware (Geneva, Neb.: n.pub., 1941), pp. 80-81. This material is a typescript of "notes" in Ms. Bennett's possession and apparently was originally written and compiled by James W. Lattomus. Copies are with the D.A.R. Library, Washington, D.C., and Roger Bartlett, Austin, Tex., and can be viewed at http://www.rabgenealogy.com/ui53.htm. The notes contain some inconsistencies, and page 45 was missing from the D.A.R. Library copy when it was copied.

William Corbit Eliason Swearingen1

M, ID# 5034, b. 29 September 1851, d. 30 June 1897
  • Birth*: He was born on 29 September 1851.
  • Death*: He died on 30 June 1897 at age 45.
  • Last Edited: 9 Dec 1995

Citations

  1. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware (Geneva, Neb.: n.pub., 1941), p. 81. This material is a typescript of "notes" in Ms. Bennett's possession and apparently was originally written and compiled by James W. Lattomus. Copies are with the D.A.R. Library, Washington, D.C., and Roger Bartlett, Austin, Tex., and can be viewed at http://www.rabgenealogy.com/ui53.htm. The notes contain some inconsistencies, and page 45 was missing from the D.A.R. Library copy when it was copied.

Albert Naudain Swearingen1

M, ID# 5035, b. 18 November 1856
  • Note*: He lived in Bethany, Butler County, Ohio, and had ten children.
  • Last Edited: 9 Dec 1995

Citations

  1. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware (Geneva, Neb.: n.pub., 1941), p. 81. This material is a typescript of "notes" in Ms. Bennett's possession and apparently was originally written and compiled by James W. Lattomus. Copies are with the D.A.R. Library, Washington, D.C., and Roger Bartlett, Austin, Tex., and can be viewed at http://www.rabgenealogy.com/ui53.htm. The notes contain some inconsistencies, and page 45 was missing from the D.A.R. Library copy when it was copied.

Elizabeth Woodruff

F, ID# 5036
  • Last Edited: 9 Dec 1995

Family: Albert Naudain Swearingen b. 18 Nov 1856

Rosa Bell Gorsuch1

F, ID# 5037
  • Last Edited: 9 Dec 1995

Family: Albert Naudain Swearingen b. 18 Nov 1856

Citations

  1. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware (Geneva, Neb.: n.pub., 1941), p. 81. This material is a typescript of "notes" in Ms. Bennett's possession and apparently was originally written and compiled by James W. Lattomus. Copies are with the D.A.R. Library, Washington, D.C., and Roger Bartlett, Austin, Tex., and can be viewed at http://www.rabgenealogy.com/ui53.htm. The notes contain some inconsistencies, and page 45 was missing from the D.A.R. Library copy when it was copied.

Margaret J. McReynolds

F, ID# 5038, b. 1841, d. 9 March 1894
  • Obituary*: "A. H. and Will Naudain were called to Monroe, Jasper county, Saturday by telegram to attend the funeral of their step-mother. Mrs. Naudain had been an invalid for seven years beginning with a paralytic stroke. She was 54 years of age and leaves the three boys who reside here. A. H. Naudain returned yesterday but Will stays with his father who is unwell, but who will recover. The boys all went home last fall to see their parents. Mrs. Naudain was an excellent woman and her death is mourned in the community where she lived."6

Additional Resources

• Her Find A Grave memorial, which includes an obituary and a picture of her tombstone, is here.
  • Last Edited: 7 Aug 2016

Family: Robert Morris Naudain b. 22 Nov 1835, d. 11 Aug 1918

Citations

  1. [S961] Find A Grave, online at http://www.findagrave.com, memorial for Margaret J. Naudain, memorial no. 153109096, viewed on 7 Aug 2016.
  2. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware (Geneva, Neb.: n.pub., 1941), p. 81. This material is a typescript of "notes" in Ms. Bennett's possession and apparently was originally written and compiled by James W. Lattomus. Copies are with the D.A.R. Library, Washington, D.C., and Roger Bartlett, Austin, Tex., and can be viewed at http://www.rabgenealogy.com/ui53.htm. The notes contain some inconsistencies, and page 45 was missing from the D.A.R. Library copy when it was copied.
  3. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware, above, p. 81 (giving the date but not the place).
  4. [S1338] The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, online at http://www.newspapers.com, 14 Mar 1894, p. 4, col. 2 (obituary of Margaret Naudain).
  5. [S961] Find A Grave, online, above, memorial for Margaret J. Naudain, memorial no. 153109096, viewed on 7 Aug 2016 (giving the date but not the place) (stating that she died of consumption at 8:00 p.m.).
  6. [S1338] The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, above, 14 Mar 1894, p. 4, col. 2.

Alfred Howard ('Alf') Naudain1

M, ID# 5039, b. 11 December 1856, d. 3 May 1917
  • Other Names*: Alfred Naudain, A. H. Naudain, Alf Naudain.
  • Scrapbook*: "The firm of Naudain Bros. is dissolved, Will taking the dray business and A. H. the coal. The boys have been together 14 years, since they bought out Andy Shipman, and have been very popular with their patrons. They thought they could divide labor better by dividing the business, and so have separated."7
  • Obituary*: "A. H. Naudain, formerly in business at Milford, died at Sioux Falls, South Dakota, last Thursday."6
  • Last Edited: 7 Aug 2016

Family: Mary E. Stevenson

Citations

  1. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware (Geneva, Neb.: n.pub., 1941), p. 81. This material is a typescript of "notes" in Ms. Bennett's possession and apparently was originally written and compiled by James W. Lattomus. Copies are with the D.A.R. Library, Washington, D.C., and Roger Bartlett, Austin, Tex., and can be viewed at http://www.rabgenealogy.com/ui53.htm. The notes contain some inconsistencies, and page 45 was missing from the D.A.R. Library copy when it was copied.
  2. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware, above, p. 97 (naming Robert M. Naudain as his father).
  3. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware, above, p. 97.
  4. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware, above, p. 97 (misstating the year as 1868).
  5. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware, above, p. 97 (giving the date but not the place).
  6. [S1356] The Lake Park News, Lake Park, Iowa, online at http://www.newspapers.com, 10 May 1917, p. 1, col. 1.
  7. [S1338] The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, online at http://www.newspapers.com, 7 Aug 1895, p. 8, col. 3.
  8. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware, above, p. 97 (naming Alfred Howard Naudain as her father).
  9. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware, above, p. 97 (naming Alfred Howard Naudain as his father).

Mary E. Stevenson1

F, ID# 5040
  • Last Edited: 18 Aug 2007

Family: Alfred Howard ('Alf') Naudain b. 11 Dec 1856, d. 3 May 1917

Citations

  1. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware (Geneva, Neb.: n.pub., 1941), p. 81. This material is a typescript of "notes" in Ms. Bennett's possession and apparently was originally written and compiled by James W. Lattomus. Copies are with the D.A.R. Library, Washington, D.C., and Roger Bartlett, Austin, Tex., and can be viewed at http://www.rabgenealogy.com/ui53.htm. The notes contain some inconsistencies, and page 45 was missing from the D.A.R. Library copy when it was copied.
  2. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware, above, p. 97 (misstating the year as 1868).
  3. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware, above, p. 97 (naming Mary E. Stevenson as her mother).
  4. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware, above, p. 97 (naming Mary E. Stevenson as his mother).

William Eliason Naudain1

M, ID# 5041, b. 26 January 1860, d. 20 December 1939
  • Other Names*: William Naudain.
  • Scrapbook*: • "W. E. Naudain is building a big addition to his house. It will be about 30x40 and 18 feet high."
    • "The firm of Naudain Bros. is dissolved, Will taking the dray business and A. H. the coal. The boys have been together 14 years, since they bought out Andy Shipman, and have been very popular with their patrons. They thought they could divide labor better by dividing the business, and so have separated."12,13
  • Scrapbook*: • "2 COUPLES PLAN ANNIVERSARIES
       "53rd Year of Weddings Will Be Observed Christmas at Algona
       "ALGONA, Dec. 22 [1934].—Two of Algona's pioneer families will celebrate their fifty-third wedding anniversary Christmas day. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Winkle were married at the Lones Lessing home on Christmas day in 1881, by the pastor of the Baptist church. Mrs. Winkle was Ida Potter before her marriage. They have one son, Clair Winkle, who lives six miles north of Algona. Mrs. Winkle is 76 years old and Mr. Winkle is 80 years old.
       "Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Naudain were married on the same day at the bride’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Foster, who lived in the north part of the city, by the Rev. Mr. Good, pastor of the Free Methodist church. To this union four children were born, three are living.
       "Mr. and Mrs. Foster had lived on a farm northwest of Algona and while there Mrs. Winkle, who was then Miss Potter, taught the school. It was here that the girls became friends. Mr. Naudain and Mr. Winkle were not acquainted as were the girls, so neither of the girls told the other of their approaching marriage, expecting to give them a surprise later.
       "As Christmas in 1881 fell on Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Naudain planned to have their pictures taken on the following day. They went to Joe Nicoulin, who had the only ‘picture gallery’ in town. As they entered, they were surprised to see Mr. and Mrs. Winkle seated in the gallery ready to have their pictures taken. They then realized what had happened and since that day both families have been very close friends.
       "Both families have lived in Kossuth county since their marriage.
       "Mr. and Mrs. Winkle are celebrating the occasion with a Christmas dinner, their son and family as their guests.
       "Mrs. Naudain, however is not enjoying the best of health this winter."14
  • Obituary*: "W. E. NAUDAIN PASSED AWAY EARLY WEDNESDAY,
       "Funeral for Business Man Since 1880 to be Held on Friday at Methodist Church
       "William Eliason Naudain, 79 years and 11 months old, and a resident of Algona since 1880, died a few minutes past midnight, early Wednesday morning, after an illness of several weeks.
       "Mr. Naudain was born Jan. 26, 1860, at Monroe, Iowa, the son of Robert M. Naudain and Malinda Acklin Naudain. Until a young man of 16, Mr. Naudain lived at Monroe, and in 1880 he came to Algona. Here he met and married, on Dec. 25, 1881, Ella A. Foster, who survives him, and the family has lived here ever since.
       "Four sons were born to the couple, Earl Robert Naudain of Glendale, Calif., Vivian Ray Naudain, deceased, Vallo V. Naudain of Algona, and Glenn G. Naudain of Rock Hill, South Carolina. Earl arrived a week ago to be with his parents, and Dr. Glenn Naudain will arrive Friday morning.
       "During his business career in Algona, Mr. Naudain engaged in the dray business and the coal business, and the business is at present being operated by his son, Vallo.
       "Funeral services will be held Friday afternoon at two o’clock, Dec. 22, at the Methodist church, with Rev. F. Earl Burgess officiating. Burial will be in Riverview cemetery.
       "Pallbearers will be Wes Dutton, E. R. Rising, Harold Gilmore, Ed Hough, Henry Becker and Lynn Keith."15
  • Note*: He was the twin of his brother Homer. After a boyhood spent mostly on the farm, at age 22 he moved to Algona, Iowa, operated a coal and transfer business there for thirty-five years, moved the family to California for a year, and then returned to his business in Algona.5

Additional Resources

• His Find A Grave memorial, which includes a picture of his tombstone, is here.
  • Last Edited: 1 Aug 2018

Family: Ella Amanda Foster b. 7 Feb 1862, d. 26 Apr 1954

Citations

  1. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware (Geneva, Neb.: n.pub., 1941), p. 81. This material is a typescript of "notes" in Ms. Bennett's possession and apparently was originally written and compiled by James W. Lattomus. Copies are with the D.A.R. Library, Washington, D.C., and Roger Bartlett, Austin, Tex., and can be viewed at http://www.rabgenealogy.com/ui53.htm. The notes contain some inconsistencies, and page 45 was missing from the D.A.R. Library copy when it was copied.
  2. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware, above, p. 97 (naming Robert Morris Naudain as his father).
  3. [S1338] The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, online at http://www.newspapers.com, 21 Dec 1939, p. 1, col. 1 (obituary of William Eliason Naudain) (naming Robert M. Naudain as his father).
  4. [S1338] The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, above, 21 Dec 1939, p. 1, col. 1 (obituary of William Eliason Naudain) (naming Malinda Acklin as his mother).
  5. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware, above, p. 97.
  6. [S1145] Riverview Cemetery, Algona, Iowa, online http://iagenweb.org/kossuth/cemetery/Riverview-Algona.htm, viewed 18 Aug 2007 (giving the year but not the place).
  7. [S1338] The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, above, 21 Dec 1939, p. 1, col. 1 (obituary of William Eliason Naudain).
  8. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware, above, p. 97 (giving the date but not the place).
  9. [S1440] Upper Des Moines-Republican, Algona, Iowa, online at http://www.newspapers.com, 23 Dec 1931, p. 1, col. 5.
  10. [S1338] The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, above, 27 Apr 1954, p. 1, col. 4 (obituary for Ella Foster Naudain).
  11. [S1145] Riverview Cemetery, Algona, Iowa, online, above, viewed 18 Aug 2007.
  12. [S1342] The Republican, Algona, Iowa, online at http://www.newspapers.com, 23 Aug 1899, p. 7, col. 4 (first bullet).
  13. [S1338] The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, above, 7 Aug 1895, p. 8, col. 3 (second bullet).
  14. [S1446] Mason City Globe-Gazette, Mason City, Iowa, online at http://www.newspapers.com, 24 Dec 1934, p. 14, cols. 5-6.
  15. [S1338] The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, above, 21 Dec 1939, p. 1, col. 1.
  16. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware, above, p. 97 (naming William Eliason Naudain as his father).
  17. [S1338] The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, above, 21 Dec 1939, p. 1, col. 1 (obituary of William Eliason Naudain) (naming William Eliason Naudain as his father).
  18. [S1338] The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, above, 18 Jan 1973, p. 8, col. 3 (obituary of Dr. Glenn G. Naudain) (naming William Eliason Naudain as his father).

Homer Oscar ('Oz') Naudain1

M, ID# 5042, b. 26 June 1860, d. 2 July 1933

Advertisement, The Daily Argus-Leader, Sioux Falls, S.D., 14 Jan 1929, p. 1, col. 5.
Image of advertisement on front page of newspaper about how H. O. Naudain ran an advertisement in the lost and found section of the newspaper and for a few cents recovered $15.00 he had lost. The Daily Argus-Leader, Sioux Falls, South Dakota, Monday, January 14, 1929, page 1, bottom of col. 5.
  • Other Names*: Homer Naudain, Oscar Naudain, Oz Naudain.
  • Scrapbook*: • "The marriage of Oscar Naudain and Sarah Harvey last Wednesday is the occasion of hearty congratulations. Mr. Naudain is the younger brother of the well known Naudain boys and Miss Harvey is a daughter of our old and well known early settler, C. I. Harvey. Many good wishes go with them, in which the Upper Des Moines heartily joins. The make their home in the Henry Walston house."
    • "HIS HAND TAKEN OFF.
       "Oscar Naudain the Unfortunate Victim of a Bad Accident.
       "Oscar Naudain suffered a great misfortune last Friday [8 Jan 1892], losing his left hand in C. B. Hutchins’ clover huller. They were at work northeast of Burt, and Oscar by some means put his hand near some tearing hooks, which caught it and scraped every bit of flesh and tissue from the front of the hand, besides tearing out the bones. The injured man was brought to Burt, but too late for the train and had to lay over till Saturday before getting home. Drs. Morse and Pride were called and Sunday amputated the hand at the wrist. This is a bad loss to an active young man, and one his friends will all join in regretting."
    • "Oscar Naudain is out on the streets again. His arm is healing as well as could be expected."
    • "The marriage of Oscar Naudain and Sarah Harvey last Wednesday is the occasion of hearty congratulations. Mr. Naudain is the younger brother of the well known Naudain boys and Miss Harvey is a daughter of our old and well known early settler, C. I. Harvey. Many good wishes go with them, in which the Upper Des Moines heartily joins. The make their home in the Henry Walston house."15,16,17,18
  • Obituary*: "OSCAR NAUDAIN DIES AT SIOUX FALLS, S.D.
       "Was a Twin Brother of Will Naudain and Lived in Algona for Years
       "W. E. Naudain has received the news of the death of his twin brother, Oscar Naudain at his home near Sioux Falls, South Dakota, which occurred Sunday morning, July 2, from heart trouble. His death came suddenly after being troubled with the ailment for some time. The funeral was to be held Wednesday, July 5, and burial was to be made at Sioux Falls.
       "Homer Oscar Naudain was born a twin of W. E. Naudain in Marion county, Iowa, January 26, 1860, and was in his seventy-fourth year. He came to Algona in 1885 and was a thresher and grading contractor with the late Geo. Johnson for some years. He married Sarah Harvey, a sister of Frank Harvey of Algona, and they moved to the McWhorter farm just south of Burt. Three children were born, two of whom died in infancy, the surviving daughter, now Mrs. Camilla Bailey, and the widow live at Sioux Falls.
       "The Naudain family moved to the Sioux Falls vicinity in 1902, where they purchased a farm on which they have since made their home. The dead man who was known to his intimates as “Oz”, still has many friends in Algona which he visited frequently since his removal to Sioux Falls, and he will be remembered kindly here. He was of a genial disposition and an upright and honorable man who met all of life’s obligations fairly."19
  • Note*: • He was the twin of his brother William.
    • He and Sarah had three children, two of whom died in infancy.
    • He "was known to his intimates as 'Oz' [and] still has many friends in Algona [Iowa] which he visited frequently since his removal to Sioux Falls [S.D.], and he will be remembered kindly here. He was of a genial disposition and an upright and honorable man who met all of life's obligations fairly."
    • He lost his left hand in a threshing-machine accident.20,21,22,23

Additional Resources

His Find A Grave memorial, which includes a picture of his tombstone, is here.
  • Last Edited: 26 Aug 2018

Family: Sarah M. Harvey b. 1870, d. 1937

Citations

  1. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware (Geneva, Neb.: n.pub., 1941), p. 81. This material is a typescript of "notes" in Ms. Bennett's possession and apparently was originally written and compiled by James W. Lattomus. Copies are with the D.A.R. Library, Washington, D.C., and Roger Bartlett, Austin, Tex., and can be viewed at http://www.rabgenealogy.com/ui53.htm. The notes contain some inconsistencies, and page 45 was missing from the D.A.R. Library copy when it was copied.
  2. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware, above, p. 97 (naming Robert Morris Naudain as his father).
  3. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware, above, p. 97 (giving the date but not the place).
  4. [S961] Find A Grave, online at http://www.findagrave.com, memorial for viewed on 3 Apr 2010 (Homer O. Naudain, memorial no. 50594699) (giving the year but not the day or place).
  5. [S961] Find A Grave, online, above, memorial for viewed on 3 Apr 2010 (Homer O. Naudain, memorial no. 50594699) (stating that he was born in Marion County, Iowa; not giving the date but stating that he was seventy-two years old when he died on 2 Jul 1933).
  6. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware, above, p. 97.
  7. [S1338] The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, online at http://www.newspapers.com, 17 Dec 1890, p. 8, col. 2.
  8. [S1338] The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, above, 5 Jul 1933, p. 1, col. 2 (obituary for Oscar Naudain) (not giving the date or place).
  9. [S961] Find A Grave, online, above, memorial for viewed on 3 Apr 2010 (Homer O. Naudain, memorial no. 50594699) (giving the year but no other information).
  10. [S1442] The Daily Argus-Leader, Sioux Falls, S.D., online at http://www.newspapers.com, 3 Jul 1933, p. 2, col. 2 (obituary for Homer Oscar Naudain) (stating that he died "following a lingering illness").
  11. [S1338] The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, above, 5 Jul 1933, p. 1, col. 2 (obituary for Oscar Naudain) (stating that he died that morning from heart trouble).
  12. [S961] Find A Grave, online, above, memorial for viewed on 3 Apr 2010 (Homer O. Naudain, memorial no. 50594699) (not giving the date).
  13. [S1442] The Daily Argus-Leader, Sioux Falls, S.D., above, 3 Jul 1933, p. 2, col. 2 (obituary for Homer Oscar Naudain).
  14. [S961] Find A Grave, online, above, memorial for viewed on 3 Apr 2010 (Homer O. Naudain, memorial no. 50594699).
  15. [S1338] The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, above, 17 Dec 1890, p. 8, col. 2 (first bullet).
  16. [S1338] The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, above, 13 Jan 1892, p. 5, col. 3 (second bullet).
  17. [S1342] The Republican, Algona, Iowa, online at http://www.newspapers.com, 24 Feb 1892, p. 4, col. 2 (third bullet).
  18. [S1338] The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, above, 17 Dec 1890, p. 8, col. 2 (fourth bullet).
  19. [S1338] The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, above, 5 Jul 1933, p. 1, col. 2.
  20. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware, above, p. 97 (first bullet).
  21. [S1338] The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, above, 5 Jul 1933, p. 1, col. 2 (obituary for Oscar Naudain) (second bullet).
  22. [S1338] The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, above, 5 Jul 1933, p. 1, col. 2 (obituary for Oscar Naudain) (third bullet).
  23. [S1445] Kossuth County Advance, Algona, Iowa, online at http://www.newspapers.com, 6 Jul 1933, p. 5, col. 2 (obituary for Oscar Naudain).
  24. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware, above, p. 97 (naming Homer Oscar Naudain as her father).

Ella Amanda Foster1

F, ID# 5043, b. 7 February 1862, d. 26 April 1954
  • Other Names*: Ella Amanda Foster Naudain, Ella Amanda Naudain, Ella Foster Naudain, Ella Naudain.
  • Scrapbook*: • "2 COUPLES PLAN ANNIVERSARIES
       "53rd Year of Weddings Will Be Observed Christmas at Algona
       "ALGONA, Dec. 22 [1934].—Two of Algona's pioneer families will celebrate their fifty-third wedding anniversary Christmas day. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Winkle were married at the Lones Lessing home on Christmas day in 1881, by the pastor of the Baptist church. Mrs. Winkle was Ida Potter before her marriage. They have one son, Clair Winkle, who lives six miles north of Algona. Mrs. Winkle is 76 years old and Mr. Winkle is 80 years old.
       "Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Naudain were married on the same day at the bride’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Foster, who lived in the north part of the city, by the Rev. Mr. Good, pastor of the Free Methodist church. To this union four children were born, three are living.
       "Mr. and Mrs. Foster had lived on a farm northwest of Algona and while there Mrs. Winkle, who was then Miss Potter, taught the school. It was here that the girls became friends. Mr. Naudain and Mr. Winkle were not acquainted as were the girls, so neither of the girls told the other of their approaching marriage, expecting to give them a surprise later.
       "As Christmas in 1881 fell on Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Naudain planned to have their pictures taken on the following day. They went to Joe Nicoulin, who had the only ‘picture gallery’ in town. As they entered, they were surprised to see Mr. and Mrs. Winkle seated in the gallery ready to have their pictures taken. They then realized what had happened and since that day both families have been very close friends.
       "Both families have lived in Kossuth county since their marriage.
       "Mr. and Mrs. Winkle are celebrating the occasion with a Christmas dinner, their son and family as their guests.
       "Mrs. Naudain, however is not enjoying the best of health this winter."11
  • Obituary*: "Ella Naudain Dies; Services Set Thursday
       "Funeral services for Ella Foster Naudain, 92, a resident of Algona for 55 years, will be held at her home at 303 Elm Street at 2 p.m. Thursday.
       "Rev. G. G. Hallauer will officiate and Richardson’s are in charge of the arrangements.
       "Mrs. Naudain died Monday evening.
       "Ella Amanda Foster was born February 7, 1862, at Schenectady, N. Y., the daughter of Tilden Steven Foster and Betsy Etherington, both of London, England.
       "The family moved from New York to Illinois in 1868 and came by covered wagon to Algona in the fall of 1869 where they lived first in a house on North Jones St. and then moved to a claim which later was the town site of Lone Rock.
       "Ella married William Elliason Naudain on Christmas Day, 1881 at Algona, and four sons were born to the couple. Three, Earl of Tujunga, Calif., Vallo of Algona, and Dr. Glenn of Rock Hill, South Carolina, survive. The fourth, Vivian R., died in 1914. Mr. Naudain lived for 77 years on Elm Street in Algona. She was the last member of a family of 11 sisters and three brothers, and a pioneer in this area."12
  • Note*: She came as a child from New York to Illinois in 1868 and on to Algona, Iowa by covered wagon in the fall of 1869. She lived on Elm Street in Algona for seventy-seven years.3

Additional Resources

• Her Find A Grave memorial, which includes a picture of her tombstone, is here.
  • Last Edited: 21 Jul 2018

Family: William Eliason Naudain b. 26 Jan 1860, d. 20 Dec 1939

Citations

  1. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware (Geneva, Neb.: n.pub., 1941), p. 81. This material is a typescript of "notes" in Ms. Bennett's possession and apparently was originally written and compiled by James W. Lattomus. Copies are with the D.A.R. Library, Washington, D.C., and Roger Bartlett, Austin, Tex., and can be viewed at http://www.rabgenealogy.com/ui53.htm. The notes contain some inconsistencies, and page 45 was missing from the D.A.R. Library copy when it was copied.
  2. [S1145] Riverview Cemetery, Algona, Iowa, online http://iagenweb.org/kossuth/cemetery/Riverview-Algona.htm, viewed 18 Aug 2007 (giving the year but no other information).
  3. [S1338] The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, online at http://www.newspapers.com, 27 Apr 1954, p. 1, col. 4 (obituary for Ella Foster Naudain).
  4. [S961] Find A Grave, online at http://www.findagrave.com, memorial for Ella A. Foster Naudain, memorial no. 66278988, viewed on 21 Jul 2018 (giving the year but no other information).
  5. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware, above, p. 97 (giving the date but not the place).
  6. [S1338] The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, above, 21 Dec 1939, p. 1, col. 1 (obituary of William Eliason Naudain).
  7. [S1440] Upper Des Moines-Republican, Algona, Iowa, online at http://www.newspapers.com, 23 Dec 1931, p. 1, col. 5.
  8. [S1338] The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, above, 27 Apr 1954, p. 1, col. 4 (obituary for Ella Foster Naudain) (stating that she died that evening).
  9. [S1145] Riverview Cemetery, Algona, Iowa, online, above, viewed 18 Aug 2007.
  10. [S961] Find A Grave, online, above, memorial for Ella A. Foster Naudain, memorial no. 66278988, viewed on 21 Jul 2018 (not giving the date).
  11. [S1446] Mason City Globe-Gazette, Mason City, Iowa, online at http://www.newspapers.com, 24 Dec 1934, p. 14, cols. 5-6.
  12. [S1338] The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, above, 27 Apr 1954, p. 1, col. 4 (with obvious typographical errors corrected).
  13. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware, above, p. 97 (naming Ella A. Foster as his mother).
  14. [S1338] The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, above, 21 Dec 1939, p. 1, col. 1 (obituary of William Eliason Naudain) (naming Ella A. Foster as his mother).
  15. [S1338] The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, above, 18 Jan 1973, p. 8, col. 3 (obituary of Dr. Glenn G. Naudain) (naming Ella Amanda Foster as his mother).

Sarah M. Harvey1

F, ID# 5044, b. 1870, d. 1937

Additional Resources

Her Find A Grave memorial, which includes a picture of her tombstone, is here.
  • Last Edited: 2 Jul 2018

Family: Homer Oscar ('Oz') Naudain b. 26 Jun 1860, d. 2 Jul 1933

Citations

  1. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware (Geneva, Neb.: n.pub., 1941), p. 81. This material is a typescript of "notes" in Ms. Bennett's possession and apparently was originally written and compiled by James W. Lattomus. Copies are with the D.A.R. Library, Washington, D.C., and Roger Bartlett, Austin, Tex., and can be viewed at http://www.rabgenealogy.com/ui53.htm. The notes contain some inconsistencies, and page 45 was missing from the D.A.R. Library copy when it was copied.
  2. [S961] Find A Grave, online at http://www.findagrave.com, memorial for viewed on 3 Apr 2010 (Sarah M. Naudain, memorial no. 50594659).
  3. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware, above, p. 97.
  4. [S1338] The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, online at http://www.newspapers.com, 17 Dec 1890, p. 8, col. 2.
  5. [S1338] The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, above, 5 Jul 1933, p. 1, col. 2 (obituary for Oscar Naudain) (not giving the date or place).
  6. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware, above, p. 97 (naming Sarah M. Harvey as her mother).

Lily E. Naudain1

F, ID# 5045, b. 11 January 1870, d. 13 July 1943

Tombstone for Lillian Naudain Biggs, Forest Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Middletown, Del., courtesy of James Ethridge.
  • Other Names*: Lily Naudain Biggs, Lily Biggs, Lillian Naudain Biggs, Lillian Biggs.
  • Scrapbook*: "Marriage of a Son of Gov. Biggs.
       "[Correspondence of the Baltimore Sun.]
       "Middletown, Del., Feb. 23 [1888].—Willard B. Biggs, a son of Gov. Biggs, was married this evening to Miss Lily, a daughter of G. W. W. Naudain, of this town, in the Forest Presbyterian Church, of which the bride is a member. The pastor, the Rev. W. T. Alexander, officiated. The bridesmaids were Miss May Biggs, a sister of the groom, Miss Emily Lanning and Miss Carrie Ayers, the two latter of Bridgeton, N. J. The groomsmen were Attorney-General John Biggs, a brother of the groom, John P. Cochran, Jr., a son of ex-Gov. Cochran, and Dr. W. R. Pearson, of this place. Andrew E. Sanborn and J. Frank Biggs, both of the Wilmington bar, acted as ushers, assisted by Frank Kennedy, of Wilmington, Charles Carey, of Massey's, Md., E. T. Cooper, of Dover, Del., and Frank Watkins, of Odessa, Del. Among the guests were Secretary of State John P. Saulsbury and Mrs. Saulsbury, Adj.-Gen. R. R. Kenny and Mrs. Kenny, and many other of Gov. Biggs's political and personal friends. A reception was given at the house of the bride's parents from 8 to 9:30 P. M., when Mr. and Mrs. Biggs, accompanied by the bridesmaids and groomsmen, took a special train for Wilmington, where the happy couple separated from the party and departed for a brief tour through the Northern states. Mr. and Mrs. Biggs will reside here."7
  • Note*: She lived her entire life in Middletown, Delaware, where she was born. She was educated at the Middletown school and at the Moravian Seminary in Bethlehem, Pennsyslvania. Survivors included a daughter, two grandchildren, and two sisters. She owned considerable property in Middletown, and an obituary said she "attended to much of her business up until her death."8

Additional Resources

• Her Find A Grave memorial is here.
  • Last Edited: 16 Jul 2018

Family: Willard B. Biggs b. c 1863, d. 4 Mar 1932

Citations

  1. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware (Geneva, Neb.: n.pub., 1941), p. 82. This material is a typescript of "notes" in Ms. Bennett's possession and apparently was originally written and compiled by James W. Lattomus. Copies are with the D.A.R. Library, Washington, D.C., and Roger Bartlett, Austin, Tex., and can be viewed at http://www.rabgenealogy.com/ui53.htm. The notes contain some inconsistencies, and page 45 was missing from the D.A.R. Library copy when it was copied.
  2. [S1340] The Morning News, Wilmington, Del., online at http://www.newspapers.com, 15 Oct 1902, p. 1, col. 3 (obituary of George W. W. Naudain) (Naming George W. W. Naudain as her father).
  3. [S1343] Journal-Every Evening, Wilmington, Del., online at http://www.newspapers.com, 15 Jul 1943, p. 29, col. 2 (obituary of Mrs. Lillian N. Biggs) (not giving the date but stating that she was seventy-three years old when she died on 13 Jul 1943).
  4. [S1343] Journal-Every Evening, Wilmington, Del., above, 15 Jul 1943, p. 29, col. 2 (obituary of Mrs. Lillian N. Biggs) (identifying her as the widow of Willard B. Biggs but not giving the date or other information about their marriage).
  5. [S1343] Journal-Every Evening, Wilmington, Del., above, 15 Jul 1943, p. 29, col. 2 (obituary of Mrs. Lillian N. Biggs) (stating that she died in the evening of a heart attack that she suffered about three hours earlier).
  6. [S961] Find A Grave, online at http://www.findagrave.com, memorial for Lilian N. Biggs, memorial no. 133982111, viewed on 16 Jul 2018.
  7. [S1365] The Sun, Baltimore, Md., online at http://www.newspapers.com, 24 Feb 1888, p. 6, col. 3.
  8. [S1343] Journal-Every Evening, Wilmington, Del., above, 15 Jul 1943, p. 29, col. 2 (obituary of Mrs. Lillian N. Biggs).
  9. [S1337] The Evening Journal, Wilmington, Del., online at http://www.newspapers.com, 1 Oct 1925, p. 2, col. 1 (news item about the Biggs-Hukill wedding (naming Mr. and Mrs. Willard B. Biggs as her parents).

Willard B. Biggs1

M, ID# 5046, b. circa 1863, d. 4 March 1932
  • Scrapbook*: "Marriage of a Son of Gov. Biggs.
       "[Correspondence of the Baltimore Sun.]
       "Middletown, Del., Feb. 23 [1888].—Willard B. Biggs, a son of Gov. Biggs, was married this evening to Miss Lily, a daughter of G. W. W. Naudain, of this town, in the Forest Presbyterian Church, of which the bride is a member. The pastor, the Rev. W. T. Alexander, officiated. The bridesmaids were Miss May Biggs, a sister of the groom, Miss Emily Lanning and Miss Carrie Ayers, the two latter of Bridgeton, N. J. The groomsmen were Attorney-General John Biggs, a brother of the groom, John P. Cochran, Jr., a son of ex-Gov. Cochran, and Dr. W. R. Pearson, of this place. Andrew E. Sanborn and J. Frank Biggs, both of the Wilmington bar, acted as ushers, assisted by Frank Kennedy, of Wilmington, Charles Carey, of Massey's, Md., E. T. Cooper, of Dover, Del., and Frank Watkins, of Odessa, Del. Among the guests were Secretary of State John P. Saulsbury and Mrs. Saulsbury, Adj.-Gen. R. R. Kenny and Mrs. Kenny, and many other of Gov. Biggs's political and personal friends. A reception was given at the house of the bride's parents from 8 to 9:30 P. M., when Mr. and Mrs. Biggs, accompanied by the bridesmaids and groomsmen, took a special train for Wilmington, where the happy couple separated from the party and departed for a brief tour through the Northern states. Mr. and Mrs. Biggs will reside here."8
  • Note*: He was a Democrat and active in politics. Widely known as an expert horseman, he owned a few well-known horses over the years. He was not in good health for the few weeks leading up to his death, but his death was unexpected.9
  • Last Edited: 16 Jul 2018

Family: Lily E. Naudain b. 11 Jan 1870, d. 13 Jul 1943

Citations

  1. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware (Geneva, Neb.: n.pub., 1941), p. 82. This material is a typescript of "notes" in Ms. Bennett's possession and apparently was originally written and compiled by James W. Lattomus. Copies are with the D.A.R. Library, Washington, D.C., and Roger Bartlett, Austin, Tex., and can be viewed at http://www.rabgenealogy.com/ui53.htm. The notes contain some inconsistencies, and page 45 was missing from the D.A.R. Library copy when it was copied.
  2. [S1340] The Morning News, Wilmington, Del., online at http://www.newspapers.com, p. 1, col. 6 (naming Gov. Benjamin T. Biggs as his father).
  3. [S1441] Wilmington Morning News, Wilmington, Del., online at http://www.newspapers.com, 7 Mar 1932, p. 9, col. 5 (obituary of Willard B. Biggs) (naming Gov. Benjamin T. Biggs as his father).
  4. [S1441] Wilmington Morning News, Wilmington, Del., above, 7 Mar 1932, p. 9, col. 5 (obituary of Willard B. Biggs) (naming Mary Scott Beekman Biggs as his mother).
  5. [S1441] Wilmington Morning News, Wilmington, Del., above, 7 Mar 1932, p. 9, col. 5 (obituary of Willard B. Biggs) (not giving the date but stating he was sixty-nine years old when he died on 4 Mar 1932).
  6. [S1343] Journal-Every Evening, Wilmington, Del., online at http://www.newspapers.com, 15 Jul 1943, p. 29, col. 2 (obituary of Mrs. Lillian N. Biggs) (identifying her as the widow of Willard B. Biggs but not giving the date or other information about their marriage).
  7. [S1441] Wilmington Morning News, Wilmington, Del., above, 7 Mar 1932, p. 9, col. 5 (obituary of Willard B. Biggs) (stating that he died "due to a heart attack").
  8. [S1365] The Sun, Baltimore, Md., online at http://www.newspapers.com, 24 Feb 1888, p. 6, col. 3.
  9. [S1441] Wilmington Morning News, Wilmington, Del., above, 7 Mar 1932, p. 9, col. 5 (obituary of Willard B. Biggs).
  10. [S1337] The Evening Journal, Wilmington, Del., online at http://www.newspapers.com, 1 Oct 1925, p. 2, col. 1 (news item about the Biggs-Hukill wedding (naming Mr. and Mrs. Willard B. Biggs as her parents).

Helen May Naudain

F, ID# 5047, b. October 1871, d. 9 March 1956
  • Other Names*: Helen May Naudain Cooke, Helen Naudain Cooke, Helen May Cooke, Helen Cooke.
  • Scrapbook*: "FASHIONABLE WEDDING AT MIDDLETOWN
       "Miss Helen M. Naudain Became the Bride of John Boyer Cooke Last Evening.
       "Special to THE EVENING JOURNAL
       "MIDDLETOWN, July 19 [1907].—In Forrest Presbyterian Church last evening Miss Helen May Naudain, daughter of the late G. W. W. Naudain, was married to John Boyer Cooke, formerly of Colorado, now living in Philadelphia. The church was decorated in “mist,” yellow daisies and ferns. The Rev. G. P. Jones, of Bethesda M. E. Church performed the ceremony, using the ring service. Miss Helen Biggs, of Middletown, and Miss Lucile Cooke, of Colorado, were flower girls. They wore white dresses with pink ribbons and carried large bouquets of pink and white sweet peas.
       "The bride wore a handsome white lace robe made over taffeta and carried sweet peas and ferns.
       "H. B. Biggs, Dr. J. Allen Johnson, G. Lindsay Cochran and Dr. J. C. Stites, all of Middletown; Oscar Goodhand, of New York, and Emerson Polk, of Pocomoke city, were the ushers.
       "A reception was held at the home of the bride’s mother, corner of Broad and Main streets immediately after the ceremony. Some of the guests were Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Biggs, Dr. and Mrs. J. Allen Johnson, Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Stites, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Wood, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Goodhand, of New York; Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Polk, of Pocomoke City; Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Naudain, of Baltimore; Mrs. Corine Mendinhall, of Wilmington; Mr. and Mrs. J. F. McWhorter, Dr. and Mrs. Charles Ritchie, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pool and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Pool, of McDonough; Mr. and Miss Rothwell, Mrs. Sanborn, of Wilmington; B. F. Biggs, J. P. Alger, Blanch Wright, of Warwick, Md; Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Eliason, of Mt. Pleasant, and many others."11
  • Note*: She was a member of St. Paul Presbyterian Church in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Survivors included two nieces and a nephew.8

Additional Resources

• Her Find A Grave memorial, which includes a picture of her tombstone, is here.
  • Last Edited: 22 Jul 2018

Citations

  1. [S1340] The Morning News, Wilmington, Del., online at http://www.newspapers.com, 15 Oct 1902, p. 1, col. 3 (obituary of George W. W. Naudain) (Naming George W. W. Naudain as her father).
  2. [S1337] The Evening Journal, Wilmington, Del., online at http://www.newspapers.com, 19 Jul 1907, p. 1, col. 4 (naming G. W. W. Naudain as her father).
  3. [S1448] Journal-Every Evening, Wilmington, Del., online at http://www.newspapers.com, 10 Mar 1956, p. 25, col. 3 (obituary for Mrs. Helen N. Cooke) (naming George W. Naudain as her father).
  4. [S1448] Journal-Every Evening, Wilmington, Del., above, 10 Mar 1956, p. 25, col. 3 (obituary for Mrs. Helen N. Cooke) (naming Catherine Eliason Naudain as her mother).
  5. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware (Geneva, Neb.: n.pub., 1941), (giving the date but not the place). This material is a typescript of "notes" in Ms. Bennett's possession and apparently was originally written and compiled by James W. Lattomus. Copies are with the D.A.R. Library, Washington, D.C., and Roger Bartlett, Austin, Tex., and can be viewed at http://www.rabgenealogy.com/ui53.htm. The notes contain some inconsistencies, and page 45 was missing from the D.A.R. Library copy when it was copied.
  6. [S961] Find A Grave, online at http://www.findagrave.com, memorial for Helen Naudain Cooke, memorial no. 133982230, viewed on 3 Jul 2016 (giving the year but no other information).
  7. [S1448] Journal-Every Evening, Wilmington, Del., above, 10 Mar 1956, p. 25, col. 3 (obituary for Mrs. Helen N. Cooke) (giving the place but not the date).
  8. [S1448] Journal-Every Evening, Wilmington, Del., above, 10 Mar 1956, p. 25, col. 3 (obituary for Mrs. Helen N. Cooke).
  9. [S961] Find A Grave, online, above, memorial for Helen Naudain Cooke, memorial no. 133982230, viewed on 3 Jul 2016.
  10. [S1448] Journal-Every Evening, Wilmington, Del., above, 10 Mar 1956, p. 25, col. 3 (obituary for Mrs. Helen N. Cooke) (identifying the cemetery as Forest Cemetery).
  11. [S1337] The Evening Journal, Wilmington, Del., above, 19 Jul 1907, p. 1, col. 4.

John Boyer Cooke1

M, ID# 5048
  • Other Names*: John Cooke.
  • Scrapbook*: "FASHIONABLE WEDDING AT MIDDLETOWN
       "Miss Helen M. Naudain Became the Bride of John Boyer Cooke Last Evening.
       "Special to THE EVENING JOURNAL
       "MIDDLETOWN, July 19 [1907].—In Forrest Presbyterian Church last evening Miss Helen May Naudain, daughter of the late G. W. W. Naudain, was married to John Boyer Cooke, formerly of Colorado, now living in Philadelphia. The church was decorated in “mist,” yellow daisies and ferns. The Rev. G. P. Jones, of Bethesda M. E. Church performed the ceremony, using the ring service. Miss Helen Biggs, of Middletown, and Miss Lucile Cooke, of Colorado, were flower girls. They wore white dresses with pink ribbons and carried large bouquets of pink and white sweet peas.
       "The bride wore a handsome white lace robe made over taffeta and carried sweet peas and ferns.
       "H. B. Biggs, Dr. J. Allen Johnson, G. Lindsay Cochran and Dr. J. C. Stites, all of Middletown; Oscar Goodhand, of New York, and Emerson Polk, of Pocomoke city, were the ushers.
       "A reception was held at the home of the bride’s mother, corner of Broad and Main streets immediately after the ceremony. Some of the guests were Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Biggs, Dr. and Mrs. J. Allen Johnson, Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Stites, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Wood, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Goodhand, of New York; Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Polk, of Pocomoke City; Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Naudain, of Baltimore; Mrs. Corine Mendinhall, of Wilmington; Mr. and Mrs. J. F. McWhorter, Dr. and Mrs. Charles Ritchie, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pool and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Pool, of McDonough; Mr. and Miss Rothwell, Mrs. Sanborn, of Wilmington; B. F. Biggs, J. P. Alger, Blanch Wright, of Warwick, Md; Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Eliason, of Mt. Pleasant, and many others."2
  • Last Edited: 3 Jul 2016

Family: Helen May Naudain b. Oct 1871, d. 9 Mar 1956

Citations

  1. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware (Geneva, Neb.: n.pub., 1941), p. 82. This material is a typescript of "notes" in Ms. Bennett's possession and apparently was originally written and compiled by James W. Lattomus. Copies are with the D.A.R. Library, Washington, D.C., and Roger Bartlett, Austin, Tex., and can be viewed at http://www.rabgenealogy.com/ui53.htm. The notes contain some inconsistencies, and page 45 was missing from the D.A.R. Library copy when it was copied.
  2. [S1337] The Evening Journal, Wilmington, Del., online at http://www.newspapers.com, 19 Jul 1907, p. 1, col. 4.

Katharine Naudain

F, ID# 5049, b. 2 August 1879
  • Birth*: She was born on 2 August 1879.3
  • Marriage*: She married Oscar G. Goodhand in June 1903.3
  • Other Names*: Katherine Naudain Goodhand, Katherine Goodhand.
  • Last Edited: 29 Jun 2016

Citations

  1. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware (Geneva, Neb.: n.pub., 1941), p. 82 (naming George Washington Wesley Naudain as her father). This material is a typescript of "notes" in Ms. Bennett's possession and apparently was originally written and compiled by James W. Lattomus. Copies are with the D.A.R. Library, Washington, D.C., and Roger Bartlett, Austin, Tex., and can be viewed at http://www.rabgenealogy.com/ui53.htm. The notes contain some inconsistencies, and page 45 was missing from the D.A.R. Library copy when it was copied.
  2. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware, above, p. 82 (naming Catharine ['Kate'] Eliason as her mother).
  3. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware, above, p. 82.

Oscar G. Goodhand

M, ID# 5050
  • Last Edited: 27 Mar 1998

Family: Katharine Naudain b. 2 Aug 1879

Citations

  1. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware (Geneva, Neb.: n.pub., 1941), p. 82. This material is a typescript of "notes" in Ms. Bennett's possession and apparently was originally written and compiled by James W. Lattomus. Copies are with the D.A.R. Library, Washington, D.C., and Roger Bartlett, Austin, Tex., and can be viewed at http://www.rabgenealogy.com/ui53.htm. The notes contain some inconsistencies, and page 45 was missing from the D.A.R. Library copy when it was copied.