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151 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I4356)
152 Dead Lake Cemetery, Waterville Twp., Pepin Co. WI Keyes, Olive (I1342)
153 Delores bequeathed her body to the University of Minnesota Anatomy Bequest Program Wanke, Delores Marie (I1554)
154 Died @ 10:10 at the Plum City hostpital after a day day stay and succumbed to pneumonia. Funeral was held at the local Methodist church in Hicks Valley officiated by Rev. Virgil Brown. She was laid to rest in Oakwood Cemetery. No tomb stone exists. Hawkins, Harriet Delinda (I602)
155 Died Age 81 years, 9 mo., 6 days by choking on food. He was buried on March 21, 1898 in Oakwood Cemetery Hawkins, Edward (I1871)
156 Died of Liver Cancer
Keyes, Olive (I1342)
157 DOD est from obituary, which gives DOB and age at death of 77 yrs Kirscher, Jacob L "Jack" (I3510)
158 East Heskerton, Yorkshire, England Boynton, Robert (I1483)
159 East Hickory Corners Cemetery Byington, Wells (I1322)
160 East Riding, Yorkshire, , England Boynton, Alice (I207)
161 East Riding, Yorkshire, , England Boynton, Edmund (I210)
162 East Riding, Yorkshire, , England Boynton, Richard (I214)
163 East Riding, Yorkshire, , England Strangeways, Jane (I1478)
164 East Riding, Yorkshire, , England Strangeways, Jane (I1478)
165 Edgewood Cemetery Bronson, John (I2292)
166 Edgewood Cemetery Barnes, Sarah (I2293)
167 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I212)
168 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I217)
169 Elaine McMahon, 89, of Durand, WI, passed away Saturday, October 9, 2010, at Oakview Care Center in Durand.
She was born October 31, 1920; daughter of Ben and Laura Hotter Bien. She lived on the family farm in Arkansaw, WI. She attended Oak Center country school, then Durand High School. Elaine worked in Eau Claire, WI, until her marriage to Kenneth K. McMahon on June 12, 1945. They lived on the family farm until 1947 when they moved to Durand, where she remained the rest of her life. Her husband Kenneth passed away April 23, 2007.
Elaine enjoyed gardening, collecting antiques, thrift sales, having family dinners, going on family vacations and fishing. Elaine will be missed by all who knew her.
Survived by children, Richard (Sandra) McMahon of Durand, WI, Carol (Robert) Anibas of Weyauwega, WI, Mary (Roger) Poeschel of Durand, WI, Dave (Carolyn) McMahon of Durand, WI, Jane (Steven) Watson of Cambridge, MN; 16 grandchildren; 18 great-grandchildren.
Preceded in death by husband, Kenneth McMahon; parents, Ben and Laura Hotter Bien; grandson, William McMahon; brother, Marvin Bien; sister, Bonnie Most.
Funeral Services will be 11:00 a.m. Tuesday, October 12, 2010, at the United Methodist Church in Durand. Pastor Bruce Gardow officiating. Burial will be at Forest Hill Cemetery in Durand.
Friends may call from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. Monday, October 11, at Goodrich Funeral Home in Durand and one hour prior to services at the church on Tuesday.

Leader-Telegram, Eau Claire, WI
Published 10 October 2010 
Bien, Margarite Elaine (I1789)
170 Electronic databases created from various publications of parish and probate records. Source (S178)
171 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I3452)
172 Ella married Alfred Pickett October 5, 1915, in a double wedding with her sister, Mary Catherine (Redmond) Pickett, and Alfred's brother, Francis John "FRANK" Pickett. She shares a headstone with her husband Alfred at Mt. Olivet Cemetery. Redmond, Ella E. (I4184)
173 Emigrants Registered in Swedish Church Books. EmiWeb, Karlstad, Sweden. Source (S170)
174 Enl 1777 in Mattocks Co. Conn. Lin
Boynton Gen p266-267
Rev Pension W1380 B1 wt 641316055
Early settlers of N.Y. by Foley vol V11 p 140
D A R V57-152
American Genealogist by Donald Jacobus Vol 15,p 130 outline oif famile but not entirely corre ct.

14 yrs old when he accompnied his father in rev. war 1775 he served 3 yrs and upoward enlisti ng in 1777 in Mattocks company Chandlers Regiment Conn, Line.

nov 15 1786 at age 25 Isaac on trip to ther southern states a heavy storm drove the ship 90 m iles off course. the ship finally entered Savannah, were Isaac sought employment as a carpent er and started a family, after 10 years he returned to Bristol and married his second cousi n Elizabeth Byington.moved to
Oneida County,N.Y.
Byington, Isaac (I1385)
175 Enlisted in Company C, New York 108th Infantry Regiment on 01 Aug 1862.Mustered out on 28 Feb 1863 at Convalescent Camp, VA.

Gustave Gates of Galesburg dies after long illness
When death yesterday noon claimed Gustave Gates aged 69 years, of Galesburg, one of the best-known pioneers of the county was removed. Mr. Gates was the brother of the late Lyman M. Gates of this city. The two years were closely affiliated in financial matters.
Mr. Gates was one time marshal of Kalamazoo, although a greater portion of his life was spent on a farm southwest of Galesburg. For years he was supervisor of Comstock township and active in the early affairs of this county.
Tuesday, June 27, 1911 Kalamazoo Gazette page 8

Gustavus M. Gates Well Known Resident on Monday Afternoon
The many friends of Mr. Gates and big family were saddened to learn of his death yesterday, though it brings to him relief from a long illness and much suffering. He had been in failing health for a number of years and three years ago suffered a stroke of paralysis. Since then he has been about in a wheelchair but gradually failed until yesterday when death came at 1:05 p. m.
Gustavus M. Gates was born in Monroe Co., N.Y. on Christmas day, 1841. in 1362 he enlisted in Co. C. 103 the N.Y. Infantry under Capt. Andrews. He was wounded in a few months at the battle of Antitam and was disabled so that he received his discharge. He married Miss Frances Birdsell in 1864. Three children were born to them Lyman M. who died in infancy, Marion B. who lives on the home farm near here and Mrs. Clara Milham living at home. Mrs. Gates died in Kalamazoo in 1875 and in 1877 he was again married to Miss Alice Byington to whom one daughter, now Mrs. Ward Marsh of Galena Ill. was born. Mr. Gates came to Michigan in 1865, buying a farm in Eaton county, which he sold and purchased a saw mill near Hastings. Two years later he came to Kalamazoo county, living on a farm in Portage for one and one-half years. He then went to Kalamazoo where he was deputy sheriff, and later, marshal. Some years later he came to the farm south of Galesburg, living there until five years ago when he purchased the home where he resided at the time of his death. He was also supervisor of Comstock township for several years. Mr. Gates was a Mason and a Knight Templar, belonging to Kalamazoo lodge No. 8; also to Orcutt Post, G. A. R. Besides the three children mentioned he leaves a wife and one brother Curtis, of Chicago. He will be greatly missed among his friends and at home where he was ever the most thoughtful and unselfish husband and father. The funeral will be held Wednesday, at 2 p. m. from the home. The Knight Templars will have charge of the service, assisted by Prof. Mark Bailey. Burial at Mountain Home cemetery, Kalamazoo. Semi-Weekly Argus June 27, 1911 page 1 
Gates, Gustavus Martelle (I2232)
176 Erik's name at the time of birth was Erik Jonsson and was later changed to Erik Borg while enlisted in the Swedish Military. Borg, Erik Jonsson (I1269)
177 Faith Lutheran Church, Durand, WI Byington, Kenneth Archie (I3927)
178 Fake, Frank. Death Certificate. Certificate Number: 1944-MN-017255. Death: October 14, 1944. County of Death: Wright County, Minnesota, United States. Minnesota Historical Society (microform). Fake, Frank (I3883)
179 Family trees submitted by Ancestry members. Source (S141)
180 Famine Irish Entry Project, 1846-1851 Source (S238)
181 Farmer
Bursch, Charles August (I1668)
182 Farmer Lehmbecker, Frederick (I2568)
183 Farmer / Rancher Gallus, Frank John (I2580)
184 Feb 15 1866, Lucius Byington, received patent of land from Falls St Croix, Pepin, Wisc Do c # 6546
Bureau of Land Management will furnish you with copy of original land Patent bob lord

History of Chippewa Valley
Published 1891-2

Lucius E. Byington, farmer, P.O. Ella, Pepin County, was born at Bristol, Wis., September 8, 1842, and when but six years old he removed with his parents to Connecticut.

At the age of thirteen yars he began work in a factory, which ocupation he followed most of the time until he was twenty-one.

In 1863 he came west with his parents and engaged in teaming, and was occupied most of the season in hauling government supplies across the plains of Minesota and Dakota to the site of Fort Wadsworth.

In 1868 he bought the present homestead, then wild land, and began to make improvements. He now owns a well improved farm of 320 acres, and is devoting considerable attention to breeding Percheron horses. His farm is one of the gest in the county.

November 6, 1870 he maried Miss Mary F. Hilliard, who bore him two children: Betrtha E. (now deceased) and Charles E. Mrs Byington, who was born September 18, 1851, died October 4, 1874.

November 25, 1875, Mr. Byington married Miss Kate E. Hawkins, who bore him six children: Harriet E., Marie E., Orrin E., Lucius E., Rissell E. and Adalie T. Mrs. Kate E. Byington died September 22, 1889.

In politics Mr. Byington is a republician, but does not aspire to pubic office.
Byington, Lucius Emery Sr. (I2598)
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