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Note for:   Jean Pierre Marlet Merlet,   18 APR 1658 - 1704         Index
[Brøderbund WFT Vol. 4, Ed. 1, Tree #2531, Date of Import: Oct 10, 1999]

John Peterson settled in NJ. His Will was recorded at Camden, NJ w/ his
son Theodoras as executor. Was a blacksmith in Piscataway, NJ. Chr.: 18
Apr 1658 Huguenot Church Mannheim, Germany.

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Note for:   Isaac Bear Rine,   10 JAN 1812 - 10 JUN 1893         Index
Burial:   
     Place:   Nelson Cemetery, Nuckols County, Nebraska

Note:    History of the Presbyterian Churches of Path Valley
Addresses Delivered at the Sesquicentennial of the Upper and Lower Path Valley Churches and a History of these churches
Octover 18 - 20- 1916
Published by Rev. D I. Camp and Rev J. Warren Kaufman
Press of Chamberberg Repository 1916

Call No 285 H 673
Special Collections Mo Valley Room - Kansas City Public Library- Kansas City MO
Marriage Records
1834
Isaac Rine and Mary Bear


Submitter: Virginia Rippeteau
Subject: Isaac Rine and Mary Baer
Message: Isaac was born I-12-1812 in Spring Run, Franklin County, Pa. and died in June 1893.
his father was Michael Rine who was born May 1778 in Franklin County, Pa and died July 16, 1859 in Hickory Grove, Illinois. His wife was Elizabeth (unknown). Michael and Elizabeth lived near Hickory Grove, Henderson County, Il. having moved from Franklin County, Pa. to Ipava, Il. earlier. They are intered in the Blue Cemetery near Hickory Grove. It is in the middle of a corn field with grass road leading to it. We speculate that the cemetery was named "Blue" because of the Rine headstone. It is the first headstone that you see and it is a lovely light blue color.

Isaac brought Mary and family in the spring of 1850 to Ipava, Il. They moved from there to a big log house northwest of Adair, Il.in 1853. Isaac went back to Spring Run with a six horse team and a large freight wagon to move his parents, Michael and Elizabeth and other family members to Illinois.Michael and family settled near Old Henderson, Knox County, Il.

Mary's father died when Mary was thirteen months old. Samuel, her father was the son of David Baer. Margaret, Mary's mother married a second time to Jacob Coons or Koontz in 1817. Mary was the youngest of all of Samuel and Margaret's children.

I have a list of the children of Michael and Elizabeth and also those of Isaac and Mary. I am searching for the place of Isaac's death but have not found it. He may have moved to Lincoln, Nebraska to be near his daughter, Nancy Rine Minor, wife of Andrew J. Minor. I would appreciate any additional information you may have found to add to the family history Isaac is my gggrandfather. His daughter, Sarah Catherine married John Lowry Epperson. They are my ggrandparents.

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Note for:   Mary Bair\Bear,   23 JUN 1812 - 16 AUG 1893         Index
Burial:   
     Place:   Nelson Cemetery, Nuckols County, Nebraska



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Note for:   Nellie May Krack,   9 OCT 1903 - 9 AUG 1904         Index
Burial:   
     Place:   Bassettville Cemetary



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Note for:   Tessie Dell Mc Cune,   28 MAR 1871 - 8 APR 1901         Index
Burial:   
     Place:   Vermillion, Marshall, KS



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Note for:   Myrtle Mc Cune,   14 AUG 1864 - 17 AUG 1955         Index
Mrytle married Walter Versteig. They had one child Edward Riggs Versteig. His nickname was Eddie. Walter left Mrytle before 1900, because during the census, she and Eddie were living with Clarinda McCune. It is said that sometime after that Mrytle was put in a mental hospital and was unable to care for Eddie. At Clarinda's death, she left her entire estate to Eddie, because he had no one else to care for him.

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Note for:   Charles Riggs Mc Cune,   10 AUG 1866 - 26 MAR 1935         Index
Burial:   
     Date:   28 MAR 1935
     Place:   Kit Carson Colorado

Note:    Charles lived with Ernest Craig/Krack for a portion of his life. He had no other family to take care of him. He later was sent to Fort Lewis, in Kit Carson Colorado, where he died.