Families related to Bill Buchanan and Judy Kinney


Douglas Keith SHEFFIELD [Parents]

Other marriages:
ROBITAILLE, Elisabeth

Hillary FISHER

They had the following children:

  F i Sarah SHEFFIELD
  F ii Kyla SHEFFIELD

Douglas Keith SHEFFIELD [Parents]

Other marriages:
FISHER, Hillary

Elisabeth ROBITAILLE

Other marriages:
GAGNON, Mr.


Arthur Carl SHEFFIELD [Parents] was born on 24 Mar 1901 in Raber, Chippewa, Michigan, USA. He died on 8 Dec 1997 in Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada. He married Leona HAGEN on 6 Apr 1934 in Millett, Alberta, Canada. The marriage ended in divorce.

Carl and George Buchanan jointly owned a farm at Millett.
Carl never remarried but Joan was his companion for several years. Her parents lived in Chilliwack, BC.
A Chrismas card from Duane and Gladys Sheffield in December 1997 said "Carl Arthur Sheffied passed away Dec 8th 1997 age 96 years. He was here in Kelowna in a home care centre."

January 2, 1986
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I was born on March 24th, 1901 in the city [township] of Raber, Michigan, USA. My parents were Arthur John and Margaret (nee Watson) Sheffield. I had one brother Dewey (who died in 1918 in Calgary, Alberta), born on May 24, 1898, 20 years of age when he died of double pneumonia in 1918 in Calgary, Alberta. Dewey was also born in Raber, Michigan; one sister Emily Rogers, born on November 9, 1895, now living in Lewiston, Idaho, USA. My sister married twice and had four girls - Dorothy (passed away), Marion Bone living in Alberta, Gloria Traverna living in Penticton, BC, and Cora Jean Freeberg living in Lewiston Idaho.
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I lived in Raber, Michigan. until I was 10 years old. My mother's mother and dad lived in Millet, Alberta, (George Watson) so we moved to 10 mi. west of Millet, Alberta to a farm where my grandparents lived. Then we moved 40 mi. west of Lacombe, Alberta to homestead. We lived there for seven years. In 1923 my dad died from cancer, a tumor which burst. We then went up to Millet, Alberta to my uncle's farm (Dick Watson) were my mother died in 1941.
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I met and married Leona Hagen (her parents Russ and Ruby Hagen farmed west of Millet, Alberta) and we had three children: Lorraine Mae, born October 31st, 1934 and Arthur Duane born February 21st, 1937, both born in Wetaskiwin, Alberta, and Douglas born November 22nd, 1947 in Kelowna, BC.
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We moved to New Westminster in 1941 and lived on Lulu Island until 1943 when we move to Kelowna, BC. I left Kelowna and moved to Prince George and then to Chilliwack and then back to Kelowna. Presently reside at May Bennett Home, Kelowna, B.C..
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As told to Lorraine by:
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Arthur C. Sheffield

Portions of Telford and Porto Bello School divisions, centered 10 miles (16 km) west of Millet, Alberta.
A slash is used to separate subsequent owners who may have lived there in 1910 - 1940.
Note that George Watson is not shown as a property owner, nor Arthur Sheffield. They probably lived on the farms of their sons.
Taken from "Tales and Trails of Millet", v.2, 971.234 MIL V.2

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Bailey Orlick/ | Orlick/ Nichol/ | Gerring RJ Watson|
Stensby | Stensby Lehman | |
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4 | 3 | 2 | 1
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Jackson Jackson | Kutzner/ | |
Gehring Kutzner | Lehman Kutzner | RJ Watson|
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D McDonald | A Watson/ W Buchanan | Pydde/ Kutzner | RJ Watson
| D. Watson (farm) |Gerring/ |
| (sold 1954) | Nordstrum |
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33 | 34 | 35 | 36
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| | C Sheffield |
D McDonald | Cameron Cameron | W Buchanan (acreage)|
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Cameron | Lange SDA Church | Pydde Store W Maine | R Hagen
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28 | 27 | 26 | 25
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| Lutheran Chellson/ | |
| Church Mincho | Martchiniak Kurtz | Marks
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Province of Alberta - Register of Baptisms, Marriages, Deaths and Funerals
Millet Methodist/United Church
Provincial Archives of Alberta, Acc. 83.285 Item 569 Box O.S.
Baptisms: Feb 7, 1916 - Sept 8, 1963
Marriages: Jan 10, 1917 - June 15, 1963
Funerals: Feb 12, 1917 - Dec 5, 1963
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Groom: Arthur Carl Sheffield
Bride: Leona Hagen
Date of Marriage: April 6, 1934
Place: Manse [in Millet]
Clergyman: Harry E. Parker
Witnesses: Mr. R. M. Hagen, Mrs. H. E. Parker
Remarks: 38298

Leona HAGEN [Parents] was born on 9 Jul 1915 in Bay City, Michigan, USA. She died on 17 May 1991 in Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada. She married Arthur Carl SHEFFIELD on 6 Apr 1934 in Millett, Alberta, Canada. The marriage ended in divorce.

Other marriages:
LAHM, John

Leona remarried. Her folks are in Chilliwack, B.C.

Mr. and Mrs. Russel Hagen
Mr. and Mrs. Russel Hagen bought the NW25-47-26-W4 about 1918 from Johnny Weston, During the years until 1951, they raised seven daughters and one son.
David went overseas and saw service during the Allied invasion of Italy. After the family had married and left, Mr. and Mrs. Hagen moved to an acreage in Wetaskiwin where he died three years later.
Mrs Hagen then went to Kelowna to live with Leona. Here she died in 1971.
Dorothy, Pearl and Louise have all died in their middle age. Ruby is Mrs. J.C. Hall of Red Deer, Bea lives in Clinton, B.C., Murl at Kamloops and Leona at Kelowna. She married Carl Sheffield (now deceased) and is now Mrs. John Lahm. David lives in Langley, BC.
"Tales and Trails of Millet", v.2, p.523-524

They had the following children:

  F i Lorraine Mae SHEFFIELD
  M ii Arthur "Duane" SHEFFIELD
  M iii Douglas Keith SHEFFIELD

Joseph TETREAU was born in May 1888 in Concordia, Kansas, USA. He married Albertine DUBUC.

•ID: I62691
•Name: Joseph "Joe" TETREAU
•Surname: Tetreau
•Given Name: Joseph "Joe"
•Sex: M
•Birth: May 1888 in Concordia, Kansas
•Death: DECEASED
•_UID: 253D6B59A2FC6F408D8F999E91213F13CA79
•Change Date: 29 Oct 2010 at 08:47:56
Father: Benoit TETREAU
Marriage 1 Albertine DUBUC b: 1894 in Quebec
•Married: 1912
Children
1. Romeo TETREAU
2. Alphonse TETREAU b: 26 Jan 1915
3. Living TETREAU
4. Raymond "Ray" TETREAU b: 16 Sep 1917
5. Living TETREAU
6. Theodore TETREAU b: 17 Aug 1920 in Vegreville, Alberta
7. Living TETREAU
8. Rollande TETREAU b: 18 Feb 1924
9. Marguerite Theresa TETREAU b: 14 Sep 1926
10. Living TETREAU
11. Living TETREAU
12. Living TETREAU
13. Living TETREAU
14. Living TETREAU
15. Living TETREAU
16. Living TETREAU

Albertine DUBUC was born in 1894 in Quebec, Canada. She married Joseph TETREAU.

They had the following children:

  M i Raymond TETREAU

Safroni SAKALAK

Annie

They had the following children:

  F i Mary Annie SAKALAK

Arthur Morton (Shorty) BURNS was born on 14 Jul 1887 in South Norwich Township, Oxford, Ontario, Canada. He married Emily Jane SHEFFIELD about 1914 in , Alberta, Canada. The marriage ended in divorce.

About 1940-1945, Shorty Burns ran a general store at Pipestone, west of Millett, Alberta
(farther west than the 10 mile corner where the Watsons, Buchanans and Sheffields lived).

Fay Ross (a very shy man)
... He and Shorty Burns were good friends, but he would not stay if an other customer came into the store.
"Tales and Trails of Millet", v.2,p.545

http://www.tribalpages.com/family-trees/BURNS/41
b.1887 Ontario


Burns, Charles
* b. ABT 1846
o England
* m. Avey, Harriette

Avey, Harriette
* b. 1850
o Ashley Cum Silverley, Cambridge, England
* m. Burns, Charles

Burns, Arthur Morton
* b. 14 Jul 1887
o Ontario, Canada
About Burns, Arthur Morton
* Birth Citation
o Ontario, Canada Births, 1869-1909
o Text: Online publication - Ancestry.com. Ontario, Canada Births, 1869-1909 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2007.Original data -
o Archives of Ontario. Registrations of Birth

Canada Births and Baptisms, 1661-1959
Name: Arthur Morton Burns
Gender: Male
Baptism/Christening Date:
Baptism/Christening Place:
Birth Date: 14 Jul 1887
Birthplace: South Norwich Township, Oxford, Ontario
Death Date:
Name Note:
Race:
Father's Name: Charles Burns
Father's Birthplace:
Father's Age:
Mother's Name: Harriet Avy
Mother's Birthplace:
Mother's Age:
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: C01608-8
System Origin: Canada-EASy
Source Film Number: 1845886
Reference Number: cn 25406

Shorty was a butcher, so I have no doubt that these are his parents.
Burns, Charles
* b. ABT 1846
o England
* e. Occupation
o 1881
o Butcher
* e. Residence
o 1881
o Burford, Brant South, Ontario
* m. Avey, Harriette
o 22 Dec 1868
o Oxford County, Ontario, Canada
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Burns, William C.
* b. ABT 1871
o Ontario, Canada
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Burns, Nellie Marie
* b. ABT 1876
o Ontario, Canada
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Burns, Edith M.
* b. 16 Jul 1884
o Ontario, Canada
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Burns, Arthur Morton
* b. 14 Jul 1887
o Ontario, Canada
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About Burns, Charles
* Marriage (m. Avey, Harriette) Citation
o Ontario, Canada Marriages, 1857-1922
o Text: Online publication - Ancestry.com and Genealogical Research Library (Brampton, Ontario, Canada). Ontario, Canada Marriages, 1857-1924 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc.
* Birth Citation
o Ontario, Canada Marriages, 1857-1922
o Text: Online publication - Ancestry.com and Genealogical Research Library (Brampton, Ontario, Canada). Ontario, Canada Marriages, 1857-1924 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc.

Emily Jane SHEFFIELD [Parents] was born on 9 Nov 1895 in Raber, Chippewa, Michigan, USA. She died on 23 Jul 1987 in Lewiston, Idaho, USA. She married Arthur Morton (Shorty) BURNS about 1914 in , Alberta, Canada. The marriage ended in divorce.

Other marriages:
KNIGHT, Frank
ROGERS, Harold M.

Mrs. Emily Burns was a daughter of the Sheffield's and she and husband Arthur Burns arrived in 1915.
He was a butcher by trade and the Burns had two daughters. Emily Burns lived in the district about eight years.

In loving memory of Emily J. Rogers
Born November 9, 1895 Rabor, Mich.
Passed away July 23, 1987 Lewiston, Idaho
Memorial services July 25th, 1987 3:30 p.m.
Mountain View Funeral Home, Lewiston, Idaho
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Officiating
Chaplain Gary McIntosh, St. Joseph's Regional Medical Center
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Honorary Bearers
Harold Fiveland Daryl Brown
Clayton Freeberg Dick Parish
James Taverna Aaron Freeberg
Donald Gregory R. F. Coleman
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Musical Selections
Take My Hand Precious Lord
Beautiful Isle of Somewhere
God Be With You Till We Meet Again

OBITUARY
Emily J. Rogers, 91, Lewiston homemaker
Emily J. Rogers, a Lewiston homemaker, died Thursday morning at St. Joseph Regional Medical Center at Lewiston of cancer. She was 91
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Mrs. Rogers had lived at Lewiston for the past nine years. She was born November 9th, 1895, at Rabor, Mich., to Margaret and Arthur Sheffield. She went to school in Michigan.
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At age 16 she moved to Canada, then later to Benge, Washington and when Wynona, Washington. Mrs. Rogers lived at Spokane until moving to Lewiston.
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In 1927 she and Harold Rogers were married in Montana. He died in 1949.
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Mrs. Rogers survivors include three daughters, Marion Bone of Hillcrest, Alberta, Gloria Praill of Penticton, British Columbia, and Cora Jean Freeberg of Lewiston; one brother, Carl Sheffield of Kelowna, British Columbia; 11 grandchildren; 20 great-grandchildren; and two great great grandchildren
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A memorial service will be held Saturday at 3:30 p.m. at Mountain View Funeral Home. The Rev. Gary McIntosh of St. Joseph Regional Medical Center will officiate. She will be cremated.
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The family suggests memorials to St. Joseph Radiation Therapy Foundation at St. Joseph Regional Medical Center.

Born in Michigan.
Lived with Shorty Burns and Frank Knight, then married Harold Rogers.
She and Harold moved to Tacoma, Benge, and Wynona, where he was murdered.

They had the following children:

  F i Marion Delores BURNS
  F ii Dorothy May BURNS

Frank KNIGHT was born in 1885 in Petrolia, Ontario, Canada. He died about 1968. He was not married to Emily Jane SHEFFIELD.

Other marriages:
KOFOED, Petra (Pat)

He owned the Knight Lumber Company in the Crowsnest Pass

Crowsnest and Its People 971.233 C886 PAA pages 629-630
Frank Knight
Frank Knight was born in Petrolia, Ontario, in 1885. At the age of seventeen, he first came west with the harvesters to Saskatchewan and not long afterward he left Ontario for good, homesteading in Alberta, work-ing on the Grand Trunk Railway and logging in various places in Alberta and B.C. He was in Ryan, B.C. at the time of the Fernie fire in 1908. Later, while farming near Leduc, he met Petra (Pat) Kofoed, who was out from Norway to visit an uncle. They were married in 1927 and by that summer Frank had a contract with Alberta Box to take logs out of the Alexander Valley near Crowsnest. After having spent a couple of years on the flatness of Leduc, Pat was delighted to see the green trees, sparkling water of the creeks and lakes and the mountains that were so much like home in Norway, but the road up the Alexander Creek so terrified her that she rode on the running board of the car for the first few trips.
Their venture into logging proved very successful though the working days lasted from dawn till dark. The logs were cut, skidded by horses down to the river bank, and driven down the river in the spring when the water was high. A flume ran seven or eight miles along the river and the logs were floated down and loaded onto C.P.R. cars at the mill three miles west of Crowsnest. The business survived the depression though the crews at the mill and the Crow were not large.
[photo: First Home on Alexander Creek] [photo: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Knight, Evelyn, Irene, and George]
The family moved back and forth between the Alex-ander camp, the mill and Crowsnest after the children started school. By 1938, business was picking up and a sawmill and planer were built at Crowsnest. These were followed shortly by mills in the Elk Valley, the Flathead, Gold Creek and the Alexander. With the war, business expanded rapidly and Frank was busier than ever.
In 1942, the long hours of work and stress resulted in a near-fatal heart attack and, after six months in the hospital, he was told by heart specialists that he must never work again. After many months of slow recovery and unrelenting stress over the problems of business, he decided a little gardening might be a good therapy. The doctors said "a little gardening" might be all right. However, Frank could only operate on a grand scale, so he got the horses up from the mill and plowed up a small farm. He constructed a greenhouse and produced tomatoes in February. A little hunting and fishing sounded fine too, so he went at those in the same fashion. He built his own camper, large enough and high enough to accommodate his lankly 67' frame and travelled in comfort from river to river and lake to lake in all kinds of weather. At the age of eighty-two he fell through the ice while fishing alone on the Kootenay River. In the early fifties, the family moved to Natal and the garden there was even bigger. Evelyn by then lived in Castlegar with its great growing conditions, so Frank kept a huge garden there too, and produced the grapes and cantaloups and berries such as he had grown as a youngster in Ontario.
Pat died tragically of cancer at the age of sixty-two and just a year and a half later, at eighty-three, Frank followed.
Knight Lumber was sold to Atlas Lumber Company in 1960 and all the mill sites have since grown over and returned to their natural states. Parts of the old flume can be seen as one walks up Alexander Creek, and the small delicious trout that live in its icy waters can still provide a great meal for those with the knack of catching them.
Evelyn is now Mrs. J. H. Clarke and lives in Castlegar. They have three children.
Irene and Terry Corrigan live in West Vancouver, B.C. with their four children and George, who married Donna Gentile of Coleman, and has one son, carries on the family business tradition at Natal Forest Products in Coleman.
A daughter of Frank Knight's (Gloria) spent many years in Crowsnest, and was very much a part of the community. She now resides in Revelstoke.

Emily Jane SHEFFIELD [Parents] was born on 9 Nov 1895 in Raber, Chippewa, Michigan, USA. She died on 23 Jul 1987 in Lewiston, Idaho, USA. She was not married to Frank KNIGHT.

Other marriages:
BURNS, Arthur Morton (Shorty)
ROGERS, Harold M.

Mrs. Emily Burns was a daughter of the Sheffield's and she and husband Arthur Burns arrived in 1915.
He was a butcher by trade and the Burns had two daughters. Emily Burns lived in the district about eight years.

In loving memory of Emily J. Rogers
Born November 9, 1895 Rabor, Mich.
Passed away July 23, 1987 Lewiston, Idaho
Memorial services July 25th, 1987 3:30 p.m.
Mountain View Funeral Home, Lewiston, Idaho
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Officiating
Chaplain Gary McIntosh, St. Joseph's Regional Medical Center
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Honorary Bearers
Harold Fiveland Daryl Brown
Clayton Freeberg Dick Parish
James Taverna Aaron Freeberg
Donald Gregory R. F. Coleman
-
Musical Selections
Take My Hand Precious Lord
Beautiful Isle of Somewhere
God Be With You Till We Meet Again

OBITUARY
Emily J. Rogers, 91, Lewiston homemaker
Emily J. Rogers, a Lewiston homemaker, died Thursday morning at St. Joseph Regional Medical Center at Lewiston of cancer. She was 91
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Mrs. Rogers had lived at Lewiston for the past nine years. She was born November 9th, 1895, at Rabor, Mich., to Margaret and Arthur Sheffield. She went to school in Michigan.
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At age 16 she moved to Canada, then later to Benge, Washington and when Wynona, Washington. Mrs. Rogers lived at Spokane until moving to Lewiston.
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In 1927 she and Harold Rogers were married in Montana. He died in 1949.
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Mrs. Rogers survivors include three daughters, Marion Bone of Hillcrest, Alberta, Gloria Praill of Penticton, British Columbia, and Cora Jean Freeberg of Lewiston; one brother, Carl Sheffield of Kelowna, British Columbia; 11 grandchildren; 20 great-grandchildren; and two great great grandchildren
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A memorial service will be held Saturday at 3:30 p.m. at Mountain View Funeral Home. The Rev. Gary McIntosh of St. Joseph Regional Medical Center will officiate. She will be cremated.
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The family suggests memorials to St. Joseph Radiation Therapy Foundation at St. Joseph Regional Medical Center.

Born in Michigan.
Lived with Shorty Burns and Frank Knight, then married Harold Rogers.
She and Harold moved to Tacoma, Benge, and Wynona, where he was murdered.

They had the following children:

  F i Gloria KNIGHT (BURNS)

Harold M. ROGERS was born about 1902 in of Alberta, Canada. He died on 24 Dec 1949 in Near Winona, Whitman, Washington, USA. The cause of death was murdered defending his daughter. He married Emily Jane SHEFFIELD in 1927 in Montana, USA.

Harold Rogers was murdered in his home.
Harold heard a scream from Cora Jean's bedroom and went running in. He saw her ex-boyfriend standing at the foot of her bed pointing a shotgun at her. He turned the gun on Harold and fired, killing him.

Name : Harold M. Rogers
Death date : 24 Dec 1949
Death place : Near Winona, Whitman, Washington
Gender : Male
Race or color :
Age at death : 47 years 9 months 6 days
Estimated birth year : 1902
Birth date :
Birth place :
Marital status :
Spouse name :
Father name : Samuel Rogers
Father birth place :
Mother name : Francis Milligan
Mother birth place :
Occupation :
Street address :
Residence :
Cemetery name :
Burial place :
Burial date :
Additional relatives :
Film number : 2032818
Digital GS number : 4223278
Image number : 1643
Reference number : 22321
Collection : Washington Death Certificates, 1907-1960

Emily Jane SHEFFIELD [Parents] was born on 9 Nov 1895 in Raber, Chippewa, Michigan, USA. She died on 23 Jul 1987 in Lewiston, Idaho, USA. She married Harold M. ROGERS in 1927 in Montana, USA.

Other marriages:
BURNS, Arthur Morton (Shorty)
KNIGHT, Frank

Mrs. Emily Burns was a daughter of the Sheffield's and she and husband Arthur Burns arrived in 1915.
He was a butcher by trade and the Burns had two daughters. Emily Burns lived in the district about eight years.

In loving memory of Emily J. Rogers
Born November 9, 1895 Rabor, Mich.
Passed away July 23, 1987 Lewiston, Idaho
Memorial services July 25th, 1987 3:30 p.m.
Mountain View Funeral Home, Lewiston, Idaho
-
Officiating
Chaplain Gary McIntosh, St. Joseph's Regional Medical Center
-
Honorary Bearers
Harold Fiveland Daryl Brown
Clayton Freeberg Dick Parish
James Taverna Aaron Freeberg
Donald Gregory R. F. Coleman
-
Musical Selections
Take My Hand Precious Lord
Beautiful Isle of Somewhere
God Be With You Till We Meet Again

OBITUARY
Emily J. Rogers, 91, Lewiston homemaker
Emily J. Rogers, a Lewiston homemaker, died Thursday morning at St. Joseph Regional Medical Center at Lewiston of cancer. She was 91
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Mrs. Rogers had lived at Lewiston for the past nine years. She was born November 9th, 1895, at Rabor, Mich., to Margaret and Arthur Sheffield. She went to school in Michigan.
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At age 16 she moved to Canada, then later to Benge, Washington and when Wynona, Washington. Mrs. Rogers lived at Spokane until moving to Lewiston.
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In 1927 she and Harold Rogers were married in Montana. He died in 1949.
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Mrs. Rogers survivors include three daughters, Marion Bone of Hillcrest, Alberta, Gloria Praill of Penticton, British Columbia, and Cora Jean Freeberg of Lewiston; one brother, Carl Sheffield of Kelowna, British Columbia; 11 grandchildren; 20 great-grandchildren; and two great great grandchildren
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A memorial service will be held Saturday at 3:30 p.m. at Mountain View Funeral Home. The Rev. Gary McIntosh of St. Joseph Regional Medical Center will officiate. She will be cremated.
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The family suggests memorials to St. Joseph Radiation Therapy Foundation at St. Joseph Regional Medical Center.

Born in Michigan.
Lived with Shorty Burns and Frank Knight, then married Harold Rogers.
She and Harold moved to Tacoma, Benge, and Wynona, where he was murdered.

They had the following children:

  F i Cora Jean ROGERS

John LAHM

Leona HAGEN [Parents] was born on 9 Jul 1915 in Bay City, Michigan, USA. She died on 17 May 1991 in Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada. She married John LAHM.

Other marriages:
SHEFFIELD, Arthur Carl

Leona remarried. Her folks are in Chilliwack, B.C.

Mr. and Mrs. Russel Hagen
Mr. and Mrs. Russel Hagen bought the NW25-47-26-W4 about 1918 from Johnny Weston, During the years until 1951, they raised seven daughters and one son.
David went overseas and saw service during the Allied invasion of Italy. After the family had married and left, Mr. and Mrs. Hagen moved to an acreage in Wetaskiwin where he died three years later.
Mrs Hagen then went to Kelowna to live with Leona. Here she died in 1971.
Dorothy, Pearl and Louise have all died in their middle age. Ruby is Mrs. J.C. Hall of Red Deer, Bea lives in Clinton, B.C., Murl at Kamloops and Leona at Kelowna. She married Carl Sheffield (now deceased) and is now Mrs. John Lahm. David lives in Langley, BC.
"Tales and Trails of Millet", v.2, p.523-524


Russell HAGEN.

He had the following children:

  F i Leona HAGEN

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