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Stelting information in 'book' form, with notes included - different reports have spelling variations [Dedrick and Dedriech for example]

FIRST GENERATION

 

1. William Dedrick Stelting was born in 1796 in Germany. He died !883 in Wisconsin. "In the fall of 1855 William Dedriech Stelting located in the Town of Forest, Vernon Co., [WI] with two of his sons, William and Frederick, and his two daughters, Mary and Salinda. They had come from Hendricks Co., Indiana, to begin life anew in the wilderness of timber that covered Forest Township. William Sr., the father, was born in German in 1796 and immigrated to the USA in 1838. He stopped in Pennsylvania and Maryland and finally settled in Indiana in 1839. In Indiana he lost his wife Elizabeth (she died). She was born in Germany in 1802 and died April 1854. Soon after her death he moved to Wisconsin, coming first to Dane Co. and then in the fall of 1855 to Forest Township. The father lived with his son, William Jr. until the time of his death in Feb. 1883."

 

This from Charlotte, via Clayton Arthur Stelting to Teresa Stelting

 

He was married to Sophia Elizabeth ? in 1827 in Preussen, Germany. Sophia Elizabeth ? was born in 1802 in Germany. She died in Apr 1854 in Indiana. William Dedrick Stelting and Sophia Elizabeth ? had the following children:

 

+2 i. William C. Stelting.

+3 ii. Augustus Stelting.

+4 iii. Frederick K. Stelting.

+5 iv. Serena Salinda Stelting.

+6 v. Mary Ann Stelting.

 

 

 

SECOND GENERATION

 

2. William C. Stelting was born on 28 Sep 1828 in Preussen Germany. He died in 1913 in Loon Lake Cemetery, Loon Lake, Washington. William Jr was born in Prussia 28 Sept. 1828. He moved to Wisconsin with his father and built his home west of the Burr schoolhouse. He married Sarah Markee who was born 2 Feb 1842 and they were married 20 Dec 1860 (might have been 26th). To them 18 children were born of which the following grew to maturity: (Some birthdates are missing so not sure of order)

 

William Jr moved to Loon Lake, Wa. and located about 1.5 miles due east of the original town in 1910 or 1911, where he raised his family. The two story house still stands today on the north side of the road (per Art Stelting 1996 -- that is Clayton Arthur Stelting).

 

He was married to Sarah Ann Markee on 20 Dec 1860. Sarah Ann Markee was born on 2 Feb 1841 in ?. She died on 19 Aug 1932 in Loon Lake Cemetery, Loon Lake, Washington. William C. Stelting and Sarah Ann Markee had the following children:

 

+7 i. Permelia Stelting.

+8 ii. Otto Stelting.

9 iii. Nilla Stelting was born on 6 Aug 1869.

10 iv. Witto Stelting was born on 6 Aug 1869. He died in 1939 in Loon Lake Cemetery, Loon Lake, Washington. Never married

11 v. Millie Stelting.

12 vi. Alpharetta Stelting was born in 1873. She died in 1945 in Loon Lake Cemetery, Loon Lake, Washington. Never married

+13 vii. Essie Stelting.

+14 viii. Waldo Herbert Stelting.

15 ix. Mae Stelting was born in 1872. She died in 1958 in Loon Lake Cemetery, Loon Lake, Washington. Never married, she was a school teacher

+16 x. Mertella Stelting.

+17 xi. Lesetta Stelting.

+18 xii. Loretta Stelting.

+19 xiii. Wilhemina Stelting.

20 xiv. Freda Stelting.

+21 xv. Eunice Stelting.

 

3. Augustus Stelting was born on 9 Jun 1831 in Leipzig, Sach, Germany. August was born in Prussia in 1831. He came to Wisconsin from Indianapolis after his father and brothers and sisters settled here. He resided on what is known as the Sam Farra farm for a few years and then moved back to Indianapolis, where in later years he died. He was married to Melinda [there are records for an August that show him married to a Renata Foth ... ??]. They had six children, two boys and four girls...missing name of 4th girl.

 

He was married to Melinda ?. Augustus Stelting and Melinda had the following children:

 

22 i. Alfred Stelting.

23 ii. Arthur Stelting.

+24 iii. Hattie Stelting.

25 iv. Josephine Stelting.

26 v. Sue Stelting.

 

4. Frederick K. Stelting was born in 1833 in Preussen Germany. He died in 1915 in Loon Lake Cemetery, Loon Lake, Washington. He married Maranda Markee of Burr, Wisconsin. He built his first home near that of his brother, William. They had eight children. [see charts]

NOTE: this makes 8 children but dates do not quite agree with Art's since supposedly Maranda died in childbirth with 8th child. The only one Art did not mention was Edith...interersting. to continue with Charlotte's account:

Maranda [Miranda] died at the birth of the eighth child on 2 June 1887. Frederick then married Ida Malosh. They had seven children. He had started to build his new home before the death of Maranda but it was not completed until after his marriage to Ida.

 

Frederick sold his farm in Forest Township and moved to Tennessee. Later they moved to Loon Lake, WA where they both died.

 

One report says he was born in 1834?

 

(Heresay is that Ida was a housekeeper for the family while Maranda was still alive. He started to build his new home before the death of Maranda, but did not complete it until after he and Ida were married. No marriage date available.

 

Frederick and Ida then moved Tuuahome, TN where they settled and began raising his second family, 3 boys and 4 girls. In about 1912 they followed his brother William's footsteps to Loon Lake, WA. where according to William there was a paradise with good soil, lots of land available, etc. They gave up their beautiful home and farm and moved west in high hopes of bettering themselves. Apparently they ended up with hardly enough to keep the family in food and clothing. Their first home was about 1 mile south of Loon Lake on the south side of what is now called Grote Road and about 1 mile west of highway 395 where he planted an orchard, some of which still remains. For reasons known only to them, they built another home across the little valley and across the railroad tracks among some huge boulders which seems a very unlikely place to build a home. Both places have long since been destroyed by fire.

 

Frederick died in 1915, and is buried in the Loon Lake cemetery. Ida then moved to Clayton WA where she lived til her death on 20 Feb 1928.

 

He was married to Maranda Markee on 7 Feb 1863. Maranda Markee was born in 1845. She died on 2 Jun 1887. Birthdate discrepances... 1844 or 1845. died at birth of 8th child Frederick K. Stelting and Maranda Markee had the following children:

 

27 i. Austin Stelting was born on 25 Mar 1877. He died on 7 Nov 1887. 9 yrs 7 months 13 days at death....

28 ii. Edith Stelting was born on 2 Jun 1887. She died in 1895. This is presumed to be the 8th child, born when Maranda died.

+29 iii. Herman Stelting.

30 iv. Oscar Stelting was born on 14 May 1865. He died on 8 Mar 1871. 5 yrs 9 months 22 days old at death

31 v. Adolph Stelting was born on 12 Aug 1870. He died on 15 Dec 1870. 4 months 3 days at death... back counted for birthdate

32 vi. Alice Stelting was born on 20 Aug 1867. She died on 6 Mar 1871. 3 yrs 6 months and 14 days old at death

33 vii. Bird Stelting was born on 8 Sep 1874. She died on 27 Dec 1874. 3 months 19 days at death.... computed birthdate from that

34 viii. Elsie Stelting was born on 18 May 1880. She died on 6 Apr 1881. 10 months 19 days at death [computed birthdate from that]

 

He was married to Ida Malosh ?. Ida Malosh was born on 6 Apr 1858. She died on 21 Feb 1928 in buried in Trysl Cemetery/Mt. Zion, Clayton, WA. (Heresay is that Ida was a housekeeper for the family while Maranda was still alive. He started to build his new home before the death of Maranda, but did not complete it until after he and Ida were married. No marriage date available.

 

Frederick and Ida then moved Tuuahome, TN where they settled and began raising his second family, 3 boys and 4 girls. In about 1912 they followed his brother William's footsteps to Loon Lake, WA. where according to William there was a paradise with good soil, lots of land available, etc. They gave up their beautiful home and farm and moved west in high hopes of bettering themselves. Apparently they ended up with hardly enough to keep the family in food and clothing. Their first home was about 1 mile west of highway 395 where he planted an orchard, some of which still remains. For reasons known only to them, they built another home across the little valley and across the railroad tracks among some huge boulders which seems a very unlikely place to build a home. Both places have long since been destroyed by fire.

 

Frederick died in 1915, and is buried in the Loon Lake cemetery. Ida then moved to Clayton WA where she lived til her death on 20 Feb 1928. Frederick K. Stelting and Ida Malosh had the following children:

 

+35 i. Russel Stelting.

36 ii. Emma Stelting died in 1888. She was born on 23 Feb 1888. died in infancy

37 iii. Grace Stelting was born in 1890. She died in 1892.

+38 iv. Grover Stelting.

+39 v. Ernest (James?) Stelting.

+40 vi. Ruby Stelting.

+41 vii. Bernice Stelting.

 

5. Serena Salinda Stelting was born on 19 Dec 1840 in Jackson, IN. She died in 1875. Serena Salinda married husband #2 after the death of husband #1, reason for death unknown.

 

Salinda was born in Plainfield, IN, moved with her family to Wisconsin in 1855. She married James Williams and had three children. Only have info on Cynthia at this time.

 

 

 

She was married to James P. Williams on 26 Jun 1858 in Vernon, WI. James P. Williams died on 9 Mar 1865 in Baltimore, Maryland. Mr. Williams joined the Army in 1864 and became a member of Company K, 6th Wisconsin Infantry. He was wounded in the engagement at Hatcher's Run which resulted in his death 9 March 1865 at Baltimore, MD. Serena Salinda Stelting and James P. Williams had the following children:

 

+42 i. Cynthia Williams.

 

She was married to John William Jones ?. John William Jones was born in 1852. He died in 1902. Serena Salinda Stelting and John William Jones had the following children:

 

+43 i. Odessa Jones.

44 ii. Nathan Jones.

45 iii. Tom Jones.

 

6. Mary Ann Stelting was born on 3 Apr 1842 in Jackson, IN. She died in 1922 in Forest Twp., WI. Two born dates, one a christening? 28 Mar 1841 and 3 Apr 1842 ?? married Jonas and had 8 children? Check Hubbard database.

 

She was married to Jonas Hubbard 1865 ?.

 

 

 

THIRD GENERATION

 

7. Permelia Stelting was born on 28 Dec 1861 in Forest Twp., Vernon, WI. She died on 26 Feb 1911. Two children of this union, no info currently

 

Birthdates vary.... Sept or Dec???

 

She was married to Oscar Noyes on 19 Oct 1884. Oscar Noyes was born on 13 Sep 1857. He died on 2 Jan 1940. Permelia Stelting and Oscar Noyes had the following children:

 

+46 i. Blanche Noyes.

+47 ii. Murrel Noyes.

 

8. Otto Stelting was born in 1864. He died in 1928 in Loon Lake Cemetery/Loon Lake, Washington. three children....Frank, Mae and Freda

 

He was married to Millie Decker ?. Otto Stelting and Millie Decker had the following children:

 

48 i. Frank Stelting.

49 ii. Maye Stelting.

50 iii. Freda Stelting.

 

13. Essie Stelting. They homesteaded in South Dakota and had 4 children. lived in a sod shanty. eventually built a frame house and thought they were going to blow away! Used old sod shanty for storm shelter etc as it was built partly below ground. Edward Brixey visited Teresa & Herbert Stelting in Freewater, OR about 1947, after Essie's death, and shared this information with the family.

 

Lived in Hettinger, South Dakota... (she is the one who did genealogy - would be wonderful to find that!)

 

She was married to Edward Brixey ?.

 

14. Waldo Herbert Stelting was born on 25 Aug 1879. He died on 19 Aug 1932 in Spokane, Washington, buried in Loon Lake Cemetery. Conflicting reports show place of death to be Spokane not Clayton, Washington

He was buried in cemetary at Loon Lake,Wa

 

He was married to Verna Mae Willard on 25 Dec 1914 in Clayton , Washington. Verna Mae Willard was born on 4 Jun 1894 in Wisconsin. She died in Jul 1976 in National City, California. Waldo Herbert Stelting and Verna Mae Willard had the following children:

 

51 i. William S. Stelting was born on 28 Sep 1915 in Clayton , Washington. He died on 28 Sep 1915 in Clayton , Washington.

+52 ii. Mr. Herbert Willard Stelting.

+53 iii. Vera Beth Stelting.

 

16. Mertella Stelting was born in 1883. She died in 1930.

 

She was married to George Hurd ?.

 

17. Lesetta Stelting was born on 5 Jul 1885. Two children

 

She was married to Albert Brieding ?. Lesetta Stelting and Albert Brieding had the following children:

 

54 i. Sarah Brieding. Died at the age of 2 years, no birthdate

+55 ii. Mittie Brieding.

 

18. Loretta Stelting was born in 1886. She died on 15 Apr 1907. Two children, lived in Tennessee....

 

She was married to Frank Rutherford ?. Loretta Stelting and Frank Rutherford had the following children:

 

+56 i. Keith Rutherford.

+57 ii. Zelia Rutherford.

 

19. Wilhemina Stelting.

 

She was married to Laurence Martin ?.

 

21. Eunice Stelting was born in 1892. She died in 1968 in Spokane, Washington. Two children, Bill & Marcie, lived in Spokane, had a snow apple tree in back yard.

 

She was married to Maurice Joseph Morod ?. Eunice Stelting and Maurice Joseph Morod had the following children:

 

58 i. William C. Morod.

59 ii. Marcy Morod.

 

24. Hattie Stelting.

 

She was married to Joe Maynard ?.

 

29. Herman Stelting was born in 1863. He died on 16 Feb 1896. 31 yrs when died...birthdate estimated

 

Herman married Matilda Brieding and established his home near his Uncle, William Stelting. They had two children, the oldest died in infancy, Hazel married Isiah Bucher. Herman died in 1896 and his wife in 1922

 

He was married to Matilda Brieding ?. Matilda Brieding died on 7 May 1922. Herman Stelting and Matilda Brieding had the following children:

 

+60 i. Hazel Stelting.

 

35. Russel Stelting was born on 30 Aug 1886. He died on 15 Dec 1967 in buried at -Port Orchard, WA.

 

Russel Stelting and Rita Lilly had the following children:

 

+61 i. Wayne Stelting.

+62 ii. Margaret Stelting.

 

38. Grover Stelting was born on 24 Jun 1893. He died on 4 Dec 1963 in buried in Eugene, OR. Buried in Eugene, OR

 

Grover Stelting and Katherine Bankey had the following children:

 

+63 i. Edward Stelting.

+64 ii. Bonnie Stelting.

+65 iii. Janice Joyanne Stelting.

 

39. Ernest (James?) Stelting was born on 24 Jan 1897. He died on 18 Dec 1984 in Trysl Cemetery/Mt. Zion, Clayton, WA. Also known Mt. Zion Cemetery, near Clayton, Wa.

 

note on headstone: Private US Army WWII

 

He was married to Ruth Josephine Olson on 28 Jun 1922. Ruth Josephine Olson was born on 19 May 1901. She died on 2 Nov 1993 in buried in Trysl cemetery, Clayton, WA. Ernest (James?) Stelting and Ruth Josephine Olson had the following children:

 

+66 i. Clayton Arthur Stelting.

67 ii. Marvin Stelting was born on 3 Jan 1926. He died on 29 Dec 1928 in buried in Trysl Cemetery/Mt. Zion, Clayton, WA.

 

40. Ruby Stelting was born on 16 Apr 1898. She died on 16 Oct 1978 in buried in Trysl cemetery, Clayton, WA.

 

Ruby Stelting and Stanley Throop had the following children:

 

+68 i. Frederick Arthur Throop.

+69 ii. Virginia Claudia Throop.

 

41. Bernice Stelting was born on 16 Jun 1902. She died on 18 Jul 1984 in buried in Trysl cemetery, Clayton, WA.

 

Halvor Westby died in buried in Trysl Cemetery/Mt. Zion, Clayton, WA. Bernice Stelting and Halvor Westby had the following children:

 

+70 i. Donald Duane Westby.

 

42. Cynthia Williams was born on 20 Mar 1860. She died on 3 Oct 1921. They lived in Marinette and had four children

 

She was married to Charles Petzloff on 11 Apr 1883 in DeLavan, Wisconsin. Cynthia Williams and Charles Petzloff had the following children:

 

+71 i. Albert A. Petzloff.

+72 ii. James Petzloff.

+73 iii. Elsie Petzloff.

+74 iv. Cynthia Petzloff.

+75 v. Mary Petzloff.

 

43. Odessa Jones. Odessa Jones Anderson.... would indicate this was a female, who then married an Anderson.

 

 

 

 

 

FOURTH GENERATION

 

46. Blanche Noyes was born on 23 Oct 1885. She died on 5 May 1921.

 

She was married to William Maychien on 16 Jul 1906. Blanche Noyes and William Maychien had the following children:

 

+76 i. Lodene Maychien.

+77 ii. Curtis Maychien.

+78 iii. Esther Maychien.

+79 iv. Laverne Maychien.

+80 v. Lydia Maychien.

 

47. Murrel Noyes was born on 9 Feb 1895.

 

She was married to William Travers on 6 Jun 1928. Murrel Noyes and William Travers had the following children:

 

+81 i. Marvel Travers.

+82 ii. Mervan Travers.

 

52. Herbert Willard Stelting was born on 25 Mar 1918 in Vancouver, Washington. He died on 16 Feb 1988 in Grandview, Idaho. Herb lived with his parents as they moved around the NorthWest and at one time lived at Loon Lake but it seems they never stayed long in one

place. Not sure when but his parents were divorced before 1932 and Herb then lived with his mother and her parents. When he was 14 his father died and shortly thereafter Herb ran away from home. Seems his grandmother had a bad habit of finding him jobs with good(?) church members and then making sure they paid her. Anyway he found work at a ranch on Butter Creek near Hermiston where they gave him a home ,room and board and he was able to do his work and attend school. I think they gave him some money too so he could buy school clothes etc. (I cannot remember their names but I did meet them, still living at the same place after WW11 ) The local sheriff came looking for Herb, at the bequest of his grandmother, but when he found out the reasons for his runaway and the fact that he was working as well as going to school he never told the family of Herb's whereabouts. He just told them he was in good hands and doing well. Herb's father had given him a piece of advice which he never forgot - it was:" When you get a joblearn all you can about it and do good work even if you find you don't like it. Then go onto something else and do likewise, this way when jobs are very hard to get you will have had experience and always be able to get work because of that fact." Herb was born with itchy feet and an inquiring mind so it was not hard for him to take his Dad's advice. In the succeeding years he did do a number of things, worked in a bakery, picked fruit, milked cows, worked on a turkey farm andheaven knows what else. By the time he was 17 he had his own gypo logging outfit. Seems he talked the local banker into loaning him the money to buy a truck and a Cat etc. Then procured a timber sale from the Forest, hired fallers and a crew including a cook and began logging in the Blue Mountanins. Must have made money since he was able to pay off the loan and the men and had money to live on. For fun he rode bucking horses at local rodeos and even competed at Pendleton winning a Hanley saddle. Later on he went into partnership with one of the Gilliland boys and they had a sawmill in the Blues." (notes by Teresa Davies Stelting)

 

 

He was married to the Honorable Teresa Mary Davies, Justice of the Peace (daughter of Mr. William Davies Esquire and Mrs. Annie Bedelia Wightman) on 9 May 1945 in Frinton-on-Sea, Essex, England. Teresa Mary Davies was born in 1923 in Frinton-on-Sea, Essex, England. She was also known as Mother Teresa! The following article appeared in the Hells Canyon Journal in 1998....

Pine Eagle Justice of the Peace Is Also a World War II Veteran

by Patti Walker of the Hells Canyon Journal

 

Veteran's Day is a time to pause and think about war, peace and those who served. Today we salute all the men and women who have courageously served, and focus on one special valley resident who spent World War II under a veil of constant bombing.

Teresa Davies Stelting, known to many here as Justice Stelting, was just 15 when war broke out in Europe. She was 17 when she donned a uniform and began serving England in the Women's Auxiliary Air Force (WAAF), of the Royal Air Force.

Bombing of England was widespread and devastating. But Leading Air Craft Woman (LACW) Davies, along with other women in the Auxiliary, did their best to identify and manually plot the location, approaching direction, numbers and height of incoming enemy aircraft. Connected via telephone to visual lookouts and radar sites, the critical plotted information was then transmitted to English pilots. Air attacks were carried out against the enemy aircraft, hopefully destroying them before they could unload their deadly baggage onto the English countryside.

"It's hard to tell someone who hasn't been through it, what the war was like, or what we did in Radar Operations (the control room). It was tense, hectic, scary and sad, all at the same time,' recalled Teresa Davies Stelting. "We worked an irregular watch system without much time off, not getting a lot of sleep. And you knew where people were getting bombed - it could be your parents, your hometown.'

American servicemen took over the Radar Operations at Stelting's base in Debden, England, and she trained them, including an American Indian named Lieutenant Tee Hee who only grunted in response to her instructions. She chuckles at the memory and still wonders if he understood what she was saying.

LACW Davies (Stelting) then moved to an experimental radar station in Kent, England. She worked with an improved radar system that gave the English the capacity to control their own planes offensively, instead of just tracking incoming planes. Working at the radar station, though, didn't guarantee safety from the brutal bombing attacks.

"The installation where I was stationed was hit," said Stelting. "But the scariest night I ever spent was in the air raid shelter. We knew others had been hit, some buried alive. I was lucky, I guess, my name wasn't on any bombs. The wartime joke was that if your name is on it, you'll get it!" Stelting, who isn't much interested in war movies - although she's glad more factual ones like "Saving Private Ryan' are being made that show youngsters the realities of war - didn't want to talk about the war after it ended. She was ready to move on.

Her memories, however, are far from bleak. She grew up in the war, made good friends and learned lessons that she says have served her well throughout her lifetime. The most enduring of which is "you only have today.'

"The only time we have is now,' Stelting emphasizes. "We can plan for tomorrow, look back at yesterday. But the war taught me that there isn't always room for second chances." She lives by this wisdom and often tries to share it with friends who are worried.

"I ask them if it's a case of life and death,' she said. "Usually it's not, and it is amazing what we can live through."

Teresa was recently honored with two medals most of her fellow service women got shortly after the war. She left England after the end of the war and was unaware that the medals were awarded until a friend mentioned it. At the urging of her daughter, she inquired via computer e-mail. The Defense Medal and the War Medal from the Under Secretary of State in England, awarded in honor of her service, arrived this summer. It took 53 years, 11 months from the time the war ended to get her recognition.

"It's a little late, but that's alright," said Stelting who wasn't initially interested. "I was surprised at their weight.

They're heavy - [high] quality. I felt good about it - kind of proud."

Teresa Davies became Teresa Stelting when she married an American GI and came to the United States in 1946. She became a U.S. citizen in Alaska in 1957 and was proud to become an American. Stelting, who was homesteading in a remote area of the Alaskan territory, first arranged to go to the naturalization service in Skagway by boat. The boat didn't show, but luckily a bush pilot friend who saw she wasn't in attendance, arranged with the judge to wait, and flew in to get her.

Stelting's life has been as interesting as her wartime experiences. Her election in 1995 to the Pine Valley Justice Court is only part of a varied life, lived with gusto. In fact, she has been encouraged to write her memoirs. Let's hope she does."

Herbert Willard Stelting and Teresa Mary Davies had the following children:

 

+83 i. Denise Ann Stelting.

84 ii. Richard William Stelting was born on 9 Jan 1949 in Port Chilkoot, Haines, Alaska. He died on 9 Jan 1949 in Port Chilkoot, Haines. Alaska.

+85 iii. Linda Mary Stelting.

+86 iv. Nancy Helen Stelting.

+87 v. Ruth Verna Stelting.

 

53. Vera Beth Stelting was born in 1925 in College Place, WA.

 

She was married to Thomas Miller ?. Vera Beth Stelting and Thomas Miller had the following children:

 

88 i. Marvin Miller.

89 ii. Martha Miller.

90 iii. Mark Miller.

 

55. Mittie Brieding.

 

She was married to Anton Stenerson on 30 Mar 1907. Anton Stenerson died on 17 Sep 1910. Mittie Brieding and Anton Stenerson had the following children:

 

+91 i. Clifford Stenerson.

+92 ii. Nellie Stenerson.

 

She was married to Henry Taylor on 17 Nov 1912. Henry Taylor died on 27 Apr 1936. Mittie Brieding and Henry Taylor had the following children:

 

+93 i. Archie Taylor.

+94 ii. Josephine Taylor.

+95 iii. Irene Taylor.

+96 iv. Jay Taylor.

97 v. Joey Taylor was born on 25 Jun 1921. He died on 22 Jan 1933.

+98 vi. Roy Taylor.

 

56. Keith Rutherford.

 

 

 

57. Zelia Rutherford.

 

She was married to Harry Zachow in 1921 in Spokane, Washington. Zelia Rutherford and Harry Zachow had the following children:

 

+99 i. Charlotte Zachow.

 

60. Hazel Stelting.

 

 

 

61. Wayne Stelting was born on 6 Jul 1925. Wayne was living in Yakima Wa in 1996 per Art Stelting

 

Dorothy was born on 11 Jan 1928.

 

62. Margaret Stelting. Margaret lived in Mabton, Wa (1996 per Art Stelting)

 

 

 

63. Edward Stelting was born in 1928. Lives with Irene in Noti, OR , married to Irene who was born in 1930. Edward Stelting and Irene had the following children:

 

+100 i. Dalene Stelting.

 

64. Bonnie Stelting.

 

 

 

65. Janice Joyanne Stelting was born in 1932. Joy (Janice) and her husband Bill live in Roseburg , OR

Wilbur L. Lincoln was born in 1936. Janice Joyanne Stelting and Wilbur L. Lincoln had the following children:

 

+101 i. Anna K. Lincoln.

+102 ii. Todd L. Lincoln.

103 iii. Paula M. Lincoln was born in 1962.

104 iv. Carol L. Lincoln was born in 1964.

 

66. Clayton Arthur Stelting was born on 8 Jun 1924. Clayton Arthur lives in Spokane (per Art!! but has Loon Lake address!)

 

From Art: "Grew up in Clayton, WA, joined the marine corps upon graduation in 1942, served in three separate landings in Bougainville (Solomon Islands), Guam & Iwo Jima. discharged in June 1946. Back to Clayton, WA where I worked at the brick plant for two years. Worked for what is now US West for 34 years, and retired in Nov 1982. Have two children, Lori works for US West in Spokane [as of his letter 6/15/96 to Teresa Stelting] and Marc with the US Border Patrol in Yuma, AZ, which is one reason for me going south in the winter months. Neither of them are married, after marital problems for both of them, whats new in this day and age??? My first wife Donna passed away in June of 1993 after 43 years of marriage. I remarried in February of last year (1995), to an acquaintance of mine who lost her husband in 1991. He was also was retired from US West."

"One of these days I will go over and get a picture of the old Stelting place. It has been remodeled quite extensively in the interior, but the outside is pretty much as it always has been, although much better than in the old days. I also go to the cemetery and clean that up at least yearly and leave a couple of bouquets of flowers on the plots so that it looks halfway decent. We cousins chipped in and I had a stone made up for our Granddad about 4 years ago. I never could figure why he never had a stone after all these years."

 

He was married to DonnaBelle Kreager on 20 Aug 1948. DonnaBelle Kreager was born on 8 Nov 1930. She died on 24 Jun 1993 in buried in Trysl Cemetery/Mt. Zion, Clayton, WA. Clayton Arthur Stelting and DonnaBelle Kreager had the following children:

 

105 i. Lori Lynette Stelting was born on 6 Sep 1954. Lori lived in Spokane in 1996 (per Art).

+106 ii. Marc Stephan Stelting.

 

He was married to Anna Hills Runkel on 27 Feb 1995. Anna Hills Runkel was born on 19 Oct 1928.

 

68. Frederick Arthur Throop was born on 4 Jun 1922. He died on 31 Dec 1978.

 

Jeanne was born on 21 Sep 1921. married in Belgium in WWII, and then divorced..... ?? no dates here Frederick Arthur Throop and Jeanne had the following children:

 

+107 i. Frederick Maurice Throop.

+108 ii. Pamela Lynn Throop.

+109 iii. Colin Bruce Throop.

 

69. Virginia Claudia Throop was born in 1934. Virgina lives in Ferndale, Wa (1996 per Art)

 

Ronald Alfred Gilmore was born in 1935.

 

70. Donald Duane Westby was born in 1937. Living in Auburn, WA (1996 per Art)

He was married to Faye in 1995.

He was previously married to and divorced from Louise May ??. Donald Duane Westby and Louise May had the following children:

 

110 i. Duane Allen Westby was born in 1960.

111 ii. Teresa Ann Westby was born in 1963.

112 iii. Michelle Renee Westby was born in 1964.

 

71. Albert A. Petzloff was born on 3 Dec 1887.

 

He was married to Lucy Klein on 10 Mar 1910.

 

72. James Petzloff was born on 1 Jun 1892. He died on 28 Jul 1932.

 

Lillian Greenwood died in 1940. Lillian came from Two Rivers. They had 6 children, 5 boys and 1 girl.

 

James Petzloff and Anna Jones had the following children:

 

+113 i. Hazel Petzloff.

+114 ii. Linnie Petzloff.

 

73. Elsie Petzloff was born on 14 Dec 1896.

 

She was married to Don Martindale on 23 Mar 1914. Elsie Petzloff and Don Martindale had the following children:

 

115 i. Don A Martindale was born on 9 Feb 1915. Whenever Charlotte's notes were made, this man was teaching at the U of Wisc and working on his Phd.

+116 ii. Amy Martindale.

+117 iii. Nina Mae Martindale.

118 iv. Raymond Martindale was born on 20 Sep 1919.

+119 v. Carol Jane Martindale.

120 vi. Joan Martindale was born on 13 Mar 1929.

121 vii. Lois Ann Martindale was born on 11 Oct 1930.

122 viii. Marvin Martindale was born on 25 Aug 1932.

123 ix. David Allen Martindale was born on 13 Apr 1935.

 

74. Cynthia Petzloff was born on 24 Feb 1898. Lived at Neenah, Wisconsin, had one child

 

She was married to George Rudebach on 4 Oct 1917. Cynthia Petzloff and George Rudebach had the following children:

 

124 i. Arthur Rudebach was born on 20 Jun 1924.

 

75. Mary Petzloff. married George Corton, had two children

Mary Petzloff and George Corton had the following children:

+125 i. Elsie Corton.

+126 ii. Ralph Corton.