Thomas Carnes Waldrep1

(16 February 1889 - 7 October 1959)
     Thomas Carnes Waldrep was born on February 16, 1889 in Moulton, Lawrence County, Alabama.
     Thomas married Lou Esther Fink, daughter of Gottlob Heinrich Fink and Bennettie Nave, on March 21, 1917 in Edmond, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma. Thomas Carnes Waldrep was registered for World War I draft on June 5, 1917 in Shawnee, Potowatamie County, Oklahoma.1 Thomas died on October 7, 1959 in Shawnee, Potowatome County, Oklahoma, at age 70.2 He was buried in Fairview Cemetery, Shawnee, Potowatamie County, Oklahoma.2

Census & Tax Records, Directories

YearLocationHead of Household
1940Shawnee, Potowatamie County, Oklahoma, at 1200 North BroadwayThomas Carnes Waldrep3

Child of Thomas Carnes Waldrep and Lou Esther Fink

Citations

  1. [S8342] US World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918, Ancestry.com, Thomas Carnes Waldrep, b Feb 16, 1889, Alabama.
  2. [S8314] FindaGrave.com website,, Thomas Carnes Waldrep, Fairview Cemetery, Shawnee, Oklahoma.
  3. [S8344] 1940 US Census of Pottawatomie County, Oklahoma, ED 63-59, sh 10-B, lines 75-77, fam 244.

Dorothy Elizabeth Waldrep

(4 November 1921 - 5 September 2012)
     Dorothy Elizabeth Waldrep was born on November 4, 1921 in Shawnee, Potowatome County, Oklahoma.1 She was the daughter of Thomas Carnes Waldrep and Lou Esther Fink.
     Dorothy married George Earl Defenbaugh on September 11, 1943 in Enid, Garfield County, Oklahoma.2 Dorothy died on September 5, 2012 in Houston, Harris County, Texas, at age 90.3,1 She was buried in Fairview Cemetery, Shawnee, Potowatamie County, Oklahoma.1

Census & Tax Records, Directories

YearLocationHead of Household
1940Shawnee, Potowatamie County, Oklahoma, at 1200 North BroadwayThomas Carnes Waldrep4

Children of Dorothy Elizabeth Waldrep and George Earl Defenbaugh

  • George Earl Defenbaugh Jr.
  • Louise Defenbaugh

Citations

  1. [S8314] FindaGrave.com website,, Dorothy Waldrep Defenbaugh, Fairview Cemetery, Shawnee, Oklahoma.
  2. [S8123] Family group sheet prepared by Dorothy Elizabeth Waldrep Defenbaugh dtd 1-3-97, unknown publish date.
  3. [S8117] Personal knowledge of Genevieve Willett Slade, unknown publish date.
  4. [S8344] 1940 US Census of Pottawatomie County, Oklahoma, ED 63-59, sh 10-B, lines 75-77, fam 244.

George Earl Defenbaugh

(28 July 1921 - 1 September 2012)
     George Earl Defenbaugh was born on July 28, 1921 in Copan, Washington County, Oklahoma.1
     George married Dorothy Elizabeth Waldrep, daughter of Thomas Carnes Waldrep and Lou Esther Fink, on September 11, 1943 in Enid, Garfield County, Oklahoma.2 George died on September 1, 2012 in Houston, Harris County, Texas, at age 91.1,3 He was buried in Fairview Cemetery, Shawnee, Potowatamie County, Oklahoma.1

Children of George Earl Defenbaugh and Dorothy Elizabeth Waldrep

  • George Earl Defenbaugh Jr.
  • Louise Defenbaugh

Citations

  1. [S8314] FindaGrave.com website,, George E Defenbaugh, Fairview Cemetery, Shawnee, Oklahoma.
  2. [S8123] Family group sheet prepared by Dorothy Elizabeth Waldrep Defenbaugh dtd 1-3-97, unknown publish date.
  3. [S8117] Personal knowledge of Genevieve Willett Slade, unknown publish date.

Rev. William Pommerenke1

(14 July 1867 - 10 June 1947)
     Rev. William Pommerenke was born on July 14, 1867 in Mecklenburg, Germany.2 William was in seminary in Missouri, assigned as a student (practice preaching) to Oregon, MO, where he met Ernestine Fink.1
     William married Rosine Ernestine Fink, daughter of Heinrich Fink and Rosina Elizabeth Eisele, in 1899 in Nodaway Township, Holt County, Missouri.1,3 Rev. William Pommerenke was minister. William died on June 10, 1947 at age 79. He was buried in Greenwood Cemetery, Clay Center, Butler County, Kansas.4

Census & Tax Records, Directories

YearLocationHead of Household
1900Larned, Pawnee County, KansasRev. William Pommerenke3

Children of Rev. William Pommerenke and Rosine Ernestine Fink

  • Herbert Henry Pommerenke b. June 23, 1900, d. April 14, 1978
  • Wesley Theodore Pommerenke b. December 11, 1902, d. November 18, 1961
  • Bertha Emily Pommerenke b. April 3, 1903, d. May 17, 1995
  • Esther Gertrude Pommerenke b. October 18, 1904, d. December 2, 1994
  • Martin William Pommerenke b. April 8, 1906
  • Gustave Adolf Pommerenke b. March 20, 1912
  • Irene Louise Pommerenke b. September 24, 1914

Citations

  1. [S8359] Esther Pommerenke Larson.
  2. [S8345] Findagrave.com,, Rev Johann Heinrich Wilhelm Pommerenke, tombstone, Greenwood Cemetery, Clay Center, Kansas.
  3. [S8367] 1900 US Census of Pawnee County, Kansas, ED 169, sh 14-B, lines 62-63, dwl 321, fam 326, Ernestine & William Pommerenke.
  4. [S9] https://www.findagrave.com/,, Rev Johann Heinrich Wilhelm “William” Pommerenke, Greenwood Cemetery, Clay Center, Kansas.

Rosine Ernestine Fink

(24 December 1874 - 23 October 1942)
     Rosine Ernestine Fink was born on December 24, 1874 in Mundelsheim, Wurtemberg, Germany. She was the daughter of Heinrich Fink and Rosina Elizabeth Eisele. Rosine Ernestine Fink immigrated with Heinrich Fink from from Bremen, Germany aboard the ship Salier, arriving to Castle Gardens, New York City, New York, on March 29, 1881.1 Rosine Ernestine Fink was baptized on March 29, 1881 in Port of New York, New York City, New York County, New York.2
     Rosine married Rev. William Pommerenke in 1899 in Nodaway Township, Holt County, Missouri.3,4 Married in Fink home. Rosine died on October 23, 1942 at age 675 and was buried in Greenwood Cemetery, Clay Center, Butler County, Kansas.5

Census & Tax Records, Directories

YearLocationHead of Household
1900Larned, Pawnee County, KansasRev. William Pommerenke4

Children of Rosine Ernestine Fink and Rev. William Pommerenke

  • Herbert Henry Pommerenke b. June 23, 1900, d. April 14, 1978
  • Wesley Theodore Pommerenke b. December 11, 1902, d. November 18, 1961
  • Bertha Emily Pommerenke b. April 3, 1903, d. May 17, 1995
  • Esther Gertrude Pommerenke b. October 18, 1904, d. December 2, 1994
  • Martin William Pommerenke b. April 8, 1906
  • Gustave Adolf Pommerenke b. March 20, 1912
  • Irene Louise Pommerenke b. September 24, 1914

Citations

  1. [S8354] http://www.castlegarden.org website search: Gottlob Fink, age 10, Heinrich Fink Family arrived Castle Gardens, Mar 29, 1881, from Bremen, Germany, aboard Salier.
  2. [S8118] Manifest of Passengers on board SS Salier from Bremen, Germany, arriving in Port of New York on 29 March 1881., unknown publish date, passenger # 259.
  3. [S8359] Esther Pommerenke Larson.
  4. [S8367] 1900 US Census of Pawnee County, Kansas, ED 169, sh 14-B, lines 62-63, dwl 321, fam 326, Ernestine & William Pommerenke.
  5. [S8345] Findagrave.com,, Ernestine Rosine (Fink) Pommerenke, tombstone, Greenwood Cemetery, Clay Center, Kansas.

Howard Slade1

(April 1896 - )
     Howard Slade was born in April, 1896 in New York.2 He was the son of Howard Slade and Mary Gillick.1 Howard Slade registered for WWI draft indicates that he supports his widowed mother. on June 5, 1917 at New York City, New York.3
     Howard Slade registered for the draft for World War II in 1942, while living at Bronx, New York, next of kin Molly Slade Liscrum, 2326 Grand Ave, Bronx.4

Census & Tax Records, Directories

YearLocationHead of Household
1900New York City, Bronx, New York, at 675 East 137th St.Howard Slade2

Citations

  1. [S1533] 1910 US Census of New York County, New York, ED 509, sh 16-B, lines 78-81, dwl 36, fam 524, Howard & Mary G Slade family.
  2. [S2460] 1900 US Census of New York County, New York, ED 974, sh 9-A, lines 36-38, dwl 44, family 195, Howard Slade family, Mary & Howard, Jr.
  3. [S13] WWI Civilian Draft Registration Card 1917-1918, Ancestry.com, Howard Slade, b Apr 26, 1895, New York City.
  4. [S14] World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942, for men born aft Apr 28, 1877 or bef Feb 16, 1897, Ancestry.com, Howard Slade, b Apr 26, 1895, New York City.

Benjamin G. Collier1

(circa 1822 - 21 September 1901)
     Benjamin G. Collier was born circa 1822 in Kentucky.2
     Benjamin married Elizabeth Ann Payne on April 18, 1844 in Garrard County, Kentucky.3,1 Benjamin died on September 21, 1901 in Kentucky Newspaper notice has B F Collier in his 88th year.3,4 He was buried in Lancaster Cemetery, Garrard County, Kentucky.4

Census & Tax Records, Directories

YearLocationHead of Household
1850Garrard County, KentuckyBenjamin G. Collier2
1870Lancaster, Garrard County, KentuckyBenjamin G. Collier5
1880Brandy Springs, Garrard County, Kentucky, living next to Alex G Nave familyBenjamin G. Collier6
1900Lancaster, Garrard County, KentuckyBenjamin G. Collier7

Children of Benjamin G. Collier and Elizabeth Ann Payne

  • Jacob Collier b. circa 1846, d. June 24, 1852
  • Elizabeth Edna Collier+ b. January 26, 1853, d. August 11, 1931
  • Peachy B. Collier b. February 28, 1856
  • John Collier 5 b. 1859

Citations

  1. [S8174] Marriage Records of Garrard County, KY 1797-1853 compiled by Bill & Kathy Vockery Garrard Co Historical Society, , min bk 086, Apr 18, 1844, Elizabeth Ann Payne & Benjamin G Collier.
  2. [S8320] 1850 US Census of Garrard County, Kentucky, Ancestry img 5/128, pg [233], lines 7-9, dwl 463, fam 692.
  3. [S8212] Letter from Bennettie Nave Fink.
  4. [S8345] Findagrave.com,, Benjamin F Collier, Lancaster Cemetery, Garrard Co, Kentucky.
  5. [S8309] 1870 US Census of Garrard County, Kentucky, Lancaster District, page 53 [423].
  6. [S8292] 1880 US Census of Garrard County, Kentucky, ED 45, pg 29, lines 37-39, dwl 175, fam 178.
  7. [S8353] 1900 US Census of Garrard County, Kentucky, ED 16, sh 24-B, lines 72-75, dwl 466, fam 505.

Elizabeth Edna Collier

(26 January 1853 - 11 August 1931)
     Elizabeth Edna Collier was born on January 26, 1853 in Kentucky.1 She was the daughter of Benjamin G. Collier and Elizabeth Ann Payne.
     Elizabeth married Alexander George Nave, son of John Nave and Seraphina Western Totten, on February 18, 1870 in Garrard County, Kentucky.2 About 1885, the family left Kentucky by covered wagon and traveled to Crowley County, Kansas, where they settled temporarily, while wating for the opening of Oklahoma Territory. Just prior to April, 1889, the family traveled by train to Purcell, Oklahoma. where they awaited the signal to enter Oklahoma Territory. On April 22, 1889, Alexander and a associate rode horses to stake his claim in Spring Creek Township, near Edmond, Oklahoma. He later returned to Purcell to gather the family and take them by covered wagon to their new home.3 Elizabeth Edna Collier resided in Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, California, in 1900; at 369 North Main, proprietor. The Santa Clara, furnished rooms.4 She resided in Los Angeles, California, in 1901; at 369 N. Main.5 She resided in Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California, in 1920; at 725 1/2 [rear] Casanova St , Mrs Elizabeth E Nave, widow.6 She resided in Los Angeles, California, in 1930; 725 1/2 [rear] Casanova Street.7 Elizabeth died on August 11, 1931 in Glendale, Los Angeles County, California, at age 78.8,9 She was buried in Evergreen Cemetery, Los Angeles County, California.10,11

Census & Tax Records, Directories

YearLocationHead of Household
1870Lancaster, Garrard County, KentuckyBenjamin G. Collier12
1880Brandy Springs, Garrard County, Kentucky, living next to Benj G Collier familyAlexander George Nave13
1890#2 County [now Oklahoma County], Oklahoma Territory, T 13 N, R 4 W, Indian MeridianAlexander George Nave14
1920Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California, 725 1/2 [rear] Casanova StreetGeorge Frank Rollins15

Children of Elizabeth Edna Collier and Alexander George Nave

  • Seraphina Nave b. January 22, 1871, d. June 13, 1967
  • Charles Edward Nave b. December 10, 1872
  • James S. Nave+ b. October 31, 1874, d. October 13, 1967
  • Bennettie Nave+ b. June 19, 1876, d. April 19, 1966
  • Malinda Nave+ b. January 1, 1880, d. November 20, 1965
  • Elizabeth E. Nave b. March 18, 1882, d. July 30, 1910
  • Henry Maze Nave b. February 18, 1885, d. October 29, 1959
  • Nina Edna Nave b. December 22, 1887, d. 1927
  • Woodsen Nave b. October 21, 1890, d. October, 1979
  • Edward Carter Nave+ 16 b. October 21, 1890, d. October 29, 1979
  • George Nave b. August 12, 1893

Citations

  1. [S8126] Nave family bible, photocopy in possession of Genevieve Willett Slade.
  2. [S8173] Marriage Bond; copy of original in possession of Genevieve Willett Slade, book 12, page 157.
  3. [S8212] Letter from Bennettie Nave Fink, written and oral interviews with Genevieve Willett Slade several times.
  4. [S8294] CA Los Angeles City Directory , 1900.
  5. [S8294] CA Los Angeles City Directory, 1901.
  6. [S8294] CA Los Angeles City Directory, 1920.
  7. [S8294] CA Los Angeles City Directory, 1930.
  8. [S8127] Letter from Bennettie Nave with family information.
  9. [S8291] Death Certificate for Elizabeth Edna Collier Nave, Genevieve W. Slade has copy.
  10. [S8136] Drawing of tombstones found in papers of Bennettie Nave Fink, now in possession of Genevieve Willett Slade.
  11. [S8291] Death Certificate for Elizabeth Edna Collier Nave, copy in possession of Genevieve W. Slade.
  12. [S8309] 1870 US Census of Garrard County, Kentucky, Lancaster District, page 53 [423].
  13. [S8292] 1880 US Census of Garrard County, Kentucky, LDS film 1254415, p 565A.
  14. [S8152] First Territorial Census of Oklahoma 1890 before statehood., 332, County 2, page 350.
  15. [S8288] Unknown title, ED 103, sheet 15A, Ancestry Image 53.
  16. [S7371] California Death Records on line http://vitals.rootsweb.com/ca/death/search.cgi, http://vitals.rootsweb.com/ca/death/search.cgi

Alexander George Nave

(22 September 1838 - 24 February 1931)
     Alexander George Nave was born on September 22, 1838 in Jessamine County, Kentucky.1 He was the son of John Nave and Seraphina Western Totten.
     Alexander married Elizabeth Edna Collier, daughter of Benjamin G. Collier and Elizabeth Ann Payne, on February 18, 1870 in Garrard County, Kentucky.2 Alexander George Nave was farmer in 1880. About 1885, the family left Kentucky by covered wagon and traveled to Crowley County, Kansas, where they settled temporarily, while wating for the opening of Oklahoma Territory. Just prior to April, 1889, the family traveled by train to Purcell, Oklahoma. where they awaited the signal to enter Oklahoma Territory. On April 22, 1889, Alexander and a associate rode horses to stake his claim in Spring Creek Township, near Edmond, Oklahoma. He later returned to Purcell to gather the family and take them by covered wagon to their new home.3 He resided in 608 East 5th, Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, California, in 1900; Alex G. Nave, lodgings.4 He resided in 321 Temple Street, Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, California, in 1900; propr. Hotel Temple, 321 Temple.5 He resided in Los Angeles, California, in 1901; Alexander G Nave, rms.6 He resided in 122 rear S. Av 19, Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, California, in 1920; Alex G. Nave h.7 Alexander died on February 24, 1931 in Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, at age 92.8 He was buried in Lancaster Cemetery, Garrard County, Kentucky.9

Census & Tax Records, Directories

YearLocationHead of Household
1860Garrard County, KentuckyJohn Nave10
1870Lancaster, Garrard County, KentuckyBenjamin G. Collier11
1880Brandy Springs, Garrard County, Kentucky, living next to Benj G Collier familyAlexander George Nave12
1890#2 County [now Oklahoma County], Oklahoma Territory, T 13 N, R 4 W, Indian MeridianAlexander George Nave13

Children of Alexander George Nave and Elizabeth Edna Collier

  • Seraphina Nave b. January 22, 1871, d. June 13, 1967
  • Charles Edward Nave b. December 10, 1872
  • James S. Nave+ b. October 31, 1874, d. October 13, 1967
  • Bennettie Nave+ b. June 19, 1876, d. April 19, 1966
  • Malinda Nave+ b. January 1, 1880, d. November 20, 1965
  • Elizabeth E. Nave b. March 18, 1882, d. July 30, 1910
  • Henry Maze Nave b. February 18, 1885, d. October 29, 1959
  • Nina Edna Nave b. December 22, 1887, d. 1927
  • Woodsen Nave b. October 21, 1890, d. October, 1979
  • Edward Carter Nave+ 14 b. October 21, 1890, d. October 29, 1979
  • George Nave b. August 12, 1893

Citations

  1. [S8126] Nave family bible, photocopy in possession of Genevieve Willett Slade.
  2. [S8173] Marriage Bond; copy of original in possession of Genevieve Willett Slade, book 12, page 157.
  3. [S8212] Letter from Bennettie Nave Fink, written and oral interviews with Genevieve Willett Slade several times.
  4. [S8294] CA Los Angeles City Directory , 1900.
  5. [S8294] CA Los Angeles City Directory, year 1899.
  6. [S8294] CA Los Angeles City Directory.
  7. [S8294] CA Los Angeles City Directory, 1920.
  8. [S8128] Death Certificate, certified copy in possession of Genevieve Willet Slade.
  9. [S8131] Tombstone in Area 4 of Lancaster Cemetery, Garrard Co, Kentucky; inscription copied and photographed by Genevieve Willett Slade on 4 Apr 1995.,.
  10. [S8321] 1860 US Census of Garrard County, Kentucky, pg 96, lines 33-39, dwl 660, fam 652.
  11. [S8309] 1870 US Census of Garrard County, Kentucky, Lancaster District, page 53 [423].
  12. [S8292] 1880 US Census of Garrard County, Kentucky, LDS film 1254415, p 565A.
  13. [S8152] First Territorial Census of Oklahoma 1890 before statehood., 332, County 2, page 350.
  14. [S7371] California Death Records on line http://vitals.rootsweb.com/ca/death/search.cgi, http://vitals.rootsweb.com/ca/death/search.cgi

Mary Gillick Slade1

(24 May 1903 - June 1984)
     Mary Gillick Slade was born on May 24, 1903 in New York City, New York, Central Park West.1 She was the daughter of Howard Slade and Mary Gillick.2 Mary died in June, 1984 at age 813 and was buried in Ferncliff Cemetery, Hartsdale, Westchester County, New York.3

Citations

  1. [S8010] New York, New York, Extracted Birth Index, 1878-1909, Ancestry.com
    , New York City, Central Park West, b May 24, 1903, Mary Gillick Slade, d/o Mary Gillick & Howard Slade.
  2. [S1533] 1910 US Census of New York County, New York, ED 509, sh 16-B, lines 78-81, dwl 36, fam 524, Howard & Mary G Slade family.
  3. [S9] https://www.findagrave.com/,, Mollie Slade, Ferncliff Cemetery, Hartsdale, Weschester Co, New York.

John Nave

(12 February 1802 - 17 January 1865)
     John Nave was born on February 12, 1802 in Jessamine County, Kentucky.1,2 He was the son of Peter Neff and Mary Granfern.
     John married Seraphina Western Totten, daughter of Joseph Hicks Totten and Nancy Anne Davis, on June 17, 1831 in Garrard County, Kentucky.3 John died on January 17, 1865 in Kentucky at age 62.4,2 He was buried in Lancaster Cemetery, Garrard County, Kentucky.4,2

Census & Tax Records, Directories

YearLocationHead of Household
1860Garrard County, KentuckyJohn Nave5

Children of John Nave and Seraphina Western Totten

  • Joseph Peter Nave b. October 8, 1831, d. November 5, 1923
  • Malinda Frances Nave b. January 20, 1832, d. July 6, 1894
  • James David Nave b. May 19, 1835, d. January 22, 1922
  • Alexander George Nave+ b. September 22, 1838, d. February 24, 1931
  • Mary Ellen (Mollie) Nave b. March 27, 1844, d. March 28, 1910

Citations

  1. [S8129] Nave (Neff) Family: Some Descendants of Michael Neff of Heidelberg Township, Lancaster County, PA found in VA, KY & IN; compiled by Maurine Collins Schmitz, published 1980.
  2. [S8314] FindaGrave.com website,, John Nave, tombstone, Lancaster Cemetery, Garrard Co, Kentucky.
  3. [S8173] Marriage Bond; copy of original in possession of Genevieve Willett Slade, book 12, page 157.
  4. [S8131] Tombstone in Area 4 of Lancaster Cemetery, Garrard Co, Kentucky; inscription copied and photographed by Genevieve Willett Slade on 4 Apr 1995.,.
  5. [S8321] 1860 US Census of Garrard County, Kentucky, pg 96, lines 33-39, dwl 660, fam 652.

Seraphina Western Totten

(27 December 1813 - 9 September 1880)
     Seraphina Western Totten was born on December 27, 1813 in Lancaster, Garrard County, Kentucky.1 She was the daughter of Joseph Hicks Totten and Nancy Anne Davis.
     Seraphina married John Nave, son of Peter Neff and Mary Granfern, on June 17, 1831 in Garrard County, Kentucky.2 About 1858, John and Seraphina moved from Jessamine Co to near Teatersville, Garrard Co near her father's home.
     Seraphina married second Robert C. Ray on September 28, 1870 in Kentucky.1 Seraphina died on September 9, 1880 at age 663,4 and was buried in Lancaster Cemetery, Garrard County, Kentucky.3,4

Census & Tax Records, Directories

YearLocationHead of Household
1860Garrard County, KentuckyJohn Nave5

Children of Seraphina Western Totten and John Nave

  • Joseph Peter Nave b. October 8, 1831, d. November 5, 1923
  • Malinda Frances Nave b. January 20, 1832, d. July 6, 1894
  • James David Nave b. May 19, 1835, d. January 22, 1922
  • Alexander George Nave+ b. September 22, 1838, d. February 24, 1931
  • Mary Ellen (Mollie) Nave b. March 27, 1844, d. March 28, 1910

Citations

  1. [S8130] Family group sheet compiled by Kathy Vockery, Garrard County Historical Society Genealogist, Kentucky, unknown publish date.
  2. [S8173] Marriage Bond; copy of original in possession of Genevieve Willett Slade, book 12, page 157.
  3. [S8131] Tombstone in Area 4 of Lancaster Cemetery, Garrard Co, Kentucky; inscription copied and photographed by Genevieve Willett Slade on 4 Apr 1995.,.
  4. [S8314] FindaGrave.com website,, Serphinia W Totten Nave, Lancaster Cemetery, Garrard Co, Kentucky.
  5. [S8321] 1860 US Census of Garrard County, Kentucky, pg 96, lines 33-39, dwl 660, fam 652.