Vaughn Dennis Longanecker1,2

M, #64, b. 11 October 1947
Father*Leonard Calvin Longanecker Jr b. 11 Mar 1921, d. 30 Aug 1995
Mother*Margaret Uran b. 13 Oct 1917, d. 21 Mar 1998

Biography

BirthOct 11, 1947Lutheran Hospital, Fort Dodge, Webster Co., IA, USA2,3
Mil. Serv.1969U. S. Army; He took his training at Fort Houston, TX, and Fort Gordon, GA. Private, Army medic. Arrived in Vietnam in Feb. 1969
MarriageMay 25, 1975

Family

Suzanne Laura Roels b. 26 May 1954
Marriage*Vaughn Dennis Longanecker married Suzanne Laura Roels on May 25, 1975. 
Children

Citations

  1. [S401] Interview with Margaret (Uran) Lovelife, 1996.
  2. [S990] E. Beulah Hauser & Vivian Imogene MORGAN (28), Morgan Genealogy - V. I. (Morgan) Uran, p. 169.
  3. [S1399] Unknown subject.

Martin Edward Evind1

M, #65, b. 2 January 1950

Biography

BirthJan 2, 1950San Francisco, San Francisco Co., CA, USA
Graduation1968Lincoln High School
MarriageJan 12, 1980San Francisco, San Francisco Co., CA, USA1

Family

Susan Gail Uran b. 22 Aug 1951
Marriage*Martin Edward Evind married Susan Gail Uran, daughter of Marshall Milton Uran and Rosalind Herschin, on Jan 12, 1980 at San Francisco, San Francisco Co., CA, USA.1 
Children

Citations

  1. [S26] Self.

Rebecca Ann Evind

F, #66, b. 3 November 1981
Father*Martin Edward Evind b. 2 Jan 1950
Mother*Susan Gail Uran b. 22 Aug 1951

Family

Paul William Hoffman b. 3 Apr 1974
Partner*Rebecca Ann Evind was the long term partner of Paul William Hoffman in 2017. 

Citations

  1. [S401] Interview with Rosalind (Herschin) Uran, 1996.

Amy Lynne Evind1

F, #67, b. 3 February 1985
Father*Martin Edward Evind b. 2 Jan 1950
Mother*Susan Gail Uran b. 22 Aug 1951

Family

Joshua Santi Bertozzi b. 5 Sep 1979
Marriage*Amy Lynne Evind married Joshua Santi Bertozzi on Sep 26, 2009 at Occidental, CA, USA
Children

Citations

  1. [S415] E-mail from Susan Evind, Oct 18, 2013.
  2. [S401] Interview with Rosalind (Herschin) Uran, 1996.

Natalie Kay Evind

F, #68, b. 27 December 1987
Father*Martin Edward Evind b. 2 Jan 1950
Mother*Susan Gail Uran b. 22 Aug 1951

Family

James Burke
Marriage*Natalie Kay Evind married James Burke
Child

Citations

  1. [S401] Interview with Susan (Uran) Evind, 1996.

Donald Maxwell Uran1,2

M, #70, b. 1 August 1921, d. 28 August 1978
Father*Dr. Joseph Alfred Uran M.D. b. 3 Oct 1877, d. 11 Nov 1958
Mother*Vivian Imogene Morgan b. 10 Apr 1891, d. 17 Mar 1970

Biography

BirthAug 1, 1921Wellsburg, Grundy Co., IA, USA3,4,5,2
MarriageMay 13, 1955Seattle, King Co., WA, USA6
No Childrn
DeathAug 28, 1978Seattle, King Co., WA, USA5,4
BurialAug 31, 1978Restlawn Cemetery, Seattle, WA, USA
ObituarySep 7, 1978Riceville, IA, USA, Donald Maxwell Uran was born on August 1, 1921 in Wellsburg, Iowa to Dr. Joseph A. Uran and Vivian Imogene Morgan Uran. He died on August 28, 1978 in Seattle, Washington during a lung cancer operation. The family moved to Riceville, Iowa on August 1, 1925.
Donald attended two years of the Riceville High School where he played basketball and football. In October, 1938, he left with his brother marshall for Los Angeles, California whre he spent 1 year as a student at the Frank Wiggins Trade School.
With the consent of his parents he entered the U.S. Coast Guard Merchant Marine Training Station at Port Huneneme, California on July 13, 1942. He graduated on November 13, 1942 as Fireman. He had been a Merchant Marine during the World War II and to the present time which totaled 42 years.
On May 13, 1955 Donald and Mrs. Dorothy (Helen) Weyh of Seattle were married.
He is survived by his wife Dorothy (Helen), daughter Jo Anne Schubert and son Arthur Weyh, Havre, Montana, brother Marshall Uran, San Francisco, California; sisters Ellen Vivian Wilson, Riceville, Iowa and Margo Lovelife, Oakland, California and five grandchildren.
Funeral services were held on Thursday, August 31, 1978 at 3 P.M. at the Wiggen and Sons Chapel in Seattle, Washington. Internment was in Restlawn, Seattle, Washington....They resided at 216 Northwest 67th Street, Seattle, Washington 98117.

Family

Dorothy May Thomas b. 10 Mar 1915, d. 25 Sep 1984
Marriage*Donald Maxwell Uran married Dorothy May Thomas on May 13, 1955 at Seattle, King Co., WA, USA.6 
Children

Citations

  1. [S3] Vivian Imogene Uran, Houghton Genealogy - V.I. Uran, p. 16, 342 #402.
  2. [S990] E. Beulah Hauser & Vivian Imogene MORGAN (28), Morgan Genealogy - V. I. (Morgan) Uran, p. 170.
  3. [S3] Vivian Imogene Uran, Houghton Genealogy - V.I. Uran, p. 342.
  4. [S98] Social Security Administration.
  5. [S253] Unknown author, Urans Live ! Love! Die!, II, p. 1.
  6. [S990] E. Beulah Hauser & Vivian Imogene MORGAN (28), Morgan Genealogy - V. I. (Morgan) Uran, p. 173.

Margaret Uran1

F, #71, b. 13 October 1917, d. 21 March 1998
Father*Dr. Joseph Alfred Uran M.D. b. 3 Oct 1877, d. 11 Nov 1958
Mother*Vivian Imogene Morgan b. 10 Apr 1891, d. 17 Mar 1970

Biography

BirthOct 13, 1917Wellsburg, Grundy Co., IA, USA2,3
GraduationMay, 1936Riceville High School, Riceville, IA, USA2
MarriageJan 25, 1947Hapeville, Cobb Co., GA, USA, at Presbyterian Parsonage2
DivorceJan 27, 1950Osage, IA, USA4
DeathMar 21, 1998Oakland, Alameda Co., CA, USA

Family

Leonard Calvin Longanecker Jr b. 11 Mar 1921, d. 30 Aug 1995
Marriage*Margaret Uran married Leonard Calvin Longanecker Jr, son of Leonard Carl J. Longanecker, on Jan 25, 1947 at Hapeville, Cobb Co., GA, USA, at Presbyterian Parsonage.2 
Divorce* Margaret Uran and Leonard Calvin Longanecker Jr were divorced on Jan 27, 1950 at Osage, IA, USA.4 
Child

Citations

  1. [S3] Vivian Imogene Uran, Houghton Genealogy - V.I. Uran, p. 15, 336 #400.
  2. [S990] E. Beulah Hauser & Vivian Imogene MORGAN (28), Morgan Genealogy - V. I. (Morgan) Uran, p. 166.
  3. [S3] Vivian Imogene Uran, Houghton Genealogy - V.I. Uran, p. 326.
  4. [S1399] Unknown subject.

Ellen Vivian Uran1,2

F, #72, b. 20 November 1915, d. 13 December 2009
Father*Dr. Joseph Alfred Uran M.D. b. 3 Oct 1877, d. 11 Nov 1958
Mother*Vivian Imogene Morgan b. 10 Apr 1891, d. 17 Mar 1970

Notable Houghton

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Biography

BirthNov 20, 1915Wellsburg, Grundy Co., IA, USA3,2
MarriageDec 20, 1946Hapeville, Cobb Co., GA, USA, at Presbyterian Church.4,2
DeathDec 13, 2009Nora Springs Care Center, Nora Springs, IA, USA5
ObituaryDec 15, 2009Posted: Tuesday, December 15, 2009 12:00 am

Ellen V. Wilson

RICEVILLE — Ellen Vivian Wilson, 94, of Riceville, died Sunday (Dec. 13, 2009) at the Nora Springs Care Center in Nora Springs.

Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday, Dec. 17, 2009, at the Riceville United Methodist Church, with the Rev. Pamela Kranzler officiating. Burial will be in the Riverside Cemetery in Riceville.

Visitation will be held one hour prior to services on Thursday at the church.

Lindstrom Funeral Home, 641-985-2242.

Family

Bill James Wilson b. 23 Oct 1918, d. 25 Apr 1983
Marriage*Ellen Vivian Uran married Bill James Wilson on Dec 20, 1946 at Hapeville, Cobb Co., GA, USA, at Presbyterian Church.4,2 
Children

Citations

  1. [S3] Vivian Imogene Uran, Houghton Genealogy - V.I. Uran, p. 11, 16, 322 #398.
  2. [S990] E. Beulah Hauser & Vivian Imogene MORGAN (28), Morgan Genealogy - V. I. (Morgan) Uran, p. 162.
  3. [S3] Vivian Imogene Uran, Houghton Genealogy - V.I. Uran, p. 11, 322.
  4. [S401] Interview of Ellen (Uran) Wilson, 1996.
  5. [S415] E-mail from daughter Rene.

Stanley M. Uran1,2

M, #73, b. 8 May 1913, d. 18 May 1913
Father*Dr. Joseph Alfred Uran M.D. b. 3 Oct 1877, d. 11 Nov 1958
Mother*Vivian Imogene Morgan b. 10 Apr 1891, d. 17 Mar 1970

Citations

  1. [S3] Vivian Imogene Uran, Houghton Genealogy - V.I. Uran, #397, p. 309.
  2. [S990] E. Beulah Hauser & Vivian Imogene MORGAN (28), Morgan Genealogy - V. I. (Morgan) Uran, p. 162.
  3. [S3] Vivian Imogene Uran, Houghton Genealogy - V.I. Uran, p. 309.

Lydia May Houghton1

F, #81, b. 16 April 1867, d. 15 November 1938
Father*George Washington Houghton2 b. 18 Aug 1835, d. 4 Jul 1892
Mother*Clarinda Ette Tender2 b. 22 Mar 1837, d. 6 May 1916

Biography

BirthApr 16, 1867Albion, Marshall Co., IA, USA, at the farm home 1 mile east of Albion; age 3 in 1870 census; age 13 in 1880 census; Apr 1867, age 33 in 1900 census; age 43 in 1910 census3,4,5,6
Graduation1886Albion Seminary, Albion, Marshall Co., IA, USA
MarriageDec 20, 1887Albion, Marshall Co., IA, USA, at the farm home of her parents3,2
1900 Census1900Dayton, Cedar Co., IA, USA, age 36, principal of schools7
1910 Census1910Glenwood, Mills Co., IA, USA5
DivorceNov 23, 1912Glenwood, Mills Co., IA, USA8
DeathNov 15, 1938Riceville, Mitchell Co., IA, USA, at home of her daughter Imogene, of cervical cancer9,10
BurialNov 18, 1938Max Morgan lot at Riverside Cemetery, Riceville, Mitchell Co., IA, USA9
ObituaryNov, 1938Riceville recorder, Riceville, IA, USA, Obituary of May L. Morgan
Born Near Albion, Ia., April 16, 1867. Passed Away Nov. 5, 1938.
Lydia May Houghton was born on a farm one mile east of Albion in Marshall County, Iowa, on the 16th day of April, 1867. With the exception of two years spent in California all her life was spent in Iowa. She was the only daughter and the second of three children born to George Washington Houghton and Clarinda Ette Tender Houghton. Her parents and elder brother, Frank Henry, were born in Jay County in the state of New York. A younger brother, Fred George, was also born on the Albion farm. The Houghton family were among the pioneer farmers of Marshall County and were numbered among the substantial families that helped to make the right kind of Iowa history. She was the only surviving member of her family.
May Houghton had an exceptionally happy girlhood. Here parents were devout Christians and held family worship every morning. They were devoted to each other and their children never heard a quarrel or cross word spoken between their parents. There spacious farm home was the scene of many a happy time with their numerous friends. After the father purchased a home in Marshalltown and retired, his two sons ran the home farm and it was many years before it was sold outside the family. The home in Marshalltown was not sold until after the mother's death. May attended the spelling matches, debating societies and singing schools that were so popular in her girlhood. She had many friends that remained loyal to her throughout her life. May Houghton received her education in a rural school, a business course in the Albion Seminary and Teachers' Training at the Iowa State Teachers' College at Cedar Flats. She was a student up to the time of her last illness and belonged to the class of people who are never too old to learn. She was a born teacher and taught for many years in schools throughout Iowa.
She taught country schools, in Marshall County before her marriage and up to 1 1-2 years afterwards. After her children were old enough to be in school she acted as supply teacher in schools at Clarence and Sigourney where her husband was the Superintendent of the school. Many years later she taught the Junior high grades in Liscomb, Zearing, Denmark, Thornburg, Garrison and Conrad, also many country schools. Her discipline and influence for the good among her pupils cannot be estimated. She was never as happy as when she was in the schoolroom.
At the age of 62 it was with genuine sorrow that she gave up her chosen profession. For two years she was a matron in one of the girls cottages of the Iowa State Juvenile Home at Toledo, Iowa.
May Houghton was married on December 20, 1887 to James Hamilton Morgan. Four children survive this union, Genevieve Ethelyn (Mrs. Frederick B. Robertson of Minneapolis, Minnesota); Vivian Imogene (Mrs. Joseph A. Uran of Riceville, Iowa); Maxwell Morgan of Fargo, North Dakota; and Elouise (Mrs. Merle E. Wade of Riverside, California). Her surviving grandchildren are Patricia Jean Robertson and Frederick byron Robertson, Jr; Marshall Milton, Ellen Vivian, Margaret and Donald Maxwell Uran; Janet and Juliet Morgan, and Maxwell Buckingham Morgan, Jr; Joy and Deane Wade. One grandchild, Stanley M. Uran died in infancy.
Mrs. Morgan had a fine alto voice and wherever she lived gave freely of her time and musical talent. At an early age she became a member of the Presbyterian Church of Albion, Iowa, and was ever after a devoted Christian. She was always a worker in the church no matter where she lived. At the time of her death she was a member of the Riceville Congregational Church.
Mrs. Morgan was a charter member of the Wellsburg American Legion Auxiliary, later changing her membership to the Riceville Unit. She was a member of the Marshalltown Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, a member of the Riceville Garden Club and the Riceville Order of Eastern Stars. Until coming to Riceville she had always been a member of the Literary Division of the Federated Women's club, her last membership being with such a Club at Whittier, California.
Travel was Mrs. Morgan's hobby and she had traveled extensively in 39 of the states, also in parts of Canada and Mexico. her children took great pride in their mother's progressiveness and to them she never seemed old. When many women of her age were considered too old for such things she took her first airplane ride. In 1924 as the result of being thrown off the sidewalk by a bicycle rider it became necessary for Mrs. Morgan to have a serious knee operation that left her lame. In spite of this handicap she learned to walk again and never allowed her lameness to interfere in any way with her busy life.
On January 23, 1937, she fell in her room fracturing her left hip. She was the most patient of sufferers. Everything that could possibly be done for her comfort was done at the St. Joseph's Hospital in New Hampton, Iowa, where she remained for 6 weeks. Later she was moved to the home of Winnie Lake of the same city for six weeks. For the next 7 months that she was confined to her bed, Mrs. Morgan lived in the home of Mrs. Fanny Gerke of Riceville, Iowa. On December 26, 1937, chloroid carcinoma in an advanced stage was discovered to be present. Her son Max, and daughter Mrs. Uran, took their mother to the New Hampton Clinic and later to the Mayo Clinic of Rochester, Minnesota. Although her recovery was hopeless, it was possible to control the pain.
On February 3, 1938, Mrs. Morgan was brought to the home of her son-in-law, Dr. Joseph Uran of Riceville, Iowa, where she passed peacefully to her eternal sleep at 10:50 P.M., Tuesday, November 5, 1938.
Mrs. Morgan had many friends and carried on a correspondence with friends and relatives from all over the United States. Some inkling of her correspondence list may be apparent by the 115 greetings she received on her 70th birthday anniversary and the 350 letters and cards that were sent to her during her 3 months stay in New Hampton.
She loved Riceville and chose this small town as the place to spend her declining years. here she found many good and loyal friends as she did wherever she lived. Being herself a loyal and true friend to everyone and a very interesting conversationalist, she had an unflagging interest in all Riceville activities and people. She kept up her interest in civic affairs until the last.
Mrs. Morgan was very fond of all children and during her last illness when she was too ill to see even her closest relatives she asked to see any child who called at her home. She was especially fond of Elinor Jean Martin who came often to see her and to bring her flowers.
A speed record for typing was held by Mrs. Morgan in her younger days and the desire to excel in all that she undertook was always present. Arithmetic was her hardest subject to understand, but by grim determination and hard study she was able to pass her arithmetic examination for her first grade teacher's certificate and received a grade of 100 at an age when most women are content to sit at home and rest.
Mrs Morgan was not told that her illness would be fatal and so remained her cheerful self until the last. She learned to walk after her long confinement to bed following her hip fracture but on June 5th it was thought best to save her failing strength by keeping her in bed.
Mrs. Morgan's worst fault was her generosity and thoughtfulness of others. She often denied herself comforts that she might give to others and in her last illness thought more of her nurse's comfort than she did of her own. Her family had a keen sense of humor, a love of the truth and a firm belief in fiar play and a feeling of responsibility toward all worthwhile community projects. These sterling characteristics she passed on to her own children and grandchildren. She never liked housework but because she wanted to be the best of wives and mothers she became an excellent cook and housekeeper. She also learned to sew after her marriage and became a very fine seamstress.
Among her papers was found a poem by Edgar A. Guest, entitled "Mother" that Mrs. Morgan had kept in memory of her own mother. It well suited her too. [poem given]
The funeral service were held in the Riceville Congregational church on Friday, November eighteenth at two o'clock. The Reverend J. Priestley officiated with the Eastern Stars. Mrs. Charles McMaster and Ross Swancutt, accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Earl Adams, sang her favorite hymns, "The Old Rugged Cross" and "When They Ring Those Golden Bells for You and Me". She was laid to rest in Riverside Cemetery at Riceville. Thae pallbearers were: Aldis Dunton, Francis Martin, Arthur Minnis, Lawrence Roe, John Roche and Charles McKibben.
Relatives and friends from a distance who were present at the last rites were Max Morgan, Fargo, N.Dak; Miss Ellen Vivian Uran, Des Moines, Iowa; Miss Margaret Uran, Rochester, Minn; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Prescott, Adams, Minn; Mrs hugh Hughes, Plainfield, Iowa; Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Norris, West Union, Iowa; Mrs. Cora Houghton, Miss Carol Houghton, Miss Lillian Houghton, Mrs. Craig Graham and Miss Cora Houghton all of Marshalltown, Iowa.

Family

James Hamilton Morgan b. 31 Mar 1864, d. 4 Feb 1961
Marriage*Lydia May Houghton married James Hamilton Morgan on Dec 20, 1887 at Albion, Marshall Co., IA, USA, at the farm home of her parents.3,2 
Divorce* Lydia May Houghton and James Hamilton Morgan were divorced on Nov 23, 1912 at Glenwood, Mills Co., IA, USA.8 
Children

Citations

  1. [S3] Vivian Imogene Uran, Houghton Genealogy - V.I. Uran, p. 14, 198a #376; 289.
  2. [S990] E. Beulah Hauser & Vivian Imogene MORGAN (28), Morgan Genealogy - V. I. (Morgan) Uran, p. 149.
  3. [S3] Vivian Imogene Uran, Houghton Genealogy - V.I. Uran, p. 289.
  4. [S27] DAR Application, 1928.
  5. [S235] U.S. Census, 1910 US Census, Glenwood, Mills Co., IA, Box 413, ED 92, S 27.
  6. [S990] E. Beulah Hauser & Vivian Imogene MORGAN (28), Morgan Genealogy - V. I. (Morgan) Uran, p. 153.
  7. [S1229] 1880 U.S. Federal Census , Dayton, Cedar, Iowa; Roll: T623 422; Page: 4A; Enumeration District: 25; line 30, dwl 92-93.
  8. [S3] Vivian Imogene Uran, Houghton Genealogy - V.I. Uran, from Lydia May Houghton.
  9. [S3] Vivian Imogene Uran, Houghton Genealogy - V.I. Uran, p. 294.
  10. [S990] E. Beulah Hauser & Vivian Imogene MORGAN (28), Morgan Genealogy - V. I. (Morgan) Uran, p. 154.

George Washington Houghton1,2

M, #82, b. 18 August 1835, d. 4 July 1892
Father*Aaron L. Houghton2 b. 12 Apr 1803, d. 8 Apr 1868
Mother*Lydia Ann Lawrence2 b. 5 Jan 1809, d. 9 May 1853

Biography

BirthAug 18, 1835Jay, Essex, NY, USA, Born at home; age 15 in 1850 census; age 19 in 1855 census; age 24 in 1860; age 35 in 1870; age 44 in 1880 census; Descendancy list on box cover [probably by Lydia May Houghton's daughter Imogene Morgan] gives Aug. 18, 1837.3,4,5,6,2
MarriageMar 26, 1857Baptist Parsonage, Jay, Essex, NY, USA4
1870 Census1870Albion PO, Iowa Twp, Marshall Co., IA, USA, age 35, a farmer; property listed under Clarinda: $6000-2200; next door to Martin Houghton7
1880 Census1880Iowa Twp, Marshall Co., IA, USA, age 44, farmer8
DeathJul 4, 1892Marshalltown, Marshall Co., IA, USA, of thrombosis following double amputation of one leg. He fell through a haymaker floor to floor below on farm. Age 56 y 10 m 16 d3,4
BurialAlbion Cemetery, Albion, Marshall Co., IA, USA3

Family

Clarinda Ette Tender b. 22 Mar 1837, d. 6 May 1916
Marriage*George Washington Houghton married Clarinda Ette Tender on Mar 26, 1857 at Baptist Parsonage, Jay, Essex, NY, USA.4 
Children

Citations

  1. [S3] Vivian Imogene Uran, Houghton Genealogy - V.I. Uran, p. 175 #310, 193.
  2. [S1226] 1850 U.S. Federal Census , Jay, Essex, New York; Roll: M432_504; Page: 213; & p. 426, line 33, dwl 3034-3108.
  3. [S3] Vivian Imogene Uran, Houghton Genealogy - V.I. Uran, p. 175.
  4. [S27] DAR Application, 1928, of daughter Lydia May.
  5. [S235] U.S. Census, 1870 Albion, IA.
  6. [S235] U.S. Census, 1860 Jay, Essex Co., NY, p. 157.
  7. [S1228] 1870 U.S. Federal Census , Iowa Twp, Marshall Co., IA, Roll 410, p. 354, line 8, dwl 87-87.
  8. [S1229] 1880 U.S. Federal Census , Iowa, Marshall, Iowa; Roll: T9_355; Family History Film: 1254355; Page: 43.1000; Enumeration District: 281; line 26, dwl 32-52-53.
  9. [S990] E. Beulah Hauser & Vivian Imogene MORGAN (28), Morgan Genealogy - V. I. (Morgan) Uran, p. 149.

Clarinda Ette Tender1,2

F, #83, b. 22 March 1837, d. 6 May 1916

Biography

BirthMar 22, 1837Keene, Essex, NY, USA, age under 5 in 1840 census; age 13 in 1850; age 23 in 1860 census; age 32 in 1870; age 43 in 1880 census; age 73 in 1910 census; 1900 census of son Frank gives MI3,4,5,2,6,7
MarriageMar 26, 1857Baptist Parsonage, Jay, Essex, NY, USA4
1870 Census1870Albion PO, Iowa Twp, Marshall Co., IA, USA, age 35, a farmer; property listed under Clarinda: $6000-2200; next door to Martin Houghton8
1880 Census1880Iowa Twp, Marshall Co., IA, USA, age 44, farmer9
1910 Census1910Albion, Iowa, Marshall Co., IA, USA, age 73, widow, own income10
ObituaryMay 6, 1916Marshalltown, IA, USA, Obituary, Republican:

"Mrs. Clarinda Houghton Dead
Old Resident of Albion Succumbs to Heart Failure. Death at 9:30 this morning claimed Mrs. Clarinda E. Houghton, aged 79, one of the old residents of the county, at her home in Albion. Death was due to heart failure, following an attack of pneumonia. Mrs. Houghton lived in her home near her son, F. G. Houghton.
Mrs. Houghton was born Tender in Keene, Essex county, N.Y., March 22, 1837. Nine years later they moved west, and settled in Marshall county, where they alwways lived. Mr. Houghton died July 4, 1891. Three children survive Mrs. Houghton. They are Frank H. Houghton, of this city and Fred G. Houghton and Mrs. Lydia May Morgan, of Albion. There are also ten grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Two brothers, Henry and Wallace, have been dead for some years. Mrs. Houghton had been a member of the Presbyterian church for over fifty years.
Funeral services will be held Monday morning at 11 o'clock from the Fred Houghton residence at Albion."
DeathMay 6, 1916Albion, Marshall Co., IA, USA, of heart failure following pneumonia4
BurialMay 8, 1916Albion Cemetery, Albion, Marshall Co., IA, USA11

Family

George Washington Houghton b. 18 Aug 1835, d. 4 Jul 1892
Marriage*Clarinda Ette Tender married George Washington Houghton, son of Aaron L. Houghton and Lydia Ann Lawrence, on Mar 26, 1857 at Baptist Parsonage, Jay, Essex, NY, USA.4 
Children

Citations

  1. [S3] Vivian Imogene Uran, Houghton Genealogy - V.I. Uran, #372, p. 193.
  2. [S235] U.S. Census, 1850 Wilmington, Essex Co., NY, Box 503, p. 339-340.
  3. [S3] Vivian Imogene Uran, Houghton Genealogy - V.I. Uran, p. 297.
  4. [S27] DAR Application, 1928, of daughter Lydia May.
  5. [S235] U.S. Census, 1860 Jay, Essex Co., NY, p. 157.
  6. [S235] U.S. Census, 1840 Keene, NY, Box 282, p. 130.
  7. [S235] U.S. Census, 1870 Albion, IA.
  8. [S1228] 1870 U.S. Federal Census , Iowa Twp, Marshall Co., IA, Roll 410, p. 354, line 8, dwl 87-87.
  9. [S1229] 1880 U.S. Federal Census , Iowa, Marshall, Iowa; Roll: T9_355; Family History Film: 1254355; Page: 43.1000; Enumeration District: 281; line 26, dwl 32-52-53.
  10. [S1231] 1910 U.S. Federal Census , Iowa, Marshall, Iowa; Roll: T624_413; Page: 1A; Enumeration District: 126; line 12, dwl 5-5.
  11. [S1399] Unknown subject.
  12. [S990] E. Beulah Hauser & Vivian Imogene MORGAN (28), Morgan Genealogy - V. I. (Morgan) Uran, p. 149.

Genevieve Ethelyn Morgan1

F, #84, b. 2 June 1889, d. 25 January 1969
Father*James Hamilton Morgan b. 31 Mar 1864, d. 4 Feb 1961
Mother*Lydia May Houghton b. 16 Apr 1867, d. 15 Nov 1938

Biography

BirthJun 2, 1889Albion, Marshall Co., IA, USA, Jun 1889, age 10 in 1900 census2,3
Graduation1907Sigourney High School, Sigourney, IA, USA
MarriageAug 23, 1916Council Bluffs, Pottawattamie Co., IA, USA4,3
DivorceJan 23, 1952
DeathJan 25, 1969Minneapolis, Hennepin, MN, USA, of the flu5,4

Family

Frederick Byron Robertson b. 2 Apr 1883, d. 19 Mar 1959
Marriage*Genevieve Ethelyn Morgan married Frederick Byron Robertson on Aug 23, 1916 at Council Bluffs, Pottawattamie Co., IA, USA.4,3 
Divorce* Genevieve Ethelyn Morgan and Frederick Byron Robertson were divorced on Jan 23, 1952. 
Children

Citations

  1. [S3] Vivian Imogene Uran, Houghton Genealogy - V.I. Uran, #382, p. 297.
  2. [S990] E. Beulah Hauser & Vivian Imogene MORGAN (28), Morgan Genealogy - V. I. (Morgan) Uran, p. 154.
  3. [S3] Vivian Imogene Uran, Houghton Genealogy - V.I. Uran, p. 297.
  4. [S990] E. Beulah Hauser & Vivian Imogene MORGAN (28), Morgan Genealogy - V. I. (Morgan) Uran, p. 155.
  5. [S22] E.V. Uran, Family Genealogy, p. 23.

Maxwell Morgan1,2

M, #85, b. 25 October 1893, d. 28 July 1961
Father*James Hamilton Morgan b. 31 Mar 1864, d. 4 Feb 1961
Mother*Lydia May Houghton b. 16 Apr 1867, d. 15 Nov 1938

Biography

BirthOct 25, 1893Clarence, Cedar Co., IA, USA, Oct 1893, age 6 in 1900 census3,2
Graduation1918Iowa State College, Ames, Story Co., IA, USA
Milit-BegJun 20, 1918WWI: ambulance driver in U.S. Army, 2nd Lt, Comp. 44
Milit-EndDec 3, 19184
MarriageJun 7, 1923Terrace Park, OH, USA, also Cincinnati, OH2
DeathJul 28, 1961St. Petersburg, Pinellas Co., FL, USA5,4
BurialOct 24, 1961Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, Arlington Co., VA, USA, section 36, Grave 12224

Family

Laura Marian Fry b. 13 Aug 1898, d. 5 Apr 1989
Marriage*Maxwell Morgan married Laura Marian Fry on Jun 7, 1923 at Terrace Park, OH, USA, also Cincinnati, OH.2 
Children

Citations

  1. [S3] Vivian Imogene Uran, Houghton Genealogy - V.I. Uran, #386, p. 11, 348-367.
  2. [S990] E. Beulah Hauser & Vivian Imogene MORGAN (28), Morgan Genealogy - V. I. (Morgan) Uran, p. 175.
  3. [S3] Vivian Imogene Uran, Houghton Genealogy - V.I. Uran, p. 11, 15, 348-367 #386.
  4. [S990] E. Beulah Hauser & Vivian Imogene MORGAN (28), Morgan Genealogy - V. I. (Morgan) Uran, p. 178.
  5. [S10] Gravestone.

Elouise Morgan1,2,3

F, #86, b. 14 June 1896, d. 1976
Father*James Hamilton Morgan b. 31 Mar 1864, d. 4 Feb 1961
Mother*Lydia May Houghton b. 16 Apr 1867, d. 15 Nov 1938

Biography

BirthJun 14, 1896Clarence, Cedar Co., IA, USA, Houghton III, p. 9 gives birth at Clarence; Houghton, p. 388 gives Mason City, IA; Jun 1896, age 3 in 1900 census; age 13 in 1910 census2,3,1
MarriageJun 14, 1917Des Moines, Polk Co., IA, USA4,5
Death1976Riverside, Riverside Co., CA, USA6

Family

Merle Elwood Wade b. 29 Nov 1891, d. 19 Nov 1970
Marriage*Elouise Morgan married Merle Elwood Wade on Jun 14, 1917 at Des Moines, Polk Co., IA, USA.4,5 
Children

Citations

  1. [S3] Vivian Imogene Uran, Houghton Genealogy - V.I. Uran, p. 16, 388-396 #388.
  2. [S235] U.S. Census, 1910 US Census, Glenwood, Mills Co., IA, Box 413, ED 92, S 27.
  3. [S990] E. Beulah Hauser & Vivian Imogene MORGAN (28), Morgan Genealogy - V. I. (Morgan) Uran, p. 189.
  4. [S3] Vivian Imogene Uran, Houghton Genealogy - V.I. Uran, p. 388 #389, 396-397.
  5. [S990] E. Beulah Hauser & Vivian Imogene MORGAN (28), Morgan Genealogy - V. I. (Morgan) Uran, p. 190.
  6. [S22] E.V. Uran, Family Genealogy, p. 24.

Aaron L. Houghton1

M, #87, b. 12 April 1803, d. 8 April 1868
Father*Seth Houghton b. 13 Mar 1757, d. 4 May 1815
Mother*Sarah Cole Wheeler b. 24 Oct 1765, d. 25 Jul 1833

Biography

BirthApr 12, 1803Baltimore, Windsor Co., VT, USA, age 48, bp VT in 1850 census; age 52 in 1855 census; age 56, bp VT in 1860 census2,3,4,5
MarriageNov 5, 1827Ashby, Middlesex Co., MA, USA3,6,7
1830 Census1830Jay, Essex Co., NY, USA, 8 Total: 1 male under 5 (1826-1830), 1 male 10 to 15 (1816-1820), 2 male 20 to 30 (1801-1810)// 1 female 5 to 10 (1821-1825), 2 female 20 to 30 (1801-1810), 1 female 60 to 70 (1761-1770)8
1840 Census1840Jay, Essex Co., NY, USA, 6 Total: 1 male 5 to 10 (1830-1835), 1 male 30 to 40 (1800-1809) // 1 female under 5 (1836-1840), 1 female 5 to 10 (1830-1835), 1 female 20 to 30 (1810-1819), 1 female 30 to 40 (1800-1809)9,10
1850 CensusSep 13, 1850Jay, Essex Co., NY, USA, age 48, farmer5
1855 Census1855Jay, Essex Co., NY, USA, age 52, farmer11
MarriageMar 20, 1856Jay, Essex Co., NY, USA, (Mrs. Elvira Durand and Mr. (Awrgn) Houghton (Elizabethtown Post, of 28 Mar 1856)12,13)
No Childrn
1860 Census1860Jay, Essex, NY, USA, age 56, a farmer, property $1500-107514,15
DeathApr 8, 1868Albion, Marshall Co., IA, USA3,16
BurialApr, 1868Albion Cemetery, Albion, Marshall Co., IA, USA, on the Geo. W. Houghton lot16

Family 1

Lydia Ann Lawrence b. 5 Jan 1809, d. 9 May 1853
Marriage*Aaron L. Houghton married Lydia Ann Lawrence on Nov 5, 1827 at Ashby, Middlesex Co., MA, USA.3,6,7 
Children

Family 2

Elvira Bruce b. 1807, d. 5 Apr 1868
Marriage*Aaron L. Houghton married Elvira Bruce on Mar 20, 1856 at Jay, Essex Co., NY, USA, (Mrs. Elvira Durand and Mr. (Awrgn) Houghton (Elizabethtown Post, of 28 Mar 1856.)12,13

Citations

  1. [S33] Pollard, History of Baltimore VT, p. 109.
  2. [S3] Vivian Imogene Uran, Houghton Genealogy - V.I. Uran, p. 157 #266.
  3. [S27] DAR Application, 1928, of gd Lydia May Houghton.
  4. [S235] U.S. Census, 1860 Jay, Essex Co., NY, p. 157.
  5. [S1226] 1850 U.S. Federal Census , Jay, Essex, New York; Roll: M432_504; Page: 213; & p. 426, line 33, dwl 3034-3108.
  6. [S271] Ashby MA VRs, p. 140.
  7. [S3] Vivian Imogene Uran, Houghton Genealogy - V.I. Uran, p. 164, 170.
  8. [S1224] 1830 U.S. Federal Census , Jay, Essex, New York; Roll: 114; Page: 290.
  9. [S1225] 1840 U.S. Federal Census , 1840 Oswego Co., NY Index, p. 54.
  10. [S1225] 1840 U.S. Federal Census , Jay, Essex, New York; Roll: 282; Page: 54.
  11. [S1516] 1855 State Census , New York, State Census, 1855 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2013.
  12. [S3] Vivian Imogene Uran, Houghton Genealogy - V.I. Uran, p. 164.
  13. [S1076] Rootsweb.Com, online sites.rootsweb.com, Births, Marriages and Obituaries extracted from Essex County, New York Newspapers (1831-1864), sites.rootsweb.com/~nyessex/extract.htm, July 24, 2002.
  14. [S235] U.S. Census, 1860 Jay, Essex Co., NY, p. 157, line 32, dwl 1147-1106.
  15. [S1227] 1860 U.S. Federal Census , Jay, Essex, New York; Roll: M653_753; Page: 709; Image: 707; Family History Library Film: 803753; line 32, dwl 1147-1106.
  16. [S3] Vivian Imogene Uran, Houghton Genealogy - V.I. Uran, p. 157.

Lydia Ann Lawrence1,2

F, #88, b. 5 January 1809, d. 9 May 1853

Biography

BirthJan 5, 1809NY, USA, age 41, NY, in 1850 census; 1880 census of son Martin gives NY; Vivian Uran: Ashby and New Promtree, MA3,4,5,6
MarriageNov 5, 1827Ashby, Middlesex Co., MA, USA7,8,9
1850 CensusSep 13, 1850Jay, Essex Co., NY, USA, age 48, farmer6
DeathMay 9, 1853Jay, Essex, NY, USA, smallpox10,4
BurialJay Cemetery, Jay, Essex, NY, USA3

Family

Aaron L. Houghton b. 12 Apr 1803, d. 8 Apr 1868
Marriage*Lydia Ann Lawrence married Aaron L. Houghton, son of Seth Houghton and Sarah Cole Wheeler, on Nov 5, 1827 at Ashby, Middlesex Co., MA, USA.7,8,9 
Children

Citations

  1. [S3] Vivian Imogene Uran, Houghton Genealogy - V.I. Uran, p. 439.
  2. [S81] Shattuck, Desc. of William Shattuck, p. 295.
  3. [S3] Vivian Imogene Uran, Houghton Genealogy - V.I. Uran, p. 170.
  4. [S27] DAR Application, of Lydia May Houghton.
  5. [S81] Shattuck, Desc. of William Shattuck, p. 295: bd.
  6. [S1226] 1850 U.S. Federal Census , Jay, Essex, New York; Roll: M432_504; Page: 213; & p. 426, line 33, dwl 3034-3108.
  7. [S27] DAR Application, 1928, of gd Lydia May Houghton.
  8. [S271] Ashby MA VRs, p. 140.
  9. [S3] Vivian Imogene Uran, Houghton Genealogy - V.I. Uran, p. 164, 170.
  10. [S3] Vivian Imogene Uran, Houghton Genealogy - V.I. Uran, p. 170, 439.