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Generation No. 1

1. Francis Cooke. B: 1582 probably England D: 7 April 1663 Plymouth, Plymouth Colony, MA
Married: 4 July 1603
Hester Mahieu B: ? D: After 1666
Child of Francis and Hester:
2.Jane Cooke B: 1604 Leyden, Holland D: Before 14 May 1689
Married: 1628
Experience Mitchell B: 1627 Duxbury, Plymouth, MA D: 1689 Bridgewater, MA
Child of Jane and Experience:
3.Elizabeth Mitchell B: 1624 Doxbury, Plymouth MA D: 1694 MA
Married: 1645
John Washburn B: 20 Nov.1620 D: 12 Nov 1686 MA.
Child of Elizabeth and John: 4.John Washburn B: 1640 Doxbury, Plymouth MA D: 1724 MA
Married: 16 Apr.1679
Rebecca Lapham B: 13 Mar 1646 Scituate, Plymouth MA
Child of John and Rebecca:
5.William Washburn B: 16 Feb 1686 Doxbury, Plymouth, MA D: 8 May 1756
Experience Mann
Child of William and Experience:
6.Zipporah Washburn
Married:7 Oct 1753
Timothy Perkins B: 16 Jan 1714 Bridgewater, Plymouth MA
Child of Zipporah and Timothy:
7.Patience Perkins
Married: 3 Sep 1772
Isaiah Washburn Sr. B: 1749 Stratford, Fairfield Co. CT D: 24 Feb 1839 Hadley, Hampshire, MA
Child of Patience and Isaiah: 8.Isaiah Washburn Jr. B: 1773 D: 11 Nov 1835 Georgia Twp, Franklin Co VT
Martha Hibbard B: 1778 D: 30 May 1842 Georgia Twp, Franklin Co. VT
Child of Isaiah and Martha:
9.Eliphas Washburn B: 17 June 1807, Georgia Twp, Franklin County VT. D: 13 Jun 1881 Vermillion, Clay County SD.
Roana Hill B: 1815 VT D: 18 Aug 1882 Vermillion, Clay County SD.
Child of Eliphas and Roana:
10.Henry Clay Washburn b. Nov-13-1844, Rutland, VT; d. Jun-22-1919, Myrtle's home at Correll,MN
He married Elizabeth Cook May-27-1869 in probably Illinois.
Notes for Henry Clay Washburn:
From Evelyn Washburn Lemke Freeman, letter dated Feb 20, 1987:
My cousin in Ponka, Neb. sent me this about Grandpa Washburn. He was my Dad's father....
"Henry Clay Washburn born Nov. 13, 1844 at Rutland, Vermont, died June 22, 1919 age 74 at Correll, Minn. He was in the Civil War. Inlisted in Cavalry Reserve Corps Volunteer Aug. 11, 1861 at age 17 years, discharged Sept. 13, 1864. Re-inlisted in Calvalry Feb 7, 1865 at age 21. Discharged Sept. 30, 1865. He was engaged in two big Battles--Battle of Pea Ridge Ark. March 6,7,8 1865 and the Battle of Chaplin Hills.

Obituary - Henry C. Washburn Vermillion, SD
"On Sunday of last week there passed away in the person of Henry Washburn, one of Vermillion's early residents. Mr. Washburn had been afflicted with asthma for the past few years and just a few days before his death he had a slight attack of this trouble. It was not thought, however, to be serious.   he had partaken of the evening meal with his family and at 7 o'clock decided to retire. On reaching the foot of the stairs his strength failed.
  Friends immediately came to his assistance and bore him to a couch when it was found that life had departed.
During Mr. Washburn's residence in Vermillion and vicinity he made many warm friends who will sadly regret his loss.
          During his earlier residence here he took much interest in public affairs, having served the public interest in the capacity of deputy sheriff, town marshal, and as member of the board of education. By virtue of his Civil War service he was an honored member of the Grand Army Post at this place.(Vermillion, SD) Since he fought to save our Union, is it not highly fitting that he was permitted to see the victorious close of our country's last great struggle in defense of the right?
   The funeral services were held at the home of his daughter, Mrs. O. W. Chaussee of Vermillion, Rev. Gagnier officiatiing. The remains were borne to their last resting place by grandsons of the deceased, and the services at the grave were conducted by the G.A.R.
"Sleep soldier still in honored rest, Your truth and valor wearing;   The bravest are the tenerest, The loving are the daring."
Henry Clay Washburn was born in Rutland, Vermont, Nov. 13, 1844, and died at Correll, Minn. June 22, 1919. When he was approaching young manhood the family moved to Illinois, where he lived until the breaking out of the Civil War. mr. Washburn was a Civil War veteran, having enlisted August 13, 1861, in Company G, 44th Illinois Infantry, and serving for a term of three years. He re-enlisted in Company L, 11th Illinois Cavalry, from which he was discharged in November, 1865.
On May 27 1869, he was united in marriage to Elizabeth Cook, to which union were born nine children. In 1870 he came to Vermillion where he resided until a short time before his death. His wife died Oct. 10, 1894. Three children also have preceded him to the Great Beyond
- Mrs. Gertie Coverdale, Mrs. May Sargent and an infant son. Six children remain to mourn his loss - Mrs. O.W. Chaussee; and N. H. Washburn of Vermillion; F.E. Washburn, H.A. Washburn adn E.E. Washburn of Sioux City, and Mrs. Fred Maynard of Correll, Minn., at whose home he passed away. He leaves twenty-six grandchilren and eleven great grand children, also a brother, Isaiah Washburn, of Vermillion, and a sister, Mrs. Peter Cook, of Oregon."
Hazel Washburn - Henry Clay Washburn's granddaughter requested the 2 service records for Henry Washburn as follows:
1. Henry C. Washburn, Private (recruit), Co. L, 11th Cavalry Regiment, Illinois Volunteers,
age 21, Height 5'8", Hair Brown, Eyes Blue, complexion Dark, Occupation Farmer. Nativity State - Vermont.
Joined service on Feb. 7, 1865 for 1 year. from Marengo, Illinois by Capt. Coon. Residence before being mustered out: town of Rockford, Winnebago Co., IL. Mustered out on Sept. 30, 1865 at Memphis, TN by Capt. Campbell.
2. Henry Washburne, Private, Co. G, 44th Infantry Regiment, Illinois Volunteers, age 18, height 5'51/2", Hair Light, Eyes Light, Complexion Dark, Marital Status single, Occupation Farmer. Nativity state - Vermont. joined service on Aug. 1, 1861 for the term of 3 yrs. at Rockford, IL, by Capt. Hoburt. Mustered into service on Sept. 13, 1861 at Chicago, IL by Capt. Brackett. Home town is Burritt, Winnebago Co., IL.
  On Aug. 1, 1861 when he joined the service for the first time, Henry Washburn was 17 years old instead of 18 as it is listed on the service records. More About Henry Clay Washburn:
Also:1870, Came to Vermillion,SD in a covered wagon.
Fact 9: Sep-13-1864, Discharged from Calvalry,then reenlisted feb 7 1865. Fact 10: Fought in 2 big battles-Pea Ridge,Ark. & Chaplin Hills.
Military: Aug-11-1861, Served in Civil War.Enlist Cavalry Reserve Corps.

Children of Henry Washburn and Elizabeth Cook are:
3.     i.CELIA3 WASHBURN, b. Abt. 1870; d. Unknown.

      ii.EDWARD E. WASHBURN, b. Abt. 1872; d. Unknown.
Also: single.
Buri: Vermillion,SD

4.     iii.HENRY A. WASHBURN, b. Sep-17-1874, Vermillion, South Dakota; d. Jun-28-1952, Sioux City, Woodbury, Iowa.

5.     iv.MYRTLE LUELLA WASHBURN, b. Sep-20-1876, Vermillion, Clay Co., SD; d. Jan-27-1937, Correll,MN.

6.     v.FRANK E. WASHBURN, b. Abt. 1878; d. Abt. 1950.

7.     vi.NORMAN H. WASHBURN, b. Abt. 1880; d. Unknown.

      vii.GERTIE WASHBURN, b. Abt. 1882; d. Bef. 1919;

      viii.MAY WASHBURN, b. Abt. 1884; d. Bef. 1919;

      ix.INFANT WASHBURN, b. Abt. 1886; d. Unknown, died young.

Generation No. 3

3. Celia3 Washburn (Henry Clay2, Unknown1) was born Abt. 1870, and died Unknown.
She married Oliver William Chaussee Oct-21-1885 in probably Rockford, IL, son of Charles Chaussee and Zoway Launderman.
Notes for Celia Washburn:
From Newspaper, don't know what date:
Sunday last was Mrs. O.W. Chaussee's birthday and it was the occasion of a surprise, in the nature of a family reunion, being perpetrated upon her at her home at 303 Center Street.
Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Washburn, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Washburn and Edward, brothers, all of Sioux City, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Washburn and son, Oliver, of this county; the husband's families of her two daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Walz and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fowler, and her daughter, Laura.
At noon, dinner was served and the remainder of the day was spent in just having a good time. The assembled relatives left a number of beautiful presents to better remind her of the day and best wishes for many happy recurrences of the day. The brothers and their families returned on the afternoon train to Sioux City.
More About Celia Washburn:
Also: O.W. Chaussee obit,Celia was from Rockford,IL.
Fact 9: Came to Vermillion with husband in 1914, after living in Fairview twnshp.
More About Oliver William Chaussee:
Also: At time of death, Oliver was foster parent for Nels Paulson.
Cause of Death: Lingering illness of two years
Occ: Prominent businessman.

Children of Celia Washburn and Oliver Chaussee are:
               i.MYRTLE4 CHAUSSEE, b. Abt. 1892; d. Unknown;
m. HARRY FOWLER, Abt. 1910.

               ii.LULU CHAUSSEE, b. Abt. 1894; d. Unknown;
m. HENRY WALTZ, Abt. 1914.

              iii.LAURA CHAUSSEE, b. Abt. 1896; d. Unknown.
Also: Single.

4. Henry A. Washburn (Henry Clay2, Unknown1) was born Sep-17-1874 in Vermillion, South Dakota, and died Jun-28-1952 in Sioux City, Woodbury, Iowa3.
He married Ellen Sandberg Aug-13-1895 in Vemillion,Clay Co.,SD?4, daughter of Andrew Sandberg and Hannah Johanna.
Notes for Henry A. Washburn:
In the Obituary for Mrs. H. Sandberg, it states that her daughter is married to Henry Washburn of Sioux City. More About Henry A. Washburn:
Also: Worked at the livery stable in SD.
Buri: Graceland Park, Sioux City
Cause of Death: Stroke.
Fact 9: He is also known as Harry A. Washburn.
Occ: Livestock commission man after he moved to Sioux City in 1904.

Notes for Ellen Sandberg:
In Ellen Sandberg's obituary 24 Jan 1974:
Member of St. Luke's Lutheran Church, Isis Chapter 173, OES, and the White Shrine and was a former member of the Girls of '68 and the Sunshine League, and was a past noble grand of the Rebekah Lodge.
She suffered from senility in her later days.
More About Ellen Sandberg:
Also: Ellen moved to Elk Point,SD when small.
Buri: Graceland Cem. Sioux City, IA
Fact 9: Ellen graduated from Vermillion,Univ. of SD.
Fact 10: Twin of Anton. Evelyn(daught)says Ellen didn't have a sister-just 2 brothers.
Fact 11: Reportedly half English, half Swedish.5
Fact 12: no middle name5
Fact 13: 1911, Resided in Sioux City, acc. to her mother's obit.
Occ: Taught at Univ. of SD.

Children of Henry Washburn and Ellen Sandberg are:
8.     i.LILLIAN LAURINDA4 WASHBURN, b. 1896, Vermillion, South Dakota; d. Aug-19-1929, Sioux City, Iowa.

               ii.LAURA WASHBURN, b. 1897, Vermillion, South Dakota; d. 1964, Galesburg, Illinois; m. LLOYD DOW, 1924, Sioux City,Woodbury Co.,IA.
Died of cancer
Also: No Children.
Buri: Graceland Park, Sioux City, Iowa Cause of Death: Cancer

9.     iii.ARTHUR J. WASHBURN, b. Jan-2-1900, Burbank, South Dakota; d. Nov-23-1976, Sioux City,Woodbury Co.,IA.

10.     iv.HAZEL IRENE WASHBURN, b. Apr-21-1902, Vermillion, Clay, SD; d. Sep-26-1969, Sioux City, Iowa.

11.     v.VIRGIL WASHBURN, b. Apr-3-1906, Sioux City, Woodbury, Iowa; d. Nov-27-1960, Sioux City, Iowa.

              vi.EVELYN WASHBURN, b. Dec-3-1906, Sioux City, Woodbury, Iowa;
m. (2) STANLEY FREEMAN, Jul-17-1978, Honolulu, HA.
Notes for EVELYN WASHBURN: Doris Carter Okey believes Evelyn was born 12/3/1908.

Also:1985, Returned to Sioux City,IA from HI. Church: Grace Methodist.
Fact 9: no children
Occ: Rate Clerk for Western Union.

5. Myrtle Luella3 Washburn (Henry Clay2, Unknown1) was born Sep-20-1876 in Vermillion, Clay Co., SD, and died Jan-27-1937 in Correll,MN. She married
Fred Maynard May-27-1908 in Vermillion, Clay Co., SD.

Notes for Myrtle Luella Washburn:
OBIT: Jan. 27, 1937:
Rites Held for Mrs. Maynard, Former Clay County Resident Dies at Home in Minnesota:
Funeral Services were held at the Oliver Chaussee home Friday afternoon of last week for Mrs. Fred Maynard, who died at her home in Correll, Minn., early Wednesday morning. The body was brought to the old home here for services and burial with the Rev. W.C. Deer officiating at the last rites. Interment was made in Bluff View cemetery. The Elmore Funeral service directed the arrangements.
Mrs. Maynard, who before her marriage was Myrtle Luella Washburn, had been sick for about a week before she died. She was 60 years old. Born September 20, 1876, at Vermillion, Mrs. Maynard grew to womanhood in this locality. She was married to Fred Maynard, also a resident here, May 27, 1908. About twenty-one years ago Mr. and Mrs. Maynard and family moved to Correll, Minn., where she had since made her home.
Numerous relative and friends were here for the funeral. Pallbearers, old friends and relatives of the family, were Roy Washburn, of Sioux City, Iowa; Albert Sney, of Burbank SD; Ed and Harry Smith, of Correll; Percy Knoll, of Correll, and Oliver Washburn of Vermillion.
Survivors include the widower, Fred Maynard, five sons, Fred, Wayne, Ralph, and max of Correll, and Earl, of Appleton, Wis.; six daughters, Gail and Vera Maynard, of Correll; Mrs. Frances Knoll, Mrs. Helen Clapp, all of Correll; Mrs. Alma Bottolf, of Ponca, Nebr., and Mrs. Nona Truleau, of Elk Point; one sister, Mrs. Celia Chaussee, of Vermillion, and four brothers, Norman Washburn of Vermillion, and Ed, Harry and Frank Washburn, of Sioux City, Iowa. Thirty-one grandchildren and six great grandchildren also survive. Mrs. Maynard was a member of the Evangelical church in Correll but in early days was baptized in the Baptist church here. Sunday flowers were placed on the Baptist alter here in her memory as a tribute from friends.

More About Myrtle Luella Washburn: Also:Myrtle's father passed away at Myrtle's home in Correll, MN.
Buri: Bluff View Cem.,Vermillion,Clay Co.,SD

Children of Myrtle Washburn and Fred Maynard are:
12.     i.RALPH HAROLD4 MAYNARD, b. Abt. 1910.

      ii.EARL MAYNARD, b. Abt. 1912.

              iii.MAX MAYNARD, b. Abt. 1914.

      iv.WAYNE MAYNARD, b. Abt. 1916.

              v.NONA F. MAYNARD, b. Abt. 1918; m.
Abt. 1940.

      vi.FRANCES MAYNARD, b. Abt. 1920; m. KNOLL, Abt. 1940.
Fact 9: Had twin boys acc. to Evelyn Freeman.

              vii.ALMA MAYNARD, b. Abt. 1922; m.
BOTTOLF, Abt. 1942. Notes for ALMA MAYNARD:
Provided genealogy information to Evelyn Washburn Lemke Freeman in 1986

              viii.GAIL MAYNARD, b. Abt. 1923; m.
//, Abt. 1945.

      ix.FRED MAYNARD, b. Abt. 1924.

              x.VERA MAYNARD, b. Abt. 1925.

              xi.HELEN MAYNARD, b. Abt. 1926; m.
Abt. 1950.

6. Frank E.3 Washburn (Henry Clay2, Unknown1)6 was born Abt. 1878, and died Abt. 1950. He married
Artie Allensworth Abt. 1889.
More About Frank E. Washburn:
Also:Oldest Brother.Called 'Uncle Bub'.
Died in the late 40's or 50's.
Buri: Floyd Cem.,Sioux City,IA
Cause of Death: Stroke
Children of Frank Washburn and Artie Allensworth are:
13.     i. LEROY GERTRUDE4 WASHBURN, b. 1900; d. 1983.

      ii.FRANK WASHBURN, b. Abt. 1902; m. ELSIE, Abt. 1925.

      iii.CELIA WASHBURN, b. Abt. 1904; m.
MIZE, Abt. 1924.
Also: Had 2 ch., Tacoma,WA.

              iv.JOSEPHINE WASHBURN, b. Abt. 1906.
Also: 5 children.

7. Norman H.3 Washburn (Henry Clay2, Unknown1)6 was born Abt. 1880, and died Unknown. He married
Kate Abt. 1900.
More About Norman H. Washburn:
Occ: Farmed near Vermillion,SD.
Child of Norman Washburn and Kate is:
              i.OLIVER4 WASHBURN, b. Abt. 1902; d. Jun-1973; m. EBBA?, Abt. 1920.

Generation No. 4
8. Lillian Laurinda4 Washburn (Henry A.3, Henry Clay2, Unknown1)7 was born 1896 in Vermillion, South Dakota7, and died Aug-19-1929 in Sioux City, Iowa7. She married
Earl Garner Carter 1916, son of Albert Carter and Mary.
Notes for Lillian Laurinda Washburn:
Died of heart attack or ruptured appendix(the latter according to Evelyn Freeman). Belonged to Latter Day Saints.

Mrs. Earl Carter Dead. Wife of Sioux City Cattle Salesman Passes Away at Local Hospital:

   Word was received at the yards this morning of the death last night of Mrs. Earl Carter, wife of Earl Carter, a cattle salesman on this market. mrs. Carter was the daughter of H. A. Washburn, for many years connected with commission firms at the yards, and the sister of Arthur Washburn, a hog salesman here.

Mrs. Carter was born in Vermilion, SD in 1896, she lived there until she was 18 years old and then came to Sioux City, where she has since lived. Mrs. Carter was married in 1916.

Surviving Mrs. Carter are: Her widower; two daughters, Helen and Dolores; her parents; two brothers, Arthur and Virgil Washburn, and three sisters, Mrs. Laura Dow, Mrs. Helen Jacobson and Mrs. Kenneth Lemke, all of Sioux City. Anderson's undertaking company will be in charge of funeral services. Another Obit: Carter Funeral Today. Services to be Held at 2:00 P.M. With Yard Friends Pallbearers.

  Funeral services for Mrs. Lillian Carter, 33 years old, 2121 South Helen Street, a resident of Sioux City since 1918, who died in a Sioux City hospital Wednesday night following an illness of three weeks will be held at 2 o'clock this afternoon at the latter Day Saints church. Rev. J.E. Keck, pastor, will officiate and burial will be in Granceland Park cemetery under the direction of Anderson's funeral parlors.

The pallbearers will be friends of the family employed at the yards, including Ed Kerley, A.G. Cowne, Dave Barton, W.C. Schenk, Frank Schuyler and T.C. Wicks.

More About Lillian Laurinda Washburn:
Also: 1916, Came to Sioux City, IA
Buri: Graceland Cem. Sioux City, IA
Cause of Death: Ruptured appendix,heart attack.
Church: Latter Day Saints
More About Earl Garner Carter:
Occ: Sioux City Cattle Salesman
Children of Lillian Washburn and Earl Carter are:
14.     i.HELEN5 CARTER, b. Jun-4-1916, Sioux City, IA; d. Nov-23-1985, Enid, OK.

15.     ii. DELORES CARTER, b. Jul-1-1922, Sioux City, IA.

9. Arthur J.4 Washburn (Henry A.3, Henry Clay2, Unknown1) was born Jan-2-1900 in Burbank, South Dakota, and died Nov-23-1976 in Sioux City,Woodbury Co.,IA. He married
Marie Van Vick Aug-22-1918.
More About Arthur J. Washburn:
Buri: Graceland Park, Sioux City, Iowa
Children of Arthur Washburn and Marie Van Vick are:
16.     i.ELLEN5 WASHBURN, b. Abt. 1919.

      ii.DOROTHY WASHBURN, b. Abt. 1921; m.
CARL LOIDL, Abt. 1941.

      iii.LOIS MAE WASHBURN, b. Abt. 1923; m.
ROY NANCE, Abt. 1945.

      iv.ARTHUR RAYMOND WASHBURN, b. Abt. 1925.
10. Hazel Irene4 Washburn (Henry A.3, Henry Clay2, Unknown1) was born Apr-21-1902 in Vermillion, Clay, SD, and died Sep-26-1969 in Sioux City, Iowa. She married
(1) Nels Victor Jacobson Jun-4-1919 in Sioux City, Woodbury Co., IA, son of Gustav Jacobson and Josephine Brolin. She married
(2) Henry Winther Aft. 1933. She married (3) Ray William Klaas Jan-1944, son of Fred Klaas and Grace.

More About Hazel Irene Washburn:
Also: Ran a speak-easy called The Roost,tavern & restaurant during prohibition.
Buri: Graceland, Sioux City, Iowa
Cause of Death: Lung damage caused by bronchiolitis over a period of 5-6 years.

Fact 9: Came to Sioux City as infant w/ parents. Aft.married lived at 4406 4th Ave.

Notes for Nels Victor Jacobson:
from the Woodbury County Death Records: Nels Victor Jacobson married
Hazel ? b. Dec. 20, 1901 in Sioux City.
d. Dec. 31, 1933 Burial 4 Jan, 1934
residence 3715 Stone Ave. occupation Hog buyer Stock Yards cause of death Fractured Skull, concussion
More About Nels Victor Jacobson:
Also:: Passenger in a one car accident on Sunday afternoon. Unknown cause.
Buri: Graceland Cem. Sioux City, IA
Cause of Death: Fractured skull, concussion, from car accident
Church: Lutheran
Occ: Hog buyer for the Stock Yards.
Children of Hazel Washburn and Nels Jacobson are:
17.     i.NORMAN HARRY5 JACOBSON, b. Sep-17-1919, Sioux City, Woodbury, Iowa; d. Mar-7-1986, Long Beach, CA.

18.     ii.WILBUR VICTOR JACOBSON, b. May-14-1921, Sioux City, Woodbury, Iowa, USA; d. Mar-17-1981, Sioux Falls, South Dakota.

               iii.WARREN EARL JACOBSON, b. May-14-1921, Sioux City, Woodbury, Iowa; d. Mar-1-1983, Graceland, Sioux City, Iowa;
m. EUNICE STINES, Abt. 1947, Grace Methodist Church.
Warren had an accident involving a milk bottle when he was young. According to Evelyn Washburn Lemke, the two boys, Warren and Wilbur, were helping their stepfather, Henry Winthers, deliver milk on his route. Warren fell with a milk bottle and the broken glass caused him to lose an eye.
Married for a period of less than a month.
Cause of Death:
Heart attack.
Fact 9: Had a glass eye due to accident w/ milk bottle when young boy.

11. Virgil4 Washburn (Henry A.3, Henry Clay2, Unknown1) was born Apr-3-1906 in Sioux City, Woodbury, Iowa, and died Nov-27-1960 in Sioux City, Iowa. He married
Marie M. Wold Dec-6-1925 in Sioux City,Woodbury Co.,IA.
Notes for Virgil Washburn:
Died of heart attack.
More About Virgil Washburn:
Buri: Memorial Park, Sioux City, Iowa Cause of Death: Heart attack Occ: Hog Salesman at Sioux City Stock Yards for 30 yrs.
More About Marie M. Wold:
Church: St. Lukes Lutheran Children of Virgil Washburn and Marie Wold are:
              i.JOYCE5 WASHBURN, b. Abt. 1927; m.
               ii.ROBERT VIRGIL WASHBURN, b. Abt. 1929; m.
MARY LOUISE ANN HOWARD8, Apr-24-1952, St. Michael's Church, Sioux City, IA9.
              iii.DONALD L. WASHBURN, b. Abt. 1931.

12. Ralph Harold Maynard (Myrtle Luella3 Washburn, Henry Clay2, Unknown1)10 was born Abt. 1910. He married
Elly Adelia Swenson. More About Ralph Harold Maynard: Fact 9: had twin girls acc. to Evelyn Freeman
Children of Ralph Maynard and Elly Swenson are:
        i.DORIS5 MAYNARD.
13. Leroy Gertrude4 Washburn (Frank E.3, Henry Clay2, Unknown1) was born 1900, and died 198311. He married
Charlotte Bliven Abt. 1920.

Child of Leroy Washburn and Charlotte Bliven is:
20.     i.LEROY5 WASHBU