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1 "Ona Kedanyte", my grandmother. I have an original baptizmal certificate of grandma which Reverend Father Butkus has translated into an official document
in English for me. It was thru him that I leared so much about the last names and
the spellings of the last names. For instance, my grandmother was baptized
Ona Kendanyte, but once she married, her name became Ona Kedanis. And, of
course, now living in the US Ona became Anna. Grandma took in boarders, and
she saved every penny!! All of her children got a good education and that is what she saved every penny for. Grandma is buried in Woodmere Cemetary, Detroit, MI., Lot #112, Section Oak Ridge. Grandma is also listed as Ona Maskialis in the Plat Book Records.
The death certificate lists grandma's parents as Father - Kedanyte Maskelias and Mother - Ann Levckaite. This is incorrect. Her Father was Ignas Kedanis and her Mother was Marijona Levickaite. Official documention from her birth certificate, Birth Register #214, yr 1883, Rudamina Roman Catholic Parish, Diocese of Vilkaviskis, Republic of Lithuania.

Elaine Maskelis Besco 
Kedanyte, Anna (P625)
 
2 1933 - Knights of Columbus Council 102 basketball team Class A.
Joe Maskelis, T. Scurfuri, Al Mays, Ed Malenski, Joe Major, Wally Malenski, and N. Waring. This picture is in my possesion.

1952 - January 27 the bowling team of Rose O'Hare Auto Restoration bowled the series of 12388 at Springwells Recreation, Detroit, MI. 
Maskelis, Joseph John (P380)
 
3 Alexander Avery married Deborah Spencer Matthews. Deborah had two children by marriage o Matthews before he died of T.B..

Alexander listed 1850 census Sanilac County.

His mother's brother, Sam Rumerfield died in the Civil War of 1812 and is buried in the 'National Monument Cemetary' for Civil War Soldiers in Lexington, MI.

According to a letter written by Grandma Katie - Sam Rumerfield, Alexander Avery's mother and John D. Rocerfeller's mother were sister's and a brother. 
Avery, Alexander (P571)
 
4 All that I know about by great-grandmother is that when last heard from her, she
was 90 years old and still working the fields in Lithuania. Then the Russians
came in and she was never heard from since.

Elaine Maskelis Besco 
Levickaite, Marijona (P634)
 
5 Aunt Mary's delayed birth record states that her birthday was September 9, 1906, but the baptism record shows that her birthdate was September 7, 1906. Maskelis, Mary Magdalene (P629)
 
6 Bernhardt Fischer 1800-? married Christina Harman. They were shop keepers in Calla, S. E. Germany. There were three children. John who came to Canada, Catherine who was born and died in Germany and daughter #2 who was a dwarf. Fischer, Bernhardt (P579)
 
7 Betty was adopted and never knew her mother or father. Kehoe, Betty K (P283)
 
8 Came over from Ireland just before Civil War
settled in Mason, TX 
Crosby, Christopher "Christie" C. (P405)
 
9 came to Texas around the time of The Alamo. Settled in Gonzalez, TX for many years but after the Civil War, moved to Wimberly, TX.
had seven kids, only Robert Allen Pierce is known at this time 
Pierce, Rueben C (P422)
 
10 Croswell newspaper clipping, April 22 - CROSWELL WORSHIPFUL MASTER BELIEVED OLDEST IN MICHIGAN -

J. W. Fisher, worshipful master of Croswell lodge No. 469, F. & A. M., celebrated his eightieth birthday Wednesday.

Mr. Fisher is the oldest man to hold this office in the lodge and is believed to be the oldest worshipful master of any Masonic lodge in Michigan at the present time. He has been a member of the Croswell lodge 18 years. He has also been a member of the Forester lodge 49 years.

Mr. Fisher was born in Simcoe, Norfold county, Ont., April 20, 1858 the oldest of 11 children born to William and Catherine Fisher, pioneer residents of that vicinity. Mr. Fisher came to Michigan in 1880 and was employed in the lumbering business in Au Sable 12 years. He moved to a farm in Grant township, St. Clair county in 1894 and in 1900 came to Lexington township, Sanilac county, wwhere he purchased the Matthew French farm east of here. He lived on this farm 18 years coming to Croswell in 1918. Since that time he has lived a retired life.

Mr. and Mrs. Fisher will celebrate their golden wedding anniversary Sept. 8. Mrs. Fisher was Miss Susan M. James. Their marriage took place in Au Sable Sept. 8, 1888. They have two daughters, Mrs. I. Roy Cook and Mrs. Harry Cummings, both of Lexington. Six grandchildren and three great grandchildren. Mr. Fisher also has four brothers and four sisters, John Fisher, South Middleton, Ont.; Charles and George Fisher, all of Tilsonburg, Ont; four sisters, Mrs. Wallace Sinden, Langton, Ont.; Mrs. Lester Mitchell, Croswell; Mrs. Lawrence Turnbull, Delhi, Ont, and Mrs. John Clark, Maybees Corners, Ont. Mr. Fisher has drawn a picture of his family tree covering a peiod of 70 years. There are now 82 branches on the tree. Each branch represents a descendant of his parents, William and Catherine Fisher.

Mr. Fisher served on the Croswell council from 1924 to 1934. He lists among his favorite sports hunting and fishing. He also take great pleasure in his annual visits to Tilsonburg. He take pride in his splendid garden and is one of a committee which will judge a better homes and gardens contest, which is being sponsored by the Croswell Commercial club. Mr. Fisher walks with the erect carriage of a young man and few would guess him to be more than 65 years old. 
Fisher, John William (P436)
 
11 Daniel is listed on the census rolls as being both a painter and owning the "Draging Company". Daniel was both. Family knowledge. John Henry Bock and Daniel Komray formed the Draging Company which is still today owned and run by the Bock children. Daniel as being a painter, had developed a 'varnish' which everyone wanted to know his secret. The varnish had such a hard finish that Richie could not even chisel through it. Rich tried to duplicate it when he got older but could not. He thought it to be a substance called 'water glass' which you could purchase in any drug store or hardware store. He tried mixing the 'water glass' in the varnish, but could not find the proper dosage of each. It is close to the substance we know today as 'ployethelene'. Daniel took his secret to his grave. Komray, Daniel (P641)
 
12 Deacon and sergeant of Narragansett War. He and Mary had 10 children.

Isaac lived in Ipswich. He was on the list of commoners. In 1672, Sergeant in the Narragensett War. He held various offices in the town as moderator, surveyor, constable and selectman. He was chosen deacon of the church in 1686. The story of his experience with the Minister Rev. Thomas Gilbert, shows that he was influential before he was deacon, for the minister, one day come into the pulpit badly beside himself from drink. His speech was confused and he forgot the order of exercises.

First he prayed and he sang, then he prayed again and sang again. Finally, Isaac Cummings arose and requested him to stop. The deacon was not above all the influences prevailing in him time.

For at the period of the 'witchcraft' excitement he testified in court against elizabeth how, that a mare of his was strangely affected under Elizabeth's bad influence.

His testimony was corroborated by that of Isaac, his son and of Mary, his wife.

Elizabeth How was condemned and executed in July 1692. 
Cummings, Isaac (P565)
 
13 Deborah's name was pronounced - Daa-bore-ahh.

Alexander Avery married Deborah Spencer Matthews. Deborah had two children by marriage o Matthews before he died of T.B.. 
Matthews, Deborah Spencer (P572)
 
14 Died suddenly on his way home from Winser, Ohio. Pastor of Marlboro N. H. where ordained. Graduated from Harvard in 1768, taught school prior to be ordained. Joseph and Anna had 10 children. Cummings, Joseph (P556)
 
15 Dorothy was adopted and never new her mother or father. Kehoe, Dorothy R (P9)
 
16 Edward (my uncle) the eldest son on John and Anna Maskelis. He was born in Wyoming, PA, Luzurne County September 8, 1902 by midwife. Baptised September 12, 1902 at St. Casimir's Church in Pittston, PA. His godparents were: Matthew Launikaitis and Anna Greulick. Married Francis Kairuinas on October 3, 1926 at St. Anthony's (Lithuanian) Church, 1750 Twenty-Fifth Street, Detroit, MI. Edward worked at US Rubber in Detroit. As a youngster he worked in the coal mines with Grandpa.He was known as a "coal breaker". And because of this job at the mines, his face had become "pitted" from the coal chips hitting his face. Grandpa moved Ed and the family out of PA and the coal mine industry in 1916 moving them to Detroit to seek imployment at the new automobile factory built by Henry Ford. Ed worked at US Rubber in Detroit, MI. He was a tire maker. Uncle Ed is buried at Woodmere Cemetary, Detroit, MI, Lot# 97, Section Crest Haven.
(Some records show Edward as being born September 9, but the official records at St. Caismir' s show Edward born September 8, l902.)

Elaine Maskelis Besco 
Maskelis, Edward John (P626)
 
17 Father Kott was adopted. Kott, John Jay (P334)
 
18 Frances, wife of Edward, was born in West Virginia. All information regarding Aunt Francis and her family, I have gotten from their eldest daughter Ruth. Francis was the second of eleven childred born Michael Kairnus and Anna (Kablitis). She is buried at Woodmere Cemetary, Detroit, MI, Lot# 97, Section
Crest Haven.
Her death certificate lists her parents as Michael Kairunus and Anna Kedanis. Her mother was Anna Kablitis.

Elaine Maskelis Besco 
Kairunus, Frances Patricia (P849)
 
19 from Tennessee
married Marinda Mays in late 1850's
was killed in the Civil War fighting for the Confederacy. He was between ages of 30 and 40 when killed 
Judd, JL (P427)
 
20 Godfrey Kummerer owned farm land in Warren Township, Trumbell County, Ohio, USA. He is buried in the Lordstown Lutheran Cemetary. Warren, being a Township in this year, might now be the City of Lordstown. We do know that he was born in Wuttemberg, Germany in the year 1820. His parents are unknown at this time, but I'm in the process now of trying to get this info through the marriage records (if they were married in OH). Richie, my Ohio cousin, had an uncle-in-law who says that he found Godfrey on the ships manifestation showing that Godfrey came here with a wife, 3 children and a trunk. This is incorrect. The names of Daniel, Percilla, Samuel and Lottie had been given to me as a teen-ager when I began asking questions of the family history. Over the years, it has been supported by the census rolls, but showing that Percilla, not Daniel, was the eldest as I had recorded the children by eldest to youngest as my grandma had told me. Alas, this is the year 1996 that I have this wonderful program to get all of the data that I retain knowledge and written geneology records of onto, and grandma passed away on Christmas Eve 1975. I have just supported more evidence of this fact - see Eva's notes.

Godfrey did marry Eva Barbara Boulder born in Saxe-Corburg (Saxony), Germany on December 10, 1836 and died in Warren, Trumbell County, Ohio, USA on May 16, 1926. She is buried at Oakwood Cemetary in Warren.

Godfrey was 16 years older than Eva. Was there possibly another marriage?

Census rolls: 1860 M-653 Reel 1040. 1870: M-593 Reel 1272. 1880: T-9 Reel 1070. 1900.

I have today recieved info from the Rev. Dr. Johnny Bell, Paster of the Lordstown Church having helped me with the research on Godfrey. The death record of Godfrey show that he was 59 years and 15 days old at the time of his death. Making his birth date at December 30, 1820? November 30, 1820? He died of Epilepsy December 15, 1879. He was 59 years, 15 days old. I also have received extensive info from William and Betty Dunbar at Oakwood cemetary on all of the family as to actual birth and death dates, fathers and mother of the deceased that I did not have. I thank them for their help.

Trying to make sure that I have all notes on everyone is delaying me getting all of the info to the Family World Maker that I have on the family, so I am going to stop making all of my notes and sources complete. All of my research has been verified through family records, birth certificates, death certificates, census rolls, cemetary records, church records, marriage records. I am going to record everything that I have todate, send it in the the Family World Maker and then go back and record my sources and notes. My off/on again reseach has taken me over 40 years of questions of the Maskelis, Kendanis, Kummerer, Sullivan, etc families.

Elaine Becso 
Kummerer, Godfrey (P639)
 
21 Godfrey Kummerer owned farm land in Warren Township, Trumbell County, Ohio, USA. He is buried in the Lordstown Lutheran Cemetary. Warren, being a Township in this year, might now be the City of Lordstown. We do know that he was born in Wuttemberg, Germany in the year 1820. His parents are unknown at this time, but I'm in the process now of trying to get this info through the marriage records (if they were married in OH). Richie, my Ohio cousin, had an uncle-in-law who says that he found Godfrey on the ships manifestation showing that Godfrey came here with a wife, 3 children and a trunk. This is incorrect. The names of Daniel, Percilla, Samuel and Lottie had been given to me as a teen-ager when I began asking questions of the family history. Over the years, it has been supported by the census rolls, but showing that Percilla, not Daniel, was the eldest as I had recorded the children by eldest to youngest as my grandma had told me. Alas, this is the year 1996 that I have this wonderful program to get all of the data that I retain knowledge and all of my written geneology notes of onto, and grandma passed away on Christmas Eve 1975. I have just verified this more as the 1900 census (Roll #1039-91) states Eva as having come to America in the year 1854, having been here for 46 years.

Godfrey did marry Eva Barbara Boulder born in Saxe-Corburg (Saxony), Germany on December 10, 1836 and died in Warren, Trumbell County, Ohio, USA on May 16, 1926. She is buried at Oakwood Cemetary in Warren.

Godfrey was 16 years older than Eva. Was there possibly another marriage?

Census rolls: 1860 M-653 Reel 1040. 1870: M-593 Reel 1272. 1880: T-9 Reel 1070. 1900 1038-91. 1910 T-624 Reel 1235.

Eva's parents were both born in Saxony!!

Elaine Besco 
Boulder, Eva Barbara (P640)
 
22 Grandma Jo was born in Oregon. Came to Detroit by covered wagon. She, her dad and sister lived in Disco, Michigan. They went to work at David B. Conners farm when she was 13 (on Van Dyke in Utica). There is where she and Mary met John and 'Gus' Kott. It is from the Conner's that the 'Chicken Pot Pie' receipe comes from. Fuller, Josephine (P332)
 
23 had seven kids, only Robert Allen Pierce is known at this time Ophelia (P423)
 
24 I do not know really anything much about John Hoag. I do know from the 1900 and 1910 census rolls (T623 Reel 1325 and T624 Reel 1235} that he was a laborer at the Boiler Works. He was born in Ohio and his parents were both born in Scotland. They lived at 206 Highland, Warren, Trumbell County, OH, USA.

They had one son, Peter Earl, who eventually became the bookkeeper for the Draging Co. A company formed by John "Henry" Bock and Daniel Komray.

There are also more Hoag's buried at Oakwood, but I do not know where to put them in relationship to John.

Elaine Besco 
Hoag, John H (P777)
 
25 I do not know really anything much about John Hoag. I do know from the 1900 and 1910 census rolls (T623 Reel 1325 and T624 Reel 1235} that he was a laborer at the Boiler Works. He was born in Ohio and his parents were both born in Scotland. They lived at 206 Highland, Warren, Trumbell County, OH, USA.

They had one son, Peter Earl, who eventually became the bookkeeper for the Draging Co. A company formed by John "Henry" Bock and Daniel Komray. 
Hoag, Earl Peter (P778)
 
26 Isaac and Abigail married March 8, 1716. He was a farmer at Topsfield, Mass. They had six children. Abigail died at age 75 in 1771. Cummings, Isaac (P561)
 
27 Isaac and Alice had 7 children. He had a second wife Frances Sherwin. He was a farmer in Ipswich, Mass. Cummings, Isaac (P563)
 
28 It was in 19th century Ireland that Michael Coyne, Honora Joyce and their families were born and raised. To better understand their lives, it is necessary to know something of the time in which they lived.

To prevent the Irish from repossessing their lands or enabling themselves through education or political activity to challenge British rue, the English enacted a series of laws aimed against the Catholics. The Penal Laws were in effect for over a hundred years, but were enforced with varying degrees of severity and were eventually phased out.

Catholics were excluded from voting until 1829 and could not hold office. Owning
firearms or a horse worth more than a few dollars were forbidden. Teaching, going to university or going abroad to be educated were also illegal. Teh receive an education, Catholic youths attended "Hedge Schools" taught by "Hedge Teachers". Classes were held out of doors in isolated places while watch was kept for strangers and the authorities. By mid-century, national schools were being established, but classes ere taught only in English. (At one time it was illegal to even speak Gaelic).

Until 1869, when the Catholic and Presbyterian Churchs were legally recognised by England. Mass was forbidden and priests were often hunted. People still managed to gather at 'mass rocks' in remote fields or caves to hear Mass while others watched for the authorities. One such rock was located in a field in Seeauns. If caught, all present could be tortured or killed. There was also the problem of 'jumpers', people who would attend Mass only to disrupt the proceedings.

Most land was owned by Protestants, many of whom were absentee landlords who rented to Catholic tenants. There were all sorts of problems with unfair rents, short term leases, evictions and rent collectors. It was not until this century that the land problems were finally resolved.

By 1841, Ireland's population of over eight million made it the most densely populated country in Europe. Life was difficult. There was wide-spread unemployment, poverty, overcrowding and a shortage of farmland. Most farms in Connemarra were under five acres, barely enough to support a family and to pay the rent.

Famines occured periodically, the the Great Famine of 1845-47 had a lasting impact on the Irish people. It is estimated that a million people died of starvation and another million emigrated. Mass evictions took place. The pattern of young people emigrating for jobs and opportunity begain after the Famine and continues to this day.

Prior to this time, early marriages were common, afterwards, marrying later in life became the norm. Ireland's population is now about half of what it had been in the early 1840s.

Another major result of the Famine was the elimination of the Irish language along with its legends and stories in favor of English. Gaelic was all but forgotten except in a few isolated areas of Connemarra. It was not until the end of the century that there was a serious attempt to revive the language and its many legends.

As you will see, the lives of the Joyces and Coynes relected the time in which they lived.

One well known 'cousin' we cannot overlook is Adolphe Menjou, a film star of the 1930 and 40s. Born in Pittsburgh, his mother was Nora Joyce who was originally from Ungwee. (Her photo appears in the second edition of PITTSBURGH; THE STORY OF AN AMERICAN CITY by Stefan Lorant). His father Henry Menjou owned a restaurant in the Hill District where relatives would work as they arrived from Ireland.

While everyone remembers being told Adolphe was a cousin, no one knew how he was related. Based on a few clues from letters, my guess would be the Nora Menjou's father, Patrick Joyce, may have been a brother of our Peter Joyce, making Nora and Honora first cousins. Coynes were also supposed to be related by marriage to Nora's mother Mary Faherty. Michael Coyne's sister married a Faherty

There is lots more credit to be given to Debby, but I have so many other things to record that I must get on with my own research.

This documentation was written by Debby Rabold of Pittsburgh, PA. And all info on the early descendants of Michael Coyne and Honora Joyce are also her credits. 
Coyne, Michael (P690)
 
29 John Bock's parents were born in Germany. John was born in Ohio. 1900 Census rolls #1038-91. Bock, John Henry (P782)
 
30 John Maskelis, my grandfather. Records are mostly from family. I do have the
marriage certificate (copy) from St. Casimer's Church, Pittston, PA. The church
has been closed down and all of the records have been sent over to the church
in Wyoming. I have lots of more records thru this church for the family and I have updated the church with what records that I have. I know their exact where-a-bouts in the year 1910, but am unable to located them on the cencus
rolls. They were still in Luzerne County, PA in that year. It was a few years
later that grandpa and Edward (his eldest son) came to Michigan to investigate
the automobile factory that Henry Ford had built to make cars. Grandpa wanted
to get his sons out of the coal mining industry. Grandpa liked what he saw here
and went back to get his family to move here (MI). They lived on Olivet Street in
Detroit until they bought their home on Norman. Grandpa is buried at Woodmere
Cemetary, Detroit, MI, Lot #112, Section Oak Ridge. Grandpa is also listed as John Maskialis in the Plat Book Records.

Elaine Maskelis Besco 
Maskialis, John (P624)
 
31 Joseph was born March 20, 1724 had 9 children. He was married 3 times. Mary Hovey Hale, Judith Patty Perkins and Lucy Knowlton. He was a very wealthy man. He lived in Topsfield. He had 9 children. Cummings, Joseph (P557)
 
32 Levi's parents were both born in PA (census rolls). Fuller, Levi (P336)
 
33 lived to be 100.
came by ox cart to Wimberly, TX from Missouri in 1853
raised all the kids of Robert Allen Pierce and Josephine Judd 
Mays, Marinda (P428)
 
34 Moving to Lexington, MI in the spring of 1837 (the year that MI became a state) and settling on a homestead two mile north and two miles west and building a log house on N>E> corner of what is now Roach Road and Wixon Road.

Daphne's brother Ruebin Wright (born 1801) and his wife arrived at the same time and settle on the land adjoining them to the north.

Joseph and Daphine died in 1855 from the effects of fighting a big forest fire that swept through there that summer. Daphne's brother Rubin also lost his wife and child in the fire. He lived with Trueman E. and Susan Cummings until his death in 1890.

Joseph and Daphine are buried in the old Long Cemetary. Rubin is buried in the old Lexington cemetary. 
Cummings, Joseph Eliot (P569)
 
35 My great-grandfather. I have the village and town where he was born thru my
verbal family contact, usually Tony Maskelis from Toronto. Joseph had five
children. I'm guessing at his birth date by the ages of the children. I'm also
guessing that he was a farmer as most of the family was in Lithuania. These
facts I know because Tony was still a young boy living there before they immagrated to Toronto and he remembers running across the farm lands to visit
with our relatives.

I have just recently located another Maskelis family in New Britian, CT, but cannot connect them as yet into how they work into the family. I have lost contact with Tony, so he cannot help me. I'm trying to find out if he has passed away or in a convalesent home in Toronto.

This other family consists, so far, of Peter Maskelis, son of John Maskelis and Catherine Petalutas, all born in Lithuania. Peter, born February 2, 1887 and died October 11, 1952. Married Genevieve (Milius, Milutas) born January 3, 1887 (Lithuania) and died April 25, 1972. They had two children (known only as of this date, 10\1996) Edward V. Maskelis (most probably Victor) born July 28, 1921? (at his death July 11, 1969 he was 47 years 11 months and 14 days old). He was born in New Britian, CT. Aldona Maskelis born June 11, 1920 in New Britian, CT and died June 25, 1963 in New Britian, CT. I have all the death certificates and the cemetary records for these for people.

Elaine Maskelis Besco 
Maskialis, Joseph (P622)
 
36 One of Uncle Otis and Aunt Fannie's children owns the Antler's Bar in the Sioux but I'm not sure which one. Aunt Alice or Uncle Ray would know. Kinney, Otis (P742)
 
37 Ordained as Baptist Pastor in 1805 - settled in Sullivan, N.H. in 1810. Later moved to Roxbury, which is an Historical place now. He formed baptist churches in Keene - Swansey - Marlboro - Peterboro - Hillsboro - Lyndeboro - Antrim. He had a strong physical constitution. The had 7 children. Daughter Mary married Luke Hemingway who wrote articles for the Saturday Evening Post, a well known writer. She died at 'Villa Altroeche', near Florence, Italy on Feb 20, 1885. Two children (of Mary and Luke) Rosalie and Pauline. Pauline married Domenico Altroechi who died in 1879. Pauline continued living in Italy where her mother joined her after Luke Hemingway's death. Mary Hemenway is buried in the Protestant Cemetary in Florence with her daughter and her daughter's busband. Cummings, Charles (P560)
 
38 She came to US in 1910, one year after her husband Stanley Korkus.
She changed her name from Peciulis to Petchulis. 
Petchulis, Anna Mary (P448)
 
39 Source Medium: Ancestry.com

1993-2002 White Pages, Little Rock, AR, USA: Acxiom Corporation 
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41 Source Medium: Ancestry.com

Michigan Department of Vital and Health Records, Michigan Death Index, Lansing, MI, USA 
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Source (S1518669845)
 
43 Source Medium: Ancestry.com

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Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index, Master File, : Social Security Administration 
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