Descendants of Job Cozad  

Descendants of JACQUES COSSART


Generation No. 1

1.  JACQUES1 COSSART1 was born 1595 in Picardy, France1.  He married RACHEL GELTON1.  She was born  in LIEGE ( NOW BELGIUM )1.
 
Children of JACQUES COSSART and RACHEL GELTON are:
 i. RACHELLE2 COSSART1, b. June 24, 16321.
2. ii. JACQUES COSSART, b. May 29, 1639, LEYDEN , HOLLAND; d. Abt. 1684, Brooklyn , King Co., New York.
 

Generation No. 2

2.  JACQUES2 COSSART (JACQUES1)1 was born May 29, 1639 in LEYDEN , HOLLAND1, and died Abt. 1684 in Brooklyn , King Co., New York1.  He married LEA LYDIA WILLEMS VILLEMAN1 August 14, 1656 in LEYDEN , HOLLAND1.  She was born Abt. 1641 in Holland1, and died 1685 in Brooklyn, Kings Co., New York1.
 
Children of JACQUES COSSART and LEA VILLEMAN are:
 i. LEA3 COSSART1, b. Bef. May 31, 16571.
 ii. RACHELLE COSSART1, b. Bef. November 11, 1658, bef 16621.
 iii. SUSANNA COSSART1, b. February 03, 1660/611.
 iv. JANET COSART1, b. Bef. November 28, 16651; d. 17361.
 v. JACQUE JACOB COSSART1, b. April 11, 1668, NEW YORK, King Co., New York1; d. 1731, New York, King Co., New York1; m. ANNA MARY CASPERSPRINGSTEEN1, 16951; b. Abt. 16681; d. 1731, New York, King Co., New York1.
 vi. DAVID COSSART1, b. July 18, 1671, NEW YORK1; d. 1740, Bound Brook, Somerset Co., New Jersey1; m. STYNTJE SYLVIA JORIS VAN HORNE1, October 11, 16961; b. May 09, 16771.
3. vii. ANTHONY COSSART, b. November 14, 1673, Brooklin, King Co., New York; d. Somerset Co., New Jersey.
 

Generation No. 3

3.  ANTHONY3 COSSART (JACQUES2, JACQUES1)1 was born November 14, 1673 in Brooklin, King Co., New York1, and died  in Somerset Co., New Jersey1.  He married (1) ELISABETH LYDA VALENTINE1 August 02, 1696 in Schenectady, New York1, daughter of JAY VALYNTINE and CATHERINE TAMAMIZER.  She was born Abt. 1675 in Schenectady, New York1, and died Bef. 1722 in Somerville, Somerset Co., New Jersey1.  He married (2) JUDITH1 Bef. 17221.
 
Children of ANTHONY COSSART and ELISABETH VALENTINE are:
 i. WILLIAM4 COSART1.
 ii. JANNETTJE COSART1.
 iii. JOHN COSART1, d. 17571.
 iv. ANTHONY COSART1, d. 17801.
 v. LEA COSART1, b. Bef. June 04, 16971.
4. vi. JACOB COZAD COSSART I, b. October 16, 1701, BROOKLYN, NEW YORK; d. April 19, 1772, BOUND BROOK, NEW JERSEY.
 vii. ELIZABETH COSART1, b. 17231.
 viii. DAVID COSART1, b. 17251.
 

Generation No. 4

4.  JACOB COZAD4 COSSART I (ANTHONY3 COSSART, JACQUES2, JACQUES1)1 was born October 16, 1701 in BROOKLYN, NEW YORK1, and died April 19, 1772 in BOUND BROOK, NEW JERSEY1.  He married ANNA HANNA COX1 1723 in Bridgewater , Somerset Co., New Jersey1, daughter of PHILIP COX and HANNAH TREMBLAY.  She was born January 17, 1706/071, and died September 17851.
 
Children of JACOB COSSART I and ANNA COX are:
 i. MARY5 COSAD1, d. 17981; m. SUTTON1.
 ii. REV JACOB COZAD1, b. January 24, 1723/24, Bound Brook, Somerset, NJ1; d. January 26, 1812, Mt. Olive, Morris, NJ1; m. (1) ELIZABETH SUTTON1, 1742, Somerset, NJ1; b. October 24, 1724, Basking Ridge, Somerset, NJ1; d. 1758, Morris, NJ1; m. (2) EKIZABETH TINGLEY1, 17571; b. 17241; d. March 12, 1812, MT.OLIVE., ORRIS, NEW JERSEY1.
 iii. ELIZABETH COSAD1, b. Bef. April 04, 17251; m. ELIPHALET LEWIS1.
 iv. SAMUEL COSART1, b. 1726, Somerset, NJ1; d. 1811, near Mendham, Morris, NJ1; m. (1) PERCILLA BURT FAIRCHILD1; m. (2) ANNA CLARK1, 17531; b. January 26, 1726/271; d. Abt. 17771.
5. v. JOB COSART, b. 1728, Somerset, NJ; d. Abt. September 1815, Frankfort Twp near Branchville, Sussex Co., New Jersey.
 vi. ANNA COSAD1, b. 17341; m. ONESIMUS BELL1.
 vii. ANTHONY COSART1, b. 1740, Beardstown, Somerset, NJ1; d. June 1790, Somerset, NJ1; m. CATHERINE COON1; b. 1746, Bernard, NJ1; d. August 20, 1825, near Greenville, OH1.
 viii. LEAH COSDA1, b. 17431; m. JOSEPH RIGGS1.
 

Generation No. 5

5.  JOB5 COSART (JACOB COZAD4 COSSART I, ANTHONY3 COSSART, JACQUES2, JACQUES1)1 was born 1728 in Somerset, NJ1, and died Abt. September 1815 in Frankfort Twp near Branchville, Sussex Co., New Jersey1.  He married (1) ABIGAIL CLARK1.    He married (2) HANNAH WINMANS1 1760 in Roxbury, Morris, NJ1.  She was born 17331, and died March 02, 1815 in Frankfort Twp, near Branchville, Sussex Co., New Jersey1.
 
Children of JOB COSART and HANNAH WINMANS are:
 i. BENONE6 COZAD1, b. September 27, 17611.
 ii. ANNE COZAD1, b. December 13, 17631; d. Aft. 18151; m. PETER FISHER1.
 iii. NATHANIEL COZAD1, b. July 16, 17641; m. UNKNOWN1, Abt. 17841.
 iv. ABBIGAIL COZAD1, b. January 07, 17661.
6. v. REV JOB COZAD, b. August 16, 1769, Frankfort, Sussex, NJ; d. August 1820, McArthur, Vinton, OH.
 vi. ELIHU COZAD1, b. December 20, 17711; d. 18291; m. ANN MC COY1, September 11, 1801, Frankfort Twp near Branchville, Sussex1; d. 1843, Mercer, PA1.
 vii. JACOB COZAD1, b. January 31, 17741.
 viii. PHOEBE COZAD1, b. 17761; d. Aft. 18151.
 ix. HANNAH COZAD1, b. February 10, 17781; d. September 26, 18121; m. JOHN ALLET1, Abt. 1803, Frankfort Twp near Branchville, Sussex1; b. , of Frankfort Township, Susex Co., New Jersey1; d. November 04, 18331.
 

Generation No. 6

6.  REV JOB6 COZAD (JOB5 COSART, JACOB COZAD4 COSSART I, ANTHONY3 COSSART, JACQUES2, JACQUES1)1 was born August 16, 1769 in Frankfort, Sussex, NJ1, and died August 1820 in McArthur, Vinton, OH1.  He married CATHERINE FINK1 1801 in Upshur, WV1.  She was born 1770 in VA1, and died 1830 in Richland, Vinton, OH1.
 
Children of REV COZAD and CATHERINE FINK are:
 i. HENRY7 COZAD1, b. February 20, 1792, Buchannon, Upshur, WV1; d. August 18, 1857, Allensville, Vinton, OH1; m. (1) JANE LAW1; b. 17981; d. 18311; m. (2) MARY GREGG1; m. (3) SITHA FRY1; m. (4) MARGARET CLARK1, November 09, 18291; b. March 1802, Richland, Vinton, OH1; d. March 1834, Vinton, OH1.
 ii. DANIEL COZAD1, b. 1793, Upshire Co., Virginia1; d. 1820, Vinton Co., Ohio1.
 iii. JOHN COZAD1, b. December 08, 17971; d. October 02, 18591; m. SARAH COLVIN1; b. November 06, 18011.
 iv. ABBIGAIL COZAD1, b. 17981; d. 18961; m. (1) JOHN LIGHTLE1; b. , Of Allensville , Ohio1; m. (2) JACOB GREGG1.
 v. SUSAN COZAD1, b. February 07, 17991; d. 1869, Dallas Co., Missouri1; m. (1) JOSHUA EVANS1; m. (2) LEWIS GREGG1; m. (3) WILLIAM GREGG1.
7. vi. ABRAHAM COZAD, b. May 09, 1801; d. 1855.
 vii. JOB JR COZAD1, b. October 24, 1803, Ross Co., Ohio1; d. October 24, 18551; m. (1) KEZIAH CLARK1, Vinton Co., Ohio1; m. (2) ELIZABETH SPEELMAN1; m. (3) MALVINA BEALS1.
 viii. WILLIAM COZAD1, b. June 04, 1806, Ross, OH1; d. October 15, 1865, Oxford, Benton, IN1; m. MARTHA BURCHARD1.
 ix. JOSEPH COZAD1, b. 1807, Ross Co., Ohio1; d. 1849, Near Allensville Ohio1; m. MARY DAVIS1, 18301; d. , Ross Co., Ohio1.
 

Generation No. 7

7.  ABRAHAM7 COZAD (REV JOB6, JOB5 COSART, JACOB COZAD4 COSSART I, ANTHONY3 COSSART, JACQUES2, JACQUES1)1 was born May 09, 18011, and died 18551.  He married CHARITY DAVIS1 18201.  She was born July 10, 18021, and died October 06, 18841.
 
Children of ABRAHAM COZAD and CHARITY DAVIS are:
 i. SUSAN8 COZAD1, b. 1821, Vinton Co., Ohio1; d. 1857, Salt Creek, Vinton Co., Ohio1; m. NATHAN DIXON1, Vinton Co., Ohio1.
 ii. ELIZABETH COZAD1, b. 1823, Near Allensville Ohio1; m. HUMPHREY CLARK1, 18411; b. , Step Son of 2nd wife of Uncle Henry Cozad1.
 iii. LEVI COZAD1, b. May 16, 1823, Near Allensville Ohio1; d. March 14, 1892, Maryville, Nodaway Co., Missouri1; m. (1) CATHARINE SEGLER1; b. December 08, 18261; d. August 06, 18701; m. (2) LAURA ISABELLE KETROW1, September 23, 18771.
 iv. CATHARINE COZAD1, b. 1825, Near Allensville Ohio1; d. 1860, Byer, Ohio1; m. CHARLES HO----BY1.
 v. LYDIA COZAD1, b. 18311; d. 18321.
 vi. MARY COZAD1, b. 1833, Near Allensville Ohio1; d. June 26, 18931; m. JOHN LEWIS1; b. April 17, 1820, Indiana Co., Pennsylvania; d. March 05, 1900, Geneseo, Illinois.

Notes for JOHN LEWIS:
BIOGRAPHICAL RECORD
 For half a century, John Lewis, now deceased, was one of the highly esteemed citizens of Henry county, and in early life was prominently identified with its agricultural interest, though he was living a retired life in Geneseo at the time of his death, which occurred March 5, 1900.  He was born in Pennsylvania, April 17, 1820, but was only three years old when he removed with his parents to Jackson county, Ohio, where he continued to make his home for several years.  During his boyhood and youth he assisted his father in the labors of the home farm, and early acquired an excellent knowledge of the occupation to which he devoted his active life.
 In 1847 Mr. Lewis wedded Miss Mary Cozad, of Ohio, and three years later came to Henry county, Illinois, locating in Cornwall township, where he purchased land, and successfully engaged in general farming and stock raising for several years, acumulating a large property.  In 1878 he laid aside all business cares and removed to Geneseo, where he lived retired until his death.  He was called upon to fill nearly all the local offices of his township and in all the relations of life was found true and faithful to every trust repose in him.  He commanded the confidence and respect of his associates and was held in high regard by all who knew him.
 Mr. Lewis' first wife died in 1897.  By that union he had fourteen children, namely; William, deceased; Abraham, a resident of Cornwall township; Samuel, who lived in Atkinson township, this county, George W., who is engaged in farming in Jasper county, Illinois; John and Stephen, both residents of Cornwall township; Francis M., of Peoria county, Illinois; Charles A., of Kansas City, Missouri; Charity, wife of James Fell, of Geneseo; Alfred of Munson township, this county; Robert , of Kansas City, Missouri; Mary, wife of George Hudson, of Indian Territory; Albert, who died in infancy; and Andrew, of Spring Creek, Illinois.
 On the 29th of November, 1899, Mr. Lewis married Mrs. Katie Crain, a native of McHenry county, Illinois.  Her parents Horace and Rebecca (Warner) Mitchell, were born in New York state, and on coming to Illinois about 1850 settled in McHenry county.  Her father was a railroad conductor, and was with the Rock Island road for nearly fifty years, during which time he made his home in Geneseo.  He was killed while in the discharge of his duties in 1877.  Mrs. Lewis' mother had died many years before and for his second wife he married Eva Mitchell, by whom he had two children.  There were five children by the first marriage and four of the number are still living, Mrs. Lewis being the third in order of birth.  Mr. Mitchell was a prominent Mason and took an active interest in the work of that order.  Mrs. Lewis' first husband was Bruce Crain, who was born in New York state, and was only two years old when brought by his parents to this county, the family locating in Atkinson township.  Mr. Crain was a soldier of the Civil war and followed the carpenter's trade for many years.  By her first marriage, Mrs. Lewis has two sons; Albert, who was born in Kansas in 1877, now employed in the boiler shop at Kewanee, and who served as a soldier in the Spanish-American was in Porto Rico; and Frank, who was born in 1866 and lives with his mother in Geneseo, and is attending the high school.

HENRY COUNTY
 John Lewis, retired farmer, resident at Geneseo, has been a citizen of Henry County since 1850.  He is a native of Pennsylvania and was born in Indiana Township, in Indiana County, April 17, 1820.  His parents, William and Elizabeth (Lydia) Lewis, were natives of the Keystone State, and when their son was three years old they effected a removal of their family and interests to Jackson Co., Ohio.  They located in the township of Richland, and were residents on a farm.
 Mr. Lewis of this sketch was reared on the Ohio farm, and thoroughly instructed in the various details pertaining to agriculture.  He was married in that State, to Mary Cozad.  She is the daughter of Abram and Charity Cozad, and was born in the same county where her marriage took place.  That event was celebrated May 4, 1847.  She bore two sons while she and her husband continued to reside in Ohio.  After their removal to Illinois, they had eight sons and two daughters.  William F. resided in the township of Cornwall; Abraham is also a citizen of the same township, as are Samuel A. and John H.; Andrew is unmarried.  Albert T. died in infancy, and is the only one deceased.  He was a twin with Alfred.  Robert and Mary E., are the two younger children.
 Mr. Lewis settled in Cornwall Township on his removal to Henry County.  He purchased a tract of land on section 21, where he is still the owner of 400 acres, all in the finest possible agricultural condition, as is the case with another farm, which includes 410 acres, and lies in the same township, with the exception of 40 acres.  In 1878 Mr. Lewis removed to Geneseo, but still retains the control and personally superintends the management of the estate.
 In former days he was a Democrat in political connections, but at present endorses the principles of the National Greenback party.

OBITUARY
JOHN LEWIS
 Uncle John Lewis, who settled in this county in 1850, and was for years a leading farmer of Cornwall, died of heart trouble at his home on Oakwood Avenue, this city.  Monday, March 5, 1900, aged almost 80 years.  He was born in Pennsylvania April 17, 1820 and later lived in Jackson county, Ohio, where he was first married in 1847.  Three years later he came to this county, settling in Cornwall, where they remained till he retired and came to this city in 1878.  His first wife died since they have lived in Geneseo, and Nov. 29th, 1890, he was married to Mrs. Mary Crane, who survived him.  Deceased was the father of thirteen children, eleven sons and two daughters, all of whom but Albert, who died in infancy, and W.T., who died a few years since, survive.  They are Abraham, of Cornwall; Samuel and Andrew of Atkinson; Geo. W., of Jasper county, Ill., Francis M., of Peoria county; Stephen A. of St. Joseph Mo.; Charles A. and Robert of Kansas City; Alfred, of Munson; Mrs. Jas. Fell of this city, and Miss Mary of Lenapah, Indian Territory.  Mr. Lewis leaves a large estate.  He was a good business man and good citizen.  Funeral services were held at 10 a.m. Thursday at the Baptist church, and he was laid at rest in the family lot a Liberty cemetery, Cornwall.  The sons, Stephen, Francis, Charles and Robert, were here from away for the funeral.
 

More About JOHN LEWIS:
Burial: Liberty Cemetery, Geneseo, Illinois

 vii. HENRY COZAD1, b. 1838, Near Allensville, Ohio1; d. May 08, 1896, Maryville, Nodaway Co., Missouri1; m. SAMATHA SHAW1, May 22, 18771; b. 1859, Of Henry Co., Illionis1.
 viii. ABRAHAM COZAD1, b. 1843, In Infancy1.
 ix. JOHN COZAD1, b. 1844, In Army1.
8. x. JOB COZAD, b. 1830, Near Allensville, Ross Co., Ohio; d. 1889.
 

Generation No. 8

8.  JOB8 COZAD (ABRAHAM7, REV JOB6, JOB5 COSART, JACOB COZAD4 COSSART I, ANTHONY3 COSSART, JACQUES2, JACQUES1)2,3 was born 1830 in Near Allensville, Ross Co., Ohio3, and died 18894.  He married (1) NANCY DOXON5 in Near Allensville Ohio5.  She died 18655.  He married (2) MARGARET JANE SHAW5 August 05, 1864 in Henry County, Ill.6.  She was born 1836, and died 1929.

Notes for MARGARET JANE SHAW:
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MUSCATINE JOURNAL, SEPT. 19, 1929
HEAD OF FAMILY OF 145 CALLED
     Mrs. Margaret Jane Cozad, 93, who is survived by 145 descendants, died at her home, 413 West Fourth street, at 1:30 Wednesday afternoon, after an illness with complications resulting from advanced age.  Mrs. Cozad had made Muscatine her home for the past 15 years.
     She was born in Whiteside county, Ill., July 28, 1836, the daughter of Sidney Shaw and Minnie Springer Shaw.  She was married to Job Cozad in Henry county, Ill., in 1885.  He died about 40 years ago.  She was a member of the Wrayville, Ill., Methodist Episcopal church.
     Surviving are three sons, John of Sheeny, Wash., Miles of Muscatine and William of Wapello; five daughters, Mary Taylor, Charity Lewis and Lillie Coulter, all of Muscatine; Minnie Beckett of Davenport and Sarah Coulter of Fairport; 39 grandchildren, 91 great-grandchildren and seven great-great-grandchildren.  Three children preceded her in death.
     Funeral services will be conducted at the Fairbanks Home for Funerals at 1 o'clock Friday afternoon by the Rev. Benjamin F. Schwarts, pastor of the First Methodist Episcopal church.  Burial will be in the Reynolds cemetery in Illiinois.
 
Children of JOB COZAD and MARGARET SHAW are:
9. i. CHARITY9 COZAD, b. February 23, 1868, Geneseo, Illinois; d. January 02, 1944, Muscatine, Iowa.
 ii. SARAH COZAD6, m. ? COULTER6.
 iii. MINNIE COZAD6, m. ? BECKETT6.
 iv. LILLIE COZAD6, m. JOHN COULTER6,7.
 v. WILLIAM COZAD8, b. 1866, Henry Co., Illinois9; d. Lived Wrayville, Illinois9; m. CLARA MEAD9, 18869.
 vi. MILES COZAD10.
 vii. MARY COZAD10, m. ? TAYLOR10.
 viii. JOHN COZAD10.
 ix. MARGARET JANE COZAD11, b. 187011; d. 187311.
 x. SIDNEY A COZAD11, b. 187311; d. Lived at Wrayville, Illionis11; m. DORA CONKLIN11, 189411.
 xi. MINTA E COZAD11, b. 1876, St.Joseph, Missouri11; d. Lived at Wrayville, Illionis11; m. CHARLES MILLS11, 189611.
 xii. SARAH A COZAD11, b. 187911; d. Lived at Wrayville, Illionis11; m. PRESLEY COOLEY11, 189411.
 xiii. LILLIE L COZAD11, b. 188411; d. Lived at Wrayville, Illionis11; m. JOHN COULTER12,13, 189813.
 

Generation No. 9

9.  CHARITY9 COZAD (JOB8, ABRAHAM7, REV JOB6, JOB5 COSART, JACOB COZAD4 COSSART I, ANTHONY3 COSSART, JACQUES2, JACQUES1)14 was born February 23, 1868 in Geneseo, Illinois, and died January 02, 1944 in Muscatine, Iowa14.  She married (1) STEPHEN DOUGLAS LEWIS14, son of JOHN LEWIS and MARY COZAD.  He was born June 16, 1865 in Geneseo, Illinois, and died December 21, 1931 in Muscatine, Iowa14.  She married (2) STEPHEN D LEWIS15 188615.    She married (3) WILLIAM BECKETT August 04, 1942 in Kahoka, Mo.16.

Notes for CHARITY COZAD:
MUSCATINE JOURNAL, JAN. 2, 1944
Death Summons Mrs. Beckett at Age of 75
 Mrs. Charity Lewis Beckett, 75, a resident of Muscatine for 40 years, died at her home, 523 Miles avenue, at 6:56 p.m. Wednesday after an illness of six months with complications.
 Mrs. Beckett was born Feb. 23, 1868 at Geneseo, Ill., the daughter of Job and Margaret Shaw Cozad.  She was married in 1888 to Stephen D. Lewis at Moline, Ill., and on Aug. 4, 1942 to William L. Beckett at Kahoka, Mo.  Mrs. Beckett was a member of the People's Mission Church.
 Surviving are he husband, three sons, Frank, Wilbur and Dewey Lewis, all of Muscatine, two daughters, Mrs. Cora Moore and Mrs. Ella Sprague, also of this city, a brother, William Cozad of Wapello, and four sisters, Mary Taylor, Mrs. John Beckett, Mrs. Nell Brown and Mrs. John Coulter, all of Muscatine, beside 28 grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren.  She was preceded in death by her parents, her first husband, two sons and four daughters.
 The body will be taken to the family home Friday morning and will remain there until Saturday morning.  Funeral rites will be conducted at 10 a.m. Saturday at the Ralph J. Wittich Funeral home, with burial in the Liberty Cemetery at Atkinson, Illinois.
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MUSCATINE JOURNAL, JAN. 2, 1944
Death Summons Mrs. Beckett at Age of 75
     Mrs. Charity Lewis Beckett, 75, a resident of Muscatine for 40 years, died at her home, 523 Miles avenue, at 6:56 p.m. Wednesday after an illnes of six months with complications.
     Mrs. Beckett was born Feb. 23, 1868 at Geneseo, Ill., the daughter of William M. and Margaret Shaw Cozad.  She was married in 1888 to Stephen D. Lewis at Moline, Ill., and on Aug. 4, 1942 to William L. Beckett at Kahoka, Mo.  Mrs. Beckett was a member of the People's Mission church.
     Surviving are her husband, three sons, Frank, Wilbur and Dewey Lewis, all of Muscatine, two daughters, Mrs. Cora Moore and Mrs. Ella Sprague,  also of this city, a brother, William Cozad of Wapello, and four sisters, Mary Taylor, mrs. John Becket, Mrs. Nell Brown and Mrs. John Coulter, all of Muscatine, beside 28 grandchildren and 13 great grandchildren.  She was preceded in death by her parents, her first husband, two sons and four daughters.
     The body will be taken to the family home Friday morning and will remain there until Saturday morning.  Funeral rites will be conducted at 10 a.m. Saturday at the Ralph J. Wittich Funeral ho9me, with burial in the Liberty cemetery at Atkinson, Ill.

More About CHARITY COZAD:
Burial: Liberty Cemetery, Geneseo, Illinois

Notes for STEPHEN DOUGLAS LEWIS:
S.D. LEWIS, 66, IS SUMMONED
Succumbs After Brief Illness; Burial in Geneseo, His Former Home
 Muscatine, Ia., Dec. 21, 1931 - Stephen Douglas Lewis, 66, died suddenly in the rear of his home at 523 Miles avenue, early Sunday morning.  Cerebral Hemorrhage caused his death.
 He was born at Geneseo, Ill., June 16, 1865, the son of John and Mary Cozad Lewis.  He was married 29 years ago to Charity Cozad at Moline.  He was a member of the Church of the Nazarene.
 Surviving are his widow; five children, Frank, Wilbur, Dewey and Ella Lewis, all of Muscatine, and Mrs. Cora Moore, Louisa county; four brothers, Andrew, Davenport, George, Newton, Ill; Chester, Kansas City; and Albert, Geneseo, Ill.
 The body will be take to Geneseo for funeral services and burial the time to be announced later.  The Fairbanks Home for Funerals is in charge of arrangements.
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S.D. LEWIS, 66, IS SUMMOND
Succumbs After Brief Illness; Burial in Geneseo His Former Home.
     Muscatine, Ia. Dec. 21, 1931 - Stephen Douglas Lewis, 66, died suddenly in the rear of his home at 523 Miles avenue, early Sunday morning.  Cerebral hemorrhage caused his death.
     He was born at Geneseo, Ill., June 16, 1865, the son of John and Mary Cozad Lewis.  He was married 29 years ago to Charity Cozad at Moline.  He was a member of the Church of the Nazarene.
     Surviving are his widow; five children, Frank, Wilbur, Dewey and Ella Lewis, all of Musatine, and Mrs. Cora Moore, Louisa county; four brothers, Andrew, Davenport; George, Newton, Ill,; Chester Kansas City; and Albert, Geneseo.
     The body will be taken to Geneseo for funeral services and burial the time to be announced later.  The Fairbanks Home for Funerals is in charge of arrangements.

More About STEPHEN DOUGLAS LEWIS:
Burial: Liberty Cemetery, Geneseo, Illinois
 
Children of CHARITY COZAD and STEPHEN LEWIS are:
 i. FRANK10 LEWIS16, b. April 28, 1891, Marysville, Missouri; d. 1963, Muscatine, Iowa16; m. GOLDIE TAYLOR16, 1914, Muscatine, Iowa16; b. 1894, Marysville, Missouri; d. November 19, 1970, Muscatine, Iowa16.

Notes for FRANK LEWIS:
MUSCATINE JOURNAL, NOV. 6, 1963
MR. FRANK LEWIS
 Frank T. Lewis, 72, of 1817 Hershey Avenue, Muscatine, died at 4:45 p.m. Wednesday at Muscatine General Hospital.
 A carpenter, Mr. Lewis had been a resident of Muscatine for 52 years.
 He was born April 28, 1891, at Maryville, Mo., the son of Stephen and Charity Cozad Lewis.
 He married at Muscatine, Dec. 27, 1916, to Goldie Taylor.
 Surviving are the widow, Mrs. Goldie Lewis of Muscatine; one son, Ralph Lewis; two daughters, Mrs. Mildred Phillips and Mrs. Emma Garrett; two brothers, Wilbur Lewis and Dewey Lewis; and two sisters, Mrs. Cora Moore and Mrs. Ella Hill; all of Muscatine.  He is also survived by nine grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.
 Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Fairbanks Chapel.  Rev. Paul Shields of the Nazarene church will officiate.  Interment will be at Greenwood cemetery.
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MUSCATINE JOURNAL NOV. 6, 1963
MR. FRANK LEWIS
     Frank T. Lewis, 72, of 1817 Hershey Avenue, Muscatine, died at 4:45 p.m. Wednesday at Muscatine General Hospital.
     A carpenter, Mr. Lewis had been a resident of Muscatine for 52 years.
     He was born April 28, 1891, at Maryville, Mo., the son of Setphen and Charity Cozad Lewis.
     He married at Muscatine, Dec. 27, 1916, to Goldie Taylor.
     Surviving are the widow, Mrs. Goldie Lewis of Muscatine; one son, Ralph Lewis; two daughters, Mrs. Mildred Phillips and Mrs. Emma Garrett; two brothers, Wilbur Lewis and Dewey Lewis; and two sisters, Mrs. Cora Moore and Mrs. Ella Hill;  all of Muscatine.  He is also survived by nine grandchildren and four great granchildren.
     Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Fairbanks Chapel.  Rev. Paul Shields of the Nazarene church will officiate. Interment will be at Greenwood cemetery.

More About FRANK LEWIS:
Burial: Greenwood Cemetery, Muscatine, Iowa

Notes for GOLDIE TAYLOR:
MUSCAITNE JOURNAL
MRS. GOLDIE LEWIS
 Funeral services for Mrs. Goldie Lewis, 76, of Muscatine, will be held at 1:30 p.m. Thursday at the Fairbanks Funeral Home.  Burial will be in Greenwood Cemetery.
 Visitation will be held at the funeral home.
 Mrs. Lewis died Monday at Valley View Manor Nursing Home here.
 Goldie Taylor was born at Marysville, Mo.  She married Frank Lewis at Muscatine in 1914.  He died in 1963.
 Mrs. Lewis is survived by daughters Mrs. James Phillips and Mrs Eugene Garrett, both of Muscaitne; a son Ralph Lewis, Austin, Minn., nine grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren.

 Funeral services for Mrs. Goldie Lewis, 76, were held at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Fairbanks chapel
 Rev. Leon Knitt, Lutheran Homes, chaplain officiated.
 

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MRS. GOLDIE LEWIS
     Funeral services for Mrs. Goldie Lewis, 76, of Muscatine, will be held at 1:30 p.m. Thrusday at the Fairbanks Funera Home.  Burial will be in Greenwood Cemetery.
     Visitation will be held at the funeral home.
     Mrs. Lewis died Monday at Valley View Manor Nursing Home here.
     Goldie Taylor was born at Marysville, Mo.  She married Frank Lewis at Muscatine in 1914.  He died in 1963.
     Mrs. Lewis is survived by daughters Mrs. James Phillips and Mrs. Eugene Garrett, both of Muscatine; a son Ralph Lewis Austin, Minn; nine grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren.

     Funeral services for Mrs. Goldie Lewis, 76, were held at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Fairbanks chapel.
     Rev. Leon Knitt, Lutheran Homes, chaplain officiated.

10. ii. DEWEY LEWIS, b. 1902; d. 1981, Muscatine, Iowa.
11. iii. ELLA LEWIS, b. December 31, 1890; d. February 13, 1968.
12. iv. CORA B. LEWIS, d. February 13, 1968, Muscatine, Iowa.
 v. FRED LEWIS16, b. 188916; d. March 26, 190316.
13. vi. WILBUR LEWIS, b. June 17, 1897, Geneseo, Illinois; d. October 19, 1975, Muscatine, Iowa.
 vii. ALTA LEWIS16.
 viii. MARIE LEWIS16.
 ix. CLIFFORD LEWIS16.
 x. BESSIE LEWIS16.
 xi. MAY LEWIS16, d. December 03, 1907, Fairport, Iowa16; m. WILLIAM VAN WINKLE16; d. December 03, 1907, Fairport, Iowa16.

Marriage Notes for MAY LEWIS and WILLIAM VAN WINKLE:
GENESEO PAPER
THE MURDER OF MR. & MRS. VAN WINKLE
 William Van Winkle, who with his wife was murdered at their home in Fairport, Iowa, December 4th, was a native of Illinois, born Dec. 10, 1883. His wife May Lewis Van Winkle was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S.D Lewis and was born in Geneseo Sept 20, 1885.  They were married Sept. 5, 1907.  Both were estimable young people.  Mr. Van Winkle was an employee of the railroad company as a section hand.  He was a young man of good character and the only support of his aged blind mother.
 The crime is made the more heinous by the backfound of romance.  They were bride and groom.  The honeymoon was not yet past.  Having been ardently devoted to each other before marriage, their love and loyalty to each other was only increased by the sacred bonds of wedlock and they were just realizing to the full their dream of love in a cottage.
 Mr. Van Winkle was supremely happy in his new made home.  His love for it and pride in it led him on the evening of the 3rd of December to admit to its shelter one he had known before and whom he thought he could trust as a friend.  The young wife had never seen the man before but she heartily joined with her husband in extending a welcome to him.  The guest proved to be a monster - a fiend in human flesh.  How a man can accept the shelter of a home in the guise of friendship and before morning swing the murderer's club over the heads of his hosts like a fiend incarnate is beyond the understanding of any ordinary mortal.
 Happy in his home, Van Winkle was like a dutiful son, caring for his blind old mother, who had voluntarily given up her bed that night to the murderer and gone to stay at a neighbor's.  Her grief was heartrending.
 Rewards have been offered for the apprehension of the criminal, and it is sincerely hoped that punishment richly deserved will soon be melted out to him.

GENESEO PAPER DECEMBER 13, 1907
 The remains of Mr. and Mrs. William Van Winkle, who were murdered at Fairport during the night of Dec. 3, 1907, were brought here, arriving at 8:15 a.m. Friday.  They were followed by the many sorrowing relatives and friends residing here to the Liberty church, where services was in charge of Rev. J.L.Shievely of the Methodist church.  The remains were laid to rest in the family lots in Liberty cemetery.  Mrs. Van Winkle was a former Geneseo girl, being Miss May Lewis, the oldest daughter of Mr and Mrs. Steven Lewis, in Cornwall.  It was believed that a man arrested Friday in Coal Valley might be the missing man, Harry Jones supposed to have committed the crime.  He was taken to Rock Island Friday afternoon and in the evening people of Fairport who were familiar with Jones were satisfied the fugitive had not been arrested.  James Lewis, at whose shantyboat Jones took dinner the day before the murder, was positive Brown was not the man wanted.  Brown told a resanable story of his movements during the last week.  He said he used the Berry more often than Brown because he preferred Berry - his mother's maiden surname - to that of Brown.  He was to Rock Island last week Saturday drinking and playing cards in saloons.  He wandered to the Crampton farm south of Milan during the evening and slept in the bay overnight.  He had a bad thirst Sunday morning and returned to Rock Island to satisfy it from there he went to Coal Valley and Oseo and during Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday he was employed at husking corn near Geneseo.  He returned to Rock Island Thursday and resumed carousing and Friday morning went to Coal Valley where he was arrested.

GENESEO PAPER, FRIDAY DECEMBER 13, 1907
 The remains of Mr. and Mrs. Will Van Winkle, of Fairport, Iowa, were brought to Liberty church last Friday.  A large number of relatives and friends were present to pay their respects to this young couple who were the victims of such a brutal murder.  Mrs. Van Winkle was the oldest daughter of our former town people Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Lewis.  Mr. Van Winkle was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Van Winkle, of Fairport.  The young people had only been married three months.  The parents, brothers and sisters accompanied the remains here, the pastors of the Presbyterian church of Geneseo officiated and the remains were laid to rest in the family lot in the Liberty cemetery.
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GENESEO PAPER

THE MURDER OF MR. MRS. VAN WINKLE

     William Van Winkle, who with his wife was murdered at their home in Fairport, Iowa, December 4th, was a native of Illinois, born Dec. 10, 1883.  His wife, Mary Lewis Van Winkle was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S.A.D Lewis and was born in Geneseo Sept. 20, 1885.  They were married Sept 5, 1907.  Both were estimable young people.  Mr. Van Winkle was an employee of the railroad company as a section hand.  He was a young man of good character and the only support of his aged blind mother.
     The crive is made the more heinous by the background of romance. They were bride and groom.  The honeymoon was not yet past.  Having been ardently devoted to each other before marriage, their love and loyalty to each other was only increased by the sacrd bonds of wedlock and they were just realizing to the full their dream of love in a cottage.
     Mr. Van Winkle was supremely happy in his new made home.  His love for it and pride in it led him on the evening of the 3rd of December to admit to its shelter one he had known before and whom he thought he could trust as a friend.  The young wife had never seen the man before but she heartily joined with her husband in extending a welcome to him.  The guest proved to be a monster - a fiend in human flesh.  How a man can accept the shelter of a home in the guise of friendship and before morning swing the murderer's club over the heads of his hosts like a fiend incarnate is beyound the understanding of any ordinary mortal.
     Happy in his home Van Winkle was like a dutiful son, caring for his blind old mother, who had voluntarily given up her bed that night to the murderer and gone to stay at a neighbor's.  Her grief was heartrending.
     Rewards have been offered for the apprehension of the criminal, and it is sincerely hoped that punishment richly deserved will soon be meted out to him.

GENESEO PAPER DECEMBER 13, 1907

     The remains of Mr. and Mrs. William Van Winkle, who wre murdered at Fairport during the night of Dec. 3, 1907, were brought here, arriving at 8:15 a.m. Friday.  They were followed by the namy sorrowing relative and friends residing here to the Liberty church, where service was in charge of Rev. J.L. Shively of the Methodist church.  The remains wre laid to rest in the fmily lot in Liberty cemetery.  Mrs. Van Winkle was a former Geneseo girl, being Mill May Lewis, the oldest daughter of Mr. and mrs. Steven Lewis, in Cornwall.  It was believed that a man arrested Friday in Coal Valley might be the missing man, Harry Jones supposed to have committed the crime.  he was take to Rock Island Friday afternoon and in the evening people of Fairport who were familiar with Jones wer satisfied the fugitive had not been arrested.  james Lewis, at whose shantyboat Jones took dinner the day before the murder, ws positive Brown was not the man wanted.  Brown told a resaonable story of his movements during the last week.  he said he used the Berry more often than Brown because he preferred Berry - his mother's maiden surname - to that of Brown.  He was to Rock Island last week Saturday drinking and playing cards in saloons.  He wandered to the Crampton farm south of Milan during the evening and slept in the bay overnight.  He had a bad thrist Sunday morning and returned to Rock Island to satisfy it from there he went to Coal Valley and Oseo and during Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday he was employed at husking corn near Geneseo.  He returned to Rock Island Thursday and resumed carousing and Friday morning went to Coal Valley where he was arrested.

GENESEO, ILL. PAPER FIRDAY DECEMBER 13, 1907
     The remains of Mr. and Mrs. Will Van Winkle, of Fairport, Iowa, were brought to Liberty church last Friday.  A large number of relative and friends were present to pay their respects to this young couple who were the victims of such a brutal murder.  Mrs. Van Winkle was the oldest daughter of our former twon people Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Lewis.  Mr. Van Winkle was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Van Winkle, of Fairport.  The young people had only been married three months.  The parents brothers and sisters accompanied the reamins here, the pastors of the Presbyterian church of Geneseo officsted and the remains were laid to rest in the family lot in the Liberty cemetery.
 

Generation No. 10

10.  DEWEY10 LEWIS (CHARITY9 COZAD, JOB8, ABRAHAM7, REV JOB6, JOB5 COSART, JACOB COZAD4 COSSART I, ANTHONY3 COSSART, JACQUES2, JACQUES1)16 was born 190216, and died 1981 in Muscatine, Iowa16.  He married LUCILLE E. HARGRAVE16.  She was born November 08, 1909 in Gallatin, Missouri, and died June 10, 1956 in Muscatine, Iowa16.

Notes for LUCILLE E. HARGRAVE:
MUSCATINE JOURNAL, JUNE 10, 1956
MRS. LEWIS, 45 SUCCUMBS AFTER LENGTHY ILLNESS
 Mrs. Lucille E. Lewis, 45, of 523 Miles avenue, died at 11:20 p.m. Sunday at Bellevue hospital after an extended illness.
 She was born Nov. 8, 1909 at Gallatin, Mo., being a daughter of Walter H. and Mary Elizabeth Terrill Hargrave.  She had been a resident of Muscatine the past 38 years.
 She was married to Dewey E. Lewis Oct. 26, 1927 at Rock Island.
 Surviving are her mother, Muscatine, her husband, one son, Walter Fred Lewis, in service with the U.S. Marine Corps.; four daughters, Mrs. Alberta DeFilippo of Chicago; Mrs. Mary Curro of Reading, Pa., Mrs. Shirley Jean Maxwell of Muscaitne and Mrs. Shelby Kunz of Letts; two brothers, Walter H. Hargrave Jr. of Muscatine and Russell Hargrave of Charles City; one sister, Mrs. Floyd Payne of Muscatine.
 She was preceded in death by her father, one daughter and one brother.
 Funeral services are pending at the Fairbanks Home for Funerals.
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MUSCATINE JOURNAL, JUNE 1O, 1956

Mrs. Lewis, 45 Succumbs After Lengthy Illness

     Mrs. Lucille E. Lewis, 45, of 523 Miles avenue, died at 1L20 p.m. Sundy at Bellevue hospital after an extended illness.
     She was born Nov. 8, 1909 at Gallatin, Mo., being a daughter of Walter H. and Mary Elizabeth Terril Hargrave.  She had been a resident of Muscatine the past 38 years.
     She was married to Dewey E. Lewis Oct. 26, 1927 at Rock Island.
     Surviving are her mother, Muscatine, her husband, one son, Walter Fred Lewis, in service with the U.S. Marine Corps; four daughters, Mrs. Alberta DeFilippo of Chicago; Mrs. Mary Curro of Reading, Pa., Mrs. Shirley Jean Maxwell of Muscatine and Mrs. Shelby Kunz of Letts; two brothers, Walter H. Hargrave, Jrs., of Muscatine, and Russell Hargrave of Charles City; one sister, Mrs. Floyd Payne of Muscatine.
     She was preceded in death by her father, one daughter and one brother.
     Funeral services are pending at the Fairbanks Home for Funerals.
 
Child of DEWEY LEWIS and LUCILLE HARGRAVE is:
 i. ALBERTA11 LEWIS16.

11.  ELLA10 LEWIS (CHARITY9 COZAD, JOB8, ABRAHAM7, REV JOB6, JOB5 COSART, JACOB COZAD4 COSSART I, ANTHONY3 COSSART, JACQUES2, JACQUES1)16 was born December 31, 189016, and died February 13, 196816.  She married (1) JAMES S. SPRAGUE16.  He was born December 12, 1906 in Toolesboro, Iowa16, and died October 28, 1965 in Muscatine, Iowa16.  She married (2) IVEY W. HILL16.    She married (3) RAYMOND ERWIN16.

Notes for ELLA LEWIS:
OBITUARY FOR ELLA HILL
 Services for Ella Hill, 78, 117 W. 3rd St., who died Sunday at Muscatine General Hospital, were held at 1:30 p.m. today at the Fairbanks-Lamb Chapel.  Rev. LaVerne Hubbard officiated.  Burial was in the Toolesboro Cemetery in Toolesboro, Iowa.
 Ella Hill was born Feb. 27, 1901, inGeneseo, Ill., the daughter of Stephen and Charity Cozad Lewis.
 Her marriage was to Ivey W. Hill.
 Survivors include four sons, Ray Erwin and Arthur (Jim) Sprague, both of Muscaitne, Jack Erwin of Livingston, Ill., and Ronald Sprague of Letts; one daughter, Pauline Brudick of Amarillo, Texas; 16 grandchildren; 25 great-grandchildren; and one brother, Dewey Lewis of Muscatine.
 Two husbands preceded her in death.
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ELLA HILL
     Services for Ella Hill, 78, 117 W. 3rd St., who died Sunday at Muscatine General Hospital, were held at 1:30 p.m. today at the Fairbanks-Lamb Chapel.  Rev. LaVerne Hubbard officiated.  Burial was in the Toolesboro Cemetery in Toolesboro, Iowa.
     Ella Hill ws born Feb. 27, 1901, in Geneseo, Ill., the daughter of Steven and Charity Cozad Lewis.
     Her marriage was to Ivey W. Hill.
     Survivors include four sons, Ray Erwin and Arthur (Jim) Sprague, both of Muscatine, Jack Erwin of Livingston, Ill., and Ronald Sprague of Letts; one daughter, Pauline Brudick of Amarillo, Texas; 16 grandchildren; 25 great-grandchildren; and one brother, Dewey Lewis of Muscatine.
     Two husbands preceded her in death.

Notes for JAMES S. SPRAGUE:
OBITUARIES AND FUNERALS OCTOBER 28, 1965
JAMES S. SPRAGUE
 James Stanley Sprague, 58, of 304 1/2 East 2nd St., Muscatine, died Thursday at the University hospital, Iowa City.  Mr. Sprague was born Dec. 12, 1906, at Toolesboro, the son of Arthur and Elizabeth James Sprague.
 He had lived in Muscatine most of his life, and was employed for a number of years by the city as a machine operator.
 His first marriage was to Ella Lewis, and the second marriage was to Ruth Plum.
 Surviving are the widow; two sons, Arthur (Jim)Sprague and Ronald Sprague, both of Muscatine; two step-sons, Ray and John Erwin, both of Muscatine; one daughter, Mrs. Pauline Dugan of Davenport; two brothers, Harlan Sprague of Muscatine and Morris Sprague, Detroit; 17 grandchildren, and four great grandchildren.
 He was preceded in death by his parents, two daughters, and two grandchildren.
 The body is now at the Fairbanks home for Funerals, where services will be held at 3 p.m. Saturday.  Interment will be at the Parson cemetery at Toolesboro.
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OBITUARIES AND FUNERALS  OCTOBER 28, 1965

JAMES S. SPRAGUE
     James Stanley Sprague, 58, of 304 1/2 East 2nd St., Muscatine, died Thrusday at the University hospital, Iowa City.  Mr. Sprague was born Dec. 12, 1906, at Toolesboro, the son of Arthur and Elizabeth james Sprague.
     He had lived in Muscatine most of his life, and was empoloyed for a number of years by the city as a machine operator.
     His first marriage was to Ella Lewis, and the second marriage was to Ruth Plum.
     Sirviving are the widow; two sons, Arthur (Jim) Sprague and Rondal Sprague, both of Muscatine; two step-sons, Ray and John Erwin, both of Muscatine; one daughter, Mrs. Pauline Dugan of Davenport; two brothrs, Harlan Sprague of Musctine and morris Sprague, Detroit; 17 grandchildren, and four great grandchildren.
     He was preceded in death by his parents, two daughters, and two grandchildren.
     The body is now at the Fairbanks home for funerals, where services will be held at 3 p.m. Saturday.  Interment will be at the Parson cemetery at Toolesboro.

Notes for RAYMOND ERWIN:
MUSCATINE JOURNAL 1924
WIFE OF DESERTER FROM ARMY BRINGS SUIT FOR DIVORCE
 Raymond Erwin, deserter from the United States Army, who is now serving an 18 month sentence in the federal prison at Leavenwoth, Kas., is the defendant in a suit for divorce filed in district court today by his wife, Mrs. Ella Erwin of Muscatine.
 Mrs. Erwin charges cruelty, non-support and desertion, in addition to asking release from her marriage because her husband has been convicted of a felony.  She request the custody of their two infant sons, Ray Erwin and John Douglas.  Mr. and Mrs. Erwin were married in 1921.
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MUSCATINE JOURNAL, 1924
WIFE OF DESERTER FROM ARMY BRINGS SUIT FOR DIVORCE
     Raymond Erwin, deserter from the United States army, who is now serving an 18 month sentence in the federal prison at Leavenworth, Kas., is the defendant in a suit for divorce filed in district court today by his wife, Mrs. Ella Erwin of Muscatine.
     Mrs. Erwin charges cruelty, non-support and desertion, in additon to asking release from her marriage because he husband has been convicted of a felony.  She request the custody of their two infant sons, Ray Edward and John Douglas.  Mr. and Mrs. Erwin were married in 1921.
`    Her attorneys are Coster and Coster.
 
Children of ELLA LEWIS and JAMES SPRAGUE are:
 i. ARTHUR (JIM)11 SPRAGUE16.
 ii. RONALD SPRAGUE16.
 iii. PAULINE SPRAGUE16.
 
Children of ELLA LEWIS and RAYMOND ERWIN are:
 iv. RAY EDWARD11 ERWIN16.
 v. JOHN DOUGLAS ERWIN16.

12.  CORA B.10 LEWIS (CHARITY9 COZAD, JOB8, ABRAHAM7, REV JOB6, JOB5 COSART, JACOB COZAD4 COSSART I, ANTHONY3 COSSART, JACQUES2, JACQUES1)16 died February 13, 1968 in Muscatine, Iowa16.  She married GUY MOORE16 May 21, 1910 in Muscatine, Iowa.  He was born September 17, 188816.

Notes for CORA B. LEWIS:
MRS. CORA B. MOORE
 Mrs. Cora B. Moore, 1808 Baker St., died at 4:25 a.m. today at Muscatine General Hospital.
 Mrs. Moore, 77, was born Dec. 31, 1890, at St. Joseph, Mo., the daughter of Steven and Charity Cozad Lewis.
 She was married May 21, 1910, in Muscatine Gospel church.
 Mrs. Moore was a member of the Foursquare Gospel Church.
 Surviving are four sons, Edward Moore of Elvira, Ohio, Floyd Moore of Muscatine, Albert Moore of Wilton and Vernie Moore of Muscatine; two daughters, Mrs. C.A. (Violet) Rose of Wetaga, Ill., and Mrs. Leo (Margaret) Weikert of Denver; 31 grandchildren and 22 great grandchildren.
 She was preceded in death by her parents, husband, and one daughter.
 The body is at the Fairbanks home for Funeral, where friends may call after 10 a.m. Wednesday.
 Services will be held at the Fairbanks Chapel at 10:30 a.m. Thursday, with Rev. Chris Von Holten officiating.
 Interment will be in Geneseo, Ill.

CORA B. MOORE
 Funeral services for Mrs. Cora B. Moore, 77, were held this morning at 10:30 at the Fairbanks Chapel.  Mrs. Moore died Feb 13.  Rev. Chris Von Holten of the Foursquare church officiated.
 Mrs. Eva Kramer was at the organ accompanying Mrs. Raynard James and Mrs. Goldie Slack, vocalist.
 Pallbearers were Ray Erwin, James Sprague, Ronald Sprague, Alfred Lewis, Charles Lewis and John Lewis.
 Burial was in the Liberty Cemetery near Geneseo, Ill.
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MRS. CORA B. MOORE

     Mrs. Cora B. Moore, 1808 Baker St., died at 4:25 a.m. today at Muscatine General Hospital.
     Mrs. Moore, 77, was born Ded. 31, 1890, at St Joseph Mo., the daughter of Steven and Charity Cozad Lewis.
     She was married May 21, 1910, in Muscatine, to Guy Moore.
     Mrs. Moore was a member of the Foursquare Gospel church.
     Surviving are four sons, Edward Moore of Elyria, Ohio, Floyd Moore of Muscatine, Albert Moore of Wilton and Vernie Moore of Muscatine; two daughters, Mrs. C.A. (Violet)Rose of Wetaga, Ill., and Mrs. Leo (Margaret) Weikert of Denver; 31 grandchildren and 22 great grandchildren.
     She was preceded in death by her parents, husband, and one daughter.
     The body is at the Fairbanks home for funerals, where friends may call after 10 a.m. Wednesday.
     Services will be held at the Fairbanks chapel at 10:30 a.m. Thursday, with Rev. Chris Von Holten officiating.  Interment will be at Geneseo, Ill.

CORA B. MOORE
     Funeral services for Mrs. Cora B. Moore, 77 were held this morning at 10:30 at the Fairbanks chapel.  Mrs. Moore died Feb. 13.  Rev. Chris VonHolten of the Foursquare church officiated.
     Mrs. Eva Kramer was at the organ accompanying Mrs. Raynard James and Mrs. Goldie Slack, vocalist.
     Pallbearers were Ray Erwin, James Sprague, Ronald Sprague, Alfred Lewis, Charles Lewis and John Lewis.
     Burial was in the Liberty cemetery near Geneseo, Ill.

Notes for GUY MOORE:
GUY MOORE, 67, CALLED IN DEATH; SERVICES FRIDAY
 Guy Moore, 67, 204 Baker Street, died at 7:30 a.m. today at the Muscatine County hospital.
 The son of George and Marrie Peck Moore, he was born Sept. 17, 1888, in Rock Island county, Illinois, and had been a resident of Muscatine about 46 years.
 He married Cora Lewis, May 21, 1910 in Muscatine, he was a member of the Four Square Gospel church.
 Surviving are his wife; four sons, Floyd, Albert and Vernie Moore, all of Muscatine, and Edward Moore, Elvira, Ohio; two daughters, Mrs. Violet Rose, Watoga, Ill., and Mrs. Margaret Weikert, Muscatine, 19 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.  He was preceded in death by a sister.
 Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. Friday at the Fairbanks Home for Funerals with the Rev. E.E. Frelick officiating. Burial will be at 2 p.m. Friday at Geneseo, Ill.
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GUY MORE, 67, CALLED IN DEATH; SERVICES FRIDAY

     Guy More, 67, 204 Baker street, died at 7:30 a.m. today at the Muscatine County hospital.
     The son of George and marrie Peck More, he was born Sept. 17, 1888, in Rock Island county, Illinois, and had been a resident of Muscatine about 46 years.
     He married Cora Lewis May 21, 1910, in Muscatine, he ws a member of the Four Square Gospel church.
     surviving are his wife; four sons, Floyd, Albert and Vernie Moore, all of Muscatine, and Edward Moore, Elvria, Ohio; two daughters, Mrs. Violet Rose, Watoga, ill., and Mrs. Margaret Wiekert, Muscatine; 19 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.  He was preceded in death by a sister.
     Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. Friday at the Fairbanks Home for Funerals with the Rev. E.E. Frelick officiating.  Burial will be at 2 p.m. Friday at Geneseo, Ill.
 
Children of CORA LEWIS and GUY MOORE are:
 i. FLOYD11 MOORE16.
 ii. EDWARD MOORE16.

13.  WILBUR10 LEWIS (CHARITY9 COZAD, JOB8, ABRAHAM7, REV JOB6, JOB5 COSART, JACOB COZAD4 COSSART I, ANTHONY3 COSSART, JACQUES2, JACQUES1)16 was born June 17, 1897 in Geneseo, Illinois, and died October 19, 1975 in Muscatine, Iowa16.  He married ALMA MARIE HINDBAUGH16 July 26, 1920 in Muscatine, Iowa16, daughter of JOHN HINDBAUGH and MARY ELLIS.  She was born April 28, 1903 in Mexico, Missouri, and died April 20, 1973 in Muscatine, Iowa16.

More About WILBUR LEWIS:
Burial: Memorial Park Cemetery, Muscatine, Iowa

More About ALMA MARIE HINDBAUGH:
Burial: Memorial Park Cemetery, Muscatine, Iowa
 
Children of WILBUR LEWIS and ALMA HINDBAUGH are:
14. i. VIOLA MAE11 LEWIS, b. June 03, 1921, Muscatine, Iowa; d. February 23, 1981, Muscatine, Iowa.
15. ii. ALFRED LEWIS, b. August 03, 1923, Muscatine, Iowa; d. September 26, 1976, Muscatine, Iowa.
16. iii. ROY ANDREW LEWIS, b. March 16, 1925, Muscatine, Iowa; d. December 14, 1991, Muscatine, Iowa.
 iv. CHARLES WALTER LEWIS16, b. November 27, 192816.
17. v. RUSSEL EUGENE LEWIS, b. September 11, 1931, Muscatine, Iowa; d. June 1988, Muscatine, Iowa.
18. vi. DELORES MARIE LEWIS, b. November 20, 1933, Muscatine, Iowa.
 vii. DONALD EDWARD LEWIS16, b. October 18, 193516.
 viii. DELMAR DUANE LEWIS16, b. June 16, 193816.
 ix. JOHN STEVEN LEWIS16, b. November 26, 194616.
 

Generation No. 11

14.  VIOLA MAE11 LEWIS (WILBUR10, CHARITY9 COZAD, JOB8, ABRAHAM7, REV JOB6, JOB5 COSART, JACOB COZAD4 COSSART I, ANTHONY3 COSSART, JACQUES2, JACQUES1)16 was born June 03, 1921 in Muscatine, Iowa16, and died February 23, 1981 in Muscatine, Iowa16.  She married CARROLL MARTIN16 February 04, 1939 in Clinton, Iowa.  He was born September 12, 191816.

Notes for VIOLA MAE LEWIS:
MUSCATINE JOURNAL, FEB. 23, 1981
VIOLA MARTIN
 Mrs. Viola "Tootie" Martin, 59, Rt. 2, Letts, died at her home Monday afternoon.
 Services will be held at 1:30 p.m. Thursday at the Fairbanks-Lamb Chapel.  Rev. Gary House will officiate.  Burial will be in Memorial Park Cemetery.  Visitation is after 9 a.m. Wednesday.
 The daughter of Wilbert and Alma Hindbaugh Lewis, she was born June 3, 1921, in Muscatine.  She had lived all her life in the surrounding area.
 Her marriage to Carroll Martin took place Feb. 4, 1939, in Clinton.  She was a member of the Four Square Church.
 Survivors include her husband; one son, James C. of Letts; three grandchildren; and six brothers, Roy and Charles Lewis, both of Fruitland, Russell, Delmar and John Lewis, all of Muscatine and Donald Lewis of Letts; and one sister, Mrs. James (Delores) Curtis of Muscatine.
 She was preceded in death by her parents and one brother.
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MUSCATINE JOURNAL, FEB. 23, 1981
VIOLA MARTIN
     Mrs. Viola "Tootie" Martin, 59, Rt. 2, Letts, died at her home Monday afternoon.
     Services will be held at 1:30 p.m. Thursday at the Fairbanks-Lamb Chapel.  Rev. Gary House will officiate.  Burial will be in Memorial Park Cemetery.  Visitation is after 9 a.m. Wednesday.
     The daughter of Wilbert and Alma Hindbaugh Lewis, she was born June 3, 1921, in Muscatine.  She had lived all her life in the surrounding area.
     Her marriage to Carrol Martin took place Feb. 4, 1939, in Clinton. She waqs a member of the Four Square Church.
     Survivors include her husband; one son, James C. of Letts; three grandchildren; and six brothers, Roy and Charles Lewis, both of Fruitland, Russell, Delmar and John Lewis, all of Muscatine and Donald Lewis of Letts; and one sister, Mrs. James (Delores) Curtis of Muscatine.
     She was preceded in death by her parents and one brother.

More About VIOLA MAE LEWIS:
Burial: Muscatine Memorial Park Cemetery, Muscatine, Iowa
 
Child of VIOLA LEWIS and CARROLL MARTIN is:
 i. JAMES CARROLL12 MARTIN16, b. June 12, 194116.

15.  ALFRED11 LEWIS (WILBUR10, CHARITY9 COZAD, JOB8, ABRAHAM7, REV JOB6, JOB5 COSART, JACOB COZAD4 COSSART I, ANTHONY3 COSSART, JACQUES2, JACQUES1)16 was born August 03, 1923 in Muscatine, Iowa16, and died September 26, 1976 in Muscatine, Iowa16.  He married (1) ANTOINETTE HUFF.    He married (2) CATHERINE GOLDESBERRY16 December 24, 1946 in Aledo, Illinois.

Notes for ALFRED LEWIS:
MUSCATINE JOURNAL, SEPT. 26, 1976
ALFRED LEWIS
 Alfred James Lewis, 53, Rt. 6, died at 1:04 p.m Sunday at Muscatine General Hospital.
 Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. Wednesday at the Fruitland Baptist Church.  Burial will be in Memorial Park Cemetery.  Visitation will begin at 7 this evening at the Geo. M. Wittich Funeral Home.
 Alfred Lewis was born Aug. 3, 1923, at Muscatine, the son of Wilbert and Alma Hindbaugh Lewis.  He was a life resident of the area.
 He married Catherine Goldesberry Dec. 24, 1946, at Aledo, Ill.  He was a member of the Fruitland Baptist church and served in the Army in World War II.  He was part owner of Lewis Bros, Inc.
 Surviving are his wife; a son, Daniel D. Lewis, at home; and two sons and a daughter by a former marriage, Wayne A. Lewis of California; Michael Lewis of Quincy, Ill., and Mrs. Thor (Marilyn) Christensen of Muscatine; five grandchildren; six brothers, Roy, Charles, Russel and John of Muscatine, Donald and Delmar of Letts; and two sisters, Mrs. Carroll (Viola) Martin and Mrs. James (Delores) Curtis of Muscatine.
 He was preceded in death by his parents and one daughter.
 
 Funeral services for Alfred Lewis, 53, were held at 10 a.m.  Wednesday at the Fruitland Baptist church.
 Rev. LaVerne Hubbard officiated.
 Mrs. Patsy Finley was the organist and Mrs. Albert Terhune and Mrs. Bill Hansford, the vocalist.
 Flower attendants were Mrs. Buster Thornton, Mrs. Craton Hunt, Mrs. William Brandt and Mrs. Floyd Meeker.
 Pallbearers were Larry Roberts, William Brandt, Bill Hansford, Gary Mercer, Floyd Meeker and Craton Hunt.
 Burial was in Memorial Park Cemetery under the direction of the Geo. M. Wittich Funeral Home.
 Mr. Lewis died Sunday at the Muscatine General Hospital.
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MUSCATINE JOURNAL, SEPT. 26, 1976
ALFRED LEWIS
     Alfred James Lewis, 53, Rt. 6, died at 1:04 p.m. Sunday at Muscatine General Hospital.
     Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. Wednesday at the Fruitland Baptist Church.  Burial will be in Memorial Park Cemetery.  Visitation will begin at 7 this evening at the Geo. M. Wittich Funeral Home.
     Alfred Lewis was born Aug. 3, 1923, at Muscatine, the son of Wilbert and Alma Hindbaugh Lewis.  He was a life resident of the area.
     He married Catherine Goldesberry Dec. 24, 1946, at Aledo, Ill.  He was a member of the Fruitland Baptist Church and served in the Army in World War II.  He was part owner of Lewis Bros. Inc.
     Surviving are his wife; a son, Daniel D. Lewis, at home; and two sons and a daughter by a former marriage, Wayne A. Lewis of California; Michael Lewis of Quincy, Ill., and Mrs. Thor (Marilyn) Christensen of Muscatine; five granchildren; six brothers, Roy, Charles, Russel and John of Muscatine, Donald and Delmar of Letts; and two sisters, Mrs. Carroll (Viola) Martin and Mrs. James (Delores) Curtis of Muscatine.
     He was preceded in death by his parents and one daughter.

     Funeral services for Alfred Lewis, 53, were held at 10 a.m. Wednesday at the Fruitland Baptist church.
     Rev. LaVern Hubbard officiated.
     Mrs. Patsy Finley ws the organist and Mrs. Albert Terhune and Mrs. Bill Hansford, the vocalist.  Flower attendants were Mrs. Buster Thornton, Mrs. Craton Hunt, Mrs. William Brandt and Mrs. Floyd Meeker.
     Pallbearers were Larry Roberts, William Brandt, Bill Hansford, Gary Mercer, Floyd Meeker and Craton Hunt.
     Burial was in Memorial Park cemetery under the Direction of the Geo. M. Wittich Funeral Home.
     Mr. Lewis died Sunday the Muscatine General Hospital.

More About ALFRED LEWIS:
Burial: Memorial Park Cemetery, Muscatine, Iowa
 
Child of ALFRED LEWIS and ANTOINETTE HUFF is:
19. i. WAYNE ALFRED12 LEWIS.

16.  ROY ANDREW11 LEWIS (WILBUR10, CHARITY9 COZAD, JOB8, ABRAHAM7, REV JOB6, JOB5 COSART, JACOB COZAD4 COSSART I, ANTHONY3 COSSART, JACQUES2, JACQUES1)16 was born March 16, 1925 in Muscatine, Iowa, and died December 14, 1991 in Muscatine, Iowa16.  He married (2) DONNA LORD June 20, 1951 in Muscatine, Iowa.

Notes for ROY ANDREW LEWIS:
MUSCATINE JOURNAL
ROY A. LEWIS
 Roy A. Lewis, 66, of 104 Division St., Fruitland-Muscatine died Saturday, Dec. 14, 1991 at Muscatine General Hospital.
 Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 17, at the Geo. M. Wittich-Lewis Funeral Home. Burial will be at the Muscatine Memorial Park Cemetery.  Military rites will be conducted by the American Legion, VFW and World War I Barracks.  Pallbearers will be Charles Lewis, Tim Lewis, Steven Curtis, Craig Lewis, James Curtis Jr. and Kenneth Carpenter.
 Visitation will be from 6 to 8 p.m. today at the funeral home.
 Memorials may be made to the American Heart Association or the American Cancer Society.
 Mr. Lewis was born to Wilbert and Alma Hindbaugh Lewis on March 16, 1925, in Muscatine.  He married Donna Lord on June 20, 1951, in Muscatine.  He was a life long resident of this area.
 He retired from Lewis Brothers Corporation where he was a sheet metal worker.
 He is survived by two sons, Roy A. Lewis and Alfred Lewis, both of Mesa, Az.; three daughters, Roxanne Edwards, Shanda Lewis and Dena Burner, all of Mesa; three grandchildren; four brothers, Charles, Donald, Delmar and John Lewis, all of Muscatine; and one sister, Delores Curtis, also of Muscatine.
 He was preceded in death by his parents, two brothers and one sister.
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MUSCATINE JOURNAL
ROY A. LEWIS
     Roy A. Lewis, 66, of 104 Division St., Fruitland-Muscatine died Saturday, Dec. 14, 1991 at Muscatine General Hospital.
     Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 17, at the Geo. M. Wittich-Lewis Funeral Home.  Burial will be at the Muscatine Memorial Park cemetery.  Military rites will be conducted by the Americn Legion, VFW and World War I Barracks.  Pallbearers will be Charles Lewis, Tim Lewis, Steven Curtis, Craig Lewis, James Curtis Jr. and Kenneth Carpenter.
     Visitation will be from 6 to 8 p.m. today at the funeral home.
     Memeorial may be made to the American heart Association or the American Cancer Society.
     Mr. Lewis was born to Wilbert and Alma Hindbaugh Lewis on march 16, 1925, in Muscatine.  He married Donna Lord on June 20, 1951, in Muscatine.  He was a life long resident of this area.
     He retired from Lewis Brothers Corporation where he was a sheet metal worker.
     He is survived by two sons, Roy A. Lewis and Alfred Lewis, both of Mesa, Az.; three daughters, Roxanne Edwards, Shanda Lewis and Dena Burner, all of Mesa; three grandchildren; four brothers, Charles, Donald, Delmar, and John Lewis, all of Muscatine; and one sister, Delores Curtis, also of Muscatine.
     He was preceded in death by his parents, two brothers and one sister.

More About ROY ANDREW LEWIS:
Burial: Memorial Park Cemetery, Muscatine, Iowa
 
Children of ROY LEWIS and DONNA LORD are:
20. i. ROY ALLEN12 LEWIS.
 ii. ALFRED LEWIS.
 iii. ROXANNE LEWIS.
 iv. SHANDA LEWIS.
 v. DEAN LEWIS.

17.  RUSSEL EUGENE11 LEWIS (WILBUR10, CHARITY9 COZAD, JOB8, ABRAHAM7, REV JOB6, JOB5 COSART, JACOB COZAD4 COSSART I, ANTHONY3 COSSART, JACQUES2, JACQUES1)16 was born September 11, 1931 in Muscatine, Iowa, and died June 1988 in Muscatine, Iowa.  He married VALLI HILL March 19, 1955 in Muscatine, Iowa.

Notes for RUSSEL EUGENE LEWIS:
MUSCATINE JOURNAL, JUNE 1988
RUSSELL LEWIS
 Russel Eugene Lewis, 56, died early today at his rural Muscatine home.
 Services are Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. at the Geo. M. Wittich-Lewis Funeral Home.  The Rev. N.J. Howse will officiate.  Organist will be Margaret Howse and vocalist will be Randy Porter.  Burial will be at Memorial Park with military rites by the American Legion, VFW and World War I Barracks.
 Visitation is Tuesday from 2 to 8 p.m. at the funeral home where a memorial has been established.
 Mr. Lewis was born Sept. 9, 1931, in Muscatine, a son of Wilbert and Alma Hindbaugh Lewis and was a life resident here.  He was united in marriage on March 19, 1955 to Vallie Hill in Muscatine.  He was affiliated with the Four Square church, was a Diabled American Veteran of the Korean War.  He was employed as a welder and millwright with Lewis Brothers and had also been a farmer.
 Survivors include his wife, Valli; one son, Timothy, of Muscatine; three daughters, Laurie Lewis of Moline; Valerie Howell and Mrs. Keven (Jeanne) Douglas, both of Muscatine; six grandchildren; three stepgrandchildren; five brothers, Roy and Charles, both of Fruitland; Donald and Delmar, both of Letts; and John of Muscatine; and one sister, Mrs. James (Delores) Curtis of Muscatine.
 His parents, one brother and one sister preceded him in death.
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MUSCATINE JOURNAL JUNE 1988
RUSSELL LEWIS
     Russel Eugene Lewis, 56, died early today at his rural Muscatine home.
     Services are Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. at the Geo. M. Wittich-Lewis Funeral Home.  The Rev. N.J. Howse will officiate.  Organist will be Margaret Howse and vocalist will be Randy Porter.  Burial will be at Memorial Park with military rites by the American Legion, VFW and World War I Barracks.
     Visitation is Tuesday from 2 to 8 p.m. at the funeral home where a memorial has been established.
     Mr. Lewis was born Sept. 9, 1931 in Muscatine, a son of Wilbert and Alma Hindbaugh Lewis and was a life resident here.  He was united in marriage on March 19, 1955 to Valli Hill in Muscatine.  He was affiliated with the Four Square church, was a Disabled American Veteran of the Korean War.  He was employed as a welder and millwright with Lewis Brothers and had also been a farmer.
     Survivors include his wife, Valli; one son,Ttimothy, of Muscatine; three daughters, Laurie Lewis, of Moline; Valerie Howell and Mrs. Kevin (Jeanne) Douglas, both of Muscatine; six grandchildren; three stepgrandchildren; five brothers, Roy and Charles, both of Fruitland; Donald and Delmar, both of Letts; and John of Muscatine; and one sister, Mrs. James (Delores) Curtis of Muscatine.
     His parents, one brother and one sister preceded him in death.

More About RUSSEL EUGENE LEWIS:
Burial: Memorial Park Cemetery, Muscatine, Iowa
 
Children of RUSSEL LEWIS and VALLI HILL are:
 i. TIMOTHY12 LEWIS.
 ii. LAURI LEWIS.
 iii. VALERIE LEWIS.
 iv. JEANNE LEWIS.

18.  DELORES MARIE11 LEWIS (WILBUR10, CHARITY9 COZAD, JOB8, ABRAHAM7, REV JOB6, JOB5 COSART, JACOB COZAD4 COSSART I, ANTHONY3 COSSART, JACQUES2, JACQUES1)16 was born November 20, 1933 in Muscatine, Iowa16.  She married JAMES JEFFERSON SR. CURTIS16 January 06, 1952 in Muscatine, Iowa16, son of CLEMENT CURTIS and MINNIE PEETZ.  He was born June 05, 1932 in Muscatine, Iowa16.
 
Children of DELORES LEWIS and JAMES CURTIS are:
21. i. ROSEMARY12 CURTIS, b. September 06, 1952.
22. ii. JAMES JEFFERSON JR. CURTIS, b. March 15, 1956.
23. iii. STEVEN GARY CURTIS, b. February 11, 1965.
24. iv. ANGELA MARIE CURTIS, b. April 17, 1971, Muscatine, Iowa.
 

Generation No. 12

19.  WAYNE ALFRED12 LEWIS (ALFRED11, WILBUR10, CHARITY9 COZAD, JOB8, ABRAHAM7, REV JOB6, JOB5 COSART, JACOB COZAD4 COSSART I, ANTHONY3 COSSART, JACQUES2, JACQUES1)  He married ANITA ROSWITHA MOLITOR.
 
Child of WAYNE LEWIS and ANITA MOLITOR is:
 i. MICHAEL DIRK13 LEWIS, b. September 17, 1970, Moline, Illinois.

20.  ROY ALLEN12 LEWIS (ROY ANDREW11, WILBUR10, CHARITY9 COZAD, JOB8, ABRAHAM7, REV JOB6, JOB5 COSART, JACOB COZAD4 COSSART I, ANTHONY3 COSSART, JACQUES2, JACQUES1)  He married PENNY SYMMONDS16.
 
Child of ROY LEWIS and PENNY SYMMONDS is:
 i. SHONA L.13 LEWIS16, b. August 19, 1977; d. October 1977.

Notes for SHONA L. LEWIS:
SHONA L. LEWIS
 Shona L. Lewis, two months, 1715 Palm St., died at 3:24 a.m. Wednesday at University Hopitals, Iowa City, following a short illness.
 Graveside services will be held at 10 a.m. Tuesday at Memorial Park Cemetery with the Geo. M. Wittich Funeral Home handling arrangements.  There will be no visitaion.
 Shona Lewis was born Aug, 19, 1977, in Iowa City, the daughter of Roy and Penny Symmonds Lewis.  She is survived by her parents; grandparents, Bonnie Symmonds of Davenport, Richard Symmonds of Muscatine, Donna Lewis of Mesa, Az., and Roy A. Lewis of Muscatine and great grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Hurshel Symmonds of Muscatine and Emmaline Lee of Centerville.
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SHONA L. LEWIS
     Shona L. Lewis, two months, 1715 Palm St., died at 3:24 a.m. Wednesday at University Hospitals, Iowa City, folloing a short illness.
     Graveside services will be held at 10 a.m. Tuesday at memorial Park with the Geo. M. Wittich Funeral Home handling arrangements.  There will be no visitation.
     Lewis was born Aug. 19, 1977, in iowa city, the daughter of Roy and Penny Symmonds Lewis.  She is survived by her parents; grandparents, Bonnie Symmonds of Davenport, Richard Symmonds of Muscatine, Donna Lewis of Mesa, Az. and Roy A. Lewis of Muscatine and great grandparents, Mrs. and Mrs. Hurschel Symmonds of Muscatine and Emmaline Lee of Centerville.

21.  ROSEMARY12 CURTIS (DELORES MARIE11 LEWIS, WILBUR10, CHARITY9 COZAD, JOB8, ABRAHAM7, REV JOB6, JOB5 COSART, JACOB COZAD4 COSSART I, ANTHONY3 COSSART, JACQUES2, JACQUES1)16 was born September 06, 1952.  She married (1) RICK WITTAKER July 31, 1970 in Muscatine, Iowa.  He was born August 18, 1951 in Muscatine, Iowa.  She married (2) RICKY DEWAYNE WHITTAKER16 July 31, 1970 in Muscatine, Iowa16.  He was born August 18, 1951 in Muscatine, Iowa16.
 
Children of ROSEMARY CURTIS and RICK WITTAKER are:
25. i. ALICIA LYNN13 WITTAKER, b. September 11, 1972, Muscatine, Iowa.
 ii. ERIK DUANE WITTAKER, b. April 14, 1976.
 
Child of ROSEMARY CURTIS and RICKY WHITTAKER is:
 iii. ERIK DEWAYNE13 WHITTAKER16, b. April 14, 197616.

22.  JAMES JEFFERSON JR.12 CURTIS (DELORES MARIE11 LEWIS, WILBUR10, CHARITY9 COZAD, JOB8, ABRAHAM7, REV JOB6, JOB5 COSART, JACOB COZAD4 COSSART I, ANTHONY3 COSSART, JACQUES2, JACQUES1)16 was born March 15, 1956.  He married RACHELLE LEE YERINGTON16 March 27, 1976 in Muscatine, Iowa16.  She was born September 03, 1958 in Muscatine, Iowa16.
 
Children of JAMES CURTIS and RACHELLE YERINGTON are:
 i. BRIAD SCOTT13 CURTIS, b. May 05, 1978.
26. ii. REBECCA JEAN CURTIS, b. March 14, 1980, Muscatine, Iowa.
 iii. BRIAN SCOTT CURTIS.16, b. May 05, 197816.

23.  STEVEN GARY12 CURTIS (DELORES MARIE11 LEWIS, WILBUR10, CHARITY9 COZAD, JOB8, ABRAHAM7, REV JOB6, JOB5 COSART, JACOB COZAD4 COSSART I, ANTHONY3 COSSART, JACQUES2, JACQUES1)16 was born February 11, 1965.  He married (1) RUTHANN LUCAS.    He married (2) RUTH ANN LUCAS16 April 23, 1988 in Muscatine, Iowa16.  She was born 196416.  He married (3) KENDIS FRUITS16 June 21, 1999 in Avelon, California16.  She was born September 24 in Muscatine, Iowa16.
 
Children of STEVEN CURTIS and RUTHANN LUCAS are:
 i. ALEXANDER13 CURTIS.
 ii. KYLE CURTIS.
 iii. BRADLY CURTIS.

24.  ANGELA MARIE12 CURTIS (DELORES MARIE11 LEWIS, WILBUR10, CHARITY9 COZAD, JOB8, ABRAHAM7, REV JOB6, JOB5 COSART, JACOB COZAD4 COSSART I, ANTHONY3 COSSART, JACQUES2, JACQUES1)16 was born April 17, 1971 in Muscatine, Iowa16.  She married GREG HAMMOND16 August 23, 1993 in Muscatine, Iowa16.  He was born April 16, 1968 in Muscatine, Iowa16.
 
Children of ANGELA CURTIS and GREG HAMMOND are:
 i. JARID13 HAMMOND, b. September 25, 199116.
 ii. TYLER HAMMOND, b. February 08, 199416.
 

Generation No. 13

25.  ALICIA LYNN13 WITTAKER (ROSEMARY12 CURTIS, DELORES MARIE11 LEWIS, WILBUR10, CHARITY9 COZAD, JOB8, ABRAHAM7, REV JOB6, JOB5 COSART, JACOB COZAD4 COSSART I, ANTHONY3 COSSART, JACQUES2, JACQUES1) was born September 11, 1972 in Muscatine, Iowa16.  She married TROY PAYNE16 October 22, 1994 in Muscatine, Iowa16.  He was born April 18, 1968.
 
Child of ALICIA WITTAKER and TROY PAYNE is:
 i. BREANNA ROSE14 PAYNE16, b. July 15, 199616.

26.  REBECCA JEAN13 CURTIS (JAMES JEFFERSON JR.12, DELORES MARIE11 LEWIS, WILBUR10, CHARITY9 COZAD, JOB8, ABRAHAM7, REV JOB6, JOB5 COSART, JACOB COZAD4 COSSART I, ANTHONY3 COSSART, JACQUES2, JACQUES1)16 was born March 14, 1980 in Muscatine, Iowa16.  She met CHRISTOPHER DAVID KNERR16 June 06, 1998 in Wapello, Iowa16.  He was born August 28, 1975 in Wapello, Iowa16.
 
Child of REBECCA CURTIS and CHRISTOPHER KNERR is:
 i. URSULA KAY14 KNERR16, b. April 05, 199916.
 
 
 
 

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