Martin Folger

Birth*1 September 1879Jewell County, KS 
Census*8 June 1880Erving Twp., Jewell, KS; Peter Folger, age 28, farmer, b Holland, parents b Holland; Kate, wife, age 23, keeping house, b MI, parents b Holland; Fred J., son, age 2, b KS; Martin, son, b Sep 1879 in KS; Jacob Folger, brother, age 10, at home, b KS 
Marriage*26 March 1903Matilda Rychel; Rychel farm house, KS 
Census*16 January 1920Matilda Rychel; Erving Twp., Jewell, KS; Martin Folger, age 40, b KS, partents b MI, farmer; Matilda, wife, age 37, b KS, parents b MI; Sinnie, dau, age 16; Carrie, dau, age 13; Lillie, dau, age 9; Louise, dau, age 7; Maggie, dau, age 5; Estella, dau, age 2 10/12 - children b KS 
Attributes*He was of medium height and build with blue eyes and brown hair in 1918. 
Death*29 May 1958Cawker, Jewel, KS 
Burial*Reformed Cemetery, Jewell County, KS 

Family

Matilda Rychel b. 20 Aug 1880, d. 11 Jun 1959

Marie Ann Nason

Father*Abraham Nason b. 14 Mar 1877, d. 15 Nov 1941
Mother*Sadie Van Haaften b. 3 Sep 1881, d. 17 May 1949
Birth*6 December 1905Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo, MI 
(Witness) Census21 April 1910Abraham Nason, Sadie Van Haaften; Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo, MI; Abraham, age 33, married 8yrs, blacksmith helper ; Sadie, wife, age 28, mar 8 yrs, mother of 1, 1 living; Marie E., dau, age 4 - all b MI 
(Witness) CensusJanuary 1920Abraham Nason, Sadie Van Haaften; Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo, MI; Abraham, age 42; Mary Sadie, age 37; Marie, age 14; Raymond, age 7. Vol 46, E.D. 167, Sheet 10, Line 73. (enumerated just before A.C. Van Haaften family, Sadie's brother) 
Married NameNye 
Marriage*1927Almonte Everett Nye Jr; Kalamazoo County, MI; she was a lifelong area resident of Kalamazoo 
Census*14 April 1930Almonte Everett Nye Jr; Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo, MI; Almonte E. Rye, age 26, married at 24, draftsman at paper mill ; Marie A., wife, age 24, mar at 21, ; Almonte E., son, age 2; Eugene A., son, age 6/12 - all b MI - res 909 Rose Ct., renting, no radio ( also on this page : Abraham and Sadie Nason, Marie's parents, at 905 Rose Ct. Martin and Jennie Van Haaften, Marie's maternal grandparents, at 923 S. Rose.) 
Witness: Eugene Alan Nye
Census26 April 1940Almonte Everett Nye Jr; Ward 5, Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo, MI; Almont Nye, age 36, 4 yrs hs, b MI, draftsman - paper; Marie, wife, age 34, 3yrs hs, b MI; Almonte Jr., age 12, 6 yrs school, b MI; Eugene, son, age 10, 4yrs school, b MI; Wayne, son, age 7, 1yr school, b MI; Terry, son, age 5, b MI - renting at 1922 Portage 
Witness: Almonte E. Nye III
Witness: Eugene Alan Nye
Witness: Wayne Raymond Nye Sr.
Witness: Terry Lee Nye
Residence*Almonte Everett Nye Jr; 1922 Portage, Kalamazoo County, MI 
Anecdote*Jean Nye, wife of Almonte III, remembered Marie Ann, daughter of Abraham Nason, as a very sweet lady. She was a true stay-at-home mother, meticulous housekeeper and excellent cook. Marie was in a nursing home the last three years of her life and depressed. 
Witness: Genevieve Marguerite "Jean" Clark
NoteMemorial donations were suggested to Animals Best Friend, Borgess Nursing Home, Kalamazoo Gospel Mission or Hospice of Greater Kalamazoo. 
Note*13 April 1998Marie was preceded in death by her husband in 1964; son, Wayne in 1995; and brother, Raymond Nason. She was survived by sons Almonte (Jean), Eugene (Norma), Terry Lee (Irene) all of Kalamazoo; daughter-in-law, Rose Nye of Kalamazoo; nine grandchildren; 13 great-grandchildren; eight great-great grandchildren; several nieces and nephews. 
Death*13 April 1998Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo, MI 
Funeral*15 April 1998Graveside services were held at 11:00a.m. at Riverside Cemetery on Wednesday, 15 April 1998 with Pastor Joseph Pratt of The Branches in Lacota, MI officiating. 
Burial15 April 1998Riverside Cemetery, Kalamazoo, MI 

Family

Almonte Everett Nye Jr b. 13 Jun 1903, d. 6 Sep 1964
Children 1.Almonte E. Nye III+ b. 12 Mar 1928, d. 25 Jan 2005
 2.Eugene Alan Nye+ b. 10 Jun 1929, d. 12 Mar 2023
 3.Wayne Raymond Nye Sr.+ b. 2 Apr 1933, d. 11 May 1995
 4.Terry Lee Nye

Almonte Everett Nye Jr

Father*Almonte E. Nye b. 26 Apr 1863, d. 18 Mar 1941
Mother*Hattie M. Roach b. 18 Oct 1867, d. 20 Jul 1949
Birth*13 June 1903Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo, MI 
(Witness) Census27 April 1910Almonte E. Nye, Hattie M. Roach; Ward 5, Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo, MI; Almonte E. Nye, age 47, married 27yrs, b MI, parents NY, manager at paper mill; Hattie M., wife, age 42, mar 27yrs, mother of 5, 5 living, b MI, parents NY; Millie S., dau, age 16; next pg: Ruth E. Nye, dau, age 9; Almonte E. Nye, son, age 6 - all children b MI - res on Portage St. 
Marriage*1927Marie Ann Nason; Kalamazoo County, MI; she was a lifelong area resident of Kalamazoo 
Census*14 April 1930Marie Ann Nason; Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo, MI; Almonte E. Rye, age 26, married at 24, draftsman at paper mill ; Marie A., wife, age 24, mar at 21, ; Almonte E., son, age 2; Eugene A., son, age 6/12 - all b MI - res 909 Rose Ct., renting, no radio ( also on this page : Abraham and Sadie Nason, Marie's parents, at 905 Rose Ct. Martin and Jennie Van Haaften, Marie's maternal grandparents, at 923 S. Rose.) 
Witness: Eugene Alan Nye
Census26 April 1940Marie Ann Nason; Ward 5, Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo, MI; Almont Nye, age 36, 4 yrs hs, b MI, draftsman - paper; Marie, wife, age 34, 3yrs hs, b MI; Almonte Jr., age 12, 6 yrs school, b MI; Eugene, son, age 10, 4yrs school, b MI; Wayne, son, age 7, 1yr school, b MI; Terry, son, age 5, b MI - renting at 1922 Portage 
Witness: Almonte E. Nye III
Witness: Eugene Alan Nye
Witness: Wayne Raymond Nye Sr.
Witness: Terry Lee Nye
Residence*Marie Ann Nason; 1922 Portage, Kalamazoo County, MI 
Occupation*an engineer and draftsman for the Allied Paper Company until his retirement in June 1964. 
Note*Almonte was survived by his wife; sons Almonte E. III of Midland, Eugene A. and Wayne R. of Kalamazoo, and Terry L. of Plainwell; nine grandchildren; sisters, Mrs. Della Baker, Mrs. Millie Ward and Mrs. Ruth Smith, all of Kalamazoo. 
Death*6 September 1964Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo, MI 
Funeral9 September 1964St. Luke's Episcopal Church, Kalamazoo, MI; on Wednesday at 10 a.m. 
Burial*9 September 1964Riverside Cemetery, Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo, MI 

Family

Marie Ann Nason b. 6 Dec 1905, d. 13 Apr 1998
Children 1.Almonte E. Nye III+ b. 12 Mar 1928, d. 25 Jan 2005
 2.Eugene Alan Nye+ b. 10 Jun 1929, d. 12 Mar 2023
 3.Wayne Raymond Nye Sr.+ b. 2 Apr 1933, d. 11 May 1995
 4.Terry Lee Nye

Raymond George Nason

Father*Abraham Nason b. 14 Mar 1877, d. 15 Nov 1941
Mother*Sadie Van Haaften b. 3 Sep 1881, d. 17 May 1949
Birth*15 December 1912Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo, MI 
(Witness) CensusJanuary 1920Abraham Nason, Sadie Van Haaften; Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo, MI; Abraham, age 42; Mary Sadie, age 37; Marie, age 14; Raymond, age 7. Vol 46, E.D. 167, Sheet 10, Line 73. (enumerated just before A.C. Van Haaften family, Sadie's brother) 
(Witness) Residence1929Abraham Nason, Sadie Van Haaften; 905 Rose Ct., Kalamazoo, MI 
(Witness) Census14 April 1930Abraham Nason, Sadie Van Haaften; Ward 4, Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo, MI; Abraham Nason, age 53, married at 26, father b IA, mother b Holland, paper maker at paper mill ; Sadie, wife, age 48, mar at 21; Raymond, son, age 17 - renting on Rose Ct. (Martin & Jennie Van Haaften lived nearby on S. Rose, enumerated on same pg) 
Marriage*27 June 1935Coral Jean Kooi; Oakwood Church, Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo, MI; Rev. Henry Kooi (Coral's father) officiated with witnesses Henry Kooi Jr and Dorothy Rose Douma, both of Kalamazoo 
Witness: Henry James Kooi
Census*18 April 1940Coral Jean Kooi; Ward 5, Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo, MI; Raymond G. Nason, age 28, 4yrs hs, b MI, asst. clerk at paper mill; Coral J., wife, age 22, 4yrs hs, b MI, clerk in dept store - renting at 641 Carl St. - home of Coral's parents 
Employmentas a stockkeeper for Bryant Paper Co. before joining the Air Force. 
Milit-Beg*Raymond was a Master Sgt. para trooper in the 11th Airborne - Pacific theatre in the Second World War. He spent post war time in Japan. 
Residence*1942Coral Jean Kooi; 641 Carr, Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo, MI; also at this address were Rev. Henry Kooi and William Schroeder 
Employment*between 1947 and 1964Kalamazoo, MI; the Upjohn Company as the Traffic Manager, a position he held until his death. 
Note*Surviving Raymond were his wife, Coral; son, Randy Lee; sister, Mrs. Marie Nye; five nephews and two nieces. 
Death*20 January 1964Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo, MI 
Burial*22 January 1964South Portage Cemetery, Portage, Kalamazoo, MI 

Family

Coral Jean Kooi b. 9 Dec 1916, d. 3 Nov 2006
Child 1.Randy Lee Nason+ b. 7 Jun 1947, d. 27 May 2006

Grace Nason

Father*Jannes/George Nason b. 1 Oct 1840, d. 26 Aug 1887
Mother*Annie Vanderberg b. 21 Sep 1855, d. 8 May 1898
Birth*30 June 1879Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo, MI; died at age 5 
CauseDeathhad diptheria 
Death*2 September 1884Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo, MI 
Burial*26 September 1884Riverside Cemetery, Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo, MI 

Benjamin Nason

Father*Jannes/George Nason b. 1 Oct 1840, d. 26 Aug 1887
Mother*Annie Vanderberg b. 21 Sep 1855, d. 8 May 1898
Birth*October 1885Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo, MI; died at age 5 months; birth record was not recorded at clerk's office 
Death*March 1886Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo, MI 
Burial*8 March 1886Riverside Cemetery, Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo, MI 

Pauline Sophia Nason

Father*Ralph Nason b. 13 Dec 1846, d. 8 Jul 1916
Mother*Johanna Katrina M. Elizabeth Van Der Tak b. 6 Mar 1847, d. 26 May 1927
Birth*23 August 1873Lacona, Warren, IA 
Death*27 October 1874Lacona, Warren, IA 

Theodore Nicholas Nason

Father*Ralph Nason b. 13 Dec 1846, d. 8 Jul 1916
Mother*Johanna Katrina M. Elizabeth Van Der Tak b. 6 Mar 1847, d. 26 May 1927
Birth*5 August 1875Charlton, Lucas, IA; 1900 Pueblo CO census has birth year 1874 
Milit-Beg*1898served as a private with the Colorado Volunteers in the Spanish American War in 1898 
Marriage*6 December 1899Agnes Helen Brawn; Pueblo, Pueblo, CO 
Census*10 June 1900Agnes Helen Brawn; Pueblo, Pueblo, CO; Theo N., age 25, bn Aug 1874 IA, father IA, mother Holland, can't read off; Agnes, wife, age 18, bn Sep 1881 Eng, immigrated 1890; Adeline Green, sister (of Agnes), age 8, bn July 1891 CO, parents Eng 
Witness: Adeline Frances Green
Census15 April 1910Agnes Helen Brawn; Colorado Springs, El Paso, CO; Theodore N., age 34, married 10yrs, b MI, father b MI, mother b Holland, brick maker; Agnes H., wife, age 28, mar 10yrs, mother of 3, 3 living, b England ; Theodore W., son, age 9; John L., son, age 6 ; Ruth, dau, age 2 - children b CO 
Witness: Theodore Wellington Nason
Witness: John Leonce Nason
Witness: Ruth Lavina Nason
CauseDeathwas accidentally killed fixing an ore grinder while working at the Portland Mill 
Death*6 May 1911Portland Mill, Colorado Springs, El Paso, CO 
Burial*8 May 1911Evergreen Cemetery, Colorado Springs, El Paso, CO 

Family

Agnes Helen Brawn b. 11 Sep 1881, d. 22 Jan 1961
Children 1.Theodore Wellington Nason+ b. 26 Oct 1900, d. 30 Aug 1948
 2.John Leonce Nason+ b. 30 Oct 1903, d. 16 May 1987
 3.Ruth Lavina Nason+ b. 20 Mar 1908, d. 19 Dec 1989

Paul Nason

Father*Ralph Nason b. 13 Dec 1846, d. 8 Jul 1916
Mother*Johanna Katrina M. Elizabeth Van Der Tak b. 6 Mar 1847, d. 26 May 1927
Birth*9 August 1877Charlton, Lucas, IA 
Death*22 July 1882Clarinda, Page, IA; he drowned 

Grace Ethel Nason

Father*Ralph Nason b. 13 Dec 1846, d. 8 Jul 1916
Mother*Johanna Katrina M. Elizabeth Van Der Tak b. 6 Mar 1847, d. 26 May 1927
Birth*21 December 1880Bradyville, Page, IA 
(Witness) AnecdoteHelen Elizabeth Frielink; from a Kalamazoo news clipping, probably c. 1900 based on Grace Nason being in her late teens: "The following young ladies comprised a hayrack party Wednesday evening and went to the home of Miss Flora Moore of Galesburg, where they were entertained by Miss Helen Frielink, in honor of Miss Grace Nason of Pueblo, Colo. The Misses Mary Bromley of Peoria, ILL., Jessie Crane, Jeanie Campbell, Lizzie Egan, Helen Frielink, Mazie Griffing, Mary Howe, Cora Kalleward, Hattie Lotz, Victoria Mayer, Grace Nason, Cora Nason, Marie Remynse, Loula Rychel, Florence Stein, Anna Van Dyke, and Cora Vanderberg. Ice cream and cake were served and a pleasant evening was spent by all." 
Anecdote*from a Kalamazoo news clipping, probably late 1890's based on Grace Nason being in her teens then: "In honor of Miss Grace Nason of Pueblo, Colorado, a company of relatives met at Lake View Wednesday afternoon and evening. There were about forty present, inclucing the families of Jacob Van de Berg, G. Frielink, Jacob Rychel, John Rychel, W. H. Frielink, Charles Lewis, John Frielink, Ralph Vissier, Wm. Stewart, A. Van de Berg, Mrs. Minnie Pfeiffer, Cora and Abe Nason. Arrangements were made for holding a Nason reunion every year." 
Witness: Charles Benjamin Lewis
Witness: Frances Mabel Frielink
Witness: Garrett William Frielink
Witness: Helen Niezen
Witness: William H. Frielink
Witness: Rose Downey
Witness: Mary Grace "Minnie" Frielink
Witness: John J. Frielink
Witness: Sarah M. Nason
Witness: Jacob Rychel
Witness: Jennie Gauw
Witness: John William Rychel
Witness: Abraham Nason
Witness: Cora Nason
Witness: Jacob A. Vanderberg
Witness: Abraham J. Vanderberg
Witness: Josephine Bowers
Witness: William Stewart
Witness: Ralph Visscher
Census*1900Pueblo, Pueblo, CO; Grace Nason, bn Dec 1880 IA - a servant in household of William T. Singer 
(Witness) Marriage2 July 1901John VanderVelde, Cora Vanderberg; Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo, MI; Miss Cora Vanderberg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Vanderberg, and John VanderVelde . . . The flower girls, Abbie Vanderberg, sister of the bride, and Dena Sikkenga. Attending the bride was Miss Katherine Ramaker of Chicago. The groom was attended by his brother, Henry Vandervelde, as best man. Out of town guests included Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jones, Findlay, OH, John Vanderberg, Otsego (MI), Mr. and Mrs. David Moore, Chicago, Henry Coons, Detroit, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lewis, Augusta, Mr. and Mrs. John Nason, Staples Minn, Miss Grace Nason, Pueblo, Colo. 
Married Name5 October 1904Welte 
Marriage*5 October 1904Lawrence Edward Welte; Pueblo, Pueblo, CO 
Census*3 January 1920Lawrence Edward Welte; Colorado Springs, El Paso, CO; Lawrence E. Welte, age 38, b IA, father b Germany, mother b OH, manager at brick plant; Grace E., wife, age 39, b IA, parents b Holland; Catherine Nason, mother-in-law, age 72, widowed, immigrated 1889, b Holland, parents b Holland; Guy T. Nason, brother-in-law, age 28, b IA, parents b Holland, brick setter at brick plant; Guy T. Nason Jr., nephew-in-law, age 2 6/12, b CO, father b IA, mother b CO - reside at 424 Spruce St. 
Witness: Johanna Katrina M. Elizabeth Van Der Tak
Witness: Guy Theodore Nason Sr
Witness: Guy Theodore Nason Jr
(Witness) AnecdoteCharles Benjamin Lewis, Frances Mabel Frielink; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lewis entertained at their home in North Westnedge avenue recently in honor of Mrs. Grace Nason Welte, of Colorado Springs. Mrs. Welte is president of the Colorado and Wyoming division of the Daughters of Veterans, and has been attending the national G.A.R. encampment in Grand Rapids. A luncheon was served to 25 relatives and friends. 
Death*21 July 1937Colorado Springs, El Paso, CO 
Burial*24 July 1937Evergreen Cemetery, Colorado Springs, CO; funeral was at St Mary Cathedral 

Family

Lawrence Edward Welte b. 30 Oct 1881, d. 27 Oct 1970

Lawrence Edward Welte

Father*George Welte b. 8 Apr 1832, d. 3 Dec 1890
Mother*Elizabeth Baumgartner b. 12 Sep 1843, d. 17 Feb 1884
Birth*30 October 1881Riverside, Washington, IA 
Marriage*5 October 1904Grace Ethel Nason; Pueblo, Pueblo, CO 
Census*3 January 1920Grace Ethel Nason; Colorado Springs, El Paso, CO; Lawrence E. Welte, age 38, b IA, father b Germany, mother b OH, manager at brick plant; Grace E., wife, age 39, b IA, parents b Holland; Catherine Nason, mother-in-law, age 72, widowed, immigrated 1889, b Holland, parents b Holland; Guy T. Nason, brother-in-law, age 28, b IA, parents b Holland, brick setter at brick plant; Guy T. Nason Jr., nephew-in-law, age 2 6/12, b CO, father b IA, mother b CO - reside at 424 Spruce St. 
Witness: Johanna Katrina M. Elizabeth Van Der Tak
Witness: Guy Theodore Nason Sr
Witness: Guy Theodore Nason Jr
Marriage*28 December 1938Frances C. Nogle; Montebello, Los Angeles, CA; Innocent Mangus, Catholic Priest, officiated with witnesses Thomas J. Hickey Jr and M. Eveline Nogle - sister of Frances 
Census*9 April 1940Frances C. Nogle; Colorado Springs, El Paso, CO; Lawrence E. Welte, age 58, 4yrs h.s., b IA, brick maker at own brick yard; Frances, wife, age 40, 4yrs h.s., b CO; Lawrence Jr., won, age 4/12, b CO - own home at 1224 Platte, value $5000 
Witness: Lawrence Edward Welte Jr.
Occupation*owner of National Clay Products on Old Fountain Rd in Colorado Springs 
Death*27 October 1970Colorado Springs, El Paso, CO 
Burial*29 October 1970Evergreen Cemetery, Colorado Springs, El Paso, CO; in Block 239-A 

Family 1

Grace Ethel Nason b. 21 Dec 1880, d. 21 Jul 1937

Family 2

Frances C. Nogle b. Nov 1899, d. 11 Sep 1967
Child 1.Lawrence Edward Welte Jr.

William Ernest Nason

Father*Ralph Nason b. 13 Dec 1846, d. 8 Jul 1916
Mother*Johanna Katrina M. Elizabeth Van Der Tak b. 6 Mar 1847, d. 26 May 1927
Birth*24 July 1883Clarinda, Page, IA 
(Witness) Census11 June 1900Ralph Nason, Johanna Katrina M. Elizabeth Van Der Tak; Pueblo, Pueblo, CO; Ralph Nason, age 53, b March 1847 in Holland, parents Holland, immigrated 1847, na, carpenter; Johanna, wife, age 53, b March 1847 in Holland, parents Holland, immigrated 1859; William, son, age 16, b July 1883, place covered with tape, laborer; next pg: Sophia P. Nason, dau, age 14, b Aug 1885 in IA; Eddie, son, age 12, b Sep 1887 in IA; Guy, son, age 8, b July 1891 in IA - youngest children in school - res on Fountain St. 
(Witness) Census19 April 1910Ralph Nason, Johanna Katrina M. Elizabeth Van Der Tak; Pueblo, Pueblo, CO; John I. Nason, age 64, b Holland, married 39 yrs, immigrated ?, na ; Kathleen, wife, age 63, mar 39 yrs, mother of 9, 7 living ; William, son, age 29, single; Edward, son, age 22, single; Guy, son, age 19 - sons b IA - men work at brick plant 
Marriage*20 June 1911Faye Bell Kingsberry; El Paso, El Paso, CO 
Employment*Summit Pressed Brick & Tile Co in Pueblo CO as foreman 
Census*5 April 1930Faye Bell Kingsberry; Pueblo, Pueblo, CO; William Nason, age 45, married at 27, b IA, father b MI, mother b Holland, superintendent at brick yard; Fay, wife, age 41, married at 23, b KS, parents b IL - own home at 1020 E. 8th St., value $3,500, own radio 
Anecdote*Diana Dunn first met Will and Faye in 1945 on a trip with her parents to CO. Will called Diana "Dynamite." Will and Faye had divided their brick house into a his and hers arrangement. He had many framed statements about friendship and was a greatly loved man. Will was about 5'9' tall with blue eyes,148 lbs and smoked a pipe. He left Diana some money when he died, which she used to help purchase her house. 
Association*the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks 
Residence*1962Faye Bell Kingsberry; 1395 Harlan St., Lakewood, CO; Will still lived there in 1972. 
Death*27 December 1972Denver, Denver, CO; resided in Lakewood 
Note*Uncle of Ralph J. Welte, Pueblo CO; Ray Nason, Marion, OH; Jack Nason, Dayton OH; John Nason, Augusta GA; Guy T. Nason, Gardena CA; Mrs. Fred Nuesmeyer, Magna UT; Mrs. Breatrice Dunn Safford, Hillcrest AZ; Grace West, Lemon Grove CA. 
Burial*30 December 1972Crown Hill Cemetery, Denver, CO 

Family

Faye Bell Kingsberry b. 22 Jul 1889, d. 9 Jul 1962

Pauline Sophia Nason

Father*Ralph Nason b. 13 Dec 1846, d. 8 Jul 1916
Mother*Johanna Katrina M. Elizabeth Van Der Tak b. 6 Mar 1847, d. 26 May 1927
NicknamePearl 
Birth*21 August 1885Clarinda, Page, IA 
(Witness) Census11 June 1900Ralph Nason, Johanna Katrina M. Elizabeth Van Der Tak; Pueblo, Pueblo, CO; Ralph Nason, age 53, b March 1847 in Holland, parents Holland, immigrated 1847, na, carpenter; Johanna, wife, age 53, b March 1847 in Holland, parents Holland, immigrated 1859; William, son, age 16, b July 1883, place covered with tape, laborer; next pg: Sophia P. Nason, dau, age 14, b Aug 1885 in IA; Eddie, son, age 12, b Sep 1887 in IA; Guy, son, age 8, b July 1891 in IA - youngest children in school - res on Fountain St. 
Married NameWelte 
Marriage*11 January 1909Joseph Charles Welte; Pueblo, Pueblo, CO 
Census*10 April 1930Joseph Charles Welte; Pueblo City, Pueblo, CO; Joseph C. Welte, age 62, married at age 41, b IA, father b Germany, mother b OH, brick manufacturer; Pauline, wife 42, mar at 21, b IA, father b MI, mother b Holland; Ralph, son, age 18, b CO - own home at 1801 Court St., value $ 12,000, own radio set 
Witness: Ralph Joseph Welte
Census3 April 1940Joseph Charles Welte; Pueblo, Pueblo, CO; Joseph C. Welte, age 72, 8yrs school, b IA, owner of brick mfg plant; Pauline S., wife, age 52, 4yrs h.s., b IA; Ralph J., son, age 28, single, 4yrs college, b CO, asst. manager of brick plant - own home at 1801 Court, value $18,000 
Witness: Ralph Joseph Welte
Death*29 June 1971Pueblo, Pueblo, CO 
Burial*Roselawn Cemetery, Pueblo, Pueblo, CO 

Family

Joseph Charles Welte b. 28 Feb 1866, d. 15 Feb 1943
Child 1.Ralph Joseph Welte+ b. 21 Jul 1911, d. 17 Feb 1992

Joseph Charles Welte

Father*George Welte b. 8 Apr 1832, d. 3 Dec 1890
Mother*Elizabeth Baumgartner b. 12 Sep 1843, d. 17 Feb 1884
Birth*28 February 1866Richmond, Washington, IA 
(Witness) Census14 June 1870George Welte, Elizabeth Baumgartner; Cedar Twp., Washington, IA; Geo Welt, age 39, farmer, b Baden; Elizabeth, age 37, keeping house, b OH; Phiolmine, age 9, at school; Mary, age 8, at school; Louisa, age 7, at school; Joseph, age 4; Amanda (Euphrosynia), age 2 - children all b IA 
(Witness) Census22 June 1880George Welte, Elizabeth Baumgartner; Riverside, Washington, IA; George Welte ( indexed Wette), age 48, shoemaker, b Baden, parents b Baden; Elizabeth, wife, age 38, keeping house, b OH, parents b Baden; Philomina, dau, age 19; Mary, age 18; Louisa, age 16; Joseph, age 14; Euphrosina, dau, age 11; Teresia (Helena?), dau, age 9; Rose, dau, age 4; Francis, dau, age 1 - all children b IA 
Marriage*11 January 1909Pauline Sophia Nason; Pueblo, Pueblo, CO 
Census*10 April 1930Pauline Sophia Nason; Pueblo City, Pueblo, CO; Joseph C. Welte, age 62, married at age 41, b IA, father b Germany, mother b OH, brick manufacturer; Pauline, wife 42, mar at 21, b IA, father b MI, mother b Holland; Ralph, son, age 18, b CO - own home at 1801 Court St., value $ 12,000, own radio set 
Witness: Ralph Joseph Welte
Occupation*owner of Summit Pressed Brick & Tile Co in Pueblo CO 
Census3 April 1940Pauline Sophia Nason; Pueblo, Pueblo, CO; Joseph C. Welte, age 72, 8yrs school, b IA, owner of brick mfg plant; Pauline S., wife, age 52, 4yrs h.s., b IA; Ralph J., son, age 28, single, 4yrs college, b CO, asst. manager of brick plant - own home at 1801 Court, value $18,000 
Witness: Ralph Joseph Welte
Death*15 February 1943Pueblo, Pueblo, CO 
Burial*Roselawn Cemetery, Pueblo, Pueblo, CO 

Family

Pauline Sophia Nason b. 21 Aug 1885, d. 29 Jun 1971
Child 1.Ralph Joseph Welte+ b. 21 Jul 1911, d. 17 Feb 1992

Edward Oliver Nason

Father*Ralph Nason b. 13 Dec 1846, d. 8 Jul 1916
Mother*Johanna Katrina M. Elizabeth Van Der Tak b. 6 Mar 1847, d. 26 May 1927
Note*Helen Elouise Peck; Diana Dunn's maternal grandparents. 
Birth*22 September 1887Clarinda, Page, IA 
(Witness) Census11 June 1900Ralph Nason, Johanna Katrina M. Elizabeth Van Der Tak; Pueblo, Pueblo, CO; Ralph Nason, age 53, b March 1847 in Holland, parents Holland, immigrated 1847, na, carpenter; Johanna, wife, age 53, b March 1847 in Holland, parents Holland, immigrated 1859; William, son, age 16, b July 1883, place covered with tape, laborer; next pg: Sophia P. Nason, dau, age 14, b Aug 1885 in IA; Eddie, son, age 12, b Sep 1887 in IA; Guy, son, age 8, b July 1891 in IA - youngest children in school - res on Fountain St. 
(Witness) Census19 April 1910Ralph Nason, Johanna Katrina M. Elizabeth Van Der Tak; Pueblo, Pueblo, CO; John I. Nason, age 64, b Holland, married 39 yrs, immigrated ?, na ; Kathleen, wife, age 63, mar 39 yrs, mother of 9, 7 living ; William, son, age 29, single; Edward, son, age 22, single; Guy, son, age 19 - sons b IA - men work at brick plant 
Marriage*22 September 1910Helen Elouise Peck; Pueblo, Pueblo, CO 
Census*12 January 1920Helen Elouise Peck; Pueblo, Pueblo, CO; Edward Nasson, age 32, b IA, parents b Holland, airman for railroad; next pg: Helen, wife, age 30, b CO, father b IL, mother b NM; Flora, dau, age 8, b CO; Jack, son, age 3 10/12, b CO; Raymon, son, age 1 10/12, b CO; Flora Peck, mother-in-law, widow, age 68, b NM, parents b NY 
Witness: Flora Beatrice Nason
Witness: Jack Albert Nason
Witness: Raymond Edward Nason
Employment*Summit Pressed Brick & Tile Co, then worked for the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad as an airman in Pueblo CO 
Death*20 March 1923Pueblo, Pueblo, CO 
Burial*Mountain View Cemetery, Pueblo, Pueblo, CO 

Family

Helen Elouise Peck b. 4 May 1889, d. 28 Apr 1964
Children 1.Flora Beatrice Nason+ b. 27 Sep 1911, d. 4 Aug 2014
 2.Jack Albert Nason+ b. 14 Mar 1916, d. 21 May 1999
 3.Raymond Edward Nason+ b. 17 Feb 1918, d. 17 Mar 2005

John Nason

Father*Jannes/George Nason b. 1 Oct 1840, d. 26 Aug 1887
Mother*Annie Vanderberg b. 21 Sep 1855, d. 8 May 1898
Birth*20 October 1873Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo, MI; John's father was also known as either John or George (Jannes) 
CauseDeathdied of inflammation of the lungs. 
Death*20 March 1874Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo, MI 
Burial*22 March 1874Riverside Cemetery, Kalamazoo, MI 

Henry M. Nason

Father*Jan Willems Nijsing b. 23 Jun 1810, d. Jun 1867
Mother*Grietje Jans Vredeveld b. 16 Sep 1810, d. 15 Jul 1869
Birth*22 February 1844Smilde, Drenthe, Netherlands 
(Witness) Census11 July 1850Jan Willems Nijsing, Grietje Jans Vredeveld; Kalamazoo Village, Kalamazoo, MI; John Neren, age 38, laborer; Mary, 38; Jane, 18; William, 16; John, 14, Ellen (Helen), 12; Yana (Johns), 10; Hendrick, 8; Otter (Ralph), 5; Sarah, 6/12; all listed as bn Holland, but Sarah's should be MI and the person just below her is listed bn MI; two other unrelated people also enumerated: Gerret Webenhoot/Wekenhout/Wernhout age 35 and Berent/Barendina Loosten/Joosten age 28 
(Witness) Residence1858Jan Willems Nijsing, Grietje Jans Vredeveld; Muscatine, IA 
(Witness) Census1 August 1860Jan Willems Nijsing, Grietje Jans Vredeveld; Cleona Twp, Scott, IA; John Nissin, age 50, b Holland, farmer; his wife, Mary, age 50, b Holland; children, Henry, 16, b Holland; Rudolph, 13, b Holland; William, 8 (would have been between 2 and 4), b IN; Mary, 5, b MI (no dau named as such in family, but John would have been 5) (Abigail, not listed, would have been around 8; Sarah, not listed would have been 10yrs old) 
Occupation*farm laborer, farmer and Presbyterian Minister 
Attributes*had brown hair and blue eyes and was measured 5ft 10 in tall when he enlisted, 3/4in more when discharged. 
Milit-Beg*9 May 1864residence given Cedar County, age 19, signed with an "x" 
Milit-End*15 September 1864Davenport, IA 
Marriage*14 August 1867Lucinda Clarissa McCoy; Knoxville, Marion, IA 
Residence*1870Lucinda Clarissa McCoy; Dallas Twp, Marion, IA 
Census*1 August 1870Lucinda Clarissa McCoy; Dallas Twp, Marion, IA; Henry, 26, bn Holland, farm laborer; Lucinda, 24, bn OH; William, 2, bn IA; Charles, 1mo, bn IA 
Witness: William O. Nason
Witness: Charles Ellsworth Nason
Census2 June 1880Lucinda Clarissa McCoy; Palmyra, Otoe, NE; Henry, 36; Lucinda, 34; William, age 12, bn IA; Charles E. age 10, bn IA; Harold, age 5, IA; Embert, age 3 IA; Vida L. age 10mo, NE - Palmyra Pct., E.D. 199, Sheet 2, Line 12 
Witness: Vida Leona Nason
Witness: William O. Nason
Witness: Charles Ellsworth Nason
Witness: Harold Ernest Nason
Witness: Bert Elwood Nason
Census1885Lucinda Clarissa McCoy; Clay, Grundy, IA; Henry Nason, age 40, farmer, b Holland, parents foreign born, subject to military duty, entitled to vote; Lucinda, age 39, keeping house, b OH, parents native born; next pg: William Nason, age 17, b Marion County; Charles, age 14, b Lucas County; Harold, age 10, b Lucas; Embert, age 7, b Lucas; Leona, age 5, b Nebraska; Zadie, age 3, b Grundy County; Ethel, age 1, b Grundy - SW 1/4 & SE 1/4 
Witness: Vida Leona Nason
Witness: Charles Ellsworth Nason
Witness: Zaida E. Nason
Witness: Ethel M. Nason
Witness: Harold Ernest Nason
Witness: Bert Elwood Nason
Witness: William O. Nason
Residence*Places of residence have included Pella IA, Lincoln NE, Trenton MO and Beaman IA, since Henry left the military service. 
Note*Lucinda Clarissa McCoy; Birth record for child born 15 Nov 1885 states this was 9th child. 
Note9 November 1892Henry was given a pension certificate dated 9 Nov 1892 and awarded $12 per month. (He'd had pneumonia in August 1864.) His name was dropped from the pension rolls, last payment dated 4 Jan 1895, due to his death. 
CauseDeathheart disease 
Death*25 February 1895Steamboat Rock, Hardin, IA 
Burial*February 1895Steamboat Rock Cemetery, Clay Twp, Hardin, IA; There is a memorial for veterans and Henry is noted as a U.S. Veteran. His headstone has Co. B 44 IA Inf. In July 2001 it appeared someone had been tending to the graves of Henry, Lucinda and Frank. 

Family

Lucinda Clarissa McCoy b. 22 Sep 1845, d. 18 Jun 1931
Children 1.William O. Nason b. 24 Apr 1868, d. 3 Sep 1955
 2.Charles Ellsworth Nason+ b. 1870, d. 27 May 1944
 3.Infant Nason
 4.Harold Ernest Nason+ b. 6 Aug 1874, d. 1963
 5.Bert Elwood Nason b. 6 Mar 1877, d. 20 Jun 1947
 6.Vida Leona Nason b. 23 Jul 1879, d. 7 Sep 1960
 7.Zaida E. Nason+ b. 7 Nov 1881, d. 27 Jan 1966
 8.Ethel M. Nason+ b. 6 Dec 1883, d. 20 Apr 1961
 9.Estelle Maude Nason+ b. 9 Nov 1885, d. 6 May 1952

Helen Elouise Peck

Father*James Sanford Peck Sr. b. 25 Dec 1847, d. 11 Apr 1917
Mother*Flora Augusta Streeter b. 26 Jan 1851, d. 17 Jan 1941
Note*Edward Oliver Nason; Diana Dunn's maternal grandparents. 
Birth*4 May 1889Undercliff, Pueblo, CO 
(Witness) Census4 June 1900James Sanford Peck Sr., Flora Augusta Streeter; Precinct 30, Pueblo, CO; Sanford J. Peck, age 54, married 18yrs, b Dec 1846 in IL, parents b IL, farmer; Flora A., wife, age 49, mar 18yrs, mother of 6, 5 living, b Jan 1851 NM, father b NY, mother b NM; James S., son, age 16, b Dec 1883 in CO, farmer; Flora E., dau, age 14, b Jan 1886 in CO, at school; Helen E., dau, age 11, b May 1889 in CO, at school; Sylvanus Wilcox, nephew, age 39, b Dec 1869 IL, parents b IL, farm laborer; George F. Streeter, brother-in-law, age 50, b June 1849 in NY, parents b NY, farm laborer 
Married NameNason 
Marriage*22 September 1910Edward Oliver Nason; Pueblo, Pueblo, CO 
Occupation*a beauty operator 
Census*12 January 1920Edward Oliver Nason; Pueblo, Pueblo, CO; Edward Nasson, age 32, b IA, parents b Holland, airman for railroad; next pg: Helen, wife, age 30, b CO, father b IL, mother b NM; Flora, dau, age 8, b CO; Jack, son, age 3 10/12, b CO; Raymon, son, age 1 10/12, b CO; Flora Peck, mother-in-law, widow, age 68, b NM, parents b NY 
Witness: Flora Beatrice Nason
Witness: Jack Albert Nason
Witness: Raymond Edward Nason
Anecdote*My grandma suffered terribly from motion sickness; that was the reason she always gave for not traveling unless absolutely necessary. She always said she wanted to go back to see Colorado, but never did because of this condition She lived with my parents the last 10 years of so of her life, and kept a picture of a blue Colorado columbine on the wall in her room -- framed in Pueblo, CO. I have it still. Diana Dunn 
Death*28 April 1964Union, Montgomery, OH 
Burial*Riverside Cemetery, West Milton, Miami, OH 

Family

Edward Oliver Nason b. 22 Sep 1887, d. 20 Mar 1923
Children 1.Flora Beatrice Nason+ b. 27 Sep 1911, d. 4 Aug 2014
 2.Jack Albert Nason+ b. 14 Mar 1916, d. 21 May 1999
 3.Raymond Edward Nason+ b. 17 Feb 1918, d. 17 Mar 2005

Flora Beatrice Nason

Father*Edward Oliver Nason b. 22 Sep 1887, d. 20 Mar 1923
Mother*Helen Elouise Peck b. 4 May 1889, d. 28 Apr 1964
Birth*27 September 1911Pueblo, Pueblo, CO 
(Witness) Census12 January 1920Edward Oliver Nason, Helen Elouise Peck; Pueblo, Pueblo, CO; Edward Nasson, age 32, b IA, parents b Holland, airman for railroad; next pg: Helen, wife, age 30, b CO, father b IL, mother b NM; Flora, dau, age 8, b CO; Jack, son, age 3 10/12, b CO; Raymon, son, age 1 10/12, b CO; Flora Peck, mother-in-law, widow, age 68, b NM, parents b NY 
Married Name25 December 1929Dunn 
Marriage*25 December 1929Joseph Lawrence Dunn; Newark, Licking, OH 
Census*2 April 1930Joseph Lawrence Dunn; Ward 6, Dayton, Montgomery, OH; Joseph L. Dunn, age 19, married at 19, b VA, parents b VA, electrician - refrigeration; Flora B., wife, age 18, mar at 18, b OH, parents b OH - renting at 1445 W. Third, Apt 18 
Census2 April 1940Joseph Lawrence Dunn; Ward 6, Dayton, Montgomery, OH; Joseph Dunn, age 29, b VA, 8yrs school, resided in same place in 1935, electrician at cash register manufacturer; Flora, wife, age 28, b OH, 2yrs h.s.; Diana, dau, age 2, b OH - renting at 712 Geneva 
Witness: Diana Rae Dunn
Residence*2001Tucson, AZ 
Anecdote*March 2002"Cousins, I returned a couple of days ago from a western trip which included a week in Tucson with mother. I thought you might like an update about your 90-year-old cousin/aunt.

Basically, she's as feisty as ever! And she is absolutely committed to spending the rest of her life in Tucson, at the retirement community where she has lived since May 1995. No amount of encouragement from me will change her mind, and bring her to Pennsylvania.

She continues to enjoy weekly Scrabble sessions with friends at her apartment, and to be a substitute for several bridge groups. Mobility-wise, she has slowed considerably in the past year, due primarily to the effects of her long-bad left knee. She walks with a decided limp, favoring it, which has apparently led to something resembling "shin splints" in that leg. The doctor prescribes ice (which she will not do) and rest (she could hardly rest more than she does). Her other complaint is a sore wrist, diagnosed as carpel tunnel syndrome (as she does none of the usual causal activities, this is attributed to "age"). Doctor recommends a night splint, which she will not use. Her hearing seems not to have diminished since my last visit, but is impaired.

She has become the "pet" of other residents, and more importantly, the staff at the retirement community where she lives. She is watched over and tended to in both subtle and obvious ways. The maintenance staff checks each morning to be sure she's gathered her newspaper from the porch. The van driver carries her small bag of groceries from the van into her house. The manager (who gave mother her cat, Foxy) is clearly extremely attentive, as are other staff.

She continues to enjoy cards, phone calls, and visits." 
ResidenceMay 2005Outlook Pointe, State College, PA 
Anecdote27 September 2011"Mother enjoyed a wonderful 100th birthday celebration at Elmcroft of State College, her home for the past six and a half years. The party featured the Nittany Knights barbershop quartet and representatives from offices of the US Congress and the Pennsylvania House and Senate. Elmcroft staff and residents helped devour great quantities of food provided by Wal-Mart and Subway. She had a fine time and sang along with the barber shoppers, a piano player, and others who warbled many old familiar tunes and, of course, Happy Birthday (innumerable times). The CBS local affiliate recorded the event, and a recap was featured on the 6:00 pm local news that evening." 
Death*4 August 2014Bellefonte, Centre, PA; Bea was cremated and Diana has her ashes. 
Burial*October 2017ashes were interred at Mountainview Cemetery, Pueblo, Pueblo, CO 

Family

Joseph Lawrence Dunn b. 1 Aug 1910, d. 10 Nov 1988
Child 1.Diana Rae Dunn

Joseph Lawrence Dunn

Father*Joseph Barnum Dunn b. 19 Oct 1870, d. 19 Oct 1930
Mother*Harriet Elizabeth Jane Wilson b. 17 Aug 1873, d. 3 Aug 1932
Birth*1 August 1910Damascus, Washington, VA 
Marriage*25 December 1929Flora Beatrice Nason; Newark, Licking, OH 
Census*2 April 1930Flora Beatrice Nason; Ward 6, Dayton, Montgomery, OH; Joseph L. Dunn, age 19, married at 19, b VA, parents b VA, electrician - refrigeration; Flora B., wife, age 18, mar at 18, b OH, parents b OH - renting at 1445 W. Third, Apt 18 
Census2 April 1940Flora Beatrice Nason; Ward 6, Dayton, Montgomery, OH; Joseph Dunn, age 29, b VA, 8yrs school, resided in same place in 1935, electrician at cash register manufacturer; Flora, wife, age 28, b OH, 2yrs h.s.; Diana, dau, age 2, b OH - renting at 712 Geneva 
Witness: Diana Rae Dunn
Employment*National Cash Register Co as an electrician in Dayton OH 
Death*10 November 1988Stafford, Graham, AZ 
Burial*"Mother and I scattered his ashes on May 28, 2003 in Wet Creek Canyon in Graham County, AZ. The stream was cool and lovely, and was about half-way up Mt. Graham, one of his favorite areas, amid gorgeous yellow columbine and red salvia. " Diana Dunn 

Family

Flora Beatrice Nason b. 27 Sep 1911, d. 4 Aug 2014
Child 1.Diana Rae Dunn

Diana Rae Dunn

Father*Joseph Lawrence Dunn b. 1 Aug 1910, d. 10 Nov 1988
Mother*Flora Beatrice Nason b. 27 Sep 1911, d. 4 Aug 2014
(Witness) Census2 April 1940Joseph Lawrence Dunn, Flora Beatrice Nason; Ward 6, Dayton, Montgomery, OH; Joseph Dunn, age 29, b VA, 8yrs school, resided in same place in 1935, electrician at cash register manufacturer; Flora, wife, age 28, b OH, 2yrs h.s.; Diana, dau, age 2, b OH - renting at 712 Geneva 

Cora Nason

Father*Jannes/George Nason b. 1 Oct 1840, d. 26 Aug 1887
Mother*Annie Vanderberg b. 21 Sep 1855, d. 8 May 1898
Birth*18 April 1881Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo, MI 
(Witness) Residence1895Annie Vanderberg; 828 Boerman's Alley, Kalamazoo, MI 
(Witness) AnecdoteHelen Elizabeth Frielink; from a Kalamazoo news clipping, probably c. 1900 based on Grace Nason being in her late teens: "The following young ladies comprised a hayrack party Wednesday evening and went to the home of Miss Flora Moore of Galesburg, where they were entertained by Miss Helen Frielink, in honor of Miss Grace Nason of Pueblo, Colo. The Misses Mary Bromley of Peoria, ILL., Jessie Crane, Jeanie Campbell, Lizzie Egan, Helen Frielink, Mazie Griffing, Mary Howe, Cora Kalleward, Hattie Lotz, Victoria Mayer, Grace Nason, Cora Nason, Marie Remynse, Loula Rychel, Florence Stein, Anna Van Dyke, and Cora Vanderberg. Ice cream and cake were served and a pleasant evening was spent by all." 
(Witness) AnecdoteGrace Ethel Nason; from a Kalamazoo news clipping, probably late 1890's based on Grace Nason being in her teens then: "In honor of Miss Grace Nason of Pueblo, Colorado, a company of relatives met at Lake View Wednesday afternoon and evening. There were about forty present, inclucing the families of Jacob Van de Berg, G. Frielink, Jacob Rychel, John Rychel, W. H. Frielink, Charles Lewis, John Frielink, Ralph Vissier, Wm. Stewart, A. Van de Berg, Mrs. Minnie Pfeiffer, Cora and Abe Nason. Arrangements were made for holding a Nason reunion every year." 
Married Name29 April 1902Nouggle 
Marriage*29 April 1902James Nouggle; Second Reformed Church, Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo, MI; Pastor E.J. Blehkurt officiated with witnesses Sadie Van Haaften and Abram Nason, both of Kalamazoo 
Witness: Abraham Nason
Witness: Sadie Van Haaften
Census8 January 1920James Nouggle; Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo, MI; Jim Nougle, age 39, b MI, parents b U.S., machinist at carriage factory; Cora, wife, age 38, b MI, father b U.S., mother b Holland; Irene, dau, age 16, b MI 
Witness: Irene Winifred Nouggle
Census*7 April 1930James Nouggle; Kalamazoo Twp., Kalamazoo, MI; James, age 49, married at 22, b MI, father b U.S., mother b NY, machinist at a factory ; Cora, wife, age 48, married at 21, father b Iowa, mother b Holland 
Census23 April 1940James Nouggle; Ward 5, Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo, MI; James Nouggle, age 59, 8yrs school, b MI, worker at machine shop; Cora, wife, age 59, 8yrs school, b MI - own home at 1022 Garden St., value $3500 
Note*Cora was survived by daughter, Mrs. Irene Ferguson; grandson, George Ferguson Jr.; greatgrandchildren Patsy Lee and James Guy Ferguson; several nieces and nephews. 
Death*18 July 1953Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo, MI 
Burial*21 July 1953Riverside Cemetery, Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo, MI 

Family

James Nouggle b. 10 Jun 1880, d. 12 Jun 1944
Child 1.Irene Winifred Nouggle+ b. 24 Mar 1903, d. 16 Mar 1983

James Nouggle

Father*Ludwell Nouggle b. 17 Feb 1845, d. 23 Jul 1907
Mother*Jennie G. Graves b. 24 Oct 1849, d. 16 Dec 1923
Birth*10 June 1880Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo, MI 
(Witness) Census16 June 1880Ludwell Nouggle, Jennie G. Graves; Kalamazoo Twp., Kalamazoo, MI; Ludwill Nogle, age 37, laborer, b IN, parents b IN; Jennie, wife, age 34, keeping house, b NY, parents b NH; Luella / Lizzie, dau, age 11; Lavina, dau, age 8; William, son, age 13; Arthur, son, age 3; son, age 1/12, b May 1880 - children b MI; Luther Graves, father-in-law, age 80, b NH, parents b MA; Lorena, mother-in-law, age 74, b NY, parents b MA 
(Witness) Census1 June 1900Ludwell Nouggle, Jennie G. Graves; Ward 5, Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo, MI; Ludwell Ruoggles, age 62, b Feb 1838 in Canada, parents b Canada, married 41yrs, laborer ; Jane G. , wife, age 60, b Oct 1839 in NY, parents b NY, mar 41yrs, mother of 8, 6 living; Lizzie, dau, age 36, b June 1864 in MI, widow, dress maker; Jimmie, son, age 20, b Oct 1879 in MI; Bessie, dau, age 18, b Feb 1882 in MI; Walter, son, age 16, b Nov 1886 in MI - much misinformation written for this family (there is an Arthur Ruoggles enumerated right after, age 33, b Apr 1867 in Canada) 
Marriage*29 April 1902Cora Nason; Second Reformed Church, Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo, MI; Pastor E.J. Blehkurt officiated with witnesses Sadie Van Haaften and Abram Nason, both of Kalamazoo 
Witness: Abraham Nason
Witness: Sadie Van Haaften
(Witness) Death16 October 1911Arthur Nouggle; Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo, MI 
(Witness) Death3 May 1913Louise Nouggle; Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo, MI; surname at death was Carpenter 
Census8 January 1920Cora Nason; Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo, MI; Jim Nougle, age 39, b MI, parents b U.S., machinist at carriage factory; Cora, wife, age 38, b MI, father b U.S., mother b Holland; Irene, dau, age 16, b MI 
Witness: Irene Winifred Nouggle
(Witness) Death16 December 1923Jennie G. Graves; Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo, MI 
Census*7 April 1930Cora Nason; Kalamazoo Twp., Kalamazoo, MI; James, age 49, married at 22, b MI, father b U.S., mother b NY, machinist at a factory ; Cora, wife, age 48, married at 21, father b Iowa, mother b Holland 
Employment*Lull Carriage Co, later at Dunkley Co as a machinist 
Attributes*He was short and stout with brown eyes and black hair in 1918. 
Census23 April 1940Cora Nason; Ward 5, Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo, MI; James Nouggle, age 59, 8yrs school, b MI, worker at machine shop; Cora, wife, age 59, 8yrs school, b MI - own home at 1022 Garden St., value $3500 
Death*12 June 1944Borgess Hospital, Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo, MI 
Note*He was survived by his wife, Cora Mason; daughter, Mrs. George Ferguson of Long Lake; two sisters: Mrs. Besse Schnee of Akron OH and Mrs. Elizabeth Woodruff of Kalamazoo; brother, Walter of Kalamazoo; one grandson; several nieces and nephews. 
Burial*15 June 1944Riverside Cemetery, Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo, MI 

Family

Cora Nason b. 18 Apr 1881, d. 18 Jul 1953
Child 1.Irene Winifred Nouggle+ b. 24 Mar 1903, d. 16 Mar 1983

Henry Nason

Father*Jannes/George Nason b. 1 Oct 1840, d. 26 Aug 1887
Mother*Annie Vanderberg b. 21 Sep 1855, d. 8 May 1898
Birth*14 October 1883Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo, MI 

Evelyn May Nason

Father*John Ralph Nason b. 11 Apr 1871, d. 30 Nov 1944
Mother*Elizabeth Aurora Sandy b. 12 Apr 1874, d. 6 Jan 1944
Birth*4 November 1893Pueblo, Pueblo, CO 
(Witness) Census2 June 1900John Ralph Nason, Elizabeth Aurora Sandy; Ward 2, Pueblo, Pueblo, CO; John Nason, age 29, b Apr 1871 in MI, parents b Holland, married 9yrs, day laborer; Lizzie, wife, age 26, b March 1874 in IL, parents b IN, mar 9yrs, mother of 4, 4 living; Katie, dau, age 7, b June 1892; Eva, dau, age 7, b Nov 1893; Minnie, dau, age 5, b April 1895; Edgar, son, age 7/12, b Oct 1899 - all children b CO - reside 316 Seminary St. 
Married Name19 February 1910Nuesmeyer 
Marriage*19 February 1910Frederick William Nuesmeyer; Salt Lake City, Salt Lake City, UT 
Census*21 April 1950Frederick William Nuesmeyer; Garfield, Salt Lake, UT; Fred W. Nuesmeyer, age 63, b OH, truck driver for mining plant; Evelyn, wife, age 56, b CO; Forest W., son, age 21, b UT, works in utility yard for copper mlling plant; Frederick W., son, age 18, b UT; Jack S. Hoover, son-in-law, age 42, b OH, switchman for railroad; Ruth Hoover, daughter, age 36, b UT; Evelyn, gr-dau, age 12, b UT; Frederick R., gr-son, age 10, b UT; Foster T., gr-son, age 8, b UT; Marguerite, gr-dau, age 8, b UT; Wilber Nuesmeyer, son, age 24, b UT, utility screenman for copper milling plant - reside at 88 (street name not written) 
Witness: Jack Samuel Hoover
Witness: Foster Thomas Hoover
Witness: Frederick Ray Hoover
Witness: Margurite Elizabeth Hoover
Witness: Foster Wayne Nuesmeyer
Witness: Forrest Warren Nuesmeyer
Witness: Ford Wilbur Nuesmeyer
Witness: Rhondonda Ruth Nuesmeyer
Witness: Evelyn Agnes Hoover
(Witness) Death16 October 1959Frederick William Nuesmeyer; Magna, Salt Lake, UT 
Death*14 December 1979Magna, Salt Lake, UT 
Burial*Valley View Memorial Park, West Valley City, Salt Lake, UT 

Family

Frederick William Nuesmeyer b. 23 Jul 1886, d. 16 Oct 1959
Children 1.Rhondonda Ruth Nuesmeyer+ b. 7 Jun 1913, d. 17 Jan 1989
 2.Freda Jewell Nuesmeyer+ b. 4 Jul 1915, d. 28 Aug 1972
 3.Foster Wayne Nuesmeyer+ b. 13 Dec 1916, d. 25 Sep 2001
 4.Neva Lois Nuesmeyer+ b. 14 Feb 1919, d. 11 Oct 1951
 5.Farrell Wilford Nuesmeyer b. 20 Oct 1920, d. 1 May 1988
 6.Elizabeth Beryl Nuesmeyer+ b. 7 Apr 1923, d. 23 Jan 1988
 7.Ford Wilbur Nuesmeyer+ b. 17 Jun 1925, d. 6 Dec 1957
 8.Forrest Warren Nuesmeyer+ b. 18 Sep 1928, d. 5 Apr 1995
 9.Frederick William Nuesmeyer b. 2 Apr 1932, d. 15 May 1995

Mabel Ellen Nason

Father*John Ralph Nason b. 11 Apr 1871, d. 30 Nov 1944
Mother*Elizabeth Aurora Sandy b. 12 Apr 1874, d. 6 Jan 1944
Birth*9 April 1895Pueblo, Pueble, CO 
(Witness) Census2 June 1900John Ralph Nason, Elizabeth Aurora Sandy; Ward 2, Pueblo, Pueblo, CO; John Nason, age 29, b Apr 1871 in MI, parents b Holland, married 9yrs, day laborer; Lizzie, wife, age 26, b March 1874 in IL, parents b IN, mar 9yrs, mother of 4, 4 living; Katie, dau, age 7, b June 1892; Eva, dau, age 7, b Nov 1893; Minnie, dau, age 5, b April 1895; Edgar, son, age 7/12, b Oct 1899 - all children b CO - reside 316 Seminary St. 
(Witness) Census16 April 1910John Ralph Nason, Johanna Katrina M. Elizabeth Van Der Tak; Garfield, Salt Lake, UT; John Nason, age 39, married 20yrs, b MI, parents b Holland, repair man at copper mill; Lizzy, wife, age 36, mar 20yrs, mother of 8, 6 living, b IL, parents b IN; Minnie, dau, age 15; Ervin, son, age 7; Belle, dau, age 4; George, son, age 2, b UT - other children b CO 
Married NameJones 
Marriage*25 December 1913Parry Andrew Jones; Evanston, Uinta, WY 
Census*2 January 1920Parry Andrew Jones; Bingham, Salt Lake, UT; Andrew Jones, age 30, b UT, parents b U.S., engineer for railroad; Mabel Ellen, wife, age 24, b CO, father b OH, mother b IL; Ned La Blane, son, age 5; Ruby Dona, dau, age 3; Virginia La Priel, dau, age 1 3/12 - children b UT - renting at 76 Carr Fork 
Witness: Ruby Donna Jones
Witness: Virginia Lapreal Jones
Witness: Ned LaBlain Jones
Census8 April 1930Parry Andrew Jones; Precinct 10, Copperfield, Salt Lake, UT; Andrew Jones, age 40, married at 25, b UT, parents b U.S., locomotive engineer at copper mine; Mabel, wife, age 35, mar at 18, b CO, father b MI, mother b IL; Ruby, dau, age 13, b UT; Virginia, dau, age 11, b UT - renting at 6388 Copperfield - family of Joseph & Bell Sommer right after 
Witness: Virginia Lapreal Jones
Witness: Ruby Donna Jones
Death*28 December 1983UT; resided in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, UT 
Burial*Valley View Memorial Park, West Valley City, Salt Lake, UT 

Family

Parry Andrew Jones b. 18 Jan 1888, d. 3 Dec 1967
Children 1.Ned LaBlain Jones b. 29 Mar 1914, d. 15 Aug 1994
 2.Ruby Donna Jones b. 16 Jul 1916, d. 30 Nov 1993
 3.Virginia Lapreal Jones b. 10 Sep 1918, d. 12 Mar 1997

Edgar F. Nason

Father*John Ralph Nason b. 11 Apr 1871, d. 30 Nov 1944
Mother*Elizabeth Aurora Sandy b. 12 Apr 1874, d. 6 Jan 1944
Birth*25 October 1899Pueblo, Pueblo, CO 
(Witness) Census2 June 1900John Ralph Nason, Elizabeth Aurora Sandy; Ward 2, Pueblo, Pueblo, CO; John Nason, age 29, b Apr 1871 in MI, parents b Holland, married 9yrs, day laborer; Lizzie, wife, age 26, b March 1874 in IL, parents b IN, mar 9yrs, mother of 4, 4 living; Katie, dau, age 7, b June 1892; Eva, dau, age 7, b Nov 1893; Minnie, dau, age 5, b April 1895; Edgar, son, age 7/12, b Oct 1899 - all children b CO - reside 316 Seminary St. 
CauseDeathtyphoid fever 
Death*4 July 1904Salida, Chafee, CO; his family came from Pueblo three months prior to his death 
Burial*Fairview Cemetery, Salida, CO 

Belle Nason

Father*John Ralph Nason b. 11 Apr 1871, d. 30 Nov 1944
Mother*Elizabeth Aurora Sandy b. 12 Apr 1874, d. 6 Jan 1944
Birth*1 August 1905CO 
(Witness) Census16 April 1910John Ralph Nason, Johanna Katrina M. Elizabeth Van Der Tak; Garfield, Salt Lake, UT; John Nason, age 39, married 20yrs, b MI, parents b Holland, repair man at copper mill; Lizzy, wife, age 36, mar 20yrs, mother of 8, 6 living, b IL, parents b IN; Minnie, dau, age 15; Ervin, son, age 7; Belle, dau, age 4; George, son, age 2, b UT - other children b CO 
(Witness) CensusJanuary 1920John Ralph Nason, Elizabeth Aurora Sandy; Salt Lake, Salt Lake, UT; In residence of Cornelius Cedstrom and his wife were many lodgers, among them: John Nason, age 48, b MI, parents b Holland, laborer at ____ House; Lizzie, age 45, b IL, parents b Indiana; Belle, age 14, b CO; George, age 12, b UT; Dorothy, age 8, b UT; Frank, age 6, b UT; Roy, age 3, b UT 
Married NameSommer 
Marriage*26 July 1926Joseph William Sommer; Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, UT 
Census*8 April 1930Joseph William Sommer; Precinct 10, Copperfield, Salt Lake, UT; Joseph Sommer, age 30, married at 25, b UT, parents b Germany, machinist at construction co; Belle, wife, age 25, mar at 20, b CO, father b MI, mother b IL; Faye, dau, age 5, b UT; Junior, son, age 2 3/12, b UT; Duane, son, age ?/12, b UT - reside on Copperfield - family of Andrew & Mabel Jones right before 
Witness: Joseph William Sommers Jr.
Witness: Don Leon Sommer
Witness: Faye Sommer
(Witness) Death27 June 1946Anna Aguste Emilie Wunderlick; Salt Lake County Infirmary, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, UT 
Census9 May 1950Joseph William Sommer; Salt Lake County, UT; Joseph W. Sommer, age 50, b UT, painter - retail construction; Belle, wife, age 44, b CO; Ted, son, age 17, b UT, truck driver for lumber yard; Neldon R., son, age 16, b UT; Merla D., dau, age 14, b UT; George S., son, age 12, b UT; Wesley S., son, b Jan 1950 in UT - reside 647 W. 33rd St South 
Witness: Merla Sommer
Witness: Neldon "Ned" R. Sommers
Witness: Wesley Scott Sommer
Witness: George Sommer
Death*16 November 1987Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, UT 
Burial*Larkin Sunset Gardens Cemetery, Sandy, Salt Lake, UT 

Family

Joseph William Sommer b. 10 Mar 1900, d. 13 Nov 1969
Children 1.Faye Sommer b. 17 Jul 1924, d. 14 Nov 2009
 2.Joseph William Sommers Jr.+ b. 26 Jan 1928, d. 29 Mar 2014
 3.Don Leon Sommer b. 11 Jul 1929, d. 30 Jun 1966
 4.Geraldine Sommer b. 23 Feb 1931, d. Oct 2016
 5.Teddy "Ted" Sommer b. 8 Oct 1933, d. 20 Dec 2016
 6.Neldon "Ned" R. Sommers b. 19 Feb 1934, d. 6 Sep 2020
 7.Merla Sommer
 8.George Sommer b. 31 Aug 1937, d. 23 Nov 1970
 9.Wesley Scott Sommer

Dorothy Nina Nason

Father*John Ralph Nason b. 11 Apr 1871, d. 30 Nov 1944
Mother*Elizabeth Aurora Sandy b. 12 Apr 1874, d. 6 Jan 1944
Birth*24 June 1911Garfield, Salt Lake, UT 
(Witness) CensusJanuary 1920John Ralph Nason, Elizabeth Aurora Sandy; Salt Lake, Salt Lake, UT; In residence of Cornelius Cedstrom and his wife were many lodgers, among them: John Nason, age 48, b MI, parents b Holland, laborer at ____ House; Lizzie, age 45, b IL, parents b Indiana; Belle, age 14, b CO; George, age 12, b UT; Dorothy, age 8, b UT; Frank, age 6, b UT; Roy, age 3, b UT 
Married NameAllen 
Marriage*3 July 1928Edward "Jack" Monroe Allen; Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, UT 
Census*16 April 1930Edward "Jack" Monroe Allen; Ward 14, Charleston, Kanawha, WV; Edward E. Allen, age 34, married at 26, b KY, father b KY, mother b WV, purchasing agent for engineering co; Dorothy, wife, age 29, mar at 18, b WV, father b PA, mother b WV; Dorothy, dau, age 9, b WV; Edward E., son, age 6, b WV; Jane Osborne, cousin, age 23, single, b WV, father b WV, mother b VA, stenographer for Red Cross - own home at 2448 Washington St, value $7500, own radio 
Witness: Dorothy Nina Allen
Witness: Edward Eugene Allen
Census*8 April 1940Ward 5, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, UT; Dorothy Allen 28, 8yrs school, listed as married, no occ; Edward, son, age 13, 5yrs school; Dorothy, dau, age 10, 3yrs school; Ray, son, age 7 - all b UT - lived in same place in 1935 - renting at 461 Juniper Ct 
Witness: Edward Eugene Allen
Witness: Dorothy Nina Allen
Witness: Ray Ernest Allen
Divorce* 
Death*10 May 1984Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, UT 

Family 1

Edward "Jack" Monroe Allen b. 17 May 1894, d. 23 May 1959
Children 1.Edward Eugene Allen b. 11 Dec 1926, d. 7 Feb 1974
 2.Dorothy Nina Allen+ b. 13 Aug 1929, d. 6 Sep 2012
 3.Ray Ernest Allen+ b. 18 Sep 1932, d. 21 Dec 1992

Jack Frank Nason

Father*John Ralph Nason b. 11 Apr 1871, d. 30 Nov 1944
Mother*Elizabeth Aurora Sandy b. 12 Apr 1874, d. 6 Jan 1944
Birth*29 September 1913Garfield, Salt Lake, UT 
(Witness) CensusJanuary 1920John Ralph Nason, Elizabeth Aurora Sandy; Salt Lake, Salt Lake, UT; In residence of Cornelius Cedstrom and his wife were many lodgers, among them: John Nason, age 48, b MI, parents b Holland, laborer at ____ House; Lizzie, age 45, b IL, parents b Indiana; Belle, age 14, b CO; George, age 12, b UT; Dorothy, age 8, b UT; Frank, age 6, b UT; Roy, age 3, b UT 
Marriage*22 February 1946Annie Elizabeth McComb 
Census*11 April 1950Annie Elizabeth McComb; Salt Lake, Salt Lake, UT; Jack Nason, age 32; Ann E., wife, age 29; Carol, dau, age 7; Jackolyn, dau, age 5 - no birth state given - ages are not correct 
Witness: Carol Nason
Witness: Jacqueline Nason
Employment*Orange Transportation in Salt Lake City UT as a truck driver 
Residence*Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, UT 
CauseDeathhad oat cell lung cancer, with mets to bones 
Death*12 May 1987Falls Church, Fairfax, VA; resided in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, UT 
Witness: Jacqueline Nason
Burial*Redwood Memorial Estates Cemetery, West Jordan, Salt Lake, UT 

Family

Annie Elizabeth McComb b. 28 Mar 1909, d. 28 Aug 1976
Children 1.Carol Nason b. 10 Dec 1936, d. 21 Nov 2013
 2.Jacqueline Nason