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From: http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/wy/bighorn/cemeteries/brlngton.txt
PREATOR, (Baby Boy) Block 46?Lot 2? Birth: Between 1903-1906 Father: Rodney Preator Mother : Amanda Hibbert 
PREATOR (I2259)
 
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Social Security Number: 519-32-1414

The state listed in the birth locality field
is where the Social Security Number was issued.

The zip code listed in the death locality field
is the last place of residence.

Death Residence Localities
ZIP Code: 83420
Ashton, Fremont, Idaho
Drummond, Fremont, Idaho
Lamont, Fremont, Idaho
Marysville, Fremont, Idaho
Warm River, Fremont, Idaho

ID Number: 275411, Grooms First Name: John Nield, Grooms Last Name: HIBBERT, Brides First Name: Eva, Brides Last Name: CRUSER, County of Record: Fremont Co., Idaho, Place of Marriage: Ashton, Date of Marriage: 17 May 1947, Volume 4 Page 609

Not sure if this record is for him or for his father 
HIBBERT, John Nield Jr. (I2603)
 
3
Friday, April 12, 1996 Obituary
Edition: Metro Page: B4
DEATH: GEORGE[0] ROBERT HALES[0] George[0] Robert Hales[0] returned to our Heavenly Father on April 10, 1996. He was born on October 5, 1905 in Riverside, Utah, the eldest son of George[0] Robert and Kate Kennard Hales[0]. He married Jean Booth in the Logan LDS Temple on January 23, 1924. Jean died on February 13, 1989. He married Cora L. Nielson, January 27, 1990.Mr. Hales[0] spent his adult working years as a dedicated employee of Utah-Idaho Sugar Company serving in various locations including Belle Fourche, South Dakota; Toppenish and Moses Lake, Wash.; Idaho Falls, Idaho; and Garland, Utah, completing his service as asst. general supervisor of the company. He was active member of the LDS Church and had served as a sealer in the London Temple while on a mission with his wife, Jean. They also served as ordinance workers in the Ogden and Logan LDS Temples. Mr. Hales[0] is survived by his wife of Logan, four children, Shirley (Alten) Davis, St. George[0]; G. Robert (Virginia) Hales[0], Bellevue, Wash.; Bette (William) Perrault, San Jose, Calif.; Max D. (Marie) Hales[0], Logan; 10 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren. Also surviving are two brother, Henry A. (Ester) Hales[0], West Jordan; Stephen A. (Glenna) Hales[0], Tremonton. He was preceded in death by two brothers, two sisters and one grandson. Funeral services will be held Monday, April 15, 1996, 12 noon at the Garland Tabernacle, 140 W. Factory, with Bishop William L. Rose, officiating. Friends may call Sunday 6-8 p.m. and Monday from 10:15-11:30 a.m. at Rogers and Taylor Funeral Home, 111 No. 100 East, Tremonton. Interment in the Riverside Cemetery. N 4/12 T 4/13 Words: 264 Section: News Column: Illustration: Photograph of George[0] Robert Hales[0]


From SSDI
Name: GEORGE R HALES SSN: 503-03-9512 Last Residence: 84321 Logan, Cache, UT Born: 5 Oct 1905 Last Benefit: Died: Apr 1996 State (Year) SSN issued: SD (Before 1951 ) 
HALES, George Robert Jr (I2757)
 
4 the Western states marriage index has a marriage record for these individuals for 26 Jun 1889 in Logan, Cache, Utah. It says the brides residence is Paris, Idaho and the grooms Paris, Idaho. This must be a temple marriage date Family F12464565
 
5 ! BIRTH- TIB

! MAR- TIB

! DEATH- TIB

! BAPT.-TIB

! END-TIB FILM #183,406 EH.

! SEALED TO WIFE- FILM #184,593 SL.

! LISTED IN 1900 US CENSUS FILM #1,249,020.

!ARIVED IN SALT LAKE CITY 13 SEP 1861 WITH JOSEPH HORN OX TEAM 
GRAMES, Charles William (I0185)
 
6 !AGE 22 IN 1763 ROBERTS, Catherine (I35473236)
 
7 !NAME MAY BE HOLLIDAY HOLYDAY, Elizabeth (I35473227)
 
8 (apparently in error) SCOTT, Lucy (I35480832)
 
9 (as her first child is born 31 Jan 1789 so she could have been born as late as 1773, however the 1810 census says she was at least 45 then, making her born before 1766. There is record of her siblings born in 1759, 1763, 1767 and 1769 and although she could have been born in 1761 or 1765, it is unlikely her birth would not have been recorded during this time period. Since her parents were married in late 1754, a child is likely to have been born in 1757 which is when I suspect Mary was born. Her husband Peter is thought to have been born about 1757. Although this would have made her 32 when she began having children, her last and only her fourth child was born in 1800 when she would have been 43. She didn't die until at least 1814 when her husband wrote his will. It is nevertheless possible that she was born in 1761, 1765 or even 1771-1773) HOLLOPETER, Mary (I35480303)
 
10 (as she signed her will) STICKEL, Barbara (I35480737)
 
11 (English speaking) LYNDE (I35481103)
 
12 (her nephews and nieces knew her as Aunt Didit) BOWMAN, Mildred Elizabeth (I35480696)
 
13 (in error) STICKLE, Richard C. (I35480480)
 
14 (in error) WILSON, James J. (I35480748)
 
15 (in error) STICKEL, Annabelle (I35480885)
 
16 (in error) THEIN, Catherine (I35481239)
 
17 (in error) EVERINGHAM, Robert Seymour (I35481692)
 
18 (in his father's will, 'Stickler' being the name consistently used for the family therein)

According to family tradition, "He was the youngest son, and came to America with 2 brothers." It appears to me that he was born after the family's immigration in 1752. 
STICKEL, Peter (I35480734)
 
19 (in his will where the family is consistently referred to as 'Stickler', except for the signature at the end)

(in the signature at the end of the recorded copy of his will. It is written in gothic script as if it were posthumously signed by the decedant. Apparently the county considered it important to replicate the testators signatures)

(his signature to the Oath of Abjuration on his arrival in Philadelphia) 
STICKEL, Jacob (I35480742)
 
20 (name looks like Caaok) DAVIS, Charles Richard (I35480419)
 
21 (probably a misinterpretation of 'Newell') TAYLOR, Harriet Newell (I35480355)
 
22 (see A:59) Family F16832322
 
23 (see B:12, Lic. 180) Family F16832323
 
24 (when he is described as female) MORRISON, Walter Ernest (I35481248)
 
25 (when she was described as male) STICKEL, Josephine (I35480427)
 
26 1920 Census has father's birthplace as Wisconsin, Mother's as Maine? These are his wifes parents birthplaces see 1930 census. HIBBERT, Thomas Nield (I2552)
 
27 1920 Census shows Ada Vickers living with Charles and Suzanna Shelby, assumed to be her parents. Family F241
 
28 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. WEBSTER, Lois (I2060)
 
29 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. VIRGIN, Lehi (I3856)
 
30 1930 Census in Pratt, Pratt, KS lists occupation as Carpenter[HenryEWING.FTW]

1930 Census in Pratt, Pratt, KS lists occupation as Carpenter
OBJE: so shows Samuel J. Logan family 
HOLLOPETER, Carl (I35477578)
 
31 200 acres-26 cattle-tax L384.0.0 HOLLOPETER, Matthias Sr. (I35477603)
 
32 200 acres-5 horses, 30 cattle-tax L326.2.6 HOLLOPETER, Matthias Sr. (I35477603)
 
33 230 acres, household 8-no servants or colored people [I haven't yet been able to determine who exactly all these 8 people were] HOLLOPETER, Matthias Sr. (I35477603)
 
34 232 acres, 10 cattle, 4 horses-tax L17.0.0 HOLLOPETER, Matthias Sr. (I35477603)
 
35 A cat scratched her arm, it became infected and had to be amputated.

She lived in Omaha during the time of the big tornado of 1913. 
SCHMIDT, Nancy E. (I35480267)
 
36 A descendant of ship builders in Bremmerhaven, Germany REISCHMUELLER, Bertha (I35480674)
 
37 a Harry E Sutton is living next door during 1920 Census. Likely related

From Daughters of Utah Pioneers Obituary Scrapbook:

Funeral services for Mark H. Sutton, Sr., 74, who died from injuries received in an automobile accident July 25, will be held in the Twenty-fifth Ward Chapel at 1:30 p.m., Sunday. Mr. Sutton was born in West Weber, Utah, Feb. 23, 1863. He was the son of John Allen and Margaret Shepherd Sutton. In 1869. he moved to Paris, Ida., with his family, where they pioneered settlement. He married Marian Hibbert in 1887. An active Church worker throughout most of his life, Mr. Sutton filled a mission to England from 1908 to 1910. He moved to Salt Lake with his family in 1922. The golden wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Sutton would have been celebrated next month. Surviving are his wife; four sons, Mark, Ralph and Russell, of Salt Lake, and Harold Sutton, of Oakland, Calif.; two daughters, Gertrude and LaRille, of Salt Lake; three brothers, H. Edward Sutton, of Magna; Dr. D. J. Sutton of Logan, and Dr. R. H. Sutton. of Pocatello. Ida.; two sisters, Mrs. O. H. Budge, of LoJan and Mrs. Forrest Fackrell. of Preston, Ida.

8-13-37 Fri 
SUTTON, Mark Henry (I2449)
 
38 A man named Nathaniel Case served on the Pennsylvania line in the Ameri can Revolution. It is believed to be Samuel's father but no direct link has been established to date.[woodvickers.ged]

A man named Nathaniel Case served on the Pennsylvania line in the
American Revolution. It is believed to be Samuel's father but no direct
link has been established to date. 
CASE, Nathaniel Butler (I0013)
 
39 About 2 years before the Stickel family notes were written. STICKEL, Anna (I35480436)
 
40 According to the 1880 census Sarah J. Watson was living with the Worthing family and was Mary's sister. It is likely this is the same Sarah J. who later became Sumner's second wife. Sumner's occupation is listed as Farmer. WORTHING, Sumner Augutus (I1010)
 
41 According to the 1900 Crawford Co., KS Census there were 7 children but only four living. We are unsure about information on the other three. Also, Richard was not on the census so we know his birth occured after the census. The family was listed as living on a rented farm and Nathaniel and Barbara had been married for 17years. Occupation listing was farmer.

Also listed on the census was the family of Samuel H. Carbaugh and Sina Ann Wood with four of their children. His occupation was also listed as farmer.

There appears to be a strong connection with the Carbaugh and Wood family dating back to Illinois and perhaps even earlier. 
WOOD, Nathaniel Joseph (I0044)
 
42 According to the Marriage records of Nelson Co., KY Moses married Mary Carr on 8 Nov 1787 with Samuel Case standing surety for them. Mary Carr was listed as being a widow at the time.[woodvickers.ged]

According to the Marriage records of Nelson Co., KY Moses married Mary
Carr on 8 Nov 1787 with Samuel Case standing surety for them. Mary Carr
was listedas being a widow at the time.[JosephWood61202.ged]
According to the Marriage records of Nelson Co., KY Moses m arried Mary
Carr on 8 Nov 1787 with Samuel Case standing su rety for them. Mary Ca
was listed as being a widow at th e time.[wood.FTW]
According to the Marriage records of Nelson Co., KY Moses m arried Mary
Carr on 8 Nov 1787 with Samuel Case standing su rety for them. Mary Ca
was listed as being a widow at th e time. 
DAVIS, Moses (I0011)
 
43 Active in civic and community affairs including the old Provident Assn. and Grace cathedral SOMERS, Maude Evelyn (I35480698)
 
44 after being hit by a streetcar STICKEL, Fletcher Allyn (I35480709)
 
45 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F16832568
 
46 aged 17 HOLLOPETER, Jane (I35480981)
 
47 aged 18 STICKLE, William Ernest (I35480772)
 
48 aged 22 years, 8 months and 19 days WILSON, Elizabeth Jane (I35480361)
 
49 aged 29 REESOR, Harry M. (I35480790)
 
50 aged 31 years WILSON, James J. (I35480748)
 

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