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Subject: Ancestery.com Data (thanks to Armin Gumerman)
Date: Tue, 20 Mar 2001 07:18:35 -0800


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April 25, 1995 Pittsburgh Post-Gazette WILLIAMS, Dorothy M. (McCausland),
89, of Shaker Heights, Ohio, died April 24.

September 15, 1994 Pittsburgh Post-Gazette NIXON, Joan McCausland, 60, of
Scott, died Sept. 14.
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September 07, 1992 The Record, Northern New Jersey LOIS WITTMAN McCAUSLAND,
a lifelong resident of Paterson, died Saturday. She had been a teacher at
the Gantner Avenue School in Elmwood Park for 35 years. She was a graduate
of William Paterson College and a member of Grace United Presbyterian
Church, Wayne. Her husband, George, died in 1986. Burial Wednesday in Laurel
Grove Memorial Park, Totowa. __________________________________
Database: Colorado Soldiers in WWI, 1917-18
Roster of Men and Women Who Served in The World War From Colorado 1917-1918
Elbert County
James E. McCausland Private Branch: S. A. T. C. Place: Kiowa
Robert J. McCausland Private Branch: S. A. T. C. Place: Kiowa
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Database: Montana Death Index, 1989-98
Name Father Mother Death Date Age Death County Residence Marital Status
MCCAUSLAND, SYBIL E MCCAUSLAND, , 11 02 1965 79 ROSEBUD MONTANA, ROSEBUD
DIVORCED
MCCAUSLAND JACK MCCAUSLAND, , 17 01 1969 86 ROSEBUD MONTANA, ROSEBUD
DIVORCED
MCCAUSLAND, ROBERT E MCCAUSLAND, , 27 09 1969 43 CASCADE MONTANA, CASCADE
MARRIED OR SEPARATED
MCCAUSLAND, DANIEL E MCCAUSLAND, , 05 05 1971 31 LEWIS & CLARK MONTANA,
ROSEBUD MARRIED OR SEPARATED
MCCAUSLAND, DEVEE A MCCAUSLAND, , 03 06 1972 58 ROSEBUD MONTANA, ROSEBUD
MARRIED OR SEPARATED
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Database: San Diego Union-Tribune (California) Obituaries, 1998-99
October 03, 1999 The San Diego Union-Tribune CATTRELL -- William McCausland,
born June 26, 1913 in Steubenville, Ohio, died September 28, 1999 in San
Diego, California. William Cattrell moved with his parents to San Diego from
Weirton, WV in 1929. He attended San Diego High School and graduated with
the class of 1930. He returned to West Virginia after graduating and
attended the University of West Virginia and the University of Pittsburg,
while working for Weirton Steel Company. He studied engineering in college,
but left to return to San Diego before graduating. He joined Ryan
Aeronautical Company in 1955, where he worked as a draftsman, airplane
designer, and aerospace engineer. He was most proud of his work with the Jet
Propulsion Lab in Pasadena, California in the design and development of the
deployable solar arrays that were produced by Ryan and carried on the Mars
Mariner space flights. "Mac" Cattrell, as he was known to his friends, was
active in a number of Masonic activities: he was a 50+ year member of
Blackmer Lodge, Al Bahr Temple, The York Rite, and Scottish Rite. He was
particularly fond of the work the Shriners played in fighting children's
diseases, and he participated enthusiastically in the Al Bahr Shrine Patrol,
and later as a Shrine Clown, riding his miniature scooter in parades and
visiting ill children in hospitals. Mac retired from Ryan in 1972. In
retirement, he and his wife, Nancy Rose, pursued their interest in the
Native Americans of the Southwest. They travelled frequently to the Four
Corners region and became avid collectors of turquoise and silver jewelry,
and Native American rugs. In addition to Nancy, his wife of nearly 55 years,
he is survived by a brother, Harry, of Tucson, Arizona, a son, David of New
Canaan, Connecticut, four grandchildren: Kevin, Mark, Lindsey & Carey
Cattrell. A second son Gary Bruce Cattrell died November 1987 San Diego.

March 29, 1991 Florence McCausland, a civic leader who was one of the
founders of Las Madrinas, the first auxiliary of the Children's Home Society
in San Diego, died Sunday at Community Hospital of Chula Vista. She was 81.
Mrs. McCausland was born in St. Louis, Mo., but lived in Chula Vista for
more than 50 years. Throughout those years, her interest in museums extended
from the San Diego Hall of Science, of which she was a founding member, to
the San Francisco Fine Arts Museum and the Los Angeles County Museum. In
1931, she graduated from Washington University in St. Louis, and began
teaching elementary school. She moved to the San Diego area in 1937, a year
after her marriage to John McCausland, a physician who died here seven years
ago. It was in 1950, while she was serving on the board of directors of the
Children's Home Society, a private adoption agency, that an adoptive mother
contacted the agency about starting an auxiliary. Mrs. McCausland helped to
organize it. The auxiliary was dubbed Las Madrinas, or the godmothers.
Twenty-three years later, the auxiliary would become Las Primeras, an
independent philanthropic agency. In 1964, she joined the board of directors
of the San Diego Museum of Art, and worked to double its membership over the
years, using innovative programming. Throughout the years, Mrs. McCausland
also held offices in such organizations as the San Diego Visiting Nurses,
Community Hospital of Chula Vista Auxiliary, United Way/CHAD, Senior Adult
Sevices and the Museum of Man. She also was a member of Klee Wyk-Aardvark,
an auxiliary of the Museum of Man; San Diego Zoological Society, San Diego
Hall of Science, Edinburgh Sister City Society, San Diego Museum of Art, San
Diego Historical Society, Chula Vista Historical Society, San Francisco Fine
Arts Museum, San Francisco Asia Museum and Los Angeles County Museum. In
1967, Mrs. McCausland was listed in the Who's Who of American Women and in
1970 she was named a Woman of Valor by the Temple Beth Israel Sisterhood.
Survivors include a daughter, Katharine McCausland Stein of Healdsburg; a
son, Dr. William S. McCausland of Sebastopol; and a granddaughter.
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Database: West Bay City, Michigan Directory, 1889-90
Surname Given Name Occupation Business Address Residence Notes Page #
McCausland Sarah [wid. Wm.] bds Carrie s e cor Clara 107
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Database: Peoria Journal Star (Illinois) Obituaries, 1991-99
October 20, 1996 HAVANA -- Bernice E. Barton, 77, of 401 Crescent died at
8:56 p.m. Friday, Oct. 18, 1996, at Saint Francis Medical Center in Peoria.
Born Sept. 7, 1919, in Havana to Joseph and Bertha Ethel Davis McCausland,
she married John Everett Barton on Sept. 7, 1935. He survives. Also
surviving are one daughter, Rosalie Hunt of Peoria; two sons, Gary of Havana
and John E. Jr. of Pekin; one sister, Dorthy Wollard of East Peoria; one
brother, Leonard Thomas of Havana. One infant son preceded her in death. She
was a member of Central Christian Church in Havana and its quilting group.
Services will be at 2 p.m. Monday at Hurley Funeral Home in Havana today.
Burial will be in Laurel Hill Cemetery.

October 10, 1997 LEWISTOWN -- Cathy Cox, 47, of Sunset Manor Nursing Home in
Canton, formerly of Lewistown, died at 8:42 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 9, 1997, at
the home. Born June 15, 1950, in Champaign to Carl and Virginia Butler
McCausland, she married Matthew Cox. Surviving are her parents of Lewistown;
one daughter, Jana Cox of Peoria; two sisters, Mary Ann Mills of Galesburg
and Martha Thompson of East Peoria; and her grandmothers, Greeta Butler of
Astoria and Ethel Freeman of Jacksonville. A graduate of Spoon River
College, she attended Western Illinois University and the University of
Nevada in Las Vegas. She formerly worked at the University of Nevada. She
also was a tutor and a playwright. She was a former member of Lewistown
United Methodist Church, where she served as organist. Burial will be in Oak
Hill Cemetery.

December 16, 1994 BATH -- Everett K. "Hunk" Keithley, 82, of rural Bath died
at 5:49 a.m. Thursday, Dec. 15, 1994, at Mason District Hospital in Havana.
Born May 2, 1912, in Menard County to Louis Lee and Mattie Atterberry
Keithley, he married Eileen McCausland on April 27, 1941, in New London, Mo.
She survives. Also surviving are three daughters, JoAnne Williams of
Lancaster, Calif., Joyce Keithley of Chicago and Jeanne Keithley-Gouveia of
Montara, Calif.; one son, Ken of Jacksonville. He raised turkeys for many
years. He was a Navy veteran. Burial will be in Laurel Hill Cemetery in
Havana.

December 04, 1994 HAVANA -- Florence Alberta Stroh, 77, of rural Havana died
at 7:37 p.m. Friday, Dec. 2, 1994, at Mason District Hospital. Born March
10, 1917, in Jacksonville to Albert and Elizabeth A. McCausland Bennett, she
married Irving Stroh on March 30, 1944, in Williamsport, Ind. He survives.
Also surviving are two sons, James of Havana and Michael of Louisville, Ky.
One brother preceded her in death. A 1941 graduate of Saint Francis Medical
Center School of Nursing in Peoria, she was a registered nurse. She was a
member of St. Barnabas Episcopal Church. She also was a member of Cleo
Rebekah Lodge 143 and Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 6408 Auxiliary. Burial
will be in Laurel Hill Cemetery.

January 04, 1992 HAVANA _ Maxine D. Mason, 80, of Lake Vermillion, Minn.,
formerly of Havana, died Thursday, Jan. 2, 1991, at her residence. Born Oct.
29, 1911, to William and Martha May McCausland David, she married Richard R.
Mason. He died Nov. 1, 1978. Surviving are two sons, Dale R. of Spokane,
Wash., and William E. of Lake Vermillion; one sister, Shirley Kirkpatrick of
Havana. She was a parole agent for the youth commission of the Illinois
Department of Corrections, retiring in 1977. She was a member of Dove of
Peace Lutheran Church in Tucson, Ariz., and was Past Worthy Matron of Order
of Eastern Star Chapter 115 in Washington, Ill. She was a past president of
the Peoria Chapter of Pilot Club International and was a past president of
the Tazewell County Republican Women's Club. Graveside services Monday at
Laurel Hill Cemetery in Havana.
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December 20, 1998 The Des Moines Register
Gladys McCausland Scarbrough, 96, of Newton died of a respiratory ailment
Friday at Skiff Medical Center there. Services will be at 10 a.m. Monday at
Reese Funeral Home in Newton, with burial at Our Silent City Cemetery in
Kellogg. Born near Kellogg, Mrs. Scarbrough had lived in Newton and Jasper
County all of her life. She was a retired schoolteacher and had been a
nurse's aide at Skiff Memorial Hospital in Newton. She was a member of First
United Methodist Church in Newton. Among survivors are four daughters,
Shirley Schmidt of Newton, Elaine Eytchison of Indianapolis, Donna Probasco
of Grinnell and Evelyn Patterson of Spokane, Wash.; two sisters, Leota
Gifford of Newton and Mable Anderson of Kellogg.
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Database: Telegram (Worcester, Massachusetts) Obituaries, 1990-99

January 16, 1994 Sunday Telegram Worcester, MA WORCESTER - Albert E.
McCausland Sr., 81, of 11 Buffum St. died Thursday in St. Vincent Hospital
after a long illness. His wife, Pauline C. (Drouns) McCausland, died in
1992. He leaves two sons, Albert E. McCausland Jr. and John J. McCausland,
both of Worcester; four daughters, Helen P. Laureyns of Leicester, Ruth M.
Dyer and Shirley A. Connor, both of Spencer, and Susan E. McCausland of
Monson; 12 grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren. A son, James E.
McCausland of Worcester, died in 1947. He was born in Worcester, son of
James E. and Aurora (Anderberg) McCausland, and lived here all his life. He
graduated from the former Commerce High School. He attended Worcester
Polytechnic Institute. Mr. McCausland was a shipper-receiver at the former
Lodding Engineering in Auburn for 28 years, retiring in 1978. Previously, he
was a machine operator at the former Reed & Prince Mfg. Co. for 17 years. He
was a former member of Wesley United Methodist Church. He was a member of
American Legion Post 306 in Paxton, and Main South American Legion Post 341.
An avid fisherman and hunter, he was a member of the Rutland Sportsmen's
Club and a member of the South Barre Rod & Gun Club. Burial will be in Hope
Cemetery.

August 02, 1994 Telegram & Gazette Worcester, MA WEBSTER - Everett B.
Hostak, 67, of 5 Mark Ave., a former mechanic, died yesterday in Hubbard
Regional Hospital after he was stricken ill at home. He leaves his wife,
Theresa D. (DeCarli) Hostak; two sons, Anthony M. Hostak of Douglas and
Stephen J. Hostak of Webster; two sisters, Theresa McCausland and Margaret
Deptula, both of Webster; and two nieces. He was born in Webster, son of
Michael and Lillian (Luskowski) Hostak, and lived here all
his life. He was a mechanic at Schmidt Equipment Co. in Auburn for many
years before he
retired. Mr. Hostak was a member of Central Massachusetts Gas & Steam
Machinery Association, and Slovak Sokol. He was an Army veteran of World War
II, serving in Italy. Burial will be in Masschusetts National Cemetery,
Bourne.

August 22, 1992 Telegram & Gazette Worcester, MA GARDNER - Grace (Potter)
Rousseau McCausland, 81, of Westmoreland, N.H., died Monday in Ashburn, Va.,
after an illness. She leaves her husband, Donald McCausland of Westmoreland;
a son, Leo Rousseau of Gardner; a daughter, Donna Kaplan of Ashburn, Va.;
three sisters, Louise Tremblay of Jaffrey, N.H., Ruth Chicoine of Gardner
and Vivian Britton of Lakeland, Fla.; two grandsons; several nieces and
nephews. She was born in Jaffrey, N.H., daughter of George and Ann
(Moynihan) Potter and lived most of her life in Gardner, before moving to
Westmoreland several years ago. Her first husband, Donald Rousseau, died
many years ago. She was a former member of the Gardner Grange and was a
member of the Keene, N.H., Grange.

September 28, 1997 Sunday Telegram Worcester, MA OXFORD - Nancy M.
(Hannifin) Daviau, 60, of Prospect Street, North Oxford, a group leader for
10 years, died Friday at home after a long battle with cancer.
Her husband of 27 years, Roger E. Daviau, died in 1990. She leaves two sons,
Gary R. Jones of Oxford and Kevin B. Jones of Prattville, Ala.; three
daughters, Pamela J. Bubon and Theresa Callahan, both of Auburn, and Sandra
Anderson of Charlton; five sisters, Shirley O'Neill of Spencer, Betty
Hannifin of North Oxford, Mary Jane Wooldridge of Lowell, Patricia M.
Bonnette of Auburn and Susan R. McCausland of Worcester. She was born in
Worcester, daughter of Joseph B. and Hazel E. (Wheeler) Hannifin, and lived
here 36 years. She graduated from Commerce High School, Worcester, in 1955.
Mrs. Daviau was a group worker for 10 years at the Pelletier Center, state
Department of Youth Services in Waltham. She was a former member of St.
Ann's Church in North Oxford.

May 14, 1992 Telegram & Gazette Worcester, MA Pauline C. (Drown)
McCausland, 75, of 1 Buffum St. died yesterday in St. Vincent Hospital. She
leaves her husband, Albert E. McCausland Sr.; two sons, Albert E.
McCausland Jr., and John J. McCausland, both of Worcester; four daughters,
Helen P. Laureyns of Leicester, Ruth M. Dyer of Spencer, Susan E. McCausland
of Monson and Shirley A. Connor of Worcester. A son, James E. McCausland,
died in 1947. She was born in Worcester, daughter of Mason and Agnes (Mosi)
Drown, and had lived here all her life. Mr. and Mrs. McCausland celebrated
their 53rd wedding anniversary April 15. Burial will be in Hope Cemetery.

January 01, 1993 Telegram & Gazette Worcester, MA UPTON - Rosemary G.
(Potter) McCausland, 63, of Christian Hill Road, and Vero Beach, Fla., died
yesterday in her home after a long illness. She leaves her husband, Paul V.
McCausland; a son, Dana P. McCausland of Hopedale; two daughters, Dawnett M.
LaRose of Bellingham and Kelly A. McCausland of Brockton. She was born in
Suffield, Conn., and was raised in Bellingham by the late James and Annie
(Heffernan) O'Rourke. She later lived in Milford before moving here in 1963.
She spent several winters in Vero Beach, Fla. She graduated from Bellingham
High School in 1948. She and her husband owned and operated McCausland's
Market in Milford since 1955. She retired in 1988. Mrs. McCausland was a
communicant of Holy Angels Church and president of the former Emblem Club of
Milford. Burial will be in Lakeview Cemetery.
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07/26/99 Waterloo/Cedar Falls NE Iowa Deaths.
LIME SPRINGS - Lovira McCaustland, 91, of Lime Springs, died Saturday, July
24, at Evans Memorial Home, Cresco, of natural causes; survivors include
three daughters, Verna Lewison of Anamosa, Narine Smith of Great Falls,
Mont., and Lynda Kennedy of Saxtons River, Vt.; a son, Earl of Monticello;
she was preceded in death by her husband, Earl; a daughter, Belva Ann; and
two brothers, Harold and Winfield Sanborn; burial in Pleasant Hill Cemetery,
in Lime Springs.
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Database: Illinois Marriage Records, 1851-1900
Name Spouse Marriage Date County State
HOLLAND, THOMAS McCAUSLAND, MARY A. 19 Feb 1884 Rock Island IL
MORAN, GEORGE E. McCAUSLAND, ALICE 16 Sep 1878 Rock Island IL
PROSEUS, CHARLES A. McCAUSLAND, LUCY 15 Dec 1886 Rock Island IL
McCAUSLAND, BENJAMIN F. SHINGSHANG, MARY J. 01 Jan 1880 Edgar IL
McCAUSLAND, JAMES MEALMAN, RACHEL S. 29 Nov 1877 Henry IL
WADE, MILTON McCAUSLAND, SARAH JANE 15 Feb 1870 Henry IL
BLODGETT, WILLIAM C. McCAUSLAND, MARY 15 May 1865 Henry IL
McCAUSLAND, WILLIAM HARVEY ALEXANDER, ALTIE 27 Mar 1877 Henry IL
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