Selves Connections

The Genealogy of the greater Selves Family


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51 18293-27 Orville Roy SAWYER, 21, farmer, Blanchard twp., Fullarton, s/o John SAWYER, b. Woodham & Anne ROY, married Helen Adair PEEBLES, 20, clerk, St. Marys, Blanchard, d/o James A. PEEBLES, b. Paris & Mamie L. ANDERSON, witn: Doris Madeline & Glenn Ivan SAWYER of Science Hill, 7 Nov 1927 at Blanchard twp  Family F0615
52 1911 Census list a daughter Bernice May born May 1906 Hazlewood, George (I00274)
53 1st wife of John Bibby, Jr. Family F5150
54 2 children Family F2890
55 2 children Family F2970
56 2 children Family F3142
57 2 children from this marriage Family F2921
58 2 sons Family F3146
59 2 sons died in infancy Klewer, Elizabeth (I08447)
60 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Fraser, Keith (I01172)
61 2 unnamed infant children noted on gravestone Hazlewood, Marinda Elizabeth (I00256)
62 3 children Hough, Phyllis Marion (I15317)
63 3 children Family F2967
64 3 children Family F2969
65 3 children Family F3143
66 3 children Family F3151
67 3 children from this marriage Family F3136
68 30-JUN-1950 departed San Francisco, California on Lurline to Honolulu, Hawaii arrived 05-JUL:-1950. Port of Departure Honolulu, Hawaii, arrived San Francisco, California 04-SEP-1952. Colquhoun, Carmen Morley (I05626)
69 4 children Peacock, George H (I15224)
70 4 children Trumpour, Jean Yvonne (I15321)
71 4 children Family F3145
72 5 children Family F2971
73 6 children McPhail, Flora Ann (I06572)
74 6 children Family F3082
75 6 children Family F3141
76 6 children Family F3809
77 6 Feb 1914 of died in a fire in her home  Kirk, Iola (I02518)
78 6 sisters & 1 brother

Selves, Sarah (1 Nov. 1836 - 18 Aug. 1926)

Mrs. Sarah Selves died at her home on Pleasant Ridge, Wednesday morning, August 18, 1926. Her health has been failing her for the past six month, and Wednesday she slept peacefully away at 2 a.m.

Sarah Buss was born Nov. 1st, 1836, in Buffalo, N. Y., having six sisters and one brother. She was married to John Selves in Buffalo, in 1851. Seven children were born to them, two died in infancy.

Came Here, in 1866

Mr and Mrs. Selves came from Buffalo by boat through the Great Lakes to Milwaukee and then emigrated by team from Milwaukee to the farm on Pleasant Ridge in the fall of 1866. Mr. and Mrs. Selves bought this pieces of land upon arriving in Clark County, without any improvements on it. They began at once to build a log house and they moved into it before winter came. In the years following Mr. and Mrs. Selves cleared up the eighty acres that is known as the Selves farm east of the Pleasant Ridge church, until to day it�s one of the best farms in the county. Two children were born to them in Clark County.

Here husband John Selves preceded her in death March 1895. Since his death she with the help of her son Richard have carried on the work of the farm. Three of her children, Mrs. Henry Brown, Mrs. August Snyder and Elmer Selves all of Neillsville, died in 1917 and 1918.

21 Grandchildren

She leaves to mourn her death a sister, Mrs. Phoebe Hutchinson of Humbolt, Iowa, a brother, Joe Buss of Neillsville, four sons, William of Lac du Flambeau, Wis., Thomas of Colby, Edward of Neillsville and Richard at home. She also leaves twenty-one grandchildren, twenty-nine great-grandchildren and five great-great grandchildren.

The funeral was held in the Pleasant Ridge church, Rev. Wilson Mallory of Granton officiating. Interment was made in the Neillsville cemetery beside her husband.

Six grandchildren acted as pall bearers, Ernest Snyder, Byron, Hugh and Forest Selves and Herbert Brown. Grandma Selves has always lived a Christian life and was a member of the Presbyterian church, being a leader in church work.

Those from out of town to attend the funeral were: Mr. and Rms. Cater of Woodruff; Mr. and Mrs. W. Selves of Lac du Flambeau; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Carter, Arthur Vine, Mary Schultz of Crandon; Mr. and Mrs. Forest Brown of Minneapolis; Mrs. John Howard of St. Paul, Mrs. Phoebe Hutchinson of Humbolt, Ia.; Mrs. Alma Spencer of Milwaukee. On account of sickness one son, Thos. Selves of Colby did not attend the funeral. 
Buss, Sarah (I08383)
79 7 children Downie, Ann (I14441)
80 7393-75 Thomas MOORE, 25, farmer, Hibbert, same, s/o Joseph MOORE & Margaret FORBES, married Lovenia LAIRD, 22, USA, Hibbert, d/o Thomas LAIRD & Agnes COLQUHOUN, witn: William BROOKS & Emma JOHNSTON, both of Hibbert, 17 Dec 1875 at Hibbert Laird, Lovenia (I10467)
81 8 children Archer, Jane Elizabeth (I07695)
82 8 children Lewis, Emily (I14673)
83 8 children Family F2623
84 8 children Family F3150
85 8 children ... none remained in Sanilac County ... moved to Iosco County. Family F1071
86 8771-76 John COLLINS, 22, laborer, Canada, Downie, s/o Henry COLLINS & Mary BALSDON, married Elizabeth ROADHOUSE, 28, widow, Canada, Downie, d/o James OGLESBY & Susanna CROZIER, witn: Charity Jane COLLINS & Thomas SMITH, both of Downie, 17 May 1876 at St. Marys  Family F4697
87 8840-76 George BENTLY, 32, farmer, England, Blanshard, s/o George & Mary BENTLEY, married Agness SWITZER, 24, Canada, Blanshard, d/o Parmelia (Carmelia?) & Mary SWITZER, witn: George KEMP & Parmellia SWITZER both of Blanshard, 5 January 1876, Blanshard Family F1284
88 9 children Hazlewood, John (I01201)
89 9 children Selves, Gertrude Elizabeth (I04465)
90 9 children Hackney, Alexander (I10351)
91 9 children Family F1068
92 A blacksmith.
Lived in Kirkton, London & California. 
Kirk, James (I01313)
93 A brother of Lottie & Albert
Lived at Lot 12, Concession 14, Usborne Township 
Shier, Reuben N. (I00259)
94 A differect source gives a birth date of 23 April 1833 Brennan, Mary (I11470)
95 A memorial service will be at 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 20, 2001, in the
Pendleton High School auditorium for Michael Lee "Fuzzy" Selves, who
died in the Sept. 11 terrorist attack on the Pentagon at age 53. Mr. Selves
was born Sept. 16, 1947, in Hillsboro, and was raised in Pendleton. He
graduated from Pendleton High School and received, while serving in the
U.S. Army, a bachelor's degree from the University of Oregon and a
master's degree from the University of Michigan. He served in the army for
20 years, retiring at the rank of lieutenant colonel in 1989.

After his military retirement, he returned to the army as a civilian and was
promoted in 1996 to director of the Information Support Center for the
Secretary of the Army. He was awarded the new Defense of Freedom
Medal after the Sept. 11 attack. In 1995, he married Gayle Clarke.

Survivors include his wife; stepdaughter, Cara Clarke; stepson, Garth
Clarke; parents, Jack and Florence; and sister, Karen Hart.

Remembrances to the Alzheimer's Research Foundation in Chicago.

Oct 20, 2001
Portland Oregonian 
Selves, Michael Lee (I02757)
96 A Mitchell area boy drowned in a Logan Township quarry Monday afternoon. John Albert Bauer, 9, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bauer, of R.R. 5, Mitchell was swimming with several other people at the time. A non-swimmer, he apparently walked into an area with a sharp decline and went underwater, Sebringville OPP said yesterday.
The quarry on lot 28, con 11 of Logan Township is a recreation area on the farm of Harold Bauer, a relative of the boy.
John had just completed grade 4 at Upper Thames Elementary School in Mitchell. He was a member of the Sunday school and junior choir of St. Peter's Lutheran Church in Brodhagen.
He is survived by his parents, his maternal grandfather, two brothers and two sisters.  
Bauer, Jonathan Albert (I10124)
97 A registered nurse
Lived in Manitoba & then Fort McLeod, Alberta 
Hall, Ida A. (I01837)
98 A single car accident claimed the life of a Brunner man less than one mile from the spot where his father died six months earlier in a car accident. George Jacob August Mogk of R.R. 1 Brunner was dead on arrival at Stratford General Hospital following the accident on County Road 9 in Old Brunner. Mr. Mogk's father, the late George Mogk Sr., died February 23 of this year in an accident in New Brunner. Police said the accident on County Road 9 about 500 feet west of Highway 19. The car left the road, struck an embankment and rolled over.
Mr. Mogk was a son of Mrs. George Mogk Sr. of R.R. 1, Brunner and the late Mr. Mogk. He was born in Stratford and attended Gravelridge public school and Milverton high school. He was a member of Moserville Lutheran Church.
Besides his mother he is survived by seven brothers and two sisters. 
Mogk, George Jacob August (I10154)
99 A teacher then a doctor
Lived in Manitoba & then Fort McLeod, Alberta 
Kirk, Samuel (I01836)
100 a twin Elgie, Ralph (I14096)

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