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Alfred Charles SMITH & Charlotte Ione CARTER


Husband Alfred Charles SMITH

       Born: 6 Dec 1905              at: Mountain Home, Elmore, ID
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       Died: 13 Nov 1995             at: Boise, Ada, ID
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     Father: Charles Ellsworth SMITH (1875-1926)
     Mother: Rose ERICKSON (1883-1948)


    Married: 10 Aug 1928               Place: Mountain Home, Elmore, ID (Divorced)

Wife Charlotte Ione CARTER

       Born: 28 Feb 1905             at: Creston, Union, Iowa
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       Died: 30 Apr 1985             at: Boise, Ada, ID
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     Father: Charles Leslie CARTER (1880-1956)
     Mother: Anna Grace MAUS (1882-1974)



Events
1. Church Affiliation
Bahi


Children
1 F Catherine Charlene SMITH (details suppressed for this living person)

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Spouse: Tommy Lee CULVER (living) Spouse: Joseph Ray STRAHLER (living)

2 M Richard Louis SMITH

       Born: Jun                     at: Boise, Ada, ID
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3 M Walter Charles SMITH (details suppressed for this living person)

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4 F Infant Daughter SMITH

       Born:                         at: Boise, Ada, ID
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     Buried:                         at: Boise, Ada, ID



Husband's Notes
Interview of Tom Culver.
His family would bring the wagon from Smith's Prairie to Boise. It would take 3 or 4 days. Left home at 13 or 14. Ferry at Anderson Ranch Dam.
Owned service station in Idaho City also hobby of gold mining. Loved to fish.
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Interview of Charlene Strahler.
Lived at 3020 Gerrard Street, Boise, Idaho. The home was purchased about 1934. Raised cows, pigs, goats, chickens, vegetables, fruit trees. In later years also raised flowers. The home was added on to in the early 1950's. Al Smith worked at Morrison-Knudsen Co as a machinist for 39 years.

Husband's Medical Notes
Cause of Death: Cancer/old age
Grandpa had bone marrow and skin cancer.

Wife's Notes
Very artisic, Nurse/Homemaker
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ARTICLE IN THE NEWSPAPER
Bridal Shower Gives Pleasure --
Mrs. G.P. Brown and her daughter Mrs. Vera Michels entertained 35 friends Thursday afternoon at Mrs. Brown's home on Broadway in honor of her niece, Mrs. Al Smith (nee Charlotte Carter, a recent bride.)
It was a "kitchen shower" for the bride, and was carried out in a very unique way, the Halloween idea being used. The gifts were placed in a large round basket which had been made to represent a pumpkin, and was presented to the bride by two little brownies, who drew the pumpkin into the room where she was on a little express wagon, the brownies were Paul Pusey and Junior Washamm in costume.
Yellow Chrysanthemums were the floral decorations used. Delicious refreshments were served by the hostess. Mrs. Smith is expecting to live in Boise.
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Interview of Charlene Strahler (Smith) December 15, 1998.
Worked at the Collister School and setup the hot lunch program at that school. She worked at the school while her children were in grade school. She had nurses training and worked during her first married years. She quit because of illness.
She was a missionary for the Bahi church in North or South Carolina. She was in the Carolina's for 2 or 2 1/2 years. Moved to Ridgecrest, California where she lived from October to April with her son, Walter, and his family. From April to October she lived with her daughter, Charlene, and her family. Moved into an apartment down the street (possibly 35th Street) from the Gerrard address. She became ill and moved into an assisted living home, called Heritage Retirement Home. She died at St Lukes hospital of lung disease.

Wife's Medical Notes
Cause of Death: Lung Problems
Heavy Smoker, asthma

Notes for Child: Infant Daughter SMITH
Rosehill Cemetary, unmarked grave

Charles Ellsworth SMITH & Rose ERICKSON


Husband Charles Ellsworth SMITH

       Born: 29 Jun 1875             at: Fort Collins, CO 26
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       Died: 20 Nov 1926 26 at: 
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     Father: John A SMITH (      -      )
     Mother: Mary HALL (      -      ) 34


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Wife Rose ERICKSON

       Born: 1883                    at: Huntington, , OR 26
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       Died: 1948                    at: Boise, Ada, ID 26
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     Father: Alfred F. ERICKSON (1853-1932)
     Mother: Anna (Lovisa or Louise) VICKSTEIN (1856-1948) 24,25




Children
1 M Alfred Charles SMITH

       Born: 6 Dec 1905              at: Mountain Home, Elmore, ID
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       Died: 13 Nov 1995             at: Boise, Ada, ID
     Buried:                         at: 
Spouse: Charlotte Ione CARTER (1905-1985) Marr: 10 Aug 1928, Mountain Home, Elmore, ID. (Divorced)

2 M William Henry SMITH 35

       Born: 4 Nov 1901              at: Olds Ferry, Idaho 35
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       Died: 26 Jun 1985             at: Boise, Ada, ID 35
     Buried: 28 Jun 1985             at: Boise, Ada, ID 35
Spouse: Myrtle Marie DUNCAN (1903- ) 35,36 Marr: 1 Sep 1923, Boise, Ada, ID 35

3 M John E SMITH

       Born: 13 Dec 1903 34 at: 
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       Died: 20 Feb 1927 34 at: 
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Spouse: Violet G ( -1924)

4 M Walter E SMITH 34

       Born: 25 Dec 1907 34 at: 
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       Died: 23 Oct 1945 34 at: 
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5 F Edith L SMITH (details suppressed for this living person)

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6 F Emma M SMITH (details suppressed for this living person)

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7 M Roy A SMITH (details suppressed for this living person)

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Husband's Notes
Obituary from newspaper.
Smith - Charles Ellsworth Smith died at the family home in the Cruzen addition late Saturday afternoon, He was born in Fort Collins, Colo., June 29, 1875, and came to Boise in 1901. He is survived by his father, John A. Smith, his widow, five sons and two daughters. William H., John E., Alfred C., Walter E., Roy A., Edith L., and Emma M. Smith all of Boise. The body is at McBratney funeral parlors. Funeral arrangements will be announced later.
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Wife's Notes
Idaho Statesman article.
ACCIDENT KILLS BOISE WOMAN
Mrs. Rose Smith, 65, Fatally Injured in Collision with Car
Mrs. Rose Smith, 65, of 2109 North Thirtieth street, was fatally injured at 7 p.m. Wednesday in a car-pedestrian accident at the intersection of Twenty-eighth and Gavin streets, Boise police reproted.
Mrs. Smith died of head injuries while en route to a Boise hospital in an ambulance, Ada County Coroner Clyde E. Summers said.
Her death is the third traffic fatality in the city of Boise this year.
According to an investigation conducted by Boise police and Summers, Mrs. Smith had alighted from a Boise Bus at the intersection and started to cross the street from behind the bus.
Police said she was hurring across the street. Mrs. Smith struck the side of an automobile driven by Kenneth P. Pond, 18, of route 4, Boise, just forward of the driver's door, the coroner said.
The woman, Summers said, was knocked backward to the pavement and suffered the fatal hurts in striking the pavement. Patrolmen Roger Tucker and Alvin Taylor who investigated said Pond's automobile stopped within 13 feet of the impact.
Pond was not held by police.
Mrs. Smith was born June 15, 1883, near Ontario, Ore., and had lived in Boise for 45 years. She was a member of the Baptist Temple church.
Surviving are three sons, William H. Smith and Alfred C. Smith, both of Boise, and Roy A. Smith, Santa Rosa, Cal.; two daughters, Mrs. Edith Phillips of Portland and Mrs. Emma Hansen of Boise; her mother, Mrs. Anna Erickson of Edmunds (Edmonds), Wash., 13 grandchildren, two great-grandchildren, three sisters and two brothers.
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Marriage Notes
Marriage announcement from newspaper.
Miss Rosa Erickson of Payette and Charles E. Smith of Olds' ferry were married in Weiser Tuesday, July 3. Both parties are well known in this section, the groom having formerly been a resident of this city. The NEWS joins their many friends in wishing Mr. and Mrs. Smith a long, happy and prosperous married life.
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From the Charles E. Smith Memorial Record.
Light-dark hair, blue eyes, quite tall and built stout but not heavy, Irish.
Officiating Cleryman - Mr. W.W. Van Duscen
Song Selections - Nearer My God to thee, In a City Foursquare. Rendered by (sung) Mrs. William McBratney
Memorada - Songs very beauthful, beautiful flower offerings
Pall Bearers - Mr. Ashenfelten, Mr. C. Kenett, Mr. Adkings, Mr. Berk, Mr. Dilano
Interment at - Morris Hill Cemetery
Memorada - Died after a lingering illness at his home Saturday night 6:00 o'clock.
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Notes for Child: Alfred Charles SMITH
Interview of Tom Culver.
His family would bring the wagon from Smith's Prairie to Boise. It would take 3 or 4 days. Left home at 13 or 14. Ferry at Anderson Ranch Dam.
Owned service station in Idaho City also hobby of gold mining. Loved to fish.
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Interview of Charlene Strahler.
Lived at 3020 Gerrard Street, Boise, Idaho. The home was purchased about 1934. Raised cows, pigs, goats, chickens, vegetables, fruit trees. In later years also raised flowers. The home was added on to in the early 1950's. Al Smith worked at Morrison-Knudsen Co as a machinist for 39 years.

Medical Notes for Child: Alfred Charles SMITH
Cause of Death: Cancer/old age
Grandpa had bone marrow and skin cancer.

Notes for Child: William Henry SMITH
Obituary in The Idaho Statesman.
William Henry Smith, 83, of Boise, died Wednesday, June 26, 1985, in a Boise nursing home of natural causes.
Graveside services will be held at 10 a.m. Friday, June 28th, at Dry Creek Cemetery with Rev. Ted Edquist of the First Congregational Church officiating. Services are under the direction of Alden-Waggoner Chapel.
Mr. Smith, a former owner of Idaho Star Products, was born Nov. 4, 1901, at Old's Ferry, Idaho, a son of Charles E. and Rosa Smith. He was from a family of eight. He was raised in the Boise area and Smith's Prairie and attended Boise schools as well as Link's School of Business.
He married Myrtle Marie Duncan on Sept. 1, 1923 at Boise, where they made their home. He worked his way up from a laborer to manager of Mutual Creamery. They then lived in Emmett briefly before returning to Boise where he started his own business, Idaho Star Products, a wholesale ice cream business. Keeping that business name he later handled Wood's Coffee and then eggs for restaurants and stores. In 1980 he was forced to retire because of illness.
He was a past member of the Rotary Club.
William enjoyoed hunting, fishing, and bowling in his earlier days. He was a loving and caring father and grandfather.
Survivors include a daughter, Linda (Mrs. Gerald) Sutton of Boise, and two grandchildren, Lizlee Alter of California and Greg Sutton of Boise. His wife, Myrtle died in 1981.
Memorials may be made to the Mountain States Tumor Institute, 151 E. Bannock, Boise; or the First Congregational Church. Friends may call today from noon to 9 p.m. at the Alden-Waggoner Chapel.
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John A SMITH & Mary HALL


Husband John A SMITH

       Born:                         at: Kentucky
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    Married: 12 Oct 1873 34   Place: 

Wife Mary HALL 34

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Children
1 M Charles Ellsworth SMITH

       Born: 29 Jun 1875             at: Fort Collins, CO 26
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       Died: 20 Nov 1926 26 at: 
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Spouse: Rose ERICKSON (1883-1948)

2 M William C SMITH 34

       Born: 25 Jan 1877 34 at: 
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3 M James H SMITH 34

       Born: 18 Dec 1878 34 at: 
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Notes for Child: Charles Ellsworth SMITH
Obituary from newspaper.
Smith - Charles Ellsworth Smith died at the family home in the Cruzen addition late Saturday afternoon, He was born in Fort Collins, Colo., June 29, 1875, and came to Boise in 1901. He is survived by his father, John A. Smith, his widow, five sons and two daughters. William H., John E., Alfred C., Walter E., Roy A., Edith L., and Emma M. Smith all of Boise. The body is at McBratney funeral parlors. Funeral arrangements will be announced later.
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John E SMITH & Violet G


Husband John E SMITH

       Born: 13 Dec 1903 34 at: 
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       Died: 20 Feb 1927 34 at: 
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     Father: Charles Ellsworth SMITH (1875-1926)
     Mother: Rose ERICKSON (1883-1948)


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Wife Violet G

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       Died: 6 Apr 1924 34 at: 
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Warren SMITH & Mary HURNING


Husband Warren SMITH (details suppressed for this living person)

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Wife Mary HURNING 3

       Born: 4 Jul 1882              at: Maplevalley, Outogamie, WI 3
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       Died: 11 Sep 1960             at: Green Bay, Brown, WI 3
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     Father: Wilbert HURNING (1844-1914)
     Mother: Florence Nightingale STILLMAN (1855-1927)



William Henry SMITH & Myrtle Marie DUNCAN


Husband William Henry SMITH 35

       Born: 4 Nov 1901              at: Olds Ferry, Idaho 35
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       Died: 26 Jun 1985             at: Boise, Ada, ID 35
     Buried: 28 Jun 1985             at: Boise, Ada, ID 35


     Father: Charles Ellsworth SMITH (1875-1926)
     Mother: Rose ERICKSON (1883-1948)


    Married: 1 Sep 1923                Place: Boise, Ada, ID 35

Wife Myrtle Marie DUNCAN 35,36

       Born: 9 Aug 1903              at: Sumpter, Oregon 36
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       Died:                         at: 1981 35
     Buried:                         at: Boise, Ada, ID 36

Husband's Notes
Obituary in The Idaho Statesman.
William Henry Smith, 83, of Boise, died Wednesday, June 26, 1985, in a Boise nursing home of natural causes.
Graveside services will be held at 10 a.m. Friday, June 28th, at Dry Creek Cemetery with Rev. Ted Edquist of the First Congregational Church officiating. Services are under the direction of Alden-Waggoner Chapel.
Mr. Smith, a former owner of Idaho Star Products, was born Nov. 4, 1901, at Old's Ferry, Idaho, a son of Charles E. and Rosa Smith. He was from a family of eight. He was raised in the Boise area and Smith's Prairie and attended Boise schools as well as Link's School of Business.
He married Myrtle Marie Duncan on Sept. 1, 1923 at Boise, where they made their home. He worked his way up from a laborer to manager of Mutual Creamery. They then lived in Emmett briefly before returning to Boise where he started his own business, Idaho Star Products, a wholesale ice cream business. Keeping that business name he later handled Wood's Coffee and then eggs for restaurants and stores. In 1980 he was forced to retire because of illness.
He was a past member of the Rotary Club.
William enjoyoed hunting, fishing, and bowling in his earlier days. He was a loving and caring father and grandfather.
Survivors include a daughter, Linda (Mrs. Gerald) Sutton of Boise, and two grandchildren, Lizlee Alter of California and Greg Sutton of Boise. His wife, Myrtle died in 1981.
Memorials may be made to the Mountain States Tumor Institute, 151 E. Bannock, Boise; or the First Congregational Church. Friends may call today from noon to 9 p.m. at the Alden-Waggoner Chapel.
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Wife's Notes
Services for Myrtle Marie Smith, 78, of 1709 N. 28th St., who died Tuesday in a Boise Hospital, will be conducted at 10:30 a.m. Monday, in Alden-Waggoner Chapel by the Rev. Donn Plew of the Baptist Temple Church. Interment will be in Dry Creek Cemetery with lodge rites by Purity Rebekah Lodge No. 67.
She was born Aug. 9, 1903, in Sumpter, Ore. She lived in Oregon and Washington and then in her early teens moved to the Boise area. She graduated from Boise High School. She married William Smith on Sept. 1, 1923, in Boise. She operated a beauty shop in her home for a number of years. She was a member of the Baptist Temple Church, Purity Rebekah Lodge No. 67 and the Sunshine Club.
Survivors include her husband and a daughter, Linda Sutton, both of Boise; three sisters, Greeta Stritmatter of Aberdeen, Wash., Alice Davis of Bangor, Maine, and Elsie Kingsmith of Cottage Grove, Ore., a brother, Norman Adkins of Nampa; two grandchildren; and numerous nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by a brother, Harold, and a sister, Violet.
Friends may call at Alden-Waggoner Chapel from noon to 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sunday.
Memorials may be made to the Baptist Temple Church or Mountain States Tumor Institute, Boise.
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Edward STARBUCK & Catherine REYNOLDS


Husband Edward STARBUCK (details suppressed for this living person)

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Wife Catherine REYNOLDS (details suppressed for this living person)

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Children
1 F Abigail STARBUCK (details suppressed for this living person)

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Spouse: Peter COFFIN (1630-1715) 1


Nathaniel STARBUCK & Mary COFFIN


Husband Nathaniel STARBUCK (details suppressed for this living person)

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Other Spouse: Mary COFFIN (1644-      ) 1  Date: 
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Wife Mary COFFIN 1

       Born: 20 Feb 1644-1645        at: Haverhill, Essex, Mass 1
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     Father: Tristram COFFIN (1605-1681) 1
     Mother: Dionis STEVENS (1610-1681) 1



Other Spouse: Nathaniel STARBUCK      Date: 
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Nathaniel STARBUCK & Mary COFFIN


Husband Nathaniel STARBUCK (details suppressed for this living person)

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Other Spouse: Mary COFFIN (1644-      ) 1  Date: 
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Wife Mary COFFIN 1

       Born: 20 Feb 1644-1645        at: Haverhill, Essex, Mass 1
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     Father: Tristram COFFIN (1605-1681) 1
     Mother: Dionis STEVENS (1610-1681) 1



Other Spouse: Nathaniel STARBUCK      Date: 
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Children
1 F Elizabeth STARBUCK 21

       Born: Sep 1665                at: , Nantucket, Mass 21
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       Died: 1706 21 at: 
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Spouse: Peter COFFIN (1660-1699) Marr: 15 Aug 1682, , Nantucket, Mass 21


Robert STEVENS & Dionis


Husband Robert STEVENS (details suppressed for this living person)

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Children
1 F Dionis STEVENS 1

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 Christened: 4 Mar 1610              at: Brixton Parish, Devonshire, England 1
       Died: 1681-1682               at: , Nantucket, Mass 1
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Spouse: Tristram COFFIN (1605-1681) 1


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