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  • [S5602] Captain William Griffith and Comfort Duvall Family Group Sheet, prepared and sent August 18, 2009 Marcia Russo,.
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  • [S11447] U.S. Census Indiana 1910, Ira Cook, Marion County, Indianapolis, April 17, 1910, Page 3B, 711 East Maryland Street, Dwelling 64, Family 78, Ancestry.com Census images, National Archives, Washington D.C.,.
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  • [S11454] U.S. Census Illinois 1920, Jay D Cook, Cook County, Chicago, Ward 7, January 15, 1920, Page 9A, 5230 Renwood Avenue, Dwelling 5, Family 4, Ancestry.com Census images, National Archives, Washington D.C.,.
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  • [S11472] U.S. Census Indiana 1920, William Cook, Marion County, Indianapolis, Ward 10, January 15, 1920, Page 14A, 440 Spruce Street, Dwelling 293, Family 298, Ancestry.com Census images, National Archives, Washington D.C.,.
  • [S11473] U.S. Census Indiana 1930, William Cook, Parke County, Reserve Township, April 23, 1930, Page 4B, Dwelling 89, Family 89, Ancestry.com Census images, National Archives, Washington D.C.,.
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  • [S13129] Obituary of Phillip Donald Gregg, Email from Rob Gregg,
    Philip Donald Gregg, 83: June 24 1928 Ė July 24 2011

    Philip Gregg, 83 of Grangeville went to meet our Lord and join our mother Betty Jean the afternoon of Sunday July 24th 2011 at his home south of Grangeville from complications of COPD.

    Philip was born June 24th 1928 to Frank and Jennie Schultz Gregg. Philip and his brother Gene grew up in the family home at what is now the corner of Old Fish Hatchery and White Tail Drive. Philipís grandparents, John Calvin Gregg and Mary Ann Caplinger Gregg homesteaded the farm after coming from Illinois in the 1880ís. Three of Philipís aunts were the first set of triplets to be born and live in Idaho.

    Philipís early yearís involved riding horseback to the Adkison Country school house and going to the Eimers ranch to spend the day riding. In wintertime he enjoyed ice skating on Tolo Lake with other farm kids. Philip and Gene often rode in the Border Dayís Parade. One of Philipís first farm chores was to herd cattle from the farm up the road for water from Johnís Creek and haul water to the work horses during the summer. In the early 1940ís Philip helped his parents move the house and barn to the current ranch south of Grangeville.

    Philip graduated from Grangeville High School in 1946 and married his high school sweetheart Betty Jean Thompson on November 6th 1949 and continued working the farm with his father. The wedding was a double wedding with Betty Jeanís twin sister Anna Marie Thompson and John D. Lamb.

    Philip tried to enlist in the Army but was denied due to a health condition. Then in 1953 Philip received his draft notice and was inducted into the Army. After completing basic training at Fort Ord California, Philip was stationed at Camp Hanford, Washington and was assigned to support units of the Nike Ajax Missile Anti-Aircraft Artillery. It was a matter of pride with him that he and all three of his sons served in the Armed Forces of the United States.

    Philip and Betty Jean lived in Richland, Washington until Philip was discharged in 1955 after which they moved back to Grangeville and started their life of farming and ranching. They lived on a ranch north of Grangeville. During the winter Philip at times would get the dozer out and plow the road open for the school bus or pull the bus out of snow drifts. Philip went on many hunting and fishing trips into the Mackey Bar and Seven Devilís with his truck loaded with horses. In 1970 Philip and Betty Jean moved the family to the ranch south of Grangeville where Philip lived to his last day.

    In the late 1980ís Philip stopped grain farming and concentrated on cattle ranching. For many years Philip would take his dozer up to Snowhaven to plow the parking lot and sometimes drag the groomer off the hill. Philip also started his No-Till grass seeding where he seeded ground from Riggins to White Bird, across the Camas Prairie and above Kooskia.

    Philip was a long time member of Grangeville Elks Lodge #1825. Philip served as Exalted Ruler and as Northern Central Idaho District Deputy Grand Exalted Ruler. He enjoyed coaching the Lodgeís ritualistic teams very much. Philip was a member of the Grangeville United Methodist Church and a member of the Idaho County Cattlemenís Association and State Cattlemenís Association.

    He was preceded in death by his infant sister, Katherine, his parents Frank and Jennie Gregg, his beloved wife of 43 years Betty Jean and great grandson Logan.

    Philip is survived by his daughter Lenora of Grangeville, sons and daughters in law Douglas and Mellody of Lewiston ID, Eric and Donna of Payson AZ and Rob and Adrienne of Boise ID, brother Gene of Bellevue, WA and nephew John Lamb of Grangeville, ID. He is also survived by 9 grandchildren and 8 great grandchildren.

    Services will be Friday July 29th at 1030 AM at the Blackmer Funeral Home followed by burial at the Prairieview Cemetery, both in Grangeville,ID.

    Memorials in Philipís name can be made to Idaho Elkís Rehab Hospital care of Grant Jones, Development Director, 600 North Robbins Road, Boise, Idaho 83702 or Syringa Hospice, 607 W. Main, Grangeville ID 83530. Send condolences to the family to: Blackmerfuneralhome.com.
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  • [S14518] U.S. Census Illinois 1870, Joseph Douglas, Hamilton County, Township 6S, Range 6E, July 22, 1870, Page 12, Dweilling 90, Family 90, Ancestry.com Census Images, National Archives, Washington DC,
    Fred Schrewe, head, rent, white, male, age 30, married, stock, dry goods, born Louisiana, father born Louisiana, mother born Louisiana
    Emma Schrewe, wife, female, white, age 28, married, born Ohio, father born Ohio, mother born Ohio
    Olga Schrewe, daughter, female, white, age 7, born Louisiana, father born Louisiana, mother born Ohio
    George Trowbridge, father, male, white, age 52, house painter, born Ohio, father born Ohio, mother born Ohio
    Jessica Trowbridge, white, female, age 55, married, born Indiana, father born Indiana, mother born Indiana,.
  • [S14662] U.S. Census Illinois 1870, Albert Walters, Hamilton County, Township 6S Range 7E, July 18, 1870, Page 7, Dwelling 47, Family 47, Ancestry.com Census Images, National Archives, Washington DC,
    Fred Schrewe, head, rent, white, male, age 30, married, stock, dry goods, born Louisiana, father born Louisiana, mother born Louisiana
    Emma Schrewe, wife, female, white, age 28, married, born Ohio, father born Ohio, mother born Ohio
    Olga Schrewe, daughter, female, white, age 7, born Louisiana, father born Louisiana, mother born Ohio
    George Trowbridge, father, male, white, age 52, house painter, born Ohio, father born Ohio, mother born Ohio
    Jessica Trowbridge, white, female, age 55, married, born Indiana, father born Indiana, mother born Indiana,.
  • [S15152] U.S. Census Kentucky 1910, Samuel G Wilson, Warren County, Smiths Grove, April 20, 1910, Page 6A, Dweling 93, Family 95, Ancestry.com Census images, National Archives, Washington D.C.,.
  • [S15165] U.S. Census Illinois 1860, John Davis, Saline County, Township 7S Range 7W, June 11, 1860, Page 1, Dwelling 3, Household 3, Ancestry.com census images, National Archives, Washington DC,
    Surname listed as Davis.,.