Elnora F Kuckenbaker, 19131966 (aged 53 years)

Name
Elnora F /Kuckenbaker/
Given names
Elnora F
Surname
Kuckenbaker
Married name
Elnora F /Stone/
Birth
July 7, 1913 28 20
Kalifornien
Latitude: 37 Longitude: -120
Address: California, USA
Death of a paternal grandfather
June 9, 1914 (aged 11 months)
Benton Township
Latitude: 37.671 Longitude: -94.006
Address: Benton Township, Cedar, Missouri, USA
Source: MyHeritage
Text: Sterbeurkunden aus Missouri, 1910 - 1960
Birth of a brother
November 6, 1917 (aged 4 years)
Laton
Latitude: 36.433 Longitude: -119.687
Address: Laton, Fresno County, California, USA
Source: Find A Grave
Birth of a sister
March 30, 1921 (aged 7 years)
Camden
Latitude: 36.431 Longitude: -119.798
Address: Camden, Fresno, California, USA
Source: Ancestry
Text: dshartgrove, Houston, Texas, USA
Burial of a paternal grandmother
1928 (aged 14 years)
Laton
Latitude: 36.433 Longitude: -119.687
Address: Oak Grove Cemetery, Laton, Fresno County (Fresno), California (Kalifornien), USA
Source: Find A Grave
Death of a paternal grandmother
Source: Find A Grave
Note: Nachruf

MRS. MARY F. KUCKENBAKER A good woman who has reared her family to lead honored l…
Nachruf

MRS. MARY F. KUCKENBAKER A good woman who has reared her family to lead honored lives, is Mrs. Mary F. Kuckenbaker, the widow of the late Charles Frederick
Kuckenbaker, the well-known Laton pioneer, and who resides at the old Kuckenbaker ranch of fifty acres five miles west of Laton, in comparative retirement, enjoying quietly the old pioneer house which was added to, from time to time and in happier years, to meet the exigencies of a new country and a growing family.

Her home, though simple and old-fashioned, is very cosy, and easily reveals the presence of an experienced and careful housekeeper. It was her lot to lose a noble son in the World War, and not long ago the companion for many years of her joys and sorrows also passed away. Beloved, however, by her children, of whom she has good cause to be proud, and highly esteemed by all who know her as a neighbor and a friend, Mrs. Kuckenbaker still has much to make her cheerful and happy.

She was born in Cedar County, Mo., about sixteen miles west of Stockton, the county seat, of parents who came to that state from Virginia. They pitched their tent in Cedar County, and were among its earliest settlers. Her father was J. C. Beydler, and he married Eliza Gouchenour who came, like himself, of German ancestry. Indeed, the grandparents of both families came from Germany and settled in Missouri about two years before the out-break of the Civil War, after which they moved to Illinois.

This change was necessary owing to their sympathy with the anti-slave movement. At the close of the war, however, they returned to Missouri, where the parents had homesteaded, and there our subject grew up.

While in Missouri she was married to Mr. Kuckenbaker, a native of Germany, who was reared and educated in Missouri, and who was only eight years old when his parents came to America; and years after her marriage, she came, in June, 1897, to California. Seven of Mr. and Mrs. Kuckenbaker's children were born in Missouri, while the two youngest were born in California. Effie Elsie Lee, the eldest, died in Missouri when she was two years, seven months and fourteen days old. John Noah, a rancher, married Miss Grace Sands, of Laton, and owns a ranch near that town, and has been very successful, and having no children of his own, he is rearing an orphan boy, known as Russell Kuckenbaker, whom he adopted and who is now in the grammar school. George owns two ranches west of Laton, and shares the fruits of his labors with his good wife, who was Hattie Sands before her marriage, and is the mother of three children Harold, Elnora and a baby boy. Josie is the wife of Guy Whitney: they have two children, Esther and Dorothy, and they own eighty acres near Laton. Clyde married Alice Cummings of that town, and resides near-by, a rancher, the father of two children. Homer and Wilbur. Crafton is a farmer owning twenty acres and renting 200 acres of the Hancock Ranch, and he married Amanda Bristol, by whom he has had one baby, Virginia. Lester Emery enlisted in the service of his country, and died at the Rocky Ford aviation school near San Diego, on March 8, 1917, unmarried, in his twenty-first year. Isaac Nathan, nineteen years of age, works on a ranch but is included in the honor roll of the draft. Olen Howard, the ninth and youngest born, is seventeen years old and is at home.

It was about the beginning of this century when Mr. Kuckenbaker bought the fifty acres which his widow now rents to a resident tenant, and which is a part of the famous Laguna de Tache grant; and about 1912 he went to Old Mexico and bought some 300 acres of land to which he expected to bring his family when the revolution there had ceased. He was driven out. however, with five hundred other Americans and arriving at Missouri, was vaccinated. Tragic to relate, blood-poisoning set in ; his arm turned black, and he who had so long labored as an exemplary American citizens, valuable to every community in which he had lived and toiled, fell a victim to a disorder that has long been a blot on North American civilization. On June 8, 1912, he passed away, in his sixty-fifth year. In addition to the desirable estate five miles west of Laton, and south of the
Riverdale and Laton Road, now known as Mt. Whitney Avenue. Mrs. Kuckenbaker owns 120 acres in Cedar County, Mo., and this property is also managed with characteristic good judgment.
Birth of a sister
May 13, 1930 (aged 16 years)
Fresno County
Latitude: 36.75 Longitude: -119.65
Source: Ancestry
Text: Sammlung Geburtenindex Kalifornien, 1905–1995
Death of a father
January 25, 1941 (aged 27 years)
Kings County
Latitude: 36.167 Longitude: -119.763
Address: Kings County, California, USA
Marriage of a brother
October 11, 1943 (aged 30 years)
Bexar County
Latitude: 29.45 Longitude: -98.52
Address: Bexar, Texas, USA
Source: Find A Grave
Marriage of a brother
March 8, 1950 (aged 36 years)
Kings County
Latitude: 36.07 Longitude: -119.81
Address: Kings County, California, USA
Source: Ancestry
Text: dshartgrove, Houston, Texas, USA
Death
July 18, 1966 (aged 53 years)
Kings County
Latitude: 36.07 Longitude: -119.81
Address: Kings County, California, USA
Family with parents
father
mother
elder sister
19091911
Birth: January 1, 1909 24 15 Kalifornien
Death: May 29, 1911Lemoore
2 years
elder brother
19111997
Birth: April 23, 1911 26 18 Laton
Death: December 3, 1997Kings County
2 years
herself
19131966
Birth: July 7, 1913 28 20 Kalifornien
Death: July 18, 1966Kings County
4 years
younger brother
Clifford N Kuckenbaker
19172003
Birth: November 6, 1917 33 24 Laton
Death: June 29, 2003Laton
3 years
younger sister
19211997
Birth: March 30, 1921 36 28 Camden
Death: March 6, 1997Marysville
younger sister
Private
younger sister
Private
younger sister
19302016
Birth: May 13, 1930 45 37 Fresno County
Death: May 17, 2016
younger sister
Private