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21701 Verbal info from GLADYS RICKEY GOETTLING at Gig Harbor, WA on 22 May 1988. Russell, James (I1024)
 
21702 Verbal info from GLADYS RICKEY GOETTLING at Gig Harbor, WA on 22 May 1988. Russell, Robert (I1025)
 
21703 Verbal info from GLADYS RICKEY GOETTLING at Gig Harbor, WA on 22 May 1988. Russell, William (I1026)
 
21704 Verbal info from GLADYS RICKEY GOETTLING at Gig Harbor, WA on 22 May 1988. Russell, Sandra Lee (I1027)
 
21705 Verbal info from GLADYS RICKEY GOETTLING`at Gig Harbor, WA on 22 May 1988. Jacques (I10401)
 
21706 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Scherer, Anna Grace (Adopted) (I24399)
 
21707 Verbal Info in telephone conversation with Richard Hawkins, 3575 Sunny Point Dr, Lake Havasu, AZ 86406 (rwhawk@rraz.net). Beardsley, Jay 1st HUSBAND (I24227)
 
21708 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Forest, Kelsey Elizabeth (I16616)
 
21709 Verbal; info from Claire R. Addison 23 Aug 2007. Valilla, Joe (I26237)
 
21710 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Thomas, Verona Valentine (I336)
 
21711 Very dear friend of our family Janeczek, Edna (I26309)
 
21712 Vet Admin Pension Card Index, LDS Microf #1635924; Army Widow #435014. Civil War Service: DAVID T., Pvt, H Co, 13 IA Vol Inf Regt. Widow named MARY F.

Dr DAVID TALMAGE RICKEY received a district school education in Ohio, and subsequently taught school for three terms. He then selected the profession of medicine as his calling and began its study in Linn Co, IA. He also studied in Cincinnati, OH, where he graduated in 1844. In 1845 he began practicing medicine in Cedar Co, IA. From 1848 to 1850 he practiced in Dubuque, IA, after which he was in Pella, IA for 5 years, being the first American physician there. He often rode 75 miles to visit patients. He practiced about a year in Montezuma, IA; then bought an unimproved farm in Timber Creek Twp, Marshall Co, IA and immediately began to improve it. He planted one of the first vineyards in Marshall Co. Later he removed to Marshalltown to practice medicine, being
one of the earliest physicians and the first dentist in Marshall Co. For 20 years, or until 1865, he practiced allopathy, and from then until his death in 1895, he practiced homeopathy medicine.
During the Civil War, Dr RICKEY enlisted in the Union Army in Sep 1863, and spent the first winter at the U. S. Hospital in Davenport, IA. In the spring he went into the field and joined the 13th IA Vol Infantry Regiment at Cairo, IL. On 14 Jul 1864, he was discharged at Chattahoochie, GA for disability. He joined the Army as a Private, but served as an Assistant Surgeon.
Dr RICKEY was married three times and became the father of 17 children.
In 1881, Dr DAVID RICKEY obtained a copy of the True Christian Religion, which caused a complete change of his views. He was a pioneer of the New Church (Swedenborgian) in Central Iowa. His funeral was held in the
Christian Church, Rev Adkins of the New Jerusalem Church officiating. He was laid to rest in Riverside Cemetery where (in 1895) 5 of his children were buried. The brothers of St Aldemar Commandery used the Masonic Ritual in the ceremonies.

Family Bible in possession of AVIS BROWN, 1504 140th Ave, Indianola, IA 50125

1855 IA State Census, Marion Co, Lake Prairie Twp, Pella, 516/521. 
Rickey, Dr David Talmage M.D. (I29)
 
21713 Veteran's Administration hospital Rickey, Raymond C (I25363)
 
21714 Vina Rickey Asche; Scioto County, Ohio
J. Asche (View posts) Posted: 2 May 2006 3:15PM GMT

Classification: Query
Surnames:
I would like to fill in some missing information on Vina Rickey whose first husband was Albert Asche. They married in Scioto County, Ohio (circa 1920?) and had two children. They later divorced.

I would like the divorce date for Vina and Albert and the name of Vina's second husband.

Our line descends from Albert and his second wife (Garnet Birch), and would very much like to fill in the missing info on Vina.

If you can help I sure would appreciate it. 
Birch, Garnet 2d WIFE (I26005)
 
21715 Waldeck Hospital De Pue, Dr Rea M.D. (I19268)
 
21716 Went to Mt Lawley T.T.C. with Moira Linda Bolt, he was also one
of two survivors of a triple birth 
Wiseman, Allan (I24988)
 
21717 widow Parsons, Osie Lucy (I5636)
 
21718 widow Rodgers, Mary L. (I11832)
 
21719 widow Rickey, Nellie Louise (I9849)
 
21720 Widow Rickey, Ida Dora (I27790)
 
21721 widowed Spicer, Euria Permelia (I5843)
 
21722 widowed Rickey, Margaret Maurine (I26618)
 
21723 Wife No 1 Howard, Mary (I27376)
 
21724 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Heywood, Lorraine (I25810)
 
21725 Will of Judge JOSEPH RICKEY dtd 4 May 1856 says this dau predeceased him. Rickey, Dorcus (I5770)
 
21726 William G. Rickey

March 21, 1941 – April 12, 2006

William G. Rickey, 65, Kokomo, died 2 p.m. Wednesday, April 12, 2006, at his home. He was born March 21, 1941, in Kokomo, a son of William G. and Theresa I. (Vigue) Rickey.

He was a graduate of Bloomfield Academy of Skowhegan, Maine, and served with the Army and the Air Force Reserve as a communications specialist. He retired from Chrysler Corporation after 33 years of service.

He loved farming, ham radios “W9CE,” flying his plane and riding his ATV and motorcycles with his brother and friends. He loved computers and discovering alternative healing. He was also a massage therapist.

Survivors include his brother, John E. and wife Mary L. Rickey, Kokomo; a sister, Jane A. Rickey, Kokomo; nieces and nephews, Wendy J. Foster and John E. Rickey Jr., both of Kokomo, Kimberly D. Rickey, Galveston, Bill and Dawn Foster, Sharpsville, and Randy and Dena Foster, Torrington, Conn.; several aunts, uncles and cousins of Skowhegan, Maine; and a very special friend, Louise Magoon, Lakewood, Maine.

Respecting his wishes, in lieu of funeral services, friends and family may call to celebrate his life from 2 to 4 p.m. today at 6652 E. 400 S., or phone (765) 628-7891. Arrangements were handled by Boyer Funeral Home in Sharpsville. 
Rickey, Kimberly D. (I26833)
 
21727 William G. Rickey

March 21, 1941 – April 12, 2006

William G. Rickey, 65, Kokomo, died 2 p.m. Wednesday, April 12, 2006, at his home. He was born March 21, 1941, in Kokomo, a son of William G. and Theresa I. (Vigue) Rickey.

He was a graduate of Bloomfield Academy of Skowhegan, Maine, and served with the Army and the Air Force Reserve as a communications specialist. He retired from Chrysler Corporation after 33 years of service.

He loved farming, ham radios “W9CE,” flying his plane and riding his ATV and motorcycles with his brother and friends. He loved computers and discovering alternative healing. He was also a massage therapist.

Survivors include his brother, John E. and wife Mary L. Rickey, Kokomo; a sister, Jane A. Rickey, Kokomo; nieces and nephews, Wendy J. Foster and John E. Rickey Jr., both of Kokomo, Kimberly D. Rickey, Galveston, Bill and Dawn Foster, Sharpsville, and Randy and Dena Foster, Torrington, Conn.; several aunts, uncles and cousins of Skowhegan, Maine; and a very special friend, Louise Magoon, Lakewood, Maine.

Respecting his wishes, in lieu of funeral services, friends and family may call to celebrate his life from 2 to 4 p.m. today at 6652 E. 400 S., or phone (765) 628-7891. Arrangements were handled by Boyer Funeral Home in Sharpsville. 
Vigue, Theresa I. (I26836)
 
21728 William G. Rickey

March 21, 1941 – April 12, 2006

William G. Rickey, 65, Kokomo, died 2 p.m. Wednesday, April 12, 2006, at his home. He was born March 21, 1941, in Kokomo, a son of William G. and Theresa I. (Vigue) Rickey.

He was a graduate of Bloomfield Academy of Skowhegan, Maine, and served with the Army and the Air Force Reserve as a communications specialist. He retired from Chrysler Corporation after 33 years of service.

He loved farming, ham radios “W9CE,” flying his plane and riding his ATV and motorcycles with his brother and friends. He loved computers and discovering alternative healing. He was also a massage therapist.

Survivors include his brother, John E. and wife Mary L. Rickey, Kokomo; a sister, Jane A. Rickey, Kokomo; nieces and nephews, Wendy J. Foster and John E. Rickey Jr., both of Kokomo, Kimberly D. Rickey, Galveston, Bill and Dawn Foster, Sharpsville, and Randy and Dena Foster, Torrington, Conn.; several aunts, uncles and cousins of Skowhegan, Maine; and a very special friend, Louise Magoon, Lakewood, Maine.

Respecting his wishes, in lieu of funeral services, friends and family may call to celebrate his life from 2 to 4 p.m. today at 6652 E. 400 S., or phone (765) 628-7891. Arrangements were handled by Boyer Funeral Home in Sharpsville. 
Rickey, John E. Sr (I26838)
 
21729 William G. Rickey

March 21, 1941 – April 12, 2006

William G. Rickey, 65, Kokomo, died 2 p.m. Wednesday, April 12, 2006, at his home. He was born March 21, 1941, in Kokomo, a son of William G. and Theresa I. (Vigue) Rickey.

He was a graduate of Bloomfield Academy of Skowhegan, Maine, and served with the Army and the Air Force Reserve as a communications specialist. He retired from Chrysler Corporation after 33 years of service.

He loved farming, ham radios “W9CE,” flying his plane and riding his ATV and motorcycles with his brother and friends. He loved computers and discovering alternative healing. He was also a massage therapist.

Survivors include his brother, John E. and wife Mary L. Rickey, Kokomo; a sister, Jane A. Rickey, Kokomo; nieces and nephews, Wendy J. Foster and John E. Rickey Jr., both of Kokomo, Kimberly D. Rickey, Galveston, Bill and Dawn Foster, Sharpsville, and Randy and Dena Foster, Torrington, Conn.; several aunts, uncles and cousins of Skowhegan, Maine; and a very special friend, Louise Magoon, Lakewood, Maine.

Respecting his wishes, in lieu of funeral services, friends and family may call to celebrate his life from 2 to 4 p.m. today at 6652 E. 400 S., or phone (765) 628-7891. Arrangements were handled by Boyer Funeral Home in Sharpsville. 
Rickey, William G. Jr (I26839)
 
21730 William G. Rickey

March 21, 1941 – April 12, 2006

William G. Rickey, 65, Kokomo, died 2 p.m. Wednesday, April 12, 2006, at his home. He was born March 21, 1941, in Kokomo, a son of William G. and Theresa I. (Vigue) Rickey.

He was a graduate of Bloomfield Academy of Skowhegan, Maine, and served with the Army and the Air Force Reserve as a communications specialist. He retired from Chrysler Corporation after 33 years of service.

He loved farming, ham radios “W9CE,” flying his plane and riding his ATV and motorcycles with his brother and friends. He loved computers and discovering alternative healing. He was also a massage therapist.

Survivors include his brother, John E. and wife Mary L. Rickey, Kokomo; a sister, Jane A. Rickey, Kokomo; nieces and nephews, Wendy J. Foster and John E. Rickey Jr., both of Kokomo, Kimberly D. Rickey, Galveston, Bill and Dawn Foster, Sharpsville, and Randy and Dena Foster, Torrington, Conn.; several aunts, uncles and cousins of Skowhegan, Maine; and a very special friend, Louise Magoon, Lakewood, Maine.

Respecting his wishes, in lieu of funeral services, friends and family may call to celebrate his life from 2 to 4 p.m. today at 6652 E. 400 S., or phone (765) 628-7891. Arrangements were handled by Boyer Funeral Home in Sharpsville. 
Rickey, John E. Jr (I26841)
 
21731 William G. Rickey

March 21, 1941 – April 12, 2006

William G. Rickey, 65, Kokomo, died 2 p.m. Wednesday, April 12, 2006, at his home. He was born March 21, 1941, in Kokomo, a son of William G. and Theresa I. (Vigue) Rickey.

He was a graduate of Bloomfield Academy of Skowhegan, Maine, and served with the Army and the Air Force Reserve as a communications specialist. He retired from Chrysler Corporation after 33 years of service.

He loved farming, ham radios “W9CE,” flying his plane and riding his ATV and motorcycles with his brother and friends. He loved computers and discovering alternative healing. He was also a massage therapist.

Survivors include his brother, John E. and wife Mary L. Rickey, Kokomo; a sister, Jane A. Rickey, Kokomo; nieces and nephews, Wendy J. Foster and John E. Rickey Jr., both of Kokomo, Kimberly D. Rickey, Galveston, Bill and Dawn Foster, Sharpsville, and Randy and Dena Foster, Torrington, Conn.; several aunts, uncles and cousins of Skowhegan, Maine; and a very special friend, Louise Magoon, Lakewood, Maine.

Respecting his wishes, in lieu of funeral services, friends and family may call to celebrate his life from 2 to 4 p.m. today at 6652 E. 400 S., or phone (765) 628-7891. Arrangements were handled by Boyer Funeral Home in Sharpsville. 
Rickey, Jane A. (I26843)
 
21732 William G. Rickey

March 21, 1941 ?? April 12, 2006

William G. Rickey, 65, Kokomo, died 2 p.m. Wednesday, April 12, 2006, at his home. He was born March 21, 1941, in Kokomo, a son of William G. and Theresa I. (Vigue) Rickey.

He was a graduate of Bloomfield Academy of Skowhegan, Maine, and served with the Army and the Air Force Reserve as a communications specialist. He retired from Chrysler Corporation after 33 years of service.

He loved farming, ham radios W9CE, flying his plane and riding his ATV and motorcycles with his brother and friends. He loved computers and discovering alternative healing. He was also a massage therapist.

Survivors include his brother, John E. and wife Mary L. Rickey, Kokomo; a sister, Jane A. Rickey, Kokomo; nieces and nephews, Wendy J. Foster and John E. Rickey Jr., both of Kokomo, Kimberly D. Rickey, Galveston, Bill and Dawn Foster, Sharpsville, and Randy and Dena Foster, Torrington, Conn.; several aunts, uncles and cousins of Skowhegan, Maine; and a very special friend, Louise Magoon, Lakewood, Maine.

Respecting his wishes, in lieu of funeral services, friends and family may call to celebrate his life from 2 to 4 p.m. today at 6652 E. 400 S., or phone (765) 628-7891. Arrangements were handled by Boyer Funeral Home in Sharpsville. 
Rickey, William G. Sr (I26834)
 
21733 Willis M. Rickey Jr. apparently changed his name to John Willis Rickey sometime between 1900 and 1910 Rickey, John Willis (I25282)
 
21734 Worked his entire working life, at the RN, Base & Workshops at Rosyth in the
Forth. 
Murray, George Louis (I24065)
 
21735 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Howard, Philip Kevin Rev (I2798)
 
21736 WW II Civilian Draft Registration #U2799, Mail address: RFD #2 (farm), Newark, New Castle, DE. (Ancestry on Internet). Rickey, John Francis (I19703)
 
21737 www.findagrave.com says: "GEORGE buried Long Island Nat Cem, NY". Rickey, George Edward (I22029)
 
21738 x!pp 129-140, "RICKEY CHAPTER" in "Genealogical History of DUPUY Family" by
Charles Dupuy, pub 1910 by Lippincott, Phila, PA.
!"Rickey Ancestry" by Thomas Butler, 1 May 1930; item 3, LDS FHL Microf 0522063 
Rickey, Anna Smith (I718)
 
21739 `!p283, vol 4, "Gen & Personal Memoirs of Worcester Co, MA" by Ellery Bicknell
Crane, pub 1907, Lewis Pub Co, NY & Chicago. 
Rickey, George Warren (I5398)
 

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