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E. Murrell Byard, 64

CHESTER -E. Murrell Byard, 64, of Chester, W.Va; passed away Saturday,
February 18, 2012.

He was born March 4, 1947 in Middlebourne, W.Va; a son of the late George and Sarah (Neff) Byard.

Murrell was the owner and operator of Byard's Auto Body and he built and owned classic Mustangs.

In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by two brothers, Donald and Robert Byard and two sisters, Sarah and Mary Byard.

Surviving are his wife of 43 years, Mary (Booth) Byard of Chester; a son, Emuil Byard Jr. of Chester and a daughter , Lisa Wildman Byard of Mississippi; two sisters, Irene Diaz of Chester and Penny Campbell of New Cumberland; three brothers, James Byard of California, Tim Byard of Weirton and Joe Byard of New Cumberland.

Visitation will be held on Tuesday from 6-8 p.m and Wednesday from 2-4 and 6-8 p.m., at the Nixon Funeral Home in Newell, where funeral service will be held at 11 a.m. on Thursday, February 23, 2012. Burial will follow at Shadow Lawn Memory Gardens, Newell, W.Va.
 
BYARD, Emuil Murrell (I11887)
 
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"Schuyler Lake---Karl K. Byard, 78, former owner and operator of
General Herkimer Farms, one of the largest dairy and hop farms in this area, died yesterday in Bassett Hospital, Cooperstown. Born and educated in the Oakville area, he joined his brother, Jesse, in operating the farm in 1912. They joined the Holstein-Friesian Association of America in 1927. AFTER JESSE'S DEATH in 1945, James J. Byard III of Oneonta, a cousin, became Mr. Byard's partner in the farm business. Mr. Byard retired in 1959. He was a member of the Otsego County Farm Bureau and the Fly Creek Cooperative Association. Mr. Byard leaves no immediate family ... Burial will be in Schuyler Lake Cemetery. Calling hours are today." ["Daily Press" (Utica, NY)]
 
BYARD, Karl Kenneth (I13103)
 
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Age: 15

Marriage to Augustus Byard
Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
1st husband, must be divorced. He shows up on later census with new
wife & child ecord title: Pennsylvania, Philadelphia Marriage Indexes, 1885-1951 groom's name: Augustus Byard bride's name: Burkett marriage license year: 1904 license number: 17739 
BURKETT, Henrietta Lewis (I14543)
 
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Mike Hamilton
14 November at 14:19 · Edited
Mom turns 86 in a week (11/21) A few people have asked for her address
so they can send her a birthday card, so I thought I would post it on here. She loves receiving mail and to have us read it to her. If anyone would like to take the time to send her a card, she would love it.
Tonganoxie Nursing Center
Loretta Hamilton
1010 East Street
Tonganoxie, KS 66086 
BYARD, Loretta Louise (I14539)
 
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Telephone Interview, Christine Silvestrini, December 29, 1995: "My
husband, Leo, and I met when I moved from Tennessee to Arcata, California, in 1930 and met his sisters. They introduced us and we were married in 1937. Leo and I worked on our Jersey dairy in Arcata until we moved to Durham in 1951. We bought 28 acres from Roy W. and Hazel Welborn, who had bought the land from Mr. Newman. When we moved here we were told that Mr. Newman had planted the entire ranch to peaches, and there were, near the house, two trees which still bore fruit when we first moved here."

"We trucked our cows up from Arcata and gradually added some Holsteins, milking at one time about 40 head. We sold our milk to Carnation Company in Chico, and retired from the dairy business in 1974. During the intervening years we added to our original acreage of 28 by buying a 13-acre portion from Mr. Gates, and another 27 acres from John Taresh on the south side of the Hubbs place [Allotment 99, Ed.], and did some beef cattle farming. We had a total of 68 acres, but sold all but five acres to Rodney Peterson in 1974, who has planted it to almonds. Of our remaining five-acre piece, we planted three acres to almonds as well, and have retained the barn, the original house, and a small apartment which we built for a milker quite a long time ago."

"The original house was, as we were told by Mrs. Hubbs, at least 60 years old when we moved into it in 1951. Mr. Newman had added a porch, which was enclosed by Mr. Welborn, who also added a concrete foundation and service porch. Much of the building material was redwood lumber and it is well built. We were told that the house was part of the Stanford Ranch headquarters..."

Family links:
Spouse:
Leo Silvestrini (1911 - 2000)* 
BYARD, Mary Christine (I11944)
 
6 address as Frank. As Laura W. Kellogg Byard did not die until much later, it appears that Frank and Laura must have divorced between the 1930 census and 1942.( Florence W. Byard died in 1982) BYARD, Frank Hollis (I14833)
 
7 "Died: 16 Nov 1919, Newburg. Bur: Eureka. Born: 10 Aug 1906, California. Moth: ? Fath: Arthur Byard. School boy. Cause (of death): Accidental shot gun wound."

Source:

Humboldt County Abstracts of Death Records, 1873-1925

Compiled by Marilyn Keach Milota, January 1993.

Byardsearcher added this on 18 Apr 2011

Humboldt Times newspaper
Quail Hunt Ends in Death of 13 year old Hunter - James Byard of Fortuna Is Accidentally Killed When His Gun Is Discharged In Dense Brush

FORTUNA NOV 17-While forging his way through the heavy brush in search of quail early Sunday afternoon-James, the 13-year-old son of Mr and Mrs Arthur Byard of Fortuna, in some manner accidently discharged the shotgun he was carrying, received a shocking wound in the right side from which he died 15 minutes later.
Young Byard left his home shortly after noon Sunday and joined a neighbor, James MacGinnis and his ?? year old son, Albert who were setting out on a quail hunt in the vicinity of Newburg. Several hours were spent in the search of game and shortly before 3 o’clock the party decided to return home. While but a short distance on the way, Byard announced to his companions that he was going down to the creek as he had previously noted several times a flock of quail under a Willow tree overhanging the stream. This was agreeable to MacGinnis, who told the lad he would meet him lower down.
According to MacGinnis, young Byard was about 60 feet away from him and his son, making his way along the bank through the thick brush when he heard the discharge of the gun carried by the youth and his plaintive cry “I am shot.” MacGinnis hastily made his way to the boy, at the same time dispatching his son to the railroad track where he had noticed Oscar Olsen and Peter Lee, two employees of the E. J. Dodge Lumber Company, instructing the boy to secure their assistance.
When MacGinnis reached young Byard he was still breathing but unable to speak. He immediately carried the stricken lad out to the open. In the meantime, Olsen and Lee, in the response to the cries of the elder Mac Ginnis and the summons of his son had arrived on the scene and leaving the youth in their charge MacGinnis hastened to the residence of the boy's aunt, Mrs. James Trainor with whom he made his home. From there he telephoned for medical assistance and then returned to the scene of the accident. With assistance of Olsen and Lee he carried the young Byard to the Trainor home. The youth expiring before the house was reached.
At the inquest, which was held here yesterday morning by coroner Henry A H???? and which resulted in the verdict of accidental death, it developed that earlier in the day Mrs. Trainor had refused to let the boy have his father’s shotgun. An style to gauge hammer gun. Shortly before he set out with the MacGinniss’ he returned to the house and informed his aunt that Mr. MacGinnis had sent him for the gun. Upon this representation, Mrs. Trainor let him have the weapon. According to young MacGinnis, when Byard left the house he had two shells in his possession. At the barn on the premises he secured two more, having previously hidden them away. According to MacGinnis and the other witnesses no one had ever seen him with a gun before and it was evident the lad was entirely unfamiliar with the use of firearms.
At the moment the weapon was discharged, the youth was out of sight of MacGinnis and his son. Consequently, there was no testimony as to how the accident actually occurred.
When the shell was exploded Byard was making his way down the hill and the conclusion by those who heard the testimony was that he must have dropped the gun. The heavy charge of quail shot tore away the muscle of his right arm midway between the elbow and the shoulder, and then entering his side penetrating to the lung causing an internal hemorrhage from which death resulted within a few minutes.
The unfortunate boy was the only child of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Byard and for some time past had been making his home at the ranch of his aunt, Mrs. Trainor. The funeral will be held in Fortuna.
 
BYARD, James Alexander (I13783)
 
8 "Friends regret to learn of the death of Mrs. Julia Byard of Fly Creek, formerly of Schuyler Lake, which occurred at the Bassett Hospital at Cooperstown Sunday morning from hardening of the arteries and heart disease. She was born August 24, 1861, daughter of William Hutchings and Etta Howland of Cooperstown. She was twice married, her first husband being Stewart Judd and her second husband was Joshua Byard who died some time ago. She leaves one son by her first marriage, Lutie Judd, and one half-sister, Mrs. John B. Hooker of Fly Creek. The funeral was held at Fly Creek." ("The Richfield Springs Mercury," Thurs., July 27, 1933, Page Two)
 
HUTCHINGS, Julia (I9300)
 
9 "RICHFIELD SPRINGS - Leon L. Byard, 71, died in his home in Richfield, January 18, 1948. He had been under treatment for heart disease for some time. He was born November 19, 1876, in Oakesville, a son of Joshua and Elizabeth Fearn Byard. He married Paulina Green, Burlington Flats, in West Winfield in 1928. Most of his life was spent at Schuyler Lake until he moved to Richfield 25 years ago. He purchased the Willard Palmer farm 12 years ago. He was a member of the Universalist Church at Schuyler Lake. Surviving are his wife, one daughter, Miss Pauline Byard; two sons, Squire and Carl, all living at home; three brothers, Charles, Earl and Carl, all of Schuyler Lake, and two nephews ... Burial will be in Schuyler Lake Cemetery in the spring." ["The Otsego Farmer & Republican" (Cooperstown, NY), Fri., Jan. 23, 1948, Page Seven] BYARD, Leon Leoland (I13237)
 
10 "Russell Byard died Wednesday of last week at the Leone Nursing home in Hartwick where he had been a patient for the past six weeks. He had resided at Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Beck's for the past few years. Mr. Byard was born May 16, 1857 in the town of Milford, a son of Thomas and Elizabeth Byard. He married Phoebe Pratt, who died January 19, 1924. He had operated different farms in this vicinity, and was also engaged in lumbering for much of his life. Funeral services were held Friday at the Tillapaugh Funeral home here, with the Rev. Philip N. Pitcher, pastor of the Methodist church officiating, with burial in the Hartwick Seminary cemetery. He is survived by one brother, William P. Byard, formerly of Milford, but now residing in Oneonta." ["The Otsego Farmer & Republican" (Cooperstown, NY), Fri., Dec. 18, 1953, Page Six]
 
BYARD, Russell H. (I14961)
 
11 "SCHUYLER LAKE - We have to report the death of another of our old residents for Mrs. Julia Ferns Byard has passed away. She was a daughter of the late John Ferns. She was born March 2, 1847, and nearly her entire life was spent here. Her first husband was Charles H. Newkirk, who died December 4, 188_ after which she resided with her father until her marriage to Joshua Byard about seven years ago. The death of her father soon followed. For a few years past they have lived on a farm about two and one-half miles south of here ... Beside her husband she leaves her sisters, Mrs. W. B. Newkirk and Mrs. Horace Beadle, also one brother, Joseph Ferns, and many nephews and nieces." ["The Otsego Farmer" (Cooperstown, NY), Jan. 29, 1904, p. 8] FEARN, Julia Ann (I13228)
 
12 "Squire J. Byard, a highly respected and life-long resident of this locality, died Thursday night, December 20, at the home of his brother, Jesse A. Byard at Schuyler Lake, where he had gone to spend the Winter owing to poor health. He had been ill for the past year and a half suffering from a complication of diseases. He was a son of Joshua and Elizabeth (Ferns) Byard and was born December 18, 1867, and about 40 years ago was married to Florence Bliss who died 3 1/2 years go. He leaves, besides the brother mentioned, four other brothers, Earl and Carl of Schuyler Lake, Leon of Richfield Springs and Charles of Portlandville; also several cousins, among them is James J. Byard, Jr., of Oneonta. Funeral was held Sunday at 2 p. m. from the brother's home. Reverend Charles Kramer officiated. Burial in village cemetery." ("Richfield Springs Mercury," Thurs., Dec. 27, 1934)
 
BYARD, Squire J (I13114)
 
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Descendents appear in AUS Byard file
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BYARD, Clement (I2586)
 
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Extensive family in AUS Byard family tree file
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BYARD, Jabez (I2585)
 
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Extensive family to be found in my AUS Byard Family Tree file
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BYARD, James (I2582)
 
16 -Register-Guard
Eugene, Oregon
January 20, 2013

Ellen L. Bush (1915-2012)

A Celebration of Ellen's Life will be held at Camp Harlow in the Fireside Room, 3850 Country Farm Road in Eugene on Monday, January 21, 2013 at 4:30 PM. She passed away on December 31, 2012 at the age of 97 years. Ellen was born to John & Rosetta (Maurer) Byard on April 17th, 1915 in Little River, Kansas. She was the youngest of eleven children. Ellen attended grade school in Mitchell, Kansas and graduated from Lyons High School in Lyons, Kansas. She worked as a waitress in Little River and then moved to Olympia, Washington where she met and married Harold D. Bush. They had two daughters together. Harold and Ellen later moved to Southern California to raise their family. She worked hard her entire life and was employed by Hughes Aircraft, North American, Frito Lay and Encino Hospital. She was loved by all.

Ellen is survived by her daughter Dixie Lee Sult of Eugene, OR, her grandchildren Ashleigh Ayn, Austin Taylor, Dallas Dakota, Nikkol Kaitlyn Sult and Sherrie Ellen Grahmann; her great-grandchildren: Sierra Ellen and Dakota Dean Grahmann. Ellen was preceded in death by her husband Harold Dean Bush on February 12, 1997 and her daughter Judy Ann (Bush) Grahmann {Judy Grahmann Osmond} who died of a heart attack on December 26, 2000 at the age of 53.

Ellen was a wonderful, caring, giving wife and mother. She will be forever missed in our hearts and souls!

Arrangements by Sunset Hills Funeral Home in Eugene, OR.

Family links:
Parents:
John Henry Byard (1861 - 1936)
Rosetta Salome Maurer Byard (1870 - 1945)

Spouse:
Harold Dean Bush (1925 - 1997)

Burial:
Eagle Point National Cemetery
Eagle Point
Jackson County
Oregon, USA

Created by: KarenK.
Record added: Jan 10, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 103358710 
BYARD, Ellen Lucille (I14051)
 
17 1900 with adoptve parent Osman TENNANT b c 1842 BYARD, Mary (I14743)
 
18 1st Marriage Family F5823
 
19 2nd marriage Family F5824
 
20 33 years 10 months. Wife of Calvin Dodge BYARD, Dollie Pearl (I8912)
 
21 4 Months BYARD, Louis (I9411)
 
22 424/000203 Family F2566
 
23 A lifelong resident of Indianapolis, Wendy graduated from the Atterbury Job Corps Center as a certified heavy equipment operator and loved the outdoor physically demanding work. In July of 2007 she was diagnosed with stage 4 Inflammatory Breast Cancer.

Survivors include her sons, AJ and Jaylen, mother, Debby (Tom) Poulsen and father, Dale (Jenny) Byard, and family members too many to list.

Note: Services entrusted to Flanner and Buchanan. 
BYARD, Wendy Marie (I9428)
 
24 A painfully sudden death occurred on Monday morning at the Adelaide Steamship Company's office, Port Adelaide. Mr. Alfred John Byard, a clerk employed by the company, at 9.5 a.m. fell to the floor and expired. About 10 minutes previously Mr. A. J. Bampton, a fellow clerk, spoke to deceased, and asked him how he was getting on. Deceased replied that he had been absent a week from business owing to illness, and said his heart was not 'too good,' and had been troubling him all the previous week. Dr. Muirhead, who was summoned immediately Mr. Byard was seen to fall, examined him and pronounced life extinct. The body was removed to the Morgue. The Coroner, who was notified, considered an inquest unnecessary. Deceased was a married man, aged 33 years, and resided at South Terrace, Semaphore. BYARD, Alfred John (I6329)
 
25 According to the Sedgwick-Brooklin Historical Society Newsletter - Winter 2005-2006 Edition, in about 1890, the Sedgwick Comedy Company presented two plays, starting at 7:30 p.m. at the Riverside Hall. The first play was "the popular drama" in three acts, entitled "My Brother's Keeper" and the evening was to conclude with a two-act play entitled "Out in the Streets"....billed as a "renowned play." The Admission fee was 25 cents (12 or under cost 10 cents) but for 10 cents more, you could have a reserved seat. The playbill for the evening's entertainment stated that you needed to "COME EARLY TO AVOID THE CROWD." Two of the Sedgwick actors in both plays that night were George M. Byard and a young woman "Miss Alice E. Eaton." Because George and Alice married at the end of Dec. in 1889, Miss Alice was no longer a “Miss” in 1890 so it’s likely that the play took place in the late 1880s and maybe even in 1889 so that George and Alice rehearsed together so often that they fell in love!
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F ound through a Google book search:
Arrington, Benjamin F. 1922. Municipal History of Essex County in Massachusetts. New York: Lewis Historical Pub. Co., p. 272
In Sedgwick, after leaving school, George went to work for his father, James Pearl Byard, who owned a general store in Sedgwick. In 1890, George moved to Haverhill, MA and went into partnership with a Mr. Atherton; their business was known as "Atherton and Byard."
In 1918 George withdrew from the partnership and in 1919 he went into business for himself, dealing in auto sales and supplies. In 1921, he moved his business to No. 15 Essex Street in Haverhill where he had "ample salesroom and garage space." Mr. Arrington wrote that George was well known and had a good reputation as a businessman.
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And for a bit more news about George and Alice, you can read this:
http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users /b/y/a/Barclay-L-Byard/WEBSITE-0001/UHP-0007.html
 
BYARD, George Means (I11175)
 
26 ADDR: CONC (widower).
 
BYARD, Olive (I1457)
 
27 Age 44 BYARD, Sarah (I16678)
 
28 Age 84, of Wintersville, Ohio went to be with his Lord on Wednesday, April 22, 2009.
He was born July 28, 1924 in Hundred, WV a son of the late John W. and Lillian G. Keffer Byard.
John was a graduate of Kentucky Christian College and was an ordained minister for 44 years providing pastoral care to four churches.
He was a World War II veteran serving in the Army Air Corp., a school bus driver for Indian Creek School District for over 30 years, a former trustee of Cross Creek Township and managed the Steubenville Pier Airport from 1970 - 1983.

Preceding John in death were his wife, Betty L. Schankweiler on March 18, 1997; two sons, Daniel K. and Stephen P. Byard; brother, Charles Byard and sister, Loretta King.

Surviving are his children, Rev. John M. (Brenda) Byard of Vanceburg, KY, Loretta (Edward) Samblanet of Vermilion, OH, James F. (Sheila) Byard of Wintersville, OH and Stephen T. (Darlene) Byard of Wintersville, OH;
17 grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren.

Friends may call at Dunlope- Shorac Funeral Home, Wintersville Sunday 2 - 4 and 7 - 9 p.m. where a service will be held Monday 11 a.m. with his son Rev. John M. Byard officiating. Burial at Fort Laurens Cemetery Bolivar, OH. Memorial donations may be directed to Steubenville Urban Mission. Offer condolences at www.shorac.com.
Dunlope-Shorac Funeral Home, 740-264-0563 
BYARD, Revd John Davis (I10498)
 
29 Age given as 76 BYARD, Charlotte (I1241)
 
30 Age: 19
Date Enrolled: 1864/05/12
Where Enrolled: Lawrenceburg, Indiana
Regiment: 139
Company: C
Discharge Date: 1864/10/06 
BYARD, Theodore H. (I10628)
 
31 Aged 15 BYARD, Annie (I1906)
 
32 Aged 16 BYARD, Denise Mary (I1526)
 
33 aged 16m BYARD, James (I9328)
 
34 Aged 17 months BYARD, Annie (I1932)
 
35 Aged 18 months BYARD, Rupert Edwin Rooke (I6296)
 
36 Aged 2 months BYARD, Francis William (I727)
 
37 Aged 21 months BYARD, Charlotte (I1919)
 
38 Aged 29y 6m ?d when she died BYARD, Julia Ann (I11767)
 
39 Aged 35 BYARD, David Ronald (I1678)
 
40 Aged 4 BYARD, Bertha (I1260)
 
41 aged 99 ALLEN, Nellie (I2110)
 
42 Aged; 76y 11m 3d at death TOMLIN, Louisa (I11813)
 
43 Alberta Byard, 74, Clarksville, died Monday, June 15, 2009, at Gateway Medical Center.
The funeral will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday at McReynolds-Nave & Larson Chapel with Rev. David Mackens officiating. Burial will be in Keesee Cemetery.
Visitation will be from 2-8 p.m. Wednesday and from 11 a.m. until the hour of service Thursday at the funeral home.

She was born September 14, 1934 in Clarksville and was the daughter of the late Clifton and Bessie Settle Potter.
Mrs. Byrad retired from United Rubber Workers and was a member of Pleasant View Baptist Church.

She is survived by
her husband, A.B. "Buck" Byard;
children, James Ray (Gail) Byard,
Carla Lynne Nicholson,
Rob (Kim) Byard,
Sandra (Ronnie Joe) Bryant,
grandchildren, Buck Daniel Byard, Markus Byard, Donald Black, Will Black, Morgan Nicholson, Madison Nicholson, Robyn Byard, Levi Byard, Mackenzie Byard, Lindsey Augustine;
great-grandchild, Toby Byard.

Pallbearers will be Timmy Jones, Anthony Black, Cody Tatum, Dale Bandy, Andy Allsion and Chris Blackwell. Honorary pallbearers will be grandchildren. 
POTTER, Alberta (I11710)
 
44 Albuquerque Journal - November 18, 2003

Dale L. Byard passed away November 16, 2003. He was born in Macon, Illinois, served in the US Army during WWII, and retired from Kirtland Air Force Base in 1973. Dale was an owner, manager and investor of Real Estate Properties, and a lifetime member of the DAV Post #3. He was preceded in death by his wife and partner of 27 years, Evelyn Al Byard; and is survived by his children, Michael Byard of Daytona Beach, FL. Richard Silva and wife, Pearl of North Dakota, Elizabeth Smith and husband, Chris of Ruidoso; grandchildren, Dan Byard, Beth and Dale Jr. Byard, Rick, Tony, and Carlos Silva, Kendall and Kendra King; numerous great-grandchildren; other family and friends who loved and will miss him. A Visitation will be held in the Chapel of Direct Funeral Services on Wednesday, November 19, 2003 at 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Burial will follow at the Santa Fe National Cemetery at 1:30 p.m. Arrangements by Direct Funeral Services, 2919 4th ST. NW. ABQ. 505-343-8008. 
BYARD, Dale Leo (I14465)
 
45 ALEXANDRIA -- Robert King Byard left on his final voyage June 14, 1996. This time there was no Navy band playing

Anchors Aweigh'' but, as in all of his deployments, bidding him farewell was his sweetheart Dorothy who was his wife of 59 years, and his beloved daughter, Connie Hindmarsh.

After spending his boyhood as a farmer in Huntsville, Ala., where he was born in 1910, Bob joined the U.S. Navy in 1928. There he proudly served his country for 30 years. He rose from a sailor to an officer, fought in two wars, World War II and Korea, and sailed around the world several times on the USS Ships Saratoga, Biddle, Vincennes, Mankato, Chemung and Valley Forge CV3. 
BYARD, Robert King (I10385)
 
46 Alice Elizabeth BYARD :
Obituary Published in the Edinburgh Evening News and Scotsman Publications on 25th June 2009 (Distributed in Scotland)

BYARD Alice Elizabeth (Betty) (Edinburgh / Prestwick, Ayrshire) Peacefully, at Strachan House Care Home, Edinburgh, on Tuesday, June 23, aged 87, Betty, beloved wife of the late Walter Sydney Byard and much loved mother of April, June, Garth and Gillian and greatly loved grandmother of Jo, Colin, Victoria, Alex, Katherine, William and Helen. She will be sorely missed. Funeral service at Oakvale Funeral Home, 106 Whitehouse Loan, Edinburgh, EH9 1BD on Tuesday, June 30, at 10 am and interment thereafter at Currie Cemetery at 11.15 approximately, to which all family and friends are invited.

Read more at: http://announce.jpress.co.uk/edinburgh-evening-news-and-scotsman-publications/obituary/2318392 
CHAMBERLAIN, Alice Elizabeth (I3564)
 
47 Alice's father was Capt. Hiram Blodgett, b. in Brooksville on 27 Jun 1854 and died at sea in 1892 and his wife was Annie Jones, b. Nov. 1849 and d. in 1828.

Family links:
Spouse:
Edward James Byard (1872 - 1969)

Children:
John L Byard (1907 - 1973)*

*Calculated relationship

Burial:
Forest Home Cemetery
Sargentville
Hancock County
Maine, USA 
BLODGETT, Alice Smith (I10401)
 
48 All of the censuses suggest that 1895 is the correct year BYARD, Clarence Martin (I10718)
 
49 American Herald Newspaper - http://www.mnopltd.com/jean/ Susan was "ofVerona" Family F5158
 
50 Ancestry.coim - Maine Marriage Records, 1705-1922

When Frances' daughter married John Lane, Frances' name was shown as "Fanny M. Bayard."

Frances' own father's surname was spelled Bayard when a notice of his death was printed in the Lewiston Evening Journal, stating that he belonged to an old family, meaning the Bayards who arrived in this country in the mid-1600s. Also, Frances' youngest sister, Nellie, gave her son, Edson, the middle name of Bayard. I didn't know that Frances' nickname was Fanny but it appears that it was.

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1850 US Census for Sedgwick, Hancock County, Maine - August 13, 1850

Frances, 17 years old, was living with her parents and attended school.

1860 U. S. Federal Census for Sedgwick, Hancock, Maine - June 19, 1860

Frances was a married woman, keeping house for her husband and two little children. Someone wrote to me long ago and said Frances and Samuel had a little boy, named Frederick A. Herrick, born in 1854 but that he died the next year. I've lost that e-mail and can't verify the information.

1870 U.S. Federal Census for Sedgwick, Hancock, Maine - July 2, 1870

Frances, age 37, was keeping house for her family. Her two children were still living at home.

1880 U.S. Federal Census for Sedgwick, Hancock, Maine

Frances, age 47, was keeping house. Her daughter, Fannie, was living at home and was employed as a school teacher. Frances' son, Fred, was away, attending Colby "University" as the census-taker wrote it.

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1900 United States Federal Census for Sedgwick, Hancock, Maine - 11 Jun 1900

Francis, age 67 and head of the household, stated that she could read and write, was now a widow and owned her own home. Fannie was living with her.

At the age of 77, ten years later, Francis was living in Sedgwick with her daughter, Fannie, and Fannie's husband, John Lane, who was called the head of the household. Frances had her own income and stated that she'd given birth to three children but only two were still alive.

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Maine Death Records, 1617-1922 Record for Frances M Herrick

Frances, age 85 years and four months, died in Sedgwick where she'd been born and had lived all of those 85 years. Her occupation was shown as "Lady" which I assume means (in our modern-day language) "Lady of Leisure." Financially she was never forced to support herself after the death of her husband. The causes of death were "Age" and "La Grippe."

I was curious what "La Grippe" meant since I'd seen other deaths in Hancock County where this strange phrase was shown to be the cause of deaths. This is what I found:

http://virus.stanford.edu/uda/

The Flu epidemic of 1918-1919 (known as "Spanish Flu" or "La Grippe") killed between 20 and 40 million people world-wide; a "global disaster." Poor Frances!

Frances' only son, Dr. Fred Herrick who lived in Brooklin, was the physician reporting her death. She was buried in Sedgwick Rural Cemetery on April 26, 1918.

I would think that Frances died in the home of her daughter and son-in-law. Dr. Fred may have been her attending doctor during her final days. The Undertaker, B. O. Dollard, also lived in Brooklin.

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http://www.rootsweb.com/~mesedgwi/sextonslist.htm

"The information which follows was copied in January 1948 from the original Sedgwick Rural Cemetery Sexton's List, by Helen B. Sargent, of Washington, D. C. for the National Society D. A. R. Library.

The list contains a record of burials in the Rural Cemetery, and is useful to researchers because it includes people for whom there are no headstones."

Frances "Harrick" is shown buried on 26 Apr 1918.

Byardsearcher added this on 7 Aug 2011 
BYARD, Frances "Fanny" Maria (I12282)
 
51 Ancestry.com

1850 US Census for Sedgwick, Hancock County, Maine - August 13, 1850

James, age 11, was living at home and attending school in Sedgwick

1860 U. S. Federal Census for Sedgwick, Hancock, Maine - June 19, 1860

James lived with his parents and was employed as a sailor.

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U.S., Civil War Draft Registrations Records, 1863-1865 - July 1, 1863

Bolinas, Marin County, California

James, age 25 and single, was in Bolinas with his older brother George who was now married and living in Bolinas. On the Draft Registration, James was listed as a mariner. I don't know if these two brothers sailed to California together or if George had arrived first and then asked James to come visit. Both brothers were listed as Class I, "subject to do military duty between the ages of twenty and thirty-five years...." I haven't found any records to show that they actually served as soldiers during the Civil War.

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1870 United States Federal Census Record for Sedgwick - July 2, 1870

James, age 31, was listed as "a retail merchant" who seems to have done quite well financially. He stated his real estate value was $2,000 and his personal estate was $3,500. It was probably at this time that he and his brother-in-law, Capt. Samuel Herrick, were co-owners of the Herrick and Byard Store in Sedgwick.

My notes: The property next to theirs, on one side, was the home of Rufus Cole and his family and on ther other side of Rufus lived James' sister, Frances and her husband Samuel Herrick.

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Selected U.S. Federal Census Non-Population Schedules, 1850-1880 - Sedgwick

Productions of Agriculture - 1 June,1880

James owned 23 acres of improved land (tilled) and 30 acres of permanent land that consisted of meadows, or pastures or orchards and vineyards. He owned 80 acres of woodland and forest. The value of his farm (including land, fences and building) was $3,000 and he owned $100 worth of farm implements and machinery. His livestock was worth $300 and the cost of building and repairing in 1879 was $25. He spent $250 during 1879 for farm laborer's wages and employed workers for 52 weeks in 1879. An estimated value of all farm productions (sold, consumed or on hand) for 1879 was $400. In 1879, he'd had 60 acres mown and 3 acres not mowed. He harvested 15 tons of hay in 1879. In June 1, 1880 he had one horse, 2 working oxen, 3 milk cows and 2 "Other." In 1879, three calves had been born, 2 cattle had been purchased and 3 live cattle had been sold. In 1879, 500 lbs of buttermilk had been made on the farm. By June 1, 1880, James had purchased 2 sheep, had 1 swine on hand, 25 barnyard poultry (excluding new born chicks) and for the year 1879, 500 dozen eggs had been produced.

There's more to record about his farm but I just wanted to get a sense of what his life with Mary and their sons was like during that time, especially since life was to later change drastically for the entire family.

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" Sedgwick, Maine - A Record of Business, 1782-1976, compiled by the Sedgwick Bicentennial Committee, 1976"

"General Store. This is probably one of the oldest buildings in Sedgwick for there are references to it as a 'very old stand'. It is reported that the upstairs hall was used as a meeting place for a time by a remnant of the Congregational Church that did not turn Baptist in 1805 under the leadership of Rev. Daniel Merrill. The early meetings of Eggemoggin (Masonic) Lodge were held in Herricks Hall after it was organized in 1865 and until the Masonic Hall was built in 1872. Captain Samuel Herrick retired from the sea after the Civil War and opened a store in partnership with James Byard under the firm name of Herrick & Byard. In 1884 he (Herrick) took a new partner, F.A. Smith."

On Xana Hansen's website devoted to Sedgwick, Maine there's a photograph of the Herrick and Byard store at this URL: http://www.rootsweb.com/~mesedgwi/herrick.htm Among the people standing out in front of the store are possibly James and his wife Mary, dressed in their finest Sunday clothes for this photograph, along with Capt. Herrick and Frances. It's interesting to see black people in the photograph since I've never heard anything about a black population in Sedgwick. I'd love to hear from anyone who might know about their history in that area.

Capt. Herrick and James Pearl Byard were also co-owners of two ships (that I know of) mentioned in an article "When the We're Here Sailed Into Sedgwick With Horns Blowing" by a former resident of Sedgwick, Jacob F. Coombs. This article can also be found on Xana Hansen's website: http://www.rootsweb.com/~mesedgwi/we-re_here.html

Jacob Coombs wrote: "Herrick & Byard, the well-known firm, were the leading merchants in our village and W. G. Sargent & Son at Sargentville, which is part of the town. Herrick and Byard were owners of the We're Here and also the Amelia Cobb. There were at least two other bankers, the Irving Leslie and the Louise, which hailed from Sedgwick. I think Dr. Hagerthy was owner or part-owner of the latter vessels."

My notes: James had a younger brother, Capt. Edward Alphonso Byard, who sailed most of his life and was often the commander of the We’re Here, named for the fictitious ship from Gloucester, Massachusetts in Rudyard Kipling’s story called "Captains Courageous" published in 1897. However, since the author of this article believes that James Byard and Capt. Herrick purchased the We’re Here from Beverly, Massachusetts in 1880 or so, perhaps it was Rudyard Kipling who copied the name of their ship for his novel, published 17 years later.

Another excerpt from the article:

"Sedgwick was quite a baiting station. Many bankers from Lamoine, Orland and Bucksport, came here for their bait. I recall we would go to the H & B (Herrick and Byard) wharf and get an empty barrel and half bushel of salt. We would proceed as the tide served to dig the clams and "shock" them out during the high tide. After perhaps a week of toil, the barrel would be filled, then we would take it to the H & B wharf. The barrel would be unheaded and inspected by "Abram" and if it passed the test a check for $3 to $4 would be given us, which could be exchanged for goods from the store."

"Herrick & Byard was the leading firm here at the village for many years. Many changes have been made since they dissolved."

My notes: I’m not certain their partnership "dissolved" in the way business partnerships often do. Capt. Herrick may have had some harsh words to say about being forced to find a new partner, in a moment’s notice, unless he knew (doubtful) that James was about to perform a "disappearing act." More about that later.

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Bangor Daily Whig and Courier (Bangor, Maine) Feb. 2, 1874

"MASONIC INSTALLATIONS AND DEDICATONS. Mr. Editor: - On Wednesday last, Naskeag Lodge, F. and A. M., was constituted at Brooklin, the officers installed, and a new and fine Masonic Hall dedicated....there was a very large attendance, despite the stormy weather....At the conclusion of the ceremonies the whole party partook of a capital supper in the hall below, and the occasion was much enjoyed by all present."

"On Thursday, the same gentlemen who officiated at the dedication and installation proceeded to Sedgwick, to perform similar duties. A new, large and convenient hall has just been completed at Sedgwick by Eggemoggin Lodge, and it was dedicated in due form, and the following officers installed....."

"Jas. P. Byard, J. D." was one of the officers. I don't know what J. D. stands for.

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http://files.usgwarchives.org/me/hancock/directories/business/1883/sed g wick311gms.txt

James and his brother-in-law, Samuel Herrick, were listed on this website as merchants, owning a general store in Sedgwick and also were manufacturers of paving blocks.

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1880 U. S. Federal Census for Sedgwick - June 7, 1880

James, age 40, was head of the household, married with two sons and a Sedgwick merchant. His mother-in-law, Martha Means, was also living with the family.

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Google book search:

Hoyt, Edmund S., and G. M. Donham. Maine State Year-Book, and Legislative Manual. Portland: Hoyt & Fogg, 1800s.

Annual Register of Maine - HANCOCK COUNTY

Mines - Page 346

"Candage Copper Mining Co. - A. C. Hagerthy, Sedgwick, president; J. P. Byard, treasurer."

SEDGWICK - 1880 - Page 363

Justices: James P. Byard, April 21, 1880 (Justice of the Peace)

Merchants: Herrick & Byard

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http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/b/y/a/Barclay-L-Byard/WEBSI TE-0001/UHP-0010.html

" James Pearl was a selectman in 1882..."

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Google book search:

My notes: I've included this little episode about the We're Here just to illustrate how perilous a mariner's life could be.

United States. 1800s. Annual report of the operations of the United States Life-Saving Service for the fiscal year ending. Washington: G.P.O., pp. 153-154

"December 6 (1882) - On this date, at an early hour, during the prevalence of a hard southerly gale with thick rainy weather, the schooner We're Here, of Sedgwick, Maine, bound from Boston to Sedgwick, in ballast, which had sought refuge from the gale in Seal Harbor, inside White Head Island, coast of Maine, dragged her anchors and drifted afoul of the schooner E. M. Branscom, of Ellsworth, Maine, bound from Franklin, Maine, to New York with a cargo of staves and heading, which had also anchored in the harbor. The Branscom had a crew of four men and the other vessel three. Owing to the heavy sea running considerable damage was done, the We're Here carrying away her jib-boom and all attached, besides injuring her cutwater, while the Branscom had her bulwarks and yawl badly stove. The crew of the White Head Island Station (First District), located about a mile from the scene of the accident, were quickly on hand, and rendered effective service to both vessels in getting them apart and repairing their damage, the task being an all-day one, keeping them busy until 6 in the evening."

p. 262 - Captain Gross was the master during this event.

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James Pearl Byard, Esq. was able to perform certain legal duties and as he was listed as a Justice of the Peace in Sedgwick which allowed him to perform marriages. Two of those marriages I found here:

www.mnopltd.com/jean/

"Index of DEATHS and MARRIAGES as published in the ELLSWORTH HERALD its successor, the ELLSWORTH AMERICAN October 24, 1851 through December 29, 1865"

http://www.mnopltd.com/jean/her174-1274.html

Marriages, 1873

"Nov. 15, by J. P. Byard, Esq., Mr. JAMES HENDERSON and Miss ELIZABETH J. DUFFIE, both of Bluehill."

"3rd inst., by J. P. Byard, Esq., Capt. OLIVER L. CANDAGE and Mrs. MARY E. MORSE, both of Bluehill."

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1880 U. S. Federal Census for Sedgwick - June 8, 1880

James was still listed as a merchant. Mary was a housekeeper and their son, George, age 11, was attending school and little Harold was a four year old. Mary’s mother, Martha Means, age 59, was living with the family at that time. Martha's husband, Daniel, had died in 1874 and it’s possible that Martha moved in with James and Mary soon after his death. It's also possible that James and Mary had moved in with Martha. She had a very large home with room to spare.

Speculation about a mother-in-law moving in with a family suggests (in the 21st century at least) that trouble is just around the corner. That was not necessarily the attitude in the 1880s. Families were expected to take care of their elderly parents, no matter how infirmed or demented they may have been, and most of the elderly died in their own homes or in the homes of their children which is perhaps why James disappeared some time between 1882 (when he was a Selectman) and 1884 when Capt. Herrick had to find a new partner for the Herrick and Byard Store.

One evening in the mid-1800s, James said goodby to his family as he was about to attend the regularly scheduled Mason's meeting in Sedgwick. He didn't return home that night, nor the morning, nor in the afternoon nor the next night. Mary, beside herself with worry, didn't learn for several days that James and a local school teacher left on a schooner bound for California! I can imagine that this disappearance caused great despair for many of the people in James' life, including his young sons. James' little sister, Nellie, had been a school teacher and it's possible that he met the young woman through her friendship with Nellie.

I searched census information in California, wondering if James had decided to live with his "girl friend" near his brother, George Augustus Byard (my ancestor) or his brother, Henry Florentin Byard, who also lived in California but I had no luck finding him anywhere.

Then something unexpectged happened. In 2002, I received this e-mail from Barclay Byard, James Pearl's Great Grandson:

"Up-date on James Pearl Byard. Hancock County Maine Probate Registry reveals that JPB died in Sedgwick, ME during 1902, no specific DOD. Documents filed by his two sons and wife leave no doubt that this is the long-sought JPB."

So the story ends but it doesn't answer any of our questions. We don't even know where James was buried. With the family or off alone in some corner of an overgrown cemetery designed for men who abandoned their families? Could be.

I was told about James Pearl's disappearance by his descendant, Barclay Byard whose mother had heard it through the wife of one of James and Mary's sons. This is what happened, in Barclay's words:

http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/b/y/a/Barclay-L-Byard/ WEBSITE-0001/UHP-0010.html

Byardsearcher added this on 18 Jun 2011 
BYARD, James Pearl (I12281)
 
52 Anna Wilson Byard Age 83 of Chestertown, MD died November 30, 2004 at the University of Maryland Medical Center, Baltimore, MD. Visitation 9-11 and service 11 am Saturday, December 4, at Bethel AME Church, Chestertown. WALLEY FUNERAL SERVICES
 
WILSON, Anna (I13515)
 
53 Appears in census as Frosty M BYARD but is step-daughter to Hugh Columbus BYARD WILLIAMS, Frosty M (I10212)
 
54 Assistant Organist Gloucester Cathedral, then Cirencester, then Bristol BYARD, Herbert William (I80)
 
55 At Sea BYARD, John Wilmot (I14128)
 
56 At Sea BYARD, Joseph II (I14103)
 
57 Aug. 14, 2005
Gloria Wade Byard, 81, of Kahuku, a retired licensed practical nurse, died in Honolulu. She was born in Santa Monica, Calif. She is survived by son Timothy S., daughters Claudia Wallace and Pualani E. Baker, brothers Wallace Wade and Edward King, six grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren. Services: 10 a.m. Friday at the Hawaii State Veterans Cemetery, Kaneohe. Aloha attire. 
WADE, Gloria (I11112)
 
58 Australia.
 
MORRISON, Helen (I7104)
 
59 •She died in the Ohio River near Benwood in an accident.• BYARD, Leona Florence (I10792)
 
60 Baptised at Wirksworth. son of John and Mary, brother of Thomas, Hannah & Ann. BYARD, John (I6551)
 
61 Baptist Church Family F1037
 
62 BARTONVILLE - Helen J. Byard, 81, of 1708 S. Happ, Bartonville, died at 9:15 p.m. Tuesday, June 12, 2007, at Bel-Wood Nursing Home, where she had been a patient the past seven weeks.

Mrs. Byard was born Oct. 16, 1925, in Peoria, the daughter of Charles and Mildred Belle Horstman Turner.

She married Earl Byard Sr. on March 18, 1943, in Bloomington, Ill. He preceded her in death on Nov. 14, 1990.

Surviving are
one son, Earl (Teri) Byard of Bartonville; and
one daughter, Sandy Averell of Orange Park, Fla.
Also surviving are eight grandchildren, 19 great-grandchildren and one sister, Evelyn (David) Vorderstrasse of Morton, Ill.

Helen was also preceded in death by one son and two brothers.

Helen was a former member of several area bowling leagues. She also enjoyed her dear friends in the Best Pals Club, who enjoyed going out to dinner and lunches, and who all were avid card players. She was dearly loved by her family and will be sadly missed.

Funeral services for Helen will be at 10 a.m. Saturday at the Endsley Funeral Home, 1107 W. Garfield Ave., Bartonville. The Rev. Craig Hislope will officiate. Visitation will be from 5 to 7 p.m. Friday at the funeral home in Bartonville. Burial will be in Lutheran Cemetery.
Memorials may be made to the American Lung Association.
To send condolences online, go to www.legacy.com.

Published in Peoria Journal Star on June 14, 2007 
TURNER, Helen J. (I9874)
 
63 BARTONVILLE - L. George Byard, 87, of Bartonville passed away at 4:20 p.m. on Monday, Dec. 24, 2007, at OSF Saint Francis Medical Center in Peoria.
Shirley F. Byard, 87, of Bartonville passed away at 9:15 p.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 26, 2007, at OSF Saint Francis Medical Center in Peoria.
George was born June 2, 1920, in Peoria, son of George F. and Louise M. Tursam Byard.
Shirley was born July 14, 1920, in Peoria, daughter of Raymond G. and Emma J. Fragel Davidson. They married on Aug. 22, 1943, in Peoria.
Together they have three children, Alane (Bruce) Smith of Bartonville, Alan (Patty) Byard of Bayview Gardens and Kim (Rita) Byard of Morton; six grandchildren, Joshua (Karen) Kjellberg of Chesterfield, Mo., Benjamin Smith of Bartonville, Neil Fox of Franklin, Tenn., Chris (Amber) Byard of Columbus, Ohio, and Jared and Lisa Byard of Morton; and four great-grandchildren.
Shirley has surviving one sister, Virginia Erikson of Mesa, Ariz.; one sister-in-law, Katherine Davidson of Lacon; and five nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by one brother and one nephew.
George worked as an engineer at Keystone Steel & Wire in Bartonville, retiring in 1975 as Director of Sales Engineering. He also enjoyed architectural design work, having designed several houses in the Peoria area. He attended Bradley University in Peoria, was former chairman of the Peoria Airport Authority, past president of the Oak Grove School Board and a former volunteer for West Peoria Fire Department. He was also on the Civil Air Patrol in Bartonville during World War II.
Shirley worked as a secretary at Caterpillar Inc. in Peoria and later stayed at home with her children. She was a 1940 graduate of Dickinson College of Business in Peoria. She was also a former Peoria County Election Judge and a member of Femmes Unir in Bartonville.
Together, George and Shirley enjoyed square dancing and were members of the Keystone Square Dance Club. They were both longtime members of Bethel Lutheran Church in Bartonville, where Shirley was also a member of the Miriam Circle.
Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. on Monday, Dec. 31, 2007, at Bethel Lutheran Church in Bartonville, with the Rev. Dr. Philip A. Lund officiating. Visitation will be from 2 to 5 p.m. on Sunday at Davison-Fulton Bartonville Chapel in Bartonville. Burial will be in Lutheran Cemetery in Peoria.
Memorials may be made to Bethel Lutheran Church or Bartonville Fire Department and Rescue Squad.
Online condolences may be submitted to www.mem.com.

Published in Peoria Journal Star on Dec. 28, 2007 - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/pjstar/obituary.aspx?n=L-George-Byard&pid=100290041#sthash.dIpqewTW.dpuf 
BYARD, George L. (I10083)
 
64 BEAUMONT (formerly Mount, nee Byard) Irene Blanche 1919-2017

Beloved wife of Frank Mount (dec) and Bert Beaumont (dec).

Cherished mother of Dianne, Barb and Sheryl (dec).

Treasured grand- mother of Matt, Ben and Renee, and loving friend of their partners.

Proud great-grandmother of Tahlia, Amber, and Skye.

Loved daughter of the late Maurice and Vida Byard.

Dear sister of Reg and Max (both dec), late of Roland.

Dearly loved auntie of Neville, Jennifer, Marguerite and Maurice, and their partners.

In God's Care.

Published in The Advocate on Nov. 14, 2017 
BYARD, Irene Blanche (I8086)
 
65 Betty Victoria DeBoe
August 15, 1939 - October 12, 2010

Biography
Betty Byard DeBoe, age 71, of Princeton died Tuesday, October 12 at 2:20 AM at Caldwell Medical Center in Princeton. She was a homemaker and member of Calvary Baptist Church.

Survivors include
her husband, Carlis DeBoe, Princeton, KY;
two sons,
Bruce Harper & wife, Alecia, Caldwell Co., KY;
Jeff Harper & wife, Kelly, Princeton, KY;
one daughter,
Vickie Wynn & husband, Mike, Princeton, KY;
one brother,
Richard Byard, Caldwell Co. KY;
one sister,
Sarah Ann Hanvy, Caldwell Co., KY;
six grandchildren, Lori Conger, Brian Wynn, Josh Bell, Matthew Harper, Tyler Wynn, Erin Harper;
and one great grandchild, Kaelyn Conger.

Betty was preceded in death by her parents, Wallace and Myrle Grace Childress Byard and one sister, Zora Mae Thomason.

Visitation will be from 5 PM to 9 PM Wednesday, October 13 at Morgan's Funeral Home. Funeral services will be Thursday, October 14 at 1:00 PM at Morgan's with Rev. Rodney Wallace and Rev. Jerry Holeman officiating. Burial will follow in Cedar Hill Cemetery.



Facts
Born: August 15, 1939
Place of Birth: Caldwell County, KY
Death: October 12, 2010
Place of Death: Caldwell Medical Center
Occupation: Homemaker
Organizations: Calvary Baptist Church
 
 
Burial:
Cedar Hill Cemetery
Princeton
Caldwell County
Kentucky, USA 
BYARD, Betty Victoria (I9283)
 
66 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I2393)
 
67 Birth: 1732
Death: Mar. 2, 1814
Sedgwick
Hancock County
Maine, USA

No one yet has found Robert's d/o/b or the place he was born. He was in Salem, Massachusetts in 1763, a mariner and first mate on a trip to the West Indies and also that year, he married Abigail Glover on 16 Nov. In 1768, he had a house built in Salem in the South Field and also bought property in Sedgwick, Maine that's shown on Maine maps as Byard Point jutting out into Eggemoggin Reach. Eventually Robert and Abigail moved to what was then called Sedgwick which encompassed part of Brooklin and Brooksville, Maine
and lived on Byard Point, raising six sons and four daughters, two of them twins. The family was there during the American Revolution and Robert and Abigail are both buried at Settlers Rest in the area now called Sargentville. Robert re-married a woman called Jane and mentioned her in his will, written on Sept. 28, 1812. I have an Ancestry dot com tree for Robert and his family and have 19 pages of information I've found about him. I'd be happy to send it as a jpg if you're a descendant.

Robert and Abigail's children, as required, were recorded in Sedgwick's vital record books but not all of them were born in Sedgwick. I haven't found them recorded in Salem's records but that may not have been required at that time.
I would assume that the first four children were born in Salem and the rest were born in the family home on Byards Point. Once the Revolution began and the British started to built the fort at Castine, men were not able to casually sail away to Salem or Boston for supplies or family visits. Living became dangerous for everyone (including the family's milk cow and livestock) while the British were nearby and it's hard to imagine that Abigail
gave birth to twins in the dead of winter on Byards Point with war hanging in the air.

1. Abigail Byard b. July 2, 1765
2. Mary Byard b. Nov. 30, 1768
3. Joseph Byard b. Jan. 28, 1771
4. Jonathan Byard b. Feb. 28, 1775
5. John Byard b. April 24, 1778
6. Sarah (twin) Byard b. Dec. 25, 1779
7. Hannah (twin) Byard b. Dec. 25, 1779
8. Samuel Byard b. Jan. 13, 1781
9. Robert Byard b. Apr 11, 1784
10 James Byard b. March 28, 1786

I've found information about all of Robert and Abigail's children except for Samuel Byard and yet Robert mentioned Samuel when he wrote his will in 1812 so he was still alive...somewhere.

Sedgwick's vital records show that Robert died in "February, 1814" but his gravestone shows his death on March 2, 1814. I don't know why there's a discrepancy.

Family links:
Spouse:
Abigail Glover Byard (1745 - 1807)*

Children:
James Byard (1786 - 1876)*

*Calculated relationship

Inscription:
The epitaph carved on Robert's gravestone are the first four lines from a popular hymn "We've No Abiding City Here" by an Irish hymn writer, Thomas Kelly (1769-1855).

"We've no abiding city here
This may distress the worldy mind
But should not cost the Saint a tear
Who hopes a better rest to find."

Burial:
Settlers Rest Cemetery
Sargentville
Hancock County
Maine, USA 
BYARD, Robert (I12283)
 
68 Birth: 1745
Salem
Essex County
Massachusetts, USA
Death: Dec. 2, 1807
Sargentville
Hancock County
Maine, USA

Abigail, born in Salem, Massachusetts, was the last child (to my knowledge) of Joseph Glover and his wife, Mary Cook. Abigail's christening date is 15 Dec., 1745 in Salem, according to Salem's Vital Records, and I think 1745 was the year she was born because in 1807, when she died, she was shown as 62 years old.

Both the Glover family and the Cook family can be found in Salem's records in early-to-mid 1600s.

Mary Cook's GGrandparents were Henry Cook and his wife, Judith Birdsall who married in Salem on June 16, 1639.

Joseph Glover's Grandparents were John Glover (parents unknown) who married Mary Guppy, Reuben and Eleanor Guppy's daughter. John and Mary Guppy Glover were married in Salem on 2 Jan. 1660.

Abigail Glover's father, Joseph, was born in Salem on 27 June, 1706 but he wasn't baptized there until 3 Dec. 1727.
Joseph died young and I'm not certain where he died but Salem's records show a death date of Dec. 1747, two years after little Abigail was born so I'm sure she never remembered him.

Joseph Glover's parents were Jonathan (son of John and Mary Guppy Glover) and his wife, Abigail Henderson, d/o Capt. Peter Henderson and his wife Abigail Bully who fled to Salem from the Saco, Maine region when King Philip's War was underway.

Abigail Glover's father, Joseph, had two sisters and three brothers, all born in Salem. One of his brothers, Jonathan, achieved a certain notoriety when he and his wife, Tabitha Bacon, became the parents of John Glover, later promoted from Captain to Brig. General by General George Washington during the American Revolution. "John Glover and his Marblehead Mariners" were also credited by several modern-day authors as significantly helping Washington win the war. Tabith Bacon Glover (d/o John and Hannah King Bacon) and Mary Cook Glover, became widows at rather young ages, left with several young children at home to care for.

Abigail met that handsome (and mysterious) Robert Byard, a mariner like some of her brothers, and at age 18, she and Robert were married in Salem on Dec. 15, 1763.

Family links:
Spouse:
Robert Byard (1732 - 1814)

Children:
James Byard (1786 - 1876)*

*Calculated relationship

Inscription:

"In memory of Mrs. Abigail Byard
Consort of Mr. Robert Byard
who died Dec. 2, 1807, Aet 62
The righteous die and sigh no more"

Burial:
Settlers Rest Cemetery
Sargentville
Hancock County
Maine, USA 
GLOVER, Abigail (I12284)
 
69 Birth: 1832
Death: Jan. 18, 1904

Daughter of William Butler and Ellen O'Sullivan (1811-1832). Ellen O'Sullivan died giving birth to Ellen Marie Butler.

In the 1900 United States Federal Census Ellen Byard is living with her son in law and daughter in Fall River Ward 7, Bristol, Massachusetts.
Age: 62
Birth Date: May 1838
Birthplace: Ireland
Race: White
Ethnicity: American
Gender: Female
Immigration Year: 1870
Relationship to Head of House: Mother-in-law
Father's Birthplace: Ireland
Mother's Birthplace: Ireland
Mother: number of living children: 3
Mother: How many children: 4
Marital Status: Widowed
Household Members: Name Age
John Wallace, head, born Sep 1863, 36,
Lizzie Wallace, wife, born Mar 1866 in Wales, England, 34,
Ellen Byard, mother in law, 62

U.S. City Directories, 1821-1989
Name: Mrs Ellen Byard
Gender: Female
Residence Year: 1880
Street Address: 61 Orange
Residence Place: Fall River, Mass
Publication Title: Fall River, Mass, City Directory, 1880

In the 1880 United States Federal Census Ellen Byard is living in Cambridge, Middlesex County, Massachusetts.
Age: 50
Estimated birth year: abt 1830
Birthplace: Ireland
Relation to head-of-household: Wife
Spouse's name: Edward Byard
Father's birthplace: Ireland
Mother's birthplace: Ireland
Neighbors: View others on page
Occupation: Genl Work
Marital Status: Married
Household Members: Name Age
Edward Byard, head, 66,
Ellen Byard, wife, 50,
William Byard, son, 20.

In the 1870 United States Federal Census Ellen Byard is living in Cambridge Ward 5, Middlesex, Massachusetts.
Estimated birth year: abt 1832
Age in 1870: 38
Birthplace: Ireland
Race: White
Gender: Female
Post Office: Cambridge
Household Members: Name Age
John Byard, head, 40,
Ellen Byard, wife, 38,
Ellen Byard, daughter, 13,
William Byard, son, 11
Mary Byard, daughter, 9,
Eliza Byard, daughter, 7.

Boston Passenger Lists, 1820-1943
Name: Ellen Byard
Arrival Date: 12 Oct 1869
Age: 37 Years
Estimated birth year: abt 1832
Gender: Female
Port of Departure: Queenstown, Ireland and Liverpool, England
Ship Name: Tripoli
Port of Arrival: Boston, Massachusetts
Microfilm Roll Number: M277_76
She arrived with her
daughter Ellen age 10,
son William age 9,
daughter Mary age 7,
daughter, Eliza age 4.

Family links:
Spouse:
John Byard (1835 - 1890)*

Children:
Ellen Marie Byard Bussell (1855 - 1890)*
William Byard (1859 - 1909)*
Mary Byard Donovan (1863 - ____)*
Elizabeth Byard Wallace (1866 - 1931)*

*Calculated relationship

Burial:
Saint Patricks Cemetery
Fall River
Bristol County
Massachusetts, USA
 
BUTLER, Ellen Marie (I10187)
 
70 Birth: 1838
Sedgwick
Hancock County
Maine, USA
Death: Apr. 15, 1863
Irish Bend
St. Mary Parish
Louisiana, USA

Civil War Veteran
enlisted 10 Sept, mustered in 11 Oct 1862 for 9 months
age 245 married
Occ: Mechanic
Company D 26th Regiment Infantry
wounded Irish Bend 14 April
died 16 April 1863

son of Sylvanus Byard and Belinda Colson
husband of Susan H Abbott

Burial:
Oak Hill Cemetery
Winterport
Waldo County
Maine, USA
Plot: A, Lot 6
 
BYARD, Reuben H. (I5410)
 
71 Birth: 1857
Death: 1911

Third wife of Eliphilet H Parish

Groom's name: Elipalet H. Parrish
Groom's age: 50 years
Groom's birth year: 1850
Groom's birthplace: New York
Bride's name: Mary A. Byard
Bride's age: 42 years
Bride's birth year: 1858
Bride's birthplace: Michigan
Marriage date: 24 Mar 1900
Marriage place: Jackson, Jackson, Michigan
Groom's father's name: Oliver
Groom's mother's name: Devereaux
Father of bride's name: Harvey
Mother of bride's name: Morehouse
Film number: 2342515
Digital GS number: 4208648
Image number: 259
Reference number: v 2 p 391 rn 79
Collection: Michigan Marriages 1868-1925

Family links:
Spouse:
Eliphalet Huntington Parish (1850 - 1929)*

*Calculated relationship

Burial:
Woodland Cemetery
Jackson
Jackson County
Michigan, USA
 
BYARD, Mary A. (I10230)
 
72 Birth: 1860
Death: 1908


"The death of William D. Barney, formerly a resident of Milford, and Bowerstown, near Cooperstown, occurred at Sanford, Fla., Friday afternoon of last week. He was forty-eight years of age. Mr. Barney was the second son of the late Ellery Barney and was born in Milford. He resided in that place until about fifteen years ago when he moved to Bowerstown, where he conducted a blacksmith shop. In Florida, he was engaged in market gardening. He had hardly arrived there upon his return from Milford, when his brother, Dr. C. S. Barney, received a telegram, Saturday, from his wife, announcing his death. He immediately started for New York, to meet her returning with the body. They arrived in Milford, Saturday evening, at 5 o'clock, and the funeral was held from the home of his brother, Kent Barney, Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock. The Rev. E. R. D. Briggs officiating, with interment among his kindred in Milford cemetery. He is survived by his mother and the relatives above mentioned all of whom have the sincere sympathy of the community." ["The Otsego Farmer & Republican" (Cooperstown, NY), Fri., Nov. 20, 1908]

Family links:
Parents:
Ellery H. Barney (1836 - 1899)
Mary Spencer Barney (1839 - 1909)

Spouse:
Harriet L. Byard Barney (____ - 1949)

Siblings:
Charles Spencer Barney (1859 - 1914)*
William D. Barney (1860 - 1908)
Emma Elizabeth Barney (1862 - 1879)*
Fred Barney (1868 - 1885)*
Kent Barney (1875 - 1934)*

*Calculated relationship

Burial:
Milford Cemetery
Milford
Otsego County
New York, USA

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BARNEY, William D (I9409)
 
73 Birth: 1867
Death: 1933

George Henry Byard was not born in 1869 as his gravestone shows; he was born 25 May, 1867 in Eel River Valley on his father's farm, located on Strong's Creek between Fortuna and Rohnerville. When the 1870 Federal census was taken for the Eel River Township precinct, George was shown as age three.

George was 6' tall with brown hair and blue eyes and never married. He always lived with his father or his brother, Arthur, or his sister Lil and he worked as a farm laborer until 1910 when the census showed him working as a teamster.

After George's father died in 1915, his sister Lillith and her husband, James Trainor, moved to the farm and by the 1920 census, George was living with them, working "on his own account" as a dairy farmer. Ten years later, George was still living on the farm with Lil, who was now a widow.

George died in Humboldt County on Jan. 22, 1933. I don't know if he died on the family farm or died in a hospital
somewhere. He was buried at Sunrise Cemetery with the rest of his family in the Byard plot.

I hope George had a good life. His family members seem to have been very important in his life so apparently George was happy to spend his life with them.

Family links:
Parents:
George Augustus Byard (1835 - 1915)
Agnes Ingram Byard (1841 - 1891)

Inscription:
G.H.B. 1869-1933

Burial:
Sunrise Cemetery
Fortuna
Humboldt County
California, USA

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Originally Created by: Janet Byard
Record added: Oct 14, 2011
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BYARD, George Henry (I11011)
 
74 Birth: 1881
Death: Dec. 15, 1955

WEST LONG BRANCH -- Mrs. Mary A. Hagerman, 76, widow of Joseph Hagerman, died last Thursday at her home, 27 Oceanport ave., after a long illness.

Mrs. Hagerman was born at Allentown, daughter of the late William and Cornelia Byard. She was a member of teh Long Branch Reformed church.

Surviving are two sons, Russell K. and Joseph O. Hagerman of this place; a daughter, Mrs. George b. Lane of Oceanport; a sister, Mrs. Helen Woodward of Jacobstown, four grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.

The funeral was held Monday at the Woolley funeral home. burial was in Glenwood cemetery.

Red Bank Register, Thurs., Dec. 22, 1955

Family links:
Parents:
William A. Byard (1852 - 1919)

Spouse:
Joseph S. Hagerman (1882 - 1945)*

Children:
Joseph O. Hagerman (1904 - 1973)*

*Calculated relationship

Burial:
Glenwood Cemetery
West Long Branch
Monmouth County
New Jersey, USA

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Record added: Jul 09, 2012
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BYARD, Mary A. (I14349)
 
75 Birth: 1888, USA
Death: Feb. 2, 1949
Adams County
Pennsylvania, USA

Obit: Gettysburg Times 1949-02-07,page 1
JAMES A. BYARD VETERAN, DIES
James Arthur Byard, 61 farmer and veteran of World War I, died this morning at 6:15 o'clock at the home of his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Smith, Emmitsburg R. 3. A complication of diseases caused death.

Mr. Byard was a son of the late John and Josephine Wetzel Byard. he served in the infantry in World War I from July 23, 1918 to January 31, 1919 and was a member of the Francis X Elder American Legion post in Emmitsburg.

Surviving are a brother John Frederick, Md; three sisters, Mrs.Russell Koontz, Gettysburg: Mrs. James Trout, Westminster. Md.: Miss Rosie Byard, Emmitsburg and Mrs. Smith at whose home he died.

Military funeral services will be held Wednesday afternoon at 1 o'clock from the Allison funeral home in Emmitsburg with further services at 2 o'clock at the Friends' Creek church with interment in the church cemetery.

Friends may call at the funeral home in Emmitsburg Tuesday evening after 7 o'clock.

Burial:
Friends Grove Cemetery
Center Mills
Adams County
Pennsylvania, USA
 
BYARD, James Arthur (I5367)
 
76 Birth: 1890
Death: Jul. 19, 1973

Decatur Herald 7/20/1973

Mrs. Walker(Nora Mae) Byard, 83, of Macon died 10 am Thursday in Lakeshore Manor nursing home in Decatur. Funeral services will be 1 pm Saturday in the Ater funeral home,Macon, where friends may call after 5 pm Friday. Burial will be in Macon cemetery.

Mrs. Byard was born in Blue Mound, a daughter of Thomas J. and Altha Nichols Wright. She was a member of the Macon United Methodist church and the order of Eastern Star chapter 344 in Macon.

She married Walker W. Byard on Feb. 22, 1912 in Macon county. He preceded her in death.

Surviving are her sons,Ellis of Macon and Delbert of New Orleans, La.,five grandchildren and four great grandchildren.

Obituary furnished by Janet Donner

Family links:
Parents:
Thomas J. Wright (1859 - 1938)
Altha Mary Nicholls Wright (1861 - 1941)

Spouse:
Walker Byard (1885 - 1946)*

Sibling:
Nora Wright Byard (1890 - 1973)
Irene M Wright Lumpp (1898 - 1967)*

*Calculated relationship

Burial:
South Macon Township Cemetery
Macon
Macon County
Illinois, USA
GPS (lat/lon): 39.71379, -89.00447

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WRIGHT, Nora Mae (I14164)
 
77 Birth: 1891
Death: Jan. 21, 1968
Chicago
Cook County
Illinois, USA


Last Name: Byard
First Name: Norman
Middle Name/Initial:
Maiden Name:
Date of Death: 01/21/1968
Birth Date:
Spouse: Carrie Steele Byard
Survived By: Wife -- Carrie Steele Byard
Daughter -- Mrs. Vic Daukus
Sister -- Mrs. Harry Way
Other: Age -- 76
Residence -- Not given
Place of death -- Chicago, Illinois
Cemetery: Fairmont Cemetery, Henderson, Kentucky
Obituary Source: Henderson Gleaner-Journal
Source Information: January 23, 1968; p. 10
Obituary File:
Other File:


Family links:
Spouse:
Carrie B Steele Byard (1891 - 1984)

Children:
Ilene Byard Daukus (1914 - 1989)*

*Calculated relationship

Burial:
Fairmont Cemetery
Henderson
Henderson County
Kentucky, USA

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Record added: Nov 07, 2014
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BYARD, Norman Whitehead (I5675)
 
78 Birth: 1926
Atlantic City
Atlantic County
New Jersey, USA
Death: Oct. 8, 2002
Willingboro
Burlington County
New Jersey, USA

Obituary Burlington Co Times NJ Oct 9, 2002:
Roselyn J. Allen (nee Byard), 76 died Oct 8, 2002 at home, Willingboro, NJ.
Born in Atlantic City, NJ, she was raised in McKee City, NJ. She graduated from Pleasantville HS. She was an avid historian.
Beloved wife of the late Joseph F. Allen. She is survived by two sons and a daughter-in-law Joseph Jr and Jeffery and June Allen; one daughter and son-in-law Janice and Gregory Papedo; two granddaughters Megan and Alixis Papedo; one brother John Byard; one sister Cassie Reid; other relatives and dear friends.
Funeral services will be held Fri 11am at Goes-Scolieri Funeral Home. Relatives and friends may call Fri after 10am at the funeral home. Interment Lakeview Memorial Park, Cinnaminson.

Burial:
Lakeview Memorial Park
Cinnaminson
Burlington County
New Jersey, USA

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Record added: Aug 10, 2006
Find A Grave Memorial# 15212557 
BYARD, Rosely Jennie (I15019)
 
79 Birth: 1928
Death: Dec. 2, 1972
Weirton
Hancock County
West Virginia, USA

Name Alphia Earl Byard
Event Date 02 Dec 1972
Event Place Hancock, West Virginia
Gender Male
Age (Expanded) 44 years
Birth Date 1928
Marital Status Married
Spouse's Name Mary Coy
Father's Name Hugh Byard
Mother's Name Mary Jane Cross
Affiliate Repository Type County Records

Family links:
Parents:
Hugh Columbus Byard (1890 - 1967)
Mary Jane Cross Byard (1890 - 1956)

Children:
Tina Jane Byard (1960 - 1983)*

Siblings:
Flossie May Williams (1912 - 1918)**
Howard Ross Williams (1916 - 1960)**
Sarah Estaline Williams Moore (1918 - 1993)**
Allen Samuel Byard (1923 - 2012)*
Alphia Earl Byard (1928 - 1972)
Zura Josephine Byard (1929 - 1930)*
Sheral Lee Byard (1936 - 2012)*

*Calculated relationship
**Half-sibling

Burial:
Highland Hills Memorial Gardens
Follansbee
Brooke County
West Virginia, USA

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Record added: Jun 01, 2015
Find A Grave Memorial# 147273553 
BYARD, Alphia Earl (I10953)
 
80 Birth: 1935
Death: 1936

d/o Howard and Jennett

Burial:
Riverview Cemetery
Moundsville
Marshall County
West Virginia, USA

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BYARD, Rosamond Lee (I16731)
 
81 Birth: 1937
Lonetree
Tyler County
West Virginia, USA
Death: Sep. 17, 1937
Lonetree
Tyler County
West Virginia, USA

Sarah Jane's death record gives her birth date as July 10, 1937. The age on her tombstone would make the date June 3, 1937. I am unsure of the correct date.

Family links:
Parents:
George M. Byard (1913 - 1989)
Sarah Kathryn Neff Byard (1918 - 1986)

Siblings:
Sarah Jane Byard (1937 - 1937)
Rosellia Byard Diaz (1941 - 2016)*
Mary Lee Byard (1946 - 1946)*
Robert Allen Byard (1949 - 1965)*

*Calculated relationship

Burial:
Simpson Cemetery
Lonetree
Tyler County
West Virginia, USA

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Record added: Sep 13, 2013
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BYARD, Sarah Jane (I14307)
 
82 Birth: 1955
Atlantic City
Atlantic County
New Jersey, USA
Death: May 14, 2006
Pleasantville
Atlantic County
New Jersey, USA

BYARD, WILLIAM MICHAEL, 51 - of Pleasantville, went home to be with the Lord on May 14, 2006. He was born in Atlantic City, NJ and is predeceased by his parents, William "Bunny" and Viola Byard. He attended Atlantic City Public Schools. He enjoyed and had many occupations: Presser at Pembroke Factory, butcher, construction worker with Local Union 415, Driver for Caring, Inc., landscaping that he loved so much and custodian at the Egg Harbor Township School. He was also a "horseman" on the Atlantic City Beach. He is survived by, sister, Carole M. Byard; sons, Michael K. Byard, Keith L. Byard, and Kwame Prelow; daughter, Michelle Montford; grandchildren; David Cummings, Tasha Montford, Kent Montford, Jr. and great grandson, Naheem David Cummings; four aunts; uncle, Joseph Longdon; and a dear companion, Sandy Price; a friend forever, ex-wife, Charlotte Byard; and a host of family and friends. Services will be held, 10AM, Saturday, May 20, 2006, Jethro Presbyterian Memorial Church, 423 North Ohio Avenue, Atlantic City, with a viewing one hour prior to the service. Internment to follow in the Atlantic City Cemetery, Pleasantville. Arrangements entrusted to Greenidge Funeral Homes, Inc., Atlantic City.

Burial:
Atlantic City Cemetery
Pleasantville
Atlantic County
New Jersey, USA
 
BYARD, William Michael (I10468)
 
83 Birth: Apr. 10, 1881
Wetzel County
West Virginia, USA
Death: Jun. 17, 1964
Wetzel County
West Virginia, USA

obit.Arlene Cozart's Obituray Collection W.C.G.S
Byard, Sanford Lee, 83, of Glover Gap W.Va., died Wednesday evening in the Weston Medical Center. He was born in Wetzel County, April 10, 1881, a son of Isaac and Millie J. Davis Byard and was a member of the Church of Christ. He was also a member of Manning Lodge No. 31, AF & AM Married twice his wives preceded him in death. Survivors include a son, Ike of Fairmont; two daughters, Mrs Loraine Moore of Winfield, Kan. and Mrs. Mary Murphy of Lorain, o.; a brother, Mancel, of Mannington; a sister, Mrs. Fannie White of Indianapolis; six grandchildren and six-great grandchildren. Friends received at the Hunt Funeral Home. Hundred, where services will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday. Evangelist C.W. Rock officiating Burial in Bee Gum Cemetery. Masonic rites at the graveside.


Family links:
Parents:
Isaac Byard (1851 - 1907)
Millie Jane Davis Byard (1856 - 1901)

Spouse:
Mary Jane Pethel Byard (1886 - 1964)

Children:
Isaac K Byard (1911 - 1997)*

Siblings:
James Byard (1879 - 1902)*
Sanford Lee Byard (1881 - 1964)
Myrtle Anna Byard Bartrug (1882 - 1951)*

*Calculated relationship

Burial:
Bee Gum Cemetery
Mannington
Marion County
West Virginia, USA

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Originally Created by: Judy Mayfield
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BYARD, Sanford Lee (I10838)
 
84 Birth: Apr. 11, 1859, Wales
Death: Jun. 25, 1909
Fall River
Bristol County
Massachusetts, USA

Son of John Byard and Ellen Butler

Massachusetts, Death Records, 1841-1915
Name: William Byard
Gender: Male
Birth Date: abt 1860
Birth Place: Wales
Death Date: 25 Jun 1909
Death Place: Fall River, Massachusetts, USA
Age at Death: 49
Father: John Byard
Mother: Ellen Butler

Massachusetts, Marriage Records, 1840-1915
Name: William Byard
Birth Year: abt 1860
Birth Place: England
Marriage Date: 2 Feb 1891
Marriage Place: Fall River, Massachusetts, USA
Age at Marriage: 31
Father: John
Mother: Ellen
Spouse: Bridget Kearns
Spouse Birth Place: England
Spouse Age at Marriage: 29
Spouse Father: James
Spouse Mother: Catherine

Family links:
Parents:
Ellen Marie Butler Byard (1832 - 1904)

Spouse:
Bridget Kearns Byard (1860 - 1940)

Burial:
Saint Patricks Cemetery
Fall River
Bristol County
Massachusetts, USA
 
BYARD, William (I9288)
 
85 Birth: Apr. 17, 1941
Middlebourne
Tyler County
West Virginia, USA
Death: Oct. 1, 2016
Chester
Hancock County
West Virginia, USA

CHESTER - Rosellia "Irene" Diaz, 75, of Chester, passed away Saturday, Oct. 1, 2016, after a courageous battle with cancer.

Born on April 17, 1941 in Middlebourne, W.Va., she was the daughter of the late George and Sarah (Neff) Byard.

Irene worked as finisher for Homer Laughlin China Company.

Besides her parents, she was preceded in death by three brothers, George Donald, Murrell and Robert Byard; two sisters, Sarah Jane Byard and Mary Lee Byard; and by a dear friend, Lois Rice.

Surviving are three brothers, Jim Byard of Calif., Issac "Tim" Byard of Fla. and Ralph "Joe" (Teresa) Byard of New Cumberland; a sister, Penny (Roger) Campbell of New Cumberland; several nieces and nephews; two sisters-in-law, Judy Byard of Salem and Mary Lou Byard of Chester; and also by her canine "Baby Girl" and Feline "Miss Kitty".

Visitation will be held at the Nixon Funeral Home in Newell, W.Va., Tuesday, 6-8 p.m. and Wednesday, 2-4 and 6-8 p.m. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 6, 2016, at the funeral Home.

Interment will follow in the Columbiana County Memorial Park, East Liverpool

Source The Review 10-3-2016

Family links:
Parents:
George M. Byard (1913 - 1989)
Sarah Kathryn Neff Byard (1918 - 1986)

Siblings:
Sarah Jane Byard (1937 - 1937)*
Rosellia Byard Diaz (1941 - 2016)
Mary Lee Byard (1946 - 1946)*
Robert Allen Byard (1949 - 1965)*

*Calculated relationship

Burial:
Columbiana County Memorial Park
East Liverpool
Columbiana County
Ohio, USA

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BYARD, Rosellia Irene (I11908)
 
86 Birth: Apr. 22, 1912
Burton
Wetzel County
West Virginia, USA
Death: Apr. 30, 2006
Fairmont
Marion County
West Virginia, USA

Daughter of the late Mancel Byard and Mertha May Price Byard, she was the widow of John Eakin, who died on October 8, 1975. Additionally, she was preceded in death by two sisters, Helen Clelland who died on December 31, 1982, and Opal Lemley who died on April 25, 2006. She was the last surviving member of her family. Her funeral was officiated by The Rev. Jack Snoderly. She was a member of the Harmony Baptist Church in Burton, WV.

Family links:
Spouse:
John Pierce Eakin (1910 - 1975)*

*Calculated relationship

Burial:
Harmony Cemetery
Burton
Wetzel County
West Virginia, USA

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Record added: Jul 10, 2012
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BYARD, Irene (I11173)
 
87 Birth: Apr. 24, 1910, USA
Death: Dec. 3, 1995
Jacksonville
Duval County
Florida, USA

Ruth A. Kramer of Jacksonville, Fla. died Sunday, Dec. 3, 1995 in Jacksonville.

A former resident of Washington D.C., she was preceded in death by her parents, Clarence and Alberta Duncan Byard and her husband, Mathias L. Matt Kramer. She is survived by one son, Lawrence Kramer of Ephrata, Wash., two daughters, Louise Anderson of Jacksonville and Betty Koon of Orange Park, Fla.; one brother, Allan Byard of Mckeesport, Pa.; nine grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren.

She was a member of Miller United Methodist Church of N. Versailles, and of Mary Martha Circle in Fort Orchard, Wash., and was a former member of Gorst Community Baptist Church in Gorst, Wash., and a former Girl Scout leader in the N.E. District in Pennsylvania.

Friends will be received in Striffler of White Oak tonight from 6 to 9 p.m. and Wednesday from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. and services will be held Thursday at 9 a.m. at the funeral home chapel. Interment will be at Lincoln Memorial Park, N. Huntington, Pa.

Family links:
Spouse:
Mathias L Kramer (1916 - 1985)*

*Calculated relationship

Burial:
Penn Lincoln Memorial Park
North Huntingdon Township
Westmoreland County
Pennsylvania, USA 
BYARD, Ruth A. (I10721)
 
88 Birth: Apr. 25, 1777
Sedgwick
Hancock County
Maine, USA
Death: Oct. 31, 1829
Sedgwick
Hancock County
Maine, USA

Judith Eaton's parents were Moses Eaton and his wife Patience Bridges, both of them buried in Sedgwick's Rural Cemetery. Moses died in Sedgwick on 6 June, 1807 and Patience died in Sedgwick on 24 August, 1819.

Judith's first husband was Hezekiah Dodge, son of Abner Dodge and his wife, Lydia Pride. Hezekiah and Judith married in Sedgwick on 27 Mar 1799. Hezekiah Dodge died on 17 Oct 1804 but I've never found out what caused his death. During their marriage, Judith gave birth to two daughters, Lydia and Joanna, and a son, Moses who had a short life.

Judith's second husband was John Byard, the son of Robert Byard and his wife, Abigail Glover. Judith and John married in Sedgwick in about 1809. Judith was also John Byard's second marriage. John's first wife, Eunice Hale, was the daughter of Samuel Hale and his wife, Eunice Silver. Eunice also gave birth to two daughters and a son but Eunice died on 16 August, 1808, a couple of weeks after the birth of their baby girl, Eunice Byard, born on
August 1, 1808.

With John, Judith gave birth to two daughters and two sons.

All of the dates I'm showing are from Sedgwick's vital records.

Family links:
Parents:
Moses Eaton (1745 - 1807)

Spouses:
Hezekiah Dodge (1771 - 1804)
John Byard (1778 - 1820)

Children:
Hezekiah Dodge Byard (1810 - 1892)*
John Byard (1814 - 1852)*
Moses Eaton Byard (1819 - 1856)* 
EATON, Judith (I12277)
 
89 Birth: Apr. 26, 1878
Death: May 27, 1962

The Monticello News May 30,1962

Funeral services for Mrs. Anna Catherine Cone, 84, who died at her home here on Sunday morning following an illness of several months, were held at two o'clock Tuesday from the First Baptist Church with the pastor of that church, Rev. Ellis Turner and Rev. A.D. Finch, pastor of Calvary Baptist Church officiating.

Burial was in Midway Cemetery in Thomas County, Ga., with a group of her grandsons serving as pallbearers.

Mrs. Cone was a native of Columbus, Ga., but had made her home here for a number of years. She was a member of the First Baptist Church.

Survivors are her husband, Robert Cone of Monticello; three sons, Capt. W. W. Cone of Zephyrhills, Lester Cone of Daytona Beach, and W. I. Cone of Thomasville, Ga; four daughters, Mrs. Ione (Leland) Dawson of Daytona Beach, Mrs. Louise (Harry) Ricketson of Perry, Mrs. Lucille (C. G.) Langley of Thomasville and Miss Lorene Cone of Monticello; two sisters, Mrs. Offie Graves of Tallahassee and Mrs. Mary Christie of Cairo, Ga; two brothers, Earl and Jesse Byard, both of Columbus, Ga., nineteen grandchildren and thirty-five great-grandchildren.

Wilkens Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements.







Family links:
Spouse:
Robert Clifton Cone (1879 - 1963)

Children:
Lillian Mae Cone (1900 - 1933)*
William Irvin Cone (1902 - 1987)*
Lucille Verna Cone Langley (1904 - 1985)*
Ruby Lorene Cone (1906 - 1996)*
Robert Lester Cone (1908 - 1988)*
Louise Cone Ricketson (1910 - 2000)*
Woodrow Wilson Cone (1912 - 1999)*

*Calculated relationship

Burial:
Midway Baptist Church Cemetery
Meigs
Thomas County
Georgia, USA
Plot: Cone Plot

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BYARD, Annalee Elizabeth Catherine (I13727)
 
90 Birth: Apr. 3, 1880
Death: Sep. 30, 1889
Fairfield
Jefferson County
Iowa, USA

From the Prill transcriptions, specific source not cited ~~

Burial Permit: Esther BYARD, age 3 y. 5 m., female; white; d. Fairfield City Sept. 30, 1889; Diptheria (sic); Dr. C. Snook; Gibson & Beck, Undertakers.

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Note: The headstone birth date is April 3, 1880. The burial permit would indicate a birth year of about 1886. Consider either source with some caution, therefore. Headstone dates have been known to be incorrectly engraved.

Family links:
Parents:
George W Byard (1846 - 1920)
Adaline McKinny Byard (1848 - 1915)

Siblings:
Esther Byard (1880 - 1889)
Matilda Byard Stout (1881 - 1962)*
Bertha Byard Gardner (1884 - 1955)*

*Calculated relationship

Burial:
Old Fairfield Cemetery
Fairfield
Jefferson County
Iowa, USA
Plot: Lot 144

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BYARD, Esther (I11976)
 
91 Birth: Apr. 4, 1891
Superior
Douglas County
Wisconsin, USA
Death: Jul. 9, 1979
Montclair
San Bernardino County
California, USA

Laura White Kellogg was the daughter of Walter Bertrand Kellogg and Venetta White. She married Frank Hollis Byard, later divorced. They were the parents of two sons, Walter Brooks Byard who died in 1923 at age 6; and Frank Hollis Byard.

Family links:
Parents:
Walter Bertrand Kellogg (1859 - 1935)
Venetta White Kellogg (1863 - 1931)

Spouse:
Frank Hollis Byard (1885 - 1956)*

Children:
Frank Hollis Byard (1921 - 2003)*

Sibling:
Laura White Kellogg Byard (1891 - 1979)
Delos Howard Kellogg (1893 - 1961)*

*Calculated relationship

Burial:
Bellevue Memorial Park
Ontario
San Bernardino County
California, USA

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Record added: Mar 31, 2012
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KELLOGG, Laura White (I6391)
 
92 Birth: Apr. 9, 1909
Creswell
Caldwell County
Kentucky, USA
Death: Apr. 1, 2005
Flushing
Genesee County
Michigan, USA

She was the 5th child of James Byrd Farmer (1873) and Annie Addie Lowry (1881). She was born at their farm in Donaldson, Caldwell, Kentucky in 1909. She married William L Byard (1908) of Clarksburg, Tennessee, January 11,1930 in Toledo, Ohio. They had two children and lived in Michigan most of their lives until they retired to Florida in the mid 1960s.

Family links:
Parents:
James Byrd Farmer (1873 - 1947)
Annie Addie Lowry Farmer (1881 - 1960)

Spouse:
William L Byard (1908 - 2003)

Burial:
Flushing City Cemetery
Flushing
Genesee County
Michigan, USA
Plot: Blk C Lot 26
 
FARMER, Lora Ethel (I11436)
 
93 Birth: Apr., 1817
Columbiana County
Ohio, USA
Death: Jun. 12, 1912
New Albany
Floyd County
Indiana, USA

***
Maiden name also found as, Baird.


Married Jonathan Henry
on June 12th 1836
in Columbiana County, Ohio

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known children:
Mary C. "Kate" -April 15th 1838 -m. Beasley
(a son) - born before 1840, died before 1850
Thomas J. - December 25, 1841 -m. Newkirk
Louisa A. - b.abt. 1843 -m. Deamoth (sp?)
Eliza Jane - b.abt. 1845 -m. Barrett
Maria Elizabeth -b.abt. 1846 -m. Lamb
Almira G. - b.abt. 1848 -m. Fitzgerald
Henrietta "Etta" - b.abt. 1854 -m. Hannan
Alice - b.abt. 1857 - *not on 1870census
William J. - b.abt. April 1859 -m. Reed

*note: still researching

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1840 United States Federal Census
Name: Jonathan Henry
Home in 1840: Hanover, Columbiana, Ohio
Free White Persons - Males - Under 5: 1
Free White Persons - Males - 20 thru 29: 1
Free White Persons - Females - Under 5: 1
Free White Persons - Females - 20 thru 29: 1

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1850 New Albany, Floyd, Indiana
Jonathan Henry 38 PA *laborer
Keturah Henry 33 rest: OHIO
Mary C Henry 13
Thomas Henry 10
Louisa Henry 8
Eliza Jane Henry 5
Maria E Henry 4
Almira Henry 2

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1860 New Albany Ward 4, Floyd, Indiana
Keturah Henry 43 Ohio *boardinghouse
Mary C Henry 23 Ohio *seamstress
Thomas Jeffie Henry 20 Ohio *sawyer
Louisa Henry 17 Ohio
Eliza J Henry 15 Ohio
Maria Henry 13 Ohio
Almira Henry 11 Ohio
Henrietta Henry 6 Indiana
Alice Henry 3 Indiana
William Henry 1 Indiana
Lewis Curtis 27 -----*boarders
William Mccox 21
Charles Bradley 21
John Denny 19
Charles Robach 24
John A Knight 22

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1870 New Albany Ward 2, Floyd, Indiana
Keturah Henry 52 OHIO *keeping house
Almyra Henry 20 OHIO
Henrietta Henry 15 INDIANA
William J Henry 10 INDIANA
John Deamoth 26 OHIO -*married DEC 1869
Louisa A Deamoth 25 OHIO -*married daughter Daniel Clore 23 ---*boarders
Jacob Miller 19
Frank Brannen 21
William Bardler 21
James Jones 27
Albert Williamson 19
Rosa Herington 27
Louis Madden 45
Joseph Culler 25

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1880 New Albany, Floyd, Indiana
Katie Henry 63 Columbiana Co,OH GER NJ *widowed
Kate Henry 40 " " *married daughter
Will. J. Henry 21 New Albany, IN OH OH *son
Louisa Henry 37 OH OH OH *married daughter
L.M. Emory 50 ----*boarders
Jossie E. Emory 33
Willie B. Emory 12
Claudie E. Emory 10
Jim Riggle 24
Eva Riggle 21
Rodger Riggle 2m --*b. April 1880

*note: Katie should be Keturah

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1900 Jackson, Jackson, Indiana
William J Henry 41 APR 1858 IN PA OH *widowed
Mabel E Henry 13 APR 1887 IN IN IN
Keturah Henry 83 APR 1817 OH GER NJ *widowed mother 13K/8L

*note: 13K/8L - 13 children with 8 living

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1910 New Albany Ward 4, Floyd, Indiana
Eliza Barrett 66 OH PA OH *widowed 5K/3L
Keturah Henry 93 OH GER PA *widowed mother 11K/5L

*note: 11K/5L - 11 children with 5 living

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Indiana Deaths, 1882-1920
about Katurah Henry
Name: Katurah Henry
Date: 12 Jun 1912
Location: New Albany
Age: 95 Yr
Gender: Female
Race: White
Source Location: City Health Office, New Albany
Source notes: The source of this record is the book CH-22 on page 55 within the series produced by the Indiana Works Progress Administration.

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Children:
Almira G. Henry Fitzgerald (____ - 1893)*
Eliza Jane Henry Barrett (____ - 1931)*
Mary Catherine Henry Beasley (1838 - 1907)*
Thomas Jefferson Henry (1841 - 1913)*
Maria Lamb (1850 - 1933)*
Henrietta Henry Hannan (1856 - 1924)*

*Calculated relationship

Burial:
Fairview Cemetery
New Albany
Floyd County
Indiana, USA

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BYARD, Keturah (I8880)
 
94 Birth: Apr., 1874
Anoka
Anoka County
Minnesota, USA
Death: Oct. 5, 1954
Arcata
Humboldt County
California, USA

Humboldt Standard (Eureka, California) October 5, 1954

"Mr. Eugene "Gene" W. Chamberlain, of Arcata, died this morning in an Arcata hospital after a long illness. He was born in Anoka, Minnesota, and moved to Fortuna with his parents in 1893. He worked as a sawyer in the Newburg Lumber Mills and later for the Northern Redwood Lumber company in Korbel. He married a Fortuna girl in 1906. Later he moved to Arcata and built and operated the first gasoline service station. Later he went back to the lumber mills. In 1952 he and his son, Byard, took over the Dodge-Plymouth agency in Arcata. He was known as a sports enthusiast, especially as a fisherman."

"He is survived by his wife, Nettie E., one son, Byard Chamberlain of Arcata; one brother, Willis Chamberlain of Eureka; two sisters, Mrs. Myrtle Milton of San Pedro; and Cora Gracelon of Lomita.
Numerous nieces and nephews."

NOTE: Gene's wife was not a "Fortuna girl" but lived about 1-1/2 miles from Fortuna on her father's dairy farm near the mill town of Newburg.

Family links:
Spouse:
Eleanor Annette Byard Chamberlain (1878 - 1962)

Burial:
Sunset Memorial Park
Eureka
Humboldt County
California, USA

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CHAMBERLAIN, Eugene William (I14549)
 
95 Birth: Apr., 1878
Death: Jul. 5, 1913

Miss Ida Byard, daughter of the late Samuel Byard of Long Branch, died last Wednesday. Since her birth Miss Byard had been an invalid and was unable to walk. She had been confined to her bed or a chair all the time. Until she became grown her mother carried her around. Miss Byard was 36 years old.

Red Bank Register, Wed., July 16, 1913

Family links:
Parents:
Samuel Byard (1846 - 1907)
Helen T. Byard (1853 - ____)

Inscription:
Daughter of Samuel G. and Helen T.

Burial:
Greenlawn Cemetery
West Long Branch
Monmouth County
New Jersey, USA 
BYARD, Ida A. (I14044)
 
96 Birth: Apr., 1880
Dubuque
Dubuque County
Iowa, USA
Death: Apr. 5, 1961
Dubuque
Dubuque County
Iowa, USA

Dubuque Telegraph Herald, Apr 6, 1961, Page: 19

Mrs. Fannie Buxton, 80 widow of George Buxton, of 760 Caledonia Place, died at 4:35 p.m. Wednesday at Finley Hospital. Friends may call after 4 p.m. Thursday at Egelhof Funeral Home. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Friday at the funeral home by the Rev John Sunburn of the First Congregational Church officiating. Burial will be in Linwood Cemetery. She was born at Dubuque daughter of James and Mary (Carroll) Byard and lived here all her life. Surviving are one daughter Miss Florence Buxton , Dubuque ; one son , Harry W Buxton Dubuque : four sisters , Mrs. Edwin (Mable) Kuehnle, Mrs. William (Helen) Gisel , Mrs. William (Lois) Danzer , all of Dubuque ; and Mrs. John (Esther) Doyle Chicago Ill ; 5 grand children and one great grandchild. She was preceded in death by her husband in 1937, and a son, Donald in 1960.


Family links:
Spouse:
George E Buxton (1875 - 1937)

Children:
Donald E Buxton (1904 - 1960)*
Florence E Buxton (1906 - 1981)*
Harry W Buxton (1909 - 1980)*

*Calculated relationship

Burial:
Linwood Cemetery
Dubuque
Dubuque County
Iowa, USA

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BYARD, Fannie (I12083)
 
97 Birth: Aug. 10, 1776
Westminster
Worcester County
Massachusetts, USA
Death: Dec. 17, 1871
Peru
Bennington County
Vermont, USA

95 years old . Family name is spelled "Beard" in some records.

daughter of Thomas Dunster and Lidia Pierce.

Anna married Aaron Byard on August 10, 1893 in Westminster, Massachusetts.

Anna and Aaron had 9 or 10 children, depending on source.
"Henry Dunster and His Descendants" Samuel Dunster,
E.L. Freeman & Company, 1876 and Abbey Hemenway's "The Vermont Historical Gazetteer: A Magazine, Embracing a History ..., Volume 1" include anecdotes concerning Anna and Aaron's lives in Peru.

Family links:
Spouse:
Aaron Byard (1778 - 1873)*

*Calculated relationship

Burial:
Peru Village Cemetery
Peru
Bennington County
Vermont, USA

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DUNSTER, Anna (I10686)
 
98 Birth: Aug. 12, 1934
Shelbyville
Shelby County
Indiana, USA
Death: Mar. 9, 2017
Richmond
Wayne County
Indiana, USA

Jill was the daughter of Carl and Mothaleen (Nicholson) Byard. Her first husband was Robert "Bobby" G. Wasson and her second husband was Ray Pierce.

She passed away at Reid Hospital in Richmond.


Family links:
Parents:
Carl Byard (1911 - 1977)
Mary Mothaleen Nicholson Weinantz (1911 - 1973)

Spouse:
Robert G Wasson (1931 - 1996)

Sibling:
Billie Jack Byard (1931 - 1950)*
Jill Byard Wasson-Pierce (1934 - 2017)

*Calculated relationship

Burial:
Lewisville Cemetery
Lewisville
Henry County
Indiana, USA

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BYARD, Jill (I16641)
 
99 Birth: Aug. 13, 1967
Cheboygan
Cheboygan County
Michigan, USA
Death: May 20, 2010
Emmet County
Michigan, USA

David Glen Byard
(August 13, 1967 - May 20, 2010)

David Byard, age 42 of Bliss Twp., died May 20, 2010 in Bliss Twp.

David was born on August 13, 1967 in Cheboygan, MI, the son of Philip and Leona (O'Neal) Byard and was raised in Bliss, graduating from Pellston High School in 1985. In November of that year, David enlisted in the US Army and served as a Heavy Wheeled Vehicle Mechanic. He received his honorable discharge in November of 1987 at the rank of E-4.

On June 30, 1990, David married Jill Cease in Otisville, MI and together they made their home in Bliss Twp. David worked for 10 years as an over the road truck driver, but recently went to work for Circuit Controls Corporation in Shipping and Receiving.

He was an active member of the Bliss Missionary Church, serving in the past as a youth group leader, and currently serving as the church treasurer, vice chairman, and sound technician. He enjoyed reading and loved his horses, including his Mustang and riding his motorcycle. His greatest joy and favorite pastime was spending time with his wife and 3 daughters.

He is survived by his wife, Jill; 3 daughters, Hannah, Noelle, and Jadi Byard; his parents, Philip and Leona (O'Neal) Byard; 6 siblings, Cindy (Robert) Strong, Curt (Sharon McLeod) Byard, Sandi (Tom) Thompson, Daun (Victor) Vancil, Ken (Dana Barnier) Byard, and Tami Byard; father and mother-in-law, Ron and Becky Cease; brother-in-law, Ron (Tricia) Cease; nieces and nephews, Isaiah, Jaimee (Brian), Seth, Kassia, Philip, Aimee (Bobby), Brett, Nicollette (Jared), Tara, Ryley, Miranda, Brendon, and Sterling; as well as by 3 great nieces and nephews.

Funeral services were held today, Monday, at 2:00pm at the Bliss Missionary Church with Rev. Curtis Alexander officiating. The family will receive friends at the church from 12:00pm (Noon) until the time of service. Burial will be in the Bliss Twp. Cemetery.

Arrangements are in the care of the Stone Funeral Home of Petoskey.

Burial:
Bliss Township Cemetery
Bliss
Emmet County
Michigan, USA 
BYARD, David Glen (I14404)
 
100 Birth: Aug. 2, 1902
Braxton County
West Virginia, USA
Death: Jun. 24, 1973
West Virginia, USA

Parents J. H. Byard & Sarah L. Byard


The Charleston Gazette
Wednesday, June 27, 1973

A. Theodore Byard

ELMIRA - A. Theodore Byard, 70, of Elmira, Braxton County died Monday at Camden-Clark Hospital in Clarksburg following a brief illness.

Byard was a member of the Gip United Methodist Church and a retired timberman and farmer.

Survivors: wife, Mrs. Olive Nettles Byard; son, Chester of Hartsville, Ohio; daughters, Mrs. Virginia McFadden of Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, Mrs. Emogene Bowman of Akron, Ohio; brothers, Homer of Akron and Roy of Fairmont; sisters, Mrs. Delia Dancy of Orlando, Fla., Mrs. Tressie Hardway of Akron and Mrs. Dora Payne of Wheeling.

Service will be 2 p.m. Thursday , in Gip United Methodist Church with the Rev. John Alfred officiating. Burial will be in Nettles Cemetery at Elmira.

Friends may call at the Stump Funeral Home, Grantsville, after noon today.

Burial:
Nettles Family Cemetery
Elmira
Braxton County
West Virginia, USA

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BYARD, Albert Theodore (I11139)
 
101 Birth: Aug. 25, 1927
Mounds
Creek County
Oklahoma, USA
Death: Mar. 6, 2014
Sapulpa
Creek County
Oklahoma, USA

Mounds, Bill V. Byard, 86, retired Douglas Aircraft parts manager, died Thursday. Services pending. Leonard & Marker, Bixby.
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Billy V. Byard was born on August 25, 1927 in Mounds, Oklahoma to Hiram Wesley Byard and Nora (Ternester) Byard. He passed from this life on March 6, 2014 in Sapulpa, Oklahoma at the age of 86 years, 6 months & 9 days.

He was preceded in death by his parents.

Funeral services will be held at 2:30 P.M. Monday, March 10, 2014 in the First Baptist Church of Mounds with interment following in the Oakwood Cemetery officiated by Pastor Dick Knox.

Family links:
Parents:
Hiram Wesley Byard (1893 - 1988)
Nora Marie Ternester Byard (1895 - 1986)

Burial:
Oakwood Cemetery
Mounds
Creek County
Oklahoma, USA

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BYARD, Billy V (I15434)
 
102 Birth: Aug. 6, 1842
Maryland, USA
Death: Nov. 24, 1915
Frederick
Frederick County
Maryland, USA

John Byard, a life-long resident of near Emmitsburg, died at Montevue Hospital, Frederick, on Wednesday. He was aged 73 years, 3 months and 18 days. My Byard is survived by his wife, four son, Messrs. Lewis, Arthur and Sidney Byard, of near Emmitsburg, and Mr. John Byard, of Middletown; three daughters, Mrs. James Trout and Mrs. Roy Smith, of near Emmitsburg, and Mrs. Rose, of near Harney, also survive. Funeral services Saturday morning in St. Joseph's Catholic Church, Emmitsburg, at 9 o'clock, Rev. J. O. Haden officiating. Interment in the Old Cemetery on the Hill.

Source: Frederick News, 27 Nov. 1915, Page 8.

Name: John Byard
Side: Union
Regiment State/Origin: Maryland
Regiment Name: 3 Potomac Home Brig., Md. Inf.
Regiment Name Expanded: 3rd Regiment, Maryland Infantry, Potomac Home Brigade
Company: E
Rank In: Musician
Rank In Expanded: Musician
Rank Out: Private
Rank Out Expanded: Private
Film Number: M388 roll 2

Name: John Byard
Enlistment Date: 26 Nov 1861
Side Served: Union
State Served: Maryland
Service Record: Enlisted as a Private on 26 November 1861.
Enlisted in Company E, 3rd PHB Infantry Regiment Maryland on 26 Nov 1861.
Mustered Out Company E, 3rd PHB Infantry Regiment Maryland on 29 May 1865.

Burial:
Saint Anthony Catholic Church Cemetery
Emmitsburg
Frederick County
Maryland, USA
 
BYARD, John T. (I5360)
 
103 Birth: Aug. 8, 1927
Death: Sep. 5, 2003

Boston Globe, The (MA) - September 14, 2003
Deceased Name: WILLIAM DAVID BYARD SR., 76 WAS SCIENTIST AND PROFESSOR
William David Byard Sr., a former scientist and longtime professor, died of prostate cancer Sept. 5 at Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital-Needham Campus. He was 76.

"He loved teaching and really loved to see students grow and develop," said his sister-in-law, Dr. Ione Vargus of Philadelphia.

Dr. Byard was the brother of the late jazz pianist Jaki Byard.

Born in Worcester, where he attended the High School of Commerce, he was always committed to learning.

"He had to get his education," said his sister, Jessie Tyrance of Jamaica Plain.

Dr. Byard enlisted in the Navy in 1944 and served for two years as a motor machinist mate third class before he was honorably discharged in 1946. He reenlisted in 1951 during the Korean War and served for another year.

He married Portia Dugger of Medford in 1949. They moved to Roxbury, where they lived for several years before moving to Medford, and eventually to Wellesley.

In 1954, Dr. Byard received his bachelor's degree in vocational education from Suffolk University, where he also received a master's degree in 1962. He received a doctorate in education from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in 1976.

After college, Dr. Byard held various science-related positions for 13 years. He worked as a sanitary biologist for the Department of Health for three years, as a clinical chemist for the Mass. Mental Health Center in Boston for six years, and then as a research experimental biologist for both the Mass. Mental Health Center and for a psychiatric institute at Harvard University for four years.

In 1967, he became a full-time professor at North Shore Community College and worked there for 21 years before retiring and joining the biology faculty at Middlesex Community College part time for a year. For the next six years he was a biology professor at Roxbury Community College, then worked for four years as a GED instructor for the MetroWest Career Center in Framingham.

Dr. Byard was a member of the Alliance for the Mentally Ill of Massachusetts Inc., president of the Cambridge Gun and Rod Club, and president of the Cape Cod Council of Doers, a group of retired men mainly from the Cape Cod area. He also served on the Kountze Extended Family Scholarship Committee.

In addition to his wife and sister, Dr. Byard leaves two sons, John III and Thomas, both of Wellesley.

A funeral was held Friday in Wellesley Hills Congregational Church. Burial was in Woodlawn Cemetery in Wellesley. WILLIAM BYARD SR.Edition: THIRD
Page: B10
Copyright (c) 2003 Globe Newspaper Company

Social Security Death Index
Name: William D. Byard
Date of Birth: Monday August 08, 1927
Date of Death: Friday September 05, 2003
Est. Age at death: 76 years, 28 days
Last known residence:
City: Wellesley
County: Norfolk
State: Massachusetts
ZIP Code: 02482
Social Security details:
State of Issue: Massachusetts

Burial:
Woodlawn Cemetery
Wellesley
Norfolk County
Massachusetts, USA
 
BYARD, William David (I10582)
 
104 Birth: Aug. 9, 1977
Death: Jun. 21, 1995

ELDRIDGE, Iowa - Services for Richard Boen Jay “Bo” Byard, 17, of Eldridge, will be 10 a.m. Monday at Weerts Funeral Home, Davenport. Burial will be in Mount Joy Cemetery, Park View. Visitation is 2-6 p.m. Sun-day.

Bo died Wednesday at Genesis Medical Center-West Campus, Davenport, after a fall from a lad-der at work. He was born Aug. 9, 1977, in Iowa City.

He was a 1995 graduate of North High School, Davenport. He was a conference champion and state qualifier in wrestling for three years.

Memorials may be made to Davenport North High School.

Survivors include his parents, Lynda and Richard Byard, Eldridge; sisters, Neely Forbes, Kirksville, Mo., and Brittani Byard, at home; grandparents, Olga and Robert Sedenka, Cedar Rapids; and special friends, Michele Henzel, his girl friend, and Mark Middlemess, his best buddy.


Burial:
Mount Joy Cemetery
Park View
Scott County
Iowa, USA

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BYARD, Richard Boen Jay (I11588)
 
105 Birth: Dec. 12, 1965
Trenton
Mercer County
New Jersey, USA
Death: Feb. 6, 2017
Mount Holly
Burlington County
New Jersey, USA


Carl Rogers Byard, age 51, of Moreland House in Delran, NJ, formerly of Bordentown, NJ passed away peacefully with his family on February 6th, 2017 at Samaritan in-patient hospice Mt. Holly, NJ.

Carl was born in Trenton, NJ and lived most of his life in Bordentown before moving to Delran. He attended Peter Muschal School and graduated from Burlington County Special Services.

Carl was always happy and made the world a better place for everyone around him. He truly was a blessing to us all. Throughout his life, he most loved Jesus, his family, friends, staff at Moreland and the Philadelphia Eagles!

Carl was pre-deceased by his uncle and best friend Robert “Boo” Kniss and is survived by his Father Wayne Byard of Chesterfield, His Mother Kathleen Kwelty Manzo (Gary) of Little Egg Harbor, 2 brothers Brian (Stacy) Byard of Bordentown, and Daniel (Amanda) Byard of NC, step sister’s Paola (Craig) Sowell of Clinton, NJ and Vanessa Manzo (deceased) as well as 10 nieces and nephews, who will miss him dearly.

Carl’s family will receive family and friends on Friday February 10th from 10 AM until the time of services at 12 Noon at the Huber-Moore Funeral Home, 517 Farnsworth Ave, Bordentown, NJ. Interment will follow in Bordentown Cemetery

In lieu of flowers, donations in Carl’s memory may be made to Samaritan in-patient hospice 175 Madison Ave, Mt. Holly, NJ 08060



Burial:
Bordentown Cemetery
Bordentown
Burlington County
New Jersey, USA

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BYARD, Carl Rogers (I15991)
 
106 Birth: Dec. 14, 1927
Death: May 24, 1972

According to the 1930 census, Leander was the son of Gertrude Byard and the grandson of Alice Wright. He served in WW II, Korea, and Vietnam.

Inscription:
NEW JERSEY
SFC
US ARMY
WORLD WAR II
KOREA
VIETNAM

Burial:
Mount Peace Cemetery
Lawnside
Camden County
New Jersey, USA
 
BYARD, Leander Curtis (I8491)
 
107 Birth: Dec. 22, 1845
Winterport
Waldo County
Maine, USA
Death: Dec. 18, 1936
Derry
Rockingham County
New Hampshire, USA

The birth date I have for James (Jan. 26, 1846) is different than the cemetery's date of Dec. 22, 1845 so I don't know which birth date is correct. In the 1850 U. S. Census for Frankfort, James is listed as four years old.

By 1860 when the census was taken in Winterport, James, age 14, still lived at home with his family and had attended school within the past year.

When the Civil War got underway, two of his older brothers, Eliakim and Reuben, had already enlisted and been in battles but only Eliakim came home. Reuben had died from wounds he received in Louisiana. I don't know why James and John decided to enlist in 1864; maybe to get revenge for Reuben's death. I'm sure their parents were not happy with their decision.

Someone e-mailed me this Civil War information which included a physical description of James.

"From the Frankfort Vital Record book"

"CIVIL WAR VETERANS"

Byard, James
Enlisted 22 Feb. and mustered in Belfast 25 Feb 1864 for 3 years
Age 18 - single
5 ft 9 inches
Fair complexion, black eyes, brown hair
Blacksmith
b. Frankfort resides Winterport
Company 6th Battery Mounted Art.
Wounded in action before Petersburg, VA on 18 June 1864
Mustered out 17 June 1865 - Augusta
Gravestone Oak Hill Cemetery 1846-1936

"Son of Sylvanus Byard and Belinda Colson"

After the Civil War's end, James came home and married Edna Fields in Winterport on 14 Feb 1866. I haven't found her parents yet. They were together (no children) until Edna filed for a divorce in 1881. In 1880, they had lived on Deer Isle where James was a blacksmith and his brother, Charles, was a stone cutter.

James didn't marry again until 14 Jul, 1896 when he married Mary Ann Grant, born in Aberdeen, Scotland. This was their second marriage; Mary's first husband was a Mr. Murray and sadly I haven't found any information about him. Mary Ann and James were both residents of Rockland, Waldo, Maine when they married on Swan's Island.

In the 1900 census James and Mary lived in Hampden, Penobscot, Maine. He was a stone cutter and Mary was a housewife. James' widowed mother, Belinda (Malinda) on the census) was living with them. Belinda died five years later and her body was sent back to Winterport where her husband, Sylvanus Byard, was buried.

On March 18, 1906, James and Mary arrived in Boston from a trip they'd made to Aberdeen, Scotland and their next destination was Milford, New Hampshire where they lived and where James was a granite superintendent.

Two years later, in 1908, Mary Ann died. She was also sent to Winterport to be buried in the Byard plot in Oak Hill Cemetery.

In 1910, James, retired, lived with his brother, Charles, in Chelmsford, Middlesex, Massachusetts and in 1920, he lived in Derry, Rockingham, N. H., married to Mary Marden (the widow of Oren Page) and they were also found in Derry in 1930, living in the home that James owned.

Mary Marden Byard died at their home in 1934 and was buried in the Chester Village Cemetery in Chester, N. H. next to her parents.

James, almost age 91, died two years later after three days in the Alex Eastman Hospital in Derry. His remains were sent back to Winterport where he lies near his family members in the Byard family plot.

Family links:
Spouse:
Mary A Marden Byard (1847 - 1934)*

*Calculated relationship

Note: Source: Frankfort, Maine Vital Records Page 307

Burial:
Oak Hill Cemetery
Winterport
Waldo County
Maine, USA 
BYARD, James (I10360)
 
108 Birth: Dec., 1849
Maine, USA
Death: 1933
Auburn
Androscoggin County
Maine, USA

Familysearch.org shows that William was born in Monroe, Maine and was living in Belfast, Waldo, Maine in 1860 with his parents, Gilbert and Eliza Curtis.

In the 1900 census for Brownville, Piscataquis, Maine, William, married to Nellie, was a clergyman. Edson, a student, lived with them, his "parents."

In 1910 and 1920, they all lived in Bethel, Maine and William was still employed as a clergyman. Edson lived at home with them but had a private medical practice.

In the 1930 census for Auburn, William was a retired clergyman and Nellie was keeping house for him. William died in 1933 and after that Nellie moved in with Edson and his wife and children and when she died in 1937, she was buried next to Rev. Curtis.



Family links:
Spouse:
Nellie L Byard Curtis (1851 - 1937)*

*Calculated relationship

Burial:
Mount Auburn Cemetery
Auburn
Androscoggin County
Maine, USA

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CURTIS, Revd William C (I9483)
 
109 Birth: Feb. 12, 1946
Caldwell County
Kentucky, USA
Death: Nov. 12, 2013
Nashville
Davidson County
Tennessee, USA

Kentucky New Era, Thursday, Nov. 14, 2013

Richard Wayne Byard, 67, Princeton, died at 2:52 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 12, 2013, at Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Nashville, following a long illness.

Services will be at 1 p.m. Friday at Morgan's Funeral Home, Princeton, with the Rev. Cliff Jones and David Williams officiating.

Burial will follow at Cedar Hill Cemetery.

Visitation will be from 4 until 8 p.m. today at the funeral home.

A native of Caldwell County, he was born Feb. 12, 1946, the son of the late Wallace and Myrtle Grace Childress Byard.

He was a brakeman with the Illinois Central Railroad, and served in the U.S. Army.

He was also a member of First Christian Church.

Survivors include his wife, Paulette Stegar Byard; and his son, Richard McKinley Byard, Princeton.

Memorials may be made to Pennyroyal Hospice, 220 Burley Ave., Hopkinsville, KY 42240.

Family links:
Parents:
Wallace Byard (1913 - 2003)
Myrtle Grace Childress Byard (1915 - 2001)

Burial:
Cedar Hill Cemetery
Princeton
Caldwell County
Kentucky, USA 
BYARD, Richard Wayne (I9252)
 
110 Birth: Feb. 13, 1817
Sedgwick
Hancock County
Maine, USA
Death: Feb. 6, 1916
Sargentville
Hancock County
Maine, USA

Betsey was the d/o James Byard and his wife, Lydia Roberts. On 23 Feb., 1837 she married Daniel Eaton and gave birth to five daughters and one son, Daniel Groves Eaton, but not all of her daughters had a long life.

Family links:
Spouse:
Daniel Eaton (1810 - 1894)

Children:
Abigail Mary Eaton Byard (1846 - 1939)*

*Calculated relationship

Burial:
Forest Home Cemetery
Sargentville
Hancock County
Maine, USA

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BYARD, Elizabeth Dianne (I12270)
 
111 Birth: Feb. 14, 1847
Chester
Rockingham County
New Hampshire, USA
Death: Jun. 2, 1934
Derry
Rockingham County
New Hampshire, USA

Mary was married twice (to my knowledge). Her first husband was Oren Freeman Page who died in Raymond, N. H. in 1904. I don't think they had any children.

Mary next married James Byard (she was his third wife) sometime after 1910. They were living in Derry in the 1920 and 1930 censuses. James owned a home there and they spent at least the last 10-12 years of their lives together, eventually dying in Derry. Mary was buried with her parents and James' remains were sent back to Winterport, Maine to be buried in the Byard family plot.

Family links:
Parents:
Ebenezer Marden (1817 - 1908)
Abigail Basford Marden (1818 - 1903)

Spouse:
James Byard (1845 - 1936)

Burial:
Chester Village Cemetery
Chester
Rockingham County
New Hampshire, USA 
MARDEN, Mary A. (I8850)
 
112 Birth: Feb. 16, 1879
Westford
Otsego County
New York, USA
Death: Apr. 21, 1916
Otsego County
New York, USA

"Fred Tipple It is with deep sorrow we record the death of Fred Tipple which occurred Friday evening of last week at his home one mile from Westford, on the Worcester road. He was the only son of the late Sumner Tipple and Sarah Gove Tipple and was an honorable, upright, Christian man, foremost in every good work. He will be greatly missed. Surviving him is his wife, who was Anna Lotie Chase and three lovely children, Angelina, Dorothy and Edwin; also his mother, Mrs. Sarah Tipple, three sisters, Mrs. Willis Becker of Dorloo, Mrs. Aeyro Chase and Mrs. Howard Butler of Worcester. His age was thirty-seven years. The funeral was held from the Methodist Episcopal church, Monday afternoon, the Rev. Mr. Finch of Worcester officiating. The Elk Creek Grange attended in a body and conducted the services at the grave. The floral offerings were most beautiful. The interment was in the village cemetery." [Otsego Farmer & Republican (Cooperstown, NY), Apr 28, 1916, p. 7]


Family links:
Spouses:
Anna Lottie Chase Byard (1884 - 1975)
Sarah Jane Roberts Tipple (1879 - 1904)*

Children:
Angeline Tipple Hover (1911 - 2000)*

*Calculated relationship

Burial:
Westford Cemetery
Westford
Otsego County
New York, USA

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TIPPLE, Fred (I16691)
 
113 Birth: Feb. 19, 1893
Hundred
Wetzel County
West Virginia, USA
Death: Oct. 25, 1988
Glenpool
Tulsa County
Oklahoma, USA

From Everett Mefford---
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October 27, 1988
Sapulpa Herald
Creek Co. OK.

BYARD

MOUNDS- Mr. Hiram W. Byard, 95, of Mounds, died Tuesday at a Glenpool nursing home.

Services will be 10 a.m. Friday at First Baptist Church in Mounds with the Rev. Jim Ray officiating.

Burial will be in Mounds Cemetery under the direction of Leonard Funeral Home of Bixby.

Mr. Byard was born Feb. 19, 1893, at Hundred, W. Va., and moved to the Mounds area in 1912. He was a retired oil field worker and member of the First Baptist Church in Mounds.

He was preceded in death by his wife, Nora Marie, on July 19, 1986.

Survivors include two sons Fred S. of Glenpool and Bill B. of Mounds; two daughters Mary Margaret Cowan of Tahlequah and Marcella B. Gooch of Port Arthur, Texas; eight grandchildren; 12 great-grandchildren; and four great-great-grandchildren.

In lieu of flowers, memorials have been designated to Camp Leah in Tahlequah in care of First Baptist Church of Mounds.

Family links:
Spouse:
Nora Marie Byard (1895 - 1986)*

*Calculated relationship

Burial:
Oakwood Cemetery
Mounds
Creek County
Oklahoma, USA
 
BYARD, Hiram Wesley (I15092)
 
114 Birth: Feb. 2, 1929
Horton
Brown County
Kansas, USA
Death: Jan. 25, 2005
Overland Park
Johnson County
Kansas, USA

Raymond L. Hamilton (Ray), 75, died at Overland Park Regional. Ray was born to Richard and Audrey Hamilton. He was the 2nd child born in a family of 18. Ray served in the Korean War in the 52nd Artillery Battalion. Ray was an electrician and worked for the Kansas City Terminal for 20 years, Bendix, and Board of Public Utilities for 18 years and retired from there on April 1, 1991. July 3, 1954, Ray married Loretta Byard, his wife of 50 years at St. Peter's Cathedral. He dedicated his time to numerous volunteer jobs with his kids, such as, being a cub scout and scout leader for eight years, coaching four years of girls basketball for Christ the King, and eight years of softball at Wyco. He usually could be found at any Bishop Ward Basketball or Football game, where he enjoyed talking with any and everyone, never met a stranger. His hobbies included many fishing trips with his Bass boat, sporting events, and landscaping jobs, no matter the size, and any event involving his precious grandchildren. Ray was preceded in death by his son Kenny, father Richard, brothers Bob, Earl and Roy, Sisters Mary and Ollie. Ray is survived by his wife of 50 years Loretta, 1 son, 2 daughters and their husbands, 1 granddaughter, and 4 grandsons. He also leaves here on earth his dear mother, 7 sisters, 3 brothers, numerous nieces and nephews and other family and friends.

Family links:
Parents:
Richard Doyle Hamilton (1905 - 1969)
Audrey Belle Caldwell Hamilton (1909 - 2005)

Spouse:
Loretta Louise Byard Hamilton (1929 - 2016)*

Children:
Kenny A. Hamilton (1962 - 1985)*

Siblings:
Raymond Louis Hamilton (1929 - 2005)
Mary Frances Hamilton (1930 - 1978)*
Charles Richard Hamilton (1933 - 2008)*
Maggie Ellen Hamilton Beeves (1936 - 2010)*
Earl Lynn Hamilton (1939 - 1967)*
Olive Hamilton (1941 - 1999)*

*Calculated relationship

Burial:
Mount Calvary Cemetery
Kansas City
Wyandotte County
Kansas, USA

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HAMILTON, Raymond Louis (I9460)
 
115 Birth: Feb. 25, 1851
Death: Jan. 12, 1934

Death Brings End to Brief Illness
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Last Rites for Eberlee Byard Set for Monday.

Wilmington, Oh., Jan 13- A 10-day illness following a cerebral hemorrhage resulted in the death of Eberlee Byard, 83, farmer and resident of Sligo community for 16 years, yesterday. He was a native of Clinton County and is survived by his widow, Mrs. Anna Spencer Byard, and two sisters, Mrs. M. A. Baldwin, of Blanchester, and Mrs. Hannah McKibben of Morrisville.

Funeral services will be conducted by the Rev AH Wilson, pastor of the Church of Christ, at the Arthur Funeral home Monday at 2pm. Interment will be in Sugar Grove Cemetery.

Family links:
Parents:
Thomas Byard (____ - 1866)
Louisa Byard (____ - 1902)

Spouse:
Anna Spencer Byard (1862 - 1954)

Siblings:
Samuel Byard (____ - 1923)*
Hannah Elizabeth Byard Mckibben (1846 - 1934)*
Emily Byard Brown (1850 - 1929)*
Eberlee Byard (1851 - 1934)
Nancy Jane Byard (1855 - 1915)*
Addie Byard Baldwin (1858 - 1934)*

*Calculated relationship

Burial:
Sugar Grove Cemetery
Wilmington
Clinton County
Ohio, USA

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BYARD, Eberley A. (I10813)
 
116 Birth: Feb. 25, 1950
Death: Jan. 4, 1989

Name: William D Byard
Certificate: 000154
Death Place: Boston
Death Date: 4 Jan 1989
Birth Place: Massachusetts
Birth Date: 25 Feb 1950

Boston Globe, The (MA) - January 6, 1989
Deceased Name: WILLIAM BYARD, 38 WORKED IN CITY'S CULTURAL AGENCY
William D. Byard Jr., a staff member of the city's Business and Cultural Affairs Department, died of AIDS Wednesday in Brigham and Women's Hospital. He was 38 and lived in Mattapan.
Previously an employee of the city's Purchasing Department and the Boston Housing Authority, and the Polaroid, General Electric, Marriott and Ramco corporations, Mr. Byard was honored two months ago by the Black Corporate Presidents Association of New England for his career achievements.
In a statement conveying sympathy to Mr. Byard's family, Mayor Flynn said yesterday:
"The city and Boston's business community have been well served by Bill Byard's professional dedication to public service. His courage in the face of illness has been an example of leadership in the struggle against the AIDS epidemic. Bill's death encourages increased awareness of AIDS and is a tragic reminder of how close the epidemic comes to all of us as we search for a cure."
Born in West Medford, Mr. Byard graduated from Arlington Catholic High School and Northeastern University.
He leaves his parents, Dr. William D. and Portia (Dugger) Byard of Wellesley; two brothers, Thomas C. of Wellesley and John A. of Marstons Mills, and two close friends, Diane Gross and John Williams.
Services will be held at noon Monday in Shiloh Baptist Church, West Medford. Edition: THIRD
Page: 37 Copyright (c) 1989 Globe Newspaper Company

Boston Globe, The (MA) - January 7, 1989
Deceased Name: NEW SERVICES SET FOR WILLIAM BYARD JR.
Services for William D. Byard Jr., a staff member of Boston's Business and Cultural Affairs Department, will be held at noon Monday in Charles Street AME Church in Roxbury.
His family originally had scheduled the funeral in Shiloh Baptist Church, West Medford.
Mr. Byard died of AIDS Wednesday in Brigham and Women's Hospital. He was 38 and lived in Mattapan.
Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery, Wellesley. Edition: THIRD
Page: 20 Copyright (c) 1989 Globe Newspaper Company

Burial:
Woodlawn Cemetery
Wellesley
Norfolk County
Massachusetts, USA
 
BYARD, William David Jr (I11315)
 
117 Birth: Feb. 26, 1859
Sargentville
Hancock County
Maine, USA
Death: Mar. 19, 1941
Dedham
Norfolk County
Massachusetts, USA

Robert was the son of Robert Byard and his wife Lydia Dodge Eaton from Sedgwick, Hancock, Maine.
Robert Roland Byard, like many other young Byards from Maine, changed their surname to the French spelling, Bayard after they left home. Robert Roland Bayard spent most of his adult years living in Massachusetts with his wife, Eva Wentworth Bayard whom he married in Winterport, Waldo, Maine in 1886. At the time of Robert's death, he and Eva had lived in Dedham for many years and a year before Robert died, their son Arlon and his wife and children moved in with them so that Robert and Eva had company and the security of knowing there was help nearby if they needed it.

Family links:
Parents:
Robert Byard (____ - 1875)
Lydia Dodge Eaton Byard (1820 - 1876)

Spouse:
Eva Florence Wentworth Bayard (1868 - 1950)

Burial:
Brookdale Cemetery
Dedham
Norfolk County
Massachusetts, USA 
BYARD, Robert Rowland (I14196)
 
118 Birth: Feb. 27, 1886
Fly Creek
Otsego County
New York, USA
Death: Sep. 3, 1959
Norwalk
Fairfield County
Connecticut, USA

Son of John S. Byard 1844-1924 and Della A Fitch 1852-1934.

"The death of John Kenneth Byard, a prominent authority on American antiques, occurred early Thursday of last week at his home in Silvermine, Norwalk, Conn., following a long illness. He was 73 years old. Mr. Byard, a native of Fly Creek, and a graduate of Cooperstown High School in the class of 1903, left a successful career as a corporation lawyer on Wall Street to become one of this country's foremost authorities on American antiques ... Born on February 27, 1886 in Fly Creek, he was a graduate of Williams College and of the Columbia Law Review. Early in Mr. Byard's law career in New York City, he shared adjacent desks with another fledgling attorney, John Foster Dulles ... Mr. Byard was married in 1916 to Dorothy Lutwyche Randolph of Germantown, Penn. Besides his wife, he leaves a brother, Dr. Dever S. Byard, M. D., of New York City. Private services were conducted. Burial was in the family plot at Fly Creek." ["The Otsego Farmer & Republican" (Cooperstown, NY), Thurs., Sept. 10, 1959, Page 1, col. 4]

Thank you to Kathryn Hill for sharing the obit.

Family links:
Spouse:
Dorothy Randoph Byard (1885 - 1974)* 
BYARD, John Kenneth (I13275)
 
119 Birth: Feb. 27, 1908
Cheatham County
Tennessee, USA
Death: Jan. 3, 2007
Clarksville
Montgomery County
Tennessee, USA


Alice Gordon (Powers) Byard was born on February 27, 1908 in Cheatham County, Tennessee, the daughter of Rev William Franklin Powers (1861-1925) and Ada Peak (Moore) Powers (1869-1908).

Alice moved to Clarksville, Montgomery County in 1935 and served as Home Demonstration Agent with University of Tennessee Extension until May 1939.

She was married about 1939 to Alfred Franklin Byard Sr (1897-1978), the son of Thomas Byard (1872-1911) and Nancy Adeline (Jones) (Whitlow) Byard (1868-1954).

During World War II Alice was Middle Tennessee Supervisor for Nursery Schools. She taught in three high schools, teaching Vocational Home Economics at Montgomery Central High School for 22 years before retiring in 1972. She was also a volunteer and taught Red Cross Home Nursing for 26 years, as well as being a volunteer with the Reach to Recovery program. She served as President of the Home Economics Club and Democratic Women's Club and was known as 'Ms Democrat' throughout the county.

Alice passed away on January 3, 2007 in Montgomery County and was buried in Louise United Methodist Church Cemetery with her husband.

She was preceded in death by her daughter Nancy Ann Patton.


Known children of Alice and Alfred:
~ Nancy Ann Byard ( -1997)
~ Alfred Franklin Byard Jr
~ (son) Byard
~ Betty Jean Byard (1950-1950)



Family links:
Parents:
W. F. Powers (1861 - 1925)
Ada Peak Moore Powers (1869 - 1908)

Spouse:
Alfred Franklin Byard (1897 - 1978)

Children:
Betty Jean Byard (1950 - 1950)*

*Calculated relationship

Burial:
Louise Methodist Church Cemetery
Louise
Montgomery County
Tennessee, USA

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POWERS, Alice Gordon (I14087)
 
120 Birth: Feb. 27, 1931, USA
Death: Feb. 28, 1950, North Korea

Private First Class Byard was a member of Battery C, 58th Field Artillery Battalion, 3rd Infantry Division. He was Killed in Action while fighting the enemy in North Korea on November 28, 1950. His remains were not recovered.

Awarded
Purple Heart, Korean Service Medal, United Nations Service Medal, National Defense Service Medal, Korean Presidential Unit Citation and the Republic of Korea War Service Medal.


Currently their is not DNA on file from a decedent of Billie click the link below for directions on how to get started.

KOREAN WAR DNA PROJECT KEY NO: 4097

Family links:
Parents:
Carl Byard (1911 - 1977)
Mary Mothaleen Nicholson Weinantz (1911 - 1973)

Sibling:
Billie Jack Byard (1931 - 1950)
Jill Byard Wasson-Pierce (1934 - 2017)*

*Calculated relationship

Burial:
Unknown
Plot: Listed on the Korean War Memorial in Dayton, Ohio, Cenotaph > Indiana Panel 2

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BYARD, Billy Jack (I12027)
 
121 Birth: Feb., 1868
Winterport
Waldo County
Maine, USA
Death: Sep. 1, 1950
Dedham
Norfolk County
Massachusetts, USA

Eva was the d/o Thomas Wentworth and his wife Clara Eaton, both born in Maine. Eva had one sister, Joanna who married Walter Colson in Winterport, Maine in 1890.

Eva was the mother of four sons and a daughter.
Sadly, their baby, Lawrence Bayard, born in Cambridge, Massachusetts, lived only 25 days and was buried in Bangor, Maine.

Eva and Robert were together for many years and hopefully they were happy years.

Family links:
Spouse:
Robert Roland Bayard (1859 - 1941)*

*Calculated relationship

Burial:
Brookdale Cemetery
Dedham
Norfolk County
Massachusetts, USA 
WENTWORTH, Eva Florence (I14265)
 
122 Birth: Jan. 11, 1849
New York, USA
Death: Apr. 11, 1902
Ludington
Mason County
Michigan, USA

He was married when he died
Father Alex Byard (New York)
Died from failure of the heart

Burial:
Lakeview Cemetery
Ludington
Mason County
Michigan, USA 
BYARD, John (I15874)
 
123 Birth: Jan. 19, 1810
Sedgwick
Hancock County
Maine, USA
Death: 1885
Winterport
Waldo County
Maine, USA

Sylvanus Byard was born in Sedgwick to Mary Polly Billings, the daughter of Abel Billings and his wife, Elizabeth Betsy Farrar. Mary was unmarried but someone in the family noted that the baby's father was a Byard. The only Byards in Sedgwick were the sons of Robert and Abigail (Glover) Byard and I've been able to account for all of these young men except for Samuel. Samuel was born in Sedgwick on 13 Jan. 1781 and I haven't been able to find him anywhere on-line after his birth date. In 1812, when his father, Robert, wrote his will, Robert mentioned Samuel as still alive. My "feeling" is that Samuel decided to move on before or soon after the baby was born and while he was at it, he burned every bridge he crossed.

I haven't found out very much about Sylvanus but it seems he was still living in Sedgwick when he married Belinda Colson. I received this e-mail from a descendant of the Colson/Corson families:

"Belinda Colson of Frankfort and Sylvenus Byard of Sedgwick, Maine married 2 Nov 1834 by Robert Lambert. Monroe VR Vol 1:2.54. It was in a Vital Records book of Frankfort, Maine by Picton Press. It is a new book."

Sylvanus and Belinda had the following children:

John Dyer Byard b. 1835
Reuben H. Byard b. 1836
Eliakim Byard b. 1843
James Byard b. 1846
Mary Elizabeth Byard b. 1848
Charles A. Byard b. 1854

Sylvanus and Belinda were living in Frankfort in the 1850 census where he was listed as a laborer. By the 1860 census, the family lived in Winterport and again Sylvanus was employed as a laborer. When the Civil War began, four of their sons enlisted in the Union Army (Charles was too young to join) and Reuben lost his life in Louisiana. John, Eliakim and James made it home in one piece and were ready to pursue the rest of their lives.

In 1870, the census shows that Sylvanus and Belinda were living alone and Sylvanus' real estate value had increased to $500. In 1880, both Sylvanus and Belinda were still together but I don't find Sylvanus in the 1900 census so he apparently had passed on.

If anyone reading this knows more about Sylvanus Byard, I would love to hear from you!

Family links:
Spouse:
Belinda Colson Byard (1813 - 1905)*

*Calculated relationship

Burial:
Oak Hill Cemetery
Winterport
Waldo County
Maine, USA 
BYARD, Sylvanus (I5380)
 
124 Birth: Jan. 3, 1925
Little River
Rice County
Kansas, USA
Death: Jul. 5, 2017
Leawood
Johnson County
Kansas, USA

SALINA - Betty Buchanan Byard, 92, of Salina, died Wednesday, July 5, 2017, in Leawood, Kansas. She was born January 3, 1925, in Little River. She was one of six siblings of Ula and Ray Buchanan, in addition to three half-sisters. After graduating from high school, she attended nursing school in Hutchinson, Kansas and St. Louis, Missouri to become a registered nurse. Betty worked the majority of her career for Dr. Chester Scott in Salina. She was an active member of the University United Methodist Church in Salina.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Lewis Ansel Byard. Survivors include: her two sons, Curtis and wife Michelle of Atlanta, Bradley and wife Connie of Overland Park; two granddaughters, Stacy and husband Reid Golden, Lisa and husband Cobus Breytenbach; two grandsons, Brian and Kyle Byard; two step-granddaughters, Christie and husband Allen Finkenaur, Lindsay and husband Zach Drummond; five great-grandchildren, Cale, Maelyn, Clara Jane, Olivia, and Lawson.

Visitation and reception of friends will be from 5 to 7 p.m. on Monday, July 10, at Birzer Funeral Home in Lyons, Kansas. Funeral will be on Tuesday, July 11, at the Congregational Church in Little River at 1 p.m. There will be a family burial, prior to the service, at Bean Cemetery in Little River at 11 a.m.

In lieu of flowers, family suggests memorials to the Little River Community Library, P.O. Box 98, Little River, Kansas 67457.

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Betty Buchanan and Lewis Ansel Byard married on 19 January 1947.

Family links:
Parents:
Andrew Raymond Buchanan (1883 - 1975)
Ula Brooks Buchanan (1898 - 1985)

Spouse:
Lewis Ansel Byard (1925 - 2012)*

Siblings:
Neva G Buchanan German (1907 - 1979)**
Glen Buchanan (1909 - 1909)**
Carol M Buchanan Staub (1911 - 1986)**
Elva Mae Buchanan Connery (1913 - 1986)**
Ruth Mary Buchanan Riley (1920 - 2011)*
Guy Ray Buchanan (1921 - 2005)*
Bruce L Buchanan (1923 - ____)*
Betty Buchanan Byard (1925 - 2017)
Louise K. Buchanan Larson (1926 - 1973)*
Claris Faye Buchanan Hunsinger (1933 - 2011)*

*Calculated relationship
**Half-sibling

Burial:
Bean Cemetery
Little River
Rice County
Kansas, USA

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Find A Grave Memorial# 43688271 
BUCHANAN, Betty (I10224)
 
125 Birth: Jan. 3, 1935
Death: Oct. 10, 2011

John "Junior" Byard

John "Junior" Byard, 76, of Holly Springs, died Oct. 10, 2011 at Baptist DeSoto Hospital in Southaven. Owner of American Heating & Air since 1971, he was a Mason, Shriner and member of Ducks Unlimited, Olive Branch Motor Corp., and an Army veteran of the Korean War.

Services will be held at 2 p.m. on Oct. 13 at First Baptist Church in Holly Springs, where he was a member. Burial will be in Hill Crest Cemetery. Dr. Curtis Ferrell will officiate. Holly Springs Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.

He leaves his wife, Trudie Green Byard; three sons, Eddie Byard (Donna), Joey C. Byard (Patti), Chris L. Byard (Dana), all of Holly Springs; four brothers, Joe Byard of Hernando, Kenneth Byard of Memphis, Tenn., Jerry Byard of Looxahoma, Charlie Byard of Memphis; and grandchildren Sarah, Elizabeth, Emilee, Connor and Alexis.

For online condolences visit www.hsfuneralhome.com

Obit 10/13/11 South reporter

Family links:
Spouse:
Cora Gertrude Green Byard*

*Calculated relationship

Burial:
Hill Crest Cemetery
Holly Springs (Marshall County)
Marshall County
Mississippi, USA
 
BYARD, John Edward (I9541)
 
126 Birth: Jan. 31, 1925
Indianapolis
Marion County
Indiana, USA
Death: Jul. 17, 2016

Donald William Byard born January 31, 1925 to Maurice and Grace Byard.

Husband of nearly 69 years to Ruth (Genny) Byard. Father to 7 children, grandfather to 7, and great grandfather to 15.

Preceded in death by his parents and brother, Harold, and his daughter Janice and granddaughter Wendy. Retired from Link Belt Chain Plant in 1983 after nearly 37 years.

Proud to be an American, Don served as a member of the United States Marines Corps in the south Pacific during WWII and once honorably discharged returned home and fell in love with Genny. Married on September 27th, 1946 and with one child, Lois, moved into their first and only home 2 years later at 2302 N. Kessler Blvd. N. Dr., Indianapolis, IN during September 1949.

Seven children were eventually raised at 2302 along with more memories than one could count of vacations, great neighbors, co-workers and friends. Donald and Ruth were members of North Baptist Church where they both helped in numerous ministries and capacities.

Family links:
Parents:
Maurice Morris Donald Byard (____ - 1954)
Grace Byard (____ - 1965)

Spouse:
Ruth Genevieve Craig Byard (1924 - 2015)

Note: Services entrusted to Flanner and Buchanan

Burial:
Washington Park North Cemetery
Indianapolis
Marion County
Indiana, USA

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BYARD, Donald William (I14203)
 
127 Birth: Jan. 7, 1903
Mitchell
Rice County
Kansas, USA
Death: Sep. 20, 1976
Lyons
Rice County
Kansas, USA

Mrs. Henry Byard
LYONS - Clara Byard. 73. died Monday at Lyons District Hospital. Born Jan. 7. 1903. at Mitchell, she was married to Henry Byard, Dec. 1, 1924, at Mitchell. He died May 9, 1974. She was a lifetime area resident.
She was a member of the United Methodist Church, Lyons.
Survivors include sons: Howard, Lyons; Donald, Kenner, La.; daughter: Mrs. Agatha Gacke, Dallas. Tex.; brother: Lester Conner. Lyons; sister: Effie Conner. Lyons; seven grandchildren; one great-grandchild.
Funeral will be 2 p.m. Wednesday at the church; Rev. Jay Anderson. Burial will be in Lyons Municipal Cemetery. Friends may call 1 to 9 p.m. Tuesday and 8 a.m. until noon Wednesday at Crawford-Miller Mortuary. Lyons. Family suggests memorials to American Cancer Society.

from Hutchinson News, Hutchinson, KS
Tuesday, 21 Sep 1976


Family links:
Parents:
William Horatio Conner (1875 - 1964)
Bertha Porter Conner (1881 - 1954)

Spouse:
John Henry Byard (1899 - 1974)*

Children:
Howard Stanley Byard (1927 - 2004)*
Donald D Byard (1929 - 1990)*
Agatha V. Byard Pihl (1936 - 2011)*

Siblings:
Clara Elizabeth Conner Byard (1903 - 1976)
John Lester Conner (1904 - 1987)*
Effie Hazel Conner (1906 - 1994)*

*Calculated relationship

Burial:
Lyons Municipal Cemetery
Lyons
Rice County
Kansas, USA

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CONNER, Clara Elizabeth (I16426)
 
128 Birth: Jul. 10, 1883
Reading
Hillsdale County
Michigan, USA
Death: Apr. 2, 1972
Hillsdale
Hillsdale County
Michigan, USA

The Jonesville Independent
Thursday, April 6, 1972
OBITUARY
BESSIE M. BYARD, 88

Funeral services were held Wednesday at the Beebe Funeral Home for Mrs. William (Bessie) M. Byard, 88, who died Sunday in the Hillsdale Community Health Center.

The Rev. Densel Fuller officiated and burial was in the Sunset View Cemetery under the auspices of Vesper Chapter OES.

Mrs. Byard had lived at the home of her grandson, Wayne Byard, on Harley Street prior to her hospitalization.

She was born July 10, 1883 in Reading, daughter of Clarence and Minnie Smith Squires and lived most of her life in Jonesville.

She was a life member of Vesper Chapter 329, OES, and a member of the First United Methodist Church and the WSCS.

her husband, William, to whom she was married on Aug. 8, 19076, dief in 1946.

Survivors include a son, Bernard, of Jonesville; two grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren.

Burial:
Sunset View Cemetery
Jonesville
Hillsdale County
Michigan, USA 
SQUIRES, Bessie Maud (I14243)
 
129 Birth: Jul. 13, 1882
Tennessee, USA
Death: Oct. 12, 1953
Fort Myers
Lee County
Florida, USA

Mrs. Dadie L. Newell died at Lee Memorial Hospital, Fort Myers. She was survived by husband, Bryant Newell. Sons, Robert Newell, Fort Myers, Nel Newell, Wauchula, Hiram Newell, Griffin, GA, Harold Newell, Punta Gorda; Horace Newell, Pasadena, TX and Cline Newell, Orlando; daughters, Mrs. Clara Dozier and Mrs. Peter (Madge) Kay of Fort Myers and Mrs. Harry Yeomans, Fort Ogden; brothers, Horace Byard, Fort Ogden and Leslie Byard, Evansville, IN. Funeral arrangements by Leo W. Engelhardt funeral Home. (Fort Myers News-Press, 10/13/53)

Family links:
Spouse:
Bryant Edwin Newell (1873 - 1959)*

Children:
Bryant Edwin Newell (1899 - 1970)*
Clara N. Dozier Beebe (1901 - 1991)*
Robert Mac Newell (1907 - 1984)*
Jesse H Newell (1917 - 1966)*
Madge Marie Newell Kay (1920 - 2011)*

*Calculated relationship

Burial:
Fort Myers Cemetery
Fort Myers
Lee County
Florida, USA
Plot: 3rd North Addition, P-13

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BYARD, Dadie Law (I9164)
 
130 Birth: Jul. 15, 1782
Sedgwick
Hancock County
Maine, USA
Death: Aug. 16, 1808
Sedgwick
Hancock County
Maine, USA

daughter of Samuel and Eunice (Silver) Hale

She married John Byard, son of Robert and Abigail (Glover) Byard, on 1 Dec 1803 in Sedgwick and sixteen days after the birth of their third child, baby Eunice born on Aug. 1, 1808, Eunice died, apparently from complications of childbirth.

Family links:
Spouse:
John Byard (1778 - 1820)

Children:
Abigail G. Byard Allen (1804 - 1832)*
Eunice Byard Allen (1808 - 1885)* 
HALE, Eunice (I12285)
 
131 Birth: Jul. 15, 1885
Minneapolis
Hennepin County
Minnesota, USA
Death: 1956
Chicago Heights
Cook County
Illinois, USA

Frank Hollis Byard was the son of David Brooks Byard and Adelia Celestie Smith.

He married Laura White Kellogg and they were the parents of two sons, Walter Brooks Byard and Frank Hollis Byard Jr. He and Laura later divorced. His second marriage was to Florence Margaret Ward (Booth).

Family links:
Spouses:
Laura White Kellogg Byard (1891 - 1979)
Florence Margaret Ward Booth Byard (1892 - 1982)

Children:
Frank Hollis Byard (1921 - 2003)*

*Calculated relationship

Burial:
Oak Woods Cemetery
Chicago
Cook County
Illinois, USA

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BYARD, Frank Hollis (I14833)
 
132 Birth: Jul. 17, 1814
Sedgwick
Hancock County
Maine, USA
Death: Sep. 30, 1852

Capt. John Byard
Died Sep 30, 1852, aged 38

son of John and his wife, Judith (Eaton) Byard. His death took place on-board a ship in Eastport, Washington County, Maine on Sept. 28, 1852 according to Sedgwick's vital records.

Family links:
Parents:
John Byard (1778 - 1820)
Judith Eaton Byard (1777 - 1829)

Burial:
Sedgwick Rural Cemetery
Sedgwick
Hancock County
Maine, USA
Plot: age 38 years 
BYARD, John (I12289)
 
133 Birth: Jul. 17, 1876
Tennessee, USA
Death: Mar. 4, 1929
Clarksville
Montgomery County
Tennessee, USA


Ed Anderson Byard was born on July 17, 1876 in Tennessee, the son of R A Byard and Lizzie (Suiter) Byard.

A wood hauler, he was a widower when he died of a combination of TB and the flu on March 4, 1929 in Clarksville and was buried the next day in Pleasant View Cemetery.


Most of the above is from his Death Certificate, with Edna Byard of Clarksville as the informant.



Family links:
Children:
Earl C Byard (1900 - 1972)*
Addie May Byard Nelson (1907 - 1926)*

*Calculated relationship

Burial:
Pleasant View Baptist Church Cemetery
Montgomery County
Tennessee, USA

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BYARD, Edward Anderson (I9156)
 
134 Birth: Jul. 17, 1935
Clarksville
Montgomery County
Tennessee, USA
Death: Apr. 13, 2012
Clarksville
Montgomery County
Tennessee, USA

Peggy Joyce Black

Peggy Joyce Black, age 76, of Clarksville, TN, died Friday, April 13, 2012 at Gateway Medical Center.

Funeral services will be held 1 p.m., Monday at Neal-Tarpley-Parchman Chapel with Rev. Richard Stafford officiating. Burial in Pleasant View Baptist Church Cemetery.

Visitation will be held on Sunday from 1 til 5 p.m. and Monday from 11 a.m. until the hour of the service at the funeral home.

Pallbearers will be Jimmy, Tommy, Danny, Bobby and Dwight Byard and Jerry Edwards.

Peggy was born July 17, 1935 in Montgomery County, daughter of the late Marvin Byard and Nannie Mae Smith Byard.

Survivors include her husband, Carney B. Black of Clarksville; four sons, Eddie Knight of Dixon, KY, Gary Knight of Clarksville, Joe Douglas Eads, Jr. of Pleasant View, TN and Vincent Eads of Clarksville; step son, Ronald Black of Clarksville; daughter, Melonie Dillow of Clarksville; two step daughters, Deborah Sampson of Clarksville and Delores Hood of Rector, AR; four brothers, Jimmy, Tommy, Danny and Bobby Byard all of Clarksville; sister, Donna Ryder of Clarksville; fourteen grandchildren; nine great grandchildren.

Arrangements entrusted to Neal-Tarpley-Parchman Funeral Home, 1510 Madison Street, Clarksville, TN 37040, 931-645-6488

Family links:
Parents:
Marvin Harrison Byard (1905 - 1971)
Nannie Mae Smith Byard (1913 - 1993)

Spouse:
Carney B Black (1929 - 2013)*

Siblings:
Bertha Mae Byard (1930 - 1940)*
Marvin Luther Byard (1931 - 1932)*
Peggy Joyce Byard Black (1935 - 2012)
Burton Wheeler Byard (1938 - 1944)*

*Calculated relationship

Burial:
Pleasant View Baptist Church Cemetery
Montgomery County
Tennessee, USA

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Record added: Apr 14, 2013
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BYARD, Peggy Joyce (I14661)
 
135 Birth: Jul. 18, 1939
Death: Dec. 30, 2012

Sonja Byard, 73, of Arcola died at 3:45 a.m. Sunday (Dec. 30, 2012) at home.

She was born July 18, 1939 in Monticello to Melvin Eugene and Opal Katherine Peterson Wimer. She married Kenneth Lee "Snoopy" Byard on Oct. 28, 1965 in Brunswick, Ga. He passed away on Dec. 22, 2008. She was also preceded in death by her parents.

She is survived by five children, Terry (Jill) Lawson, Michael (Joan) Lawson, Debbie Sisk, Kenneth "Ken" (Nancy) Byard and Kevin (April) Byard; one brother, Albert (Roseann) Wimer; 13 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.



Family links:
Spouse:
Kenneth Byard (1934 - 2008)*

*Calculated relationship

Burial:
Monticello Cemetery
Monticello
Piatt County
Illinois, USA

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Record added: Dec 31, 2012
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LAWSON, Sonja Jean WIMER (I10221)
 
136 Birth: Jul. 19, 1873
Oaksville
Otsego County
New York, USA
Death: Mar. 13, 1965
Pawling
Dutchess County
New York, USA

Son of John S. Byard 1844-1924 and Della A. Fitch 1852-1934.


Dr. Dever S. Byard. aged 91, of Pawling died Saturday March 13th,in the Lovely Hill Nursing Home in Pawling after a brief illness.
Dr. Byard was born in Oaksville, attended Harwick Seminary and was graduated with honors from New York University Medical School in 1895. He was formerly clinical professor in pediatrics at the Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons and director of medical services at St. Mary's Free Hospital for Children. He was a pioneer in the clinical application of the Schick test for diphtheria and lectured to medical societies on its significance and use, and on immunization in generally.
......

Surviving are a daughter Mrs. Malcolm Fooshee and a son, Spencer Byard. His wife, Mrs. Ella Nabersberg Byard, died in 1963.

Full obituary published in The Otsego Farmer, Cooperstown, N.Y. Thursday March 18, 1965 page 4.



Family links:
Parents:
John Byard (1844 - 1924)
Delia A. Byard (1852 - 1934)

Spouse:
Ella M Nabersberg Byard (1872 - 1963)*

Children:
Dever Spencer Byard (1908 - 1992)*

Sibling:
Dever Smith Byard (1873 - 1965)
John Kenneth Byard (1886 - 1959)*

*Calculated relationship

Burial:
Fly Creek Valley Cemetery
Otsego County
New York, USA
Plot: Lot 399

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BYARD, Dr Dever Smith (I14393)
 
137 Birth: Jul. 22, 1941
Atlantic City
Atlantic County
New Jersey, USA
Death: Jan. 11, 2017

Carole Marie Byard, “Suggie,” was born on July 22, 1941, in Atlantic City, New Jersey to the late William Alfred Byard and Viola London-Byard. Carole graduated from Atlantic City High School, class of 1959. After graduating from high school, Carole studied art at Fleisher Art Memorial in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania from 1961 to 1963. She then attended the New York Phoenix School of Design from 1964 to 1968. Carole also studied lithography with H. Morimoto and Robert Blackburn in New York City.

Carole was a prolific visual artist and photographer, who was often inspired by her observation and love of nature. Her ability to recognize the beauty and purity in every living thing was like none other.

During the course of her noteworthy career, Carole illustrated over a dozen children’s books, which include her Coretta Scott King Award winning illustrations for Africa Dream (1978), Cornrows (1980), Grandma’s Joy (1981) and Working Cotton (1993), which received both the Caldecott and the King Honor Award. In November 2001, Carole did a breathtaking one-woman show at the Atlantic City Art Center on the Boardwalk at New Jersey Ave. She was interviewed by a reporter from the Press of Atlantic City who asked her why illustrating children’s books was so important to her. She replied, “I always loved reading, but none of the people in the pictures looked like me. When I worked on my first book I thought about the books I read when I was young. I knew it was important to make the most beautiful book I could make. This isn’t something I’m doing only for black children. Kids of all nationalities and races should see the world is made up of all kinds of people.” Equally significant was her “Rent Series,” a vintage collection of artwork beginning in the 1980s, which was inspired by a collection of her late father’s rent receipts kept in memory of his lifelong efforts to provide housing for their family.

Carole was an extraordinary person of many talents. She treasured her gift and used her strong and independent spirit to soar beyond the expected. Carole loved her family and was notorious for her cooking and storytelling. Her positive and encouraging demeanor made her a friend to all. The life of the party, Carole enjoyed dancing and telling jokes. Carole will truly be missed but never forgotten.

Carole is pre-deceased by her parents and brother, Michael. She leaves to cherish her memory her nephews: Michael and Keith Byard of Atlantic City, NJ; Kwame Preloue of Cape May County; one niece, Michelle Montford of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; one adopted son Ayodele Nelson of New York, NY; one godson, Nasheet Waits of New York; aunts: Millicent Bent of Mays Landing, NJ and; two uncles: Joseph Longdon and Louis Farrell of Atlantic City and a host of cousins and friends.

Calling hours will be Saturday, January 21, 2017, from 10:00 AM until 11:30 AM at Saint Augustine's Episcopal Church, 1709 Arctic Avenue, Atlantic City, NJ, followed by a Celebration of Carole's life at 11:30AM. Her Mass of Christian Burial will begin at Noon, Saturday, January 21, 2017, Saint Augustine's Episcopal Church, 1709 Arctic Avenue, Atlantic City, NJ. The interment will be scheduled for a later time and date in Atlantic City Cemetery, Pleasantville.

Arrangements entrusted to Greenidge Funeral Homes, Atlantic City.

Family links:
Parents:
William Alfred Byard (1919 - ____)
Viola Byard (1920 - ____)

Sibling:
Carole Marie Byard (1941 - 2017)
William Michael Byard (1955 - 2006)*

*Calculated relationship

Burial:
Atlantic City Cemetery
Pleasantville
Atlantic County
New Jersey, USA

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Record added: Mar 31, 2017
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BYARD, Carole Marie (I11566)
 
138 Birth: Jul. 23, 1925
Kentucky, USA
Death: Jul. 9, 2014
Erlanger
Kenton County
Kentucky, USA

Rosemary T. Sloan, 88, of Erlanger, Kentucky passed away on Wednesday July 9th, 2014 at St. Elizabeth Hospice in Edgewood. She was a homemaker.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Colen Sloan.

She is survived by her sons, William (Shirley) Sloan of Burlington, and Michael Sloan of Latonia; and her daughter, Kathy (Rock) Collins of Taylor Mill. She also leaves behind her 10 grandchildren, 11 great-grandchildren, and 2 great-great grandchildren.

Visitation will be on Friday July 11th, 2014 from 9AM-11AM at St. Henry Catholic Church in Erlanger. Mass of Christian burial will follow the visitation at 11AM at the church. Burial will be at St. John's Cemetery in Ft. Mitchell. Memorials to: St. Elizabeth Hospice Edgewood 483 S. Loop Drive, Edgewood, KY 41017.

Published in the Kentucky Enquirer on July 10, 2014



Family links:
Parents:
William Byard (1879 - 1944)
Sadie Byard (____ - 1938)

Spouse:
Colen J. Sloan (1923 - 2003)

Burial:
Saint John Cemetery
Fort Mitchell
Kenton County
Kentucky, USA

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Record added: Sep 24, 2015
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BYARD, Rose Marie (I11219)
 
139 Birth: Jun. 11, 1851
Sedgwick
Hancock County
Maine, USA

Death: Mar. 2, 1937
Auburn
Androscoggin County
Maine, USA

Nellie was the last child born to Hezekiah Dodge Byard and his wife, Maria Trussell and her Byards had lived in Sedgwick, Maine since about 1768 when her GGrandfather, Robert Byard bought land in Maine. The land where Robert and his wife, Abigial Glover Byard settled and raised their family is still named on Maine maps as Byard's Point. They also had a home in Salem, Massachusetts but finally sold it in 1771. Abigail's Glover family had lived in Salem since the 1600s; her GGrandfather, John Glover married Mary Guppy, Reuben's daughter, in 1660. Abigail was baptised in Salem on Dec. 15, 1745. Abigail's first cousin (their fathers were brothers) was Brig. General John Glover of the Marblehead Mariners who played a major role during the American Revolution.

Nellie had two sisters, Francis and Eva, and four brothers, George (my ancestor), James, Henry and Edward, all born in Sedgwick but not all of them remained there.

In the 1870 census, Nellie was living with her parents and was a Sedgwick school teacher. In 1874, she was found in the Maine Teacher's Directory but she used the surname of Bayard, instead of Byard. Some of the younger generation of Byards changed to the French Bayard spelling and kept that spelling throughout their lives. Even Nellie's father was called "Hezekiah D. Bayard" when the Lewiston
Evening Journal noted his passing in their issue of
May 24, 1892 (on page 2 on lower left column) stating that he was "of an old family" and a distant relative of
Thomas Francis Bayard, an descendant of the American Bayards who first arrived in New Netherland (later re-named New York) in 1647. I think Nellie knew something about the family's history that I've haven't yet discovered so that when Edson was born, she gave him the Bayard middle name in honor of that history.

Nellie first married George Haskell Buker, born in Castine and was found in the 1870 census there working as a stone mason like his father, Edson Haskell Buker, but he had bigger dreams and pursued them, becoming a druggist and finding work in Presque Isle where they lived when Edson was born. George had a heart attack and died when Edson was only about five months old so Edson had no memories of his father. George's body was brought back to Castine and buried in the Castine Cemetery where his parents are buried. For everyone, this must have been a horrible tragedy and especially for Nellie who was now a widow at such a young age. She returned to her parents in Sedgwick
and may have returned to the classroom as a teacher.

When Nellie married Rev. Curtis in 1889, the marriage record showed that she was a resident of Sedgwick. They were together until their deaths. They never had children together but when they married, Nellie was about 38 years old. I once had a photo of both of them, along with Edson, but I lost everything in a computer crash. Rev. Curtis was very nice looking, and very tall or Nellie was very small, compared to him. I wish I knew the story of how and where they met but I don't. I have the family on my Ancestry.com tree for the Byards.

Family links:
Parents:
Hezekiah Dodge Byard (1810 - 1892)
Maria Trussell Byard (1811 - 1906)

Spouses:
George Haskell Buker (1850 - 1883)
William C Curtis (1849 - 1933)

Children:
Edson Bayard Buker (1882 - 1968)*

*Calculated relationship

Burial:
Mount Auburn Cemetery
Auburn
Androscoggin County
Maine, USA
 
BYARD, Nellie L (I12278)
 
140 Birth: Jun. 12, 1917
Montgomery County
Tennessee, USA
Death: Dec. 29, 1997
Hamblen County
Tennessee, USA

BYARD, WALTER SAMUEL, SR. - age 80, of Morristown, passed away Monday, December 29, 1997, at Fort Sanders Parkwest Medical Center in Knoxville. A World War II Veteran, he served with the U.S. Army, 42nd Rainbow Division in the European theater and was a former prisoner of war. He was retired from American Enka and a member of Enterprise Baptist Church. He was preceded in death by his wife, Zelma Mills Byard. Survivors include his wife, Mary Jo; three sons, Walter Samuel Byard, Jr. of Dandridge; Ltc. (retired) Johnny Robert Byard of Poquoson, Va., Clyde Edwin Byard of Morristown; daughters, Bobbie Wisecarver and Faye Morgan of Morristown and Charlene (Charle) Coffey of Tullahoma, Tenn.; grandsons, Johnny Robert Byard, Jr. of Chester, Va., Rev. Gregg Wisecarver of Fort Worth, Texas, Erich Morgan, Adam Byard and Ben Byard, all of Morristown, Brad Coffey of Tullahoma, Tenn., Ray Russell of Kingston, Tenn., and George Russell of Knoxville; granddaughters, Christy Londenberg of Poquoson, Va., Angie Burgess of McDonald, Tenn., Carol Russell of Knoxville, and Carla Coffey Bloom of Tullahoma, Tenn.; nine great-granddaughters; one great-grandson and one great-great-grandson; stepdaughter, Sherry Shults of Morristown and four step-grandchildren; several nieces and nephews. Funeral service will be held Wednesday, December 31, 1997, 8 p.m. at Westside Chapel with Rev. Gregg Wisecarver officiating. Military graveside service will be Thursday, January 1, 1998, 10 a.m. in the Hamblen Memory Gardens. The family will receive friends Wednesday from 6-8 p.m. at the funeral home. Memorial donations may be made to the following churches: Alpha Baptist Church, Morristown, Manley Baptist Church, Morristown, Chestnut Grove United Methodist, Dandridge or King's Cross Church, Tullahoma, Tenn or to a favorite charity. Westside Chapel Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.

Family links:
Parents:
Samuel Nathaniel Decker Byard (1875 - 1960)
Ann Ella Fain Byard (1877 - 1919)

Spouse:
Zelma Mills Byard (1914 - 1975)*

Siblings:
Bethel Mae Byard Griffin (1902 - 1981)*
Bethel Byard Griffin (1902 - 1981)*
Hillmon Lee Byard (1904 - 1949)*
Bessie Byard Hollis (1908 - 1932)*
Clara Nathaniel Byard (1913 - 1914)*
Walter Samuel Byard (1917 - 1997)
Samuel Nathaniel Byard (1933 - 1990)**
John R Byard (1935 - 1935)**

*Calculated relationship
**Half-sibling

Burial:
Hamblen Memory Gardens
Morristown
Hamblen County
Tennessee, USA

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BYARD, Walter Samuel (I9617)
 
141 Birth: Jun. 20, 1925
Clarksville
Montgomery County
Tennessee, USA
Death: Jan. 28, 2000
Clinton Township
Macomb County
Michigan, USA

Wilma Eleanor Hunt, 74, a resident of Chesterfield Township,died Friday Jan. 28,2000,in St. Joseph's Mercy of Macomb West Hospital, Clinton Township. She was born June 20,1925 in Clarksville, Tennessee.

Mrs. Hunt retired in January from Henry Ford Health Systems where she worked in the clerical office.The family said she enjoyed knitting and taking care of her children and grandchildren.

She is survived by her son, John (Nancy),daughter Jacqueline (Dominic) Tocco, two sisters,one brother,and grandchildren, Tammy (Jim) Cirilli, Richard Hunt,Tabitha(Glenn) Peters, Kristin (Edward) Hunter, Leonard Gino,Dena (Charles) Thomas, and Anthony Tocco. She was predeceased by her husband of 38 years,Harry.

Funeral services will be held at Kaul Funeral Home, Clinton Township with the Rev Dale Hunter officiating.

Siblings

William Lee Byard

Nellie Irene Byard

Jesse James Byard

Lillian Augusta Byard

Robert Lee Byard

Grace Elizabeth Byard 1920 - Living

Family links:
Parents:
Richard Lee Byard (1886 - 1969)
Mattie Belle Martin Byard Moor (1892 - 1961)

Spouse:
Harry Andrew Hunt (1922 - 1985)

Children:
John Patrick Hunt (1948 - 1948)*

*Calculated relationship

Inscription:
In Loving Memory

Burial:
Cadillac Memorial Gardens-East
Clinton Township
Macomb County
Michigan, USA
Plot: 140 C 
BYARD, Wilma Eleanor (I11426)
 
142 Birth: Jun. 25, 1908
Death: Feb. 7, 2012
Lakeland
Polk County
Florida, USA

Mrs. Frances "Panny" Gorham Hill, 103, passed away Tuesday, February 7, 2012 at her home due to natural causes. She was born June 25, 1908 to James, Jr. and Lulu (Tarpening) Byard.

Mrs. Hill was a member of the First United Methodist Church in Lakeland, Daughters of the American Revolution (D.A.R.), County Mental Health Board, Chairman of the Wellsville Garden Club and a retired Physical Education teacher at Oneonta High School.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Aubrey D. Hill; and her six brothers and sisters. Survivors include numerous nieces, nephews and friends.

In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the First United Methodist Church, 72 Lake Morton Drive, Lakeland, Fl 33801.

A memorial service will be Monday, Feb. 13, 2012 at 1:00 P.M. in the chapel of Gentry-Morrison Funeral Home (5245 US Hwy 98 North). She will be laid to rest with her husband at the Florida National Cemetery.

Gentry-Morrison Funeral Home-Northside Chapel.


Family links:
Spouse:
Aubrey Deloss Hill (1900 - 1996)

Burial:
Florida National Cemetery
Bushnell
Sumter County
Florida, USA

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Record added: Feb 10, 2012
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BYARD, Frances (I13390)
 
143 Birth: Jun. 26, 1906
Death: Oct. 30, 1976


Family links:
Parents:
George W Byard (1880 - 1959)
Lelar M Byard (1885 - 1970)

Spouse:
Mary Elizabeth Yarbrough Byard (1920 - 1993)*

Siblings:
Annie Byard Rose (1901 - 1930)*
Matthew Edmond Byard (1903 - 1979)*
Thomas Garfield Byard (1906 - 1976)
Georgia Ann Beard (1909 - 1976)*
Rusha Maud Byard McCord (1911 - 1932)*
Lawrence Ellis Byard (1928 - 2008)*

*Calculated relationship

Inscription:
Husband & Father / THOMAS G. BYARD / 1906 - 1976

Note: Buried next to Mary Byard, CDI provided the dates, middle name, being born in Tennessee and dying in Los Angeles County, SSDI lists Walnut for the last residence

Burial:
Montecito Memorial Park
Colton
San Bernardino County
California, USA
Plot: Spruce lot, sixty-eight rows down(west) from Waterman Avenue, twentieth headstone closest to Barton Road, about twenty-four spaces south from Barton Road

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BYARD, Thomas Garfield (I14252)
 
144 Birth: Jun. 27, 1917
Mounds
Creek County
Oklahoma, USA
Death: Aug. 26, 1990
Oklahoma, USA

Funeral services for Fred. S. Byard, 73, were held August 29 (1990) at 10 a.m. at Jenks First Baptist Church, with interment at the Beggs City Cemetery.

Mr. Byard was born June 27, 1917 at Mounds, Ok to Hiram W. and Nora Pearl Byard. He died on August 26 (1990).

He was a former oil field worker, and retired in 1979 from Scott Rice where he was a shipping cler, minvolved with domestic and international shipping.

Byard was a 32nd degree Mason and was an avid golfer.

He was preceded in death by his wife, Nellie Mae, in January 1983.

Survivors include: one son, Larry Byard, Tulsa; two daughters, Lou Edmiston, Tulsa and Sue Estep, Broken Arrow; two sisters, Mary Cowen, Tahlequah, and Marcella Gooch, Port Arthur, TX; one brother, Bill Byard, Mounds; six grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren.

Services and interment were under the direction of Ninde Funeral Home.

Family links:
Spouse:
Nellie Mae Byard (1920 - 1983)

Burial:
Beggs Cemetery
Beggs
Okmulgee County
Oklahoma, USA 
BYARD, Frederick S. (I15095)
 
145 Birth: Jun. 9, 1942
Central Lake
Antrim County
Michigan, USA
Death: Feb. 3, 2015
Kalkaska
Kalkaska County
Michigan, USA

Stephen James Byard Sr, of Kalkaska, passed away on February 3, 2015 at Kalkaska Memorial Health Center long term care Stephen was born on June 9, 1942 in Central Lake, son of Ernest and Beatrice (Davis/Welch) Byard. Stephen served his country honorably in the US Army. He was known for his mechanic work and loved driving Semi trucks. Stephen is survived by his children James, Rick, May, Victoria, Helen, Stephen, Jr, brother Ivan, and many nephew's and niece's, grandchildren, and great grandchildren. A Memorial graveside will be held on May 8, 2015 at 1 pm at Southern Cemetery in Central Lake.

Family links:
Parents:
Ernest James Byard (1882 - 1968)
Beatrice May Davis Byard (1903 - 1966)

Siblings:
Orilla M Byard Sellers Harding (1903 - 1976)**
Harold E Welch (1924 - 2008)**
Irene Frances Welch Brannon (1925 - 2013)**
Stephen James Byard (1942 - 2015)

*Calculated relationship
**Half-sibling

Burial:
Southern Cemetery
Central Lake
Antrim County
Michigan, USA

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Record added: Sep 21, 2015
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BYARD, Stephen James (I9752)
 
146 Birth: Mar. 10, 1950
Medina
Medina County
Ohio, USA
Death: Jul. 14, 2004
Medina
Medina County
Ohio, USA

Obituary: Robert R. Byard
Robert R. Byard, 54, of Spencer, passed away Wednesday, July 14, 2004, at Evergreen Rehab & Specialty Care Center in Medina.

He was born March 10, 1950, in Medina to William and Phyllis (nee Smith) Byard. Robert was a lifelong resident of Medina County and was employed as a technician with Gene's Refrigeration. Robert was quite a jack of all trades. He had the ability to do whatever needed to be accomplished. He especially enjoyed his motorcycle.

He is survived by his sons Travis (Lydia) Byard of West Salem, Sean (Robin) Byard of Canton, Theron Byard of Spencer and Robert Byard of Seville; grandchildren, Dylan, Travis Jr., Cordelia, Denver, and Seanna; and brothers, William and Craig Byard, both of Brook Park.

He was preceded in death by his parents, and sister, Barbara Brown.


Family links:
Parents:
William Lee Byard (1920 - 1993)
Phyllis I Smith Byard (1928 - 1999)

Sibling:
Barbara L Brown (1947 - 2003)*
Robert R. Byard (1950 - 2004)

*Calculated relationship

Burial:
Spencer Cemetery
Spencer
Medina County
Ohio, USA

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Record added: Jan 08, 2017
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BYARD, Robert Rollie (I10254)
 
147 Birth: Mar. 11, 1850
Jonesville
Hillsdale County
Michigan, USA
Death: Aug. 20, 1910
Ferris Township
Montcalm County
Michigan, USA

Groom's Name: Isaac Byard
Groom's Age: 23 years
Groom's Birth Date: 1851
Groom's Birthplace: Somerset
Bride's Name: Mina Gilson
Bride's Age: 24 years
Bride's Birth Date: 1850
Bride's Birthplace: Jonesville
Marriage Date: 25 Mar 1874
Marriage Place: Jonesville, Hillsdale, Michigan
Collection: Michigan Marriages, 1868-1925

Death Certificate
Ferris Twp., Mt Calm (sic), Michigan
Mina Byard
Female White Married
Born 11 Mar 1850 Michigan
Age 60 y 5 m 9 d
Housewife
Father Jas. Gibson b. Ireland
Mother Jane Glasgow b. Ireland
Informant Isaac Byard (Husband) - Vestaburg
Died 20 August 1910
Tuberculosis of lungs
Burial Ferris Cemetery 22 Aug

Family links:
Children:
Ernest James Byard (1882 - 1968)*

*Calculated relationship

Burial:
Ferris Center Cemetery
Vestaburg
Montcalm County
Michigan, USA 
GIBSON, Mina (I11316)
 
148 Birth: Mar. 12, 1913
Death: Jul. 2, 2004



BYARD, Kathleen Entered into eternal rest the evening of July 2, 2004, Kathleen Schulze Byard, widow of Adam Frederick Byard. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral service of Mrs. Byard, at Advent Lutheran Church, Tuesday, July 6, 2004, at 10 o'clock. Interment will follow at Bethany Cemetery. Friends may call at Stuhr's North Area Chapel, this Monday evening from 5 until 7 o'clock. Born March 12, 1913, in Summerville, SC, Mrs. Byard was the daughter of Henry William Schulze and Rosalee Strobel Schulze. She graduated from Summerville High School and attended Rice Business College for two years. She was a retired bookkeeper and executive secretary. She was an active volunteer for many years and received the honor of Volunteer of the Year for the State of South Carolina. Surviving Mrs. Byard are two sons, Frederick Bruce Byard (Barbara Woodley) of Raleigh, North Carolina, and Robert William Byard (Barbara McMahon) of Fayetteville, Georgia; four grandchildren, Tracy B. Combs of Sand Springs, Oklahoma, Kelly B. Maupin of Tulsa, Oklahoma, Robert William Byard, Jr., of Peachtree City, Georgia, and Jonathan Mac Byard of Fayetteville, Georgia. Flowers will be accepted. ARRANGEMENTS BY J. HENRY STUHR, INC., NORTH AREA CHAPEL.

Family links:
Spouse:
Adam Frederick Byard (1911 - 1992)*

*Calculated relationship

Burial:
Bethany Cemetery
Charleston
Charleston County
South Carolina, USA

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SCHULZE, Kathleen (I14082)
 
149 Birth: Mar. 2, 1868
West Virginia, USA
Death: May 25, 1950
Big Run (Wetzel County)
Wetzel County
West Virginia, USA

Cassie Byard Dunlap, 82 died May 25,1950. She was the daughter of Henry Byard and Mary Six Byard. Surviving are a daughter, Edna Rice, five sons, Arch, Earl, Elizie, Harry and Howard, three sisters. Services were held at the Jacksonburg Methodist Church and burial in Greenlawn Cemetery.

Family links:
Parents:
Henry A Byard (1855 - 1917)
Mary Elizabeth McDermott Byard (1858 - 1934)

Burial:
Greenlawn Cemetery
Moundsville
Marshall County
West Virginia, USA 
BYARD, Cassie Anders (I11134)
 
150 Birth: Mar. 2, 1956
Allegheny County
Pennsylvania, USA
Death: Jan. 22, 2014

- Loved Music
- Optimistic Man

Occupation:
- U.S. Government Employee at the Sandia Nuclear Facility in New Mexico

Military:
- USMC
- US Coast Guard
- Vietnam Veteran

Membership:
- Dravosburg American Legion

Father:
* Charles A. Byard Jr.
Mother:
* Gaye S. (MacArthur) Byard

Siblings:
* Rhonda (Byard) Foster

Children:
* Amanda (Jacobs) Byard
* Stacey Byard
* Lexy Byard
* Timmy Byard

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Byard , Ron A. 57
Born: 1956-03-02
Died: 2014-01-22
Dravosburg

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Ron A. Byard, 57, of Dravosburg, died Wednesday, Jan. 22, 2014, at his home. Born March 2, 1956, in McKeesport, he was the son of Gaye S. (MacArthur) Byard and the late Charles A. Byard Jr.

Ron served his country as a Marine in Okinowa during the Vietnam Conflict, and as a member of the Coast Guard. He was a past member of the Dravosburg American Legion. Ron was a former U.S. Government employee, working at Sandia Nuclear Facility in New Mexico. He loved all kinds of music. Ron was an optimistic man, spreading laughter and goodwill through his keen wit.

In addition to his mother, Ron is survived by his children, Amanda (Jared) Jacobs, Stacey Byard, Lexy Byard and Timmy Byard; grandson, James Jacobs; brother, Jay (Dana) Byard, of McKeesport; sister, Rhonda Foster, of Dravosburg; beloved aunt, Gayle Smith, of Dravosburg; beloved nieces, Christine Foster and Stefanie Foster; and cousins.

Family and friends will be received from 2 to 4 p.m. and from 6 p.m. until the time of service at 8 p.m. Saturday at WILLIG FUNERAL HOME and CREMATION SERVICES. Inurnment will be in Jefferson Memorial Park.

Family links:
Parents:
Charles Austin Byard (1930 - 1982)

Burial:
Jefferson Memorial Park
Pleasant Hills
Allegheny County
Pennsylvania, USA 
BYARD, Ronald A. (I9583)
 
151 Birth: Mar. 2, 1965
Death: Jun. 9, 2007

Joannie Marie Byard died Saturday, June 9, 2007.

Born March 2, 1965 in Greensburg, she was the daughter of James and Helen (Hunter) Byard, both survive.

Ms. Byard was a 1983 graduate of the Shelbyville Baptist Academy in Shelbyville. She was an artist and also worked at Wal-Mart in Greensburg.

Survivors in addition to her parents include one daughter, Bobbie Marie Darby of Greensburg; one son, Aaron Lee Darby of Greensburg; one sister, Lisa Hawkins of Greensburg; two brothers, Arlen and James Byard, both of St. Paul; and her finance, Greg Shaffer of Greensburg.

She was preceded in death by her maternal grandparents, Andrew and Florine Hunter, and paternal grandparents, William and Edith Byard.
 
BYARD, Joannie Marie (I10100)
 
152 Birth: Mar. 27, 1871
Littleton
Wetzel County
West Virginia, USA
Death: Oct. 12, 1938
Wheeling
Ohio County
West Virginia, USA

Obit: Wetzel Co., WV obituaries, Vol III
Emily Byard, 67
Funeral services were conducted Saturday at the home of Mrs. Thomas Peel, City, for Emily Ellen Byard, 67, a native of Wetzel County who died in a Wheeling hospital. She had been a resident of Wellsburg for 17 years. Rev. L. S. Grose and Rev. Mr. Seabough conducted the rites and Wharton Funeral Home was in charge of interment in the Northview cemetery.
Mrs. Byard, who was the wife of Isaac Byard, was born near Littleton March 27, 1871, a daughter of Thomas J. and Elizabeth Asher Postlethwait. She was a member of the Sugar Run Baptist church.
Survivors include her husband; two daughters, Mrs. Thomas Peel of New Martinsville, and Mrs. H. S. Mcguire of Wellsburg; one son, J.W. Byard of Wellsburg; three grandchildren and one greatgrandchild.

Family links:
Parents:
Thomas Jefferson Postlethwait (1847 - 1923)
Elizabeth Asher Postlethwait (1852 - 1936)

Spouse:
Isaac C. Byard (1867 - 1948)

Children:
Alice L Byard Peel (1890 - 1981)*
Lulu Belle Byard McGuire (1894 - 1975)*
John Winfred Byard (1900 - 1952)*

Siblings:
Emily Ellen Postlewait Byard (1871 - 1938)
John William Postlethwait (1873 - 1922)*
Eliza A. Postlethwait Haines (1875 - 1897)*
Hugh C. Postlethwait (1877 - 1956)*
Alexander Scott Postlethwait (1884 - 1963)*

*Calculated relationship

Burial:
Northview Cemetery
New Martinsville
Wetzel County
West Virginia, USA
Plot: C91

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POSTLETHWAIT, Emily Ellen (I11879)
 
153 Birth: Mar. 28, 1923
Big Run
Wetzel County
West Virginia, USA
Death: May 19, 2012
Woodsfield
Monroe County
Ohio, USA

Allen Byard
Mar. 28, 1923 - May. 19, 2012

BYARD, ALLEN S. SR, 89, OF PINE GROVE, WV, PASSED AWAY ON SATURDAY, MAY 19, 2012 AT WOODSFIELD NURSING AND REHAB CENTER.

HE WAS BORN ON MARCH 28, 1923 IN BIG RUN, WV, THE SON OF THE LATE HUGH AND MARY JANE CROSS BYARD.

HE WAS RETIRED FROM BOILERMAKERS UNION #667 OUT OF WINFIELD, WV. HE SERVED IN THE US ARMY DURING WWII, EUROPEAN CAMPAIGN.

ALONG WITH HIS PARENTS HE WAS PRECEDED IN DEATH BY HIS FIRST WIFE, MARY MARTHA STACKPOLE BYARD, HIS SECOND WIFE, DORIS JEAN SPRINGER BYARD, TWO SISTERS, ESTALINE MOORE AND FROSTY KIRKPATRICK, AND FOUR BROTHERS, HERSCHEL AND HOWARD WILLIAMS, AND ALPHIA AND HAROLD BYARD.

SURVIVING ARE TWO DAUGHTERS, LYNDA CAROL BYARD OF MARTINS FERRY, OH, AND LISA BRIDGE OF NEW MARTINSVILLE, WV, TWO SONS, ALLEN JR (BEVERLY) BYARD OF PINE GROVE, WV AND JOHN (JAMIE) BYARD OF ST MARYS, WV, TWO SISTERS, DOLLY (SIMON) GUMP OF KIMBOLTON, OH, AND NAOMI GILLOF STRASBURG, OH. A BROTHER, SHERAL (WANDA) BYARD OF LEWISPORT, KY, SEVEN GRANDCHILDREN, JEFF, TARA AND ERIC BYARD, MERI - LYNN FRANCIS, DORIS CLAIRE BRIDGE, DANIELLE RUX AND LOGAN ALLEN BYARD, THREE GREAT GRANDCHILDREN, A GREAT GREAT GRANDCHILD, SEVERAL NIECES AND NEPHEWS.

FRIENDS WILL BE RECEIVED ON WEDNESDAY FROM 2-7 PM AT PALMER FUNERAL HOME, PINE GROVE, WV, WHERE FUNERAL SERVICES WILL BE HELD ON THURSDAY, MAY 24, 2012 AT 1PM. INTERMENT IN THE KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS CEMETERY, HASTINGS, WV.

ONLINE CONDOLENSES MAY BE EXPRESSED AT PALMERFUNERAL.COM.

Family links:
Parents:
Hugh Columbus Byard (1890 - 1967)
Mary Jane Cross Byard (1890 - 1956)

Children:
Gary Lee Byard (1970 - 1970)*

Siblings:
Flossie May Williams (1912 - 1918)**
Howard Ross Williams (1916 - 1960)**
Sarah Estaline Williams Moore (1918 - 1993)**
Allen Samuel Byard (1923 - 2012)
Alphia Earl Byard (1928 - 1972)*
Zura Josephine Byard (1929 - 1930)*
Sheral Lee Byard (1936 - 2012)*

*Calculated relationship
**Half-sibling

Burial:
Knights of Pythias Cemetery
Hastings
Wetzel County
West Virginia, USA

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BYARD, Allen Samuel Sr (I11004)
 
154 Birth: Mar. 3, 1882
Moscow
Hillsdale County
Michigan, USA
Death: Feb. 27, 1968
Michigan, USA

Name: Ernst J. Byard
Gender: Male
Birth Date: 03 Mar 1882
Birthplace: Moscow, Hillsdale, Michigan
Father's Name: Isaac Byard
Mother's Name: Mina Byard
Collection: Michigan Births and Christenings, 1775-1995

Groom's Name: Ernest Byard
Groom's Age: 20 years
Groom's Birthplace: Michigan
Bride's Name: Gertie Garsuch
Bride's Age: 19 years
Bride's Birthplace: Ohio
Marriage Date: 26 Mar 1902
Marriage Place: Eber Hall, Montcalm, Michigan
Groom's Father: Isaac Byard
Groom's Mother: Mina Gibson
Bride's Father: Chas. A. Gorsuch
Bride's Mother: Orilla Wentz
Collection: Michigan Marriages, 1868-1925

WWI reg
Name: Ernest James Byard
County: Isabella
State: Michigan
Birth Date: 3 Mar 1882
Race: White

Name: Ernest Byard
SSN: 384-07-7709
Last Residence: 49729 Ellsworth, Antrim, Michigan
Born: 3 Mar 1882
Died: Feb 1968
State (Year) SSN issued: Michigan (Before 1951)

Family links:
Parents:
Mina Gibson Byard (1850 - 1910)

Spouse:
Beatrice May Davis Byard (1903 - 1966)

Burial:
Southern Cemetery
Central Lake
Antrim County
Michigan, USA
 
BYARD, Ernest James (I10591)
 
155 Birth: Mar. 5, 1873
Otsego County
New York, USA
Death: Jun. 29, 1933
Schuyler Lake
Otsego County
New York, USA

[On] Monday night, June 29, Mrs. Bertha Byard Aplin died at her home in Schuyler Lake after a long and distressing illness from cancer. She was the only daughter of the late Joshua and Elizabeth Fearn Byard and was born in the town of Otsego March 5, 1873. She was married to Ralsie Apin February 15, 1893, who died some years ago. One son was born of this union, Jesse Aplin, who with his family, live near the Byard home. She has been a life-long resident of Schuyler Lake and has been a marvelous housekeeper and homemaker for her brothers.
Besides her son, she leaves five grandchildren and the following brothers: Jesse, Earl and Carl in the home, Charles of Portlandville and Leon in Richfield Springs, and Squire of Schuyler Lake. Lynn, another brother, died several years ago. She also leaves one aunt, Mrs. Mary Quaif of Fly Creek. In her youth she united with the Baptist Church. She was a valued member of the Universalist Ladies' Aid Society.
The funeral will be from the home Friday at two o'clock when Reverend Charles Kramer, pastor of the Universalist Church at Cooperstown, will conducted [sic] the service. Burial in the family plot in Schuyler Lake Cemetery.

Richfield Springs Mercury, Richfield Springs NY, Thu. 22 Jun 1933


Burial:
Schuyler Lake Cemetery
Schuyler Lake
Otsego County
New York, USA

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BYARD, Bertha L (I13032)
 
156 Birth: Mar. 5, 1950
Romulus
Wayne County
Michigan, USA
Death: Jan. 28, 2005
Romulus
Wayne County
Michigan, USA

Detroit News, The (MI) - Sunday, January 30, 2005 Deceased Name: Byard Robert G Age 54 of Romulus. Died January 28. Beloved husband of Betty J. (Simmons). Dear father of Rachel (Michael) King of Romulus, Renee L. (fiance Troy Shaffer) Byard of Romulus. Son of Jean Bunting. Brother of Richard (Victoria) of Romulus, Raymond (Carolyn) of Trenton, Randy (Connie) Byard of Lincoln Park, and Jeanette Lee of Romulus. Grandfather of Troy and Robert King. Friends may call at Crane Funeral Home, 36885 Goddard Rd., Romulus, Sunday from 4:30-8 p.m. and Monday 12-8 p.m. Funeral Serivce Tuesday 10:30 a.m. with Reverend Robert Roscoe First Freewill Baptist Church of Toledo officiating. Interment Michigan Memorial Park. Memorials to National Kidney Foundation of Michigan.

Note: Crane funeral home

Burial:
Michigan Memorial Park
Flat Rock
Wayne County
Michigan, USA 
BYARD, Robert Gene (I11468)
 
157 Birth: Mar. 8, 1941
Glendale
Ritchie County
West Virginia, USA
Death: Mar. 18, 2015
Arizona, USA

1941-2015

March 24, 2015

Tribune Chronicle



WARREN - Joseph L. Byard, 74, went home to be with his Lord on Wednesday, March 18, 2015, while he was visiting family in Arizona.

He was born March 8, 1941, in Glendale, W.Va., the son of Howard and Jennette Byard.

Joe was a charter member of Journey Christian Church. He was retired from Packard Electric after 40 years of service. Aside from the Lord, his greatest joys were his wife, children, grandchildren and great-granddaughter. He enjoyed walking outdoors and visiting with friends along the way.

Surviving Joe are his wife, Jan of Painesville, whom he married Nov. 3, 1962; three daughters, Terri (Kevin) Dunmire of El Mirage, Ariz., Debbie (Dennis) Schneider of Clearwater, Fla., and Susan (Bill) Gifford of Niles; four grandchildren; one great-grandchild; and two sisters, Naomi Noble and Wanda Rice.

In addition to his parents, Joe was preceded in death by one brother, Howard Byard; and one sister, Mary Reynolds.

A private family memorial will take place at a later date.

Memorial contributions are requested to be made to Journey Christian Church, 3943 Devon Drive S.E., Warren, OH 44484.





Family links:
Parents:
Howard Lee Byard (1912 - 1940)
Gladys Jennette Oliver Brocious (1910 - 1988)

Sibling:
Howard Dale Byard (1938 - 1956)*
Joseph L. Byard (1941 - 2015)

*Calculated relationship

Burial:
Unknown

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BYARD, Joseph Leslie (I9743)
 
158 Birth: Mar., 1866
Death: Oct. 5, 1931


Mother and four children come to America.

Boston Passenger Lists, 1820-1943
Name: Ellen Byard
Arrival Date: 12 Oct 1869
Age: 37 Years
Estimated birth year: abt 1832
Gender: Female
Port of Departure: Queenstown, Ireland and Liverpool, England
Ship Name: Tripoli
Port of Arrival: Boston, Massachusetts
Microfilm Roll Number: M277_76
She arrived with her
daughter Ellen age 10,
son William age 9,
daughter Mary age 7,
daughter, Eliza age 4.


Family links:
Parents:
Ellen Marie Butler Byard (1832 - 1904)

Spouse:
John T. Wallace (1863 - 1914)*

Siblings:
Ellen Marie Byard Bussell (1855 - 1890)*
William Byard (1859 - 1909)*
Mary Byard Donovan (1863 - ____)*
Elizabeth Byard Wallace (1866 - 1931)

*Calculated relationship

Burial:
Saint Patricks Cemetery
Fall River
Bristol County
Massachusetts, USA

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BYARD, Elizabeth A (I11522)
 
159 Birth: May 1, 1908
Michigan, USA
Death: Sep. 30, 2002
Tampa
Hillsborough County
Florida, USA

EVERETT L. BURRELL, 94, of Tampa, Fla., formerly of Ceredo, W.Va., died Monday, Sept. 30, 2002, at Manor Care of Carrollwood in Tampa. Funeral services will be conducted at 1 p.m. Friday, Oct. 4, 2002, at the Ceredo United Methodist Church with the Rev. Scott Byard officiating. Entombment will follow at Forest Lawn Memorial Park and Mausoleum. He was born May 1, 1908, in Superior Township, Mich., a son of the late James G. and Laura Peterson Burrell. He was a retired payroll accountant from Ford Motor Company in Dearborn, Mich. Mr. Burrell was the past president of The Guild of Church Musicians which is part of the Detroit Council of Churches, and he was a member of the First Methodist Church of Clearwater, Fla. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his wife, Meryle Byard Burrell and a sister, Betty Freedle. He is survived by one sister, Helen Lobbestael of Sebring, Fla., and several nieces and nephews. Friends may call from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 3, 2002, at Rollins Funeral Home in Kenova, W.Va. The body will be taken to the church one hour before the service.
(Oct 03, 2002)

Family links:
Spouse:
Meryle Byard Burrell (1917 - 1991)

Burial:
Forest Lawn Memorial Gardens
Huntington
Cabell County
West Virginia, USA
Plot: Forest Lawn Mausoleum

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BURRELL, Everett L (I14088)
 
160 Birth: May 1, 1914
Burton
Wetzel County
West Virginia, USA
Death: Apr. 25, 2006
Fairmont
Marion County
West Virginia, USA

Opal Lemley, 91, of Burton, WV died Tuesday, April 25, 2006 in the Arbors at Fairmont Nursing Facility.

Mrs. Lemley was born May 1, 1914 at Burton, WV a daughter of the late Mancel Byard and Bertha May Price Byard.

Opal was a member of the Harmony Baptist Church of Burton, a member of the American Baptist Women Mission Circle of Burton, and a former Farm Women Club member for over 50 years, which is now know as the CEOS. She was a graduate of Hundred High School.

Surviving are one sister, Irene B. Eakin, a resident of the Pleasant Acres Christian Haven of Fairmont.

In addition to her parents she was preceded in death by her husband, Howard "Bus" Lemley who died on June 11, 1982. They were married December 10, 1949. She was also preceded in death by a sister, Helen Clelland.

Friends may call at the Tennant Funeral Home in Hundred from 12:00 Noon until 1:00 PM Friday. Funeral services will be held at 1:00 PM Friday with the Pastor Jack Snoderly officiating. Interment will follow in the Harmony Cemetery at Burton.

{Source: tennantfuneralhome.com}

Family links:
Parents:
Hiram Mansel Byard (1890 - 1983)
Bertha May Price Byard (1888 - 1971)

Spouse:
Howard Mark Lemley (1913 - 1982)

Burial:
Harmony Cemetery
Burton
Wetzel County
West Virginia, USA

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BYARD, Opal (I11921)
 
161 Birth: May 11, 1927
Ruskin
Ware County
Georgia, USA
Death: Jan. 4, 1995
Ware County
Georgia, USA

Georgia, Death Index, 1919 - 1998
Name: Herman Fullard
Death Date: 4 Jan 1995
County of Death: Ware
Gender: M (Male)
Race: White
Age: 67 Years
County of Residence: DeKalb
Certificate: 001206
Date Filed: 11 Jan 1995

U.S., Department of Veterans Affairs BIRLS Death File, 1850-2010
Name: Herman Fullard
Gender: Male
Birth Date: 11 May 1927
Death Date: 4 Jan 1995
SSN: 260320519
Branch 1: NAVY
Enlistment Date 1: 17 Apr 1945
Release Date 1: 19 Aug 1946

Family links:
Parents:
John F. Fullard (1875 - 1964)
Mamie D. Gooding Fullard (1887 - 1971)

Spouse:
Wilma Jean Byard Fullard (1946 - 2007)*

Siblings:
Emma Fullard Hayes (1902 - 1961)*
Mary Margaret Fullard Thrift (1904 - 1995)*
Eddie Fullard (1905 - 1982)*
Maggie Louise Fullard Jones (1912 - 2002)*
Mose Mathew Fullard (1913 - 1963)*
Elmer Fullard (1914 - 1935)*
Mitchell Fullard (1919 - 1997)*
James Junior Fullard (1922 - 2015)*
Cecil Fullard (1923 - 1943)*
Herman Fullard (1927 - 1995)

*Calculated relationship

Inscription:
S1 US NAVY, World War II

Burial:
Piney Grove Church Cemetery
Needham
Ware County
Georgia, USA

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FULLARD, Herman (I11817)
 
162 Birth: May 15, 1824
London
City of London
Greater London, England
Death: Jun. 6, 1865

George Fredrick Watkins Kershaw was born May 15, 1824, at Clarkwell, London, England. Son of George Kershaw, and Sally Watkins. George Kershaw is the son of George Kershaw, born in London, England, in 1800, and died in the year 1863.

Mother, Sally Watkins Kershaw, was born 1798, in Wales and died May 15, 1824; she died when George F.W. was 3 hours old.

His father had a stationary business. But George F.W. was educated in the Ministry of the Church of England. However, he was not interested in that so learned a trade and apprenticed as a free masonry, which usually starts at the age of 14. He also liked to mold patterns from clay, and many models of buildings.

In the year 1849, the English Government was sending colonizers to South Africa. George had a choice of joining the "Boer War" or sailing with a group of colonizers, who settled in Cape Colony and Port Elizabeth.

To pay his way there, George helped with the cooking. As a reward for colonizing, they would receive 100 acres of land, and could borrow 10 lbs. (5.00) from the English Government, and pay it back in three payments.

He met his future wife on board the ship, 30 days after landing, he married Eliza Byard, December 17, 1849, in Port Elizabeth, South Africa.

George F.W. Kershaw was a builder by trade; being able to construct a building from the first Architectural plans to the masonry and carpentry work.

On April 12, 1865, the Kershaw family sailed from Port Elizabeth on the 'Mexicana', bound for New York. Mr. Kershaw was engaged as cook.

George took sick on the 10th of May, and was very sick until June 6, when he died at 4 o'clock p.m., at the age 41.

A lot of the passengers became ill from dysentery. George was one of them, he was given some medicine, but he died. Another source suggests that he may have actually died from a drug over dose by the ships Captain as he had a heavy hand with the medicine.

He was buried at sea, in Lat. 2516 North and Long. 66.25 West. Distance from New York 980 miles.

Family links:
Spouse:
Eliza Byard Kershaw (1822 - 1915)

Children:
Sarah Lucretia Kershaw Welchman (1850 - 1926)*
Annie Maria Kershaw Thompson (1853 - 1924)*
Joseph Hyrum Watkins Kershaw (1855 - 1941)*
Lydia Eliza Kershaw Smith (1857 - 1934)*
Samuel Fredrick Kershaw (1859 - 1924)*
George Jabez Kershaw (1862 - 1939)*

*Calculated relationship

Burial:
Body buried at sea
Specifically: Atlantic Ocean

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KERSHAW, George Frederick Watkins (I5172)
 
163 Birth: May 16, 1911
Tennessee, USA
Death: May 6, 1932
Montgomery County
Tennessee, USA


Rusha Maud (Byard) McCord was born on May 16, 1911 in Tennessee, the daughter of G W Byard and Lela Clemons.

She was married in 1930 [after the taking of the census] as the 1st wife of Grace Marshall McCord (1908-2000), the son of George McCord (ca 1885- ) and Georgia Frances (Waynick) McCord (ca 1888- ).

Rusha died of TB on May 6, 1932 in Montgomery County, Tennessee. Burial was the next day in Blooming Grove Cemetery.


Most of the above information is from her Death Certificate, with Grace McCord of Woodlawn, Tennessee as the informant. [The Death Certificate lists her name as Mrs Grace McCord, but the 'Grace' IS her husband's first name and not hers.]


Known child of Rusha and Grace:
~

Family links:
Parents:
George W Byard (1880 - 1959)
Lelar M Byard (1885 - 1970)

Spouse:
Grace Marshall McCord (1908 - 2000)

Children:
Lillie Maud McCord (1931 - 1932)*

Siblings:
Annie Byard Rose (1901 - 1930)*
Matthew Edmond Byard (1903 - 1979)*
Thomas Garfield Byard (1906 - 1976)*
Georgia Ann Beard (1909 - 1976)*
Rusha Maud Byard McCord (1911 - 1932)
Lawrence Ellis Byard (1928 - 2008)*

*Calculated relationship

Burial:
Blooming Grove Baptist Cemetery
Montgomery County
Tennessee, USA

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BYARD, Rushie Dee (I11787)
 
164 Birth: May 19, 1813
Norridgewock
Somerset County
Maine, USA
Death: Jul. 21, 1905
Milford
Hillsborough County
New Hampshire, USA

Belinda was the d/o Dea. Henry Colson and his wife, Deborah Bowden and married Sylvanus Byard on 2 Nov 1834. Belinda was living in Frankfort and Sylvanus in Sedgwick at the time of their marriage. The marriage information was recorded in Frankfort's vital records, I've been told.

In the 1850 census for Frankfort, Belinda was mistakenly called "Malinda" but in the future censuses, she was called Belinda.

Belinda, with Sylvanus, was the mother of five sons and a daughter. Four of her sons joined the Union when the Civil War began and three came home but sadly her son Reuben, newly married to Susan Abbott in 1862, died the next year in Louisiana. I was told his body was eventually sent home and he's buried in the Sylvanus Byard family plot.

Sylvanus and Belinda were still living in Winterport in the 1880 census but in five more years, Sylvanus would be gone.

In the 1900 when the census was taken in Hampden, Penobscot, Maine, Belinda was shown to be living with her son, James and his wife, Mary Ann Grant who had been born in Scotland.

Belinda would live another five years and when she died in Milford, New Hampshire, the death record showed her name as "Melinda Bayard" the widow of Sylvanus Bayard. Her remains were laid to rest in the Oak Hill Cemetery, next to her husband.

Family links:
Parents:
Henry Colson (1786 - 1868)
Deborah H Bowden Colson (____ - 1863)

Spouse:
Sylvanus Byard (1810 - 1885)

Burial:
Oak Hill Cemetery
Winterport
Waldo County
Maine, USA
 
COLSON, Belinda Melvina (I5389)
 
165 Birth: May 24, 1855
Death: Oct. 13, 1890

Nellie Bussell taken in the 1880's.

Nellie's husband and daughter about 1930

Nellie's four sons about 1895.

Tombstone inscription, "Ellen M./wife of/ Walter N. Bussell/Died Oct. 13, 1890/age 33 yrs."
Other side "Nellie"

Ellen Marie "Nellie" Bussell is buried with mother Ellen Marie Butler Byard. Grave No. 1-3, lot No 122, Plat NO. 6. Perpetual care Purchased by Caroline Bussell, daughter of Walter N. & Ellen M. Bussell on May 6, 1933.

Name: Ellen Mary Bussell
Gender: Female
Burial Date:
Burial Place:
Death Date: 13 Oct 1890
Death Place: Newport, Newport, Rhode Island
Age: 34
Birth Date: 1856
Spouse's Name:
Father's Name: John Byard
Father's Birthplace:
Mother's Name: Ellen Butler
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: I09532-6
System Origin: Rhode Island-EASy
Source Film Number: 2188896
Reference Number: p 156
Collection: Rhode Island Deaths and Burials, 1802-1950

Groom's Name: Walter Napoleon Bussell
Groom's Birth Date: 1855
Groom's Age: 25
Bride's Name: Ellen Maria Byard
Bride's Birth Date: 1857
Bride's Age: 23
Marriage Date: 16 Aug 1880
Marriage Place: Newport, Newport, Rhode Island
Groom's Father's Name: Richard John
Groom's Mother's Name: Caroline J. Pollard
Bride's Father's Name: John Byard
Bride's Mother's Name: Ellen Butler
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: I09531-9
System Origin: Rhode Island-EASy
Source Film Number: 2188896
Reference Number: p. 5
Collection: Rhode Island Marriages, 1724-1916


In the 1870 United States Federal Census Ellen Byard is living in Cambridge Ward 5, Middlesex County, Massachusetts
Age in 1870: 13
Birth Year: abt 1857
Birthplace: Massachusetts (?)
Post Office: Cambridge
Household Members: Name Age
John Byard, head, 40,
Ellen Byard, wife, 38,
Ellen Byard, daughter, 13,
William Byard, son, 11
Mary Byard, daughter, 9,
Eliza Byard, daughter, 7.

Boston Passenger Lists, 1820-1943
Name: Ellen Byard
Arrival Date: 12 Oct 1869
Age: 10 Years
Estimated birth year: abt 1859
Gender: Female
Port of Departure: Queenstown, Ireland and Liverpool, England
Ship Name: Tripoli
Port of Arrival: Boston, Massachusetts
Microfilm Roll Number: M277_76
She arrived with her
daughter Ellen age 10,
son William age 9,
daughter Mary age 7,
daughter, Eliza age 4.



Family links:
Parents:
John Byard (1835 - 1890)
Ellen Marie Butler Byard (1832 - 1904)

Spouse:
Walter Napolean Bussell (1855 - 1932)

Children:
Richard John Bussell (1882 - 1944)*
Arthur Frederick Bussell (1883 - 1952)*
William Walter Bussell (1884 - 1948)*
Caroline Elizabeth Bussell (1886 - 1935)*
Walter Bussell (1888 - 1970)*

Siblings:
Ellen Marie Byard Bussell (1855 - 1890)
William Byard (1859 - 1909)**
Mary Byard Donovan (1863 - ____)**
Elizabeth Byard Wallace (1866 - 1931)**

*Calculated relationship
**Half-sibling

Burial:
Saint Patricks Cemetery
Fall River
Bristol County
Massachusetts, USA

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BYARD, Ellen Marie (I10185)
 
166 Birth: May 24, 1903
Harbor Springs
Emmet County
Michigan, USA
Death: Nov. 12, 1966
Ellsworth
Antrim County
Michigan, USA

1920: Alma, Gratiot, Michigan
Vincent L Davis 54 MI
Edith A Davis 52 MI
Beatrice M Davis 16 MI
Elsie H Davis 11

Groom's Name: Harold E. Welch
Groom's Age: 19 years
Groom's Birthplace: Riverdale, Michigan
Bride's Name: Beatrice May Davis
Bride's Age: 18 years
Bride's Birthplace: Friendship, Michigan
Marriage Date: 25 Dec 1921
Marriage Place: Alma, Michigan
Groom's Father: Dennis Welch
Groom's Mother: Myrtie Duncan
Bride's Father: Vincent Davis
Bride's Mother: Edith Coykendall
License issued in Ingham
Collection: Michigan Marriages, 1868-1925

From Michele Molina via email
Beatrice May Davis married first Harold Welch and had two children; Harold E. Welch and Irene Frances Welch. She married second Ernest Byard and had two more children Ivan Byard and Steven Byard.

From Beverley Adams via Rootsweb:
Birth: 24 MAY 1903 in Emmet Co, Harbor Springs, MI
Death: 12 NOV 1966 in Ellsworth, MI
Burial: 15 NOV 1966 Southern Cemetery, Central Lake, MI
Father: Vincent Lewis DAVIS b: 15 JUL 1865 in Ithica (area), MI
Mother: Edith Alice COYKENDALL b: 19 SEP 1867 in Camden Twp, Hillsdale, MI

Marriage 1 Harold E. WELCH b: 20 MAR 1903 in Seville Twp, MI
Married: 25 DEC 1921 in Lansing, MI
Children
Robert Laverne WELCH b: 8 MAR 1923 in Lansing, MI
Harold Edinworth WELCH b: 7 AUG 1924 in Lansing, MI
Irene Frances WELCH b: 18 NOV 1925 in Lansing, MI

Marriage 2 Ernest BYARD b: 3 MAR 1882
Children
Ivan BYARD b: 1 AUG
Steven BYARD

Family links:
Parents:
Vincent Lewis Davis (1865 - 1947)
Alice Edith Coykendall Davis (1867 - 1959)

Spouses:
Harold E Welch (1903 - 1965)
Ernest James Byard (1882 - 1968)*

*Calculated relationship

Burial:
Southern Cemetery
Central Lake
Antrim County
Michigan, USA
 
DAVIS, Beatrice May (I14035)
 
167 Birth: May 25, 1940
Dearborn County
Indiana, USA
Death: Nov. 23, 1962
Decatur County
Indiana, USA

note: double marker with James E

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Mrs. Betty L. Byard, 22, accident victim, was born in Dearborn county on May 24, 1940. Her parents are Oscar and Faith Linkel Wullenweber.

Most of her life had been spent in Decatur county.

A member of the Adams Methodist church, she was a teacher in the primary department of the Sunday school. She had a wide circle of friends in Adams township and in Greensburg and surrounding area. She graduated from St. Paul high school in 1958.

Her marriage to James E. Byard took place at Adams on Oct. 12, 1958.

The survivors include: The husband, James E. Byard, of R.R.1, St. Paul; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Wullenweber, of Adams; and the daughter, Lisa Lynn Byard, of R.R.l, St. Paul.

She also leaves three brothers, Louis O. Wullenweber, of Vandalia, Ohio, Roger L. Wullenweber, of R.R.1, St. Paul and Glenn E. Wullenweber, of Adams; two sisters, Mrs. Willice (Nita) Thompson, of R.R.5, Greensburg and Mrs. Larry (Sarah) Trupp, of Newark, Ohio; and the paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. James Wullenweber, of Sunman.

Funeral services will be held at 1:30 p.m. Monday in the Adams Methodist church. The Rev. E.P. White, of Jasonville, a former pastor, will officiate. The place of the burial has not been determined.

Friends may call at Gilliland-Howe funeral home from 2 p.m. Sunday until the noon hour on Monday and after 1 p.m. Monday at the Adams Methodist church.

--Greensburg Daily News (Indiana)
--Saturday, November 24, 1962

(obit provided by dhintx #47160808)

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MOTHER IS KILLED AT CROSSING
MOTHER-IN-LAW, DAUGHTER, 3, ARE HURT CRITICALLY

A young Adams township mother was killed and her three-year-old daughter and her mother-in-law were injured critically at 3:13 p.m. Friday when their auto was struck by a fast New York Central passenger train at a county road crossing hear their home, six miles northwest of Greensburg.

Killed instantly was Mrs. James (Betty Lou) Byard, 22, of R.R.1, St. Paul.

Injured critically were: The dead woman's three-year-old daughter, Lisa Lynn Byard, and Mrs. William (Lillian Edith) Byard, 48, of R.R.1, St. Paul.

Mrs. William Byard was transferred from Memorial hospital to the Indiana University Medical Center at the Robert Long hospital, Indianapolis, three hours after the accident. She is suffering from a possible broken left leg between the knee and hip; a broken right leg between the knee and ankle; and severe head lacerations. She was in surgery from 11 p.m. Friday until 3 a.m. today.

The child is still in the local hospital with a severe concussion, a fractured left leg and multiple lacerations.

Both the child and Mrs. William Byard were still unconscious this morning.

Mrs. James Byard's body was lying at the rear of the mangled auto, which was carried 91 feet before coming to a halt on the southwest side of the tracks. Death was due to a skull fracture, according to Paul O. Joliff, Decatur county coroner.

Mrs. William Byard was thrown 27 feet southwest of the track and was lying against a farm fence on the Baily farm, some 45 feet south of the crossing. The child was thrown over the fence into a field on the Bailey farm.

RETURNING HOME

The eastbound passenger train, traveling between 75 and 79 miles per hour, according to W.S. Hensley, of Indianapolis, the engineer, went 1,677 feet beyond the crossing on County Road 450N before coming to a halt.

Mrs. James Byard, the driver, lived approximately one mile southeast of the crossing. She had gone to tell her husband they were about out of fuel oil for their furnace. Her daughter and mother-in-law had gone along for the ride.

Mr. and Mrs. James Byard had moved to the Stanton Guthrie farm only last September from his father's farm, some 1-1/2 miles southwest of the crossing.

James Byard was picking corn in the field just northwest of the crossing and was leaving the west end of the field about the time of the crash, about which he knew nothing until notified by Roderick Bailey, who was plowing in a field on his father's farm. Bailey, who was only a few hundred feet southwest of the crossing, said he glanced around just after the impact and immediately went to get James Byard.

DIESEL DAMAGED

The train engineer told state police he was within 300 to 500 feet of the crossing when he saw the car approaching from the west. He said he was blowing the train's whistle continually after he saw the vehicle and added that as far as he could determine the driver never did see the train, No. 302, comprised of two coaches, a Pullman and three mail cars towed by two diesel engines.

The right front of the lead diesel was extensively damaged. The steps on the front were bent down under the engine and had to be cut away with a torch before the train could continue to Greensburg, where the front diesel was taken off the train. Train No. 302 normally leaves Greensburg for Cincinnati at 3:20 p.m. It was 6:26 p.m. before it pulled out Friday evening.

The crossing where the crash occurred is marked by the customary crossarms. Some 200 feet north of the crossing there is an embankment on the west side of the tracks to prevent eastbound motorists from seeing approaching southbound rail traffic until it comes into view from behind the embankment.

State police were assisted by the sheriff's department.

This marked the eighth traffic fatality in Decatur county this year and one-half of them have come as the result of train-auto crashes at railroad crossings.

--Greensburg Daily News (Indiana)
--Saturday, November 24, 1962

(info provided by dhintx #47160808)

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daughter of Oscar Wullenweber & Faith Linkel
wife of James E Byard
last residence - R.R.1 - St Paul, Ind

died - 3:15 p.m. - West of Greensburg
age - 22y 5m 28d
female - white - married - housewife
COD - fractured skull

funeral - Monday, November 26, 1:30 p.m.
Adams M E Church
services by Rev E P White, Jasonville & Rev Roy Waltz

informant - James E Byard, R.R.1, St Paul, Ind


Note: additional info from Gilliland-Howe Funeral Home Records

Burial:
Milford Cemetery
Milford
Decatur County
Indiana, USA
Plot: Left row 21

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Record added: Apr 17, 2010
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WULLENWEBER, Betty F (I16655)
 
168 Birth: May 26, 1846
Death: Feb. 19, 1907

Civil War Union Soldier. He was mustered in as a recruit Private in Company B, 2nd New Jersey Volunteer Cavalry on July 29, 1864. Transferred to Company C, he served through to the end of the war, and was honorably discharged ay Vicksburg, Mississippi on June 29, 1865.

Family links:
Spouse:
Helen T. Byard (1853 - ____)*

Children:
Ida A. Byard (1878 - 1913)*

*Calculated relationship

Inscription:
Co. C, 2nd NJ Cav.

Note: Civil War

Burial:
Greenlawn Cemetery
West Long Branch
Monmouth County
New Jersey, USA
Plot: Lot 209
 
BYARD, Samuel G (I13953)
 
169 Birth: May 30, 1917
Death: Mar. 16, 2012

N. Ruth Byard, 94, of Arcola, formerly of Urbana, passed away at 6:52 p.m. Friday (March 16, 2012) at her residence in Arcola.

She was born on May 30, 1917 in Champaign to John A. and F. Mabel (Ford) Winters. She married Earl Kenneth Byard on June 14, 1933 in Covington, Indiana. He passed away on Nov. 25, 2001. She was also preceded in death by her parents; her son, Kenneth Byard; one granddaughter, Kristin Marie Williams; one brother, Robert Winters and one sister, Betty Rayburn.

She is survived by two daughters, Marliss J. Gregerson and her husband, Joe, of Tolono and Phyliss J. Howard of San Diego, California; one sister, Barbara Daniels and her husband, Paul, of Decatur; sister-in-law, Virginia Byard of Champaign; daughter-in-law, Sonja J. Byard of Arcola; eight grandchildren; 18 great-grandchildren; seven great-great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.



Family links:
Spouse:
Earl Kenneth Byard (1910 - 2001)

Children:
Kenneth Byard (1934 - 2008)*

*Calculated relationship

Burial:
Grandview Memorial Gardens
Champaign
Champaign County
Illinois, USA

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Record added: Mar 18, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 86931545 
WINTERS, N. Ruth (I10220)
 
170 Birth: Nov. 11, 1908
Death: Mar. 7, 2005

SEDGWICK - Ethel H. Byard, 96, Sedgwick's oldest resident, holder of the Boston Post cane, died March 7, 2005, surrounded by her family at her son's home in Sedgwick. She was born Nov. 11, 1908, in Brooklin, the daughter of Frank and Etta (Candage) Herrick. Ethel was a member of the Sedgwick Baptist Church and a member of the Harborview Chapter of the Eastern Star.

She is survived by her son, Lawrence (Butch) Byard and his wife, Saralyn, of Sedgwick; a daughter, Sandra Hill and her husband, Richard, of Blue Hill; grandchildren, Allison Charles, Lisa Dauphinee, Elizabeth Ladd, Miranda Byard and Matthew Byard; great-grandchildren, Hazen, and Samantha Dauphinee, Nathaniel and Amanda Ladd, William and Katherine Charles; two sisters-in-law, Priscilla Byard Walsh and Frances Byard; cousin, Dora Pickering; special friends, Marilyn Byard Reuter, Elsie Tucker and Tottie Billings; special niece, Catherine Allen; and other nieces and nephews.

She was predeceased by her husband, Ronald E. Byard in September 1982; son, Edward S. Byard in 1935; six sisters and five brothers.

Spring graveside service at the Rural Cemetery, Sedgwick. (Bangor Daily News 3/9/2005)

Burial:
Sedgwick Rural Cemetery
Sedgwick
Hancock County
Maine, USA 
HERRICK, Ethel Amanda (I11110)
 
171 Birth: Nov. 12, 1950
Clarksville
Montgomery County
Tennessee, USA
Death: Nov. 12, 1950
Clarksville
Montgomery County
Tennessee, USA


Betty Jean Byard was born prematurely on November 12, 1950 in Clarksville, Tennessee, the daughter of Alfred Byard and Alice Powers.

She was but 5 hours old when she passed away that same day, and she was buried November 13th in Pleasant View Baptist Church Cemetery, Clarksville.


Information is from her Death Certificate.



Family links:
Parents:
Alfred Franklin Byard (1897 - 1978)
Alice Gordon Powers Byard (1908 - 2007)

Burial:
Pleasant View Baptist Church Cemetery
Montgomery County
Tennessee, USA

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Record added: Mar 14, 2013
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BYARD, Betty Jean (I14405)
 
172 Birth: Nov. 13, 1913
Tennessee, USA
Death: Mar. 22, 1956
Humboldt County
California, USA

Bradley G. Byard, age 42, died Thursday in a local hospital.

He was born November 13, 1913 in Tennessee and has resided in this area for the past three years. He was employed by Ernest Pierson Co. as a painter and was a member of the A.F. of L. Painter's Union.

Survivors include his wife, Myrtle; three sons, David Reynolds, Daniel Reynolds and Darrell Reynolds; his mother, Mrs. Ida Walker of Eureka; two brothers, Hershell Byard of San Francisco and Edwin Byard of Hydesville; six sisters, Mrs. Robert Franklin of Eureka; Mrs. Star Hamilton of Fortuna; Mrs. Earl Stilles of Oakland; Mrs. Leo Silvestrini of Chico; Mrs. Frank Brown of Eureka; Mrs. Omie Jennings of San Francisco; and numerous nieces and nephews.

Funeral services will be held Saturday at 2 p.m. at Paul's Funeral Chapel in Arcata with interment following in Sunset Memorial Park.

Compilation of funeral notices published in The Times Standard on March 22 and 23, 1956
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Name: Bradley E Byard
Gender: Male
Birth Date: 5 Nov 1913
Birth Place: Tennessee
Death Date: 22 Mar 1956
Death Place: Humboldt
Mother's Maiden Name: Hughes
Father's Surname: Byard

Bradley was the son of Ida Hughes and William Byard; brother of Edith, Edwin, Bradley, Sarah, Christine, Myrtle, Nina, Herschel and Dorothy Byard.

Bradley married Myrtle B. (Denmon) Reynolds on July 25, 1953 in San Francisco, CA.

SOURCE: ancestry.com
- California Death Index
- U.S. Federal Census
- California Marriage Index


Family links:
Parents:
William Decker Byard (1888 - 1928)

Sibling:
Bradley G. Byard (1913 - 1956)
Herschel Alexander Byard (1923 - 2007)*

*Calculated relationship

Burial:
Sunset Memorial Park
Eureka
Humboldt County
California, USA

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Record added: Mar 12, 2016
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BYARD, Bradley Earl (I11500)
 
173 Birth: Nov. 17, 1916
Savannah
Chatham County
Georgia, USA
Death: Feb. 24, 2005
Brunswick
Glynn County
Georgia, USA

Elethia Foreman Byard, 87, of Brunswick died Thursday in the local hospital.

Ms. Byard was a native of Chatham County. She was a member of First Friendship Baptist Church, where she served as a mother of the church and a Deaconess board member. She was a retired housekeeper.

A funeral service will be held at 11 a.m. Monday at First Friendship Baptist Church with the Rev. J.D. Williams officiating. Interment will follow in Greenwood Cemetery.

Survivors include four daughters, Connie B. Weston, Virginia B. Jones, Shirley B. Purnell and Mary B. Miller, all of Brunswick; one brother, Rufus Foreman of Kankakee, Ill.; three sisters, Elizabeth F. Brown, Mary F. Law and Charlotte F. Patterson, all of Savannah; 12 grandchildren; 26 great-grandchildren; seven great-great-gradchildren; and a host of nieces and nephews.

Hall, Jones and Brown Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.

Brunswick News, The (GA) - Saturday, February 26, 2005

Parents:
Father: Sam Foreman
Mother: Irine Anderson

Burial:
Greenwood Cemetery
Brunswick
Glynn County
Georgia, USA

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Record added: Sep 17, 2016
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FOREMAN, Elethia (I16621)
 
174 Birth: Nov. 18, 1939
Blue Hill
Hancock County
Maine, USA
Death: Apr. 11, 2016
North Fort Myers
Lee County
Florida, USA

FORT MYERS, Fla. - Ragna E. Gauger went to be with the Lord on Monday, April 11, 2016. Ragna passed away peacefully at her home in Fort Myers, Fla., from complications of Parkinson's disease.

The only child of the late Proctor and Frances Byard, Ragna was born on November 18, 1939, in Blue Hill.

She attended public schools in Blue Hill and went on to graduate top in her class as a registered nurse from the Eastern Maine General Hospital in Bangor in 1960.

That September, she married Charles (Chuck) Gauger who was enrolled in the College of Veterinary Medicine at Michigan State University. She worked as a nurse at Sparrow Hospital in Lansing, Mich., until Chuck's graduation in 1963.

In 1964, the Gaugers and their two sons, Todd and Mark, moved to Norway, where Chuck and Ragna resided for the next 40 years. In Norway, Ragna was active in church and civic affairs.

In 1993, Ragna graduated from the New England College of Acupuncture after completing their three-year master's degree program. She simultaneously received her Bachelor of Science degree in professional arts from Saint Joseph's College in Standish. She had a private acupuncture practice in South Paris for 10 years.

In 2001, she and Chuck retired, and moved to Fort Myers, Fla., to spend winters as they maintained a summer home in Topsham. In the ensuing years, they were fortunate to travel extensively as well as enjoy sailing, tennis and golf.

Ragna is survived by her husband, Chuck; son, Todd and his wife, Kristen; son Mark and his wife, Chris; and three grandchildren, Vanessa Gauger, Derek Gauger and Megan Gauger.

Please visit www.harveyengelhardt.com to view her Life Tribute and share a condolence.

FUNERAL NOTICE
GAUGER - Ragna E., passed away on Monday, April 11, 2016, in Fort Myers, Fla. A memorial service will be held at the Iona Hope Episcopal Church, Gladiolus Drive, Fort Myers, Fla., on Thursday, April 21, at 11am. Burial will be in the Seaside Cemetery in Blue Hill this summer.

(LEWISTON SUN JOURNAL/ THURSDAY, APRIL 14, 2016)


Family links:
Parents:
Proctor Blodgett Byard (1913 - 1998)
Frances Hamilton Byard (1921 - 2005)

Burial:
Seaside Cemetery
Blue Hill
Hancock County
Maine, USA

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BYARD, Ragna Eunice (I12173)
 
175 Birth: Nov. 21, 1879
Chicago
Cook County
Illinois, USA
Death: May 18, 1957
Lawrence
Van Buren County
Michigan, USA

MRS. RUTH RICHARDSON

LAWRENCE, May 18 - Mrs. Ruth Edith Richardson, who lived on a farm northeast of Lawrence for 40 years, died there early today. She was 77.
Mrs. Richardson, a native of Chicago, had been ill for some time.
Surviving are her husband, William S. Richardson, Sr.; four daughters, Mrs. Mabel Dillenbeck of Lawrence, Miss Hazel Richardson and Mrs. Florence Clinard of Kalamazoo, and Miss Laura Richardson of Paw Paw; four sons, William S., Jr., at home; Glenn and Roy, of Lawrence, and George of Hartford; 16 grandchildren and 11 great grand-children.
Services will be at 2 p.m. Monday in the Sisson funeral home, presided over by the Rev. William Goltz, retired Congregational minister of Hartford. Burial will be in Hill cemetery, Lawrence.

Family links:
Spouse:
William Scott Richardson (1879 - 1967)*

Children:
Florence Donna Richardson Clinard (1902 - 1993)*
William Harold Richardson (1904 - 1987)*
Glenn Howard Richardson (1909 - 2001)*

*Calculated relationship

Burial:
Hill Cemetery
Lawrence
Van Buren County
Michigan, USA
Plot: Section 4: Plot 250
 
BYARD, Ruth Edith (I14144)
 
176 Birth: Nov. 21, 1929
Tulsa
Tulsa County
Oklahoma, USA
Death: Sep. 26, 2016
Kansas City
Wyandotte County
Kansas, USA

Loretta L. (Byard) Hamilton, 86, died at Providence Medical Center, September 26, 2016. The Mass of Christian Burial will be 10 a.m. Friday, Sept. 30, at St. Patrick's Catholic Church, 94th and State, KCK where friends may call from 5-8 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 29. The rosary will be prayed at 7 p.m. Burial Mt. Calvary Cemetery, 38th and State, KCK.

Loretta was born Nov. 21, 1929, in Tulsa, Okla., to George and Eunice Byard. Loretta moved from OK to KS in 1941 and attended St. Peter's Grade School and Bishop Ward High School (class of 1947). She married Raymond L. Hamilton on July 31, 1954, at St. Peter's Cathedral, and celebrated 50 years together until the time of his death on Jan. 25, 2005.

Loretta worked at Farmers Insurance but left to be home with her kids, began working at Welborn Grade School as a cafeteria cook when all the kids were in grade school and retired from there in 1990 after 16 years. Next to family and friends, sports was her other love. She played volleyball, softball and basketball into the 1940s and 1950s and continued to play volleyball into 1990s. She was considered by many as a pioneer for women's sports. She bowled in many bowling leagues up until 2000, and was a member of the WYJON bowling Executive Board. She was an avid KC Royals, KC Chiefs and KU Jayhawks fan and thankfully was able to enjoy the Royals World Series Championship in 2015. She donated her time to volunteering jobs, such as den mother and coaching. She was a den mother for six years. She began coaching girls' sports in the 50's and later on coached eight years of volleyball and four years of basketball at CTK, coached 10 years of softball at WYCO and was an Assistant softball coach at KCKCC for two years.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Ray, son, Kenny, mother and father, Eunice and George Byard, brothers, Barney and Bill Byard, and numerous sister and brothers-in-law. Loretta is survived by son, Mike, daughters and sons-in- laws, Debbie and Mikel Jones, Jackie and John Batliner, and the loves of her life, her favorite granddaughter, Brooke Batliner, and grandsons, John and Colin Batliner, and Kurt and Trent Jones. She also leaves here on earth her brother and sister-in- law, Dick and Kay Byard, sisters- in-law, Mary Dean Byard, Rosemary Byard, Viola Cox, Jeanie Nail, Sue and Arvil Stinnett, Donna and Bill Brookshire, Lucy and Jim Brookshire, Nancy and Ken Schleiger, Theresa Hamilton, brother-in-laws, Larry and Linda Hamilton, Mike and Susan Hamilton and numerous nieces and nephews.

We would like to thank the staff at the Tonganoxie Nursing Center who took wonderful care of her over the last 18 months. In lieu of flowers, the family would appreciate donations to St. Patrick's Catholic Church, 1086 N. 94th Street, Kansas City, KS 66112, or Bishop Ward High School, 708 N 18th Street, Kansas City, KS 66102. Condolences may be expressed at: www.porterfuneralhome.com Arr.: Porter Funeral Home & Crematory, 1835 Minnesota Ave., Kansas City, KS (913) 621-6400.

Published in Kansas City Star on Sept. 28, 2016
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Family links:
Parents:
George Bernard Byard (1902 - 1959)
Eunice L. Cremin Byard (1903 - 1971)

Spouse:
Raymond Louis Hamilton (1929 - 2005)

Children:
Kenny A. Hamilton (1962 - 1985)*

Siblings:
George Bernard Byard (1926 - 2016)*
Loretta Louise Byard Hamilton (1929 - 2016)
William A Byard (1938 - 2013)*

*Calculated relationship

Burial:
Mount Calvary Cemetery
Kansas City
Wyandotte County
Kansas, USA

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Record added: Sep 26, 2016
Find A Grave Memorial# 170607481 
BYARD, Loretta Louise (I14539)
 
177 Birth: Nov. 3, 1884
Long Branch
Monmouth County
New Jersey, USA
Death: Apr. 15, 1967
Long Branch
Monmouth County
New Jersey, USA

LONG BRANCH -- Mrs. Frances Mary Byard, 81, died Monday at Monmouth Medical Center.

Born in Long Branch, Mrs. Byard was a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs Z. [sic] Waitt and was the widow of George Byard. She attended the First Presbyterian Church here.

She is survived by three sons, Philip Byard of West Long Branch and Myron and Douglas Byard of Long Branch; two brothers, George Waitt of Eatontown and Chester Waitt of Long Branch; two sisters, Misses Minnie and Sadie Waitt of Long Branch; one nephew, Frederick (Fritzie) Campbell of Long Branch, and three grandchildren.

Services will be tomorrow at 3 p.m. in the Flock Funeral Home, with Rev. J. Courtney Hayward officiating. Interment will be in Woodbine Cemetery, Oceanport.

Red Bank Register, Wed., April 19, 1967

(thanks to Ruth Ryan)

Family links:
Parents:
Cyrenius Waitt (1847 - 1908)
Mary A Woolley Waitt (1859 - 1933)

Burial:
Woodbine Cemetery and Mausoleum
Oceanport
Monmouth County
New Jersey, USA 
WAITT, Frances Mary (I14599)
 
178 Birth: Nov. 3, 1922
Louise
Brooke County
West Virginia, USA
Death: Aug. 29, 2007
Steubenville
Jefferson County
Ohio, USA

BYARD, Marcella M. (Knovick) Boreman, 84, of McMechen, died Wednesday, August 29, 2007 in Steubenville, Ohio.
Marcella was born November 3, 1922 in Louise, W.Va., a daughter of the late Victor and Minnie (Ralston) Knovick. She was retired from Louis Marx Toy Factory and was a member of St. James Catholic Church, McMechen.
In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her first husband, Okey Boreman; second husband, George Byard; a sister, Eddie Lou Mackey; a brother, William Knovick; and daughter-in-law, Joann Boreman.
Surviving are her two sons, Thomas Boreman and his wife, Sharon of Follansbee, W.Va. and Bill Boreman of McMechen; three daughters, Nancy Boreman and Carolyn Walker of McMechen and Sondra Kulpa and her husband, Chris of Wheeling; a sister, Josephine Shai of McMechen; nine grandchildren, Tommy, Mark, Tracy and Tammy Boreman, Kelly McQuillin, Gary Walker, Carrie Gates, Christian Means and Chad Kulpa and his wife Angel; nine great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.

Burial:
McMechen Cemetery
McMechen
Marshall County
West Virginia, USA

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KNOVICK, Marcella Marie (I11865)
 
179 Birth: Nov. 5, 1881
Eureka
Humboldt County
California, USA
Death: Apr. 25, 1952
Eureka
Humboldt County
California, USA

Services for Mrs Margaret McNeil, 70, who died in a local hospital on Friday, will be conducted Monday at 1:30 p.m.in the Pierce mortuary. Members of Occident Parlors, Native Daughters, are asked to meed in front of the Pierce mortuary at 1:15 p.m.on Monday, and will assist in the services. Mrs McNeil's survivors include her husband, Robert J McNeil, Eureka; a sister, Mrs Lizzie Bell Eureka, and the following nephews and nieces, David A Bell, George F Bell, James C Bell, George F Bell, James C Bell, Robert C Bell, Lislie G Bell, Mrs Lillie Bell Beaumont, Elizabeth McFarland, all of Eureka, Alexander Baxter, Bayside, Mrs Eva Harris, San Francisco, James S Carlisle, Petaluma, and Margaret Hutcheson, San Mateo. She was a member of Thelma Rebekah lodge, Pioneer Society of Humboldt county, and Native Daughters.
Daughter of Alexander and Lizzie Banks Carlisle

Married Arthur Byard 10 September 1898 Eureka California/ Divorced
Married Charles Louis Robert Stephens 21 Decmeber 1912 Eureka California - No Children
Married Robert John McNeill 17 December 1921 Eureka California- No Children


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Parents:
Alexander Carlisle (1849 - 1915)
Cecily Banks Carlisle (1847 - 1919)

Spouses:
James Arthur Byard (1874 - 1938)
Charles Lewis Robert Stephens (1875 - 1939)
Robert John McNeill (1880 - 1956)*

Siblings:
Lizzie Carlisle Bell (1877 - 1954)*
Maria Jane Carlisle Baxter (1877 - 1938)*
Margaret Carlisle McNeill (1881 - 1952)
Alice Banks Carlisle (1883 - 1893)*
James Alexander Carlisle (1884 - 1950)*
Susie Carlisle Gossi (1886 - 1926)*

*Calculated relationship

Burial:
Ocean View Cemetery
Eureka
Humboldt County
California, USA

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CARLISLE, Margaret (I11166)
 
180 Birth: Nov. 7, 1908
Emmitsburg
Frederick County
Maryland, USA
Death: Oct. 6, 1996
Fairfield
Adams County
Pennsylvania, USA

OBITUARY :
ALBERT M. BYARD, 88, of 666 Old Waynesboro Road, Fairfield, died Sunday, Oct. 6, at Michael Manor in Fairfield.

Born November 7, 1908 in Emmitsburg, Md., he was the son of the late John G. and Ida Koontz Byard. He was predeceased by his wife, Margaret Martin Byard, in 1991.

Mr. Byard was employed at the Blue Ridge Pipe and Knipple Co. for 22 years, and later at the Waynesboro Pipe Products Co. for 18 years until his retirement in 1985.

He is survived by one sister, Mable Lightner of Frederick, Md., and a number of nieces and nephews.

Funeral services will be held 2 p.m., Wednesday, Oct. 9, at Monahan Funeral Home, 27 E. Main St., Fairfield, with the Rev. Eugene M. Cline officiating. Interment will be in Fairfield Union Cemetery.

Friends may call from 1 p.m. until the time of services Wednesday, at the funeral home.

Source : The Gettysburg Times Newspaper - Gettysburg, Adams Co., Pennsylvania - Tuesday, October 8, 1996

Burial:
Fairfield Union Cemetery
Fairfield
Adams County
Pennsylvania, USA 
BYARD, Albert Meade (I15269)
 
181 Birth: Nov. 8, 1925
Death: Sep. 19, 2000

Note: TEC 5 US ARMY - Resided in Albuquerque, NM

Burial:
Santa Fe National Cemetery
Santa Fe
Santa Fe County
New Mexico, USA
Plot: 11 0 121
 
HERNANDEZ, Evelyn (I14467)
 
182 Birth: Nov. 9, 1929
Jacksonville
Duval County
Florida, USA
Death: Jun. 25, 2017
Jacksonville
Duval County
Florida, USA

Juno Almire Harris was born Juno Byard in Jacksonville, Florida on November 9, 1929, to Mr. Edward Norman and Ms. Edna Duhart Byard. She was a graduate of Old Stanton High School, and soon afterwards, married her only husband of 53 years, Ulyssee Harris, until his passing in 2001.

Juno was a dedicated mother of 4 boys and wife to Ulyssee Harris, a career United States Marine of 22 years. Having lived with her family in Florida, North Carolina, Hawaii, South Carolina, Florida (again) while her husband and oldest son Kevin fought in the Vietnam war during some of the worst fighting, then Georgia, she finally returned to Jacksonville after her husband's retirement from the Marine Corp in 1969.

Life as a military wife of 4 boys was never easy, but Juno exhibited a strength of character and sense of dignity throughout her life that followed her to her final destination: a place of peace and comfort, free from the pain and suffering that she endured during her untimely and unforeseen ordeal with cancer. She is now in God's hands.

She will be most remembered for her love and dedication to family, her willingness to stand by her sons during good times and bad, her unflinching sense of duty as a surrogate mother to her grandchildren, and her stubborn and steadfast desire to live and end her life on her own terms.
We ARE the sons, grandchildren, and great-grands that you have made us, Juno Harris. And our lives are much richer having been blessed by your words and your touch

We will miss you "mother".

Mrs. Harris was preceded in death by her husband of 53 years, Ulyssee S. Harris.

She is survived by her four sons: Kevin Eric, Stanley Michael, Winston Doyle, and Roderick Harris; her 14 grandchildren; 17 great-grandchildren and 7 great great-grandchildren; and her four siblings: Ruth Thomas, Margaret Johnson, Hazel Wilson, and Charles Byard.

Funeral services will be held at 10:00 AM on Saturday, July 1, 2017 in the chapel of Peeples Family Funeral Homes, 2220 Soutel Drive, near Lem Turner Road with Pastor Arthur E. Wade officiating.

Burial will follow in Chapel Hill Memory Gardens.

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Parents:
Edna Byard Duhart (1905 - 1984)

Spouse:
Ulyssee S Harris (1928 - 2001)

Burial:
Chapel Hills Memory Gardens
Jacksonville
Duval County
Florida, USA

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BYARD, Juno Almire (I8372)
 
183 Birth: Oct. 10, 1882
Jefferson County
Iowa, USA
Death: Feb. 10, 1970
Ottumwa
Wapello County
Iowa, USA

Note: Jesse died on Tuesday, February 10, 1970. His obituary was published on the 11th, and a previous cemetery transcription inadvertently used the obituary publication date for the death date.

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Following is the verbatime text of the wedding announcement as published in the Fairfield Tribune. Another transcription of it found elsewhere online turns out to have been edited for content and phrasing.

Fairfield Tribune
Wednesday, Apr. 6, 1904
Pg. 7 Col. 5

MARRIED.

Mr. Jesse Gardner and Miss Bertha Byard were married Monday evening at 7 o'clock at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Byard, in the northeast part of town. Rev. L. Mendenhall officiated. A bounteous wedding supper was served for the newly married and the families and intimate friends.

Both contracting parties were reared in Fairfield and both bear favorable reputations. They start on the journey of life under hopes of brightest hue and with wishes for true happiness. The Tribune joins in the congratulations.

Family links:
Spouse:
Bertha Byard Gardner (1884 - 1955)*

*Calculated relationship

Burial:
Old Fairfield Cemetery
Fairfield
Jefferson County
Iowa, USA
Plot: Lot 144 W 1/2

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GARDNER, Jesse Marvin (I11421)
 
184 Birth: Oct. 18, 1929
West Virginia, USA
Death: Oct. 20, 1930
Big Run
Wetzel County
West Virginia, USA

Infant daughter of Hugh Byard and Mary Jane Cross. Burial information obtained from death certificate. A current reading of the cemetery did not locate a headstone for Zura. It is possible that she is buried in an unmarked grave.

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Parents:
Hugh Columbus Byard (1890 - 1967)
Mary Jane Cross Byard (1890 - 1956)

Siblings:
Flossie May Williams (1912 - 1918)**
Howard Ross Williams (1916 - 1960)**
Sarah Estaline Williams Moore (1918 - 1993)**
Allen Samuel Byard (1923 - 2012)*
Alphia Earl Byard (1928 - 1972)*
Zura Josephine Byard (1929 - 1930)
Sheral Lee Byard (1936 - 2012)*

*Calculated relationship
**Half-sibling

Burial:
Willey Cemetery
Wetzel County
West Virginia, USA

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BYARD, Zurah Josephine (I10925)
 
185 Birth: Oct. 23, 1908
Death: Mar. 29, 2007

John Byard

John H. "Jack" Byard of Eugene died March 29 of age-related causes at age 98. No service is planned.

He was born Oct. 23, 1908, in Aberdeen, Wash., to John and Catherene Buckley Byard. He married Jari Lee on May 18, 1934, in Tacoma. She died April 1, 2004.

He worked for the American Can Company in Washington and Eugene. He retired in 1973 as a supervisor.

Survivors include a son, Lance of Fremont, California; two grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. A daughter, Susan, died in 1961.

Inurnment will be at Rest-Haven Memorial Park in Eugene. Arrangements by Rest-Haven Memorial Park & Funeral Home. Remembrances to First Congregational Church in Eugene.

Family links:
Spouse:
Gertrude Lais Lee Byard (1909 - 2004)*

Children:
Susan Lee Byard (1941 - 1961)*

*Calculated relationship

Burial:
Rest-Haven Memorial Park
Eugene
Lane County
Oregon, USA
 
BYARD, John Henry (I6737)
 
186 Birth: Oct. 23, 1917
Smithfield
Wetzel County
West Virginia, USA
Death: Mar. 30, 1928
New Martinsville
Wetzel County
West Virginia, USA

Bee was 10 years 5 months and 7 days old when he died of an infected foot. He was the son of Milo Byard and Mary Shreves.

Family links:
Parents:
Milo *Reed* Byard (1878 - 1918)
Mary Sevilla Shreve Byard (1884 - 1964)

Siblings:
Goldie May Byard Leek (1908 - 1997)*
George M. Byard (1913 - 1989)*
Bee James Byard (1917 - 1928)

*Calculated relationship

Burial:
Unknown

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BYARD, Bee James (I10052)
 
187 Birth: Oct. 25, 1889
Milford
Decatur County
Indiana, USA

Death: Jan. 31, 1979
Greensburg
Decatur County
Indiana, USA

note: triple marker with Marybelle & Cliff

*****
EDITH BYARD

Edith Byard, 89, died at 9:45 p.m. Wednesday at the IOOF Home, where she had resided over two years.

She was born Oct. 25, 1889, in Milford, the daughter of Ira and Allie Kennedy Keen. She made her home in Greensburg 25 years ago and operated the Byards Hardware and Variety Store on the east side of the square for over 10 years. Prior to that time she resided on a farm in the Star Baptist neighborhood.

She was a member of the Milford United Methodist Church and the Ladies Aid Society at the Star Baptist Church.

She was married to Clifford Byard, Aug. 10, 1903, in Kentucky, and he died Jan. 4, 1953. She is survived by three sons: William K. Byard, R.R.1, St. Paul, Carl W. Byard, Indianapolis, and Walter E. Byard, Greensburg; six grandchildren 17 great-grandchildren and 12 great-great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by a daughter, Marybelle, and one sister, Mary Wood.

The services will be at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Gilliland-Howe Funeral Home with the Rev. Dorothy Hinds officiating and with burial in the Milford Cemetery. Visitation will begin at 2 p.m. Friday.

--Greensburg Daily News--

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at the register - Mrs Howard (Barbara) Austin, Mrs Paul (Betty) Remmler, Mrs Wilmer (Mary Lou) Platt, Sandra Platt

organist - Nancy G

informant - William K Byard, R1 St Paul & Walter E Byers, 312 W Second St, Gbrg -sons


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Parents:
Ira C. Keen (1860 - 1916)
Allie M Kennedy Keen (1865 - 1949)

Spouse:
Cliff Byard (1883 - 1953)*

Children:
Marybell Byard (1907 - 1907)*

*Calculated relationship

Note: additional info from Gilliland-Howe Funeral Home Records

Burial:
Milford Cemetery
Milford
Decatur County
Indiana, USA
Plot: Right row 11

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KEENE, Edith (I5413)
 
188 Birth: Oct., 1860
Death: Feb. 2, 1940

In the 1930 United States Federal Census Bridget Byard, a widow, is living with her daughter and son in law in Providence, Providence County, Rhode Island
Age: 68
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1862
Birthplace: England
Relation to Head of House: Mother-in-Law
Household Members: Name Age
Ulric Shortley, head, 40,
Ellen Shortley, wife, 35,
William Shortley, son, 11,
John Shortley, son, 10,
Bridget Byard, mother in law, 68.

In the 1900 United States Federal Census Bridget Byard is living at 31 Madison St., in Fall River Ward 8, Bristol County, Massachusetts.
Age: 39
Birth Date: Oct 1860
Birthplace: England
Immigration Year: 1872
Relationship to head-of-house: Wife
Father's Name: James Kearns
Father's Birthplace: Ireland
Mother's Birthplace: Ireland
Mother: number of living children: 2
Mother: How many children: 3
Spouse's Name: William Byard
Marriage year: 1890
Marital Status: Married
Years married: 10
Household Members: Name Age
William Byard, head born Apr 1859, 41,
Bridget Byard, wife, 39,
James Byard, son born Jan 1892, 8,
Nellie Byard, daughter born Jun 1894, 5,
James Kearns, father in law born Apr 1820 in Ireland, 80..

Massachusetts, Marriage Records, 1840-1915
Name: William Byard
Birth Year: abt 1860
Birth Place: England
Marriage Date: 2 Feb 1891
Marriage Place: Fall River, Massachusetts, USA
Age at Marriage: 31
Father: John
Mother: Ellen
Spouse: Bridget Kearns
Spouse Birth Place: England
Spouse Age at Marriage: 29
Spouse Father: James
Spouse Mother: Catherine

Family links:
Spouse:
William Byard (1859 - 1909)*

*Calculated relationship

Burial:
Saint Patricks Cemetery
Fall River
Bristol County
Massachusetts, USA 
KEARNS, Bridget (I9289)
 
189 Birth: Sep. 11, 1842
Death: Jan. 25, 1860

Daughter of Robert & Lydia E. Byard
Died Jan 25, 1860,
aged 16 yrs, 4 nos, 16 ds
Daughter, thou wast mild and lovely
Gentle as the summer's breeze
(remainder of the verse is indistinguishable)
According to the Sedgwick Vital Records, Livona Byard was born 11 September 1842. The age on the headstone doesn't correspond to the date in the Sedgwick Vital Records.

U.S. Federal Census Mortality Schedules, 1850-1885 show that Livona died of "Typhus Fever" and that she'd been ill for 10 days.

Family links:
Parents:
Robert Byard (____ - 1875)
Lydia Dodge Eaton Byard (1820 - 1876)

Burial:
Sedgwick Rural Cemetery
Sedgwick
Hancock County
Maine, USA
 
BYARD, Livona (I10225)
 
190 Birth: Sep. 15, 1917
Champaign
Champaign County
Illinois, USA
Death: Jun. 26, 2003
East Peoria
Tazewell County
Illinois, USA

EAST PEORIA, IL - Fred A. Krabbe, 85, formerly of 105 Carriage Court, died at 3:15 p.m. Thursday, June 26, 2003, at ManorCare at Riverview, where he was a resident.

Born Sept. 15, 1917, in Champaign to Harry and Della Moore Krabbe, he married Thelma E. Byard on Sept. 27, 1938, in Crawfordsville, Ind. She survives.

Also surviving are two daughters, Sharon (and Dick) Chamberlain of East Peoria and Carol McNaul of Orange, Calif.; one brother, Morris of Mission, Texas; four grandchildren; and 11 great-grandchildren.

He was preceded in death by one sister.

He worked at the Caterpillar Inc. East Peoria plant for 35 years, retiring in Febuary 1976.

He was a member of the American Radio Relay League, the National Champagn D'Argent Rabbit Federation and the American Rabbit Breeders Association.

He was a member of Faith Evangelical Free Church in Germantown Hills.

Graveside services will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday at Fondulac Cemetery . The Rev. Dick Chamberlain will officiate. There will be no visitation. Remmert Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.

Memorials may be made to his church.

Peoria Journal Star, The (IL) - Sunday, June 29, 2003


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Spouse:
Thelma E. Byard Krabbe (1919 - 2007)

Burial:
Fon du Lac Township Cemetery
East Peoria
Tazewell County
Illinois, USA

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KRABBE, Frederick A (I10265)
 
191 Birth: Sep. 15, 1947
Death: Dec. 6, 2003

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. Barbara L. Brown, 56, of Daytona Beach, Fla. and formerly of Chippewa Lake, died Saturday, Dec. 6, 2003, at her residence. Services will be Thursday at 10 a.m. at Roberts Funeral Home, Sherwood Chapel, Wooster, with the Rev. Dr. Roger E. Smith officiating. Entombment will be at Sherwood Memorial Gardens. Friends may call Wednesday from 6-8 p.m. at the funeral home. She was born Sept.15, 1947, in Wadsworth to William Lee and Phyllis Irene (Smith) Byard. She married Donald E. Brown on Sept. 14, 1984. He survives. She graduated from Cloverleaf High School and worked for Woodbine Chemical Company in Medina. Surviving in addition to her husband are sons, Raymond (Tracy) Good of Louisville, Kentucky, William (Shannon) Good of Wadsworth; a stepson, Michael Brown of Naples, Florida; grandchildren, Cory, Kayla and Cindy Good; brothers, Robert Byard of Spencer, William Byard and Craig Byard, both of Cleveland. Her parents died previously.

The Daily Record

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Parents:
William Lee Byard (1920 - 1993)
Phyllis I Smith Byard (1928 - 1999)

Sibling:
Barbara L Brown (1947 - 2003)
Robert R. Byard (1950 - 2004)*

*Calculated relationship

Burial:
Sherwood Memorial Gardens
Wooster
Wayne County
Ohio, USA

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BYARD, Barbara Lee (I10253)
 
192 Birth: Sep. 16, 1914
Montgomery County
Tennessee, USA
Death: Feb. 1, 1999
Tennessee, USA

Emiel Byard

Emiel Douglas Byard, 84, of Madison, died Monday, Feb. 1, 1999, at Nashville Memorial Hospital.

The funeral will be at 11 am Thursday at McReynolds-Nave & Larson Funeral Home with the Rev. Troy Miller and Barney Byard officiating. Burial will be in Pleasantview Baptist Church Cemetery.

Visitation will be today from 5pm to 8pm and Thursday at 9am until the hour of service at the funeral home.

He was born Sept. 16, 1914, in Montgomery County, son of Clarence Byard and Annie Harvey Byard. He was the widower of Kitty Jane Suiter and Nannie P. Byard.

He was preceded in death by a son, Stanley Douglas Byard.

Mr. Byard was a self-employed carpenter and a Baptist.

Survivors include a son, Bobby Byard, Sacramento, Calif; a daughter, Sue Cruise, Nashville; three grandchildren; and three great- grandchildren.

Family links:
Parents:
Clarence Byard (1893 - 1951)
Annie Byard (1893 - 1968)

Spouse:
Kitty Suiter Byard (1913 - 1944)

Children:
Stanley Douglas Byard (1935 - 1952)*

*Calculated relationship

Burial:
Pleasant View Baptist Church Cemetery
Montgomery County
Tennessee, USA

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BYARD, Emiel Douglas (I11759)
 
193 Birth: Sep. 17, 1846
Death: Jan. 17, 1920
Twin Falls
Twin Falls County
Idaho, USA

"Fairfield Ledger", Wed., Jan. 21, 1920, Pg. 4, Col. 3

George W. BYARD, former resident of Fairfield, died Sat. at the home of his son, G. E. BYARD in Twin Falls, Idaho. Buried Evergreen. Three children survive: One son, Ed, of Twin Falls, Idaho; Mrs. J. M . GARDNER, Bonaparte, and Mrs. Tilly STOUT, Chicago (see: Matilda Byard Stout).

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"Fairfield Tribune", Mar. 18, 1896, Pg. 2, Col. 1

George BYARD has opened a cooper shop in the southwestern part of town. Mr. BYARD is a capable workman, experienced in cooperage making, and will fill satisfactory all orders given him. We commend him to all creameries in this section.

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Spouse:
Adaline McKinny Byard (1848 - 1915)

Children:
Esther Byard (1880 - 1889)*
Matilda Byard Stout (1881 - 1962)*
Bertha Byard Gardner (1884 - 1955)*

*Calculated relationship

Burial:
Old Fairfield Cemetery
Fairfield
Jefferson County
Iowa, USA
Plot: Lot 144

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BYARD, George Washington (I5404)
 
194 Birth: Sep. 22, 1946
Death: Nov. 13, 2007

Wilma Jean Fullard
Born in Montgomery County, TN on Sep. 22, 1946
Departed on Nov. 13, 2007 and resided in Pembroke, Christian County, KY

Visitation: Friday, Nov. 16, 2007
Service: Saturday, Nov. 17, 2007
Cemetery: Piney Grove Cemetery

Mrs. Wilma Jean Fullard, 61, of Pembroke, KY, died Tuesday (November 13, 2007) at Pembroke Nursing Home.

She was a native of Montgomery County, TN. She was married to the late Herman Fullard and was the daughter of the late Matthew E. and Ida Brumley Byard. She was a homemaker and a Baptist.

Survivors include a son, Russell Reed of Hopkinsville, KY; a stepson, Ricky Fullard of Kentucky; three brothers, Wayne Byard of Cunningham, TN, Herman E. Byard of Cumberland Furnace, TN, George T. Byard of Erin, TN; and a sister, Dorothy Hulsey of Nashville, TN.

A funeral service will be held 1:00 p.m. Saturday (November 17, 2007) at Music Funeral Home Chapel. Burial will be in Piney Grove Cemetery. The family will be receiving friends at the funeral home Friday night from 6 until 8.

Sympathy may be expressed by signing the online registry at www.musicfuneralhome.com.


Family links:
Parents:
Matthew Edmond Byard (1903 - 1979)
Ida Byard (1906 - 1990)

Spouse:
Herman Fullard (1927 - 1995)

Burial:
Piney Grove Church Cemetery
Needham
Ware County
Georgia, USA

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BYARD, Wilma Jean (I11796)
 
195 Birth: Sep. 25, 1960
Fenton
Genesee County
Michigan, USA
Death: Mar. 14, 2008
Fenton
Genesee County
Michigan, USA

MOREA, Christine J. (Byard) - age 47, a longtime resident of Fenton passed away at her home on March 10, 2008. Funeral services will be held 1 PM Monday, March 17, 2008 at Sharp Funeral Homes, Fenton Chapel, 1000 Silver Lake Rd., Fenton with Pastor Dale Swihart officaiting. Visitation will be held 2-4 and 6-8 PM Sunday at the funeral home. Christine was born in Flint, MI, September 25, 1960. She married Robert Morea on June 17, 1983 in Flint. She loved traveling, visiting her extended family and her many cats that she had over the years. She was a member of First Presbyterian Church of Fenton. Surviving are: two step-children, Jennifer and Chad MOrea and their father, Robert Morea; mother, Gertrude Zueck of Fenton; step-mother, Marlene Byard of Marco Island; brother, James (Dawn) Flowers of Flushing; sister, Brenda Flowers of Indian River; sister, Debra Flowers of Indian River; brother, Lawrence Byard of Fenton; sister, Cheryl (Steve) Glidden of Rochester, NH; brother, Alan Byard of Marco Island; grandmothers, Ellen Webb of Henderson, NV and Lorraine Byard of Hudson, FL. She is also survived by many aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by: father, James L. Byard. Friends may share an online tribute on the obitiuaries

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Parents:
James Lee Byard (1934 - 2005)

Burial:
Unknown

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BYARD, Christine Joan (I13814)
 
196 Birth: Sep. 4, 1929
Schuyler Lake
Otsego County
New York, USA
Death: Mar. 24, 2016
New Hartford
Oneida County
New York, USA

Pauline E. VanNort, age 86, of Prindle Apts., 80 E. North St., Ilion, passed away peacefully on Thursday, March 24, 2016, at Faxton-St. Luke’s Healthcare, New Hartford, NY, after a brief illness.

She was born on September 4, 1929, in Schuyler Lake, NY, the daughter of Leon and Paulina (Green) Byard, and graduated from Richfield Springs High School. On March 11, 1978, she was married to Lloyd N. VanNort. Pauline was employed as an LPN-Therapist at Sunnyside Nursing Home in E. Syracuse for several years.

Surviving family members include her son, Donald Seamon and his wife, Prudence, of Lockport, and Garry Seamon, of Syracuse; 2 grandchildren, Harmony Worral and her husband, Joseph, of Lockport, and Matthew Seamon, of Syracuse; 2 great-grandchildren, Jack and Tyler Worral, of Lockport; her brother, Squire Byard, of Ilion; several nieces, including 2 special nieces, Debra VanNort and Leslie VanNort, of Ilion; special nephew, Keith VanNort and his wife, Anna, of Ilion; and several cousins.

She was predeceased by her husband, Lloyd; her brother, Carl Byard; her grandson, Zachary Seamon; and her parents.

In keeping with Pauline’s wishes, there are no scheduled public calling hours or funeral services.

A private graveside service will be held at the convenience of the family later this spring at Burlington Flatts Cemetery.

Burial:
Burlington Flats Cemetery
Burlington Flats
Otsego County
New York, USA

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BYARD, Pauline E (I13450)
 
197 Birth: Sep. 9, 1891
Birch River
Nicholas County
West Virginia, USA
Death: Jun. 16, 1950
Kilgore
Gregg County
Texas, USA

obit: Kilgore News Herald, Kilgore Texas Friday, June 16, 1950
Mrs. E.L. Kerns,59, died this morning in Kilgore Memorial Hospital. Death was caused by a heart attack, but she had been in ill health since a car accident last May 16. Her home was on the Laird Hill Highway.
Born in West Virginia in 1891, she came to Kilgore in 1931 from Seminole Okla.
Surviors include her husband, four children, Ralph Kerns, Raymond Kerns and Mrs. Ruby Gordon, Kilgore, and Mrs. Retta Dixon, Houston, four sisters and one brother.
Funeral arrangements at the Rader Funeral Home will be made after the arrivial of relatives.


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Parents:
George Byard (1855 - 1927)
Christina Byard Byard (1856 - 1942)

Spouse:
Emery Lee Kerns (1884 - 1956)

Children:
Lena Kerns (1910 - 1910)*
Ralph Edward Kerns (1911 - 1985)*
Raymond Woodrow Kerns (1913 - 1969)*
Ruby Helen Kerns Gordon (1916 - 1979)*
Retta Elizabeth Kerns Dixon (1921 - 1990)*

Siblings:
Rose Reed Merrill (1872 - 1948)**
Belle Reed Kieffer (1878 - ____)**
Milo *Reed* Byard (1878 - 1918)**
Lula May Byard Kendall (1878 - 1932)**
Susan Jane Byard Templeton (1879 - 1947)**
Carolyn Reed Ice (1880 - 1951)**
Luther Byard (1882 - 1948)**
Julie Byard (1882 - 1885)**
Jennie Byard Snyder (1886 - 1965)*
W. Henry Byard (1888 - ____)*
Birdie Florence Byard Kerns (1891 - 1950)
Mary Frances Byard Rice (1892 - 1979)*
Mary Frances Byard Wilson Rice (1892 - 1979)*
Sarah Ellen Byard Mercer (1894 - 1921)*
Dessie Pearl Byard Ensminger (1896 - 1976)*
J Lee Byard (1901 - 1902)*

*Calculated relationship
**Half-sibling

Burial:
Kilgore City Cemetery
Kilgore
Gregg County
Texas, USA
Plot: A

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Record added: Sep 18, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 21635401 
BYARD, Birdie Florence (I10434)
 
198 Birth: Sep. 9, 1949
Fairmont
Marion County
West Virginia, USA
Death: Oct. 30, 2017
Fairmont
Marion County
West Virginia, USA

Junior Byard
September 9, 1949 to October 30, 2017

Junior Byard (Encil Ray), age 68 of Plum Run Community, Mannington, WV passed away on Monday, October 30, 2017 at Fairmont Regional Medical Center, surrounded by his loving family after a long battle with numerous health issues.

He was the son of the late Encil Ray and Florence (Stoneking) Byard. Junior was born September 9, 1949 in Fairmont, WV. He attended Mannington High School, worked at Hermosella’s Men Shop in Mannington, Standard Furniture in Fairmont and JoAnne Mine in Rachel until its closure in 1984. He then became a self-employed truck driver and auctioneer until he returned to Federal II Mine and retired in 2001.

He is survived by his loving wife of 50 years, Sharon (Fluharty) Byard, whom he married April 29, 1967. Two daughters, Kathy (Mark) Angelucci, Barbara (Dave) Ware, both of Farmington, WV and one son, Chuck Byard of Clarksburg, WV. Seven grandchildren, Josh (Faith) Price, Jake Price, Marlee Angelucci, Lane Byard, Logan White, Brianna and Jaden Ware. One great-granddaughter Karmendi. A sister Mary Freeland of Fairmont, WV and a brother, Jim (Wanda) Byard of Mannington, WV. Sisters-in-law, Linda (Jim) Hyde of Enterprise, WV, Sandy (Dallas) Heldreth of Flat Run, WV, Lorna Toothman and fiancé Dave Chappell, Donna Fluharty, Cathy Fluharty, and brother-in-law, Roger (Mary) Fluharty, all of Plum Run, WV and many nieces, nephews and cousins.

In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by an infant brother Robert Byard, in-laws Joseph and Helen (Haught) Fluharty, brothers-in-law Ernest Freeland, Alan and Randy Fluharty and Stanley Toothman.

Junior was a member of the Monongalia Baptist Church of Plum Run and enjoyed his family, farming and his dog Buddy. A very special thank you goes out to all of the wonderful nurses in the Fairmont Regional Medical Center ICU and his special nurse, Becky Wade.

Family and friends will be received at Masters Funeral Home, 209 Main St., Mannington, on Thursday, November 2, 2017 from 11am to 8pm. Funeral services will be held in the funeral home on Friday, November 3, 2017 beginning at 11am with Reverend Richard Fluharty officiating. His final resting place will be at the Fluharty Cemetery on Plum Run, WV.

**MEMORIAL NOTES COURTESY OF MASTERS FUNERAL HOME, MANNINGTON, WEST VIRGINIA**


Family links:
Parents:
Encil Ray Byard (1914 - 1972)
Florence Pearl Stoneking Byard (1920 - 2002)

Sibling:
Robert Lee Byard (1940 - 1940)*

*Calculated relationship

Burial:
Fluharty Cemetery
Mannington
Marion County
West Virginia, USA

Created by: Bill Coon
Record added: Oct 31, 2017
Find A Grave Memorial# 184819246 
BYARD, Encil Ray (I11896)
 
199 Birth: unknown
Death: May 6, 1876

Lydia, his wife
Died June 6, 1876
AE. 56 yrs, 4 mos, 29 ds.
According to the Sedgwick Vital Records, She was the daughter of of Joseph Eaton and Patty Morgan. She was born on 7 Jan 1820 in Sedgwick. The ages on the headstone don't correspond to the Sedgwick Vital Records.
 
EATON, Lydia Dodge (I14163)
 
200 Birth: unknown
Allegheny County
Pennsylvania, USA
Death: Sep. 12, 2016
Glassport
Allegheny County
Pennsylvania, USA

Rhoda V. Douglas, 97, of Glassport, died Monday, Sept. 12, 2016. She was a daughter of the late Harry and Mae (Knight) Byard; and beloved wife of the late Richard J. Douglas. Rhoda is survived by her daughters, Patricia (Frank) Thomas, of West Mifflin, and Mary Jane (the late James) Belusar, of White Oak; grandchildren, Sherrie, Crescini, Kathy, Michael, Jill, Amy, Hope, Kirsten and Kent; also 11 great-grandchildren and eight great-great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her son, Wayne Douglas; brother, Jack Byard; and sisters, June Byard and Gerry Singer.

Friends received from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday at WOJCIECHOWSKI FUNERAL HOME, Glassport. A funeral service will be held at 10 a.m. Friday in the funeral home with the Rev. Hal Dangel officiating. Interment will follow in Jefferson Memorial Park.

(Published in Pittsburgh Tribune Review on Sept. 14, 2016)


Family links:
Spouse:
Richard J. Douglas (1917 - 2003)

Burial:
Jefferson Memorial Park
Pleasant Hills
Allegheny County
Pennsylvania, USA

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Record added: Sep 14, 2016
Find A Grave Memorial# 169903918 
BYARD, Rhoda Vern (I13635)
 
201 Birth: unknown
Frederick County
Maryland, USA
Death: Oct. 10, 1967
Finksburg
Carroll County
Maryland, USA

Age 73 died October 10, 1967 in Finksburg RD1 after a short illness. Born in Frederick County, she was the daughter of John and Josephine Wetzel Byard.

She is survived by her husband James A. Trout; sons and daughters: Mrs. Harry W. Albright, George H. Trout, Mrs. Carl P. Long, Mrs. John R. McCullough, Clarence A. Trout, Mrs. Viola Barnes, and Mrs. Clarence Stem; two sisters, Mrs. Russell Koontz and Mrs. Maggie Smith; 10 grandchildren and 7 great-grandchildren.

October 19, 1967

Family links:
Parents:
John Byard (1842 - 1915)

Siblings:
Lillie Mae Byard Trout (____ - 1967)
Rose Ann Byard (1880 - 1965)*
John Garfield Byard (1882 - 1965)*
James Arthur Byard (1887 - 1949)*
Margaret Marie Byard Smith (1889 - 1974)*
Nettie Elizabeth Byard Koontz (1891 - 1972)*
Sydney Clay Byard (1895 - 1925)*

*Calculated relationship

Burial:
Evergreen Memorial Gardens
Finksburg
Carroll County
Maryland, USA

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Created by: Becky
Record added: Mar 20, 2014
Find A Grave Memorial# 126640542 
BYARD, Lillie Mae (I5372)
 
202 Birth: unknown
New York
New York County (Manhattan)
New York, USA
Death: Apr. 12, 2017
Hobe Sound
Martin County
Florida, USA

Mary Jane Inman
Hobe Sound, FL

Mary Jane Inman, 93, passed away at home in Hobe Sound, April 12, 2017, reuniting with the love of her life, Geoffrey, two days before what would have been their 72nd wedding anniversary.

Born and raised in New York City, she served in the US Navy during WWII, meeting her future husband, a member of the US Army Service Band, at a USO dance. She graduated from Fairleigh Dickinson College after the war, making her home with Geoff, and nurturing their lifelong interests in music, trains, boating, fishing, and worldwide travel. They lived in New Jersey and Massachusetts before settling in Hobe Sound in 1978. An active community member, volunteer, and avid reader, Mrs. Inman was a charter member of the Friends of Hobe Sound Library, twice serving as its President, to help establish Hobe Sound's first branch library and the new building at its current site.

She is survived by her sister-in-law, Gertrude Byard of Portland, Maine; nephew, Richard Byard, and wife Lucile of Auburn, Maine; niece, Laura Schofield and husband Thomas of Weston, Massachusetts; great-nieces, Jillian Merrill and husband Jason and their daughter Eliza Marie of Auburn, Maine and Meredith Byard and fiance Nicholas Ivers of Minot, Maine.

Mrs. Inman was preceded in death by her beloved husband, Geoffrey S. Inman, her brother, George W. Byard, and her parents.

Mrs. Inman's family is grateful for the caring devotion of her friend and caregiver, Beverly Smith and husband Kenneth of Hobe Sound, and the compassionate services of Treasure Coast Hospice.

SERVICES A memorial service with military honor guard will be held on Sunday, May 7, 2017 at 12 pm at the Hall-Bryan VFW Post 10132 (6101 Old Dixie Highway, Hobe Sound FL 33455).

Memorial contributions may be made to Hobe Sound Public Library, 10595 SE Federal Highway, Hobe Sound, FL 33455

Published in the TC Palm from Apr. 28 to Apr. 30, 2017

Family links:
Spouse:
Geoffrey Stobart Inman (1917 - 2010)*

*Calculated relationship

Burial:
Cremated, Location of ashes is unknown.
Specifically: Unknown

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Created by: Shirley Bybee
Record added: Apr 29, 2017
Find A Grave Memorial# 178860450 
BYARD, Mary Jane (I15417)
 
203 Birth: 
Apr. 18, 1932
Moline
Elk County
Kansas, USA
Death: 
Jan. 17, 2016
Sedan
Chautauqua County
Kansas, USA

Sarah Mae (Bryan) Byard, a long time resident of Moline, KS, went to be with her LORD on January 17, 2016 at the age of 83. Sarah had been a resident of the Howard Twilight Manor for 9 years and had just recently moved to the Pleasant Valley Nursing Center in Sedan, KS.

Sarah Mae was born at home on April 18, 1932 to John H. Bryan and Olive Lucretia (Miller) Bryan of Moline, KS. She was the fourth of five children.

Sarah was united in marriage to S.M. “Skeet” Byard on December 24, 1949 in Hopkinsville, KY, while they were visiting Skeet’s family in Clarksville, TN (SURPRISE!). To this union were born two sons: Mark E. Byard born February 22, 1951 and Mack E. Byard born May 17, 1953.

Skeet and Sarah Mae made their hone in Moline, KS, just east of Sarah’s parents and lived there until health problems required her to enter Howard Twilight Manor in Howard, KS.

Sarah was a homemaker and stayed very busy taking care of two very active boys. She taught the Kindergarten Sunday School class at the First Baptist Church of Moline for many years, where she became renown for her popcorn cakes that she would make in different colors for her students on their birthdays. Many still talk about this treat yet today. Needless to say, no one ever missed their birthday Sunday.

Sarah was known as “Mrs. Clean” around the home, vacuuming, dusting, and doing laundry every day, usually starting right after she got Skeet breakfast, made his lunch and off to work around 5 a.m., (even on the weekends). Sarah enjoyed cooking, mowing the grass, and gardening. She was a dedicated Christian and made sure her family was in church, and that they came to know the LORD early in life.

Sarah was preceded in death by her parents, her husband, her sister Goldie, and her three brothers, Norval, Vertus, and John J.

She is survived by her son Mark and his wife, Catherine, of Ponca City, OK, and their three daughters, Shannon, Johanna, and Laiken, and son Mack and his wife, Vera of Elk Falls, KS and their daughter Janet, of Severy, KS, and her four children, Hannah, Hunter, Tarik, and Jayde.
Mom we thank you for all your hard work and sacrifice you made for us during your life. We don’t say “Goodbye”, just “Until Later.”

Memorial Service will be held Saturday, January 30, 2016, 2:00 p.m. at Countryside Funeral Home, 206 E. Washington, Howard, KS, 67349. Family suggests memorials to either Harry Hynes Hospice or The Gideon’s International, and may be left with the funeral home.

Countryside Funeral Home is in charge of the arrangements.
 
 
Family links: 
 Parents:
  John H. Bryan (1888 - 1958)
  Olive Lucretia Miller Bryan (1901 - 1982)
 
 Spouse:
  S. M. Byard (1929 - 1999)
 
 Siblings:
  Goldie Maxine Bryan Farnsworth-Taylor (1920 - 2010)*
  Vertus Cleburn Bryan (1927 - 1998)*
  Sarah Mae Bryan Byard (1932 - 2016)
  John J. Bryan (1936 - 2005)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Moline Cemetery
Moline
Elk County
Kansas, USA
 
Created by: Forever Searching †
Record added: Jan 19, 2016
Find A Grave Memorial# 157243982 
BRYAN, Sarah Mae (I11699)
 
204 Birth: 
Dec. 19, 1907
Kansas, USA
Death: 
Jun. 2, 2005
Nebraska, USA

Chester "Chet" Byard, 97, Syracuse, formerly Lincoln, died Thursday (6/2/05). Born, Little River, Kan., on Dec. 19, 1907, to John Henry and Rosetta C. Byard. Worked for American Salt Co. prior to serving in the Air Force during World War II. Member: Christ United Methodist Church, Cornerstone Masonic Lodge 219 in Kansas; Past Commander, Bookkeeper/Secretary for the Syracuse American Legion; past Chef de Gare of the 40 & 8 in Otoe County; won the Admiral of the Nebraska Navy honor for his fund-raising efforts for the Boy Scouts. Worked for Lincoln Telephone Company for 25 years.

Survivors: sister, Ellen Bush, Coos Bay, Ore.; nieces; nephews; great-nieces; great-nephews. Preceded in death by wife, Betty Ann Byard; sisters, Lona Crowe, Eliza Crowe, Mary Newsom, Katherine Has, Minnie Martin; brothers, Caleb, Henry and Edward Byard.

Services: 10:30 a.m. Monday, Christ United Methodist Church. The Rev. Jay Vetter. Burial: 12:30 p.m. Monday, Park Hill Cemetery, Syracuse. Visitation: 10 a.m.-9 p.m. Sunday, Butherus, Maser & Love Funeral Home, 4040 A St. Memorials, in lieu of flowers, to the Linden View Care Center, Syracuse or the church.


Lincoln Journal Star (NE) - Saturday, June 4, 2005 
 
Family links: 
 Parents:
  John Henry Byard (1861 - 1936)
  Rosetta Salome Maurer Byard (1870 - 1945)
 
 Spouse:
  Betty Ann Whitehead Byard (1924 - 2005)*
 
 Siblings:
  Salona Ann Byard Crowl (1887 - 1960)*
  Eliza Elizabeth Byard Crowl (1890 - 1974)*
  Marie Byard Newsom (1892 - 1976)*
  Marie Byard Crowl (1892 - 1976)*
  Caleb T Byard (1894 - 1973)*
  John Henry Byard (1899 - 1974)*
  Katherine Cordelia Byard Hoss (1902 - 1968)*
  Minnie Mildred Byard Martin (1905 - 2002)*
  Chester Byard (1907 - 2005)
  Edward P Byard (1910 - 1991)*
  Ellen Lucille Byard Bush (1915 - 2012)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Park Hill Cemetery
Syracuse
Otoe County
Nebraska, USA
 
Created by: OmaHanke
Record added: Nov 19, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 61889029 
BYARD, Chester George (I10418)
 
205 Birth: 
Dec. 22, 1916
Missouri, USA
Death: 
Feb. 7, 2007
Inverness
Citrus County
Florida, USA

Lillian "Lucille'' Finney, 90, of Inverness, Fla., died Wednesday, Feb. 7, 2007, at her home.

She was born Dec. 22, 1916, in Sikeston, Mo., to Sterling and Odessa Byard.

She was a member of the First United Methodist Church, the Order of Eastern Star No. 177 in Iverness, Fla. and the Hickory Hills Homeowner's Association.

She moved to the Miami, Fla. area in 1980.

Survivors include two daughters, Beverley Finney and her husband, Doug Wiskow, of Iverness, Fla. and Barbara Reagan, of Lebanon; a stepson, Frank W. and his wife, Dorothy Finney, of Clarkston, Tenn.; two brothers, Barney and Buck Byard, both of Clarksville, Tenn.; two sisters, Helen Heflin and Janice Haynes, both of Clarksville, Tenn.; six grandchildren, Julie Ann Oller Brell, Elizabeth Whipple Kenna, Shannon Lynnley Whipple, Matthew T. Gargano, Pat and Jeff Finney; six great-grandchildren, Cody and Sydney Brell, Maycie Lynn Whipple Sabo, Matthew C. Gargano, Breanna and Cheyenne Kenna; and several nieces and nephews.

Services for Lillian "Lucille'' Finney were under the direction of Chas. E. Davis Funeral Home with Crematory in Inverness, Fla.  
 
Family links: 
 Parents:
  Sterling Byard (1895 - 1973)
  Odessa Morrison Byard (1895 - 1922)
 
 Spouse:
  William Russell Finney (1915 - 1987)*
 
 Siblings:
  Lillian "Lucille'' Byard Finney (1916 - 2007)
  Eunice May Byard Carpenter (1927 - 2005)**
  S. M. Byard (1929 - 1999)**
  Janice Colleen Byard Haynes (1933 - 2012)**
  Sterling Byard (1939 - 2005)**
  Billy Ray Byard (1944 - 2006)**
 
*Calculated relationship
**Half-sibling
 
Burial:
Cremated, Ashes given to family or friend.
 
Created by: Juanita Sloan Lowrance
Record added: Feb 16, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 17951356 
BYARD, Lillian Lucille (I14487)
 
206 Birth: 
Feb. 11, 1887
Wheeling
Ohio County
West Virginia, USA
Death: 
Mar., 1971
Weston
Lewis County
West Virginia, USA

Obit courtesy of Norma Sands 2015

Unidentified Newspaper, Mar. 8, 1971:
LOGSTON, Daniel, 84, Hundred, WV., died Monday at Weston State Hospital. He was born in Wheeling, Feb. 11, 1887, son of John William (sic, Wesley) and Adeline McLaughlin Logston. He was a member of the East View Church of Christ; Masonic Lodge A.F.& A.M., No. 131, Littleton. His wife, Ola Ellen Byard Logston, died in 1964. Surviving are a son, Harold, Hundred; two half-brothers, James and Loman Logston, both of Brink Haven, O. Friends may call at the Hunt Funeral Home, Hundred, after 4 p.m. Wednesday. Services there Thursday at 1 p.m. with the Rev. Sherman Davidson officiating. Interment in Shriver Cemetery, near Hundred. Masonic graveside rites. 
 
Family links: 
 Parents:
  John Wesley Logston (1859 - 1932)
 
 Spouse:
  Ora Ellen Byard Logston (1888 - 1964)*
 
 Siblings:
  William Lawrence Logston (1885 - 1968)*
  Daniel Logston (1887 - 1971)
  David Logston (1894 - 1963)*
  Myrtle Logston Elliott (1897 - 1968)*
  James Wesley Logston (1906 - 1972)*
  Lohman Spencer Logston (1908 - 1994)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Shriver Cemetery
Wetzel County
West Virginia, USA
 
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Originally Created by: GLENDA EISENHOUR
Record added: Nov 05, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 79908071 
LOGSTON, Daniel (I13675)
 
207 Birth: 
Feb. 3, 1882
Rice County
Kansas, USA
Death: 
Jun. 17, 1955
Lyons
Rice County
Kansas, USA

LYONS — John D. Crowl, a resident of the Mitchell community, died at 1 a.m. Friday at the Lyons Hospital. He was born near here on Feb. 3, 1882.
A retired farmer, he was a member of the Masonic Lodge.
Surviving are his widow, Lona; a daughter, Mrs. Ralph Rogers, San Diego, Calif.; three sons, Elmer, Wichita; Merton, Susank, and Howard, Lyons; two brothers, A. G. and E. S., Lyons, and six grandchildren.
Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Monday at the Crawford Miller Chapel with Rev. A. M. Loy officiating. Burial will be in the Lyons Cemetery.

from The Hutchinson News
Saturday, 18 June 1955 
 
Family links: 
 Parents:
  John Franklin Crowl (1858 - 1929)
  Nellie M Sutton Crowl (1862 - 1928)
 
 Spouse:
  Salona Ann Byard Crowl (1887 - 1960)*
 
 Children:
  Elmer H Crowl (1909 - 1971)*
  J Howard Crowl (1912 - 1983)*
 
 Siblings:
  John Daniel Crowl (1882 - 1955)
  Nelson Michael Crowl (1884 - 1943)*
  Lester Dale Crowl (1890 - 1937)*
  B. Frank Crowl (1892 - 1952)*
  Archie Grover Crowl (1894 - 1970)*
  Ernest Stanley Crowl (1895 - ____)*
  Bessie Crowl (1901 - 1901)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Lyons Municipal Cemetery
Lyons
Rice County
Kansas, USA
 
Created by: Diane Smith Battershell
Record added: Dec 13, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 81933337 
CROWL, John Daniel (I9218)
 
208 Birth: 
Jun. 2, 1890
Crawford County
Kansas, USA
Death: 
Jun. 27, 1974
Little River
Rice County
Kansas, USA

LITTLE RIVER - Mrs. Liza E. Crowl, 84, died Thursday at Sandstone Heights Rest Home. Born June 2, 1890, in Crawford
County, she was married to Nelson Crowl, Aug. 31, 1910, at Little River. He died in 1943. She lived here since 1945.
She was a member of United Methodist Church; Eastern Star.
Survivors are brothers: Ed Byard, Lyons; Chester Byard, Lincoln, Neb.; sisters: Mrs. Waldo Martin, Lyons; Mrs. Marie Newson, Guymon, Okla.; Mrs. Ellen Bush, Reseda, Calif.; three grandchildren; six great-grandchildren.
Funeral will be 10:30 a.m. Monday at Crawford-Miller Mortuary, Lyons; Rev. Jack Calloway. Burial will be in Lyons Municipal Cemetery, Lyons. Friends may call 1 p.m. to 9 p.m. Sunday at the mortuary.

from The Hutchinson News, Hutchinson, KS
Saturday, 29 June 1974 
 
Family links: 
 Parents:
  John Henry Byard (1861 - 1936)
  Rosetta Salome Maurer Byard (1870 - 1945)
 
 Spouse:
  Nelson Michael Crowl (1884 - 1943)
 
 Children:
  Nelson Wayne Crowl (1913 - 1971)*
 
 Siblings:
  Salona Ann Byard Crowl (1887 - 1960)*
  Eliza Elizabeth Byard Crowl (1890 - 1974)
  Marie Byard Newsom (1892 - 1976)*
  Marie Byard Crowl (1892 - 1976)*
  Caleb T Byard (1894 - 1973)*
  John Henry Byard (1899 - 1974)*
  Katherine Cordelia Byard Hoss (1902 - 1968)*
  Minnie Mildred Byard Martin (1905 - 2002)*
  Chester Byard (1907 - 2005)*
  Edward P Byard (1910 - 1991)*
  Ellen Lucille Byard Bush (1915 - 2012)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Lyons Municipal Cemetery
Lyons
Rice County
Kansas, USA
 
Created by: Diane Smith Battershell
Record added: Dec 13, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 81932137 
BYARD, Eliza Elizabeth (I10782)
 
209 Birth: 
Mar. 11, 1927
Montgomery County
Tennessee, USA
Death: 
Dec. 10, 2005
Clarksville
Montgomery County
Tennessee, USA


Eunice Mae Byard Carpenter, 78, Clarksville, died Saturday, Dec. 10, 2005, at her residence.

The funeral will be held at 5 p.m. today at McReynolds-Nave and Larson Chapel with Rev. David Mackens officiating.

Visitation will be from 4 p.m. until the hour of service today at McReynolds-Nave and Larson Chapel. The remains are to be cremated.

McReynolds-Nave & Larson Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.

She was born March 11, 1927 in Montgomery County, daughter of Sterling Byard Sr. and Carria Suiter Byard. She was preceded in death be her parents; her brothers, Sterling Byard Jr. and S.M. Byard; and a granddaughter, Carria Kirkland. She was the widow of John Carpenter.

Mrs. Carpenter was a homemaker and a member of Memorial Baptist Church.

Survivors include her son, Bobby Kirkland (Jan), Union City, TN; daughters, Mary Lou Proctor and Patricia Poole (Keith), both of Clarksville; brothers, Barney Byard, A.B. Byard and Billy Byard, all of Clarksville; sisters, Helen Heflin and Janice Haynes, both of Clarksville; seven grandchildren and fourteen great-grandchildren; several nieces and nephews.

Memorial contributions may be made to Ajax Senior Citizen Daycare, 953 Clark St, Clarksville, TN, 37040 or Gateway Hospice, 1771 Madison St, Clarksville, TN, 37043.

Eunice passed from this life 10DEC05 at about 2:30 PM. Her body was cremated and the ashes will be interred at Keesee Cemetery. 
 
Family links: 
 Parents:
  Sterling Byard (1895 - 1973)
  Carria Lee Suiter Byard (1901 - 1982)
 
 Spouses:
  John Mack Kirkland (1913 - 1981)
  John W Carpenter (1909 - 1992)
  Herman Kirkland (1919 - 2007)
 
 Siblings:
  Lillian "Lucille'' Byard Finney (1916 - 2007)**
  Eunice May Byard Carpenter (1927 - 2005)
  S. M. Byard (1929 - 1999)*
  Janice Colleen Byard Haynes (1933 - 2012)*
  Sterling Byard (1939 - 2005)*
  Billy Ray Byard (1944 - 2006)*
 
*Calculated relationship
**Half-sibling
 
Burial:
Keesee Cemetery
Montgomery County
Tennessee, USA
Plot: Cremated
 
Created by: Kristin Hunt
Record added: Jun 25, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 112849550 
BYARD, Eunice May (I11663)
 
210 Birth: 
Sep. 18, 1892
Death: 
Jul. 31, 1976

Marie married Clifford Collie Crowl and they had 1 son named Leonard G. Crowl. Clifford and Marie were living in Lyons in 1930 and he died in May 1937 ( U.S., Social Security Applications and Claims Index, 1936-2007). By 1940, Marie was married to Eli J. Newsom and they were residing in Clovis, New Mexico.

Clifford Collie Crowl (burial location unknown) was a son of John Franklin and Nellie Sutton Crowl of Lyons.

****

Marie's full name: Marie Byard Crowl Newson 
 
Family links: 
 Parents:
  John Henry Byard (1861 - 1936)
  Rosetta Salome Maurer Byard (1870 - 1945)
 
 Siblings:
  Salona Ann Byard Crowl (1887 - 1960)*
  Eliza Elizabeth Byard Crowl (1890 - 1974)*
  Marie Byard Newsom (1892 - 1976)*
  Marie Byard Crowl (1892 - 1976)
  Caleb T Byard (1894 - 1973)*
  John Henry Byard (1899 - 1974)*
  Katherine Cordelia Byard Hoss (1902 - 1968)*
  Minnie Mildred Byard Martin (1905 - 2002)*
  Chester Byard (1907 - 2005)*
  Edward P Byard (1910 - 1991)*
  Ellen Lucille Byard Bush (1915 - 2012)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Bean Cemetery
Little River
Rice County
Kansas, USA
 
Created by: Cathy Kessinger
Record added: May 31, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 37760807
 
BYARD, Marie Margrit (I10783)
 
211 Birth: 
Sep. 30, 1887
Oklahoma, USA
Death: 
Nov. 21, 1960
Lyons
Rice County
Kansas, USA

LYONS - Mrs. Lona A. Crowl, 73. died at 10:15 a.m. Monday at Rice County District Hospital after an illness of six days.
She was born Sept. 30, 1887, in Oklahoma, and married John D Crowl Oct. 3, 1906, at Lyons. They lived most of their lives at Lyons. He died in 1955.
She was a member of the Seventh Day Adventist Church.
Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Ruth Vonderau of San Diego, Calif.; three sons, Howard of Lyons, Elmer H. of Hutchinson and Merlon D. of Pitman, Nev.; four brothers, Cale Byard of Little River, Chester of Syracuse, Henry and Ed of Lyons; five sisters, Mrs. Eliza Crowl of Little River, Mrs. Mary Newsom of Guymon, Okla., Mrs. Kathryn Hoss of Hutchinson, Mrs. Minnie Martin of rural Lyons, and Mrs. Ellen Bush of Englewood, Calif.; six grandchildren and two greatgrandchildren.
Funeral will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Crawford-Miller Mortuary in Lyons, Rev. William Miller officiating, with burial in Lyons cemetery.

from The Hutchinson News
Tuesday, Nov 22, 1960 
 
Family links: 
 Parents:
  John Henry Byard (1861 - 1936)
  Rosetta Salome Maurer Byard (1870 - 1945)
 
 Spouse:
  John Daniel Crowl (1882 - 1955)
 
 Children:
  Elmer H Crowl (1909 - 1971)*
  J Howard Crowl (1912 - 1983)*
 
 Siblings:
  Salona Ann Byard Crowl (1887 - 1960)
  Eliza Elizabeth Byard Crowl (1890 - 1974)*
  Marie Byard Newsom (1892 - 1976)*
  Marie Byard Crowl (1892 - 1976)*
  Caleb T Byard (1894 - 1973)*
  John Henry Byard (1899 - 1974)*
  Katherine Cordelia Byard Hoss (1902 - 1968)*
  Minnie Mildred Byard Martin (1905 - 2002)*
  Chester Byard (1907 - 2005)*
  Edward P Byard (1910 - 1991)*
  Ellen Lucille Byard Bush (1915 - 2012)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Lyons Municipal Cemetery
Lyons
Rice County
Kansas, USA
 
Created by: Diane Smith Battershell
Record added: Dec 13, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 81933371 
BYARD, Salome Ann (I10779)
 
212 Bobby Frank Byard, 72, of Denton died Monday, Dec. 27, 2004, at North Hills Hospital in North Richland Hills.

He was born Aug. 1, 1932, in Mangum, Okla., to Georgia Byard.

He was an electronics engineer for Texas Instruments for 33 years and retired in 1990. He was a veteran of the U.S. Air Force.

A memorial service will be at 10 a.m. Friday, Dec. 31, at Cole Chapel at First United Methodist Church. The Rev. Margie Steele will officiate. Burial will be at a later date at Dallas/Fort Worth National Cemetery in Dallas.

Survivors include his daughter, Debbie Ann Byard of Denton; three sons, Rusty Byard and Steve Byard, both of Biloxi, Miss., and Ronnie Byard of Mesquite; and two brothers, Steve Lewis of Oklahoma City, Okla., and Ray Long of Seagoville.

Goen-Hudgens Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. 
BYARD, Bobby Frank (I12771)
 
213 Bonnie Jean Byard, age 75, of Greenbrier, passed away Thursday, May 19, 2016 at Christian Care Center in Springfield.
Funeral services were held Sunday, May 22, 2016 at 2pm in the chapel of the Austin & Bell Funeral Home in Springfield with Brother Alvin Krantz officiating.
Burial followed in the Hopewell Cemetery with Dakota Powell, Korey Byard, William Byard, Cody Baker, Henry Byard, Jr. and Jeramine Gutierrez serving as pallbearers. Visitation was held at the funeral home on Sunday from Noon until the hour of service at 2pm.

Mrs. Byard was born November 2, 1940 in Los Angeles, CA to the late William and Olive Eckland Sherman. She worked as a clerk and was a member of the Christ Worship Center.

In addition to her parents Mrs. Byard is preceded in death by
her husband, Henry Thomas Byard, Sr.;
her step-daughter, Paula Lindquist; and
her brother, William Sherman.
She is survived by
her sons, William (Debbie) Lindquist and
Theodore Lindquist, both of Hemet, CA, and
Michael Lindquist of San Bernadino, CA;
step-sons, Henry T. Byard of Bowling Green, KY,
William (Pamela) Byard of Greenbrier and
Daniel (Shortie) Byard of Springfield;
daughter, Rebecca Byard of Greenbrier;
step-daughters, Debbie Graham and
Brenda (Luke) Fritz, both of Springfield;
brother, Timothy (Rose) Sherman of River Side, CA;
sister, Lynda (David) Shelton of IL;
36 grandchildren; and
15 great-grandchildren.

Austin & Bell Funeral Home in Springfield was in charge of these arrangements.

© 2016 The Robertson County Connection 
SHERMAN, Bonnie Jean (I11082)
 
214 Boonville Dateline - Robert G. Byard, 75, passed away Friday, July 13, 2007 at the St. Mary's Medical Center in Evansville IN.

Bob was of the Methodist faith. His favorite pastime was working jigsaw puzzles. Bob was a United States Army Veteran and served in Korea. He was a life member of the V.F.W. Post 3418 of Boonville and the American Legion Post 200 of Boonville. He was a member of the Newburgh Masonic Lodge and Scottish Rite. He formerly belonged to the shrine. Bob retired from Whirlpool Corporation in 1992.

Surviving Bob are his caregiver and companion of 28 years, Lois Dixon and her children, Dan and Roger Emmons, Kris Stutsman and Kelly Mitchell; four grandchildren, Cody Franz, Tanner Mitchell, Chase and Madison Stutsman; two nieces, Pam Gross and Tami Norris and two nephews, Steve Byard and Richard Byard.

Bob was preceded in death by his parents, George and Ivy Byard and his brother, Earl K. Byard. Visitation will be held from 9 am to 10 am, Monday, July 16, 2007 at Bradley's Colonial Chapel in Boonville with graveside services to follow at the Blue Grass Cemetery in McCutchanville. The Warrick County Veterans Memorial Services will conduct military graveside rites. Rev. Leon Hatchett will officiate. Condolences may be sent to the family online at www.bradleyscolonialchapel.com. 
BYARD, Robert G. (I12815)
 
215 Born In: Guysborough, Nova Scotia, Canada
Passed on: October 4th, 2015

We, the family, are heartbroken to announce the sudden death of our beloved son, husband, brother, uncle, great uncle and nephew Walter Byard, 59 on Sunday, Oct. 4, 2015.

He was born in Guysborough, and lived in Sydney.

Walter is survived by
his loving wife, Kim Byard;
father, Owen Byard;
brothers, Ray (Brenda),
Owen Jr. (Berta),
Doug (Linda),
Alan (Lisa),
Clare (Valerie);
sisters, Gail Borden
and Janice Byard (Norman);
several nieces and nephews, two great-nephews and one great-niece, as well as several aunts and uncles.

Walter was predeceased by his mother, Gussie, also several aunts and uncles.

The family extends sincere thanks to the dialysis unit and nurses at the Cape Breton Regional Hospital.

Cremation has taken place. The family will be receiving visitors on Thursday, Oct. 8, 2015, from 4-9 p.m. at the Sunnyville United Baptist Church.
A funeral service will take place on Friday, Oct. 9, 2015, at 2 p.m. with Pastor Clara Jordon to officiate. Burial to take place at Evergreen Cemetery.
Memorials in memory of Walter may be made to the Kidney Foundation or charity of choice. 
BYARD, Walter (I5563)
 
216 Born In: Truro, Nova Scotia, Canada
Born: May 20th, 1925
Passed in: Truro, Nova Scotia, Canada
Passed on: December 14th, 2011

BYARD, Norma Beatrice – 86, Truro, passed away suddenly, as a result of heart complications, on Wednesday, December 14, 2011, at Colchester Regional Hospital, Truro.

Born May 20, 1925, in Truro, she was a daughter of the late Charles and Muriel (Clyke) Sheppard.
Norma was a long-time member of Zion United Baptist Church, where she sang in the choir for many years. She enjoyed attending functions at Good Neighbours Club and was a regular blood donor. Above all, she was devoted to her family and friends and cherished all the special times they had together.

Norma is survived by her children,
Ingram “Butch” (Marion) Byard,
Nova Byard (Steve Stunell),
Belinda (Tom) Bennicke,
Kim Byard,
Mary Byard,
Freeman (Cheryl) Byard,
Percy Byard;
several grandchildren, great grandchildren, nieces and nephews.

Along with her parents, she was predeceased by her
husband, Leonard Byard;
son, Leonard Byard;
daughter, Norma Jane Clyke;
sister, Mary Sheppard.

Arrangements have been entrusted to Mattatall ~ Varner Funeral Home, 55 Young Street, Truro, where Norma’s family will receive friends from 2-4, 7-9 p.m., today, Friday, December 16, 2011.
Funeral service will be held 2 p.m., Saturday, December 17, 2011, in Zion United Baptist Church, 454 Prince Street, Truro, Pastor Brian Johnston officiating.
Repast will follow.
Spring interment in Robie Street Cemetery.
Flowers or donations in Norma’s memory to Zion United Baptist Church (Memorial Fund) are welcomed.
Private messages of condolence may be sent to the family by visiting the “Guest Book” at: www.mattatallvarnerfh.com 
CLYKE, Norma Beatrice (I11322)
 
217 BRIGHTON, Colo. -- Agatha V. Pihl, of Brighton, passed into eternal rest on July 20, 2011, at age 75. "Aggie" was born in Lyons, Kan., on April 6, 1936, to Henry and Clara Byard. While attending business school in Hutchinson, Kan., she met her beloved husband of 33 years, Bill Gacke, on a blind date. Aggie and Bill moved around the country following Bill's Navy career. In 1966, they adopted a baby girl, Colette, their only child. The Gacke family resided in Dallas at the time of Bill's death in 1987. Aggie returned to Hutchinson in 1992, where she met her surviving spouse, Ralph E. Pihl. Aggie and Ralph resided in Salina, Kan., Houston and, finally, Brighton. Aggie was never afraid to try new things, including a career as a buyer for the Navy, a wallpaper hanger, interior decorator and world traveler. Her love of animals, especially her cats, was well known to all her friends. Aggie had a simple, trusting faith in God that she found in her travels and relationships. She was preceded in death by her parents and her brothers, Donald and Howard Byard.
Survivors include her husband, Ralph Pihl; daughter, son-in-law and grandson, Colette, Fred and Philip Apffel, of Houston; her sisters-in-law, Dorothy Byard, of Lyons, and Carol Byard, of Knoxville, Tenn.; nephew, Dennis Byard and family, of Hutchinson; niece, Sherry Myers and family, of Salina; nieces, Sandra Hubbard and Pam Thomas, of Knoxville; two nephews, Tony Byard, of Loudon, Tenn., and Chad Byard, of New Orleans; several great-nieces and -nephews; and many relatives and friends who will greatly miss her.
Graveside services will be at 2 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 24, at Lyons Municipal Cemetery, Lyons. Immediately after the service, her family will greet friends at Birzer Funeral Home, 214 W. Ave. S, Lyons, for a time of visiting. 
BYARD, Agatha Virginia (I11543)
 
218 Brit Sub BYARD, Frederick Charles (I658)
 
219 Buried at Holbrook aged 52 BYARD, John (I1270)
 
220 Buried at Old Brampton Church aged 2 BYARD, Tom Lewis (I1142)
 
221 Buried at Wirksworth aged 2 BYARD, Arthur (I1905)
 
222 Buried at Wirksworth, aged 13 weeks BYARD, Frank (I1256)
 
223 Buxton - Barclay "Sonny" L. Byard age 83 of Myrtle Lane died Friday, June 19th at the Gorham House in Gorham. He was born in Haverhill, MA July 30, 1925 the son of Lloyd and Gladys Byard.
Sonny was an Air Force Veteran retiring as a Technical Sergeant.
Surviving is his wife Mildred Byard of Buxton is a stepdaughter Shirley Alexander and
Her husband David of Standish, step grandsons and their wives Danny and Mary, Andy and Tonya. Step great-grandchildren, Jacob, Brady, Amelia and Gavin Alexander. A sister
Marilyn Reuter of Florida. Also survived by several nieces and nephews and many friends.
At Sonny's request private services will be held. Arrangements are by Stetson's Funeral Home 12 Federal St. Brunswick. 
BYARD, Barclay Lloyd (I10586)
 
224 By Phil Anderson

A Waterville man was killed early Sunday in a one-vehicle crash north of Manhattan in Pottawatomie County, authorities said.

The victim was identified as Jeremiah Byard, 22.

According to the Kansas Highway Patrol, the crash occurred about 12:25 a.m.

The patrol said Byard was driving a 2002 Ford pickup truck north on K-13 highway when it drifted left of center.

Byard then over-corrected and the truck entered the east ditch, the patrol said. The truck rolled onto the driver’s side, ejecting Byard from the vehicle.

The patrol said Byard wasn’t wearing a seat belt. 
BYARD, Jeremiah (I10440)
 
225 BYARD , Lois Jean On June 18, 2012,
Lois Jean Byard (nee Hanzlik) Devoted wife of William Byard.
Beloved mother of Carrie, William Jr., and Robert Byard. Loving "GrandMa" of Kirsten, Amber, and Courtney.
Dear sister of Jerry, Bob, and Richard Rothenhaufer, Betty Lou French, and Brian Hanzlik.

Relatives and friends are invited to call the Connelly Funeral Home of Essex, 300 Mace Ave., on Wednesday and Thursday 3-5, 7-9 PM. Where services will be held on Friday at 10 AM. Interment at Holly Hill cemetery.

Published in Baltimore Sun on June 19, 2012  
HANZLIK, Lois Jean (I9878)
 
226 BYARD , Rella Mary On July 24, 2011, Rella Mary Byard (NEE Roy) , beloved wife of the late John Robert Byard; devoted mother of Mary P. Mohr, Charles J. Byard, Dorothy A. Fazeli and William L. Byard; loving grandmother of Carrie, William, Robert, Chad and Adam Byard, Jeffery Fazeli, Michelle and Jason Mohr. Also survived by seven great-grand children.
Funeral from the family owned Bruzdzinski Funeral Home P.A., 1407 Old Eastern Avenue, Essex at Route 702 (Beltway exit 36), on Thursday at 8:30 AM. Mass of Christian Burial in St. Clare Church at 9 AM. Intombment Holly Hill Memorial Gardens. Visitation on Wednesday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 PM.
www.bruzdzinski.com
Published in Baltimore Sun on July 26, 2011
 
ROY, Rella Mary (I12120)
 
227 BYARD -Herman Eugene Byard, 48, loving husband, father, son, and friend, passed away peacefully August 26, 2003.

He was born April 13, 1955 in Oneida, Arkansas to Herman
Edward and Oneida (Miller) Byard.

Herman served in the US Air Force for 4 years. He was an active member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, also a member of the San Gabriel Valley Wood carvers guild. He was a good man with a kind heart, and will never be forgotten.

He is survived by
his loving wife, Susan;
2 sons, James Edward and
Alan Eugene Byard;
his parents, Herman and Oneida Byard;
mother-in-law, Marie Marcus;
his sister, Patricia (Steven) Schaetzel.

Funeral services will be Saturday, August 30, 2003 at 11:00am held at Chapel of Remembrance Funeral Home. Viewing will be 9am until service time. Interment, Live Oak Cemetery. Condolences may be e-mailed to www.ourfuneralservices.com

Published in Pasadena Star-News from Aug. 29 to Aug. 30, 2003 
BYARD, Herman Eugene (I10452)
 
228 Byard Farm, Overdale Family F2836
 
229 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I12694)
 
230 BYARD, ANDREW H., 60, of Bonita Springs, died Friday. Arrangements by Harvey-Engelhardt-Metz Funeral Home and Crematory, Ft. Myers.

Worrying if he was buried 4 months before he died! 
BYARD, Andrew Hunt (I11575)
 
231 BYARD, Evelyn McCune, died in her home early on the morning of March 31, 2005 in Montgomery, Alabama.

Evelyn was a long time member of First Baptist Church.

She was born on March 29, 1927 in Gi-rard, Alabama then moved to Co-lumbus, Georgia where she grew up and married William E. Byard, Jr. on September 9, 1945.

Evelyn was preceded in death by her parents, Will H. and Mable McCune and her sisters, Frances Dykes and Lucille Richards.

Evelyn is survived by
her husband, William E. Byard, Jr.;
brothers, James H. McCune of Thomaston, Georgia,
William T. McCune and his wife Bea McCune of Columbus, Georgia.
Her chil-dren, Rodney W. Byard and wife Rebecca Page Byard of Montgom-ery, Alabama,
Kenneth W. Byard and wife Laura Deavours Byard of Grantville, Georgia, and
Janice Byard Lott and husband Alan Lott of Birmingham.

Evelyn was lovingly referred to as (Evie÷ and (Mimi÷ by her grandchildren Leslie Anne Byard Benner and husband Mi-chael Benner of Atlanta, Georgia; Philip William Byard of Atlanta, Georgia, Mary Evelyn Lott, Allyson Lynn Lott, and Ann Douglas Lott of Birmingham. She is also survived by several nieces and nephews.

Services will be held on Saturday, April 2, 2005 at 2:00 p.m. in the main sanctuary of First Baptist Church. Visitation will be held one hour pri-or. Pallbearers will be: Dr. David Morris, Wayland Nobles, James B. Baldwin, Charles E. Lynn, Dr. M.P. Harrison, Dr. Alva G. Parks, Dr. Chester Jernigan, Lt. Col. William Hugh Naftel, Henry W. Steindorff, Jr., Burton Martin, Doyle Powell, Jerry Britton, Norman Vowell, Lt. Col. Cur-tis Beazley and Dr. W.E. Truett. In lieu of flowers the family has re-quested that memorials be made to: First Baptist Church Caring Cen-ter, OR: First Baptist Church Founda-tion. Leak-Memory Chapel Directing


Published in the Montgomery Advertiser on Apr. 1, 2005 -  
MCCUNE, Evelyn Irene (I9619)
 
232 BYARD, JESSE JAMES, 84, of Tarpon Springs, died Saturday (April 19, 1997) at home. He was born in Clarksville, Tenn., and came here in 1979 from Flushing, Mich. He retired as a manufacturing supervisor for General Motors. He was a member of Fellowship Lodge 490 F&AM, Flint, Mich., and Scottish Rite Valley of Detroit. Survivors include his wife, Lorraine; two sons, Aaron, Palm Harbor, and James L., Marco Island; two daughters, Phyllis Adams, Las Vegas, and Paula Byard, Hudson; a brother, William, Osprey; four sisters, Irene Gilmore, McAllen, Texas, Lillian Avery, San Ysidro, Calif., Grace Keller, Hollywood, Calif., and Wilma Hunt, Mount Clemens, Mich.; 13 grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren. Vinson Funeral Home, Tarpon Springs.

Family links:
Parents:
Richard Lee Byard (1886 - 1969)
Mattie Belle Martin Byard Moor (1892 - 1961)

Children:
James Lee Byard (1934 - 2005)* 
BYARD, Jesse James (I11685)
 
233 BYARD, John Carter 75, of Clearwater, passed away Aug. 6, 2010.
He was a devoted husband, father, grandfather and great-grand-father.
John was born to Carter and Margaret Byard in 1935.
He is preceded in death by a
son, Carter and
sister, Alyce Martin.
He is survived by
his wife, the love of his life for 56 years, Patty McIe;
a daughter, Brenda Monroe (Mark);
a son, John (Nancy);
a daughter, Lisa Davis (Curt);
grandchildren, Bridgette (Mark), Benjamin, Kelly, Weston, Brooke, Afton, Aubri;
and great-grandson Ethan.

John grew up in WV and attended WVU where he was a music major playing saxophone, trumpet and clarinet in dance bands. He was employed by the Veterans Administration as the Chief of Canteen Service for 35 years serving in 10 cities and ending his career at the Washington, DC Central Office. He was an avid golfer and bowler and loved singing gospel music. He retired to Florida in 1990 to care for his mother and quickly became an active participant in activities of the Bay Aristocrat Village community. He will be dearly missed by his family and his humor will be missed by all who knew him. A celebration of his life will be held at BAV in the fall. 
BYARD, John Carter (I10092)
 
234 BYARD, Juanita, 75 of Amsterdam, Ohio, passed away Sunday, Dec. 12, 2010, at Sienna Woods Nursing Home, Wintersville.

Juanita was born Sept. 1, 1935, in Calhoun County, WV, a daughter of the late Gertie and Delphia Cottrel Parsons.

In addition to her parents she was preceded in death by a brother, Eugene Parsons and two sisters, Masel Clevenger and Naomi Porter.

She was a business owner with her husband owning a restaurant, bar and car lots. She was involved with the Amstersdam VFW, Alliance Order of the Eastern Star Chapter 296 and was Protestant by faith.

Juanita is survived by her daughter, Lynn Talkington of Bergholz, OH; a son, Bruce Byard of Amsterdam, OH; three grand children, Chester "C.R." Byard, Ashley Kinney, and Kinsey Shay Talkington; one great-grandchild, Gracey Kay.

Friends may call at the Everhart-Bove Funeral Home, 285 Second St., Bergholz on Wednesday from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Funeral services will be at the funeral home Thursday at 12 noon with Reverend Dave Miller officiating. Burial will follow at Bergholz cemetery.

Send condolences online at www.everhart-bovefuneralhomes.com.
 
PARSONS, Juanita (I12414)
 
235 Byard, Lydia Marie SAN DIEGO -- Born: January 22, 1924 in Passaic, New Jersey. Passed on: February 19, 2014 in La Jolla, California

A Visitation will be held Tuesday, February 25th, 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm; Funeral Service on Wednesday, February 26th, 11:00 am at Greenwood Memorial Park and Mortuary in the Chapel of the Last Supper 4300 Imperial Avenue San Diego, California

Two Smiling Eyes
Two smiling eyes are sleeping,
Two busy hands are still.
The one we love so deeply
Is resting at God's will.
May she always walk in sunshine,
God's love around her glow.
For all the happiness she gave us,
Only a few will ever know.
It broke our hearts to lose her
But she did not go alone.
For part of us went with her
The day God called her home. 
LATONA, Lydia Marie (I11030)
 
236 BYARD, May Elizabeth Walrath, widow of Clarence C. Byard, of Spring Hill, Fla., passed away Wednesday, August 15, 2007.
She was born February 13, 1918, in Bolivar, Pa. She lived in Tracy, Calif., for 39 years prior to moving to Florida in 2003.
A U.S. Army wife, she had lived in Hopewell, Va., Japan and Germany. She was a past grand royal matron of California, Order of Amaranth, and past worthy matron of Eastern Star, of which she was a 50 year member. She had also served in various offices in White Shrine of Jerusalem.

She is survived by
daughters, Eileen M. Grady of Spring Hill, Fla., and
Carolyn J. Pearce of Carson City, Nev.;
a son, Clarence N. Byard, of Tracy, Calif.;
seven grandchildren,
17 great-grandchildren and
two great-great-grandchildren.

A memorial service will take place Saturday, August 25, 2007, at Crown Pointe in Spring Hill, Fla. Brewer & Sons (352) 688-4994 View Obituary at www.brewerfuneral.com
Published in the Tampa Bay Times on Aug. 23, 2007
 
WALRATH, May Elizabeth (I12115)
 
237 BYARD, MINNIE M. BUSH
Crossed over on Friday, April 14, 2006.
Beloved wife of the late Walter E. Byard; sister of Maurice Bush (Mary) and Jean Bush Davis (Henry Hester). She was preceded in death by brothers, Francis and Elbert Rip Bush, Jr.; and nephew, Kevin Bush. She also leaves to mourn her nieces, Terri Davis, Aletha Robinson and Susan Stevenson; great-niece, Ayanna Robinson; nephew, Elbert Bush, III; great-nephews, Anthony Davis and Francis Stevenson; a host of other relatives and friends. Friends and family are invited to attend visitation at JOHN T. RHINES FUNERAL HOME, 3015 12th St., N.E. on Saturday, April 22 from 9 a.m. until funeral services commences at 11 a.m. Interment Arlington National Cemetery, Friday, May 5, 2006 at 3 p.m.
Published in The Washington Post on Apr. 21, 2006
 
BUSH, Minnie (I8561)
 
238 BYARD, MR. WILLIAM F. Muskegon Mr. William F. Byard, age 83, passed away peacefully on November 15, 2013 at the Harbor Hospice Poppen Residence.

Born Easter Sunday, April 20, 1930 to William H. and Elsie M. (Jones) Byard in Manistique, MI.
He was a self-employed logger and lumberjack.
William is survived by his children,
Bobbette Byard of Muskegon,
Kathleen Mitcham of Iowa,
Cynthia (David) Dill of Twin Lake and
Joy (Ben) Davis of White Cloud;
eight grandchildren;
fourteen great-grandchildren;
best friends, Art and Al McCastle, Bill Vanderstelt;
his cat and best buddy, "Tank".

He was preceded in death by his brother Cletus; parents; wife, Wilma M. (Axford); daughter, Donna.

In accordance with his wishes cremation has taken place. A Memorial Service will be held on Sunday, November 24, 2013 at 4:00 PM at Shoreline Community Church, 1050 W. Western Ave. in Muskegon with Pastor Jerry Collins officiating. Visitation will be held one hour prior to the service time from 3 PM to 4 PM at the church. Interment at Lake Forest Cemetery. Memorial contributions can be made to the Harbor Hospice Poppen Residence. The family wishes to thank all who cared for him at the Poppen Residence. - See more at: http://obits.mlive.com/obituaries/muskegon/obituary.aspx?n=William-Byard&pid=168072976#sthash.PAA3xXR1.dpuf 
BYARD, William Franklin (I14962)
 
239 BYARD, Portia Alma 86 of Wellesley, Saturday, August 13, 2011. Dear mother of John and Thomas Byard.

Beloved sister of Cortland Dugger and Ione Dugger Vargus.

She is survived by several cousins, a host of nephews, grand nephews, nieces and grand nieces. Memorial service Friday 11 AM at Shiloh Baptist Church, 1 Holton and Bower, Medford, MA 02155. To send a sympathy message to the family pleasevisit davisfuneralhomeboston.com


Published in The Boston Globe on Aug. 18, 2011
 
DUGGER, Portia Alma (I11314)
 
240 BYARD, REX B., 88, of Spring Hill, died Wednesday (Jan. 29, 2003) in Spring Hill. Born in Fairmont, W.Va., he came here 25 years ago from Hyattsville, Md. He retired from the Department of Corrections, Washington, D.C., and achieved the rank of captain. He was an Army veteran of World War II. He was a Protestant and a member of Church of Christ. Survivors include, Rexanne Boese, Plantation; two grandsons; and a great-granddaughter. Brewer & Sons Funeral Homes and Cremation Services, Spring Hill. BYARD, Rex Bennett (I10555)
 
241 BYARD, William Earl, Jr., died Sunday, June 1, 2014.
Born January 5, 1924, in Columbus, GA., to Ethel Mae Cotton and William Earl Byard, Sr., he graduated Jordan Vocational High School in June of 1941, and became a member of the Army Air Corps on April 5, 1943. He participated in 21 combat missions over Continental Europe as a Radio Operator on a B-17 from the 8th Air Force Base in Kimbolton, England, and then entered the service of the Central of Georgia Railroad in June of 1945. He was united in marriage to Evelyn Irene McCune on September 9, 1945, and retired from Gulf, Mobile & Ohio Railroad (GM&O) in 1985 as Division Freight Traffic Manager. Preceded in death by his parents and wife, he is survived by his children, Rodney William (Rebecca) Byard, Kenneth Wayne (Laura) Byard, & Janice Lynn Byard (Alan) Lott; grandchildren, Leslie Anne (Michael) Benner, Philip William (Marisa) Byard, Morgan McCune Byard, Tilghman Jackson Byard, Mary Evelyn Lott, Allyson Lynn Lott, & Ann Douglas Lott; great-grandchildren, Lawrence Lynch Benner, William Byard Benner, & Leighton Mainous Benner. His Visitation will be held on Friday, June 6, 2014, at 1 PM, at the First Baptist Church of Montgomery, followed by his Funeral Service at 2 PM, with Dr. Jay Wolf officiating. Interment will follow in Greenwood Cemetery. Memorials may be made to Community Missions- 1st Baptist Church- 305 South Perry St.-Montgomery, AL 36104. Leak Memory Chapel Directing.

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BYARD, William Earl (I12020)
 
242 Byard-Clarkin, Elizabeth Ann "Liz" Age 50 Of St. Paul, died peacefully after a long struggle with cancer on May 8, 2008.
Preceded in death by parents, Robert and Mary Jane Byard.

Survived by
loving husband, Joe Clarkin and faithful companion, Myles;
siblings: Mary (Jim) Marren,
Steve (Patti),
Hugh,
Jane (Vern) Saatzer,
Geoffrey (Karen) and
Chris (Sarah);
nieces and nephews: Neal, Jessie, Guthrie, Olivia, Mary Catherine and Nicolas; 2 brothers-in-law; along with many loving relatives and friends. Liz was a loving and compassionate caregiver to all.
Mass of Christian Burial 10 AM Tuesday at ST. MARK'S CATHOLIC CHURCH (2001 Dayton Ave. at Moore, St. Paul). Visitation 4-8 PM Monday at O'HALLORAN AND MURPHY FUNERAL HOME (575 S. Snelling Ave., St. Paul) 651-698-0796. Interment at Fort Snelling National Cemetery. Memorials preferred to Cretin-Derham Hall High School. 
BYARD, Elizabeth Ann (I13494)
 
243 BYARD-Margaret Mather, died May 17, 2005 at Noble Horizons in Salisbury, CT, in her 95th year.
Musician, scholar and Scot, she was the
widow of Spencer Byard;
mother of Margaret Byard Stearns and Paul Byard;
grandmother of Sarah Stearns Fey,
Eliza Starr Byard,
Kate Stearns Symonds,
Joshua Spencer Byard; and
great-grandmother of Jack, Daisy, Annie, Jimmy, Charlie and Mercy.

Contributions in her memory may be sent to the New York Society Library, 53 E. 79 St., NY 10021; Noble Horizons, 17 Cobble Road, Salisbury, CT 06068; or the Friends of the Smith College Library, Smith College, Northampton, MA. 01063.
Published in The New York Times from May 19 to May 20, 2005
 
MATHER, Margaret Linden (I5285)
 
244 CANADIAN - Ray Byard, 78, died Friday, Nov. 20, 2009.

Rosary will be said at 6:30 p.m. today in Sacred Heart Catholic Church. Mass will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Monday in the church with the Rev. Salibindla Bala Showreddy officiating. Burial will be in Edith Ford Memorial Cemetery by Hughs Funeral Home of Canadian.

Mr. Byard was born Aug. 31, 1931, in Claude to the late George Byard and Bessie Case Byard. He was a 1949 graduate of Claude High School. Ray was a veteran of the U.S. Army, serving in the Korean conflict. He married Eugenia Weinheimer on Nov. 28, 1953, in Groom. She preceded him in death on June 19, 2008. They moved to Canadian in 1972 from Ulysses, Kan.

Ray was a member of Knights of Columbus, where he was past Grand Knight and 4th Degree Knight. He worked as a building contractor for many years. He was a member of Sacred Heart Catholic Church, where he helped build the bell tower, remodeled the church and was a member of the Men's Club. Ray enjoyed helping in anyway he could with the church to where he even donated all of his time.

He also was preceded in death by a brother and sister-in-law, Royce and Dorothy Byard.

Survivors include four sons, Stephen Byard and wife Shelly of Midland, Ryan Byard and wife Jana of Memphis, Mark Byard and wife Melinda of Amarillo and John Byard and wife Kelli of Barberton, Ohio; two daughters, Regina Russell and husband Jimmy of Canadian and Stephanie Francis and husband Glenn of College Station; two brothers, Russell Byard and wife Patsy of Lubbock and Ronald Byard and wife Zoe of Princeton; a sister, Janie Jaramillo and husband Lawrence of Silverton; 17 grandchildren, Tiffany Barter and husband Casey of Borger, Angie Hawkins and husband Joel of Canadian, Branden Francis of Tucson, Ariz., Sara Phares and husband Robert of Austin, Lance Russell and Kayla Russell both of Pauls Valley, Okla., Willie Nofire of Fritch, Kyler Oles of College Station, Brandon Russell of Canadian, Joshua Byard of Midland, Jacob Francis and Katelyn Francis, both of College Station, Justin Byard of Midland, Avery Byard of Memphis, Dominic Byard and Aaron Byard, both of Barberton, and Karsen Byard of Memphis; and three great-grandchildren, Dakota Phares of Austin, Brodon Russell of Pauls Valley, Okla., and Brenner Hawkins of Canadian.

The family suggests memorials be to Hemphill County Hospice, 1020 S. Fourth St., Canadian, TX 79014. 
BYARD, Virgil Ray (I9658)
 
245 Cancer in hospital  BYARD, Gordon (I579)
 
246 Candice Woods Byard - JESUP -

Candice Woods Byard, 37, died Tuesday.

Survivors:
children: Jessica (Dustin), Keith, Donnie,
parents: Katherine, Leon,
brothers: Mickey, Rickey,
grandmother: Myrtle.

Visitation: 6-8 p.m., Thursday at the funeral home. Funeral: 2 p.m., Friday from Rinehart Chapel.
Burial: George Cemetery.
Please sign the guestbook at our website: www.rinehartandsons.com . Rinehart and Sons Funeral Home Savannah Morning News May 22, 2008 Please sign our Obituary Guest Book at savannahnow.com/obituaries .
Published in Savannah Morning News on May 22, 2008

 
WOODS, Candice L. (I10445)
 
247 Car accident BYARD, Susan Lee (I12219)
 
248 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F3574
 
249 Charles Byard SUMMERVILLE - Charles Brent Byard, 55, of Summerville, SC, husband of Regina Ellen Shipley Byard, passed away at his residence.
A graveside funeral service will be held Friday morning, June 29, 2012 at Summerville Cemetery at 11 o'clock. Friends may call at PARKS FUNERAL HOME Thursday evening from 6-8 o'clock. Arrangements by PARKS FUNERAL HOME, 130 West 1st North Street, Summerville, SC 29483. Visit our guestbook at www.legacy.com/obituaries/ charleston 
BYARD, Charles Brent (I11876)
 
250 Charles R. Byard, 68 of Jacksonville passed away Tuesday, November 23, 2004. He was born May 24, 1936 in Mount Enterprise, Texas to the late Norvel and Bonnie Byard Creel of El Paso, Texas. Charles served in the United States Air Force during the Korean War. He was employed by Gestetner, Inc. of Little Rock for 20 years, retiring from Bud Price Excavating, Inc. in 1998 after 20 years of employment.

He is survived by his wife of 48 years, Betty of Jacksonville; two sons Willie ( Lindy ) Byard of Greenbrier and John ( Sherry ) Byard of North Little Rock. Grand children James Byard of Conroe, Texas, Jason Byard and Carissa Byard of Beebe, Jacob McGinnis of Fayetteville and Kaysie Lyons, Aron ( Mandy ) Truelove, Matthew ( Brandi ) Reynolds, Katina ( Tim ) Holliman, Molly ( Eric ) Irwin of Greenbrier. Great grandchildren Raven, Steven, Kaylon, Dakota, Kaytie and Will. Two brothers Bill Creel of El Paso, Texas and Jerry Creel of Henderson Texas; one aunt Jeffie Haney, cousin Bobby Haney, second cousin Kelley Haney and Kristy Utley all of Henderson, Texas.

Funeral service will be 2:00 P.M., Friday at North Little Rock Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Tim Carter officiating. Burial will be in Cypress Valley Cemetery in Vilonia, Arkansas. Family will receive friends from 6:00 to 8:00 P.M., Thursday at North Little Rock Funeral Home, 1921 Main St., 758-1170.

Online obituary and guest register at www.northlittlerockfuneralhome.com. 
BYARD, Charles R. (I9330)
 
251 Charles Street United Presbyterian Church Family F3255
 
252 Charles William Byard
(April 28, 1940 - May 8, 2011)

Charles "Chuck" William Byard
Born April 28, 1940 in Bloomingdale, Ohio.
Died May 8, 2011 in Tacoma, Washington.

Our wonderful husband, father, grandfather, brother and friend to many, passed away peacefully on Sunday, May 8th.

Chuck is survived by
his wife of 46 years Janet Byard,
his daughter Elizabeth Peterson (Ben),
his sons Gary (Teresa),
and Charlie Byard (Debbie),
and grandchildren Greg and Emily Peterson,
Kelly and Rick Byard,
Adora Welch and Kerry Byard,
his brother Jerry Byard,
and his sisters Mary Kovalski and Emma Ellen Viola.

Chuck served his country for nine years with the army. After marrying Janet and starting a family, Chuck moved to Alaska where he enjoyed hunting, fishing, gold panning and camping. Chuck had many trophies from his hunting trips, but his favorite was an Alaskan black bear.
In 1974, Chuck brought his family to Tacoma, Washington where he enjoyed volunteering with the Special Olympics for many years, was an active member and officer with the Lakewood Elks Lodge. Chuck was quite the host. He was an excellent cook, and he enjoyed giving to others through his cooking. The meal wasn't complete until Chuck said "there's more over there, I don't want any leftovers". Chuck was a protective and loving father. He worked as a skilled tree surgeon, worked at St. Regis lumber mill, and had his own lawn service. Before retiring, Chuck worked for Sacred Heart Church for 5 years, and in 2004, he became a Catholic. Chuck's battle began in December 2003 with stomach cancer. After he won this battle, Chuck and Janet decided to retire and start traveling. They traded in their home of 30 years for a motor home and began a new journey. Chuck and Janet spent several years traveling and visiting family and friends across the United States. Chuck loved to spend the hot summers in Ohio with his brother from Boston, sisters, and their families. He enjoyed reminiscing about his childhood and the simple pleasure of the local fish sandwiches. When Chuck and Janet would return to Olympia, Washington, he spent his time wood working, serving meals to the homeless, and being with his grandchildren. The grandchildren enjoyed going on trips to Vashon Island, Northwest Trek, roller skating and getting ice cream. After being a lifelong smoker, Chuck found the strength to quit smoking in 2010. Chuck's family was very proud of him. Chuck's spirituality became increasingly important when he found out that he had throat and lung cancer. Chuck and Janet were comforted by their nightly prayers as he endured chemotherapy and radiation treatments. In 2010, as Chuck's health declined, it became very important to him to get Janet settled into a new home in Tacoma. Chuck was surrounded by numerous family and friends who supported him during his final battle. Chuck passed away peacefully and has now earned his eternal reward.
Catholic Mass to be held at St. Anns, 7025 S Park Ave, Tacoma,Washington on Friday May 13, 2011 at 11am. Rosary to start at 10:30am.
A service will be held at Tahoma National Cemetery in Kent, Washington on Thursday May 19 at 2pm.
Arrangements by Edwards Memorial Center (253)566-1008  
BYARD, Charles William (I8766)
 
253 Chico Enterprise Record, Wednesday January 12, 2000, pg 8C: Durham - A funeral for Leo Silvestrini, 88, of Durham, will be held at 11:30 a.m. Friday Jan. 14, at the Chico Seventh-day Adventist Church. He died Monday, Jan. 10, 2000, at home after a lengthy illness. Silvestrini was born April 12, 1911, in San Francisco to Charles and Contanza Silvestrini. He attended schools in Arcata. He worked as a printer for the California Barrel Co. for several years.

On Nov. 6, 1937, he married Christine Byard in Eureka. He moved his family to Durham in 1951 and became a partner in a hardwood flooring business. He later sold it. He was president of the Durham Mutual Water Co. for 20 years and served on the board for several more years.

Survivors include his wife, Christine of Durham; two daughters, Sandra Davis of Lodi and Betty Becker of Stockton. Entombment will take place at Glean Oaks Memorial Park. 
SILVESTRINI, Leo (I9319)
 
254 Christ Church Family F352
 
255 Clarksville Leaf Chronicle; Feb. 6,1960, page 1

Sam N. Byard Funeral Set for 2 P.M. Today

Funeral services for Sam N. Byard, 84, 140 Front St., will be held at 2 p.m., today, at Pleasant View Baptist Church in Cumberland Heights Community by the Rev. Isaac Jones.
Burial will be in the church cemetery. Wiseman Funeral Home is in charge.
Mr. Byard was a native of Montgomery County , and a son of the late Alonzo and Lizzie Suiter Byard. He died Thursday afternoon at his home following a short illness.
Mr. Byard was a farmer for most of his life here, but had retired in recent years and was making his home with a daughter, Mrs. Bethel Griffin, Clarksville.
Other survivors include two sons, Walter S. Byard, Morristown, and Sam N. Byard Jr., Nashville; another daughter, Mrs. Annie May Grant, also Clarksville; and eleven grandchildren.
 
BYARD, Samuel Nathaniel Decker (I9555)
 
256 Colitis BYARD, Frank Edward (I16717)
 
257 Colorest Parsonage Family F4953
 
258 Columbus Dispatch, The (OH) - June 7, 2009
Deceased Name: BYARD William E. "Bill" Byard
BYARD William E. "Bill" Byard, age 69, passed away on Friday, June 5, 2009. Bill was a retired teacher with Southwestern City Schools (Westland High School). He was a guidance counselor from 1967-74 and English and speech teacher from 1974 92. He was an assistant manager of LIVCO swimming pool, and a longtime Lincoln Village resident. A member of St. Paul Lutheran Church, Bill enjoyed winter camping at Oglebay Park for almost 40 years. He was also an avid reader. Preceded in death by his parents Edward Byard and Ruth Byard Blackburn. Survived by wife of 45 years, Kay Byard; sons, Mark (Amy) Byard and David Byard; grandchildren, Elise and Jack; grand dog, Kirby. Visitation will be held 2-4 and 6-8 p.m. Sunday at SCHOEDINGER HILLTOP CHAPEL, 3030 W. Broad St. Funeral service will be held 11 a.m. Monday, June 8, 2009 at St. Paul Lutheran Church, 55 Pasadena Ave., Columbus, Oh. 43228. Interment Alton Cemetery. Memorial contributions can be made to St. Paul Lutheran Church or Southwest Public Library, Westland Branch, 4740 W. Broad St., Columbus, Oh. 43228 in Bill's memory. To send condolences to the family visit www.schoedinger.com.Edition: Home Final
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BYARD, William Edward (I13668)
 
259 Conway ? BYARD, Charles Gladstone (I8120)
 
260 Copy of their Marriage Record Family F4436
 
261 DALLAS - William C. Gacke, 57, died Oct. 18, 1987, at CharltonMethodist Hospital, Dallas.

Born Aug. 8, 1930, at Royal, Iowa, he married Agatha Byard Oct. 12, 1955, at Lyons.

A retired post office clerk, he was a resident of Dallas since 1973, and a former resident of Lyons.
He was a member of St. Cecilia'sCatholic Church, Dallas, and was a retired U.S. Navy officer.
Survivors: wife, of the home; daughter, Clarice Colette, Dallas; mother, Margueritte Gacke, Fostoria, Iowa; brother. Jack, Spencer, Iowa; and sisters, Dolorse Singleton, Pittsburgh, Pa., Joyce Gacke, Fostoria, Iowa.
Funeral will be 11 a.m. Friday at St. Paul's Catholic Church, Lyons, Father Charles Harvey. Burial will be in Lyons Municipal Cemetery.
Friends may call from 3 to 8 p.m. Thursday at Sillin Funeral Home, Lyons. Memorials may go to St. Paul's Catholic Church, Lyons.

from The Hutchinson News, Hutchinson, KS
Wednesday, 21 Oct 1987 
GACKE, William Carl (I16427)
 
262 David Jeffrey Byard, 52, of Somerset Township, passed on Sept. 30, 2006, in Jefferson Township.

Born Jan. 18, 1954, in Clarksburg, W.Va., the son of Susanna (Rose) Byard of Bridgeport, W.Va., and the late Charles Keith Byard.

Preceded in death by his father and brother, John Randall Byard.

Survived by his wife and best friend, Robin Anne (Plotner) Byard; mother; brother, Charles Keith Byard II of Bridgeport, W.Va.; and sisters, Karen Horton of Orlando, Fla., and Sara Lois of Bluffton, S.C.

He was dearly loved by his niece, Amy Mehr of Buckhannon, W.Va., and also survived by nephews Jeffrey and Brian Plotner, and Adam and Travis Laughlin; and great-nephews Tyler, Ethan and Patrick Mehr.

He was a veteran of the U.S. Navy during the Vietnam War and was a member of the American Legion Post 941 in Donegal.

He loved the mountains and his happiest times were spent outdoors hunting, fishing and playing golf with his family and friends.

He loved his dogs Summit and Garth, and the late, great, Harley and Duke.

Friends will be received from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at Miller Funeral Home, Somerset, where a service will be held at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday. Rev. John D. Byard officiating.

Interment at Greene County Memorial Park Cemetery in Waynesburg.

Memorial contributions may be sent to the American Cancer Society. 
BYARD, David Jeffrey (I10455)
 
263 Death Cert:

14 miles South of Crofton on US41

Concussion of brain and internal chest injuries.

Passenger in truck that ran into rear of truck on highway. 
BYARD, Stanley Douglas (I11763)
 
264 died - 3:15 p.m. - West of Greensburg
age - 22y 5m 28d
female - white - married - housewife
COD - fractured skull
 
WULLENWEBER, Betty F (I16655)
 
265 Died aged 14 months BYARD, James (I1155)
 
266 Died at the home of her daughter Eva Elizabeth Bullin. BYARD, Hannah (I1354)
 
267 Died in childhood BYARD, Emily Hannah (I1161)
 
268 Died in infancy aged 20 months BYARD, Claire Elizabeth (I1746)
 
269 Died in infancy aged 21 months BYARD, Louise (I1747)
 
270 Does seem to be in 1900 census twice! BYARD, Burrell F (I15124)
 
271 Dorothy Mae Byard Hulsey, age 85, of Springfield, TN, passed away Saturday, Jan. 7, 2017 at her home.

A Graveside Service was held Wednesday, Jan. 11, 2017 at 2 p.m. in the Elmwood Cemetery in Springfield with Brother Jack Batson officiating and family and friends serving as pallbearers.

Visitation was held at the funeral home on Wednesday from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

Mrs. Hulsey was born May 28, 1931 in Montgomery County, TN to the late Matthew Edmondson and Ida Bromley Byard.

In addition to her parents, Mrs. Hulsey was preceded in death by her husband, James Edward Hulsey; and son, Bobby Hulsey.

Mrs. Hulsey is survived by her sons, Kenneth, Carl and Tim Hulsey of Nashville and Paul (Rhonda) Hulsey of Nashville; daughters, Margaret (Sterg) Tegos of Lebanon, Barbara (Ronald) Crowe of Springfield, Pamela (Dewey) Allen of Annville, KY and Teresa (Walter) Hixson of Nashville; brothers, Herman Byard, Wayne (Teresa) Byard and George (Peggy) Byard, all of Clarksville; 21 grandchildren; 40 great-grandchildren; and 15 great great-grandchildren.

Austin & Bell Funeral Home in Springfield was in charge of these arrangements.

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BYARD, Dorothy Mae (I11792)
 
272 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F5046
 
273 During WW1 BYARD, Thomas (I1467)
 
274 Dutch Reformed Church Family F5803
 
275 Dwayne Keith Byard

Dwayne Keith Byard, age 57 of Clarksville, passed away Tuesday, June 23, 2015 at Gateway Medical Center.

Dwayne was born February 1, 1958 in Clarksville, TN to the late Carlis Byard and Martha Sue Arms Lannom. He was also preceded in death by his stepfather, Gentry Lannom; maternal grandparents, John and Bertha Arms; paternal grandparents, Marvin and Nannie Mae Byard; sister, Judy Lannom Horton; and two brothers, Clifford Byard and Eric Lannom.

Funeral service will be held Saturday, June 27th at 12 Noon, at the Chapel of Neal-Tarpley-Parchman Funeral Home, with Pastor Brian Marcoulier and Rev. Steve Lannom officiating. Burial will follow at Salem United Methodist Church Cemetery. Visitation will be Friday, June 26th from 4 to 8 p.m., and on Saturday, June 27th from 10 a.m. until the hour of service, at the funeral home.

Dwayne is survived by his wife of 38 years, Debbie Byard; two daughters, Misty (Josh) Nicholson and Mindy (Darrell) Blackard; two brothers, Kenny Lannom and Steve Lannom; and four grandchildren, who were Dwayne's pride and joy, Dylan Byard, Cooper Nicholson, Dusty Blackard, and Sawyer Nicholson.

Pallbearers will be Paul Vienneau, Andy Hutcheson, Mike Jackson, Trampas Morrison, Jimmie Hite, Cody Lannom, Robert Gannaway, and Justin Gilbert. Honorary Pallbearers will be Mike Hendricks, Dale Binkley, Dale Sims, Ted Elsner, Harold Etling, Robert Hughes, Steve Nicholson, and Nicky Nicholson.

Arrangements entrusted to Neal-Tarpley-Parchman Funeral Home, 1510 Madison Street, Clarksville, TN 37040; (931) 645-6488. Online condolences may be made at www.neal-tarpley.com. - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/theleafchronicle/obituary.aspx?n=dway ne-keith-byard&pid=175149718#sthash.dIPinbF3.dpuf 
BYARD, Dwayne Keith (I10026)
 
276 E-mail from Nellie's GGrand daughter BYARD, Nellie L (I12278)
 
277 Earl Kenneth Byard, 85, of Arcola, IL passed away at 12:07 a.m. Sunday, November 25, 2001 at Provena Covenant Medical Center in Urbana, IL.
Funeral services will be at 1:00 p.m. Thursday, November 29, 2001 at the Edwards Funeral Home, 221 E. Main St., Arcola, IL. Rev. Richard Chamberlain of East Peoria will officiate. Burial will be in the Grandview Memorial Gardens in Champaign, IL. Visitation will be from 6:00-8:00 p.m. with a Masonic service, conducted by the Urbana Lodge #157 AF & AM, at 7:45 p.m. Wednesday, November 28, 2001 at the funeral home.
Earl was born October 3, 1916, in Greensburg, IN. He was a son of Roy and Goldie M. (Sanders) Byard. He married Ruth Winters on June 14, 1933, in Covington, IN.
Survivors include: his wife, Ruth Byard of Arcola, IL; one son, Kenneth L. Byard and his wife Sonja of Arcola, IL; two daughters, Marliss J. Gregerson and her husband Joseph of Cheney, WA and Phyliss J. Howard of San Diego, CA; one brother, Warren C. Byard and his wife Virginia of Champaign, IL; one sister, Thelma Krabbe and her husband Fred of East Peoria, IL; eight grandchildren, Michael Williams, Debra Sisk, David Williams, Steven Starwalt, Kristin Ryan, Kenneth Byard, Shelley Samuels and Kevin Byard; 16 great-grandchildren.
His parents; one granddaughter, Kristin Marie Williams; and three brothers, preceded him in death.
Earl was affiliated with the Methodist Church.
Earl graduated from Urbana High School in 1934. He was a DeMolay "Dad" for the Order of DeMolay Boys. He was a life member of the Urbana Masonic Lodge #157 AF & AM, Order of the True Kindred. He was a 32nd Degree Mason and a 50 year member of the Danville Consistory.
Earl was a Milkman for Urbana Pure Milk Company from 1936-1969. He delivered milk in the Champaign-Urbana area for 32 years and he started out driving a horse and wagon. After he retired he operated Earl's 45 in Arcola for 11 years from 1970-1981. He also repaired radios and televisions in his spare time. He enjoyed fishing as well as traveling and was a Chicago Bear fan and a die hard Cub fan.
Memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society or the American Diabetes Association.
 
BYARD, Earl Kenneth (I10219)
 
278 EDWARD LEE "Eddie" BYARD, 72, of Huntington passed away March 6, 2005, at Dothan Ala., Flowers Memorial Hospital.

Funeral services will be conducted 2 p.m. Friday at the Reger Funeral Chapel, Huntington, by the Rev. Scott Byard and Rev. Rodney Hale.

Entombment will follow at Forest Lawn Memorial Gardens Mausoleum, Huntington, W.Va.

He was born April 22, 1932, in Huntington, W.Va., a son of the late William Spencer and Carrie Mae Lester Byard.

He was preceded in death by one brother, William Earl Byard and by his father and mother-in-law, Glen and Ethel Wilson.

He was a retired President and Owner of Byard’s Famous Meats and Institutional Foods.

He was a veteran of the United States Air Force.

He was a member of the American Legion Post 93 of Kenova, W.Va.

Survivors include his wife, Marlene Wilson Byard; three sons, Dr. Christopher Edward Byard of Dothan, Ala., Brian Lee and Sarah Ann Byard of Kenova, and Dr. Mark Allen Byard of Dothan, Ala.;
seven grandchildren, Martha Jane Byard of New York City, N.Y., Mary Beth Byard of Dothan, Ala., Christopher Edward Byard of Dothan, Ala., Brian Lee Joseph Byard of Kenova, W.Va., Mark Allen Byard II, Adam Spencer Byard and Corey Brian Byard, all of Columbus, Ohio; three brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law, Ernie and Phyllis Wilson of Gray, Tenn., Frank and Kathleen Jarrell of Kenova, W.Va., and Jack and Elna Wilson of Huntington, W.Va.; several nieces and nephews; and a very special friend, Charlie McCoy of Huntington, W.Va. American Legion Post 93 of Kenova will perform military rites. Friends may call from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday at the Reger Funeral Home. 
BYARD, Edward Lee (I10173)
 
279 Edwin Joe Byard

Born July 29, 1912, in Clarksville, Tennessee, to Willie D. and Ida Minnie Byard. He was next to the oldest of his eight siblings. After his father became ill and later died, Ed as a young boy went away from home to work as a waterboy on a road crew in order to help support his family. In 1930 his mother became a mail order bride and she and her children came out to Carlotta, California, to start another journey in their lives. Ed continued to work and help his family. Then in 1940 he married Effie Hayes and together they had two girls Glynda and Jeanne. Ed was employed by PL for over 30 years. In the woods he was known to most as "Tennessee".

In 1972 he married Marie Kechley. He was always grateful he had been blessed to have had his lovely Marie for 31 years of marriage.

For many years in Hydesville and then in Fortuna Ed repaired shoes for a hobby. He enjoyed the self taught art and spent many hours after work or on weekends whistling in his shop. Before Ed’s balance became unsteady he could be seen riding his bike all over town with his bright red socks. His favorite was to ride down to Charlie Hansen’s for coffee and to socialize. Ed never knew a stranger. One of Ed’s most admired assets was his kind heart and his honest ways. He was loved very much by all his family.

The family would like to thank his caregivers Mary and Versa for their faithfulness, and to the aides and staff at St. Lukes and Dr. Jutila for the care he received.

Ed is survived by his daughters, Jeanne Kitchen of Hydesville, Tehilla Shemaya of Israel; his grandchildren, Joe Kitchen, Tena Risley, and Jon Mell; his six great grandchildren, Jevin, Kiya, Haley, Jared, Emily and Nicole; his sisters, Tena Silvestrini, Dorothy Franklin; and brother, Herschel Byard.

He was preceded in death by his parents, and six siblings.

Friends are invited to attend memorial services Monday May 2, 2005, at 2:00 PM at Christ Lutheran Church, 2132 Smith Lane, Fortuna with Rev Jim Goldsmith officiating. Private interment will be at Sunrise Cemetery, Fortuna.

Arrangements under the direction of Goble’s Fortuna Mortuary where friends may call Sunday May 1, 2005, from 2-4:00 PM.

Please sign the guest book at www.times-standard.com click on obits.
Published in Eureka Times-Standard on April 30, 2005
 
BYARD, Edwin Joe (I10540)
 
280 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F3256
 
281 Eighth Presbyterian Church Family F5812
 
282 Eleanor M. Byard Eleanor M. Byard, 90, a lifetime resident of Bordentown, died Saturday at the Marcella Center in Burlington Township.
Eleanor was a graduate of Wm. McFarland High School, and served as a member of the Air Observer Corps during WWII.
She was retired from NJ Department of the Treasury and was a member of the First Baptist Church of Bordentown.
Daughter of the late Carl and Viola Rogers, wife of the late Arthur Byard, she is survived by son Wayne Byard of Chesterfield;
grandsons and their wives Carl Byard of ???, Brian and Stacey Byard of ???, and Daniel and Amanda Byard of ???; and five great-grandchildren, Emma, Colin, Dylan, Ryan and Julia.
She also leaves behind friends Helen Addis and Marilyn Frazier of Bordentown, Louise Bunting of Chesterfield, and Claire DiGaetano of Clark, NJ.
Funeral services will be held Friday at 11am at the Huber-Moore Funeral Home, 517 Farnsworth Ave, Bordentown, NJ 08505.
Burial will follow at Bordentown Cemetery.
Relatives and friends may call Thursday evening from 6-8pm at the funeral home.
In lieu of flowers, donations in her memory to First Baptist Church of Bordentown are requested. 
ROGERS, Eleanor May (I15988)
 
283 Elizabeth "Betty" G. Byard of Cedar Rapids died Monday, March 11, 2013. Funeral Mass will be held at 1:00 PM on Monday, March 18th at All Saints Catholic Church with Father John R. Flaherty presiding. Visitation will begin at 11:00 AM at the church on Monday. A reception will be held in the church immediately following the funeral mass with a private family burial at Cedar Memorial Park Cemetery to follow.

Survivors include her son, Jim (Michelle), her grandchildren Brent, Erik, Jillian, Lindsey, and John, and her great grandson, Brendon.

Betty was preceded in death by her parents; her brother, Jack; sister, Janet; her daughter, Kristin; her husband, Dale; her son, Steve (Sandy); and the nephew she and Dale raised, David.

Betty was born on July 10, 1928 in Dubuque, Iowa, the daughter of John and Millicent Gantz and was united in marriage to Dale Byard on May 10, 1951. Betty was a beautiful woman and was one of the first stewardesses for TWA and a frequent local model. She later joined her husband and started a vending business in Cedar Rapids. Betty's great joy in life was her family, and she took great pride in her children, grandchildren, and great grandson. She loved entertaining, boating on the Mississippi and later in Florida, world travel, and the pure enjoyment of having such wonderful friends and family
 
GANTZ, Elizabeth (I9430)
 
284 Ellen Ann Hodges, 71, of Lakewood, IL., died at 1:53 p.m. May 7, 2011, in Shelbyville Manor, surrounded by her loving family and friends.

Funeral services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday in the Lockart-Green Funeral Home, Shelbyville with Pastors Steve Livingood, Gene Colthurst and Don Pease officiating. . Visitation will be from 5:00 to 8:00 p.m. Tuesday. Burial will be in the Ridge Cemetery near Lakewood. Memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society.

Ellen was born April 23, 1940, in Mt. Vernon, IL., at the home of her parents. She was the daughter of Virgil and Flodean (Newton) Byard.

She worked as a dietician at Shelby Memorial Hospital for 13 years. She had previously worked as a waitress for many years. She loved gardening, sewing, her horses, and life itself. She is currently riding her way to God's garden in Heaven, which we are certain she will help tend.

Ellen was a member of the Tower Hill United Methodist Church, and the United Methodist Women.

Ellen married Dale Hodges on February 25, 1961. They recently celebrated their 50th year of a loving marriage. They were strongly devoted to each other.

Ellen will be greatly missed by her daughters: Nancy (David) McClain of Shelbyville, IL.; Connie (Wayne) Dotson of Findlay, IL.; and Rita (Cary) Bryson of Shelbyville;sister, Peggy (Robert) Snow of Lakewood; brothers: Allen Roeder of Pana; Danny Roeder and special friend, Rose Gordon of Shelbyville.; grandchildren: Coartney and Amanda McClain; Brody and Connor Dotson; and Levi and Zachary Bryson.

She was preceded in death by her parents, Virgil Byard and Flodean Parks, step-father, Lloyd Roeder, sister, Ramona Cook; and nephew, Robbie Snow. 
BYARD, Ellen Ann (I12189)
 
285 Eloyid M. Byard - Prisoner of War Record Held in Stalag 4B near Muhlberg, Germany Eloyid M. Byard was a Private First Class in the Army during World War II. Eloyid resided in Wayne County, Missouri before enlisting on March 2, 1943. At the time of enlistment, Eloyid was 36 years old, had a grammar school education and was married. One year later, Eloyid was captured by the Nazis while serving in Germany, and was sent to Stalag 4B near Muhlberg, Germany where 8,412 other American POWs were held. Eloyid's capture was first reported to the International Committee of the Red Cross on December 16, 1944, and the last report was made on July 21, 1945. Based on these two reports, Eloyid was imprisoned for 217 days. BYARD, Floyd E. (I14336)
 
286 Elsie was a spinster.

Teacher of French, PE and RS at Greystones and King Ecgberts Schools Sheffield

Wood Crematorium. Ashes interred in her parents grave in Ecclesall Parish Church 
BYARD, Elsie May (I1140)
 
287 enlisted 10 Sept, Mustered in 11 Oct 1862 for 9 months age 18, single 5 ft 11 1/2 in. Dark Complexion, Gray eyes. Dark Hair
Mechanic; resided Winterport
Company D 26th Regiment Infantry
Mustered out 17 Aug 1863, Bangor (Son of Sylvanus)

Note: Source:Maine, Veterans Cemetery Records, 1676-1918

Burial:
Fairview Cemetery
Veazie
Penobscot County
Maine, USA
Plot: Sect 6 Lot 298 
BYARD, Eliakim (I14023)
 
288 Epitaph.

KANSAS CPL 3701 AAF BASE UNIT WORLD WAR II 
BYARD, Frederick Eugene (I14914)
 
289 Estella V (Murray) Byard
May 11, 1934 – February 1, 2016
On Sunday, February 1st a broken heart was mended as Stella Byard joined her husband, best friend and soul mate George in eternal rest. Stella passed peacefully surrounded by her family and close friends. Stella was born on May 11, 1934. The daughter of the late Ruth (Johnson) Murray, she was a lifelong resident of Gloucester. She graduated from Gloucester High School, class of 1952, graduating 4th in her class. She was proud of her Sawyer Medal and her membership into the National Honor Society. After graduation, she worked as a bookkeeper with D.O. Frost Company. She continued her love for numbers working for the Seafood Workers Union Pension Office, The Patio Restaurant and several other local businesses. For many years, Stella took pride in her involvement with her son Mark's business, the FV SS Melon, which she continued until her illness.
She met the love of her life, George, while he was home on leave from the Navy at "the soda fountain shop" in East Gloucester Square. They fell in love, married, and raised 2 children and for the next 52 years made East Gloucester their home. During their marriage they spent most of their free time on the water aboard the Stella B. and Stella B. II. Harbor Cruises, weekends at the Isle of Shoales, Plymouth Rock and Maine were some of their many adventures. But more than anything else, their favorite times were spent Tuna Fishing. Stella loved to travel. In their later years, Stella and George enjoyed numerous trips to Nova Scotia and Bermuda with their close friends Joe and Ginny Mondello. Stella most recently enjoyed trips to Florida. One of these was to see her sister, Avis Murray, receive a distinguished award for her long standing tennis career. The other was to celebrate the 80th birthday of her childhood friend Phyllis Tedesco along with her other very close friend Sylvia Habe. Stella enjoyed all kinds of crafts. There isn't a family member or close friend that hasn't enjoyed the warmth of a hand-knit item made personally for them by Stella. Stella was a life long member of the Trinity Congregational Church and shared her faith and love by volunteering at their Thrift Store and Christmas Fairs. What gave Stella her greatest joy in life were her grandchildren, Kevin, Salvatore, Jennie and Jessica. Whether it be days at the beach, birthdays, sporting events, awards ceremonies or graduations, Stella never missed an opportunity to spend time with her grandchildren. She was their biggest cheerleader and always let them know how much she loved them and how proud she was of them.


Stella is survived by her children Donna and her husband Thomas Lupo, her son Mark and his companion Colleen McCarthy, her grandchildren, Kevin, Salvatore and Jessica Lupo, her sister Avis Murray, her godson Bruce Atkins and his sister Pam, a special cousin and friend, Joe Mondello and his daughter Ann Capillo and many nieces and nephews. She will be sadly missed by her closest friends, Phyllis Tedesco, Sylvia & Andy Habe and Carolyn Davis. In addition to her mother and husband, Stella was predeceased by her granddaughter Jennie Faye Lupo and a special cousin Ginny Mondello.
The family would like to give special thanks to the Gloucester Fire Department-Group 1, the nursing staff at Addison Gilbert and Beverly Hospitals, Dr. Bruce Barlam, Dr. Angus McIntyre and Joanne Gibbs for their kindness and compassion shown in the care of their mother, grandmother and sister.

Visiting hours will be held from the Greely Funeral Home, 212 Washington Street, Gloucester, MA on Thursday, February 4th from 4 pm to 8 pm. A funeral service will be celebrated on Friday, February 5th at 10 a.m. from the Trinity Congregational Church, Middle Street, Gloucester. Extended family and friends are cordially invited to attend.
Contributions may be made in her name to The Jennie Faye Lupo Scholarship fund c/o
Donna and Tom Lupo, 5 Mathieu Hill Road, Gloucester MA 01930. 
MURRAY, Estella V. (I9500)
 
290 Eugenia Byard, 74, of Canadian, Texas, passed away Thursday, June 19, 2008. Rosary services for will be at 7:30 p.m. Sunday, June 22 at Sacred Heart Catholic Church. Mass will be at 10:30 a.m. Monday, June 23 at Sacred Heart Catholic Church with Father Mitch officiating. Interment will follow at Edith Ford Memorial Cemetery in Canadian, Texas. The body will lie in state at Sacred Heart Catholic Church on Sunday, June 22, 2008.

She was born on February 20, 1934 in Fredericksburg, Texas to the late, Albert Weinheimer and Theresa (Stehling) Weinheimer. She attended grammar school at Rocky Hill in Fredericksburg and was a graduate of Groom High School. She married Ray Byard on November 28, 1953 in Groom, Texas. They moved to Canadian, in 1972, from Ulysses, Kan. Eugenia was the activity director for 22 years at the Edward Abraham Memorial Home. She was a member of Sacred Heart Catholic Church and the altar society.

She is preceded in death by two brother-in-laws, Joseph Dickey and Jack Quirk.

She is survived by her husband, Ray Byard of Canadian, Texas; sons, Stephen Byard and wife Shelly of Midland, Texas, Ryan Byard and wife Jana of Memphis, Texas, Mark Byard and wife Melinda of Amarillo, Texas, John Byard and wife Kelli of Barberton, Ohio; daughters, Regina Russell and husband Jimmy of Canadian, Stephanie Francis and husband Glenn of College Station; brothers, James Weinheimer and wife Janice, Patrick Weinhheimer and wife Maggie all of Groom, Texas; sisters, Kathleen Dickey of Pampa, Texas, Antonette Quirk of Amarillo, Texas, Teresa Swiger and husband Phil of Bedford, Texas, grandchildren, Tiffany Barter and husband Casey of Borger, Texas, Angie Hawkins and husband Joel of Canadian, Branden Francis of Tucson, Ariz.; Sara Phares and husband Robert of Austin, Texas, Lance Russell and Kayla Russell both of Pauls Valley, Okla., Willie Nofire of Fritch, Texas, Kyler Oles of College Station, Brandon Russell of Canadian, Joshua Byard of Midland, Texas, Jacob Francis and Katelyn Francis both of College Station, Justin Byard of Midland, Texas, Avery Byard of Memphis, Texas, Dominic Byard and Aaron Byard both of Barberton, Ohio, Karsen Byard of Memphis, Texas; great-grandchildren, Dakota Phares of Austin, Brodon Russell of Pauls Valley, Okla., and Brenner Hawkins of Canadian, Texas.

The family requests memorials be made to Hemphill County Hospice, 1020 S 4th St., Canadian, Texas 79014 or Edward Abraham Memorial Home Activity Department, 803 Birch St., Canadian, Texas 79014.
Condolences can be left online at www.hughsfuneralhome.com
Published in The Bryan-College Station Eagle on June 21, 2008
 
WEINHEIMER, Eugenia Rose (I9669)
 
291 Event Description: (I've re-read the census original image and it definitely says 70!) BYARD, Benjamin (I8205)
 
292 Event Description: 432/000067 age 85 KINNELL, Charles Macintosh (I7295)
 
293 Event Description: ???????? Seems Unlikely, see 1930 census BYARD, Robert Hays (I10664)
 
294 Event Description: A Guideline to Humboldt County Births Before 1900, BYARD, Ethel (I10894)
 
295 Event Description: A Guideline to Humboldt County Births Before 1900, BYARD, George Henry (I11011)
 
296 Event Description: A Guideline to Humboldt County Births Before 1900, BYARD, Robert Edward (I12262)
 
297 Event Description: A Guideline to Humboldt County Births Before 1900, BYARD, Eleanor Annette (I12273)
 
298 Event Description: A Guideline to Humboldt County Births Before 1900, BYARD, James Arthur (I12274)
 
299 Event Description: A Guideline to Humboldt County Births Before 1900, BYARD, Lillith Eleanor (I12275)
 
300 Event Description: A Guideline to Humboldt County Births before 1900, compiled by MarilynKeach Milota, Volume I BYARD, Byron Burton Sr (I10531)
 
301 Event Description: A Guideline to Humboldt County Births before 1900, compiled by MarilynKeach Milota, Volume I BYARD, Ethel (I10894)
 
302 Event Description: A Guideline to Humboldt County Births before 1900, compiled by MarilynKeach Milota, Volume I BYARD, George Henry (I11011)
 
303 Event Description: A Guideline to Humboldt County Births before 1900, compiled by MarilynKeach Milota, Volume I BYARD, Warrington Lincoln (I11145)
 
304 Event Description: A Guideline to Humboldt County Births before 1900, compiled by MarilynKeach Milota, Volume I BYARD, Warrington Lincoln (I11145)
 
305 Event Description: Abstracts of Death Records, 1936 - 1947 Humboldt County, CA compiledby Marilyn Keach Milota BYARD, Lillith Eleanor (I12275)
 
306 Event Description: Abstracts of Death Records, 1936 - 1947 Humboldt County, CA compiledby Marilyn Keach Milota/Sunrise Cem., BYARD, James Arthur (I12274)
 
307 Event Description: Age 1yr 8month FAWCETT, Rebecca (I7181)
 
308 Event Description: Age 3, Drowned PRESTON, Rodney (I987)
 
309 Event Description: Age 5 month FAWCETT, Oliver (I7180)
 
310 Event Description: Age 76 BYARD, Homer H. (I8524)
 
311 Event Description: age 88 KINNELL, Alexander (I7047)
 
312 Event Description: Aged 9m in 1850 census BYARD, Nancy (I10791)
 
313 Event Description: An Infant BYARD, Francis Elaine (I14359)
 
314 Event Description: Army Barracks WRIGHT, William Godfrey (Bill) (I7937)
 
315 Event Description: Assembly District 6 RENINGER, Hannah Julia (I5296)
 
316 Event Description: At Sea ARNOTT, Lochiel James Henderson (I7877)
 
317 Event Description: At Sea, returning from WW1 ARNOTT, Lochiel James Henderson (I7877)
 
318 Event Description: “Humboldt County Obituaries 1854-1899” by Marilyn Keach Milota INGRAM, Agnes (I12265)
 
319 Event Description: Bronchitis BYARD, William H. (I14374)
 
320 Event Description: Checked! UNKNOWN, Emma (BYARD) (I8206)
 
321 Event Description: Chelsea MA Bus. Directory BYARD, Judith (I12290)
 
322 Event Description: Chronic Nephritis BYARD, Mary (I11333)
 
323 Event Description: Chronic Nephritis BYARD, Louise (I11335)
 
324 Event Description: Copy of OH Death Certificate POLING, Jesse Layfette (I10196)
 
325 Event Description: Copy of OH Death Certificate KAYLOR, Daisy Violet (I13794)
 
326 Event Description: During War (2nd) KELSO, Samuel (I7089)
 
327 Event Description: During WW2 WOODHALL, Frank (I956)
 
328 Event Description: E-mail from Nellie's GGdaughter BYARD, Nellie L (I12278)
 
329 Event Description: Father only 11? BYARD, George (I11345)
 
330 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I8682)
 
331 Event Description: History of Humboldt County, California..... Leigh H. Irvine, author,pub. 1915 "She passed away August 20, 1891." INGRAM, Agnes (I12265)
 
332 Event Description: http://search.labs.familysearch.org/recordsearch/ Ohio Deaths [Copyof Death Certificate] Chronic Myocarditis with dropsy POLING, Jesse Layfette (I10196)
 
333 Event Description: https://www.familysearch.org/ Ohio, County Marriages, 1790-1950 YODER, Mollie E. (I10241)
 
334 Event Description: https://www.familysearch.org/search/recordDetails/ Ohio Births andChristenings, 1821-1962 BYARD, Noel C. (I8717)
 
335 Event Description: Humboldt County Abstracts of Death Records, 1936-1947, compiled byMarilyn Keach Milota BYARD, James Arthur (I12274)
 
336 Event Description: Humboldt County Obits. 1937-1941/Sunrise Cem., BYARD, Lillith Eleanor (I12275)
 
337 Event Description: HUMBOLDT COUNTY, CALIFORNIA DEATH RECORDS. Abstracts of Books 1 & 2,1873 - 1925, Volumes I & II." Compiled by Marilyn Keach Milota,Published by The Humboldt County Genealogical Society, January, 1993 BYARD, Henry Florentine (I7132)
 
338 Event Description: HUMBOLDT COUNTY, CALIFORNIA DEATH RECORDS. Abstracts of Books 1 & 2,1873 - 1925, Volumes I & II." Compiled by Marilyn Keach Milota,Published by The Humboldt County Genealogical Society, January, 1993 BYARD, George Augustus (I12264)
 
339 Event Description: Infancy KINNELL, Twin Son1 (I7560)
 
340 Event Description: Infancy KINNELL, Twin Son2 (I7561)
 
341 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I10208)
 
342 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I10209)
 
343 Event Description: Lewiston (Maine) Evening Journal - May 24, 1892 BYARD, Hezekiah Dodge (I12271)
 
344 Event Description: Maine Death Records, 1617-1922 BYARD, Edward Alphonso (I12280)
 
345 Event Description: Maine Record of Death TRUSSELL, Maria (I12272)
 
346 Event Description: Mrytle Grove Cem.,HUMBOLDT COUNTY, CALIFORNIA DEATH RECORDS.Abstracts of Books 1 & 2, 1873 - 1925, Volumes I & II." Compiled byMarilyn Keach Milota, Published by The Humboldt County GenealogicalSociety, January, 1993 BYARD, Henry Florentine (I7132)
 
347 Event Description: Mt. Washington Cem BREWSTER, Madge Irma (I11086)
 
348 Event Description: Myrtle Hill Memorial Park HICKS, Rosie (BYARD) (I9335)
 
349 Event Description: Newspaper notice of death BYARD, Robert Edward (I12262)
 
350 Event Description: North View Cem HIGGINBOTHAM, Lillie Gay (I10957)
 
351 Event Description: North View Cem FLUHARTY, Walter (I11192)
 
352 Event Description: Not Linwood Cem, Dubuque, Dubuque, Ia BYARD, James Fredrick (I11911)
 
353 Event Description: OHIO MAMM2 USNR WWII BYARD, Homer Coleman (I13993)
 
354 Event Description: Paralysis BYARD, Jessie (I11334)
 
355 Event Description: Penn Lincoln Memorial Park KRAMER, Mathias L. (I9594)
 
356 Event Description: Pleasant View Baptist Church BYARD, Emiel Douglas (I11759)
 
357 Event Description: Pleasant View Baptist Church BYARD, Ben (I11821)
 
358 Event Description: Probably 1838 Mar, 2, 353 BYARD, Sarah Ann (I909)
 
359 Event Description: Probably 1847 Mar, 2, 485 BYARD, Jane Ann (I911)
 
360 Event Description: Pulmonary Congestion BYARD, Jeremiah (I9616)
 
361 Event Description: Registration Year: 1860 Registration Place: Westbury, TasmaniaRegistration Number: 2332 COOK, Kate Rose (I7843)
 
362 Event Description: Registration Year: 1898 Registration Place: Deloraine, TasmaniaRegistration Number: 129 COOKE, Thomas Knight (I7852)
 
363 Event Description: Rest-Haven Memorial Park BYARD, John Henry (I6737)
 
364 Event Description: Rest-Haven Memorial Park LEE, Lais Gertrude (I12199)
 
365 Event Description: Restlawn Memorial Gardens DOGGETT, Paulette E. (I9959)
 
366 Event Description: Rose Hills Memorial Park BYARD, Charles William (I14245)
 
367 Event Description: Rosehill Cem BYARD, James Harry Gerald (I14859)
 
368 Event Description: Same day as hubby? JOHNSON, Pearl Miriam (I5803)
 
369 Event Description: Section 64 Site 1814 SMALL, Dorothy (I13835)
 
370 Event Description: Sedgwick's vital records BYARD, George Augustus (I12264)
 
371 Event Description: Sedgwick's vital records BYARD, Hezekiah Dodge (I12271)
 
372 Event Description: Sedgwick's vital records TRUSSELL, Maria (I12272)
 
373 Event Description: Sedgwick's vital records EATON, Judith (I12277)
 
374 Event Description: Sedgwick's vital records EATON, Judith (I12277)
 
375 Event Description: Sedgwick's vital records BYARD, Nellie L (I12278)
 
376 Event Description: Sedgwick's vital records BYARD, Eva Georgine (I12279)
 
377 Event Description: Sedgwick's vital records BYARD, Edward Alphonso (I12280)
 
378 Event Description: Sedgwick's vital records BYARD, James Pearl (I12281)
 
379 Event Description: Sedgwick's vital records GLOVER, Abigail (I12284)
 
380 Event Description: Sedgwick's vital records HALE, Eunice (I12285)
 
381 Event Description: Sedgwick's vital records BYARD, Jonathan (I12287)
 
382 Event Description: Sedgwick's vital records BYARD, Moses Eaton (I12288)
 
383 Event Description: Sedgwick's vital records BYARD, Moses Eaton (I12288)
 
384 Event Description: Sedgwick's vital records BYARD, John (I12289)
 
385 Event Description: Sedgwick's vital records BYARD, John (I12289)
 
386 Event Description: Sedgwick's vital records BYARD, Judith (I12290)
 
387 Event Description: Sedgwick's vital records BYARD, Eunice (I12948)
 
388 Event Description: Sedgwick's Vital Records state that Robert died in February, 1814 buttwo descendants who have seen his gravestone agree that the date isMarch 2. BYARD, Robert (I12283)
 
389 Event Description: See Comments BYARD, Eunice (I12948)
 
390 Event Description: Sienna Woods Nursing Home PARSONS, Juanita (I12414)
 
391 Event Description: Snodgrass Cem BYARD, Lula May (I11061)
 
392 Event Description: Some Deaths and Burials in Humboldt Co. California 1852-1905 by theRedwood Genealogical Society, Fortuna, Humboldt County, California. INGRAM, Agnes (I12265)
 
393 Event Description: Some Deaths and Burials in Humboldt Co. California 1852-1905 by theRedwood Genealogical Society, Fortuna, Humboldt County, California. BYARD, Greta E. (I12266)
 
394 Event Description: South Fulton Hospital BYARD, Milton Alexander (I8382)
 
395 Event Description: TAS BDM 1059/1884 BYARD, Gertrude Emma (I7919)
 
396 Event Description: TAS BDM 1183/1887 BYARD, Frederick Herbert Sale (I7896)
 
397 Event Description: TAS BDM 1002/1882 BYARD, Mabel Kate (I7930)
 
398 Event Description: TAS BDM 1101/1889 BYARD, Linda May (I7885)
 
399 Event Description: TAS BDM 1243/1891 BYARD, Benjamin Ira (I7874)
 
400 Event Description: TAS BDM 0044/1913  BYARD, Gertrude Emma (I7919)
 
401 Event Description: Unlikely, father only 7! BYARD, Cyrus H. (I11343)
 
402 Event Description: Upland Heights BYARD, Mary Jane (I8768)
 
403 Event Description: VA or WV BYARD, Bennett (I12111)
 
404 Event Description: Valhalla Memorial Park BYARD, Raymond Alexander (I14578)
 
405 Event Description: Valhalla Memorial Park, F450 BYARD, Raymond Alexander (I14578)
 
406 Event Description: Vital records of Sedgwick BYARD, Frances "Fanny" Maria (I12282)
 
407 Event Description: Ward 2 MARTIN, Claire Mae (I10926)
 
408 Event Description: Wetzel County Hospital BYARD, Annie Rachel (I11160)
 
409 Event Description: Willey Cem FLUHARTY, Edward Newton (I11201)
 
410 Event Description: World War 2 BYARD, Charles Seddon (I7882)
 
411 Event Description: World War One GOAD, Sydney (I7417)
 
412 Event Description: www.findagrave.com HALE, Eunice (I12285)
 
413 Event Description: www.findagrave.com/Sunrise Cem., BYARD, Robert Edward (I12262)
 
414 Event Description: Young MORRISON, James Robert Alexander (I7120)
 
415 Everett M. Byard, age 78, of Peoria passed away Thursday, Nov. 20, 2008, at 7:55 a.m. at his residence.

He was born March 20, 1930, in Peoria to Earl J. and Ethel (Macklin) Byard.
He married Marilyn Patten on Jan. 5, 1955, in Peoria.

She survives, along with four daughters,
Carol Parrish of Peoria,
Margaret Michels of Peoria,
Betty (Joe) Dobbs of Pekin and
Kimberly (Bill) Buffington of Creve Coeur;
one sister, Eileen Majors of Peoria;
five grandchildren; and
three great-grandchildren.

He was preceded in death by one brother, Earl Byard; one sister, Elinor Goggil; and one half brother, Howard Hageman.

Everett worked at Keystone Steel and Wire in Bartonville for 34 years, retiring in 1987.
He was a member of the Peoria Eagles and Glad Tidings Assembly of God Church in East Peoria.
Funeral services will be at 11 a.m. Monday, Nov. 24, 2008, at Glad Tidings Assembly of God Church in East Peoria. The Rev. Fred Doughty will officiate. Visitation will be from 4 to 6 p.m. this evening at Davison-Fulton Woodland Chapel in Peoria. Additional visitation will be one hour prior to the services Monday at the church. Burial will be in Parkview Cemetery in Peoria.
Memorials may be made to the American Heart Association or the American Cancer Society .
Online tributes may be made at www.mem.com.

 
BYARD, Everett Macklin (I10495)
 
416 Everett W. Byard "Buddy," 69, passed away on Wednesday, Nov. 3, 2010, at CentraState Medical Center in Freehold. Visitation will take place on Sunday, Nov. 7, 2010, from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. at the John E. Day Funeral Home, 85 Riverside Ave., Red Bank, N.J. 07701. A funeral service will follow at 2 p.m. at the funeral home chapel. Interment will remain private. Please visit Buddy's memorial website at www.johnedayfuneralhome.com. Buddy was born in Plainfield and most recently resided in Matawan. He worked as a carpenter for Local 155, and was a member of the Central Jersey Elks. Buddy loved to travel and play pool in his free time. He was predeceased by his wife, Karen (Deptula) Byard. Surviving are his son, Steve Sleeper and his wife, Mary, of Cicero, N.Y.; his daughters, Nina Byard of Atlantic Highlands and Denise Bordeau and her husband, Jim, of Virginia Beach; his brother, William Byard, and his sister, Evelyn Hoops, and his loving grandchildren.
Published in Star-Ledger on November 5, 2010
 
BYARD, Everett W. (I11230)
 
417 Father a mason BYARD, George William Henry (I1665)
 
418 Fern Topham Byard 1920 ~ 2010 Our beloved Mom, Grandma, Great-Grandma, sister, and aunt,

Fern Topham Byard passed away on Feb. 22, 2010 at the age of 89. Mom was born to Pearl Garfield and Melvin Topham in York, Juab County, Utah on May 17, 1920.
She married Rex J. Byard November 24, 1941 in Pasadena, California. Their marriage was later solemnized in the Jordan River Temple.
She was a hard worker, a wonderful homemaker and a beautiful gardener. Her yard was admired by many friends and neighbors. She had a wonderful sense of humor bringing smiles to the faces of family and friends.

She is preceded in death by her husband, parents, two brothers and one sisters.
She leaves behind two daughters,
Ann Young (John) and
Kay Gagon (LaMar),
seven grandchildren,
25 great-grandchildren, four sisters,
two sisters-in-law, and
two brothers-in-law.

Funeral services will be held at Sundberg-Olpin Mortuary, 495 South State Street, Orem, UT on Thursday, February 25, 2010 at 12 noon. A viewing will be held at the mortuary from 10 to 11:45 on Thursday prior to the services. The family would like to thank all of her friends and staff at Legacy House Assisted Living and also Sunbrook Hospice for all of their loving care and support. Condolences may be sent to the family at www.sundbergolpinmortuary.com


Published in Deseret News on Feb. 23, 2010 - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/deseretnews/obituary.aspx?n=FERN-BYARD&pid=139947198#sthash.WLajzGVx.dpuf 
TOPHAM, Fern (I11236)
 
419 Ferndale Enterprise:
G.W. Byard, a pioneer resident of Ferndale, died last Sunday at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Georgia Flowers, in Fortuna. He had been in failing health for a long time past. Decedent was born in Ohio in 1835, being 86 years old at the time of his death. He resided in Ferndale for many years, afterwards going to Florida, where he lived for a few years. He returned to California several years ago and spent some time in Oakland, then coming to Fortuna, where he remained until his death. He was a veteran of the Civil War. He is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Georgia Flowers of Fortuna and Mrs. L. D. Boyton of Oakalnd.Internment was in the Ferndale Cemetery.

Family links:
Spouse:
Mary Ellen Chamberlain Byard (1839 - 1933)

Children:
Emmie Byard Meade (1859 - 1901)*
Allie E. Byard Fuller (1868 - 1892)*

*Calculated relationship

Burial:
Ferndale Cemetery
Ferndale
Humboldt County
California, USA 
BYARD, George Washington (I14300)
 
420 First husband died and second was his brother.

Living in Canada 1928 
WOODHALL, Annie Elizabeth (I7156)
 
421 First Presbyterian Church Family F3280
 
422 Floyd "Mickey" Byard 75, passed on August 15, 2012.

Survived by wife, Cynthia Byard;

children, Raymond Byard, Beverly Villanueva, Barbara Fuhrman and William La Grange.

Arrangements by DESERT ROSE CREMATION AND BURIAL.
 
BYARD, Floyd Leroy (I13314)
 
423 Forrest J. Byard, 80, a former resident of Mt. Vernon, and late of Urbana, died at 12:15 a.m. Monday in Burnham Hospital in Champaign. He was a maintenance man at Mr. Vernon High School before his retirement.

Mr. Byard was born in Jefferson County Sept. 5, 1901, the son of William H. and Lillian E. (Seward) Byard. On Feb. 18, 1939, in Mt. Vernon, he married Nina Wells Tittle, and she survives.

Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Hughey Funeral Home with
J. Howard Kraps officiating. Burial will follow in South Hickory Hill Cemetery.

Friends may call after 6 p.m. today at the funeral home.

Mr. Byard was a member of the Central Church of Christ and Mt. Vernon Masonic
Lodge No. 31 A. F. and A. M.

In addition to his wife, survivors include two sons, Darrell Byard of Chicago
Heights and Terrell Tittle of Urbana; four grandchildren; two great-grandchildren;
one brother, Virgil Byard of Mt. Vernon; one sister, Myrtle Byard of Mt. Vernon and
two nieces.

Mr. Byard was preceded in death by one brother, one sister, his parents and an
infant daughter.
 
BYARD, Forrest James Lewis (I10564)
 
424 Frank Hollis Byard, 82, of Adelanto passed away December 3, 2003, at Victorville Community Hospital, Victorville.

Frank was born February 8, 1921, in Minneapolis, MN.
He was a retired aircraft mechanic and inspector with McDonnell-Douglas Corp., and had worked in the aircraft industry for 40 years.
He is survived by many friends and was preceded in death by his mother, Laura Kellogg Byard in 1979; whom he resided with for many years.
Graveside services will be held at 3 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 22 at Bellevue Memorial Park, Ontario.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be sent in memory of Frank H. Byard to: Montclair Meals On Wheels, P.O. Box 2514, Montclair, CA 91763. Pierce Bros. Griffith Mortuary is handling arrangements.
Published in the Inland Valley Daily Bulletin on 1/21/2004. 
BYARD, Frank Hollis (I6395)
 
425 Frederick Bruce Byard, 71, of Raleigh, went home to be with his Lord and Savior Jesus Christ on October 27, 2015.

He was born June 6, 1944 in Charleston, SC to the late Adam Frederick and Kathleen Byard.

He is survived by his
wife, Barbara Byard,
children, Tracy Coombes and husband, David
& Kelly Stewart and husband, Wes,
grandchildren; Tyler, Kyle, Shelby, and Travis.

He served his country for 21 ½ years in the U.S. Army. After retiring from the Army, he served as Vice President of Johnson Controls. He enjoyed being a Deacon at Christ Baptist Church in Raleigh.

His family will receive friends on Thursday, October 29 from 6:00-8:00 p.m. at Brown-Wynne Funeral Home, 1701 E. Millbrook Rd., Raleigh NC 27609.
Funeral Service will be Friday, October 30, at 10:00 a.m. at Christ Baptist Church, 400 Newton Rd., Raleigh NC 27615.
Interment will follow at Raleigh Memorial Park, Glenwood Ave, Raleigh NC, with military honors.

Condolences may be sent to the family at www.BrownWynne.com
 
BYARD, Frederick Bruce (I14091)
 
426 From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Edith Yorke (23 December 1867 - 28 July 1934) was an English actress of the silent era. She appeared in 65 films between 1919 and 1933.

She was born in Derby, Derbyshire, England under the name Edith Murgatroyd and the family later moved to Croydon, Surrey (near London) but Edith left a more comfortable life behind to return to Derby, where she taught destitute children in a local workhouse. She married Robert Byard and emigrated with him and their children to the US in 1902, becoming a film actress in her 50s, mainly in supporting roles. Her daughter also worked for a time as an actress in films, and her son became a violinist with a symphony orchestra. She developed curvature of the spine as a result of working under the excessively hot studio lights and died in Southgate, California.

Edith Yorke, my grandmother's cousin, made over 60 films, beginning around 1919, and in 1920 she worked in at least 5 films released that year. By this time, she would have been about 53 years old and had been in America for 18 years. As far as we can tell, she had no acting experience before she left England, although it's possible she may have been in an amateur group for which there are no records. She seems to have gone first to Montreal, then travelled to Washington State,where the family appear in Wilkeson, Pierce Co., Washington on the 1910 US census. But by the 1920 census, Edith and her daughter Freda Byard are living in California, and both are recorded as movie actresses. I've not found any films in which Freda worked, but of course, like Edith, she may have used a different name. Edith's father's family seem to have come from Yorkshire, so perhaps that's why she chose the name Yorke. According to the IMDB, Edith acted in The Doctor and the Bricklayer(1919), followed by The False Road, Below the Surface, Homespun Folks, The Jailbird, and Love(all released 1920). These would probably have been shorts. In 1923, she played the character of Mrs Seddon, in Souls for Sale, a movie about Hollywood itself, which guest-starred Charlie Chaplin among others. Confusingly, in 1925, she made a film with a similar title, called Souls for Sables. She also made a film with Chaplin's brother, Sidney, called Oh, What a Nurse!, which sounds suspiciously like a proto-ptype Carry On movie. That same year she starred in the very first silent version of Phantom of the Opera, with Lon Chaney, in which she played Mama Valerius, the wife of the heroine, Christine's, teacher and mentor. Sometimes her name appears on the credits for this, sometimes not, but although I have seen it on video, a great deal of the footage has been lost due to film deterioration, and it's hard to establish which character is her. Her most important role seems to have been in Belle of Broadway(1926) in which she plays a fading Parisian stage star who has once been great but is now in decline, playing bit parts on Broadway. Her life becomes entangled with that of a young drama student who resembles her in her glory days, and it gets very melodramatic, but seems to end happily. In The Valiant(1929)another highly dramatic role, she plays the mother of the up and coming Paul Muni, in the story of a man accused of murder. All in all, Edith played a lot of mothers, and I believe she did it very well! The only film anyone of my family could remember seeing was Seven keys to Baldpate, a creepy old house movie which was filmed several times and had also been a popular stage play. In this version, made in 1925, she played eccentric housekeeper, Mrs Quimby. In 1930, she played yet another mother in City Girl, directed by great European director FW Murnau. This film was also known as Our Daily Bread. Her last known performance was in Luxury Liner in 1933, a year before she died, for which she seems to have been uncredited. Sometimes she used different spellings of her name, and also acted under her married name, Edith Byard. I don't know if Freda continued in acting, but it seems probable that she may have been just a young hopeful waiting outside the studio gates in hopes of being spotted. Possibly, she may have been chaperoned by her mother, Edith, as often happened in those days.(There's a certain irony in the fact that it was her fifty-plus mum who became the movie actress, but then, I've been upstaged for a TV interview by my own cat!) Freda married Kenneth A.Chryst (who we believe was also trying, at the time, to get into movies) in 1923, for a while remaining in California, and they moved eventually to Seattle, where they had a family, and their descendants may well still be in the area today. Her son, Robert Frank Byard, became a violinist in a symphony orchestra, after serving in the Canadian Army in World War One. Kenneth Chryst was also a violinist, but in 1930 is recorded as being a clerk in a movie studio. Edith's husband, Robert, seems to have had fluctuating fortunes, and they obviously didn't live together all the time, but he was in California for Freda's wedding in 1923. Edith died in 1934, I was told many years ago, of curvature of the spine, brought on by constant working under the dangerously hot studio lights they used then. She visited my grandmother's home in Derby in the 1920s or early 1930s on one of several trips to England, and my mother and her younger brother(today aged over 90) remembered meeting her. He remembered her telling him that if she was required to cry in a role, the director made a point of being really nasty to her that day - she was highly sensitive and it never failed. Mean, but an example of early Method acting presumably! I've only recently had Edith's Derby origins positively confirmed, as the IMDB stated she was born in Croydon, Surrey,under the name of Byard, and I had found an Edith Byard who was there at the right time. However, this turned out to be a completely different person, who coincidentally,like Edith, had been a schoolmistress, and also lived in different parts of London. The only minor family connection with Croydon was myself, since my third stage play Dressing Up was premiered at Croydon Warehouse Theatre in 1986. I attended rehearsals and performances there, not knowing then of Edith's connection, but at least the connection for both of us was a theatrical one. Another member of our family is also in television. I hope Edith would have been pleased! She seems to have been an interesting and enterprising lady and I'm sorry I never knew her. Brenda Ray, 2009.

Edith Yorke was a relative of my grandmother, Lilian Maude Neal(nee Shotton) and was born in Derby, England, in 1867. I have still been unable to establish the exact relationship with my grandmother. The IMDB quotes her birthplace as Croydon, but this is incorrect. Edith was born in Derby, as Edith Murgatroyd, where her parents lived at 98, Oxford Street. Oxford Street is still there(January 2009)but the older houses have gone and much of it is now a carpark for the Derbyshire Royal Infirmary. It's a street not far from Derby Station, in the(then heavily industrial) area of Litchurch. Edith was christened at St Andrews Church, Litchurch, Derby, in 1868, a massive Victorian church known as the Railway Church, on London Road, which was demolished in 1970. Her parents had previously lived at Nelson Terrace, between London Road and Midland Road, at the bottom of Nelson Street, which like the site of st Andrews,is now mostly occupied by the Postal Sorting Office, and though it is still marked on maps,is actually mostly private roadway belonging to the Post Office. A bit of Nelson Terrace does remain, according to the man on the gate there, and is attached to the back of the Midland Hotel. Edith's family moved to South Hackney(1871 census) and then to Croydon(1881 census). Her father James Murgatroyd was a coal merchant of some kind(described rather quaintly as "traveller for colliery")and Edith had moved back to Derby by 1891, where she is described as "teacher in Workhouse" on the census, aged 23. This would be the Rowditch, Uttoxeter Rd. workhouse which later became the Manor Hospital, and was demolished in the 1990s. (Curiously, I've recently learned that the Royal Crown Derby Porcelain factory which faces exactly down Oxford St. was originally a workhouse, which it would have been when Edith was a child. Could this have influenced Edith's decision to work in such a place, as she must have grown up within sight of workhouse children?) An Aldi supermarket, a pub and hotel(The Mallard & Travelodge) now stand on the site of the Rowditch workhouse,with some modern flats behind them. In 1894, she married Robert Byard at Christ Church in Croydon, although Robert was also from Derby (Mackworth)and was described as a wheelwright, but perhaps Edith's parents were still living in Croydon, as her brother James Oswald Murgatroyd was also married there some time later. James Oswald Murgatroyd is later described as Captain Murgatroyd, and lived in Beckenham, Kent, and he and Edith seem to have exchanged visits friom one side of the Atlantic to the other several times. By 1901, Edith and Robert have 2 children and are living back in Derby at 183 Parliament St. Parliament Street is also still there, under the shadow of another massive Victorian Church, St Lukes, whose curious saddle-back tower still looms over the Uttoxeter Road-Stockbrook St area of Derby.(see photo) However, some of Parliament St has been demolished, as was much of Stockbrook St., not now a very nice area. Some of the land has been grassed over. All the older houses where Edith lived have gone. Edith's mother, Marian(Mary Ann)Murgatroyd is living with them, so perhaps her father had died. Interestingly, Edith's children were born in Kilburn(Derbyshire, not London)Robert Frank Byard in 1896 and Freda Grace Margaret Byard in 1899, so there may be a family connection with Kilburn, which is near Belper. However, in 1902, Edith and Robert and children arrive the USA and a whole new chapter opens up....

Nb It seems they went first to Montreal,as often happened with emigrants from England, where they arrived in 1901, so presumably this was later in the year, as the UK census would have been taken in the Spring. They were in Washington State by 1902.
 
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427 Fulton-John R. Byard, 80, of Towpath Towers, 100 Rochester St., Fulton, died Thursday, Feb. 11, 1999, at A.L. Lee Memorial Hospital, Fulton.
He was the son of trial attorney, Mr. and Mrs. James J. Byard Jr. A native of Cooperstown.
He resided in Oneonta, and had also resided in Rochester, Liverpool and Pennellville before moving to Fulton in 1983.
He was a graduate of Oneonta State Teachers College at Oneonta, where he received his teaching certificate in 1940.
Mr. Byard was a member of State Street United Methodist Church, Fulton. He was a life member of VFW Post 569, Fulton and the American Legion Post in Oneonta. He was a membr of Elks Lodge 830 and Moose Lodge 1280, both in Fulton; the SUNY at Oneonta Alumni Association; Fulton Historical Society and served on the board of directors of the Oswego County Historical Association.
He was a social member of the Polish Home and the Italian American Club, both in Fulton. He had served as town of Granby historian for more than 10 years. He was an Army veteran of World War II, serving with the 3rd Army in the European Theater of Operations, where he received the Silver Star medal for valor by destroying a German tank single-handedly.
John is survived by his wife, Dorothy I. Byard of Fulton; six children, all graduates of Cornell University: four sisters, Gertrude Lebouf and Panny Hill, both of Lakeland, Fla., Harriet Van Woert of Oneonta and Mary B. Ness of Spiceland, Ind.; eight grandchildren; a great-grandson; and several nieces and nephews. 
BYARD, John Richard (I12775)
 
428 Funeral Service at Ecclesall Parish Church followed by cremation at Hutcliffe BYARD, Elsie May (I1140)
 
429 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I12214)
 
430 General Register Office, England and Wales Civil Registration Indexes, London, England: General Register Office Source (S116)
 
431 General Register Office, England and Wales Civil Registration Indexes, London, England: General Register Office Source (S118)
 
432 General Register Office, England and Wales Civil Registration Indexes, London, England: General Register Office Source (S117)
 
433 General Register Office, England and Wales Civil Registration Indexes, London, England: General Register Office Source (S122)
 
434 General Register Office, England and Wales Civil Registration Indexes, London, England: General Register Office Source (S119)
 
435 General Section BYARD, Persis Joshua (I8112)
 
436 George Augustus and Agnes (Ingram) Byard were my GGGrandparents and became the ancestors for the northern California Byards who were many for years but have now dwindled to a few.

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1850 US Census for Sedgwick, Hancock County, Maine - August 13, 1850

George, age 15, lived with his parents and siblings. He and his brothers and sisters were all students except for Eva who was about three years old. George was also listed as a farmer, helping his father on their farm.

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1860 U. S. Federal Census for Sedgwick, Hancock, Maine - June 19, 1860

George, age 25, was living at home with his parents. The census taker wrote that George

was a farmer but I believe that George was not at home when the census taker arrived and I base my opinion on a bit of biography that follows:

History of Humboldt County, California : with biographical sketches of the leading men and women of the county who have been identified with its growth and development from the early days to the present Los Angeles, Calif.: Historic Record Co., 1915, 1297 pgs. Leigh H. Irvine, author

On page 678, Mr. Irvine wrote an article about George's son, Robert Edward Byard, but had this to say about George, himself:

".....George Augustus Byard is a native of Maine....When he was very young, he left home to follow the fortunes of the sea....following in the footsteps of his forebears, his father having been a sailor all of his life and the son of a sailor. He followed the sea for a period of nine years, from the time he was fourteen until he was twenty-three. In October of 1858, he left Boston on a sailing vessel bound for the California coast, rounding the Horn (Cape Horn off the southern tip of Chili in South America) and arriving in San Francisco in the spring of 1859."

"At this time, he gave up the life of a sailor and went to work in the woods of Marin County, later engaging in the wood business for himself. In 1865, he removed his family to Humboldt County and for the first two years worked for George A. Kellogg in the woods. In 1867, he purchased a farm at Fortuna, where he resided until his death on March 3, 1915, and was for many years engaged in dairying and diversified farming, owning one of the best farms in the valley. He had been interested in the political affairs of the country all his life, was a staunch Republican in his political affiliations and was progressive and well-informed on all questions of public interest, both local and national."

My notes: In the 1860s, in Marin County (north across the Golden Gate Bridge which didn't exist back then) there was ample opportunity to find employment in the lumber business. Stands of Redwood were everywhere and lumber was shipped over to San Francisco via schooners and barges, according to the Marin Journal, published on August 27, 1864.

Mr. Irvine also wrote that in 1862 in San Francisco, George married Agnes Ingram, born in Ireland, who lived with her family in the little town of Bolinas in Marin County where her father was a farmer.

I think George met Agnes when he sailed to Bolinas to pick up wood to transport back to San Francisco and then, eventually, settled there for awhile.

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U.S., Civil War Draft Registrations Records, 1863-1865 - July 1, 1863

George, age 28, and his brother, James, age 25, both mariners, were living in Bolinas. George was now a married man while James was still single. James at some point went back home to Maine.

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1870 U.S. Federal Census for Eel River Township, Humboldt County, California - 23 July, 1870

(Post Office was at Rohnerville)

George, 35 years old, was head of the household and worked on his farm. He valued his real estate at $4,000 and his personal property at $1,800. In the home were his wife, two little sons and two little daughters, plus his younger brother, Henry Florentin Byard who apparently was living with him at that time.

My notes: In 1874, Eel River changed its name to Rohnerville in honor of the founder, Henry Rohner, the immigrant from Switzerland. Rohnerville is just over 2 miles southeast of Fortuna.

1880 U. S. Federal Census for Rohnerville Twp., Humboldt, California - June 9, 1880

George, age 45, married and the head of the household was a farmer. Living with him were his wife and six children.

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Selected U.S. Federal Census Non-Population Schedules, 1850-1880 Record for George A Byard - Agriculture

Productions of Agriculture in the town of Rohnerville Township in Humboldt County enumerated on the dates of June 10th & 11th, 1880

George was the owner of 55 acres of land that were tilled, including fallow and grass in rotation (whether pasture or meadow). He owned 15 acres of permanent meadows, permanent pastures, orchards or vineyards; he owned 90 acres of woodland and forest. The worth of his farm, including land, fences and buildings was $4,000; he owned $300 worth of farming implements and machinery; $350 worth of live stock. George paid $50 in wages for farm labor during 1879, which included the value of board and he'd hired labor for five weeks during 1879. The estimated value of all farm productions (sold, consumed or on hand) for 1879 was $700. Under "Grasslands" for 1879, 12 acres had been mown and he harvested 48 tons of hay that year.

On June 1, 1880, he had five horses off all ages on hand, no mules and 4 milk cows and 3 "other." In 1879. Under "Neat Cattle and Their Products" 4 calves had been born and and 3

steers had been slaughtered. In 1879, 360 lbs. of butter had been made on the farm.

On June 1, 1880, George had 36 barn yard poultry (not counting spring hatchlings) and he owned 23 pigs. In 1879, 200 dozen eggs had been produced.

Under the heading of "Cereals" for 1879, George had 10 acres of barley which produced a crop of 600 bushels; he had no buckwheat and no Indian Corn but had 6 acres of oats which produced a crop of 300 bushels. Four acres of wheat produced a crop of 84 bushels.

In 1879, under the heading of Pulse he had 150 bushels of Canada peas, dry, and 2 bushels of beans (dry). In 1879, George grew Irish Potatoes on an acre of land which produced a crop of 150 bushels.

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Sacramento Daily Record-Union. (Sacramento [Calif.]) 1875-1891, August 27, 1890, Image 3

"Govenor Waterman yesterday appointed George A. Byard of Humboldt County, a Director of the Board of Agriculture for District No. 9, vice Wyman Murphy, resigned."

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TRANSACTIONS OF THE CALIFORNIA STATE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY

DURING THE YEAR 1891, Published in 1892 in Sacramento, California

Page 10 - "AGRICULTURAL DISTRICTS" consisted of California counties: No, 9 included Del Norte and Humboldt counties.

Page 464 - George Byard, residing in Fortuna, (Humboldt County) was listed as one of the "Directors of the Association"

Page 465 - "Rohnerville, CAL., December 1, 1891

To the honorable the State Board of Agriculture (in Sacramento): Gentlemen: The Directors of the Ninth District Agricultural Association submit this, their report of the transactions of said association, for the year ending this date." Signed by George Underwood, Secretary.

Page 466 - TRANSACTIONS OF NINTH DISTRICT ASSOCIATION - PREMIUMS AWARDED - 1891

The list of transactions begins with the type of exhibits (first the "Live Stock Department"), the name of the exhibitor (and the town where he resides) and the award paid out to him/her.

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In the Agricultural Department, George Byard was awarded $2 for the "Best six stalks corn" and in the Horticultural Department's "Fresh Fruits" exhibit, George was awarded $3 for "Best display of pears" and $3 for "Best display of peaches."

Obviously, this was a county fair but I haven't found in which month and town it was held.

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1900 U. S. Federal Census for Rohnerville Twp., Humboldt, California - 23 June, 1900

George, age 65, was now a widower and was described as a farm laborer. He owned his own home, free and clear and his daughter Eleanor ("Nettie"), age 21 and single, lived with him. After Agnes died, he never re-married.

1910 U. S. Federal Census for Rohnerville Twp., Humboldt, California - 11 May, 1910

George was head of the household, age 75 and for occupation he had his "own income." George's sons, George, Arthur and William were living with him and all of the sons were employed at the time of the census.

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The cause of George's death, at the age of 80 years, was pneumonia. His death date was listed as 3 March, 1915.

Source: Humboldt County Abstracts of Death Records, 1873-1925 Compiled by Marilyn Keach Milota, January 1993.

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An e-mail from a lady in Humboldt County who volunteered to look for some of my Byard relatives:

"Agnes and George A Byard are both buried at Sunrise Cemetery in Fortuna. It's also known as the Newberg Cemetery." 
BYARD, George Augustus (I12264)
 
437 George E. Byard 82, Greenfield, died Sunday, January 30, 2005.

He was born July 22, 1922. Mr. Byard was a supervisor for Eli Lilly, retiring in 1980. He was a member of First Church of the Nazarene, Greenfield and Eli Lilly Legion.
Mr. Byard was a graduate of Avon High School in 1940 and attended Butler University. He was an Army veteran of World War II.
Services and calling will be private.
Memorial contributions may be made to the First Church of the Nazarene of Greenfield.

Survivors include wife Martha (Nelson) Byard, Greenfield; son Jeffery Byard, Hartford City, IN; daughter Diana McMurtery of Mississippi; granddaughters Denise Sims, Shelbyville, Samantha Belcher, Alabama; great-grandchildren Amanda Sims, Breanna Sims, both of Shelbyville. He was preceded in death by Horace V. Byard, Ethel (Curry) Byard, Rosemary Porter, Horace E. Byard. Arrangements by Pasco-Stillinger Funeral Home, Greenfield.
 
BYARD, George E. (I14211)
 
438 George was 75 years old when he died. He lived in Hancock County, West Virginia. He died in East Liverpool City Hospital, Columbinana County Ohio. He was widowed, he had a 6 grade education and his occupation was listed as Supervisors, production occupations in the industry of Blast furnaces, steelworks, rolling and finishing mills.
George married Katheryn "Kate" Neff March 06,1937 in Inka, Tyler County, WV. 
BYARD, George Martin (I10041)
 
439 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F2568
 
440 Gospel Hall Family F2835
 
441 Gridley Herald, The (CA) - Wednesday, April 18, 2007
Deceased Name: HERSCHEL A. BYARD
Herschel A. Byard of Gridley passed away from this world on April 12, 2007, at Biggs-Gridley Memorial Hospital in Gridley of natural causes. 'Toby", as he was known, was born in Clarksville, Tennessee on April 22, 1923 and came to California with his family of nine in 1930 and settled in the Eureka area.

In the 1940's, Toby moved to San Francisco where he worked as a commercial painter until he retired in 1979.

Friends and family who knew Toby will always remember him for his great sense of humor, his quick wit, his love of dancing, as well as his love of traveling. He was a man who touched many hearts and made many friends along his journey through this life.

Toby was a member of the Gridley Moose Lodge #1594, Painters Local 4 of San Francisco and the Golden Roadrunners Dance Club in Yuma, Arizona where Toby and Cay spent winter months for 21 years. Toby was loved by all who knew him and will sorely be missed.

He was preceded in death by his four sisters and two brothers.

He is survived by his wife of 21 years, Catherine Byard of Gridley; his son, Alan Byard of San Francisco, CA and a daughter, Darlene Longley of Oregon. He is also survived by his grandchildren; Samantha Longley and Vanessa Longley of Oregon and step-grandson Michael Dehoff of Gridley; two sisters, Tina Silvestrini of Durham, CA and Dorothy Franklin of Colorado as well as many nieces and nephews.

Services were held Monday, April 16, 2007.

Contributions to the American Cancer Society are suggested by the family

and may be left in care of Gridley-Block Funeral Chapel.

Arrangements were entrusted to Gridley-Block Funeral Chapel.

Mother :

Ida Minnie Hughes 27 Mar 1888 - 12 Sep 1959 , after Willie died she later married
Gustave Hubert 1887 - 1950
&
HW Walker

Family links:
Parents:
William D Byard (1888 - 1928)

Burial:
Olivet Memorial Park
Colma
San Mateo County
California, USA 
BYARD, Herschel Alexander (I9787)
 
442 GUSTAVUS - Ralph Edward Byard, 77, entered peacefully into eternal life at 4:21 a.m. Saturday, June 16, 2012, at his residence and with family at his side, following a short-term illness.

Ralph was born May 1, 1935, in Bellaire, Belmont County, the son of the late Lee Garrison and Martha Belle Ryan Byard.

Ralph first worked carrying the Bellaire Times Leader newspaper by bicycle, followed by being a "shake-out boy" at Bellaire Stove Co. by emptying and cleaning molds for coal and wood-burning stove parts at the end of the day for about a year, then at G.C. Murphy in Wheeling, W.Va., over Christmas 1952.

His family moved to Farmington in March 1953. He then worked at Deemer's Service in Bristolville as a gas station attendant until 1955. He was finally employed by the Copperweld Steel Co. in Warren from July 8, 1955, first on the labor gang, then running the scrap baler, followed by burning scrap. He finished out the last 30 years of his career as a craneman on Aug. 8, 1999, with a total of 44 years.

He was an active member of First Congregational Church in Wayne, where he served as a trustee.

In 1956, he moved his growing family to a small farm in West Mecca. He enjoyed the country life and raised his family to enjoy and also respect it. He was an active leader / adviser in the local Cub and Boy Scouts and the Silver Spurs 4-H horsemanship club, with all his children.

He moved to his Gustavus home in December 1979. He was the type of father who would drop whatever he was doing at the time to help any of his children with any problem.

His interests included family activities and attending shows featuring antique engines and tractors.

He is survived by his wife, the former Dorothy "Dottie" Marie Holko, whom he met and subsequently married in Bristolville on June 11, 1955; four children, Edward (Kathryn) of East Palestine, David (Wendy) of Gustavus, Melinda (Christopher) Olszak of Orwell, and Kerry (Marian) of Sherman, N.Y.; 15 grandchildren, Christian (Marya), Philip, Aaron, Samuel, Racheal, Lydia, Isaac, Seth and Hannah Byard, Maxwell and Chloe Olszak, Laurie (Kevin) Norris of McKinney, Texas, John (Kimberly) Battaglini of Salem, Kimberly (Lance) Huffman of Rogers, Ark., and Rebecca (Jason) Trebus of East Palestine; seven great-grandchildren, Benjamin, Jackson and Sophia Battaglini, Jacob Norris, Emma Huffman, Libby Trebus and Owen Trocheck; one brother, Lee Glenn (Elaine) of Southington; and three sisters, Ruth (Richard) Cassandra of Bellaire, Jane (Frank) Magyar of Tallmadge and Martha Kay (Michael) of Troy.

Calling hours will be from 5 to 7 p.m. Tuesday at Baumgardner Funeral & Cremation Service, 8569 Main St., Kinsman. A graveside service will be held at 10 a.m. Wednesday at West Mecca Cemetery with the Rev. Robert Coleman officiating.

Online guestbook is available at baumgardnerfuneralhomes.com.

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BYARD, Ralph Edward (I14280)
 
443 Hal Nelson Haynes was born on October 17, 1932 in Clarksville, Tennessee, the son of Finis W Haynes Sr (1905-1999) and Ena Belle (Hogue) Haynes (1904-1978).

He was married to Janice Colleen Byard (1933-2012), the daughter of Sterling Byard Sr (1895-1973) and Carrie Lee (Suiter) Byard (1901-1982).

Hal served in the US Army from January 16, 1953 until January 14, 1955.

He was a self-employed mechanic and was also employed by Perkins and Miller.

He passed away on April 16, 2006 in Clarksville and was preceded in death by sisters Bessie Mosier, Jessie Fay Sivels, Lucy Lowze and Nancy Powers; and a brother William Douglas Haynes.

Hal was buried in Antioch United Methodist Church Cemetery. 
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444 Havad ?? BYARD, Thomas John (I3976)
 
445 HAZEL HAHN BYARD, 90 LAKE WALES -

Mrs. Hazel Hahn Byard, 90, of Savannah Court, Lake Wales, passed away Friday, Jan. 25, 2013, of natural causes.

She was born in Lincoln Hill, Pennsylvania. Hazel moved to Miramar, Florida, with her husband and two children.

She and Warren retired to Tower Lakes in Lake Wales. She was a volunteer at the Lake Wales Arts Center and attended the First United Methodist Church of Lake Wales.

Hazel was preceded in death by
her husband, Warren,
her son, Robert, and
her daughter, Karen Maraj.
Her survivors include her
granddaughter, Michelle Danza;
her daughter-in-law Barbara Westerbock,
her brother, Ralph Hahn (Joan);
her nieces, Jeanne Propes (Robert), Vicki Burnside (Chet); Nancy Tisot; and
nephews James Fretz, Barry Fretz, and Robert Hahn (Linda).

No services are planned. Donations may be made to Compassionate Care Hospice, 2393 E. F. Griffin Road, Bartow, FL 33830. 
HAHN, Hazel (I13648)
 
446 He and his two children were killed in a car accident traveling on Highway 48 near Cumberland Furnace, Tennessee on his way to pick up his wife, Wendy, from work. BYARD, Thomas Slaton (I12150)
 
447 He really does appear to have married Marianne twice! BYARD, Vernon Al (I9981)
 
448 He was a crane operator at the Copperweld Steel Corp. for 41 years. He was a member of AA for 21 years, enjoyed playing the guitar and he also worked on cars. William attended the Braceville Christian Church.
 
BYARD, William Lee (I10485)
 
449 Henry H. "Mike" Byard III

Mike Byard, 63, passed away Sunday, Feb. 12, 2006, at his home in Independence, MO surrounded by his family.
Visitation will be held Wednesday, Feb. 15, from 6-8 p.m. with services on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2 p.m., both at D.W. Newcomer's Sons Floral...

Published in Kansas City Star on Feb. 14, 2006
 
BYARD, Henry H. (I10467)
 
450 Henry was the s/o Hezekiah Dodge Byard and his wife, Maria Trussell Byard who lived in Sedgwick, Maine on the family farm. Henry decided to followed his brother, George Augustus Byard, to California and they both settled in Humboldt County in the mid-1860s. Henry never married but had a housekeeper, Mrs. Josephine Flye from Maine, who lived with him until his death. Henry was a lumberman and a teamster and lived in Eureka for the last 20 years of his life. His brother, George, owned a large farm near the mill town of Newburg near Fortuna and was married with children. He and many of his family are buried in Sunset Cem. near Fortuna. BYARD, Henry Florentine (I7132)
 
451 Her Legacy…Catherine was born November 27, 1918 in Astoria Oregon to Charles and Marie Brooke. She lived in Gridley for the majority of her life. Her father Charles (Jack)Brooke was a Catholic Carpenter, her mother Marie (Emma)Smith was a descendent of the founders of the Mormon Church. Catherine married George (Doede) DeHoff in her late teens: hew was the love of her life. George and Jack build her home in Gridley where she lived all her married life. Doede died in his fifty's, but left her a beautiful son,Dennis George DeHoff. Dennis was a musician; he drowned at the age of 29. Then Catherine remarried in her late sixties to Hershel "Toby" Byard, who was a great dancer and according to her "Swept me off my feet." They lived happily until Toby died in 2007 at which time her grandson Michael DeHoff moved from Oregon to be with her until her death. Catherine worked for Libby Cannery as an accountant for forty five years. Her great passion in life was gardening. Her garden was featured twice in the Sunset Magazine during the 70's and 80's.

Her Family…Catherine is survived by her grandson Michael (Jackie O'Connor) DeHoff, great-grandchildren, Daniel DeHoff, Zachery O'Shea, Alex Spencer, Chris and John Rogers. Her nieces, Katherine (who she adorned) and Evalina, her nephew, Erral, Two special great nephews Darin and Ryan and several other great and great-great nephews.

Her Farewell Service …A Memorial Service will be held on Saturday, February 9th, 2013, 12 noon at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Bishop Justin Tolman of the Gridley Third Ward will officiate the service.

Burial:
Unknown

Created by: Steven R. Goff
Record added: Jan 31, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 104457152 
BROOKE, Catherine M (I12318)
 
452 Hill Street Methodist Chapel Family F10338
 
453 Hirddonton ?? HEALEY, Jane (I4031)
 
454 His plaque is on the back of Brian Keith, assumed to be his brother
 
BYARD, Eric Raymond (I9530)
 
455 https://www.familysearch.org/ Ohio, County Marriages, 1790-1950 Family F3456
 
456 Inscription:
GY Sgt US Marine Corps
Korea Vietnam 
HARRIS, Ulyssee S (I14679)
 
457 Jack Duane Byard, 57, of 812 East B, Hutchinson, died Oct. 31, 1994, at Hutchinson Hospital.

He was born Dec. 8, 1936, at Lyons, the son of Edward and Vera Hubbard Byard. A Hutchinson resident since 1971, he was employed as manager of sporting goods at the former Gibson's Discount Center, Hutchinson, and was an ordained minister.

He was a member of dull Gospel Church, Hutchinson.

On May 10, 1962, he married Jocie D. Chaney at Little River. She survives.

Other survivors include: five sons, Mark Glass, Hutchinson, Terry Byard, Wichita, John Byard, Buhler, and Tim Byard and Jim Byard, both of Hutchinson; mother, Lyons; a brother, Kenneth, Hutchinson; and eight grandchildren.

Funeral was Nov. 2, at Elliott Mortuary Chapel, Hutchinson, with the Rev. Betty Pinkston presiding. Burial was in Bean Memorial Cemetery, Little River.

Memorials may be sent to the church building fund, in care of the mortuary.

Reprinted with permission, The Monitor-Journal, 248 Main Street, Little River, KS, 67457

Provided by Young Historical Library, 201 Main Street, P.O. Box 126, Little River, Kansas 67457

Family links:
Spouse:
Jocie D Byard (1942 - ____)

Burial:
Bean Cemetery
Little River
Rice County
Kansas, USA
Plot: Lot 1A-128, Plot 5 
BYARD, Jack Duane (I10477)
 
458 Jackie Grace Waleisky Byard, 58 of Martins Ferry died February 7, 2005.

She was born January 30, 1947 in Yorkville. The daughter of the late Alex and Margaret Ruth Waleisky.

In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by a sister, Patty Lou Waleisky.

Surviving are two sons, Ronald (Stacey) Byard, Jr. of Martins Ferry and David Shaffer; three brothers, Alex (Bonnie) Waleisky of Dale City, Virginia., Bob (Linda) Waleisky of Martins Ferry and Don (Marie) Waleisky of Tipp City, Ohio; five grandchildren; aunt and uncle, Rosella and Bill Nixon; several nieces and nephews.

Family and friends are invited to attend a graveside committal service on Wednesday, February 9 at 11 a.m. in Holly Memorial Gardens in Pleasant Grove with Rev D. Van Fisher officiating.

Arrangements by Toothman Funeral Home.
--Toothman Funeral Home

Name: Jacqueline Grace Byard
[Jacqueline Grace Waleisky]
Birth Date: abt 1947
Death Date: 7 Feb 2005
Age at Death: 58
Death Place: Martins Ferry, Ohio
Parents: Alex & Margaret
Other Sources: Martins Ferry Obituary File, Martins Ferry Public Library

Name: Jacqueline Grace Byard
[Jacqueline Grace Waleisky]
Birth Date: 30 Jan 1947
Birth State: Ohio
Gender: Female / Race: White
Residence County: Belmont
Residence state: Ohio
Residence Zip Code: 43935
Death Date: 7 Feb 2005
Death Time: 03:45 AM
Hospital of Death: Nursing Home
Age at Death: 58
Method of Disposition: Cremation
Hospital Status: Other/Nursing home
Father's Surname: Waleisky
Mother's Maiden Name: Blakley
Marital Status: Divorced
Education: 12
--Ohio Death Records

Burial:
Holly Memorial Gardens
Pleasant Grove
Belmont County
Ohio, USA 
WALEISKY, Jaqueline Grace (I8570)
 
459 Jacqueline A. Byard, 78, of McKeesport, died Friday, June 11, 2010, in UPMC McKeesport.

Born Dec. 7, 1931, in McKeesport, she was a daughter of the late Elmer Nevius and Anna Gruber Nevius Doonan.

In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Allen R. "Birddog" Byard.

She was a member of St. Pius V Parish in McKeesport; the AARP Versailles Chapter 2911; Lifespan; and was a former member of St. Pius V Christian Mothers and also a former volunteer at Kane Regional Center, McKeesport.

Surviving are her daughters, Darlene A. Welton, of Georgia, and Patricia L. (Harry) Holden, of McKeesport; and a son, Duane Allen (Rebecca) Byard, of Georgia. Also surviving are seven grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; a brother, James (Dolores) Doonan, of Pittsburgh; a sister, Linda Dahl, of Delaware; and nieces and nephews. Friends received from 6 to 9 p.m. Sunday and from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Monday at the JAYCOX-JAWORSKI FUNERAL HOME INC., 2703 O'Neil Blvd., McKeesport, PA 15132. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Tuesday in St. Mary Czestochowa Church, McKeesport, with the Rev. Stephen A. Kresak as celebrant. Entombment will follow in New St. Joseph Cemetery, North Versailles. The family suggests memorial contributions to the American Cancer Society, Western Region, 320 Bilmar Drive, Pittsburgh, PA 15205-4620 and/or The American Red Cross, 225 Boulevard of the Allies, P.O. Box 1769, Pittsburgh, PA 15230-1769.

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NEVIUS, Jacqueline A (I12035)
 
460 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I11914)
 
461 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1728)
 
462 JAMES GALE "BUD" BYARD

James Gale "Bud" Byard, age 81, of rural Osawatomie, Kan., died Saturday, June 4, 2011, at the Olathe Medical Center in Olathe, Kan.
He was cremated and a private service will be held at a latter time. Arr.: Eddy-Birchard Funeral Home, (913)...

Published in Kansas City Star on June 7, 2011
 
BYARD, James Gale (I14424)
 
463 James was 6' 2" tall. He and Mary lived at BYARD's corner a 17 century house at Holmegate Clay Cross which had belonged to the Linacre family BYARD, James (I621)
 
464 Janice Colleen Haynes, age 79 of Clarksville, went to be with the Lord Sunday, July 29, 2012 at Gateway Medical Center.
A Celebration of Life Service will be held 2 p.m. Thursday, August 2, 2012 at McReynolds-Nave & Larson Chapel, with the Rev. David Fambrough and Bro. Jerry Steele Officiating. Burial will be in Keesee Cemetery. Visitation will be 5 p.m. til 8 p.m. Wednesday, August 1, 2012 and 12 Noon until the hour of the service Thursday at the funeral home.
Janice was born in Montgomery County, daughter of the late Sterling and Carrie Suiter Byard. She was a homemaker, a member of Memorial Baptist Church and attended the Senior Citizens Center.
She was preceded in death by her brothers, Skeet Byard, Billy Byard and Joe Byard, sisters, Lucille Finney and Eunice Carpenter.
Survivors include her daughter, Connie (Steve) Black of Clarksville; grandchildren, Tonya (Chris) Blackwell and Anthony "Bubba" (Chrissy) Black; great-grandchildren, Tyler, Hunter and Sager Blackwell: brothers, Barney (Margaret) Byard, Buck Byard and sister, Helen Heflin, all of Clarksville.
Pallbearers will be Bubba Black, Chris Blackwell, Tyler Blackwell, Hunter Blackwell,Russ McClain and Jason McClain 
BYARD, Janice Colleen (I11667)
 
465 Jason Dean Byard, age 25, passed away.

He was born October 9, 1983 to Richard and Vickie (Lusk) Byard, in Dearborn, Michigan.

Jason is survived by his parents, a brother Richard Byard, a sister Jessica Lusk and his daughter Alexia.

He was a creative guy who enjoyed drawing and computers. He was very spontaneous and outgoing and his siblings say he was sometimes annoying. Jason loved being a Dad to his daughter Alexia.

A Gathering will be held at David C. Brown Funeral Home in Belleville, Michigan on June 7 from 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM. A Memorial Service will follow at 3:00 PM. 
BYARD, Jason Dean (I11581)
 
466 Jean Byard, 78, of Milan, died Wednesday, June 11, 2003 at Woodland Hills Care Center in Lawrenceburg.
She was born March 2, 1925 in Milan the daughter of Harvey and Doris Marcella "Billie" Holbrook Volz, both deceased.
She married James B. "Bert" Byard Sr. on November 7, 1942 and he preceded her in death on May 3, 1985.
Survivors include three sons, James B. Byard Jr. of Lawrenceburg, John H. Byard of Taylor, MI, Jeff (wife Eva) Byard of Milan, nine grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.
Mrs. Byard was a former employee of Seagrams, Baylor Trucking and the treasurer's office at the Ripley County Courthouse.
She was a member of the Milan United Methodist Church and the Milan Legion Auxiliary.
Funeral services were held Saturday, June 14, 11 a.m. at Laws-Carr-Moore Funeral Home in Milan with Rev. David Childress officiating.
Burial was in the New Craven Cemetery in Milan. Memorials may go to the Milan Legion Auxiliary.

Burial:
New Craven Cemetery
Milan
Ripley County
Indiana, USA

Created by: Carol S
Record added: Jul 30, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 40058759 
VOLZ, Jean (I10115)
 
467 Jeffrey C. Byard, 58, of Ocala, Fla., passed away Monday, Jan. 5, 2015, at home surrounded by his wife and friends.

He was born and raised in McKeesport. He served in the Navy from 1979 to 1983 on the USS Spruance and also in Antarctica from 1982 to 1983.
From the Navy, he went on to work as a Firefighter with the Department of Defense at Carlisle Barracks until his retirement in 2006.
Jeffrey loved fishing, fossiling and scuba diving, but his real passion was baking and cooking for family and friends. He was known to ship dozens of boxes of cookies at Christmastime and throughout the year.

Jeffrey was preceded in death by
his father, William Dal Byard.

Jeffrey is survived by
his wife, Lynn Byard;
his son, George Byard;
his mother, Marion Byard (Geruschat),
his brother, Robert Byard;
his brother, James Byard;
his sister, Karen Gregar (Phil Gregar);
and many nieces, nephews and a great-niece and nephews.

A special thanks goes out to Marion County Hospice personnel who were there to help his wife the last few months. They were greatly appreciated. In lieu of flowers, please send donations to the Circleville Volunteer Fire Department at 129 Robbins Station Road, Irwin, PA 15642-2049.

Published in Pittsburgh Tribune Review on Jan. 15, 2015 
BYARD, Jeffrey C (I5314)
 
468 Jim is the son of Lee and Elaine Byard, he is the father of Jennifer and was a big brother to Marcie and Robert. Jim worked 25 years for Energizer in Garrettsville, Ohio. Jim could give the greatest hugs ever! He was an advid motorcycle rider and belonged to the Gold Wing Road Rider Association for many years. The summer of 2006 Jim rode his Gold Wing out to Colorado and drove up to Pikes Peak elevation 14,000 feet.

Burial:
Sager Memorial Cemetery
Bristolville
Trumbull County
Ohio, USA 
BYARD, James Linn (I10207)
 
469 John Byard was born in Sedgwick, Hancock, Maine on 24 Apr 1778 according to Sedgwick's vital records and was one of six sons and four daughters born to Robert Byard and his wife Abigail Glover Byard. John's parents moved permanently to Sedgwick from Salem, Massachusetts at the end of the 1760s and made their home on what's still called Byards Point. They are buried in Settlers Rest Cemetery in Sargentville.

John was married twice. His first wife, Eunice Hale, died in 1808, 16 days after their third child, Eunice, was born. John's next wife, Judith Eaton Dodge, was the widow of Hezekiah Dodge and Judith brought with her to the marriage her two daughters, Lydia and Joanna Dodge. Judith and Hezekiah's son, Moses Dodge, lived only two years.

John and Judith (Eaton) Byard (my ancestors) had four children that I've found, all born in Sedgwick Village. John was a farmer and at times he hired himself out to work for others using his oxen and cart and he also hired others to work for him. I've never found a death record for John but it seems he may have been ill a month or so before he died. After John's death, Judith never re-married and she lived for another nine years.

[contibuted by Jan Byard]

Family links:
Spouses:
Eunice Hale Byard (1782 - 1808)*
Judith Eaton Byard (1777 - 1829)*

Children:
Abigail G. Byard Allen (1804 - 1832)*
Eunice Byard Allen (1808 - 1885)*
Hezekiah Dodge Byard (1810 - 1892)*
John Byard (1814 - 1852)*
Moses Eaton Byard (1819 - 1856)*

*Calculated relationship

Burial:
Sedgwick Rural Cemetery
Sedgwick
Hancock County
Maine, USA

Created by: DWalt & Patti
Record added: Jun 20, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 53929041 
BYARD, John (I10878)
 
470 John Raymond Byard, 75, of Clarksville, TN, was called home by the Lord on Tuesday, September 25, 2012 at St. Thomas Hospital. He was born on January 8, 1937 in Montgomery County, Tennessee to the late Leonard Samuel Byard and Millie Mary Kentner Byard.
Funeral service will be held on Friday, September 28, 2012 at 12 p.m. at Neal-Tarpley-Parchman Chapel with Rev. Bill Graham, Dr. John David Laida, and Dr. Felts Dent officiating. Burial will be in Resthaven Memorial Gardens. Visitation will be held on Thursday, September 27, 2012 from 4-7 p.m. and Friday, September 28, 2012 from 10 a.m. until the hour of service at the funeral home.

John was an U.S. Air Force Veteran having served in the Korean Conflict. He was also a manager at Burger King. He was a member of First Baptist Church of Clarksville, TN and the St. B and Governor Square Civitan Club. He was a coach for St. B Little League. He worked for Jersey Farms Dairy, Tasty Bread and Colonial Bread. He started and managed Mrs. Winners and retired at Arby's.

He is survived by his wife of 54 years, Martha Jane Morrison Byard of Clarksville, TN; son, Randy Ray and Jan Byard of Glencowe, AR; two daughters, Melinda and Roy Bybee of Portland, TX and Lori Byard of Clarksville, TN; three brothers, Joe Byard, Bill Byard of Clarksville, TN and Leonard Byard, Jr. of Hall Summit, LA; sister, Rebecca Hogue of Clarksville, TN; four grandchildren, Amanda Garnett, Amber Davis, A.J. Bybee, and Dylan Byard; and seven great grandchildren.

Pallbearers will be Dylan, Gary, Brent, Bill Jr., Jeremy, Ronnie Byard, Bobby Morrison, Jr., and Alan Burkhart. Honorary pallbearers will be Dwight Dickson's Sunday School Class and Lana Broome. 
BYARD, John Raymond (I11599)
 
471 Josephine H. Byard, 93, Greensburg, died at 4 p.m. Sunday at the Odd Fellows Home in Greensburg.

Born Dec. 9, 1910 in Shelbyville, she was the daughter of James Magee and Amanda (Spurling) Magee, and they both preceded her in death.

She married William K. Byard on Feb. 29, 1968 and he preceded her in death on Oct. 25, 2002. She was a homemaker.

She was preceded in death by 10 brothers and two sisters.

She is survived by one step-son James E. Byard of St. Paul; one step-daughter Billylyn Pike of St. Paul; and several grandchildren, great grandchildren and great-great grandchildren.

She had lived in the Greensburg area since 1968. Prior to that she lived in Canada.

She was a member of the Burney Baptist Church in Burney.

Visitation will be from 9-11 a.m. Wednesday at Glenn E. George Funeral Home in St. Paul. Funeral services will take place at 11 a.m. Wednesday at the funeral home with the Rev. Randy Hooten officiating. Burial will be in Milford Cemetery in Milford.

Memorials may be made to the Hospice of Southeastern Indiana c/o the funeral home.
 
MAGEE, Josephine H. (I12997)
 
472 July 7, 2006 Dorothy Ives Byard, 84, of Fulton, died Friday.
Daughter of Reverend and Mrs. Leonard P. Ives and a native of Lake Luzerne, NY, she resided in Rochester and Liverpool before moving to Fulton in 1984.

Dorothy retired from Verizon in Syracuse after 30 years. She previously worked for New York Telephone.

Dorothy was a very caring and unselfish person. She was a member of State Street United Methodist Church, Fulton; Daughters of the American Revolution and Friends of History in Fulton, New York.

She was predeceased by her husband of 59 years, John R. Byard, who died in 1999.
Surviving are six children,
Larry Byard of Sanford, ME,
James Byard of Davis, CA,
Wayne Byard of Pembroke Pines, FL,
Corydon Byard of Ithaca,
Pamela Byard of Prescott, AZ, and
Dorick Digenti of Amherst, MA;
eight grandchildren;
three great-grandchildren;
and several nieces and nephews.

Memorial services will be private. There will be no calling hours. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to State Street United Methodist Church Memorial Fund, 357 State Street, Fulton, NY 13069. Foster Funeral Home, Inc. www.fosterfuneralhome.com - See more at: http://obits.syracuse.com/obituaries/syracuse/obituary.aspx?n=dorothy- ives-byard&pid=18427248#sthash.iNrSs4Wu.dpuf 
IVES, Dorothy Bertha (I12783)
 
473 Killed by the accidental discharge of his gun while hunting
Age 13 yrs 3 mos 6days 
BYARD, James Alexander (I13783)
 
474 KNOXVILLE, Tenn. - Sandra Kay Byard Hubbard went home to her Lord and Savior on Sept. 16, 2011. A recent resident of Knoxville, Tenn. where she belonged to the Ball Camp Baptist Church and a long time resident of Kenner, La. where she was an active member of the Williams Blvd. Baptist Church. Sandra was born in Lyons, KS, Oct. 30, 1951, the daughter of Donald and Carol Ade Byard.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Jay Hubbard, and father, Donald Byard.

Sandra is survived by her sons, Shawn Hubbard and wife Morgan, Hutton, Texas and Steven Hubbard and wife Ami, Camp LeJeune, N.C.; step-children, Jeff Hubbard, Matt Hubbard and Jill Hubbard Pritchett; mother, Carol Byard; a sister, Pamela Byard Thomas; brothers, Chad and Tony Byard.
A service will be held at the Lyons Cemetery, Saturday, Oct. 15, 2011, at 1 p.m. Family will receive friends at Birzer Funeral Home, Lyons from 2 to 4 p.m. 
BYARD, Sandra Kay (I14064)
 
475 Kodal ? (not found) Family F3889
 
476 L. Gary Byard

Gary Byard, 81, passed away peacefully May 31, 2014. Gary was born in Gip, West Virginia on January 9, 1933 to the late Homer and Lola Byard. After graduating from East High School Gary eloped with his high school sweetheart, Nancy Reed, on February 9, 1952.

Gary served in the U.S. Army during the Korean War and upon his return began his family and his profession in sales. Gary was employed for 34 years at Akron Standard Mold. In 1985, with the help, guidance and support of friends and family Gary opened the Akron Ex-Im Sales Co. Because of the many friendships Gary had established in the tire industry, Akron Ex-Im continues today. Gary was an avid golfer and sports enthusiast and loved spending time with his family and friends.

Gary is survived by his loving wife of 62 years, Nancy; sons, Gary (Judi), David (Pok) and Robert (Suzann); daughters, Julie (George) Benedum and Jenny (Stef) Colas; 12 grandchildren; 22 great-grandchildren; brothers, Glenn Byard and Marvin (Sandy) Byard.

Funeral service will be held at 1 p.m. on Friday, June 6, 2014 at the Schermesser Funeral Home, 600 E. Turkeyfoot Lake Rd., Akron, OH 44319 (SR 619) with Pastor Mike Castelli officiating. Family and friends may call on Thursday, from 4 to 7 p.m. at the funeral home. Interment will be at Hillside Memorial Park. Memorial contributions may be made in Gary's name to The Chapel, 135 Fir Hill, Akron, Ohio 44304. To leave a special message online for the family, visit our website at www.schermesserfh.com.

SCHERMESSER- GREEN

(330) 899-9107

www.schermesserfh.com

Published in Akron Beacon Journal from June 3 to June 4, 2014 - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/ohio/obituary.aspx?n=L-Gary-Byard&pid =171212811#sthash.SNu18d71.dpuf 
BYARD, Lloyd Gary (I12213)
 
477 La, Providence ? FOUACHE, Anne (I5180)
 
478 Lake Chapel Family F10349
 
479 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I16030)
 
480 LAKE CITY - Roscoe G. Byard, age 71, of Lake City passed away, Sunday, Nov. 14, 2010 at his home.

Mr. Byard was born Dec. 25, 1938 in Mancelona to Roscoe C. and Luellen R. (Graham) Byard. He married the former Frances June Welliver Dec. 19, 1959 in Mancelona. Roscoe worked with his father and brother in the logging business until the 1950s. He bought a sawmill in 1961 in East Jordan that he operated for 20 years. For eight years, he owned an RV dealership before returning to the logging business, where he sold retail hardwood lumber in Grand Rapids until his retirement in 1990.

Roscoe was a pilot and was actively involved in flying. He enjoyed woodworking and loved being with his family.

He is survived by his wife, Frances; four sons, Dennis (Jill) Byard of Kingsley, Bill (Connie) Byard of Plano, Texas, Jim (Anne) Byard of Lake City and Jeff (Kelly) Byard of Richfield, Wisc.; 13 grandchildren, Valisa, Bryan, Justin, Christine, Daniel, Zack, DJ, Mike, Laura, Katie, Joshua, Alex and Logan; and five great-grandchildren, Denise, Andrew, Adam, Austin and Aaron. He is also survived by a brother, Donald (Evelyn) Byard of Arkansas; two sisters, Betty Hanson of Mancelona and Kay (Bert) Anger of Texas; his in-laws, Ed and Ruth Welliver of Cadillac, Donna Olds of Alba and Lynda Welliver of Mancelona; and many nieces and nephews.

He was preceded in death by his parents.

Funeral services will be at 2 p.m., Thursday, Nov. 18, 2010 at the Young Funeral Home, with Pastor Donald Ray Byard officiating. Visitation will begin at 1 p.m. until time of services. Burial will be in the Lake City Cemetery.

Memorial contributions may be directed to the American Cancer Society.

An online obituary may be read and condolences offered at www.youngfuneral.com. 
BYARD, Roscoe Glenn (I16032)
 
481 Lawrence (L.E.) Byard, 79, Clarksville, died Thursday, February 21, 2008, at St. Thomas Hospital, Nashville.

The funeral will be held at 3 p.m. Sunday at First Baptist Church of St. Bethlehem with Rev. Jeff Burris and Rev. Steve Murphree officiating.

Burial will be in Austin-Smith Cemetery. Visitation will be from 3-9 p.m. Saturday at McReynolds-Nave & Larson Chapel and from 1 p.m. Sunday at First Baptist Church of St. Bethlehem.

McReynolds-Nave & Larson Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.

He was born September 16, 1928 in Montgomery County son of George W. Byard and Lela Maude Clemmons Byard.

He was preceded in death by a great grandson, Logan Byard.

Mr. Byard was a retired owner of Byard and Son Construction Company and a member and Deacon of First Baptist Church of St. Bethlehem.

He is survived by his wife, Reecie Heflin Byard, Clarksville; sons, Dean Byard, Nashville, Tommy (Robin) Byard, Clarksville; daughters, Diane (Steve) Murphree, Shelbyville, Donna (Roy) Franklin, Lafayette, KY, Debbie (Anthony) Hagewood, Herndon, KY; grandchildren, Cheri Taylor, Jessica Johnson, Brandon Byard, Casey Burrahm, Stacy Murphree, Jason Hagewood, Jordan Hagewood; great-grandchildren, Sydney, McKenzie, Landon and Madyson Johnson, Hudson and Drew Taylor, Caroline Burrahm. Pallbearers will be Jason Hagewood, Donnie Johnson, Josh Burrahm, Brandon Byard, George Shelton, Billy Atkins, Jimmy Harris and Mike Collins. Honorary pallbearers will be members of his Sunday School Class. 
BYARD, Lawrence Ellis (I14369)
 
482 Lee Amos Byard, 98, Clarksville, Tenn., and formerly of Venice, died Oct. 22, 2003.

He was born Dec. 21, 1904, in Clarksville and came to Venice in 2001 from there. He was a construction superintendent. He was a member of Lakeside Lutheran Church in Venice.

Survivors include his
son, Terry Lee of Clarksville;
a sister, Maggie Black of Clarksville;
a grandchild; and
a great-grandchild.

Graveside services will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday at Venice Memorial Gardens. Ewing Funeral Home is in charge. Memorial donations may be made to Lakeside Lutheran Church, 2401 S. Tamiami Trail, Venice, FL 34293; or to a favorite charity.

Published in Herald Tribune on Oct. 26, 2003 - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/heraldtribune/obituary.aspx?n=Lee-Amos-Byard&pid=86268758#sthash.1Ilif61r.dpuf 
BYARD, Amos Lee (I11640)
 
483 Left the family and went to Canada.

Reputed to have changed his name. 
BYARD, Ernest (I249)
 
484 Lemon Grove, Claif. -- Services will be held Friday for Anna Marie Byard, 51, of Lemon Grove, who died Monday, June 8, 1998, at home.

She was born in New Cumberland May 27, 1947, a daughter of Murray Deeter of San Diego and the late Anna Marie Albis Deeter.

A resident of Lemon Grove 46 years, she was a homemaker and self employed 33 years.

Besides her father, she is survived by her husband, James M. Byard, at home; a son, James Martin Byard of Las Vegas, Nev.; three daughters,
Mrs. Philip (Anna Marie) Theimer of Arizona, and Andrea Hageman and Katie Byard of San Diego;
two brothers, Henry Deeter and Sam Deeter of San Diego;
six foster children and two granddaughters.

The services will be held at 2 p.m. at the Greenwood Mortuary. Entombment will be in Greenwood Mausoleum. 
DEETER, Anna Marie (I10881)
 
485 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F5068
 
486 Lived at Bowhill, Fife. Linen weaver.
 
KINNELL, Jane Bissett (I7579)
 
487 Lived at Bryn-Mawr, Gwent WOODHALL, Alfred (I7419)
 
488 Lived at Kelty in Fife. Tailor and Railway Signalman. MORRISON, James (I7568)
 
489 Lived at Pigeon House, Breinton, Hereford WOODHALL, Nell (I7159)
 
490 Lived at Pigeon House, Breinton, Hereford ROGERS, Fred (I7409)
 
491 Location: D Number: 214.00 BYARD, Gertrude Emma (I7919)
 
492 Lola Garnet Hall Byard of Akron, passed away peacefully Saturday, June 12, 2010, at the age of 98, at St. Luke Lutheran Community in Portage Lakes.

She was born in Braxton County, Servia, W.Va., on February 13, 1912, second of sixteen children to the late Jennie Bee Hall and John Bennett Hall. She was a former employee of The Dairy Store, Wayside Furniture, O'Neil's, and the Amber Restaurant, all located in Akron. Lola was a member of the Goodyear Heights Baptist Church in Akron, the First Baptist Church of Lake Wales, Fla., and affiliated with The Chapel in Akron and the Community Baptist Church of Tallmadge. She was also a very active member in the PTA for the Akron Public Schools.

Lola was preceded in death by her husband of 58 years, Homer Jackson Byard who died May 26, 1989, and whom she married on June 21, 1930. She was also preceded in death by sisters, Lela Riffle, Oleta Cumbridge, Kathleen Riffle, Mary Erickson, and Margaret Hines; brothers, John, Ivan, Blaine, William Byrne, and Leslie Hall.

Surviving are sons, L. Gary (Nancy) of New Franklin, Ohio, Glenn (Sandra) of Marana, Arizona, Marvin (Jackie) of Surprise, AZ; sisters, Helen Mollohan of Mesa, Arizona, Virginia McGraw of Beckley, W.Va., Norma Sizemore of Glasgow, W.Va., Jessie Maiuri of Summersville, W.Va.; brother, Charles Hall of Uniontown, Ohio; 12 grandchildren; 26 great-grandchildren and 23 great-great-grandchildren.

The family wishes to thank the staff of St. Luke's and Summa Hospice for their compassionate care of Lola in her final days.

Funeral services will be held Wednesday, June 16 at 1 p.m. at Hopkins Lawver Funeral Home, 547 Canton Road, Akron, with Pastor John E. Phillips officiating. Burial at Hillside Memorial Park, 1025 Canton Road, Akron. Friends may call at the funeral home 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. Tuesday and on Wednesday from 12 noon until service time. On-line condolences may be sent to the Byard family at www.hopkinslawver.com

(Hopkins Lawver, Akron, 330-733-6271)


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HALL, Lola Garnet (I12212)
 
493 Lydia Roberts is a bit of a mystery, primarily because her parents can't be found.

Walter Snow wrote "Lydia Roberts b. 20 April 1792 in Penobscot" according to this: "Snow, Walter A., Brooksville, Maine: A Town of the Bagaduce, Privately printed by Weekly Packet, Blue Hill, Maine, 1967."

Sedgwick's vital records show that Lydia and two boys with the Roberts surname were placed in the care of Deacon Solomon Billings and his wife, Abigail Eaton, the daughter of Theophilus Eaton and his wife, Abigail Fellows.

"Children under the care of Mr. Solomon Billings"

"Amaziah Roberts of Penobscot born August 2, 1783
Tobias Roberts of Penobscot born August 1, 1789
Lydia Roberts of Penobscot born April 20, 1792"

It appears that these are three siblings who, for some reason, were without parents to care for them and therefore Samuel Billings and his wife agreed to take them in and raise them. However, these children may have been cousins rather than siblings.

Abigail "Abby" (Sargent) Neese, wrote a manuscript, entitled "Genealogy of the Byard and Sargent Families of Maine" in which she noted that Lydia Marks Roberts was the daughter of Samuel Roberts from Somersworth, N.H. and his wife, "Dolly" (Dorothy?) Moore. I haven't been able to find Samuel and Dolly anywhere on-line. I do know that Somersworth was formerly a part of Dover; it was made a Parish on Dec. 19, 1729.

Lydia was first married to Simeon Grant, born July 3, 1791 in Penobscot, and they filed their intentions to marry on
27 May 1810. Lydia, by Simeon, had Simeon, Jr. and Lucy Grant. Simeon, Sr. died at some point and Lydia's second marriage was to James Byard, the youngest of the ten children born to Abigail (Glover) Byard and her husband, Robert Byard.

Lydia and James Byard were the parents of Betsey, married to Daniel Eaton; James Byard II who died at age five; Mary Ann Byard, married to Capt. Lucius Bolles Sargent; Lydia Byard who never married and Abigail Roberts Byard, married to Capt. Jasper Newton Sargent, the younger brother of Lucius. Lydia's son Simeon and daughter Lucy Grant were also raised with their half-brothers and sisters.

Lydia Roberts Byard died on 11 Aug. 1874 and James died on Dec. 25, 1876.

Family links:
Spouse:
James Byard (1786 - 1876)*

Children:
Mary Ann Byard Sargent (1823 - 1911)*
Abigail Roberts Byard Sargent (1828 - 1920)*

*Calculated relationship

Burial:
Sedgwick Rural Cemetery
Sedgwick
Hancock County
Maine, USA
Plot: wife of James Byard 
ROBERTS, Lydia Marks (I5301)
 
494 LYONS - Henry Byard,
74, died Thursday, at Lyons District Hospital. Born Sept. 14, 1899, at Mendon, Okla., he married Clara Conner, Dec. 1, 1924.

A retired farmer, he was a lifetime resident here.

He was a member of the United Methodist Church; Masonic Lodge.

Survivors are the widow; sons: Howard, Lyons; Donald, New Orleans, La.;
d a u g h t e r : Mrs. William Gacke, Dallas, Tex.; sisters:
Mrs. Mary Newsom, Diamond, Okla.;
Eliza Crowl, Little River;
Mary Martin, Lyons;
Ellen Bush, Reseda, Calif.;
brothers: Chester, Lincoln, Nebr.;
Ed, Lyons;
seven grandchildren; one greatgrandchild.
Funeral will be 2 p.m. Saturday
at the church; Rev.
Charles Fiquett. Burial will
be in Lyons Cemetery.
Friends may call from 1 to 9
p.m. at Crawford-Miller Mortuary.
The family suggests memorials to the church.

The Hutchinson News, Hutchinson, KS Friday, May 10, 1974

Family links:
Spouse:
Clara Elizabeth Conner Byard (1903 - 1976)

Children:
Howard Stanley Byard (1927 - 2004)*
Donald D Byard (1929 - 1987)* 
BYARD, John Henry (I16425)
 
495 LYONS - Vera R. Byard, 98, died June 29, 2010, at Sandstone Heights Nursing Home, Little River. She was born Jan. 26, 1912, in Coffeyville, to Joseph H. and Jessie M. Clark Hubbard. She graduated from Lyons High School in 1928. A lifetime area resident, she was a homemaker.

She belonged to the First Christian Church, Lyons, attended the United Methodist Church, and Senior Center, both at Little River, the Mitchell EHU and various other clubs.

On Aug. 1, 1934, she married Edward P. Byard in Little River. He died Dec. 19, 1991. Survivors include: a son, Ken and wife Shirley, Lyons; six grandchildren; and 12 great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by a son, Jack Byard.
Funeral will be at 10:30 a.m. Thursday, July 1, 2010, at Birzer Funeral Home, Lyons, with the Rev. Grant Davis presiding. Visitation will be 2 to 6 p.m. Wednesday, June 30, 2010, at Birzer Funeral Home, Lyons. Burial will be in Lyons Municipal Cemetery, Lyons. Memorials may be sent to Little River Senior Center, in care of the funeral home. 
HUBBARD, Vera Ruby (I14050)
 
496 Madison Ave Or Northwest Or Sugar-Loaf St Dutch Rnew Yorkchurch Family F3258
 
497 Madison Ave Or Northwest Or Sugar-Loaf St Dutch Rnew Yorkchurch Family F3279
 
498 Malnutrition BYARD, John R (I16640)
 
499 Manthorpe Memorial Church Family F2736
 
500 Margie Graham Byard was born in Buhl, Idaho on July 9, 1927, the first child of Mildred Thurman Graham and Reuben Graham. The family moved to Adrian, Oregon after Margie graduated from Buhl High School.

She attended Oregon State University until she decided that a life in a laboratory was not to be her choice of work. She moved to Boise, where she worked for the Idaho Department of Labor until 1981.

She met and married Harold L. Byard in 1946. Two children were born in Boise, where the family stayed until 2001. As a widow, Margie lived in Eagle until 2004, when she moved to Caldwell with her son and daughter-in-law.

Margie liked to travel and was happy to travel for her work as a member and officer of IAPES. She enjoyed the many trips to the family cabin at Paddy Flat, Valley County. She went fishing with her husband, Harold, and he traveled with her when she went to meetings and conventions during the ten years that he was retired prior to her retirement. Later, when she had a travel opportunity, she packed up, ready to go, saying "they go, I go," from Spain to New Zealand, and in between.

Until after 20 years of winter trips to Hawaii, she also loved to be home with possessions and collections that she treasured because "they have history."

She anticipated, loved, enjoyed, and bragged about five grandchildren, and their spouses and children:
Jolene Jones, her daughter, Miranda, her son, Zack, and his wife and baby;
Jeff and Lyndee Byard, their children, Justice and Carsyn;
Kim and Princeton Irons, their son, Princeton, and Kaydon and Savanna;
Daniel and Emely Austin, their sons, Connor and Quinn;
and Darin and Krista Austin, their daughters, Brooke and Courtney;
her brother, Gary Graham and his wife, Sue, Eagle, ID;
her daughter and son-in-law, Diane and Doug Austin, Ogden, UT;
and her son and daughter-in-law, Larry and Sandra Byard, Caldwell, ID.

A graveside service will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Saturday, November 2, 2013 at the Dry Creek Cemetery. The family will greet friends from 6-8 p.m. on Friday, November 1st at the Relyea Funeral Chapel.

Family links:
Spouse:
Harold Lindle Byard (____ - 2001)

Burial:
Dry Creek Cemetery
Boise
Ada County
Idaho, USA

Created by: Barb
Record added: Oct 29, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 119487478 
GRAHAM, Margie Marie (I12067)
 

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