Rev. John Dollarhide Descendancy


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Rev. John Dollarhide
And Descendants
Through Six Generations

A Pioneer Family of Northern California, Oregon, and Washington

Prepared by William W. Dollarhide
Salt Lake City, Utah
July 1999


First Generation

1. Rev. John1 Dollarhide, son of Jesse Dollarhide, Sr. and of Nancy Jane Pierson, born 1 Nov 1814 in Harrison Township, Wayne County, Indiana; died 22 Dec 1869 near Lodi, San Joaquin County, California; and buried Dec 1869 at Woodbridge Cemetery, San Joaquin County, California. He was married 3 Mar 1836, near the present town of Battleground, Tippecanoe County, Indiana to Lucy Reynolds, daughter of Philip Reynolds and of Sophia Hill. Lucy Reynolds was born 25 Dec 1820 in Miami County, Ohio, and died 22 Nov 1892 in Dayton, Butte County, California.

John Dollarhide was the first child of Jesse Dollarhide, Sr., who had migrated to Indiana from Virginia by way of Kentucky in about 1813. Jesse Dollarhide, Sr. was a son of either John Dollarhide or Hezekiah Dollarhide -- both men lived on the Clinch River of Southwestern Virginia from about 1795. Before that, they had lived in Randolph and Caswell Counties, North Carolina. John and Hezekiah were sons of Francis Dollahide, III, who had come to North Carolina about 1746 from Baltimore County, Maryland. Francis, III was a grandson of the immigrant to America, Francis Dollahide, I, who had come to Anne Arundel County, Maryland in 1680. Francis Dollahide, I immigrated to America from County Dublin, Ireland, and was probably a son of Andrew Dollehide, an English landlord with a large estate near Dublin, Ireland.

John Dollarhide was raised on a farm in Harrison Township, Wayne County, Indiana until about 1827 when the family moved to Fountain County, Indiana. His brothers were Jesse, Jr., born 1816; William, born 1820; and Joel, born 1828. His sisters were Elizabeth, born about 1822; and Mary, born about 1824. His father purchased land in Tippecanoe County, Indiana in about 1835 and died there in 1840 at about the age of 55 years.

John Dollarhide was an owner of land as early as 1836 in Jasper County (now Newton Co.), Indiana. By 1850, the sons of Jesse, Sr. (John, Jesse, Jr., William, and Joel Dollarhide), were all married with children, and all had adjoining farms in Jasper County, Indiana near the town of Morocco. John Dollarhide was shown as a head of household in the 1850 census, along with his wife, Lucy, seven children, and his father-in-law, Philip Reynolds, who was living with the family. By 1852, the family was located in Illinois, based on a birth record for one of his children. The family also lived briefly in Dane County, Wisconsin, which was given as the grantee's residence on a deed record dated 1853 for a Fayette County, Iowa, land purchase made by John Dollarhide. However, since at least one of his children was shown in census records as being born in Illinois in 1854, the family may not have located permanently in Iowa until about 1854/55.

John Dollarhide was an ordained minister with the Evangelical United Brethren (EUB) and also filled in at Methodist churches. As a circuit rider for the EUB he conducted services in communities along the Rock River of northwestern Illinois and southwestern Wisconsin. He was the pastor of a Methodist church in West Union, Fayette County, Iowa from about 1855 to 1860. Rev. John Dollarhide and family left Iowa in the Spring of 1860, joining a wagon train to California. The youngest son of John and Lucy, Israel Dollarhide, was born during that journey (9 June 1860) on the Platte River Trail in Nebraska Territory.

In California, Rev. Dollarhide was a Home Missionary for the EUB, and he traveled all over the Central Valley of California. He was responsible for organizing several EUB churches for new settlements in the area. He was prominently mentioned in Evangelical United Brethren conference minute books as one of the faithful preachers of the gospel in the home mission front. (He was once recorded in the minute books formally apologizing to church superiors for his "comments made in anger..." but his comments were not recorded). John Dollarhide was a land owner and farmer in Indiana, Iowa, and California, in addition to his duties as a minister. He supported his travels in California's Central Valley by selling and trading merchandise to farmers, then trading produce for goods in the nearest towns. His family lived on a farm near the community of Paradise in Stanislaus County, California from about 1864, and after his death in 1869, the family continued to live there until the mid 1870s. Family tradition tells the story that John Dollarhide died from a heart attack while in the middle of a sermon. He was conducting an open-air service near the town of Woodbridge, San Joaquin County. He was buried at Woodbridge Cemetery, information based on an extant record book for the cemetery dating back to the 1860s. There is no grave marker today.

Children of John1 Dollarhide and Lucy (Reynolds) Dollarhide were as follows:

2. i. Jesse2 Dollarhide, born 9 Jan 1837, in Tippecanoe Co., Indiana; died 11 Aug 1861 at the battle of Wilson Creek, near Springfield, Missouri; and buried at the National Cemetery, Springfield, Missouri. He never married. Family tradition and military documents confirm that young Jesse was recruited to serve in the Union Army at the beginning of the Dollarhide family's journey to California. He left the wagon train and traveled to Leavenworth, Kansas, where he mustered into the Kansas Infantry. His death was recorded in the Kansas Adjutant General's published report of the civil war. There is no grave marker for Jesse Dollarhide at the battlefield and it is assumed that he was buried in one of the many "Unknown Union Soldier" graves found at the National Cemetery in Springfield, Missouri. After Jesse left the wagon train, the Dollarhide family continued their journey to California, and later recorded Jesse's death date in the family Bible. They did not hear of his death until several months after it happened.

+ 3. ii. Nancy Dollarhide, born 18 Jan 1839.

+ 4. iii. William Henry Harrison Dollarhide, born 30 Oct 1840.

+ 5. iv. Mary Jane Dollarhide, born 15 Jun 1842.

6. v. Joel Dollarhide, born 10 Mar 1844 in Jasper County, Indiana; died 16 Oct 1844 from typhoid fever in Jasper County, Indiana. Joel Dollarhide was the first of five children born to John and Lucy Dollarhide who died from typhoid fever, the dread disease which had plagued an area near Morocco, Indiana during the 1840s and 50s. The carriers of the disease were mosquitos from a nearby swamp. The source of the disease was not understood to be the mosquitos, but was thought to be associated with "bad air." A history of Jasper County, Indiana mentioned that typhoid fever killed hundreds of people in the county until the swamp was finally drained in the 1920s. The Dollarhide family sold prime productive farmland in Jasper County in the early 1850s (for very little money) just to get away from the annual typhoid outbreaks, and after the deaths of five of their children.

7. vi. John Jeffries Dollarhide, born 11 Nov 1845 in Jasper County, Indiana; died 30 Oct 1846 from typhoid fever in Jasper County, Indiana.

8. vii. Philip Dollarhide, born 10 Sep 1847 in Jasper County, Indiana; died 10 Aug 1851 from typhoid fever in Jasper County, Indiana.

9. viii. Isaiah Dollarhide, born 9 Sep 1849 in Jasper County, Indiana; died 13 Oct 1851 from typhoid fever in Jasper County, Indiana.

10. ix. Merinda Dollarhide, born 9 Apr 1851 in Jasper County, Indiana; died 25 Aug 1851 from typhoid fever in Jasper County, Indiana.

11. x. Samuel Walker Dollarhide, born 28 Aug 1852 in Illinois; died 18 Sep 1909 in Shasta County, California; buried Sep 1909 in Redding Cemetery, Redding, California. Samuel never married. He was a stage driver and teamster in Northern California most of his adult life. Along with his other bachelor brother, Israel, he drove stage from Fall River Mills to Redding, California, over a mountain pass that was narrow and dangerous. He died after his stage overturned and fell down a steep embankment. His obituary from the Courier-Free Press, Redding, California, Monday, 20 Sep 1909, page 4, col.4: "Sam Dollarhide Laid to Rest".

"The funeral of Samuel Dollarhide, the stage driver killed when his stage upset on the grade just east of this city early Saturday morning was held Monday morning at 10 o'clock from the parlors of the Redding Undertaking Company. Interment was made in the Redding Cemetery.

"The deceased was a native of Iowa and was 60 years old. He came to California in 1860. For 15 years he has resided in Shasta County and was well known in Fall River Valley. He was never married.

"There survived the well liked stage driver three brothers, John Dollarhide of Dayton, Washington, and I.S. Dollarhide and Lawrence Dollarhide of Fall River." (See CA 63 for death certificate, CA 32 for obituary, and CA 13 for 1900 census).

+ 12. xi. Loretta Lucy Dollarhide, born 21 Feb 1854.

+ 13. xii. Lawrence Dollarhide, born 9 Apr 1856.

+ 14. xiii. John Conrad Dollarhide, born 17 Mar 1858.

15. xiv. Israel Sloan Dollarhide, born 9 Jun 1860 on the Platte River Trail, Nebraska; died 13 Jan 1937 in Fall River Mills, Shasta County, California; and buried 17 Jan 1937 in Pine Grove Cemetery, Fall River Mills, California. An obituary for Israel appeared in the Fall River Tidings, 14 Jan 1937: "Death Comes to Pioneer Resident as Heart Fails"

"As he lay in his bed chatting with his two nephews, death came peacefully yesterday to Israel Dollarhide, 79-year-old pioneer resident of this valley. Israel, who had been employed for the past three years as a janitor at the local Bank of America, had been confined to his home, a cabin at Burton's campground, since Sunday evening, with a cold and a touch of the flu.

"Yesterday afternoon he chatted for awhile with his neighbor, George Rogers, and a little while later when he complained of feeling ill, his nephew, Ernest Dollarhide, who had been caring for him, summoned Dr. Pratt, who prescribed medicine for his treatment and left. A short time later another nephew, Gerald Dollarhide, of Big Valley, called to see the sick man and was visiting with him when he quietly expired. Death was caused by heart failure due to the decedent's advanced age and the weakening effect of the cold.

"Funeral services will be held tomorrow afternoon, at 2 p.m. at the Methodist church at Fall River Mills, with Rev. Norman Paul Babcock officiating. Interment will be in the I.O.O.F. Memorial Cemetery, with Ryan's Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.

"Israel Slone Dollarhide was born, the fourteenth child of John and Lucy Dollarhide, in an emigrant train wagon, June 9, 1860, somewhere along the North Platte in Nebraska, while his parents were migrating to California from Iowa.

"The family arrived in California in the Fall of 1860 and settled in Yolo County near where the present town of Woodland is located. Here, the father, John Dollarhide passed away December 22, 1869.

"A short time later the family moved to Oregon and lived for several years near where the present city of Salem now stands. Here Israel went to school. Sometime in the 70's the family returned to California and settled near Modesto, where they lived until 1881, when they arrived in the Fall River Valley and settled on the old Zumwalt ranch, on the site of the present town of McArthur.

"Two years later the family took up a homestead on the plains between McArthur and Glenburn, where they lived for about eight years, when Mrs. Lucy Dollarhide moved to Dayton, Butte County, where she passed her remaining years.

"Israel was one of the real old-time stage drivers, having driven horse and wagon stages for 25 years in this area. Among the routes which he covered were the stage lines from Redding to Bieber, from Adin to Bartle and from Bieber to Alturas.

"Following the coming of automobiles and the passing of the horse-drawn stages, Israel worked on ranches in this area for many years. One of the last ranches on which he was to work was the Dixie Valley ranch of the Cox and Clarke Company, where he helped construct a canal and reservoir. For over three years prior to his passing he was a janitor in the local bank."

16. xv. Lucy Priscilla Dollarhide, born 25 Jul 1862 in Stanislaus Co. (?), California. She was married 3 Oct 1878, in Los Banos, Merced Co., California to John W. Childers.

Second Generation

3. Nancy 2 Dollarhide, (Rev. John1), born 18 Jan 1839 in Tippecanoe (?) Co., Indiana; died 31 Jan 1879 in Los Banos, Merced Co., California; and buried Feb 1879 in Los Banos, California. She was married 16 Feb 1860, in Fayette Co., Iowa to Samuel A. Smith, son of Louis Smith and of Elizabeth Porter. Nancy and Samuel Smith are considered the founders of Los Banos, California, where they bought a large farm in about 1862. There are oil portraits of Nancy and Sam prominently displayed in the Los Banos Museum, honoring their position as early pioneers there. They had a large family, but their descendants beyond their children have not been identified yet. (See CA 98, "S. A. Smith was the first area sky farmer", newspaper article about early Smith and Dollarhide families in Los Banos, Calif.) This family was mentioned in a biographical sketch in History of Merced County, California (CA 46), by John Outcalt (1925): "Samuel Smith, born near Rock Island, Illinois in 1839... came to Fayette County, Iowa in 1856. In 1862, crossed the plains to California. They spent the first year in Yolo County, Calif., then Solano County for several seasons. They finally reached Merced County October 1878. Samuel married in Iowa Nancy Dollarhide, who was born in Indiana, the daughter of John Dollarhide, who had come to California in the pioneer days, settling on the Sacramento River. Nancy died in 1879, leaving seven children: Oscar E. Smith; Jasper Smith, of Soquel; Grant Smith, now deceased; Frank Smith, of Los Banos; Charles P. Smith, of Los Banos; Alice, and Amanthus Smith. Three children died prior to Nancy's passing." Samuel Smith died 5 Jan 1923 in Los Banos, Merced Co., Calif. His death certificate gives his birth as 14 Feb 1839 in Illinois. He was a resident of Los Banos, California for 55 years, and was buried 7 Jan 1923 in Los Banos. (See abstract, in CA 77 and see CA 45 for Los Banos Cemetery records for this family). Cemetery records reveal some names of children: Nettie May Smith, an infant, died 1877; Mabel and Maud Smith (twins) died as infants, 1878 and 1879; and Amanthuse Smith, born 19 Oct 1864, died 15 Jun 1929.

Children of Samuel A. and Nancy2 (Dollarhide) Smith were as follows:

17. i. Oscar E.3 Smith, born about 1861 in Fayette Co., Iowa; died after 1925.

18. ii. Jasper Smith, born about 1862 in California; died after 1925.

19. iii. Amanthus Smith, born 19 Oct 1864 in California; died 15 Jun 1929 in Los Banos, Merced Co., California.

20. iv. Frank Smith, born about 1865 in California; died after 1925.

21. v. Grant Smith, born about 1866 in California; died before 1926.

22. vi. Charles P. Smith, born about 1867 in California; died after 1925.

23. vii. Alice Smith, born about 1869 in California; died after 1925.

24. viii. Nettie May Smith, born about 1875/1876 in Los Banos, Merced Co., California; died 1877 in Los Banos, Merced Co., California.

25. ix. Maud Smith, twin, born about 1878 in Los Banos, Merced Co., California; died 1879 in Los Banos, Merced Co., California.

26. x. Mabel Smith, twin, born about 1878 in Los Banos, Merced Co., California; died 1878 in Los Banos, Merced Co., California.

4. William Henry Harrison2 Dollarhide, (Rev. John 1), born 30 Oct 1840 in Jasper Co., Indiana; died 1896 near Fall River Mills, Shasta Co., California; buried 1896 in Pine Grove Cemetery, McArthur, California. He was married 1860 in Fayette Co., Iowa to Lavina A. Reynolds, daughter of F. Reynolds and of ---- ----. William H. H. Dollarhide's early life was spent on the family farm in Jasper County, Indiana, when at about the age of 15, the family moved to Illinois, then soon after to Iowa. He traveled with his new bride to California in the Spring of 1860, making his home first in Solano County, and then near the town of Los Banos in Merced County. By the late 1870s, he moved his family to Shasta County, California near the town of Fall River Mills. The Dollarhides were involved in timber and mining interests. William appears in the Great Register of Voters for Merced County, California, first registered on 1 Apr 1871, with a comment, "certificate from Santa Clara County". He last appeared in the 1875 voter list. Lavina (Reynolds) Dollarhide was born 7 May 1908 in New York. She was buried in Pine Grove Cemetery, Shasta Co., Calif. (See CA 62 for an abstract of her death certificate).

Children of William Henry Harrison2 and Lavina A. (Reynolds) Dollarhide were as follows:

+ 27. i. Benjamin Philander3 Dollarhide, born 20 Jan 1861.

28. ii. Minnie Dollarhide, born about 1865 in California. She was married 28 Aug in Shasta Co., California to Charles W. Winslow.

29. iii. Martha Orissa (Mattie) Dollarhide, born about 1867 in California. She was married (1) 23 Jul 1887, in Shasta Co., California to Robert B. Elder; and was married (2) 29 Nov 1900, in Shasta Co., California to Amos Anders.

30. iv. William Dollarhide, born about 1868/1870 in California. He died as a young man from a rattlesnake bite.

31. v. Lillie Alice Dollarhide, born about 1871 in California. She was married about 1890/1895, in California to John Long.

+ 32. vi. Ernest Henry Dollarhide, born 5 Dec 1872.

33. vii. Louisa Belle Dollarhide, born Apr 1876 in California. She was married (1) 10 Oct 1900, in Shasta Co., California to William H. Estes; and was married (2) 24 Jun 1902, in Shasta Co., California to Thomas W. Fitzpatrick.

+ 34. viii. Amasa Reynolds Dollarhide, born 3 Dec 1881.

35. ix. Loretta (Etta) Dollarhide, born Jun 1884 in Shasta Co., California. She was married 8 Jun 1902, in Shasta Co., California to Edward Jenkins.

36. x. Jesse F. Dollarhide, born about 1886 in Shasta Co. (?), California. No further information is known about this person.

37. xi. Marie Dollarhide, born about 1888 in Shasta Co. (?), California. She died as a young child.

5. Mary Jane2 Dollarhide, (Rev. John 1), born 15 Jun 1842 in Jasper Co., Indiana; died 4 Jun 1910 in Plumas Co., California. She was married 3 Apr 1860, in Fayette Co., Iowa to Miles Tanner. An obituary appeared in the Plumas National-Bulletin, town of Quincy, Plumas County, Calif., Monday, 6 Jun 1910, page 1: "Death of Mrs. Miles Tanner at Crescent, One of the Old Residents of Indian Valley Answers Final Summons."

"The not unexpected death of Mrs. Miles Tanner occurred at an early hour yesterday at her home in Crescent Mills. Late last fall Mrs. Tanner was prostrated by a most serious illness, and for more than a week her life was almost despaired of. Under the skillful care of Dr. Rutledge, however, she improved, but in consequence of her advanced age and debilitated condition, she had been an invalid until the recent attack resulting her death.

"Mrs. Tanner was one of the older residents of Indian Valley, and for many years she and her family made their home at Greenville and Crescent Mills. She was the wife of Mr. Miles Tanner and the mother of several children who have since grown to womanhood and manhood. The children living are Mrs. Minerva Brown of Greenville; Mrs. O.A. Wheelock of the same place; Mrs. Thomas McRorie and Mr. George Tanner of Crescent Mills.

"Desceased was a devoted wife and mother always endeavoring to do her duty in life's long struggles. To the bereaved husband, children and grandchildren we join in words of kindly sympathy. The funeral ceremonies were held at Crescent Mills this afternoon and were attended by a large number of neighbors and friends."

Children of Miles and Mary Jane2 (Dollarhide) Tanner were as follows:

38. i. ----- 3 (female) Tanner. She was married to O. A. Wheelock.

39. ii. ----- (female) Tanner. She was married to Thomas McRorie.

40. iii. George Tanner.

41. iv. Minerva Tanner. She was married to ---- Brown.

42. v. Sophia Tanner, born Jun 1860 in California; died 19 Dec 1908 in Shasta Co., California. She was married 23 Dec 1888, in Shasta Co., California to Lawrence Dollarhide, son of John Dollarhide and of Lucy Reynolds. Sophia married her own uncle (her mother's brother). Her children are shown under No. 13, Lawrence Dollarhide.

43. vi. Carrie Tanner, born 1871 in Merced Co., California. She was married to ---- Arnold.

12. Loretta Lucy2 Dollarhide, (Rev. John 1), born 21 Feb 1854 in Illinois; died 27 Mar 1929 in Oroville, Butte Co., California; buried in Oroville, California. She was married 5 May 1870, in Butte Co., California to David S. Keener.

Children of David S. and Loretta Lucy2 (Dollarhide) Keener were as follows:

44. i. (Child 1)3 Keener.

45. ii. (Child 2) Keener.

13. Lawrence2 Dollarhide, (Rev. John 1), born 9 Apr 1856 in Fayette Co., Iowa; died 6 Sep 1911 in Fall River Mills, Shasta Co., California. He was married 23 Dec 1888, in Shasta Co., California to Sophia Tanner, daughter of Miles Tanner and of Mary Jane Dollarhide. Lawrence married his own niece. Sophia was a daughter of Lawrence's sister, Mary Jane Dollarhide, who married Miles Tanner. (See vitals for No. 5 above). All of the children of this union had genetic birth defects.

Children of Lawrence2 and Sophia (Tanner) Dollarhide were as follows:

46. i. Moses3 Dollarhide, born 15 Mar 1886 in Shasta Co., California; died 30 Nov 1939 in Siskiyou Co., California. He was buried at Memorial Cemetery, Mt. Shasta, California, 4 Dec 1939. Moses was born of parents who were closely related, and suffered as a result of that union. He was an "idiot sevant," who could barely function, yet he worked as a laborer. It was discovered that in spite of his mental handicaps, he could solve complicated algebraic equations in his head. The portrayal of Rainman (the movie) was very close to that of Moses Dollarhide.

47. ii. Jesse Floyd Dollarhide, born 19 Jun 1890 in Shasta Co., California; died 18 Mar 1908 in Shasta Co., California.

48. iii. Verde Dollarhide, born Feb 1898 in California; died 14 Jul 1952 in Shasta Co., California.

49. iv. (Child) Dollarhide, born before 1900 in Shasta Co. (?), California; died as an infant.

14. John Conrad2 Dollarhide, (Rev. John 1), born 17 Mar 1858 in Des Moines, Polk County, Iowa; died 7 Jun 1934 in Port Angeles, Clallam County, Washington; buried 10 Jun 1934 at Oceanview Cemetery, Pt. Angeles, Washington. He was married 18 Sep 1887, near Pittville, Shasta County, California to Addie McNamer, daughter of John Hurley McNemar and of Amanda Jane Mayfield. Addie was born 20 Mar 1868 in Salem, Oregon; died 19 Feb 1944 in Seattle, Washington. John Conrad Dollarhide was one of fifteen children. In 1860, at the age of two years, his family traveled from Des Moines, Iowa to Dixon, California via wagon train. He was raised in the San Joaquin Valley near the community of Paradise, Stanislaus County, California. When his father died, John was twelve years old, and one of only four children still living at home. He stayed at home caring for his mother and younger brothers and sister, working the farm. He acquired skills in working with horses and was to follow the trade of teamster most of his life. He drove stage coaches and freight wagons, working with large teams of horses at a time. At the age of 29, he met his bride-to-be, Addie McNemar, while driving a stage coach (for her father) near the town of Fall River Mills, California. They nurtured their courtship at the local Grange Hall dances. Addie was a slender, dark-haired beauty, but was a victim of a childhood accident which left one of her legs stiff for her entire life. A daughter of John McNemar, the famous Wells, Fargo Messenger, she knew of many adventures as a young girl. Her father was known in Northern California as the man who was the first to stand up to the bandits stopping stages in the 1870s. John McNemar went into the stage business in Northern California, which took him and his family to the area where John and Addie first met. McNemar shot and killed a would-be stage robber early in his career, which gave him a notoriety that followed him the rest of his life. John Dollarhide often said he married the "belle of the valley." The young couple lived near Pittville for only a couple of years, then traveled to Siskiyou County, California, where they bought a large boarding house in the town of Fort Jones. John continued his trade of teamster, while Addie operated a Hotel/Boarding House. The first six of their nine children were born in Northern California. The business never went well after a new mountain road was built some 20 miles to the east of them -- and after working in the coastal mountain areas bordering California and Oregon, John moved the family to a new homestead in Washington State in 1905. John was never much of a farmer, but worked with his team in the wheat harvests and doing general hauling in the town of Dayton, Columbia County, Washington. The family raised their own garden and kept milk cows, and other farm animals. They were never rich, but they were never hungry, either. John Conrad Dollarhide was a mild mannered man, usually with a pleasant smile on his face. He was a quiet person to strangers, but to his children he was a gentle and caring man -- and they all loved him dearly. He was a very talented singer and played the guitar. His daughter, Mable Hartman, recalled her father sitting in a rocking chair strumming his guitar and singing songs. In 1917, he had two sons who were soldiers in France during World War I, and the old songs he would play would bring tears to his eyes. The whole family would be affected by his music. After the winter of 1921-1922, John saw his daughter Zelma die from typhoid fever, and several of his children taken ill. The family decided to sell the farm and move across the state where jobs and opportunities abounded. He sold the farm and moved to Port Angeles, Washington, where he and most of his sons took work in the local sawmills. He spent a comfortable retirement in Pt. Angeles until his death in 1934. His son, Rev. Albert Dollarhide, officiated at his funeral, and John Conrad Dollarhide was laid to rest at Oceanview Cemetery overlooking the Strait of Juan de Fuca. His wife followed him ten years later. (See WA4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10 [obit], 11, 13 [death cert]).

Obituary (WA11), from Port Angeles Evening News, 21 Feb 1944: "Mrs. Addie Dollarhide, 76, widow of the late John C. Dollarhide of Port Angeles, died at Seattle February 19. Funeral services will be held at the Assembly of God church here Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock with Rev. W. E. Keller officiating. Burial will be in Ocean View cemetery. "Mrs. Dollarhide was born at Salem, Oregon March 20, 1868 and came here with her family 22 years ago. Mr. Dollarhide died in 1934 and his widow resided here until going to Seattle six weeks ago. She was a long-time member of the Assembly of God church. "Surviving relatives include five sons, Charles L. and Harry L. Dollarhide, Port Angeles and John C. Dollarhide, Everett, Leslie R. Dollarhide, Vancouver, Wash and Albert Dollarhide, Kalama, Wash; three daughters, Mrs. Dewey Fernleaf, Eureka, Calif., Mrs. Mable Jones, Seattle, and Mrs. Leota Padgett, Seattle. There are 35 grandchildren, eighteen great-grandchildren and two brothers." (See Dollarhide WA9, 11, 12).

Children of John Conrad2 and Addie (McNamer) Dollarhide were as follows:

+ 50. i. Charles Leonard3 Dollarhide, born 21 Jan 1888.

51. ii. Ann Dollarhide, born Sep 1889 in Pittville, Shasta County, California; died Oct 1889 in Pittville, Shasta County, California.

52. iii. Harry Leroy Dollarhide, born 24 Aug 1890 in Pittville, Shasta County, California; died Mar 1945 in Pt. Angeles, Clallam County, Washington; buried Mar 1945 in Oceanview Cemetery, Pt. Angeles, Washington. He never married. He was known as Roy Dollarhide, and worked as a logger in the Olympic peninsula forests during the 1920s and 30s. He served in the U.S. Army during World War I (as a cook). He was a skilled sawyer, and worked in the old Charles Nelson mill in Pt. Angeles for several years before that mill burned down. He never married, but remained home to care for his mother until her death. (See WA4, 9).

53. iv. Matthew (Mattie) Dollarhide, born 6 Nov 1893 in Stockton, San Joaquin County, California; died Mar 1894 in Shasta County (?), California.

+ 54. v. John Clifford Dollarhide, born 11 Sep 1895.

+ 55. vi. Dewie Austine Dollarhide, born 20 Aug 1898.

+ 56. vii. Lesley Herman Dollarhide, born 28 Sep 1900.

57. viii. Mable Clare Dollarhide, born 18 Jan 1903 in Crescent City, Del Norte County, California. She now lives in Blaine, Washington. She was married (1) about 1929, to George Park; and was married (2) after 1930, to David Jones; and was married (3) about 1960, to Cal Hartman. (See WA4, 6).

+ 58. ix. Albert Raymond Dollarhide, born 19 Apr 1905.

59. x. Zelma Wilmia Dollarhide, born 18 Sep 1907 in Dayton, Columbia County, Washington; died 30 Dec 1921 in Dayton, Columbia County, Washington; buried Jan 1922 in City Cemetery, Dayton, Washington. For death certificate, see WA16. She died from typhoid fever, and is buried in Dayton Cemetery. A stone was placed to mark her grave by her brothers, several years after her death.

60. xi. Ethel Leota (Tootsie) Dollarhide, born 6 Sep 1911 in Dayton, Columbia County, Washington. She now lives in Blaine, Washington. She was married 1929, in Pt. Angeles, Clallam County, Washington to Albert Francis Padgette, son of Samuel Padgette and of Julia ----. They had two sons, Larry Padgette and Clifford Padgette.

Third Generation

27. Benjamin Philander3 Dollarhide, (William Henry Harrison2, Rev. John1), born 20 Jan 1861 in Merced Co., California; died 3 Mar 1936 in Lasson Co., California. He was married 14 Feb 1892, in Alturas, Modoc County, California to Alameda A. Howe, daughter of W. E. Howe and of ---- ----. Benjamin's death certificate gives his address at time of death as 511 Birch St., Westwood, Lasson Co., California, which was also the address for the informant, Jack J. Dollarhide. Benjamin was buried at Cedarville Cemetery, 6 Mar 1936. Alameda was killed in an automobile accident near Red Bluff, CA at 83 years on 17 Oct. 1959.

Children of Benjamin Philander3 and Alameda A. (Howe) Dollarhide were as follows:

61. i. Jessie4 Dollarhide, born Jan 1893 in California. She was married to L. Z. Chase.

+ 62. ii. Jason Herman Dollarhide, born 29 Oct 1894.

63. iii. Pearl Bernice Dollarhide, born Dec 1896 in California. She was married about 1915/1920, in Modoc Co., California to Joe Pryor.

+ 64. iv. William Henry (Pete) Dollarhide, born 13 Jun 1899.

65. v. Joseph Edward Dollarhide, born 27 Jun 1903 in Lake City, California. He was married 11 Jan 1925, in Lasson Co., California to Cap ----.

66. vi. Theodore Dollarhide, born about 1905 in California; died in 1949. He was killed in an automobile accident on his honeymoon.

+ 67. vii. Jack Justine Dollarhide, born 1 Dec 1911.

32. Ernest Henry3 Dollarhide, (William Henry Harrison2, Rev. John1), born 5 Dec 1872 near Los Alamos, Merced Co., California; died 13 May 1939 in Burney, Shasta Co., California. He was married 29 Nov 1900, in Fall River Mills, Shasta County, California to Lydia Isabella (Belle) Bartle, daughter of Jerome Bartle and of Catherine Startt. She was born 17 Nov 1882 in California; died 20 Jun 1911 at Fall River Mills, California. (see CA 60).

Children of Ernest Henry3 and Belle (Bartle) Dollarhide were as follows:

+ 68. i. Milton Jerome4 Dollarhide, born 6 Sep 1901.

+ 69. ii. Hallie Fay Dollarhide, born 14 Aug 1903.

+ 70. iii. Wesley Charles Dollarhide, born 28 May 1907.

71. iv. Ernest Henry Dollarhide, Jr., born 8 Jun 1909 in Cedarville, Modoc Co., California; died 16 Jun 1969 in California. He was married about 1929, in California, to Lila Stutsman Palmer. Lila A. Dollarhide died 1 Sep 1959 in Shasta County.

+ 72. v. John Franklin Dollarhide, born 15 Jun 1911.

34. Amasa Reynolds3 Dollarhide, (William Henry Harrison2, Rev. John 1), born 3 Dec 1881 in Fall River Mills, Shasta Co., California; died 6 Mar 1947 in Summit City, California. He was married (1) 11 May 1904, in McArthur, Shasta County, California to Jennie M. Pruden; and was married (2) 3 Feb 1907, in Alturas, Modoc County, California to Diehless Undine Addington, daughter of Joseph Addington and of Emma Schaffer. Diehless (Addington) Dollarhide was born 12 Sep 1885 and died 5 Nov 1925 in Canby, Modoc Co., California. She died giving birth to daughter, Odessa Undine Dollarhide, who also died at childbirth. Diehless was buried in Cedarville, California.

Children of Amasa Reynolds3 and Diehless Undine (Addington) Dollarhide were as follows:

+ 73. i. Gerald Amasa4 Dollarhide, born 3 Dec 1907.

74. ii. Lilly Bell Dollarhide, born 10 Apr 1910 in Cedarville, Modoc Co., California. She was married 10 Apr 1926, in Shasta Co. (?), California to Harold Hess.

75. iii. Enoch Colburn Dollarhide, born 30 Aug 1911 in Cedarville, Modoc Co., California; died as an infant in Cedarville, Modoc Co., California.

76. iv. Erma May Dollarhide, born 30 Sep 1912 in Cedarville, Modoc Co., California. She was married (1) Alvin Steavson; and was married (2) 11 Feb 1932, in California, to Tillman C. Hess.

77. v. Emma Lovina Dollarhide, born 5 Feb 1914 in Pittville, Shasta Co., California. She was married 7 Feb 1932, in California to Walter G. Harden.

78. vi. Floyd William Dollarhide, born 1 Dec 1915 in Cedarville, Modoc Co., California.

79. vii. Diehless Odessa (Elva) Dollarhide, born 30 Apr 1918 in Sterling City, California. She was married 5 May 1933, in Modoc County, California to Noble Kenyon.

80. viii. Lois Elnore Dollarhide, born 12 Jun 1920 in Sterling City, California. She was married about 1938/1940, in California to Lesley Kenyon.

+ 81. ix. Elmer Marrian Dollarhide, born 30 Mar 1922.

+ 82. x. Derald Raymond Dollarhide, born 20 Mar 1924.

83. xi. Odessa Undine Dollarhide, born 6 Nov 1925 in Cedarville, Modoc Co., California; died 6 Nov 1925 in Cedarville, Modoc Co., California. Odessa died at birth along with her mother.

50. Charles Leonard3 Dollarhide, (John Conrad2, Rev. John1), born 21 Jan 1888 in Susanville, Lassen County, California; died 6 Nov 1965 in Pt. Angeles, Clallam County, Washington; and buried 8 Nov 1965 in Oceanview Cemetery, Pt. Angeles, Washington. He was married about 1908, in Dayton, Columbia County, Washington to Belle Bundy. (See WA4, 5, & 8, 9).

Children of Charles Leonard3 and Belle (Bundy) Dollarhide were as follows:

84. i. Clifford Leo4 Dollarhide, born 19 Mar 1909 in Dayton, Columbia Co., Washington. He was married about 1928/1930, in Pt. Angeles, Washington to Adeline Johnson. (See WA4).

85. ii. Wilma Euline Dollarhide, born 10 Jun 1911 in Dayton, Columbia Co., Washington. She was married (1) 5 Dec 1928, in Pt. Angeles, Clallam Co., Washington to Ralph Ward; and was married (2) 28 Sep 1942, in Superior, Montana to Carmen Torchie.

86. iii. Kenneth Raymond Dollarhide, born about 1913 in Dayton, Columbia Co., Washington; died about 1913 in Dayton, Columbia Co., Washington.

87. iv. Emma Bonita Dollarhide, born 28 Aug 1915 in Walla Walla, Washington. She was married (1) to Al Conklin; and was married (2) to Hal Kennedy.

88. v. Olga Lemae Dollarhide, born Feb 1918 in Walla Walla, Washington. She was married to Chet ----.

89. vi. Vinis Echo Dollarhide, born 5 Oct 1919 in Walla Walla, Washington. She was married to Wes Coffelt.

90. vii. Eldauna Legreta Dollarhide, born 21 Dec 1920 in Walla Walla, Washington. She was married 18 Aug 1941, in Ellensburg, Washington to Jake Schenefeld.

+ 91. viii. Charles Gregory Dollarhide, born Jul 1923/1924.

92. ix. Dora Genebelle Dollarhide, born 11 Mar 1926 in Walla Walla, Washington. She was married 20 Oct 1942, in Pt. Angeles, Clallam County, Washington to Jim Coffeld.

+ 93. x. George Berten Dollarhide, born 17 Jan 1931.

94. xi. Barbara Mae Dollarhide, born 6 Sep 1933/1934 in Pt. Angeles, Clallam Co., Washington.

54. John Clifford3 Dollarhide, (John Conrad2, Rev. John1), born 11 Sep 1895 in Shasta County, California; died 17 Aug 1950 in Everett, Snohomish County, Washington; buried Aug 1950 in Everett, Washington. He was married (1) to Nina Foster; and was married (2) to Cecil Fisher; and was married (3) about 1935, in Everett, Washington to Thelma (nee -----) (Rohde) Ellis. The obituary of John Dollarhide from the Everett Herald: "John Clifford Dollarhide, 54, of 3401 Nassau Avenue, died at his home Thursday evening after an extended illness. Mr. Dollarhide was born in Shasta County, California, September 11, 1895, and had lived in Everett for the past 20 years. He was a member of the Trinity Episcopal Church. He was formerly employed at the Dickson Cigar Store. He was a disabled veteran of World War I and a member of the Old Guard Post No. 2100, VFW; Earl Faulkner Post No. 6, American Legion; FOE No. 13, and the Culinary Workers Union. Surviving him are his widow, Velma L. Dollarhide of 3401 Nassau Avenue; two sons, Pfc Gene R. Dollarhide of the U.S. Army and Gerald J. Dollarhide at the family home; three sisters, Mrs. John Fernleaf of Korbel, Calif., Mrs. David Jones of Seattle and Mrs. A. F. Padgett of 1627 Rockefeller Avenue, and three brothers, C.L. Dollarhide of Port Angeles, A.R. Dollarhide and L.H. Dollarhide, both of Portland, Oregon." (See WA 4, 24).

Children of Thelma (----) Rohde Ellis and adopted by John Clifford3 Dollarhide were as follows:

+ 95. i. Gene (nee Rohde)4 Dollarhide, born 7 Nov 1930.

+ 96. ii. Gerald John (nee Ellis) Dollarhide, born 30 Jun 1933.

55. Dewie Austine3 Dollarhide, (John Conrad2, Rev. John1), born 20 Aug 1898 in Fort Jones, Siskiyou County, California; died Jun 1981 in Eureka, Humboldt County, California; and buried Jun 1981 in Sunset Cemetery, Eureka, California. She was married 1913 in Dayton, Columbia County, Washington to John Edwin Fernleaf, Jr., son of John Edwin Fernleaf, Sr. and of Mary ----.

Children of John Edwin and Dewie Austine3 (Dollarhide) Fernleaf were as follows:

97. i. William Conrad4 Fernleaf, born 8 Apr 1914 in Columbia Co., Washington; died 9 Sep 1950 in Eureka, Humboldt Co., California. He was married to Lorena Swanson.

98. ii. Mary Fernleaf, born 17 Aug 1917 in Columbia Co., Washington. She now lives in Fontana, California. She was married about 1937, in Eureka, Humboldt Co., California to Joe Vagle.

99. iii. Wanda Fernleaf, born 9 Aug 1919 in Columbia Co., Washington. She was married about 1938, in Los Angeles, California to Fred Vogel.

100. iv. John Edwin Fernleaf, III, born about 1921 in Columbia Co., Washington.

101. v. Infant Boy Fernleaf, born and died about 1922 in Columbia Co., Washington.

102. vi. Virginia Ruth Fernleaf, born 29 Nov 1927 in California.

103. vii. Leroy Clay Fernleaf, born 10 Jan 1929 in California.

104. viii. Adeline Austine Fernleaf, born 19 Apr 1931 in Petrulia, California. She now lives in Arcata, California. She was married Adrian Sallady.

105. ix. Ella May Fernleaf, born 24 May 1933 in Petrolia, Humboldt Co., California. She now lives in Hawaii. She was married 7 Jun 1947, in Eureka, Humboldt Co., California to Ballard Anderson Lowery.

106. x. Richard Wayne Fernleaf, born 21 Oct 1934 in Eureka, Humboldt Co., California. He now lives in Newburg, Oregon. He was married to Verna Jean Black.

56. Lesley Herman 3 Dollarhide, (John Conrad2, Rev. John1), born 28 Sep 1900 in Medford, Jackson County, Oregon; died 17 Apr 1967 in Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon; buried Apr 1967 in Portland, Oregon. He was married (1) about 1921, in Dayton, Columbia Co., Washington to Neva Zinn; and was married (2) about 1933, in Portland, Oregon to Margaret ----. (See WA6).

Children of Lesley Herman3 and Neva (Zinn) Dollarhide were as follows:

107. i. Vivian May4 Dollarhide, born 3 Dec 1920 in Dayton, Columbia Co., Washington. She now lives in Seattle, Washington. She was married 28 Aug 1942, in Seattle, King Co., Washington to Frank Cockle.

108. ii. Addie Ellen Dollarhide, born 18 Oct 1923 in Pt. Angeles, Clallam Co., Washington. She now lives in Sequim, Washington. She was married 23 Feb 1941, in Pt. Angeles, Clallam County, Washington to Roy Goos.

+ 109. iii. Albert Leroy Dollarhide, born 24 May 1925.

Children of Lesley Herman3 and Margaret (----) Dollarhide were as follows:

110. i. Joan4 Dollarhide, born about 1933/1935 in Clark Co., Washington. She was married to ---- Lofland.

111. ii. Marilyn Dollarhide, triplet, born about 1935/1938 in Portland, Multnomah Co., Oregon. She was married to ---- Malstrom.

112. iii. Jerilyn Dollarhide, triplet, born about 1935/1938 in Portland, Multnomah Co., Oregon. She was married to ---- McVicker.

113. iv. Carolyn Dollarhide, triplet, born about 1935/1938 in Portland, Multnomah Co., Oregon; died as an infant.

58. Rev. Albert Raymond3 Dollarhide, (John Conrad2, Rev. John1), born 19 Apr 1905 near Oakland, Douglas County, Oregon; died 18 Mar 1977 in Blaine, Whatcom County, Washington; buried 24 Mar 1977 in Crown Hill Cemetery, Seattle, Washington. He was married 18 Jan 1930, in Puyallup, Pierce County, Washington to Marjory Watkins Wiles, daughter of Elmer Ross Wiles and of Julia Angeline Watkins. Albert Dollarhide was born during his family's covered wagon journey from California to a new homestead in Washington State. He chose the town of Oakland, Oregon for the event, and the family remained there but a couple of days before continuing on their journey with the new infant. A birth certificate for Albert indicated his name as "Baby Boy Dollarhide", and the attending physician included a note, "These people left the county soon after the birth."

Albert was raised on a farm near Dayton, Washington. His father, John C. Dollarhide and his oldest brother, Charles Leonard Dollarhide, had entered homesteads of 160 acres each on adjoining lands, about fifteen miles south of the town of Dayton. Albert attended school at a log cabin called the Dollarhide School on the Touchet River, some twelve miles south of Dayton. It was a one-room schoolhouse, and the teacher was the daughter of the County Judge, a Miss ------. The school got its name from the fact that most of the students were his brothers and sisters, as well as his nieces and nephews, all named Dollarhide, obviously.

During the summers, Albert, from age 12, worked in the wheat harvests of the rolling hills near Dayton, Waitsburg, and Walla Walla, Washington -- the most productive wheat-growing region in the world. Before motorized farm implements, the giant wheat harvesters were pulled by as many as thirty horses, and it took a crew of fifty men to swathe, furrow, cut, and collect the wheat; plus they used a dozen or more horse-drawn wagons to load the grain alongside the harvesters. Albert worked at several different field jobs and followed the harvest in the region with a crew of workers, beginning as a water carrier for the work crew, and later, as a teenager, working 12-hour days as part of the harvester crew.

His family moved across the state of Washington to Port Angeles, Clallam County in 1919. He began working as a logger at the age of 16 years. For several years he worked at logging camps located in the rain forests of the Olympic Pennisula, the site of the largest cedar and spruce trees in the world. Some trees required loggers standing on "spring boards" some twenty feet above the ground, and using long, two-man cross-cut saws to cut down the gigantic trees. A team of eight or more men was not unusual to cut down the giant trees. A typical old-growth cedar was several hundred years old, three hundred feet in height, and as much as twenty-five feet across at the base. To bring down such a tree, it would often take a crew of sawyers over two weeks of sawing. Albert began work as an oiler, an entry level job involving the care of the tree-felling crews by providing oil for their saws and other necessities. But a short time later, he became a tree feller himself. At the age of sixteen, Albert was six feet tall, about 190 pounds, and could match up physically with just about anyone. Logging camps in the 1920s were notorious for rough and ready characters, fond of liquor, and quick to fight. Albert was involved in a few brawls, but was always able to hold his own.

In the late 1920s, Albert spent time traveling and working at various jobs in Idaho, Wyoming, and Montana, using the hobo method of travel -- jumping freight cars. In 1926, Albert went to church with his mother in Port Angeles, who attended the local Salvation Army chapel regularly. Albert became a born-again Christian, and felt a call from God to be a minister of the Gospel. He was ordained a minister by the Assemblies of God in 1928.

Rev. Albert Dollarhide was capable of delivering intense Bible-thumping and fire-and-brimstone sermons, but was also known for his sincerity and humbleness. He was a gifted public speaker, and often brought his audience to laughter and tears within the same sermon. His best sermons were those in which he talked about "the love of God" and used colorful illustrations from his own life experiences to get his message across. His children often accused him of having only 52 sermons, because the family seem to move every year.

His first church was in Enumclaw, Washington, and it was during his first term as a pastor that he met and married Marjory Wiles. They had the first two of their seven children in Enumclaw. Rev. Dollarhide then took a church in Aberdeen, Washington, followed by churches in Eugene, Corvallis, and Salem, Oregon; and later in Moses Lake, Spokane, Brewster, and Winthrop, Washington. He retired to live in Blaine, Washington in 1967, where he lived until his death in 1977.

Marjory Watkins Wiles was the oldest of three daughters born to Elmer and Julia Wiles. The three were only fifteen months apart, and were raised like triplets. Her childhood was comfortable, living at home with her mother and sisters, while their father was on the road often. He was a traveling salesman. They moved frequently, and her father followed his dream of being an independent business owner. He failed at several different businesses -- but thrived when he took work as a salesman. The family lived in Topeka, Kansas in 1910 and later in Atchison, Kansas. They also lived in Malvern, Iowa and in Minot, North Dakota. In 1919 the family moved to Seattle, Washington, where a cousin had lived for several years. Marjory's father worked in the shipyards in Seattle for a few years, then went back into sales. She learned to play the piano at an early age, and by 16 was playing for church services in Seattle. She met Albert Dollarhide at a church service in Seattle, where he was the speaker.

Children of Albert Raymond3 and Marjory Watkins (Wiles) Dollarhide were as follows:

+ 114. i. Eunice Leota4 Dollarhide, born 19 Nov 1930.

+ 115. ii. Norman Leslie Dollarhide, born 4 May 1932.

116. iii. Albert Richard Dollarhide, born 9 Apr 1934 in Pt. Angeles, Clallam County, Washington; died 1996 in Blaine, Whatcom County, Washington. He never married. Richard, as he preferred to be called, was an accomplished musician. He was trained by his mother on the violin and piano from an early age. For many years, he earned his living as a professional lounge musician, playing the piano and singing. He was trained in voice by Anton DeValle, a French Tenor of San Francisco opera fame. He studied for the ministry at college, but abandoned that career early, but had a successful career in various businesses. He was a commercial real estate broker in Seattle for several years. Richard was a choir director for many different churches, and was the co-founder of the Seattle Men's Chorus. He continued to be active in community activities, music, and a variety of business ventures.

+ 117. iv. David Elmer Dollarhide, born 12 Nov 1935.

+ 118. v. James Clifford Dollarhide, born 24 Aug 1937.

119. vi. Leonard Leroy Dollarhide, born 20 May 1940 in Eugene, Lane Co., Oregon; died 1 Jan 1989 in Riverside, Riverside Co., California; buried 6 Jan 1989 at the National Cemetery, Riverside, California. He was married (1) about 1962, in Lewistown, Montana to Georgia Dengle; and was married (2) about 1968, in Las Vegas, Nevada to Susan Cox. Leonard Dollarhide was known as 'Lee' most of his adult life, but as a professional musician, he was also known as Sam Skinner, Lon DuMont, Lee Dollar, and a few other stage names. He was a skilled guitar, banjo, and trombone player. After a tour with the Air Force, he entered the music business in Reno, Nevada, in the early 1960s and was soon part of a very popular group playing the Nevada circuit during the heyday of lounge acts in Las Vegas, Tahoe, and Reno. He was an excellent singer, favoring the Country Western side. He wrote hundreds of songs, and he continued in the music business through the 1980s. Having been exposed to radiation as an Air Force specialist in missile silos, he was unable to father children. The radiation exposure may have contributed to his early death. He lived a full and active life, until his body was taken by cancer at the age of 48 years.

+ 120. vii. William Wiles Dollarhide, born 17 Apr 1942.

 

Fourth Generation

62. Jason Herman 4 Dollarhide, (Benjamin Philander3, William Henry Harrison2, Rev. John1), born 29 Oct 1894 in Shasta Co., California; died 14 Aug 1971 in Cedarville, Modoc Co., California. He was married about 1915 in Modoc Co., California to Clara Belle Addington, daughter of Joseph Addington and of Emma Schaffer.

Children of Jason Herman4 and Clara Belle (Addington) Dollarhide were as follows:

121. i. Bernice Louise5 Dollarhide, born 30 Jan 1916 in Modoc Co., California; died in childhood.

+ 122. ii. William Pylander Dollarhide, born 13 Mar 1917.

+ 123. iii. Theta Christian Dollarhide, born 22 Nov 1918.

64. William Henry (Pete)4 Dollarhide, (Benjamin Philander3, William Henry Harrison2, Rev. John1), born 13 Jun 1899 in California; died 14 Sep 1973 in California. He was married 5 Jul 1917, in Modoc Co., California to Lillie Louise Addington, daughter of Joseph Addington and of Emma Schaffer.

Children of William Henry (Pete)4 and Lillie Louise (Addington) Dollarhide were as follows:

+ 124. i. Adrian William5 Dollarhide, born 15 Jun 1918.

+ 125. ii. Lyle Orren Dollarhide, born 1 Sep 1920.

126. iii. Dorothy (----) Dollarhide, born about 1922/1924 in California. She was adopted.

127. iv. Hubert Cleatus Dollarhide, born 20 Mar 1923 in Cedarville, Modoc Co., California.

+ 128. v. Kenneth Willard Dollarhide, born 6 Apr 1926.

67. Jack Justine4 Dollarhide, (Benjamin Philander3, William Henry Harrison2, Rev. John1), born 1 Dec 1911 in Susanville, Lasson Co., California. He was married about 1930/1935, in California to Violet Buonaccorsi, daughter of John Paul Buonaccorsi and of Anita Bacci. He was adopted as a child. His biological parents were Sam Oldham and ---- McDowell, the latter was apparently related to the Dollarhides.

Children of Jack Justine4 and Violet (Buonaccorsi) Dollarhide were as follows:

129. i. Theodore John5 Dollarhide, born 30 Aug 1948 in Santa Rosa, California. He was married 29 Dec 1975, in Santa Rosa, California to Susan Mark He currently resides in Santa Rosa as a freelance composer. Dr. Dollarhide received his B.A. in Music with Honors at San Jose State University (1974) where he studied composition with Higo Harada. His graduate degrees (a Masters and Doctorate) were earned at The University of Michigan under the teaching of Leslie Bassett, George Balch Wilson and William Bolcom. In 1978-79, as a Fulbright Scholar in Paris, he studied with composer Eugene Kurtz. Dollarhide has received much recognition for his large and varied output through commissions, performances, recordings, publications, awards and composer residencies. Major performances would include: Other Dreams, Other Dreamers, - Detroit Symphony Orchestra, Detroit (1986); Madness in Paradise - Elision, Melbourne (1986); Shadows for woodwind quintet, London (1986); The Night Life - Robert Curry (piano) Seoul (1988). Theodore Dollarhide's association with the Australian music environment began when he took residence in Melbourne (1981) after accepting a lectureship at La Trobe University, remaining there until 1989. It was mainly through this position that he was to become an important influence on a group of younger Melbourne composers and performers. In particular his knowledge of new American and European music and his skill as an orchestrator were to offer new directions for a new generation of students at La Trobe University including Peter Myers and Mark C. Pollard. Dollarhide's two-year residence as Visiting Professor of Composition at Yonsei University in Seoul, Korea (1987-8) also influenced a group of young Korean composers, especially in the area of integrating rhythm into the structure of their music. As a composer he developed a close working relationship with local Melbourne groups and performers, especially Elision, receiving many commissions and performances. Dollarhide states that his early works were influenced in the main by the textures and colors associated with the music of Penderecki, Crumb and Berio. Faces at the Blue Front (1978) is a good example of a work in this early style. Later works were progressively influenced by the environment in which the composition was written and the unique exploration of the time and pitch continuum found in the music of Elliott Carter and Milton Babbitt. Samul Nori (1988) is a good example of a work from this later period.

130. ii. Becky Dollarhide, born about 1951 in Santa Rosa (?), California.

131. iii. Julia Marie Dollarhide, born 12 Jan 1953 in Santa Rosa, California. She was married to Lewis Harmia.

132. iv. Vincent Lee Dollarhide, born 15 Aug 1960 in Fallon, Nevada.

68. Milton Jerome4 Dollarhide, (Ernest Henry3, William Henry Harrison2, Rev. John1), born 6 Sep 1901 in Fall River Mills, Shasta Co., California; died 15 Dec 1965 in Redding, Shasta Co., California. He was married (1) to Alice Apperson; and was married (2) about 1930, in California to Lilath Imogene Williams.

Children of Milton Jerome4 and Alice (Apperson) Dollarhide were as follows:

133. i. Ernest3 Dollarhide, born about 1921/1925 in California. He was married about 1940/1950, in California to Gilda Sullivan.

Children of Milton Jerome4 and Lilath Imogene (Williams) Dollarhide were as follows:

134. i. Bonnie5 Dollarhide, born about 1931 in California.

135. ii. Leonard Francis Dollarhide, born 20 Mar 1933 in McCloud, California.

69. Hallie Fay4 Dollarhide, (Ernest Henry3, William Henry Harrison2, Rev. John1), born 14 Aug 1903 near Dana, California. She was married (1) to Clay Ward; and was married (2) to George Wheeler; and was married (3) to LeRoy Price.

Children of Clay and Hallie Fay^4 (Dollarhide) Ward were as follows:

136. i. Betty5 Ward, born about 1924 in California.

70. Wesley Charles4 Dollarhide, (Ernest Henry3, William Henry Harrison2, Rev. John1), born 28 May 1907 near Glen Burn, Modoc Co., California. He was married about 1930, in Shasta Co. (?), California to Lelia Ruby Bishpham.

Children of Wesley Charles4 and Lelia Ruby (Bishpham) Dollarhide were as follows:

137. i. Norma Jean5 Dollarhide, born 19 Sep 1931 in McCloud, Siskiyou Co., California.

+ 138. ii. Charles Wesley Dollarhide, born 17 Jan 1935.

72. John Franklin4 Dollarhide, (Ernest Henry3, William Henry Harrison2, Rev. John1), born 15 Jun 1911 in Fall River Mills, Shasta Co., California. He now lives in Burney, Shasta Co., California. He was married (1) about 1938/1939, in Shasta Co (?), California to Evelyn Howard; and was married (2) after 1944, in California to Laura Sparks.

Children of John Franklin4 and Evelyn (Howard) Dollarhide were as follows:

139. i. Ida Belle5 Dollarhide, born 16 Jul 1940 in McCloud, Siskiyou Co., California.

140. ii. Linda Dollarhide, born about 1942 in California.

141. iii. Cappy Dollarhide, born about 1944 in California.

73. Gerald Amasa4 Dollarhide, (Amasa Reynolds3, William Henry Harrison2, Rev. John1), born 3 Dec 1907 in Redding, Shasta Co., California; died 8 Sep 1970 in Grants Pass, Josephine Co., Oregon. He was married 15 May 1926, in Alturas, Modoc County, California to Terhesa May Garrison, daughter of D. E. Garrison and of Stella Addington.

Children of Gerald Amasa4 and Terhesa May (Garrison) Dollarhide were as follows:

142. i. Berthea Delores5 Dollarhide, born 6 Feb 1929 in Adin, Modoc Co., California. She was married 12 Oct 1946, in Reno, Washoe County, Nevada to Melvin Leroy Breazeale. She was the mother of five children, names and dates of birth unknown.

+ 143. ii. Melben Gilbert Dollarhide, born 21 Jul 1931.

+ 144. iii. Robert Lee Dollarhide, born 29 Nov 1932.

+ 145. iv. Caroll Berton Dollarhide, born 25 Dec 1933.

+ 146. v. Paul Dean Dollarhide, born 11 Jul 1936.

+ 147. vi. Beryle Ray Dollarhide, born 24 Apr 1942.

+ 148. vii. Arlie Kenneth Dollarhide, born 6 Apr 1944.

81. Elmer Marrian4 Dollarhide, (Amasa Reynolds3, William Henry Harrison2, Rev. John1), born 30 Mar 1922 in Sterling City, Shasta Co., California. He was married about 1942/1945, in Shasta Co (?), California to Alva Thomas.

Children of Elmer Marrian4 and Alva (Thomas) Dollarhide were as follows:

149. i. Dennis5 Dollarhide, born about 1947 in Shasta Co (?), California.

150. ii. Diehless Dollarhide, born about 1949 in Shasta Co (?), California. She was married about 1969/1972, in Shasta Co (?), California to George Wigging. 82. Derald Raymond4 Dollarhide, Sr. (Amasa Reynolds3, William Henry Harrison2, Rev. John1), born 20 Mar 1924 in Sterling City, Shasta Co., California. He was married 25 Jul 1942, at Hess Ranch, Shasta County, California to Valencia Rose Smith.

Children of Derald Raymond4 and Valencia Rose (Smith) Dollarhide were as follows:

151. i. Laura Jean5 Dollarhide, born 16 Feb 1944 in Fall River Mills, Shasta Co., California. She now lives in Bremerton, Washington. She was married 16 Dec 1960, in Proebstel, Washington to Ralph Evalt.

+ 152. ii. William Reynolds Dollarhide, born 23 Nov 1946.

153. iii. Julie Elva Dollarhide, born 15 Nov 1948 in Cassel, Shasta Co., California. She was married (1) about 1964, in California to Greg Hunter; and was married (2) about 1968, in California to Michael Archer.

+ 154. iv. Derald Raymond Dollarhide, Jr., born 15 Aug 1950.

91. Charles Gregory4 Dollarhide, (Charles Leonard3, John Conrad2, Rev. John1), born Jul 1923/1924 in Walla Walla, Washington. He was married (1) after 1951, to Kathi Burgess; and was married (2) about 1953, at Pt. Angeles (?), Washington to Gloria Smith.

Children of Charles Gregory4 and Gloria (Smith) Dollarhide were as follows:

155. i. Charles Leo5 Dollarhide, born 7 Jun 1955 in Pt. Angeles, Clallam Co., Washington.

156. ii. Steven Gregory Dollarhide, born 2 Jul 1956 in Pt. Angeles, Clallam Co., Washington. He now lives at 1926 W. Casino Rd. #H202, Everett, WA 98204.

157. iii. Darlene Lorraine Dollarhide, born 27 Dec 1957 in Pt. Angeles, Clallam Co., Washington.

93. George Berten (Bert)4 Dollarhide, (Charles Leonard3, John Conrad2, Rev. John1), born 17 Jan 1931 in Pt. Angeles, Clallam Co., Washington. He was married 24 Dec 1954, in Yuma, Arizona to Sally Cunningham, daughter of Joseph A. Cunningham and of Daisy Belle Reynolds. He now lives in Juneau, Alaska.

Children of George Berten4 and Sally (Cunningham) Dollarhide were as follows:

158. i. Darci Lee5 Dollarhide, born 10 Oct 1955 in Pt. Angeles, Clallam Co., Washington; died about 1988 in Juneau, Alaska.

159. ii. Michael Leonard Dollarhide, born 26 Aug 1958 in Pt. Angeles, Clallam Co., Washington.

95. Gene (Rohde)4 Dollarhide, (John Clifford3, John Conrad2, Rev. John1), born 7 Nov 1930 in Everett, Snohomish Co., Washington, a son of Thelma (----) and of ----- Rohde. He was adopted by John Clifford3 Dollarhide. He was married 3 Feb 1962, in Heilbronn, Germany to Margarete Mina Schmitz. He now lives in Everett, Washington.

Children of Gene (Rohde)4 and Margarete Mina (Schmitz) Dollarhide were as follows:

160. i. Susan Joanne5 Dollarhide, born 10 Feb 1964 in El Paso, Texas.

161. ii. Barbara Yvonne Dollarhide, born 23 Mar 1967 in El Paso, Texas.

96. Gerald John (Ellis)4 Dollarhide, (John Clifford3, John Conrad2, Rev. John1), born 30 Jun 1933 in Everett, Snohomish Co., Washington, a son of Thelma (----) and of ---- Ellis. He was adopted by John Clifford3 Dollarhide. He was married 12 Oct 1956, in Couer d' Lene, Idaho to Shirley Lorraine Hauck. He is in the electrical contracting business in Everett, Washington.

Children of Gerald John (Ellis)4 and Shirley Lorraine (Hauck) Dollarhide were as follows:

162. i. Gerald Jay5 Dollarhide, born 12 Jul 1957 in Everett, Snohomish Co., Washington.

163. ii. Brian Ellis Dollarhide, born 12 Dec 1958 in Everett, Snohomish Co., Washington.

164. iii. Bradley Allan Dollarhide, born 24 Nov 1965 in Everett, Snohomish Co., Washington; died 26 Jan 1966 in Everett, Snohomish Co., Washington.

165. iv. Marc Allan Dollarhide, born 2 Mar 1969 in Everett, Snohomish Co., Washington.

109. Albert Leroy4 Dollarhide, (Lesley Herman3, John Conrad2, Rev. John 1), born 24 May 1925 in Pt. Angeles, Clallam Co., Washington; died 17 Jun 1998 in Soap Lake, Grant County, Washington. He was married about 1945, in Seattle (?), Washington to Myrtle Parker.

Children of Albert Leroy4 and Myrtle (Parker) Dollarhide were as follows:

166. i. Rodney5 Dollarhide, born about 1948 in Washington. He was married about 1968/1970, in Washington to ---- ----.

114. Eunice Leota4 Dollarhide, (Albert Raymond3, John Conrad 2, Rev. John 1), born 19 Nov 1930 in Enumclaw, King County, Washington; died Apr 1996 in Sacramento, California. She was married (1) Jun 1948, in Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon to Kenneth Blair Stumpf, son of Burt Stumpf; and was married (2) 13 Dec 1975, in Reno, Washoe County, Nevada to Louis Gilbert Stearns.

Children of Kenneth Blair and Eunice Leota4 (Dollarhide) Stumpf were as follows:

+ 167. i. Margory Ann5 Stumpf, born 14 Apr 1949.

168. ii. Kim Blair Stumpf, born 1951 in Moses Lake, Washington.

115. Norman Leslie4 Dollarhide, (Albert Raymond3, John Conrad2, Rev. John 1), born 4 May 1932 in Enumclaw, King County, Washington; died 27 Apr 1981 in Duarte, Los Angeles County, California; buried 1 May 1981 in Los Angeles, California. He was married (1) about 1950, in Kelso, Cowlitz County, Washington to Pearl Birchett; and was married (2) about 1963, in Seattle, King County, Washington to Meredith Ann Schauss; and was married (3) about 1968, in Long Beach, California to Diane ----. Norman was a highly skilled Sheet Metal tradesman, Foreman, Supervisor and Ship Supervisor, working most of his life in the ship-building industry. For several years he traveled all over the world supervising construction of off-shore oil pumping bouys, during the heyday of the "super tankers" in the 1960s and 70s. He was a capable manager of people and on some jobs would have as high as 300 men working for him. His life was short but active and full of adventure. His years in the ship building business also exposed him to asbestos on a daily basis, contributing to lung cancer at the age of 48 years. (For birth certificate, see WA 30).

Children of Norman Leslie4 and Pearl (Birchett) Dollarhide were as follows:

169. i. Kevin 5 Dollarhide, born 1951 in Kelso, Washington.

170. ii. Lesley Dollarhide, born 3 Jan 1952 in Washington.

Children of Norman Leslie4 and Meredith Ann (Schauss) Dollarhide were as follows:

171. i. Michael5 Dollarhide, born about 1964 in Seattle, King Co., Washington.

172. ii. Robert Dollarhide, born about 1965 in Seattle, King Co., Washington.

Children of Norman Leslie4 and Diane (----) Dollarhide were as follows:

173. i. Brian5 Dollarhide, born about 1968 in Los Angeles, California.

117. David Elmer4 Dollarhide, (Albert Raymond3, John Conrad2, Rev. John1), born 12 Nov 1935 in Corvallis, Benton County, Oregon. He now lives in Lynnwood, Washington. He was married 25 Aug 1956, in Kennewick, Benton County, Washington to Virginia May Olson, daughter of Rudolph Olson and of Violet Snow Marsh. Virginia was born in Seattle and moved to Kennewick with her parents in 1949. She graduated from Kennewick High School in 1954 (a year earlier than her class, and in the top ten percent of her graduating class). She met David Dollarhide in Seattle, while working at Stewart Thompson Elwell Insurance Co. She raised a family then started college in 1963. She graduated from the University of Washington in 1968 with a major in English. She returned to graduate school at Seattle University in 1985 and earned a Master Degree in Counseling in 1988. She is currently a staff therapist with Catholic Community Services (1992).

Children of David Elmer4 and Virginia May (Olson) Dollarhide were as follows:

174. i. Crystal Dawn5 Dollarhide, born 4 Sep 1960 in Seattle, King Co., Washington. She now lives in Lynnwood, Washington.

+ 175. ii. Wenda Brooke Dollarhide, born 25 May 1962.

176. iii. Michael David Dollarhide, born 29 Jul 1969 in Seattle, King Co., Washington. He now lives in Lynnwood, WA. He was adopted at age 6 years. The names of his biological parents are not available from court records.

118. James Clifford4 Dollarhide, (Albert Raymond3, John Conrad2, Rev. John1), born 24 Aug 1937 in Corvallis, Benton County, Oregon. He now lives in Puyallup, Washington. He was married 28 Dec 1962, in Los Angeles, California to Kathleen Hanson, daughter of Joseph G. Hanson and of Borghild M. Bolken.

Children of James Clifford4 and Kathleen (Hanson) Dollarhide were as follows:

+ 177. i. Robin Josefa5 Dollarhide, born 20 Jul 1963.

120. William Wiles4 Dollarhide, (Albert Raymond3, John Conrad2, Rev. John 1), born 17 Apr 1942 in Seattle, King County, Washington. He now lives at 764 N. 900 W. #203, Salt Lake City, UT 84116. He was married (1) 6 Oct 1967, in Carson City, Ormsby County, Nevada to Mary Erlene (Smith) Pipitone, daughter of Winston Smith and of Olive Stovall; and was married (2) 20 Aug 1988, in Bellingham, Whatcom Co., Washington to Linda Kay Lawson, daughter of Leroy Trott Lawson and of Flora Catherine Cisna. William Dollarhide was raised in the Northwest. He attended schools in Milton-Freewater, Portland, Canyonville, and Lakeview, Oregon; and Kelso, Woodland, Spokane, and Seattle, Washington. He graduated from West Seattle High School in 1960, and enlisted in the U.S. Army soon after, serving a term of 3 years, mostly in Germany. He completed an Engineering Technician program at Edison Technical School in Seattle, and earned an AA degree at Seattle Community College, followed by two years at the University of Washington, majoring in Education and Political Science. He became interested in genealogy in 1970 and the hobby became addictive. He moved into an apartment-hotel across the street from the Seattle Public Library's genealogy department and for several years was involved in genealogical research on a daily basis. He first taught classes in genealogy at Western Washington University in Bellingham, Washington, where he was employed from 1977-1985 as an Associate Architect. He started publishing research aids for genealogists in 1980 as the "Dollarhide Systems", which became full-time in 1985. In 1989 he developed a genealogical software package, Everyone's Family Tree. Since 1985 he has conducted seminars for over 600 genealogical groups across the country. He has been a featured speaker at numerous genealogical expositions and conferences. He is the founder and editor of the Genealogy Bulletin, a leading magazine for amateur genealogists distributed nationally by Heritage Quest. He joined Heritage Quest of Bountiful, Utah in 1994 as a writer and magazine editor. He is the author of three books published by Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., of Baltimore: Map Guide to the U.S. Federal Censuses, 1790-1920 with William Thorndale (1987), Managing a Genealogical Project (1988, rev. 1991. 1999); and the Genealogy Starter Kit (1992, rev. 1998); as well as four books published by Heritage Quest of Bountiful, Utah: Map Guide to American Migration Routes, 1735-1815 (1997); British Origins of American Colonists, 1629-1775 (1997); America's Best Genealogy Resource Centers with Ronald Bremer (1998); and The Census Book: A Genealogist's Guide to Federal Census Facts, Schedules and Indexes (1999).  He is a contributor to the Dollarhide Family web site and wrote the descendancy you are now reading and others including the History of the Dollarhide Family in America.

Children of William Wiles4 and Mary Erlene (Smith) Dollarhide were as follows:

+ 178. i. Meredith Ann5 Dollarhide, born 24 Feb 1970.

 

Fifth Generation

122. William Pylander5 Dollarhide, (Jason Herman4, Benjamin Philander3, William Henry Harrison2, Rev. John1), born 13 Mar 1917 in Cedarville, Modoc Co., California. He was married about 1937/1940, in California to Lola Gravel.

Children of William Pylander5 and Lola (Gravel) Dollarhide were as follows:

179. i. Douglas Robert6 Dollarhide, born 16 May 1944 in Alturas, Modoc Co., California.

123. Theta Christian5 Dollarhide, (Jason Herman4, Benjamin Philander3, William Henry Harrison2, Rev. John1), born 22 Nov 1918 in Modoc Co., California. She was married to Alvie Adams.

Children of Alvie and Theta Christian5 (Dollarhide) Adams were as follows:

180. i. Charles6 Adams.

181. ii. Betty Lou Adams.

124. Adrian William5 Dollarhide, (William Henry (Pete)4, Benjamin Philander3, William Henry Harrison2, Rev. John1), born 15 Jun 1918 in Cedarville, Modoc Co., California. He was married about 1938/1940, in California to LaVelle Stevens.

Children of Adrian William5 and LaVelle (Stevens) Dollarhide were as follows:

182. i. Wayne Orren6 Dollarhide, born 23 Dec 1942 in Cedarville, Modoc Co., California. He was married Dec 1966, in Sacramento, Sacramento Co., California to Nancy Elizabeth Knowles. He is a veterinarian, along with his wife. They operate the Dollarhide Small Animal Clinic in Grants Pass, Oregon.

125. Lyle Orren 5 Dollarhide, (William Henry (Pete)4, Benjamin Philander3, William Henry Harrison2, Rev. John1), born 1 Sep 1920 in Cedarville, Modoc Co., California; died 16 Nov 1962 in Cedarville, Modoc Co., California. He was married to Ellen Elthea Minto.

Children of Lyle Orren5 and Ellen Elthea (Minto) Dollarhide were as follows:

183. i. William Elmer 6 Dollarhide, born 9 Dec 1943 in Alturas, Modoc Co., California.

184. ii. Linda Louise Dollarhide, born 24 Aug 1946 in Alturas, Modoc Co., California. She was married 20 Apr 1968, in Modoc Co., California to Henry R. Shadler.

185. iii. Melvin Lyle Dollarhide, born 21 Jan 1953 in Alturas, Modoc Co., California.

186. iv. Dixie Jo Dollarhide, born 21 Dec 1961 in Cedarville, Modoc Co., California.

128. Kenneth Willard5 Dollarhide, (William Henry (Pete)4, Benjamin Philander3, William Henry Harrison2, Rev. John1), born 6 Apr 1926 in Cedarville, Modoc Co., California. He was married about 1846/1850, in California to Billie "Dee" Rookstool.

Children of Kenneth Willard5 and Billie "Dee" (Rookstool) Dollarhide were as follows:

187. i. Dennis Lynn 6 Dollarhide, born 12 Apr 1951 in Alturas, Modoc Co., California. He was married about 1976, in California to Patricia Merino.

188. ii. Kirk Dollarhide, born 26 May 1955 in Cedarville, Modoc Co., California.

138. Charles Wesley5 Dollarhide, (Wesley Charles4, Ernest Henry3, William Henry Harrison2, Rev. John1), born 17 Jan 1935 in Glen Burn, Shasta Co., California. He was married about 1953/1954, in Shasta Co (?), California to Joyce ----. He was listed in city directories for Grants Pass, Oregon, 1958-1973. In 1973, he was employed at Rogue River Auto Parts store. (See OR28). His birth certificate in Siskiyou County, California., shows him as "Wesley Charles", the same as his father.

Children of Charles Wesley5 and Joyce (----) Dollarhide were as follows:

189. i. Edward6 Dollarhide, born about 1954/1955 in Josephine Co. (?), Oregon.

190. ii. Michael Dollarhide, born about 1955/1956 in Josephine Co (?), Oregon.

191. iii. Pamela Dollarhide, born 1957 in Josephine Co (?), Oregon.

192. iv. Charles Dollarhide, born 1958 in Josephine Co (?), Oregon.

193. v. Kenneth Dollarhide, born 1959 in Josephine Co (?), Oregon.

194. vi. Ronald Dollarhide, born 1960 in Josephine Co (?), Oregon.

195. vii. Robert Dollarhide, born 1964 in Josephine Co (?), Oregon.

196.viii. Susan Dollarhide, born 1965 in Josephine Co (?), Oregon.

143. Melben Gilbert5 Dollarhide, (Gerald Amasa4, Amasa Reynolds3, William Henry Harrison2, Rev. John1), born 21 Jul 1931 in Alturas, Modoc Co., California. He was married 27 Jan 1951, in Coos Bay, Coos Co., Oregon to Lillian Elnore Ivans.

Children of Melben Gilbert5 and Lillian Elnore (Ivans) Dollarhide were as follows:

+ 197. i. Elden Lee6 Dollarhide, born 6 Jan 1952.

198. ii. Joy Ann Dollarhide, born 4 Sep 1954 in Grants Pass, Josephine Co., Oregon. She was married May 1972, in Oregon (?) to Cecil E. Wright.

199. iii. Connie Gay Dollarhide, born 7 Apr 1955 in North Bend, Coos Co., Oregon. She was married 6 Jun 1972, in Grants Pass, Josephine County, Oregon to Jessie M. O'Dell.

144. Robert Lee5 Dollarhide, Sr., (Gerald Amasa4, Amasa Reynolds3, William Henry Harrison2, Rev. John 1), born 29 Nov 1932 in Alturas, Modoc Co., California. He was married 22 Dec 1952, in Grants Pass, Josephine Co., Oregon to Thelma May Engleman.

Children of Robert Lee5 and Thelma May (Engleman) Dollarhide were as follows:

200. i. Robert Lee6 Dollarhide, Jr., born 23 Jul 1954 in Ft. Lewis, Pierco Co., Washington. He was married 21 Dec 1974, to Rebecca Lee Blenke.

201. ii. Cherrie Ann Dollarhide, born 18 Nov 1955 in North Bend, Coos Co., Oregon. She was married about 1975, in Oregon to Mickey Star.

202. iii. Darvin Lyn Dollarhide, born 12 Oct 1957 in Grants Pass, Josephine Co., Oregon.

203. iv. Glen Ellis Dollarhide, born 18 Apr 1959 in Grants Pass, Josephine Co., Oregon.

145. Caroll Berton5 Dollarhide, (Gerald Amasa4, Amasa Reynolds3, William Henry Harrison2, John1), born 25 Dec 1933 in Adin, Modoc Co., California. He was married 17 Nov 1954, in Hidesville, California to Armrita (Rita) Yabrough.

Children of Caroll Berton5 and Rita (Yabrough) Dollarhide were as follows:

204. i. Lonnie Dean 6 Dollarhide, born 30 Aug 1955 in Louisville, Winston Co., Mississippi.

205. ii. Kathy Lynn Dollarhide, born 29 Jun 1957 in North Bend, Coos Co., Oregon.

206. iii. Malcom Jay Dollarhide, born 15 Sep 1960 in Grants Pass, Josephine Co., Oregon.

207. iv. Berton Keith Dollarhide, born 30 Jun 1965 in Fortuna, Humboldt Co., California.

146. Paul Dean5 Dollarhide, (Gerald Amasa4, Amasa Reynolds3, William Henry Harrison2, Rev. John1), born 11 Jul 1936 in Alturas, Modoc Co., Oregon. He was married 30 Mar 1955, in Hidesville, California to Beverley Joann Sheppard.

Children of Paul Dean5 and Beverley Joann (Sheppard) Dollarhide were as follows:

208. i. Denelda May 6 Dollarhide, born 25 Apr 1956 in North Bend, Coos Co., Oregon. She was married 17 Aug 1974, in Grants Pass, Josephine County, Oregon to Michael David Pearson.

209. ii. Tommy Dean Dollarhide, born 26 Apr 1958 in Grants Pass, Josephine Co., Oregon.

210. iii. Gary Ray Dollarhide, born 14 Jan 1960 in Grants Pass, Josephine Co., Oregon; died 11 Jan 1979 near Grants Pass, Josephine Co., Oregon. He died in an accidental drowning after running river rapids on a raft, and falling overboard.

211. iv. Mickey Gene Dollarhide, born 3 Apr 1961 in Grants Pass, Josephine Co., Oregon.

212. v. Tina Marie Dollarhide, born 22 Aug 1965 in Grants Pass, Josephine Co., Oregon.

147. Beryle Ray5 Dollarhide, (Gerald Amasa4, Amasa Reynolds3, William Henry Harrison2, Rev. John1), born 24 Apr 1942 in Salem, Marion Co., Oregon. He was married (1) 3 Sep 1963, in Fortuna, Humboldt County, California to Shirley (Westcott) Santarine; and was married (2) 3 Sep 1968, in Fortuna, Humboldt County, California to Darlene (Brewer) Bänks; and was married (3) 1 Dec 1970, in Salem, Marion County, Oregon to Patricia (McCall) Leach.

Children of Beryle Ray5 and Shirley (Westcott) (Santarine) Dollarhide were as follows:

213. i. Doyle6 Dollarhide, born 5 Jul 1964 in Fortuna, Humboldt Co., California.

214. ii. Holly Ruth Dollarhide, born 6 Sep 1965 in Fortuna, Humboldt Co., California.

Children of Beryle Ray5 and Darlene (Brewer) (Banks) Dollarhide were as follows:

215. i. Larry Lee6 Dollarhide, born 14 Apr 1968 in Bandon, Coos Co., Oregon.

Children of Beryle Ray5 and Patricia (McCall) (Leach) Dollarhide were as follows:

216. i. Gerald Ray 5 Dollarhide, born 17 Mar 1976 in Grants Pass, Josephine Co., Oregon.

148. Arlie Kenneth5 Dollarhide, (Gerald Amasa4, Amasa Reynolds3, William Henry Harrison2, Rev. John1), born 6 Apr 1944 in Salem, Marion Co., Oregon. He was married 29 Jun 1962, in Rio Dell, Humboldt County, California to Nancy Dobbins, daughter of John Benton Dobbins and of Esther Florence Ericksen.

Children of Arlie Kenneth5 and Nancy (Dobbins) Dollarhide were as follows:

217. i. Arlie Shayne6 Dollarhide, born 25 Mar 1963 in Fortuna, Humboldt Co., California.

218. ii. Benton Amasa Dollarhide, born 15 May 1965 in Grants Pass, Josephine Co., Oregon.

219. iii. Brian Dexter Dollarhide, born 20 Oct 1969 in Medford, Jackson Co., Oregon.

220. iv. Trina Kay Dollarhide, born 25 May 1971 in Medford, Jackson Co., Oregon.

152. William (Billy) Reynolds5 Dollarhide, (Derald Raymond4, Amasa Reynolds3, William Henry Harrison2, Rev. John1), born 23 Nov 1946 in Redding, Shasta Co., California. He was married about 1968, in California to Katherine Hamer. 

Children of William Reynolds5 and Katherine Hamer Dollarhide were as follows:

221. i. Jason Noble6 Dollarhide, born April 3, 1974 in Redding, Shasta Co., California. He is married to Julie West and they reside in Haines, Alaska where he is a truck driver.  Jason's four children are Kelly Anne Meath Dollarhide, 3/10/96, born in Rochester, NY; Sierra Alexandra Dollarhide, 4/17/97, born in Mesa, Arizona; Tabitha Jade Dollarhide, 01/08/02, born in Rochester, NY; and Jason Noble Dollarhide, Jr. born in Anchorage, Alaska 04/11/03.

154. Derald Raymond5 Dollarhide, Jr., (Derald Raymond4, Amasa Reynolds3, William Henry Harrison2, Rev. John1), born 15 Aug 1950 in Long Beach, California; died 4 Jun 1976 in California. He was married about 1969, in California to Mechie ----.

Children of Derald Raymond5 and Mechie (----) Dollarhide were as follows:

222. i. April6 Dollarhide, born about 1970/1972 in California.

223. ii. John Dollarhide, born about 1972/1975 in California.

167. Margory Ann5 Stumpf, (Eunice Leota4, Albert Raymond3, John Conrad2, Rev. John1), born 14 Apr 1949 in Richland, Benton County, Washington. She now lives in Sacramento, California She was married (1) 22 Jun 1968, in Denver, Denver County, Colorado to Fredrick Litt; and was married (2) 28 Dec 1985, in Fair Oaks, Sacramento County, CA to Steven Mowles.

Children of Fredrick and Margory Ann5 (Stumpf) Litt were as follows:

224. i. Aaron Fredrick6 Litt, born 20 Dec 1972 in Denver, Denver County, Colorado. He now lives in Issaquah, Washington.

Children of Steven and Margory Ann5 (Stumpf) Mowles were as follows:

225. i. Melissa Anne6 Mowles, born 11 Aug 1985 in Bellevue, King County, Washington.

175. Wenda Brooke5 Dollarhide, (David Elmer4, Albert Raymond3, John Conrad2, Rev. John1), born 25 May 1962 in Everett, Snohomish Co., WA. She now lives in Kirkland, Washington. She was married 8 Sep 1984, in Everett, Snohomish County, Washington to Ricky Jay Zonnefeld, son of Victor Dayton Zonnefeld and of Otillia Ruiz.

Children of Ricky Jay and Wenda Brooke5 (Dollarhide) Zonnefeld were as follows:

226. i. Jesse Dayton6 Zonnefeld, born 7 Feb 1992 in Bellevue, King County, Washington.

177. Robin Josefa5 Dollarhide, (James Clifford4, Albert Raymond3, John Conrad2, Rev. John1), born 20 Jul 1963 in Hollywood, Los Angeles County, California. She now lives in Puyallup, Washington. She was married about 1988, to Gregory Mark Luke Takemoto. Robin was raised in Pierce County, Washington, and graduated from Puyallup High School in 1981. She graduated in 1990 from Pacific Lutheran University with a BFA in Communication Arts.

Children of Gregory Mark Luke and Robin Josefa5 (Dollarhide) Takemoto were as follows:

227. i. Kearstyn Nicole6 Takemoto, born 17 Jan 1989 in Puyallup, Pierce County, Washington.

178. Meredith Ann5 Dollarhide, (William Wiles4, Albert Raymond3, John Conrad 2, Rev. John1), born 24 Feb 1970 in Seattle, King County, Washington. She now lives in Olympia, Washington. She was married 31 Aug 1991, in Everett, Snohomish County, Washington to Robert Thomas Cotton, son of Dewayne Floyd Cotton, Sr. and of Norma June Davis. Meredith completed her RN and BS degree in nursing. She is a nurse at Group Health Hospital in Olympia, Washington. Robert Cotton is a CPA and works for the State of Washington.

Children of Robert Thomas and Meredith Ann5 (Dollarhide) Cotton were as follows:

228. i. Jace Austin6 Cotton, born 13 Oct 1998 in Olympia, Washington.

 

Sixth Generation

197. Elden Lee6 Dollarhide, (Melben Gilbert5, Gerald Amasa 4, Amasa Reynolds 3, William Henry Harrison 2, Rev. John1), born 6 Jan 1952 in Grants Pass, Josephine Co., Oregon. He was married 26 Mar 1970, in Grants Pass, Josephine County, Oregon to Donna Diane Peterson.

Children of Elden Lee6 and Donna Diane (Peterson) Dollarhide were as follows:

229. i. DeeDee Kay7 Dollarhide, born 29 Jun 1971 in Grants Pass, Josephine Co., Oregon

230. ii. Cassandra Lee Dollarhide, born 7 Aug 1973 in Grants Pass, Josephine Co., Oregon.

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