Ella Stilley

F, #4933, b. 1634, d. 1718
Father*Olof (William) Stilley d. c 1684
ChartsHerman Charles Vollmer
MARRIAGE* Ella Stilley married Peter Jochimsson
Birth*1634 She was born in 1634 at Roslagen, Sweden. 
 She was the daughter of Olof (William) Stilley
Death*1718 She died in 1718 at Gloucester, NJ. 
Married Name Her married name was Mansson (Steelman) She had six sons with husband #2. They were: John, James, Christiern, Peter, Charles and Eric. 
Married Name Her married name was Jochimsson. 

Family

Peter Jochimsson d. circa 1655
Children
Last Edited13 Nov 2007

Gertrude Stilley

F, #4916, b. 1701
Father*Johan Stilley b. 1646
Mother*Gertrude Gerritsen b. 1664
Birth*1701 Gertrude Stilley was born in 1701. 
 She was the daughter of Johan Stilley and Gertrude Gerritsen
Last Edited12 Nov 2007

Helena Stilley

F, #4918, b. 1705
Father*Johan Stilley b. 1646
Mother*Gertrude Gerritsen b. 1664
Birth*1705 Helena Stilley was born in 1705. 
 She was the daughter of Johan Stilley and Gertrude Gerritsen
Last Edited12 Nov 2007

Jacob Stilley1

M, #2521
Father*Peter Stilley b. 1699, d. c 1765
Mother*Mary (?)
 Jacob Stilley was the son of Peter Stilley and Mary (?) 
Note*1784 He He inheirited his father's plantation. in 1784. 
Last Edited12 Nov 2007

Citations

  1. [S391] Unknown subject unknown repository.

Johan Stilley

M, #4907, b. 1646
Father*Olof (William) Stilley1 d. c 1684
ChartsHerman Charles Vollmer
Birth*1646 Johan Stilley was born in 1646. 
 He was the son of Olof (William) Stilley.1 
MARRIAGE*circa 1683 He married Gertrude Gerritsen, daughter of Martin Gerritsen and Christina Lom, circa 1683. 
Note* He Johan Stille, born in America in 1646, married about 1683 Gertrude, daughter of Mårten Gerritsen and Christina Lom of New Castle County. They had twelve children: Christina (born 1684), Anna (1685), Olof [William] (1687), Sarah (1690), John (1692), Brigitta (1693), Barbara (1697), Peter (1699), Gertrude (1701), Morton (1704), Helena (1705) and Allemisha (1709). Johan Stille inherited the Moyamensing plantation, where he died in 1722. His widow died in 1744. 
Death*1722 He was #R3 CENSUS in 1722; Johan Stille inherited the Moyamensing plantation, where he died in 1722. His widow died in 1744. 

Family 1

Gertrude Gerritsen b. 1664
Children

Family 2

Child
Last Edited13 Nov 2007

Citations

  1. [S606] Swedish Colonial Society, online unknown url.

John Stilley

M, #4913, b. 1692
Father*Johan Stilley b. 1646
Mother*Gertrude Gerritsen b. 1664
Birth*1692 John Stilley was born in 1692. 
 He was the son of Johan Stilley and Gertrude Gerritsen
Last Edited12 Nov 2007

John Stilley

M, #4955, b. 1727
Birth*1727 John Stilley was born in 1727. 
Last Edited13 Nov 2007

Johnathan Stilley

M, #4948, b. 1709
Birth*1709 Johnathan Stilley was born in 1709. 
Last Edited13 Nov 2007

Leddie Stilley

F, #4956, b. 1732
Birth*1732 Leddie Stilley was born in 1732. 
Last Edited13 Nov 2007

Magaretta Stilley

F, #4953, b. 1722
Birth*1722 Magaretta Stilley was born in 1722. 
Last Edited13 Nov 2007

Maria Stilley

F, #4949, b. 1714
Birth*1714 Maria Stilley was born in 1714. 
Married Name1736  As of 1736,her married name was Hedges. 
Last Edited13 Nov 2007

Morton Stilley

M, #4917, b. 1704
Father*Johan Stilley b. 1646
Mother*Gertrude Gerritsen b. 1664
Birth*1704 Morton Stilley was born in 1704. 
 He was the son of Johan Stilley and Gertrude Gerritsen
Last Edited12 Nov 2007

Olof (William) Stilley

M, #4911, b. 1687
Father*Johan Stilley b. 1646
Mother*Gertrude Gerritsen b. 1664
Birth*1687 Olof (William) Stilley was born in 1687. 
 He was the son of Johan Stilley and Gertrude Gerritsen
Last Edited12 Nov 2007

Olof (William) Stilley1

M, #4922, d. circa 1684
ChartsHerman Charles Vollmer
Death*circa 1684 Olof (William) Stilley died circa 1684. 
Biography*  Olof Stille was born on the island of SoIö in Roslagen, northeast of Stockholm, the son of Per Stille, a relatively prosperous supervisor of the Penningby estate in Länna parish. By 1627 Per Stille had retired and was granted land by the owners of Penningby on a nearby island called Humblö. Here Olof Stille married and began his family. Although Olof Stille was on good terms with Erik Bielke, who inherited Penningby in 1629, he did not think well of Bielke's wife, Catarina Fleming.
At the Norrtälje fair in 1636, Olof Stille indiscreetly voiced his opinion of Lady Catarina Fleming, who retaliated by prosecuting Olof for defamation and took his property at Humblö. When Olof refused to leave the island, he was imprisoned. After securing his freedom, Olof and his family resettled in Matsunda, where he was joined by one of his former servants named Anders. Lady Fleming, now a widow, had Anders seized on 18 March 1638 and imprisoned at Penningby under the claim that Anders had broken a verbal agreement with the late Lord Bielke to be their servant.
Olof Stille heard the news the next day, entered Penningby Castle by a secret door, broke the lock to the dungeon with his axe and then fled, with Anders carrying the axe and Olof his own rapier. On complaint from Lady Fleming, the Governor issued an order for Olof Stille's arrest on 28 March 1638 - the same day that the first expedition to New Sweden was landing at the Rocks. At the trial on 13 April 1638 Olof Stille was convicted of burglary and sentenced to death by the sword. The appellate court, however, modified the sentence to a fine of 100 daler silver money, the equivalent of 17 months pay for a New Sweden soldier.
Three years later, in May 1641, when the Charitas departed for New Sweden, the passenger list included Olof Stille, a mill-maker, his wife, a daughter aged 7 and a son aged 11/2. Also on board were Olof's younger brother Axel Stille, and the family of Måns Svensson Lom, whose wife appears to have been Olof's younger sister. His older brother, Johan Stille, later pastor at Fundbo, 1644-1672, and his sister Kerstin remained in Sweden.
In New Sweden, Olof Stille settled as a freeman at a place called Techoherassi by the Indians, located between present Crum Creek and Ridley Creek (called Olof Stille's Creek). Joining him at this location were his brother Axel Stille and the Lom family. The Indians were frequent visitors to Techoherassi and liked Olof Stille very much, but they considered his heavy, black beard a monstrosity and conferred a strange name on him because of it.
As the only known mill-maker in the colony, Olof Stille probably was in charge of building the first Swedish gristmill on Mill (now Cobbs) Creek. He also became a leader among the freemen and played a key role in promoting the July 1653 list of grievances, signed by Olof Stille and 21 other freemen, which was submitted to Governor Johan Printz, protesting his dictatorial rule. Printz labeled this action mutiny and promptly left for Sweden. To Olof Stille, however, it was simply exercising the right of free speech. When Governor Rising arrived, Olof asked for a prompt trial. Rising, who took a more kindly view toward the freeman, let the matter drop.
After the surrender of New Sweden, the Dutch governor, Petrus Stuyvesant, agreed to allow the Swedes and Finns living north of the Christina River to govern themselves. The first Swedish court, organized in 1656, had Olof Stille as its chief justice and also included Peter Larsson Cock, Peter Gunnarsson Rambo and Matts Hansson from Borgå, Finland.
During his eight years as chief justice of the Swedes' court, there were frequent policy clashes between the Swedes and the Dutch. Olof Stille proved himself to be an able defender of the Swedes' position and usually prevailed.
Retiring as chief justice in 1664, Olof Stille moved to Moyamensing (later south Philadelphia) with Lars Andersson Collinus (who had married Måns Lom's widow) and his son-in-law Marten Roosemond. Even in retirement, he was called upon to arbitrate disputes among the settlers. He died about 1684. He was survived by his brother Axel Stille, who had no children, and four children who have been identified.1 
Emigration*May 1641 He emigrated in May 1641 from United States; He was on board the "Charitas" when it left Stockholm for New Sweden.

Also on board was the family of Mans Svenssor Lon whose wife appears to have been Olof's younger siser. 
Retirement*1664 He was retired in 1664 at Chief Justice; He retired and moved to Moyamensing (became south Philadelphia.) 

Family

Children
Last Edited1 Feb 2008

Citations

  1. [S606] Swedish Colonial Society, online unknown url.

Peter Stilley

M, #2522, b. 1699, d. circa 1765
Father*Johan Stilley b. 1646
ChartsHerman Charles Vollmer
ReferenceB-178
MARRIAGE* Peter Stilley married Mary (?) 
Birth*1699 He was born in 1699. 
 He was the son of Johan Stilley
Birth8 March 1717 He was born on 8 March 1717. 
Death*circa 1765 He died circa 1765 at Frederick, MD. 
Note He "Like the Hedges family, the Stilleys also had origins in New Castle County, Delaware. Jacob Stilley, yeoman of Christiana Hundred, New Castle County, and his wife Rebecca Springer had a sizable family, most of whom are named in his will of September 14, 1771. Although he did not leave New Castle County himself, several of his children did. Reference has already been made to Mary Stilley, born June 22, 1715 as Maria, daughter of Jacob Stelle and his wife Rebecca. She married Charles Hedges in 1736 and came to the Hedges area north of today's city of Frederick. Her brother Peter Stilley, born March 8, 1717, also came. He had 'Saplin Ridge' surveyed for 100 acres on January 15, 1742. It lay "near Childey Mathews' land" just north of Rock Creek and today's forks of U.S. Highways 40 and 40-Alternate by the golf course. On May 20, 1749 Peter Stilley resurveyed his tract to increase its size to 295 acres, and in 1793 his son Peter Stilley, Jr. added 65 acres more, calling the whole 'Neighbors Agreement." 
Name Variation  Peter Stilley was also known as Peter Stilley. 
CHURCHMEMB*1748 He was a member of church in 1748 This is from the Stille Genforum:
"According to the Moravian missionary August Spangenberg, Peter Stilley in 1748 was a vestryman and 'Vorsteher' in the English church, who because of his friendship with neighboring Moravians, had been called to account. He was Constable of Middle Monocacy Hundred in 1751 and 1752 and a member of the Grand Jury in 1759. His son John Stilley followed him as Constable for Middle Monocacy Hundred in 1778. In his will of July 25, 1765 Peter Stilley devised his plantation to his son Jacob, but also provided for sons Peter and John. His wife Mary also left a will, dated September 30, 1784, which named daughters Estelle, wife of John Kennedy, and Rebecca, wife of Benjamin Ogle."

 
Will*25 July 1765 He left a will on 25 July 1765 at MD. 
Will25 July 1765 He left a will on 25 July 1765 He left his plantation to son Jacob. 
Note*2007 He I have a suspicion that Peter's family is described here:
originally published in Swedish Colonial News,
Volume 1, Number 16 (Fall 1997)

Olof Stille was born on the island of SoIö in Roslagen, northeast of Stockholm, the son of Per Stille, a relatively prosperous supervisor of the Penningby estate in Länna parish. By 1627 Per Stille had retired and was granted land by the owners of Penningby on a nearby island called Humblö. Here Olof Stille married and began his family. Although Olof Stille was on good terms with Erik Bielke, who inherited Penningby in 1629, he did not think well of Bielke's wife, Catarina Fleming.
At the Norrtälje fair in 1636, Olof Stille indiscreetly voiced his opinion of Lady Catarina Fleming, who retaliated by prosecuting Olof for defamation and took his property at Humblö. When Olof refused to leave the island, he was imprisoned. After securing his freedom, Olof and his family resettled in Matsunda, where he was joined by one of his former servants named Anders. Lady Fleming, now a widow, had Anders seized on 18 March 1638 and imprisoned at Penningby under the claim that Anders had broken a verbal agreement with the late Lord Bielke to be their servant.
Olof Stille heard the news the next day, entered Penningby Castle by a secret door, broke the lock to the dungeon with his axe and then fled, with Anders carrying the axe and Olof his own rapier. On complaint from Lady Fleming, the Governor issued an order for Olof Stille's arrest on 28 March 1638 - the same day that the first expedition to New Sweden was landing at the Rocks. At the trial on 13 April 1638 Olof Stille was convicted of burglary and sentenced to death by the sword. The appellate court, however, modified the sentence to a fine of 100 daler silver money, the equivalent of 17 months pay for a New Sweden soldier.

Three years later, in May 1641, when the Charitas departed for New Sweden, the passenger list included Olof Stille, a mill-maker, his wife, a daughter aged 7 and a son aged 11/2. Also on board were Olof's younger brother Axel Stille, and the family of Måns Svensson Lom, whose wife appears to have been Olof's younger sister. His older brother, Johan Stille, later pastor at Fundbo, 1644-1672, and his sister Kerstin remained in Sweden.
In New Sweden, Olof Stille settled as a freeman at a place called Techoherassi by the Indians, located between present Crum Creek and Ridley Creek (called Olof Stille's Creek). Joining him at this location were his brother Axel Stille and the Lom family. The Indians were frequent visitors to Techoherassi and liked Olof Stille very much, but they considered his heavy, black beard a monstrosity and conferred a strange name on him because of it.

As the only known mill-maker in the colony, Olof Stille probably was in charge of building the first Swedish gristmill on Mill (now Cobbs) Creek. He also became a leader among the freemen and played a key role in promoting the July 1653 list of grievances, signed by Olof Stille and 21 other freemen, which was submitted to Governor Johan Printz, protesting his dictatorial rule. Printz labeled this action mutiny and promptly left for Sweden. To Olof Stille, however, it was simply exercising the right of free speech. When Governor Rising arrived, Olof asked for a prompt trial. Rising, who took a more kindly view toward the freeman, let the matter drop.

After the surrender of New Sweden, the Dutch governor, Petrus Stuyvesant, agreed to allow the Swedes and Finns living north of the Christina River to govern themselves. The first Swedish court, organized in 1656, had Olof Stille as its chief justice and also included Peter Larsson Cock, Peter Gunnarsson Rambo and Matts Hansson from Borgå, Finland.
During his eight years as chief justice of the Swedes' court, there were frequent policy clashes between the Swedes and the Dutch. Olof Stille proved himself to be an able defender of the Swedes' position and usually prevailed.
Retiring as chief justice in 1664, Olof Stille moved to Moyamensing (later south Philadelphia) with Lars Andersson Collinus (who had married Måns Lom's widow) and his son-in-law Marten Roosemond. Even in retirement, he was called upon to arbitrate disputes among the settlers. He died about 1684. He was survived by his brother Axel Stille, who had no children, and four children who have been identified:
Ella Stille, born in 1634 in Roslagen, married twice. By her first husband, Peter Jochimsson, she had two children, Peter Petersson Yocum, born 1652, and Elisabeth Petersdotter, born 1654, who married John Ogle, an English soldier. By her second marriage to Hans Månsson, she had six more sons, originally known by the patronymic Hansson but later adopting the surname of Steelman. They were John, Jöns (James), Christiern, Peter, Charles and Eric. Ella died in 1718 in Gloucester County NJ.
Anders Stille, born in 1640 in Roslagen, moved to New Castle about 1658 and married there, by 1671, Annetje Pieters, daughter of the Dutch brewer, Pieter Wolfertsen van Couwenhoven. Soon after his marriage, he moved to Christina Creek, taking up residence next to his niece, Elisabeth Petersdotter Ogle. Later, they moved to White Clay Creek in New Castle County, where he died between 1688 and 1692, survived by two sons, John and Jacob, and one daughter thus far identified, Elisabeth, who married Charles Hedges.
Christina Stille, born in America c. 1643, became the second wife of Marten Roosemond, a Dutch "cleinsmit" (toolmaker), who moved from New Castle to Moyamensing after his marriage. Two landmarks on that property were named Roosemond Creek and Hollanders Creek. Roosemond returned to New Castle before 1671 and served as judge on the New Castle court and deacon of the Dutch church there until his death in 1677. It is unknown whether Christina had any children.
Johan Stille, born in America in 1646, married about 1683 Gertrude, daughter of Mårten Gerritsen and Christina Lom of New Castle County. They had twelve children: Christina (born 1684), Anna (1685), Olof [William] (1687), Sarah (1690), John (1692), Brigitta (1693), Barbara (1697), Peter (1699), Gertrude (1701), Morton (1704), Helena (1705) and Allemisha (1709). Johan Stille inherited the Moyamensing plantation, where he died in 1722. His widow died in 1744. in 2007. 

Family 1

Mary (?)
MARRIAGE* He married Mary (?) 
Children

Family 2

Child
Last Edited13 Nov 2007

Peter Stilley Jr.

M, #4959, b. circa 1770
Father*Peter Stilley b. 1699, d. c 1765
Birth*circa 1770 Peter Stilley Jr. was born circa 1770. 
 He was the son of Peter Stilley
Last Edited13 Nov 2007

Rebecca Stilley

F, #2481, d. 22 November 1821
Father*Peter Stilley b. 1699, d. c 1765
Mother*Mary (?)
ChartsHerman Charles Vollmer
ReferenceB-89
 Rebecca Stilley was the daughter of Peter Stilley and Mary (?) 
MARRIAGE*1 October 1776 She married Major Benjamin Ogle, son of Joseph Ogle and Sarah Winters, on 1 October 1776 Date of 1776 given by Jean Godwin of Ogle Society 11-99. 
Death*22 November 1821 She died on 22 November 1821 at Frederick, MD, Called "respected widow."1 
Burial*24 November 1821 She was buried on 24 November 1821 at Frederick, MD.2 
Married Name1 October 1776  As of 1 October 1776,her married name was Ogle. 
Note*30 September 1784 She She is mentioned in her mother's will as being the wife of Benjamin Ogle. on 30 September 1784. 

Family

Major Benjamin Ogle b. 13 January 1746, d. 6 September 1813
Children
Last Edited12 Nov 2007

Citations

  1. [S456] Mary Durkin Carey, "MDC notes."
  2. [S385] Unknown subject unknown repository.

Rebecca Stilley

F, #4954, b. 1725
Birth*1725 Rebecca Stilley was born in 1725. 
Last Edited13 Nov 2007

Sarah Stilley

F, #4912, b. 1690
Father*Johan Stilley b. 1646
Mother*Gertrude Gerritsen b. 1664
Birth*1690 Sarah Stilley was born in 1690. 
 She was the daughter of Johan Stilley and Gertrude Gerritsen
Last Edited12 Nov 2007

Seth Stilley

M, #4957, b. 1732
Birth*1732 Seth Stilley was born in 1732. 
Last Edited13 Nov 2007

Susanna Stilley

F, #4951, b. 1719
Birth*1719 Susanna Stilley was born in 1719. 
Last Edited13 Nov 2007

Henny Lara Quincy Stokes1

F, #3645, b. April 1877
ChartsWILLIAM BASSE
Birth*April 1877 Henny Lara Quincy Stokes was born in April 1877.2 
MARRIAGE*circa 1893 She married George Augustus Floyd, son of Frederick Floyd and Roxy Ann Blount, circa 1893.2 
Married Name Her married name was Floyd.2 

Family

George Augustus Floyd b. August 1875
Children
Last Edited22 Jan 2013

Citations

  1. [S59] 1900 Census;, traceradams [e-mail address] Henry Adams gave me her full name.
  2. [S59] 1900 Census;.

Miilly Ann Malone Stokes1

F, #2347, b. 5 September 1815, d. 2 May 1882
ChartsJOHN GRAHAM
Birth*5 September 1815 Miilly Ann Malone Stokes was born on 5 September 1815 at GA.1,2 
MARRIAGE*1 March 1842 She married Hardy Hart, son of Marmaduke Hart and Mourning Collum, on 1 March 1842.3,1 
Death*2 May 1882 She died on 2 May 1882 at Hart Cemetery, Cochran, Bleckley County, GA, at age 66. 
Married Name Her married name was Hart.3 

Family

Hardy Hart b. 24 April 1802, d. 27 February 1882
Children
Last Edited27 Oct 2007

Citations

  1. [S512] Bob Bridger, "Bridger," e-mail to Margot Woodrough, March 2003.
  2. [S56] 1880 Census;.
  3. [S54] 1860 Census;.

Samuel Stone

M, #683
ChartsWilliam Landrum
MARRIAGE* Samuel Stone married Marianne Landrum, daughter of Parson Thomas Landrum and Nelly (?)

Family

Marianne Landrum
Last Edited27 Aug 1998

Margaret Storke

F, #4538, b. circa 1715
MARRIAGE* Margaret Storke married John Washington, son of Nathaniel Washington, at VA. 
Birth*circa 1715 She was born circa 1715. 
Note* She I suspect that Margaret had a sister named Elizabeth who first married Henry Washington (Henry was the son of Laurence Washington.)

She married #2 to Thomas Jett b. 1720 died 1785. They had a son William Storke Jett who served in the Revolution and lived to April 1851. Evidently he posted security for Lt Horse Harry Lee the father of Robert E. Lee and Harry defaulted so William lost his place called Walnut Hills to the Turners who held the note. All this need much more research. Thomas Jett lived on the Ball Property (Mary Ball was mother of George Washington) Thomas was born in King George County Virginia about 1720. He was Justice of King George as well as sheriff and storekeeper in Leedstown. 
Married Name Her married name was Munroe. 
Married Name Her married name was Washington. 

Family

John Washington b. 1717, d. 1752
Child
Last Edited19 Aug 2010

Col. Jos. Stout

M, #387
MARRIAGE* Col. Jos. Stout married Ruth Brinson, daughter of Daniel Brinson and Frances Greenland

Family

Ruth Brinson b. 1683, d. 1768
Last Edited3 May 1999

Lillian L. Strickhart1

F, #2774
ChartsCASPER VOLMER
MARRIAGE*17 December 1888 Lillian L. Strickhart married Frederick Vollmer Jr., son of Jakob Friederich (Frederick) Vollmer and Anna Catherine Jacob, on 17 December 1888 at Washingon, D.C.2 
Note* She. 
Married Name17 December 1888  As of 17 December 1888,her married name was Vollmer. 
EMAIL*2002 She was New Tag This note received from internet contact. "Just got off of the phone with my Uncle. What a talker! Anyway, he did know he had an Aunt Lillian, but he never met her. Said she lived in Los Angeles, had red hair, and was a bit "ditzy." She would come out to visit on occasion but instead of calling, would send a postcard prior to her departure. By the time my Grandfather got the postcard, she was gone.
Anyway, this was in the early 30's which would have made her a woman in her 60's, so it looks like Lillian and Frederick were divorced. Who knows,maybe bringing up the Strickhart boys, if that was the case, proved to be a problem!
Rick Frederick S Strickhart [fstrickhart@keyspanenergy.com] in 2002. 

Family

Frederick Vollmer Jr. b. 17 January 1864, d. 1929
Child
Last Edited19 Aug 2006

Citations

  1. [S431] Unknown subject unknown repository.
  2. [S6] Annapolis Families.

Willie Strickland1

F, #5352, b. 7 February 1916, d. after 1950
Birth*7 February 1916 Willie Strickland was born on 7 February 1916.1 
MARRIAGE*circa 1935 She married Clyde Emmett Floyd, son of Seaborn Andrew Floyd and Mary Lou Sandiford, circa 1935.1 
Divorce1947 She and Clyde Emmett Floyd were divorced in 1947.2 
MARRIAGE*after 1947 She married John Walter Clark after 1947.2 
Death*after 1950 She died after 1950. 
Married Name Her married name was Clark.2 
Married Name Her married name was Floyd.1 

Family 1

John Walter Clark d. 29 February 1988
MARRIAGE*after 1947 She married John Walter Clark after 1947.2 
Children

Family 2

Clyde Emmett Floyd b. 27 February 1910, d. 13 October 1997
MARRIAGE*circa 1935 She married Clyde Emmett Floyd, son of Seaborn Andrew Floyd and Mary Lou Sandiford, circa 1935.1 
Divorce1947 She and Clyde Emmett Floyd were divorced in 1947.2 
Last Edited15 Nov 2017

Citations

  1. [S490] Donald R. Floyd, The Elusive Floyds.
  2. [S486] Donald Floyd, "Donald Floyd."

Lee Stuart

M, #582
MARRIAGE* Lee Stuart married Elizabeth Thompson, daughter of John Thompson and Sarah (?).1 

Family

Elizabeth Thompson
Last Edited3 May 1999

Citations

  1. [S29] "Rudd Chart."

Manuel Suarez

M, #918
MARRIAGE* Manuel Suarez married Eloisa Gaston, daughter of Melchor Gaston Russel and Elosa Segrera

Family

Eloisa Gaston
Last Edited4 Feb 1999