Ralph Edward Runkle

M, #306
MARRIAGE*16 October 1829 Ralph Edward Runkle married Hannah Isabel Piatt, daughter of Benjamin McCullough Piatt and Elizabeth Barnett, on 16 October 1829. 

Family

Hannah Isabel Piatt b. 7 October 1804, d. 13 May 1839
Last Edited3 May 1999

Matilda Runnels

F, #1164, b. 1807
Relationships4th great-grandmother of Stephens Blakely Woodrough Jr.
4th great-grandmother of Page Annette Woodrough
ChartsWOODROUGH KIDLET ANCESTORS
ReferenceB-55
Birth*1807 Matilda Runnels was born in 1807. 
MARRIAGE*13 January 1825 She married Tommy King, son of John King and Priscilla Williams, on 13 January 1825 This information and information on his parents provided by Doris Dixon of Cochran, GA.1,2 
Married Name13 January 1825  As of 13 January 1825,her married name was King. 

Family

Tommy King b. 1801
Child
Last Edited7 Sep 2001

Citations

  1. [S333] Unknown subject MVW file.
  2. [S23] Doris Floyd Dixon, "Pedigree Chart."

Maria De La Ascension Russel Malpica1

F, #5203, b. circa 1854
Birth*circa 1854 Maria De La Ascension Russel Malpica was born circa 1854.1 
MARRIAGE*31 January 1874 She married Miguel Gaston Gaston, son of Maria Josefa Gaston Ansiategui, on 31 January 1874 at Havana, Cuba.1 

Family

Miguel Gaston Gaston b. 10 July 1846, d. 5 August 1888
Children
Last Edited12 Feb 2009

Citations

  1. [S522] International Genealogical Index (IGI).

Aileen Elizabeth Ryan1

F, #3607, b. 24 June 1940
Father*Joseph Blakely Ryan1 b. 6 Feb 1909, d. 13 Jan 1990
Mother*Alice G. Stapleton1 b. 23 Apr 1914, d. 29 Sep 1969
Relationships3rd cousin 1 time removed of Stephens Blakely Woodrough Jr.
3rd cousin 1 time removed of Page Annette Woodrough
ChartsSIMON RUFFNER
BLAKELY
MARRIAGE* Aileen Elizabeth Ryan married Charles Reinstatler.1 
Birth*24 June 1940 She was born on 24 June 1940.1 
 She was the daughter of Joseph Blakely Ryan and Alice G. Stapleton.1 
Married Name Her married name was Reinstatler.1 

Family

Charles Reinstatler b. 13 February 1939
Last Edited8 Sep 2003

Citations

  1. [S496] Kay Ryan, "Kay Ryan to LWG," e-mail to Laura Woodrough Glass, 2000.

Anna Agnes Ryan1,2

F, #3240, b. 21 July 1861, d. 31 October 1866
Father*John Becan Ryan2 b. 1826, d. 19 Jan 1871
Mother*Mary Louise Blakely2 b. 12 Dec 1832, d. 21 Feb 1908
Relationships1st cousin 3 times removed of Stephens Blakely Woodrough Jr.
1st cousin 3 times removed of Page Annette Woodrough
ChartsSIMON RUFFNER
BLAKELY
Birth*21 July 1861 Anna Agnes Ryan was born on 21 July 1861.2 
 She was the daughter of John Becan Ryan and Mary Louise Blakely.2 
Death*31 October 1866 She died on 31 October 1866 at age 5 She died of Cholera on the same day as her younger sister, Susan. Both were buried the same day as well.3 
Burial*1 November 1866 She was buried on 1 November 1866. 
Last Edited27 Sep 2003

Citations

  1. She is twin of Beatrice.
  2. [S496] Kay Ryan, "Kay Ryan to LWG," e-mail to Laura Woodrough Glass, 2000.
  3. [S56] 1880 Census;.

Beatrice Grace Ryan1

F, #3239, b. circa 1869, d. 28 September 1887
BEATRICE GRACE BLAKELY
Father*John Becan Ryan1 b. 1826, d. 19 Jan 1871
Mother*Mary Louise Blakely1 b. 12 Dec 1832, d. 21 Feb 1908
Relationships1st cousin 3 times removed of Stephens Blakely Woodrough Jr.
1st cousin 3 times removed of Page Annette Woodrough
ChartsSIMON RUFFNER
BLAKELY
Birth*circa 1869 Beatrice Grace Ryan was born circa 1869.1 
 She was the daughter of John Becan Ryan and Mary Louise Blakely.1 
Death*28 September 1887 She died on 28 September 1887 at Cincinnati, Hamilton County, OH.1 
CENSUS1880*1880 She appeared on the Census in 1880 at Cincinnati, OH.2 
Last Edited19 Sep 2005

Citations

  1. [S496] Kay Ryan, "Kay Ryan to LWG," e-mail to Laura Woodrough Glass, 2000.
  2. [S56] 1880 Census;, She is shown living with her widowed mother T9-1025 p. 9A.

Cornelius Ryan

M, #3105

Family

Child
Last Edited10 Apr 2000

Effie Virginia Ryan

F, #276, b. 26 October 1857, d. 25 May 1912
EFFIE V. RYAN
Effie Virginia Ryan
Father*John Becan Ryan b. 1826, d. 19 Jan 1871
Mother*Mary Louise Blakely b. 12 Dec 1832, d. 21 Feb 1908
Relationships1st cousin 3 times removed of Stephens Blakely Woodrough Jr.
1st cousin 3 times removed of Page Annette Woodrough
ChartsSIMON RUFFNER
BLAKELY
Birth*26 October 1857 Effie Virginia Ryan was born on 26 October 1857.1 
 She was the daughter of John Becan Ryan and Mary Louise Blakely
Probate*26 August 1904 Her estate was probated on 26 August 1904 at St. Mary's, Elk County, PA, Will Book B p.219. 
Death*25 May 1912  On 25 May 1912 at Atlantic City, NJ, Effie had not been in the best of health for some time and in April had traveled to Atlantic City, New Jersey for a ten-day's rest. While visiting in that city, she was taken ill and entered Galan Hall, where she underwent surgery. Her condition grew steadily worse, in spite of all their efforts to help her. Her family was notified of her serious condition and went immediately to Atlantic City. She died on May 25th, 1912, surrounded by her loving family. Her body was brought back to Cincinnati where a Requiem Mass was chanted at St. Xavier Church, followed by her interment in the family plot at St. Joseph New Cemetery in Delhi, Ohio.2,3      

 
Name Variation  Effie Virginia Ryan was also known as Evarista Virginia Ryan. 
Biography  The second child of John and Mary Louise [Blakely] Ryan, was born on October 26, 1857 in Cincinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio. Her name was Evarista Virginia Ryan and she was baptized on October 29th, at St. Xavier Church in Cincinnati, with John Bowes and Catherine McCully as her sponsors.

The Benedictines at Annunciation Academy in Kearney, Nebraska where her aunt, Sr. Beatrice Blakely, as she was called, was Mother Superior, educated “Effie”. Determined to embark on a business career, she prepared herself in typing and shorthand.

There are many newspaper clippings about the career of Miss Effie that are too numerous to list here. The following article was published in 1896 and sums up everything nicely:
HARMON'S ACT
He Cuts Off Miss Effie V. Ryan's Official Head.
The Government Building People Much Surprised
Finale of Some Interesting Correspondence Between Here and Washington-Its Sequel.
The many friends of Miss Effie V. Ryan, who since Oct. 19, 1887 has been the official stenographer on the Court floor of the Government Building, will be greatly surprised to learn that she has been summarily dropped by the order of U. S. Attorney General Judson Harmon.
The Attorney General's final action in this matter has caused no end of talk about the Government Building. Monday there was great surprise manifested in all the departments that Miss Ryan had been dropped. The Attorney General's course regarding Miss Ryan, who is one of the best known Court stenographers in the country by reason of the office she held, is a puzzle to some.
The story is not a new one. Miss Ryan was appointed to a position by Attorney General Garland, under Cleveland's first Administration. W. H. Burnet was the District Attorney. The Fidelity National Bank failure had occurred and the District Attorney's office overrun with work. Mr. Burnet found it absolutely necessary to have relief and secured permission from Garland to have a stenographer. Miss Ryan was appointed. She was soon called into the Fidelity grand jury cases, and was appointed in an official way to take the evidence before the Fidelity grand jury.
The appointment was the first one of the kind ever given a woman in the U. S. Courts in this country, and attracted much attention. The grand jury lasted eleven days, and next she was called into the Harper trial, and took evidence for fourteen days. Next came the Metropolitan Bank cases and the trial of Hopkins; she took this, working thirty-seven days. All this was extra work, not provided for under her appointment. After the trials were over, Mr. Burnet went to Washington City, and after consultation with the authorities, succeeded in getting Miss Ryan retained in office.
There is no U. S. District Attorney's office in the country allowed an appropriation for a stenographer, and as a result every Attorney General since Garland's time has had her position to consider. Miller and Olney both passed on it, and allowed her to remain. When Judge Harmon went to Washington, he too had his attention drawn to the position. One day, about the middle of last February, District Attorney Harlan Cleveland received a letter from Judge Harmon saying that Miss Ryan's service would be abolished.
Judge Sage took the matter up and wrote a letter to the Attorney General, explaining that Miss Ryan was not really employed and paid by the District Attorney's office--that she was employed to do certain kinds of Court work, and that her dismissal was a mistake. Attorney General Harmon telegraphed to District Attorney Cleveland to reinstate Miss Ryan at once.

The last time the Attorney General was in Cincinnati he seems to have looked into the matter further, at the suggestion of some people who are declared to have had an ulterior motive in displacing Miss Ryan. Upon his return to Washington City, he wrote the District Attorney a letter saying that he had reviewed the case and decided to revoke his telegram saying that she be reinstated. The result of the whole business is that Miss Ryan finds herself out after nine years of faithful service. Her work in the Fidelity cases was gratuitous and not paid for. The Government has never rewarded her for this work because there was no appropriation for it.
After her reinstatement in February she was called into several      important cases and sworn in as official clerk of the U. S. grand jury--an honor for the first time conferred upon a woman in this      country.
There is said to be a little bit of very interesting history back of her displacement by the Attorney General, and those who have kept track of this case declare that it will have an echo of unexpected      proportions. Miss Ryan has the friendship of a wide circle of people who will be sorry to learn of the way in which she has been dealt with by Cincinnati's member of President Cleveland's Cabinet. While Effie was performing her duties as Special Examiner in the Fidelity Bank case, this article appeared in the local newspaper and provides an amusing glimpse of the times in which this pioneer lady lived.

WALKS AND TALKS
A good story is being told about the United Courts and the lawyers' offices: "Miss Effie V. Ryan, the handsome lady stenographer of the United States Court, was some time ago made a Special Examiner for the taking of depositions in the three million dollar suit against the directors of the Fidelity Bank. She has examined a number of witnesses and is the only court of the kind which can report the evidence taken before it and write it out accurately. When she is not examining witnesses, she is diligently engaged transcribing her shorthand notes by means of a typewriter. The other day she issued subpoenas for a half dozen bank officials to appear at 2 o'clock. They came promptly to hand, as bank men usually do. Miss Ryan was sitting at her typewriter, and they paid as little attention to her as she did to them, she, as the court, waiting for the appearance of the District Attorney and other lawyers. The banking bloods became impatient at the delay and began wondering where Mr. Ryan could be. One who assumed to speak the loudest, by reason of seniority, loudly asserted: "Mr. Ryan should not have summoned us till half past two if he couldn't be on hand himself." Miss Ryan leaned over her typewriter and said never a word. Presently Mr. Wilby, with the lawyers in the case, came into the room. On seeing him, the eldest bank officer shouted out: "Say, Wilby, who is this fellow Ryan?" Wilby looked confused and turned the conversation.
Presently the District Attorney came in and Miss Ryan said to him: "Mr. Burnet, we had better go right on and not wait for the others." The examination then began; but it was some moments before the bankers "caught on" to the fact that the fair stenographer was the court, and the "Mr." Ryan they had been pitching into so vigorously,before her face. In their turn they never said a word, and will not make the same mistake again.
Miss Ryan, when asked about the amusing episode, didn't affirm or deny it, but the mirth in her countenance, as the scene was recalled, was confirmation of the truth to the story.
Mr. Burnet knew nothing of it till a Telegram walker told him the story. He laughed quite heartily about it and remarked: "Oh, that's nothing. Just wait till her court regularly opens and you     hear her addressed as Your Honor. Then you'll see some of the people open their eyes in genuine astonishment."When Harmon so unceremoniously dismissed Effie, there was a bit of an upheaval in the court building. Citing the fact that Effie had never been paid for her services due to an oversight and Government "red tape," she received many offers of assistance and legal advice from her many friends. However, she chose instead to continue her career in the District Attorney's office. She would eventually resign her position and open a school in her home, teaching typing and short hand and the art of stenography.
In her spare time, Effie was interested in the theatrical arts. She and her friends would put on and star in plays. The name of their group was The Maskers, and one such play resulted in this write up in the newspaper:
The young society people of the Cathedral, composing the dramatic club called The Maskers, gave two charming and most interesting comedy plays at St. Mary's Hall last evening, to a very large audience. ...Miss Effie Ryan as Louise de la Glaciere was lovely, and won applause as the beautiful wife of the Baron de Glaciere in the third act. The club is certainly entitled to great praise for the artistic and intelligent presentation of two such high class plays, as the one’s which furnished the entertainment last evening.
Effie was an active participant in the election of Miss Edith Campbell to the School Board of Cincinnati, who was the first woman to hold that position. She was also an active member of the Women's Club of Cincinnati for many years. Effie Virginia Ryan, finding fulfillment in her career, family and friends, never married. According to an announcement of her death in 1912 in a Cincinnati newspaper.

     
 
Biography*26 August 1904  On 26 August 1904 She was the administrator of estate of Sue Blakely. Filed affidavit Aug 26, 1904. 
Last Edited28 Apr 2006

Citations

  1. [S494] Laura Glass, "Laura Woodrough Glass correspondence", This is taken from information assembled by LWG. Individual sources will be mentioned in each item.

    My source for the THOMAS SHORE information was Marshall SHORE, who has done
    extensive research on the SHORE ancestors; also, received information from
    Tommy Wiggins, a descendant, on Jane Shore Morin and William STAMPS, and Sue Moore, another descendant of Jane Shore & James MORIN.
    But Marshall Shore was the main source of info.
    LWG.
  2. [S17] SLB Date diary, Date diary, about 1950 MVW file.
  3. [S563] Laura Steneck, "Laura Steneck," e-mail to Margot Woodrough.

Evarista Virginia Ryan1

F, #3605, b. 18 May 1919, d. 17 June 1921
Father*James Cornelius Ryan1 b. 11 Jul 1859, d. 11 Oct 1936
Mother*Mary Elizabeth Shilling1 b. 29 Feb 1880, d. 23 Aug 1956
Relationships2nd cousin 2 times removed of Stephens Blakely Woodrough Jr.
2nd cousin 2 times removed of Page Annette Woodrough
ChartsSIMON RUFFNER
BLAKELY
Birth*18 May 1919 Evarista Virginia Ryan was born on 18 May 1919.1 
 She was the daughter of James Cornelius Ryan and Mary Elizabeth Shilling.1 
Death*17 June 1921 She died on 17 June 1921 at age 2.1 
Last Edited18 Apr 2003

Citations

  1. [S496] Kay Ryan, "Kay Ryan to LWG," e-mail to Laura Woodrough Glass, 2000.

Francis Xavier Ryan

M, #3848, b. 10 July 1865, d. 10 July 1865
Father*John Becan Ryan b. 1826, d. 19 Jan 1871
Mother*Mary Louise Blakely b. 12 Dec 1832, d. 21 Feb 1908
Relationships1st cousin 3 times removed of Stephens Blakely Woodrough Jr.
1st cousin 3 times removed of Page Annette Woodrough
ChartsSIMON RUFFNER
BLAKELY
Death*10 July 1865 Francis Xavier Ryan died on 10 July 1865. 
Birth*10 July 1865 He was born on 10 July 1865. 
 He was the son of John Becan Ryan and Mary Louise Blakely
Last Edited27 Sep 2003

James Blakely Ryan

M, #3600, b. 17 July 1904, d. 26 July 1904
Father*James Cornelius Ryan b. 11 Jul 1859, d. 11 Oct 1936
Mother*Mary Elizabeth Shilling b. 29 Feb 1880, d. 23 Aug 1956
Relationships2nd cousin 2 times removed of Stephens Blakely Woodrough Jr.
2nd cousin 2 times removed of Page Annette Woodrough
ChartsSIMON RUFFNER
BLAKELY
Birth*17 July 1904 James Blakely Ryan was born on 17 July 1904. 
 He was the son of James Cornelius Ryan and Mary Elizabeth Shilling
Death*26 July 1904 He died on 26 July 1904. 
Last Edited18 Apr 2003

James Cornelius Ryan1

M, #3236, b. 11 July 1859, d. 11 October 1936
JAMES CORNELIUS RYAN
Father*John Becan Ryan1 b. 1826, d. 19 Jan 1871
Mother*Mary Louise Blakely1 b. 12 Dec 1832, d. 21 Feb 1908
Relationships1st cousin 3 times removed of Stephens Blakely Woodrough Jr.
1st cousin 3 times removed of Page Annette Woodrough
ChartsSIMON RUFFNER
BLAKELY
Birth*11 July 1859 James Cornelius Ryan was born on 11 July 1859 at Cincinnati, Hamilton County, OH.1 
 He was the son of John Becan Ryan and Mary Louise Blakely.1 
MARRIAGE*5 September 1901 He married Mary Elizabeth Shilling, daughter of Bernard Schilling and Elizabeth Eicholt, on 5 September 1901.1 
Death*11 October 1936 He died on 11 October 1936 at Dayton, KY, at age 77.1 

Family

Mary Elizabeth Shilling b. 29 February 1880, d. 23 August 1956
Children
Last Edited19 Sep 2005

Citations

  1. [S496] Kay Ryan, "Kay Ryan to LWG," e-mail to Laura Woodrough Glass, 2000.

James Ruffner Ryan1

M, #3603, b. 1 March 1911, d. 30 August 1988
Father*James Cornelius Ryan1 b. 11 Jul 1859, d. 11 Oct 1936
Mother*Mary Elizabeth Shilling1 b. 29 Feb 1880, d. 23 Aug 1956
Relationships2nd cousin 2 times removed of Stephens Blakely Woodrough Jr.
2nd cousin 2 times removed of Page Annette Woodrough
ChartsSIMON RUFFNER
BLAKELY
Birth*1 March 1911 James Ruffner Ryan was born on 1 March 1911.1 
 He was the son of James Cornelius Ryan and Mary Elizabeth Shilling.1 
Death*30 August 1988 He died on 30 August 1988 at Tulsa, OK, at age 77.1 
Last Edited18 Apr 2003

Citations

  1. [S496] Kay Ryan, "Kay Ryan to LWG," e-mail to Laura Woodrough Glass, 2000.

John Becan Ryan

M, #275, b. 1826, d. 19 January 1871
Father*Cornelius Ryan
ChartsSIMON RUFFNER
BLAKELY
Birth*1826 John Becan Ryan was born in 1826 at Ireland 1880 census says he was born in England. 
 He was the son of Cornelius Ryan
MARRIAGE*11 September 1855 He married Mary Louise Blakely, daughter of James B. Blakely and Susananna Smyth, on 11 September 1855 at Pittsburgh, PA, Husband's name and marriage date courtesy of a Ryan relative. Her wedding was at St. Paul's Cathedral in Pittsburgh.1 
Death*19 January 1871  On 19 January 1871 John suffered a heart attack and died on January 19, 1871. His obituary stated:

     In religion, Mr. Ryan was a devoted Catholic. He was a genial and           generous friend, a gentleman in the fullest sense of the word, possessed           business qualifications of the highest order, was a person of the           strictest integrity, a very devoted husband and father, and was                respected by all who knew him. He leaves a wife, delicate in health,           but of culture and refinement and a lovely family of six children, four           girls and two boys, the eldest being fourteen and the youngest two           years of age, to mourn his loss.

 
Biography*1851  In 1851 John B. Ryan was born in County Cork, Ireland in 1826, the son of Cornelius and Ann Ryan. Cornelius was a very wealthy businessman connected with the construction of canals, and like many other men of his time lost everything during the financial panics of the late 1850s.

John received a tolerably good education, then served an apprenticeship at paper making in Hamilton Ohio. Later he worked in a Mr. Grahams’ store that was connected with the paper manufactory.

On January 1, 1851 he entered as partner into the house of Applegate & Company. In March of that year, having been born in Ireland, John applied for and received his naturalization papers becoming an American citizen.

John was working at Applegate & Company when he married Mary Louise Blakely, and he remained there until March 1, 1859. After leaving the firm of Applegate & Co. he worked for “Dodge's Patent Stove & Grate business.” Allegedly, this was a precursor to the modern centralized heating system.
 

Family

Mary Louise Blakely b. 12 December 1832, d. 21 February 1908
Children
Last Edited28 Apr 2006

Citations

  1. [S17] SLB Date diary, Date diary, about 1950 MVW file.
  2. [S496] Kay Ryan, "Kay Ryan to LWG," e-mail to Laura Woodrough Glass, 2000.

John Becan Ryan1

M, #3237, b. 2 October 1863, d. 27 March 1919
JOHN B. RYAN
Father*John Becan Ryan1 b. 1826, d. 19 Jan 1871
Mother*Mary Louise Blakely1 b. 12 Dec 1832, d. 21 Feb 1908
Relationships1st cousin 3 times removed of Stephens Blakely Woodrough Jr.
1st cousin 3 times removed of Page Annette Woodrough
ChartsSIMON RUFFNER
BLAKELY
Birth*2 October 1863 John Becan Ryan was born on 2 October 1863.1 
 He was the son of John Becan Ryan and Mary Louise Blakely.1 
Death*27 March 1919 He died on 27 March 1919 at Cincinnati, Hamilton County, OH, at age 55.1 
CENSUS1880*1880 He appeared on the Census in 1880 at Cincinnati, OH; Occupation given as Telegraph Messenger.2 
Last Edited19 Sep 2005

Citations

  1. [S496] Kay Ryan, "Kay Ryan to LWG," e-mail to Laura Woodrough Glass, 2000.
  2. [S56] 1880 Census;.

John Cornelius Ryan1

M, #3604, b. 6 May 1916, d. 20 March 1999
Father*James Cornelius Ryan1 b. 11 Jul 1859, d. 11 Oct 1936
Mother*Mary Elizabeth Shilling1 b. 29 Feb 1880, d. 23 Aug 1956
Relationships2nd cousin 2 times removed of Stephens Blakely Woodrough Jr.
2nd cousin 2 times removed of Page Annette Woodrough
ChartsSIMON RUFFNER
BLAKELY
Birth*6 May 1916 John Cornelius Ryan was born on 6 May 1916.1 
 He was the son of James Cornelius Ryan and Mary Elizabeth Shilling.1 
MARRIAGE*14 August 1948 He married Jeanne Mary Buschmiller on 14 August 1948 at Cincinnati, OH.1 
Death*20 March 1999 He died on 20 March 1999 at OH at age 82.1 

Family

Jeanne Mary Buschmiller b. 27 October 1925, d. 25 March 2001
Last Edited18 Apr 2003

Citations

  1. [S496] Kay Ryan, "Kay Ryan to LWG," e-mail to Laura Woodrough Glass, 2000.

Joseph Blakely Ryan1

M, #3602, b. 6 February 1909, d. 13 January 1990
Father*James Cornelius Ryan1 b. 11 Jul 1859, d. 11 Oct 1936
Mother*Mary Elizabeth Shilling1 b. 29 Feb 1880, d. 23 Aug 1956
Relationships2nd cousin 2 times removed of Stephens Blakely Woodrough Jr.
2nd cousin 2 times removed of Page Annette Woodrough
ChartsSIMON RUFFNER
BLAKELY
Birth*6 February 1909 Joseph Blakely Ryan was born on 6 February 1909.1 
 He was the son of James Cornelius Ryan and Mary Elizabeth Shilling.1 
MARRIAGE*24 October 1939 He married Alice G. Stapleton on 24 October 1939.1 
Death*13 January 1990 He died on 13 January 1990 at age 80.1 

Family

Alice G. Stapleton b. 23 April 1914, d. 29 September 1969
Child
Last Edited18 Apr 2003

Citations

  1. [S496] Kay Ryan, "Kay Ryan to LWG," e-mail to Laura Woodrough Glass, 2000.

Josepha Aileen Ryan1

F, #3238, b. 7 April 1867, d. 15 February 1950
JOSEPHA AILEEN BLAKELY
Father*John Becan Ryan1 b. 1826, d. 19 Jan 1871
Mother*Mary Louise Blakely1 b. 12 Dec 1832, d. 21 Feb 1908
Relationships1st cousin 3 times removed of Stephens Blakely Woodrough Jr.
1st cousin 3 times removed of Page Annette Woodrough
ChartsSIMON RUFFNER
BLAKELY
Birth*7 April 1867 Josepha Aileen Ryan was born on 7 April 1867.1 
 She was the daughter of John Becan Ryan and Mary Louise Blakely.1 
Death*15 February 1950 She died on 15 February 1950 at Cincinnati, Hamilton County, OH, at age 82.1 
CENSUS1880*1880 She appeared on the Census in 1880 at Cincinnati, OH.2 
Note*2003  According to Kay Ryan, Mary Louise left the family pictures, letters and clippings to Aileen Ryan. When Aileen died everything was given to Bob Ryan who lives in Michigan. 
Last Edited10 May 2007

Citations

  1. [S496] Kay Ryan, "Kay Ryan to LWG," e-mail to Laura Woodrough Glass, 2000.
  2. [S56] 1880 Census;.

Josepha Aileen Ryan1

F, #3601, b. 15 December 1906, d. 16 February 2000
Father*James Cornelius Ryan1 b. 11 Jul 1859, d. 11 Oct 1936
Mother*Mary Elizabeth Shilling1 b. 29 Feb 1880, d. 23 Aug 1956
Relationships2nd cousin 2 times removed of Stephens Blakely Woodrough Jr.
2nd cousin 2 times removed of Page Annette Woodrough
ChartsSIMON RUFFNER
BLAKELY
Birth*15 December 1906 Josepha Aileen Ryan was born on 15 December 1906.1 
 She was the daughter of James Cornelius Ryan and Mary Elizabeth Shilling.1 
Death*16 February 2000 She died on 16 February 2000 at age 93.1 
Note*2003 She She is the person who left the old clippings and letters to bob Ryan as well as the pictures of Susan and James Blakely. in 2003. 
Last Edited18 Apr 2003

Citations

  1. [S496] Kay Ryan, "Kay Ryan to LWG," e-mail to Laura Woodrough Glass, 2000.

Mary Louise Ryan1,2

F, #3235, b. 19 August 1856, d. 12 June 1934
Father*John Becan Ryan2 b. 1826, d. 19 Jan 1871
Mother*Mary Louise Blakely2 b. 12 Dec 1832, d. 21 Feb 1908
Relationships1st cousin 3 times removed of Stephens Blakely Woodrough Jr.
1st cousin 3 times removed of Page Annette Woodrough
ChartsSIMON RUFFNER
BLAKELY
Birth*19 August 1856 Mary Louise Ryan was born on 19 August 1856.2 
 She was the daughter of John Becan Ryan and Mary Louise Blakely.2 
Death*12 June 1934 She died on 12 June 1934 at Lake Forest, Chicago, IL, at age 77.2 
Occupation*1880 She was in 1880 at Music Teacher, Cincinnati, Hamilton County, OH.3 
CENSUS1880*1880 She appeared on the Census in 1880 at Cincinnati, Hamilton County, OH.4 
Last Edited19 Sep 2005

Citations

  1. Her religious name was Mother Marie Louise.
  2. [S496] Kay Ryan, "Kay Ryan to LWG," e-mail to Laura Woodrough Glass, 2000.
  3. [S56] 1880 Census;, She is shown living with her widowed mother and three younger children.
  4. [S56] 1880 Census;, T9-1025 P. 9A.

Mary Virginia Ryan

F, #3599, b. 25 August 1902, d. 31 August 1902
Father*James Cornelius Ryan b. 11 Jul 1859, d. 11 Oct 1936
Mother*Mary Elizabeth Shilling b. 29 Feb 1880, d. 23 Aug 1956
Relationships2nd cousin 2 times removed of Stephens Blakely Woodrough Jr.
2nd cousin 2 times removed of Page Annette Woodrough
ChartsSIMON RUFFNER
BLAKELY
Birth*25 August 1902 Mary Virginia Ryan was born on 25 August 1902. 
 She was the daughter of James Cornelius Ryan and Mary Elizabeth Shilling
Death*31 August 1902 She died on 31 August 1902. 
Last Edited18 Apr 2003

Susan Josephine Ryan

F, #3849, b. 10 July 1865, d. 31 October 1866
Father*John Becan Ryan b. 1826, d. 19 Jan 1871
Mother*Mary Louise Blakely b. 12 Dec 1832, d. 21 Feb 1908
Relationships1st cousin 3 times removed of Stephens Blakely Woodrough Jr.
1st cousin 3 times removed of Page Annette Woodrough
ChartsSIMON RUFFNER
BLAKELY
Birth*10 July 1865 Susan Josephine Ryan was born on 10 July 1865. 
 She was the daughter of John Becan Ryan and Mary Louise Blakely
Death*31 October 1866 She died on 31 October 1866 at age 1 She died of Cholera. 
Burial*1 November 1866 She was buried on 1 November 1866. 
Last Edited27 Sep 2003

Henry L. Ryder1

M, #4997, b. 1841
Birth*1841 Henry L. Ryder was born in 1841 at OH.1 
MARRIAGE*circa 1862 He married Sophie Plourde, daughter of Hubert Plourde and Marie Josephte Robidas, circa 1862.1 

Family

Sophie Plourde b. 19 May 1844
Last Edited16 May 2008

Citations

  1. [S611] Unknown author, "unknown short title," e-mail to unknown recipient.

Albert Lester Sanders1

M, #3339
MARRIAGE* Albert Lester Sanders married Sarah Purser, daughter of Pryor Green Purser and Martha Mullis

Family

Sarah Purser b. 1 March 1876, d. 25 November 1970
Child
Last Edited14 Jan 2003

Citations

  1. Name given by LaVerne Floyd Dykes.

Ava A. Sanders1

F, #1256, b. 14 April 1884, d. 19 October 1967
ChartsZachariah Davis
WILLIAM BASSE
ZACHARIAS DAVIS
Birth*14 April 1884 Ava A. Sanders was born on 14 April 1884 at GA.1 
MARRIAGE*17 September 1903 She married James Washington (Cousin Jim) Floyd, son of George Washington Floyd and Susanah (Susan) Davis, on 17 September 1903 at ., Bleckley County, GA, They celebrated Golden Wedding Anniversary in 1976. There is something wrong here given death date and marriage date. 
Death*19 October 1967 She died on 19 October 1967 at Dodge Co., GA, at age 83 She is buried beside her husband in Bowers Cemetery.2 
Married Name17 September 1903  As of 17 September 1903,her married name was Floyd. 

Family

James Washington (Cousin Jim) Floyd b. 12 March 1882, d. 1 December 1967
Children
Last Edited20 May 2009

Citations

  1. [S61] 1920 Census;.
  2. [S523] Floyd Family Headstone, MVW file, 100 Beach Dr. # 1801, St. Petersburg, Pinellas County, FL.

Iverson Sanders1

M, #3449
MARRIAGE*1 March 1863 Iverson Sanders married Nancy J. Odom, daughter of Douglas Wilkins Odom and Elizabeth Dees, on 1 March 1863 at Pulaski County, GA.1 

Family

Nancy J. Odom b. 1836
Last Edited14 Jul 2002

Citations

  1. [S2] Harris, History of Pulaski County.

Joseph E. Sanders1

M, #3712, d. 1959
ChartsZachariah Davis
MARRIAGE* Joseph E. Sanders married Lillian Issoline Davis, daughter of Jessie D. (Pete Issi) Davis and Margaret (Maggie Lee) Champion.1 
Death*1959 He died in 1959.1 

Family

Lillian Issoline Davis b. April 1900, d. April 2002
Last Edited18 Oct 2004

Citations

  1. [S512] Bob Bridger, "Bridger," e-mail to Margot Woodrough, March 2003.

Lelia Mae Sanders

F, #1478
MARRIAGE*19 April 1925 Lelia Mae Sanders married Sherman C. Floyd, son of James Everette Floyd and Mary Victoria (Mollie) Young, on 19 April 1925 This marriage is a guess. 
Married Name19 April 1925  As of 19 April 1925,her married name was Floyd. 

Family

Sherman C. Floyd b. January 1896
Last Edited25 Apr 2006

Samuel Emmett Sanders1

M, #2166
ChartsZachariah Davis
MARRIAGE* Samuel Emmett Sanders married Gladys Mullis, daughter of /Mullis/ (?) and Fannie Myers

Family

Gladys Mullis d. October 1982
Last Edited18 Oct 2004

Citations

  1. [S561] Beverly Potts, "The Davis Brothers," e-mail to Margot Woodrough, Oct 18 2004.

Veola Sanders1

F, #3340
Father*Albert Lester Sanders
Mother*Sarah Purser b. 1 Mar 1876, d. 25 Nov 1970
 Veola Sanders was the daughter of Albert Lester Sanders and Sarah Purser

Family

Child
Last Edited26 Oct 2001

Citations

  1. Name given by La Verne Floyd Dykes.