Jacob W.4 Aurner (Heinrich3, HEINRICH2, Ulrich1), born about September 1800 probably in Buffalo, Armstrong, Pennsylvania; died 17 July 1882 in Kingston, DeKalb, Illinois (Death Certificate #599)(but gravestone appears to say 01 July 1882 aged 81 years, 09 months(14)) in Kingston, DeKalb, Illinois; married to Margaret ________ who was born about October-November 1802 in Pennsylvania and died 23 August 1877 aged 74 years, 09 months(14) in Kingston. He was a farmer.
Census: Jacob Orner, page 188, Moreland,
Census: Jacob Orner, page 013, Chatfield,
Census: Jacob Auner, page 317, visit 010/011,
Census: Jacob Aurner, page 101, visit 754/136,
Census: Jacob Aurner, page 434, visit 012/011,
Census: Jacob Aurner (widower), page 103, visit
They are buried at
Known children, first five born in
Probably (Son)5, born 1820-25 (from 1830 census); possibly died before the 1840 census.
+ MARY ELIZABETH5 AURNER, born about 1827; married Isaac Hogaboom; moved to White Pigeon, St. Joseph, Michigan; then to Liberty, Scott, Iowa; then to Union, Shelby, Iowa; then to Broken Bow, Custer, Nebraska.
Sarah5 Aurner, born about 1829.
Catherine5 Aurner, born about November
1831; married 26 December 1854 in DeKalb
County, Illinois (Book A, license #1047) to Ira Wellever
(son of Michael and Rachel
Woolever, both born in Pennsylvania) who was born about March 1831 in
Michigan. He was a farm laborer; later a gardener. 1860 Census: Ira Weleaver, page 232, visit 1731/1727, Sturgis,
+ JOHN B.5 AURNER, born 27 October 1833(14); married Margaret A. Miller; moved to Buncombe, Sioux, Iowa; then to Chamberlain, Brule, South Dakota; then to Burlington, Kit Carson, Colorado.
+ MARGARET5 AURNER, born 22 March 1836(14) in New York (or Ohio); married George Gorham; moved to Pecatonica, Winnebago, Illinois; then to Sioux City, Woodbury, Iowa.
+ JACOB W.5 AURNER, born
+ LORENIA5 AURNER, born 17 March 1842(14) probably in Ohio; married second Luther Colvin; moved to Torrey Lake, Brule, South Dakota.
Mary Jane5 Aurner,
born 19 April 1846 in Kingston, DeKalb, Illinois; died 09 February 1914 in Alcester,
Union, South Dakota (Death Certificate #37854);
married 11 December 1863 in DeKalb County (Book B, page 477) to John Alexander Trude (son of Amos Baker
Trude and Phoebe McCray) who was born 29
September 1845 in Clarke, Durham, Ontario, Canada and died 12 October 1915 in
Alcester (Death Certificate #43400). He was a farmer. He served as Veterinary
Surgeon in Troop C, 17th Illinois Cavalry Regiment during the Civil
War. He received an invalid pension (Certificate #774506); Application #954899
Arthur Guy6 Trude, born 12 June 1868; died 18 November 1949 in Ouachita County, Arkansas
(Book 73, certificate #14441); married
1890-91 to Mary Adelaide Kniffen (from sons’ Delayed
Birth Certificates) who was born about May 1871 in New York and died 04 March
1950 in Ouachita County (Book 15, certificate #2887). He was a brick and concrete
mason; later a plaster contractor. 1900 Census: Arthur Trude, page 157, visit 196/197, Alcester town,
James Alexander7 Trude, born
William Hobart7 Trude, born 19 July 1896(40)(also
Delayed Birth Certificate #661132);
married 1916-17 to Maggie Fay ______ who
was born 27 March 1896(17) in Oklahoma and died September 1974 at
Crossett, Ashley, Arkansas(17). He was a mason; later a plasterer.
He was a WWI veteran. 1920 Census: William H. Trude (with his parents). 1930
Census: W. H. Trude, page 204, visit 157/162,
Grace A.7 Trude, born about December 1898.
Asa Decatur6 Trude, born 04 November
1870; died 15 May 1946 in Hamlin County,
South Dakota (Death Certificate #229059);
married 1892-93 to Martha Kniffen (from son’s
Delayed Birth Certificate) who was born 06 January 1874 in Iowa and died 28
August 1949 in Hamlin County (Death Certificate #250029). He was a farmer. 1900
Census: Asa D. Trude, page 151, visit 076/076, Alcester,
Leo Lester7 Trude, born 12 March 1896(17)(40)(also
Delayed Birth Certificate #593160); died
15 April 1988 at Chelsea, Rogers, Oklahoma(17); married 22 October 1919 in Hamlin County
(Marriage Certificate #70704) to Katherine Elizabeth Ouley
who was born about 1900 in South Dakota. He was a truck driver. He registered
for the WWI Draft in
Grace6 Trude, born
Nellie P.6 Trude,
Jacob Aurner (Heinrich, Heinrich, Ulrich). Last revision: 01 Sep 2012
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