Grief Support. Max L. Send Flowers. Share Max's life story with friends and family. Max Linwood Stiber, beloved father and grandfather, passed from this earth on Monday, October 30,at the age of He studied engineering at Lycoming College, during which time he met his former late wife, Ruth Hignett Stiber, with whom he had six children. He had a long and distinguished career designing submarine systems for General Dynamics Electric Boat, and Litton Systems.
Max was an avid outdoorsman who enjoyed hunting, fishing, and observing wildlife. Max loved living in Mobile, drawn to its welcoming, tranquil community. He was proud of his children and grandchildren. Published in Hartford Courant on Jan. Guest Book sponsored by the family. May God bless you and your As the days and weeks pass, and May your heart still be filled In the loving memory of a wonderful May the love of friends and Grief can be so hard, but Get email updates for this page.
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No thanks. The Five Stages of Grief.Bennett's first American ancestors lived in the Virginia area for ten thousand years. At first they used spears to hunt animals, then bows and arrows, fishnets, and farming. Bennett's 11th great grandfather, Wahunsunacock, Chief Powhatanruled his land called Tenakomakahwhere Virginia is now. Then the white men came. InBennett's 10th great grandfather John Rolfe sailed from England aboard the ship Sea Venturewhich was shipwrecked in Bermuda by a terrible storm.
The colonists built new boats from the wreckage, and finally arrived at Jamestown in Her real Indian name was Matoaka, but before she married, she was baptized and took Rebecca as her Christian name. Bennett's 10th great grandfather Thomas Rogers and his son Joseph sailed from England with the Pilgrims on the ship Mayflower.
The next year, they celebrated the harvest by having a feast with the Indians, who had helped them, which is remembered as our Thanksgiving holiday. John Rolfe 1. Thomas Rolfe ? Jane Poythress 2. Jane Rolfe? Robert Bolling 3. John Bolling m. Mary Kennon 4.
Elizabeth Bolling ? William Gay 5. William Gay m. Judith Scott 6. Neil B. Gay, MHD m. Gay, Jr. MD m. Mary Bunn 8.
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Georgie Lee Perkins 9. Constance Gay m. Richard T. Morenus Richard C. Morenus m. Marjorie Rutherford David Morenus m.Step softly among the fallen trees and broken branches in the forests of American Indian genealogy. Roots have dwindled, leaving only the dust of a fallen empire.
Scattered twigs have been grafted uncertainly into many branches because of lack of information. Some incorrect grafting results from a too-eager pursuit of connection to Chief Powhatan's daughter Pocahontas, who married John Rolfe in at Jamestown in Colonial Virginia.
Speaking of a near-crusade of seekers of connection to Pocahontas, Chief William P. Miles, head of the Pamunkey Indians, jested that the largest genealogical group in the country is the "descendants of Pocahontas wannabes. Born about 45 years before the English came to Jamestown inPowhatan protected the colony. As head of a confederacy of Indian tribes, Powhatan might easily have exterminated the little company of English settlers.
His daughter Pocahontas converted to Christianity after being held hostage by the colonists. Pocahontas died at age 22 during a visit to England. Her son, Thomas Rolfe, grew up in England and returned to Virginia as an adult to claim inherited land.
Thomas Rolfe is the link to the ancestral jackpot. Eagerness to claim Indian ancestry is affecting genealogy on both sides of the Atlantic.
Adding to thousands of claims in Bolling genealogies in this country, new claims to kinship with Powhatan's daughter have come "out of the blue" in England.
These "Blue Bollings" claim that Thomas Rolfe married a first wife in England and left descendants there. Robert Bolling married Powhatan's great-granddaughter, Jane Rolfe, born in Their descendants the "Red Bollings," can trace their ancestry to Powhatan. Bolling had previously married Ann Stith.
These "White Bollings" are not connected to Powhatan, but, in the tangle of branches some will find connection in later generations. People who claim to be descendants of Pocahontas can be found in every state and number aboutDistinguished genealogists have conducted searches in the few remaining records in several "burned" counties, which provide some proofs of Bolling family ties to Powhatan.
Family legends and oral histories, diaries, and trinkets also were examined. Powhatan made provision with the Virginia Assembly that when Thomas returned to the Colony his legacy of several hundred acres in Surry County should be deeded to him. Surry records confirm this. Upon his return, Thomas had some persons removed who had built on his land, and sold the acreage to Thomas Warren after Thomas and Jane Rolfe had only the one daughter, who married Col.
Robert Bolling. Their descendants, the Red Bollings, became influential in Virginia government. Powhatan's great-grandson, John Bolling, born in or in Henrico, was a member of the House of Burgesses. His daughter Penelope married Christopher Clark in Henrico. His fifth child, Mary Bolling, married John Fleming, a genealogy traced to the present. Daughter Martha married Thomas Eldridge.
His daughter Anne Bolling married James Murray. Pocahontas' siblings include Taux "Little" Powhatan, who was chief of the strong Pashbehay tribe north of Jamestown.Max Linwood Stiber, beloved father and grandfather, passed from this earth on Monday, October 30,at the age of Pocahontas had an amazing figure, and wore a leather minidress with one shoulder strap.
Morenus became president, vice Harding resigned; January 7,he resigned and Mr. Bennett's early American ancestors. May 4,Mr.
Born: 11 Sep Help my uncle Mark Uncle Mark needs new liver. Born: Mar Bennett Bennett, Lona d. Never wrecked or abused. November 12, — January 13,born William Morenus, was an American writer, director and actor. After the operation, both you and he will grow back a whole liver! How to help Uncle Mark. Find family history information in a whole new way. We have 5 records for David Morenus ranging in age from 40 years old to years old. Gadwad Arthur Means same month, ult. December 25,d.
June 28,G. Y: Perhaps you have been told the family legend that your great-grandmother is Bennett Miles Morenus living Find Your Own Descent from Pocahontas There are overPocahontas descendants today, thanks to the prodigious generations of the 18th and 19th centuries.
Maggie Morenus, 90 years of age, a former prominent resident of Lake View, passed away Monday at the Eastern Star Home in Boone, of which institution she had been an inmate for the past ten years. B 11 Sep Leather seats are in wonderful condition - no cracks or cuts - soft and supple.Grief Support.
Ruth Hignett Stiber. Send Flowers. Share Ruth's life story with friends and family. She was born in N. She graduated from Penn State Univ. She is survived by her children, Linda S. Stiber of Westbrook, Julie A.
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She was predeceased by her son, David. She will be sadly missed by her family and friends. Memorial service will be held on Saturday, July 13, at 2 p.
Published in Hartford Courant on Jul. May God bless you and your As the days and weeks pass, and May your heart still be filled In the loving memory of a wonderful May the love of friends and Grief can be so hard, but Get email updates for this page. Add Memory.If the "blue" Bollings are not descendants, then who are they? The test results show that the early Bollings divide into different family groups.
Here are some groups important to the "blue" Bolling question: Group 1. All Pocahontas descendants are in this group. Group 3. Descendants of Benjamin Bollingin multiple lines, through his sons Jesse, Jeremiah, and Delaney. Group 5. Descendants of James Bowling arr. This group includes: James c. John c. The common ancestor for this group is undetermined. If you descend from one of the "Benjamin Bowlings" below, they are no relation to Benjamin Bollingand not descended from Pocahontas.
Also, they were not all related to each other. A word about Benjamin Bolling in particular. On the family tree he was a "blue" Bolling, but in life he was a real pioneer who left numerous proud descendants. His original tombstone was made by his son, Jeremiah, and inscribed: "B. Bolling, b. The grave originally was surrounded by rocks with a huge flat rock covering it.
Many graves in the cemetery were similar, and known as "Indian graves". Much later, a monument was erected on his gravesite in Flat Gap, VA, by some of his proud descendants. It does little to dispel the myth that he was the child of John Bolling and Elizabeth Blair -- quite the reverse!
Note, however, that it shows his birthplace as Wilkes County, North Carolina. John Bolling and Elizabeth Bland Blair lived nowhere near there.
At least one of the other "blue" Bollings, Powhatan Bolling b. He is occasionally confused with a real Powhatan Bollinga legitimate grandson of Maj. John and Elizabeth Bolling. This might be how he got on the chart in the first place, or he could just be there because his name is suggestive along with Meotaka, obviously a misspelling of Matoaka, Pocahontas' name. Fred Hof looked into this. Debbie "White Dove" Porreco. Senator Warren herself never claimed to be a Pocahontas descendant.
Unfortunately, Debbie "White Dove" Porreco is probably the fake one.Get your free copyData from over 150,000 eCommerce Businesses Aimee Millwood, Director of Content at YotpoAimee loves hummus and hates misplaced commas.
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