Eleventh Generation

1140. Porter Harvey11 Burgett (Clarence Llewellyn10, James Vulkert9, William Melbra Jehoicum8, Conrad7, Jehoiakim6 Burghardt, Conrad Hendrickse5, Hendrick Coenradse4, Conrad Hendrickse3, Hendrick Coenraetse2, Coenraet1) He married Augusta Luella Olson.

    Child of Porter Burgett and Augusta Olson is:

    1173 i. Nancy12 Burgett. She married Unknown Boone.


1145. Beverly Ann11 Lutz (Newton Douglas10, Ada9 Burgett, Lambert8, Thomas J.7, Lambert6 Burghardt, Conrad Hendrickse5, Hendrick Coenradse4, Conrad Hendrickse3, Hendrick Coenraetse2, Coenraet1) was born May 17, 1929 in Monroe, Washington. She married Robert Charles Edwards, Sr. October 4, 1947 in Forks, Washington. He was born September 18, 1921 in White Salmon, Washington, and died September 28, 1982 in Moses Lake, Washington.

Children of Beverly Lutz and Robert Edwards are:

    1174 i. Virginia Christine12 Edwards, born September 19, 1948 in Forks, Washington.

    1175 ii. Robert Charles Edwards, Jr., born August 10, 1951 in Forks, Washington. He married Mary Unknown.


1149. Kenneth Guy11 Lutz (John George10, Ada9 Burgett, Lambert8, Thomas J.7, Lambert6 Burghardt, Conrad Hendrickse5, Hendrick Coenradse4, Conrad Hendrickse3, Hendrick Coenraetse2, Coenraet1) was born February 9, 1938 in Chehalis, Washington. He married Karen Elizabeth Candee July 18, 1964 in Camas, Washington. She was born June 16, 1944 in Glendale, California.

Child of Kenneth Lutz and Karen Candee is:

    + 1176 i. Sharman12 Lutz, born January 28, 1971 in Portland, Oregon.


1150. Barry Raymond11 Lutz (John George10, Ada9 Burgett, Lambert8, Thomas J.7, Lambert6 Burghardt, Conrad Hendrickse5, Hendrick Coenradse4, Conrad Hendrickse3, Hendrick Coenraetse2, Coenraet1) was born November 29, 1943 in Chehalis, Washington. He married Rosanna Lee "Rosie" Jewel March 12, 1966 in Camas, Washington. She was born October 6, 1943.

Children of Barry Lutz and Rosanna Jewel are:

    1177 i. Megan Marie12 Lutz, born August 28, 1970 in Camas, Washington.

    1178 ii. Aaron David Lutz, born September 16, 1973 in Camas, Washington.


1151. Gertrude11 Clark (Lucille May10 Curttright, Malinda9 Burgett, Thomas Jefferson8, Thomas J.7, Lambert6 Burghardt, Conrad Hendrickse5, Hendrick Coenradse4, Conrad Hendrickse3, Hendrick Coenraetse2, Coenraet1) was born October 09, 1905 in Nebraska, and died February 1987 in Belfair, Washington. She married Benjamin Fielder 1922 in Seattle, Washington. He was born 1900, and died 1955 in Washington. She married (2) Frank S. Elms Abt. 1959.

Child of Gertrude Clark and Benjamin Fielder is:

    1179 i. Benjamin12 Fielder Jr., born 1923 in Washington; died 1944 in World War II.


1152. Vernon11 Clark (Lucille May10 Curttright, Malinda9 Burgett, Thomas Jefferson8, Thomas J.7, Lambert6 Burghardt, Conrad Hendrickse5, Hendrick Coenradse4, Conrad Hendrickse3, Hendrick Coenraetse2, Coenraet1) He married (1) Unknown Abt. 1927. He married (2) Barbara Unknown June 1949.

Children of Vernon Clark and Unknown is:

    + 1180 i. Vernon12 Clark, Jr., born May 1928.

Children of Vernon Clark and Barbara Unknown are:

    + 1181 ii. Edward12 Clark.

    + 1182 iii. Gary Clark.


1153. Lester11 Clark (Lucille May10 Curttright, Malinda9 Burgett, Thomas Jefferson8, Thomas J.7, Lambert6 Burghardt, Conrad Hendrickse5, Hendrick Coenradse4, Conrad Hendrickse3, Hendrick Coenraetse2, Coenraet1) was born March 12, 1910, and died February 1985 in Kent, Washington. He married Gwenda A. Clark 1950. She was born December 27, 1916, and died June 01, 1969 in Washington.

Child of Lester Clark and Gwenda Clark are:

    1183 i. Sandra12 Clark.

    1184 ii. Unknown Clark.


1154. Evelyn11 Clark (Evelyn Gertrude10 Curttright, Malinda9 Burgett, Thomas Jefferson8, Thomas J.7, Lambert6 Burghardt, Conrad Hendrickse5, Hendrick Coenradse4, Conrad Hendrickse3, Hendrick Coenraetse2, Coenraet1) She married Bud Wheelock.

Children of Evelyn Clark and Bud Wheelock are:

    + 1185 i. Michael Douglas12 Wheelock, born Abt. 1949.

    1186 ii. Douglas Wheelock, born February 1956.


1155. Betty11 Clark (Evelyn Gertrude10 Curttright, Malinda9 Burgett, Thomas Jefferson8, Thomas J.7, Lambert6 Burghardt, Conrad Hendrickse5, Hendrick Coenradse4, Conrad Hendrickse3, Hendrick Coenraetse2, Coenraet1) She married Joseph Zeillman.

Child of Betty Clark and Joseph Zeillman is:

    + 1187 i. William12 Zeillman, born Abt. 1948 in New York.


1156. Ray11 Clark (Evelyn Gertrude10 Curttright, Malinda9 Burgett, Thomas Jefferson8, Thomas J.7, Lambert6 Burghardt, Conrad Hendrickse5, Hendrick Coenradse4, Conrad Hendrickse3, Hendrick Coenraetse2, Coenraet1) was born November 18, 1914 in Washington, and died September 05, 1995 in Visalia, California. He married (1) Marcy Unknown 1934 in Washington. He married (2) Helen Unknown July 1959.

Child of Ray Clark and Marcy Unknown is:

    1188 i. Evelyn Marie12 Clark, born 1948.


1145. Franklyn L.11 Clark (Evelyn Gertrude10 Curttright, Malinda9 Burgett, Thomas Jefferson8, Thomas J.7, Lambert6 Burghardt, Conrad Hendrickse5, Hendrick Coenradse4, Conrad Hendrickse3, Hendrick Coenraetse2, Coenraet1) was born October 12, 1916 in Washington, and died February 1991. He married Rebecca Unknown 1936 in Washington.

Children of Franklyn Clark and Rebecca Clark are:

    + 1189 i. Paul12 Clark, born December 9, 1952.

    1190 ii. Carol Ann Clark.


1158. John Malcolm11 Curttright Jr. (John Malcolm10, Malinda9 Burgett, Thomas Jefferson8, Thomas J.7, Lambert6 Burghardt, Conrad Hendrickse5, Hendrick Coenradse4, Conrad Hendrickse3, Hendrick Coenraetse2, Coenraet1) was born June 26, 1923 in Chicago, Illinois, and died October 21, 1980 in Rockford, Illinois. He married (1) Quo Vadas Gullette December 5, 1942 in Chicago, Illinois. She was born February 19, 1923. He married (2) Margaret Elizabeth Kohl October 5, 1946 in Chicago, Illinois, daughter of Vincent Kohl and Margaret Hevesy. She was born May 9, 1927 in Chicago, Illinois.

Children of John Curttright and Margaret Kohl are:

    1192 i. John Malcolm12 Curttright III, born August 19, 1947 in Rockford, Illinois; died June 3, 1948 in Rockford, Illinois.

    1193 ii. John Malcolm Curttright III, born June 18, 1949 in Rockford, Illinois. He married Marilyn Ann Kupiec June 22, 1974 in Rockford, Illinois; born August 17, 1953 in Chicago, Illinois.

    + 1194 iii. Melinda Elizabeth Curttright, born September 26, 1950 in Rockford, Illinois.

    + 1195 iv. Margaret Elaine Curttright, born October 20, 1952 in Rockford, Illinois.

    + 1196 v. Charles Vincent Curttright, born August 23, 1954 in Rockford, Illinois.

    1197 vi. Matthew Benjamin Curttright, born September 16, 1961 in Rockford, Illinois.


1160. Raymond Edward11 Burgett (Leonard Dallas10, David9, Thomas Jefferson8, Thomas J.7, Lambert6 Burghardt, Conrad Hendrickse5, Hendrick Coenradse4, Conrad Hendrickse3, Hendrick Coenraetse2, Coenraet1) was born February 05, 1909 in Omaha, Nebraska, and died January 02, 1972 in Illinois. He married Margaret C. Schmitt February 07, 1938 in Chicago, Illinois. She was born October 12, 1918 in Chicago, Illinois, and died May 03, 2003 in Illinois.

Notes:
Raymond worked in a bank in Omaha before moving to Chicago, Illinois, in 1937. At the time, Ray was employed by the Thogersen Hosiery Company. While residing in Chicago, Ray met Margaret C. Schmitt on a blind date. Margaret was born in Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, on October 12, 1918, and raised in the same locality. Ray and Margaret were soon married at St. Ita's Church in Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, on February 7, 1938. In 1940, Ray began working at LaSalle National in Chicago. He moved on to work for Northern Trust in Chicago and the Harris Bank in Winnetka, Illinois. Ray worked at the Harris Bank for seventeen years. Margaret worked for a dentist for 27 years before retiring in 1997.

Children of Raymond Burgett and Margaret Schmitt are:

    + 1198 i. Nancy12 Burgett, born July 07, 1940 in Illinois.

    1199 ii. Susan Burgett, born April 02, 1943 in Illinois.

Notes:
Susan lives and is currently a caterer in Mammoth Lakes, California.

    + 1200 iii. George Burgett, born October 08, 1944 in Evenston, Illinois.

    + 1201 iv. Marilyn Burgett, born July 16, 1947 in Illinois.

    + 1202 v. David Burgett, born January 19, 1951 in Illinois.

    + 1203 vi. Donald Burgett, born October 15, 1952 in Illinois.

    1204 vii. Kenneth Burgett Twin, born July 09, 1954 in Illinois.

Notes:
Kenneth is currently a warehouse manager for Medline in Mndelein, Illinois.

    1205 viii. Douglas Burgett Twin, born July 09, 1954 in Illinois; died June 14, 1993.

    + 1206 ix. Michael Burgett, born July 01, 1955 in Illinois.

Notes:
Michael adopted Marie's son, Nathaniel, born on January 22, 1980. Michael currently works for Quest in Dallas, Texas.

    + 1207 x. Mary Sue Burgett Twin, born January 03, 1957 in Illinois.

    + 1208 xi. Carol Burgett Twin, born January 03, 1957 in Illinois.


1161. Leonard Albert11 Burgett (Leonard Dallas10, David9, Thomas Jefferson8, Thomas J.7, Lambert6 Burghardt, Conrad Hendrickse5, Hendrick Coenradse4, Conrad Hendrickse3, Hendrick Coenraetse2, Coenraet1) was born December 07, 1910 in Omaha, Nebraska, and died May 22, 1979 in Green Valley, Arizona. He married (1) Cecilia H. Phelps November 21, 1934 in Omaha, Nebraska, daughter of John Phelps and Nora Phelps. She was born 1908, and died October 05, 1942 in Omaha, Nebraska. He married (2) Madeleine Cantoni November 20, 1945 in Omaha, Nebraska, daughter of Louis Cantoni and Rosalba Colombo. She was born September 04, 1915 in Omaha, Nebraska, and died November 27, 2003 in Green Valley, Arizona.

Notes:
Leonard Burgett was born in Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska, on December 7, 1910. He was baptized by Reverend Gehrig at St. Joseph's Church on December 18, 1910. His sponsors were Stephen Schicker and Theresa Bestenlehner. Theresa was a distant relative of Leonard, through his mother's side of the family, who married Henry C. Dross, an insurance agent in Omaha.

Leonard was born with blond hair, which became dark brown later in life, and brown eyes. When he was young, his older brother, Ray, couldn't say "brother" and it often came out as "bud." The name stuck, and Leonard was referred to as "Bud" ever after. While Leonard was in grade school, baseball was a very popular sport, and he became a good pitcher. As a teenager, he wrestled and boxed at the YMCA.

Leonard served mass as an altar boy at St. Joseph's Church. The mass was said in Latin while the prayers and sermon were spoken in German. In 1918, around the end of WorldWar I, the church changed its vernacular to English. Leonard was confirmed by Reverend J. J. Harty at St. Joseph's Church on May 11, 1919. His sponsor was Frank Wichert.

Before high school, Leonard went to live with his grandmother, Elizabeth Schicker, so he could attend Omaha South High School. After his freshman year, Leonard dropped out to work for the Omaha National Bank. His parents made him drop out-they didn't believe in education, and Leonard's brothers were also forced to drop out of high school.

Leonard started in the mail room, as most everyone did, and worked his way up to a teller position. While working as a teller, he attended night classes at the American Institute of Banking to become a Certified Public Accountant. Leonard purchased a house on 33rd Ave.

Leonard married Cecilia H. Phelps at the Holy Name Church in Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska, on November 21, 1934. Reverend A. T. Schett presided. Harold Burgett and Mildred Burgett were witnesses. Cecilia "Cecile" was born in 1908, to John and Nora Phelps. At the time of the 1920 census, the family resided in Sarpy County. John, born in Iowa, was fifty years old, and Nora, born in Nebraska, was thirty seven years old. Besides Cecile, John and Nora had two more daughters, Josephine, born in 1915, and Eva. Josephine married a man with the last name of Heim and resided in Louisville, Nebraska, and Eva married a man with the last name of Dietz and resided in Gretna, Nebraska.

Cecile Phelps Burgett passed away, at the age of 33, on October 5, 1942. She was hit by an armored mail truck and died of a crushed lung. Leonard, who was serving in the U. S. Army overseas, obtained emergency leave to bury his wife and barely arrived in time for the funeral.

Leonard was six months away from becoming a CPA when he was drafted into World War II on June 3, 1942. He was watching a movie at the Paramount Theater (now called the Rose Blumkin Performing Arts Center) in downtown Omaha when the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor. A message pertaining to the attack was flashed across the movie screen. Leonard had previously applied for a naval commission, but the papers came one day after he was drafted into the U. S. Army. His army serial number was 37126422. Leonard was sent to Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, for basic training. He was then sent to Fort Harrison outside Indianapolis, Indiana, where he attended and graduated from Finance School. Leonard became a finance technical clerk (#622) and staff sergeant in the Army Finance Corp, and he and another soldier were in charge of appropriating funds, administering payroll, purchasing supplies and equipment, and ultimately handling over $3 million.

The official mission of the Finance Corp is to "Support and Serve." During World War II, it had its own general, and its members were attached to various branches of the armed services. Although he worked in an office, Leonard had to be able to take apart and put his Thompson submachine gun back together while blindfolded so he could fight at night. Leonard was ordered to Fort Dix, New Jersey, and on November 2, 1942, he boarded a ship and sailed to Casablanca. Casablanca was the location of the U. S. Army stationed under General Patton. At Casablanca, he helped set up a tent city and office for the U. S. Army.

The Casbah, the native quarters of Casablanca, was strictly off-limits to U. S. soldiers. One night Leonard and his friend, Pat Patterson, journeyed into the Casbah. They were both given something to drink, got separated, and were robbed! Somehow they each got out of the Casbah, and some Navy personnel returned them to their base. Since the Casbah was a prohibited area, Leonard could not officially report that he had been robbed!

After stationing themselves in Casablanca, the American forces advanced east towards German Field Marshal Erwin Rommel's forces in Tunisia. The Americans grouped their strongest forces near the Kasserine Pass, which Rommel attacked in early 1943. Leonard fought in the Battle of Kasserine Pass, which was so bad even the cooks were called out to fight. Leonard intended to accompany U. S. forces in their invasion into southern Italy through Sicily, but he contracted pneumonia and was hospitalized. Instead, after the Allies pushed through Italy, Leonard was transferred to Caserta, an Italian town. After a long stay there, he was transferred back to Casablanca. In April, 1945, after almost three years, Leonard's tour of duty overseas expired, and he flew back to the United States. Unfortunately, he lost most of his possessions because many of the duffel bags on the flight were dumped in order to save fuel. Leonard reported back to Nashville, Tennessee, and obtained leave in July.

Madeleine Cantoni, who had been introduced to Leonard by her cousin, John Colombo, picked up Leonard from the Lincoln, Nebraska, airport. According to Rose Cantoni, it was "love at first sight," and the two were soon engaged. After leave, Leonard reported back to Nashville and was honorably discharged on October 24, 1945. Although most medals were awarded to units as a whole, Leonard received medals for good conduct and sharpshooting, the EAME Ribbon with two bronze stars, and four O/S bars. His job at the bank had even been saved for him-although, those who hadn't left for war had been promoted!

Leonard and Madeleine Cantoni were married by Reverend Gregory S. Sheridan at St. Ann's Church in Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska, on November 20, 1945. John Colombo served as best man, and Madeleine's sister, Paula, served as matron of honor. Madeleine was born in Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska, on September 4, 1915, to Louis Cantoni and Rosalba Genevieve Colombo. She was baptized by Reverend M. A. Stagno at St. Philomena's Church on October 31, 1915. Her sponsors were John Colombo and Madeleine Cantoni.

The couple had five children: Leonard Louis; Barbara; Joanne; twin girls, born on September 18, 1949; and Mary Ann. The twin girls were born prematurely at St. Joseph's hospital and passed away. They were buried in Holy Sepulchre cemetery.

Leonard quit working at the Omaha National Bank in 1950. In August, 1950, he opened the Stadium Bar, a bar at 13th & Vinton, with his father. After the bar was sold, Leonard temporarily owned a window washing business, and in 1952, he began working at Cantoni's Grill. Leonard soon became manager and president of the corporation. Louis Cantoni promised Leonard that when he retired he would sell his interest in the business to Leonard. However, in 1962, Louis, affected by Parkinson's, sold his interest to John Marchello. So, Leonard left Cantoni's Grill and purchased the Capitol Bar & Grill. The Capitol Bar & Grill was located on Capitol Avenue between 15th and 16th streets. Leonard served as manager and bartender. Madeleine also worked at the Capitol Bar & Grill, both managing and waitressing. She would often grocery shop for the restaurant when store prices were lower than wholesale prices. Since a different menu was used every day at the restaurant, Madeleine would type the next day's menu every night. Also every night, she would bake the fruitpies to be served the next day.

In 1964, Leonard sold the Capitol Bar & Grill to a previous owner. He went to work at the County Clerk's Department of Motor Vehicles office issuing automobile titles. In 1965, Madeleine began working as a secretary for Clarkson Hospital. Leonard and Madeleine moved around Omaha a total of five times, each time to a larger and nicer house. Madeleine remembers that Leonard had no favorite food - he liked everything! He enjoyed sauerkraut and ribs, spaghetti and meatballs, and steak. He also had a sweet tooth; later in life, he loved to have a piece of banana cream pie.

In his later years, Leonard was never in good health. He had two heart attacks in 1958, one in 1961, and one during the 1970's. In 1967, Leonard had a laminectomy, where his spine was fused together, after a golf course injury. This was the same surgery which President John F. Kennedy had in the 1950's. After his surgery, Leonard tried to return to the County Clerk's office, but the job required him to stand all day long, and he wasn't able to do that. So, in mid-1967, he obtained employment with the Chiles Heider Investment Bank and did accounting work until the end of 1969.

Leonard quit smoking on New Year's Eve, 1970. Unfortunately, after he quit, he was diagnosed with lung cancer. In order to remove the cancer, he had one lung surgically removed in April, 1971. Since chemotherapy had not yet been developed, Leonard received radiation treatments to kill any remaining malignant cancer cells. However, he was overradiated, and the outside of his chest was burned black from the treatments. The treatments also ultimately caused the cancer to spread to his remaining lung and esophagus. Leonard was the last person in the country to receive such a high dose of "medicinal" radiation.

In the fall of 1970, Leonard began construction of a house in Prescott, Arizona. After a temporary delay due to his lung surgery, Leonard and Madeleine retired to Prescott in June, 1971. Unfortunately, it was too hard for Leonard to breathe in the mountains. So, in October of 1973, Leonard and Madeleine moved to Green Valley, Arizona. About that time, Leonard's parents disinherited him. His parents said that it was Leonard's job to stay in Omaha and take care of them, and they figured that Madeleine had enough money to support Leonard. Everything that Leonard's parents had was given to his sister, Mildred. After five years of living in Green Valley, Leonard Albert Burgett passed away on May 22, 1979. His death was caused by a heart attack complicated by cancer of the esophagus. After Leonard's death, Madeleine continued to reside in Green Valley. Madeleine Cantoni Burgett passed away from complications due to lung cancer in Green Valley, Pima County, Arizona, on November 27, 2003.

Children of Leonard Burgett and Madeleine Cantoni are:

    1209 i. Leonard Louis12 Burgett, born November 30, 1946 in Omaha, Nebraska.

    + 1210 ii. Barbara Burgett, born August 30, 1948 in Omaha, Nebraska.

    1211 iii. Twin Burgett, born September 18, 1949 in Omaha, Nebraska.

    1212 iv. Twin Burgett, born September 18, 1949 in Omaha, Nebraska; died September 18, 1949 in Omaha, Nebraska.

    1213 v. Mary Ann Burgett, born August 30, 1951 in Omaha, Nebraska.


1162. Harold Robert11 Burgett (Leonard Dallas10, David9, Thomas Jefferson8, Thomas J.7, Lambert6 Burghardt, Conrad Hendrickse5, Hendrick Coenradse4, Conrad Hendrickse3, Hendrick Coenraetse2, Coenraet1) was born February 04, 1914 in Omaha, Nebraska, and died July 26, 1955 in Sidney, Nebraska. He married Ann Mary Trainor October 05, 1936 in Omaha, Nebraska. She was born October 21, 1910 in Blessing, Iowa, and died June 17, 2000 in Denver, Colorado.

Notes:
Harold gained banking experience in Omaha and Scottsbluff, Nebraska, and worked at the Gering National Bank for seven years. In Sidney, Nebraska, he was a member and president of the Kiwanis Club and a member of St. Patrick's Church Knights of Columbus. Prior to his death, Harold was employed by the American National Bank for seven years, the last two years as cashier. Harold Burgett passed away from a heart attack on July 26, 1955. After Harold's death, Ann and the children remained in Sidney. Ann later moved to Denver, Colorado, and worked as a legal secretary.

Children of Harold Burgett and Ann Trainor are:

    1214 i. William E.12 Burgett, born 1937 in Nebraska.

Notes:
William was a member of the Marine Corps and later became an airline pilot.

    1215 ii. Rita Ann Burgett, born 1939 in Nebraska. She married Husband Mayer.

    1216 iii. Mary Claire Burgett, born 1940 in Nebraska. She married Husband Howerter.

    1217 iv. Steven Michael Burgett, born 1946 in Nebraska.


1163. Mildred Elizabeth11 Burgett (Leonard Dallas10, David9, Thomas Jefferson8, Thomas J.7, Lambert6 Burghardt, Conrad Hendrickse5, Hendrick Coenradse4, Conrad Hendrickse3, Hendrick Coenraetse2, Coenraet1) was born March 09, 1917 in Omaha, Nebraska, and died December 05, 1999 in Omaha, Nebraska. She married Robert W. Guenette 1937 in Omaha, Nebraska. He was born September 29, 1912, and died February 27, 1985.

Children of Mildred Burgett and Robert Guenette are:

    1218 i. Mildred Roberta "Mimi"12 Guenette, born in Omaha, Nebraska.

    + 1219 ii. Judith Claire Guenette, born in Omaha, Nebraska.

    1220 iii. Philip A. Guenette. He married Linda Guenette.

    1221 iv. Michael John Guenette, born in Nebraska.

Notes:
Michael died in infancy.

    1222 v. Jeanine Guenette, born in Nebraska. She married Doug Almond 1967.

    + 1223 vi. Robert William Guenette, born May 14, 1939 in Omaha, Nebraska.

    + 1224 vii. Martin Charles Guenette, born December 15, 1942 in Omaha, Nebraska; died in Nebraska.


1164. Neva Mae11 Wharton (Mabel10 Burgett, David9, Thomas Jefferson8, Thomas J.7, Lambert6 Burghardt, Conrad Hendrickse5, Hendrick Coenradse4, Conrad Hendrickse3, Hendrick Coenraetse2, Coenraet1) She married Fred Greenleaf.

Child of Neva Wharton and Fred Greenleaf is:

    + 1225 i. John Fritzgerald Greenleaf12 Wharton, born June 19, 1933 in Omaha, Nebraska.


1166. Carmelita11 Burgett (Lloyd10, David9, Thomas Jefferson8, Thomas J.7, Lambert6 Burghardt, Conrad Hendrickse5, Hendrick Coenradse4, Conrad Hendrickse3, Hendrick Coenraetse2, Coenraet1) was born in February 7, 1929 in Omaha, Nebraska. She married three times. She married Raymond Basil Gibbs before 1955. She married George Lester Campbell after 1957 in Nebraska. She married Lambert Frederick Schenkelberg after 1958 in Nebraska.

Children of Carmelita Burgett and Raymond Basil Gibbs are:

    1226 i. Diane Rae12 Gibbs Campbell, was born October 30, 1955 in Nebraska.

    + 1227 ii. Debra Ann Gibbs, was born May 25, 1957.


1168. Lois Jean11 Burgett (Ralph David10, David9, Thomas Jefferson8, Thomas J.7, Lambert6 Burghardt, Conrad Hendrickse5, Hendrick Coenradse4, Conrad Hendrickse3, Hendrick Coenraetse2, Coenraet1) was born April 15, 1928 in Omaha, Nebraska, and died February 1976 in Omaha, Nebraska. She married William Charles Fred Gottsch on September 11,1943 in Omaha, Nebraska, son of William Henry Gottsch and Grace Timperley. He was born September 02, 1923 in Bennington, Nebraska, and died June 24, 1996 in LeHigh Acres, Florida.

Notes:
Lois was a homemaker until her death in 1976 from asthma.

Notes:
William enlisted in the U. S. Navy during World War II and was stationed in Rhode Island. During his tour of duty, he slipped on the ice and severly injured his knee. William was medically discharged, but he was plagued with severe pain and wore a leg brace for many years.

William worked as a carpenter his entire life. He moved to LeHigh Acres, Florida, in 1978 and lived there until his death. William Gottsch passed away from a heart attack in Lehigh Acres, Lee County, Florida, on June 24, 1996.

Children of Lois Burgett and William Gottsch are:

    + 1228 i. William R.12 Gottsch, born September 06, 1945 in Omaha, Nebraska.

    + 1229 ii. Danna Lou Gottsch, born August 02, 1947 in Omaha, Nebraska; died November 19, 2003 in Phoenix, Arizona.

    + 1230 iii. Debra Lee Gottsch, born February 20, 1953 in Omaha, Nebraska.

    + 1231 iv. Elaine Kay Gottsch, born December 27, 1954 in Omaha, Nebraska.

    1232 v. Timothy Charles Gottsch, born February 03, 1964 in Omaha, Nebraska; died May 11, 1964 in Omaha, Nebraska.

Notes:
Timothy was born with a defective heart. His heart was reversed and had a hole in one side. He died just hours before he was to receive heart surgery to correct the defect. Lois discovered her son dead in his hospital bed.

    1233 vi. James Gottsch, born 1965 in Omaha, Nebraska; died 1965 in Omaha, Nebraska.

Notes:
James was born 3 months premature and lived only 24 hours.