Rev. Myron Rockwell was mostly a farmer in the Roseville, Pennsylvania area. He and his wife, Mary, are buried in the cemetery in Roseville, just south of Elmira, Pennsylvania. The cemetery was visited in 1984 and the stone was still standing firmly; the cemetery looked well cared for. (Source: Mrs. James M. Short, October 1997)spouse: >Lillibridge, Mary Ann (1809 - 1876)
Charles Anthony Rodier married Sophia Louise Woodring, a sister of Rev. William "Henry" Woodring who married the fifth child of Julius Henry Daniel and Susan (Wissener) Rodier, Miranda "Millie" Louise Rodier.spouse: >Woodring, Sophia Louise (1870 - )
JULIUS A. RODIER was a merchant all his life at Centerville, Pennsylvania where he was a highly respected citizen. (Source: Chronicles of the Bement Family in America; 1928, p. 181q, xxiv.)spouse: >Bement, Miranda Fredora (1832 - )
Julius Harry Bement Rodier married Ida May Haskins, the sister of Marion Haskins who married his brother.spouse: >Haskins, Ida May (>1890 - )
Marie Rodier attended Oberlin College, and graduated from Vassar College in June 1914 at age 22. She was a Congregationalist.
MIRANDA "MILLIE" LOUISE RODIER (1870-1895) was a beautiful girl and a devout Christian. Her personal work led many to the Savior. She died in childbirth and was buried in her wedding dress. The tragedy of the nest, leaving one son, Millard Henry Woodring. Millie's older sister, Mary Adelaide Rodier (b. 1859), took the infant son, Millard, and cared for it in a way that many mothers would not do, and it became as her very own son. After some time she became the wife of the Rev. Henry Woodring, and continued to rear the child as her own. Millard was a student in Oberlin, Ohio about 1913. (Source: Chronicles of the Bement Family in America; 1928, p. 181q, xxv.)spouse: >Woodring, William Henry (<1870 - )
Philbert Lewis Rodier descendant information was provided by his grand daughter, Anne Beaumont (Rodier) Allaby of Louisville, Kentucky. (Jan 1999)spouse: >Gregg, Harriett (>1904 - )
Robert Rodier married Marion Haskins, the sister of his brothers wife. Had no issue.spouse: >Haskins, Marion (>1892 - )
Graduated from Rodgers Hall Girls School in Lowell, Massachusetts.
William "Willie" Philbert Lewis Rodier was a merchant and resided in Centerville, Crawford Co., Pennsylvania. No children came to bless this home, where they have been greatly missed. These dear folks have given their lives in service and helpfulness, Mr. Rodier being an active worker in the Congregational Church and Sunday School, serving as Sabbath School Superintendent and filling all offices faithfully and efficiently. Mrs. Rodier had an especial talent in teaching and training children. Her quiet gentleness and education together with her love for children made her unusually successful. (Source: Chronicles of the Bement Family in America; 1928, p. 181q-xxiv)spouse: >Sessions, M. Edith (~1858 - )
Katherine Roet was the daughter of Sir Payne Roet of Guienne, sister-in-law of Geoffrey Chaucer, and the widow, third wife, of Sir Hugh Swynford. All of her issue was legitimated by charter of Richard II, 1397.spouse: >Gaunt, John of Duke of Lancaster (1340 - 1300)
Reuben Alexander Rollins received a deed to a homestead in Oregon 40 miles from Burns, Oregon that was signed by President Wilson. He moved to Oregon in 1914 and moved from the dessert permantly in 1917. He was killed at the saw mill he helped build 26 Oct 1925. Article in Bend Bulletin. (Source: Brøderbund WFT Vol. 19, Ed. 1, Tree #1020, Date of Import: 6 Oct 1999)spouse: >Earp, Margaret Ethyl (1888 - 1975)
[Brøderbund WFT Vol. 18, Ed. 1, Tree #478, Date of Import: 6 Oct 1999]spouse: >
Alvin G. Rouse served in the Spanish American War and was at one time a mail carrier by occupation. He is buried in the Evergreen Cemetery. (Source: Cherryl Webber Valleau, May 1998)spouse: >
Deodatus Royce settled in Berkshire, Tioga Co., New York about 1814, was a farmer, an active member and many years a deacon of the Congregational Church of that town.spouse: >Bement, Emily (1798 - 1875)
Albert Russ, enlisted in Co. E., 2d Vermont Volunteers and died of wounds received at the battle of the Wilderness; never married.
Calvin W. Russ went west, settled and died in Dover, Bureau Co., Ill.; was married but had no children.
Had no issue.spouse: >Berry, Nelson (~1831 - )
Had one son and one daughter, names unknown.spouse: >Wright, George (~1838 - )
See Russell Family Tree, World Family Tree CD#4, Pedigree #1451. Traces the ancestors of Emily Russell back to about 1617. Emily was the fifth of six children, her older sister, Melissa, married Bingham Bement.spouse: >Bement, William Barnes (1817 - 1897)
Some records show her date of birth as 24 Aug 1817 or 22 Sept 1817 in Royalton, Windsor Co., VT., and died 11 May 1850 at Kanesville, (now Council Bluffs), IA.spouse: >Bement, Bingham (1817 - 1854)
See Russell Family Tree, Brøderbund World Family Tree, Volume 4, Pedigree #1451. Traces the ancestors of Melissa Russell back to about 1617. She was the fourth of six children. Her younger sister, Emily, married William Barnes Bement.
spouse: >Lyman, Esther (1789 - 1853)
SOME RECORDS SHOW BIRTHPLACE AS WEST HAMPTON, SUFFOLK CO., NEW YORK. OTHERS SHOW WEST HAMPTON, SUFFOLK CO., NE AND OTHERS SHOW BIRTHPLACE AS NETHERLAND.
Catherine was born the fourth of eight children on May 29, 1878 in Roodhouse, Green Co., Illinois; and died April 28, 1958 in Minier, Illinois, at 79 years of age. Her parents were Thomas Richard Saltar (1849-1904) and Katie O. (Hardin) Saltar (1853-1891); her father was a merchant and also worked for the railroad. The grandparents (fathers side) were Joseph and Mary L. Saltar; and he was a blacksmith. The grandparents (mothers side) were Charles R. Hardin (1807-1883) and Catherine Woodard (1812-1881); and he was a boot maker.spouse: >Schertz, Edwin Christian (1872 - 1945)
The following is a transcription of the obituary of Geraldine Sanborn:spouse: >Bement, Roberts Edwin (1894 - 1963)
November 1965, Mrs. Bement, 70, Dies; Member of Women's Clubs
COLEBROOK (Special) - Mrs. Geraldine Sandborn Bement, 70, os Sandy Brook Road, Colebrook, died Wednesday evening at her home. She was the widow of Roberts E. Bement. She was born in Lansing, Michigan.
She had been a Colebrook resident for 20 years and was a member of the Women's Church Union of the Colebrook Congregational Church, the Colebrook Associates, the Winsted Women's Club, and the Republican Women's Club of Colebrook. She was also a member of St. James Episcopal Church of Winsted.
She leaves two sons, Clarence E. Bement of Winsted and Robert E. Bement of Menands, NY; two daughters, Mrs. Robert L. Lovelace of Milwaukee, Wis., and Mrs. Margaret Osterman of Columbus, Ohio; a brother, William C. Sandborn, M.D., of Salem, WV; 14 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held Saturday at 9 a.m. at the St. James Episcopal Church in Winsted with the Rev. Robert B. Doing, rector, officiating . Burial will be in the Eno Hill Cemetery, Colebrook. The body will in repose in the St. James Episcopal Church this evening from 7 to 9. The Maloney Funeral Service, 55 Walnut Street, Winsted, is in charge of arrangements.