Laura Gwendolyn Hewitt

F, b. 22 November 1912, d. 25 January 2012
Laura Gwendolyn Hewitt-Shier (1912 - 2012)
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ChartsDescendants of Adam Shier (1800 - 1867) and Frances Teskey (1811- -1868)
Last Edited20 Aug 2018
Birth*Laura Gwendolyn Hewitt was born on 22 November 1912 in Tacoma, Pierce County, Washington, United States
Married Name As of 19 May 1933,her married name was Shier. 
Marriage*She married Wilbur Andrew Shier, son of Andrew (Andy) Shier and Mabel Allie, on 19 May 1933 in Vancouver, Clark County, Washington, United States.
(Witness) CensusLaura Gwendolyn Hewitt appeared on the census of 10 April 1940 in the household of Wilbur Andrew Shier in Lake City, Pierce County, Washington, United States
Death*Laura Gwendolyn Hewitt died on 25 January 2012 in Lancaster, Los Angeles County, California, United States, at age 99. 
Burial*She was buried in Los Angeles County Cremartorium Cemetery, Boyle Heights, Los Angeles County, California, United States

Family

Wilbur Andrew Shier b. 23 April 1906, d. 8 January 1953
Children

Louise Hewitt

F
Last Edited10 Oct 2017

Family

Thomas Francis (Frank) Burnet
Child

Mary Roberta Hewitt

F, b. 16 July 1923, d. 4 July 1944
Last Edited18 Feb 2018
Birth*Mary Roberta Hewitt was born on 16 July 1923 in Morden, Manitoba, Canada
Death*She died on 4 July 1944 in Star Lake, Manitoba, Canada, at age 20. 
Married Name As of 9 November 1946,her married name was Anderson. 
Marriage*She married Dr. Robert Glenn Anderson, son of Robert Abbott Anderson and Hazel Mary Lockhart, on 9 November 1946. 

Family

Dr. Robert Glenn Anderson b. 2 January 1924, d. 8 February 1981

Alfred John Harvey Hewson

M, b. 13 February 1932, d. 18 December 2017
FatherSamuel Hewson b. 3 Nov 1906, d. 27 Jul 1980
MotherAda Letitia Shier b. 16 Apr 1913, d. 30 May 1995
Relationships6th great-grandson of Hans Adam Scheier
7th cousin of Roger Allan Shier
2nd cousin of Keith Reginald Shier
ChartsDescendants of Jacob Shier Jr. (1775 - 1845) and Anne Sparling
Last Edited10 Jul 2018
Birth*Alfred John Harvey Hewson was born on 13 February 1932. 
He was the son of Samuel Hewson and Ada Letitia Shier
Death*Alfred John Harvey Hewson died on 18 December 2017 at age 85. 

Alice Lillian Hewson

F, b. 24 May 1944, d. 27 May 2012
FatherSamuel Hewson b. 3 Nov 1906, d. 27 Jul 1980
MotherAda Letitia Shier b. 16 Apr 1913, d. 30 May 1995
Relationships6th great-granddaughter of Hans Adam Scheier
7th cousin of Roger Allan Shier
2nd cousin of Keith Reginald Shier
ChartsDescendants of Jacob Shier Jr. (1775 - 1845) and Anne Sparling
Last Edited14 May 2014
Birth*Alice Lillian Hewson was born on 24 May 1944. 
She was the daughter of Samuel Hewson and Ada Letitia Shier
Death*Alice Lillian Hewson died on 27 May 2012 at age 68. 

Allen Hewson

M, b. 20 June 1943, d. 22 December 1995
FatherSamuel Hewson b. 3 Nov 1906, d. 27 Jul 1980
MotherAda Letitia Shier b. 16 Apr 1913, d. 30 May 1995
Relationships6th great-grandson of Hans Adam Scheier
7th cousin of Roger Allan Shier
2nd cousin of Keith Reginald Shier
ChartsDescendants of Jacob Shier Jr. (1775 - 1845) and Anne Sparling
Last Edited9 Feb 2013
Birth*Allen Hewson was born on 20 June 1943. 
He was the son of Samuel Hewson and Ada Letitia Shier
Death*Allen Hewson died on 22 December 1995 at age 52. 

John David Hewson

M, b. 28 September 1935, d. 28 September 1935
FatherSamuel Hewson b. 3 Nov 1906, d. 27 Jul 1980
MotherAda Letitia Shier b. 16 Apr 1913, d. 30 May 1995
Relationships6th great-grandson of Hans Adam Scheier
7th cousin of Roger Allan Shier
2nd cousin of Keith Reginald Shier
ChartsDescendants of Jacob Shier Jr. (1775 - 1845) and Anne Sparling
Last Edited9 Feb 2013
Death*John David Hewson died on 28 September 1935 in Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada
Birth*He was born on 28 September 1935 in Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada
He was the son of Samuel Hewson and Ada Letitia Shier

Norman Robert Hewson

M, b. 25 January 1938, d. 10 November 1988
FatherSamuel Hewson b. 3 Nov 1906, d. 27 Jul 1980
MotherAda Letitia Shier b. 16 Apr 1913, d. 30 May 1995
Relationships6th great-grandson of Hans Adam Scheier
7th cousin of Roger Allan Shier
2nd cousin of Keith Reginald Shier
ChartsDescendants of Jacob Shier Jr. (1775 - 1845) and Anne Sparling
Last Edited9 Feb 2013
Birth*Norman Robert Hewson was born on 25 January 1938. 
He was the son of Samuel Hewson and Ada Letitia Shier
Death*Norman Robert Hewson died on 10 November 1988 in Hartley memorial Gardens, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, at age 50. 

Samuel Hewson

M, b. 3 November 1906, d. 27 July 1980
ChartsDescendants of Jacob Shier Jr. (1775 - 1845) and Anne Sparling
Last Edited14 May 2014
Birth*Samuel Hewson was born on 3 November 1906 in Manchester, England
Marriage*He married Ada Letitia Shier, daughter of John JOSEPH Shier and Phoebe Ida May Matilda Faulds
Death*Samuel Hewson died on 27 July 1980 at age 73. 

Family

Ada Letitia Shier b. 16 April 1913, d. 30 May 1995
Children

Alice Maud Mary Heywood

F, b. 1871, d. 1936
ChartsDescendants of Richard Shier (1796 - 1877) and Catherine Shier
Last Edited27 Jul 2016
Birth*Alice Maud Mary Heywood was born in 1871 in Simcoe, Haldimand County, Ontario, Canada
Married Name As of 10 October 1906,her married name was Brethour. 
Marriage*She married William AUGUSTUS Brethour, son of David Brethour and Elizabeth Jane Shier, on 10 October 1906 in St. Mary's, Perth County, Ontario, Canada
(Witness) CensusAlice Maud Mary Heywood appeared on the census of 1911 in the household of William AUGUSTUS Brethour in Blanshard Twp., Perth County, Ontario, Canada
(Witness) CensusAlice Maud Mary Heywood appeared on the census of 1921 in the household of William AUGUSTUS Brethour in Blanshard Twp., Perth County, Ontario, Canada
Death*Alice Maud Mary Heywood died in 1936. 
Burial*She was buried in St Mary's Cemetery, Perth County, Ontario, Canada.

Family

William AUGUSTUS Brethour b. 24 March 1853, d. 10 January 1933
Child

Bruce H. Hickman

M, b. 6 July 1898, d. 10 May 1991
ChartsDescendants of Jacob Shier Jr. (1775 - 1845) and Anne Sparling
Last Edited6 Jun 2017
Birth*Bruce H. Hickman was born on 6 July 1898.1 
Marriage*He married Minnie May Shier, daughter of Herbert Shier and Carrie J. Tisdale, on 15 October 1927 in Lansing, Ingham County, Michigan, United States.
Census*Bruce H. Hickman appeared on the census of 7 April 1930 in Lansing Twp., Ingham County, Michigan, United States
CensusHe appeared on the census of 3 April 1940 in Lansing, Ingham County, Michigan, United States
Death*He died on 10 May 1991 in Midland, Midland County, Michigan, United States, at age 92. 
Burial*He was buried in Memorial Gardens Cemetery, Midland, Midland County, Michigan, United States.
Photo Credit: Rosemarie
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Family

Minnie May Shier b. 23 July 1909, d. 17 April 1992

Citations

  1. [S20] Unknown compiler address, United States Social Security Death Index, 1935 - 2014, unknown repository, unknown repository address.

Edward (Edwan) Hifle

M, b. 1899
FatherSamuel Hifle b. 1864, d. 1943
MotherEmily Jane Wardell b. 1873
Last Edited22 Feb 2018
Birth*Edward (Edwan) Hifle was born in 1899. 
He was the son of Samuel Hifle and Emily Jane Wardell
(Witness) CensusEdward (Edwan) Hifle appeared on the census of 1901 in the household of Samuel Hifle in Tralee, County Kerry, Ireland.1 

Citations

  1. [S84] Census of Ireland, 1901, online \.

Emily Margaret Hifle

F, b. 13 August 1896, d. 22 July 1985
FatherSamuel Hifle b. 1864, d. 1943
MotherEmily Jane Wardell b. 1873
Last Edited22 Feb 2018
Birth*Emily Margaret Hifle was born on 13 August 1896. 
She was the daughter of Samuel Hifle and Emily Jane Wardell
Married Name As of 1926,her married name was Shier. 
Marriage*Emily Margaret Hifle married Herbert JOHN Joseph Shier, son of Joseph Shier, in 1926. 
Death*Emily Margaret Hifle died on 22 July 1985 at age 88. 
Burial*She was buried in Embury Heck Memorial Methodist Church, County Limerick, Ireland.

Family

Herbert JOHN Joseph Shier b. 5 December 1896, d. 12 December 1989

Irene Barbara Hifle

F, b. 1900, d. 1983
FatherWilliam Arthur Hifle b. 1867
Last Edited23 Feb 2018
Birth*Irene Barbara Hifle was born in 1900. 
She was the daughter of William Arthur Hifle
Married Name As of 1933,her married name was Blennerhassett. 
Death*Irene Barbara Hifle died in 1983. 

Letitia Emily Hifle

F, b. 1865
FatherSamuel Hifle b. 1827, d. 1902
MotherElizabeth ANNETTA Switzer b. 1831, d. 1876
Last Edited23 Feb 2018
Birth*Letitia Emily Hifle was born in 1865. 
She was the daughter of Samuel Hifle and Elizabeth ANNETTA Switzer

Olive Hifle

F, b. 1903, d. 1969
FatherSamuel Hifle b. 1864, d. 1943
MotherEmily Jane Wardell b. 1873
Last Edited22 Feb 2018
Birth*Olive Hifle was born in 1903. 
She was the daughter of Samuel Hifle and Emily Jane Wardell
Married Name As of 1940,her married name was Goodman. 
Marriage*Olive Hifle married Arthur Vincent Goodman in 1940. 
Death*Olive Hifle died in 1969. 

Family

Arthur Vincent Goodman

Robert Hifle

M, b. 1906, d. 1988
FatherSamuel Hifle b. 1864, d. 1943
MotherEmily Jane Wardell b. 1873
Last Edited22 Feb 2018
Birth*Robert Hifle was born in 1906. 
He was the son of Samuel Hifle and Emily Jane Wardell
Marriage*Robert Hifle married Patricia Mabel Heaney in 1934. 
Death*Robert Hifle died in 1988. 

Family

Patricia Mabel Heaney b. 1913, d. 2002

Samuel Hifle

M, b. 1864, d. 1943
FatherSamuel Hifle b. 1827, d. 1902
MotherElizabeth ANNETTA Switzer b. 1831, d. 1876
Last Edited22 Feb 2018
Birth*Samuel Hifle was born in 1864 in County Kerry, Ireland
He was the son of Samuel Hifle and Elizabeth ANNETTA Switzer
Marriage*Samuel Hifle married Emily Jane Wardell
Census*Samuel Hifle appeared on the census of 1901 in Tralee, County Kerry, Ireland.1 
Death*He died in 1943. 

Family

Emily Jane Wardell b. 1873
Children

Citations

  1. [S84] Census of Ireland, 1901, online \.

Samuel Hifle

M, b. 1827, d. 1902
Last Edited23 Feb 2018
Birth*Samuel Hifle was born in 1827. 
Marriage*He married Elizabeth ANNETTA Switzer in 1852. 
Death*Samuel Hifle died in 1902. 

Family

Elizabeth ANNETTA Switzer b. 1831, d. 1876
Children

William Arthur Hifle

M, b. 1867
FatherSamuel Hifle b. 1827, d. 1902
MotherElizabeth ANNETTA Switzer b. 1831, d. 1876
Last Edited23 Feb 2018
Birth*William Arthur Hifle was born in 1867. 
He was the son of Samuel Hifle and Elizabeth ANNETTA Switzer

Family

Child

Alice Frances Higgins

F, b. 9 March 1865, d. 2 September 1936
Last Edited1 Nov 2015
Birth*Alice Frances Higgins was born on 9 March 1865 in Howick Twp., Ontario, Canada
(Witness) CensusShe appeared on the census of 1900 in the household of Charles Edward Shortridge in Cavalier County, North Dakota, United States
Death*Alice Frances Higgins died on 2 September 1936 in Calvin, Cavalier County, North Dakota, United States, at age 71. 
Burial*She was buried in Corinthian Cemetery, Calvin, Cavalier County, North Dakota, United States

Family

Charles Edward Shortridge b. 4 January 1859, d. 6 July 1926
Child

Doris Kathleen Higgins

F, b. 1914
Last Edited6 Mar 2012
Married NameHer married name was Germyn. 
Marriage*Doris Kathleen Higgins married Delmar Irwin Germyn, son of Charles Germyn and Catherine May Victoria Corley
Birth*Doris Kathleen Higgins was born in 1914. 

Family

Delmar Irwin Germyn b. 24 October 1912, d. 17 December 1997

Louise C. Hildenbrand

F, b. 1877, d. 1919
ChartsDescendants of Jacob Shier Jr. (1775 - 1845) and Anne Sparling
Last Edited6 Jun 2017
Birth*Louise C. Hildenbrand was born in 1877. 
Marriage*She married Henry Francis Shier, son of Joshua B. Shier and Margaret Francis
Married NameHer married name was Shier. 
(Witness) CensusLouise C. Hildenbrand appeared on the census of 1910 in the household of Henry Francis Shier in Manasquan, Monmouth County, New Jersey, United States
Death*Louise C. Hildenbrand died in 1919. 
Burial*She was buried in Greenwood Cemetery, Brielle, Monmouth County, New Jersey, United States.
Photo Credit: Ed Wolf
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Family

Henry Francis Shier b. 3 August 1874, d. 1941
Children

Charlotte Hildred

F, b. 15 March 1851, d. 14 June 1937
Charlotte Hildred-Shier (1851 - 1937)
James Shier
FatherJoseph Hildred
MotherAnn Beverly
ChartsHans Adam Schrier (1673 - 1758)
Descendants of John Shier III (1805 - 1892)
Last Edited7 Oct 2017
Name Variation Charlotte Hildred was also known as Elizabeth Hildred Marriage registration states name as ELizabeth Hildred. 
Birth*She was born on 15 March 1851. 
She was the daughter of Joseph Hildred and Ann Beverly
Marriage*Charlotte Hildred married James Shier, son of John Switzer Shier III and Mary Jane Shier, on 17 February 1876 in Kincardine Twp., Bruce County, Ontario, Canada
Married Name As of 17 February 1876,her married name was Shier. 
(Witness) CensusCharlotte Hildred appeared on the census of 1901 in the household of James Shier in Huron Twp., Bruce County, Ontario, Canada
(Witness) CensusCharlotte Hildred appeared on the census of 1911 in the household of James Shier in Huron Twp., Bruce County, Ontario, Canada
(Witness) CensusCharlotte Hildred appeared on the census of 1921 in the household of James Shier in Huron Twp., Bruce County, Ontario, Canada
Death*Charlotte Hildred died on 14 June 1937 in Huron Twp., Bruce County, Ontario, Canada, at age 86.
Burial*She was buried on 16 June 1937 in Ripley Cemetery, Huron Twp., Bruce County, Ontario, Canada.

Family

James Shier b. 3 January 1844, d. 20 January 1929
Children

Joseph Hildred

M
Last Edited5 Dec 2015
Fact 1*Joseph and Ann (Beverley Hildred and their 10 children.
Photo: George DeKay

Family

Ann Beverly
Child

Annie Jospehine Hill

F
Last Edited8 Mar 2016
Marriage*Annie Jospehine Hill married William Taylor

Family

William Taylor
Child

Charlotte Hill

F, b. 26 February 1877, d. 14 December 1923
Charlotte Hill-Slade (1877 - 1923)
Photo Credit: Minnesota Historical Society
FatherJames Jerome Hill b. 16 Sep 1838, d. 29 May 1916
MotherMary Theresa Mehegan b. 1 Jul 1846, d. 22 Nov 1921
Relationships4th great-granddaughter of Hans Adam Scheier
5th cousin 2 times removed of Roger Allan Shier
5th cousin 2 times removed of Keith Reginald Shier
Last Edited19 Mar 2018
Birth*Charlotte Hill was born on 26 February 1877 in St. Paul, Ramsey County, Minnesota, United States
She was the daughter of James Jerome Hill and Mary Theresa Mehegan
(Witness) CensusCharlotte Hill appeared on the census of 1 June 1880 in the household of James Jerome Hill in St. Paul, Ramsey County, Minnesota, United States
(Witness) CensusCharlotte Hill appeared on the census of 14 June 1900 in the household of James Jerome Hill in St. Paul, Ramsey County, Minnesota, United States; At the time of the 1900 Census, the Hill family had 9 servants living with htem. 
Married Name As of 1901,her married name was Slade. 
Death*Charlotte Hill died on 14 December 1923 in United States at age 46. 
Burial*She was buried in Gate of Heaven Cemetery, Hawthorne, Westchester County, New York, United States.

Family

Children

Clara Anne Hill

F, b. 4 December 1873, d. 1 January 1947
Clara Anne Hill-Lundley (1873 - 1947)
Photo Credit: Minnesota Historical Society
FatherJames Jerome Hill b. 16 Sep 1838, d. 29 May 1916
MotherMary Theresa Mehegan b. 1 Jul 1846, d. 22 Nov 1921
Relationships4th great-granddaughter of Hans Adam Scheier
5th cousin 2 times removed of Roger Allan Shier
5th cousin 2 times removed of Keith Reginald Shier
Last Edited19 Mar 2018
Birth*Clara Anne Hill was born on 4 December 1873 in Ramsey County, Minnesota, United States
She was the daughter of James Jerome Hill and Mary Theresa Mehegan
(Witness) CensusClara Anne Hill appeared on the census of 1 June 1880 in the household of James Jerome Hill in St. Paul, Ramsey County, Minnesota, United States
Married NameHer married name was Lindley. 
Marriage*Clara Anne Hill married Eramus C. Lindley
(Witness) CensusClara Anne Hill appeared on the census of 14 June 1900 in the household of James Jerome Hill in St. Paul, Ramsey County, Minnesota, United States; At the time of the 1900 Census, the Hill family had 9 servants living with htem. 
(Witness) CensusClara Anne Hill appeared on the census of 2 June 1905 in the household of James Jerome Hill in St. Paul, Ramsay County, Minnesota, United States
Death*Clara Anne Hill died on 1 January 1947 at age 73. 
Burial*She was buried in Resurrection Cemetery, Mendota Heights, Dakota County, Minnesota, United States

Family

Eramus C. Lindley b. 23 October 1870, d. 13 July 1957

Cortland T. Hill

M, b. 1906
FatherLouis Warren Hill b. 1872, d. 27 Apr 1948
MotherMaude Van Cortlandt Taylor b. 11 Apr 1870, d. 23 Aug 1961
Relationships5th great-grandson of Hans Adam Scheier
6th cousin 1 time removed of Roger Allan Shier
6th cousin 1 time removed of Keith Reginald Shier
Last Edited18 Mar 2018
Birth*Cortland T. Hill was born in 1906 in Minnesota, United States
He was the son of Louis Warren Hill and Maude Van Cortlandt Taylor
(Witness) CensusCortland T. Hill appeared on the census of 11 April 1930 in the household of Louis Warren Hill in St. Paul, Ramsey County, Minnesota, United States; At the time of the 1930 Census, the Louis Warren Hill family had 7 servants in their household. 

David Morrison Hill

M
Last Edited1 Jan 2018

Family

Emma Chew
Child

Citations

  1. [S1] Ancestry.ca, online \Ancestry.ca\, Abbott-Hastings-Kincaid Family Tree. Hereinafter cited as Ancestry.ca.

Dorothy Hill

F, b. 1908
FatherWalter Jerome Hill b. 21 Feb 1885, d. 4 Mar 1944
MotherDorothy Barrows b. 12 Jan 1888, d. 15 Apr 1970
Relationships5th great-granddaughter of Hans Adam Scheier
6th cousin 1 time removed of Roger Allan Shier
6th cousin 1 time removed of Keith Reginald Shier
Last Edited19 Mar 2018
Birth*Dorothy Hill was born in 1908. 
She was the daughter of Walter Jerome Hill and Dorothy Barrows
(Witness) CensusDorothy Hill appeared on the census of 1910 in the household of Walter Jerome Hill in St. Paul, Ramsay County, Minnesota, United States

Florence Rachel Hill

F, b. 13 August 1903, d. 31 July 1988
FatherOwen Hill
MotherAnnie Preece
Last Edited17 Oct 2017
Birth*Florence Rachel Hill was born on 13 August 1903 in Mara Twp., Brechin, Ontario County, Ontario, Canada
She was the daughter of Owen Hill and Annie Preece
Married Name As of 25 July 1923,her married name was Campbell. 
Marriage*Florence Rachel Hill married Peter Campbell, son of Robert Campbell and Jessie McNabb, on 25 July 1923 in Manchester, Ontario County, Ontario, Canada.
Death*Florence Rachel Hill died on 31 July 1988 in Penetang Hospital, Simcoe County, Ontario, Canada, at age 84; Died of A STROKE. 
Burial*She was buried after 31 July 1988 in Eden Cemetery, Mariposa Twp., Argyle, Victoria County, Ontario, Canada

Family

Peter Campbell b. 15 May 1895, d. December 1978

Gertrude Hill

F, b. 4 March 1883, d. 11 January 1961
Gertrude Hill-Gavin ( 1883 - 1961)
Photo Credit: Minnesota Historical Society
FatherJames Jerome Hill b. 16 Sep 1838, d. 29 May 1916
MotherMary Theresa Mehegan b. 1 Jul 1846, d. 22 Nov 1921
Relationships4th great-granddaughter of Hans Adam Scheier
5th cousin 2 times removed of Roger Allan Shier
5th cousin 2 times removed of Keith Reginald Shier
Last Edited19 Mar 2018
Birth*Gertrude Hill was born on 4 March 1883. 
She was the daughter of James Jerome Hill and Mary Theresa Mehegan
(Witness) CensusGertrude Hill appeared on the census of 14 June 1900 in the household of James Jerome Hill in St. Paul, Ramsey County, Minnesota, United States; At the time of the 1900 Census, the Hill family had 9 servants living with htem. 
(Witness) CensusGertrude Hill appeared on the census of 2 June 1905 in the household of James Jerome Hill in St. Paul, Ramsay County, Minnesota, United States
Married Name As of 1906,her married name was Gavin. 
Marriage*Gertrude Hill married Michael Gavin in 1906. 
Death*Gertrude Hill died on 11 January 1961 at age 77. 
Burial*She was buried in Resurrection Cemetery, Mendota Heights, Dakota County, Minnesota, United States.
Photo Credit:
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Family

Michael Gavin b. 3 November 1872, d. 9 July 1960

James Hill

M, b. 1 August 1811, d. 25 December 1852
ChartsHans Adam Schrier (1673 - 1758)
Last Edited22 Mar 2018
Birth*James Hill was born on 1 August 1811 in County Armagh, Northern Ireland
Marriage*He married Ann Dunbar, daughter of Alexander Samuel Dunbar Sr. and Elizabeth Dolmage, on 23 April 1833 in Eramosa Twp., Rockwood, Wellington County, Ontario, Canada
Death*James Hill died on 25 December 1852 in Rockwood, Eramosa Twp., Wellington County, Ontario, Canada, at age 41. 

Family

Ann Dunbar b. 17 March 1805, d. 18 December 1876
Children

James "Jim" Roy Hill

M, b. 22 November 1938, d. 25 May 2010
FatherJames ROY Hill b. 22 Nov 1906, d. 21 Oct 1960
MotherSusan VERNA Chambers b. 5 Jan 1910, d. 25 Mar 2002
Relationships6th great-grandson of Hans Adam Scheier
7th cousin of Roger Allan Shier
3rd cousin of Keith Reginald Shier
ChartsDescendants of Jacob Shier Jr. (1775 - 1845) and Anne Sparling
Last Edited4 Feb 2017
Birth*James "Jim" Roy Hill was born on 22 November 1938. 
He was the son of James ROY Hill and Susan VERNA Chambers
Death*James "Jim" Roy Hill died on 25 May 2010 in Humbolt District Hospital, Humbolt, Saskatchewan, Canada, at age 71; HILL Mr. James Roy Hill, 71 years of the St. Gregor area, passed away on Tuesday, May 25, 2010 at the Humboldt District Hospital. Jim was born on November 22, 1938 in Oxbow to Roy and Verna (nee Chambers) Hill. He grew up in the Glen Ewen area and attended school there. Following his education, Jim worked at a variety of jobs, eventually becoming an Automotive Partsman. On October 5, 1960, he married Judith Litschel at Estevan. They lived in a number of communities over the years, including Frobisher, Estevan, Strasbourg, Saskatoon and most recently on an acreage near St. Gregor. Jim enjoyed working in his shop and on the computer and thoroughly enjoyed their retirement on the acreage. His grandchildren and great grandchildren were the joys of his life. Jim will be lovingly remembered by his wife of 49 years, Judi of St. Gregor; one daughter and two sons: Cindy (Perry) Bubnick, Gerry (Cindy) Hill and Shawn Hill (Tammy Smith); five grandchildren: Leah (Derek) Gillespie, Anastasia Hill, Charity Smith, Amanda Schultz and Christina Jabusch; eight great grandchildren; and three sisters and two brothers: Lornetta Rogers, Betty Forbes, Jack Hill (Tina), Murray Hill and Sharon Berntson (Glenn). As per Jim's request, there will be no funeral service. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to a charity of your choice. Arrangements entrusted to Connie Danyluik, Malinoski & Danyluik Funeral Home, Humboldt (682-1622). - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/thestarphoenix/obituary.aspx?pid=143205711#sthash.MJ4QqIbm.dpuf. 

James Jerome Hill

M, b. 16 September 1838, d. 29 May 1916
James Jerome Hill (1838 - 1916)
Photo Credit: Gary Gaylord, Findagrave
FatherJames Hill b. 1 Aug 1811, d. 25 Dec 1852
MotherAnn Dunbar b. 17 Mar 1805, d. 18 Dec 1876
Relationships3rd great-grandson of Hans Adam Scheier
4th cousin 3 times removed of Roger Allan Shier
4th cousin 3 times removed of Keith Reginald Shier
ChartsHans Adam Schrier (1673 - 1758)
Last Edited20 May 2018
Birth*James Jerome Hill was born on 16 September 1838 in Eramosa Twp., Wellington County, Ontario, Canada
He was the son of James Hill and Ann Dunbar
Marriage*James Jerome Hill married Mary Theresa Mehegan in 1867. 
Census*James Jerome Hill appeared on the census of 1 June 1880 in St. Paul, Ramsey County, Minnesota, United States
CensusHe appeared on the census of 14 June 1900 in St. Paul, Ramsey County, Minnesota, United States; At the time of the 1900 Census, the Hill family had 9 servants living with htem. 
CensusHe appeared on the census of 2 June 1905 in St. Paul, Ramsay County, Minnesota, United States
Death*He died on 29 May 1916 in St. Paul, Ramsey County, Minnesota, United States, at age 77; Railroad Pioneer. Born in Ontario, Canada, he was the chief railroad executive responsible for establishing the Great Northern Railway lines which served the upper Midwest, the northern Great Plains and Pacific Northwest of America. In 1873, as a steamboat shipping businessman in Minnesota, he saw the need to expand railways to the western territories. Between 1883 and 1889, he built his Great Northern Railway lines all the way across north America, the Great Plains, the Rockies to Seatle Washington. Under his management, he helped homesteads to immigrants by importing grains, farm equipment, bulding materials and general products which brought industry to Western Amercia. By the time of his death he held the monopoly of the railroad business in the U.S. with the Great Northern Railway having lines in Texas, Colorado, California and Washington at a worth of more than $53 million. He died in St. Paul, Minnesota, at age 77. 
Fact 1*From the Rock Island Argus, May 29, 1916.
From Farmer Boy He Became One of Wealthiest and Greatest Men.
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St. Paul, May 29. -- James J. Hill, railroad builder, capitalist and most widely known figure of the northwest, died at his Summitt avenue residence at 9:30 o'clock this morning as the result of an infection due to bowel trouble.
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Mr. Hill was unconscious for nearly 12 hours before he died.  Dr. Herman M. Biggs and Dr. Stanley Seager of the Mayo staff, together with members of the immediate Hill family, were at the bedside when the end came.
Mr. Hill's personal secretary, M.R. Brown, made the announcement of his distinguished employer's demise to waiting newspaper correspondents at the Hill residence.  His statement was made verbally, with the intimation that a written bulletin might be issued later.
Questioned regarding a date for obsequies, Mr. Brown said that no arrangements had been discussed.  The secretary appeared greatly affected and declined to talk further than to make the bare announcement of the death.
The probable value of James J. Hill's estate is estimated at between $200,000,000 and $250,000,000.  The great financial power held by Mr. Hill will pass to his son, Louis, who had been closely associated with him in business for 10 years.
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The aged financier failed rapidly during the night.  All members of his family were at the bedside with the exception of Mrs. M. Beard of New York, a daughter.  She is expected to arrive tonight.  James N. Hill of New York and Mrs. Samuel Hill of Washington arrived early in the morning.
Louis W. Hill was up at 7 a.m.
"My father slept most of the night," he said.
Other members of the family were up early.
George T. Slade, son-in-law; M.R. Brown, private secretary, and G.A. and M. MacPherson appeared on the lawn soon after daylight, but refused to talk.
M.R. Brown met the newspaper reporters at 9:43 o'clock.
"Mr. Hill died quietly at 9:30," he said with tears in his eyes.  The bulletin was signed by Herman M. Biggs.
The last letter sent to Mr. Hill was received five minutes after he died.  It was from United States Senator Sanborn and was sent by a special messenger.  It was received at 9:35.
 
Little Sisters Extend Sympathy.
Just as Mr. Hill was dying two Little Sisters of the Poor approached the house from the south driveway.  They were met at the door and extended their sympathy.  Then they left.
One of the first to leave the house was John J. Toomey, Mr. Hill's confidential business agent and associate for years.
He was quickly followed by Ralph Budd, assistant to Louis Hill, president of the Great Northern railroad and one of the younger members of Mr. Hill's railroad family.
L.W. Hill was next to leave the house.  He walked between Rev. Thomas J. Gibbons, vicar general of the St. Paul archdiocese, and George MacPherson, intimate friend of the family.  All three went to the L.W. Hill residence.
At this juncture Dr. Emil Boeckmann's car drove up with Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. Hill and Mrs. Louis Hill.
James J. Hill discovered "the breadbasket of the world" in the great northwest; he led in its development from a wilderness into what now comprises six wealthy states dotted with 400,000 farms; and he blazed a trail for transportation which reached eventually from Buffalo to Asia, with a total mileage of rail and steamship facilities that would nearly girdle the earth.
That but roughly spans the story of his achievement.
Near Guelph, in Ontario, where James Jerome Hill was born in 1838, the son of an Irish-Canadian farmer who died when the boy was 15, there stands a tree stump labeled:  "The last tree chopped by James J. Hill."
It marked the lad's resolution to go to the United States.  He had been prompted by an odd incident.  According to the story that is told, a strange traveler had stopped at the Hill farm to take dinner, and left his horse at the gate.  Young Hill saw the animal was tired and he carried it a pail of water.  The stranger was pleased with the lad's thoughtfulness, and as he drove off he tossed him a newspaper from the United States, and called out gravely:
"Go there, young man.  That country needs youngsters of your spirit."
Hill read the paper carefully.  It contained glowing accounts of opportunities in the States.  He resolved to investigate for himself.  It was the next morning that he chopped his last tree.
As a mere roustabout lad of 18, he toured from Maine to Minnesota.  When, in 1856, he disembarked from a Mississippi river packet at St. Paul that place was a frontier town of 5,000 inhabitants.  At the sign of W.J. Bass & Co., agents for the Dubuque & St. Paul Packet company, he found a job as both stevedore and clerk.
 
Seized Opportunities.
In the 15 years that followed he seized every opportunity to study the whole problem of river transportation.  He gathered no end of experience and a little capital with which he launched his own firm of Hill, Griss & Co., which promptly displayed its initiative by bringing the first load of coal that had ever been seen in that section into St. Paul.  Two years later, with a flat-bottomed steamer he established the first regular communication with St. Paul and the Manitoba ports of the fertile Red river valley.
At about that time St. Paul was having its first experiment in railroad building.  Eighty miles had been laid to St. Cloud, 316 miles to Breckenridge, both of which terminals were at the southern end of the Red river valley, and there were about 100 miles of track "which began nowhere and ended in that same indefinite spot."  This venture ran up a debt of $33,000,000 and collapsed, with its only assets being "a few streaks of rust and a right of way."
Hill had had sufficient success in the region to be seized with a consuming desire to purchase the defunct property.  After five years of financial dickering, including the sale of all his other interests, which netted a fortune of $100,000, he and a syndicate of three others -- Sir Donald A. Smith, George Stephen and Norman W. Kittson, -- obtained the object of this desire.
 
Made Head of "Manitoba."
The St. Paul, Minnesota and Manitoba railroad was formed to operate the property, with Hill as general manager.  When in 1883 Mr. Hill was elected president he undertook the extension of the road from its Dakota and Minnesota homestead to the Pacific ocean.  He was confronted by three great competitors to the south, each of which had received big bonuses as government aid, whereas the "Manitoba" or the Great Northern, as it came to be known, did not have a dollar of government subsidy or an acre of grant to forward its progress from the Minnesota boundary to the sea.
In this light, Hill's plan was widely deemed pure folly, but he pressed it to conclusion by building and populating as he built.  For several years he laid rails westward at the rate of a mile a day, and at a cost of $30,000 a mile, and as he went he left a trail of embryonic farms by the railside.
With the line to Puget Sound once laid, he turned empire builder.  He introduced the live stock industry into vast areas of bunch-grass plains, and developed them by importing blooded stock; he sent demonstration trains through the country with men who showed the people how to raise more wheat to the acre; he made an outlet for the grain by establishing a cheap rate by rail and steamship to Buffalo where he built great elevators; in fact for upwards of 20 years he left nothing in his power undone to develop the country where he had staked out his claim as the great common carrier.
But at the Pacific tide-water he was not satisfied for he saw in the orient still further opportunities.  He organized a fleet of Pacific steamships for the commercial invasion of Japan and China.  Japan at the time wanted steel rails, but proposed getting them from England, as the rates were less.  It is related that when John W. Gates, the steel magnate of Chicago, came to Hill with the proposition of getting American rails to Japan, the latter replied:
"I will make you a rate of $8 a ton from Chicago or Pittsburgh to Yokohama.  If that is too much, I will carry it for the axle grease used on the locomotives and freight cars; and if you can't stand that, I will carry your freight for nothing."
At the $8 rate named, the American manufacturer was enabled to secure the Japanese contract.
The same tactics were adopted in getting American wheat and flour into Japan and China, where rice was the staple food.
His faith in the far east was rewarded as liberally as that in the northwest.  It is estimated that the Pacific fleet now carries nearly $50,000,000 worth of products to the orient every year.
While Mr. Hill built up for himself and his associates an immense fortune, he also helped to create for the settlers along his lines a wealth of over $5,000,000,000 in real property, which is represented by the value of the 400,000 farms and their 65,000,000 acres of improved land.
 
Retires From Active Business.
Upon his retirement at 69, the "streak of rust" he had bought 30 years before, had expanded to more than 6,000 miles and it was earning gross profits of more than $66,000,000 a year, and carrying 15,000,000 tons of freight annually.  He still retained a hand in the Great Northern's policy as chairman of the board of directors, while his son Louis, who had worked up from the humblest position of his father's railroad became president.
The secret of the Hill success was no secret at all, according to Mr. Hill, and he had no new recipes to offer.  "The man with the big opportunity today," he said, "is the man in the ranks."  But the secret of failure he frequently declared to be extravagance.  He regarded this as a national tendency, against which he strongly set himself, particularly as concerned the natural resources.
During his active supervision of the Great Northern system, Mr. Hill oversaw almost every detail, to the wonder of all employees with whom he came in contact.  A fugitive instance of his recognition in his own country is the story of a tourist who declares that there are afloat in the Swedish section of the northwest upwards of 10,000 different stories in Swedish dialect with "Yem Hell" as the centerpiece.  Patrons of his lines have liked and disliked him in rapid alternation, for it was his point to have his way, not only where his road should run, but where his patrons should settle.  This was part of his economic policy.  He carried out a singular regularity in the location of branch lines, giving a minimum of short lines on which light trains were unavoidable.  The principal text of his railway gospel was low grades, heavy power, large capacity cars, and big train loads on his main lines, and he began to preach this at a time when these things were held as visionary by most railway men.
In contact with the late E.H. Harriman, who outdid him in the extent of railway ownership, Mr. Hill was not only the financial head, but the practical head, of his great railway system.  He was the chief promotor and president of the Northern Securities company, organized with a purpose to bring the Northern Pacific and Great Northern under one ownership, to which such opposition developed that a suit was brought in the United States circuit court, which decided that the acquisition was an illegal combination -- affirmed in March, 1904, by the United States supreme court.
 
Evidences of His Work Shown.
For several years James J. Hill had been in the habit of insisting both to his friends and to the public that he was not actively engaged in business.  Just how active he was during the last two years of his life can be judged only by little evidences of his master hand in matters affecting the Great Northern railroad and the First National bank of St. Paul and by three outstanding accomplishments in which his will and genius asserted themselves.
From a world viewpoint it would be hard to say whether his staunch support of the Belgian people following the invasion of the Germans, or the part played in the negotiations for the $500,000,000 loan to the allied governments is the more important.
From a local viewpoint his influence in the upbuilding of the South St. Paul stockyards claims first rank.
 
Sent Aid to Belgians.
From the time the work of succoring the Belgians began Mr. Hill took a leading part in the movement.  It probably will never be known how much money he sent to King Albert, an old personal friend, and how much he induced others to send.
His place as an international figure was never more prominently displayed than when the representatives of the allies came to New York in quest of a huge loan.  One of the first men to be sent for by J.P. Morgan was Mr. Hill and his assurance that he and the people of the northwest were prepared to do their share in taking up the foreign bonds is believed to have contributed largely to the success of the negotiations.  His claim to being the original advocate of live stock development in the northwest is unquestioned and since the retirement of A.B. Stickney he has been the most ardent proponent of the upbuilding of the industry at at this center, a work which has been taken up enthusiastically by his son, Louis W. Hill. 
Burial*He was buried in Resurrection Cemetery, Mendota Heights, Dakota County, Minnesota, United States.
Photo Credit:
Larry Gaylord, Findagrave
Photo Credit:
Larry Gayford, Findagrave

Family

Mary Theresa Mehegan b. 1 July 1846, d. 22 November 1921
Children

James Jerome Hill

M, b. 1905
FatherLouis Warren Hill b. 1872, d. 27 Apr 1948
MotherMaude Van Cortlandt Taylor b. 11 Apr 1870, d. 23 Aug 1961
Relationships5th great-grandson of Hans Adam Scheier
6th cousin 1 time removed of Roger Allan Shier
6th cousin 1 time removed of Keith Reginald Shier
Last Edited18 Mar 2018
Birth*James Jerome Hill was born in 1905 in Minnesota, United States
He was the son of Louis Warren Hill and Maude Van Cortlandt Taylor
(Witness) CensusJames Jerome Hill appeared on the census of 11 April 1930 in the household of Louis Warren Hill in St. Paul, Ramsey County, Minnesota, United States; At the time of the 1930 Census, the Louis Warren Hill family had 7 servants in their household. 

James Nathan Branson Hill

M, b. 1893
FatherSamuel Hill b. 13 May 1857, d. 21 Feb 1931
MotherMary Francis Hill b. 13 Aug 1868, d. 13 Apr 1947
Relationships5th great-grandson of Hans Adam Scheier
6th cousin 1 time removed of Roger Allan Shier
6th cousin 1 time removed of Keith Reginald Shier
Last Edited19 Mar 2018
Birth*James Nathan Branson Hill was born in 1893 in Minnesota, United States
He was the son of Samuel Hill and Mary Francis Hill

James Norman Hill

M, b. 13 February 1870, d. 3 July 1932
James Norman Hill (1870 - 1932)
Photo Credit: Rhonda Knight, Findagrave
FatherJames Jerome Hill b. 16 Sep 1838, d. 29 May 1916
MotherMary Theresa Mehegan b. 1 Jul 1846, d. 22 Nov 1921
Relationships4th great-grandson of Hans Adam Scheier
5th cousin 2 times removed of Roger Allan Shier
5th cousin 2 times removed of Keith Reginald Shier
Last Edited4 Mar 2018
Birth*James Norman Hill was born on 13 February 1870 in St. Paul, Ramsey County, Minnesota, United States
He was the son of James Jerome Hill and Mary Theresa Mehegan
(Witness) CensusJames Norman Hill appeared on the census of 1 June 1880 in the household of James Jerome Hill in St. Paul, Ramsey County, Minnesota, United States
(Witness) CensusJames Norman Hill appeared on the census of 14 June 1900 in the household of James Jerome Hill in St. Paul, Ramsey County, Minnesota, United States; At the time of the 1900 Census, the Hill family had 9 servants living with htem. 
Marriage*James Norman Hill married Marguerite Sawyer in 1912. 
Death*James Norman Hill died on 3 July 1932 in Oyster Bay, Nassau County, New York, United States, at age 62. 
Burial*He was buried in Woodlawn Cemetery, Bronx, Bronx County, New York, United States.
Photo Credit: Neil Funkhouser
Findagrave

Family

Marguerite Sawyer b. 31 March 1879, d. 18 March 1948

James ROY Hill

M, b. 22 November 1906, d. 21 October 1960
ChartsDescendants of Jacob Shier Jr. (1775 - 1845) and Anne Sparling
Last Edited4 Feb 2017
Name Variation James ROY Hill was also known as Roy Hill. 
Birth*He was born on 22 November 1906. 
Marriage*He married Susan VERNA Chambers, daughter of Thomas ELWIN Chambers and Sarah EDITH Shier, on 7 August 1934. 
Death*James ROY Hill died on 21 October 1960 at age 53. 

Family

Susan VERNA Chambers b. 5 January 1910, d. 25 March 2002
Child

Joseph Hill

M
Last Edited9 Oct 2018

Family

Sarah Jane Fawcett
Child

Katherine Theresa (Katie) Hill

F, b. 31 August 1875, d. 10 August 1876
Katherine Theresa Hill ( 1875 - 1876)
Photo Credit: Minnesota Historical Society
FatherJames Jerome Hill b. 16 Sep 1838, d. 29 May 1916
MotherMary Theresa Mehegan b. 1 Jul 1846, d. 22 Nov 1921
Relationships4th great-granddaughter of Hans Adam Scheier
5th cousin 2 times removed of Roger Allan Shier
5th cousin 2 times removed of Keith Reginald Shier
Last Edited19 Mar 2018
Birth*Katherine Theresa (Katie) Hill was born on 31 August 1875. 
She was the daughter of James Jerome Hill and Mary Theresa Mehegan
Death*Katherine Theresa (Katie) Hill died on 10 August 1876. 
Burial*She was buried in Resurrection Cemetery, Mendota Heights, Dakota County, Minnesota, United States; Katie was innitially buried in Calvary Cemetery, St. Paul. In 1986 her remains were re-interred in the Hill section of Resurrection Cemetery.
Photo Credit:
cw; Findagrave

Louis Warren Hill

M, b. 1872, d. 27 April 1948
Louis Warren Hill (1872 - 1948)
Photo Credit: Minnesota Historical Society
Louis Warren Hill (1872 - 1948)
Photo Credit: Robert Candy; Ancestry
FatherJames Jerome Hill b. 16 Sep 1838, d. 29 May 1916
MotherMary Theresa Mehegan b. 1 Jul 1846, d. 22 Nov 1921
Relationships4th great-grandson of Hans Adam Scheier
5th cousin 2 times removed of Roger Allan Shier
5th cousin 2 times removed of Keith Reginald Shier
Last Edited19 Mar 2018
Birth*Louis Warren Hill was born in 1872 in Minnesota, United States
He was the son of James Jerome Hill and Mary Theresa Mehegan
(Witness) CensusLouis Warren Hill appeared on the census of 1 June 1880 in the household of James Jerome Hill in St. Paul, Ramsey County, Minnesota, United States
(Witness) CensusLouis Warren Hill appeared on the census of 14 June 1900 in the household of James Jerome Hill in St. Paul, Ramsey County, Minnesota, United States; At the time of the 1900 Census, the Hill family had 9 servants living with htem. 
Marriage*Louis Warren Hill married Maude Van Cortlandt Taylor on 5 January 1901 in New York, New York, United States
Census*Louis Warren Hill appeared on the census of 11 April 1930 in St. Paul, Ramsey County, Minnesota, United States; At the time of the 1930 Census, the Louis Warren Hill family had 7 servants in their household. 
CensusHe appeared on the census of 14 April 1940 in Pebble Beach, Monterey County, California, United States; At the time of the 1940 Census, Louis Warren Hill was residing in California. His wife who survived him was not living with him at that time but he did have a butler and chauffer living with him. 
Death*He died on 27 April 1948 in Ramsey County, Minnesota, United States
Burial*He was buried in Resurrection Cemetery, Mendota Hills, Dakota County, Minnesota, United States.
Photo Credit
cw; Findagrave

Family

Maude Van Cortlandt Taylor b. 11 April 1870, d. 23 August 1961
Children

Louis Warren Hill Jr.

M, b. 19 May 1902, d. 6 April 1995
Louis Warren Hill Jr.
Photo Credit: Dave Vangsness; findagrave
FatherLouis Warren Hill b. 1872, d. 27 Apr 1948
MotherMaude Van Cortlandt Taylor b. 11 Apr 1870, d. 23 Aug 1961
Relationships5th great-grandson of Hans Adam Scheier
6th cousin 1 time removed of Roger Allan Shier
6th cousin 1 time removed of Keith Reginald Shier
Last Edited18 Mar 2018
Birth*Louis Warren Hill Jr. was born on 19 May 1902 in St. Paul, Ramsey County, Minnesota, United States
He was the son of Louis Warren Hill and Maude Van Cortlandt Taylor
Marriage*Louis Warren Hill Jr. married Dorothy Virgina Millett on 26 November 1929 in Hastings, Dakota County, Minnesota, United States
(Witness) CensusLouis Warren Hill Jr. appeared on the census of 11 April 1930 in the household of Louis Warren Hill in St. Paul, Ramsey County, Minnesota, United States; At the time of the 1930 Census, the Louis Warren Hill family had 7 servants in their household. 
Death*Louis Warren Hill Jr. died on 6 April 1995 in Ramsey County, Minnesota, United States, at age 92; Louis W. Hill, Jr. was born in St. Paul on May 19, 1902, the son of the president of the Great Northern Railway and the grandson of its founder, James J. Hill. He was educated at the St. Paul Academy, Phillips Exeter Academy, and Yale University. Prior to his election to the Minnesota House of Representatives in 1936, he worked for the Great Northern Railway (1927-29) and for the First National Bank of St. Paul (1930-34). He became vice president of the Arthur Iron Mining Company (St. Paul) in 1934, serving in that capacity for the remainder of his career, including the years he served in the legislature. Hill represented the fortieth district continuously until his 1952 defeat. Hill ran again in 1954, but was again defeated.??The Louis W. Hill, Jr. Fellowship in Philanthropy was created in 2002 by the Hubert H. Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs, the Northwest Area Foundation, and the Grotto Foundation to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the birth of Louis W. Hill, Jr. The fellowship recognizes an outstanding Minnesota community leader who has had a distinguished record in philanthropy and community service.  

Family

Dorothy Virgina Millett b. 26 December 1908

Margaret Hill

F, b. 1918
FatherRufus Henry Hill b. 6 Feb 1878, d. 27 Dec 1973
MotherMargaret McLeod Teskey b. 21 Jan 1880, d. 7 Oct 1947
Relationships5th great-granddaughter of Hans Adam Scheier
6th cousin 1 time removed of Roger Allan Shier
6th cousin 1 time removed of Keith Reginald Shier
Last Edited1 Jan 2018
Birth*Margaret Hill was born in 1918. 
She was the daughter of Rufus Henry Hill and Margaret McLeod Teskey
(Witness) CensusMargaret Hill appeared on the census of 1921 in the household of Rufus Henry Hill in Sault Ste Marie, District of Algoma, Ontario, Canada

Mary Elizabeth Hill

F, b. 25 December 1835, d. 25 June 1905
FatherJames Hill b. 1 Aug 1811, d. 25 Dec 1852
MotherAnn Dunbar b. 17 Mar 1805, d. 18 Dec 1876
Relationships3rd great-granddaughter of Hans Adam Scheier
4th cousin 3 times removed of Roger Allan Shier
4th cousin 3 times removed of Keith Reginald Shier
ChartsHans Adam Schrier (1673 - 1758)
Last Edited22 Mar 2018
Birth*Mary Elizabeth Hill was born on 25 December 1835 in Eramos Twp., Wellington County, Ontario, Canada
She was the daughter of James Hill and Ann Dunbar
Married Name As of 1853,her married name was Brooks. 
Marriage*Mary Elizabeth Hill married John Brooks in 1853 in Rockwood, Wellington County, Ontario, Canada
Death*Mary Elizabeth Hill died on 25 June 1905 in Guelph, Wellington County, Ontario, Canada, at age 69. 

Family

John Brooks b. 24 June 1824, d. 19 June 1901
Child

Mary Francis Hill

F, b. 13 August 1868, d. 13 April 1947
Mary Frances Hill-Hill (1868 - 1947)
Photo Credit: Minnesota Historical Society
FatherJames Jerome Hill b. 16 Sep 1838, d. 29 May 1916
MotherMary Theresa Mehegan b. 1 Jul 1846, d. 22 Nov 1921
Relationships4th great-granddaughter of Hans Adam Scheier
5th cousin 2 times removed of Roger Allan Shier
5th cousin 2 times removed of Keith Reginald Shier
Last Edited19 Mar 2018
Birth*Mary Francis Hill was born on 13 August 1868 in St. Paul, Ramsay County, Minnnesota, United States
She was the daughter of James Jerome Hill and Mary Theresa Mehegan
Marriage*Mary Francis Hill married Samuel Hill
(Witness) CensusMary Francis Hill appeared on the census of 1 June 1880 in the household of James Jerome Hill in St. Paul, Ramsey County, Minnesota, United States
(Witness) CensusMary Francis Hill appeared on the census of 2 June 1905 in the household of James Jerome Hill in St. Paul, Ramsay County, Minnesota, United States
Death*Mary Francis Hill died on 13 April 1947 at age 78. 
Burial*She was buried in Resurrection Cemetery, Mendota Heights, Dakota County, Minnesota, United States

Family

Samuel Hill b. 13 May 1857, d. 21 February 1931
Children

Mary Menderhall Hill

F, b. 1889
FatherSamuel Hill b. 13 May 1857, d. 21 Feb 1931
MotherMary Francis Hill b. 13 Aug 1868, d. 13 Apr 1947
Relationships5th great-granddaughter of Hans Adam Scheier
6th cousin 1 time removed of Roger Allan Shier
6th cousin 1 time removed of Keith Reginald Shier
Last Edited19 Mar 2018
Birth*Mary Menderhall Hill was born in 1889 in Minnesota, United States
She was the daughter of Samuel Hill and Mary Francis Hill

Maude Hill

F, b. 1903
FatherLouis Warren Hill b. 1872, d. 27 Apr 1948
MotherMaude Van Cortlandt Taylor b. 11 Apr 1870, d. 23 Aug 1961
Relationships5th great-granddaughter of Hans Adam Scheier
6th cousin 1 time removed of Roger Allan Shier
6th cousin 1 time removed of Keith Reginald Shier
Last Edited18 Mar 2018
Birth*Maude Hill was born in 1903 in Minnesota, United States
She was the daughter of Louis Warren Hill and Maude Van Cortlandt Taylor
(Witness) CensusMaude Hill appeared on the census of 11 April 1930 in the household of Louis Warren Hill in St. Paul, Ramsey County, Minnesota, United States; At the time of the 1930 Census, the Louis Warren Hill family had 7 servants in their household. 

Norman Hill

M, b. 1913
FatherRufus Henry Hill b. 6 Feb 1878, d. 27 Dec 1973
MotherMargaret McLeod Teskey b. 21 Jan 1880, d. 7 Oct 1947
Relationships5th great-grandson of Hans Adam Scheier
6th cousin 1 time removed of Roger Allan Shier
6th cousin 1 time removed of Keith Reginald Shier
Last Edited1 Jan 2018
Birth*Norman Hill was born in 1913 in Ontario, Canada
He was the son of Rufus Henry Hill and Margaret McLeod Teskey
(Witness) CensusNorman Hill appeared on the census of 1921 in the household of Rufus Henry Hill in Sault Ste Marie, District of Algoma, Ontario, Canada