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Renneker Descendants

Birth:    Kentucky

Spouse:    UNNAMED
Birth:    Pennsylvania

Children:    Rachel (1818-1901)

1.1 Rachel RENNEKER
Birth:    12 Aug 1818, Ohio
Death:    8 Feb 1901, Flathead Co. MT

Listed as Yenney in 1880 Census
Living with son in law Samuel Stephens in 1900 census

Spouse:    Henry YENNE
Birth:    12 Aug 1817, Northampton Co PA.
Death:    12 Nov 1873
Father:    John George YENNE  (1783-)
Mother:    Mary Magdelena JOHNSON (~1783-)
Marriage:    13 Feb 1840, Lee Township   Carroll County   OH

Children:    George M (1840-1904)
Mary (1842-)
Samuel (1844-1931)
Susan (1845-<1900)
Elizabeth (1847-)
Caroline (1849-)
William (1853-1901)
Henry Jackson (1853-1901)
Mahala (1855-1888)
Jamima (1857-1955)
Jesse (1860-1938)
Isaac Newton (1862-1948)

1.1.1a George M YENNE*
Birth:    17 Dec 1840, Ohio
Death:    28 Apr 1904, Kalispell , MT

Found living with Joseph & Rebecca Yenne in Indiana in 1860
I found the following biography on George M. Yenne.
Dewey from Michigan

George M. Yenne Biography
From: 1884 WETZEL County, WV, Biographies LIST
Hardesty’s Historical and Geographical Encyclopedia
(Comstock Edition, IN: WV Heritage Encyclopedia, Supplemental Volume 2, pages 169-244)
GEORGE YENNE – is one of the most energetic and prosperous of the residents of Grant district, Wetzel County, West Virginia, where he combines the avocations of farmer, blacksmith and wagon manufacturer.   He was born in Tuscarawas County, Ohio, December 17, 1840, and was but six years old when his parents, Henry and Rachel (Renneker) Yenne, made their home in Wetzel County.   He enlisted in the 1861 war, as a member of Company C, 14th Indiana Infantry, and after serving five months and eleven days was discharged on accounty of illness contracted after entering the army.   His first wife, whom he married October 19, 1862, was Elizabeth Eckelberry, and their children were: Richard E., born September 5, 1863; Samuel J. August 16, 1865; Sarah C., December 12, 1867; George E., January 9, 1871, died April 10, 1872; James E. Mc., April 28, 1873, died August 28, 1881; Palmyra F.C., October 23, 1875 – all living children are at home.   In Wetzel County, December 20, 1882, George M. Yenne wedded Sophia (Fluharty) (Robinson), who is a daughter of Henry and Sarah (Eddy) Fluharty, residents in Wetzel County since 1845.   She was born when they were living in Marion County, Virginia, September 25, 1833.   George M. Yenne’s post office address is Pine Grove, Wetzel County, West Virginia.

Spouse:    Elizabeth F. ECKELBERRY
Marriage:    19 Oct 1862, Green County, PA

Children:    Richard M. (1863-1904)
Samuel Jefferson (1865-1921)
Sarah Katherine (1866-1905)
George E. (1871-1872)
James (1873-1881)
Palmaria Frances (1875-1918)

Other spouses:    Sophia FLUHARTY

1.1.1a.1 Richard M. YENNE
Birth:    5 Sep 1863, Wetzel W.V.
Death:    28 Apr 1904, Wetzel W.V.

Spouse:    Harriet A. KING

1.1.1a.2 Samuel Jefferson YENNE
Birth:    16 Jun 1865, Wetzel W.V.
Death:    8 Dec 1921

Spouse:    Anna M. YENNE
Birth:    28 Apr 1872, Indiana
Father:    Samuel YENNE  (1844-1931)
Mother:    Sophia (Sophronia) WILLEMAN (1848-1926)
Marriage:    3 Feb 1898, Red Cloud , NE

Children:    Leola Belle (Living)
Sophonia (Sophia) Elizabeth (Living)

1.1.1a.3 Sarah Katherine YENNE
Birth:    12 Dec 1866, Wetzel W.V.
Death:    17 Nov 1905, Flathead Co. MT

Spouse:    James Nicholas STEVENS
Birth:    Oct 1850, Virginia

Children:    Charles A. (1878-)
Clara ( I Think) (1889-)
Elizabeth Lizzie (1891-1916)
Edna (1893-)
William D. (1898-)
Rosa Bell (1899-1999)
Robert J. (Living)

1.1.1a.4 George E. YENNE
Birth:    9 Jan 1871, Wetzel W.V.
Death:    10 Apr 1872, Wetzel W.V.

1.1.1a.5 James YENNE
Birth:    28 Apr 1873, Wetzel W.V.
Death:    28 Aug 1881, Wetzel W.V.

1.1.1a.6 Palmaria Frances YENNE
(See duplicate branch below)

1.1.1b George M YENNE* (See above)

Spouse:    Sophia FLUHARTY
Birth:    25 Sep 1833, Marion County, Virginia
Father:    Henry FLUHARTY
Mother:    Sarah EDDY

Other spouses:    Elizabeth F. ECKELBERRY

1.1.2 Mary YENNE
Birth:    26 May 1842, Virginia

Spouse:    MOFFOTT

Children:    Samuel (1869-) Samuel MOFFOTT
Birth:    1869, Indiana

Living with grandmother Rachel Yenne in 1880 Census

1.1.3 Samuel YENNE
Birth:    6 Mar 1844, Virginia
Death:    16 Jan 1931
Birth:    6 Mar 1844, Virginia
Death:    16 Jan 1931, Lone Pine, Sanders County, MT

Boarding in the home of James Apperson in 1920

Living with daughter Bernice Mattix in 1930

Spouse:    Sophia (Sophronia) WILLEMAN
Birth:    3 Jun 1848, Indiana
Death:    19 Aug 1926, Sanders, Co. Montana
Birth:    3 Jun 1848, Davis County, Indiana
Death:    19 Aug 1926, Sanders County, MT
Father:    Levi E. WILLEMAN  (1808-)
Mother:    Ann (Etta) CARNAHAN (~1811-)
Marriage:    28 Apr 1870, Martin Co. Indiana

Children:    Alma M. (1872-)
Anna M. (1872-)
Bernice (1874-1951)
Levi E. (1875-1970)
Eliza (1878-)
Joseph C. (1881-949)
Peter S. (1882-1955)
Harry (1884-1961)
George E. (1886-1968)
Osdrew C. (1888-1970) Alma M. YENNE
Birth:    1872, Indiana Anna M. YENNE*
(See duplicate branch above) Anna M. YENNE* (See above)

Spouse:    James C. KERSEY
Birth:    Indiana

Children:    Ora  Osdrew (1890-)
Archie E. (1891-1971)
James Everet (1893-)
Hattie E. (1894-)

Other spouses:    Samuel Jefferson YENNE Bernice YENNE
Birth:    1874, Indiana
Death:    29 May 1951

Spouse:    Louis H. MATTIX
Birth:    abt 1870, Iowa
Death:    20 Nov 1929, Flathead, Montana
Marriage:    26 Jan 1893

Children:    Baby (1903-1903)
Thomas Samuel (~1894-1969)
Raleigh Edward (1895-1910)
Mable Eliza (1897-)
Bessie (1899-)
Nettie A. (Living)
Myrtle Marie (1907-1993)
Gladys Mary (Living)
Sarah (Sadie ) Amber (1911-2001)
Louis  (Lewis) Henry (Living) Levi E. YENNE
Birth:    23 Nov 1875, Shoals Indiana
Death:    21 May 1970, Madera Ca

Spouse:    Mollie REESE
Birth:    abt 1875, Pittsburg, Pa
Father:    REESE
Marriage:    14 Feb 1900

Children:    Dora (Living)
Beulah Jane (Living)
Charles Ellsworth (1904-1969)
Clifford Samuel (1906-1981)
Bernice Mae (1908-1996)
Mary (Living)
Maiville ? (Living) Eliza YENNE
Birth:    1878, Indiana Joseph C. YENNE
Birth:    22 Feb 1881, Smith Center, Kansas
Death:    7/25/1/949, Seattle
Birth:    abt 1879, Indiana

Spouse:    Rubie SEAMAN
Birth:    Aug 1885, Michigan
Father:    UNNAMED  (1847-)
Mother:    UNNAMED

Children:    Ralph (1906-1982)
Edith May (Living)
Baby Boy (Living)
Earl R. (1911-1987) Peter S. YENNE
Birth:    18 Feb 1882, Shoals, Martin, Indiana
Death:    12 Nov 1955, Creston, Flathead Co. Montana

Spouse:    Mary Ethel ( Minnie) O’LEARY
Birth:    8 Feb 1878, Calumet, Houghton Co. Michigan
Death:    5 Jun 1953, Flathead Co. MT
Father:    O’LEARY
Mother:    UNNAMED
Marriage:    abt 1904

Children:    Clyde Bernard (1904-1981)
Florence Mildred (1906-1995)
William Joseph (1908-1994)
Arthur (1908-1908)
Tom Peter (1910-2002)
Frances Marlarene (Living)
Anna Marie (Living) Harry YENNE
Birth:    1 Mar 1884, Kansas
Death:    14 Feb 1961, Santa Cruz California

Spouse:    Evaline GOULD
Birth:    Dec 1888, Iowa
Father:    John L. GOULD  (1851-)
Mother:    Margaret (~1852-)
Marriage:    1906

Children:    Arlis Lloyd (1907-1968)
Ivis Clyde (Living)
Opal (Living)
Ora (1913-2007) George E. YENNE
Birth:    3 Jun 1886, Smith Center, Smith, Kansas
Death:    16 Oct 1968, Auburn, Placer County Ca.

Spouse:    Gussie LARITY
Birth:    26 May 1894, New York
Death:    16 Jan 1949, Santa Cruz, California
Mother:    SCHROTER Osdrew C. YENNE
Birth:    17 Nov 1888, Kansas
Death:    17 Jan 1970, Contra Costa

Spouse:    Mary Irene CONNLY
Birth:    3 Apr 1891, California
Death:    24 Jul 1972, CONTRA COSTA, CA
Father:    CONNLY
Mother:    UNNAMED

1.1.4 Susan YENNE
Birth:    22 Sep 1845, Virginia
Death:    bef 1900
Occupation:    Keeping House

Spouse:    Samuel STEPHENS
Birth:    abt 1831, Pennsylvania

Maybe living in San Francisco as a widow in 1900

Marriage:    12 Jul 1865

Children:    Josephus (~1866-)
Rachel (~1872-)
Mahala (~1873-)
William H. (~1876-)
Thomas J. (~1878-)
Eliza S. (1880-)
Jesse B. (1882-)
James (1884-)
George (1887-)
Etta (1889-) Josephus STEPHENS
Birth:    abt 1866, Virginia Rachel STEPHENS
Birth:    abt 1872, Indiana Mahala STEPHENS
Birth:    abt 1873, Indiama William H. STEPHENS
Birth:    abt 1876, Indiana Thomas J. STEPHENS
Birth:    abt 1878, Kansas Eliza S. STEPHENS
Birth:    Apr 1880, Kansas Samuel STEPHENS
————————————————– Jesse B. STEPHENS
Birth:    Apr 1882 James STEPHENS
Birth:    1884 George STEPHENS
Birth:    1887 Etta STEPHENS
Birth:    1889

1.1.5 Elizabeth YENNE
Birth:    3 Jul 1847, Virginia

1.1.6 Caroline YENNE
Birth:    12 Jan 1849, Virginia

Spouse:    John KENNEDY ?

1.1.7 William YENNE
Birth:    15 May 1853, Virginia
Death:    13 Apr 1901

Spouse:    Eliza BUNDY
Birth:    Mar 1850, Indiana
Father:    BUNDY
Mother:    UNNAMED

Living with son Archey in 1930

Children:    Sophonia (Sophia) (1876-1973)
Mary (1877-)
Henry J. (1878-1926)
Musettie (1880-)
James (1881-1979)
William Arthur (1882-)
Etta May (1884-)
Walter (1885-1974)
Lilla Bell (1887-)
Archey (1889-1974)
Emma (1890-) Sophonia (Sophia) YENNE
Birth:    27 Jan 1876, Kansas
Death:    Jul 1973, Smith Center, Smith, Kansas

Listed as Yenne in the 1900 census

Spouse:    John SHOCKLEY
Birth:    8 May 1877, Iowa
Father:    SHOCKLEY
Mother:    UNNAMED
Marriage:    10 Jan 1899

Children:    Wilber Manuel (Living)
Thomas Everett (1901-1988) Mary YENNE
Birth:    20 Mar 1877, Kansas

Spouse:    Norton GOULD Henry J. YENNE
Birth:    8 Oct 1878, Kansas
Death:    30 Aug 1926

Listed as John in the 1910 Census

Spouse:    Mary
Birth:    1850, Germany Musettie YENNE
Birth:    Feb 1880, Kansas James YENNE
Birth:    8 Jun 1881, Kansas
Death:    24 Jun 1979, Corvallis, Benton, Oregon William Arthur YENNE
Birth:    Dec 1882, Kansas

Spouse:    Vesta A.
Birth:    1889, Kansas Etta May YENNE
Birth:    May 1884, Kansas Walter YENNE
Birth:    15 Oct 1885, Kansas
Death:    Mar 1974, Smith Center, Smith, Kansas Lilla Bell YENNE
Birth:    May 1887, Kansas Archey YENNE
Birth:    Jul 1889, Kansas
Death:    Apr 1974, Barnes, Washington, Kansas

Spouse:    Kathyran
Birth:    14 Nov 1897, Kansas
Death:    Aug 1985
Marriage:    1923

Children:    Raymond (Living)
Donald (Living) Emma YENNE
Birth:    Jul 1890, Kansas

1.1.8 Henry Jackson YENNE
Birth:    15 May 1853, Virginia
Death:    13 Apr 1901

1880 Kansas may not be right

Spouse:    Mary Wilson HAGEN
Birth:    1850, Germany
Marriage:    12 Nov 1874, Martin County , IN

Children:    Minnie (1871-)
E Mma (1871-) Minnie YENNE
Birth:    1871 E Mma YENNE
Birth:    1871

1.1.9 Mahala YENNE
Birth:    5 Apr 1855, Virginia
Death:    27 Jun 1888, Whitefish, MT

Spouse:    Daniel MATHENY

1.1.10 Jamima YENNE
Birth:    25 Apr 1857, Virginia
Death:    1 Jun 1955

Spouse:    UNNAMED

1.1.11 Jesse YENNE
Birth:    22 Mar 1860, Wetzel W.V.
Death:    10 Dec 1938

Living with Mother Rachel in 1880 census
Diane James – Jul 28, 2003   View | Viewers | Reply to this item
Jesse Yenney / Yenne was the youngest in the family, born 22 Mar 1860 in (Wetzel) Virginia [now West Virginia]. He married
Martha Ann Albrighton, daughter of Joseph C and Elizabeth (Allbritten) Albritton.


Jesse was in Montana National Guard, Company H, 16 August 1897

From “The Inter Lake” Kalispell, Montana 27 October 1899.
He brought the first sweet cherries (conflicting info, apples) into the into the Valley and they settled on the east side of Flathead Lake.   He settled just past Bigfork at what is still called Yenne Point today. Flathead cherries are famous for their sweetness and wonderful flavor.

Uncle Jesse had an orchard where now, there is a housing development.   It’s called Yenne Point on Flathead Lake near Bigfork (on the NE side of the lake).
Jesse Yenne owned 120 acres (20 028 N 021 W 022) Patent document ID#   786 cash Nov. 1st 1904
Jesse carried the flour grinding wheel up from Missoula (Missoula to Kalispell – 120 miles) on his back before they had a road!   He was a very big man — “he must have been 6’5″ or 6’7″ and he was built really big.”   Jesse couldn’t write.
He was quite the business man.   Anna tells on the reunion tape her memories of how smart he was and it’s really obvious to me that she adored her Uncle Jesse.   Anyway, Jesse and Martha were apparently very good with kids and loved them enormously.
(out-of-print) Flathead County Library Call # 978.682 Elwood
-by Henry Elwood copyright 1980, 1989
page 193 LAKE BLAINE AREA, by Joel Austin
Some of the early loggers that logged for Wallace are:   Henry Weaver, Luce, Blackmer, the Yenne family, Riedels, and Anderson.
page 116 MY SIXTY-SIX YEARS IN THE FLATHEAD FROM 1886, by Matt Eccles
“Lumber and Grist Grinding”
The spring, 1890, Father bought a one-half interest in a grist sawmill at Mill Creek, east of where Creston is now.   The mill had been built by George and Jesse Yenne. (Creston – a few <10> miles east of Kalispell on Hwy 2)
One of the first sawmills in Flathead Valley was built on Mill Creek near what is now Creston by George Yenne.   The mill was equipped with old-fashioned English gate saws that worked up and down.   A few years later,
ownership of the mill passed to Jesse Yenne who installed circular saws.   [A photo of the Yenne & Eccles Mill in 1890 found on this page.]

page 187 EAST OF THE FLATHEAD RIVER, by Linda Norem
The main establishment in Egan was a store started by Jesse Yenne, a well-known millman.   He started the first store in May, 1885.   William and Ralph Ramsdell bought out Yenne’s interests in December, 1887.
**Egan: Post office established in 1888, with Jesse Yenne as postmaster. Across the Flathead River and to the east of Demersville, about four miles.
page 189 THE UPPER MILL CREEK AREA, by Debbie Sanders and Keith Hammer
The first productive establishment to be started in this area was a small sawmill built by Jesse Yenne.   It was located upstream from the present fish hatchery, but it is now submerged in the Jessup Mill Pond.   At this time the area had not been cleared, and the creek, then known as Lang Creek, was still a free-flowing stream.
page 190 – The sawmill became known as the Yenne-Eccles Mill when Joseph Eccles entered into partnership with Yenne.   The mill did not become very productive and did not provide enough lumber for other areas, and so several years later Yenne, being a jack-of-all-grades, started a larger sawmill in conjunction with a grist mill farther downstream.   This allowed for the production of both finished lumber and a patent flour, equal to imported brands…
The first flour mill on the east side was erected by George M. and Jesse Yenne.   Jesse Yenne and James Lang had hauled the equipment through the snow from the west side of Flathead Lake during the winter of 1886-87.   It ran on Mill Creek, turning out excellent products but didn’t last long because the men didn’t own the water rights.
page 201 BIGFORK “The East Shore” – Jesse Yenney homesteaded on the east shore at what is now known as Yenney’s Point.   He is believed to be the first person to grow apples in the area.

Early Flathead and Tobacco Plains by Marie Cuffee Shea
copyright 1977 (out-of-print)
Flathead County Library Call # 978.68 Shea
page 57 – The village of Egan grew up about a mile east of the ferry on rich level land.   There were several nice residences, a good hotel and boarding house, blacksmith shop, livery stable, two saloons and an excellent store.
This store was first started in May, 1885, by Jess Yenne, and sold by him in December 1887 to Ralph and Billy Ramsdell.   The following February, 1888, three miles south of Egan on Lang Creek (sometimes called Mill Creek), George and Jesse Yenne started a grist mill for flour, and produced an excellent flour for many years; this soon developed into a sawmill and planer also, which with its bunkhouses and dining rooms, carpenter and blacksmith shop was almost a village in itself (Yenneville). The Yenne families later developed a fine fruit farm on the east shore of Flathead Lake.
page 79 – March, 1892:   B. J. McIntire made an “address” and signed up as one of the 30 charter members of the General Lyons Post of “old soldiers” organized March 11, 1892, at Conrad’s Hall, Kalispell.   Other “old soldiers” were McKay, Palmer, Plume, Ayres, Meyers, Emerson, Trent, Gregg, Sherer, Haak, Bowdish, Gregg, Wait, Hogue, Lloyd, Yenne, Judge, Apgar, Parsons, Lee and Burnham–this is only about half, all others are requested to become charter members at the next meeting.
page 105 – In 1887, the word that the Great Northern Railroad was building toward the Flathead offered another opportunity: the brothers bought out Jesse Yenne’s store at Egan…
FLATHEAD LAKE, FROM GLACIERS TO CHERRIES, by R.C. “Chuck” Robbin.   Call #   978.68 Robbin.   on pages 41 & 42. – Jesse Yenne homesteaded at what was known as Yenne’s Point around 1900.   The point is today known by that name.   Most of the fruit raised in the area were apples, with Yenne growing the first ones.   He was interested in logging, having logged the Weberg place south of Woods Bay and the Bellmore property about one half mile north of the same area.
Another book is “The Southeast Quarter” by Lloyd Fagerland.   It is a collection of stories about the people in the Bigfork and surrounding area.   Page 59 “local happenings 1914-1915″…Walter Hanson bought a Ford car and was learning to drive.   A week or two before that item made the news, there was a note that Walter Hart was giving Hanson a driving lesson. The car became disabled while attempting to turn around at Yennes and the pair had to walk back to town.
Page 63….Jesse Yenne, who originally settled in the Egan Community, now lived on the point at Woods Bay that bears his name.   The Yennes had changed their name from Yenney, which had the unusual distinction of being spelled the same from either end.   The “News” reported that Yenne was suffering from a severe case of gout, which he believed was caused from eating too many sour cherries.   Another story noted that he had sold $60 worth of beans to the Flathead Commercial.   Yenne had a large orchard with several different kinds of fruit trees.   – from Deborah Aldrich:
(J.C. Wood planted the first cherry trees consisting of the Bing and Royal Anne varieties.   He was also the first orchardist to test the possibilities of shipping cherries to distant markets. Wood’s cherries, shipped all the way to New York, came through in find shape, proving that Flathead cherries were some of the best shipping cherries in the nation, holding their flavor and quality for a week to 10 days under the right conditions.)

from the book:
“Before Kalispell: Demersville, Ashley, Egan, Half Moon, Salish”
by Paul Strong
page 29
…In 1887, Jesse Yenne opened a saw mill on Mill Creek south of Egan. This area he called Yenneville.   This was the first steam operated mill in the valley and provided much of the lumber for the town of Demersville.   In Dec., 1888, Yenne announced that he would build a grist mill to process grain.   This would eliminate the necessity of hauling grain the 120 miles to Missoula to have it floured.   This mill did not open until Jan., 1891.   The stones were shipped in from the Wahburn-Crosby Mill of Minneapolis.   The top stone weighed 1,000 pounds.   The name Yenneyville never stuck to this area though it became quite a settlement in its own rite.   Instead it was always considered a part of Egan, though it was located some ways from it. Before it disappeared, Yenneyville consisted of the saw mill, grist mill and a brewery.
page 35
…There is no record in the “interlake” of any legal action taken against the Indians.   Mr. Deschamp did site Yenne and Eccles for allowing saw dust to enter Mill Creek below their saw mill.   The Mill was located back from the river on the east side.   It was the first saw mill built on the east side and the first steam operated mill in the valley.   Yenne and Eccles were fined $50.00.
page 42
blurry photo of Yenne sawmill 1890.   Yenne and Eccles saw mill. First steam operated saw mill.   Provided lumber for Demersville.
page 45
…This may be why, when Demersville started to grow rapidly the “Dora” could be found moving back and forth between the Yenne saw mill and the Demersville dock.   Yenne had built a tram from the mill down to the rivers edge so that lumber could be loaded straight onto the “Dora” for transport across the river.
…This one was much larger than the “Grant” and built from lumber made in the Yenne Saw Mill.
page 80
Yenne is building a tram from his saw mill on Mill Creek, down to the river.   This will allow the transport of finished lumber down to the river where it can be easily loaded onto a barge (this is the “Dora”) and brought to Demersville.
page 89
December 4, 1891 “Interlake” newspaper. Yenne is looking for a new partner in his business at Egan.
Flathead County, MT, 1905 – 1906 Kalispell City Directory and Flathead County Directory
Surname: Yenne
Given Name: Jesse
Land Status: farmer
Land Description: W 022, 28, 21; 30, 26, 19, 144, $1,115
City: Big Fork
**1910 Census, Flathead Co, MT:
Jesse Yenne 50 M 19y VA US PA Carpenter;
Martha A. 44 0ch KY NC TN,
Joseph C. Albritton Father-in-law 74 Single NC
**1920 Census, Flathead Co, MT:
Jesse Yenne 59 WV,
Martha A. 57 KY,
Edith N Grand Niece 12 MT,
Earl R Grandnephew 9 MT
—Obit: passed away this morning [10 Dec 1938] at his home on the east shore
south of Bigfork; came to the Flathead 40years ago; was past 78y old; funeral
Monday afternoon at 2 o’clock; burial Conrad.
Headstone says Jesse Yenney. – abbreviated obit from Pat (Donahue) Calhoun   Jesse (Hebrew) God exists,   (biblical), gift; oblation; one who is a gift.


Martha Ann (Albrighton) Yenney / Yenne was born 17 Dec 1862 in (Graves) Kentucky.


Born during United States civil war.
Aunt Martha actually died in the County Hospital and had been there a year,
According to this death certificate name written as Yenney
Auntie Sadie said they had no children of their own, but did take care of Joe Yenne’s 2 kids for years…..Hmmm.   I have listed under my note that Jesse & Martha cared for the two kids these names:
Lee, Pete, George, Chub, Joe, and
Harry – he was Iris, Opal, Oral, and Arliss’s Dad – bfw
Patentee Name:
Document #: 01483
Accession/Serial #: 129475
BLM Serial #: MTKAL 0001483
Issue Date: May 12, 1910 ((signed same day as Joe Yenne))
Authority: July 1, 1864: SALE-TOWNSITE SETTLEMENT (13 Stat. 343)
Acres: 0.161
Land Office: KALISPELL
Montana Death Index, 1989-98 at
YENNEY , MARTHA A   father??: YENNEY died: 07 11 1956   age62 CASCADE County, MONTANA residence: CASCADE   MARRIED OR SEPARATED file# 263
Headstone says Martha A Yenney.
Obit: [Daily Inter Lake, 8 Nov 1956, p1,c6] widow of Jesse Yenney, res of
Flathead since 1889, native of Graves Co, KY; m 26 Oct 1890; made home at Egan near Creston where he operated a store & later a sawmill; 58y they moved to Flathead Lake near Wood Bay which was known as Yenney’s Point & operated an orchard; after he died in 1938 she moved to Kalispell; survived by 11 nieces & nephews: Judge Dean King of Kalispell; John Albritton of Somers; Thomas Sanford of Eugene OR; Morris Sanford of Helena; James Sanford of Salem OR; Elizabeth Carr of Linco NE; Lucy Hughs, NY, NY; William Hughs, Omaha NE; Virgil & Lucille Boyce in C; Carlisle King of Seattle WA; funeral Saturday, burial Conrad. – abreviated obit from Pat (Donahue) Calhoun

Spouse:    Martha Ann ALBRIGHTON
Birth:    17 Dec 1862, Graves Co. Ky
Death:    7 Nov 1956, Kalispell , MT
Father:    Joseph C ALBRIGHTON
Mother:    Elizabeth

1.1.12a Isaac Newton YENNE*
Birth:    5 Nov 1862, Wetzel W.V.
Death:    14 Jun 1948, Eugene OR

Living with Mother in 1880 census
Listed as Yenney in 1880 Census

Spouse:    Sarah Jane JOHNS
Birth:    13 Sep 1862, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY
Death:    7 Oct 1892, Albany Or.
Marriage:    25 Jul 1880

Children:    Edward (1882-1962)
Maude May (1884-1962)
Frank Leroy (1886-)
Herbert (1887-1954)
Albert (1889-1891)
Walter Ray (1890-)

Other spouses:    Palmaria Frances YENNE

1.1.12a.1 Edward YENNE
Birth:    15 Dec 1882, Smith KS
Death:    17 May 1962, Lane Co. Oregon

Spouse:    Nellie VAN ALLEN
Birth:    abt 1896, Montana
Death:    18 Apr 1942, Pierce County Washington
Father:    VAN ALLEN

A patient in the Washington State Hospital In Steilacoom, Pierce County Washington in 1930
1930 United States Federal Census >Washington >Pierce >Steilacoom >District 87

Children:    Alice (~1899-)
Velma May (1914-2002)
Walter Edward (1916-1969)
Rosalie Elaine (1924-2002)
Eilleen (Living)

1.1.12a.2a Maude May YENNE*
Birth:    31 Aug 1884, Smith KS
Death:    1 Jul 1962, Marion County, Oregon

Spouse:    Frank JONES
Birth:    1879, Wisconsin
Death:    16 Dec 1918, Oregon

Children:    Johnie Franklin (Living)
Alfred Leroy (Living)
Nettie May (Living)
Mildred Jane (Living)
Sylvia Gertrude (Living)
Edna Grace (Living)

Other spouses:    Walter STOTLER

1.1.12a.2b Maude May YENNE* (See above)

Spouse:    Walter STOTLER
Birth:    14 Aug 1886, Salem Oregon
Mother:    UNNAMED

Children:    Ella Mae (1922-1998)
Walter L. ( Buddie) (Living)

Other spouses:    Frank JONES

1.1.12a.3 Frank Leroy YENNE
Birth:    23 Jul 1886, Smith KS

Spouse:    Hazel B. PYLE
Birth:    abt 1893, Iowa

Children:    Alice Frankie (1912-2003)
Donald Ray (1914-1997)
Jack Milford (1918-1975)
Walter Dale (Living)

1.1.12a.4a Herbert YENNE*
Birth:    1 Jun 1887, Smith KS
Death:    1 Jun 1954, Mt. Vernon Washington

Spouse:    Jessie C. SEAMAN
Birth:    abt 1886, Michigan
Father:    SEAMAN
Mother:    UNNAMED
Marriage:    15 Dec 1903, Kalispell , MT

Children:    Carl (1907-1975)
Baby (1904-1904)

Other spouses:    Mary SWANSON

1.1.12a.4b Herbert YENNE* (See above)

Spouse:    Mary SWANSON

Other spouses:    Jessie C. SEAMAN

1.1.12a.5 Albert YENNE
Birth:    23 Dec 1889, WV.
Death:    1891

1.1.12a.6 Walter Ray YENNE
Birth:    3 Oct 1890, Smith KS

Spouse:    Nora Fay HOISINGTON (Living)
Father:    William HOISINGTON  (1857-)
Mother:    Mary (1864-)

Children:    Fay Lenora (Living)
Walter Leroy (1919-1982)
James W. Jimmie (1923-1943)
Roy N. (1925-1993)

1.1.12b Isaac Newton YENNE* (See above)

Spouse:    Palmaria Frances YENNE
Birth:    3 Oct 1875, Virginia
Death:    16 Dec 1918, Eugene OR
Father:    George M YENNE  (1840-1904)
Mother:    Elizabeth F. ECKELBERRY
Marriage:    8 Jul 1898, Red Cloud NE

Children:    Edwin J (1896-1964)
Goldie (1899-1962)
Lester (1900-1981)
Daisey (1903-1988)
Florance Delila (1904-1982)
Hazel Nadine (1908-1996)
Charles (1911-1911)

Other spouses:    Sarah Jane JOHNS

1.1.12b.1 Edwin J YENNE
Birth:    31 May 1896, Montana
Death:    15 May 1964, Lane Co. Oregon

Spouse:    Louise ANDERSON
Birth:    1899, Oregon
Father:    William A. ANDERSON  (1867-)
Mother:    Anna (1867-)
Marriage:    18 May 1922, Salem, Marion County, Oregon  ?

Goldie YENNE

1.1.12b.2 Goldie YENNE
Birth:    7 Jan 1899, Belaire KS
Death:    23 Jun 1962, Ashland OR.
Burial:    Sutter Cem.

Clarence Mumford FLETCHER

Spouse:    Clarence Mumford FLETCHER
Birth:    15 Jun 1890, Friend, Saline Co. NE
Death:    23 Oct 1972, Yuba City, Sutter Co. CA
Father:    Byron Wesley FLETCHER  (1856-1935)
Mother:    Fannie Ella MUMFORD (1859-1945)

The Saline County Standard (Friend, NE), 20 June 1890, page 3, “Local Siftings” transcribed by Susan Tinney for the on 4 December 2005

BORN:–To Mr. and Mrs. Byron FLETCHER, on Sunday, June 15th, a son.

Marriage:    2 Jun 1923, Yuba City, Sutter Co. CA

Children:    Charles Newton (1924-2004)

1.1.12b.3 Lester YENNE
Birth:    28 Oct 1900, Montana
Death:    10 Sep 1981, Lane Co. Oregon

Spouse:    Phebe Christine WILD
Birth:    19 Oct 1900, Nebraska
Death:    6 Feb 1982, Lane Co. Oregon
Marriage:    8 Nov 1922

Children:    Phyllis (Living)
Barbara (Living)

1.1.12b.4 Daisey YENNE
Birth:    3 Apr 1903, Flathead Co. MT
Death:    2 Jan 1988, Eugene OR

Living with her dad Isaac Newton Yenne in 1930

Spouse:    Lester Dale BOWERS
Birth:    4 May 1902, Oregon
Death:    5 Jun 1974, Multnomah Co. Oregon
Marriage:    10 Nov 1923, Eugene OR

Children:    Lester L. (Living)
Velma Jean (Living)
James Richard (Living)

1.1.12b.5 Florance Delila YENNE
Birth:    29 Dec 1904, Flathead Co. MT
Death:    Mar 1982, Springfield, Lane, Oregon

Spouse:    Franklin R. RANDLE
Birth:    15 Sep 1906, Eugene OR
Death:    14 Aug 1994, Springfield, Lane, Oregon
Father:    James N. RANDLE  (1859-<1920)
Mother:    Louisa H. (1869-)
Marriage:    abt 1926

Children:    Betty Joan
Jenet Louise

1.1.12b.6 Hazel Nadine YENNE
Birth:    6 Aug 1908, Flathead Co. MT
Death:    29 Dec 1996, Springfield, Lane, Oregon

Spouse:    Charles L BOWERS
Birth:    6 Feb 1906, Oregon
Death:    22 Nov 1988, Springfield, Lane, Oregon
Father:    BOWERS
Mother:    UNNAMED
Marriage:    2 May 1928, Eugene,  OR

Children:    Dolores June (1932-2005)
Donald Leroy (Living)

1.1.12b.7 Charles YENNE
Birth:    22 Sep 1911, Kalispell , MT
Death:    22 Sep 1911, Kalispell , MT


Anna    parent of spouse of 1.1.12b.1
Elizabeth    parent of spouse of 1.1.11
Kathyran    spouse of
Louisa H.    parent of spouse of 1.1.12b.5
Margaret    parent of spouse of
Mary    spouse of
Mary    parent of spouse of 1.1.12a.6
UNNAMED    spouse of 1.1.10
UNNAMED    spouse of 1
UNNAMED    parent of spouse of
UNNAMED    parent of spouse of 1.1.12b.6
UNNAMED    parent of spouse of 1.1.12a.4a
UNNAMED    parent of spouse of 1.1.7
UNNAMED    parent of spouse of
UNNAMED    parent of spouse of
UNNAMED    parent of spouse of 1.1.12a.2b
UNNAMED    parent of spouse of
UNNAMED    parent of spouse of
Vesta A.    spouse of
Joseph C    parent of spouse of 1.1.11
Martha Ann    spouse of 1.1.11
UNNAMED (VAN)    parent of spouse of 1.1.12a.1
Nellie (VAN)    spouse of 1.1.12a.1
Louise    spouse of 1.1.12b.1
William A.    parent of spouse of 1.1.12b.1
UNNAMED    parent of spouse of 1.1.12b.6
Charles L    spouse of 1.1.12b.6
Dolores June    child of 1.1.12b.6
Donald Leroy    child of 1.1.12b.6
James Richard    child of 1.1.12b.4
Lester Dale    spouse of 1.1.12b.4
Lester L.    child of 1.1.12b.4
Velma Jean    child of 1.1.12b.4
UNNAMED    parent of spouse of 1.1.7
Eliza    spouse of 1.1.7
Ann (Etta)    parent of spouse of 1.1.3
UNNAMED    parent of spouse of
Mary Irene    spouse of
Elizabeth F.    spouse of 1.1.1a
Elizabeth F.    parent of spouse of 1.1.12b
Sarah    parent of spouse of 1.1.1b
Byron Wesley    parent of spouse of 1.1.12b.2
Charles Newton    child of 1.1.12b.2
Clarence Mumford    spouse of 1.1.12b.2
Henry    parent of spouse of 1.1.1b
Sophia    spouse of 1.1.1b
Evaline    spouse of
John L.    parent of spouse of
Norton    spouse of
Mary Wilson    spouse of 1.1.8
Nora Fay    spouse of 1.1.12a.6
William    parent of spouse of 1.1.12a.6
Sarah Jane    spouse of 1.1.12a
Mary Magdelena    parent of spouse of 1.1
Alfred Leroy    child of 1.1.12a.2a
Edna Grace    child of 1.1.12a.2a
Frank    spouse of 1.1.12a.2a
Johnie Franklin    child of 1.1.12a.2a
Mildred Jane    child of 1.1.12a.2a
Nettie May    child of 1.1.12a.2a
Sylvia Gertrude    child of 1.1.12a.2a
John    spouse of 1.1.6
Archie E.    child of
Hattie E.    child of
James C.    spouse of
James Everet    child of
Ora  Osdrew    child of
Harriet A.    spouse of 1.1.1a.1
Gussie    spouse of
Daniel    spouse of 1.1.9
Baby    child of
Bessie    child of
Gladys Mary    child of
Louis  (Lewis) Henry    child of
Louis H.    spouse of
Mable Eliza    child of
Myrtle Marie    child of
Nettie A.    child of
Raleigh Edward    child of
Sarah (Sadie ) Amber    child of
Thomas Samuel    child of
UNNAMED    spouse of 1.1.2
Fannie Ella    parent of spouse of 1.1.12b.2
UNNAMED    parent of spouse of
Mary Ethel ( Minnie)    spouse of
Hazel B.    spouse of 1.1.12a.3
Betty Joan    child of 1.1.12b.5
Jenet Louise    child of 1.1.12b.5
Franklin R.    spouse of 1.1.12b.5
James N.    parent of spouse of 1.1.12b.5
UNNAMED    parent of spouse of
Mollie    spouse of
Rachel    1.1
UNNAMED    parent of spouse of
UNNAMED    parent of spouse of 1.1.12a.4a
Jessie C.    spouse of 1.1.12a.4a
Rubie    spouse of
UNNAMED    parent of spouse of
John    spouse of
Thomas Everett    child of
Wilber Manuel    child of
UNNAMED    parent of spouse of 1.1.12a.2b
Eliza S.
Jesse B.
Samuel    spouse of 1.1.4
Thomas J.
William H.
Charles A.    child of 1.1.1a.3
Clara ( I Think)    child of 1.1.1a.3
Edna    child of 1.1.1a.3
Elizabeth Lizzie    child of 1.1.1a.3
James Nicholas    spouse of 1.1.1a.3
Robert J.    child of 1.1.1a.3
Rosa Bell    child of 1.1.1a.3
William D.    child of 1.1.1a.3
Walter    spouse of 1.1.12a.2b
Walter L. ( Buddie)    child of 1.1.12a.2b
Ella Mae    child of 1.1.12a.2b
Mary    spouse of 1.1.12a.4b
Phebe Christine    spouse of 1.1.12b.3
Levi E.    parent of spouse of 1.1.3
Sophia (Sophronia)    parent of spouse of 1.1.1a.2
Sophia (Sophronia)    spouse of 1.1.3
Albert    1.1.12a.5
Alice    child of 1.1.12a.1
Alice Frankie    child of 1.1.12a.3
Alma M.
Anna M.
Anna Marie    child of
Arlis Lloyd    child of
Arthur    child of
Baby    child of 1.1.12a.4a
Baby Boy    child of
Barbara    child of 1.1.12b.3
Bernice Mae    child of
Beulah Jane    child of
Carl    child of 1.1.12a.4a
Caroline    1.1.6
Charles    1.1.12b.7
Charles Ellsworth    child of
Clifford Samuel    child of
Clyde Bernard    child of
Daisey    1.1.12b.4
Donald    child of
Donald Ray    child of 1.1.12a.3
Dora    child of
E Mma
Earl R.    child of
Edith May    child of
Edward    1.1.12a.1
Edwin J    1.1.12b.1
Eilleen    child of 1.1.12a.1
Elizabeth    1.1.5
Etta May
Fay Lenora    child of 1.1.12a.6
Florance Delila    1.1.12b.5
Florence Mildred    child of
Frances Marlarene    child of
Frank Leroy    1.1.12a.3
George E.    1.1.1a.4
George E.
George M    1.1.1a
George M    parent of spouse of 1.1.12b
Goldie    1.1.12b.2
Hazel Nadine    1.1.12b.6
Henry    spouse of 1.1
Henry J.
Henry Jackson    1.1.8
Herbert    1.1.12a.4a
Isaac Newton    1.1.12a
Ivis Clyde    child of
Jack Milford    child of 1.1.12a.3
James    1.1.1a.5
James W. Jimmie    child of 1.1.12a.6
Jamima    1.1.10
Jesse    1.1.11
John George    parent of spouse of 1.1
Joseph C.
Leola Belle    child of 1.1.1a.2
Lester    1.1.12b.3
Levi E.
Lilla Bell
Mahala    1.1.9
Maiville ?    child of
Mary    1.1.2
Mary    child of
Maude May    1.1.12a.2a
Opal    child of
Ora    child of
Osdrew C.
Palmaria Frances    1.1.1a.6
Peter S.
Phyllis    child of 1.1.12b.3
Ralph    child of
Raymond    child of
Richard M.    1.1.1a.1
Rosalie Elaine    child of 1.1.12a.1
Roy N.    child of 1.1.12a.6
Samuel    parent of spouse of 1.1.1a.2
Samuel    1.1.3
Samuel Jefferson    1.1.1a.2
Sarah Katherine    1.1.1a.3
Sophonia (Sophia)
Sophonia (Sophia) Elizabeth    child of 1.1.1a.2
Susan    1.1.4
Tom Peter    child of
Velma May    child of 1.1.12a.1
Walter Dale    child of 1.1.12a.3
Walter Edward    child of 1.1.12a.1
Walter Leroy    child of 1.1.12a.6
Walter Ray    1.1.12a.6
William    1.1.7
William Arthur
William Joseph    child of

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