Mary Allison

ID# 12162, born 16 August, died 1 December 2000
     Mary Allison was born on 16 August.


     Mary Allison was married to Edwin David Kerr on Saturday, 18 November 1950.

     Mary Allison died on Friday, 1 December 2000, in West Bend, Washington Co., Wisconsin, U.S.A..

     She was buried, Milwaukee Co.
ChartsBULL Tree
Last Edited22 Oct. 2006

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Donald Henry Kerr

ID# 12178, born 20 April 1919, died 4 October 1937
Father*Arthur Isaac Kerr born 20 Oct. 1883, died 23 Feb. 1963
Mother*Edna Frances Hansen born 22 Oct. 1887, died 23 May 1972
Relationship12th great-grandson of my Top of Tree Bull
     Donald Henry Kerr, son of Arthur Isaac Kerr and Edna Frances Hansen, was born in Brookfield, Waukesha Co., Wisconsin, U.S.A., on Sunday, 20 April 1919.


     Donald Henry Kerr, son of Arthur Isaac Kerr and Edna Frances Hansen, died on Monday, 4 October 1937, in Waukesha, Waukesha Co., Wisconsin, U.S.A..

     He was buried, Waukesha Co.
ChartsBULL Tree
Last Edited4 Aug. 2005

Arthur Roger Kerr

ID# 12179, born 28 June 1920, died 23 September 2003
Father*Arthur Isaac Kerr born 20 Oct. 1883, died 23 Feb. 1963
Mother*Edna Frances Hansen born 22 Oct. 1887, died 23 May 1972
Relationship12th great-grandson of my Top of Tree Bull
     Arthur Roger Kerr, son of Arthur Isaac Kerr and Edna Frances Hansen, was born in Brookfield, Waukesha Co., Wisconsin, U.S.A., on Monday, 28 June 1920.


     Arthur Roger Kerr was married to Mildred Serrers on Sunday, 27 June 1971. Arthur Roger Kerr and Mildred Kerr nee Serres were divorced on 16 March 1977.1

     Arthur Roger Kerr, son of Arthur Isaac Kerr and Edna Frances Hansen, died on Tuesday, 23 September 2003, in Milwaukee, Milwaukee Co., Wisconsin, U.S.A..1

     He was buried, Waukesha Co. on Saturday, 27 September 2003.1
ChartsBULL Tree
Last Edited13 Jul. 2004

Citations

  1. [S61] "Research by Sue Kosanke", July 2004, Sue Kosanke (U.S.A.), to Martin Jackson (Martin Jackson's Family Archives); Collection of Sue Kosanke, U.S.A.. Hereinafter cited as "Research by Sue Kosanke."

Mildred Serrers

ID# 12189, born 27 September 1914, died 30 July 1999
     Mildred Serrers was born in Merton, Waukesha Co., Wisconsin, U.S.A., on Sunday, 27 September 1914.1


     Mildred Serrers was married to Arthur Roger Kerr on Sunday, 27 June 1971. Mildred Kerr nee Serres and Arthur Roger Kerr were divorced on 16 March 1977.1

     Mildred Kerr nee Serres died on Friday, 30 July 1999.1
ChartsBULL Tree
Last Edited29 Jul. 2006

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Citations

  1. [S61] "Research by Sue Kosanke", July 2004, Sue Kosanke (U.S.A.), to Martin Jackson (Martin Jackson's Family Archives); Collection of Sue Kosanke, U.S.A.. Hereinafter cited as "Research by Sue Kosanke."

Kenneth Leslie Kerr

ID# 12190, born 31 July 1925, died 20 June 2004
Father*Arthur Isaac Kerr born 20 Oct. 1883, died 23 Feb. 1963
Mother*Edna Frances Hansen born 22 Oct. 1887, died 23 May 1972
Relationship12th great-grandson of my Top of Tree Bull
     Kenneth Leslie Kerr, son of Arthur Isaac Kerr and Edna Frances Hansen, was born in Brookfield, Waukesha Co., Wisconsin, U.S.A., on Friday, 31 July 1925.


     Kenneth Leslie Kerr, son of Arthur Isaac Kerr and Edna Frances Hansen, died on Sunday, 20 June 2004, in Waukesha, Waukesha Co., Wisconsin, Minnesota.1

     He was buried, Waukesha Co. on Tuesday, 29 June 2004.1

Family

Child
ChartsBULL Tree
Last Edited13 Jul. 2004

Citations

  1. [S61] "Research by Sue Kosanke", July 2004, Sue Kosanke (U.S.A.), to Martin Jackson (Martin Jackson's Family Archives); Collection of Sue Kosanke, U.S.A.. Hereinafter cited as "Research by Sue Kosanke."

Kristopher Kerr

ID# 12210, born 30 September 1959, died 16 July 1978
Father*Kenneth Leslie Kerr born 31 Jul. 1925, died 20 Jun. 2004
Relationship13th great-grandson of my Top of Tree Bull
     Kristopher Kerr, son of Kenneth Leslie Kerr, was born in Waukesha Co., Wisconsin, U.S.A., on Wednesday, 30 September 1959.


     Kristopher Kerr, son of Kenneth Leslie Kerr, died on Sunday, 16 July 1978, in Hartland, Waukesha Co., Wisconsin, U.S.A..

     He was buried, Waukesha Co.
Last Edited4 Aug. 2005

Kevin Gwylam Kerr

ID# 12217, born 28 July 1955, died 10 April 2006
Relationship13th great-grandson of my Top of Tree Bull
     Kevin Gwylam Kerr was born on Thursday, 28 July 1955.


     Kevin Gwylam Kerr was married to Edith Sponum on Friday, 19 April 1974 at Rome, Jefferson Co., Wisconsin, U.S.A..

     Kevin Gwylam Kerr died on Monday, 10 April 2006, in Milton, Whitewater, Wisconsin, U.S.A.,"details in note below."1

     Death Leaves Police, Others Wondering Why
Student's Death Means They'll Probably Never Know Why The Young Man Apparently Killed His Parents And Set Their Home On Fire.
Wisconsin State Journal :: LOCAL :: C1
Saturday, April 22, 2006
GEORGE HESSELBERG ghesselberg@madison.com 608-252-6140
A 22-year-old man's death at UW Hospital's burn unit means police may never know why Daniel Kerr apparently shot his parents to death, then set their Milton home on fire, Rock County Sheriff's Department Lt. Bill Harper said.
Kerr survived for 10 days in a Madison hospital before succumbing to severe burns Thursday. Harper said Kerr, a UW-Whitewater sophomore, was the only suspect in the fire and the killings of Kevin G. and Edith A. Kerr, both 50. They died April 10 of multiple gunshot wounds.
When authorities found the injured Kerr outside the home, after a neighbor helped put out flames on his body, he told police his parents were still inside. Emergency workers found their bodies in a bedroom, according to the Sheriff's Department. Kerr apparently doused the house with gasoline but an ignition source, such as a pilot light, probably lighted the fumes and caused an explosion, Harper said. Kerr had been in a coma before he died.
Although Harper said investigators have no motive for the crimes and will probably never find one, police reports released Friday show police contacted Kerr before the shootings and fire after two fellow students complained about him. The reports were released to the Wisconsin State Journal following an open records request.

On the day his parents were found dead and he was burned, a Milton officer contacted Kerr to tell him to leave the two students alone. Both students were members of a campus philosophy club, where they met Kerr.
The female student said she contacted police because she was worried about comments Kerr made during a meeting on campus after she tried to break off contact with him. The student -- who said she had gone to a ballet with Kerr once -- believed Kerr was jealous of the other student because she was now dating him.
The woman said he told her, "I know what I am, I am repulsive," and she was concerned "he might want to harm himself," according to the police reports. Kerr also told her at that meeting that it was "a good thing (the rival) was not there ... or I would have shot him."
The woman told UW-Whitewater Police Officer Jason Burt that Kerr later called her to apologize for upsetting her.
According to the report, Milton police Sgt. John Conger "advised (police) that Kerr had made similar comments in 2001 at Milton High School," including talk of "shooting people and bombs." Conger also said Kerr threatened to kill a Jewish girl at school and had called himself a Nazi. Conger said he referred the matter to the Rock County District Attorney's Office but it was never prosecuted, according to the report.
During a 7:45 p.m. interview at the Whitewater Police Department with the woman, another officer entered the room and said Conger "had contacted Kerr and that he was with his parents." Conger also reported that Kerr's family owned hunting rifles.
Told there was probably no criminal charge the police could refer against Kerr, "(the student) said that she was more concerned that Kerr receive some help and was concerned about her own safety."
Officers from the Whitewater and UW-Whitewater police who were interviewing the woman asked Milton police to again contact Kerr and warn him that any further contact with the woman, the other student or the club they all belonged to could result in criminal charges.
At 11 p.m. April 10, Burt left a message requesting an extra patrol near the woman's classes the next day. Shortly after that, campus police were contacted by Milton police and told of the fire at the Kerr home.
Harper said Friday the UW-Whitewater events were not considered to be related to what it might have been."the crimes at the Kerr residence. He said the crime lab is examining a rifle recovered from the home. It was loaded when it was found, he said.
"What we are going to do is get all our reports done. We have one piece of evidence we found that is still being looked at the crime lab. We'll send (the reports) to the district attorney, probably next week. We anticipate that the (district attorney) will concur with our evaluation of the evidence and determine that there is no other suspect. That is when the case would be closed."
Harper said "there's no indication he was attempting suicide" and no obvious motive for murdering his parents.
"I don't think we'll ever know," he said. "There's no evidence to indicate what it might have been."1

Family

Edith Sponum born 9 June 1955, died 10 April 2006
Children
Last Edited6 Jun. 2006

Citations

  1. [S403] M. Akin, "Research by Matt Akin," e-mail message from e-mail address , March 2006 onwards, Details sent to Martin Jackson by email on 6 June 2006. <
    http://www.madison.com/archives/read.php >

Edith Sponum

ID# 12242, born 9 June 1955, died 10 April 2006
     Edith Sponum was born on Thursday, 9 June 1955.


     Edith Sponum was married to Kevin Gwylam Kerr on Friday, 19 April 1974 at Rome, Jefferson Co., Wisconsin, U.S.A..

     Edith Kerr nee Sponum died on Monday, 10 April 2006, in Milton, Whitewater, Wisconsin, U.S.A.,"details in note below."1

     Death Leaves Police, Others Wondering Why
Student's Death Means They'll Probably Never Know Why The Young Man Apparently Killed His Parents And Set Their Home On Fire.
Wisconsin State Journal :: LOCAL :: C1
Saturday, April 22, 2006
GEORGE HESSELBERG ghesselberg@madison.com 608-252-6140
A 22-year-old man's death at UW Hospital's burn unit means police may never know why Daniel Kerr apparently shot his parents to death, then set their Milton home on fire, Rock County Sheriff's Department Lt. Bill Harper said.
Kerr survived for 10 days in a Madison hospital before succumbing to severe burns Thursday. Harper said Kerr, a UW-Whitewater sophomore, was the only suspect in the fire and the killings of Kevin G. and Edith A. Kerr, both 50. They died April 10 of multiple gunshot wounds.
When authorities found the injured Kerr outside the home, after a neighbor helped put out flames on his body, he told police his parents were still inside. Emergency workers found their bodies in a bedroom, according to the Sheriff's Department. Kerr apparently doused the house with gasoline but an ignition source, such as a pilot light, probably lighted the fumes and caused an explosion, Harper said. Kerr had been in a coma before he died.
Although Harper said investigators have no motive for the crimes and will probably never find one, police reports released Friday show police contacted Kerr before the shootings and fire after two fellow students complained about him. The reports were released to the Wisconsin State Journal following an open records request.

On the day his parents were found dead and he was burned, a Milton officer contacted Kerr to tell him to leave the two students alone. Both students were members of a campus philosophy club, where they met Kerr.
The female student said she contacted police because she was worried about comments Kerr made during a meeting on campus after she tried to break off contact with him. The student -- who said she had gone to a ballet with Kerr once -- believed Kerr was jealous of the other student because she was now dating him.
The woman said he told her, "I know what I am, I am repulsive," and she was concerned "he might want to harm himself," according to the police reports. Kerr also told her at that meeting that it was "a good thing (the rival) was not there ... or I would have shot him."
The woman told UW-Whitewater Police Officer Jason Burt that Kerr later called her to apologize for upsetting her.
According to the report, Milton police Sgt. John Conger "advised (police) that Kerr had made similar comments in 2001 at Milton High School," including talk of "shooting people and bombs." Conger also said Kerr threatened to kill a Jewish girl at school and had called himself a Nazi. Conger said he referred the matter to the Rock County District Attorney's Office but it was never prosecuted, according to the report.
During a 7:45 p.m. interview at the Whitewater Police Department with the woman, another officer entered the room and said Conger "had contacted Kerr and that he was with his parents." Conger also reported that Kerr's family owned hunting rifles.
Told there was probably no criminal charge the police could refer against Kerr, "(the student) said that she was more concerned that Kerr receive some help and was concerned about her own safety."
Officers from the Whitewater and UW-Whitewater police who were interviewing the woman asked Milton police to again contact Kerr and warn him that any further contact with the woman, the other student or the club they all belonged to could result in criminal charges.
At 11 p.m. April 10, Burt left a message requesting an extra patrol near the woman's classes the next day. Shortly after that, campus police were contacted by Milton police and told of the fire at the Kerr home.
Harper said Friday the UW-Whitewater events were not considered to be related to what it might have been."the crimes at the Kerr residence. He said the crime lab is examining a rifle recovered from the home. It was loaded when it was found, he said.
"What we are going to do is get all our reports done. We have one piece of evidence we found that is still being looked at the crime lab. We'll send (the reports) to the district attorney, probably next week. We anticipate that the (district attorney) will concur with our evaluation of the evidence and determine that there is no other suspect. That is when the case would be closed."
Harper said "there's no indication he was attempting suicide" and no obvious motive for murdering his parents.
"I don't think we'll ever know," he said. "There's no evidence to indicate what it might have been."1

Family

Kevin Gwylam Kerr born 28 July 1955, died 10 April 2006
Children
Last Edited6 Jun. 2006

Citations

  1. [S403] M. Akin, "Research by Matt Akin," e-mail message from e-mail address , March 2006 onwards, Details sent to Martin Jackson by email on 6 June 2006. <
    http://www.madison.com/archives/read.php >

David Michael Kerr

ID# 12243, born 11 April 1974, died 28 January 1983
Father*Kevin Gwylam Kerr born 28 Jul. 1955, died 10 Apr. 2006
Mother*Edith Sponum born 9 Jun. 1955, died 10 Apr. 2006
Relationship14th great-grandson of my Top of Tree Bull
     David Michael Kerr, son of Kevin Gwylam Kerr and Edith Sponum, was born on Thursday, 11 April 1974.


     David Michael Kerr, son of Kevin Gwylam Kerr and Edith Sponum, died on Friday, 28 January 1983, in Milton, Rock Co., Wisconsin, U.S.A..

     He was buried, Rock Co.
Last Edited4 Aug. 2005

Danial Michael Kerr

ID# 12245, born 10 March 1984, died 20 April 2006
Father*Kevin Gwylam Kerr born 28 Jul. 1955, died 10 Apr. 2006
Mother*Edith Sponum born 9 Jun. 1955, died 10 Apr. 2006
Relationship14th great-grandson of my Top of Tree Bull
     Danial Michael Kerr, son of Kevin Gwylam Kerr and Edith Sponum, was born on Saturday, 10 March 1984.


     Danial Michael Kerr, son of Kevin Gwylam Kerr and Edith Sponum, died on Thursday, 20 April 2006, in Madison Hospital, Madison, Wisconsin, U.S.A.,"details in note below."1

     Death Leaves Police, Others Wondering Why
Student's Death Means They'll Probably Never Know Why The Young Man Apparently Killed His Parents And Set Their Home On Fire.
Wisconsin State Journal :: LOCAL :: C1
Saturday, April 22, 2006
GEORGE HESSELBERG ghesselberg@madison.com 608-252-6140
A 22-year-old man's death at UW Hospital's burn unit means police may never know why Daniel Kerr apparently shot his parents to death, then set their Milton home on fire, Rock County Sheriff's Department Lt. Bill Harper said.
Kerr survived for 10 days in a Madison hospital before succumbing to severe burns Thursday. Harper said Kerr, a UW-Whitewater sophomore, was the only suspect in the fire and the killings of Kevin G. and Edith A. Kerr, both 50. They died April 10 of multiple gunshot wounds.
When authorities found the injured Kerr outside the home, after a neighbor helped put out flames on his body, he told police his parents were still inside. Emergency workers found their bodies in a bedroom, according to the Sheriff's Department. Kerr apparently doused the house with gasoline but an ignition source, such as a pilot light, probably lighted the fumes and caused an explosion, Harper said. Kerr had been in a coma before he died.
Although Harper said investigators have no motive for the crimes and will probably never find one, police reports released Friday show police contacted Kerr before the shootings and fire after two fellow students complained about him. The reports were released to the Wisconsin State Journal following an open records request.

On the day his parents were found dead and he was burned, a Milton officer contacted Kerr to tell him to leave the two students alone. Both students were members of a campus philosophy club, where they met Kerr.
The female student said she contacted police because she was worried about comments Kerr made during a meeting on campus after she tried to break off contact with him. The student -- who said she had gone to a ballet with Kerr once -- believed Kerr was jealous of the other student because she was now dating him.
The woman said he told her, "I know what I am, I am repulsive," and she was concerned "he might want to harm himself," according to the police reports. Kerr also told her at that meeting that it was "a good thing (the rival) was not there ... or I would have shot him."
The woman told UW-Whitewater Police Officer Jason Burt that Kerr later called her to apologize for upsetting her.
According to the report, Milton police Sgt. John Conger "advised (police) that Kerr had made similar comments in 2001 at Milton High School," including talk of "shooting people and bombs." Conger also said Kerr threatened to kill a Jewish girl at school and had called himself a Nazi. Conger said he referred the matter to the Rock County District Attorney's Office but it was never prosecuted, according to the report.
During a 7:45 p.m. interview at the Whitewater Police Department with the woman, another officer entered the room and said Conger "had contacted Kerr and that he was with his parents." Conger also reported that Kerr's family owned hunting rifles.
Told there was probably no criminal charge the police could refer against Kerr, "(the student) said that she was more concerned that Kerr receive some help and was concerned about her own safety."
Officers from the Whitewater and UW-Whitewater police who were interviewing the woman asked Milton police to again contact Kerr and warn him that any further contact with the woman, the other student or the club they all belonged to could result in criminal charges.
At 11 p.m. April 10, Burt left a message requesting an extra patrol near the woman's classes the next day. Shortly after that, campus police were contacted by Milton police and told of the fire at the Kerr home.
Harper said Friday the UW-Whitewater events were not considered to be related to what it might have been."the crimes at the Kerr residence. He said the crime lab is examining a rifle recovered from the home. It was loaded when it was found, he said.
"What we are going to do is get all our reports done. We have one piece of evidence we found that is still being looked at the crime lab. We'll send (the reports) to the district attorney, probably next week. We anticipate that the (district attorney) will concur with our evaluation of the evidence and determine that there is no other suspect. That is when the case would be closed."
Harper said "there's no indication he was attempting suicide" and no obvious motive for murdering his parents.
"I don't think we'll ever know," he said. "There's no evidence to indicate what it might have been."1
Last Edited6 Jun. 2006

Citations

  1. [S403] M. Akin, "Research by Matt Akin," e-mail message from e-mail address , March 2006 onwards, Details sent to Martin Jackson by email on 6 June 2006. <
    http://www.madison.com/archives/read.php >

Thomas Kerr

ID# 12259, born 11 November 1839, died 28 June 1921
     Thomas Kerr was born in Irvine, Ayrshire, Scotland, on Monday, 11 November 1839.


     Thomas Kerr was married to Mary Johnston on Friday, 4 November 1859 at Kilwinning, Ayrshire, Scotland.1

     Thomas Kerr was married to Julia Millicent Bull on Thursday, 4 May 1882 at Hartland, Waukesha Co., Wisconsin, U.S.A..

     Thomas Kerr died on Tuesday, 28 June 1921, in Hartland, Waukesha Co., Wisconsin, U.S.A..1

Family 1

Mary Johnston born 9 June 1838, died 31 July 1880
Children

Family 2

Julia Millicent Bull born 1 April 1853, died 16 May 1930
Children
ChartsBULL Tree
Last Edited22 Oct. 2006

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Citations

  1. [S61] "Research by Sue Kosanke", July 2004, Sue Kosanke (U.S.A.), to Martin Jackson (Martin Jackson's Family Archives); Collection of Sue Kosanke, U.S.A.. Hereinafter cited as "Research by Sue Kosanke."

William J. Kerr

ID# 12260, born 23 May 1864, died 15 March 1908
Father*Thomas Kerr born 11 Nov. 1839, died 28 Jun. 1921
Mother*Mary Johnston born 9 Jun. 1838, died 31 Jul. 1880
     William J. Kerr, son of Thomas Kerr and Mary Johnston, was born in Ayrshire, Scotland, on Monday, 23 May 1864, Details are derived from 1880 Census taken in Waukesha Co., Wisconsin.


     William J. Kerr was married to Maude E. Weaver in 1886 at Waukesha, Waukesha Co., Wisconsin, U.S.A..

     William J. Kerr, son of Thomas Kerr and Mary Johnston, died on Sunday, 15 March 1908, in Pewaukee, Waukesha Co., Wisconsin, U.S.A.,"Wi Death Index states 26 March 1908."

     He was buried, Waukesha Co.

Family

Maude E. Weaver born 30 June 1870, died 14 October 1943
Children
ChartsBULL Tree
Last Edited22 Oct. 2006

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Julia M. Kerr

ID# 12261, born 25 February 1884, died 12 May 1963
Father*Thomas Kerr born 11 Nov. 1839, died 28 Jun. 1921
Mother*Julia Millicent Bull born 1 Apr. 1853, died 16 May 1930
Relationship11th great-granddaughter of my Top of Tree Bull
     Julia M. Kerr, daughter of Thomas Kerr and Julia Millicent Bull, was born in Hartland, Waukesha Co., Wisconsin, U.S.A., on Monday, 25 February 1884.


     Julia M. Kerr was married to Oscar G. Schwartz on Thursday, 24 November 1910.

     Julia M. Schwartz nee Kerr, daughter of Thomas Kerr and Julia Millicent Bull, died on Sunday, 12 May 1963, in Oconomowac, Waukesha Co., Wisconsin, U.S.A..

Family

Oscar G. Schwartz born 3 October 1883, died April 1969
Child
ChartsBULL Tree
Last Edited8 Sep. 2004

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David Archibald Kerr

ID# 12262, born March 1889, died 1962
Father*Thomas Kerr born 11 Nov. 1839, died 28 Jun. 1921
Mother*Julia Millicent Bull born 1 Apr. 1853, died 16 May 1930
Relationship11th great-grandson of my Top of Tree Bull
     David Archibald Kerr, son of Thomas Kerr and Julia Millicent Bull, was born in Hartland, Waukesha Co., Wisconsin, U.S.A., in March 1889.


     David Archibald Kerr was married to Elsie Boller on Thursday, 3 February 1910.

     David Archibald Kerr, son of Thomas Kerr and Julia Millicent Bull, died in 1962.

     He was buried, Waukesha Co.

Family

Elsie Boller born 31 May 1890, died 10 November 1987
Child
ChartsBULL Tree
Last Edited12 Jun. 2004

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Oscar G. Schwartz

ID# 12263, born 3 October 1883, died April 1969
     Oscar G. Schwartz was born on Wednesday, 3 October 1883.


     Oscar G. Schwartz was married to Julia M. Kerr on Thursday, 24 November 1910.

     Oscar G. Schwartz died in April 1969, in Pewaukee, Waukesha Co., Wisconsin, U.S.A..

Family

Julia M. Kerr born 25 February 1884, died 12 May 1963
Child
ChartsBULL Tree
Last Edited12 Jun. 2004

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Charlotte E. Schwartz

ID# 12264, born 11 October 1912, died 14 October 1965
Father*Oscar G. Schwartz born 3 Oct. 1883, died Apr. 1969
Mother*Julia M. Kerr born 25 Feb. 1884, died 12 May 1963
Relationship12th great-granddaughter of my Top of Tree Bull
     Charlotte E. Schwartz, daughter of Oscar G. Schwartz and Julia M. Kerr, was born in Waukesha Co., Wisconsin, U.S.A., on Friday, 11 October 1912.1


     Charlotte E. Schwartz was married to Frank Groth on Saturday, 25 January 1936.1
     Charlotte E. Groth nee Schwartz and Frank Groth were divorced.1

     Charlotte E. Schmidt nee Schwartz, daughter of Oscar G. Schwartz and Julia M. Kerr, died on Thursday, 14 October 1965, in Waukesha Co., Wisconsin, U.S.A..1
ChartsBULL Tree
Last Edited9 Sep. 2004

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Citations

  1. [S61] "Research by Sue Kosanke", July 2004, Sue Kosanke (U.S.A.), to Martin Jackson (Martin Jackson's Family Archives); Collection of Sue Kosanke, U.S.A.. Hereinafter cited as "Research by Sue Kosanke."

Frank Groth

ID# 12265
     Frank Groth was born.


     Frank Groth was married to Charlotte E. Schwartz on Saturday, 25 January 1936.1
     Frank Groth and Charlotte E. Groth nee Schwartz were divorced.1
ChartsBULL Tree
Last Edited7 Dec. 2011

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Citations

  1. [S61] "Research by Sue Kosanke", July 2004, Sue Kosanke (U.S.A.), to Martin Jackson (Martin Jackson's Family Archives); Collection of Sue Kosanke, U.S.A.. Hereinafter cited as "Research by Sue Kosanke."

Elsie Boller

ID# 12269, born 31 May 1890, died 10 November 1987
     Elsie Boller was born on Saturday, 31 May 1890.


     Elsie Boller was married to David Archibald Kerr on Thursday, 3 February 1910.

     Elsie Kerr nee Boller died on Tuesday, 10 November 1987, in Oconomowac, Waukesha Co., Wisconsin, U.S.A..

     She was buried, Waukesha Co.

Family

David Archibald Kerr born March 1889, died 1962
Child
ChartsBULL Tree
Last Edited4 Sep. 2004

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Donald D. Kerr

ID# 12276, born 21 April 1919, died 4 January 1988
Father*David Archibald Kerr born Mar. 1889, died 1962
Mother*Elsie Boller born 31 May 1890, died 10 Nov. 1987
Relationship12th great-grandson of my Top of Tree Bull
     Donald D. Kerr, son of David Archibald Kerr and Elsie Boller, was born in Hartland, Waukesha Co., Wisconsin, U.S.A., on Monday, 21 April 1919.


     Donald D. Kerr was married to Petrina Jensen on Saturday, 25 January 1941 at Hartland, Waukesha Co., Wisconsin, U.S.A..1

     Donald D. Kerr, son of David Archibald Kerr and Elsie Boller, died on Monday, 4 January 1988, in Oconomowac, Waukesha Co., Wisconsin, U.S.A..

     He was buried, Waukesha Co.

Family

Petrina Jensen born 2 April 1921, died 3 October 1999
Child
ChartsBULL Tree
Last Edited4 Aug. 2005

Citations

  1. [S61] "Research by Sue Kosanke", July 2004, Sue Kosanke (U.S.A.), to Martin Jackson (Martin Jackson's Family Archives); Collection of Sue Kosanke, U.S.A.. Hereinafter cited as "Research by Sue Kosanke."

Petrina Jensen

ID# 12277, born 2 April 1921, died 3 October 1999
     Petrina Jensen was born in Hartland, Waukesha Co., Wisconsin, U.S.A., on Saturday, 2 April 1921.1


     Petrina Jensen was married to Donald D. Kerr on Saturday, 25 January 1941 at Hartland, Waukesha Co., Wisconsin, U.S.A..1

     Petrina Kerr nee Jensen died on Sunday, 3 October 1999.

     She was buried, Waukesha Co.1

Family

Donald D. Kerr born 21 April 1919, died 4 January 1988
Child
ChartsBULL Tree
Last Edited8 Sep. 2004

Citations

  1. [S61] "Research by Sue Kosanke", July 2004, Sue Kosanke (U.S.A.), to Martin Jackson (Martin Jackson's Family Archives); Collection of Sue Kosanke, U.S.A.. Hereinafter cited as "Research by Sue Kosanke."

David H. Kerr

ID# 12280, born 9 November 1942, died 18 September 1997
Father*Donald D. Kerr born 21 Apr. 1919, died 4 Jan. 1988
Mother*Petrina Jensen born 2 Apr. 1921, died 3 Oct. 1999
Relationship13th great-grandson of my Top of Tree Bull
     David H. Kerr, son of Donald D. Kerr and Petrina Jensen, was born in Waukesha Co., Wisconsin, U.S.A., on Monday, 9 November 1942.1


     David H. Kerr, son of Donald D. Kerr and Petrina Jensen, died on Thursday, 18 September 1997, in Milwaukee, Milwaukee Co., Wisconsin, U.S.A..
ChartsBULL Tree
Last Edited13 Jul. 2004

Citations

  1. [S61] "Research by Sue Kosanke", July 2004, Sue Kosanke (U.S.A.), to Martin Jackson (Martin Jackson's Family Archives); Collection of Sue Kosanke, U.S.A.. Hereinafter cited as "Research by Sue Kosanke."

Amy Eliza Merrick

ID# 12294, born 22 August 1862, died 6 July 1904
Father*Jerome Dewey Merrick born 5 Mar. 1837, died 28 Nov. 1912
Mother*Mary Bull born 14 Jul. 1839, died 10 Nov. 1878
Relationship11th great-granddaughter of my Top of Tree Bull
     Amy Eliza Merrick, daughter of Jerome Dewey Merrick and Mary Bull, was born in Michigan, U.S.A., on Friday, 22 August 1862.

     Amy Eliza Merrick, daughter of Jerome Dewey Merrick and Mary Bull, was born in Monches, Waukesha Co., Wisconsin, U.S.A., on Friday, 22 August 1862, Another source gives her birth place as Monches, Waukesha County, WI.


     Amy Eliza Merrick was married to William Walter Bull on Wednesday, 18 April 1883 at Pewaukee, Waukesha Co., Wisconsin, U.S.A., spouse-death.

     Amy Eliza Bull nee Merrick, daughter of Jerome Dewey Merrick and Mary Bull, died on Wednesday, 6 July 1904, in Clark Co., Wisconsin, U.S.A..

     She was buried in Riverside Cemetery, Clark Co.

Family

William Walter Bull born 21 August 1861, died 4 April 1948
Children
ChartsBULL Tree (#1)
BULL Tree (#2)
Last Edited4 Aug. 2005

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Hattie Brubaker

ID# 12295, born 15 October 1864, died 12 August 1914
     Hattie Brubaker was born on Saturday, 15 October 1864.


     Hattie Brubaker was married to William Walter Bull after 1904.

     Hattie Brubaker died on Wednesday, 12 August 1914, in Montana, U.S.A..
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Orvie Roy Bull

ID# 12296, born 11 September 1885, died 27 October 1974
Father*William Walter Bull born 21 Aug. 1861, died 4 Apr. 1948
Mother*Amy Eliza Merrick born 22 Aug. 1862, died 6 Jul. 1904
Relationship12th great-grandson of my Top of Tree Bull
     Orvie Roy Bull, son of William Walter Bull and Amy Eliza Merrick, was born in Madison, Dane Co., Wisconsin, U.S.A., on Friday, 11 September 1885.


     It is interesting to note that two of this family could not tolerate the name Bull. Isaac's son Joseph changed it to Buell and Isaac' great grandson Orvie (my uncle) changed his to Buhl. He more than once said he could not understand why our ancestors did not drop that name overboard on their way from England!1

     Orvie Roy Bull was married to Ida Sofie Rasmussen.

     Orvie Roy Bull, son of William Walter Bull and Amy Eliza Merrick, died on Sunday, 27 October 1974, in Green Bay, Brown Co., Wisconsin, U.S.A..

     He was buried.

Family

Ida Sofie Rasmussen born 2 August 1891, died 16 May 1980
Children
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Citations

  1. [S1] Personal Research of Martin F.Jackson between 1980 and 2021.      ( Quotation extracted from an email sent to me by Rame Bull in June 2004 ).

Lela Virginia Bull

ID# 12297, born 31 August 1887, died 27 February 1960
Father*William Walter Bull born 21 Aug. 1861, died 4 Apr. 1948
Mother*Amy Eliza Merrick born 22 Aug. 1862, died 6 Jul. 1904
Relationship12th great-granddaughter of my Top of Tree Bull
     Lela Virginia Bull, daughter of William Walter Bull and Amy Eliza Merrick, was born in Merton, Waukesha Co., Wisconsin, U.S.A., on Wednesday, 31 August 1887.
     She was Baptised on Monday, 23 April 1906.
     ; sponsored by Mary Kerr.

     Lela Virginia Bull was married to Cloyd A. Cox on Sunday, 17 November 1912.

     Lela Virginia Cox nee Bull, daughter of William Walter Bull and Amy Eliza Merrick, died on Saturday, 27 February 1960, in San Francisco, California, U.S.A..

     She was buried, Flathead in March 1960.

Family

Cloyd A. Cox born 30 May 1886, died 6 November 1971
Children
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Bert Keith Bull

ID# 12298, born 27 December 1888, died 25 April 1956
Father*William Walter Bull born 21 Aug. 1861, died 4 Apr. 1948
Mother*Amy Eliza Merrick born 22 Aug. 1862, died 6 Jul. 1904
Relationship12th great-grandson of my Top of Tree Bull
     Bert Keith Bull, son of William Walter Bull and Amy Eliza Merrick, was born in Merton, Waukesha Co., Wisconsin, U.S.A., on Thursday, 27 December 1888.


     Waukesha News and Dairyman, Jan 25, 1896 Merton section: "Little Berty Bull got his arm seriously injured upon the school grounds during play hours."


     Bert Keith Bull was married to Lillian Elizabeth Lee on Tuesday, 27 November 1917 at Somers, Flathead, Montana, U.S.A..

     Bert Keith Bull, son of William Walter Bull and Amy Eliza Merrick, died on Wednesday, 25 April 1956, in Moro Bay, California, U.S.A..

     He was buried, Moro Bay.

Family

Lillian Elizabeth Lee born 17 August 1900, died 29 January 1948
Children
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Vernie Bull

ID# 12299, born 9 March 1891, died 16 August 1903
Father*William Walter Bull born 21 Aug. 1861, died 4 Apr. 1948
Mother*Amy Eliza Merrick born 22 Aug. 1862, died 6 Jul. 1904
Relationship12th great-granddaughter of my Top of Tree Bull
     Vernie Bull, daughter of William Walter Bull and Amy Eliza Merrick, was born in Merton, Waukesha Co., Wisconsin, U.S.A., on Monday, 9 March 1891.


     Vernie Bull, daughter of William Walter Bull and Amy Eliza Merrick, died on Sunday, 16 August 1903, in Hixon, Clark Co., Wisconsin, U.S.A.. Source:-; A memorial card spells her name Virnie, but her grave stone is Vernie. Another source has it Vernise. She was the first person buried in Riverside cemetery near Withee.
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Clyde Seymour Bull

ID# 12300, born 23 August 1893, died 2 February 1957
Father*William Walter Bull born 21 Aug. 1861, died 4 Apr. 1948
Mother*Amy Eliza Merrick born 22 Aug. 1862, died 6 Jul. 1904
Relationship12th great-grandson of my Top of Tree Bull
     Clyde Seymour Bull, son of William Walter Bull and Amy Eliza Merrick, was born in Merton, Waukesha Co., Wisconsin, U.S.A., on Wednesday, 23 August 1893.


     Clyde Seymour Bull was married to Inace Imogene Clouser on Saturday, 11 June 1921.

     Clyde Seymour Bull, son of William Walter Bull and Amy Eliza Merrick, died on Saturday, 2 February 1957, in Kalispell, Flathead, Montana, U.S.A..

     He was buried, Flathead.

Family

Inace Imogene Clouser born 4 October 1902, died 7 November 1973
Child
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Wayne C. Bull

ID# 12301, born 6 November 1895, died 28 February 1977
Father*William Walter Bull born 21 Aug. 1861, died 4 Apr. 1948
Mother*Amy Eliza Merrick born 22 Aug. 1862, died 6 Jul. 1904
Relationship12th great-grandson of my Top of Tree Bull
     Wayne C. Bull, son of William Walter Bull and Amy Eliza Merrick, was born in Merton, Waukesha Co., Wisconsin, U.S.A., on Wednesday, 6 November 1895.


     Wayne C. Bull, son of William Walter Bull and Amy Eliza Merrick, died on Monday, 28 February 1977, in Big Fork, Montana, U.S.A..

     He was buried, Flathead.
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Harry Walter Bull

ID# 12302, born 25 April 1884, died 9 March 1955
Father*William Walter Bull born 21 Aug. 1861, died 4 Apr. 1948
Mother*Amy Eliza Merrick born 22 Aug. 1862, died 6 Jul. 1904
Relationship12th great-grandson of my Top of Tree Bull
     Harry Walter Bull, son of William Walter Bull and Amy Eliza Merrick, was born in Milton, Sumner Co, Kansas, U.S.A., on Friday, 25 April 1884.


     Harry Walter Bull was married to Olive Loretta Taylor on Wednesday, 5 June 1918 at Dorchester, Wisconsin, U.S.A., in her parent's home.

     Harry Walter Bull, son of William Walter Bull and Amy Eliza Merrick, died on Wednesday, 9 March 1955, in Maplehurst Township, Taylor Co., Wisconsin, U.S.A..

     He was buried in Riverside Cemetery, Clark Co.

Family

Olive Loretta Taylor born 25 November 1896, died 26 November 1975
Children
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