Source for:   Margaret May Rittenhouse,   27 Jul 1907 - 7 Nov 1977         Index

Death source:    S585

General Source:   S32

Text:   Ellison, Margaret, Birth date 27 Jul 1907; Social Security Number 440-48-5460; State of Issuance of Social Security Number, Oklahoma; Death Date Nov 1977; Death Residence Localities 73118, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Oklahoma.

General Source:   S145
Page:   Ellison Family Tree

Text:   1910 United States Federal Census: Year: 1910; Census Place: Chandler Ward 1, Lincoln, Oklahoma; Roll: T624_1258; Page: 6B; Enumeration District: 89; Image: 843.
1930 United States Federal Census: Year: 1930; Census Place: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Oklahoma; Roll: 1918; Page: 10A; Enumeration District: 50; Image: 1026.0.
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Citation (Death)
Social Security Death Index State: Oklahoma; Issue Date: 1963. Number: 440-48-5460; Issue State: Oklahoma; Issue Date: 1963. (Birth) Number: 440-48-5460; Issue State: Oklahoma; Issue Date: 1963. (Death)


Source for:   Mignon Ashton,   1 Oct 1882 - 1948         Index

Birth source:    S533
Page:   ERL Collection Drawer B-133

Note:   A chart titled "The Ancestry of Mignon Ashton" by Elizabeth Rittenhouse Lamb is attached to this letter. No corrections were made by Don or Margaret May Ellison.
Date:   25 Aug 1977

General Source:   S5

General Source:   S586

Text:    Hi Susan, David and April, (1) While going to David's great grandfather George Rittenhouse to post the WWI Registration cards and 1910 census information, I noticed I had documented him in the 1920 census: 1920 Federal Census, State of Oklahoma, County of Oklahoma, Vol. 49, E.D. 154, Sheet 5, Line 28: George B. Rittenhouse as a lodger of an unnamed hotel at 200 Broadway. George is white, 40 years old, born Nebraska. Immediately below on line 29 is listed Mignon A. Rittenhouse, white, 35 years of age, born in Iowa. Both sets of their parents are listed born in Ohio. George is listed as a lawyer in general practice and Mignon has no occupation. (2) While going through Mother's folder B137, I reread a tribute to Ann Rittenhouse who I think was Mignon. So I'm wondering if the A. in Mignon A. is for Ann. Do you know David? Love, Judith/Mom
        Hi Judith, Susan, and April, Mignon went by Ann. "Ann" and "Anne" Rittenhouse in our family records from this period refer to Mrs. Geo. B. (Mignon ASHTON) Rittenhouse. I think the "A" stands for her maiden name, Ashton, though it is possible she was actually named Mignon Ann Ashton. I am not sure about this middle name. I don't think I've ever seen it printed. Margaret May and Margaret May's contemporaries called her "Chief." If one considers that the meaning of Mignon is "little," someone of Mignon's character probably would have wanted to be called something else. After all, this is the generation that considered Albert Paul's and Alvah's claims to royal lineage the truth...David
Date:   20 Aug 2004

General Source:   S587
Page:   Enum. Dist. 31-633, Supr. Dist. 23. Sheet 20A

Note:   This seems to be a hotel. See source with David Ellison's remarks.
Text:   For House number 525 on Lexington Ave., dwelling number 74, Family visit number 501: Rittenhouse, Mignon, Guest, Female, White, age 43, Widowed, Can read and write. Born in Iowa and both parents born in Ohio. Citizen and no occupation.
Date:   19 Apr 1930


Source for:   James Franklin Smothers,   11 Sep 1837 - 10 Feb 1916         Index

General Source:   S383
Page:   p. 32

Note:   I believe this is J. F. Smothers who was husband of Sarah E. Smothers who is buried about two down from him.
Text:   James Smothers (Spt.) Co. E, 7th Tenn. Calv. (C.W. U.) Sept. 11, 1837 - Feb. 10, 1916


Source for:   Josephine Smith,    -          Index

General Source:   S5


Source for:   Phillip Henry Flower,    -          Index

General Source:   S5

General Source:   S522

Text:   Graceland Cemetery
Flower, Phillip H.