Mildred E. Tagg1

(circa 9 Nov 1894 - circa 21 Nov 1896)
Father*Lt Harry Eugene Tagg1 b. 21 Jan 1867, d. 17 Apr 1910
Mother*Nellie A. Inbody1 b. 1869, d. 2 Jul 1943
Birth*circa 9 Nov 1894; Douglas Co., Nebraska1
Death*circa 21 Nov 1896; Douglas Co., Nebraska2
Burial*Laurel Hill Cemetery, Omaha, Douglas Co., Nebraska
ChartsTAGG, Thomas R. (Descendants)

Citations

  1. South Omaha Briefs, Omaha World-Herald, Omaha, Douglas Co., Nebraska, 9 Nov 1894, page 8.
  2. South Omaha Briefs, Omaha World-Herald, Omaha, Douglas Co., Nebraska, 21 Nov 1896, page 3.

Oliver Milton Tagg1

(3 Jun 1877 - 4 Mar 1902)
Father*Alfred Ringrose Tagg2,1 b. 28 Oct 1849, d. 17 Mar 1933
Mother*Harriet Caroline Barker2,1 b. 6 Mar 1849, d. 19 Dec 1915
Birth*3 Jun 1877; Chicago, Cook Co., Illinois2,3
Death*4 Mar 1902; San Bernardino, San Bernardino Co., California; died of membranous croup2,1,3
Burial*Mountain View Cemetery, San Bernardino, San Bernardino Co., California3
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Citations

  1. Deaths - Tagg, Chicago Daily Tribune, Chicago, Cook Co., Illinois, 9 Mar 1902.
  2. Family Bible of Alfred R. Tagg and Harriet C. Barker, Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA (FHL US/CAN Film 1698051 Item 78 (filmed 1994)).
  3. Barbara LeClaire, "Mountain View Cemetery (San Bernardino CA) Memorial," dated 17 Apr 2009, Find A Grave Photos (viewed 3 Mar 2010) online www.findagrave.com , Oliver Milton Tagg, memorial 35968375.

Richard Eugene Tagg1,2

(17 Nov 1889 - 25 Mar 1976)
Photograph by Walter E Fred
Father*Herbert Eugene Tagg1,3 b. 3 Jun 1857, d. 20 Mar 1935
Mother*Henrietta Theodosia Oates1,4 b. circa Jun 1857, d. 21 Jan 1936
Birth*17 Nov 1889; Onida, Sully Co., South Dakota4,1,5
Marriage*circa 1907; Principal=Lina McDonald6,7
Death*25 Mar 1976; Orange Co., California8,9

Family

Lina McDonald b. 5 Aug 1889, d. 23 Nov 1966

Biographical Notes

Description*Tall, Stout, Black Hair & Brown Eyes (1917)5
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Citations

  1. Herbert Tagg household, 1900 U.S. Census, Garner, Sully Co., South Dakota, ED 317, sheet 1B, lines 75-79, dwelling 18, family 18, 5 Jun 1900, viewed online at www.ancestry.com, 15 Feb 2005.
  2. Ancestry.com, "South Dakota Birth Index, 1856-1903," online www.ancestry.com , Richard Eugene Tagg, Sully Co., 17 Nov 1889 , South Dakota Department of Health, Pierre, South Dakota,.
  3. Ancestry.com, "South Dakota Birth Index, 1856-1903," online www.ancestry.com , Richard Eugene Tagg, Sully Co., 17 Nov 1889 (filed 17 Sep 1943) , South Dakota Department of Health, Pierre, South Dakota,.
  4. Ancestry.com, "South Dakota Birth Index, 1856-1903," online www.ancestry.com , Ricard Eugene Tagg, Sully Co., 17 Nov 1889 (filed 17 Sep 1943) , South Dakota Department of Health, Pierre, South Dakota,.
  5. Richard E. Tagg, Los Angeles City, California, World War I Draft Registration (1917-18), online www.ancestry.com.
  6. Richard E. Tagg household, 1930 U.S. Census, Los Angeles, Los Angeles Co., California, ED 19-67, sheet 27B, lines 67-70, dwelling 257, household 266, 14 Apr 1930, viewed online at www.ancestry.com, 15 Mar 2005.
  7. Richard E. Tagg household, 1920 U.S. Census, Los Angeles (precinct 371), Los Angeles Co., Cailfornia, ED 152, sheet 12A, line 12-16, dwelling 81, family 84, Jan 1920, viewed online at www.ancestry.com, 15 Mar 2005, Ethel Davidson was the Enumerator.
  8. Richard Tagg, Social Security Death Index (SSDI), online www.ancestry.com, 15 Nov 2005.
  9. Ancestry.com, "California Death Index 1940-1997," online www.ancestry.com , Richard E., Orange Co., 25 Mar 1976 , transcribed from State of California Department of Health Services, Center for Health Statistics, 1997, Sacramento, California,.

Richard Forest Tagg1,2

(4 Sep 1908 - 13 Feb 1989)
Name VariationCaptain Richard F. Tagg; U.S. Army3,2
Father*William Bodine Tagg b. 4 Nov 1875, d. Jul 1936
Mother*May Leonard b. circa 1878, d. Aug 1947
Birth*4 Sep 1908; Nebraska1,4
Death*13 Feb 19894

Military Service

Mil Service*Mar 1944; Temporary Promotion to Captain2
ChartsTAGG, Thomas R. (Descendants)

Citations

  1. William Tagg household, 1920 U.S. Census, Omaha, Douglas Co., Nebraska, ED 70, sheet 5B, line 91-95, dwelling 118 family 123, 7 Jan 1920, viewed online at www.ancestry.com, 15 Mar 2005, Ethel Davidson was the Enumerator.
  2. Two Nebraskans Win Temporary Promotion, Nebraska State Journal, Lincoln, Lancaster Co., Nebraska, 23 Mar 1944, page 4.
  3. Carolyn Moseley, "The Taggs," e-mail messages from Carolyn Fred Moseley (granddaughter of Jennie Tagg Ashley) (contact info available upon request) to Walter Fred, May 2000. Hereinafter cited as "Carolyn Moseley Tagg E-Mails."
  4. Richard F. Tagg, Social Security Death Index (SSDI), online www.ancestry.com, 15 Mar 2005.

Robert Lowell Tagg1,2

(22 Dec 1922 - 7 Feb 2012)
Biography*Superintendent, Nebraska State Patrol
FBI Special Agent (Senior Resident Agent, Lincoln NE)
Executive Director, Nebraska Crime Commission
World War II Veteran (Captain, 88th Infantry Division)
Free Mason1
Name VariationCaptain Robert Tagg1
Name VariationSpecial Agent Robert Tagg1
Father*Dr Harold Eugene Tagg1 b. 11 Jul 1896, d. 11 Nov 1962
Mother*Vilura Harriett McDonough1
Birth*22 Dec 1922; York Co., Nebraska1,3
Marriage*18 Aug 1946; Kountze Memorial Lutheran Church, Omaha, Douglas Co., Nebraska; Principal=Marie Bloom2
Death*7 Feb 2012; Lincoln, Lancaster Co., Nebraska1,3
Burial*Saint Matthews Episcopal Church Columbarium, Lincoln, Lancaster Co., Nebraska1

Family

Marie Bloom b. 10 Feb 1926, d. 26 Apr 1994

Biographical Notes

Bio Obit*Robert Tagg was born in York [Nebraska] to Harold E. and Vilura (McDonough) Tagg. Robert attended Doane College, leaving in 1942 to serve with the U.S. Army as a Captain (infantry officer) with the 88th Infantry Division in Italy where he participated in the liberation of Rome. He returned to Doane and married Marie Bloom in 1947. He became a special agent with the Federal Bureau of Investigation, serving in Omaha, Camden, Ark., Newark, N.J. and Atlantic City, N.J., earning many accolades and awards. He returned to Lincoln as the senior resident agent, retiring in 1977. His law enforcement experience was put to good use as the executive director of the Nebraska Crime Commission and as the superintendent of the Nebraska State Patrol. Robert was a member of Lodge 34, Ancient Free and Accepted Masons, Schuyler, and Sesostris Shrine, Lincoln. Robert and Marie were married for 48 years. Lincoln Journal Star, 9 Feb 20121
ChartsTAGG, Thomas R. (Descendants)

Citations

  1. Robert Tagg Obituary, Lincoln Journal Star (Web Edition), Lincoln, Lancaster Co., Nebraska, 9 Feb 2012.
  2. Miss Marie Bloom Wed on Sunday, Omaha World-Herald, Omaha, Douglas Co., Nebraska, 19 Aug 1946, page 9.
  3. RL Tagg, died 7 Feb 2012 (viewed Apr 2012), Social Security Death Index (SSDI), online www.ancestry.com.

Ruth Tagg1

(circa 1832 - )
Father*Abraham Tagg1 b. 16 Jul 1775, d. 19 Jun 1863
Mother*Ann (?)1 b. circa 1805
Birth*circa 1832; March, Cambridgeshire, England1

Life's Events

(Witness) UKCensus18411841; Mill, Doddington, Cambridgeshire, England; Farmer; Head of Household=Abraham Tagg, Household Member=Ann (?)2
(Daughter) UKCensus18511851; High Street, Sutton St Mary, Long Sutton, Lincolnshire, England; Landed Proprietor; Head of Household=Abraham Tagg, Principal=Ann (?)1

Citations

  1. Abraham Tagg household, Census of England, 1851, Sutton St Mary, Long Sutton, Lincolnshire, England, page 11, viewed online at FindMyPast (www.findmypast.com), on 1 Jun 2018, originally sourced from National Archives.
  2. Abraham Tagg household, Census of England, 1841, Mill, Doddington, Cambridgeshire, England, page 5, viewed online at FindMyPast (www.findmypast.com), on 1 Jun 2018, originally sourced from National Archives.

Thomas Cole Tagg1

(circa 1839 - )
Father*Abraham Tagg1 b. 16 Jul 1775, d. 19 Jun 1863
Mother*Ann (?)1 b. circa 1805
Birth*circa 1839; Wimblington, Cambridgeshire, England1

Life's Events

(Son) UKCensus18511851; High Street, Sutton St Mary, Long Sutton, Lincolnshire, England; Landed Proprietor; Head of Household=Abraham Tagg, Principal=Ann (?)1

Citations

  1. Abraham Tagg household, Census of England, 1851, Sutton St Mary, Long Sutton, Lincolnshire, England, page 11, viewed online at FindMyPast (www.findmypast.com), on 1 Jun 2018, originally sourced from National Archives.

Thomas Coultas Tagg1,2

(15 Sep 1838 - 15 Oct 1919)
Biography*Civil War Veteran, 44th Wisconsin Infantry
Farmer & Grain Merchant
Emigrated from England as a Child. Lived in South Carolina, Wisconsin, Illinois and Indiana before settling in Waco Nebraska
Father*Thomas Ringrose Tagg1,3 b. 1814, d. 4 Nov 1864
Mother*Mary Coultas1,3 b. 6 Dec 1817, d. 13 Jul 1892
Birth*15 Sep 1838; Chatteris, England1,4
Marriage*8 Feb 1866; Lee Centre, Lee Co., Illinois; Bride=Mary Elizabeth Bodine5,2,1,6,7,8
Death*15 Oct 1919; Omaha, Douglas Co., Nebraska; 5343 25th Ave1,6,9
Burial*17 Oct 1919; Waco Cemetery, Waco, York Co., Nebraska; Funeral in Methodist Church, Waco Nebraska1,9,10

Family

Mary Elizabeth Bodine b. 21 Jan 1841, d. 8 Feb 1926
Marriage*8 Feb 1866; Lee Centre, Lee Co., Illinois; Bride=Mary Elizabeth Bodine5,2,1,6,7,8
Children

Immigration

Immigration*1843; Witness=Thomas Ringrose Tagg, Witness=Mary Coultas3,6
(Witness) Immigration1844; Principal=Thomas Ringrose Tagg11

Military Service

Milit-Beg11 Feb 1865; Madison, Wisconsin12
Milit-Beg*11 Feb 1865; Danville, Dodge Co., Wisconsin; Co. B, 44 Regiment, Wisconsin Infantry13
Milit-End*28 Aug 1865; Paducah, Kentucky12

Biographical Notes

Bio Obit*Thomas C. Tagg was for twenty-five years a live stock and mercantile man of central Nebraska. Mr. Tagg was a native of England, coming to the United States in 1842. He fought in the war between the states, locating in 1871 in York county, Nebraska where he lived until 1909, when he moved to Omaha, Nebraska. He was in business in Waco for a quarter of a century. Omaha Sunday Work Herald, 16 Oct 19196
Bio Article*Celebrate Golden Wedding

50th Anniversary Photo Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C Tagg, who resides at 5343 North Twenty-fifth avenue, will celebrate their fiftieth wedding anniversary on Tuesday. A reception will be given that evening in their honor at the home of their son, Mr. W.B. Tagg, and Mrs. Tagg, at 3715 South Twenty-fifth street. The hours are 8 to 10 o'clock, and all of the friends of Mr. and Mrs. Tagg, have been invited to call during those hours.

Mr. Tagg was born at Granthem [sic], England, while Mrs. Tagg, whose maiden name was Miss Mary Bodine, was born at Port Richmond, Staten Island. He first met his bride-to-be in Kentucky, where he was serving as a soldier in the Union army, and was she was teaching school. When the war was over they were married at Lee Center, Ill, and moved to Nebraska in the spring of 1871, settling on a farm in York county. They resided there until 1877 when they moved to Waco, Neb., living there until 1908, when they moved to their present location in Omaha.

They came to Nebraska in the early day when the Burlington railroad only ran as far as Seward; and they made the trip from there west to their claim in York county in a covered wagon. In the early days Mr. Tagg bought grain and hauled it to Seward, and later when the railroad built west, he moved his business to Waco, and there bought grain and live stock for several years. At one time he ran a hardware, implement and general store.

They have three children living, all of whom will be at the celebration. Mrs. D.D. Ashley, whose home as been for several years in New York city, is here on a visit and will remain for the event. The other two children are Mr. A.W. and Mr. W.B. Tagg, who are engaged in business at the stock yards, and have resided on the south side for many years. One other son, Harry Tagg, who passed away six years ago, will be represented by his son, Harold E. Tagg and the latter's son Harold E. Tagg, Jr., the only great grandchild of Mr. and Mrs. Tagg and another son, Lowell Tagg.

The family of Dr. and Mrs. Ashley includes three children, Homer C. Ashley, Dexter D. Ashley, Jr. and Helen C. Ashley, while the family and Mr. and Mrs. W.B. Tagg includes Richard F. Tagg, William L. Tagg and Mary Elizabeth Tagg.

Sunday World Herald, Omaha, Nebraska, 6 Feb 1916; Principal=Mary Elizabeth Bodine14
Bio Note*Homesteaded North East Quarter of Section No. 34, Township No. 11N, and Range 2 West (York Co., Nebraska). Made settlmenet on said land on 5th September 1871, and built a farmhouse, 20x24 feet feet, with 4 doors and 6 windows and a sodhouse, 16x32 feet with 4 doors and 4 windows. Plowed and cultivated about 100 acres and made the following improvements: stable, granary, corral, planted 3 acres forest trees and 100 fruit trees.

Final Proof Affidavit, 25 Aug 1876 (Homestead Records, Lincoln Land Office)15
Quote*But Thomas Tagg, now a prominent citizen of Waco, Nebraska, who settled with his father's family at an early day near the Elba line, writes: "Father bought a land warrant on land in Portland and nearly all the children were born on that stony, old farm. We were very poor. I have very little recollection of the old place but a hard struggle for bread, and I grew up to lift my mother and family out of poverty to some degree of comfort, my father having died at Chattanooga. I went to school about six months in an old school house near the farm and one winter I attended a select school in Waterloo. I taught the Whipple district school three winters. The sixteen years I spent in Portland were the hardest of my life and, in a great measure, I wanted to forget them. It was wading marshes after stray cows, breaking up rough brush land, digging stone, working late and early in the woods in winter. We had the same hard grind year after year. They were years of hard knocks." (Thomas C. Tagg, ca 1908)11
Bio NoteWaco, Nebraska was the out-growth of the railroad, and sprang up as a market town, upon the advent of the railroad. In 1877, Thomas C. Tagg commenced buying grain here, and shipped the first car load in 1877, upon completion of the railroad, to York. The first house erected was a small frame structure, now used as a kitchen by J. W. Strickler, also one of the business men of Waco. Nelson Creech and J. W. Armstrong were early upon the scene, and engaged in merchandising. Waco has made very rapid progress, and is now an important shipping and trading point. A new public school building has been erected at a cost of $1,600. There are about 100 scholars in attendance. The Protestant Methodist, the Methodist Episcopal and Christian Church Societies have permanent organizations effected at the establishment and laying out of the town. The population of the town is about 300, and Waco bids fair to become an important village. History of the State of Nebraska, 188216
Description*5' 6" tall, 158 lbs, light complexion, blue eyes, brown hair (1909)12
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Additional Images

Image-Family*Principal=Mary Elizabeth Bodine14
Thomas C. & Mary Bodine Tagg
50th Wedding Anniversary (1916)

Citations

  1. Thomas C. Tagg, Nebraska Certificate of Death Registration #9871, Nebraska Heath and Human Services, 1033 O Street, Douglas Co., Nebraska.
  2. Lee County Illinois Certificate of Marriage, Thomas C. Tagg and Mary E. Bodine, 8 Feb 1866, #3883 (filed 25 Oct 1919), Lee County Illinois Courthouse, Dixon, Lee Co., Illinois.
  3. Mrs. Mary Moore Obituary, York Republican, York, York Co., Nebraska, 27 Jul 1892, page 1, column 5.
  4. Thomas C. Tagg (44 WI Infantry B Company), Application 929929; Cert 714761, Filed from Nebraska, Declaration for Pension (15 Sep 1908), Civil War Pension Application File (Washington DC: National Archives).
  5. Lee County Marriage License (8 Feb1866), certificate #3883, Lee County Illinois Courthouse, Dixon, Lee Co., Illinois.
  6. Thomas Tagg, 81, Dies at Home Here, Omaha Sunday World Herald, Omaha, Douglas Co., Nebraska, Omaha Sunday World Herald, 16 Oct 1919.
  7. Thomas C. Tagg (44 WI Infantry B Company), Application 929929; Cert 714761, Filed from Nebraska, Thomas C. Tagg Affidavit (27 Sep 1897), Civil War Pension Application File (Washington DC: National Archives).
  8. Arthur Cooper Wakeley, Omaha: The Gate City and Douglas County, Nebraska (Volume II) (Chicago IL: S.J. Clarke Publishing, 1917), W.B. Tagg, page 764-765.
  9. Metz Mortuary Death Records, York County Historical Association, 2329 Nebraska Ave, York, York Co., Nebraska.
  10. Robert Naber, "Waco Cemetery Gravestone Photos," dated 25 Jan 2010, Find A Grave Photos (viewed 2 Feb 2010) online www.findagrave.com.
  11. History of Portland compiled by James A. Sheridan and later transcribed by Elaine J. Gorder, Manuscript, www.dodgejeffgen.com, Dodge & Jefferson Counties Genealogical Society, 504 S 4th St, Watertown, Wisconsin, originally published in weekly installments in the Waterloo Democrat from March 13, 1908 to December 4, 1908.
  12. Thomas C. Tagg (44 WI Infantry B Company), Application 929929; Cert 714761, Filed from Nebraska, Civil War Pension Application File (Washington DC: National Archives).
  13. Thomas C. Tagg (44 WI Infantry B Company), Application 929929; Cert 714761, Filed from Nebraska, Thomas C. Tagg Affidavit (9 Mar 1915), Civil War Pension Application File (Washington DC: National Archives).
  14. Celebrate Golden Wedding, Sunday World Herald, Omaha, Nebraska, 6 Feb 1916, page 2.
  15. Land Entry Case Files: Homestead Final Certificates from various land offices in Nebraska from the records of the Buereau of Land Management., Fold3 Website, www.fold3.com. Thomas C. Tagg, Lincoln Land Office.
  16. Anonymous, History of the State of Nebraska (Chicago, Illinois: The Western Historical Company, 1882), page 1502.
  17. Thomas C. Tagg household, 1880 U.S. Census, Waco, York Co., Nebraska, ED 119, page 15/428, lines 19-26, dwelling 119, family 126, 16 Jun 1880, National Archives Microfilm, T9, Roll 757.
  18. York County Marriage License (19 Jun 1893), book D, page 420, York County Courthouse, 510 Lincoln Avenue, York, York Co., Nebraska.

Thomas Ringrose Tagg

(1814 - 4 Nov 1864)
Biography*Cabinet Maker & Farmer
Emigrated from England
Migrated from Charleston South Carolina to Milwaukee Wisonsin
Died in Chattanooga Tennessee (1864) away from their Dodge County Wisconsin farm
Father*John Tagg1
Mother*Susannah Ringrose1 b. 25 Apr 1790
Birth*1814; Gedney, Lincolnshire, England2
Baptism17 Oct 1814; Gedney, Lincolnshire, England3
Marriage*28 Mar 1837; England; Principal=Mary Coultas4,5,2
Death*4 Nov 1864; Chattanooga, Hamilton Co., Tennessee4,6,7
Burial*Methodist Cemetery, Portland, Dodge Co., Wisconsin7

Family

Mary Coultas b. 6 Dec 1817, d. 13 Jul 1892
Children

Immigration

(Witness) Immigration1843; Principal=Thomas Coultas Tagg4,8
Immigration*1844; Witness=Thomas Coultas Tagg, Witness=Mary Coultas6

Biographical Notes

Bio Place*Chatteris is a civil parish and one of the four market towns in the Fenland district of Cambridgeshire, England, situated in The Fens between Huntingdon, March and Ely. The parish of Chatteris is large and for much of its history was a raised island in the low-lying wetland of the Fens. Following the draining of the Fens, beginning in the 17th century and completed in the 19th century, the town's economy has been based on agriculture and related industry. Wikipedia, Jun 20189

Research Notes

Research Roadblock*Why was Thomas R. Tagg visiting Chattanooga, Tennessee during the Civil War? He died there in 1864 and his body appears to have been returned to Wisconsin for burial. Was his death war related? The Chattanooga Campaign had occured a year prior.
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Citations

  1. "England, Births and Christenings, 1538-1975," database, FamilySearch Internet (www.familysearch.org), accessed 12 Jan 2013), Thomas Tagg, 17 Oct 1814; citing Gedney, Lincoln, Engalnd, reference ; FHL microfilm 432501, 435997.
  2. Alden Tagg, "The Taggs," e-mail messages from Alden Tagg ((2000 e-mail address available upon request)) to Walter Fred, 30 Dec 1999. Hereinafter cited as "Alden Tagg E-Mails."
  3. "Lincolnshire, England, Church of England Baptisms, Marriages and Burials," digital image, FindMyPast (www.findmypast.com), Thomas Tagg, Gedney, 17 Oct 1814, page 11, viewed on 1 Jun 2018, originally sourced from Lincolnshire Archives, Lincolnshire Baptisms, Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England.
  4. Mrs. Mary Moore Obituary, York Republican, York, York Co., Nebraska, 27 Jul 1892, page 1, column 5.
  5. Thomas C. Tagg, Nebraska Certificate of Death Registration #9871, Nebraska Heath and Human Services, 1033 O Street, Douglas Co., Nebraska.
  6. History of Portland compiled by James A. Sheridan and later transcribed by Elaine J. Gorder, Manuscript, www.dodgejeffgen.com, Dodge & Jefferson Counties Genealogical Society, 504 S 4th St, Watertown, Wisconsin, originally published in weekly installments in the Waterloo Democrat from March 13, 1908 to December 4, 1908.
  7. Steve Seim, "Methodist Cemetery Find-A-Grave Memorial (Portland, Dodge Co., Wisconsin)," dated 8 Mar 2011, Find A Grave Photos (viewed 5 Apr 2011) online www.findagrave.com , Thomas R. Tagg, memorial 66637561.
  8. Thomas Tagg, 81, Dies at Home Here, Omaha Sunday World Herald, Omaha, Douglas Co., Nebraska, Omaha Sunday World Herald, 16 Oct 1919.
  9. Wikipeida, "Chatteris, England," Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (en.wikipedia.org), viewed on 5 Jun 2018.
  10. Alfred R. Tagg, California Certificate of Death certificate no: 33-015977 (18 Mar 1933), California Office of Vital Records, Sacramento, California.
  11. Washington State Secretary of State, "Washington State Death Records," Washington State Death Records online www.digitalarchives.wa.gov , Edwin Coultas Tagg.
  12. Edwin Coultas Tagg, Washington Certificate of Death Registration #153; Record #75 (15 Dec 1919), Washington State Board of Health, Olympia, Washington.
  13. Mary Ann King, Washington Certificate of Death Registration #8; Record #59 (2 Aug 1934), Washington State Board of Health, Olympia, Washington.
  14. Metz Mortuary Death Records, York County Historical Association, 2329 Nebraska Ave, York, York Co., Nebraska.
  15. Fannie Van Alen, California Certificate of Death certificate no: 37-060657 (28 Jul 1937), California Office of Vital Records, Sacramento, California.

Walter Clifford Tagg1,2

(22 Jan 1900 - 1976)
Father*Walter Varian Tagg1 b. circa 1859
Mother*Clara Emeline Stone1 b. 19 May 1861, d. 14 Jul 1942
Birth*22 Jan 1900; Illinois1,3,4
Marriage*Principal=Alice Mary (?)5
Death*19764
Burial*after 1976; Community Church of the Rockies Columbarium, Estes Park, Larimer Co., Colorado4

Family

Alice Mary (?) b. 1901, d. 1994

Biographical Notes

Description*medium height, medium build, dark hair, blue eyes (1918)3
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Citations

  1. Walter Tagg household, 1910 U.S. Census, Chicago, Cook Co., Illinois, ED 1164, sheet 1A, line 35-39, dwelling 9, family 11, 15 Apr 1910, viewed online at www.ancestry.com, 15 Mar 2005.
  2. , World War I Draft Registration (1917-18), online www.ancestry.com.
  3. Walter Clifford Tagg, Sioux City IA, World War I Draft Registration (1917-18), online www.ancestry.com.
  4. Rhoda Bell, "Community Church of the Rockies Columbarium (Estes Park, Larimer Co., CO) Memorial," dated 26 Sep 2006, Find A Grave Photos (viewed 3 Mar 2010) online www.findagrave.com , Walter C. Tagg, memorial 15897605.
  5. Rhoda Bell, "Community Church of the Rockies Columbarium (Estes Park, Larimer Co., CO) Memorial," dated 26 Sep 2006, Find A Grave Photos (viewed 3 Mar 2010) online www.findagrave.com , Alice Mary Tagg, memorial 15897613.

Walter Varian Tagg1,2,3

(circa 1859 - )
Name VariationWalter Varien Tagg5
Father*Thomas Ringrose Tagg4,2 b. 1814, d. 4 Nov 1864
Mother*Mary Coultas4,2 b. 6 Dec 1817, d. 13 Jul 1892
Birth*circa 1859; Wisconsin1
Birth1 Jul 1859; Columbus, Columbia Co., Wisconsin5
Marriage*12 Aug 1891; Chicago, Cook Co., Illinois; M.E. Church; Principal=Clara Emeline Stone6,3,7,5

Family

Clara Emeline Stone b. 19 May 1861, d. 14 Jul 1942
Children
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Citations

  1. Thomas R. Tagg household, 1860 U.S. Census, Portland, Dodge Co., Wisconsin, page 74, dwelling 546, family 535, 12 Jul 1860, viewed online at www.ancestry.com, 15 Mar 2005.
  2. Alden Tagg, "The Taggs," e-mail messages from Alden Tagg ((2000 e-mail address available upon request)) to Walter Fred, 30 Dec 1999. Hereinafter cited as "Alden Tagg E-Mails."
  3. Illinois State Archives & Illinois State Genealogical Society (Joint Project), "Illinois Statewide Marriage Index, 1763-1900," Illinois State Archives online www.cyberdriveillinois.com/departments/archives/marriage.html , Walter V. Tagg & Clara E. Stone, Cook County, 12 Aug 1891, #00171030.
  4. Mrs. Mary Moore Obituary, York Republican, York, York Co., Nebraska, 27 Jul 1892, page 1, column 5.
  5. Walter Varien Tagg, International Genealogical Index (IGI) (www.familysearch.org: Family History Library's FamilySearch, version 5.0), "record submitted after 1991 by a member of the LDS Church. No additional information is available."
  6. Cook County Illinois Marriage License (12 Aug 1891), #171030, Cook County Clerk, Bureau of Vital Statistics, Chicago, Cook Co., Illinois.
  7. Walter Tagg household, 1910 U.S. Census, Chicago, Cook Co., Illinois, ED 1164, sheet 1A, line 35-39, dwelling 9, family 11, 15 Apr 1910, viewed online at www.ancestry.com, 15 Mar 2005.

William Bodine Tagg1,2

(4 Nov 1875 - Jul 1936)
Biography*President & Manager, Tagg Brothers & Moorehead Live Stock Commission Company (South Omaha Nebraska)
Chairman of the Omaha Chapter of the American Red Cross
Ancient Free and Accepted Masons (Lodge Master)
Mystic Shrine (Scottish Rightes)4
Name VariationW.B. Tagg
NicknameWillie Tagg; childhood nickname3
Father*Thomas Coultas Tagg1,3 b. 15 Sep 1838, d. 15 Oct 1919
Mother*Mary Elizabeth Bodine3,1 b. 21 Jan 1841, d. 8 Feb 1926
Birth*4 Nov 1875; Nebraska1,2,3
Marriage*23 Nov 1907; Louisville, Jefferson Co., Kentucky; Bride=May Leonard5,6,4
Death*Jul 19367
Burial*22 Jul 1936; Forest Lawn Memorial Park, Omaha, Douglas Co., Nebraska; Plot 21, 776, 67

Family

May Leonard b. circa 1878, d. Aug 1947
Children
FindaGrave*730541017
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Citations

  1. Thomas C. Tagg (44 WI Infantry B Company), Application 929929; Cert 714761, Filed from Nebraska, Thomas C. Tagg Affidavit (27 Sep 1897), Civil War Pension Application File (Washington DC: National Archives).
  2. William Bodine Tagg, Omaha Nebraska, World War I Draft Registration (1917-18), online www.ancestry.com.
  3. Thomas C. Tagg household, 1880 U.S. Census, Waco, York Co., Nebraska, ED 119, page 15/428, lines 19-26, dwelling 119, family 126, 16 Jun 1880, National Archives Microfilm, T9, Roll 757.
  4. Arthur Cooper Wakeley, Omaha: The Gate City and Douglas County, Nebraska (Volume II) (Chicago IL: S.J. Clarke Publishing, 1917), W.B. Tagg, page 764-765.
  5. "Kentucky Marriages, 1785-1979," database, FamilySearch Internet (www.familysearch.org), William B. Tagg, Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucy (FHL Film 482722), Index is an electronic database from compiled and original sources such as Family Records, Church Records & Civil Records.
  6. William Tagg household, 1920 U.S. Census, Omaha, Douglas Co., Nebraska, ED 70, sheet 5B, line 91-95, dwelling 118 family 123, 7 Jan 1920, viewed online at www.ancestry.com, 15 Mar 2005, Ethel Davidson was the Enumerator.
  7. Marvin & Samme Templin, "Forest Lawn Memorial Park Find-A-Grave Memorial (Omaha, Douglas Co., Nebraska)," dated Jul 2011, Find A Grave Memorial (viewed Apr 2012) online www.findagrave.com , William B Tagg, memorial 73054101.

Rear Admiral William Leonard Tagg1,2

(4 Jan 1911 - 4 Oct 1991)
Biography*US Navy Veteran (Rear Admiral)
U.S Naval Academy Graduate3
Photo*1932 Naval Academy Yearbook
Name VariationWilliam Leonard Tagg4,5,1
Father*William Bodine Tagg b. 4 Nov 1875, d. Jul 1936
Mother*May Leonard b. circa 1878, d. Aug 1947
Birth*4 Jan 1911; Nebraska6,4
Marriage*21 Jun 1935; Bremerton, Kitsap Co., Washington; Principal=Elinore Lofthus3
Death*4 Oct 19916

Family

Elinore Lofthus b. 20 Oct 1912, d. 13 Dec 1985
ChartsTAGG, Thomas R. (Descendants)

Citations

  1. Carolyn Moseley, "The Taggs," e-mail messages from Carolyn Fred Moseley (granddaughter of Jennie Tagg Ashley) (contact info available upon request) to Walter Fred, May 2000. Hereinafter cited as "Carolyn Moseley Tagg E-Mails."
  2. Retired Admirals Used to Influence the Pentagon, Manitowoc Herald Times, Manitowoc, Wisconin, 10 May 1969, page 10M, Rear Admiral W.L. Tagg.
  3. Taggs to See Ensign Wed, Evening World-Herald, Omaha, Douglas Co., Nebraska, 13 Jun 1935, page 10.
  4. William Tagg household, 1920 U.S. Census, Omaha, Douglas Co., Nebraska, ED 70, sheet 5B, line 91-95, dwelling 118 family 123, 7 Jan 1920, viewed online at www.ancestry.com, 15 Mar 2005, Ethel Davidson was the Enumerator.
  5. Helen Carolyn Ashley Fred, Handwritten Notes & Pedigrees, Family Files of Walter E. Fred, (see genealogy.fredquest.com for contact information).
  6. William L. Tagg, Social Security Death Index (SSDI), online www.ancestry.com, 15 Mar 2005.

Kitty Taggart1

Marriage*Principal=David Henry Eaton1

Family

David Henry Eaton b. 12 Jan 1842, d. 1903

Citations

  1. Nellie Zada Molyneux, History Genealogical and Biographical of the Eaton Families (Syracuse, New York: C.W. Bardeen, 1911), page 649.

Catherine Talbot1

( - 4mo 20d 1710)
Biography*Society of Friends (Ireland)2
Marriage*circa 1670; Ireland; Principal=Simon Hadley2
Death*4mo 20d 1710; County Westmeath, Ireland3
Burial*4mo 24d 1710; County Westmeath, Ireland3

Family

Simon Hadley b. circa 1640, d. 6 Jun 1711
Child

Biographical Notes

Bio Note*"Appears to be the first of the family to join the Society of Friends"2
ChartsFRED, Walter B (Jr) (Pedigree)

Citations

  1. Notes on the Quaker Family of Hadley by Chalmers Hadley, 1916 (Carson-Harper Press: Denver CO), Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA (US/CAN 1017403). Page 12.
  2. Notes on the Quaker Family of Hadley by Chalmers Hadley, 1916 (Carson-Harper Press: Denver CO), Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA (US/CAN 1017403). Page 13.
  3. Notes on the Quaker Family of Hadley by Chalmers Hadley, 1916 (Carson-Harper Press: Denver CO), Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA (US/CAN 1017403). Page 15 (Moate Monthly Meeting records, County West Meath).

Albert Tarasovitch1

Father*Andrew Tarasovitch1
Mother*Anna Swanseger1

Citations

  1. Mary Tarasovitch Friday Obituary, Erie Times, Erie, Erie Co., Pennsylvania, Erie, Erie Co., Pennsylvania, 7 Aug 1984, page 10-B.

Andrew Tarasovitch1

Marriage*Principal=Anna Swanseger1

Family

Anna Swanseger
Children

Citations

  1. Mary Tarasovitch Friday Obituary, Erie Times, Erie, Erie Co., Pennsylvania, Erie, Erie Co., Pennsylvania, 7 Aug 1984, page 10-B.

Helen Tarasovitch1

Father*Andrew Tarasovitch1
Mother*Anna Swanseger1
Marriage*Principal=Lewis Knuth1

Citations

  1. Mary Tarasovitch Friday Obituary, Erie Times, Erie, Erie Co., Pennsylvania, Erie, Erie Co., Pennsylvania, 7 Aug 1984, page 10-B.

Mary Tarasovitch1

(28 Sep 1920 - 6 Aug 1984)
Father*Andrew Tarasovitch1
Mother*Anna Swanseger
Birth*28 Sep 1920; Sagamore, Armstrong Co., Pennsylvania1
Marriage*Principal=Joseph P. Friday1
Death*6 Aug 1984; Erie, Erie Co., Pennsylvania1
Burial*9 Aug 1984; Calvary Cemetery, Erie, Erie Co., Pennsylvania1,2

Family

Joseph P. Friday b. 24 Dec 1920, d. 28 May 2013
FindaGrave*93423123
ChartsCONNAROE (CONROE), Darlin (Descendants)
McMANUS, Patrick (Descendants)
SKINNER, Augustus (Descendants)

Citations

  1. Mary Tarasovitch Friday Obituary, Erie Times, Erie, Erie Co., Pennsylvania, Erie, Erie Co., Pennsylvania, 7 Aug 1984, page 10-B.
  2. Fred King, "Calvary Cemetery (Erie PA) Memorial," dated 2004, Find A Grave Photos (viewed 3 Mar 2010) online www.findagrave.com , Mary Friday, memorial 9342312.
  3. Dottie Kunselman, "Calvary Cemetery Find-A-Grave Memorial (Erie, Erie Co., Pennsylvania)," dated Mar 2012, Find A Grave Memorial (viewed Mar 2012) online www.findagrave.com , memorial 9342312, viewed Mar 2012.

Michael Tarasovitch1

Father*Andrew Tarasovitch1
Mother*Anna Swanseger1

Citations

  1. Mary Tarasovitch Friday Obituary, Erie Times, Erie, Erie Co., Pennsylvania, Erie, Erie Co., Pennsylvania, 7 Aug 1984, page 10-B.

Paul Tarasovitch1

Father*Andrew Tarasovitch1
Mother*Anna Swanseger1

Citations

  1. Mary Tarasovitch Friday Obituary, Erie Times, Erie, Erie Co., Pennsylvania, Erie, Erie Co., Pennsylvania, 7 Aug 1984, page 10-B.

Jessie M. Tate1,2,3,4

(26 Apr 1879 - 2 Nov 1958)
Biography*Dancing Teacher (1920) & Keeper-Lodging (1910)
Mother*Caroline Bodine b. 17 Dec 1850
Birth*26 Apr 1879; Waco, York Co., Nebraska5,1,6,4,7
Marriage*before 19038
Marriage*circa 1924; Principal=John Trevi5,4,9
Death*2 Nov 1958; New Haven, New Haven Co., Connecticut5,9
Burial*5 Nov 1958; Evergreen Crematory, New Haven, New Haven Co., Connecticut5

Family

John Trevi b. circa 1892

Citations

  1. Ancestry.com, "Connecticut Death Index, 1949-2001," online www.ancestry.com , Jessi M. Trevi, 2 Nov 1958 , Connecticut Department of Health Death Index, 2001, Hartford, CT,.
  2. Helen Carolyn Ashley Fred, Handwritten Notes & Pedigrees, Family Files of Walter E. Fred, (see genealogy.fredquest.com for contact information).
  3. George Slade household, 1880 U.S. Census, Lincoln, Lancaster Co., Nebraska, ED 229, page 62, lines 32-33, dwelling 451, family 546, 19 Jun 1880, Carrie B. Tate assumed to be Carrie Bodine (daughter of Vincent & Sarah). The name (given & middle initial) and biirth year & state, and marrital status are as expected for both her and daughter Jessie M. Tate., viewed online at www.ancestry.com, 15 Aug 2007.
  4. Sarah Bodine household, 1930 U.S. Census, Richmond Hill (New York City), Queens Co., New York, ED 41-362, sheet 8B, lines 63-65, dwelling 132, household 194, 9 Apr 1930, viewed online at www.ancestry.com, 15 Jun 2007.
  5. Jennie M. Trevi, Connecticut Certificate of Death #19989 (3 Nov 1958), Connecticut Department of Health, 150 Washington St, Hartford, Connecticut.
  6. George Slade household, 1880 U.S. Census, Lincoln, Lancaster Co., Nebraska, ED 229, page 62, lines 32-33, dwelling 451, family 546, 19 Jun 1880, Carrie B. Tate assumed to be Carrie Bodine (daughter of Vincent & Sarah). The name (given & middle initial) and birth year & state, and marital status are as expected for both her and daughter Jessie M. Tate., viewed online at www.ancestry.com, 15 Aug 2007.
  7. Jessie M. Johnson household, 1910 U.S. Census, New Haven, New Haven Co., Connecticut, ED 407, sheet 4B, lines 31-35, dwelling 56, household 64, 18 Apr 1910, viewed online at www.ancestry.com, 15 Jun 2007.
  8. Jessie M. Johnson household, 1910 U.S. Census, New Haven, New Haven Co., Connecticut, ED 407, sheet 4B, lines 31-35, dwelling 56, household 64, 18 Apr 1910, the 1910 census indicates Jessie had been married twice., viewed online at www.ancestry.com, 15 Jun 2007.
  9. Ancestry.com, "Connecticut Death Index, 1949-2001," online www.ancestry.com , Jessi M Trevi, New Haven Co., 2 Nov 1958 , Connecticut Department of Health Death Index, 2001, Hartford, CT,.

Thelma Tatum1

(circa 1900 - )
Birth*circa 19001
Marriage*8 Sep 1918; Arkansas; Principal=Winfred Dwight Hale1,2

Family

Winfred Dwight Hale b. 18 May 1900, d. 14 Sep 1975

Citations

  1. "Arkansas County Marriages Index, 1837-1957," database, Ancestry.com (www.ancestry.com), Winfred D Hale & Thelma Tatum, 8 Sep 1918.
  2. Winfred Dwight Hale, Phillips Co., Arkansas, C3-1-38, World War I Draft Registration (1917-18), online www.ancestry.com.

Eldad Taylor1

Marriage*15 Aug 1754; Principal=Esther Day1

Family

Esther Day b. 20 Feb 1734

Citations

  1. George E. Day, Genealogical Register of the Descendants in the Male Line of Robert Day of Hartford, Connecticut who died in the Year 1648 (Northampton, Massachusetts: J & L Metcalf, 1848), page 18.

Elizabeth B. Taylor1,2,3,4

(18 Aug 1853 - 14 Apr 1922)
Name VariationLizzie Sweeney
NicknameLizzie Taylor
Father*Henry Taylor5 b. circa 1827
Mother*Jane Cose5 b. circa 1830
Marriage*Principal=John Sweeney4
Birth*18 Aug 1853; Pennsylvania5,4
Death*14 Apr 1922; Glendale, Los Angeles Co., California5
Burial*17 Apr 1922; Odd Fellows Cemetery, Los Angeles, Los Angeles Co., California5

Family

John Sweeney b. circa Jan 1846, d. 15 Sep 1903
Children
ChartsMcMANUS, Patrick (Descendants)

Citations

  1. Los Angeles Certificate of Marriage, book 212, page 7, Los Angeles County Courthouse, 11701 S. La Cienega Blvd, Los Angeles, Los Angeles Co., California (FHL US/CAN Film 1033251).
  2. Hancock County Application for Marriage License, volume 11, page 141, Hancock County Courthouse, 300 S. Main St., Findlay, Hancock Co., Ohio (FHL US/CAN Film 1299109).
  3. Clarence J. Sweeny, California Certificate of Death 38-016042 (26 Mar 1938), California Office of Vital Records, Sacramento, California.
  4. John Sweeney household, 1900 U.S. Census, Bradford, Mckean Co., Pennsylvania, ED 58, sheet 8A, lines41-45, dwelling 174, family 191, 7 Jun 1900, viewed online at www.ancestry.com, 17 Jan 2005.
  5. Elizabeth Sweeney, California Certificate of Death 22-018021 (14 Apr 1922), California Office of Vital Records, Sacramento, California.
  6. Clarence J. Sweeny (C Company 2nd Ohio Infantry), Military Service Record (Washington D.C.: National Archives), NARA.
  7. Lawrence William Sweeney, California Certificate of Death 47 065967 (25 Sep 1947), California Office of Vital Records, Sacramento, California.
  8. John Sweeney household, 1880 U.S. Census, Bradford, Mckean Co., Pennsylvania, ED 79, page 102 (stamped), dwelling 64, family 72, 3 Jun 1880, viewed online at www.ancestry.com, 17 Jan 2005.
  9. Clarence J. Sweeny, California Certificate of Death 20-013011 (22 Mar 1920), California Office of Vital Records, Sacramento, California.