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Fletcher Earl (Minnie May Knox) Mingus Family Group Sheet

Contributed by Darlene Christison Mingus, Thanks for sharing!


Family Group Record
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Husband: Fletcher Earl Mingus
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      Birth: 9 Feb 1894    Jackson Co., Oregon (near Medford)      
      Census: 1900          Idaho Co., Fairview Precinct, Idaho    
      Lived: abt 1900      Coos Bay, Oregon area                  
        Misc: bet 1900-1912  Came to Idaho-Lewiston & Grangeville    
      Census: 1910          Idaho Co., Idaho                        
        Misc: abt 1913      Moved to Emmett area                    
      Award: bet 1914-1918  Services rendered in France            
    Military: 24 Jun 1918    France (World War 1)                    
      Diary: 11 Aug 1918    , France                                
        Book: 28 Aug 1918    France (The 28th. Division in France)  
        Book: 1 Oct 1918    Emmett, Idaho (Ind. Pay Records)        
Newspaper Art.: 1 Oct 1918    Cheppy, Meuse, France                  
    Picture: 1919          France (112th. Infantry Band)          
Military Orders: 28 Mar 1919    France (112th. Infantry Band)          
        Misc: Apr 1919      Roster of 112th Inf. 28th Div AEF, Le Ma
Newspaper Art.: 7 Apr 1919    St. Nazaire, France (St. Nazaire In Lead
Newspaper Art.: 18 Apr 1919    St. Nazaire, France (112th Took Part in 
    Picture: abt May 1919  Alexandria, Virginia (Ship USS Pocahonta
      Census: 1920          Gem Co., Emmett Precinct, Idaho        
      Census: 1930          Emmett, 151 Gem Co., Idaho              
        Misc: 19 Dec 1974    M.W. Grand Lodge A.F. & A.M. of Idaho  
Newspaper Art.: 1 Jun 1988    Emmett, Idaho (Remembering by Fletcher M
        Misc: 4 May 1989    Veteran's of Foreign Wars of the US-Post
In Memory Of  1992          USA (Armed Forces of the USA)          
      Death: 22 Jun 1992    Boise, Ada Co., Idaho                  
      Burial: 26 Jun 1992    Emmett, Idaho-Emmett Cemetery          
    Obituary: 1 Jul 1992    Boise, Ada Co., Idaho                  
Newspaper Art.: May 2007      Plant a Dream, Grow a Museum            
        SSN:                519-16-9357                            
        Misc:                Veterans of World War 1 of the USA, Inc.
        Misc:                The American Legion-Post 49            
    Marriage: 26 May 1926    Emmett, Gem Co., Idaho                  
      Father: Francis Marion (Frank) Mingus (b 26 Aug 1865)
      Mother: Mary Mabel Wright (b 28 Mar 1868)
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Wife: Minnie May Knox
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      Birth: 19 Oct 1900    Emmett, Gem Co., Idaho                  
      Census: 1910          Emmett, Gem Co., Idaho                  
      Census: 1920          Emmett, Gem Co., Idaho                  
  Fraternity: 20 Feb 1926    Idaho Alpha Chapter Pi Beta Phi        
        Misc: abt 1930      T-F Bridge Club (picture taken 1984)    
    Baptism: 26 Feb 1939    St. Mary's Episcopal Church-Emmett, Idah
    Confirm: 10 Dec 1939    St. Mary's Episcopal Church-Emmett, Idah
        Misc: 7 Aug 1945    Resignation as Librarian                
      Death: 18 Dec 1993    Boise, Ada Co., Idaho                  
    Obituary: 20 Dec 1993    Boise, Ada Co., Idaho                  
      Burial: 22 Dec 1993    Emmett, Idaho-Emmett Cemetery          
      Member:                World War 1 Auxiliary                  
      Member:                PEO Sisterhood                          
      Father: Clayton Bane Knox (b 15 Dec 1870)
      Mother: Minnie Alice Knouse (b 19 Oct 1872)
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Children
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1 F Marilyn Camille Mingus
      Birth: LIVING                 
                            
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2 M Kenneth Fletcher Mingus
      Birth: LIVING
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Prepared 26 Apr 2012 by:
Darlene Mingus




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FAMILY NOTES
Marriage(1): 

HUSBAND NOTES: Fletcher Earl Mingus
Birth(2): 
Census(3): 
Lived(2): 
Misc(2): 
Census(4): 
Misc(2): 
Award(5): 
Military(6): 
Diary(7): 
Book(8): 
Book(9): 
Newspaper Art.(10): 
Picture(11): 
Military Orders(12): 
Misc(13): 
Newspaper Art.(14): 
Newspaper Art.(14): 
Picture(15): 
Census(16): 
Census(17): 
Misc(18): 
Newspaper Art.(19): 
Misc(20): 
In Memory Of:(5): 
Death(21): 
Burial(21): 
Obituary(22): 
Newspaper Art.(23): 
SSN(24): 
Misc(25): 
Misc(26): 
General(27): 

WIFE NOTES: Minnie May Knox
Birth(28): 
Census(29): 
Census(30): 
Fraternity(31): 
Misc(32): 
Baptism(33): 
Confirm(5): 
Misc(24): 
Death(21): 
Obituary(34): 
Burial(21): 
Member(21): 
Member(24): 
General(27): 

CHILD NOTES: Marilyn Camille Mingus
Birth(35): 
General(27): 

CHILD NOTES: Kenneth Fletcher Mingus
Birth(5): 
Baptism(36): 
Award(37): 
Graduation(38): 
De Molay(39): 
Military(14): 
Graduation(40): 
Employment(41): 
De Molay(42): 
Employment(43): 
Military(44): 
Employment(45): 
Military(46): 
Certificate(47): 
Retired(21): 
Certificate(5): 
Certificate(5): 
Misc(8): 
General(27): 

SOURCES
1.  Copy of Marriage License of Fletecher Earl Mingus and Minnie May Knox.
2.  Fletcher Mingus.
3.  Census: 1900 Idaho Co., Fairview Precinct, Idaho.
4.  1910 Census Idaho County, Idaho.
5.  Copy of Certificate.
6.  Fletcher Mingus.  Fletcher mustered out 15 May 1919 in Cheyenne, Wyoming.
7.  We have it  in our possession.  Last entry was 5 May 1919.
8.  Book.
9.  Ibid.  Individual  pay record book.  Solder #3134916,  Pvt. Hq Co 112th Inf.
10.  Copy.  Taken from a clipping out of the Torch, a newspaper for the Veterans of World 
War 1 of the USA, Inc. 1917-1918 Chartered by Congress-July 18, 1958.
11.  Picture.
12.  Copy of Military Orders.
13.  Copy.  Fletcher is #271 but his page is missing from this roster.
14.  Newspaper Article.
15.  Picture.  Fletcher returned from France to the USA on the USS Pocahontas in 1919.
16.  Census: 1920 Gem Co., Idaho.  South Emmett Precinct.
17.  Census: 1930 Emmett, Gem Co., Idaho.
18.  Copy.  Grand Lodge A.F. & A.M. of Idaho, Hall of Butte #37- (50 Year membership).
19.  Remembering WW1 and looking back with pride.
20.  Picture.  #735774.
21.  Personal knowledge.
22.  Newspaper Article.  Emmett-Messenger Index.
23.  Local Emmett weekly newspaper.
24.  Copy.
25.  Copy of Certificate.  Barracks # 0896ID Account #034274.
26.  Newspaper Article.  Emmett-Messenger Index.
27.  GEDCOM file imported on 3 Nov 2000.
28.  Family Bible.  Minnie was born on a Friday (taken from her mother's bible) on her mother's 
birthday and was named after her.
29.  Census: 1910 Canyon Co., Emmett Precinct, Idaho.
30.  Census: 1920 Gem Co., Idaho.
31.  Copy of Certificate.  Idaho Alpha Chaper Pi Beta Phi Fraternity which was organized 28 April 1867.
32.  Local Emmett weekly newspaper.  The same group of women played contract bridge together for over 50 years with 
few changes in their membership (Minnie Mingus, Mollie Zimmerman, Goldie Yost, 
Jo Schroeder, Mary Jane Eaton, Stevie Rawlinson, Leonore Burt, Luella Welch, 
Elsie Carr and Ethel Murray.
33.  Copy of Certificate.
34.  Newspaper Article.  Idaho Daily Statesman-Boise, Idaho.
35.  Family members.
36.  Copy of Certificate.
37.  Ibid.  Swimming award.
38.  Ibid.  Elementary graduation.
39.  Ibid.  #1221893.
40.  Ibid.  High school graduation.
41.  Personal knowledge.  Left about 1961.
42.  Copy of Certificate.  #172704-Retired in good standing.
43.  Personal knowledge.  Left Sept 1963.
44.  Newspaper Article.  The 616th Transportation Co. of the Army National Guard were activated during 
the Berlin Crisis to Ft. Lewis, WA. from 19 October 1961 to July 1962.
45.  Personal knowledge.  Kenny worked for Hoff Forest Products in Horseshoe Bend, Boise and Meridian.
46.  Copy of Certificate.  Honorable disharge from the Armed Forces of the United States of America.
47.  Ibid.  Appointed Treasurer for the City of Horseshoe Bend, Idaho.



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