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I couldn't find Richard's, but here is Mildred's:
Mildred (Millie) Mabbott Stockard , 89, Hermiston, Ore.
Lewiston Morning Tribune (ID) - Friday, May 2, 2003
Mildred (Millie) Mabbott Stockard , 89, of Hermiston, Ore., passed away Monday, April
28, 2003, at Hermiston Terrace.
She was born in Grangeville Jan. 27, 1914, to Jack and Gertrude Chamberlin.
While living in Clarkston she met Ervin Mabbott and they were married May 1, 1935.
She moved to Juliaetta in 1947 and spent the majority of her life there. Ervin Mabbott
passed away in 1974.
She married Richard Stockard in 1979, and he also preceded her in death.
Millie always enjoyed her garden, her flowers, and especially her many cats. Her
family will miss her very much. She will be remembered by friends as a very generous
friend and neighbor.
She is survived by a sister, Lorraine Garden of Santa Cruz, Calif.; daughter Donna
Inman and husband Dick of Umatilla, Ore.; two sons, Tom Mabbott and wife Eva of Hermiston,
and Jack Mabbott and wife Sandy of Medical Lake, Wash.; three stepchildren; and numerous
grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by a son, Dick Mabbott; two brothers, George and Ernie
Chamberlin; and one stepdaughter.
Services for both Millie Stockard and Dick Mabbott will be held at a later date in
In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorial donations be sent to the J-K
Ambulance Fund, Kendrick, ID 83537.
Missing and additional information from the other "researcher":
The 1920 Census for Greer, Clearwater County, ID
Charles R. Stockard, born in Tennessee to both parents born in Tennessee, owned his land
Elsie M, age 30 (1889/1890) born in WA to both parents born in Iowa.
Frank D, 4 11/12 (Census enumerated on 1/5/1920, so Frank would have been five between
1/6/1920 and 2/4/1920, born 1915), born ID
Richard J, 3 10/12 (4 years of age between 2/6/1920 and 3/5/1920, this fits with your
Richard being born on 2/11/1916), born ID
Florence J, 2 6/12 (would be 3 between June 6 and July 5, 1920, so born in 1917), born ID
Lester D. Reed, step-son (to Charles), age 10 (1909/1910, "probably born in 1909),
born in Idaho to father born in Iowa, mother in Washington.
Beaula (as spelled) C, step-dau, 9 (1910/1911), born Idaho
Albert Stockard, owned his land, age 42, born in Tennessee to both parents born in TN,
The Idaho State Historical Society (using the Social Security Death Index)
Elsie Stockard, born 12/16/1889 died in Lewiston, ID August 1967. Her SSN was
A family tree is found posted on Ancestry.com
owned by "clarkcaswell"
Charles Richard Stockard born 3 August 1874 in Maury County, son of David Frank Stockard
1837-1912 and Martha Rebecca Gilmer 1852-1918. His family tree goes further back in
--Charles married Elsie McKinley about 1912. His tree identifies Florence, Frank, Kenneth
--I sent a message to this person to read this thread to assist if possible.
There was also another person having entered Richard J. Stockard into their family tree,
John & Donna Stockard DSSTOCKARD1(a)wmconnect.com This tree didn't identify
Richard's wife, but they appear to be related. The title of the tree is the
Decendents of Captain John Stockard. I looked at the tree index, Capt John Stockard was
born 1725 in Scotland, died about 1768, appears to be buried at Christ Church,
Philadelphia. This tree has A LOT of Stockard family names. This tree is downloadable
onto a Gedcom. I can download and send, IF, you have something that would read it, such
as Family Tree Maker. If you have your own Ancestry.com
, or have access at your local
library, you can find it here:
---This contact is a LOAD of information for you.
--I worked as a National Park Ranger in Philadelphia mid 70's. The Christ Church is
downtown and is "guarded" by the National Park Service. It is part of the
Independence National Historic Site where the Continental Congress met, first at
Carpenters Hall, then at the "Independene Hall", part of the old state house
buildings. The United States government first met here before moving to New York, then to
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