William Odus Wagner1,2

TMG ID:8564, (5 Oct 1914 - 17 May 1993)
Relationship:
1st cousin of John Phillip Wagner

Vital Statistics

Alias(es)

  • His nickname was "Captain Bill"7

Union(s)

DateEventDetails/Notes
3 Jul 1936MarriageWilliam, age 21 years, 8 months and 28 days, and Gladys Rosalie Sprague, age 20 years, 10 months and 3 days were married on Friday, 3 Jul 1936 at Clark County, WashingtonB. At 8:35 PM.7,3,4
circa 1974DivorceAs of circa 1974,William Odus and Gladys Rosalie were divorced.7
31 Dec 1974MarriageWilliam, age 60 years, 2 months and 26 days, and Violet Louise Nicholson, daughter of: Harlen C. Nicholson and Marcelle Mae (?), were married on Tuesday, 31 Dec 1974 at Thurston County, WashingtonB. At 1:00 PM.2,3

Children of: William Odus Wagner and Gladys Rosalie Sprague

Biography

Item(s)
William, at age 20 years, 4 months and 22 days, immigrated on 27 Feb 1935 via SS Point Lobos, Tacoma, Pierce County, WashingtonB, from the port of Vancouver, British Columbia.
On 24 Sep 1959, William Odus Wagner was mentioned in the obituary of Lena Agnes Wagner in The Oregonian, Portland, Oregon Others mentioned: Peggy Ann Devine, Betty Lou Devine, Dixie Lee Devine, Vivian Angeline Wagner, Bernice Roberts and LeRoy E. Wagner.8

Known Address(es)

Address(es)
On 4 Jan 1920, he lived with Harry Ralph Wagner and Chloe at Harney Precinct, Clark County, Washington.
     Also at this address: Vivian Angeline Wagner, Lena Agnes Wagner and Victor Elbe Wagner.1
On 5 Apr 1930, he lived with Chloe Marie Schmidt at Precinct 33, Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon.
     Also at this address: Victor Elbe Wagner, LeRoy E. Wagner, Lena Agnes Wagner, Vivian Angeline Wagner, Edward Thomas Bunch and Edward T. Bunch.9
On 1 Apr 1935, William lived at Portland, Multnomah County, OregonB.10
     
On 6 Apr 1940, William and Gladys lived at 625 NE 62nd Avenue, Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon.
     Also at this address: Valerie Joan Wagner.10
In Sep 1943, William (28) and Gladys (28) along with Bessie Grace Hoard, Shirley M. Hoard, Valerie Joan Wagner, Cheryl Diane Wagner and Chloe Marie Schmidt for Estacada, Clackamas County, OregonB.7
Circa May 1993, William lived at Depoe Bay, Lincoln County, OregonB, last known.5
     

Military

Detail(s)
William ended his military service, at the age of 31, on 26 Nov 1945 discharged from US Navy.7

Census Records

CensusDate/Location/CommentOthers Same Household
Census-19204 Jan 1920, Harney Precinct, Clark County, WashingtonBHarry Ralph Wagner, Chloe Marie Schmidt, Vivian Angeline Wagner, Lena Agnes Wagner and Victor Elbe Wagner1
Census-19305 Apr 1930, Precinct 33, Portland, Multnomah County, OregonBChloe Marie Schmidt, Victor Elbe Wagner, LeRoy E. Wagner, Lena Agnes Wagner, Vivian Angeline Wagner, Edward Thomas Bunch and Edward T. Bunch9
Census-19406 Apr 1940, 625 NE 62nd Avenue, Portland, Multnomah County, OregonBGladys Rosalie Sprague and Valerie Joan Wagner10

Occupation(s)

DateLocationOccupation/Industry
charter boat Captain7
circa Apr 1940Portland, Multnomah County, OregonBboat mover own moorage10

Witnessed Events & Occasions

EventDateDetails
Death4 Nov 1965He was the informant for the death certificate of Chloe Marie Schmidt.11

Citations

  1. [S244] 1 Jan 1920, Digital, FamilySearch.org, 35 North West Temple Street, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah, 84150, https://tinyurl.com/ya4dwjbu
  2. [S653] OR Death Index, online unknown url.
  3. [S951] WA Digital Archives, online http://tinyurl.com/5lj7u
  4. [S2678] Valerie Joan Wagner Newman, "e-Mail - Valerie Wagner Newman," e-Mail to e-mail address, 6 Mar 2015.
  5. [S85] Social Security Death Index, Master File, SSDI, Social Security Death Index.
  6. [S252] Interview, John Philip Wagner (6443), 2002.
  7. [S2645] Denise Wagner, "Denise Wagner," e-Mail to Terrance Wagner (9034), 18 Feb 2015.
  8. [S987] Oregonian, 24 Sep 1959, 23.
  9. [S633] 1 Apr 1930, Digital, FamilySearch.org, 35 North West Temple Street, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah, 84150, https://tinyurl.com/y73u3s4c
  10. [S1004] 1 Apr 1940 Digital, FamilySearch.org, 35 North West Temple Street, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah, 84150, https://tinyurl.com/y7ojnd8p
  11. [S2666] Oregonian, 5 Nov 1965, Page Thirty-seven.
Last Edited=6 Jun 2018

Judson A. Lewis

TMG ID:8565, (19 Mar 1840 - 12 Feb 1913)
Relationship:
1st cousin 3 times removed of Elsie Dora Lewis

Vital Statistics

Union(s)

DateEventDetails/Notes
17 Jun 1884MarriageJudson, age 44 years, 2 months and 29 days, and Josephine Lucinda Waite, age 40 years, 10 months and 7 days, daughter of: Christopher B. Waite and Lucinda Luff, were married on Tuesday, 17 Jun 1884.

Child of: Judson A. Lewis and Julia A. Wright

Known Address(es)

Address(es)
On 1 Jun 1840, he lived with Abner Lewis and Amelia at Poultney, Rutland County, Vermont.
     Also at this address: Samuel C. Lewis, Abner R. Lewis, Henry G. Lewis, Betsey Jane Lewis and Emily K. Lewis.4
After Mar 1889, Judson lived at Saratoga Springs, Saratoga County, New YorkB, "When he left his federal post he returned to the United States to buy a house in Saratoga Springs in upstate New York."5
     

Military

Detail(s)
Judson began his military service, at the age of 22, on 24 Jul 1862, enlisted as a Private.1
Judson on 11 Aug 1862 at VermontB Private, Company C, 1st Heavy Artillery Vermont Regiment.6,7,8
Judson on 1 Sep 1862 at Brattleboro, Windham County, VermontB, mustered in to Company C, 1st Vermont Regiment Heavy Artillery organized and mustered in as 11th Vermont Infantry.9,1
Judson on 7 Sep 1862 at VermontB left state for Washington, District of Columbia.9
Judson on 17 Nov 1862 C Company moved to Fort Massachusetts until March 1864.9
Judson on 10 Dec 1862 designation changed from 11th Vermont Infantry to 1st Heavy Artillery.9
Judson on 10 Dec 1862 1st Regiment Heavy Artillery attached to 1st Brigade, Haskins' Division, Military District of Washington until February 1863. C Company at Fort Saratoga Until November 17, 1862.9
Judson in Feb 1863 1st Regiment Heavy Artillery attached to 1st Brigade, Haskins' Division, 22nd Army Corps, Defences of Washington until May 1864.9
Judson on 13 Mar 1863 promoted to Full Corporal.6
Judson on 2 Aug 1863 promoted to Full Sergeant.6
Judson on 11 Sep 1863 transferred from Company C to Regimental Staff.6
Judson on 11 Sep 1863 promoted to Full Command Sergeant.6
Judson on 28 Dec 1863 promoted to Full 2nd Lieutenant.6
Judson on 12 Jan 1864 transferred from Regimental Staff to Company C.6
Judson in Mar 1864 C Company moved to Fort Stevens until May 1864.9
Judson in May 1864 1st Regiment Heavy Artillery attached to 2nd Brigade, 2nd Division, 6th Army Corps, Army of the Potomac and Army of the Shenandoah, Middle Military Division until June 1865.9
Judson on 12 May 1864 1st Regiment Heavy Artillery ordered to join army in the field.9
Judson on 15 May 1864 1st Regiment Heavy Artillery moved to Belle Plains, Virginia and joined 6th Army Corps at Spottsylvania Court House, Virginia.9
Judson between 15 May 1864 and 18 May 1864 at Spotsylvania Court House, Spotsylvania, Spotsylvania County, VirginiaB, Battles on 15, 17 & 18 May 1864.6,9
Judson between 21 May 1864 and 31 May 1864 Battles on 21, 23, 24, 28, 29, 30 & 31 May 1864.6
Judson between 23 May 1864 and 26 May 1864 at North Anna River, VirginiaB.9
Judson between 26 May 1864 and 28 May 1864 at Line of the Pamunkey, VirginiaB.9
Judson between 26 May 1864 and 28 May 1864 at North Anna River, VirginiaB.9
Judson between 28 May 1864 and 31 May 1864 at Totopotomoy, Hanover County, VirginiaB.9
Judson between 1 Jun 1864 and 14 Jun 1864 at Cold Harbor, VirginiaB, Battles on 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9, 10, 12, 13 & 14 June, 1864.6,9
Judson on 15 Jun 1864 Battle.6
Judson between 17 Jun 1864 and 9 Jul 1864 at Petersburg, (Independent City), VirginiaB, before Petersburg.9
Judson on 18 Jun 1864 at Petersburg, (Independent City), VirginiaB, Battle.6
Judson between 20 Jun 1864 and 22 Jun 1864 Battles on 20, 21 & 22 June 1864.6
Judson on 23 Jun 1864 at Weldon Railroad, VirginiaB, Battle.6
Judson between 28 Jun 1864 and 29 Jun 1864 Battles on 28 & 29 June 1864.6
Judson between 9 Jul 1864 and 11 Jul 1864 at Washington, District of ColumbiaB, 1st Regiment Heavy Artillery moved to Wasington, DC.9
Judson between 9 Jul 1864 and 11 Jul 1864 at Jerusalem Plank Road, VirginiaB.9
Judson on 11 Jul 1864 at Fort Stevens, Washington, District of ColumbiaB, Battle.6
Judson between 11 Jul 1864 and 12 Jul 1864 at Washington, District of ColumbiaB, repulse of Early's attack on Fort Stevens.9
Judson between 15 Jul 1864 and 23 Jul 1864 at Snicker's Gap, VirginiaB, Snicker's Gap Expedition.9
Judson between 15 Jul 1864 and 26 Jul 1864 Battles on 15, 21 & 26 July 1864.6
Judson on 6 Aug 1864 Battle.6
Judson between 7 Aug 1864 and 28 Nov 1864 at Shenandoah Valley, VirginiaB.9
Judson between 21 Aug 1864 and 22 Aug 1864 at Charleston, Kanawha County, West VirginiaB, Battle.6,9
Judson on 13 Sep 1864 at Gilbert's Ford, Opequan, VirginiaB, Battle.6,9
Judson on 19 Sep 1864 at Winchester, Frederick County, VirginiaB, Battle of Opequan.6,9
Judson on 22 Sep 1864 at Fisher's Hill, VirginiaB, Battle.6,9
Judson on 22 Sep 1864 at Fisher's Hill, VirginiaB, received a wound to his chin. From Major Aldace Walker's description: "...the tumult gradually ceased and a staff officer came in from the front, Lieutenant Lewis of the Eleventh Vermont. He was holding a handkerchief to his face to staunch the blood where part of his chan had been shot away fy a bullet, but managed to say in explanation, 'Warner has carried the hill.10'"
Judson on 19 Oct 1864 at Cedar Creek, VirginiaB, Battle of Cedar Creek.6,9
Judson between 20 Oct 1864 and 9 Nov 1864 at Strasburg, VirginiaB, duty at Strasburg.9
Judson between 10 Nov 1864 and 9 Dec 1864 at Kernstown, VirginiaB, duty at Kernstown.9
Judson on 12 Nov 1864 Battle.6
Judson on 2 Dec 1864 promoted to Full 1st Lieutenant.6
Judson on 2 Dec 1864 breveted as Captain for bravery in the field.10
Judson between 9 Dec 1864 and 12 Dec 1864 at Petersburg, (Independent City), VirginiaB, moved to Petersburg, Virginia.9
Judson between 13 Dec 1864 and 2 Apr 1865 at Petersburg, (Independent City), VirginiaB, siege at Petersburg.9
Judson on 25 Jan 1865 Battle.6
Judson from Feb 1865 to 24 Jun 1865 served on the staff of Brigadier General Lewis A. Grant, Commander of the Vermont Brigade. While on Grant's staff, he was recognized for bravery in the final assault on Petersburg on April 2.10
Judson on 14 Mar 1865 Battle.6
Judson on 25 Mar 1865 at Fort Fisher, VirginiaB.9
Judson between 25 Mar 1865 and 27 Mar 1865 at Petersburg, (Independent City), VirginiaB, Battles on 25 & 27 March 1865.6
Judson between 28 Mar 1865 and 9 Apr 1865 at Appomattox, Appomattox County, VirginiaB, Appomattox Campaign.9
Judson on 2 Apr 1865 at Petersburg, (Independent City), VirginiaB, assault on and fall of Petersburg.6,9
Judson between 3 Apr 1865 and 10 Apr 1865 pursuit of Lee.9
Judson between 11 Apr 1865 and 23 Apr 1865 at Burkesville, Cumberland County, KentuckyB, duty at Burkesville.9
Judson between 23 Apr 1865 and 27 Apr 1865 at Danville, Boone County, VirginiaB, march to Danville.9
Judson between 28 Apr 1865 and 18 May 1865 at Danville, Boone County, VirginiaB, duty at Danville.9
Judson between 19 May 1865 and 24 May 1865 at Manchester, Carroll County, MarylandB, at Manchester.9
Judson between 25 May 1865 and 24 Jun 1865 at Munson's Hill, Washington, District of ColumbiaB, at Munson's Hill.9
Judson in Jun 1865 1st Regiment Heavy Artillery attached to Middle Department, 8th Corps until August 1865.9
Judson on 8 Jun 1865 at Washington, District of ColumbiaB, Corps Review.9
Judson ended his military service, at the age of 25, on 24 Jun 1865 Mustered Out.6,7

Education

Date(s)School or University LocationNote
before 1860Judson before 1860 Attended the Tryo Conference Academy, Fairfax Baptist School and Sanbornton Bridge Boarding School.11

Census Records

CensusDate/Location/CommentOthers Same Household
Census-18401 Jun 1840, Poultney, Rutland County, VermontBAbner Lewis, Amelia Stanton, Samuel C. Lewis, Abner R. Lewis, Henry G. Lewis, Betsey Jane Lewis and Emily K. Lewis4

Occupation(s)

DateLocationOccupation/Industry
1860Poultney, Rutland County, VermontBserved as a teacher in the Poultney schools11
1870Marshall, Harrison County, TexasB"...departed the pharmaceutical business in 1870 and moved to Marshall, Texas, to work on a cotton plantation owned by Massachusetts Congressman Oakes Ames. After a year he was on the move again, first to Illinois, then back to Brooklyn."12
before 1878Sierra Leone, West AfricaB12
between 1878 and Mar 1889Sierra Leone, West AfricaB"In 1878, President Rutherford B. Hayes appointed Lewis U.S. consul to Sierra Leone, a position he held until March 1889."13
after Mar 1889Saratoga Springs, Saratoga County, New YorkB"...served as the editor of the local paper, The Saratogian, and maintained staunch Republican connections while in that community."5
1892"He applied for a disability pension in 1892, claiming a wide range of war-related maladies. An invalid pension was granted."5

Miscellaneous Information:

Land Pat10 Aug 1869Mackinac County, MichiganB, Meridian: Michigan-Toledo Strip, Township - Range: 042N - 001E, Aliquots: S½SE¼, Section: 28, Document #: 16664

80 Acres as provided by: September 28, 1850: Scrip Warrant Act of 1850 (9 Stat. 520) for Service during War of 1812. Conveyed to Preston Mitchell14     

Citations

  1. [S826] Find A Grave, online http://tinyurl.com/5xkq9
  2. [S105] Bonnie J. Wiley (6433), 13 Jan 2000.
  3. [S82] Janet Mortensen, online e-mail address, 21 April 1998.
  4. [S129] Ancestry.com, various, 1840 Census On-line.
  5. [S92] Donald H. Wickman, Letters to Vermont, Page 147.
  6. [S54] Civil War Regiments Electronic, by unknown photographer, Vermont 1st Heavy Artillery Regiment, History.
  7. [S152] Internet - Civil War Soldiers Site, online http://tinyurl.com/32e2j, Film Number M557 roll 8.
  8. [S129] Ancestry.com, various, Military Records: Civil War Service Records Disk 1 - Roll-Box: 000557, Roll-Exct: 0008, Roll-Rec: 00002653.
  9. [S88] Frederick H. Dyer, Dyer's Compendium, Page 1648.
  10. [S92] Donald H. Wickman, Letters to Vermont, Page 124.
  11. [S92] Donald H. Wickman, Letters to Vermont, Page 123.
  12. [S92] Donald H. Wickman, Letters to Vermont, Page 146.
  13. [S92] Donald H. Wickman, Letters to Vermont, Pages 146-147.
  14. [S115] Bureau of Land Management, online http://tinyurl.com/j3hn5wq
  15. [S2307] Philadelphia Times, 7 Sep 1884, Unknown.
Last Edited=23 Mar 2018

Lydia Maria Lewis

TMG ID:8566, (12 Oct 1824 - 2 Oct 1844)
Relationship:
1st cousin 3 times removed of Elsie Dora Lewis

Vital Statistics

Known Address(es)

Address(es)
On 1 Jun 1840, she lived with Roswell Rice Lewis and Elcena at Poultney, Rutland County, Vermont.
     Also at this address: Mary Elizabeth Lewis, Truman Mason Lewis, Laura Ellen Lewis, Roswell Rice Lewis Jr., William Gould Lewis and Harriet Emily Lewis.3

Citations

  1. [S826] Find A Grave, online http://tinyurl.com/5xkq9
  2. [S82] Janet Mortensen, online e-mail address, 21 April 1998.
  3. [S129] Ancestry.com, various, 1840 Census On-line.
Last Edited=26 Jun 2016

Joan (?)

TMG ID:8567

Alias(es)

  • As of 25 Feb 1967, her married name was Mrs. Wagner.
Last Edited=1 Feb 2013

Ronald Stephen Wagner

TMG ID:8572, (2 Mar 1946 - 3 Aug 2014)
Relationship:
Nephew of John Phillip Wagner

Vital Statistics

Alias(es)

  • Ronald Stephen Wagner was also known as, Ronald Stephen Wagner, Sr.2
  • His nickname was "Ron"3

Biography

Item(s)
Circa Jul 1948Ronald Stephen Wagner Young cousins and their Dads.2
On 25 Feb 1953, Ronald Stephen Wagner was mentioned in the obituary of Estella Marie Young in The Morning Olympian, Olympia, Washington Others mentioned: Stacey Elmer Wagner, Elmer Stacey Wagner, Ernest Howard Wagner, William Henry Wagner, John Phillip Wagner, Charles Wesley Wagner, Mary Lucile Wagner, Homer Clayton Young, Elmer Stacy Wagner Jr., James Lewis Wagner, Donald Ray Wagner and Margaret Arlene Wagner.4
On 5 Dec 1957, Ronald Stephen Wagner was mentioned in the obituary of Stacey Elmer Wagner in The Morning Olympian, Olympia, Washington Others mentioned: Elmer Stacey Wagner, Ernest Howard Wagner, William Henry Wagner, John Phillip Wagner, Charles Wesley Wagner, Mary Lucile Wagner, Edward Earl Wagner, Hershall Joseph Wagner, Nora Maud Wagner, Florence Willmetta Wagner, Elmer Stacy Wagner Jr., James Lewis Wagner, Denice Marie Wagner, Donald Ray Wagner, Robert Keith Wagner and Margaret Arlene Wagner.5
On 6 Dec 1957, Ronald Stephen Wagner was mentioned in the obituary of Stacey Elmer Wagner in The Morning Olympian, Olympia, Washington Others mentioned: Elmer Stacey Wagner, Ernest Howard Wagner, William Henry Wagner, John Phillip Wagner, Charles Wesley Wagner, Mary Lucile Wagner, Edward Earl Wagner, Hershall Joseph Wagner, Nora Maud Wagner, Florence Willmetta Wagner, Elmer Stacy Wagner Jr., James Lewis Wagner, Denice Marie Wagner, Donald Ray Wagner, Robert Keith Wagner and Margaret Arlene Wagner.5
On 15 Oct 1985, Ronald Stephen Wagner was mentioned in the obituary of William Henry Wagner in The Morning Olympian, Olympia, Washington Others mentioned: Rosemary Dorothy Bender, John Phillip Wagner and Ernest Howard Wagner.6

Known Address(es)

Address(es)
Circa 1999, Ronald lived at 15400 Southeast Place #42, Renton, King County, Washington, 98058B.3
     

Witnessed Events & Occasions

EventDateDetails
Gold Anniv6 Jun 1993He celebrated the golden anniversary of John Phillip Wagner and Elsie Dora Lewis on 6 Jun 1993 at Tumwater First Baptist Church, 405 X Street Southeast, Tumwater, Thurston County, WashingtonB.7,8
Burial19 Apr 2002He was present at the burial of Rosemary Dorothy Bender on 19 Apr 2002 at Odd Fellows Cemetery, Olympia, Thurston County, WashingtonB, Other mourners included: Robert Keith Wagner.3

Citations

  1. [S2126] Interview, Wagner, 2013 - 2014.
  2. [S220] Interview, Lewis, 2002 - 2018.
  3. [S252] Interview, John Philip Wagner (6443), 2002.
  4. [S3662] Morning Olympian, 25 Feb 1953, Page Twelve.
  5. [S3709] Morning Olympian, 5 Dec 1957 & 6 Dec 1957, Ten and Two.
  6. [S3713] Morning Olympian, 15 Oct 1985, Eleven.
  7. [S4] Original research and personal knowledge of Terrance Wagner (8648), 09 Jun 2011 - Various.
  8. [S1001] Wagner - Lewis Wedding Book, 6 Jun 1943, unknown repository.
Last Edited=6 Jun 2018