Descendancy Narrative of John Morgan by Charles J. Vella, Ph. D

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26A211 Marilyn7 URAN was born on Jan 14, 1946 in Stanford University Hospital, San Francisco, San Francisco Co., CA, USA.mcmlxxix Her Social Security Number was (an unknown value).mcmlxxx She visit to grandmother Imogene in Aug, 1962 at Riceville, IA, USA. She graduated on Aug 27, 1971 from San Francisco State University, San Francisco, CA, USA, with a BA in History. Her married name was Marilyn VELLA. She married Dr. Charles J. VELLA PhD, son of Angelo VELLA and Josephine MICALLEF, on Aug 19, 1972 in at San Francisco, San Francisco Co., CA, USA (at the Unitarian Church on Geary Blvd with Hans Bertsch, OFM, officiating).mcmlxxxi She was retired in 2008. Biography: Marilyn was born at Stanford Hospital in San Francisco. She lived in the Potrero projects until she was 4, then at 840 Niagra until age 13, then at 2219 30th Ave. in the Sunset. Her schools included Potrero Hill childcare, Farrigut, high second at Freddy Burke on Market St. State campus, high third at San Miguel, James Denman Middle school, then Lincoln high school, then San Francisco State University (with a BA in history), graduating in 1971. In 1967 she was on trial for 1 month for a student demostration arrest (800 people were arrested for refusing to disperse, illegal assembly and making noise); she was aquitted and her record was expunged. She went to Europe (on the Sitmar liner, Genoa) for 5 months in 1965 . She was politically active in her freshman year of high school, involved in the Ban the Bomb, Auto row demonstatrations, SF State Strike, and Vietnam War protests in Oakland. She participated in the AFT strike when she worked in childcare. She worked in insurance and main library (periodicals and info line), and then in childcare (Commodore Stockton Annex in Chinatown) for 5 years until 1973. She worked at Miraloma Nursery School (1973-1974), and then as a Kaiser secretary in the Psychiatry Dept. for 5 years (1974-1978). Lea was born in 1980, and Maya in 1987. She did at home word processing and was the administrative assistant for San Francisco Psychological Association for 2 years. In 1993 she went to work for the Health Psychology department at UCSF as their secretary/word processor. In 1996 she went to work as the secretary at Rooftop Middle School. She had a passion for quilting and exhibited at quilt shows. She was very active in her daughter's schools with quilt projects. In 1997 and 1998 her class quilts were the top Rooftop Auction money bids ($1100 in 1997 and $1450 bid in 1998). In June 2000 she quit her secretarial job at Rooftop and worked a few temp jobs, eventually returning to work at the UCSF Health Psychology Program as an administrative assistant to Nancy Adler. She retired in 2008.mcmlxxxii

26A2111 Lea8 VELLA was born on Mar 28, 1980 in Kaiser Hospital, San Francisco, San Francisco Co., CA, USA. She graduated on Jun 4, 1998 from Lowell High School, San Francisco, San Francisco Co., CA, USA. Her Social Security Number was (an unknown value). She President's Undergraduate Research Fellowship between 2001 and 2002 at UC, Davis, CA, USA. She graduated on Jun 14, 2002 from the University of California, Davis, CA, USA (BS, Neurobiology, Physiology, & Behavior, with Honors). As of Jul 23, 2002, the address of Lea VELLA was at 3149 Broadway, Apt. 6, New York, New York Co., NY, USA, 10027, (an unknown value). She graduated on May 19, 2004 from the Columbia University, Mailman School of Public Health, New York, New York Co., NY, USA, with an MPH (Masters In Public Health/Epidemiology). She married David BYRD in Aug 5, 2006 at First Unitarian Universalist Church, San Francisco, San Francisco Co., CA, USA. She began her Ph.D. progam in Neuropsychology at University of California, San Diego, CA, USA, in Aug, 2007. Biography: Lea had an elevated bilirubin at birth and stayed in the Kaiser Hospital intensive care unit for 10 days. She lived at 16th St. apt., then at 140 Moffitt St. home from 1981 to 1992. Lea did the dead man's crawl, then for 5 months knee walking from age 10 months (Topel her pediatrician said she didn't want to but could); she was walking at 15 months. Lea was a very active child (compared to her sister Maya's early calmness). She loved to jump on beds. She went to Susan Cuevas's preschool, and Pat O'Conner's preschool, then to Miraloma nursery school from two and half until KG (Leonore Slattery and Moira; Jan Bear were her teachers). Lea was known for her singing there. She went to Rooftop elementary school through the 5th grade (Ms. Nagatome, Ms. Sanford, Ms. Coragon, Ms. Moloff, then Ms. Watkins/Ms. Henry, Mrs. Condon; principal Nancy Mayeda). She then went to Everett Middle School (4.0 gpa) (teachers were Judy Logan, Frank Foreman, Ralph Manak, Nicole Gottfried, Jim Steele, Kristen DeAndres; Mr. Duffy who lost the class reports, Mr. Berkowitz who looked like Nixon and showed lots of movies; Lynnette Porteus, principal). Her first dog was Brandy, a mutt (lived for 13 years). Lea named the next family dog, a Tibetian Terrier, Chewbacca (Chewie). She started baby sitting at age 12. She joined the Singing Rainbow choral group with Candy Forrest and recorded one tape (Head First and Belly Down). Started reading voraciously at age 13. Had braces put in first time in 3rd grade (9 years old) then had them off beginning of 5th grade, then again in 6th and off in 7/93 with retainers. Backpacked for first time in summer of 1992 with 35 lb pack alone with Dad to Wildcat camp at Point Reyes. Then again with Amy, and Maya and Dad in 1993. Lea's room is exceptionally messy at age 13; she is not moody, good socially, keeps confidences. Graduated from Everett Middle School with a perfect 4.0 for 3 years in June, 1994. In winter of 1993, applied to 3 high schools: accepted at Lowell and Urban. Lick Wilmerding put her on their waiting list. Decided to go to Lowell High School. Lowell was a totally different experience. Was accepted into acclerated math and got her first D and F. But by the end of the semester was pulling B's at one of America's premier high schools. She finished her first year with a 3.67 gpa. In June, 1995, she tore some ligaments in her right knee and had knee surgery in the last week of August. In April, 1996 she took her first PSAT and got a score of 1140 (580 Verbal, 560 Math). Had all 4 wisdom teeth out in Aug. 1996. She scored 1240 in her third PSAT. She scored 1280 in her first SAT, 1350 in her second. She got a 3.72 gpa in her last quarter as a junior at Lowell. Her friends included Emily Richards, Amy Weiss, Sandy Siffs, Jenine Low, and Louise. As a senior, ranked 51st in class of 651. She applied to UC San Diego, Santa Cruz, Davis, and Berkeley, Cal Poly, and Cornell. She was accepted at UC Davis and Santa Cruz. She graduated from Lowell High School on June 8, 1998. She worked for Summergate Summer program that summer. She was accepted into the Honors Program at the University of California at Davis. She went to UC Davis in Sept. 1998, and declared a microbiology major.

She received a 4.0 her first quarter, ending with a 3.87 gpa her first year. She worked for Kaiser nursing support in the summer and volunteered in the Physical Therapy research lab of Dr. Nancy Bly (inducing dystonia in monkeys and testing dystonic patients). She moved into a townhouse apartment in Davis on 9/18/99 for her second year of college with 5 other women. During the summer of 2000, she was hired in Barbara Horowitz's neurophysiology laboratory (where she had volunteered all year) to do a research project. The majority of her lab work was spent examining cytokine levels in brains and serum of in rats. She presented her first poster paper in 2001 on her first research project, and was invited to New Orleans to present her second poster paper in 2002 on her second research project. She volunteered for Yolo County Suicide Prevention for several years. She also volunteered for an epidemiology research project. She was inititated into the Phi Sigma Biological Sciences Honor Society in 2001. In Dec. 2001 she applied to 5 graduate programs in epidemiology. She was accepted at the University of Michigan and Columbia University. Her GRE (Analysis 780/96%; Quan 690/72%; Verbal 560/76%); final Davis GRE was 3.51. She graduated in June 2002 with a B.S. in Neurobiology, Physiology and Behavior. She worked for an epidimeology project (SHARE: Study of Hispanic Acculturation, Reproduction and the Environment). She received a Howard Hughes SHARP fellowship (Effects of aging on brain levels of TNF-a and IL-1B); a President's Undergraduate Fellowship (Effects of Aging and Serum levels of beta endorphin); and a Howard Hughes FIRST Fellowship (Circulating levles of TNF-a and IL-1B in F344 rats). Honors included: Gamma Delta Chapter of Phi Sigma; Dean's List for 2 years; Davis Honor's Challenge; and California Scholarship Federation.

She left for New York on Jul 21, 2002. She found an apt the next day. She started graduate school in public health/epidemiology at the Mailman School of Public Health of Columbia University in Sept. 2002. In May 2004 she submitted her master's thesis in epidemiology ("Are Social Circumstances at Birth Risk Factors for Schizophrenia", a study of 19,000 Kaiser patients; she found that low parental income doubled the risk for schizophrenia). She graduated with a Masters degree in Public Health/Epidemiology on May 19, 2004. In Aug. 2004 she was hired by Dr. David Moer as a biostatistician in a UCSF study of multiple sclerosis, working at the Veterans Hospital in San Francisco. She and David Byrd got their first apartment together in Sept. 2004. They got engaged in May 2004. She took the Psychology GRE and scored a 750 (95%) in Apr 2006. She was married to David in Aug. 2006. In 2007, she applied to 20 psychology graduate programs and received a fellowship offer (with yearly tuition and stipend) at the University of California, San Diego, which she accepted. They bought their first house in San Diego in April 2007. She started her Ph.D. program in Neuropsychology at UCSD in Aug. 2007, with a yearly stipend of $25000. She presented a poster session in New York in June 2008. She started her first clinic therapy cases in July 2008. She became pregnant in 2011 and gave birth to Noelle in Sep. 2012. Dissertation proposal: Cognitive Assessment in Homeless. She was the author of Telephone-Administered Psychotherapy for Depression

David C. Mohr, PhD; Stacey L. Hart, PhD; Laura Julian, PhD; Claudine Catledge, MA; Lara Honos-Webb, PhD; Lea Vella, MPH; Edwin T. Tasch, MD, Arch Gen Psychiatry. 2005;62:1007-1014.

Barriers to psychotherapy among depressed and nondepressed primary care patients

Annals of Behavioral Medicine, Volume 32, Number 3 / December, 2006, David C. Mohr, Stacey L. Hart, Isa Howard, Laura Julian, Lea Vella, Claudine Catledge and Mitchell D. Feldman

The Effect of Telephone-Administered Psychotherapy on Symptoms of Depression and Attrition: A Meta-Analysis

Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice, Volume 15 Issue 3, Pages 243 - 253, Published Online: 21 Aug 2008

David C. Mohr, Lea Vella, Stacey Hart, Timothy Heckman and Gregory Simon
Stress Facilitates Consolidation of Verbal Memory for a Film but Does Not, Behavioral Neuroscience, 2006, Vol. 120, No. 3, 518–527, Affect Retrieval, Victoria E. Beckner, David M. Tucker, and Yvon Delville, David C. Mohr (Lea Vella for her statistical consultation)
Alliance in Two Telephone-Administered Treatments: Relationship with Depression and Health Outcomes

Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, v75 n3 p508-512 Jun 2007

Beckner, Victoria; Vella, Lea; Howard, Isa; Mohr, David C.
Employment in multiple sclerosis

Journal of Neurology, Volume 255, Number 9 / September, 2008

L. J. Julian, L. Vella, T. Vollmer, O. Hadjimichael and D. C. Mohr
Therapeutic alliance mediates the relationship between interpersonal problems and depression outcome in a cohort of multiple sclerosis patients

Journal of Clinical Psychology, Volume 62 Issue 9, Pages 1197 - 1204, Published Online: 29 Jun 2006

Isa Howard, Rebecca Turner, Rhoda Olkin, David C. Mohr In addition, I would like to thank Lea Vella for her help

with the statistical analyses.

Relationships Among Depressive Symptoms, Benefit-Finding, Optimism, and Positive Affect in Multiple Sclerosis Patients After Psychotherapy for Depression by Stacey Hart, Lea Vella, and David Mohr, Health Psychology, 2008
Telephone-administered psychotherapy for depression in MS patients: moderating role of social support

Victoria Beckner, Isa Howard, ... David C Mohr. J Behav Med 33(1):47-59 (2009) PMID 19941048

We examined whether baseline social support might differentially affect treatment outcome in 127 participants with MS and depression randomized to either Telephone-administered Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (T-CBT) or Telephone-administered Emotion-Focused Therapy (T-EFT).
The efficacy of supported employment for middle-aged and older people with schizophrenia.

Elizabeth W Twamley, Lea Vella, ... Dilip V Jeste. Schizophr Res () (2011) PMID 22197080

Middle-aged and older adults with schizophrenia are good candidates for supported employment services.
Compensatory cognitive training for psychosis: who benefits? Who stays in treatment?

Elizabeth W Twamley, Cynthia Z Burton and Lea Vella. Schizophr Bull 37 Suppl 2():S55-62 (2011) PMID 21860048

These results suggest that those with lower baseline functioning may have more room to improve following CT. The pattern of correlations in this sample indicated that many types of individuals can improve with CT treatment, including older patients....
Assessing everyday functioning in schizophrenia: Not all informants seem equally informative.

Samir Sabbag, Elizabeth M Twamley, ... Philip D Harvey. Schizophr Res () (2011) PMID 21620682

Self reports of everyday functioning on the part of people with schizophrenia have been found to be poorly correlated with the reports of other informants and with their own performance of tests of cognition and functional abilities.

Differential effects of executive functioning on suicide attempts.

Cynthia Z Burton, Lea Vella, ... Elizabeth W Twamley. J Neuropsychiatry Clin Neurosci 23(2):173-9 (2011) PMID 21677246

Suicide is common among individuals with psychiatric illness; executive functioning may be associated with suicide risk. The authors examined demographic, clinical, and executive-functioning variables in suicide ideators and suicide attempters, hypothesizing that attempters would dem...

Homelessness and neuropsychological impairment: preliminary analysis of adults entering outpatient psychiatric treatment.

Chad A Bousman, Elizabeth W Twamley, ... Robert K Heaton. J Nerv Ment Dis 198(11):790-4 (2010) PMID 21048468

We performed brief NP testing examining learning, recall, processing speed, executive functioning, and verbal fluency in 50 ever- and 22 never-homeless persons entering outpatient psychiatric treatment. Groups were matched a priori on key demographic, substance use, psychiatric, and premorbid intell...

Relationships among depressive symptoms, benefit-finding, optimism, and positive affect in multiple sclerosis patients after psychotherapy for depression.

Stacey L SL Hart, Lea L Vella and David C DC Mohr. Health Psychol 27(2):230-8 (2008) PMID 18377142

Data were analyzed with multilevel random-effects models, controlling for time since MS diagnosis and type of treatment. Improved depression was associated with increased benefit-finding over time.

Reduction in disability in a randomized controlled trial of telephone-administered cognitive-behavioral therapy.

David C Mohr, Stacey Hart and Lea Vella. Health Psychol 26(5):554-63 (2007) PMID 17845107

Patients in both treatments showed significant improvements in disability and fatigue. These improvements were related to reductions in depression. T-CBT produced significantly greater decreases in disability and fatigue, compared with T-SEFT, even after controlling for depression. The greater benef...
Validating the Measurement of Real-World Functional Outcomes: Phase I Results of the VALERO Study

Philip D. Harvey, Ph.D.; Tenko Raykov, Ph.D.; Elizabeth W. Twamley, Ph.D.; Lea Vella, M.A., M.P.H.; Robert K. Heaton, Ph.D.; Thomas L. Patterson, Ph.D. Am J Psychiatry 2011;168. .

26A21111 Noelle Rivka9 BYRD was born on Sep 17, 2011 in Mary Birch Hospital for Women and Infants, San Diego, CA, USA, at 4:07 PM. Biography: Noelle was born at 4:07 PM at Mary Birch Hospital, at 27 weeks, weighing 2 lbs 4 oz. She was placed in the NICU and was put on a respirator and given a blood transfusion. She had a full head of hair and blond eyelashes. Three brain scans were normal; she had multiple blood transfusions (common in premies). She came home on 12/1/2011. Research: The Vella GIRLS and Noelle Rivka BYRD: 7th cousin, Abraham Lincoln.
26A2112 Maya8 VELLA was born on Apr 12, 1987 in Kaiser Hospital, San Francisco, San Francisco Co., CA, USA. She and Dr. Charles J. VELLA PhD On Halloween of 1997, Charlie & Maya carved their first 10 pumpkins and he did his first Mona Lisa pumpkin in 1997. Her Social Security Number was (an unknown value). She graduated on Jun 8, 2005 from Lowell High School, San Francisco, San Francisco Co., CA, USA, with a 4.0 gpa; life member California Scholarship Federation. She graduated on Jun 12, 2009 from the University of California, Davis, CA, USA, BA in Microbiology. She began medical school at the University of San Francisco Medical School, San Francisco, CA, USA, in Sep 6, 2011. Biography: Maya spent her first 3 days of life in the Intensive Care Nursery for polysythemia (too many red blood cells) and had a belly button water transfusion. The family dog Brandy died the week Maya was born. Since Lea had chicken pox, she stayed at Grandma's house for a week before coming home to 140 Moffitt. Maya sat up between 4-5 months, and loved to sit in the middle of front room with a basket. She did backward butt scooting and never crawled except once. She walked at 13 months. She was late teething (none til 1). She attended Wind in the Willows (Pat and Margarita; flower school), Eureka Learning Center (with Bill, Linda and Leslie), and Rooftop Elementary School (Ms. Nagatome). Sang Puff the Magic dragon at Camp Mather when she was 3 on Talent night in front of 300 people. Had Ms. Nagatomi in kindergarten. Had Ms. Casey for first grade;Ms. Korrigan in second; Ms. Moloff in third. She loved Barbies and Little Bear (lost original when 4). Class representative in 1st grade and 3rd grade. She loved puzzles, especially hard ones. Dr. Mogerman was her pediatrician, then Dr. Topel. She had multiple ear infections and finally had ear tube surgery in May 1993 (just when she was becoming an avid swimmer). First backpacked into Point Reyes with family in 1992, then alone with Dad (with a 5 lb. backpack in 1993), Amy and Lea. She was in her first RIP play performance in 1995. She had to have her 4 lower front teeth extracted in the summer of 1995. She got front braces. In the fourth grade, she had Mrs. Zidek and Mr. Pringle. She took modern dance with Marybeth Galont at JCC. She had Ann Henry for fifth grade and went to Valley of the Moon for 3 days (all wet). Vacationed in Felton the summer of 1998 and really began to read. In summer between 5th and 6th grade, she attended a Math camp for girls at CSU Hayward. Had Ms. Attard and Ms. Raina for 6th grade at Rooftop School; took swing with Tiffany and modern dance with Julia. She got Lea's room when sister went to UC Davis. She received a 4.0 grade point average. She competed in track in 1999, and in May, 1999, she was in the All City Finals in track, coming in last in the relay (with Sophie, Laura, Mays). She attended an Off Broadway Girl Scout Camp in Soquel in Aug. 1999 (performing Lion, Witch and Wardrobe). In the7th grade she had Amy Colt and Sean Donahue. She got her braces off in Sept. 1999. She was in several performances of Sondheim's "Into the Woods". She got a 4.0 average in the 7th grade. She did long jumping in athletics (jumping 10'8''). She was a junior counselor at Silver Tree Camp in Glenn Park in the summer of 2000. On SAT9, she got 93-98th percentile scores. She went to Calaveras County for vacation with the Hoods. She carved 5 pumpkins that Halloween. She made 4.0 Honor Roll in her first semester of 8th grade. She graduated from Rooftop Middle School in June 2001. She carved 15 pumpkins in Oct. 2001. She began Lowell High School in Sep. 2001. She got a 660 (74 %) in PSAT Ecological Biology in 2001. She earned a 3.81 gpa her first year. She went to Vermont to visit Sophie for a month, visiting Maine and doing a canoe camp in July 2002. She began weekly Flamenco dance lessons. In her second year at Lowell, she began volunteering at Open Hand (food service for HIV patients, elders, etc.) and joined the chess club. Carved 15 pumpkins at Halloween. Got interested in Japanese graphic novels. In 2003, her Flamenco group danced at the Petaluma Ethnic Dance festival and did several open dance nights at Azkenaz in Berkeley. She got a 5 on her first AP course in European History. In July, she spent a month with Sophie and Nora in Vermont. In August she started bellydancing. Moth in ear episode on Thanksgiving night 2003. PSAT Dec 2003 was at 98%tile. In Mar 2004, she took the SAT Reasoning Tests, receiving a 1460 (Verbal, 780, 99%; Math, 680, 91%). In Apr 2004, she was a semifinalist (top 500 in US) in the first USA Biology Olympiad. She won $1000 Governor's Scholarship. She took the SAT2 Molecular Biology (730, 84%) and US History (710, 84%) in May 2004. She took the SAT2 Writing (740, 89%) and Math I (700, 84%) in June 2004. She got a 5 in her Biology AP final. She spent 3 weeks in Vermont with Sophie that summer. She was asked to participate in the Biology Science Bowl in 2005, a national science competition. She got accepted in Mar 2005 into SFSU, LASU, Humboldt, Cal Poly at San Luis Obispo, and at the University of California at Berkeley, Davis, Santa Cruz, Los Angeles, and San Diego! She graduated from Lowell HS on June 8, 2005, with a 4.00 GPA (1 of 109 out of 600 graduates) and got 3 AP scores of 5. She accepted UC Davis for college, where she was in top 3% of entering class and was offered entry into the Honors Program. She went to Malta with family in June 2005. She volunteered for 2 months at UCSF's Virology lab (Dr. van Rijn), learning about RNA (extracting it from fruit flies). She went to Vermont for 2 weeks.

In 2006-2008 she maintained a 3.99 gpa and had been continuously on the Dean's List. She volunteered in the cancer research lab of Dr. Jose Torres from 2006 to 2009. She started tutoring biology in 2007. She broke her nose in Aug. 2007 in a bike accident. She was inducted into Phi Sigma Biological Sciences Honor Society (Gamma Delta Chapter, UC Davis) on May 29, 2008 (this is an invitation only Honor Society for those who maintain high gpa and have done biological research). In June 2008 she went to Europe with best friend Sophie, then to Vermont, and then to Cancer Institute in Northern Mexico where she ghosted an oncologist for several weeks. She graduated from UC Davis on June 12, 2009 with a BS in Microbiology. She was awarded a Citation for outstanding academic and research achievements in her major on behalf of the College of Biological Sciences. She received the sole 2009 College of Biological Sciences Undergraduate Student of the Year Award! This award is given to a graduating senior who excels in academics, research activity and service to the campus or the community. She went to Vermont for a month to be with Sophie and the 2 of them went to Europe for 2 weeks (London, Paris, Dublin, Venice). She went to Oaxaca for 2 weeks for Meisha's wedding. In Sept 2009 she started her volunteer job at Kaiser San Francisco in infection control under Dr. Debbie Gold. In Feb-Mar 2010, she did a Kaplan MCAT course. On May 25, 2010, she got her MCAT score of 43 (out of 45) (99%)! She applied to 25 medical schools. She got interviews at Michigan, Mt. Sinai, UC Davis, Columbia, Univ. of Pittsburg, UCSF, Johns Hopkins, UCLA & UC San Diego. She got accepted at UCSF, Mt. Sinai, wait listed at Michigan, San Diego. She accepted UCSF Medical School and began medical school on Sep. 6, 2011. She had her white coat ceremony on Sep. 9, 2011. She received a Regent's scholarship award for 2011. (6700 students applied, 450 were interviewd, 150 were accepted into her class; Class of 2015).

Research: The Vella GIRLS and Maya VELLA.
26A212 Susan Gail7 URAN was born on Aug 22, 1951 in Oakland, Alameda Co., CA, USA.mcmlxxxiii,mcmlxxxiv Her married name was EVIND. She married Martin Edward EVIND, son of Norman Herald EVIND and Geraldine Mary BRENNAN, on Jan 12, 1980 at San Francisco, San Francisco Co., CA, USA.mcmlxxxv She and Martin Edward EVIND resided in 2009 in Santa Rosa, CA, USA. Biography: Susan went to San Miguel and Robert Louis Stevenson elementary schools; High School at Lincoln (grad. in 1969); College at SF State between 1969-1974, majoring in theatre arts. She went to Maharishi University in 1975 to study transcendental meditation. She worked for Calif. State as a clerk and went to Europe for 6 months. She had different jobs at Levi Strauss, SF State College, UCSF Medical School (3 times), and at Macy's. She married Marty in 1980. She did twenty years of community theatre, acting in countless plays. She lived at 1973 Belmont Ct, Santa Rosa; and at 2138 Hidden Valley Dr., Santa Rosa, CA. She passed the state teacher's exam in 1995. She reedited and published "A California Cook Book", originally published in 1916.
26A2121 Rebecca Ann8 EVIND was born on Nov 3, 1981 in University of California Hospital, San Francisco, San Francisco Co., CA, USA.mcmlxxxvi Biography: Rebecca went to Loma Verde, Proctor Terrace, Presidio (all in San Francisco), and Santa Rosa Elementary schools. She graduated from Santa Rosa High School in June, 1999. She worked in a bank in 2008.
26A2122 Amy Lynn8 EVIND was born on Feb 3, 1985 in University of California Hospital, San Francisco, San Francisco Co., CA, USA.mcmlxxxvii She married Joshua Santi BERTOZZI in Sep 26, 2009 at Occidental, CA, USA. Her married name was BERTOZZI. As of 2010, the address of Amy Lynn EVIND was
26A2123 Natalie Kay8 EVIND was born on Dec 27, 1987 in at Santa Rosa Community Hospital, Santa Rosa, Sonoma, CA, USA.mcmlxxxviii She worked in a vetinary office in 2008.
26A22 Stanley M.6 URAN was born on May 8, 1913 in Wellsburg, Grundy, IA, USA.mcmlxxxix,mcmxc He died on May 18, 1913 at Wellsburg, Grundy, IA, USA, of gastroenteritis.mcmxci,mcmxcii He was buried at Uran lot in Wellsburg Cemetery, Wellsburg, Grundy, IA, USA.
26A23 Ellen Vivian6 URAN was born on Nov 20, 1915 in Wellsburg, Grundy, IA, USA.mcmxciii,mcmxciv She was baptized at Presbyterian Church, Waterloo, IA, USA.mcmxcv She married Bill James WILSON in Dec 20, 1946 at Hapeville, Cobb, GA, USA, at Presbyterian Church.mcmxcvi,mcmxcvii Her married name was WILSON. Research: Janice PARKS and Ellen Vivian URAN: Janice Parks sent family group sheets of William Houghton of Walworth Co., WI to Ellen Uran Wilson in 1970.mcmxcviii She corresponded with Irma Jean MYRICE on Apr 4, 1992 Irma sent information on White family. She corresponded with Dr. Charles J. VELLA PhD between 1993 and 1994 I exchanged a series of letters with Ellen related to the Morgan, Uran, and Houghton lines. She repeatedly answered all my questions. She corresponded with Dr. John Wynne MCCOY on Sep 4, 1995. Correspondence: she corresponded with the author and contributed data to the Houghton Project. Correspondence: she corresponded with the author and contributed data to the Houghton Project. As of Dec, 1998, the address of Ellen Vivian URAN was at Ellen V. Wilson, 405 3rd Ave. NW #7, Rockford, IA, USA, 50468-1122, 1-515-756-3355, (an unknown value).mcmxcix As of Jan 12, 2002, the address of Ellen Vivian URAN was at Ellen V. Wilson, 211 7th St. NE Apt. 14, Rockford, IA, USA, 50468-1188, (an unknown value). She She went into a nursing home in 2006. She died on Dec 13, 2009 at Nora Springs Care Center, Nora Springs, IA, She was the subject of an Obituary Posted: Tuesday, December 15, 2009 12:00 am
Ellen V. Wilson
RICEVILLE — Ellen Vivian Wilson, 94, of Riceville, died Sunday (Dec. 13, 2009) at the Nora Springs Care Center in Nora Springs.
Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday, Dec. 17, 2009, at the Riceville United Methodist Church, with the Rev. Pamela Kranzler officiating. Burial will be in the Riverside Cemetery in Riceville.
Visitation will be held one hour prior to services on Thursday at the church.
Lindstrom Funeral Home, 641-985-2242 on Dec 15, 2009. Biography: She started elementary school in Wellsburg, IA in 1922, then at Waterloo, IA, and finished at Riceville in 1930. She called her mother Moo. Graduated 1934 from Riceville High School. She played basketball in high school and belonged to a winning glee club. She took Normal Training and graduated in 1935. For 1 year, she went to St. Mary's Hospital in Rochchester, MN. She attended the America Instute of Business at Des Moines from 1938 to 1940, where she was pledged to the Phi Rho Zeta Sorority. She did clerical work form 1940 to 1944. She graduated from the Midland Radio School in Kansas City, MO. She was a teletypist for Eastern Airlines in Atlanta, GA from 1944 to 1946. She met her husband at a Y.W.C.A. dance. She married Bill James Wilson in Dec. 1946. They bought a home at Hapeville, GA. They lived in Decatur, GA from 1948 to 1958 (at 4191 Midway Rd). She did all the typing for her mother's genealogy books. She moved back to Riceville, IA in 1960. She lived at RR 1, Box 276 A#2, Riceville, IA until 1994. On Sept. 24, 1994, she moved to 405 3rd Ave. NW, Apt 7, Rockford, IA (50468) in 1994, two blocks from her daughter Rene. She was anemic and needed IV iron. She was a genealogist (using Benjamin Uran's data for her genealogy of the Uran family). She belonged to the American Legion Auxiliary, Amvets Auxiliary, and the Mitchell Co. Historical Society.
Ellen was a genealogist who collected and distributed much of the data her mother had compiled on the Uran, Morgan, and Houghton sides of the family. In 2006, her daughter Rene, with permission of her sisters, gave all of Ellen's genealogical material (~8 boxes, mostly her mother Imogene's material) to the author, Dr. Charles Vella.mmi,mmii
26A231 Sharon7 WILSON was born on Sep 4, 1947 in Crawford Long Hospital, Atlanta, Fulton, GA, USA.mmiii,mmiv She was christened on Jul 25, 1948 at Decatur, Macon, GA, USA, Midway Presbyterian Church. She married Edward Otto HAESSLER in Feb 19, 1971 at Le Claire, IA, USA, Justice of Peace.mmv Her married name was HAESSLER. She resided in 1976 in Le Claire, IA, USA. Her married name was FULLER. She married Dennis FULLER in Aug 10, 1979 at Presbyterian Church, Le Claire, IA, USA. She resided in 1983 in DeWitt, IA, USA.mmvi Her married name was FLEMING. She married Harold FLEMING in Dec 15, 1990.mmvii As of between 1995 and 2000, the address of Sharon WILSON and Harold FLEMING was at 8809 35th St. West, Milan, IL, USA, 61264, (an unknown value). As of 2010, the address of Sharon WILSON was at 8809 35th St W #35, Milan, IL, USA, Biography: Was in Decatur GA at 1 year. Graduated from assistant laboratory techinician school in Davenport in 1966. Lived at Geneseo, IL, then Milan, IL, where they bought acreage with fruit trees. In 1994 had one dog and a dozen cats.
26A2311 Misty Dawn8 WILSON was born on Dec 23, 1969 in Osage, IA, USA, Ellen Wilson: Davenport, IA.mmviii She was adopted by Edward Otto HAESSLER on Oct 31, 1974.mmix She was also known as HAESSLER. Her married name was THILTGEN.mmx She married Steven THILTGEN in Aug 11, 1990 at Presbyterian Church, Dubuque, IA, USA.mmxi She resided in 1995 in Dubuque, Dubuque, IA, USA. As of between Oct 10, 2002 and Feb, 2005, the address of Misty Dawn WILSON was "Misty Thiltgen" .

Biography: Lived in San Diego, CA and then Dubuque, IA in 1994. My husband Steve works for the Microsoft Corporation. He is a manager over a group in the state of Georgia. I stay home with our three girls but, do work weekends with a florist who does weddings. I worked as a florist for close to 10 years. Mary Sharon is 8 and in third grade, she plays soccer and does all the normal kid stuff. Sabra Rose is 5 (and a half, she would say) and is in kindergarten, she to is in soccer. Millicent Dawn is going to be one on the 16th of this month, she is a happy baby.

26A23111 Mary Sharon9 THILTGEN was born on Mar 7, 1994 in San Diego, San Diego, CA, USA. She resided in 1995 in Dubuque, Dubuque, IA, USA.
26A23112 Sabra Rose9 THILTGEN was born on Jan 18, 1997.mmxii
26A23113 Millicent Dawn9 THILTGEN was born on Oct 16, 2001. She also went by the name of Millie.
26A23114 Sophia Matilda9 THILTGEN was born on Jul 30, 2004.
26A232 Janice7 WILSON was born on Oct 8, 1949 in Crawford Long Hospital, Atlanta, Fulton, GA, USA.mmxiii She was christened on Feb 11, 1951 at Decatur, Macon, GA, USA, Midway Presbyterian Church. Arden Clinton RIZER was the partner of Janice WILSON.mmxiv She resided in 1976 in Mason City, IA, USA. Michael JACOBS was the partner of Janice WILSON.mmxv She resided in 1983 in Charles City, IA, USA. As of between 1996 and 2000, the address of Janice WILSON was at 402 N. Grand Ave., Charles City, Floyd, IA, USA, 50616, (an unknown value). She was also known as Jan. Biography: She was trained as a beautician, and then as a receptionist.

She owned Headline's, a salon.

26A2321 Lavinia Lee8 RIZER was born on Aug 17, 1968 in Riceville, Mitchell, IA, USA.mmxvi Her married name was HAHN. She married Mark HAHN in Sep 15, 1990 at Charles City, IA, USA.mmxvii She and Mark HAHN were divorced circa 1994. As of 1995, the address of Lavinia Lee RIZER was at 13004 E. Kansas Place, Aurora, Adams Co., CO, USA, 80012, (an unknown value). Her married name was NEIMAN.mmxviii She married Allen NEIMAN in Jul 17, 1999 at Arvada, CO, USA.mmxix She was also known as Lee.mmxx
26A23211 Kourtney9 NEIMAN was born circa 1992.mmxxi
26A23212 Levi Emil9 NEIMAN was born on Apr 24, 2002.
26A23213 Reno West9 NEIMAN was born on Jun 21, 2004.
26A2322 Lacey Jo8 JACOBS was born on Jun 25, 1982 in Riceville, Mitchell, IA, USA.mmxxii She lived at at 402 N. Grand Ave., Charles City, Floyd, IA, USA, 50616, on between 1996 and 2000. Biography.
26A233 Rene7 WILSON was born on Dec 2, 1951 in Crawford Long Hospital, Atlanta, Fulton, GA, USA.mmxxiii,mmxxiv She was baptized on Jun 22, 1952 at Buford, GA, USA.mmxxv,mmxxvi She was a a beautician. Her married name was Rene BIJANI.mmxxvii She married Gulamabbas BIJANI in Aug 21, 1975 at Des Moines, IA, USA.mmxxviii She and Gulamabbas BIJANI were divorced in 1977. She resided in between 1977 and 1983 in Riceville, IA, USA. Her married name was RIEMAN. She married Darwin RIEMAN in Aug 22, 1987 at Presbyterian Church, Algona, IA, USA.mmxxix She resided in 1991 in Cheyenne, WY, USA. She and Darwin RIEMAN resided in between 1995 and 2002 in Rockford, IA, USA, They ran a gas station and grocery store in Rudd, IA. As of Oct 10, 2002, the address of Rene WILSON was at 210 6th St., N.W., Rockford, IA, USA, 50468-1153, 641-756-3668, rene rieman . As of between 2006 and 2008, the address of Rene WILSON was
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