Person:Mary Harres (4)

Watchers
m. 17 OCT 1824
  1. Elizabeth Harres1825 - 1826
  2. George Harres1827 - 1829
  3. Eliza Harres1829 - 1829
  4. Mary Ann Harres1830 - 1909
  5. John Henry Harres1832 - 1889
  6. Charles Gebhard Harres1835 - 1859
  7. Amelia Josephine Harres1839 - 1912
  8. Theodore G Harres1840 - 1867
m. 1 Aug 1850
  1. Ida Challiss1851 - 1932
  2. Bertha Challiss1853 - 1938
  3. Katie Challiss1855 - 1856
  4. Paul H Challiss1860 - 1928
  5. Maria Challiss1861 - 1932
  6. Blanche Challiss1863 - 1950
  7. Dora Challiss1865 - 1957
  8. Dr Daisy Challiss1867 - Bet 1939 & 1943
  9. Amelia Challiss1869 - 1937
  10. James Milbank Challiss1870 - 1937
  11. Ralph H Challiss1875 - 1923
Facts and Events
Name[1][2][3] Mary Ann Harres
Alt Name[4] Missie Harres
Alt Name[4][5] Queen Harres
Gender Female
Birth[8][6][7] 29 MAY 1830 2100 Chestnut St, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA, USA
Residence[13] BEF 1850 Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA, USA
Residence[11][12][13] 1850 Moorestown, Burlington County, NJ, USA
Marriage 1 Aug 1850 Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United Statesto William Lawrence Challiss
Baptism[15] APR 1856 Moorestown, Burlington County, NJ, USA
Residence[14] 1856 Atchison, Atchison County, KS, USA
Other Apr 1857 Atchison, Atchison, Kansas, United StatesDr. and Mrs. Challis and their two daughters came to Atchison by steamboat Meteor from Moorestown, N.J.
with William Lawrence Challiss
Residence[16][17][18][38] FROM APR 1857 TO OCT 1858 Forest Park, , , Atchison County, KS, USA
Religion[20][19] 24 APR 1858 First Baptist Church, Ninth St and Kansas Ave, Atchison, Atchison County, KS, USAAmerican Baptist
Religion[21][22] 01 AUG 1858 First Baptist Church, Allen's Hall, Second and Commercial St, Atchison, Atchison County, KS, USA
Residence[35][18][19][23] 1860 224 North Second St & Santa Fe, Atchison, Atchison County, KS, USA
Residence[24][16][18] FROM MAY 1863 TO 1865 Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA, USA
Residence[18][25][26] 1865 203 North Terrace (was N. 1st), Atchison, Atchison County, KS, USA
Residence[12][27][28][7] 1874 Woodlawn, Nemaha County, KS, USA
Other abt 1874 Rockland, Chase, Kansas, United Statesowned farm
with William Lawrence Challiss
Residence[29][30] FROM 1881 TO JUL 1888 cabin summer home, , Woodlawn, Nemaha County, KS, USA
Residence[31][32] 1887 Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA, USA
Religion[33] 1890 First Baptist Church, Ninth St and Kansas Ave, Atchison, Atchison County, KS, USAWoman's Missionary Society
Other 1895 Woodlawn, Nemaha, Kansas, United Statessold the summer home
with William Lawrence Challiss
Religion[34] 1897 First Baptist Church, Ninth St and Kansas Ave, Atchison, Atchison County, KS, USAmembers of the Ladies Sewing Society
Residence[13] 1905 Adrian, Lenawee County, MI, USA
Retirement[6] 1909
Death[9][10][6][36] 30 APR 1909 707 Lincoln Ave, Toledo, Lucas County, OH, USA
Burial[9][10][6][37] 02 MAY 1909 Mount Vernon Cemetery, 6920 Rawlins Rd, Atchison, Atchison County, KS, USA
References
  1. Challiss, Mary Ann; her children. From Maine to Texas. (privately printed, n.p, 1897)
    Mary A. Challiss letter.
  2. Tonsing, Ruth. Challiss Martin Memory Book, Record Type: collection of newspaper clippings, Location: Atchison, Kansas, Url:. (before 1967)
    94, Challiss and Harres marriage certificate.
  3. Mary A. Challiss, death certificate 20648 (1909), Ohio Historical Society, Archives/Library Division, 1982 Vel. (1909).
  4. 4.0 4.1 Martin, Ruth Margaret Mellenbruch. Family tree--Challis Harres Martin Tonsing Otis. (Fort Worth, Texas, USA: Paul Martin Tonsing, 1979)
    8-12.
  5. Butler, Susan. East to the Dawn: the Life of Amelia Earhart. (Addison-Wesley, Reading, Massachusetts, 1997)
    3.
  6. 6.0 6.1 6.2 6.3 Mary A. Challiss, death certificate 20648 (1909), Ohio Historical Society, Archives/Library Division, 1982 Vel. (1909).
  7. 7.0 7.1 Challiss, Mary Ann; her children. From Maine to Texas. (privately printed, n.p, 1897)
    Mary A. Challiss letter.
  8. United States. 1850 U.S. Census Population Schedule, Philadelphia County, Southwark, wards 1-3, Pennsylvania,. (1850)
    99.
  9. 9.0 9.1 Mount Vernon Cemetery, 6920 Rawlins Rd., Atchison, Atchison County, Kansas 66002, 393225N0950835W, Record Type
    William L. & Mary A. Challiss tombstone, read by Richard Tonsing, 24 July 1997.
  10. 10.0 10.1 Find A Grave, Record Type: (Internet), Location: PO Box 522107, Salt Lake City, Utah 84152-2107, Url: www.find
    Memorial# 54352151.
  11. Challiss, Mary Ann; her children. From Maine to Texas. (privately printed, n.p, 1897)
    Bertha Challiss Rogers letter May 20, 1897.
  12. 12.0 12.1 Unknown Newspaper Clipping, Location: Atchison, Kansas
    miscellaneous newspaper clipping.
  13. 13.0 13.1 13.2 Challiss, Mary A.; her children. Woodlawn. (privately printed, 1904)
    144.
  14. Murphy D. D., John R. Memoir of Rev. James M. Challiss. (Jas. B. Rodgers Co, Philadelphia, 1870)
    231.
  15. Murphy D. D., John R. Memoir of Rev. James M. Challiss. (Jas. B. Rodgers Co, Philadelphia, 1870)
    270.
  16. 16.0 16.1 Raney, Matthew A. The Early Political and Military Career of Governor John Alexander Martin of Kansas, Record Type: Master Thesi. (1991)
    199.
  17. Challiss, Mrs. W. L. Story of the First Baptist Church of Atchison, Kansas. (The Home Printing Company, Atchison, Kansas, 1898)
    7.
  18. 18.0 18.1 18.2 18.3 Tonsing, Ruth. Challiss Martin Memory Book, Record Type: collection of newspaper clippings, Location: Atchison, Kansas, Url:. (before 1967)
    95, unidentified Atchison? newspaper, January 25, 1929, "What the People Say", signed Mrs. John A. Martin.
  19. 19.0 19.1 Martin, Ruth Margaret Mellenbruch. Family tree--Challis Harres Martin Tonsing Otis. (Fort Worth, Texas, USA: Paul Martin Tonsing, 1979)
    8-12.
  20. The United States Biographical Dictionary Kansas Volume Containing Accurately Compiled Biographical Sketches i. (S. Lewis & Co, Chicago and Kansas City, 1879)
    19-20.
  21. Challiss, Mrs. W. L. Story of the First Baptist Church of Atchison, Kansas. (The Home Printing Company, Atchison, Kansas, 1898)
    17.
  22. History of the State of Kansas: Atchison County, Url: http:/www.ukans.edu/carrie/kancoll/books/cutler/atchison. (A. T. Andreas, Chicago, August 1998)
    Atchison County, part 8.
  23. Daily Globe, Location: Atchison, Kansas (1).
  24. Challiss, Mary Ann; her children. From Maine to Texas. (privately printed, n.p, 1897)
    Ida Challiss Martin letter May 26, 1897.
  25. Ida Challiss. Pension Application File, Subject: Martin, Ida C, Record Group: 15, File Number: WC-408623
    Declaration for Original Pension of a Widow sworn to by Ida C. Martin and witnessed by W. L. Challiss.
  26. Tonsing, Ruth Martin. Ruth Photo Album. (1967).
  27. Challiss, Mary A.; her children. Woodlawn. (privately printed, 1904)
    1.
  28. 1920 to June 4, 1935, Record Type: newspaper clippings, Subject: Ruth Martin Tonsing and relatives
    6, Los Angeles Herald, Aug. 25, 1921.
  29. Tonsing, Ruth. Challiss Martin Memory Book, Record Type: collection of newspaper clippings, Location: Atchison, Kansas, Url:. (before 1967)
    89, unidentified Woodlawn? newspaper, "Saw Woodlawn Rise--James M. Challiss Re-visits Old Home and Talks of Town in His Boyhood Days".
  30. Tonsing, Ruth Martin. Ruth Photo Album. (1967)
    1882 ca Woodlawn cabin.png.
  31. Tonsing, Ruth. Challiss Martin Memory Book, Record Type: collection of newspaper clippings, Location: Atchison, Kansas, Url:. (before 1967)
    5.
  32. Martin, Ida. A Diary of Ida Martin: January 1 to March 30, 1887. (14 June 1998).
  33. Challiss, Mrs. W. L. Story of the First Baptist Church of Atchison, Kansas. (The Home Printing Company, Atchison, Kansas, 1898)
    107.
  34. Challiss, Mrs. W. L. Story of the First Baptist Church of Atchison, Kansas. (The Home Printing Company, Atchison, Kansas, 1898)
    94.
  35. Daily Globe, Location: Atchison, Kansas.
  36. senile exhaustion
  37. R68-BL104-BK2
  38. homestead on quarter section of land (now Forest Hills golf course)