Descendants of John Belconger JR


9688. Bernice Berlin Conger

Bernice Conger

PARENTS: Charles Marion Conger and Clittie Parlee Mikels

DEATH: Word was received by Keith Conger of the death of his sister, Bernice Campbell, 82, who died in Gilman, August 21, [1995]. She was born to Charles Conger and Parlee Mikels and married Charles Campbell, who preceded her in death. Surviving are sons, Donald and Bob, and a daughter Marlene. (Source: clipping, dated 1995 - furnished by Dortha Walters to Joyce Posey)

COMMENT: Not found on the SSDI

Charles Campbell

Charles Campbell

AKA: Charlie; Charley

9689. Doris Marion Conger

Doris Marion Conger

PARENTS: Charles Marion Conger and Clittie Parlee Mikels

9692. Charles Marion Conger

Charles Marion Conger

PARENTS: Charles Marion Conger and Clittie Parlee Mikels

AKA: Chuck

OCCUPATION: Minister of Church of Christ

RESIDENCES: 3411 E. 38th; Des Moines, IA 50317

OCCUPATION-RESIDENCES: As of Jul 1996, Charles (Chuck) is a preacher at the Christian Church at Green Top, MO. He owns and lives on a 430 acre farm north of Blakesburg, Iowa.
(Furnished by Joyce Posey)

REFERENCE: The History of Exline, Iowa 1996, has a photograph of the 1946 graduating class of Exline High School. Among those pictured is Charles Marion Conger. (Furnished by Joyce Posey)

Marjorie Helen Childs

Marjorie Helen Childs


9693. Delhia Conger

Delhia Conger

PARENTS: Pearl Truman Conger and Ruth Alice Wilcox

NAME-CONFLICT: Delphe Conger in CFA I, p. 423; Delphina; Delphia

9694. Troy Eugene Conger

Troy Eugene Conger

PARENTS: Pearl Truman Conger and Ruth Alice Wilcox

EDUCATION: had to quit school at the 8th grade to help the family after his father had a back problem from working in a coal mine

OCCUPATION: farmer; factory worker; miner in Caldwell Twp., Appanoose Co. IA; Worked for John Deer at Ottumwa.

HOBBIES: hunting; gardening

RESIDENCES: As of March 1999, Exline, IA

Pansy Rosalie Seals

Pansy Rosalie Seals

PARENTS: John Abel Seals and Lavelia Mae Griggs

EDUCATION: one year of college

OCCUPATION: retired saleslady; factory worker; accountant; town clerk

HOBBIES: quilting, sewing, cooking, plays the piano

Individual: Conger, Pansy
Social Security #: 479-20-3615
Issued in: Iowa
Birth date: Sep 20, 1916
Death date: Oct 15, 1995
ZIP Code of last known residence: 52555
Primary location associated with this ZIP Code:
Exline, Iowa
[Broderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 1 A-K, Ed. 7, Social Security Death
Index: U.S., Date of Import: Oct 6, 2001, Internal Ref. #]

9695. Delma Frances Conger

Delma Frances Conger

PARENTS: Pearl Truman Conger and Ruth Alice Wilcox

AKA: May have been called, Frances.

RESIDENCES: At the time of death, Centerville, IA

OBITUARY: Delma D'Hulst
Delma D'Hulst, 77, of Centerville, [IA] died Thursday, March 4, 1999, at Mercy Hospital in Des Moines, [IA].

She was born April 20, 1921, in Numa, the daughter of Pearle and Ruth (Wilcox) Conger.

She married Frank D'Hulst Dec. 28, 1938, in Centerville. He preceded her in death Sept. 19, 1975.

Survivors include a son, Henry D'Hulst of Oxford, Miss., and a brother, Troy Conger of Exline, [IA].

She was a homemaker.

Graveside services will be held Friday at St. Mary's Cemetery in Lake Forest, Ill. The Johnson-Lange Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
(Source: undated clipping - furnished by Dortha Walters)

Frank D'Hulst

Frank D'Hulst

CEMETERY: St. Mary's Catholic Cemetery in Lake Forest, IL.

13552. Henry Truman D'Hulst

Henry Truman D'Hulst

RESIDENCES: As of Mar 1999, Oxford, MS

AKA: Hank

9696. Geneva Conger

Geneva Conger

PARENTS: Pearl Truman Conger and Ruth Alice Wilcox


BIRTH-DEATH: Geneva Sedgwick, 5 Jan 1923 - May 1981
(Source: SSDI)

Winifred Sedgwick

Winifred Sedgwick

AKA: Winifred Sedgewick; Winfred Sedgwick in the SSDI

BIRTH: 1925 from genealogy researchers

BIRTH-DEATH: 8 Apr 1925 - Oct 1985
(Source: SSDI)

Individual: Sedgwick, Winfred
Social Security #: 484-14-9760
Issued in: Iowa
Birth date: Apr 8, 1925
Death date: Oct 1985
Residence code: Iowa
ZIP Code of last known residence: 52803
Primary location associated with this ZIP Code:
Davenport, Iowa
[Broderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 2 L-Z, Ed. 7, Social Security Death
Index: U.S., Date of Import: Apr 21, 2004, Internal Ref. #]

James Orien Seavey

James Orien Seavey

REFERENCE: (Source: The Conger Family of America, Vol. II, p. 415 - Maxine Crowell Leonard)

9699. Barbara Joann Conger

Barbara Joann Conger

NAME-CONFLICT: She may have gone by her middle name, Joan, JoAnn, Joann or Joanne. Joan in CFA II, p. 718.

9700. Dephlia Pershall

Dephlia Pershall

PARENTS: John Frederick Pershall and Marilla Ada Smith

NAME-CONFLICT: Dephlia Pershall; Delpha

William Clarke

William Clarke

MARRIAGE: William Clarke and Delpha Pershall, at Arco, ID, 2 Nov 1924, County of Record: Butte Co. ID, Volume 1, page 139.
(Source: online record - furnished by Joyce Posey)

9704. Clement Ellis Conger

Clement Ellis Conger

OCCUPATION: physician

RESIDENCES: Harrisonburg, VA

Hallie Ramsay

Hallie Ramsay

AKA: Hallie Ramsey (CFA II, p. 700)

DEATH: 8 Feb 1977 (calculates to the an age of 103, which Robert Guilinger says is apparently correct.)

OBITUARY: Hallie Conger, 103, Member of Early Alexandria Family Hallie Ramsay Conger, 103, a descendant of colonial era families, died Tuesday at Oak Meadow Nursing Home in Alexandria, [VA].

Her great-great-grandfather, William Ramsay, was a founder of Alexandria and built the city's first house, Ramsay House, which still stands at the corner of King and Fairfax streets. He was married to a first cousin of George Washington's mother, Mary Ball.

Mrs. Conger was born in Alexandria and grew up in another Ramsay house on Prince street.

As a young woman, she taught Sunday school at Christ Episcopal Church in Alexandria and was a student at the Corcoran Gallery of Art, where she graduated as a portrait and landscape painter.

Mrs. Conger recalled how President Theodore Roosevelt spotted one of her paintings, an ear of corn in its husk, at the gallery and took it back to the White House. His intent, she said she learned, was to present it to Congress in an effort to have an ear of corn made the national flower. But a bill bringing that about failed to pass.

In 1900, Mrs. Conger left Alexandria for the Shenandoah Valley to recover from an attack of malaria. She established an art school in Harrisonburg, Va., and in 1906 was married to Dr. Clement E. Conger, a well known physician.

While in Harrisonburg, she was an active member of Emmanuel Episcopal Church and during World War I was a leader in Red Cross activities.

Dr. Conger died in 1932, Mrs. Conger returned to Alexandria in 1944 and had lived there since then.

She is survived by two sons, Clement E. Conger Jr., curator of the White House and State Department diplomatic reception rooms, who lives in Alexandria, and Dennis Ramsay Conger, a retired Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co. official, of Manassas; five grandchildren and one great-grandchild.

The family suggests that expressions of sympathy may be in the form of contributions to the Restoration Fund of Christ Church Alexandria. (Source: undated clipping, with d. 8 Feb 1977 added, Conger Confab, Vol. III, No. 2, June 1977, included photograph)