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301 Bud and Jeanette lived their entire married life on the Grant and Minnie Bishir Anchor Ranch, working for Jeanette's parents in the early years and then taking over the ranch when the Bishir's retired in Springdale. The ranch boasted quite a herd of purebred Galloways at one time.

Their son David and his family are now carrying on the ranching in his parent's footsteps.

Grant and his family owned dairies in several areas, and he also worked as a livestock trucker.

Jeanette passed away at the ranch in 1989 and Bud passed away at a nursing home in Bozeman in 1994. The ashes of both are buried atop a hill overlooking the ranch home.

(Written by his niece, Frances Gibson Stoick.)


Percy “Bud” Gibson (1906 - 1994)

Saturday evening, Oct. 1, 1994, of natural causes. Funeral services will be held at 1:30 p.m.Wednesday, Oct. 5, 1994, at the Franzen-Davis-Bebee Chapel. Reverend Ron Countryman, minister of the Church of God in Big Timber, will officiate. A reception will follow the funeral servics and private graveside services will be held at the family ranch later.
He was born Aug. 19, 1906, at Clyde Park, the son of Edgar and Rebecca Gibson. He attended two years of school at Clyde Park and then finished his education in Big Timber schools. He worked on various ranches in the Big Timber area before going to work for the Bishir Ranch north of Springdale. He married Jeanette Bishir on Dec. 1, 1928, in Livingston, and they continued ranching on the home ranch. Mr. Gibson retired and moved to Livingston in 1992. Mrs. Gibson preceded him in death on July 13, 1989. He had always enjoyed the mountains, ranching and he was a history enthusiast. The couple were also volunteers at the Park County Museum. He was a member of the Springdale Historical Society, the Park County Historical Society, the Park County Pioneers and the Park County Senior Citizens. Survivors include two sons, David and his wife Joann of Springdale and Grant and his wife Carolyn of Dillon, one sister, Gladys Ballheim of Vancouver, Wash., seven grandchildren, six great-grandchildren, several nieces and nephews, and John Hudecek of Livingston, Jim Hudecek of Springdale, Mary Lee of Clyde Park and Florence McAfee of White Sulphur Springs, who were all helped and deeply influenced by the Gibsons as young people. The family requests that memorials be given to the Sweetgrass or Park County Museums or the Livingston Memorial hospital. 
Gibson, Percy B. (I3113)
302 Burdette was married and divorced at least three times. Harley Bishir was her second husband. Evidently the couple had no children. Fite, Elizabeth Brown “Burdette” (I5805)
303 Burial lists his name is Bennett Basher.

Bennett served (under the name Basher) in Co. C, 72nd Indiana Infantry during the Civil War.

So far as we can tell he never had any children. He appears in the 1860, 1870, and 1880 censuses with various spellings of his last name.

The Monroeville Breeze (Monroeville, In) - 10 May 1888, Thu
-- While intoxicated Bennett Basher, a brave member of Wilder’s brigade, fell through the elevator shaft at Balfe’s grocery, at Lafayette, into the cellar. He died from his injuries. An effort will be made to discover who sold him the liquors. 
Bisher, Bennett (I3826)
304 Burial: Sec 49, Lot: 140-1 Barshier, William H (I9982)
305 By 1900 Mary had given birth to 10 children, 8 of them living. Davis, Mary Olive (I5206)
306 C. F. was raised and educated in Niagra County, New York. About 1860 he and his brother George went to Allegan Co., Michigan, where they engaged in the manufacture of rakes for several years.
C. F. had a grocery store in Mineral Ridge, Ohio. It was 22 x 40 feet with an "L" of 18 x 30 feet and he carried a stock of about $9,500 in value: dry goods, boots, shoes, groceries, buggies, carriages, sleighs, and lumber, etc.
There were lots of poor Welch miners in the area. He would extend credit even when nobody paid their bills. He did a lot for the people of the area and was highly thought of.
C. F. was a member of the Republican Party, served as Township Trustee for twenty years or more, and was a member of the Mineral Ridge School Board. He was also a member of the Masonic order, blue lodge of Niles, the I.O.O.F., and an Elder in
the Presbyterian Church.
He had a stroke in Buffalo at the Worlds Fair. He spent years in a wheelchair thereafter. 
Whitney, Charles Field (I863)
307 Caleb appears in the 1870 census as “Kaleb Pagget”. We suspect his sister, Margaret, in that census is the daughter of Samuel Pagget by a prior marriage, and Kaleb was the son of Caleb Brown. Brown, Caleb McCloud Jr (I10864)
308 Caleb Atkinson Lee was married in 1876 to Mattie M., a daughter of William R. George; she was
born in 1855 in Cooper County. Mr. and Mrs. Lee have two children: Mrs. Walter L. Coleman and
William Atkinson Lee, of St. Louis, Mo.
Sept. 5, 1881, Mr. Lee moved to Cooper County, and located on a farm one mile east of
Bunceton where he followed farming for 18 years. He then engaged in business with Mr.
Lee, Caleb Atkinson (I7709)
309 Caleb is married and living in McClennan, Texas (Middle Bosque PO) by 1860. He died as a soldier in the Civil War. Brown, Caleb McCloud (I10863)
310 California was living as a widow in Oakland in 1900. Living with her was her niece, Melinda Crews. She indicated at that time that she was the mother of 8 children, 5 of them living.

Mrs. Campbell to be Buried Here, Mon.
On Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock, funeral services will be held from the Ross C. Wilson funeral parlors for Mrs. California Campbell, who was married in this city 56 years ago and who was an aunt of Sheriff J. W. Monroe. Mrs. Campbell passed away in San Francisco early yesterday morning.
Deceased was born at Mud Springs, near Placerville, on September 1, 1852, being the daughter of John and Lucinda Lee Spurgeon, who were well known in this county in early days. Brothers of Mrs. Campbell, who were well known here were John, Rastus, William, Leonard and Luke Spurgeon, and one sister, Mrs. Anna Ely, wife of Benjamin Ely of Buckeye
W. D. Campbell, who passed away in this city on April 9, 1896, was the husband of Mrs. Campbell and was a brother to Jesse W. Campbell of Madison and an uncle of Sheriff J. W. Monroe.
The children who survive the deceased are Leonard Elmo, James Lucius and Jesse Davis Campbell, Anna Lita Ingersoll and Nillie Campbell all of Oakland and San Francisco .. 
Spurgeon, California (I7798)
311 Came to California in 1942. Lived in Roseville. Mendenhall, Albert Dewey "Dude" (I1698)
312 Came to Granada, Colorado in 1887. Moved to Sunnyside, Yakima Co., Washington around 1919. Mendenhall, John Thadius Feemster (I2265)
313 Came to the Pennsylvania from Germany in 1884. Lived in Prairie Twp., White Co., Indiana in 1900. Boetel, Henry C. (I6570)
314 Cannot confirm the existance of James. He is not mentioned as one of the children in George Spickard’s will. Spickard, James (I6917)
315 Cardiac Arrest Bisher, Jeremiah (I3975)
316 Carey and his second wife, Belle, lived in Springfield Ohio in 1920 and 1930. Kizer, Carey Carl (I2722)
317 Carey Kizer spent time in Ohio, Indiana, Wisconsin, Kansas and Missouri then returned to Ohio. Served in Civil War in Co. E, 4th Missouri S. M. Cavalry.

RESEARCH: The 1870 census shows Carey as female "keeping house" with his father, Philip.

Gloria Kidder (FindAGrave contributor) was unable to locate a readable grave for Carey Kizer in Lynchburg Masonic Cem. 
Kizer, Carey (I2491)
318 Carrie is a servant in the Earl Young household in Ford Co., Illinois in 1930. Painter, Carrie (I6211)
319 Cary and Elizabeth were living with her mother in Warren Co. in 1900 and 1910. Scott, Cary Franklin (I6381)
320 Casper, WY Star Tribune
March 30, 2010 3:53 pm

Donna Lee Rogers, 74, of Casper, passed away March 25, 2010 at her home.
She was born Feb. 9, 1936 in Denver, CO the daughter of Charles and Elgena Bisher. She was a graduate of Natrona County High School in 1954. Donna was united in marriage to John W. Aiken in 1954. She was then united in marriage to Harold H. Rogers. She was a member of the UMW, IOF, TOPS, and a beloved foster grandparent at NGLC. She was an avid Denver Sports fan.
Survivors include a son, Anthony "Tony" Aiken of Arizona, a grandson, Travis and granddaughters, Carrie Rogers and Kim Crumly, a former daughter-in-law, Judy and her husband Art Crumly, her best friends, Buff and Jack Schachterle and her cat, Callie. She was preceded in death by her parents and sister, Charlene.
Funeral services will be Thursday, April 1, 2010, 3 PM at Christ United Methodist Church with Rev. William D. "Mac" McGrew officiating. The family will receive friends at the church at 2PM. Memorial contributions may be made to Make a Wish Foundation. Newcomer Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. 
Bishir, Donna (I1054)
321 Cassie had five children by 1910, but only Glen Roy and Dorothy were living at that time. Francis Cassie (I3511)
322 Catherine came to the US in 1872. Beinhorn, Katherine D. (I7286)
323 CCberger1 (Ancestry match) descends from here. Pitzer, Michael E (I3069)
324 Cecile had two daughters from a prior marriage. Cecile (I268)
325 Charlene Free

BYHALIA – Charlene Burciaga Free, 60, formerly of Tupelo, died Friday, March 12, 2010, at the Vanderbilt University Medical Center. She was born Feb. 5, 1950, in Warsaw, Ind. She married Isaac Charles Free on April 14, 2007. She was an office employee of the West Fraser Wood Mill Co. and a member of the Collierville First Baptist Church. She loved traveling, the outdoors and spending time with her grandchildren.

Services will be at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Collierville First Baptist Church with Dr. Chuck Herring officiating. Burial will follow in the Magnolia Cemetery at Collierville. Peebles Fayette County Funeral Homes-West Chapel of Oakland, Tenn., is in charge of the arrangements.

Survivors include her husband, Isaac Charles Free; four daughters, Sue Ellen Mendoza of Fulton, Mollie Marlene LaBouve of Collierville, Michele Linn Halley of Byhalia and Robin Lou Rowell of Columbia; her stepdaughter, Sandra Marcum of Byhalia; two sons, Joseph Larry Burciaga of Byhalia, and Rodney Allen Burciaga of Chicago; her stepson, Mitchell Free of Collierville; two sisters, Shirley Marlene Smitherman of Wilton, Ala., and Vivian Marie Hochstrasser of Liberty, Ky.; three brothers, Daniel Lee Ellsworth of Ludington, Mich., Everett Gerald Ellsworth and Edward Acie Ellsworth, both of Liberty, Ky.; 11 grandchildren and three stepgrandchildren.

She was preceded in death by her parents, Chester and Wanda Whitten Ellsworth, and a brother, Marlin Chester Ellsworth.
Pallbearers were Kent Rowell, Glenn Halley, Steven LaBouve, Kenny Kolbow, Bubba Mendoza, Jesse Rogers, Larry Burciaga and Rodney Burciaga. Honorary pallbearers were Christian Rowell and Trevor Rowell.
Memorial donations may be made to the American Cancer Society, 1378 Union Avenue, Memphis, TN, 38104.

Read more: - Obituaries March 16 2010 
Ellsworth, Charlmain (I6611)
326 Charles arrived in the USA in 1858. The family lived in Osage Twp., St. Clair, Missouri in 1900. Schiereck, Charles H. (I8353)
327 Charles built dams, freeways, and army bases. Brown, Charles Thomas (I669)
328 Charles is living with Arthur Dailey (step-father) and his wife Anna N. Dailey in 1900. The couple is living in Lemon Cove (Sequoia Ntl Park), California in 1920 and 1930. He was adopted by his grandmother and is an heir to her estate. Lee, Charles Alfred (I7287)
329 Charles is widowed by 1900 in Liberty Twp., Highland Co., Ohio. He has his niece, Lola, b. Aug 1883 living with him. Roads, Charles Nelson (I711)
330 Charles was living in San Luis Obispo in 1880, Yokohl, Tulare Co., CA in 1888 and 1890 and 1898. They were living in Exeter Twp., Tulare Co., CA in 1900 and 1910 and 1920. Lee, Charles H. (I7251)
331 Charles was living with Christian in Arcadia, Wayne, New York in 1850. Probably he is Christian's father. Bisher, Charles (I5608)
332 Charles was staying in an inn in Middlebury, Addison, Vermont in 1850. Bisher, Charles (I5666)
333 Charles Yoakley was a native of Tennessee. He married Miss Amelia J. Hodges, daughter of John Hodges, of the same state, who bore him nine children. By vocation he was a merchant, steamboatman and farmer, and after residing in Missouri a number of years went to Arkansas for the benefit of his health, but died in that state in 1876. Yoakley, Charles (I7062)
334 Charles's WW II enlistment record shows him as separated with dependents. He is an Electric Truck driver for the Warrant Officers. Hollenbeck, Charles W. (I5364)
335 Charlie was purported to have murdered a man in Pennsylvania. According to Don Woods, "There was a drunken party and they raided the payroll for a mine and he retaliated." He was tried for murder and acquitted. He worked in his father's store about 1893. Whitney, Jr. Charles Edward "Charlie" (I882)
336 Charlotte is listed on her marriage to Lovell Cousins in 1910 as Lottie Groves and a child named Harry Groves is with them in the census that year. Harry later appears in a census with Lottie and William C. Bisher as Harry Bisher. His grave lists his name as Harry Groves, however. So she may have had an earlier marriage to Groves and her step-son was adopted by each of her successive husbands. By 1940 she and John Arnold are living in Seattle, Washington on 32nd avenue. Charlotte Ann (I5170)
337 Charlotte's grandfather Crittenden was a soldier in the War of 1812 and was wounded at Sodus Point, New York in 1813. Crittenden, Charlotte W. (I864)
338 Chester and Celesta are living with his parents in 1920. Cochran, Chester Franklin (I686)
339 Children:
  George Edwin Van Gorden (1863 - 1945)*
  Edward William Van Gorden (1866 - 1888)*
  Clarence Jerome Van Gorden (1869 - 1870)*
  Clara Mae Van Gorden Evans (1871 - 1958)*
  Fred Van Gorden (1873 - 1947)* 
Balaam, Emily Arkansas (I9805)
340 Chronic Mips?, Cardiac Chronic, Peri Carditis Howell, Jennie (I3530)
341 Civil War Confederate Lee, Gresham (I7569)
342 Clara apparently had 3 children in her first 8 years with Fred Copeland, but none survived. She is living on Michaeltorina St. in Los Angeles in 1920 with her son, Bert, and her nephew John P. Lee. They live in Calabasas in 1930.

Bert Stokes lists Clara’s birth year as 1871 and her birthplace as Lone Pine, California. 
Lee, Clara E. (I1733)
343 Clara lived in Holder, Illinois in 1935 and in Ellsworth, Illinois in 1941. Brunner, Clara Fern (I697)
344 Clara may have been a twin, her twin brohter being either stillborn or not surviving the day. Beard, Clara Belle (I3171)
345 Clara was a widow and living with her daughter and her husband in 1920. Clara B. (I9276)
346 Clara was unmarried and living with her brother, Jacob Jr., in 1880. It appears she “adjusted” her age a bit.

Clara indicates she had two children, one living in 1910. 
Bysher, Clara E. (I9261)
347 Clara was widowed before she married Harry Brown. Reynolds, Clara Etta (I2458)
348 Clarence had a business on Glenoaks in the San Fernando Valley, California. He was married four times.
Research: May have had a stillborn daughter, Barbara Jean Lee, b. 11 Jan 1931. He had a son, Duane, who lived in Grass Valley, California in 2009. 
Lee, Clarence Fred (I1090)
349 Clark was a clerk, living in a boarding house in Hartford, Connecticut in 1860. Bisher, Clark (I5604)
350 Clifford’s birth record is hard to read. Could be “Elow Bishir” or “Elsa Bishir” assuming it is the same person (but how many children were born on his birthdate to a Jane Bishir in Ohio?).

Clifford was remarried and living in Cleveland (211 E. 12th St.), Ohio in 1920 and Cobb Co., Georgia in 1930. He lists his occupation as Photographer in 1920 and as Poultryman (Chickens) in 1930. 
Bisher, Clifford E. (I5983)

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