Mary Adeline Brock

F, b. January 1858, d. after 1 April 1940
     Mary Adeline Brock was born in January 1858 at Indiana.1 She married William Martin circa 1886.1 Mary Adeline Brock died after 1 April 1940 at Washington Co., IN.

Child of Mary Adeline Brock and William Martin


  1. [S1205] 1900 Federal Census, Washington County, Indiana. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Rolls 411 - 412; FHL #1240411 - 2.

Rosabell Brock

F, b. 29 May 1864, d. 26 October 1929
     Rosabell Brock was born on 29 May 1864. She married William A. Workman. Rosabell Brock died on 26 October 1929 at age 65.

Child of Rosabell Brock and William A. Workman

Susan Demanda Brock

F, b. 6 May 1821, d. 18 March 1900
     Susan Demanda Brock was born on 6 May 1821 at Vernon Co., MO.1 She married Solomon Reed. Susan Demanda Brock lived on 26 July 1870 at Nevada, Vernon Co., MO.2 She died on 18 March 1900 at Rich Hill, Bates Co., MO, at age 78.

Children of Susan Demanda Brock and Solomon Reed


  1. [S4351] 1850 Federal Census, Bates County, Missouri. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M432, Roll 392.
  2. [S4353] NARA Series M593, Roll 824; FHL #552323. Microfilm Image.

Arnold Ernst Brockensick

M, b. 26 May 1885, d. 27 February 1968
     Arnold Ernst Brockensick was born on 26 May 1885 at Warren Co. (probably), MO. He was the son of Johann Henrich Brakensiek and Maria Catherina Whilhelmina Aufdermasch. Arnold Ernst Brockensick married Mae Powell, daughter of Robert E. Lee Powell and Emma Josephine Vogt, on 25 February 1912. Arnold Ernst Brockensick died on 27 February 1968 at Montgomery Co., MO, at age 82. He was buried in March 1968 at New Florence Cemetery, New Florence, Montgomery Co., MO.

Children of Arnold Ernst Brockensick and Mae Powell

Ernest Arnold Brockensick

M, b. 22 May 1915, d. 24 June 1989
     Ernest Arnold Brockensick was born on 22 May 1915 at Missouri. He was the son of Arnold Ernst Brockensick and Mae Powell. Ernest Arnold Brockensick married Ruby Porter. Ernest Arnold Brockensick died on 24 June 1989 at Holmes Co., FL, at age 74.

Child of Ernest Arnold Brockensick and Ruby Porter

Child of Ernest Arnold Brockensick

Martha Elizabeth Brockensick

F, b. 13 July 1919, d. 14 March 1989
     Martha Elizabeth Brockensick was born on 13 July 1919 at Montgomery City, Montgomery Co., MO. She was the daughter of Arnold Ernst Brockensick and Mae Powell. Martha Elizabeth Brockensick married Marvin Sylvester Newcom, son of William Harvey Newcom and Mary Adeline Markum, in 1951. Martha Elizabeth Brockensick died on 14 March 1989 at Columbia, Boone Co., MO, at age 69 OBITUARY - Montgomery Standard, March 22, 1987

Martha E. Newcom
A former Montgomery City resident, Martha Elizabeth Newcom, 69, of Columbia, died early Tuesday, March 14, 1989 at the Boon Hospital Center.
She retired in 1984 from Fulton State Hospital where she had worked for 15 years.
Services were held at 1:30 p.m. Thursday, March 16 at the Schlanker Funeral Home with Rev. Harvey Quenette officiating. Burial was in the New Florence Cemetery.
Pallbearers were Glen Wehmeyer, John Simpson, Frankie Zumwalt, Mike Palmer, Jr., Marvin Deeker and Karl Mertz.
The family suggests memorial contributions be sent to the Kidney Foundation.
Mrs. Newcom was born in Montgomery City on July 13, 1919, a daughter of Arnold and Mae Powell Brokensick. She was married in 1951 to Marvin Sylvester Newcom, who died December 13, 1972.
She is survived by a son, Marlin [probably Marvin] Newcom of Kingdom City; two stepdaughters, Mrs. Robert (Charlene) Hoffman of Palmdale, California and Mrs. Tony (Jean) Albarico of Little Rock, California; three grandchildren, four step grandchildren and several step great-grandchildren.
Mrs. Newcom was a member of the Montgomery City Christian Church.

Wayne Brockensick

M, b. 4 December 1939, d. 15 February 1996
     Wayne Brockensick was born on 4 December 1939. He was the son of Ernest Arnold Brockensick and Ruby Porter. Wayne Brockensick died on 15 February 1996 at Lincoln Co. (probably), MO, at age 56.


F, b. February 1952, d. February 1952
     Brockensick died in February 1952. She was born in February 1952. She was the daughter of Ernest Arnold Brockensick.

Edward Brocklehurst

     Edward Brocklehurst married Adda S. Bottorf.

Child of Edward Brocklehurst and Adda S. Bottorf

Kelsey W. Brocklehurst

M, b. 8 November 1897, d. 20 August 1986
     Kelsey W. Brocklehurst was born on 8 November 1897 at Indiana. He was the son of Edward Brocklehurst and Adda S. Bottorf. Kelsey W. Brocklehurst married Zola B. Jackson, daughter of Columbus Almond Jackson and Laura Belle Thomas, before April 1940. Kelsey W. Brocklehurst died on 20 August 1986 at age 88. He was buried in August 1986 at Silver Creek Cemetery, Charlestown, Clark Co., IN.
Note: Prior to his marriage to Zola, Kelsey was married to Alma M. Ganote and had a son, Robert.

Benjamin Brockman1

M, b. circa 1886, d. 25 January 1958
     Benjamin Brockman was born circa 1886 at Iowa.1 He was the son of William Brockman and Mary B. (?)2 Benjamin Brockman married Charlsey Anna Holland, daughter of Charles Henry Holland and Anna Florence Windell, circa 1908.1 Occupation: General farming in 1910 at Morris Twp., Sumner Co., KS.1 Benjamin Brockman died on 25 January 1958.

Child of Benjamin Brockman and Charlsey Anna Holland


  1. [S1880] 1910 Federal Census, Sumner County, Kansas. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T624, Roll 458; FHL #1374471.
  2. [S2568] 1900 Federal Census, Marshall County, Iowa. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 448; FHL #1240448.
  3. [S2553] 1920 Federal Census, Sumner County, Kansas. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T625, Roll 553.

Crystal Evangeline Brockman1

F, b. 3 September 1917, d. 8 December 1995
     Crystal Evangeline Brockman was born on 3 September 1917 at Argonia, Sumner Co., KS.1 She was the daughter of Benjamin Brockman and Charlsey Anna Holland.1 Crystal Evangeline Brockman married Joseph John Monach, son of John L. Monach and Theresia (?).2 Crystal Evangeline Brockman died on 8 December 1995 at Andover, Butler Co., KS, at age 78.


  1. [S2553] 1920 Federal Census, Sumner County, Kansas. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T625, Roll 553.
  2. [S2569] 1910 Federal Census, Crawford County, Kansas. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T624, Roll 436; FHL #1374449.

Gertrude Irene Brockman

F, b. 1900, d. 1981
     Gertrude Irene Brockman married Gerald Phillip Lillie. Gertrude Irene Brockman was born in 1900. She died in 1981.

Child of Gertrude Irene Brockman and Gerald Phillip Lillie

William Brockman1

M, b. December 1854
     William Brockman was born in December 1854 at Missouri.1 He married Mary B. (?) circa 1876.1

Child of William Brockman and Mary B. (?)


  1. [S2568] 1900 Federal Census, Marshall County, Iowa. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 448; FHL #1240448.

Bernice Pettit Brockway

F, b. 10 April 1879, d. 1 March 1971
     Bernice Pettit Brockway was born on 10 April 1879 at Riverside, Washington Co., IA.1 She was the daughter of Pettit Fay Brockway and Mary Paullin Woodruff.1 Bernice Pettit Brockway married Frank Roy Wendle, son of Rev. Cornelius Windle and Marrietta L. Woods, on 29 December 1897 at Lone Tree, Johnson Co., IA. Bernice Pettit Brockway died on 1 March 1971 at Paradise, Butte Co., CA, at age 91

Obituary -- (

Bernice Pettit Brockway was the daughter
of Pettit Fay Brockway and Mary Paullin Woodruff. She married Frank Roy Wendle,
son of Cornelius Wendle and Marietta Woods, on December 29, 1897, Lone Tree, Johnson County, Iowa. The couple had three children, namely:

Naoma Marguerite (Wendle) [Kepler] Barrett (1898-1995);
Cornelius Fay Wendle (1899-1978); and
Alma Genevieve (Wendle) Robinson

Roy Frank Wendle was born January 10,
1878, Mendota, LaSalle County, Illinois;
he died May 29, 1952, (Rural) Seattle,
King County, Washington.

Bernice was one of five children and is listed below with all of her siblings.

CHICO ENTERPRISE-RECORD; Chico, Butte County, California; Tuesday, March 2, 1971; Page 2:

"Bernice Wendle

PARADISE (E-R) -- Bernice Wendle, 92,
9289 Skyway, died Monday in a local rest home.
She was born April 10, 1879, in Riverside, Iowa. She lived eight years in Paradise.
Private services were set today.
Surviving are one son, C. F. Wendle of Seattle, Wash; two daughters, Mrs. Naoma Barrett of Paradise and Mrs. Genevieve Robinson of Hollywood; one sister, Mrs. Alma Burnett of Paradise; four grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren.
Inurnment will be in Paradise Cemetery."

She was buried in March 1971 at Paradise Cemetery, Paradise, Butte Co., CA, Findagrave #159525907.

Children of Bernice Pettit Brockway and Frank Roy Wendle


  1. [S1199] 1880 Federal Census, Washington County, Iowa. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T9, Roll 368; FHL #1254368.

Harriet Eliza Brockway

F, b. 11 February 1871, d. 16 October 1935
     Harriet Eliza Brockway was born on 11 February 1871 at Mentor-on-the-Lake, Lake Co., OH. She was the daughter of John Brockway and Alida Martin. Harriet Eliza Brockway married Merton Perry Brumbach, son of Samuel Judson Brumbach and Mary Lavina Perry, on 25 June 1890 at Longpoint, Livingston Co., IL. Harriet Eliza Brockway died on 16 October 1935 at Fresno, Fresno Co., CA, at age 64.

Children of Harriet Eliza Brockway and Merton Perry Brumbach

James W. Brockway

M, b. 28 January 1837, d. 29 May 1895
     James W. Brockway was born on 28 January 1837 at Stockholm, St. Lawrence Co., NY, passport application dated 20 MAY 1890.1 He married Louisa J. M. Emmert, daughter of Jacob P. Emmert and Catherine Dubbel, on 8 November 1877 at Chicago, Cook Co., IL, Chicago Tribune, Friday, 9 NOV 1877, p.8 (

Maj. James W. Brockway, the Recorder of Deeds, was married last evening to Miss Louisa May Emmert, the daughter of Mr. J. P. Emmert of this city. The ceremony was performed at the Fourth Baptist Church, corner Paulina and West Washington streets, by the Rev. Mr. Perrin, of Western Avenue Church. A large number of the friends of the bride and bridegroom were present to witness the happy event, the church being almost filled. There was no effort made by the high contracting parties in the shape of display, whether in dress or in the exhibition of gifts, but for all that they had a very pleasant greeting as they passed out of the church from hosts of friends. Mr. Brockway and his fair young bride left the city last evening for a brief sojourn in the South.

NOTE: James was first married to Mary A. Smith in 1864, who died in childbirth in 1875 leaving three children: Hugh Walter, Mary B., and a daughter who died shortly after her mother.

James W. Brockway lived on 15 June 1880 at 3001 Ramyond Avenue, Chicago, Cook Co., IL, Cook County Recorder.1 Occupation: restaurant proprietor, per passport application dated 20 MAY 1890 in May 1890. He died on 29 May 1895 at Cook Co., IL, at age 58

Obituary -- Chicago Tribune, Chicago, Illinois; Friday, May 31, 1895, p.8 (


Old and Well Known Resident of Chicago Passes Away.

Maj. James W. Brockway, an old resident of Chicago and for two terms Recorder of Cook County, died at 11:15 o'clock Wednesday night at his home, No. 79 Park avenue, after an illness of several months. The funeral will take place at 9:45 o'clock tomorrow morning from the family residence to Mount Greenwood Cemetery. The Rev. Dr. C. Perren will officiate.

Maj. James w. Brockway was born nearly sixty years ago in Stockholm, St. Lawrence County, N.Y., of a military line of ancestry, his paternal grandfather having served under Washington in the Revolution, and two of his mother's uncles have been Colonels in the War of 1812. His youth was passed on a farm. In 1856 he came West and entered the employ of the Michigan Central railroad, building elevators. He came to Chicago in 1858 and was in the building trade until 1860, when he went to Michigan to follow the same business. He returned to Chicago in 1862, and Aug. 15 of the same year enlisted in Elgin Battery, Illinois Light Artillery, serving in that command until 1864, when he was discharged for promotion. He was made Captain in the Twenty-ninth Regiment of colored troops, and lost a leg at the battle of Petersburg in the charge on Seminary Hill. The officers and men of his regiment testified under signature to his bravery in planting a flag on the enemy's works after he was wounded.

Maj. Brockway, on the recommendation of Gen. Grant and Gen. Weitzel, was then placed in command of the United States Hospital at Albany, N.Y. He came back to Chicago in 1869 and went into business again. In 1876 he was elected County Recorder on the Republican ticket, and was re-elected four years later. He was one of the organizers of the Chicago Gas-Light and Fuel company, of which he was elected director and President. In 1884 he went into the real estate business. A year later he became a partner in the restaurant firm of Brockway & Milan, subsequently Brockway & McKey. He retired from active business a year ago.

Maj. Brockway was active in organizing Gen. Godfrey Weitzel Post, No. 425, G.A. R., and gave it its name in remembrance of the kindness shown him by Gen. Weitzel in passing him through the lines and lending him an escort and ambulance when he was wounded.

Maj. Brockway married Miss Mary A. Smith in 1864. She was the daughter of John Smith, and old settler, and died in 1875, leaving three children, Hugh Walter, Mary B., and an infant daughter who soon followed her mother. His second wife was Miss Louise Emmert of Carroll County, who with her son, Louis Shaffner Brockway, is still living. The daughter of the first marriage is Mrs. George Cornish, wife of Prof. Cornish of McGill University, Montreal. She will arrive here today to attend the funeral.

Child of James W. Brockway and Louisa J. M. Emmert


  1. [S2589] 1880 Federal Census, Cook County, Illinois. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T9, Roll 292; FHL #1254202.

John Brockway

M, b. circa 1850
     John Brockway married Alida Martin. John Brockway was born circa 1850 at Ohio.

Child of John Brockway and Alida Martin

Louis Shaffner Brockway

M, b. 15 January 1881
     Louis Shaffner Brockway was born on 15 January 1881 at Chicago, Cook Co., IL.1 He was the son of James W. Brockway and Louisa J. M. Emmert. Louis Shaffner Brockway married Lillian Madeline Johnson, daughter of Charles Johnson and Mathilda (?), on 25 June 1902 at Chicago, Cook Co., IL. Louis Shaffner Brockway lived on 20 April 1910 at 2204 Monroe Street, Chicago, Cook Co., IL, with his mother and grandmother Emmert, boarding in the Charles A. Allen household, married for 7 years (no wife listed), clerk in an office.2 He married Ethelyn McGarvey on 15 November 1915 at Jackson Co., MO, ceremony by Rev. Elmore Sinclair, Jackson Avenue Christian Church. Louis Shaffner Brockway married Vita Claire Luce circa 21 January 1921 at Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Co., OK, license date. Vita was first married to Benjamin F. Willis in 1904 and had children John, Helen, and Howard. Louis Shaffner Brockway lived on 4 April 1930 at Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY, salesman, property insurance.3

Child of Louis Shaffner Brockway and Lillian Madeline Johnson


  1. [S275] 1900 Federal Census, Cook County, Illinois. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Rolls 244 - 295; FHL #1240244 - 95.
  2. [S957] 1910 Federal Census, Cook County, Illinois. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T624, Rolls 237-283; FHL #1374254.
  3. [S1698] 1930 Federal Census, Jefferson County, Kentucky. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T626, Roll 756; FHL #2340491.

Pettit Fay Brockway1

M, b. 25 January 1841, d. 17 May 1934
     Pettit Fay Brockway was born on 25 January 1841 at Brockway, Jefferson Co., PA.1 He married Mary Paullin Woodruff.1 Pettit Fay Brockway died on 17 May 1934 at Boulder, Boulder Co., CO, at age 93

Obituary -- (

Pettit Fay Brockway was the son of Alonzo Brockway and Huldah Smith. He married
Mary Paullin Woodruff on August 16, 1876,
Johnson County, Iowa. The couple had five
children, all of whom are listed below.

His place of birth was originally known as Brockwayville, but the name was shortened
to Brockway in 1925. His place of marriage
is listed on every Iowa marriage database
as Johnson County.

THE BOULDER DAILY CAMERA; Boulder, Boulder County, Colorado; Thursday, May 17, 1934:

"Waldo Brockway's Father Died At An Early Hour Today
Was In His Ninety-fourth Year and Had Been Resident of Boulder the Last Nine Years
Pettit F. Brockway, nearing 94 years of age, died at an early hour this morning at the
home of his son, Waldo E. Brockway, 845
15th street.
He has been in failing health for sometime
and bedfast the last month. His wife, Mary Brockway, died in Boulder Feb. 25, 1925,
and he will be buried beside her in Green Mountain cemetery.
Mr. Brockway came to Colorado in 1898
and lived at Ridgway, Colo. until nine years ago when he came to Boulder. Besides his
son he has a daughter Mrs. Grace Ledyard, 1014 Regent street, and two other daughters, Mrs. F. R. Wendel [sic-Wendle] of Hope, Idaho, and Mrs. E. F. Burnett of Durango.
He was born in Brockwaysville [sic-Brockwayville], Pa., named after members of his family, Jan. 5, 1841. His parents moved to Iowa when he was a small boy and he lived at Riverside until coming to Colorado.
Mr. Brockway was a life member of the Riverside lodge of Masons and of the Baptist church of that city.
Funeral services will be held at the Hall-Kelso mortuary at 3 o'clock Friday afternoon.
Rev. F. L. Greenway will officiate. Members
of the family request no flowers."

He was buried in May 1934 at Green Mountain Cemetery, Boulder, Boulder Co., CO, Findagrave #11101583.

Child of Pettit Fay Brockway and Mary Paullin Woodruff


  1. [S1199] 1880 Federal Census, Washington County, Iowa. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T9, Roll 368; FHL #1254368.

Wallace H. Brockway

M, b. 27 August 1903
     Wallace H. Brockway was born on 27 August 1903 at Chicago, Cook Co., IL, Cook County birth certificate, WW II draft registration. He was the son of Louis Shaffner Brockway and Lillian Madeline Johnson. Wallace H. Brockway lived on 16 October 1940 at New York City, NY, WW II draft registration.

Grace A. Brod1

F, b. 17 January 1910, d. 21 May 1989
     Grace A. Brod was born on 17 January 1910 at Illinois.1 She married William Lindahl circa 1930. Grace A. Brod died on 21 May 1989 at Cook Co., IL, at age 79.

Child of Grace A. Brod and William Lindahl


  1. [S2932] 1940 Federal Census, Cook County, Illinois. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T627, Roll 787.

Jakob Broebeck

M, b. circa 1780, d. December 1845
     Jakob Broebeck was born circa 1780 at Virginia. He married Catherine Cooper at Shenandoah Co., VA. Jakob Broebeck began military service War of 1812. He died in December 1845.

Child of Jakob Broebeck and Catherine Cooper

Anna Elizabeth Broemsen

F, b. 18 June 1875, d. 23 November 1956
     Anna Elizabeth Broemsen was born on 18 June 1875 at Mason City, Mason Co., WV. She married Edwin Meade Marshall on 3 March 1897 at Wheeling, Ohio Co., WV. Anna Elizabeth Broemsen died on 23 November 1956 at Springfield, Clark Co., OH, at age 81.

Child of Anna Elizabeth Broemsen and Edwin Meade Marshall

Bertha Marie Broening

F, b. 12 August 1891, d. 17 December 1956
     Bertha Marie Broening was born on 12 August 1891 at Lincoln, Lancaster Co., NE. She married Carl Ludwig Retzlaff, son of Frederick W. Retzlaff and Clara Louise Faulhaber, on 25 February 1920. Bertha Marie Broening died on 17 December 1956 at age 65. She was buried on 20 December 1956 at Trinity Lutheran Church Cemetery, Walton, Lancaster Co., NE.

Children of Bertha Marie Broening and Carl Ludwig Retzlaff

Henry Jacob Broening Jr.

M, b. 8 June 1859, d. 10 May 1940
     Henry Jacob Broening Jr. was born on 8 June 1859 at Baltimore, MD. He married Althea Elizabeth Franklin, daughter of Charles Samuel Franklin and Sarah Elizabeth Shipley, circa October 1936, Henry was first married to Carolyn Jean Lyman. They were separated by 1920 and divorced by 1930. They had a son, Henry Lyman Broening (1892 - 1983).

Henry Jacob Broening Jr. died on 10 May 1940 at Baltimore, MD, at age 80

OBITUARY - The Baltimore Sun; Baltimore, Maryland; Saturday, May 11, 1940; Main Edition; Page 7 (

Henry J. Broening
Henry J. Broening, elder brother of former Mayor William F. Broening, died yesterday afternoon at his home, 3613 Hillsdale road, following a heart attack.

Mr. Broening, who despite his years remained active in his legal profession until late Monday, when he was stricken, was able to sit up yesterday morning and death came suddenly.

The son of the late Henry J. Broening, he was born in this city June 8, 1859, and, after attending public schools, graduated from the University of Maryland Law School. He became interested in the development of South Baltimore at an early age. He was one of the organizers and for many years secretary of the South Baltimore Business Men's Association. He was elected Clerk of the Criminal Court in 1897.

He was a member of the Masons and of the Elks.

He is survived by his widow, formerly Miss Althea Householder; a son, H. Lyman Broening, and two grandchildren, and another brother, J. Fred Broening.

He was buried in May 1940 at Woodlawn Cemetery, Woodlawn, Baltimore Co., MD.

NEWSPAPER ARTICLE - The Evening Sun; Baltimore, Maryland; Wednesday, October 16, 1940; Page 42 (


Octogenarian Lawyer's Only Child Charges Fraud

Caveat proceedings contesting the will of his father, Henry J. Broening, were filed in the Orphans' Court by H. Lyman Broening. Hollywood Cameraman, and only child of the octogenarian lawyer.

Mr. Broening, a brother of the former Mayor William F. Broening, died May 10, leaving an estate that has been appraised at $35,375.04. Mr. Browning formerly had been active in politics, once serving an elective term as a court clerk.

His will, dated October 21, 1937, left his entire estate to his second wife, Mrs. Althea E. Broening, whom he had married a year before.

The caveat filed by the son through Harry O. Levin, attorney, contested the will on four main grounds -- undue influence, fraud, mental incapacity and improper execution of the will.

Mr. Broening lived in the 3600 block of Hillsdale road. That property had been left to his second wife along with the rest of his estate. The will revealed that an ante-nuptial agreement concerning their inheritance rights had been made before the second marriage, but that he desired the agreement to be disregarded in order to give the wife the entire estate. The will failed to even mention the son.

Note: From Wikipedia: Henry Lyman Broening (June 30, 1892 - June 6, 1983) was an American cinematographer who in 1922 was on the editorial board of "American Cinematographer" magazine and served on the board of governors of the American Society of Cinematographers. He worked on films that include "May Blossom" (1915) and wrote about the beginnings of the American Society of Cinematographers (ASC).

Frank D. Brogan Sr.

M, b. 22 February 1936, d. 15 April 1996
     Frank D. Brogan Sr. was born on 22 February 1936 at Holland, Lucas Co., OH. He was the son of Stephen Daniel Brogan and Naomi Beach.1 Frank D. Brogan Sr. married Wanda J. Dollison, daughter of Thomas F. Dollison and Esther M. Crable, on 28 April 1956 at Ft. Wayne, Allen Co., IN. Frank D. Brogan Sr. died on 15 April 1996 at Maumee, Lucas Co., OH, at age 60 Obituary (

Frank D. Brogan, Sr.
Frank D. Brogan, Sr., 60 years, of Bauman Street, Holland, and formerly of Albon Road, Holland, died Monday, April 15, 1996 in the emergency room of St. Luke's Hospital, Maumee. Mr. Brogan was born on February 22, 1936 in Holland to Mr. and Mrs Stephen (Naomi Beach) Brogan. He married Wanda J. Dollison on 28 apr 1956 in Ft. Wayne, Indiana. An army verteran of the Korean Conflict, Frank was a supervisor for the Dura Corporaton for 32 yeares, retiring in 1991 due to a disability. Frank was a member of the Springfield Township Fire Department Station 2, where he attained the rank of Captain. He was also a former Little League baseball coach. He devoted his life to this family and the fire department.
Surviving are his wife, Wanda J. of Holland; sons, Frank D. (Sandy) Brogan Jr. of Georgia, Thomas D. (Traci) of Holland, Richard L (Wendy) of Perrysburg, William M. (Nancy) of Holland, Kenneth J. (Rachael) of Toledo, Joseph P. (Jolene) of Ridgeway, OH, and Scott A. Brogan of Holland; 20 grandchildren; sister, Mrs. Naomi Richmond of Holland; and brothers, Michael (Joan) of Holland and Patrick (Paula) Brogan of Cleveland, along with his dog, Dusty.
Friends will be received in the Neville Funeral Home Southwest Chapel, 7438 Airport Highway, Holland (865-8879) after 6 p.m. Tuesday and after 2 p.m. Wednesday where funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday, April 18, 1996. Interment Springfield Township Cemetery. Those planning an expression of sympathy are asked to consider the Lucas County Children's Services. Springfield Township Fire Department will conduct Last Alarm Services Wednesday evening at 7 p.m. in the funeral home.


  1. [S705] 1910 Federal Census, Lucas County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T624, Rolls 1207-10; FHL #1374220-23.

Stephen Daniel Brogan

M, b. 2 August 1898, d. 5 March 1960
     Stephen Daniel Brogan was born on 2 August 1898 at Lucas Co., OH. He married Naomi Beach on 1 July 1922 at Lucas Co., OH.1 Stephen Daniel Brogan died on 5 March 1960 at Anderson, Madison Co., IN, at age 61. He was buried in March 1960 at Saint Patricks Cemetery, Providence, Lucas Co., OH, Findagrave #105970440.

Child of Stephen Daniel Brogan and Naomi Beach


  1. [S705] 1910 Federal Census, Lucas County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T624, Rolls 1207-10; FHL #1374220-23.

Charles F. Brogunier

M, b. 22 October 1875
     Charles F. Brogunier was born on 22 October 1875 at Rockford, Winnebago Co., IL.1 He was the son of Upton D. Brogunier and Ann Mumma.


  1. [S82] Price Genealogy, 425.

Harry E. Brogunier

M, b. 2 April 1873
     Harry E. Brogunier was born on 2 April 1873 at Rockford, Winnebago Co., IL.1 He was the son of Upton D. Brogunier and Ann Mumma. Harry E. Brogunier began military service U.S. Army, Spanish-American War, Sergeant. He married Jessie Maria Bricknell, daughter of Edwin Bricknell and Lydia Miller, at Geneva, Kane Co., IL, No children.2 Occupation: Reliefman, Board of Education, Rockford. Harry E. Brogunier was Lutheran. He lived in 1926 at Rockford, Winnebago Co., IL.


  1. [S82] Price Genealogy, 416, 425.
  2. [S82] Price Genealogy, 425.