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The Heringer Family
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THE HERINGER FAMILY
John Heringa, later changed to Heringer, was born 16 March 1819, in the province of Groningén, Holland, his parents being Peter and Geertje Heringa. The later died when John was seven years old and the former died two years later, in 1829. In the family which survived they were two children, one son and a daughterghter. They both lived with their grandmother, but when John was twelve years of age he was bound out to farm work for six months in the adjoining county of Birum, at the expiration of which time he went to live with an uncle in Appingedam, who kept a dry-goods store and manufactured woolen goods. John remained with him nine years and learned the weaving trade, at which he Worked part of the time and the rest of the time at farming following nine years he served in the army, then in 185 he was engaged on the police.-force in the own of Oppenhuezen. While there he met Geerte Joustra, a native of Oppénhuezen, in Friesland, born 29 Jan 1835, whom he Married in 1857. On 19 July 1868, having saved $1,100, they started for America, sailing from Liverpool and landing in Boston., thence to New York, where they arrived after a voyage of fourteen days.
After stopping New York three days they took a steamer for Panama, thence to San Francisco, landing 14 Sept 1868. The next day they came to Sacramento, where a friend and a countryman, sold them a small ranch of thirty acres, located in the Merritt District, Yolo County, for $600. They next invested $300 in cows and started in the dairy business. They lived there three years then sold the place for $1000 and bought 160 acres, devoted to general farming, in Sacramento County, located near what is now Mather Field Air Base. Mr. Heringa died 31 Jan 1902; Mrs. Heringa died 3 Mar 1898, both are buried in Bell View Cemetery, Sacramento County. All children, except Charles, born in Oppenhuezen, Friesland, Holland.
2+ Peter, b 27 Sept 1859; d 19 June 1946; in 25 Dec 1890, Ella Brinupkey
3+Josepha, b 6 Oct 1861; d 13 Mar 1912; in 29 Aug 1885; Martha Tromp (6)
4+Jöhn, b 12 June 1863; d 30 Aug 1906; in 7 Oct 1887, Charlotte Pylman.
5+Jennie, b 9 Mar 1866; d 11 Oct 1898; in 29 Jan 1886, Hiram Bish.
6+ Charles, b 4 Dec 1877; d 25 Apr 1946; in Tillie Annie Moore.
2+ Peter Frederick Heringer, born in Oppenhuezen Holland, came to California with 1IL3 parents in 1868. He married Ella D. Brindupkey, born 22 Dec 1871, at Shingle Springs, California, daughter of F. W. and Anita (Bentley) Brindupkey. She died 18 Aug 1932, in Sacramento.
Peter Heringer was an engineer for the Southern Pacific Railroad in the 1880s. After 1eaLng be railroad he was Commissary Officer at San Quentin Prison, California, until 1899 he then went into the hotel business in Rio Vista for ten years, after which he invested in a freighting business on the Sacramento River, operating his tugs and 1arge mainly between Sacramento and San Francisco. He continued n this business until lie retired He was a member of Sacramento Lodge L0.O.F., and a Life member of Vallejo Lodge No. 559, B.P.O.E.
7+ Howard, b 6 Feb l893San Quentin, California, d 9 June 1954, Lois Totman, b 17 Dec 1900 Rio Vista, California, dan of Charles and Minnie (McCarty) Totman. After gramar school Howard worked in the bank at Rio Vista for several years. After leaving the bank he went into the dredging business in the Delta, making his headquarters in Rio Vista. Howard was Chief of the Rio Vista Volunteer Fire Department for 38 years. He also a Life Member of the Elk’s Lodge. His widow, Mrs. Lois Heringer married 3 Oct 1959, Luke Hufhines, an employee of the Dow Chemical Company.
Norma E., b 17 Dec 1924; m 9 Feb 1947, Robert A. Dal Porto, born 26 Mar 1925, Stockton, Calif., son of Anthony and Edith (Berta) Del Porto. Norma graduated from the Rio Vista Schools and the University of California at Berkeley. (Delta Delta Delta). She was President of her P.T.A., 1961-62. Robert graduated from the Oakley Grammar, Liberty Union High School and the University of California at Berkeley. He was a member of Alpha Delta Phi, Golden Bear II B II Winged Helmet, Cal Club; Rep. at Large, Big C. Football; and Engineering Tou Bet Pi, Honor Society. He entered the military service, in July 1943 and was a 1st Lt. U.S. Marines Air Corps - Training Command, Corpus Chriati, Texas. Pilot Instructor. He was discharged in May 1946 and is now a cattle rancher at Oakley, Calif. Robert has been a member of the school board of Trustees for 13 years; Chairman of the County Conmiittee, ASC, 6 years and a Past President of the Lions Club.
Stephen Howard, b 21 Mar 1948, Oakland, Calif.
Sandra Ann. b 13 July 1950, Berkeley, Calif.
David Anthony, b 19 Nov 1955, Pittsburg, Calif.
8+ Lawrence (Larry) William Heringer, b 8 Mar 1898, San Quentin, California; m 10 June
1923, at Lakeport, Calif., Winifred Pearl Tyack, b 26 Dec 1900, Gem, Idaho, daughter of Edward T. and Mary L. (Tregembo) Tyack. Lary graduated from the Rio Vista Graxmiar School, Sacramento High School and the University of Californie at Berkeley, (1920). After graduating from college he chose to enter the Insurance Business and opened his own office in Sacramento and is operating today under the name of Heringer Insurance Service. Larry is a member of and held offices in the following lodges:
Union Lodge No. 58, F. & A.M.
Past Venerable Master of Sacramento Consistory, Scottish Rite.
Ben Au Temple. Member of Wrecking Crew.
Past Patron, Naomi Chapter No. 36, O.E.S.
Past Grand, Schiller Lodge No. 105, I.O.0.F., Sacramento.
Past Great Sachem of California, Improved Order of Red Men.
Member of National Committee of Judiciary, Red Men.
Pearl is a graduate of the Butte Montana Elementary School and the Santa Rosa
High School. She is a member of the Menzaleh Temple No. 16, daughterghters of the
Nile, Sacramento; Naomi Lodge No. 36, O.E.S. and Onondage Council No. 84,
Ddaughterghters of Pocahontas, and is a Past Matron of Naomi Lodge No. 36.
Lawrence Jr., b I May 1924, Oakland, Calif.; in 4 Dec 1948, Lynelle
Bethel, b 15 Feb 1929. Lawrence Jr. graduated from the Sacranto
Schools and the California Polytechnic, San Luis Obispo.
Larry is a
farmer at Fall River Mills, Shasta Co., Calif.
Laurel, b. 13 Jan 1952, Redding, Shasta Co, Calif.
Scott, b1.7 Aug l53, Redding, Shasta Co.
Patricia Paye,:b 20 Apr 1925,. Sacramento; m 18 Aug 1946, Robert E. Perry.
Patricia graduated from the Sacramento Schools and thel University of
California atSautaBarbara. Robert graduated from Sacramento High;
B.S. degree, .Gonzaga University, Spokane, Wash.; M.S. degree University
of Washington, Seattle. Robert is a Electronic Research Engineer, Boeing
Aircraft Co. Childzen are adopted.
Susan:, lO.Sèpt: 1953, Spokane, Washinton.
Scott, b1l July 1954, Seattle, Washington.
Steven, b 10 June1957, Seattle, Washington.
Janice Carole, b 1 Jan 1933, Sacramento; m 10 Apr
1951, Kenneth I. Hooper, b 30 June 1927, Hasting Neb. son of Arthur L and Ethel (dine) Hooper.
Janice graduated from the Sacramento Schools. She is member of Onodaga
Council No. 84, Degree of Pocahontas. Kenneth is a graduate of the Lodi
Grammar School and the Elk Grove High School. He is a Carpenter Foreman.
Kenneth is a member of the Improved Order of Red Hen. Florin Jr. Chamber
of Connerca and the Sacramento Jeepers.
Deborah Ann, b 26 Sept 1952, Sacramento.
Kathleen Lynn, b 25 Oct 1955, Sacramento.
Thomas Frederick, b 18 Dec 1946, Sacramento; Student.
3+Joseph Heringer, born 6 Oct 1861, Oppenhuezen, Holland, came to California with his parents in 1868. He married 29 Aug 1885, Martha Tromp) born 5 Mar 1866, Nyeta, Holland, who came to California about 1882. Mr. Heringer farmed cloae to the area a occupied by Mather Field, Sacramento County. In 1901 he moved his family to Clarkaburg, Yolo County and farmed in Marritt Island Reclamation Distict until 1906, wben he bought a farm in the Lisbon Reclamation District, four miles north of Clarksburg, on the Sacramento River, and made this the family home. Mr. Heringer and his sons, John and Stephen had a dairy and farmed the land to hay, grain, alfalfa and some row crops. All children of Joseph and Martha Heringer were born in Sacramento County, Califórnia.
+ John Franklin, born 22 Sept 1886; married 1 Nov 1916, Alta Genette Smith (13) daughter of lIilhiam H. and Anna (Gould) Smith. John graduated from the Highland grammar school in Sacramento County and moved with his family to the Clarksburg area. in 1901. After the death of his father in 1912 John and his brother Stephen took over the operation of the home ranch in the Lisborn Reclamation District..
In 1916 John and his brother helped reclaim the tule land for the Netherland Land Co. in Reclamation District 999, which had just been leveed off from the flood waters of the Sacramento River, this area was also known later as the Holland Land District. John and his brother Stephen, operated their farming interests together, as Heringer Brothers for many years. They acquired and farned a large acreage both in Sacramento and Yolo Counties.
After Heringer Brothers retired from active farming the children of both families formed a partnership and not only took over the farming operations of Heringer Brothers, but acquired more farming land in Yolo County, known as Holly Ranch, and a large ranch in Butte County on the Feather river. John Heringer is a member of Sacramento Lodge No. 6, B.P.0.E
Alt. (Smith) Heringer, was born. 1 Nov 1888 in New Monterey, Calif. She graduated from the Pacific Grove grammar and High Schools and the San Jose State Normal . She taught school In the Pacific District, Sacramento, County (1913-1916). All chi1dren born in Clarksburg, Calif.
Lewiston, Idaho, daughter of William W. and Blanche (Shaw) Alexander; George graduated from the Clarksburg Grammar and High Schools; and the University of California at Davis. (Calpha). He entered U.S. Military Service 3C’ Feb 1943; 10months H.P.; 3 months A.S.T.P.; 21 months Signal Corps, SISgt. 835 & 3198 Signal Service Bu. Served 2 years in China, Burma and India. Discharged 16 Dec 1945. He is associated with Heringer Farming operations, in Yolo, Sacramento and Butte Counties.
Barbara graduated from Ravenna Graimnar School, Seattle, Washington,
McClatchy High School and Sacramento Jr. College at Sacramento; and the University of California at Davis. (Alpha Sigma).
Jill, b 22 Oct 1952, Sacramento, Calif.
Todd Alexander, b 25 Aug 1957, Sacramento.
Ned Gould, b 31 Dec 1927, Clarksburg, Calif.;
graduated .from the Clarksburg Grammar and High Schools and Chapman College at Los Angeles, Calif.; also Sunmer Sessions at Sacramento State College four years. Ned entered the U.S. Army Service, 30 Nov 1950, was at Fort Ord, Camp Roberts and then To Fort Bliss, Texas, with Btry B 2d Trng Bn AAARTC, June 1951: left Seattle for Tokyo, where he was for 16 months, Staff Bn, MQS & SUC Comd FEC (Headquarters). Discharged Nov 1952, as a Cpl.
Ned is a teacher in the Courtland Schools, Sacramento County and is a member, but not actively engaged in the Heringer Farming operations.
10. Gertrude Anne, b 21 Oct 1887; m 2 Oct 1910, Boyd Alexander Taylor, b 25 June 1885, El Dorado County, California, son of William and Ann(Beckman)Taylor. Boyd Taylor was a civil engineer, a profession he followed for several years with the Western Pacific Railroad, when they were constructing their railroad through the Feather River Canyon. Re bought a farm in the Lisbon Reclamation District and made that his home until he sold the farm in the middle 1950’s and moved to Redding, where he died 27 Aug 1957. In addition to farming in the Lisbon District he drove the Clarksburg School Bus and was a trustee of the Lisbon Reclamation District No. 307.
Boyd Jr., b 23 Sept 1911, Sacramento; rn 31 Dec 1935, Evelyn Friedell b 5 Sept 1914, Sacramento, daughter of George and Mary E. (Prescott) Friedell. Boyd Jr. graduated from the Clarksburg Grammar and High Schools and the California Maritime Acadamy. Evelyn graduated from the Sacramento Grarar and High Schools and Heald’s Business College.
Boyd Jr. entered the service 6 Oct 1942, U.S.N.C., Aerial Navigator, South Pacific; awarded Air Medal with two clusters, plus D.F.C. Discharged from the service 1 Dec 1945. He has followed the painters trade and is now a painting supervisor. Children born in Sacramento, Calif.
Patricia Lynne, b 25 Aug 1938; m 22 Nov 1958, Nehl L. Simmons.
Leslie Rae, b 21 Sept 1955.
Beth Avis, b 25 May 1913, Clarksburg, Yolo County; m 14 Feb 1933, Fred
H. Everest, b 13 Mar 1907, Trinity County, son of Harry and Ida (Huestis)
Beth graduated from the Clarksburg Grammar and High Schools.
Fred graduated from the Rayford Graxrunar School, Trinity’County High
School, attended Sacramento Jr. College two years; University of
California at Berkeley one year and at Davis one year. Fred entered the
service of the Pacific Telephone and Te1eraph Company and after several
Gail Ann, b 7 Apr 1934; in 9 Aug 1953, Charles L. Hawes.
Kathleen Rae, b 2 Mar 1955, Redding Shasta Co. Calif.
Charles Lee, b 20 Apr 1957, Redding.
Lisa Lynne, 6 29 Dec 1959, Redding.
Marilyn b 3 Apr 1937; in 16 Apr 1955, ‘Burton 3. Caidwell.
Karen Christine, 6 29 Nov 1956, Redding.
Catherine Kay, 6 26 Apr 1958, Redding.
Infant son, 6 26 Nov 1959; d 27 Nov 1959.
Kimberly Beth, 6 19 Aug 1961, Redding.
Fred Henry Jr., b 12 Aug 1940.
11. Stephen Frederick, 6 16 Mar 1889; in 2 Oct1912, Mabel Gladys Holmes (26) 6 17 Apr
1889, Sacramento County, Calif., den of Joseph and Carrie (Rich) Holmes. Stephen graduated from the Clarksburg Gr,,”ar School and went to farming with his father and brother on the home ranch. About 1916 he helped plow up the tules and bring under cultivation the newly reclaimed land of Reclamation District No. 999. He and his brother John bought and farmed a large acreage of this choice land under the partnership of Heringer Bros. Later they added to their holdings, farming land in the Pierson Reclamation District No. 551 in Sacramento County, of which district Stephen is a trustee. After Heringer Brothers retired from active farming, the children of both families through legal agreements, formed a partnership and not only took over the farming operations of Heringer Brothers, but acquired more farming land in Yolo County, known as the Holly Ranch, and a large ranch in Butte County on the Feather River.
Stephen Heringer is a member and Past Master of Franklin Lodge No. 143, P. & A.M., Courtland; Scottish Rice and Ben Ali Temple in Sacramento. Also a member of Sacramento Lodge No. 6, B.P.OE.
Mabel (Holmes) Heringer, graduated from the Pacific District Grammar school and Sacramento High School; taught school in the Richiand District at Hood, California and Bret Harte Sacramento. She was a trustee of the Clarksburg Union School District for 25 years. A member of the Clarkaburg Community Church, Onisbo Chapter No. 161 O.E.S.; Tuesday Club; Soroptimist Club; Sacramento; Past Queen, Menzaleh temple No. 16, daughterghters of Nile and 2nd. Vice-Regent D.AR., Sacramento.
Frederick Joseph, b 5 Sept ‘1913, Sacramento, Calif.; in 19 June 1937, Marion V. Minney, daughter. of Ernest and Anne (Gaffert) Minney, Leadville Colorado.
Fred attended Grammar school at Preeport and Clarksburg, “ graduated from Clarksburg High School and Stanford University, B.S. 1935, (Kappa Sigma): he was Co-Captain Stanford Varsity Baseball Team, 1935; went with All Star Team to Japan, 1935; went with All American Baseball Team to Olympics in Berlin , 1936, after meet was over toured Western Europe by bicycle. He is associated with the Heringer farming operations in Yolo, Sacramento and Butte Counties. Fred has served as a member
of the Board of Trustees, Clarksburg Schools; Past President California Tomato Growers Assoc.; held all offices in the local Paris Bureau; and has taken a very active part in the California Farm Bureau Federation, holds the office of a Chairman of the organizations’s Labor Committee and holds the office of Vice-President of that organization.
Marion attended Grammer School in Colorado and California; graduated from the Anna Head High School in Berkeley, University of California, Berkeley, A.B. Taught at Clarksburg High School. Member Board of trustees, Clarksburg High School District.
Christine M., 6 28 Aug 1939, Sacramento, Calif.
Haig Mull, 6 25 Jan 1947, Sacramento, Calif.
Wilfred Rich, b 13 Apr 1915, Clarksburg, Calif.; m 18 May 1940, Ma’-€
Alexander, b 24 Dec 1918, San Jose, Calif.; daughter of James and Grace (o
Wilford attended Freeport and Clarksburg Grammar Schoo, graduated from Clarksburg High School and Stanford University (l937 (Kappa Sigma); after college he returned home and is associated wirb the fleringer farming operations in Yolo, Sacramento and Butte Counties. Margaret attended the Demonstration Graitwnr School, San Jose State Normal Campus; graduated from the Roosevelt Jr. High and the San Jose Rig Schoo was a member of Torch and Laurel, (Girl’s honor Society), Zeto Rho and La Piddle, Sorories;went on scholarship to Hills Col1e, one year, graduated from San Jose State College, (Kappa Alpha Theta) and (Pi OmeSe Pi).
Lynne, b 31 May1941, Sacramento, Calif.
Curtis A., b 1 June 1944, Sacramento.
Wayne Lee, b 8 Sept .1947, Sacramento.
Thomas Rich, b 12 Mar 1953, Sacramento.
Joseph Holmes, b 24 Mar 1917; killed in automobile accident, 6 Apr 1934.
Lester Stephen, b 6 Nov 1918, Clarksburg, Calif.; m 11 June 1943:
Marjorie Utterback, b 18 Aug 1921, daughter of Vesper and Clara (Mazrtzond) Vtterback.
Lester graduated from the Clarksburg Grammar and High Schools, attended Oregon State College and the University of California at Davis; (Philo Delpbo); President Block C.A. Honor Society; Honorably mentioned on Little All American Football Team, 1940. Enlisted 15 Dec 1941
asAviation Cadet; transfexred 1 Apr 1942 to Officers Candidate School:
Miami Beach, Florida; Comissioned, 2nd Lt. 24 June 1942; 1st Lt. 17 Nov 1942; Capt, 29 June 1943; on 3 May 1944 he was assigned to 1st Troop Carrier Comnand, Stout Field, Indianapolis. Assigned the duties as head of Manpower Control and Personel Management Division for 1st T.C. Conmand; promoted to Major, 13 Oct 1944, terminated service 24 May 1946. After returning to Clarksburg, Lester is associated with the Ileringer
I farming operations in Yolo, Sacramento and Butte Counties.
Marjorie graduated from Clarksburg Graar School, Lodi High School,
and Oregon State College, BA. in Home Economics. Secretary of OSC Senior Class; President Alpha Gnwn. Delta; member Ph Kappa Phi, Honor
GaleLee,b 17 Sept 1945, Indianapolis, md.
Stephen Frederick III, b 28 Jan 1947, Sacramento, Calif.
Cinda Jane, b 7 Sept 1948, Sacramento.
Lester Stephen Jr., b 15 Nov 1949, Sacramento.
Stanley James, b 14 Jan 1951, Sacramento.
Jann Marie, b 24 Mar 1953, Sacramento.
Duke Edward, b 9 June 1955, Sacramento.
James Tromp, b 4 .7. 920 Clarksburg, m 11 Apr 1942, katherine Yoakum b 26 Mar 1920, daughter ø finis F.. and Wilhelmine (Wissman) Yoakum.
Jim graduated from the C. cksburg Graimn.r and Nigh Schools. Attended Oregon State
• College 4 years, (Kappa Sigma). Enlisted 28 July 1942 132nd Ordanca, Maintenance Battalion, 10th Armored Division. Technician 4th Grade.
E.T.O. Discharged 27 Oct 1945.
Katherine. graduated from Lakeview Crai,wr School, Westlake Jr. High nd Oakland Nigh School. Attended University of California one year and graduated from Oregon State College 1941; (Kappa Kappa G’).
Jim is associated with the Reringer farming operations in Tab, Sacramento
James T., b 11 Apr 1943, San Francisco, California.
Helen Yoakum, b 7 May 1945, San Francisco.
Warren Franklin, b 12 Oct 1947, Sacramento.
Ralph Edward, b 14 Aug 1949, Sacramento.
Donna Katherine b 26 Oct 1953, Sacramento.
Robert Peter, b 29 Mar 1921, C]arksburg; in 25 July 1942, tsabelle Ann Sheldon
b 11 May 1923, Clarion Iowa, daughter of Lloyd B. and Esther (Birdsal) Sheldon.
Bob graduated from the Clarksburg Grammar and High Schools. Attended
Stanford University one year; graduated from University of California at
Davis, 1941. Played “Prosh” football, Stanford, 1938; Heavyweight
Champion, Davis, 1941, also Wrestling Champion, 1941. Entered service 4
June 1944; Pfc. Co. E. 2 Ba. 103 Inf. Div. E.T.O. Served overseas from Dec 1944 to Mar 1946. Taught Automobile Mechanics in Occupation Forces,
Nov 1945 to Apr 1946. Discharged April 1946. Bob is associated with the Heringer farming operations in Yolo, Sacramento and Butte Counties. Re has served as Superintendent of the Clarksburg Community Church Sunday School, also a member of the Church Choir; Past Master, Franklin Lodge, No. 143, F. & AM. Courtland; President District No. 3, California Beet Growers Association. Member of West Sacramento Rotary Club.
tsabelle graduated from the Pacific District GraT,wn2r School, Sacramento, the Clarksburg High School and the Sacramento Junior College, (Sigma Iota Chi).
Karen E., b 23 Aug 1943, Sacramento, Past Worthy Adv. Rainbow Girls.
Diana An, b 15 Jan 1947, Sacramento.
Robin, b 15 Feb 1948, Sacramento.
Robert Jr., b 11 June 1949.
Douglas Charles b 11 Aug 1954, Sacramento.
Stephen F., b 20 June 1931, Sacramento, d 10 Aug 1945.
Richard Thomas, b 15 June 1933, Sacramento; in 11 Feb 1956, Joyce Abbott,
b 15 Sept 1932, Berkeley, Calif., daughter of Keith and Edith (Pugh) Abbott.
Richard graduated from the Clarksburg Grtvtar and High Schools and the
University of California at Davis. (Phi Delta Theta). 1st Lt. ROTC,
Davis. Entered Army Training, 9 May 1956, now 1st Lt. in Reserves.
Richard is associated with the Heringer farming operations in Yolo,
Sacramento and Butte Counties.
Joyce graduated from the Covina Union High School; at George Pepperdine two
years and University of California at Davis two and one half years. BS.
Pyrtanean Honor Society.
Mark R., b 15 Jan 1957, Sac-amento, Calif.
Lee Ann, b ii Oct 1959, Yuba City, Calif.
Sharon 3., b 19 Sept 1961, Marysville, Calif. V
12. Martha Josephine, b 18 Nov 1892; in 19 Oct 1919, Frederick Clair Klxtland, born 13 Mar 1892, Preeport, Sacramento County, son of Frederick N. and Nellie (Bayles) Kirtland. lit. Kirtland Sr. was a blacksmith in Freeport before becoming a farmer in the Lisbon District, Yolo County, before 1900. After graduating from school Clair Kirtland went to farming with his father. They raised hops for many years and then alfalfa and row crops. After his father retired Clair took over the operation of the ranch and when Clair retired his sons took over the operation of the ranch. Their children were born in Clarksburg, Yolo County.
Frederick Clair Jr., b 27 Jan 1921; m 16 Mar 1945, Violet Collins, b 24 Mar 1919, Taney Co., Missouri, daughter of George and Vernie (Blair) Collins. Fred graduated from the Clarksburg qrammar and High Schools; Sacramento, City College and the University of California. Fred enlisted USA!’, 7 Aug 1942; Conmiissioned 2nd Lt. 23 June 1944; relieved active thity 1st Lt. 15 June 1946. Upon returning home from the USA!’, Fred went to farming with his brother in the Lisbon Reclamation District. He is a trustee of the Reclamation District and the Clarksburg School District.
Violet graduated from the Cedar Creek, Mo. Grairsnar School and the School of the Ozarks, Point Lookout, Mo.
Gary Frederick, b 23 Jan 1948, Sacramento, Calif.
Gregory Harvey, b 21 July 1952, Sacramento.
Robert Richard, b 24 Jan 1923; m 7 Nov 1948, Hazel Collins, born 1 Apr 1930, Taney County, Missouri, daughter of George and Vernie (Blair) Collins. Robert
graduated from the Clarksburg Grausnar and High Schools and the Sacramento Junior College. Me enlisted 19 Jan 1943 and was Staff-Sgt. in Air Force -
Air Transport Consnand. Instructor for pilots and flight engineers, Air Transport Crews in Florida. Discharged 26 Jan 1946. Robert is farming with his brother in the Lisbon Reclamation District, Clarksburg.
Hazel graduated from Bald Knob Grazinar School, Kissee Mills, Mo.;
andKlamath Union High School, Klamath Falls, Oregon.
Alice B., b 10 Aug 1949, Sacramento, Calif.
Robert R. Jr., b 9 Sept 1951, Sacramento.
Frederick S., b 11 July 1956, Sacramento.
4+ John Heringer was born 12 June 1863, Oppenhuezen, Holland; died 30 Aug 1906, Clarksburg, ‘fob County; married 7 Oct 1887, Charlotte Pylman, born 25 Sept 1868, Holland; died 31 Oct% 1943, C1arksburg John Reringer farmed in Sacramento County, near what is now Mather Field Air Base, until about 1895, when he purchased a farm in Merritt Island, near Clarksburg, Yolo County, and made that his home. Mr. Heringer’s sister, Mrs. Hiram Bish, died at the birth of her son Raymond, and Mr and Mrs. Heringer having no children of their own, adopted Raymond Bish.
(17)Raymond, b 11 Oct 1898; d 26 Sept 1958; m 15 Apr 1918, Clara Smith, born 18 Sept 1897, Clarksburg; daughter of John C. and Sarah (Morse) Smith. Raymond was a farmer in the Merritt Island Reclamation District and served as president of the Board of Trustees of the District for 25 years. lie was a member of the Board of Trustees of the Courtland High School District and the Bates Elementary District for 17 years, and he was a Past President of the Courtland Parlors, Native Sons of the Golden West. Re was very active as a wireless and radio operator for 35 years and was a member of the Sacramento Radio Club and the Mars Net Radio Club at McClellan Air Force Base.
Thelma L., b 28 Apr 192l; m 20 July 1941, Robert Lingscbeid.
Marie L., b 18 Mar 1943, Los Angeles, Calif.
Barbara R., b 10 Aug 1948, Burbank, Calif.
D...........1 ‘I. 1QF m 11 Nov 1950. Shirley Schumate.
Donald Smith, b2l Oct 1917;: m 27 Nov 1938, Agnes Warriner, b 16 Feb 1916 West SacramentoiYolo County, daughter of Guy and Anna (Harbinson) Warriner. Donald graduated.from the Clarksburg Grazrmiar and High Schools, Sacramento Junior College and University of California at Davis. He is associated with his brothers and cousins in farming operations in Sacramento, But.te, and Yolo Counties. Donald is Past Master of Franklin Lodge No. 143
P. & A.M., Courtland, Calif.
Agnes graduated from the West Sacramento Grammar School; Clarksburg High School and the Sacramento Junior College. She is a member of Onisbo Chapter No. 16l..O.E.S, Coürtland and took an active part in assisting the Rainbow Girls of Courtland.
All children born in Sacramento, California.
Carol Elizabeth1 b 24 May 1940. Past Worthy Adv. Rainbow Girls.
Janice, b 29Nov 1943,
Michael John ,b 15 Aug 1.945; d 20 Mar 1960.
Susan Genette, b 4 Aug 1949
John Franklin, Jr. (Bud), b 14 Sept 1919; m 18 Jan 1942, ziarjorie Gallemore, b 25 Aug 1920, Detroit, Michigan, daughter of William and Verna (V1.nseu) Gallemore.
Bud graduated from the Clarksburg Grammar and High Schools and attended the University of California at Davis. Enlisted 2 June 1944, PvC. 414 tnf. 104 Div. E.T.0. ‘Timberwolves”. Served under General Allen. Saw service in Germany. Discharged as Corporal, 6 Apr l946. He s associated with the Heringer farming operations in Sacramento, Yolä and Butte Counties.
Marjorie graduated from the Jefferson Grammar School and the McClacchy Sacramento High School. Children born in Sacramento.
Hope Arm, b 2 Feb 1943
John Franklin III, b 20 Sept 1947
Alta Genecta, 1, 1 Aug 1922; m 28 June 1952, John Frankliin Whisenhunet, b 17 Aug 1923, Brokenbow, Oklahoma, son of William C. arid Jessie E. !cKeever) Whisenhunt. Genetteggduated from the Glarksburg Grammar and High Schools and the University of California at Berkeley, 1944. (Alpha Chi Omega).
Genette is a member but not actively engaged at the preØnt time in the Heringer Farming Operations. After graduating from college and before her marriage she was in charge of the office work at the Her inger Headquarters, Clarkaburg.
John graduated from the Hainden Elementary, Oklahoma; Sactramento High School and the University of California at Berkeley, AB 1954. University of Fribourg, Fribourg, Switzerland,. 1954-56.
University of Berne, Berne, Switzerland, 1956-59, M.D. Degcee. Internship, Sacramento County Hospital, Sacramento, 196Ô-61.
Surgery Residency, Oakland, Vetern’s Administration Hospital, Oakland. John is a member of Beta Theta Pi,University of California. lie entered:
the U.S. Army Service in 1943, with the U.S. Army Parachute Infantry, served in Europe, 1944-46.
John P. Jr. b 15 Mar 1955, Fribourg, Switzerland
Ann Genette b 17 May 1958, Bern, Switzerland
Nary Susan, b 16 Oct 1960, Sacramento, Calif.
George P .;, b 25 Jan 1924, in 24 Oct 1948, Barbara Alexander, b 9 Apr 1928
Raymond J., b 26 Feb 1955, CrescentCity, Calif. Scott E., b 3 June 1958, Cresent City, Calif.
Doris N., b 16 July 1929; m 1 July 1951, Walter R. Halemeier Christine C., b 13 July 1953, Fresno, Calif.
Elizabeth A., b 15 Dec 1954, Fresno, Calif.
5+Jennie Heringer was born 9 Mar 1866 in Holland; d 11 Oct 1898, PlacervUle; m 29 Jan 1886, Hiram Henry Bish, b 11 Jan 1852, Booties borough, Iowa; d 22 Mar 1944, Fairfield, California, son of Jacob and Anielia(Rhoads) Bish. Mr. Bish was a farmer in El Dorado County, Calif.
13. Estella, b 3 July 1887; m 27 Feb 1909, George A. Nelson.
14. Gladys, b 29 June 1889; m 23 Dec 1935, Joseph F. Whitman.
15. Elmore, b 23 Apr 1892; m Nellie Simpkins.
Raymond, b Lakeport, Calif.
Charles, b Lakeport, Calif.
James, b Lakeport, Calif.
16. Echo, b 13 Apr 1896; m 17 Sept 1922, Ellsworth Hunter.
Phyllis I., b 19 Oct 1923; m 11 Jan 1944, Chas Shallenberger.
Marilyn F., b 17 Jan 1925; m 15 May 1945; Volkert Hider.
17. Raymond, 1, 11 Oct 1898; d 1958; m 15 Apr 1918, Clara Smith.