BURGET IDA MAE (MARY)

BURGET IDA MAE (MARY)

Female 1867 - 1946

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  • Born  13 Feb 1867  Sumner, Lawrence County, Illinois Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender  Female 
    Died  20 Dec 1946  Indpls., IN. Nursing Home; dod may be 12/16/46 Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Buried  City Cemetery, Sumner, Illinois Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID  I00244  Gynzer's Genealogy Database | Hans Landis Family
    Last Modified  4 Jul 2005 

    Father  BURGET DANIEL D.,   b. 8 Dec 1844, Cincinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 18 Mar 1864, Sumner, Lawrence County, Illinois Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Mother  WAGNER MATILDA ALMEDA (ALEMEDA),   b. 8 Sep 1846, Perry County, Ohio Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 9 Aug 1917, Sumner, Lawrence County, Illinois Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Married  4 Nov 1879  Sumner, Lawrence County, Illinois Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID  F00222  Group Sheet

    Family  GINES JOHN WESLEY,   b. 25 Jun 1867, Sumner, Illinois Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1 Jan 1941, Washington, IN Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Married  24 Nov 1887  M. at res by W. H. Wagy; witnessed by Emma Wagy, minister's wife, & Isis Kilgore Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
    >1. GINES ROLLA HARRISON,   b. 19 Jan 1889, Dob may be January 18, 1889; 19th is from family Bible Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 12 Mar 1979, Washington, Indiana. Find all individuals with events at this location
     2. GINES NORA (NORAH) ETHEL,   b. 30 Jul 1890,   d. 6 Oct 1898, Buried City Cem., Sumner, Illinois Find all individuals with events at this location
    >3. GINES RAYMOND IRAL (IRA) (IRL),   b. 3 Mar 1892, Dob may be March 13, 1892. Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 19 May 1969, Bloomington,Vigo Co., IN.; Dod may be 3/19/69. Find all individuals with events at this location
    >4. GINES ORAL NORVAL,   b. 2 Sep 1894, Sumner or Billet Station, Illinois; or Bridgeport, Il. Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 10 Jul 1962, Vincennes, IN., Good Samaratan Hosp. Find all individuals with events at this location
    >5. GINES ISIS MATILDA,   b. 22 Jun 1898, Lawrence County, Illinois Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 28 Dec 1958, DOD ?? 12/27/59; buried Plainville Cemetery, Plainville, Indiana. Find all individuals with events at this location
    >6. GINES DOROTHY BURGET,   b. 19 Feb 1906, Vincennes, Indiana Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 18 Jun 1982, Highland Park, Los Angeles, CA; Bd. Forest Lawn, Hollywood Hills, CA. Find all individuals with events at this location
    >7. GINES HERALD MARSHALL,   b. 10 Dec 1911, Taswell, Crawford County, Indiana. Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 21 Feb 1993, Good Samaritan Hosp.,Vincennes,Indiana. Find all individuals with events at this location
    Family ID  F00093  Group Sheet

  • Photos

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    Ida Mae Burgett Gines Home
    Ida Mae Burgett Gines Home
    Ida Mae Burgett Gines Childhood Home
    John Welsey and Ida Mae Gines
    John Welsey and Ida Mae Gines
    John Welsey and Ida Mae Gines
    John Wesley Gines Family at Store around 1908
    John Wesley Gines Family at Store around 1908
    Description from David Burgett:
    In this picture of a store, the lady on the left is Ida and John W. is in the doorway. Again this is ca 1908. .... On the back of the picture in pencil is 'J W Gines Vincennes Indiana lived upstairs' also, 'Aunt Ida', 'Ray Post dark suit', and up toward the top about where the old woman on the balcony is, it says Aunt Susan. I do not know who Aunt Susan is. The woman in the picture is to old to be Susan Burget, Ida's sister.

    Note from Ron Gines: If the woman on the Balcony is Susan Jane Burgett and this photo was taken in 1908, then she would be 38 years old in this picture.
    John Wesley Gines Family
    John Wesley Gines Family
    The following was provided by David Burgett:
    The Second picture is your Gines family ca 1908. The three young men in the back are, as I'm sure you probably know, Rolla, Raymond and Oral. Then John Wesley, Isis & Ida. The young lady in the front is Dorothy.
    Burget Family Photo - 1905
    Burget Family Photo - 1905
    Description Provided by David burgett:
    Here is the other picture I promised. I am guessing it dates to roughly 1905.
    Front row, left to right: George M, Matilda, John L
    Back row, left to right: Lena (Mitchell), Hattie (Hill), Francis M, David W, Susan (Berlin), Ida (Gines)
    Burget Home in 1908
    Burget Home in 1908
    Description from David Burgett: approximately 1908+/-. The woman seated on the porch is Matilda Almeda (Wagner) Burget, Ida's mother. The man seated on the porch is my Great, Great Grandfather, Francis Marion (Frank) Burgett. The rest are his three sons and I am not sure about the lady. Could be his second wife or a sister. Picture Courtesy of : dawnmorgan12 (on acncestry.com) originally submitted this to Morgan/Riggs on 23 Feb 2009 Picture edited by JCI
    Burget Gines, Ida Mae - Portrait
    Burget Gines, Ida Mae - Portrait
    Ida Mae (Burget) Gines picture. Cropped from larger picture of her and John Wesley Gines.

    Histories
    John W. and Ida Mae Gines Golden Wedding Anniversary
    John W. and Ida Mae Gines Golden Wedding Anniversary

    WILL OBSERVE GOLDEN WEDDING ANNIVERSARY


    Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Gines, who live north of the Longfellow school at the north edge of Washington, will have open house Thursday from 2 to 4 o'clock, at which time they will welcome friends in observance of their Golden Wedding Anniversary.

    John W. Gines was born on June 25, 1867, and Ida M. Burget was born February 13, 1867, both near Sumner, Illinois. They grew up within two miles of each other, attended day school together at old Center, and also Sunday school at old Wesley Chapel.

    They were married at the age of 20 years and have spent 50 years of happily married life together. Seven children blessed their union, four being residents of this city and two of Bloomington, whle the seventh died at Sumner, Illinois at the age of nine years.

    Mr. and Mrs. Gines have been in business in Sumner, for five years, and then came to Daviess county 23 years ago, being at Hyatt Station for 13 years before buying the home where they now reside.

    For over 30 years the couple have been Bible Christians, keeping up the family altar in the home, and tithing their income and attending and supporting the Free Methodist Church of Washington and other worthy institutions.

    The aged couple have revealed their motto as "Ready to Live or Ready to Die". They are reported ready and willing to go day or night to pray for or help in any way the sick or dying.

    Names of children and grandchildren of Mr. and Mrs. Gines are as follows:

    Oral N. Gines, and two children, Donald Ray and Carolyn Sue.

    Rolla H. Gines, and three children, Nelline, Edwin and Forrest.

    Ray Gines, of Bloomington, and three children, Junior, Joyce and John Thomas.

    Herald Gines and children, Ronald and David.

    Mrs. John Riggs, of Bloomington, and children, Archer and Joan.

    Isis Hoss, of Hyatt Station and children, Ruth, Dorothy, Helen, Geneva, Virginia, Eleanor, Darlene, John and Paul.

    Nora Gines, a daughter, died at the age of nine years.

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    Wanda L. Gines has in her files the handwritten list of guests attending their golden wedding celebration.


    Census Documents

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    1870 - United States Federal Census - Burget, Daniel D.
    1870 - United States Federal Census - Burget, Daniel D.
    1870 - United States Federal Census - Burget, Daniel D.
    1880 - United States Federal Census - Burget, Daniel D. - Page 2 of 2
    1880 - United States Federal Census - Burget, Daniel D. - Page 2 of 2
    1880 - United States Federal Census - Burget, Daniel D. - Page 2 of 2
    1900 US Census with John Wesley Geines
    1900 US Census with John Wesley Geines
    Name:John N Geines
    [John Wesley Geines]
    [John N Gines]
    [John W Geinss]
    Age:32
    Birth Date:Jun 1867
    Birthplace:Illinois
    Home in 1900:Christy, Lawrence, Illinois[Lawrence]
    Race:White
    Gender:Male
    Relation to Head of House:Head
    Marital Status:Married
    Spouse's Name:Mary I Geines
    Marriage Year:1888
    Years married:12
    Father's Birthplace:Indiana
    Mother's name:Hannah Geines
    Mother's Birthplace:Illinois
    Occupation:View on Image
    Neighbors:View others on page
    Household Members:
    NameAge
    John N Geines32
    Mary I Geines33
    Rolla Geines11
    Raymond Geines8
    Oral Geines5
    Isis Geines1
    Hannah Geines63
    Alvin Geines19

    Ancestry.com. 1900 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2004.
    Original data: United States of America, Bureau of the Census. Twelfth Census of the United States, 1900. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1900. T623, 1854 rolls.
    1910 - United Stated Federal Census - Gines, John W.
    1910 - United Stated Federal Census - Gines, John W.
    1910 - United Stated Federal Census - Gines, John W
    1920 - United States Federal Census - Gines, John W.
    1920 - United States Federal Census - Gines, John W.

    FormHeader: StateIndiana
    FormHeader: CountyDaviess
    FormHeader: TownshipState Twp Precinct No 2
    FormHead: Date10-Jan-1920
    FormHead: Sheet Number4A
    1) Street:
    2) House Number:FM
    3) Number of Household:63
    4) Number of Family:65
    5) Name:Gines, John WIdaDorothyHarold
    6) Relation to Head of House:HeadWifedaughterson
    7) Home Owned or Rented:Owned
    8) If Owned, Free or Mortg.Free
    9) Gender:MaleFemaleFemaleMale
    10) Race:WhiteWhiteWhite
    11) Age:5252138
    Estimated Birth Year:abt 1868abt 1868abt 1907abt 1912
    12) Marital Status:MarriedMarriedSingleSingle
    13) Year of Immigration:----
    14) Naturalized or alien----
    15) If Nat: What Year?----
    16) Attended School or College:yesyes
    17) Able to readyesyesyesyes
    18) Able to writeyesyesyesyes
    19) Birthplace:IllinoisIllinoisIndianaIndiana
    20) Mother Tongue:
    21) Father Birthplace:IllinoisPennsylvaniaIllinoisIllinois
    22) Father Mother Tongue:
    23) Mother Birthplace:KentukyOhioIllinoisIllinois
    24) Mother Mother Tongue:
    25) Able to Speak Englishyesyesyesyes
    26) Trace, Profession or workFarmerNoneNoneNone
    27) Industry or establishmentMilk? Farm
    28) Employer, sal/wage, ownown
    29) Number on Farm Schedule50
    Link to 1920 Census discription page

    1930 - United State Federal Census - Gines, John W
    1930 - United State Federal Census - Gines, John W

    FormHeader: StateIndiana
    FormHeader: CountyDaviess
    FormHeader: TownshipWashington
    FormHead: Date14-Apr-1930
    FormHead: Sheet Number8B
    1) Street:Edwardsport Road
    2) House Number:
    3) Number of Household:145145145
    4) Number of Family:151151151
    5) Name:Gines, John WIda MHarrold
    6) Relation to Head of House:HeadWife HSon
    7) Home Owned or Rented:Rented
    8) Home Value or Rent:4200
    9) Radio Set
    10) Live on a farm?yesyesyes
    11) Gender:MaleFemaleMale
    12) Race:WhiteWhiteWhite
    13) Age:626318
    Estimated Birth Year:abt 1868abt 1867abt 1912
    14) Marital Status:MarriedMarriedSingle
    15) Age at first marriage2021
    16) Attended School or College:NoNoyes
    17) Able to read and writeyesyesyes
    18) Birthplace:IndianaIllinoisIndiana
    19) Father birthplaceUnited StatesIllinoisIndiana
    20) Mother birthplaceUnited StatesOhioIllinois
    21) Language before US
    22) Year of immigration
    23) Natualization
    24) Able to speak Englishyesyesyes
    25) OccupationTruckingHouseStudent
    26) IndustryFarm
    27) Class of WorkerO
    28) At work yesterdayyes
    29) Unemployment Schedule
    30) Veteran
    31) What War?
    32) Number on Farm Schedule91
    Link to 1930 Census discription page

    1940 Census with Herald Marshall Gines
    1940 Census with Herald Marshall Gines
    FormHeader: StateIndiana
    FormHeader: CountyDaviess
    FormHeader: TownshipWashington
    FormHead: Date2-May-1940
    FormHead: Sheet Number8B
    1) Street:Edwardsport Road
    2) House Number:
    3) Number of Household:166166166166167167168168
    4) Home Owned or Rented:OwnedOwnedOwnedOwnedOwnedOwnedRentedRented
    5) Home Value or Rent:180010006
    6) Farm (Y/N):NoYesNo
    7) Name:Harold GinesViolaRonaldDavidJohn W. GinesIdaBerlin GaitherLucille
    8) Relation to Head of House:HeadWifeSonSonHeadWifeHeadWife
    9) Gender:MaleFemaleMaleMaleMaleFemaleMaleFemale
    10) Race:WhiteWhiteWhiteWhiteWhiteWhiteWhiteWhite
    11) Age:28264272732219
    Estimated Birth Year:abt 1912abt 1914abt 1936abt 1938abt 1868abt 1867abt 1918abt 1921
    12) Marital Status:MarriedMarriedSingleSingleMarriedMarriedMarriedMarried
    13) Attended School or College:NoNoNoNoNoNoNoNo
    14) Highest Grade Completed:HS 3HS 40066HS 1HS 4
    15) Birthplace:IndianaMissouriIndianaIndianaIllinoisIllinoisIllinoisMissouri
    16) Citizenship
    17) 1935 CityWashingtonWashingtonWashingtonWashingtonOntarioWashington
    18) 1935 CountyDaviessDaviessDaviessDaviessVernonDaviess
    19) 1935 StateIndianaIndianaIndianaIndianaWisconsinIndiana
    20) 1935 FarmNoNo
    21) Work for Pay/ProfitYesNoNoNoNo
    22) Public Emergency Work-NoNoNoNo
    23) Seeking Work-NoNoYesNo
    24) If Not Seeking-have job-NoNo-No
    25) Housework/School/Oth-UnableHousework-Housework
    26) Hours worked/wk40
    27) Unemployment Length2
    28) Trade/ProfessionCarpenterFilling Station Attendant
    29) Industry/BusinessPublic BuildingsGasoline Filling Station
    30) Class of Workerpwpw
    31) Weeks worked in 1939330043
    32) Money/Wages/Salary5000046823
    33) Number on Farm Sched.42
    Link to 1940 Census discription page


  • Notes 
    • Wanda L. Gines has the funeral book showing the following information.

      IN MEMORY OF

      Mrs. Ida Mary Gines
      Born Sumner, Ill. February 13, 1867
      Entered into rest Indpls., Indiana December 20, 1946
      79 yrs. 10 mo. 7 days
      Interment Sumner, Illinois
      December 22, 1946; 3:45 p.m.

      Father's father - David Burget
      Father - Daniel Burget
      Mother - Matilda Burget
      Deceased December 20, 1946
      Wedded to John W. Gines
      Services - Free Methodist Church, Washington, Indiana December 22, 1946;
      1:00 p.m.
      Officiating - Rev. J. L. Bright - sermon
      Rev. L. B. Eggleston - assisted
      Rev. E. G. Grimes - Tribute
      Music - Mrs. Corinna Hawf - piano
      Quartet - Mr. Guy Horton, Mr. Wm. Horton, Miss Hazel Horton, Mrs. Rena Green
      Selections - Asleep in Jesus
      Goodnight and Good Morning
      Will the Circle be Unbroken
      Bearers - Junior Gines, Forrest Gines, Edwin Gines, Bernard Thrasher, Harold Godwin, Alvin McCrackin
      Flower Bearers - Nelline Gines, Carolyn Gines, Virginia Hoss, Charlene Hoss, Helen Hoss, Joanna Riggs, Joyce Thrasher, Eleanor Hoss


      Handwritten obituary found in funeral book.

      Mrs. Ida M. Gines, widow of John W. gines, died at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. John Riggs of Indianapolis at 6:00 a.m. this morning December 20. She had been ill for several years and seriously ill a week. Mrs. Gines was 79 years old. Born February 13, 1867 in Lawrence Co., Illinois. She was the daughter of Daniel and Matilda Burget. She was educated in the Illinois schools and was married November 24, 1887 to John W. Gines. Mrs. Gines came to Daviess Co. to live in 1915. Mr. Gines died January 1, 1941. Living children are Rolla, Ray, Oral, and Herald; two daughers Isis M. Hoss and Dorothy B. Riggs. A daughter Nora E. Gines preceded her in death. She leaves 26 grandchildren, 6 great-grandchildren, 3 brothers Frank Burget, John Burget and Wesley Burget of Sumner, Illinois. One sister Mrs. Susan Berlin of Calhoun, Illinois. Mrs. Gines was a member of the Free Methodist Church. Funeral services will be conducted Sunday afternoon at 1:00 o'clock at the Free Methodist church with burial in the Sumner, Illinois Cemetery. Friends may call at the Gill funeral chapel after noon Saturday.



      At the Berlin/Burget Reunions, we have been told a gentleman of the James gang attended.

      The cross to the Uncle Berlin Gaither's Family was that his grandmother married a Berlin. Ida's sister Susan married Jake Berlin.


      Wanda L. Gines has in her possession a postcard the front of which says "God is Love" in fancy lettering. The back is addressed to Mrs. Matilda Burget, Sumner, ILL. The message reads: All Well and Happy having the Best time of our lives. Jesus is so good to us. J. W. and Ida Gines. Babys name is Herald. The post mark is not clear, only the word IND. It would have to be in Dec. of 1911 or early 1912 since Herald was born December 10, 1911.


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