Group 3 - Descendants of William Carpenter-98-
Father of William Carpenter-584 (b. abt 1605)


46453. Joy Lee Carpenter

Number 2021-8 in the Timothy Carpenter Book.

46454. Karen Adell Carpenter

Number 2022-8 in the Timothy Carpenter Book.
At least one child.

46457. Maurice D. Clemens

OBITUARY.  Battle Creek Enquirer and News, Friday, Nov. 5, 1982, p. 2B. Maurice "Mike" D. Clemens, 60, of 433 N. 24th St., who was wounded in action five times in World War II, died Thursday in Leila Hospital after a long illness.  He was born in Sherman and moved to Battle Creek with his family when he was 3.  He enlisted in the Army in July 1942 and was wounded in action five times in battles in Africa, Sicily, Italy, France and Germany. Twice after being wounded, he bandaged himself and kept on fighting, taking over for wounded command officers.  Three times his wounds were serious enough to require lengthy hospitalization, and he returned to battle after each hospital stay.  In November of 1944 he received a battlefield commission as a second lieutenant.  In addition to being awarded Purple Heart medals with Oak Leaf clusters, he also was decorated with the Silver Star with Oak Leaf cluster, and three times was cited for gallantry in action.  Before the war he was employed by Clemens Delivery Service, owned by his father, and after the war he was employed as a driver for the Carlings Brewing   He retired in 1980 from Atlas Sales Inc. after 21 years of service.  He was a member of Club 27, VFW Post 565, Gen. George A. Custer American Legion Post 54, DAV Chapter 7, and the Polish National Alliance.  Surviving are his wife, the former Geraldine Taylor; a son, Daniel Clemens Jr. of Battle Creek; a daughter, Mrs. Charles (Mina) Johnson of Oklahoma City, Okla.; his mother, Carmen Clemens of  Battle Creek; a sister, Mrs. Jerry (Carolyn) Turner of Battle Creek; two grandchildren; and one great-grandchild.  Services will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday at the Royal Funeral Home.  Memorial donations may be made to the American Cancer Society. Burial in Reese Cem., Springfield, MI.

46481. Jean Tappan Carpenter

Number 2026-8 in the Timothy Carpenter book.
Jean is a 1942 graduate of Mt. Holyoke College, South Hadley, MA, where she
majored in zoology; active in museums, teaching and symphony work.  She was
living in Winnetka, IL in 1972

John Taylor Snyder

John is a 1940 graduate of Williams College in Williamstown, MA  He was
associated in a NY City brokerage business with his father, moved to Fort
Worth, TX, and became associated with an oil company, he then worked in Tulsa,
OK before moving to Chicago, IL where he was treasurer of Standard Oil of

46482. Margaret Harvey Carpenter

Number 2027-8 in the Timothy Carpenter book.

46483. Raymond Orrin Carpenter Jr.

Number 2028-8 in the Timothy Carpenter book.

46485. Kenneth Gerald Carpenter

Number 2503-9 in the Timothy Carpenter book.
Kenneth resided at Port Leyden.  A World War Two veteran, he served in the U.S.
Army from 1942 to 1945, during which time he was, for one year, a prisoner of
war in Germany.
Had at least one child.

52380. James William Carpenter

Number 2510-9 in the Timothy Carpenter book.

46486. Arlene Ruth Carpenter

Number 2030-8 in the Timothy Carpenter book.

46487. Hortense Eugenia Carpenter

Number 2031-8 in the Timothy Carpenter book.

Merle Manning Eakins

Died as the result of a car accident.
Merle was Lee, NY's fire commissioner, a past master of Hathaway Lodge,
A.F. & A.M., and at the time of his death, safety engineer of the Revere Copper
7 Brass Co., Rome, NY.

52383. Judith Marcia Eakins

Judith did not have any children.  Divorced abt 1969.

James Millinger Kiehl

NAME: aka "Jim".  Jim was a Syracuse University professor in 1969

46488. Geraldine Mildred Carpenter

Number 2032-8 in the Timothy Carpenter book.
Marriage was registered at Westmoreland, NY.