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Ann Quetel (View posts)
Posted: 21 May 1998 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 20 Mar 2003 4:02PM GMT
Surnames: BUSBY, BREWSTER, CLENDINEN, RICHARDS, PHILIPUS, MINTO, SIEBENHOVEN, MCBEAN, DYER, BRYAN, WILLIAMS, MULETTE
Posted: 19 Dec 1998 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 12 Oct 2001 2:02AM GMT
Surnames: Busby

Do you have any info on Thomas Busby who had a daughter named Sarah Jane Busby in the 1800s in St. Croix and info about the family?

Clendinens of St. Thomas

Louise Daniel Hutchinson (View posts)
Posted: 26 May 1999 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 23 Jun 2001 3:50PM GMT
Surnames: CLENDINEN
Ann:--

Hope that you have not stopped looking for persons with the surname CLENDINEN. Just today when reviewing xeroxed pages (made in 1994) of LIGHTBOURN'S ANNUAL and COMMERCIAL DIRECTORY of the Virgin Islands of the United States (1900 & 1918), there I found the names with listed businesses of 3 persons with variations of the CLENDINEN surname.

Published in 1900 were: W. Clindinen - Hardware

J.A. Clindenin - Goldsmith

Published in 1918 was: C.E. Clendinen - Tavern Keeper

Notice different spellings of surname.

Hope that this is helpful information.

Louise Daniel Hutchinson



siebenhoven

Dawn von Siebenhoven Brown (View posts)
Posted: 10 Dec 1999 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 20 Mar 2003 4:01PM GMT
Surnames: von Siebenhoven, Hansen
My ggrandmother was born on St.Croix. her married name is von Siebenhoven. Her maiden name is Hansen and her father was Dutch. I would be willing to share any info.

Siebenhoven

Ann (View posts)
Posted: 13 Feb 2000 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Just way your post.
My uncle was Alphonse Siebenhoven, his father was Gregory, who was a Tailor, and it is said he was an illigitimate child, so he could not carry the Von.
Al's brother was Gustave and sister, Edith.
Gustave carried the Von

Clendenin

Ann (View posts)
Posted: 13 Feb 2000 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Louise,
I just got around to looking at all the posts. I have tried to mail you privately to thank you for all your input, but have been unsucessful. Thank you.
J.A. Clendenin, is James, and the father of my cousin's husband, Monroe. He was also a gold/silversmith.

Clindinen Family

Posted: 14 Feb 2000 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 29 Sep 2005 5:37PM GMT
There is an expert on St.Thomas Clindenins. He spoke at one of the recent conferences at Landmarks in St.Croix, and brought an exhibit with photos of ancestors and homes. You can find him by contacting Carol Wakefield at STX Landmarks
52 Estate Whim, Frederiksted,VI, 00840

Thanks!

Dawn (View posts)
Posted: 15 Feb 2000 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Siebenhoven
Ann, thanks for the confirmation. Gustave von Siebenhoven was my great-grandfather, he died in 1987. His wife Imogene von Siebenhoven passed away on February 4, 2000. His daughter Vera Spillers, says she thought his father's name was Gustaff. As she recalls his nefew never addressed him by any other name. She is confused by the Gregory. But he was a tailor in St. Croix and had a daughter named Edith. Do Alphonse's descendants live in Hempstead, NY? My aunt recalls someone named perhaps Peter, who was homosexual and worked in computers. And also someone named Pauline. Let me know.

Siebenhoven, Fields

Richard Bond (View posts)
Posted: 18 Feb 2000 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Siebenhoven, Fields

Pauline was one of Alphonse Siebenhoven and Louise Brewster Siebenhovens daughters married to William "Al" Fields a foreman of security guards for Grumman Aviation.

One of their sons Michael studied computers in the Air Force after having worked as a janitor. He came out of the Air Force knowledgable in programming multimillion dollar computer systems in the early sixties. When applying for a job in the private sector he was turned down for his color by several firms but turned out be the only available people skilled for a Burroughs Corp. system that one of the companies had just bought. The company changed its mind.

After proving himself in the Air Force and in the private sector he was hired by Burroughs as a salesman. After twenty years of steadily greater responsibility with various firms he became President of first Oracle Software one of Americas top ten software companies then his own company OpenVision which was merged with Veritas. He now owns a consulting firm Fields Group in Pleasanton, Cal. owns part of a venture capital firm and sits on the board of several corporations and nonprofits. Other members of the family inspired by his success have gone into the computer field since the sixties.

Re: My names

Posted: 28 Dec 2003 11:31PM GMT
Classification: Query
I have some information on McBeans.
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