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Alice Josephine Falor1

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Marriage*16 October 1924Athol Wooster Wood; Akron, Summit County, OH, USA2 
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FatherShelby Ambrose Falor2 (11 Feb 1877 - 20 Sep 1957)
MotherElizabeth "Bessie" Mae Skyles2 (15 Dec 1883 - 31 Aug 1960)

Children of Alice Josephine Falor and Athol Wooster Wood

Children 1.Andrew Kohler Wood2
 2.John William Wood2
 3.Alan Wooster Wood2
 4.Peter Wood2

Citations

  1. [S7] Harry M. Ball, "Harry Ball's research", Includes an extensive collection of research papers, newspaper articles and hundreds of family documents complied during his research in the 1970's. A scan of his book can be downloaded from http://falor.com/images/Harry-Balls-Fehler-Book.pdf
  2. [S39] Letter, Mrs William H. Falor to Harry Ball, September 8, 1975.
Last Edited17 Sep 2005

Allen Claude Falor

M, (24 October 1928 - 14 February 2002)
Birth*24 October 1928Seguin, Guadalupe County, TX, USA 
Marriage*24 October 1949Elsie Kicheritz; Seguin, Guadalupe County, TX, USA 
Death*14 February 2002Seguin, Guadalupe County, TX, USA; SSDI lists him as A C Falor.1 
(Witness) Family Photocirca 1946Hiram Claude Falor2
(Witness) History20 March 2008Like his father before him, Allen was a Mason at Guadalupe Lodge 109 A.F & A.M. According to Lodge records, he was Initiated on 9/24/1959, Passed on 9/22/1960 and Raised to a Master Mason on 2/23/1961. He received the 25 Year Service Award in 1986 and a 40 Year Service Award in 2001. Allen was a lineman for Southwestern Bell Telephone Co. since March 1949.3 
(Witness) History15 April 2008Allen (pinkie) worked for the southwestern bell telephone company for over 30 years and retired to his farm, worked cattle and had several small oil wells that he kept in production for a number of years. Like his father Hiram, pinkie was a member of Masonic lodge. Guadalupe lodge 109 AF and AM in Seguin. He was a member for more than 40 years. Pinkie was shot and killed on February 14, 2002. He was cremated and as he requested, his ashes were spread in the bottom pasture off of Smith-Falor road, Seguin, Texas. Notes by Duehl Falor2 
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FatherHiram Claude Falor (23 Apr 1892 - 11 Jun 1958)
MotherMarie Catherine Fortune (4 May 1897 - 5 Aug 1969)

Children of Allen Claude Falor and Elsie Kicheritz

Children 1.Stewart Allan Falor
 2.Russell Keith Falor
 3.Jeffrey Claude Falor+

Citations

  1. [S79] SSDI, online http://ssdi.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/ssdi.cgi
  2. [S82] Duehl T. Falor, "Duehl's research."
  3. [S81] Lodge Secretary, "Guadalupe Lodge #109 Email," e-mail to Kenneth Falor, 3/17/2008.
Last Edited23 Jul 2012

Allen P Falor1

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Pvt Allen P. Falor just after boot camp, December 1958.


Marriage*12 January 1970Marie France Marlene Tirant; Mare Anglaise, Mahe, Seychelles; at the house of Milena Anne Tirant, her mother.1 
(Witness) Family PhotoSylvanus "Va" Calno Webster 
(Witness) Family PhotoDecember 1958Olive Myra Webster; Willows, Humboldt County, CA, USA 
(Witness) Family Photocirca 1960Hattie Alice Emerson; CA, USA 
(Witness) History4 July 2007Allen's life story in his own words: "
Life and Times of Allen P
Well as all good things come to an end so did high school, unfortunately I really didn’t realize it at the time, but it should have been the best time, I sometimes wonder about that. You are tempered by those around you or rather the lack of people as you march through life and the future unfolds.

After high school I went into the U.S. Army and spent 3 years there, it wasn’t too bad and probably help developed my character. After 3 years there I came back to Willows for a few months then got a job over in Chico. I liked Chico but I didn’t know anybody there. Then a job open up with the US Forest Service in all places Willows. I had been a radio Technician in the Army so I got on board as a Technician. That was probably one of the best jobs that I had. Going up into the mountains and taking care of the radio’s, not to bad. Then I applied for a job with Philco and got sent to the Artic and spent 1 year there. Unbelievably cold like 60 below zero and total solitude. So far north that I had to look south to see the Aurora Borealis. Now what would a guy like me be so far north. Operations and Maintenance of U.S. Air Force Satellite tracking station OL5 (POGO). Spending a winter in the Artic is not to be taken likely, anyway came next summer I was on my way to the Indian Ocean Tracking station (INDY). This is located on a very small island called Mahe, Seychelles. A thousand miles east of Mombasa, Kenya and 4 degrees south of the equator. Getting there was interesting, flying from Rome to Nairobi Kenya then a short flight to Mombasa. At that time it was just after Mao Mao up raising and independences. So things were still quit colonial and working fairly well. The flight to the Seychelles was something else again. The aircraft was an old Grumman HU16 amphibian; it was slow, noisy and had a glide angle of a rock. We made a water landing in the bay at Mahe. It was like stepping back into time, a place where progress and time had bypassed. This was still a crown colony of the defunct British Empire. But as normal the Yanks were now there and things were going to hell in a handbag. There were about 100 yank civilians and 3 air force types terrorizing the locals. The locals were English, French, Indians, Chinese, and Africans and there was a definite pecking order of how things got done. So I spent 4 years out on the Islands, during that time I went around the world and also got married to a French gal.

We came back to Willows in 1971 and then I went to the Pacific to the Marshall Island Group, Kwajalein Atoll, operating an earth terminal getting the pacific missile range data back to the Main land USA. I spent 6 months there. Came back to the States for a short time then headed for South Africa in 1975.

Africa. Depending on your point of view South Africa was well organized. Got a job with Motorola and work in South Africa from the Cape to the Transvaal. Then got transferred to Botswana. Now that was real bush and frontiers country. Not too much pave roads there. Spent four years there traveling all over the place. Then another transfer to Malawi where I install some fairly large communication systems and put together systems for the Presidential palace in Lilongwe. Spent 2 years in Malawi then another transfer back to South Africa to the homeland of the Transkei. I had been seconded to the government as the one and only Radio Techs. with the police. This was like another trip back into time. The whole country was involved in a war with the ANC and now I was in the middle of it, what a bummer. This is the place where I came close to being dinner for Cannibals, that is right cannibals. The wild coast of the Transkei is like Africa 250 years ago, there is dam little difference, except now they want there own government as long as they get someone to finance it. After a three year contract there I went back to Botswana to run the Motorola Company. Spent 2 years there and decided that we had better settle down where our sons could get a proper education so landed in between Johannesburg and Pretoria in Halfway house now called Mid Rand. So working out of Mid Rand and I was still traveling lots, Namibia, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Botswana, Mozambique, Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania and Angola. Now what was all this traveling about well putting in communication systems? Then I had a few side trips to Argentina, Mexico, UAE, Jordan, Lebanon, Iraq and Turkey. In total I’ve been to about 50 countries and 27 states.

So now I’m located in Dallas Texas, I would rather be in Africa. I’m waiting for project to start up and I should be back out into another country. If I’m lucky I just might be at the 2005 class reunion. The year of 2005 was an interesting year I spent 4 weeks in Baghdad and another 4 weeks in Jamaica as different as chalk and cheese. It was dam cold in Baghdad when I got there, but I had fun going underground in the palace bunker. This was a neat place, no lights and total darkness, not for the faint hearted. Had to get out of the green zone three times to present a class on the microwave equipment that was a ride not to be forgotten thru downtown Baghdad. Jamaica was sort of a resort and vacation which wasn’t to bad except it was dam hot.

Well I didn’t make it to the reunion in 2005, but I’m now looking at 2006 reunion. Presently I’m located in Dhaka, Bangladesh a real backwater place with wall to wall people. I’m doing microwave inspection and auditing the sites, which are located in some very bad places. I have been to places that I’m sure no sober white man has ever been to in the old city of Dhaka. Spent some time out in the county side very close to the Indian border, still inspecting microwave sites. I got about 12 days to go then I should be on my way back to Texas. They like me so much that they may want me back for a big project, dam why me. It must be my winning personality."

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(Witness) Marriage1 May 2014Leslie Marie Cordova, Kenneth Falor; Richardson, Dallas County, TX, USA 
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FatherLeland Lenore Falor (26 Jan 1903 - 4 Apr 1953)
MotherOlive Myra Webster (21 Aug 1910 - 8 Dec 1994)

Children of Allen P Falor and Marie France Marlene Tirant

Children 1.Steven C. Falor+
 2.Kenneth Falor+1

Citations

  1. [S1] Personal knowledge of Kenneth Falor, 14 Mar 2005.
  2. [S27] Interview, Allen Falor, 12 June 2005.
Last Edited12 Oct 2016

Allison Renea Falor

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FatherRichard Claude Falor
MotherHelen Ruth Halverson
Last Edited16 Sep 2010

Allyson Leanne Falor1

F, (11 November 1956 - 2011)
Marriage*William Smith 
Birth*11 November 1956Eureka, Humboldt County, CA, USA1 
Death*20112 
Married NameSmith 
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FatherRalph Leland Falor (12 Sep 1935 - 23 Feb 2017)
MotherJoanne Sutton2

Children of Allyson Leanne Falor and William Smith

Children 1.Stephine "Moe" Smith1
 2.Bradley Smith1

Citations

  1. [S46] Interview, Ralph Falor, Sunday November 13, 2005.
  2. [S121] Ralph Leland Falor 1935 - 2018, March 31, 2018.
Last Edited2 Jun 2018

Allyson Nicole Falor1

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FatherJames "Jim" Wilbur Falor1
MotherCindy Beth Tabicman1

Citations

  1. [S67] Allyson Falor, "Allyson Falor's Email," e-mail to Kenneth Falor, Thu 4/20/2006 11:01 AM.
Last Edited20 Apr 2006

Alvern Wayne Falor1

M, (30 August 1918 - 3 December 2003)
Birth*30 August 1918Brule County, SD, USA1 
Marriage*5 June 1947Doris Marie Munger 
BirthNovember 2003Kimball Cemetery, Kimball, Brule County, SD, USA2 
Death*3 December 2003Kimball, Brule County, SD, USA3 
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FatherSylvester Falor1 (30 Dec 1895 - 3 Dec 1991)
MotherEthel Agnes Briggs1 (6 Jan 1898 - 10 Oct 1993)

Children of Alvern Wayne Falor and Doris Marie Munger

Children 1.William Wayne Falor+ (29 Mar 1948 - 30 Dec 2015)
 2.Jacob Sylvester Falor+
 3.Ronald Lee Falor+
 4.Wanda Mae Falor+
 5.Juanita Rae Falor+
 6.Timothy Russell Falor (14 Jul 1962 - 18 Oct 2016)

Citations

  1. [S7] Harry M. Ball, "Harry Ball's research", Includes an extensive collection of research papers, newspaper articles and hundreds of family documents complied during his research in the 1970's. A scan of his book can be downloaded from http://falor.com/images/Harry-Balls-Fehler-Book.pdf
  2. [S119] Unknown name of person online, unknown repository, unknown repository address.
  3. [S79] SSDI, online http://ssdi.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/ssdi.cgi
Last Edited22 Dec 2017

Amelia J. Falor1

F, (circa 1849 - )
Birth*circa 18491 
Marriage*29 June 1876 or 30 March 1876George W. McCoy; Summit County, OH, USA1 
Census*1850Pike Township, Fulton County, OH, USA; as "Faler". Reel NO: M432-681 Page NO: 297B2 
Married Name29 June 1876 or 30 March 1876McCoy1 
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FatherJohn Falor1 (1822 - 1 Aug 1907)
Foster MotherCaroline Wood1 (c 1829 - 1904)

Children of Amelia J. Falor and George W. McCoy

Children 1.Elsie McCoy
 2.George McCoy
 3.Ernest McCoy
 4.Mystle McCoy

Citations

  1. [S7] Harry M. Ball, "Harry Ball's research", Includes an extensive collection of research papers, newspaper articles and hundreds of family documents complied during his research in the 1970's. A scan of his book can be downloaded from http://falor.com/images/Harry-Balls-Fehler-Book.pdf
  2. [S26] 1850 US Census Records, US Census Records.
Last Edited18 Aug 2010

Amos Falor1

M, (18 July 1822 - 2 December 1843)
Birth*18 July 18221 
Burial*December 1843Salsbury Cemetery, Delta, Fulton County, OH, USA; headstone says "Amos son of A and P Falor, d 2 Dec 1843 age 21y 4m 20d"1 
Death*2 December 18431 
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FatherAbraham Falor1 (1792 - 20 May 1867)
MotherMary "Polly" Osborn1 (1799 - 18 Aug 1862)

Citations

  1. [S7] Harry M. Ball, "Harry Ball's research", Includes an extensive collection of research papers, newspaper articles and hundreds of family documents complied during his research in the 1970's. A scan of his book can be downloaded from http://falor.com/images/Harry-Balls-Fehler-Book.pdf
Last Edited15 May 2016
 

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