Jesse, John, Louis, & Joe (Giuseppe) Betoche
Betoche Family photo:
(back row) Frank Borgon, Amalia Betoche (Joe's wife), Kate Betoche, Joe Betoche, Louis Betoche, and his wife Delores Harkey
(front row) Jesse Betoche, John Betoche, Louis & Delores' children Trudy and Picky (Tootsie & Peggy?)
Betoche Family (very old photo)
Betoche Family (old photo):
Louis, Joe, Amalia, Kate, Joe's father, Amelia, Jesse, John
Joe visited America in 1905 when he was 25, where he said he was going to see his brother-in-law in Birmingham (uninterpretable name), which could be in Illinois (close to Ladd, Mark, & other cities where our relatives settled). He returned in 1909 where he said he had visited his sister-in-law in 1905 named Raffaele Carboni. He lived and worked in Ladd, IL and he paid to have his whole family come to America in 1911.
He moved to Hillsboro eventually and lived at 1043 Ecoles (School St.), first house on left. Burried at cemetery in Hillsboro (Catholic cemetery at west end of Tremont St.)
Black hair, blue eyes. 5'6''.
The ships Guiseppe took to America: 1905 named Le Bretagne, & 1909 named La Provence.
41B 77 68-20 3B Betoche Amalia Wife-H F W 50 Italy
41B 76 68-20 3B Betoche Joe Head M W 50 Italy
41B 78 68-20 3B Betoche Kathryn Daughter F W 17 Illinois
Joe is mentioned in this article:
Montgomery County Daily News
May 27, 1947
Harry Shelton Dies
Harry P. Shelton, who was born in Hillsboro, a son of the late Robert W. Shelton, died Sunday afternoon, May 23, at 3:15 o'clock at the home of a daughter, Mrs. Hope Maender, 6439A Clayton Road, St. Louis. He had been a partial invalid for four years, since he suffered a stroke on March 15, 1943. The day before his death he had another stroke which proved fatal, one day later. At his death Mr. Shelton was 59 years, 2 months and 18 days old.
The descendent was born in Hillsboro on March 7, 1888, and he was reared and educated here. The Shelton homestead was at the top of School Street hill, the house owned and occupied now by Mr. and Mrs. Joe Betoche. Mr. Shelton left Hillsboro as a young man and has not lived here since then.
Mrs. Ruth Shelton, the wife of the decedent, preceded him in death. His is survived by three daughters, Hope, the wife of Ray Maender; Melba, the wife of J. Svehla, and Thelma, the wife of E. Schmidt. He leaves also five grandchildren; one sister, Fannie, the wife of A. Dudley of Kansas City, Mo., and a brother, Fred Shelton, of Littlhe Rock, Ark.
The funeral was held Wednesday, May 28, at 2:30 o'clock, at Baumann Brothers' funeral home in Overland, Mo., with Clifton Heights, Mo., A. F. and A. M. lodge in charge. Burial was made in Mt. Lebanon Cemetery, Overland, beside the grave of the wife of the decedent.
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