Gordon Rice1

M, #7241, b. before 1900
Father*Isaac Henry Rice1 b. 8 Nov 1858, d. 6 Jun 1917
Mother*Irene Surtees1 b. 27 Nov 1865, d. 27 Dec 1954
Last Edited3 Apr 2008
     Gordon Rice was born before 1900. He was the son of Isaac Henry Rice and Irene Surtees.1

Citations

  1. [S437] Walter Rice Funeral Bulletin, unknown repository (unknown repository address).

Ray Asia? Rice1,2

M, #7242, b. 27 May 1899
Father*Isaac Henry Rice1 b. 8 Nov 1858, d. 6 Jun 1917
Mother*Irene Surtees1 b. 27 Nov 1865, d. 27 Dec 1954
Last Edited2 Apr 2008
     Ray Asia? Rice was born on 27 May 1899 at Russell County, Ontario, CanadaG.2 He was the son of Isaac Henry Rice and Irene Surtees.1

Citations

  1. [S437] Walter Rice Funeral Bulletin, unknown repository (unknown repository address).
  2. [S1443] Ontario, Canada Births, 1869-1913, online Ontario, Canada Births, Name: Ray Asia Rice. Hereinafter cited as ON Births 1869-1913.

Marion Emma Rice1,2

F, #7244, b. 26 March 1905
Father*Isaac Henry Rice2,1 b. 8 Nov 1858, d. 6 Jun 1917
Mother*Irene Surtees1,2 b. 27 Nov 1865, d. 27 Dec 1954
Last Edited29 Apr 2011
     Marion Emma Rice was born on 26 March 1905 at Ottawa, Carleton County, Ontario, CanadaG, Ontario Birth Registration 002339.2 She was the daughter of Isaac Henry Rice and Irene Surtees.2,1

Citations

  1. [S437] Walter Rice Funeral Bulletin, unknown repository (unknown repository address).
  2. [S1443] Ontario, Canada Births, 1869-1913, online Ontario, Canada Births, Name: ??On Emma Rice [page is missing a corner, so her first name is incomplete]. Hereinafter cited as ON Births 1869-1913.

Hazel Cynthia Rice1,2

F, #7246, b. circa 1895
Father*Isaac Henry Rice1,2 b. 8 Nov 1858, d. 6 Jun 1917
Mother*Irene Surtees1,2 b. 27 Nov 1865, d. 27 Dec 1954
Last Edited19 May 2017
     Hazel Cynthia Rice was born circa 1895 at North Nation Mills, Québec, CanadaG.2 She was the daughter of Isaac Henry Rice and Irene Surtees.1,2 Hazel married Roy Leonard Wood on 29 May 1919 at Carleton County, Ontario, CanadaG.1,2

Family

Roy Leonard Wood b. c 1891

Citations

  1. [S437] Walter Rice Funeral Bulletin, unknown repository (unknown repository address).
  2. [S1444] Ontario, Canada Marriages, 1801-1928, online Ontario, Canada Marriages, Hazel Cynthia Rice & Roy Leonard Woods. Hereinafter cited as Ontario Marriages, 1801-1928.

Lance Corporal Arthur George Rice1,2,3

M, #7248, b. 8 August 1891, d. 8 August 1918
Father*Isaac Henry Rice2,4 b. 8 Nov 1858, d. 6 Jun 1917
Mother*Irene Surtees2,4,3 b. 27 Nov 1865, d. 27 Dec 1954
Last Edited12 Oct 2016
     Lance Corporal Arthur George Rice was born on 8 August 1891 at Rockland, Clarence Twp., Russell County, Ontario, CanadaG, Ontario Birth Registration 033100.2,4,3 He was the son of Isaac Henry Rice and Irene Surtees.2,4,3 Arthur died on 8 August 1918 at near Hangard Wood, France, at age 27.4,3,5,6,7
     He ended military service on 8 August 1918 at FranceG Lance Corporal, Canadian Infantry (Quebec Regiment) 13th Battalion, Service No: 145687

"Previously reported Missing, believed Wounded, now Killed in Action"

He was attached to the 4th Tank Battalion, 4th Tank Brigade as observer durng the attack South West of HANGARD WOOD. Shortly after the commencement of the attack the tank in which he was riding was seen to be in flames, and later his body, badly burned, was found and buried.4,8,9
     The following biographical information appeared at his memorial page on the web site of For King and Empire, circa 6 February 2012 :
Lance Corporal Arthur George Rice
Arthur George Rice was born on August 8, 1891, in Rockland, Ontario. Before the Great War he worked as a salesman, his only exposure to military life being six months in the Collegiate Cadet Corps, and one month of service in the Home Guard. When he enlisted with the Canadian Expeditionary Force, at Ottawa, Ontario on November 25, 1915, he was an unmarried, healthy, handsome, twenty-four-year-old.

At the recruiting depot, Arthur swore the oath of allegiance to King George V. His younger brother Gordon witnessed his swearing in, and signed the attestation papers. They informed Arthur that his pay was $1.00 per day, and an additional ten cents, when he joined his unit in the field. Arthur requested that fifteen dollars be deducted from his pay each month and sent to his mother Irena. The Army completed the enrolment contract by assigning him Regimental Number: G145687, and immediately posting him to the 77th Overseas Battalion (Governor General's Footguards), where he underwent basic army training for the next seven months.

When his basic training in Canada was completed, Arthur embarked at Halifax, Nova Scotia aboard SS Missinabie, on June 19, 1916 and disembarked at Liverpool, England, on June 29. On July 3, they transferred him to the 73rd Battalion, Royal Highlanders of Canada (RHC), 12th Brigade, in the 4th Canadian Division at Bramshot Camp. While there, on July 8, his sergeant made sure that he executed a will. In it he bequeathed his estate to his mother. One month later, on August 12, he crossed the Channel to France, where he disembarked the next day at Le Havre. Before going into action for the first time, Arthur underwent a further eight months of advanced infantry training with his new battalion. Just before the battle, in April 1917, he was sent on a Visual Signaller Course in the field.

Arthur's first action was the battle for Vimy Ridge. He fought here for seven days, with the 73rd battalion, 12th Brigade, from April 9 to April 17, 1917. The 73rd battalion was one of the battalions ordered to assault Hill 145. Although not without its difficulties, the attack was a successful one and inflicted severe losses on the enemy -- capturing more than four thousand prisoners. On April 19, when the battle for Vimy was over Arthur's decimated Battalion was disbanded. He was then transferred in the field to the 13th Battalion (RHC), 3rd Brigade, in the 1st Canadian Division. He had survived.

Barely six weeks after the battle for Vimy they informed Arthur that his father, Isaac Henry, had died. Two and one-half months later he was in action again, this time at Hill 70 and in the town of Lens. This battle lasted a gruelling six days, from August 15 to August 21, 1917. After the battle, Arthur and his exhausted comrades were taken out of the line and sent on a long overdue leave. He remained in Paris from August 22 to September 3. On returning to duty he underwent more hard field training with his battalion to prepare for its next action. The army recognized Arthur's combat skills and leadership potential. He was appointed Lance-Corporal and sent on an advanced 30-day sniper's course from February 24 to March 27.

Arthur's third and final major battle of the war occurred one year later, at Amiens, on August 8, 1918. He would never know that this action marked the beginning of the war's last one hundred days. Neither would he know that Amiens was to be one of the greatest battles ever fought in the history of the Canadian Army. Arthur's 3rd Brigade was ordered to take the Hangard Strip, and then advance to Aubercoury Village, after crossing the River Luce. At dusk the companies of the 13th Battalion moved into their jumping off trenches in Hangard Wood West. They reported themselves ready by 1:45 a.m. on August 8.

The Battalion was short of bombs and rifle grenades and had no ground flares, illuminating flares or S.O.S. rockets. These deficiencies were regrettable, but nothing could be done about them, as no supplies were available. At 2:00 a.m. Arthur's Battalion Headquarters moved up into the front line to a quarry in Hangard Wood West and reported to Brigade that all was in order. Throughout the night the German artillery was active.

At 4:20 a.m. the barrage opened and immediately the men of the Canadian Corps, with the Australians on their left, started forward, while the French to the right began the shelling that preceded their attack. In the first few minutes of the attack the visibility was bad. This greatly hampered the work of the tanks who were cooperating with the 13th, as the crews inside could not see where the infantry were having trouble. Very tragically, a supporting gun firing short caused the first losses among the Royal Highlanders. To keep the secret of the attack, they had not permitted many of the batteries to register on their targets before 'zero hour'. Thirty casualties occurred from this friendly fire.

In clearing Hangard Wood the 13th ran up against several machine gun nests, which caused serious trouble. Three officers were killed while attacking these, while four others were wounded. One of them, Lieutenant Brady set a fine example of courage and endurance, suffering three distinct wounds before he would admit himself hors-de-combat. Many of the soldiers gave superb demonstrations of bravery and skill during the fighting in the Wood. The shortage of bombs was sharply felt in attacking the machine gun nests, the men being compelled to outflank these instead of using the quick and effective method of smashing them up with bombs and rifle grenades.

Having surmounted the obstacles presented by the machine gun nests in Hangard Wood, the attack of the 13th swept victoriously forward, capturing prisoners, killing those who resisted and taking several batteries of enemy guns. When the battle ended the Canadian casualties totalled 3,868 -- 1,036 killed, 2,803 wounded. They took twenty-nine men prisoners. The Canadian Corps was credited with capturing 5,033 prisoners and 161 guns.

It is not known at which point in the battle Arthur was killed. It could have been from the friendly fire at the beginning of his assault, or in storming the machine gun nests, or even from enemy artillery fire. Two weeks after the battle, on August 22, 1918, Arthur's mother answered her doorbell and signed for a telegram from the Army. It informed her that he was missing and believed wounded in action on August 8. On September 1, 1918, twenty-four days after receiving the first telegram, they dashed her hopes for his survival. She was officially told that he had been killed-in-action during the battle of Amiens, at Hangard Wood, on August 8, 1918. Although his remains were never found, and he lies somewhere in an unmarked grave in an unknown place, the bodies of sixty-one Canadians, as well as other allied army's soldiers, are interred in the Hangard Wood British Cemetery which is 2.5 miles north of the village of Villers - Brettoneux, Hangard (Somme), France. Conceivably, Lance-Corporal Arthur George Rice is one of the soldiers known only unto God who rest here.

Arthur's name is inscribed high on the ramparts of The Canadian National Vimy Memorial on Vimy Ridge, France. The monument's inscription commemorating him reads: "RICE, Lce. Cpl. Arthur George, 145687. 13th Bn. (Quebec Regt.) Killed in action at Hangard Wood 8th Aug., 1918. Age 27. Son of Irena Rice, of 62, Second Avenue, Ottawa, and the late Isaac Henry Rice."

For his service Arthur was posthumously awarded the 1914-1918 War Medal and the Victory Medal. By chance, the day Arthur George was killed in action was also his twenty-seventh birthday, and he had then completed thirty-three months as an infantry soldier in the Canadian Expeditionary Force. A full twenty-four months of his service was spent at the front, and in almost unending combat with one of Canadaís most courageous and decorated Highland battalions. He was the quintessential Canadian Highland Infantryman.

This account was provided by Arthur Rice's nephew, Col. Gary H. Rice (Ret.)6

Citations

  1. [S437] Walter Rice Funeral Bulletin, unknown repository (unknown repository address).
  2. [S1443] Ontario, Canada Births, 1869-1913, online Ontario, Canada Births, Name: Arthur George Rice. Hereinafter cited as ON Births 1869-1913.
  3. [S309] Enlistment papers & Service Files, Soldiers of the First World War, WWI Attestation Papers search (Ottawa, ON: Library and Archives Canada), Attestation Form - Arthur George Rice - front
    Attestation Form - Arthur George Rice - back
    Military File - Arthur George Rice]. Hereinafter cited as WWI Service Files.
  4. [S117] Commonwealth War Graves Commission, online http://www.cwgc.org/, Name: RICE, ARTHUR GEORGE. Hereinafter cited as CWGC.
  5. [S437] Walter Rice Funeral Bulletin, unknown repository, predeceased Walter Rice.
  6. [S5102] For King and Empire, online http://www.kingandempire.com/rice1.html, For King and Empire web site
    http://www.kingandempire.com/rice1.html
    Lance Corporal Arthur George Rice.
  7. [S5603] Database search, Canada War Grave Registers (Circumstances of Casualty), 1914-1948 (Ottawa, ON: Library and Archives Canada), Arthur George Rice. Hereinafter cited as Circumstances of Casualty.
  8. [S309] Enlistment papers & Service Files, WWI Service Files, WWI Attestation Papers search., Attestation Form - Arthur George Rice - front
    Attestation Form - Arthur George Rice - back
    Military File - Arthur George Rice 18 mb]
  9. [S5603] Database search, Circumstances of Casualty.

Karl Rice1

M, #7249, d. before September 1973
Father*Isaac Henry Rice1 b. 8 Nov 1858, d. 6 Jun 1917
Mother*Irene Surtees1 b. 27 Nov 1865, d. 27 Dec 1954
Last Edited1 Sep 2015
     Karl Rice was the son of Isaac Henry Rice and Irene Surtees.1 Karl died before September 1973 predeceased his brother Walter.1

Citations

  1. [S437] Walter Rice Funeral Bulletin, unknown repository (unknown repository address).

Roy Leonard Wood1,2

M, #7252, b. circa 1891
Last Edited19 May 2017
     Roy Leonard Wood was born circa 1891 at Wyville, Vespra Twp., Simcoe County, Ontario, CanadaG.2 Roy married Hazel Cynthia Rice, daughter of Isaac Henry Rice and Irene Surtees, on 29 May 1919 at Carleton County, Ontario, CanadaG.1,2

Family

Hazel Cynthia Rice b. c 1895

Citations

  1. [S437] Walter Rice Funeral Bulletin, unknown repository (unknown repository address).
  2. [S1444] Ontario, Canada Marriages, 1801-1928, online Ontario, Canada Marriages, Hazel Cynthia Rice & Roy Leonard Woods. Hereinafter cited as Ontario Marriages, 1801-1928.

Betsy Patchett1,2

F, #7254, b. circa 3 October 1813
Father*John Patchett2 b. c 21 Jun 1778, d. b 18 Jul 1830
Mother*Mary Lloyd2 b. bt 1787 - 1788, d. b 13 Jun 1866
Relationship1st cousin 4 times removed of Richard Graeme Moffat
Last Edited12 Aug 2008
     Betsy Patchett was born circa 3 October 1813 at Lincolnshire, EnglandG.2 She was the daughter of John Patchett and Mary Lloyd.2
     Betsy Patchett was Baptised/Christened on 3 October 1813 at Ludborough, Lincolnshire, EnglandG.2

Citations

  1. [S125] David Bolling, "David Bolling -- Film 0508009 -- Ludborough, Lincolnshire, 1813-1850," e-mail message from (email address withheld for privacy) (Maryland) to Rick Moffat, Jan. 26, 1999, 3 Oct 1813 Betsy, John & Mary Patchett, Farmer, R. Powley, Curate of N. Thorseby; Baptisms. Hereinafter cited as "Ludborough - Film 0508009."
  2. [S1424] Extracted Vital Records, International Genealogical Index (IGI) (Salt Lake City, Utah, USA: International Genealogical Index), Batch #: C026272.

Samuel Patchett1,2,3,4

M, #7255, b. circa 12 November 1815
Father*John Patchett2 b. c 21 Jun 1778, d. b 18 Jul 1830
Mother*Mary Lloyd2,3 b. bt 1787 - 1788, d. b 13 Jun 1866
Relationship1st cousin 4 times removed of Richard Graeme Moffat
Last Edited20 Nov 2016
     Samuel Patchett was born circa 12 November 1815 at Ludborough, Lincolnshire, EnglandG.2,3,4 He was the son of John Patchett and Mary Lloyd.2,3
     Samuel Patchett was Baptised/Christened on 12 November 1815 at Ludborough, Lincolnshire, EnglandG.2

Samuel Patchett appeared on the 1841 British Census of Ludborough, at Lincolnshire, England, enumerated 6 June 1841, enumerated as a male servant in the household of John Brown.5 Samuel appeared on the 1851 British Census of England, at Lincolnshire, in the household of Mary Lloyd.3
     November 2016 Research notes:
This may be the Thomas Patchett listed in the 1861 census (Ludborough - G9/2387, Folio 67, p. 14, #70, CD page 136) but his brother Samuel is listed as several years too young.6

Citations

  1. [S125] David Bolling, "David Bolling -- Film 0508009 -- Ludborough, Lincolnshire, 1813-1850," e-mail message from (email address withheld for privacy) (Maryland) to Rick Moffat, Jan. 26, 1999, 12 Nov 1815 Samuel , John & Mary Patchett, Farmer, R Powley, Curate of N. Thoresby. Hereinafter cited as "Ludborough - Film 0508009."
  2. [S1424] Extracted Vital Records, International Genealogical Index (IGI) (Salt Lake City, Utah, USA: International Genealogical Index), Batch #: C026272.
  3. [S1931] Mary Patchett household, March 30, 1851 U.K. Census, Provo, Utah, USA, North Thoresby, Lincolnshire; Class: RG9; Piece: 2112; Folio: 553; Page: 14, Ancestry.com GSU roll: 87741., Household Members: Name Age
    Mary Patchett 63
    Samuel Patchett 34.
  4. [S1934] Samuel Patchett household, June 6, 1841 U.K. Census, Provo, Utah, USA, Ludborough, Lincolnshire; Enumeration District: 11; Folio: 9; Page: 11; Line: 16, Ancestry.com GSU roll: 438766., Household Members: Name Age
    Ann Brown 25
    John Brown 40
    Thomas Brown 1
    Solomon Braut 15
    Euphemia Humberstone 15
    Mary Lingard 20
    Samuel Patchett 25
    Tomlison Rowton 15.
  5. [S1934] June 6, 1841 U.K. Census, Provo, Utah, USA, Ludborough, Lincolnshire; Enumeration District: 11; Folio: 9; Page: 11; Line: 16.
  6. [S2] Personal knowledge of Rick Moffat (Mesa, AZ 85207).

Daniel Patchett1,2

M, #7256, b. before 18 January 1818
Father*John Patchett2 b. c 21 Jun 1778, d. b 18 Jul 1830
Mother*Mary Lloyd2 b. bt 1787 - 1788, d. b 13 Jun 1866
Relationship1st cousin 4 times removed of Richard Graeme Moffat
Last Edited7 Aug 2008
     Daniel Patchett was born before 18 January 1818 at Lincolnshire, EnglandG.2 He was the son of John Patchett and Mary Lloyd.2
     Daniel Patchett was Baptised/Christened on 18 January 1818 at Ludborough, Lincolnshire, EnglandG.2

Citations

  1. [S194] David Bolling, "David Bolling -- Film 0508060 -- N. Thoresby, Lincolnshire -- 1813 -- 1840 -- Bishop's Transcripts," e-mail message from (email address withheld for privacy) (Maryland) to Rick Moffat, 18 Jan 1818 Daniel, John & Mary Patchett, Farmer, Thomas A Dale Curate. Hereinafter cited as "David Bolling -- Film 0508060."
  2. [S1424] Extracted Vital Records, International Genealogical Index (IGI) (Salt Lake City, Utah, USA: International Genealogical Index), Batch #: C026272.

Catherine Lloyd Patchett1,2

F, #7257, b. circa 20 February 1820, d. before 29 April 1827
Father*John Patchett1,2,3 b. c 21 Jun 1778, d. b 18 Jul 1830
Mother*Mary Lloyd1,2,3 b. bt 1787 - 1788, d. b 13 Jun 1866
Relationship1st cousin 4 times removed of Richard Graeme Moffat
Last Edited9 May 2017
     Catherine Lloyd Patchett was born circa 20 February 1820 at Lincolnshire, EnglandG.4,2 She was the daughter of John Patchett and Mary Lloyd.1,2,3 Catherine died before 29 April 1827 at Lincolnshire, EnglandG.3 She was buried on 29 April 1827 at St. Mary Parish, Ludborough, Lincolnshire, EnglandG.3

     She was Baptised/Christened on 20 February 1820 at Ludborough, Lincolnshire, EnglandG.4,2

Citations

  1. [S125] David Bolling, "David Bolling -- Film 0508009 -- Ludborough, Lincolnshire, 1813-1850," e-mail message from (email address withheld for privacy) (Maryland) to Rick Moffat, Jan. 26, 1999, 20 Feb 1820 Catherine Lloyd, John & Mary Patchett, Farmer, Godfrey Egremont Curate. Hereinafter cited as "Ludborough - Film 0508009."
  2. [S1424] Extracted Vital Records, International Genealogical Index (IGI) (Salt Lake City, Utah, USA: International Genealogical Index), Batch #: C026272.
  3. [S407] Federation of Family History Societies, National Burial Index of England & Wales., CD-ROM (England: Federation of Family History Societies, 2001), Database of burial entries, 29 Apr 1827; Catherine PATCHETT; 7; Lincs; Ludborough, St Mary. Hereinafter cited as NBI CD.
  4. [S125] David Bolling, "Ludborough - Film 0508009," e-mail to Rick Moffat, Jan. 26, 1999.

Thomas Lloyd Patchett1,2

M, #7258, b. before 25 March 1821
Father*John Patchett2 b. c 21 Jun 1778, d. b 18 Jul 1830
Mother*Mary Lloyd2 b. bt 1787 - 1788, d. b 13 Jun 1866
Relationship1st cousin 4 times removed of Richard Graeme Moffat
Last Edited7 Aug 2008
     Thomas Lloyd Patchett was born before 25 March 1821 at Lincolnshire, EnglandG.2 He was the son of John Patchett and Mary Lloyd.2
     Other information:
Research Required: This may be the Thomas Patchett listed in the 1861 census (Ludborough - G9/2387, Folio 67, p. 14, #70, CD page 136) but his brother Samuel is listed as several years too young.3
Thomas Lloyd Patchett was Baptised/Christened on 25 March 1821 at Ludborough, Lincolnshire, EnglandG.2

Citations

  1. [S125] David Bolling, "David Bolling -- Film 0508009 -- Ludborough, Lincolnshire, 1813-1850," e-mail message from (email address withheld for privacy) (Maryland) to Rick Moffat, Jan. 26, 1999, 25 Mar 1821 Thomas Lloyd, John & Mary Patchett, Farmer, Godfrey Egremont, Curate. Hereinafter cited as "Ludborough - Film 0508009."
  2. [S1424] Extracted Vital Records, International Genealogical Index (IGI) (Salt Lake City, Utah, USA: International Genealogical Index), Batch #: C026272.
  3. [S2] Personal knowledge of Rick Moffat (Mesa, AZ 85207).

Benjamin Lloyd Patchett1,2

M, #7259, b. before 6 April 1823
Father*John Patchett2 b. c 21 Jun 1778, d. b 18 Jul 1830
Mother*Mary Lloyd2 b. bt 1787 - 1788, d. b 13 Jun 1866
Relationship1st cousin 4 times removed of Richard Graeme Moffat
Last Edited7 Aug 2008
     Benjamin Lloyd Patchett was born before 6 April 1823 at Lincolnshire, EnglandG.2 He was the son of John Patchett and Mary Lloyd.2
     Benjamin Lloyd Patchett was Baptised/Christened on 6 April 1823 at Ludborough, Lincolnshire, EnglandG.2

Citations

  1. [S125] David Bolling, "David Bolling -- Film 0508009 -- Ludborough, Lincolnshire, 1813-1850," e-mail message from (email address withheld for privacy) (Maryland) to Rick Moffat, Jan. 26, 1999, 6 Apr 1823 Benjamin Lloyd, John & Mary Patchett, Farmer, Godfrey Egremont, Curate. Hereinafter cited as "Ludborough - Film 0508009."
  2. [S1424] Extracted Vital Records, International Genealogical Index (IGI) (Salt Lake City, Utah, USA: International Genealogical Index), Batch #: C026272.

George Patchett1,2

M, #7260, b. circa 19 August 1807
Father*John Patchett1,2 b. c 21 Jun 1778, d. b 18 Jul 1830
Mother*Mary Lloyd1,2 b. bt 1787 - 1788, d. b 13 Jun 1866
Relationship1st cousin 4 times removed of Richard Graeme Moffat
Last Edited12 Aug 2008
     George Patchett was born circa 19 August 1807 at Lincolnshire, EnglandG.1,2 He was the son of John Patchett and Mary Lloyd.1,2
     George Patchett was Baptised/Christened on 19 August 1807 at Ludborough, Lincolnshire, EnglandG.1,2

Citations

  1. [S125] David Bolling, "David Bolling -- Film 0508009 -- Ludborough, Lincolnshire, 1813-1850," e-mail message from (email address withheld for privacy) (Maryland) to Rick Moffat, Jan. 26, 1999, 19 Aug 1807 George, John & Mary Patchett. Hereinafter cited as "Ludborough - Film 0508009."
  2. [S1424] Extracted Vital Records, International Genealogical Index (IGI) (Salt Lake City, Utah, USA: International Genealogical Index), Batch #: C026271.