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Personal Information and photo links below :
- César, born 25 February 1889 (1890?); emigrated to
Montana (USA) about 1915,
married Mary Strobbe in Montana about 1916, with 2 children, Medard
(Maynard) and Margaret. Died of a brain aneurism in McHenry, Illinois, on 2 March 1965.
- Mary Strobbe, born about 31 July 1898 in Belgium; emigrated to
Montana (USA) about 1915, married César DeVos in Montana about 1916, with 2
children, Medard (Maynard) and Margaret. Died 25 January 1986 in Antioch, Illinois.
Descendants of Mary Strobbe's siblings maintain a website at:
- Medard (Maynard "Bud") Louis De Vos, original first name was
"Medard" honored César's brother Medard (=Joe) DeVos; born 19 Oct 1917 in
Detroit, Michigan. Married Patricia M. Herlihy in 1944-5 in Chicago, having two children,
John and James Michael. Maynard died of a stroke on 18 July 1999 in McHenry (Antioch), Illinois.
Both John and James are married with children. Jim married Susan Detrich in 1969, with
- Michael Patrick (born 1970)
- Nicole Patricia (born 1977)
- Matthew Benton (born 1978); Matthew has son Austin Tyler (born 2000)
- Ryan James (born 1981)
- Jonathan Charles (born 1983)
- Patricia M. Herlihy, born 30 January 1909 in San Francisco,
married Maynard Louis DeVos in Chicago in 1944-45. Patricia died 25 December 1976.
- Margaret (Marge) Josephine DeVos, born 18 Sept 1919 in Pompey's Pillar, Montana. Married
Edward Norman Martin in Chicago on 26 Jul 1941, having three children, Robert Charles,
Edward Alan, and Thomas Gary. All three sons are now married with children.
- Edward Norman Martin, born 23 Dec 1916 in Chicago, married Margaret DeVos in Chicago on
26 Jul 1941, having three children, Robert Charles, Edward Alan, and Thomas Gary.
All three sons are now married with children. Ed died in 2006 after a number of medical problems.
His wife Marge will live in Texas, to be near one of her sons.
The above data largely contributed by Marge Martin in a personal interview in March 2003