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Andrea Adria - descendants and related persons
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status November 9th 2008
Uwe Thomsen

 

Andrea Adria (1865-1947), illegitimate daughter of my great grandmother with an Austrian occupation-soldier, Andreas Adria, left 1885 and lived 1887 in Genoa Township, Douglas County, Nevada, married to Edward Michael Sullivan (1862-1931).

In 1900 the family lived in Alpine County, California at Township 3 (surrounding the post office at Woodfords, just behind the border from Nevada) where he was registered as “Labourer” (topic not mentioned).

By 1910 they were back in Nevada, Andrea (called Ada) with the children in a rented dwelling at Carson City, Ormsby County,  and Edward in White Pine County, Osceola Precinct (northern part) working as foreman at a ranch with its own sawmill and so, probably, engaged in wood-logging that may have been a reasonable trade in Alpine County, too.

In 1920 the family were united in Carson City, he registered as owner of the house and employee within “general labour”, she working as “dressmaker at home”, and 1930 – still in Carson City as owner of the house – he was working on his own “moving houses” which was categorized as “odd jobs”, while she wasn’t registered with any employment, but their widowed daughter Mary (see below) lived at home with 2 sons.

His death hasn’t been found, so far, but Andrea died 1947, living by their daughter Edna, in Sonoma County, California.

They had three children, Mary Honora Sullivan (1887-1982), Nina A. Sullivan (1888-1931) and Edna Sullivan (1890-1954), for whom details will follow below.

 

Mary Honora Sullivan (1887-1982), daughter of Andrea Adria (see above), was born at Genoa, Douglas County, Nevada and lived with the family at Carson City by the 1910 Census. Newyears eve 1918 she married a German-born man Leopold Ernest Muller (1882-1925) and moved to British Columbia, Canada, where he died in 1925.

Mary Muller then lived as a widow at the household of her parents in Carson City in 1930 with two Canadian-born sons, born 1920 and 1925, both living in the US.

Living descendants, acknowledged or assumed, and their life events will not be published, unless they present their biographical information by themselves with permission to make such content public. 

Mary Honora Muller, mostly called Honora Muller, participated frequently in social life at Carson city. She died at Reno, probably by the oldest son, who is still living there.

 

Nina A. Sullivan (1888-1931), daughter of Andrea Adria (see above), was born at Genoa, Douglas County, Nevada and lived with the family at Carson City by the 1920 Census, working in an office (actually the Govenors office) as a stenographer.

1921 she married Arthur Thomas Green (1891-1954), who was born at Battle Mountain, Lander County. They settled at Lovelock, Pershing County, where she became at teacher at public school, as she also was registered (both at home in Carson and lodging at Stella Precinct, Elko County)  in 1910. 

She died (2 weeks afther her father) at Lovelock, but was buried at Carson City.

They had no children.

 

Edna Sullivan (1890-1954), daughter of Andrea Adria (see above), was born at Genoa, Douglas County, Nevada and lived with the family at Carson City by the 1910 Census. 

Just before Christmas 1910 she married (in Elko County, Nevada) Isaac Fernando Wiseman (1884-1950) from Clover Valley, Elko County. (An extensive family tree of the Wiseman-family is accessible at "rootsweb", though hardly helpful without accurate verification).

At first they stayed in Nevada, but before 1918 they settled at Jenner, later Santa Rosa, in Sonoma County, California. Her mother died 1947 living by the family. 

They had these 3 children: Adria Mary Wiseman (1915-2000), Edward F. Wiseman (1918-2003) and a girl,  (born 1922)

Details will - if available - be added below, but living descendants, acknowledged or assumed, and their life events will not be published, unless they present their biographical information by themselves with permission to make such content public.