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551
Capt WM F Rice.
Capt WM F Rice.
Historical Brighton, Volume Two, An Illustrated History Of Brighton And It's Citizens by J.P.C. Winship. George A. Warren publisher, Boston, 1902. Page 69. 
 
552
Captain Francis A. Wheelock.
Captain Francis A. Wheelock.
The Pantagraph (Bloomington, Illinois) Saturday, February, 13, 1904 page 6. 
 
553
Captain Francis Brigham
Captain Francis Brigham
Captain Francis Brigham 
 
554
Captain Paul Brigham
Captain Paul Brigham
The History of the Brigham Family, A Record of Several Thousand Descendants of Thomas Brigham the Emigrant, 1603-1653. By W.I. Tyler Brigham. Published by the Grafton Press, New York, 1907 
 
555
Captain Tilly Brigham House.
Captain Tilly Brigham House.
The History of the Brigham Family, A Record of Several Thousand Descendants of Thomas Brigham the Emigrant, 1603-1653. By W.I. Tyler Brigham. Published by the Grafton Press, New York, 1907 
 
556
Cara Rose
Cara Rose
Cara Rose 
 
557
Cara Rose.
Cara Rose.
Cara Rose. 
 
558
Carl Makeever Class Of 1916
Carl Makeever Class Of 1916
Carl Makeever - Davenport High School Class of 1916

Carl R. “Mac” Makeever was born in Marsailles, Illinois. He was a star football and basketball player at Davenport High, winning all-state honors in football his senior year while also serving as captain of the basketball team. He went on to attend Coe College where he won ten letters in three sports (football, basketball and baseball). He was inducted into the Coe College Hall-of-Fame in 1977.

Makeever was so good in baseball at Coe College that his coach claimed him the best infielder he had ever had. During World War I, on the 4th of July, 1918, Makeever was selected to play for Dan O'Leary's All-Stars in a benefit game for the Red Cross. O'Leary was joined by former professional Three-Eye League stars, Fred Marks, Billy Neal, Peter Lister, Johnny Wanner, Steve Bewer and George Hughes. They faced the Tenth Infantry team, whose pitcher, Noel, was a former Brooklyn National leaguer.

Makeever became director of physical education at the local Y.M.C.A. and in 1923 was elected secretary of the state association of Iowa State Physical Directors of the Y. That job was the first step in building a career in Y.M.C.A. work that spanned 44 years. He later became physical director of the Y.M.C.A. in Freeport and Joliet, Illinois. In Joliet he rounded out his work with 23 years directing the men's general program and membership activities. For 44 years Carl Makeever taught, coached, organized and conducted Y.M.C.A. programs in sports ranging from swimming to baseball to golf. It would be impossible to guess how many men and women came under his influence. Whatever the number, he left them all with an outstanding example of sports skill, good sportsmanship, and love of competition.

Carl and three brothers all graduated from Coe College and all four lettermen. His brother, Merle "Midge" Makeever, was also inducted into the Athletic Hall of Fame. 
 
559
Carl Raymond Makeever
Carl Raymond Makeever
Basketball Captain-Elect Carl Makeever - 1916

Carl was a member of the Davenport High School class of 1916. In 1915, Davenport failed to land the state championship title, but nevertheless had a great team, losing only four games all year. Several men went out with injuries and there was a little bickering within the team. This, coupled with injuries just before the tournaments, held back the locals considerably, and kept them from putting their best foot foremost. In 1916, Captain Makeever would have three veterans besides himself to form a nucleus for another great team.

The Davenport High "Bulletin" in 1915 was likely the first printing of "basketball" as one word, rather than as two separate, or the hyphenated version.

Makeever also played on the football team. 
 
560
Carl, Danny, and Mary Jo Keller.
Carl, Danny, and Mary Jo Keller.
Carl, Danny, and Mary Jo Keller. 
 
561
Carlie Louine (nee Clawson) Young.
Carlie Louine (nee Clawson) Young.
Carlie Louine (nee Clawson) Young. 
 
562
Carlos Ronstadt.
Carlos Ronstadt.
Carlos Ronstadt. 
 
563
Carlton and Linda (nee Foust) Fisk.
Carlton and Linda (nee Foust) Fisk.
Carlton and Linda (nee Foust) Fisk. 
 
564
Carlton Ernest Fisk
Carlton Ernest Fisk
Carlton Ernest Fisk 
 
565
Carlton Eugene Hiegert
Carlton Eugene Hiegert
Carlton Eugene Hiegert 
 
566
Carlton Fisk
Carlton Fisk
Carlton Fisk 
 
567
Carlton Fisk
Carlton Fisk
Carlton Fisk 
 
568
Carlton Fisk
Carlton Fisk
Carlton Fisk 
 
569
Carlton Fisk.
Carlton Fisk.
Carlton Fisk - Retired Major Leauge Baseball catcher, My 10th cousin 2 times removed. 
 
570
Carmen Llywelyn
Carmen Llywelyn
Carmen Llywelyn and Jason Lee 
 
571
Carmeta Elizabeth Sargent.
Carmeta Elizabeth Sargent.
Carmeta Elizabeth Sargent. 
 
572
Carol J Woliung
Carol J Woliung
Carol J Woliung 
 
573
Caroline & Charles Ingalls.
Caroline & Charles Ingalls.
Caroline & Charles Ingalls. 
 
574
Caroline Augusta Brigham.
Caroline Augusta Brigham.
Caroline Augusta Brigham. 
 
575
Caroline Celestia Ingalls.
Caroline Celestia Ingalls.
Caroline Celestia Ingalls. 
 
576
Caroline Clara Nagel
Caroline Clara Nagel
Caroline Clara Nagel 
 
577
Caroline M. Crosby
Caroline M. Crosby
Caroline M. Crosby 
 
578
Caroline Melissa (nee Fay) Brigham
Caroline Melissa (nee Fay) Brigham
Caroline Melissa (nee Fay) Brigham 
 
579
Caroline Sophia (nee Mahan) Perry
Caroline Sophia (nee Mahan) Perry
Caroline Sophia (nee Mahan) Perry 
 
580
Carolyn (nee McKnight) Christian
Carolyn (nee McKnight) Christian
Carolyn (nee McKnight) Christian 
 
581
Carolyn Josephine Brigham
Carolyn Josephine Brigham
Carolyn Josephine Brigham 
 
582
Carolyn Sue Jones Autograph.
Carolyn Sue Jones Autograph.
Carolyn Sue Jones Autograph. 
 
583
Carolyn Sue Jones.
Carolyn Sue Jones.
Carolyn Sue Jones. 
 
584
Carolyn Sue Jones.
Carolyn Sue Jones.
Carolyn Sue Jones. 
 
585
Carolyn Sue Jones.
Carolyn Sue Jones.
Carolyn Sue Jones. Actress - My 7th cousin twice removed. 
 
586
Carroll Dunham
Carroll Dunham
Carroll Dunham V eith daughter Lena. 
 
587
Casey Fisk Family.
Casey Fisk Family.
Casey Fisk Family. 
 
588
Casey Fisk.
Casey Fisk.
Casey Fisk. 
 
589
Casper Lee
Casper Lee
Casper and Jason Lee 
 
590
Castle Garden Circa 1880.
Castle Garden Circa 1880.
Castle Garden was built to defend New York from the British during the War of 1812 however, no battles were fought there. It was originally named castle Clinton after DeWitt Clinton the Mayor of New York. It was leased to the city in 1824 and renamed Castle Garden. Today it is a national park and again called Castle Clinton. 
 
591
Castle Garden from the water.
Castle Garden from the water.
From 1 Aug 1855 through 18 Apr 1890 most immigrants came through Castle Garden in New York city. 
 
592
Castle Garden Inspecting Physician.
Castle Garden Inspecting Physician.
Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, January 20, 1866 page 281. 
 
593
Castle Garden Registering Immigrants.
Castle Garden Registering Immigrants.
Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, January 20, 1866 page 280 & 281. 
 
594
Catherine & Robert Brigham.
Catherine & Robert Brigham.
Catherine & Robert Brigham. 
 
595
Catherine & Robert Brigham.
Catherine & Robert Brigham.
Catherine & Robert Brigham. 
 
596
Catherine (nee Hiegert) Brigham
Catherine (nee Hiegert) Brigham
Catherine Brigham 
 
597
Catherine Brigham
Catherine Brigham
Catherine Brigham 
 
598
Catherine Brigham and Ken Scheick.
Catherine Brigham and Ken Scheick.
Catherine Brigham and Ken Scheick. 
 
599
Catherine Dryer
Catherine Dryer
Catherine Dryer 
 
600
Catherine Mary (nee Hiegert) Brigham
Catherine Mary (nee Hiegert) Brigham
Catherine Brigham 
 

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