This site is an archive of the genealogical history of Forsythe, Hines, Johnson, D'Arcangelo and more!
To introduce myself, I am Richard Forsythe, great great great great great grandson of James F. Forsythe, who immigrated to the United States from Ireland in 1755 with his wife Elizabeth and their children.
Their first landing was in Norfolk Virginia. Later, they moved on to Charlotte, Mecklenburg Co. North Carolina in 1767. In 1782, James and Elizabeth had moved to Prince Edward County Virginia.
My wife Dawn is the great granddaughter of George and Angelina Manley, Greek immigrants who arrived here in 1905, leaving behind their pack mules in the mountains of Kosmos, Greece. Goat cheese was their primary product.
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There are some who, either by choice or capability, have made major contributions of material. I want to give special thanks to the following family members who have gone above and beyond the call of duty in making sure this history doesn't die with them.
Phillip Wheeler, "My Forsythe Saga"
Joe Anderson, "My Forsythe Saga"
Bernice Herndon, (Photographs, Information & Scanned Documents)
Linda Seed, (Photographs & Information)
Donna Eberman Rand, (Photographs, Information & Scanned Documents)
June 30, 1934 - February 17, 2020 (age 85)
George D. Uhl, husband and best friend of 58 years to Carole A. Uhl, passed away on February 17, 2020.George, the son of Edward J. and Marie E. (Schultz) Uhl, was born on June 23, 1934 in Woodside, NY. George was so proud of his five children and their families: Diana Kelley and her husband Robert of Glastonbury, Deborah Bohling and her husband J. Scott of Greenwich, Dawn Lunsford and her husband Chris of Glastonbury, George Uhl and his wife Geeah of Allen, TX and Dana Sambogna and her husband John of West Yarmouth, MA. Within this large and loving family are his 13 grandchildren: Bobby Kelley and his wife Amy, Steven Kelley and his wife Courtney, Michael Kelley and his wife Ashley; Zachary Bohling, Maxwell Bohling, Erik Bohling, Rachael Bohling; Amanda Lunsford, Christopher Lunsford, Kelly Lunsford; Erin Uhl, Sydney Uhl , Shane Uhl; and 2 great grandchildren, Haley Kelley and Brynn Diakostavrianos. George is survived by two sisters, Eleanor Blank of Shirley, NY and Barbara and her husband Lou DiBello of New Fairfield, CT and many nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his parents, his brother Edward Uhl, sister-in-law Ann Uhl, brother-in-law George Blank and a nephew.
George moved to Flushing, NY in 1944. He graduated from Flushing High School in 1952 and Long Island Agricultural and Technical School in 1954. He was a veteran of the US Air Force serving from 1954 to 1958 and was stationed in Limestone, ME and Plattsburgh, NY at SAC bases.
He graduated from the University of Connecticut in 1962 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting. He played basketball and baseball while at UCONN and was co-captain of the basketball team in his junior year. He also played in the Cape Cod Baseball League in the summer of 1961. He received the Connecticut Society of Certified Public Accounting award as the highest ranking member of the accounting graduating class of 1962.
He was employed by Price Waterhouse in 1962 and joined the Hartford Electric Light Company in 1964. In 1966 he transferred to the Northeast Utilities Service Company upon the affiliation of HELCO, CL&P and WMECO. He held various financial positions – Assistant Controller in 1972, Controller in 1981 and in 1984 was appointed Vice President & Controller for Northeast Utilities and its subsidiary companies. He was also Vice President and Controller of the Connecticut Yankee Atomic Power Company.
He was Treasurer of the Northeast Power Coordinating Council and served on various committees of the Edison Electric Institute. During this time he assisted in the development of a Public Utility Accounting Course with Virginia Commonwealth University and taught several courses. He was chairman of the Chief Accounting Officers Committee of the EEI and testified before The Financial Accounting Standards Board on various accounting matters especially as they pertained to Nuclear Generating investments. He retired in 1992 after 28 years in the utility industry.
He served as Treasurer of Literacy Volunteers of America (Hartford Chapter), of St. Mark’s Episcopal Church in Storrs, CT and the Village of Minnechaug Homeowners Association.
George was an avid golfer and was a member of the Manchester Country Club. During the 1970’s and 1980’s he and his family spent summer vacations on Cape Cod in the town of Chatham. He especially enjoyed New England fall foliage trips with his family on Columbus Day weekends.
A memorial service will be held in the spring. The family wishes to thank the VNA of Vernon Hospice team for their care and compassion. Donations in his memory may be made to FISH of Glastonbury (PO Box 205, Glastonbury, CT 06033) or the UCONN Baseball team via The UCONN Foundation, Inc. (Attn: Data Services, 2390 Alumni Dr., Unit 3206, Storrs, CT 06269).
Memorial service will be at 10:00 a.m., Wednesday, January 29, 2020 at Schooler Funeral Home Brentwood Chapel, 4100 S. Georgia St. Arrangements are by Schooler Funeral Home Ramonica was born December 9, 1974 at Torrejon, AFB in Spain to Richard and Mary Johnson. While going through treatments for leukemia, Ramonica obtained a Masters Degree from Wayland Baptist College and worked as a counselor for Potter County Community Supervision and Corrections department for 3 years.
She is proceeded in death by her parents. Ramonica is survived by her partner Shannon Kuster of Amarillo; daughter Callie Pierce of Baird, Texas; Son Braxton Pierce of Oceanside, CA; brothers Michael Johnson and Richard Johnson both of Rio Rancho, NM; sister Malinda Johnson of Amarillo, TX.
Richard L. Johnson, Sr., went home to be with the Lord on August 27, 2019. He retired from the Air Force and the Postal Service before opening Rio Rancho Auto Recycles.
Richard is survived by his wife JoAnn of 35 years; and his children, Richard Johnson Jr., Malinda Wilson, Michael Johnson (Robin), Ramonica Pierce, David Baggerly (Yvette), and Cindy Ford (Jason); eleven grandchildren; and nine great-grandchildren. Richard will be greatly missed by his loving family and by those whose lives he touched.
A Memorial Service will be conducted Tuesday, September 3, 2019 at 6:00 p.m. at Daniels Family Funeral Services - Sara Chapel, 4310 Sara Rd., SE, Rio Rancho, NM 87124. Committal services will be conducted Tuesday, September 10, 2019 at 10:30 a.m. at Santa Fe National Cemetery.
Richard's care is entrusted to:
Daniels Family Funeral Services
4310 Sara Road SE
Rio Rancho, NM 87124
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Lewis was elected in 1940 to the Illinois House where he served nine consecutive terms. He was elected to a two-year Senate term in 1958, returned to the House two years later and served another six years there. He had 26 years total service in the General Assembly and claimed a perfect attendance record.
He served as majority whip, majority leader and was elected speaker for the 73rd General Assembly.
Gov. Richard B. Ogilvie appointed Lewis agriculture director in 1969 and named him Secretary of State after Powell’s death the following year.
Thomas Henry Hines (October 8, 1838 – January 23, 1898) was a Confederate spy during the American Civil War. A native of Butler County, Kentucky, he initially worked as a grammar instructor, mainly at the Masonic University of La Grange, Kentucky. During the first year of the war, he served as a field officer, initiating several raids. He was an important assistant to John Hunt Morgan, doing a preparatory raid (Hines' Raid) in advance of Morgan's Raid through the states of Indiana and Ohio, and after being captured with Morgan, organized their escape from the Ohio Penitentiary. He was later involved in espionage and tried to stir up insurrections against the Federal government in select Northern locales.
After the war, once it was safe for him to return to his native Kentucky, he settled down with much of his family in Bowling Green, Kentucky. He started practicing law, which led him to serve on the Kentucky Court of Appeals, eventually becoming its Chief Justice. Afterward, he practiced law in Frankfort, Kentucky until his death in 1898, keeping many of the secrets of Confederate espionage from public knowledge.
Gerald (Gerry) Forsythe (born in Marshall, Illinois) is an American businessman and auto racing magnate, best known for being one of the three men (Kevin Kalkhoven and Paul Gentilozzi are the other two) that own the Champ Car World Series. Forsythe also owns a racing team, Forsythe Championship Racing, that competes in the Champ Car series.
Forsythe is the chief shareholder in, and chairman and CEO of, the Indeck Companies, which include Indeck Power Equipment Company, Indeck Energy Services, Inc., and Indeck Operations. Indeck Power Equipment specializes in the rental, lease, and sale of steam power, while Indeck Energy Services, Inc. develops, owns, and operates cogeneration and independent power projects in North America. Indeck Operations manages the company's plants, as well as those of other firms. The Indeck logo is prominently featured on the sides of the blue Champ Cars that are owned by Forsythe. Forsythe is also active in cattle ranching and farming, and maintains a farm in his native Marshall, Illinois.
Mr. Forsythe expands his interests to include farming and cattle raising by maintaining a working farm in his hometown of Marshall, Illinois. His support for the rural community is felt through his generosity and support of local businesses.