Harry Eugene Yates1922 - 1994 (72 years)
Name Harry Eugene Yates Nickname Bud Born 3 Jan 1922 Edgar, Illinois Gender Male Died 17 Jan 1994 Osceola, St. Joseph, Indiana Buried Chapel Hill Cemetery, St Joseph, Indiana Person ID I68 Yatesville History & Genealogy Last Modified 6 Jan 2021
Father Harry Elmer Yates, b. 8 Jan 1888, Grantsburg, Crawford, Indiana , d. 5 May 1969, Danville, Vermilion, Illinois (Age 81 years) Mother Jessie Leah Laswell, b. 2 Feb 1890, Crawford, Indiana , d. 29 Jun 1930, Chrisman, Edgar, Illinois (Age 40 years) Married 23 May 1910 Grantsburg, Crawford, Indiana Family ID F5 Group Sheet | Family Chart
Family Erna Geraldine Wynn, b. 5 Dec 1920, Edgar, Illinois , d. 12 May 2000, St. Joseph, Indiana (Age 79 years) Married 6 Jun 1939 Edgar, Illinois Children 1. Jacquline Jean Yates, b. 10 Nov 1939, d. 10 Nov 1939 (Age 0 years) 2. Setta Kay Yates, b. 11 Jul 1941, St. Joseph, Indiana , d. 5 Apr 2000, Manatee, Florida (Age 58 years) 3. Fred Eugene Yates, b. 8 May 1944, South Bend, St Joseph, Indiana , d. 9 May 1944, South Bend, St Joseph, Indiana (Age 0 years) 4. R.E. Yates Last Modified 27 Nov 2021 Family ID F83 Group Sheet | Family Chart
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10776 Mckinley Hwy; Osceola, IN; (574) 674-5991; Bud and Jerry Yates home:
1930 United States Federal Census Name: Harry E Yates Home in 1930: Chrisman, Edgar, Illinois Age: 8 Estimated birth year: abt 1922 Relation to Head of House: Son Father's name: Harry E Yates Mother's name: Jessie L Yates Nee Laswell Race: White Harry E Yates 42 Jessie L Yates 40 Lucile S Yates 19 Marjorie W Yates 13 Harry E Yates 8 Carl B Yates 5 Fred A Yates 3 3/12
1940 United States Federal Census about Rud Yates Name: Rud Yates Age: 18 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1922 Gender: Male Race: White Birthplace: Illinois Marital Status: Married Relation to Head of House: Head Home in 1940: Metcalf, Edgar, Illinois View Map Street: 4th Street Farm: No Inferred Residence in 1935: Chrisman, Edgar, Illinois Residence in 1935: Chrisman, Edgar, Illinois Resident on farm in 1935: No Sheet Number: 3A Number of Household in Order of Visitation: 64 Occupation: Machinery Mechanic House Owned or Rented: Rented Value of Home or Monthly Rental if Rented: 7 Attended School or College: No Highest Grade Completed: High School, 1st year Hours Worked Week Prior to Census: 40 Class of Worker: Wage or salary worker in private work Weeks Worked in 1939: 52 Income: 520 Income Other Sources: No Neighbors: View others on page Household Members: Name Age Rud Yates 18 Geraldine Yates 19
U.S. City Directories, 1821-1989 about Harry Yates Name: Harry Yates Gender: Male Residence Year: 1947 Street Address: 35 E Mishawaka av M Residence Place: South Bend; Mishawaka, Indiana Occupation: Loco Opr Spouse: Erna Yates Publication Title: South Bend, Indiana, City Directory, 1947
U.S. Public Records Index, Volume 2 Name: Harry E Yates Birth Date: 3 Jan 1922 Address: 8114 43rd Ave W City: Bradenton State: FL Zip Code: 34209-6408
Social Security Death Index Name: Harry E. Yates SSN: 359-01-8172 Last Residence: 46545 Mishawaka, St Joseph, Indiana, United States of America Born: 3 Jan 1922 Died: 17 Jan 1994 State (Year) SSN issued: Illinois (Before 1951)
Harry Eugene "Bud" Yates Birth 3 JAN 1922 Edgar Co., IL Death 17 JAN 1994 Osceola, St. Joseph Co., IN. Family Info Father Harry Elmer Yates (1888-1969) Mother Jessie Leah Laswell (1890-1930) Spouse Erna Geraldine Wynn (1920-2000)Married 1939 Children Jacquine Jean (1939-1939) Setta Kay (1941-2000) Fred Eugene (1944-1944) Richard Eugene (1949-)
MISHAWAKA - Harry ``Bud'' Yates, 72, of 2124 E. Jefferson Road, died at 5:35 p.m. Monday in his home after an illness. Mr. Yates retired from Woodruff & Sons, Michigan City. He was born Jan. 3, 1922, in Chrisman, Ill., and lived in Mishawaka since 1948, coming from Metcalf, Ill. On June 6, 1939, in Paris, Ill., he married Erna ``Jerry'' Wynn. She survives, with a daughter, Setta Kay Baney of Bradenton, Fla.; a son, Richard E. of Mishawaka; five grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; a sister, Ruth Wallace of Arkansas; and two brothers, Dennis L. Wallace of Valparaiso and Jim Yates of Casey, Ill. He was a veteran of World War II and member of Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 360 and the First Church of Nazarene, Chrisman.
Services will be at 11 a.m. Thursday in Chapel Hill Funeral Home, Osceola. Burial will be in Chapel Hill Memorial Gardens. Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday in the funeral home. Memorial contributions may be made to Visiting Nurses Association
IN WWII served with the 20th, 58th and 19th Naval Construction Battalions; he was a MM 3rd Class Navy Petty Officer:
20th Naval Construction Battalion from September 1942 to 1944: This deployment of the new unit took them from San Pedro CA to Noumea, New Caledonia, then on to Townsville Australia. From there they were part of the invasion of the Kiriwina and Woodlark Islands where they built the airdrome and 30 miles of roads. Segments of the unit were sent to the Russell Islands.
The 58th Naval Construction Battalion was brought to life 26 December 1942, during World War II, at Camp Allen in Norfolk, Virginia. They first deployed to Guadalcanal, and the 58th was the first Construction Battalion to land with the Marines in the initial assault on Vella LaVella, Northern Solomons.
Later they deployed to Banika, Los Negros and Okinawa where, in addition to numerous construction projects, they kept the Yontan Air-field open during 261 enemy raids, which allowed Major "Pappy" Boyington and his F4U Corsairs of the famed VMF 214 Black Sheep Squadron to bring the war to the Japanese. With the end of World War II in sight, the 58th redeployed home and was eventually de-commissioned in May 1946 after four years of continuous outstanding service.
(3/1/2011; Bud was a very powerful man...may not have appeared so but was. I have seen him grab the front wheel of a car (no power steering those days) and turn the wheels with it sitting on the ground, just so he could look at the inside linkage and wheel, believe it or not. The steering wheel inside would just turn (naturally) as he moved the wheels. Later when "thought" I was a pretty good horse I tried that and all that would happen was my hands slip off the wheel ! James R. Yates)