John LeRoy Humbert

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John LeRoy Humbert

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Oakland, Alameda, CA, USA
Death: Died in Jackson, Amador, CA, USA
Cause of death: hepatic encephalopathy
Place of Burial: Lone Tree Cemetery, Hayward, Alameda, CA, USA
Immediate Family:

Son of Leon Sebastian Humbert and Ada Emma Munsterman
Husband of Mildred Effie (Taber) Humbert
Father of <private> Pappas; <private> Flood and <private> Humbert
Brother of Effie Henrietta Nelson; Lucile Rosalie Chute; Genevieve Marie Humbert; <private> Mix (Humbert) and Leone Ellen Osborn

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John LeRoy Humbert's Timeline

1899
1899
- 1905
Oakland, Alameda, CA, USA

1817 Grove St. (now Martin Luther King Jr. Way) above 18th St., in downtown Oakland, was the Humbert home in this period. From 1899 it was the site of Leon Humbert's wood and coal yard, and by 1906 it had expanded to a store for wood, coal, fuel, feed and groceries. Although the store building has been long since demolished, reportedly the painted sign was still visible on the adjacent brick wall through the 1960s. The Humberts' only son John was born while the family lived here. Source: Oakland City Directory

1905
April 26, 1905
Oakland, Alameda, CA, USA
1905
- 1911
Oakland, Alameda, CA, USA

655 27th St. was this next home for the Leon and Ada Humbert family. This property was known as the Humbert Building, and was still standing as of 2012, as a 2-unit flat at the southwest corner of Grove (now Martin Luther King, Jr. Way) in West Oakland. While the Humbert family lived here, daughters Genevieve and Helen were born, and the oldest daughter Effie met and married Hokan Nelson. Source: Oakland City Directory

1911
July 1911
- September 1911
Age 6
Arcadia, DeSoto, FL, USA

Immediately after leaving Oakland, the Humbert family traveled across country to settle in Arcadia for only three months. Source: Leon Humbert's obituary

September 1911
- June 1918
Age 6
Nodaway, Adams, Iowa, United States
September 1911
- December 1911
Age 6
Nodaway, Adams, IA, USA

The River Bottom Place farm, section 16 of Nodaway Twp., ne. of Nodaway near Corning was this short-term Humbert Home after Florida, when the family returned to Leon's home town, after a dozen years' absence. Source: anecdotal per John Humbert, Jr.

December 1911
- June 1912
Age 6
Nodaway, Adams, IA, USA

The Leon and Ada Humbert family moved briefly here to a farm across the road and north of the River Bottom Place, on section 9 of Nodaway Twp. Source: anecdotal per John Humbert, Jr.

1912
June 1912
- September 1912
Age 7
Nodaway, Adams, IA, USA

Section 4 of Nodaway Twp., ne. of Nodaway, became the next brief farm home for Leon and Ada Humbert's family here. Leone was born while the family lived here. Source: anecdotal per John Humbert, Jr.

September 1912
- 1920
Age 7
Nodaway, Adams, IA, USA

East section 8 and west section 9 of Nodaway Twp., ne. of Nodaway, became the next and final family farm for the Leon and Ada Humbert family. While living here, Leon was struck down by meningitis early the next year. In 1915, Lucy married Lon Chute. Source: anecdotal per John Humbert, Jr.

1920
1920
- 1922
Age 14
Oakland, Alameda, CA, USA

1244 52nd Ave., above E. 12th St., in the western Melrose District was the first home back in Oakland when Ada brought the family back after Leon's death some half dozen years earlier. Ada's oldest daughter Effie and Hokan Nelson also returned to Oakland from Iowa that year, and the Nelsons lived in their own home some miles away from Ada, on Piedmont Ave. Source: Oakland City Directory