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MARRIAGE

 

 CUMPSTON, Frank P.   1892  Cora E. Crowley  Los Angeles  CA

Frances W CUMPSTON now has her own page as her daughter has claimed her.

Oral history interview with Frances Cumpston: February 15, 1991, Elk Grove, California

by Frances Cumpston (Author)

see blue box voter registrations

Jesse Emma Cumpston  

Lester Allen Baker (Husband) b. December 4, 1900 in Bruceville Road, Sacramento Co. California  

 

Children:  

Lester Royal Baker b. in Sacramento, California

Lester Conrad Baker b. in Sacramento, California

Clarence Frank Baker b. in Sacramento, California  

 

 

MEGHAN CUMPSTON

 

By PAUL GADBOIS-DN Sports Editor 12/30/2006 09:55:54

From Red Bluff High School to Arizona to Minnesota, Meghan Cumpston is a well-traveled volleyball player and student.

Her next step is all about the love of the game, however, as she recently accepted an offer to play professionally for the Corozal Pinkin of Puerto Rico's Superior Feminine Volleyball League.

 

A 2002 graduate of RBHS, Cumpston just finished her Bachelor's Degree in Animal Science at Minnesota after leading the Lady Gophers to the Elite Eight of the NCAA Division I Volleyball Tournament.

 

Her final collegiate match was a 3-2 loss against Nebraska in the Regional finals on Dec. 9, and because she red-shirted her first year at Arizona, she graduated this month. That also gave Cumpston a unique opportunity, because most of the top college prospects wouldn't be available for recruitment until after graduation in the spring, which made her a hot commodity.

 

"I was packed up and ready to go home and get a job when they called," Cumpston said. "I've been playing volleyball since the sixth grade and thought I had just played my last game. It all happened so fast, within four days."

Needless to say, her plans changed.

 

She received a call from a different Puerto Rican team at first, then got an agent and fielded offers from three other pro clubs, from Spain, Italy and Indonesia. Cumpston sought advice from her college coaches and a former teammate at Arizona, Kim Glass, who was already playing for the Pinkin. But rather than see her old teammate sign with a rival club, Glass dropped Cumpston's name to her Pinkin coach, Steven Fenosik, to get the ball rolling on what turned out to be the most enticing deal.

 

Cumpston said the Corozal-based team offered her the most money of the five interested parties, and having a familiar face on the team also weighed her decision to play sign with the Pinkin. There also wasn't much time to decide, according to Cumpston, as Fenosik's deal was only on the table for 24 hours.   The rest is history. Cumpston will earn a salary for the four-month season along with the possibility of several bonuses. She also gets an apartment and transportation accommodations for the season as part of her contract.

 

The 6'1" outside hitter led her Minnesota teammates and tied for the Big 10 lead in service aces with 50 during her senior year and was third in aces per game with 0.4.

 

Cumpston's collegiate career ended in Gainesville, Fla., where the Lady Gophers lost to the eventual champions after leading 2-0.

Cumpston made an immediate impact at Minnesota after spending her first two seasons at the University of Arizona, averaging over three kills per game as a junior and tallying double-figures in kills 11 times.

 

At Arizona, Cumpston earned a pair of All-Tournament selections her sophomore year and made a name for herself as a clutch player, stepping up to play her best matches against ranked teams.   In high school, Cumpston was a two-time All-League and All-Section performer, and holds the Lady Spartans' record for kills in a single season.   She was a tri-sport athlete, earning three varsity letters in basketball as well as volleyball and setting the school record for long jump in track and field.

 

 

The Farm Machinery Sculptures of Robert Cumpston

From Episode number 521, Vintage Airplanes in Farmer City, Robert Cumpston and his Farm Machinery Sculpture, the Inter-urban Train Line, air date Thursday, June 09, 1994

 

Prairie Fire takes a look at the creations of Robert Cumpston, a Colfax resident who makes sculptures out of scrap farm machinery.

 

Sculptor Robert Cumpston and his wife, Donna, barely noticed a difference in the crowd size. The Colfax, Ill., couple has traveled to Cincinnati for several years to display Mr. Cumpston's popular creations: pigs, dogs, exotic African animals and other creatures he sculpts from oxidized farm equipment.

 

“It's been a little slow,” he said. “But we have to have a certain amount of optimism. This is the business we're in.”

 

Sunday, June 03, 2001 By Susan Vela The Cincinnati Enquirer

Gina Cumpsten

Gina Cumpsten at Otto Candies Inc

17271 Highway 90

Des Allemands, La 74332

2007 to 2008

 

http://www.spoke.com/info/pA5AvrI/GinaCumpsten

 California Voter Registrations, 1900-1968  Sacramento County  1900-1910

 

Cumpston Samuel Nott age 55 1026 8th No 53

Cumpston Samuel Nott painter age 60 621 1/2 J

Cumpston Sam Nott painter age 63 1214 alley E and F Rep.

Cumpston Frank farmer Elk Grove Rep.

Mrs Cumpston Ivah B housewife Elk Grove Prog.

Cumpston Mrs Ivah B housewife Elk Grove Rep.

Cumpston Royal F, farmer Elk Grove  Rep.

Cumpston Mrs Sarah E housewife Elk Grove Rep.

Cumpston William H farmer Elk Grove Rep.

Cumpston Mrs Ivah Housewife Rt 3 Elk Grove Decl

Cumpston Royal F well borer RFD 3 Elk Grove Rep

 

 

California Voter Registrations, 1900-1968  Los Angeles County  1916

Cumpston Mrs Tillie A Hswf 12231/2 Girard st R

No 45 Cumpston Philoris B rtrd 1050 20th st R

 

California Voter Registrations, 1900-1968  Los Angeles County  1920 Roll 09

No 51 Cumpston John R Barber 1360 W 101st st R

No 350 Cumpston William L Blr mkr 1360 W 101st st DS

 

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POLITICIAN

 

Crumpton, H. J. — of California. Member of California state assembly 20th District, 1881-85. Burial location unknown.

Title:

Cora Crowley Cumpston letters: Los Angeles, Calif., to Standard Oil Company of California : ALS, 1930 July 5 and 18

Creator/Contributor: Cumpston, Cora Crowley., creator

Fergerson, Chester.

Standard Oil Company of California

Abstract:

Two letters from Cumpston to a radio program broadcast in Los Angeles by Standard Oil Company of California, which apparently had featured a story about forty-niners. In the letters, Cumpston claims herself to be a daughter of G.B. Crowley, a pioneer from Mo. who first came to Calif. in 1850, eventually settling at Visalia, Tulare County. The letters give a brief background of Crowley, his wife, and their family at the time of their westward migration. The first letter is addressed to the announcer, Chester Fergerson [sic].

Date: 1930 (issued)  

Pioneers -- California -- Tulare County

Standard Oil Company of California.

Note: Previously titled: G.B. Crowley letters. On reverse of second letter is typed: G.B. Crowley -1906.

For other collections related to Standard Oil's radio program on forty-niners, see: Mary Comerford letter to Chester Ferguson : ALS, 1930 Aug. 17 (MS 499).

 

Identifier:CHSV03-B749

California

 

http://www.oac.cdlib.org/institutions/California+Historical+Society?descriptions=show

Thomas Cumpston - General Counsel

El Dorado Irrigation District

2980 Mosquito Rd Placerville CA 95667

Phone: (530) 642- 4144 Fax: (530) 622-1195

http://www.eid.org/

1930 United States Federal Census Name: Leo W Cumpston Home in 1930: Gardena, Los Angeles, California Age: 32 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1898 Birthplace: Illinois Relation to Head of House: Head Spouse's Name: Lela Race: White

Leo W Cumpston 32 carpenter

Lela Cumpston 30

Napolain Cumpston 13 son

 

 

1920 United States Federal Census Name: Nina M Cumpston Home in 1920: Gardena, Los Angeles, California Age: 58 years  Estimated Birth Year: abt 1862 Birthplace: Illinois Relation to Head of House: Wife Spouse's Name: John R

Father's Birth Place: New York Mother's Birth Place: New York Marital Status: Married

Race: White Sex: Female Able to read: Yes Able to Write: Yes

John R Cumpston 69 Home in 1920: Gardena, Los Angeles, California Estimated Birth Year: abt 1851 Birthplace: Pennsylvania Relation to Head of House: Head

Father's Birth Place: Pennsylvania Mother's Birth Place: Pennsylvania Race: White

Sex: Male Home owned: Own Able to read: Yes Able to Write: Yes Barber

 

William L Cumpston 25 years  Estimated Birth Year: abt 1895 Birthplace: Illinois

Relation to Head of House: Son Marital Status: Married Race: White Sex: Male Able to read: Yes Able to Write: Yes  riviter shipyard.

 

Virgil R Cumpston 19 Gardena, Los Angeles, California Age: 19 years  Estimated Birth Year: abt 1901 Birthplace: Wyoming Relation to Head of House: Son Marital Status: Single

Race: White Sex: Male Able to read: Yes Able to Write: Yes electrician shipyard.

 

Gerie H Cumpston 16 years Estimated Birth Year: abt 1904 Birthplace: California

Relation to Head of House: Son Spouse's Name: Margaret Marital Status: Single

Race: White Sex: Male Able to read: Yes Able to Write: Yes riviter's assistant shipyard.

Margaret Cumpston 16 years  Estimated Birth Year: abt 1904 Birthplace: Oklahoma

Relation to Head of House: Daughter-in-law Spouse's Name: Gerie H Father's Birth Place: Arkansas Mother's Birth Place: Arkansas Marital Status: Married Race: White Sex: Female

Able to read: Yes Able to Write: Yes no employment.

 

 

 

Daily Press (Newport News, VA) articles  November 2007

 

Local Marine helps victims: Jon Cumpston, a Newport News resident stationed in Miramar, Calif., helps people recover from fires.

 

Nov. 1--"It's a complete shame. It looks like hell on earth, a war zone," said Lance Cpl. Jon Cumpston, describing San Diego after the wildfires. "It looks like it's snowing outside because of all the ash in the air."   Cumpston, 23, a Marine from Newport News, has been stationed at Marine Corps Air Station Miramar, Calif., for almost a year. His job up until recently was serving as an F-18 radar technician with Marine Aviation Logistics Squadron 11, but since the devastating fires began in California, Cumpston's job description has changed. Last week he found himself called into duty as a relief worker, giving him a firsthand look at the damage caused by the fires.

 

"Everywhere it looks like midnight, with smoke and orange clouds all over. They look like huge volcano clouds," said Cumpston. "We're right in the middle of San Diego, so we're surrounded."   The Horno/Ammo fire has burned 17, 000 acres on the Camp Pendleton Base, with more than 500,000 acres of land across California scorched in all. More than 1,800 homes have been destroyed, with 80 percent in San Diego County, where Cumpston lives. In San Diego alone, the damage is estimated at $1 billion.   Cumpston recalls helping one of his friends evacuate his home in San Diego, due to the impending fires reaching over the hills.

"I remember driving on Interstate 15 with a load of his stuff in the trunk of my car, when all of a sudden the traffic just stopped. I looked up and saw that the fire was coming across the road only one mile away from us and we were stuck. I had to grab a sweater from the back of my car to breathe because the smoke was overtaking me," said Cumpston.

 

Local Marine helps victims: Jon Cumpston, a Newport News resident stationed in Miramar, Calif., helps people recover from fires.

Daily Press (Newport News, VA) | November 1, 2007

 

Nov. 1--"It's a complete shame. It looks like hell on earth, a war zone," said Lance Cpl. Jon Cumpston, describing San Diego after the wildfires. "It looks like it's snowing outside because of all the ash in the air."

 

Cumpston, 23, a Marine from Newport News, has been stationed at Marine Corps Air Station Miramar, Calif., for almost a year. His job up until recently was serving as an F-18 radar technician with Marine Aviation Logistics Squadron 11,