Chronology: 1778 to 1952
Eleanor Sullivan Collins. Daughter of Eleanor Alice Sullivan and James Robert Collins. She was educated at various schools; graduated from Georgetown Visitation Convent, Washington, D.C. She was married twice. Her first husband was Augustus Ducas Clemens III of Baltimore. After his death she married Captain Donald B. Rogers, U.S. Army at San Antonio, Texas.
There were four children born of her marriage to Augustus D. Clemens III of Baltimore, Maryland, as follows.
Augustus Ducas Clemens IV. A twin born January 30, 1918, at Baltimore, Maryland and baptized at the Church Home and Infirmary Hospital by a Catholic priest of Baltimore, Maryland.
He married Marianna Catherine Hart at Dallas, Texas, August 25, 1947. They have two children: A son, Augustus D. Clemens V., born June 13, 1948 at San Antonio, Texas, and baptized July 11, 1948 at St. Peter's Catholic Church, Alamo Heights, San Antonio, Texas; and a daughter, Catherine Marianne Clemens, born January 22, 1950, and baptized April, 1950, at St. Mary's Catholic Church, San Antonio, Texas.
Augustus was a student at various schools, including Honolulu University, Hawaii, and finally entered St. Mary's University, San Antonio, Texas, graduating in 1940 with the Bachelor of Science Degree. He served as an officer in World War II and was a Captain in U.S. Army when the war ended in 1945.
In June 1951 he was called back to duty in the Air Force.
Eleanor Collins Clemens. A twin born January 30, 1918, at Baltimore, Maryland, and baptized there at the Church Home and Infirmary Hospital of Baltimore by a Catholic priest of Baltimore, Maryland.
Norman B. Dix of Westhampton Beach, Long Island, October 26, 1938, at
San Antonio, Texas and they have three children, viz.:
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