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George King Minor 1916-2005

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George King Minor

Born: 16 Oct 1916Missouri
Died: 2005 Denver Denver Colorado
















George Ernest Minor

Born: 11 Feb 1878Columbia, Boone, Missouri, US
Died: 13 Feb 1947Columbia, Boone, Missouri, USA





George Riley Minor

Born: 3 Aug 1846, Howard, Missouri, USA
Died: 8 Mar 1887, Howard, Missouri, USA

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Laura Allice Shaw







John Westly Minor

Born: 15 Feb 1819, Boone, Missouri, USA
Died: 28 Sep 1873 Nebraska City, Otoe, Nebraska, USA




George Minor

Born: 28 Oct 1795, , Virginia, USA
Died: 18 Feb 1845, Mercer, Kentucky, USA














George H Minor

Born: 1764 Virginia
Died: 16 Dec 1844, Mercer, Kentucky, USA

Name: George H Minor
COMPANY: 57 REGIMENT VIRGINIA MILITIA.
Rank - Induction: LIEUT
Rank - Discharge: COLONEL
Roll Box: 145
Roll Exct: 602






James Moore Minor
Born: 1707 CT

Mary Ellen Dunkin
Born: 1 June 1923Bartlesville, Osage, Oklahoma, USA
Died: 28 Feb 1998, Denver, Colorado, USA

Child
Robert Ernest Minor
Mary K. Minor 14 Jan 1940
Judy E Minor
Ronald Minor
Donald Minor
Shirly Minor
Janice Minor
Lynn Minor






Lydia Bradford Neely
Born: 24 Jul 1889Easly, Boone, Missouri, USA
Died: 19 Oct 1964Bartlesville, Osage, Oklahoma, USA

Son George King Minor 1916




Laura Alice Shaw

Born: 1853, , Missouri, USA
Died: 7 Feb 1939 Bartlesville, Osage, Oklahoma, USA

Son George Ernest Minor 1878















Catharine Dye Phillips

Born: 1825, , Kentucky, USA
Died: 1860 Rensselaer, Ralls, Missouri, USA

Son George Riley Minor 1846




Isabella Brinton

Born: 15 Jul 1793, , Kentucky, USA
Died: 8 Aug 1872, Howard, Missouri, USA

Children

Cynthia Ann MINOR 1817 1880
John Westly Minor 1819 1873
George W MINOR 1820
James J MINOR 1825
Lloyd F MINOR 1830 1882






Sarah Lloyd

Born: 1765

Died: 26 Nov 1844, Mercer, Kentucky, USA












Sarah Breed
Born: 1 Jan 1703/1704 Stonington, New London, Connecticut

International Wedding Records
Name: Sarah Breed
Gender: female
Birth Place: CT
Birth Year: 1704
Spouse Name: James Minor
Birth Place: CT
Spouse Birth Year: 1707
Marriage
Year: 1724
Number Pages: 1

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George Minoy Two Years Old

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George Ernest Minor Littia Bradford Neeley
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George King Minor 1924
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1933 Basket Ball "STAR"
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George E Minor Lidia Bradford Neely
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Paul Minor

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Thomas Minor 1608
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George Minor helped give the Twinkie to the world

By Chris Barge, Rocky Mountain News
September 15, 2005

Legendary baker George Minor used to tell people there's a formula for everything.

"If you have 7 percent sugar, you have bread," the cereal chemist for ConAgra Foods told a reporter 22 years ago. "If you have 11 percent sugar, you have a hamburger bun. If you have 18 percent sugar, you have a Danish."

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He also knew that when you develop just the right kind of sponge cake with a white filling, you have a Hostess Twinkie. He's the chemist, after all, who helped develop the famous snack treat.

Mr. Minor, 88, died Monday of natural causes at his Thornton home, surrounded by family. Standing 6 feet 4 inches and 298 pounds, he was known by family and friends as the "gentle giant."

"We sang Amazing Grace," said Nancy Minor, his daughter-in-law. "And just as we started, I saw the pulse stop in his neck. He did everything with amazing grace."

When it came to family, his recipe called for a large batch. The father of eight had 52 grandchildren, 30 great-grandchildren and eight great-great-grandchildren.

At one point or another, he fed each of them with experimental loaves of "hunky bread," which he frequently brought home from work.

"By the time he got from the door to the kitchen table, it was gone," said his granddaughter, Lisa Bommersbach.

Born Oct. 16, 1916, in the small town of New Franklin, Mo., he got his first job in high school, sweeping floors at a bakery, where the baker allowed him to help mix the bread.

Mr. Minor attended Oklahoma State University. He was married in 1940 to Mary Minor, whom he met in church. She died in 1998.

Mr. Minor enlisted in the Navy during World War II and was stationed in Oregon. He was quickly drafted to become a baking instructor - a profession he held off and on through the rest of his life.

After the war, he founded a baking school at Oklahoma State University, the first such university-based school in the country. He then worked eight years for the bakery products division of Borden Co.

In 1955, he moved the family to Denver, where he took a job at the Hungarian Flour Co., now owned by ConAgra Foods.

Never one to talk about himself, Mr. Minor developed an international reputation through his actions more than words. For more than 30 years, he and his family whipped up cobblers, éclairs and 405-layer croissants in four ovens at the Colorado State Fair in Pueblo.

Big-name companies such as Nabisco, Keebler and Rainbo flew him around the world to consult with new product developers. The United States government once sent him to South Africa to investigate why a product it sent that country wasn't working.

Mr. Minor took one look and knew the problem.

"We sent them cake flour, and they were trying to bake bread," recalled his grandson, John Sedillo.

Mr. Minor retired from ConAgra at age 70. But his passion for grains and breads did not go stale. Last year, he cooked pancakes for fellow patients while recovering from surgery.

A viewing will be held today from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Olinger Highland, 10201 N. Grant St., Thornton. The funeral is Friday at 9:30 a.m., also at Olinger.

Ephraim Minor



Born: 24 Oct 1675 Stratford
Died: 16 Sep 1762Woodbury, Litchfield, Connecticut, USA

Rebeca Curtis
Born: Nov 1677 Woodbury, Litchfield, Connecticut, USA
Died: 13 Mar 1768 Woodbury, Litchfield, Connecticut, USA



Connecticut Town Birth Records (Barbour Collection)

Name: Ephraim Minor

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Gender: Male

Birth Date: 24 Oct 1675

Birth Location: Stratford

Parent Name: John Minor

Capt. John Minor
Born: 1634 Chew Magna, Somerset, , England
Died: 17 Sep 1719 Woodbury, Litchfield, Connecticut, USA



Elizabeth Booth
Born: 10 Sep 1641Stratford, Fairfield, Connecticut, USA
Died: 24 Oct 1732Woodbury, Litchfield, Connecticut, USA


Name: John Miner
Gender: male
Birth Place: MA
Birth Year: 1635
Spouse Name: Elizabeth Booth
Spouse
Birth Place: CT
Spouse Birth Year: 1641
Marriage
Year: 1658
Marriage State: CT
Number Pages: 1

Leiut.Thomas Minor

Born: 23 Apr 1608 Chew Magna, , , England
Died: 23 Oct 1690 Stonington, New London, Connecticut, USA

Grace Palmer

Born: 1608, , , England
Died: 1690 Stonington, New London, Connecticut, USA

Connecticut Town Death Records, pre-1870 (Barbour Collection)
about Lieut. Thomas Minor
Name: Lieut. Thomas Minor
Death Date: 23 Oct 1690
Death Location: Stonington

Clement Miner

Born: 23 Feb 1585 Chew Magna, Somerset, , England
Died: 31 Mar 1640 Chew Magna, Somerset, , England

Sarah Pope
Born: 1578 Chew Magna, Somerset, , England
Died: 1640 Chew Magna, Somerset, , England

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