Stephen H. Withey
Steve was an interesting fellow, born in 1856 in Canada he was a very well liked man who worked for the Great Northern Railroad for 50 years and 6 months as a conductor promoting later to Trainmaster. He married (unknown) and had a daughter named Ruby who married a man named George W. Gonyea (Gon-Yay).
George Alexander was a train engineer for many railroads, chiefly Great Northern Railroad. He was the first engineer for the line in Antler, North Dakota.
Brothers George A. and Steve are buried in Crookston, Minnesota in Polk County.
Both George A. and his son George C. were were noted ornithologists and collected rare eggs, some of which are in the Smithsonian.