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[[File:Menzies, Jean - mass copy.jpg|350px|thumbnail|right|<center>Jean Storke Menzies, Santa Cruz Island, May 3, 1990 </center>]]
 
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<span style="color:#006400">'''MENZIES, Jean Isabel Storke'''</span> (1904-1993), an eighth generation Santa Barbaran — the daughter of [[STORKE, Thomas More|Thomas More Storke]], granddaughter of Charles Albert Storke, and and great granddaughter of T. Wallace More. Her great-uncle, A. P. More owned Santa Rosa Island during the latter portion of the 19th century.
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<span style="color:#006400">'''MENZIES, Jean Isabel Storke'''</span> (1904-1993), an eighth generation Santa Barbaran — the daughter of [[STORKE, Thomas More|Thomas More Storke]], granddaughter of Charles Albert Storke, and great granddaughter of T. Wallace More. Her great-uncle, A. P. More owned Santa Rosa Island during the latter portion of the 19th century.
  
 
Jean Menzies was a friend of Carey Stanton's. She was a Santa Barbara historian and volunteer at the Santa Barbara Mission Archives Library. She served on the Santa Cruz Island Foundation Advisory Council until her death in 1993.
 
Jean Menzies was a friend of Carey Stanton's. She was a Santa Barbara historian and volunteer at the Santa Barbara Mission Archives Library. She served on the Santa Cruz Island Foundation Advisory Council until her death in 1993.

Latest revision as of 04:23, 17 January 2021

Jean Storke Menzies, Santa Cruz Island, May 3, 1990

MENZIES, Jean Isabel Storke (1904-1993), an eighth generation Santa Barbaran — the daughter of Thomas More Storke, granddaughter of Charles Albert Storke, and great granddaughter of T. Wallace More. Her great-uncle, A. P. More owned Santa Rosa Island during the latter portion of the 19th century.

Jean Menzies was a friend of Carey Stanton's. She was a Santa Barbara historian and volunteer at the Santa Barbara Mission Archives Library. She served on the Santa Cruz Island Foundation Advisory Council until her death in 1993.


  • Storke, C. A. The English Storkes in America Santa Barbara: Santa Barbara News Press Publishing, 1936. First edition.
[original in SCIF archives]