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1840 US Census: NY, Chenango Co., Bainbridge Village, p209; D. Olendroph: 1 male 20-30 [HofH]; 2 females 20-30, ; 1 male under 5: ; 1 male 5-10:; 2 males 15-20:, ; 1 male 50-60
1850 US Census: NY, Chenango Co, Town of Bainbridge, p458b; Daniel A Olendorf, 36 [NY, farmer]; Emeline, 31, Oscar, 11; Albert, 9; Jane A, 6; Juliet, 4; Robert M, 1; James Olendorf, 19 [farmer] (brother); (p459) Henry Olendorf, age 60 (father) [[all NY]]
1860 US Census: NY, Chenango Co., Afton, p226; Emeline Olendorf, 41 [seamstress]; Oscar, 21; Albert M, 19; Jane A, 16; Juliette, 14; Robert M, 11 [[all NY]]
1870 US Census: NY, Chenango Co., Afton, p11; Oscar Olendorf, 31 [NY, house carpenter]; Emeline, 54 [NY]; Robert, 21 [NY, house carpenter]; Jane, 26 [NY, teacher]; Juliet, 24 [NY, teacher]
1880 US Census: NY, Chenango Co., Afton, ED89, p4C; Emelia Olendorf, 61 [mother-in-law, NY NY Can] [HofH: Andrew Boice]
1900 US Census: NY, Broome Co., Vestal twp., ED49, p220A; Emeline Olendorf, 81 [mother-in-law, Feb 1814, Wd, 5 children, 3 living, NY - - ] [HofH: William Mudge ] 
Family: F1870
 
2
1870 US Census: NY, Chenango Co., Afton, p11; Albert Olendorf, 29 [house carpenter]; Pamelia, 29; Effie, 2; Minnie, 9/12 [[all: NY]] [[listed following to Oscar Olendorf]]
1880 US Census: NY, Chenango Co., Afton, ED89, p10C; Albert M Olendorf, 39 [carpenter & joiner, NY NY NY; Pamelia J, 39 [wife, NY NY NY]; Effie A, 12 [daughter]; Minnie B, 10 [daughter]; Robert A, 8 [son]; Daniel E, 6 [son]; Pamelia J, 4 [daughter] [[children: NY NY NY]] 
Family: F7141
 
3
1880 US Census: NY, Broome Co., Colesville Twp., ED 43, p246A; O D Olendorf, 37 [NY NY NY, carpenter]; Phebe, 34 wife, NY NY NY]; George, 7 [son, NY NY NY; Nellie, 5 [Daughter, NY NY NY]; Joseph, 2 [son, NY NY NY]
1892 NY State Census: Broome Co., Colesville Twp., p2; OD Olendorf, 53 [post master]; Mrs., 46; George, 19 [teacher]; Nellie, 17; Joseph, 14
1900 US Census: NY, Broome Co., Colesville Twp., ED32, p226A; Phebe Olendorf, 54 [Mar 1846, Wd, ? ?, NY NY NY]; Joseph P., 22 [son, S, Sept 1877, NY NY NY, carriage painter] 
Family: F7138
 
4
1880 US Census: NY, Broome Co., Colesville Twp., ED44, p274C; Edward Parsons, 38 [m, NY NY PA, farmer]; Jane, 36 [wife, NY NY NY]; Burton, 7 [son, NY NY NY]
1900 US Census: NY, Broome Co., Colesville Twp., ED33, p11A; Edward Parsons, 58 [Jan 1842, m 29, NY NY NY, farmer]; Jane, 56 [wife, Jan 1844, m 29, 1 child, 1 living, NY NY NY]; Burton, 28 [son, Jun 1872, m 8, NY NY NY, farmer]; Amelia, 32 [daughter-in-law, May 1868, m 8, 0 children, NY NY NY]; Chester, 85 [gdfather, Dec 1814, Wd, NY NY NY]
1910 US Census: NY, Broome Co., Colesville Twp., ED41, p2B; Edward Parsons, 68 [m1 38, NY CT PA, farmer, general farm]; Jane, 66 [wife, m1 38, 1 child, 1 living, NY Germany NY]
1920 US Census: NY, Broome Co., Colesville Twp., ED70, p2B; Burton Parsons, 47 [m, NY NY NY, laborer, farm]; Amelia, 51 [wife, m, NY NY NY]; Jane, 75 [mother, Wd, NY NY NY]
1930 US Census: NY, Broome Co., Colesville Twp., ED7057, p5B; Burton Parson, 57 [m 20, NY NY NY, laborer, town highway]; Amelia, 61 [wife, m 24, NY NY NY]; Jane, 86 [mother, Wd, NY NY NY] 
Family: F7140
 
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1880 US Census: NY, Chenango Co., Afton, ED89, p4C; Andrew J Boice, 46 [NY NY NY, joins wageons]; Julia E, 34 [wife, NY NY NY]; Emelia Olendorf, 61 [mother-in-law, NY NY Can] 
Family: F7142
 
6
1900 US Census: NY, Broome Co., Vestal twp., ED49, p220A; William Mudge, 61 [Nov 1838, m 5, NY NY NY, farmer]; Juliette, 54 [wife, Mar 1846, m 5, 0 children, NY NY NY]; Emeline Olendorf, 81 [mother-in-law, Feb 1814, Wd, 5 children, 3 living, NY - - ] 
Family: F7143
 
7
https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VFS1-CLX
Icaac Jackson, "Pennsylvania, County Marriages, 1885-1950"
Name: Icaac Jackson
Titles and Terms:
Event Type: Marriage
Event Date: 15 Feb 1905
Event Place: Fayette Pennsylvania, United States
Age: 37
Birth Year (Estimated): 1868
Father's Name: Isaac Jackson
Father's Titles and Terms:
Mother's Name: Jane C.
Mother's Titles and Terms:
Spouse's Name: Grace C. Harah
Spouse's Titles and Terms:
Spouse's Age: 33
Spouse's Birth Year (Estimated): 1872
Spouse's Father's Name: John
Spouse's Father's Titles and Terms:
Spouse's Mother's Name: Annette Mc K
Spouse's Mother's Titles and Terms:
Reference ID: 15714
GS Film number: 1318043
Digital Folder Number: 004460685
Image Number: 00577  
Family: F9506
 
8 "Davis - The Settlers of Salem, West Virginia" has marriage date of 22 Oct 1837. Kurt Cook has record that the marriage contract was agreed on 12 Oct 1837 and the ceremony was on 19 Oct 1837. Family: F7634
 
9 "They were married by Johannes Ritzema, minister of the Old Dutch Church. (See Dutch church Marriages, by E. s. Purple, p. 229." Family: F656
 
10 1 REFN 10417 Family: F7699
 
11 1 REFN 10517 Family: F7706
 
12 1 REFN 10520 Family: F7707
 
13 1 REFN 10521 Family: F7709
 
14 1 REFN 14768 Family: F7718
 
15 1 REFN 14769 Family: F7716
 
16 1 REFN 14857 Family: F7703
 
17 1 REFN 14858 Family: F7704
 
18 1 REFN 14865 Family: F7711
 
19 1 REFN 14874 Family: F7712
 
20 1 REFN 14875 Family: F7713
 
21 1 REFN 14881 Family: F7714
 
22 1 REFN 14882 Family: F7715
 
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26 1 REFN 21163 Family: F7722
 
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30 1 REFN 21194 Family: F7708
 
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33 1 REFN 21275 Family: F7736
 
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37 1 REFN 21286 Family: F7749
 
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45 1 REFN 43206 Family: F7763
 
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48 1 REFN 43211 Family: F7766
 
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50 1 REFN 45338 Family: F7702
 
51 1 REFN 45349 Family: F7734
 
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58 1 REFN 53660 Family: F7773
 
59 1 REFN 53663 Family: F7727
 
60 1 REFN 53665 Family: F7778
 
61 1 REFN 53666 Family: F7779
 
62 1 REFN 53667 Family: F7780
 
63 1 REFN 53668 Family: F7781
 
64 1 REFN 53669 Family: F7782
 
65 1 REFN 53672 Family: F7728
 
66 1 REFN 53673 Family: F7729
 
67 1 REFN 53677 Family: F7730
 
68 1 REFN 53678 Family: F7731
 
69 1 REFN 53681 Family: F7732
 
70 1 REFN 53682 Family: F7758
 
71 1 REFN 53705 Family: F7790
 
72 1 REFN 53708 Family: F7791
 
73 1 REFN 53709 Family: F7801
 
74 1 REFN 53711 Family: F7804
 
75 1 REFN 53713 Family: F7792
 
76 1 REFN 53716 Family: F7793
 
77 1 REFN 53718 Family: F7795
 
78 1 REFN 53719 Family: F7797
 
79 1 REFN 53721 Family: F7798
 
80 1 REFN 53724 Family: F7799
 
81 1 REFN 53728 Family: F7809
 
82 1 REFN 53730 Family: F7810
 
83 1 REFN 53731 Family: F7812
 
84 1 REFN 53732 Family: F7813
 
85 1 REFN 53733 Family: F7814
 
86 1 REFN 53735 Family: F7815
 
87 1 REFN 53737 Family: F7816
 
88 1 REFN 53738 Family: F7818
 
89 1 REFN 54274 Family: F7752
 
90 1 REFN 55115 Family: F7787
 
91 1 REFN 57307 Family: F7822
 
92 1 REFN 57951 Family: F7760
 
93 1 REFN 62832 Family: F7825
 
94 1 REFN 62948 Family: F7823
 
95 1 REFN 62961 Family: F7824
 
96 1 REFN 65551 Family: F7832
 
97 1 REFN 65585 Family: F7735
 
98 1 REFN 65627 Family: F7753
 
99 1 REFN 65630 Family: F7701
 
100 1 REFN 65638 Family: F7733
 
101 1 REFN 65641 Family: F7831
 
102 1 REFN 65650 Family: F7754
 
103 1 REFN 65665 Family: F7756
 
104 1 REFN 65671 Family: F7835
 
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106 1 REFN 70514 Family: F7796
 
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108 1 REFN 74212 Family: F7834
 
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111 1 REFN 84787 Family: F7839
 
112 1 REFN 85267 Family: F7830
 
113 1 REFN 85382 Family: F7811
 
114 1 REFN 85409 Family: F7817
 
115 1 REFN 866 Family: F7697
 
116 1 _FA1
2 DATE 1963
2 SOUR S31426
3 DATA
4 TEXT Date of Import: Feb 19, 2001
1 _MEND Unknown 
Family: F4620
 
117 1840 US Census: NY, Broome Co., Colesville, p386; Henry A Olendorf: 1 male 20-30; 1 female 20-30 ; 1 female 40-50 :
1850 US Census: NY, Broome Co., Colesville, p135b; Henry A Olendorf, 39 [merchant, NC]; Pamela, 36 [NY]; Pamela J, 8 [NY]; Mary E, 6 [NY]; Sarah G, 4 [NY]; Lamartin, 2/12 [NY]; John Olendorf, 24 [clerk, NY (brother)]
1860 US Census: NY, Broome Co., Colesville, p6; Henry A Olendorf, 49 [merchant, NC]; Pamela, 45 [NY]; Pamela J, 19 [NY]; Ellen M, 16 NY]; Sarah, 14 [NY]; Lamartine, 11 [NY] Henry, 7 [NY]
1870 US Census: NY, Broome Co., Colesville, p21; Henry A Olendorf, 59 merchant, retail, NC]; Pamelia, 55 [NY]; Lamartin, 21 [farm laborer, NY]; Henry, 17 [NY]
1880 US Census: NY, Broome, Colesville, p.252B; Henry A Olendorf: 70 [father, widower, merchant, NY NY NY] [HofH: M. Olendorf] 
Family: F7145
 
118 A different source mentioned in Antony Maitland's record has the marriage date and location as 12 Nov 1856, Greenville, Westchester Co., New York. Family: F1885
 
119 Abel's first wife was still living when he began his second family with Nancy Ann Turner. Family: F7355
 
120 Abraham Thorne was said to be of Woodbridge and Susannah Webster of Elizabethtown, NJ. Family: F2846
 
121 Added by Jack McAnally: Frost, Ebenezer & Sarah Fairchild 5 Dec 1769: Jonathan Boone, Daniel Little bondsman, Thomas Frohock, wit Consent 3 Dec 1769 from Ebenezer Fairchild for his daughter Sarah. Family: F7867
 
122 Al Albright states that Elizabeth Powell and Thomas Powell were married in Edmond Titus' home. Family: F3358
 
123 Alabama Marriage Collection, 1800-1969
Name: John R Jackson
Spouse: Elizabeth Ann Blakeney
Marriage Date: 12 Mar 1853
County: Sumter
State: Alabama
Performed By Title: Minister
Performed by Name: Daniel Duncan
Source information: Jordan Dodd, Liahona Research  
Family: F9151
 
124 ALT date and place of marriage from site of R. G. Clarke: 20 Jan 1674 at Hempstead, Queens, Co, NY. Family: F1646
 
125 ALT date of marriage from Long Island Genealogy CD is June 19, 1730. Family: F390
 
126 ALT date: Mary Powell Bunker's book "Long Island Genealogies" pg 256 says Elizabeth Mott m Samuel Smith in 1763. Family: F2609
 
127 Alt marriage date fr Jack Springston is 'abt 1796'. Family: F106
 
128 ALT marriage date fr L. Corsa rootsweb: 10 Nov 1821. Family: F1877
 
129 ALT: Daniel's SAR Application says they were married June 23th 1892. Family: F910
 
130 Amy Allen, sister of John R. Jackson was the informant on John's death certificate. Family: F7622
 
131 An ALT marriage location is given by the owner of the Find-a-Grave Memorial for Henry. The date of marriage agrees with the Records of the Jericho Meeting but the location given by F-a-G is Oyster Bay, Long Island, NY. Family: F1210
 
132 Another record says they married in 1862 in Fishkill, Morris Co., New Jersey.  Family: F5989
 
133 Another source says the marriage date was 13 Jan 1868. Family: F141
 
134 April 10, 1660 is when Robert purchased property in Maspeth Kills, Newtown (then Middelburg) Long Island and is probably when he married the Widow Puddington. Family: F365
 
135 As of July, 2010, I have no documentation that this Sarah Jackson married John Ross. It is conjecture based on John's 1805 Will (see his notes) naming his wife Sarah, and the fact that John and Sarah named their first son Jackson. Another of John and Sarah's children was Sarah Ross who married William Foord and named their son William Jackson Foord.

Perhaps more info will be found in the future but the name Jackson seems to run in this family and so bolster's the conjecture that John's wife Sarah was Sarah Jackson.. 
Family: F715
 
136 Barbara Crumpton has a certified copy of their marriage record #15138. James W. Jackson and Ann Baker. 23 Sep 1850 Md 25 Sep 1850 by S. P. McDonald JP. Filed: Loose Leaf Records, page 34. Family: F4452
 
137 Beatrice and Earl divorced in 1962 per the King Family Tree at ancestry.com. Family: F8686
 
138 Beryl had m. 26 Feb 1849, obit says 1848. Family: F469
 
139 Beryl's date of marriage agrees with mine, but he said the marriage took place in Williamsport, MD.!! Family: F408
 
140 Bondsman: William Jackson. William is related as proved by DNA, but is not a father of James. It is conjectured that James in William's nephew and son of John.

Jean Gilmore's book says the marriage bond was dated 21 Dec 1779 Wilkes County and the marriage took place 3 Feb 1779/80. This sounds like Quaker dating to me, Janie. But there is no evidence other than that.  
Family: F7690
 
141 Book 5; pg 90. Family: F251
 
142 Book 8, pg 324 Family: F5676
 
143 Cert # 2040. Family: F1988
 
144 Cheryl Kale notes that the family bible says the marriage was in 1852. Family: F5501
 
145 Chris Jackson has found two marriage records for this couple in the Crawfordsville Public Library:
(1) Hyatt Jackson to Anna L. Jackson on 2 Mar 1882, witness Lee Jackson.
(2) Hyatt Jackson of Crawfordsville (parents William Jackson and Cynthia Craig) to A. L. Jackson (parents James Jackson and Sarah Smiley)
Chris believes the witness, Lee Jackson is Anna's younger brother.
Baby book records in the family have used the names Marcus and Hyatt interchangably; also the names Anna and Luara used interchangably. 
Family: F7738
 
146 Cleveland Family: F5677
 
147 Compiled by: Willard Heiss, Warren County Ohio Marriage Records 1834 - 1854, (Indianapolis 1977).Pg. 37
Name of Groom Name of Bride Date of Marriage Pg. Marriage #
Jackson, Casander H. Wright, Emma Dec. 17, 1849 418 #6920 
Family: F2064
 
148 Copied from Fauquier Virginia message board, posting by Jim Burgess: Carr BAILEY married Mary MINTER about 1753 probably in Prince William County, Virginia. Carr left his will dated 6 Oct 1770. Family: F125
 
149 Copied from Jim Rubbins rootsweb chart:
"More About Townsend Jackson and Mary Seaman: Marriage: October 17, 1770, Hempstead, [Nassau Co.], NY
Mr. Rubbins sources:
(1) Hinshaw, William Wade, Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy, (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1991), 3:487.,
(2) Bunker, Mary Powell, Long Island Genealogies, (Reprint. Originally published: Albany, NY: J. Munsell's Sons, 1895), 224, 151:Mary5 [SEAMAN] m. Townsend Jackson.,
(3) Seaver, J. Montgomery, Jackson Family Records, (Philadelphia, PA: American Historical-Genealogical Society, 1929), 28.)"

Mr. Rubbins has recorded that Townsend Jackson has married both Mary Seaman and Polly Seaman. 
Family: F659
 
150 Cuyahoga County, Ohio, Marriage Records and Indexes, 1810-1973 at ancestry.com
Name: Halsey J Teare
Marriage Date: 5 Oct 1912
Form Type: Marriage
Age: 24
Gender: Male
Birth Year: abt 1888
Father's Name: Elmer E
Mother's Name: Louise Jackson
Spouse's Name: Florence Shattuck
Spouse's Age: 26
Spouse's Birth Year: abt 1886
Spouse Father's Name: Elmer E
Spouse Mother's Name: Catherine VanHome 
Family: F3813
 
151 Darrell viewed the Campbell Co., Tennessee Marriage Book A, pg 10. The license was obtained on 25 Apr 1840 and was witnessed by Isaac Cross, JP. Family: F4159
 
152 Database — Lamar Co., TX Marriage Records Marriage Record for David C. Jackson Spouse: Mary Francis Stanley Date: 27 Oct 1869 B/G:Groom County and State: Lamar Co. TX Family: F4470
 
153 Date also given as 13d, 4m, 1887 by Page Jericho MM Members. Family: F8880
 
154 Date based on ages at marriage from the 1930 Census record. Family: F2527
 
155 Date for marriage may be Quaker dating: 20d, 8m, 1743 need to ck. Family: F817
 
156 Date of marriage estimated from date of children's births. Family: F364
 
157 David and Sarah were both 'of Piscataway' when they married in Plainfield Monthly Meeting. Family: F2782
 
158 Divorced by 1915. Family: F4574
 
159 Doddridge County WV Marriages 1845-1937, Wes Cochran, 2515 10th Ave, Parkersburg, WV 26101 (Jan 1993), Identified as Aaron Stutler, widowed, 32, of Harrison Co, son of Elias & Nancy; and Eliza Jane Nicholas, 20, b. Highland Co VA, res. Doddridge Co, dau of Francis & Barbary. Married Jul 15 1866.  Family: F7644
 
160 Doddridge County WV Marriages 1845-1937, Wes Cochran, 2515 10th Ave, Parkersburg, WV 26101 (Jan 1993), Identified as Oliver G. Davis, 18, b. Harrison Co, res. Doddridge Co, son of Jesse J. & Huldah; and Priscilla Maxon, 17, b. Harrison Co, res. Doddridge Co, dau of Gideon & Catharine. Married Jan 13 1864. Family: F7635
 
161 Doddridge County WV Marriages 1845-1937, Wes Cochran, 2515 10th Ave, Parkersburg, WV 26101 (Jan 1993), Identified as William S. Davis, widowed, 65, of Harrison Co, son of William & Hannah; and Hannah Ash, widowed, 53, b. Harrison Co, res. Doddridge Co, dau of Jonathan Hughes. Married Jul 10 1859.  Family: F7640
 
162 Florence T. Jackson's birthday book Family: F2685
 
163 Francena married again in Aug 1914 so this first marriage ended in divorce sometime before then. Family: F465
 
164 From Art Hubbs: A note on the registration: This is a license for the marriage of this couple as there was no Universalist minister on the place. Family: F7488
 
165 From Barbara Crumpton: Jesse Jackson to Louisa Ponan (in index); was actually Ponder.  Family: F7291
 
166 From Barbara Crumpton: License 30 Nov 1859; married 8 Dec 1859 by W. H. Marlow, JP MB 1846-66 /12 Family: F4446
 
167 From Barbara Crumpton: Surety for this marriage was mattew H. Medlin, Madison, TN. (L) 14, Dec 1849 (M) 10 Dec 1849. Family: F4451
 
168 From Bobbie K. Jackson: "There is a note attached to license from L. O. Jackson 'granting permission for marriage to Miss Jocie Kennedy'." Family: F6684
 
169 from Darrell Jackson: Eura' first marriage and date to James Queener is from Campbell Co Marriages, pg 16 and 32 and Book A of the Campbell Co., TN Marriage Book. The county issued a license on the date indicated but the completed marriage certificate was not filed with the county; a common practice during that period of American History. Family: F702
 
170 from Darrell Jackson: Ura's second marriage and date to Isaac Hutson is from Campbell Co marriages, pg 10 and 32 and Book A of the Campbell Co, TN Marriage Book. The county issued a license on the date indicated but the completed marriage certificate was not filed with the county; a common practice during that period of American History. Family: F4162
 
171 From Dr. Troha: A search for her name yielded the following wedding announcement [unfortunately, Gertrude M. Hodgens was only the bridesmaid and not the bride]:

The Brooklyn Daily Eagle, Thursday, June 2, 1904, Page 7, Column 2:
[wedding announcement]
"RUSHING—RILEY
...
The best man was Albert B. Palmer and Miss Gertrude M. Hodgens was the bridesmaid."

So this indicates that Herbert H. Jackson had not married her by June of 1904, placing a lower bounds on their marriage date. The will of Theodore Frelinghuysen Jackson-1723 provides a year for an upper bounds of Herbert H. Jackson's marriage date.

The Brooklyn Daily Eagle, Wednesday, September 3, 1913, Page 4, Column 5:

"JACKSON LIBERAL TO NEPHEWS IN WILL
...
Other bequests are as follows: ... Long Island Loan and Trust Company, $10,000 for the support of Herbert H. Jackson, nephew, for life, then to his wife; ..."

So Herbert H. Jackson was already married in 1913 when the will was written.
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On the 1910 Census Herbert was living with his elderly grandfather Hasbrouck, an elderly aunt and two household servants. He was still single at the time of the census enumeration. 
Family: F8771
 
172 From genealogy of Mary (Molly) Dixon: "As she was underage her father John Burch had to sign for her to marry. He wrote 'Let Myrtle Burch marry Luther Childs'." Family: F7609
 
173 From image: "Father present for daughter and consenting." Family: F7552
 
174 From Janis Owens: Rander went to Texas, Omie stayed in Alabama. Family: F7238
 
175 From John A. Hewlett: "Charles' probate file #2202 in Riverhead, one witness is William Bush." Family: F3430
 
176 From Mary Foster Ludvigsen: Ceremony performed by Elder Robert Feake. Family: F2601
 
177 From Morgan Co., Tennessee records:
Marriage License issued: 15 Feb 1875; married 23 Sep 1875 by R. O. Taylor, Minister
Film # 0978841, Mo. Co., Marr. Rec., 1862-1910 
Family: F4810
 
178 From research of Janeen Proctor: Montgomery Co., Indiana, Book # 3, pg 34. Family: F7828
 
179 From Rubins site: "Nathaniel Townsend had mar (2nd), by Friends ceremony, in November 1739, Mrs. Martha (Doughty) Hicks...." Family: F14
 
180 From source book, pg 31: "Second int. declared Dec. 16, 1761." Family: F819
 
181 From source doc, pg 17: 'marriage of John Shotwell and Elizabeth Amith reported at meeting held Dec., 1734/5." Family: F2812
 
182 From Wayne Carter: Marrage rec. found in Eastland Co., TX., Vol. 11, page 392. Lic. issued on 2-7-25 and they married in Cisco, Tx. on 28th. Church of God, Rev T. H. McNeill. Family: F7395
 
183 George was a widower. Family: F2977
 
184 Georgia Marriages to 1850 at ancestry.com
Name: Benjamin Jackson
Spouse: Betsy Harris
Marriage Date: 2 Jan 1808
Marriage County: Jackson
Marriage State: Georgia  
Family: F4378
 
185 Hans Hammer's site gives a marriage date of 'abt 1750'.
Jim Rubins' site gives an ALT birth date of 18 Jun 1767.
Since Rubins' site gives a Quaker birth date for Jerusha of 1 Mar 1747/1748, I am going to assume a marriage date of 'abt 1746'. 
Family: F1669
 
186 Hans Hammer's site has that Deborah and William married 13 Apr 1778 in Purchase, Westchester, NY.
Jim Rubins's site has that they married 15 Mar 1780, with no location mentioned. 
Family: F3701
 
187 Harrison County WV Marriages 1785-1894, Wes Cochran, 2515 10th Ave, Parkersburg, WV 26101 (1985), Identified as Benjamin W. Bee, widowed, 60, b. Harrison Co, res. Lewis Co, son of Ezekiel & Elizabeth; and Emma Davis, widowed, 49, of Harrison Co, dau of Isaac & Burgley. Married Dec 26 1893. Family: F7646
 
188 Hinshaw's Quaker records indicate "married before March 26, 1740. Solomon acknowledged marriage out" (outside the Quaker Faith). Family: F673
 
189 I have found two locations for the marriage of Sarah Kirby and David Seaman. I don't know which is correct. Donna Barraclough-Little has that they were married in Jericho, Nassau, New York. Jim Rubins has that they were married in Scituate, Rhode Island. Family: F1699
 
190 I have the orginial beautifully handwritten marriage certificate, mounted and framed. The ceremony was performed by Rev. George W. Poynter and witnessed by Rachel Belford and Thomas Wilson. Rachel was Hannah's sister and Thomas was to become Rachel's husband. Family: F407
 
191 In the 1900 census it was reported that they had been married 31 years; therefore, an estimated date of marriage is 1869. Family: F3210
 
192 In the 1900 census Lizzie says she is 16 years old and has been married for 3 years. They have no children yet. I have not estimated a marriage year for them, as this sounds a bit doubtful. Family: F7186
 
193 In the Historical Stories section, in the Early Calhoun County History article, seventy year old 'Aunt Betty' Stallman Jackson Ferrell says she married Benjamin Jackson on Nov 4, 1839. Perhaps the earlier date I have is the date of the license and the Nov 4th date is the date of the actual ceremony. I don't have the actual marriage record on hand and cannot verify one way or the other. Family: F413
 
194 In the list of Tennessee Marriages at ancestry.com there is a marriage between W. J. Peters and M. A. Jackson that is dated 18 Nov 1890. It is possible that that record refers to this couple, but I can't say for positive. Family: F4207
 
195 Indiana Marriage Collection, 1800-1941
Name: Cecil Floyd Cornell
Spouse Name: G W Cambrel
Marriage Date: 22 Nov 1911 Marriage County: Montgomery
Birth Date: 27 Jan Age: 22
Source Title 1: Montgomery County, Indiana
Source Title 2: Index to Marriage Record 1860 - 1920 Inclusive Vol
Source Title 3: W. P. A. Original Record Located: County Clerk's O
Book: 19 OS Page: 48 
Family: F7785
 
196 Info from image of the actual bond signed by William Jackson and Jonathan Hughes. The date is clearly 11 July 1786. The image is available on this site in the Conflicting Data section. Family: F7498
 
197 Jackson, Mary B.; Fayette Co.; Fayette Co.; 28; W; June 22, 1887; William M. Younlie?; Pilot; Pittsburgh; Ohio; 39; W; Fayette Co.

https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VFSY-167
Mary B. Jackson, "Pennsylvania, County Marriages, 1885-1950"
Name: William M. Greenlee
Titles and Terms:
Event Type: Marriage
Event Date: 22 Jun 1887
Event Place: Brownsville, Fayette, Pennsylvania, United States
Age: 39
Birth Year (Estimated): 1848
Father's Name: Morris Greenlee
Father's Titles and Terms:
Mother's Name: Catharine Greenlee
Mother's Titles and Terms:
Spouse's Name: Mary B. Jackson
Spouse's Titles and Terms:
Spouse's Age: 28
Spouse's Birth Year (Estimated): 1859
Spouse's Father's Name: Isaac Jackson
Spouse's Father's Titles and Terms:
Spouse's Mother's Name: Jane Jackson
Spouse's Mother's Titles and Terms:
Reference ID: v 1 cn 791
GS Film number: 1318030
Digital Folder Number: 004460680
Image Number: 00041  
Family: F10131
 
198 Jackson-Hall Wedding Held at Columbus
Miss Helen Chatville Hall of Parkersburg and Mr. Delmas Jackson of Big Springs, West Virginia, were married May 8 at Columbus, Ohio, and announcement has been made by the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hall. The marriage was a quiet one and occurred at the home of a Methodist Episcopal pastor of Columbus, wirh no attendants present. The bride has made her home in Columbus during this past year with her mother and elder sister, Miss Mary Hall, and Mr. Jackson has been studying at Ohio State University for the past two years. They will leave the first of June on a motoring trip.
Mrs. Jackson is the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hall. She studied at the Kunst Private School in this city, also at the high school and this year has been studying art in Columbus.
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Jackson of Calhoun county are the parents of Mr. Jackson. His father is identified with state banks and the lumber business, and Mr. Jackson spent the first two years in high school in Big Run, after which he came to Parkersburg to complete his course. He expects to finish his college course at Columbus, and they will make their home there immediately.

It is unknown which of the two Parkersburg papers this was cut from; either the Parkersburg News or the Parkersburg Sentinel.  
Family: F399
 
199 James is said to have 'been delt with harshly for marrying too soon after his first wife's death." He married Abigail 52 days after Rebecca's death. I have found no record of her maiden name. Family: F8
 
200 Janie: In the 1910 Census it is recorded that they have been married 19 years; which would have made their marriage date abt 1891. So the 1893 date may be in error or perhaps the years married was misstated to avoid embarrasement to the first born child. I have not seen a court house record of the marriage. Family: F4221
 
201 John Hedger of Sommerset and Mary Fitz Randolph of Woodbridge. Family: F1300
 
202 Johnson City, Tennessee by Dr. F. F. Brown. Family: F345
 
203 Joyce Poole's source: First Presbyterian Church Records, New York; Record: M.B., Volume IV, OS page 140, Under: New York Marriages 1600-1784 Record Family: F1875
 
204 Laura was the second wife of Lyman Chandler; he had first married Mary Elizabeth Jackson, Laura's sister. After Mary died, Laura married her sister's husband Lyman. He lived only a few years after their marriage and she remarried C. A. McCarty in 1869. Family: F585
 
205 license dated 24 May 1764 Family: F3619
 
206 License issued as Robert. Family: F7290
 
207 Location of marriage and date of 14 Jun 1924 was contributed by Linda Peling Alessio. She got it from Ralph's family in Hollard Patent, NY.
Elizabeth Archer has contributed a marriage date of 15 Jun 1933. I do not know her source.
Perhaps someone has access to vital records?? 
Family: F3087
 
208 Marie & Obbie were married when he came home on leave from the Army. Family: F4627
 
209 Marriage and Marriage Bond information contained in the Revolutionary War Service Pension Application of John Norris.
Capt. John Norris and Mary Jones March 25, 1782 in Fauquier Co., VA Bondsman, William Tomlin.  
Family: F10389
 
210 Marriage announcement provided by Janeen Proctor:
Crawfordsville Daily Journal- Wed April 20 1927- pg 5, col 2-
Jackson- Bond
Miss Helen Bond and Athel Jackson were united in marriage Saturday, April 16, by Rev Wilson at his home. Mr. Jackson has been employed at the Prest-O- Lite factory at Indianapolis for some time where they will make their home. Mrs. Leiah Branson and Miss Bonnie Jackson were the only attendants at the ceremony. 
Family: F7745
 
211 Marriage bond made 8 Mar 1840 by james W. Jones in Sumter Co., AL, issued on 10 Mar 1840. Info provided by Bob Mitchell. Family: F4349
 
212 Marriage date calc from age at marriage recorded in the 1930 census. Family: F2342
 
213 Marriage Index NYC 1600s - 1800s FTM CD#239. Family: F2124
 
214 Marriage Record Detail...
Date: 15 Sep 1887
Place: Harrison, West Virginia
Bride Groom
Name: E. Sophia Swisher Wm. A. Jackson
Birth Date:
Birth Place:
Age at Marriage: 26y 22y
Marital Status
Prior to Marriage:
Mother: Emily Swisher S. A. Jackson
Father: L. D. Swisher J. W. Jackson

I checked the image on the WVculture site because some records say the date of the marriage was 25 Sep 1887. The image was not the minister's return, just a record book. 
Family: F308
 
215 marriage source: http://www.rootsweb.com/~arlonoke/marriage_index_i_and_j.htm
JACKSON, BEATRICE 18 ROCHELL, OTTIE 20 17-SEP-1915 
Family: F6698
 
216 Married 14 of 3m, 1867. This is Quaker dating and equals 14 May, 1867. Family: F691
 
217 Married 17 years on the 1900 census. Family: F1954
 
218 Married at the Swedborgian Church on Longworth St. per James Brewer's site. Family: F1195
 
219 Married by Benjamin Cole, JP. Family: F4169
 
220 Married by J.W. Hatton, JP, Richmond, Little River Co., Arkansas Family: F4585
 
221 Married by James C. Jackson, J.P. Family: F10076
 
222 Married by Rev. A. M. Reed of Jamestown, Chautauqua Co., New York. Family: F9113
 
223 Married in Lueders, Texas, Jones County at the First Baptist Parsonageby the Pastor ; Rev. Roy Clyton. (Was probably supposed to be Claytonbut this is the way mother spelled it in her bible) Witness; Mrs. RoyClyton, pastor's wife. Family: F4602
 
224 Martie's source: 1553288 IGI Record. Family: F1273
 
225 Mary Powell Bunker, pg 76 gives a marriage date of 11 Nov 1773. But the New York Biog & Gen Soc "The Record" 1883 Vol 14, pg 44 gives marriages performed at St. George's Church and the date is Family: F3499
 
226 Minister was Frederick H. Standsfield, Episcopalian.
Audrey reports they eloped. 
Family: F2684
 
227 Mr. Kenneth Ray has an alternate date of marriage of 14 Mar 1894. Family: F4254
 
228 Mrs. Keifer's record says this marriage was 6 Apr 1852. Family: F757
 
229 Name is shown as S. A. Johnson on Smith County certificate per ancestry chart of pj. Family: F5736
 
230 New Jersey, Marriages, 1678-1985 at familysearch.org
groom's name: Daniel Lamson
bride's name: Pheobe Jackson
marriage date: 03 Feb 1810
marriage place: , Morris, New Jersey
indexing project (batch) number: M52607-1
system origin: New Jersey-VR
source film number: 1314454 
Family: F9791
 
231 New Jersey, Marriages, 1678-1985 at familysearch.org
groom's name: David Jackson
bride's name: Prudence Hathaway
marriage date: 14 Jan 1809
marriage place: , Morris, New Jersey
indexing project (batch) number: M52607-1
system origin: New Jersey-VR
source film number: 1314454  
Family: F55
 
232 New Lebanon is a town bordering Massachusetts. Family: F1057
 
233 Newspaper Extractions for the Northeast:
At Hicksville, by Judge Onderdonk, on Thursday evening, the 8th inst., Thomas Jackson of Hicksville to Esther Maria Willis of the same place. 
Family: F666
 
234 Notes Contributed by Frank M. Jackson:

"Newspaper notice

"According to a 'Return of a Marriage' certficate (# 791) filed with the Bureau of Vital Statistics of New York State, Frank Fletcher Jackson and Florence Sophia Tuthill were married on 15 Apr 1903 in Remsenburg, NY. The occupation of the groom is salesman and neither have been married before. He was born in Brooklyn, NY to Frederick Jackson and Florence Fletcher and she was born to William M. Tuthill and Susan Sophia Tuthill. An accompanying Certificate of Marriage reports that they were married on 15 April 1903 in Remsenburg, NY before clergyman, Walter ? Hammond with the bride's parents, Wm. M. Tuthill and S.S. Tuthill as witnesses." 
Family: F2687
 
235 Notes taken from unpublished work of Willard S. Moore received from him January, 2008:
" 'The New York Evening Post' of Tuesday, 4 February 1823, reported the marriage, at Islip, L.I., Thursday evening last (i.e., 30 January 1823), by Rev. Mr. Seabury, of Luther Vandermark of Orange Co., to Margaret Jackson, daughter of James of Islip." His source was Gertrude A. Barber, comp., "Marriages Taken from The New York Evening Post," 23 vols, in 17 (1933-1948), New York Genealogical and Biographical Society, New York, N.Y., 1:5. 
Family: F2624
 
236 Notes taken from unpublished work of Willard S. Moore received from him January, 2008:
The New York Evening Post' reported 17 February 1825 "MARRIED, at Islip, L.I. on Saturday evening, Jan. 22d, by the Rev. Mr. Seabury, Mr. Richard J. Scudder, son of Col. Tredwell Scudder, to Miss Elizabeth, daughter of Mr. James Jackson, all of that place."

Contact webmaster (Janie) for Mr. Moore's sources. 
Family: F685
 
237 O. B. Robbins has marriage date of Jan 16, 1823 Family: F743
 
238 OBR has marriage date of 30 Nov 1871, but a Halsey researcher, has corrected that date to be 30 Nov 1851. Family: F1052
 
239 OBR has marriage in Knox County, Iowa. There is no Knox County in Iowa and as she was from Knox County, Ohio, it is assumed the marriage took place in Ohio. Family: F751
 
240 OBR in error here. Plain Dealing is in Louisiana. Toni Verbois says the marriage is recorded in the Caddo Parrish (Louisiana) Courthouse, Marriage Records Book 21, page 548. Family: F821
 
241 Ohio, Marriages, 1800-1958 at familysearch.org
groom's name: Benjamin W. Browne
bride's name: Maude H. Goodrich
marriage date: 12 Oct 1885
marriage place: Cuyahoga County, Ohio
indexing project (batch) number: M00072-6
system origin: Ohio-VR
source film number: 0877923  
Family: F3815
 
242 On 29 April 1933 in Wytheville, Wythe Co., VA, she married her sister-in-law Nellie’s widower, William Jackson Fickle Family: F305
 
243 On this marriage record his name is listed as Abner. Family: F9242
 
244 Oregon, Marriages, 1853-1935 at familysearch.org
Name: W. H. Abeene
Spouse's Name: Edith V. Thompson
Event Date: 01 Jul 1894
Event Place: , Douglas, Oregon
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: M59386-4
System Origin: Oregon-ODM
GS Film number: 1205548 
Family: F10220
 
245 per 1910 census. Family: F1981
 
246 Per Joyce Bell: "Thomas Horn was the widower of Nancy's sister, Elizabeth." But I have no sister Elizabeth, so perhaps she was a half-sister, d/o Abiud and his second wife. Family: F8787
 
247 Per Paula Mellor: The marriage bond was dated 6 Jun 1872; the bond return was dated 9 Jun 1872. Family: F220
 
248 PPH: The couple eloped from Chilhowie to Bristol, TN. Family: F186
 
249 Previous error: 10 May 1737 was the date of a marriage between a Joseph Jackson and a Mary Robinson. This has proven to be a different Joseph and Mary as Joseph's wife Annie didn't died until 1760 and he later married a wife named Mary.

Historical records stated that "they" came to New Jersey in 1731 from Jamaica, Long Island. This indicates that probably Joseph was married by that time.  
Family: F1
 
250 Provided by R. Jackson: Taken from the Old Marriage Book records at the Lewis County Courthouse: Note: Reference follows each line (Old Marriage Bk #, page #) [Submitted by Debbie Ullom]
September 17, 1821 - Marriage bond for Miss HANNAH BAILEY (daughter of MINTER BAILEY) and STEPHEN P JACKSON.
Bondsmen: STEPHEN P JACKSON and WILLIAM BAILEY (1, 142)
September 20, 1821 - HANNAH BAILEY married STEPHEN P JACKSON by A C HOLDEN (1, 157)  
Family: F84
 
251 Published in History of the Jackson Family of Hempstead, Long Island by Oscar Burton Robbins, pg 209:
Be His Tootsie-Wootsie for the Second Time
Special to the Tribune
Storm Lake, In, July 26 - Two well known Storm Lake residents were married in Cherokee a few days ago. They were Mrs. Lura Kaufman and A. W. Kaufman of this city. Years ago they were man and wife, but six months ago decided to quit and secured a divorce. They were not happy or satisfied after the separation, and so in the good old summertime, they decided to forget and forgive, and the wedding ensued. Mr. and Mrs. Kaufman went to Watertown, S. D. on their wedding trip. 
Family: F984
 
252 Quote from The Record Oct 1888, pg 157: "Abraham m Mary shotwell, marriage permitted by the Woodbridge NJ, meeting 7, 9mo., 1717, he bringing a certificate from Flushing." Family: F2799
 
253 Record for their marriage is found at www.usgenweb.com/Pennsylvania/Fayette County:
Jackson, Carrie C.; Fayette Co.; Fayette Co.; 23; W; Dec 20, 1888; Edgar S. Kirkadden; Salesman; Pittsburgh; Armstrong Co.; 26; W; Fayette Co.

But note the different spelling of Edgar's name from the record at www.familysearch.com/Pennsylvania, County Marriages, 1885-1950:
https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VF3N-T47
Carrie C Jackson, "Pennsylvania, County Marriages, 1885-1950"
Name: Edgar S Kiskaddon
Titles and Terms:
Event Type: Marriage
Event Date: 20 Dec 1888
Event Place: Fayette, Pennsylvania, United States
Age: 26
Birth Year (Estimated): 1862
Father's Name: John W Kiskaddon
Father's Titles and Terms:
Mother's Name: Nancy B Kiskaddon
Mother's Titles and Terms:
Spouse's Name: Carrie C Jackson
Spouse's Titles and Terms:
Spouse's Age: 23
Spouse's Birth Year (Estimated): 1865
Spouse's Father's Name: Isaac Jackson
Spouse's Father's Titles and Terms:
Spouse's Mother's Name: Jane Jackson
Spouse's Mother's Titles and Terms:
Reference ID: CN 1727
GS Film number: 1318031
Digital Folder Number: 004460771
Image Number: 00537

The 1880 census record for John Kiskaden has been offered an ALT spelling by another user saying the spelling should be Kiskadden.
 
Family: F10129
 
254 Record of Marriages performed by Ministers of Christ's Presbyterian Church at South Hempstead, L.I. NY. Family: F8896
 
255 Record of this marriage found both in Oscar Burton Robbins' book on pg 259 and http://www.ingenweb.org/indekalb/other/marriages.txt
1868 June 10, Benj. F. Kennedy to Chloe Ettinger; June 11, L. C. Little, Min. Pres. Church.  
Family: F9046
 
256 record title: West Virginia Marriages, 1854-1932 groom's name: James Stout bride's name: Phebe Jackson marriage date: 23 Dec 1811 marriage place: Harrison, West Virginia bride's mother's name: Jackson indexing project (batch) number: I00404-4 system origin: West Virginia-EASy source film number: 163841 Family: F64
 
257 Research contributed by Dr. Anthony L. Troha:
"Tunkhannock Republican, 7 March 1902
B. H. Brown and Mrs. Daniel Jackson married at the latter's home, in this place, last Saturday evening, by Rev. H. H. Wilbur." 
Family: F8663
 
258 Research of Dr. Troha:
Searching ItalianGen.org for their marriage, I found:

The year of their marriage is different than that cited in her obituary. This listing also provides us with their middle initials.
Bride and Groom: Dorothy G. Jackson and Grover W. Page
Date of Marriage: 1 Aug 1932
County: Manhattan
Certificate: 16583 
Family: F9102
 
259 Residence of Horace R. Fletcher according to marriage certificate Family: F2688
 
260 Rhode Island, Marriages, 1851-1920 at ancestry.com
Name: Frank T Pearce
Spouse: Annie R Gardiner
Marriage Date: 14 May 1873 
Family: F8656
 
261 Sarah A. JACKSON married Henry CURRY, April 11, 1847 in her fathers home, John Jackson, Dublin, Montgomery Co. Alabama. Married by Lewis Jackson justice of the peace.  Family: F4417
 
262 Sarah and Wesley were married by the Rev. Jos Teter on her brother Samuel's birthday.
They have three boys and five girls. 
Family: F1795
 
263 See Notes for Robery Ayres. Family: F40
 
264 See the actual marriage record at http://www.tngenweb.org/morgan/MARRIAGES/JohnsonRoxie.html Family: F4320
 
265 Source below provided by James L. Poole:
"James M. Matthews and Mary Jane Jackson, 12 May 1846. Solemnized 21 May 1846 by Rev. John Q. Prescott, William B. Jackson, Bondsman. James M. Matthews swears that Mary Jane, daughter of Clarissa Jackson is over 18 and that 'I have no parent living except my mother, who lives in South Carolina'."
Source: Pauline Jones Gandrud, Alabama Records, Volume 150, Sumter County, p. 41. 
Family: F10263
 
266 Source book by Oscar Burton Robbins gives their date of marriage as 24 Dec 1912 in Whitley County, Indiana.
The newspaper account of their wedding anniversay party says they were married 25 Dec 1912 in Thorncreek township, Whitley County, Indiana. Jesse's obituary says he was married 12 Dec 1912. 
Family: F915
 
267 Source doc, pg 21: " 'Mary Fitz Randolph is disowned for marriage to her first cousin.' In his will, dated May 12, 1779, Jacob mentions his wife Mary." Family: F717
 
268 source: website http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~boulinea/86_1.htm Family: F5796
 
269 Steven Cavanaugh says that Audrey Jackson and Harry Leet were married before 1794 in Prince Edward County, Ontario, Canada. Family: F2877
 
270 Take NOTE of this record: Georgia Marriages to 1850 at ancestry.com http://search.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=2085
Name: Isaac Jackson
Spouse: Miriam Pugh
Marriage Date: 17 Jul 1807
Marriage County: Jackson
Marriage State: Georgia
It appears that this compiled record of marriage is in error. Ancestry says these records are compiled from various records and books and does NOT say the marriages are compiled from original documents. This may be the date of Isaac's birth instead! But he did marry Miriam Pugh. It is only the date that is questionable. 
Family: F4479
 
271 Tennessee State Marriages, 1780-2002 about Susie Jackson
Name: Susie Jackson
Spouse: Leonard Ruffner
Marriage Date: 5 Dec 1925
Marriage County: Morgan 
Family: F4276
 
272 Texas Marriages 1837-1973 at familysearch.org
groom's name: E. C. Mixon
bride's name: M. E. Mcdonald
marriage date: 07 Apr 1881
indexing project (batch) number: I02582-4
system origin: Texas-EASy
source film number: 1024887 
Family: F9418
 
273 Texas, Marriages, 1837-1973 at familysearch.org
groom's name: Bruce Allison
bride's name: Mrs. Julia Cox
marriage date: 24 Aug 1935
marriage place: Granbury, Hood, Texas
groom's marital status: Unknown
bride's marital status: Unknown
indexing project (batch) number: M00180-1
system originTexas-EASy
source film number: 1 
Family: F9725
 
274 Texas, Marriages, 1837-1973 at familysearch.org
groom's name: J. C. Campbell
bride's name: Nancy Mcdonald
marriage date: 08 Sep 1898
marriage place: Montague, Montague, Texas
indexing project (batch) number: M59255-4  
Family: F9429
 
275 Texas, Marriages, 1837-1973 at familysearch.org
groom's name: John A. Halbrooks
bride's name: Fanney Walton
marriage date: 30 Apr 1869
marriage place: Grayson County, Texas
indexing project (batch) number: M00037-3
system origin: Texas-EASy
source film number: 1290411 
Family: F9459
 
276 the 1850 Liberty Twp., Butler Co., Ohio Census shows John Webster with his second wife and her two children by a former marriage. The youngest child, Daniel McClellan, was born in 1836. I am assuming John and Eleanor marrieed sometime after his birth. Family: F3950
 
277 The 1900 census estimates their marriage date as 1873 but that date appears unlikely. In the 1880 census Mary is listed with a 5 year old son from a previous marriage. I calculate that the marriage took place anytime between the time of conception of the 5 year old and the time of the census enumeration.  Family: F7881
 
278 The actual marriage certificate #227 is recorded in Putnam Co., Illinois Clerk's Office.
Marshall County was not organized until the following year (1839). 
Family: F686
 
279 The bond was signed 29 Apr 1850 by Stephen Ash and his father Adam Ash. The marriage was performed 6 May 1850 in Clarksburg per the marriage return. Family: F7551
 
280 The couple divorced abt 1818 and he married (2) Sarah 'Sally' Morris, d/o George Morris. Family: F8786
 
281 The DAR record has the 12th as the day of marriage. The West Virginia Vitals Online site transcription has the 21st. The actual image is illegible. Family: F7511
 
282 The date was estimated to be the same year that Mary Ann transferred her church membership to the same Presbyterian Church in Rockaway that her husband already belonged to. Family: F105
 
283 The fact that Josephine and Emmett divorced is from Michael Anthony. No record of this couple has been found yet in the 1930 census.  Family: F1975
 
284 The Hans Hammer site has that Jerusha married James Maynard abt 1771; but Jim Rubins site has that they married 'bef 1819'. As this marriage is listed second on each site, I'm going to assume this was a second marriage for Jerusha and will accept the 1819 date. Family: F3703
 
285 The image of this marriage record is available at http://www.wvculture.org/vrr/va_select.aspx . Family: F61
 
286 The LDS site has this marriage listed as 26 Dec 1889 in Prairie, Arkansas. Family: F6692
 
287 The long island genenalogy source written by H. P. Hedges in 1897 says they married 12 Jul 1834; the Jones family source says they married 12 Jul 1838. Family: F3832
 
288 The Maitland sites says date is 11 Aug 1730. Family: F2135
 
289 The marriage bond was posted 21 Jun 1819 and the ceremony was performed on 22 Jun 1819 by Zebulon Maxson. Family: F7502
 
290 The marriage bond, dated 23 Dec 1823, says that Hannah is the d/o 'Jno Hughes'. Both Adam Ash and Hannah's brother Martin Hughes signed the bond by making their X. Image of the bond is available at West Virginia Vital Records site. The transcriber of the bond gives Abigail Hughes as mother and has mis-read the father's name as Iona; image reads Jno.

Suzan Wedig, descendant and researcher, has said the actual ceremony was held at Center Point, Harrison Co., Virginia on 25 Dec 1823. 
Family: F7524
 
291 The marriage of Van Jackson and Margie Thompson is recorded at FamilySearch.org as 3 Feb 1929 in Milam County, Texas. Van's memorial page at Find-a-Grave gives a marriage date of 4 Feb 1928. Another family member has said their marriage was 4 Feb 1929 in Tanglewood, Lee County. I'm going to assume the license was taken out on the 3rd in Milam and the ceremony performed the next day in Lee County.
https://www.familysearch.org/search/records/index#count=20&query=%2Bgivenname%3A%22Van%20Phillip%22~%20%2Bsurname%3AJackson~%20%2Bmarriage_place%3ATexas~%20%2Bmarriage_year%3A1925-1930~ 
Family: F6341
 
292 The marriage probably took place in Sussex County, NJ as this site http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=jeff2cox&id=I41251 uses this citation for the marriage: Abstracts of the Sussex County Register Newspaper. Family: F8658
 
293 The marriage record is for Aggie Derrick and Carroll Jackson. Family: F7453
 
294 The marriage record is transcribed thus: 12 Aug 1804; Samuel Jackson and Rachel Doughty of South Hempstead. Family: F3203
 
295 The marriage record was for Anna Jackson and W. A. Alley. Family: F7466
 
296 The marriage record was for R. W. Jackson and L. M. Cowell. Family: F7465
 
297 The Record says that Adam and Sarah married on the same day as their siblings, Elizabeth Mott and John Willis. Family: F2836
 
298 The records of St. George's Church, Hempstead, says they were married at Oyster Bay. Family: F1918
 
299 The Records says that John and Elizabeth married on the same day as their siblings, Adam Mott and Sarah Willis. Family: F2837
 
300 The source for this marriage needs further research as it appears the date given on this website is a date BEFORE the death of John's first wife Jane, as per the date of death visible on her tombstone. Family: F620
 
301 The transcribed marriage record reads Jacob Jackson to Mariam SERING 30 Jan 1773, which was probably the date the license was issued and not the date of the ceremony. Family: F2876
 
302 The transcribed marriage records at ancestry.com say his name was Edward H. Pearson. Family: F8162
 
303 The typed record at WV Vital Records Online has marriage date of 29 Nov 1813. The RootsWeb page of Jon Saunders, citing 'The Settlers of Salem, West Virginia' has marriage date of 25 Nov 1813. The original image at WV Culture site is so faint it is illegible to this reader.  Family: F7541
 
304 The wedding took place at the residence of the bride's father. Family: F2953
 
305 The Williams & Grantham ancestry tree says that Joe Mahan and Rebecca Colvin were divorced 4 Oct 1856. Family: F9250
 
306 Their marriage info is at the bottom of the page. Faint but possible to read. Gives their ages and parents' names.
http://www.wvculture.org/vrr/va_view.aspx?Id=6071&Type=Marriage 
Family: F10251
 
307 Their names on the marriage record are Martin W. Stout and Bird Lorentz. Family: F2156
 
308 There are charts which say Sarah Jackson and John Ross were married in Woodbridge, Middlesex Co., New Jersey but since both parties were born and lived in Guilford, it is assumed the Woodbridge marriage is for a different John and Sarah. Family: F566
 
309 There are two marriage records available for David and Malinda at WVCulture Vital Records Online site.
1) David O. Thompkins marries Belinda Ann Booth 16 Jan 1852 and
2) David C. Thompkins marries Belinda Ann Booth 22 Jan 1852.
Both these old handwritten records were extremely difficult to read.  
Family: F2257
 
310 There is a Riverside in four different counties in California; also there is a Riverside County, CA. I don't know where Mission Inn is. Family: F1838
 
311 There is an obvious error in the year of marriage in the Robbins' book as 1913 is Helga's date of birth not date of marriage. Family: F8167
 
312 There is probably something wrong with this marriage date, but this is the legal document. The minister's return says he married Alice and William on the 1st of September, but the marriage license wasn't issued until the 12th of September. Family: F9897
 
313 There was no children from this marriage. Family: F7045
 
314 There was no date given in this Quaker record. It records "Martha W. Jackson, born 17 of 12m, 1836, dau of Jacob and Abigail Willets, married Townsend Jackson." So were they giving Martha's married last name or had she been previously married to a Jackson?? A record giving a date would probably more sure of her last name. Hmm. . I notice several other records on same page records the marriage with the married name of the bride.  Family: F668
 
315 This marriage is listed at ancestry.com:
Coleman Sellers b 1852 in Ohio
His parents: Coleman Sellers and Cornelia West (Wells)
He married Helen Graham Jackson in Brooklyn, NY on 3 Jun 1880 
Family: F1062
 
316 This marriage record says Estella was born in Barbour County, but her birth record says she was born in Grant District, Harrison County, West Virginia. Family: F9133
 
317 This marriage recorded in Clinton, TN Family: F4223
 
318 This marriages recorded in the records of St. George's Episcopal Church, Hempstead, L.I., NY. Family: F596
 
319 This needs more research. I've found data that claims Annie Titus was Solomon's second wife, but the dates of their children don't support that. Family: F690
 
320 This was a second marriage for both Jane and Hiram. Family: F2172
 
321 This webmaster cannot find a history of Leorin, but I believe it was a small community that is now named Milo. Further information on this would be appreciated. This Milo area is now in Bonneville County, Idaho. Family: F5511
 
322 Two marriage records are available at WVCulture Vital Records Online site, the first giving a marriage date of 13 Apr 1857 and second 30 Apr 1857. Family: F9328
 
323 Wayne Carter has a different date for this marriage. His record: 6 Nov 1879 with no location. Family: F7276
 
324 West Virginia, Marriages Index, 1785-1971 at ancestry.com
Name: Alta Fay Gordon
Gender: Female
Birth Date: abt 1891
Birth Place: Gilmer County, West Virginia
Age: 19
Spouse's Name: Jackson Woodford Law
Spouse Gender: Male
Spouse Age: 22
Spouse Birth Place: Ritchie County, West Virginia
Marriage Date: 20 Feb 1910
Marriage Place: Gilmer, West Virginia
Marital Status: Single 
Family: F2280
 
325 William Roach and John M. Woodyard. bondsmen; Book 4, pg 329. License on the 17th and married on the 20th. Family: F8666
 
326 Witnesses: Elgin (Emma's brother) and Annie Jackson. Family: F2995
 
327 Zella and Waitman married after her sister and his wife, Fanny, died. Family: F2216
 
328 [Jackson.GED]

Cicero and Nancy were married by J.V. Wright, witnesses were Johngillaspie and Maggie Harlan. 
Family: F4584
 
329 [Jackson.GED]

Jeff and Tressie's mother, Ida, were first cousins. 
Family: F4600
 
330 [Jackson.GED]

Leonard was married 4 times 
Family: F4608
 
331 [Jackson.GED]

There were no children from this marriage. 
Family: F4598
 
332 [JCdillard.GED]

George and Clarac were married in his home on the southeast corner ofWalker and Houghton Streets by Reverend J.F. McLean, a Baptist ministerof Reagan and Blue Ridge. They lived there for five years until Claractold him not to come home if he could not find a better place to live.George walked down around the corner and located a house at 525 GiftStreet and Woodland Alley, purchasing the front three-fourth acre lot in1900, and the back three-fourth acre lot in 1917. They built a carriagebarn, planted an orchard, pecan trees, gardens, and a berry patch. Theyhad a well and a cistern, a workshop, storeroom, and a smoke house, andhad a guest house in the back.
George had blue eyes and dark hair that never turned gray. He wasinterested in political and local affairs, always voting until hisdeath. He was a cotton and corn farmer, and ginner -- working at thattrade while in California for three years. In 1916, George and Orr A.Edwards, son of Margie (Dillard) Edwards, was a Jackson cousin of Clarac,bought two sections of land at Encinal, Texas. "Yad" subsequently soldout to George, and the land remained in the family until 1968 when hisdaughter sold it.
George and Clarac Woodland had only one child: Alma ClaracWoodland. She married Kit Carson Pratt. Their only child was AlmaLavonne (Pratt) Rogers. 
Family: F4615
 
333 _UID2FF84A933C5B2A459B4496BADC87244A0A36 Family: F5860
 
334 _UIDB7BE8A0AA84A39439C653D5401AF821D582A Family: F5764
 
335 Oregon, Births and Christenings, 1868-1929 @ familysearch.org
Name: Alexander Verner Abeene
Gender: Male
Birth Date: 26 Aug 1880
Birthplace: Myrtle Creek, Douglas, Oregon
Father's Name: Joe Abeene
Mother's Name: Amitha Flasher
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: I09277-9
System Origin: Oregon-EASy
GS Film number: 2229219
Reference ID: 49553

1900 Census Dist 0063, Oakland, Douglas Co., Oregon
Abien, Martha Head W F Sept 1844 55 Wd 13ch/9 lvg IL NY IL (Amintha)
Abien, Thomas son W M Oct 1872 27 S Oregon NY IL
Abien, Alexander V. son W M Aug 1880 19 S OR NY IL
Abien, Benjamin J. son W M Sept 1882 17 S OR NY IL
Abien, Mary dau W F Aug 1885 14 S OR NY IL
Abien, Pheba J. dau W F Feby 1890 10 S OR NY IL
Abien, Joseph A. son W M Jany 1878 22 M1yr OR NY IL
Abien, Mary B. dau-in-law W F June 1880 19 M1yr 1ch/1 lvg Nevada IL IL
Abien, Joseph H. grand-son W M April 1900 2/12 S OR OR Nevada

1910 Census Dist 0089, Oakland, Douglas Co., Oregon
Aberne, Vernon A. Head M W 29 M1 for9yrs OR NY IL Miller-Flouring mill
Aberne, Mary A. wife F W 27 M1 for9yrs 2ch/1 lvg OR OH OR
Aberne, Royal E. son M W 5 S OR OR OR
Davis, Lane H. Boarder M W 54 M1 for4yrs IN NJ NY

U.S., WWI Civilian Draft Registrations, 1917-1918 at ancestry.com
Name: Abeene, Alexander Verner
Birth Date: 26 Aug 1880
City/County: Douglas
State: OR
Ethnicity: W

1920 Census Dist 0157, Oakland, Douglas Co., Oregon
Abeene, Alexander V. Head Owns M W 39 M OR NY IL
Abeene, Mary A. Wife F W 36 M OR Iowa California
Abeene, Royal E. son M W 15 S OR OR OR

U.S., Social Security Death Index, 1935-Current about Alexander Abeene
Name: Alexander Abeene
SSN: 540-32-1943
Last Residence: 97479 Sutherlin, Douglas, Oregon, USA
Born: 26 Aug 1880
Died: Sep 1968
State (Year) SSN issued: Oregon (Before 1951) 
Alexander Verner Abeene
 
336 U.S., World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 about Benjiman John Abeene
Name: Benjiman John Abeene
County: Douglas
State: Oregon
Birth Date: 29 Sep 1882
Race: White

1900 Census Dist 0063, Oakland, Douglas Co., Oregon
Abien, Martha Head W F Sept 1844 55 Wd 13ch/9 lvg IL NY IL (Amintha)
Abien, Thomas son W M Oct 1872 27 S Oregon NY IL
Abien, Alexander V. son W M Aug 1880 19 S OR NY IL
Abien, Benjamin J. son W M Sept 1882 17 S OR NY IL
Abien, Mary dau W F Aug 1885 14 S OR NY IL
Abien, Pheba J. dau W F Feby 1890 10 S OR NY IL
Abien, Joseph A. son W M Jany 1878 22 M1yr OR NY IL
Abien, Mary B. dau-in-law W F June 1880 19 M1yr 1ch/1 lvg Nevada IL IL
Abien, Joseph H. grand-son W M April 1900 2/12 S OR OR Nevada

1920 Census Dist 0157, Oakland, Douglas Co., Oregon
Abeene, Benjamin J. Head M W 37 OR NY IL
Abeene, Minnie A. Wife F W 33 OR OR OR
Abeene, Glenn R. son M W 7 S OR OR OR
Manning, Ethel E. sister-in-law F W 30 S OR OR OR 
Benjamin John Abeene
 
337 Oregon, Death Index, 1903-1998 at familysearch.org
Name: Claude Vaughn Abeene
Event Type: Death
Event Date: 05 Nov 1995
Event Place: Douglas, Oregon
Birth Date: 01 Aug 1909
Spouse's Name: Uleta Abeene
Certificate Number: 95-24124 
Claude Vaughn Abeene
 
338 Oregon, Marriages, 1853-1935 at familysearch.org
Name: H. L. Wright
Spouse's Name: Ella E. Abeene
Event Date: 20 Dec 1885
Event Place: , Douglas, Oregon
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: M59386-3
System Origin: Oregon-ODM
GS Film number: 1205555 
Ella E. Abeene
 
339 1900 Dist 58, Mill Wood, Douglas Co., Oregon
Abeene, William H. Head W M Jan 1871 29 M6yrs California New York Illinois
Abeene, Edith Wife W F Mch 1876 24 M6yrs 2ch/2 lvg IL IL IL
Abeene, Gladys dau W F Jan 1896 4 S OR CA IL
Abeene, Roby son W M Dec 1897 2 S OR CA IL 
Gladys Abeene
 
340 1920 Census Dist 0157, Oakland, Douglas Co., Oregon
Abeene, Benjamin J. Head M W 37 OR NY IL
Abeene, Minnie A. Wife F W 33 OR OR OR
Abeene, Glenn R. son M W 7 S OR OR OR
Manning, Ethel E. sister-in-law F W 30 S OR OR OR 
Glenn R. Abeene
 
341 Oregon, Marriage Indexes, 1906-1924, 1946-2008 about Ivan A Abeene
Name: Ivan A Abeene
Marriage Date: 22 Jul 1920
County: Lane

Oregon, Death Index, 1903-1998 at familysearch.org
Name: Claude Vaughn Abeene
Event Type: Death
Event Date: 05 Nov 1995
Event Place: Douglas, Oregon
Birth Date: 01 Aug 1909
Spouse's Name: Uleta Abeene
Certificate Number: 95-24124 
Ivan Abeene
 
342 This census page could not be transcribed as it was too faint to be legible. But possibly here is our Joseph Abeene! I believe the Henderlit name will tie into later records. To double check as this 1960 record for Joseph gives an Illinois birth plance. So far, all the census records I've found for Joseph's children state that their father was born in New York - except the 1910 census for John B. J. Abeene (Benjamin) which says his father was born in France. Very possibly that is a clue as Joseph's heritage. I would not be surprised if most of the family spoke with an accent because I've found Joseph's wife, Samantha Amintha listed as Martha and the Abeene name spelled eight different ways.

1860 United States Federal Census about Joseph Abend
Name: Joseph Abend
Age in 1860: 20
Birth Year: abt 1840
Birthplace: Illinois
Home in 1860: Township 1 Range 8, St Clair, Illinois
Post Office: Belleville
Wm H Handerlit 34
Mary A Handerlit 33
Samuel Handerlit 6
Susan Mitchell 5
Joseph Abend 20

1890 Veterans Schedules about Joseph Abeene
Veteran's name: Joseph Abeene
Home in 1890 (Township, County, State): Looking Glass, Douglas, Oregon
Enlisted: June 1861
Discharged: Sept 1864
Rank: Private
Company: Co F
Regiment: 25th Illinois Infantry
Length of Service: 3yrs, 2 months
http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?ssrc=pt_t59496914_p38046174745_kpidz0q3d38046174745z0q26pgz0q3d32768z0q26pgplz0q3dpid_m1&srchb=r&gss=angs-g&rank=1&tid=59496914&pid=38046174745&gsfn=Joseph&gsln=Abeene&cp=0&cpxt=0&msrpn__ftp=Douglas+County%2c+OR&msgdy=1865&mssng0=Samantha+Amitha&mssns0=Flesher&pcat=ROOT_CATEGORY&h=933131&recoff=11+12&db=1890veterans&indiv=1

U.S., Civil War Soldier Records and Profiles, 1861-1865 about Joseph Abeene
Name: Joseph Abeene
Residence: Illinois
Enlistment Date: 4 Jun 1861
Rank at enlistment: Private
State Served: Illinois
Survived the War?: Yes
Service Record: Enlisted in Company F, Illinois 25th Infantry Regiment on 06 Aug 1861.Mustered out on 05 Sep 1864 at Camp Butler, Springfield, IL.
Death Date: 16 Dec 1895
Death Place: Douglas County, Oregon
Sources: Illinois: Roster of Officers and Enlisted Men
Research by Harold Slavik

American Civil War Soldiers about Joseph Abeene
Name: Joseph Abeene
Residence: Onarga, Illinois **
Enlistment Date: 4 Jun 1861
Side Served: Union
State Served: Illinois
Death Date: 16 Dec 1895
Death Place: Douglas County, Oregon
Service Record: Enlisted as a Private on 4 June 1861.
Enlisted in Company F, 25th Infantry Regiment Illinois on 6 Aug 1861.
Mustered Out Company F, 25th Infantry Regiment Illinois on 5 Sep 1864 at Camp Butler, Springfield, IL. 
Joseph Abeene
 
343 1900 Census Dist 0063, Oakland, Douglas Co., Oregon
Abien, Martha Head W F Sept 1844 55 Wd 13ch/9 lvg IL NY IL (Amintha)
Abien, Thomas son W M Oct 1872 27 S Oregon NY IL
Abien, Alexander V. son W M Aug 1880 19 S OR NY IL
Abien, Benjamin J. son W M Sept 1882 17 S OR NY IL
Abien, Mary dau W F Aug 1885 14 S OR NY IL
Abien, Pheba J. dau W F Feby 1890 10 S OR NY IL
Abien, Joseph A. son W M Jany 1878 22 M1yr OR NY IL
Abien, Mary B. dau-in-law W F June 1880 19 M1yr 1ch/1 lvg Nevada IL IL
Abien, Joseph H. grand-son W M April 1900 2/12 S OR OR Nevada

ABEENE - Harold Abeene of 73546 Abeene Lane, London, died July 13, 1987, at the age of 87. He was born April 19, 19000, in Springfield, Oregon. He was a past member of the Church of Christ. He had worked in the woods as a logger for most of his life. He is survived by his wife, Garland C.; 3 daughters: Lucille Lusk and Lovelle Stimmel, both of Cottage Grove and Laveta Hughes of Dallas, Texas; 4 sisters and brothers: Dorothea Hess, Macell Dulley, Claude and Marell Abeene, all of Cottage Grove; numerous grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his sister, Zelma Small and 2 brothers, Ivan and Claris Abeene. Memorial services will be Thursday, July 23, 1987, t 2 p.m. at Bohemia Elementary School, south entrance, 721 South R. St., Cottage Grove. SMITH-LUND-MILLS FUNERAL CHAPEL, directors.
Eugene Register Guard
July 21,1987

Oregon, Death Index, 1903-1998 at familysearch.org
Name: Joseph Harold Abeene
Event Type: Death
Event Date: 13 Jul 1987
Event Place: Lane, Oregon
Birth Date: 19 Apr 1900
Spouse's Name: Garlan Abeene
Certificate Number: 87-13212

United States Social Security Death Index at familysearch.org
Given Name: Harold
Surname: Abeene
Birth Date: 19 April 1900
Social Security Number: 541-07-0220
State: Oregon
Last Place of Residence: Lane, Oregon
Previous Residence Postal Code: 97424
Event Date: July 1987
Age: 87 
Joseph 'Harold' Abeene
 
344 1900 Census Dist 0063, Oakland, Douglas Co., Oregon
Abien, Martha Head W F Sept 1844 55 Wd 13ch/9 lvg IL NY IL (Amintha)
Abien, Thomas son W M Oct 1872 27 S Oregon NY IL
Abien, Alexander V. son W M Aug 1880 19 S OR NY IL
Abien, Benjamin J. son W M Sept 1882 17 S OR NY IL
Abien, Mary dau W F Aug 1885 14 S OR NY IL
Abien, Pheba J. dau W F Feby 1890 10 S OR NY IL
Abien, Joseph A. son W M Jany 1878 22 M1yr OR NY IL
Abien, Mary B. dau-in-law W F June 1880 19 M1yr 1ch/1 lvg Nevada IL IL
Abien, Joseph H. grand-son W M April 1900 2/12 S OR OR Nevada

U.S., World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942 about Joseph Allen Abeene
Name: Joseph Allen Abeene
Birth Date: 16 Jan 1878
Birth Place: Myrtle Creek, Oregon
Residence: Cottage Grove, Oregon
Race: White

Oregon, Marriage Indexes, 1906-1924, 1946-2008 about Joseph A Abeene
Name: Joseph A Abeene
Marriage Date: 13 Jan 1918
County: Douglas
Level Info: Index of Oregon Marriages 
Joseph Allen Abeene
 
345 1900 Census Dist 0063, Oakland, Douglas Co., Oregon
Abien, Martha Head W F Sept 1844 55 Wd 13ch/9 lvg IL NY IL (Amintha)
Abien, Thomas son W M Oct 1872 27 S Oregon NY IL
Abien, Alexander V. son W M Aug 1880 19 S OR NY IL
Abien, Benjamin J. son W M Sept 1882 17 S OR NY IL
Abien, Mary dau W F Aug 1885 14 S OR NY IL
Abien, Pheba J. dau W F Feby 1890 10 S OR NY IL
Abien, Joseph A. son W M Jany 1878 22 M1yr OR NY IL
Abien, Mary B. dau-in-law W F June 1880 19 M1yr 1ch/1 lvg Nevada IL IL
Abien, Joseph H. grand-son W M April 1900 2/12 S OR OR Nevada 
Mary Abeene
 
346 1900 Census Dist 0063, Oakland, Douglas Co., Oregon
Abien, Martha Head W F Sept 1844 55 Wd 13ch/9 lvg IL NY IL (Amintha)
Abien, Thomas son W M Oct 1872 27 S Oregon NY IL
Abien, Alexander V. son W M Aug 1880 19 S OR NY IL
Abien, Benjamin J. son W M Sept 1882 17 S OR NY IL
Abien, Mary dau W F Aug 1885 14 S OR NY IL
Abien, Pheba J. dau W F Feby 1890 10 S OR NY IL
Abien, Joseph A. son W M Jany 1878 22 M1yr OR NY IL
Abien, Mary B. dau-in-law W F June 1880 19 M1yr 1ch/1 lvg Nevada IL IL
Abien, Joseph H. grand-son W M April 1900 2/12 S OR OR Nevada 
Pheobe J. (Babe) Abeene
 
347 1900 Dist 58, Mill Wood, Douglas Co., Oregon
Abeene, William H. Head W M Jan 1871 29 M6yrs California New York Illinois
Abeene, Edith Wife W F Mch 1876 24 M6yrs 2ch/2 lvg IL IL IL
Abeene, Gladys dau W F Jan 1896 4 S OR CA IL
Abeene, Roby son W M Dec 1897 2 S OR CA IL

1910 Census Dist 0078, West Roseburg, Douglas, Oregon
Abeine, William H. Head M W 39 M1 for15yrs California New York Illinois Car reparier-Steam Railroad
Abeine, Edith Wife F W 33 M1 for 15yrs 3ch/2 lvg Illinois Illinois Illinois
Abeine, Sylvia dau F W 9 S Oregon California Illinois
Abeine, Roby E. son M W 12 S Oregon California Illinois

1920 Census Dist 0258, Wendling, Lane Co., Oregon
Abeene, William H. Head M W 48 M California NY IL
Abeene, Edith wife F W 42 M Illinois IL IL
Abeene, Roby son M W 22 S Oregon CA IL
Thompson, Sylvia dau F W 19 M Oregon OR CA IL
Thompson, Bert son-in-law M W 25 M Nebraska Iowa NY
Thompson, Doris grand-dau F W 2/12 S Oregon NE OR

Oregon, Death Index, 1903-1998 at familysearch.org
Name: Roby E Abeene
Event Type: Death
Event Date: 09 Sep 1984
Event Place: Tillamook, Oregon
Age:
Birth Date: 12 Dec 1897
Spouse's Name: Genevi Abeene
Certificate Number: 84-16163 
Roby Abeene
 
348 1910 Census Dist 0089, Oakland, Douglas Co., Oregon
Aberne, Vernon A. Head M W 29 M1 for9yrs OR NY IL
Aberne, Mary A. wife F W 27 M1 for9yrs 2ch/1 lvg OR OH OR
Aberne, Royal E. son M W 5 S OR OR OR
Davis, Lane H. Boarder M W 54 M1 for4yrs IN NJ NY 
Royal E. Abeene
 
349 1910 Census Dist 0078, West Roseburg, Douglas, Oregon
Abeine, William H. Head M W 39 M1 for15yrs California New York Illinois Car reparier-Steam Railroad
Abeine, Edith Wife F W 33 M1 for 15yrs 3ch/2 lvg Illinois Illinois Illinois
Abeine, Sylvia dau F W 9 S Oregon California Illinois
Abeine, Roby E. son M W 12 S Oregon California Illinois

1920 Census Dist 0258, Wendling, Lane Co., Oregon
Abeene, William H. Head M W 48 M California NY IL
Abeene, Edith wife F W 42 M Illinois IL IL
Abeene, Roby son M W 22 S Oregon CA IL
Thompson, Sylvia dau F W 19 M Oregon OR CA IL
Thompson, Bert son-in-law M W 25 M Nebraska Iowa NY
Thompson, Doris grand-dau F W 2/12 S Oregon NE OR 
Sylvia Abeene
 
350 17 Oct 1872 was on the orig record but was hand lined through to be 17 Oct 1882. But his brother was born Sept 1882. the 1930 census shows his age as 57 which would give him an estimated birth year of 1873. So the hand-written 1882 date below is an error.
U.S., Headstone Applications for Military Veterans, 1925-1963 about Thomas E Abeene
Name: Thomas E Abeene
Birth Date: 18 Oct 1882
Death Date: 3 Jul 1957
Cemetery: I O O F Cemetery
Cemetery Location: Oakland, Oregon

1900 Census Dist 0063, Oakland, Douglas Co., Oregon
Abien, Martha Head W F Sept 1844 55 Wd 13ch/9 lvg IL NY IL (Amintha)
Abien, Thomas son W M Oct 1872 27 S Oregon NY IL
Abien, Alexander V. son W M Aug 1880 19 S OR NY IL
Abien, Benjamin J. son W M Sept 1882 17 S OR NY IL
Abien, Mary dau W F Aug 1885 14 S OR NY IL
Abien, Pheba J. dau W F Feby 1890 10 S OR NY IL
Abien, Joseph A. son W M Jany 1878 22 M1yr OR NY IL
Abien, Mary B. dau-in-law W F June 1880 19 M1yr 1ch/1 lvg Nevada IL IL
Abien, Joseph H. grand-son W M April 1900 2/12 S OR OR Nevada

1930 Census Dist 95, Orchard, Lane Co., Oregon
155/156
Abeene, Thomas E. Head M W 57 S Oregon New York Illinois
155/156-A Jones, Frank W. Head ....................
So Thomas was single at age 57 and living either with or in a separate household in a double house or duplex. Thomas owns, Frank Jones rents.
Note that his father is from New York. 
Thomas Elmar Abeene
 
351 1900 Dist 58, Mill Wood, Douglas Co., Oregon
Abeene, William H. Head W M Jan 1871 29 M6yrs California New York Illinois
Abeene, Edith Wife W F Mch 1876 24 M6yrs 2ch/2 lvg IL IL IL
Abeene, Gladys dau W F Jan 1896 4 S OR CA IL
Abeene, Roby son W M Dec 1897 2 S OR CA IL

1910 Census Dist 0078, West Roseburg, Douglas, Oregon
Abeine, William H. Head M W 39 M1 for15yrs California New York Illinois Car reparier-Steam Railroad
Abeine, Edith Wife F W 33 M1 for 15yrs 3ch/2 lvg Illinois Illinois Illinois
Abeine, Sylvia dau F W 9 S Oregon California Illinois
Abeine, Roby E. son M W 12 S Oregon California Illinois

1920 Census Dist 0258, Wendling, Lane Co., Oregon
Abeene, William H. Head M W 48 M California NY IL
Abeene, Edith wife F W 42 M Illinois IL IL
Abeene, Roby son M W 22 S Oregon CA IL
Thompson, Sylvia dau F W 19 M Oregon OR CA IL
Thompson, Bert son-in-law M W 25 M Nebraska Iowa NY
Thompson, Doris grand-dau F W 2/12 S Oregon NE OR

His Find-a-Grave memorial page gives a birth date and location different from the above census records and there is no photo of the gravemarker to back up that different information so it is not used on this site. 
William Henry Abeene
 
352 1930 Census Oakland, Douglas, Oregon
Household Gender Age Birthplace
Head Royal Abeene M 25 Oregon
Wife Ada Abeene F 29 Oregon
Son Royal Abeene Jr. M 3 Oregon
Brother-in-law Rex Adams M 17 Oregon
Boarder Elmer Weekly M 57 Kansas 
Ada V. Adams
 
353 Allie was unmarried. Allie Adams
 
354 1925 Kansas State Census Verdigris, Wilson Co., Kansas
Jackson, Seple H. head M W 28 married KS (Zeph H.)
Jackson, Clair I. wife F W 22 married KS
Jackson, LeClocta F. dau F W 3 single KS
Jackson, Frank H. son M W 2 single KS 
Clara Isabel Adams
 
355 Eva and Albert's birth locations taken from their son's 1910 census record. Eva Adams
 
356 1880 Census, Calhoun, WV
KELLY, L001 Alpheous...WM...23...Farmer...VA...VA...VA Nancy R...WF...20...Wife...Keeping House...VA...VA...VA Grandison Adams...m...WF...29...Farmer...VA...VA...VA Louiza Adams...m...WF...29...Wife...Keeping House...VA...VA...VA Leverna Adams...WF...6/12...Dau...Nov...1879...VA...VA...VA 
Grannison Adams
 
357 In 1910, further down on the same page as I. T. and Martha Adella is John Seborn Jackson:
1910 Census Dist 95, Red Cross, Red River Parish, Louisiana
Jackson, Sebe Head M W 27 M1 for 3 yrs LA TX LA
Jackson, Ida Wife F W 23 M1 for 3 yrs 2ch/1 lvg LA TX LA
Jackson, Wilmer son M W 1 S LA LA LA

1920 U.S. Census Dist 0120, Police Jury Ward 1, Red River Parish, Louisiana
Jackson, John Head owns M W 39 M LA AL AL Farmer-general farm
Jackson, Joel Wife F W 35 M LA AL AL (Ida in 1910, 1930 & 1940)
Jackson, Wilmer Son M W 10 S LA LA LA
Jackson, Clinton Son W W 8 S LA LA LA
Jackson, Lucy Dau F W 6 S LA LA LA
Jackson, Clara Dau F W 4 S LA LA LA
Jackson, John Son M W 2 S LA LA LA
Jackson, Henry Son M W 8/12 S LA LA LA

1930 Census Dist 3, Police Jury Ward 1, Red River Parish, Louisiana
Jackson, Cebron Head W 48 M@26 LA LA LA
Jackson, Ida Wife F W 44 M@20 LA LA LA
Jackson, Lorena dau F W 16 S LA LA LA
Jackson, Cecil dau F W 14 S LA LA LA
Jackson, Johnny son M W 12 S LA LA LA
Jackson, Iola dau F W 9 S LA LA LA
Jackson, Sarah dau F W 4 6/12 S LA LA LA

1940 Census 41-4, Other Places, Red River Parish, Louisiana
Jackson, John S. Head M W 59 M LA
Jackson, Ida wife F W 53 M LA
Jackson, Johnnie son M W 22 S LA
Jackson, Tola dau F W 18 S LA (this is Iola)
Jackson, Sarah dau F W 14 S LA
Jackson, Cecil dau F W 24 S LA 
Ida Adams
 
358 Jared's birthdate calc from his age at death. Jared Adams
 
359 Mary Ann's first husband died before the 1910 census where she and their son Alan were found living back with her parents. They were erroroneously listed as Adams. She later married Edwin Nelson and is buried as Mary Ann Nelson. Her son Alan died young in 1916 and his death record naming both parents was instrumental in finding these folks. Mary Ann Adams
 
360 Dick, Phyllis Arlene
PHYLLIS ARLENE DICK (nee Adams) age 79, formerly of Brecksville. Beloved wife of Thomas Dale; loving mother of Linda J. Busta (Paul), Virginia L. Weerstra (Ronald) and Judy A. Colvin (Ronald); dearest Nana of Elizabeth Dieleman, Rebecca Pilko (Erik), Rachel Koser (Devin), Joel Busta, Phillip and Nicholas Colvin; dear sister of Paul Adams (Dixie), Clark Adams (Bertha), Robert Adams (Kathy) and the late Harold Adams (Betty Ann, surviving); aunt and great aunt of many. Passed away Tuesday, July 17, 2007. Friends will be received by the family at A. NOSEK & SONS, GERBER-McCREERY FUNERAL HOME, 8150 BRECKSVILLE RD. FRIDAY, JULY 20 FROM 6-8 P.M. and at GRACE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, 781 TEREX ROAD, HUDSON, OH 44236 SATURDAY, JULY 21 FROM 9:30-10:45 a.m. where a funeral service will be held at 11 a.m. Interment is at East Claridon Cemetery, in Geauga County for family and those who wish to come. Memorial contributions may be forwarded to: Ligonier Ministries, P.O. Box 863595, Orlando, FL 32886 or Grace Presbyterian Church.

Source: http://www.nosekandsonsinc.com/diphar.html 
Phyllis Arlene Adams
 
361 The source for Virginia has her born in Cartersville, West Virginia. I, Janie, have removed that because I cannot find record of such a place in either Virginia or West Virginia. Virginia Adams
 
362 See Darrell Jackson's website for more on this family:
http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/j/a/c/Darrell-H-Jackson/GENE2-0011.html#CHILD83 
James F. Adcock
 
363 I've been told but have not seen it: ALT d/o/d from Susie Kries book 'Morgan Co Cemetery Book" is 1938. Lloyd P. Adcock
 
364 See Darrell Jackson's website for more on this family:
http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/j/a/c/Darrell-H-Jackson/GENE2-0011.html#CHILD85 
Luiza Mahala Adcock
 
365 See Darrell Jackson's website for more on this family:
http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/j/a/c/Darrell-H-Jackson/GENE2-0011.html#CHILD86 
Mary Ann Adcock
 
366 See Darrell Jackson's web site for more on this family:
http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/j/a/c/Darrell-H-Jackson/GENE2-0011.html#CHILD82

Pleasant 'Pes' Adcock-13051 and Walter Jackson-11824 are 1st cousins. Their common ancestors are William R. Jackson-10085 and Mahala Cooper-10086. In the 1920 Census they are living next household to each other.

1910 Census District 50, Civil Dist 1, Morgan Co., Tennessee
Adcock, Pleas H. head M W 44 M 20yrs TN TN TN
Adcock, Dora S. wife F W 37 M 20yrs 7ch/ 6lvg TN TN TN
Adcock, Fred H. son M W 19 S TN TN TN
Adcock, Minnie E. dau F W 17 S TN TN TN
Adcock, Walter T. son M W 16 S TN TN TN
Adcock, Tilda E. dau M W 15 S TN TN TN (obvious error in gender)
Adcock, Lloyd P. son M W 9 S TN TN TN
Adcock, Odes R. son M W 4 S TN TN TN

1920 Census Dist 47, Civil Dist 1, Morgan Co., Tennessee
Adcock, P. H. head M W 53 M TN TN TN
Adcock, Dora S. wife F W 46 M TN TN TN
Adcock, Loyd son M W 18 S TN TN TN
Adcock, Odis son M W 13 S TN TN TN 
Pleasant H. 'Pes' Adcock
 
367 See Darrell Jackson's website for more on this family:
http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/j/a/c/Darrell-H-Jackson/GENE2-0011.html#CHILD84 
William M. 'Bill' Adcock
 
368 His name as Willie Eugene was taken from cemetery transcription. Dr. Willie Eugene Addison
 
369 Copied from http://www.tngennet.org/morgan/obits/obit-j.html
JACKSON, GEORGIA LORENE, 71, of Coalfield, died Nov. 1, 1996. Preceded by parents, James Adkins and Helen Freeman Sisson and stepfather, Albert Sisson; husband, Glen Ervin Jackson; brother, Jommy Adkins; and great-grandchild, Anthony Vespie.
Survivors: sons, Jimmy and wife Judy Jackson, Wayne Jackson; daughters, Sandra and husband Dave Sands, and Gini and husband Danny Burress. 11 grandchildren, and 8 g-grandchildren. She was a native of Corbin, Ky. Burial in Estes Cemetery. [Morgan County News] 
Georgia Lorene Adkins
 
370 1920 Census Dist 47, Civil Dist 1, Morgan Co., Tennessee
Jackson, Charles Head owns M W 36 M TN TN TN Truck Farm
Jackson, Hattie wife F W 36 M TN TN TN
Jackson, Ishmel son M W 13 S TN TN TN
Jackson, Robert son M W 10 S TN TN TN
Jackson, Bonie son M W 5 S TN TN TN (Barnie)
Jackson, Harlan son M W 3/12 S TN TN TN 
Hattie Alice Adkinson
 
371 Albert Ahring operated a Maid-Rite restaurant.

Missouri Marriage Records, 1805-2002
about Albert Ahring
Name: Albert Ahring
Marriage Date: 1 Jan 1913
Marriage Location: Jackson, Independence, Missouri
Spouse Name: Josephine Jackson

1920 Census Dist 16, Fort Osage, Jackson Co., Missouri
Ahring, Albert G. Head M W 32 M MO Germay Germany
Ahring, Jocie I. wife F W 34 M MO VA PA
Ahring, Clara G. dau F W 5 S MO MO MO
Ahring, J. T. son M W 4 10/12 S MO MO MO
Ahring, Ruby P. dau F W 2 3/12 S MO MO MO 
Albert G. Ahring
 
372 1920 Census Dist 16, Fort Osage, Jackson Co., Missouri
Ahring, Albert G. Head M W 32 M MO Germay Germany
Ahring, Jocie I. wife F W 34 M MO VA PA
Ahring, Clara G. dau F W 5 S MO MO MO
Ahring, J. T. son M W 4 10/12 S MO MO MO
Ahring, Ruby P. dau F W 2 3/12 S MO MO MO

first name: Gertrude
middle name: C
last name: Multhaupt
birth date: 30 April 1914
place of issuance: Missouri
last residence: Jackson, Missouri
zip code of last residence: 64058
death date: February 1995 
Gertrude Clara Ahring
 
373 1920 Census Dist 16, Fort Osage, Jackson Co., Missouri
Ahring, Albert G. Head M W 32 M MO Germay Germany
Ahring, Jocie I. wife F W 34 M MO VA PA
Ahring, Clara G. dau F W 5 S MO MO MO
Ahring, J. T. son M W 4 10/12 S MO MO MO
Ahring, Ruby P. dau F W 2 3/12 S MO MO MO

first name: John
middle name: T
last name: Ahring
birth date: 27 June 1915
social security number: 492-38-7160
place of issuance: Missouri
last residence: Jackson, Missouri
zip code of last residence: 64056
death date: 14 January 1988 
John Thurman Ahring
 
374 1900 Census Dist 0039, Magisterial District 02, Johnson Co., Kentucky
Akers, John Head W M Dec 1860 39 M20yrs KY KY KY Farmer
Akers, Lucina Wife W F July 1861 38 M29yrs 10ch/8 lvg KY KY KY
Akers, Albert L. son W M Apr 1882 18 S KY KY KY Farm laborer
Akers, Robert M. son W M March 1884 16 S KY KY KY Farm Laborer
Akers, Gracie dau W F July 1885 14 S KY KY KY Boarder
Akers, Willie H. son W M June 1888 11 S KY KY KY Farm laborer
Akers, Lou. E. dau W F June 1891 8 S KY KY KY At school
Akers, Samuel K. son W M July 1893 6 S KY KY KY at school
Akers, Hobart son W M Aug 1895 4 S KY KY KY
Akers, Charley B. son W M Oct 1898 1 S KY KY KY

1910 Census Dist 0053, John Creek, Floyd Co., Kentucky
Akers, Albert Head M W 28 M1 for8yrs KY KY KY Farmer - general farming
Akers, Octava Wife F W 29 M1 for8yrs 4ch/4 lvg KY KY KY
Akers, Norman son M W 7 S KY KY KY
Akers, Ella B. dau F W 5 S KY KY KY
Akers, Nancy dau F W 3 S KY KY KY
Akers, Mary dau F W 7/12 S KY KY KY

U.S., World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 about Albert Akers
Name: Albert Akers
County: Floyd
State: Kentucky
Birth Date: 25 Apr 1882
Race: White
Nearest Relative: Mrs. Octava Akers, Dewey, Floyd Co., KY
Dated 12 Sep 1918 
Albert Lee Akers
 
375 1880 Census 046, Johns Creek, Johnson Co., Kentucky
Akers, Robert W M 48 married KY KY KY
Akers, Nancy B. W F 52 Wife married KY KY KY
Akers, John C. W M 20 son married KY KY KY
Akers, Lurina W F 19 dau-in-law married KY KY KY
Akers, James E. W M 18 son Single KY KY KY
Akers, William W M 16 son S KY KY KY
Akers, Robert W. W M 14 son S KY KY KY
Akers, Walter B. W M 12 son S KY KY KY
Akers, Anna W F 8 dau S KY KY KY 
Anna Akers
 
376 1900 Census Dist 0039, Magisterial District 02, Johnson Co., Kentucky
Akers, John Head W M Dec 1860 39 M20yrs KY KY KY Farmer
Akers, Lucina Wife W F July 1861 38 M29yrs 10ch/8 lvg KY KY KY
Akers, Albert L. son W M Apr 1882 18 S KY KY KY Farm laborer
Akers, Robert M. son W M March 1884 16 S KY KY KY Farm Laborer
Akers, Gracie dau W F July 1885 14 S KY KY KY Boarder
Akers, Willie H. son W M June 1888 11 S KY KY KY Farm laborer
Akers, Lou. E. dau W F June 1891 8 S KY KY KY At school
Akers, Samuel K. son W M July 1893 6 S KY KY KY at school
Akers, Hobart son W M Aug 1895 4 S KY KY KY
Akers, Charley B. son W M Oct 1898 1 S KY KY KY 
Charles B. Akers
 
377 1910 Census Dist 0053, John Creek, Floyd Co., Kentucky
Akers, Albert Head M W 28 M1 for8yrs KY KY KY Farmer - general farming
Akers, Octava Wife F W 29 M1 for8yrs 4ch/4 lvg KY KY KY
Akers, Norman son M W 7 S KY KY KY
Akers, Ella B. dau F W 5 S KY KY KY
Akers, Nancy dau F W 3 S KY KY KY
Akers, Mary dau F W 7/12 S KY KY KY 
Ella B. Akers
 
378 1900 Census Dist 0039, Magisterial District 02, Johnson Co., Kentucky
Akers, John Head W M Dec 1860 39 M20yrs KY KY KY Farmer
Akers, Lucina Wife W F July 1861 38 M29yrs 10ch/8 lvg KY KY KY
Akers, Albert L. son W M Apr 1882 18 S KY KY KY Farm laborer
Akers, Robert M. son W M March 1884 16 S KY KY KY Farm Laborer
Akers, Gracie dau W F July 1885 14 S KY KY KY Boarder
Akers, Willie H. son W M June 1888 11 S KY KY KY Farm laborer
Akers, Lou. E. dau W F June 1891 8 S KY KY KY At school
Akers, Samuel K. son W M July 1893 6 S KY KY KY at school
Akers, Hobart son W M Aug 1895 4 S KY KY KY
Akers, Charley B. son W M Oct 1898 1 S KY KY KY 
Grace Akers
 
379 1900 Census Dist 0039, Magisterial District 02, Johnson Co., Kentucky
Akers, John Head W M Dec 1860 39 M20yrs KY KY KY Farmer
Akers, Lucina Wife W F July 1861 38 M29yrs 10ch/8 lvg KY KY KY
Akers, Albert L. son W M Apr 1882 18 S KY KY KY Farm laborer
Akers, Robert M. son W M March 1884 16 S KY KY KY Farm Laborer
Akers, Gracie dau W F July 1885 14 S KY KY KY Boarder
Akers, Willie H. son W M June 1888 11 S KY KY KY Farm laborer
Akers, Lou. E. dau W F June 1891 8 S KY KY KY At school
Akers, Samuel K. son W M July 1893 6 S KY KY KY at school
Akers, Hobart son W M Aug 1895 4 S KY KY KY
Akers, Charley B. son W M Oct 1898 1 S KY KY KY 
Hobart Akers
 
380 1880 Census 046, Johns Creek, Johnson Co., Kentucky
Akers, Robert W M 48 married KY KY KY
Akers, Nancy B. W F 52 Wife married KY KY KY
Akers, John C. W M 20 son married KY KY KY
Akers, Lurina W F 19 dau-in-law married KY KY KY
Akers, James E. W M 18 son Single KY KY KY
Akers, William W M 16 son S KY KY KY
Akers, Robert W. W M 14 son S KY KY KY
Akers, Walter B. W M 12 son S KY KY KY
Akers, Anna W F 8 dau S KY KY KY 
James E. Akers
 
381 1880 Census 046, Johns Creek, Johnson Co., Kentucky
Akers, Robert W M 48 married KY KY KY
Akers, Nancy B. W F 52 Wife married KY KY KY
Akers, John C. W M 20 son married KY KY KY
Akers, Lurina W F 19 dau-in-law married KY KY KY
Akers, James E. W M 18 son Single KY KY KY
Akers, William W M 16 son S KY KY KY
Akers, Robert W. W M 14 son S KY KY KY
Akers, Walter B. W M 12 son S KY KY KY
Akers, Anna W F 8 dau S KY KY KY

1900 Census Dist 0039, Magisterial District 02, Johnson Co., Kentucky
Akers, John Head W M Dec 1860 39 M20yrs KY KY KY Farmer
Akers, Lucina Wife W F July 1861 38 M29yrs 10ch/8 lvg KY KY KY
Akers, Albert L. son W M Apr 1882 18 S KY KY KY Farm laborer
Akers, Robert M. son W M March 1884 16 S KY KY KY Farm Laborer
Akers, Gracie dau W F July 1885 14 S KY KY KY Boarder
Akers, Willie H. son W M June 1888 11 S KY KY KY Farm laborer
Akers, Lou. E. dau W F June 1891 8 S KY KY KY At school
Akers, Samuel K. son W M July 1893 6 S KY KY KY at school
Akers, Hobart son W M Aug 1895 4 S KY KY KY
Akers, Charley B. son W M Oct 1898 1 S KY KY KY

1930 Census Dist 9, Ceredo, Wayne Co., West Virginia
Akers, John C. Head M W 70 M@21 KY KY KY
Akers, Lou S. Wife F W 68 M@20 KY KY KY 
John C. Akers
 
382 1900 Census Dist 0039, Magisterial District 02, Johnson Co., Kentucky
Akers, John Head W M Dec 1860 39 M20yrs KY KY KY Farmer
Akers, Lucina Wife W F July 1861 38 M29yrs 10ch/8 lvg KY KY KY
Akers, Albert L. son W M Apr 1882 18 S KY KY KY Farm laborer
Akers, Robert M. son W M March 1884 16 S KY KY KY Farm Laborer
Akers, Gracie dau W F July 1885 14 S KY KY KY Boarder
Akers, Willie H. son W M June 1888 11 S KY KY KY Farm laborer
Akers, Lou. E. dau W F June 1891 8 S KY KY KY At school
Akers, Samuel K. son W M July 1893 6 S KY KY KY at school
Akers, Hobart son W M Aug 1895 4 S KY KY KY
Akers, Charley B. son W M Oct 1898 1 S KY KY KY 
Louisa 'Lou' Akers
 
383 1910 Census Dist 0053, John Creek, Floyd Co., Kentucky
Akers, Albert Head M W 28 M1 for8yrs KY KY KY Farmer - general farming
Akers, Octava Wife F W 29 M1 for8yrs 4ch/4 lvg KY KY KY
Akers, Norman son M W 7 S KY KY KY
Akers, Ella B. dau F W 5 S KY KY KY
Akers, Nancy dau F W 3 S KY KY KY
Akers, Mary dau F W 7/12 S KY KY KY 
Mary Akers
 
384 Nancy's obituary was copied from her Find-a-Grave memorial page:
"Nancy L. Howell
Ottawa---Nancy Louise Howell, 84, of Ottawa, Boone County, died Thursday, Dec. 5, 1991, in Logan General Hospital after a long illness.
She was a native of Floyd County, KY.
Surviving: sons, John N. of Jeffrey, William of Chapmansville, Howard of North Canton, OH; daughter, Jean L. Henry of Fort Myers, Fla; brother, Marvin Akers of Berea, KY.; Sisters, Ella Belle Moore, Grace Goble, Ethel Hall and Shirley Davis, of Prestonsburg, KY.; six grandchildren; two great-grandchildren.
Service will be 1 pm Sunday at Stevens Funeral home, Madison, with Ralph Caudill and Max Cook officiating. Burial will be in Forest Lawn Cemetery, Pecks Mill.
Friends may call from 6 to 9 pm today at the funeral home."

1910 Census Dist 0053, John Creek, Floyd Co., Kentucky
Akers, Albert Head M W 28 M1 for8yrs KY KY KY Farmer - general farming
Akers, Octava Wife F W 29 M1 for8yrs 4ch/4 lvg KY KY KY
Akers, Norman son M W 7 S KY KY KY
Akers, Ella B. dau F W 5 S KY KY KY
Akers, Nancy dau F W 3 S KY KY KY
Akers, Mary dau F W 7/12 S KY KY KY

U.S., Social Security Death Index, 1935-Current about Nancy L. Howell
Name: Nancy L. Howell
SSN: 235-76-8078
Born: 1 Jun 1907
Died: Dec 1991
State (Year) SSN issued: West Virginia (1964) 
Nancy Louisa Akers
 
385 1910 Census Dist 0053, John Creek, Floyd Co., Kentucky
Akers, Albert Head M W 28 M1 for8yrs KY KY KY Farmer - general farming
Akers, Octava Wife F W 29 M1 for8yrs 4ch/4 lvg KY KY KY
Akers, Norman son M W 7 S KY KY KY
Akers, Ella B. dau F W 5 S KY KY KY
Akers, Nancy dau F W 3 S KY KY KY
Akers, Mary dau F W 7/12 S KY KY KY 
Norman Akers
 
386 1880 Census 046, Johns Creek, Johnson Co., Kentucky
Akers, Robert W M 48 married KY KY KY
Akers, Nancy B. W F 52 Wife married KY KY KY
Akers, John C. W M 20 son married KY KY KY
Akers, Lurina W F 19 dau-in-law married KY KY KY
Akers, James E. W M 18 son Single KY KY KY
Akers, William W M 16 son S KY KY KY
Akers, Robert W. W M 14 son S KY KY KY
Akers, Walter B. W M 12 son S KY KY KY
Akers, Anna W F 8 dau S KY KY KY 
Robert Akers
 
387 1900 Census Dist 0039, Magisterial District 02, Johnson Co., Kentucky
Akers, John Head W M Dec 1860 39 M20yrs KY KY KY Farmer
Akers, Lucina Wife W F July 1861 38 M29yrs 10ch/8 lvg KY KY KY
Akers, Albert L. son W M Apr 1882 18 S KY KY KY Farm laborer
Akers, Robert M. son W M March 1884 16 S KY KY KY Farm Laborer
Akers, Gracie dau W F July 1885 14 S KY KY KY Boarder
Akers, Willie H. son W M June 1888 11 S KY KY KY Farm laborer
Akers, Lou. E. dau W F June 1891 8 S KY KY KY At school
Akers, Samuel K. son W M July 1893 6 S KY KY KY at school
Akers, Hobart son W M Aug 1895 4 S KY KY KY
Akers, Charley B. son W M Oct 1898 1 S KY KY KY 
Robert M. Akers
 
388 1880 Census 046, Johns Creek, Johnson Co., Kentucky
Akers, Robert W M 48 married KY KY KY
Akers, Nancy B. W F 52 Wife married KY KY KY
Akers, John C. W M 20 son married KY KY KY
Akers, Lurina W F 19 dau-in-law married KY KY KY
Akers, James E. W M 18 son Single KY KY KY
Akers, William W M 16 son S KY KY KY
Akers, Robert W. W M 14 son S KY KY KY
Akers, Walter B. W M 12 son S KY KY KY
Akers, Anna W F 8 dau S KY KY KY 
Robert W. Akers
 
389 1900 Census Dist 0039, Magisterial District 02, Johnson Co., Kentucky
Akers, John Head W M Dec 1860 39 M20yrs KY KY KY Farmer
Akers, Lucina Wife W F July 1861 38 M29yrs 10ch/8 lvg KY KY KY
Akers, Albert L. son W M Apr 1882 18 S KY KY KY Farm laborer
Akers, Robert M. son W M March 1884 16 S KY KY KY Farm Laborer
Akers, Gracie dau W F July 1885 14 S KY KY KY Boarder
Akers, Willie H. son W M June 1888 11 S KY KY KY Farm laborer
Akers, Lou. E. dau W F June 1891 8 S KY KY KY At school
Akers, Samuel K. son W M July 1893 6 S KY KY KY at school
Akers, Hobart son W M Aug 1895 4 S KY KY KY
Akers, Charley B. son W M Oct 1898 1 S KY KY KY 
Samuel K. Akers
 
390 1880 Census 046, Johns Creek, Johnson Co., Kentucky
Akers, Robert W M 48 married KY KY KY
Akers, Nancy B. W F 52 Wife married KY KY KY
Akers, John C. W M 20 son married KY KY KY
Akers, Lurina W F 19 dau-in-law married KY KY KY
Akers, James E. W M 18 son Single KY KY KY
Akers, William W M 16 son S KY KY KY
Akers, Robert W. W M 14 son S KY KY KY
Akers, Walter B. W M 12 son S KY KY KY
Akers, Anna W F 8 dau S KY KY KY 
Walter B. Akers
 
391 1880 Census 046, Johns Creek, Johnson Co., Kentucky
Akers, Robert W M 48 married KY KY KY
Akers, Nancy B. W F 52 Wife married KY KY KY
Akers, John C. W M 20 son married KY KY KY
Akers, Lurina W F 19 dau-in-law married KY KY KY
Akers, James E. W M 18 son Single KY KY KY
Akers, William W M 16 son S KY KY KY
Akers, Robert W. W M 14 son S KY KY KY
Akers, Walter B. W M 12 son S KY KY KY
Akers, Anna W F 8 dau S KY KY KY 
William Akers
 
392 1900 Census Dist 0039, Magisterial District 02, Johnson Co., Kentucky
Akers, John Head W M Dec 1860 39 M20yrs KY KY KY Farmer
Akers, Lucina Wife W F July 1861 38 M29yrs 10ch/8 lvg KY KY KY
Akers, Albert L. son W M Apr 1882 18 S KY KY KY Farm laborer
Akers, Robert M. son W M March 1884 16 S KY KY KY Farm Laborer
Akers, Gracie dau W F July 1885 14 S KY KY KY Boarder
Akers, Willie H. son W M June 1888 11 S KY KY KY Farm laborer
Akers, Lou. E. dau W F June 1891 8 S KY KY KY At school
Akers, Samuel K. son W M July 1893 6 S KY KY KY at school
Akers, Hobart son W M Aug 1895 4 S KY KY KY
Akers, Charley B. son W M Oct 1898 1 S KY KY KY 
William Akers
 
393 His first wife, Elizabeth, died early and Benjamin married her sister, Martha. Benjamin Albertson
 
394 Notes contributed by Dr. Anthony Troha from the Underhill Genealogy source record, pg 430: "Ella Albertson b 1863 d Aug 14, 1952 Glen Cove, LINY m 1st 1887 Eugene F. Robbins b Sep. 7, 1859 son of Stephen and Esther G. (Carpenter) Robbins m 2nd Jacob Willits Jackson b Jan. 24, 1858 Brooklyn, NY d Dec.30, 1936 Syosset, LINY, no issue. she had three children by Robbins, all of whom were adopted by Jacob W. Jackson and used the name of Jackson."

So this indicates that the children of Ella's bearing the surname “Jackson” are actually the adopted children of Eugene F. Robbins, and they and their descendants are not genetically related to the Hempstead Jackson’s.
This relationship is further confirmed through Jericho Quaker Records posted on-line:

From the website http://dunhamwilcox.net/ny/jericho_ny_quakers.htm, one finds
“ROBBINS - ALBERTSON
Eugene F. Robbins, born 7 of 9m, 1859, son of Stephen and Esther G. Robbins. Married 13 of 4m, 1887 to Ella Albertson.”
[this is Eugene F. Robbins’ marriage to Ella Albertson]

“ROBBINS
Stephen Ferris Robbins, born 25 of 4m, 1888, son of Eugene H. and Ella A. Robbins.
Florence Robbins, born 1 of 12m, 1889, dau of Eugene H. and Ella A. Robbins.”
[these are the first two children born to Eugene F. Robbins and his wife, Ella Albertson] 
Ella Albertson
 
395 http://dunhamwilcox.net/ny/jericho_ny_quakers.htm This site for Jericho Monthly Meeting gives the location for her birth as the other sources give dates only.

1860 Census North Hempstead, Queens Co., New York
Richard Albertson 47 M Farmer 7,000 3,000 NY
Phebe W Albertson 37 F NY
Sarah E Albertson 14 F NY
John A Albertson 9 M NY
Emma Albertson 7 F NY
Glyelma Albertson 5 F NY
David Valentine 19 M B farm laborer
John Smith 39 M ditto location illegible
Peter Eldred 30 M ditto ditto
Patrick Kelly 16 M ditto ditto
George Frederick 23 M ditto Germany
Catharine Beatty 27 F servant Ireland 
Emma Albertson
 
396 1860 Census North Hempstead, Queens Co., New York
Richard Albertson 47 M Farmer 7,000 3,000 NY
Phebe W Albertson 37 F NY
Sarah E Albertson 14 F NY
John A Albertson 9 M NY
Emma Albertson 7 F NY
Glyelma Albertson 5 F NY
David Valentine 19 M B farm laborer
John Smith 39 M ditto location illegible
Peter Eldred 30 M ditto ditto
Patrick Kelly 16 M ditto ditto
George Frederick 23 M ditto Germany
Catharine Beatty 27 F servant Ireland

1870 Census North Hempstead, Queens, New York
Albertson, Richard 59 M W farmer 25,000 5,000 NY
Albertson, Phoebe W. 46 F W keeping house NY
Albertson, John 19 M W farmer NY
Albertson, Emma 17 F W at home NY
Albertson, Guly Elmira 14 F W at home NY (indexed as Geely Eluia)
Albertson, Ella 7 F W NY
Townsend, Carrie 18 F B domestic NY
Hughes, Patrick 20 M W farm laborer Ireland
Foley, Barney 35 M W farm laborer Ireland

1880 Census Dist 294, Queens (sic) should be Oyster Bay, Queens Co., New York
"Road to Roslyn"
Albertson, Phebe W. W F 55 Wd keeping house NY NY NY
Albertson, J. Augustus W M 29 son single clk in House Furnishings NY NY NY
Albertson, Gulielma W F 23 dau single at home NY NY NY
Albertson, Phebe Ella W F 17 dau single at school NY NY NY
Willets, Phebe W F 80 Aunt Wd NY NY NY
McCraffrey W F 28 servant single dom servant Ireland Ireland Ireland
Corlay, John W M 28 servant single farm laborer Ireland Ireland Ireland 
John Augustus Albertson
 
397 1850 Census North Hempstead, Queens Co., New York
Richard Albertson 38 M NY
Phebe Albertson 27 F NY
Sarah E. Albertson 5 F NY
plus 4 farm help

This 1850 Census is specifically noted because of other sources, even the NYGBS April 1979 issue, which say that Richard and Phebe had a son Benjamin born in 1848 who died in 1872.. But Benjamin is not listed in the 1850, 1860 or 1870 census. So I have not listed him as a son.

1860 Census North Hempstead, Queens Co., New York
Richard Albertson 47 M Farmer 7,000 3,000 NY
Phebe W Albertson 37 F NY
Sarah E Albertson 14 F NY
John A Albertson 9 M NY
Emma Albertson 7 F NY
Glyelma Albertson 5 F NY
David Valentine 19 M B farm laborer
John Smith 39 M ditto location illegible
Peter Eldred 30 M ditto ditto
Patrick Kelly 16 M ditto ditto
George Frederick 23 M ditto Germany
Catharine Beatty 27 F servant Ireland

1870 Census North Hempstead, Queens, New York
Albertson, Richard 59 M W farmer 25,000 5,000 NY
Albertson, Phoebe W. 46 F W keeping house NY
Albertson, John 19 M W farmer NY
Albertson, Emma 17 F W at home NY
Albertson, Guly Elmira 14 F W at home NY (indexed as Geely Eluia)
Albertson, Ella 7 F W NY
Townsend, Carrie 18 F B domestic NY
Hughes, Patrick 20 M W farm laborer Ireland
Foley, Barney 35 M W farm laborer Ireland

1880 Census Dist 294, Queens (sic) should be Oyster Bay, Queens Co., New York
"Road to Roslyn"
Albertson, Phebe W. W F 55 Wd keeping house NY NY NY
Albertson, J. Augustus W M 29 son single clk in House Furnishings NY NY NY
Albertson, Gulielma W F 23 dau single at home NY NY NY
Albertson, Phebe Ella W F 17 dau single at school NY NY NY
Willets, Phebe W F 80 Aunt Wd NY NY NY
McCraffrey W F 28 servant single dom servant Ireland Ireland Ireland
Corlay, John W M 28 servant single farm laborer Ireland Ireland Ireland 
Richard Albertson
 
398 Obituary found at http://www.geocities.com/milamco/milam-975ber.htm
BERRY, Emmy, Mrs. (Wilfred R.) of Austin. Age 76. Died 1/1970 (in paper 1/15/70) at her residence in Austin following a brief illness. Services held (Sat.) at the Cook Funeral Home. Burial followed in the church cemetery at Austin, with her pastor in charge of both services.
She was BORN c.1894. Married Wilfred R. Berry on 12/16/1917, he preceded her in death on 10/30/1967. She was a former Thorndalian and resided in Austin for the past 30 yrs. Also, a member of Crestview Methodist Church, Austin. SURVIVORS: Brother, Joe Alda of Sealy; number of nieces and nephews. She was the sister-in-law of Mrs. Guy Phillips and Mrs. W.D. Reeves of Thorndale. 
Emmie Lou Alda
 
399 A pedigree view of the ancestors of Adah Alexander certainly looked interesting as she was a gr-gr-granddaughter of Edward Jackson and Martha Miller and also a gr-grand neice of Captain Stephen Jackson and Elizabeth Pomery. The spelling of her name is taken from her gravestone at Find-a-Grave website.

Adah married Truman David in 1897 and by the time of this 1900 Census she was a widow living back home with her parents (even though she was enumerated as Alexander). Truman David's death record has not yet been found, but Adah was said to be a widow when she remarried to Frank Stout.

1900 Census Dist 0042, Clark, Harrison Co. West Virginia
Alexander, J. I Head W M Nov 1850 49 M24yrs WV WV WV
Alexander, Ingaby wife W F Mar 1853 47 M24yrs 4ch/4 lvg WV WV WV
Alexander, Adah dau W F Sept 1874 27 Wd 1 0ch/0 lvg WV WV WV
Alexander, Dan W. son W M May 1884 16 S WV WV WV
Alexander, Ira son W M S Se[t 1890 9 S WV WV WV
Alexander, Marston son W M Jan 1895 5 S WV WV WV
The household also includes one servant and 6 single men boarding.

1910 Census Clarksburg Ward 4, Harrison Co., West Virginia
Stout, W. Frank Head M W 43 M1 for9yrs WV WV WV Lawyer, Gen. Practice
Stout, Adah V. Wife F W 32 M2 for9yrs 2ch/1 lvg WV USA WV
Stout, Alexander son M W 7 S WV WV WV
household also includes two single lodgers. 
Adah V. Alexander
 
400 1900 Census Dist 0042, Clark, Harrison Co. West Virginia
Alexander, J. I Head W M Nov 1850 49 M24yrs WV WV WV
Alexander, Ingaby wife W F Mar 1853 47 M24yrs 4ch/4 lvg WV WV WV
Alexander, Adah dau W F Sept 1874 27 Wd 1 0ch/0 lvg WV WV WV
Alexander, Dan W. son W M May 1884 16 S WV WV WV
Alexander, Ira son W M S Se[t 1890 9 S WV WV WV
Alexander, Marston son W M Jan 1895 5 S WV WV WV
The household also includes one servant and 6 single men boarding. 
Daniel William Alexander
 
401 1900 Census Dist 0042, Clark, Harrison Co. West Virginia
Alexander, J. I Head W M Nov 1850 49 M24yrs WV WV WV
Alexander, Ingaby wife W F Mar 1853 47 M24yrs 4ch/4 lvg WV WV WV
Alexander, Adah dau W F Sept 1874 27 Wd 1 0ch/0 lvg WV WV WV
Alexander, Dan W. son W M May 1884 16 S WV WV WV
Alexander, Ira son W M S Se[t 1890 9 S WV WV WV
Alexander, Marston son W M Jan 1895 5 S WV WV WV
The household also includes one servant and 6 single men boarding. 
Ira Alexander
 
402 1900 Census Dist 0042, Clark, Harrison Co. West Virginia
Alexander, J. I Head W M Nov 1850 49 M24yrs WV WV WV
Alexander, Ingaby wife W F Mar 1853 47 M24yrs 4ch/4 lvg WV WV WV
Alexander, Adah dau W F Sept 1874 27 Wd 1 0ch/0 lvg WV WV WV
Alexander, Dan W. son W M May 1884 16 S WV WV WV
Alexander, Ira son W M S Se[t 1890 9 S WV WV WV
Alexander, Marston son W M Jan 1895 5 S WV WV WV
The household also includes one servant and 6 single men boarding. 
John Ira 'Jack' Alexander
 
403 1900 Census Dist 0042, Clark, Harrison Co. West Virginia
Alexander, J. I Head W M Nov 1850 49 M24yrs WV WV WV
Alexander, Ingaby wife W F Mar 1853 47 M24yrs 4ch/4 lvg WV WV WV
Alexander, Adah dau W F Sept 1874 27 Wd 1 0ch/0 lvg WV WV WV
Alexander, Dan W. son W M May 1884 16 S WV WV WV
Alexander, Ira son W M S Se[t 1890 9 S WV WV WV
Alexander, Marston son W M Jan 1895 5 S WV WV WV
The household also includes one servant and 6 single men boarding. 
Marston Matthew Alexander
 
404 His mother's obit said that Newton was a medical student reserve officer at Columbia University, NY. Newton W. Allebach
 
405 The Allen-Minton family manuscript has his name as Adromiam Judson Allen. Adoniran Judson Allen
 
406 From Jerry Gross: "Annabel attended Glenville High School in Cleveland, Ohio. Her death certificate states that she was a Christian Scientist." Annabel Elizabeth Allen
 
407 According to Cheryl Kale, had 7 children and was living near Chicago, Illinois in 1927. Charles F. Allen
 
408 From Isaac Allen's autobiography: Married Danied Richards and had 9 children . . . Also "My sisters Maria and Clarissa were both married at the same time and by the same ceremony; and their husbands, though of the same name (Richards), were not related to each other." Clarissa Jackson Allen
 
409 The Virgil Allen papers say Deborah was born in Ohio; but the 1850 Census records from Wabash Co., Indiana say that she was born in New Jersey. I don't know which is right. Deborah A. Allen
 
410 Name: Elizabeth A Baker [Elizabeth A Allen]
Birth Date: 13 Oct 1926
Birth City: Cleveland
Birth County: Cuyahoga
Birth State: Ohio
Birth Country: United States
Gender: Female
Race: White
Death Date: 28 Oct 1995
Death Time: 9:17 AM
Hospital of Death: Long-Term Care Facilities
City of Death: Mentor
County of Death: Lake
Certificate: 080967
Age at Death: 69
Hospital Status: Other/Nursing Home
Social Security Number: 276-28-0990
FATHER'S SURNAME: Allen
Mother's Maiden Name: Wight
Marital Status: Married
Education: 16
Armed Forces Indicator: No
Industry of Decedent: Own Home/At Home
Occupation of Decedent: Housewife/Homemaker
Census Tract: 2039
Primary Registration District: 4306 
Elizabeth 'Betsy' Allen
 
411 According to Cheryl Kale, they removed to nearby Bartly, Nebraska. Ellen Francis Allen
 
412 Ellie was found on the 1920 Whitehead, Garvin Co., Oklahoma census, age 41, widowed, with her three children. Ellie Ann Allen
 
413 Nathaniel and Emily Allen were cousins; both having Benjamin Jackson as a Grandfather. Emily Allen
 
414 According to Cheryl Kale, they had no children. Emily A. Allen
 
415 The Allen-Minton mansucript states that he was a Private during the Civil War. Ira Allen
 
416 From Isaac's papers: Isaac J. Allen parents moved with the Jacksons, the Youngs, the Denmans, the Ayres, the Bryants, the Axtels, the Mitchells, the Talmages, the Hylers, the Balls and perhaps others to Fredericktown, Knox County, Ohio in 1814. They started when he was only 6 weeks old and he was a 3 months old when they arrived - a 1000 mile trip in a covered wagon!.

For an auto-biography of Isaac Jackson Allen see the Historical Stories Section: “Reminiscences” , on this site.

1860 Census Cincinnati, Hamilton Co, Ohio
Isaac J. Allen 38 M Superintendant of City School NJ
Susan 30 F NJ
Theodore, 18, M OH (est 1842)
Arthur P., 11, M OH (est 1849)
Caroline R. 9 F OH (est 1851)

1870 Census Columbus, Franklin Co, Ohio
J. Isaac Allen 56 M W at home NJ
B.Susan Allen 47 F W at home NJ
Carrie D. 19 F W at home OH
Arthur P. 21 M W Clerk in store OH

1880 Census Avondale, Hamilton Co, Ohio (Note the initial and first name are both reversed.)
Allen, J Isaac W M 63 Sawyer or Lawyer N Jersey Vermont N Jersey
Allen B. Susan W F 58 wife keeping hourse N Jersey N Jersey N Jersey
Hopullman Mary W F 24 servant servant

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According to Cheryl Kale: He was named after her mother's brother. 
Isaac Jackson Allen
 
417 According to Cheryl Kale, he never married and lived with his sister Emily until her death and then with sister Ellen until his death. Isaac M. Allen
 
418 From Isaac Jackson Allen's autobiography, published this site: "My uncle Jacob Allen settled in Newark, New Jersey, early in life, and remained there till his death, in 1854, at the age of 69 years. He was held in high repute as a citizen, and for a number of years held office as a City Magistrate. In 1808 he married Elizabeth Seguine, of a good New york family, who survived him till 1868." Jacob Allen
 
419 From Virgil Allen's unpublished papers: "They lived in New Jersey and Ohio. After the Civil War he removed to Newark, New Jersey. He was largely interested in the iron and store business in several locations." James Madison Allen, Sr.
 
420 1880 Household:

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Job ALLEN Self M Male W 40 IN Farmer NJ NY
Mary K. ALLEN Wife M Female W 34 IL Keeping House OH OH
Taylor ALLEN Son S Male W 12 IL IN IL
Eliza ALLEN Dau S Female W 11 IL IN IL
Samuel ALLEN Son S Male W 9 IL IN IL
Minnie ALLEN Dau S Female W 7 NE IN IL
Grace ALLEN Dau S Female W 6 NE IN IL
Ollie ALLEN Dau S Female W 4 NE IN IL
Annie ALLEN Dau S Female W 1 NE IN IL
Source Information:
Census Place Elk, Nuckolls, Nebraska
Family History Library Film 1254753
NA Film Number T9-0753
Page Number 215A
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1900 Census Elk, Nuckolls, NE
Allen, Job head W M Jan 1840 60 m 33 IN NJ NY
Mary K. wife W F May 1845 55 m 33 9 ch 8 lvg IL OH OH
Taylor son W M Oct 1866 32 S IL IN IL
Anna dau W F Dec 1879 20 S NE IN IL
Adda dau W F Jan 1884 16 S NE IN IL 
Job Allen, V
 
421 According to the Allen-Minton manuscript, Job first settled in Connecticut and from there he moved to Newark, NJ or Orange, NJ; and then to Rockaway Valley, now called Denville, where he purchased a large farm; built the first forge there, and the first church. This property was sold in 1814, having been in the family some 100 years or more. Job Allen
 
422 From Isaac Jackson Allen's Memorandum published on this site: Job Allen II, my grandfather died in 1802. His tomb is still seen at Rockaway and his wife's beside it. His wife, my grandmother, was Mary Mintun. She survived him. She subsequently remarried, her second husband being General Stephen Jackson. The Mintun family is still numerous and prominent in New York.

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From the Allen-Minton manuscript, Job was a Captain in the Revolutionary War; was on the safety Committee in Morristown, NJ and also at the Headquarters in Morristown with General Washington. 
Captain Job Allen, II
 
423 Some records state he was born near Danville, Morris Co, NJ; but a search of Morris County cities does not find a Danville. There is though a Denville, and it is Denville in his brother Isaac's autobiography (publlsihed on this site.)

From Isaac Allen's autobiography: "My eldest brother Job Allen IV, married a Miss Thompson, of Troy, New york. He finally removed to Iowa, and died there." 
Job Allen, IV
 
424 Some records state he was born near Danville, Morris Co, NJ; but a search of Morris County cities does not find a Danville. There is though a Denville.

Oscar Burton Robbins in his book on the Jacksons has included a story by Virgil D. Allen of the migration of the Job Allen and Benjamin Jackson families and others making the migration from Morris County, NJ, to Knox County, OH. The story is on this site in the Historical Stories section and gives a great amount of detail about both families.

It is noted that Virgil D. Allen gave much info to Oscar Burton Robbins for inclusion in the Robbins' book; some of it dated in 1933 and some dated 1940.

In addition, Jerry Gross has been in contact with Virgil D. Allen's grandson, who has provided Jerry with much of Virgil D. Allen's unpublished genealogy work. Much of Job's descendant information is taken from Virgil's work and it is highly possible this is the first time it has been published.

At an early age, Job began running the family farm at Denville. He ran a blacksmith shop and store in Rockaway, NJ from 1799 until the family decided to leave for Ohio in 1813.

From Janie Kimble: It is curious that two of Job's children, Isaac and Clarissa say on the 1880 Census that their father was born in Vermont. Possibly the family moved to Morris County when Job was just a small child - or perhaps the census records are in error. I have not researched this question. 
Capt. Job Allen, III
 
425 From Isaac Jackson Allen's autobiography, published this site: "My uncle John Allen removed to Ohio with my father, Job. He lived and died there. He was a man of rather superior education, and held some official positions for many years. John Allen
 
426 West Virginia, Deaths Index, 1853-1973 about Lida Allen Stout

Name:Lida Allen Stout
Birth Date:14 Jun 1878
Birth Place:Lambert'S Run
Death Date:24 Mar 1956
Death Place:Clarksburg, Harrison, West Virginia
Burial Date:26 Mar 1956
Cemetery Name: Elk View Masonic
Death Age:77
Occupation:Housewife
Race:White
Marital Status:Married
Gender: Female
Father Name:James F. Allen
Mother Name:Alice Garrett
FHL Film Number:847177 
Lida Allen
 
427 According to Cheryl Kale, they had 5 children. Lucinda Jane 'Nettie' Allen
 
428 From Isaac Jackson Allen's autobiography, published this site: " My Aunt Lucy Decamp lived and died at Longwood, Morris County. My aunt Maria [Allen] Brown lived and died near my father's in Ohio. They were both excellent women, and were remarkably handsome." Lucy Allen
 
429 From Isaac Jackson Allen's autobiography, published this site: " My Aunt Lucy Decamp lived and died at Longwood, Morris County. My aunt Marial [Allen] Brown lived and died near my father's in Ohio. They were both excellent women, and were remarkably handsome." Maria Allen
 
430 From Isaac Allen's autobiography: Married James Richards and had 2 children . . . Also "My sisters Maria and Clarissa were both married at the same time and by the same ceremony; and their husbands, though of the same name (Richards), were not related to each other." Maria Brown Allen
 
431 Listed as Eamine? /Allen/ in 1850 Census. Martha E. Allen
 
432 Source: "The Record', pg 237: "The birth of Meribah Allen is also noted in the records of the Screwsbury Monthly Meeting (NJMis., v. 1, pp. 256, 265). . . The will of Jedidiah Allen of Shrewsburg, Monmouth county, executed Sept 15, 1711 and proved Feb. 6, 1711/12, remembers wife Elizabeth and among others daughter Meribah Thorn . . ." Meribah Allen
 
433 The 1850 Census for the Illinois, Logan District, lists her name as Myrtis C. Allen. Mertice (Mattie J.) Allen
 
434 The following info contributed by Maureen Briscoe:

INFORMATION TAKEN FROM THE TEXAS DEATH CERTIFICATE
Myrtle Allen Bassel passed away September 18, 1961, at the Brenham Rest Home, in Brenham, Washington County, Texas, where she had resided for three years. Cause of death was myocarditic failure. She was a widow of 74 years of age, and had formerly resided at 416 E. 13th, in Belton, Bell County, Texas. Myrtle was born November 24, 1886 in Belton, to Ben F. Allen and Blanche L. Robinson. Her son, J.D. Bassel, provided the information. Burial took place in the North Belton Cemetery in Belton, Bell County, Texas, on September 18, 1961. Edward Pace was the funeral director in charge.

Name: Myrtle Allen Bassel
Death date: 18 Sep 1961
Death place: Brenham, Washington, Texas
Gender: Female
Race or color (on document): W
Age at death: 74 years
Estimated birth year:
Birth date: 24 Nov 1886
Birth place: Belton, Tx
Marital status: Widowed
Spouse name:
Father name: Ben F. Allen
Father birth place:
Mother name: Blanche L. Robinson
Mother birth place:
Occupation: Housewife
Residence: Belton, TX
Cemetery name: North Belton
Burial place: Belton, Tx
Burial date: 18 Sep 1961
Additional relatives:
Film number: 2116793
Digital GS number: 4166599
Image number: 858
Reference number: 55129
Collection: Texas Deaths, 1890-1976 
Myrtle Allen
 
435 According to Cheryl Kale: She was named after Elizabeth's sister. Phoebe Allen
 
436 1880 Household:
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Job ALLEN Self M Male W 40 IN Farmer NJ NY
Mary K. ALLEN Wife M Female W 34 IL Keeping House OH OH
Taylor ALLEN Son S Male W 12 IL IN IL
Eliza ALLEN Dau S Female W 11 IL IN IL
Samuel ALLEN Son S Male W 9 IL IN IL
Minnie ALLEN Dau S Female W 7 NE IN IL
Grace ALLEN Dau S Female W 6 NE IN IL
Ollie ALLEN Dau S Female W 4 NE IN IL
Annie ALLEN Dau S Female W 1 NE IN IL
Source Information:
Census Place Elk, Nuckolls, Nebraska
Family History Library Film 1254753
NA Film Number T9-0753
Page Number 215A
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1900 Census Elk, Nuckolls, NE
Allen, Samuel head W M Dec 1870 29 m 7 IL IN IL
Millie M. wife W F Jul 1876 23 m 7 4 ch, 4 lvg IN don't know don't know
Ethel dau W F Dec 1894 5 s NE IL IN
Ruby dau W F May 1896 4 s NE IL IN
Mona dau W F Feb 1897 3 s NE IL IN
Flosis dau W F Mar 1899 1 s NE IL IN 
Samuel Allen
 
437 According to the Allen-Minton manuscript, the Allen family was originally from Scotland. Samuel Allen
 
438 Quote from "The Record", Oct 1911, pg 426: "Sarah is mentioned as daughter in the will of Mary Allen, widow of Henry Allen of Great Neck, dated the 22nd of December, 1746, and probated the 22nd of June, 1747." "to my daughter, Sarah, wife of Benjamin Tredwell . . ." Sarah Allen
 
439 Virgil Allen papers say he was born in 1868; the estimated birth year per 1880 census is 1868; the 1900 census says Oct 1866 but is 32 years old. So Oct 1868 is the birthdate I have used.

Taylor and Ida had had no children by 1910; they had been married for 5 years. 
Taylor Allen
 
440 I (Jerry Gross) had been looking for this account of Theodore's service for a while and finally found it. It was found at the following link: http://home.cinci.rr.com/secondtennessee/allen.html

The following article, "The 'Underground Railroad' and the 'Grapevine Telegraph,' an Escaping Prisoner's Experience, 1863" appeared in "Sketches of War History", Mollus, Ohio, Vol. 6, Cincinnati, Ohio: Monfort, 1908, pages 147-167.
It is Theodore F. Allen's account of his capture at the Battle of Rogersville and his daring escape while enroute to Libby Prison. In April and May of 1861 Allen served briefly in the 2nd Kentucky Infantry followed by service in the 7th Ohio Cavalry from August 28, 1862 until July 4, 1865. At the time of his capture, Allen was enrolled in the 7th Ohio Cavalry serving as adjutant of the Third Brigade and aide to Colonel Garrard. The 7th Ohio Cavalry, 2nd East Tennessee Mounted Infantry and four guns from the 2nd Illinois Light Artillery Battery M were camped at an outpost near Rogersville. Allen was later promoted to Captain of Company D of the 7th Ohio Cavalry and eventually brevetted Colonel U. S. Volunteers.

Theodore Frelinghuysen Allen was born June 13, 1842 in Mansfield, Ohio, the son of Isaac J. Allen. The family later moved to Columbus, Ohio where Ted's father became editor of the Ohio State Journal. Ted would later follow in his father's footsteps and also go into the newspaper business. After the war Allen settled in Cincinnati, Ohio and there on April 25, 1867 married Mary F. Weakley, the daughter of a minister. Ted and Mary had only one child, a daughter, Mary. They lived most of their life in the greater Cincinnati area, except for the years 1883-1891 when they lived in New York City. Mary passed away in 1909 and Ted died at age 76 at the Methodist Home in Cincinnati on April 30, 1919.
The "Underground Railroad"
and the
"Grapevine Telegraph"
AN ESCAPING PRISONER'S EXPERIENCE - 1863
by Theodore F. Allen,
Captain, Seventh Ohio Cavalry, Brevet Colonel U. S. Volunteers
Coincident with the campaign of the army under General Rosecrans, which ended in the great battle of Chickamauga and the possession of Chattanooga by the gallant Army of the Cumberland, was the movement of General Burnside's army into East Tennessee. After securing possession of Knoxville, General Burnside had moved with all his forces up the Tennessee Valley, defeating the enemy at Blue Springs. A short time prior to this our army had received the surrender of the enemy's Gibraltar at Cumberland Gap, and, after a series of successes, had driven the enemy out of East Tennessee at Bristol on the Virginia line. General Burnside then returned to Knoxville with a large portion of the Ninth and Twenty-third Army Corps, leaving General Wilcox with six regiments of cavalry and four regiments of infantry posted at a naturally strong position at Bull's Gap, covering the East Tennessee and Virginia Railroad.

My regiment, the Seventh Ohio Cavalry, with the Second Tennessee Mounted Infantry and four pieces of artillery, were detached, with orders to take station at or near Rogersville, Hawkins County, Tennessee, twelve or fifteen miles northeast of Bull's Gap, covering the eastern approaches in the valley of the Holston River. On the evening of November 5, 1863, a dispatch was received by Colonel Israel Garrard, commanding our brigade, from General Wilcox, division commander, stating that information had reached him that two brigades of Confederate cavalry, comprising twelve regiments commanded by General William E. Jones and Colonel Henry Giltner, were moving down the Holston Valley, with the probably intention of attacking our two regiments on outpost duty near Rogersville. General Wilcox stated that if attacked by these two brigades of the enemy, he (Wilcox) hoped we would be able to give a good account of ourselves. Colonel Garrard, supposing that he was to be supported by General Wilcox with the ten regiments at his hand, all of which were within hearing of our artillery, made his plans to meet the expected attack. Colonel Garrard considered that it was his duty to remain at his station and make the best fight he could, although he had only two regiments to meet the twelve regiments that were coming against us. Orders were issued to our command to be ready to fight at daybreak, and at midnight strong scouting parties were sent out on the two roads of the enemy's approach, with orders to fall back only as they were driven.

At dawn the scouting party of the Second Tennessee Mounted Infantry was scattered by a charge of the rebel column coming down the Carter Valley. This rebel column, comprising six regiments, proceeded on into the town of Rogersville, thereby getting into our rear on the left flank. The enemy in the Holston Valley was delayed by the skirmishing of the Seventh Ohio Cavalry scouts, so that the fighting from our position did not begin until about 7 o'clock in the morning. The rebel force that came down the Carter Valley moved upon our left and rear and opened the attack, which was immediately followed by the attack of the other forces in our front. The Union position was a wooded tableland, with steep, open slopes to a dry creek and ravine in front, open fields to the Holston River on our right, and on our left and rear across open fields was a dense forest.

I ask to be permitted to diverge a moment from the thread of my story at this point to state, what you all well know, that during the four years of the Civil War there were thousands and tens of thousands of messages borne from the battlefields of the South which brought mourning to thousands of homes. At this time my father was editor of the Ohio State Journal, and my home was at Columbus, Ohio. I was then twenty-one years of age, and the only member of my father's household in the army, as my only brother was too young for military service. The engagement at Rogersville of which I am speaking occurred November 6, and on the next day, November 7th, the following letter was sent by Colonel Israel Garrard, commander of our brigade, to my father. This letter fully explains itself:
Headquarters Third Brigade, Fourth Division, Twenty-Third Army Corps, Morristown, Tenn., Nov. 7, 1863.
Hon. Isaac J. Allen, Editor The Ohio State Journal, Columbus, O.:

My Dear Sir:

It has become my sad duty to inform you of all we know of the fate of your son in yesterday's desperate battle.

He was riding by my side, when a heavy volley of musketry was opened upon us from a forest up to which we were leading a portion of the Seventh Ohio Cavalry. We were driven back, and did not regain the ground. I can, therefore, only say that his horse fell with him, rolled over on him, and then dashed off, leaving him on the ground motionless. It is possible that he was crushed senseless by his horse, and that he may be a prisoner and unwounded. The fire of the enemy was so terrific that I scarcely dare hope that he escaped it. I will know in a few days more about it, and will write to you every particular.
His loss is the saddest event to me of all the disastrous day. His high character, his gallant courage, his fine intellect, and his thorough military bearing and feeling made him an honor to the regiment and to the service, and made me trust him and love him far beyond the confidence and regard I feel for any that is left to me. His place in the regiment cannot be filled.

On my appointment of command of the brigade he was appointed Brigade Adjutant, and it was in the performance of the duties of that office that he fell.

I feel such a bereavement in his absence as only a brother's death could cause, and in place of the pleasant visions of the honors we would share together, the future is blank and dreary to me.
My dearest friend and my best soldier, the one that I would have delighted most to honor, is lost to me.

With great respect, sincerely your friend,
Israel Garrard Colonel Seventh Ohio Cavalry, Commanding Brigade

I am sure you will agree with me that this is a very handsome obituary notice. It is my purpose this evening to take up the thread of the story where Colonel Garrard's letter left off. He promised to write my father full details of my death, but I propose to explain to you why he found it unnecessary to comply with his promise in this regard.

I am not able to give you full details of the engagement at Rogersville by reason of the fact that I was among the number that first went down under the enemy's fire, but the result of the battle was that the twelve Confederate regiments were eminently victorious. The Second Tennessee (Union troops) surrendered. The Seventh Ohio Cavalry, fighting with the river at their back, mounted their horses and cut their way out, but in so doing lost 112 men and 5 officers in a period of about five minutes

At the opening of the engagement, in company with Colonel Garrard, we were leading a portion of the Seventh Ohio Cavalry to take possession of a piece of woods in front of us, but it proved that the enemy already had possession of this piece of woods, and we were met with an exceedingly heavy volley of musketry, men and horses going down all around me from the effects of this fire. I was uninjured by this volley, although one of the bullets of the enemy cut away the shank of my bridle bit, leaving me only one rein. My mare was exceedingly spirited, but entirely obedient to my voice, and with this one rein I was taking her and myself out from under this heavy fire at a full gallop, when, in my effort to make her take a fence, I exercised rather too much zeal, pulled her head too far to one side, and just at this moment she struck a depression in the ground and fell, rolling over me twice. The first time I came up without serious injury, but the second time she left me senseless and unconscious on the field, in plain view of the men of our regiment. I was slightly wounded by a musket ball swiping across my face, but had multi-injuries of the body, some of which I feel even to this day, by reason of my horse rolling over me.

I do not know how long I lay on the field; but with the return of consciousness the first thing I knew was that a Confederate soldier was trying to take my boots off, or it may be that this action on the part of the Confederate soldier was what brought me to my senses, as the loss of my only pair of boots was a serious matter. After I had convinced this soldier that the time had not yet come to number me among the dead, he gave me a helping hand and assisted me to a log cabin near by. Here he supplied me with water taken from a well by one of the old-fashioned sweeps, which you have so often seen throughout the South. This soldier helped me to bathe my face and remove the blood and mud from my face and hair. It had rained nearly all night before, and I had been rolled over twice in the Tennessee mud, giving my uniform the color of the soil, which was nearly a butternut. After a while I revived sufficiently to enable me to realize my surroundings. This rebel soldier then told me that my boots were worth about three thousand dollars (Confederate money, of course), and as he was almost barefooted he proposed an exchange of footgear. I told him that I had about fifty dollars in money (greenbacks) which I would give him for my boots and I keep the boots. He agreed to this arrangement, and I bought my own boots. I surrendered the fifty dollars to this soldier, who was a member of the Fourth Kentucky Confederate Cavalry, together with my cavalry saber and an exceedingly handsome pair of Mexican spurs, which had been presented to me. I felt that I was not likely to need spurs or saber for some time to come, as at this time the exchange of prisoners had been suspended.

About noon that day the Confederates gathered all their prisoners together, including the Second Tennessee Mounted Infantry, which had surrendered, and quite a bunch of the Seventh Ohio Cavalry boys. We started afoot along the vitrified road of Despair toward Libby Prison and Belle Isle, with a heavy force of Confederates guarding us. We marched two abreast, and the man alongside me was Lieutenant A. A. Carr, of my regiment, a very gallant officer, who had been taken prisoner out of our hospital, where he was suffering from a double rupture. Lieutenant Carr and myself were a mighty weak set of twos, as we were both so badly hurt that we were hardly able to walk. We continued this painful journey until about 5 o'clock in the afternoon, when the rebel cavalry column stopped to feed their horses. The prisoners were turned into a large meadow with a heavy guard around us. Neither the Confederate soldiers or the prisoners had anything to eat. I remember making an appeal to a Confederate officer for some food. He told me that all he had to eat was two apples, but that he would be very glad to divide with me, which he did, giving me one apple and keeping one himself. I divided my apple with Lieutenant Carr. From observation, made on the spot, we concluded that this

Confederate force would probably march all night in order to escape being intercepted by a force which we expected would be sent out by General Wilcox from Bull's Gap. I did not feel myself to be physically capable of making an all-night march afoot, and I asked the officer of the guard for permission to go to General W. E. Jones' headquarters near by, with the intention of making a request for a mount for myself and Lieutenant Carr. The officer of the guard was kindly, and sent a soldier with me to General Jones' headquarters. I saw the General and told him I was badly hurt, and that my companion, Lieutenant Carr, was suffering from a double rupture, and neither of us felt able to march all night on foot. I found General Jones to be a fatherly sort of a man, and when he looked upon my condition he expressed surprise that I had been able to walk as far as I had. He was very sympathetic and very kindly, and promised that he would send horses for Lieutenant Carr and myself, and he directed the guard who was with me to return to the prisoners' bivouac and to say to the officer of the guard that Lieutenant Carr and myself were not to be dispatched on foot with the other prisoners when the column took up its night march. We returned to the meadow, where the other prisoners were under guard. It was now near nightfall of a gray November day. The cavalry horses had finished their meal and preparations were being made for a night march. Soon the Confederate cavalry had begun to move along the road and the prisoners were being marched out on foot into the column. About this time a new officer of the guard appeared upon the scene for the night duty, relieving the officer who had had charge of us during the day. The officer of the old guard stated to the new officer of the guard that all the prisoners were to be marched out except Lieutenant Carr and myself, and that General Jones would furnish horses for us two. Just as this conversation was taking place an orderly appeared on the scene from General Jones' headquarters with two led horses, which he stated were for Carr and myself. The officer of the guard turned to me and said, "Here are your horses." Lieutenant Carr was physically unable to mount his horse, owing to his injuries, and I helped him up on his horse, after which, with some effort, I mounted my horse. Just at this moment a Confederate captain was mounting his company right near us, and gave the order, "Prepare to mount." The men led their horses out, and, at the command, "Mount," they all sprang into their saddles, but, in mounting, their horses moved forward, and took Lieutenant Carr and myself into the company. The captain then marched the company out of the field into the road, and we marched out with this company, Lieutenant Carr and myself forming one set of twos in this rebel company. The night was cool, and both Lieutenant Carr and myself had blankets thrown over our shoulders. We had done this for warmth, but at this moment the blankets served excellently to hide our uniforms. The rebel soldiers in the company we were marching with also had their blankets thrown over their shoulders, so that we were quite in uniform with the rest of the company. As I have since learned (many years afterward), the officer of the old guard presumed we were being looked after by the officer of the new guard, while the new officer of the guard presumed that the old officer of the guard was still looking after us. At all events, we very quickly observed that no one was guarding us, and we rode along with the rebel company which had formed about us. With this company we filed out into the road and joined the full column of twelve regiments, and, without any definite idea of what we were going to do or when we were going to do it, Lieutenant Carr and I rode along in peace and comfort as a part of this rebel column. We had discussed the situation with each other during our afternoon march, and agreed to escape together if possible, but we were not looking for the opportunity to come so soon. We had rather expected that, as this rebel column had marched all night previously, they would be sleepy during the night and that we might make our escape unobserved in the early hours of the next morning; but here, almost by accident, or by Providential interference, we were in a fair way to make our escape early in the evening, after having been prisoners for less than one day.

As we rode along in the column we came to frequent fires on the roadside which the soldiers had made for warmth, and as we passed we saw several gaps in the fence which we thought it would be possible for us to go through, but our courage rather failed us at these gaps until we had passed them by. We had marched maybe a mile and a half with this column, when the officers began to ride along the column, going to the rear, giving directions to the troops to "close up," this being quite necessary with all cavalry columns on night marches by reason of the fact that the slow-walking horses made gaps in the column. We were quite familiar with all this, and after a little while we rode out and started down the side of the column, going to the rear, calling out in a moderately loud voice, "Close up," wherever there happened to be a gap in the column. The rebel soldiers obeyed these commands and closed up the gaps promptly, and so we proceeded toward the rear until we came to a gap in the fence leading off from the column, and we turned gently and quietly through this gap. It was now quite dark, and when we were fifty feet or even less distant from the column, we were out of sight. We made no effort to pass along the road, knowing full well that a strong rear guard would gather up all stragglers, and would catch us in the net. We therefore diverged from the column, and started across the open field which we had entered. Coming to a fence, we threw off the top rail, jumped our horses over, and galloped across the turf of that field, which gave no sound, until we came to the line of foothills, almost mountains, following the Holston River Valley.

We were perfectly familiar with the country, and knew now exactly where we were going and what we intended to do. Coming to the base of the foothills, which were covered with a dense forest, we turned our horses loose, knowing full well they would graze the rest of the night and that they would not stay where we left them to indicate the direction we had taken. We hastily entered the forest-clad hills, and started on our journey to freedom.

One hour prior to this moment I could have testified under the most solemn oath that I was physically unable to walk another mile, and I am quite certain that Lieutenant Carr would have truthfully testified that he was not able to walk as far as I could. All this when we were marching in the direction of Libby Prison, but when our faces were turned in the other direction, and we were marching to freedom and to rejoin our regiment, we were as good a pair of sprinters as ever struck Tennessee soil! All our wounds, pains and aches were forgotten, as we jumped into the forest-clad hills of the Holston Valley with only the stars to guide us.

Of course, we were entirely without food, without arms, and without anything in the world except the clothing on our backs, and that was none too good, but, as previously stated, I had saved my boots. We were fully prepared to take what might come. By midnight we had crossed one range of hills and were proceeding across a little valley to the next range of hills toward the Holston River. The underbrush was dense, and we made but slow progress; none the less, we made progress all the time. When crossing this little valley we were halted by the barking of a dog. We feared that maybe we were making too much noise and that the dog, with his keen senses, had discovered us. We stopped and waited a little while until we concluded that the dog was not disturbed by us. We had gone but a little way when we were halted by a man saying "Whoa" to his horse. It was now about midnight, and we were not taking any chances with stray Confederates who might live in that locality. We made a wide detour around this man and his horse without betraying our presence. I have always felt that it was fortunate for us that he spoke to his horse when he did, otherwise we might have walked right into his arms in the night. In ascending the next range of hills we found several places too precipitous for our progress. We made detours and found ways to get around these precipitous places, and daylight the next morning found us safe on top of the hills overlooking the Holston River. In view of the fact that a considerable number of Confederate soldiers lived in that locality, we concluded, after a council of war, to take no chances in daylight and would spend the day under cover. We selected a "cozy corner" among some cedar trees for our day's rest, and took turns in sleeping, one of us being awake and on guard at all times. During the day we saw several Confederate scouting parties passing along the road, but we were not discovered. It was now about fifty hours since we had anything to eat, except half an apple for each of us; but we were provided with an ample supply of chewing tobacco, and did not suffer particularly from hunger; but later in the day we began to experience an exceedingly uncomfortable degree of thirst. A little mountain brook ran through the valley below us, but it was greatly exposed and we were afraid to make an effort to get water from this brook, as it could be seen from every direction. When the first shades of night began to fall we crept down toward this little brook, and when we arrived at the banks we simply rolled down to the water's edge, and drank to our full content. Following the road in the Holston River Valley, we journeyed westward, keeping just outside the road and inside the line of fence that we might jump to cover in case there were any scouting parties coming along the road. During the day we had each of us cut a good stick for a cane, which we might use as a club to drive off dogs, but it would be of no use to us against armed soldiers. About 9 o'clock at night we came to a cabin alongside the road, in front of which Lieutenant Carr had one time stood picket. He knew the family in this cabin in a casual sort of way, knew that they were Union people and that the father had run away to join the Union army, leaving his wife and children to drag along on a little farm attached to the cabin. It was just such a cabin as you have all seen thousands of times throughout the South, where the front door was cut in two, that the upper half might be open, while the lower half was closed to keep the pigs and chickens out of the house and the young children in the house. It was not chinked, and we could look into it from any quarter. On approaching the house we were questioned by the family dog. We immediately made friends with him and boldly knocked on the door of the cabin. The upper half of the door was opened and a woman presented herself. We could make out her outline by the small fire on the hearth. On this occasion Lieutenant Carr was the spokesman, and told the woman that he had on such and such a date stood picket in front of her house, and that we were escaped Union prisoners trying to get back to the Union lines, and that we were very much in need of food. The woman expressed her gratification that we had made our escape, and stated that she was glad to be able to help us. We entered the house, and her little group of children gathered around us. She immediately stirred up the embers on the hearth to cook us some meat. Upon second thought, however, she asked that we would not stay in the house, as scouting parties were passing up and down the road more or less all the time, and that we had better go out in the orchard, and that one of the girls would go with us and take the family dog along to keep him quiet. While we waited there she prepared a meal for us and brought it to us. The meal was composed of bread, meat and a pitcher of milk. We made a hearty meal here, after about sixty hours of fasting, ate as much as we could, and what was left over we put in our pockets for such future use as our necessities might require. In the years which have passed since then I have eaten at Delmonico's, I have partaken of some of the best food in America around Baltimore, and I have had many bounteous feasts, but never before or since have I had as satisfactory a meal as that little supper of cornbread, sidemeat and milk on the night of November 7, 1863, at this poor woman's cabin in Hawkins County, Tennessee. At the conclusion of our repast we thanked the woman most heartily, and resumed our journey. We did not follow the middle of the road, but kept close to the edge of the road all the time, that we might be prepared to take cover in case of threatening danger. About midnight we stopped to rest, being at that time in a little nursery, where the growing trees were planted in rows. Our line of march was across the rows, and it was rather difficult going. While resting, Lieutenant Carr fell asleep. Soon he was dreaming, and he evidently was cold, for he said, "Allen, give me more of the blanket." I woke him up, and told him what had happened while he was asleep, and he replied that he guessed we had better be continuing the journey, that he might get warmed up. About 3 o'clock in the morning we came to the town of Rogersville, this being the county seat of Hawkins County. It was populated by a considerable number of Union people, and an equal number of rebels. Between the two factions there was great enmity. On each side of the town were precipitous hills, and we felt that if we undertook to scale these hills we would not succeed before daylight, and might be discovered. We therefore decided to go right through the town, presuming that everybody would be in bed. We tiptoed through the town without making sufficient noise to waken a cat. By dawn we were out of the town of Rogersville and fairly on the way to Morristown, the advance post of the Union line.

Living just west of the town of Rogersville was Colonel John R. Netherland, a noted Union man, a distinguished lawyer and a citizen of Tennessee, a man who was known far and wide all through that section of the country for his stanch loyalty to the Union. He had been a candidate for Governor of Tennessee just prior to the war, when Isham B. Harris was elected Governor. I had previously been at Colonel Netherland's house, only on one occasion, however.

I knew his strong Union sentiments and that of his family, and, as it was now approaching daylight, I concluded to go to this house for advice and protection, feeling that it was a station of the "Underground Railway" for Union men. It was in the early morning when we knocked at the door of Colonel Netherland's residence, and without any preliminary questions from the upper windows or from inside the door, the door opened, and Mrs. Netherland, but lightly clad, and evidently just from bed, asked what might be wanted. In the gray dawn of the morning and in my exceedingly unattractive appearance, I being bloody, muddy, and wholly wretched, she did not recognize me. I told her who I was, that we were escaped Union prisoners, and had stopped at her home for such assistance as she might be able to give us. She gave us a most cordial welcome, invited us in, called up the household and the servants and began to prepare breakfast for us, and gave every evidence of joy and satisfaction at our escape. As the family began to gather after their night's rest, among others there came a lady who introduced herself by stating that she was from Vermont. She did not give her name, but simply stated, "I am from Vermont." This, I told her, was sufficient introduction to assure us that she was a Union woman. I told her that she needed no further introduction, that there had never been anybody from Vermont who was other than a strong Unionist. She was a Vermont woman by the name of Mrs. Kneeland, who had married in the South. She was then a widow, owning handsome property in Tennessee. To make a long story short, I may state that we spent the larger part of the day at this house, Mrs. Netherland and Mrs. Kneeland standing guard for us while we slept on the parlor floor. We were afraid to go to bed upstairs for fear that we might have to make a quick run from the house and that it might lengthen our journey too much to run downstairs, so Mrs. Netherland and Mrs. Kneeland and the family made a bed for us on the parlor floor. Mrs. Kneeland then went to a neighbor's house which stood on the roadside on the top of a hill, where she could have a long view of the road each way. In case of approaching danger she was to wave a towel as a signal for us to seek cover. Mrs. Netherland and her daughter Margaret remained at home to watch for this signal, while we two escaping prisoners revived our energies by sleep. Early in the afternoon we were awakened by Colonel Netherland appearing on the scene. As I have stated, he was a strong Union man, and it was by no means safe for him to sleep in his own house. He only visited his home occasionally, and on this occasion when he came home he found two escaped prisoners, and he was very greatly rejoiced at the opportunity to do something for us. He immediately began to send "grapevine telegrams" to Union people all along the road we were to pass on our journey toward our lines at Morristown. These "grapevine telegrams" were sent mostly by little Negroes, some mounted on mules, some afoot. There were no written messages, as you can well understand, but the Union people all through that section were informed of our coming, and were asked to be prepared to take care of us. Furthermore, he sent up into the mountains and brought out a man who was known in that section as a "Mountain Pilot," a man who was thoroughly familiar with the mountain paths and who knew every possible road of escape and could lead us from one place to another without danger of us being discovered. While we were holding a conference, our picket, Mrs. Kneeland, at the house on the hill, gave the signal of danger. Her towel was seen waving from the window, and there was a scattering of our crowd. We all ran out of the house, for that house has been searched a hundred times for Union men. We hid in the overgrown field, filled with tall grass and weeds. While here we discovered a rebel scouting party coming down the road, a lieutenant and about fifteen men. We felt certain that this scouting party was on our trail. We saw the scouting party come along the road, stop in front of Colonel Netherland's house, where they seemed to hold a council of some kind. Apparently they were familiar with that section, and knew everybody, and I dare say some one of them said that there was no use searching that house, that it had been searched a hundred times already, and nothing had ever been found. So, on this occasion, they passed the house by and did not search it, although we were within close pistol range.

While Lieutenant Carr and I were at Colonel Netherland's house we were told of the frequent searchings of this house for Union soldiers and Union refugees. One instance I may mention. A Union soldier, hard pressed by the enemy, took refuge at Colonel Netherland's house, and was seen to enter the house. The Confederate forces in pursuit dashed into the house, almost at the heels of this Union soldier, but he had mysteriously disappeared and was not to be found. Guided by Mrs. Netherland, he had entered a cabin of one of the servants near the house. This cabin was occupied by a colored woman who at that moment was rocking her baby to sleep in the cradle. Grasping the situation, this colored woman moved the cradle aside, lifted a board in the floor and put the soldier in this opening in the floor. She replaced the board, put the cradle in its place over the board, and resumed her lullaby. The Confederate soldiers entered this little one-room cabin and asked the colored mother if she had seen the Union soldier. She replied, "Yes," that he had come to this cabin and had gone right on through, whereupon the Confederate soldiers continued the search elsewhere. In relating her experience, the young colored mother stated that she was afraid that the loud beating of her heart would betray the presence of the man under the floor.

The rebel scouting party, after stopping a few minutes near our hiding place, disappeared, going west along the road in the direction we were to follow later. We returned to Colonel Netherland's house, where the "Mountain Pilot" took charge of us, and, skirting up through the mountains, avoiding the main roads, and under the guidance of the pilot, we went to the residence of Mr. John Blevins, who lived a few miles down the road in the direction we were to go. It was full daylight, maybe 3 o'clock in the afternoon, when we started from Colonel Netherland's house under the guidance of this pilot, and, going as rapidly as we two could walk, which was not very fast, the pilot guided us along the mountainside and throughout the valleys, always under cover, until about 5 o'clock in the afternoon, when we reached the mountainside in the vicinity of Mr. Blevins' home. Mr. Blevins had been United States Marshal of Tennessee, and was a man of strong character, too old for service in the army, but a union man of the first water. Old as he was, he was ready to fight, at any time, and with anybody, in support of his Union principles. He had a family of several daughters, one married, Mrs. J. R. Pace. Her husband was in the Union army, and had served with me, and we were well acquainted. The pilot, leaving us on the mountainside, under cover, went himself to Mr. Blevins' house to see if the road was clear. The "grapevine telegraph" had notified him of our coming, and he was prepared for us. He sent a written note to me by the pilot, telling me to come down to his house and we would be cared for, and signed his name to it, which was quite an unusual thing in those days. Upon receipt of this note we went down to the house. It was a handsome mansion in the Tennessee River Valley, surrounded by a beautiful farm. Mr. Blevins and his family were standing on a wide veranda in front of the house to welcome us. Five or six steps led up to this veranda, and I found myself in so wretched a physical condition that I was scarcely able to mount the steps. Seeing my condition, Mrs. Pace, Mr. Blevins' daughter, came down the steps, and, putting her arm around me, helped me up, while the Mountain Pilot helped Carr up. Mrs. Pace marched us into the wide hall of this residence, on one side of which was located a large sideboard with an array of glasses of generous size. Mrs. Pace poured two of these tumblers half full of strained honey and the other half she filled with peach brandy, stirred the whole together and passed one of them to me and the other to Carr, with directions to "Drink it all." Each of us finished our tumbler of "peach and honey" to the last drop. I can state here that it was the best drink I ever had in all my life. Mr. Blevins told us the scouting party we had seen in the afternoon had been down as far as his house, and had there turned back and gone east. We had supper here, and after supper, by which time it had grown dark, Mr. Blevins furnished each of us with a horse and a revolver, and also furnished us with a mounted Negro man as guide, with directions to take us to Mr. John Profit, a strong Union man, who lived some miles further along on our journey. The directions given by Mr. Blevins were to reach this point by midnight, feed the horses there, send them back by the guide, and Carr and myself were to spend the rest of the night with Mr. Profit, who would see us further on our journey in the morning. The colored man who was to guide us on this night trip was thoroughly familiar with the byways and avoided the highways. We went at a good gait until midnight, at which time we arrived at Mr. Profit's house. Mr. Profit had also been informed of our coming by the "grapevine telegraph," as his house was also a station on the "Underground Railroad" for escaping prisoners and Union refugees. Upon our knocking at the door with ever so gentle a knock, it was opened and the house was aglow with light, and a full square meal awaited our coming to be served on the table at the prearranged hour. Mr. Profit was more than six feet tall, weighed about 225 pounds, and very much resembled that distinguished soldier patriot of Ohio, the late Rev. Colonel Granville Moody. Mr. Profit and his family greeted us most cordially; told us that the Union pickets were within two miles of the house, and told us to eat a hearty midnight meal and go to bed, and that they would stand picket the rest of the night and warn us of any possible danger. We felt so secure in the hands of these Union people in charge of the stations on the underground railroad for escaping prisoners that we confided entirely and absolutely in them, obeyed literally their instructions, and actually went to sleep that night in a bed in the house. At the first streak of gray in the morning Mr. Profit waked us up, told us the road was open, and that our pickets would be found less than two miles away at the ford of the Holston River. We thanked him and his family for their cordial and generous entertainment and safe-guarding, and took up our journey down the middle of the road. In a short time we came to the ford of the Holston River, where we could see our vidette on the opposite side. We threw up both hands as a signal of friendship. The vidette called over to ask who we were. We told him we were escaped Union prisoners. He told us to stay where we were until he could call the officer of the guard. He rode back for the officer of the guard, and returned, bringing a lieutenant, who called across the river to ask us who we were and what regiment we belonged to. After we had identified ourselves, he told us to wait and he would bring horses over the ford to us. In a few minutes the lieutenant came back with two led horses, which he brought over to us, and we mounted them and rode back. We were again within the Union lines. The lieutenant then sent us with an officer to the colonel of his regiment, in compliance with his proper duty in such cases.

The colonel of this regiment sent an escort with us and loaned us horses on which to rejoin our own regiment. We rode along toward Morristown, where we saw a regiment moving through the fields, apparently taking up a line of march. I said to Lieutenant Carr: "There is our regiment." Carr said: "I think not." I replied to Carr that I had been adjutant of that regiment too long not to know it when I saw it, and I galloped across the fields, struck into the head of the column, and rode to my position at the side of the colonel. Colonel Garrard had not observed me, or if he had, he did not recognize me. This was by no means surprising, as I fancy my own mother would not have known me as I then appeared, as I was still bloody and muddy. However, as the regimental adjutant, I felt that I was privileged to ride in my own place. Colonel Garrard gave a surprised look at this strange fellow who had ridden up alongside him, and then a gleam of recognition came over his face. He reached out his hand to take hold of me, apparently to satisfy himself that I was not a ghost, but real flesh and blood. After taking hold of me and feeling me to see that I was really and truly in the flesh, he threw his arms around me, halted the regiment, and Carr and I held a regimental reception right there, shaking hands with every man in the regiment, who all gathered around us, and greeted us as though we had returned from the dead. At the conclusion of this hearty reception, Colonel Garrard then directed me to ride immediately to the nearest telegraph station, even if I had to go to Knoxville, and telegraph my father that I was alive and as well as could be expected under the circumstances. I learned afterward that my father received my telegram ten minutes after he had received Colonel Garrard's letter telling him that he scarcely dared hope that I had escaped the terrific fire of the enemy, under which I went down.

Lieutenant A. A. Carr, of Jackson, O., my companion in this escape, was not able to resume his duty in the regiment. He never recovered from the effects of the hardships here experienced, and died soon after.

The story here told covers a period of only four days of my three years' service. On my return to the regiment I immediately resumed my duties, and continued in the field till the end of the war. 
Brevet Colonel Theodore Frelinghuysen Allen
 
441 From Jerry Gross: "He was educated in the Cleveland Public School system and at Ohio State University. In 1891 he began work for a local bridge company as a structural engineer and remained employed in general engineering lines of work.

"Virgil Jr., died in April 1963. The Cleveland Necrology File published an obit on 21 April 1963. Wife, Margaret (Wight), son John Wight Allen, daughters, Betsy Allen Armington and Johanne Allen Irish and 10 grandchildren survived him. He was buried at Lake View Cemetery in Cleveland, Ohio.

"Virgil lived in grew up in Cleveland and often spent time with his grandmother and aunt in Columbus. He went to High School at Glenville High in Cleveland Ohio. A Kappa Sigma Alumni of Cleveland Address Book dated November 26, 1924 shows that V.D. Allen, Jr., lived at 10850 Lake Shore Blvd. and graduated in 1921 from the Reserve School. He spent a number of years living in New York where he was an Assistant Vice President in the First Citizens Bank and Trust Company of Utica, New York. He also sold Life Insurance. Virgil Jr. held a patent on a brochure that outlined budgeting and the importance of Life Insurance. The copyright is dated June 28,1927. He would later return to Cleveland where he remained until his death." 
Virgil Douglas Allen, Jr.
 
442 Quote from Oscar Burton Robbins' book on the Hempstead Jacksons, as a forward to his 1950 book, he acknowledges his sources and says "Particular mention is made of Virgil D. Allen, Architectural Engineer, formerly of 10830 Pasadena Ave., Cleveland, Ohio, who springs from Elizabeth Jackson and Job Allen III, and through whom much of earlier data has come. His death occurred in 1943, and unfortunately his own connecting line had not been obtained [by Mr. Robbins]. . .

"Virgil D. Allen was a gentleman and a cousin I am proud to have met and known [him] and [he] undoubtedly possessed much of this Jackson genealogy as well as his own paternal line which I know he planned to publish . . ."

So Virgil's son, Virgil D. Allen, Jr. stored his father's records away and was "too busy" to do any thing with them. And now, 62 years later, Jerry Gross has located them in the possession of Virgil's great-grandson and has made the records of the descendants of Elizabeth Jackson and Job Allen available to us, as well as certain other Allen papers which are transcribed and posted in the 'Biographies and Histories received from Virgil Allen" in the Table of Contents of this site.

Jerry Gross writing from the papers he received from Virgil's great-grandson:
"When at about the age of four, Virgil moved with his parents from Cardington to Franklin County, Ohio. He was educated at a country district school and at the Ohio State University. In 1891 he began work for a local bridge company as a structural engineer and remained employed in general engineering lines of work.

"Virgil has been shown to live in Chicago, Illinois and Cleveland, Ohio. A lot of records show his wife’s name as Gertrude D. Bergen, which I believe, is in error. Virgil was the source for much Genealogy research to include his Jackson, Moore, Lewis and Burgess branches of his family tree.

"Virgil Sr., died on 7 August 1943. The Cleveland Necrology File published an obit on 10 August 1943. It shows that he is survived by son Virgil Jr., sister Mrs. C.C. Wheeler of Columbus (his sister was Julia Moore Allen), grandchildren; John Wight Allen, Betsy Allen and Johanne Allen. He was buried at Lake View Cemetery in Cleveland, Ohio. Gertrude died in Feb/March 1937. The Cleveland Necrology File published an obit for Gertrude on 6 March 1937. It shows that Virgil D. Allen and her son Virgil Allen Jr survive her. Funeral services were held at her late residence, 2304 Bellfield Road at 2 p.m. on Saturday, March 6 followed with burial at Lake View Cemetery in Cleveland, Ohio.

"Virgil Sr. was in business with an Irwin Osborn. The company was called “The Allen-Osborn Co.; Virgil D. Allen-Irwin S. Osborn; Engineers, Architects; Rose Building, Cleveland.” Loan paperwork shows Gertrude’s name printed and signed as Gertrude B. Allen not Gertrude S. Allen. Virgil also had an office in the Rose Building in Cleveland, Ohio.

"Virgil Jr. wrote to his father on June 23, 1912 asking, “How many tires have you punctured? Have you learned to run over people yet?....Write soon and tell me how many plateglass windows you went through.” I’m assuming that since Virgil Sr. was only 43 years old, that Virgil Jr. was referring to his father learning how to drive since this might have been around the time when he purchased a vehicle and that a vehicle was a new commodity." 
Virgil Douglas Allen
 
443 Virgil Allen's unpublished papers say that William and Jane had nine children but that he knows nothing about them.

William and Jane were found in the 1850 Census, Illinois, Logan District:
William M. Allen 45 M Farmer 2000 NJ
Jane S. 43 F OH
Eamine? 20 F OH
Mary E. 16 F OH
Emily M. 14 F OH
Isaac N. 12 M OH
William H. 9 M IL
Myrtis C. 2 F IL

On the 1860 Census, Illinois the family was listed in Logan District, Mount Pulaski. The girls are not listed; only William and Isaac are at home with their parents. There is also a John Baxter, age 35 living with them and his two children, M. J. female, age 13; and Eva S., female age 9. I don't know what relationship the Baxters have with William and Jane.

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From Cheryl Kale:

William M. Allen moved to Knox Co., Ohio at the age of nine. he lived with his first wife for some years on a part of the farm in Ohio which his father gave him from his own holdings there. In October 1839, he removed to Logan Co., Illinois wiht his family. An account in the 1878 Hist. of Logan Co. (p. 405) states that the trip was made in wagons and consumed 18 days. He bought a farm in Logan Co. of 100 acres for which he paid $6 per acre; he added to this 100 acres by land warrant at 71 per acre; later he purchased another 40 acres by land warrant sale for $70. He stated that there were just two families in Mt. Pulaski, Logan Co., Illinois when he came there. He was a Republican and Uni.

William Mitchell was named for a brother of his grandmother Jackson. 
William Mitchell Allen
 
444 Death cert info from Sandi Vaught: "James Wesley Alley b 4/2/1900 Petty Texas d June 3 1972 Valley Baptist Hospital Harlingen Cameron County Texas. Father Walter A Alley mother Amy Jane Jackson. burial June 6 1972 Mont Meta Memorial Park in San Benito Texas
information by Sallie B Alley wife" 
James Wesley Alley
 
445 Death cert info rec'd from Sandi Vaught: "John Baxter Alley SR b Aug 2 1901, Texas d December 10 1974, Uvalde Memorial Hospital , Uvalde, Uvalde County Texas. Father W A Alley, mother Amy Jackson, burial Sabinal Cemetery, Sabinal Texas, information by Mrs. J B Alley Sr." John Baxter Alley, Sr.
 
446 Death cert info from Sandi Vaught: "Lucy May Felts b May 16 1904 Texas d March 7 1973 Nix Memorial Hospital, San Antonio, Bexar County Texas. Father Walter A Alley mother Amy Jane Jackson. burial March 7 1973 Sabinal Cemetery, Sabinal Texas.
Her residence was Sabinal Texas, information by Sam Felts. She was married to Sam E Felts." 
Lucy May Alley
 
447 1940 Census Fort Worth, Tarrant Co., Texas
Page 7 of 28; Pershing St.
Allison, Bruce Head M W 57 M TX psychiatrist - private practice
Allison, Julia J. Wife F W 51 M TX
Cox, Julia M. step-dau F W 19 S OK chemistry assistant - college
Cox, Bessie S. step-dau F W 18 S OK

Comment from a descendant: "Julia married the doctor at the Sanitorium, Dr. Allison (I dont know much about him other than he took her and her family in)."

Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976 at familysearch.org
name: Bruce Allison
death date: 10 Dec 1960
death place: Fort Worth, Tarrant, Texas
gender: Male
race: White
death age: 78 years
birth date: 16 May 1882
birthplace: Mexia, Texas
marital status: Widowed
father's name: Wm. L. Allison
mother's name: Ella Clark
occupation: Doctor Medicine
place of residence: Fort Worth, Tarrant, Texas
cemetery: Rose Hill Cemetery
burial place: Fort Worth, Texas
burial date: 12 Dec 1960
additional relatives: X
digital film number 4166553 
Dr. Bruce Allison
 
448 According to Bob Mitchell:

Living with son Hamilton C. Jackson in 1860. 
Elizabeth Kinchen Alston
 
449 Photo of the tombstone available at Find-a-Grave.
Tombstone inscription:
"Elwood S., son of John and Martha Althause, died March 29 1859 aged 66 yrs 9 mths 3 dy"

His birth date is calculated from age at death which is possibly not correct as it calculates a date which is before the date of death of his father's first wife! I tend to think his age at death may have been figured wrong which would throw the calculated birth date wrong. Possible church records could be found to verify his birth or baptism date. Further research is needed.

1850 Census Hempstead, Queens, New York
John Aulthouse 83 M no occ NY
Elwood D. Aulthouse 55 M Farmer NY (mis-indexed; image looks like a Elwood S.) (est bday = 1795)
Sarah Althouse 55 F NY
Thomas C. Aulthouse 16 M Farmer St NY (mis-indexed; looks like Thomas E.)
William Lumberton 12 M NY
Mary Conner 22 F Ireland 
Elwood S. Althouse
 
450 ALT spelling: Althause.

1850 Census Hempstead, Queens, New York
John Aulthouse 83 M no occ NY
Elwood D. Aulthouse 55 M Farmer NY (mis-indexed; image looks like a Elwood S.)
Sarah Althouse 55 F NY
Thomas C. Aulthouse 16 M Farmer St NY (mis-indexed; looks like Thomas E.)
William Lumberton 12 M NY
Mary Conner 22 F Ireland 
John Althouse, Jr.
 
451 Althause is the spelling of his name on his tombstone though most current records use the spelling of Althouse. His birth date is not taken from the Find-a-Grave site which shows photo of tombstone with no birth date. So the birth date of 12 Dec 1786 is calculated from the age at death which is on the tombstone.

Tombstone Inscription:
aged 82 years, 16 days 
Richard Jackson Althouse
 
452 Obituary found at http://www.geocities.com/milamco/milam-975ja.htm
JACKSON, Mrs. Anner (John W.) of Taylor. Age 94. Died ?/1970. Services held (Sunday) from Condra Memorial Chapel in Taylor. Burial in Salty Cemetery. Rev. Clyde Majors officiated. Grandsons were pallbearers.

She was BORN 1/27/1876 in Montgomery, AL., to M/M. Thomas Amason. Married John Jackson on 2/11/1895. They marked their Diamond Wedding anniversary in February of 1970. The Jacksons resided in Salty and Pleasant Retreat Comm. for many yrs. prior to moving to Taylor in 1940. Member of First Baptist Church of Taylor.

SURVIVORS: Husband, J.W. Jackson of Taylor; 6 daughters, Mrs. Belle Jones of Groves, Mrs. Esther Taylor, Mrs. Stella Sheppard, and Mrs. Bernice Owen of Austin, Mrs. Thelma Byrum and Mrs. Maurine McCoy of Taylor; 2 sons, Andrew Jackson of Austin and Clifford Jackson of Sarasota, FL.; 4 sisters, Mrs. May Douglas of Abilene, Mrs. Elida Ross and Mrs. Myrtle Maxwell of Portales, NM. and Mrs. John Henley of Lamesa; brother, Thomas Amason of Abilene; 19 grandchildren; 22 great-grandchildren; 2 great-great-grandchildren. 
Anner Bell 'Annie' Amason
 
453 Hmm. She wasn't listed with her family on the 1880 census, though a 3 year old daughter named Huron was listed.

1930 Census Dist 17, Holleys Mill, Coffee Co., Alabama
Watson Berry head M W 67 M22 AL GA GA
Watson, Emma wife F W 51 M15 AL AL GA
Watson, Charlie son M W 7 S AL AL AL
Watson, May dau F W 4 S AL AL AL
Jackson, Leonard step-son M W 19 S AL AL AL
Jackson, Elbert step-son M W 18 S AL AL AL
Jackson, Emma step-dau F W 15 S AL AL AL
Jackson, Estha step-dau F W 12 S AL AL AL 
Emma Ammons
 
454 Copied from rootsweb chart of Rebeka Canada:
http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=rebahs_people&id=I17955

North Carolina Marriage Bonds,1741-1868 Bride: Etta M Queen Groom: Cornelius Anderson Bond Date: 04 Aug 1840 County: Wilkes Record #: 01 007 Bondsman: James Queen Witness: J E Mastin Bond #: 000163925 
Cornelius Anderson
 
455 Birth date est from age at marriage in 1933. I did not find him in cemetery listing on Calhoun Co. site. Edgar Vance Anderson
 
456 Emma's middle name taken from the birth record of her son, Charles Benjamin Jackson. Emma Florence Anderson
 
457 According to the Alstons and the Allstons of North and South Carolina, p. 182:

He is a grandson of James Dobbin, Secretary of the Navy uinder President Pierce. 
John Huske Anderson
 
458 Idaho, Death Index, 1890-1962 about Helena Jackson
Name: Helena Jackson
Birth Place: Utah
Birth Date: 28 Jun 1860
Death Place: Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho, USA
Death Date: 21 Jul 1934
Father: Milo Andrus
Father Birth Place: Ohio
Mother: Emma Covert
Mother Birth Place: Utah
Certificate Year: 1934
Certificate Number: 089774 
Helena Andrus
 
459 From the Progressive Men book, "Came to Utah as early Mormon pioneers, there passing the remainder of theri lives, winning the esteem of the community by their well-odered lives."

****
Milo Andrus touched the lives of many people in significant ways and in a variety of activities—as a missionary, colonizer, leader of emigrant companies, church official, military leader, organizer of economic enterprises, patriarch, and as a father, friend and neighbor.

His life's activities spanned the North American continent and the Atlantic ocean several times, in the days of ox carts and sailing vessels. He viewed life from the vantage point of the dusty American plains to London's Westminister Abbey. In the course of events, he experienced both the practical and the sublime. By the strength of his body he conquered the raw, untamed wilderness; and by the energy of his soul he penetrated the veil of God's presence to behold the visible manifestations of God's glory. He was a leader of men who was addressed appropriately as Elder, as Bishop, as President, as Captain, as Major, as Chaplain, as Patriarch, and as Father.

Milo was born March 6, 1814 in Elizabethtown, Essex County, New York to Ruluf Andrus and Azuba Smith. He was the tenth of thirteen children. In his early years he moved many times with his family but eventually settled in East Norwalk, Ohio. In 1833, at the age of 19, he married Abigail Jane Daley and was baptized into the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. His joining the LDS Church would be a significant event and would completely change the rest of his life.

During this vital era when The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints was being established on the earth, Milo participated in some highly significant early events. He was a member of Zion’s Camp. He marched for a thousand miles with this body of men from Ohio to Missouri in an effort to reestablish Mormon settlers on their lands in Jackson County. The members of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles and the First Quorum of the Seventy were selected from among this group. Milo was called to be a member of the latter quorum.

He helped build the Kirtland Temple and served as president of the Florence, Ohio branch of the Church. He led this branch from Ohio to settle in Caldwell County, Missouri, a journey of about nine hundred miles. Later, while helping to settle Nauvoo and build the Nauvoo temple, Milo was bishop of the Fifth Ward in the Nauvoo Stake and an ordinance worker in the Nauvoo temple.

Continual missionary service was also a part of his life. This included a series of short missions to southern Ohio in 1833, New York state in 1835, Indiana in 1836, and Ohio in 1839 and 1844. While the Church headquarters were in Council Bluffs, Iowa, in 1846, Milo was called to go to England with Orson Pratt, where he served as president of the Liverpool Conference. During that time, hundreds of converts were brought into the Church. After serving as a home missionary in the Utah Territory, he was called to return to England, where he was appointed to be a traveling elder in southern England and in the Welsh principality. Later, he was called to be president of the Birmingham District, an area which embraced several conferences. Later, he served as a missionary to the Eastern United States. In 1882 he served as chaplain of the Utah Legislature.

Milo’s administrative responsibilities also included helping to lead many hundreds of Latter-day Saints closer to the main body of the Church. He was president of a ship company of about 700 Latter-day Saints who sailed from England to America, and a company of 900 Saints who traveled by rail from New York to Florence, Nebraska. He was three times captain of pioneer companies: 51 wagons and 206 people in 1850, 461 people in 1855, and 38 wagons and 620 people in 1861—companies which journeyed across the plains to the Salt Lake Valley.

As a builder of the West, Milo was part of major colonizing activities which extended from New York through Ohio, Missouri, Illinois, the Western Plains, and the Great Salt Lake Basin. Milo helped to construct the railroad beds in Echo Canyon and at the Point of the Mountain, between Salt Lake County and Utah County, and he helped build canals and irrigation ditches in Salt Lake Valley and other parts of the West. Members of his family made major contributions in extending such activities along the Wasatch Front and in other parts of Utah, Idaho, and Canada. In 1857, he also served as a major in the Mormon forces of the Utah War in the Salt Lake Basin. From there, Milo continued his colonizing labors into Utah’s Dixie, where he was a leading figure among the Saints in the area. He then presided over a colonizing mission in Green River (near the Colorado border). Finally, he played a leading role in the settlement of southern Idaho.

At a time when St. Louis was an outfitting center for Mormon migration to the West, in 1854, Milo was called to be the first president of the St. Louis Stake of Zion, where he performed intensive administrative and proselyting labors. He served as Bishop of the Big Cottonwood ward in the Salt Lake Valley. In southern Utah, he served as a member of the high council of the St. George Stake and played a leading role in developing and administering the economic system called the United Order. He served as a member of the high council of the Oxford Stake, in southern Idaho, and as president of the high priests quorum of that stake. During the closing years of his life, he also met the deeply spiritual challenge of service as a patriarch in the Oxford Stake.

Not the least important among Milo’s roles was his role as husband and father of the fourth largest family in Latter-day Saint history. In number of children, his family equalled that of Brigham Young. In the course of his busy life, Milo married eleven wives and had fifty-seven children. His wives and children made many great contributions in the colonizing and proselyting work of the Church.
Milo died June 19, 1893 in Oxford, Idaho. He was seventy-nine years old. He is buried in Holladay, Utah.

Source: http://miloandrus.typepad.com/the_milo_andrus_family_or/2006/12/test_post.html 
Milo Andrus
 
460 Family links at Find-a-Grave:
Parents:
Jehiel Annis (1821 - 1896)
Mary (Polly) Kline Annis (1831 - 1894)

In 1860 the Punches family is INDEXED AS PINAHES! For some as yet unknown reason, all the Annis children are enumerated with the Punches family. Later John Punches marries Mary Eta Annis.
http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=1860usfedcenancestry&h=13342725&indiv=try&o_vc=Record:OtherRecord&rhSource=5059
1860 Census Union Twp., St. Joseph Co., Indiana
Post Office: Lakeville
Moses Punches 37 M Farmer NY
Jane Punches 35 F PA
John Punches 8 M OH
Francis Punches 6 F OH
Mary Punches 5 F OH
Lorenzo Annis 18 M IN
William Annis 16 M IN
Hallah Annis 7 F IN (Hannah?)
Sam'l Annis 6 M IN
Mary Ett Annis 5 F IN
Hellen Annis 4 F IN
James Annis 10/12 M IN
In two instances the enumerator has written notes beneath two of the Annis names but I cannot make out what it says. 
Mary Eta Annis
 
461 1850 Census Dist 1, New York Ward 9, New York, New York
Alexander Anthony 52 m Butcher NY
Ann Anthony 49 F NY
Andrew Anthony 16 M Word Engraver NY
Ellen Anthony 18 F NY
Hannahetta Anthony 13 F NY
Edward Anthony 6 M NY
Sarah Anthony 3 F NY
Ellen Mulligan 40 F Ireland 
Alexander Anthony
 
462 From Michael Anthony: "Glenmoor along with Calcutta and La Croft is considered part of East Liverpool for census purposes." Gerald D. Anthony
 
463 From Michael Anthony: "Glenmoor along with Calcutta and La Croft is considered part of East Liverpool for census purposes." Harley O. Anthony
 
464 From Michael Anthony: Ivan died in Wellsville, Columbiana Co., Ohio. Janie says this may be a small community considered part of East Liverpool. Ivan L. Anthony
 
465 Notes Contributed by Frank M. Jackson:

Cert # 614/12958Õ; apoplexy, paralysis
Lot 23832

"Mary L. Jackson is listed in the 1870 US Census (Kings Co, 7th Ward, Roll 949, M 593, p. 384) as a widow age 46 with children: Jacob, age 22 (deaf &blind), Frederick, age 19, clerk in a store, George, age 17, clerk in a store, Edward, age 13, attends school, Tilly, age 10, Ella, age 8 and Lizza, age 21. Lizza was married in June of this year.

"Mary married George Ross on 27 May 1870 (NYC Municipal Archives, certificate # 1894).

"Mary L. Ross is listed as a widow in the 1880 US Census in Cranford, Union Co., NJ, age 54 (sic) and born in NY. Also listed : Jacob S. Jackosn, son, age 34(sic), born in NY; Edward O. Jackson, son, age 23, born in NY; Tillie R. Jackson, daughter, age 20, born in NY and Ella D.C. Jackson, daughter, age 18, born in NY.

"Several Mary Jacksons, all widows, are listed in the Brooklyn City directory from 1876-1879. It is impossible to tell whether or not any of these is Mary L. (Anthony) Jackson. There are also a number of George Ross entries during these and later years. Mary L. Ross, widow of George, is listed in the 1885 Brooklyn City directory as living with Edward O. Jackson at 35a Prospect Place.

"On 11 Mar 1885 the widow of Edward Jackson deeded land to Edwin R. Sheridan (Kings Co, Liber 1595: 333 & 1596:227).

"Mary's date of birth and death are from her gravestone in Greenwood Cemetery, Brooklyn, NY which reads: Mary L. Ross b. 20 June 1820 d. 27 May 1886. She died in Bellmore, NY; death cert # 614/12958 (Bellmore and NYS) of apoplexy and paralysis.

"The year of death for Mary Louise (Anthony) Jackson is also provided in a biography of Frederick Way Jackson, her son, in The Boroughs of Brooklyn and Queens Counties of Nassau and Suffolk by Henry Isham Hazelton." 
Mary Louisa Anthony
 
466 From Michael Anthony: Glenmoor along with Calcutta and La Croft is considered part of East Liverpool for census purposes. Opal died in Glenmoor. Opal Gertrude Anthony
 
467 1930 Census Dist 25, Liverpool, Columbiana Co., Ohio
Anthony, Roy E. head M W 33 M 27 WV WV WV
Anthony, Elizabeth wife F W 26 M 19 OH England KY
next page:
Anthony, Roy E. Jr. son M W 6 S OH WV OH
Anthony, Sara F dau F W 4 9/12 S OH WV OH
Anthony, Dora M. dau F W 2 7/12 OH WV OH
Anthony, John E. son M W 8/12 OH WV OH 
Roy E. Anthony
 
468 Genealogy of members, Sons of Revolution in the state of Virginia
Author: Torrence, Clayton, 1884-1953; Stewart, Robert Armistead, 1877-
Location: Allen County Public Library; http://www.acpl.lib.in.us/
Subject: Virginia - Genealogy; Sons of the Revolution in the state of Virginia -- Directories; United States - History - Revolution, 1775-1783;
Description: Compiled local and family histories from Allen County Public Library.
Source: FamilySearch
Page 165
ARCHER . . .
William Archer (1780-1822), of Powhatan County, married Charlotte Clarke (daughter of John Clarke, of "Keswick," Powhatan County, and had issue: Elizabeth Archer, married Jackson Morton (1799-1878), of Virginia and Florida. 
Elizabeth Archer
 
469 R. G. Clarke notes that Thomas attended and/or graduated from West Point in 1835. Colonel Thomas Boyle Arden
 
470 Obituary:
Memorial services for Arthur P. Armington, of Waite Hill, will be 2 p.m. Saturday at Willoughby United Methodist Church, 15 Public Square, Willoughby. Mr. Armington died Feb. 14, 2007, at Fairmount Health Center at Breckenridge Village in Willoughby. Born June 24, 1921, in Euclid, he was a lifelong Lake County resident.

He was a U.S. Navy veteran of World War II, serving as an aviation maintenance supervisor. He was a longtime active member of Willoughby United Methodist Church where he served in many capacities through the years. He enjoyed boating, water skiing, traveling, dancing, golfing, playing Bridge, and was an avid private pilot. Mr. Armington was a 1939 graduate of the former Willoughby Union High School where he participated in the marching band. He graduated from the former Case School of Engineering (now Case Western Reserve University) in Cleveland, where he was also in the marching band. He was a member of the Willoughby Area Chamber of Commerce and the Willoughby Fine Arts Association where he served as a trustee. He was also a trustee for the former St. Luke's Hospital in Cleveland. He was a member of the Burroughs Nature Club and the R.O.M.E.O.'s. Family and friends were very, very dear to him. His favorite quote was, "I like to be a participant, and not a spectator." Mr. Armington was employed as a mechanical engineer at his family's business, the former Euclid Road Machinery Company after his military service. He later founded the former Mentor Radio Company in Willoughby which he owned for more than 45 years, retiring in 2000. Survivors are his wife of 38 years, Lois C. (Clinger) Armington; children, Rebecca Armington of Aurora, Arthur P. Armington III of Concord Township, Katherine (Timothy) Reid of Casablanca, Morocco and Andrew (Diane) Armington of Lorain; step-daughter, Beth (James A.) Falkner-Brown of Willoughby; grandchildren, Scott (Sandra) Kutscher, Catherine Kutscher, Matthew (Holly) Kutscher, Neil Kutscher, Taylor Reid, Brandon Reid and Tamar (James) Falkner Calland; four great grandchildren and brother, William S. (Lillian) Armington of Sarasota, Fla. He also leaves three nieces, and two nephews and their families. His parents Arthur P. and Katherine (Stewart) Armington; and stepson, Russell A. Falkner, Ph.D., are deceased. The family will receive friends from 5 to 9 p.m. Friday at Davis Funeral Home, 4154 Clark Ave., Willoughby. The Rev. Warren Campbell-Gaston and the Rev. Lorna J. Westlake, both of Willoughby United Methodist Church, will officiate at the service. Private interment will be in Waite Hill Village Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests contributions to the Willoughby United Methodist Church Memorial Fund, 15 Public Square, Willoughby 44094; or to the Fine Arts Association of Willoughby, 38660 Mentor Ave., Willoughby 44094, or to the Breckenridge Village Life Care Fund, 36855 Ridge Road, Willoughby 44094.

****

ARTHUR P. ARMINGTON ’42, died in February, 2007. He was a Class Agent and a member of the Case Deans’ Society for many years. He was the longtime owner of Mentor Radio in Mentor, OH. He lived in Waite Hill, OH and Naples, FL. He is survived by his wife, Lois, and six children.

Source: www.casealum.org/CA-Summer2007.pdf 
Arthur P. Armington, II
 
471 1860 Census District n/g, Jackson County, Virginia
P. O. Sandyville
Benj. Arnold 65 M Farmer VA
D. Arnold 55 F VA
M. V. Arnold 23 M F labr VA
A. P. Arnold 17 M VA
David Arnold 15 M VA
Susan Arnold 8 F VA
It is not documented the Jane Jackson is A. P.'s mother. It is possible he was the son of Benjamin's first wife. 
A. P. Arnold
 
472 1870 Census Harper Twp, Roane Co., West Virginia
Post Office: Flat Fork
Family # 6 - 7
Arnold, M. 44 M W Farmer 400 200 WV
Arnold, Sarah 37 F W keeping house WV
Arnold, Marietta F. 19 F W WV (indexed as 19 but the image looks like 12)
Arnold, John L. 16 M W WV
Arnold, Albert J. 9 M W WV
Arnold, Mary T. 7 F W WV
Arnold, Launetta G. 4 F W WV
Family # 7 - 8
Arnold, Theresa 67 F W keeping house WV 
Albert J. Arnold
 
473 1880 Census Dist 44, Ravenswood, Jackson Co., West Virginia
Arnold, V. B. W M 44 married Farmer WV WV WV
Arnold, Margaret F. W F 30 wife married keeping house WV WV WV
Arnold, Emma L. W F 11 dau single Missouria WV WV
Arnold, Lois Blanch W F 10 dau single Missouria WV WV
Arnold, Alferd D. W M 8 son single Missouria WV WV
Arnold, William F. W M 6 son single Missouria WV WV
Arnold, Margaret F. W F 5 dau single Missouria WV WV
Arnold, Mary A. F W 3 dau WV WV WV
Arnold, Bertha E. F W 1 dau WV WV WV 
Alfred D. Arnold
 
474 McWhorter Sketches lists Almeda's children and some grandchildren. Email me if you want this info with subject line 'McWhorter Sketches'. Almeda Arnold
 
475 1850 Census Dist 17, Gilmer Co., Virginia
Isaac Arnold 42 M Farmer 1200 VA
Mary Arnold 35 F VA
Jacob Arnold 19 M Laborer 500 VA
James Arnold 17 M laborer VA
Amanda Arnold 15 F VA
Palmyra Arnold 13 F VA
Henrietta Arnold 7 F VA
Alexander Arnold 4 M VA
Clermont Arnold 2 M VA 
Amanda 'Monoka' Arnold
 
476 1880 Census Dist 94, Cooper, Mason Co., West Virginia
Arnold, Clermont W M 32 married WV OH OH
Arnold, Nancy Ann W F 27 wife married keeping house WV PA PA
Arnold, Susan W F 10 dau at home WV WV WV
Arnold, William W M 6 son at home WV WV WV
Arnold, Mary W F 4 dau at home WV WV WV
Arnold, Ira W M 3 son at home WV WV WV
Arnold, Andrew J. W M 10/12 son at home WV WV WV

Twenty years later Nancy his mother has died and Andrew is found with his widowed father in Oklahoma! His father's brother Jacob and family are next household to Clermont.
1900 Census Dist 78, Ware, Grant Co., Oklahoma
Family # 47
Arnold, Clermont Head W M Aug 1848 51 Wd WV WV OH
Arnold, Andrew J. son W M Aug 1879 20 S WV WV WV
Arnold, Lelia V. dau W F Nov 1884 15 S WV WV WV
Arnold, James B. son W M June 1889 10 S WV WV WV
Arnold, Milroy son W M May 1891 9 S WV WV WV

1910 Census Dist 0039, Coldwater, Grant Co., Oklahoma
Arnold, Andrew J. Head M W 36 M1 WV WV PA
Arnold, Clara A. wife F W 19 M1 0ch/0 lvg KS IL IN
Arnold, Ernest E. brother M W 17 S WV WV PA
(Andrew's age corrected to 30) 
Andrew Jackson Arnold
 
477 From the Wheeler chart (author unkn): 3 Sep 1864: Company F 174 Regiment Ohio Volunteers at Letart Ohio for 1 year.

The 1850 Census lists Andrew as Alexander!
1850 Census Dist 17, Gilmer Co., Virginia
Isaac Arnold 42 M Farmer 1200 VA
Mary Arnold 35 F VA
Jacob Arnold 19 M Laborer 500 VA
James Arnold 17 M laborer VA
Amanda Arnold 15 F VA
Palmyra Arnold 13 F VA
Henrietta Arnold 7 F VA
Alexander Arnold 4 M VA
Clermont Arnold 2 M VA 
Andrew Jackson 'Jack' Arnold
 
478 1900 Census Dist 33, Glenville, Gilmer Co., West Virginia
Arnold, H. C. Head W M May 1861 39 M19yrs WV WV WV
Arnold, Sarah wife W F Mar 1866 34 M19yrs 6ch/6 lvg WV WV WV
Arnold, Howard son W M Aug 1883 17 S WV WV WV (William Howard)
Arnold, Nora F. dau W M [sic] Feb 1887 13 S WV WV WV (obviously female)
Arnold, Cleveland B. son W M Apr 1889 11 S WV WV WV
Arnold, Nellie M. dau W F Jan 1891 9 S WV WV WV
Arnold, Artho son W M Mar 1893 7 S WV WV WV
Arnold, Boyd H. son W M Sep 1895 4 S WV WV WV 
Artho Arnold
 
479 1860 Census, Glenville, Gilmer Co., Virginia
Benjamin B. Arnold 36 M Gilmer, VA
America Arnold 33 F Kanawha, VA
Bellezena Arnold 15 F Kanawha, VA
Jackson ?. Arnold 13 M Gilmer, VA
James ?. Arnold 11 M Kanawha, VA
Ella H. Arnold 9 F Gilmer, VA
Virginia A. 7 F Gilmer, VA

Info from d/c Belzina Reaser. D/C rec'd from Debra Winkelman
Town of Revel, Dekalb Dist, Gilmer Co.
Belzina was widowed, 78 yrs, - months, 20 days when she died
She was born 18 Dec 1845 in Charleston, WV (Charleston is in Kanawha Co and it was VA at the time.)
She died 7 Jan 1924; reason for death: TB
Her parents were Benjamen B. Arnold, b Indianapolis, Indiana and America Jarret, b Charleston, WV
Informant was B. F. Reaser of Glenville, WV
Undertaker: Roy B. McGee, Cox's Mills, WV with burial in Revel on 9 Jan 1924
(Comment by J. Kimble about d/c: info on birthplace of her father Benjamin Arnold appears to be an error. On 1850 through 1880 census records Benjamin has always been listed a born in Virginia. Other records have said he was born in Gilmer Co which became Gilmer, West Virginia in 1863.)

Marriage Info from WV Vital Records rec'd from Debra Winkelman:
Bellezana Arnold, 21, to Samuel S. Reaser, 24, m 8 Dec 1867 in Gilmer County;
She was born in Kanawha Co and Samuel was b in Augusta Co; both were residents of Gilmer Co when married.
Ceremony performed by William Sisk.

Next hh to Benjamin was his dau Bellezanna and her husband:
1870 Census Center Dist, Gilmer Co., West Virginia
Post Office: Letter Gap
Reaser, Samuel S. 26 M W farmer VA
Reaser, Bellezanna 23 F W keeping house VA
Reaser, Sarah E. 5/12 F W WV
Arnold, Ella F. 17 F W VA (Bellzanna's sister)

1880 Census Dist 140, DeKalb Dist, Gilmer Co., West Virginia
Reaser, Samuel W M 36 married Carpenter VA VA VA
Reaser, Bellzana W F 34 wife married keeping house WV WV WV
Reaser, William McC W M 16 step-son single farmer WV WV WV
Reaser, Sarah E. W F 11 dau single WV VA WV
Reaser, Lutitia A. W F 8 dau single WV VA WV
Reaser, John E. W M 5 son single WV VA WV
Reaser, Howard J. W M 4 son single WV VA WV
Reaser, Lovie May W F 1 dau single WV VA WV

1900 Census, Dist 30, DeKalb Dist, Gilmer Co., West Virginia
Reaser, Samuel S. head W M Aug 1843 56 Married 32yrs VA VA VA farmer
Reaser, Bellzana wife W F Dec 1845 54 Married 32yrs 10ch/9lvg WV WV WV
Reaser, Sutice A. dau W F Sep 1871 28 S WV VA WV (This is Lutitia; she is still with the family in 1910)
Reaser, John E. son W M Sep 1874 25 S WV VA WV
Reaser, Howard J. son W M Jan 1876 24 S WV VA WV
Reaser, Lovie M. dau W F Apr 1879 21 S WV VA WV
Reaser, Clarence C. son W M Nov 1880 19 S WV VA WV
Reaser, Benjamin F. son W M Jun 1882 17 S WV VA WV
Reaser, Carl F. son W M Jul 1884 15 S WV VA WV
Reaser, Ralph A. son W M Mar 1887 13 S WV VA WV

ALT spelling of her name has been found as Belzana. 
Belle Zana Arnold
 
480 Ann Powers notes that Benjamin and America had 9 children.

1850 Census Dist 29, Kanawha Co., Virginia
Benjamine B. Arnold 25 M carpenter VA
America Arnold 23 F VA
Belzenia Arnold 5 F VA
Jackson F. Arnold 4 M VA
James F. Arnold 7/12 M VA
John F. Reynolds 30 M lumber business VA

1860 Census, Glenville, Gilmer Co., Virginia
Benjamin B. Arnold 36 M Gilmer, VA
America Arnold 33 F Kanawha, VA
Bellezena Arnold 15 F Kanawha, VA
Jackson ?. Arnold 13 M Gilmer, VA
James ?. Arnold 11 M Kanawha, VA
Ella H. Arnold 9 F Gilmer, VA
Virginia A. 7 F Gilmer, VA

1870 United States Federal Census
Name:Benjamin B Arnold
Age in 1870:48
Birth Year:abt 1822
Birthplace:Virginia
Home in 1870:Center, Gilmer, West Virginia
Race:White
Gender: Male
Post Office:Letter Gap
Value of real estate:
Household Members:
Name Age
Benjamin B Arnold 48
Ameuia Arnold 45
James F Arnold 21
Virginia A Arnold 15
Henry C Arnold 9
Nancy C Arnold 7
John W Arnold 5
William C Arnold 6

1880 Census Dist 141, Center, Gilmer Co., West Virginia
Arnold, Benjamin W M 56 married farmer VA MD PA
Arnold, America W F 54 wife married keeping house VA VA VA
Arnold, Henry C. W M 19 son single farmer VA VA VA
Arnold, Nancy T. W F 15 dau single at home WV VA VA
Arnold, John W. W M 14 son single farmer WV VA VA

Info from d/c Belzina Reaser. D/C rec'd from Debra Winkelman
Town of Revel, Dekalb Dist, Gilmer Co.
Belzina was widowed, 78 yrs, - months, 20 days when she died
She was born 18 Dec 1845 in Charleston, WV (Charleston is in Kanawha Co and it was VA at the time.)
She died 7 Jan 1924; reason for death: TB
Her parents were Benjamen B. Arnold, b Indianapolis, Indiana and America Jarret, b Charleston, WV
Informant was B. F. Reaser of Glenville, WV
Undertaker: Roy B. McGee, Cox's Mills, WV with burial in Revel on 9 Jan 1924
(Comment by J. Kimble: d/c: info on birthplace of her father Benjamin Arnold appears to be an error. On 1850 through 1880 census records Benjamin has always been listed as born in Virginia. Other records have said he was born in Gilmer Co VA which became Gilmer, West Virginia in 1863.) 
Benjamin Board Arnold
 
481 1900 Census Dist 33, Glenville, Gilmer Co., West Virginia
Arnold, H. C. Head W M May 1861 39 M19yrs WV WV WV
Arnold, Sarah wife W F Mar 1866 34 M19yrs 6ch/6 lvg WV WV WV
Arnold, Howard son W M Aug 1883 17 S WV WV WV (William Howard)
Arnold, Nora F. dau W M [sic] Feb 1887 13 S WV WV WV (obviously female)
Arnold, Cleveland B. son W M Apr 1889 11 S WV WV WV
Arnold, Nellie M. dau W F Jan 1891 9 S WV WV WV
Arnold, Artho son W M Mar 1893 7 S WV WV WV
Arnold, Boyd H. son W M Sep 1895 4 S WV WV WV 
Benjamin Cleveland Arnold
 
482 Virginia Marriages, 1740-1850
Groom Name: Benjamin Arnold
Bride Name: Susannah W. Wamsley
Marriage Date: 21 Oct 1816
County: Randolph
State: Virginia

On the 1850 census, District 27, Jackson County, Virginia, Ruth Arnold, age 15, and Martin V. Arnold, age 13, are both enumerated in the household of Thomas Maris and it was an assumption that Ruth and Martin are siblings.
On the 1860 Census, district n/g, Jackson Co., Virginia, Martin V. Arnold is enumerated in his father's household, Benjamin Arnold and they are living NEXT HOUSEHOLD to the above Thomas Mairs/Maris and family. Benjamin is 65 yrs old, Thomas' wife Louisa is 38 yrs old and a possible daughter of Benjamin. Thomas and Louisa have named a son Benjamin.

Later: The typed death record of Rutha Arnold is found showing her parents as Benj. J. Arnold and Susan Arnold and the informant was Thomas MORRIS. And on the original handwritten record here:
http://www.wvculture.org/vrr/va_view.aspx?Id=5797140&Type=Death the informant is listed as Thos. Mairs, brother-in-law. This verifies that Thomas Mairs's wife Louisa is Benjamin's daughter!.

1860 Census District n/g, Jackson County, Virginia
P. O. Sandyville
Benj. Arnold 65 M Farmer VA
D. Arnold 55 F VA
M. V. Arnold 23 M F labr VA
A. P. Arnold 17 M VA
David Arnold 15 M VA
Susan Arnold 8 F VA 
Benjamin J. Arnold
 
483 1900 Census Dist 33, Glenville, Gilmer Co., West Virginia
Arnold, H. C. Head W M May 1861 39 M19yrs WV WV WV
Arnold, Sarah wife W F Mar 1866 34 M19yrs 6ch/6 lvg WV WV WV
Arnold, Howard son W M Aug 1883 17 S WV WV WV (William Howard)
Arnold, Nora F. dau W M [sic] Feb 1887 13 S WV WV WV (obviously female)
Arnold, Cleveland B. son W M Apr 1889 11 S WV WV WV
Arnold, Nellie M. dau W F Jan 1891 9 S WV WV WV
Arnold, Artho son W M Mar 1893 7 S WV WV WV
Arnold, Boyd H. son W M Sep 1895 4 S WV WV WV 
Boyd Henry Arnold
 
484 Mason County, WV Hardesty's Biographical Atlas 1882 - Volume 5, Page 50 PERSONAL HISTORY DEPARTMENT OF MASON COUNTY COOPER DISTRICT CLERMONT ELIAS ARNOLD - was born in Gilmer county, West Virginia, August 15, 1848, and became a resident in Mason county in 1866, settling on a farm in Cooper district. He served six months as a soldier during the war between the States, a member of Company I, 1st West Virginia Battery, Federal army. January 1, 1868, in Mason county, he was united in marriage with Nancy Ann Plants, who was born in Mason county, January 2, 1853. They have five living children, all at home, and lost by death their second born. These children were: Susan, born May 18, 1870; Henrietta, February 25, 1872, deceased; William A., April 28, 1874; Mary, March 2, 1876; Ira, September 7, 1878; Andrew J., August 25, 1879. Isaac and Mary (Lusher[sic]) Arnold, the parents of the subject of this sketch, are deceased, as are his wife's parents, Jacob and Nancy (Cooper) Plants. Mr. Arnold may be addressed at Beech Hill, Mason county, West Virginia.

The above found at: http://www.wvgenweb.org/mason/biographies.html

1850 Census Dist 17, Gilmer Co., Virginia
Isaac Arnold 42 M Farmer 1200 VA
Mary Arnold 35 F VA
Jacob Arnold 19 M Laborer 500 VA
James Arnold 17 M laborer VA
Amanda Arnold 15 F VA
Palmyra Arnold 13 F VA
Henrietta Arnold 7 F VA
Alexander Arnold 4 M VA
Clermont Arnold 2 M VA

1880 Census Dist 94, Cooper, Mason Co., West Virginia
Arnold, Clermont W M 32 married WV OH OH
Arnold, Nancy Ann W F 27 wife married keeping house WV PA PA
Arnold, Susan W F 10 dau at home WV WV WV
Arnold, William W M 6 son at home WV WV WV
Arnold, Mary W F 4 dau at home WV WV WV
Arnold, Ira W M 3 son at home WV WV WV
Arnold, Andrew J. W M 10/12 son at home WV WV WV

Twenty years later Nancy has died and Clermont is found in Oklahoma! His brother Jacob and family are next household to Clermont.
1900 Census Dist 78, Ware, Grant Co., Oklahoma
Family # 47
Arnold, Clermont Head W M Aug 1848 51 Wd WV WV OH
Arnold, Andrew J. son W M Aug 1879 20 S WV WV WV
Arnold, Lelia V. dau W F Nov 1884 15 S WV WV WV
Arnold, James B. son W M June 1889 10 S WV WV WV
Arnold, Milroy son W M May 1891 9 S WV WV WV
Family # 48
Arnold, Jacob R. Head W M Nov 1830 69 M17yrs WV WV OH
Arnold, Edith M. wife W F Feb 1853 45 M17yrs 3ch/3 lvg OH OH OH
Arnold, William D. son W M Aug 1883 16 S KS WV OH
Arnold, Walter L. son W M Apr 1886 14 S KS WV OH

Another child for Clermont and Nancy is not listed in the 1900 census; was first found as Andrew's brother in 1910 census. Further research found the child in 1900, Ernest E. Arnold, 7 years old, living with his cousin Joseph Warner, back in Mason County, West Virginia.
1900 Census Dist 52, Cologne, Mason Co., West Virginia
Warner, Joseph ? Head W M Nov 1850 49 M21yrs PA NJ PA
Warner, Rosy A. wife W F Apr 1851 49 M21yrs no children WV PA PA
Arnold, Ernest E. cousin W M May 1893 7 S WV WV PA

A second marriage record is found for Clermont. The 1895 marriage record says Clermont Elias Arnold, age 47, was born in Gilmer County, West Virginia; his bride was Nettie May Roush, age 19, born in Mason County, West Virginia. They were married by James Fish on 16 Dec 1895 in Ravenswood, Mason Co., West Virginia. Nettie is not found with Clermont in the 1900 census.
http://www.wvculture.org/vrr/va_view.aspx?Id=12211038&Type=Marriage

A third marriage record is found in Mason County, WV. Apparently something happened to the second wife, because Clermont went back to West Virginia for a third wife. This marriage took place 25 Dec 1900 in the home of C. Plants in Mason County to Maude Wise. Maude was 19 years old, born in Putnam County. Clermont is said to be 52 years old, born in Gilmer. I note that Clermont's first wife was Nancy Plants; wonder if this C. Plants was a relative of his first wife?

His death record is found in Mason County, WV saying he was married and had died of menengitis.
At the Find-a-Grave Memorial there is a photo of a small upright stone inscribed with his name and "Co 1, 1 Regt, VA VET INF" 
Clermont Elias Arnold
 
485 1860 Census District n/g, Jackson County, Virginia
P. O. Sandyville
Benj. Arnold 65 M Farmer VA
D. Arnold 55 F VA
M. V. Arnold 23 M F labr VA
A. P. Arnold 17 M VA
David Arnold 15 M VA
Susan Arnold 8 F VA

West Virginia Marriage Records, 1863-1900
Name: David D. Arnold
Spouse: Virginia Dye
Marriage Date: 26 Dec 1869
County: Wirt
State: WV

David's 1869 marriage record says he was born in Wirt County, WV. But in 1848 when he was born Wirt County had not been formed and the area where he was born was still Jackson County. Wirt County was formed in 1848 from Wood and Jackson Counties.

The Wirt County, West Virginia Death Certificate says this father was Benjamin Arnold and his mother was a Jackson. His wife, Mrs. Virginia Arnold of Burning Springs, West Virginia was the informant. His tombstone has the years 1847-1925 though his death certificate gives a birth date of 30 Mar 1848. See photo of tombstone here:
http://wirtcounty.net/Cemeteries/Beaty%20Cemetery%20Main.htm#39191. That site also has the death certificate but it is not as clearly legible as the shown here: http://www.wvculture.org/vrr/va_view.aspx?Id=428554&Type=Death. 
David Depue Arnold
 
486 1920 Census Dist 175, Akron Ward 5, Summit Co., Ohio
Arnold, Howard Head M W 36 M WV WV WV street car conductor
Arnold, Bertha wife F W 36 M WV WV WV
Arnold, Waymond son M W 16 S WV WV WV
Arnold, Doretha dau F W 14 S WV WV WV
Arnold, Donald son M W 9 S WV WV WV
Arnold, Edith dau F W 1 2/12 S OH WV WV 
Donald Robert Arnold
 
487 1920 Census Dist 175, Akron Ward 5, Summit Co., Ohio
Arnold, Howard Head M W 36 M WV WV WV street car conductor
Arnold, Bertha wife F W 36 M WV WV WV
Arnold, Waymond son M W 16 S WV WV WV
Arnold, Doretha dau F W 14 S WV WV WV
Arnold, Donald son M W 9 S WV WV WV
Arnold, Edith dau F W 1 2/12 S OH WV WV 
Edith Arnold
 
488 Obit provided by Marsha Petrie:
Obituary of Elizabeth (Arnold) Welch.Died, at her residence in Jackson county, West Virginia, October 17,1878, Mrs. Elizabeth Welch consort of John Welch.

The subject of this sketch was born in Harrison county, Virginia, Sept.15, 1801. At the time of her death, and for fifty-eight years previous,she was a member of the M.E. Church, ever ready with encouraging counsel to the young and those who seemed to weary in the Redeemer's cause she had words of encouragement and consolation. For many years previous to her death she was a great sufferer, and for fifteen months she was prostrated by partial paralysis. During all this time of terrible affliction, if there was anyone of the family ill or suffering the slightest scratch or wound, she seemed forgetful of her own affliction to inquire minutely after them. Her soul was the temple of kindness, as hundreds will attest who have been the recipients of her motherly care and nursing during sickness.

She is gone- gone from a world of sorrow, trials and afflictions to that upper and better world of peace and eternal rest. She leaves a husband, now over 80 years old, and nine children. God grant they may all profit by the noble precepts and examples she left them. 
Elizabeth Arnold
 
489 Next hh to Benjamin was his dau and her husband:
1870 Census Center Dist, Gilmer Co., West Virginia
Post Office: Letter Gap
Reaser, Samuel S. 26 M W farmer VA
Reaser, Bellezanna 23 F W keeping house VA
Reaser, Sarah E. 5/12 F W WV
Arnold, Ella F. 17 F W VA (Bellzanna's sister) 
Ella Florence Arnold
 
490 1880 Census Dist 95, Green Garden, Ellsworth Co., Kansas
Arnold, Jacob W M 49 married Farmer VA VA VA
Arnold, Margaret W. F 45 wife married keeping house VA VA VA
Arnold, James E. W M 21 son single farmer WV VA VA
Arnold, Oliver N. W M 19 sib farm laborer WV VA VA
Arnold, M. Sheridan W M 13 son - WV VA VA
Arnold, Mary E. W F 11 dau single WV VA VA
Arnold, Enos F. W M 3 son KS VA VA 
Enos F. Arnold
 
491 Another child for Clermont and Nancy is not listed with them in the 1900 census; was first found as Andrew's brother in 1910 census. Further research found the child, Ernest E. Arnold, 7 years old, living with his cousin Joseph Warner, back in Mason County, West Virginia.
1900 Census Dist 52, Cologne, Mason Co., West Virginia
Warner, Joseph ? Head W M Nov 1850 49 M21yrs PA NJ PA
Warner, Rosy A. wife W F Apr 1851 49 M21yrs no children WV PA PA
Arnold, Ernest E. cousin W M May 1893 7 S WV WV PA
Note: someone has indicated on this census record that this was in Leon, Mason County. This Leon is the same area in which his father died in 1902.

1910 Census Dist 0039, Coldwater, Grant Co., Oklahoma
Arnold, Andrew J. Head M W 36 M1 WV WV PA
Arnold, Clara A. wife F W 19 M1 0ch/0 lvg KS IL IN
Arnold, Ernest E. brother M W 17 S WV WV PA
(Andrew's age corrected to 30)

World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918
Name: Earnest E Arnold
County: Woods
State: Oklahoma
Birthplace: West Virginia;United States of America
Birth Date: 6 May 1893
Race: Caucasian (White)
FHL Roll Number: 1852244
Additional info found on the actual image:
Birthplace: Beech Hill, West Virginia
Residence: Waynoka in Woods County
He is married. 
Ernest Everett Arnold
 
492 (As the McWhorter Jackson Sketches say that Miranda's daughter Florence married a Ferrell, I wonder if Marietta's middle name was Florence..... I have not found a record for Florence.) Florence Arnold
 
493 Henrietta is not on the 1880 census. It is assumed she has died. The bio in her father's notes also say she is deceased. Henrietta Arnold
 
494 1850 Census Dist 17, Gilmer Co., Virginia
Isaac Arnold 42 M Farmer 1200 VA
Mary Arnold 35 F VA
Jacob Arnold 19 M Laborer 500 VA
James Arnold 17 M laborer VA
Amanda Arnold 15 F VA
Palmyra Arnold 13 F VA
Henrietta Arnold 7 F VA
Alexander Arnold 4 M VA
Clermont Arnold 2 M VA 
Henrietta 'Etta' Arnold
 
495 Henry's middle name was taken from the birth record of his son Boyd Henry Arnold which is found here:
http://www.wvculture.org/vrr/va_view.aspx?Id=13788&Type=Birth (scroll right)

1880 Census Dist 141, Center, Gilmer Co., West Virginia
Arnold, Benjamin W M 56 married farmer VA MD PA
Arnold, America W F 54 wife married keeping house VA VA VA
Arnold, Henry C. W M 19 son single farmer VA VA VA
Arnold, Nancy T. W F 15 dau single at home WV VA VA
Arnold, John W. W M 14 son single farmer WV VA VA

1900 Census Dist 33, Glenville, Gilmer Co., West Virginia
Arnold, H. C. Head W M May 1861 39 M19yrs WV WV WV
Arnold, Sarah wife W F Mar 1866 34 M19yrs 6ch/6 lvg WV WV WV
Arnold, Howard son W M Aug 1883 17 S WV WV WV (William Howard)
Arnold, Nora F. dau W M [sic] Feb 1887 13 S WV WV WV (obviously female)
Arnold, Cleveland B. son W M Apr 1889 11 S WV WV WV
Arnold, Nellie M. dau W F Jan 1891 9 S WV WV WV
Arnold, Artho son W M Mar 1893 7 S WV WV WV
Arnold, Boyd H. son W M Sep 1895 4 S WV WV WV 
Henry Columbus Arnold
 
496 1880 Census Dist 94, Cooper, Mason Co., West Virginia
Arnold, Clermont W M 32 married WV OH OH
Arnold, Nancy Ann W F 27 wife married keeping house WV PA PA
Arnold, Susan W F 10 dau at home WV WV WV
Arnold, William W M 6 son at home WV WV WV
Arnold, Mary W F 4 dau at home WV WV WV
Arnold, Ira W M 3 son at home WV WV WV
Arnold, Andrew J. W M 10/12 son at home WV WV WV

There is a Memorial# 70236076 created at Find-a-Grave saying Ira is buried here in the Jackson Yauger Cemetery, Leon, Mason County in an unmarked grave. No date of death is given. 
Ira Arnold
 
497 Isaac Arnold-2591 married his cousin, Mary 'Polly' Flesher-2590. Isaac's parents were Jemima Jackson and John Arnold. Isaac's wife, Mary Polly Flesher's parents were Lucinda Jackson and William Flesher. Jemima and Lucinda were sisters, daughters of Edward Jackson and Martha Miller.

1850 Census Dist 17, Gilmer Co., Virginia
Isaac Arnold 42 M Farmer 1200 VA
Mary Arnold 35 F VA
Jacob Arnold 19 M Laborer 500 VA
James Arnold 17 M laborer VA
Amanda Arnold 15 F VA
Palmyra Arnold 13 F VA
Henrietta Arnold 7 F VA
Alexander Arnold 4 M VA
Clermont Arnold 2 M VA 
Isaac Arnold
 
498 On his birth record he is J. S. Arnold; on his death record he is J. D. Arnold. Perhaps an error in transcription from the original records. J. S. Arnold
 
499 1850 Census Dist 17, Gilmer Co., Virginia
Isaac Arnold 42 M Farmer 1200 VA
Mary Arnold 35 F VA
Jacob Arnold 19 M Laborer 500 VA
James Arnold 17 M laborer VA
Amanda Arnold 15 F VA
Palmyra Arnold 13 F VA
Henrietta Arnold 7 F VA
Alexander Arnold 4 M VA
Clermont Arnold 2 M VA

Jacob served the Union in the Civil War. He enlisted in Co C 9th W.Va. Volunteer Infantry at Ravenswood, VA (WV) in October 1861. He re enlisted in January 1864 and was discharged in July 1865. (From Don Norman Files)

U.S. Civil War Soldiers, 1861-1865
about Jacob R. Arnold
Name: Jacob R. Arnold
Side: Union
Regiment State/Origin: West Virginia
Regiment Name: 1 West Virginia Vet. Inf.
Regiment Name Expanded: 1st Regiment, West Virginia Veteran Infantry
Company: I
Rank In: Private
Rank In Expanded: Private
Rank Out: Private
Rank Out Expanded: Private
Film Number: M507 roll 1

1880 Census Dist 95, Green Garden, Ellsworth Co., Kansas
Arnold, Jacob W M 49 married Farmer VA VA VA
Arnold, Margaret W. F 45 wife married keeping house VA VA VA
Arnold, James E. W M 21 son single farmer WV VA VA
Arnold, Oliver N. W M 19 sib farm laborer WV VA VA
Arnold, M. Sheridan W M 13 son - WV VA VA
Arnold, Mary E. W F 11 dau single WV VA VA
Arnold, Enos F. W M 3 son KS VA VA

Jacob was found in 1885 Kansas State Census in Longton, Elk Co., Kansas.

Jacob and his second wife and children by her are found in 1900 census in Oklahoma living next household to Jacob's widowed brother Clermont. Note that this census record gives Jacob's birth date as Nov 1830 instead of 1831.
1900 Census Dist 78, Ware, Grant Co., Oklahoma
Family # 47
Arnold, Clermont Head W M Aug 1848 51 Wd WV WV OH
Arnold, Andrew J. son W M Aug 1879 20 S WV WV WV
Arnold, Lelia V. dau W F Nov 1884 15 S WV WV WV
Arnold, James B. son W M June 1889 10 S WV WV WV
Arnold, Milroy son W M May 1891 9 S WV WV WV
Family # 48
Arnold, Jacob R. Head W M Nov 1830 69 M17yrs WV WV OH
Arnold, Edith M. wife W F Feb 1853 45 M17yrs 3ch/3 lvg OH OH OH
Arnold, William D. son W M Aug 1883 16 S KS WV OH
Arnold, Walter L. son W M Apr 1886 14 S KS WV OH

Another source (L. Flesher) says he died in Grant County, OK. 
Jacob Radcliff 'Reger' Arnold
 
500 1900 Census Dist 78, Ware, Grant Co., Oklahoma
Family # 47
Arnold, Clermont Head W M Aug 1848 51 Wd WV WV OH
Arnold, Andrew J. son W M Aug 1879 20 S WV WV WV
Arnold, Lelia V. dau W F Nov 1884 15 S WV WV WV
Arnold, James B. son W M June 1889 10 S WV WV WV
Arnold, Milroy son W M May 1891 9 S WV WV WV 
James Byrd Arnold
 
501 1880 Census Dist 95, Green Garden, Ellsworth Co., Kansas
Arnold, Jacob W M 49 married Farmer VA VA VA
Arnold, Margaret W. F 45 wife married keeping house VA VA VA
Arnold, James E. W M 21 son single farmer WV VA VA
Arnold, Oliver N. W M 19 sib farm laborer WV VA VA
Arnold, M. Sheridan W M 13 son - WV VA VA
Arnold, Mary E. W F 11 dau single WV VA VA
Arnold, Enos F. W M 3 son KS VA VA 
James Emmet Arnold
 
502 Ann Powers has said James and Theresa had 8 children, but she did not send the names of all of them.

1850 Census District 17, Gilmer Co., Virginia
James J. Arnold 53 M Farmer 1600 VA
Theresa Arnold 47 F MD
John Arnold 21 M Farmer 1500 VA 
James Jackson Arnold
 
503 1850 Census Dist 17, Gilmer Co., Virginia
Isaac Arnold 42 M Farmer 1200 VA
Mary Arnold 35 F VA
Jacob Arnold 19 M Laborer 500 VA
James Arnold 17 M laborer VA
Amanda Arnold 15 F VA
Palmyra Arnold 13 F VA
Henrietta Arnold 7 F VA
Alexander Arnold 4 M VA
Clermont Arnold 2 M VA 
James W. 'Jessie' Arnold
 
504 Ledger says John Arnold went to Texas.

1850 Census District 17, Gilmer Co., Virginia
James J. Arnold 53 M Farmer 1600 VA
Theresa Arnold 47 F MD
John Arnold 21 M Farmer 1500 VA 
John Arnold
 
505 Will transcribed and contributed to this site by Paula Mellor ©Paula Mellor - Can be used for personal use, not to be copied, placed or used in any form for commercial purposes or put on any other website.

Abstract of John Arnold's Will
Harrison County, WV Wills: Book 1 Page 483

Will of John Arnold, dated July 20, 1811, Probated August 4, 1811
Devised to Jemima, wife, home farm for life and one third of all Personal Property, after her decease to Isaac, youngest son. To George eldest son, one hundred acres on waters on Regers Run and Gnatty Creek. To sons James and Benjamin, tract of land on Ceder Creek and one horse each. To daughters, Elizabeth, Mary and Kitturah each one cow, 2 sheep and 1 horse. Residue divided between sons and daughters.
Witnesses: Simon Arnold & Prudence Arnold.

Inventory Dated October 3, 1811 recorded Will Book 1 Page 501
Appraisers Jonathan Radcliff, James Radcliff and Jonathan Coburn.

Sale Bill Dated October 4, 1811, Jemima Arnold, widow, administratrix
Recorded: Harrison County, W. VA Will Book 1 Page 464 
John Arnold
 
506 1870 Census Harper Twp, Roane Co., West Virginia
Post Office: Flat Fork
Family # 6 - 7
Arnold, M. 44 M W Farmer 400 200 WV
Arnold, Sarah 37 F W keeping house WV
Arnold, Marietta F. 19 F W WV (indexed as 19 but the image looks like 12)
Arnold, John L. 16 M W WV
Arnold, Albert J. 9 M W WV
Arnold, Mary T. 7 F W WV
Arnold, Launetta G. 4 F W WV
Family # 7 - 8
Arnold, Theresa 67 F W keeping house WV 
John L. Arnold
 
507 1880 Census Dist 141, Center, Gilmer Co., West Virginia
Arnold, Benjamin W M 56 married farmer VA MD PA
Arnold, America W F 54 wife married keeping house VA VA VA
Arnold, Henry C. W M 19 son single farmer VA VA VA
Arnold, Nancy T. W F 15 dau single at home WV VA VA
Arnold, John W. W M 14 son single farmer WV VA VA 
John W. Arnold
 
508 1870 Census Harper Twp, Roane Co., West Virginia
Post Office: Flat Fork
Family # 6 - 7
Arnold, M. 44 M W Farmer 400 200 WV
Arnold, Sarah 37 F W keeping house WV
Arnold, Marietta F. 19 F W WV (indexed as 19 but the image looks like 12)
Arnold, John L. 16 M W WV
Arnold, Albert J. 9 M W WV
Arnold, Mary T. 7 F W WV
Arnold, Launetta G. 4 F W WV
Family # 7 - 8
Arnold, Theresa 67 F W keeping house WV

1880 Census Dist 121, Harper, Roane Co., West Virginia
Arnold, Maranda W M 53 married farmer WV WV WV
Arnold, Sarah W F 45 wife married keeping house WV WV WV
Arnold, Lewis W M 26 son single school teacher WV WV WV
Arnold, Albert J. W M 19 son single farm laborer WV WV WV
Arnold, Mary ?. W F 16 dau single WV WV WV
Arnold, Lauretta G. W F 13 dau single WV WV WV

West Virginia Marriage Records, 1863-1900
about Lauretta G. Arnold
Name: C. A. Belt
Spouse: Lauretta G. Arnold
Marriage Date: 4 Oct 1883
County: Roane 
Lauretta G. Arnold
 
509 It is possible that Lewis is one of the two unnamed sons found in the birth records of Gilmer County, but until more is learned about Lewis, that cannot be proved. Lewis Arnold
 
510 1910 Census, Dist 0120, Leadsville, Randolph Co., West Virginia
Arnold, Howard Head M W 26 M1 for 7yrs WV WV WV (William Howard)
Arnold, Bertha wife F W 26 M1 for 7yrs 2ch/2lvg WV WV WV
Arnold, Waymond son M W 6 S WV WV WV
Arnold, Lovetta dau F W 4 S WV WV WV (looks to me like Loretha and agrees with WWII draft card below)
Taylor, Floyd boarder M W 18 S OH OH OH
Taylor, Everett boarder M W 16 S OH OH OH

1920 Census Dist 175, Akron Ward 5, Summit Co., Ohio
Arnold, Howard Head M W 36 M WV WV WV street car conductor
Arnold, Bertha wife F W 36 M WV WV WV
Arnold, Waymond son M W 16 S WV WV WV
Arnold, Doretha dau F W 14 S WV WV WV
Arnold, Donald son M W 9 S WV WV WV
Arnold, Edith dau F W 1 2/12 S OH WV WV

U.S. World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942
Name: William Howard Arnold
Birth Date: 26 Aug 1883
Birth Place: Gilmare Co, West Virginia
Residence: Summit, Ohio
(But his Gilmer, WV, birth record says born 26 Aug 1884!)
Race: White
Nearest relative who will know your address:
Loretha White, 421 E. Buchtel Ave., Akron, Ohio
Signed as "William H. Arnold" 
Loretha Arnold
 
511 1850 Census, District n/g, Jackson Co, VA
202 207 Mairs Thos 45 M Farmer Ireland
202 207 Mairs Louisa 27 F VA
202 207 Mairs Rachel S 9 F VA
202 207 Mairs Benj 6 M VA
202 207 Mairs Joseph W 3 M VA
202 207 Mairs John 1 M VA
202 207 Arnold Ruth 15 F VA
202 207 Arnold Martin V 13 M VA 
Louisa Arnold
 
512 1880 Census Dist 95, Green Garden, Ellsworth Co., Kansas
Arnold, Jacob W M 49 married Farmer VA VA VA
Arnold, Margaret W. F 45 wife married keeping house VA VA VA
Arnold, James E. W M 21 son single farmer WV VA VA
Arnold, Oliver N. W M 19 sib farm laborer WV VA VA
Arnold, M. Sheridan W M 13 son - WV VA VA
Arnold, Mary E. W F 11 dau single WV VA VA
Arnold, Enos F. W M 3 son KS VA VA 
M. Sheridan Arnold
 
513 1850 Census Dist 17, Gilmer Co., Virginia
Momanda Arnold 24 M Farmer 1,100 VA
Sarah Arnold 17 F VA

1870 Census Harper Twp, Roane Co., West Virginia
Post Office: Flat Fork
Family # 6 - 7
Arnold, M. 44 M W Farmer 400 200 WV
Arnold, Sarah 37 F W keeping house WV
Arnold, Marietta F. 19 F W WV (indexed as 19 but the image looks like 12)
Arnold, John L. 16 M W WV
Arnold, Albert J. 9 M W WV
Arnold, Mary T. 7 F W WV
Arnold, Launetta G. 4 F W WV
Family # 7 - 8
Arnold, Theresa 67 F W keeping house WV

1880 Census Dist 121, Harper, Roane Co., West Virginia
Arnold, Maranda W M 53 married farmer WV WV WV
Arnold, Sarah W F 45 wife married keeping house WV WV WV
Arnold, Lewis W M 26 son single school teacher WV WV WV
Arnold, Albert J. W M 19 son single farm laborer WV WV WV
Arnold, Mary ?. W F 16 dau single WV WV WV
Arnold, Lauretta G. W F 13 dau single WV WV WV 
Maranda Arnold
 
514 The record in the 1887 Jackson Ledger was nearly phonetically correct in saying that Margurite Arnold married a Mr. Dehew. The marriage record of Margaret Arnold and David Depue was found in the West Virginia Vital Records online data base. Unfortunately, it does not give the parents' names. Though the marriage took place in Kanawha County, the couple is found on the 1850 census living in Wirt County where her mother is found in later records. So far, this 1887 Ledger is the only record found that connects Margaret Arnold as a daughter of Benjamin Arnold. The record of her death says she was 62 years old and born in Arnoldsburg, which is in Calhoun County! She died in Jackson County where so many others of this family were living.

1850 Census Dist 70, Wirt Co., Virginia
David Depue 32 M Farmer 1600 VA
Margaret Depue 26 F VA
Benjamin Depue 7 M VA
Mary Depue 4 F VA
John Depue 10/12 M VA
Elender Baley 40 F VA

There are several other Depue families on the 1850 census page and possible relatives.
Hiram Depue, age 32, with wife Ruth age 26
Jonathan Depue, age 42, and wife Malinda age 34
next page is Archebal Depue, age 35, with wife Juliet 34.

1880 Census District 45, Ravenswood, Jackson Co., West Virginia
Depue, David W M 64 husband married Farmer WV NJ VA
Depue, Margaret W F 56 wife married keeping house WV WV WV
Owens, Jane W F 17 neice single going to school WV WV WV 
Margurite (Margaret) Arnold
 
515 Her name was nearly impossible to read on the birth records but very legible on the 1870 census record. Though her age is indexed wrong at ancestry.com on this 1870 record. Her age is indexed as 19 in an effort to keep the children's ages in chronilogical order. But the image looks like Marietta was 12 years old - which agrees with the birth record.

1870 Census Harper Twp, Roane Co., West Virginia
Post Office: Flat Fork
Family # 6 - 7
Arnold, M. 44 M W Farmer 400 200 WV
Arnold, Sarah 37 F W keeping house WV
Arnold, Marietta F. 19 F W WV (indexed as 19 but the image looks like 12)
Arnold, John L. 16 M W WV
Arnold, Albert J. 9 M W WV
Arnold, Mary T. 7 F W WV
Arnold, Launetta G. 4 F W WV
Family # 7 - 8
Arnold, Theresa 67 F W keeping house WV

(As the McWhorter Jackson Sketches say that Miranda's daughter Florence married a Ferrell, I wonder if Marietta's middle name was Florence..... I have not found a record for Florence.) 
Marietta F. Arnold
 
516 The records at WV Vitals Online has her death on 21 Apr 1858, 1 day old, in Calhoun Co. Perhaps her mother delivered her in Calhoun but the family lived in Gilmer County. The Family Search Labs has her birth on 20 Apr 1858 at Letter Gap, Gilmer Co., West Virginia. Martha Arnold
 
517 Martin and Margaret are said to have had 10 chldren.

1850 Census, District n/g, Jackson Co, VA
202 207 Mairs Thos 45 M Farmer Ireland
202 207 Mairs Louisa 27 F VA
202 207 Mairs Rachel S 9 F VA
202 207 Mairs Benj 6 M VA
202 207 Mairs Joseph W 3 M VA
202 207 Mairs John 1 M VA
202 207 Arnold Ruth 15 F VA
202 207 Arnold Martin V 13 M VA

1860 Census District n/g, Jackson County, Virginia
P. O. Sandyville
Benj. Arnold 65 M Farmer VA
D. Arnold 55 F VA
M. V. Arnold 23 M F labr VA
A. P. Arnold 17 M VA
David Arnold 15 M VA
Susan Arnold 8 F VA

1870 Census, Duncan, Sullivan Co., Missouri
P. O.: Milan, Missouri
Arnold, Vanburen 33 M W Farmer WV
Arnold, Margarett 21 F W keeping house WV
Arnold, Emma A. 2 F W Missouri
Arnold, Lois B. 1 F W Missouri

1880 Census Dist 44, Ravenswood, Jackson Co., West Virginia
Arnold, V. B. W M 44 married Farmer WV WV WV
Arnold, Margaret F. W F 30 wife married keeping house WV WV WV
Arnold, Emma L. W F 11 dau single Missouria WV WV
Arnold, Lois Blanch W F 10 dau single Missouria WV WV
Arnold, Alferd D. W M 8 son single Missouria WV WV
Arnold, William F. W M 6 son single Missouria WV WV
Arnold, Margaret F. W F 5 dau single Missouria WV WV
Arnold, Mary A. F W 3 dau WV WV WV
Arnold, Bertha E. F W 1 dau WV WV WV

On his death record he is listed as V. B. Arnold, age 53. He died of consumption. 
Martin Van Buren Arnold
 
518 Marriage Record Detail:
Date: 5 Sep 1826
Note: Bond
Place: Harrison, West Virginia
Bride Groom
Name: Mary Arnold Joseph Knotts
Mother: Jemima Rice

Marriage Record Detail... Date: 11 Aug 1857
Place: Calhoun, West Virginia
Name: Mary Knotts Aaron Hensley
Birth Place: Harrison Cty. Logan Cty.
Age at Marriage: 47y 51y
Marital Status Prior to Marriage: W W
Mother: Jemima Martha
Father: John Arnold James Hensley 
Mary 'Polly' Arnold
 
519 1880 Census Dist 94, Cooper, Mason Co., West Virginia
Arnold, Clermont W M 32 married WV OH OH
Arnold, Nancy Ann W F 27 wife married keeping house WV PA PA
Arnold, Susan W F 10 dau at home WV WV WV
Arnold, William W M 6 son at home WV WV WV
Arnold, Mary W F 4 dau at home WV WV WV
Arnold, Ira W M 3 son at home WV WV WV
Arnold, Andrew J. W M 10/12 son at home WV WV WV 
Mary May Molly Arnold
 
520 1870 Census Harper Twp, Roane Co., West Virginia
Post Office: Flat Fork
Family # 6 - 7
Arnold, M. 44 M W Farmer 400 200 WV
Arnold, Sarah 37 F W keeping house WV
Arnold, Marietta F. 19 F W WV (indexed as 19 but the image looks like 12)
Arnold, John L. 16 M W WV
Arnold, Albert J. 9 M W WV
Arnold, Mary T. 7 F W WV
Arnold, Launetta G. 4 F W WV
Family # 7 - 8
Arnold, Theresa 67 F W keeping house WV 
Mary T. Arnold
 
521 1900 Census Dist 78, Ware, Grant Co., Oklahoma
Family # 47
Arnold, Clermont Head W M Aug 1848 51 Wd WV WV OH
Arnold, Andrew J. son W M Aug 1879 20 S WV WV WV
Arnold, Lelia V. dau W F Nov 1884 15 S WV WV WV
Arnold, James B. son W M June 1889 10 S WV WV WV
Arnold, Milroy son W M May 1891 9 S WV WV WV 
Milroy 'Roy' Arnold
 
522 1880 Census Dist 141, Center, Gilmer Co., West Virginia
Arnold, Benjamin W M 56 married farmer VA MD PA
Arnold, America W F 54 wife married keeping house VA VA VA
Arnold, Henry C. W M 19 son single farmer VA VA VA
Arnold, Nancy T. W F 15 dau single at home WV VA VA
Arnold, John W. W M 14 son single farmer WV VA VA 
Nancy T. Arnold
 
523 The 'informant' for the birth of Nellie May was her grandmother, America Arnold. Record found here:
http://www.wvculture.org/vrr/va_view.aspx?Id=13788&Type=Birth. 
Nellie M. Arnold
 
524 1880 Census Dist 95, Green Garden, Ellsworth Co., Kansas
Arnold, Jacob W M 49 married Farmer VA VA VA
Arnold, Margaret W. F 45 wife married keeping house VA VA VA
Arnold, James E. W M 21 son single farmer WV VA VA
Arnold, Oliver N. W M 19 sib farm laborer WV VA VA
Arnold, M. Sheridan W M 13 son - WV VA VA
Arnold, Mary E. W F 11 dau single WV VA VA
Arnold, Enos F. W M 3 son KS VA VA 
Oliver N. Arnold
 
525 1850 Census Dist 17, Gilmer Co., Virginia
Isaac Arnold 42 M Farmer 1200 VA
Mary Arnold 35 F VA
Jacob Arnold 19 M Laborer 500 VA
James Arnold 17 M laborer VA
Amanda Arnold 15 F VA
Palmyra Arnold 13 F VA
Henrietta Arnold 7 F VA
Alexander Arnold 4 M VA
Clermont Arnold 2 M VA 
Palmyra Arnold
 
526 Transcribed by Norma Knotts Shaffer @ http://www.rootsweb.com/~wvcalhou/index2.htm

"The Calhoun Chronicle" - 5/9/1911

MRS. ABSOLUM KNOTTS
News of the death of Mrs. A. Knotts, of Minnora, reached here early Monday morning. Mrs. Knotts was the widow of the late Captain A. Knotts, one of the best known and highly honored and respected gentlemen our country has ever produced, and the deceased was one of the very best women the country has ever known. She was formerly a resident of Grantsville, and had a host of friends here who are sorry to hear of her death. She was nearly ninety years old and had been in poor health for some months prior to her death, which occurred at the home of Mrs. A. E. Eismon, who was the widow of her son E. C. Knotts. Interment took place at Minnora cemetery Tuesday of this week.
(Norma Knotts Shaffer)

Prudence is on the 1900 census living with her son Edward & his family. Prudence said she has had 6 children and all are living in 1900. 
Prudence Arnold
 
527 On the 1850 census, District 27, Jackson County, Virginia, Ruth Arnold, age 15, and Martin V. Arnold, age 13, are both enumerated in the household of Thomas Maris and it was an assumption that Ruth and Martin are siblings, which later proved correct..

1850 Census, District n/g, Jackson Co, VA
202 207 Mairs Thos 45 M Farmer Ireland
202 207 Mairs Louisa 27 F VA
202 207 Mairs Rachel S 9 F VA
202 207 Mairs Benj 6 M VA
202 207 Mairs Joseph W 3 M VA
202 207 Mairs John 1 M VA
202 207 Arnold Ruth 15 F VA
202 207 Arnold Martin V 13 M VA

Later: The typed death record of 'Rutha' Arnold is found showing her parents as Benj. J. Arnold and Susan Arnold and the informant was Thomas MORRIS. And on the original handwritten record here:
http://www.wvculture.org/vrr/va_view.aspx?Id=5797140&Type=Death the informant is listed as Thos. Maris, brother-in-law. A look at the Find-a-Grave Memorial # 29542157 offers more information:
Birth: 1835
Death: Jun. 16, 1856

Inscription:
Aged 21 yrs 5 mos 7 dys; daughter of Benjamin & Susannah Mairs Wamsley Arnold
Note: Source: Jackson County Historical Society Journal

But the online death records give a d/o/d as 16 Aug 1856. There is a photo on F-A-G site but a leaf lies over the inscription of the month! It is helpful to know of her mother's relationship to the Mairs family. 
Ruth Wamsley Arnold
 
528 1880 Census Dist 94, Cooper, Mason Co., West Virginia
Arnold, Clermont W M 32 married WV OH OH
Arnold, Nancy Ann W F 27 wife married keeping house WV PA PA
Arnold, Susan W F 10 dau at home WV WV WV
Arnold, William W M 6 son at home WV WV WV
Arnold, Mary W F 4 dau at home WV WV WV
Arnold, Ira W M 3 son at home WV WV WV
Arnold, Andrew J. W M 10/12 son at home WV WV WV 
Susan Arnold
 
529 There is a very good picture of this couple posted at Find-a-Grave here: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=30504000.

Obituary rec'd from Michael McTeer 7 Nov 2011:
Wirt County Journal, Friday, February 2, 1945
Mrs. Susan Monroe Is Called By Death. Mrs. Susan Monroe, aged 92, former resident of Elizabeth and Parkersburg, died Wednesday in Baltimore, Maryland, where she was residing with a son, R. A. Monroe, also formerly of this county. The deceased was the widow of the late Rev. Thomas Monroe, pioneer Baptist minister in Wirt county, who precered (sic) her in death fifteen years ago. After the death of her husband she went to Parkersburg and spent several years with her son, R. A. Monroe, then they later moved to Baltimore. She was born and reared in Wirt county and is prominently known in this section. She has several relatives living in South Parkersburg. The late William Monroe of South Parkersburg was a son of the deceased. She is survived by one son, with whom she lived in Baltimore and a daughter, Mrs. Bertha Lockhart of Parkersburg. The body arrived in Parkersburg Saturday morning and was brought to the Pomroy funeral home at Elizabeth to remain for the service. The funeral was held Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock at Shiloh Baptist church with the Rev. H. L. Short of Parkersburg officiating. Interment was made in the church cemetery. 
Susan A. Arnold
 
530 1900 Census Dist 78, Ware, Grant Co., Oklahoma
Family # 47
Arnold, Clermont Head W M Aug 1848 51 Wd WV WV OH
Arnold, Andrew J. son W M Aug 1879 20 S WV WV WV
Arnold, Lelia V. dau W F Nov 1884 15 S WV WV WV
Arnold, James B. son W M June 1889 10 S WV WV WV
Arnold, Milroy son W M May 1891 9 S WV WV WV 
Virginia Jennie 'Lelia' Arnold
 
531 1900 Census Dist 78, Ware, Grant Co., Oklahoma
Family # 48
Arnold, Jacob R. Head W M Nov 1830 69 M17yrs WV WV OH
Arnold, Edith M. wife W F Feb 1853 45 M17yrs 3ch/3 lvg OH OH OH
Arnold, William D. son W M Aug 1883 16 S KS WV OH
Arnold, Walter L. son W M Apr 1886 14 S KS WV OH 
Walter L. Arnold
 
532 WANDA LEA KIMBLE - Mesa, Arizona
(08/04/2003)
Wanda Lea Kimble, 85, of Mesa, Arizona, formerly of Akron, Ohio went home to be with the Lord on July 30, 2003.
Born July 26 at Walnut, West Virginia, the daughter of the late William B. and Addie Gertrude Campbell Arnold.
Surviving are daughters, Omalea Erlich of Akron, OH, and Marianne Hendrix of Mesa, AZ, one son, James Michael Kimble of Mesa; four grandchildren; eight great grandchildren and one great great grandchild.
Preceding her in death was her late husband, Delbert B. Kimble and an infant daughter, Toby Jane.
Friends may call at Stump Funeral Home, Grantsville, WV from 4 to 6 p.m. Tuesday, August 5. Graveside rites will be held at 6 p.m. at the Bethlehem Cemetery, Grantsville, following the visitation. 
Wanda Lea Arnold
 
533 1910 Census, Dist 0120, Leadsville, Randolph Co., West Virginia
Arnold, Howard Head M W 26 M1 for 7yrs WV WV WV (William Howard)
Arnold, Bertha wife F W 26 M1 for 7yrs 2ch/2lvg WV WV WV
Arnold, Waymond son M W 6 S WV WV WV
Arnold, Lovetta dau F W 4 S WV WV WV (looks to me like Loretha)
Taylor, Floyd boarder M W 18 S OH OH OH
Taylor, Everett boarder M W 16 S OH OH OH

1920 Census Dist 175, Akron Ward 5, Summit Co., Ohio
Arnold, Howard Head M W 36 M WV WV WV street car conductor
Arnold, Bertha wife F W 36 M WV WV WV
Arnold, Waymond son M W 16 S WV WV WV
Arnold, Doretha dau F W 14 S WV WV WV
Arnold, Donald son M W 9 S WV WV WV
Arnold, Edith dau F W 1 2/12 S OH WV WV 
Waymond Arnold
 
534 The WV Vital Records online are a typed transcription of the original and it looks like this may be a typo. Those records give Howard's birth as 26 Aug 1884 whereas both the 1900 census and the WW II Draft Card gives his birthdate as 26 Aug 1883.

1900 Census Dist 33, Glenville, Gilmer Co., West Virginia
Arnold, H. C. Head W M May 1861 39 M19yrs WV WV WV
Arnold, Sarah wife W F Mar 1866 34 M19yrs 6ch/6 lvg WV WV WV
Arnold, Howard son W M Aug 1883 17 S WV WV WV (William Howard)
Arnold, Nora F. dau W M [sic] Feb 1887 13 S WV WV WV (obviously female)
Arnold, Cleveland B. son W M Apr 1889 11 S WV WV WV
Arnold, Nellie M. dau W F Jan 1891 9 S WV WV WV
Arnold, Artho son W M Mar 1893 7 S WV WV WV
Arnold, Boyd H. son W M Sep 1895 4 S WV WV WV

1910 Census, Dist 0120, Leadsville, Randolph Co., West Virginia
Arnold, Howard Head M W 26 M1 for 7yrs WV WV WV (William Howard)
Arnold, Bertha wife F W 26 M1 for 7yrs 2ch/2lvg WV WV WV
Arnold, Waymond son M W 6 S WV WV WV
Arnold, Lovetta dau F W 4 S WV WV WV (looks to me like Loretha which agrees with her father's WW II draft card)
Taylor, Floyd boarder M W 18 S OH OH OH
Taylor, Everett boarder M W 16 S OH OH OH

1920 Census Dist 175, Akron Ward 5, Summit Co., Ohio
Arnold, Howard Head M W 36 M WV WV WV street car conductor
Arnold, Bertha wife F W 36 M WV WV WV
Arnold, Waymond son M W 16 S WV WV WV
Arnold, Doretha dau F W 14 S WV WV WV
Arnold, Donald son M W 9 S WV WV WV
Arnold, Edith dau F W 1 2/12 S OH WV WV

U.S. World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942
Name: William Howard Arnold
Birth Date: 26 Aug 1883
Birth Place: Gilmare Co, West Virginia
Residence: Summit, Ohio
(But his Gilmer, WV, birth record says born 26 Aug 1884!)
Race: White
Nearest relative who will know your address:
Loretha White, 421 E. Buchtel Ave., Akron, Ohio
Signed as "William H. Arnold" 
William 'Howard' Arnold
 
535 1880 Census Dist 94, Cooper, Mason Co., West Virginia
Arnold, Clermont W M 32 married WV OH OH
Arnold, Nancy Ann W F 27 wife married keeping house WV PA PA
Arnold, Susan W F 10 dau at home WV WV WV
Arnold, William W M 6 son at home WV WV WV
Arnold, Mary W F 4 dau at home WV WV WV
Arnold, Ira W M 3 son at home WV WV WV
Arnold, Andrew J. W M 10/12 son at home WV WV WV 
William A. Arnold
 
536 1900 Census Dist 78, Ware, Grant Co., Oklahoma
Family # 48
Arnold, Jacob R. Head W M Nov 1830 69 M17yrs WV WV OH
Arnold, Edith M. wife W F Feb 1853 45 M17yrs 3ch/3 lvg OH OH OH
Arnold, William D. son W M Aug 1883 16 S KS WV OH
Arnold, Walter L. son W M Apr 1886 14 S KS WV OH 
William D. Arnold
 
537 1880 Census Dist 44, Ravenswood, Jackson Co., West Virginia
Arnold, V. B. W M 44 married Farmer WV WV WV
Arnold, Margaret F. W F 30 wife married keeping house WV WV WV
Arnold, Emma L. W F 11 dau single Missouria WV WV
Arnold, Lois Blanch W F 10 dau single Missouria WV WV
Arnold, Alferd D. W M 8 son single Missouria WV WV
Arnold, William F. W M 6 son single Missouria WV WV
Arnold, Margaret F. W F 5 dau single Missouria WV WV
Arnold, Mary A. F W 3 dau WV WV WV
Arnold, Bertha E. F W 1 dau WV WV WV 
William F. Arnold
 
538 Birth: unknown
West Virginia, USA
Death: Aug. 28, 2002
Vienna
Wood County
West Virginia, USA

Elizabeth Thompson
Elizabeth L. "B" Thompson, 80, of Vienna went to be with her Lord Aug. 28, 2002.

She was born in Davis, W.Va., a daughter of the late Carl and Celia Parsons Aronson. "B", as everyone knew her, was a graduate of Davis High School and West Virginia University. She was past president of Pi Beta Phi Sorority, the Parkersburg Junior League, the W.Va. Pharmaceutical Auxiliary, and the United Methodist Women. She was a member of the Parkersburg Country Club. She was a member of St. Paul's United Methodist Church for over 55 years and taught the Crusader Sunday School class for 28 years. "B" was a loving and devoted wife, mother, grand and great grandmother.

She is survived by her husband of 58 years, Stephen B. Thompson III; two daughters, Beverly Ingrid Morrison of Richmond, Va., and Rebecca Suzanne Roberts and her husband, Randall of Vienna; one son, Stephen B. Thompson IV and his wife, Sue of Fairmont, W.Va.; one daughter-in-law, Nancy Simonton Thompson of Vienna; eight grandchildren, Mary Elizabeth Monroe, James Smith, Katherine Morrison, Sarah Beth Bragg, Thomas Thompson, Tiffany Thompson, Janine Roberts and Joshua Roberts; and five great-grandchildren.

She was preceded in death by one son, Frederick Thompson; two sisters, Lily McDowell and Katherine Aronson; one brother, Carl Aronson; and one grandson, Jay David Roberts.

Funeral services will be 11 a.m. Saturday at St. Paul's United Methodist Church, with the Rev. Paul Stadelman officiating. Interment will follow at Evergreen North Cemetery. Visitation will be 2-4 p.m. and 7-9 p.m. Friday at the Leavitt Funeral Home, Parkersburg, and one hour prior to services Saturday at the church.

Memorial contributions may be made to St. Paul's Memorial Fund, c/o the church at 11th and Market streets or the Parkersburg Salvation Army, 534 5th St., Parkersburg.

THE PARKERSBURG NEWS AND SENTINEL
29 Aug 2002 
Elizabeth Lee 'B' Betty Aronson
 
539 West Virginia Marriage Records, 1863-1900
about LAURA STAZEL
Name: AARON C. ASH 20434
Spouse: LAURA STAZEL
Marriage Date: 17 Nov 1874
County: Ritchie
State: WV 
Aaron C. Ash
 
540 Adam Ash in the West Virginia, Marriages Index, 1785-1971
Name: Adam Ash
Gender: Male
Spouse's Name: Hannah Hughes
Spouse Gender: Female
Marriage Date: 22 Dec 1823 (License)
Marriage Place: Harrison, West Virginia
Spouse Father's Name: Iona Hughes (should be Jona. Hughes)
Spouse Mother's Name: Abigail Hughes 
Adam Ash
 
541 Died: Scarlet Fever/Diptheria epedemic. Adam Ash
 
542 1850 Census Dist 13, Doddridge Co., Virginia
Adam Ash 49 M farmer VA
Hannah Ash 45 F VA
Christopher Ash 19 M farmer VA
Bainbridge Ash 17 m farmer VA
Catharine Ash 15 F VA (has X in colored column?)
Jacob Ash 14 M VA
Thomas Ash 12 M VA
Anderson Ash 9 M VA
Aaron Ash 6 M VA
Sarah J. Ash 1 F VA
Stephen Ash 23 M VA (has underline in married w/i the yr column, but no check mark)
Sarah J. Ash 18 F VA (has underline in married w/i the yr column, but no check mark) 
Bainbridge Ash
 
543 West Virginia Marriage Records, 1863-1900
Name: PRESTON CEAS
Spouse: CATHERINE ASH
Marriage Date: 15 Feb 1881
County: Doddridge
State: WV 
Catherine 'Katie' Ash
 
544 1860 Census Harrison Co., Virginia
P. O. Clarksburg
Christopher C. Ash 30 M W farmer VA
Caroline C. Ash 31 F VA
Cynthia E. Ash 7 F VA
Angeline E. Ash 3 F VA

I, Janie, did not find an 1870 census for them.

1880 Census Dist 116, Union, Harrison Co., West Virginia
Ash, Christopher C. W M 50 married farm laborer WV WV WV
Ash, Caroline C. W F 51 wife married keeping house WV WV WV
Ash, Cynthia E. W F 25 dau single at home WV WV WV
Ash, Harriet M. W F 18 dau single at home WV WV WV
Bartlett, Emma W F 21 boarder single school teacher WV WV WV

1900 Census Dist 56, Union, Harrison Co., West Virginia
Ash, Christopher C. head W M Mar 1830 70 M 41yrs WV WV WV
Ash, Caroline C. B. wife W F Nov 1828 71 M 41yrs 4ch/3lvg WV WV WV
Thrash, Harriet M. dau W F Mar 1864 36 M 13yrs 2ch/2lvg WV WV WV
Thrash, Anthony W. son-in-law W M Sept 1861 38 M 13yrs WV WV WV
Thornhill, Celia A. niece W F Nov 1880 19 single WV WV WV
Thrash, Orus L. gr-son W M Jan 1891 9 single WV WV WV
Thrash, Johne W. gr-dau W F July 1897 2 single WV WV WV 
Christopher Columbus Ash
 
545 Scarlet Fever/diptheria epedemic. Edith Ash
 
546 Her first name taken from the 1910 census.

1910 Census Salem Ward 2, Harrison Co., West Virginia
James K. Bingaman head M W 57 M1 36yrs OH OH OH
Harnet M. Bingaman wife F W 55 M1 36yrs 5ch; 5 lvg WV WV DE (This looks like Garnet to me, Janie)
Nellie M. Bingaman dau F W 25 * 1ch; 1 lvg WV OH WV
Berlie G. Bingaman dau F W 20 S WV WV WV
Guyla L. Riller grand-dau F W 6 S PA PA WV
Sarah C. Ash mother-i-l F W 76 Wd 6ch; 4lvg DE DE DE
* a little mark that doesn't look like S or M or Wd. There is no entry in the years married column and her last name is same as parents. 
Garnet Mandina Ash
 
547 1900 Census Dist 56, Union, Harrison Co., West Virginia
Ash, Christopher C. head W M Mar 1830 70 M 41yrs WV WV WV
Ash, Caroline C. B. wife W F Nov 1828 71 M 41yrs 4ch/3lvg WV WV WV
Thrash, Harriet M. dau W F Mar 1864 36 M 13yrs 2ch/2lvg WV WV WV
Thrash, Anthony W. son-in-law W M Sept 1861 38 M 13yrs WV WV WV
Thornhill, Celia A. niece W F Nov 1880 19 single WV WV WV
Thrash, Orus L. gr-son W M Jan 1891 9 single WV WV WV
Thrash, Johne W. gr-dau W F July 1897 2 single WV WV WV 
Harriet M. Ash
 
548 Israel and Sarah were first cousins.
An ALT date of death is given in some charts as 1 Sep 1872.

1860 Census Doddridge, Virginia
Israel Ash 34 M farmer VA
Sarah Ash 35 F VA
Delilah Ash 8 F VA
Lucius Ash 6 M VA
Mary Ash 4 F VA
Nelson Ash 2 M VA

1870 Census McClellan, Doddridge, West Virginia
Ash, Israel 43 M W Farmer VA
Ash, Sarah 44 F W keeping house VA
Ash, Lewis 15 M W VA
Ash, Margaret 13 F W VA
Ash, Nelson 12 M W VA
Ash, Martin 9 M W VA
Ash, Joseph 6 M W WV
Ash, Edith 3 F W WV
Ash, Adam 1 M W WV

1880 Census Dist 119, McClellan, Doddridge, West Virginia
Ash, Sara W F 57 Wd VA VA VA
Ash, Nelson W M 22 son single farmer VA VA VA 
Israel Ash
 
549 Died: Scarlet Fever/Diptheria epedemic. Joseph Ash
 
550 West Virginia Marriage Records, 1863-1900
Name: ELISHA CHILDERS
Spouse: LENORA ASH
Marriage Date: 18 Jul 1880
County: Doddridge
State: WV 
Leanorah Ash
 
551 1870 Census McClellan, Doddridge, West Virginia
Ash, Israel 43 M W Farmer VA
Ash, Sarah 44 F W keeping house VA
Ash, Lewis 15 M W VA
Ash, Margaret 13 F W VA
Ash, Nelson 12 M W VA
Ash, Martin 9 M W VA
Ash, Joseph 6 M W WV
Ash, Edith 3 F W WV
Ash, Adam 1 M W WV 
Lewis Ash
 
552 Died: Scarlet Fever/Diptheria epedemic. Martin Ash
 
553 1860 Census Doddridge, Virginia
Israel Ash 34 M farmer VA
Sarah Ash 35 F VA
Delilah Ash 8 F VA
Lucius Ash 6 M VA
Mary Ash 4 F VA
Nelson Ash 2 M VA

1880 Census Dist 119, McClellan, Doddridge, West Virginia
Ash, Sara W F 57 Wd VA
Ash, Nelson W M 22 son single farmer VA 
Nelson Ash
 
554 Names of his parents found on his marriage record: Amos and Mary Ash. Oscar Ash
 
555 Rachel & James 1870 Census Tyler Co., WV with 5 children. Rachel Samanthie Ash
 
556 1880 Census Dist 119, McClellan, Doddridge, West Virginia
Ash, Sara W F 57 Wd VA VA VA
Ash, Nelson W M 22 son single farmer VA VA VA

West Virginia, Deaths Index, 1853-1973 at ancestry.com
Name: Sarah Ash
Death Date: 7 May 1893
Death Place: Saint Clara, Doddridge, West Virginia
Burial Date: 8 May 1893
Burial Place: Sunny Side, WV
Race: White
Gender: Female
Residence: West Virginia
FHL Film Number: 838195 
Sarah Ash
 
557 West Virginia Marriage Records, 1863-1900
Name: ELLIS UNDERWOOD
Spouse: SARAH JANE ASH
Marriage Date: 21 Dec 1865
County: Doddridge
State: WV 
Sarah Jane Ash
 
558 1850 Census Dist 13, Doddridge Co., Virginia
Adam Ash 49 M farmer VA
Hannah Ash 45 F VA
Christopher Ash 19 M farmer VA
Bainbridge Ash 17 m farmer VA
Catharine Ash 15 F VA (has X in colored column?)
Jacob Ash 14 M VA
Thomas Ash 12 M VA
Anderson Ash 9 M VA
Aaron Ash 6 M VA
Sarah J. Ash 1 F VA
Stephen Ash 23 M VA (has underline in married w/i the yr column, but no check mark)
Sarah J. Ash 18 F VA (has underline in married w/i the yr column, but no check mark)
(later census indicated that Sarah's birth state is in error here.)

1870 Census Grant, Doddridge Co., West Virginia
Ash, Stephen 41 M W farmer 1500/500 VA
Ash, Sarah J. 37 F W keeping house Delaware
Ash, Wm. P. 19 M W VA
Ash, Alamida 17 F W VA
Ash, Mandina 15 F W VA
Ash, Mary J. 12 F W VA
Ash, Leanora 7 F W VA
Ash, Walberga 1 M W WV (is a female in the 1880 census)
Burnell, Lehigh 9 M W VA

1880 Census Dist 120, Grant, Doddridge, West Virginia
Ash, Stephen W M 59 married farmer VA VA VA
Ash, Sarah J. W F 48 wife married keeping Del Del Del
Ash, Lenorah W F 18 dau single VA VA Del
Ash, Walbuga W F 11 dau single WV VA Del

1900 Census Dist 53, Ten Mile, Harrison Co., West Virginia
Ash, Stephen head W M Mar 1828 72 M 50yrs WV WV WV
Ash, Sarah J. wife W F Sep 1831 68 M 50yrs 6ch/ 5 lvg Delaware, Delaware, Delaware 
Stephen Ash
 
559 Birth location based on family location and changing county & state status. Thomas Edward Ash
 
560 This child is a female on the 1870 census and is listed as a male on the 1880 census. Walberga 'Berga' Ash
 
561 1870 Census Grant, Doddridge Co., West Virginia
Ash, Stephen 41 M W farmer 1500/500 VA
Ash, Sarah J. 37 F W keeping house Delaware
Ash, Wm. P. 19 M W VA (William Playford Ash)
Ash, Alamida 17 F W VA
Ash, Mandina 15 F W VA
Ash, Mary J. 12 F W VA
Ash, Leanora 7 F W VA
Ash, Walberga 1 M W WV (is a female in the 1880 census)
Burnell, Lehigh 9 M W VA 
William Playford Ash
 
562 Honor was married to 22 year old Henry Sealey just a few months before her fifteenth birthday. For some? reason her marriage certificate has her name as Honor Elizabeth Brooks. No parent's names are given.

1900 Census Dist 28, Grant, Jackson Co., West Virginia
Jackson, Frank head W M Oct 1866 33 M 12 WV WV WV
Jackson, Honor wife W F Oct 1868 31 M 12 6ch;6lvg WV WV WV
Jackson, Harvey J. son W M May 1890 10 S WV WV WV
Jackson, Ada dau W F Oct 1892 7 S WV WV WV
Jackson, Edna B. dau W F Nov 1894 5 S WV WV WV
Jackson, Ella dau W F Jan 1897 3 S WV WV WV
Jackson, Sarah F. dau W F Apr 1899 1 S WV WV WV
Seely, Willie step-son W M July 1884 15 S WV WV WV

1930 Census Dist 25, Liverpool, Columbiana Co., Ohio
Jackson, Earl Head rents M W 24 M@19 OH WV WV Kiln drawer - Pottery
Jackson, I. Josephine Wife F W 23 M@16 OH WV OH none
Jackson, Kenneth son M W 6 S OH OH OH none
Jackson, Frances dau F W 4 6/12 S OH OH OH none
Jackson, Ralph E. son M W 2 3/12 S OH OH OH none
Jackson, Honora E. mother F W 61 Wd WV OH OH Kiln drawer - Pottery
Jackson, Homer brother M W 23 M@20 OH WV WV ass't foreman = steel mill
[On the 1930 census, their normal occupations were listed, but also listed that they were unemployed at the census time.] 
Elizabeth Honor Ater
 
563 Inscription:
Co. H.L. WV Infantry 
George Ater
 
564 NOTE: The Delayed Birth Certificate of his son Noah here: http://www.wvculture.org/vrr/va_view.aspx?Id=3406676&Type=Birth says that Charles was born in Burr Mills, Virginia. Since I have been unable to locate a Burr Mills in Virginia, I wonder if it could have been mistaken for Burr Hill, Virginia which is in Orange County, Virginia.

1900 Hackers Creek, Lewis Co, WV
Charles P. Atkins W M Dec 1866 33 m 11 yrs VA VA WV
Cora L. W F Dec 1869 30 m 11 yrs WV WV WV
Charles M. W M Aug 1890 9 yrs WV VA WV
Noah L. W M Feb 1893 7 yrs WV VA WV 
Charles P. Atkins
 
565 Bill White's notes state that Edward is believed to have been married twice. No other details. Edward M. Atkins
 
566 Note from Patricia Prickett Hickin: "When George was two years old his parents moved the family to Texas and he grew up in Houston, became an Eagle Scout, developed an early enthusiasm for journalism and an avid admirer of all things Texan, went into the advertising business, and prospered. He lived most of his working life in Austin, and died there before his 61st birthday in Austin, Texas." George Taylor Atkins
 
567 PPH: Guilford worked for the US Postal Service for many years. He died at the age of 82, the only one of George and Gladese's 4 sons to live beyond his late 60s. Guilford McConnell Atkins
 
568 Note from Patricia Prickett Hickin: "Much younger than his older brothers, James lived alone with his mother for some years after his parents separated, carried papers at an early age, majored in engineering, served in the armed forces in WW II, and worked for a major oil company." James R. Atkins
 
569 One source has her middle name to be Bell; another source has her middle name to be Bingley. Maggie Bingley Atkins
 
570 1900 Greenbrier District, Doddridge Co, WV
Husband Pascal Freeman is not listed
Gay Freeman head, W F Dec 1869 30 WV VA WV
Flora M dau w f April 1894 6 WV WV WV
Mary S. dau w f Sep 1896 3 WV WV WV
Edn...y dau w f Feb 1899 1 WV Wv WV 
Mary 'Gay' Atkins
 
571 1930 Census Dist 16, Hackers Creek, Lewis Co., West Virginia
Adkins, Noah L. Head Owns 3500 M W 37 M@23 WV WV WV
Adkins, Blanch Wife F W 38 M@24 WV WV WV
Adkins, Ernest E. son M W 12 S WV WV WV
Adkins, Ronald P. son M W 11 S WV WV WV
Adkins, Sarah L. dau F W 10/12 S WV WV WV
Wimer, Fl???ie G. sis-in-law F W 32 S WV WV WV
Noah and Blanch are enumerated next hh to William Addison Jackson and Blanch. 
Noah Life Atkins
 
572 Found Susan Atkins, single, age 47, cousin to John Goodloe Jackson, living with John and his second wife, Annie Neely in the 1920 Lewis County, WV Census. Susan J. Atkins
 
573 1900 Census Dist 110, St. Paul Ward 6, Ramsey Co., Minnesota
Wood, Albert B. head W M Aug 1858 41 M7yrs Canada Canada Canada
a Wood, Louise wife W F Oct 1872 M7yrs 2ch;2lvg Canada England Canada
Wood, Edith C. Dau W F Apr 1895 5 S Minnesota Canada Canada
b Wood, Elinore L. dau W F Feb 1899 3 S Minnesota Canada Canada

1930 Census Dist 84, Seattle, King Co., Washington
Meyers, Dewey J. B. head M W 31 M@20 TX NY Missouri
b Meyers, Elinor L. wife F W 33 M@22 MN CA-Eng CA-Eng
Meyers, Raymond W. son M W 9 S WA TX MN
a Woods, E. Louise mother-i-l F W 55 Wd Canada-Eng England CA-Eng
Kaufman, Donnell E. nephew M W 4 ?/12 S Washington Iowa MN

Rec'd from Ann Radford Nov 2012:
Eliza Louise Attwood Wood - She was a very ‘genteel’ woman. Her geneolgy goes back to England. She married Albert Wood. He became the editor of the ‘Spokesman Review” in Spokane, Wa. He died approx. 1921. She then had to become a “working woman.” She became a stewardess on the Canadian Pacific Empress Cruise Ships to the Orient. Written by Lura Louise Kaufman.
“My first memeory of ‘Grannie’ was when I was between 5-7 years old. On every trip from the Orient she would bring me a gift, a rattan doll baby carriage, as she knew the previous buggy would be lost or broken! I realize now that was very poor training. Later, my mother died in 1929 and by 1933 she became the one stable person in my life. In 1937 she enrolled me into beauty college, giving me a home and a profession. I married in 1940 and by 1943 she was able to live in our apartment; in her own apartment. She helped me and enjoyed her great grandchildren. She died in the spring of 1946. Love Nana” 'Nana' was Lura Louise Kaufman, her maternal granddaughter. 
Eliza Louise Attwood
 
574 Copied from: http://files.usgwarchives.net/la/union/obits/1859auld.txt
Submitted for the Union Parish Louisiana USGenWeb Archives by T. D. Hudson, 3/2004

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1859 Obituary of John Fields Auld & Mary Jackson Auld of Union Parish Louisiana

New Orleans Christian Advocate, issue of 16 or 23 Nov 1859, No. 43, page 2, Column 2:
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NOTE: John Fields Auld left Anson County North Carolina and moved to what is now Lowndes County Alabama in the latter 1820s. He sold his farm there in 1834, and by November 1835, he had settled in Kemper County Mississippi. John Fields Auld's eldest son Elijah Michael Auld had married Margaret Jane Ward in 1830. Margaret's brother David Ward was one of the earliest settlers of what is now Union Parish, as he settled there in February 1837. Elijah Michael Auld and his father-in-law Elisha Ward, Sr. joined David Ward in north Louisiana in the spring of 1838. In 1841, John F. Auld sold his Mississippi farm and moved to Claiborne Parish, where he lived until the early 1850s. At that time, he moved to eastern Union Parish, presumably to be near his four sons who lived there: Elijah Michael Auld, James Alexander Auld, Sherwood A. Auld, and Washington C. Auld. Some descendents claim that John and Mary Auld died in a carriage accident, but I have never seen any documentation for this.
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BOTH DIED IN ONE DAY

'Lovely and beautiful in their lives in death they were not divided.'

Died, on the 28th of August 1859, JOHN F. AULD and MARY AULD (Mary Jackson.) They were born in Anson county, N.C. Father Auld was born 1788, Mother Auld, 1791. They married in Anson county, moved to Alabama, thence to Union parish Louisiana, where they departed this life full assurance of a blessed immortaility. At an early age they professed religion and joined the M.E. Church, of which they lived consistent members till death.
It may be said of them, "they were one." Together they lived - together they died. As they had borne the burden and heat of the day of life together, they desired and prayed to be released at the same time. God granted them their desire. One did not know that the other's spirit had departed. Together their spirits ascended, and now rest in the bosom of their Redeemer. D. P. Cullin 
John Field Auld
 
575 The 1901 census shows Aggie's DOB as 27 May 1895. Agnes "Aggie" Austin
 
576 From Dan Buchanan's notes, On May 24, 1859, when the family arrived at Ingoldsby Narrows, Willet John was fifteen, his brother Benjamin Franklin twenty, Isaac thirteen, Harriet ten, Emerson eight, Sarah six and Charles two. The settlement which sprang up on both sides of the primitive bridge was known as Austin Narrows. Benjamin "Franklin" Austin
 
577 From Dan Buchanan's notes, On May 24, 1859, when the family arrived at Ingoldsby Narrows, Willet John was fifteen, his brother Benjamin Franklin twenty, Isaac thirteen, Harriet ten, Emerson eight, Sarah six and Charles two. The settlement which sprang up on both sides of the primitive bridge was known as Austin Narrows. Charles Wilson Austin
 
578 From Dan Buchanan's notes, On May 24, 1859, when the family arrived at Ingoldsby Narrows, Willet John was fifteen, his brother Benjamin Franklin twenty, Isaac thirteen, Harriet ten, Emerson eight, Sarah six and Charles two. The settlement which sprang up on both sides of the primitive bridge was known as Austin Narrows. Emerson Burleigh Austin
 
579 Are Frederick Austin and Francis Austin twins? Dan Buchanan has the same DOB listed for them on his rootsweb webpage. Francis "Eva" (twin) Austin
 
580 Are Frederick Austin and Francis Austin twins? Dan Buchanan has the same DOB listed for them on his rootsweb webpage. Frederick (twin) Austin
 
581 From Dan Buchanan's notes, On May 24, 1859, when the family arrived at Ingoldsby Narrows, Willet John was fifteen, his brother Benjamin Franklin twenty, Isaac thirteen, Harriet ten, Emerson eight, Sarah six and Charles two. The settlement which sprang up on both sids of the primitive bridge was known as Austin Narrows. Harriet Austin
 
582 From Dan Buchanan's notes, On May 24, 1859, when the family arrived at Ingoldsby Narrows, Willet John was fifteen, his brother Benjamin Franklin twenty, Isaac thirteen, Harriet ten, Emerson eight, Sarah six and Charles two. The settlement which sprang up on both sides of the primitive bridge was known as Austin Narrows. Isaac Newton Austin
 
583 From Dan Buchanan's notes, This Job Austin is the son of the one that was a babe in arms as Isaac and Lucy Austin(parents of Charles Starbuck Austin) are said to have come to Prince Edward County in 1814. Job Austin
 
584 Stillbirth listed from Dan Buchanan rootsweb site. Male (Twin) Austin
 
585 Stillbirth listed from Dan Buchanan rootsweb site. Male (Twin) Austin
 
586 From Dan Buchanan's notes, On May 24, 1859, when the family arrived at Ingoldsby Narrows, Willet John was fifteen, his brother Benjamin Franklin twenty, Isaac thirteen, Harriet ten, Emerson eight, Sarah six and Charles two. The settlement which sprang up on both sides of the primitive bridge was known as Austin Narrows. Sarah Jane Austin
 
587 The 1901 census shows this male as Charles and not Siras Job Austin. Siras Job Austin
 
588 From Dan Buchanan's notes, On May 24, 1859, when the family arrived at Ingoldsby Narrows, Willet John was fifteen, his brother Benjamin Franklin twenty, Isaac thirteen, Harriet ten, Emerson eight, Sarah six and Charles two. The settlement which sprang up on both sides of the primitive bridge was known as Austin Narrows. One of the tradesmen moving to Haliburton in 1871 was Willet John Austin, who was no stranger to the area. IN 1857-8, two of his uncles, bachelors James and Richard Benjamin Austin and his parents, Charles Starbuck Austin and Elizabeth Leck, pushed ahead into yet unsurveyed townships and claimed land at Robertson Settlement (Allsaw). Willet's occupations during his life included trapper, storekeeper, bailiff and carpenter. Willet Jackson (John) Austin
 
589 Two hh from May Jackson Pollard and husb Frank is the widow Gertrude, widow of May's brother, Curtis
1930 Census Dist 3, Concord Twp, Pemiscot Co., Missouri
Jackson, Gertrude Head F W 34 Wd MO MO MO
Jackson, Riley son M W 18 S MO MO MO
Jackson, William son M W 14 S MO MO MO
Jackson, Roy son M W 10 S MO MO MO
Jackson, Albert son M W 8 S MO MO MO
Jackson, Nioma dau F W 4 S MO MO MO

Missouri Marriage Records, 1805-2002 at ancestry.com
Name: Clarence Jackson
Marriage Date: 10 Feb 1931
Marriage Location: Hayti, Pemiscot, Missouri
Marriage County: Pemiscot
Spouse Name: Gertrude Jackson

1940 Census 78-4, Concord Twp., Pemiscot Co., Missouri
Jackson, Clarence Head M W 55 M MO
Jackson, Gertrude wife F W 45 M MO
Jackson, Albert step-son M W 18 S MO
Jackson, Marcella step-dau F W 16 S MO
Jackson, Neamola step-dau F W 14 S MO 
Gertrude Autry
 
590 "Calhoun Chronicle" - Grantsville, WV AUSTIN AYERS 5/20/1999 Austin E. Ayers, 74, of Clarington, Ohio, died Wednesday, May 13, 1999, at Belmont Community Hospital, Bellaire, Ohio. He was born in Grantsville, the son of the late Iva and Ruth Freshour Ayers. He was retired from Ohio Ferro Alloy Corp., Clarington. He was an Army veteran of World War II and a life member of Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 5565, Powhatan Point. He was a Protestant. Surviving are one son, Austin E. Ayers, Jr., of Clarington; two daughters, Joyce Starkey of Woodsfield and Lena Vallelonga of Powhatan Point; five grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; and several cousins in Calhoun County. He was preceded in death by one sister, Dorothy Johnson. Services were held at Rush Funeral Home, Clarington. Burial was in Clarington Cemetery. (Norma Knotts Shaffer) Austin Eugene Ayers, Sr.
 
591 1900 Census Sherman Dist., Calhoun Co, WV
FERRELL, 11 Benjamin Head Aug 1860...39...M 18 Yrs...WV WV WV
Vashta R Wife May 1863...37...M 18 Yrs...10/10...WV MD MD
Lovie G. Dau Feb 1884...16...S...WV WV WV
Fannie O. Dau Jun 1885...14...S...WV WV WV
James O Son Oct 1887...12...S...WV WV WV
Grover F. Son Feb 1889...11...S...WV WV WV
Arlie R. Son Oct 1892 7...S...WV WV WV
Lucy M. Dau Oct 1895 4...S...WV WV WV
Philip E. Son Mar 1897 3...S...WV WV WV
Edith Dau Aug 1899 9/12...S...WV WV WV

1910 Census Dist 0023, Sherman Dist, Calhoun Co., West Virginia
Ferrell, Frank Head M W 50 M1 for29yrs WV WV WV Farmer - Gen Farming
Ferrell, Vasta Wife F W 47 M1 for29yrs WV WV WV
Ferrell, James son M W 22 S WV WV WV Laborer - Lumber Mill
Ferrell, Ray son M W 17 S WV WV WV
Ferrell, Lucy dau F W 15 S WV WV WV
Ferrell, Ed son M W 13 S WV WV WV
Ferrell, Edith dau F W 11 S WV WV WV
Ferrell, Parley O. son M W 8 S WV WV WV
Ferrell, Bruce son M W 6 S WV WV WV

The 1964 Delayed Birth Certificate of Nona Edith Ferrell McCartney, Vashta's daughter, gives her mother's name as Vashta Ruhama Ayers. 
Vashta Ruhama Ayers
 
592 1870 Census Rockaway, Morris Co., New Jersey
Cooper, David 68 M W Farmer 20,000. 3,000. NJ
Cooper, Anna S. 66 F W NJ
Lampson, Sophia 24 F W NJ
Lampson, Mary S. 3 F W NJ
Lampson, Emma A. 1 F W NJ (Ella A. Lamson)

1880 Census 136, Franklin, Morris Co., New Jersey
Cooper, David W M 78 married Farmer NJ NJ NJ
Cooper, Anna S. W F 76 Wife married Keeping house NJ NJ NJ
Cooper, William B. W M 47 son S Wheelwright NJ NJ NJ
Lamson, Mary S. W F 13 gr-dau S at home NJ NJ NJ
Lamson, Ella A. W F 11 gr-dau S at home NJ NJ NJ
Lamson, Charles J. W M 3 gr-son S Nevada NJ NJ

New Jersey, Deaths and Burials Index, 1798-1971 about Anna S Cooper
Name: Anna S Cooper
Birth Date: abt 1803
Death Date: 26 May 1891
Death Place: Rockaway, Morris , New Jersey
Death Age: 88 years 6 months
Gender: Female
FHL Film Number: 589791 
Anna Sabina Ayres
 
593 Inscription from photo:
ELIZABETH
Relict of
Capt. David Conger
and late Wife of
Titus Berry 
Elizabeth Ayres
 
594 http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~njmorris/rockawayrecords/parishioners.htm
Dates refer to membership. Revised from old records by J. P. Crayon, Rockaway, NJ.
JACKSON Joseph, Gen. 1768
JACKSON Anna wife of Gen. Joseph
AYRES Jackson 1793
AYRES Betsey 1793 wife of Jackson, maiden name MOORE 
Jackson Ayres
 
595 From Ken Kirch research:
Parents:
Father: Robert AYRES
Mother: Hummus FRAZEE

Marriage(s):
Spouse: Anna JACKSON
Marriage: 1 Jan 1764
Rockaway, Morris Co, NJ
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Copied from: http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/nj/statewide/vitals/marriages/marr3.txt
#120; Robert AYERS and Robert SPROWL (SPROULL) both of the city of Perth Amboy... [bound to]... William FRANKLIN, Governor... 500 pounds... 31 Dec 1763 ... Robert AYERS obtained license of marriage for himself and Ann JACKSON of Perth Amboy, spinster... [w] John SMYTH

http://www.distantcousin.com/marriage/nj/1700/1759.html:
transcribed from Vol. XXII of the Archives of the State of New Jersey, page 8
date of license 31 Dec 1763; this site says that at the time of their marriage their residence was in Perth Amboy. 
Robert AYRES
 
596 the following contributed by Dr. Anthony Troha, Ph.D.:

The New York Times, Monday, August 29, 1948, Page 57:
“BACKUS—Ascan, suddenly on Aug. 27, 1948, son of the late Frederick D. and Alice Jackson, brother of the late Wilhelmina Backus. Funeral services at his late residence, 104-55 Queens Boulevard, Forest Hills, L. I., on Tuesday afternoon at 3 o’clock. Interment Maple Grove Cemetery.”


Searching The Italian Genealogical Group’s website, one finds in their New York City Death Index:
Backus, Ascan - age:70 yrs; D/O/D: Aug 28, 1948; Certificate #: 7661; County:Queens

The date of death differs from that cited in The New York Times by one day, but it provides us with his age. A visit to Ancestry.com reveals that he filled out a draft card during World War II, which should have his exact birth date on it. I can find no evidence whatsoever that Ascan or his sister, Wilhelmina, ever married or had any children

The WWI Draft Registration card at ancestry.com is not currently indexed properly, but a check of the actual image here http://search.ancestry.com/iexec?htx=View&r=an&dbid=6482&iid=NY-1787092-3129&fn=Arean&ln=Backus&st=r&ssrc=&pid=1583297 shows this is Ascan with his Forest Hills address in Queens and Alice J. Backus as wife. 
Ascan Backus
 
597 1900 Census City of New York, Borough of Queens, New York
Backus, Fred D. Head W M May 1850 50 M 24yrs NY Germany Germany
Backus, Alice J. wife W F Nov 1854 45 M 24yrs 2ch/2 lvg NY NY NY
Backus, Mimie dau W F July 1877 22 S NY NY NY
Backus, Askin son W M Aug 1879 20 S NY NY NY
Jensen, Caroline Boarder B F Jan 1865 35 S N.Virginia N.Virginia N.Virginia (North VA??)

The following contributed by Dr. Anthony Troha, Ph.D.:

The Brooklyn Daily Eagle, Monday, February 15, 1937, Page 11, Column 1:
“BACKUS—On February 14, 1937, at Forest Hills, FREDERICK D., age 86, husband of the late Alice Jackson, loving father of Ascan and Wilhelmina Backus, brother of George A. Backus. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend funeral services Wednesday, 2:30 o’clock, at his residence, Queens Blvd., corner of 69th Rd., Forest Hills, L. I. Interment family plot, Maple Grove Cemetery.”


The Brooklyn Daily Eagle, Monday, February 15, 1937, Page 11, Column 6:
“Frederick Backus, Queens Realtor, Dies in 87th Year.
Funeral services will be held on Wednesday for Frederick D. Backus, former president of the Cord Meyer Development Co. and a director of Long Island Bond and Mortgage Co., who died at the age of 87 in his spacious residence at Queens Boulevard and 69th Road, Forest Hills.
The service for Mr. Backus, who was a member of one of Long Islan’s [sic: Island’s] oldest families, will be conducted in his home at 2:30 p.m. by the Rev. C. Lawson Willard Jr., rector of St. James’ P.E. Church, Elmhurst. Burial will be in Maple Grove Cemetery.
Mr. Backus was born in the old Backus homestead on Queens Boulevard, only a stone’s throw from the mansion he occupied when he died. His father, Ascan Backus, owned a farm which embraced almost all the territory now covered by the Forest Hills development, which was started in 1897. He was one of the wealthiest residents of Long Island in the early days.

Rose to Head of Firm
Frederick Backus retired as manager of the farm to join the late Cord Meyer in the development project, rising to the position of head of the concern. The company hnored [sic: honored] his father’s memory by naming one of the most important thoroughfares in Forest Hills “Ascan Ave.”
More than half a century ago the younger Backus married Miss Alice Jackson, descendant of a famous Queens County family whose farm adjoined the Backus farm. She was fatally burned in a fire at Twilight Park, N. Y., in 1926. Surviving Mr. Backus are a daughter, Wilhelmina, and a son, Ascan, who live at the Forest Hills address, and a brother, George, of Pasadena, Calif..
Mr. Backus was a brother of the late John E. Backus, one of Long Island’s prominent farm leaders, who was appointed Deputy Commissioner of Bridges for Queens County by Robert E Van Wyck, first Mayor of Greater New York, and who largely directed the construction of the Queensborough Bridge [now spelt “Queensboro”].” 
Frederick D. Backus
 
598 The following obituary contributed by Dr. Anthony Troha, Ph.D.:
The Brooklyn Daily Eagle, Friday, March 1, 1940, Page 13, Column 7:

“Wilhelmina Backus Of Forest Hills
Member of 2 Old Queens Families Ill Only 10 Days

Miss Wilhelmina Backus, a member of two families long prominently identified with the growth of Queens County, died today in the old Backus family home at Queens Boulevard and 69th Road, Forest Hills. She was 62 and had been ill for ten days.
The Backus family at one time owned the greater part of what is now known as Forest Hills. It was part of the old farm which her grandfather, the late Ascan Backus, operated for many years. Ascan Ave. in the section was named after him.
Miss Backus was the daughter of the late Frederick D. Backus, former president of the Cord Meyer Development Company, and banker, who died three years ago. Mr. Backus was prominent in the development of Forest Hills.

SERVICES MONDAY
Miss Backus was born in Newtown on July 10, 1877, and lived all of her life in Queens. Her mother, the late Alice Jackson Backus, was a member of a noted Queens family whose farm adjoined the Backus farm. She died in 1926.
Miss Backus is survived by a brother, Ascan Backus. The services will be held at the home at 2:30 p.m. [on] Monday, with the Rev. C. Lawson Willard Jr., rector of St. James P. E. Church, Elmhurst, officiating. Burial will follow in Maple Grove Cemetery.” 
Wilhelmina 'Minnie' Backus
 
599 From Jerry Gross, He was a retired British Officer. Major Timothy Bagley
 
600 From Cemetery transcription: Pvt USA WWI

Social Security Death Index
Name: Roy Bailes
SSN: 433-10-3878
Last Residence: 71450 Marthaville, Natchitoches, Louisiana, United States of America
Born: 19 Aug 1897
Died: Dec 1972
State (Year) SSN issued: Louisiana (Before 1951 ) 
Roy Leonard Bailes
 
601 1860 Census Dist n/s, Lewis Co., Virginia
Post Office: Weston, Lewis County; enumerated by Alfred H. Jackson, Ass't Marshal.
Floyd Bailey 20 M laborer VA
Elizabeth Bailey 18 F VA
Virginia Bailey 17 F VA
Edward Bailey 14 M VA
Arthur Bailey 9 M VA
Nancy Bailey 52 F VA

1870 Census Jane Lew Twp, Lewis Co., West Virginia
Post Office: Weston, West Virginia
Bailey, Nancy 61 F W At Home VA
Bailey, Ann E. 27 F W VA
Bailey, Edward 23 M W 100 VA
Bailey, Arthur G. 19 M W VA 
Ann Elizabeth Bailey
 
602 1880 Census 112, Napoleon, Henry Co., Ohio
McHenry, H. W M 58 married Physician PA PA PA
McHenry, Anna W F 33 wife married keeping house PA PA PA
Spangler, Fannie W F 20 dau married keeping house OH PA PA
McHenry Harnetti W F 15 dau single attending school OH PA PA (Harriet)
Spangler, H. B. W F 8/12 (Sept) gr-dau single OH OH OH
Teitjens, Anna W F 18 servant single House Keeper Germany Germany Germany 
Anna Bailey
 
603 1860 Census Dist n/s, Lewis Co., Virginia
Post Office: Weston, Lewis County; enumerated by Alfred H. Jackson, Ass't Marshal.
Floyd Bailey 20 M laborer VA
Elizabeth Bailey 18 F VA
Virginia Bailey 17 F VA
Edward Bailey 14 M VA
Arthur Bailey 9 M VA
Nancy Bailey 52 F VA

1870 Census Jane Lew Twp, Lewis Co., West Virginia
Post Office: Weston, West Virginia
Bailey, Nancy 61 F W At Home VA
Bailey, Ann E. 27 F W VA
Bailey, Edward 23 M W 100 VA
Bailey, Arthur G. 19 M W VA

Arthur G. Bailey had one child; name unknown. 
Arthur Green Bailey
 
604 Copied from Fauquier Virginia message board, posting by Jim Burgess: Carr BAILEY married Mary MINTER about 1753 probably in Prince William County, Virginia. Carr left his will dated 6 Oct 1770. Carr BAILEY
 
605 Info provided by Glenda Eisenhour FAG#47259424:
The Weston Independent, Tues. 17 Nov. 1903:
BAILEY, DOUGLAS M. Died Saturday of Brights disease. He was 69 years of age. Funeral services at St. Pauls Protestant Episcopal Church Monday, interment Machpelah cemetery. 
Douglas Moxley Bailey
 
606 1860 Census Dist n/s, Lewis Co., Virginia
Post Office: Weston, Lewis County; enumerated by Alfred H. Jackson, Ass't Marshal.
Floyd Bailey 20 M laborer VA
Elizabeth Bailey 18 F VA
Virginia Bailey 17 F VA
Edward Bailey 14 M VA
Arthur Bailey 9 M VA
Nancy Bailey 52 F VA

1870 Census Jane Lew Twp, Lewis Co., West Virginia
Post Office: Weston, West Virginia
Bailey, Nancy 61 F W At Home VA
Bailey, Ann E. 27 F W VA
Bailey, Edward 23 M W 100 VA
Bailey, Arthur G. 19 M W VA

West Virginia, Deaths Index, 1853-1973 about Edward Darlington Bailey
Name: Edward Darlington Bailey
Birth Date: abt 1847
Death Date: 5 Aug 1928
Death Place: Jane Lew, Lewis, West Virginia
Death Age: 81 years 11 months 13 days
Occupation: Farmer
Race: White
Marital Status: Widowed
Gender: Male
FHL Film Number: 825107 
Edward Darlington Bailey
 
607 "Elizabeth Bailey was married three times, but had no children. Her 1st marriage was to a Mr. Criss; the 2nd was to a Mr. Hartley; and the 3rd was to a Mr. Rogers.
"She died in the "Long House" owned by James W. Jackson. Gave Annie Bryan a lovely white crape shawl. She must have been the oldest of her father's family." 
Elizabeth Bailey
 
608 Ella's last name assumed from info in 1930 census where a brother-in-law was listed living with Harry and Ella. I recognize that this brother-in-law may not be Ella's brother, but could be Harry's sister's husband. It is more likely Ella's brother. Ella Marie Bailey
 
609 1860 Census Dist n/s, Lewis Co., Virginia
Post Office: Weston, Lewis County; enumerated by Alfred H. Jackson, Ass't Marshal.
Floyd Bailey 20 M laborer VA
Elizabeth Bailey 18 F VA
Virginia Bailey 17 F VA
Edward Bailey 14 M VA
Arthur Bailey 9 M VA
Nancy Bailey 52 F VA 
Ellen Virginia Bailey
 
610 Her marriage to George Stoetts was her second marriage. Eunice Bailey
 
611 1850 Lewis County, Virginia (Dist 30, July 3, 1850, pg 9, house 116, family 116)
HANNAH JACKSON 56 f 13000 VA
NANCY 22 f VA
CELIA 20 f VA
ELIZABETH 19 f VA
VIRGINIA 18 f VA
JAMES 17 m clerk VA
ELLEN 15 f VA
EDWARD 14 m VA
SUSAN 12 f VA
WM OLIVER 50 m VA
ELIZABETH JACKSON 86 f NJ 
Hannah Bailey
 
612 Death Register 1, Pg 63 & 64 Transcribed by Debbie Ullom:
BAILEY, IRVING - white male died March 20 at Weston of consumption at age 33 yrs 2 months. Parents: MINTER & SARAH BAILEY. Born: Lewis Co, VA. Occupation: merchant. Consort of: MARY S BAILEY. Informant: SALLY BAILEY (mother) 
Irving 'Toke' Bailey
 
613 Dodd, Jordan. Virginia Marriages to 1800 .
Virginia, Marriages, 1660-1800
Name: Frankey Jones
Spouse: John Bailey
Marriage Date: 9 Nov 1791
Marriage Location: Fauquier County, Virginia 
John Bailey
 
614 Page 70 notes that Sallie Balley is dau of John and Sallie Bastable Bailley. Page 73 lists Sallie as dau of John and Kitty Bastable Bailey. Perhaps Kitty and Sallie are the same person, but the Ledger does not substantiate one way or the other. John may have married sisters. John Bailey
 
615 Marriage Record Detail... Date: 28 Dec 1814 Place: Harrison, WV Bride Groom Name: Margaret Hickman, Joseph Bailey Birth Date: Birth Place: Age at Marriage: Full Age Marital Status Prior to Marriage: U U

****

From Jerry Gross, He was crippled after a horse fell on him. 
Joseph Bailey
 
616 Author of Jackson Ledger states that she has heard that Mary went to Tennessee. Author states that Mary Bailey married Mar 2, 1828 to Wm. Pennington _________; but his last name is illegible. Mary Bailey
 
617 1850 Census Dist 30, Lewis Co., Virginia
Richard Hall 64 M Farmer VA
Mary Hall 59 F VA
Minor C. Hall 35 M Constable VA
Addison Hall 25 M Farmer VA
John Hall 22 M Farmer VA
Mary Hall 20 F VA
Susan Hall 17 F VA
Malinda Hall 15 F VA
William D. Hall 14 M VA
Edward Hall 9 M VA 
Mary "Polly" Bailey
 
618 From Patricia Prickett Hickin: "Hannah Bailey Jackson’s brother - the urbane and hospitable Minter Bailey Jr. [1799-1866, m. Sarah Bastable] had owned and operated the Bailey House in Weston-it was probably the most renowned hotel in that part of the state before the Civil War."

Also from Pat Hickin: Cook, History of Old Bailey House, pg 185: "County Court, he [Minter Bailey] applied for a license to keep an ordinary in the Weston Hotel. . . He took charge of hotel [in Weston] run by Thos. Bland, [later known as the Bailey House]. This building fronted Main Street for forty feet. It was two stories high and of log and frame construction.

"Mr. Bailey and his wife were very popular hosts, and their liberality was proverbial: no minister was ever charged for any service and no poor and needy person was ever turned away. . . Major Bailey was a born host, urbane . . . Bailey House became best and most popular hotel in Northwest Virginia." 
Minter Bailey, Jr.
 
619 The original Jackson Ledger does not give the names of Minter's father & mother. These have been added by transcriber in order to be able to list Minter's brothers and sisters which are in the Ledger.

Page 65 of ledger someone has added his date of death was 1789 which now appears to be in error.
Page 66 the original author has written his date of death was Nov 12, 1833.

U.S., Sons of the American Revolution Membership Applications, 1889-1970 about Minter Bailey
Name: Minter Bailey
SAR Membership: 85119
Birth Date: 19 Jun 1763
Death Date: 12 Nov 1833
Spouse: Nancy Ann Norris
Children: William Bailey 
Minter Bailey, Sr.
 
620 1910 Census 0143, Butler, Pemiscot Co., Missouri
Bush, B. Y. Head M W 54 M2 forr23yrs MO OH MO Farmer
Bush, Mary E. wife F W 42 M1 for23yrs 2ch/1 lvg KY KY TN
Sheckles, Ernest grandson M W 7 S MO KY MO
Jackson, Clarence laborer M W 24 M1 for1yr MO TN MO
Jackson, Ruthie wife F W 18 M1 for1yr 1ch/0 lvg MO KY MO
Jones, Walter laborer M W 17 S MO TN MO
Jackson, Nannie mother F W 48 Wd 9ch/7 lvg MO SC TN

Obit copied from Find-a-Grave memorial page for Nannie:
Pemiscot Argus - Caruthersville, Missourki - Thursday, May 11, 1916
Died at her home in Dry Bayou neighborhood Wednesday, April 26, 1916, Mrs. Nannie Jackson, aged 53 years. She was the mother of nine children, five boys and four girls, of which seven still survive.
She had been a devoted Christian ever since eleven years old and lived a life of which her relatives should be proud.
The remains were laid to rest in the Dry Bayou cemetery at 3:30 Thursday afternoon, April 27, 1916. The funeral address was delivered by Rev. Arthur Pool in the presence of relatives and friends.
Mrs. Jackson was born in Missouri near Portageville, and had lived here ever since her birth. The entire community join the grief stricken family in their hour of sorrow.

The deceased was married to Riley Jackson in 1880, her former name being Bailey. She was a sister to Johnny Bailey. 
Nannie Belle Bailey
 
621 The family has not been found on the 1850 census and Newton was not enumerated with the family in 1860 or 1870. Newton Bailey
 
622 They had seven children. Penelope Bailey
 
623 1860 Census Dist n/s, Lewis Co., Virginia
Post Office: Weston, Lewis County; enumerated by Alfred H. Jackson, Ass't Marshal.
Floyd Bailey 20 M laborer VA
Elizabeth Bailey 18 F VA
Virginia Bailey 17 F VA
Edward Bailey 14 M VA
Arthur Bailey 9 M VA
Nancy Bailey 52 F VA 
Waters 'Floyd' Bailey
 
624 The Jackson Ledger has his name as Judson White Bailey, but on his wife's death certificate and on his tombstone, his name is White J. Bailey. In March 2007, I changed his name in my db to White Judson Bailey. Dr. White Judson Bailey
 
625 According to Frank Bailey's SAR application# 85119 William was called 'Tador Hill Bill'.

Inscription from photo of gravemarker posted on his Find-a-Grave memorial page:
"WILLIAM BAILEY
Son of M. & N. Bailey
1796 - 1849
His two wives
HANNAH EDMUNDS
1797 - 1822
FRANCES MUNDELL
1738 - 1854
Put up by M. H. Bailey 1906"

Comment from memorial page:
His grave marker was built as part of the wall put up by H. Bailey 1906. REF: HCPD Journal III, Issue 2, Jan 1985, page 84.
He served in the War of 1812. 
William Bailey
 
626 From Wayne Carter: Alvin served in France during World War I.
Retired from Long Star Gas Co.
A.B. Baker and wife sold 2 ac. of land in Eastland Co. TX on 7-19-1938 to a Doris Beck, but reserved the mineral rights (Vol 348, page 321). This is still in his estate. 
Alvin Bryan Baker
 
627 Copied from his Find-a-Grave memorial page:
"Note: Stone is inscribed Arvil Baker, but birth certificate shows Arvel Baker. s/o Jacob & Hannah Baker."

Texas Death Index, 1903-2000 about Arvil Baker
Name: Arvil Baker
Death Date: 30 Jan 1983
Death County: Eastland
Gender: Male 
Arvel Chester Baker
 
628 Auby Baker, "United States Social Security Death Index"
Given Name: Auby
Surname: Baker
Birth Date: 1 July 1904
Social Security Number: 456-03-3755
State: Texas
Last Place of Residence:
Previous Residence Postal Code:
Event Date: December 1965
Age: 61 
Auby Dee Baker
 
629 Notes from R. Baker: "Fred went by either C. F. Baker or Fred Baker. . . he hated the name Cecil. He and Margaret lived in Kansas City, Kansas from the time they were married until they moved to Kalamazoo, Michigan in March, 1978. They moved to be near their son and his family.

"Fred left the family farm when he was about 21 years old. He moved to Kansas City and was in business with his brother Oscar. They had a business delivering Coal to houses in the winter, and ice in the summer. Their brother John Walter Clyde (known as Pete) also moved to Kansas City later and joined them for a short while. Fred left the business with Oscar and worked of AC Cooke Company delivering Coal…then ice. In the late 30’s he went to work for Federal Cold Storage (also known as City Ice and Fuel) He worked producing ice in their plant, icing box cars for produce shipment and finally delivering ice. He worked for this company in various jobs until he retired at age 65. In 1945 he suffered two very severe cerebral hemorrhage and came close to death. While he was laid up, Margaret took a job to keep family income coming. Fred recovered and was fine. However, during his 64th year he had several sudden “black out” experiences. On one of these occasions he was driving the car into a car wash area, blacked out and nearly totaled the car. From that time on, he never drove again. Margaret was the driver thereafter for going to and from work as well as all vacation trips."

1920 Census Dist 179, Virgil, Vernon Co., Missouri
Baker, Elisha W. head M W 43 M TX TN TN (indexed as Buker)
Baker, Amanda wife F W 40 M MO IL MO
Baker, Rebecah dau F W 22 S OK TX MO
Baker, Jacob O. son M W 19 S OK TX MO
Baker, Cecil F. son M W 16 S TX TX MO
Baker, Walter O. son M W 23 S OK TX MO by order of listing age should be abt 13; is prob W. C. above
Baker, Nannie dau F W 10 S OK TX MO
Baker, Cyntha dau F W 5 S MO TX MO 
Cecil 'Fred' Baker
 
630 Note from R. Baker: "Cynthia and Tom moved to the State of Washington shortly after the start of WWII when Tom took a job in the Richland area of Southwest Washington. They had one daughter, born in Vernon Co., Missouri." Cynthia Alberta Baker
 
631 From Jerry Spencer: "David Andrew Baker married Susan Rushing before 1829 when their first child was born in Madison County, TN. David and Susan are buried in the Simmons Cemetery in Delta County, Texas. All of the children of David and Susan Baker were born in Tennessee so they came to Texas after 1853 when the youngest was born." Jerry has also sent pictures of the unique shared gravestone of David and Susan clearly showing their birth and death dates. He says the cemetery if very overgrown and many markers down.

1850 Census Dist 9, Madison Co., Tennessee
David Baker 46 M Far(mer) 700 NC (birth location may be in error; see 1860, 1870 & 1880)
Susan Baker 49 F NC cannot read or write
John W. Baker 21 M Far TN (RIN 19673)
Jacob R. Baker 20 M Far TN (RIN 10576)
Ann Baker 17 F TN (RIN 10559) abt 1833
Joshua Baker 18 M Far TN abt 1832
Rebecca J. Baker 16 F TN abt 1834
Samuel H. Baker 11 M TN abt 1839
Hannah A. Baker 10 F TN abt 1840
David T. Baker, 8 M TN abt 1842 David Giles Baker per Jerry Spencer
William W. Baker 6 M TN abt 1844
Eliza W Baker 4 F TN abt 1846

1860 Census Beat 4, Lamar Co., Texas
David Baker 54 M farmer 800RE 600ps TN
Susan Baker 52 F TN
Hannah Baker 17 F TN
David Baker 16 M TN
William 14 M TN
Washington 13 M TN
Thomas 8 M TN
Scott 6 M TN

1870 Census Beat 2, Lamar Co., Texas
Pg 58, Post Office: Ben Franklin
Baker, David 70 M W farmer 500RE 700ps Tenn
Baker, Susan 65 F W TN
next pg 59
Baker, Thomas J. 18 M W TN
Baker, Winfield S. 17 M W TN

1880 Census Dist 75, Precinct 2, Lamar Co., Texas
Baker Jacob R. W M 49 TN TN TN
Baker, Rebecca W F 47 wife TN NC TN
Baker, Tempa J. W F 27 dau TX TN TN
Baker, Jacob W M 17 son TX TN TN
Baker, Margret A. W F 10 dau TX TN TN
Baker, Elisha W. W M 3 son TX TN TN
*Baker, David W M 73 father TN NC NC
Baker, Susan W F 71 mother TN NC NC 
David Andrew Baker
 
632 1880 Census Dist 18, Precinct 1, Delta Co., Texas
Page 22; the town of Cooper
Moseley John G. W M 62 mail contractor Virginia Vir Vir
Moseley Emeline W F 56 wife keeping house Miss ilegible ilegible
*Baker, David W M 30 step-son-in-law farmer Tenn Tenn Tenn
Baker, Melissa W F 16 step-dau keeping house Texas Miss Miss
Cupp, James H. W M 18 step-son farmer Lou Miss Miss
Willet, Emma W F 3 neice at home Arkansas Ark Ark
Clawson, James W M 12 boarder at home Texas Ark Ark 
David Giles Baker
 
633 Florida Death Index, 1877-1998
about Dorothy Marie Durfey
Name: Dorothy Marie Durfey
Death Date: 28 Dec 1995
County of Death: De Soto
State of Death: Florida
Age at Death: 79
Race: White
Birth Date: 16 Feb 1916

Social Security Death Index
Name: Dorothy B. Durfey
SSN: deleted
Last Residence: 33821 Arcadia, De Soto, Florida, United States of America
Born: 18 Feb 1916
Died: Dec 1995
State (Year) SSN issued: Michigan (Before 1951) 
Dorothy Baker
 
634 Note in Jerry Spencer's family group sheet: "Per Jane Bardwell's notes, this was Elijah (Elisha) Baker born 6/18/1848."

The 1850 census records him as Eliza, a 4 year old female; in 1860 he is recorded as Washington, a 13 year old male. I notice in 1880 Jacob Rushing Baker, a brother, names his son Elisha so I am assuming Elisha is a family name and accepting Jane Bardwell's note above. 
Elijah (Elisha) Washington Baker
 
635 Notes from Richard Baker: "Elisha and Amanda lived at various places in Oklahoma Territory and Texas before settling in Vernon County, Missouri. Amanda inherited farm land from her father in 1909 or 1910. The records of this property transaction are in County Records in Nevada, Missouri. Elisha was the executor of Amanda’s father’s estate.

"Elisha and Amanda are buried in the Mt. Pleasant Cemetery by the Sulphur Springs Church (on Highway 54 about 1/2 way between Nevada and El Dorado Springs, Missouri)"

1880 Census Dist 75, Precinct 2, Lamar Co., Texas
Baker Jacob R. W M 49 TN TN TN
Baker, Rebecca W F 47 wife TN NC TN
Baker, Tempa J. W F 27 dau TX TN TN
Baker, Jacob W M 17 son TX TN TN
Baker, Margret A. W F 10 dau TX TN TN
Baker, Elisha W. W M 3 son TX TN TN
Baker, David W M 73 father TN NC NC
Baker, Susan W F 71 mother TN NC NC

1900 Census Dist 128, Township 6, Chickasaw Nation, Indian Territory
Baker, Elisha head W M Jan 1877 23 M4yrs TX TN TN farmer
Baker, Amanda wife W F Feb 1879 21 M4yrs 1ch;1 lvg MO MO MO
Baker, Becky dau W F Mar 1897 3 S Indian Terr TX MO
Baker, Jacob father W M June 1831 69 M50yrs TN TN TN
Baker, Becky mother W F Dec 1833 66 M50yrs 10ch; 6lvg TN NC TN

1910 Census Dist 19, Township 3, Bryan Co., Oklahoma
Baker, Elisha W. head M W 33 m1 for 14 years TX TN TN carpenter
Baker, Manda J. wife F W 31 m1 for 14 yrs 5ch;5 lvg MO IL MO
Baker, Rebecca A. dau F W 13 S OK TX MO
Baker, Jacob O. son M W 9 S OK TX MO
Baker, Cecil F. son M W 6 S TX TX MO
Baker, John W. C. son M W 4 S OK TX MO (Walter in 1920)
Baker, Nany C. dau F W 8/12 S OK TX MO

World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918
Name: Elisha W Baker
County: Vernon
State: Missouri
Birth Date: 6 Jan 1877
Race: White
FHL Roll Number: 1683934
Other information on this draft card: Elisha was a 41 year old self-employed farmer. His nearest relative was Mandy J. Baker, living at Rt 1, El Dorado Springs, Missouri. Signed 12 Sep 1918.

1920 Census Dist 179, Virgil, Vernon Co., Missouri
Baker, Elisha W. head M W 43 M TX TN TN (indexed as Buker)
Baker, Amanda wife F W 40 M MO IL MO
Baker, Rebecah dau F W 22 S OK TX MO
Baker, Jacob O. son M W 19 S OK TX MO
Baker, Cecil F. son M W 16 S TX TX MO
Baker, Walter O. son M W 23 S OK TX MO by order of listing age should be abt 13; is prob John W. C. above
Baker, Nannie dau F W 10 S OK TX MO
Baker, Cyntha dau F W 5 S MO TX MO

1930 Census Dist 37, Virgil, Vernon Co., Missouri
Baker, Elisha W. head M W 53 mar19 TX TN TN
Baker, Amanda J. wife F W 51 mar 17 MO IL MO
Baker, Rebecca A. dau F W 33 S OK TX MO
Baker, Nannie C. dau F W 20 S OK TX MO
Baker, Cynthia A. dau F W 15 S MO TX MO
McCormick, Leonard R. nephew M W 14 S MO MO OK
McCormick, M. Evalina H. sis-in-law F W 36 Wd OK MO MO
McCormick, Doris ?. niece F W 4 S MO OK MO middle initial indexed as 'F' 
Elisha Washington Baker
 
636 ==================================================
FIRE KILLS MAN, DESTROYS HOME LACK OF HYDRANTS HAMPERS FIREFIGHTERS ==================================================

A Kirtland man who was grief-stricken over the recent death of his wife was killed yesterday in a fire that destroyed his turn-of-the-century Wisner Rd. house.

Frank J. Baker was pulled from the house about 10 minutes after Kirtland firefighters arrived on the scene about 1 p.m.

Firefighters found Baker lying face down on the floor about 6 feet from a side door, said Kirtland Police Chief Dennis T. Yarborough. Investigators remained at the home late last night trying to determine the cause of the fire.

Lake County Coroner William C. Downing said he planned to conduct an autopsy today. Downing said Baker suffered extensive burns and probably died from the burns, smoke inhalation or both.

Baker's stepdaughter, Becki Armington, who watched flames shooting from the roof of her childhood home, said her stepfather was in his late 60s and in poor health.

Kirtland Fire Chief Richard A. Martincic said it took three hours to get the blaze under control. The Chardon, Willoughby Hills and Chester Township fire departments also helped.

"The fire was everywhere when we got here," Martincic said. "It was on all of the sides and coming through the roof. It took us a little time to set up our tanker to deliver water to the scene."

Because there are no fire hydrants near the property, firefighters had to set up a water shuttle in which they drove a tanker truck to a hydrant on Chardon Rd., filled the tanker with water, drove back to the fire and deposited the water.

"Twenty percent of the city doesn't have fire hydrants," Martincic said. "It makes it a little more difficult."

Firefighters also kept a stream of water on a 2,000-gallon tank of diesel fuel that sits within a few feet of the back of the house.

Neighbor Russell Dieterich, who had known the Bakers for more than 30 years, discovered the fire when he saw smoke coming out of the chimney.

"I tried to get in to pull Baker out," Dieterich said. "But it was just too hot."

Dieterich said that one of the last times he saw Baker, he "was grieving badly and crying because of the loss of his wife."

The Wisner Rd. house was part of the late Elizabeth A. Baker's 21-acre estate, which also included two smaller houses, three barns, two poultry houses, two garages, a pool, a tennis court and several sheds.

The burned house was a 4,175-square-foot Colonial built in 1912. The smaller houses are a 1,150-square-foot Colonial built in 1947 and a 1,775-square-foot Colonial built in 1915.

Lake County records show the property's market value at $382,000. But the will of Elizabeth Baker, who died in November following an illness, placed the value at more than $410,000, according to Lake County Probate Court records.

Becki Armington said the fire destroyed many family heirlooms.

"What's sad is everything is gone ..." said the 40-year-old Concord Township woman. "There were a lot of antiques in the house. We didn't have a chance to get them out. Any of our family remembrances are gone."

Armington said her brother, Arthur Armington III, lived in the house with Baker.

She said she had not seen her stepfather since her mother's funeral.

"I wasn't that close to him," Armington said. "... I stayed away pretty much until my mom was sick and she needed rides places."

Armington said her mother met Baker more than 30 years ago when Baker worked for the family on 2,000 acres the family owns near Geneva. The couple married and raised Armington, her siblings and the Bakers' daughter, Molly W. Patel, who also lives in one of the houses on the property.

The Armington family is one of Lake County's most affluent, tracing its roots to the Euclid Road Machinery Co., a maker of internationally recognized, massive, lime-green earth-moving trucks and tractors.

Source: Plain Dealer, The (Cleveland, OH)-January 31, 1996, Author: APRIL McCLELLAN-COPELAND PLAIN DEALER REPORTER

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FAMILY HEIRLOOMS SALVAGED FROM FIRE CIGARETTE ASH MAY HAVE CAUSED BLAZE ==================================================

Historical papers and books, including diaries dating to the Mayflower, have been saved from the ruins of a Kirtland house fire.

Document-restoring specialists retrieved hundreds of books, pictures, papers, logs and ledgers, which recorded family history.

The Tuesday fire killed Frank Baker, 73, who died while trying to escape flames that started sometime after noon in his office. Investigators say they believe ashes from Baker's cigarette ignited a couch cushion.

But Lt. Doug Bode of the Kirtland Fire Department said salvaging the centuries-old family heirlooms helped ease a little of the tragedy.

Firefighters recognized the significance of a hallway filled with cabinets, and kept away flames, Bode said. At one point, with the fire under control, several firefighters; Molly W. Patel, Frank's daughter; and her husband made several trips into the hall to remove the most valuable items, Bode said.

Some of the books included diaries from the Mayflower and logs from the Revolutionary War, Bode said.

"It gave her a little silver lining to this tragedy," Bode said.

The fire caused $250,000 damage to the house. But the loss of contents has not been calculated, Fire Chief Richard Martincic said.

The home's construction, lack of accessible water, a hill behind the house and cold weather all hindered firefighting, said Kirtland fire investigator William Crowley. Crews stayed on the scene until about 10 p.m., more than nine hours after it had been reported.

Restorx, the world's largest restorer of damaged property, was called to the scene about midnight, said Kevin R. Mann, an owner of the Pittsburgh-based company. About nine employees worked until about 6 a.m., packaging and removing material.

The Wisner Rd. home, with the main section dating to 1912, was filled with what Bode said had been characterized as museum-quality antiques. The house sat on a 21-acre estate with two smaller homes and several other buildings across the east branch of the Chagrin River.

The house included an above-ground, 1950s-era bomb shelter. Inside were hundreds of medical and law books, a collection of National Geographic magazines and a walk-in refrigerator holding antique trains, Bode said.

Frank Baker had been married to the late Elizabeth Allen, who traced her family to the Mayflower, said her daughter, Rebecca Armington. Elizabeth Allen had previously been married to Arthur Armington II, whose family had founded the Euclid Road Machinery Co., the maker of internationally recognized earth-moving vehicles.

Baker's wife died three months ago of a stroke after a series of medical problems. Friends and authorities said Baker had been in deep grief since his wife died and recently had isolated himself in his house.

Investigators said that Baker, a chain smoker, caught a couch cushion in his office on fire, probably from ashes falling from a cigarette.

Lake County Coroner William Downing confirmed that Baker had been alive after the fire started. An autopsy showed Baker had soot in his lungs. He died of extensive burns and smoke inhalation.

Baker spent a lot of time in that room, especially sitting in an overstuffed easy chair where he would read. He enjoyed war books, relatives said.

"I loved to talk to the man," said his next-door neighbor, Russell Dieterich.

Baker had been a technical sergeant in the Air Force during World War II. He had been an upper-turret gunner and a radio operator on B-24 and B-17 bombers, flying 52 missions into Germany during the war.

A retired carpenter, Baker also loved to paint, draw and carve wood.

Source: Plain Dealer, The (Cleveland, OH)-February 1, 1996, Author: JOHN C. KUEHNER PLAIN DEALER REPORTER 
Frank J. Baker
 
637 Notes from Suzan Wedig about Hazel Grace: "She graduated from Smithfield HS in 1928 and Fairmont State College in 1932. Her occupation was as a high school English teacher; and worked in Washington DC during WWII at the American Red Cross. She moved to Florida in 1960."
A photo of her can be found at Suzan's web site: http://www.strato.net/~wedig/photos.html . 
Hazel Grace Baker
 
638 On the 1910 Census Mt. Croghan, Chesterfield Co., SC, her name was given as Azale H. Baker. Henrietta Azile Baker
 
639 1880 Hamilton, Warren Co, Ohio
Family history Library Film 1255075, NA Film Number T9-1075, Page # 294D
John Baker Self M Male W 50 OH Engineer Station VA VA
Eliza Baker Wife M Female W 36 OH Keeping house OH OH
Iva Baker Dau S Female W 17 OH OH OH

1900 Census Ohio, Highland Co., Fairfield, District 108
Conover, Iva Head W F May 1863 37 Wd 1ch;0lvg OH OH OH
Baker, John Father W M Feb 1830 70 Wd OH VA VA
Flesher, Alfred Uncle W M Sept 1841 58 S OH VA OH 
Iva Baker
 
640 From Wayne Carter: "Jake Baker, a resident of Ranger, TX. since 1906, passed away at the home of his daughter, Mrs. A. E. Reeves. He was a member of the Church of Christ."

1880 Census Dist 75, Precinct 2, Lamar Co., Texas
Baker Jacob R. W M 49 TN TN TN
Baker, Rebecca W F 47 wife TN NC TN
Baker, Tempa J. W F 27 dau TX TN TN
Baker, Jacob W M 17 son TX TN TN
Baker, Margret A. W F 10 dau TX TN TN
Baker, Elisha W. W M 3 son TX TN TN
Baker, David W M 73 father TN NC NC
Baker, Susan W F 71 mother TN NC NC 
Jacob 'Jake' Baker
 
641 Oklahoma became a state in 1907 and the area where he was born is now Mead, Bryan Co., Oklahoma.

Note from R. Baker: "Oscar was killed in a construction related accident in Ventura, California. He is buried in Memorial Park Cemetery in Kansas City, Kansas. They had no children together but Lucile had two daughters, Jane and Jerri Ray. They all moved to Ventura in 1940. Lucille returned to Kansas City after Oscar died and remarried Charles Pratt." 
Jacob Oscar Baker
 
642 1850 Census Dist 9, Madison Co., Tennessee
David Baker 46 M Far 700 NC
Susan Baker 49 F NC cannot read or write
John W. Baker 21 M Far(mer) TN (RIN 19673)
*Jacob R. Baker 20 M Far TN (RIN 10576)
Ann Baker 17 F TN (RIN 10559)
Joshua Baker 18 M Far TN
Rebecca J. Baker 16 F TN
Samuel H. Baker 11 M TN
Hannah A. Baker 10 F TN
David T. Baker, 8 M TN
William W. Baker 6 M TN
Eliza W Baker 4 F TN

1860 Census Precinct 10, Lamar Co., Texas
Pg 17, P. O. Paris
J. R. Baker 30 M Farmer noRE 200ps TN Jacob Rushing Baker
R. Baker 26 F TN Rebecca Jane Jackson
D. A. Baker 9 M TX David Andres
T. J. Baker 7 M TX Thomas Jefferson
M. C. Baker 5 F TX Mary Catherine abt 1855
T. J. Baker 3 F TX Temperance Jane abt 1857
C. E. Baker 6/12 F TX Cynthia Emeline
J. W. Jackson 28 M farmer noRE 200ps TN James W. Jackson RIN 10546
A. Jackson 26 F TN Ann Baker
next page:
D. F. Jackson 9 M TN given name not known abt 1851
S. L. Jackson 8 F TN Sarah Louisa Jackson RIN 10616
J. ?. Jackson 6 M TX James W. abt 1854 so migrated abt 1853 or 54
S. E. Jackson 4 F TX Susan E. Jackson abt 1856
F. A. Jackson 2 M TX must have misread census, this is Thomas A. abt 1858
Apparently the two families were sharing a household; J. R. Baker was #117 and the Jackson child on next page was also #117.

1870 Census Beat 2, Lamar Co., Texas
Pg 58, Post Office: Ben Franklin
Baker, Jacobb R. 40 M W farmer 250RE 250ps Tenn
Baker, Rebecah 37 F W TN
Baker, David A. 18 M W TN
Baker, Thomas J. 16 M W TN (must have migrated to TX between 1854-1855)
Baker, Mary C. 15 F W TX (Mary Catherine abt 1855)
Baker, Tempey J. 13 F W TX (abt 1857)
Baker, Syntha E. 11 F W TX (Cynthia Emeline) (abt 1859)
Baker, Jacobb 9 M W TX (abt 1861)
Baker, Margrett A. 5 F W TX (Margaret Adeline) (abt 1865)

1880 Census Dist 75, Precinct 2, Lamar Co., Texas
Baker Jacob R. W M 49 TN TN TN
Baker, Rebecca W F 47 wife TN NC TN
Baker, Tempa J. W F 27 dau TX TN TN
Baker, Jacob W M 17 son TX TN TN
Baker, Margret A. W F 10 dau TX TN TN
Baker, Elisha W. W M 3 son TX TN TN
Baker, David W M 73 father TN NC NC
Baker, Susan W F 71 mother TN NC NC

1900 Census Dist 128, Township 6, Chickasaw Nation, Indian Territory
Baker, Elisha head W M Jan 1877 23 M4yrs TX TN TN farmer
Baker, Amanda wife W F Feb 1879 21 M4yrs 1ch;1 lvg MO MO MO
Baker, Becky dau W F Mar 1897 3 S Indian Terr TX MO
*Baker, Jacob father W M June 1831 69 M50yrs TN TN TN
Baker, Becky mother W F Dec 1833 66 M50yrs 10ch; 6lvg TN NC TN 
Jacob Rushing Baker
 
643 1870 Fairfield Twp, Highland County, Ohio
John Baker 41 M W teamster 1800 Ohio
Eliza J Baker 25 F W keeping house Ohio
Iva Baker 7 F W at home Ohio

1880 Hamilton, Warren Co, Ohio
Family history Library Film 1255075, NA Film Number T9-1075, Page # 294D
John Baker Self M Male W 50 OH Engineer Station VA VA
Eliza Baker Wife M Female W 36 OH Keeping house OH OH
Iva Baker Dau S Female W 17 OH OH OH

1900 HIGHLAND FAIRFIELD TWP taken 1 June 1900 Sheet 1B Line 85 # 26-27 Conover Iva head W F May 1863 37 Widowed 6 crossed out 1 child 0 living OH OH OH Baker John father M W Feb 1830 70 Widowed 19 crossed out OH VA VA Flesher Alfred uncle M W Sep 1841 58 S OH VA OH 
John Baker
 
644 Oklahoma became a state in 1907 and the area where he was born is now Mead, Bryan Co., Oklahoma.

Note from R. Baker: John Walter was known by everybody as "Pete" and no living relative knows why!"

1910 Census Dist 19, Township 3, Bryan Co., Oklahoma
Baker, Elisha W. head M W 33 m1 for 14 years TX TN TN carpenter
Baker, Manda J. wife F W 31 m1 for 14 yrs 5ch;5 lvg MO IL MO
Baker, Rebecca A. dau F W 13 S OK TX MO
Baker, Jacob O. son M W 9 S OK TX MO
Baker, Cecil F. son M W 6 S TX TX MO
Baker, John W. C. son M W 4 S OK TX MO (Walter in 1920)
Baker, Nany C. dau F W 8/12 S OK TX MO

1920 Census Dist 179, Virgil, Vernon Co., Missouri
Baker, Elisha W. head M W 43 M TX TN TN (indexed as Buker)
Baker, Amanda wife F W 40 M MO IL MO
Baker, Rebecah dau F W 22 S OK TX MO
Baker, Jacob O. son M W 19 S OK TX MO
Baker, Cecil F. son M W 16 S TX TX MO
Baker, Walter O. son M W 23 S OK TX MO by order of listing age should be abt 13; is prob John W. C. in 1910 above
Baker, Nannie dau F W 10 S OK TX MO
Baker, Cyntha dau F W 5 S MO TX MO 
John Walter Clyde 'Pete' Baker
 
645 The Doty-Doten book says she was not married. Lavinia Baker
 
646 1930 Census Dist 45, Shawnee, Pottawatomie Co., Oklahoma
Baker, Leonard H. head M W 38 m@19 TX TN TX
Baker, Ruby M. wife F W 28 M@17 TX MS MS
Baker, Leonard H. son M W 7 S OK TX TX
Baker, Billie J. dau F W 5 S OK TX TX
Baker, Betty N. dau F W 3 6/12 S OK TX TX
Baker, Geraldine dau F W 5/12 S OK TX TX
Baker, Thomas J. father M W 76 Wd TN TN TN 
Leonard H. Baker
 
647 On the 1910 Census Mt. Croghan, Chesterfield Co., SC, her name was given as Ruth M. Baker. Mary Ruth Baker
 
648 1930 Census Dist 17, Precinct 7, Palo Pinto Co., Texas
Mangham, Boyd H. head M W 24 Mat18 TX TX TX
Mangham, Opal G. wife F W 22 Mat17 TX TX TX
Mangham, James O. son M W 4 S TX TX TX
Mangham, Ellen E. dau F W 2 S TX TX TX
Mangham, Mary A. dau F W 4/12 S TX TX TX
Baker, 'J. D.' boarder M W 18 S TX TX TX (this is probably, 'J. B.' Baker, Opal's younger brother who went by his initials.) 
Opal Gladys Baker
 
649 Oklahoma became a state in 1907 and the area where she was born is now Mead, Bryan Co., Oklahoma.

Notes from R. Baker: Becky never married. She lived and worked in Kansas City for Woolworth Dime Store for many years. Amanda lived with her after Elisha died. She is buried in Mt Pleasant Cemetery by her parents. 
Rebecca Alice Baker
 
650 1860 Census Beat 4, Lamar Co., Texas
Page 3, P. O. Paris, Texas enumerated 20 Sept 1860, stamp in right corner: 108
James Jackson 28 M farmer no RE 250 TN apparently can read and write
Rebecca Jackson 24 F TN she cannot read or write
Susan Jackson 6 F TN (abt 1854)
John Jackson 5 M TX (abt 1855) so sometime between 1854 & 1855 family moved to TX
Martha Jackson 3 F TX

Rebecca married two men named James Jackson. The above census is with her first husband.
See more detail in notes of James F. Jackson, her second husband. 
Rebecca Jane Baker
 
651 1860 Census Precinct 10, Lamar Co., Texas
Pg 17, P. O. Paris
J. R. Baker 30 M Farmer noRE 200ps TN Jacob Rushing Baker
R. Baker 26 F TN Rebecca Jane Jackson
D. A. Baker 9 M TX David Andres
*T. J. Baker 7 M TX Thomas Jefferson
M. C. Baker 5 F TX Mary Catherine abt 1855
T. J. Baker 3 F TX Temperance Jane abt 1857
C. E. Baker 6/12 F TX Cynthia Emeline
J. W. Jackson 28 M farmer noRE 200ps TN James W. Jackson RIN 10546
A. Jackson 26 F TN Ann Baker
next page:
D. F. Jackson 9 M TN given name not known abt 1851
S. L. Jackson 8 F TN Sarah Louisa Jackson RIN 10616
J. ?. Jackson 6 M TX James W. abt 1854 so migrated abt 1853 or 54
S. E. Jackson 4 F TX Susan E. Jackson abt 1856
F. A. Jackson 2 M TX must have misread census, this is Thomas A. abt 1858
Apparently the two families were sharing a household; J. R. Baker was #117 and the Jackson child on next page was also #117.

Texas Marriage Collection, 1814-1909 and 1966-2002
about T. J. Baker
Name: T. J. Baker
Gender: Male
Marriage Date: 11 Jun 1879
Spouse: L. J. Jackson
Marriage city: Delta
Marriage State: Texas
Source: Texas Marriages, 1851-1900 at ancestry.com

1900 Census Dist 184, Durrant, Choctaw Nation, Indian Territory
enumerated 18 Jun 1900 Durrant Town
hh # 299/308 Hallmark, Carlton head W M Sept 1877 22 M TX GA TX carpenter
Hallmark, Mimie wife W F Aug 1880 19 M 0yrs 0yrs 0ch/0lvg TX TX TX
hh # 300/309 Baker, Thomas head W M Oct 1852 47 Wd TX TN TN carpenter
Baker, Monroe son W M Sept 1882 17 S TX TX TX carpenter
Baker, Nelly F. dau W F Oct 1884 15 S TX TX TX
Baker, Leonard H. son W M Feb 1892 8 S TX TX TX

Ah, Barbara Crumpton has that these children are Lucinda's plus the record immediately above this one is for their dau Minnie. Ach!! This family has apparently moved and been enumerated twice!! Here they are again and this time, Minnie is NOT close to them and their birth years are different tho the months are the same.
1900 Census Dist 133, Township 2, Chickasaw Nation, Indian Territory
enumerated 14 June 1900 Roff town hh # 154/165
Baker, Thomas J. head W M Oct 1853 46 Wd TN TN TN carpenter (house)
Baker, Monroe J. son W M Sept 1882 17 S TX TN TX carpenter (house)
Baker, Nelia F. dau W F Oct 1885 14 S TX TN TX
Baker, Leonard H. son W M Feb 1891 9 S TX TN TX

1930 Census Dist 45, Shawnee, Pottawatomie Co., Oklahoma
Baker, Leonard H. head M W 38 m@19 TX TN TX
Baker, Ruby M. wife F W 28 M@17 TX MS MS
Baker, Leonard H. son M W 7 S OK TX TX
Baker, Billie J. dau F W 5 S OK TX TX
Baker, Betty N. dau F W 3 6/12 S OK TX TX
Baker, Geraldine dau F W 5/12 S OK TX TX
Baker, Thomas J. father M W 76 Wd TN TN TN 
Thomas Jefferson Baker
 
652 1870 Census Beat 2, Lamar Co., Texas
Pg 58, Post Office: Ben Franklin
Baker, David 70 M W farmer 500RE 700ps Tenn
Baker, Susan 65 F W TN
next pg 59
Baker, Thomas J. 18 M W TN
Baker, Winfield S. 17 M W TN 
Thomas Jefferson Baker
 
653 Walter was not living with his parents in the 1910 census for Mt. Croghan, Chesterfield Co., SC; but by 1920 he and his wife, Mary, and 3 children were living on the home place with his parents. They were still there on the 1930 census. Walter Worth Baker
 
654 Wayne Carter's chart had that Wayne died in Midland, Ector Co., Texas. I could not find such a place in Ector Co. and neither could I find Wayne's SSDI. Wayne McMillan Baker
 
655 U.S., World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 about Willie M Baker
Name: Willie M Baker (the image is actually Willis!)
City: Strawn
County: Palo Pinto
State: Texas
Birthplace: Cooper, Texas
Birth Date: 28 Oct 1889
Race: Caucasian (White)

1930 Census Dist 1, Midland, Midland Co., Texas
Baker, William M. head M W 44 M married at 24 TX TX TX (Wayne Carter calls him Willie Murton)
Baker, Martha C. wife F W 37 M married at 21 KY IL IN
Baker, Wayne M. son M W 16 S TX TX KY
Baker, Ruth J. dau F W 14 S TX TX KY
Baker, Mildred L. dau F W 9 S TX TX KY
Baker, Georgia dau F W 1 1/12 S TX TX KY

Texas Death Index, 1903-2000 about Willis Muerton Baker
Name: Willis Muerton Baker
Death Date: 14 Nov 1960
Death County: Eastland
Certificate: 64962 
Willis Murton Baker
 
656 Mother's Birth Place: South Carolina
Spouse's name: Lula J
Race: White
Wilson C Baker 42
Lula J Baker 44
Ruth M Baker 18
Azale h Baker 16
Nelson J Baker 9
Suanna M Baker 6
All born in SC Lula says she has had 6 ch & 5 are living
Wilson & Lula have each been married one time for 21 years.

1920 Census Mount Croghan, Chesterfield, South Carolina
Willow Chambers Baker (mis-indexed)
[Willson Chambers Baker]
Father's Birth Place: North Carolina
Mother's Birth Place: South Carolina
Willow Chambers Baker head 52
Lula Jackson Baker wife 55
Watts Worth Baker son 29
Mary Baker dau-in-law 27
Lula Evelia Baker gr-dau 6
Martha Jackson Baker gr-dau 4 4/12
Mary Lois Baker gr-dau1 6/12
Susanna Mildred Baker dau 16
All born in South Carolina

1930 Census Mount Croghan, Chesterfield, South Carolina
Wilson C Baker Head 63
World W Baker son 40
Mary H Baker d-i-l 37
Marth J Baker gr-dau 14
Lois M Baker gr-dau 11
Morrison J Baker gr-son 3 10/12 
Wilson Chambers Baker
 
657 On the 1910 census Mt. Croghan, Chesterfield Co., SC, his name is misindexed as Nelson J. Baker. Wilson Joyce Baker
 
658 1870 Census Beat 2, Lamar Co., Texas
Pg 58, Post Office: Ben Franklin
Baker, David 70 M W farmer 500RE 700ps Tenn
Baker, Susan 65 F W TN
next pg 59
Baker, Thomas J. 18 M W TN
Baker, Winfield S. 17 M W TN 
Winfield Scott Baker
 
659 Checking the 1900 Census, I see that Mary's father Frank was born in Ohio and Frank's father was born in Belgium. Hence, the unusual surname.

Ohio Deaths, 1908-1932, 1938-1944, and 1958-2007
Name: Mary C Jackson
Birth Date: 1893
Gender: Female Race: White
Residence County: Paulding Residence State: Ohio Residence Country: United States
Death Date: 14 Apr 1974
Hospital of Death: Paulding County Hospital
City of Death: Paulding County County of Death: Paulding
Certificate: 030592
Age at Death: 81 
Mary C. Bakle
 
660 Zoltan L. Bakoss, 99½, of the Winds at Mattern Orchard, Duncansville, Pa., went peacefully and with joy to be with his Lord on Feb. 19, 2009.

The son of Margaret Nemeth Bakoss and Michael Bakoss, he was born on July 1, 1909, in Cleveland, Ohio.

After graduating from West High School, Cleveland, he studied music, drafting and design, and worked briefly with the Civilian Conservation Corps. Zoli settled in South Charleston, W.Va., where he was employed with Union Carbide Corporation, now Dow Chemical, working in their design and engineering division.

He met Mary Elizabeth Springston in Charleston and they were married on Aug. 21, 1937. Zoli and Mary Elizabeth celebrated their 71st wedding anniversary on 2008. She continues to reside in Duncansville.

Zoli is also survived by his brother, Kalman Bakoss of Cleveland; his son, John Bakoss of Chesterfield, Va.; and his daughter, Elizabeth Bakoss of Duncansville. He is also survived by six grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren.

Throughout his life, Zoli was a devout Roman Catholic and was a member of Blessed Sacrament Parish in South Charleston. He was a member of the Musicians Union and played the violin and viola with the Charleston Symphony Orchestra. He and Mary Elizabeth enjoyed a mutual love of music, as she was a pianist and church organist. Most importantly, they shared a mutual Christian commitment. Zoli also enjoyed walking, hiking and physical fitness work.

He retired in 1974 after 38 years of service with Union Carbide. As an active retiree, he enjoyed many years of hiking, music, church involvement and service, and travel with Mary Elizabeth. In October 1999, they moved to Pennsylvania, living first at Homewood in Martinsburg and currently at the Winds at Mattern Orchard.

A small family service was held on Feb. 20 at The Good Funeral Home Inc., Altoona, Pa., and a celebration funeral Mass will be held at a later date with extended family and friends.

Those wishing to express a memorial for Zoli are encouraged to contribute in his memory to St. Lazarus Church, St. Lawrence, Pa., the 2nd Avenue United Methodist Church, Altoona, or Blessed Sacrament Church, South Charleston, W.Va. 
Zolton L. Bakoss
 
661 California Birth Index, 1905-1995 about Mary Jean Baldenburg
Name: Mary Jean Baldenburg
Birth Date: 13 Dec 1931
Gender: Female
Mother's Maiden Name: Jarvis
Birth County: Los Angeles

1940 Census 60-422, Los Angeles, Los Angeles Co., California
Jarvis, Evelyn L. Head F W 58 Wd MO Registrar - Public School
Baldenburg, Mary dau F W 32 D MO Clerk - Oil Refinery
Baldenburg, Mary Jean granddau F W 8 CA
Baldenburg, Susan Ann granddau F W 6 CA
Peterson, Minola Servant F W 44 D PA Servant - Private Home
All lived in the same place in 1935 
Mary Jean Baldenburg
 
662 His first wife, Mary Martha Jarvis Baldenburg indicates on the 1940 census that she is divorced and Max Baldenburg is found here in 1940, remarried to another lady whose name is also Mary:
http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=1940usfedcen&indiv=try&h=836475 
Max Warden Baldenburg
 
663 1940 Census 60-422, Los Angeles, Los Angeles Co., California
Jarvis, Evelyn L. Head F W 58 Wd MO Registrar - Public School
Baldenburg, Mary dau F W 32 D MO Clerk - Oil Refinery
Baldenburg, Mary Jean granddau F W 8 CA
Baldenburg, Susan Ann granddau F W 6 CA
Peterson, Minola Servant F W 44 D PA Servant - Private Home
All lived in the same place in 1935 
Susan Ann Baldenburg
 
664 1840 U.S. Census
Name: Eben'r Baldwin
[Ebner Baldwin]
Township: Chateaugay
County: Franklin
State: New York
Free White Persons - Males - 5 thru 9: 1
Free White Persons - Males - 30 thru 39: 1
Free White Persons - Females - Under 5: 1
Free White Persons - Females - 30 thru 39: 1
Total - All Persons (Free White, Free Colored, Slaves): 4
Persons Employed in Agriculture: 1
Free White Persons - Under 20: 2
Free White Persons - 20 thru 49: 2
Total Free White Persons: 4
Total All Persons - Free White, Free Colored, Slaves: 4

1860 Census Burke, Franklin Co., New York
Eben P. Baldwin 57 M Farmer VT
Betsay E. Baldwin 55 F VT
Warren Baldwin 16 M NY
Elizabeth Lyons 3 F NY 
Ebenezer P. Baldwin
 
665 Note from Frank M. Jackson: Fanny Jackson married Parker Baldwin; her sister, Ann, married a Baldwin."

I (Janie) believe the following 1870 census is a record of the sister Ann who married a Baldwin and is raising her nephew, Fanning Baldwin:
1870 Census Hempstead, Queens Co., New York Baldwin, Stephen 33 M W Farmer 30,000 18,900 New York Baldwin, Ann 38 F W keeping house 36,200 n/g NY Baldwin, David 23 M W at home NY Baldwin, Orlando 21 M W at home NY Baldwin, Ann E. 17 F W at home NY Baldwin, Stephen 10 M W at school NY *Baldwin, Fanning J. 11 m W at school NY (he is out of order, which ususally indicated the head is not the father) (est birth year = 1859) Halloran, Mary 20 F W domestic servant Ireland

1900 Census Dist 719, Oyster Bay, Nassau Co., New York
Baldwin, Fanning head W M Feb 1859 41 M 9yrs 1ch;1lvg NY NY NY no occupation given
Baldwin, Fannie wife W F Aug 1865 34 M 9yrs NY Scotland Canada
Baldwin, Fanning J. son W M Apr 1894 6 S NY NY NY (see below)
Scott, George boarder W M Jan 1862 38 M 15yrs Scotland Scotland Scotland 1871 29 groc salesman
Verity, Susan E. servant W F Oct 1863 36 Wd 4ch;1lvg NY NY England 
Fanning Baldwin
 
666 1900 Census Dist 719, Oyster Bay, Nassau Co., New York
Baldwin, Fanning head W M Feb 1859 41 M 9yrs 1ch;1lvg NY NY NY no occupation given
Baldwin, Fannie wife W F Aug 1865 34 M 9yrs NY Scotland Canada
Baldwin, Fanning J. son W M Apr 1894 6 S NY NY NY (see below)
Scott, George boarder W M Jan 1862 38 M 15yrs Scotland Scotland Scotland 1871 29 groc salesman
Verity, Susan E. servant W F Oct 1863 36 Wd 4ch;1lvg NY NY England

WWI Draft Reg Cards 1917-1918 Nassau County, New York
Fanning James Baldwin
d/o/b 22 Apr 1894 at Massapequa, New York (Nassau Co)
address: Roslyn Heights, NY (Nassau Co)
occupation: Teamster
his mother is his dependant 
Fanning J. Baldwin
 
667 So here is Edith's mother Josephine Ball!!
1880 Census Dist 46, Grant, Jackson Co., West Virginia
Ball, Joseph W M 36 married laborer OH OH OH
Ball, Mattie W F 26 wife married keeping house OH OH OH
Ball, Cleta W F 13 dau S OH OH OH
Ball, Cora W F 11 dau S WV OH OH
Ball, Mestie W F 8 dau S OH OH OH
Ball, Josephine W F 5 dau S OH OH OH
Ball, Asa W M 1 son S OH OH OH

1910 Census Dist 0045, Grant, Jackson Co., West Virginia
Ball, Joseph head M W 67 M1 45yrs OH OH VA
Ball, Mattie wife F W 60 M1 45yrs 7ch/6 lvg OH USA USA
Ball, Asa son M W 33 S OH OH OH
Orem, Edith grand-dau F W 9 S WV WV OH 
Joseph Ball
 
668 Sarah Josephine's marriage record said she was born in Jackson County and resided in Jackson County, West Virginia; but the 1880 census record for her family said she was born in Ohio and that appears more likely; though her sister was born in WV. During that time period, the Ohio River was used as a highway for boat traffic, not only up and down the river, but across the river into Ohio. So perhaps there was visiting back and forth.

Ah ha! So here is Edith's mother Josephine Ball!!
1880 Census Dist 46, Grant, Jackson Co., West Virginia
Ball, Joseph W M 36 married laborer OH OH OH
Ball, Mattie W F 26 wife married keeping house OH OH OH
Ball, Cleta W F 13 dau S OH OH OH
Ball, Cora W F 11 dau S WV OH OH
Ball, Mestie W F 8 dau S OH OH OH
Ball, Josephine W F 5 dau S OH OH OH
Ball, Asa W M 1 son S OH OH OH

1900 Census Dist 118, Marietta, Washington Co., Ohio
Orem, Elihu head W M May 1875 25 M7yrs WV VA WV
Orem, Sarah J. wife W F Oct 1875 24 M7yrs 4ch/4 lvg WV WV OH
Orem, Jesse son W M May 1893 7 S WV WV WV
Orem, Asa son W M Sept 1894 5 S WV WV WV
Orem, Edna dau W F Sept 1896 3 S WV WV WV
Orem, Clyde son W M Sept 1898 1 S WV WV WV
Orem, Laura sister W F Nov 1881 18 S WV VA WV

1910 Census Dist 0016, Huntington Ward 1, Cabell Co., West Virginia
Orem, Josie head F W 35 Wd 17yrs 7ch/6 lvg OH WV OH
Orem, Jesse son M W 17 S OH WV OH
Orem, Asy son M W 15 S WV WV OH
Orem, Aedera dau F W 13 S WV WV OH (Edna)
Orem, Maud son M W 3 S WV WV OH (Murl)

1910 Census Dist 0045, Grant, Jackson Co., West Virginia
Ball, Joseph head M W 67 M1 45yrs OH OH VA
Ball, Mattie wife F W 60 M1 45yrs 7ch/6 lvg OH USA USA
Ball, Asa son M W 33 S OH OH OH
Orem, Edith grand-dau F W 9 S WV WV OH

Sarah Josephine (Ball) Orem married a second time to Manola Bare on 13 Jun 1914.

1930 Census Dist 14, East Liverpool, Columbiana County, Ohio
Bare, Manola head M W 56 Married at45 WV WV OH
Bare, Josephine F W 54 Married at 30 OH WV OH
Orem, Murl step-son M W 23 S WV WV OH
Barrett, Jewel step-grand-dau F W 7 S PA PA WV
Barrett, Jack, step-grand-son M W 5 S PA PA WV 
Sarah Josephine Ball
 
669 Photo at Find-a-Grave by Dede Holden but the date of death is illegible. Nancy Elizabeth J. Banester
 
670 Obituary Published in The Sun News on September 5, 2009
PAWLEYS ISLAND | Dana Lynn Jackson, 58, was granted her angel wings on Thursday, September 3, 2009. Dana's final days were spent at her home in Pawleys Island surrounded by her family and friends. Born in Sophia, West Virginia, she was the daughter and only child of the late Daniel and Irene Banker. Dana was a member of the All Saints Church in Pawleys Island. She was the CEO of Coastal Cabinetry and CFO of Michael Homes Inc. of Pawleys Island and former office manager of Associates in Obstetrics/Gynecology in Beckley, W.Va. She loved life and will be sadly missed and forever cherished by her husband, Michael W. Jackson; stepdaughters and their spouses, Kristi Jackson Clay and her husband, Stephen, of Beckley, W.Va., and Brandi Jackson Ritter and her husband, Justin, of Raleigh, N.C.; granddaughter, Alexis Brooke Clay of Beckley, W.Va.; uncles, John Chaffin and his wife, Inis, of Beckley, W.Va., and Ted Chaffin of Beckley, W.Va.; brother-in-law, William M. Jackson and his wife, Lois, of Charleston, W.Va.; and sister-in-law, Brenda Thios and her husband, John, of Colonial Heights, Va. In celebration of her life, services will be held 3 p.m. Sunday, September 6, 2009 in All Saints Church in Pawleys Island. Interment will follow in the church cemetery. Please sign a guest book at goldfinchfuneralhome.com and at TheSunNews.com . In lieu of flowers, the family request that memorial donations may be made to Tidelands Hospice, 2591 N. Fraser St., Georgetown, SC 29440, , P.O. Box 650309 Dallas, TX 75265-0309, , 950 48th Ave North, Ste. 101, Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 or UNC Cancer Center, 102 Mason Farm Rd., 12-046 Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center, CB #7295, Chapel Hill, NC 27599-7295. Goldfinch Funeral Home, Litchfield-Pawleys Chapel is in charge. 
Dana Lynn Banker
 
671 Pearl's family moved from Ohio to homstead in Kansas, but the land was poor. So they sold it and moved back to Ohio when Pearl was three years old. Pearl remembered moving back to Ohio in a covered wagon. Carrie 'Pearl' Banks
 
672 From photo of gravemarker at his Find-a-Grave memorial page:
CHARLES R BANKS JR.
US ARMY
WORLD WAR II
May 5 1925 Aug 21 1978 
Charles R. Banks, Jr.
 
673 Copied fr http://www.bgsu.edu/colleges/library/cac/ms0797.html: Another sequence of correspondence coincides with the period when the newly married George and Mattie Banks were homesteading in Kansas. Although the majority of the letters are written from family members in Ohio to the couple, there are numerous references to events, both at home and in Kansas, a few letters are included that were written from Kansas back to the family.

See the historical story of George's service in the military and in the service as President Lincoln's bodyguard in the Historical Stories link on the Home Page..

Garnett, Anderson County, Kansas 1880 United States Census
George Banks, self, M, W, 36, Oh, farmer Brithplace of father/mother: Ohio
Martha Banks, wife, F, W, 33, Oh, keeps house, Birthplace of father/mother: Ohio
Ada Banks, dau, F, W, 8, KS, Birthplace of father/mother: Ohio
Pearl Banks, dau, F, W, 2, KS, Birthplace of father/mother: Ohio

More research is needed to establish Ada Banks as their child. She is found nowhere else so far. Ada was born abt 1872; George and Martha did not marry until 1874. Also, in the following 1900 census Martha says she has had 6 children. The six are Bertha, Pearl, Minnie, Jennie, Grace and Raymond with no mention of an Ada. Martha's parents' birth location is an error and possibly indicating Ada as a dau is also an error. Another possibility is that George was previous married and Martha is his second wife and step-mother to Ada. Ada was too young to be on the 1870 census and may have been married by the 1900 census. 
George Gordon Banks
 
674 Grace & Charles had 3 children. Grace G. Banks
 
675 Harry Carr was her second marriage. Jennie Lillian Banks
 
676 Social Security Death Index
about Mahlon Banks
Name: Mahlon Banks
SSN: 534-10-5212
Last Residence: 98125 Seattle, King, Washington, United States of America
Born: 12 Dec 1903
Died: Mar 1972
State (Year) SSN issued: Washington (Before 1951 
Mahlon L. Banks
 
677 His death certificate states that he was a school teacher and that his death was accidental. Raymond 'Ray' Royland Banks
 
678 Arizona birth may be wrong, it was taken from SSDI as where he applied for his SS#.

Social Security Death Index
about Samuel Banks
Name: Samuel Banks
SSN: 526-01-3656
Last Residence: 74447 Okmulgee, Okmulgee, Oklahoma, United States of America
Born: 19 Dec 1882
Died: Feb 1972
State (Year) SSN issued: Arizona (Before 1951 ) 
Samuel Banks
 
679 Someone has posted on her find-a-grave page that Emogene was the widow of A. Bannon. (Abbott Bannon)

1880 District 91, Wayne, Montgomery Co., Indiana
Abbott, George W. W M 25 married w/in the yr Farmer IN OH OH
Abbott, Emagene W F 19 wife married keeps house IN OH VA

1900 Census Dist 101, Coal Creek, Montgomery Co., Indiana
Jackson, H. Hugh head W M May 1845 55 Married 4yrs IN IN IN
Jackson, S. Emmo wife W F Apr 1861 39 Married 4 yrs 3ch/3lvg IN OH VA
Abbott, W. James step-son W M Apr 1881 19 S IN IN IN
Abbot, W. Daisy step-dau W F Sept 1888 11 S IN IN IN
Jackson, Iona dau W F Oct 1897 2 S IN IN IN

Ancestry.com has her indexed as Emo Jackson in 1920. 
Emogene Bannon
 
680 Obituary copied from her Find-a-Grave memorial page:
COTTAGE GROVE - The funeral will be Nov. 19 for Garland Clio Banton Abeene of Cottage Grove, who died Nov. 13 of age-related causes. She was 93.Abeene was born Nov. 20, 1900, in Alsea. She attended school in the London, Ore., area. She married Joseph Abeene in London on May 2, 1920. He died July 13, 1987
Except for the past few months, Abeene was a lifelong resident of the London and Cottage Grove area, and a lifetime member of the Church of Christ. Her interests included photography, antique bottles, flowers, basket weaving, writing letters and hunting agates.
Survivors include three daughters, Lavelle Stimmel and Lucille Lusk Smith, both of the London/Cottage Grove area; and Laveta Hughes of Bedford, Texas; 11 grandchildren; 26 great-grandchildren; and six great-great-grandchildren.
Saturday's services is at 11 a.m. at Smith-Lund-Mills Funeral Chapel in Cottage Grove. Burial will be at Bemis Cemetery in London.
Memorial contributions may be made to Sacred Heart General Hospital.
Eugene Register Guard

Oregon, Death Index, 1903-1998 at familysearch.org
Name: Garland Clio Abeene
Event Type: Death
Event Date: 13 Nov 1994
Event Place: Lane, Oregon
Age:
Birth Date: 20 Nov 1900
Spouse's Name: Harold Abeene
Certificate Number: 94-23277 
Garland Clio Banton
 
681 1930 Census Dist 14, East Liverpool, Columbiana County, Ohio
Bare, Manola head M W 56 Married at45 WV WV OH
Bare, Josephine F W 54 Married at 30 OH WV OH
Orem, Murl step-son M W 23 S WV WV OH
Barrett, Jewel step-grand-dau F W 7 S PA PA WV
Barrett, Jack, step-grand-son M W 5 S PA PA WV 
Manola E. Bare
 
682 Short abstract found at http://www.geocities.com/milamco/milam-975ja.htm
Jackson, Ruby of Georgetown. Age 80. Died 9/7/1989. BORN 11/15/1909. Husband was the late Laddis Jackson. 
Ruby Beatrice Barker
 
683 A. Maitland says Elizabeth and Hicks had 5 children but does not name them. Elizabeth Barnes
 
684 223 Esther Barnes
 
685 15th of 1st mo., 1772 - Edward Underhill, of Phillipsburgh, Westchester Co., son of Jacob, and Jerusha Barnes, of Rye, daughter of Samuel. Jerusha Barnes
 
686 From http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/r/u/b/James-David-Rubins-CA/GENE11-0027.html "Descendants of Captain John Seaman according to Mary Thomas Seaman, 1928:
"Joshua and Sarah (Jackson) Barnes, were early settlers of Southampton, Long Island."

Will:
In the name of God, Amen, September 30, 1756. I, JOSHUA BARNES, of the town of Rye, Westchester County, being in good health. I direct all debts to be paid and the charge of settling my estate.

I leave to my wife Sarah the use of one of my houses where I live, at her choice, and 1/2 of my barn, and a negro girl, while she remains my widow, or during her life, and then to my son Richard. I leave to my wife all household goods and movables indoors, and after debts and legacies are paid I leave her the rest of movables and 1/3 of the profits of all my lands.

I leave to my eldest son John 5 shillings, over and above what I have given him by deed dated March 7, 1749, in full bar of any claim as heir at law.

I leave to my son Samuel all that parcel of land whereon he has built and improved, and where he now lives, in Harrison's Purchase, bounded east by the main road, north by land of Walter Fields, being 80 acres, also a cow.

I leave to my youngest son Richard all my farm or tract of land whereon I dwell in Harrison's Purchase, in Rye, bounded west by the main road, south and east by John Thomas, north by Nathan Field, containing 90 acres, with house and buildings, Also 20 acres of land, being a part of my lot on the Oblong, No. 19.

I leave to my two grandsons Joshua and Samuel, sons of my son, Joshua Barnes, deceased, all that my lot of land in the Oblong No. 19, except 20 acres, To be divided between them when Joshua is of age, and Samuel is to have his choice, "and Richard after them."

If both of my grandsons should die, then I leave the same to my sons, John, Samuel, and Richard. When my grandson Joshua is 21 he shall pay to his sister Patience, wife of Absalom Gedney, œ12. and Samuel shall pay to his sister Mary œ12.

I leave to my son Richard all my right of lands, divided and undivided, on the Island of Nassau, in New York (Long Island).

I leave to my daughters, Elizabeth, wife of Hicks Seaman, Patience, wife of Daniel Halstead, Sarah, wife of Joshua Hatfield, and Mary, wife of Isaac Birdsell, each 20 shillings, and with what they have already received to be in full of all claims.

I make my wife Sarah and my sons Samuel and Richard executors.

The following Codicil to this Will was copied from Jim Rubin's site:
To all, etc., "Know ye that I, Joshua Barnes, being at present unwell, have heard the annexed will read to me this day, being the 16 day of June, 1760, and do make this alteration: My granddaughters Mary and Patience shall have 40 acres out of my lot on the Oblong No. 19. Whereas my grandson Joshua is now come of age and gone to Sea. If he die without issue, his sisters are to have 1/2 of his share and his brother Samuel the other half."

Joshua had to have died sometime after the date on the codicil (16 Jun 1760) and before the date the will was proved
(26 May 1763). 
Joshua Barnes
 
687 Joshue Jr. was deceased before his father's Will was written in 1756. Joshua Barnes, Jr.
 
688 Mentioned in his Grandfather Joshua's Will, and again in the Codicil of the Will. The Codicil in June of 1760 states that "Joshua is now come of age and gone to Sea, If he die without issue, his sisters [Mary and Patience] are to have 1/2 of his share and his brother Samuel the other half."

Since Joshua's grandfather has said he was 21or over by 1760, he must have been born abt 1738 or 1739. 
Joshua Barnes, III
 
689 Mentioned in his grandfather's Will. Samuel is still under 21 when his grandfather Joshua wrote the codicil in 1760. Samuel Barnes
 
690 From Bob Mitchell: "I don't know if this is a significant thing or not, but there was a Jennie Barnet living in the home of Thomas and Julia Lovelace in Cleveland Co., North Carolina in 1860, she was 9 years old. There was a 2 month old un-named infant enumerated below Jennie. Lovelace and family were still in Cleveland Co., NC in 1870. Jennie Barnett was not with them."

From Pat Jackson Westerfield: "Jennie applied for a confederate pension on which she said she was born in Rockford, North Carolina and that she married May 2, 1866."

1900 Census Dist 67, Trenton, Fannin Co., Texas
Jackson, Jennie head W F Apr 1853 47 Married 33yrs 7ch/5lvg NC MD NC
Jackson, Walter son W M Feb 1874 26 single AR GA NC
Jackson, Marylou dau W F Nov 1881 18 single AR GA NC
Jackson, Willie son W M Aug 1883 16 single AR GA NC

1910 Census Dist 22, Plano, Collin Co., Texas
Huff, C. A. head M W 30 M1 for9yrs GA GA GA Railroad hand
Huff, Mary wife F W 25 M1 for9yrs 2ch/2lvg AR GA NC
Jackson, Jennie mother-in-law F W 57 widow 7ch/5lvg NC MD United States
Jackson, Gladys dau F W 8 single TX GA AR (error in last name)
Jackson, Jimmie son M W 3 single TX GA AR (error)

It is known from other research and from the parents birth place that the children Gladys and Jimmie are Huff children and not Jackson as the enumerated has taken the info 'out of order'.

1920 Census Dist 60, Marshall, Harrison Co., Texas
Huff, C. A. head M W 39 M GA GA GA
Huff, Mary Lou wife F W 37 M AR GA NC
Huff, James son M W 12 S TX GA AR
Jackson, Jennie M. mother-in-law F W 66 Wd NC MD NC 
Jennie Margaret Barnett
 
691 1850 Jackson Co, VA census age 4 living with mother Charlotte and father Harmon.
1860 Jackson Co, VA census age 14 living with parents
1870 Jackson Co, VA census Daniel is out of his parents home. His father has died and his mother has remarried to Samuel Woods. 
Daniel Barnhart
 
692 1850 Census Dist 27, Jackson Co., Virginia
Harmond Bornheart 25 M Farmer VA (Harmon Barnhart)
Chaloter Bornheart 21 F Ohio (Charlotte Barnhart)
Damit Bornheart 4 M VA (Dan'l Barnhart)
Valentine Bornheart 3/12 M VA
John Londie 30 M laborer VA (image looks like surname Gandee)
(this handwriting is obviously difficult to read)

1860 Census Twp n/g, Jackson Co., Virginia
Post Office: Ravenswood
Harmon Barnhart 37 M Farmer VA
C. Barnhart 28 F VA
Dan'l Barnhart 14 M VA
Thos. Barnhart 8 M VA
I. J. Barnhart 6 F VA
Emiline Barnhart 4 F VA Oct 17, 1854
A. Barnhart 1 F VA
Dan'l Jackson 52 M VA 
Harmon Barnhart
 
693 From https://www.familysearch.org/
record title: Ohio Births and Christenings, 1821-1962
name: Ervin Barnhart
gender: Male
birth date: 03 Dec 1876
birthplace: Sutton, Meigs, Ohio
father's name: Thos. Barnhart
mother's name: Lucinda Cornell
indexing project (batch) number: I09668-0
system origin: Ohio-EASy
source film number: 313460

Notes contributed by Mary Frances Cornell:
ÄLT birth date: 7 Dec 1876.
Per World War I registration card dated September, 1918 correct name and birthdate noted. Occupation was farmer and living in Long Bottom, Meigs Co., Ohio.
Burial: Letart Falls Cemetery, Meigs Co., Ohio
Residence: 1930, Olive Twp., Meigs Co., Ohio and farmer 
John Ervin Barnhart
 
694 Ohio, Births and Christenings Index, 1800-1962 at ancestry.com
Name: Joseph E. Barnhart
Gender: Male
Birth Place: Syracuse, Meigs, Ohio USA
Birth Date: 22 Aug 1884
Father's Name: Thomas J. Barnhart
Mother's name: Lucinda E. Cornell
FHL Film Number: 313460

Contributed by Mary Frances Cornell:
Per obit: He was born in the Nease Settlement are of Meigs County. Four children preceded him in death, Jessie, Grant, Thurman, and June. There are 2 sons, 5 daughters, 30 grandchildren, 30 greatgrandchildren and one great-great grandchild. Funeral services held at the White Funeral Home, Coolville with the Rev. Freeland Norris officiating. 
Joseph Earl Barnhart
 
695 "M. Gertrude" Wilson and James F. Wilson, MD share a gravestone at Washington Cemetery, Washington Court House, Fayette Co., Ohio.

1920 Census Dist 80, Lexington, Stark Co., Ohio
Wilson, James F. Head M W 37 M OH OH U.S. Dr. medical
Wilson, Minnie wife F W 40 M OH WV MD
Wilson, Howard son M W 9 S OH OH OH
Wilson, Irene dau F W 7 S OH OH OH
Wilson, Wilbur son M W 5 S OH OH OH

1930 Census Dist 16, Washington CH, Fayette Co., Ohio
Wilson, James T. Head rents M W 47 M @23 OH OH OH
Wilson, Minnie G. wife F W 50 M @26 OH WV NJ
Wilson, J. Howard Ab son M W 19 S OH OH OH
Wilson, G. Elizabeth dau F W 17 S OH OH OH (that scribble could be I. Elizabeth)
Wilson, Wilber S. son M W 15 S OH OH OH
(James' middle initial probably is an F. but the writing is so faint that it looked to the indexer as a 'T'. 
Minnie Gertrude Barnhart
 
696 On the 1905 Wood County, West Virginia marriage record Otto is recorded as being 21 years old; born in Meigs County, Ohio. His place of residence was Reedsville, Ohio.

Research and Notes Contributed by Mary Frances Cornell:
Per World War I registration card: Employed as a machinist at Athens Foundry and Machine Co. Also states 3 children and card was dated June, 1917. Residence was Athens Co., Ohio. This third child must have died as not mentioned on 1920 census.

Per 2005 Rocky Mountain Conference Journal: Otto was licensed in 1921 to preach for Evangelical United Brethren Church. This also gives death date of 1962. The church parsonage where Otto lived was called the Morgan House at 637 Terry Street, Longmont, CO 80501. This house was constructed in 1907. Otto lived at the parsonage from late 1940's to mid 1950's. Also found info from Cultural Resource Historians, Ft. Collins, CO.

Per article in Time-Call, May 13, 1955, Colorado: Rev. O. S. Barnhart, who has been pastor of the Evangelical United Brethren Church in Longmont since the fall of 1945 has been assigned to Trinity Evangelical United Brethren Church in Colorado Springs. Rev. and Mrs. Barnhart have been living at 637 Terry Street in Longmont, but will move to 2925 West Pikes Peak Avenue, Colorado Springs. Rev. Barnhart was in charge of the Longmont pastorate when the church building was rebuilt, greatly increasing the value of the property and beautifying the location. .Active in Longmont Ministerial association, the pastor also took part in union services and has been an associate member of the Gideons organization.. He reports the church here now is an active and growing organization. Friends today expressed regret over the Barnhart's having to move to another field. Their work in Colorado Springs will be much the same kind as they have been able to accomplish while in Longmont. Rev. Barnhart will begin his duties next week at the new assignment at Trinity Church, Thirtieth and Pikes Peak Avenue, Colorado Springs. He will hold concluding services in the Longmont church Sunday at 11:00 am.

Per obit Denver Post, May 8, 1962 page 13: Services were Tuesday at the Chapel of the Chimes for the Rev. Otto S. Barnhart, 75, of 4215 Zuni Street who died Friday in St. Anthony's Hospital. Burial was in Crown Hill. The Rev. Mr. Barnhart, a Evangelical United Brethren Church minister, was born Sept 29, 1886 in Syracuse, Ohio. He attended Ohio schools and was married to Rosena F. Tiffany in 1905. They came to Colorado in 1911, settling in Pueblo where Barnhart worked in the steel mills. The later moved to Akron, Colorado, he serving as minister to congregations in Colorado, Wyoming, and New Mexico. They came to Denver from Akron, Colorado 28 years ago. The Rev. Mr. Barnhart was a member of Central Evangelical United Brethren Church here. Mrs. Barnhart died earlier this year. Surviving are a son Carl F. and a daughter Mrs. Elsie Moore, both of Denver; a brother Joe E., Somerset, Ohio, four grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. 
Rev. Otto Statten Barnhart
 
697 1860 Jackson Co, VA census; age 8, Thomas is living with his parents.
1870 Meigs Co, OH census; age 18, Thomas is working as a laborer in the home of a brickmason.
Meigs Co, is just across the Ohio river from Jackson County and there was much traffic back and forth. 
Thomas J. Barnhart
 
698 Valentine is not on the 1860 census as is assumed deceased. Valentine Barnhart
 
699 1910 Census Dist 1289, Queens Ward 3, Queens Co., New York
Barrett, Daisy J. head F W 31 Wd 10 4ch;4lvg NY NY NY broker
Barrett, Joseph R. son M W 9 S NY NY NY
*Barrett, Harold son M W 4 9/12 S NY NY NY
Barrett, Bertram son M W 2 S NY NY NY
Barrett, Lucy S. dau F W 9/12 S NY NY NY
plus 5 Lodgers, all single and recent immigrants

1920 Census Dist 219, Queens Assembly Dist 4, Queens Co., New York
Barrett, Daisy J. head O M F W 41 Wd NY NY NY
Barrett, Joseph R. son M W 19 S NY NY NY
*Barrett, Harold B. son M W 14 S NY NY NY
Barrett, Bertram J. son M W 12 S NY NY NY
Barrett, Lucy S. dau F W 10 S NY NY NY
Pivors, Annie servant F W 43 S Lithuania Lithuania Lithuania

1930 Census Dist 1092, Queens (Dist 1001-1250), Queens Co., New York
*Barrett, Harold B. head rents M W 24 M 24 NY NY NY real estate salesman
Barrett, Eleanor R. wife F W 23 M 23 NY USA USA (married within the year) 
Harold B. Barrett
 
700 According to Jody Dillard:

Guy Barron
1882-1957

Remembrances from son, Neal Barron:

Some mountain hillbillies lived up in the cedar brakes in the area now owned by Fort Hood, south of the Cow House Creek and northwest of Nolan Valley: Their chief spokes person was Gordy Drake: One day he came down the county road by our lane and turned in and drove up to the barn where Guy was tending the stock. He had a wagon with lower (1x12) cotton frames on the wagon and it was full of pumpkins. After the usual 'good mornins', Gordy finally got around to stating his business: "I was on my way to Belton to sell these here punkins", he said "but I got to thinkin', Mr. Barron. I'll tell ya what, I'll swap ya this here load o' punkins and my ole woman fer your ole woman even."

It didn't take daddy long to laugh him away and let him know in no uncertain terms that's not the way Guy Barron does business.
Gordy's parting gesture was, as he turned the wagon and team around, "Just thought I'd make the offer and maybe save me a trip ta town."

Guy and Katie would get into a heated discussion at times (I neve rheard them have a Fuss) and Guy would make her laugh by saying:.."Remember, I could have swapped you for a load of punkins once!" Katie would throw a corn cob at Guy and every thing was "even" once again. 
Guy Barron
 
701 Comment copied from his Find-a-Grave memorial page:
"Son of Andrew Jackson Barry & Portia Hopkins Stribling" 
Armistead Mason Barry
 
702 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gamaliel_Bartlett

"Gamaliel Bartlett (November 27, 1796 – November 10, 1859)

His parentage unproven, Gamaliel Bartlett is believed to have been born in Massachusetts and married (October 20, 1818, at New Lebanon, New York) at the age of 21 to Mary A. Parmelee who was born about 1790 in Massachusetts. Three of their five children died young, viz., Samuel (April 24, 1824 - May 6, 1825), Emma (April 7, 1826-May 9, 1826), and Laura Mariah (August 16, 1834-December 23, 1834). These three children were born and died at Sussex County in the town of Stanhope, New Jersey.

The first of their two children who lived to maturity was Jane Mariah who was born at Monroe, New York (formerly known as Monroe Works) in the county of Orange, on December 4, 1819. She married (October 20, 1840 at Succasunna, Morris, New Jersey) William A. Jackson (1817-1895) and she died on February 15, 1865 at the Centerville Section of Livingston Township, Essex, New Jersey. This couple had one child, Laura Maria (1843-1901) who married (April 30, 1862 at Centerville (now Roseland), Livingston, Essex, New Jersey) William H. Griffith (1839-1901). There were no offspring." 
Gamaliel Bartlett
 
703 1870 United States Federal Census, Missouri, Stoddard Co., Castor
Post Office: Bloomfield
Peter White 42 TN
Sarah White 37 TN
Nathaniel White 16 MO
Clarrinda White 14 MO
Jas W White 13 MO
Wm White 12 MO
Milton White 10 MO
Nelson White 9 MO
Margaret White 7 MO
Henry White 3 MO
Mary Underhill 14 TN
Louisa Underhill 12 TN
Susan Underhill 5 MO 
Sarah Ann Bartlett
 
704 The following info contributed by Maureen Briscoe:

CENSUS: 1900 Texas, Ellis County, Justice Precinct 3, E.D. 23, page 11B
T623_1530
dwelling 196 family 203, taken 28 June 1900
BARTON, Allen, head, W M, Jan 1876, (23), single TX LA VA, Farmer
Claud T., brother, W M., Oct 1878, (21), single, TX LA VA, Farmer
David O., brother, W M, Nov 1880, (19), single, TX LA VA, Farm Labor

CENSUS: 1910 Oklahoma, Pottawatomie County, Brenton, Precinct 1, E.D. 198, Page 6B
Film T624_1271 Image 201
dwelling 84 family 85, taken 25 April 1910 by Bernhard Bollman
BARTON, Alvin, Head, M W, (33), 1st marriage-5 years, TX LA WVa, Farmer-general farm
Orphia, wife, F W, (26), 2 children 2 living, IA US US
Rebba, daughter, F W, (3), OK TX IA
Eugene, son, M W, (1 8/12), OK TX IA
NOTE: Living down the road from his brother, Cloud, and his wife.

WORLD WAR I REGISTRATION CARD
Serial Number 1672 Order Number A-1752 Stamped 35-3-9-C
Alvin Barton
Permanenet Address: R 2 Tecumseh, Okla.
Age in years: 42
Date of Birth: July 13, 1876
White, Native Born
Present Occupation: Farming for Self at R 2 Tecumseh, Okla.
Neearest Relative: Leule Barton of R 2 Tecumseh, Okla.
Signed: Alvin Barton
REGISTRAR'S REPORT
Applicant is tall, of medium build
Signed: Ralph H. Ketcfries
Local Board, County of Cleveland, State of Oklahoma, Norman, Okla.

CENSUS: 1920 Oklahoma, Cleveland County, Little River, E.D. 9, Page 4B
FILM T625_1456 Image 839
dwelling 70 family 70, taken 18-19, February 1920, by John Studhohne
BARTON, Alvin, head, M W, (44), TX TX US, Farmer-general farm
Ortha E., wife, F W, (33), OH OH OH
Reta, daughter, F W, (13), OK TX OH
Jean, son, M W, (11), OK TX OH
Sam L., son, M W, (9), OK TX OH
Clara, daughter, F W, (6), OK TX OH
Hazel, daughter, F W, (4), OK TX OH
Mabel, daughter, F W, (8/12), OK TX OH

CENSUS: 1930 Oklahoma, Pottawatomie County, Rock Creek, E.D. 57, Page 9B
Roll 1929 Image 96.0
dwelling 196 family 197, taken April 18, 1930 by Thomas H. Miller
BARTON, Orpha, Head, owns, F W, (47), widow, IA IA IA
Clara, daughter, F W, (16), OK TX IA
Hazel, daughter, F W, (14), OK TX IA
Mabel, daughter, F W, (11), OK TX IA
Alvin, son, M W, (7), OK TX IA
AUSTIN, Reba, daughter, F W, (23), married at 18, OK TX IA
Calvin, grandson, M W, (2 8/12), OK OK OK
Jackie, grandson, M W, (11/12), OK OK OK 
Alvin Leslie Barton
 
705 The following info contributed by Maureen Briscoe:

CENSUS: 1910 Oklahoma, Pottawatomie County, Brenton, Precinct 1, E.D. 198, Page 6B
Film T624_1271 Image 201
dwelling 82 family 83, taken 25 April 1910 by Bernhard Bollman
BARTON, Cloud, Head, M W, (31), 1st marriage-1 year, TX US WVa, Farmer-general farm
Rose, wife, F W, (25), AZ ENGLAND AZ
NOTE: Living down the road from his brother, Alvin, and family

CENSUS: 1920 Oklahoma, Pottawatomie County, Brinton, E.D. 272, Page 1A, Stamped 91
Film T625_1485 Image 184
dwelling 6 family 6, taken 22 january, 1920, by Levallin chancellor
BARTON, Claud T., head, owns, M W, (39), TX LA VA, Farmer-general farm
Rose, wife, F W, (35), AZ CA MEXICO
William, son, M W, (9), OK TX AZ
Woodie, son, M W, (6), OK TX AZ
Lara, daughter, F W, (3 8/12), OK TX AZ
C T, son, M W, (1 4/12), OK TX AZ

CENSUS: 1930 Oklahoma, Pottawatomie County, Brinton, E.D. 12, Page 2B
roll 1928 Image 171.0
dwelling 36 family 37, taken Aptril 7, 1930 by Sallie Gerelds
BARTON, Claud T., head, owns, M W, (51), married at 30, TX US US, farmer-general farm
Rosa, wife, F W, (45), married at 24, AZ CA AZ
William, son, M W, (19), OK TX AZ
Woodrow, son, M W, (17), OK TX AZ
Laura, daughter, F W, (13), OK TX AZ
C T, son, M W, (11), OK TX AZ
Mary A., daughter, F W, (8), OK TX AZ
Ava M., daughter, F W, (7), OK TX AZ
Fay, daughter, F W, (1 6/12), OK TX AZ 
Cloud T. Barton
 
706 The following info contributed by Maureen Briscoe:

CENSUS: 1910 Oklahoma, Pottawatomie County, Brinton, E.D. 200, Page 1B
Film T624_1271 Image 259
dwelling 17 family 17, taken 16 & 18, April, 1910 by Thurman A. Ogee
BARTON, David O., Head, M W, (29), 1st marriage-4 years, TX TX TX, Farmer-general farm
Eula, wife, F W, (22), 1 child 1 living, TX MS MS
Ruby, daughter, F W, (1), OK TX TX

WORLD WAR I REGISTRATION CARD
Serial Number: 886 Ordre Number: 1248 Stamped: 35-3-35-C
David Olden Barton
Permanent Adddress: 6 Shawnee, Pott., Okla.
Age in Years: 37
Date of Birth: Nov. 22, 1880
White, Native Born
Present Occupation: Farming at 6 shawnee, Pott., Okla.
Nearest Relative: Eula Jane Barton of 6 Shawnee, Pott., Okla.
Signed: David Olden Barton
REGISTRAR'S REPORT
Applicant is of medium Height and build, with blue eyes and black hair
Signed: J.C. Barnes
Sept 12th, 1918
Local Board for the County Pottawatomie, State of Oklahoma, Shawnee, Okla.

CENSUS: 1920 Pottawatomie County, Brinton, Precinct 4, E.D. 272, Page 4A, Stamped 91
Film T625_1485 Image 190
dwelling 63 family 65, taken 10th February 1920, by Lewallen Chancellor
BARTON, David O., Head, M W, (39), TN TN TN, Farmer-general farm
Ulah Jane, wife, F W, (32), TX TN MS
Ruby, daughter, F W, (11), OK TN TX
David, son, M W, (9), OK TN TX
Donald, son, M W, (7), OK TN TX
Estlene, daughter, F W, (4), OK TN TX
Berna, daughter, F W, (10/12), OK TN TX

CENSUS: 1930 Oklahoma, Pottawatomie County, Davis, E.D. 56, Page 7A, Stamped 127
Roll 1928 Image 256.0
dwelling 141 family 143, taken April 10, 1930 by Thomas E. Stearns
BARTON, David O., Head, Rents, M W, (49), married at 25, TX US US, Policeman-police
Ela J., wife, F W, (41), married at 18, TX TN MS
Ruby T., daughter, F W, (21), OK TX TX, Nurse (child)-nursing
David K., son, M W, (19), OK TX TX, dairyman-dairy
Estelene E., daughter, F W, (14), OK TX TX
Verna L., daughter, F W, (10), OK TX TX
Nelda, daughter, F W, (9), OK TX TX
Bobbie, daughter, F W, (7), OK TX TX
Bettie J., daughter, F W, (5), OK TX TX 
David Olden Barton
 
707 The following info contributed by Maureen Briscoe:

BIRTH/DEATH/MARRIAGE dates taken from MILTON EARL MOELLER-GLENDA BOWERMAN FAMILY TREE (found on-line at Ancestry.com on April 9, 2009), unless otherwise indicated. 
Samuel Levison Barton
 
708 In the 1870 Census Pickneyville, Gwinnett Co., Georgia Jane Jackson Kicker's husband has legally changed his name to Bartow, his mother's maiden name as per Grady Langley. Albert Bartow
 
709 1870 Census Union, St. Joseph Co., Indiana
Jackson, Hiram 36 M W Farming 8000. 618. OH
Jackson, Matilda 34 F W Keeping house OH
Bosscum, Sarah 28 F W domestic Servt OH
Bosscum, Edward 5 M W IN
Jackson, Elizabeth 69 F W no occupation PA

1880 Census South Bend, St. Joseph Co., Indiana
Jackson, Hiram E. W M 47 married Bookkeeper OH PA PA
Jackson, Matilda W F 44 Wife married Keeping house OH PA OH
Bascom, Sarah W F 38 sister Wd at home OH PA PA
Bascom, Edmond J. W M 15 nephew S at home (both legs off) IN NY OH
Huff, Anthony A. W M 17 adopted son S at school IN IN MI 
Edward J. Bascom
 
710 Enumerated 1880 Lewis Co.
Children:
Mary Augustine Lutz b. abt. 1879
Harry Lutz prob. aft. 1880
After Ada died the children were abandoned by their father Eugene.(according to Benjamin B. Bassel Sr's will. 
Ada Bird Bassel
 
711 The following info contributed by Maureen Briscoe:

CENSUS: 1930 Texas, Bell County, Belton, Justice Precinct 1, Ward 1, E.D. 1, Page 6A, Stamped 6
Roll 2290 Image 597.0
dwelling 127 family 139, living on Main Street, taken April 9, 1930 by George B. Cavanaugh
BROWN, Harry, Head, owns-$10.000, M W, (35), 1st married at 31, MS ENGLAND TX, electrician
Allene B., wife, F W, (35), 1st married at 30, TX West VA NC
BLANTON, Bassel N., nephew-in-law, M W, (15), KS TX TX

NEW ORLEANS PASSENGER LISTS, 1820-1945
Roll T905_152
Allene Bassel Brown and her nephew, Bassel Blanton, are on the List of U.S. Citizens travelling on the S.S. Baja California from Bluefields, Nicaraguaon June 23, 1934, arriving in New Orleans, Louisiana, on June 29, 1934.
Bassel is listed as being 19 years 7 months old, male, and single. He was a United States citizen, born October 26, 1914 in Coffeyville, Kansas, and returning to their home at 410 North main, Belton, Texas.
Allen Bassel Brown is listed as a 40 year 2 month old female, married. She is a U.S. citizen, born April 9, 1896 in Belton, Texas, and heading home to 410 North Main, Belton, Texas.
I don't know what they were doing in Nicaragua, but on the previous page of the manifest, there is a Mrs. W.E. Wells, who is moving back from Nicaragua who will be living "the rest of her life" in Belton, Texas. Perhaps she was a relative or a friend of the family.

INFORMATION TAKEN FROM TEXAS DEATH CERTIFICATE #12067
Allene Bassel Brown died March 6, 1959,of myocardial failure, due to anterior myocardial infarction in Scott & White Hospital, Temple, Bell County, Texas. She was 62 years 10 months 27 days of age. She and her husband resided at 410 No. Main, Belton. She was a housewife. Allene was born April 9, 1896 in Belton, Texas, to John Devers Bassel and Sarah Jane Messer Bassel. Funeral arrangements were under the direction of Edward Pace. Removal and burial was March 7, 1959, in North Belton Cemetery in Belton. W.H. Brown Jr. provided the information.

Name: Allene Bassel Brown
Death date: 06 Mar 1959
Death place: Temple, Bell, Texas
Gender: Female
Race or color (on document): White
Age at death: 62 years 10 months 27 days
Estimated birth year:
Birth date: 09 Apr 1896
Birth place: Belton, Texas
Marital status: Married
Spouse name:
Father name: John Devers Bassel
Father birth place:
Mother name: Sarah Jane Messer
Mother birth place:
Occupation: Housewife
Residence: Belton, Bell, Texas
Cemetery name: North Belton Cemetery
Burial place: Belton, Texas
Burial date: 07 Mar 1959
Additional relatives: X
Film number: 2115875
Digital GS number: 4166793
Image number: 2131
Reference number: cn 12067
Collection: Texas Deaths, 1890-1976 
Allene Bassel
 
712 1900 Census, Grant, Harrison Co, WV
Alvin Bassel head W M July 1866 33 M 10 WV WV WV
Minnie wife W F May 1865 35 M 10 WV WV WV
Maggie Dau W F Aug 1891 8 S WV WV WV

Research by Paula Mellor:
Lolita A. Guthrie, Family Stories & Bible Records of Central West Virginia Extracts from Clarksburg Exponent Telegram Oct. 1932 - Feb. 1933 Vol. 2, (Hacker's Creek Pioneer Descendants), Pg. 62
Quote:
" Alvin D. Bassel first married Miss Minnie Squires, a daughter of Daniel Stephen and Elizabeth McLaughlin Squires of Sutton. They were the parents of a daughter Margaret, who became the wife of Harvey Weekley. She and her husband and their two children live at Canton, O. After the death of Mrs. Bassel, her husband remarried Mrs. Mollie V. Post, who parents, Weekley's, lived at Buckhannon. Mr. Bassel and Mrs. Bassel live at the old homestead in Lost Creek" Unquote (That's Edward's home farm!!!!)

So Alvin Bassel and Mary Mollie were living on Edward's old farm sometime after 1900. Perhaps Alvin lived there earlier than that but further research is needed to determine that. 
Alvin Davis Bassel
 
713 1910 Census 0033, Grant Dist., Harrison Co. West Virginia
Bassel, Jefferson D. Head M W 49 M1 22yrs WV WV WV
Bassel, Myrtle B. wife F W 43 M1 22yrs 10ch/10 lvg VA VA VA
Bassel, Jefferson G. son M W 19 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Henry W. son M W 17 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Ethel dau F W 14 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Esther dau F W 14 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Ida M. dau F W 12 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Benton son M W 10 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Alvin J. son M W 7 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Stephen L. son M W 5 WV WV VA
Bassel, Florence Va. D F W 3 WV WV VA

1920 Census Dist 77, Grant, Harrison Co., West Virginia
Bassel, Jefferson D. Head M W 59 Wd WV WV WV Farmer
Bassel, Ethel dau F W 24 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Benjamin son M W 19 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Alvin son M W 17 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Stephen son M W 15 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Virginia dau F W 13 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Isaac son M W 9 S WV WV VA
Workman, Arthur C. son-in-law M W 31 M WV WV WV Attorney
Workman, Esther dau F W 24 M WV WV VA 
Alvin J. Bassel
 
714 The following info contributed by Maureen Briscoe:

WORLD WAR I REGISTRATION CARD
No 178 No. 88 Stamped 42-1-6-A
Andrew Jackson Bassel
Age in Years: 25
Home address: North Beal, Belton, Texas
Date of Birth: Sept 27, 1891
natural Born
Place of Birth: Penetton?, Texas, U.S.A.
U.S. Citizen
Present Occupation: Banker for Fonnier State Bank triple?
Single, caucasian
No dependents or prior military experience
Signed: Andrew Jackson Bassel
REGISTRAR'S REPORT
Applicant is tall and slender, with gray eyes and brown hair
Signed: Jos. A. Ferguson
Precinct 2, Belton City, Texas
June 5, 1917

INFORMATION TAKEN FROM THE TEXAS DEATH CERTIFICATE
Andrew Jackson Bassel, age 82, died at Rolling Brooke Hospital in Lampsas, Lampasas County, Texas, on June 10, 1974 from cerebral hemorrhage. He had lived in Lampasas for 50 years. He and his wife were residing at 501 N. Broad Street at the time of his death. He had worked in the food processing industry for Lampasas Locker Co. He had served his country during World War I. SSN 467-48-1665. Andrew was born September 27, 1891 in Bell County, Texas, to Jane Messer and John Bassel. Briggs-Gakel Funeral Home, Inc. handled the funeral. Burial was June 12, 1974, in Oak Hill Cemetery in Lampasas. Paul Lang provided the information.

Name: Andew Jackson Bassel
Death date: 10 Jun 1974
Death place: Lampasas, Texas
Gender: Male
Race or color (on document):
Age at death: 82 years
Estimated birth year:
Birth date: 27 Sep 1891
Birth place: Bell County, Texas
Marital status:
Spouse name:
Father name: John Bassel
Father birth place:
Mother name: Jane Messer
Mother birth place:
Occupation:
Residence:
Cemetery name: Oak Hill
Burial place: Lampasas, Texas
Burial date: 12 Jun 1974
Additional relatives:
Film number: 2243248
Digital GS number: 4170159
Image number: 2365
Reference number: 51991
Collection: Texas Deaths, 1890-1976 
Andrew Jackson Bassel
 
715 From Linn Baiker: "Benjamin Bassell came to what is now WV as a Yankee peddler and liked it so much he decided to stay."

For a sketch of the family burial plot, see Conflicting Data page, Chapter Three. 
Benjamin Bassel, Sr.
 
716 Transcribed and Contributed by Linn Baiker:
Obituary of Benjamin Bassel
Originally published in The Buckhannon Delta and Knight Errant
Thurs Aug 29, 1907

Benjamin Bassel, youngest son of the late Benjamin and Elizabeth Ann Bassel, was born near Buckhannon, W. Va. in the year 1866, and died Aug 9, 1907, at the home of his father-in-law, the Hon Thomas J Farnsworth, in Buckhannon, W. Va.

His death was the untimely consummation of pulmonary troubles that had for a number of years depleted his strength, and driven him from his native state to seek the benefits of other climates, in his fight for life.

Benjamin Bassel was a descendant of two of the leading families of W. Va. His father was a lawyer, but had many years ago retired in vigorous manhood to agriculture and grazing, and built up a large landed estate, where this son was born and reared. But he had a student’s bent of mind, and was given every advantage possible to pursue it.

He graduated at an early age at the Normal and Classical Academy of Buckhannon, W. Va., and at the University of Virginia at Charlottesville. Immediately after he took his degree in the law in that famous institution, returned to his native county of Upshur, passed the necessary examinations and was admitted to the practice of law, but owing to the fact that his father was growing too old to give attention to his estates he prevailed upon the son to take charge of affairs, which he did most successfully.

During these intervening years not losing sight of his desired course of life, he took the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Obelin (sic) University of Westerville, Ohio. After his father’s death and upon the advice of physicians, he went to the state of Colorado where he again turned his attention to the law. He was admitted to the Denver Bar.

He was most happily married Dec 21, 1899, to Miss Maude Carper Farnsworth, youngest daughter of the Hon Thomas J and Mary E Farnsworth of Buckhannon.

The funeral services were conducted at the home of his father-in-law, Senator Farnsworth, by Rev S D Tamblyn, his friend of old, assisted by Rev F S Townsend of the M E Church. He was buried in the family graveyard upon the old homestead, attended by a large concourse of sorrowing friends.

By William S. O’Brien

Transcribed from Upshur County, West Virginia Obituaries and News Items 1902-1911, Volume 2, p. 100; compiled by Lemoyne Wolfe and Karon King; 1977 Wedgewood Printing and Publishing Co, Fork Union, Virginia 23055 
Benjamin Bassel, III
 
717 Will of Benjamin Bassel found at http://www.eg.bucknell.edu/~hyde/jackson/WillBenjaminBasselSr.html Benjamin Bassel, Jr.
 
718 The following information was contributed by Maureen Briscoe:

CENSUS: 1900 Texas, Erath County, Stephenville City, E.D. 66, Page 15A, Stamped 74
T623_1631
dwelling 288 family 292, taken 22nd June 1900 by Eugene Moon
BASSELL Benj., Head, W M, Sep 1874, (25), married 1 year, TX VA GA, Implement merchant
Gertrude L., wife, F W, Nov 1878, (21), TX IN TX
STRAUGHAN (or STRINGHAM), Lanham, brother-in-law, M W, Jan 1887, (13), single, TX IN TX, at school
BELL, Lucy, servant, B F, Mar 1876, (24), single TX TN TN

CENSUS: 1910 Texas, Erath County, Voter Precinct No. 27, Stephenville Town, Ward 1, E.D. 17, Sheet 26A Stamped 26
T624_1550 Image 606
dwelling 653 family 565, taken 19 May 1910 by W R McClellan
BASSEL, Benjamin B., Head, M W, (35), 1st marriage-10 years, TX VA GA, cotton buyer
Gertrude, wife, F W, (31), 3 children 3 living, TX IN TX
Mary L., daughter, F W, (9), TX TX TX
Jack B., son, M W, (9), TX TX TX
Elizabeth D., daughter, F W, (6), TX TX TX

WORLD WAR I REGISTRATION CARD
Serial No.: 1058 Order No.:1094, Stamped: 42-4-35-C
Benjamin Bassel
Permanent Address: Stephenville, Erath, Texas
Age in Years: 42
Date of Birth: September 16, 1874
White, Native Born
Present Occupation: Cotton Buyer in Stephenville, Erath, Texas
Nearest Relative: Gertrude Bassel of Stephenville, Erath, Texas
Signed: Ben Bassel
REGISTRAR'S REPORT
Applicant is tall, of medium build, with blue eyes and light hair
Signed; L.F. Burleson
Sept 12, 1918
Local Board Erath County, Stephenville, Texas

CENSUS: 1920 Texas, Erath County, Stephenville, Precinct 1, E.D. 5, Page 4A, Stamped 50
T625_1801, Image 100
dwelling 68 family 73, taken 7 Jan 1920 by Mrs. Della E. Bostick
BASSEL, Benjamin, Head, owns, WM W, (45), married, TX VA GA, buyer-cotton
Gertrude, wife, F W, (40), TXIN TX
Mary G., daughter, F W, (19), single, TX TX TX
Jack, son, M W, (17), TX TX TX
Elizabeth, daughter, F W, (16), TX TX TX

INFORMATION TAKEN FROM TEXAS DEATH CERTIFICATE
Ben J. Bassel was the son of Ben J. Bassel and Elizabeth Davenport, both of Georgia. He was born in Texas on September 16, 1874. He had been working as a cotton buyer at the time of his death on July 26, 1922, in Stephenville, Erath County, Texas, where he and his wife lived. He was 46 years 10 months 10 days old. Ben died from "starvation because of inability to swallow and assimulate food and drink - caused by slowly progressive paraylsis" the cause was unknown. Dr. S.D. Naylor treated Ben from May 17, 1922 until the time of his death. He was buried July 26, 1922 in West End Cemetery in Stephenville. B.I. Trivetl, undertaker, handled the arrangements. Ben's brother, Reid Bassell, also of Stephenville, provided the information.

Name: Ben J Bassel
Death date: 26 Jul 1922
Death place: Stephenville, Erath, Texas
Gender: Male
Race or color (on document): white
Age at death: 46 years 10 months 10 days
Estimated birth year:
Birth date: 16 Sep 1874
Birth place: Texas
Marital status: Married
Spouse name:
Father name: Ben J Bassel
Father birth place: Ga.
Mother name: Elizabeth Dovenport
Mother birth place: Ga.
Occupation: Cotton Buyer
Residence:
Cemetery name: West End Cem.
Burial place:
Burial date: 26 Jul 1922
Additional relatives: X
Film number: 2074633
Digital GS number: 4166808
Image number: 858
Reference number: cn 20334
Collection: Texas Deaths, 1890-1976 
Benjamin J. Bassel
 
719 The following information was contributed by Maureen Briscoe:

From the book, A MEMORIAL AND BIOGRAPHICAL HISTORY OF McLENNAN, FALLS, BELL AND CORYELL COUNTIES, TEXAS: Chicago: Lewis Pub. Co., 1893, Page 869
"Benjamin, who served through the war, was captured at Arkansas Post, remained a prisoner nine months, was wounded at Missionary Ridge, and after the war settled in Erath county, where he died about 1880."

U.S. Civil War Soldiers, 1861-1865
Name: Benjamin Bassel
Side: Confederate
Regiment State/Origin: Texas
Regiment Name: 10 Texas Infantry
Regiment Name Expanded: 10th Regiment, Texas Infantry (Nelson's)
COMPANY: H,K
Rank In: Private
Rank In Expanded: Private
Rank Out: Private
Rank Out Expanded: Private
Film Number: M227 roll 2

American Civil War Soldiers
Name: Benjamin Bassel
Side Served: Confederacy
State Served: Texas
Service Record: Enlisted as a Private. Enlisted in Company H, 10th Infantry Regiment Texas

CENSUS: 1870 Texas, Coryell County, Precinct 5, P.O. Ranis Creek, Page 5 & 6, Stamped: 312
M593-1581 Image 104
dwelling 36 family 35, taken 26 September, 1870
BASEL, Benjamin, (31), M W, Farmer, 2500 300, VA
Elizabeth, (32), F W, Keeping house, GA
Anna, (5), F W, TX
William, (3), M W, TX
FOX, Lucy, (17), F W, VA

CENSUS: 1880 Texas, Erath County, Stephenville, District: 3rd, Page 19C, Stamped 128
dwelling 75 family 75
RASSEL, Ben, W M, (40), Miller, VA VA VA
E.B., W F, (442), wife, keeping house, GA GA GA
A.M., W F, (14), daughter, at home, TX VA GA
William, W M, (13), son, at home, TX VA GA
Charles, W M, (5), son, TX VA GA
L.R.B., W M, (1), son, TX VA GA
Sources: 425 
Benjamin J. Bassel
 
720 The following info contributed by Maureen Briscoe:

CENSUS: 1930 Texas, Hale County, Plainview, Justice Precinct 1, E.D. 2, page 37A, Stamped 63
Roll 2339 Image 774.0
taken April 24, 1930, by Mrs. Elizabeth Klinger
BASSELL, Bibb, Head, M W, (46), married, TX TX TX, Farmer
Minnie, wife, F W, (45), married, TX TX TX
POWELL, Eula, roomer, F W, (25), single, TX TX TX, waitress
McMATH, Eula, roomer, M W, (27), single, TX MS MS, Lawyer
COX, Ruth, Niece, F W, (15), single, TX IL IN

Name: Bibb R Bassel
Titles:
Gender: Male
Marital status: Single
Death date: 01 Jan 1974
Death county: Hale
Death place: Hale, Texas, United States
Collection: Texas Death Index 1964-1998 
Bibb Russell Bassel
 
721 ALT date of death from Maureen Briscoe is 8 Jan 1889. Her source unknown.

The following information was contributed by Maureen Briscoe:

CENSUS: 1850 Virginia, Harrison County, District 22, Page 200
M432_950, Image 403
dwelling 436 family 436, taken 26th July, 1850 by Geo. Kayen
BASSEL, Byran J., (38), Male, Farmer, 15200, VA
Susannah, (38), Female, VA
Andrew, (15), Male, VA
Benjamin, (11), Male, school, VA
Susannah, (8), Female, school, VA
Martha, (6), Female, school, VA
John, (2), Male, VA
Byran, (1), Male, VA
BARTON, WIlliam, (44), Male, Laborer, VA

CENSUS: 1860 Texas, Coryell County, P.O. Station Creek, page 31, page 279
M653-1292, Image 32
dwelling 217 family 217, taken 13th July 1860
RUSSELL, B.J., (47), Male, Farmer 250 200, VA (Byron Bassel)
Susanna, (46), Female, VA
Benjamin, (21), Male, Farm Laborer, VA
Susanna, (17), Female, VA
John, (12), Male, VA
Byron S., (10), Male, VA
Rebecca I., (7), Female, VA
David, (5), Male, VA
JACKSON, E.S., (23), Male, Herdsman, VA (Stephen Edward Jackson; noted in Jackson Ledger that he was with Byron and was killed in Texas.)

CENSUS: 1870 Texas, Bell County, Beat 2, Post Office Hontera, Page 9, Stamped: 19
M593_1575, Image 37
dwelling 59 family 67, taken 22 Jan 1870 by S.R. Christian
BASSEL, B. I., (58), M W, Farmer, 3575 1500, VA
Sasanah, (58), F W, Keeping house, VA
John, (22), M W, farming, VA
Byrome, (20), M W, student, 10/12 at school, VA
Rebecca, (16), F W, 10/12 at school, VA
David, (14), M W, at home, VA
WHEELER, M.M, (25), F W, VA
Leona, (10), F W, VA
Charley, (8), M W, TX

CENSUS: 1880 Texas, Bell County, Precinct 6, E.D. 6, Page 23, Stamped 411C
T9_1290, FHF 1255290, Page 411.3000
dwelling 194 family 198, taken 12th June 1880 by John W. Turner
BASSEL, Byron J., W M, (68), Farmer, VA CON NJ
Susanna, W F, (68), wife, Keeping house, BA BA BA
John D., W F, (32), son, farmer, VA VA VA
HUDGENS, Sarah, W F, (47), housekeeper, ARK
FARLEY, James, W F, (26), hirleing works on farm, ALA
dwelling 195 family 196
BASSEL, Byron S., M W, (30), farmer, VA VA VA
Sarah E., W F, (24), wife, keeping house, TX TN TN
Robert C., W M, (3), son, TX VA TX
Byron J., W M, (1), son, TX VA TX

U.S. Civil War Soldiers, 1861-1865
Name: Byron J. Bassel
Side: Confederate
Regiment State/Origin: Texas
Regiment Name: 10 Texas Infantry
Regiment Name Expanded: 10th Regiment, Texas Infantry (Nelson's)
COMPANY: H,K
Rank In: First Sergeant
Rank In Expanded: First Sergeant
Rank Out: Captain
Rank Out Expanded: Captain
Film Number: M227 roll 2

American Civil War Soldiers
Name: Byron Bassel
Side Served: Confederacy
State Served: Texas
Service Record: Enlisted as a Captain. Commission in Company H, 10th Infantry Regiment Texas
Sources: 425 
Captain Byron Jackson Bassel
 
722 The following info contributed by Maureen Briscoe:

WORLD WAR I REGISTRATION CARD
Serial No. 995 Order No. J-47 Stamped: 35-3-17-C
Byron J. Bassel
Permanent Address: McQueen, Harmon, Okla.
Age in Years: 40
Date of Birth: August 21, 1878
White, Native Born
Present Occupation: Farming
Nearest Relative: Essie B. Bassel, wife, of McQueen, Harmon, Okla.
Signed: Byron J. Bassel
REGISTRAR'S REPORT
Applicant is of medium height and build, woth black eyes and black hair.
Signed Thomas M. Depain
Sept. 12, 1918
Local Board for ______ County, Hollis, Oklahoma

CENSUS: 1930 Oklahoma, Harmon County, Looney, E.D. 11, Page 6A, Stamped: 221
Roll 1905 Image 971.0
BASSEL, Byron J., Head, owns, M W, (52), married at 24, TX VA TX, Farmer-general
Essie B., wife, F W, (48), married at 19, SC SC SC
Eleta B., daughter, (13), OK TX SC
Dorothy G., daughter,F W, (4), OK TX SC
Stone W., son, M W, (26, married at 21, OK TX SC, Barber
Gladys, daughter-in-law, F W, (25), married at 20, OK ARK ARK
Lyne A., grandson, M W, (6), OK OK OK
SWEAT, Henry R., boarder, (20), single, ARK ARK ARK, Laborer 
Byron Jackson Bassel
 
723 The following information was contributed by Maureen Briscoe:

CENSUS: 1880 Texas, Bell County, Justice Precinct 6, E.D. 6, Page 23, Stamped: 411C
T9-1290, FHF 1255290 Page 411.3000
dwelling 195 family 196, (living next to his parents), taken 12th June 1880
BASSEL, Byron S., W M, (30), Farmer, VA VA VA
Sarah E., W F, (24), wife, Keeping house, TX TN TN
Robert C., W M, (3), son, TX VA TX
Byron J., W M, (1), son, TX VA TX

CENSUS: 1900 Oklahoma, Greer County, Duke, E.D. 81, Page 9B
Duke Township (East part) Greer, Oklahoma Territory
T623_1337
dwelling 177 family 172, taken 21 June 1900 by levi S. welch
BASSEL, Byron S., Head, W M, Oct 1849, (50), married 24 years, WV VA VA
Sarah E., wife, W F, Feb 1856, (44), 8 children 8 living, TX TN TN
Byron J., son, W M, Aug 1878, (21), TX WVA TX, Farmer
Stephen P., son, W M, Jun 1880, (19), TX WVA TX, Laborer-Farm
Bibb R., son, W M, Dec 1883, (16), TX WVA TX
Minnie Alice, daughter, W F, May 1886, (14), TX WVA TX
Gurtie, daughter, W F, (Aug 1889, (10), TX WVA TX
178 dwelling 178 family
BASSEL, Robin, Head, W M, Apr 1877, (23), married 2 years, TX WVA TX, Farmer
Venie, Wife, W F, Nov 1881, (18), 0 children, ARK unk --
Willie G., brother, W M, June 1893, (6), single, TX WVA TX 
Byron Stout Bassel
 
724 1910 Census 0033, Grant Dist., Harrison Co. West Virginia
Bassel, Jefferson D. Head M W 49 M1 22yrs WV WV WV
Bassel, Myrtle B. wife F W 43 M1 22yrs 10ch/10 lvg VA VA VA
Bassel, Jefferson G. son M W 19 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Henry W. son M W 17 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Ethel dau F W 14 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Esther dau F W 14 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Ida M. dau F W 12 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Benton son M W 10 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Alvin J. son M W 7 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Stephen L. son M W 5 WV WV VA
Bassel, Florence Va. D F W 3 WV WV VA

1920 Census Dist 77, Grant, Harrison Co., West Virginia
Bassel, Jefferson D. Head M W 59 Wd WV WV WV Farmer
Bassel, Ethel dau F W 24 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Benjamin son M W 19 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Alvin son M W 17 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Stephen son M W 15 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Virginia dau F W 13 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Isaac son M W 9 S WV WV VA
Workman, Arthur C. son-in-law M W 31 M WV WV WV Attorney
Workman, Esther dau F W 24 M WV WV VA 
Carrie Ethel (twin) Bassel
 
725 1910 Census 0033, Grant Dist., Harrison Co. West Virginia
Bassel, Jefferson D. Head M W 49 M1 22yrs WV WV WV
Bassel, Myrtle B. wife F W 43 M1 22yrs 10ch/10 lvg VA VA VA
Bassel, Jefferson G. son M W 19 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Henry W. son M W 17 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Ethel dau F W 14 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Esther dau F W 14 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Ida M. dau F W 12 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Benton son M W 10 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Alvin J. son M W 7 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Stephen L. son M W 5 WV WV VA
Bassel, Florence Va. D F W 3 WV WV VA 
Clara Esther (twin) Bassel
 
726 1920 Census Dist 22, Glendale, Los Angeles Co., California
Bassell, Clifton R. head M W 40 married WV WV VA
Bassell, Annie C. wife F W 35 married CO England Wales
Bassell, Roswell C. son M W 7 single CO WV CO 
Clifton Roswell Bassel
 
727 1880 Census

Daniel BASSELSelf M Male W 50 WV Farmer CT WV
Louisa M. BASSEL Wife M Female W 42 WV Keeps House MA MA
Burn BASSEL Son S Male W 21 WV At School WV WV
Guy BASSEL Son S Male W 12 WV At Home WV WV
Mary M. BASSEL Dau S Female W 10 WV At Home WV WV
Amy G. BASSEL Dau S Female W 9M WV WV WV
Louisa B. BASSEL Dau S Female W 3 WV WV WV

Source Information:
Census Place Grant, Harrison, West Virginia

****

In the book, "A General History of the Burr Family in America: With a Genealogical Record from 1570 to 1878" his name is incorrectly listed as Basset. 
Daniel Bassel
 
728 The following info contributed by Maureen Briscoe:

CENSUS: 1910 Texas, Bell County, Belton, Ward 1, E.D. 3, Page 1B
Film T624_1530 Image 82
dwelling 14 family 14, taken 15 April 1910 byJames E. ramsey
WILSON, Frank W., Head, M W, (31), 1st marriage-1 year, TX MS MS, Salesman-hardware store
Edna A., wife, F W, (21), 1 child 1 living, TX VA TX
Alvin B., son, M W, (6/12), TX TX TX

CENSUS: 1920 Texas, Bell County, Belton, Precinct 1, E.D. 3, Page 2B
Film T625_1776 Image 56
dwelling 40 family 41, living on E. 12th Ave., taken 3rd January, 1920 by Wm. S. Hunter, Jr.
WILSON, Frank, Head, rents, M W, (40), TX MS MS, Salesman-insurance
Edna Alice, wife, F W, (31), TX VA SC
Bassel, son, M W, (11), TX TX TX
Frank, son, M W, (8), TX TX TX
Claude, son, M W, (7), TX TX TX
Edna May, daughter, F W, (5), TX TX TX
John Jeff, son, M W, (2 6/12), TX TX TX
Ralph, son, M W, (1 6/12), TX TX TX

CENSUS: 1930 Texas, Bell County, Temple, Precinct 5, E.D. 17, Page 9B
Roll 2291 Image 19.0
dwelling 218 family 237, living on North 1st, taken April 9, 1930 by Kathleen M. Sevier
WILSON, Frank W., Head, rents $40, M W, (49), maried at 29, TX MS MS, Manager-produce
Edna B., wife, F W, (41), married at 20, TX W va SC
Bassel, son, M W, (20Claude, son, M W, (17), TX TX TX
Edna N., daughter, F W, (15), TX TX TX
John J., son, M W, (12), TX TX TX
Ralph, son, M W, (11), TX TX TX
Milas Jane, daughter, F W, (8 2/12), TX TX TX

INFORMATION TAKEN FROM TEXAS DEATH CERTIFICATE #48606
Mrs. Edna Alice Wilson, of 618 N 1st, Temple, Bell County, Texas, died at home on November 18, 1938, of cerebral hemorrhage, with chronic nephritis contributing. She was 50 yeears 6 months and 11 days of age. The housewife was married to Frank W. Wilson. She was born May 7, 1888 in Belton [Bell County] Texas, to J.D. Bassel and Sarah Jane Messer, of Virgina and Texas, respectively. Her husband, Frank W. Wilson, of Temple, provided the information. Burial was November 20, 1938 in North Belton under the direction of T.S. Wright. P.M. Bassel [her brother], of Scott & Whtie Hospital in Temple, signed the death cerficate.

Name: Edna Alice Wilson
Death date: 18 Nov 1938
Death place: Temple, Bell, Texas
Gender: Female
Race or color (on document):
Age at death: 50 years 6 months 11 days
Estimated birth year: 1888
Birth date:
Birth place:
Marital status: Married
Spouse name: Frank W. Wilson
Father name: J. D. Bassel
Father birth place:
Mother name: Sarah Jane Messer
Mother birth place:
Occupation:
Residence:
Cemetery name:
Burial place:
Burial date:
Additional relatives:
Film number: 2117825
Digital GS number: 4030412
Image number: 351
Reference number: item 2 cn 48606
Collection: Texas Deaths, 1890-1976 
Edna Alice Bassel
 
729 An ALT d/o/d is given by Lynn Norton: 20 Aug 1894 at Good Hope, Harrison Co., WV. I did not find a death certificate on the WV Vitals site and have used the date given in the Jackson Ledger. I don't know which is correct. Elizabeth Ann Bassel
 
730 1910 Census Dist 0033, Grant Dist, Harrison Co., West Virginia
Carper, Abraham Head M W 63 M1 for 31yrs WV WV WV Famer - cattle dealer
Carper, Ella B. Wife M W 54 M1 for31yrs 2ch/2 lvg WV WV WV
Smith, Gerald N. son-in-law M W 37 M1 for6yrs WV WV WV Lumber dealer
Smith, Ida M. dau F W 28 M1for6yrs 2ch/2 lvg WV WV WV
Smith, Ella G. gr-dau F W 5 S WV WV WV
Smith, Abraham C. gr-son M W 1 5/12 S WV WV WV 
Ella Bassel
 
731 1910 Census 0033, Grant Dist., Harrison Co. West Virginia
Bassel, Jefferson D. Head M W 49 M1 22yrs WV WV WV
Bassel, Myrtle B. wife F W 43 M1 22yrs 10ch/10 lvg VA VA VA
Bassel, Jefferson G. son M W 19 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Henry W. son M W 17 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Ethel dau F W 14 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Esther dau F W 14 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Ida M. dau F W 12 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Benton son M W 10 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Alvin J. son M W 7 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Stephen L. son M W 5 WV WV VA
Bassel, Florence Va. D F W 3 WV WV VA

1920 Census Dist 77, Grant, Harrison Co., West Virginia
Bassel, Jefferson D. Head M W 59 Wd WV WV WV Farmer
Bassel, Ethel dau F W 24 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Benjamin son M W 19 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Alvin son M W 17 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Stephen son M W 15 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Virginia dau F W 13 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Isaac son M W 9 S WV WV VA
Workman, Arthur C. son-in-law M W 31 M WV WV WV Attorney
Workman, Esther dau F W 24 M WV WV VA 
Florence Virginia Bassel
 
732 1880 Harrison County, WV census:
Henry BASSEL Self M Male W 52 WV Farmer CT WV
Mary A. BASSEL Wife M Female W 44 WV Keeps House VA VA
Mary C. BASSEL Dau S Female W 24 WV At Home WV WV
Martha BASSEL Dau S Female W 24 WV At Home WV WV
Jefferson D. BASSEL Son S Male W 19 WV At Home WV WV
Stephen BASSEL Son S Male W 16 WV At Home WV WV
Henry BASSEL Son S Male W 11 WV WV WV
Ora Ella BASSEL Dau S Female W 4 WV WV WV
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Source Information:
Census Place Grant, Harrison, West Virginia
Family History Library Film 1255404
NA Film Number T9-1404
Page Number 299A 
Henry W. Bassel, Sr.
 
733 1910 Census 0033, Grant Dist., Harrison Co. West Virginia
Bassel, Jefferson D. Head M W 49 M1 22yrs WV WV WV
Bassel, Myrtle B. wife F W 43 M1 22yrs 10ch/10 lvg VA VA VA
Bassel, Jefferson G. son M W 19 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Henry W. son M W 17 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Ethel dau F W 14 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Esther dau F W 14 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Ida M. dau F W 12 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Benton son M W 10 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Alvin J. son M W 7 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Stephen L. son M W 5 WV WV VA
Bassel, Florence Va. D F W 3 WV WV VA 
Henry W. Bassel, Sr.
 
734 Jackson Ledger: Stephen Jackson & his wife Elizabeth Pomeroy are buried on what was, in 1887, Ida Bassel Fleming's farm.

More research is needed here because Ida was living in Parkersburg, Wood County, in 1900. Did they own the farm earlier and sell it; or was the Ledger in error saying Ida owned the farm where the burial grounds were??

Harrison County, WV Marriages 1785-1894, (Wes Cochran), Pg. 326
Fleming, Walter E 34 Jefferson; Braxton
Bassel, Ida 24 Harrison
Solomon & Sarah
David & Margaret
14 July 1887

1900 1-WD Parkersburg, Wood County, WV
Series: T623 Roll: 1776 Page: 130
taken 27 June 1900 Sheet 18B Line 91 811 339 382
Fleming Walter E head W M Oct 1852 47 married 13 yrs WV WV WV - - - Lumber?
Ida wife W F Dec 1862 37 married 13 yrs WV WV WV
Bassel son W M June 1888 11 S WV WV WV
Richard son W M Apr 1890 9 S WV WV WV
_ _ _ _ ? Ellen servant W F Apr 1881 19 S WV WV WV house keeper 
Ida Bassel
 
735 1910 Census 0033, Grant Dist., Harrison Co. West Virginia
Bassel, Jefferson D. Head M W 49 M1 22yrs WV WV WV
Bassel, Myrtle B. wife F W 43 M1 22yrs 10ch/10 lvg VA VA VA
Bassel, Jefferson G. son M W 19 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Henry W. son M W 17 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Ethel dau F W 14 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Esther dau F W 14 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Ida M. dau F W 12 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Benton son M W 10 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Alvin J. son M W 7 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Stephen L. son M W 5 WV WV VA
Bassel, Florence Va. D F W 3 WV WV VA 
Ida Myrtle Bassel
 
736 West Virginia, Births Index, 1853-1969 at ancestry.com
Name: Isaac Lewis Bassel
Birth Date: 29 Aug 1910
Birth Place: Interstate, Harrison, West Virginia
Birth County: Harrison
Gender: Male
Father's Name: J D Bassel
Mother's name: Myrtle Bassel
FHL Film Number: 847188

1920 Census Dist 77, Grant, Harrison Co., West Virginia
Bassel, Jefferson D. Head M W 59 Wd WV WV WV Farmer
Bassel, Ethel dau F W 24 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Benjamin son M W 19 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Alvin son M W 17 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Stephen son M W 15 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Virginia dau F W 13 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Isaac son M W 9 S WV WV VA
Workman, Arthur C. son-in-law M W 31 M WV WV WV Attorney
Workman, Esther dau F W 24 M WV WV VA

West Virginia, Marriages Index, 1785-1971 about Isaac Lewis Bassel
Name: Isaac Lewis Bassel
Gender: Male
Birth Date: 29 Aug 1911
Birth Place: Harrison County, West Virginia
Age: 21
Spouse's Name: Mary Angeline Randall
Spouse Gender: Female
Spouse Age: 21
Spouse Birth Date: 15 Jul 1911
Spouse Birth Place: Braxton County, West Virginia
Marriage Date: 2 Mar 1932
Marriage Place: Harrison, West Virginia
Marital Status: Single
Father's Name: Jefferson Bassel
Mother's name: Mary Goodloe Bassel
Spouse Father's Name: Joseph Randall
Spouse Mother's Name: Nancy Keenan Randall

Social Security Death Index about Isaac L. Bassel
Name: Isaac L. Bassel
SSN: 235-12-9048
Last Residence: 26408 Mount Clare, Harrison, West Virginia, United States of America
Born: 29 Aug 1910
Last Benefit: 26323 Anmoore, Harrison, West Virginia, United States of America
Died: 2 Apr 2002
State (Year) SSN issued: West Virginia (Before 1951) 
Isaac Lewis Bassel
 
737 Linn Baiker sent the following:
From Lewis Co West Virginia Obituaries 1920-1929. Anna & Jay Newman; HCPD, Route1, Box 238, Jane Lew, WV (sic) 26378 1996 Book OB6:

p. 9 - Bassel, Col. James died Tuesday of last week in his room at the Monticello Hotel. He was the son of Benjamin Bassel, Sr. and Lucinda Noris Bassell. He was born March 26, 1842 at Brown’s Creek near the present town of Mt. Clare in Harrison County. The late John Bassell, Clarksburg lawyer, was his full brother. He had a number of half brothers and sisters. He graduated from West Point, June 17, 1867. (Weston Independent, Wed. 9 Dec. 1925).

Note: Bassel spelled with one "l" and 2 "ls" in this account.

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Biography found at http://www.wileygenealogy.com/~usbios/bios/wv/lewis/jamesbassel.txt

Biographical Sketches of Members of Congress, Members of the Legislature,
Officers of the State Governement and judges of the Supreme Court of Appeals,
West Virigina, 1917

Source:
West Virginia Legislative Hand Book and Manual and Official Register, 1917
Compiled and Edited by John T. Harris, Clerk of the Senate
The Tribune Printing Co., Charleston, West Va.
pgs. 719 - 770

BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES

pg. 730

Members of the House of Delegates.

BASSEL, JAMES. (Democrat.) Address: Weston, West Va. Born March 26, 1842, in Harrison county; elementary education received in country schools and at his home; later attended Monongalia Academy, Morgantown; entered United States Military Academy, West Point, June 5, 1863; graduated June 17, 1867, class receiving their diplomas from the hands of General Sherman; commissioned Second Lieutenant Second United States Artillery; resigned November, 1870; served as Lieutenant Colonel in the Egyptian Army; made tour of world 1873-5; elected to House from Lewis in 1916; committee assignments 1917: Military Affairs (Chairman); Federal Relations, Humane Institutions and Public Buildings, Prohibition and Temperance.

Submitted by: Valerie Crook  
Col. James Bassel
 
738 1910 Census 0033, Grant Dist., Harrison Co. West Virginia
Bassel, Jefferson D. Head M W 49 M1 22yrs WV WV WV
Bassel, Myrtle B. wife F W 43 M1 22yrs 10ch/10 lvg VA VA VA
Bassel, Jefferson G. son M W 19 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Henry W. son M W 17 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Ethel dau F W 14 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Esther dau F W 14 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Ida M. dau F W 12 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Benton son M W 10 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Alvin J. son M W 7 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Stephen L. son M W 5 WV WV VA
Bassel, Florence Va. D F W 3 WV WV VA

1920 Census Dist 77, Grant, Harrison Co., West Virginia
Bassel, Jefferson D. Head M W 59 Wd WV WV WV Farmer
Bassel, Ethel dau F W 24 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Benjamin son M W 19 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Alvin son M W 17 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Stephen son M W 15 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Virginia dau F W 13 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Isaac son M W 9 S WV WV VA
Workman, Arthur C. son-in-law M W 31 M WV WV WV Attorney
Workman, Esther dau F W 24 M WV WV VA 
Jefferson Davis Bassel
 
739 1910 Census 0033, Grant Dist., Harrison Co. West Virginia
Bassel, Jefferson D. Head M W 49 M1 22yrs WV WV WV
Bassel, Myrtle B. wife F W 43 M1 22yrs 10ch/10 lvg VA VA VA
Bassel, Jefferson G. son M W 19 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Henry W. son M W 17 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Ethel dau F W 14 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Esther dau F W 14 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Ida M. dau F W 12 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Benton son M W 10 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Alvin J. son M W 7 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Stephen L. son M W 5 WV WV VA
Bassel, Florence Va. D F W 3 WV WV VA 
Jefferson Goodloe Bassel
 
740 Hist of WV, p. 83, also says this:
"He was an honor graduate from Washington and Jefferson College in Washington, PA, then began to study law in the office of John J. Davis. After a year, entered Cincinnati College of Law from which he graduated. Quoting from the Histroy of the Bench and Bar of West Virginia: 'He was noted for his diligence, mental acuteness, and power of analysis....ranked among the able lawyers of his day, always conducting his cases with admirable effectiveness and superior judgment.'
Delegate to the state convention that wrote the constitution of 1872. Elected president of the State Bar Association in 1901. Presbyterian.
Had six children with Martha Lewis his first wife." (don't know these children or name(s) of other wives.) 
John Bassel
 
741 1910 Census 0033, Grant Dist., Harrison Co. West Virginia
Bassel, Jefferson D. Head M W 49 M1 22yrs WV WV WV
Bassel, Myrtle B. wife F W 43 M1 22yrs 10ch/10 lvg VA VA VA
Bassel, Jefferson G. son M W 19 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Henry W. son M W 17 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Ethel dau F W 14 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Esther dau F W 14 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Ida M. dau F W 12 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Benton son M W 10 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Alvin J. son M W 7 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Stephen L. son M W 5 WV WV VA
Bassel, Florence Va. D F W 3 WV WV VA

1920 Census Dist 77, Grant, Harrison Co., West Virginia
Bassel, Jefferson D. Head M W 59 Wd WV WV WV Farmer
Bassel, Ethel dau F W 24 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Benjamin son M W 19 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Alvin son M W 17 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Stephen son M W 15 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Virginia dau F W 13 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Isaac son M W 9 S WV WV VA
Workman, Arthur C. son-in-law M W 31 M WV WV WV Attorney
Workman, Esther dau F W 24 M WV WV VA 
John Benton Bassel
 
742 1900 Census Dist 17, Belton, Bell Co., Texas
Bozzell, Jno head W M Sep 1847 52 married 17yrs VA VA VA landlord
Bozzell, Sarah wife W F Apr 1860 40 married 17yrs 7ch/6lvg TX NC NC
Bozzell, Neal son W M Dec 1884 15 S TX VA TX
Bozzell, Mable dau W F Nov 1886 13 single TX VA TX
Bozzell, Edna dau W F May 1888 12 single TX VA TX
Bozzell, Andrew son W M Sep 1891 8 single TX VA TX
Bozzell, Annie dau W F Apr 1894 6 single TX VA TX
Bozzell, Jno ?. son W M Sep 1895 4 single TX VA TX

The following information was contributed by Maureen Briscoe:

CENSUS: 1920 Texas, Bell County, Belton, Precinct 1, E.D. 3, Page 6B
T625_1776, Image 64
taken 7th January, 1920, by Wm. . Hunter, Jr.
BASSEL, John D., Head, M W, (72), Married VA VA NC
Sarah, wife, F W, (61), married, NC NC NC
Andrew, son, M W, (28), single, TX VA NC, Farm labor-working out
Alleen, daughter, F W, (25), single, TX VA NC
John H., son, M W, (24), single, TX VA NC
Paul, son, M W, (18), single, TX VA NC
BLANTON, Bassel N., grandson, (5), single, TX TX TX

INFORMATION TAKEN FROM THE TEXAS DEATH CERTIFICATE
John Deaver Bassell died on March 31, 1930, in Belton, Bell County, Texas, of arterio-schlerosis, with broncho-pneumonia contributing. He was retired, and a widower. J.D. was 82 years 6 months 4 days old. He was born in Virginia, the son of Byron Bassell, on September 27, 1847. Burial was April 1, 1930 in North Belton Cemetery. Dr. Paul Bassell [his brother] of Temple, Texas, provided the information.

Name: John Deaver Bassell
Death date: 31 Mar 1930
Death place: Belton, Bell, Texas
Gender: Male Race or color (on document): white
Age at death: 82 years 6 months 4 days Birth date: 27 Sep 1847
Birth place: Virginia
Marital status: Widowed
Father name: Byron Bassell
Father birth place:
Mother name:
Mother birth place:
Occupation: Retired
Cemetery name:
Burial place: North Belton
Burial date: 01 Apr 1930
Additional relatives: X
Film number: 2135273
Digital GS number: 4137708
Image number: 1494
Reference number: cn 11441
Collection: Texas Deaths, 1890-1976 
John Deaver Bassel
 
743 The following info contributed by Maureen Briscoe:

CENSUS: 1930 Texas, Bell County, Precinct 1, E.D. 4, Page 12A
Roll 2290 Image 689.0
dwelling 259 family 265, taken April 24, 1930 by Myrtle Casey
BASSEL, John H., head, M W, (34), married at 25, TX MS TX
Dorothy, wife, F W, (36), married at 27, TX MS TX
John H., Jr., son, M W, (6), TX TX TX
Ruby Ann, daughter, F W, (3 11/12), TX TX TX
CLEARMAN, Mrs. J.S., mother-in-law, F W, (69), widowed, married at 27, TX US US

INFORMATION TAKEN FROM THE TEXAS DEATH CERTIFICATE
John H. Bassel, was born September 29, 1895 in Belton, Bell County, Texas--the son of John Dever Bassel of Virginia, and Sarah Jane Messer, of North Carolina. He passed away in Scott and White Memorial Hospital, in Temple, Bell County, Texas, after a 4 day stay, on January 4, 1953, at the age of 57 years 3 months 5 days. Cauase of death was glioma of brain. John had served in World War I. He and his wife had a farm outside of Temple (Route 2). Mrs. John H. Bassel provided the information. Burial was January 5, 1953 at North Belton Cemetery, in Belton.

Name: John H. Bassel
Death date: 04 Jan 1953
Death place: Temple, Bell, Texas
Gender: Male
Race or color (on document): White
Age at death: 57 years 3 months 5 days
Estimated birth year:
Birth date: 29 Sep 1895
Birth place: Belton, Texas
Marital status: Married
Spouse name:
Father name: John Dever Bassel
Father birth place: Va.
Mother name: Sarah Jane Messer
Mother birth place: N. Car.
Occupation: Farmer
Residence: Temple, Bell, Texas
Cemetery name: North Belton Cem.
Burial place: Belton, Tex.
Burial date: 05 Jan 1953
Additional relatives:
Film number: 2113747
Digital GS number: 4165440
Image number: 161
Reference number: Item 1 cn 149
Collection: Texas Deaths, 1890-1976 
John Hudson Bassel
 
744 1900 Census Dist 172, Parker, Douglas Co., Colorado
Bassell, Joseph H. Head W M Nov 1842 57 married 34yrs VA VA VA
Bassell, Sarah S. wife W F Feb 1846 54 married 34yrs 5ch/4lvg VA VA VA
Bassell, James M. son W M June 1872 27 single WV VA VA
Bassell, Cliften R. son W M July 1879 20 single WV VA VA 
Joseph Howard Bassel
 
745 1900 Census Dist 56, Denver, Arapahoe Co., Colorado
Davis, James head W M June 1858 41 married 14yrs VA VA VA
Davis, Maggie wife W F Oct 1868 31 married 14yrs 1ch/1 lvg VA VA VA
Davis, Joseph son W M Sept 1888 11 single CO VA VA 
Maggie Bassel
 
746 1920 Census Dist 135, Buckhannon, Upshur Co., West Virginia Carper, Martha head F W 86 Wd WV WV WV Carper, Adam son M W 53 S WV WV WV Carper, Alvin son M W 51 S WV WV WV Martha Bassel
 
747 West Virginia, Marriages Index, 1785-1971 about Leeman Maxwell
Name: Leeman Maxwell
Gender: Male
Birth Date: abt 1840
Age: 47
Spouse's Name: Columbia Bassel
Spouse Gender: Female
Spouse Age: 31
Marriage Date: 9 Nov 1887
Marriage Place: Harrison, West Virginia
Father's Name: Franklin Maxwell
Mother's Name: F J Maxwell
Spouse Father's Name: Henry Bassel
Spouse Mother's Name: Mary A Bassel 
Mary 'Columbia' Bassel
 
748 The following info contributed by Maureen Briscoe:

CENSUS: 1910 Texas, Bell County, Belton, Ward 1, Precinct 1, E.D. 4, Page 3B
T624_1530 Image 132
dwelling 46 family 47, taken 11th April 1910
BASSIL, Neele, head, M W, (25), 1st married 5 years ago, TX VA TX, Merchant-general
Myrtle, wife, F W, (24), 2 children 2 living, TX TX TX
John D., son, M W, (2), TX TX TX
Allen, son, M W, (5/12), TX TX TX
ROBINSON, Marcus, grandfather, M W, (87), 1st marriage 60 years, TX GA TX
[Allen], Blanche, mother-in-law, F W, (44) 1st marriage 28 years, TX TX TX
ALLEN, Benjamin, father-in-law, M W, (47) 1st marriage 23 years, TX TX TX, merchant-general
SMITH, Tomas, cook, M B, (18), single, TX TX TX, servant-cook

WORLD WAR I REGISTRATION CARD
Serial Number: 35 Order Number: 1345 Stamped: 32-1-6-C
Neal Byron Bassel
Peremanent Address: 902 N. Main, belton, Bell, Texas
Age in Years: 33
Date of Birth: Dec 16, 1884
White Native Born
Present Occupation: Mayor - City of Belton, Belton, Texas
Nearest relative: Mrs. Myrtle A. Bassel of 902 N. Main, Belton, Bell, Texas
Signed: Neal Byron Bassel
REGISTRAR'S REPORT
Applicant is of medium height and build, with dark blue eyes and brown hair
Signed: J. Hall
Sept 12, 1918
Local Board for Division No. 1, for the County of Bell, State of Texas, Belton, Texas


CENSUS: 1920 Texas, Bell County, Belton, Precinct 1, E.D. 4 page 4B
T625_1776 Image 132
BASSELL, Neal, Head, Rents, M W, (35), married, TX VA TX, Mayor-City
Nyrtle, wife, F W, (34), TX TX TX
J.D., Jr., M W, (11), TX TX TX, school -grammar
Byron, Son, M W, (10), TX TX TX, School-grammar

CENSUS: 1930 Texas, Bell County, Belton City, Justice Precinct 1, Ward 2, E.D. 2, Page 6A, Stamped 19
Roll 2290 Image 623.0
dwelling 141 family 148, living on 1st Avenue, taken April 5, 1930 by Arthur L. Holland
BASSELL, Neal, Head, owns, 10000, M W, (45), Married at age 20, TX VA TX, merchant
Myrtle, wifle, F W, (44), married at age 19, TX TX TX
John D., son, M W, (22), single, TX TX TX, salesman
Byron A., son, M W, (20), single TX TX TX
Neal, son, M W, (16), single, TX TX TX

INFORMATION TAKEN FROM THE TEXAS DEATH CERTIFICATE
According to informant, P. M. Bassel of Temple, Texas, Neal Bassel was born in Texas to J.D. Bassel of West Virginia and Sarah Jane Misser of Tennessee. He had been living at the Gunter Hotel in Temple and was about 60 years of age at the time of his death. He was married at the time to Mrs. Neal Bassel. He was in the wholesale produce business. Cause of death was listed as acute alcoholism. Neal died April 4, 1930 in San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas. Burial took place the same day in Temple. Hagy & McCollum of 425 E. Pecan St. handled the arrangements.

Name: Neal Bassel
Death date: 04 Apr 1930
Death place: San Antonio, Bexar, Texas
Gender: Male
Race or color (on document): W
Age at death: About 60 years
Estimated birth year: 1870
Birth date:
Birth place: Texas
Marital status: Married
Spouse name: Mrs. Neal Bassel
Father name: J. D. Bassel
Father birth place: W. Va.
Mother name: Sarah Jane Misser
Mother birth place: Tenn.
Occupation: Wholesale Produce Busines
Residence: Temple, Texas
Cemetery name:
Burial place: Temple, Texas
Burial date: 04 Apr 1930
Additional relatives:
Film number: 2135323
Digital GS number: 4163817
Image number: 128
Reference number: 17121
Collection: Texas Deaths, 1890-1976 
Neal Byron Bassel
 
749 The birth record for their son Jefferson Bassel Watson records that Jefferson's mother was Ora E. Matson, obviously a misreading of the 'W' in Watson as an 'M'. Ori Ella Bassel
 
750 The following info contributed by Maureen Briscoe:

CENSUS: 1930 Texas, Bell County, Temple, Precinct 5, Ward 1, E.D. 17, Page 8B
Roll 2291 Image 17.0
dwelling 201 family 219, taken April 9, 1930 by Kathleen M. Sevier
BASSELL, Paul M., head rents, M W, (28), married at 23, TX WVa NC, physician-hospital
Elizabeth, wife, F W, (24), married at 19, TX KY TX
Paul A., son, M W, (2 8/12), MN TX TX
SCHILLER, Adelia, servant, F W, (25), single, TX GERMANY Chechezlovakia, servant-private family

Social Security Death Index
Name: Paul Bassel
SSN: 455-07-9192
Last Residence: 76501 Temple, Bell, Texas, United States of America
Born: 6 Oct 1901
Died: Feb 1975
State (Year) SSN issued: Texas (Before 1951)

INFORMATION TAKEN FROM TEXAS DETH CERTIFICATE
Dr. Paul Maiden Bassel, 73, died at Scott and White Hospital of bronchopneumonia, on February 20, 1975. Complications were caused by asthma, diabetes, mellitus, and ischemic heart disease. A native ot Temple, Bell County, Texas, he was born to John D. Bassel and Sarah Jane Messer on October 6, 1901.He and his wife, Elizabeth, resided on a farm outside Temple, at Route 5, Box 163. Burial was on February 22, 1975, in the Noth Belton Cemetery, in Belton. Sam C. Harper handled the arrangements.

Name: Paul Maiden Bassel
Death date: 20 Feb 1975
Death place: Temple, Bell, Texas
Gender: Male
Race or color (on document):
Age at death: 73 years
Estimated birth year: 1902
Birth date:
Birth place:
Marital status:
Spouse name:
Father name: Josh D. Bassel
Father birth place:
Mother name: Sarah Jane Messer
Mother birth place:
Occupation:
Residence:
Cemetery name:
Burial place:
Burial date:
Additional relatives:
Film number: 2243875
Digital GS number: 4167930
Image number: 3081
Reference number: Certificate Number 6873
Collection: Texas Deaths, 1890-1976 
Dr. Paul Maiden Bassel
 
751 The following information was contributed by Maureen Briscoe:

CENSUS: 1880 Texas, Bell County, Justice Precinct 6, E.D. 6, Page 25, Stamped: 412A
T9_1290 FHF 1255290 Page 412.1000
dwelling 212 family 214, taken 4 June 1880
BARTON, Saml L., W M, (28), Farmer, LA SC SC
Rebecca I., wife, W F, (27), Keeping house, VA VA VA
Alvin, son, W M, (4), TX LA VA
Cloud T., son, W M, (2), TX LA VA
David O., son, W M, (6M) Nov, TX LA VA
Cloud T., father, W M, (76), NC VA VA 
Rebecca I. Bassel
 
752 The following information was contributed by Maureen Briscoe:

WORLD WAR I REGISTRATION CARD
Serial No.: 1116 Order No.: 1277, Stamped: 42-4-35-C
Reid Burrough Bassel
Permanent Address: Stephenville, Erath, Texas
Age in Years: 37
Date of Birth: March 26, 1879
White, Native Born
Present Occupation: Dry Goods Business, for Blakney Dry Goods
Nearest Relative: Mrs. Elizabeth Bassel - Mother, of Stephenville, Erath, Texas
Signed: Reid Bassel
REGISTRAR'S REPORT
Applicant is of medium height, and small build, with blue eyes and light hair
Signed: L.F. Burleson
Sept 12, 1918
Local Board, Erath County, Stephenville, Texas

CENSUS: 1930 Texas, Erath County, Stephenville, Justice Precinct 1, Ward 1, E.D. 1, Page 1B
Roll: 2326 Image 67.0
living on Devine St., taken Apr 2, 1930 by Myrtle Waller
BEAUCHAMP, Anddrew H., Head, M W, (54), married at 22, TX AL GA, deputy sheriff-county
Bertie O., wife, F W, (58), TX NC AL
Merrie, son, M W, (17), TX TX TX, labor-filling station
*BASSEL, Reed B., lodger, M W, (51), single, TX GA GA, salesman-dry goods

INFORMATION TAKEN FROM TEXAS DEATH CERTIFICATE
Reid Burrough Bassel, of Stephenville, Erath County, Texas, died March 19, 1942, from a self-infliceted gunshot wound. He was 62 years 11 months, 23 days old. He had never married. Reid was born on March 26, 1879, in Erath County to Benjamin Bassel (Mississippi, NOTE: Should be Virginia) and Elizabeth Davenport (Georgia). SSN: 452-03-0518. He had been a merchant in men's furnishings. Burial was in West End Cemetery in Stephenville. K.E. Jones was the undertaker who handled the arrangements. Mrs. E.W. Crosby of Gillmer provided the information.

Name: Reid Burrough Bassel
Death date: 19 Mar 1942
Death place: Stephenville, Erath, Texas
Gender: Male
Race or color (on document):
Age at death: 62 years 11 months 23 days
Estimated birth year: 1880
Birth date:
Birth place:
Marital status:
Spouse name:
Father name: Benjamin Bassel
Father birth place:
Mother name: Elizabeth Davenport
Mother birth place:
Occupation:
Residence:
Cemetery name:
Burial place:
Burial date:
Additional relatives:
Film number: 2137023
Digital GS number: 4168344
Image number: 301
Reference number: certificate # 11883
Collection: Texas Deaths, 1890-1976 
Reid Burrough Bassel
 
753 The following info contributed by Maureen Briscoe:

INFORMATION TAKEN FROM THE TEXAS DEATH CERTIFICATE
Robert Curren Bassel, retired farmer, formerly of Gould, Harmon County, Oklahoma, died at St. Joseph Hospital in Wellington, Collingsworth, Texas, from a cerebral hemorrhage, on January 16, 1963. He had been in the hospital for about 2 1/3 years. Robert was 85 years old at the time of his death. His wife (name not given) preceded him in death. He was born April 11, 1877 in Bell County, Texas, to (unknown) Bassel and Sarah Elizabeth Russell. Carnie Bassel of Gould, Rt. 3, Oklahoma, provided the information. Tims Mortuary handled the funeral arrangements. Burial was January 16, 1963 in the Clarendon, Texas Cemetery.

Name: Robert Curren Bassel
Death date: 16 Jan 1963
Death place: Wellington, Collingsworth, Texas
Gender: Male
Race or color (on document): White
Age at death: 85 years
Estimated birth year:
Birth date: 11 Apr 1877
Birth place: Bell Co., Texas
Marital status: Widowed
Spouse name:
Father name: Bassel
Father birth place:
Mother name: Sarah Elizabeth Russell
Mother birth place:
Occupation: Retired Farmer
Residence: Gould, Harmon, Oklahoma
Cemetery name: Clarendon, Texas Cemetery
Burial place: Clarendon, Texas
Burial date: 16 Jan 1963
Additional relatives: X
Film number: 2117176
Digital GS number: 4028564
Image number: 135
Reference number: cn 7631
Collection: Texas Deaths, 1890-1976 
Robert Curren Bassel
 
754 1910 Census 0033, Grant Dist., Harrison Co. West Virginia
Bassel, Jefferson D. Head M W 49 M1 22yrs WV WV WV
Bassel, Myrtle B. wife F W 43 M1 22yrs 10ch/10 lvg VA VA VA
Bassel, Jefferson G. son M W 19 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Henry W. son M W 17 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Ethel dau F W 14 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Esther dau F W 14 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Ida M. dau F W 12 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Benton son M W 10 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Alvin J. son M W 7 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Stephen L. son M W 5 WV WV VA
Bassel, Florence Va. D F W 3 WV WV VA

1920 Census Dist 77, Grant, Harrison Co., West Virginia
Bassel, Jefferson D. Head M W 59 Wd WV WV WV Farmer
Bassel, Ethel dau F W 24 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Benjamin son M W 19 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Alvin son M W 17 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Stephen son M W 15 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Virginia dau F W 13 S WV WV VA
Bassel, Isaac son M W 9 S WV WV VA
Workman, Arthur C. son-in-law M W 31 M WV WV WV Attorney
Workman, Esther dau F W 24 M WV WV VA 
Stephen Luther Bassel
 
755 For a sketch of the family burial plot, see Conflicting Data page, Chapter Three. Susan Bassel
 
756 The following info contributed by Maureen Briscoe:

Willie E. Bassel shows up only in the 1880 census. In the 1900 census, his mother said that she had given birth to 7 children with 6 still living. The remaining 6 were still at home and on the census record. 
Willie E. Bassel
 
757 1900 Census Dist 88, Aldine, Norton Co., Kansas
Basset, Charles Head W M Jan 1876 24 M 3yrs IN NY OH
Basset, Minnie E. wife W F Sept 1876 23 M 3yrs 2ch/2 lvg IN IN IN
Basset, Carl B. son W M Nov 1897 2 S KS IN IN
Basset, Josie M. dau W F Nov 1899 6/12 S KS IN IN

In 1910 the record for his parents birthplace is certainly different from that of the 1900 record.
This is a puzzle, I have not reconciled!
1910 Dist 117, Solomon, Norton Co., Kansas
Bassett, Charles M. Head M W 34 M1 14yrs IN England Germany
Bassett, Minnie E. wife F W 33 M1 14 yrs 6ch/4 lvg IN IN IN
Bassett, Carl R. son M W 12 S KS IN IN
Bassett, Eddie son M W 5 S KS IN IN
Bassett, Loreta dau F W 3 S KS IN IN
Bassett, Albert son M W 7/12 S KS IN IN

1920 Dist 191, Driftwood Twp, Red Willow County, Nebraska
Bassett, Charley Head M W 43 M IN England Germany
Bassett, Minnie wife F W 4? M IN IN IN
Bassett, Albert son M W 10 S KS IN IN
Bassett, Eddie son M W 15 S KS IN IN
Bassett, Loretta dau F W 12 S KS IN IN
Bassett, Howard son M W 7 S KS IN IN
Bassett, Joe son 4 4/12 S KS IN IN 
Charles M. Bassett
 
758 1880 United States Federal Census (apparently just Mary and her son George here. So Geo Sr. may have died bef 1880) about George Bastable Name: George Bastable Home in 1880: Clarksburg, Harrison, West Virginia Age: 23 Estimated birth year: abt 1857 Birthplace: Virginia Relation to head-of-household: Son Father's birthplace: Virginia Mother's name: Mary Mother's birthplace: Virginia Occupation: Dept. Sheriff (note) Marital Status: Single Race: White Gender: Male Mary Bastable 53 George Bastable, II
 
759 The boy-soldier (Thomas Christian White) came back to Clarksburg at the end of the war and worked for an uncle, George Bastable, who was a merchant of the town.
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1850 Census Dist 30, Lewis Co., Virginia (not yet WV) George Bastable 33 M merchant 6,000 VAMary Bastable 26 F VA Sarah Bastable 6 F VA Alvin Bastable 4 M VA Hopkins Bastable 2 M VA Robert Rainez 22 M clerk VA
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1860 Census Buckhannon, Upshur, Virginia (note not yet WV) Geo. Bastable (1) 42 M farmer 210,210 7,800 VA (that assets amt looks funny) Mary Bastable 34 F VA Sallie C. Bastable 15 F attending school VA Alvin G. Bastable 14 M VA George Bastable (2) 3 M VA Martha White 25 F domestic 2,500 VA Sue Johnson 20 F domestic VA Jackson Kidd 22 m day laborer VA 
George Bastable, Jr.
 
760 The birth record at ancestry.com has her name as Miriam A. Batch; father Joe Batch, mother Beatrice Rhodes.
When her daughter was born, the birth record at ancestry.com has her listed as the mother named Marion Altrine Batch, but her correct name was Miriam. 
Mariam Altrine Batch
 
761 Abigail and her sister Elizabeth are mentioned as half-sisters of Isaac Jackson, s/o Samuel, in his 1750 will. See abstract under Isaac Jackson. Abigail Batty
 
762 Elizabeth and her sister Abigail are mentioned as half-sisters of Isaac Jackson, s/o Samuel, in his 1750 will. See abstract under Isaac Jackson. Elizabeth Batty
 
763 John is mentioned in the 1750 Will of his half-brother, Isaac Jackson. John Batty
 
764 1900 Census Dist 0130, South Bend, St. Joseph Co., Indiana
Jackson Edward Head W M July 1863 36 M1yr IN OH not known
Jackson, Jannie Wife W F Aug 1867 32 M1yr 1ch/1 lvg IL PA PA
Jackson, Paul son W M Nov 1899 6/12 S IN IN IL
Baughman, Henry Fath law W M Jan 1831 59 Wd PA PA PA

1910 Census Dist 0159, Precinct 5, Pueblo Co., Colorado
Jackson, Edward B. Head M W 47 M1 11yrs IN IN IN
Jackson, Jennie B. Wife F W 43 M1 11yrs 1ch/1 lvg PA PA PA (should be Janie per 1920)
Jackson, Paul E. son M W 10 S IN IN PA
Baughman, Henry father-in-law M W 79 Wd PA PA PA (indexed as 78; looks like 79 as more likely is 71) 
Henry Baughman
 
765 1900 Census Dist 0130, South Bend, St. Joseph Co., Indiana
Jackson Edward Head W M July 1863 36 M1yr IN OH not known
Jackson, Jannie Wife W F Aug 1867 32 M1yr 1ch/1 lvg IL PA PA
Jackson, Paul son W M Nov 1899 6/12 S IN IN IL
Baughman, Henry Fath law W M Jan 1831 59 Wd PA PA PA

1910 Census Dist 0159, Precinct 5, Pueblo Co., Colorado
Jackson, Edward B. Head M W 47 M1 11yrs IN IN IN
Jackson, Jennie B. Wife F W 43 M1 11yrs 1ch/1 lvg PA PA PA (should be Janie per 1920)
Jackson, Paul E. son M W 10 S IN IN PA
Baughman, Henry father-in-law M W 79 Wd PA PA PA (indexed as 78; looks like 79 as more likely is 71)

Edward, Jane and Paul were back in South Bend Ward 7, St Joseph, Indiana for the 1920 census. 
Jane 'Jennie' Baughman
 
766 In the 1920 census for Goodwin, Gwinnett Co., GA, Augustus M. and Eunice were raising their 3 granddaughters, Loraine 16, Allandan 13, Clyde 7 (marked female) and grandson John A. Augustus M. Baxter
 
767 As a marriage record has been found for Ada, daughter of Frank Jackson and Emma Thayer, to Raymond Baxter and a 2nd marriage record has been found for Raymond Baxter, I am assuming that the couple was divorced. Several trees on ancestry.com have Raymond's second marriage with two of his children born before the 2nd marriage. Again, assuming that these children are from his first marriage to Ada Jackson.

Ada Jackson mentioned in the record of Raymond Baxter and Ada Jackson
Name: Raymond Baxter
Birthplace: West Va.
Spouse's Name: Ada Jackson
Spouse's Birth Date: 1892
Spouse's Birthplace: West Va.
Spouse's Age: 20
Event Date: 30 Oct 1912
Event Place: Columbiana Co., Ohio
Father's Name: E. S. Baxter
Mother's Name: Emma Thayer
Spouse's Father's Name: Frank Jackson
Spouse's Mother's Name: Honor Ater
Marital Status: Single
Spouse's Marital Status: Single
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: M86893-9 , System Origin: Ohio-VR , GS Film number: 0931580 , Reference ID: 2:3PXR6TS


Summit County, Ohio, Marriage Records, 1840-1980
Name: Raymond Baxter
Gender: Male
Age: 29
Birth Date: 3 Sep 1890
Father's name: Elson S
Mother's name: Emma A Thayer
Spouse's Name: Iva N Long
Spouse Age: 22
Spouse Gender: Female
Spouse Birth Date: 11 Nov 1898
Spouse Father's Name: Robert T Long
Spouse Mother's Name: Stilla Poland
Marriage Date: 26 Feb 1920
Marriage Place: Summit, Ohio 
Raymond Baxter
 
768 Field stone marked MH, now gone from St. George's Churchyard, Hempstead, L.I., NY. Mary Bayles
 
769 Notes from the Beach Family Journal Website, http://www.beachfamilyjournal.com:

He attended Princeton, then studied medicine in Philadelphia before moving to Belleville, Ohio. He later moved to Louisiana where he practiced medicine and rented a sugar farm. He then returned to New Jersey, but finally settled in Wellington, Ohio, where he appears on the 1850 Census. He eventually moved west to Iowa, but spent a year with the family of daughter Caroline (Beach) Ridenour tending her sick daughter. He returned to Farragut, Iowa, where he died in 1888, with his remains returned to Ohio for burial beside his wife. 
Dr. Charles Hoff Beach
 
770 Info contributed by Anthony Troha from "The Odgen Family in America . . ."
"SUSAN ELECTA HALSEY, b. Fishkill, Dec. 19, 1829; m. Oct. 12, 1848, DR. COLUMBUS BEACH, b. Aug. 6, 1815; d. Dover, N. J., Apr. 20, 1883; son of Chilion Beach and Cornelia De Camp, his wife. They resided at Beach Glen, Morris Co., N.J., until 1873, when he removed to Dover, N.J., to take Presidency of the National Union Bank. He was a member and trustee, and a liberal supporter of the Rockaway Pres. Ch. They had 6 children."

1870 Census Rockaway, Morris Co., New Jersey
Beach, Columbus 54 M W merchant & farmer 30,000 100,000 NJ
Beach, Susan E. 40 F W NY
Beach, Frederic H. 20 M W merchant, clerk NJ
Beach, Alida 19 F W at home NJ
Beach, Susan J. 11 F W attending school NJ
Beach, Marion D. 2 F W NJ
Beach, Catharine H. 75 F W NJ
Blye, Bridget 18 F W house servant Ireland 
Dr. Columbus Beach
 
771 Joseph married a second time to a widow of Silas Dickerson, Electa Beach, dau of Capt. Enoch Beach. She died without issue.

Record of Electa's church membership was found here:
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~jdevlin/nj/hanover_nj_bapt-marr.htm
Extracted from
Marriages & Baptisms at Hanover, Morris Co., N. J., During the Pastorate of Rev. Jacob GREEN,
And to the Settlement of Rev. Aaron CONDIT 1746 - 1796
W. Ogden WHEELER & Edmund D. HALSEY, 1893

Admitted to membership 20 Jun 1790; Nancy BEACH (Mrs. Abraham HALSEY)
Admitted to membership 20 Jun 1790, Electra (Beach) Dickerson (wife of Silas Dickerson).
Electra transferred her church membership in 1808 when she married her second husband, Joseph Jackson. to The Presbyterian Church at Rockaway, NJ. (info found at ancestry.com from the book "A Brief History of the Church at Rockaway, New Jersey". Her husband Joseph and step-son Stephen Joseph did not become members of this church until ten years later, in 1818.

Tombstone Inscription found at Find-a-Grave:
Honored & Beloved 45 and 1/2 years
The wife of Col Joseph Jackson
Aged 85 Years 
Electa Beach
 
772 Note: He saw service in the Revolution as a private in the Morris County, New Jersey, militia. Following the war he received a commission as a captain. Capt. Enoch Beach
 
773 Biography found at http://www.rootsweb.com/~njmorris/lewisbios/beachfrederick.htm

Source: History Morris County New Jersey, Volume II, Lewis Publishing Co., 1914
Frederick H. BEACH, attorney-at-law, of Morristown, was born at Beach Glen, Morris county, New Jersey, July 25, 1849, son of Columbus BEACH, M. D., and his wife Susan E. (HALSEY) BEACH. His father was president and a director of the National Union Bank, Dover, New Jersey, assemblyman from Morris county in 1869-70, and State senator in 1871.
He attended Blair Academy, Blairstown, New Jersey, and later Williston Seminary, East Hampton, Massachusetts. He was admitted as an attorney at the November term, 1880, and since 1896 has been actively engaged in the practice of his profession in Morristown. He is vice president and a director of the National Union Bank, Dover, and a member of the board of managers of the Morris County Savings Bank, Morristown. He is a Republican in politics, and was elected on that ticket mayor of Dover, and also served as recorder and member of common council of Dover. He is a Presbyterian in religious belief. He is a member of Acadia Lodge, No. 20, F. and A. M., Dover; Madison Chapter, No. 27, R. A. M. Morristown; Ode de St. Amand Commandery, No. 12, K. T., Morristown; Mecca Temple, A. A. O. N. M. S., New York City. Of the above named societies he is past member of the lodge, past commander of the commandery, and past district deputy grand master of the Grand Lodge, F. and A. M., of New Jersey. He is also a member of the Washington Association of New Jersey, New Jersey Historical Society, New Jersey Society Sons of the American Revolution, and New Jersey Society Founders and Patriots of America. He is a member of the Presbyterian church of Rockaway, New Jersey.
This biography was transcribed by John Cresseveur. 
Frederick H. Beach
 
774 Put this in Notes for Nancy Day Beach
Record of Nancy's church membership was found here:
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~jdevlin/nj/hanover_nj_bapt-marr.htm
Extracted from Marriages & Baptisms at Hanover, Morris Co., N. J.,
During the Pastorate of Rev. Jacob GREEN, And to the Settlement of Rev. Aaron CONDIT
1746 - 1796
W. Ogden WHEELER & Edmund D. HALSEY, 1893

Admitted to membership 20 Jun 1790; Nancy BEACH (Mrs. Abraham HALSEY). Directly under this name was the name of Electra Beach, wife of Silas Dickerson.

So Nancy's marriage to Dr. Halsey took place sometime after Jun 1790. 
Nancy Day Beach
 
775 Text from SAR Application # 4067 of Theodore F. Jackson dated 1891:
"My great grandfather (father of my mother's mother) Enoch Beach of Morris is recorded by Adj. Gen. Stryker as a private in Morris Militia. But it is certain that at the battle of Springfield he served as Captain. In his Company were his son Samuel Beach, (afterwards graduate of Nassau Hall) and his friend Ashbel Green (afterwards president of Nassau Hall)."

Samuel's biography states that he died 11 May 1793. His memorial page at Find-a-Grave gives a date of death as 14 May 1793. A photo posted on the memorial page of his monument is available but the date could be read as either 11 or 14.

Tombstone inscription as read by Denise Drake Horton:
In Memory of Samuel Beach, A.M.
Who died May 14th 1793. In the 32d year of his life. He was a native of New Jersey. Educated at Nassau Hall. Of temper amiable of manners pleasing. In ---ence eminent in piety sincere. With patrience ---ly exemplary. He endured much affliction. The fruit of studious diligence, And supported by the hope of gospel, Welcomed the King of terrors as a friend. In Him, his country has lost an excellent citizen, The Church an ornamental member, His Relatives a son, a brother, a husband, a father, and a friend. 
Samuel Beach
 
776 Notes from the Beach Family Journal Website, http://www.beachfamilyjournal.com:

He was a Congregational minister and was living at Redfield, South Dakota, c. 1910, but is buried at Iowa City, Iowa. 
Samuel Jackson Beach
 
777 Notes from the Beach Family Journal Website, http://www.beachfamilyjournal.com:

She never married. She was living at Shenandoah, Iowa, c. 1910. 
Sarah Jackson Beach
 
778 1900 Census District 57, Forest City, Mason Co., Illinois
Jackson, Sherman Head W M Jan 1865 35 M2 IL OH OH Carpenter
Jackson, Etta Wife W F Oct 1875 24 M2 IL PA NJ Housewife
Jackson, William Son W M Aug 1898 1 S IL IL IL

1920 Census District 78, Forest, Mason Co., Illinois
Jackson, Sherman G. Head M W 54 M IL OH OH Carpenter Houses
Jackson, Etta B. Wife F W 44 M IL PA NJ
Jackson, Mary Anne Daughter F W 15 S IL IL IL
Jackson, Donald S. Son M W 12 S IL IL IL

The following obituary found at her Find a Grave memorial:

Mrs. Etta Jackson Succumbs at 72; Rites Are Sunday

Manito, Nov. 26- Funeral services will be held at the Forest City Methodist church at 2 p.m. Sunday for Mrs. Etta Jackson, 72, who died at her home in Forest City at 9 p.m. Joseph Hobbs will officiate at the rites.

Friends may call at the Johnson Funeral home in Manito until 11 a.m. Sunday and at the church until time of services.

Mrs. Jackson was born near Havana on Oct. 8, 1876, a daughter of William and Ann Waldron Beale. She married Sherman Jackson on Oct. 31, 1897, and he preceded her in death several years ago.

Surviving are two sons, Donald Jackson, San Antonio, Tex., and William Jackson; two brothers, Harry W. Beale, Forest City, and Daniel Beale, Pekin, and six grandchildren. A daughter, Mrs. Mary Gebhardt, Pekin, died in 1946.

Mrs. Jackson was a member of the Forest City Methodist and took an active part in its activities until her health prevented it.

(The Pekin Times, Pekin, Illinois, 26 Nov 1948) 
Etta Estella Beale
 
779 Jackson Ledger and McWhorter Sketches has Anna's husband's name as Josiah Beaman, but other records supposedly written by Anna herself say that his name was David Beaman.

Dec 2014: Robert Nichols, Sexton of the First Presbyterian Church of Rockaway, Morris Co., NJ left this comment: "David Beaman died in December of 1802. His will and assessment of estate were proved on Jan 1, 1803. He was the church's very first Sexton, voted in on September 27, 1773. He and his brother Josiah Beaman have cenotaphs in the Rockaway Presbyterian Cemetery. Their graves were never marked upon their deaths. Josiah married General William Wind's sister Huldah."

An interesting summary of the history of that church is found at
http://www.fpcrockaway.org/fpc-historic-cemetery.html 
Deacon David Beaman
 
780 Was a graduate of the New York Military Academy, and now a student at Syracuse University, class of 1930 Daniel Bartlett Beard
 
781 1910 Census Dist 1287, Queens Ward 3, Queens Co., New York
Beard, C. Daniel head M W 59 M1 16 OH NY OH Free Lance Artist
Beard, A. Beatrice wife F W 45 M1 16 2ch;2lvg NY NY NY
Beard, B. Daniel son M W 3 S NY OH NY
Beard, Barbara dau F W 1 S NY OH NY
(another instance of the enumerator putting the middle initial first.) (and Barbara's age doesn't agree with her 1920 census age!)
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1920 Census Dist 221, Queens Assembly Dist 4, Queens Co., New York
Beard, Daniel C. head M W 69 M Cincinnati, OH; Buffalo, NY; Cincinnati, OH
Beard, Beatrice A. wife F W 55 M New York, NY; New York, NY; illeg
Beard, Barbara dau F W 17 S Flushing, NY; Cincinnati, OH; New York, NY
Beard, Bartiett son M W 13 S Flushing, NY; Cincinnati, OH; New York, NY
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From Jim Reis', Pieces of the Past, http://www.rootsweb.com/~kycampbe/bigmac.htm:

Daniel Carter Beard was born June 21, 1850 at 17 W. Ninth St. in Cincinnati, the son of James Henry and Mary Caroline Carter Beard. The family moved to Covington and rented a house at 322 E Third St. when he was 11. Beard spent many hours exploring the banks of the Ohio and Licking rivers and the woods outside Covington. He picked up a nickname to match his developing passion. He was a husky boy and his uncle pegged him "Buffalo".

During the Civil War, Union forces were stationed along the Northern Kentucky hilltops as a defensive perimeter for Cincinnati. The tales the soldiers told made the young Beard a frequent camp visitor. He organized his companions into a small group of boy pioneers who built their own secret camp along Banklick Creek. Part of the fun of going to the camp was sneaking past soldiers on sentry duty.

Daniel majored in engineering at Worrmall's Academy in Covington and graduated as a civil engineer and surveyor. He helped survey hills for the streetcar inclines later built on Mt. Adams and Price Hill. In 1878 he moved to New York and became an illustrator for many magazines and book, including Mark Twain's "Connecticut Yankee", "Tom Sawyer" and "Huckleberry Finn."

In 1894 he married Beatrice Alice Jackson and had a son and daughter. In 1905 he became editor of "Recreation" and the business manager suggested that the magazine start an organization for juvenile sportsmen. Beard liked the idea and founded an organization called the Sons of Daniel Boone. It was through his involvement with the Sons of Daniel Boone that Beard met Sir Robert Baden-Powell. He had started a program based on Beards called "Boy Scout". When he returned to America in 1910 it was under the title of Boy Scout of America. Beards Son of Pioneer merged with this organization and Beard became its first national scout commissioner, a position he held the rest of his life.

In 1934, during his last visit to Covington, Beard was honored with a parade that included scouts from Kentucky, Ohio and West Virginia. Beard died June 11, 1941, 10 days before his 91st birthday. His boyhood home was made a national landmark in 1966 and a statue adjacent to the home on Third Street was dedicated in 1988. Beard is buried in Rockland County, New York. 
Daniel Carter Beard
 
782 1880 United States Federal Census
Name: Daniel C. Beard Home in 1880: Queens, New York City-Greater, New York
Age: 29
Estimated birth year: abt 1851
Birthplace: Ohio
Relation to head-of-household: Son
Father's name: James H.
Father's birthplace: New York
Mother's name: Mary C.
Mother's birthplace: Ohio
James H. Beard 69 (parent)
Mary C. Beard 64 (parent)
Harry Beard 38
Daniel C. Beard 29 ***
Lina Beard 25
Adelia Beard 23
Elizabeth Hayes 22
Delia Donnelly 23

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From the History of New York State Biographies, Part 57 by Dr. James Sullivan, http://www.usgennet.org/usa/ny/state/his/bio/pt57.html:

James Henry Beard was a famous painter, and was the only man admitted to the National Academy of Design without having first served as an associate member. He painted the portraits of the leading men of his day and generation, including "Zach" Taylor, William Henry Harrison (1), Henry Clay, General Custer, General Sherman, and, as he often said" "Every prominent person from Erie to the 'Balize,'" the latter meaning the mouth of the Mississippi river. He was best known in New York as a painter of animals. He was a great wit and storyteller. The grandfather of Daniel C. Beard was the first man to sail a brig on Lake Erie. On his initial trip he took with him his bride, Harriet Wolcott, of Hartford, Connecticut, granddaughter of Governor Wolcott, of that State, and she had the honor of being the first white woman to set foot in what is now the city of Chicago. 
James Henry Beard
 
783 Illinois, Deaths and Stillbirths Index, 1916-1947 at ancestry.com
Name: Mary Ann Jackson
[Mary Ann Beard]
Birth Date: 1 Feb 1838
Birth Place: Ohio
Death Date: 14 Jan 1919
Death Place: Forest City, Mason, Illinois
Burial Date: 17 Jan 1919
Burial Place: Neikirk
Death Age: 80
Occupation: Housewife
Race: White
Marital Status: W
Gender: Female
Father Name: George Beard
Mother Name: Prudence Grant
FHL Film Number: 1544467 
Mary Ann Beard
 
784 1930 Census Dist 90, Johnson City, Broome Co., New York
enumerated 12 Apr 1930
Jones, Alice L. head 12,000 F W 71 Wd PA PA PA
Jackson, Clara M. dau F W 39 M@32 NY PA PA
Jackson, Herbert I. son-in-law 49 M@42 NY PA PA Asst Treasurer Street Railway Co.
Jackson, Ward grand-son M W 3 9/12 S NY NY NY
Beardslee, Adelbert C. brother M W 66 Wd PA PA PA 
Alice L. Beardsly
 
785 The 1900 census for Mt. Croghan, Chesterfield Co., South Carolina is very difficult to read. But this census does give her birth date and the fact that she's had only 4 children and only 3 are living and that she's been married 10 years. It appears she is not the mother of the older children and is a second wife. Later, I found reference that Frank M. Jackson had married a Lou Beason, pg 17 of the Burch book. Lou Beason
 
786 Larry Hakel has provided the birth date of 6 Feb 1872. This does not agree with the birth info posted on Carrie's find-a-grave memorial page which has a birth date of 2 Jun 1872. But there is no exact date on her grave marker to verify either date. The gravemarker states only the year: 1872. Carrie Ames Beattie
 
787 From Patricia Prickett Hickin: Fountain Beatie, b 10 Nov 1840 m Anne Hathaway [true!] of Fauquier Co. and remained in the NO Va area after the war.
Best friend of Col. John Singleton Mosby, the famous guerilla fighter for the Confederacy in the area from Fairfax to this area, fought with him during the war, etc. Remained close until Mosby's death. Uncle Fount was converted to Roman Catholicism by Mosby's wife who was Catholic. 
Fountain Beattie
 
788 ALT date of death given by Larry Hakel 21 Oct 1890. Isabella Holt 'Bell' Beattie
 
789 From Patricia Prickett Hickin: Rachel died on 12 Dec 1912 in the home of her daughter Laura Bell McConnell Prickett, Rural Retreat, Wythe Co., VA. m. Thomas Guilford McConnell. 20 Feb 1855. They lived in Abingdon, VA, till they got old and moved in with my grandparents. She was a lover of good literature, but her eyesight grew dim and as my father grew old enough --he was b in 1895, he would read to her -- George Eliot, Dickens, Trollope -- all the really good Victoian novels--Trollope remained my father's favorite novelist all his life, and my father loved to read.
They had 7 children, 3 of whom died at birth or soon afterward, two boys and two girls lived to maturity, married, had children. 
Rachel Elizabeth 'Bettie' Beattie
 
790 Notes by Larry Hakel :
"Col. Robert Beatie married Pauline White and moved to Seven Mile Ford just northeast of Glade Springs where he operated a store. In 1833 he moved to the Town House community (now Chilhowie) which took its name from the Town House which he bought in 1837. He was the first Clerk of the Court of Smyth County which organized in 1832.

"The (1837) Beattie Farm was called Kilmackronan. He enlarged the house and made it a combination house and stage coach tavern. The tavern apparently had quite a reputation in its day which still follows it. " 
Col. Robert Beattie
 
791 Per Pat Hickin, Dr. Beattie died in a Yankee Prison. The viewer should read the biographical sketch posted on his Find-a-Grave memorial page here: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=98377617. Dr. Walter S. Beattie
 
792 Note from Billy Langley Bell: Abraham Jackson died early and his widow married Edward Johnston, to whom were born several children. Mary Polly Beavers
 
793 The spelling of her name is 'based on a number of family letters she signed and in which she is mentioned by her family.' R. Jackson

Ledger: "Ernest Alonzo and wife had been living in Brazil since their marriage doing mission work under Southern Baptist Board of Virginia. Their 1st children were twins. Both died at 3 months."

McWhorter: They were in the states on a visit to their children in school here, returning to Brazil with their youngest son. The vessel was wrecked and all three were among those drowned. The steamer "Vestris" 1928.

Email fr R. Jackson: Vistris capsized and sank about two hundred miles off the Virginia Capes. 12 Nov 1928. SEE ALSO HISTORICAL STORIES: "Disaster Aboard the S.S. 'Vestris', this site. 
Jannette Catherine Beazley
 
794 OBR lists her husband as Benjamin N. Beckett. Her obit states differently. Andrew M. Beckett
 
795 Eleven children.

The Find-a-Grave Memorial # 41865316 for "Gen. Daniel Bedell" indicates he was first buried in 'Old Town Burying Ground' Hempstead and was removed to Greenfield Cemetery. Checking Greenfield, I found Memorial # 36900828 there for him with a photo of the gravemarker and a link to his wife Mary Tredwell. 
Daniel Bedell
 
796 Connecticut Death Index, 1949-2001
Name: Rose Jackson
Death Date: 22 Dec 1961
Death Place: New London, New London, Connecticut
Age: 70 Years
Birth Date: abt 1891
Marital Status: Married
Spouse: Arth
State File #: 22741
Residence : Waterford, New London, Connecticut
Gender: Female
Race: White 
Rose Behrman
 
797 1880 Census Louisiana, Orleans, New Orleans

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
James G. BELDEN Self M Male W 56 NY Physician NY NY
Arabella BELDEN Wife M Female W 54 NY Keeping House NY NY
Belle BELDEN Dau S Female W 25 NY At Home NY NY
Evelyan BELDEN SSon Male W 21 LA At Home NY NY
May N. BELDEN Dau S Female W 18 NY At Home NY ---
Josephine L. BELDEN Dau S Female W 14 LA At Home NY NY
Aloin BELDEN Dau S Female W 11 LA At Home NY NY
Mary FEARING Other S Female W 28 LA Seamstress LA LA
Jane LYDELL Other S Female W 42 NY Governess NY NY

Source Information:
Census Place New Orleans, Orleans, Louisiana
Family History Library Film 1254458
NA Film Number T9-0458
Page Number 86B


1900 Census Virginia, Smyth, Marion, District 82
Jackson, Walter head W M Jun 1865 34 M 6 VA VA VA
Jackson, Josephine L. wife W F Oct 1866 33 M 6 0 0 * NY NY
* the original was a small word, but it has been written over to say Virginia

1910 Census Virginia, Smyth, Marion, District 79
Jackson, Walter B. head M W 45 M1 16 Virginia VA VA
Jackson, Josephine L. wife F W 45 M1 16 l l Louisiana NY NY
Jackson, Walter B. son M W 8 S Virginia VA LA

I am aware that in the 1930 Census for Smyth Co., VA, Walter says his mother was born in Mass. But the 1880 census, the 1900 and tge 1910 census for Josephine do not agree with that. 
Josephine Lillian Belden
 
798 Ohio, Births and Christenings Index, 1800-1962 about Hannah J. Belford
Name: Hannah J. Belford
Gender: Female
Birth Place: Jackson, Monroe, Ohio
Birth Date: 1 Feb 1871
Father's Name: John Belford
Mother's Name: Susan P. Norman
FHL Film Number: 940295

1880 Center, Calhoun, WV
BELFORD, John...WM...39...Farmer...OH...PA...OH
Susann...WF...28...Wife...Keeping House...VA...VA...MD
Rebecca...WF...10...Dau...At Home...OH...VA...OH
Hannah J...WF...8...Dau...OH...VA...OH
Brady...WM...7...Son...OH...VA...OH
Rachel...WF...5...Dau...OH...VA...OH
Alonzo...WM...3...Son...IN...VA...OH

Hannah Jane, called 'Janie' moved from Big Springs, Calhoun County, WV after her husband, Albert, died. The family all thought she should not stay on the farm by herself. She and Albert owned a house in Parkersburg, WV, and two of her children lived there. So she moved to the city into that house. That must have been so hard, to lose her husband and her family home at the same time. She was a member of Chestnut Grove Methodist Church in Big Springs from 1891 and refused to move her membership even after Albert died and she had to move to Parkersburg. She considered herself still a member and contributed there until her death in 1959. She was taken back to #7 Nobe Cemetery in Calhoun County for burial.

From the Parkersburg (WV) News May 12, 1959:
Mrs. Janie Belford Jackson, 87, 904 Lakeview Dr., died Sunday afternoon in St. Joseph’s hospital after a brief illness.
She was born at Sardis, O., Feb. 2, 1872, a daughter of John and Susan Norman Belford and had lived in Parkersburg for the past 16 years, coming here from Big Springs, W. Va. Mrs. Jackson had been a member of the Chestnut Grove Methodist Church at Big Springs since 1891.
Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Oscar Garretson of Grantsville and Mrs. J. E. Cunningham of Parkersburg; one son, Carl D. Jackson of this city; five grandchildren, James Garretson, Grantsville; Mrs. Ira Reese, Nitro; Wayne and Beryl Cunningham, Parkersburg, and Mrs. William Kimble, Titusville, Fla. Also surviving are ten great grandchildren and two great-great grandchildren.
Mrs. Jackson’s husband, Albert H. Jackson, died in 1942. Also preceding her in death were two sons, Clyde D. and Earl Jackson.
Services will be held Wednesday at 11 a.m. at the Ogdin funeral home, Dr. William M. Craig officiating. Additional services will be held at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday at Number Seven Church in Nobe, W. Va., and burial will be in the church cemetery. Friends may call at the Ogdin funeral home after 7 p.m. today. 
Hannah Jane Belford
 
799 John & Susan moved to Calhoun County in 1878. John Belford had a sister who married David Mathew and lived at the head of Yellow Creek at the foot of the Bill and Ben Mathess hill. Per granddaughter Dollie Jackson Garretson's remembrances.

Fr History of Calhoun County, WV 1989: They moved to Calhoun from Sardis, OH with their 5 children. John Belford.

1870 Census Jackson, Monroe County, Ohio
148/148
Belford, John ?? M W Farm Laborer -- 100 OH
Belford, Susan 18 F W Keeping house OH
Belford, Sarah R. 7/12 F W OH

1880 Census Center Dist, Calhoun Co., West Virginia
Belford, John W M 39 married Farmer OH PA OH
Belford, Susann W F 28 wife married Keeping house VA VA MD
Belford, Rebecca W F 10 dau S at home OH VA OH
Belford, Hannah J. W F 8 dau S OH VA OH
Belford, Brady W M 7 son S OH VA OH
Belford, Rachel W F 5 dau S OH VA OH
Belford, Alonzo W M 3 son S Indiana VA OH 
John Belford
 
800 John can be found in the 1880 census living with his mother and brothers in Brush Creek, Highland, Ohio. His father is not listed. Is he deceased prior to the census? John W. Belford
 
801 From Panda Basham:
Most info about Marcus taken from ‘A Short Sketch of My Life’ by Marcus Belian Aug 30, 1922 a 4 page document
(a) Union Theological Seminary Alumni Catalogue 1836 - 1926
(b) Drew Theological Seminary Alumni Catalogue 1867 - 1925
(c) Copy of Naturalization Papers from Thomas Co NE Clerk

Marcus Hagopian Belian - b. Mar 8, 1862 Hadjin, Cilicia, Asia Minor (Turkey) d. Apr 11, 1942 Fort Collins, Larimer Co, CO
AKA (Manoog Hagop Belian) father - Hagop Belian b.1825 Hadjin d.1870
mother - Anna Belian b. 1828 Hadjin d. 1891
brother - Sarkis Belian d. 1915 Hamada
Yeprem Belain
The brother’s wives and children were killed at Hamada during deportation by the Turkish Government

Graduated Preparatory school at Marash, Cilicia - June 20, 1883
Graduated college at Aintab, Cilicia - June 20, 1889
Graduated Marash Theological Seminary - 1892
Landed in USA - July 28, 1893
Graduated Union Theological Seminary NY - 1894 (a)
Graduate Drew Theological Seminary NJ - 1895 (b)
Entered Western Nebraska Conference - 1895 (b)

Married - May 18, 1898, Broken Bow, NE to Murtie May (Chapel) (b. Mar 8, 1874 Lincoln, NE d. Feb 22, 1946 Waukegan, IL)

Naturalized - May 22, 1902 Thedford, Thomas Co, NE (c)

Children -
Anna G. - b. June 13, 1899 NE
Lorena M. - b. Nov 29, 1900 NE d. Sep 2, 1992 Mineola, Wood Co, TX (never married)
Mary Nazalia - b. Dec 18, 1903, Harrisburg, Banner Co, NE
m. Nov 26, 1925 Leon Crihfield Robbins, Fort Collins, Laramer Co, CO

Charles Paul - b. Aug 24, 1905 Harrisburg, Banner Co, NE
m. June 26, 1926 1st Era Mae (Johnson) b. Nov 16, 1905 Alamosa, Alamosa Co, CO d. Nov 28, 1978 Santa Fe, NM
m. March 1, 1944 2nd Gladys Lucile (Sands) b. May 11, 1903 Notasulga, Lee Co, AL d. May 1983 Corpus Christi, Nueces Co, TX
d. Oct 1984 Corpus Christi, Nueces Co, TX 
Marcus Hagopian Belian
 
802 marriage source: http://www.rootsweb.com/~arlonoke/marriage_index_i_and_j.htm
JACKSON, E.H. 21 BELL, ADDIE 18 09-MAY-1902 
Addie Bell
 
803 Rose Langley's married name on the 1930 census was Bell. She and her son, James O. Bell, were enumerated with her parents. James Oliver Bell, Sr.
 
804 Inscription copied from her Find-a-Grave memorial page:
Inscription:
"Wife of NW Hopkins"
"Dearest loved spouse have laid thee In the peaceful grace's embrace,
But thy memory shall be cherished Till we see thy heavenly face." 
Sabina C. Bender
 
805 Robbins' book, pg 222: "James E. Benham, b Apr 9, 1842, the first husband of Fatima Wright; employee of C.W.M. Railroad, later Big 4 was killed June 16, 1873. He was a member of Co. I, 33rd Ind. Vol., during the War of the Rebellion and a prisoner in Libbey prison. James Edwin Benham
 
806 Copied from her son Joseph's obit/autobiography:
"My grandfather Jackson was a Scotchman; his wife was a Frenchwoman. My mother’s parents both came from Holland and settled on Long Island near New York City, where my mother was born and lived till she was grown up to womanhood; she then removed to Morris county, New Jersey, where she became acquainted with my father and they were married and lived there until about the year 1780. They removed to Pennsylvania and settled on the Susquehannah river a few mile above Sunbury, the county seat of Northumberland county."

Joseph's obit/autobiography is in the Historical Stories section. 
Jamima Benjamin
 
807 This is the first wife of Oscar Burton Robbins. Zella Deborah Bennet
 
808 1870 Sherman, Calhoun, WV
BENNETT, 32
Hickman...35...Farmer...VA
Angeline...34...Keeping House...VA
Mary...11...VA
Ellison...8...VA
Sarepta...4...WV
John M...1...WV
Lillie May...1...WV

1880 Census Place De Kalb, Gilmer, West Virginia
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Heckman BENNETT Self M Male W 44 WV Farmer VA WV
Angeline BENNETT Wife M Female W 46 WV Keep Hous WV VA
Mary E. BENNETT Dau S Female W 20 WV At Home WV WV
Ellison A. BENNETT Son S Male W 18 WV Farming WV WV
Vashta S. BENNETT Dau S Female W 14 WV At Home WV WV
John N. BENNETT Son S Male W 11 WV At School WV WV
Lilly May BENNETT Dau S Female W 11 WV At School WV WV
Johnson BENNETT Son S Male W 7 WV WV WV
Charles WALKER Other S Male W 27 OH Teacher OH UNK
Source Information:
Family History Library Film 1255402
NA Film Number T9-1402
Page Number 177C

Calhoun, WV Marriages
Groom: BENNETT, E. A.
Age: 30
Birthplace: Gilmer
Parents: Hickman & Angeline
Bride: JACKSON, Estella
Age: 20
Birthplace: Calhoun
Parents: Samuel & Margaret
Marriage date: 14 May 1892

1900 United States Federal Census about E A Bennett
Name:E A Bennett
Age:38
Birth Date:Feb 1862
Birthplace:West Virginia
Home in 1900:Glenville, Gilmer, West Virginia
[Gilmer]
Race: White
Gender: Male
Relation to Head of House:Head
Marital Status:Married
Spouse's Name: Estell M Bennett
Marriage Year:1892
Years Married:8
Father's Birthplace:Virginia
Mother's Birthplace:West Virginia
Occupation:
Neighbors:
Household Members:
Name Age
E A Bennett 38
Estell M Bennett 28
Nellie Bennett 7
Mabel Bennett 3
Katie Bennett 1/12
Lummie Isenheart25

1910 United States Federal Census about Ellis A Bennett
Name:Ellis A Bennett
Age in 1910:48
Birth Year:abt 1862
[1862]
Birthplace:West Virginia
Home in 1910:Center, Gilmer, West Virginia
Race:White
Gender: Male
Relation to Head of House:Self (Head)
[Head]
Marital Status:Married
Spouse's Name: Estelle M Bennett
Father's Birthplace:West Virginia
Mother's Birthplace:West Virginia
Neighbors:
Household Members:
Name Age
Ellis A Bennett 48
Estelle M Bennett 38
Nellie G Bennett 17
Mabel Bennett 13
Ruth M Bennett 9
Harry W Bennett 7
Beatrice Bennett 2

1920 United States Federal Census about Ellas A Bennett
Name:Ellas A Bennett
Age:58
Birth Year:abt 1862
Birthplace:West Virginia
Home in 1920:Sherman, Calhoun, West Virginia
Race: White
Gender: Male
Relation to Head of House:Head
Marital Status:Married
Spouse's Name: Estelle M Bennett
Father's Birthplace:West Virginia
Mother's Birthplace:West Virginia
Home owned:Own
Able to read:Yes
Able to Write:Yes
Neighbors:
Household Members:
Name Age
Ellas A Bennett 58
Estelle M Bennett 48
Ruth M Bennett 19
Harrie W Bennett 17
Pauline Bennett 12
Madeline Bennett7
Samuel Jackson 77

1930 United States Federal Census about Ellis A Bennett
Name: Ellis A Bennett
Gender: Male
Birth Year:abt 1863
Birthplace:West Virginia
Race: White
Home in 1930:Clarksburg, Harrison, West Virginia
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Marital Status:Married
Relation to Head of House:Head
Spouse's Name: Estelle M Bennett
Father's Birthplace:West Virginia
Mother's Birthplace:West Virginia
Occupation:
Education:
Military service:
Rent/home value:
Age at first marriage:
Parents' birthplace:
View image
Neighbors:
Household Members:
Name Age
Ellis A Bennett 67
Estelle M Bennett 57
Pauline B Bennett21
Madeline E Bennett16 
Ellison A. 'Bud' Bennett
 
809 The Biographies project of Barbour Co., has his name as Jacob Ezra. Ezra James Bennett
 
810 1880 Census Pl: Barker, Barbour, WV FHL 1255399 p. 63B
Generd W. Bennett 27 VA VA VA farmer
Jemima C. wife 23 VA VA VA
Malina M. dau 4 WV
Mollie Va. dau 3 WV
Levi L. son 1 WV
(note that General is his given name. He could not have earned the title of "General" by age 27. He is also listed as General W. Bennett on his son's birth record at WV Vital Records Online. 
General Worth Bennett
 
811 See the Research article on Hannah (Bennett) Jackson by Mr. Jeff Carr, on the Conflicting Data Page. See also note below.

Obit: Mrs. Hannah Jackson
Mrs. Hannah, wife of William Jackson and mother of Rev. W. B. Jackson, of the Cincinnati conference, died at the residence of her son, Jacob Jackson, in Warren County O., February 20, 1855, in the seventy-sixth year of her age. Her maiden name was Bennett; her mother was an Ellsworth, daughter of Moses Ellsworth, spoken of in the "Life of James Quinn," and called "the pious patriarch," of an "extensive pious and amiable family." She was born in Pendleton county, Va, and her mother died when she was an infant. She was taken and raised by her grandparents, Harrison County, Va, where she was united in marriage with the husband who still survives. Hence she had the advantage of the pious instructions of her grandfather and mother Ellsworth and was early taught the precepts of the Gospel of Christ. She sought salvation in the means of grace, and powerfully converted to God, while engaged in secret prayer. She then labored for the good of others and soon her husband was brought up to knowledge of the truth, and she with her husband united with the Methodist Episcopal Church, and was faithful while she lived. She was zealous, patient and persevering in her Christian duties; she loved all the means of grace, especially those of secret prayer, love-feast, and class meetings, and as long as health permitted she was found in the house of God; she was one of those quiet Christians who never shouted, yet took great delight and found much consolation in singing the songs of Zion-there was great melody in her voice; she had many of our best hymns and sweetest spiritual songs committed to memory and could always find something appropriate to sing to suit every condition of the Christian in this life. One of those sweet spiritual songs that she used to sing frequently, while tears would bedew her cheeks, that seemed to express the true sentiments of her heart, is in part as follows:
"Come and taste along with me, The weary pilgrim's consolation, Boundless mercy, full and free, The earnest of complete salvation. Joy and peace in Christ I find, My heart to him is all resigned; The fullness of his power I prove, And all my soul dissolves in love, Jesus is the pilgrim's portion, Love is boundless like the ocean.
When the world or flesh would rise, And strive to draw me from my Savior; Strangers slight or friends despise, I then more highly prize his favor. Friends believe me when I tell, If Christ is present all is well, The world and flesh in rain arise. I all their efforts can despise. In the world I've tribulation But in Christ sweet consolation.
When I'm in the house of prayer, I find him in the congregation; Music sweet unto my ear, Is the glad sound of free salvation. When I join to sing his praise, My heart in holy rapture raise; I view Immanuel's land afar, And shout and wish my spirit there; Glory, honor, and salvation, What I feel is past expression."

She loved and read the Bible much, and was familiar with its teachings. She was sound in Methodist theory. She taught her children, aided by her husband, both by precept and example, to seek a home in heaven, and she labored not in vain. She lived to see all her children happily converted to God, but one. She has seven children living, and four have passed into the spirit land. Her death was that of the righteous. May God bless and save all her posterity in heaven is my prayer.
J. BOTKIN -------------------------------

The History of Warren County Ohio, Part VI Biographical Sketches - Salem Township pg 1024 gives a different date and place of birth for Hannah. In the bio of Wm. Ireland, it mentions the parents of Jemima Jackson, Wm's wife. It says "Hannah Bennett, a native of Maryland, born Dec. 25, 1779."

Matella Prickett Doughman states in her 1935 publication "The descendants of William Jackson and Hannah Bennett are eligible to D.A.R. membership through Moses Ellsworth. . . It is stated that Mary Hinckle or Hinkle, wife of Moses Ellsworth, has Revolutionary War ancestor, in her father. Mrs. Edythe H. Whitacre, London (Ohio) has proofs." 
Hannah Bennett
 
812 The West Virginia Vital Records Online actual image of the record has her name as Henrietta Virginia Bonnett. A Henry D. Bonnett performed the ceremony. This may be a copy of and mis-reading of the original records. Henrietta Virginia Bennett
 
813 In 1830 Perry Co., there was a Thomas Bennett shown on thecensus records, could be a brother to Jesse. Jesse Bennett
 
814 From OBR, page 256, "John Wilson Bennett is a first cousin to Zella Deborah Bennett." John Wilson Bennett
 
815 Submitted to the West Virginia Biographies Project by: Valerie & Tommy Crook vfcrook@earthlink.net July 16, 2000 ******************************************************************
The History of West Virginia, Old and New
Published 1923, The American Historical Society, Inc.,
Chicago and New York, Volume III,
pg. 501-502
Barbour

LEE L. BENNETT. In the thriving little industrial city of Belington, Barbour County, a substantial concern that is contributing distinctly to the commercial prestige of the city is that of the Belington Handle Manufacturing Company, of which Mr. Bennett is the president. His birth occurred in Valley District, this county, March 28, 1879. He is a scion of one of the old and well known families of Barbour County, his father, Worth Bennett, was born near Mount Hebron Church, and his remains rest in the little churchyard there. He was a farmer and stone-mason, and was but thirty-seven years of age at the time of his death.

He married Jemima C. Zirkle, and of the children of this union four are living: Malinda May, wife of Lee Kesling, of Upshur County; Lee L., of this review; Worth Gordon, of Hall, Barbour County; and Jacob Ezra, of Richwood, Nicholas County. The mother became the wife of Jacob Campbell, and their one child is Ruth V., wife of Walter Fallen, of Bingamon, Marion County. After the death of her second husband Mrs. Campbell became the wife of Cassius Skidmore, and they reside on a farm near Hall, Barbour County.

Levi Bennett. grandfather of the subject of this sketch, was a native of one of the more eastern counties of Virginia and he became one of the pioneer farmers of Barbour County, where he died at an advanced age, his remains being interred in the cemetery of Mount Hebron Church. The maiden name of his wife was Malinda Campbell, and they reared a fine family of twelve children: James, Baxter, Worth, Aaron, Preston, Charles, Henson, Mrs. Hannah Layman, Mrs. Minerva Stevens, Mrs. Jane Martina, Miss Louvisa and Mrs. Estella Burner.

When Lee L. Bennett was a lad of twelve years the family removed to a farm near Buckhannon, Upshur County, where he grew to manhood, his educational advantages having been those of the local schools. He was twelve years old when his father died, and he then began to aid in the care and support of his young widowed mother by obtaining work in a planing mill, his compensation at the start having been 50 cents a day. He gained practical experience in this connection and that which followed while he was employed in a chair factory at Buckhannon. After the factory was destroyed by fire he entered the employ of owners of the Loudin Planing Mill, and in this connection he virtually served a regular apprenticeship. Later he was employed as planer feeder in a mill at Heaters, Braxton County, where he remained two years. He then became a planer feeder in the mill of A. G. Giffin at Buckhannon, and in this connection he made the interior spouting for the present flour mill at Weston. While thus engaged at Buckhannon Mr Bennett married and established his first independent home. Later he passed two years as foreman for the Pardee & Curtin Lumber Company at Sutton, Braxton County, and thereafter he took charge of the Pettit Mill at Heaters, in which village his first child was born. After a year at Heaters he engaged in independent business at Buckhannon, where he became associated with J. L. Henry and Ora E. Travis in the purchase of a well established planing mill. A year later Mr. Bennett sold his interest in this enterprise and removed to Belington, Barbour County, where he organized the Belington Planing Mill Company, the stock of the corporation having been held almost entirely by himself and E. T. Pritchard. Mr. Bennett became president of the company and general manager of the plant, while Mr. Pritchard, a skilled carpenter, assumed supervision of the building contract work assumed by the company. After three years Mr. Bennett sold his interest and engaged in the saw-mill industry, with mills in several localities in Barbour and Randolph counties, where he manufactured hardwood lumber for local use and also for shipment to accessible market points. In February, 1909, Mr. Bennett organized the Belington Handle Manufacturing Company, which was incorporated with a capital stock of $10,000, and his associates in which were E. A. Barte, E. S. Dawson, A. Lazarus and W. S. Shurtleff. He has since acquired the interests of all of these original stockholders except Mr. Dawson, who is vice president of the company, Mannah E. Stalnaker being now secretary of the corporation. The enterprise was established for the purpose primarily of manufacturing handles for coal and clay picks, but the business has since been expanded to include the production of a comprehensive line of tool handles, besides which the planing mill operated by the company is an important part of the enterprise, material being obtained from sawmill plants in the surrounding districts. The company has developed an appreciable export trade, and it is interesting to record that some of the handles manufactured at this plant were utilized by the English Government in the trench activities at the front in the late World war. The company has recently acquired the Scrimegeour Brothers' franchise for light and power at Belington, and is now supplying the city with these utilities, a gas engine and dynamo having been installed at the plant, which is one of ninety-horse power.

Mr. Bennett and Mr. Dawson are associated also in the operation of a profitable ginseng garden on Laurel Mountain, the product being shipped to New York City. Mr. Bennett is identified also with farm enterprise and with the supplying of limestone for road-building. He has supplied crushed stone for the wearing course of about thirteen miles of hard-surface road in Barbour and Randolph counties. He has served three terms as mayor of Belington. He is a republican in politics, and is affiliated with the Knights of Pythias and the Modern Woodmen of America.

July 8, 1897, recorded the marriage of Mr. Bennett and Quetty Kesling, a daughter of Gideon and Matilda (Westfall) Kesling, of Upshur County. Mrs. Bennett passed to eternal rest in October, 1901, and is survived by one daughter, Geneva, who is the wife of Dorman C. Booth and whose three children are Leon, Gertrude and Thelma. In October, 1903, Mr. Bennett wedded Miss Gertrude Hoff, who was born and reared in Barbour County and who is a daughter of Orlando P. and Martha (Hall) Hoff. Mr. and Mrs. Bennett have three children: Paul, Oletha and Stewart.

The family home is an attactive and most modern bungalow that was erected by Mr. Bennett, who has erected other buildings at Belington, including that of the Graham business liouse and also the Holbert & Bennett garage.

Source: http://wileygenealogy.com/~usbios/bios/wv/barbour/bennettle.txt 
Lee Lewis Bennett
 
816 Leota “Jakey” Swiger, 75 - Grantsville

(08/22/2008)
Leota “Jakey” Swiger, 75, of Grantsville, West Virginia died Thursday, August 21, 2008 at Camden-Clark Memorial Hospital, Parkersburg.
She was born December 26, 1932 in Calhoun County, a daughter of the late Ira and Julia Sidwell Bennett.

She is survived by a daughter, Roberta Law of Belmont, WV; son-in-law, Robert Law of Grantsville, WV; and her caregivers, Linda, Connie, Anna and Brenda.

She is preceded in death by her first husband, Millard Lott, second husband, Charles Swiger, and an infant son, Millard E. Lott; 2 brothers, and one sister.

She was a member of the New Testament Baptist Church, Big Springs, WV.

Funeral services will be held 12-noon Saturday, August 23, 2008 at Stump Funeral Home, Grantsville. Rev. Matt Morrison will officiate. Interment will be in Bethel Cemetery, Grantsville.

Visitation will be held from 10 a.m. Saturday until the time of service.

Obit appeared in the Hur Herald 
Leota 'Jakey' Bennett
 
817 The following Note provided by Bob Mitchell:
Was not living with mother and father in 1870, probably married. 
Mary D. Bennett
 
818 West Virginia, Marriages Index, 1785-1971 about Nellie G Bennett
Name: Nellie G Bennett
Gender: Female
Birth Date: abt 1892
Birth Place: Calhoun County, West Virginia
Age: 21
Spouse's Name: Howard C Bell
Spouse Gender: Male
Spouse Age: 33
Spouse Birth Place: Gilmer County, West Virginia
Marriage Date: 14 Dec 1913
Marriage Place: Gilmer, West Virginia
Marital Status: Single

1920 United States Federal Census about Nellie Bell
Name: Nellie Bell
Age: 27
Birth Year: abt 1893
Birthplace: West Virginia
Home in 1920: Stealey Heights, Harrison, West Virginia
Race: White
Gender: Female
Relation to Head of House: Wife
Marital Status: Married
Spouse's Name: H C Bell
Father's Birthplace: United States
[United States of America]
Mother's Birthplace: United States
[United States of America]
Able to read: Yes
Able to Write: Yes
Neighbors: View others on page
Household Members:
Name Age
H C Bell 40
Nellie Bell 27
Leon Bell 5

1930 United States Federal Census about Nellie B Bell
Name: Nellie B Bell
Gender: Female
Birth Year: abt 1893
Birthplace: West Virginia
Race: White
Home in 1930: Clarksburg, Harrison, West Virginia
View Map
Marital Status: Married
Relation to Head of House: Wife
Spouse's Name: Howard C Bell
Father's Birthplace: West Virginia
Mother's Birthplace: West Virginia
Occupation:

Education:

Military service:

Rent/home value:

Age at first marriage:

Parents' birthplace:

View image
Neighbors: View others on page
Household Members:
Name Age
Howard C Bell 50
Nellie B Bell 37
Leon B Bell 15

1940 United States Federal Census about Nellie Bell
Name: Nellie Bell
Respondent: Yes
Age: 47
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1893
Gender: Female
Race: White
Birthplace: West Virginia
Marital Status: Married
Relation to Head of House: Wife
Home in 1940: Clarksburg, Harrison, West Virginia
View Map
Street: Maynotia
House Number: 168
Inferred Residence in 1935: Clarksburg, Harrison, West Virginia
Residence in 1935: Same Place
Sheet Number: 13A
Occupation: Teacher
Attended School or College: No
Highest Grade Completed: College, 4th year
Hours Worked Week Prior to Census: 40
Class of Worker: Wage or salary worker in private work
Weeks Worked in 1939: 36
Income: 1170
Income Other Sources: No
Neighbors: View others on page
Household Members:
Name Age
Howard Bell 60
Nellie Bell 47
Leon Bell 25

1900 United States Federal Census about Howard C Bell
Name: Howard C Bell
[Howard E Bell]
Age: 20
Birth Date: Mar 1880
Birthplace: West Virginia
Home in 1900: De Kalb, Gilmer, West Virginia
[Gilmer]
Race: White
Gender: Male
Relation to Head of House: Cousin
Marital Status: Single
Father's Birthplace: Virginia
Mother's Birthplace: West Virginia
Occupation: View on Image
Neighbors: View others on page
Household Members:
Name Age
John S Bell 29
Dion Bell 27
Brook Bell 1
James L Bell 26
Howard C Bell 20
George W Cain 23

West Virginia, Marriages Index, 1785-1971 about Robert E Davis
Name: Robert E Davis
Gender: Male
Birth Date: abt 1875
Birth Place: Gilmer County, West Virginia
Age: 24
Spouse's Name: Ida M Beall
Spouse Gender: Female
Spouse Age: 22
Spouse Birth Place: Gilmer County, West Virginia
Marriage Date: 23 Mar 1899
Marriage Place: Gilmer, West Virginia 
Nellie Bennett
 
819 The Hur Herald and WV Vital Records lists that she died in a house fire with her daugther, Marie Estelle.

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Transcribed by Norma Knotts Shaffer from microfilm of the Calhoun Chronicle dated 5/6/1943. (05/18/2001)

Home Fire Claims Two Lives in 1943

Two Die in Fire at Home in Pleasant Hill

Mrs. Dennis Wease and Daughter, Estell, Perish; Father Burned

Mrs. Dennis Wease and her nine-year-old daughter, Estell, were burned to death in a fire which destroyed their farm home near Pleasant Hill early Monday morning. Three other members of the family escaped the flames.

Dennis Wease, the husband and father of the tragedy victims, escaped the burning two-story frame home but was seriously burned and is now in a Parkersburg hospital, recovering. Two other children of high school age, Oleta and Donzil, also escaped without severe burns from their flaming home.

The home, located about five miles out of Grantsville on the Pleasant Hill ridge, was at the point of collapse when the fire was discovered. It was said that all were nearly safe but through confusion the mother and child went back into the flaming mass to meet their death. Mr. Wease received his burns trying to rescue them. All household possessions were destroyed by the fire.

The origin of the fire is unknown; although one theory advanced is that the house was struck by a bolt of lightning during a severe electrical storm Monday morning and the members of the family did not awaken until the fire had an unextinguishable start.

The bodies of the victims were recovered from the embers of the house several hours after the tragedy and were removed to the Stump Funeral Home in Grantsville. Plans have not yet been made for funeral rites but will be extended until the recovery of Mr. Wease.

The Wease family is well known in Calhoun county, Mr. Wease being a prominent oil well rig builder and contractor. Mrs. Wease is the daughter of Budd Bennett of the same community. 
Ruth M Bennett
 
820 Listed as Madeline E Bennett in 1930 census Thelma Elizabeth Madeline Bennett
 
821 Research of Bob Mitchell:
"Deed Book 13, Page 139, dtd 3 Dec 1849 'William H. Bennett & wife to Griffin Avitt, Power of Atty--W.H. & wife, Temperance, formerly Temperance Jackson of Co. of Decatur, State of TN to receive for us a sum of money in the hands of Darling Rushing, guardian of said Temperance Jackson $200 more or less her portion in the estate of John Jackson deceased late of Union County, NC. Attest: William G.Rushing/John Garrett.' This record proves Temperance was a daughter of John Jackson and therefore John Jackson was the husband of Rebecca Rushing. Temperance and her husband William H. Bennett were living in Decaturville, Decatur Co., Tennessee in 1850." 
William H. Bennett
 
822 The following Note provided by Bob Mitchell:
Family oral history has it that William Bennett left DecaturCounty for a short time and then returned. When he returned Temperance, his former girl friend had married another man. The story is told that William told James Holden Jackson, Temperance's brother, that if she would leave the other man he (William) would marry her. Apparently this occurred and they remained married until death, raising quite a large family in Obion County, Tennessee. In 1850 while living in Decatur Co., TN, William lists his occupation as Merchant. In 1870 while living in Obion Co., TN he is a farmer. 
William Henry Bennett
 
823 The parents of Mattie Stout Booth are listed on Mattie's death certificate as "W. M. Stout and Ida Benson". But the Ida was an abreviation because the death certificate of Indiana Benson Booth gives her full name. Her parents were James Benson and Margaret Trimble Benson, both born in Virginia. Indiana Benson
 
824 next hh: is David's son from his first marriage:
1900 Dist 36, JP 3, Delta Co., Texas
Banthul, Bedford head W M Sept 1874 25 M w/i the yr TX TN TN
Banthul, Lana E. wife W F Dec 1879 20 m w/i the yr TN TN TN

1910 Dist 120 JP 2, Hunt Co., Texas
enumerated 10 April 1910
Benthal, Bedford F. head M W 35 M1 11yrs TX TN TN
Benthal, Lina E. wife F W 29 M1 11yrs 2ch;2lvg TN TN TN
Benthal, Andrew O. son M W 7 S TX TX TN
Benthal, Leona M. dau F W 1 9/12 S OK TX TN

1920 Dist 131, JP2, Hunt Co., Texas
Benthul, Bedford F. Head M W 45 M TX TN TN
Benthul, Lina wife F W 40 M TN TN TN
Benthul, Oliver A. son M W 17 S TX TX TN
Benthul, Leona M. dau F W 11 S OK TX TN
Benthul, Herman F. son M W 8 S TX TX TN 9 Sep 1913 ? unnamed ch of B F Benthal, Texas birth records
Benthul, Harless E. son M W 6 S TX TX TN

World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918
Name: Bedford Forest Benthul
City: Kingston County: Hunt State: Texas
Birth Date: 30 Sep 1874 Race: White
Roll: 1953769 DraftBoard: 2
Date of Registration 12 Sep 1918
Occupation: Farmer
Nearest Relative: Mary Emeline Benthul
I, Janie, am thinking that is his wife's full name as she is called 'Lina' on the census records.

1930 Census Dist 14, Precinct 2, Hunt Co., Texas
Benthal, Bedford F. head M W 54 M@25 TX US TX
Benthal, Lina E. wife F W 50 M@21 TN TN TN
Benthal, Leona M. dau F W 21 S TX TX TN
Benthal, Herman F. son M W 18 S TX TX TN
Benthal, Harless E. son M W 16 S TX TX TN
Benthal, Clyde H. son M W 10 S TX TX TN 
Bedford Forest Benthal
 
825 1850 Census Dist 9, Madison Co., Tennessee
enumerated 5 Oct 1850
Daniel Benthal 27 M TN
Catherine Benthal 22 F TN
David A. Benthal 1 TN
Jesse Jackson 23 M TN

Info from Barbara Crumpton: Sep 1853 Elisha Jackson and Isaac H. Mason; Securities:
David Jackson administrators bond on estate of Daniel Benthal, decd. Madison, TN, now Crockett TN.

David was Catherine's father. 
Daniel Benthal
 
826 1850 Census Dist 9, Madison Co., Tennessee
enumerated 5 Oct 1850
Daniel Benthal 27 M TN
Catherine Benthal 22 F TN
*David A. Benthal 1 TN
Jesse Jackson 23 M TN

From Barbara Crumpton: "There is 18 Jul 1877 Delta, TX minors index on Bedford F. and Catherine R. Banthel". She suspects these are David Benthal's children. Barbara also supplied David's middle name.

Later research has found a Jackson/Carrell private chart listing the children of David and S. F. Little as:
Bedford Forest Benthal and Catherine R. Benthal with no dates or sources. From the above I would assume their birthdates as being between 1872 and 1877 and probably both born in Delta Co., Texas.

1900 Dist 36, JP 3, Delta Co., Texas
Banthul, D. A. head W M July 1850 49 M20yrs TN NC TN (1850 not right)
Banthul, Betsy wife W F month blank 1838 62 M20yrs zero ch;0 lvg SC SC SC
White, Monroe Boarder W M Dec 1871 28 S TX MS MS (Monroe later married David's niece, Mattie Carrell)

next hh: is David's son from his first marriage:
Banthul, Bedford head W M Sept 1874 25 M w/i the yr TX TN TN
Banthul, Lana E. wife W F Dec 1879 20 m w/i the yr TN TN TN 
David Andrew Benthal
 
827 Trellys Erwin gives a birthdate for Martha of 20 Nov 1852 which may be more correct than the estimated birthdate based on the 1860 census. I will accept that.

1880 Census Precinct 3, Delta, Texas
Joseph CORROLL Self M Male W 25 MS Farmer SC SC
*Martha CORROLL Wife M Female W 26 TN Keeping House TN TN
Mary J. CORROLL Dau S Female W 5 TX MS TN
Lillie E. CORROLL Dau S Female W 2 TX MS TN
Mitilda CORROLL Dau S Female W 7M TX MS TN
Elisha JACKSON BroL S Male W 15 TX TN TN
Family History Library Film 1255300
NA Film Number T9-1300
Page Number 496C

Barbara Crumpton states that Martha shared in the estate of grandfather, David Jackson. Also in father Jesse's estate:
9 May 1885 John R. / Eliz. Jackson, Elisha/Violia Jackson and J. H. / Martha Carrell all of Delta to John W. Jackson. Their percent in David Jackson estate Delta, TX DB J/11

1900 Census Dist 36, JP3, Delta Co., Texas
Carroll, J. H. head W M Mar 1854 46 M27yrs MS SC SC
Carroll, Marthy Ann wife W F Nov 1855 45 M27yrs 7ch/living ch illegible TN TN TN
Carroll, Thos. J. son W M July 1881 18 S TX MS TN
Carroll, Catherine J. dau W F Aug 1884 15 S TX MS TN
Carroll, Arthur A. son W M Sept 1888 11 S TX MS TN
Carroll, John Wesly son W M June 1892 7 S TX MS TN 
Martha Benthal
 
828 1910 Census Dist 0225, Lewiston, Nez Perce Co., Idaho
Bentley, Elbert E. Head M W 33 M 11yrs IN Canada IN RR Brakeman
Bentley, Bena M. wife F W 32 M 11yrs 2ch/1 lvg IN IN TX
Bentley, Floyd son M W 8 NE IN IN

1920 Census Dist 429, Hillsboro, Washington Co., Oregon
Bentley, Elbert E. head M W 44 M IN Canada-English IN railroad conductor
Bentley, Lena M. wife F W 42 M IN IN TX
Bentley, Floyd E. son M W 18 S NE IN IN
Bentley, Gladys dau F W 9 S ID IN IN
Bentley, Earl son M W 4 S OR IN IN
Bentley, Elbert W. son M W 2 S OR IN IN

1930 Census Dist 34, Hillsboro, Washington Co., Oregon
Bentley, Albert E. Head M W 53 IN Canada-Eng IN conductor Southern Pacific
Bentley, Lena M. wife F W 51 IN IN TX
Bentley, Floyd E. son M W 28 NE IN IN
Bentley, Earl son M W 14 OR IN IN
Bentley, Elbert son M W 12 OR IN IN
Bentley, Gladys F. dau F W 19 OR IN IN

Oregon, Death Index, 1898-2008
about Elbert E Bentley
Name: Elbert E Bentley
Death Date: 13 Sep 1953
Death Place: Washington
Spouse: Lena
Certificate: 10766 
Elbert Elijah Bentley
 
829 1910 Census Dist 0225, Lewiston, Nez Perce Co., Idaho
Bentley, Elbert E. Head M W 33 M 11yrs IN Canada IN RR Brakeman
Bentley, Bena M. wife F W 32 M 11yrs 2ch/1 lvg IN IN TX
Bentley, Floyd son M W 8 NE IN IN

1920 Census Dist 429, Hillsboro, Washington Co., Oregon
Bentley, Elbert E. head M W 44 M IN Canada-English IN railroad conductor
Bentley, Lena M. wife F W 42 M IN IN TX
Bentley, Floyd E. son M W 18 S NE IN IN
Bentley, Gladys dau F W 9 S ID IN IN
Bentley, Earl son M W 4 S OR IN IN
Bentley, Elbert W. son M W 2 S OR IN IN

1930 Census Dist 34, Hillsboro, Washington Co., Oregon
Bentley, Albert E. Head M W 53 IN Canada-Eng IN conductor Southern Pacific
Bentley, Lena M. wife F W 51 IN IN TX
Bentley, Floyd E. son M W 28 NE IN IN
Bentley, Earl son M W 14 OR IN IN
Bentley, Elbert son M W 12 OR IN IN
Bentley, Gladys F. dau F W 19 OR IN IN 
Floyd Eugene Bentley
 
830 Montana, County Marriages, 1865-1950 at familysearch.org
name: Florian Mills
event: Marriage
event date: 07 Jul 1933
event place: Bozeman, Gallatin, Montana
age: 28
marital status: Divorced
race: White
birthplace: Vernonia, Columbia, Oregon
estimated birth year: 1905
father: Clive A. Mills
mother: Alma L. Throop
spouse: Gladys F. Bentley
spouse's age: 22
spouse's marital status: Single
spouse's race: White
spouse's birthplace: Spirit Lake, Kootenai, Idaho
spouse's estimated birth year: 1911
spouse's father: Elbert M. Bentley
spouse's mother: Lena M. Wright
volume/page/certificate number: cn 5639
digital folder number: 4351471

1920 Census Dist 429, Hillsboro, Washington Co., Oregon
Bentley, Elbert E. head M W 44 M IN Canada-English IN railroad conductor
Bentley, Lena M. wife F W 42 M IN IN TX
Bentley, Floyd E. son M W 18 S NE IN IN
Bentley, Gladys dau F W 9 S ID IN IN
Bentley, Earl son M W 4 S OR IN IN
Bentley, Elbert W. son M W 2 S OR IN IN

1930 Census Dist 34, Hillsboro, Washington Co., Oregon
Bentley, Albert E. Head M W 53 IN Canada-Eng IN conductor Southern Pacific
Bentley, Lena M. wife F W 51 IN IN TX
Bentley, Floyd E. son M W 28 NE IN IN
Bentley, Earl son M W 14 OR IN IN
Bentley, Elbert son M W 12 OR IN IN
Bentley, Gladys F. dau F W 19 OR IN IN 
Gladys Fern Bentley
 
831 From the book: Pioneer Life on the Bay of Quinte, "Wilson Bentley was a Lawyer" Wilson Bentley
 
832 1910 United States Federal Census about George T Bergen

Name: George T Bergen
[George E Bergen]
Age in 1910:40
Birth Year:1870
Birthplace:Minnesota
Home in 1910:Township 8, Fresno, California
Race:White
Gender: Male
Relation to Head of House:Head
Marital Status:Married
Spouse's Name: Florence L Bergen
Father's Birthplace:Indiana
Mother's Birthplace:New York
Neighbors:View others on page
Household Members:
Name Age
George T Bergen 40
Florence L Bergen38
Theodore H Bergen7
Mary E Fee 70 (m-i-l)
May L Fee 40 (s-i-l)

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1920 United States Federal Census about Albert Bergen

Name:Albert Bergen
Age:9
Birth Year:abt 1911
Birthplace:California
Home in 1920:Long Beach, Los Angeles, California
Race:White
Gender: Male
Relation to Head of House:Grandson
Marital Status:Single
Father's Name:George E Bergen
Father's Birthplace:Minnesota
Mother's Name: Florence L Bergen
Mother's Birthplace:Iowa
Able to read:Yes
Able to Write:Yes
Neighbors:
Household Members:
Name Age
Marie E Fee 79
May L Fee 49
George E Bergen 49
Florence L Bergen 49
[47]
Theodore H Bergen 17
Albert Bergen 9
Albert L Gooden 57
Eunna T Gooden 54

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1930 United States Federal Census about Geo E Bergen

Name:Geo E Bergen
Gender: Male
Birth Year:abt 1871
Birthplace:Minnesota
Race:White
Home in 1930:Azusa, Los Angeles, California
View Map
Marital Status:Married
Relation to Head of House:Head
Spouse's Name: Florence Bergen
Father's Birthplace:Indiana
Mother's Birthplace:New York
Occupation:
Education:
Military service:
Rent/home value:
Age at first marriage:
Parents' birthplace:
View image
Neighbors:
Household Members:
Name Age
Geo E Bergen 59
Florence Bergen 58
Theodore Bergen27
Albert Bergen 19

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940 United States Federal Census about George E Bergen

Name:George E Bergen
Age:69
Estimated Birth Year:abt 1871
Gender: Male
Race:White
Birthplace:Minnesota
Marital Status:Married
Relation to Head of House:Head
Home in 1940:Monrovia, Los Angeles, California
View Map
Street:Orange Avenue
House Number: 1031
Farm:No
Inferred Residence in 1935:Monrovia, Los Angeles, California
Residence in 1935:Same House
Sheet Number:1A
Number of Household in Order of Visitation: 9
Occupation:Feed Merchant
House Owned or Rented: Owned
Value of Home or Monthly Rental if Rented: 3200
Attended School or College: No
Highest Grade Completed: High School, 4th year
Hours Worked Week Prior to Census: 48
Class of Worker: Working on own account
Weeks Worked in 1939: 52
Income: 0
Income Other Sources:Yes
Neighbors:
Household Members:
Name Age
George E Bergen 69
Florence L Bergen68 
George E. Bergen
 
833 1910 Census Dist 0073, Justice Precinct 8, Milam Co., Texas
Berry, John A. Head M W 38 M1 for 16yrs TX USA USA
Berry, Irene Wife F W 34 M1 for 16yrs 6ch/6 lvg AL AL AL
Berry, Sanford son M W 14 S TX TX AL
Berry, Wilford son M W 10 S TX TX AL
Berry, Leo son M W 8 S TX TX AL
Berry, Obie son M W 6 S TX TX AL
Berry, Luther son M W 3 S TX TX AL
Berry, Connie dau F W 7/12 S TX TX AL 
Connie Irene Berry
 
834 Texas Births, 1903-1997 at familysearch.org
Name: Dan Moody Berry
Event Type: Birth
Event Date: 22 Jan 1927
Event Place: Williamson, Texas
Gender: Male
Father's Name: Jesse Sanford Berry
Mother's Name: Ethel Blanche Lawson
Certificate Number:

1930 Census Dist 17, Precinct 4, Milam Co., Texas
Berry, J. S. Head M W 34 M@19 TX TX TX Clerk - Own Store
Berry, Ethel Wife W 36 M@20 TX KY KY
Berry, John Matt son M W 11 S TX TX TX
Berry, Hazel Nell F W 6 S TX TX TX
Berry, Dan Moody M W 3 3/12 S TX TX TX

1940 Census Houston, Harris Co., Texas
Berry, Jesse S. Head M W 44 M TX filling station attendant (gasoline)
Berry, Ethel B. Wife F W 46 M TX seamstress
Berry, Dan M. son M W 13 S TX
Berry, Billie J. son M W 9 S TX
Berry, Melba dau F W 3 S TX
Holton, Hazel dau F W 16 M TX
Holton, Lybron W. son-in-law M W 24 M TX same place, steam RR car man
The Berry family was living in 1935 in Grimes Co., Texas; the son-in-law in Harris Co.

U.S., Social Security Death Index, 1935-Current at ancestry.com
Name: Dan M. Berry
SSN: 461-28-4484
Born: 22 Jan 1927
Died: 11 Aug 1991
State (Year) SSN issued: Texas 
Dan Moody Berry
 
835 "Texas, Birth Index, 1903-1997"
Name: Danise Blanche Berry
Event Type: Birth
Event Date: 21 May 1957
Event Place: Guadalupe, Texas
Gender: Female
Father's Name: Dan Moody Berry
Mother's Name: Peggy Joyce Brannies
Certificate Number: 
Danise Blanche Berry
 
836 "Texas, Birth Index, 1903-1997"
Name: Danny Jay Berry
Event Type: Birth
Event Date: 29 Aug 1959
Event Place: Guadalupe, Texas
Gender: Male
Father's Name: Dan Moody Berry
Mother's Name: Peggy Joyce Brannies
Certificate Number: 
Danny Jay Berry
 
837 1930 Census Dist 17, Precinct 4, Milam Co., Texas
Berry, J. S. Head M W 34 M@19 TX TX TX Clerk - Own Store
Berry, Ethel Wife W 36 M@20 TX KY KY
Berry, John Matt son M W 11 S TX TX TX
Berry, Hazel Nell F W 6 S TX TX TX
Berry, Dan Moody M W 3 3/12 S TX TX TX

1940 Census Houston, Harris Co., Texas
Berry, Jesse S. Head M W 44 M TX filling station attendant (gasoline)
Berry, Ethel B. Wife F W 46 M TX seamstress
Berry, Dan M. son M W 13 S TX
Berry, Billie J. son M W 9 S TX
Berry, Melba dau F W 3 S TX
Holton, Hazel dau F W 16 M TX
Holton, Lybron W. son-in-law M W 24 M TX same place, steam RR car man
The Berry family was living in 1935 in Grimes Co., Texas; the son-in-law in Harris Co.

Texas, Marriages, 1966-2010"
Name: Stuart Wallace Chalmers
Name Suffix:
Event Type: Marriage
Event Date: 21 Jun 1968
Event Place: Harris, Texas, United States
Age: 51
Birth Year (Estimated): 1917
Spouse's Name: Hazel Jenell Berry
Spouse's Age: 44
Spouse's Birth Year (Estimated): 1924
Certificate Number: 055213
Affiliate County Code: 101 
Hazel Nell Berry
 
838 Obituary found at http://www.geocities.com/milamco/milam-975ber.htm
BERRY, Jessie S. of Thorndale & LaPorte. Age 66. Died 12/26/1969 (Thursday) having suffered a heart attack. Services held at Pat H. Foley Chapel of the Chimes in Houston. Burial in the Brookside Memorial Park, Houston. Rev. Ray Turner and Rev. Bob Flourney officiated.

BORN 8/01/1899, he was the oldest son of M/M John Berry. Born and reared in the Nile Community. Moved to Houston about 35 years ago and at the time of death was an operator of a Texaco Service Station.

SURVIVORS: Wife, Ethel Lawson Berry, Houston; mother, Irene Berry of Thorndale; 2 daughters, Mrs. W.J. Butterfras of Cypress; Mrs. W.L. Sawyer of Houston; 3 sons, Johnnie Matt and B.J. Berry both of Houston, B.M. Berry of Kenedy; 3 sisters, Mrs. Guy Phillips and Mrs. Bill Reeves of Thorndale, Laura Mae Berry of San Angelo; 4 brothers, O.M. and Leo Berry of Houston; Wilford and Luther Berry of Austin; 14 grandchildren and 6 great-grandchildren. SS Death Benefit on #449-09-4362.
==============
The 1900 Census record has his birthdate recorded as Sept 1896. I have used that date instead of the date in the above obit and Social Security Death record because even the obit says he was the oldest son of John Berry. John's next oldest son was born in July, 1899 and so an Aug 1899 birthdate of the oldest son is impossible. I will use the date on the 1900 Census record.

Jessie's mother's 1965 obit says (Jessie) Sanford was already deceased. Therefore, the above 1969 d/o/d is definitely in error. Yet, 1969 is also on the SSDI.

Jessie was age 66 at death.
Date of death calculated from 1896 birthdate is abt 1962. This is the most likely calculated d/o/d.
Date of death calculated from 1899 birthdate is abt 1965.
Yet the date of death in this obit is 1969.
Birth year calculated 66 years before 1962 is 1896
Birth year calculated 66 years before 1965 is 1899 impossible per date of Wilford's birth
Birth year calculated 66 years before 1969 is 1903 impossible per date of Wilford's birth
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1900 Census Dist 82, Justice Precinct 8, Milam Co., Texas
Berry, John ? head W M Mar 1873 27 M 6yrs TX IL AL
Berry, Irene Wife W F Dec 1877 23 M6yrs 2ch/2 lvg AL AL AL
Berry, George G. son W M Sept 1896 3 TX TX AL
Berry, Wilford R. son W M July 1899 10/12 S TX TX AL
(Jesse S. is indexed as George G. because the handwriting is very difficult to read! The 'S' in the word 'Single' looks very much like a G. Jesse's given name is not much more than a scribble.)

1910 Census Dist 0073, Justice Precinct 8, Milam Co., Texas
Berry, John A. Head M W 38 M1 for 16yrs TX USA USA
Berry, Irene Wife F W 34 M1 for 16yrs 6ch/6 lvg AL AL AL
Berry, Sanford son M W 14 S TX TX AL
Berry, Wilford son M W 10 S TX TX AL
Berry, Leo son M W 8 S TX TX AL
Berry, Obie son M W 6 S TX TX AL
Berry, Luther son M W 3 S TX TX AL
Berry, Connie dau F W 7/12 S TX TX AL

1930 Census Dist 17, Precinct 4, Milam Co., Texas
Berry, J. S. Head M W 34 M@19 TX TX TX Clerk - Own Store
Berry, Ethel Wife W 36 M@20 TX KY KY
Berry, John Matt son M W 11 S TX TX TX
Berry, Hazel Nell F W 6 S TX TX TX
Berry, Dan Moody M W 3 3/12 S TX TX TX

1940 Census Houston, Harris Co., Texas
Berry, Jesse S. Head M W 44 M TX filling station attendant (gasoline)
Berry, Ethel B. Wife F W 46 M TX seamstress
Berry, Dan M. son M W 13 S TX
Berry, Billie J. son M W 9 S TX
Berry, Melba dau F W 3 S TX
Holton, Hazel dau F W 16 M TX
Holton, Lybron W. son-in-law M W 24 M TX same place, steam RR car man
The Berry family was living in 1935 in Grimes Co., Texas; the son-in-law in Harris Co. 
Jesse 'Sanford' Berry
 
839 1900 Census Dist 82, Justice Precinct 8, Milam Co., Texas
Berry, John ? head W M Mar 1873 27 M 6yrs TX IL AL
Berry, Irene wife W F ??? 1877 22 m 6yrs 2ch;2lvg AL AL AL
Berry, Jesse G son W M Sept 1896 3 S TX TX AL
Berry, Wilford R. son W M July 1899 10/12 S TX TX AL

1910 Census Dist 73, Justice Precinct 8, Milam Co., Texas
Berry, John A. head M W 38 M1 16 yrs TX USA USA
Berry, Irene wife F W 34 M1 16 yrs 6ch:6lvg AL AL AL
Berry, Hanford son M W 14 S TX TX AL
Berry, Wilford son M W 10 S TX TX AL
Berry, Leo son M W 8 S TX TX AL
Berry, Obie son M W 6 S TX TX AL
Berry, Luther son M W 3 S TX TX AL

His wife, Irene was a widow when she died in 1966 per Texas Death Index. 
John Albert Berry
 
840 1930 Census Dist 17, Precinct 4, Milam Co., Texas
Berry, J. S. Head M W 34 M@19 TX TX TX Clerk - Own Store
Berry, Ethel Wife W 36 M@20 TX KY KY
Berry, John Matt son M W 11 S TX TX TX
Berry, Hazel Nell F W 6 S TX TX TX
Berry, Dan Moody M W 3 3/12 S TX TX TX

Texas, Deaths (New Index, New Images), 1890-1976 at familysearch.org
Name: John Matt Berry
Event Type: Death
Event Date: 19 Apr 1974
Event Place: Houston, Harris, Texas, United States
Gender: Male
Marital Status: Married
Birth Date: 16 Jun 1918
Birthplace: , Texas
Father's Name: Jessie Sanford Berry
Mother's Name: Ethel Lawson
Certificate Number: 34490
GS Film number: 2243193
Digital Folder Number: 005145718
Image Number: 01837 
John Matt Berry
 
841 Leo's middle name taken from daughter Joyce's birth registration.
Leo Berry was a surviving brother in Jessie S. Berry's 1969 obituary.

1910 Census Dist 0073, Justice Precinct 8, Milam Co., Texas
Berry, John A. Head M W 38 M1 for 16yrs TX USA USA
Berry, Irene Wife F W 34 M1 for 16yrs 6ch/6 lvg AL AL AL
Berry, Sanford son M W 14 S TX TX AL
Berry, Wilford son M W 10 S TX TX AL
Berry, Leo son M W 8 S TX TX AL
Berry, Obie son M W 6 S TX TX AL
Berry, Luther son M W 3 S TX TX AL
Berry, Connie dau F W 7/12 S TX TX AL 
Leo Francis Berry
 
842 Obituary found at http://www.geocities.com/milamco/milam-975ber.htm
BERRY, Lora Mae "Kid" of Taylor. Age 52. Died 12/23/1964 (Tuesday) in a Houston hospital following a lingering illness. Services held (Sat.) in Trinity Methodist Church. Burial in Thorndale Cemetery. Rev. Thomas D. White, assisted by Rev. C.R. Flournoy of Houston. Music furnished by Miss Andra Kay Tucker, pianist and Mrs. Billy C. Graham, singing "Some Day I'll Understand". Forest Park Funeral Home of Houston in charge of arrangements.
She was BORN c.1912 and reared in the Hare Comm., the daughter of M/M. John A. & Irene Berry. Graduate of Thrall High School where she was active in girls' sports.
SURVIVORS: Mother, Mrs. Irene Berry, who resides in a Taylor rest home; 4 brothers, O.M. and Leo Berry of Houston, W.R. and O.L. Berry of Austin; 2 sisters, Mrs. Guy Philips and Mrs. Bill Reeves of Thorndale.

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From Jerry Gross, "Her death certificate states that she was divorced." 
Lora Mae 'Kid' Berry
 
843 Melba Ann Berry, "Texas, Birth Index, 1903-1997"
Name: Melba Ann Berry
Event Type: Birth
Event Date: 01 Oct 1936
Event Place: Harris, Texas
Gender: Female
Father's Name: Jessie Sanford Berry
Mother's Name: Ethel Blanche Lawson
Certificate Number:

U.S., Social Security Death Index, 1935-Current about Melba Ann Butterfras
Name: Melba Ann Butterfras
Last Residence: 77015 Houston, Harris, Texas, USA
Born: 1 Oct 1936
Died: 21 Nov 2007
State (Year) SSN issued: Texas (Before 1951)

1940 Census Houston, Harris Co., Texas
Berry, Jesse S. Head M W 44 M TX filling station attendant (gasoline)
Berry, Ethel B. Wife F W 46 M TX seamstress
Berry, Dan M. son M W 13 S TX
Berry, Billie J. son M W 9 S TX
Berry, Melba dau F W 3 S TX
Holton, Hazel dau F W 16 M TX
Holton, Lybron W. son-in-law M W 24 M TX same place, steam RR car man
The Berry family was living in 1935 in Grimes Co., Texas; the son-in-law in Harris Co. 
Melba Ann Berry
 
844 Obie's middle name taken from his daughter Barbara's birth registration.

1910 Census Dist 0073, Justice Precinct 8, Milam Co., Texas
Berry, John A. Head M W 38 M1 for 16yrs TX USA USA
Berry, Irene Wife F W 34 M1 for 16yrs 6ch/6 lvg AL AL AL
Berry, Sanford son M W 14 S TX TX AL
Berry, Wilford son M W 10 S TX TX AL
Berry, Leo son M W 8 S TX TX AL
Berry, Obie son M W 6 S TX TX AL
Berry, Luther son M W 3 S TX TX AL
Berry, Connie dau F W 7/12 S TX TX AL

Social Security Death Index
Name: Obie Berry
SSN: 460-01-9904
Last Residence: 77023 Houston, Harris, Texas, United States of America
Born: 29 Jul 1904
Died: Aug 1987
State (Year) SSN issued: Texas (Before 1951 ) 
Obie Mortimer Berry
 
845 1910 Census Dist 0073, Justice Precinct 8, Milam Co., Texas
Berry, John A. Head M W 38 M1 for 16yrs TX USA USA
Berry, Irene Wife F W 34 M1 for 16yrs 6ch/6 lvg AL AL AL
Berry, Sanford son M W 14 S TX TX AL
Berry, Wilford son M W 10 S TX TX AL
Berry, Leo son M W 8 S TX TX AL
Berry, Obie son M W 6 S TX TX AL
Berry, Luther son M W 3 S TX TX AL
Berry, Connie dau F W 7/12 S TX TX AL 
Oren 'Luther' Berry
 
846 Berry, Irene Wife W F Dec 1877 23 M6yrs 2ch/2 lvg AL AL AL
Berry, George G. son W M Sept 1896 3 TX TX AL
Berry, Wilford R. son W M July 1899 10/12 S TX TX AL
(Jesse S. is indexed as George G. because the handwriting is very difficult to read! The 'S' in the word 'Single' looks very much like a G. Jesse's given name is not much more than a scribble.)

1910 Census Dist 0073, Justice Precinct 8, Milam Co., Texas
Berry, John A. Head M W 38 M1 for 16yrs TX USA USA
Berry, Irene Wife F W 34 M1 for 16yrs 6ch/6 lvg AL AL AL
Berry, Sanford son M W 14 S TX TX AL
Berry, Wilford son M W 10 S TX TX AL
Berry, Leo son M W 8 S TX TX AL
Berry, Obie son M W 6 S TX TX AL
Berry, Luther son M W 3 S TX TX AL
Berry, Connie dau F W 7/12 S TX TX AL

WWI Draft Registration Card
Wilford Ray Berry
Address: Rt 1, Tanglewood, Lee, Milam Co. Texas
Age: 19; Birthdate: 24 July 1899
Occupation: Farming at Pleasant Hill, Texas
Nearest Relative: Mrs. Emmie Berry, wife
Her address: Rt 1, Tanglewood, Lee, Milam Co., Texas

1930 Census Dist 27, Precinct 8, Milam Co., Texas
Berry, Wilford R. head rents M W 30 M@18 TX TX TX
Berry, Enney S. wife F W 36 M@23 TX TX TX
no children listed

Wilford was a surviving brother in the 1969 obituary of Jessie S. Berry.

SSDI: Last Res: Austin, Travis Co., Texas
d/o/d: Oct 1967

Obituary found at http://www.geocities.com/milamco/milam-975ber.htm
BERRY, Wilford R. of Austin. Age 68. Died 10/30/1967. Services held (Wed.) 11/1 at the Cook Funeral Home in Austin. Burial in Salty Cemetery near Thorndale. Rev. Harold H. Zirkel officiated. He was BORN 7/24/1899. SURVIVORS: Wife, Emmie Lou Berry of Austin; 2 sisters, Mrs. Connie B. Phillips and Mrs. Johnnie Reeves of Thorndale; 3 brothers, O.L. Berry of Austin, L.F. Berry and O.M. Berry of Houston. SS Death Benefit on #459-10-1790. 
Wilford Ray Berry
 
847 A biography of her husband, Jesse Jackson says her name was Rosabelle Berryman. Rosabelle Berryman
 
848 1880 Census 210, Monroe, Union Co., North Carolina
Bickett, Thos. W. W M 43 married Druggist & Physician NC NC NC
Bickett, Mary A. W F 34 Wife married Keeps House NC NC NC
Bickett, Anna W F 12 dau S at school NC NC NC
Bickett, Walter W M 11 son S at school NC NC NC
Bickett, Lilian E. W F 7 dau S NC NC NC
Bickett, Laurence C. W M 6 spm S NC NC NC

Gravemarker inscription:
"Annie Bickett
1867-1948
Teacher Woman's Bible
Class Baptist Church
30 years."

Comment on her Find-a-Grave memorial: Wife of Frank Bunyan Ashcraft. 
Anna L. Bickett
 
849 1880 Census 210, Monroe, Union Co., North Carolina
Bickett, Thos. W. W M 43 married Druggist & Physician NC NC NC
Bickett, Mary A. W F 34 Wife married Keeps House NC NC NC
Bickett, Anna W F 12 dau S at school NC NC NC
Bickett, Walter W M 11 son S at school NC NC NC
Bickett, Lilian E. W F 7 dau S NC NC NC
Bickett, Laurence C. W M 6 spm S NC NC NC

North Carolina Death Certificates, 1909-1975
Name: Lawrence Covington Bickett
Gender: Male
Race: White
Age: 61
Marital status: Married
Occupation: Retail grocery merchant
Birth Date: 10 Aug 1874
Birth Place: Monroe, North Carolina, United States
Death Date: 13 May 1936
Death Location: Charlotte, Mecklenburg
Spouse's name: Mary Lou Fortson
Father's Name: Thos W Bickett
Mother's Name: Mary Covington
Informant: Annie Ashcraft, Monroe, NC
Burial: Monroe
Undertaker: McEwen Funeral Home, Monroe, NC 
Lawrence Covington Bickett
 
850 1880 Census 210, Monroe, Union Co., North Carolina
Bickett, Thos. W. W M 43 married Druggist & Physician NC NC NC
Bickett, Mary A. W F 34 Wife married Keeps House NC NC NC
Bickett, Anna W F 12 dau S at school NC NC NC
Bickett, Walter W M 11 son S at school NC NC NC
Bickett, Lilian E. W F 7 dau S NC NC NC
Bickett, Laurence C. W M 6 spm S NC NC NC

Wife of Richard Lewis Brewer. 
Lillian E. Bickett
 
851 Inscription:
"Little Sue
Daughter of Dr. T.W. and M.A. Bickett
Aged 2 yrs 4mos 7days" 
Sue Bickett
 
852 1880 Census 210, Monroe, Union Co., North Carolina
Bickett, Thos. W. W M 43 married Druggist & Physician NC NC NC
Bickett, Mary A. W F 34 Wife married Keeps House NC NC NC
Bickett, Anna W F 12 dau S at school NC NC NC
Bickett, Walter W M 11 son S at school NC NC NC
Bickett, Lilian E. W F 7 dau S NC NC NC
Bickett, Laurence C. W M 6 spm S NC NC NC

The following copied from Thomas' Find-a-Grave memorial page.
"Source: From DICTIONARY OF NORTH CAROLINA BIOGRAPHY edited by William S. Powell. Copyright (c) 1979-1996 by the University of North Carolina Press. (www.uncpress.unc.edu)

"Thomas Walter Bickett (28 Feb. 1869-28 Dec. 1921), attorney general (1909-17) and governor (1917-21) of North Carolina, was born in Monroe, the eldest of four children of Thomas Winchester and Mary Covington Bickett. His father, a druggist, died when Thomas Walter was thirteen years old."

Following the above is a long biographical commentary worth reading but too long for this genealogy site.

The website for The North Carolina Highway Historical Marker Program has an essay about his life, his photo and a photo of the historical marker dedicated to him. See http://www.ncmarkers.com/Markers.aspx?sp=Markers&sv=E-52. 
Thomas 'Walter' Bickett
 
853 1880 Census 210, Monroe, Union Co., North Carolina
Bickett, Thos. W. W M 43 married Druggist & Physician NC NC NC
Bickett, Mary A. W F 34 Wife married Keeps House NC NC NC
Bickett, Anna W F 12 dau S at school NC NC NC
Bickett, Walter W M 11 son S at school NC NC NC
Bickett, Lilian E. W F 7 dau S NC NC NC
Bickett, Laurence C. W M 6 spm S NC NC NC 
Dr. Thomas Winchester Bickett
 
854 Pennsylvania, Philadelphia Marriage Indexes, 1885-1951 at family search.org
spouse: Grace Bierer
groom's name: Frost
bride's name: Grace Bierer
marriage license year: 1917
license number: 374157
digital folder number: 4141622

Social Security Death Index at familysearch.org
First name: Grace
last name: Frost
birth date: 10 February 1892
place of issuance: Michigan
last residence: Oakland, Michigan
zip code of last residence: 48009
death date: May 1987
estimated age at death: 95 
Grace Bierer
 
855 1860 Census Troy, Sauk Co., Wisconsin
Benj. L. Jackson 59 M carpenter 3000 200 PA
Zuba Jackson 57 F OH
John B. Jackson 25 M Farmer OH
Evia Jackson 16 M OH (phonetically: Ebe; that is, Ebenezer!)
Charles Bigelow 33 M blacksmith 5000 700 PA married within the year
Flimena Bigelow 24 F OH married within the year 
Charles E. Bigelow
 
856 Note from Art Hubbs 3 Mar 2008:
Clarissa, widow of Hial Jackson continued to reside with the Bigelow family as late as 1930 when she was 78. In 1920, daughter Elma, age 26, single, born in Illinois, stenographer in a law office, was living with them.
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Janie: Note that Clara Ann Bigelow Jackson in the 1900 census said that she had one child and that child was living. Clara's child, Elma was born in 1891; but no child was listed as living with her on the 1900 census. Clara was a widow in 1900 and on 1910 she was the mother of three children and Elma is with her then. It is possible that the 1900 info was given by the 76 year old father who also listed Clara with her mother's name of Clarissa.

Clara/Clarissa's death certificate says she was born 26 Sep 1851 which is different than the date on the 1900 census record. Either could be right or wrong.

1860 United States Federal Census
Name: Clarissa A Bigelow
Age: 8
Birth Year: abt 1852
Gender: Female
Birth Place: Canada
Home in 1860: St Louis Ward 6, St Louis (Independent City), Missouri
Post Office: St Louis
Family Number: 59
Household Members:
Name Age
Chas Bigelow 38
Clarissa Bigelow 33
Jos Chas Bigelow 10
Clarissa A Bigelow 8
John F Bigelow 5
John Derrick 15
Morris Meyerstein 27
Thos Greene 20
Chas White 20
Godfrey Reichenberger 28

In 1880, she was listed as Clara H. age 28, still living with her parents, Charles R. and Clarissa Bigelow. Her father was an MD and her brother was in medical school.

1900 Census Dist 366, Chicago Ward 12, Cook Co., Illinois
Bigelow, Robert C. head W M May 1824 76 Wd Can-Eng Can-Eng Can-Eng
Jackson, Clarissa dau W F May 1853 47 Wd 1ch;1lvg Can-Eng Can-Eng Can-Eng
Bigelow, Albert F. nephew W M Aug 1884 15 S IL Can-Eng Can-Eng

1910 Census Dist 875, Chicago Ward 20, Cook Co., Illinois
Jackson, Clara A. Head F W 56 Wd 3ch; 1lvg Can-Eng Can-Eng Can-Eng yr of immeg: 1860, occupation: seamstress
Jackson, Elma dau F W 19 S IL Can-Eng Can-Eng
Campbell, Odell lodger F W 46 D 2ch;2lvg IL Germany NY
Campbell, Theson lodger M W 17 S WI WI IL
Dejomma, James lodger M W 25 S France France France imm: 1897

1920 Census Chicago Ward 35, Cook Co., Illinois
She is listed as Clarissa Jackson, aunt, of Albert Bigelow (see 1990 Census), age 68.
Elma is also in the household as a neice, age 26, single.

In the 1930 Census, Clarissa, age 78, is still with her nephew Albert Bigelow and his family. They are enumerated in York, Dupage, Illinois. Elma is not with them. 
Clara Ann (Clarissa) Bigelow
 
857 Social Security Death Index at familysearch.org
first name: Hazel
last name: Jackson
birth date: 10 December 1905
social security number: 449-76-7002
place of issuance: Texas
last residence: Montague, Texas
zip code of last residence: 76230
death date: 12 January 2000 
Hazel Bill
 
858 Abigail survived Joseph and is mentioned in his 1741 will. Abigail Bird
 
859 Another researcher, David A. Lower has that Benjamin was born in Matinecock, Long Island, NY and also says that Benjamin's rank was Col. in the Rev. War.

Quote from The Jones Family of L.I., pg 124: "Lieut. Col. Benj. Birdsall was of an old Queens Co. Family, and of a branch that intermarried with the Seamans and Jacksons of the north side of Long Island. He was called a 'drover farmer', one who raised cattle on the Hempstead Plains, and fed them in winter on the wild meadow grass. He lived on the south side of L.I. a short distance west of his father-in-law, William Jones. He took an active part in the Rev. War. His colonel was John Sands, an active supporter of Congress. In 1777-1783 was Member of Assembly. In 1776 he mustered 60 volunteers and aided Gen. Putnam in erecting intrenchments on Brooklyn Heights. He was captured by the British and imprisoned in the 'Provost', at which time Genl. Washington had his wife and children conveyed to Dover, in Dutchess Co., where they remained during the war. In 1794 he disposed of his property and settled in Jerusalem, where he died." 
Lieut. Col. Benjamin Birdsall, Sr.
 
860 Per Antony Maitland Benjamin's will was dated 1719. He also notes that list of Samuel's children from Bunker has been corrected by Wright and Frost genealogies. Benjamin Birdsall
 
861 See note in her father's record. Deborah Birdsall
 
862 From Frank M. Jackson: "Elizabeth is identified as the daughter of Thomas Birdsall in his will dated 8 Sept 1782." Elizabeth Birdsall
 
863 This site uses the birthdate of 11 Aug 1785 which is calculated from the d/o/d and age at death.
An ALT birthdate is offered by the source websites of 10 Mar 1785.

Tombstone Inscription from Find-a-Grave:
Wife of Richard J. Althouse Died Oct 9th 1865. Aged 80 yrs,1 mo, 29 days

From Jim Rubbins rootsweb site:
Elisabeth Birdsall was a descendant of Nathan Birdsall, one of the first purchasers of land from the Indians at Matinecock, Long Island, 1667, also a descendant of Major Thomas Jones -- the first settlers of Fort Neck, Long Island (now Massapequa) in 1695. [from Linda Harper] 
Elizabeth Birdsall
 
864 Carmen Family Collection, page 9: "Birdsall, John– born c.1766; date of death unknown. He lived in the Township of South Hempstead (current day Town of Hempstead), N.Y. He was the eldest son of Joshua Birdsall
(?-c.1780), son of Capt. John Birdsall Sr. (1696-1764) and Elizabeth Langdon (c.1702-?)." 
John Birdsall
 
865 On Page 9 of the Carmen Family Collection:
"Birdsall, John, Sr. - born 1696; died 1764. He was a son of Benjamin Birdsall Sr. (c.1646-c.1730) and Mercy Forman (1659-?). He resided in Jerusalem, N.Y., where he was a farmer. He also served as a captain in the loyalist militia company."
It is said that Capt. John Birdsall Sr. and Elizabeth Langdon had 7 children and lists the seven without naming a daughter Deborah: "Birdsall, Elizabeth (Langdon)- born c.1702; date of death unknown. She was the daughter of Thomas Langdon (c.1673-1734) and Mary (Dusenbury) Alburtis (?-c.1727). She was the 1st wife of Capt. John Birdsall Sr. (1696-1764) of Jerusalem, N.Y.; they had seven children: Thomas (1728-?),
Elizabeth (1731-1777),
John (?-alive as of 1790),
Joshua (?-1780),
Benjamin (1736-1798),
Joseph (1739-1824),
and Samuel.

And on Page 8 the same record says that "the Deborah Birdsall who was born c.1740 (date of death unknown) and who was a daughter of Capt. John Birdsall Sr. (1696-1764) and Elizabeth Langdon (c.1702-?)."
So at first, it appears Elizabeth and John had at least 8 children but under the record of Capt. John Birdsall, Sr. on page 9, the record says that Deborah was dau of Capt. John and his second wife, Elizabeth (Coe) Pierce, widow. 
Capt. John Birdsall
 
866 Page 9 of the Camen Family Records:
Birdsall, John, Jr.– date of birth unknown; alive as of 1790. He lived in the Township of South Hempstead (current day Town of Hempstead), N.Y., and was a son of Capt. John Birdsall Sr. (1696-1764) and Elizabeth Langdon (c.1702-?); married Phebe Seaman in 1750. 
John Birdsall
 
867 David Allen Lower says Joseph was the Loyalist brother of Col. Benjamin Birdsall. Lieut. Joseph Birdsall
 
868 Margaret was named as executor of her mother's 1821 will, but died before the will could be probated. Margaret Birdsall
 
869 Samuel's birth year is estimated based on the assumption that he was about 25 years old when he married in 1774. Samuel Birdsall
 
870 From Bunker's Long Island Genealogies, pg 180: "Seaman Birdsall had home at Plain Edge, north of his uncle, Thomas Birdsall's place at Jerusalem. He sold it in 1810 to Elijah, son of Samuel Seaman. The place was on the west side of the Jerusalem road." Seaman Birdsall
 
871 Maiden name confirmed by her husband's 1955 obituary. No marriage records found so far. Irene Birkins
 
872 Notes from Jack Strasser for EMILY IRENE BLACKBURN:

Emily had polio when she was young. She had to be carried around and they say that she became very spoiled. Emily had diabetes. Emily is buried at St. Joseph Valley Memorial Park, Mishawaka, IN. 
Emily Irene Blackburn
 
873 From Find-a-Grave site:
Son of Dr. James Seaborn Blair and Adeline Parks Blair. Graduated from Davidson College with a B.S. degree in 1890 and received M.D. degree from Medical College of VA in 1895. 
Dr. Mott Parks Blair
 
874 Research by Paula Mellor:
1880 Census:
Elizabeth BLAKE Self W Female W 82 VA VA VA
Amanda STOUT Dau W Female W 58 WV Keeping House VA VA
George FRY Other S Male W 21 WV Laborer FRA FRA
Source Information:
Census Place Grant, Harrison, West Virginia
Family History Library Film 1255404
NA Film Number T9-1404
Page Number 295A

1900 Grant Dist. Harrison County, WV
Series: T623 Roll: 1760 Page: 166
Surname Given Name Age Sex Race Birthplace State County Location Year
STOUT THOMAS J 41 M W WV WV HARRISON GRANT DIST 1900
taken 6 June 1900
Line 10 #56-56
Stout George W head W M ? 1861 38 married 21 yrs WV WV WV farmer
Malona wife W F ? 1860 40 married 21 yrs 5 children 0 living WV WV WV
White Frank boader W M Mar 1882 12 S WV WV WV
Stout Amanda mother W F Oct 1821 widowed (looks like 5 children 3 living) WV WV WV 
Amanda Blake
 
875 1880 United States Federal Census > West Virginia > Jackson > Dist # 343-344
Blake, Ephraim 25 VA PA PA
Blake, Sinah 25 OH VA OH
Blake, William 6 WV VA OH
Blake, Gertrude 1 WV VA OH

1900 United States Federal Census > West Virginia > Jackson > Union > District 36
Blake, Ephraim head W M Nov 1846 53 M 29 WV PA OH
Blake, Sinah C. wife W F Apr 1855 45 M 29 3ch 3lvg OH OH OH
Blake, Ella G. dau W F Mar 1879 21 S WV WV OH
Blake, James ? son W M Jan 1885 15 S WV WV OH

Note that the locations of both Ephraim's and Sinah's parents are not consistant, nor are their ages. 
Ephraim Wells Blake
 
876 From Hardesty's History: James enlisted in 1861, served with honor through the civil strife that followed, and now resides in South America. James Blake
 
877 It is possible that James was married before and that his marriage to Mariah was his second marriage. There is a list of 16 cemetery inscriptions copied by Eunice Proctor Perkins which inscriptions were not located in 1984 and are evidently destroyed or eroded since read by Mrs. Perkins. One says:
Blake, S______ w/o Jam____ Blake
d. 31 Aug 1841, aged 24 y 3 mo.
It is very likely that this is James' first wife and she died before James and Mariah married in 1843. I note several of the children below had to be born before James' marriage to Mariah. (P.S. Betty Briggs has that James' 1st wife was Sarah Ann Brown and that the first 4 children below were hers.)

1850 Jackson Co WV # 229-233 Blake James 34 M Farmer Pa Blake Maria 29 F Ohio Blake George 16 M Pa (b approx 1834) Blake William 13 M Pa (b approx 1837) Blake Mary A 12 F Pa (b approx 1838) Blake James 10 M Pa (b approx 1840) Blake Ephraim 4 M Va Blake Sarah E 2 F Va Blake Emanuel 3/12 M Va

So I assume that James moved with his first wife and children to the Jackson County area from Pennsylvania and after the first wife died, James married Maria Jackson.

1860 JC # 1048-986 Blake, James, 47 Maria, 37 William, 24 James, 20 Ephraim, 14 Ellen, 12 Emanuel, 9 John, 8 Leander, 2 
James Blake
 
878 1850 Census Chesterfield, Chesterfield Co., South Carolina
John Blakeney 60 M Farmer SC
Sarah Blakeney 36 F SC
Elenor Blakeney 33 F SC
Franklin Blakeney 16 M SC
Mary Blakeney 15 F SC
Peter Blakeney 13 M SC
John Blakeney 9 SC
Lewis Blakeney 7 SC
Hugh Blakeney 6 SC
George Blakeney 4 SC 
Benjamin Franklin Blakeney
 
879 1850 Census Chesterfield, Chesterfield Co., South Carolina
Traves Evans 30 M Farmer -0- 1,500 SC
Lotty Evans 2? F SC
Harriet Evans 11 F SC
Benjamin F Evans 9 M SC
Frances Evans 7 F SC
Louisa Evans 5 F SC
Traves Evans 2 M SC
Leah Blakeney 50 F SC

1860 Census Twp n/g; Chesterfield Co., South Carolina
Post Office: Jefferson
Travis Evans 38 M Farmer 2,000 1,650 SC
Charlotte Evans 38 F SC
Hariet Evans 19 F SC
Franklin Evans 16 M SC
Travis Evans 14 M SC
Louisa Evans 12 F SC
Francis Evans 10 F SC
Mary A. Evans 9 F SC
Susan E. Evans 7 F SC
George Evans 2 M SC
Unnamed Evans 3/12 F SC

Because of the unusual ordering of the children in the 1870 census, it cannot be assumed that these are all children of Charlotte and Travis. The 1870 census does not indicate relationships and some of these children could be grandchildren or nieces/nephews. So more research is needed.
1870 Census Old Store, Chesterfield Co., South Carolina
Evans, Travis 50 M W Planter 1,200 400 NC
Evans, Charlotte 48 F W Keeping House SC
Evans, Travis 24 F W SC (note gender)
Evans, James 4 M W SC (grandson per 1880!)
Evans, Dorey 6 F W SC (granddau per 1880!)
Evans, Thomas 16 M W SC
Evans, Susan 13 F SC
Evans, George 11 M W SC (son)
Evans, L. J. 9 F W SC
Evans, Charlotte 6 F W SC

1880 Census Dist 8, Old Store, Chesterfield, South Carolina
Evans, Travice W M 60 married Farmer NC NC NC
Evans, Lotta W F 58 wife married Keeping House SC SC SC
Evans, George W M 21 son single Farmer SC SC SC
Evans, Dora W F 16 gr-dau single at home SC SC SC (very difficult to read)
Evans, James W M 14 gr-son single farm laborer SC SC SC
Blakney, Laer W F 87 mother-in-law Wd Boarder SC SC SC (Leah; was difficult to read. I read the image as Leah, age 87; the indexer has Laer, age 84.)
Stack, John B M 12 svt single Farm Laborer SC blank blank
Parker, Thos. B M 21 svt single Farm Laborer SC SC SC 
Charlotte Blakeney
 
880 1880 United States Federal Census
Home in 1880: Lamar, Alabama
Race: White
Household Members: Name Age
Jas. M. Ayres 48 AL GA GA
Elizabeth Ayres 41 AL SC AL
Newton A. Ayres 10 AL AL AL
Hosea W. Ayres 3 AL AL AL 
Elizabeth 'Lizzie' Blakeney
 
881 1850 Census Bellmont, Sumter Co., Alabama
Hugh Blakeney 43 M Farmer 4000 SC
Elizabeth A. Blakeney 16 F AL
Robert J. Blakeney 14 M AL
Susan Blakeney 12 F AL
William 10 M AL 
Elizabeth Ann Blakeney
 
882 1850 Census dist n/g, Chesterfield Co., South Carolina
James M Miller, 34 M Farmer 4000 SC
Frances Miller, 30 F SC
Malissa T Miller, 14 F SC (image looks more like Malissa I or J.)
Susan Miller, 9 F SC
Charlotte Miller, 7 F SC
Harriet Miller, 5 F SC
James Miller, 3 M SC
Stephen Miller, 1 M SC

1860 Census dist n/g, Chesterfield Co., South Carolina
Post Office: Old Store
The family is indexed as Mcmiller because the hand writting is so bad.
Jno McMiller, 45 M Farmer SC The name should be James M. Miller.
Frances McMiller, 41 F blank
Susan McMiller, 18 F blank
Charlotte McMiller, 16 F blank
Harriet McMiller, 14 F blank
Janos McMiller, 12 M blank (James)
Stephen McMiller, 10 M blank
Jane McMiller, 8 F blank
Jno McMiller, 5 M blank
Wm McMiller, 2 M blank

1870 Census Old Store, Chesterfield Co., South Carolina
The family is mis-indexed as Melter; should be Miller
Miller, Francis 51 F W Farmer 1000 100 SC (note gender; this was Leah's dau, Frances Shehorn Blakeney, widow of James Madison Miller)
Miller Susan 29 F W Keeping House SC
Miller, Charlotte 25 F W SC
Miller, Jane 16 F W SC (out of order)
Miller, James 21 M W SC
Miller, Stephen 19 M W SC
Miller, John 14 M W SC
Miller, Willm 12 M W SC
Miller, Olive S 5 F W SC
Blakeney, L. 71 F W SC (Leah; mis-indexed as Blakener L. Melter!)

1880 Census Old Store, Chesterfield, South Carolina
Miller, Francis W F 61 Wd SC SC SC
Miller, Lilla W F 38 dau married SC SC SC (Lottie)
Miller, Jane W F 25 dau single SC SC SC
Miller, John C. W M 24 son single SC SC SC
Miller, William B. W M 22 son single SC SC SC
Miller, Katie W F 5 gr-dau S SC SC SC
Miller, Luther W M 5 gr-son single SC SC SC
Miller, Ollie W F 14 gr-dau SC SC SC (relationship prob an error) 
Frances Shehorn Blakeney
 
883 1850 Census Chesterfield, Chesterfield Co., South Carolina
John Blakeney 60 M Farmer SC
Sarah Blakeney 36 F SC
Elenor Blakeney 33 F SC
Franklin Blakeney 16 M SC
Mary Blakeney 15 F SC
Peter Blakeney 13 M SC
John Blakeney 9 SC
Lewis Blakeney 7 SC
Hugh Blakeney 6 SC
George Blakeney 4 SC

1860 Census Twp n/g; Chesterfield Co., South Carolina
Post Office: Mt. Crogan
Jno Blakney 68 M Farmer 15,000 40,000 SC
Rosanna 30 F SC
Jno 18 M SC
Lewis 17 M SC
Hugh 16 M SC
George 14 M SC
Richard 6 M SC
Preston 4 M SC
Sarah V. 1 F SC 
George Blakeney
 
884 1850 Census Bellmont, Sumter Co., Alabama
Hugh Blakeney 43 M Farmer 4000 SC
Elizabeth A. Blakeney 16 F AL
Robert J. Blakeney 14 M AL
Susan Blakeney 12 F AL
William 10 M AL 
Hugh Blakeney
 
885 1850 Census Chesterfield, Chesterfield Co., South Carolina
John Blakeney 60 M Farmer SC
Sarah Blakeney 36 F SC
Elenor Blakeney 33 F SC
Franklin Blakeney 16 M SC
Mary Blakeney 15 F SC
Peter Blakeney 13 M SC
John Blakeney 9 SC
Lewis Blakeney 7 SC
Hugh Blakeney 6 SC
George Blakeney 4 SC

1860 Census Twp n/g; Chesterfield Co., South Carolina
Post Office: Mt. Crogan
Jno Blakney 68 M Farmer 15,000 40,000 SC
Rosanna 30 F SC
Jno 18 M SC
Lewis 17 M SC
Hugh 16 M SC
George 14 M SC
Richard 6 M SC
Preston 4 M SC
Sarah V. 1 F SC 
Hugh Blakeney
 
886 There is no photo nor inscription found at find-a-grave website but the following note was posted:
"Hugh BLAKENEY, son of Capt. John BLAKENEY was born 1774 and moved to Montgomery Co TN after 1810. He died there after 1840.
- ml trant
Added: Aug. 18, 2010" 
Hugh Blakeney
 
887 There is a photo of his gravemarker at this find-a-grave page: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=Blakeney&GRid=38459684. The gravemarker says he died Oct 1819, age about 54 years. This calculates to abt 1765. This page does contain the information that Mary White Evans was first married to Charles Evans.

Notes from Donna Blakeney, May 2011: I have been to the Blakeney cemetery in Pageland, SC. James Blakeney and Mary Allen White Evans Blakeney are not buried at the Blakeney Family cemetery in Pageland, SC. I have a photo of James' upright headstone where it was relocated from the Evans Family Cemetery to the Travis Evans Cemetery near Pageland, SC. There is a tragic story of the bones in this cemetery getting ploughed up and the bones lost for those buried in this original Evans cemetery - only the headstones were saved and, eventually, moved to the Travis Evans Cemetery, near Pageland. So, from what I've surmised, there should be two references on www.findagrave.com - one for the original burial site linked to the new T. Evans Cemetery or vice versa (whichever). Secondly, the Blakeny Family cemetery reference for the burial site for both James and Mary should be removed on www.findagrave.com altogether and a link should be on James' and Mary's findagrave page linking them with their parents, respectively. 
James Blakeney
 
888 The following record was found on a rootsweb tree. It is unknown at this time the location or date of the original records. Help with this would be appreciated!

SCMAR, Vol. V, Fall 1977, No. 4, p.223
State of South Carolina, Cheraw District, in Equity. William Blakeney, late of the District of Chesterfield departed this life being seized of a considerable real estate on the waters of Hill Creek containing 4032 acres adj. John Blakeney Jr., John Blakeney Sen., Evan Threat[?], Hugh Blakeney & others,
leaving his widow Leah Blakeney,
Francis Bullard wife of William Bullard,
JANE HOWARD wife of Alexander Howard sisters of intestate,
Hugh Blakeney son of Hugh Blakeney a deceased Brother of Intestate,
Sarah a daughter of Elizabeth Weaver by Jesse Weaver, a niece of Intestate,
and Thomas B. May,
Alexander May,
Rosannah Hammond wife of H. B. Hammond,
Sarah Massey wife of James C. Massey,
Mary Cash wife of J. D. Cash, and
Pleasant May children of Mary May a deceased sister of Intestate.
Please H. May has departed this life leaving a son Augustus May his heir,
all of whom are heirs at law of Intestate William Blakeney.

South Carolina Marriages, 1641-1965 at ancestry.com
Name: Jane Blakeney
Spouse: Alexander Howard
Marriage Date: 1780-1908
Source: South Carolina Magazine of Ancestral Research, Vol 5, # 4 
Jane Blakeney
 
889 There are three photos posted for Capt. John W. Blakeney at Find-a-Grave website. Also the following text record:
"John was born at Mount Blakeney Castle, Limerick County, Ireland, the son of Robert Blakeney and Deborah (Smyth). His brother was Baron William Blakeney. He emigrated to the United States by way of Maryland, and enrolled in the American Revolutionary War the summer of 1776. He attained the rank of Captain, and fought with Gen. Marion in South Carolina. He married Margaret Elizabeth Evans, and their children were (1)Thomas, (2 John Jr., (3)Robert, (4)William, (5)James, (6)Jane, (7)Mary, and (8)Hugh."

There is an interesting exchange on the Blakeney msg board here: http://boards.ancestry.com/surnames.blakeney/266.2.1/mb.ashx concerning an error for the date of death for Capt. John Blakeney that is perpetuated by being inscribed on the stone by later descendants wanting to honor their ancestors. (A similar error is also found for the d/o/d for Leah Shehorn Blakeney.) 
Capt. John Blakeney
 
890 1850 Census Chesterfield, Chesterfield Co., South Carolina
John Blakeney 60 M Farmer SC
Sarah Blakeney 36 F SC
Elenor Blakeney 33 F SC
Franklin Blakeney 16 M SC
Mary Blakeney 15 F SC
Peter Blakeney 13 M SC
John Blakeney 9 SC
Lewis Blakeney 7 SC
Hugh Blakeney 6 SC
George Blakeney 4 SC

1860 Census Twp n/g; Chesterfield Co., South Carolina
Post Office: Mt. Crogan
Jno Blakney 68 M Farmer 15,000 40,000 SC
Rosanna 30 F SC
Jno 18 M SC
Lewis 17 M SC
Hugh 16 M SC
George 14 M SC
Richard 6 M SC
Preston 4 M SC
Sarah V. 1 F SC

1870 Census Old Store, Chesterfield Co., South Carolina
Blakeney, John 78 M W Planter 3,000 2,000 SC
Blakeney, Rosanna 37 F W Keep House SC
Blakeney, R Edwin 15 M W SC (or R. Edmon)
Blakeney, Preston B. 14 M W SC
Blakeney, Victoria 10 F W SC
Blakeney, Alice L. 8 F W SC
Blakeney, W. Smith 5 M W SC
Rollins, Amos 22 M W Farmer SC 
John 'Jack' Blakeney, III
 
891 Someone has erected a large gravemarker sometime after the burial which gives a record of John's wives and children. A photo of this is posted at Find-a-Grave website and the inscription is copied here:
"John was born in Bute, North Carolina, the son of Capt. John Blakeney and Margaret (Evans). He enrolled in the American Revolution in the summer of his eighteenth year, joining Col. Lemuel Benton's regiment. He was the Quartermaster in Maj. Ross' detachment, and was an Adjutant under Col. William Bratton. He married (1)Nancy Lowery, and their child was Mary Sally. After her death, he married (2)Nancy May in Anson County, NC, on May 1, 1785, and their children were Susannah "Susan", Jane, John "Jack" III, James, Elizabeth "Betsy", Frances, Hugh, Michal (female), William, Lewis Alexander, and Nancy May." 
John 'Jack' Blakeney, Jr.
 
892 1850 Census Chesterfield, Chesterfield Co., South Carolina
John Blakeney 60 M Farmer SC
Sarah Blakeney 36 F SC
Elenor Blakeney 33 F SC
Franklin Blakeney 16 M SC
Mary Blakeney 15 F SC
Peter Blakeney 13 M SC
John Blakeney 9 SC
Lewis Blakeney 7 SC
Hugh Blakeney 6 SC
George Blakeney 4 SC

1860 Census Twp n/g; Chesterfield Co., South Carolina
Post Office: Mt. Crogan
Jno Blakney 68 M Farmer 15,000 40,000 SC
Rosanna 30 F SC
Jno 18 M SC
Lewis 17 M SC
Hugh 16 M SC
George 14 M SC
Richard 6 M SC
Preston 4 M SC
Sarah V. 1 F SC 
John C. Blakeney
 
893 1880 Census Dist 80, Collins, Fayette Co., Alabama
Blakeney, John W M 32 married Farmer AL NC AL
Blakeney, Laura W F 32 wife married keeps house AL AL AL
Blakeney, James W M 9 son single AL AL AL
Blakeney, Lela W F 7 dau single AL AL AL
Blakeney, Nannie W F 5 dau single AL AL AL
Blakeney, Dessy W F 3 dau single AL AL AL 
John Thomas Blakeney
 
894 The Blakeney Family website has his year of death as 1856. John Thomas Blakeney
 
895 The Blakeney Family site has "Kizziah' Blakeney married three times but with no dates: A. V. Lowry, John Zeptha Branyan and M. L. Lowry.

1850 Census Middle Division, Fayette Co., Alabama
Keziah and M. N. Lowery are living with I. M. Stewart, wife Matilda and family
M. N. Lowery 26 M W Farmer 600 1,005 AL
Kesiah Lowery 20 F W Housekeeper AL
Simon Lowery 2 M W AL
Lydenham Lowery 1 M W AL

1860 I didn't find Keziah on the 1860 and didn't look for the 1870

1880 Census Dist 134, Beat 12, Lamar Co., Alabama
Branyan, John ? W M 50 married Farmer MS SC SC (indexed as John J; but initial is not legible)
Branyan, Keziah W F 38 wife married keeping house AL NC --
Branyan, James W M 17 son single works in farm AL MS AL (indexed as John S; looked like James to me)
Branyan, Alice W F 15 dau single at home AL MS AL
Branyan, Davies W M 13 son single works on farm AL MS AL (indexed as Darius)
Branyan, James W M 11 son single works on farm AL MS AL
Branyan, Cha???is W F 9 dau single AL MS AL (indexed as Clovelia)
Branyan, Elizabeth W F 7 dau single AL MS AL
Lowry, Simon W M 21 relationship blank married labor AL AL AL
Lowry, Emily W F 21 wife married keeps house MS TN TN
(indexer left off the Lowry family as part of the Branyan household! When I searched for Simon by himself, I found Simon and Emily indexed as Loury. This page was obviously very difficult to read.) 
Kaziah Blakeney
 
896 1850 Census Chesterfield, Chesterfield Co., South Carolina
John Blakeney 60 M Farmer SC
Sarah Blakeney 36 F SC
Elenor Blakeney 33 F SC
Franklin Blakeney 16 M SC
Mary Blakeney 15 F SC
Peter Blakeney 13 M SC
John Blakeney 9 SC
Lewis Blakeney 7 SC
Hugh Blakeney 6 SC
George Blakeney 4 SC

1860 Census Twp n/g; Chesterfield Co., South Carolina
Post Office: Mt. Crogan
Jno Blakney 68 M Farmer 15,000 40,000 SC
Rosanna 30 F SC
Jno 18 M SC
Lewis 17 M SC
Hugh 16 M SC
George 14 M SC
Richard 6 M SC
Preston 4 M SC
Sarah V. 1 F SC

Note: The information at find-a-grave website says his name is "Dr. Louis Blakeney" but as he died at age 20, that title of Dr. seems a bit strange. Perhaps there is a story here that is yet unknown. Also note the difference in spelling of his given name from that in the census records. 
Dr. Louis Blakeney
 
897 1850 United States Federal Census about Mary May
Name: Mary May
Age: 65
Birth Year: abt 1785
Birthplace: South Carolina
Home in 1850: Warsaw, Sumter, Alabama
Gender: Female
Family Number: 1118 
Mary Blakeney
 
898 Notes* provided by Bob Mitchell:
*Mary Jackson is in Chesterfield Co., SC on 1820 US Census as Head of Family. She had 3 male children under 10, 1 male child 10-16 years old, 1 female child under 10, 1 female child 16-26 years old. Mary was between 26-45 years old. She was running a plantation and had two slaves, 1 male under 26 and 1 male over 45 years old.

*In 1830 Mary Jackson is listed in Chesterfield Co., SC, again as Head of Family, she has 1 male 5-10 years old,1 male 10-15 years old, 1 male 20-30 years old, 1 female 15-20 years old and 1 female 20-30. Mary Jackson has two slaves in 1830, a male between 36-55 and a female between 10-24 years of age.

*Deed Book 11 page 438 - Oct 18, 1844 - The heirs of William P. Jackson being Mary Jackson (wife of Henry A. Jackson), A. M. Lowery (husband of Henrietta Jackson, dau of Henry A. Jackson), Alex May (husband of Susannah, dau of Henry A. Jackson), Stephen Jackson (COL Stephen, son of Henry A. Jackson,) & Benjamin A. Jackson (son of Henry A. Jackson) to John Edwards - $1200 for 153 acres on Thompson Creek adjoining the State line.

*Mary is still operating the plantation in 1850 with her son Benjamin as Overseer. Benjamin along with his wife and child are living with Mary in 1850 and 1860. Mary has $2000.00 in real estate and $15,000. in personal assets in 1860. In 1870, Mary Blakeney Jackson is found living near her son Stephen Jackson in Mt. Croghan district, Chesterfield County. Her personal wealth has diminished considerably, down to $600.00 in real estate and $400.00 in personal property. She has two younger females in the household with her, C. C. Jackson age 35 and E. Jackson age 18. (See son Benjamin's Notes.) The relationship is unknown, probably grand-daughters. In 1880 Mary Jackson is shown as 55 years old, (an obvious error) living with her is Benjamin Jackson's son Henry who is acting as overseer of the farm. There were several blacks living on the farm, all with the surname Jackson. 
Mary Blakeney
 
899 Note that the birth states of Mary's parents do not agree with the genealogical record. I have no explanation.
1880 Census Dist 85, Hico, Fayette Co., Alabama
Holliman, Warren W M 47 married Farmer NC NC NC
Holliman, Mary W F 45 wife married keeps house AL NC SC
Holliman, Frank M. W M 18 son single on farm AL NC AL
Holliman, Sousan K. W F 14 dau single AL NC AL
Holliman, Sidney W. W M 12 son single AL NC AL
Holliman, Moses J. W M 7 son single AL NC AL
Holliman, Sousan W F 53 sister single NC NC NC 
Mary Polly Blakeney
 
900 1850 Census Chesterfield, Chesterfield Co., South Carolina
John Blakeney 60 M Farmer SC
Sarah Blakeney 36 F SC
Elenor Blakeney 33 F SC
Franklin Blakeney 16 M SC
Mary Blakeney 15 F SC
Peter Blakeney 13 M SC
John Blakeney 9 SC
Lewis Blakeney 7 SC
Hugh Blakeney 6 SC
George Blakeney 4 SC 
Peter Blakeney
 
901 1860 Census Twp n/g; Chesterfield Co., South Carolina
Post Office: Mt. Crogan
Jno Blakney 68 M Farmer 15,000 40,000 SC
Rosanna 30 F SC
Jno 18 M SC
Lewis 17 M SC
Hugh 16 M SC
George 14 M SC
Richard 6 M SC
Preston 4 M SC
Sarah V. 1 F SC

1870 Census Old Store, Chesterfield Co., South Carolina
Blakeney, John 78 M W Planter 3,000 2,000 SC
Blakeney, Rosanna 37 F W Keep House SC
Blakeney, R Edwin 15 M W SC (or R. Edmon)
Blakeney, Preston B. 14 M W SC
Blakeney, Victoria 10 F W SC
Blakeney, Alice L. 8 F W SC
Blakeney, W. Smith 5 M W SC
Rollins, Amos 22 M W Farmer SC

PRESTON AND FAMILY LIVING NEXT HH TO HIS MOTHER ROSANNA:
1880 Census Dist 8, Old Store, Chesterfield Co., South Caolina
Blakeney, P. B. W M 24 married Farmer SC SC SC (Preston)
Blakeney, WI Cu L. W F 24 wife married keeping house SC SC SC (looks like Wirgen L.)
Blakeney, Carl T. W M 3 son single SC SC SC
Blakeney, Bassie (or Bassil) H. W M 2 son single SC SC SC
Blakeney, Brooks B. W M 2 son single SC SC SC 
Preston Brooks Blakeney
 
902 1860 Census Twp n/g; Chesterfield Co., South Carolina
Post Office: Mt. Crogan
Jno Blakney 68 M Farmer 15,000 40,000 SC
Rosanna 30 F SC
Jno 18 M SC
Lewis 17 M SC
Hugh 16 M SC
George 14 M SC
Richard 6 M SC
Preston 4 M SC
Sarah V. 1 F SC

1870 Census Old Store, Chesterfield Co., South Carolina
Blakeney, John 78 M W Planter 3,000 2,000 SC
Blakeney, Rosanna 37 F W Keep House SC
Blakeney, R Edwin 15 M W SC (or R. Edmon)
Blakeney, Preston B. 14 M W SC
Blakeney, Victoria 10 F W SC
Blakeney, Alice L. 8 F W SC
Blakeney, W. Smith 5 M W SC
Rollins, Amos 22 M W Farmer SC

1880 Census Dist 8, Old Store, Chesterfield Co., South Carolina
Blakeney, Rosa W F 46 Wd keeping house SC SC SC
Blakeney, Rochelle E. W M 25 son single Farmer SC SC SC (Richard)
Blakeney, Alice L. W F 18 dau single at home SC SC SC
Blakeney, Whitford S. W M 15 son single SC SC SC 
Richard E. Blakeney
 
903 1850 Census Bellmont, Sumter Co., Alabama
Hugh Blakeney 43 M Farmer 4000 SC
Elizabeth A. Blakeney 16 F AL
Robert J. Blakeney 14 M AL
Susan Blakeney 12 F AL
William 10 M AL 
Robert James Blakeney
 
904 Home in 1870: Township 17, Fayette, Alabama
Race: White
Household Members: Name Age
F M Black 28
S A Black 26
S F Black 9
S C Black 7
M A Black 3

1880 Census Dist 85, Hico, Fayette Co., Alabama
Black, Frank M. W M 37 married Farmer AL SC NC
Black, Samantha W F 35 wife married Keeping House AL SC NC
Black, Sarah F. W F 18 dau single AL AL AL
Black, Theby E. W F 17 dau single AL AL AL
Black, Misouri E. W F 14 dau single AL AL AL
Black, Berra B. W M 8 son single AL AL AL
Black, William J. W M 4 son single AL AL AL
Black, Luthur V. W M 3 AL AL AL 
Samantha Blakeney
 
905 Thomas is found in Fayette County, Alabama on the 1850 census, born in South Carolina but living in Fayette, Alabama and having the same children as the children listed on the Blakeney Family website.

1850 Census Division 15, Fayette Co., Alabama
Thomas Blakney 43 M Farmer SC
Sarah Blakney 41 F SC
Dolly Blakney 15 F AL (Polly?)
Jane Blakney 14 F AL (Pamela Jane)
Elizabeth Blakney 12 F AL
Kisaih Blakney 11 F AL
James Blakney 9 M AL
Samantha Blakney 4 M AL (gender?!) (indexed as 4 but image says 6)
John Thos Blakney 4 M AL

NEXT HH TO HIS FATHER THOMAS:
1850 Census Division 15, Fayette Co., Alabama
William Blakeny 18 M farmer AL married within the year (Thomas' oldest son)
Elizabeth Blakeny 18 F AL married within the year

1860 Census Middle Division, Fayette Co., Alabama
Thomas Blakney 51 M W Farmer 1,000 5,079 SC
Rebecca Blakney 32 F W Housekeeper SC
Samantha Blakney 16 F W housekeeper AL
John Blakney 14 M W AL
(Rebecca has not been input as I don't know her relationship to Thomas.) 
Thomas Blakeney
 
906 Tennessee State Marriages, 1780-2002
Name: Joshie Robinson
Spouse: O T Blakney
Marriage Date: 23 Apr 1902
Marriage County: McNairy

1910 Census Dist 0078, Civil Dist 6, Hardin Co., Tennessee
Blakeney, Tobe, B. Head M W 73 M2 7yrs AR TN Ireland
Blakeney, Josie A. wife F W 44 M2 7 MS GA NC
Blakeney, Iva A. dau F W 7 S TN AR MS
Jackson, Peleop mother-in-law F W 69 Wd NC unk unk
According to Bob Mitchell's research, his name was Orrin Aaron Tobias Blakeney. 
Tobias B. Blakeney
 
907 1870 Census Old Store, Chesterfield Co., South Carolina
Blakeney, John 78 M W Planter 3,000 2,000 SC
Blakeney, Rosanna 37 F W Keep House SC
Blakeney, R Edwin 15 M W SC (or R. Edmon)
Blakeney, Preston B. 14 M W SC
Blakeney, Victoria 10 F W SC
Blakeney, Alice L. 8 F W SC
Blakeney, W. Smith 5 M W SC
Rollins, Amos 22 M W Farmer SC

1880 Census Dist 8, Old Store, Chesterfield Co., South Carolina
Blakeney, Rosa W F 46 Wd keeping house SC SC SC
Blakeney, Rochelle E. W M 25 son single Farmer SC SC SC (Richard)
Blakeney, Alice L. W F 18 dau single at home SC SC SC
Blakeney, Whitford S. W M 15 son single SC SC SC 
Whiteford Smith Blakeney
 
908 According to Bob Mitchell:
William Blakeney and family are found on the 1800 Chesterfield Co., SC US Census with 2 male children under 10 years, 2 male children between 16 and 25 and 2 female children under 10 years. He had 16 slaves. 
William Blakeney, Sr.
 
909 NEXT HH TO HIS FATHER THOMAS:
1850 Census Division 15, Fayette Co., Alabama
William Blakeny 18 M farmer AL married within the year
Elizabeth Blakeny 18 F AL married within the year

NEXT HH TO HIS FATHER THOMAS:
1860 Census Middle Division, Fayette Co., Alabama
William Blakney 27 M W Farmer -0- 326 AL
Elizabeth Blakney 23 F W Housekeeper AL
Thomas Blakney 10 M W AL
James Blakney 8 M W AL
Newton Blakney 5 M W AL
Ann Blakney 1 F W AL

The following record is found on the Find-a-Grave page for William:
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=9596512
William Blakeney;
3rd Sergeant Company B.
William was born in 1832 in Fayette County, Alabama, the great-grandson of Revolutionary hero Captain John Blakeney. William enlisted in the 41st and fought with his unit. He was listed in the hospital at Chattanooga Tennessee in November/ December 1862. He was actively engaged at th Battle of Chickamauga in September 1863. In the next report he is listed as being in the hospital in the commandered Cumberland Presbyterian Church in Charleston, Tennessee, where he died of pneumonia about November/ December 1863. William is probably buried in the [Cumberland Presbyterian] Church Cemetery in an unmarked grave. 
William Blakeney
 
910 The following record was found on a rootsweb tree. It is unknown at this time the location or date of the original records. Help with this would be appreciated! Be aware that more research is needed concerning William's children as they are not mentioned in the following record!! Perhaps they were earlier provided for but that also is not mentioned.

SCMAR, Vol. V, Fall 1977, No. 4, p.223
State of South Carolina, Cheraw District, in Equity. William Blakeney, late of the District of Chesterfield departed this life being seized of a considerable real estate on the waters of Hill Creek containing 4032 acres adj. John Blakeney Jr., John Blakeney Sen., Evan Threat[?], Hugh Blakeney & others,
leaving his widow Leah Blakeney,
Francis Bullard wife of William Bullard,
Jane Howard wife of Alexander Howard sisters of intestate,
Hugh Blakeney son of Hugh Blakeney a deceased Brother of Intestate,
Sarah a daughter of Elizabeth Weaver by Jesse Weaver, a niece of Intestate,
and Thomas B. May,
Alexander May,
Rosannah Hammond wife of H. B. Hammond,
Sarah Massey wife of James C. Massey,
Mary Cash wife of J. D. Cash, and
Pleasant May children of Mary May a deceased sister of Intestate.
Please H. May has departed this life leaving a son Augustus May his heir,
all of whom are heirs at law of Intestate William Blakeney. 
William Blakeney, Jr.
 
911 1850 Census Bellmont, Sumter Co., Alabama
Hugh Blakeney 43 M Farmer 4000 SC
Elizabeth A. Blakeney 16 F AL
Robert J. Blakeney 14 M AL
Susan Blakeney 12 F AL
William 10 M AL 
William 'Hugh' Blakeney
 
912 Note Alt birth location from her death record. Susie Angeline Bland
 
913 The following is researched by Sheila Bradley Tackett and posted to and copied from James' Find-a-Grave memorial page (Memorial# 8100915):
1820-25th January-Birth of James Henry Blanton, Scott Co. VA
1836-25th March-Floyd Co. KY Deed, Bk D, Page 22-James Blanton
1840-24th September-Marriage of James Henry & Mary
1843-18th November-Birth of Elias "Bud" Blanton
1844- Johnson Co., KY Tax List, Paint Creek
1845-15th November-Birth of George Washington Blanton*
1846-17 January-Johnson Co. KY Land Grants
1847-30th September-Birth of Martha Jane Blanton
1849-8th May-Birth of Sarah Anne Blanton
1850-Johnson Co. Census, Barnetts Creek
1851-26th March-Birth of James McHenry Blanton
1851-Ky Land Grants, Br. Paint Creek
1852-25th December-Birth of John Elliott Blanton
1854-23rd July-Birth of Sylvestor "Harmon" Blanton
1854-6th December-Deed-Book G, Page 358-James Blanton-John Mahan
1856-28th March-Birth of Mary Jane Blanton
1857-3rd April- Indenture bet. James Blanton-Elias & Elizabeth Curtis Davis
1857-3rd December-Floyd Co., survey Bk. C, Pgs. 478-479, James Blanton-Wm. May afore of John Jackson
1858-29th January-Birth of Santford Lee Blanton
1860-6th March-Birth of Lydia Myrtle Blanton
1860-Johnson Co. Census, HH#845
1861-18th March-County Court Order Land Patent #33875, Grant Bk, & Pg. 61; Floyd Co., surveyed 3 Dec. 1857, Granted 18 Mar 1861
1862-Birth of Sylvia Missouri Blanton, I've heard two stories about Sylvia, One, as a young woman in her 20's, she went swimming during her time of month, got a fever & died. Another is she died before her 20's.
1864-12 June-Birth of William Riley Blanton
1865-10 Jan.-Johnson Co Land Grants, Big Paint Creek
1865-21st April-Johnson Co. Land Grants Bk. H, Pg. 207, James Blanton-J.B. Gibson, Big Paint Creek
1869-October-Birth of Benjamin Blanton
1870-Johnson Co. Census, HH#177, Barnetts Creek
1877-20 Nov.-Indenture Bk. P, Page 404, J.J. Lemaster, James H., James M. & J.E. Blanton
1878-Johnson Co. Deed, Bk. E & F, Pg. 156, Blanton James Blanton to Fred A. Prentice
1880-Johnson Co. Census
1891-11th Dec.-Indenture Bk. 12, Pg. 44 James H. to John E. Blanton
1900- Johnson Co. Census, Mag. Dist. 4, HH#184, James is 80, a widower
1905-2nd May-Will of James H. Blanton, Probated at the October term, Johnson Co. Court. duly recorded 10 Nov. 1905
1905-3rd May-Johnson Co. Deed Bk. 22, Pgs. 16-17, James Blanton to Benjamin Blanton
1905-5th of August-Death of James Henry Blanton"

Also links available on his memorial page:
Children:
Elias Blanton (1843 - 1918)
George Washington Blanton (1845 - 1911)
Martha Jane Blanton McKenzie (1847 - 1919)
Sarah Anne Blanton McCarty (1849 - 1915)
James McHenry Blanton (1851 - 1921)
John Elliott Blanton (1852 - 1923)
Sylvestor Harmon Blanton (1854 - 1917)
Mary Blanton Gullett (1856 - 1939)
Santford Lee Blanton (1858 - 1939)
Lydia Myrtle Blanton McKenzie (1860 - 1942)
William Riley Blanton (1864 - 1936)
Benjamin Blanton (1869 - 1906) 
James Henry Blanton
 
914 The following info contributed by Maureen Briscoe:

CENSUS: 1910 Kansas, Greeley County, Tribune Township, Horace City, E.D. 59 Page 3B
dwelling 17 family 17, taken 27 April, 1910 by Susie VanNoy
BLANTON, William S., head, M W, (22), single, TX KY TX, secretary-YMCA

1915 - KANSAS STATE CENSUS
Roll ks1915_157 Page 38
Montgomery County, Coffeyville
dwelling 1051 Family 1125
BLANTON, W.S., (30), M W
Mabel S., (27), F W
Vassel N., (6 mo), M W

WORLD WAR I REGISTRATION CARD
Serial Number: 2081 Order Number: A2687 Stamped: 15-1-32-C
William Sneed Blanton
Permanent Address: 612 Elm, Coffeyville, Montgomery, Kansas
Age in Years: 32
Date of Birth: October 29, 1885
White, Native Born
Present Occupation: General Secretary-YMCA, Board of Directors, Coffeyville, Montgomery, Kansas
Nearest Relative: Nonie Blanton of 612 Elm, Coffeyville, Montgomery, Texas
Signed: William Sneed Blanton
REGISTRAR'S REPORT
Applicant is of medium height and build, with gray eyes and dark hair
Signed: A.H. Gibson
September 12, 1918
Local Board for Division No. 2, County of Montgomery, State of Kansas, Cherryville, Kansas

CENSUS: 1920 Kansas, Montgomery County, E.D. 172 Page 5A, Stamped 159
Film T625_541 Image 870
dwelling 117 family 143, taken 13 January, 1920 by Tipten P. Laughlin
NEILSEN, Francis A., Head, owns, M W, (59), widowed, MS TN TN
BLANTON, Nonie N., daughter, F W, (30), OK MS KS
*William S., son-in-law, M W, (31), married TX KY KY, secretary-YMCA

CENSUS: 1930 Kansas, Montgomery County, Coffeyville, Precinct 8, E.D. 20, Image 489.0 Page 10A
Roll 712 Image 489.0
dwelling 241 family 271, living on Elm Street, taken April 16, 1930 by Mrs. mary Ensch
BLANTON, William S., Head, owns $8000, M W, (44), TX TX KY , agent-real estate
Nonie N., wife, F W, (40), married at 27, OK MS KS
Armella, daughter, F W, (8), KS TX OK 
William Sneed Blanton
 
915 Walter is found on the 1920 Census, 25 years old, single, residence: Clay Co., Texas. Head of Household is his mother "Kate Bledsoe" and among his siblings is a 15 years old brother, Oscar.

1930 Census District 3, Precinct 2, Armstrong Co., Texas
Bledsoe, W. A. Head M W 35 Mat27 OK TX TX
Bledsoe, Lora wife F W 28 Mat 20 TX TX AL
Bledsoe, Frank son M W 7 S TX OK TX
Bledsoe, Jack son M W 4 1/2 S TX OK TX
Bledsoe, Nella C. dau F W 2 1/2 S TX OK TX
Bledsoe, O. P. brother M W 25 S TX TX TX 
Walter A. Bledsoe
 
916 In 1870 Theresa was living next household to her son Maranda and his family. Theresa Board
 
917 Tombstone transcription has Sarah's name to be Sarah T. but Hayden family papers have her name to be Sarah J. Boerum. Sarah J. Boerum
 
918 Emily is found in the 1880 Dist. 116, Goodwins, Gwinnett Co., Georgia Census. She is 63, widowed and living with a 19 year old companion.

Chuck Sexton's web site has an ALT birth location for Emily Bogan as Augusta, Richmond County, GA. 
Emily Bogan
 
919 Elizabeth Bogart was Elbert's second wife. Elizabeth Bogart
 
920 Article on Perry Boggs, Contributed by Marsha Petrie:: Eighty Years in Iowa. Perry Boggs, one of Albia's oldest residents, was born in Braxton, W VA in 1830 and came to Iowa at the age of 9 years. He attended school both at Farmington and Fairfield.
Mr. Boggs has lived in Iowa 80 years, spending all of that time in Albia, except 12 years at Creston. He was married in 1851 to Jamima Welch. Mr. and Mrs. Boggs were the parents of nine children, seven of whom are now living.
Mr. Boggs has been visiting his niece, Mrs. J. L. Todd, of Indiannola Avenue. He saw the state capitol for the first time during this visit. He is still active and spends his time reading and attending to many light duties. 
Perry B. Boggs
 
921 1880 Census 251, Davidson Twp, Randolph Co., Arkansas
Jackson, William W M 42 married Farmer TN blank blank
Jackson, Louisa W F 31 wife married Keeping house AR KY AR
Jackson, Franklin W M 7 son S AR TN AR
Jackson, Thomas W M 5 son S AR TN AR
Jackson, John W M 3 son S AR TN AR
Jackson, David W M 1 son S AR TN AR 
Louisa Jane Bohanning
 
922 Comments on her Find-a-Grave memorial page:
Edna Bertha Bolton Shomo, 54, died July 11, 1936. She was the daughter of Napoleon Bonaparte and Louisa Johnson Bolton. On May 29, 1902, she married George Washington Shomo. During their marriage they had three children to be born and die in infancy. There were no children to grow to adulthood. 
Edna B. Bolton
 
923 1880 Census Glade, Barbour Co., West Virginia
Bolton, Napoleon W M 29 married Farmer WV NY NY
Bolton, Louisa W F 26 Wife married Keeping house WV WV WV
Bolton, John O. W M 9 son single WV WV WV
Bolton, Ella B. W F 6 dau single WV WV WV 
Ella Bird Bolton
 
924 1880 Census Glade, Barbour Co., West Virginia
Bolton, Napoleon W M 29 married Farmer WV NY NY
Bolton, Louisa W F 26 Wife married Keeping house WV WV WV
Bolton, John O. W M 9 son single WV WV WV
Bolton, Ella B. W F 6 dau single WV WV WV 
John O. Bolton
 
925 From the History of Barbour County West Virginia: from its earliest exploration and settlement to the present time:

"Napoleon Bonaparte Bolton, born near Philippi in 1850, son of William and Clarinda (Jones) Bolton, was married March 31, 1870, to Louisa, daughter of Garrett, and Elizabeth (Thompson) Johnson. Children, John O., Ella B., Edna, Myrtle and Lula May. He is a member of the M.E. Church, and is a Republican and farmer, living on the waters of Bill's Creek. His grandfather and father were natives of New York and came to West Virginia at an early date. Mr. Bolton traveled a year in the West making his headquarters in Nebraska; but he returned to West Virginia to make his home. He moved to Monongalia County in 1893, but the next spring returned to Barbour."
----
The birth record of his daughter, Lulu May gives the birth location of both of her parents as Barbour County.

1880 Census Glade, Barbour Co., West Virginia
Bolton, Napoleon W M 29 married Farmer WV NY NY
Bolton, Louisa W F 26 Wife married Keeping house WV WV WV
Bolton, John O. W M 9 son single WV WV WV
Bolton, Ella B. W F 6 dau single WV WV WV

West Virginia, Deaths Index, 1853-1973 at ancestry.com
Name: Nepoleon Bolton
Birth Date: 15 Jun 1850
Birth Place: West Virginia
Death Date: 25 Dec 1930
Death Place: Belington, West Virginia
Burial Date: 28 Dec 1930
Burial Place: West Virginia
Death Age: 80 years 6 months 10 days
Race: White
Marital Status: Widowed
Gender: Male
Father Name: William Bolton
Father Birth Place: West Virginia
Mother Name: Jones
Mother Birth Place: West Virginia
FHL Film Number: 808379 
Napolean Bonapart Bolton
 
926 Lewis was a widower on the 1900 census. He had a couple of boarders and a housekeeper living with him. In 1930 Lewis was 94 years old on the Dist. 16, Madison, Richland Co., Ohio. He was living with his second wife Harriet. Lewis J. Bonar
 
927 This obituary was provided by Janeen Proctor:
Crawfordsville Journal Review- Fri July 26, 1991- pg 2-
Helen Jackson
May 15, 1909- July 25, 1991
Darlington- Helen N. Jackson, 82, of Darlington died Thursday in Culver Hospital.
Mrs. Jackson was a homemaker and member of Darlington United Methodist Church and the church’s Circle 3. She was also a member of 4-M’s at Linden and had attended Veedersburg and Crawfordsville schools. She was born May 15, 1909, at Veedersburg to John and Lula Bond. She married Athel W. Jackson April 16, 1927, at Crawordsville. He died in 1982.
Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Don {Claudine} Charters of Crawfordsville ; a son Robert J. of Lafayette; 5 grandchildren; and nine great – grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by two sisters and a brother.
Services are scheduled for 10: 30 a.m. Saturday in the Burkhart Funeral Home’s Darlington Chapel with the Rev. David Rockhill officiating. Burial will be in the Greenlawn Cemetery. Friends may call 5-8 p.m. today at the chapel. Memorials may be made to the Darlington United Methodist Church. 
Helen Bond
 
928 His death certificate states that he was a machinist for a tool company. Edgar Alvin Bone
 
929 Two different birth dates have been found for Matilda Bonner: 14 Feb 1841 is given by the Bass & Bonner website here:
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~mysouthernfamily/myff/surnames.html
and 25 Nov 1839 is used by Dede Darsey Holden from her source: The Choctaw County Heritage Book Committee, editor, The Heritage of Choctaw County, Alabama, Seaborne and Mary Martin Bonner Family: p. 107. Researched by: Thompson; Submitted by: Danny Ray Bonner, Toxey, AL. This website will use the 1839 date. The Heritage book does not give a location for Matilda's birth. 
Matilda Bonner
 
930 1880 Census District 115, Grant District, Harrison Co., WV
Booth, D. H. head W M 39 farmer WV WV WV
Booth, Mary E. wife W F 34 keeps house WV WV WV
Booth, Estella dau W F 11 WV WV WV
Booth, David O. son W M 10 WV WV WV
Booth, Elonzo son W M 3 WV WV WV

1900 Census Dist 49, Grant Twp, Harrison Co., West Virginia
Booth, Daniel H. Head W M Feb 1841 59 M33yrs WV WV WV
Booth, Mary E. wife W F June 1845 54 M33yrs 3ch/3 lvg WV WV WV
David O. son W M Mar 1870 30 S WV WV WV
Alonzo H. son W M Mar 1878 22 S WV WV WV

West Virginia, Marriages Index, 1785-1971
about Alonzo Hart Booth
Name: Alonzo Hart Booth
Gender: Male
Birth Date: abt 1877
Birth Place: Harrison, West Virginia
Age: 33
Spouse's Name: Lillian May Davisson
Spouse Gender: Female
Spouse Age: 27
Spouse Birth Place: Harrison County, West Virginia
Marriage Date: 27 Jun 1910
Marriage Place: Harrison, West Virginia
Marital Status: Single
Race: White
Ethnicity: Canadian
Father's Name: Daniel H Booth
Mother's Name: Mary E Booth
Spouse Father's Name: William I Davisson
Spouse Mother's Name: Olive Davisson

World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918
Name: Alonzo Hart Booth
Permanent Home Address: Ronceverte, WV
County: Greenbrier
State: West Virginia
Birth Date: 2 Mar 1877
Race: White
Occupation: Salesman
Employer: Tech Harvester, Ronceverte, WV
Nearest Relative: Lillian Booth, wife, Ronceverte, WV
Date signed: 11 Sep 1918
FHL Roll Number: 1992481 
Alonzo Hart Booth
 
931 Alvin was single when he died of an intestinal blockage. Email from Kim Booth Fetter says he was with Lloyd Stout on the 1910 Census. Alvin Huston Booth
 
932 1880 Census District 115, Grant District, Harrison Co., WV
Booth, D. H. head W M 39 farmer WV WV WV
Booth, Mary E. wife W F 34 keeps house WV WV WV
Booth, Estella dau W F 11 WV WV WV
Booth, David O. son W M 10 WV WV WV
Booth, Elonzo son W M 3 WV WV WV

1900 Census Dist 49, Grant Twp, Harrison Co., West Virginia
Booth, Daniel H. Head W M Feb 1841 59 M33yrs WV WV WV
Booth, Mary E. wife W F June 1845 54 M33yrs 3ch/3 lvg WV WV WV
David O. son W M Mar 1870 30 S WV WV WV
Alonzo H. son W M Mar 1878 22 S WV WV WV 
Daniel 'Hart' Booth
 
933 1910 Census Dist 0020, Clarksburg Ward 3, Harrison Co., West Virginia
Booth, David O. Head W W 40 M1-3yrs WV WV WV
Booth, Rebecca M. wife F W 41 Msmudged-3yrs 3ch/3 lvg WV WV WV
Booth, David H. son M W 2 S WV WV WV
Strosnider, Jacob roomer M W 35 S WV WV WV
Vertner, Charles roomer M W 32 S PA PA PA
Logue, Harry roomer M W 32 S PA PA PA

1920 Census Dist 154, Clarksburg, Harrison Co., West Virginia
Booth, David O. Head M W 49 M WV WV WV
Booth, Rebecca M. Wife F W 59 M WV WV WV
Booth, David H. son M W 12 S WV WV WV
Burkhammer, Jesse roomer M W 32 M WV WV WV
Rough, Harold roomer M W 24 S USA USA USA
Jenkins, Henry roomer M W 19 S USA USA USA

1930 Census District 228, Los Angeles, Los Angeles Co., California
Booth, David O. Head M W 60 M@37 WV WV WV retired
Booth, Rebecca M. wife F W 61 M@18 WV WV WV no occup.
Booth, David H. son M W 22 S WV WV WV salesman

West Virginia, Births Index, 1853-1969
about David Hart Booth
Name: David Hart Booth
Birth Date: 10 Jun 1907
Birth Place: Clarksburg, Harrison, West Virginia
Birth County: Harrison
Gender: Male
Father's Name: D O Booth
Mother's Name: Rebecca Booth
FHL Film Number: 847188

U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946
Name: David H Booth
Birth Year: 1907
Race: White, Citizen (White)
Nativity State or Country: West Virginia
State of Residence: West Virginia
Enlistment Date: 19 Aug 1942
Enlistment State: California
Enlistment City: Los Angeles
Branch: Branch Immaterial - Warrant Officers, USA
Branch Code: Branch Immaterial - Warrant Officers, USA
Grade: Private
Grade Code: Private
Term of Enlistment: Enlistment for the duration of the War or other emergency, plus six months, subject to the discretion of the President or otherwise according to law
Component: Selectees (Enlisted Men)
Source: Civil Life
Education: 1 year of college
Civil Occupation: Salesmen, real estate
Marital Status: Married
Height: 74
Weight: 181

California Death Index, 1940-1997
Name: David Hart Booth
Social Security #: 554160411
Sex: Male
Birth Date: 10 Jun 1907
Birthplace: West Virginia
Death Date: 16 Aug 1959
Death Place: Los Angeles
Mother's Maiden Name: Rogers
Father's Surname: Booth 
David Hart Booth
 
934 His birth record has no middle initial. Kim Booth Fettner and several other trees have his name as David D. Booth but census records 1880 through 1930 plus the birth record of his son, David Hart Booth, all show David's middle initial to be O. Janie's transcriptions below are from the actual images of the records.

1880 Census District 115, Grant District, Harrison Co., WV
Booth, D. H. head W M 39 farmer WV WV WV
Booth, Mary E. wife W F 34 keeps house WV WV WV
Booth, Estella dau W F 11 WV WV WV
Booth, David O. son W M 10 WV WV WV
Booth, Elonzo son W M 3 WV WV WV

1900 Census Dist 49, Grant Twp, Harrison Co., West Virginia
Booth, Daniel H. Head W M Feb 1841 59 M33yrs WV WV WV
Booth, Mary E. wife W F June 18 1845 M33yrs 3ch/3 lvg WV WV WV
David O. son W M Mar 1870 30 S WV WV WV
Alonzo H. son W M Mar 1878 22 S WV WV WV

1910 Census Dist 0020, Clarksburg Ward 3, Harrison Co., West Virginia
Booth, David O. Head W W 40 M1-3yrs WV WV WV
Booth, Rebecca M. wife F W 41 M2-yrs smudged 3ch/3 lvg WV WV WV
Booth, David H. son M W 2 S WV WV WV
Strosnider, Jacob roomer M W 35 S WV WV WV
Vertner, Charles roomer M W 32 S PA PA PA
Logue, Harry roomer M W 32 S PA PA PA

1920 Census Dist 154, Clarksburg, Harrison Co., West Virginia
Booth, David O. Head M W 49 M WV WV WV
Booth, Rebecca M. Wife F W 59 M WV WV WV
Booth, David H. son M W 12 S WV WV WV
Burkhammer, Jesse roomer M W 32 M WV WV WV
Rough, Harold roomer M W 24 S USA USA USA
Jenkins, Henry roomer M W 19 S USA USA USA

1930 Census District 228, Los Angeles, Los Angeles Co., California
Booth, David O. Head M W 60 M@37 WV WV WV retired
Booth, Rebecca M. wife F W 61 M@18 WV WV WV no occup.
Booth, David H. son M W 22 S WV WV WV salesman 
David O. Booth
 
935 Laroy Evans has that Elizabeth and Thomas had 6 children: John, Huston, Charles, Clarkson, Thomas & Mary J. Elizabeth Booth
 
936 Estimated birth year per 1870 census is 1850; per 1860 census is 1848, per 1880 is 1850.
Other charts have given him a middle initial of L. but the following 1880 census clearly shows a J. Also his name on the birth record of his son (Huston L. Booth) shows the parents to be Huston J. and Ida Frances Booth.

1880 Census District 114, Elk District, Harrison Co., WV
Boothe, Houston head W M 73 farmer VA VA VA
Boothe, Houstin J. son W M 30 VA VA VA
Boothe, Mary J. dau W F 27 VA VA VA
Hefner, Jane W F 20 servant VA VA VA
Hefner, William W M 15 servant WV VA VA 
Huston James Booth
 
937 1860 Census Clarksburg, Harrison County, VA Page 148, 149 taken: no date given
Huston Booth 53 M Farmer 4000 Virginia
Ingaby 52 F "
Debborah A. 21 F "
Daniel H. 19 M "
John J. 17 M "
William 15 M "
Huston 12 M "
Next Page:
Mary A. 9 F "

Huston and Ingaby Booth were found in the 1870 Elk, Harrison Co, WV census. His age was 63 and hers was 61. Three children were living with them at the time: William 23, Huston L. 20, and Mary A. 17.

1880 Census District 114, Elk District, Harrison Co., WV
Boothe, Houston head W M 73 farmer VA VA VA
Boothe, Houstin J. son W M 30 VA VA VA
Boothe, Mary J. dau W F 27 VA VA VA
Hefner, Jane W F 20 servant VA VA VA
Hefner, William W M 15 servant WV VA VA 
Huston-Houston Booth
 
938 Wes Cochran, Harrison County Marriages 1785-1894, p 131
Thomas B. Wilson 21
Martha Ann Booth 20
Brides parents: H & I
Grooms parents: James P & R
20 Mar 1855

1860 Census dist n/g, Harrison Co., Virginia
Post Office: Clarksburg
Rebecca Haymond 81 M Maryland (gender given is obviously in error)
Martha Wilson 26 F VA
Etta Wilson 7 F VA
Dora Wilson 5 F VA
George last name n/g 53 M laborer Germany

Mike Kilburn's rootsweb chart says Martha Ann and Harold had 3 children: John M., Harold, William H., and a daughter Dora from Martha's previous marrriage.

Actually two children's births were registered in Harrison County to Thomas B. Wilson and Martha Ann Booth: Etta and Dora. 
Martha Ann Booth
 
939 1880 Census District 114, Elk District, Harrison Co., WV
Boothe, Houston head W M 73 farmer VA VA VA
Boothe, Houstin J. son W M 30 VA VA VA
Boothe, Mary J. dau W F 27 VA VA VA
Hefner, Jane W F 20 servant VA VA VA
Hefner, William W M 15 servant WV VA VA

Her estimated birth year per 1860 census is 1851, per 1870 census is 1853 and 1880 census is 1853. 
Mary Adeline Booth
 
940 From "The Record" Jan 1962, pg 29, 30: "In October 1675, he [Joseph Thorne RIN 4005] testified that Susannah Hallet was his mother."

From "The Record" April 1961, pg 95: "In this article the children of William and Susannah (Booth) Thorne are recorded as Dr. Eaton named them, with Susannah, purely on conjecture." And the named children were William, John, Joseph, Susannah and Samuel. 
Susannah Booth
 
941 Estimated birth year per 1870 census is 1847; and per 1860 census is 1845. William Booth
 
942 Missouri Marriage Records, 1805-2002
Name: Charles T Boraker
Age: 26
Birth Date: abt 1876
Marriage Date: 30 Mar 1902
Marriage Location: Aurora, Lawrence, MO
Marriage County: Lawrence
Spouse Name: Ella Crawford
Spouse Age: 19
Spouse Birth Date: abt 1883 
Charles T. Boraker
 
943 1850 Census Union, Montgomery, Indiana
543/545
Henry Boroker 57 M VA
Mary A. Boroker 50 F VA (Mary Ann Barton)
Rnelly Boroker 21 F OH
Lydia Boroker 19 F OH
Mary A. Boroker 17 F OH
Elizabeth Boroker 16 OH 
Elizabeth Boraker
 
944 1850 Census Union, Montgomery, Indiana
543/545
Henry Boroker 57 M VA
Mary A. Boroker 50 F VA (Mary Ann Barton)
Rnelly Boroker 21 F OH
Lydia Boroker 19 F OH
Mary A. Boroker 17 F OH
Elizabeth Boroker 16 OH 
Ellen Boraker
 
945 The Boraker Family Newsletter has Fred's middle initial as T. The 1900 census has his middle initial as W. Frederick T. Boraker
 
946 1870 Census Union, Montgomery Co., Indiana
Boraker, Dan'l 53 m W farmer VA
Boraker, Nancy 47 F W keeps house IN
Boraker, Ebenezer 20 M W at home IN
Boraker, Sarah 16 F W at home IN
Boraker, George 13 M W at home IN
Boraker, Nancy 10 F W at home IN
Boraker, John 24 M W farm laborer IN (son)
Boraker, Susan 23 F W keeps house IN (dau-in-law)
Boraker, William 3 M W IN (gr-son)
Boraker, George 1 M W IN (gr-son) 
George H. Boraker
 
947 Virginia Marriages, 1740-1850 at ancestry.com
Groom Name: Henry Buracker
Bride Name: Mary Ann Barton
Marriage Date: 10 Jan 1814
County: Shenandoah
State: Virginia

1850 Census Union, Montgomery, Indiana
543/545
Henry Boroker 57 M VA
Mary A. Boroker 50 F VA (Mary Ann Barton)
Rnelly Boroker 21 F OH
Lydia Boroker 19 F OH
Mary A. Boroker 17 F OH
Elizabeth Boroker 16 OH 
Henry Boraker
 
948 Isaiah is mis-labeled on the 1850 census as 'Sarah' (male) with his parents/ He is shown correctly on the 1860 as 11 yrs old. He is out of the home by the 1870 census.

Quote from Buracker & Boraker Family Newsletters, #43, Dec 2008" about the 1850 census: "Most of the Borakers were farmers, but Isaiah was a grocer in Crawfordsville by 1900. Isaiah and Sarah had three daughters: Elda, Mattie (Martha) May and Essie Catherine."

1900 Census Dist 113, Union Twp, Montgomery Co., Indiana
Boraker, Isaiah head W M Sep 1848 51 M 30 IN IN IN
Boraker, Sarah E. wife W F May 1853 47 M 30 3ch/2lvg IN OH OH
Boraker, Mattie M. dau W F Dec 1877 22 S IN IN IN
Boraker, Esie C. dau W F Mch 1882 18 S IN IN IN 
Isaiah Jackson Boraker
 
949 1870 Census Union, Montgomery Co., Indiana
Boraker, Dan'l 53 m W farmer VA
Boraker, Nancy 47 F W keeps house IN
Boraker, Ebenezer 20 M W at home IN
Boraker, Sarah 16 F W at home IN
Boraker, George 13 M W at home IN
Boraker, Nancy 10 F W at home IN
Boraker, John 24 M W farm laborer IN (son)
Boraker, Susan 23 F W keeps house IN (dau-in-law)
Boraker, William 3 M W IN (gr-son)
Boraker, George 1 M W IN (gr-son) 
John Wesley Boraker
 
950 1850 Census Union, Montgomery, Indiana
543/545
Henry Boroker 57 M VA
Mary A. Boroker 50 F VA (Mary Ann Barton)
Rnelly Boroker 21 F OH
Lydia Boroker 19 F OH
Mary A. Boroker 17 F OH
Elizabeth Boroker 16 OH 
Lydia Boraker
 
951 1910 Census Dist 168, Union, Montgomery Co., Indiana
Douglas, Charles E. head m W 43 M1 for 16yrs IN IN IN
Douglas, Malinda wife F W 36 M1 for 16 yrs 7ch/6lvg IN IN IN
Douglas, Ivy dau F W 14 S IN IN IN
Douglas, Gladys E. dau F W 12 S IN IN IN
Douglas, Raymond E. son M W 10 S IN IN IN
Douglas, Eula C. dau F W 6 S IN IN IN
Douglas, Thelma dau F W 3 S IN IN IN
Douglas, Ralph son M W 1 5/12 S IN IN IN

1920 Census Dist 189, Wayne, Montgomery Co., Indiana
Douglas, Charles E. head m W 53 M IN IN IN
Douglas, Malinda B. wife F W 46 M IN IN IN
Douglas, Raymond E. son M W 19 S IN IN IN
Douglas, Eula C. dau F W 15 S IN IN IN
Douglas, Thelma dau F W 12 S IN IN IN
Douglas, Ralph D. son M W 11 S IN IN IN
Douglas, Allen A. dau F W 8 S IN IN IN


1930 Census, Dist 32, Wayne, Montgomery Co., Indiana
Douglas, Charles E. head M W 63 M at26 IN IN IN
Douglas, Malinda wife F W 57 M at20 IN IN IN
Douglas, Ralph son M W 21 S IN IN IN
Douglas, Alena dau F W 18 S IN IN IN
Douglas, Ruby gr-dau F W 16 S IN IN IN
Demoret, Clarence gr-son M W 13 S IN IN IN 
Malinda B. Boraker
 
952 1900 Census Dist 113, Union Twp, Montgomery Co., Indiana
Swan, Nathaniel R. head W M Mar 1852 48 M23yrs KY KY KY
Swan, Mattie wife W F Dec 1849 50 M23yrs 3ch/3lvg IN IN IN
Swan, Harry son W M Oct 1877 22 S IN KY IN
Swan, Walter son W M Oct 1879 20 S IN KY IN
Swan, Mable dau W F Apl 1884 16 S IN KY IN

This census is in error about Mattie's age. In the 1870 census for her parents, she was three years old; so the date in the Boraker Family Newsletter of 1857 is correct! 
Martha Jane 'Mattie' Boraker
 
953 1850 Census Union, Montgomery, Indiana
543/545
Henry Boroker 57 M VA
Mary A. Boroker 50 F VA (Mary Ann Barton)
Rnelly Boroker 21 F OH
Lydia Boroker 19 F OH
Mary A. Boroker 17 F OH
Elizabeth Boroker 16 OH 
Mary Ann Boraker
 
954 There is a child, W. H. Dickerson age 2, living with Mary Ann's parents William and Lucinda, in the 1870 Census. The Buracker & Boraker Family Newsletters, #43, Dec 2008" says this is a child of Mary Ann and her husband William Dickerson and gives a birthdate. Mary Ann Boraker
 
955 1900 Census Dist 115, Union Twp, Montgomery Co., Indiana
Jones, James M. head W M Sept 1856 43 M22yrs IN OH OH
Jones, Elizabeth wife W F Apr 1861 39 M22yrs 7ch/6 lvg IN IN IN
Jones, Myrtle dau W F Oct 1879 20 S IN IN IN
Jones, Jesse son W M Sept 1882 17 S IN IN IN
Jones, Charles son W M June 1884 15 S IN IN IN
Jones, Howard Son W M Sept 1892 7 S IN IN IN
Jones, Agness dau W F Mch 1894 6 S IN IN IN
Jones, Mary dau W F July 1896 3 S IN IN IN

1910 Census Dist 171, Crawfordsville Ward 2, Montgomery Co., Indiana
Jones, Lizzie head F W 48 M1 33yrs 9ch/7 lvg IN IN IN
Jones, Jesse son M W 27 S IN IN IN
Jones, Howard son M W 19 S IN IN IN
Jones, Agnes dau F W 16 S IN IN IN
Jones, Mary dau F W 13 S IN IN IN
Jones, Helen dau F W 8 S IN IN IN 
Mary Elizabeth 'Lizzie' Boraker
 
956 Social Security Death Index
Name: Minnie E. Vining
SSN: 565-78-5579
Last Residence: 92666 Orange, Orange, California, United States of America
Born: 16 Mar 1886
Died: 15 Nov 1966
State (Year) SSN issued: California (1965 )

California Death Index, 1940-1997
Name: Minnie E Vining
Sex: FEMALE
Birth Date: 16 Mar 1886
Birthplace: Indiana
Death Date: 5 Nov 1966
Death Place: Orange
Mother's Maiden Name: Ferris 
Minnie Essie Boraker
 
957 Indiana Marriage Collection, 1800-1941
Name: Nancy J Boraker
Spouse Name: Thomas Berkshire
Marriage Date: 4 Dec 1879
Marriage County: Montgomery
Source Title 1: Montgomery County, Indiana
Source Title 2: Index to Marriage Record 1860 - 1920 Inclusive Vol
Source Title 3: W. P. A. Original Record Located: County Clerk's O
Book: 9 OS Page: 322

1900 Census Dist 112, Union Twp, Montgomery Co., Indiana
Berkshire, Thomas M* head W M Jany 1856 44 M @20 IN VA OH
Berkshire, Nancy J. wife W F May 1860 40 M @20 0ch/0lvg IN VA IN
Boraker, Nancy mother-i-law W F Oct 1822 77 Wd 8ch/6lvg In NC NC
Bunnell, Sylvia adopted dau W F May 1890 10 S IN IN IN
Snyder, George boarder W M June 1885 14 S IN IN IN
*an ancestry user has left a correction to say the M was not correct. 
Nancy Jane Boraker
 
958 Indiana Marriage Collection, 1800-1941
Name: Sarah Ann Boraker
Spouse Name: Ambrose Goff Cooley
Marriage Date: 25 Nov 1875
Marriage County: Montgomery
Source Title 1: Montgomery County, Indiana
Source Title 2: Index to Marriage Record 1860 - 1920 Inclusive Vol
Source Title 3: W. P. A. Original Record Located: County Clerk's O
Book: 8 OS Page: 369 
Sarah Ann Boraker
 
959 Notes provided by R. C. Boraker, editor of Buracker & Boraker Family History Research Newletters, #43, pg 4:
Thomas Jefferson Boraker was born on October 6, 1854. He married Mary Jane Osborn in December, 1884. The affidavit was witnessed by Henry J. Osborn. According to the obituary published in the Crawfordsville Daily Journal, February 3, 1909, Thomas was probably one of the most widely known men in Crawfordsville. He had been employed at the courthouse for many years as an engineer and later as a janitor. One of his responsibilities was being in charge of the county Jail. He was a man with a keen sense of honor and a man of business ability who had acquired several residential properties in the town. . . . Although Thomas and Mary had no children, they adopted Lulu R. Hartington who became Mrs. Wallace Whalen. Thomas died at her home on February 3, 1909. 
Thomas Jefferson Boraker
 
960 1870 Census Union, Montgomery Co., Indiana
Boraker, Dan'l 53 m W farmer VA
Boraker, Nancy 47 F W keeps house IN
Boraker, Ebenezer 20 M W at home IN
Boraker, Sarah 16 F W at home IN
Boraker, George 13 M W at home IN
Boraker, Nancy 10 F W at home IN
Boraker, John 24 M W farm laborer IN (son)
Boraker, Susan 23 F W keeps house IN (dau-in-law)
Boraker, William 3 M W IN (gr-son)
Boraker, George 1 M W IN (gr-son) 
William D. Boraker
 
961 1870 Census Union, Montgomery Co., Indiana
Cope, Enos 67 M W farmer 8,000 1,300 PA
Cope, Absolom 36 M W miller IN
Cope, Melinda 38 F W at home OH
Boraker, William 28 M W farmer IN
Boraker, Lydia 26 F W keeps house IN
Boraker, Walker 3 M W IN
next page:
Boraker, Dora 2/12 F W IN
Graham, James 23 M W day laborer IN
Cope, Margaret 11 F W at home IN 
William E. Boraker
 
962 Obituary from Buracker & Boraker Family Newsletters, #43, Dec 2008" about the 1850 census:
Crawfordsville Star, June 3, 1886
William Boraker died in this city on last Saturday, May 29, at 11 o'clock p.m., of congestion of the brain. He was one of our oldest citizens and was always as industrious and honest man. He was born in Champaign county, Ohio, in 1817 and moved to Montgomery county, Ind., in 1833, where he had resided continuously up to his death. His age was therefore 68 years. His wife died in September, 1875. Mr. Boraker leaves three sons and two daughters to mourn his loss. The funeral services were conducted at the residence of his son, Thomas Boraker, on North Washington street, on Monday, by Eld. M. M. Vancleave. The remains were interred in Oak Hill cemetery.

Indiana Deaths, 1882-1920 about William Boricker
Name: William Boricker
Date: 31 May 1886
Location: Crawfordsville
Age: 68 Yr
Gender: Male
Race: White
Source Location: City Health Office, Crawfordsville
Source notes: The source of this record is the book H-37 on page 46 within the series produced by the Indiana Works Progress Administration.
This may have been the date William was buried; according to his obit he died on May 29th. 
William H. Boraker
 
963 1900 U.S. Census Wheeling, Ohio Co., West Virginia (Union District)
Jackson, Mrs. Annie Head W F Aug 1825 75 Wd 10ch/4 lvg WV PA PA
Jackson, Sidney dau W F April 1859 40 S WV PA PA
Murphy, John Boarder W M Oct 1864 35 S WV WV WV Gas Retort man
and NEXT HOUSEHOLD:
Jackson, Chas. Head W M Dec 1876 23 M1yr WV WV WV R.R. Brakeman
Jackson, Mrs. Anna Wife W F Oct 1882 18 M1yr 1ch/1 lvg WV WV WV
Jackson, James son W M Feby 1900 5/12 S WV WV WV 
Anna Gertrude Boring
 
964 Harrison County, WV Marriages 1785-1894, (Wes Cochran), Pg. 332
Elliot Luther W 29 Harrison
Boring Jennie 27 Harrison
Truman & Sarah
Samuel I & Elizabeth
12 Apr 1888 
Manda Jennie Boring
 
965 1870 Union Twp. Harrison County, WV
Series: M593 Roll: 1688 Page: 286
Surname GivenName Age Sex Race Birthplace State County Location Year
BORING SAMUEL 45 M W VA WV HARRISON UNION TWP 1870
taken 2 September 1870
Line 31 #251-251
Boring Samuel 45 M W farmer 6500 2435 VA
Elizabeth 31 F W keeping house VA
Manda J 11 F W VA
Sarah 9 F W VA
George L 2 M W WV
Ellen J 25 F W at home VA

St Clair County, Missouri: Circuit Court Docket, Term Commencing March 1st, 1880: Civil Cases. E. J. Stout vs Samuel J. Boring, account
http://www.missouribrat.com/genealogy/circuitcourt/CircuitCourtDocketMarch1880.htm

His wife Elizabeth was widowed on the 1900 Harrison Co, WV census. 
Samuel J. 'Sammy' Boring
 
966 Obituary retrieved from Find A Grave website:
Houston Chronicle Date: Thursday 08/09/01 Section: A Edition: 3 CLAUDIA MARIE JACKSON CLAUDIA MARIE JACKSON, age 52, of Austin passed away on Tuesday, August 7, 2001. She was born on January 19, 1949 in Teague, Texas, the daughter of Carl Elvin and Gladys Marie Bottoms. Claudia taught at Pond Springs Elementary for the past fifteen years. Claudia is survived by her husband, Ronald Jackson of Austin; sons, Stephen Jackson and wife Melinda of Jonestown; Richie Jackson and wife Aime of Austin; grandchildren, Kayla, Haley, Alan, and Christopher; her parents, Carl and Gladys Bottoms of Winnie, Texas; three sisters all of Winnie, Texas, Glenda Rogers and husband Bobby, their sons, Glenn Ray and Terry and grandchildren; Karen Thompson and husband Danny, their children, Darin and Karla, and grandchildren; Norma Lambert and husband Hal, their children, Shelly and Trey, and grandchildren; and one brother of San Antonio, Carlton Bottoms and wife Rosa, their children, Stacy, Michelle, Tonya, Teffany, Thara, and Michael, and grandchildren. The family will receive friends from 6:00 P.M. to 8:00 P.M. Friday, August 10, 2001, in the Beck Funeral Home, Cedar Park Location. Funeral services will be at 1:00 P.M. Saturday, August 11, 2001 at Beck Funeral Home with Rev. Kenneth Hodges and Rev. Joe Paul Granberry officiating. Interment will be held at 4:30 P.M. Saturday in Salty Cemetery, Rockdale , Texas. In lieu of flowers, contributions in memory of Claudia Jackson may be sent to the American Cancer Society, 2433-A Ridgepoint Dr., Austin, TX 78754. Arrangements under the direction of Beck Funeral Home, Cedar Park/Leander, 512-259-1610. 
Claudia Marie Bottoms
 
967 Inscription from the photo of grave marker at Hillside Cemetery, Memorial# 75455697:
Patrick Lesley Bouchard
August 15, 1954 - February 23 2007
Beloved Husband, Father, Brother, Son, Uncle & Friend
Ashes spread along Sunset Cliffs, San Diego, CA 
Patrick 'Pat' Bouchard
 
968 Written by Robert Bouchard, published in Oscar Burton Robbins book, pg 212:
"Received all my schooling in Huerfano and Custer counties, Colorado and Atoka, Oklahoma. At age 17 gave up school to drive a truck, continuing until age 21. In 1944 began driving a bus for Rio Grande Trailways; later joined the U. S. Army, had 17 weeks training at Camp Fannin, Texas.
" From there was sent to front lines in Europe, joining the 35th Division 137th Infantry in Metz, France, serving as Rifleman up to Rhine river in Germany, where I was captured by German S.S. troups and spent one month in concentration camp at Linburg, Germany, during which time I lost 60 pounds.
"Was liberated by U.S. Tank Corps, 6th Division. Spent three months in hospitals in France and England. After release from the Army in 1946 I returned home, have again begun driving a bus."

Military records show he enlisted 18 Jul 1944. 
Robert Bouchard
 
969 Charles' given name taken from the death record of his son, Marvin Russell Boultinghouse here:
https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:K3D6-3M5. His father-in-law's obituary mentions a Mrs. W. F. Boultinghouse as a daughter. 
Charles F. Boultinghouse
 
970 I am told that they had no children. Helen Bowen
 
971 The following record was received from Art Hubbs 23 Sept 2008:

Ontario Deaths - Bloomfield, Prince Edward County, Ontario
Rebecca Jackson
b. Jan. 20
d. Aug. 24 1925 aged 93 years, 7 months, 3 days
burial: Aug. 26 1925 Universalist Cemetery, Bloomfield
Father: John Bowerman
Mother: Susan Clark
Informant: Frank Jackson Bloomfield

My date calculator says that based on her age at death, she was born 21 Jan 1832. I will use the Jan 20st date on the above record. The year calculates to 1832 but that would mean that she married around 14 years of age. It is possible that the informant knew her birthday but not her birth year. If that is the case, even the years, months and days could be an estimate.
-------------------------
Elizabeth Archer shows Rebecca in the 1901 Census with her daugther Alberta J. and another daugther Mildred born 26 Jul 1891. Is it possible that Mildred is a granddaughter? The answer to that is 'yes'! See note in record of Etta Bell Jackson. 
Rebecca Bowerman
 
972 His wife and children are found in the 1930 census listed as Bausman. His wife is listed as a widow. She is named Jimmie Bowman in her brother's obituary. Then she was found in the Oakgrove Cemetery listing as Jimmie Bowman with Jesse D. Bowman buried beside her.

Louisiana Statewide Death Index, 1900-1949
Name: Jesse Bowman
Death Date: 21 Nov 1922
Estimated Birth Year: 1888
Age: 34 years
Parish: Pte. Coupee
Certificate Number: 13086
Volume: 30
Title: Louisiana Statewide Death Indeces 1900-1929 
Jesse D. Bowman
 
973
Hannah Robinson Bowman was the daughter of Robinson and Susan Bowman. She was born March 2, 1880 at the home of her parents in Bethel Community, in Anson County, North Carolina.

Hannah attended school with her brothers and sisters just a short distance from her farm home. She grew into a pretty and talented young lady. Hannah played the auto-harp, piano and guitar and was "light" on her feet. She was a good cook, known for her delicious custards, and always kept an immaculate home.

She met John Bunyan Burch at a church social. They were married October 16, 1898 at the preacher's home. The young couple lived for a few years with "Bun's" family.

In 1900, they were living in a home between "Bun's" home and Elizabeth Baptist Church when their first child, Thomas, was born. The birth was difficult and even the doctor was surprised that mother and baby lived. About twenty-one years later, the youngest child, Belvin, was born. Clancy, Louise and Carl were born in the Mt. Croghan, Chesterfield County, South Carolina area. Francis arrived while the growing family lived in Ruby, Chesterfield County, South Carolina. Paul and Belvin were born in Chesterfield, Chesterfield County, South Carolina.

Hannah was full of mischief and enjoyed her family. Stories of her mischievous pranks are favorites of the family. One such prank is as follows: While all the children were gathered in the bedroom one night, Hannah, using soot from the fire and her apron, made an ugly face. She then held the hideous thing in the doorway, knowing sooner or later one of the children would have to see it. Clancy spied it first, let out a yell and fell backwards on the bed. Carl went under the bed. Not until their mother showed them her handywork did the children calm down.

Even though Hannah was full of fun, she was very strict with her children. Whatever Mama said, they knew she meant it!

January 11, 1922, her husband died, leaving Hannah to provide for the family. The youngest child was less than a year old. Times were hard, but with love and determination, they remained a family, helping each other along life's way.

Hannah always found the time and a way to help others, as long as she was able. She enjoyed sending her homemade goodies to others whenever she saw a need.

In later years, Hannah suffered from poor health but found joy in seeing her children and grandchildren take their places in the world.

November 30, 1966 Hannah Bowman Burch died at the Cheraw Nursing Home at the age of eighty-six. She will always hold a special place in the hearts of her family.

(The above information from Dora "May" Burch MacCallum, granddaughter of Hannah Robinson Bowman, circa 1986.)

Source: Kathy Burch Williams Research 
Hannah Robinson Bown
 
974 His daughter, Myrtle's obit said her father was Ira Jack Bownds. Checking the Texas Birth Records I found his name Ira Jackson Bownds.

Obituary found at
BOWNDS, Ira J. of Thorndale & Rockdale. Age 84. Died 7/26/1953 (Sunday) in St. Edwards Hospital, Cameron. He had been in ill health for some years and was critically ill for a week before his passing. Services held (Monday) 7/27/1953 in Phillips & Luckey Chapel, Rockdale. Burial in the old Mesquite cemetery. Rev. O.J. Morgan, pastor of Tanglewood Baptist Church and Elmer Irby, Church of Christ minister at Rockdale, officiated.
He was BORN in Hays County, TX. His parents were M/M William Bownds. He had lived his life in territory adjacent to Thorndale, many years of which were spent at Watson Branch and had lived in Rockdale since 1941. Married to Miss Isabelle Waters on 1/1/1905.
SURVIVORS: His wife, Isabelle Bownds; children, Olan Edgar Bownds, Jackson Bownds of Rockdale, William Moda Bownds of Paradise, LA., Mrs. Roy Jackson of Galena Park, TX., Mrs. Monora Jackson and Mrs. A.C. Cranes both of Rockdale and Mrs. Hubert Jackson of Thorndale; 17 grandchildren and sister, Mrs. Alfred Morrison of Thorndale. 
Ira Jackson Bownds
 
975 Her middle name and the fact that she went by 'Mertie' was taken from the Texas Birth Records of her children.

The following obit was copied from her Find-a-Grave Memorial Page:
JACKSON, Mrs. Myrtis (Hubert) of Taylor. Age 51. Died 11/28/1970 (Sat.) in Johns Community Hospital, Taylor after she was in a head-on collision in the 500 block of E. 4th Street, Taylor. Services held (Monday) from Phillips & Luckey Funeral Chapel, Rockdale. Burial in Salty Cemetery. Revs. Nelson Herod and W.A. Tober officiated.

She was BORN about 1919. Mrs. Jackson and Ronald J. Paris were enroute to their jobs at White Auto Store where she was assistant manager. . . Mrs. Jackson was a member of the Trinity United Methodist Church of Thorndale.

SURVIVORS: Husband, Hubert Jackson of Thorndale; mother, Mrs. Ira Jack Bounds of Rockdale; 3 sons, Dwayne Jackson of New Braunfels, Darryl Jackson of Taylor and Lynn Jackson of Thorndale; 3 daughters, Mrs. Lester (Kathryn Ann) Grisham of Thorndale, Mrs. Jack (Frances Gail) Spates of Houston and Renee Jackson of Thorndale; 3 sisters, Mrs. Roy Jackson of Galena Park, Mrs. M.F. Frederick of Houston and Mrs. M.F. Jackson of Rockdale; 3 brothers, Bud Bounds of Seguin, Mode Bounds of Parish, LA., J. Woody Bounds of Rockdale; 11 grandchildren, number of nieces and nephews. 
Myrtle Lee 'Mertie' Bownds
 
976 Myrtle Bownds Jackson's 1970 obituary said her sister 'Mrs. Roy Jackson of Galena Park' was a surviving sister. I had Roy Jackson of Galena Park in the data base. So checking the Texas Birth Index I was able to find Roy's wife and children.

Note: Tombstone photograph on Find A Grave webpage lists 22 Apr 1918 as DOB, which correlates with Texas Birth Index records (Citation 1). However, Memorial information on Find A Grave webpage (including obituary) lists DOB as 21 Apr 1918.

Obituary retrieved from Find A Grave website: Rockdale Reporter Feb 5, 2009 Jackson Services for Nona Dee Bownds Jackson, 90, will be held at 2 p.m. Friday, Feb. 6, 2009, at Phillips & Luckey Funeral Home. Burial will follow in Salty Cemetery. Visitation is scheduled for 5 to 8 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 5, at the funeral home. Mrs. Jackson died Sunday, Feb. 1, at her granddaughter's home in Cleveland. She was born April 21, 1918, to Jack and Annie Bownds. She married Roy Jackson in Milam County in 1937 and moved to Houston. They lived in Galena Park from 1939 to 1984, then moved to Deer Park. They enjoyed spending time outdoors, fishing, hunting, camping and gardening, and they usually had a grandchild or two with them. After Mr. Jackson died in 1985, Mrs. Jackson continued farming and hunting. She was also preceded in death by her parents; two brothers, Moda and wife Bertile Bownds, Bud and wife Nadine Bownds; and a sister, Myrtie and husband Hubert Jackson. Survivors are a daughter, Claire and husband Raymond Pritchard of Channelview; five sons, Lloyd and wife Carol Jackson of Livingston, Ron Jackson of Jonestown, Don and wife Sandra Jackson of LaPorte, Dale and wife Debbie Jackson of Friendswood, Paul Jackson of Galena Park; a brother, Jackson (Woody) Bownds of Rockdale; two sisters, I.B. Bownds of Rockdale, Lorene and husband Bud Fredricks of Conroe; and two sisters-in-law, Alta Ray Caffey and Bernice Caffey Moore, both of Rockdale; also, 13 grandchildren, 27 great-grandchildren and a great-great-grandchild. 
Nona Dee Bownds
 
977 Bunker pg 104: Elizabeth was 'widow Prior' when she married Samuel Titus. Elizabeth Bowne
 
978 From "The Record" Oct 1888, pg 156: "Joseph Thorne m at Flushing Mary Bowne b. 1660, daughter of John Bowne, the noted Quaker who for his religion was sent to Holland to be tried by the Company's College, and his first wife Hannah Feake. (The Bownes are now the oldest family represented in Flushing who have lived there continuously from the beginning. The oldest house in the town is the second Bowne house, built in 1661. The family are descended from Thomas Bowne bap. at Matlock, Derbyshire, 25 May, 1595, who came to America. His son John born at Matlock, 9 March, 1627, was the father of Mary and Martha Johanna.) Mary's sister Martha Johanna Bowne b. 1673, afterward became the wife of Joseph Thorne, son of John, the two sisters thus marrying uncle and nephew. Joseph Thorne died at Flushing 3d mo. 1727." (Janie: I first thought this meant 3rd d with the number of the month missing, but see that other records say he died 3rd mo which would be May, 1727.)

Coralynn Brown states that John married at least twice more after Hannah died in 1677. 
John Bowne
 
979 R. G. Clarke: Mary's will dated 20 Jun 1728 & proved 12 Aug 1728.

Abstracts of Unrecorded Wills, Vol XI, Prior to 1790, pages 80 and 81: I, Mary Thorne, of Flushing, in Queens County, widow of Joseph Thorne. June 20, 1726. In order to settle all worldly affairs, as much as in me lies, to prevent contention. I leave to my son Benjamin, my negro man Tom. Also all my share of that our waggon, and all implements of husbandry on the place where he now lives. All the rest of my estate to my seven children and granddaughter, viz.: my children, Thomas, Abram, Isaac, Jacob, Hannah, Mary, and Sarah, and my granddaughter, Elizabeth, daughter of Eliahim Hedger. I make my son Benjamin, and my brother, Samuel Bowne, executors. Witnesses, John Haight, John Bowne, D. Humphries. Prove August 12, 1728. 
Mary Bowne
 
980 Social Security Death Index
Name: William Bowrey
SSN: 334-09-3278
Last Residence: 62535 Forsyth, Macon, Illinois, United States of America
Born: 2 Nov 1916
Died: Nov 1980
State (Year) SSN issued: Illinois (Before 1951) 
William Hughes Bowrey
 
981 Some records spell his name Boyette but on the census records 1850 & 1860 his name is spelled Boyett. I did not find the record for 1870 and in 1880 his name is spelled Boytt. Jackson Boyette
 
982 From page 144, "History of the Jackson Family of Hempstead, Long Island":
"Isaac A. Bradrick, after his marriage, took his girl bride to an 80 acre farm near West Unity, Williams County, Ohio, where they resided 50 years and reared their family of four children.
"In October 1905 they sold the farm, removed to 1008 Home Ave., Fort Wayne, Ind., which property they purchased and there resided the remaider of their lifetime. . .
"Isaac A. Bradrick enlisted in the service of his country Aug 6, 1862 in Co. C 100th Ohio Vol. Infantry. Because of physical disability was honorably discharged Nov 21, 1864.
"He cast his first vote in 1852 for Winfield Scott. He was a staunch Republican, and a devoted member of the Methodist Church, and truly a Christian."
"Isaac and Lucinda "are both buried in Floral Grove Cemetery near West Unity, Ohio and near their own farm home, where their family grew to maturity. Isaac and family belonged to the Wayne Street Methodist Episcopal Church in Fort Wayne, Indiana." 
Isaac Allen Bradrick
 
983 Lura never married. Lura Celestia Bradrick
 
984 In the 1860 Census, Tipton Co., Lorinda had Brady children with her. I'm assuming they were her children from a previous marriage but that is not documented. William Fletcher Brady
 
985 They had no children. Clifford Alvin Brandon
 
986 The Robbins books says he was buried "about a mile south of his ranch home in a private cemetery , among trees, on the side of the mountains. Edward was a Jeweler, watchmaker, farmer, trapper, gatherer of coniferous seeds." Edward Brandon
 
987 From OBR: "Much favorable comment can well be said of Helen Brandon, who has lived with her two fine children, with her mother at the mountain ranch, her entire life time. She is fond of horses, an excellent trainer of same, has a considerable accumulation of fine saddle horses. Since the death of her husband has managed the ranch, catered to summer tourists in the use of cabins and horses and such foods as vegetables, butter and eggs." Helen Maude Brandon
 
988 From Oscar Burton Robbins' book, pg 212:
"Phyllis E. Brandon was educated at Canon City, Colorado and Wichita, Kansas High Schools, graduating from the latter school with the class of 1940. She took an active part in school affairs at Wichita, being especially interested in dramatics, playing the leading role in her class play."

From her grandson:
"Grandma died 9 years ago in Nov of 97 from complications due to surgery. She was in Canon City at the time living with her son Jerry."

As of Nov, 2012, Find-a-Grave website has understandably mis-interpreted the info on her tombstone. The name carved across the top is BRANDON with her name under it as "Phyllis Bouchard Hensley" so the title of her memorial page is indexed as Phyllis Bouchard Brandon. The owner of the page will be contacted, but whether they will change the title or not is uncertain. 
Phyllis Estelle Brandon
 
989 1920 Census Paulding, Paulding Co., Ohio
Brattain, Harry head M W 32 Wd Ohio
Brattain, Wesley son M W 9 S Ohio
Brattain, Wesley father M W 59 M Ohio
Brattain, Nettie mother F W 57 M Ohio 
Harry B. Brattain
 
990 Harry's mother died in 1917 and Harry was not with his father and brother Wesley on the 1920 census. I have assumed he was deceased. Harry Gilee Brattain
 
991 Richard's mother had died in 1917 and Richard was not with his father and brother Wesley on the 1920 census. I have assumed he was deceased. Richard Vassar Brattain
 
992 Texas Birth Index, 1903-1997
Name: Naomi Jane Brewer
Date of Birth: 6 Jun 1932
Gender: Female
Birth County: Wheeler
Father's Name: Millard Fillmore Brewer
Mother's Name: Clara Ella Hubble
Roll Number: 1932_0001 
Millard Fillmore Brewer
 
993 Texas Birth Index, 1903-1997
Name: Naomi Jane Brewer
Date of Birth: 6 Jun 1932
Gender: Female
Birth County: Wheeler
Father's Name: Millard Fillmore Brewer
Mother's Name: Clara Ella Hubble
Roll Number: 1932_0001

Social Security Death Index
Name: Naomi J. Jackson
SSN: 466-48-2800
Last Residence: 76849 Junction, Kimble, Texas, United States of America
Born: 6 Jun 1932
Died: 15 Feb 2002
State (Year) SSN issued: Texas (Before 1951 ) 
Naomi Jane Brewer
 
994 1920 Census Dist 88, Pleasant Hill, Sabine Parish, Louisiana
Bridges, Louis C. head M W 40 M LA MS LA
Bridges, Bettie wife F W 41 M LA AL GA
Bridges, Bland L. son M W 19 S LA LA LA
Bridges, Ethaline dau F W 14 S LA LA LA
Bridges, Lillian dau F W 10 S LA LA LA (indexed as Lilliore)
Bridges, Rembert son M W 8 S LA LA LA

1930 Census, Dist 15, Pleasant Hill, Sabine Parish, Louisiana
Bridges, Clifton L. head M W 50 M@19 LA MS USA
Bridges, Betty wife F W 51 M@21 LA AL GA
Bridges, Lillian Enid dau F W 20 S LA LA LA
Bridges, Rembert C. son M W 18 S LA LA LA
Sanders, Betty K. grand-dau F W 6 S LA LA LA 
Louis Clifton Bridges
 
995 Social Security Death Index
Name: Rembert C. Bridges
SSN: 438-14-6359
Last Residence: 71052 Mansfield, De Soto, Louisiana, United States of America
Born: 20 Dec 1911
Died: 13 Feb 1999
State (Year) SSN issued: Louisiana (Before 1951 ) 
Rembert C. Bridges
 
996 Michael Anthonly gave me his name; I took his birth place from the 1930 Census record of his dau Elizabeth Briggs. Ed Briggs
 
997 On the 1930 Census Elizabeth says her father was born in England and her mother was born in Kentucky. Elizabeth Briggs
 
998 Social Security Death Index
Name: Harley Brightbill
Last Residence: 43554 Pioneer, Williams, Ohio, United States of America
Born: 30 May 1902
Last Benefit: 49247 Hudson, Lenawee, Michigan, United States of America
Died: Apr 1980
State (Year) SSN issued: Michigan (Before 1951) 
Harley Franklin Brightbill
 
999 Elmer is first found in the 1880 Census, Minnesota, Todd, Gordon. He is 6 years old and named is spelled Almer W. Twenty years later in the 1900 Census, Minnesota, Todd, Leslie is is 26 years old, married with a child Frank. In this census his named is spelled Elmer, middle initial illegible. He and his wife & son are listed directly below the listing of his parents. Elmer W. Brink
 
1000 Charity and her daughter, Susan, were living with her parents, George and Sarah in the 1860 census. Charity Brogdon
 
1001 Emory C. is mis-indexed in the 1900 census as Emorqule. Emory C. Brogdon
 
1002 According to Jacquelyn Cannon: George donated 50 acres of land for the Lawrenceville Methodist campground.

On the 1850 Census Sugar Hill, Gwinnett Co., Georgia; there is a female child, Julian, age 6, listed with George and Sarah. I (Janie) don't know if this is a child of their's or a grandchild, as George is 68 and Sarah is 50. She is not listed with them on the 1860 census.

On his son George's 1880 census, the son says his father was born in Tennessee. 
George Washington Brogdon
 
1003 The distribution of Harrison's childen between wives Margaret and Mary has been assumed because of a seven year break between the children on the 1850 census.

1850 Census Georgia, Gwinnett Co., Sugar Hill
Harrison H. Brogdon 34 M farmer 1500. GA
Mary Brogdon 30 F SC
William Brodgon 13 M GA
Sarah Brogdon 11 F GA
Joseph Brogdon 10 M GA
John Brogdon 8 M GA
Martha Brogdon 1 F GA
James Brogdon 7/12 M GA
David Brogdon 59 M Blacksmith GA (s/o Merideth & Eleanor per Chuck Sexton)
Jesse Taylor 22 M Laborer GA 
Harrison Redfern Brogdon
 
1004 1850 Census Georgia, Gwinnett Co., Sugar Hill
Hope J Brogdon 36 M Farmer 1000. GA
Emily Brogdon 34 F GA
S Caroline Brogdon 16 F GA
Frances Brogdon 15 F GA
Mary Brogdon 13 F GA
Elizabeth Brogdon 12 F GA
S. George Brogdon 11 M GA
Daniel G Brogdon 9 M GA
Noah R Brogdon 7 M GA
William H Brogdon 5 M GA
Willey Rino Brogdon 3 M GA
Dalusky Brogdon 1 F GA

I have been unable to find this family on the 1860 census.

1870 Census Georgia, Gwinnett Co., Lawrenceville
Brodgon, Hope 56 M W farmer 3600 GA
Brodgon, Emily 53 F W
Brodgon, James J 19 M W
Brodgon, Emory S. 16 M W
Brodgon, John 13 M W
Cain, M.... 18 F B servant
Brogdon, Lee 16 M B laborer
Brogdon, David 29 M W left blank
all born in Georgia 
Hope Jackson Brogdon
 
1005 Jackson was still single at age 34 in the 1900 census. Jackson Brogdon
 
1006 Mattie's name on the 1870 census is nearly illegible and she is 3 years old, but on the 1880 it is clearly Mattie and she claims to be 18. Mattie Brogdon
 
1007 Wiley is found on the 1870 Lawrenceville, Gwinnett Co., Georgia census working on his Uncle S. George's next door farm. Willey Reneau Brogdon
 
1008 As of Oct, 2012, I have not found Harry Brokaw in the 1900 census records. A search of the West Virginia birth records for Wheeling, Ohio County, West Virginia has not turned up any birth record for Harry. It is surmised that the following records showing a West Virginia birth may be in error, especially considering that the 1910 census says he was born in Ohio.

1910 Census District 0195, Norton, Summit Co., Ohio
Brokaw, Elizabeth Head F W 41 Wd 2ch/1 lvg OH OH OH
Brokaw, Harry son M W 14 S WV OH OH
Ker..... roomer M W S USA Unk Can
Lorv... roomer M W M USA Unk Can
Overhalt, Elton roomer M W 28 S OH OH OH
Hook, John W. Fireman M W 27 S OH PA OH

U.S., World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 at ancestry.com
Name: Harry W Brokaw
County: Summit
State: Ohio
Birthplace: West Virginia, United States of America (NOTE!)
Birth Date: 12 Jun 1895
Race: Caucasian (White)

Ohio, Marriages, 1800-1958 at FamilySearch.org
groom's name: Harry W. Brokaw
groom's birthplace: Ohio (NOTE!)
bride's name: Mary Sullivan
bride's birth date: 1895
bride's birthplace: Ohio
bride's age: 22
marriage date: 15 Oct 1917
marriage place: Franklin County, Ohio
groom's father's name: John Brokaw
groom's mother's name: Elizabeth Rankin
bride's father's name: Chas. P. Sullivan
bride's mother's name: Della Jackson
groom's marital status: Single
bride's marital status: Single
indexing project (batch) number: M86844-4
system origin: Ohio-VR
source film number: 1854968

Ohio Military Men, 1917-18 at ancestry.com
Name: Harry W. Brokaw
Serial Number: 2nd Lieutenant
Race: W
Residence: 114 E. Baird St., Barberton, O.
Enlistment Division: National Army LB 6
Enlistment Location: Akron, O.
Enlistment Date: 22 Sep 1917
Birth Place: Wheeling, W. VA. (NOTE!)
Birth Date / Age: 21 3/12 Years
Assigns Comment: Co F 332 Infantry to 15 Dec 1917; 2 Training Brigade Kelly Field Tex to 9 Feb 1918; School of Military Aeronautics Austin Tex to 19 Apr 1918; 2 Cadet Squadron Cp Dix Tex to 14 May 1918; Headquarters Detachment Flying Cadets Gerstner Field Lake Charles La to Discharge Corporal 1 Nov 1917; Private, first class 9 Feb 1918. Honorable discharge 12 July 1918 to accept Commission 2 Lieutenant AS 13 July 1918 from National Army Training Department 19 Aer Squadron --; 94 Aer Squadron to death. Eagle Pass Tex; Kelly Field Tex. Died 10 Feb 1920. Aeroplane accident Kelly Field Tex. Notified Mrs. Elizabeth Brokaw, mother, 114 E. Baird St., Barberton, O. 
Harry W. Brokaw
 
1009 1870 U.S. Census Wyoming, Jones Co., Iowa
Bronson Jas. A. 45 M W Dry Goods Merchant New York
Bronson, John D. 6 M W Iowa
Bronson, Arthur J. 3 M W Iowa
Crawford, Sarah 20 F W dom. Servant Illinois
Bronson, Nellie 75 F W New York
Soverign, Eliza 37 F W Keeping house New York
(James' wife Amelia died in 1868)

1880 U.S. Census, Dist 333, Wyoming, Jones Co., Iowa
Brownson, James A. W M 55 widower Merchant NY Conn NY
Brownson, John D. W M 16 son goes to school Iowa NY NY
Brownson, Arther J. W M 13 son goes to school Iowa NY NY
Brownson, Eloise R. W F 7 dau Iowa NY Missouri
Brownson, George G. W M 5 son Iowa NY Missouri
Brownson, Nelly W F 85 Mother widow nothing NY NY NY
Bucheny, Bessy W F 36 housekeeper widow housekeeper Ireland Ire Ire
Bucheny, Kate W F 14 blank goes to school Iowa Ire Ire
Bucheny, Tommy W M 8 blank attended school Iowa Ire Ire 
Arthur J. Bronson
 
1010 1880 U.S. Census, Dist 333, Wyoming, Jones Co., Iowa
Brownson, James A. W M 55 widower Merchant NY Conn NY
Brownson, John D. W M 16 son goes to school Iowa NY NY
Brownson, Arther J. W M 13 son goes to school Iowa NY NY
Brownson, Eloise R. W F 7 dau Iowa NY Missouri
Brownson, George G. W M 5 son Iowa NY Missouri
Brownson, Nelly W F 85 Mother widow nothing NY NY NY
Bucheny, Bessy W F 36 housekeeper widow housekeeper Ireland Ire Ire
Bucheny, Kate W F 14 blank goes to school Iowa Ire Ire
Bucheny, Tommy W M 8 blank attended school Iowa Ire Ire 
Eloise R. Bronson
 
1011 1880 U.S. Census, Dist 333, Wyoming, Jones Co., Iowa
Brownson, James A. W M 55 widower Merchant NY Conn NY
Brownson, John D. W M 16 son goes to school Iowa NY NY
Brownson, Arther J. W M 13 son goes to school Iowa NY NY
Brownson, Eloise R. W F 7 dau Iowa NY Missouri
Brownson, George G. W M 5 son Iowa NY Missouri
Brownson, Nelly W F 85 Mother widow nothing NY NY NY
Bucheny, Bessy W F 36 housekeeper widow housekeeper Ireland Ire Ire
Bucheny, Kate W F 14 blank goes to school Iowa Ire Ire
Bucheny, Tommy W M 8 blank attended school Iowa Ire Ire 
George G. Bronson
 
1012 1870 U.S. Census Wyoming, Jones Co., Iowa
Bronson Jas. A. 45 M W Dry Goods Merchant New York
Bronson, John D. 6 M W Iowa
Bronson, Arthur J. 3 M W Iowa
Crawford, Sarah 20 F W dom. Servant Illinois
Bronson, Nellie 75 F W New York
Soverign, Eliza 37 F W Keeping house New York
(James' wife Amelia died in 1868)

1880 U.S. Census, Dist 333, Wyoming, Jones Co., Iowa
Brownson, James A. W M 55 widower Merchant NY Conn NY
Brownson, John D. W M 16 son goes to school Iowa NY NY
Brownson, Arther J. W M 13 son goes to school Iowa NY NY
Brownson, Eloise R. W F 7 dau Iowa NY Missouri
Brownson, George G. W M 5 son Iowa NY Missouri
Brownson, Nelly W F 85 Mother widow nothing NY NY NY
Bucheny, Bessy W F 36 housekeeper widow housekeeper Ireland Ire Ire
Bucheny, Kate W F 14 blank goes to school Iowa Ire Ire
Bucheny, Tommy W M 8 blank attended school Iowa Ire Ire
It appears that James has remarried, had two children and become a widower a second time.

1900 U.S. Census, Dist 66, Wyoming, Jones Co., Iowa
Bronson, James A. Head W M Jan 1825 75 M 12yrs NY CT CT
Bronson, Elisabeth J. Wife W F Jan 1833 67 M 12 yrs NY NY NY 
James A. Bronson
 
1013 1870 U.S. Census Wyoming, Jones Co., Iowa
Bronson Jas. A. 45 M W Dry Goods Merchant New York
Bronson, John D. 6 M W Iowa
Bronson, Arthur J. 3 M W Iowa
Crawford, Sarah 20 F W dom. Servant Illinois
Bronson, Nellie 75 F W New York
Soverign, Eliza 37 F W Keeping house New York
(James' wife Amelia died in 1868)

1880 U.S. Census, Dist 333, Wyoming, Jones Co., Iowa
Brownson, James A. W M 55 widower Merchant NY Conn NY
Brownson, John D. W M 16 son goes to school Iowa NY NY
Brownson, Arther J. W M 13 son goes to school Iowa NY NY
Brownson, Eloise R. W F 7 dau Iowa NY Missouri
Brownson, George G. W M 5 son Iowa NY Missouri
Brownson, Nelly W F 85 Mother widow nothing NY NY NY
Bucheny, Bessy W F 36 housekeeper widow housekeeper Ireland Ire Ire
Bucheny, Kate W F 14 blank goes to school Iowa Ire Ire
Bucheny, Tommy W M 8 blank attended school Iowa Ire Ire 
John Dillon Bronson
 
1014 From Cemetery site: "Aged 66 years - son of Revolutionary Soldier" Rev. Thomas Bronson
 
1015 record title: U.S. Social Security Death Index
first name: Lois
middle name: E
last name: Smith
birth date: 23 December 1919
social security number: 254-42-9392
place of issuance: Georgia
last residence: Duval, Florida
zip code of last residence: 32210
death date: May 1993
estimated age at death: 74 
Ethel Lois Brooks
 
1016 His death record states that he died from injuries sustained from a tree fall on a log train in Pocahantas County. Leslie Brooks
 
1017 Info received from Bill White 20 Jan 2009: Leslie Clifford Brooks, son of Esther Irene Jackson died in Fairmont, Marion County, West Virginia on 17 July, 2007. He was buried in the Broad Run Cemetery, near Jane Lew, Lewis County, West Virginia on 20 July, 2007. Leslie Clifford Brooks, Jr.
 
1018 1920 Census West Virginia, Calhoun County, Sheridan
Brooks, Creed Head O M W 52 M WV, WV, WV
Brooks, Francis Wife F W 35 M WV, WV, WV
Brooks, Clarence son M W 5 S Wv, WV, WV (on birth cert is Clarence Jackson)
Brooks, Lucile dau F W 3 S WV, WV, WV
Brooks, Louise dau F W 4 S WV, WV, WV
Brooks, Glen son M W 2 S WV, WV, WV (Ernest G.)
Jackson, Bernice step-dau F W 12 S WV, WV, WV

1930 Census West Virginia, Calhoun County, Sheridan
Brooks, Creed Head O M W 58 M-30 no yes WV, WV, WV
Brooks, Lucille dau F W 13 S yes yes WV, WV, WV
Brooks, Ernest G son M W 11 S yes yes Wv, WV, WV (Ernest Glen)
Brooks, Lewella dau F W 9 S yes WV, WV, WV
Brooks, Isetta Jewel dau F W 5 S yes WV, WV, WV
Creed's dau Louise is enumerated in hh of Otis Hopkins, 2 hhs up from Creed:
Jackson,Louise servant F W 15 S no yes WV, WV, WV

Creed's birthplace and father is unknown; his mother was Minerva Brooks. He was 91 years old when he died. Creed was quite a character and there is a very interesting article written about him in the Hur Herald in the Historical Archives. It is worth reading: http://www.hurherald.com/cgi-sys/db. 
William Creed Brooks
 
1019 Mary was born after her father, Jeremiah Brower, died in New Jersey in 1776. He was a merchant in New York. Mary Brower
 
1020 Agnes had been previously married to George Anderson Stanley and they had four children. Three of the children are living with Agnes and John in the 1910 Census; George, Bessie and Nellie. See John's Notes.

1910 Census - Caddo Parish, Louisiana - Ward 1 - E.D. 29 - Sheet 14B - Household 263 - enumerated on April 29, 1910
John C. Jackson 30 AR OH LA Farm labor General farm
Agnes Jackson 32 LA TX AL
Manuel L. Jackson 5 LA AR LA
Belton W. Jackson 4 LA AR LA
Esther Jackson 2 LA AR LA
George Stanley (stepson) 13 LA AR LA
Bessie Stanley (step-daughter) 12 LA AR LA
Nellie Stanley (step-daughter) 7 LA AR LA 
Agnes Alice (Annie) Brown
 
1021 Ray E. Keck, Vol. 2 Early Births, Paulding County, Ohio Delayed Registrations, 1867-1985 Birth Registrations,1880-1908, (1992), Pg. 45.
Surname Name Birth Father Mother Maiden Vol. Pg. TWP. Brown Couland 5 April 1882 Joseph H Mary J Jackson 2 37 Paulding 
Courland Brown
 
1022 His death record from the WV Vitals site states, He died from carbon monoxide poisoning as the result of suicide. He stuck a hose to the exhaust of his car and then inserted it through the window. Dale Ernest Brown
 
1023 From unpublished papers of Virgil D. Allen: "Hannah Susan is the first cousin of Harriet, James' first wife."

From pg 56 of Oscar Burton Robbins' book: "Hannah Susan Brown, widow of _______Clark." 
Hannah Susan Brown
 
1024 Obituary found at http://www.geocities.com/milamco/milam-975pi.htm
PINKERTON, Helen E. of San Marcos. Age 90. Died 3/11/1986 (Tuesday). Services held (Friday) at the Thomason Funeral Home Chapel in San Marcos. Graveside services at Salty Cemetery near Thorndale. She was BORN 1/20/1896. SURVIVORS: Not listed. SS Death Benefit on #463-52-0711 
Helen Estelle Brown
 
1025 OBR, pg 82: "Lillian has said that she never saw her father or heard from him after her 6th birthday." Lillian May Brown
 
1026 1880 Census:
A. C. JACKSON Self M Male W 37 OH Printer VA OH
Lucy A. JACKSON Wife M Female W 32 OH Keeping House CT CT
Jessy B. JACKSON Son S Male W 9 OH OH OH
Coe G. JACKSON Son S Male W 5 OH OH OH
Source Information:
Census Place Paulding, Paulding, Ohio
Family History Library Film 1255056
NA Film Number T9-1056
Page Number 611B

1900 United States Federal Census > Ohio > Paulding > Paulding > District 57
Jackson, Lucy Head W F Oct 1847 52 wd 6ch 2lvg OH Conneticut Conneticut
Coe son W M Jan 1875 25 S OH OH OH

Note Lucy says she is widowed in the 1900 census but he was a surviving son of his mother in her 1913 obit..
Matella P. Doughman says that Andrew died about two months after Lucy died 
Lucy Ann Brown
 
1027 Ray E. Keck, Vol. 2 Early Births, Paulding County, Ohio Delayed Registrations, 1867-1985 Birth Registrations,1880-1908, (1992), Pg. 44.

Surname Name Birth Father Mother Maiden Vol. Pg. TWP
Brown, no name Male 5 Apr 1881 Joseph H Mary J Jackson 2 26 Paulding 
Male no name Brown
 
1028 1920 Census District 191, Berkeley, Alameda Co., California
Jackson, Joseph H. head Own M M W 25 S NJ NY NY
Jackson, Gordon M. bro M W 22 S NJ NY NY
Jackson, Marian A. mother F W 58 Wd Scotland, Scotland, Scotland 
Marion A. Brown
 
1029 Jeanette Reiter has much more on this family in her book, pg 237, which is online at http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/r/e/i/Jeanette-L-Reiter/ Mary Brown
 
1030 According to the 1900 Census, Emma was previously married to a Mr. Whisenhunt. See Lyman Lewis Jackson's notes. Mary Emma Brown
 
1031 Abstract of obit copied from http://www.tngennet.org/morgan/obits/obit-j.html
JACKSON, ORA LEE,, 89, Coalfield, died Dec. 18, 1998. Preceded by son. J.W. Kesterson, husbands, Luther Kesterson, Edgar Jackson and Roy Jackson. Survivors: daughter, Patricia Jackson, Iva and husband Gene French; five granddaughters and two grandsons; 18 great-grandchildren and one g-g-grandchild. Burial in Davis Cemetery Coalfield. [Morgan County News] 
Ora Lee Brown
 
1032 There is a list of 16 cemetery inscriptions copied by Eunice Proctor Perkins which inscriptions were not located in 1984 and are evidently destroyed or eroded since read by Mrs. Perkins. One says:
Blake, S______ w/o Jam____ Blake
d. 31 Aug 1841, aged 24 y 3 mo.
It is very likely that this is James' first wife and she died before James and Mariah married in 1843. I note several of James' children had to be born before his marriage to Mariah. (P.S. Betty Briggs has that James' 1st wife was Sarah Ann Brown and that the first 4 children were hers.) See James' Notes. 
Sarah Ann Brown
 
1033 Ray E. Keck, Vol. 2 Early Births, Paulding County, Ohio Delayed Registrations, 1867-1985 Birth Registrations,1880-1908, (1992), Pg. 48.
Surname Name Birth Father Mother Maiden Vol. Pg. TWP.
Brown Sarah W 28 Sep 1884 J.H. Mary A. Jackson 2 62 Paulding 
Sarah W. Brown
 
1034 Notes for WILLIE CARSON BROWN:
Sharp Funeral Home Records By Oliver Springs Hist. Society
Name: Willie Carson Brown: Address: Rt.2,OS : Race: White: Married: Order Given: Ruth M Brown: Occupation: Coalminer: Date Of Birth: 9/5/1898 Age 90: Birthplace: TN: Name Of Father: Eli Brown: Mother Name: Mary Jane Seiber: Date Of Death: 12/12/1988 : Place Of Death: Meth. Med. Center: Phy: Francis Goswitz : Date Of Funeral: 12/15/1988 : Services At: Orchard View Cemetery: Clergyman: Tom Tapp and Lonnie Dison: Cem: Orchard View, Rt.2, OS. [Oliver Springs]
Copied from posting by Susie Bullock: http://archiver.rootsweb.ancestry.com/th/read/TNANDERS/2007-03/1174344789 
Willie Carson Brown
 
1035 Ohio, Deaths, 1908-1953 at familysearch.org
name: Benjamin W Browne
event: Death
event date: 20 Feb 1935
event place: Cleveland Heights, Cuyahoga, Ohio
residence: Cleveland Hts.
street address: 2806 Fairsmont Bl.
gender: Male
death age: 71y 2m 18d
marital status: Married
race: W
occupation: Pres. Great Western
birth date: 02 Dec 1863
birthplace: Masongill, Yorkshire Co., England
estimated birth year: 1864
burial date: 23 Feb 1935
cemetery: Lakeview Cem.
father: John Browne
father's birthplace: England
mother: Rebecca Wildman
mother's birthplace: England
spouse: Helen Gooduch Browne
digital folder number: 4001919 
Benjamin Wildman Browne
 
1036 Representative Clevelanders: A Biographical Directory of Leading Men and Women in Present-Day Cleveland Community (1927), published by The Cleveland Topics Company, Cleveland, Ohio (1926).
On Page 51, we find an entry for Katherine's husband, Ralph Browne:

“BROWNE, Ralph Goodrich, vice-pres. Great Western Oil Co.; born, Cleveland, July 2, 1893; son, [of] B. W. and Helen M. (Goodrich) Browne; educated, Shaw high school and Cornell Univ.; married, Cleveland, Oct. 5. 1915 to Kathryn [sic: Katherine] L. Teare—children, Elmer Teare and Ralph G. Browne; vice-pres. and director Great Western Oil Co.; member Kappa Sigma fraternity, Canterbury golf, Hermit and Town and Country clubs. Residence: 2164 Chatfield-dr. [sic: Chatfield Drive] Office: 2846 E. 37th St.”

U.S. World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942 at familysearch.org
name: Ralph Goodrich Browne
event: Military
event date: 1942
event place: Cleveland, , Ohio
residence: Cleveland, , Ohio
gender: Male
birth date: 02 Jul 1893 **
digital folder number: 4143165

Ohio, Death Index, 1908-1932, 1938-1944, and 1958-2007 at familysearch.org
name: Ralph G Browne
event: Death
event date: 30 Oct 1962
event place: Cleveland, Cuyahoga, Ohio, United States
other event place: St Lukes Hospital
residence: Shaker Heights, Cuyahoga, Ohio, United States
gender: Male
age: 69
marital status: Married
race: White
birth date: 1893
autopsy performed: No Autopsy performed
certificate number: 79181
volume number: 17075
certifier: Physician
census tract: 0605
original source line: 79180
original source file: DEATHS62.DAT
source: Ohio Department of Health

**This date of birth on his Draft Registration confirms the date of birth given in the book "Representative Clevelanders" which both conflict with an ALT d/o/b of 7 Jul 1893 given on the Find-a-Grave Memorial with no photo to verify ti. 
Ralph Goodrich Browne
 
1037 Obituary of Mrs. M.M. Justice
who died at Coalfield, Dec. 3, 1928

Mrs. Justice was born May 18, 1846, in Anderson County, Tennessee near the little station known as Marlow, in that county; her maiden name was Telitha Caroline Brummitt. Her father's names was James Brummitt and her mother's name was Serelda Brown Brummitt.
Mrs. Justice leaves to mourn her loss her husband, M.M. Justice, who is in his 79th year, and the following children: Mrs. Florence Cheek of Coal Hill, Mrs. R.A. Sisson of Oliver Springs, Mrs. Arpie Jackson of Coalfield, Judge S.H. Justice of Wartburg, and Horace Justice of Coalfield and three infant children who died in early life, making eight children born to this union. She is also survived by sixteen grand-children and twenty great-grandchildren, and one brother, the Rev. W.R. Brummitt of Oliver Springs; and one sister, Mrs. Mary A. Freybarger, living at Hamilton, Ohio. Mrs. Justice was 13 years of age when the war between the North and the South was declared, and many times during her life, while in a reminiscent mood, she would tell of the many struggles and trials that she had undergone during that war. In Feb. 1862, her father was shot and killed through a crack in the door during the early part of the night, after a hard days work clearing a new ground, while he had one of his younger children in his arms. At the report of the gun the father of Mrs. Justice dropped the child from his arms and fell with his hands in the fire. There being no one in the house at this time, except the father of Mrs. Justice, her mother, who was very ill and confined to her bed; the little child and Mrs. Justice, who was then only 13 years of age. After the fatal shot had been fired, Mrs. Justice locked her arms under the arms of her dead father, pulling him out of the fire and straightening out his lifeless body on the floor. At this time the mother of Mrs. Justice thought in all probability that their house was surrounded by enemies, so she ordered that the light be extinguished and the fire covered up until an investigation could be made and the neighbors notified. In this condition, Mrs. Justice with her sick mother in bed kept a vigilant watch through the night while her father lay a lifeless corps on the floor before them.
During the year 1862, while the war between the states was still raging, Mrs. Justice's older brother Wiley Brummitt, had enlisted in the Union Army nad was stationed at Fishing Creek, Ky., and while there got a permit or furlough to visit his wife, mother and sisters in Anderson County, Tenn. He came home and stayed a few days and while returning back to his regiment across the mountain and down New River, he was encountered by a bunch of guerillas, whose purpose was to loot, steal and kill and the ran Mr. Brummitt into the river and shot him in the face; then it was that Mrs. Justice, though a girl in her ealy teens, was again called to a trying ordeal. She walked from Anderson County by way of Blowing Springs, where Winrock mines are now situated, but arrived after her brother had been buried in the old White Grave Yard in the 10th district of Anderson County on New River. She met her duties boldly, and got her brother's haver sack, as she always called it, his shot pouch and army rifle, after which she wended her way back across the mountain to her old home near Marlow.
She had a brother names Gilbert Brummitt, who died at Somerset, Ky., while serving in the Union Army. She had another brother names Moses Brummitt, who also was a soldier in the Union Army, who was captured by the Confederate soldiers and imprisoned on Belle Isle, who died there during that great struggle. W.R. Brummitt who is now living at Oliver Springs, served in the Union Army, 3 years, 7 months and 17 days, and was honorable discharged. He is now in this 85th year. Mrs. Justice had a sister by the name of Martha Brummitt, who married one Daniel Jones of Morgan County; this sister died in Roane Ciounty many years ago. She had two younger brothers, namely, James and Rufus, who were not old enough to enlist in the army, both have been dead several years.
Mrs. Justice was a member of the Baptist Church for near 60 years; she was a strong believer in the Baptist faith, but first of all she believed in God. She loved her family and her friends and was ever ready to speak a good word to those in trouble. She was married to M.M. Justice, Nov. 26, 1871 by Squire Thos. Davis, who was one of the old pioneers of this county.
Mrs. Justice used to tell of the many hardships and privations that she and the other members of her family were subjected to during the Civil War, and on one occasion, she told of her mother owning a find young mare, and while the Confederate soldiers were passing through the country, she bridled and led this young mare away from the main road out into the forest and kept her there all night for fear she would be taken away from them. She said that this young mare could hear the other horses passing the road and would attempt to squeal or nicker to them, as she called it, and at each time she would take her bonnet and wrap it around the mare's mouth and nostrils to keep the soldiers who were passing the road from hearing the squeal of the animal.
Mrs Justice had many friends and no enemies in so far as we know, and will be long remembered and never forgotten.

*From the Morgan County News dated: December 13, 1928* 
Telitha Caroline Brummitt
 
1038 Illinois State Marriage Index 1763-1900
Transcription of text
Groom BRUNING, JOHN H
Bride WRIGHT, JENNIE
Date 1894-02-22
Vol./Page 1 /206
License No. 2651
County MASON
Detail
Vol./Page 1 /206

1910 Census Dist 0076, Sherman, Mason Co., Illinois
Bruning, John H. Head M W 41 M2 6yrs IL Germany Germany
Bruning, Ruth J. Wife F W 32 M1 6yrs 1ch/1 lvg IL OH OH
Bruning, William J. son M W 15 S IL IL IL
Bruning, John H. Jr. son M W 3 S IL IL IL

1920 Census District 98 Lewistown, Fulton Co., Illinois
Bruning, Harmon Head M W 51 M IL Germany Germany
Bruning, Ruth Wife F W 42 M IL OH OH
Bruning, William Son M W 25 S IL IL IL
Bruning, John Son M W 13 S IL IL IL

Obituary copied from his Find-a-Grave memorial page:
J.H. Bruning, 87, of 356 S. Broadway, died this morning in Graham Hospital, Canton.
His body was taken to the Hurley Funeral home where services will be held at 2:30 p.m. Sunday. The Rev. Leslie R. Stewart, minister of the Methodist church, will officiate. Burial will be in Laurel Hill Cemetery.
Mr. Bruning was born Oct. 21, 1867 in Mason county, a son of Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Bruning. He was married Sept. 16, 1903 in Forest City to Ruth Jackson.
Surviving are his widow; two sons, William J. Bruning, Havana; and John H. Bruning, Cincinnati, Ohio; two grandsons, Robert and Kenneth Bruning; a sister, Mrs. Nettie Werrs, Peoria; and two brothers, William Bruning, Peoria; and Arnold Bruning, Springfield.
Friends may call at the funeral home.

(The Pekin Times, Pekin, Illinois, 7 Jun 1955) 
John Harman Bruning, Jr.
 
1039 1910 Census Dist 0076, Sherman, Mason Co., Illinois
Bruning, John H. Head M W 41 M2 6yrs IL Germany Germany
Bruning, Ruth J. Wife F W 32 M1 6yrs 1ch/1 lvg IL OH OH
Bruning, William J. son M W 15 S IL IL IL
Bruning, John H. Jr. son M W 3 S IL IL IL

1920 Census District 98 Lewistown, Fulton Co., Illinois
Bruning, Harmon Head M W 51 M IL Germany Germany
Bruning, Ruth Wife F W 42 M IL OH OH
Bruning, William Son M W 25 S IL IL IL
Bruning, John Son M W 13 S IL IL IL

The Cincinnati Post (Cincinnati, OH)
April 22, 1996
The radio air waves were one of John H. Bruning's passions during his 89 years.
''Amateur radio was his biggest hobby. He got his first license in 1922,'' said son Robert Bruning.
Mr. Bruning, of Kenwood, died Saturday.
The University of Cincinnati graduate and World War II Navy veteran was an electrical engineer for the Baldwin Piano Co. He belonged to Pleasant Ridge Presbyterian Church and was curator of the Gray History of Wireless Museum.

Ohio, Deaths, 1908-1932, 1938-1944, & 1958-2007 at ancestry.com
Name: John Herman Bruning
Birth Date: 1 Aug 1906
Birth State: Illinois
Birth Country: United States
Gender: Male
Race: White
Death Date: 20 Apr 1996
Death Time: 08:15 AM
Hospital of Death: Long-Term Care Facilities
County of Death: Hamilton
Certificate: 030003
Age at Death: 89
Hospital Status: Other/Nursing Home
Social Security Number: deleted
Father's Surname: Bruning
Mother's Maiden Name: Jackson
Marital Status: Widowed
Education: 3 years college
Armed Forces Indicator: Yes
Branch of Service: US Navy Reserve
Industry of Decedent: Miscellaneous manufacturing industries
Occupation of Decedent: Managers and administrators not elsewhere classified 
John Herman Bruning
 
1040 1910 Census Dist 0076, Sherman, Mason Co., Illinois
Bruning, John H. Head M W 41 M2 6yrs IL Germany Germany
Bruning, Ruth J. Wife F W 32 M1 6yrs 1ch/1 lvg IL OH OH
Bruning, William J. son M W 15 S IL IL IL
Bruning, John H. Jr. son M W 3 S IL IL IL

1920 Census District 98 Lewistown, Fulton Co., Illinois
Bruning, Harmon Head M W 51 M IL Germany Germany
Bruning, Ruth Wife F W 42 M IL OH OH
Bruning, William Son M W 25 S IL IL IL
Bruning, John Son M W 13 S IL IL IL 
William John Bruning
 
1041 Bill White notes that Robert died after shooting the wadding from a toy pistol in his head. The cause of death was blood poisoing. Robert Bryan
 
1042 The author of the Hamlin rootsweb charts says the source for Alexander was "Lineage Book National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution. Volume LXIV. 63001-64000. 1907. Washington, D.C.: Press of Judd & Detweiler, Inc., 1923."

From the Van Benschoten book, pg 193: "Richard Alexander Bryant was the son of Amos J. and Harriet (Hamlin) Bryant. He descends from a Thomas Bryan of Aylesbury, England, whose son Alexander Bryan, baptized there Sep. 29, 1602, early migrated to the Connecticut Plantation where he became a prominent merchant at Milford, "and with his son Richard stood in such high credit at Boston that his note of hand passed current as bank bills in the present day". 
Richard 'Alexander' Bryant
 
1043 OBR pg 315: "Stanley F. Bryson, City Salesman Acme Milling Co. At the age of 14 years began working to help support his mother who was widowed when he was 6 years of age. He enlisted in World War I, at age 18, had 2 years service, 8 months overseas. Has been a salesman since 23 years of age." Stanley Frank Bryson
 
1044 1910 Census Dist 0187, South Bend Ward 7, Saint Joseph Co., Indiana
Jackson, Claude J. Head M W 24 M1 4yrs IN OH IN Secretary - Printing Company
Jackson, Maymi A. Wife F W 26 M1 4yrs 2ch/2 lvg IN IN IN (indexed as Magna, age 36)
Jackson, Claude J. Jr. son M W 2 S IN IN IN
Jackson, Charles B. son M W 12/12 S IN IN IN

1920 Dist 0224, South Bend Ward 1, St. Joseph Co., Indiana
(Portage Township)
Jackson, Claude J. Head M W 34 married IN IN IN
Jackson, Mayme ?. Wife F W 34 married IN IN IN
Jackson, Joseph son M W 12 S IN IN IN
Jackson, Charles son M W 11 S IN IN IN
Jackson, Jane dau M W 8 S IN IN IN (gender error)
Balstedt, Jessie Lodger F W 24 S IN IN IN

1930 Census Dist 12, South Bend, St. Joseph Co., Indiana
Jackson, Claude J. Head M W 44 M@20 IN OH IN Vice Pres - Bank
Jackson, Mayme B. Wife F W 44 M@20 IN IN IN no occup
Jackson, C. Joseph son M W 22 S IN IN IN Bookkeeper - Lumber Co.
Jackson, Charles B. son M W 21 S IN IN IN Bookkeeper - Printing Co.
Jackson, A. Jane dau F W 19 S IN IN IN Ass't to Princ. - School
Gillam, Alice Servant F Neg 20 S MI MI MI Servant -Private family 
Mayme Alice Bucher
 
1045 Obituary of John W. Buckley, Jr. found at
http://www.newsandsentinel.com/page/content.detail/id/522476/John-W--Buckley--Jr-.html

Originally published in the Parkersburg New and Sentinel 9 Oct 2009

John W. Buckley, Jr., 79, of Parkersburg, W.Va., passed away on Oct. 3, 2009, in Orlando, Fla.
He was born March 3, 1930 in Wood County, W.Va., a son of the late John W. and Edna Lemon Buckley.

John was a retired truck driver from Smith Transport, member of Mt. Olivet Masonic Lodge #3, Nemesis Shrine, Scottish Rite and Ben Bey Grotto. He attended Grace Gospel Church.

He is survived by two daughters, Terrilyn (Terry) Lewis of Henderson, W.Va. and Kimberly Dawn (David) Eckhart of Pittsford, N.Y.; two grandchildren, Drew and Dane Eckhart; and one sister, Lucille Smith of Parkersburg.

In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his wife, Martha Bush Buckley; two former wives, Ruby I. Bower Buckley and Madeline Jackson Buckley; and one brother, Dave Buckley.

Family will receive friends from 10 a.m.-noon on Saturday, at Lambert-Tatman Funeral Home, Pike St., south Parkersburg. Graveside services will be held at Independence Cemetery in Jackson County, W.Va., at 2 p.m. with Jim Lynch officiating. 
John W. Buckley, Jr.
 
1046 1920 Census Dist 0219, South Bend Ward 1, St. Joseph Co., Indiana
Jackson, Walter Hale Head owns M W 39 married IN OH OH
Jackson, Ethel B. Wife F W 39 married IN IN CT
Jackson, Katherine L. dau F W 10 S IN IN IN
Jackson, Janet E. dau F W 6 S IN IN IN 
Ethel Bugbee
 
1047 Notes for BESSIE BUNCH:
Clinton Courier April 20,1944
Mrs.Bessie B Brown
Mrs.Bessie Bunch Brown, 45, of Oliver Springs, died in a Knoxville Hospital, April 15. The body was removed to the home of a brother, James F. Bunch in Oliver Springs.
Funeral services were held Monday at 2 p.m. at the Middle Creek Baptist Church with burial in the Davis Cemetery at Coalfield. The Rev.Dave McGlothin officiated with Sharp in charge.

Sharp Funeral Home Records By Oliver Springs Hist. Society
Name: Bessie Bunch Brown: Address: OS : Race: White: Married ( Wiilis Brown) : Order Given: Franklin Bunch: Occupation: Housewife: Date Of Birth: 9/2/1898 Age 45: Birthplace: Morgan Co.: Father Name : Isaac Bunch : Father Birthplace: Scott Co. : Mother Name: Mary Ann Jackson : Mother Birthplace: Morgan Co. : Date Of Death: 4/15/1943 : Place Of Death: Eastern State Hospital: Date Of Funeral: 4/17/1943 : Services at: Middle Creek: Cem: Davis
Copied from posting by Susie Bullock: http://archiver.rootsweb.ancestry.com/th/read/TNANDERS/2007-03/1174344789 
Bessie Bunch
 
1048 Notes for JAMES FRANKLIN BUNCH:
Sharp Funeral Home Records By Oliver Springs Hist. Society
Name: James Franklin Bunch: Address: OS : Widowed(Jessie) : Date of Birth: 1/20/1895 : Birthplace:TN: Father Name: Isaac Bunch ; Father Birthplace: TN : Mother Name; Mary Ann Jackson: Date Of Death: 7/14/1964 : Place Of Death: UT Hosp.,Knoxville: Phy: Branson: Cem: Estes, Coalfield.
Copied from posting by Susie Bullock: http://archiver.rootsweb.ancestry.com/th/read/TNANDERS/2007-03/1174344789 
James Franklin Bunch
 
1049 1850 Census Hempstead, Queens, New York
Noah Jackson 50 M Farmer 3,000 NY
Jane E. Jackson 39 F NY
Mary J. Jackson 19 F NY
Edgar Jackson 15 M NY

1880 Census Dist 269, Queens, Queens Co., New York
Jackson, Noah W M 77 married no occupation Rhumatism NY NY NY
Jackson, Jane W F 70 wife married keeping house Broken Leg NY NY NY
Bunting, Charrie W F 16 niece (looks like Cahassie)

Death notice contributed by Leslie Bacon:

Publication: Brooklyn Eagle, Date May 29, 1896
JACKSON - At the residence of her nephew, William B. Seaman, at Wantagh, L.I., May 28, JANE E. JACKSON, widow of the late Noah Jackson, in the 86th year of her age.
Funeral at 1 o'clock on Sunday, May 31. Carriages to meet train leaving Brooklyn at 8:48 A.M.

Jane's maiden name of Bunting taken from the online cemetery records. Those records give her date of burial as 28 May 1895 but it appears that the newspaper death notice gives a more accurate date. 
Jane Elizabeth Bunting
 
1050 And ALT place of death is given by Jack Hendrick: 1910 in Oklahoma. Albert Mize 'Abe' Burch
 
1051 ALT birth day from Jack Hendrick: 1 Nov 1848. Anna 'Eliza' Burch
 
1052 She was called Elizabeth in the 1850 census and Cealy in the 1860 census. Page 5 of the Burch book calls her Betty. Celia Elizabeth 'Betty' Burch
 
1053 Charles is buried in Burch Family Cemetery located 3 miles northeast of Elizabeth Baptist Church, Mount Croghan, South Carolina and a memorial stone was erected in 2004 at Elizabeth Baptist Church Cemetery in memory of many ancestors buried in the Burch Family Cemetery. Charles 'Charlie' Edward Burch
 
1054 1920 mis-indexed as Burck
1920 United States Federal Census Mount Croghan, Chesterfield, South Carolina
Christopher Burck 42 SC SC SC
Rebecca Burck 40 SC NC SC
Nellie Thelma Burck 18 SC
Margrette Hilda Burck 16 SC
William Thomas Burck 14 SC
Christopher Shea Burck 11 SC
Eunice Burck 8 SC (this could even be Eugenia)
Jackson Hendrick Burck 6 SC
Rebecca J. Burck 8 2/12 (it could be an 8 or 3 or 1 and number of months could be anything)
J Cabes S Burck 1 this is a dau 
Christopher Columbus Burch
 
1055 1910 Census Dist 0041, Mt. Croghan, Chesterfield Co., South Carolina
Burch, Hampton T. Head M W 33 M1 for 8yrs SC SC SC merchant
Burch, Hattie J. Wife F W 25 M1 for8yrs 3ch/3 lvg SC SC SC
Burch, Fay D. dau F W 7 S SC SC SC
Burch, Hattie F. dau F W 5 S SC SC SC
Burch, Dennis, H. son M W 2 S SC SC SC

1930 Census Dist 23, Ruby, Chesterfield Co., South Carolina
Burch, Tristram H. Head owns 5,000 M W 52 M@26 SC SC SC
Burch, Hattie J. wife F W 45 M@17 SC SC SC
Burch, Fay S. dau F W 27 S SC SC SC school teacher - high school
Burch, Dennis H. son M W 22 S SC SC SC
Burch, Thomas E. son M W 16 S SC SC SC
Burch, Ella L. dau F W 13 S SC SC SC
Burch, Emsley F. son M W 10 S SC SC SC
Burch, Linda E. dau F W 7 S SC SC SC
Burch, Jennie R. dau F W 4 11/12 S SC SC SC 
Dennis Hampton Burch
 
1056 Copied from the rootsweb chart of William Gaskin:
Published in The Chronicle & Advertiser (Cheraw, SC), August 14, 2003.

Edith Burch Watson, 88, of Mt. Croghan, died Tuesday, Aug. 5, 2003.

A funeral service was held at 2 p.m. Friday, Aug. 8 from Elizabeth Baptist Church. Burial followed in the church cemetery.

Memorials may be made to Hospice of Chesterfield County, P.O. Box 293, Chesterfield, S.C. 29709; American Cancer Society, 128 Stonemark Lane, Columbia, S.C. 29212; or a charity of one's choice.

Born in Mt. Croghan, Mrs. Watson was a daughter, of the late Redmer Armstrong and Henrietta Jeanette Burch. She was a homemaker and member of Elizabeth Baptist Church.

Surviving are her husband of 67 years, Andrew Brent Watson of the home; a son, William B. (Barbara) Watson of Chesterfield; two grandchildren, Stephen Watson of Chesterfield, and Amanda W. (Keith) McGee of Lancaster; a great-grandson, Ryan McGee of Lancaster; a brother, William Blakeney (Laura) Burch of Pageland; and two nephews, Judge Paul M. (Kim) Burch of Pageland, and Warren (Jane) Burch of Conway. 
Edith Jackson Burch
 
1057 Edward, indexed as Eddie, was found living with his sister Betty and Charles Liles in the 1880 census, Rockwall Co., Texas.

1900 Census Dist 43, Justice Precinct 1, Knox Co., Texas
Burch, Edward J. head W M Feb 1861 30 M 1yr SC ileg ileg (this age does not calc correctly)
Burch, Bessie B. wife W F July 1878 21 M1 TX AL TX
Burch, Lester T. son W M ileg 1900 5/12 S TX SC TX
Qualls, John ?. fa-in-law W M ileg 1848 51 WD AR ileg ileg
Qualls, Clotilda C. sis-in-law W F July 1884 15 TX AR ileg
This census is mis-indexed at ancestry.com as the whole record is difficult to read: Burch is indexed as Rulfs.

Kathy Burch Williams has his full name as Edmund James Waddill Burch. His name on the Texas Death Index is Edward. 
Edward James Wadill Burch
 
1058 Note from Kathy Burch Williams:
Eldred Harding Burch was killed during WWII. The inscription on his tombstone reads:
"Son of Mr. & Mrs. R. A. Burch, Presented by Comrades from 530th Signal Air Warning Co." 
Eldred Hardin Burch
 
1059 Sisters 'Genie' and Irene married brothers. Eliza Eugenia 'Genie' Burch
 
1060 Bart Morgan: her birth was 20 Mar 1829 even though her grave stone says 1820.

The Burch book gives her birth date as 20 Mar 1826. Perhaps that grave stone was difficult to read.

Kathy Burch Williams has birth date of 20 Mar 1826 and date of death 16 Nov 1888. 
Elizabeth Thomas Burch
 
1061 From note by Thomas Stanley at find-a-grave site; "She was very petite and known as "Money" to her grandchildren. She married (c.1886) Isaac Lee Smith in Weston and had two daughters. She died at the home of her older daughter, Minnie Lee (Mrs. John E. Wheeler). She had been a long-time resident of Celina." Emma Ingram Burch
 
1062 1930 Census Dist 23, Ruby, Chesterfield Co., South Carolina
Burch, Tristram H. Head owns 5,000 M W 52 M@26 SC SC SC
Burch, Hattie J. wife F W 45 M@17 SC SC SC
Burch, Fay S. dau F W 27 S SC SC SC school teacher - high school
Burch, Dennis H. son M W 22 S SC SC SC
Burch, Thomas E. son M W 16 S SC SC SC
Burch, Ella L. dau F W 13 S SC SC SC
Burch, Emsley F. son M W 10 S SC SC SC
Burch, Linda E. dau F W 7 S SC SC SC
Burch, Jennie R. dau F W 4 11/12 S SC SC SC 
Emsley Fletcher Burch
 
1063 1930 Census Dist 23, Ruby, Chesterfield Co., South Carolina
Burch, Tristram H. Head owns 5,000 M W 52 M@26 SC SC SC
Burch, Hattie J. wife F W 45 M@17 SC SC SC
Burch, Fay S. dau F W 27 S SC SC SC school teacher - high school
Burch, Dennis H. son M W 22 S SC SC SC
Burch, Thomas E. son M W 16 S SC SC SC
Burch, Ella L. dau F W 13 S SC SC SC
Burch, Emsley F. son M W 10 S SC SC SC
Burch, Linda E. dau F W 7 S SC SC SC
Burch, Jennie R. dau F W 4 11/12 S SC SC SC 
Fay S. Burch
 
1064 John Francis (Johnnie) never married per Karthy Burch Williams' research.

His gravestone at Chambersville Cemetery reads F. Johnson Burch.
He was listed on the 1880 census as Francis J. Burch. 
Francis Johnson 'Johnie' Burch
 
1065 Notes from Kathy Burch Williams:
1880 Census - Farm laborer in Mt. Croghan, Chesterfield, South Carolina.
1920 Residence - Manley, Franklin, Georgia
Hardy Sellers Burch and Lillie Vick Burch moved to Royston, Georgia and are buried there. 
Hardy Sellers Burch
 
1066

As of Sep 2012, Hattie's parents and siblings have not been found in the 1920 census. She is not with her parents in the 1930 census but by then she would have been old enough to marry. 
Hattie F. Burch
 
1067 Obit provided by Kathy Burch Williams:
The Chronicle & Advertiser, 15 February 2001
Ruby, SC - Mrs. Elizabeth Burch Raley died Monday, Feb. 5, 2001. She was 87 years old.

The funeral was Wednesday, Feb. 7, at 3 p.m. at MIller-Rivers-Caulder Funeral Home Chapel with interment in Ruby Cemetery.

Mrs. Raley was born in Mt. Croghan, a daughter of the late Redmer Armstrong and Henrietta Jeanette Burch. She was a graduate of Wingate College and Wake Forest University, and received her master's degree from Appalachian State University. Mrs. Raley was a retired school teacher and principal, a member of Ruby Presbyterian Church, and was married to the late M.L. "Luke" Raley. She was preceded in death by a brother, Eldred Harden Burch.

Survivors include a sister, Edith B. Watson and husband Brent of Mt. Croghan; a brother, W. Blakeney Burch and wife Laura of Pageland; and three nephews, Judge Paul M. Burch of Pageland, Warren A. Burch of Conway, and William B. Watson of Chesterfield.

Memorial contributions may be made to Hospice of Chesterfield County, PO Box 293, Chesterfield, SC 29709.

Miller-Rivers-Caulder Funeral Home of Chesterfield was in charge of arrangements. 
Henrietta Elizabeth Burch
 
1068 1920 Census Cheraw, Chesterfield Co., South Carolina
Henry Burch 52
Isa Burch 51
Nathalee Burch 22
Dewey Burch 20
Henretta Burch 18
Henry Burch 14 
Henry Andrew Burch, Sr.
 
1069 Janie: According to the Burch Family Book by W. Bernette Burch, "They had 17 children." On page 5 is a listing of the children of Joseph and Lizzie Johnson Jackson which includes a John Burch who married Molly Johnson and went to Mississippi. Thomas Stanley's rootsweb chart says that this is John Sebrey Burch who was born in Nov. 1849. But I do not find John Sebrey listed on the 1860 census. Instead, there is the above Ina, female, born abt 1849. I did find a John S. Burch and Mollie in the 1870 census in Sunflower County, Mississippi. They had been married in Dec, 1869 and Mollie was from Mississippi. But without a 1860 census record for him tying him to Joseph, I cannot say for sure that this John S. is Joseph's child. Instead, when I include the daughter, Ina, that completes a list of 17 children and there is no John in that list. I have not found any other record of Ina except in this 1860 census and it clearly says she was a female. Ina Burch
 
1070 Sisters 'Genie' and Irene married brothers. Irene Cadell Burch
 
1071 1920 Census Dist 43, Mount Croghan, Chesterfield co., South Carolina
Williams, Paul head m W 20 M NC NC NC
Williams, Iris wife F W 21 M SC SC SC
Williams, Margie Lee dau F W 1 ?/12 S SC SC SC

1930 Census Dist 49, Winston-Salem, Forsyth Co., North Carolina
Williams, Iris head F W 31 Wd VA SC SC
Williams, Margie dau F W 11 S SC VA SC
Williams, Winston son M W 1 4/12 S NC VA SC
Watts, Marie lodger F W 32 S NC NC NC 
Iris Burch
 
1072 Note from Kathy Burch Williams "Jackson Hendricks Burch never married." Jackson Hendrick Burch
 
1073 Bart Morgan said they had fifteen children. The Burch book, pg 5, lists ten children but with no dates. I have been unable to find the family on any 1860 or 1870 census. In the 1900 Census for Collin Co, Texas, it is recorded that the couple have 9 children and they are all living.

1850 Census Chesterfield District, South Carolina
Burch, James C 21 M SC
Burch, Celia 19 F SC
Burch, Martha 3 F SC
Burch, Eliza 2 F SC
Burch, Joseph 1/12 M SC

1880 Census Precinct 4, Collin County, Texas
Burch, James C 52 SC SC NC
Burch, Celia A 50 SC SC SC
Burch, Joseph S. 30 SC SC SC
Burch, Mary E. 24 SC SC SC
Burch, Susanna H. 21 SC SC SC
Burch, Francis J. 19 SC SC SC
Burch, Rebecca 13 SC SC SC
Burch, Emma I. 12 SC SC SC
Burch, Virginia C. 8 SC SC SC

1900 Census Precinct 4, Collin County, Texas
Burch, James C W M Mar 1828 72 M 53 SC SC NC
Burch, Celia A W F Mar 1831 69 M 53 9 ch; 9 lvg SC SC SC
Burch, John F. W M Jan 1861 29 S SC SC SC (this has to be Francis J.)
Burch, Virginia C W F Dec 1871 28 S SC SC SC (based on the 1880 census above, the age is an error.)

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According to the Burch Family Book by W. Bernette Burch, "They moved to Texas after the war."
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Find-a-grave memorial by Thomas Stanley: He served as a Colonel in the CSA Army. 
Col. James Clothier Burch
 
1074 From Dan Sullivan: He was a Confederate Soldier. James Francis Burch
 
1075 1930 Census Dist 23, Ruby, Chesterfield Co., South Carolina
Burch, Tristram H. Head owns 5,000 M W 52 M@26 SC SC SC
Burch, Hattie J. wife F W 45 M@17 SC SC SC
Burch, Fay S. dau F W 27 S SC SC SC school teacher - high school
Burch, Dennis H. son M W 22 S SC SC SC
Burch, Thomas E. son M W 16 S SC SC SC
Burch, Ella L. dau F W 13 S SC SC SC
Burch, Emsley F. son M W 10 S SC SC SC
Burch, Linda E. dau F W 7 S SC SC SC
Burch, Jennie R. dau F W 4 11/12 S SC SC SC 
Jennie R. Burch
 
1076 1860 Census Chesterfield Co., South Carolina
Next door to Joseph is:
Jesse Burch 21 M SC
Mary A. 21 F SC
Ida 3 F SC
Harriet 1 F SC

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According to the Burch Family Book by W. Bernette Burch, "They went to Pauls Valley, OK."

Jesse and Mary Ann were found on the 1910 Census for Ward 3, Pauls Valley, Garvin Co., OK. They stated they had been married 53 years and had 11 children, 7 who were living at the time. 
Jesse Edward Burch
 
1077 The Burch book, pg 17 mentions a son, Wilson, who died. I don't know if this is a child I have not found or if possibly this is William J. Jesse Lemuel Burch
 
1078 Note from Kathy Burch Williams: "According to Sara Walker Powell's mother, Jesse Thomas Ingram Burch moved to California . . . she thought Los Angeles and was a policeman. She said he brought his family to Texas once to visit. She didn't know the names of the children." Jesse Thomas Burch
 
1079 The Burch book has a date of death of 5 Nov 1918, but the page from the Family Bible of William Meadow Burch and his wife Henrietta Frances Jackson Burch has a date of death of 4 Nov 1918. A copy of the Bible page provided by Elizabeth Goins.

Jessie is buried at Antioch but there is also a memorial stone for her placed at Mt. Croghan Methodist Ch Cem, Mt. Croghan, Chesterfield Co., South Carolina. This is seen at Find-a-Grave website. The memorial stone gives d/o/d as 4 Nov 1918. 
Jessie Susanna Burch
 
1080 John Bunyan "Bun" Burch was the first son of Moultrie Kirkwood "Mote" and Julia Burch. He was born at his parents home in Mt. Croghan, Chesterfield County, South Carolina on August 23, 1877. He knew the joys of a farm boy growing up in a LARGE family. He was taught the secrets of the land by his father and became quite good with his hands. He was to become an excellent farmer, carpenter and brick mason.

As a boy he attended school in Mt. Croghan with his brother and some of his sisters. It is easy to imagine him as a child playing in the yard of his home after work was completed.

His home, one story and typical of the time, was roomy with a center hall running the length of the house. The kitchen was separate from the house as it was in most homes then. The walls and flooring were constructed of wide oak boards. Part of the home is still standing and has been used for storing hay. The old well frame can still be seen in the front yard.

"Bun" enjoyed church socials as a young man. It has been said that on one such occasion, at Deep Creek, he found it necessary to toss a rock to force a young lady's attention his way. Others say he used a fishing pole to tap the young lady to get her attention. Anyway, the young lady was Susan Hannah Bowman!

The story continues: One Sunday, "Bun" took the mule and told his mother that he would return by night and he might bring his bride home, too. However, as he was paying attention to two young ladies, his mother was not certain just who the bride would be.

As the story goes, "Bun" wasn't too certain himself. He decided to let the mule make the decision for him when he reached the fork in the road. Mable Redfearn lived on one fork and Hannah Bowman on the other. When they reached the fork, "Bun" let the mule take the road it wanted. As luck would have it, the mule headed for Hannah's.

Preacher Adolphus Smith married "Bun" and Hannah at his home in 1898. They lived for a couple of years at "Bun's" home. Then in 1900, they made the first of several necessary moves.

In July of that same year, after a most difficult experience, their first child, Thomas, was born. Belvin, the youngest, was born in 1921.

"Bun" and his family were well-known, church-going, hard-working people of their community. "Bun" was a Mason and living proof of their ideals.

January 11, 1922, John Bunyan Burch quietly died as a result of cancer in Wadesboro Hospital. He left behind a large family to carry on his respected name.

(The above information from Dora "May" Burch MacCallum, granddaughter of John Bunyan Burch, circa 1986.)

Source: Kathy Burch Williams Research 
John Bunyan 'Bun' Burch
 
1081 1850 Census Chesterfield District, South Carolina
Burch, John S. 28 M NC
Burch, Lucy H. 24 F NC
Burch, William P. 4 M NC
Burch, Susanna T. 1 F SC
Beard, Vanimon Z. 12 M NC

1880 District 31, Rockwall Co., Texas
Burch, John W M 59 farmer NC SC SC
Burch, Lucy W F 57 wife keeps house NC NC NC
Burch, Joseph W M 11 son at school SC NC NC
Smith, Perry B M 20 servant farm labor SC SC SC
Porter, Fannie W F 14 boarder servant IL SC NC

From Bart Morgan: "John and Lucy had 10 children and moved to Texas after the civil war."

Janie: An assumption can be made that this family was considered fairly well to-do as there is a slave census for 1860 that counts 3 slaves over age 55; 9 between the ages of 18 and 55; and the other 17 must be children of the adults. John's parent's home and buildings were burned when Sherman's army came through Chesterfield County. I don't know about John and Lucy's home, but the whole family had to be affected and thus the move to Texas.

It should be noted that in both census above John has indicated that he was born in North Carolina; even his son Joseph says his father was born in North Carolina.

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According to the Burch Family Book by W. Bernette Burch, "They moved to Texas after the war."
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From Find A Grave:
John S. Burch
Birth: Jun. 9, 1821
North Carolina, USA
Death: Jun. 24, 1886

Co I, 34th AL Infantry

Burial: Heath Cemetery
Rockwall, Rockwall County
Texas, USA

Record added: Jun 1 2007
By: Texas CSA 
John Sebrey Burch
 
1082 1870 Census Dist 4, Sunflower Co., Mississippi
Burch, John S. 21 M W farmer 250. SC (married within the year, last Dec.)
Burch, Mollie 18 F W keeping house Miss.
Johnson, Spencer 12 M B domestic servant Miss.
Thomas, Bartlet 19 M B laborer Miss.

John is widowed in the 1900 census Beat 4, Sunflower Co., Mississippi with 6 of his children with him. The year and age given is obviously in error as it lists him born in 1869, age 30, widowed, with son, Frank age 23, born in 1876. The 1870 census gives us an estimated birth year of 1849 and shows him married Dec. 1869.

1900 Census Dist 51, Beat 4, Sunflower Co., Mississippi
Burch, John S. head W M Nov 1869 30 Wd SC SC SC (obvious error in birth year; should be 1849)
Burch, Frank son W M Dec 1876 23 S S MS SC MS
Burch, Bessie dau W F Sept 1879 20 S MS SC MS
Burch, Clarence son W M Jan 1882 18 S MS SC MS
Burch, Pearl dau W F May 1888 12 S MS SC MS
Burch, Myrtle dau W F Jan 1882 8 S MS SC MS (another obvious error in birth year; should be 1892)
Burch, John son W M May 1894 6 S MS SC MS
Apparently this whole census has the birth months and years wrong!! I will use the d/o/b as researched by Mary Dixon who has done extensive work on this family even as to where they are buried. 
John Sebrey Burch
 
1083 Twelve children are listed for Joe and Minnie Burch on the rootsweb chart here:
http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=1595031 
Joseph 'Joe' Burch
 
1084 1880 District 31, Rockwall Co., Texas
Burch, John W M 59 farmer NC SC SC
Burch, Lucy W F 57 wife keeps house NC NC NC
*Burch, Joseph W M 11 son at school SC NC NC
Smith, Perry B M 20 servant farm labor SC SC SC
Porter, Fannie W F 14 boarder servant IL SC NC 
Joseph Clarence Burch
 
1085 1860 Census Chesterfield Co., South Carolina
Joseph J Burch 36
Elizabeth Burch 33
Susanna Burch 16
James Burch 15
Cealy Burch 14
Ann Burch 13
Lucy Burch 12
Ina Burch 11 * see below
Sarah Burch 9
Andrew Burch 8
Charles Burch 7
Joseph Burch 5
Moultrie Burch 4
Jesse Burch 2
Unnamed male Burch 1
All born in South Carolina

1880 Census Mount Croghan, Chesterfield, South Carolina
Jos. BURCH Self M Male W 58 SC Farmer SC NC
Eliz BURCH Wife M Female W 54 SC Keeping House SC SC
Julus BURCH Son S Male W 19 SC Laborer On Farm SC SC
Ugenia BURCH Dau S Female W 18 SC At Home SC SC
Agustus BURCH Son S Male W 17 SC Laborer On Farm SC SC
Irline BURCH Dau S Female W 13 SC At Home SC SC

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Janie: According to the Burch Family Book by W. Bernette Burch, "They had 17 children." On page 5 is a listing of the children of Joseph and Lizzie Johnson Jackson which includes a John Burch who married Molly Johnson and went to Mississippi. Thomas Stanley's rootsweb chart says that this is John Sebrey Burch who was born in Nov. 1849. But I do not find John Sebrey listed on the 1860 census. Instead, there is the above Ina, female, born abt 1849. I did find a John S. Burch and Mollie in the 1870 census in Sunflower County, Mississippi. They had been married in Dec, 1869 and Mollie was from Mississippi.

But without a 1860 census record for John tying him to Joseph, I cannot say for sure that this John S. is Joseph's child. Instead, when I include the daughter, Ina, that completes a list of 17 children and there is no John in that list. I have not found any other record of Ina except in this 1860 census and it clearly says she was a female. It is possible the Burch book was in error saying there were 17 children. It does say John was a son and it leaves out Ina. I will include John as a son, using info found on a chart at rootsweb as further proof that Joseph Jackson had a child John who was probably named for an uncle with the same name; John Sebrey Burch. It seems unlikely that Ina (female) could be John on the 1860 census, so I am recording 18 children, but would like to have further documentation. 
Joseph Jackson Burch
 
1086 From Bart Morgan: "Joseph Thomas Burch was a fairly well off land owner in Chesterfield District, South Carolina. His land was near the North Carolina Border. The 'Old Burch Cemetery' is located there.

"When Sherman's army came through Chesterfield County they burned Joseph Thomas' and Susannah's home and most of the other buildings. Joseph was held prisoner for a while. All five of Joseph's and Susannah's living sons were in the 4th Regiment, 12th Bat, 4th Sqd., A Company of the South Carolina Cavalry."
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According to the Burch Family Book by W. Bernettte Burch, pg 2: "He was a large slaveholder and planter captured by Sherman's Army and his home, property, etc. burned or destroyed. His 6 sons served in the Confederate Army through the entire war and were all calvarymen."
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1850 Census Chesterfield District, South Carolina
PAGE NO: 146b Enumerated November 25, 1850 by Wm Strother
738 Burch, Joseph T. 52 M Farmer 5,000 So Ca
738 Burch, Susannah 47 F So Ca
738 738 Burch, Susannah H. 16 F So Ca
738 738 Burch, Jesse E. 13 M So Ca
738 738 Burch, William M. 11 M So Ca
738 738 Burch, Eliza D. 8 F So Ca
738 738 Burch, Tristram T. 6 M So Ca 
Joseph Thomas Burch
 
1087 Joseph, age 21, was still single in 1900 and living with his parents in Dist 152, Perry, Noble Co., Oklahoma.

1910 Dist 88, Whitebead, Garvin Co., Oklahoma
Burch, Joe T. head M W 31 M1 5yrs TX NC NC
Burch, Lyndall L. wife F W 22 M1 5yrs 2ch/2lvg AK GA TN
Burch, Joe T. Jr. son M W 2 S OK TX AR
Burch, Lyndall L. Jr. dau F W 1 ?/12 S OK TX AR

1920 Dist 137, Richards, Comanche Co., Oklahoma
Burch, Joseph T. head M W 41 M TX VA VA (error in parents' birth state)
Burch, Viola wife F W 30 M TX TX KS
Burch, Joseph T. Jr. son M W 11 S OK TX AR
Burch, Lyndall dau F W 8 S OK TX AR
Burch, Marion son M W 1 11/12 S OK TX TX

1930 Census Dist 1, Menard, Menard Co., Texas
Burch, Joseph T. head M W 51 married at 38 TX SC SC
Burch, Viola wife F W 41 married at 28 Texas Texas Indiana
Burch, Marion son M W 12 single Oklahoma Texas Texas 
Joseph Thomas Burch
 
1088 Julius and Mary were found in the 1900 census for White Store, Anson Co., North Carolina. The couple had had 6 ch and all 6 were living and listed: Bessie, Marthy E., May S., William B., Jasper J. and Benjamine K. Julius Adamiga Burch
 
1089 From Kathy Burch Williams: Lem was a Sargeant in the U. S. Marine Corps during WWI. Lemuel Jesse Burch
 
1090 Harold was mis-indexed on the 1920 census as Leo B. The image shows clearly Leo H. and the Burch book names him Harrold. Leo 'Harold' Burch
 
1091 Obituary of Linda Burch Tyler provided by Phil Rowe:
RUBY – Linda Burch Tyler, 85, of Dale City, Va., and formerly of Ruby, S.C., died June 5, 2008. A graveside service was held June 10, 2008 at Ruby Cemetery.
Tyler, born in Ruby, S.C. a daughter of the late Tristram Hampton and Hattie Janette Rollings Burch. She was a retired Nurse. She was preceded in death by her sisters, Fay B. McNab, Floried B. Hurd, Lucille Burch, Mary Lola Burch, and Jennie B. Hartman, and by her brothers, Dennis Hampton Burch, Franklin Burch, Thomas E. Burch, and Emsley F. Burch.
Surviving are: Husband, Otis B. Tyler of the home; son, Barry Burch Tyler of the home; also many Nieces and Nephews.

Social Security Death Index
Name: Linda B. Tyler
SSN: deleted
Last Residence: 22193 Woodbridge, Prince William, Virginia
Born: 4 Sep 1922
Died: 5 Jun 2008
State (Year) SSN issued: Virginia (Before 1951) 
Linda E. Burch
 
1092 According to the Burch Family Book by W. Bernette Burch, "They moved to Texas" Lucy Harrison Irene 'Lou' Burch
 
1093 According to the Burch Family Book by W. Bernette Burch, "They moved to Texas." Margaret Anna 'Nannie' Burch
 
1094 1930 Census Dist 1, Menard, Menard Co., Texas
Burch, Joseph T. head M W 51 marrie at 38 TX SC SC
Burch, Viola wife F W 41 married at 28 Texas Texas Indiana
Burch, Marion son M W 12 single Oklahoma Texas Texas 
Marion Jesse Burch
 
1095 The Birch book, pg 9, says that Lizzie married a Hurst and that her sister Sue H. also married a Hurst. The rootsweb chart of Thomas D. Stanley Jr. has the names of the two Hurst men. This chart says that Hossey Hurst married a Mary Ellen Burch. I have found Mary E. on the 1880 census and am making the assumption that her name was Mary Elizabeth, not Mary Ellen. This would fit with the nickname of Lizzie.

Email from Jack Hendrick verifies that her name was Mary Elizabeth, and gives the following dates:
birth: 9 Feb 1855 death: 27 Sep 1897
Find-a-grave site has her birth unknown and death 27 Sep 1897. This site also says the inscription on her stone (not shown) is died 42yrs, 7 mos, 20 days which would give a calculated birth date of 7 Feb 1855.

ALT dates given to me by Kathy Burch Williams:
birth 7 Feb 1855 death: 17 Sep 1897 
Mary Elizabeth 'Lizzie' Burch
 
1096 Note from Kathy Burch Williams register: "The Burch Book lists Mary Jane Burch as Mary Joanna Burch."

Mary Jane was 10 months old at the time of her death. 
Mary Jane Burch
 
1097 According to the Burch Family Book by W. Bernette Burch, "They moved to Texas." Sarah E. 'Betty' was found with her husband living next door to her sister Mary 'Mollie' in the 1880 census for Rockwall Co., Texas. Mary Rebecker 'Molly' Burch
 
1098 "Mote" Burch was one of the seventeen children of Joseph Jackson and Elizabeth C. Graves Johnson Burch. He was small of stature, but his laugh was large and deep.

"Mote" was a farmer and always had a good garden. He was a rather quiet man and a good provider for his family. During his married life he and Julia, fondly called Daddy and Mammy by their grandchildren, made several moves. At one time they lived in the old Huntley home. About 1915, he gave up farming and they moved to town in Ruby, Chesterfield County, South Carolina.

The home in Ruby is especially memorable for my father, Carl Bunyan Burch, as it was there that he spent many of his happiest boyhood summers.

In their later years, "Mote" and Julia decided to break up housekeeping and lived with various members of the family.

After suffering a stroke, "Mote" was confined to his chair. He died at his daughter's home in 1927. Julia passed away a year earlier in 1926.

(The above information from Dora "May" Burch MacCallum, "Mote's" great granddaughter, circa 1986.)

Source: Kathy Burch Williams' Research 
Moultrie 'Mote' Kirkwood Burch
 
1099 ALT birth date from 1900 Census is Jan 1892. Myrtle Burch
 
1100 Her tombstone is transcribed as Frances Ola. Ola Frances Burch
 
1101 U.S., Social Security Death Index, 1935-Current about Olin D. Burch
Name: Olin D. Burch
SSN:
Last Residence: 29550 Hartsville, Darlington, South Carolina, USA
BORN: 17 Jan 1935
Died: 26 May 2001
State (Year) SSN issued: South Carolina (Before 1951) 
Olin D. Burch
 
1102 ALT birth date: the 1900 Census has birth date of May 1888. Pearl Burch
 
1103 1910 Census Dist 53, Dallas Ward 7, Dallas Co., Texas
Helms, J. T. head M W 53 M1 23yrs VA VA VA
Helms, Rebecca wife F W 44 M1 23yrs 3ch/1 lvg SC SC SC
Helms, J. B. son M W 18 S OK VA SC

I did not find Rebecca, James T. or their son in the 1900 census.

ALT birth date as given by Jack Hendrick is 5 June, 1865. 
Rebecca Burch
 
1104 His middle name taken from his dau Henrietta's obit. Redmer Armstrong Burch
 
1105 Obituary copied from posting at Find-a-Grave, Memorial # 30098895:
Mrs. Sara Burch Ratliff, age 92, of Wadesboro, died January 8, 1999 at Heritage Hills Nursing Home. Funeral services January 10 at Deep Creek Baptist Church, officiated by Rev. Charles Cauthen, where she joined by letter from Elizabeth Baptist Church at Mount Croghan, S.C. on August 23, 1936. She had been a member of Deep Creek Baptist Church for 62 years. Interment followed in the church cemetery.

She was born July 27, 1906 in Chesterfield County, S.C. She was a daughter of William Franklin Burch and Annie Eliza Hendrick Burch.

Mrs. Ratliff attended the Ellen Fitzgerald School of Nursing. Much of her nursing career was devoted to the terminally ill.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Carl Lacy Ratliff on April 7, 1965. 
Sarah Burch
 
1106 According to the Burch Family Book by W. Bernette Burch, "They moved to Texas." Sarah E. 'Betty' was found with her husband living next door to her sister Mary 'Mollie' in the 1880 census for Rockwall Co., Texas. Sarah Elizabeth 'Betty' Burch
 
1107 Burch Book lists Sarah Jane Burch Streater's birth date as 11 Oct 1830.
Burch Book lists Sarah Jane Burch Streater's date of death as 05 Jul 1850.

The memorial listing at find-a-grave website lists birth 17 Oct 1830 and death as of 3 Jul 1850 but there is no image of the gravestone to verify that. 
Sarah Jane Burch
 
1108 Some researchers have recorded a marriage to Maximillion Francis Jackson which is disputed by other researchers. The source for this marriage is Pigg Genealogy. I believe Maximillian Francis 'Frank' married a different Susanna Burch as Susanna H Burch was found still single living with her nephew in the 1920 census. The Burch book on pg 3 also says she was still single in 1920.

1920 Census record
Susana Burck
[Susana Burch]
Home in 1920: Mount Croghan, Chesterfield, South Carolina
Age: 85 years
Estimated birth year: abt 1835
Birthplace: South Carolina
Relation to Head of House: Aunt
Father's Birth Place: South Carolina
Mother's Birth Place: South Carolina
Marital Status: Single
Race: White
Sex: Female
Able to read: Yes
Able to Write: Yes
Image: 1050
Household Members: Name Age
Joseph Arthur Timmons 36
Jessie Timmons 35
John Samuel Timmons 14
Simion Timmons 64
Eliza Timmons 77
Susana Burck 85

By the 1850 Census Susanna was the oldest child still living at home. She is found, still single, living in the home of Joseph Arther Timmons, her nephew, in the 1920 census. Her middle name is sometimes given as Hollendsworth as it was a surname in her ancestry, but was gradually being anglicanized into Hollingsworth. 
Susanna Hollingsworth Burch
 
1109 According to the Burch Family Book by W. Bernette Burch, they went to California. Susanna Theresa 'Minnie' Burch
 
1110 1930 Census Dist 23, Ruby, Chesterfield Co., South Carolina
Burch, Tristram H. Head owns 5,000 M W 52 M@26 SC SC SC
Burch, Hattie J. wife F W 45 M@17 SC SC SC
Burch, Fay S. dau F W 27 S SC SC SC school teacher - high school
Burch, Dennis H. son M W 22 S SC SC SC
Burch, Thomas E. son M W 16 S SC SC SC
Burch, Ella L. dau F W 13 S SC SC SC
Burch, Emsley F. son M W 10 S SC SC SC
Burch, Linda E. dau F W 7 S SC SC SC
Burch, Jennie R. dau F W 4 11/12 S SC SC SC 
Thomas E. Burch
 
1111 Story handed down to descendant, Phil Rowe:
"As for Joseph's son, Tristram (my great great grandfather), I had always heard that he was General' Lee's personal aid, and upon looking up their calvary regiment on wikipedia, I learned how. In 1864 the 4th Regiment SC Calvary was transfered to Lee's Army of Northern Virginia. I'm told he ran dispatches and did other duties and at one point he walked from Cheraw, SC to Charleston to gather horses, having to sleep on someone doorstep. After the war he and his wife had my great grandpa Tristram Hampton Burch who married Hattie Rollings Burch."

It should be noted that other descendants have challenged this story as folklore.
*****
The following passed on to Janie from Kathy Burch Williams:
According to the genealogy of Sara Walker Powell, Tristram Hampson Burch was a merchant. 15 Mar 2000

Draft Registration - 12 Sep 1918, WWI - Chesterfield County, South Carolina
Occupation - 1918 - Merchant and Farmer in Ruby, Chesterfield, South Carolina
The above from the genealogy of Tom Stanley, Oct 2006

1910 Census Dist 0041, Mt. Croghan, Chesterfield Co., South Carolina
Burch, Hampton T. Head M W 33 M1 for 8yrs SC SC SC merchant
Burch, Hattie J. Wife F W 25 M1 for8yrs 3ch/3 lvg SC SC SC
Burch, Fay D. dau F W 7 S SC SC SC
Burch, Hattie F. dau F W 5 S SC SC SC
Burch, Dennis, H. son M W 2 S SC SC SC

I (Janie) have been unable to find the 1920 census record for Tristam and his family.

1930 Census Dist 23, Ruby, Chesterfield Co., South Carolina
Burch, Tristram H. Head owns 5,000 M W 52 M@26 SC SC SC
Burch, Hattie J. wife F W 45 M@17 SC SC SC
Burch, Fay S. dau F W 27 S SC SC SC school teacher - high school
Burch, Dennis H. son M W 22 S SC SC SC
Burch, Thomas E. son M W 16 S SC SC SC
Burch, Ella L. dau F W 13 S SC SC SC
Burch, Emsley F. son M W 10 S SC SC SC
Burch, Linda E. dau F W 7 S SC SC SC
Burch, Jennie R. dau F W 4 11/12 S SC SC SC 
Tristam Hampton Burch
 
1112 From Bart Morgan: They had nine children.
*****
Confederate Veteran Crosses Over River
Special to the State
Chesterfield, July 31, 1927

Tristram Thomas Burch died at his home, near Chesterfield, Wednesday evening, July 20. Mr. Burch had been in bad health for years, in bed for about a year and practically helpless for months. He was 83 years of age July 4 of this year. He was the youngest of a family of 12 children and the last to pass away, was a great grandson of Gen. Tristram Thomas, of Revolutionary fame, for whom he was named. (Gen. Thomas is buried a few miles east of Cheraw.)

At the time of the Confederate war Mr. Burch was one of the first volunteers from Chesterfield County. He and his brother, Jess Burch, went to Camden in September, 1861, and joined the Sixth Cavalry Regiment of Kirkwood Rangers and were in the troop of Capt. William Shannon. They marched directly to Richmond, where they remained two or three weeks and were sent on to Manassasor Bull Run, arriving there just after the first battle. The Rangers were sent there to join a Georgia regiment but on account of being so well trained and equipped were chosen by General Whiting as body guards. They were changed after a short time and became General Longstreet's body guards.

From Manassas they marched down upon the peninsula between James and Potomac rivers. They had no regular engagements here but engaged in many skirmishes. It was at New Kent Court House that Mr. Burch saw his first man killed in action.

They were with Johnston when near the close of May, 1862, he deserted Yorktown and attached McClellan as he attempted to cross Chickahominy river. Some of Mr. Burch's company carried Johnston from the field after he was wounded during the battle of Seven Pines.

Longstreet fought under Lee during the Seven Days' Battles beginning June 21 and ending at Malvern Hill when the Federals escaped the fleet upon James River. During this time Mr. Burch was made Gen. R. E. Lee's courier.

Lee next marched upon Pope at Manassas. Mr. Burch's troops had only enlisted for 12 months. While here they reinlisted and elected Jim Daby captain. Mr. Burch's horse was water-founded during the Second Battle of Manassas and he was sent back to a rest camp while Lee went on into Maryland. He rejoined him on his retreat and was present at the Battle of Fredericksburg on the hill with Lee and Longstreet when "Second Land Tom" broke into three pieces. That night Mr. Burch was placed as courier with a signal corps. He caught cold and become very ill, was sent to a hospital in Richmond. Smallpox broke out here and he was sent over James river to a hospital at Manchester, remained there about a week and then joined the Army at Fredericksburg. They engaged in several skirmishes before his company was sent across James river where Mr. Burch did picket duty.

While out on a scouting expedition with Colonel Haskell Mr. Burch was sent with a dispatch for General Chilters. On the way he captured three Federals.

He next joined Lee on the northern side of James river and was sent with the supply wagons of Longstreet near Winchester while Lee marched into Pennsylvania during the Battle of Gettysburg. He rejoined Lee when he retreated into Virginia and was on the northern side of James river and heard the blow-up at Petersburg.

When Longstreet was sent west in the autumn of '63 Mr. Burch's company was annexed to the Seventh regiment, but he was only with them a short time, being in the hospital most of the time suffering with infected toes acquired when the doctor attempted to cut out ingrowing nails, until he ______ one of 100 men _______ was sent home for horses. He was at home when Lee surrendered. Sherman marched through Friday and Saturday and he reached home Sunday.

During the days of Reconstruction Mr. Burch was captain of a Red Shirt company and was instrumental in the election of Wade Hampton as governor and the routing of the carpetbaggers and the Negro units(?) and officers in South Carolina.

Mr. Burch married Miss Adella L. Sellers in September, 1866, and is survived by his widow and seven children: H.S. Burch of Royston, Ga., T.H. Burch and Mrs. W.T. Edgeworth of Ruby, Miss Mary Burch, Miss Linnie Burch and Mrs. G.L. Moore of Chesterfield and J.S. Burch of Cheraw.

He was laid to rest at 5 o'clock Thursday afternoon, July 21, in the Sellers family Cemetery near Ruby. The Rev. A.B. Smith, a lifelong friend and neighbor of the family conducted the funeral services.

The above was hand copied by Laverne Moore and given to her niece, Barbara Burch James, who shared with Elizabeth Ratliff Goins, October, 2006.

Source: Kathy Burch William Research 
Tristam Thomas Burch
 
1113 1930 Census, Dist 41, Van Alstyne, Grayson Co., Texas
Robinson, George head M W 60 M @31 Missouri Irish Free State New York
Robinson, Virginia C. wife F W 58 M @29 SC SC SC 
Virginia Clothier Burch
 
1114 Marvin Carnes lists 14 children for this couple. See sources. Rev. William 'Henry' Burch
 
1115 On the 1910 census he is indexed as Henry W. Burch
On the 1920 census he is indexed as P. Henry Burch

Inscription copied from photo of gravemarker at Find-a-Grave:
WILLIAM HENRY BURCH
South Carolina
CSC USNR
World War II
June 30 1903 - March 22 1964 
William Henry Burch
 
1116 1880 Census Mount Croghan, Chesterfield, South Carolina
William BURCH Self M M W 40 SC Farmer SC NC
Henretta BURCH Wife M F W 37 SC Keeping House SC SC
Willie BURCH Son S M W 18 SC Laborer On Farm SC SC
Lula BURCH Dau S F W 15 SC At Home SC SC
Henry BURCH Son S M W 13 SC Laborer On Farm SC SC
Benjimon BURCH Son S M W 11 SC Laborer On Farm SC SC
Blakeney BURCH Son S M W 10 SC Laborer On Farm SC SC
Roxanner BURCH Dau S F W 7 SC SC SC
Cristopher BURCH Son S M W 3 SC SC SC
BURCH Other S F W 10M SC SC SC (on the actual image this is listed as infant with no first name; born in July, 1879 and the relationship to William is left blank.)

Family History Library Film 1255225
NA Film Number T9-1225
Page Number 369B 
William Meadow Burch
 
1117 Note from Kathy Burch Williams: William Preston Burch is said to have been a "horseracer", and possibly lived in the Washington, DC area. He apparently never went to Texas to live." The Burch book also said he lived in DC.

Article below found at
William P. Burch's lengthy career covered the late 19th century and the early 20th century. He was the first of three generations of Hall of Fame trainers from the Burch family. Born in 1846 in South Carolina, Burch served as a courier under Gen. Wade Hampton's command in the Confederate army. After the war Burch raced Quarter Horses at southern fairs and gradually shifted to Thoroughbred racing.

Burch's first good horse was named Wade Hampton; he won the 1872 Monmouth Sequel and the Saratoga Sequel Stakes. Burch trained his own horses until the 1890's when he began training for Francis Hitchcock.

Among the horses W.P. Burch trained for Hitchcock were Decanter, Gen'l. Mart Gary, and Grey Friar, winner of the 1902 Matron and Grand Union Hotel Stakes. Prior to his death in 1926 Burch also trained Adm. Cary Grayson's My Own, winner of the 1923 Saratoga Cup, Uncas and Maryland Handicaps, and 1924 Saratoga Handicap.

[Picture] William P. Burch, right, with his son Preston Burch, left - ©C.C.Cook

Burch brought other significant horsemen into the sport of Thoroughbred racing, including: apprentice jockey George Odom, A.J. Joyner, Burch's stable foreman and another future Hall of Fame trainer, and his son trainer Preston Burch.

William P. Burch was inducted in the Hall of Fame in 1955. 
William Preston Burch
 
1118 Note from Kathy Burch Williams: "US Navy CSK Retired WWII." William Thomas Burch
 
1119 Her name on her tombstone is spelled Elon Octavia Akers.

1910 Census Dist 0053, John Creek, Floyd Co., Kentucky
Akers, Albert Head M W 28 M1 for8yrs KY KY KY Farmer - general farming
Akers, Octava Wife F W 29 M1 for8yrs 4ch/4 lvg KY KY KY
Akers, Norman son M W 7 S KY KY KY
Akers, Ella B. dau F W 5 S KY KY KY
Akers, Nancy dau F W 3 S KY KY KY
Akers, Mary dau F W 7/12 S KY KY KY 
Elon Octavia Burchett
 
1120 1900 Census Dist 149, Phillips, Etowah Co., Alabama
Burger, Lemuel head W M May 1853 47 M28yrs GA SC SC (this is indexed as Samuel Burger!)
Burger, Mary A. wife W F Apr 1853 47 M28yrs 11ch/ 9lvg GA GA GA
Burger, Lizzie Y. dau W F Mar 1884 15 S AL GA GA
Burger, Kelly G. son W M Oct 1885 14 S AL GA GA
Burger, Lillie I. dau W F June 1889 10 S AL GA GA
Burger, Cora M. dau W F May 1894 6 S AL GA GA
Burger, Bessie B. dau W F Mar 1896 3 S AL GA GA

Note that this census gives a different birth date for Bessie than the family researcher. Possibly someone other than the parents may have given the information. 
Bessie Bertrude Burgess
 
1121 Note from Tina Near: George was shot while clerking a store in Attalla, Alabama. He was mistaken for someone else. George Washington Burgess
 
1122 In the 1880 Census Lick Skillet, Cherokee Co., Georgia, he is listed as Goodwin Burgess!

1900 Census Dist 149, Phillips, Etowah Co., Alabama
Burger, Lemuel head W M May 1853 47 M28yrs GA SC SC (this is indexed as Samuel Burger!)
Burger, Mary A. wife W F Apr 1853 47 M28yrs 11ch/ 9lvg GA GA GA
Burger, Lizzie Y. dau W F Mar 1884 15 S AL GA GA
Burger, Kelly G. son W M Oct 1885 14 S AL GA GA (per Tina N Near: this is Tella John Burgess!)
Burger, Lillie I. dau W F June 1889 10 S AL GA GA
Burger, Cora M. dau W F May 1894 6 S AL GA GA
Burger, Bessie B. dau W F Mar 1896 3 S AL GA GA

next household is Mary and Lemuel's dau Tinnie and her husband Marion:
1900 Census Dist 149, Phillips, Etowah Co., Alabama
Paine, Marion head W M Sept 1871 28 M6yrs GA GA GA (should be Marion Payne)
Paine, Tinee O. wife W F Aug 1875 24 M6yrs 3ch/ 2lvg GA GA GA
Paine, Annie ?. dau W F June 1895 4 S AL GA GA (Eula Marie Payne)
Paine, Zerg M. dau W F Feb 1897 3 S AL GA GA (Bertie M. Payne)

Notes from Tina N. Near:
Records for Lemuel Francis (Goodwin) Burgess
1860 census listed as Samuel Burdett, Cherokee, Georgia - in the household with his parents Gabriel and Elizabeth
1870 census listed as Lemuel F. Burgess in Gritter, Cobb, Georgia - still with his parents
1910 census listed as L T Burgess in Phillips, Etowah, Alabama - his son Tella John lives a few houses away
1920 census listed as Lemuel F. Burgers Etowah, Alabama - youngest daughter Bessie Morgan lives next door
Alabama Death Record - Lemuel F. Burgess, March 1928, Etowah, Alabama, buried at Pilgrim's Rest Cemetery, Etowah, AL. 
Lemuel Francis (Goodwin) Burgess
 
1123 Note from Tina Near: Ora was hit by a train. Ora Jeanette Burgess
 
1124 1900 Census Dist 149, Phillips, Etowah Co., Alabama
Burger, Lemuel head W M May 1853 47 M28yrs GA SC SC (this is indexed as Samuel Burger!)
Burger, Mary A. wife W F Apr 1853 47 M28yrs 11ch/ 9lvg GA GA GA
Burger, Lizzie Y. dau W F Mar 1884 15 S AL GA GA
Burger, Kelly G. son W M Oct 1885 14 S AL GA GA (per Tina N Near: this is Tella John Burgess!)
Burger, Lillie I. dau W F June 1889 10 S AL GA GA
Burger, Cora M. dau W F May 1894 6 S AL GA GA
Burger, Bessie B. dau W F Mar 1896 3 S AL GA GA 
Tella John Burgess
 
1125 In this 1900 census Tinnie and family are living next household to her parents Mary and Lemuel Burgess.
1900 Census Dist 149, Phillips, Etowah Co., Alabama
Paine, Marion head W M Sept 1871 28 M6yrs GA GA GA (should be Marion Payne)
Paine, Tinee O. wife W F Aug 1875 24 M6yrs 3ch/ 2lvg GA GA GA
Paine, Annie ?. dau W F June 1895 4 S AL GA GA (Eula Marie Payne)
Paine, Zerg M. dau W F Feb 1897 3 S AL GA GA (Bertie M Payne)

Tina N. Near, descendant and researcher, says that Dallas was born 27 Sep 1873. Mrs. Near also offers the following notes:
Records for Tinnie Ollie Burgess - my great grandmother
1910 census listed as Tinie O Payne in Gadsden, Etowah, Alabama with husband and daughters Eula and Bertie
1920 census listed as Livie Payne in Gadsden, Etowah, Alabama with husband and daughter Bertie Dodge and
son- in- law Bert Dodge
1930 census listed as Tinnie Payne in Calera, Shelby, Alabama
Alabama Marriage Record (misspelling made this a challenge)
M D Payne and Fannie Burgess, 24 December, 1893 in Etowah, Alabama, performed by A. G. Wood (J.O.P)
After Dallas died, Tinnie moved back to Gadsden and lived with my grandmother Eula until Tinnie died in 1949
Alabama Death Record - Ollie Payne, December 9, 1949, Etowah, Alabama, buried at Forrest Cemetery in Gadsden, Etowah, Alabama. Dallas, my Standifer grandparents (Eula & Ernest), are all buried at the same plot. 
Tinnie Ollie Burgess
 
1126 1880 Census Dist 24, Lick Skillet, Cherokee Co., Georgia
Burgess, Goodwin W M 27 head M farm laborer GA SC SC
Burgess, Mary A. W F 27 wife M keeping house GA GA GA
Burgess, Warren W M 7 son S GA GA GA
Burgess, Alma A. W F 6 dau S GA GA GA
Burgess, Tiny O. W F 4 dau S GA GA GA
Burgess, George W. W M 7/12 Nov son S GA GA GA
Bartow, Nancy W F 23 sister-in-law S GA GA GA
Cook, John W M 25 hired S works on farm SC SC SC 
Warren Thomas Burgess
 
1127 At the Find-a-Grave site her memorial has her name as "Marjory Katherine Jackson". There is no photo to verify this so this genealogy record will use the spelling as given by Jerry Jackson. The F-a-G site also has ALT d/o/d as 25, Sep 1968. Marjorie Kathleen Burke
 
1128 1920 Census District 79, Tredyffrin, Chester Co., PA
Burnham, Lewis head O F M W 37 M PA PA PA
Burnham, Cora wife F W 34 M PA PA PA
Burnham, Alan son M W 6 10/12 S NY PA PA
Burnham, Joan dau F W 3 1/12 S NY PA PA
Thoms, Minnie companion F W 34 S NJ Germany Germany
Turner, Joseph servant M B 34 M AL AL AL
Turner, Missouri servant F B 26 M NC NC NC 
Enoch Lewis Burnham
 
1129 1880 Census Freeman's Creek, Lewis Co., West Virginia
Burnside, John L. W M 30 married Farming WV WV WV
Burnside, Mary C. W F 24 Wife married housekeeping WV WV WV
Hall, Columbus W M 27 Brother-in-law S at school WV WV WV
Hall, James B. W M 22 brother-in-law S at school WV WV WV
Hall, Joseph Scott W M 16 brother-in-law Farming WV WV WV
Hall, Richard A. W M 14 brother-in-law S Farming WV WV WV
Hall, Martha P. W F 12 sister-in-law S without occupation WV WV WV
Hall, Sarah B. W F 10 sister-in-law S WV WV WV 
John L. Burnside
 
1130 1880 Census:
Margaret BASSEL Self W Female W 44 WV Keeps House WV WV
Ida BASSEL Dau S Female W 16 WV At Home WV WV
Alvin BASSEL Son S Male W 14 WV At Home WV WV
Source Information:
Census Place Grant, Harrison, West Virginia
Family History Library Film 1255404
NA Film Number T9-1404
Page Number 294C 
Margaret Summerville Burnside
 
1131 Susanna's birth date calculated based on age at death of 30 years, 9 months and 22 days on her gravestone inscription as reported in 'The Record'. Susanna Burr
 
1132 1850 Census Dist 17, Gilmer Co., Virginia
J. W. Johnson 29 M Farmer 400 VA
Elizabeth Johnson 29 F VA
John Johnson 5 M VA
Susan Johnson 3 F VA
Granville Johnson 1 M VA
Albert Johnson 1 M VA

1860 Census Dist n/s, Calhoun Co., Virginia
James Johnson 35 M Farmer Lewis County
Elizabeth Johnson 36 F Lewis County
John Johnson 13 M Gilmer County
Susan Johnson 11 F Gilmer County
Albert G. Johnson 10 M Gilmer County
Granville Johnson 10 M Gilmer County
Warren Johnson 8 M Gilmer County
Charlotte Johnson 6 F Gilmer County
Jane Johnson 2 F Calhoun County
Diana Maze 26 F Lewis County
Elizabeth Maze 65 F Greenbrier County

1870 Census Center Dist, Calhoun Co., West Virginia
Post Office: Grantsville
Johnson, James W. 48 M W Farmer 600 513 VA
Johnson, Elizabeth 48 F W Keeping House VA
Johnson, Albert 21 M W Farm Laborer VA
Johnson, Warren 17 M W Farm Laborer VA
Johnson, Alice V. 12 F W no occupation VA
Kelley, John 17 M W Farm Laborer VA
Selman, Lorenzo D. 8 M W VA

1880 Census 145, Center Dist, Calhoun Co., West Virginia
90-95
Johnson, Elizabeth W F 58 Wd Keeping House VA Ireland MD
Johnson, Albert W M 31 son S Teacher & farmer VA VA VA
Johnson, Granville W M 31 son S Teacher & farmer VA VA VA
91-96
Johnson, Warren W M 28 M Farmer VA VA VA
Johnson, Nancy J. W F 25 Wife M Keeping house VA VA VA
Johnson, Okey J. W M 2 son S WV VA VA
Johnson, Charles W. W M 1 son S WV VA VA
Silman, Lorenzo D. W M 19 Boarder S works on farm VA VA VA (should be Selman) 
Elizabeth Burrows
 
1133 Ohio, Deaths, 1908-1932, 1938-2007 about Robert H Burton
Name:Robert H Burton
Birth Date:1910
Birth State:Ohio
Birth Country:United States
Gender: Male
Race:White
Residence County:Clinton
Residence State: Ohio
Residence Country:United States
Death Date:20 Oct 1987
Hospital of Death:Bethesda North
City of Death:Montgomery
County of Death: Hamilton
Certificate:083974
Age at Death:77
Certifier: Physician
Autopsy: Yes, used for certification
Social Security Number: 270-01-1498
Marital Status:Widowed
Industry of Decedent:Motor vehicles and motor vehicle equipment
Occupation of Decedent: Grinding, abrading, buffing, and polishing machine operators 
Robert H. Burton
 
1134 Oscar B. Robbins, pg 17 quotes William Jackson "Mary Burwell had a brother, Adam Burwell, who removed to Upper Canada before the Revolution." Adam Burwell
 
1135 Rockaway records website says Stephen's wife was Mary Burwell; so does the DAR Patriot lookup records. So I have assumed the Ledger's use of 'Nancy' was incorrect. But now I find a DAR application of Mrs. Susan Jackson Hannahs in which she says Stephen's wife was Nancy. I don't know which it was. Mary Nancy Burwell
 
1136 1850 Census Bridgewater, Susquehanna, Pennsylvania
Adrian Bush 64 CT
Anny Bush 61 CT (image reads Amy)
Caleb S Bush 26 PA
Elizabeth A Bush 25 PA
Augustus P Bush 22 PA 
Adrian Bush
 
1137 1850 Census Bridgewater, Susquehanna, Pennsylvania
Adrian Bush 64 CT
Anny Bush 61 CT (image reads Amy)
Caleb S Bush 26 PA
Elizabeth A Bush 25 PA
Augustus P Bush 22 PA

1880 Census Bridgewater, Susquehanna Co., Pennsylvania
Agustus P. BUSH Self M Male W 52 PA Farmer --- ---
Elizabeth L. BUSH Wife M Female W 43 NY Keeping House NY NY

1900 Census Dist 77, Montrose, Susquehanna Co., Pennsylvania
Bush, Augustus P. Head W M Sep 1828 71 M42yrs PA CT CT Capitalist
Bush, Elizabeth L. Wife W F May 1837 63 M42yrs 0ch/0 lvg NY NY NY

From Find-a-Grave:
Inscription:
Augustus P. Bush
1828-1918

See photo of gravemarker on Susquehanna Headstones by Laurel http://susquehannaheadstones.shutterfly.com 
Augustus P. Bush
 
1138 Marriage Records: Gilmer County, WV
Bride: Ava Iris Bush 16 Single
She's born in Gilmer, WV
Groom: Guy Powel 19 Single
He's born in Harrison Co.
no parents given

Marriage Records: Gilmer County, WV
Bride: Ava I. Powell 26 Widowed
She's born in Gilmer, WV
Groom: Roy Benjamin McGee 19 Single
He's born in Wood County, WV
no parents given 
Ava Iris Bush
 
1139 C. B. Bush was the informant on his father-in-law, Jackson Woodford's death certificate. Carr Bailey Bush
 
1140 Mary "Polly" and her husband (Bush) lived on the waters of Freeman's Creek, above the Jackson Mill. They went West starting to Miami Valley, OH.

George Bush and his wife Mary were located in the 1850 Warren Co, OH Census. Mary's brother had established his family there.
Ancestry.com Index:
1850 Census for Warren County. My comments in >:
Name: Mary Bush
Age: 50
Estimated birth year: abt 1800
Birth place: New Jersey
Gender: Female
Home in 1850 (City,County,State): Salem, Warren, Ohio
Page: 121
Roll: M432_737
As can be seen from the ancestry index above, her age is listed as 50. Jerry checked the actual census image and it clearly reads age 60.

Here's the rest of the info:
Line 28, Dwelling in order of visitation 1763, Family in order of visitation 1764
George Bush, 60, Male, Carpenter, Virginia
Mary, 60, Female, New Jersey, Value of Real Estate Owned 100>

There were no other Bush families in Warren County in 1850.>

I checked the 1860 Warren County Census for Salem Township. It shows George Bush with another familiy. His Wife Sarah Lawson(a widow) age 43, and her children: Mary Ann, F,26, Courtland, M,14, Susan, F,18, and Perter,M, 7. Sarah and all of her children were born in Ohio.

Broaderbund World Family Tree Vo. 5, pg 0580 has published info on birth date and marriage date that can't both be correct! 
George Bush
 
1141 1880 Census Dist 95, Green Garden, Ellsworth Co., Kansas
Arnold, Jacob W M 49 married Farmer VA VA VA
Arnold, Margaret W. F 45 wife married keeping house VA VA VA
Arnold, James E. W M 21 son single farmer WV VA VA
Arnold, Oliver N. W M 19 sib farm laborer WV VA VA
Arnold, M. Sheridan W M 13 son - WV VA VA
Arnold, Mary E. W F 11 dau single WV VA VA
Arnold, Enos F. W M 3 son KS VA VA 
Margaret Hagle Bush
 
1142 WINONA CZAJA
Winona (Nonie) Czaja, 67, of Belleville, Mich., died Tuesday, Apr. 26, 2005. She was born in Big Springs, the daughter of the late William Earl and Mildred Lenore Jackson Bush.
Surviving are two sons, William David Czaja and Andrew Stephen Czaja; one brother, Robert Bush; four sisters, Madelyn Schultz, Alice Hawthorne, Betty Durst and Carolyn Kelley; and numerous nieces and nephews.
Services were held at Uht Funeral Home, Westland, Mich., with Fr. Alex Wytrwal officiating. Cremation rites were accorded. 
Winona Lee 'Nonie' Bush
 
1143 Larry Flesher has found at least three different locations for Elizabeth's birth. I'll list the places here, but for his sources, go to his rootsweb chart at http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=lflesher&id=I12810

Birth: 20 Feb 1740 in Hampshire County, Virginia (now West Virginia)
Birth: 1741 in Germany
Birth: 1741 in Loudon, Virginia 
Elizabeth Bush\Butcher
 
1144 1920 Census District 1, Morgan Co., TN
All births in TN
Butler, A. C. head M W 32 M
Butler, Martha wife F W 33 M
Butler, Cecil son M W 8 S
Butler, Louis dau F W 5 S
Butler, Iline dau F W 3 S
Butler, Valmea dau F W 2/12 S

Janie: I couldn't find them in the 1930 census. 
Albert C. Butler
 
1145 Lettie (Saleta)'s maiden name taken from a query in the Gwinnett Co mailing list:
http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/read/gagwinne/1999-11/0943963118

1870 Census Hickory Flat, Cherokee Co., Georgia
Jackson, John N. 40 M W farm labor 200 GA
Jackson, Letta 37 F W keeping house GA
Jackson, Permelia E. 19 F W keeping house GA
Jackson, Rufus B. 14 M W farm labor GA
Jackson, William H. 12 M W farm labor GA
Jackson, George W. 8 M W GA (twins)
Jackson, James N. 8 M W GA (twins)
Jackson, Margaret A. 5 F W at home GA (Rebecca in 1880)
Jackson, Mattie H. 3 F W GA
Jackson, Laura 1 F W GA (Sara in 1880)

1880 Census Martins, Gwinnett Co., Georgia
Lettie JACKSON Self Wd Female W 47 GA Keeps House GA GA
James JACKSON Son S Male W 19 GA Works On Farm GA GA (twins)
George JACKSON Son S Male W 19 GA Works On Farm GA GA (twins)
Rebeca JACKSON Dau S Female W 18 GA Works On Farm GA GA (Margaret in 1870)
Mattie JACKSON Dau S Female W 14 GA Works On Farm GA GA
Sara JACKSON Dau S Female W 11 GA Works On Farm GA GA (Laura in 1870)
Source Information:
Family History Library Film 1254149
NA Film Number T9-0149
Page Number 428C 
Lettie (Saleta) Butler
 
1146 William and Ellen had three children. For more info on them see Darrell Jackson's website:
http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/j/a/c/Darrell-H-Jackson/GENE2-0001.html 
William F. 'Billy' Butler
 
1147 1860 Census Western District, Washington Co., Virginia
John W. Earnest 34 M Lawyer 1100 3200 VA
Amanda Earnest 35 F Housekeeper VA
Mary Earnest 9 F VA
William Earnest 7 M VA
James Earnest 5 M VA
Sarah Earnest 2 F VA
This 1860 census record is enumerated next to the family of 48 yr old John Byars, a possible sibling of Amanda's.

1870 Census Glade Spring, Washington Co., Virginia
Earnest, Amanda 45 F W Keeping house 34,000 1000? VA
.............., Mary 19 F W at home VA
.............., William 17 M W Farmer VA
............., James 15 M W Farmer VA
............., Bettie 13 F W at home VA
............., L. Lee 8 F W VA
Johnston, A 21 M B laborer VA
Johnston, Adeline 16 F B laborer VA
Carter, M. 14 M B laborer VA
Carter, James 12 M B laborer VA

1880 Census Glade Spring, Washington Co., Virginia
Ernest, Amanda W F 54 Wd Keeping house VA VA VA
Ernest, James H. W M 24 son S Farmer VA VA VA
Ernest, Bettie M. W F 20 dau S at Home VA VA VA
Ernest, Lucy Lee J. W F 15 dau S at Home VA VA VA
Sanders, Giles B M 45 Servant Wd Laborer VA VA VA
Branch, Sally B F 19 Servant S Servant VA VA VA
Branch, Nancy B F 3 S VA VA VA 
Amanda Jane Byars
 
1148 Thomasson Traces, p. 5, 13. Note that William was married in and died in Washington County, Virginia. William Byars was a Colonel in the War of 1812 and a member of the VA Legislature from Washington Co. in 1807. He was one of the founders of Emory & Henry College and one of the largest landowners in southwest Virginia. He built a 27 room home which was completed in 1830 and named Brook Hall. Col. William Byars and wife, Elizabeth, had seven children. Both are buried in Old Glade Spring Cemetery in Washington County, Virginia.

A page of history and pictures of Brook Hall is on this site. Look in the Table of Contents under 'Marriage Bonds, Certificates and Pictures'. 
William Byars
 
1149 Obit found posted on the Milam County msg board August 2004:
Cameron Herald, Thur., 19 Aug 2004 and Rockdale Reporter, Thur., 19 Aug 2004
Charles Cleo "Buck" Caffey, 83, died Aug. 14 at his home in Rockdale. Funeral services were held Aug. 17 at Phillips & Luckey Funeral Home in Rockdale with the Rev. Jack Chelf and the Rev. Doug Springer officiating. Burial followed in the Salty Cemetery.

Caffey was born Dec. 3, 1920 in Santa Ana to Charles Napoleon Caffey and Neely T. (Harris) Caffey. He was a welder for Brown and Root, a farmer, rancher and independent service station operator in Milam County, and owned a successful construction company in San Marcos for 20 years. He was a veteran of World War II serving in Company H of the U. S. Army's 334th Infantry in the Rhineland and central Europe.

He married Alta Raye Jackson on July 3, 1941 in Pasadena.

Caffey was preceded in death by his parents, brothers, Claude, J. W. and C. M. Caffey; and sister Edith Beyer.

Survivors include his wife, Alta Raye Caffey of Rockdale; sons, Charles Ray Caffey and wife Neva Jack of Rockdale, Edward Caffey and wife Debbie of San Marcos; daughters Linda Biar and husband Jerry, and Debbie Leschber and husband Raymond, all of Thorndale; brothers, Lester Caffey and wife Ladella of Thrall, Bobby Caffey and wife Betty of Thorndale and Billy Caffey of Rockdale; sisters, Audrey Hughes of Bryan and Sybil Popham of Dublin; sister-in-law, Bernice Caffey Moore; grandchildren, Charles Derek Caffey and wife April of Rockdale, Kevin Ray Caffey of Bryan, Mark Biar and wife Julie of Thorndale, Wayne Leschber and wife Stacy of Thorndale, Matthew Leschber and wife Jenny of Beaukiss, Clint Leschber and wife Nikki of Thorndale, Rhonda Jordon and husband Craig of Thorndale, Tina Schaefer and husband Scott of Thorndale, Christie Caffey, Diane Caffey and Courtney Caffey, all of San Marcos; great-grandchildren, Colton, Austin and Brandi Caffey, Tyler and Paxton Jordon, Riley and Ashton Schaefer, Skyler, Ryan and Nathan Biar, Luke, Landri, and Lance Leschber, Caden and Addison Leschber and Paige and Wyatt Leschber.

Pall bearers were Derek Caffey, Kevin Caffey, Craig Jordon, Scott Schaefer, Mark Biar, Wayne Leschber, Matthew Leschber and Clint Leschber.

Memorials may be made to Alzheimers Research or a charity of choice. 
Charles Cleo 'Buck' Caffey
 
1150 Notes below copied from Diane Eiland's website:
Registered WWI draft, Milam Co, Texas
1900 census shows that Hugh was born Feb 1894 and was 6 at the time of the census, born 2/12/1895 on WWI draft registration, in obituary and on tombstone.

Milam Co, Texas obituary - Hugh F. Caffey, Sr., age 79 of Salty Community died 4/1974 (Sunday) in Johns Hospital, Taylor where he had been a patient. Services held Tuesday in Salty Community Church with burial in Salty cemetery. Rev. Clyde Majors officiated.

Born 2/12/1895 in Milam County the son of M/M Charles M. Caffey, he first married Ethel Jackson. One son was born. Ethel preceded him in death 1/8/1948. He then married Hattie Tucker. He was a veteran of WW-1 and a life-long member of the Methodist Church. 3 brothers and 2 sisters preceded him in death.

Survivors: Wife, Mrs. Hattie Caffey of Salty Community; son, Hugh Caffey, Jr. of Thorndale; 3 brothers, C. N. Caffey of Thorndale, Dow Caffey of Salty and Enoch Caffey of Gay Hill Community near Rockdale; 2 sisters, Mrs. Eula Tucker of Rockdale and Mrs. Myrtle Fletcher of Garland; grandchildren, Connie Sue Caffey and Dale Caffey, both of Thorndale. SSDI death benefit on 454-50-3386. 
Hugh Franklin Caffey
 
1151 Cameron Herald, Thur., 4 Oct 2007

Kenneth Caffey, 69, of Salty died Sept. 29 at Richards Memorial Hospital in Rockdale. Funeral services will be held today at 11:00 a.m. at Phillips and Luckey Funeral Home in Rockdale with Rev. Carl Hudson officiating. Burial will follow in the Salty Cemetery near Thorndale.

Caffey was born on Nov. 18, 1937 in Salty to Dow and Norma (Towery) Caffey.

He married Melba Jean Stewart on July 27, 1957 in San Gabriel Baptist Church in San Gabriel.

He graduated from Thorndale High School. He was a sales representative for Lextron in animal health. He worked for Lextron and other companies like them for 46 years. He was a member of the Salty Community Church and attended church at Meadowbrook Baptist.

He was preceded in death by his brother, Doyle Wayne Caffey.

Survivors include wife, Melba Caffey of Salty; son, Stuart Caffey and wife, Debbie, of Johnson; daughters, Sherry Schneider and husband, Glynn, of Salty and Rebecca McWilliams and husband, Irby, of Salty; brother, Douglas Caffey and wife, Janice, of Salty; mother-in-law, Lula Stewart of Rockdale; grandchildren, Coy Wayne Schneider, Cody James Schneider, Miranda Lynn Caffey, Taylor Morgan McWilliams, and Cheyenne Nicole McWilliams.

Pallbearers were Time Czapla, Ira Syler, Eddie Whitley, Andre' Hartness, Leroy Stephens, Buster Pavlicek, Bill Barefield and Robert Thigpen, Jr.

Honorary pallbearers were Glenn Towery, Jackie Bon Towery, Tregg Towery, David Carter, Steve Childress, and Calvin Schuman. 
Kenneth Dow Caffey
 
1152 Copied from the rootsweb site of Diane Eiland: Eiland and Caffey Genealogy
From the book "Matchless Milam" page 283 FROM MILK BOWL TO THE NFL AND BACK

"Lee Roy Caffey, Milam Co.'s contribution to the Nation Football League for 10 years, hung up the cleats. He retired to the business world after an illustrious career that included 3 trips to the Super Bowl, 1 as a starter with the world champion Green Bay Packers. But, oddly enough, Lee Roy digs deeper into his memory to recall what he terms his greatest thrill. It goes back to the time he was 10 years old, a fifth-grader at Thorndale, and a member of a pee-wee football team that played the Oklahoma Indians in the "Milk Bowl", at pee-wee championship football game held at Marlin. Caffey remembers that his team beat the Indians from the neighboring state, but he's not positive about the score. "It was about 33-0," he said, "But that day I shook hands with Jim Thorp and that was the greatest thrill of my life."

"Jim Thorpe is a sports legend, product of a small Indian school, and an All-American collegiate footballer who later won Olympic gold medals in track. Not too long before that pee-wee Milk Bowl, the movie "Jim Thorpe- All American" starred Burt Lancaster and was a hit across the nation. Lee Roy remembers "Getting goose bumps" watching the movie and when, at halftime ceremonies at the Milk Bowl, the young players shook the immortal Thorpe's hand, Lee Roy got those goose bumps again. "He was an idol… a champion… I'll never forget meeting him."

"Maybe "Jim Thorpe - All American" inspired Caffey on the road to sports, or maybe it was just native talent, but whatever the motive, Lee Roy began assembling impressive credentials."

Obituary retrieved from Find a Grave website:
Professional Football Player. A three-sport athlete at tiny Thorndale High School in central Texas, he arrived at Texas A&M University in the fall of 1959, shortly after Bear Bryant's departure from A&M for Alabama. Sought by A&M basketball coach Shelby Metcalf , who had hoped to sign him as a result of all-state basketball honors earned during his senior year, Caffey ultimately decided to focus on football. During his three year varsity career at A&M, he played both offense and defense, holding the Aggie rushing title in 1961 as an All-Southwest Conference linebacker. He was selected to the College All Star team and played in the Challenge Bowl in his senior season. He was inducted into the Texas A&M Letterman's Association Hall of Fame in 1993. His success at A&M meant that the pros would come calling, and in the 1963 AFL and NFL drafts, he was chosen in the 4th round (25th overall pick) by Bud Adam's three year old AFL franchise Houston Oilers; the Philadelphia Eagles made him their 88th overall pick in the 7th round of the NFL draft. Caffey was named to the NFL All-Rookie team after his debut season at Philidelphia, shortly before being traded to Vince Lombardi's Green Bay Packers in the storied Jim Ringo trade. Under Lombardi, he played in the 1965 World Championship, and Super Bowls I (1967) and II (1968). A standout in the famous Packers-Cowboys "Ice Bowl" game in 1967, he forced a fumble and then sacked legendary Dallas quarterback Dandy Don Meredith . In 1972, he added a third Super Bowl ring to his collection when he played for the Dallas Cowboys under Tom Landry in Super Bowl VI. Caffey was enshrined in the Green Bay Packer Hall of Fame in 1986, and was named to the 75th Anniversary All-Time Packers team. Caffey play with and for some of the greatest names in professional football. His greatest football memory, however, occurred much earlier in his career. As a 10 year-old, his Pee-Wee football team defeated the Tallequah Indian School in the Milk Bowl, played in Marlin, Texas. The highlight for Caffey occurred after the game. "That day I shook hands with Jim Thorpe and that was the greatest thrill of my life. He was an idol … a champion. I'll never forget meeting him." Caffey died of colon cancer at M. D. Anderson Hospital in Houston, Texas. When asked about the cancer diagnosis that ultimately claimed his life, Caffey said, "The cancer won't beat me. The clock will just run out." (bio by: Wayne Jackson)  
Lee Roy Caffey
 
1153 1900 Census district 0056, Livingston, Cullman Co., Alabama
Wood, Henry W. Head W M Apr 1853 M8yrs GA GA GA
Wood, Liney Wife W F July 1868 31 M8yrs AL AL AL
Wood, William P. son W M Jan 1881 19 S AL GA AL
Wood, Josie A. dau W F Mar 1885 15 S AL GA AL
Wood, Lulu M. dau W F May 1887 13 S AL GA AL
Calvert, James M. step-son W M Mar 1887 13 S AL AL AL
Calvert, Mary R. step-dau W F June 1888 11 S AL AL AL
Wood, Mittie W. dau W F June 1892 7 S AL GA AL (indexed as Mittie W. Calvert)
Wood, Martha J. dau W F June 1895 4 S AL GA AL (indexed as Martha J. Calvert)
Wood, Henry W. son W M Aug 1897 2 S AL GA AL (indexed as Henry W. Calvert)

U.S., World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 about James Monroe Calvert
Name: James Monroe Calvert
County: Cullman
State: Alabama
Birthplace: Alabama,United States of America
Birth Date: 24 Mar 1887


Alabama, Deaths and Burials Index, 1881-1974 about J M Calvert
Name: J M Calvert
Birth Date: abt 1887
Death Date: 24 May 1973
Death Place: Cullman, Cullman, Alabama
Death Age: 86
Marital Status: Married
Gender: Male
Father Name: Leroy Calvert
Mother Name: Lina Rushing
Spouse Name: Sarah Calvert
FHL Film Number: 2242018 
James Monroe Calvert
 
1154 1900 Census district 0056, Livingston, Cullman Co., Alabama
Wood, Henry W. Head W M Apr 1853 M8yrs GA GA GA
Wood, Liney Wife W F July 1868 31 M8yrs AL AL AL
Wood, William P. son W M Jan 1881 19 S AL GA AL
Wood, Josie A. dau W F Mar 1885 15 S AL GA AL
Wood, Lulu M. dau W F May 1887 13 S AL GA AL
Calvert, James M. step-son W M Mar 1887 13 S AL AL AL
Calvert, Mary R. step-dau W F June 1888 11 S AL AL AL
Wood, Mittie W. dau W F June 1892 7 S AL GA AL (indexed as Mittie W. Calvert)
Wood, Martha J. dau W F June 1895 4 S AL GA AL (indexed as Martha J. Calvert)
Wood, Henry W. son W M Aug 1897 2 S AL GA AL (indexed as Henry W. Calvert)

Alabama, Deaths and Burials Index, 1881-1974 about Mary Peak
Name: Mary Peak
[Mary Calvert]
Birth Date: abt 1888
Death Date: 16 Sep 1970
Death Place: Cullman, Cullman, Alabama
Death Age: 82
Gender: Female
Father Name: Leroy Calvert
Mother Name: Linda Rushing
FHL Film Number: 2033360 
Mary R. Calvert
 
1155 Obit found at the obituary Archives at http://www.tngenweb.org/morgan/ :
JACKSON, ARMILDA - age 81, a resident of Oliver Springs, formerly of Coalfield, passed away Saturday,June 5, 1999. Preceded in death by her parents, Oliver Campbell and Ethel Brummett Campbell and by her husband, Clay W. Jackson. Survivors: sons, Terry Jackson and wife, Emma Dee, of Oliver Springs, Ronnie Jackson and wife, Chris, of Oliver Springs; grandchildren, Mark Jackson and wife, Joy, Rhonda Butler and husband, Chuck, Christi Simms and husband, Greg, all of Oliver Springs. Great-grandson, Clayton Levi Jackson of Oliver Springs; sister, Dorothy Jackson of Dayton, Ohio. Mrs. Jackson was born January 19, 1918 in Morgan County. Burial in the Estes Cemetery of Coalfield. [Knoxville News Sentinal]

Obituary found at Armilda's Find-a-Grave memorial page:
Oak Ridger June 7, 1999
Armilda Jackson Pleasant Grove Baptist member
Armilda Jackson, 81, of Oliver Springs, died Saturday, June 5, 1999, at Roane Medical Center of Harriman after a long illness. Mrs. Jackson was a homemaker and member of Pleasant Grove Baptist Church in Coalfield.
She was born in Morgan County on Jan. 19, 1918, the daughter of Oliver Campbell and Ethel Brummett Campbell. She had been a lifelong resident of the area. She was the widow of Clay W. Jackson. Mrs. Jackson is survived by two sons, Terry Jackson and his wife, Emma Dee, and Ronnie Jackson and his wife, Chris, all of Oliver Springs; three grandchildren, Mark Jackson and his wife, Joy, Rhonda Butler and her husband, Chuck, and Christi Simms and her husband, Greg, all of Oliver Springs; one great-grandson, Clayton Levi Jackson of Oliver Springs; and her sister, Dorothy Jackson of Dayton, Ohio.
The funeral will be at 8 tonight, June 7, in the chapel of Sharp Funeral Home in Oliver Springs with the Rev. Floyd Powell and the Rev. Mack Smith officiating. Burial and graveside services will be held at 11 a.m. Tuesday, June 8, at Estes Cemetery of Coalfield. The family will receive friends from 6 to 8 tonight at the funeral home. 
Armilda Campbell
 
1156 Obituary copied from http://boards.rootsweb.com/localities.northam.usa.states.texas.counties.milam/9303/mb.ashx

Rockdale Reporter, Thur., 26 Jan 2006

Charlie Frank Campbell, 83, died Friday, Jan. 20, 2006 at his home in Bryan. Graveside service was held 11 a.m. Monday, Jan. 23, in Milano Cemetery in Milano with Rev. Garland Moffett officiating.

Mr. Campbell, a truck driver for Cal Gas.

He was born Feb. 24, 1922 in Rock Hill, SC to J. A. and Emily Louise (Johnston) Campbell.

Mr. Campbell was a resident of Bryan since 1982 and formerly of Edenville, NC. He served in the United States Army during World War II and the Korean Conflict. He enjoyed fishing and flower gardening.

Mr. Campbell was preceded in death by his wife, Gailene Fern Campbell [who died on 13 July 1997, Brazos Co., TX]; his parents; a brother, Walter Campbell; and two sisters, Sadie Busbee and Frances Gaston.

Survivors are five sons, James Campbell of California, Charlie Campbell Jr. of Round Rock, Jay Campbell of Oklahoma, Roger Campbell of College Station and Raymond Campbell of Oklahoma; six daughters, Betty Campbell of Florida, Carolyn Campbell of Oklahoma, Charlene Wolfe and husband Louigi of Bryan, Margie Jackson and husband Larry Wayne of Bryan, Gwen Campbell of Caldwell and Emily Campbell of Black Jack; also a number of grandchildren and great grandchildren. 
Charlie Frank Campbell
 
1157 U.S., Social Security Death Index, 1935-2014
Name: Cheryl M. Campbell
Last Residence:
48895 Williamston, Ingham, Michigan, USA
BORN: 13 Dec 1956
Died: 23 Aug 2006
State (Year) SSN issued: Michigan (1973) 
Cheryl Marie Campbell
 
1158 Social Security Death Index
Name: Clare Campbell
SSN: deleted
Last Residence: 48917 Lansing, Eaton, Michigan, United States of America
Born: 24 Aug 1922
Died: Mar 1985
State (Year) SSN issued: Michigan (Before 1951) 
Clare James Campbell
 
1159 World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 at ancestry.com
Name: John Clark Campbell
County: Montague
State: Texas
Birth Date: 8 Aug 1879
Race: White
FHL Roll Number: 1983491

Texas Death Index, 1903-2000 at ancestry.com
Name: John C. Campbell
Death Date: 19 Dec 1949
Death County: Montague
Certificate: 60334 
John Clark Campbell
 
1160 Louise J. Lahmann: " Clare died in a auto accident." Kent Clare Campbell
 
1161 1930 Census Pl: Moundsville, Marshall, WV District 7
Walter Fallen 39 mar 22 WV F: WV M: WV nursery superintendent
*Ruth F. wife 33 16 WV WV WV
Wilford J son 17 WV glass fact laborer
Josephine dau 14 WV
Wanda G. dau 12 WV
Lois E. dau 9 WV
Walter J. son 7 WV
Stanley W. son 4 6/12 WV 
Ruth Vesta Noreen Campbell
 
1162 OBR: pg 75: "Sarah, a widow, was allowed pension on her application executed 18 Nov 1853, at which time she was eighty-five years old and living in Morrow County, Ohio, In 1854 she was living with her son, whose name was not given." Sarah Campbell
 
1163 Comment copied from Albert's Find-a-Grave memorial page:
Retired farmer and resident of Springfield for six years. Son of Josiah Flint and Abigail Roberts Canfield. Married Elizabeth Bewsher on Dec. 18, 1889. Survived by daughter and son, two grandsons.

1860 U. S. Census Subdivision 17, Sangamon, Illinois
Canfield, J F 53 - Josiah Flynt, father
Canfield, A B 41 - Abigail R, third wife, Abigail R Clark
Canfield, M N 18 - Margaret W, daughter with second wife, Sarah Elizabeth Jackson
Canfield, M A 13 - Mary Adelaide, daughter with third wife, Abigail R Clark
Canfield, E G 10 - Emily Gertrude, daughter with third wife, Abigail R Clark
Canfield, A O 2 - Albert O, son with third wife, Abigail Clark

1870 U. S. Census Curran, Sangamon, Illinois
Canfield, Josiah T 62 - father
Canfield, Abigail R 51 - Abigail R, third wife, Abigail R Clark
Canfield, Margaret 28 - Margaret W, daughter with second wife, Sarah Elizabeth Jackson
Canfield, Albert 12 - Albert O, son with third wife, Abigail Clark 
Albert O. Canfield
 
1164 1850 U. S. Census Maurice River, Cumberland, New Jersey
Canfield, Josiah F 42 - father
Canfield, Abigail 30 - third wife, Abigail R Clark
Canfield, Anna G 14 - daughter with first wife, Sarah Campion
Canfield, Margaret W 8 - daughter with second wife, Sarah Elizabeth Jackson
Canfield, Mary A 3 - daughter with third wife, Abigail R Clark

Illinois, Marriage Index, 1860-1920
Name: Henry D Canfield
Gender: Male
Marriage Date: 29 Apr 1856
Marriage Place: Sangamon, Illinois, USA
Spouse Name: Anna L Canfield
Spouse Gender: Female

1880 U. S. Census Springfield, Sangamon, Illinois
Canfield, Henry D 58 - spouse of Anna G (also her 1st cousin)
Canfield, Anna 44 - daughter of Josiah T Canfield and Sarah Campion
Canfield, Hellen 21 - daughter of Henry and Anna G
Canfield, Fredrick P 20 - son of Henry and Anna G
Canfield, Arthur 15 - son of Henry and Anna G
Canfield, Allice 14- daughter of Henry and Anna G
Canfield, Harry 8 - son of Henry and Anna G
Canfield, Margaret W 38 - daughter of Josiah T Canfield and Sarah Elizabeth Jackson 
Anna G. Canfield
 
1165 Her middle name taken from the research of Cindy Jackson Soria.

1860 U. S. Census Subdivision 17, Sangamon, Illinois
Canfield, J F 53 - Josiah Flynt, father
Canfield, A B 41 - Abigail R, third wife, Abigail R Clark
Canfield, M N 18 - Margaret W, daughter with second wife, Sarah Elizabeth Jackson
Canfield, M A 13 - Mary Adelaide, daughter with third wife, Abigail R Clark
Canfield, E G 10 - Emily Gertrude, daughter with third wife, Abigail R Clark
Canfield, A O 2 - Albert O, son with third wife, Abigail Clark

1870 U. S. Census Curran, Sangamon, Illinois
Canfield, Josiah T 62 - father
Canfield, Abigail R 51 - Abigail R, third wife, Abigail R Clark
Canfield, Margaret 28 - Margaret W, daughter with second wife, Sarah Elizabeth Jackson
Canfield, Albert 12 - Albert O, son with third wife, Abigail Clark 
Emily Gertrude Canfield
 
1166 Cindy Jackson Soria's research shows Henry's parents as Robert Finley Canfield and Ruth Halsey Walton.

1880 U.S. Census Springfield, Sangamon, Illinois
Canfield, Henry D 58 - spouse of Anna G (also her 1st cousin)
Canfield, Anna 44 - daughter of Josiah T Canfield and Sarah Campion
Canfield, Hellen 21 - daughter of Henry and Anna G
Canfield, Fredrick P 20 - son of Henry and Anna G
Canfield, Arthur 15 - son of Henry and Anna G
Canfield, Allice 14- daughter of Henry and Anna G
Canfield, Harry 8 - son of Henry and Anna G
Canfield, Margaret W 38 - daughter of Josiah T Canfield and Sarah Elizabeth Jackson 
Henry Dayton Canfield
 
1167 The book: Sayre Family - Lineage of Thomas Sayre, a Founder of Southamption, page 100 says Josiah died Jan 1, 1895 but A History of Thomas Canfield and of Matthew Camfield states on page 78 that he died 31 Dec 1894, just a days difference.

The following material was contributed by Dr. Anthony L. Troha:
The Reverend Josiah Flynt (or Flint) Canfield was related to both the Canfields and the Caldwells, and he was a clergyman, so some detailed pieces were written about him. Please note that the Flynt or Flint in his name is likely a surname of an ancestor, but I have not been able to ascertain from which parental lineage it stems.

Page 78 from the cited History of Thomas Canfield. . .:
"Josiah Flint Canfield 6, s. Isaac & Margaret (Caldwell) Canfield. b. 22 March 1808, in Morristown, N.J. d. 31 Dec. 1894, at Ocean City, N.J. m. 1, Sarah Campion, 31 March 1835. 1 ch. Anna G. 7 m. 2, Sarah Elizabeth Jackson, 13 April 1841. 1 ch. Margaret W. 7 m. 3, Abigail R. Clark, 3 Sept. 1845. 3 ch. Mary A. 7, Emily G.7, Albert 0. 7 He was a member of the Newark Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church, and for thirty years was a circuit rider in the southern part of New Jersey. He had a great many charges. When he became superannuated, he went to Spring Creek, near Curran, Sangamon Co., Ill., where he purchased eighty acres of land and commenced farming and the cultivation of small fruits. He introduced some of the best varieties of fruit from New Jersey, particularly strawberries. He was largely instrumental in the introduction of the Early Rose potato, paying forty-eight dollars a barrel for the seed potatoes; he sold the increase at the market price of the ordinary varieties, as it was his constant desire to aid his fellow man. His last years were spent at Ocean City. Buried at Bargaintown, N.J. Chart 8."

Finally, a memorial was written by a fellow clergyman:
Minutes of the Thirty-Eighth Session of the Newark Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church held in Bethel Methodist Episcopal Church, Tottenville, N.Y., April 3 to 9, 1895, edited by H. D. Opdyke and John F. Dodd (1895).
In the section entitled "VI. Memoirs.", there is a memorial for the Reverend Josiah Flint Canfield by John F. Dodd. For brevity, only the relevant segments are quoted.

Page 66:
"Rev. Joseph Flint Canfield, born March 22, 1808, at Morris Plains, N.J, passed to his reward on high from his home at Ocean City, N.J.. December 31, 1894, having completed nearly eighty-seven years of earthly life. He was the son of Isaac and Margaret Caldwell Canfield, being the youngest of ten children, all of whom grew to manhood and womanhood, and all of whom he outlived."

Page 67:
"Our brother was thrice married, his first wife being Sarah Campion, of Vincentown, N.J., who died in 1840, leaving one daughter, Mrs. H. D. Canfield, with whom he spent the last twenty years of his life, and at whose residence he died. His second wife was Eliza Jackson, of Rockaway, N.J., who died soon after her marriage in 1842. In 1845 he was married to Abigail Clark, of Philadelphia, who survives him, as do all his children, five in number."

1850 U. S. Census Maurice River, Cumberland, New Jersey
Canfield, Josiah F 42 - father
Canfield, Abigail 30 - third wife, Abigail R Clark
Canfield, Anna G 14 - daughter with first wife, Sarah Campion
Canfield, Margaret W 8 - daughter with second wife, Sarah Elizabeth Jackson
Canfield, Mary A 3 - daughter with third wife, Abigail R Clark

1860 U. S. Census Subdivision 17, Sangamon, Illinois
Canfield, J F 53 - Josiah Flynt, father
Canfield, A B 41 - Abigail R, third wife, Abigail R Clark
Canfield, M N 18 - Margaret W, daughter with second wife, Sarah Elizabeth Jackson
Canfield, M A 13 - Mary Adelaide, daughter with third wife, Abigail R Clark
Canfield, E G 10 - Emily Gertrude, daughter with third wife, Abigail R Clark
Canfield, A O 2 - Albert O, son with third wife, Abigail Clark

1870 U. S. Census Curran, Sangamon, Illinois
Canfield, Josiah T 62 - father
Canfield, Abigail R 51 - Abigail R, third wife, Abigail R Clark
Canfield, Margaret 28 - Margaret W, daughter with second wife, Sarah Elizabeth Jackson
Canfield, Albert 12 - Albert O, son with third wife, Abigail Clark 
Rev. Josiah Flynt Canfield
 
1168 Copied from Margaret's Find-a-Grave memorial page:
Aged 69 years. Died in Jacksonville, IL. Survived by nephew Arthur C. Canfield. Obituary stated "Miss Margaret".

The records below contributed by Cindy Jackson Soria Nov. 2015:
Margaret W Canfield-1338 daughter of Sarah Elizabeth Jackson and Rev. Josiah T Canfield
Margaret died in Jacksonville, Morgan, IL on 27 Dec 1910 and is buried at Oak Ridge Cemetery in Springfield, Sangamon, IL. Find a Grave Memorial# 24292272. Her stone reads, "The Weary Are At Rest"

Margaret appears in the following U.S. Census records:
1850 U. S. Census Maurice River, Cumberland, New Jersey
Canfield, Josiah F 42 - father
Canfield, Abigail 30 - third wife, Abigail R Clark
Canfield, Anna G 14 - daughter with first wife, Sarah Campion
Canfield, Margaret W 8 - daughter with second wife, Sarah Elizabeth Jackson
Canfield, Mary A 3 - daughter with third wife, Abigail R Clark

1860 U. S. Census Subdivision 17, Sangamon, Illinois
Canfield, J F 53 - Josiah Flynt, father
Canfield, A B 41 - Abigail R, third wife, Abigail R Clark
Canfield, M N 18 - Margaret W, daughter with second wife, Sarah Elizabeth Jackson
Canfield, M A 13 - Mary Adelaide, daughter with third wife, Abigail R Clark
Canfield, E G 10 - Emily Gertrude, daughter with third wife, Abigail R Clark
Canfield, A O 2 - Albert O, son with third wife, Abigail Clark

1870 U. S. Census Curran, Sangamon, Illinois
Canfield, Josiah T 62 - father
Canfield, Abigail R 51 - Abigail R, third wife, Abigail R Clark
Canfield, Margaret 28 - Margaret W, daughter with second wife, Sarah Elizabeth Jackson
Canfield, Albert 12 - Albert O, son with third wife, Abigail Clark

1880 U. S. Census Springfield, Sangamon, Illinois
Canfield, Henry D 58 - spouse of Anna G (also her 1st cousin)
Canfield, Anna 44 - daughter of Josiah T Canfield and Sarah Campion
Canfield, Hellen 21 - daughter of Henry and Anna G
Canfield, Fredrick P 20 - son of Henry and Anna G
Canfield, Arthur 15 - son of Henry and Anna G
Canfield, Allice 14- daughter of Henry and Anna G
Canfield, Harry 8 - son of Henry and Anna G
Canfield, Margaret W 38 - daughter of Josiah T Canfield and Sarah Elizabeth Jackson

1900 U. S. Census Springfield, Ward 4, Sangamon, Illinois
Canfield, Margaret W 57

1910 U. S. Census Jacksonville Ward 4, Morgan, Illinois
Canfield, Margaret 68 b abt 1842 NJ W F Patient S 
Margaret W. Canfield
 
1169 Obituary copied from Mary's Find-a-Grave memorial page:
Mrs. Peter Vredenburgh died at her home, South Sixth street, at 12:15 o'clock this morning after a short illness. She was 70 years old. She was taken seriously ill last Saturday night after suffering for some time from a general breakdown, according to members of the family. Mrs. Vredenburgh is the wife of Peter Vredenburgh of the Vredenburgh Lumber company. She is survived by her husband; seven children, Mrs. Abbie Vredenburgh McQuitty of Curran, Mrs. Elizabeth V. Merrick of Chicago, John S. Vredenburgh of Chicago, Peter, Jr., of Vredenburgh, Ala., Thomas D., Robert O., and Reynolds W. Vredenburgh of Springfield; eleven grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. A. M. Barry of Clinton, Ky.; and one brother, Albert O. Canfield of Curran. IL State Register, Springfield, IL 4-30-1917

1850 U. S. Census Maurice River, Cumberland, New Jersey
Canfield, Josiah F 42 - father
Canfield, Abigail 30 - third wife, Abigail R Clark
Canfield, Anna G 14 - daughter with first wife, Sarah Campion
Canfield, Margaret W 8 - daughter with second wife, Sarah Elizabeth Jackson
Canfield, Mary A 3 - daughter with third wife, Abigail R Clark

1860 U. S. Census Subdivision 17, Sangamon, Illinois
Canfield, J F 53 - Josiah Flynt, father
Canfield, A B 41 - Abigail R, third wife, Abigail R Clark
Canfield, M N 18 - Margaret W, daughter with second wife, Sarah Elizabeth Jackson
Canfield, M A 13 - Mary Adelaide, daughter with third wife, Abigail R Clark
Canfield, E G 10 - Emily Gertrude, daughter with third wife, Abigail R Clark
Canfield, A O 2 - Albert O, son with third wife, Abigail Clark 
Mary Adalaide Canfield
 
1170 1900 Census Dist 50, Cates, Gwinnett Co., Georgia
enumerated 19 June 1900 age with slash was corrected on the census sheet
Cannon, George W. head W M June 1863 37/36 M 15yrs GA GA GA
Cannon, Ida V. wife W F Oct 1867 32 M 15yrs 8ch;8lvg GA GA GA
Cannon, William C. son W M July 1887 13/12 S GA GA GA
Cannon, James A. son W M Apr 1889 12 S GA GA GA
Cannon, Charles E. son W M Apr 1890 10 S GA GA GA
Cannon, Vestie T. dau W F May 1892 8 S GA GA GA missing from the 1910
Cannon, Allice dau W F July 1895 5 S GA GA GA
Cannon, Truman D. son W M Mar 1896 4 S GA GA GA missing in 1910
Cannon, Pleman G. son W M Mar 1898 2 S GA GA GA
Cannon, Theofulus G. son W M Mar 1900 2mos S GA GA GA

1910 Census Dist 66, Rockbridge, Gwinnett Co., Georgia
The following census is extremely faint and difficult to read:
Cannon, George W. head M W 46 M1 24yrs GA GA GA
Cannon, Ida D. wife F W 42 M1 24yrs 11ch; 11 lvg GA GA GA
Cannon, James A. son M W 22 S GA GA GA
Cannon, Alice dau F W 15 S GA GA GA
Cannon, Pleman G. son M W 12 S GA GA GA
Cannon, ileg son M W 10 S GA GA GA (this has to be Theopulus)
Cannon, Ethel T. dau F W 5 S GA GA GA
Cannon, Obera dau F W 4 S GA GA GA

1920 Census Dist 80, Bay Creek, Gwinnett Co., Georgia
Cannon, George W. head M W 55 M GA GA GA
Cannon, Ida L. wife F W 52 M GA GA GA
Cannon, Olin son M W 17 S GA GA GA (also missing from the 1910)
Cannon, Mary E. dau F W 15 S GA GA GA
Cannon, Obera dau F W 13 S GA GA GA 
George W. Cannon
 
1171 1900 Census Dist 89, Pleasant Porter Co., Indiana
Cannon, George W. head W M Aug 1854 45 M 17yrs IN OH KY Carpenter
Cannon, Susan wife W F Sep 1858 41 M 17yrs 4ch/3lvg IN NY OH
Cannon, Glen son W M Oct 1884 16 S IN IN IN
Cannon, Hazen son W M Sep 1888 12 S IN IN IN
Cannon, Carl son W M Apr 1890 10 S IN IN IN 
George W. Cannon
 
1172 1900 Census Dist 89, Pleasant Porter Co., Indiana
Cannon, George W. head W M Aug 1854 45 M 17yrs IN OH KY Carpenter
Cannon, Susan wife W F Sep 1858 41 M 17yrs 4ch/3lvg IN NY OH
Cannon, Glen son W M Oct 1884 16 S IN IN IN
*Cannon, Hazen son W M Sep 1888 12 S IN IN IN
Cannon, Carl son W M Apr 1890 10 S IN IN IN

U.S. World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942
Name: Hazen Cannon
Birth Date: 1 Sep 1887
RESIDENCE: Porter, Indiana
Birth: Kouts, Indiana
Race: White
Roll: WW2_2240474

On Hazen's WWI Draft Registration, the typed card signed June 5, 1918, says he is 21 yrs old and born 1 Sep 1897! It also gives his birthplace as Kouts, Indiana.

1930 Census Dist 15, Kouts, Porter Co., Indiana
Cannon, Hazen head M W 42 M at28 IN IN IN
Cannon, Ella S. wife F W 40 M at24 IN IN IN
Cannon, Margaret dau F W 13 S IN IN IN
Cannon, Mamie dau F W 10 S IN IN IN
Cannon, Bryce son M W 9 S IN IN IN
Cannon, Junior son M W 6 S IN IN IN
Cannon, Bonnie dau F W 4 S IN IN IN
Cannon, Carol dau F W 1 S IN IN IN

?? next person seems to be a separate hh but is marked 'dau' so whose dau?
Ford, Lauretta R. dau F W 20 M at14 IL USA USA She is indexed by ancestry as part of Hazen's hh
next family is Marcus and Annie, Ella's parents.

Social Security Death Index
Name: Hazen Cannon
SSN: 339-01-1969
Last Residence: Indiana
Born: 1 Sep 1887
Died: Oct 1962
State (Year) SSN issued: Illinois (Before 1951) 
Hazen Cannon
 
1173 Olen was also not with his parents in 1910 but shows up as a 17 year old son on the 1920 census. Olen Cannon
 
1174 In the 1910 census Truman is elsewhere, not with his parents, but not deceased as he is counted among the living children. Truman D. Cannon
 
1175 Vestie may have been married or elsewhere in 1910 as she was not with her parents in the 1910 census. Vestie Cannon
 
1176 His mother had died in 1928 and the 16 month old Hubert was recorded in the 1930 Morgan County Census in the household of his grandparents, Samuel H and Elisa Jackson.
1930 Census District 1, Morgan Co., TN
Jackson, Samuel H. head M W 52 M 23 TN TN TN
Jackson, Elisa wife F W 53 M 24 TN TN TN
Jackson, Vina dau F W 14 S TN TN TN
Cantrell, Hubert R. gr-son M W 1 4/12 S TN TN TN 
Hubert Randolph Cantrell
 
1177 Peoria Journal Star, The (IL) - October 20, 2004
CANTON - Alexander G. "Duke" Cardosi, 83, of 1104 W. Hickory in Canton, died 10:05 a.m. Monday, Oct. 18, 2004, at Clayberg Nursing Home in Cuba.

Born May 28, 1921, in Canton to Donald and Hattie Hamann Cardosi, he married Lulu K. Jackson on Oct. 17, 1948, in Canton. She died Feb. 18, 2004.

He also was preceded in death by four brothers.
He was a Navy veteran and member of the American Legion Post 16 in Canton.
He worked for International Harvester Co. in Canton, retiring after 33 years.

Services will be at 2 p.m. Saturday at Murphy-Sedgwick Memorial Home in Canton, where visitation will be one hour before. Cremation will be accorded. The Rev. Rick Atchley will officiate. Burial will be in White Chapel Memory Gardens in Canton. 
Alexander 'Duke' Cardosi
 
1178 !Source: Neptune Family Association, records of child #2, Dorothy Jean Carlin. Eugene V. Carlin
 
1179 1900 Census Dist 61, Carthage Ward 4, Jasper Co., Missouri
Jackson, Chas. Ellis head W M Aug 1846 53 M 27yrs NJ NJ NJ carpenter/contractor
Jackson, Mary M. wife W F Nov 1841 58 M 27yrs 3ch/3lvg NJ NJ NJ
Jackson, Silas H. son W M Sept 1879 20 S KS NJ NJ carpenter
On the same census page is Charles' and Mary's daughter Nellie B and her new husband Franklin L. Moore.

Mary's birth year is a bit uncertain. In the 1900 census her birth date is said to be Nov 1841. On her d/c the record says Nov 21, 1840. I'm assuming that IF she gave the info in 1900, it may be more reliable than the informant's info in 1926. Either date is subject to someone's memory.

1910 Census 0073, Carthage Ward 4, Jasper Co., Missouri

1910 Census 0073, Carthage Ward 4, Jasper Co., Missouri
Jackson, Mary M. Head F W 69 Wd 3ch/3 lvg NJ NJ NJ no occup
Jackson, Silas H. son M W 30 S KS NJ NJ Building Contractor

1920 ??

By 1917 when her son Silas signed his WWI Draft Registration, Mary was living with him in San Diego, San Diego County, California. I think I found her on the 1920 census as a boarder in Los Angeles, CA, but cannot prove this is the right Mary Jackson. She died back in Carthage, Jasper Co., Missouri in 1926 per her Missouri death certificate. Her daughter, Nellie, Mrs. Frank Moore was the informant. She was buried in Park Cemetery, though as of Jun 2010 it does not show on the find-a-grave site. 
Mary M. Carlisle
 
1180 Obituary: Martha "Pinkie" Langford Lloyd

Monday, 27 February 1933 - Monday, 09 June 2014

Martha “Pinkie” Langford Lloyd age 81, died Monday, June 9, 2014 at her residence in Greenville, Florida. Born in Cross City, Florida on February 27, 1933 to the late Marvin Henry Carlton and Mattie Futch, she moved to Perry at the age of 2. Mrs. Pinkie was well known as Co-Owner/Operator of Langford’s Playground (Skating Rink) with her former husband, the late Luther Langford in Perry for 30 years. Mrs. Pinkie spent the past 17 years in Greenville.

She worked with many organizations and served in many capacities. For over 30 years she was a member of the Board of Trustees for Pisgah Cemetery. During her 60+ years with Woodman of the World Lodge 460, she served first as Secretary, then as Treasurer, Vice-President and as President. Her service with this organization expanded as she served on the North Florida Youth Camp Board of Directors for 25 years. Mrs. Pinkie received numerous awards such as A Women of Woodcraft award in 1982, the Good Neighbor Award in 1986, a certificate of appreciation of faithful service in 1980 and again in 1981, recognition of outstanding dedication and leadership from 1979 – 1991. She was a worker for over 20 years with the USDA Second Harvest Food Distribution, delivering surplus government food to the elderly and needy. In 1984 at the age of 51 she acquired her GED. She was a Charter Member of Westside Baptist Church in Perry and most recently became a member of the Renewed Life Outreach Center in Greenville, FL.

She is survived by her husband, Edward Lloyd of Greenville; one son: Sam Langford of Stone Mountain, Georgia; two step-sons Johnny Lloyd of Pinetta, FL and Eddie Lloyd of Greenville. One Daughter Karen Trickler of Covington, Georgia; one brother Perry Alton “Slick” Carlton of Perry; three sisters: Mary Elizabeth Gavilan of Jacksonville Florida, Lee Young of Perry and April Davis of Crawfordville; two Grandchildren and a host of nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her parents; two brothers: Hoyt Carlton and Bill Carltonabt 1997

Funeral Services will be held at 10:00 a.m. on Friday, June 13, 2014 at Beggs Perry Chapel with burial at Pisgah Cemetery. The family will receive friends Thursday from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Beggs Funeral Home Perry Chapel is in charge of rrangements. 
Martha 'Pinkie' Carlton
 
1181 Marvin Hoyt Carlton, 84, died September 25, 2013 in Tallahassee, FL. He died as a result of complications following prior mini-strokes. He was born on March 21, 1929 in Dixie County, but spent the vast majority of his life in Taylor County. He was from pioneer Florida families, and was the son of Marvin Hendry Carlton and Mattie Futch Carlton.

Hoyt was educated in the small community schools that dotted Taylor County. He was drafted into the Army in 1950, and served our country on the battlefront in Korea. Hoyt helped build the new paper mill in Foley, then was one of their first new hires. He retired from Buckeye in 1985, and afterward farmed and ran a backyard sawmill until no longer able.

Hoyt has raised cows for 50 years, first on the open range depending on brands and ear markings to identify his cows. He grew vegetables for his family, gave a lot away, and sold some to the community. He was an avid outdoorsman, and enjoyed hunting and fishing. He had a mullet boat and net before that was illegal. And he hunted gators in the 1960s before that was banned. Hoyt had a great sense of humor and was fun to be around.

Hoyt is a member of the Baptist church, with his last membership being at Lakeside Baptist Church. He was baptized by Rev. James Howell at Burton Baptist Church. He has served in many capacities in the church, but a great love was singing. He had a strong bass voice, and was a faithful member of the choir.

He married Elsie Mae Day on October 7, 1950 and was preceded in death by her in 1991. Born to them, and surviving are son, David Carlton, Perry, and daughters, Mona Kimble, Tryon, NC, and Laura Brannen of Perry. He is preceded in death by a brother, Bill Carlton, and is survived by a brother, Alton "Slick" Carlton, Perry, and sisters, Pinkie Langford Lloyd, Greenville, Lee Young, Perry, and Elizabeth Gavilan, Jacksonville. He has 8 grandchildren, and 14 great grandchildren, and many nieces and nephews.

Funeral services will be Saturday, September 28 at 2pm at the chapel of Burns Funeral Home in Perry, with internment following at Pisgah Cemetery. Family visitation will be on Friday, September, 27 at Burns Funeral Home from 6-8 pm. 
Marvin 'Hoyt' Carlton
 
1182 Florida Death Index, 1877-1998 about Marvin Hendry Carlton
Name: Marvin Hendry Carlton
Death Date: 5 Mar 1974
County of Death: Alachua
State of Death: Florida
Age at Death: 75
Race: White
Birth Date: 18 Nov 1898 
Marvin Hendry Carlton
 
1183 Migrated to New Brunswick, Canada in 1783. Richard Carman
 
1184 1880 Census Dist 71, Elmira, Chemung Co., New York
Jackson, D. L. W M 30 married tinman NJ NJ NJ
Jackson, Rebecca W F 21 wife married keeping house PA PA PA
Jackson, Guy W M 8/12 Oct son - NY PA NJ
Jackson, Clarissa W F 57 mother - boarder NJ NJ NJ
Jackson, Louis W F 11 sister boarder NJ NJ NJ

1880 Census Dist 72, Elmira, Chemung Co., New York
Jackson, George W. W M 36 clerk in hardware store NJ NJ NJ
Jackson, Luani W F 34 wife keeping house PA NJ NJ
Jackson, Clarisa W F 57 mother Wd seamstress NJ NJ NJ
Jackson, Minnie E. W F 10 dau attending school PA NJ PA
Jackson, Pheby C. W F 7 dau attending school NY NY NY
Jackson, Mary A. W F 23 sister house keeping NJ NJ PA

It looks like Clarisa was enumerated twice! 
Clarissa Carmichael
 
1185 1910 Census Dist 87, JP 2, Lamar, Texas
Carpenter, Fannie Head F W 48 Wd 4ch/ 3lvg TN TN TN
Carpenter, Cute son M W 13 S TX Missouri Tennessee
Fulfer, James son M W 22 S TX TN TN age may be wrong index as Kilfer 22
Fulfer, Ethel dau F W 29 S TX TN TN age may be wrong indexed as Kilfer 22
McKinghr Brannon?? boarder M W 25 S Mississippi Miss Miss indexed as Bunson McKnight

World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918
Name: Cute Ethelbert Carpenter
City: near Ben Franklin County: Lamar State: Texas
Birthplace: Texas;United States of America
Birth Date: 26 Dec 1896
Roll: 1983378
(He indicated he did not know the city where his father was born but thought the state was MO.
Age: 21
signature: Cute EthelBirt Carpenter 5 June 1918

I, Janie, am surmising his middle name was 'made up' at registration for the draft as a middle name was required. I haven't seen even a middle initial for him and though his name was typed at the top of the registration card, he didn't even spell it the same when he signed; he signed Cute Ethel Birt Jackson. LATER: I've seen the photo of his tombstone which has 'C. E. Carpenter'. 
Cute Ethelbert Carpenter
 
1186 Elizabeth's age is hard to pin down: in 1850 census she was 24, in 1860 she was 30 and in 1870 she was 42. This webmaster will use about 1828 as an average. Elizabeth Carpenter
 
1187 Hettie was born around the Spencer area and lived there until she moved to Akron to work sometime in the late 1920s. She and her husband were married in Akron and lived there until after the birth of their first child. When William Otha got laid off amid the depression about 1930, they moved back to his home place in Calhoun County, WV. They moved to Parkersburg to work around 1942 when wartime demand opened up a lot of jobs there. They lived in Parkersburg until 1988 when they both moved to Florida to live with their son and his wife. Hettie died in Orlando, FL and was taken back to Grantsville, WV for burial. Hettie Beatrice Carpenter
 
1188 blacksmith,wheelwright
1880 US census New York, Queens, New York 
James Carpenter
 
1189 376 Sarah Carpenter
 
1190 1910 Census Dist 0033, Grant Dist, Harrison Co., West Virginia
Carper, Abraham Head M W 63 M1 for 31yrs WV WV WV Famer - cattle dealer
Carper, Ella B. Wife M W 54 M1 for31yrs 2ch/2 lvg WV WV WV
Smith, Gerald N. son-in-law M W 37 M1 for6yrs WV WV WV Lumber dealer
Smith, Ida M. dau F W 28 M1for6yrs 2ch/2 lvg WV WV WV
Smith, Ella G. gr-dau F W 5 S WV WV WV
Smith, Abraham C. gr-son M W 1 5/12 S WV WV WV 
Abraham 'Abram' Carper
 
1191 West Virginia, Deaths Index, 1853-1973 about Adam Carper
Name: Adam Carper
Birth Date: 12 Sep 1866
Birth Place: Upshur Co
Death Date: 1 Jun 1935
Death Place: Buckhannon, Upshur, West Virginia
Burial Date: 2 Jun 1935
Cemetery Name: Heavner
Death Age: 68 years 9 months 12 days
Occupation: Farmer
Race: White
Marital Status: Single
Gender: Male
Father Name: Wm. C. Carper
Father Birth Place: Upshur Co.
Mother Name: Martha Basell
Mother Birth Place: Harrison Co
FHL Film Number: 816156 
Adam Carper
 
1192 West Virginia, Deaths Index, 1853-1973 about Alvin B. Carper
Name: Alvin B. Carper
Birth Date: 16 Aug 1868
Birth Place: Upshur Co
Death Date: 24 Mar 1957
Death Place: Buckhannon, Upshur Co., West Virginia
Burial Date: 26 Mar 1957
Cemetery Name: Heavner
Death Age: 88 years 7 months 8 days
Occupation: Stock Farms
Race: White
Marital Status: Single
Gender: Male
Father Name: William Currence Carper
Mother Name: Martha Bassel
FHL Film Number: 816156 
Alvin B. Carper
 
1193 She appears in the 1900 Census with her parents.

1910 Census Dist 0033, Grant Dist, Harrison Co., West Virginia
Carper, Abraham Head M W 63 M1 for 31yrs WV WV WV Famer - cattle dealer
Carper, Ella B. Wife M W 54 M1 for31yrs 2ch/2 lvg WV WV WV
Smith, Gerald N. son-in-law M W 37 M1 for6yrs WV WV WV Lumber dealer
Smith, Ida M. dau F W 28 M1for6yrs 2ch/2 lvg WV WV WV
Smith, Ella G. gr-dau F W 5 S WV WV WV
Smith, Abraham C. gr-son M W 1 5/12 S WV WV WV 
Ida Marie Carper
 
1194 West Virginia, Deaths Index, 1853-1973 about Minter Jackson Carper
Name: Minter Jackson Carper
Birth Date: 13 May 1895
Birth Place: Buckhannon, West Virginia
Death Date: 27 Apr 1965
Death Place: Wheeling, Ohio, West Virginia
Burial Date: 29 Apr 1965
Burial Place: Wheeling, West Virginia
Cemetery Name: Greenwood
Death Age: 69 years 9 months 14 days
Occupation: Dentist
Race: White
Marital Status: Married
Gender: Male
Residence: Wheeling, Ohio, West Virginia
Father Name: William Carper
Mother Name: Ella Jackson
Comments: Dr.-SSN f235-62-4646
FHL Film Number: 857657 
Dr. Minter Jackson Carper
 
1195 Quote from the Jackson Ledger:
"'Married Ella Jackson, a great-great-granddaughter of John Jackson who came from New Jersey.' This statement in Hon. William C. Carper's handwrite helps to establish the fact that S. A. (Stephen Alonzo) Jackson is right in the connection." 
William Bassel Carper
 
1196 1900 Census Dist 144, Buckhannon, Upshur Co., West Virginia
Carper W. C. head W M Oct 1824 75 M 37yrs WV WV WV
Carper, Martha ? wife W F Feb 1823 67 WV WV WV (birth year should read 1833 per age)
Carper, Adam son W M Sep 1866 33 S WV WV WV
Carper, Alvin B. son W M Aug 1869 30 S WV WV WV

1910 Census Dist 146, Buckhannon Ward 4, Upshur Co., West Virginia
Carper, William C. head M W 83 M 46yrs WV WV WV
Carper, Martha B. wife F W 77 M 46yrs WV CT OH
Carper, Adam son M W 43 S WV WV WV
Carper, Alvin B. son M W 41 S WV WV WV 
Hon. William Currence Carper
 
1197 1860 Census Charles, Floyd Co., Iowa
Ziba E. Jackson 28 M Blacksmith OH
Matilda Jackson 27 F NY
Earl A. Jackson 2 M Iowa 
Matilda Carr
 
1198 http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=1920usfedcen&h=109386347&ti=0&indiv=try
1920 Census Dist 50, Justice Precinct 3, Delta Co., Texas
Carrell, Isaac head M W 63 M MS SC SC
Carrell, Mary wife F W 60 M TX TN TN
Carrell, Isaac O. Jr. son M W 26 M TX MS TX (the Jr. is an error)
Carrell, May dau-in-law F W 21 M TX MO TX
Marsh, William son-in-law M W 26 M TX TN TN
Marsh, Delia dau F W 20 M TX MS TX 
Delia E. Carrell
 
1199 Social Security Death Index
Name: Douglas Carrell
SSN: 457-18-6326
Born: 8 Feb 1921
Last Benefit: 77547 Galena Park, Harris, Texas, United States of America
Died: Mar 1982
State (Year) SSN issued: Texas (Before 1951 
Douglas Carrell
 
1200 Bob Mitchell found record of Isaac as Isaac H. Carroll.

http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=1920usfedcen&h=109386347&ti=0&indiv=try
1920 Census Dist 50, Justice Precinct 3, Delta Co., Texas
Carrell, Isaac head M W 63 M MS SC SC
Carrell, Mary wife F W 60 M TX TN TN
*Carrell, Isaac O. Jr. son M W 26 M TX MS TX (the Jr. is an error)
Carrell, May dau-in-law F W 21 M TX MO TX
Marsh, William son-in-law M W 26 M TX TN TN
Marsh, Delia dau F W 20 M TX MS TX

1930 Dist 7, Precinct 3, Delta Co., Texas
Carrell, Isaac O. head M W 36 M@26 TX MS TX
Carrell, May wife F W 32 M@22 TX TX TX Mous
Carrell, Duglis son M W 9 S TX TX TX TX
Carrell, Elcie M. dau F W 7 S TX TX TX TX

Social Security Death Index
Name: Isaac Carrell
SSN: 457-03-2544
Last Residence: 75432 Cooper, Delta, Texas, United States of America
Born: 7 Dec 1893
Died: Jul 1974
State (Year) SSN issued: Texas (Before 1951 )

Texas Death Index, 1903-2000
Name: Isaac Carrell
Death Date: 10 Jul 1974
Death County: Tarrant
Gender: Male
Marital Status: Widowed 
Isaac Owen Carrell
 
1201 1910 Census Dist 44, Justice Precinct 3, Delta Co., Texas
Carrell, Isaac H. head M W 57 m1 34 9ch;6lvg MS MS MS
Carrell, Mary wife F W 55 m1 34 9ch;6lvg TX unkn unkn
*Carrell, Jas. R. son M W 18 S TX MS TX
Carrell, Isaac O. son M W 16 S TX MS TX
Carrell, Belle dau F W 12 S TX MS TX
Carrell, Delia dau F W 11 S TX MS TX
Rasberry, Willie gr-son M W 12 S TX TX TX
Rasberry, Emma gr-dau F W 11 S TX TX TX
Rasberry, Johnny gr-son M W 7 S TX TX TX 
James R. Carrell
 
1202 From Carol Ann Morris, Carrell researcher: "Mattie was married to Monroe White by 1910 with the two (Morris) children. In 1920 the two children are listed as Effie White and Willie White and she had another daughter, Ruby b 1913."

1910 Dist 44, Justice Precinct 3, Delta Co., Texas
White, Monroe head M W 38 M1 m2yrs TX MS MS
White, Mattie wife F W 24 Mtwice m2yrs TX MS TX
Morris, Effie May step-dau F W 5 S TX AR TX
Morris, Leroy step-son M W 3 S TX AR TX
(Monroe and Mattie are living next hh to a James & Mollie White. Jas is 39 yrs old and the right age and could be a brother to Monroe.)

1920 Census Dist 50, Justice Precinct 3, Delta Co., Texas
White, Monroe head M W 48 M TX USA USA
White, Mattie wife F W 33 M TX MS TX
White, Effie dau F W 15 S TX TX TX
White, Willie son M W 13 S TX TX TX
White, Ruby dau F W 7 S TX TX TX

1930 Dist 28, Precinct 5, Fannin Co, Texas
Morris, Leroy head M W 24 S TX US TX
White, Mattie mother F W 43 Wd m@17 TX MS TX
White, Ruby sister F W 17 S TX US TX 
Martha M. 'Mattie' Carrell
 
1203 1910 Census Dist 44, JP3, Delta Co., Texas
Carrell, Alderson T. head M W 24 M1 3yrs TX Unkn Unkn
Carrell, Annie wife F W 20 M1 3yrs 2ch;2lvg AL AL AL
Carrell, Rosa Lee dau F W 3 S TX TX AL
Carrell, Mary ?. dau F W 9/12 S TX TX AL
Benthul, Dave A. uncle M W 58 wd Unkn Unkn Unkn

1920 Census Dist 50, JP3, Delta, Texas
Correll, Aldrison head M W 34 M TX MS TX mis-indexed
Correll, Annie wife F W 30 M AL AL AL
Correll, Rosa Lee dau F W 12 S TX TX AL
Correll, Mary dau F W 10 S TX TX TX AL
Correll, Ernest son M W 6 S TX TX AL
Correll, Homer son M W 1 7/12 S TX TX AL
Bridge, Harvey uncle M W 53 S AL AL AL (looks like Bridges to me and some else has already notified ancestry of a correction to Henry Bridges)

Social Security Death Index
Name: Thomas Carrell
SSN: 458-20-6748
Last Residence: 75415 Ben Franklin, Delta, Texas, United States of America
Born: 21 Aug 1885
Died: May 1968
State (Year) SSN issued: Texas (Before 1951 ) 
Thomas Alderson Carrell
 
1204 ALT spelling of last name from Barbara Crumpton:
8 Apr 1885 I. H. /ux M(ary) E. Carrell to John W. Jackson
Their % in David Jackson estate Delta, TX DB J/10

1880 Census Dist 20, Precinct 3, Delta Co., Texas
Carroll, Isaac H. W M 23 Married farmer MS SC SC
Carroll, Mary E. W F 22 wife married keeping house TX TN TN
Carroll, Sarah C. W F 5/12 Dec dau Single TX MS TX

1900 Census Dist 36 Justice Precinct 3, Delta Co., Texas
enumerated 6 Jun 1900
Carroll, I. H. head W M July 1856 43 M22yrs MS SC SC
Carroll, Mary E. wife W F Jan 1860 40 M22yrs 10ch:7lvg TX TN TN
Carroll, Thos. A. son W M Aug 1885 14 S TX MS TX
Carroll, Marthy M. dau W F Jan 1887 13 S TX MS TX
Carroll, James R. son W M month illegible 8 S TX MS TX
Carroll, Isaac O. son W M Dec 1893 6 S TX MS TX
Carroll, Mary B. dau W F Aug 1897 2 S TX MS TX
Carroll, Delia E. dau W F Nov 1900 6/12 S TX MS TX
Delia's birth year is smudged but looks like 1900; since that's not physically possible, it probably should be Nov 1899 which would make her abt 6 months by enumeration time.

1910 Census Dist 44, Justice Precinct 3, Delta Co., Texas
Carrell, Isaac H. head M W 57 m1 34 MS MS MS
Carrell, Mary wife F W 55 m1 34 9ch;6lvg TX unkn unkn
Carrell, Jas. R. son M W 18 S TX MS TX
Carrell, Isaac O. son M W 16 S TX MS TX
Carrell, Belle dau F W 12 S TX MS TX
Carrell, Delia dau F W 11 S TX MS TX
Rasberry, Willie gr-son M W 12 S TX TX TX
Rasberry, Emma gr-dau F W 11 S TX TX TX
Rasberry, Johnny gr-son M W 7 S TX TX TX

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1920 Census Dist 50, Justice Precinct 3, Delta Co., Texas
Carrell, Isaac head M W 63 M MS SC SC
Carrell, Mary wife F W 60 M TX TN TN
Carrell, Isaac O. Jr. son M W 26 M TX MS TX (the Jr. is an error)
Carrell, May dau-in-law F W 21 M TX MO TX
Marsh, William son-in-law M W 26 M TX TN TN
Marsh, Delia dau F W 20 M TX MS TX