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24601 Unless Emma was married before she married Aaron Bishop Chadwick,itapp ears that she never had any descendants. She married Aaronin1905, whi ch would have made her about 41 when she married Aaron.FIELD NAME Page VALUE June 12, 2007 _INFO P FIELD NAME Page VALUEAugust 15, 2007 _INFO P FIELD NAME Page VALUE Year: 1880; CensusPlace: Plummers Mill, Fleming, Kentucky; Roll: T 9_413; Family HistoryFi _INFO P FIELD NAME Page VALUE June 12, 2007 _INFO P FIELD NAME PageVALUE Certificate #21742 _INFO P FIELD NAME Page VALUE Certificate#21742 _INFO P FIELD NAME Page VALUE Certificate #21742 _INFO P
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Likes, Nancy Emma (I12138)
 
24602 US WWII Army Enlistment = Name: Edward F Harman Birth Year: 1922Race:W hite, citizen (White) Nativity State or Country: IndianaState:Indiana C ounty or City: Grant Enlistment Date: 7 Nov 1942EnlistmentState: India na Enlistment City: Indianapolis Branch: BranchImmaterial- Warrant Off icers, USA Branch Code: Branch Immaterial -Warrant Officers, USA Grade : Private Grade Code: Private Term ofEnlistment:Enlistment for the dur ation of the War or other emergency,plus six months, subject to the di scretion of the President orotherwise according to law Component: Sele ctees (Enlisted Men)Source: CivilLife Education: 4 years of high schoo l Civil Occupation:Master Machinic, Marine or Tool Maker* An asterisk ( *) appearingafter a job title indicates that a trade test for the part icularoccupationwill be found in the United States Employment Service Manual, Oral TradeTest. Marital Status: Single, without dependentsHeigh t: 67 Weight:141
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Harmon, Edward F (I6331)
 
24603 VCPL - Marriage Record, Image = Beulah Rhoden born Indiana February15 1911; resides 806 n 13th St. City; a Minister; father- Hubert Rhoden, bp IN, a Truck Driver; mother- Maude Tritt, bp IN; both resides inTerre Haute; YES to first marriage; signs Rev. Beulah J Rhoden; Tessie Arnett acknowledges facts Lindley Arnett born North Dakota March 18 1911; a Farmer; resides Fairmount, IN; father- Jess Arnett, bp IN, a Farmer; mother- Tessie Griffin, bp IN; both residesin Fairmount IN; YES to first marriage;signs J. Lindley Arnett;Tessie Arnett acknowledges facts License acquired March 29 1930;certified by Area Montgomery, Ministera s husband and wife on March 29 1930
 
Rhoden, Beulah Juanita (I10397)
 
24604 VCPL Marriage Record, image = James Kenneth Rhoden born SandfordINAugu st 25 1914; resides Sandford; Brakeman; father- Tracy O Rhoden,bpIL, a L aborer; mother- Ina Stewart, bp IL; both resides SandfordIN;YES to fir st marriage; signs James K Rhoden; DorthadineWrightacknowledges facts Dorthadine Wright born Vermillion ILSeptember 8 1922; residesVermillio n IL; father- Charles L Wright, bpVermillion IL, a Farmer;mother- Efie S isson, bp Grandview IL; bothresides Vermillion IL; YESto first marriag e; signs Dorthadine Wright;James K Rhodenacknowledges facts License acquired August 14 1944;certified by minister Rev E T McCurrya s husband and wife on August 151944 VCPL Obituary Index = RHODEN JAMES K. 82 97/03/06 02 TRIB Oneobit - Thursday, March 6 1997 reads: Paris, IL - James KennethRhoden,82, of Paris died at 5am Wednesday, March 5 1997, in hisresidence. H e was born August 25, 1914 in Sandford, IN to Tracy OttoRhoden andIna S tewart Rhoden. Survivors include his wife,Dorathadine WrightRhoden; o ne son, Maurice Rhoden; two daughter,Marilyn Heaton andJeanette Kendal l; one sister, Kathryn Lybarger; andfivegrandchildren. Services are 2 p m CST Saturday in Sutton andSonFuneral Home. Burial is in Vermillion C emetery. Visitation is 4to 8pm Friday.
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Rhoden, Kenneth James (I78)
 
24605 VCPL Marriage Record, image = Kathryn Virginia Rhoden born SandfordINM ay 10 1919; resides Sandford; father- Tracy Rhoden, bp IN,anElectricia n; mother- Ina Mae Stewart, bp IL; both residesSandford;signs Kathryn V R hoden; Charles W Lybarger acknowledgesfacts Charles Wesley Lybarger born Brazil IN March 9 1914; resides1805 N27th S t; Gas Station Manager; father- William Lybarger bp IL,aMechanic, resi des Terre Haute; mother- Maude Cagle, bp BrazilIN,deceased; NO to firs t marriage; dissolved by death in 1937;signsCharles W Lybarger; Kathry n V Rhoden acknowledges facts Licenseacquired March 28 1939; certified by Rev S T Hart as husbandand w ifeon March 28 1939 Obit online - Terre Haute Tribune = Charles WesleyLybarger Charles Wesley Lybarger, 91, of Terre Haute died Sunday, Aug.28,2005, i n Union Hospital. He worked for the Cardinal OutdoorAdvertising Co., and also in themen' s department at the formerSchultz & Co. Department Store in TerreHaute f or more than 20 years.He was born March 9, 1914, in Brazil to William E. Lybarger andMaudeCa gle Lybarger. His wife of 66 years, Kathryn "Katie" RhodenLybarger,who m he married March 28, 1939, died May 29, 2005. Survivorsinclude two daughters, Barbara M. Wood and her husbandMelvin o fWashington, Ind., and Marlene Hopton and her husband Bill ofTerre Haute; five grandchildren, Brenda M. Allen of Ferdinand, andMelinda L.Mid dleton, Brian Hopton and Stacey Hopton, all of TerreHaute, andKevin L. W ood of Loogootee; 10 great-grandchildren, NathanW. Allen,Tyler L. Alle n, Abby N. Middleton, Kiersten J. Wood, BrandonP.Middleton, KaitlynM. W ood, Adrian M. Hatcher, Devon M. Hatcher,B.J.Hopton and Jacob Hopton; o ne brother, Richard Lybarger and hiswifeAnn of Montgomery, Texas; and s everal nieces and nephews. He also waspreceded in death by his parents; one son, Charles EdwardLy barger;one brother, Herschel Lybarger; and two sisters, EmmaRudisel an dHelen Bell. He was a member of Memorial United MethodistChurch, a life member of Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 972, a lifemember ofAmerica n Legion Post 104, a life member of Zorah Shrine anda lifemember of th e 40 & 8. He also was a member of MSA Scottish RiteValleyof Terre Haut e, the Grotto, the German Oberlandlers Club, theShrineHilltoppers, Euc lid Lodge 573 Free & Accepted Masons andAssociateGuardian Jobs Daughte rs Bethel 79. Services are 11 a.m. Friday inMemorial United Methodist Church, withth e Rev. Cyndi Alteofficiating. Burial will follow in RoselawnMemorial P ark, withgraveside military rites by VFW Post 972.Visitation is 4 to 8 p .m.Thursday in Roselawn Funeral Home.
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Lybarger, Charles Wesley (I2451)
 
24606 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I66)
 
24607 VCPL Obituary Index = RHODEN HUBERT ALLAN 68 49/06/07 02 TRIB Oneobit - Tuesday, June 7 1949 reads: Hubert Allan Rhoden, 68 years old, died at 10:45 o'clock Monday morning at the residence, RR 2 WestTe rre Haute. He is survived by the widow, Maude Tritt; twodaughters, th e Rev. Beulah Arnett of Wabash, and Mrs. Doyne Mincer ofRR 1 West Terr e Haute; a sister, Mrs. Mattie Shuman of Paris IL; fourbrothers, Edwar d Rhoden of Paris, Tracey Rhoden of Sandford, MontRhoden of RR 2 West T erre Haute and Omer Rhoden of West Terre Haute;and four grandchildren. T he body was taken to the Bedino-BlackChapel of theValley, West Terre H aute, and at 9 o'clock this morningwas removed to the residence. Serv ices will be held at 11 o'clockThursday morning at the funeral home, t he Rev. Murray Bootheofficiating. Burial will be in Bethesda Cemetery. T he body will bereturned to the chapel at 9 o'clock Thursday morning
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Rhoden, Hubert (I12895)
 
24608 VCPL Obituary Index = RHODEN MAUDE T. MRS 72 65/08/27 02 TRIB Twoobits - Friday, August 27 1965 and Saturday, August 28 1965 -both read about the same = Mrs. Maude T Rhoden, 72, RR 2 West TerreHaute,die d Friday at 2am in St. Anthony?us Hospital. She was a memberofthe San dford Pilgrim Holiness Church. Surviving are twodaughters,Mrs. Beulah A rnett of Tacoma, WA and Mrs. Doyne Watkins ofNewark,Del; one sister, M rs. Vernice Rhoden of RR 2 West Terre Haute;fourgrandchildren, an thre e great-grandchildren. Services will be at1:30 pm Monday at the Bedino Peace Chapel with theR ev. Hubert DoyleBrown officiating. Burial will be in Bethesda Cemeter . Friends maycall after 6pm Saturday
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Tritt, Maude (I71)
 
24609 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I17437)
 
24610 Walter was living in Virginia when he registered for the WWI draft.
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Hopkins, Walter W (I2552)
 
24611 Was married to a guy with the last name of Booth before she marriedLea nder
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Johnson, Mary Jane (I3115)
 
24612 Was still living when father signed his will December 20, 1759.
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Shaw, Elizabeth (I17114)
 
24613 Was supposedly Lt. in the British Army, possibly under Gen.Burgoyne.Fo ught at Battle of Saratoga ( Oct 1777), captured and waspardoned to Virginia where he became a convertt o the American cause.Resigned his British officers commission. Was ami nister to thepatriots at the Battle of Yorktown. per DARapplication of granddaughter Elizabeth Bryant Johnston. Following is a compilation ofan application to the DAR by ElizabethBry ant Johnston, granddaughterof James Johnston: Daughters of the American Revolution Record CopyNo. 5098 Name of Applicant: Elizabeth Bryant Johnston Descendant of:Reverand Lewis Craig and Rev. James Johnston Examined and Approved:May 3, 1894 by Agnes M. Burnett Accepted by the National Board ofManagement: May 4, 1894 by Mary C. Gaievett (sp) Notification ofElection: May 15, 1894 Badge Issued by Registrar General: Mary E.TuMann November 10th, 1894 Deceased January 13, 1907 Application forMembership I, (blank) being of the age of eighteen years and upwards,herebyapply f or membership in this Society by right of lineal descentin thefollowin g line from Reverand Lewis Craig who was born in OrangeCo.,Virginia in 1 740 and died in Mason Co., Kentucky in 1825. I wasbornin the town of M inerva County of Mason state of Kentucky I amthedaughter of Dr. Willi am Bryant Johnston and Asenath Craig, hiswifeand granddaughter of John C raig and Catherine Pattie, his wifeandgreat granddaughter of Reverand L ewis Craig and Elizabeth Sandershiswife, and he, said Reverand Lewis C raig is the ancestor whoassistedin establishing American Independence, w hile acting in thecapacity ofBaptist preacher and suffered reproach an d imprisonmentfor hispatriotic resistance to law restricting liberty a nd conscienceand waspastor and leader of The Traveling Church in which m igratedtoKentucky in 1781. Nominated and recommended by the undersigned, amember of the society: Mary Desha Commanding Secretary General EllaLoraine Dorsey Vice President General Signed by: Elizabeth BryantJohnston Residence: 1320 Florida Avenue, Washington DC Ancestry'sService My Ancestor's services in assisting in the establishment ofAmericanInd ependence during the War of the Revolution were asfollows: (her statement) Washington spoke of the Baptists of Virginiaof whom the ReverandLewis C raig was the leader and advisor, as theFrim Friends of civilliberty, a nd the perservering promotors of ourglorious revolution. -Spark's Maki ng Am., p 155-Vol XII. My greatgrandfather, Capt James Pattie, rendereds ervice, and was amont thebrave frontiersman who gave such efficientaid i n the Revolutionarywar; but owing to the destruction of Virginiarecord s, his servicecannot be here accurately stated. Of mygrandfather, Lie ut JamesJohnston, I can only give family tradition inthe form of a sta tementleft by my father Dr. W.B. Johnston. "Lieut.James Johnston was b ornin Dumfries, Scotland in May 1749 and died inFleming Co., Kentucky i nOct., 1829. He was a Lieut. In the Britisharmy, and was captured at the surrender of Burgoyne, at Saratoga. GenlMorgan sent these paroledpr isoners to Virginia, where Lieut Johnstonbecame a convert to theAmeric an cause. He often told me, that when hecame to America, hisheart was f illed with vindictive ire against theAmericans and theAmerican cause. V iewing them as lawless rebels,opposed, as heconcieved, against the bes t government on earth. Butafter thesurrender of Burgoyne, he had an op portunity of viewing thechartersthat were given to the several colonie s, and for what theywerecontending, he was thoroughly and satisfactori ly convinced theywereengaged in just war, and often said to me 'My son , if I hadfallen inthat contest, it might have been justly said of me, a s Davidsaid ofAbner, - "Die, Abner, as a fool dieth", so blind was I t o thenatureof the contest'. From that time, he was a warm and ardentfr iend ofthe colonies, and refused to return to the British army - bywhi ch helost upwards of a hundred guineas - arrears of pay due to himat t hesurrender of Burgoyne. My father was married in Jan 1781 toMargaret Keith, daughter of John Keith of Fauquier Co., Va and of MaryBolling,of t he Bolling house of the family of Thomas Rolfe, whomarried QueenPocaho ntas - and was the fifth in descent from her." The followingis a memorandum of the authority for the abovestatement: SparksWashington - p 155, Vol XII The Traveling Church - pages 8, 9, 10 and11. Letter saying my father was there the day his father returned fromthes iege of Yorktown. Signed: Elizabeth Bryant Johnston NotesStatement of Dr. W.B. Johnston above is purportedly made by hisfather,J ames Johnston, and recounts his accounts of the Revolutionary Warand of his marriage to MargaretKeith. A lso, the statement made byElizabeth Johnston as to MargaretKeith being d escended fromPocahontas has not been verified as of thisdate. Any info rmation asto its validity would be appreciated. Will of James Johnston DEEDBOOK Q - FLEMING COUNTY, KENTUCKY DTD 5th of August, 1830At a courtheld for Fleming County on the 5th of August, 1830. This certificateof election of Trustees for the Town of Flemingsburgwa s produced inCourt ecumenical and ordered to be recorded which is done. att JoshuaStackler, clk. This indenture, made this 5th day of August in the year1830, betweenWi lliam H. Taylor, James H. Jones and Landaff W. Andrewscommissioner appointed by the county court ofFleming C ounty of theone part and William Anderson of the other partwitness tha t JamesJohnson in his life time executed his land toWilliam Grants for t heconveyance of 143 1/2 acres of land in FlemingCounty dated Oct 7th, 1826 and which said bond was 22nd August 1827.Assigned by said Grant tos aid William Anderson and the County Courtbeing satisfied that thepurch ase money for said land has beendischarged have appointed thesaid Tayl or Jones and Andrews asCommissioners to convey said land forand on beh alf of the heirs ofsaid James Johnson deceased, and inconsideration of t he promises thesaid William H. Taylor and James H.Jones and Landaff W. A ndrews forand on behalf of Cyrus Saunders andMary his wife, late Mary J ohnston,Samuel Johnston, Orsanus Johnston,James Johnston, William John ston,Margarete Dalyrimple, HannahDalyrimple, William Dalyrimple, Danie lDalyrimple, John Dalyrimple,children and heirs of CindrellaDalrymple, d ec'd (deceased) lateCindrelea Johnston and Mary AnnSnyder, George Snyd er, Eliza Snyderand Margaret Snyder children andheirs of Elizabeth Sny der dec'd lateElizabeth Johnston dec'd herebygrants, bargains, sells a nd conveysunto the said William Anderson hisheirs and forever the foll owingdescribed tract of land situated inFleming County on the waters o fLicking, containing 143 acres of landand bounded as follows, to wit: Beginning at a white oak and blackwalnut hence East 143 poles to 3dogwo ods thence south 60 poles to twosmall beaches and a hickorythence west 1 43 poles to two beaches andas also thence North 160poles to the beginn ing. To have and to holdthe said tract of land andpromises unto the sa id William Anderson hisheirs forever and the saidCommissioners for and o n behalf of saidJohnston heirs hereby warrantand will forever defend s aid land andpromises against the claims ofall persons claiming by thou ght orunder said Johnston but no otherwhatever. In testimony whereby the said William H. Taylor, James H.Jones andL.W. A nderson have hereunto set their hands and seals thedate first herein written. L.W. Andrews (seal) James H. Jones (seal)W. H. Taylor (seal) August 5, 1930, Fleming, Ky As Deputy Clerk ofthe Fleming County Court I certify that theforegoing d eed fromcommissioners L.W. Andrews, J.H. Jones and William H. Taylor toWilliam Anderson was thisd ay produced before me and acknowledged bythe said Commissioners to betheir act and deed andthe s ame is dulyrecorded in my office. G. M. Stockton DC JOHNSTON WILL VOL. D-E, JUN1827-FEB 1837, FLEMING COUNTY, KENTUCKY WILLS Be it remembered that onthis the seventh day of May in the year ofour l ord 1829 thisindenture and bargain was made and entered into between JamesJohnston, Gent of Fleming Countyof t he one part and Moses Dalyrimpleof the other part sayeth that thesaid J ohnston being in a weak andhelpless state of body not able totake care o f hisself doth herebyagree to and with said Dalrymple totake care of r ovide for and treathim in a human manner and furnishhim with all the n ecessaries of lifesuch as meat, drink, lodging,wearing apparel nursing a nd attention asfar as is reasonable andright and this said Dalyrimple d oth herebycovenant and agree todoand perform all these said terms and afterward to and for the saidJohnston or procure it to done for him andf or and during his naturallife and the said alyrimple to have areasonab le compensation for histrouble and attention out of the moneywhich is c oming to me the saidJohnston from William Anderson for theland and pro mises which hepurchased of James Johnston the notes forwhich is deposi ted in thehands of John Debell. The notes into showfor there being fou r innumber to be paid annually the amt they callfor isabout $60.-- The first comes due the 10th of March next. Thiscompensation to saidDalyri mple is to be fine and stated anddetermined as to the amt bytwo disint erested men chosen by the saidDalyrimple on his part andthe other man t o be chosen by John Debellas agent for the saidJohnston and if they ca n't agree they are tocall in an umpire. Thefirst annual instalment of t he compensation isto come due in one yearor twelve months from this da te and it is mywill and wish that ifthere should be any overpay after m decease andpaying all demandsdebts against me said Johnston that I d o herebygive and bequeath thewhole all to even species of property cla ims andor interest of everydescription I may have or own or be entitle d toin any way unto thesaid Moses Dalyrimple his heirs and as a compensation to him for pastservices to me and my family in testimonywhereof t he parties havehereunto subscribed their names this day anddate first w ritten inpresence of his Trumain Day James x Johnston(seal) David Hopkins mark James Hopkins Moses Dalrymple (seal) I JohnDebell do hereby acknowledge that I have the notes referred toin t heforegoing which I obligate my self to and count for when called uponas they may become due or I cancollec t them but not be accountable ifI can not collect them or anypart ther eof. Witness my hand this 7thday of May, 1829. Also twonotes on Samue l Johnson for twenty fivedollars each due to same onthe 25th of Decemb er 1829 the first. Theother due 25th December,1830. I am to account fo r as above at a courtheld for Fleming Countyon the _____ (signed) John D ebell, 2nd Nov1829. This meeting purporting to be the last will and testament ofJamesJohns ton, dec'd produced in court proven by the oaths of TrumainDay and David Hopkins and ordered to be recordedwh ich is done. AttJushua Stockton, clerk Source: James Johnston(e).pdf Author:RogerJonston Received in an Email in May 2007
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Johnston, James (I2190)
 
24614 When calculating Samuel's birth date from the years, months and dayshe w as alive, it calculated to April 20, 1871. However it says it isan am bigious date and there could be error in it.
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Hinton, Samuel Franklin (I10307)
 
24615 When looking for Mary's death certificate in Ancestry, she is indexeda s Mary Jane Harrison. When opening the certificate you can tell itis H armon.
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Todd, Mary Jane (I9192)
 
24616 When looking for Susan in the 1880 Census, do not look under hermarrie d name. She is listed with her maiden name.
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Bowen, Susan (I12538)
 
24617 When searching for this family, especially when someone would go lookf or William's parents, it is suggested that you also look underMcDaniel s. That is how William is listed in 1920 and 1930.However,in his draf t registration card it is without the s. InWilliam's daughter's obitu ary it states is middle name is differentthan it is in the draft regis tration card. I chose to go with thedraft registration card since Wil liam himself would have wrote thatdown or told them. In 1920, the cen sus records state he was born inIndiana.The 1930 and his registration c ard states Illinois and sodoeshis daughter's obituary. I have chosen t o go with the Illinoisbirthplace because of more than one source stati ng as such.
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McDaniel, William Clayton (I2474)
 
24618 When William married Francis she had an illegitimate daughternamedJose phine. Josephine was given the Kelsay name and Claimed byWilliamas hi s daughter. Between 1880 and 1884 when William and hisfamily went to Illinois,Jose phine was left with her Coffeygrandparents in Colorado to beraised by h er grandparents. Source:Descendants of Robert Kelsay Author: Fred D Kelsay Page: 101
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Kelsay, Josephine (I13022)
 
24619 Where is Amos in 1870? He is not with his parents, and he has notmarr ied Eliza at the 1870 census? Further research is required tofind him i n 1870. According to the 1900 Census, Amos's father wasborn in Ohio, and his m other was born in Kentucky. Other censusrecords, depending on which one you look at, has Sarah bor n in Ohio,but others have her born in Kentucky. Which one is it?
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Ward, Amos M. (I2577)
 
24620 Where is Asa in 1860? What does the D stand for? Maybe if we knewthi s we could find him in 1860.
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Saunders, Asa (I3197)
 
24621 Where is Charles and his family in 1910 and 1930?
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Gross, Charles (I4537)
 
24622 Where is Lillie in 1930? Or is this Lottie?
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Gross, Lillie B. (I3870)
 
24623 Where is Malinda in 1870? She is not with her parents.
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Preston, Malinda (I4224)
 
24624 Where is Newton in 1900?
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House, Newton Enoch (I12090)
 
24625 Where is this child in 1900? He isn't with his parents.
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Williams, Charlie (I801)
 
24626 Where is William & Elizabeth in 1860? I cannot find them in Flemingor B ath. Maybe they were indexed wrong or they lived somewhere elsefor th ose 10 years. William states in 1880 that both of his parentswere born in Pennsylvan ia. Where is the whole McKee family in 1860?I could understand if I could n't find one but, not to find any ofthis family? I cannot even find D avid.
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McKee, William (I3968)
 
24627 Where was George at in 1900? He was not listed with his parents.
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Honaker, George S. (I18034)
 
24628 Where was Willie at in 1880? Or was it after the Census was taken? It hink the census was taken after so why did they not record him?
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Faris, Willie (I13817)
 
24629 While researching this family, I noticed that their last name from1840t o 1860 was Sanders in the census records. In 1870 the lastnamechanges t o Saunders. I do have a general index to marriages infleming county that has mosto f these people as Saunders. But, Iwould not hesitate to look in theSa nders general index if you haveaccess to it. I do not know if the change in the name is because thecensus recorderm isspelled the name or if they changed their name andit was alsospelled w rong in the general index to marriages in flemingcounty. Wemay never k now.
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Saunders, Viot R (I9084)
 
24630 Who is Margaret Dillen/Dillon that is living with Michael in 1850? Shec an't be Maria because she is 28 in 1850 and that would make her born@1 822 and Michael and Maria were married in 1824. She cannot betheir da ughter because they weren't married until 1824, which ispossible, howe ver, it is very doubtful. Michael also has 2 childrenliving with him in 1850: Dawson M and Edwi n L. Dawson M was born@1842 and Edwin L was born @1844. Which one of M ichael's boys dothese 2 children belong to? Further research is requi red. Obviously,Maria has died before 1850.
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Dillon, Michael (I520)
 
24631 Wilington is an adopted son according to the 1900 census
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Workman, Wilington (I19187)
 
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Lamb, Margaret (I3559)
 
24633 William and Eliza have a granddaughter living with them in 1930. Her name is Waneta Murphey and she was born in 1926 in Indiana. Which one o f the daughters of William and Eliza is her mother? Further research is required, if possible to find out.
 
Ward, William (I17732)
 
24634 William Dinsmore, one of the leading citizens of Bethel township,thisc ounty, was born September 5, 1842. He is the son of JohnJohnstonDinsm ore, who was born in Fleming county, Kentucky, December1,1805.His fat her, Mathew Dinsmore, was a pioneer of Boone county,Kentucky,and marri ed Miss Margaret Johnston, whose father and brotherwerekilled by the I ndians. At an early day Mr. and Mrs. Dinsmoreremovedto the then territ ory of Ohio, and lived first in Greenecounty andafterwards in Montgome ry county, Ohio. In 1819 he moved toMiamicounty and settled in Brown t ownship. He was one of the firsttrusteesand justices of the peace elec ted in that Township. He diedin 1846,but his farm is still in the Dins more family. The genealogyof theDinsmore family is as follows: The fi rst ancestor to which thefamilyis traced was Robert Dinsmore, who was b orn and reared in thenorth ofIreland and emigrated to America about th e year 1766. He wasmarriedon the 11th day of September, 1766, to Jane G ault. He settledinBaltimore, Maryland and engaged in the tannery busin ess. Hiseldestchild, Elizabeth Dinsmore, was born June 10, 1768. His s on Johnwasborn June 28, 1771; Mathew was born April 13, 1773, and Jane inFebruary, 1775. Mathew Dinsmore purchased one hundred acres of landin Fleming county, Kentucky, and lived on it five years, when itwasclaime d by an older military title and he lost it. He then cametoOhio in 180 7, and lived in Greene county, two miles east ofFairfield.He then remo ved to Montgomery county, nine miles north ofDayton. Heafterwards move d to Miami county, and purchased a farm inBrowntownship as above state d. John J. Dinsmore the father of oursubject, was married March 14,1837, t o Miss Maria McConnaughey,daughter of David and Anna (Grimes) McConnaughey, a pioneer familyofBe thel township. The writer knew John J. Dinsmore well and canstatethat h e was an honest and useful man, who served for twentyyears asjustice o f the peace. He was the owner of one hundred andsixty acresof land, we ll improved. He was a good farmer and aninfluential memberof the Presb yterian church. He died June 6, 1889,respected whileliving and sincere ly mourned when dead. His aged wifeis now livingwith her son, William D insmore, possessing in awonderful degree forone of her age her mental f aculties. She has beentotally blind forsixteen years and is patiently w aiting for thesummons to cross theriver to the other shore. She is the m other ofseven children: CaptainRobert G. Dinsmore, who was a brave sol dierand noble citizen, but isnow dead; Theodore, Anna, Margaret, Alber tand Frances, all of whomare deceased; and Mary Belle, wife of Nathaniel Bond, who is livingnear Franklin, Warren county, Ohio. WilliamDinsm ore, the subject ofour sketch, was also a soldier in the civilwar in t he same companywith his brother, namely: Company C,Seventy-first Ohio V olunteerInfantry, in which he enlisted as aprivate, was appointed corp oralDecember 21, 1864, and was musteredout with the regiment November 3 0,1865, with an honorable dischargeas a good and faithful soldier.Theo dore and Albert were alsosoldiers, belonging to Company B, OneHundred a nd Forty- seventh OhioInfantry. Mr. Dinsmore, of thisreview, returned h ome and lived withhis parents until he was married,June 1, 1871, to Mi ss Sarah Brenner,of Montgomery county, Ohio. Hesoon afterward settled o n the farmwhich he now owns, and which isnear the farm where he was bo rn andmade his home until he wasmarried. His farm contains one hundred a ndsixty-two acres, wellimproved. He makes a specialty of butter making ,andkeeps a largeherd of Jersey cows. He has a family of four children: One daughter,Clare, the wife of Dr.E.E.Bohlender, of Dayton, Ohio;a nd three sons:Allen, who is farming, the old homestead; Earl andWalter , who areliving with their parents. Mr. Dinsmore is a member ofthe Eng lishLutheran church, of Brandt, in which he has been an elderfor tenye ars. William Dinsmore's life has been that of a man who isuseful inhis n eighborhood, church and township, a type of the men whomake thiscountr what it now is, great in peace and strong in war. Hewas abrave soldi er and a good citizens and of such are the bone andsinewof this great r epublic. E.S.W Source: James Johnston(e).pdfAuthor: Roger Johnston Received in Email May 2007 Dinsmore, Matthew (I9991)
 
24635 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I14788)
 
24636 William never married.
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McIntire, William Louis (I5832)
 
24637 William Thomas's death certificate states that his mother's nameisMary S tickrod. However, James Morgan's death certificate statesthatthe moth er is Elizabeth Stickrod. James death certificate stateshismother was b orn in Pennsylvania, whereas William's statesKentucky.Since the 1850 s hows the oldest female as Elizabeth and thatshe wasborn in Pennsylvani a, I am going with that. If anyone canprovedifferent I will be most h appy to discuss this.
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Stickrod, Elizabeth (I19374)
 
24638 William's birthdate was calculated on the age on the death certificates ince no birthdate was on the death certificate.
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Barbee, William M (I9997)
 
24639 William's middle name was taken from the signature of theinformant.His d eath date was taken from the amount of years, months,and days ofhow ol d he was on the death certificate.
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Walton, William Rolla (I18303)
 
24640 WILLS: Abstracts: Book 7 Bucks Co., PA 1804-1808 7.203. Bridget Smith of Plumstead. April 30 1805. Proved September 23, 1806. John Townsend and Jonathan Fell exrs. Bro. Thomas Dillon. Sisters Esther Doan andElizabeth Townsend. Nieces Mary Doan and Rachel Vickers, dau. of my sister RebekahVickers, each 20 Pounds Sterling. 10 Pounds Sterling each to the following persons 'vizt; Elizabeth Doan( dau.of sisterEsther Doan), Moses Dillon, Rachel Baker (dau. ofMoses Dillon) John Townsend, Mary Fell, Esther Michener dau of sister Rebekah Vickers, Mary Mendenhall, Mercy Heaton, Amos White, SarahVickers (dau. of Abraham Vickers), Robert Smith (son of John Smith)and Martha Hilbern and Margery White. "Elizabeth Fell dau. of Jonathan Fell pewterpot."John Townsend "large bible." Elizabeth Templeton pewter dish and plates. Martha Hillbern dau. ofBro . Thomas Dillon, Margery Whitedau. of Amos White, wearing apparel. Wits: Daniel Carlile, William Robinson. Source: DillonPeterson.FTW Author: BrendaGoldy
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Dillon, Bridget (I18826)
 
24641 With this family, the last name is spelled differently all the time.In 1 870 the name is spelled Thornberg, in 1880 the name is spelledThornbur g, and in 1900 the name is spelled Thornsburg. So it is upto the rese archers discretion on how they put the last name. I optfor the Thorns burg since that is the way it is spelled in the deathcertificates.
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Thornburg, Van M. (I19276)
 
24642 Year: 1870; Census Place: Remington, Jasper, Indiana; Roll:M593_326;Pa ge: 522; Image: 552. Pugh, William Head, M, 36, HouseCarpenter, Virginia Pugh, Margaret Wife, F, 35, Keeping House,Virginia Pugh, Schuyler, Son, M, 9, Indiana Pugh, Jennie F, Daughter,F, 6, Indiana Pugh, Mary O, Daughter, F, 1, Indiana Year: 1880;Census Place: Princeton, White, Indiana; Roll: T9_324;Famil HistoryFilm: 1254324; Page: 287.3000; Enumeration District:182; Imag e: 0155. Pugh, William H, Head, M, 46, Hotelkeeper, Virginia, both parentsinVir ginia Pugh, Margaret, Wife, F, 46, Keeping House, Virginia, bothparents inVi rginia Pugh, Schuyler, Son, M, Telegraph Apprentice,Indiana, both parents inV irginia Pugh, Jennie, Daughter, F, Indiana,both parents in Virginia Pugh, Henry, Father, M, Retired, Virginia,bothparents in Virginia Pugh, Elizabeth, Mother, F, Retired,Virginia, both parents inVirginia Year: 1900; Census Place: Center,Grant, Indiana; Roll: T623 373;Page: 1 3B; Enumeration District: 26.Pugh, William C, Head, M, 66, Widowed, Dec 1833, married 42,Virginia,b oth parents Virginia Pugh, Siles C, Son, M, 39, July 1860,Lather, Indiana, FatherVirginia, M other Indiana Pugh, Jennie F,Daughter, F, 36, Oct 1863, Indiana, Father Virginia,Mot her IndianaNOTE: Even though this census says that William's middle name isC,eve ry other record found on him has his middle name as H. Silesmustbe a n ick name for his son. FIELD NAME Page VALUE Year: 1850;Census Place: District 130, White, Indiana; Roll: M43 2_181; Page:418; Image: 2 _INFO P FIELD NAME Page VALUE Title: White County,Indiana, Index to Marriage Record 1830 - 192 0 Volume II Let, W. P. A._INFO P FIELD NAME Page VALUE Year: 1850; Census Place: District 130,White, Indiana; Roll: M43 2_181; Page: 418; Image: 2 _INFO P FIELDNAME Page VALUE Year: 1900; Census Place: Center, Grant, Indiana;Roll: T623 373; P age: 13B; Enumeration Di _INFO P FIELD NAME PageVALUE Year: 1850; Census Place: District 130, White, Indiana; Roll:M43 2_181; Page:418; Image: 2 _INFO P FIELD NAME Page VALUE Year:1870; Census Place: Remington, Jasper, Indiana; Roll: M593_ 326; Page:522; Image: 552 _INFO P FIELD NAME Page VALUE Year: 1880; CensusPlace: Princeton, White, Indiana; Roll: T9_324 ; Family History Film:125 _INFO P
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Pugh, William H (I10568)
 

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