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101 (Research):Flora states she is the mother of 5 children with only 2 living in the 1900 census. Obviously these children were born between Carry and Sarah. Grishaw, Flora Belle (I21087)
 
102 (Research):Frances McDaniel Rhoden's Obituary Sunday, August 30 1987 reads Frances McDaniel Rhoden, 72, of Rt 14 West Terre Haute died at 12:30am Saturday in Union Hospital. She was born June 7 1915 in Sullivan toWilliam C McDaniel and Goldie Lewis McDaniel. Survivors include her husband Raymond Rhoden of West Terre Haute; three daughters Carol J.White and Marjorie Wiggins of West Terre Haute and Mary Ann Merritt of Terre Haute; two brothers, Donald McDaniel of West Terre Haute and Jack McDaniel of Terre Haute; two sisters, Doris Surber and rose Lindley of West Terre Haute; eight grandchildren, six great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. Services are scheduled for 10:30 am Monday in DeBaun Funeral Home with Rev. paul Radobenko officiating. Burial is in Bethesda Cemetery .Visitation is after 4 pm Sunday
 
McDaniel, Frances (I3061)
 
103 (Research):Francis's death certificate states that Mildred was born in Fleming County. However, all other records indicate she was born in Virginia
 
Thompson, Mildred (I20051)
 
104 (Research):H. Brown and Son, Warren, IN Funeral Home Records 1891-1990 Volume I A-K Compiled by Lillie L. Harris 1995

Huffman, Elijah: b. 1 Feb 1855, d. 2 Mar 1925, bur. Woodlawn Cem.,Warren, IN; Fa. John Huffman; Mo.Susanna Myers.

Obituary - Huntington, IN. Herald-Press - Monday, March 2, 1925 Huffman, Elijah R.

Elijah R. Huffman, seventy years old, contractor of Warren, ended his life Monday morning about 6:30 o'clock by hanging himself from a rafter in the barn at his home on Fourth street. The body was found shortly after 7 o'clock by Jacob Huffman, a brother and Isaiah Barnes who had gone to the Huffman home with the intention of accompanying Mr. Huffman to Huntington on legal business. Death had occurred about 6:45 o' clock. Mr. Huffman had been in his usual health but was thought to have been worried about financial affairs. He had become deeply involved in the contracting business and recently a petition has been filed asking for a receiver for the Huffman Construction company which included Mr. Huffman and his son Curtis B. Huffman . That financial troubles caused Mr. Huffman to take his life is the opinion. Coroner Grover M. Nie investigated the affair and returned a verdict of suicide. Mr. Huffman arose Monday morning about 6:25 o 'clock went to the basement to fix the fire and later started the morning meal. He left the house and did not return. Mrs. Huffman arose and was about the house as usual when Mr. Barnes called for her husband . She went to the barn to search for him and not finding him returned to the house. She made three other attempts to locate her husband at one time going into the barn and climbing a ladder to see if he was in the hay mow. When Mr. Huffman, the brother, arrived at the house he and Mr. Barnes went in search of Mr. Huffman and found him dead . Mr. Huffman had stood on a lard can, fastened a noose about his neck, and stepped off the can. His body was taken down and a doctor summoned in the hopes that life still remained in his body. The man was pronounced dead and the coroner was summoned. Mrs. Huffman stated Monday that her husband had not talked Monday morning which was unusual . The Huffman family came to Warren twenty years ago. Mr.Huffman was contractor for Jackson township roads and was engaged in the Warren creamery. He later organized the construction company.Surviving are the widow and two children, the son, C. B. Huffman and a daughter, Mrs. Oscar Morris of Mt. Zion. Brothers are Jacob of Warren, Lewis of Mt. Zion, and George of Fort Wayne. Mrs. Robert Campbell of Bluffton is a sister. The son is at present at Bremen,Ind. where a sewer is under construction.
 
Huffman, Elijah (I14946)
 
105 (Research):Hampshire County, Virginia is now West Virginia.
 
Kelsay, Jane (I4022)
 
106 (Research):Harold W. Wadman, 86, New Castle (formerly of Knightstown),died Saturday in his home following a brief illness. Born May 12,1919 in Fountaintown, he was the son of the late Gilbert and Bessie(DeArmond) Wadman. H e retired from Whitco Corporation in 1983 after 20 years of service. He previously owned and operated the Sinclair Service Station in Knightstown. He had also worked at Rihm's Meat Market in Knightstown. He was a WWII veteran of the US Army Air Force, retiring from the Air Force Reserves as a Major. While in service, he flew B24s, B17s and B29 Bombers. He was an active member of the Knightstown Lion's Club and Spiceland Friends Meeting. He helped deliver Christmas gifts for the Knightstown Cheer Guild. He also enjoyed hiking, gardening and traveling. He is survived by daughters, Carol Ann (Pete) Sageser of Greensburg, Nancy Jane Wadman of New Castle; granddaughter, Mary Ann (Matthew)Frederick of Columbus; great-grandchildren, Lauren and Evan Frederick; brothers and sisters,Wayne (Sally)Wadman of Muncie, Helen (Paul) Morris of New Castle, Betty Copple of New Castle, Ronald Wadman of New Castle, Katherine(Jim) House of Bradenton, FL, Jerry (companion:Evelyn) of Wadman of New Castle; sisters-in-law, Martha (Bob) Sylvester of Bloomington, Gladys Wadman of Overland Park, KS, Juanita Wadman of Greenfield; and several nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his parents; wife, Mary Jane(Street) Wadman; brothers, Gilbert Wadman Jr ., Fred Wadman; and sister-in-law, Caroline Peyton. Visitation will be from 10 a.m. today at Spiceland Friends Meeting until 11 a.m. services, Pastor Sid Martin and Jeff Hinshaw officiating. Military service will be conducted by the American Legion and VFW. Memorial contributions may be made to the South Henry Dollars for Scholars or Spiceland Friends Meeting Building Fund. Hinsey-Brown Funeral Service handled the arrangements.
 
Wadman, Harold W (I16726)
 
107 (Research):Hiram is living with his Uncle Samuel in 1880
 
Hawkins, Hiram (I16390)
 
108 (Research):I am assuming that Mary is the daughter of Austin and Rusha because she is only about two years older than her sister Nancy. On the other hand, Nancy and her could be the same child.
 
Saunders, Mary E. (I13970)
 
109 (Research):I cannot find Jefferson before the 1870 census. Either he went by something else or they have him indexed wrong. Further research is required. According to the find a grave website Jefferson was born in 1816 and died in 1892. Brenda Goldy submitted this information. I would like to see the gravestone or something to verify this information before putting it into my file.
 
Vice, Jefferson Divers (I7382)
 
110 (Research):I do not know if the dates of birth and death is correct. Although he is buried with Mary Dawson, it is assumed that William A is abe turner . The dates came from the Edens Chapel Cemetery in Fleming County Kentucky
 
Turner, Addison (I6478)
 
111 (Research):I don't know which sex this child actually is. In 1850 this child is listed as female and in 1860 they list the child as male. Could this child be the Melvina listed in the 1870 census with Ira and her brothers and sisters? The birth date is off by a couple of years, but I imagine that is who it is because of the middle initial of M.
 
Young, Welthy M. (I15215)
 
112 (Research):In 1860 this child is listed as Sarah E and a female, in 1870 this child is listed as Elmer and a male. Further research is needed to figure out which it is.
 
Wallace, Sarah E. (I14524)
 
113 (Research):In 1880, Elizabeth has Thomas McKee living with her. He is 4 years old . They state that Thomas is her nephew. Who does he belong to ? Obviously, one of her brothers, but which one?
 
McKee, Elizabeth (I336)
 
114 (Research):In 1880, the head of the household is Neshac Story. Who is this ? Is it Amanda's father or is it some other relation since Amanda is a Story by birth. Elias has his nephew William living with him in 1900. Who are his parents and where are they?
 
McKee, Elias (I5624)
 
115 (Research):In 1900, Andrew and Mary Ellen are on the census with the last name of Pilcher. It appears that this is the family their daughter married into. Her son is listed as Ashton Brook but in later records he is a Pilcher. Brooke, Andrew M. (I478)
 
116 (Research):In 1900, the census states that Mary is the mother of 7 children with only 6 of them living. Who is the seventh child? Ingram, Mary Thomas (I13299)
 
117 (Research):In 1910 Elza Jones states that Georgia is his mother in law. I have found no indication where she was ever married or had children. I believe Katie may be her niece. Malinda and Orville Porter had a daughter in 1877 and she is in the 1880 Census with her grandparents. The only thing that stops me in recording this is there is a 2 year difference in when Katie was born. In the 1860 Census, Georgia is listed a s George Ann and listed as a male. All other census records indicate that this is a female. There are a couple of census records that listed her as George Ann instead of Georgia Ann.
 
Porter, Georgia Ann (I16835)
 
118 (Research):In 1910 this child is Lloyd and a male, in 1920 this child is Maud Loyd and a female.
 
Reasoner, John Lloyd (I20985)
 
119 (Research):In Clara's birth record, her father is stated as Henry Miller. Is this because Joseph went by Henry because every other record states Joseph for her father. In the 1900 Kentucky Census, Clara or Clary as they put her, states that she is the mother of 11 children with 7 children living. Who are the 3 children that are deceased.
 
Miller, Clarissa (I5363)
 
120 (Research):In the 1850 Census, this child is listed as female. Lawrence to me is a male child's name. However, there is no way to know if Lawrence is the right name for the child and they should have listed him as male because he is no longer living with them in 1860. He either died from something or got married. And, if the name is incorrect there is no way of knowing this either.
 
Smith, Lawrence (I19345)
 
121 (Research):In the 1870 census, William is listed as being 38 when he should have been listed as 58. By 1870, his wife, Elizabeth has evidently passed because she is not listed within the household.
 
Williamson, William (I571)
 
122 (Research):In the 1900 Census, Hannah is widowed. It is also stated that she is the mother of 11 children, with 10 of these children living. Who is the 11th one? Hannah has a grand daughter and grandson living with her in 1900. Clay born August 1881 in Kentucky. And Rettie, born September 1895 in Kentucky. The mother of the children is Lena Rivers House Duncan. Why the census taker did not indicate on the census record that she was the mother of two children is unknown. But following through with Lena in the census records you find out that these are her children.
 
Porter, Hannah Jane (I9183)
 
123 (Research):In the 1900 Census, it states that Mary is the mother of 3 children, with 2 living. Todd, Mary Jane (I10760)
 
124 (Research):In the 1900 Census, it states that Sarah is the mother of 9 children with 7 living. However, the 1910 Census states she is the mother of 7 children with 7 living. Further research is needed to find out forsure. Scott, Sarah Caroline (I14649)
 
125 (Research):In the death certificate, it is hard to read the Graveyard, so it could be another graveyard, but that is what it looks like to me. Ancestry has Mary's last name indexed as Formeret, however it looks like Ishmael to me. If someone can disprove this, do not hesitate to contact me.
 
Hunt, Mary A (I10489)
 
126 (Research):It appears that Theopelus is living in the same household as Henry Bowser. However, there is a #8 on line 37 between Henry and Theopelus. By conjecture, I think Henry and Theopelus may be brothers, but that will need furthur research to determine if my theory of them being family is correct.
Although, in the census where the children from Ida on down states the date of census on July 18th, I am choosing to put the 15th since that is the date of the census for their parents. I don't imagine the census taker went to the house twice.
Theopelus parents were both born in Pennsylvania. 
Bowser, Theopelus (I21192)
 
127 (Research):It is assumed that Abigail is Amelia's daughter. However, it is possible that she is Lydia's. However with Abigail being born in 1851, it is more likely that she is Amelia's daughter and that is what caused Amelia 's death. Kelsay, Abigail (I13413)
 
128 (Research):It is assumed that William never married. I have never been able to find him in 1930. However, from 1880 - 1920 he is single.
 
Likes, William M (I3561)
 
129 (Research):It is stated that Elizabeth is the mother of 11 children with 9 living in the 1910 Census
 
Scott, Elizabeth Mary (I8240)
 
130 (Research):It seems that maybe Columbus is not Nancy's son since he was born in 1860. Further research is required to find out. According to the 1900 Census, Charles's father is born in Ohio and his mother is born in Maryla nd. This makes the possibility even stronger that Nancy is not his mother.
 
Moore, Charles Columbus (I3188)
 
131 (Research):James Alexander Lyons's death certificate states Morris was born in Virginia, but every census record states Kentucky.
 
Lyons, Morris C. (I16577)
 
132 (Research):James Alexander Lyons's death certificate states that Drusilla was born in Virgina, but every census states she was born in Kentucky. Rawlings, Drusilla (I15041)
 
133 (Research):James and Francina have a grandson living with them in 1920. Paul Newl in born about 1908 in Indiana. Who is this child? Who does he belong to? Mills, James E. (I20217)
 
134 (Research):James has a grandson living with him in 1910. Lorenzo Miller, born in 1902 in Kentucky. Who is his father? In documentation, the cemetery is listed as Foxport Graveyard.
 
Miller, James William (I15376)
 
135 (Research):Job was a descendant of David Sheppard who came from the County of Tipperary in Southern Ireland. Source: Descendants of Robert Kelsay Author: Fred D Kelsay Page 9
 
Sheppard, Job Reverend (I20398)
 
136 (Research):John and Stella have a grandson, Carlisle Stewart Smith who was born in 1920 in Indiana, living with them in 1930 Grishaw, John Madison (I8210)
 
137 (Research):John has two different death certificates. One has his mother as Margaret Arrasmith, the other has her as Elizabeth Arrasmith. There is two different informants. The first one was filed on July 1st.
 
Snedegar, John Wesley (I13948)
 
138 (Research):John Rehm Biography & His Descendents John Rehm states he arrived in the USA between 1847 and 1849 depending on which documentation you view. This would have made him approximately 15 to 16 years of age. We first find him living in Clinton Twp in the 1850 census. Then on the 15 Feb 1855 he takes Mercy Ann Aker (born Ohio) for his bride in LaPorte County. He eventually settles and buys land in the Section 35, New Durham township, which is located in the Southeast Corner of said twp. John and Mercy have the following children: Henry F. b. 19 July 1856 Mary b. abt 1857 m.George O. Le Clear 27 Feb 1878. She gave birth to at least 4 children and died the 12 MAY 1887 in Denison, Crawford, Iowa Emma C. b. 25 Aug 1860 She also married George O. Le Clear after her sister's death in Iowa. They had one child. Emma d. 7 Nov 1889 William Joseph was b. 25 Dec 1862 and died the 10th of June 1915. He had married Belle English on the 2 Apr 1890. They are both buried in Union Mills Cemetery as are many of this family. Belle was the daughter of George W. English and Mary Wall. Andrew J was born 5 Apr 1865 and died the 8 May 1849. He is buried in Westville Cemetery. He married Martha Frances Phillips (There is quite a history on Andrew in the 1904 History of LaPorte County . John W. b. abt 1868 may have headed West. 2nd Generation Henry F . Rehm, oldest son of John married Florence A. Edison or Edsonon 1 Mar 1882. They had 9 children. Nelia M (married Claude L Tiffany), Elvie Catherine (she married Alden H Herrold), Jennie B (married William F Newell), John Earl, Howard (married Elizabeth Groth), Wayne, Harley, Fred and Irene (did not marry) William Joseph Rehm and Belle had at least one child, a daughter. Many of these families are buried in our local cemeteries. Use our Search Engine at: http://www.root sweb.com /~inlaport/ Source: USGENWEB, LaPorte County,Indiana Author : Deanna W est
 
Rehm, John (I10850)
 
139 (Research):John was not listed with his parents in 1900 so he either was in someone elses house at the time or he was not born until after1900. Ishmael, John H (I14374)
 
140 (Research):Judith's death record states that she was born in Lewis County, however, her marriage record states Mason County. I am going to leave it as Mason County. In the 1900 & 1910 Census, it states Judith is the mother of 5 children with 3 of them living. Who are the 2 deceased children? Kirk, Judith Ann (I18431)
 
141 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I11331)
 
142 (Research):Kenneth L. McKelleb Chronicle-Tribune (Marion, IN) 6 October 2012 Kenneth L. McKelleb, formerly of Gas City, Indiana passed away on Thursday, O ctober 4, 2012 in Barnhart, Missouri. Funeral service will be at 1 p.m. o n Monday, October 8, 2012 in Kutis South County Chapel, 5255 Lemay Ferry Rd., St. Louis, Missouri Visitation will be from 4 t o 8 p.m. Saturday , October 6, 2012 in Kutis South County Chapel.
 
McKelleb, Kenneth Leon (I7939)
 
143 (Research):Leonard's real father is some man named Bishop. Carrie was pregnant with Leonard and when he was born he was given Herbert's last name . Source: Descendants of Robert Kelsay Author: Fred D Kelsay Page158
 
Kelsay, Leonard (I8431)
 
144 (Research):Lois passed away on the Fort Bragg military base in Mendocino, North Carolina and was transported back to Amboy, Indiana to be buried.
 
Kelsay, Lois Jane (I2826)
 
145 (Research):Louisa A Oliver, a granddaughter, is living with George and Louisa in 1900. She was born in August 1891 in Kentucky. According to the census both parents were born in Kentucky. Because of the last name of this grandchild, the mother has to be Melissa or Carolina. Unless it is one of the unnamed children that is the mother, but that is doubtful. The unnamed probably never made it to maturity. Based on the fact that Louisa, George's wife, stating that she is widowed in 1910, that is why the death date is set to before 1910.
 
Pugh, George M. (I18195)
 
146 (Research):Lucinda was not a biological child of John and Sarah
 
Wellington, Lucinda (I2945)
 
147 (Research):Margaret's father was born in Pennsylvania and her mother was born in Kentucky according to the 1900 Census.
 
Ingles, Margaret F. (I17272)
 
148 (Research):Martin Young was born May 13, 1841, in Erie County, Ohio. He is one of ten children born to Ira and Sophia (Crippin) Young, both natives of New York. The elder Young was a fisherman on Lake Erie for thirty years. Maternally, Mr. Young is of English descent, and paternally from Holland. When Martin was about five years of age, They came to Porter County, settling on "Twenty-Mile" Prairie. A sister of our subject was about the first school teacher of that settlement, and Judge Field was among her pupils. When about twenty-one years of age, Mr. Young enlisted in the Seventy-third Indiana, serving nearly three years, and participating in the famous battles of Stone River, Nashville, and on Col. Straight's raid through Georgia. After he was discharged, returning to Chesterton, he engaged in the meat market business; he has built up the leading trade in this part of the county. He is a member of the I. O. O. F. fraternity. Mr . Young is a Republican, but favors the financial theories of the National party. Mr. Young has one of the finest brick residences in the county, richly furnished, and with the luxuries of piano, organ, etc. He was married in 1862 to Mary J. Lansing, a native of Porter County. She is well educated, having been a teacher. They have one adopted child -Arthur. Source: "Counties of Porter and Lake, Indiana, Historical and Biographical ," Goodspeed and Blanchard, 1882 page 313, 314 Westchester Township Data entry volunteer: Suzan Schaeffing
 
Young, Martin V. (I15211)
 
149 (Research):Mary states in 1900 that she is the mother of thirteen children with 11 alive.
 
McKee, Mary Dawson (I4637)
 
150 (Research):Mary states that she is the mother of 7 children with 4 living. But with her being married, 3 times it is unknown who the deceased children belong to. In 1910, it states that the three children living with Hollis and Mary are Hollis's children. So it either is a mistake on the census takers' part or she was married previously to another Rhoden.
 
Mary E. (I8503)
 

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