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Source: "Ohio, County Marriages, 1789-1997," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-1-18084-165978-57?cc=1614804 : accessed 9 December 2014), Darke > Marriagerecords 1909-1911 vol N > image 186 of 278; county courthouses, Ohio.

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Source: "Ohio, County Marriages, 1789-1997," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-267-11614-27792-19?cc=1614804 : accessed 8 December 2014), Darke > Marriage records 1882-1886 vol F > image 141 of 320; county courthouses, Ohio. Marriage of Solomon Frobe & Mary Dickmann; #650.

United States of America, Bureau of the Census. TwelfthCensus of the United States, 1900. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1900. T623, 1854 rolls.; Dwelling #218, Family #218; Line #23

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Source: Jordan Dodd, Liahona Research. Ohio, Marriages, 1803-1900 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2001.

"Ohio, County Marriages, 1789-1997," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-1-17957-18332-58?cc=1614804 : accessed 9 December 2014), Shelby > Marriage records 1875-1883 vol 6 > image 116 of 346; county courthouses, Ohio.

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A history of Cache county would be incomplete and unsatisfactorywereth ere failure to make reference to Joel Ricks, who during anextendedlife time was an active, valued and prominent citizen of thatsectionof the s tate. He was born upon a farm on Donaldson creek, inTriggcounty, Kentu cky, February 18, 1804. In early manhood he wasmarriedon the 1st of Ma . 1827, to Eleanor Martin and following hismarriageremained with his f ather, working upon the home farm untilJuly 15,1829, when he visited I llinois for the purpose of seeingwhatadvantages that state offered to s ettlers. He made the triponhorseback and after proceeding as far north a s Madison countylocateda farm on Silver creek about twenty miles east o f Alton. Hethenreturned to Kentucky and in company with a brother-in-l aw, AbelOlive,and a cousin, William Ricks, and their families, returne d toIllinoison the 12th of September, 1829. Mr. Ricks was a hard-worki ngandindustrious man and accumulated property, soon becoming one of theforemost farmers and prosperous citizens of that region. In 1830heand h is wife joined the Christian church, with which he wasconnecteduntil 1 840, when Mormon missionaries visited theneighborhood,preaching their d octrines. He attended one of theirservices out ofcuriosity and became a c onvert to the faith. He thenjoined thechurch, being baptized by Elder G eorge Boosinger on the 6thof June,1841. On the 20th of March, 1842, Mr. Ricks started on avisit to Nauvoo,Illi nois, to see for himself what manner of man wasJoseph Smith, theprophe t. While in Nauvoo he had several interviewswith the prophetand others p rominent in the church and he returnedhome greatlyimpressed with what h e had heard. In 1845 he sold hispossessions inMadison county and in co mpany with James Olive removedhis familytoNauvoo and thereafter up to t he time of his death wasidentified withthe Church of Jesus Christ of L atter-day Saints. Onhis arrival atNauvoo he purchased a city lot on th e prairie somedistance back ofthe temple for a town residence and also b ought afarm at Appanoose.During his residence at Nauvoo he assisted in t hebuilding of thetemple. At the time of the exodus in 1845 Mr. Ricks,with others, traveledwestw ard with several teams, crossing theMississippi river at FortMadison o n the 27th of April, 1846. Theywere among the first pioneerswho crosse d the territory of Iowa. Theyarrived atthe Missouri rivernear Council B luffs in July. Mr. Ricksand his family locatedtemporarily on Silver cr eek, where he plantedand harvested a crop andmade arrangements to cont inue their journeywestward. In 1847 he sentone of his best teams with a p ioneer companywhich left the Missouririver for the Rocky mountains und er theleadership of Brigham Young.After many hardships the company rea chedthe valley of Great SaltLake, July 24, 1847, and there founded Sal tLake City. Mr. Ricksremained on the Missouri river, however, until the spring of 1848,when he joined the great company under the leadershipo f Heber C.Kimball. This company consisted of twenty-four hundred andse venteenpeople, with seven hundred and ninety-two wagons, and wasprobab ly oneof the largest caravans that ever crossed the plains.While on th eElkhorn river about thirty miles west of Omaha thiscompany wasattacke d by Indians. Thomas E. Ricks, his son, and anumber of otheryoung men c rossed the river on horseback to drive insome cattle thatwere feeding t here, when the Indians opened fire onthem. Thomas Rickswas wounded and l eft for dead by his companions.Mr. Ricks went tolook for him as soon a s he learned of the attack andwhile searchingfor his son was set upon b two Indians, one of whomfired on him whentwo or three feet away from h im, but his gun missedfire. Mr. Rickssucceeded in eluding the Indian, r escued his son, andreturned to theparty. They continued their journey a nd arrived at thevalley of theGreat Salt Lake in September. Mr. Ricks located atBountiful, about twelve miles north of Salt Lake,a nd there erected asawmill, remaining there during the winter of1848-9. I n the spring ofthe latter year he took up land at the footof the mount ains inCenterville, there made a home and continued toresidefor nine ears.Soon after locating at Centerville he engagedin the tanning busin essat Farmington, the county seat of Daviscounty. In 1854, while livin gat Centerville, he passed through thefamine period caused by the grasshoppers and crickets. In fact thefamily experienced all of thehardshi ps and privations of pioneer lifeand were connected with manyevents wh ich have shaped Utah'spicturesque and romantic history andpromoted the d evelopment of thestate. In the spring of 1858, when theterritory was t hreatened withinvasion by. the United States armyunder Johnston, all t he Mormonsettlers left their homes again andheaded toward the desert r egion ofMexico. Mr. Ricks and his familywent with the rest as far as N ebo, inthe Juab valley, when peace wasrestored. He then returned toCen terville in July of that year. In thespring of 1859, in companywith Ja mes Quayle and Justin Shepard,attracted by the glowing reportsof the C ache valley, he left for thatregion to look it over. Arrivingin Wellsv ille about the 1st of June,they found ten or twelve familieswho had bu ilt a few cabins and wereengaged in putting in crops. Theycrossed the e astern side of thevalley and rode along the foot ofthemountains, comi ng to Providencebench, overlooking the bottom lands ofthe Logan river, a t that timecovered with a dense growth of willowand cottonwood trees. T hey alsolooked out over the sagebrush flatwhere Logan now stands. Not b eingable to cross the river to the northside, they rode down through t hevalley in what is now the collegedistrict and returned to Wellsville for the night. The Cache valley atthat time was so cold that forseveral ears after the arrival of thefirst settlers it was not anuncommon occu rrence for the wheat to befrostbitten in July. Mr. Ricksdecided to loc ate inthe new valleyand, returning to Farmington,began to make prepar ations for theremoval of his family. On July 20thhe took his wife, Sar ah B., andher family and started for the valley,arriving three days la ter. Hemade a temporary camp on the presentsite of the Brigham YoungCo llege. Later he built a log cabin at thecorner now occupied by theThat cher Brothers Bank building andoccupied that pioneer home. Afterputtin g up hay for the winter hereturned to Centerville and broughthis other f amily to Logan andbuilt them a cabin on the brow of thehill where the r esidence ofMoses Thatcher now stands,and from thattime forward Mr. Ri cks wasidentified with every step in thedevelopment of Logan and the C achevalley. In connection with Elzra T.Benson and others, he built the first sawmill and grist mill in Logan,and he also engaged in thetanning b usiness, which at that time was avery important industry forearly sett lers. He was one of the firststockholders of thecooperative institutio ns whichwere organized in1868, also astockholder in the Deseret Teleg raph Company, which wasformed aboutthe same time. For years he maintai ned a ferryboat on theLogan riveron the west side of the valley and la ter he built there abridge,which he presented to the county. At the time of his death Mr. Ricks'descendants in the Rocky Mountainre gion numbered three hundred andseventy-seven. His first wifewasEleano r Martin. Having been born andreared on the frontiers ofcivilization, s he did not enjoy theeducational advantages accorded tothose who come f rom older settleddistricts but was in every respect atrue wife and nob le woman. Herlife was cast among the people and in aregion where troub les andtrials were the lot of all, but she neverfaltered in her duties o rshirked her responsibilities. Shewore outher life in the work of redeeming a wilderness and passed away inApril, 1882. The second wife ofM r. Ricks was Sarah Beriah FiskeAllen, who was born in Potsdam, St.Lawr ence county, New York,September 1, 1819, and was the sixth childof Van um and Sarah (Eames)Fiske, who emigrated from New Hampshire toNew York i n 1817. VarnumFiske was a son of Daniel Fiske and his wifewas a daught er ofAlexander Eames. Both of the grandfathers weresoldiers of theRevo lutionary war. On the 25th of December, 1837,Sarah B. Fiskebecame the w ife of Ezra H. Allen and they took up theirresidence atMadrid, New Yor k, where they spent a few years. In 1842they outfittedand started for N auvoo, Illinois, where they arrivedearly in thewinter. In the followin g spring they moved up the riverabouttwenty-five miles to Shokokon, wh ere a new settlement was beingmade,but owing to the unhealthy conditio ns there they returned toNauvooand were present at the general confere nce which was held onthe 6thof April inside the walls of the temple, t his being the firsttimethey had the privilege of seeing the prophet Jo seph Smith. Mrs.Rickswas baptized there by Amasa Lyman and confirmed a m ember ofthechurch. In 1846, on account of the continued persecution of p eopleoftheir faith, they made preparations to move west. Mr. Allen, incompany with Joel Ricks, made a trip to St. Louis to assist inbringingh is stock to Nauvoo, in preparation for the westward journey.On the27th o f April, 1846, they crossed the Mississippi river, butonaccount of hea vy rains and bad roads their progress was veryslow.They finallyarrive d at Mount Pisgah, where they remained forsometime, while the men of t he party plowed the land and plantedgrain forthe immigration that was e xpected to follow. They againresumed theirjourney, arriving ultimately a t Council Bluffs. In July,1846, a callwas made for five hundred of the b rethren to enlist inthe service ofthe United States and this organizat ion was known asthe MormonBattalion. Mr. Allen was among the volunteer s, leaving withthecompany on the 16th. His wife being thus left alone, t aught schoolinthe summer of 1847. In 1848 some of the military company returned,bringingthe sad news that Mr. Allen and two other men hadbeen k illedby Indians in the California mountains. A purse containingone hun dredand twenty dollars had been found that belonged to Mr.Allen and wa sreturned to her. In 1851 Mrs. Allen exchanged the golddust for cashan d goods, reserving enough to make a ring, which shewore until herdeath . She had a wagon built, purchased oxen andprovision andincompany wit h many others in the spring of 1852started for Salt Lake,where they ar rived on the 14th of September.There she was met by JoelRicks, who had t raveled with her and herhusband in the east. He hadbeen in Salt Lake f our years, and upon herarrival he provided for hera home at Centervill e, and on the 26th ofOctober, 1852, they weremarried. Soon afterward M r. Ricks engaged inthe tanning business inFarmington, Davis county, th eir home being oneof the first in thatplace. He continued in the busin ess and alsoengaged in farming andstock raising until he became quite p rosperous.After their removal toLogan, Cache county, in 1859, Mrs. Ric ks forfifteen years, was whollyoccupied with her family cares and stre nuouslabor incident to pioneerlife. On May 18, 1874, she was chosen president of the First WardRelief Society of that place, and thefollowin g ten years were spentin visiting the sick and earing for thepoor, dur ing which time shemade many warm friends. On the 15th ofDecember, 1888 , Joel Ricksdied, being then in his eight-fifth year.His wife survived h im alittle more than two and one-half years, anddied June 12, 1891. Th eywere devout members of the Church of JesusChrist of Latter-day Saint sand passed away in that faith. Their liveswere guided by highprincipl es and they passed to the home beyondleaving behind them ablessed memo ry enshrined in the hearts of allwhoknew them.

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Ricks, Joel (I10984)
 
205

Abigail states in 1880 that both of her parents were born in Virginia.

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Boyd, Abigail (I4738)
 
206

According to Benjamin's death certificate, he was single when he died,s o it is assumed that he never married.

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Hollar, Benjamin (I15069)
 
207

According to birth records this child was named Daisy M Harmen (with ac orrection posted to correct the spelling of last name toHarmon),howeve r no other records have been found with that name. Allother research r eveals this person to be Grace M Harmon. Thefollowing information has b een accumulated: According to hermarriage records: To Robert J Phelps - she states she will be age 17her next birthday.Th at this was her marriage number one. To John MHeron - she states she will be age 18 her next birthday.That t his washer marriage number two. To John F O'Toole - she states her year bornwas1888. She answered th at she was married once before and theunion ended in divorce. In revi ewing other records of the first twomen, it seems both dissolved by di vorce. The application withO'Toole; a Charles Taylor (believe this is A unt Madge's firsthusband's father) disposes that he has knowledge of p ersonal facts.On the 1900 census - Indexed Harman - Indiana, Vigo County,FayetteTown ship,ED 97, line 96, she is listed as Gracie, born June1885, in India na, age 14, at school. She is not listed with parentson the1910 censu s report nor with any of her first two husbands. The1910 Census of Vigo County, Terre Haute, Indiana; reveals John M Heron living with his mother Elizabeth indicating he is married. IF HEA ND GRACE ARE STILL MARRIED SHE IS NOT LIVING IN THIS HOUSEHOLD. Iwas also unable to locate Grace in 1920. By 1923 she marries a thirdt ime. The 1930 Missouri census reveals Grace and her family is in StLouis Co unty, City of St Louis (ED 70, dated April 5, sheet 5B, lines74 -77). J ohn is renting a home at 4418 Eastern Avenue. Those inthe household: J ohn O' Toole (42), has radio; Grace (42), wife, bornin Indiana, father i n Kentucky, mother in Indiana; Kenneth(3), son,born in Missouri. Als o enumerated in their home is Grace'sbrother,William J Harmon.

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Harmon, Grace M (I3616)
 
208

According to Carolyn Craig, Angeline is the sister of Harrison Harmon,n o proof has been provided.

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Harmon, Angeline (I10150)
 
209

According to Carrie's death certificate she was single when shedied,so i t is assumed that she never married.

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McIntire, Carrie (I6870)
 
210

According to Catherine and Christian's daughter Dallas Ann Schultz'sde ath certificate Catherine was born in Missouri and not Kentucky.The186 0 census record states Kentucky though.

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Pitts, Catherine (I15905)
 
211

According to Charles's death certificate he was single at the timeofhi s death, so it is assumed that he never married.

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Paul, Charles Burgess Pearce (I10115)
 
212

According to Columbus and Julia's marriage record, Columbus's fatherwa s born in Fleming and his mother was born in Harlan. Where Harlanis, I h ave no idea. According to the 1880 U.S. Census, Columbus'sfather was born in Kentuc ky and his mother was born in Ohio. In the1900 U.S. Census, the census taker has crossed out the line numb erand wrote the number in. My feeling is to go with the printed one not the one the census taker put there.

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Hillis, Columbus . (I13377)
 
213

According to Daniel's death certificate, he was single at the time ofd eath, so it is assumed that he never married.

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Paul, Daniel James (I14042)
 
214

According to David's death certificate, he was single at the timehedie d, so it is assumed that he never married.

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Jackson, David A (I17591)
 
215

According to Etta's death certificate she was married, so who was shem arried to? Her last name was still McRoberts and that is her maidenna me.

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McRoberts, Etta Russell (I11877)
 
216

According to findagrave.com, Alfred was born on June 10, 1810 inFlemin g County, Kentucky and died on November 27, 1865 in FlemingCounty, Ken tucky. It also states that his father is William Markwelland his moth er is Sarah Alexander. Further research is definitelyrequired to see i f these are actually his parents. I have requesteda photo of his tomb stone to see if it states his birth and deathdates on his tombstone. O therwise, further research is required tosee if these dates are correc t.

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Markwell, Alfred (I3916)
 
217

According to George's death certificate he was single at the timeofhis d eath, so it is assumed that he never married. It is so sadthat none o f the children of Charles Paul, Senior's never marriedexcept Fanny.

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Paul, George Washington (I10126)
 
218

According to Henry's death certificate he was single at the time ofdea th, so it is assumed that he never married.

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Barbee, Henry Thomas (I13144)
 
219

According to Henry's death certificate, it was single at the timethath e died, so it is assumed that he never married.

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Jackson, Henry Clay (I9818)
 
220

According to John's death certificate, he was single at the time ofhisd eath, so it is assumed that he never married.

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Paul, John Milton (I14041)
 
221

According to Junius's marriage record, Elizabeth was born in Washington. I do not know if that is meant for the state of Washington or for Washington County, Kentucky. Or the village washington near Maysville. So, for now I will keep as is unless I can receive some documentation to tell me which it is.

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Crawford, Elizabeth J. (I17480)
 
222

According to Martha's death certificate she was single at the timeofhe r death, so it is assumed that she never married.

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Toadvine, Martha Lou (I9706)
 
223

According to online family trees on ancestry, Elizabeth (Hunt)Cookdied i n 1873. Nicholas is remarried to an Emaline ?? in 1880.Basedon the de ath date on Ancestry I have assumed all children thatwereborn after 18 73 is Emaline's children. I have been unable tolocate proof that she did die in 1873, however,wi th nothing todisproof this date, I will use it as a guide to putthe ch ildren withthe right mother. Samuel Cook's death certificate has his wife's namewhere the mothersna me should be so, I cannot go on his deathcertificate. Further research is required to figure out if she did diein1873.

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Hunt, Elizabeth (I14252)
 
224

According to Ottis's death certificate he is single when he died, soiti s assumed that he never married.

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Kearns, Ottis Nelson (I11291)
 
225

According to Simpson's son Charles's death certificate,Simpson,Elizabe th, and Charles were born in Indiana. According tocensusrecords they w ere born in Kentucky. It is possible that whenthecensuswas taken som eone just automatically assumed that theywereborn in Kentucky. On Tul ley's death certificate, Charles'sson,Charles was born in Kentucky. U ntil I can find anotherdocumentstating one more time which one I will k eep both since bothhave beenstated. If anyone can tell me for sure wh ich one it is,please do nothesitate to contact me.

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Vise, Simpson (I7021)
 
226

According to Stephen Lawson, Lucy's middle name is Jane.

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Taylor, Lucy J. (I11170)
 
227

According to the 1860 Census, Nancy is an invalid. There are 2children living with Isaac and Nancy in 1860. There names a re Hellenand Adela Hunt. Hellen is 6 and Adela is 3. My theory is th at thesetwo girls are related to Nancy somehow. They could be neices.

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Hunt, Nancy (I5921)
 
228

According to the 1860 Census, William was an invalid at this time.

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Leforge, William L. (I17365)
 
229

According to the 1880 Census, Basil and John are Stanfield's boys.Howe ver, they are listed in the 1870 census with the last name ofFielden. A re they Stanfield's by adoption or did they have them outof wedlock? I t's interesting and makes you wonder since Sarah was inthe household w ith the boys right along with Eveline. Makes youwonder what was going o n.

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Fielding, Sarah C. (I7271)
 
230

According to the 1880 Census, both William's parents were born inPenns ylvania

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Eden, William (I11151)
 
231

According to the 1880 Census, Eliza's father was born in Scotland andh er mother in New York.

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Wallace, Eliza Ann (I19185)
 
232

According to the 1880 Census, Francis's father was born in New York and his mothe was born in Connecticut.

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Lottridge, Francis Marion (I5377)
 
233

According to the 1880 Census, Louisa was born about 1866. I'mwonderin g if the birth date is incorrect because James was livingwith his pare nts in 1870 and Cordelia was not with them and neitherwasLouisa. Unl ess of course, the 2nd William is actually Louisa.

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Watson, Louisa (I7980)
 
234

According to the 1880 U.S. Federal Census, Sarah "Sallie" Strahan'sfat her was born in Pennsylvania and her mother was born in Virginia.

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Strahan, Sarah Ann (I16858)
 
235

According to the 1880 U.S. Federal Census, William's father was bornin I reland and his mother was born in Pennsylvania.

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Porter, William (I12817)
 
236

According to the 1900 Census, George has a daughter, Crystal H who was born in October 1891 in Indiana. If the marriage date is accurate,this child is not from this marriage. Further research isrequired to assertain if they have the date wrong or he was married previously.

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Lottridge, George L. (I2825)
 
237

According to the 1900 census, Ira never had any descendants.

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Ingram, Ira Belle (I18529)
 
238

According to the 1900 Census, it is stated that Sallie is onlythemothe r of 4 children, with 4 living. However, James ArchPlanckstates his m other as Sallie Hull. With the date of marriage Itendtoagree with th is. IF anyone has proof that this is not thecase, donot hesitate to c ontact me.

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Hull, Sarah F (I15380)
 
239

According to the 1900 Census, Mary is the mother of 9 children with 7l iving. This holds true with the count of living children livingwith t hem.

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Pearce, Mary Evaline (I7621)
 
240

According to the 1900 Census, Rachel M is the mother of 11childrenwith 1 0 living

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Herrington, Rachel Melvina (I9406)
 
241

According to the 1900 U.S. Census, Lucinda is the mother of 11children , with 9 of them living.

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Davis, Lucinda (I13494)
 
242

According to the 1910 Census, Ida is the mother of 4 children, with only 3 living. Who is this deceased child?

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Johnson, Ida May (I139)
 
243

According to the 1910 Census, Victoria is the mother of 8 children with 6 living. There are 5 living in the household in 1910.

The 1910 census states that Victoria's parents were born inFrance

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(Research):Sources:

Name - Victoria F. Parnin

Indiana Marriages, 1811-2007, database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:XXJ8-T5B: 21 January 2016), Lincoln Hatfield and Victoria F Parmin, 09 Oct 1889; citing Allen, Indiana, United States, FHL microfilm 2,111,522. Page #333

United States Census, 1920, database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:MFQ8-PTZ : accessed 2 March 2017), Victoria Hatfield Lafayette, Allen, Indiana, United States; citing ED 10, sheet 4A, Line #29, Dwelling # 71, Family #71, NARA microfilm publication T625 (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1992), roll 420; FHL microfilm 1,820,420.

Indiana State Board of Health. Birth Certificates, 1907-1940. Microfilm. Indiana Archives and Records Administration, Indianapolis, Indiana. John Earl Hatfield; Certificate #322

Indiana State Board of Health. Death Certificates, 1900-2011. Microfilm. Indiana Archives and Records Administration, Indianapolis, Indiana. Victoria F. Hatfield; Certificate #16781

Indiana Marriages, 1811-2007, database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:XXV4-VYJ : 21 January 2016), Nicholas G Kaough and Ethel M Hatfield, 05 Apr 1910; citing Allen,Indiana, United States, FHL microfilm 2,111,527. Page #111

Birth: 12 Oct 1861 - Allen County, Indiana

Indiana State Board of Health. Death Certificates, 1900-2011. Microfilm. Indiana Archives and Records Administration, Indianapolis, Indiana. Victoria F. Hatfield; Certificate #16781

Indiana Marriages, 1811-2007, database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:XXV4-VYJ : 21 January 2016), Nicholas G Kaough and Ethel M Hatfield, 05 Apr 1910; citing Allen, Indiana, United States, FHL microfilm 2,111,527. Page #111

Indiana Marriages, 1811-2007, database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:XXJ2-NQG : 21 January 2016), Frank J Hatfield and Melvia Dennis, 23 Oct 1918; citing Allen, Indiana, United States, FHL microfilm 2,130,028. Page #425

Birth: 1862 - Allen County, Indiana

United States Census, 1920, database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:MFQ8-PTZ : accessed 2 March 2017), Victoria Hatfield Lafayette, Allen, Indiana, United States; citing ED 10, sheet 4A, Line #29, Dwelling # 71, Family #71, NARA microfilm publication T625 (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1992), roll 420; FHL microfilm 1,820,420.

Indiana State Board of Health. Birth Certificates, 1907-1940. Microfilm. Indiana Archives and Records Administration, Indianapolis, Indiana. John Earl Hatfield; Certificate #322

Residence: 16 Apr 1910 - Lafayette Township, Indiana

United States Census, 1910, database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:MKL5-HGX : accessed 2 March 2017), Victoria Hatfield, Line #79; Lafayette, Allen, Indiana, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) ED 9, sheet 1B, Dwelling #20, Family #20, NARA microfilm publication T624 (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1982), roll 338; FHL microfilm 1,374,351.

Residence: 13 Jan 1920 - Lafayette Township, Indiana

United States Census, 1920, database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:MFQ8-PTZ : accessed 2 March 2017), Victoria Hatfield Lafayette, Allen, Indiana, United States; citing ED 10, sheet 4A, Line #29, Dwelling # 71, Family #71, NARA microfilm publication T625 (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1992), roll 420; FHL microfilm 1,820,420.

Death: 12Jun 1945 - Fort Wayne, Indiana

Indiana State Board of Health. Death Certificates, 1900-2011. Microfilm. Indiana Archives and Records Administration, Indianapolis, Indiana. Victoria F. Hatfield; Certificate #16781

Buried: 15 Jun 1945 - Saint Joseph's Catholic Cemetery

Indiana State Board of Health. Death Certificates, 1900-2011. Microfilm. Indiana Archives and Records Administration, Indianapolis, Indiana. Victoria F. Hatfield; Certificate #16781 

Parnin, Victoria (I165)
 
244 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I5507)
 
245 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I11064)
 
246

According to the 1930 Census, Hattie's parents were born in Holland.

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Spyke, Hattie (I8738)
 
247

According to the book Descendants of Robert Kelsay written by FredDKel say, the Cary family information came from the following sources: 1. John Cary, the Plymouth Pilgrim by Seth C Cary, DorchesterCenter,B oston, 1911 2. Genealogical Dictionary of the EarlySettlers of New England, byJam es Savage, 1860 - 1862 3. "Adams,Cary, Standish," NEHGS_Register, Vol 49, New EnglandHistori cal andGenealogical Society 4. History of North Bridgewater, Plymouth Co.,MA, by BradfordKingman, B oston, 1866

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Cary, William (I3176)
 
248

According to the caretaker at Allen/Owingsville Cemetery, Lacy was ama ilman in Owingsville, Kentucky.

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Harmon, Ewing Lacy (I7257)
 
249

According to the caretaker of Allen/Owingsville Cemetery inOwingsville , Kentucky Dewey "Pop" Harmon owned and operated a grocerystore in Owi ngsville for years.

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Harmon, Dewey "Pop" (I7260)
 
250

According to the caretaker of the Fleming County Cemetery, Earl andhis w ife Josie died in Ohio. They were both cremated and broughtback to Ke ntucky to be buried in the Fleming County Cemetery.

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Harmon, Earl E (I16757)
 

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