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The 1920 census shows Mertin's first name to be Ulyses.[marlow.GED]

The 1920 census shows Mertin's first name to be Ulyses.[steel.GED]

The 1920 census shows Mertin's first name to be Ulyses. 
VICK, Ulysses Mertin (I1644)
 
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Death: Personal knowledge. Dorothy Clements called relati ng thatGene had died at his home from congestive heart fai lure.

Death: Personal knowledge. Dorothy Clements called relati ng thatGene had died at his home from congestive heart fai lure.

Death: Personal knowledge. Dorothy Clements called relati ng thatGene had died at his home from congestive heart fai lure.

Death: Personal knowledge. Dorothy Clements called relati ng thatGene had died at his home from congestive heart fai lure.

Death: Personal knowledge. Dorothy Clements called relati ng thatGene had died at his home from congestive heart fai lure.

Death: Personal knowledge. Dorothy Clements called relati ng thatGene had died at his home from congestive heart fai lure.

Death: Personal knowledge. Dorothy Clements called relati ng thatGene had died at his home from congestive heart fai lure. 
STEELE, Eugene Forest (I2130)
 
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I don't Think that William was ever married to Cora Grace Gongwer.Info from Sherry Ramin William's grandaughter. 
CONGWER, Cora Grace (I3706)
 
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Notes from Bonnie Fincher Rodgers on picture of St. Mary Magdalene Church:
From an original watercolour by Harry Pearman of Earls Common. Published and produced by RJL Smith and Associates Much Wenlock Shropshire. I, Bonnie Fincher Rodgers, was thrilled when I received this Christmas card from Eileen and Frank Fincher. I had corresponded with her before and she has sent documents and information on our family from there. Most of the Finchers from 1500 and 1600, until the mid 1700s are buried in this Church and Church Yard. Some were buried at St. Peters Church in Worcester. St. Peters no longer stands, but is now a parking lot. Our Francis the Elder was buried there. They are currently raising money to repair some of the timbers on the roof. I sat in this small, but beautiful, church and tried to imagine just what it like back when our Francis gave up his church and became a Quaker. In 1540, this church was known as "Lady Chapel".

Shell Manor was purchased by the Fincher Family in 1549. The Fincher name was carried in Shell Manor until 1755, when Phillip Fincher died. It then passed to the female co-heir, Mary Hornblower. You will find all the details in "The Victoria History of the Counties of England WORCESTERSHIRE, published for the University of London Institute of Hisorical Research by Dawsons of Pall Mall. This book can be found in most Genealogial Research Libraries. The person in the photo is Bonnie Fincher Rodgers, who is the 10th generation of Fransis Fincher, the immigrant. Shell Monor, Shell Cottage, the Silver Chalice, St. Mary Magdalene Church are pictures shared by Bonnie and her husband, Buel, taken on their fall 1998 vacation to England.

The picture of the Silver Chalice denotes a silver cup donated to the church by John Fincher, of Shell Manor in Himbleton, 1656. It was augmented (more metal added) and it was inscribed in 1688. This cup was for communion services. 
FISHER, FRANCIS THE ELDER2 (I978)
 
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Estella E. Stidham Bentel
BIRTH 11 Apr 1866
Pennsylvania, USA
DEATH 19 May 1923 (aged 57)
Rochester, Beaver County, Pennsylvania, USA
BURIAL
Beaver Cemetery and Mausoleum
Beaver, Beaver County, Pennsylvania, USA
PLOT Section T ;Lot/Crypt Number 100 ;Grave/Tier Number 5
MEMORIAL ID 83432011 · View Source

Family Members
Parents
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John Gordon Stidham
1838–1912

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Charity Baker Stidham
1841–1916

Spouse
Charles William Bentel
1871–1957

Siblings
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George Andrew Stidham
1868–1946

 
BENTEL, Estella E Stidham (P183)
 
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9 Internment at Evergreen Cemetery, Walthill, NE DRALLE, Anna (I32)
 
10 1850 Columbiana County, Ohio, Census, Liverpool Township, page 125,11 Jul 1850

William George, farmer, age 35, born Ohio, Nancy age 38, born PA, (Allchildren born in Ohio) James, age 17; Sarah, age 13; Reed?, age 12;Betsey, age 11; Mary, age 9; Nancy, age 7; Margaret, age 6; Zening(male), age 4; Amy, age 1; Ann, age 1.
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Cause of Death: Sruck by a freight train on C & NW RR i n Wheatland,Clinton Co., IA.
Political Affiliation: according to Betty Wooten, he was a Democrat in1876.
Where lived: according to Bety Wooten, he emigrated in 1854 to ClintonCo., IA, then moved in 1876 to Wheatland, IA.
Offices held: According to Betty Wooten, in 1876 he served as TownshipTrustee & Justice o f the Peace.
Death: Scott Co., Iowa Cemetery Records , Big Rock Cemetery, LedgerBook Block 3, Lot 9, shows W. M. George. (no record of any burial,according to Betty Wooten). Per 5 Mar 1985 letter to Betty Wooten fromScott Co. IA Gen Soc, W. M. George purchased lot 9 block 3 of Big RockCemetery.

Found in Mrs. Leora Sitton George's receipe box (she is wife of AndrewJackson George, grandson of William M. and Nancy Reed George): John'sparents: William George, Ohio, was born 31 Jan 1813; Nancy Reed wasborn 30 Nov 1812; 11 children: James, eldest son, born Sept 18, 1835;Sarah b. 28 Dec 1836; Ruel Reed b. Ohio 2 May 1838; Elisabeth, b. 20Mar 1840; Mary Reed b 1 8 Dec 1841; Nancy b. 10 Sep 1843; Margaret b.18 May 1845; Zenion b. 23 Jun 1848; Ann Amy b. 31 Mar 1849, John, b.Ohio 16 Nov 1851; Clara, b 20 Jan 1856 died 4 Jan 1860. 
GEORGE, William M. (I3026)
 
11 1860 Federal Census; Brownville Precinct, Nemaha, Nebraska;Enumerated 3 July 1860; Hill Atkinson, Asst. Marshall; Page 78

Name Age Occupation POB

Joseph Beard 33 Farmer Kentucky
Elizabeth 28 Illinois
Franklin 10 Illinois
Sarah 8 Illinois
Bella 3 Nebraska
John 1 Nebraska
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1870 Federal Census; Brownville Precinct, Nemaha, Nebraska; Enumerated3 August 1870; William Daily, Asst. Marshall; Page 44

Name Age Occupation POB

J.A. Beard 41 Farmer Kentucky
Elisabeth 39 Keeping House Iowa
Francis D. 18 Works on Farm Illinois
Sarah E. 17 At School Illinois
Amelia B. 12 At School Nebraska
John M. 11 At School Nebraska
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1880 Federal Census; Brownville Precinct, Nemaha, Nebraska; Enumerated16 June 1880; Page 40

Name Status Age Occupation POB FPOB MPOB

Beard, Joseph Head 50 Farmer IL IL IL
Beard, Elizabeth Wife 47 Keeping house IL KY KY
Beard, John Son 21 NE IL IL
Zook, Reuben Adopted 14 IA IA IA
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1900 Federal Census; Brownville Precinct, Nemaha, Nebraska; Enumerated20th 22nd June 1900; Thomas C. Diltz, Enumerator; Page 9
Years No. Children
Name Relation DOB Age Married Children Living POBFPOB MPOB Occupation

Joseph Beard Head Feb 1824 76 55 KY Ireland NJ Farmer
Elizabeth Wife Jan 1826 74 55 4 2 IL KY KY
Claude S Gson July 1880 19 MO NE INLaborer
Joseph H Gson Feb 1882 17 NM NE IN
Thomas A. Brother Feb 1826 74 IL Ireland NJ Blind
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Joseph Beard Obituary from THE NEMAHA ADVERTISER [sometime followingSept. 26, 1906]

Jospeh Beard died at his home on the bottom road between Nemaha andBrownville on Wednesday morning, Sept. 26. The deceased was one of theold settlers of the county, coming here over fifty years ago, and hadlived on the farm where he did nearly all of this time. He has been inpoor health for a long time, suffering from a cancer on his face anddropsy. The funeral services were held at the house at 11 o'clockThursday and the body taken to Brownville for burial [possiblySheridan Cemetery]. The deceased leaves an aged wife and twochildren--John M. Beard, of Ravenna, Neb., and Mrs. William Gillespie,living between Nemaha and Brownville.
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Certified Copy of Marriage License #342; Original on file with CassCounty Clerk and Recorder; 100 E. Springfield St., Virginia, IL 62691.

Husband: Joseph Beard
Wife: Elizabeth T. Richardson
Marriage Date: 6 May A.D. 1851
Place: Beardstown, Cass County, Illinois
Joined By: James Shaw
Filed By: S.F. Sandus (or Sandees), Clerk of the County
Copy Certified By: Michael C. Kirchner, Clerk and Recorder, October23, 2002 
BEARD, Joseph Alexander (I3038)
 
12 1870 Census reports Warren Sabin living in Howard Twp, Tama County,Iowa.
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1900 Census; Bartlett Precinct, Wheeler County, Nebraska; EnumeratedJune 6, 1900; Cler McLellan, Enumerator; Page 3

Birth Years No. Children Birth
Name Status Mo. Year Age Married Children Living State Father Mother Occupation
Warren Sabin Head Dec 1867 34 14 3 3 Iowa Ohio NYStockman
Ella A. Wife May 1870 30 14 3 3 Iowa KY Indiana
Tacie E. Dau Jun 1887 12 0 0 0 Neb Iowa Iowa AtSchool
James E. Son Oct 1889 10 0 0 0 Neb Iowa Iowa AtSchool
Mary L. Dau Jul 1893 6 0 0 0 Neb Iowa Iowa AtSchool
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SABIN, Warren Elwood (I2722)
 
13 1876 History of the Early Settlers of Sangamon County, Illinois; ByJohn Carroll Power; published by Edwin A. Wilson & Co., Springfield,Illinois; 1876.

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CANTRALL.--The origin of the family in America was with ZebulonCantrall, who came from Wales, and settled in Philadelphia, Penn.,about the year 1700. There is a tradition in the family that be builtthe first brick house ever erected in that city. Zebulon Cantrall hada son, Joseph. He had a son, Joshua, who was born August 8, 1748,either in Pennsylvania or Virginia, most probably the latter. He was asoldier in the war for American Independence. This Joshua Cantrallmarried and had nine sons, but no daughter. Four of his sons diedwithout families. Of the other five, Joshua, born in Virginia, raiseda family, and died August 11, 1840, in DeWitt county, Ill. The otherfour, Zebulon G., William G., Levi and Wyatt, are the subjects of thefollowing sketches.


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CANTRALL, ZEBULON G. was born June 29, 1773, in Botetourt county,Virginia. He was a brother of Joshua, William G., Levi and Wyatt. Thefamily moved in 1789, to Bath county, Ky. Zebulon G. was marriedthere, August 31, 1797, to Sarah McCallum. They moved to Clarkecounty, Ohio, from there to Sangamon county, Ill., arriving in thefall of 1833. In the spring of 1834 they moved to DeWitt county, Ill.They had fourteen children; two died young. Of the twelve--

ANN, born August 31, 1798, in Bath county, Ky., married John Branson.See his name. She died May 16, 1822.

JOSHUA, born April 3, 1802, in Kentucky, was married in 1828, inButler county, Ohio, to Eliza Scott. He died Oct. 12, 1860, in DeWittcounty, and Mrs. C. resides with her daughter, SARAH, the wife ofIrvin Daniels, near Warrensville, Ill. Her son, John S., lives inKansas.

AGNES M., born Sept. 12, 1806, in Kentucky, married John McIntire. Sheis a widow, and resides with her brother William.

JOHN M., born Feb. 22, 1808, in Kentucky, was married in Champaigncounty, Ohio, Nov. 13, 1830, to Joanna M. Jones. They had elevenchildren; two died in infancy. Of the nine children: WILLIAM J.,ZEBULON D., ELIZABETH, IRA J., MARY A., (the latter died in Nov.,1875.) MILES T., ALMA J., EFFIE and JOHN C., the latter died in thespring of 1872. John M. Cantrall died Feb. 11, 1863, and his widowdied Sept., 1870, both in DeWitt county, Ill.

JAMES M., born April 10, 1810, in Kentucky, was married August 9,1832, to Eliza McLaughlin. They had three daughters; one died young.ELMIRA married Abner J. Lutz, and lives near Lincoln, Ill. ELIZA J.married Mr. Piatt, and lives in Lincoln. James M. Cantrall died April27, 1866, and his widow lives in Lincoln, Ill.

SARAH, born March 14, 1812, in Clarke county, Ohio, was married inSangamon county, Ill., Jan. 14, 1834, to Joshua M. Cantrall. See hisname.

ZEBULON P., born Jan. 17, 1814, in Clark county, Ohio, was married inwhat is now Logan county, Ill., Oct. 16, 1838, to Elizabeth Paulk.They had six children; two died young. AMOS A., born May 11, 1845, inLogan county, enlisted Sept., 1861, in Co. L, 4th Ill. Cav. Serveduntil June, 1866, when he was honorably discharged. He lives nearCisco, Piatt county. MARTHA J., born Oct. 3, 1842, was married June 9,1862, to Samuel Mott. They have six children. GEORGE A., SARAH E.,LEWIS A., JAMES A., EFFIE C. and ALVA, and live near Argenta, Maconcounty, Ill. SARAH A., born Dec. 25, 1844, was married March 23, 1871,to Theodore A. Funk. She died April 30, 1872. MARY E., born Jan. 8,1848, was married Jan. 12, 1871, to Edwin C. Hunsley. They have twochildren, LAURA A. and INEZ, and live near Cisco, Ill. Mrs. ElizabethCantrall died June 12, 1852, and Z. P. Cantrall was married to Mrs.Rachel Doyle. She died Oct., 1865, and Z. P. Cantrall was marriedMarch 14, 1872, to Mrs. Mary Harp, whose maiden name was Everly. Theyreside near Chesnut, Logan county, Ill.

ELIZA, born July 4, 1816, in Clark county, Ohio, was married Oct. 5,1834, to Jeremiah Duncan. She died Jan. 29, 1854, leaving sevenchildren. MARY L., HELEN A., the latter born in 1840, in Logan county,was married to George Whiteman. They live at Waynesville, Ill. AMY L.married Mr. Condell, and he died. WILLIAM W. married Roxanna Cushman.They had two children. REBECCA S. married Mortimer Sampson. They haveone child, and live in Waynesville. JEREMIAH P. lives in Waynesville.

REBECCA and RACHEL, twins, born July 25, 1818, in Ohio. REBECCAmarried in June, 1836, to Jacob F. Sampson. They had three children.Mrs. S. died March 24, 1849. The children live in Kansas.

RACHEL was married in 1842 to Chas. Graves, and resides with herdaughter, FANNIE Storer, near Plum Grove, Butler county, Kansas. Herson, John W. Graves, resides at Centralia, Ill.

WYATT, born May 11, 1821, in Ohio, married Louisa Stevens. She died,and he married Mary A. Day. He died Jan. 7, 1875, leaving a widow nearLane, Franklin county, Kansas.

WILLIAM L., born May 15, 1823, in Ohio, was married Oct. 26, 1843, toMelinda Stout. They had eight children. ANN, born in 1844, was marriedin DeWitt county to Joel Hopesberger. They have four children, andlive near Kenney station. EMELINE, born in 1846, married ThomasWatson. They have three children, and live near Kenney Station. JOHNK., JESSE, WILLIAM and ADDIE. Mrs. Melinda Cantrall died March 10,1864, and W. L. Cantrall was married in 1865 to Christine Everly, andlives near Chesnut, Logan county, Ill.

Mrs. Sarah Cantrall died May 26, 1843, and Zebulon G. Cantrall diedSept. 11, 1845, both in DeWitt county, near Waynesville.


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CANTRALL, WM. G., was born Sept. 6, 1784, in Botetourt, Va. Hisparents moved to Bath county, Ky., in 1789. He was there married, in1804, to Deborah Mitts, who was born Nov. 16, 1785, in Virginia. Soonafter marriage they moved from Bath county to the vicinity of NewLondon, Huron county, O., and then moved to Pickaway county. They hadten children in Ohio, and the family moved to Sangamon county, Ill.,arriving Nov. 1, 1824, in what is now Fancy creek township, on whatwas then called Higgins creek, but now called Cantrall's creek. Twochildren were born in Sangamon county. Of all their children--

DOROTHY, born March 15, 1805, in Ohio, married in Sangamon county toCharles Snelson. They had seven children, moved to DesMoines county,near Burlington, Iowa, where Mrs. Snelson died. The family live there.

ANN, born Aug. 1, 1806, in Ohio, married in Sangamon county to John W.Snelson. They had eight children, and moved to Keokuk county, Iowa,where Mrs. Snelson died. The family live there.

ELIZABETH, born Aug. 29, 1808, in Ohio, married in Sangamon county toJoseph D. Langston. See his name.

JOSHUA M., born Dec. 17, 1810, in Pickaway county, O., was married inSangamon county, Jan. 14, 1834, to Sarah Cantrall. She was born March14, 1812, near Urbana, O. They had eight children in Sangamon county;six died under eight years. Of the other four: ZEBULAN G., born May 7,1835, married Elizabeth J. Lilly, a native of Augusta county, Va. Theyhave six children, MARY A., MELISSA E., ARMINTA and AMELIA (twins),CELIA J. and NOAH MATHENY, and live in Fancy creek township. WILLIAMG., Jun., born Feb. 20, 1837, married Mary J. Randall. They have fourliving children, MARCUS N., SARAH M., MARY L. and LOUISA M., and livein Fancy creek township. JACOB M., born Dec. 25, 1841, married MarianJ. Tufts., who was born near Buffalo, N. Y. They have one child, ADDIEE., and reside in Fancy creek township. MAHALA E., born Oct. 4, 1845,married Oct. 9, 1873, to George W. Bailey, being his second wife. Hewas born in Hawkins county, Tenn. He was a soldier in the 5th Tenn.Inf. in the Mexican war, in 1846 and '7; came from Mexico to Sangamoncounty in 1848. He enlisted in 1862 for three years, in Co. H, 114Ill. Inf.; was commissioned as Captain at the organization of theregiment. His health failing, he resigned in May, 1863, and lives inSalisbury township. Joshua M. Cantrall resides in Fancy creektownship, eight miles north of Springfield.

THIRZA, or THERESA, born Nov. 8, 1812, in Ohio, married in Sangamoncounty, to Edward Guyott. She died Oct. 7, 1851, three months aftermarriage. He married again, and lives in Springfield.

ADAM M., born Feb. 27, 1815, in Ohio, married in Sangamon county toDelilah Smith. They had nine children. JEREMIAH married Etta Drone,and live in Fancy creek township. HARRIET married Wm. Brisentine;moved to Dallas county, Texas, in 1853. She died there, leaving onechild. WM. L. BRISENTINE lives with his granduncle, Joshua M.Cantrall. See his name. Adam Cantrall and his wife live at Riverton.

DEBORAH, born Feb. 16, 1817, in Ohio, married in Sangamon county toMarshal S. Randall. They have twelve children, and reside near BlueMound, Christian county. Their daughter, Mary J., married Wm. G.Cantrall, Jun. See his name.

MAHALA, born Dec. 4, 1818, in Ohio, married in Sangamon county toNewton Street. She died, and he resides in Montgomery county.

SUSANNAH, born Nov. 23, 1820, in Ohio, married in Sangamon county toLeonard Mitts. See his name.

WILLIAM M., born Dec. 22, 1822, in Ohio, married in Sangamon county toAdaline Claywell. They had nine children; two died under six years.JULIA A. married Leander Jones, have three children, and reside inSalisbury township. MIRANDA married Rollin V. Mallory. See his name.JAMES M., PERCY--DEBORAH J. is a cripple, having had eight inches ofbone taken from one of her lower limbs -- LEWIS E. and SARAH E. Thelatter is a deaf mute, and is being educated at the State Institutionat Jacksonville. The five unmarried reside with their mother. WilliamM. Cantrall enlisted July, 1862, for three years, in Co. C, 114 Ill.Inf.; was appointed Sergeant at the organization. Disease was broughton by over-exertion at the battle of Guntown, Miss., June 10, 1864,and he died in hospital at Memphis, Tenn., July 9, 1864. His widow andunmarried children live in Fancy creek township, eight miles north ofSpringfield.

MIRANDA J., born May 12, 1826, in Sangamon county, married WilliamSnelson. They had one child, CHAS. H. SNELSON, and William S. diedMarch 9, 1853. His widow was married March 4, 1858, to SamuelMellinger, who was born Jan. 27, 1832, in Franklin county, Pa. Theyhave four children, WILLIAM C., MAHALA A., DEBORAH A. and LUCY E.,live with their parents in Fancy creek township. Mr. Mellinger had onechild by a former wife, SAMUEL I. He lives with his father. SamuelMellinger enlisted Aug. 12, 1862, in Co. C, 114 Ill. Inf., for threeyears; served full term, and was honorably discharged Aug. 3, 1865.

ANDREW J., born Jan. 4, 1829, in Sangamon county, died March 15, 1842.

Mrs. Deborah Cantrall died March 15, 1856, and William G. Cantrall,Sen., died March 6, 1867, on the farm settled by them in 1824, inFancy creek township.


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CANTRALL, LEVI, was born Oct. 1, 1787, in Botetourt county, Va. He wastaken by his parents in 1789 to that part of Mercer which afterwardsbecame Bath county, Ky. He was there married Nov. 30, 1809, to FannyEngland. They had one child in Kentucky, and the family moved, in1811, to Madison county, O., where five children were born. They thenmoved to Madison county, Ill., in Oct., 1819; moved on and arrivedwhere Springfield now stands, Dec. 4, 1819, and reached the north sideof the river, in what is now Fancy Creek township, on the fifth, madethe selection of a location on the seventh, and commenced building acabin Dec. 8, 1819. They had seven children in Sangamon county. Oftheir thirteen children--

THOMAS, born Oct. 11, 1810, in Bath county, Ky., married Oct. 3, 1831,in Sangamon county, to Priscilla D. McLemore, who was born Sept. 14,1814, in Tennessee. They had nine children, namely: CLARISSA, bornJan. 20, 1833, unmarried, and resides at the house of H. H. Holland.TURNER H., born May 9, 1834, last heard from in Alabama. YOUNG M.,born April 30, 1836, married, 1861, to Ellen Graham; had one child,THOMAS E., and Y. M. Cantrall enlisted in 1862 for three years, in Co.C, 114 Ill. Inf., and died in the army. His widow and son reside inAthens. LEVI, born July 16, 1838, died, aged nineteen. NANCY A., bornMarch 25, 1840, married Egbert Mallory. See his name. THOMAS J., bornDec. 21, 1842, served three years in the 10th Ill. Cav., was honorablydischarged, and lives in Nebraska. FANNY P., born March 2, 1843,married James D. Mallory. See his name. MARY E., born Dec. 8, 1844, isa teacher in Springfield. Mrs. Priscilla D. Cantrall died, and ThomasC. married June 12, 1848, to Elizabeth Estel. They had four children.MARTHA E., born June 12, 1849, married and died in Logan county.ROBERT H., born July 16, 1851, married Miss Goff, has one child, andresides near Athens. WILLIAM M., born April 16, 1853, and CHARLES H.,born Dec. 29, 1855, reside with their mother. Thomas Cantrall lost hislife by a runaway team dragging a saw-log over him, in 1858. His widowand unmarried children reside near Athens.

ANN, born July 17, 1812 in Madison county, O., married in Sangamoncounty to Edward Ridgeway. They had three children, and Mr. R. died in1834. His widow married Ferdinand Meeker, and had several children.She died in Logan county. Her daughter, NANCY RIDGEWAY, married JamesMilam, and resides in Buffalo Hart, Ill. Her daughter, DULCINA MEEKER,married Jeremiah Lashbaugh, and resides in Illiopolis township.

NANCY, born Sept. 15, 1813, in Madison county, O., married in Sangamoncounty to Turner Holland. See his name.

STEPHEN L., born April 4, 1815, in Madison county, O., married inSangamon county to Mary Ridgeway. They had three children. FANNYmarried George Provines, has seven children, and reside near Clinton.ALMYRA married Samuel Mellinger, and died, leaving one child. SamuelMellinger married Mrs. Miranda Snelson, whose maiden hame wasCantrall. GEORGE W. enlisted Aug., 1862, for three years, in Co. I,114 Ill. Inf., and died in the army. Mrs. Mary Cantrall died inBuffalo Hart grove, and Stephen L. Cantrall died in 1874, at the houseof his brother Joshua.

SELINDA, born Nov. 14, 1816, in Ohio, died in Sangamon county, attwelve or thirteen years of age.

ELEANOR, born Oct. 17, 1818, in Ohio, married in Sangamon county toJohn Jordan, and resides near Olathe, Kan.

ELIZABETH, born May 26, 1820, in Sangamon county, married JamesDriskell. Mrs. Driskell died. One son, DAVID, enlisted in Co. C, 114,Ill. Inf., in Aug., 1862, for three years, and died at home of diseasecontracted in the army. Another son, LEVI, resides in Menard county.

LEVI, Jr., born March 17, 1822, in Sangamon county, married toElizabeth C. King, who was born July 11, 1828, in Tennessee. They hadfour children. JASPER H., born March 23, 1847, married Sarah E.Wagner, has three children, WILLIAM H., BERTRAM and JOSEPH, andresides near Paxton. WILLIAM M., born March 1, 1849, married MinnieWells, has two children, ALVIN N. and WILLIAM V., and resides nearIlliopolis. MARY E. married Sept. 2, 1874, to Benjamin F. Warren, hasone child, HARRY N., and resides near Illiopolis. ALFRED N. resideswith his mother. Levi Cantrall, Jr., died March 14, 1868, and hiswidow married Sept. 2, 1874, to Enoch Primm.

RACHEL, born Feb. 29, 1824, in Sangamon county, married JohnOverstreet. See his name.

CHARLES S., born Jan. 6, 1826, in Sangamon county, married Jan. 7,1845, to Emily M. Vandergrift, who was born Oct. 6, 1830. They had twochildren. MARY E., born June 13, 1848, married Jan. 25, 1866, toStephen O. Price, has two children, and resides near Lincoln.MACDONALD, born Aug. 22, 1851, married Aug. 4, 1870, to MargaretPeden, has two children, and resides in Springfield. Mrs. Emily M.Cantrall died Jan. 29, 1852, and C. S. Cantrall married June 20, 1852,to Lucy Swearengin, who was born Oct. 15, 1828. She died April 14,1853. C. S. Cantrall married April 26, 1855, to Harriet A. Graham, whowas born Feb. 17, 1836, in Athens. They have nine children, CHARLESH., THOMAS D., ALICE, JOHN W,, LEVI G., WILLIAM H., FANNY A., HOMER E.and IDA. Charles S. Cantrall had one leg amputated, caused by disease.It was done in Sept., 1871. He resides two miles west of Illiopolis.

JOSHUA, born July 28, 1828, in Sangamon county, married RebeccaHedrick. They had thirteen children; three died in infancy. Of theother ten, LAFAYETTE was married July 23, 1874, to Gussie Chambers,and lives in Illiopolis township. FANNIE SELINDA married BenjaminCapps. See his name. CARLISLE, BARTON R., JULIA A., MACDONALD, LAURAE., CLARA P., LEVI and BENJAMIN, and reside one and a half miles westof Illiopolis.

JESSE, born April 7, 1830, in Sangamon county, married Eliza J. Humes.They had ten children. He enlisted Aug., 1862, for three years, in Co.C, 114th Ill. Inf. He was commissioned 2d Lieut. at the organization,promoted to Captain, and served as such to the end of the rebellion,and was honorably discharged. He moved with nis family to Black Bob,Johnson county, Kansas.

MACDONALD, born April 5, 1833, in Sangamon county, married NarcissaHedrick. They had one child, and Mr. Crantrall died Sept. 15, 1872.His widow and son, CHARLES, reside in Menard county, five milesnortheast of Cantrall.

Mrs. Fanny Cantrall died Sept. 10, 1835, and Levi Cantrall married May27, 1836, to Mrs. Ann Barnett, whose maiden name was Patterson. Theyhad five children, three of whom died in infancy. Of the other two--

FANNY L., born Oct. 9, 1838, in Sangamon county, married Jan., 1857,to Henry Graham. They have four living children, MARY A., WILLIAM,ARMINDA D. and JOSEPH, and reside near Athens, Menard county.

JOSEPH S., born Oct. 16, 1841, in Sangamon county, married Jan. 14,1869, to Margaret A. Canterbury. They have one child, DAISY E., andreside at Cantrall. He is one of the proprietors of the new town ofCantrall.

Levi Cantrall died Feb. 22, 1860, and his widow resides with their sonJoseph S., at Cantrall. The town of Cantrall was laid out on land heentered soon after coming to the country, and was named in honor ofhis memory.

INCIDENTS.

From a statement in writing made by Levi Cantrall a few months beforehis death, I learn that in building the cabin he commenced Dec. 8th,1819, about half a mile west of the present town of Cantrall, themortar froze so that he could not plaster it. December 24, 1819, snowbegan to fall, and continued one snow after another until it was twofeet deep on a level. The weather continued intensely cold, and acompany of seven men started to the American Bottom for provisions.They were Levi and Wyatt Cantrall, Alexander and Henry Crawford, M.Holland, a Mr. Kellogg and John Dixon, who afterwards founded the cityof Dixon, Ill. They loaded their wagons with flour and meal andstarted home on the eighteenth, and on the twentieth rain commencedfalling. The rain and melting snow set the whole country afloat, andwhen they reached the Sangamon river it was too full to cross. Theysent back to Kelly's--where Springfield now stands--for tools, andobtained an axe and grubbing hoe. With these they made a canoe, andreached home twenty-one days from the time of starting. On the 6th ofMay, 1820, the frost killed their growing corn. The settlers thoughtof moving back south, but they hauled up provisions before the nextwinter and lived through it.

Levi Cantrall built a horse mill in the fall of 1820. It was a bandmill, with a wheel forty feet in diameter. It was the first mill everbuilt north of the Sangamon river, and people came thirty miles ormore to mill. Mr. Cantrall built a water mill on Cantrall's creek,near the present town of Cantrall. It did sawing and grinding. He saysthe snow of 1830-31 was four feet on a level. Levi Cantrall kept atannery where he lived for more than forty years.


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CANTRALL, WYATT, was born Dec. 20, 1790, in Bath county, Ky., the sameyear that his parents moved from Botetourt county, Va. He was marriedin Bath county to Sally England, and moved to Clarke county, O., wherethey had three children, and then moved, in company with Mrs.Cantrall's father, Stephen England, to St. Clair county, Ill., in thefall of 1818, and in the spring of 1819 to what is now Fancy Creektownship, in Sangamon county, where they had six children. Of theirnine children--

ELIZA, born Sept. 8, 1813, in Ohio, married in Sangamon county to JohnMcLemore. He died in 1871, leaving a widow and two children atStirling, Whiteside county.

SAMUEL D., born Feb. 9, 1816, in Clarke county, O., married inSangamon county, March 6, 1837, to Sarah S. Alexander. They had sixliving children. ALBERT A. married March 6, 1862, to Martha Hunt. Heenlisted in Aug., 1862, in Co. C, 114 Ill. Inf., for three years, andwas appointed Sergeant. He was captured at the battle of Guntown,Miss., in June, 1864, and was placed in the Andersonville prison pen,where he remained about five months, and after that was taken from oneprison to another to prevent being released by the Union forces, andwas paroled March 1, 1865, and died of starvation and exposure March5, 1865, at Wilmington, N. C. WYATT E. married Grizella Holland.LUCINDA J. married B. F. Horn. HENRY married Emma E. Graham.

ELIZA married Henry Lake, son of Bayless, and MARGARET A. marriedIsaac Bates, son of Joseph. S. D. Cantrall lives two miles north ofCantrall.

DAVID P., born May 7, 1818, in Ohio, married in Sangamon county toEleanor McLemore, had three children, and she died. He married UrsulaBull, has three children, and lives in Iowa.

ZEBULON, born Aug. 11, 1823, in Sangamon county, and died in 1840.

WIATT E., born March 22, 1825, in Sangamon county, died in 1841.

STEPHEN E., born April 20, 1827, in Sangamon county, married CarolineBlue. They have seven children, and live at Black Bob, Johnson county,Kan.

WILLIAM J., born July 28, 1829, in Sangamon county, married LucyKingsbury, who died, and he married Calista Neil, have three children,and lives at Black Bob, Kan.

POLLY ANN, born Sept. 17, 1832, in Sangamon county, married ThomasHethcote, have one child, and live at Stirling, Whiteside county.

JOHN H., born Oct. 1, 1834, in Sangamon county, married EleanorStratton, have six children, and live in Iowa.

Mrs. Sally Cantrall died Aug. 1, 1840, in Sangamon county, and WiattCantrall married in the fall of 1841 to Mrs. Polly Kingsbury, whosemaiden name was Foster. They had one child--

JOSHUA P., born in 1843 in Sangamon county, married Grace Winters.They have one child, and live in Chase county, Kan.

Mrs. Polly Cantrall died about 1859, and Wiatt Cantrall resides atStirling, Whiteside county. 
CANTRELL, Anna (I3087)
 
14 1900 Census; Peru Precinct, Nemaha County, Nebraska; Enumberated June26, 1900; Joseph P. Gillilau, Enumerator; Page 198A

Birth Years No. Children Birth
Name Status Mo. Year Age Married Children Living State Father Mother Occupation

William Clary Head Aug 1861 38 13 6 6 Illinois IllinoisIllinois Labor
Louisa Wife Mar 1864 36 13 6 6 Indiana GermanyGermany
Maud E. Dau Jul 1887 12 0 0 0 Neb "Neb" IndianaAt School
June E. Dau Jun 1889 10 0 0 0 " " " "
Lestor W. Son Aug 1891 8 0 0 0 " " " "
Amelia Dau Jun 1894 5 0 0 0 " " "
Mary Dau Sep 1897 2 0 0 0 " " "
***** 
CLARY, Henry Leeper (I3197)
 
15 1900 Federal Census; Merced County, CA
Indicates Phoebi's father was born in Germany. 
HOFFEE, Theodurus (I2708)
 
16 8/23/02: Obtained copy of Marriage License/Certificate from NemahaCounty Clerk, Auburn Nebraska. Note that Lulu gives her mother's(Jessie's) maiden name as Foley. This suggests Minerva Baker may haveremarried, with new husband subsequently adopting Jessie, Lulu (notthis Lulu Belle Knapp), and Bounie. Minerva may have been marriedthree times. KNAPP, Lulu Belle "Lu" (I2773)
 
17 8/23/02: Sought marriage documentation from county courthouses inNebraska City (Otoe County) and Auburn (Nemaha County). None found.Will try remaining adjacent counties and Lincoln.
*****
8/24/02: Based on Samuel Clary Marriage License, looked for JosephBeard (Samuel's father-in-law) in 1900 Brownville, Nebraska FederalCensus. Found Claude S. and Joseph H. living with Joseph and ElizabethBeard. At the time, Joseph was 17 years old and was listed as a"Laborer."
*****
Joseph H. Clary self-reports his middle name as "Harum" on his SocialSecurity application; and Joseph Woodrow Clary (son) reports middlename as "Harum" on California Death Certificate. However, Joseph H.Clary knew his father, Samuel personally only during 1910. It isprobable that Joseph H. Clary did not know that his grandfather'sfirst name was Hiram. No birth certificate is available from NewMexico for 1882. However, it is probable that Joseph H. Clary's actualmiddle name was Hiram and not Harum. 
CLARY, Joseph Harum (I2710)
 
18 8/23/08: Viewed copy of Avis' funeral announcement (archived at Peru,Nebraska, Historica Foundation]. Indicated she died May 7, 1977, withservices held May 9, 1977. Announcement showed Avis' middle name asEssie. See additional notes under Claud S. Clary
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COLE, Avis Effie (I3031)
 
19 8/24/02: Found Dale Knapp's marker in Lafayette Cemetery; Brock,Nemeha, Nebraska. Indicated 1892-1918.
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According to Ruth Sabin (Dale's niece), Dale was married, but wife'sname is unknown. Family lore indicates Dale died from appendicitis. 
KNAPP, Everett "Dale" (I2917)
 
20 According to Federal Census of 1850 (Howard County, New York), Orrinwas a twin brother of Warren Sabin. SABIN, Orrin Godfrey (I2748)
 
21 According to Leonard Sabin, in oral history taken 11/07/2002, NinaIrland Cartier and Julie Cartier moved to El Centro, California, afterthe death of Ray Cartier. CARTIER, Raymond Alexander (I3644)
 
22 According to the 1900 Census for Pope Cty, AR - Robert was born in1874 SULLINS, Robert L (I2656)
 
23 According to the 1900 Census, Samuel's name is Oscar S Lee LEE, Samuel Oscar (I1842)
 
24 Ancestry.com. California Death Index, 1940-1997. [database online]Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 2000. Original electronic data: State ofCalifornia. California Death Index, 1940-1997. Sacramento, CA: Stateof California Department of Health Services, Center for HealthStatistics, 19--.

Surname 1st Sex Birth Date Death Date Birth Death SSN Mother's Maiden Name

IRLAND DORUS MALE 3 Mar 1899 15 May 1983 IOWA MERCED566100332 GEORGE 
IRLAND, Dorus (I2958)
 
25 Ancestry.com: 1840 Census; Howard, Steuben, New York; Image 5: Page224 -- Image on file.

W.C. Sabine
*****
Ancestry.com: 1850 Census; Howard, Steuben, New York -- Image on file.
***** 
SABIN, William Cady (I2740)
 
26 Ancestry.com: 1870 Federal Census; Napoleon, Henry County, Ohio;Enumerated July 12, 1870; W.D. Blackman, Asst. Marshall; Page 16

W.A. Baker 27 M Shoemaker 500 Ohio
Minerva 34 F Keeping House Ohio
Jessie 2 F Ohio
Jennie (?) 2/12 F Ohio
*****
Marriage information confirmed by Henry County, Ohio, Marriage LicenseNo. 237, dated December 6, 1866; James W. Haag, Probate Judge.
*****
Marriage city location based on passage from "Diaries and Letters ofRutherford B. Hays"; Volume 4 (1881-1891); Page 594; Rutherford B.Hayes Presidential Center; Spiegel Grove; Fremont, Ohio. Found onlineat: http://www.ohiohistory.org/onlinedoc/hayes/.

"August 19 [1890]. Tuesday. -- To Napoleon. Reached there from Toledoin forty-five minutes -- fast going -- and received by the mayor andcounty officials, and by Mr. Justin H. Tyler, the leading lawyer ofthe county, Judge Haag, and others of both parties, and taken to thegood hotel of Mr. Blair. In the evening I met many citizens ofNapoleon of all parties." 
BAKER, William A. (I3181)
 
27 Ancestry.com: 1910 Federal Census; Buffalo, Wheeler, Nebraska;Enumerated 15 April 1910; Page 1
*****
Ancestry.com: 1920 Federal Census; Buffalo, Wheeler, Nebraska;Enumerated 23-29 January 1920; Page 1 (sheet 3) 
SNELSON, James Henry (I3383)
 
28 Ancestry.com: 1920 Federal Census; Buffalo, Wheeler, Nebraska;Enumerated 23-29 January 1920; Page 1 (sheet 3) MEESE, Elmer "Roy" (I3238)
 
29 Ancestry.com: Dodd, Jordan R, et. al. Early American Marriages:Washington D.C. to 1825. Bountiful, UT: Precision Indexing Publishers,19xx.

Indiana
Parke County

Broyles Gatewood, Olive Richardson H.
Spouse: Broyles, Olive
Gatewood, Richardson H.
*****
Ancestry.com: 1850 Census; Hancock County, Illinois; Enumerated 6November 1850; Page 366

"Richard" H. Gatewood 38 Farmer Virginia
Olive 34 Kentucky
William H. 12 Indiana
Mary E. 10 Indiana
Charles E. 8 Indiana
John F. 6 Indiana
Margaret E. 4 Illinois
Richard H. 1 Illinois
*****
Ancestry.com: 1870 Census; Monroe, Mahaska County, Iowa; Enumerated26-27 July 1870; Page 290 (image 208)

J.F. Gatewood 26 Farmer Indiana
Mary E. 20 Keeping House Ohio
Charles H. 1 Iowa
Richard H. 79 Retired Farmer Virginia
Ignatious 13 At Home Iowa
Charles C. 15 Farm Labor Illinois 
GATEWOOD, Richardson Hunt "Richard" (I2946)
 
30 Ancestry.com; 1880 Federal Census; Harrison Twp, Jewell County,Kansas; Enumerated June 3, 1880; Page 2

Name Age Marital Status Occupation POB FPOB MPOB

Fidell Sabin 17 Single Laborer Illinois NewYork New York 
SABIN, Fidell (I2736)
 
31 Ancestry.com; 1880 Federal Census; Harrison Twp, Jewell County,Kansas; Enumerated June 3, 1880; Page 2

Name Age Marital Status Occupation POB FPOB MPOB

Wm J. Sabin 53 Married Farmer New York NewYork New York
Mary Ann 48 Married Keeping House Canada IrelandIreland
Henrietta 18 Single At Home Illinois NewYork New York
Elwood 18 Single Illinois New YorkNew York
Annie 7 Single Illinois New YorkNew York 
SABIN, William Jerome (I2728)
 
32 Ancestry.com; 1880 Federal Census; Harrison Twp, Jewell County,Kansas; Enumerated June 3, 1880; Page 3

Name Age Marital Status Occupation POB FPOB MPOB

Mary E. Snelson 40 Widow Farmer Indiana Georgia Kentucky
John W. 15 Single Farmer Iowa IllinoisIndiana
James H. 13 Single Farmer Iowa IllinoisIndiana
William F. 12 Single Farmer Iowa IllinoisIndiana
Ella A. 10 Single Iowa Illinois Indiana
Andrew J. 8 Single Iowa Illinois Indiana
Lula M. 7 Single Iowa Illinois Indiana
Oliva A. 3 Single Iowa Illinois Indiana

Notes from Census: Other sources have indicated James Henry Snelsondied in 1881. Data provided on this census suggests his death wasearlier. The two older boys had not attended school during the censusyear. The Snelson's appear just after the Sabin's, suggesting WarrenElwood Sabin and Ella Snelson were neighbors (they were married onlyseven years after this census). 
SNELSON, James Henry (I2944)
 
33 Ancestry.com; 1920 Federal Census East Side, Mille Lac's County,Minnesota; Enumerated 10 January 1920; Enumerated by Donald D.MacLeod; Sheet 62B (Image 12)

Name Relationship Age MStatus POB FPOB MPOB

William E. Irland Head 54 M Iowa Iowa NewHampshire
Mary Wife 48 M Iowa Ohio Ohio
Orvil Son 22 M Iowa Iowa Iowa
Minnie Daughter 17 M Iowa Iowa Iowa
Emma Daughter 15 M Iowa Iowa Iowa
Beaulah Daughter 12 M Iowa Iowa Iowa
Peter Son 10 M Iowa Iowa Iowa
Nina Daughter 8 M Iowa Iowa Iowa


Orvil, Minnie, Emma, Dorus, Peter, Nina 
IRLAND, William Eugene (I2720)
 
34 Ancestry.com; Database: IA 1850 Federal Census Index
Irland, William
State: New York Year: 1850
County: Cayuga Roll:
Township: Sterling Page: 185
*****
Ancestry.com; Database: IA 1860 Federal Census Index
Irland, William
State: IA Year: 1860
County: Delaware County Record Type: Federal Population Schedule
Township: South Fork Township Page: 489
*****
Dodd, Jordan, Liahona Research, comp. Wisconsin Marriages, 1835-1900.[database online] Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 2000. Original data: GrantCounty, Wisconsin Marriages, 1835-1890. County court records locatedat Lancaster, WI or FHL #1266662 and 1266982-1266988.

Database: Wisconsin Marriages, 1835-1900

Name Spouse Marriage Date CountyState

IRLAND, WILLIAM COLBURN, CELINDA L. 15 Jul 1861 Grant WI

[Note: Need to determine if Celinda L. Colburn was a married name] 
IRLAND, William (I2963)
 
35 Ancesty.com; Banks, Ray. World War I Civilian Draft Registrations,Las Vegas, NV: Ray Banks, 1995, 2000.
Sabin, James Elwood
Birth Date: 27 Oct 1888
Ethnicity: W
Birth Place: Genoa NE
City/County: Wheeler
State: NE 
SABIN, James Elwood (I2725)
 
36 Andreas' History of the State of Nebraska

W. C. CLARY, veterinary surgeon, was born in Sangamon County, Ill.,February 26, 1823. The portion of Sangamon County he was born in wasafterward made Menard County. He remained at home until 1858, in whichyear he settled in Nemaha County, Neb. He engaged in the practice ofhis profession in Peru, Nemaha County, about three years, then engagedin farming until he moved to Nebraska City in 1877. He was married inMenard County, August 19, 1847, to Miss Elizabeth Watkins of thatcounty. The Watkins were old residents of that section. She died,leaving six children--Robert M., George, Mary F., William M., HenryL., Ann S. He was married to his present wife in Nemaha County, Neb.,April 31, 1871. She was Miss Angelina G. Hayes, a native of Missouri.They have four children--Cora E., Martha E., Charles C., Lula E. Mr.and Mrs. C. are both members of the Christian Church.
 
CLARY, William Carrol (I3556)
 
37 ANDREW RASMUSSEN Sr. of Sacketts Harbour in the State of New York,late a pilot in the service of the United States on Lake Ontario, andacting as such on board the United States Schooner PERT commanded byLieutenant Commandant Samuel W. Adams, having been killed by the enemywhile reconnoitering a Battery near Fort George, on Lake Ontario whilein the line of his duty in the service of the United States, CatharineRasmussen widow of the said Andrew Rasmussen is entitled to receiveTwenty dollars per month from the Commissioner of Loans of the stateof New York, payable half yearly, on the first day of January, andfirst day of July, in every year, for the term of five years, tocommence on the twenty second day of July, Eighteen Hundred andThirteen, the day of said Andrew's decease.

Registered, (signed) Benjamin Homans
Secretary to the Board of Commissioners of the Navy Pension Fund

Andrew Rasmussen settled in the year 1805 on Lot #1, in the hamlet ofNorth Sterling, Cayuga, New York State. He had lived in Ontario
County, New York prior to moving to Cayuga. Andrew Rasmussen wasfatally shot at the Battle of Four Mile Creek at 15 minutes past 6p.m. on 22 July 1813. He died within one hour. Burial may have been atsea.
 
RASMUSSEN, Andrew Erasmus (I2964)
 
38 Bessie is buried next to her mother, Sarah Jane Colyott Lee. - SL5/14/99[marlow.GED]

Bessie is buried next to her mother, Sarah Jane Colyott Lee. - SL5/14/99[steel.GED]

Bessie is buried next to her mother, Sarah Jane Colyott Lee. - SL5/14/99 
LEE, Bessie Elizabeth (I1843)
 
39 Book B, (Marriage records, Iron Cty, MO 1857-1881) 8-19-1873  
40 Buried: Lincoln, Nebraska; Wyuka Cemetery; Space 4, Plot 718W. (Seeresearch notes for Helen Ann Clary.)
*****
Wyuka Cemetery Burial Permit # 15260
White Male Single Chile
Sexton will open grave no. 718 stage no. 3
Date in margin 2/9/25 [presumably the burial date]
For burial of Claude Robert Clary
Who died Feb 7, 1925
Born Oct 14, 1924
Aged 4 months 23 days
Disease Pneumonia
Late residence [unreadable]
Physician J.W. Caruthers
Undertaker B.J. Macy
Amount collected $7.50
Grave $5.00
Sodding $.50
Ex. Winter Funerals $2.00 
CLARY, Claude Robert (I2714)
 
41 Claud Clary Jr. met Arthur Clary in Los Angeles in the 1950s. Arthurowned a real estate company in Hollywood, California. According toArthur, Samuel Clary moved eventually to San Francisco (after 1910),where he died in 1927. Arthur said officials from San Franciscocontacted him in 1927, told him that Samuel had died, whereupon Arthurprovided some money for a burial. Arthur indicated that Samuel livedout his final years as a "wino" on the streets of San Francisco. CLARY, Arthur Elliot (I3047)
 
42 Columbiana County, Ohio Marriages, 1800-1870; copy provided by BettyWoodten

George, Thomas & Sarah Gonsallus m 14 Feb 1810 by Enos Thomas JP(1/73) 
Family F1188
 
43 Darke County Probate Court, 300 Grant Ave., Greenville, Ohio 45331:Journal Entry #648:

"Hiram Clary & Elizabeth Baker were legally married on the 30" day ofJanuary 1834 by H.D. Williams J.P."

A copy of this entry, received 10/19/2002, is in my possession.
*****
From More: Family History Library, Salt Lake City, UT, Film #1030772.
Marriage Index: Selected Counties of Ohio, 1789-1850
Married: Jan 30, 1833 in: Darke Co., OH
Spouse: Baker, Elizabeth
Gender: M
*****
1850 Federal Census; Noble Township, Wabash County, Indiana; Page 23;Enumerated September 12, 1850

NAME AGE SEX OCCUPATION PLACE OF BIRTH
Hiram Clary 40 M Cabinet Maker Ohio
Eliza 38 F [1st Wife] * Pennsylvania
Nancy J. 16 F Ohio
Ellen 13 F Ohio
Tipton 10 M Ohio
William 3 M Indiana

*Note: Comment added by Lynn Sabin 9/4/02
*****
1860 Federal Census; Town of Peru, Miami County, Indiana; Page 55;Enumerated June 14, 1860

NAME AGE SEX OCCUPATION PLACE OF BIRTH
Hiram Clary 50 M Cabinet Maker Ohio
Mary Ann 36 F 2nd Wife* Ohio
Nancy Jane 25 F Student Ohio
Mary E. 23 F Student Ohio
Tipton D. 21 M Printer Ohio
William 12 M Indiana
Thomas 10 M Indiana
Samuel F. 6 M Indiana

*This is written on the Census document
*****
Ancestry.com: Darke County, Ohio, Early Marriages

Clary, Daniel Scribner, Rhoda 06 Jan 1824 Henry D.Williams, JP, Washington Twp
Clary, Eliza Jane Waring, Francis 11 Dec 1840 Henry D.Williams, JP
Clary, Hiram Baker, Elizabeth 30 Jan 1833 Henry D.Williams, JP, Washington Twp
Clary, Isaac Barnet, Eliza 11 May 1824 Henry D. Williams,JP, Washington Twp
Clary, Nancy Dougless, John 25 Oct 1825 Alexander Smith, JP
Clary, Patience Warring, James L. 14 Apr 1842 DavidAngel, JP, Greenville Twp
Clary, Phebe (Mrs) Hamilton, Francis 06 Sep 1829 Henry D.Williams, JP, Washington Twp
Clary, Vachel Deane, Phebe 13 May 1824 Henry D. Williams,JP, Washington Twp
*****
Ancestry.com. Indiana Marriage Records Index, 1845-1920. Provo, UT:Ancestry.com, 2000. Original Data: Works Progress Administration.Index to Marriage Records Indiana: Indiana Works ProgressAdministration, 1938-1940.

Miami County, Indiana; Index to Marriage Record 1850-1920 InclusiveVolume I Letters A - L Inc.; Original Record Located County ClerksOffice, Peru, Indiana Compiled by Indiana Works ProgressAdministration 1938

County: Miami
Name: Hiram Clary
Spouse: Mary A. Long
Birth Date/Age:
Marriage Date: 16 Sep 1857
Book: C- 2
Original Source Page: 407

Hiram was a cabinet maker 
CLARY, Hiram (I3041)
 
44 Data obtained from Joseph Alexander Beard Certificate of Death #6522,Dated Sept. 26, 1906. Data on Certificate of Death was provided byJohn M. Beard, son of Joseph Beard.
*****
1850 Federal Census; Cass County, Illinois; enumerated 30 Nov 1850;Asst. Marshal: M. Shepherde; Page 80

John Beard 61 Farmer b. Tennessee
Mary Bunch 25 b. Kentucky
Joseph Beard 22 Farmer b. Kentucky
Thomas Beard 19 Farmer b. Kentucky
Anna Beard 53 b. Kentucky
*****
Dodd, Jordan. Kentucky Marriages to 1850. [database online] Provo, UT:Ancestry.com, 1997. Electronic transcription of marriage records heldby the individual counties in Kentucky.

Kentucky, Adair County
Beard Wisdom, John Ann
Spouse: Beard, John
Wisdom, Ann Marriage Date: 14 Oct 1811

Kentucky, Barren County
Beard Wisdom, John Ann
Spouse: Beard, John
Wisdom, Ann Marriage Date: 17 Oct 1811


 
BEARD, John Mason (I3042)
 
45 Data provided in 1900 Census indicates Jerusha Bennet was born inMassachusetts. This data was reported by a son.
*****
Data provided in 1850 Census indicates Jerusha was born in New York.Jerusha was living at this time, thus this is presumably the correctplace of birth.
*****
http://www.rootsweb.com/~nysteube/hw/hw11.html: Old TowlesvilleCemetery; Towlesville Center; Howard, Steuben, New York; contributedand typed by Annette Campbell

Jerusha Sabin b.17 Sep 1795 d. 6 Jul 1861
Wife of William C. Sabin
(nee BENNETT)

Hannah Swezey d. 9 Apr 1857 Age 33y27d
Daughter of William C. & Jerusha Bennett Sabin
Wife of Joel P. Swezey

 
BENNETT, Jerusha (I2741)
 
46 Data taken from 1900 Census for Tama County, Iowa.
*****
According to Federal Census of 1850 (Howard County, New York), Warrenwas a twin brother of Orrin Sabin.
*****
Ancestry.com. Iowa Cemetery Records. Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 2000.Original Data: Works Project Administration. Graves RegistrationProject. Washington, D.C.:n.p.
Page: 165
Name: Warren G. Sabin
Birth Date: 1836
Death Date: 1914
Cemetery: Rose Hill
Town: Howard 
SABIN, Warren Godfrey (I2749)
 
47 Data taken from 1900 Census for Tama County, Iowa.
*****
Ancestry.com. Iowa Cemetery Records. Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 2000.Original Data: Works Project Administration. Graves RegistrationProject. Washington, D.C.:n.p.
Page: 165
Name: Angela A. Sabin
Birth Date: 1855
Death Date: 1935
Cemetery: Rose Hill
Town: Howard 
A., Angela (I3085)
 
48 Emma "May" Knapp graduated from Brock School in 1906. She went on tocomplete studies at the Nebraska State Normal School (now Peru StateCollege), Peru, Nemaha, Nebraska. She went on to teach in the vicinityof Brock, Nebraska until her marriage in 1910. The 1910 Census forBrock shows her still living with her parents as of January 1, 1910.
***** 
KNAPP, Emma "May" (I2711)
 
49 Eva stated on the 1910 census that her father was born in Virginiaand her mother in Mississippi.

Graves at Witts Springs - Lucy E Marlow wife of William Marlow - died2/18/1909.[marlow.GED]

Eva stated on the 1910 census that her father was born in Virginia andher mother in Mississippi.

Graves at Witts Springs - Lucy E Marlow wife of William Marlow - died2/18/1909.[McCarty18.GED]

Eva stated on the 1910 census that her father was born in Virginia andher mother in Mississippi.

Graves at Witts Springs - Lucy E Marlow wife of William Marlow - died2/18/1909.[McCarty18.GED]

Eva stated on the 1910 census that her father was born in Virginia andher mother in Mississippi.

Graves at Witts Springs - Lucy E Marlow wife of William Marlow - died2/18/1909.[steel.GED]

Eva stated on the 1910 census that her father was born in Virginia andher mother in Mississippi.

Graves at Witts Springs - Lucy E Marlow wife of William Marlow - died2/18/1909. 
MARLOW, Lidia Evaline (I1649)
 
50 Found burial location on August 3, 2002. Location: Wyuka Cemetary;40th & "O" Street; Lincoln, Nebraska; Space 4, Plot 784. Gravesite isunmarked, plot number is missing. Used plot map provided by cemetarystaff. Established precise location by identifying adjacent plotnumbers.
*****
Information from Wyuka Cemetery Burial Permit # 16776

White Female Single Child
Sexton will open grave no. 784 in lot no. stage no. 4
In margin, there appears the date 7/9/27, presumably the burial date.
For Burial of Helen E. [should have been "A."] Clary
Who died July 7, 1927
Born Aug. 8, 1921
Aged 5 years 10 months 30 days
Place of Death St. Elizabeth Hos
Disease [unreadable] hemorhage
Late residence 3421 No 44 St
Physician H.B. Meuller
Undertaker Halarin & Lehneth
Amount Collected for lot $15.00
Grave $8.00
Sodding $1.00 
CLARY, Helen Ann (I2713)
 

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