Forrest C. Bricker1,2,3

M, b. 11 November 1893, d. 18 February 1957
FatherWilliam Henry Bricker4 b. 28 Dec 1858, d. 8 May 1929
MotherElla Landis4 b. 14 Jul 1860, d. 16 Apr 1926
ChartsJohn Bricker's Descendant Chart
     Forrest C. Bricker was born on 11 November 1893 in Hicksville, Defiance County, Ohio.5,3 He was the son of William Henry Bricker and Ella Landis.4 In the census of 22 June 1900 in Hicksville, Defiance County, Ohio, he is listed as the son of William Bricker. His name appears as Forrest Bricker. He is 6 years old and was born in Ohio, February 1893. His parents were also born in Ohio.6 ; 1906 - young boy. ; 1908 - maybe - Darrell Bricker, Forrest Bricker, unknown, and Vance Bricker. ; 1908 - maybe - Darrell Bricker, Forrest Bricker, unknown, and Vance Bricker. In the census of 25 April 1910 in Hicksville, Defiance County, Ohio, he is listed as the son of William H. Bricker. His name appears as Forest Bricker. He is 16 years old and was born in Ohio, as were his parents.7 In the census of 6 January 1920 in Fort Wayne, Allen County, Indiana, he is listed as a brother of Lena B. Bricker. His name appears as Forrest Bricker. He is 26 years old and single. The rest of the information on the census is unclear.8

     Forrest C. Bricker married Elsie Mildred Kelley, daughter of James Kelley and Emma Louise Piepenbrink, on 6 September 1920 in Fort Wayne, Allen County, Indiana. The best man was Elsie's cousin, Russel A. Smith.2,9,10
Forest and Elsie's first house.
Forrest C. Bricker was living in Fort Wayne, Allen County, Indiana, at the death of his mother, Ella Bricker on 16 April 1926.4 He survived the death of his father, William Henry Bricker, who died on 8 May 1929. ; family photo. Forrest C. Bricker Elsie (Kelley) Bricker
In the census of 4 April 1930 in Fort Wayne, Allen County, Indiana, Forest C. Bricker, shown as Forest Bricker, appears as a head of household which include his wife, Elsie Bricker . He is 36 years old and was first married at the age of 27. He was born in Ohio, as were his parents. He rents his home for $50 per month and owns a radio.11

     In 1937, Forrest and Elsie moved with their family to Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan. Elsie attended Redford High School, where she was the asistant feature editor for the school newspaper. She also worked on the yearbook and was a member of the Latin Club, Student Council, and National Honor Society.5 Forrest was working as a draftsman and salesman. When in sales, his job entailed traveling during the week, mainly throughout Indiana and Ohio. He worked for two prominent firms in Fort Wayne..5,3 He is a veteran of the World War II. He was a member of the Air Cor.5 ; in uniform.
; working. ; Wedding Photo, Don & Lucille & Lucille's parents. ; Forrest, Lena, and Roy.


     Forrest C. Bricker died on 18 February 1957 in Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan, at age 63. He was kind and devoted to his family and church.5

Family

Elsie Mildred Kelley b. 16 Jul 1897, d. 16 Jul 1983

Citations

  1. They were given their first name and then they could choose any letter for their middle name. There was no name for the second letter.
  2. [S285] Letter, Afton Bricker to Barb Malloure, about 1981.
  3. [S1020] Bricker Family History, November 2nd & 3rd, 2005. Copy in possession of Barbara J. Malloure.
  4. [S322] Ella Bricker's Obituary, 1926.
  5. [S555] The Malloure Family Tree, 1996. Copy in possession of Barbara J. Malloure.
  6. [S803] 1900 U. S. Census, Defiance County, Ohio, population schedule, Hicksville Township, sheet sheet 16A, NARA.
  7. [S802] 1910 U. S. Census, Defiance County, Ohio, population schedule, Hicksville Township, sheet sheet 6A/page 136, NARA.
  8. [S447] 1920 U. S. Census, Allen County, Indiana, population schedule, Ft. Wayne, sheet 6A, NARA.
  9. [S865] Letter, Russel A. Smith to Afton Bricker, April 23, 1973. "I acted as best man when Elsie and Forrest were married in Ft. Wayne."
  10. [S885] Booklet, Booklet - Bricker and Kelley.
  11. [S352] 1930 U. S. Census, Allen County, Indiana, population schedule, Ft. Wayne, sheet 3B, NARA.

Belle Copeland1,2

F, d. after 1911
     Belle Copeland married Lancaster A. Scott, son of Thomas Q. Scott V and Susanna Yant. To this union were born six children.2

     Belle Copeland died after 1911. She survived the death of her husband, Lancaster A. Scott, who died on 22 June 1911 in in the located in Byesville, Guernsey County, Ohio.2

Family

Lancaster A. Scott b. 25 Jun 1860, d. 22 Jun 1911
Children

Citations

  1. [S359] Scott Family, February 2001. Unknown repository.
  2. [S524] Newspapers from Carroll County, Ohio.

Joseph Clayton Malloure1

M, b. 8 September 1895, d. 10 June 1986
FatherJoseph C. Malloure2 b. 10 Jan 1862, d. 20 Jun 1930
MotherClara M. Arford2 b. 31 Mar 1867, d. 25 Dec 1934
ChartsGeimet Malloure's Descendant Chart
Joseph Clayton Malloure's Pedigree Chart
     Joseph Clayton Malloure was also known as Clay J. Malure. Joseph Clayton Malloure was also known as Clay Malloure.3

     Joseph Clayton Malloure was born on 8 September 1897 in Caruthersville, Pemiscot County, Missouri.2 Another source indicates that Joseph Clayton Malloure may have been born on 8 September 1895.4,5 He was the son of Joseph C. Malloure and Clara M. Arford.2 In the census of 5 June 1900 in Little Prairie, Pemiscot County, Missouri, he is listed as the son of Joseph C. Malure. His name appears as Clay J. Malure. He was born September 1895 in Missouri and is four years old.6 In the census of 28 April 1910 in Caruthersville, Pemiscot County, Missouri, he is listed as the son of Joe C. Malure. His name appears as Clay Malure. He is 14 years old and was born in Missouri. His father's birth location is given as Kentucky and his mother's as Indiana.7 For high school, Joseph attented Caruthersville High School, Caruthersville, Pemiscot County, Missouir. He graduated in 1914 along with nine other students. Their school colors were purple and white. His childhood sweetheart, Minnie Sawyer, who he married over 40 years later, graduated the following year.8 Circa 1920.
; photo of four sons.
In the census of 5 January 1920 in Caruthersville, Pemiscot County, Missouri, he is listed as the son of Joseph C. Malloure. His name appears as Joseph C. Malloure Jr.. He is 24 years old and was born in Missouri. His father's birth location is given as Kentucky and his mother's as Indiana. He is working as a cashier in an express office.9 In the census of 12 February 1920 in Little Prairie Township, Pemiscot County, Missouri, he is listed as a boarder in the household of Wilson B. Reeder. His name appears as Joe Maller. He is 17 years old and is living in this household along with his brother, Clarence. Both brothers are working as farm hands and both were born in Kentucky along with their parents.10

     Joseph Clayton Malloure married Katheryn Mae Holt, daughter of Earnest Holt and Edna Janie King, on 29 September 1920 in Flint, Michigan.11 Joseph Clayton Malloure is a veteran of the World War I. He went to France as part of the Expeditionary Force.12 In 1925, he was in the Missouri National Guard.13 In the census of 17 April 1930 in Flint, Genesee County, Michigan, Joseph Clayton Malloure appears as a head of household which include his wife, Catherine M. Malloure, his brother-in-law, Ernest N. Holt . He is 32 years old and was born in Missouri. His father's birth location is given as Kentucky and his mother's as Indiana. He was 22 years old when he first got married and his occupation is given as a bank keeper/accountant, but he is shown as not working. He is also a veteran of the World War. This household own a radio; the home is valued at $60 and is located at 117 E. Denton. It is not a farm.14 Joseph Clayton Malloure survived the death of his father, Joseph C. Malloure, who died on 20 June 1930 in Caruthersville, Pemiscot County, Missouri.15 In December 1936, Joseph was living at 2522 Mackin Road, Flint, Genesse County, Michigan.2

     Clay lived through the depression. He had to hire a housekeeper to help him during the day because his wife became paralyzed due to an illness. Most of their married life, she was paralyzed, but in spite of her impariment she managed the household. Clay Malloure who never complained of his burden once.12 ; bugle. He survived the death of his wife, Katheryn Mae Holt, who died on 18 March 1957 in Flint, Michigan.

     After his first wife died, he took a long bus ride. He ended up in Missouri where he had grown up and reconnected with Minnie, who was his high school sweetheart. They were married soon afterwards and he remained in Missouri until Minnie past away.

     Joseph Clayton Malloure married Minnie Sawyer on 24 August 1958. In May 1976 in Caruthersville, Pemiscot County, Missouri, Joseph Clayton Malloure's 2nd wife Minnie Sawyer died.

     Joseph Clayton Malloure died on 10 June 1986 in Birmingham, Oakland County, Michigan, at age 90.4

Family 1

Katheryn Mae Holt b. 8 Jan 1900, d. 18 Mar 1957

Family 2

Minnie Sawyer b. 9 Sep 1897, d. 24 May 1976

Citations

  1. [S274] Interview, Donald H. Malloure, 1999.
  2. [S572] Joseph Clayton Malloure, Social Security Application (SS-5).
  3. [S195] Holt Family Genealogy, date written unknown. Copy in possession of Barbara J. Malloure.
  4. [S552] Joseph C. Malloure, Michigan, Death Record.
  5. [S420] Social Security Death Index, Ancesty.com.
  6. [S580] 1900 U. S. Census, Pemiscot County, Missouri, population schedule, Little Prairie, sheet 94, NARA.
  7. [S577] 1910 U. S. Census, Pemiscot County, Missouri, population schedule, 3 Ward, Caruthersville, sheet Page 59, Sheet 27A, NARA.
  8. [S204] Caruthersville High School Graduates 1896-1917. Online at http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~mopemis2/towns/…
  9. [S449] 1920 U. S. Census, Pemiscot County, Missouri, population schedule, 2wd, Caruthersville, sheet Sheet 5A, page 172, NARA.
  10. [S449] 1920 U. S. Census, Pemiscot County, Missouri, population schedule, Little Prairie Township, sheet 166, NARA.
  11. [S582] Marriage Certificate, Marriage Certificate forJoseph C. Malloure and Katheryn Holt.
  12. [S555] The Malloure Family Tree, 1996. Copy in possession of Barbara J. Malloure.
  13. [S551] U. S. Military Records, 1925: Official National Guard Register, online @ Ancestry.com. Ancestry.com.
  14. [S171] 1930 U. S. Census, Genesee County, Michigan, population schedule, Flint, pt. 7, sheet 22B, NARA.
  15. [S177] Joseph C. Malloure Sr., Missouri, Death Certificate, #20213.

Katheryn Mae Holt1,2

F, b. 8 January 1900, d. 18 March 1957
FatherEarnest Holt3 b. Dec 1877, d. Sep 1903
MotherEdna Janie King3 b. 23 May 1879, d. 2 Sep 1915
ChartsGeimet Malloure's Descendant Chart
Katheryn (Holt) Malloure's Pedigree Chart
     Katheryn Mae Holt was born on 8 January 1900 in Scotland, Greene County, Indiana. She was born on the Blackmore farm, which her parents were renting.1,3 She was the daughter of Earnest Holt and Edna Janie King.3 In the census of 6 June 1900 in Scotland, Greene County, Indiana, she is listed as the daughter of Earnest Holt. Her name appears as Catharine Holt. She is five months old and was born in Indiana. Her birthday is given as January 1900. Her parents were also both in Indiana.4 Katheryn Mae Holt survived the death of her father, Earnest Holt, who died in September 1903 in Indiana. In the census of 28 April 1910 in Taylor Township, Greene County, Indiana, she is listed as a granddaughter of Granville King. Her name appears as Catherine M. King. She is 10 years old and was born in Indiana, as were her parents.5 She witnessed the marriage of her mother and John Dauner on 8 July 1911 in Greene County, Indiana; John Dauner was a man in the same community as Janie. He had lost his wife in July the previous year and had four children; one just older than Ernest and one still a baby in diapers. John Dauner and Janie journeyed to the county seat of Bloomfield, Indiana to obtain a marriage license and be married, while a wedding supper was prepared at the home of Janie and her father, Scotty. It was an all day journey by horse and buggy, eight miles each way. Janie's son, Ernest remembers that the wedding supper was served and then all the leftovers were just left on the table as Janie with her three children went to the John Dauner's home for the night. The next day they returned to clean up the mess and to move Janies' belongings to the Dauner's house. However, Janie's father, Scotty, who was unhappy about the marriage and the breaking up of what had become his home, smashed every dish and it's contents against the wood burning range. A head of an ice cream freezer, borrowed from a friend, was also broken from being hurled against a tree. Janie never saw her father again after that day.6,3 In 1913, Katheryn Mae Holt moved with her parents to Arbyrd, Dunklin County, Missouri; They rented a farm about two miles from the little town of Arbyrd. There was lots of handwork on the farm for all the family. When the overgrown cotton was ready for harvest, World War I broke out and prices for farm products collapsed due to the temporary lose of the European marketers. Cotton that year was .02 cents per pound.7,3 In January 1915, Katheryn Mae Holt moved with her parents to Kennett, Missouri; They lived on a farm near Janie's brothers Ivan and Issac. The 20 mile move was made with mule drawn wagons, a trip that took all day and into late evening.3

     Siblings; Katy, Charlie, and Ernest were from a very poor family and worked as farm hands in southern Indiana during their early years. After their father died, their mother remarried to a man with three of his own children. Their mother, Janie, then had three miscarriages and died shortly after her last one on 2 September 1915 . Eventually the children's stepfather did not want to take care of Janie's children and they went to live with various relatives.3 After her mother's dead, life at the Dauner's was difficult. So four months later Katheryn along with her two brothers went to live with their Uncle Isaac in Kennett, Missouri.3 In 1917, Katheryn was working as sales lady at a Sacs clothing store.3

     Katheryn Mae Holt married Joseph Clayton Malloure, son of Joseph C. Malloure and Clara M. Arford, on 29 September 1920 in Flint, Michigan.8 In the census of 17 April 1930 in Flint, Genesee County, Michigan, she is listed as the wife of Joseph C. Malloure. Her name appears as Katheryn M. Malloure. She is 30 years old and was born in Indiana, as were her parents. She married at the age of 20. Living in this household also is her brother, Ernest N. Holt.9 Katy developed an illness early 1931 that would cause her to have unexplained falls. In August of that year she was hospitalized. Two ovarian tumors were removed and still something was blocking her nervous system at the top of her spine. It was believed that bone cancer had eroded part of the spine which was causing a pinch of the spinal cord. Dr. Peek of the Medical School of Michigan, wanted to rebuild the spine with a bone from her leg, a very delicate operation which involved then being in cast for six months. Katy hesitated, but had the operation in 1935. Instead of a canerous spine, a tumor had wrapped around and was choking the spinal column. From that day on she was totally paralyzed and was either confined to her bed or carried around by her husband. Even though, she ran their household extremely well. Her son Don recalls her being strict with manners, grammar, and with his education. He remembers her saying often, "stand up straight", "don't kick cause it wears out your shoes", and also "speak clearly".3


     Katheryn Mae Holt died on 18 March 1957 in Flint, Michigan, at age 57; cancer.2,3 She was survived by her husband, Joseph, and her son Donald. She is buried in the Sunset Cemetery located in Flint, Genesse County, Michigan.[C]2

     OBITUARY: Mrs. Katheryn M. Malloure, 2010 Prospect, age 57, died Wednesday, March 13, 1957, at Hurley Hospital. Funeral services will be held at 1:30 pm, Saturday, March 16, 1957, from Groves & Co. Memorial Chapel. Garland at Third Ave., Rev. William Wager, officiating. Burial in Sunset Hills Cemetery. mrs. Malloure will lie in state at the Groves & Co. memorial Chapel. Death was due to complications, following an illness of 1 month. She was born in Indiana, Jan. 8, 1900, and lived in Flint for the last 30 years, coming here from Missouri. She married Joseph C. Malloure, Sept. 29, 1920 in Flint. Surviving are: Husband, Joseph; son, Donald Malloure of Birmingham, Mich; 4 grandchildren.10

Family

Joseph Clayton Malloure b. 8 Sep 1895, d. 10 Jun 1986

Citations

  1. [S132] 1900 U. S. Census, Greene County, Indiana, population schedule, Taylor Township, Scotland, sheet 4A, NARA.
  2. [S555] The Malloure Family Tree, 1996. Copy in possession of Barbara J. Malloure.
  3. [S195] Holt Family Genealogy, date written unknown. Copy in possession of Barbara J. Malloure.
  4. [S132] 1900 U. S. Census, Greene County, Indiana, population schedule, Taylor Township, Scotland, sheet 4A, NARA.
  5. [S147] 1910 U. S. Census, Greene County, Indiana, population schedule, Taylor Township, sheet 8A, NARA.
  6. [S869] Works Progress Administration, Marriage Records: Indiana, Greene County, 1821-1920, page 108, Edna J. Holt, John Danner. Source - Vol. S, 446.
  7. [S175] Jannie Dauner, Missouri, Death Certificate, #28733.
  8. [S582] Marriage Certificate, Marriage Certificate forJoseph C. Malloure and Katheryn Holt.
  9. [S171] 1930 U. S. Census, Genesee County, Michigan, population schedule, Flint, pt. 7, sheet 22B, NARA.
  10. [S918] Katheryn Malloure obituary.

Earnest Holt1,2,3

M, b. December 1877, d. September 1903
FatherThomas Holt1 b. 27 Oct 1850, d. 17 May 1900
MotherMary Keziah King1 b. Aug 1851, d. c 1922
ChartsKatheryn (Holt) Malloure's Pedigree Chart
     Earnest Holt was born in December 1877 in Indiana.3 He was the son of Thomas Holt and Mary Keziah King.1 In the census of 1 June 1880 in Scotland, Greene County, Indiana, he is listed as the son of Thomas Holt. His name appears as Ernest Holt. He is two years old and was born in Indiana, as were his parents.4

     Earnest Holt married Janie King, daughter of Granville Scott King and Catherine Roberts, on 18 March 1899 in Greene County, Indiana.5,1 On 8 January 1900 their daughter, Katheryn Mae Holt, was born in Scotland, Greene County, Indiana; She was born on the Blackmore farm, which her parents were renting.6,1 In the census of 6 June 1900 in Scotland, Greene County, Indiana, Earnest Holt, shown as Earn Holt, appears as a head of household, which include his wife, Edna Janie King, his daughter, Catharine Holt. He is 22 years old and was born in Indiana, December 1877. His parents were both born in Indiana also. He has been married for one year and is working as a day laborer. Earnest and Janie are living next to Charles and Minnie Blackmore, who they are renting a farm from.2 Their second child, Charles LeRoy, was born on 25 October 1901 in Taylor Township, Greene County, Indiana; He was born on the Blackmore farm, which his parents were renting.1,7

     Earnest Holt died in September 1903 in Indiana at age 25 of what is believed to be Nephritic (kidney inflammation).1,8 He was survived by by his wife, two children, and one unborn child. After Ernest's death, their third child, Ernest Nathaniel, was born on 15 February 1904. He was named after his deceased father; He was born on the Blackmore farm, which his parents were renting.1,9

Family

Edna Janie King b. 23 May 1879, d. 2 Sep 1915
Children

Citations

  1. [S195] Holt Family Genealogy, date written unknown. Copy in possession of Barbara J. Malloure.
  2. [S132] 1900 U. S. Census, Greene County, Indiana, population schedule, Taylor Township, Scotland, sheet 4A, NARA.
  3. [S116] 1880 U. S. Census, Greene County, Indiana, poluation schedule, Taylor Township, Scotland, Page 221A, sheet 3, NARA.
  4. [S116] 1880 U. S. Census, Greene County, Indiana, poluation schedule, Taylor Township, Scotland, Page 221A, sheet 3, NARA.
  5. [S869] Works Progress Administration, Marriage Records: Indiana, Greene County, 1821-1920, pg 108, Edna J. King, Ernest Holt. Source - Vol. P, 127.
  6. [S132] 1900 U. S. Census, Greene County, Indiana, population schedule, Taylor Township, Scotland, sheet 4A, NARA.
  7. [S659] 1920 U. S. Census, Greene County, Indiana, population schedule, Taylor Township, sheet 4A, NARA.
  8. [S319] Holt-Malloure Genealogy, date written unknown. Copy in possession of Barbara J. Malloure.
  9. [S741] Ernest Nathaniel Holt, California, Death Record , 63-029380.

Edna Janie King1

F, b. 23 May 1879, d. 2 September 1915
FatherGranville Scott King2 b. 18 Feb 1853, d. 17 Aug 1922
MotherCatherine Roberts2 b. c 1842, d. c 1886
ChartsKatheryn (Holt) Malloure's Pedigree Chart
     Edna Janie King was also known as Janie King.3

     Edna Janie King was born on 23 May 1879 in Taylor Township, Scotland, Greene County, Indiana.2,1 Another source indicates that Edna Janie King may have been born on 20 May 1879.3 She was the daughter of Granville Scott King and Catherine Roberts.2 In the census of 14 June 1880 in Scotland, Greene County, Indiana, she is listed as the daughter of Granville S. King. Her name appears as Edna J. King. She is one year old and was born in Indiana, as was her father. Her mother was born in Kentucky.4 Edna Janie King survived the death of her mother, Catherine Roberts, who died circa 1886.3 It is believed that as a young lady, Janie cleaned homes to earn a living.3

     Janie King married Earnest Holt, son of Thomas Holt and Mary Keziah King, on 18 March 1899 in Greene County, Indiana.5,3 On 8 January 1900 their daughter, Katheryn Mae Holt, was born in Scotland, Greene County, Indiana; She was born on the Blackmore farm, which her parents were renting.6,3 In the census of 6 June 1900 in Scotland, Greene County, Indiana, she is listed as the wife of Earnest Holt. Her name appears as Catharine Holt. She is 21 years old and was born in Indiana, as were her parents. Her birthday is given as April 1879. She has been married for one year and has had one child; who is still living.7 Their second child, Charles LeRoy, was born on 25 October 1901 in Taylor Township, Greene County, Indiana; He was born on the Blackmore farm, which his parents were renting.3,8

      Edna Janie King survived the death of her husband, Earnest Holt, who died in September 1903 in Indiana. After her husband died, Janie moved in with her father, Scotty. The family lived quite scantily from the income of Scotty's fishing and trapping enterprises plus any money that could be earned.3 After Ernest's death, their third child, Ernest Nathaniel, was born on 15 February 1904. He was named after his deceased father; He was born on the Blackmore farm, which his parents were renting.3,9 In the census of 28 April 1910 in Taylor Township, Greene County, Indiana, Janie is listed as the daughter of Granville King. Her name appears as Edna J. King. She is 30 years old, a widow, and all three of her children are living. She was born in Indiana, as well as her parents.10

     Edna Janie King's second husband was John Dauner. They married on 8 July 1911 in Greene County, Indiana. John Dauner was a man in the same community as Janie. He had lost his wife in July the previous year and had four children; one just older than Ernest and one still a baby in diapers. John Dauner and Janie journeyed to the county seat of Bloomfield, Indiana to obtain a marriage license and be married, while a wedding supper was prepared at the home of Janie and her father, Scotty. It was an all day journey by horse and buggy, eight miles each way. Janie's son, Ernest remembers that the wedding supper was served and then all the leftovers were just left on the table as Janie with her three children went to the John Dauner's home for the night. The next day they returned to clean up the mess and to move Janies' belongings to the Dauner's house. However, Janie's father, Scotty, who was unhappy about the marriage and the breaking up of what had become his home, smashed every dish and it's contents against the wood burning range. A head of an ice cream freezer, borrowed from a friend, was also broken from being hurled against a tree. Janie never saw her father again after that day.11,3

     In 1913, John and Janie moved with their family to Arbyrd, Dunklin County, Missouri. They rented a farm about two miles from the little town of Arbyrd. There was lots of handwork on the farm for all the family. When the overgrown cotton was ready for harvest, World War I broke out and prices for farm products collapsed due to the temporary lose of the European marketers. Cotton that year was .02 cents per pound.2,3

     In January 1915, John and Janie moved with their family to Kennett, Missouri. They lived on a farm near Janie's brothers Ivan and Issac. The 20 mile move was made with mule drawn wagons, a trip that took all day and into late evening.3

     Edna Janie King died on 2 September 1915 in St. Louis, St. Louis County, Missouri, at age 36 of hemorrhanging. In the summer before her death, a child with her 2nd husband was born. This marriage had produced three children, however one was stillborn and the other two lived just a few hours. Janie was never well after the birth of the last one. Finally she was so sick that she was taken to the hospital in St. Louis. First she had to be transported to the train station which was 1 1/2 miles away. Her brother furnished one of his buck boards in which he delivered groceries to his customers to take her in. There were no paved roads and the old driver managed the team so there were no bumps for Janie. The trip took an hour or so and was the last time her children saw their beloved mother alive. She died from hemorrhanging in the hospital. She was 35 years, three months and 9 days old. J. A. King from Kennett, Missouri is listed as informent on her death certificate.2,3 She was survived by her husband, John Dauner, and her three children.3 She is buried in an unknown cemetery in Campbell, Dunklin County, Missouri.2

Family 1

Earnest Holt b. Dec 1877, d. Sep 1903
Children

Family 2

John Dauner

Citations

  1. [S116] 1880 U. S. Census, Greene County, Indiana, poluation schedule, Scotland, Page 200B, NARA.
  2. [S175] Jannie Dauner, Missouri, Death Certificate, #28733.
  3. [S195] Holt Family Genealogy, date written unknown. Copy in possession of Barbara J. Malloure.
  4. [S116] 1880 U. S. Census, Greene County, Indiana, poluation schedule, Scotland, Page 200B, NARA.
  5. [S869] Works Progress Administration, Marriage Records: Indiana, Greene County, 1821-1920, pg 108, Edna J. King, Ernest Holt. Source - Vol. P, 127.
  6. [S132] 1900 U. S. Census, Greene County, Indiana, population schedule, Taylor Township, Scotland, sheet 4A, NARA.
  7. [S132] 1900 U. S. Census, Greene County, Indiana, population schedule, Taylor Township, Scotland, sheet 4A, NARA.
  8. [S659] 1920 U. S. Census, Greene County, Indiana, population schedule, Taylor Township, sheet 4A, NARA.
  9. [S741] Ernest Nathaniel Holt, California, Death Record , 63-029380.
  10. [S147] 1910 U. S. Census, Greene County, Indiana, population schedule, Taylor Township, sheet 8A, NARA.
  11. [S869] Works Progress Administration, Marriage Records: Indiana, Greene County, 1821-1920, page 108, Edna J. Holt, John Danner. Source - Vol. S, 446.

James Kelley1,2

M, b. 1868
     James Kelley was also known as John Kelley.3

     James Kelley was born in 1868 in Ottawa, La Salle County, Illinois.4,3,2

      In 1896, James was working as a hack-driver in Chicago, Cook County, Illinois. A hack was a type of buggy that was used for hire, like a taxi cab.4 On 19 January 1896 their son, Robert James Kelley, was born in Chicago, Cook County, Illinois. At the time of his birth, they were living on Sherman Street; He had red hair.4,5,6

     James Kelley married Emma Louise Piepenbrink, daughter of Carl Heinrich Friedrich Conrad Piepenbrink and Mary Haseman, on 22 December 1896 in Chicago, Cook County, Illinois. It appears that they were married after Robert, their first child was born. Robert's birth date agrees with the 1900 census, his death certificate and a delayed birth certificate. On December 9th, James and Emma received a license to married and were married by F. W. C. Worner. This last name may be misspelled.4,7,2 Their second child, Elsie Mildred, was born on 16 July 1897 in Fort Wayne, Allen County, Indiana.3,8 Nothing is known of what became of James Kelley. His wife, Emma, moved back to Fort Wayne, Indiana and began living with her parents before their second child was born. In the 1910 census, Emma indicates that she is a widow. The information in the 1900 census for Emma is incorrect therefore there are no clues concerning John Kelley.

     John (James) and Emma separated. They were living in Chicago at the time and Emma and the children moved back to Fort Wayne, Indiana and moved in with Emma's parents.9

Family

Emma Louise Piepenbrink b. 20 Apr 1870, d. 15 Apr 1948
Children

Citations

  1. [S559] Indiana Birth Records 1880 - 1920, online @ Ancestry.com. Ancestry.com.
  2. [S937] Marriage Certificate, Marriage Certificate - James Kelly & Emma Piepenbrink.
  3. [S873] Female Kelley entry, Brith Registration, (16 July 1897).
  4. [S510] Robert J. Kelley, Illinois, birth certificate, ##227924.
  5. [S938] Robert James Kelley, California, Death Record , 63-029380.
  6. [S269] Interview, Audrey Laisure, 2005, Fred Korn came from Germany. My dad had red hair. AFton worked as a airline stewardess. Dick worked for IBM. Robert's 2nd wife's name was Luella. They met in S. Dakota. Elsie took in boarders, Scotsman. Emma worked as a maid, worked at a cottage on Wawager Lake, and woekd in as a maid in a Hotel on Jefferson.
  7. [S291] Lindenwood Cemetery Interment Records, Fort Wayne Indiana, Volume 10, N-Q, Volume 7 I-K, 1860-1972.
  8. [S146] Elsie M. Bricker, Michigan, Church Services.
  9. [S268] Letter, Hilda A. Scherman to Lucille Malloure, 26 January 1994. Family of Emma Piepenbrink Kelley.

Emma Louise Piepenbrink1,2,3,4

F, b. 20 April 1870, d. 15 April 1948
FatherCarl Heinrich Friedrich Conrad Piepenbrink5 b. 17 Mar 1839, d. 1 May 1917
MotherMary Haseman5 b. 3 Sep 1840, d. 8 May 1916
     Emma Louise Piepenbrink was born on 20 April 1870 in Fort Wayne, Allen County, Indiana.1,3,2,6 She was the daughter of Carl Heinrich Friedrich Conrad Piepenbrink and Mary Haseman.5 In the census of 29 July 1870 in Adams Township, Allen County, Indiana, Emma appears in the household of Charles Piepenbrink as Emma Piepenbrink. She is one month old and was born in Indiana, April 1870.7 ; young lady. In the census of June 1880 in Fort Wayne, Allen County, Indiana, she is listed as the daughter of Charles Piepenbrink. Her name appears as Emma Piepenbrink. She is 10 years old and was born in Indiana. Her father was born in Prussia and her mother in Maryland.8 ; Emma, Amelia, and Clara. Sisters.
In May 1895, Emma was living in Chicago, Cook County, Illinois. Emma's name appear in the Fort Wayne Sentenil. She apparently was a guest of friends and relatives for three weeks in Fort Wayne, before returning to her home in Chicago.9 On 19 January 1896 their son, Robert James Kelley, was born in Chicago, Cook County, Illinois. At the time of his birth, James and Emma were living on Sherman Street. According to the birth record, Emma was 24 years old, a housewife, and this was her first child; He had red hair.4,10,11

     Emma Louise Piepenbrink married James Kelley on 22 December 1896 in Chicago, Cook County, Illinois. It appears that they were married after Robert, their first child was born. Robert's birth date agrees with the 1900 census, his death certificate and a delayed birth certificate. On December 9th, James and Emma received a license to married and were married by F. W. C. Worner. This last name may be misspelled.4,3,12 Their second child, Elsie Mildred, was born on 16 July 1897 in Fort Wayne, Allen County, Indiana.2,13

     It is unclear if Emma left her husband before or after he died. However, stories handed down over the years imply that she left him before he died.

     John (James) and Emma separated. They were living in Chicago at the time and Emma and the children moved back to Fort Wayne, Indiana and moved in with Emma's parents.14 In the census of 15 June 1900 in Adams Township, Allen County, Indiana, she is listed as the daughter of Charles Pepenbrink. Her name appears as Emma Pepenbrink. It looks like her birthday is given as April 1900 and that she is one month old. Her birth year should read 1870. She is also recorded as being single and not as being married or a widow. She was born in Indiana, her father was born in Germany, and her mother in Maryland. Her two children are also living in this household.15

      In the census of 20 April 1910 in Fort Wayne, Allen County, Indiana, Emma Louise Piepenbrink, shown as Emma Kelly, appears as a head of household which include, her son, Robert Kelly, and her daughter, Elsie Kelly . She is a widow, age 41, and was born in Indiana. Her mother was born in Maryland and her father in Germany. She is the mother of two children, rents her home, and works as a laborer for a private family. Living nearby are her parents.16 Emma Louise Kelley survived the death of her father, Carl Heinrich Friedrich Conrad Piepenbrink, who died on 1 May 1917 in Fort Wayne, Allen County, Indiana.17 In the census of 10 January 1920 in Fort Wayne, Allen County, Indiana, Emma Louise Piepenbrink, shown as Emma Kelly, appears as a head of household which includes, her daughter, Elsie Mildred Kelley. Emma is a widow who is running a boarding house at 913 Madison Street. Besides her daughter, she has four boarders living with her; Essie Messill, age 22, and Irene, Elsie and Celste Gaiglers, ages 18, 21, and 23 respectively. Emma's father was born in Germany and her mother in Maryland.18

      In the census of 10 April 1930 in Fort Wayne, Allen County, Indiana, she is listed in the household and as the mother of Robert James Kelley. Her name appears as Emma Kelley. She is 59 years old and was born in Indiana. Her father is shown as being born in Germany and it is unclear where her mother was born. She is a widow, having first married at the age of 25.19 Circa 1945, Emma moved to Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan.20

     Emma Louise Piepenbrink died on 15 April 1948 in Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan, at age 77. She had been living with her daughter and was a member of the First Methodist Church.20,3,6 She was survived by her daughter, Elsie Bricker, her son, Robert Kelley of Clearwater, California, a sister and a nephew, Mrs. Clara Sherman and Harry Sherman of Ft. Wayne, Indiana, a granddaughter, Mrs. Robert Laisure of Ft. Wayne, and two great grandchildren.20 She is buried in the Lindenwood Cemetery located in Fort Wayne, Allen County, Indiana. Services were held at 10 a.m. at the Chalfant-Perry Funeral Home with the Rev. J. W. Fox officating. The Bears were Bert Smith,Dallas Smith, Wilson Smith, Hubert Sherman, Wilfred Piepenbrink, and Vernon Piepenbrink.[C]20,3,6

     OBITUARY: "Emma Louise Kelley, 78, formerly of Fort Wayne, died Thursday night in Detroit, where she had resided for three years with a daughter, Mrs. Elsie Bricker. When here she was a member of the First Methodist Church.
     Surviving besides the daughter, are a son, Robert Kelley, Clearwater, Calif; a sister, Mrs. Clara Sherman, Fort Wayne; a nephew, Harry Sherman, Fort Wayne; a granddaughter, Mrs. Robert Laisure, Fort Wayne; and two great grandchildren.
     Services will be held at 10 a. m. Monday at the Chalfant-Perry Funeral Home, the Rev. J. W. Fox officiating. Burial wil be in Lindenwood Cemetery. Friends amy call at the funeral home after 10 a. m. Sunday.20

Family

James Kelley b. 1868
Children

Citations

  1. [S687] 1870 U. S. Census, Allen County, Indiana population schedule, Adams Township, Page 170, NARA.
  2. [S873] Female Kelley entry, Brith Registration, (16 July 1897).
  3. [S291] Lindenwood Cemetery Interment Records, Fort Wayne Indiana, Volume 10, N-Q, Volume 7 I-K, 1860-1972.
  4. [S510] Robert J. Kelley, Illinois, birth certificate, ##227924.
  5. [S865] Letter, Russel A. Smith to Afton Bricker, April 23, 1973. "You asked which person am I and how related - of the 19 grandchidren of Chas & Mary Piepenbrink - Elsie was #8 and I followed in a couple of months as #9 - Elsie's mother Emma and my mother Amelia were sisters."
  6. [S1018] Emma Louise Kelley's Memorial Book, Aprril 15, 1948. Copy in possession of Barbara J. Malloure.
  7. [S687] 1870 U. S. Census, Allen County, Indiana population schedule, Adams Township, Page 170, NARA.
  8. [S481] 1880 U. S. Census, Allen County, Indiana, poluation schedule, Ft. Wayne, Page 335B, NARA.
  9. [S61] Fort Wayne Sentenil.
  10. [S938] Robert James Kelley, California, Death Record , 63-029380.
  11. [S269] Interview, Audrey Laisure, 2005, Fred Korn came from Germany. My dad had red hair. AFton worked as a airline stewardess. Dick worked for IBM. Robert's 2nd wife's name was Luella. They met in S. Dakota. Elsie took in boarders, Scotsman. Emma worked as a maid, worked at a cottage on Wawager Lake, and woekd in as a maid in a Hotel on Jefferson.
  12. [S937] Marriage Certificate, Marriage Certificate - James Kelly & Emma Piepenbrink.
  13. [S146] Elsie M. Bricker, Michigan, Church Services.
  14. [S268] Letter, Hilda A. Scherman to Lucille Malloure, 26 January 1994. Family of Emma Piepenbrink Kelley.
  15. [S130] 1900 U. S. Census, Allen County, Indiana, population schedule, Adams Township, sheet 17A, page 261, NARA.
  16. [S225] 1910 U. S. Census, Allen County, Indiana, population schedule, 8-wd, Fort Wayne, sheet 8A, page 76, NARA.
  17. [S48] Charles H. Piepenbrink obituary, May 1, 1917.
  18. [S447] 1920 U. S. Census, Allen County, Indiana, population schedule, Ft. Wayne, ward 8, sheet 20, NARA.
  19. [S352] 1930 U. S. Census, Allen County, Indiana, population schedule, Wayne Township, Fort Wayne Ward 4, sheet 9A, NARA.
  20. [S191] Fort Wayne Journal-Gazette, Saturday, April 17, 1948.
  21. [S367] Michigan Marriage Records, 1867-1952, online @ Ancestry.com.

Charles LeRoy Holt1,2

M, b. 25 October 1901, d. November 1923
FatherEarnest Holt b. Dec 1877, d. Sep 1903
MotherEdna Janie King b. 23 May 1879, d. 2 Sep 1915
     Charles LeRoy Holt was also known as Charlie Holt.1

     Charles LeRoy Holt was born on 25 October 1901 in Taylor Township, Greene County, Indiana. He was born on the Blackmore farm, which his parents were renting.1,2 He was the son of Earnest Holt and Edna Janie King. Charles LeRoy Holt survived the death of his father, Earnest Holt, who died in September 1903 in Indiana. In the census of 28 April 1910 in Taylor Township, Greene County, Indiana, he is listed as a grandson of Granville King. His name appears as Charles L. King. He is eight years old and was born in Indiana. His parents were also born in Indiana.3 He witnessed the marriage of his mother and John Dauner on 8 July 1911 in Greene County, Indiana; John Dauner was a man in the same community as Janie. He had lost his wife in July the previous year and had four children; one just older than Ernest and one still a baby in diapers. John Dauner and Janie journeyed to the county seat of Bloomfield, Indiana to obtain a marriage license and be married, while a wedding supper was prepared at the home of Janie and her father, Scotty. It was an all day journey by horse and buggy, eight miles each way. Janie's son, Ernest remembers that the wedding supper was served and then all the leftovers were just left on the table as Janie with her three children went to the John Dauner's home for the night. The next day they returned to clean up the mess and to move Janies' belongings to the Dauner's house. However, Janie's father, Scotty, who was unhappy about the marriage and the breaking up of what had become his home, smashed every dish and it's contents against the wood burning range. A head of an ice cream freezer, borrowed from a friend, was also broken from being hurled against a tree. Janie never saw her father again after that day.4,1 In 1913, Charles LeRoy Holt moved with his parents to Arbyrd, Dunklin County, Missouri; They rented a farm about two miles from the little town of Arbyrd. There was lots of handwork on the farm for all the family. When the overgrown cotton was ready for harvest, World War I broke out and prices for farm products collapsed due to the temporary lose of the European marketers. Cotton that year was .02 cents per pound.5,1 In January 1915, Charles LeRoy Holt moved with his parents to Kennett, Missouri; They lived on a farm near Janie's brothers Ivan and Issac. The 20 mile move was made with mule drawn wagons, a trip that took all day and into late evening.1

      Siblings; Katy, Charlie, and Ernest were from a very poor family and worked as farm hands in southern Indiana during their early years. After their father died, their mother remarried to a man with three of his own children. Their mother, Janie, then had three miscarriages and died shortly after her last one on 2 September 1915 . Eventually the children's stepfather did not want to take care of Janie's children and they went to live with various relatives.1

     Ernest Holt, Charles' brother, describes Charlie as having a mischievours personality and said he extremely hated school and never went beyond the third grade. He also said Charlie was very curious as to what made machines work and would disassemble any thing he could get away with and then reassemble it correctly. Just prior to his mother's death, he had made a long plait rawhide whip, along with a handle neatly shaped of wood. He could pop it with a loved and penetrating crack. Ernest recalls that four months after his mother's death on a Sunday afternoon, Charlie popped his whip behind the family dog and his step brother, Billie. The dog made a leap over Billie and nobody was hurt, but the step-dad saw it and grabbed the whip from Charlie. He then whipped him with it so hard that the handle broke and then pounded him with the handle. According to Ernst, this was the last straw for the Charlie, Katy, and himself and they packed up their belongings and walked the 1 1/2 miles to Janie's brother, Isaacs' house. Isaac had told them that when it got too bad, they could come live with them.

     March of 1916, Charlie went to live with Mae Cetron.1 In the census of 14 January 1920 in Taylor Township, Greene County, Indiana, he is listed as an adopted son of J. M. Catron. His name appears as Charles Holt. He is 18 years old and was born in Indiana, as were his parents.2

     Charles LeRoy Holt died in November 1923 in Maple Park, Illinois, at age 22 of gangrene that was brought on by a leg amiputation following an accidental fall into a corn shredder.. The people at the hospial were concerned and tried to get him to tell them of his nearest realtive. He refused to do so, however as he was being wheeled into the operating room, he finally told them of his sister, Katy in Missouri. The nurse immediately wired his condition to Katy, but he was dead on her arrival. She had not seen him for six years.1 He is buried in an unknown cemetery in Geneva, Illinois.1 He never married.1

Citations

  1. [S195] Holt Family Genealogy, date written unknown. Copy in possession of Barbara J. Malloure.
  2. [S659] 1920 U. S. Census, Greene County, Indiana, population schedule, Taylor Township, sheet 4A, NARA.
  3. [S147] 1910 U. S. Census, Greene County, Indiana, population schedule, Taylor Township, sheet 8A, NARA.
  4. [S869] Works Progress Administration, Marriage Records: Indiana, Greene County, 1821-1920, page 108, Edna J. Holt, John Danner. Source - Vol. S, 446.
  5. [S175] Jannie Dauner, Missouri, Death Certificate, #28733.

Ernest Nathaniel Holt1

M, b. 15 February 1904, d. 5 May 1996
FatherEarnest Holt b. Dec 1877, d. Sep 1903
MotherEdna Janie King b. 23 May 1879, d. 2 Sep 1915
     Ernest Nathaniel Holt survived the death of his father, Earnest Holt, who died in September 1903 in Indiana.

     Ernest Nathaniel Holt was born on 15 February 1904. He was born on the Blackmore farm, which his parents were renting.1,2 He was the son of Earnest Holt and Edna Janie King. In the census of 28 April 1910 in Taylor Township, Greene County, Indiana, he is listed as a grandson of Granville King. His name appears as Ernest N. King. He is six years old and was born in Indiana. His parents were also born in Indiana.3 He witnessed the marriage of his mother and John Dauner on 8 July 1911 in Greene County, Indiana; John Dauner was a man in the same community as Janie. He had lost his wife in July the previous year and had four children; one just older than Ernest and one still a baby in diapers. John Dauner and Janie journeyed to the county seat of Bloomfield, Indiana to obtain a marriage license and be married, while a wedding supper was prepared at the home of Janie and her father, Scotty. It was an all day journey by horse and buggy, eight miles each way. Janie's son, Ernest remembers that the wedding supper was served and then all the leftovers were just left on the table as Janie with her three children went to the John Dauner's home for the night. The next day they returned to clean up the mess and to move Janies' belongings to the Dauner's house. However, Janie's father, Scotty, who was unhappy about the marriage and the breaking up of what had become his home, smashed every dish and it's contents against the wood burning range. A head of an ice cream freezer, borrowed from a friend, was also broken from being hurled against a tree. Janie never saw her father again after that day.4,1 In 1913, Ernest Nathaniel Holt moved with his parents to Arbyrd, Dunklin County, Missouri; They rented a farm about two miles from the little town of Arbyrd. There was lots of handwork on the farm for all the family. When the overgrown cotton was ready for harvest, World War I broke out and prices for farm products collapsed due to the temporary lose of the European marketers. Cotton that year was .02 cents per pound.5,1 In January 1915, Ernest Nathaniel Holt moved with his parents to Kennett, Missouri; They lived on a farm near Janie's brothers Ivan and Issac. The 20 mile move was made with mule drawn wagons, a trip that took all day and into late evening.1

     Siblings; Katy, Charlie, and Ernest were from a very poor family and worked as farm hands in southern Indiana during their early years. After their father died, their mother remarried to a man with three of his own children. Their mother, Janie, then had three miscarriages and died shortly after her last one on 2 September 1915 . Eventually the children's stepfather did not want to take care of Janie's children and they went to live with various relatives.1 After his mother's dead, life at the Dauner's was difficult. So four months later Ernest along with his two siblings went to live with their Uncle Isaac in Kennett, Missouri.1

     The following is taken from information written down by Ernest, himself. He said that he lived with his Uncle Isaac after his parents had both passed away and also with his Uncle Ivan for two months in 1916. From Ernest writings, one can tell that he had tremendous respect for his Uncle Isaac and Aunt Bertha. Later Ernest's granddad, Scotty, arranged for Ernest to live with a young married couple, Clina & Mabel Haslers. Ernest remembers riding a horse to high school five miles away in Newberry, Indiana and also that he was never late and never missed a day in the entire four years of school.1

      In the census of 3 March 1920 in Taylor Township, Greene County, Indiana, he is listed as an adopted son of Clina Hasler. His name appears as Earnest Holt. He is 16 years old, born in Indiana, as were his parents.6 After graduation from High School, he enrolled in a three month summer teaching course at Indiana University. He had planned to take an examination to obtain a teaching license and to teach in one of the one room schools in the vicinity of the Hasler's farm. He hadn't done very well in his classes and one night a fellow high school graduate and Ernest sat on the curb and for some reason the U. S. Navy entered their converstaion. The next day Ernest went to Indianapolis and joined the Navy.1 Ernest Nathaniel Holt ended military service circa 1927; At the end of Ernes't first six years in the Navy he married Evelyn Cheely, who he met at the Northward School, during his short stay at this Uncles home. Ernest worked in chicago in a large insurance office and attedned accounting classes at Northwestern University. Evelyn and Ernest's marriage didn't work out and in Jan 1929 Ernest moved to his sister's in Flint, Michigan. There he work in cost department at Fisher Body Corp. He lost his job during the great depression and after considerable search for work, he returned to the U. S. Navy to start all over.
     At some point he received a letter from a cousin, Elsie Lucille Jolliff, who was ending an unsuccessful marriage of hers. They seemed to fit together perfectly, but being cousins posed a question. They decide that was not important and married four years later in 1936. In 1940 the threat of war put the U. S. fleet on guard throughout the world and Ernest fought in the naval battles of the entire Sicilian Campaign and the battle at Salerno, Italy. In 1952 they moved to Long Beach, California from Indiana.1

     Ernest Nathaniel Holt married first Evelyn Cheely. They met at the Northward School during Ernest's short stay at this Uncle's home.1 In 1928, Ernest was working in a large insurance office in Chicago, Cook County, Illinois. He also attended accounting classes at Northwestern University.1 He and Evelyn Cheely were divorced circa 1928.1 In January 1929, Ernest moved to Flint, Genesee County, Michigan. He moved in with his sister, Katy and her husband Clay Malloure.1 In January 1929, Ernest was working in the cost department at the Fisher Body Corporation in Flint, Genesee County, Michigan. He lost his job during the great depression.1 In the census of 17 April 1930 in Flint, Genesee County, Michigan, he is listed as a brother-in-law of Joseph C. Malloure. His name appears as Ernest N. Holt. He is 26 years old and was born in Indiana, as were his parents. He is wemployed as an accountant in an auto factory. He is shown as being single and a veteran.7 After considerable search for work, Ernest returned to the U. S. Navy to start all over.

     At some point, Ernest received a letter from a cousin, Elsie Lucille Jolliff, who was ending an unsuccessful marriage of her own. They seemed to fit together perfectly, but being cousins posed a question if they wanted to get married. They decide that they would not have children and therefore it was not important and they would get married.1

     Ernest Nathaniel Holt's second wife was Elsie Lucille Jolliff, daughter of William H. Jolliff and Edna C. Holt. They married on 18 August 1936.1

     In 1940 the threat of war put the U. S. fleet on guard throughout the world and Ernest fought in the naval battles of the entire Sicilian Campaign and the battle at Salerno, Italy.1 In 1952, Ernest and Elsie moved to Long Beach, California. Previously they had been living in Indiana.1

     Ernest Nathaniel Holt died on 5 May 1996 in Long Angeles, California, at age 92.2

Family 1

Evelyn Cheely b. c 1904

Family 2

Elsie Lucille Jolliff b. 10 Mar 1905

Citations

  1. [S195] Holt Family Genealogy, date written unknown. Copy in possession of Barbara J. Malloure.
  2. [S741] Ernest Nathaniel Holt, California, Death Record , 63-029380.
  3. [S147] 1910 U. S. Census, Greene County, Indiana, population schedule, Taylor Township, sheet 8A, NARA.
  4. [S869] Works Progress Administration, Marriage Records: Indiana, Greene County, 1821-1920, page 108, Edna J. Holt, John Danner. Source - Vol. S, 446.
  5. [S175] Jannie Dauner, Missouri, Death Certificate, #28733.
  6. [S659] 1920 U. S. Census, Greene County, Indiana, population schedule, Taylor Township, sheet 6A, NARA.
  7. [S171] 1930 U. S. Census, Genesee County, Michigan, population schedule, Flint, pt. 7, sheet 22B, NARA.

William F. Lee1

M, b. 23 January 1741, d. 21 February 1807
ChartsKatheryn (Holt) Malloure's Pedigree Chart
     William F. Lee was born on 23 January 1741 in Virginia.1

     William F. Lee married first Cathren Ross, daughter of Alexaner Ross and Cathern Chambers, circa 1760.2 Their first child, Cathren, was born in 1761 in Gerrardstown, Virginia.1 Their second child, William, was born in 1762 in Ft. Gerrit, Virginia.1 Their third child, Elizabeth, was born on 24 December 1763 in Ft. Gerrit, Virginia.1 Their fourth child, Lidia, was born in 1764 in Ft. Gerrit, Virginia.1 Their fifth child, David, was born in 1765 in Ft. Gerrit, Virginia.1 Their sixth child, Keziah, was born in 1766 in Ft. Gerrit, Virginia.1 Their seventh child, John Isaac, was born on 26 July 1767 in Ft. Gerrit, Virginia.1 Their eighth child, Henry, was born in 1769 in Garretstown, Frederick County, Virginia; Later the town's name was changed to Girardstown and located in Berkley County, West Virginia.3,4 Their ninth child, Nathaniel, was born after 1774.1 Their tenth child, Katherine, was born in 1775 in Washington County, Pennsylvania.1 Their eleventh child, Robert, was born in 1776 in Morgan, Washington County, Pennsylvania.1 Their twelfth child, Zephaniah, was born on 26 November 1781 in Morgan, Washington County, Pennsylvania.1

     William F. Lee's second wife was Elizabeth Ann Smith. They married between 1793 and 1801.1

     William F. Lee's third wife was Eleanor Greenup. They married in 1801.

     William F. Lee died on 21 February 1807 in Warren County, Ohio, at age 66.1

     He had no will, but estate records indicated he married 3 times and had at least 21 children.1

Family 1

Cathren Ross b. 1739/40, d. 1793
Children

Family 2

Elizabeth Ann Smith d. 1801
Children

Family 3

Eleanor Greenup d. 1837
Children

Citations

  1. [S250] Letter, Nancy Harris to Barb Malloure, March 3, 2000.
  2. [S284] Stalcup Researcher, e-mail to Barb Malloure, 1999.
  3. [S111] H. C. Bradsby, History of Vigo County, Indiana.
  4. [S1094] Our Family Histories - Henry Lee. Online at http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi

Cathren Ross1

F, b. 1739/40, d. 1793
FatherAlexaner Ross2,1
MotherCathern Chambers2
ChartsKatheryn (Holt) Malloure's Pedigree Chart
     Cathren Ross was born in 1739/40.1 She was the daughter of Alexaner Ross and Cathern Chambers.2,1

     Cathren Ross married William F. Lee circa 1760.2 Their first child, Cathren, was born in 1761 in Gerrardstown, Virginia.1 Their second child, William, was born in 1762 in Ft. Gerrit, Virginia.1 Their third child, Elizabeth, was born on 24 December 1763 in Ft. Gerrit, Virginia.1 Their fourth child, Lidia, was born in 1764 in Ft. Gerrit, Virginia.1 Their fifth child, David, was born in 1765 in Ft. Gerrit, Virginia.1 Their sixth child, Keziah, was born in 1766 in Ft. Gerrit, Virginia.1 Their seventh child, John Isaac, was born on 26 July 1767 in Ft. Gerrit, Virginia.1 Their eighth child, Henry, was born in 1769 in Garretstown, Frederick County, Virginia; Later the town's name was changed to Girardstown and located in Berkley County, West Virginia.3,4 Their ninth child, Nathaniel, was born after 1774.1 Their tenth child, Katherine, was born in 1775 in Washington County, Pennsylvania.1 Their eleventh child, Robert, was born in 1776 in Morgan, Washington County, Pennsylvania.1 Their twelfth child, Zephaniah, was born on 26 November 1781 in Morgan, Washington County, Pennsylvania.1

     Cathren Ross died in 1793 in Pennsylvania; Died in Greene or Washington County. She may have died from child birth.1

Family

William F. Lee b. 23 Jan 1741, d. 21 Feb 1807
Children

Citations

  1. [S250] Letter, Nancy Harris to Barb Malloure, March 3, 2000.
  2. [S284] Stalcup Researcher, e-mail to Barb Malloure, 1999.
  3. [S111] H. C. Bradsby, History of Vigo County, Indiana.
  4. [S1094] Our Family Histories - Henry Lee. Online at http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi

Alexaner Ross1

M
ChartsKatheryn (Holt) Malloure's Pedigree Chart
     Alexaner Ross married Cathern Chambers.

Family

Cathern Chambers
Child

Citations

  1. [S250] Letter, Nancy Harris to Barb Malloure, March 3, 2000.
  2. [S284] Stalcup Researcher, e-mail to Barb Malloure, 1999.

William Henry Bricker1,2

M, b. 28 December 1858, d. 8 May 1929
FatherHenry Bricker2,1 b. 12 Jan 1837, d. 11 Dec 1912
MotherMary Ann Bair2,1 b. 11 Nov 1841, d. 27 May 1924
ChartsJohn Bricker's Descendant Chart
     William Henry Bricker was born on 28 December 1858 in Ohio.1,3 He was the son of Henry Bricker and Mary Ann Bair.2,1 In 1859, William Henry Bricker moved with his parents to Noble County, Indiana; Henry worked as a blacksmith and by 1861 they were able to purchase a small home.1 In the census of 13 June 1860 in Swan Township, Noble County, Indiana, William appears in the household of Henry Bricker as William H. Bricker. He is 2 years old and was born in Ohio.4 Circa 1866, William Henry Bricker moved with his parents to Hicksville, Defiance County, Ohio.5,1 In the census of 28 July 1870 in Hicksville, Defiance County, Ohio, William appears in the household of Henry Bricker. He is 12 years old, attending school, and was born in Ohio.6

     William Henry Bricker married Ella Landis, daughter of Absalom Landis and Emily Frances Hughes, on 9 October 1879 in Hicksville, Defiance County, Ohio.2,7 In the census of 21 June 1880 at Hicksville, Defiance County, Ohio, William Bricker, shown as William Bricker, appears as a head of household. Living with him is his wife, Ella Bricker. He is 22 years old and was born in Ohio, as were his parents. He is working as a clerk in a store and living next to his father's household.8 On 14 December 1880 their daughter, Lena B. Bricker, was born in Hicksville, Defiance County, Ohio. Their second child, Roy L., was born on 10 August 1882 in Hicksville, Defiance County, Ohio.9,3,10 Their third child, Harold A., was born on 25 May 1889 in Hicksville, Defiance County, Ohio.11,12 Their fourth child, Forrest C., was born on 11 November 1893 in Hicksville, Defiance County, Ohio.13,14 In the census of 22 June 1900 in Hicksville, Defiance County, Ohio, William Bricker appears as a head of household, which include his wife, Ella Bricker, his sons, Roy B. Bricker, Harold A. Bricker and Forrest Bricker, and his daughter, Lena Bricker . He is 43 years old and was born in Ohio, in December 1856. He has been married for 20 years, rents his house, and is working as a butcher.15 ; William from huge grp shot. In the census of 25 April 1910 in Hicksville, Defiance County, Ohio, William H. Bricker appears as a head of household which include his wife, Ella Bricker, his sons, Harold A. Bricker and Forest Bricker, and his daughter-in-law, Nola May Bricker . He is 52 years old and has been married for 31 years. He was born in Ohio, as were his parents.16

      William Bricker survived the death of his father, Henry Bricker, who died on 11 December 1912 in Hicksville, Defiance County, Ohio.5 ; Mary Ann with her 5 children. ; 2 photos - one of William and Ella Bricker and another of their house in Hicksville. In the census of 14 January 1920 in Hicksville, Defiance County, Ohio, William Henry Bricker appears as a head of household which includes his wife, Ella Bricker. William, age 62, is married and owns his own farm. His address is given as 203 N. Main Street.17 William Bricker survived the death of his mother, Mary Ann Bricker, who died on 27 May 1924. William Bricker survived the death of his wife, Ella Landis, who died on 16 April 1926.7 ; grave stones - 2. In 1929, William was working as Stock buyer for Hicksville Slippers Company. At one time, he had a farm across the street from his parents. He used his wife's money to buy the farm, but he did not take to farming. in Hicksville, Defiance County, Ohio.2,14 His four children survived him.

     William Bricker died on 8 May 1929 in Hicksville, Defiance County, Ohio, at age 70 from coronary arthritis that he had been struggling with for two years. The information provided on his death certificate was given by Harold Bricker from Hicksville, Ohio, and it stated that William was a widowed and died at age 71 years, 4 months, and 10 days. His granddaughter, Lucille, remembers that he always smoked cigars and the house always smeeled like cigars.2,3,14 He is buried in the Forest Home Cemetery located in Salem Township, Hicksville, Defiance County, Ohio.[C]2,3
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     OBITUARY: Death calls William H. Bricker. Wednesday afternoon of last week, shortly after the noon hour the startling announcement was made that William H. Bricker, 71, had passed away at his resident, corner of North Main and West Smith Street. He had been ill but a comparatively few hours, the public not aware to any extent that he was ill at all, as he had so recently been on the streets, following his usual business and habits. Only the day before was it realized that his conditon was so critical, his ailment being valvular heart trouble. He had served the city as councilman and was a member of the U. B. Church. His life has been marked by a large measure of public spirit for the best things for his home community. Mrs. Bricker died in 1926, and deceased is survived by three sons, Roy of Wauseon, Harold of Hicksville, and Forres of Fort Wayne; and daughter Lena Grier of Ft. Wayne. Two brothers also survive, John Bricker of Ft. Wayne, Frank of Hicksville, and a sister Mrs. Amy Ketron of Sanducky. Funeral services were held Friday at 2:30 in the United Brethren church, Rev. L. H. Myers officiating. Burial in Forst Home Cemetery.

Veteran Livestock Manager dies. W. H. Bricker, whose heritage was that of a farmer and whole destiny the management of the oldest successful cooperative livestock association in Ohio, died at his home at Hicksville May 8.Mr. Bricker was secretary and manager of the Hicksville Shippers Company, a local organization in Defiance County, having worked for the interest of the stockmen of the county in this office since the establishment of the association February 4, 1919. He was a staunch advocate and supporter of cooperative livestock marketing as a means of bettering marketing and farm life. His association was one of the founders and a charter member of the Ohio Livestock Cooperative Ass'n and a strong pillar in the livestock industry of the state.14

Family

Ella Landis b. 14 Jul 1860, d. 16 Apr 1926
Children

Citations

  1. [S55] J. H. Beers & Co., Biographical Record of Northwestern Ohio.
  2. [S182] William Henry Bricker, Ohio, Death Certificate, #33968.
  3. [S911] Forest Home Cemetery, Defiance County, Ohio.
  4. [S813] 1860 U. S. Census, Noble County, Indiana population schedule, Swan Township, Page 32, NARA.
  5. [S326] Henry Bricker's Obituary, 1912.
  6. [S686] 1870 U. S. Census, Defiance County, Ohio population schedule, Hicksville Township, Page 100, NARA.
  7. [S322] Ella Bricker's Obituary, 1926.
  8. [S112] 1880 U. S. Census, Defiance County, Ohio, poluation schedule, Hicksville, Page 177D, NARA.
  9. [S803] 1900 U. S. Census, Defiance County, Ohio, population schedule, Hicksville Township, sheet sheet 16A, NARA.
  10. [S1023] World War I Draft Cards, 1917-1918 Record. Unverified data from the website: www.ancestry.com.
  11. [S802] 1910 U. S. Census, Defiance County, Ohio, population schedule, Hicksville Townshio, sheet sheet 6A/page 136, NARA.
  12. [S16] St. Jacob's Cemetery, Columbiana County, Ohio.
  13. [S555] The Malloure Family Tree, 1996. Copy in possession of Barbara J. Malloure.
  14. [S1020] Bricker Family History, November 2nd & 3rd, 2005. Copy in possession of Barbara J. Malloure.
  15. [S803] 1900 U. S. Census, Defiance County, Ohio, population schedule, Hicksville Township, sheet sheet 16A, NARA.
  16. [S802] 1910 U. S. Census, Defiance County, Ohio, population schedule, Hicksville Township, sheet sheet 6A/page 136, NARA.
  17. [S448] 1920 U. S. Census, Defiance County, Ohio, population schedule, Hicksville Township, sheet Page 1B, NARA.

Ella Landis1

F, b. 14 July 1860, d. 16 April 1926
FatherAbsalom Landis2 b. 1826, d. 1865
MotherEmily Frances Hughes2 b. 15 Oct 1830, d. 19 Mar 1915
ChartsJohn Bricker's Descendant Chart
     Ella Landis was born on 14 July 1860 in Hicksville, Defiance County, Ohio. Her obituary states that she was born on the 14th of July 1860, but she is not shown in the 1860 census, which is dated the 17th of July.2,1 She was the daughter of Absalom Landis and Emily Frances Hughes.2 Ella was educated at Hicksville, Defiance County, Ohio. In the census of 4 August 1870 in Hicksville, Defiance County, Ohio, Ella appears in the household of Emily Landis as Ella Landis. She is ten years old and was born in Ohio.3 In 1879, she converted and joined the Church of the United Brethren in Christ, in Hicksville.2

     Ella Landis married William Henry Bricker, son of Henry Bricker and Mary Ann Bair, on 9 October 1879 in Hicksville, Defiance County, Ohio.4,2 ; young lady.
In the census of 21 June 1880 in Hicksville, Defiance County, Ohio, she is listed as the wife of William Henry Bricker. Her name appears as Elin Bricker. She is 19 years old, keeping house, and was born in Ohio, as were her parents.5 On 14 December 1880 their daughter, Lena B. Bricker, was born in Hicksville, Defiance County, Ohio. Their second child, Roy L., was born on 10 August 1882 in Hicksville, Defiance County, Ohio.6,1,7 Their third child, Harold A., was born on 25 May 1889 in Hicksville, Defiance County, Ohio.8,9 Their fourth child, Forrest C., was born on 11 November 1893 in Hicksville, Defiance County, Ohio.10,11 In the census of 22 June 1900 in Hicksville, Defiance County, Ohio, she is listed as the wife of William Bricker. She is 40 years old and was born in Ohio, July 1859. She has been married for 20 years and is the mother of seven children; six that are still living. It is assume that the number of children given is incorrect because only four children are listed and the1910 census indicates that she is the mother of only four children. Perhaps she gave birth to seven children, but it is believed that only four were living in 1900.12

     Lucille Malloure remembers that Ella never had afire in the house, kept the house cool.11
In the census of 25 April 1910 in Hicksville, Defiance County, Ohio, she is listed as the wife of William H. Bricker. She is 50 years old and has been married for 31 years. She is the mother of four children; all living. She was born in Ohio and her parents are listed as being born in the United States.13 ; 2 photos - one of William and Ella Bricker and another of their house in Hicksville. In the census of 14 January 1920 in Defiance County, Ohio, she is listed as the wife of William Henry Bricker. She is 54 years old, was born in Ohio along with her parents.14 ; Gravestone.1

     Ella Landis died on 16 April 1926 in Fort Wayne, Allen County, Indiana, at age 65 of an illness that had been going on for a number of years.. She departed this life at the hospital in Fort Wayne at aged 65 years, 9 months, and 2 days. Her obituary read; "Naturally she was of a quiet, reserved disposition, but her kind, unassuming, beautiful life enable her to number her friends by her acquaintance. It was a pleasure for her to minister to or assist a neighbor, or even stranger, when opportunity presented." When in the enjoyment of her health, she was active in the work of the church, a teacher in the Sunday school, member and treasurer for ten years of the Woman's Missionary Association.2,1 She was survived by her husband, William and four children; Mrs. Lena Greer of Fort Wayne, Roy of Wauseon, Harold of Hicksville, and Forrest of Fort Wayne; two sisters, Mrs. M. Warner, Mrs. Fanny Frease; two brothers, David and Frank Landis, all of Hicksville, except the latter, who resides in Tampa, Florida; and eight grandchldren.2

     OBITUARY: ""Ella, daughter of Aboselem and Emily Landis, was born in Hicksville, July 14th, 1860. Here she attended the schools of our town and grew to womanhood.
     She was united in marriage with William H. Bricker, October 9th, 1879. To them were born four children, one daughter and three sons, Lena, Roy, Harold, and Forrest.
     Naturally she was of a quiet, reserved disposition, but her kind, unassuming beautiful life enable her to number his friends by her acquaintances. It was a pleasure for her to minister to or assist a neighbor, or even stranger, when opportunity presented.
     During the pastorate of Rev. D. B. Keller, in 1879, she was converted and joined the Church of the United Brethren in Christ, in Hicksville, of which she was an honored member at her death. When in the enjoyment of her health, she was active in the work of the church, a teacher in the Sunday school, member of the Woman's Missionary Association, holding an official relation as treasurer for ten years. She loved the services of the sanctuary, and supplemented her profession with an even Christian life that emphasized her influence for good.
     A devoted wife, mother, and friend has passes from our presence and gone to her reward. She has been in ill helath for a number of years, but recently more serious, and the ministry of loving hands and medical skill could not avert the summons.
     She departed this life at the hospital in Fort Wayne, April 16th, 1926, aged 65 years, 9 months, and 2 days. She leaves to deplore their loss, husband, four children, Mrs. Lena Greer of Fort Wayne, roy of Wauseon, Harold of Hicksville, and Forrest of Fort Wayne, two sister, Mrs. M. Warner, Mrs. Fanny Frease; two brothers, David and Frank Landis, all of Hicksvill, except the latter, who resides in Tampa, Florida; eight grandchildren, and numberous friends.
     Funeral services were conducted form the U. B. church Monday, by her pastor, Rev. J. H. Patterson, assisted by Rev. J. W. Lilly. Interment at Forest Home.
     CARD OF THANKS - We take this means of extending our heartfelt thanks to all the neighbors and friends who aided in anyway and extended sympathy and kindness during the illness and departure of our dear wife and mother. We thank in particular the flower donors, the singers, the pastors, and those who contributed the use of the cars. W. H. Bricker and Children."2
She is buried in the Forest Home Cemetery located in Salem Township, Hicksville, Defiance County, Ohio. Funeral services were conducted from the U. B. church Monday, by her pastor, Rev. J. H. Patterson, assited by Rev. J. W. Lilly.[C]2,1
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Family

William Henry Bricker b. 28 Dec 1858, d. 8 May 1929
Children

Citations

  1. [S911] Forest Home Cemetery, Defiance County, Ohio.
  2. [S322] Ella Bricker's Obituary, 1926.
  3. [S686] 1870 U. S. Census, Defiance County, Ohio population schedule, Hicksville, Page 107, NARA.
  4. [S182] William Henry Bricker, Ohio, Death Certificate, #33968.
  5. [S112] 1880 U. S. Census, Defiance County, Ohio, poluation schedule, Hicksville, Page 177D, NARA.
  6. [S803] 1900 U. S. Census, Defiance County, Ohio, population schedule, Hicksville Township, sheet sheet 16A, NARA.
  7. [S1023] World War I Draft Cards, 1917-1918 Record. Unverified data from the website: www.ancestry.com.
  8. [S802] 1910 U. S. Census, Defiance County, Ohio, population schedule, Hicksville Townshio, sheet sheet 6A/page 136, NARA.
  9. [S16] St. Jacob's Cemetery, Columbiana County, Ohio.
  10. [S555] The Malloure Family Tree, 1996. Copy in possession of Barbara J. Malloure.
  11. [S1020] Bricker Family History, November 2nd & 3rd, 2005. Copy in possession of Barbara J. Malloure.
  12. [S803] 1900 U. S. Census, Defiance County, Ohio, population schedule, Hicksville Township, sheet sheet 16A, NARA.
  13. [S802] 1910 U. S. Census, Defiance County, Ohio, population schedule, Hicksville Township, sheet sheet 6A/page 136, NARA.
  14. [S448] 1920 U. S. Census, Defiance County, Ohio, population schedule, Hicksville Township, sheet Page 1B, NARA.

Joseph C. Malloure1,2

M, b. 10 January 1862, d. 20 June 1930
FatherGamiata F. C. Malloure b. c 1835, d. c 1865
MotherZoe Alexandrine Semonin b. 23 Mar 1833, d. 12 Aug 1909
ChartsGeimet Malloure's Descendant Chart
Joseph Clayton Malloure's Pedigree Chart
     Joseph C. Malloure was born on 10 January 1862 in Hopkinsville, Christian County, Kentucky. It is possible that Joseph was born in Henderson, even though his death certificate says Hopkinsville. His parents were married in Henderson and his father during the Civil War enlisted and was captured in Henderson within a year after his birth. There is no record of them ever going to Hopkinsville. Joseph was raised as a Catholic.1 He was the son of Gamiata F. C. Malloure and Zoe Alexandrine Semonin. When Joseph was six months old, his father enlisted in the Confederate Army. About a year later, he was captured in Henderson, Kentucky and taken to Johnson's Island Prison in Sandusky, Ohio. He spent nearly two years there before being released. It is not known what happened to him afterwards, but his family believed that he died in the war.3 In the census of 13 June 1870 in Evansville, Vandenburgh County, Indiana, Joseph appears in the household of Zoere Millmitte as Joseph Millmitte. In this census he is eight years old and was born in Kentucky. Also living in this household is his grandmother and half sister. His Aunt and Uncle Tisserand are record in the census next to them. Perhaps they were all living together.4 In 1878, Joseph was working as cloth baler at the Evansville Cotton Manufacturing. His Uncle John is listed as a forman at this Co. in 1868. in Evansville, Vandenburgh County, Indiana. In the census of 8 June 1880 in Evansville, Vandenburgh County, Indiana, he is listed as a grandson of Jane Semonin. His name appears as Jos Millord. He is 18 years old and appears with his mother.5 In the census of 14 June 1880 in Hopkinsville, Christian County, Kentucky, he is listed as a brother-in-law of George Alphonso Hannin. His name appears as Joe C. Malloure. This is the second census he appears in 1880. Here he is 21 years old and working in a clothes store. He was born in Kentucky and both of his parents are shown as being born in France.6,7 In 1887, Joseph and Clara moved to Cooter, Missouri. Joseph Malloure entered the mercantile business and cotton business with a Mr. Gosnell, under the firm name of Malloure and Gosnell. He lived in Cooter, for ten years.

     Joseph C. Malloure married Clara M. Arford, daughter of Crawford Arford and Catherine Slater, on 5 October 1886 in Assumption Catholic Church, Evansville, Vanderburgh County, Indiana.8,9,10 ; A Great Slaughter in Prices.11

      In January 1887 an article appeared in the Odon Weekly Journal, Odon, Indiana, stating: "Our enterprising merchant, J. C. Malloure called at the Journal office last Saturday evening, after business hours. He reports his Christmas trade good." His advertisement in this same newspaper read, "The Public are invited to examine our' stock, being large and assortment more complete than at any previous season, at PRICES ONE THIRD LESS THAN ANY OF OUR COMPETITORS... We offer the most complete assortmet of all the best make of Flannels and Jeans at last Spring pices. BUY NOW." Men's white all wool undershirts are 40 to 50 cents.11

     Several notes concerning the Malloures, appeared in the Odon Weekly Journal in the month of April 1887 under the column "LOCALS". On April 9th it read; "We understand that J. C. Malloure & Co. will move their store from this place soon." On April 16th another notice appeared stating; "J. C. Malloure and wife left on last Monday for Arkansas where they are looking out a location." Then finally on April 30th, the column read " J. C. Malloure & wife returned from Arkansas Saturday where they intend locating in the near future." It is not known if they ever went to Arkansas or not.11

      On 27 June 1887 their son, Victor Theodore Malloure, was born in Evansville, Vandenburgh County, Indiana.12,13 On 7 February 1890 their son, Harry E. Malloure, was born in Cooter, Pemiscot County, Missouri.14 On 18 January 1892 their son, Clarence Leon Malloure, was born in Cooter, Pemiscot County, Missouri.15,16 In 1897, Joseph and Clara moved to Caruthersville, Pemiscot County, Missouri. Joseph Malloure followed principally clerical pursuits, being an expert bookkeeper and office man. He was connected with the Wisconsin LUmber Co., until two or three years before his death. He also served as secretary-treasurer of the Elks Chute Drainage District.9 On 8 September 1897 their son, Joseph Clayton Malloure, was born in Caruthersville, Pemiscot County, Missouri.17 In the census of 5 June 1900 in Little Prairie, Pemiscot County, Missouri, Joseph C. Malloure, shown as Joseph C. Malure, appears as a head of household, which include his wife, Clara M. Malure, his sons, Victor T. Malure, Harry E. Malure, Clarence Leon Malloure and Clay J. Malure. He was born Jan 1862 and is 38 years old. His birth location, along with his parents, is given as Florida. It is unknown if he or his parents had ever lived in Florida, but it is not believed that they were born there. Joseph and Clara have been married for 15 years and he is working as a Deputy Postman. The census indicates that he owns his home and it is not mortaged.2

      In the census of 28 April 1910 in Caruthersville, Pemiscot County, Missouri, Joseph C. Malloure, shown as Joe C. Malure, appears as a head of household which include his wife, Clara M. Malure, his sons, Clarence Malure and Clay Malure . He is 48 years old, was born in Kentucky and his parents were both born in France. He has been married only one time and for 23 years. His profession is given as commericial and he rents his home.18 In the census of 5 January 1920 in Caruthersville, Pemiscot County, Missouri, Joseph C. Malloure appears as a head of household which include his wife, Clara Malloure, his sons, Harry Malloure, Clarence Malloure and Joseph C. Malloure Jr. . He is 58 years old, working as an accountant, and was born in Kentucky. His parents were born in France. He is living at 408 Carleton Ave in Caruthersville. Also living in this household and working as a servant is Ross Walker, age 45, and born in Tennessee.19 In the census of 10 April 1930 in Caruthersville, Pemiscot County, Missouri, Joseph C. Malloure appears as a head of household which include his wife, Clara M. Malloure, his sons, Harry E. Malloure and Clarence Leon Malloure . He is 67 years old and was 21 years old when he was first married. He owns his own home at 408 Carleton Ave and it is valued at $5000. The household also owns a radio and it is not a farm. His birth location is given as Kentucky, his father's as France and his mother's as Kentucky. He is working as a public accountant and is shown as not a veteran.20

     Joseph C. Malloure died on 20 June 1930 in Caruthersville, Pemiscot County, Missouri, at age 68 of diabetes mellitus. Joseph was married at the time and retired. He died at 8:30 pm and was 68 years, 5 months, and 6 days.1,9 He is buried in the Little Prairie Cemetery located in Caruthersville, Pemiscot County, Missouri.[C]1 He was survived by his wife, Clara and his four children.1

     OBITUARY: Joseph C. Malloure, Sr. died at his home on Carleton avenue last Friday, June 20th, at the age of 68 years, 5 months and 6 days. Death was due to a complication of ailments, principally hardening of the arteries and high blood pressure. He has been in failing health for a year or more, but recent illness was of only short duration. He was taken to the hospital at Blytheville for a week and brought home Sunday, June 15th, death following Friday.Malloure was born January 14, 1862, in Henderson, Ky., where he grew to manhood at Evansville, Ind. He was married to Miss Clara M. Alford of Odon, Ind., on October 5, 1886, to which union were born four children, all boys, being Victor E., Harry E., Clarence L., all of this city and Joseph Clay, of Flint, Mich.a year after his marriage, he moved to this county, locating at Cooter, where he engaged in the mercantile and cotton business with a Mr. Gosnell, under the firm name of Malloure and Gosnell. He lived at Cooter for ten years, moving to Caruthersville in the fall of 1897 where he has since resided.the greater part of his residence in Caruthersville, he has been connected with the Wisconsin Lumber Co., until two or three years ago, when he retired to private life. He also served as secretary-treasurer of the Elks Chute Drainage District and was very efficient, being a good accountant.is survived by his widow and four sons, names above, also one sister, Mrs. Sally Hannin, and her son George and daughter Zoe, of Paducah, Ky; two daughters-in-law, Cora and Katherine and two grandchildren, Bethel and Donald. All four boys served in the late World War and were very fortunate in returning.services were conducted at the family home on Carleton avenue by Rev. E. H. O'Rear, a former pastor of the Methodist church of this city, and now of Charleston, assisted by Rev. Carlton Wade of the local Methodist church. A large gathering of friends and neighbors attended these services. A wealth of floral offerings attested to the esteem in which Mr. Malloure was held in this city.
Interment followed in Little Prairie Cemetery.Malloure's reputation for fairness, honesty and uprightness was never for a moment questioned during his long and active life in this city. He was a quiet, reserved man, who believed in doing thoroughly his duties, never shirking work that needed to be done. He was one of those solid substantial citizens which are so necessary and yet so few. He lived a life that was well rounded and above reproach.Argus - Caruthersvile, Missouri - Thursday, June 26, 1930
: Sally A. Malloure Hannin (1845-Oct. 1945) "only sister of the late J.C. Malloure" "Passed away at her home in Paducah, Ky." Interment at Hopkinsville, Ky.
: Missouri Death Cert. has the day of birth as being the 10th.9 
 

Family

Clara M. Arford b. 31 Mar 1867, d. 25 Dec 1934
Children

Citations

  1. [S177] Joseph C. Malloure Sr., Missouri, Death Certificate, #20213.
  2. [S580] 1900 U. S. Census, Pemiscot County, Missouri, population schedule, Little Prairie, sheet 94, NARA.
  3. [S502] Money and Goods received from Prisoners at Johnson Island Union Prison, August 1862 - February 1864. Prison Archives.
  4. [S638] 1870 U. S. Census, Vandenburgh County, Indiana population schedule, Evansville, Ward 8, Page 361, NARA.
  5. [S287] 1880 U.S. Census, Vandenburgh County, Indiana, poluation schedule, Evansville, Page 478B, NARA.
  6. [S579] 1880 U. S. Census, Christian County, Kentucky, population schedule, Hopkinsville, sheet 1, NARA.
  7. [S287] 1880 U.S. Census, Vandenburgh County, Indiana, poluation schedule, Evansville, Page 478B, NARA.
  8. [S667] Indiana Works Administration, Marriage Records: Indiana, 1850-1920 Database, Joseph Malloure, Clara Arford, 05 Oct 1886, Book 13, Page 442. Index to Marriage Records 1846 - 1920 Vanderburgh County, Indiana.
  9. [S1078] Information submitted by various independent individuals., online @ www.findagrave.com.
  10. [S912] Marriage Record Church of Assumption. Unknown repository.
  11. [S556] Odon Weekly Journal.
  12. [S575] Victor T. Malloure, Missouri, Death Certificate, #60-023978.
  13. [S449] 1920 U. S. Census, Pemiscot County, Missouri, population schedule, 3wd, Caruthersville, sheet Sheet 3B, NARA.
  14. [S576] Harry Everett Malloure, Missouri, Death Certificate, #63-029380.
  15. [S574] Clarence L. Malloure, Missouri, Death Certificate, #39650.
  16. [S1023] World War I Draft Cards, 1917-1918 Record. Unverified data from the website: www.ancestry.com.
  17. [S572] Joseph Clayton Malloure, Social Security Application (SS-5).
  18. [S577] 1910 U. S. Census, Pemiscot County, Missouri, population schedule, 3 Ward, Caruthersville, sheet Page 59, Sheet 27A, NARA.
  19. [S449] 1920 U. S. Census, Pemiscot County, Missouri, population schedule, 2wd, Caruthersville, sheet Sheet 5A, page 172, NARA.
  20. [S278] 1930 U. S. Census, Pemiscot County, Missouri, population schedule, Caruthersville, sheet 3B, NARA.

Susanna Scott1

F, b. 6 July 1851, d. 19 August 1874
FatherWilliam Carlisle Scott IV1 b. 23 Nov 1817, d. 8 Jun 1905
MotherMary Scott1 b. 16 Jan 1819, d. 7 Oct 1892
     Susanna Scott married Thomas Jefferson Long.

     Susanna Scott was born on 6 July 1851 in Union Township, Carroll County, Ohio.1 She was the daughter of William Carlisle Scott IV and Mary Scott.1 In the Union Township, Carroll County, Ohio census dated 9 June 1860, Susanna Scott, shown as Susanna Scott, is listed in the household of William Carlisle Scott IV. She is nine years old and was born in Ohio.2 In the Union Township, Carroll County, Ohio census dated 23 June 1870, Susanna Scott, shown as Susan Scott, is listed in the household of William Carlisle Scott IV. She is 18 years old, at home, attending school and was born in Ohio.3

     Susanna Scott died on 19 August 1874 in Union Township, Carroll County, Ohio, at age 23.1

Family

Thomas Jefferson Long b. 1841, d. 1914

Citations

  1. [S295] Bible, Adam and Ruth Ann (Scott) Beamer's Family Bible.
  2. [S525] 1860 U. S. Census, Carroll County, Ohio population schedule, Union Township, Page after stamped page 302 or handwritten page 86, NARA.
  3. [S527] 1870 U. S. Census, Carroll County, Ohio population schedule, Union Township, Page 177, NARA.

Henry Bricker1,2

M, b. 12 January 1837, d. 11 December 1912
FatherJohn F. Bricker3,2 b. 23 Aug 1810, d. 4 Apr 1886
MotherRebecca Burger3,2 b. 11 Aug 1803, d. 26 Mar 1851
ChartsJohn Bricker's Descendant Chart
     Henry Bricker was born on 12 January 1837 in Salem, Columbiana County, Ohio. He was born in the log cabin that was the birth place of his father also.4,5,6,7 He was the son of John F. Bricker and Rebecca Burger.3,2 In the 1840 census in Centre Township, Columbiana County, Ohio, Henry Bricker is assumed to be enumerated with John F. Bricker.8 ; Family. Wallace Burton Bricker David Franklin Bricker William Henry Bricker John Martin Bricker Amy Sophia Bricker Henry Bricker Mary Ann (Bair) Bricker
In the census of 20 September 1850 in Centre Township, Columbiana County, Ohio, Henry appears in the household of John F. Bricker. He is 13 years old and was born in Ohio.3 Henry Bricker survived the death of his mother, Rebecca Burger, who died on 26 March 1851. At age 18, he was given the privilege of learning a trade in which he was pecuniary aided by his father. He left home and became an apprentice to the blacksmith's trade at West Unity, Williams County, for two and a half years He completed his apprenticeship at Hayesville, Ashland County, and then came to Hicksville and remained a year; finding employment, but not working at his trade. He hauled rails at fifty cents per day and also cut cordwood at twenty-five cents per cord.7,2

     Henry Bricker married Mary Ann Bair, daughter of Martin Bair and Susanna Gilbert, on 3 April 1857 in Allen County, Indiana. After their marriage, they settled in Swan Township, Noble County, Indiana. In 1861 they were able to purchase a small home.7,9,2,10 Their first child, William Henry, was born on 28 December 1858 in Ohio.2,11

     In 1859, Henry and Mary moved with their family to Noble County, Indiana. Henry worked as a blacksmith and by 1861 they were able to purchase a small home.2 Reminder - Pick a Role; He is 22 years old, working as a blacksmith, and was born in Ohio. He is living next to his brother, George Bricker, age 25.12 Their second child, John Martin, was born on 4 December 1861 in Ohio. He was born during the Civil War and Henry had already left to join the fight, a few months earlier; He was born two months after his father left for the Civil War.13,2

      During the Civil War, Henry Bricker signed up with the 5th Battery of Indiana Artillery on 8 October 1861 at Indianapolis, Indiana. They enlisted together and they participated in the battles of Chapel Hill, Stone River, Chicamauga, Buzzard's Roost, Pine Tree Creek, Atlanta, Resaca, Jonesboro and others. Henry served as sergeant and chief artificer of the battery. Their first engagement was at Stone River, where the action began at daylight.A shell fragment stuck Henry, but it only knocked him down. He kept that fragment throughout the war.7,2 An unknown person signed up with the (an unknown value) on 8 October 1861 at Indianapolis, Indiana.7,2 He and David Bricker ended their military service on 19 November 1864. The two brothers were honorable discharged having served nearly two months more than their term of enlistment.7

     Circa 1866, Henry and Mary moved with their family to Hicksville, Defiance County, Ohio.7,2 In his early manhood he joined the United Brethren church, transferring his membership to Hicksville in 1866, where he continued to be an active member and a zealous worker. He was a liberal contributor and supporter of the church. He was largely instrumental in securing the building funds and gave general supervision to the erection of the building, devoting the entire season to the duties entrusted to him with skill and efficiency. He served his church in various official relations; as Sunday school superintendent, church treasurer, and as trustee.7

      Their third child, David Franklin, was born on 2 February 1867 in Hicksville, Defiance County, Ohio.14,5,15 Their fourth child, Wallace Burton, was born on 1 May 1870 in Hicksville, Defiance County, Ohio.16,2,11 In the census of 28 July 1870 in Hicksville, Defiance County, Ohio, Henry Bricker is listed as the head of household which included the following household members; Mary Ann Bair, William Henry Bricker, John Martin Bricker, David Franklin Bricker, Wallace Burton Bricker and Susanna Bair. He is 33 years old, a blacksmith, and was born in Ohio. His real estate is valued at $3000 and his personal estate is valued at $2000.17 ; Bricker Clan.
Their fifth child, Nancy May, was born on 14 February 1876 in Hicksville, Defiance County, Ohio, and died within a few years of her birth.2,11 Their sixth child, Joseph Alandis, was born on 18 August 1878 and died the following month.2,11

      In the census of 21 June 1880 at Hicksville, Defiance County, Ohio, Henry Bricker appears as a head of household. Living with him is his wife, Mary Ann Bair, his sons, John Martin Bricker, Frank Bricker and Wallace Burton Bricker. He is 42 years old and was born in Ohio, as were his parents. He is farming.18 Their seventh child, Amy Sophia, was born on 5 December 1885 in Hicksville, Defiance County, Ohio.19,2

     He was formerly a soldier in the 5th Battery, Indiana Light Artillery, and was in receipt of a pension of $8 per month under the general law, on account of chronic diarrhoea and disease of rectum when he, on March 6, 1897, filed a claim for increase on account of said diseases and "heart affection" alleged to be a result of the same. The claim was rejected. The claim was subsequently reopened and $12 per month allwowed from July 21, 1897. On Aril 30, 1890, at age 53, he was described as 5 feet 6 1/2 inches, weight, 152 pounds.20 In the census of on 23 June 1900 at at Hicksville, Defiance County, Ohio, Henry Bricker appears as a head of household which include his wife, Mary Ann Bair and his daughter, Amy Sophia Bricker . He is 63 years old, has been married for 42 years, and was born in Ohio, January 1837. His parents were born in Maryland. He is a farmer, owns his own farm and is living near Wallace Bricker, his son.21 ; 1906 from huge Bricker photo.
In the census of 1 April 1910 in Hicksville, Defiance County, Ohio, Henry Bricker appears as a head of household which includes his wife, Mary Ann Bair. He is 73 years old and has been married for 52 years. He was born in Ohio, as were his parents. He owns his own house, without a mortgage and is living next to his son, Wallace B. Bricker.22 ; gravestones. Henry Bricker was survived by his wife, four sons; William H., John M., D. Frank, and Wallace B., one daughter; Mrs. Amy Weber, of Cleveland, three borthers; George Bricker of Swan, Indiana, David Bricker of Hicksville and Eli Bricker of Salem, Ohio; four sisters, Mrs. Figley and Mrs. Brinker of Lisbon, Ohio and Mrs. Armintha Long and Mrs. Rebecca Long of Salem, Ohio. Also eleven grandchildren and four great grandchildren survived him.7

     Henry Bricker died on 11 December 1912 in Hicksville, Defiance County, Ohio, at age 75 of a disease he contracted during his service in the army, on account of its hardships and meager fare his physical health was undermined. For more than a year he had been slowly but steadily failing. His strong will and energy kept him active until a short time before his death. Because of this he frequently went beyond his powers of endurance. At last completed to yield to the ravages of the disease he was kept within the confines of the home. But whilst he was living until the shadows of the earth life he saw the lights of the other world. This life lost its charms and he was desirous to depart and be with Christ, and as the watcher wakefully awaits the dawn so he patiently abided the time of his going. Death held no terrors for him. With his family about him to give every attention and care to render his last hours most comfortable he went "not like the quarry slave at night scourged to his dungeon, but sustained and soothed by an unfaltering trust, approached his grave like one who wtaps the drapery of his couch about him and lies down to peaceful dreams.7,23,24,25

      He is buried in the Forest Home Cemetery located in Salem Township, Hicksville, Defiance County, Ohio. The funeral was held in the U. B. Church Friday afternnon at 1 o'clock, Rev. J. F. Miller, of Bucyrus, officiating.[C]7,24
Forest Home Cemetery
Forest Home Cemetery


     OBITUARY: "Henry Bricker was born in Columbiana County, Ohio, January 12, 1837. Reared on a farm he was trained in his boyhood days in the peaceful pursuits of an agricultural life. At the age of eighteen he was accorded the privilege of learning a trade in which he was pecuniary aided by his father. Accordingly leaving ghe parental roof-tree and facing life, in its sterner aspects, he became an apprentice to the blacksmith's trade at West Unity, Williams county, for two and a half years, completing his apprenticeship at Hayesville, Ashland county. On April 3, 1857 he married Mary Ann Bear and settled in Swan township, Noble county, Indiana, where he plied his trade until the drumbeat and the call to arms roused him from his peaceful activities and sent him forth as a defender of the nation's honor. Enlisted with his brother, David, at Indianapolis on October 8, 1861 in the 5th Battery of Indiana Artillery, he participated in te battles of Chapel Hill, Stone River, Chicamauga, Buzzard's Roost, Pine Tree Creek, Atlanta, Resaca, Jonesboro and others, acquitting himself with the fortitude and honor of a true soldier. He and his brother were honorably discharged November 19, 1864, having served nearly two months more than their term of enlistment. Laying down the weapons of warfare he returned to his home and again took up the implements of industry and peace and diligently applied himself to his trade. In 1866 he removed to Hicksville when he established himself in business and pursued his trade for fifteen years more when he abandoned it and gave his attention to farming. Seven children came to bless and brighten the home, tow of whom died in infancy and five survive him. It was his privilege and joy to see his children established in life and enjoying the comforts of good homes. His father and mother having been members of the Reformed church, he was catechised in that fiath in his childhood, but did not unite with the church until he comprehended and understood well what he was doing and knew for himself that he had experienced a change of heart. In his early manhood he joined the United Brethren church, transferring his membership to Hicksville in 1866, where he continued an active member and a zealous worker. He was a liberal contributor and supporter of the church, being on of the instigators of the movement which resulted in the erection of the present edifice. He was largely instrumental in securing the bhilding funds and gave general supervision oto the erection of the building, devoting the entire season to the duties entrusted to him with skill and efficiency. He served his church in various official relations - as Sunda school superintendent, church treasurer, and as trustee, during his entire church life always proving himself efficient and faithful.
     Mr. Bricker was a man among men. His integrity was unquestioned, his honor unsullied and his character unimpeachable. As a citizen he stood for civic righteousness and public morality. Quiet and unassuming reticent and unabltrusive he walked the peaceful paths of life always according others the smae privileges which he himself enjoyed. It was not his to molest or make afriad but with a calm dignity and manly bearing he held the esteem of all. Whether in public life or private dealing he held himself above suspicion. As a Christian he was earnest and devout, Faithful and loyal he stinted not in serivce or giving. With faith unfeigned he held himself to Christian duty. Unemotional in nature there were depths to his soul, therefore, he was not quickly and easily moved. But when stirred his frame would tremble and the depths of his nature would send fourth the flood of tears. He delighted in the worship of God's house and was always to be seen in his pew until his physical condition forbade him this pleasure. He was a good husband and a tender and loving father. Kind but not over-indulgent he taught by example as well as by precept and 'commanded his children after him.' Following the scriptural injunction he brought them up 'in the nurture and admonition of the Lord.'
     During his service in the army, on account of its hardships and meager fare his physical health was undermined and he contracted the disease which worked his undoing. For more than a year he had been slowly but steadily failing. His strong will and energy kept him active until a short time before his death. Because of this he frequently went beyond his powers of endurance. At last compelled to yield to the ravages of the disease he was kept within the confines of the home. But whilst he was living until the shadows of the earth life he saw the lights of the other world. This life lost its charms and he was desirous to depart and be with Christ, and as the watcher wakefully awaits the dawn so he patiently abided the time of his going. Death held no terrors for him. With his family about him to give every attention and care to render his last hours most comfortable he went "not like the quarry slave at night scourged to his dungeon, but sustained and soothed by an unfaltering trust, approached his grave like one who wraps the drapery of his couch about him and lies down to peaceful dreams. he departed this life December 11, 1912 at the venerable age of 75 years, 10 months, and 29 days. He leaves to mourn, his wife, four sons, William H., John M., D. Frank, Wallace B., and one daughter, Mrs. Amy Weber, of Cleveland; three brothers, George Bricker, Swan, Ind; David Bricker, Hicksville; and Eli Bricker, Salem, O; four sisters, Mrs. Figley and Mrs. Brinker, Lisbon, O; and Mrs. Armintha Long and Mrs. Rebecca Long, Salem, O; also eleven grandchildren and four great grandchild.
     The funeral was held in the U. B. church Friday afternoon at 1 o'clock, Rev. J. F. Miller, of Bucyrus, offliciating. Interment at Forest Home."7

Family

Mary Ann Bair b. 11 Nov 1841, d. 27 May 1924
Children

Citations

  1. [S803] 1900 U. S. Census, Defiance County, Ohio, population schedule, Hicksville Township, sheet sheet 17B, NARA.
  2. [S55] J. H. Beers & Co., Biographical Record of Northwestern Ohio.
  3. [S49] 1850 U. S. Census, Columbiana County, Ohio population schedule, Centre Township, Page 327, NARA.
  4. [S182] William Henry Bricker, Ohio, Death Certificate, #33968.
  5. [S517] D. Frank Bricker, Ohio, Death Certificate, ##31023.
  6. [S181] Wallace Burton Bricker, Ohio, Death Certificate, #43725.
  7. [S326] Henry Bricker's Obituary, 1912.
  8. [S807] 1840 U. S. Census , Columbiana County, Ohio,, poluation schedule, Centre Township, Page 251, NARA.
  9. [S802] 1910 U. S. Census, Defiance County, Ohio, population schedule, Hicksville Township, sheet sheet 1A/page 143, NARA.
  10. [S636] "Pension Papers of Henry Bricker", That she was married under the name of Mary Ann Bare to said soldier at Allen County, Indiana on the thrid day of April, 1857.
  11. [S911] Forest Home Cemetery, Defiance County, Ohio.
  12. [S813] 1860 U. S. Census, Noble County, Indiana population schedule, Swan Township, Page 32, NARA.
  13. [S112] 1880 U. S. Census, Defiance County, Ohio, poluation schedule, Hicksville, Page 177D, NARA.
  14. [S321] D. Frank Bricker's Obituary, 1936.
  15. [S112] 1880 U. S. Census, Defiance County, Ohio, poluation schedule, Hicksville, Page 177D, NARA.
  16. [S802] 1910 U. S. Census, Defiance County, Ohio, population schedule, Hicksville Township, sheet sheet 1A/page 14, NARA.
  17. [S686] 1870 U. S. Census, Defiance County, Ohio population schedule, Hicksville Township, Page 100, NARA.
  18. [S112] 1880 U. S. Census, Defiance County, Ohio, poluation schedule, Hicksville, Page 177D, NARA.
  19. [S803] 1900 U. S. Census, Defiance County, Ohio, population schedule, Hicksville Township, sheet sheet 17B, NARA.
  20. [S636] "Pension Papers of Henry Bricker."
  21. [S803] 1900 U. S. Census, Defiance County, Ohio, population schedule, Hicksville Township, sheet sheet 17B, NARA.
  22. [S802] 1910 U. S. Census, Defiance County, Ohio, population schedule, Hicksville Township, sheet sheet 1A/page 143, NARA.
  23. [S811] Noble County, Indiana Gen Web. Online at www.rootsweb.com/~innoble/.
  24. [S16] St. Jacob's Cemetery, Columbiana County, Ohio.
  25. [S636] "Pension Papers of Henry Bricker", That the said soldier died December 11, 1912 at Hicksville, Defiance County, Ohio.

Rebecca Scott1

F, b. 8 May 1849, d. 22 May 1849
FatherWilliam Carlisle Scott IV1 b. 23 Nov 1817, d. 8 Jun 1905
MotherMary Scott1 b. 16 Jan 1819, d. 7 Oct 1892
     Rebecca Scott was born on 8 May 1849 in Union Township, Carroll County, Ohio.1 She was the daughter of William Carlisle Scott IV and Mary Scott.1

     Rebecca Scott died on 22 May 1849 in Monroe Township, Carroll County, Ohio.1,2 She is buried in the Scott (New) Cemetery located in Monroe Township, Carroll County, Ohio.[C]

Citations

  1. [S295] Bible, Adam and Ruth Ann (Scott) Beamer's Family Bible.
  2. [S529] Unknown compiler, Carroll County cemeteries, date was chalked and said 1843....marriage of parents occured also in 1843.

Absalom Landis1,2

M, b. 1826, d. 1865
FatherDavid Landis3 b. c 1801
MotherMary3 b. c 1798
     Absalom Landis was born in 1826 in Ohio.2 He was the son of David Landis and Mary.3 In 1835, Absalom Landis moved with his parents to Defiance County, Ohio.4 In the 1840 census in Crane Township, Paulding Township, Ohio, Absalom Landis is assumed to be enumerated with David Landis.5 Absalom worked as a mail delivery boy in Defiance County, Ohio. He was described as a little short-legged, stubby boy.6 In the Hicksville, Defiance County, Ohio census dated 24 August 1850, Absalom Landis, shown as Absalom Landis, is listed in the household of David Landis. He is 23 years old, farming, and was born in Ohio.7

     Absalom Landis married Emily Frances Hughes, daughter of Henry Hughes and Nancy Thomas, on 20 October 1850.2 On 10 August 1851 their daughter, Ann Eliza Landis, was born in Defiance County, Ohio.8 On 6 April 1853 their son, George Washington Landis, was born in Defiance County, Ohio.2,8 Their third child, Emma France, was born on 19 September 1855 in Hicksville, Defiance County, Ohio. Their fourth child, David L., was born on 20 September 1857 in Defiance County, Ohio.8,2 In the census of 17 July 1860 at Hicksville, Defiance County, Ohio, Absalom Landis, shown as A. Landis, appears as a head of household which includes the following household members; Emily Landis, Ann Landis, George Landis, Francis Landis and David Landis. He is 33 years old, a farmer, and was born in Ohio. His real estate is valued at $2600 and his personal estae at $851.3 Their fifth child, Ella, was born on 14 July 1860 in Hicksville, Defiance County, Ohio. This is three days before the 1860 census and it is unknown why she didn't appear in the 1860 census or if she was actually born later; Her obituary states that she was born on the 14th of July 1860, but she is not shown in the 1860 census, which is dated the 17th of July.9,2 Their sixth child, Frank, was born in November 1862 in Defiance County, Ohio.10 Their seventh child, Mary Elizabeth, was born on 15 November 1862 in Defiance County, Ohio. Mary Elizabeth died the following year.2

     Absalom Landis died in 1865 in Defiance County, Ohio.2 He is buried in the Forest Home Cemetery located in Salem Township, Hicksville, Defiance County, Ohio.[C]2
Forest Home Cemetery. Old Section. Section 5, Row 1. Emily Hughes 1830-1945, Mary 1862-1863, Absalom 1826-1865.
Forest Home Cemetery
Forest Home Cemetery

Family

Emily Frances Hughes b. 15 Oct 1830, d. 19 Mar 1915
Children

Citations

  1. [S285] Letter, Afton Bricker to Barb Malloure, about 1981.
  2. [S911] Forest Home Cemetery, Defiance County, Ohio.
  3. [S74] 1860 U.S. Census, Defiance County, Ohio population schedule, Hicksville, Page 382, NARA.
  4. [S113] Obituary, 1912.
  5. [S655] 1840 U. S. Census , Paulding County, Ohio,, poluation schedule, Crane Township, Page 27, NARA.
  6. [S909] History of Defiance County, Ohio.
  7. [S52] 1850 U. S. Census, Defiance County, Ohio population schedule, Hicksville Township, Page 88, written page 177, NARA.
  8. [S223] D. D. & W. H. Hughes, Hughes and Allied Families.
  9. [S322] Ella Bricker's Obituary, 1926.
  10. [S803] 1900 U. S. Census, Defiance County, Ohio, population schedule, Hicksville Township, sheet 9, NARA.

Mary Scott1,2,3

F, b. 23 January 1845, d. 18 August 1872
FatherWilliam Carlisle Scott IV1 b. 23 Nov 1817, d. 8 Jun 1905
MotherMary Scott1 b. 16 Jan 1819, d. 7 Oct 1892
     Mary Scott was born on 23 January 1845 in Union Township, Carroll County, Ohio.1 She was the daughter of William Carlisle Scott IV and Mary Scott.1 In the Union Township, Carroll County, Ohio census dated 23 July 1850, Mary Scott, shown as Nancy Scott, is listed in the household of William Carlisle Scott IV. She is five years old and was born in Ohio.4 In the Union Township, Carroll County, Ohio census dated 9 June 1860, Mary Scott, shown as Mary Scott, is listed in the household of William Carlisle Scott IV. She is 15 years old and was born in Ohio.4

     Mary Scott married James C. Griffin circa 1870.5 In the Union Township, Carroll County, Ohio census dated 23 June 1870, Mary Scott, shown as Mary Griffin, is listed in the household of William Carlisle Scott IV. She is 25 years old, with occupation listed as "no-occupation. She was born in Ohio and was married within the year.6

     Mary Scott died on 18 August 1872 at age 27.1

Family

James C. Griffin b. 1847
Child

Citations

  1. [S295] Bible, Adam and Ruth Ann (Scott) Beamer's Family Bible.
  2. [S529] Unknown compiler, Carroll County cemeteries.
  3. [S527] 1870 U. S. Census, Carroll County, Ohio population schedule, Union Township, Page 177, NARA.
  4. [S525] 1860 U. S. Census, Carroll County, Ohio population schedule, Union Township, Page after stamped page 302 or handwritten page 86, NARA.
  5. [S527] 1870 U. S. Census, Carroll County, Ohio population schedule, Union Township, Page 177, NARA.
  6. [S527] 1870 U. S. Census, Carroll County, Ohio population schedule, Union Township, Page 177, NARA.

Mary Haseman1,2,3

F, b. 3 September 1840, d. 8 May 1916
FatherJohn Haseman1 b. b 1825, d. b 1850
MotherSophia Brantmeyer1 b. b 1825, d. Nov 1893
     Mary Haseman was born on 3 September 1840 in Maryland.4,3,1 She was the daughter of John Haseman and Sophia Brantmeyer.1 In the census of 21 September 1850 in 45th District, Preston County, Virginia, Mary appears in the household of Henry Stellhorn as Maria Stillhorn. She is 10 years old and she was born in Maryland.5 In the census of 26 June 1860 in Adams Township, Allen County, Indiana, Mary appears in the household of Henry Stellhorn as Mary Stellhorn. She is 19 years old and was born in Maryland.6

     Mary Haseman married Carl Heinrich Friedrich Conrad Piepenbrink, son of Ernst Diedrich Piepenbrink and Ilse Marie Christine Sophie Witte, on 3 January 1861 in Fort Wayne, Allen County, Indiana. Marriage license shows her name as Mary Hassman. They were married at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stellborn.7,8 On 10 November 1862 their son, Ernest J. Piepenbrink, was born in Fort Wayne, Allen County, Indiana.9,10 Their second child, Matilda, was born on 24 December 1864 in Adams Township, Allen County, Indiana. She died before she was a year old.3 Their third child, Amelia Christine Sophia, was born on 12 April 1866 in Fort Wayne, Allen County, Indiana.11 Their fourth child, Emma Louise, was born on 20 April 1870 in Fort Wayne, Allen County, Indiana.12,3,13,14 In the census of 29 July 1870 in Adams Township, Allen County, Indiana, Mary appears in the household of Charles Piepenbrink as Mary Piepenbrink. She is 29 years old, keeping house, and was born in Maryland. Her parents were of foreign birth.15 Their fifth child, Clara, was born in 1876 in Indiana.16 In the census of June 1880 in Fort Wayne, Allen County, Indiana, she is listed as the wife of Charles Piepenbrink. Her name appears as Mary Piepenbrink. She is 40 years old, keeping house, and was born in Maryland. Her parents were born in Prussia.17 In the census of 15 June 1900 in Adams Township, Allen County, Indiana, she is listed as the wife of Charles Pepenbrink. She is 59 years old and was born in Maryland in September 1840. She has been married for 40 years and is the mother of five children; four that are still living. Her parents were born in Germany.18 In the census of 20 April 1910 in Fort Wayne, Allen County, Indiana, she is listed as the wife of Charles Piepenbrink. Her name appears as Mary Piepenbrink. She is 69 years old and has been married for 49 years. She is the mother of five children; four are still living. She was born in Maryland and her parents were born in Germany.19 In 1911; 50th Wedding anniversary party.
; Wedding Anniversary photo and party.
Charles and Mary celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on 3 January 1911 with a party, a poem, and a family photo.

     Mary Haseman died on 8 May 1916 in Fort Wayne, Allen County, Indiana, at age 75 of cerebral hemorrhage. Her death certificate gives her age as 75 years, 8 months, and 5 days old.3,1 She is buried in the Lindenwood Cemetery located in Fort Wayne, Allen County, Indiana.[C]3

     OBITUARY: Mrs. Mary Piepenbrink, wife of Charles Piepenbrink, died yesterday at the family home, 2513 Pennsylvania Avenue, at the age of 75 years. Death was due to complications and followed an illness of two years. Mrs. Piepenbrink was born in West Virginia in 1840 but had resided here since 1854. Surviving besides the husband are the following children: Mrs. Emma Kelley at home.Ernest Piepenbrink, Mrs. William Smith and Mrs. Herman Sherman. There are also nineteen grandchildren, all of whom reside in Fort Wayne, and one great granchild. The following brothers and sisters also survive; John and William Stellhorn, Mrs. Christina Hockemeyer, Mrs. Wilhelmina Habecker, mrs. Maggie Hockemeyer and Lesita Neiter. Funeral services will be held Thursday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at the residence and at 3 o'clock at St. John's Reformed church of which the deceased was a member. Interment at Lindenwood.20

Family

Carl Heinrich Friedrich Conrad Piepenbrink b. 17 Mar 1839, d. 1 May 1917
Children

Citations

  1. [S871] Mary Piepenbrink, Indiana, Death Certificate.
  2. [S130] 1900 U. S. Census, Allen County, Indiana, NARA.
  3. [S291] Lindenwood Cemetery Interment Records, Fort Wayne Indiana, Volume 10, N-Q, Volume 7 I-K, 1860-1972.
  4. [S687] 1870 U. S. Census, Allen County, Indiana population schedule, Adams Township, Page 170, NARA.
  5. [S1006] 1850 U. S. Census, Preston County, Virginia population schedule, Preston, NARA.
  6. [S71] 1860 U.S. Census, Allen County, Indiana population schedule, Adams, NARA.
  7. [S244] Indiana Marriages, 1800-1941, online @ Ancestry.com.
  8. [S872] Marriage Certificate, Marriage Certificate for Chas Piepenbrink and Mary Hasman.
  9. [S687] 1870 U. S. Census, Allen County, Indiana population schedule, Adams Township, Page 170, NARA.
  10. [S268] Letter, Hilda A. Scherman to Lucille Malloure, 26 January 1994. Piepenbrink Family History Sheets: Ernest J. Piepenbrink, November 10, 1862. Died May 22, 1925. Burial Prairie Grove Cemetery. Married Mary Rose Elling. born May 28, 1871. Died September 18, 1963. Burial St. John Cemetery, New Haven, Indiana.
  11. [S942] United States Federal Census [database on-line], Provo, UT, USA, Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., online @ Ancestry.com. Ancestry.com.
  12. [S687] 1870 U. S. Census, Allen County, Indiana population schedule, Adams Township, Page 170, NARA.
  13. [S873] Female Kelley entry, Brith Registration, (16 July 1897).
  14. [S1018] Emma Louise Kelley's Memorial Book, Aprril 15, 1948. Copy in possession of Barbara J. Malloure.
  15. [S687] 1870 U. S. Census, Allen County, Indiana population schedule, Adams Township, Page 170, NARA.
  16. [S481] 1880 U. S. Census, Allen County, Indiana, poluation schedule, Ft. Wayne, Page 335B, NARA.
  17. [S481] 1880 U. S. Census, Allen County, Indiana, poluation schedule, Ft. Wayne, Page 335B, NARA.
  18. [S130] 1900 U. S. Census, Allen County, Indiana, population schedule, Adams Township, sheet 17A, page 261, NARA.
  19. [S225] 1910 U. S. Census, Allen County, Indiana, population schedule, 8-wd, Fort Wayne, sheet 8B, page 77, NARA.
  20. [S285] Letter, Afton Bricker to Barb Malloure, about 1981. Copy of newspaper, dated 9 May 1916.
  21. [S865] Letter, Russel A. Smith to Afton Bricker, April 23, 1973. "Ernest who came to America from Germany (Winsheim - I believe) with his family and settled near Ft. Wayne, Indiana. Chas & Mary had one son whom they named Ernest and his wife was Mary.
  22. [S865] Letter, Russel A. Smith to Afton Bricker, April 23, 1973. "You asked which person am I and how related - of the 19 grandchidren of Chas & Mary Piepenbrink - Elsie was #8 and I followed in a couple of months as #9 - Elsie's mother Emma and my mother Amelia were sisters."

Robert Louis Breest

M
     Robert Louis Breest married Mary Francis O'Leary.

Mary Francis O'Leary

F
     Mary Francis O'Leary married Robert Louis Breest.

Minnie Sawyer

F, b. 9 September 1897, d. 24 May 1976
ChartsGeimet Malloure's Descendant Chart
     Minnie Sawyer was born on 9 September 1897 in Dyer County, Tennessee.1,2

     Minnie Sawyer married Joseph Clayton Malloure, son of Joseph C. Malloure and Clara M. Arford, on 24 August 1958. Minnie Sawyer was survived by her husband, Joseph.

     Minnie Sawyer died on 24 May 1976 in Caruthersville, Pemiscot County, Missouri, at age 78.1,2



     OBITUARY: Funeral service for Mrs. Minnie Malloure was held last Wednesday, May 26, at 4 p.m. in the H.S. Smith Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Allen Vancil officiating. Interment in Little Prairie Cemetery.was born in Dyer County, Tenn., on September 9, 1897 and died at the Pemiscot Memorial Medical Center in Hayti, Mo., on May 24, 1976 at the age of 78 years, 8 months, 15 days. She was the daughter of the late William Jefferson and Emma Jane Sawyer and attended school in Dyer County, Tenn. and Caruthersville. She graduated from Caruthersville High School in the Class of 1915 and attended Cape Normal of Cape Girardeau, Mo. and Memphis State College of Memphis, Tenn.August 24, 1958 in Caruthersville, she was united in marriage to Joseph Clay Malloure. Mrs. Malloure taught for many years in the Caruthersville Schools before retiring in 1957.was a member of the Eastwood Memorial Methodist Church and the Caruthersville ? Chapter No. 465 Order of Eastern Star and received her 50 year pin in 1975. She is survived by her husband, Joseph Clay Malloure, Caruthersville; 1 stepson, D.H. Malloure, Birmingham, Mich; 1 sister, Mrs. Etta Owen, Newbern, Tenn; 4 grandchildren, 1 great-grandchild, nephew and nieces.2

Family

Joseph Clayton Malloure b. 8 Sep 1895, d. 10 Jun 1986

Citations

  1. [S420] Social Security Death Index, Ancesty.com.
  2. [S1078] Information submitted by various independent individuals., online @ www.findagrave.com.

Victor Theodore Malloure1,2

M, b. 27 June 1887, d. 1 July 1960
FatherJoseph C. Malloure3 b. 10 Jan 1862, d. 20 Jun 1930
MotherClara M. Arford3 b. 31 Mar 1867, d. 25 Dec 1934
ChartsGeimet Malloure's Descendant Chart
     In 1887, Victor Theodore Malloure moved with his parents to Cooter, Missouri; Joseph Malloure entered the mercantile business and cotton business with a Mr. Gosnell, under the firm name of Malloure and Gosnell. He lived in Cooter, for ten years.

     Victor Theodore Malloure was born on 27 June 1887 in Evansville, Vandenburgh County, Indiana.3,1 He was the son of Joseph C. Malloure and Clara M. Arford.3

     Bethal Malloure says her Dad, Theodore Victor Malloure was named after a man who had helped families out after they had lost their father in a war. She thought that this man's name might be Theodore Recting. She didn't say which war, but Victor's father, Joseph C. Malloure, had lost his father in the Civil War. He also had a cousin, Catharine Tisserand who married a Theo Rechtin. Catharine Tisserand was the daughter of John Tisserand and Adline Semonin, Joseph C. Malloure's mother's sister. In 1900 Catharine and Theo Rechtin were living at 304 Oakley, Evansville, Indiana with Catharine's father John B. Tisserand. This is the same address that Joseph C. Malloure lived at 24 years earlier in 1876. Also in 1876, just blocks away was a John Theo Rechtin at 703 W. Michigan. Perhaps this is the man that Victor Theodore was named after.2

      In the census of 5 June 1900 in Little Prairie, Pemiscot County, Missouri, Victor is listed as the son of Joseph C. Malure. His name appears as Victor T. Malure. He was born June 1886 in Indiana and is 13 years old.4 For high school, Victor attented Caruthersville High School located in Caruthersville, Missouri. He graduated in 1906. Their graduating class was only seven students and their motto was; non scholae sed vitae discimus ~ not for school, but for life we learn.5

     Victor Theodore Malloure married Cora Scott, daughter of John Scott, on 1 December 1909 in Pemiscot County, Missouri.6 In the census of 21 April 1910 in Caruthersville, Pemiscot County, Missouri, he is listed as a son-in-law of John Scott. His name appears as Victor Malure. He is 22 years old, married, and was born in Kentucky. His father birth location is given as Kentucky and his mother as Indiana. He is working as a clerk in a store.7

      Victor T. Malloure is shown as a Lieutenant in Company B, Fourth Infantry of the Missouri National Guard, the Mexican Border.8 Victor Theodore Malloure is listed in the U. S. Military Records in 1919 at Caruthersville, Pemiscot County, Missouri. This time he appears as a 1st Lieutenant, Fourth Infantry, Company B.9

      Circa 1920.
; photo of four sons. In the census of 3 January 1920 in Caruthersville, Pemiscot County, Missouri, Victor Theodore Malloure, shown as Victor T. Malloure, appears as a head of household which include his wife, Cora Scott, his daughter, Bethal Malloure . He is 32 years old and was born in Indiana, as were his parents. He is working as an assistence manager for a lumber company.1 In the census of 2 April 1930 in Caruthersville, Pemiscot County, Missouri, Victor Theodore Malloure, shown as Victor T. Malloure, appears as a head of household which include his wife, Cora Malloure, his daughter, Bethal Malloure . He is 43 years old and was first married at age 19. He owns his home which is loacted a 410 E. 8th Street. The household owns a radio and it is valued at $3000. He is working as an assistant manager at a garage and is a veteran of the World War.10 Victor Theodore Malloure survived the death of his father, Joseph C. Malloure, who died on 20 June 1930 in Caruthersville, Pemiscot County, Missouri.11 In 1960, Victor was living in 410 E. 8th Street, Caruthersville, Pemiscot County, Missouri.3

     Victor Theodore Malloure died on 1 July 1960 in Caruthersville, Pemiscot County, Missouri, at age 73 of coronary occlusion due to arterioscleratic heart disease. At the time of his death, he was 73 years old and retired from Waterworks. Cora Malloure is listed as informant.3,12 He is buried in the Little Prairie Cemetery located in Caruthersville, Pemiscot County, Missouri. H. S. Smith Funeral Home is listed on the Death Certificate.[C]3

     OBITUARY: Victor T. Malloure, 73, local "weather man" and former Caruthersville Fire Chief, died at his home here in his sleep early last Friday morning, July 1, his body having been discovered about five o'clock that morning by his family. He had been in ill health for the past several years.Malloure was born June 27, 1887, at Evansville, Ind., the son of the late Joseph and Clara Malloure, and the family moved to Caruthersville in 1897. He was one of the earliest living graduates of Caruthersville High School, being a member of the class of 1906.March 16, 1906, in this city, he enlisted as a private in Company I, Sixth Regiment Infantry, National Guard of Missouri and was discharged on February 19, 1917, as a Second Lieutenant in Company B, Fourth Infantry. In April 1917, he again entered the service, going with Co. B. 139th Infantry to Jefferson City to serve in the First World War. He was discharged as a First Lieutenant at Camp Doniphan, Fort Sill, Okla. on March 21, 1918.Malloure served as waterworks commissioner for Caruthersville for many years and as Fire Chief for thirty years before retiring several years ago. He had been U.S. Weather Observer for Pemiscot county for the past 26 years and last year was presented a 25 year service pin by the Memphis office.was a member of American Legion Post 88 of Pemiscot county and had always been active in their affairs, particularly in the management of the annual county fair. He was also a member of Eastwood Memorial Methodist Church.December 1, 1909 in Caruthersville, he was married to Miss Cora Scott and they had one daughter, Miss Bethel, both of whom survived.also leaves two brothers, Harry Malloure, Caruthersville and Clay Malloure, Flint, Mich., a nephew, Don Malloure of Detroit also two grandnieces, Miss Patty Kelley and Mrs. Gary Gothard.services were held at 2:30 o'clock Sunday afternoon at the Methodist church with the Rev. Floyd V. Brower officiating. Burial was in Little Prairie cemetery with H.S. Smith Funeral Home service.12

Family

Cora Scott b. 17 Feb 1888
Child

Citations

  1. [S449] 1920 U. S. Census, Pemiscot County, Missouri, population schedule, 3wd, Caruthersville, sheet Sheet 3B, NARA.
  2. [S286] Letter, Bethal Malloure to Barbara J. Malloure.
  3. [S575] Victor T. Malloure, Missouri, Death Certificate, #60-023978.
  4. [S580] 1900 U. S. Census, Pemiscot County, Missouri, population schedule, Little Prairie, sheet 94, NARA.
  5. [S204] Caruthersville High School Graduates 1896-1917. Online at http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~mopemis2/towns/…
  6. [S83] GenWeb - Pemiscot County, Missouri Marriage Records, online @ www.rootsweb.com/pub/isgenweb/mo/pemiscot/marriage/bk5.txt.
  7. [S577] 1910 U. S. Census, Pemiscot County, Missouri, population schedule, Caruthersville City, sheet 149, NARA.
  8. [S554] Missouri National Buard, the Mexican Border, 1916. Unverified data from the website: www.ancestry.com.
  9. [S551] U. S. Military Records, 1925: Official National Guard Register, online @ Ancestry.com. Ancestry.com.
  10. [S278] 1930 U. S. Census, Pemiscot County, Missouri, population schedule, Caruthersville, sheet 2B, NARA.
  11. [S177] Joseph C. Malloure Sr., Missouri, Death Certificate, #20213.
  12. [S1078] Information submitted by various independent individuals., online @ www.findagrave.com.
  13. [S449] 1920 U. S. Census, Pemiscot County, Missouri, population schedule, 3wd, Caruthersville, sheet Sheet 3B, NARA.

Harry E. Malloure1

M, b. 7 February 1890, d. 14 July 1963
FatherJoseph C. Malloure2 b. 10 Jan 1862, d. 20 Jun 1930
MotherClara M. Arford2 b. 31 Mar 1867, d. 25 Dec 1934
ChartsGeimet Malloure's Descendant Chart
     Harry E. Malloure was born on 7 February 1890 in Cooter, Pemiscot County, Missouri.2 He was the son of Joseph C. Malloure and Clara M. Arford.2 In the census of 5 June 1900 in Little Prairie, Pemiscot County, Missouri, he is listed as the son of Joseph C. Malure. His name appears as Harry E. Malure. He was born Feb. 1890 in Missouri, and is 10 years old.3 For high school, Harry attented Caruthersville High School located in Caruthersville, Missouri. He graduated in 1908. Their graduating class was only four students and their motto was; success means sacrifice.4 Pick a role; He is 25 years old and was born in Kentucky. His father was born in Ohio and his mother in Illinois. Also living with him is Charly Ayers, age 24, born in Arkansas.5 In the census of 28 April 1910 in Caruthersville, Pemiscot County, Missouri, he is listed as a lodger in the household of Sydney Crosmann. His name appears as Harry Malure. He is 20 years old and was born in Missouri. His father's birth location is given as Illinois and his mother's as Indiana. He is working as an expressman. Also living with him in this household is Charly Ayers, age 24, born in Arkansas.5 Harry E. Malloure is shown as a Private in Company B, Fourth Infantry of the Missouri National Guard, the Mexican Border.6 During the World War I, Harry E. Malloure signed up with the Fourth Infantry, Company B as a 2nd Lieutenant. In 1925 he is listed as a 1st Lieutanant in the Forth Infantry, Company B, Caruthersville. in 1919 at Caruthersville, Pemiscot County, Missouri.7 Circa 1920. ; photo of four sons. In the census of 5 January 1920 in Caruthersville, Pemiscot County, Missouri, he is listed as the son of Joseph C. Malloure. His name appears as Harry Malloure. He is 29 years old and was born in Missouri. His father's birth location is given as Kentucky and his mother's as Indiana. He is working as an agent for a steamboat.8 In the census of 10 April 1930 in Caruthersville, Pemiscot County, Missouri, he is listed as the son of Joseph C. Malloure. His name appears as Harry E. Malloure. He is 39 years old, single, and was born in Missouri. His father's birth location is given as Kentucky and his mother's as Indiana. He is working as an agent and is a veteran of the World War.9 Harry E. Malloure survived the death of his father, Joseph C. Malloure, who died on 20 June 1930 in Caruthersville, Pemiscot County, Missouri.10 In 1953, Harry was living in Caruthersville, Pemiscot County, Missouri.

     Harry E. Malloure died on 14 July 1963 in Caruthersville, Pemiscot County, Missouri, at age 73. At the time of death he was 73 years old. Miss Bethel Malloure is listed an the informant. Social Security number is listed as 493 36 7265. During most of his working life he worked as a secretary-promoter for fairs.2,11 Harry died sudden coronary occlusion due to arteriosclerosis.2

     OBITUARY: Harry Everett Malloure, 73, well-known resident of Caruthersville, died at his home here Sunday night, July 14, after having been in ill health for several years.Malloure was born at Cooter on February 7, 1890, the son of Joseph and Clara Malloure, and the family moved to this city in 1900. He was graduated from Caruthersville high school in the class of 1908.was a member of the local National Guard unit and enlisted in the army during World War I, on August 5,1917. He served as a First lieutenant in the 139th Infantry, receiving his discharge on May 9, 1919 at Camp Funston, Kas.returning from the service he was employed on the river by Lee Lines and later became secretary of the American Legion Fair Board, serving in that capacity until he retired a few years ago.Malloure was widely known in the entertainment field, having been the "contact man" for the grandstand shows at the Legion Fair each year. He was also known for his interest in helping needy school children by buying clothes for them. He was a member of the Methodist church.services were held yesterday (Thursday) afternoon at the H.S. Smith Funeral Home chapel with the Rev. Floyd V. Brower officiating. Burial was in Little Prairie cemetery.include one brother, Clay Malloure of Flint, Mich., a niece, Miss Bethel Malloure of this city; and a nephew, Donald Malloure of Birmingham, Ala.11

He is buried in the Little Prairie Cemetery located in Caruthersville, Pemiscot County, Missouri. Funeral Home listed on death certificate is H. S. Smith Funeral Home.[C]2

Citations

  1. [S286] Letter, Bethal Malloure to Barbara J. Malloure.
  2. [S576] Harry Everett Malloure, Missouri, Death Certificate, #63-029380.
  3. [S580] 1900 U. S. Census, Pemiscot County, Missouri, population schedule, Little Prairie, sheet 94, NARA.
  4. [S204] Caruthersville High School Graduates 1896-1917. Online at http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~mopemis2/towns/…
  5. [S577] 1910 U. S. Census, Pemiscot County, Missouri, population schedule, 1 Ward, Caruthersville, sheet Page 37, Sheet 5A, NARA.
  6. [S554] Missouri National Buard, the Mexican Border, 1916. Unverified data from the website: www.ancestry.com.
  7. [S551] U. S. Military Records, 1925: Official National Guard Register, online @ Ancestry.com. Ancestry.com.
  8. [S449] 1920 U. S. Census, Pemiscot County, Missouri, population schedule, 2wd, Caruthersville, sheet Sheet 5A, page 172, NARA.
  9. [S278] 1930 U. S. Census, Pemiscot County, Missouri, population schedule, Caruthersville, sheet 3B, NARA.
  10. [S177] Joseph C. Malloure Sr., Missouri, Death Certificate, #20213.
  11. [S1078] Information submitted by various independent individuals., online @ www.findagrave.com.

Clarence Leon Malloure1

M, b. 18 January 1892, d. 27 November 1952
FatherJoseph C. Malloure b. 10 Jan 1862, d. 20 Jun 1930
MotherClara M. Arford b. 31 Mar 1867, d. 25 Dec 1934
ChartsGeimet Malloure's Descendant Chart
     Clarence Leon Malloure was also known as Clarence L. Malloure.2,3

     Clarence Leon Malloure was born on 18 January 1892 in Cooter, Pemiscot County, Missouri.4,1 He was the son of Joseph C. Malloure and Clara M. Arford. In the census of 5 June 1900 in Little Prairie, Pemiscot County, Missouri, he is listed as the son of Joseph C. Malure. His name appears as Clarence J. Malure. He was born Jan 1892 in Missouri and is eight years old.5 For high school, Clarence attented Caruthersville High School located in Caruthersville, Missouri. He graduated in 1909. Their graduating class was only twelve students and their motto was; we have climbed the foothills, the mountains are before us.6

      In the census of 28 April 1910 in Caruthersville, Pemiscot County, Missouri, he is listed as the son of Joe C. Malure. His name appears as Clarence Malure. He is 18 years old and was born in Missouri. His father's birth location is given as Kentucky and his mother's as Indiana. He is working as a sales clerk.7 Clarence Leon Malloure is a veteran of the World War I.4 Circa 1920. ; photo of four sons. In the census of 5 January 1920 in Caruthersville, Pemiscot County, Missouri, he is listed as the son of Joseph C. Malloure. His name appears as Clarence Malloure. He is 27 years old and was born in Missouri. His father's birth location is given as Kentucky and his mother's as Indiana.8 In the census of 12 February 1920 in Little Prairie Township, Pemiscot County, Missouri, he is listed as a boarder in the household of Wilson B. Reeder. His name appears as Clarence Maller. Clarence, age 20, is working as a farm hands and was born in Kentucky along with his parents. Also living in this household is his brother, Joe.9 In the census of 10 April 1930 in Caruthersville, Pemiscot County, Missouri, he is listed as the son of Joseph C. Malloure. His name appears as Clarence L. Malloure. He is 37 years old, single, and was born in Missouri. His father's birth location is given as Kentucky and his mother's as Indiana. He is working as an agent and is a veteran of the World War.10 Clarence Leon Malloure survived the death of his father, Joseph C. Malloure, who died on 20 June 1930 in Caruthersville, Pemiscot County, Missouri.11

     Clarence Leon Malloure died on 27 November 1952 in Caruthersville, Pemiscot County, Missouri, at age 60 of cerebral accident due to hypertension cardio and vascular disease. He died within eight hours of onset at Pemiscot Memorial Hospital. At the time of his death he was 60 years old, working as a mail carrier, and living in the Dillman Apartments in Caruthersville. His death certificate shows that he was never being married and the informant's name is Mrs. Victor Malloure.4

     OBITUARY: Clarence L. Malloure, 60, life-time resident of Pemiscot county, died suddenly, early Thanksgiving morning, November 27, at Pemisoct County Memorial Hospital only a few hours after suffering a cerebral hemorrhage at his home here.Malloure was born January 18, 1892 at Cooter, Mo., the son of the late Joseph and Clara Malloure. The family moved to this city and he attended the local schools, graduating from Caruthersville high school in the class of 1909. On April 14, 1918, in St. Louis, he enlisted in the United States Army, receiving his honorable discharge on October 21, 1919. For several years, with his brothers, he operated the Nehi Bottling Company here and since March 17, 1941, had been a regular employee of the post office.had been a member of the Methodist Church for many years and was active in the American Legion, having a large part in the promotion of the annual Legion Fair.is survived by three brothers, Victor and Harry Malloure of this city and Clay Malloure of Flint, Mich; a nephew, Donald Malloure of Detroit and a niece, Miss Bethel Malloure, of this city.services were held Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the Eastwood Memorial Methodist Church. Burial was in Little Prairie Cemetery with H.S. Smith Funeral Home service.12

He is buried in the Little Prairie Cemetery located in Caruthersville, Pemiscot County, Missouri. H. S. Smith Funeral Home at 808 Ward Ave., Caruthersville, Missouri handled the arrangements.[C]4

Citations

  1. [S1023] World War I Draft Cards, 1917-1918 Record. Unverified data from the website: www.ancestry.com.
  2. [S286] Letter, Bethal Malloure to Barbara J. Malloure.
  3. [S580] 1900 U. S. Census, Pemiscot County, Missouri, NARA.
  4. [S574] Clarence L. Malloure, Missouri, Death Certificate, #39650.
  5. [S580] 1900 U. S. Census, Pemiscot County, Missouri, population schedule, LIttle Prairie, sheet 94, NARA.
  6. [S204] Caruthersville High School Graduates 1896-1917. Online at http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~mopemis2/towns/…
  7. [S577] 1910 U. S. Census, Pemiscot County, Missouri, population schedule, 3 Ward, Caruthersville, sheet Page 59, Sheet 27A, NARA.
  8. [S449] 1920 U. S. Census, Pemiscot County, Missouri, population schedule, 2wd, Caruthersville, sheet Sheet 5A, page 172, NARA.
  9. [S449] 1920 U. S. Census, Pemiscot County, Missouri, population schedule, Little Prairie Township, sheet 166, NARA.
  10. [S278] 1930 U. S. Census, Pemiscot County, Missouri, population schedule, Caruthersville, sheet 3B, NARA.
  11. [S177] Joseph C. Malloure Sr., Missouri, Death Certificate, #20213.
  12. [S1078] Information submitted by various independent individuals., online @ www.findagrave.com.

Melissa Jane Scott1

F, b. 26 May 1860, d. 11 June 1919
FatherWilliam Carlisle Scott IV1 b. 23 Nov 1817, d. 8 Jun 1905
MotherMary Scott1 b. 16 Jan 1819, d. 7 Oct 1892
     Shehad been sick for about three years with cancer and was taken to St. Joe, Mo, twice within the last two years for treatment. She was a kindly woman and her death will be mourned by a host of
friend. Melissa Jane Scott was Presbyterian.

     Melissa Jane Scott was born on 26 May 1860 in Union Township, Carroll County, Ohio.1,2 She was the daughter of William Carlisle Scott IV and Mary Scott.1 In the Union Township, Carroll County, Ohio census dated 9 June 1860, Melissa Jane Scott, shown as Martha Scott, is listed in the household of William Carlisle Scott IV. She is one month old and was born in Ohio.3 In the Union Township, Carroll County, Ohio census dated 23 June 1870, Melissa Jane Scott, shown as Melissa J. Scott, is listed in the household of William Carlisle Scott IV. She is 10 years old, attending school, and was born in Ohio.4 In the Union Township, Carroll County, Ohio census dated 15 June 1880, Melissa Jane Scott, shown as Malissa Scott, is listed in the household of William Carlisle Scott IV. She is 20 years old and was born in Ohio.5

     Melissa Jane Scott married Robert H. Marshall, son of Alexander Marshall and Catherine Btoody, on 9 October 1884 in Carroll County, Ohio.6 Melissa Jane Scott survived the death of her mother, Mary Scott, who died on 7 October 1892.7,8 Melissa Jane Scott survived the death of her father, William Carlisle Scott IV, who died on 8 June 1905.7 Melissa Jane Scott was survived by her husband, eight of her nine children: Mrs. W. A. Riddle, Mrs. H. B. Elder, W. S. Hershall, all of Cleveland: Mrs. S. S. Beckley, Mrs. Brice Toot, Llyod E. Marshall, Ion Marshall, Willard Marshall, all of Carrollton. She is also survived by three sisters: Mrs. Belle Long, Mrs. Adam Beamer, and Mrs. John B. Scott.

     Melissa Jane Scott died on 11 June 1919 in Harrison Township, Carroll County, Ohio, at age 59.1,7

Family

Robert H. Marshall b. 22 Nov 1858, d. 24 Apr 1941
Children

Citations

  1. [S295] Bible, Adam and Ruth Ann (Scott) Beamer's Family Bible.
  2. [S526] 1880 U. S. Census, Carroll County, Ohio, poluation schedule, Union Township, Page Stamped175, NARA.
  3. [S525] 1860 U. S. Census, Carroll County, Ohio population schedule, Union Township, Page after stamped page 302 or handwritten page 86, NARA.
  4. [S527] 1870 U. S. Census, Carroll County, Ohio population schedule, Union Township, Page 177, NARA.
  5. [S526] 1880 U. S. Census, Carroll County, Ohio, poluation schedule, Union Township, Page Stamped175, NARA.
  6. [S359] Scott Family, February 2001. Unknown repository.
  7. [S524] Newspapers from Carroll County, Ohio.
  8. [S533] Tombstone Inscriptions and Farmily Records of Carroll County, Ohio, The Scott Family: Crawford II md Mary Barnes in Fayette Co., Pa., 1792 and totheir union was born the follwoing children:..... Mary Born Jan. 16, 1819, Died Oct. 7, 1892.

Robert James Kelley1,2

M, b. 19 January 1896, d. 20 January 1957
FatherJames Kelley1 b. 1868
MotherEmma Louise Piepenbrink1,2 b. 20 Apr 1870, d. 15 Apr 1948
     Robert James Kelley was born on 19 January 1896 in Chicago, Cook County, Illinois. He had red hair.1,3,4 He was the son of James Kelley and Emma Louise Piepenbrink.1,2 In the census of 15 June 1900 in Adams Township, Allen County, Indiana, he is listed as a grandson of Charles Pepenbrink. His name appears as Robert Pepenbrink. He is four years old and was born in Illinois in 1896.5 ; photo with brother. In the census of 20 April 1910 in Fort Wayne, Allen County, Indiana, he is listed as the son of Emma Kelly. His name appears as Robert Kelly. He is 14 years old and was born in Illinois, as was his father. His mother was born in Indiana.6

     Robert James Kelley married Esther Catherine Korn, daughter of Fred Korn and Louise Hazzard, on 7 February 1916 in Hillsdale, Hillsdale County, Michigan.2 In the census of 10 April 1930 in Fort Wayne, Allen County, Indiana, Robert James Kelley, shown as Robert Kelley, appears as a head of household which include, his mother, Emma Louise Kelley . He is 30 years old, working as a laborer, and is shown as being born in Indiana. He is also divorced, having first married at the age of 20. His father was born in Illinois and his mother in Indiana.7 Circa 1934, Robert was engaged in work with the Civilian Conservation Corps in North Dakota. in North Dakota.8 In 1948, Robert was living in Clearwater, Los Angeles County, California.8 He was living at Clearwater, Los Angeles County, California, at the time of the death of his mother, Emma Louise Kelley on 15 April 1948.9

     Robert James Kelley died on 20 January 1957 in Los Angeles, California, at age 61.3 He is buried in the Sunnyside Memorial Cemetery located in Parimont, California.[C]10

Family

Esther Catherine Korn b. 1893

Citations

  1. [S510] Robert J. Kelley, Illinois, birth certificate, ##227924.
  2. [S367] Michigan Marriage Records, 1867-1952, online @ Ancestry.com.
  3. [S938] Robert James Kelley, California, Death Record , 63-029380.
  4. [S269] Interview, Audrey Laisure, 2005, Fred Korn came from Germany. My dad had red hair. AFton worked as a airline stewardess. Dick worked for IBM. Robert's 2nd wife's name was Luella. They met in S. Dakota. Elsie took in boarders, Scotsman. Emma worked as a maid, worked at a cottage on Wawager Lake, and woekd in as a maid in a Hotel on Jefferson.
  5. [S130] 1900 U. S. Census, Allen County, Indiana, population schedule, Adams Township, sheet 17A, page 261, NARA.
  6. [S225] 1910 U. S. Census, Allen County, Indiana, population schedule, 8-wd, Fort Wayne, sheet 8A, page 76, NARA.
  7. [S352] 1930 U. S. Census, Allen County, Indiana, population schedule, Wayne Township, Fort Wayne Ward 4, sheet 9A, NARA.
  8. [S863] Interview, Audrey (Bricker) Laisure, 1999, Worked for the CCC during the depression. His wife Esther entered a mental institution. In 1948 he was living in Clearwater, California and he remarried in California. His daughter by his first marriage, Audrey Laisure, was living in Fort Wayne in 1999. She does not remember her father being around and was raised by her grandparents. She does recall her father visiting her one time when she was married. He apparently had come this way when his mother was ill/dying.
  9. [S191] Fort Wayne Journal-Gazette, Saturday, April 17, 1948.
  10. [S268] Letter, Hilda A. Scherman to Lucille Malloure, 26 January 1994. Family of Emma Piepenbrink Kelley.