David Bricker1,2,3,4

M, b. 21 August 1841, d. 30 March 1921
FatherJohn F. Bricker1,3,4 b. 23 Aug 1810, d. 4 Apr 1886
MotherRebecca Burger1,3,4 b. 11 Aug 1803, d. 26 Mar 1851
ChartsJohn Bricker's Descendant Chart
     David Bricker was born on 21 August 1841 in Columbiana County, Ohio.1,3,5 He was the son of John F. Bricker and Rebecca Burger.1,3,4 In the census of 20 September 1850 in Centre Township, Columbiana County, Ohio, David appears in the household of John F. Bricker as David Bricker. He was nine years old and was born in Ohio.1

      During the Civil War, David 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.2,4

     The Stone River engagement lasted from Wednesday morning till Saturday evening, during which time their battery was compelled to fall back. During the fall back, Henry attempted to save his gun, but was ordered by the captain to retreat. Again the order was given and Henry obeyed the order with all possible haste and started to run. He was overburdened with a heavy overcoat, which finally exhausted him he could hardly stand. Being a sergeant, it was his privilege to have a horse, but it had been left in the hands of a private. The private was wounded and therefore the horse was loose. Just then, in his dilemma, he spied his horse standing close by, his head held down by the hitching strap, which was under his feet. The horse was one Henry had captured in Alabama and was named "Jack." Calling him by name, which the horse appeared to know, Henry went to him and after several attempts, succeeded in mounting. The Rebels by that time were very close, but the friendly animal started off on a run and without any guiding soon bore him safely to his battery. This horse was wounded twice while in his service.2,4 He and Henry 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.2

      In the census of 1 June 1870 in Center Township, Columbiana County, Ohio, David appears in the household of John F. Bricker as David Bricker. He is 29 years old, a carpenter, and was born in Ohio.6 ; Bricker Clan.


     David Bricker married Margaret Jane Morgan in 1872.7 On 19 August 1875 their son, James M. Bricker, was born in Ohio.8,9,10 Their second child, Harry J., was born on 15 April 1877 in Hicksville, Defiance County, Ohio.11 In the census of 29 June 1880 at Hicksville, Defiance County, Ohio, David Bricker, shown as D. Bricker, appears as a head of household. Living with him is his wife, Margaret Bricker, his sons, J. M. Bricker and Harry J. Bricker. He is 38 years old, a carpenter, and was born in Ohio, as were his parents.12 Their third child, Daisy Blanche, was born on 15 October 1880 in Hicksville, Defiance County, Ohio.13 In the census of 15 June 1900 in Hicksville, Defiance County, Ohio, David Bricker, shown as David Bricker, appears as a head of household, which include his wife, Margaret Bricker, his son, Harry Bricker, his daughter, Daisy Blanche Bricker. He is 58 years old, a farmer, and was born August 1841 in Ohio. His parents were also born in Ohio. He has been married for 25 years.14 He was a farmer, but retired in 1909.3 In the census of 28 April 1910 in Hicksville, Defiance County, Ohio, David Bricker appears as a head of household which include his wife, Margaret Jane Morgan, his sons, Harry Bricker and James M. Bricker, his daughter, Daisy Blanche Bricker . He is 68 years old and was born in Ohio, as were his parents. He has been married for 38 years. He owns his own house without a mortgage. His name appears as David Bricker.15 David Bricker was living at Hicksville, Defiance County, Ohio, at the time of the death of his brother, Henry Bricker, on 12 December 1912.2

     David Bricker died on 30 March 1921 in Hicksville, Defiance County, Ohio, at age 79 of carcinoma of the liver with arteriosclerosis contributing. Duration was three years. Information on death certificate given by his wife, Margaret J. Bricker. He died at 11:30pm and was 79 years, seven months, and nine days old.3 He is buried in the Forest Home Cemetery located in Salem Township, Hicksville, Defiance County, Ohio.[C]3
2005 November Genealogy visit to Hicksville, OH

Family

Margaret Jane Morgan b. Apr 1850
Children

Citations

  1. [S49] 1850 U. S. Census, Columbiana County, Ohio population schedule, Centre Township, Page 327, NARA.
  2. [S326] Henry Bricker's Obituary, 1912.
  3. [S169] David Bricker, Ohio, Death Certificate, #18860.
  4. [S55] J. H. Beers & Co., Biographical Record of Northwestern Ohio.
  5. [S939] Ancestry.com. Downloaded 7 July 2015, Viewed 15 January 2015: Digital copy. Records of St. Jacobs Church, Salem Twp, Columbiana County. Circa 1930's as a WPA project. Copied and Distributed by Jean Van Fossan, Genealogical Chairman, Lewis Kenny Chapter of the NSDAR, Lisbon, Ohio, Irma B. Gobel, State Chair: Child: David Bricker, born 21 August 1841. Baptised 9 october 1841. Parents John & Rebecca Bricker.
  6. [S805] 1870 U. S. Census, Columbiana County, Ohio population schedule, Center Township, Page 36, NARA.
  7. [S802] 1910 U. S. Census, Defiance County, Ohio, population schedule, Hicksville Township, sheet sheet 10B/page 166, NARA.
  8. [S802] 1910 U. S. Census, Defiance County, Ohio, population schedule, Hicksville Township, sheet sheet 10B/page 166, NARA.
  9. [S911] Forest Home Cemetery, Defiance County, Ohio.
  10. [S803] 1900 U. S. Census, Defiance County, Ohio, population schedule, Hicksville, sheet 24B, NARA.
  11. [S802] 1910 U. S. Census, Defiance County, Ohio, population schedule, Hicksville Township, sheet sheet 10B/page 166, NARA.
  12. [S112] 1880 U. S. Census, Defiance County, Ohio, poluation schedule, Hicksville, Page 187D, NARA.
  13. [S802] 1910 U. S. Census, Defiance County, Ohio, population schedule, Hicksville Township, sheet sheet 10B/page 166, NARA.
  14. [S803] 1900 U. S. Census, Defiance County, Ohio, population schedule, Hicksville, sheet 10A, NARA.
  15. [S802] 1910 U. S. Census, Defiance County, Ohio, population schedule, Hicksville Township, sheet sheet 10B/page 166, NARA.
  16. [S802] 1910 U. S. Census, Defiance County, Ohio, population schedule, Hicksville Township, sheet sheet 10B/page 166, NARA.

Lydia Ann Bricker1,2,3

F, b. 1843, d. 1914
FatherJohn F. Bricker4,2 b. 23 Aug 1810, d. 4 Apr 1886
MotherRebecca Burger4,2 b. 11 Aug 1803, d. 26 Mar 1851
ChartsJohn Bricker's Descendant Chart
     Lydia Ann Bricker was born in 1843 in Ohio.1,5,6 She was the daughter of John F. Bricker and Rebecca Burger.4,2 In the census of 20 September 1850 in Centre Township, Columbiana County, Ohio, Lydia appears in the household of John F. Bricker as Lydia Bricker. She is seven and was born in Ohio.4 Lydia Ann Bricker survived the death of her mother, Rebecca Burger, who died on 26 March 1851.

     Lydia Ann Bricker married James M. Figley on 18 April 1863 in Columbiana County, Ohio.7,8,2,3 In the census of 1 June 1870 in Center Township, Columbiana County, Ohio, Lydia appears in the household of James M. Figley as Lydia Figley. She is 27 years old, keeping house, and was born in Ohio.7 In the census of 17 June 1880 in Center Township, Columbiana County, Ohio, Lydia appears in the household of James M. Figley as Lydia A. Figley. She is 37 years old, keeping house, and was born in Ohio. Her parents were also born in Ohio.9 Lydia Ann Bricker survived the death of her brother, Henry Bricker, who died on 11 December 1912 in Hicksville, Defiance County, Ohio.8

     Lydia Ann Bricker died in 1914.6 She is buried in the St Jacob's Cemetery located in Lisbon, Salem Township, Columbiana County, Ohio.[C]6

Family

James M. Figley b. 1840, d. 1896
Children

Citations

  1. [S49] 1850 U. S. Census, Columbiana County, Ohio population schedule, Centre Township, Page 327, NARA.
  2. [S55] J. H. Beers & Co., Biographical Record of Northwestern Ohio.
  3. [S902] Ohio Marriages, 1803-1900, online @ Ancestry.com. Ancestry.com.
  4. [S49] 1850 U. S. Census, Columbiana County, Ohio population schedule, Centre Township, Page 327, NARA.
  5. [S805] 1870 U. S. Census, Columbiana County, Ohio population schedule, Center Township, Page 34, NARA.
  6. [S26] Ohio Genealogical Society, Carol W. Flavell, C. G., Chairman Members of Columbiana County Chapter, Columbiana County, Ohio Cemetery Inscriptions, Volume 7.
  7. [S805] 1870 U. S. Census, Columbiana County, Ohio population schedule, Center Township, Page 34, NARA.
  8. [S326] Henry Bricker's Obituary, 1912.
  9. [S107] 1880 U. S. Census, Columbiana, Ohio, poluation schedule, Center Township, Page 290D, NARA.
  10. [S805] 1870 U. S. Census, Columbiana County, Ohio population schedule, Center Township, Page 34, NARA.
  11. [S107] 1880 U. S. Census, Columbiana, Ohio, poluation schedule, Center Township, Page 290D, NARA.

Catharine Bricker1,2,3

F, b. 7 April 1845, d. 28 January 1907
FatherJohn F. Bricker1,2 b. 23 Aug 1810, d. 4 Apr 1886
MotherRebecca Burger1 b. 11 Aug 1803, d. 26 Mar 1851
ChartsJohn Bricker's Descendant Chart
     Catharine Bricker was born on 7 April 1845 in Ohio.1,4 She was the daughter of John F. Bricker and Rebecca Burger.1,2 In the census of 20 September 1850 in Centre Township, Columbiana County, Ohio, Catharine appears in the household of John F. Bricker as Catherine Bricker. She is five and was born in Ohio.1 Catharine Bricker survived the death of her mother, Rebecca Burger, who died on 26 March 1851. In the census of 22 June 1860 in Center Township, Columbiana County, Ohio, Catharine appears in the household of John F. Bricker as Catharine Bricker. She is 14 years old.5

     Catharine Bricker married John Figley on 10 January 1867.2,3 In the census of 6 June 1900 in Center Township, Columbiana County, Ohio, Catharine Bricker, shown as Catherine Figley, appears as a head of household, which include, her sons, Ira T. Figley, Henry C. Figley and Noral J. Figley, her daughters, Sophio O. Figley and Ada C. Figley. She is 55 years old, a widow, and was born in Ohio in the month of April, 1845. She is the mother of eight children; all living. Her occupation is given as carpet steamer. She is living next to Barbara Brinker, age 79, and Amiella Bricker, age 45. All three were widows.6

     Catharine Bricker died on 28 January 1907 at age 61.7 She is buried in the St. Jacob Cemetery located in Lisbon, Salem Township, Columbiana County, Ohio.[C]7

Family

John Figley d. b 1899
Children

Citations

  1. [S49] 1850 U. S. Census, Columbiana County, Ohio population schedule, Centre Township, Page 327, NARA.
  2. [S55] J. H. Beers & Co., Biographical Record of Northwestern Ohio.
  3. [S902] Ohio Marriages, 1803-1900, online @ Ancestry.com. Ancestry.com.
  4. [S939] Ancestry.com. Downloaded 7 July 2015, Viewed 15 January 2015: Digital copy. Records of St. Jacobs Church, Salem Twp, Columbiana County. Circa 1930's as a WPA project. Copied and Distributed by Jean Van Fossan, Genealogical Chairman, Lewis Kenny Chapter of the NSDAR, Lisbon, Ohio, Irma B. Gobel, State Chair: Child: Catharine Bricker, born 7 April 1845. Baptised 6 August 1845. Parents John & Rebecca Bricker.
  5. [S808] 1860 U.S. Census, Columbiana County, Ohio population schedule, Center Township, Page 326, NARA.
  6. [S209] 1900 U. S. Census, Columbiana County, Ohio, population schedule, Center Township, sheet 3A, NARA.
  7. [S26] Ohio Genealogical Society, Carol W. Flavell, C. G., Chairman Members of Columbiana County Chapter, Columbiana County, Ohio Cemetery Inscriptions, Volume 7.
  8. [S209] 1900 U. S. Census, Columbiana County, Ohio, population schedule, Center Township, sheet 3A, NARA.
  9. [S209] 1900 U. S. Census, Columbiana County, Ohio, population schedule, Center Township, sheet 3A, NARA.
  10. [S209] 1900 U. S. Census, Columbiana County, Ohio, population schedule, Center Township, sheet 3A, NARA.
  11. [S209] 1900 U. S. Census, Columbiana County, Ohio, population schedule, Center Township, sheet 3A, NARA.
  12. [S209] 1900 U. S. Census, Columbiana County, Ohio, population schedule, Center Township, sheet 3A, NARA.

Daniel Bricker1,2

M, b. 29 November 1846, d. 9 December 1846
FatherJohn F. Bricker1 b. 23 Aug 1810, d. 4 Apr 1886
MotherRebecca Burger1 b. 11 Aug 1803, d. 26 Mar 1851
ChartsJohn Bricker's Descendant Chart
     Daniel Bricker was born on 29 November 1846 in Ohio.2 He was the son of John F. Bricker and Rebecca Burger.1

     Daniel Bricker died on 9 December 1846.2 He is buried in the St Jacob's Cemetery located in Lisbon, Salem Township, Columbiana County, Ohio.[C]2

Citations

  1. [S55] J. H. Beers & Co., Biographical Record of Northwestern Ohio.
  2. [S26] Ohio Genealogical Society, Carol W. Flavell, C. G., Chairman Members of Columbiana County Chapter, Columbiana County, Ohio Cemetery Inscriptions, Volume 7.

John William Bricker1

M, b. 12 March 1850, d. before 1912
FatherJohn F. Bricker2 b. 23 Aug 1810, d. 4 Apr 1886
MotherRebecca Burger2 b. 11 Aug 1803, d. 26 Mar 1851
ChartsJohn Bricker's Descendant Chart
     John William Bricker was born on 12 March 1850.1 He was the son of John F. Bricker and Rebecca Burger.2

     John William Bricker died before 1912.3

Citations

  1. [S939] Ancestry.com. Downloaded 7 July 2015, Viewed 15 January 2015: Digital copy. Records of St. Jacobs Church, Salem Twp, Columbiana County. Circa 1930's as a WPA project. Copied and Distributed by Jean Van Fossan, Genealogical Chairman, Lewis Kenny Chapter of the NSDAR, Lisbon, Ohio, Irma B. Gobel, State Chair: Child: John William Bricker, born 12 March 1850. Parents John & Rebecca Bricker.
  2. [S285] Letter, Afton Bricker to Barb Malloure, about 1981. John Bricker, one of the 6 children. He was born 1808, died 1884. He married Rebecca Burger, of German descent. They had 11 children; George, Jacob, Henry, Sophia, Nancy, David, Lydia Ann, Catharine, Lucinda, Daniel, and Joseph. His wife died 1851. He married Mrs. and there were 4 children; ?, Rebecca, ?, ?. He belonged to the German Reform church.
  3. [S326] Henry Bricker's Obituary, 1912.

Jesse Bricker1,2

M, b. 14 February 1853, d. 16 January 1873
FatherJohn F. Bricker1,2 b. 23 Aug 1810, d. 4 Apr 1886
MotherLydia Sampsel1,2 b. 27 Dec 1816, d. 31 Dec 1886
ChartsJohn Bricker's Descendant Chart
     Jesse Bricker was born on 14 February 1853.2 He was the son of John F. Bricker and Lydia Sampsel.1,2 In the census of 22 June 1860 in Center Township, Columbiana County, Ohio, Jesse appears in the household of John F. Bricker as Jesse Bricker. He is seven years old.3 In the census of 1 June 1870 in Center Township, Columbiana County, Ohio, Jesse appears in the household of John F. Bricker as Jesse Bricker. He is 17 years old, at home, and was born in Ohio.4

     Jesse Bricker died on 16 January 1873 in Ohio at age 19.5,2 He is buried in the St Jacob's Cemetery located in Lisbon, Salem Township, Columbiana County, Ohio.[C]2

Citations

  1. [S55] J. H. Beers & Co., Biographical Record of Northwestern Ohio.
  2. [S26] Ohio Genealogical Society, Carol W. Flavell, C. G., Chairman Members of Columbiana County Chapter, Columbiana County, Ohio Cemetery Inscriptions, Volume 7.
  3. [S808] 1860 U.S. Census, Columbiana County, Ohio population schedule, Center Township, Page 326, NARA.
  4. [S805] 1870 U. S. Census, Columbiana County, Ohio population schedule, Center Township, Page 36, NARA.
  5. [S326] Henry Bricker's Obituary, 1912.

Eli Bricker1,2

M, b. 16 July 1857
FatherJohn F. Bricker2 b. 23 Aug 1810, d. 4 Apr 1886
MotherLydia Sampsel2 b. 27 Dec 1816, d. 31 Dec 1886
ChartsJohn Bricker's Descendant Chart
     Eli Bricker was born on 16 July 1857.3 He was the son of John F. Bricker and Lydia Sampsel.2 In the census of 22 June 1860 in Center Township, Columbiana County, Ohio, Eli appears in the household of John F. Bricker as Eli Bricker. He is three years old.4 In the census of 1 June 1870 in Center Township, Columbiana County, Ohio, Eli appears in the household of John F. Bricker as Eli Bricker. He is 13 years old and was born in Ohio.5

     Eli Bricker married Emma Long, daughter of Adam Long and Elizabeth, on 18 May 1876 in Columbiana County, Ohio.1,6,7 In the census of 17 June 1880 at Center Township, Columbiana County, Ohio, Eli Bricker appears as a head of household. Living with him is his wife, Emma C. Bricker, his son, Norman Ross Bricker, his daughter, Emma E. Bricker, his brother-in-law, Isaac Newton Long. Eli, age 22, is a farmer and was born in Ohio, as were his parents. Living in his household is also a servant, Mary A. Figly, age 25 and born in Ohio.1 In the census of 6 June 1900 in Center Township, Columbiana County, Ohio, Eli Bricker, shown as Eli Bricker, appears as a head of household, which include his wife, Emma C. Bricker, his sons, Warren M. Bricker, Norman Ross Bricker and Raymond C. Bricker, his daughters, May Bertha Bricker and Cora Elsie Bricker. He is 43 years old and has been married for 24 years. He was born Jane 1837 in Ohio, as were his parents. He is working as a farmer.8 In the census of 23 April 1910 in Salem Township, Columbiana County, Ohio, Eli Bricker appears as a head of household which include his wife, Emma C. Bricker, his sons, Warren Bricker and Raymond Clyde Bricker . He is 52 years old and was born in Ohio, as was his parents. He has been married for 32 years. He is working as a farmer and rents his farm.9 Eli Bricker was living at Salem, Columbiana County, Ohio, at the time of the death of his brother, Henry Bricker, on 12 December 1912.10

Family

Emma Long b. 1856
Children

Citations

  1. [S107] 1880 U. S. Census, Columbiana, Ohio, poluation schedule, Center Township, Page 290D, NARA.
  2. [S55] J. H. Beers & Co., Biographical Record of Northwestern Ohio.
  3. [S939] Ancestry.com. Downloaded 7 July 2015, Viewed 15 January 2015: Digital copy. Records of St. Jacobs Church, Salem Twp, Columbiana County. Circa 1930's as a WPA project. Copied and Distributed by Jean Van Fossan, Genealogical Chairman, Lewis Kenny Chapter of the NSDAR, Lisbon, Ohio, Irma B. Gobel, State Chair: Child: Eli Bricker, born 16 July 1857. Baptised 1 may 1858. Parents: John & Lydia Bricker.
  4. [S808] 1860 U.S. Census, Columbiana County, Ohio population schedule, Center Township, Page 326, NARA.
  5. [S805] 1870 U. S. Census, Columbiana County, Ohio population schedule, Center Township, Page 36, NARA.
  6. [S804] 1910 U. S. Census, Columbiana County, Ohio, population schedule, Salem Township, sheet sheet 10B, page 23, NARA.
  7. [S841] Viewed on the Internet.
  8. [S209] 1900 U. S. Census, Columbiana County, Ohio, population schedule, Center Township, sheet 3A, NARA.
  9. [S804] 1910 U. S. Census, Columbiana County, Ohio, population schedule, Salem Township, sheet sheet 10B, page 23, NARA.
  10. [S326] Henry Bricker's Obituary, 1912.
  11. [S107] 1880 U. S. Census, Columbiana, Ohio, NARA.
  12. [S939] Ancestry.com. Downloaded 7 July 2015, Viewed 15 January 2015: Digital copy. Records of St. Jacobs Church, Salem Twp, Columbiana County. Circa 1930's as a WPA project. Copied and Distributed by Jean Van Fossan, Genealogical Chairman, Lewis Kenny Chapter of the NSDAR, Lisbon, Ohio, Irma B. Gobel, State Chair: Child: Veletta May Bricker, born 16 August 1880. Baptised 30 January 1881. Parents: Eli & Emma Bricker.
  13. [S209] 1900 U. S. Census, Columbiana County, Ohio, population schedule, Center Township, sheet 3A, NARA.
  14. [S209] 1900 U. S. Census, Columbiana County, Ohio, population schedule, Center Township, sheet 3A, NARA.
  15. [S26] Ohio Genealogical Society, Carol W. Flavell, C. G., Chairman Members of Columbiana County Chapter, Columbiana County, Ohio Cemetery Inscriptions, Volume 7.
  16. [S804] 1910 U. S. Census, Columbiana County, Ohio, population schedule, Salem Township, sheet sheet 10B, page 23, NARA.
  17. [S804] 1910 U. S. Census, Columbiana County, Ohio, population schedule, Salem Township, sheet sheet 10B, page 23, NARA.

Rebecca Bricker1

F, b. 12 August 1855, d. after 1912
FatherJohn F. Bricker1 b. 23 Aug 1810, d. 4 Apr 1886
MotherLydia Sampsel1 b. 27 Dec 1816, d. 31 Dec 1886
ChartsJohn Bricker's Descendant Chart
     Rebecca Bricker was born on 12 August 1855.2 She was the daughter of John F. Bricker and Lydia Sampsel.1 In the census of 22 June 1860 in Center Township, Columbiana County, Ohio, Rebecca appears in the household of John F. Bricker as Rebecca Bricker. She is five years old.3 In the census of 1 June 1870 in Center Township, Columbiana County, Ohio, Rebecca appears in the household of John F. Bricker as Rebecca Bricker. She is 15 years old and was born in Ohio.4

     Rebecca Bricker married first Edgar Smith on 27 August 1874 in Columbiana County, Ohio.1,5 In the census of 18 June 1880 in Center Township, Columbiana County, Ohio, she is listed as the wife of Edgar Smith. Her name appears as Rebecca Smith. She is 25 years old and was born in Ohio.6

     Rebecca Bricker's second husband was Isaac Newton Long, son of Adam Long and Elizabeth. They married on 25 May 1882 in Columbiana County, Ohio.7,1,5 Rebecca Bricker was living at Salem, Columbiana County, Ohio, at the time of the death of his brother, Henry Bricker, on 12 December 1912.7

     Rebecca Bricker died after 1912.7

Family 1

Edgar Smith b. 1852
Child

Family 2

Isaac Newton Long b. 1851

Citations

  1. [S55] J. H. Beers & Co., Biographical Record of Northwestern Ohio.
  2. [S939] Ancestry.com. Downloaded 7 July 2015, Viewed 15 January 2015: Digital copy. Records of St. Jacobs Church, Salem Twp, Columbiana County. Circa 1930's as a WPA project. Copied and Distributed by Jean Van Fossan, Genealogical Chairman, Lewis Kenny Chapter of the NSDAR, Lisbon, Ohio, Irma B. Gobel, State Chair: Child: Rebecca Bricker, born 12 August 1855. Bapitised 2 December 1855. Parents: John & Lydia Bricker.
  3. [S808] 1860 U.S. Census, Columbiana County, Ohio population schedule, Center Township, Page 326, NARA.
  4. [S805] 1870 U. S. Census, Columbiana County, Ohio population schedule, Center Township, Page 36, NARA.
  5. [S841] Viewed on the Internet.
  6. [S107] 1880 U. S. Census, Columbiana, Ohio, poluation schedule, Center Township, Page 291B, NARA.
  7. [S326] Henry Bricker's Obituary, 1912.
  8. [S107] 1880 U. S. Census, Columbiana, Ohio, poluation schedule, Center Township, Page 291B, NARA.

Karin Larson

F

Milburn John Miller

M
     Milburn John Miller married Isabell Walker.

Isabell Walker

F
     Isabell Walker married Milburn John Miller.

Stewart Boone

M

Granville Scott King1,2

M, b. 18 February 1853, d. 17 August 1922
FatherIvan King3,2 b. 28 Jun 1809, d. 28 Feb 1853
MotherMatilda Waldron3,2 b. c 1808
ChartsKatheryn (Holt) Malloure's Pedigree Chart
     Granville Scott King is buried in an unknown cemetery in Bloomfield, Greene County, Indiana.3 Granville Scott King was also known as Scott King.

     Granville Scott King was born on 18 February 1853 in Indiana.4,3,5,6 He was the son of Ivan King and Matilda Waldron.3,2 Another source indicates that Granville Scott King may have been born in February 1851 at Indiana.7 He survived the death of his father, Ivan King, who died on 28 February 1853. In the census of 15 July 1860 in McCameron Township, Martin County, Indiana, Granville appears in the household of Thomas B. Eaton as Granville S. Eaton. Thomas Eaton is married to Thomas' mother. Thomas is seven years old, attending school, and was born in Indiana.8 In the census of 25 August 1870 in McCameron Township, Martin County, Indiana, Granville appears in the household of Thomas Eaton as Granville S. King. He is nine years old, at home, and was born in Indiana.9

     Granville Scott King married Catherine Roberts on 5 November 1870 in Martin County, Indiana.10,1 In 1872 their son, John E. King, was born in Indiana.11 Their second child, William P., was born in 1874 in Indiana.12 Their third child, Ivan K., was born in 1876 in Scotland, Greene County, Indiana.13 Their fourth child, Edna Janie, was born on 23 May 1879 in Taylor Township, Scotland, Greene County, Indiana.4,14 In the census of 14 June 1880 at Scotland, Greene County, Indiana, Granville Scott King, shown as Granville S. King, appears as a head of household. Living with him is his wife, Catherine King, his sons, John E. King, William P. King and Ivan K. King, his daughter, Edna J. King, his mother-in-law, Matilda Waldron. He is 29 years old, labors on a farm, and was born in Indiana. His father was born in Kentucky and his mother in Ohio.15 Their fifth child, Isaac Asberry, was born on 12 March 1882 in Scotland, Greene County, Indiana.16 Granville Scott King survived the death of his wife, Catherine Roberts, who died circa 1886.1

     Granville Scott King married Mary Ellen Townsend, daughter of Harvey Townsend and Elizabeth, on 30 January 1887 in Greene County, Indiana.17 His sixth child, Norvel H., was born on 2 February 1893 in Indiana.18,19,20 Granville Scott King and Mary Ellen Townsend were divorced between 1894 and 1900.21,1 In the census of 12 June 1900 in McCameron Township, Martin County, Indiana, Scott is listed as a boarder in the household of Leroy Priest. His name appears as Scott King. He is 49 years old and was born in Indiana, February 1851. His father was born in Kentucky and his mother in Ohio. He is listed as being divorced.22 In the census of 28 April 1910 in Taylor Township, Greene County, Indiana, Granville Scott King, shown as Grandville King, appears as a head of household which include, his daughter, Edna J. King, his grandsons, Charles L. King and Ernest N. King, his granddaughter, Katheryn Mae Holt . He is 58 years old, a widow, and was born in Indiana. His parents were also born in Indiana. He is working as a laborer at odd jobs. He can not read and write, he rents his home, and was in the military during the Civil War.23

     NScott King lived most of his early life near Scotland, Indiana in the area which is now Crane, Indiana. He never learned to read or write, had quite a temper, and many friends. Pop, as he was called by his grandchildren, was an iron bound Republican, uncompromisingly so. He was a little man about 5' 5' and walked bent forward with his hands clasped behind him. He was an excellent trapper and fisherman.

     The follwoing is a story told by Scotty to his grandchildren: Three years before his birth, a man was hanged for a crime as per sentence on the house grounds of Bloomfield (at the home of Mabel Haslers father, Henry Bentes - also called Uncle Henry) The date of the hanging was July 4th, 1848. It was made a festive occasion by the population. They came in their wagons and in the summer shirt sleeve dress as the date would require. The hanging was carried out, but lo and behold before the sightseers reached their homes, it turned cold and snowed on that July 4th, 1848. The people considered a divine warning had been sent and never since that date has a man been sentenced to die in Greene Co., Indiana.

     Another story past down about Scotty, starts with Uncle Henry who always made cider vinegar from the apples grown in the orchard adjoining the grounds of the house and kitchen garden. The apples were crushed and squeezed, the juice from which was stored in the wooden barrel and placed in the cellar until the juice became cider thru fermented into vinegar. When the cider became at a certain stage it was called "Hand Cider", there was an alcoholic quality at this point. Now Pop, was not an alcoholic, but it could be said by some that he possibly was borderline. He definitely liked his drinks. In this instance he cut an elderberry stem, about three feet long, removed the pith from its center and would get his nip of hand cider thru his tube. Ward Bente, Uncle Henry's son, was concerned about the level of the cider receding, also they found the elderberry tube. The knew who was the culprit and they proceded to leave all things as found with one exception. They loaded fairly heavily the tube with peper. Pop got the results. After the cider incident, he left the area to go next to his sons Ike and Ivan in southern Missouri and never returned to Indiana.1

     Granville Scott King died on 17 August 1922 in Kennett, Donklin County, Missouri, at age 69. He was 69 years, five months, and 29 days at the time of his death. He is shown as a farmer on his death certificate and also as a widow.3,1

Family 1

Catherine Roberts b. c 1842, d. c 1886
Children

Family 2

Mary Ellen Townsend b. Apr 1857
Child

Citations

  1. [S195] Holt Family Genealogy, date written unknown. Copy in possession of Barbara J. Malloure.
  2. [S11] Biographical Memoirs of Greene County, Indidana.
  3. [S172] Grandville Scott King, Missouri, Death Certificate, #23410.
  4. [S175] Jannie Dauner, Missouri, Death Certificate, #28733.
  5. [S80] 1860 U. S. Census, Martin County, Indiana population schedule, McCameron Township, Page 844, NARA.
  6. [S774] Michael Hoch, e-mail to Barb Malloure, 01 Oct 1999. Oakland County, Michigan, Book 4, #1528. Mother's name Catherine Roberts, born Scotland, Indiana.
  7. [S135] 1900 U. S. Census, Martin County, Indiana, population schedule, McCameron Township, sheet 8B, NARA.
  8. [S80] 1860 U. S. Census, Martin County, Indiana population schedule, McCameron Township, Page 844, NARA.
  9. [S99] 1870 U. S. Census, Martin County, Indiana population schedule, McCameron Township, Page 358, NARA.
  10. [S667] Indiana Works Administration, Marriage Records: Indiana, 1850-1920 Database, 3, 60.
  11. [S116] 1880 U. S. Census, Greene County, Indiana, poluation schedule, Scotland, Page 200B, NARA.
  12. [S116] 1880 U. S. Census, Greene County, Indiana, poluation schedule, Scotland, Page 200B, NARA.
  13. [S116] 1880 U. S. Census, Greene County, Indiana, poluation schedule, Scotland, Page 200B, NARA.
  14. [S116] 1880 U. S. Census, Greene County, Indiana, poluation schedule, Scotland, Page 200B, NARA.
  15. [S116] 1880 U. S. Census, Greene County, Indiana, poluation schedule, Scotland, Page 200B, NARA.
  16. [S774] Michael Hoch, e-mail to Barb Malloure, 01 Oct 1999. Isaac A. King, widow of Grace King, February 2, 1942, Oakland County, Tb sanitarium. Born 12 March 1882, Scotland, Indiana, Age 59y, 11m, 10d. Cause pulmonary TB, Occupation: meat cutter. Father: Scott King of Scotland, Indiana. Informant Willima E. King. Buried: Flint Memorial Park Cemetery 24 Feb 1942.
  17. [S869] Works Progress Administration, Marriage Records: Indiana, Greene County, 1821-1920, Granvil S. King, Mary E. Townsend, 30 Jan 1887. Source - Book M, Page 244.
  18. [S132] 1900 U. S. Census, Greene County, Indiana, population schedule, Taylor Township, sheet 1B, NARA.
  19. [S826] Grandview Cemetery, Greene County, Indiana.
  20. [S147] 1910 U. S. Census, Greene County, Indiana, population schedule, Bloomfield Township, sheet 21A, Page 167, NARA.
  21. [S132] 1900 U. S. Census, Greene County, Indiana, population schedule, Taylor Township, sheet 1B, NARA.
  22. [S135] 1900 U. S. Census, Martin County, Indiana, population schedule, McCameron Township, sheet 8B, NARA.
  23. [S147] 1910 U. S. Census, Greene County, Indiana, population schedule, Taylor Township, sheet 8A, NARA.
  24. [S116] 1880 U. S. Census, Greene County, Indiana, poluation schedule, Scotland, Page 200B, NARA.

Catherine Roberts1,2

F, b. circa 1842, d. circa 1886
ChartsKatheryn (Holt) Malloure's Pedigree Chart
     Catherine Roberts was also known as Mary Roberts.2

     Catherine Roberts was born circa 1842 in Kentucky.3 Another source indicates that Catherine Roberts may have been born at Scotland, Greene County, Indiana.4

     Catherine Roberts married Granville Scott King, son of Ivan King and Matilda Waldron, on 5 November 1870 in Martin County, Indiana.5,2 In 1872 their son, John E. King, was born in Indiana.6 Their second child, William P., was born in 1874 in Indiana.7 Their third child, Ivan K., was born in 1876 in Scotland, Greene County, Indiana.8 Their fourth child, Edna Janie, was born on 23 May 1879 in Taylor Township, Scotland, Greene County, Indiana.9,10 In the census of 14 June 1880 in Scotland, Greene County, Indiana, she is listed as the wife of Granville S. King. Her name appears as Catherine King. She is 38, keeping house, and was born in Kentucky. Her father was born in North Carolina and her mother in Kentucky.11 Their fifth child, Isaac Asberry, was born on 12 March 1882 in Scotland, Greene County, Indiana.12 Catherine Roberts was survived by by her husband, Scott King, and her children: John, William, Ivan, Janie, and Isaac.2

     Catherine Roberts died circa 1886.13

Family

Granville Scott King b. 18 Feb 1853, d. 17 Aug 1922
Children

Citations

  1. [S667] Indiana Works Administration, Marriage Records: Indiana, 1850-1920 Database.
  2. [S195] Holt Family Genealogy, date written unknown. Copy in possession of Barbara J. Malloure.
  3. [S116] 1880 U. S. Census, Greene County, Indiana, poluation schedule, Scotland, Page 200B, NARA.
  4. [S774] Michael Hoch, e-mail to Barb Malloure, 01 Oct 1999. Oakland County, Michigan, Book 4, #1528. Mother's name Catherine Roberts, born Scotland, Indiana.
  5. [S667] Indiana Works Administration, Marriage Records: Indiana, 1850-1920 Database, 3, 60.
  6. [S116] 1880 U. S. Census, Greene County, Indiana, poluation schedule, Scotland, Page 200B, NARA.
  7. [S116] 1880 U. S. Census, Greene County, Indiana, poluation schedule, Scotland, Page 200B, NARA.
  8. [S116] 1880 U. S. Census, Greene County, Indiana, poluation schedule, Scotland, Page 200B, NARA.
  9. [S175] Jannie Dauner, Missouri, Death Certificate, #28733.
  10. [S116] 1880 U. S. Census, Greene County, Indiana, poluation schedule, Scotland, Page 200B, NARA.
  11. [S116] 1880 U. S. Census, Greene County, Indiana, poluation schedule, Scotland, Page 200B, NARA.
  12. [S774] Michael Hoch, e-mail to Barb Malloure, 01 Oct 1999. Isaac A. King, widow of Grace King, February 2, 1942, Oakland County, Tb sanitarium. Born 12 March 1882, Scotland, Indiana, Age 59y, 11m, 10d. Cause pulmonary TB, Occupation: meat cutter. Father: Scott King of Scotland, Indiana. Informant Willima E. King. Buried: Flint Memorial Park Cemetery 24 Feb 1942.
  13. [S284] Stalcup Researcher, e-mail to Barb Malloure, 1999.

John E. King1

M, b. 1872, d. 3 March 1905
FatherGranville Scott King b. 18 Feb 1853, d. 17 Aug 1922
MotherCatherine Roberts b. c 1842, d. c 1886
     John E. King was born in 1872 in Indiana.1 He was the son of Granville Scott King and Catherine Roberts.

     John E. King married Maggie between 1880 and 1901.2 In the census of 14 June 1880 in Scotland, Greene County, Indiana, he is listed as the son of Granville S. King. His name appears as John E. King. He is eight years old and was born in Indiana. His father was born in Indiana also and his mother in Kentucky.3 John E. King survived the death of his mother, Catherine Roberts, who died circa 1886.2 In the census of 9 June 1900 in Richland Township, Greene County, Indiana, he is listed as a boarder in the household of Fred Kerzag. His name appears as John King. This may or may not be him. This John King is 29 years old, born in Indiana, and his birth date is given as August 1871. His father was born in Kentucky and his mother in Indiana. He is working as a miller.4

     John was a Saloon Keeper in Lyons, Indiana. In his early life he was stricken with acute alcoholism. It was said that he ran for seven miles with an imaginary fear and had to be tied in bed to die.

     John E. King died on 3 March 1905 in San Francisco, San Francisco County, Califorinia.2,5 He is buried in the Scotland Cemetery located in Greene County, Indiana. Written on his gravemarker is the following: "Cor. of Troop G 3rd U. S. Cavalry, killed near San Francisco, Luzon 1sl. Nobly he fell, while fighting for liberty."[C]5

Family

Maggie d. 1928
Child

Citations

  1. [S116] 1880 U. S. Census, Greene County, Indiana, poluation schedule, Scotland, Page 200B, NARA.
  2. [S195] Holt Family Genealogy, date written unknown. Copy in possession of Barbara J. Malloure.
  3. [S116] 1880 U. S. Census, Greene County, Indiana, poluation schedule, Scotland, Page 200B, NARA.
  4. [S132] 1900 U. S. Census, Greene County, Indiana, population schedule, Richland Township, sheet 8A, Page 128, NARA.
  5. [S829] Scotland Cemetery, Greene County, Indiana.

Zephaniah Lee1

M, b. 26 November 1781, d. 1 December 1854
FatherWilliam F. Lee1 b. 23 Jan 1741, d. 21 Feb 1807
MotherCathren Ross1 b. 1739/40, d. 1793
     Zephaniah Lee was born on 26 November 1781 in Morgan, Washington County, Pennsylvania.1 He was the son of William F. Lee and Cathren Ross.1

     Zephaniah Lee married Elizabeth Cole on 6 May 1809.1

     Zephaniah Lee died on 1 December 1854 in Union, Warren County, Ohio, at age 73.1 He is buried in an unknown cemetery in Ft. Ancient, Warren County, Ohio.1

Citations

  1. [S250] Letter, Nancy Harris to Barb Malloure, March 3, 2000.

Ivan K. King1,2

M, b. 1876, d. circa 1958
FatherGranville Scott King b. 18 Feb 1853, d. 17 Aug 1922
MotherCatherine Roberts b. c 1842, d. c 1886
     Ivan K. King was born in 1876 in Scotland, Greene County, Indiana.2 He was the son of Granville Scott King and Catherine Roberts. In the census of 14 June 1880 in Scotland, Greene County, Indiana, he is listed as the son of Granville S. King. His name appears as Ivan K. King. He is four years old and was born in Indiana, as was his father. His mother was born in Kentucky.3 Ivan K. King survived the death of his mother, Catherine Roberts, who died circa 1886.1

     He was a showman in his youth. He would do wire walking on Saturday and Sunday in Scotland. Once he tried to turn a summersault, fell from the wire, and broke his arm. In his early adult years he migrated to Southeastern Missouri where he worked as a clerk in his brother Isaac's store. Early in the 1920's he migrated with his family to Flint, Michigan. There he worked in the parts department of Chevrolet Motor Company until retirement.1

     Ivan K. King married Sadie Puttleas, daughter of Mr. Puttleas, in Missouri.1 In the census of April 1910 in Kennett, Dunklin, Missouri, Ivan K. King, shown as Ivan King, appears as a head of household which include his wife, Sadie King, his son, Thomas Esco King, his daughter, Catherine King . He is 33 years old and has been married for 10 years. He was born in Indiana, as were his parents, and is working as a salesman in a general store. He rents his home.4 In the census of 8 January 1920 in Flint, Genesee County, Michigan, Ivan K. King, shown as Ivan King, appears as a head of household which include his wife, Sadie Puttleas, his son, Thomas Esco King, his brother-in-law, Nefatias G. Puttleas . He is 43 years old and was born in Indiana, as were his parents. He is working as a foreman in an auto factory. Nefatias G. Pultleas' name is hard to read. Ivan only had one sister, who married someone else, therefore it is assumed that this individual was his wife's brother.5

     Ivan K. King died circa 1958 in Flint, Michigan.1

Family

Sadie Puttleas d. c 1963
Children

Citations

  1. [S195] Holt Family Genealogy, date written unknown. Copy in possession of Barbara J. Malloure.
  2. [S116] 1880 U. S. Census, Greene County, Indiana, poluation schedule, Scotland, Page 200B, NARA.
  3. [S116] 1880 U. S. Census, Greene County, Indiana, poluation schedule, Scotland, Page 200B, NARA.
  4. [S327] 1910 U. S. Census, Dunklin County, Missouri, population schedule, 2-WD, Kennett, sheet 38B, Page 213B, NARA.
  5. [S838] 1920 U. S. Census, Genesee County, Michigan, population schedule, Flint, sheet 7B, NARA.

Isaac Asberry King1,2

M, b. 12 March 1882, d. 2 February 1942
FatherGranville Scott King2 b. 18 Feb 1853, d. 17 Aug 1922
MotherCatherine Roberts3 b. c 1842, d. c 1886
     Isaac Asberry King was born on 12 March 1882 in Scotland, Greene County, Indiana.2 He was the son of Granville Scott King and Catherine Roberts.2,3 Isaac Asberry King survived the death of his mother, Catherine Roberts, who died circa 1886.1

     Isaac Asberry King married Bertha Looney circa 1905.1 In the census of 28 April 1910 in Kennett, Dunklin, Missouri, Isaac Asberry King, shown as Ike A. King, appears as a head of household which include his wife, Bertha King, his son, Edward King, his daughter, Myra King . He is 31 years old and was born in Indiana, as were his parents. He is working as a merchant in a general store. He rents a home.4 Isaac worked as a meat cutter.5

     Migrated along with two of his brothers to southeastern Missouri eary in the century. Ike went into the grocery business in Kennett, Missouri. There was a grocery and meat market to his business. Orders were called in by his customers and delivered in horse drawn backboards and the money was collected at a later date. Bertha was his Bookkeeper and his brother Ivan, one of his clerks. The business thrived until about the beginning of the 1920s. In 1920 Ike and Bertha migrated to Flint, Michigan. There they both worked to maintain a dignified mode of life for their children. Bertha, the accountant of the Hubbard Hardware Co. and Ike took a job delivering Hostess Cake products to retail stores. Bertha remained with him until their children were married. Later a divorce was obtained by Bertha and she married Oliver Seuglamb of Flint. Ike also married a second time. Ike died from Tubercolosis in a Sanitarium in Oakland Co., Michigan and was living at 1388 Union St., Mt. Morris, Genesee County, Michigan.1

     Isaac Asberry King died on 2 February 1942 in Oakland County Tb sanitarium, Oakland County, Michigan, at age 59 of pulmonary TB for years.. At the time of his death he was 59 years old, 11 months, and 10 days. William E. King is shown as informant on death certificate.1,5 He is buried in the Flint Memorial Park Cemetery located in Flint, Genesse County, Michigan.[C]6

Family

Bertha Looney
Children

Citations

  1. [S195] Holt Family Genealogy, date written unknown. Copy in possession of Barbara J. Malloure.
  2. [S774] Michael Hoch, e-mail to Barb Malloure, 01 Oct 1999. Isaac A. King, widow of Grace King, February 2, 1942, Oakland County, Tb sanitarium. Born 12 March 1882, Scotland, Indiana, Age 59y, 11m, 10d. Cause pulmonary TB, Occupation: meat cutter. Father: Scott King of Scotland, Indiana. Informant Willima E. King. Buried: Flint Memorial Park Cemetery 24 Feb 1942.
  3. [S774] Michael Hoch, e-mail to Barb Malloure, 01 Oct 1999. Oakland County, Michigan, Book 4, #1528. Mother's name Catherine Roberts, born Scotland, Indiana.
  4. [S327] 1910 U. S. Census, Dunklin County, Missouri, population schedule, 1-WD, Kennett, sheet 7B, NARA.
  5. [S774] Michael Hoch, e-mail to Barb Malloure, 01 Oct 1999. Isaac A. King, widow of Grace King, February 2, 1942, Oakland County, Tb sanitarium. Born 12 March 1882, Scotland, Indiana, Age 59y, 11m, 10d. Cause pulmonary TB, Occupation: meat cutter. Father: Scott King of Scotland, Indiana. Informant Willima E. King. Buried: Flint Memorial Park Cemetery 24 Feb 1942.
  6. [S774] Michael Hoch, e-mail to Barb Malloure, 01 Oct 1999. Oakland County, Michigan, Book 4, #1528.

Mary Ellen Townsend1,2

F, b. April 1857
FatherHarvey Townsend3 b. 1828
MotherElizabeth3 b. 1822
     Mary Ellen Townsend was born in April 1857 in Pennsylvania.4,5 She was the daughter of Harvey Townsend and Elizabeth.3 In the census of 28 July 1870 in Taylor Township, Greene County, Indiana, Mary appears in the household of Harvey Townsend as Mary A. Townsend. She is 12 years old and was born in Pennsylvania.3 In the census of 1 June 1880 in Taylor Township, Greene County, Indiana, she is listed as a sister of William Townsend. Her name appears as Mary Ellen Townsend. She is 22 years old, at home, and was born in Pennsylvania, as were her parents.6

     Mary Ellen Townsend married Granville Scott King, son of Ivan King and Matilda Waldron, on 30 January 1887 in Greene County, Indiana.1 On 2 February 1893 their son, Norvel H. King, was born in Indiana.7,8,9 Mary Ellen Townsend and Granville Scott King were divorced between 1894 and 1900.10,11 In the census of 1 June 1900 in Taylor Township, Greene County, Indiana, Mary Ellen Townsend, shown as Mary King, appears as a head of household, which include. She is 43 years old and was born in Pennsylvania, April 1857. Her father was born in Germany and her mother in Pennsylvania. She is shown as a widow. In the census of 4 May 1910 in Bloomfield Township, Greene County, Indiana, Mary Ellen Townsend, shown as Mary E. King, appears as a head of household which include, her son, Norvel H. King, her brother, William Townsend . She is 53 years old, a widow, and was born in Pensylvania. Her father was born in Germany and her mother in Pennsylvania. She is working as a seamstress and renting her home. Also living with her is her nephew, Willie Townsend, age 17, born in Indiana.12 In the census of 7 January 1920 in Bloomfield, Greene County, Indiana, Mary Ellen Townsend, shown as Mary E. King., appears as a head of household which includes, her son, Norvel H. King. She is 62 years old, divorce, and was born in Pennsylvania. Her father was born in Germany and her mother in Pennsylvania. She is renting her own and no occupation is given.13

Family

Granville Scott King b. 18 Feb 1853, d. 17 Aug 1922
Child

Citations

  1. [S869] Works Progress Administration, Marriage Records: Indiana, Greene County, 1821-1920, Granvil S. King, Mary E. Townsend, 30 Jan 1887. Source - Book M, Page 244.
  2. [S116] 1880 U. S. Census, Greene County, Indiana, poluation schedule, Taylor Township, Page 195D, NARA.
  3. [S93] 1870 U. S. Census, Greene County, Indiana population schedule, Taylor Township, Bloomfield, Page 455, NARA.
  4. [S132] 1900 U. S. Census, Greene County, Indiana, population schedule, Taylor Township, sheet 1B, NARA.
  5. [S116] 1880 U. S. Census, Greene County, Indiana, poluation schedule, Taylor Township, Page 195D, NARA.
  6. [S116] 1880 U. S. Census, Greene County, Indiana, poluation schedule, Taylor Township, Page 195D, NARA.
  7. [S132] 1900 U. S. Census, Greene County, Indiana, population schedule, Taylor Township, sheet 1B, NARA.
  8. [S826] Grandview Cemetery, Greene County, Indiana.
  9. [S147] 1910 U. S. Census, Greene County, Indiana, population schedule, Bloomfield Township, sheet 21A, Page 167, NARA.
  10. [S132] 1900 U. S. Census, Greene County, Indiana, population schedule, Taylor Township, sheet 1B, NARA.
  11. [S195] Holt Family Genealogy, date written unknown. Copy in possession of Barbara J. Malloure.
  12. [S147] 1910 U. S. Census, Greene County, Indiana, population schedule, Bloomfield Township, sheet 21A, Page 167, NARA.
  13. [S659] 1920 U. S. Census, Greene County, Indiana, population schedule, Bloomfield, Richland Township, sheet 4B, NARA.

Norvel H. King1,2,3

M, b. 2 February 1893, d. 11 January 1968
FatherGranville Scott King b. 18 Feb 1853, d. 17 Aug 1922
MotherMary Ellen Townsend b. Apr 1857
     Norvel H. King was born on 2 February 1893 in Indiana.2,4,3 He was the son of Granville Scott King and Mary Ellen Townsend. Norvel H. King witnessed the divorce of Mary Ellen Townsend and Granville Scott King between 1894 and 1900.5,1

     After the separation of his parents around 1898, he made his home with his mother and at a very early age became the breadwinner. He was imbred with about every fear due to the idiosyncrasies of his mother, however out of the necessity to survive, he learned by trial and error the auto mechanic trade and become one of the best in that profession. All his working life was spent in the Bloomfield and Luiton, Indiana area with the latter years at Indianapolis.1 In the census of 1 June 1900 in Taylor Township, Greene County, Indiana, he is listed as the son of Mary Ellen Townsend. His name appears as Noval H. King. He is seven years old and was born in Indiana, February 1893. His parents were both born in Indiana.6 In the census of 4 May 1910 in Bloomfield Township, Greene County, Indiana, he is listed as the son of Mary Ellen Townsend. His name appears as Norvel H. King. He is 17 years old, and was born in Indiana, as was his father. His mother's birth location is given as Pennsylvania. He is working as a laborer at a brick plant. He can read and write and wasn't in school this year.7 In the census of 7 January 1920 in Bloomfield, Greene County, Indiana, he is listed as the son of Mary Ellen Townsend. His name appears as Norval H. King. He is 26 years old, single, and was born in Indiana, as was his father. His mother was born in Pennsylvania. He is working as a repairman in a garage.8

     Norvel H. King married Gladene Byers in 1921 in Indiana.1

     There were no children in this marriage.1

     After retirement Novel and Gladene migrated to Flordia. The two of them built their home in Floral City.1

     Norvel H. King died on 11 January 1968 at age 74 of of a heart condition and pnemonia.4,1 He is buried in the Grandview Cemetery located in Bloomfield, Greene County, Indiana.[C]4
Grandville Cemetery. M. Glodene 1900 - 1984. Norvel H. 1896 - 1968
Grandville Cemetery

Family

Gladene Byers b. 14 May 1900, d. 16 Mar 1984

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, sheet 1B, NARA.
  3. [S147] 1910 U. S. Census, Greene County, Indiana, population schedule, Bloomfield Township, sheet 21A, Page 167, NARA.
  4. [S826] Grandview Cemetery, Greene County, Indiana.
  5. [S132] 1900 U. S. Census, Greene County, Indiana, population schedule, Taylor Township, sheet 1B, NARA.
  6. [S132] 1900 U. S. Census, Greene County, Indiana, population schedule, Taylor Township, sheet 1B, NARA.
  7. [S147] 1910 U. S. Census, Greene County, Indiana, population schedule, Bloomfield Township, sheet 21A, Page 167, NARA.
  8. [S659] 1920 U. S. Census, Greene County, Indiana, population schedule, Bloomfield, Richland Township, sheet 4B, NARA.

Maggie1

F, d. 1928
     Maggie married Will Davidson.

     Maggie married John E. King, son of Granville Scott King and Catherine Roberts, between 1880 and 1901.1

     Maggie died in 1928.1

Family 1

Will Davidson

Family 2

John E. King b. 1872, d. 3 Mar 1905
Child

Citations

  1. [S195] Holt Family Genealogy, date written unknown. Copy in possession of Barbara J. Malloure.

Parris King1

M, b. circa 1901, d. 1932
FatherJohn E. King b. 1872, d. 3 Mar 1905
MotherMaggie d. 1928
     Ernest Holt writes, "Parris never married, lived with his stepfather in Bickwell, Indiana. The stepfather transferred all his belonging to Paris, as his years of life were comming to a close. It was his home and perhaps not much more, but ironically Paris was killed in an automobile accident in 1932. Paris' heirs got everything leaving his stepfather with nothing."1

     Parris King was born circa 1901.1 He was the son of John E. King and Maggie.

     Parris King died in 1932. Auto accident.1

Citations

  1. [S195] Holt Family Genealogy, date written unknown. Copy in possession of Barbara J. Malloure.

Will Davidson

M
     Will Davidson married Maggie.

Family

Maggie d. 1928

Sadie Puttleas1,2

F, d. circa 1963
FatherMr. Puttleas2 b. b 1870
     Sadie Puttleas was born. She was the daughter of Mr. Puttleas.2

     Sadie Puttleas married Ivan K. King, son of Granville Scott King and Catherine Roberts, in Missouri.1 In the census of April 1910 in Kennett, Dunklin, Missouri, she is listed as the wife of Ivan K. King. Her name appears as Sadie King. She is 27 years old and has been married for 10 years. She was born in Missouri and her parents were born in Tennessee. She is the mother of two children; still living.3 In the census of 8 January 1920 in Flint, Genesee County, Michigan, she is listed as the wife of Ivan K. King. Her name appears as Sadie King. She is 38 years old and was born in Missouri. Her parents were born in Tennessee.4

     Sadie Puttleas died circa 1963.1

Family

Ivan K. King b. 1876, d. c 1958
Children

Citations

  1. [S195] Holt Family Genealogy, date written unknown. Copy in possession of Barbara J. Malloure.
  2. [S838] 1920 U. S. Census, Genesee County, Michigan, population schedule, Flint, sheet 7B, NARA.
  3. [S327] 1910 U. S. Census, Dunklin County, Missouri, population schedule, 2-WD, Kennett, sheet 38B, Page 213B, NARA.
  4. [S838] 1920 U. S. Census, Genesee County, Michigan, population schedule, Flint, sheet 7B, NARA.

Catherine King1,2

F, b. 1902
FatherIvan K. King b. 1876, d. c 1958
MotherSadie Puttleas d. c 1963
     Catherine King was born in 1902 in Missouri.1 She was the daughter of Ivan K. King and Sadie Puttleas. In the census of April 1910 in Kennett, Dunklin, Missouri, she is listed as the daughter of Ivan K. King. Her name appears as Catherine King. She is eight years old and was born in Missouri, as was her mother. Her father was born in Indiana.3

     Catherine King married Allen Piper circa 1921.

Citations

  1. [S195] Holt Family Genealogy, date written unknown. Copy in possession of Barbara J. Malloure.
  2. [S327] 1910 U. S. Census, Dunklin County, Missouri, population schedule, 2-WD, Kennett, sheet 38B, Page 213B, NARA.
  3. [S327] 1910 U. S. Census, Dunklin County, Missouri, population schedule, 2-WD, Kennett, sheet 38B, Page 213B, NARA.

Thomas Esco King1

M, b. 1904, d. circa 1967
FatherIvan K. King b. 1876, d. c 1958
MotherSadie Puttleas d. c 1963
     Thomas Esco King was born in 1904 in Missouri.1,2 He was the son of Ivan K. King and Sadie Puttleas. In the census of April 1910 in Kennett, Dunklin, Missouri, he is listed as the son of Ivan K. King. His name appears as Eses King. He is six years old and was born in Missouri, as was his mother. His father was born in Indiana.3

     Thomas Esco King married Gladyn.1

     He lived in Missouri most of his early life. Early in the 1920s he married Gladys and to this marriage at least one child was born. He moved with his father to Flint, Michigan where he managed A & P food stores in his early working years. Later own his own Tavern.

     Thomas Esco King died circa 1967 of internal hemorraging.1

Family

Gladyn

Citations

  1. [S195] Holt Family Genealogy, date written unknown. Copy in possession of Barbara J. Malloure.
  2. [S327] 1910 U. S. Census, Dunklin County, Missouri, population schedule, 2-WD, Kennett, sheet 38B, Page 213B, NARA.
  3. [S327] 1910 U. S. Census, Dunklin County, Missouri, population schedule, 2-WD, Kennett, sheet 38B, Page 213B, NARA.

Allen Piper

M
     By Ernest Holt; al was manager of A & P stores for a number of years. Later he owned and ran his own food store. He lived with Katherine in retirement in Port Charlotte, Florida.

     Allen Piper married Catherine King, daughter of Ivan K. King and Sadie Puttleas, circa 1921.

Family

Catherine King b. 1902
Child

daughter Piper

F
FatherAllen Piper
MotherCatherine King b. 1902
     Daughter Piper was the daughter of Allen Piper and Catherine King.

Gladyn1

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     Gladyn married Thomas Esco King, son of Ivan K. King and Sadie Puttleas.1

Family

Thomas Esco King b. 1904, d. c 1967

Citations

  1. [S195] Holt Family Genealogy, date written unknown. Copy in possession of Barbara J. Malloure.

Bertha Looney

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     By Ernest Holt: Berth'as father was a victim of a murder. the name of the murderer was Chickistro. (miss spelled.)

     Bertha Looney married Isaac Asberry King, son of Granville Scott King and Catherine Roberts, circa 1905.1 In the census of 28 April 1910 in Kennett, Dunklin, Missouri, she is listed as the wife of Isaac Asberry King. Her name appears as Bertha King. She is 23 years old, born in Arkansas, and the mother of two children; both living. Her father was born in Tennessee and her mother in Arkansas. She is a home keeper and has been married for five years.2

     Bertha Looney's second husband was Oliver Senglamb. They married after 1910.

     Migrated along with two of his brothers to southeastern Missouri eary in the century. Ike went into the grocery business in Kennett, Missouri. There was a grocery and meat market to his business. Orders were called in by his customers and delivered in horse drawn backboards and the money was collected at a later date. Bertha was his Bookkeeper and his brother Ivan, one of his clerks. The business thrived until about the beginning of the 1920s. In 1920 Ike and Bertha migrated to Flint, Michigan. There they both worked to maintain a dignified mode of life for their children. Bertha, the accountant of the Hubbard Hardware Co. and Ike took a job delivering Hostess Cake products to retail stores. Bertha remained with him until their children were married. Later a divorce was obtained by Bertha and she married Oliver Seuglamb of Flint. Ike also married a second time. Ike died from Tubercolosis in a Sanitarium in Oakland Co., Michigan and was living at 1388 Union St., Mt. Morris, Genesee County, Michigan.1

Family 1

Isaac Asberry King b. 12 Mar 1882, d. 2 Feb 1942
Children

Family 2

Oliver Senglamb

Citations

  1. [S195] Holt Family Genealogy, date written unknown. Copy in possession of Barbara J. Malloure.
  2. [S327] 1910 U. S. Census, Dunklin County, Missouri, population schedule, 1-WD, Kennett, sheet 7B, NARA.