Ruth Anna Scott1,2,3

F, b. 30 May 1853, d. 9 January 1929
FatherWilliam Carlisle Scott IV1,2 b. 23 Nov 1817, d. 8 Jun 1905
MotherMary Scott1,2 b. 16 Jan 1819, d. 7 Oct 1892
     Ruth Anna Scott was born on 30 May 1853 in Union Township, Carroll County, Ohio.1 She was the daughter of William Carlisle Scott IV and Mary Scott.1,2 In the Union Township, Carroll County, Ohio census dated 9 June 1860, Ruth Anna Scott, shown as Katha Scott, is listed in the household of William Carlisle Scott IV. She is seven years old and was born in Ohio.4 In the Union Township, Carroll County, Ohio census dated 23 June 1870, Ruth Anna Scott, shown as Ruth Scott, is listed in the household of William Carlisle Scott IV. She is 17 years old, at home, attending school, and was born in Ohio.5 In the Union Township, Carroll County, Ohio census dated 15 June 1880, Ruth Anna Scott, shown as Ruth Ann Scott, is listed in the household of William Carlisle Scott IV. She is 27 years old and was born in Ohio.6

     Ruth Anna Scott married Adam Beamer on 14 September 1880 in Carroll County, Ohio. Signed W. R. Vincent.1,2 Ruth Anna Scott survived the death of her mother, Mary Scott, who died on 7 October 1892.2,7 Ruth Anna Scott survived the death of her father, William Carlisle Scott IV, who died on 8 June 1905.2

     Ruth Anna Scott died on 9 January 1929 in Harrison Township, Carroll County, Ohio, at age 75; In the death of William C. Scott there has been removed from earth one of our best citizens and most noted of pioneers.1,2 She is buried Scott (New) Cemetery, Carroll County, Ohio. Funeral services for Mrs. Beamer were held Saturday morning in charge of Rev. Sanders.[C]2 Ruth died complications of diseases.2

Family

Adam Beamer b. 15 Mar 1853, d. 14 Jan 1929
Children

Citations

  1. [S295] Bible, Adam and Ruth Ann (Scott) Beamer's Family Bible.
  2. [S524] Newspapers from Carroll County, Ohio.
  3. [S525] 1860 U. S. Census, Carroll County, Ohio, 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. [S526] 1880 U. S. Census, Carroll County, Ohio, poluation schedule, Union Township, Page Stamped175, NARA.
  7. [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.

Susan Grant1

F, b. circa 1861
     Susan Grant was born circa 1861 in Illinois.1

     Susan Grant married Sanford S. Arford, son of Crawford Arford and Catherine Slater, circa 1877. In the census of 11 June 1880 in Madison Township, Daviess County, Indiana, she is listed as the wife of Sanford S. Arford. Her name appears as Susan S. Arford. She is 19 years old and was born in Illinois. Her parens were bon in Indiana.2 In the Madison Township, Daviess County, Indiana census dated 11 June 1880, Susan Grant, shown as Susan S. Arford, is listed in the household of an unknown person . She is 19 years old and was born in Illinois.2

Family

Sanford S. Arford b. 1854, d. 1883
Child

Citations

  1. [S110] 1880 U. S. Census, Daviess County, Indiana, NARA.
  2. [S110] 1880 U. S. Census, Daviess County, Indiana, poluation schedule, Madison Township, Page 16 and 412D, NARA.
  3. [S110] 1880 U. S. Census, Daviess County, Indiana, poluation schedule, Madison Township, Page 16 and 412D, NARA.

Mary Ann Bair1,2

F, b. 11 November 1841, d. 27 May 1924
FatherMartin Bair3,4 b. 16 Feb 1816, d. 5 Dec 1900
MotherSusanna Gilbert3,4 b. 15 May 1816, d. 13 Feb 1895
ChartsJohn Bricker's Descendant Chart
     Mary Ann Bair was born on 11 November 1841 in Warren, Trumbull County, Ohio.2,3,1,5 Mary Ann Bair was also known as Mary Ann Bear.4 She was the daughter of Martin Bair and Susanna Gilbert.3,4 ; 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 3 August 1850 in Bazetta Township, Trumbull County, Ohio, Mary appears in the household of Martin Bair as Mary Ann Bear. She is eight years old and was born in Ohio.6 In 1855, Mary Ann Bair moved with her parents to Hicksville, Defiance County, Ohio.7

     Mary Ann Bair married Henry Bricker, son of John F. Bricker and Rebecca Burger, 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.8,9,4,10 Their first child, William Henry, was born on 28 December 1858 in Ohio.4,11

     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.4 In the census of 13 June 1860 in Swan Township, Noble County, Indiana, Mary appears in the household of Henry Bricker as Mary A. Bricker. She is 19 years old and was born in Ohio.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.13,4

     Circa 1866, Henry and Mary moved with their family to Hicksville, Defiance County, Ohio.8,4 Their third child, David Franklin, was born on 2 February 1867 in Hicksville, Defiance County, Ohio.14,1,15 Their fourth child, Wallace Burton, was born on 1 May 1870 in Hicksville, Defiance County, Ohio.16,4,11 In the census of 28 July 1870 in Hicksville, Defiance County, Ohio, Mary appears in the household of Henry Bricker as Mary Bricker. She is 28 years old, keeping house, and was born in Ohio.17 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.4,11 Their sixth child, Joseph Alandis, was born on 18 August 1878 and died the following month.4,11

      In the census of 21 June 1880 in Hicksville, Defiance County, Ohio, she is listed as the wife of Henry Bricker. Her name appears as Mary A. Bricker. She is 38 years old, keeping house, and was born in Ohio. Her parents are shown as being born in Virginia.18 Their seventh child, Amy Sophia, was born on 5 December 1885 in Hicksville, Defiance County, Ohio.19,4 ; fancy dress.
In the census of 23 June 1900 in Hicksville, Defiance County, Ohio, she is listed as the wife of Henry Bricker. Her name appears as Mary A. Bricker. She is 59 years old and was born in Ohio, December 1840. Her parents are also recorded as being born in Ohio. She has been married for 42 years and is the mother of seven children; two that are no longer living.20 ; from 1906 group photo. In the census of 1 April 1910 at Hicksville, Defiance County, Ohio, she was listed as the wife of Henry Bricker. She is 69 years old and has been married for 52 years. She is the mother of seven children, five that are still living.21 Mary Ann Bair survived the death of her husband, Henry Bricker, who died on 11 December 1912 in Hicksville, Defiance County, Ohio.8

     As the widow of Henry Bricker, she received $20 per month.22 ; Mary Ann with her 5 children. ; grave markers. Mary Ann Bricker was survived by her daughter, Amy Retron and her sons; William, David, and Wallace.

     Mary Ann Bair died on 27 May 1924 in Hicksville, Defiance County, Ohio, at age 82 of apololexy with arteriosclerosis contributing, which she had suffered with for the last five years.. At the time of her death she was 82 years, 6 months, and 16 days. She was a widow and had lived in Hicksville for 51 years. The information on the death certificate was provided by Mrs. E. E. Retron. According to her granddaughter, Mary Ann was a character. She used to wear a little cap which had to do with the Church of the Brethren. She didn't approve of the violin in the church.3,5,23 She is buried in the Forest Home Cemetery located in Salem Township, Hicksville, Defiance County, Ohio.[C]3,5
2005 November Genealogy visit to Hicksville, OH

Family

Henry Bricker b. 12 Jan 1837, d. 11 Dec 1912
Children

Citations

  1. [S517] D. Frank Bricker, Ohio, Death Certificate, ##31023.
  2. [S182] William Henry Bricker, Ohio, Death Certificate, #33968.
  3. [S178] Mary Ann Bricker, Ohio, Death Certificate, ##27602.
  4. [S55] J. H. Beers & Co., Biographical Record of Northwestern Ohio.
  5. [S16] St. Jacob's Cemetery, Columbiana County, Ohio.
  6. [S197] 1850 U. S. Census, Trumbull County, Ohio population schedule, Bazetta Township, Page 446, NARA.
  7. [S330] John Bare Obituary, 1908.
  8. [S326] Henry Bricker's Obituary, 1912.
  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. [S803] 1900 U. S. Census, Defiance County, Ohio, population schedule, Hicksville Township, sheet sheet 17B, NARA.
  21. [S802] 1910 U. S. Census, Defiance County, Ohio, population schedule, Hicksville Township, sheet sheet 1A/page 143, NARA.
  22. [S636] "Pension Papers of Henry Bricker."
  23. [S1020] Bricker Family History, November 2nd & 3rd, 2005. Copy in possession of Barbara J. Malloure.
  24. [S181] Wallace Burton Bricker, Ohio, Death Certificate, #43725.

Emily Frances Hughes1,2

F, b. 15 October 1830, d. 19 March 1915
FatherHenry Hughes2 b. 20 Jul 1802, d. b 1860
MotherNancy Thomas2 b. c 1802
Forest Home Cemetery
     Emily Frances Hughes was born on 15 October 1830 in Crane Township, Paulding County, Ohio.2,3 She was the daughter of Henry Hughes and Nancy Thomas.2 Another source indicates that Emily Frances Hughes may have been born in September 1831. This date is taken from the 1900 census.4 In the 1840 census in Paulding County, Ohio, Emily Frances Hughes is assumed to be enumerated with Henry Hughes.5 In the census of 19 August 1850 in Crane Township, Paulding County, Ohio, Emily appears in the household of Henry Hughes as Emily Hughes. She is 19 years old, attened school, and was born in Ohio.6

     Emily Frances Hughes married Absalom Landis, son of David Landis and Mary, on 20 October 1850.1 On 10 August 1851 their daughter, Ann Eliza Landis, was born in Defiance County, Ohio.3 On 6 April 1853 their son, George Washington Landis, was born in Defiance County, Ohio.1,3 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.3,1 In the census of 17 July 1860 in Hicksville, Defiance County, Ohio, Emily appears in the household of Absalom Landis as Emily Landis. She is 30 years old and was born in Ohio.7 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.8,1 Their sixth child, Frank, was born in November 1862 in Defiance County, Ohio.9 Their seventh child, Mary Elizabeth, was born on 15 November 1862 in Defiance County, Ohio. Mary Elizabeth died the following year.1

      In the census of 4 August 1870 in Hicksville, Defiance County, Ohio, Emily Frances Hughes, shown as Emily Landis, is listed as the head of household which included the following household members; Eliza A. Landis, George Landis, Frances Landis, David Landis, Ella Landis and Frank Landis. She is 35 years old, keeping house, and was born in Ohio. Her real estate is valued at $10,000 and his personal estate at $7200.10 In the census of 7 June 1880 at Hicksville, Defiance County, Ohio, Emily Frances Hughes, shown as Emily Landis, appears as a head of household. Living with her is, her sons, David L. Landis and Frank Landis . She is 57 years old, born in Ohio, and is a housekeeper. Her parents were born in New York.11 In the census of 18 June 1900 in Hicksville Township, Defiance County, Ohio, she is listed in the household and as the mother of Frank Landis. Her name appears as Emily Landis. She is 68 years old, a widow, and was born in Ohio, September 1831. Her parents were also born in Ohio. She is shown as the mother of seven children with only one still living. This number is incorrect and what she was probably trying to indicate that one child was no longer living, not that only was one still living.4 ; Emily Landis.
In the census of 26 April 1910 in Hicksville Township, Defiance County, Ohio, she is listed in the household and as the mother of Frank Landis. Her name appears as Emily Landis. She is shown as the mother of Frank, a widow, and 70 years old. Her birth location is given as Ohio, as is her parents. She is also shown as being the mother of seven children, but only six are living.12

     Emily Frances Hughes died on 19 March 1915 in Hicksville, Defiance County, Ohio, at age 84 of cerebral hemorrhage with arteris sclerosis contributing. Duration given as 14 days. The information on the death certificate was provided by Frank Landis, which included that she was a housewife at home, a widow, and that she was 84 years, five months, and 4 days when she died. Her granddaughter, Kathleen, said that Grandma Landis' husband died when he was young and that she raised all of her children on her own. Grandma Landis had a produce garent and gave some of the Landis homestead to become a cemetery. It had been a produce garden.2,13 She is buried in the Forest Home Cemetery located in Salem Township, Hicksville, Defiance County, Ohio.[C]2,1
Forest Home Cemetery
Forest Home Cemetery. Old Section. Section 5, Row 1. Emily Hughes 1830-1945, Mary 1862-1863, Absalom 1826-1865.

Family

Absalom Landis b. 1826, d. 1865
Children

Citations

  1. [S911] Forest Home Cemetery, Defiance County, Ohio.
  2. [S516] Emily Hughes Landis, Ohio, Death Certificate, #14375.
  3. [S223] D. D. & W. H. Hughes, Hughes and Allied Families.
  4. [S803] 1900 U. S. Census, Defiance County, Ohio, population schedule, Hicksville Township, sheet 9, NARA.
  5. [S655] 1840 U. S. Census , Paulding County, Ohio,, Page 27, NARA.
  6. [S892] 1850 U.S. Census, Paulding County, Ohio population schedule, Crane Township, Page 183, NARA.
  7. [S74] 1860 U.S. Census, Defiance County, Ohio population schedule, Hicksville, Page 382, NARA.
  8. [S322] Ella Bricker's Obituary, 1926.
  9. [S803] 1900 U. S. Census, Defiance County, Ohio, population schedule, Hicksville Township, sheet 9, NARA.
  10. [S686] 1870 U. S. Census, Defiance County, Ohio population schedule, Hicksville, Page 107, NARA.
  11. [S112] 1880 U. S. Census, Defiance County, Ohio, poluation schedule, Hicksville, Page 164B, NARA.
  12. [S802] 1910 U. S. Census, Defiance County, Ohio, population schedule, Hicksville Township, sheet 12A, NARA.
  13. [S1020] Bricker Family History, November 2nd & 3rd, 2005. Copy in possession of Barbara J. Malloure.

Clara Piepenbrink1

F, b. 1876, d. 1951
FatherCarl Heinrich Friedrich Conrad Piepenbrink b. 17 Mar 1839, d. 1 May 1917
MotherMary Haseman b. 3 Sep 1840, d. 8 May 1916
     Clara Piepenbrink was born in 1876 in Indiana.2 She was the daughter of Carl Heinrich Friedrich Conrad Piepenbrink and Mary Haseman. 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 Clara Piepenbrink. She is four years old and was born in Indiana. Her father was born in Prussia and her mother in Maryland.3 ; Emma, Amelia, and Clara. Sisters.


     Clara Piepenbrink married Herman Scherman on 30 November 1897 in Fort Wayne, Allen County, Indiana.1,4,5 Clara Scherman survived the death of her father, Carl Heinrich Friedrich Conrad Piepenbrink, who died on 1 May 1917 in Fort Wayne, Allen County, Indiana.6 Clara Piepenbrink was living at Fort Wayne, Allen County, Indiana, at the time of the death of her sister, Emma Louise Kelley on 15 April 1948.7

     Clara Piepenbrink died in 1951.8

Family

Herman Scherman
Children

Citations

  1. [S3] Indiana, Allen County, Index to Marriage Record L-R, 1824-1920, online @ Ancestry.com. Ancestry.com.
  2. [S481] 1880 U. S. Census, Allen County, Indiana, poluation schedule, Ft. Wayne, Page 335B, NARA.
  3. [S481] 1880 U. S. Census, Allen County, Indiana, poluation schedule, Ft. Wayne, Page 335B, NARA.
  4. [S61] Fort Wayne Sentenil.
  5. [S1003] Family and friends of Charles and Mary Piepenbrink; Photograph. Copy in possession of Barbara J. Malloure, Clara Piepenbrink Schermann - daughter.
  6. [S48] Charles H. Piepenbrink obituary, May 1, 1917.
  7. [S191] Fort Wayne Journal-Gazette, Saturday, April 17, 1948.
  8. [S268] Letter, Hilda A. Scherman to Lucille Malloure, 26 January 1994. Family of Clara L. Piepenbrink Scherman. Clara L. Piepenbrink 1876 - 1951. Married Herman Scherman 1865 - 1942. Children Henry J. (Harry) 1899 - 1969, Hubert C. 1902 - 1979.

Crawford Arford1,2

M, b. 21 June 1826, d. 8 January 1885
FatherJacob W. Arford b. 31 Jan 1800, d. 8 Dec 1884
MotherRebecca Scott b. 12 Aug 1802, d. 7 Jul 1841
ChartsJoseph Clayton Malloure's Pedigree Chart
     Crawford Arford was born on 21 June 1826 in Pennsylvania.1,2,3,4 He was the son of Jacob W. Arford and Rebecca Scott. In the 1830 census in German Township, Fayette County, Pennsylvania, Crawford Arford is assumed to be enumerated with Jacob W. Arford.5 In 1831, Crawford Arford moved with his parents to Ohio; First they moved to Wayne County, Ohio, in the spring of 1831, and then to Tuscarawas County in 1839.6,7 In the 1840 census in Wayne Township, Tuscarawas County, Ohio, Crawford Arford is assumed to be enumerated with Jacob W. Arford.8

     Crawford Arford married Catherine Slater, daughter of Mary Slater, on 3 March 1850 in Tuscarawas County, Ohio.9,4 In the census of 13 November 1850 at Wayne Township, Tuscarawas County, Ohio, Crawford appeared in the household of Mary Slater. He is 24 years old, is working as a blacksmith, and was born in Pennsylvania. He has been married for less than a year.10 Their first child, Fremont, was born about 1851 in Ohio.2 Their second child, James S., was born about 1854 in Ohio.11 Their third child, Sanford S., was born in 1854 in Ohio.12 Their fourth child, Jacob Winfield, was born on 15 May 1855 in Ohio.13,14

     Between 1855 and 1856, Crawford and Catherine moved with their family to Indiana.15 Their fifth child, Josephine, was born in 1856 in Indiana.4,16 Their sixth child, John Scott, was born on 18 September 1858 in Odon, Daviess County, Indiana.17,1,3,18 In the census of 28 July 1860 at Madison Township, Daviess County, Indiana, Crawford Arford appears as a head of household which includes the following household members; Catherine Arford, Fremont Arford, Jacob Arford, Josephine Arford, John Arford and James S. Arford. He is 33 years old, a farmer, and was born in Pennsylvania. His real estate is valued at $200.19 Their seventh child, Ellsworth, was born circa 1862 in Indiana.20 Their eighth child, Lawrence, was born circa 1864 in Indiana.21 Their ninth child, Mary May, was born on 15 December 1865.3,4 Their tenth child, Clara M., was born on 31 March 1867 in Odon, Daviess County, Indiana.22,23

      In the census of 10 August 1870 in Madison Township, Daviess County, Indiana, Crawford Arford is listed as the head of household which included the following household members; Catherine Arford, Fremont Arford, Jacob W. Arford, Samual Arford, John S. Arford, Ellervonte Arford, Francis Arford and Clara M. Arford. He is 44 years old and was born in Pennsylvania. He is working as a farmer and has real property valued at $3000 and personal property valued at $3800.2 Their eleventh child, Stella, was born circa 1873 in Indiana.1 Crawford Arford survived the death of his wife, Catherine Slater, who died on 3 March 1879 in Daviess County, Indiana. In the census of 11 June 1880 at Madison Township, Daviess County, Indiana, Crawford Arford appears as a head of household. Living with him is, his sons, John S. Arford, Elsworth Arford and Lawrence Arford, his daughters, Clara M. Arford and Stella Arford. He is 54 years old, a farmer, and was again shown as being born in Pennsylvania. His father birth location is given as Maryland and his mother's as Pennsylvania.24

     Crawford Arford died on 8 January 1885 in Daviess County, Indiana, at age 58.3,4 He is buried in the Pleasant Hill Cemetery located in Madison Township, Daviess County, Indiana.[C]3,4

Family

Catherine Slater b. 10 Dec 1826, d. 3 Mar 1879
Children

Citations

  1. [S110] 1880 U. S. Census, Daviess County, Indiana, poluation schedule, Madison Township, Page 412D, NARA.
  2. [S91] 1870 U. S. Census, Daviess County, Indiana population schedule, Madison Township, Page 225b, NARA.
  3. [S769] Cemeteries of Daviess County, Indiana, Volume II, Compiled 1986 - 1988.
  4. [S828] Pleasant Hill Cemetery, Daviess County, Indiana.
  5. [S506] 1830 U. S. Census , Fayette County, Pennsylvania,, poluation schedule, German Township, Page 275, NARA.
  6. [S215] Goodspeed, History of Knox and Daviess Counties, Indiana.
  7. [S217] W. C. Scott, Crawford Scott and His Descendants.
  8. [S42] 1840 U.S. Census , Tuscarawas County, Ohio,, poluation schedule, Wayne Township, Page 398, NARA.
  9. [S616] 1850 U. S. Census, Tuscarawas County, Ohio population schedule, Wayne Township, Page 768, NARA.
  10. [S616] 1850 U. S. Census, Tuscarawas County, Ohio population schedule, Wayne Township, Page 768, NARA.
  11. [S674] 1860 U. S. Census, Daviess County, Indiana population schedule, Madison Township, Page 912, NARA.
  12. [S110] 1880 U. S. Census, Daviess County, Indiana, poluation schedule, Madison Township, Page 16, NARA.
  13. [S91] 1870 U. S. Census, Daviess County, Indiana population schedule, Madison Township, Page 225b, NARA.
  14. [S1001] Friends of IA GenWeb. Downloaded 5 July 2015, Grave Records of Pocahontas County, Iowa. Name: J. W. Arford, Birth Date: 1855, Death Date: 1905.
  15. [S674] 1860 U. S. Census, Daviess County, Indiana population schedule, Madison Township, Page 912, NARA.
  16. [S674] 1860 U. S. Census, Daviess County, Indiana population schedule, Madison Township, Page 912, NARA.
  17. [S331] John Scott Arford's obituary, December 3, 1915.
  18. [S235] Index to Death Records, Indiana, Martin Co., 1882-1920. Online at genealogy.com.
  19. [S674] 1860 U. S. Census, Daviess County, Indiana population schedule, Madison Township, Page 912, NARA.
  20. [S110] 1880 U. S. Census, Daviess County, Indiana, poluation schedule, Madison Township, Page 16 and 412D, NARA.
  21. [S110] 1880 U. S. Census, Daviess County, Indiana, poluation schedule, Madison Township, Page 16 and 412D, NARA.
  22. [S167] Clara M. Malloure, Missouri, Death Certificate, #43891-a.
  23. [S1078] Information submitted by various independent individuals., online @ www.findagrave.com.
  24. [S110] 1880 U. S. Census, Daviess County, Indiana, poluation schedule, Madison Township, Page 16 and 412D, NARA.
  25. [S91] 1870 U. S. Census, Daviess County, Indiana, NARA.

Mary Lukinsey Howard1,2

F, b. May 1849
     Mary Lukinsey Howard was born in May 1849 in Tennessee.1,3

     Mary Lukinsey Howard married Chrispen Holt, son of Doswell Holt and Mary Catherine Davis, on 1 February 1872 in Daviess County, Indiana.4,5 In the census of 23 June 1880 in Montague County, Texas, she is listed as the wife of Chrispen Holt. Her name appears as Mary Holt. She is 30 years old and was born in Tennessee. Her parents birth location is not given. She is married and keeping house.6 In the census of 10 July 1900 in Montague County, Texas, she is listed as the wife of Chrispen Holt. Her name appears as Mary L. Holt. She is 51 years old and was born in Tennessee, May 1849. She has been married for 28 years and nine of her 17 children are living.7

Family

Chrispen Holt b. c 1838, d. 1 Jul 1928
Children

Citations

  1. [S661] 1880 U. S. Census, Montague County, Texas, NARA.
  2. [S139] 1900 U. S. Census, Montague County, Texas, NARA.
  3. [S139] 1900 U. S. Census, Montague County, Texas, population schedule, Spanish Fort, Precinct No. 6, sheet 12, NARA.
  4. [S243] Indiana Works Progress Administration, Marriage Records, Indiana, Daviess County, Index, Chrispin Holt, Mary L. Howard, 01 Feb 1872. Source - Book 3, page 334.
  5. [S139] 1900 U. S. Census, Montague County, Texas, population schedule, Spanish Fort, Precinct No. 6, sheet 12, NARA.
  6. [S661] 1880 U. S. Census, Montague County, Texas, poluation schedule, Precinct 6, Page 471A, NARA.
  7. [S139] 1900 U. S. Census, Montague County, Texas, population schedule, Spanish Fort, Precinct No. 6, sheet 12, NARA.

Catharine Grey1,2,3

F, b. March 1790, d. 18 February 1875
ChartsKatheryn (Holt) Malloure's Pedigree Chart
     Catharine Grey was born in March 1790 in Pennsylvania.4,5,6,1,2,7 Another source indicates that Catharine Grey may have been born in 1796.

     Catharine Grey married Henry H. Holt. In 1809 their son, Doswell Holt, was born in Kentucky.5 Their second child, Henry B., was born circa 1811 in Tennessee.8 Their third child, James, was born on 15 August 1813 in Tennessee.5,9 Their fourth child, Crispen, was born on 1 January 1815. Their fifth child, Calvin, was born on 1 January 1818 in Campbell County, Tennessee.5,10 Their sixth child, Elizabeth, was born on 15 March 1819 in Tennessee.11,12 Their seventh child, Drury, was born circa 1820 in Tennessee.13,14 Their eighth child, John, was born on 11 March 1821.15 Their ninth child, Sarah, was born on 9 September 1824 in Campbell County, Tennessee.16,17,18,19 Their tenth child, Emberson, was born in 1825 in Tennessee.20 Their eleventh child, Anna, was born on 1 December 1828 in Tennessee.21,22 Their twelfth child, Margaret, was born circa 1830 in Tennessee.23,24 In the 1830 census in Campbell County, Tennessee, Catharine Grey is assumed to be enumerated with Henry H. Holt.24 Their thirteenth child, Susan, was born on 19 March 1832 in Tennessee.25 In the June 1840 census in an unknown place , Catharine Grey is assumed to be enumerated with Henry H. Holt.26 In the census of 16 September 1850 in McCameron Township, Martin County, Indiana, Catharine appears in the household of Henry H. Holt as Catherine Holt. She is 60 years old and was born in Pennsylvania. She can not read or write.27 In the McCameron Township, Martin County, Indiana census dated 11 July 1860, Catharine Grey, shown as Catharine Holt, is listed in the household of Henry H. Holt. She is 69 years old and was born in Pennsylvania. She can not read or write.28 In the census of 22 August 1870 in McCameron Township, Martin County, Indiana, Catharine appears in the household of Henry H. Holt as Catharine Holt. She is 81 years old and was born in Pennsylvania. She can not read or write.29

     Catharine Grey died on 18 February 1875 at age 84.7,5 She is buried Crane Naval Base, Holt Cemetery, McCameron Township, Martin County, Indiana.[C]5,7

Family

Henry H. Holt b. 12 May 1787, d. 28 Jul 1879
Children

Citations

  1. [S58] 1850 U. S. Census, Martin County, Indiana population schedule, McCameron Township, Page 14, NARA.
  2. [S80] 1860 U. S. Census, Martin County, Indiana population schedule, McCameron Township, Page 838, NARA.
  3. [S216] Harry Q. Holt, History of Martin County, Indiana.
  4. [S221] "Starling Holt's Father One of Early Settlers in Liberty Township."
  5. [S32] Holt Cemetery at the Crane Naval Surface Warfare.
  6. [S99] 1870 U. S. Census, Martin County, Indiana population schedule, McCameron Township, Page 352, NARA.
  7. [S671] Cemeteries at the Crane Naval Surface Warfare. Online at http://www.rootsweb.com/~inmartin/crane.htm
  8. [S1078] Information submitted by various independent individuals., online @ www.findagrave.com.
  9. [S80] 1860 U. S. Census, Martin County, Indiana population schedule, McCameron Township, Page 845, NARA.
  10. [S1051] Holt Researcher, e-mail to Barbara J. Malloure The Holt Family by Alfred Lewis Holt. Page 1. Calvin Holt was born Janaury 1, 1818. Phebe M. Wood was born July 25, 1824.
  11. [S99] 1870 U. S. Census, Martin County, Indiana population schedule, Brown Township, Page 279, NARA.
  12. [S170] Elizabeth Williams, Indiana, Death Certificate.
  13. [S58] 1850 U. S. Census, Martin County, Indiana population schedule, Brown Township, Page 33, stamped 17, NARA.
  14. [S91] 1870 U. S. Census, Daviess County, Indiana population schedule, Bogard Township, Page 180, NARA.
  15. [S712] Walker Cemetery, Lucas County, Iowa. Online at www.rootsweb.com/~ialucas/Main.htm.
  16. [S371] William Cullen Waggoner, Waggoner's: The first 300 Years in America.
  17. [S99] 1870 U. S. Census, Martin County, Indiana population schedule, McCameron Township, Page 354, NARA.
  18. [S58] 1850 U. S. Census, Martin County, Indiana population schedule, McCameron Township, Page 13, NARA.
  19. [S179] Sallie Ledgerwood, Indiana, Death Certificate.
  20. [S58] 1850 U. S. Census, Martin County, Indiana population schedule, McCameron Township, Page 14, NARA.
  21. [S99] 1870 U. S. Census, Martin County, Indiana population schedule, Brown Township, Page 279, NARA.
  22. [S165] Anna Woodruff, Indiana, Record of Death.
  23. [S50] 1850 U.S. Census, Daviess County, Indiana population schedule, Madison Township, Page 176, NARA.
  24. [S707] 1830 U. S. Census , Campbell County, Tennessee,, Page 216, NARA.
  25. [S99] 1870 U. S. Census, Martin County, Indiana population schedule, Brown Township, Page 279, NARA.
  26. [S663] 1840 U. S. Census , Martin County, Indiana,, Page 23, NARA.
  27. [S58] 1850 U. S. Census, Martin County, Indiana population schedule, McCameron Township, Page 14, NARA.
  28. [S80] 1860 U. S. Census, Martin County, Indiana population schedule, McCameron Township, Page 838, NARA.
  29. [S99] 1870 U. S. Census, Martin County, Indiana population schedule, McCameron Township, Page 352, NARA.
  30. [S93] 1870 U. S. Census, Greene County, Indiana, NARA.
  31. [S664] Henry H. Holt's Will, January 10, 1881. Copy in possession of Barbara J. Malloure.
  32. [S80] 1860 U. S. Census, Martin County, Indiana, NARA.
  33. [S99] 1870 U. S. Census, Martin County, Indiana, NARA.
  34. [S306] Early Probate Records Martin County, Indiana.
  35. [S50] 1850 U.S. Census, Daviess County, Indiana, NARA.

Drury Holt1

M, b. before 1765, d. 16 February 1835
FatherJohn Holt2
     It is unknown whose Drury Holt's father was. I am making the assumption that it is a John Holt, but many believe that it is Nathaniel Holt who married Abbigail Clanton. I haven't found definite proof either way, but lean towards John.

     Drury Holt was born before 1765.3,4 He was the son of John Holt.2

     Drury Holt married Elizabeth Rogers before 1780.5 Drury Holt is listed in the U. S. Military Records on 6 September 1782 at Elk Creek District, Montgomery County, Virginia. His names appears in a list along with Stephen Holt, John Gray, William Rogers, and Isham Wright. A similar list with the same individual has a notation stating "43 for Duty". Feadrick Holt appears in this list.6 He was shown on the 1787 tax list in Montgomery County, Virginia. His name appears as one who has been removed from the area and tax can no longer be collected. Other names that also appear are Stephen Holt, Doswell Rogers, Jr., and Thos Rogers, Sr..7 Drury Holt is recorded in Captain Thomas Amis Account Book in Hawkins County. 1788 is the first date of the account. Other names that appear in this account record are John Sims, 1787 and Joseph Rogers 1785.3

     Kentucky becomes a state.

     Knox County, Kentucky is created by act of legislation. He was shown on the 25 July 1807 tax list in Knox County, Kentucky. Dozwell and John Holt are also shown on this tax list. He is not on the 1806, 1805, and 1804 tax lists in Knox County, Kentucky.8

     On 23 November 1807 at Hawkins County, Tennessee, Drury Holt Purchased from William Nichols for $100, 50 acres of land described as beginning on the North bank of the Clinch River at two sugar trees and a spanish oak, north 56 poles to a black walnut, east 80 poles to a dogwood and spanish tree, north 55 poles, east 124 poles to a tree on the river bank, south 22 and west 40 poles to an elm tree on the river bank. It is signed in the presence of L. B. (?) Hawkins and (?) Gillenwaters. He was shown on the 11 July 1808 tax list in Knox County, Kentucky. Henry and Dozwell Holt are also shown as this tax list. Henry in July 11 and Dozwell on July 12.9 He was shown on the 12 July 1809 tax list in Knox County, Kentucky. Henry and Dozwell Holt are also listed in this tax list on July 13.10

     Drury Holt, shown as Drury Holt, was listed as the head of a family on the 1810 census Barbourville, Knox County, Kentucky. He is shown as over 45 years old and owns one slave. Also living with him is one unknown male between the age of 10 and 15, perhaps this is Henry H. Holt, who is 23 years old. Nearby is Doswell Holt, Drury's son and Joseph Ryan, Drury's son-in-law. Based on ages, it is possible that the following were also living in the household,Drury Holt, a free white male, under 10 years old, Elizabeth Rogers, a free white male, age 16 to 25 years old.4 During the Civil War, Drury Holt signed up with the Captain Thomas Laughlin's Company, Kentucky Mounted Volunteer Militia on 31 August 1813 at Newport, Kentucky. Enlisted with William L. Campbell and John Wright, among others. Expiration of service was November 13, 1813. He was a private in Capt. George W. Craig's Company, 7 Regiment (Taul's) Mounted Kentucky Volunteers. Inducted and discharged as Private. He is also listed in the Company Pay Roll, same dates. A note on the Muster Roll indicates that the company is entitled to pay for 10 days for traveling from Barboursville, in Knox County, to Newport, the place of rendezvous of the detachment, being 200 miles; also the same number of days for returning from Limestone, the place of discharge, to their place of residence, the same distance, one day being allowed for every 20 miles. Petitioned for compensation for a horse lost in the war.11,2,12 He ended military service on 3 November 1813 at Limestone, Mason County, Kentucky; He filed a claim for compensation for a horse lost in the War of 1812.11

     On 10 April 1814 at Knox County, Kentucky, Drury Holt 143 acres was surveyed for Drury Holt by virtue of a Knox Circuit Court Certificate No. 156 and bearing the date, Oct 5th 1813. Land surveyed for Doswell Holt and Nathaniel Osborn at the same time.13

     Drury Holt had land surveyed on 14 April 1814 at March Creek WaterCourse, Knox County, Kentucky, this was part of the Tellico Grants. The Tellico Series (Grants in southeast Kentucky) -- 590 surveys (This area was purchased from the Cherokee Indians in 1805. Under the Act of 1810, settlers meeting the six-month residency requirement could patent up to 200 acres of land by paying $40 per 100 acres. Due to errors in patent series assignments, a number of patents in the Tellico Series fall out of the Tellico Region.)14


     At Whitley County, Kentucky, was formed in 1818.

     Whitley County is cut from Knox County.

     Settlers petitioned the governor to lay off Whitley County from Knox County. The first meeting of Whitley County Court was held April 20, 1818.15 He was shown on the 1819 tax list in Water Course - Marsh Creek, Whitley County, Kentucky. 143 acres and shown as having one white male over 21, one black over 16 with a total of two blacks. Also owns six mares.16 He was shown on the 1820 tax list in Water Course - Marsh Creek, Whitley County, Kentucky. 143 acres with one white over 21, one black over 21 with the total number of blacks being two. Also owning one mare.16 Was granted 50 acres on the northeast of Clinch River for fifty shillings, signed Samuel Ashe, Commander-in-Chief, North Carolina.17

     Drury Holt, shown as Drury Holt, was listed as the head of a family on the 1820 census Whitley County, Kentucky. He is over 45 years old. There are no females over 45 living in his household and the only female listed in his household is between 10 and 16 years old. There is also one male between 26 and 45 and another between 16 and 26, which could be his son, Drury. The only other male not accounted for is Thomas Holt, who would be 35 years old at this time, but he was married in 1812, so assume that he is living elsewhere. Living nearby are William Rogers, Moses Parks, William Dugger, John Duncan, and Jacob Nicholas. Based on ages, it is possible that the following were also living in the household, Drury Holt, a free white male, age 16 to 26 years old, Jane Holt, a free white female, age 10 to 16 years old.18 According to court documents, dated 17 May 1819, Henry Holt bit the back part of the right ear of Samuel Ross on 13 March 1819. During the August 1820 court session, Samuel Ross is shown in a law suit vs. Drury Holt. The court record states that the appilee (Drury Holt) recovered all of his cost from the appilant (Samuel Ross).19 Drury Holt was shown on the 1821 tax list in Water Course - Marsh Creek, Whitley County, Kentucky. 143 acres and shows as having one white male over 21, one black over 16 with a total of two blacks. Also owns one mare.20 He was shown on the 1822 tax list in Water Course - Marsh Creek, Whitley County, Kentucky. Shows as Drury Holt Jr. with 143 acreas and as one white male over 21, one black over 16 with a total of two blacks and owning one mare.21 He was shown on the 1823 tax list in Water Course - Marsh Creek, Whitley County, Kentucky. 143 acreas.21 He was shown on the 1824 tax list in Water Course - Marsh Creek, Whitley County, Kentucky. 143 acreas and one white male over 21, one black over 16 with a total of two blacks and owning two horses.22

     On 5 July 1824 at Campbell County, Tennessee, Drury Holt Enters 50 acres of land on the head wates of Buffalow Creek, to include the improvement where on sd Holt now lives.23 He was shown on the 1826 tax list in Water Course - Marsh Creek, Whitley County, Kentucky. 143 acreas and one white male over 21, one black over 16 with a total of three blacks and owning one horse.24

     On 2 January 1826 at Campbell County, Tennessee, Drury Holt Enters 50 acres of land on the waters of Big Ponch ... to include an improvement. Entered 2 Jan 1826.23 He was shown on the 1827 tax list in Water Course - Marsh Creek, Whitley County, Kentucky. 143 acreas and one white male over 21, one black over 16 with a total of three blacks and owning one horse.24 He was shown on the 1828 tax list in Water Course - Marsh Creek, Whitley County, Kentucky. 143 acreas and one white male over 21, one black over 16 with a total of two blacks and owning one horse.25 He was shown on the 1829 tax list in Water Course - Marsh Creek, Whitley County, Kentucky. 143 acreas and one white male over 21, one black over 16 with a total of two blacks and owning one horse.26

     In the 1830 census at Whitley County, Kentucky, Drury Holt, shown as Drury Holt, was listed as a head of a family. He is between 70 and 80. Based on ages, it is possible that the following were also living in the household, Elizabeth Rogers, a female age 60 to 70 years old.27

     Drury Holt died on 16 February 1835 in Pine Knot Tavern, Whitley County, Kentucky, of Drury Holt's will reads: "We the undersigned subscriber state that we heard Drury Holt state in his lifetime and a short time previous to his death that at his death he wished all the property belonging to him to remain in profession of his wife during her material life and we believe him to be of sound mine when he made those statements and that he died by casualty, Feb. 16 1835. William Riddle, Gidian Gilbreath, Barton Gilbreath..2,28

          At McCreary County, Kentucky, was formed in 1912.

Family

Elizabeth Rogers b. bt 1759 - 1765, d. bt 1850 - 1 May 1852
Children

Citations

  1. [S262] John Holt, Holt Happenings Holts in Indiana in "RootsWeb Listserver - Holts," listserve message 28 Oct 1997.
  2. [S262] John Holt, Holt Happenings Holts in Indiana in "RootsWeb Listserver - Holts," listserve message 28 Oct 1997, His son Drury Holt I lived in Sequachie Valley in Hawkins Co., Tenn. and in Knox Co. Kentucky. His wife's maiden name was Rogers. He served in the War of 1812 as a private in Capt. George Craig's Compnay, 7th Regiment Mounted Kentucky Volunteers from August 31, 1812 to Nov. 2, 1812. He died at Pine Knot Tavern, Kentucky in 1854. Henry H. Holt and Drury Holt II, the Holt pioneers were his sons.
  3. [S843] Tennessee Records Miscellaneous Hawkins County. H. B. Stamps Library.
  4. [S704] 1810 U. S. Census , Knox County, Kentucky,, poluation schedule, Barbourville, Page 71, NARA.
  5. [S372] History of Texas.
  6. [S725] Judge C. W. Crush and Mrs. Frances Terry Ingmire, Montgomery County, Virginia: The First 100 years, pg: 101 and 102.
  7. [S724] Netti Schreiner - Yantis, Comprehensive Study, Montgomery County, Virigina, Circa 1790.
  8. [S705] Unknown cd2 Tax Lists, Knox County, Kentucky, Drury Holt, 1807.
  9. [S705] 1808 Tax Lists, Knox County, Kentucky, Dozwell Holt.
  10. [S705] 1809 Tax Lists, Knox County, Kentucky, Drury Holt.
  11. [S729] War of 1812 Service Records. Unverified data from the website: www.ancestry.com.
  12. [S220] Minnie S. Wilder, Soldiers of the War of 1812, Roll of Captian Thomas Laughlin's Compnay, Kentucky Mounted Volunteer, Date and Place of Muster. Newport, August 31, 1813. Drewry Holt, John Wright, William L. Campbell.
  13. [S835] Unknown compiler, Knox County Land Surveyed, Knox County surveyed for Drury Holt, 14 Apr 1814, document dated 5 Oct 1813.
  14. [S695] Willard Rouse Jillson, Kentucky Land Grants, Volume 1, Part 1, Book 2, Page 446, Chapter V Tellico Grants (1803-1853.
  15. [S830] Unknown compiler, History of Whitley County, Kentucky, pg 24: The settlers of what now is known as Whitley County petitioned the governor to lay off this county from Knox County.....The first meeting of the Whitley County Court held Monday April 20 1818.....Few records remian for the earliest court sessions, but at the May 11819 term, it was shown that Samuel Ross had the back part of his right ear bitten off in a fight withHenry Holt on March 13th.
  16. [S832] Unknown cd2 Tax Records, 1819 - 1850, Whitley County, Kentucky, Whitley County, Kentucky, Holt, Drury: 1819 - pg 8, entry 14, water course - Marsh Creek. 1820 - pg 8, entry 13, water course - Marsh C. 1825 (Holt, R.) - page 7, entry 14, water course - Marsh Creek. 1821 - (Holt, Drury Jr.) - pg 8, entry 15 - water course - Mash Cr., entered by Holt, D. 1822 - pg 8, entry 24, 143 acreas, water course - M. Creek, entered by Holt, Drury Jr.. 1823 - pg 8, entry 9, 143 acreas, water course - M. Creek, enteresd by Holt, Drury.
  17. [S695] Willard Rouse Jillson, Kentucky Land Grants.
  18. [S833] 1820 U. S. Census , Whitley County, Kentucky,, Page 124, NARA.
  19. [S830] Unknown compiler, History of Whitley County, Kentucky, pg 24: The settlers of what now is known as Whitley County petitioned the governor to lay off this county from Knox County.....The first meeting of the Whitley County Court held Monday April 20 1818.....Few records remian for the earliest court sessions, but at the May 17 1819 term, it was shown that Samuel Ross had the back part of his right ear bitten off in a fight with Henry Holt on March 13th.
  20. [S832] Unknown cd2 Tax Records, 1819 - 1850, Whitley County, Kentucky, Whitley County, Kentucky, Holt, Drury: 1819 - pg 8, entry 14, water course - Marsh Creek; 1820 - pg 8, entry 13, water course - Marsh C., 1825 (Holt, R.) - page 7, entry 14, water course - Marsh Creek; 1821 - (Holt, Drury Jr.) - pg 8, entry 15 - water course - Mash Cr., entered by Holt, D.; 1822 - pg 8, entry 24, 143 acreas, water course - M. Creek, entered by Holt, Drury Jr.; 1823 - pg 8, entry 9, 143 acreas, water course - M. Creek, enteresd by Holt, Drury.
  21. [S832] Unknown cd2 Tax Records, 1819 - 1850, Whitley County, Kentucky, Whitley County, Kentucky, Holt, Drury:
    1819 - pg 8, entry 14, water course - Marsh Creek;
    1820 - pg 8, entry 13, water course - Marsh C., 1825 (Holt, R.) - page 7, entry 14, water course - Marsh Creek;
    1821 - (Holt, Drury Jr.) - pg 8, entry 15 - water course - Mash Cr., entered by Holt, D.; 1822 - pg 8, entry 24, 143 acreas, water course - M. Creek, entered by Holt, Drury Jr.; 1823 - pg 8, entry 9, 143 acreas, water course - M. Creek, enteresd by Holt, Drury.
  22. [S832] Unknown cd2 Tax Records, 1819 - 1850, Whitley County, Kentucky, Whitley County, Kentucky, Drury Holt, 143 Whitly, Marsh Creek, white male over 21 (1), Blacks over 16 (1), Total Blacks (3), Total Mares (2).
  23. [S836] Joyce Martin Murray, Campbell County, Tennessee Land Entry Books.
  24. [S832] Unknown cd2 Tax Records, 1819 - 1850, Whitley County, Kentucky, Whitley County, Kentucky, Drury Holt, 143 Whitly, Marsh Creek, white male over 21 (1), Blacks over 16 (1), Total Blacks (3), Total Mares (1).
  25. [S832] Unknown cd2 Tax Records, 1819 - 1850, Whitley County, Kentucky, Whitley County, Kentucky, Drury Holt, 143 Whitly, Marsh Creek, white male over 21 (1), Blacks over 16 (1), Total Blacks (2), Total Horses (1).
  26. [S832] Unknown cd2 Tax Records, 1819 - 1850, Whitley County, Kentucky, Whitley County, Kentucky, Drury Holt, 143 Whitly, Marsh Creek, white male over 21 (1), Blacks over 16 (1), Total Blacks (2), Total Horse (1).
  27. [S834] 1830 U. S. Census , Whitley County, Kentucky,, Page 285, NARA.
  28. [S1075] Joseph Leisure and Related Families, online @ http://www.genealogy.com/ftm/b/r/i/Sabra-Caroline-Briere/…. Copy in possession of Barbara J. Malloure.
  29. [S676] 1850 U. S. Census, Rush County, Indiana, NARA.

Mary Ellng1,2

F, b. March 1871
     Mary Ellng was born in March 1871 in Indiana.

     Mary Ellng married Ernest J. Piepenbrink, son of Carl Heinrich Friedrich Conrad Piepenbrink and Mary Haseman, on 15 April 1891 in Fort Wayne, Allen County, Indiana.3,4 In the Adams Township, Allen County, Indiana census dated 8 June 1900, Mary Ellng, shown as Mary Peipenbrink, is listed in the household of Ernest Piepenbrink. She was born in March 1871 in Indiana and is 29 years old. She has been married for nine years and has had six children, 5 are still living.3 In the census of 20 April 1910 in Fort Wayne, Allen County, Indiana, she is listed as the wife of Ernest J. Piepenbrink. Her name appears as Mary Piepenbrink. She is 39 years old and was born in Indiana. Her parents were both born in Germany. She is the mother of ten children' eight that are still living.5

Family

Ernest J. Piepenbrink b. 10 Nov 1862, d. 22 May 1925
Children

Citations

  1. [S130] 1900 U. S. Census, Allen County, Indiana, NARA.
  2. [S244] Indiana Marriages, 1800-1941, online @ Ancestry.com.
  3. [S130] 1900 U. S. Census, Allen County, Indiana, population schedule, Adam T, sheet 2, NARA.
  4. [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.
  5. [S225] 1910 U. S. Census, Allen County, Indiana, population schedule, 8-wd, Fort Wayne, sheet 9A, page 77, NARA.
  6. [S870] Viewed on the Internet. Data unverified. http://www.acgsi.org/dath/pl.asp. Viewed 28 July 2012. Carl Piepenbrink, 21 Oct 1912, Fort Wayne. Father: Ernest, Mother: Mary Allwig.Burial: New Haven, Indiana.
  7. [S268] Letter, Hilda A. Scherman to Lucille Malloure, 26 January 1994. Piepenbrink Family History Sheets: Ernest J. Piepenbrink, November 10, 1862. Children, Carl, boy-stillborn, Ethel, Fern, Mildred, Wilford, Vernon, Ruth, Mary, Alice, Lucille, Nevada. (Birth, Death, and marriages listed on sheets.).

Henry H. Holt1,2,3,4

M, b. 12 May 1787, d. 28 July 1879
ChartsKatheryn (Holt) Malloure's Pedigree Chart
     Henry H. Holt was born on 12 May 1787 in Tennessee.2,4,1,3,5

     Henry H. Holt married Catharine Grey. Henry H. Holt was shown on the 11 July 1808 tax list in Knox County, Kentucky. Also listed was Drura Holt on July 11 and Dozwell Holt on July 12th. Henry Holt turned 21 years old this year and was not listed in the 1807 and 1806 tax list as Dozwell appeared in or in the 1805 or 1804 tax lists.6 In 1809 their son, Doswell Holt, was born in Kentucky.2 Henry H. Holt was shown on the 13 July 1809 tax list in Knox County, Kentucky. Also listed Drury Holt on July 12th and Dozwell Holt on July 13th.7 Henry was living in Sequatchie Valley, Sequatchie County, Tennessee. Southeast Tennessee's Sequatchie Valley is one of the most unique valleys in the world. One of only two "rift valleys," the other being the Great Victoria Valley in Africa. Over 125 miles long from the Tennessee River to Crossville, Sequatchie Valley never exceeds 5 miles in width and include Marion, Sequatchie, Bledsoe and Cumberland Counties. The Sequatchie River winds southward through the valley. Mining and agriculture being the primary mainstays of the region.8,9 Their second child, Henry B., was born circa 1811 in Tennessee.10 Their third child, James, was born on 15 August 1813 in Tennessee.2,11 Their fourth child, Crispen, was born on 1 January 1815. Their fifth child, Calvin, was born on 1 January 1818 in Campbell County, Tennessee.2,12

     Settlers petitioned the governor to lay off Whitley County from Knox County. The first meeting of Whitley County Court was held April 20, 1818.13 According to court documents, dated 17 May 1819, Henry Holt bit the back part of the right ear of Samuel Ross on 13 March 1819. During the August 1820 court session, Samuel Ross is shown in a law suit vs. Drury Holt.14,15 Their sixth child, Elizabeth, was born on 15 March 1819 in Tennessee.16,17
     Henry H. Holt bought ten acres at Jellico Creek, beginning at the large walnut and two junipers on the north side of the creek below his improvemnets then north 65 west 14 poles to a sugar tree near his spring . A second ten acre parcel on Jellico Creek beginning near his spring below his improvements then south 31 west 72 poles to a beach and sugar tree, then north 31 west 48 poles ... at Campbell County, Tennessee, from John Gray on 25 October 1819. $83 were paid for each parcels..18 Their seventh child, Drury, was born circa 1820 in Tennessee.19,20 Henry H. Holt was shown on the 1820 tax list in Campbell County, Tennessee. There were seven Militia Companies for Campbell County, Tennessee for the year 1820. The poll tax was paid by males aged 21 -50 years. Henry Holt is listed in the sixth company, 20 acres; 1 poll; 1 stud horse. Their eighth child, John, was born on 11 March 1821.21 Their ninth child, Sarah, was born on 9 September 1824 in Campbell County, Tennessee.22,23,24,25 Their tenth child, Emberson, was born in 1825 in Tennessee.26 Their eleventh child, Anna, was born on 1 December 1828 in Tennessee.27,28 M1 = description of property M2 = any other information or explanations about the transaction M3 = where (and when) the deed was proven; granted 150 acres south of the Walker's line.29 Their twelfth child, Margaret, was born circa 1830 in Tennessee.30,31

     Surveying error and land previous thought to be in Whitley County, Kentucky is now discovered to be in Campbell County, Tennessee, near the town of Jellico.32

     In the 1830 census at Campbell County, Tennessee, Henry H. Holt, shown as Henry Holt, was listed as a head of a family. He is between forty and firty and living near Joseph Ryan and Dennis Trammel. Based on ages, it is possible that the following were also living in the household, Drury Holt and Emberson Holt, males, age five to ten years old, Crispen Holt, Calvin Holt and John Holt, males age 10 to 15 years old, James Holt and Henry B. Holt, males, age 15 to 20 years old, Anna Holt, Sarah Holt and Margaret Holt, a female under 5 years old, Elizabeth Holt, a female age 5 to 10 years of age, Catharine Grey, a female age 40 to 50 years old.33 Their thirteenth child, Susan, was born on 19 March 1832 in Tennessee.34 Henry H. Holt was living nearby when Pleasant Bowman recorded land, (an unknown value) on 12 March 1836 at Martin County, Indiana.35 M1 = description of property M2 = any other information or explanations about the transaction M3 = where (and when) the deed was proven.35 Henry H. Holt was living nearby when Pleasant Bowman recorded land, (an unknown value) on 30 January 1837 at Martin County, Indiana.35 M1 = description of property M2 = any other information or explanations about the transaction M3 = where (and when) the deed was proven.35 Henry H. Holt was living nearby when James Holt recorded land, SE-NW-S28 on 24 August 1837 at Martin County, Indiana.35 Henry H. Holt was living nearby when Doswell Holt recorded land, (an unknown value) on 21 September 1837 at Martin County, Indiana.35 Henry H. Holt is shown as Guardian of Andrew Holt in the estate of Andrew Holt in April 1838 at Martin County, Indiana; Henry Holt, Guardian of Andrew Holt, gave cash $4.70.36 Henry H. Holt was living nearby when John Grayson Edmondson recorded land, Living nearby are Henry Holt, Calvin Holt, Doswell Holt, and James Holt. on 30 September 1839 at Martin County, Indiana.37

     Henry H. Holt, shown as Henry Holt senior, was listed as a head of a family on the 1840 census Martin County, Tennessee. He has 11 members in his household, including one unknown male between 15 and 20 years old. Four are working in agriculture. Henry is between 50-60 years old and he is living near his sons Doswell Holt, Henry Holt, and James Holt. Based on ages, it is possible that the following were also in this household, Emberson Holt, a male age 10 to 15 years old, Drury Holt, John Holt and Calvin Holt, males, age 15 to 20 years old, Susan Holt and Margaret Holt, females age 5 to 10 years of age, Sarah Holt and Anna Holt, females age 10 to 15 years old, Elizabeth Holt, a female age 20 to 30 years old, Catharine Grey, a female age 50 to 60 years old.38
     Henry H. Holt sold (an unknown value) at Campbell County, Tennessee, to Doswell Holt on 25 September 1841.39 Henry H. Holt is listed as Administrator of the estate of Crispen Holt on 4 August 1843 at Martin County, Indiana; Henry Hatch is shown as guardian of Andrew Holt, minor heir.40 The Burns City Christian Church in Martin County, Indiana was started in 1845 when Pleasant Bowman, Henry Holt, and John Williams were deeded one-acre land by Catherine Keck to be used for religious purpose.
     Henry H. Holt sold land at Roaring Creek on Cumberland River at Campbell County, Tennessee, to James Chitwood on 3 November 1847. The land was sold for $15. Henry Holt was from Martin County, Indiana.41 In the census of 16 September 1850 at McCameron Township, Martin County, Indiana, Henry H. Holt, shown as Henry Holt, is listed as the head of a household which includes the following household member; Catharine Grey. He is 63 years old, a farmer, and was born in Tennessee. His real estate is valued at $1000 and he can not read or write. He is living next to his sons, Doswell, Emberson, and Calvin.42 In the census of 11 July 1860 at McCameron Township, Martin County, Indiana, Henry H. Holt, shown as Henry Holt, appears as a head of a household which include the following household member; Catharine Grey. He is 72 years old, a farmer, and was born in Tennessee. His real estate is valued at $200 and his personal estate at $500. He can not read or write.43

     On 12 April 1866 at Martin County, Indiana, Henry H. Holt Sold to Henry Holt from Calvin Holt, 22 acres location given as W. side NW NE, Section 33, Township 5, Range 4. Warrant issued 22 Nov. 1860.44 In the census of 22 August 1870 in McCameron Township, Martin County, Indiana, Henry H. Holt, shown as Henry Holt, is listed as the head of household which included the following household members; Catharine Grey and Rebecca A. Holt. He is 83 years old and was born in Tennessee. His real estate value is $2000 and personal value $300. He can not read or write.45

     Henry H. Holt died on 28 July 1879 in McCameron Township, Martin County, Indiana, at age 92.5,2 He was survived by his children Drury, Elizabeth Williams, Sarah Ledgerwood, Susan Sims, and Ann Woodruff. His son Doswell Holt, preceded him in death, but Doswell's children were still living; Henry, Crispin, James, Calvin, Catharine Osborn, and George Holt.46 He is buried in the Crane Naval Base - Holt Cemetery located in Martin County, Indiana.[C]2

Family

Catharine Grey b. Mar 1790, d. 18 Feb 1875
Children

Citations

  1. [S58] 1850 U. S. Census, Martin County, Indiana population schedule, McCameron Township, Page 14, NARA.
  2. [S32] Holt Cemetery at the Crane Naval Surface Warfare.
  3. [S80] 1860 U. S. Census, Martin County, Indiana population schedule, McCameron Township, Page 838, NARA.
  4. [S99] 1870 U. S. Census, Martin County, Indiana population schedule, McCameron Township, Page 352, NARA.
  5. [S671] Cemeteries at the Crane Naval Surface Warfare. Online at http://www.rootsweb.com/~inmartin/crane.htm
  6. [S705] Unknown cd2 Tax Lists, Knox County, Kentucky, Henry Holt, 1808.
  7. [S705] 1809 Tax Lists, Knox County, Kentucky, Henry Holt.
  8. [S216] Harry Q. Holt, History of Martin County, Indiana.
  9. [S682] The Sequatchie Valley, online @ http://www.rosemorgan.com/local_info.htm
  10. [S1078] Information submitted by various independent individuals., online @ www.findagrave.com.
  11. [S80] 1860 U. S. Census, Martin County, Indiana population schedule, McCameron Township, Page 845, NARA.
  12. [S1051] Holt Researcher, e-mail to Barbara J. Malloure The Holt Family by Alfred Lewis Holt. Page 1. Calvin Holt was born Janaury 1, 1818. Phebe M. Wood was born July 25, 1824.
  13. [S830] Unknown compiler, History of Whitley County, Kentucky, pg 24: The settlers of what now is known as Whitley County petitioned the governor to lay off this county from Knox County.....The first meeting of the Whitley County Court held Monday April 20 1818.....Few records remian for the earliest court sessions, but at the May 11819 term, it was shown that Samuel Ross had the back part of his right ear bitten off in a fight withHenry Holt on March 13th.
  14. [S830] Unknown compiler, History of Whitley County, Kentucky, pg 24: The settlers of what now is known as Whitley County petitioned the governor to lay off this county from Knox County.....The first meeting of the Whitley County Court held Monday April 20 1818.....Few records remian for the earliest court sessions, but at the May 17 1819 term, it was shown that Samuel Ross had the back part of his right ear bitten off in a fight with Henry Holt on March 13th.
  15. [S834] 1830 U. S. Census , Whitley County, Kentucky,, Page 285|M19_42, NARA.
  16. [S99] 1870 U. S. Census, Martin County, Indiana population schedule, Brown Township, Page 279, NARA.
  17. [S170] Elizabeth Williams, Indiana, Death Certificate.
  18. [S717] Paul W. Lemasters, Campbell County, TN, Deeds 1806-1831.
  19. [S58] 1850 U. S. Census, Martin County, Indiana population schedule, Brown Township, Page 33, stamped 17, NARA.
  20. [S91] 1870 U. S. Census, Daviess County, Indiana population schedule, Bogard Township, Page 180, NARA.
  21. [S712] Walker Cemetery, Lucas County, Iowa. Online at www.rootsweb.com/~ialucas/Main.htm.
  22. [S371] William Cullen Waggoner, Waggoner's: The first 300 Years in America.
  23. [S99] 1870 U. S. Census, Martin County, Indiana population schedule, McCameron Township, Page 354, NARA.
  24. [S58] 1850 U. S. Census, Martin County, Indiana population schedule, McCameron Township, Page 13, NARA.
  25. [S179] Sallie Ledgerwood, Indiana, Death Certificate.
  26. [S58] 1850 U. S. Census, Martin County, Indiana population schedule, McCameron Township, Page 14, NARA.
  27. [S99] 1870 U. S. Census, Martin County, Indiana population schedule, Brown Township, Page 279, NARA.
  28. [S165] Anna Woodruff, Indiana, Record of Death.
  29. [S695] Willard Rouse Jillson, Kentucky Land Grants, Volume 1, Part 1, Book 2, Page 919, Chapter VIII Grants south of Walker's line (1825-1923).
  30. [S50] 1850 U.S. Census, Daviess County, Indiana population schedule, Madison Township, Page 176, NARA.
  31. [S707] 1830 U. S. Census , Campbell County, Tennessee,, Page 216, NARA.
  32. [S740] Researcher, e-mail to Barb Malloure, January 2000. Henry H. Holt obtained a land grant in Kentucky on Roaring Paunch Creek. However, after a surveying error was discovered, the grant fell into Campbell County, TN near the town of Jellico.
  33. [S707] 1830 U. S. Census , Campbell County, Tennessee,, Page 216, NARA.
  34. [S99] 1870 U. S. Census, Martin County, Indiana population schedule, Brown Township, Page 279, NARA.
  35. [S719] Margaret R. Waters, Indiana Land Enties, Vincennes District.
  36. [S792] Probate Record Book 1, pg. 99: Henry Holt, Guan of Ande Holt, cash given $4.70 (April 1938).
  37. [S975] SaundraCarr26, Edmondon in "Ancestry Message Boards - Edmondon," listserve message 29 April 2002, pg. 183: John Grayson Edmondson* SW-NW-S25; 9-1-39.
  38. [S663] 1840 U. S. Census , Martin County, Indiana,, Page 23, NARA.
  39. [S797] Deeds: Campbell County, Tennesee, Grantee & Grantor One, Bureau of Land Management, General Land Office Records.
  40. [S306] Early Probate Records Martin County, Indiana, Page 96: Holt, Crispin. Henry Holt, Adm. Bond 26 Sept. 1838. Jane Holt, widow. 4 August 1843 - Report from Doswell Holt. Henry Hatch, guardian of Andrew Holt, minor heir of Crispin Holt, deceased. Andrew about sixteen (16) years old and now lives in Greene County with his stepfather, James Isom. Crispin Holt heir: 18 December 1853 - citation to Henry Holt, Sr. to appear regarding guardinaship of Andrew Holt. 7 January 1859 - Henry Holt report - his ward, Andrew Holt has reached majority and full account made to him. Receipt dated 29 December 1858 signed by Andrew Holt as heir of Crispin Holt; he, Andrew, received inheritance.
  41. [S716] Campbell County, Tennessee Deed - Henry H. Holt to James L. Chitwood, Campbell County, Tennessee, Book K, Page 279.
  42. [S58] 1850 U. S. Census, Martin County, Indiana population schedule, McCameron Township, Page 14, NARA.
  43. [S80] 1860 U. S. Census, Martin County, Indiana population schedule, McCameron Township, Page 838, NARA.
  44. [S883] Deeds: Martin County, Indiana, General Index of Deeds: Henry Holt, Source given as Book 15, page 281., Bureau of Land Management, General Land Office Records.
  45. [S99] 1870 U. S. Census, Martin County, Indiana population schedule, McCameron Township, Page 352, NARA.
  46. [S664] Henry H. Holt's Will, January 10, 1881. Copy in possession of Barbara J. Malloure.
  47. [S93] 1870 U. S. Census, Greene County, Indiana, NARA.
  48. [S80] 1860 U. S. Census, Martin County, Indiana, NARA.
  49. [S221] "Starling Holt's Father One of Early Settlers in Liberty Township."
  50. [S306] Early Probate Records Martin County, Indiana.
  51. [S50] 1850 U.S. Census, Daviess County, Indiana, NARA.

Herman Scherman1

M
     Herman Scherman married Clara Piepenbrink, daughter of Carl Heinrich Friedrich Conrad Piepenbrink and Mary Haseman, on 30 November 1897 in Fort Wayne, Allen County, Indiana.1,2,3

Family

Clara Piepenbrink b. 1876, d. 1951
Children

Citations

  1. [S3] Indiana, Allen County, Index to Marriage Record L-R, 1824-1920, online @ Ancestry.com. Ancestry.com.
  2. [S61] Fort Wayne Sentenil.
  3. [S1003] Family and friends of Charles and Mary Piepenbrink; Photograph. Copy in possession of Barbara J. Malloure, Clara Piepenbrink Schermann - daughter.
  4. [S268] Letter, Hilda A. Scherman to Lucille Malloure, 26 January 1994. Family of Clara L. Piepenbrink Scherman. Clara L. Piepenbrink 1876 - 1951. Married Herman Scherman 1865 - 1942. Children Henry J. (Harry) 1899 - 1969, Hubert C. 1902 - 1979.

John Haseman1

M, b. before 1825, d. before 1850
     John Haseman was also known as Jacob Hasmann.2,3

     John Haseman was born before 1825.

     John Haseman married Sophia Brantmeyer before September 1841.

     John Haseman died before 1850.

Family

Sophia Brantmeyer b. b 1825, d. Nov 1893
Children

Citations

  1. [S871] Mary Piepenbrink, Indiana, Death Certificate.
  2. [S285] Letter, Afton Bricker to Barb Malloure, about 1981.
  3. [S268] Letter, Hilda A. Scherman to Lucille Malloure, 26 January 1994. Ernest Piepenbrink 2/20/1802.

Sophia Brantmeyer1

F, b. before 1825, d. November 1893
     Sophia Brantmeyer was born before 1825 in Germany.

     Sophia Brantmeyer married first John Haseman before September 1841.

     Sophia Brantmeyer married Henry Stellhorn between 1843 and 1845.2,3 In the census of 21 September 1850 in 45th District, Preston County, Virginia, Sophia appears in the household of Henry Stellhorn as Sophia Stillhorn. She is 37 years old and was born in Germany.2 In the census of 26 June 1860 in Adams Township, Allen County, Indiana, Sophia appears in the household of Henry Stellhorn as Sophia Stellhorn. She is 49 years old and was born in Bavaria.4

     Sophia Brantmeyer died in November 1893.5 She is buried in the Lindenwood Cemetery located in Fort Wayne, Allen County, Michigan.[C]5

Family 1

John Haseman b. b 1825, d. b 1850
Children

Family 2

Henry Stellhorn b. 1816
Children

Citations

  1. [S871] Mary Piepenbrink, Indiana, Death Certificate.
  2. [S1006] 1850 U. S. Census, Preston County, Virginia population schedule, Preston, NARA.
  3. [S268] Letter, Hilda A. Scherman to Lucille Malloure, 26 January 1994. Ernest Piepenbrink 2/20/1802.
  4. [S71] 1860 U.S. Census, Allen County, Indiana population schedule, Adams, NARA.
  5. [S268] Letter, Hilda A. Scherman to Lucille Malloure, 26 January 1994. Sheet of paper listing thoses buried in Lindenwood Cemetery. Section D, Plot 75, 8 graves.
  6. [S1006] 1850 U. S. Census, Preston County, Virginia population schedule, Preston, NARA.

Wilson Scott1,2,3,4

M, b. August 1831, d. 16 January 1912
FatherThomas Scott II4 b. 28 Jul 1789, d. 21 Dec 1870
MotherIsabelle Carlisle4 b. 18 Jul 1789, d. 20 Apr 1862
     Wilson Scott was born in August 1831 in Union Township, Carroll County, Ohio.5,6 He was the son of Thomas Scott II and Isabelle Carlisle.4 In the 1840 census in Monroe Township, Carroll County, Ohio, Wilson Scott is assumed to be enumerated with Thomas Scott II; assumption.7 In the Monroe Township, Carroll County, Ohio census dated 29 July 1850, Wilson Scott, shown as (an unknown value), is listed in the household of Thomas Scott II. He is 18 years old, a farmer, and was born in Ohio.8 In the Monroe Township, Carroll County, Ohio census dated 29 July 1850, Wilson Scott, shown as (an unknown value), is listed in the household of Thomas Scott II. He is 18 years old, a farmer, and was born in Ohio.8

     Wilson Scott married Elizabeth A. McClintock on 21 October 1857.6,9 Reminder - Pick a Role; He is 37 yers old, a farmer with personal property of $600. He was born in Ohio and living next to Thomas Scott, age 80.10 Reminder - Pick a Role; Wilson, age 48, is a farmer and was born in Ohio. His parents were born in Ireland. He is living next to his sisters Sarah and Mary J. Scott. Wilson Scott survived the death of his brother, William Carlisle Scott IV, who died on 8 June 1905.2

     Wilson Scott died on 16 January 1912 in Monroe Township, Carroll County, Ohio, at age 80.6,11 He is buried Scott (New) Cemetery, Carroll County, Ohio.[C]6

Family

Elizabeth A. McClintock b. Jul 1831, d. 11 Aug 1906
Children

Citations

  1. [S341] William C. Scott obituary, 1905.
  2. [S524] Newspapers from Carroll County, Ohio.
  3. [S47] 1850 Census - Carroll County, Ohio, Carroll County, Ohio population schedule, Monroe Township, Page 41, NARA.
  4. [S751] Scott Researcher, e-mail to Barb Malloure, 1998 through 2001. Carroll and Harrison Counties, page 953: Wilson Scott ..... He was a son of Thomas and Isabelle (Carlisle) Scott, who were natives of Scotland and who were numbered among the prioneer settlers of what is now Carroll County.
  5. [S47] 1850 Census - Carroll County, Ohio, Carroll County, Ohio population schedule, Monroe Township, Page 41, NARA.
  6. [S529] Unknown compiler, Carroll County cemeteries, Scott Burials in New Scott Cemetery:Scott, Wilson 1831-1912, wf Eliz. McClintock 1831-1906.
  7. [S507] 1840 U. S. Census , Carroll County, Ohio,, poluation schedule, Monroe Township, Page 242, NARA.
  8. [S47] 1850 Census - Carroll County, Ohio, Carroll County, Ohio population schedule, Monroe Township, Page 41, NARA.
  9. [S542] Carroll County Genealogical Society, Marriage Records: Ohio, Carroll County, 1833 - 1849.
  10. [S527] 1870 U. S. Census, Carroll County, Ohio population schedule, Monroe Township, Page 126, NARA.
  11. [S751] Scott Researcher, e-mail to Barb Malloure, 1998 through 2001. Wilson Scott came into full possession of the old home farm .... unitl his death, which occurred January ?? 1912, his wife having passed away August ?? 1906. They became the parents of two sons and three daughters, all of whom are living.
  12. [S527] 1870 U. S. Census, Carroll County, Ohio population schedule, Monroe Township, Page 126, NARA.
  13. [S526] 1880 U. S. Census, Carroll County, Ohio, poluation schedule, Monroe Township, Page 127D, NARA.
  14. [S526] 1880 U. S. Census, Carroll County, Ohio, poluation schedule, Monroe Township, Page 127D, NARA.
  15. [S751] Scott Researcher, e-mail to Barb Malloure, 1998 through 2001. Carroll and Harrison Counties, page 953: John Loman Scott was born September 8, 1871, a son of Wilson and Elizabeth Ante (Mc Clintock) Scott. On the same ancestral homestead farm Wilson Scott was born and reared and here he passed his entire life.

Jabez Winship1

M
     Jabez Winship married Hannah Forsythe.1 Jabez Winship lived with Lavina Winship before 1805 at Connecticut.1

Family

Hannah Forsythe
Child

Citations

  1. [S363] Charles N. Thompson, Sons of the Wilderness.

Robert Lee1

M, b. 1776, d. 23 November 1829
FatherWilliam F. Lee1 b. 23 Jan 1741, d. 21 Feb 1807
MotherCathren Ross1 b. 1739/40, d. 1793
     Robert Lee was born in 1776 in Morgan, Washington County, Pennsylvania.1 He was the son of William F. Lee and Cathren Ross.1

     Robert Lee married Mary Jack on 13 December 1806.1

     Robert Lee died on 23 November 1829 in Warren County, Ohio.1

Family

Mary Jack

Citations

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

Martin Bair1,2,3,4

M, b. 16 February 1816, d. 5 December 1900
FatherDaniel Bear4 b. b 1800
     Martin Bair was also known as Martin Bare.5,6 Martin Bair was also known as Martin Bear.7

     Martin Bair was born on 16 February 1816 in Pennsylvania.7 He was the son of Daniel Bear.4

     Martin Bair married Susanna Gilbert, daughter of Mr. Gilbert and Martha, before 1836.3 In January 1838 their son, Charles Bare, was born in Ohio.1,8 In 1840 their son, Martin V. B. Bare, was born.1

     Martin Bair, shown as Martin Bare, was listed as a head of a family on the 1840 census Bazetta Township, Trumbull County, Ohio. He is between 30 and 40 years old and living next to Henry Gilbert, who is between 40 and 50 years old. Based on ages, it is possible that the following were also in this household, Charles Bare and Daniel Bair, males under 5 years old, Susanna Gilbert, a female age 20 to 30 years old.5 On 11 November 1841 their daughter, Mary Ann Bair, was born in Warren, Trumbull County, Ohio.9,3,10,11 On 11 September 1844 their son, John Bare, was born in Trumbell County, Ohio.1,12,2 In the census of 3 August 1850 at Bazetta Township, Trumbull County, Ohio, Martin Bair, shown as Martin Bear, is listed as a head of household which includes the following household members; Susanna Bair, Charles Bare, Daniel Bair, Mary Ann Bair and John Bare. He was 34 years old, a farmer, and was born in Pennsylvania. Also living with this household is Maria Clay, age 20, who was also born in Ohio.13 In 1855, Martin Bair and Susanna Gilbert moved to Hicksville, Defiance County, Ohio.1 In the census of 14 June 1860 at Springfield Township, Allen County, Indiana, Martin Bair, shown as Martin Bare, appears as a head of household which includes the following household members; Susanna Gilbert, John Bare, Daniel Bair and Christian Gilbert. He is 46 years old and was born in Pennsylvania. His real estate is valued at $1000 and his personal estate at $300. Living in his household is also a Christian Gilbert, age 31, working as a servant and Margaret Witsel, age 9. Christian, could possiblity be a relative of Susan's, having the same last name.14 Martin Bair and Susanna Gilbert were divorced circa 1860.15,16

     Martin Bair's second wife was Mary E. They married after 1860.17 In the census of 28 June 1880 at Hicksville, Defiance County, Ohio, Martin Bair, shown as Martin Bare, appears as a head of household. Living with him is his wife, Mary E., his daughter, Eliza J. Bair. He is 63 years old, working in a sawmill, and was born in Pennsylvania, as were his parents.18 In the census of 7 June 1900 in Hicksville Township, Defiance County, Ohio, Martin Bair, shown as Martin Bear, appears as a head of household, which include his wife, Mary E.. He is 84 years old and was born in Pennsylvania, as were his parents. He was born in February, 1816, and has has been married for 40 years.19

     Martin Bair died on 5 December 1900 at age 84. He is buried in the Forest Home Cemetery located in Salem Township, Hicksville, Defiance County, Ohio.[C]2

Family 1

Susanna Gilbert b. 15 May 1816, d. 13 Feb 1895
Children

Family 2

Mary E. b. May 1844
Child

Citations

  1. [S330] John Bare Obituary, 1908.
  2. [S911] Forest Home Cemetery, Defiance County, Ohio.
  3. [S178] Mary Ann Bricker, Ohio, Death Certificate, ##27602.
  4. [S55] J. H. Beers & Co., Biographical Record of Northwestern Ohio.
  5. [S312] 1840 U. S. Census , Trumbull County, Ohio,, poluation schedule, Bazella Township, Page 25, NARA.
  6. [S112] 1880 U. S. Census, Defiance County, Ohio, poluation schedule, Hicksville, Page 187C, NARA.
  7. [S803] 1900 U. S. Census, Defiance County, Ohio, population schedule, 2-WD, Hicksville Township, sheet 5A, NARA.
  8. [S803] 1900 U. S. Census, Defiance County, Ohio, population schedule, Hicksville Township, sheet sheet 16B, NARA.
  9. [S182] William Henry Bricker, Ohio, Death Certificate, #33968.
  10. [S517] D. Frank Bricker, Ohio, Death Certificate, ##31023.
  11. [S16] St. Jacob's Cemetery, Columbiana County, Ohio.
  12. [S803] 1900 U. S. Census, Defiance County, Ohio, population schedule, Hicksville Township, sheet 8A, Page 155, NARA.
  13. [S197] 1850 U. S. Census, Trumbull County, Ohio population schedule, Bazetta Township, Page 446, NARA.
  14. [S71] 1860 U.S. Census, Allen County, Indiana population schedule, Springfield Township, Page 469, NARA.
  15. [S112] 1880 U. S. Census, Defiance County, Ohio, poluation schedule, Hicksville, Page 177D, NARA.
  16. [S803] 1900 U. S. Census, Defiance County, Ohio, population schedule, 2-WD, Hicksville Township, sheet 5A, NARA.
  17. [S803] 1900 U. S. Census, Defiance County, Ohio, population schedule, 2-WD, Hicksville Township, sheet 5A, NARA.
  18. [S112] 1880 U. S. Census, Defiance County, Ohio, poluation schedule, Hicksville, Page 187C, NARA.
  19. [S803] 1900 U. S. Census, Defiance County, Ohio, population schedule, 2-WD, Hicksville Township, sheet 5A, NARA.
  20. [S71] 1860 U.S. Census, Allen County, Indiana population schedule, Springfield Township, Page 469, NARA.
  21. [S747] Civil War Research Database. Unverified data from the website: www.ancestry.com.
  22. [S112] 1880 U. S. Census, Defiance County, Ohio, poluation schedule, Hicksville, Page 187C, NARA.

Sarah Abbe

F, b. circa 1639/40
FatherJohn Abbe b. c 1613, d. 1688/89
MotherMary b. c 1614/15, d. 9 Sep 1672
     Sarah Abbe was born circa 1639/40 in Massachusetts. She was the daughter of John Abbe and Mary.

Sarah A. Landis1

F, b. circa 1832
FatherDavid Landis b. c 1801
MotherMary b. c 1798
     Sarah A. Landis was born circa 1832 in Ohio. She was the daughter of David Landis and Mary. In 1835, Sarah A. Landis moved with her parents to Defiance County, Ohio.2 In the 1840 census in an unknown place , Sarah A. Landis is assumed to be enumerated with David Landis.3 In the census of 24 August 1850 in Hicksville, Defiance County, Ohio, Sarah appears in the household of David Landis.1

Citations

  1. [S52] 1850 U. S. Census, Defiance County, Ohio population schedule, Hicksville Township, Page 88, written page 177, NARA.
  2. [S113] Obituary, 1912.
  3. [S655] 1840 U. S. Census , Paulding County, Ohio,, poluation schedule, Crane Township, Page 27, NARA.

Ruth Scott1,2

F, b. 2 September 1806, d. 16 October 1885
FatherCrawford Scott II1,3 b. 1767, d. 6 Sep 1844
MotherMary Barnes3 b. 1775, d. 12 May 1845
     Ruth Scott was born on 2 September 1806 in German Township, Fayette County, Pennsylvania.4,5,6,1 She was the daughter of Crawford Scott II and Mary Barnes.1,3 In the 1810 census in German Township, Fayette County, Pennsylvania, Ruth Scott is assumed to be enumerated with Crawford Scott II; assumption.7 In the 1820 census in Luzerne Township, Fayette County, Pennsylvania, Ruth Scott is assumed to be enumerated with Crawford Scott II.8 In the 1830 census in an unknown place , Ruth Scott is assumed to be enumerated with Crawford Scott II; assumption.9 Ruth was living in Carroll County, Ohio.10

     Ruth Scott married William Scott II, son of William Scott and Susannah Long, on 7 March 1839 in Carroll County, Ohio.11,1,10,12 In the 1840 census in Monroe Township, Carroll County, Ohio, Ruth Scott is assumed to be enumerated with William Scott II; assumption.13 In the Monroe Township, Carroll County, Ohio census dated 29 July 1850, Ruth Scott, shown as R. Scott, is listed in the household of William Scott II. She is 43 years old and was born in Pennsylvania.14 In the Monroe Township, Carroll County, Ohio census dated 29 July 1850, Ruth Scott, shown as R. Scott, is listed in the household of William Scott II. She is 43 years old and was born in Pennsylvania.14 In the Monroe Township, Carroll County, Ohio census dated 25 June 1860, Ruth Scott, shown as Ruth Scott, is listed in the household of William Scott II. She is 30 years old and was born in Pennsylvania.15 In the Monroe Township, Carroll County, Ohio census dated 25 June 1860, Ruth Scott, shown as Ruth Scott, is listed in the household of William Scott II. She is 30 years old and was born in Pennsylvania.15 In the Monroe Township, Carroll County, Ohio census dated 29 June 1870, Ruth Scott, shown as (an unknown value), is listed in the household of an unknown person . She is 54 years old, born in Pennsylvania, and is keeping house. In the Monroe Township, Carroll County, Ohio census dated June 1880, Ruth Scott, shown as Ruth Scott, is listed in the household of William Scott II. She is 60 years old and was born in Ohio.16

     Ruth Scott died on 16 October 1885 in Monroe Township, Carroll County, Ohio, at age 79.17,6,10,1 She is buried in the Scott (Old) Cemetery located in Carrollton, Carroll County, Ohio. Buried next to her husband, Wm and son William.[C]

Family

William Scott II b. 1805, d. 1 Apr 1894

Citations

  1. [S217] W. C. Scott, Crawford Scott and His Descendants.
  2. [S521] Carroll County Genealogical Society, Old Scott Cemetery.
  3. [S533] Tombstone Inscriptions and Farmily Records of Carroll County, Ohio, The Scott Family: Crawford II md Mary Barnes in Fayette Co., Pa., 1792 and to their union was born the following children: Ruth Born Sept. 2, 1806, Died Oct. 16, 1885.
  4. [S521] Carroll County Genealogical Society, Old Scott Cemetery, V.
  5. [S47] 1850 Census - Carroll County, Ohio, Carroll County, Ohio population schedule, 41, Page 529, NARA.
  6. [S533] Tombstone Inscriptions and Farmily Records of Carroll County, Ohio, The Scott Family: Ruth Born Sept. 2, 1806, Died Oct. 16, 1885.
  7. [S505] 1810 U. S. Census , Fayette County, Pennsylvania,, poluation schedule, German Towship, Page 83, NARA.
  8. [S539] 1820 U. S. Census , Fayette County, Pennsylvania,, poluation schedule, Luzerne Towship, Page 177, NARA.
  9. [S506] 1830 U. S. Census , Fayette County, Pennsylvania,, poluation schedule, German Towship, Page 281, NARA.
  10. [S533] Tombstone Inscriptions and Farmily Records of Carroll County, Ohio, The Scott Family:Ruth married William Scott II, son of William I, lived and died in Carroll County, Ohio.
  11. [S521] Carroll County Genealogical Society, Old Scott Cemetery, V.
  12. [S542] Carroll County Genealogical Society, Marriage Records: Ohio, Carroll County, 1833 - 1849.
  13. [S507] 1840 U. S. Census , Carroll County, Ohio,, poluation schedule, Monroe Township, Page 242, NARA.
  14. [S47] 1850 Census - Carroll County, Ohio, Carroll County, Ohio population schedule, Monroe Township, Page 41, NARA.
  15. [S525] 1860 U. S. Census, Carroll County, Ohio population schedule, Monroe Township, Page 328, NARA.
  16. [S526] 1880 U. S. Census, Carroll County, Ohio, poluation schedule, Monroe Township, Page 130A, NARA.
  17. [S521] Carroll County Genealogical Society, Old Scott Cemetery, V.

Lucinda Bricker1

F, b. 4 April 1848, d. 17 June 1872
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
     Lucinda Bricker was born on 4 April 1848 in Lisbon, Columbiana County, Ohio.2 She was the daughter of John F. Bricker and Rebecca Burger.1 In the census of 20 September 1850 in Centre Township, Columbiana County, Ohio, Lucinda appears in the household of John F. Bricker as Lucinda Bricker. She is 2 years old and was born in Ohio.1 In the census of 31 July 1860 in Salem Township, Columbiana County, Ohio, Lucinda appears in the household of David Bricker as Lucinda Bricker. She is 12 years old and was born in Ohio. It is assumed that she is the daughter of John F. Bricker and that she is living with her granduncle.3

     Lucinda Bricker married David Shive on 8 August 1869 in Columbiana County, Ohio.4,5

     Lucinda Bricker died on 17 June 1872 at age 24.6,7 She is buried in the St. Jacob Cemetery located in Columbiana County, Ohio. I assume this Lucinda Bricker. She is buried next to and has the same stone as Phebe Bricker, wife of Enos Bricker, Lucinda's brother. She is married to a David S.[C]7

Family

David Shive b. b 1850
Child

Citations

  1. [S49] 1850 U. S. Census, Columbiana County, Ohio population schedule, Centre Township, Page 327, NARA.
  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: Lucinda Bricker, born 14 April 1848. Baptised 8 October 1848. Parents John & Rebecca Bricker.
  3. [S808] 1860 U.S. Census, Columbiana County, Ohio population schedule, Salem Township, Page 404, NARA.
  4. [S55] J. H. Beers & Co., Biographical Record of Northwestern Ohio.
  5. [S1090] FamilySearch, online @ Farmilysearch.org.
  6. [S326] Henry Bricker's Obituary, 1912.
  7. [S1078] Information submitted by various independent individuals., online @ www.findagrave.com.

Mary1

F, b. circa 1798
     Mary was born circa 1798 in Maryland.

     Mary married David Landis. On 11 December 1821 their daughter, Mariah Landis, was born in Preble County, Ohio.2 In 1824 their son, John Landis, was born.3 Their third child, Absalom, was born in 1826 in Ohio.3 Their fourth child, Sarah A., was born circa 1832 in Ohio. Their fifth child, Josiah, was born circa 1835 in Ohio.

     In 1835, David and Mary moved with their family to Defiance County, Ohio.2 Their sixth child, Harriet, was born in 1840 in Ohio.4 In the 1840 census in Crane Township, Paulding County, Ohio, Mary is assumed to be enumerated with David Landis.4 In the census of 24 August 1850 in Hicksville, Defiance County, Ohio, Mary appears in the household of David Landis. She is 52 years old and was born in Maryland.1

Family

David Landis b. c 1801
Children

Citations

  1. [S52] 1850 U. S. Census, Defiance County, Ohio population schedule, Hicksville Township, Page 88, written page 177, NARA.
  2. [S113] Obituary, 1912.
  3. [S911] Forest Home Cemetery, Defiance County, Ohio.
  4. [S655] 1840 U. S. Census , Paulding County, Ohio,, poluation schedule, Crane Township, Page 27, NARA.
  5. [S74] 1860 U.S. Census, Defiance County, Ohio population schedule, Hicksville, Page 382, NARA.

Hannah Lee1

F, b. 8 January 1793, d. 9 January 1867
FatherWilliam F. Lee1 b. 23 Jan 1741, d. 21 Feb 1807
MotherCathren Ross1 b. 1739/40, d. 1793
     Hannah Lee was born on 8 January 1793 in Washington County, Ohio.1 She was the daughter of William F. Lee and Cathren Ross.1

     Hannah Lee died on 9 January 1867 in Warren County, Ohio, at age 74.1

Citations

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

William P. King1,2

M, b. 1874
FatherGranville Scott King3 b. 18 Feb 1853, d. 17 Aug 1922
MotherCatherine Roberts b. c 1842, d. c 1886
     William P. King was born in 1874 in Indiana.4 He was the son of Granville Scott King and Catherine Roberts.3 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 William P. King. He is six years old and was born in Indiana, as was his father. His mother was born in Kentucky.5 William P. King survived the death of his mother, Catherine Roberts, who died circa 1886.1

     He was a fireman on the railroad engine, enginnered by Bates Cheely. It seemed a branch of the Frisco Railroad in southeastern Missouri. There was a little ditty that used to be sung. It went "Old Bates Cheely goes so fast, you can't see nothing but Will King's ------".1 William P. King survived the death of his father, Isaac Asberry King, who died on 2 February 1942 in Oakland County Tb sanitarium, Oakland County, Michigan.1,6

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. [S116] 1880 U. S. Census, Greene County, Indiana, poluation schedule, Scotland, Page 200B, NARA.
  5. [S116] 1880 U. S. Census, Greene County, Indiana, poluation schedule, Scotland, Page 200B, NARA.
  6. [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.

Mary Jack1

F
     Mary Jack married Robert Lee, son of William F. Lee and Cathren Ross, on 13 December 1806.1

Family

Robert Lee b. 1776, d. 23 Nov 1829

Citations

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

Mary Keziah King1,2

F, b. August 1851, d. circa 1922
FatherJesse Hugh King b. 14 Aug 1828, d. 9 Feb 1887
MotherSarah Jane Lee b. 6 Jun 1828, d. 23 Mar 1913
ChartsKatheryn (Holt) Malloure's Pedigree Chart
     Mary Keziah King was born in August 1851 in Indiana.2 She was the daughter of Jesse Hugh King and Sarah Jane Lee. In the census of 2 August 1860 in Taylor Township, Greene County, Indiana, Mary appears in the household of Jesse King as Mary K. King. She is 9 years old and was born in Indiana.3 Mary Keziah King has not been found on the census of 1870. It is assumed that this household is living in Greene County, Indiana.

     Mary Keziah King married Thomas Holt, son of Emberson Holt and Margaret Ragle, on 22 October 1870 in Martin County, Indiana.1,4,5 On 19 August 1872 their daughter, Manerva Alma Holt, was born in Indiana.6,7,8 In 1875 their daughter, Ally Holt, was born.9 Their third child, Earnest, was born in December 1877 in Indiana.10 Their fourth child, Nathaniel, was born in 1880 in Indiana.11 In the census of 1 June 1880 in Scotland, Greene County, Indiana, she is listed as the wife of Thomas Holt. Her name appears as Mary K. Holt. She is 28 years old and was born in Indiana. Her father was born in Indiana, but her mother was from Ohio. She is married and keeping house.4 Their fifth child, Edna C., was born circa 1885. Their sixth child, Wesley R., was born in July 1890.12,5 Their seventh child, Samuel E., was born in November 1895.13 ; Family Photo. Thomas Holt (assumption) Mary Keziah (King) Holt (assumption) Ally Holt (assumption) Earnest Holt (assumption) Edna Holt (assumption) Nathaniel Holt (assumption) Wesley Holt (assumption) Samuel Holt (assumption)
Tried to figure out who was who by knowing when they were born. Assuming that the oldest daughter, Manera Alma Holt, is not pictured because she was married at the time of the photo.


      Mary Keziah King survived the death of her husband, Thomas Holt, who died on 17 May 1900 in Greene County, Indiana.14 In the census of 23 June 1900 in Taylor Township, Greene County, Indiana, Mary Keziah King, shown as Mary Holt, appears as a head of household, which include, her sons, Weley Holt and Samuel E. Holt, her daughters, Edna C. Holt and Alma M. Pegg, her grandson, Pansy H. Pegg and Dewey E. Pegg. She is 48 years old and was born in Indiana, August 1851. Her parents were also born in Indiana. She is a widow and has had ten children, six which are still living. She rents her home.15 Before 1909, Mary moved to Coles County, Illinois. It is unknown when Mary Holt moved to Coles County, Illinois, but her daughter, Alma Pegg, was living with her(Mary Holt) at the time of her (Alma Pegg) death. In the census of 26 April 1910 in Charleston, Coles County, Illinois, Mary Keziah King, shown as Mary K. Holt, appears as a head of household which include, her son, Samuel E. Holt, her son-in-law, William H. Jolliff, her granddaughters, Agretha May Jolliff and Elsie Lucille Jolliff . She is 57, a widow, and was born in Indiana. Her father is states as also being in Indiana and her mother, Ohio.16 In the census of 7 January 1920 in Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon, she is listed in the household and as the mother of Nathaniel Holt. Her name appears as Mary K. James. She is 68 years old, a widow, and was born in Indiana. Her last name is shown as James.16

     Mary Keziah King died circa 1922 in Portland, Oregon.5

Family

Thomas Holt b. 27 Oct 1850, d. 17 May 1900
Children

Citations

  1. [S667] Indiana Works Administration, Marriage Records: Indiana, 1850-1920 Database, Martin County, Thomas Holt, Mary K King, Oct 22 1870. Source - Book 3, Page 55.
  2. [S76] 1860 U. S. Census, Greene County, Indiana population schedule, Taylor Township, Page 766, NARA.
  3. [S76] 1860 U. S. Census, Greene County, Indiana population schedule, Taylor Township, Page 766, NARA.
  4. [S116] 1880 U. S. Census, Greene County, Indiana, poluation schedule, Taylor Township, Scotland, Page 221A, sheet 3, NARA.
  5. [S195] Holt Family Genealogy, date written unknown. Copy in possession of Barbara J. Malloure.
  6. [S116] 1880 U. S. Census, Greene County, Indiana, poluation schedule, Taylor Township, Scotland, Page 221A, sheet 3, NARA.
  7. [S250] Letter, Nancy Harris to Barb Malloure, March 3, 2000.
  8. [S1079] Emails from Pegg Researcher to Barb Malloure, August 2014. Copy of Death Certifcate:State of Illinois, Coles County. Alma M. Pegg. 36 years, 6 months, and 4 days. Place of Birth: Green City, Ind. Lived in Illinois 5 years. Occupation: Housewife. Died: 23 February 1909, Charleston, Ill. Immediate cause: Bright's disease, 10 years.
  9. [S116] 1880 U. S. Census, Greene County, Indiana, poluation schedule, Taylor Township, Scotland, Page 221A, sheet 3, NARA.
  10. [S116] 1880 U. S. Census, Greene County, Indiana, poluation schedule, Taylor Township, Scotland, Page 221A, sheet 3, NARA.
  11. [S116] 1880 U. S. Census, Greene County, Indiana, poluation schedule, Taylor Township, Scotland, Page 221A, sheet 3, NARA.
  12. [S132] 1900 U. S. Census, Greene County, Indiana, NARA.
  13. [S132] 1900 U. S. Census, Greene County, Indiana, population schedule, Taylor Township, sheet 14, NARA.
  14. [S713] Greene County, Indiana Genealogy Project. Online at www.bloomfield.lib.in.us/project/.
  15. [S132] 1900 U. S. Census, Greene County, Indiana, population schedule, Taylor Township, sheet 14, NARA.
  16. [S942] United States Federal Census [database on-line], Provo, UT, USA, Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., online @ Ancestry.com. Ancestry.com.
  17. [S84] Obituary for Alma Pegg from The Daily Review, dated 26 February 1909, online @ Ancestry.com. Ancestry.com.

William Jones Semonin1

M, b. circa 1907, d. 31 March 1954
FatherPaul Francois Semonin b. 21 Nov 1882, d. 22 Jun 1941
MotherEdith S. Brown b. c 1885, d. 25 Sep 1949
     William Jones Semonin was born circa 1907. He was the son of Paul Francois Semonin and Edith S. Brown.

     William Jones Semonin married Sally Seoggan.

     William Jones Semonin died on 31 March 1954 in Jefferson County, Kentucky.

Citations

  1. [S280] Kentucky Death Index 1911-1996.

Wesley A. Holt1,2

M, b. 1908, d. circa 1948
FatherNathaniel Holt b. 1880, d. 1922
MotherEdna d. Jun 1952
     Wesley A. Holt married Dorothy.1

     Wesley A. Holt was born in 1908 in Washington.1,2 He was the son of Nathaniel Holt and Edna.

     Wesley A. Holt died circa 1948.3

Family

Dorothy

Citations

  1. [S195] Holt Family Genealogy, date written unknown. Copy in possession of Barbara J. Malloure.
  2. [S942] United States Federal Census [database on-line], Provo, UT, USA, Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., online @ Ancestry.com. Ancestry.com.
  3. [S319] Holt-Malloure Genealogy, date written unknown. Copy in possession of Barbara J. Malloure.

John W. Lambert1

M, b. circa 1831, d. before 1885
FatherClayton Lambert b. 9 Oct 1802, d. 20 Dec 1884
MotherRhoda Lee b. 25 Jul 1803, d. 22 Sep 1850
     John W. Lambert was born circa 1831. He was the son of Clayton Lambert and Rhoda Lee.

     John W. Lambert died before 1885.

Citations

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