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Some Sandusky Descendants of Antoni Sadowski

*** Lest anyone think that this is my work, I must say that I downloaded this from a web site maintained by Edward Pinkowski until his death a few years back. ***
Vern Sandusky April 2010, VernonLS@community.net

Paul R. Orr Burlington, IA 52601
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Last Revised: 18 Mar. 2000


                           Not Proofed

Source: "Some Sandusky Descendants of Antoni Sadowski 1669 - 1988" by Marie Evans Davis.

 

Sadowski History

 

As far back as heraldry runs, the Sadowski clan was one of the sturdy and respected families of the minor nobility in Poland. It begins with Thomas Sadowski at Sadowie (Sadowia). From there he was taken in 1452 by Zbigniew Cardinal Olesnicki, the first cardinal Poland ever produced, and given a church assignment in the town of Miechow, twenty miles north of Cracow.

 

Daniel Sadow-ski became Archbishop of Gniezno in west central Poland~ Born at Radom, not far from Sadowie and perhaps of the same clan as Antoni Sadowski, was Stanislaus Sadowski who arrived at James-town, Virginia in 1608. Stanislaus Sadowski arrived with seven other Poles. Among them were Jur Mata, Zbigniew Stefanski, Michal Lowicki, Karol Zranica, and Jan Bogdan.

 

Within three weeks of their arrival, they had a glass furnace glowing. Stanislaus Sadowski was probably an uncle of Antoni Sadowski. Arthur L. Waldo, who in First Poles in America has described his experience with a rare and now missing book, Memoirs of a Merchant, written in old Polish script by Zbigniew Stefanski, one of the original Jamestown Poles, provided the following information on Stanislaus Sadowski: "We know very little about him. However, I have a strong suspicion that he was the one who became quite notorious in Poland during the final years of the sixteenth century. He was a Calvinist by faith, a traveler and a man of many trades. In 1594 he published a famous brochure against the Jesuit priests of Wilno entitled Idolatriae Jesuitorum Vilnensium 0ppugnatio. He was ostracized by the Catholics who appealed to King Sigismund III to put Sadowski to death and burn his brochures.

 

"He had to leave Poland, went to England and later arrived in Jamestown, giving for obvious reasons now the city of Radom as his place of origin, instead of Ostroleka.

 

"I would not exclude a possibility that Antoni Sadowski was related to Stanislaus Sadowski of Jamestown fame....  "Stanislaus returned to England in 1609 with Captain John Smith, but

eventually returned to Jamestown. He was in Jamestown in 1619 during that first strike on American soil. Then he might have been about 55 years old."

 

An article in the July, 1955 issue of Readers Digest gave us the following information:

 

"On September 25, 1608, the small ship Good Speed sailed up the James River bearing six broad-backed artisans. Axes in hand they followed Smith (Captain John Smith) into the woods and set about making a clearing. Within three weeks they had a roaring fire going under a glass furnace, the first factory in the English Colonies in America. They tapped the pine trees and

distilled tar and pitch. They set up a soap works and erected a sawmill.

 

Presently, goaded by their example, the entire settlement was hard work. "Surprisingly, this handful to whom Smith later gave credit for saving the colony - thus insuring that America would develop as an English-speaking nation - were not Englishmen at all. Th names were Michal Lowicki, Zbigniew Stefanski, Jur Mata, Jan Bogdan, Karol Zrenica and Stanislaw Sadowski – and they landed in America 12 years before the Mayflower.

 

"A few years later those earliest Polish immigrants set another precedent. Virginia's new governor had authorized the election of the first legislative body in America, but only natives of England were to be allowed to vote. Indignantly, the Poles laid down their tools until they were granted full equality. In this, America's first strike – staged not for economic gains but to establish the principle of universal suffrage - the all-essential craftsmen scored a quick and total victory.

 

"Today the Poles among us - and their American born descendants total six million. Yet their essential character has not changed. Fleeing from impoverishment and oppression, most Polish immigrants have come to America endowed with two precious possessions: an astounding capacity for hard work, and a flaming love for the freedom denied them in their homeland...."

 

By the beginning of the twentieth century the family name looked as if it had gone through a wild babel of tongues. It spelled in many ways in early records - Sadoski, Sadusky, Sowdusky, Sadowskij, Zadoroski, Saduscus, Zadosky and Sandusky to mention few of them. The original name was derived from "sad," a Polish word for orchard, or Sadowie, an isolated village not

far from Ostrowiec on the Kamienna River, in the Polish province of Kielce. The "d" in the name has a heavy, nasal sound that might make person not familiar with the Polish language think it had an "n" before it. Thus, the name most used, and the one that survived, was Sandusky.

 

Ref: Edward Pinkowski, 10212 SW 59th St., Cooper City, FL 33328-6531 – The Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission sigh, unveiled Sep. 16, 1966, reads as follows:

 

Anthony Sadowski

 

Polish pioneer, Indian trader, settled along Schuylkill River in this area, 1712. He served as a messenger/interpreter during the negotiations with Indian tribes in 1728.  He was buried, 1736, in graveyard of St. Gabriel’s Church.

 

As the year of Anthony Sadowski’s death is given in the historical marker, you can see that he was the father of Andrew Sadowski, who had a better hand at writing than his father and spelled the name correctly, which is Sadowski.

 

The roadside marker was put up at the expense of the Sadowski Memorial Committee, of which I was the chairman, and about 1800 persons, mostly of Polish descent in Berks County, turned out for the dedication.  The Pennsylvania State Police didn’t except such a crowd and the traffic on Route 422 was held up until more troopers arrived on the scene.

 

Do you realize that pretty son, we will have the 300th anniversary of Sadowski’s arrival on American shores and Douglassville should have even a larger turnout than we had in 1966.  What about a new group being organized and, if President Ford is still living in 2003 (he’s 86 now and I am 83), to invite him to the affair.  After all, he is the most famous descent of Anthony Sadowski.

 

          Descendants of James & Mary (Brown) Sandusky

                               

 

1. Sandusky, James b. ca 1748, Frederick Co., VA, (now Hardy Co., WV) d. ca Jun. 1819, Bourbon Co., KY, bur. Cane Ridge Cem., Bourbon Co., KY, s/o Andrew & Catherine (???) Sandusky, md. ca 1776, probably b. Hampshire Co., VA, (now Hardy Co., WV) to Mary Brown b. 6 a.m., 29 Oct. 1756, Moorefield, Hampshire Co., VA, d. prior 12 Jan. 1814, Bourbon Co., KY, d/o Thomas & Mary (Ball) Brown. James m2, aft. 12 Jan. 1814, pb Montgomery Co., KY to Mary (Fuqua?) Richardson b., d. Ralls Co., MO.

 

Ref: It appears that Mary (Brown) Sandusky d. prior 12 Jan. 1814 as a prenuptial agreement was found in Montgomery Co., KY Deed Book 6, pgs. 386-387, dtd. 12 Jan. 1814. Until this information was found, it was assumed that Mary (Brown) Sandusky d. Jun. 1819.

 

 

Ref: The following messages were received from Jan Babb jbabb914@yahoo.com during March 2000 – Bob - Thanks for sending me the copy of the will of James Sandusky.  It is becoming pretty obvious that Mary Richardson did marry James before 1819.

 

John Fuqua died in Montgomery Co. KY. As part of the settlement of his estate, several people had "notes" due March 15, 1823. One of these notes was to James W. Richardson and Mary Sandusky. John's land was very near Bourbon County line. Some of it was on "Grassy Lick" Creek and "Plumb Lick" Creek. When the heirs met for the final settlement it was at "Sulphur Springs". Any of these sound familiar to you?

 

When Mary Sandusky's estate was settled in Ralls Co. MO, a James Richardson was one of the legatees.

 

Bob – My friend, Frank Fuqua, believes that Mary Richardson was Mary Fuqua before her marriage to the unknown Richardson person. That would explain James Fuqua being her attorney (would have been her brother) and also explain how she happened to end up in Ralls Co MO as did James and William Fuqua, the Richardsons, Bells, Bernards, etc...all who were somehow connected back in

Bourbon Co. KY (and Montgomery Co). How did Mary come into this property she referred to in the prenup if not by a marriage to a Richardson?

 

Bob - To further complicate this mess..do you know who the Mary Sandusky was who died in Ralls Co. MO in August of 1826?  The administrator of her estate was James Fuqua. The left shares of her estate to people named Bell, Richardson, Bernard, etc...all people who had lived in Bourbon/Montgomery Co. KY. The Richardsons named were James and Landie.

 

Is there any mention in Jame's will about the 30 acres of land? I don't think the Mary Sandusky of Ralls Co. had any land..that I know of. Maybe she sold it prior to moving.

 

Bob - I was looking at the Sandusky web site when I saw that

you were interested in James Sandusky. I wrote to you about a strange document found in Montgomery Co. KY records.

 

A few minutes later I was reading a message you posted on the Sandusky mailing list when I ran across the note you wrote regarding a mysterious 30 acres. I believe the document I wrote to you about may shed some light on this.

 

Do you know anything of this Mary Richardson? Is it possible that the Mary mentioned in James' will of 1819 is Mary Richardson and not Mary Ball Brown?

 

I am not a Sandusky researcher, so I don't have access to a copy of James' will....but I do know that I have ran across abstracts of it and seen his wife listed as Mary.

 

What became of the 30 acres?

 

Bob - I hope you're the right person to contact about this.  I was wondering

if you could shed any light on who the folks were who wrote this prenuptial agreement in Montgomery Co. KY and recorded in Deed Book 6, pages 386-387, dated 12 January 1814.

 

Whereas a marriage is about to take place between James Sandosky of Bourbon County and Mary Richardson of Montgomery County etc. James Sandosky agrees to give and the said Mary Richardson agrees to take 30 acres of land including the farm now rented to and occupied by Thermod Crump during the life of the said Mary Richardson as a joint use and in lieu of her right of dower in and to the estate of the said James Sandosky and the said Mary Richardson covenants and agrees to and with the said James Sodousky that she will not ask recuse or demand of him the said James or his heirs or any part or portion of his estate, real or personal, or that she will ever claim or demand any dower of the said James or his heirs as aforesaid her joint use on receiving the said thirty acres of land including the said farm exception and the said

James on his part agrees to and with the said Mary and hereby relinquishes all claims to any negros, stock, household furniture or any other species of property which the samd Mary now possesseth; or may bring with her on the said marriage taking place, which said negros, stock, household furniture or other property shall be at the sole disposal of the said Mary during her joint use with the said James and at the death of the said James if that should happen before the death of the said Mary, the said negros, stock, household furniture etc that may be in use and being at that time shall return to the said Mary or if the said Mary should die before the said James in that cse, the aforesaid

negros, stock, household furniture, etc, which may at that time be in use or living shall be subject to her disposal by or ____ __ _____ to her children in any manner which she may ______

 

In testimony whereof the aforesaid parties together present have hereunto set their hands and seals this twelfth day of January eighteen hundred and fourteen.

 

Acknowledged in the presence of HC Land DC Signed James Sodousky and Mary Richardson.

 

Ref: The Grandfather of James was Antoni Sadowski b. ca 1668 in Poznanskiego, Poznan, Poland. He arrived in New Amsterdam (New York) between 1702 -1705. He married ca 1705, Monmouth, NJ to Marya Bordt (Mary Bird/Byrd) b. ca 1684, New Amsterdam (New York), d. ca 1758, Patterson's Creek, Hampshire Co., WV. Antoni was an educated man who spoke seven languages and was trained as an engineer. He became an Indian trader and a messenger between the Indian and white settlers. There are letters of his on record concerning these communiques. Antoni, a Calvinist, died 22 Apr. 1736, Douglassville, Amity Twp., Berks Co., PA, at the age of 67 and is buried at St. Gabriel's Church cemetery, Douglassville, PA.

 

The children of Antoni Sadowski and Marya Bordt were:

                              

1.       Justina (Adav) b. ca 1712, Monmouth, NJ, d. ca 1731, Douglassville, Amity Twp., Berks Co., PA, md. ca 1720, Douglassville, Amity Twp., Berks Co., PA to James Warren (Warin) b. ca 1700, d. ca 1731, Douglassville, Amity Twp., Berks Co., PA.  Ch: James Warin b. 3 May 1772, Douglassville and John b. ca 1731, Douglassville.

 

{Ref: IGI Internet – Mary Sodowski b. ca 1712, Freehold, Monmouth Co., NJ, d/o Anthony Sodowski and Marya Bird – Batch No. 8131706, Source Call No. 0884702, sheet 88. Ck!}

 

     2. Jacob b. ca 1814, Monmouth, NJ, md., Hardy Co., VA to Hannah Inskeep (Inskip) b. ca 1720.*

 

     3. Andrew b. ca 1720, Douglassville, Amity Twp., Berks Co., PA, d. ca 1768, Cumberland Gap, Ohio Territory, md. ca 1745 Catherine ??? b. ca 1720.

 

     4. Anna b. ca 1720, Douglassville, Amity Twp., Berks Co., PA, md. Increase Miller b. ca 1710.*

 

     5. Sophia b. ca 1720, Douglassville, Amity Twp., Berks Co., PA, m1 Issac Johnson b. ca 1710.

 

     Sophia m2 after 1752, Patersons Creek, Fredrick Co., VA (now WV) to William Darling b. ca 1710.*

          

Marya Sadowski m2 Thomas Palmer, in PA. Thomas died ca 1747 in PA. Marya then moved to the south side of the Potomac River where she died ca 1758, Patterson's Creek, Hampshire Co., WV, leaving a will:

 

Mary Palmer's Will, Will written 15 Oct. 1752, probated 14 Feb. 1758 - Extract can be found in "Early Records of Hampshire Co., VA now WVA, Clara McC., Sage & Laura S. Jones, pg. 127. Original will housed at County Clerk's office, Hampshire Co., WV -- In the Name of God Amen, the Fifteenth Day of October in the Year of our Lord God 1752

 

I Mary Palmer of Pattersons Creek in the County of Frederick and Collony of Virginia: being sick and weak in body but of perfect mind and memory, Thanks be to given Unto God, Therefore, Calling to mind the mortallity of my body and knowing that it is Appointed for all men once to die, Do Make and Ordain this My Last Will and Testament: that is to say: Principally and first of all I give and recommend my soul into the hands of God that gave it and for my body I recommend it to the earth to be buried in a Christian-like  and decent manner at the discression of my Executors, nothing doubting but at the General Resurrection I shall receive the same again by the Mighty Power of God and as touching such worldly estate: Wherewith it hath pleased God to bless me in this life, I give, bequeath and dispose of the same in the following manner and form --

 

Imprimis it is my will and I do order that in the first place all my just debts and funeral charges be paid and satisfied -- Item my will is that my daughter Ann Millar shall have my featherbed bolster and two pillows, three linnen sheets, one blanket and one coverlet and a little spinning wheel, a puter platter and puter bason and two pleats and nomorch button (sic).  My wearing appirril which I will to be equally divided between her and my daughter Sofia Jonson -- Item my will is that my son Andrew Sadouski shall have one shilling sterling paid by my Executors -- Item my will is that my daughter Sofia Jonson whom I likewise constitute make and ordain my only and sole Executrix of this my last Will and Testament; shall have the great pot and pot racks, a side sadle to be by her possessed and enjoyed, and I do hereby utterly dissalow, revoke, Disannul all and every other former Testaments, Wills and Legaries, Requests and Executors by me in any ways before this time -- Named Willed and Bequeathed Ratifying and Confirming this and no other to by My Last Will and Testament in wittness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and seal.                                                                     

                                                                                                her

                                                                                          Mary X Palmer

                                                                                                mark

 

pg. 478: At a court held for Hampshire County the 14th of February 1758, This last Will and Testament of Mary Palmer dec'd was presented in Court by Sophia Darling the Executrix therein named who made Oath thereto according to Law and the same being proved by the Oath of John Douthit one of the witnesses thereto is Ordered to the Recorded and on the motion of the said Executrix Certificate is granted her for obtaining a Probate thereof in and form giving Security whereupon William Darling her husband of the said Sophia and John Ryan and Luke Collins their securities entered into and acknowledged.  Bond in the penalty of One Hundred Pounds for the due Administration of the said decedents Estate and Performance of her Will.

 

                                                                             Test.

                                                                             Gabriel Jones, Co. Clerk

                                                         

In both Hardy Co., WV and Bourbon Co., KY there were Byrd's who played similar roles to the Sandusky's. I have always thought they may be cousins.

 

Justina (Adav) Sadowski b. ca 1712, Monmouth, NJ, d. ca 1731, Douglassville, Amity Twp., Berks Co., PA, md. ca 1720, Douglassville to James Warin (Warren) b. ca 1700, d. ca 1731.

 

          Ch:

 

James Warin b. ca 3 May 1722, Douglassville, Amity Twp., Berks Co., PA.*             

                      

John Warin b. ca 1731, Douglassville, Amity Twp., Berks Co., PA.*

                   

Jacob Sadowski b. ca 1714, Monmouth, NJ, md. Hardy Co., VA to Hannah Inskeep b. ca 1720.*

 

Andrew Sadowski (See below)

 

Anna Sadowski b. ca 1707/1720, Douglassville, Amity Twp., Berks Co., PA, md. ca 1732, Bedford, Westchester Co., NY to Increase Miller b. 4 Nov. 1707, Bedford, s/o Captain Johathan & Sarah (Holmes) Miller. Ch: Mary b. ca 1733; Justina b. ca 1735; Sophia b. ca 1737, Bedford; Sarah b. ca 1739, Bedford; Enoch b. ca 1741, Bedford; Keziah b. 13 Mar. 1744, md. ca 1770 to Jesse Miller; Anna b. ca 1746, Bedford; Cloe b. ca 1749, Bedford; Rachel b. ca 1750, Bedford; and Samuel b. 10 Apr. 1752, Bedford.

 

Sofia (Soffia) Sadowski b. ca 1728, Douglassville, Amity Twp., Berks Co., PA, d. ca 17875, m1 Isaac Johnson b. ca 1710, nothing further; m2 after 1752, Patterson's Creek, Frederick Co., VA (now WV) to William Darling b. ca 1730, bur. ca 1786; ch: Robert Darling b. ca 1753/1763, Hampshire Co., VA (now Hardy Co., WV) and William Darling Jr. b. ca 1756, Hampshire Co., VA (now Hardy Co., WV), d. ca 1825. Nothing is known more of William Darling Jr. but Robert Darling md. Mary Catherine Passence and the family moved to Coshocton Co., OH where they raised their 12 children and and are buried.

 

Andrew, s/o Antoni & Marya (Bordt) Sadowski b. ca 1706, md. to Catherine ???.

 

The children of Andrew & Catherine (???) Sadowski were:

 

     1. Emmanuel B.

     2. Anthony B.

     3. Johnathon B.                                         b. ca      1756

     4. Samuel B.

     5. Jacob

     6. James                                         b. ca   1748

     7. Hanna                                         b. ca      1758

 

Andrew moved his family from the Philadelphia area to Augusta Co., VA where he probably was a farmer and surveyor. Andrew was killed by a white renegade with a tomahawk in 1774.

 

Of Andrew's family, Emanuel, who may have been the youngest, went to Tennessee and the rest of the sons settled and help settle Kentucky.

 

James was a Surveyor, Frontiersman, Land Speculator, Farmer, Investor and Soldier. He went to KY in 1780 leaving the south side of the Potomac River, near Moorefield, Hardy Co., WV. He served with his brother, Jacob, as Private, in Bowmans Expedition against the Indians in KY. His Will dated 18 Jan. 1819, recorded at the June 1819 Court, can be found in Will Book F, Pg. 279 at the Bourbon Co., Court House, Paris, KY.

             

Ref: 1790 Bourbon taken from the Tax List gives the head of household and date tax was paid.

        

     "James Sandusky paid tax Mar. 1791, Bourbon Co., KY."

      

Ref: 1810 Bourbon Co., KY, no page number.

                       

     Sodowsky, Andrew, 1 male 26-45, 3 females 0-10, 1 female 26-     45.

     Sodowsky, Thomas, 1 male 0-10, 1 male 26-45, 1 female 0-10,      1 female 26-45.

     Sodowsky, Jas. (James) 3 males 16-26, 1 male +45, 1 female      +45, 6 slaves.

 

 

Sandusky Land Transactions

Bourbon County, Kentucky

 

Bourbon County, Kentucky

Deed Book B Pg 357,358

 

21 August 1792

 

James Sudusky and Mary, his wife, of Bourbon Co., KY of one part and John Sudusky of Washington Co., Ky. of the other part.

 

Witnesseth: In consideration of 200 pounds current money paid to them by John Sudusky conveys a parcel of land lying in Bourbon Co., KY on the waters of Hinkston Fork of Licking containing 700 acres and bounded as follows: James Sudusky's preemption, Suduskys settlement line.                     

                                               L S

                                               L S

 

March Term, 1793 Thomas Reeder, Clk of Court recorded the deed.

 

Bourbon County, Kentucky

Deed Book D Pg 199, 200

 

13 June 1797

 

James Miller and Jenny, his wife of the Bourbon County, KY of one part and James Sodowsky, of the Bourbon County, KY.

 

Witnesseth:  James Miller & Jenny, his wife, in consideration of sixty five pounds current money of Kentucky conveys to James Sodowsky a certain parcel of land being part of preemption located in the name of James Sodowsky and afterwards conveyed to Ilai Nunn by John Sodowsky and then by said Nunn to James Miller, said land lying and being on the waters of Hinkstons Fork of Licking bounded as follows: containing 60 acres;

 

Witness: William Aldridge            (Signed) James Miller

         William Turner                       Jinney Miller

         Edward x Stoker

Recorded by Thomas Arnold, Clk, Bourbon Co., Court June 1797.

 

 

Bourbon County, Kentucky

Deed Book F Pg. 105,106

 

20 August 1807

 

Benjamin Beall and Janette, his wife of Campbell County, KY and John Machir of Mason County, KY of one part and James Sodowsky of Bourbon County, KY of the other part.

 

Witnesseth:  In consideration of Sixteen hundred and eight dollars current money they convey to James Sodowsky a certain tract or parcel of land lying on the waters of the Hinkstons Fork of Licking in Bourbon County bounded with  following names; Sodowskys settlement line, Stokes and Turners Lane, Thomas Neils, containing 779 1/2 acres, being part of Peter Shepherds survey of four thousand acres claimed by the said Beal and Machir. Beal and Machir each agreed to reimburse Sodowsky at the rate of $2.00 per acre for each acre lost should their title not be good for part of the acres purchased. Beal and Machir warranted individually for the total and not 50% of total.

 

(Signed) Benjamin Beal

         Jannetta Beal

         John Machir

 

Bourbon County, Kentucky

Deed Book I Pg 177, 178

 

16 July 1812

 

Thomas Rule of one part of Bourbon County, KY and James Sandusky of Bourbon County, KY of the other part.

 

Witnesseth:

 

Thomas Rule mortgaged to James Sandusky a certain tract of land lying in Bourbon County, KY on the brushy fork of Hinkson containing eighty nine acres [ I believe the farm contains a saw mill and grist mill, one pair of mill stones] Sandusky loaned Rule $220.00; mentions Hugh Stitts, John Harcourt]

 

Witness:  James McClelland

          Joel/ Jack Prewitt

          E. B. Rule

 

 

Bourbon County, Kentucky

Deed Book K Pg 524,525,526

 

21 August 1792

 

James Sodowsky of Bourbon County, KY conveys by deed to John Sodowsky of Nelson (now Washington) County, KY about 700 acres of land in Bourbon County and lying on the waters of Hinkson Fork of Licking being a part of the said James Settlement and preemption seventy acres of said seven hundred having since by sundry conveyances become the property of Edward Stoker of Bourbon County whereon he now lives --- and whereas the same James Sodowsky settlement and preemption was considerably interfered with by an entry and survey in the name of Peter Shepherd claimed by John Machir and Benjamin Beall and it was agreed by said Sodowsky and Stoker, whose land was also covered by said Machir and Beall's claim, to buy up their right which was done at the rate of two dollars per acre, the said Stoker having paid them for his seventy acres and a deed made to the said Sodowsky for the whole interference being in an inclusive platt, ---- Now this identure made this 20th day of October 1814, between James Sodowsky and Edward Stoker that in consideration of the premise herein before stated and the further consideration of five shillings current money  to him in hand paid by the said Stoker at and before the sealing and delivery of these presents the receipt whereof the James Sodowsky doth hereby acknowledged hath granted bargained and sold alined and confirmed and by these presents doth grant bargain and sell alien and confirm unto the said Edward Stoker his heirs and assigns the said seventy acres of land above specified and bounded by names mentioned: James preemption line, and Ila Nun.

 

They further agreeded that if Machir and Beall claim did not prove to be proper then Stoker would be able to gain the percentage of whatever that might be recovered from them.

 

Recorded 24th October 1814, by Tho. P. Smith, D.G. B.C.

 

Bourbon County, Kentucky

Deed Book R Pg 198,199

 

4 September 1823

 

Indenture made between David Woods and Sarah, his wife, of County of Livingston of one part and Isaac Sodusky, Jacob Sodusky, Andrew Sodusky, Abraham Sodusky, John Parker and Sarah, his wife, late Sarah Sodusky, and William Sodusky, Mariah Sodusky, and Polly Sodusky in right of their Father, Thomas Sodusky, Deceased all heirs and representatives of James Sodusky, deceased of Bourbon County, all of the State of Kentucky of the other part;

 

Witnesseth: David Woods in consideration of $2,000.00 convey to the heirs of James Sodusky, deceased a certain tract of land lying on the waters of Flat Creek in Bourbon County being the same tract of land conveyed to David Woods by William Starling of Mercer County, KY. and bounded by; Soduskys line, containing 250 acres of land;

 

On 31 December 1813 David Woods and James Sodusky entered into an agreement relative to the same tract of land; That whereas David Woods has heretofore purchased from William Starling in his own name and as Attorney for William Lyne, Henry Lyne, Edward Howe and Anna his wife all legatees or devisees of Edmund Lyne, deceased a certain tract of land in Bourbon County on Flat Lick Creek containing about 250 acres which said land Sparling for himself and those he represents conveyed to Woods by deed bearing date of 25 July 1803 and recorded in county of Bourbon.

 

[This claim was contested and it is confusing to read and because it probably will not shed light on the Brown Family History, an attempt will not be made presently to present same. Their may be a land suit at a higher court level]

 

At any rate David and Sally Woods, husband and wife of Livingston County, Kentucky

 

Abstract of Bourbon County, Kentucky Tax Records

 

1787      No Sandusky

1788      No Sandusky

1789      No Sandusky

1790      No Sandusky

1791      No Sandusky

1792      James Sendusca 700 acres; 1 white male +21 yr.., 5           horses; 15 cattle

 

          John Sendusca 350 acres; o white male +21 yr..,a non-          resident

                                            

1793      Jas. Sendusca  700 acres; 1 white male +21 yrs.; 6           horses; 36 cattle

 

1794      No tax record

1795      Jas. Senduskay 1000 acres, Bourbon County, on Hinkston

          Watercourse; 1 white male +21 yrs.; 8 horses; 39 cattle

 

1796      No Sandusky

1797      Jas. Sodowsky  760 acres, Bourbon County, on Flat Lick           Creek Watercourse; entered by Jas. Sodowsky; 1 white           male +21 years; 1 white male + 16yrs.; 10 horses.

 

          Jas. Sodowsky  300 acres, Bourbon County, on Flat Lick           Creek Watercourse; entered by Thos. Swearengen;

 

1798      No tax record

 

1799      No Sandusky

 

1800      Jas. Sodowsky  700 acres, Bourbon County, Hinkston           Watercourse; entered by Jas. Sodowsky; 1 white male +21           yrs.; 5 horses.

 

1801      No Sandusky

 

1802      Jas. Sandusky  700 acres; entered by J. Sandusky; 2           white males +21 yrs.; 1 white male +16 yrs.; 1 black           male +16 yrs.; 2 Total blacks; 8 horses.

 

          Jas. Sandusky  300 acres; Bourbon County, Hinkston           Watercourse; entered by T. Swearengen.

 

1803      Jas. Sodowsky  1000 acres; Bourbon County, Hinkston           Watercourse; 1 white male +21 yrs.; 1 black +16 yrs.; 2           Total Blacks; 8 horses.

 

1804      James Sandusky 250 acres; Bourbon County, Hinkston           Watercourse; unuttered by Jas. Sandusky; 1 white male           +21 yrs.; 2 Blacks +16 yrs.; 2 Total Blacks; 9 horses.

 

1805      James Soduskey 1000 acres; Bourbon County; Flat Lick           Watercourse; entered by J. Sanduskey & T. Swearingen; 1           white male +21 yrs.; 2 Blacks +16 yrs.; 2 Total Blacks;           10 horses.

 

1806      Jas Sandusky   1597 acres; Bourbon County; Flat Lick           Watercourse; entered by J. Sanduskey & T. Swearingen;           1 white male + 21 yrs.; 2 Blacks +16 yrs.; 2 Total           Blacks; 12 horses.

 

1807      No Sandusky

 

1808      Jas Sandusky   1597 acres; Bourbon County; Hinkston           Watercourse; entered by J. Sandusky & T. Swearingin; 1           white male +21 yrs; 2 white males +16 yrs.; 2 Blacks           +16 yrs.; 3 Total Blacks; 11 horses.

 

1809      Jas. Sodowsky  1600 acres; Bourbon County; Hinkston           Watercourse; entered by Sowdowsky & Swearingin; 1 white           male +21 yrs.; 3 Total Blacks; 10 horses.

         

1810      James Sodowsky 1600 acres; Bourbon County; Hinkston           Watercourse; entered by Sodowsky & Sweargin; 1 white                     male +21 yrs.; 2 Blacks +16 yrs.; 5 Total Blacks; 9           horses.

 

1811      James Sodusky  1596 acres; Bourbon County; Flat Lick           Watercourse: entered by Sodowsky & Sweargin; 3 white           males + 21 yrs.; 3 white males + 16 yrs.; 2 Blacks +16           yrs.; 6 Total Blacks; 12 horses.

 

1812      Jas. Sodowsky  1697 acres; Bourbon County; Flat Lick           Watercourse; entered by Sodusky & Sweargin; 3 white           males +21 yrs.; 2 Blacks +16 yrs.; 5 Total Blacks; 12           horses.

 

1813      James Sodowsky 1600 acres; Bourbon County; Hinkston           Watercourse; entered by J. Sodowsky & T. Swearingin; 3           white males +21 yrs.; 2 Blacks +16 yrs.; 7 Total           Blacks; 16 horses.

 

1814      James Sodowsky 1 white male +21 yrs.; 4 Blacks +16           yrs.; 8 Total Blacks; 18 horses.

 

1815      James Sodowsky 1 white male +21 yrs.; 1 white male +16           yrs.; 2 Blacks +16 yrs.; 5 Total Blacks; 13 horses.

 

 

[ In the last year I looked about 1819/1820 James was not listed but his widow, Mary, was listed as living on the land he was reported as living the previous year. I will get the tax records again as the children are reported as they started families of their own but the copier did not record them ]

 

Ref: Bourbon County, Kentucky, Will Book F, Pg 277

 

In the name of God Amen I James Sowduskey of the county of Bourbon and State of Kentucky being in a low State of health but sound both in mind and memory and considering the unsertonty of life and sertainity of doth doth make this my last will and

Testament first I bequeath to my beloved wife Marrey Sodusky of my landed estate beginning at the corner of the post and rale fence next the spring being the corner of the yard of Jacob Soduskey and my one running West as far as the land hereafter willed in this will to Jacob Soduskey corner thence South up to Abraham Soduskey corner thence Esterly along the ridge then at right angle to about where the present fence stands on that corse making about thirty Acres or moore this land  taken in lew of the land mentioned in the marriage contract that is between me and my wife the exchange maid by her consent which land shee is to hold during her life I also lave my wife all the furniture about the house the gay mare two cowes ten heade of sheep two sows and piggs ten heade all the corne and hoes  Secondly I leave my son Andrew Sowduskey of my landed estate beginning at a large forked white Oake next a Chaneys West to Stokers corner thence South with Stokers line one hundred and thirty two poles thence East to the first given line in the settlement and from thence to the Beginning  Also I leave to him a horse colt one year old last spring and a spring colt  Cash fifty dollars and a negro Girl about two years old named Bets.

 

3rd. I leave to my son  Isaac Sowduskey of my landed estate the place where he now lives being the land purchased from David Woods and running over the settlement preemptive line so as to make him and Jacob equal quantity of land each I also leave him a negro boy about 12 or 13 years old at this time named Paris.

 

4th I leave to my son Jacob Sowduskey of my landed Estate all the land lying between Ile Nunn and Isaac Sowduskey and up to a marked corner for Abraham Soduskey the marked trees is a cherry and hacburry and ash thence running East along a conditional line where the fence stands to intersect with the first given line of the settlement but it is to be understood that there must be an equal devision of that bounds of land maid with Isaac Sowduskey first taking woods place for Isaac and then to run on the settlement and preemption to make an equal quantity of land between Isaac Sowoduskey and Jacob Sowduskey and it has been before willed to my beloved wife Marry Soduskey thirty Acres or more to run to the boundry alotted her which she is to have her lifetime and afterwards it is to be Jacob Sanduskys but the division between Isaac & Jacob is not to depend that for Isaac Sandusky is to have his part without that dower I also leave him a negro boy about ten years old named Joe.

 

5th I leave to my son Abraham Sandusky of my landed Estate the place where he now lives on beginning at a black oak on the settlement line thence along said line to the preemption line along said line to the mouth of a lane between Joseph Collins and Caleb Letton thence running west and by the forks of the Creek making a strate line to streak the preemption line thence along the preemption line N W to the settlement and preemption corner Swearengons corner thence running North with the preemption line to Ile Nuns corner thence intersects Jacob Sanduskys line and South on said line to the Cherry tree corner thence Easterley along Jacob Sanduskys line to the beginning also all my Bank stock in the Paris Branch Bank Two negro girls named Tildy & Poll one about six years old and the other about four years old.

 

6th I leave to my daughter Sarrah Parker wife of John Parker of my landed estate beginning at the mouth of the laine between Collins and Letton and running West to streak the preemption line thence South forty degrees East with the Patent? line the corner thence running with the Patton calls? to the beginning Also one negro woman named Fann and two girls names Mill and Murah one about fourteen and the other about eight years of age. Also John Parker my son in law is to have one hundred acres of land purchased from Andrew Swearngone so soon as he procures a deed from the heirs of Swearengons to the heirs of Thomas Sandusky (deceased).

 

7th I leave to the heirs of my son Thomas Sandusky dec'd two hundred acres of land purchased from Andrew Swearengon where the widow now lives. I also leave to my son Jacob Sandusky twenty seven Acres of land a part of Old Nicholas Amos lands purchased from the legatees of said Amos. I leave all my living sons and my son in law John Parker Executors to this my last will and Testiment given under my hand this 16th day of Jany 1819.

 

Witnesses :                         (Signed) James x Sandusky

James McClelland

Thomas March

Edward x Stoker

 

Bourbon County June Court 1819

 

The last will and testament of James Sodowsky deceased being produced into court and proved according to Law by the oath of James McClelland Thomas Marsh and Edward Stoker witnesses thereto and sworn to by Andrew Isaac Jacob and Abram Sodowsky and John Parker the Executors herein named, ordered that the same be recorded. 

 

Thomas P. Smith, Clk Bourbon Co.,

 

Polish Pioneers of Virginia And Kentucky

By Miecislaus Haiman, with notes on Genealogy of the Sadowski Family, by A. Clay Sandusky; Polish Roman Catholic Union of America; Chicago, Illinois, 1937

 

Pg 21

Thanks "to Mr. A. Clay Sandusky of Cincinnati, Ohio, generally recognized as the best authority on the genealogy of the Sandusky Family ..."

 

Pg 54 -77 Chapter IV

 

                       The SADOWSKI FAMILY

 

Pg 63  Isaac and Jacob state " it is understood that his family were stationed on the Potomac in Virginia. Emphraim stated his grandfather's homestead was in the South Branch of the Potomac. Andrew is often mentioned in the court records of Augusta County. He was one of the purchasers of land from Daniel Love at the Gap of the North Mountain in the present county of Broccoli, W. VA., on December 5, 1754.

 

(Ref: Lyman Chalkley "Chronicles of Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virgnia, Vol. 111, Pg 40.)

 

Again on March 30, 1758 he is mentioned as one of the purchasers of some other estate (Ibid, Pg 53) and on August 19, 1761 as purchaser of a part of the estate of William Claypole of that county (Ibid, pg 66). He evidently performed duties of a surveyor, as the court of Augusta County ordered him to lay out a road on March 21, 1759.

 

"This Sadowski is said to have lived along the Old Campbell and Hardy Counties, Virginia. One of his son, James, was born in the last mentioned county in 1748." (Ref: D. A. R. Lineages, Vol. 76, Pg. 101)

 

Pg. 69 " James raised a crop of corn on a tract of land "on a bench of Cooper's Run, a branch of Licking Creek on the West side of the road from Boonesborough, to the Blue Licks and half a mile from Randolphs Lick" which he claimed in 1779 by the right of settlement and Preemption." (Ref. Register of the Kentucky State Historical Society, Vol. 21, Pg 102.) [ This reference was checked by Miss Winifred Beatty, Detroit, Michigan and learned the exact wording was reported except the reference continued on "James received 400 acre's to include such improvement and the preemption of 1000 acres adjoining, and a certificate was issued." (Ref: Ibid, Vol. 31, Pg 306; The American Pioneer, Vol. 11, Pg 325)

 

"Jacob, it seems, continued at Harrodsburg with Col. Abraham Hite and others til Fall of 1777."

 

"Meanwhile, in 1776, his brother Anthony and another Sadowski, Jonathan, came to Kentucky, evidently with the intention of settling there permanently. In any event, both of them made some improvements in the land on the East Fork of Jessamine Creek in the same year. It seems, however, that none of the Sadowski brothers settled in Kentucky for good before the year 1779. Anyhow, James and Jacob spent the year of 1778 at their homes in Virginia. James returned to Kentucky in the Spring of 1779 just in time to take part, together with Anthony, in Col. John Bowman's expedition against the Chillicothe towns ... Jacob appeared again in Kentucky not earlier than December of 1779, and even then remained only till 1780."

 

"About 1780 James, probably with the help of his brothers, built the Sandusky Station on the left bank of Pleasant Creek, etc."

 

Pg 72 

About 1782 Jacob and James removed to Jessamine County. Jacob evidently brought his family over to Kentucky in 1784 (Ref: Draper MSS. Mrs. Shanklin describes extensively the events of their journey) but evidently only part of it, as he was listed as an inhabitant of Hampshire Co., VA., in the first census of 1790? (or perhaps 1782/84). His Virginia household then contained 4 white persons.

 

James settled later in Bourbon Co. and there built his own station on Cane Ridge. (Ref: Collins' History of Kentucky, Vol. 11, Pg 21)

 

After a very active youth the brothers now grew up into respectable farmers and citizens of the commonwealth which they helped to build. There are old records which contain several entries of land in their name in that portion of the state between the years 1780 and 1784.

 

Pgs 78 and 79 - "Supplementary Notes to Chapter lV by A. Clay Sandusky"

 

The following account is by Joseph Brown and is filed in the Marion County, Indiana court records. Joseph Brown was the grandson of Thomas Brown, Revolutionary soldier, whose daughter, Mary Ball Brown, was "married to Captain Sadowski, late of Count Pulaski, Polish Regiment of American Volunteers, in 1780, and removed to Kentucky the same year, where she lived and died. After the death of Pulaski from wounds received in the Battle at Savannah, Georgia, in 1779, the Polish Battalion was disbanded and Captain Sadowski was mustered out of service as supernumerary."

 

Also, see "The Sandusky Family in the United States" by Judge James M. Sandusky.

 

James received a grant of 1000 acres in Fayette County in 1783. In the same year he received an additional grant of 400 acres (Kentucky Land Grants, Jillson, Pgs 123 - 402.)  These grants may have been given for Revolutionary War Service.

 

Pg. 73

Statement is made that "Isaac and Jacob's narratives are the basis for the sketch on the Sadowski family, one of whom lived on the father's station in Bourbon County and the other in Cincinnati as late as 1843."

 

Virginia Soldiers of 1776

Pg 440

 

James Sodowsky (1748-1831): Served as a Private 1779 in the expedition against the Indians in Kentucky He was born in Hardy County, Va. and died in Bourbon County, Kentucky. He married Mary Ball Brown. Their son Jacob Sandusky (1790-1866) married Mourning Bowles.

 

Register of the Kentucky State Historical Society; Volume 31, Pg 306

 

Page 320  -- Complete Record Book "C" --

 

Deposition of James Sodowski, at his own in Bourbon County, 24 April 1810, deposes:-- I came to Kentucky in the year of 1773 and I had no particular place of residence until the summer of 1774 when I and others planted a crop of corn at a place called Fountain Blue, a place about three miles below Harrodsburg and in that year I went back to Virginia and I returned and made a crop of corn at Harrodsburg and in the fall of that year I again went back to Virginia and returned to Kentucky in the spring of 1779 and resided at Harrodsburgh from the time until 1782, principally. The Kentucky river was generally known by that name by the inhabitants before and in the year of 1780. Isaac Hite lived principally at Harrodsburg and at the place called Fountain Blue whilst he was in this country but believe he went to Virginia about the fall of 1776 or 1777 and returned to Kentucky in the fall of the year 1779.

 

Collins History of Kentucky, Vol 11, Page 750

 

"In the year 1776 James Sodowsky, or Sandusky, removed from Virginia to Washington County, and built Sandusky's Station, on Pleasant Run. On the breaking up of Harrold's settlement, in 1774, Jacob Sandusky, a brother of James, and connected with Harrod's settlement, traveled to Cumberland river; and procured a canoe, descended the Cumberland, Ohio, and Mississippi rivers to New Orleans, etc. (same information as in The American Pioneer)

 

Pg 21

 

Stations and Early Settlements of Kentucky

 

"Sandusky's station on Pleasant Run, in Washington, settled by James Sandusky or Sadowsky, in 1776; in 1786 or 87 he removed to Cane Ridge in Bourbon County and settled another station, which was probably known by the name of Cane Ridge."

 

 

History of Bourbon, Scott, Harrison & Nichols Counties, KY. Wm. H. Perrin, Cincinnati; Art Guild Reprints, 1968, Original Publication, 1882.

 

Pg. 538

 

Charles R. Turner, farmer; P. O. Millersburg; born July 15, 1842, to William and Susan A. (Sandusky) Turner; she, born Dec. 16, 1820, to Andrew and Betsey (Culver) Sandusky; she, born in 1783, died in 1846, daughter of Charles and Ellen (Shanks) Culver; he died in Maryland; his widow came to Bourbon County with two children, at an early date. Andrew Sandusky was born Dec. 5, 1781, to James and Mary (Brown) Sandusky; were among the very early settlers of Bourbon County. William Turner was born Feb. 17, 1792, in Lexington, in the fort; his father was William, born Nov. 6, 1752, in MD. The wife of the latter was Martha Ricards, born Aug. 19, 1762; William, Jr., was the seventh child of four sons and seven daughters, the eldest born in 1779, the youngest in 1803; two only are now living, Charles, the youngest, a resident of Bourbon County, and Stacy, a Mrs. Ishmel Daily, residing in Adams County, Illinois. William Turner, the father of our subject, was three times married; first to a Miss Ricards, who died without issue; Second, to Sally Sandusky, who died in 1835; by her there were three children; Martha, a Mrs. Joseph McClelland; Mary Ellen died in childhood; Wm. A., now residing near Kansas City, Mo. By the third marriage there were also three children, by Susan A. Sandusky, a sister to second wife. The children were; Elizabeth, who became the wife of Isaac Bowen, and died in 1855; Sally Lee married Harmon Ayres, who is a prominent stock dealer and farmer in Saline County, MO., and the subject of this sketch, the youngest child of Wm., Jr., who died April 13, 1878, and willing the old homestead to his youngest son, who was married Sept. 10, 1861, to Sally A. Redmon, daughter of Thomas Jefferson and Amanda (Redmon) Redmon, residents of Paris Precinct; they have no children. Mr. Turner remained with his parents engaging in agriculture and mule trading, also paying some attention to Short Horn Cattle. His paternal ancestry were among the very earliest settlers in the country, large land holders, and stood among the leading men at that early day. His father was one of the first distillers in the county, and sold of his first manufacture at 12 1/2 cts. per gallon. They have occupied the same farm since 1792, and at an early date built a house, putting on a shingle roof, which it is supposed, was the first of that style in the county. End

 

 

 

Ref: An old Bourbon Co., KY map drawn by a Bourbon Co., KY genealogy group dtd. ca 1927 shows a James Sandusky site dtd. Prior to 1783 to be just south of Millersburg between Walnut Run and Flat Lick Creek, close to the site of Black's Taveran.

 

Ref: Bourbon Co., KY Court Records, Will Book F, pg. 277, copied 10 Apr. 1973 by Ms. Marilyn Coalla, Tampa, FL – In the name of God Amen I James Sowduskey of the county of Bourbon and State of Kentucky being in a low State of health but sound both in mind and memory and considering the unsertonty of life and sertainity of deth doth make this my last will and Testament.

 

first I bequeath to my beloved wife Marrey Sodusky of my landed estate beginning at the corner of the post and rale fence next the spring being the corner of the yard of Jacob Soduskey and my one running West as far as the land hereafter willed in this will to Jacob Soduskey corner thence South up to Abraham Soduskey corner thence Esterly along the ridge then at right angle to about where the present fence stands on that corse making about thirty Acres or moore this land taken in lew of the land mentioned in the marriage contract that is between me and my wife the exchange maid by her consent which land shee is to hold during her life I also lave my wife all the furniture about the house the gray mare two cowes ten heade of sheep two sows and piggs ten heade all corne and hoes 

 

Secondly I leave my son Andrew Sowduskey of my landed estate beginning at a large forked white Oake next a Chaneys West to Stokers corner thence South with Stokers line one hundred and thirty poles thence East to the first given line in the settlement and from thence to the Beginning  Also I leave to him a horse colt one year old last spring and a spring colt  Cash fifty dollars and a negro Girl about two years old named Bets.

 

3rd I leave to my son Isaac Sowduskey of my landed estate the place where he now lives being the land purchased from David Woods and running over the settlement preemptive line so as to make him and Jacob equal quantity of land each I also leave him a negro boy about 12 or 13 years old at this time named Paris.

 

4th I leave to my son Jacob of my landed Estate all the land lying between Ile Nunn and Isaac Sowduskey and up to a marked corner for Abraham Soduskey the marked trees is a cherry and hacburry and ash thence running East along a conditional line where the fence stands to intersect with the first given line of the settlement but it is to be understood that there must be an equal devision of that bounds of land maid with Isaac Sowduskey first taking wood place for Isaac and then to run on the settlement and preemption to make an equal quantity of land between Isaac Sowoduskey and Jacob Sowduskey and it has been before willed to my beloved wife Marry Soduskey thirty acres or more to run to the boundry alotted her which she is to have her lifetime and afterwards it is to be Jacob Sanduskys but the division between Isaac & Jacob is not to depend that for Isaac Sandusky is to have his part without that dower I also leave him a negro boy about ten years old named Joe.

 

5th I leave to my son Abraham Sandusky of my landed Estate the place where he now lives on beginning at a black oak on the settlement line thence along said line to the preemption line along said line to the mouth of a land between Joseph Collins and Caleb Letton thence running West and by the forks of the Creek making a strate line to streak the preemption corner Swearengons corner thence running North with the preemption line to Ile Nuns corner thence intersects Jacob Sanduskys line and south on said line to the Cherry tree corner thence Easterley along Jacob Sanduskys line to the beginning also all by Bank stock in the Paris Branch bank Two negro girls named Tildy & Poll One about Six years old and the other about four years old.

 

6th I leave to my daughter Sarrah Parker wife of John Parker of my landed estate beginning at the mouth of the laine between Collins and Letton and running West to streak the preemption line thence South forty degrees East with the Patent line the corner thence running with the Patent calls to the beginning  Also one negro woman named Fann and two girls named Mill and Murah one about fourteen and the other about eight years of age.  Also John Parker my son in law is to have one hundred acres of land purchased from Andrew Swearngone so soon as he procures a deed from the heirs of Swearengone to the heirs of Thomas Sandusky (deceased)

 

7th I leave to the heirs of my son Thomas Sandusky dec’d two hundred acres of land purchased from Andrew Swearengon where the widow now lives.  I also leave to my son Jacob Sandusky twenty seven Acres of land a part of Old Nicholas Amos lands purchased from the legatees of said Amos.  I leave all my living sons and my son in law John Parker Executors to this my last will and Testiment given under my hand this 18th day of Jany 1819.

                                                                             his

                                                                   James X Sandusky

                                                                             mark

Witnesses present

James McCleland

Thomas March

            his

Edward X Stoker

      Mark

 

Bourbon County June Court 1819

 

The last will and testament of James Sodowsky being produced into court and proved according to Law by the oath of James McCleland Thomas Marsh and Edward Stoker witnesses thereto and sworn to by Andrew Isaac Jacob and Abram Sodowsky and John Parker the Executors herein named, ordered that the same be recorded.

 

                                                          Att: Thomas P. Smith C.B.C.

                                                                   (Clerk Bourbon Court)

 

    Ch:

     .1 Thomas                                                b. ca      1778            

     .2 Andrew                         b.  5 Dec. 1780

     .3 Sarah                          b. 17 Mar. 1783

     .4 Isaac (twin)                   b.  3 Jan. 1791

     .5 Jacob (twin)                   b.  3 Jan. 1791

     .6 Abraham                        b. 29 Mar. 1793

 

1.1 Sandusky (Sodowsky), Thomas b. ca 1778, Hardy Co., VA, d. prior Jan. 1819, Bourbon Co., KY, m1, 25 Aug. 1807, Bourbon Co., KY to Elizabeth Grafford b. Nov. 1778, VA/KY, d. 10 Nov. 1842, Catlin Twp., Vermilion Co., IL.

 

Ref: Doris Hubble; Joseh R. Brown.

                                                                

    Ch:    

     .1 William Thomas                          b. ca      1808

     .2 Mariah "Maria"                             b. 18 Dec. 1809

     .3 Mary B. "Polly"                            b. 14 Jun. 1810

 

Thomas m2 to Julia Eack b. ca 1792.

 

1.1.1 Sandusky, William Thomas b. ca 1808, Bourbon Co., KY, d. ca 1830, Shelby Co., IL, 22 yrs., md. 7 Feb. 1828, Nicholas Co., KY to Julia Ann Earp b. ca 1807, VA, d. 13 Jun. 1840.

 

Ref: William Thomas moved to Shelby Co. IL in 1829.

 

     Ch:                                   

     .1 dau                          b.

     .2 William Thomas                  b. 11 Mar. 1829

     .3 dau                          b.

 

1.1.1.1 Sandusky, Dau. b.*

 

1.1.1.2 Sandusky, William Thomas b. 11 Mar. 1829, Bourbon Co., KY, d. 2 Apr. 1914, Catlin, Vermilion Co., IL, Farmer, Hotel Owner, md. 1 Dec. 1859/30 Nov. 1860, Shelby Co., IL (SCMR vCp178) to Emily America Clements b. 28 May 1839, Shelbyville, Shelby Co., IL, d/o John & Emily (Livers) Clements.

 

Ref: William moved to Shelby Co., IL in 1839, in 1853 to CA and then returned to Vermilion Co., IL. Also have marriage date of 1 Dec. 1859 for William T. Sandusky and Emily A. Clements. It is likely William Thomas had md. previously.

 

Ref: History of Vermilion Co., IL, pg. 640.

 

Ref: 1860 Vermilion Co., IL census.

 

Ref: 1870 Vermilion Co., IL census.

 

     Ch:

     .1 Maggie                          b. ca         1864

     .2 Katie                           b. ca         1867

     .3 Ann                             b. ca         1856

     .4 Ada                             b.

     .5 Charles                         b.

 

1.1.1.2.1 Sandusky, Maggie b. ca 1864, IN, md. to Mr. Hickman, living 1889. Res. Fairmount, IL.*

 

1.1.1.2.2 Sandusky, Katie b. ca 1867, IL, living in 1889.*

 

1.1.1.2.3 Sandusky, Ann b. ca 1856 (?), IL.*

 

1.1.1.2.4 Sandusky, Ada, dy.*

 

1.1.1.2.5 Sandusky, Charles, dy, 5 mos.*     

 

1.1.1.3 Sandusky, Dau. b.*

 

1.1.2 Sandusky, Mariah “Marrah, "Maria" b. 18 Dec. 1809, Bourbon Co., KY, d. 5 Mar. 1883, Miller Twp., Woodbury Co., IA, bur. Wendell Cem.,  Woodbury Co., IA, md. 15 Sep. 1825, Bourbon Co., KY to Matthew McNear b. 7 Feb. 1801, District of Columbia, d. 3 Dec. 1885, Miller Twp., Miner.

 

Ref: Gene McNear – Matthew McNear b. Paris, Bourbon Co., KY.

 

Ref: (1977) Mary H. Ellsworth, P. O. Box 195, Sergeants Bluff, IA 51054 – The family apparently moved from Bourbon Co., KY to Vermilion Co., IL, to Shelby Co., IL, to Dubuque Co., IA and then to Woodbury Co., IA.

 

Ref: Mrs. Mariah McNear, The Sioux City Daily News, Sioux City, IA, Wed., 7 Mar. 1893.

 

"Mrs. Mariah McNear, wife of Matthew McNear, died at the residence of her son, Thomas McNear, in Miller Twp., on Monday evening, aged 74 years. She was the Mother of Frank McNear and Mrs. Charles Moote of this city; Thomas NcNear: Mrs. H. F. Skinner of Wakefield, NE; Mrs. L. Fuller and Mrs. Delilah Squires of Sioux Twp.; Mrs. Henry Rybolt of Winslow, Stephenson Co., IL. The deceased was one of the oldest residents of Iowa, having come to Dubuque in 1839. In 1869 she moved to Woodbury Co., IA and has resided here since. She has been a sufferer from blindness for several years and was literally an invalid."

 

Note re Obit: Several children omitted from the obit.; James D. McNear and Isabel Hiller among those living and two sons, Ambrose & Alexander who d.y. Also, she came to Dubuque in 1835/36 and to Woodbury Co. in 1868.

 

Ref: 1850 Dubuque Co., IA census; Dist 7; 1446/1499; 2 Dec. 1850.

 

Ref: 1860 Dubuque Co., IA census; Dubuque City, pg. 302; 2185/2210. Ck! Pg. 660.

 

The 1860 Dubuque Co., IA lists Mathew McNear, 58 yrs. old,  born in D. C.; Miner, $110,000 real estate value & $100 value personal estate.

 

Ref: 1870 Sioux City Twp., Woodbury Co., IA census, pg. 349. Ck!

 

     Ch:                                 

     .1 Elizabeth J.                                 b. 11 Sep. 1826

     .2 Isabelle Ann                                 b. 29 Mar. 1827

     .3 William Thomas                           b.  9 Dec. 1830

     .4 James David                      b. 24 Nov. 1832

     .5 Ambrose                         b.

     .6 Alexander                       b.

     .7 Mary E.                         b. ca      1839

     .8 Delila                          b.  6 Aug. 1841    

     .9 Henry Francis "Frank"           b. 22 Dec. 1844

    .10 Catherine Eliza                 b. ca      1847

    .11 Georgiana                                   b. ca      1851

 

1.1.2.1 McNear, Elizabeth J. b. 11 Sep. 1826, Paris, Bourbon Co., KY, d. 31 Oct. 1910, Winslow, IL.

    

1.1.2.2 McNear, Isabelle Ann b. 29 Mar. 1828, Paris, Bourbon Co., KY, d. 3 May 1864, Dubuque, Dubuque Co., IA, md. 25 Apr. 1848, Dubuque Co., IA to George Peter Hiller b. 25 Apr. 1820, Bavaria, d. 14 Aug. 1901, s/o Nicholas & Helen (Miller) Hiller.

 

Ref: Isabelle’s name also spelled Esabelle. Isabelle’s birthdate has been given as 29 Mar. 1827 but that would be too soon so I have given 1828 as her birthdate, which may be wrong.

 

Ref: IA Marriage Records, Ancestry.com – G. P. Hilles md. 25 Apr. 1848, Dubuque Co., IA to Isabella Mcnear.

 

Ref: Stephen A. Walling.

     

    Ch:                    

     .1 Mariah Helena                              b.  6 Jan. 1849

 

1.1.2.2.1 Hiller, Mariah Helena b. 6 Jan. 1849, Dubuque, Dubuque Co., IA, d. 5 Jan. 1925, Anthon, Woodbury Co., IA, bur. St. Joseph’s Cem., Anthon, md. 7 Nov. 1865 to Herman Henry Walling b. 11 Apr. 1842, Munster, Germany, d. 29 Jul. 1891, Anthon, IA, s/o Bernard & Mary Ann (Funk)/?(Frank) Walling.

 

Ref: Stephen A. Walling.

 

    Ch:                     

     .1 William Frank                              b. 17 Oct. 1875

 

1.1.2.2.1.1 Walling, William Frank b. 17 Oct. 1875, Oto, Miller Twp., Woodbury Co., IA, d. 24 Feb. 1938, Long Beach CA, bur. Anthon, Woodbury Co., IA, md. 24 Sep. 1907 to Mary Josephine Galvin b. 4 Apr. 1885, Danburg, IA, d. 7 Nov. 1964, Anthon, IA, d/o Jeremiah & Ellen (McGrath) Galvin.

 

Ref: Stephen A. Walling.

 

Ref: SSDI – Mary Walling b. 4 Apr. 1885, d. Nov. 1964, issued CT prior 1951.

 

    Ch:  

     .1 Armand Leo                                 b.  7 Dec. 1914

 

1.1.2.2.1.1.1 Walling, Armand Leo b. 7 Dec. 1914, Anthon, Woodbury Co., IA, d. 21 Nov. 1966, Los Angeles, CA, md. 30 Oct. 1946 to Wilma Cecelia Mathers b. 11 Mar. 1916, Kingsley, IA, d/o William Charles & Mary Madeline (Fidler) Mathers.

 

Ref: Stephen A. Walling.

 

Ref: SSDI – Armand Walling b. 7 Dec. 1914, d. Nov. 1966, issued IA prior 1951.

 

    Ch: 

     .1 Stephen Anthony                          b. 24 Jul. 1948

 

1.1.2.2.1.1.1.1 Walling, Stephen Anthony b. 24 Jul. 1948, Los Angeles, CA, md. 22 Apr. 1978 to Donna Rae Allen b. 28 Jun. 1949, Los Angeles, CA. Res. 36 Dad’s Lane, Stamford, CT.

 

    Ch:                     

     .1 infant                                          b. d.y.*

     .2 Emma Verna                       b.

 

1.1.2.2.1.1.1.1.2 Walling, Emma Verna md. to Mr. Merritt.*

 

1.1.2.3 McNear, William Thomas b. 9 Dec. 1830, Shelbyville, Shelby Co., IL, d. 28 Feb. 1915, Correctionville, Woodbury Co., IA.

 

Ref: William’s birthdate given by Gene McNear as 8 Oct. 1830.

 

Ref: 1870 2 ward, Dubuque Twp., Dubuque Co., IA census, pg. 103. Ck!

 

1.1.2.4 McNear, James David b. 24 Nov. 1832, Shelbyville, Shelby Co., IL, d. 12 Oct. 1895, Anthon, Woodbury Co., IA, bur. Oto, Woodbury Co., IA, Miner, Wagon Master, md. 5 Oct. 1855 to Elizabeth “Eliza” Jane Smith b. 22 Apr. 1831/6, KY, d. 29 Jul. 1889, Woodbury Co., IA.

 

Ref: Mary H. Ellsworth, P. O. Box 195, Sgt. Bluff, IA 51054.

 

The 1860 Dubuque Co., IA Census lists James McNear, 26, Miner, b. IL, $11,000 value real estate, $100 value personal estate.

 

Ref: 1860 Dubuque Co., IA Census, Pg. 302, 2184/2109.

 

Ref: 1860 Dubuque Twp., Dubuque Co., IA census, pg. 660. Ck!

 

Ref: 1870 Sioux City Twp., Woodbury Co., IA census, pg. 349. Ck!

 

    Ch:                                               

     .1 Maria Jane                         b. 27 Aug. 1857

     .2 Catherine                          b.         1859

     .3 William                         b.         1862

     .4 James Joseph                    b.  6 Sep. 1864

     .5 Thomas L.                       b.  6 Mar. 1867

     .6 Henry                           b. 24 May  1870

     .7 Minnie May                      b. 14 Feb. 1872

     .8 Della                           b.  8 May  1874

     .9 George                          b.  6 May  1875

    .10 Fred                            b. 18 Dec. 1876

          .11 Richard                                          b. 11 Sep. 1878

 

1.1.2.4.1 McNear, Maria Jane b. 27 Aug. 1857, IA, d. 22 Dec. 1926, Oto, Woodbury Co., IA.*

      

1.1.2.4.2 McNear, Catherine b. ca 1859, IA, d. pr 1870, 11 yrs.*

 

1.1.2.4.3 McNear, William b. ca 1862.

 

1.1.2.4.4 McNear, James Joseph b. 6 Sep. 1864, Anthon, Woodbury Co., IA, d. Jan. 1938, Anthon, Woodbury Co., IA, bur Anthon, Farmer, md. to Fannie Phillips.

 

Ref: Glen McNear indicates that James Joseph md. to Fannie Mathews b. NY, d. 10 Aug. 1909, Onawa, Monona Co., IA.

 

          Ch:

          .1 Lester (twin)                                   b. ca   1900

          .2 Ethel (twin)                                     b. ca   1900

          .3 Elizabeth “Liza”                              b. ca  

          .4 Norah                                                       b.

          .5 George                                                     b.

          .6 Infant (twin)                                    b.

          .7 Infant (twin)                                    b.

          .8 Infant (twin)                                    b.

          .9 Infant (twin)                                    b.

   .10 Infant (twin)                               b.              

 

1.1.2.4.4.1 McNear, Lester (twin) b. 1 Sep. 1900, Monona Co., IA, d. 5 Oct. 1973, Homer, NE, bur. Anthon, Woodbury Co., IA, Farmer, Mechanic, Catholic., md. 19 Apr. 1927, Anthon, to Marie King b. 5 Sep. 1902, Woodbury Co., IA, d. 2 Feb. 1986, Homer, d/o A. J. & Mary Elizabeth (McDermott) King.

 

Ref: SSDI – Lester McNear b. 27 Sep. 1900, d. Oct. 1973, res. 78741, issued IA; Marie McNear b. 4 Sep. 1902, d. Feb. 1986, Homer, Dakota Co., NE 68030, issued IA.

 

          Ch:

          .1 William                                           b.  9 Aug. 1936

          .2 Richard                                           b.  1 Jan. 1938

          .3 Patricia                                           b.  3 Jun. 1940

 

1.1.2.4.4.1.1 McNear, William b. 9 Aug. 1936, Anthon, Woodbury Co., IA, Farmer, Feed & Seed Store Owner, Catholic, md. 27 Apr. 1957, Salix, IA to Donna Peterson b. 25 Oct. 1938, d/o Harry & Ione (Ferdig) Peterson.

 

Ref: Gene McNear – William graduated from Lutton High School, Lutton, IA.

 

          Ch:

          .1 Roland                                                      b. ca   1957

          .2 Carla                                                        b. ca   1959

          .3 Thomas                                                     b. ca   1962

          .4 Daniel                                                       b. ca   1967

          .5 LeAnn                                                       b. ca   1969

          .6 Christopher                                               b.  8 Aug. 1979

 

1.1.2.4.4.1.1.1 McNear, Roland b. 24 Sep. 1957, Sioux City, Woodbury Co., IA, Farmer, Manufacturing Supervisor, Catholic, md. 4 Jun. 1988 to Lynda Salsness b. 4 Jan. 1952, Sioux City, d/o Arthur & Lillian (Rysta) Salsness. Roland & Lynda adopted Kari b. 20 Dec. 1978, Sioux City, IA, Customer Service Mgr., Wayne State College, Graduate, Catholic, m/o Wilhelmenia b. 17 Jun. 1999, Sioux City.

 

          Ch:

          .1 David                                                       b. 15 Sep. 1978

          .2 Jena                                                         b.  6 Mar. 1981

 

1.1.2.4.4.1.1.1.1 McNear, David b. 15 Sep. 1978, Osmond, NE, Mechanic, Catholic.

 

Ref: Gene McNear – David graduated from Lawton-Bronson High and from a 2 yr. course from Western IA Technical majoring in Diesel Mechanics.

 

1.1.2.4.4.1.1.1.2 McNear, Jena b. 6 Mar. 1981, Yankton, SD.

 

Ref: Gene McNear – Jena graduated from Ponca High and Western IA Technical.

 

1.1.2.4.4.1.1.2 McNear, Carla b. 4 Mar. 1959, Sioux City, Woodbury Co., IA, Homemaker, Catholic, md. 6 Jun. 1981, St. Peters Church, Newcastle, NE to James Jensen b. 28 Sep. 1956.

 

Ref: Gene McNear – Carla graduated from Newcastle High and Western IA Technical with a major in Secretarial.

 

          Ch:

          .1 Michelle                                          b. 24 Jan. 1983

          .2 Andrew                                                     b.  3 Mar. 1986

          .3 Ryan                                                         b. 12 Jun. 1998

 

1.1.2.4.4.1.1.2.1 Jensen, Michelle b. 24 Jan. 1983, Sioux City, Woodbury Co., IA.*

 

1.1.2.4.4.1.1.2.2 Jensen, Andrew b. 3 Mar. 1986, Sioux City, Woodbury Co., IA.*

 

1.1.2.4.4.1.1.2.3 Jensen, Ryan b. 12 Jun. 1998, Littleton, CO.*

 

1.1.2.4.4.1.1.3 McNear, Thomas b. 21 Jul. 1962, Sioux City, Woodbury Co., IA, Carpenter, Catholic, md. 6 Oct. 1984 to Cindy Andreson b. 7 Sep. 1963, Denver, CO.

 

Ref: Gene McNear – Thomas graduated from Newcastle High.

 

          Ch:

          .1 Caleb                                                       b.  4 Jul. 1986

          .2 Melissa                                            b.  3 Sep. 1993

 

1.1.2.4.4.1.1.3.1 McNear, Caleb b. 4 Jul. 1986, Wayne, NE.*

 

1.1.2.4.4.1.1.3.2 McNear, Melissa b. 3 Sep. 1993, Wayne, NE.*

 

1.1.2.4.4.1.1.4 McNear, Daniel b. 15 Jun. 1967, Wakefield, NE, Diesel Mechanic, Catholic.

 

Ref: Gene McNear – Daniel graduated from Newcastle High and Western IA Technical majoring in Diesel Mechanics, md. 5 Oct. 1996, Ponca, NE to Brenda Smith b. 6 Nov. 1964, Sioux City, Woodbury Co., IA.

 

          Ch:

          .1 Travis                                                       b.  9 Dec. 1987*

          .2 Nicholos                                          b. 11 Nov. 1998*

 

1.1.2.4.4.1.1.5 McNear, LeAnn b. 21 Oct. 1969, Wakefield, NE, Homemaker, Sales, Reformed, md. 16 Feb. 1991, 1st Christian Reformed, Sioux City, Woodbury Co., IA to Daniel Attema b. 27 Jan. 1968, Sioux City, IA.

 

Ref: Gene McNear – LeAnn was a graduate of Newcastle High.

 

          Ch:

          .1 Jeremy                                                     b.  1 Apr. 1996

          .2 Larissa                                            b. 25 Apr. 1997

 

1.1.2.4.4.1.1.5.1 Attema, Jeremy b. 1 Apr. 1996, Sioux City, Woodbury Co., IA.*

 

1.1.2.4.4.1.1.5.2 Attema, Larissa b. 25 Apr. 1997, Sioux City, Woodbury Co., IA.*

 

1.1.2.4.4.1.1.6 McNear, Christopher b. 8 Aug. 1979, Wakefield, NE, Manufacturing Employee, Catholic.

 

Ref: Gene McNear – Christopher graduated from Newcastle High School.

 

1.1.2.4.4.1.2 McNear, Richard b. 1 Jan. 1938, Anthon, Woodbury Co., IA, Farmer, County Maintance Worker, Catholic, md. 13 Sep. 1958 to Mary Ann Engel b. 12 Jun. 1939.

 

          Ch:

          .1 Tim                                                b. ca   1959

          .2 Pam                                                         b. ca   1961

          .3 Patrick                                            b. ca   1970

 

1.1.2.4.4.1.2.1 McNear, Tim b. 16 Mar. 1996, Baker, Catholic, md. Dec. 1989 to Kim Brandt. Tim also has two stepdaughters, Virginia and Elizabeth.

 

          Ch:

          .1 Joshua                                                      b.  8 Feb. 1981*

          .2 Jamie                                                       b. 12 Jun. 1983*

          .3 Michelle                                          b. 23 Aug. 1985*

          .4 Stephanie                                        b. 16 Aug. 1990*

         

1.1.2.4.4.1.2.2 McNear, Pam b. 27 Oct. 1961, Cake Decorator, Catholic, md. Sep. 1981 to Mark Parker.

 

          Ch:

          .1 Nicole                                                      b. 20 Aug. 1984*

          .2 Clinton                                            b. 29 Sep. 1991*

 

1.1.2.4.4.1.2.3 McNear, Patrick b. 12 Mar. 1970, Catholic, md. 14 Sep. 1995, Sioux City, Woodbury Co., IA to Shalon Major, div. 15 Sep. 1999, Dakota Co., NE.

 

Ref: Gene McNear – Patrick attended 2 yrs. of college.

 

          Ch:

          .1 Keyan                                                       b.  6 Apr. 1996*

 

1.1.2.4.4.1.3 McNear, Patricia b. 3 Jun. 1940, Anthon, Woodbury Co., IA, Department Store Sales Manager, Catholic, md. 5 Sep. 1959 to David Donnelly b. 11 Sep. 1940.

 

          Ch:

          .1 Vance                                                       b. ca   1960

          .2 Victoria                                           b. ca   1962

          .3 Chad                                                        b. ca   1967

          .4 Carman                                                     b. ca   1968

 

1.1.2.4.4.1.3.1 Donnelly, Vance b. 7 Jun. 1960, Sioux City, Woodbury Co., IA, Reefer Air Conditioner Technician, Catholic, md. 16 Apr. 1982, South Sioux City, NE to Kathleen Mahon.

 

          Ch:

          .1 Stephanie                                        b.  6 Aug. 1983

          .2 Katie                                                        b. 21 Nov. 1984

          .3 Amanda Jo                                                b. 26 Dec. 1987

          .4 Tyler                                                        b. 12 Jan. 1989

 

1.1.2.4.4.1.3.1.1 Donnelly, Stephanie b. 6 Aug. 1983.*

 

1.1.2.4.4.1.3.1.2 Donnelly, Katie b. 21 Nov. 1984*

 

1.1.2.4.4.1.3.1.3 Donnelly, Amanda Jo b. 26 Dec. 1987, d. 26 Dec. 1987.*

 

1.1.2.4.4.1.3.1.4 Donnelly, Tyler b. 12 Jan. 1989.*

 

1.1.2.4.4.1.3.2 Donnelly, Victoria b. 27 Oct. 1962, Homemaker, Catholic, md. 5 Dec. 1981, South Sioux City, NE to Gary Olson b. 15 Sep. 1961.

 

          Ch:

          .1 Trenton                                           b. 31 Aug. 1992*

          .2 Tanner                                                      b.  1 Nov. 1994*

 

1.1.2.4.4.1.3.3 Donnelly, Chad b. 5 Jan. 1967, Laborer, Catholic, md. 5 Apr. 1997, South Sioux City, NE to Melissa Brooks b. 16 Aug. 1973.

 

          Ch:

          .1 DaCota                                                     b.  4 Sep. 1995*

 

1.1.2.4.4.1.3.4 Donnelly, Carman b. 23 Nov. 1968, Sales Associate, Catholic, Wayne State College, md. 16 Sep. 1995, Ponca, NE to Brian Schweers b. 9 Apr. 1968.

 

          Ch:

          .1 Holden                                                      b. 27 Mar. 1998*

 

1.1.2.4.4.2 McNear, Ethel b.*

 

1.1.2.4.4.3 McNear, Elizabeth “Liza” b.*

 

1.1.2.4.4.4 McNear, George b., d.y.*

 

1.1.2.4.4.5 McNear, Infant (twin) b.*

 

1.1.2.4.4.6 McNear, Infant (twin) b.*

 

1.1.2.4.4.7 McNear, Infant (twin) b.*

 

1.1.2.4.4.8 McNear, Infant (twin) b.*

 

1.1.2.4.4.9 McNear, Infant (twin) b.*

 

1.1.2.4.4.10 McNear, Infant (twin) b.*

 

1.1.2.4.5 McNear, Thomas L. b. 6 Mar. 1867, d. 21 Jul. 1908, Sioux City, Woodbury Co., IA.*

 

1.1.2.4.6 McNear, Henry b. 24 May 1870, Oto, Woodbury Co., IA, d. 6 Feb. 1957, Oto, Woodbury Co., IA.*

 

1.1.2.4.7 McNear, Minnie May b. 14 Feb. 1872, Anthon, Woodbury Co., IA, d. 10 Apr. 1963, Sioux City, Woodbury Co., IA, bur. Sioux City, IA, md. 2 Jul. 1893, Anthon, to Benjamin Franklin Dicus b. 2 May 1863, Putnam Co., OH, d. 28 Apr. 1943, Sioux City, IA, bur. Sioux City, s/o Harry & Elizabeth (???) Dicus.

 

Ref: James R. Brown; Mrs. M. H. Ellsworth, Sgt. Bluffs, IA (8 Mar. 1977).

       

    Ch:  

     .1 James Henry                     b.  7 Dec. 1896

     .2 Della I.                        b. 17 Feb. 1898

     .3 William B.                                   b. 30 Mar. 1899

     .4 Hazel E.                                      b. 10 Jan. 1901

     .5 Jenny M.                                     b. 29 Dec. 1902

     .6 Albert                                         b.  2 Jun. 1904

     .7 Rose L.                         b. 11 Jun. 1906

     .8 Jane L.                         b. 16 Jul. 1910

 

1.1.2.4.7.1 Dicus, James Henry b. 7 Dec. 1896, Anthon, Woodbury Co., IA, m1, to ???.

 

James Henry m2, 30 Mar. 1921, Anthon, to Julia A. Clausen.

 

Ref: Per Ms. Ellsworth, James Dicus had 10 children.

 

Ref: SSDI - James H. Dicus b. 7 Dec. 1894, d. Sep. 1977, Sioux City, Woodbury Co., IA 51104.

 

1.1.2.4.7.2 Dicus, Della I. b. 17 Feb. 1898, Anthon, Woodbury Co., IA.*

 

1.1.2.4.7.3 Dicus, William B. b. 30 Mar. 1899, Anthon, Woodbury Co., IA, md. 21 Oct. 1934 to Mary Murphy.

 

Ref: Per Ms. Ellsworth, William had 3 children.

 

Ref: SSDI – William Dicus b. 30 Mar. 1899, d. Dec. 1978, Sioux City, Woodbury Co., IA 51104; Mary Dicus b. 2 Jan. 1900, d. Mar. 1990, issued IA. Ck!

 

1.1.2.4.7.4 Dicus, Hazel E. b. 10 Jan. 1901, Anthon, Woodbury Co., IA, md. 22 Dec. 1919 to Dick Burright.

 

Ref: Per Ms. Ellsworth, Hazel had 8 children.

 

Ref: SSDI – Hazel Burright b. 11 Jan. 1901, d. Jun. 1984, Sioux City, Woodbury Co., IA 51103.

 

1.1.2.4.7.5 Dicus, Jenny M. b. 29 Dec. 1902, Anthon, Woodbury Co., IA.*

 

1.1.2.4.7.6 Dicus, Albert b. 2 Jun. 1904, Anthon, Woodbury Co., IA, md. to Eleanor Alwell.

 

RefL SSDI – Albert Dicus b. 18 Jan. 1904, d. Oct. 1979, 48072, issued MI. Ck!

 

1.1.2.4.7.7 Dicus, Rose L. b. 11 Jun. 1905, Anthon, Woodbury Co., IA, m1 to ???.

 

Rose L. m2, 20 Oct. 1934 to Floyd Caldwell.

 

Ref: Ms. Ellsworth – Rose had 3 children.

 

1.1.2.4.7.8 Dicus, Jane L. b. 16 Jul. 1910, Anthon, Woodbury Co., IA, md. 13 Mar. 1945 to Paul Barnett.

 

Ref: Ms. Ellsworth – Jane L. had 3 children.

 

1.1.2.4.8 McNear, Della b. 8 May 1874, Oto, Woodbury Co., IA, d. 15 Oct. 1938, Oto.*

 

1.1.2.4.9 McNear, George b. 6 May 1875, Oto, Woodbury Co., IA, md. to Ednah Myers.*

 

1.1.2.4.10 McNear, Fred b. 18 Dec. 1876, Anthon, Woodbury Co., IA, d. 27 Jul. 1966, Sioux City, IA, bur. Sioux City, md. 27 Jan. 1915 to Emma J. Howell.

 

Ref: SSDI – Fred McNear b. 18 Dec. 1876, d. Jul. 1966, 51118, issued IA prior 1951.

 

1.1.2.4.11 McNear, Richard b. 11 Sep. 1878, Anthon, Woodbury Co., IA, d. 27 Dec. 1960, Anthon, md. to Mary ??? b. ca 1883, d. 27 Dec. 1960.*

 

1.1.2.5 McNear, Ambrose b., dy.*

 

1.1.2.6 McNear, Alexander b., dy.*

 

1.1.2.7 McNear, Mary E. b. ca 1839, Shelbyville, Shelby Co., IL, d. ca 1915, Oto, Woodbury Co., IA, m1 to Alfred Cook b. ca 1830, NJ, Bricklayer.

 

Ref: Mary E.’s birthdate also given as 1835.

 

Ref: Ms. Cole.

 

Ref: 1870 Dubuque Co., IA Census; Ward 5, Pg. 9; 64/60.

 

    Ch: 

     .1 Mathew                         b. ca      1858

     .2 Maria (Rena)                   b. ca      1861

     .3 William                        b. ca      1864

     .4 George                         b. ca      1866

     .5 Charles                        b.

    

Mary m2, ca 1878 to Homer Skinner b. ca 1831, NY, d. IA.

      

     .6 Don de Vere                    b. 12 Apr. 1879

       

1.1.2.7.1 Cook, Mathew b. ca 1858, IA.*

         

1.1.2.7.2 Cook, Maria "Rena" b. ca 1861, IA.*

 

1.1.2.7.3 Cook, William b. ca 1864, IA.*

 

1.1.2.7.4 Cook, George b. ca 1866.*

 

1.1.2.7.5 Cook, Charles b.*

 

1.1.2.7.6 Skinner, Don de Vere b. 12 Apr. 1879, Leeds, Little Sioux, IA, d. 4 Jun. 1942, Long Beach, CA, md. 5 Nov. 1905 to Florence Julia Thomas b. 23 Nov. 1883, Gowrie, IA, d. 24 Nov. 1953, Long Beach, CA.

 

Ref: Mrs. Dorothy Cole.

 

    Ch: 

     .1 Lynn Homer                      b.

     .2 Dorothy Donna                   b. 29 Aug. 1907

     .3 Gloria Frances                  b.

     .4 Derrald Thomas                  b.

 

1.1.2.7.6.1 Skinner, Lynn Homer.*

         

1.1.2.7.6.2 Skinner, Dorothy Donna b. 29 Aug. 1907, Lamoure Co., ND, d. Apr. 1992, Laguna Beach, Orange Co., CA, m1, 17 Jul. 1928, Long Beach, CA to George Edward Kent b. ca 1905, div. 12 Sep. 1930, Long Beach, CA.

 

Ref: Dorothy’s DAR No. is 472748; Dorothy Cole.

 

Ref: SSDI - Dorothy Cole b. 29 Aug. 1907, d. Apr. 1992, Laguna Beach, Orange Co., CA 92651, issued CA.

 

Dorothy m2, 7 Sep. 1931, Carson City, Lyon Co., NV to McClellan Cole b. 4 Sep. 1901, Minneapolis, KS

          

    Ch:                      

     .1 Ann Elizabeth                     b.

 

1.1.2.7.6.2.1 Cole, Ann Elizabeth md. to John Dwyer.

 

    Ch: 

     .1 Matthew                         b.*

 

1.1.2.7.6.3 Skinner, Gloria Frances b.*

 

1.1.2.7.6.4 Skinner, Derrald Thomas b.*

 

1.1.2.8 McNear, Delila b. 6 Aug. 1841, Dubuque Co., IA, d. 14 Nov. 1928, md. to Will Squires.*

 

1.1.2.9 McNear, Henry Francis "Frank" b. 22 Dec. 1844, Dubuque Co., IA, d. 29 Aug. 1926, Maquoketa, Jackson Co., IA.

 

Ref: 1870 Sioux City Twp., Woodbury Co., IA census, pg. 349. Ck!

 

1.1.2.10 McNear, Catherine Eliza b. ca 1847, Dubuque Co., IA, md. to Edward S. Gates.

         

    Ch: 

     .1 Adalla F.                            b.

 

1.1.2.10.1 Gates, Adalla F. md. to William Weir.

 

    Ch:  

     .1 William                             b.

 

1.1.2.10.1.1 Weir, William md. to Florence Drew.

 

    Ch:  

     .1 Dolores                         b. 10 Nov. 1915

                                       

1.1.2.10.1.1.1 Weir, Dolores b. 10 Nov. 1915, d. May 1985, Sioux City, Woodbury Co., IA, md. Robert E. Coney b. 30 Aug. 1915, d. 21 Dec. 1996, Sioux City, s/o Robert William & Artie Odessa (Norton) Coney. Res., 1961, 2627 Myrtle, Sioux City, IA.

 

Ref: SSDI - Dolores Coney b. 10 Nov. 1915, d. May 1985, Sioux City, Woodbury Co., IA 51103, issued IA; Robert Coney b. 30 Aug. 1915, d. 21 Dec. 1996, Sioux City, Woodbury Co., IA 51103, issued IA.

 

    Ch:                      

     .1 Robert James                     b. 17 Jan. 1937

 

1.1.2.10.1.1.1.1 Coney, Robert James b. 17 Jan. 1937.*

 

1.1.2.11 McNear, Georgiana (Georgeann) b. ca 1851, Dubuque Co., IA, md. to L. Fuller.*

 

1.1.3 Sandusky, Mary B. "Polly" b. 14 Jun. 1810, Bourbon Co., KY, d. 31 May 1851/14 Aug. 1853, Catlin Twp., Vermilion Co., IL, bur. Pvt. Cem., Sec. 23, Catlin Twp., md. 29 Nov. 1831, Vermilion Co., IL to Thomas N. Wright b. ca 1812, KY, d. 18 Nov. 1872, Catlin, IL, bur. Pvt. Cem,, Farmer, s/o Hugh & Mary Ann (???) Wright. 

 

Ref: Mrs. Blanche Swindall, Doris Hubble.

 

Ref: Beckwith – History of Vermilion Co., IL.

 

Ref: 1850 Vermilion Co., IL census, dtd. 21 Nov. 1850, dist. 21, pg. 266; 161.

 

Wright, Thomas,       39, b. KY, Farmer, RE $3400

  "   , Mary,         40, b. KY

  "   , Elizabeth,    18, b. IL

  "   , Sandusky,     15, b. IL

  "   , Mary J.,      10, b. IL

  "   , Thomas,     6/12, b. IL

  "   , Lewis Parker, 17, b. IL

Wright, Mary Ann,     74, b. PA

                                 

Ref: 1860 Catlin, Catlin Twp., Vermilion Co., IL census, dtd. 15 Jun. 1860, pg. 83; 604/604.

 

Wright, Thomas N., 48, b. KY, Farmer, RE $9450, PE $850

  "   , Nancy I.,  33, b. IN

  "   , Thomas T., 10, b. IL

  "   , Henry C.,   4, b. IL

  "   , Joseph,     2, b. IL

  "   , Martha,     1, b. IL

Dougherty, Joseph, 78, b. VA,    Blacksmith, PE $80

Jones, Joseph,     21, b. Wales, Farm Hand,  PE $300

Neoile?, Emily,    10, b. IL

 

Ref: 1870 Catlin, Catlin Twp., Vermilion Co., IL census, dtd. 20 Jul. 1870, pg. 27; 199/199.

 

Wright, Thomas, 58, b. KY, Farmer

  "   , Nancy,  39, b. IN, Kp Hse

  "   , Thomas, 20, b. IL, Farm Laborer

  "   , Henry,  14, b. IL, Farm Laborer

Irving, Hannah, 12, b. IL

 

    Ch: 

     .1 Elizabeth Ann                     b. 22 Sep. 1832

     .2 Sandusky B.                     b.  2 Jan. 1836

     .3 William James Patterson         b. 17 Feb. 1839

     .4 Mary Jane                       b. 28 Sep. 1840

     .5 Thomas T.                       b.  7 Mar. 1850

 

Thomas m2 Nancy I. b. ca 1827, IN and had several children among whom were Henry C. b. ca 1856, IL, Joseph b. ca 1858, IL and Martha b. ca 1859, IL.

 

1.1.3.1 Wright, Elizabeth Ann b. 22 Sep. 1832, Catlin Twp., Vermilion Co., IL, md. 22 Aug. 1855 to Albert G. Olmsted b. ca 1831, NY, Superintendent of Vermilion Co. Poor Farm.

 

Ref: 1860 Danville, Catlin Twp., Vermilion Co., IL census, dtd. 15 Jun. 1860, pg. 87; 632/632.

 

Olmsted, Albert,     28, b. NY, Farmer, PE $800

  "    , Elizabeth,  27, b. IL

  "    , Mary Bell,   3, b. IL

  "    , Charlie, 10/12, b. IL

???,     George,     18, b. IL, Farm Hand

 

Ref: 1870 Catlin, Catlin Twp., Vermilion Co., IL census, dtd. 20 Jul. 1870, pg. 26; 187/187.

 

Olmsted, Albert,    39, b. NY, Poor Farm Supt., RE$13600, PE$1500

  "    , Elizabeth, 37, b. IL, Kp Hse

  "    , Belle,     13, b. IL

  "    , Charles,   11, b. IL

  "    , William,    9, b. IL

  "    , George,     5, b. IL

  "    , Albert,            2, b. IL

Canady,  John,      24, b. OH, Farm Laborer

 

Ref: 1880 Catlin Twp., Vermilion Co., IL census, dtd. 2 Jun. 1880, dist. 207, pg. 3; 23/23.

 

Olmstead, A. G.,      49, b. NY, Farmer, F b. MA, M b. VT

  "     , Elizabeth,  47, b. IL, Wife, Kp Hse, parents b. KY

  "     , Mary B.,    22, b. IL, Dau., At Home

  "     , Charles E., 21, b. IL, Son,  Farm Laborer

  "     , William,    18, b. IL, Son,  Store Clerk

  "     , George E.,  15, b. IL, Son,  At Home

  "     , Albert P.,  12, b. IL, Son,  At Home

{Children's F b. NY, M b. IL)         

 

    Ch:  

     .1 Mary Belle                                   b. ca      1857

     .2 Charles E.                                   b. ca      1859

     .3 William                             b. ca      1861

     .4 George E.                                   b. ca      1865

     .5 Albert P.                            b. ca      1868

 

1.1.3.1.1 Olmsted, Mary Belle b. ca 1857, IL.*

              

1.1.3.1.2 Olmsted, Charles E. b. ca 1859, IL.*

 

1.1.3.1.3 Olmsted, William b. ca 1861, IL.*

 

1.1.3.1.4 Olmsted, George E. b. ca 1865, IL.*

 

1.1.3.1.5 Olmsted, Albert P. b. ca 1868, IL.*

 

1.1.3.2 Wright, Sandusky B. b. 2 Jan. 1836, Catlin Twp., Vermilion Co., IL, d. 7 Jan. 1862. Sandusky was a 1st Sergeant with the 35th Illinois Infantry Volunteers. He enlisted in July 1861 and was wounded on 31 Dec. 1861 at the battle of Stone River. He died in the hospital and was buried nearby.*

                                       

1.1.3.3 Wright, William James Patterson b. 17 Feb. 1839, Catlin Twp., Vermilion Co., IL, d. Sep. 1839.*

 

1.1.3.4 Wright, Mary Jane b. 28 Sep. 1840, Sec. 23, Catlin Twp., Vermilion Co., IL, d. 30 Dec. 1927, Danville, Vermilion Co., IL., bur. Oakridge Cem., Catlin, IL, md. 30 May 1858, Danville to Lemuel P. Culp b. 14 Mar. 1835, Rising Sun, Ohio Co., IN, d. 9 Nov. 1908, Catlin Twp., bur. Oakridge Cem., Farmer, s/o Joseph & Margaret (Dougherty) Culp.

 

Ref: Blanche Swindall.

 

Ref: 1860 Catlin, Catlin Twp., Vermilion Co., IL census, dtd. 15 Jun. 1860, pg. 83; 605/605.

 

Culp, Lemuel,   24, b. IN, Farmer, PE $150

 "  , Mary,     --, b. IL

 "  , Joseph F., 1, b. IL

 

Ref: 1870 Catlin, Catlin Twp., Vermilion Co., IL census, dtd. 20 Jul. 1870, pg. 26; 194/194.

 

Culp, Lemuel,   35, b. IN, Farmer, PE $400

 "  , Mary,     29, b. IL, Kp Hse

 "  , Joseph,   11, b. IL

 "  , Cornelius, 7, b. IL

 "  , William,   4, b. IL

 "  , Adora,     2, b. IL

Pelser, Peter,  20, b. IN, Farm Laborer

 

Ref: 1880 Catlin Twp., Vermilion Co., IL census, dtd. 2 Jun. 1880, dist. 207, pg. 3; 22/22.

 

Culp, Lemuel,       45, b. IN, Farmer,       parents b. IN

 "  , Mary J.,      40, b. IL, Wife, Kp Hse, parents b. KY

 "  , Joseph F.,    21, b. IL, Son,  Farm Laborer

 "  , Cornelius L., 17, b. IL, Son,  Farm Laborer

 "  , William S.,   15, b. IL, Son,  School

 "  , Dora B.,      12, b. IL, Dau., School

 "  , Lucy E.,       9, b. IL, Dua., School

(Children's F b. IN, M b. IL)

 

    Ch:                      

     .1 Joseph Frank                      b. 16 Jul. 1859

     .2 Thomas Sandusky                b.    Sep. 1860

     .3 Cornelius L.                       b. 20 Jul. 1863

     .4 William Seth                      b. 28 Jan. 1866

     .5 Madora Bell                        b. 13 May  1867

     .6 Lucy Elizabeth                   b.  5 Dec. 1871

 

1.1.3.4.1 Culp, Joseph Frank b. 16 Jul. 1859, Catlin Twp., Vermilion Co., IL, d. 3 Dec. 1941 md. to Victoria Adams.*

 

1.1.3.4.2 Culp, Thomas Sandusky b. Sep. 1860, Catlin Twp., Vermilion Co., IL, d. 23 Mar. 1865.*

 

1.1.3.4.3 Culp, Cornelius L. b. 20 Jul. 1863, Catlin Twp., Vermilion Co., IL, d. 24 Feb. 1945, md. Sarah Craddock.*

 

1.1.3.4.4 Culp, William Seth b. 28 Jan. 1866, Catlin Twp., Vermilion Co., IL, d. 31 Dec. 1933, Danville, Vermilion Co., IL, bur. Oakridge Cem., Catlin, Farmer, md. 30 Mar. 1899, Danville, to Janet Morris b. 1 Mar. 1877, Chester, England, d. 19 Jan. 1936, Danville, bur. Oakridge Cem., d/o James & Elizabeth (Tilston) Morris.

 

    Ch:                      

     .1 Mabel Elizabeth                           b. 25 Sep. 1901

     .2 Blanche Ethel                              b. 11 May  1904

 

1.1.3.4.4.1 Culp, Mabel Elizabeth b. 25 Sep. 1901, Oakwood, Vermilion Co., IL, d. May 1984, Danville, Vermilion Co., IL, md. 3 Jun. 1920 to Fernand L. Blary b. 31 Aug. 1900, d. Nov. 1973, Danville.

 

Ref: SSDI - Mabel Blary b. 25 Sep. 1901, d. May 1984, Danville, IL 61832, issued IL; F. Blary b. 31 Aug. 1900, d. Nov. 1973, Danville, IL 61832, issued IL.

 

1.1.3.4.4.2 Culp, Blanche Ethel b. 11 May 1904, Vermilion Co., IL, md. 23 Oct. 1924, Urbana, Vermilion Co., IL to Matthias B. Swindall b. 10 Oct. 1889, Catlin Twp., Vermilion Co., IL, d. Nov. 1975, Danville, Vermilion Co., IL, Civil Service, s/o Matthias & Bethany (Runyun) Swindall. Res. 114 E. 9th St., Danville, IL.

 

Ref: Blanche Swindall - Matthias B. served during WW 1 as a Line Sergeant with the 123rd Machine Gun Battalion, Co. D, 33rd Division. Blanche finished 2 yrs. highschool; Matthias attended Brown’s Business College.

 

Ref: SSDI – Matthias Swindall b. 10 Oct. 1890, d. Nov. 1975, Danville, IL 61832, issued IL.

 

    Ch: 

     .1 Barton Lee                         b. 28 Jul. 1925

 

1.1.3.4.4.2.1 Swindall, Barton Lee b. 28 Jul. 1925, Danville, Vermilion Co., IL, md. 25 Jun. 1950 to Frances Lee Chandler.

 

Ref: Mrs. Blanche Swindall - Barton enlisted Sep. 1943, U. S. Marine Corps Reserves; assigned to 1st Marine Airwing, Quartermaster Division, Staff Sergeant. Served El Centro, CA, Luzon, Philippines, Peiping, China, WW 11. He was discharged 26 May 1946 and recalled 25 Jun. 1950 for Korean Service; served Cherry Point, NC and discharged 31 Dec. 1951. Barton graduated from the University of Illinois, Champaign, IL with a BS degree in Journalism. In 1961, Barton was the executive director of the Clinton, Dewitt Co.,IL Chamber of Commerce.

 

    Ch: 

     .1 Barton Lee Jr.                             b. 17 Jul. 1951

     .2 Chandler Lee                               b. 17 Sep. 1956

     .3 Clayton Lee                                 b.  1 Mar. 1956

     .4 Craig Lee                                    b. 26 Nov. 1959

 

1.1.3.4.4.2.1.1 Swindall, Barton Lee Jr. b. 17 Jul. 1951, single (1997). Res. 1997, 1713 California Avenue, Peoria, IL; 309-686-1940.*

 

1.1.3.4.4.2.1.2 Swindall, Chandler Lee b. 17 Sep. 1953.*

 

1.1.3.4.4.2.1.3 Swindall, Clayton Lee b. 1 Mar. 1956.*

 

1.1.3.4.4.2.1.4 Swindall, Craig Lee b. 26 Nov. 1959.*                       

 

1.1.3.4.5 Culp, Madora Bell b. 13 May 1867, Catlin Twp., Vermilion Co., IL, d. 19 Dec. 1949, md. to David Lewis.*

 

1.1.3.4.6 Culp, Lucy Elizabeth b. 5 Dec. 1871, Catlin Twp., Vermilion Co., IL, d. 24 Sep. 1953, md. Apr. 1893 to William B. Freeland.*

 

1.1.3.5 Wright, Thomas T. b. 7 Mar. 1850, Catlin Twp., Vermilion Co., IL, md. to Lucy Howard.*

 

1.2 Sandusky, Andrew b. 5 Dec. 1780, Bourbon Co., KY, d. 18 Jun. 1836, Bourbon Co., KY, (Will Bk K, Pg. 205), bur. Turner Cem., Bourbon Co., KY, md. 30 Dec. 1802, Bourbon Co., KY to Elizabeth "Betsy" Culver b. 27 Mar. 1785, pb Somerset Co., MD, d. 15 May 1846, Bourbon Co., bur. Turner Cem., d/o Charles & Ellen (Shanks) Culver. Elizabeth m2, 5 Mar. 1839 to James Weir, no known issue.

 

Ref: Turner Cem. is located about 8 miles from Paris, Bourbon Co., KY.

 

Ref: Bourbon Co., KY Will Bk. 37, pg. 364 – In the disposition of Andrew’s will, William B. Shanks is named as the guardian of his son, Andrew W. Shanks (??) and was appointed guardian of John Brown Sandusky. Ck!

 

Ref: Ellen (Shanks) Culver came to Bourbon Co., KY from MD with two children following the death of her husband, Charles Turner Culver.

 

Ref: Mrs. William B. Ardery – Diary of John B. Sandusky by his daughter (1883-1894).

 

Ref: 1850 Bourbon Co., KY census, pg. 292.

 

    Ch:

     .1 Mary "Polly"                                 b.  8 Jun. 1804

     .2 Sally Ann                            b.  7 Aug. 1806

     .3 Ellen                                 b.  8 Jun. 1809

     .4 James                               b. 27 Jul. 1811

     .5 Eliza                                 b. 13 Aug. 1813

     .6 John Brown                       b. 16 Apr. 1816

     .7 Brown Lee                         b. 13 May  1818

     .8 Susan Ann                       b. 16 Dec. 1820

 

1.2.1 Sandusky, Mary (Polly) b. 8 Jun. 1804, Bourbon Co., KY, d. 14 Apr. 1877, md. 23 Oct. 1823 to James Walters, no issue.*

                                                

1.2.2 Sandusky, Sally Ann b. 7 Aug. 1806, Bourbon Co., KY, d. 15 Sep. 1835, Bourbon Co., KY, bur. Stoker Rd., Turner Cem. m1, 12/13 Feb. 1825/7, Bourbon Co., KY to William E. Turner Jr. b. 17 Feb. 1792, Lexington (in the fort), KY, d. 13 Apr. 1878, Bourbon Co., KY, bur. Stoker Rd., Turner Cem., Bourbon Co., KY, s/o William & Martha (Ricards) Turner. William m1 to Miss Ricards (no issue) and m3 to Susan A. Sandusky, sister of Sally Ann.

 

Ref: Ms. Doris Hubble.

 

Ref: 1850 Bourbon Co., KY census, dtd. 4 Sep. 1850, dist. 1, pg. 292; 373/380.

 

Turner, William,     58, b. KY, Farmer, RE $37800

  "   , Susan A.,    30, b. KY

  "   , William A.,  17, b. KY

  "   , Elizabeth,   12, b. KY

  "   , Sally Lee,   10, b. KY

  "   , Charles R.,   8, b. KY

Sandusky, Brown Lee, 33, b. KY, Trader

 

    Ch:  

     .1 Martha                         b. ca Mar. 1828

     .2 Mary Ellen                     b.

     .3 William Andrew                 b. ca      1833

     .4 John                           b. ca      1835

    

1.2.2.1 Turner, Martha b. ca 1828, md. to Joseph McClelland.*

 

1.2.2.2 Turner, Mary Ellen b. d. inf., bur. Turner Cem., n.m.*

 

1.2.2.3 Turner, William Andrew b. ca 1833. Res. 1882, Kansas City, MO.*

 

1.2.2.4 Turner, John b. ca 1835, d. pr. 1839, bur. Turner Cem., n.m.*

 

1.2.3 Sandusky, Ellen b. 8 Jun. 1809, Paris, Bourbon Co., KY, d. 2 Jun. 1835, md. 16 May 1830, Bourbon Co., KY to Henry Fearman/Wearman, no issue.*

 

1.2.4 Sandusky, James b. 21/27 Jul. 1811, Bourbon Co., KY, d. ca 11 Jun. 1880, Helen, Andrew Co., MO, bur. Crosby, Andrew Co., MO, m1, 2/20 Jun. 1837, Bourbon Co., KY to Eleanor E. “Ellen” Morrow b. ca 1813, KY.

 

Ref: Ms. Doris Hubble; Joseph R. Brown and Ms. Dorothy Legg.

 

Ref: Ed Pinkston – I got all the birth dates off an old piece of notebook paper that Will Birtie wrote down the birth dates out of an old Bible. So far all the birth dates have proven to be correct.

 

Ref: Eleanor birthdate also given as 16 Apr. 1821, d. ca 1876/77 Andrew Co., MO.

 

Ref: Vernon Sandusky has a copy of the Letters of Administration for James Sandusky.

 

Ref: 1850 Wayne Twp., Marion Co., IN census, dtd. 15 Sep. 1850, pg. 315; 132/132.

 

Sandusky, James,       39, b. KY, Farmer, RE $9000

  “          , Ellen E.,    29, b. KY

  “          , Moriah E.,   12, b. IN

  “          , William B.,  10, b. IN

  “          , Andrew T.?,   7, b. IN

  “          , Jno. J.,      2, b. IN

 

    Ch: 

          .1 Mariah Elizabeth                              b.  4 Aug. 1838

    .2 William J. Brown                         b.  9 Oct. 1840

    .3 Andrew Thomas                                     b. 31 Jan. 1844

    .4 John Irvin                                    b. 30 Dec. 1848

          .5 Henry                                                       b.  6 Apr. 1853

          .6 Susan Anne “Sarah”                 b.  7 Mar. 1858      

          .7 Charles Grant                   b.  2 Jan. 1863

 

James Sandusky m2, 25 Sep. 1877, Andrew Co., MO to Rosalie Robinett.

 

1.2.4.1 Sandusky, Mariah Elizabeth b. 4 Aug. 1838, Irvington, Marion Co., IN, d. bef. 1880, Coffey Co., KS, m1 to James Hinkley.

 

Ref: Edward Pinkston – Mariah Elizabeth b. 4 Aug. 1838, Irvington, Marion Co., IN, d. pr. 1880, Coffee Co., KS, md. 27 Oct. 1866, IN to Adam Arnold.

 

          Ch:

          .1 Ellen (Helen)                                     b.

 

Mariah E. m2, Jul. 1868, Franklin Co., IL to Terry Sweat.

 

          .2 Margaret                                         b. ca   1869

          .3 William Henry                                  b. 14 Apr. 1870

          .4 Allen                                                         b.    Aug. 1873

 

Mariah E. m3 to Thomas Moore.

 

1.2.4.1.1 Hinkley, Helen (Ellen) b., md. to James Little.*

 

1.2.4.1.2 Sweat, Margaret b. ca 1869, Franklin Co., IL.*

 

1.2.4.1.3 Sweat, Willam Henry b. 14 Apr. 1870, Franklin Co., IL.*

 

1.2.4.1.4 Sweat, Allen b. Aug. 1873, Franklin Co., IL.*

 

1.2.4.2 Sandusky, William J. Brown b. 9 Oct. 1840, Marion Co., IN, d. 11 Jun. 1880, Farmer. Res. Andrew Co., MO.

 

Ref: Ed Pinkston – William J. Brown b. 9 Oct. 1940, Hendricks Co., IN, d. 23 Oct. 1911, Andrew Co., MO, bur. Rochester Cem., Sargeant, USA, Co. B, 41st MO Militia, md. 14 Dec. 1865, Andrew Co., MO to Amanda Caroline Thatcher b. 28 Nov. 1842, Andrew Co., MO, d. 29 Jun. 1930, Andrew Co., MO, d/o Daniel & Mary (Surles) Thatcher. Andrew’s headstone in Leavenworth says Andrew F., but according to Will Birtie, it’s Andrew Thomas. I’m going w/ Will, as she has yet to be proven wrong.  I believe he divorced Emily twice and of course married her twice. 

 

Ref: Administered the estate of his Father, James Sandusky in 1880 in Andrew Co., MO.*

 

1.2.4.3 Sandusky, Andrew Thomas b. ca 1843, Marion Co., IN, d. 14 Sep. 18-- , Suicide, Leavenworth, KS, md. to Emily Hague. Res. Union Co., IA.

 

Ref: Ed Pinkston – Andrew Thomas Sandusky b. 31 Jan. 1844, Hendricks Co., IN, d. 14 Sep. 1927, Leavenworth, KS, bur. Leavenworth National Cem., Corporal, USA, Co. C, 25th MO Infantry, m1, 26 May 1868, Dekalb Co., MO to Emily F. Hague; Andrew Thomas Sandusky m2, 30 Mar. 1871, Platte Co., MO to Emily F. Hague, same woman, div. 1909.

 

1.2.4.4 Sandusky, John Irvin b. 30 Dec. 1849, Marion Co., IN, d. 25 Aug. 1917, St. Joseph, Buchanan. Co., MO, bur. Ashland Cem., St. Joseph, md. 28 Dec. 1876 to Amelia Koerner b. 31 May 1853, Pike Co., OH, d. 19 Jul. 1941, bur. Ashland Cem., d/o John Casper & Elizabeth (Keeler) Legg. Res. Buchanan Co., MO.

 

Ref: Ms. Dorothy Legg.

 

Ref: Ed Pinkston – John Irvin Sandusky b. 30 Dec. 1848, IN, d. 25 Aug. 1917, St. Joseph, Buchanan Co., MO, bur. Ashland Cem., St. Joseph, md. 28 Dec. 1876, Buchanan Co., MO to Amelia Koerner. John Irvin was found dead in his outhouse.

 

    Ch:                      

     .1 Irvin Wesley                                b. 19 May  1878

     .2 Oscar                                          b. ca      1881

     .3 Samuel                          b.  1 Apr. 1886

     .4 Guy                                   b. ca      1888

     .5 William                             b.

     .6 Louis                                 b.

     .7 Elizabeth                           b.

 

1.2.4.4.1 Sandusky, Irvin Wesley b. 19 May 1878, Independence, Jackson Co., MO, d. 28 Sep. 1947, St. Joseph, Buchanan, Co., MO, bur. Memorial Park Cem., St. Joseph, md. 25 Dec. 1901 to Bertha Allen Jessee b. 9 Nov. 1883, Howe, Nemaha Co., NE, d. 3 Oct. 1952, bur Memorial Park Cem. d/o Lawrence Lafayette & Johannah (Buckley) Jessee.

 

Ref: Ms. Dorothy Legg.

                      

    Ch: 

     .1 Ethel Marie                        b.  7 Nov. 1903

     .2 Samuel Lawrence                 b. 19 Oct. 1906

     .3 Mildred Louise                  b. 21 Jun. 1909

     .4 Anna Amelia                     b.  2 Dec. 1912

     .5 George Leonard                  b. 10 Mar. 1915

     .6 Evelyn Maxine                   b. 25 Apr. 1917

     .7 Wesley                          b.

     .8 Dorothy May                     b. 16 May  1921

 

1.2.4.4.1.1 Sandusky, Ethel Marie b. 7 Nov. 1903, St. Joseph, Buchanan Co., MO, d. 16 Oct. 1984, St. Joseph, bur. Ashland Cem., St. Joseph, md. 1 Aug. 1923, St. Joseph to Harold Marion Munsell b. 11 Jun. 1903, Cameron, Clinton Co., MO, d. Aug. 1984, St. Joseph, Andrew Co., MO, bur. Ashland Cem., s/o Oliver J. & Mary Maude (Reed) Munsell.

 

Ref: SSDI – Ethel Munsell b. 7 Nov. 1903, d. Oct. 1984, St. Joseph, MO 64507, issued MO; S. Munsell b. 11 Jun. 1903, d. Aug. 1984, St. Joseph, Andrew Co., MO 64504, issued MO. They adopted a dau. they named Dorothy Ann Munsell b. 26 Apr. 1945, md. 4 Sep. 1970 to Hal D. Gilmore.

 

Ref: Mrs. Dorothy Legg.

 

    Ch:                      

     .1 Jay Wesley                                  b. 20 Sep. 1925

     .2 Harold Marion                              b. 17 May  1930

     .3 Dorothy Ann                                b. 26 Apr. 1945

 

1.2.4.4.1.1.1 Munsell, Jay Wesley b. 20 Sep. 1925, Cameron, Clinton Co., MO, md. ca 1946 to Kit Carson.*

 

1.2.4.4.1.1.2 Munsell, Harold Marion b. 17 May 1930, Cameron, Clinton Co., MO, md. to Doris Stewart.*

 

1.2.4.4.1.2 Sandusky, Samuel Lawrence b. 19 Oct. 1906, Howe, Nemaha Co., NE, d. 24 Jan. 1993, St. Joseph, Buchanan Co., MO, md. 22 Jun. 1928, St. Joseph, to Lucile Rutherford b. 13 Nov. 1907, d. 30 Oct. 1998, St. Joseph, d/o Wilson & Josephine (Bulling) Rutherford.

 

Ref: Ms. Dorothy Legg.

 

Ref: SSDI – Lawrence Sandusky b. 19 Oct. 1906, d. 24 Jan. 1993, St. Joseph, MO 64507, issued MO; Lucile Sandusky b. 13 Nov. 1907, d. 30 Oct. 1998, St. Joseph, MO 64507.

 

    Ch:                     

     .1 Kay Diane                                    b. 10 Oct. 1938

     .2 Kathy Sue                                    b. 18 Jun. 1947

 

1.2.4.4.1.2.1 Sandusky, Kay Diane b. 10 Oct. 1938, St. Joseph, Buchanan Co., MO, md. 14 Dec. 1958 to Bill Beattie.*

 

1.2.4.4.1.2.2 Sandusky, Kathy Sue b. 18 Jun. 1947, St. Joseph, Buchanan Co., MO, md. 4 Feb. 1966 to Emett LaVerne Love.*

 

1.2.4.4.1.3 Sandusky, Mildred Louise b. 21 Jun. 1909, Howe, Nemaha Co., NE, md. 15 Apr. 1935, Wathena, Doniphan Co., KS to Earl Rufus Gardner b. 16 May 1890, St. Joseph, Buchanan Co., MO, d. 7 Apr. 1961, bur. Memorial Park Cem., St. Joseph, s/o William O. & Alice (Morley) Gardner.

 

Ref: Ms. Dorothy Legg.

 

Ref: SSDI - Mildred Gardner b. 22 Jun. 1909, d. 17 Jun. 1993, Tavares, FL 32778, issued MO. CK!

 

    Ch: 

     .1 Earl Roger                                   b. 13 Apr. 1939

     .2 Robert Kent                                 b. 24 Oct. 1940

 

1.2.4.4.1.3.1 Gardner, Earl Roger b. 13 Apr. 1939, St. Joseph, Buchanan Co., MO m1, to Leslie Frisch.

 

Earl Roger m2 to Hilda ???*

 

1.2.4.4.1.3.2 Gardner, Robert Kent b. 24 Oct. 1940, St. Joseph, Buchanan Co., MO, m1 to Georgia Barnes.

 

Robert Kent m2 to Gloria ???.

 

1.2.4.4.1.4 Sandusky, Anna Amelia b. 2 Dec. 1912, Howe, Nemaha Co., NE, d. 6 Aug. 1983, St. Joseph, Buchanan Co., MO, bur. Memorial Park Cem., St. Joseph, md. 8 Aug. 1931, Princeton, Mercer Co., MO to Gerald Arden Nigh b. 14 Apr. 1909, Comanche, OK, d. 24 Jul. 1964, bur. Memorial Park Cem., s/o Edward Lee & Alice Fay (Johnson) Nigh.

 

Ref: Ms. Dorothy Leff.

 

Ref: SSDI - Anna Nigh b. 1 Dec. 1911, d. Aug. 1983, St. Joseph, MO 64507, issued MO; Gerald Nigh b. 14 Apr. 1908, d. Jul. 1964, issued MO.

        

    Ch: 

     .1 Gerald Arden Jr.                          b. 27 Sep. 1932

     .2 Wesley Leroy                               b. 20 May  1934

     .3 Meredith Anne                    b. 27 Feb. 1936

     .4 Larry Keith                        b.  8 Aug. 1941

 

1.2.4.4.1.4.1 Nigh, Gerald Arden Jr. b. 27 Sep. 1932, St. Joseph, Buchanan Co., MO, m1 to Pat McCray.

 

Gerald Arden Jr. m2 to Marilyn Gutridge.*

 

1.2.4.4.1.4.2 Nigh, Wesley Leroy b. 20 May 1934, St. Joseph, Buchanan Co., MO, m1 to Diane Spillman.

 

Wesley Leroy m2 to Dorothy Owens.*

 

1.2.4.4.1.4.3 Nigh, Meredith Anne b. 27 Feb. 1936, St. Joseph, Buchanan Co., MO, m1 to Mr. Cowell.

 

Meredith Anne m2 to Kenneth Price.*

 

1.2.4.4.1.4.4 Nigh, Larry Keith b. 8 Aug. 1941, St. Joseph, Buchanan Co., MO, d. Feb. 1980, Ft. Leavenworth, KS.*

 

1.2.4.4.1.5 Sandusky, George Leonard b. 10 Mar. 1915, Howe, Nemaha Co., NE, d. 7 Apr. 1999, St. Joseph, Andrew Co., MO, WW#2 Army Veteran, md. 3 Oct. 1940, St Joseph, Buchanan Co., MO to Eloise Alva Hazelwood b. 30 Jan. 1915, Tarkio, Atchison Co., MO, d. 10 Sep. 1999, St. Joseph, d/o Joseph Lee & Mary Evelyn (Wine) Hazlewood.

 

Ref: Ms. Dorothy Legg.

                

Ref: SSDI – George Sandusky b. 10 Mar. 1915, d. 7 Apr. 1999, St. Joseph, Andrew Co., MO 64504; issued MO; Eloise Sandusky b. 30 Jan. 1915, d. 10 Sep. 1999, St. Joseph, Andrew Co., MO 64504, issued MO.

 

    Ch:

     .1 David Wesley                     b. 19 Apr. 1946

     .2 Donald Lee                      b. 21 Nov. 1950

 

1.2.4.4.1.5.1 Sandusky, David Wesley b. 19 Apr. 1946, St. Joseph, Buchanan Co., MO, md. 24 Aug. 1974 to Darlene Anita Gordon.*

 

1.2.4.4.1.5.2 Sandusky, Donald Lee b. 21 Nov. 1950, St. Joseph, Buchanan Co., MO, md. 19 Jun. 1976 to Deanna Renee Slaten.*

               

1.2.4.4.1.6 Sandusky, Evelyn Maxine b. 25 Apr. 1917, St. Joseph, Buchanan Co., MO, md. 10 Jan. 1939, Wathena, Doniphan Co., KS to Donald Earl Gray b. 27 Nov. 1918, WW 11, Navy, s/o Jessee E. & Gertrude (Hempy) Gray.

 

Ref: Ms. Dorothy Legg.

 

Ref: SSDI – Donald Gray b. 27 Nov. 1918, d. 17 Apr. 1993, Poway, CA 92064, issued MO prior 1951.

 

    Ch:  

     .1 Janice Lynne                    b. 21 Oct. 1939

     .2 Sharon Sue                      b.  2 Jan. 1940

     .3 Judith Anne                     b. 15 Oct. 1943

     .4 Jacqueline Beth                 b.  3 Jul. 1952

 

1.2.4.4.1.6.1 Gray, Janice Lynne b. 21 Oct. 1939, Beatrice, Gage Co., NE m1 to Carroll Wayne Quick.

 

Janice Lynne m2 to David Riley.*

 

1.2.4.4.1.6.2 Gray, Sharon Sue b. 2 Jan. 1940, St. Joseph, Buchanan Co., MO, md. 2 Feb. 1960 to Samuel L. Downing Jr.*

 

1.2.4.4.1.6.3 Gray, Judith Anne b. 15 Oct. 1943, St. Joseph, Buchanan Co., MO, m1, Sep. 1972 to Charles Boyd.

 

Judith Anne m2 to Perry Thoel.*

 

1.2.4.4.1.6.4 Gray, Jacqueline Beth b. 3 Jul. 1952, St. Joseph, Buchanan Co., MO, m1, 23 Oct. 1971 to Eddie Bataller.

 

Jacqueline Beth m2 to E. Lind.*

 

1.2.4.4.1.7 Sandusky, Wesley b.*

 

1.2.4.4.1.8 Sandusky, Dorothy May b. 16 May 1921, Maysville, Dekalb Co., MO, m1, ca 1940 to Samuel Leroy Sommers, div. Ca 1942, no issue.

 

Dorothy May m2, 3 Feb. 1943, Jefferson City, Cole Co., MO to Harvey Allison Legg b. 24 Jul. 1918, St. Joseph, Buchanan Co., MO, Retired Colonel, s/o Louis Fendon & Rose Alfreda (Trotter) Legg.

 

Ref: Ms. Dorothy M. Legg.

 

    Ch:  

     .1 Harvey Allen                      b. 11 Jun. 1946

     .2 Patrick Fendon                   b. 23 Nov. 1950

 

1.2.4.4.1.8.1 Legg, Harvey Allen b. 11 Jun. 1946, St. Joseph, Buchanan Co., MO, d. 12 Jun. 1946, St. Joseph, Buchanan Co., MO.*

 

1.2.4.4.1.8.2 Legg, Patrick Fendon b. 23 Nov. 1950, Sioux City, Woodbury Co., IA.*

 

1.2.4.4.2 Sandusky, Oscar b. ca 1881, d. 17 Mar. 1959, St. Joseph, Buchanan Co., MO, md. to Sadie ???.*

 

1.2.4.4.3 Sandusky, Samuel b. 1 Apr. 1886, St. Joseph, Buchanan Co., MO, d. 13 Apr. 1916, md. to Netta ???.*

 

1.2.4.4.4 Sandusky, Guy b. ca 1888, d. ca 1978, Buchanan Co., MO md. to Marie Nessan.

 

Ref: SSDI – Guy Sandusky b. 14 Jun. 1892, d. Mar. 1975, issued MO, 1956, res. St. Joseph, MO 64505.

 

1.2.4.4.5 Sandusky, William b.*

 

1.2.4.4.6 Sandusky, Louis b.*

 

1.2.4.4.7 Sandusky, Elizabeth b.*

 

1.2.4.5 Sandusky, Henry b. ca 1853. Res. IA.

 

Ref: Ed Pinkston – Henry Washington Sandusky b. 6 Apr. 1853, IN. Res. Coffey Co., KS, & IA.

 

1.2.4.6 Sandusky, Susan b. ca 1858, Andrew Co., MO, md. to Mr. Beeler. Res. Marion Co., MO.*

 

Ref: Ed Pinkston – Susan Anne “Sarah” b. 7 Mar. 1858, Andrew Co., MO, md. to A. T. Beeler. Res. Marion Co., MO.

 

1.2.4.7 Sandusky, Charles Grant b. 2 Dec. 1863, Andrew Co., MO, md. 19 Dec. 1892 to Emma Lewis. Res. Andrew Co., MO.

 

Ref: Ed Pinkston – Charles Grant Sandusky b. 2 Jan. 1863, Andrew Co., MO, d. 19 Mar. 1929, Sioux City, Woodbury Co., IA, bur. Graceland Park Cem., Woodbury Co., IA, md. 19 Dec. 1892, Keokuk, Lee Co., IA to Emma Lewis. Charles died from injuries sustained from a fall into and collapse of a cesspool.

 

          Ch:

          .1 Gloriabelle                                                b.

          .2 Volla                                                         b.

          .3 Lowell                                                      b.

 

1.2.4.7.1 Sandusky, Gloriabelle b., md. to Mr. Haglund.*

 

1.2.4.7.2 Sandusky, Volla b., md. to Mr. Myers.*

 

1.2.4.7.3 Sandusky, Lowell b.

 

          Ch:

          .1 Vernon                                                      b.

 

1.12.4.7.3.1 Sandusky, Vernon b.*

 

1.2.5 Sandusky, Eliza b. 13 Aug. 1813, Bourbon Co., KY, d. 7 Feb. 1836, Bourbon Co., KY, m1, 17/18 Mar. 1834, Bourbon Co., KY to William B. Shanks b. ca 1808, Bourbon Co., KY, Farmer, s/o David & Nancy Ann (Minner) Shanks. Res., Bourbon Co., KY; Monroe Co., MO. William B. Shanks m2 to Lucy ??? and had 3 children.

 

Ref: James R. Brown.            

                

    Ch:

     .1 Andrew William                 b. 21 Jul. 1835

 

1.2.5.1 Shanks, Andrew William b. 21 Jul. 1835, Bourbon Co., KY, d. 14 Apr. 1898, Macon Co., MO, bur. Bell Cem., Elmer, Macon Co., MO, md. 5 Nov. 1863, Adair Co., MO to Mary Elizabeth Halley b. 17 Sep. 1845, Macon Co., MO, d. 8 Jun. 1920, Boise, Ada Co., ID, bur. Bell Cem., d/o Matthew P. & Kitty A. (Peyton) Halley.

 

Ref: James R. Brown.

 

    Ch:  

     .1 James Sandusky                 b. 27 Nov. 1865

     .2 Daniel Edgar                    b.  6 Jun. 1867

     .3 Margaret Jane                   b.  5 Jan. 1874

 

1.2.5.1.1 Shanks, James Sandusky b. 27 Nov. 1865, Kirksville, Adair Co., MO, d. 1 Jan. 1939, Tulsa, OK, bur Pawhuska, Osage Co., OK, md. 7 Mar. 1887 to Matilda Elizabeth Miller b. 12 Feb. 1869, Macon Co., MO, d. 13 Apr. 1950, Minneapolis, MN, bur. Pawhuska Cem., d/o James L. & Marilda Catherine (Griffin) Miller. Res. Mo, OK.

 

Ref: James R. Brown.

 

    Ch:  

     .1 Thurza Lee                      b. 18 Oct. 1888

     .2 Nanny B.                        b. 18 Sep. 1892

     .3 Catherine Maxine                b.  7 Mar. 1908

 

1.2.5.1.1.1 Shanks, Thurza Lee b. 18 Oct. 1888, Macon Co., MO, d. 3 Feb. 1983, New Brighton, Ramsey Co., MN, bur. Hillside Cem., Minneapolis, MN, md. 19 May 1909, Lindsay, Garvin Co., OK to Leo Brown b. 28 Mar. 1885, Barronette, Barron Co., WI, d. 27 Nov. 1963, Minneapolis, bur. Hillside Cem., Railroad Worker, s/o Charles F. & Ellen Lydia (Rosenbush) Brown. Res. MO, OK, MN.

 

Ref: James R. Brown

 

Ref: SSDI – Thurza Brown b. 18 Oct. 1888, d. Feb. 1983, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., MN 55418, issued MN prior 1951.

 

    Ch:           

     .1 Fremont M.                      b.  9 Feb. 1910

     .2 James Robert                    b. 27 Feb. 1917

 

1.2.5.1.1.1.1 Brown, Fremont M. b. 9 Feb. 1910, Lindsay, Garvin Co., OK, d. 4 Feb. 1985, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., MN, m1, ca 1931 to Dorothy Bartlett, no issue.

 

Ref: SSDI – Fremont Brown b. 9 Feb. 1910, d. Feb. 1985, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., MN 55418, issued MN.

 

Fremont M. m2, 25 Jul. 1942, Phelps Co., MO to Elsie O. Dalton, no issue.*

 

1.2.5.1.1.1.2 Brown, James Robert b. 27 Feb. 1917, Minneapolis, MN, d. 13 Sep. 1993, Minneapolis, Family Genealogist, md. 14 Dec. 1940, St. Louis Park, MN to Ella Caroline Bertheussen, no issue.

 

Ref: James & Ella had two foster children.

 

Ref: SSDI – James Brown b. 27 Feb. 1917, d. 13 Sep. 1993, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., MN 55418, issued MN.

 

1.2.5.1.1.2 Shanks, Nanny B. b. 18 Sep. 1892, Macon Co., MO, d. 8 Jun. 1896, OK.*

 

1.2.5.1.1.3 Shanks, Catherine Maxine b. 7 Mar. 1908, Lindsay, Garvin Co., OK, md. 7 Mar. 1927 to Charles Nelson Smith b. 3 May 1907, Bonnie, IL, d. 23 May 1938, s/o Herman Smith. Res. OK.

 

Ref: James R. Brown.

      

    Ch:  

     .1 Helen Eileen                                b.  1 Jan. 1928

     .2 Phyllis Jean                                 b.  6 Aug. 1933

 

1.2.5.1.1.3.1 Smith, Helen Eileen b. 1 Jan. 1928, OK, m1, 22 Feb. 1945 to Bennett Elzey.

           

Ref: James R. Brown.

 

    Ch:   

     .1 Cheryl Rena                                 b. 25 Aug. 1947

                            

Helen Eileen m2, 22 Jun. 1950 to Harry Colvin b. 11 Aug. 1917.

       

     .2 Mary Frances                      b. 24 Jul. 1953

     .3 Charles William                  b. 10 Sep. 1956

                                                     

1.2.5.1.1.3.1.1 Smith, Cheryl Rena b. 25 Aug. 1947, md. 9 Jan. 1976 to John McGill.*

 

1.2.5.1.1.3.1.2 Colvin, Mary Frances b. 24 Jul. 1953, md. 27 Aug. 1970 to Larry Dean Tubbs.*

 

1.2.5.1.1.3.1.3 Colvin, Charles William b. 10 Sep. 1956.*

 

1.2.5.1.1.3.2 Smith, Phyllis Jean b. 6 Aug. 1933, OK, d. 20 Feb. 1973, Tulsa, OK, bur Pawhuska, Osage Co., OK, md. 1 Jul. 1950 to Fred Collins b. 20 Sep. 1929. Fred m2, ca 1973 to ???.

 

Ref: James R. Brown.

 

Ref: SSDI – Phyllis Collins b. 6 Aug. 1933, d. Feb. 1973, issued OK prior 1951.

 

    Ch:     

     .1 Linda Diane                        b. 29 Jul. 1951

     .2 Leslie Nelson                      b. 24 Sep. 1952

     .3 April Lee                           b.  9 May  1957     

     .4 Cindy Christine                  b. 30 Dec. 1958

                                       

1.2.5.1.1.3.2.1 Collins, Linda Diane b. 29 Jul. 1951, OK, m1, 27 Nov. 1968 to John Donnell.

 

Linda Diane m2, to ???.*

 

1.2.5.1.1.3.2.2 Collins, Leslie Nelson b. 24 Sep. 1952, OK, md. ca 1972 to Ann ???.*

 

1.2.5.1.1.3.2.3 Collins, April Lee b. 9 May 1957, Tulsa, Tulsa Co., OK.*

 

1.2.5.1.1.3.2.4 Collins, Cindy Christine b. 30 Dec. 1958, OK, md. 27 Mar. 1976 to Troy Merritt.*

 

1.2.5.1.2 Shanks, Daniel Edgar b. 6 Jun. 1867, Clarence, Shelby Co., MO, d. 1 Feb. 1945, Boise, Ada Co., ID, md. 25 May 1898, Kirksville, Adair Co., MO to Mary Ellen Rogers b. 23 Mar. 1870, Kirksville, d. 14 Jun. 1952, Boise, bur. Boise Cem., d/o William B. & Mary E. (Hibbard) Rogers.

 

Ref: James R. Brown.

 

    Ch:                      

     .1 Alta Thelma                       b.   1 Jun. 1899

     .2 William Foey                      b.   3 Jan. 1901

     .3 James Edgar (twin)                      b. 15 Aug. 1907

     .4 Mary Elizabeth (twin)                   b. 15 Aug. 1907

 

1.2.5.1.2.1 Shanks, Alta Thelma b. 1 Jun. 1899, Walnut, Macon Co., MO, d. Jun. 1970, md. 2 May 1924, Boise, Ada Co., ID to Frederick William Tollensdorf b. 24 Nov. 1894, Odell, Livingston Co., IL, s/o Frederick W. & Marie (Hangst) Tollensdorf.

 

Ref: James R. Brown.

 

Ref: SSDI - Frederick Tollensdorf b. 24 Nov. 1894, d. Aug. 1987, Boise, ID 83712, issued OH prior 1951.

        

    Ch: 

     .1 Dorothy Thelma                 b. 26 Jan. 1927

     .2 Frederick William 111         b. 31 Jan. 1932

 

1.2.5.1.2.1.1 Tollensdorf, Dorothy Thelma b. 26 Jan. 1927, Sioux City, Woodbury Co., IA, md. 2 May 1951, Boise, Ada Co., ID to Richard Floyd Brown b. 27 Dec. 1928, Berkeley, Contra Costa Co., CA, s/o Leland & Alma (???) Brown.

 

Ref: James R. Brown.

                      

    Ch:                                     

     .1 Carolyne Diane                   b.  9 Jul. 1955

     .2 Barbara Karen                    b. 11 Aug. 1957

     .3 Richard Floyd                     b. 27 Dec. 1960

                                                 

1.2.5.1.2.1.1.1 Brown, Carolyne Diane b. 9 Jul. 1955, Loma Linda, San Bernardino Co., CA.*

 

1.2.5.1.2.1.1.2 Brown, Barbara Karen b. 11 Aug. 1957, Glendale, Los Angeles Co., CA.*

 

1.2.5.1.2.1.1.3 Brown, Richard Floyd b. 27 Dec. 1960, Los Angeles, Los Angeles Co., CA.*

 

1.2.5.1.2.1.2 Tollensdorf, Frederick William 111 b. 31 Jan. 1932, Boise, Ada Co., ID, d. 17 Aug. 1958, Seattle, King Co., WA, bur Boise, ID, md. 18 May 1955, Winnemucca, Humboldt Co., NE to Glenna Jean Hobbie b. 27 Apr. 1938, Boise, Ada Co., ID, d/o Glen & Beulah (Snow) Hobbie.

 

Ref: Mr. James R. Brown.

 

    Ch: 

     .1 Jeffrey William                            b.  3 Feb. 1956

     .2 Glenn Dirk                                   b.  2 Oct. 1957

 

1.2.5.1.2.1.2.1 Tollensdorf, Jeffrey William b. 3 Feb. 1956, Bosie, ID.*

 

1.2.5.1.2.1.2.2 Tollensdorf, Glenn Dirk b. 2 Oct. 1957, Auburn, King Co., WA.*

 

1.2.5.1.2.2 Shanks, William Foey b. 3 Jan. 1901, Walnut, Macon Co., MO, d. 25 Feb. 1952, Pueblo, Pueblo Co., CO, bur. Boise Cem. md. 22 Jan. 1930 to Ellen Marie Cowe b. 28 Jun. 1912, Boise, Ada Co., ID, d/o John Cowe.

 

Ref: James R. Brown – Another reference gives William’s death place as Boise, Ada Co., ID.

 

    Ch: 

     .1 William Junior                             b.  4 Apr. 1931

     .2 Mary Ellen                                   b. 11 May  1933

     .3 Emily                           b.   4 Oct. 1938

 

1.2.5.1.2.2.1 Shanks, William Junior b. 4 Apr. 1931, Boise, Ada Co., ID, md. ca 1948, Boise, to Elizabeth Faith Hoffer.

 

Ref: James R. Brown.

 

    Ch: 

     .1 David                           b. 13 Oct. 1950*

     .2 Debbie Kay                      b. 28 Jan. 1953*

     .3 Larry John                      b. 29 Jan. 1955*

     .4 Lissa Fay                       b.  3 Aug. 1956*

 

1.2.5.1.2.2.2 Shanks, Mary Ellen b. 11 May 1933, Boise, Ada Co., ID, d. 30 Apr. 1957, Boise, bur. Boise, md. Jun. 1955, Boise, to Robert Blaise b. May 1933.

 

Ref: James R. Brown

 

    Ch:                                    

     .1 Judy Ellen                      b. 11 Sep. 1956

                                                              

1.2.5.1.2.2.2.1 Blaise, Judy Ellen b. 11 Sep. 1956, Boise, Ada Co., ID.*

 

1.2.5.1.2.2.3 Shanks, Emily b. 4 Oct. 1938, Boise, Ada Co., ID md. Jun. 1956 to Lloyd Murphee.

 

Ref: James R. Brown.

 

    Ch:                     

     .1 Michael Eldon                   b. 26 Feb. 1957*

 

1.2.5.1.2.3 Shanks, James Edgar b. 15 Aug. 1907, Kirksville, Adair Co., MO, md. 15 Nov. 1941 to Georgia (Johnson) Keeler b. 19 Jan. 1916, MO, d/o ??? & Flossie (???) Johnson, no issue. Georgia had been previously md. and had a dau., Mona Johnson.

 

Ref: James R. Brown.

 

Ref: SSDI - James Edgar Shanks b. 15 Aug. 1907, d. 2 Jun. 1989, issued ID prior 1951; Georgia Johnson b. 18 Jan. 1916, d. Apr. 1972, issued MO prior 1951. Ck!

 

1.2.5.1.2.4 Shanks, Mary Elizabeth b. 15 Aug. 1907, Kirksville, Adair Co., MO, md. 28 Jun. 1928, Boise, Ada Co., ID to Clayton Cole Alverson b. 16 Oct. 1908, MI.

 

Ref: James R. Brown

 

Ref: SSDI - Mary Alverson b. 15 Aug. 1907, d. Dec. 1983, Boise, Ada Co., ID 83706, issued ID prior 1951; Clayton Alverson b. 16 Oct. 1908, d. Sep. 1965, issued ID prior 1951.

 

    Ch:                       

     .1 Robert Harold                   b.  2 May  1929

     .2 Paul                            b. 13 Mar. 1931

     .3 Raymond Howard                  b. 28 Dec. 1933

     .4 Gerald Lee                      b. 18 Oct. 1939

 

1.2.5.1.2.4.1 Alverson, Robert Harold b. 2 May 1929, Boise, Ada Co., ID, md. 6 Jun. 1953, Greer, Greenville Co., SC to Margarie Hahn b. Nov. 1931/2, Greer.

 

Ref: James R. Brown

 

Ref: SSDI – Robert Alverson b. 2 May 1929, d. 9 Jun. 1998, res. Greer, Greenville Co., SC 29650, issued ID prior 1951.

 

    Ch: 

     .1 Robert Harold                   b. 24 Aug. 1954

                                                            

1.2.5.1.2.4.1.1 Alverson, Robert Harold b. 24 Aug. 1954, SC.*

 

1.2.5.1.2.4.2 Alverson, Paul b. 13 Mar. 1931, Boise, Ada Co., ID, md. 20 Oct. 1952 to Hazel Bush b. 20 Oct. 1932, MO.

                                            

    Ch:                                                   

     .1 Randy                           b.  7 Jul. 1953

     .2 Danny                           b.  1 Feb. 1955

     .3 Christene                       b. 28 Mar. 1958

     .4 Vicky Janelle                   b. 17 May  1960

 

1.2.5.1.2.4.2.1 Alverson, Randy b. 7 Jul. 1953, Boise, Ada Co., ID.*

 

1.2.5.1.2.4.2.2 Alverson, Danny b. 1 Feb. 1955, Boise, Ada Co., ID.*

 

1.2.5.1.2.4.2.3 Alverson, Christene b. 28 Mar. 1958, Vancouver, Clarke Co.,  WA.*

 

1.2.5.1.2.4.2.4 Alverson, Vicky Janelle b. 17 May 1960, Vancouver, Clarke Co., WA.*

                                            

1.2.5.1.2.4.3 Alverson, Raymond Howard b. 28 Dec. 1933, Boise, Ada Co., ID, md. 4 Apr. 1956, Oakland, Alameda Co., CA to Barbara Irene Hardy b. 13 Feb. 1937, Worcester, Worcester Co., MA, d/o Leonard William & Sophie Martha (Sadowski) Hardy.

 

Ref: James R. Brown

 

    Ch:                                     

     .1 David Leonard                             b. 27 Dec. 1956

     .2 Mark Leonard                               b. 19 Dec. 1958

     .3 James Michael (twin)                            b.  3 Oct. 1959

     .4 John Raymond (twin)                             b.  3 Oct. 1959

 

1.2.5.1.2.4.3.1 Alverson, David Leonard b. 27 Dec. 1956, Boise, Ada Co., ID.*

 

1.2.5.1.2.4.3.2 Alverson, Mark Leonard b. 19 Dec. 1958, Boise, Ada Co., ID.*

 

1.2.5.1.2.4.3.3 Alverson, James Michael (twin) b. 3 Oct. 1959, Boise, Ada Co., ID.*

 

1.2.5.1.2.4.3.4 Alverson, John Raymond (twin) b. 3 Oct. 1959, Boise, Ada Co., ID.*

 

1.2.5.1.2.4.4 Alverson, Gerald Lee b. 18 Oct. 1939, Boise, Ada Co., ID, md. 16 Apr. 1960, Boise, to Elizabeth Sue Epps b. 23 May 1942, Branston, Tanney Co., MO.

 

Ref: Joseph R. Brown

 

    Ch: 

     .1 Jerry Lee                                    b. 26 Dec. 1960

                                                               

1.2.5.1.2.4.4.1 Alverson, Jerry Lee b. 26 Dec. 1960, Boise, ID.*

 

1.2.5.1.3 Shanks, Margaret Jane b. 5 Jan. 1874, Macon, Macon Co., MO, d. 22 Aug. 1949, CA, md. 26 Feb. 1890 to William Harvey Ross b. 22 Jan. 1862, Athens, MO, d. 4 May 1924, Ames, Story Co., IA.

 

Ref: James R. Brown.

 

    Ch:                   

     .1 Roy Franklin                                 b.  3 Jun. 1892

     .2 Ula Pearl                                     b. 17 Jul. 1894

     .3 Oral Earl                                      b. 16 May 1897

     .4 Neta Fern                                    b.  6 Oct. 1899

     .5 Glen W.                                      b. 15 Jan. 1902

     .6 Thekla Mabel                               b.  8 Apr. 1904

     .7 Cleo                                           b. 16 Sep. 1906     

     .8 Gerald Leon                                 b. 25 Apr. 1910

     .9 Albert Bohannon                           b.  4 Sep. 1916

 

1.2.5.1.3.1 Ross, Roy Franklin b. 3 Jun. 1892, Macon, Macon Co., MO, d. 20 Feb. 1971, Des Moines, Polk Co., IA.

 

Ref: SSDI – Roy Ross b. 3 Jun. 1892, d. Feb. 1971, Des Moines, Polk Co., IA, issued IA prior 1951.

         

1.2.5.1.3.2 Ross, Ula Pearl b. 17 Jul. 1894, Macon, Macon Co., MO, d. ca 1896, bur. Bell Cem., Macon Co., MO.*

 

1.2.5.1.3.3 Ross, Oral Earl b. 16 May 1897, Macon, Macon Co., MO, d. Nov. 1969, FL, bur. Ames, Story Co., IA.

 

Ref: SSDI – Oral Ross b. 16 May 1897, d. Nov. 1969, Grinnell, Poweshiek Co., IA 50112, issued IA, 1955.

 

1.2.5.1.3.4 Ross, Neta Fern b. 6 Oct. 1899, Walnut, Macon Co., MO, md. Jun. 1915 to Charles Everett Cassady.*

 

1.2.5.1.3.5 Ross, Glen W. b. 15 Jan. 1902, MO, md. to Gladys ???.

 

Ref: SSDI - Glen Ross b, 15 Jan. 1902, d. Aug. 1986, Garden Grove, CA 92802, issued IA prior 1951.

                               

1.2.5.1.3.6 Ross, Thekla Mabel b. 8 Apr. 1904, MO, d. Feb. 1953, md. to Carl Fields.*

 

1.2.5.1.3.7 Ross, Cleo b. 16 Sep. 1906, Sheldon, MO.

 

Ref: SSDI – Cleo Ross b. 16 Aug. 1906, d. Aug. 1985, Hot Springs, Garland Co., AR 71901, issued AR prior 1951. Ck!

 

1.2.5.1.3.8 Ross, Gerald Leon b. 25 Apr. 1910, Gifford, MO, md. 11 Jun. 1929 to Jennie L. Bertino.*

   

1.2.5.1.3.9 Ross, Albert Bohannon b. 4 Sep. 1916, Worthington, Putnam Co., MO.

 

Ref: SSDI - Albert Ross b. 4 Sep. 1916, d. Feb. 1982, Seattle, King Co., WA, issued WA prior 1951.

 

1.2.6 Sandusky, John Brown b. 16 Apr. 1816, Bourbon Co., KY, d. 23 Oct. 1886, Brownsburg, Hendricks Co., IN, bur. Bethesda Cem., Brown Twp., Hendricks Co., IN, m1, 14 Jul. 1839 to Harriet McDaniel, div. ca 1846, d/o Asa & Sarah (???) McDaniel. There may also have been a son named Washington Sandusky who dy from the 1st marriage.

 

Ref: John Brown moved to Brown Twp., Hendricks Co., IN in 1838, where on 31 Aug. 1838, he purchased 80 acres.

 

Ref: 1870 Brown Twp., Hendrick Co., IN census, dtd. 1 Sep. 1870; 141/141.

 

Sandusky, John,     54, b. KY, Farmer, RE $11,000, PE $2,000

  “     , Malinda,  42, b. IN, Kp. Hse.

  “     , Bronley,  16, b. IN

  “     , James,    12, b. IN

  “          , Mary,     10, b. IN

  “          , Ellen,     8, b. IN

  “     , Emma,      6, b. IN

  “     , Henry,    25, b. OH, Farm Laborer

  “          , Caroline, 21, b. OH, Kp. Hse.            

  “     , Mary,      1, b. IN

         

Ref: 1900 Brown Twp., Hendricks Co., IN census, pg. 100B.

 

Sandusky, Malinda, 72, b. IN

 

{Henry may be a son of John and Caroline likely the wife of Henry and Mary their daughter. No record of this family prior to  Mar. 2000.}

 

    Ch:    

     .1 Sarah Elizabeth                            b. ca   1840

                                        

John Brown m2, 6 Sep. 1853, Hendricks Co., IN to Malinda Eccles Moody b. 13 Nov. 1827, Rush Co., IN, d. 14 Jul. 1900, Hendricks Co., IN, bur. Bethesda Cem., Brown Twp., Hendricks Co., IN, d/o James & Sarah (Eccles) Moody.

                             

     .2 Brown Lee                                   b. 14 Aug. 1854

     .3 James                                         b. 17 May  1858

     .4 Mary Frances                                b.  3 Jun. 1860

     .5 Allie Annice                                 b. 31 Oct. 1861

     .5 Emma Flora                                 b.  1 Jun. 1864

 

1.2.6.1 Sandusky, Sarah Elizabeth b. ca 1840, md. William Irvine.

 

    Ch:                       

     .1 Susan                                 b.*

 

1.2.6.2 Sandusky, Brown Lee b. 14 Aug. 1854, Brownsburg, Hendricks Co., IN, d. 7 Oct. 1885, bur. Bethesda Cem., Brown Twp., Hendricks Co., IN, n.m.*

 

1.2.6.3 Sandusky, James b. 17 May 1858, Brownsburg, Hendricks Co., IN, d. 3 Sep. 1884, bur. Bethesda Cem., Brown Twp., Hendricks Co., IN, n.m.*

 

1.2.6.4 Sandusky, Mary Frances b. 3 Jun. 1860, Brownsburg, Hendricks Co., IN, d. 20 Oct. 1925, bur. Bethesda Cem., Brown Twp., Hendricks Co., IN, md. 13 Apr. 1879 to Howard Franklin Watson b. ca 1858, Hendricks Co., IN, d. 13 Apr. 1929, bur. Bethesda Cem., s/o Samuel H. & Betsy Ann (???) Watson.

                 

Ref: 1900 Brown Twp., Hendricks Co., IN census, pg. 106A.

 

Watson, Franklin H., 41, b. IN

 

    Ch:  

     .1 Oliver Otis                         b. 22 May  1880

     .2 Raymond Ellis                     b.  3 May  1882

     .3 James Samuel                    b. 27 Aug. 1884

     .4 Bessie Leah                        b. 13 Sep. 1886

     .5 Clifford Russell                   b.  1 Oct. 1888

     .6 Emma Lois                         b. 15 Aug. 1891

     .7 Everson Eugene                  b.  2 Aug. 1896

 

1.2.6.4.1 Watson, Oliver Otis b. 22 May 1880, Hendricks Co., IN, d. ca 1966, bur. Bethesda Cem., Brown Twp., Hendricks Co., IN, md. 10 Apr. 1901 to Sarah Irena Fatout b. ca 1875, d. 1962, bur. Bethesda Cem.

 

Ref: SSDI – Oliver Watson b. 25 Jan. 1880, d. May 1966, Brownsburg, Hendricks Co., IN 46112, issued IN. Ck!

 

Ref: 1900 Brown Twp., Hendricks Co., IN census, pg. 103B – internet.

 

Fatout, Sarah J., 24, b. IN

 

Ref: 1900 Brown Twp., Hendricks Co., IN census, pg. 106A – internet.

 

Watson, Oliver O., 20, b. IN.

 

    Ch:  

     .1 Robert Otis                    b. ca      1904

 

1.2.6.4.1.1 Watson, Robert Otis b. ca 1904, d. ca 1923, bur. Bethesda Cem., Brown Twp., Hendricks Co., IN, n.m.*

     

1.2.6.4.2 Watson, Raymond Ellis b. 3 May 1882, d. 27 Nov. 1896, Bethesda Cem., Brown Twp., Hendricks Co., IN, n.m.*

 

1.2.6.4.3 Watson, James Samuel b. 27 Aug. 1884, Hendricks Co., IN, d. 5 Oct. 1928, Marion Co., IN, bur. Bethesda Cem., Brown Twp., Hendricks Co., IN, md. ca 1904 to Dealia Alice Neese b. ca 1885, d. ca 1948, bur. Bethesda Cem., Brown Twp., Hendricks Co., IN, later div.

 

    Ch: 

     .1 Gladys F.                      b. ca         1904

     .2 Lester                         b.

 

1.2.6.4.3.1 Watson, Gladys F. b. ca 1904, bur. Bethesda Cem., Brown Twp., Hendricks Co., IN, md. to Benjamin E. Tyler b. ca 1902, d. ca 1986, bur. Bethesda Cem.

                           

    Ch: 

     .1 Juanita                        b.*

     .2 Alice                          b.*

     .3 Benny                          b.*

     .4 Danny                          b.*

     .5 Bob                            b.*

 

1.2.6.4.3.2 Watson, Lester md. to Velma Bramlett.

 

    Ch:  

     .1 Verlin                         b.*

     .2 James                          b.*

        

1.2.6.4.4 Watson, Bessie Leah b. 13 Sep. 1886, Pratt Co., KS, d. 30 Jan. 1920, Marion Co., IN, md. 17 Sep. 1904 to Wesley Neese, later div.

 

Ref: Bethesda Cem., Brown Twp., Hendricks Co., IN – J. Wesley Neese (1882-1961). Ck!

 

    Ch:  

     .1 Dorothy Evans                  b. ca     1906

     .2 Fern                           b.

 

1.2.6.4.4.1 Watson, Dorothy Evans b. ca 1906, d. ca 1979, bur. Bethesda Cem., Brown Twp., Hendricks Co., IN, md. Roy B. Holman b. ca 1906, d. ca 1974, bur. Bethesda Cem.

 

Ref: Bethesda Cem. Records.

 

1.2.6.4.4.2 Watson, Fern md. Mr. Mason.*

 

1.2.6.4.5 Watson, Clifford Russell b. 1 Oct. 1888, Hendricks Co., IN, d. 3 Jul. 1937, bur. Bethesda Cem., Brown Twp., Hendricks Co., IN, md. 23 Dec. 1916 to Delia (Neese) Watson b. ca 1885, d. ca 1948, bur. Bethesda Cem.

 

Ref: Bethesda Cem. records indicate that Clifford d. 1929.

 

    Ch: 

     .1 Avaline                        b.

 

1.2.6.4.5.1 Watson, Avaline  md. Richard Rounder.

 

    Ch: 

     .1 Rudy                           b.*

     .2 Gary                           b.*

     .3 Lynn                           b.*

 

1.2.6.4.6 Watson, Emma Lois b. 15 Aug. 1891, Hendricks Co., IN, d. 19 Jun. 1964, bur. Bethesda Cem., Brown Twp., Hendricks Co., IN, md. 29 Nov. 1911 to August William Ward b. ca 1889, d. 2 Mar. 1958, bur. Bethesda Cem., Pennsylvania Railroad Worker, s/o George W. & Henrietta (Smith) Ward.

 

Ref: SSDI – Emma Ward b. 15 Aug. 1891, d. Jun. 1964, issued IN prior 1951.

 

    Ch: 

     .1 Merle Raymond                  b. ca      1912

     .2 Doris Mae                      b. ca      1915

     .3 Frances Marietta               b. ca      1917

     .4 Bessie Susan                   b. ca      1920

     .5 Kenneth Eugene                 b. ca      1924

     .6 June Maxine                    b. ca      1927

     .7 Shirley Joan                   b. ca      1932

     .8 Constance Fay                  b. ca      1934

 

1.2.6.4.6.1 Ward, Merle Raymond b. ca 1912, d. ca 1958, bur. Bethesda Cem., Brown Twp., Hendricks Co., IN, m1 to Vivian Rhinehart b. ca 1918.

 

    Ch:  

     .1 Larry Dean                     b.*

 

Merle Raymond m2 Lucille Greenwell.*

 

1.2.6.4.6.2 Ward, Doris Mae b. 21 May 1915, d. ca May 1987, Rochdale, Putnam Co., IN, bur. Bethesda Cem., Brown Twp., Hendricks Co., IN, md. ca 1932 to Floyd Emmons Hubble b. 8 Nov. 1910, d. 5 Nov. 1992, Coatsville, Hendricks Co., IN, Allison Engineering Co. Res., Coatesville, IN.

 

Ref: Doris Hubble.

        

Ref: SSDI - Doris Hubble b. 21 May 1915, d. May 1987, Rochdale, Putnam Co., IN; Floyd Hubble b. 8 Nov. 1910, d. 5 Nov. 1992, Coatesville, Hendricks Co., IN 46121.

 

    Ch: 

     .1 Betty                          b. ca      1933

     .2 Robert Norman                  b. ca      1936

     .3 Marcella Mae                   b. ca      1943

                  

1.2.6.4.6.2.1 Hubble, Betty b. ca 1933, md. to Jack Wright.

 

    Ch:  

     .1 Anita                          b. ca      1953

     .2 Michael                        b. ca      1956

                                                      

1.2.6.4.6.2.1.1 Wright, Anita b. ca 1953, md. to Norman Hager.

 

    Ch:                     

     .1 Michelle                       b.*

     .2 Heather                        b.*

 

1.2.6.4.6.2.1.2 Wright, Michael b. ca 1956.*

 

1.2.6.4.6.2.2 Hubble, Robert Norman b. ca 1936, Western Electric Co., md. ca 1961 to Patricia Ann Custis.

 

    Ch:                      

     .1 Jeffrey Lee                    b.*

 

1.2.6.4.6.2.3 Hubble, Marcella Mae b. ca 1943, md. ca 1962 to Ronald Luttrell, Masonry Contractor, Educator.

 

Ref: Mrs. Doris Hubble.

            

    Ch:  

     .1 Aaron Matthew                  b. ca      1968*

     .2 Rachel Elaine                  b. ca      1970*

 

1.2.6.4.6.3 Ward, Frances Marietta b. ca 1917, Link Belt Co. m1 to Woodrow Kirchner.

       

    Ch:

     .1 William                        b.*

     .2 Bertram                        b.*

 

Frances m2 to Adrian Moore.

       

     .3 Audrey Dean                    b.*

                     

Frances m3 to William Bradford.*

 

1.2.6.4.6.4 Ward, Bessie Susan b. 24 Sep. 1920, d. ca May 1983, Indianapolis, Marion Co., IN, bur. Bethesda Cem., Brown Twp., Hendricks Co., IN, Eli Lilly Co., md ca 1940 to George W. Hardin b. 26 Feb. 1911, d. ca Mar. 1982, Indianapolis, bur. Bethesda Cem.

 

Ref: SSDI - Bessie Hardin b. 24 Sep. 1920, d. May 1983, Indianapolis, Marion Co., IN 46224, issued IN prior 1951; George Hardin b. 26 Feb. 1911, d. Mar. 1982, Indianapolis, Marion Co., IN 46224, issued IN prior 1951.

 

    Ch:                      

     .1 Ronald William                  b. ca      1942

     .2 Katherine Louise                b. ca      1943

 

1.2.6.4.6.4.1 Hardin, Ronald William b. ca 1942.*

 

1.2.6.4.6.4.2 Hardin, Katherine Louise b. ca 1943, md. ca 1964 to Guy Kuoppola b., Kroger Co. Mechanic.

 

    Ch: 

     .1 Andrew                          b. ca      1967*

     .2 Joseph Edward                   b. ca      1969*

     .3 Karyn Ann                       b. ca      1972*

 

1.2.6.4.6.5 Ward, Kenneth Eugene b. ca 1924, WW 2, d. 1974, bur. Bethesda Cem., Brown Twp., Hendricks Co., IN, md. to Betty Wallace, later div.*

 

1.2.6.4.6.6 Ward, June Maxine b. ca 1927, md. ca 1944 to Richard Erne, Food Director.

      

    Ch:                      

     .1 Timothy                         b.*

     .2 Robby                           b.*

     .3 Teddy                           b.*

     .4 Mary Jo                         b.*

     .5 Cathy                           b.*

     .6 Patrick                         b.*

 

1.2.6.4.6.7 Ward, Shirley Joan b. ca 1932, md. ca 1950 to Jerry Deweese, Sales Manager, Peerless Pump Co. (1950).

 

    Ch:   

     .1 Deborah Lois                    b. ca      1951*

     .2 Linda Sue                       b. ca      1953*

 

1.2.6.4.6.8 Ward, Constance Fay b. ca 1934 md. ca 1952 to Russell Sunderland, Railroad Supervisor.

 

    Ch: 

     .1 Valerie Faye                    b.*

     .2 William Frances                 b.*

     .3 Mark Wayne                      b.*

     .4 Rodney Dale                     b.*

 

1.2.6.4.7 Watson, Everson Eugene b. 2 Aug. 1896, d. 19 Apr. 1953, bur. Bethesda Cem., Brown Twp., Hendricks Co., IN, n.m.*

 

1.2.6.5 Sandusky, Allie Annice b. 31 Oct. 1861, Brownsburg, Hendricks Co., IN, d. 17 Nov. 1887, bur. Bethesda Cem., Brown Twp., Hendricks Co., IN, n.m.*

    

1.2.6.6 Sandusky, Emma Flora b. 1 Jun. 1864, Brownsburg, Hendricks Co., IN, d. 16 Jul. 1888, Bethesda, Brown Twp., Hendricks Co., IN, md. 19 Oct. 1884 to Alva Warren b. ca 1861, d. ca 1915, bur. Bethesda Cem.

 

Ref: James R. Brown.

 

    Ch: 

     .1 infant                          b.

     .2 Emma Verna                      b.

 

1.2.6.6.1 Warren, Infant b.*

 

1.2.6.6.2 Warren, Emma Verna md. to Mr. Merritt.*

 

1.2.7 Sandusky, Brown Lee b. 13 May 1818, Bourbon Co., KY, d. 12 Sep. 1864, Bourbon Co., KY, bur. Turner Cem., Bourbon Co., KY, n.m.*

 

1.2.8 Sandusky, Susan Ann b. 16 Dec. 1820, Bourbon Co., KY, d. 24 Dec. 1891, Bourbon Co., KY, bur. Turner Cem., Stoker Road, Bourbon Co., KY, md. 15 Dec. 1836, Paris, Bourbon Co., KY to William E. Turner Jr. b. 17 Feb. 1792, Lexington, KY, d. 13 Apr. 1878, Bourbon Co., KY, bur. Turner Cem., s/o William & Martha (Ricards) Turner. William m1 to Miss Ricards, no issue; m2 to Sally Ann Sandusky, sister of Susan Ann Sandusky.

 

Ref: 1850 Bourbon Co., KY census, dtd. 4 Sep. 1850, dist. 1, pg. 292; 373/380.

 

Turner, William,     58, b. KY, Farmer, RE $37800

  "   , Susan A.,    30, b. KY

  "   , William A.,  17, b. KY

  "   , Elizabeth,   12, b. KY

  "   , Sally Lee,   10, b. KY

  "   , Charles R.,   8, b. KY

Sandusky, Brown Lee, 33, b. KY, Trader

 

          Ch:

    .1 Elizabeth F.                   b.  6 Jan. 1838

    .2 Sally Lee                      b. ca      1840

    .3 Charles R.                     b. 15 Jul. 1842

 

1.2.8.1 Turner, Elizabeth F. b. 6 Jan. 1838, Bourbon Co., KY, d. 13 Oct. 1855, bur. Turner Cem. with infant son, md. to Isaac R. Rowan (Bowen).*

 

1.2.8.2 Turner, Sally Lee b. ca 1840, Bourbon Co., KY, md. to Harmon Ayres b. Farmer, Livestock Dealer. Res. 1882, Saline Co., MO.*

                                   

1.2.8.3 Turner, Charles R. b. 15 Jul. 1842, Bourbon Co., KY, bur. Turner Cem., Farmer, Mule Trader, Short Horn Breeder, md. 10 Sep. 1861 to Sally A. Redmon b., d/o Thomas Jefferson & Amanda (Redmon) Redmon, no issue. Res. Millersburg, Bourbon Co., KY.*

 

1.3 Sandusky (Sodouski), Sarah “Sara” b. 17 Mar. 1783, Ft. Herrodsburg, Bourbon Co., KY, d. 25 Sep. 1845, bur. Parker Cem., Irvington, Marion Co., IN, md. 10 Jan. 1799, Bourbon Co., KY to John Parker b. 27 Dec. 1774, Snowhill, Worcester Co., MD, d. ca 1842, Jefferson Co., OH while visiting a son, s/o Martin & Drucilla (???) Parker. Res. 1790, Harford Co., MD;  res. 1797, Cane Ridge Settlement, Bourbon Co., KY. Res. 1828, Harrison Co., OH; 1840, Irvington, IN.

 

Ref: Martin Parker b. ca 1750, Baltimore Co., MD, d. ca 1801, Harford Co., MD, md. to Drusilla ???.  In 1790, they were residing in Harford Co., MD.

 

Martin Parker was a s/o John Parker b. ca 1734, Baltimore Co., MD, d. ca 1795, Baltimore Co., MD, Served ca 1774 in Colonel Thomas Price's Regiment of MD Troops, md. to Elizabeth Porter. Res. 1790, Baltimore Co., MD.

 

Ref: Bourbon Co., KY Deed Bk. R, pg. 198, dtd. 4 Sep. 1823; DAR No. 74012; 76537; and James R. Brown.

 

    Ch:                     

     .1 James                           b. 24 Jun. 1799

     .2 Martin                          b. 14 May  1805

     .3 Drucilla                        b. 12 Jun. 1807

     .4 William                         b. 11 Jan. 1809

     .5 Abraham                         b. 13 Jan. 1811

     .6 Aquilla                         b. 20 Mar. 1813

     .7 Samuel                          b. ca      1815

     .8 Mary                            b. 17 May  1817

     .9 John                            b.  6 Mar. 1819

    .10 Sarah                           b. ca      1821

    .11 Henry Clay                      b.  1 May  1823

    .12 George W.                       b. ca      1827

 

1.3.1 Parker, James b. 24 Jun. 1799, md. 20 Oct. 1822 to Elizabeth "Eliza" Foos, d/o General Foos.

 

     Ch:

     .1 Anna                            b.

     .2 John Morris                     b.

     .3 Joseph                          b.

     .4 Ellen                           b.

     .5 Mary                            b.

     .6 Sarah "Hatty"                   b.

     .7 William                         b.

 

1.3.1.1 Parker, Anna b., md. to John Morris.*

 

1.3.1.2 Parker, John Morris b., md. to Sarah Leach.*

 

1.3.1.3 Parker, Joseph b.,*

 

1.3.1.4 Parker, Ellen b., md. to C. Browning.*

                                       

1.3.1.5 Parker, Mary b., md. to A. Cole.*

 

1.3.1.6 Parker, Sarah "Hatty" b., md. to M. McGee.*

                                                   

1.3.1.7 Parker, William b.*  

 

1.3.2 Parker, Martin b. 14 May 1805, d. 6 Jan. 1892, London, Madison Co., OH, bur. Oak Hill Cem., London, md. 4 Aug. 1850 to Alice O. Winchester b. ca 1822, d. ca 1911, bur. Sec. 1, Lot 62, Oak Hill Cem., London, d/o Alvah Winchester.

 

Ref: Don Showers dkshow@hotmail.com dtd. 12 Oct. 1999.

    

     Ch:

     .1 Samuel Foster                   b. ca     1853

     .2 Clara "Clary"                   b. ca       1855

     .3 Hannah                          b. ca       1858

     .4 Sarah “Sally” "Sallie"          b. ca     1859

     .5 Alvah Webster "Alva"            b. 31 Mar. 1861

 

1.3.2.1 Parker, Samuel Foster b. ca 1853.*

 

1.3.2.2 Parker, Clara “Clary” b. ca 1855.*

 

1.3.2.3 Parker, Hannah b. ca 1858.*

 

1.3.2.4 Parker, Sarah “Sally” “Sallie” b. ca 1859.*

 

1.3.2.5 Parker, Alvah Webster “Alva” b. 31 Mar. 1861, London, Madison Co., OH, d. 7 May 1891, Spaulding, Union Co., IA, bur. Spaulding Cem., md. ca 1890, Effie Mae Hartman b. 29 Jan. 1872, Johnson Co., IA, d. 18 Nov. 1956, Lorimor, Union Co., IA, bur. Spaulding Cem.

 

          Ch:

          .1 Carrie Meryl                                    b. 12 Aug. 1892

          .2 Edith Viola                                                b. 11 Feb. 1895

          .3 Harlan                                              b.  2 Jul. 1899

 

1.3.2.5.1 Parker, Carrie Meryl b. 12 Aug. 1892, d. 8 Oct. 1982, m1 to Mr. Webster, no issue.

 

Carrie Meryl m2 to Mr. Wishart, no issue.

 

Ref: SSDI – Meryl Wishart b. 12 Aug. 1892, d. Oct. 1982, Maryville, Nodaway Co., MO 64468, issued IA, 1956.

 

1.3.2.5.2 Parker, Edith Viola b. 11 Feb. 1895, Spaulding, Union Co., IA, d. 2 Jul. 1981, Maryville, Nodaway Co., MO, bur. Spaulding Cem., Union Co., IA, md. 5 Oct. 1920, to Arvid Allie Showers b. 9 Jun. 1891, d. 31 May 1974, Lorimor, IA, bur. Spaulding Cem., WW 1 Veteran, s/o Charles D. & Helen (Wixom) Showers.

 

Ref: SSDI – Edith Showers b. 11 Feb. 1895, d. Jul. 1891, Maryville, Nodaway Co., MO 64468, issued IA prior 1951; Arvid Showers b. 9 Jun. 1891, d. May 1974, Lorimor, Union Co., IA 50149, issued IA prior 1951.

 

          Ch:

          .1 Donald Keith                                    b. 23 Feb. 1923

 

1.3.2.5.1.1 Showers, Donald Keith b. 23 Feb. 1923, Creston, Union Co., IA, WW 2 Veteran, Pharmacist, md. 25 Aug. 1946 to Lela Arlene Shaffer b. 26 Apr. 1925.

 

          Ch:

          .1 Allan Keith                                                b. 28 Apr. 1948

          .2 David Kenneth                                 b. 30 Oct. 1950

          .3 Martha Pettegrew                                      b. 12 May  1954

          .4 Carol Horning                                   b. 21 Jul. 1959

 

1.3.2.5.1.2.1 Showers, Allan Keith b. 28 Apr. 1948, md. 18 Sep. 1971 to LaRita Carlson.

 

          Ch:

          .1 Karla                                                        b.  1 Apr. 1974

          .2 Sarah Ann                                        b.  8 Jan. 1976

          .3 Jeffrey Allan                                    b.  8 Jun. 1978

          .4 Steven Brent                                   b. 19 Feb. 1982

 

1.3.2.5.1.2.1.1 Showers, Karla b. 1 Apr. 1974, md. to Philip Bowers. Karla was adopted from Korea.

 

          Ch:

          .1 Jaggar                                                      b. 14 Feb. 1994*

          .2 Raven                                                       b. 20 Apr. 1995*

 

1.3.2.5.1.2.1.2 Showers, Sarah Ann b. 8 Jan. 1976.*

 

1.3.2.5.1.2.1.3 Showers, Jeffrey Allan b. 8 Jun. 1978.*

 

1.3.2.5.1.2.1.4 Showers, Steven Brent b. 19 Feb. 1982.*

 

1.3.2.5.1.2.2 Showers, David Kenneth b. 30 Oct. 1950, md. 10 Aug. 1974 to Lisa Marie Wideman.

 

          Ch:

          .1 Michael David                                  b. 29 Nov. 1980*

          .2 Rebecca Marie                                 b.  9 Mar. 1985*

 

1.3.2.5.1.2.3 Showers, Martha Pettegrew b. 12 May 1954, md. 1 Aug. 1975 to Patric Pettegrew b. 2 Jan. 1955.

 

          Ch:

          .1 Megan Carrie                                   b.  8 Oct. 1976

          .2 Brian Patric                                     b.  4 Dec. 1979

          .3 Lela Mary                                        b.  6 May  1987

 

1.3.2.5.1.2.3.1 Pettegrew, Megan Carrie b. 8 Oct. 1976, md. 2 Aug. 1997 to Alex Donley.*

 

1.3.2.5.1.2.3.2 Pettegrew, Brian Patric b. 4 Dec. 1979.*

 

1.3.2.5.1.2.3.3 Pettegrew, Lela Mary b. 6 May 1987.*

 

1.3.2.5.1.2.4 Showers, Carol Horning b. 21 Jul. 1959, md. to ???, later div.

 

          Ch:

          .1 Jessica Ann                                               b.  9 Dec. 1984*

          .2 Elizabeth Rae                                  b.  1 Mar. 1987*

          .3 Christopher Alan                              b.  1 Jul. 1991*

 

1.3.2.5.1.3 Parker, Harlan b. 2 Jul. 1899, d. 6 Jan. 1918, France, influenza, WW #1 Veteran.*

 

1.3.3 Parker, Drucilla b. 12 Jun. 1807, Bourbon Co., KY, d. 11 Feb. 1864, Indianola, Carroll Twp., Vermilion Co., IL, bur. Sodowsky Cem., Indianola, m1, ca 1827, Bourbon Co., KY to Augustine Talbott.

 

Ref: Augustine Mason Talbott “was a merchant at Millersburg, that State (KY) for several years, but having become security for other people too, largely, he failed in business, when in 1826, he removed to Madison County, Ohio and there began the race of life anew by teaching school in a log house, on the subscription plan.  He died at the early age of twenty-eight, a poor man, leaving a widow and three children: (from Portrait and Biographical Album, Vermilion County, Illinois by the Chapman Brothers, published in 1889).

 

     Ch:

     .1 John Mason                      b.

     .2 Hugh A.                         b. ca        1829

     .3 Henry Edward Parker             b.  7 Aug. 1831

 

Drusilla m2, 23 May 1833, Courthouse, London, Madison Co., OH to Marcus “a.k.a. Martin and Marquis” Garrett b., d. 20 Sep. 1877, Vermilion Co., IL. Marcus m2, 6 Nov. 1864 to widow, Mary A. Beard/Baird.

 

     .4 Aquilla                         b. ca         1834

     .5 Sarah                           b. ca         1836

     .6 William                         b. ca        1838

     .7 Mary                            b. ca        

     .8 James P.                        b. 14 Oct. 1843

     .9 Martin                          b. ca         1848

    .10 Drucilla                        b. ca        1848

 

1.3.3.1 Talbott, John Mason b., md. to Louise J. ???.*

                          

1.3.3.2 Talbott, Hugh A. b. ca 1829, OH, md. 4 Jun. 1853, Vermilion Co., IL to Julia Ann Obriant (a.k.a. A. O'Brien or O’Bryant.

 

Ref: Hugh and Julia migrated to KS ca 1866 – 1868, and were living in Centerville Twp., Neosho Co., KS in 1870 and 1880.*

                                           

1.3.3.3 Talbott, Henry Edward Parker b. 7 Aug. 1831, London, Deer Creek Twp., Madison Co., OH, d. 9 Apr. 1910, Vermilion Co., IL, bur. Woodlawn Cem., Indianola, Vermilion Co., IL, md. 29 Jan. 1867, Vermilion Co., IL to Lucy Utterback b. 17 Sep. 1839, Perry, Ralls Co., MO, d. 29 Sep. 1928, bur. Woodlawn Cem.

 

Ref: Henry worked as a carpenter / contractor near Indianapolis from the early 1850’s until 1862 when he enlisted in Co. G, 79th Indiana Infantry; was taken ill in the spring of 1863, was discharged, and returned to Indianpolis, when in 1865 he moved back to Vermilion Co., IL where he built several house near Catlin, IL. Henry and Lucy settled on a farm in Sidell Twp., Vermilion Co., IL where they raised three children. Henry also served as a Justice of the Peace, School Treasurer, School Teacher for two terms, and in 1870 was elected Supervisor (I assume Co. Supervisor) which position he held for 10 years.  

 

          Ch:

          .1 Augustin Mason “Gus”                        b. ca   1868          

          .2 Henry Hugh                                               b. ca   1870

          .3 Sarah E.                                           b. ca   1872

 

1.3.3.3.1 Talbott, Augustin Mason “Gus” b. 15 May 1868, Sidell, Vermilion Co., IL, d. 9 Mar. 1952, bur. Woodlawn Cem., Indianola, Vermilion Co., IL, Veternarian, md. 17 Apr. 1895 to Fannie Finley b. 4 Mar. 1874, d. 4 Mar. 1967, Vermilion Co., IL.

 

          Ch:

          .1 Infant                                                       b.

          .2 Pauline                                            b.  5 May  1897

          .3 Vesuvious                                        b. ca   1898

 

1.3.3.3.1.1 Talbott, Infant b., d., bur. Woodlawn Cem., Indianola, Vermilion Co., IL.

 

1.3.3.3.1.2 Talbott, Pauline b. 5 May 1897, Sidell, Vermilion Co., IL, d. 5 Feb. 1981, Danville, Vermilion Co., IL, bur. Homer Cem., Vermilion Co., IL, md. to Henry Lee Smith.*

 

1.3.3.3.1.3 Talbott, Vesuvious b. ca 1898, md. ca 1931 to Helen Craddock.

 

          Ch:

          .1 John R.                                           b. 14 Apr. 1936

          .2 Linda                                                        b.

 

1.3.3.3.1.3.1 Talbott, John R. b. 14 Apr. 1936, md. to Suzanne Current b. 25 Dec. 1941.

 

          Ch:

          .1 Greg                                                         b. 10 Apr. 1961*

          .2 Scott                                                        b.  5 Sep. 1964*

          .3 Susan                                                        b.  9 Oct. 1965*

          .4 Chris                                                        b. 29 Aug. 1972*

          .5 Robyn                                                       b. 14 Sep. 1976*

          .6 Brian                                                        b.  7 Aug. 1978*

 

1.3.3.3.1.3.2 Talbott, Linda b., md. to Mr. McCrone.*

         

1.3.3.3.2 Talbott, Henry Hugh b. ca 1870, IL, d. ca 1882, bur. Woodlawn Cem., Indianola, Vermilion Co., IL.*

 

1.3.3.3.3 Talbott, Sarah E. b. ca 1872, d. ca 1957, bur. Woodlawn Cem., Indianola, Vermilion Co., IL.*

 

1.3.3.4 Garrett, Aquilla b. ca 1834, Madison Co., OH, d. ca 1909, Crawford Co., KS, md. 10 Feb. 1856, Danville, Vermilion Co., IL to Sarah Chandler.

 

Ref: Aquilla under the name of Aquilla Gadd md. 10 Feb. 1856, Danville, Vermilion Co., IL to Sarah Chandler. They purchased property in Sidell Twp., Vermilion in 1861 and migrated to KS ca 1868 where they settled in Centerville Twp., Neosho Co., KS until the early 1880’s when the family moved west to Crawford Co., KS. In Crawford Co., KS, Aquilla ran a saw mill at Coalvale, Lincoln Twp., Crawford Co., KS. Through the years, Aquilla and Sarah had at least 10 children, born in IL, Neosho Co., KS and Crawford Co., KS.

 

1.3.3.5 Garrett, Sarah  b. ca 1836, OH, d. Vermilion Co., IL, bur. Woodlawn Cem., Indianola, Vermilion Co., IL, md. ca 1854 to Henry O’Bryant b., d. Vermilion Co., IL, bur. Woodlawn Cem. Res. Vermilion Co., IL; 12 children.

 

Ref: See 1860, 1870 and 1880 IL census.

 

1.3.3.6 Garrett, William b. ca 1838, OH, d. prior 1877, md. 20 Aug. 1862, Vermilion Co., IL to Elizabeth Coffeen. They had at least one daughter. Res. 1865, Vermilion Co., IL.

 

1.3.3.7 Garrett, Mary b. ca 1841, OH, md. ca 1859 to Lewis Long.*

 

1.3.3.8 Garrett, James P. b. 14 Oct. 1843, OH, d. 20 Feb. 1919, Indianola, Vermilion Co., IL, bur. Woodlawn Cem., Indianola, md. 18 Dec. 1866, Indianola, Vermilion Co., IL to Josephine Misner b.

 

Ref: James & Josephine are listed in the 1870 and 1880 Carroll Twp., Vermilion Co., IL census.

 

1.3.3.9 Garrett, Martin b. ca 1848, md. 3 Jul. 1883, Vermilion Co., IL to Mary Moran /Morgan.*

 

1.3.3.10 Garrett, Drusilla b. ca 1848, d. 11 Feb. 1864, Indianola, Carroll Twp., Vermilion Co., IL, bur. Sodowsky Cem., Indianola.

 

Ref: After her Mother’s death in 1864, “Densie” may have worked as a domestic servant for the William Sandusky family as she was enumerated with that family in the 1870 census.*

 

1.3.4 Parker, William b. 11 Jan. 1809, md. Hepsabeth Evans/Hebsibah Ewing.

 

Ref: DAR No. 52616.

                         

    Ch:      

     .1 William                         b.

     .2 Mary                            b.

     .3 Sarah                           b.

     .4 Oliver                          b.

     .5 Louis                           b.

     .6 Eliza                           b.

 

1.3.4.1 Parker, William b.*

 

1.3.4.2 Parker, Mary b. Logan Co., OH, md. Ronald B. Lynch.

 

Ref: Mary’s DAR No. is 52616.*

 

1.3.4.3 Parker, Sarah b., md. to Joe Lawrence.*

                                             

1.3.4.4 Parker, Oliver b.*                   

                                            

1.3.4.5 Parker, Louis b.*                   

                                           

1.3.4.6 Parker, Eliza b., md. to Stephen Evans.*

                                              

1.3.5 Parker, Abraham b. 13 Jan. 1811, d. 27 Jan. 1870, md. ca 1838 to Anna G. Parker/Gideon b. ca 1821, d. ca 1911.

 

    Ch: 

     .1 Sarah S.                                      b. ca      1843

     .2 Mary                                           b.

     .3 Catherine "Kate"                          b.

     .4 George W.                                  b.

     .5 Jessie                                b.

     .6 Elizabeth                           b.

 

1.3.5.1 Parker, Sarah S. b. ca 1843, d. ca 1909, md. 15 Nov. 1860, Dewitt Co., IL (DCMR vBp238) to Emanuel G. Argo b. ca 1838, d. ca 1919.

 

Ref: DAR Papers; IL Internet State Marriage Records (2000).

        

    Ch:

     .1 Katherine                          b.

     .2 Florence                            b. ca      1862

 

1.3.5.1.1 Argo, Katherine b. Clinton, Dewitt Co., IL md. to J. O. Stemmler.

 

Ref: Katherine's DAR No. is 76537.

 

1.3.5.1.2 Argo, Florence b. ca 1862, md. 15 Dec. 1888, Dewitt Co., IL (DCMR vDp137) to Perry Hughes b. ca 1865.

 

    Ch: 

     .1 Ruth                                  b.

             

1.3.5.1.2.1 Hughes, Ruth b. Clinton, Dewitt Co., IL, md. to George J. Smith.

 

Ref: Ruth's DAR Number is 153136.

 

1.3.5.2 Parker, Mary b., md. to J. Blue.*

                                       

1.3.5.3 Parker, Catherine "Kate" b., md. to B. Smith.*

 

1.3.5.4 Parker, George W. b., md. to Gilley Barley.*

                                                  

1.3.5.5 Parker, Jessie b., md. to William Booth.*

 

1.3.5.6 Parker, Elizabeth b., md. to F. Byerley.*

                                               

1.3.6 Parker, Aquilla b. 20 Mar. 1813, Bourbon Co., KY, d. 18 Dec. 1888, md. 15 Mar. 1838 to Rebecca Wilson b. 3 Mar. 1823, Marion Co., IN, d. 1 Jan. 1871, Irvington, IN.

 

Ref: Bourbon Co., KY 1850 census. Ck!

 

     Ch:

     .1 Rebecca A.                        b.

     .2 John B. W.                        b.

     .3 Henry C.                            b.

     .4 Sarah L.                             b.

     .5 George W.                         b.

     .6 Eliza J.                        b.

     .7 Frank W.                        b.

     .8 Armanda E.                      b.

     .9 Albert H.                       b.

    .10 Emma L.                         b.

    .11 Kate E.                         b.

    .12 Charles B.                      b.

 

1.3.6.1 Parker, Rebecca A. b., md. to G. Askren.*

                                               

1.3.6.2 Parker, John B. W. b., md. to Mary West.*

                                                

1.3.6.3 Parker, Henry C. b., md. to Lavina Smith.*

                                               

1.3.6.4 Parker, Sarah L. b.*

 

1.3.6.5 Parker, George W. b., md. to Betty Lewis.*

 

1.3.6.6 Parker, Eliza J. b., md. to Lou (Nolan) Nowlin.*

 

1.3.6.7 Parker, Frank W. b., md. to Martha Wilson.*

 

1.3.6.8 Parker, Armanda E. b., md. to A. Kaylor.*

 

1.3.6.9 Parker, Albert H. b., md. to Alice Bogges.*

 

1.3.6.10 Parker, Emma L. b., md. to L. Kiger.*

 

1.3.6.11 Parker, Kate E. b., md. to Charles (Nolan) Nowlin.

 

Ref: Andrea Nowlin NOWLIN@indy.net (1999)

 

          Ch:

          .1 Charles A.                                       b.

 

1.3.6.11.1 Nowlin, Charles b., md. to Mary J. Crull.

 

          Ch:

          .1 Eugene                                                     b.

 

1.3.6.11.1.1 Nowlin, Eugene b., md. to Frances Avery.

 

          Ch:

          .1 Douglas                                           b.

         

1.3.6.11.1.1.1 Nowlin, Douglas b., md. to Andrea Mazella b.

 

Ref: Andrea Nowlin NOWLIN@indy.net (1999)

 

          Ch:

          .1 Daniel Avery                                    b.*

          .2 Ann Renee                                       b.*

 

1.3.6.12 Parker, Charles B. b.*

 

1.3.7 Parker, Samuel b. ca 1815, md. to Ms. Anderson.*

 

1.3.8 Parker, Mary b. 17 May 1817, d. ca 1903, md. to Henry McCullum.

 

     Ch:

     .1 Vesviccus (Vesuvius)           b.*

     .2 Elizabeth                      b.*

     .3 Sally                          b.*

 

1.3.9 Parker, John b. 6 Mar. 1819, d. 14 Jun. 1895, Catlin, Vermilion Co., IL, md. 23 Nov. 1840 to Hannah Clark b. 7 Sep. 1821, Harrison Co., OH, d. 25 Jul. 1911, Catlin.

 

Ref: 1850 Vermilion Co., IL census, dtd. 28 Aug. 1850, dist. 21, pg. 623/318; 133.

 

Parker, John,     30, b. KY, RE $500

  "   , Hannah,   26, b. ??

  "   , Drusilla, 10, b. ??

  "   , Sarah,     8, b. ??

  "   , Mary E.,   6, b. ??

 

Ref: 1860 Danville, Catlin Twp., Vermilion Co., IL census, dtd. 15 Jun. 1860, pg. 101; 732/732.

 

Parker, John,     41, b. KY, RE $2500, PE $800

  "   , Hannah,   38, b. OH

  "   , Drusilla, 18, b. IN

  "   , Sarah,    16, b. IN

  "   , Mary,     14, b. IN

  "   , William,  12, b. IL

  "   , John,     10, b. IL

  "   , Ann E.,    8, b. IL

  "   , James,     6, b. IL

  "   , Oscar F.,  3, b. IL

  "   , George,    2, b. IL

  "   , Henry,  3/12, b. IL

 

     Ch:

     .1 Drusilla J.                                    b.  4 Jun. 1842

     .2 Sarah L.                                      b.  7 Dec. 1843

     .3 Mary Elizabeth                             b.  4 Sep. 1845

     .4 William D.                                   b. 23 Oct. 1847

     .5 George W.                                  b.  6 Nov. 1847

     .6 John Martin                                 b. 21 Dec. 1849

     .7 Annie E.                                      b. 13 Jan. 1852

     .8 James W.                                    b. 18 Apr. 1854

     .9 Henry E. T. "Bob"                         b. 23 Apr. 1860

    .10 Flora C.                                      b. 29 May  1862

    .11 Clinton W.                                  b. 13 Aug. 1866

    .12 Oscar Franklin                             b.  5 Dec. 1868

 

1.3.9.1 Parker, Drusilla J. b. 4 Jun. 1842, Irvington, Marion Co., IN, d. 29 Oct. 1928, Westville, Vermilion Co., IL, bur. Woodlawn Cem., Catlin, Vermilion Co., IL, md. 3 Sep. 1865 to John M. Hinton b. 23 Mar. 1836, d. 27 Aug. 1911, Westville, Vermilion Co., IL, bur. Oak Ridge Cem., Catlin, s/o Joshua & Matilda (???) Hinton.

 

     Ch:

     .1 Charles Howard                          b. 23 Jul. 1866

     .2 Annie Flora                                 b. ca      1868

     .3 Elizabeth Bell "Lizzie"                  b. 25 Mar. 1872

     .4 John Parker                    b. 21 Feb. 1877

     .5 Hannah Matilda "Kittie"        b. 23 Aug. 1881

     .6 William Oscar "Will"           b.  5 Mar. 1883

 

1.3.9.1.1 Hinton, Charles Howard b. 23 Jul. 1866, Catlin, Vermilion Co., IL, d. Sep. 1940, Ponca City, Kay Co., OK, bur. Ponca City Cem., md. 14 Aug. 1899, Sherman, TX to Mabel Cother b. 23 Mar. 1877, Sherman, d. 21 Aug. 1944, Halstead, Harvey Co., KS, bur. Ponca City Cem.

 

     Ch:

     .1 Verda "Verdie"                             b.

     .2 Anabel                               b.

     .3 Helen                                b.

 

1.3.9.1.1.1 Hinton, Verda "Verdie" b. ca 1901, TX, md. George Guy Swallow d. ca 1968, Grants Pass, OR.

 

Ref: SS records indicate that Verda Swallow b. 4 Mar. 1901, d Nov. 1984.

 

     Ch:

     .1 Joe                        b.

     .2 James V.                           b.  3 Jan. 1936

                                                      

1.3.9.1.1.1.1 Swallow, Joe b.*

    

1.3.9.1.1.1.2 Swallow, James V. b. 3 Jan. 1936, md. 4 Feb. 1967, Carmel, CA to Lucinda "Cindy" Curll b. 27 Jan. 1945.

       

     Ch:                                            

     .1 James Corbet                     b. 11 Sep. 1967*

     .2 Gregory Hinton                   b. 14 Jul. 1969*

     .3 Kelly Macay                        b.  8 Jun. 1971*

 

1.3.9.1.1.2 Hinton, Anabel b. 23 Jul. 1903, Wynnewood, OK Indian Territory, md. 17 Jun. 1927, Ponca City, Kay Co., OK to Charles Everett Jester b. 7 Jan. 1903, Oxford, Sumner Co., KS, d. 17 Nov. 1970, Ponca City, bur. Ponca City Cem.

 

Ref: SSDI - Charles Jester b. 7 Jan. 1903, d. Nov. 1970, Newkirk, Kay Co., OK 74601, issued OK, prior 1951.

 

     Ch:

     .1 Charles Everett Jr.             b. 12 Apr. 1933

     .2 Kathryn Ann                       b. 22 Mar. 1938

                                                     

1.3.9.1.1.2.1 Jester, Charles Everett Jr. b. 12 Apr. 1933, Ponca City, Kay Co., OH, d. 10 May 1967, Dallas, TX, md. 16 Jul. 1955, Ponca City to Janet Sue Sexton b. 17 Apr. 1933, Ponca City.

 

     Ch:

     .1 Shannon Ann                       b. 20 Oct. 1957

     .2 Shaun William                    b. 24 Oct. 1962

                                                     

1.3.9.1.1.2.1.1 Jester, Shannon Ann b. 20 Oct. 1957, Palo Alto, CA, md. 20 Dec. 1978, Irving, TX to James Dwight South b. 16 Jul. 1957, Abilene, TX.

 

     Ch:

     .1 Charles Connor                  b.  5 Apr. 1985

 

1.3.9.1.1.2.1.1.1 South, Charles Conner b. 5 Apr. 1985, Dallas, TX.*

 

1.3.9.1.1.2.1.2 Jester, Shaun William b. 24 Oct. 1962, Dallas, TX, md. 31 Mar. 1990, Irving, TX to Sonja Browning b. 9 Jan. 1962, Seattle, WA.

 

     Ch:

     .1 Shaun William Jr.               b. 17 Jan. 1992

 

1.3.9.1.1.2.1.2.1 Jester, Shaun William Jr. b. 17 Jan. 1992, Irving, TX.*

 

1.3.9.1.1.2.2 Jester, Kathryn Ann b. 22 Mar. 1938, Ponca City, Kay Co., OK, m1, 13 May 1961 to H. Radford "Rad" Byerley b. 22 May 1936, Houston, TX, Dr., div. ca 1980.

                                               

     Ch:                                      

     .1 Laura Ruth                     b. 27 Dec. 1961

     .2 Hamilton Radford "Hamp"        b. 29 May  1963

     .3 Charles Martin                 b. 17 Aug. 1965

 

Kathryn Ann m2, 12 Aug. 1981, Rockville, MD to James Emlen Hutchinson b. 11 Jan. 1937, Charlotte, NC, Dr.*

 

1.3.9.1.1.2.2.1 Byerley, Laura Ruth b. 27 Dec. 1961, Evanston, IL, Dr.*

 

1.3.9.1.1.2.2.2 Byerley, Hamilton Radford "Hamp" b. 29 May 1963, Boston, MA.*

 

1.3.9.1.1.2.2.3 Byerley, Charles Martin b. 17 Aug. 1965, Houston, TX.*

 

1.3.9.1.1.3 Hinton, Helen b. 30 May 1913, Newton Co., TX, d. Dec. 1965, Columbus, Cherokee Co., KS, bur. Dec. 1965, Columbus, md. 25 Dec. 1936, Sparks, Lincoln Co., OK to Clay Bell Whitehead b. 17 Mar. 1908, Benedict, Wilson Co., KS, d. 26 Apr. 1986, Columbus, bur. Columbus, Methodist.

 

Ref: SSDI – Clay Whitehead b. 17 Mar. 1908, d. Apr. 1986, res. Columbus, Cherokee Co., KS 66725, issued KS, prior 1951.

 

     Ch:

     .1 Clay Thomas                    b.

     .2 Susan Jane                     b.

     .3 Nancy Ann                      b.

     .4 Helen Elizabeth "Betsy"        b.

 

1.3.9.1.1.3.1 Whitehead, Clay Thomas b. 12 Nov. 1938, Neodesha, Wilson Co., KS, md. 19 May 1973, Washington, D. C. to Margaret Mahon b. 15 Jul. 1943, Bowling Green, VA.

 

     Ch:

     .1 Abigail Walton                 b. 24 Jul. 1976

     .2 Clay Cother                    b. 21 Nov. 1979

 

1.3.9.1.1.3.1.1 Whitehead, Abigail Walton b. 24 Jul. 1976, Santa Monica, CA.*

 

1.3.9.1.1.3.1.2 Whitehead, Clay Cother b. 21 Nov. 1979, Santa Monica, CA.*

 

1.3.9.1.1.3.2 Whitehead, Susan Jane b. 27 Dec. 1942, Mercy Hospital, Parsons, Labette Co., KS, md. 30 Jan. 1964, Lawrence, KS to George Stephen Kush b. 20 Dec. 1935, Chicago, IL.

 

     Ch:                                      

     .1 William Rex                    b. 29 Jun. 1960

     .2 Cynthia Kay                    b. 11 Nov. 1964

                                                     

1.3.9.1.1.3.2.1 Kush, William Rex b. 29 Jun. 1960, Norton Hospital, Columbus, Cherokee Co., KS, md. 4 Mar. 1988 to Nadine Kobel.

 

     Ch:

     .1 Liane Elizabeth                b. 24 May  1990

 

1.3.9.1.1.3.2.1.1 Kush, Liane Elizabeth b. 24 May 1990, Concord, MA.*

 

1.3.9.1.1.3.2.2 Kush, Cynthia Kay b. 11 Nov. 1964, Wright Patterson Hospital, Dayton, OH.*

 

1.3.9.1.1.3.3 Whitehead, Nancy Ann b. 15 Apr. 1944, Mercy Hospital, Parsons, Labette Co., KS, md. 24 Jan. 1982, Middleberg, Louden Co., VA to Jack Jenkins b. 16 Mar. 1942, Colfax, WA.*

 

1.3.9.1.1.2.4 Whitehead, Helen Elizabeth "Betsy" b. 3 Mar. 1947, Mercy Hospital, Parsons, Labette Co., KS, md. 23 Jul. 1966, St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Kansas City, KS to Harry James Winkler 11 b. 3 Jan. 1944, Kansas City, Wyandotte Co., KS.

 

     Ch:

     .1 Michael Austin                    b. 21 Feb. 1967

     .2 Amanda Elizabeth               b. 30 Aug. 1972

 

Helen Elizabeth "Betsy" m2, 18 Dec. 1983, Lexington, MA to James Patrick Conerly b. 16 Apr. 1946, Paterson, NJ.

 

Ref: 18 Feb. 2000 – Bconerly@bellsouth.net

 

1.3.9.1.1.2.4.1 Winkler, Michael Austin b. 21 Feb. 1967, Providence Hospital, Kansas City, KS.*

 

1.3.9.1.1.2.4.2 Winkler, Amanda Elizabeth b. 30 Aug. 1972, Northside Hospital, Atlanta, GA.*

 

1.3.9.1.2 Hinton, Annie Flora b. ca 1868, Catlin, Vermilion Co., IL, d. ca 1948, md. IL, to Elsberry Smith b. 4 Apr. 1868, d. 9 Jun. 1952, Georgetown, IL.

 

     Ch:

     .1 Chester Thurman                b.  5 Sep. 1889

     .2 Charles                         b. ca      1890

     .3 Ester                           b. ca      1898

     .4 Dorothy E.                      b. 25 Jan. 1900

 

1.3.9.1.2.1 Smith, Chester Thurman b. 5 Sep. 1889, Danville, IL, d. 14 Jul. 1956, Danville, md. 7 Feb. 1906, Chrisman, IL to Bertha Gillis b. 17 Feb. 1888, d. 14 Apr. 1948, Danville.

 

     Ch:

     .1 Lyle Gillis                     b. 10 May  1908

     .2 Anna Lear                       b. 14 Apr. 1916

     .3 Carroll Dean                    b. 26 Nov. 1920

 

Chester Thurman m2, ca 1950 to Fornia Page.

 

1.3.9.1.2.1.1 Smith, Lyle Gillis b. 10 May 1908, IL, d. 4 Nov. 1934, md. ca 1932, Hoopeston, IL to Ruby ???.*

                                              

1.3.9.1.2.1.2 Smith, Anna Lear b. 14 Apr. 1916, Danville, IL, md. 7 Mar. 1937, Crawfordsville, IN to William Harold Boon b. 16 Mar. 1913, Potomac, IL, d. 14 Sep. 1965.

 

     Ch:

     .1 Lyle Thomas                     b. 25 Apr. 1941

     .2 Larry Dean                      b. 27 Aug. 1944

     .3 Sheryl Lynn                     b.  5 Mar. 1946

     .4 William Wayne                   b. 23 Jan. 1952

 

Anna Lear m2, 7 Feb. 1964, Reno, NV to Robert Harding Anderson b. 11 Nov. 1920, Duluth, MN, d. 7 Dec. 1981.

                                                       

1.3.9.1.2.1.2.1 Boon, Lyle Thomas b. 25 Apr. 1941, Danville, IL, md. 12 Oct. 1971, Reno, NV to Francia (Villamor) Disuanco b. 20 Sep. 1944, Naga City, Camarines Norte, Philippines.

 

     Ch:

     .1 Thomas Edward                  b.  2 Feb. 1972

     .2 Brian Vincent                  b.  4 Apr. 1976

     .3 Melanie Michelle               b. 27 Apr. 1977

 

1.3.9.1.2.1.2.1.1 Boon, Thomas Edward b. 2 Feb. 1972, Carmichael, CA.*

 

1.3.9.1.2.1.2.1.2 Boon, Brian Vicent b. 4 Apr. 1976, Sacramento, CA.*

 

1.3.9.1.2.1.2.1.3 Boon, Melanie Michelle b. 27 Apr. 1977, Sacramento, CA.*

 

1.3.9.1.2.1.2.2 Boon, Larry Dean b. 27 Aug. 1944, Danville, IL, md. 27 Oct. 1963, Carson City, NV to Pearl Jean Godwin b. 25 Apr. 1944, Turlock, CA.

 

     Ch:

     .1 Timothy Dean                   b. 24 Aug. 1965

     .2 Rodney Wayne                   b. 30 Apr. 1967

 

1.3.9.1.2.1.2.2.1 Boon, Timothy Dean b. 24 Aug. 1965, Roseville, CA, md. 26 Jul. 1987, Newcastle, CA to Sundi Booth b. 10 Apr. 1968, CA.

 

     Ch:

     .1 Dean Michael                   b. 20 Jan. 1989

     .2 Allen Wayne                    b.  7 Jun. 1990

 

1.3.9.1.2.1.2.2.1.1 Boon, Dean Michael b. 20 Jan. 1989, Sacramento, CA.*

 

1.3.9.1.2.1.2.2.1.2 Boon, Allen Wayne b. 7 Jun. 1990, Sacramento, CA.*

 

1.3.9.1.2.1.2.2.2 Boon, Rodney Wayne b. 30 Apr. 1967, Sacramento, CA.*

 

1.3.9.1.2.1.2.3 Boon, Sheryl Lynn b. 5 Mar.1946, Santa Monica, CA, md. 29 Jul. 1967, Carson City, NV to Bert Andrew Brown b. 23 May 1946, Auburn, CA.

 

     Ch:

     .1 Krista Erica                   b. 19 Mar. 1971

     .2 Darren Michael                 b.  9 Nov. 1973

 

1.3.9.1.2.1.2.3.1 Brown, Krista Erica b. 19 Mar. 1971, Sacramento, CA.*

 

1.3.9.1.2.1.2.3.2 Brown, Darren Michael b. 9 Nov. 1973, Sacramento, CA.*

                                              

1.3.9.1.2.1.2.4 Boon, William Wayne b. 23 Jan. 1952, Danville, IL, md. Aug. 1971 to Cindi Custer b. 17 Apr. 1953, IL, div. prior 1983.

 

William Wayne m2, 4 Jul. 1983 to Teri Lamb b. 12 Aug. ????, CA, div. prior 1992.*

 

1.3.9.1.2.1.3 Smith, Carroll Dean b. 26 Nov. 1920, Danville, IL, d. 7 Dec. 1964, San Francisco, CA, m1 to Helen Curtis b. ca 1920, Danville, IL.

 

Ref: SSDI – Carroll Smith b. 26 Nov. 1920, d. Dec. 1964, issued IL prior 1951.

 

     Ch:

     .1 Randy                          b.  5 Jul. 1947

 

Carroll Dean m2, to Pat ???.

 

     .2 Robert                         b.

 

Carroll Dean m3, to Dorothy Smith b. Sacramento, CA.

 

1.3.9.1.2.1.3.1 Smith, Randy b. 5 Jul. 1947.

 

1.3.9.1.2.1.3.2 Smith, Robert b.*

 

1.3.9.1.2.2 Smith, Charles b. ca 1890, d. ca 1957/8, Punta Gorda, FL.*

 

1.3.9.1.2.3 Smith, Ester b. ca 1898, Shabbona, IL, md. Paris, IL to Bruce Jones b. Paris, IL.*

                              

1.3.9.1.2.4 Smith, Dorothy E. b. 25 Jan. 1900, d. 9 Dec. 1987, md. Georgetown, IL to Robert J. Nier b. Georgetown, IL.

 

Ref: SSDI – Dorothy Nier b. 25 Jan. 1900, d. 9 Dec. 1987, Eagle River, WI 54521, issued IL prior 1951; Robert Nier b. 2 Aug. 1898, d. Jun. 1986, Eagle River, WI 54521, issued IL prior 1951.

 

     Ch:

     .1 Wayne "James"                  b.

     .2 Martha                         b.

     .3 Donald W.                      b.

     .4 Mary Elizabeth                 b.

     .5 Patricia R.                    b.

 

1.3.9.1.2.4.1 Nier, Wayne "James" b.*

 

1.3.9.1.2.4.2 Nier, Martha b.*

 

1.3.9.1.2.4.3 Nier, Donald W. b. 9 Jan. 1915, m1 to ???.

 

Ref: SSDI - Donald Nier b. 9 Jan. 1915, d. 9 Apr. 1995, Eagle River, WI 54521, issued IL, prior 1951.

 

     Ch:

     .1 Donald J.                      b.

 

Donald W. m2, 4 Jul. 1946, Wheaton, IL to Florence H. ??? b. 26 Oct. 1918.

 

     .2 James R.                       b.

     .3 Bruce                          b.

     .4 William E.                     b.

 

1.3.9.1.2.4.3.1 Nier, Donald J. b. prior 1946, md. to Nancy Frattick.

 

     Ch:

     .1 Laura L.                       b.

     .2 Donald Scott                   b.

     .3 Eric John                      b.

 

1.3.9.1.2.4.3.1.1 Nier, Laura L. b.*

 

1.3.9.1.2.4.3.1.2 Nier, Donald Scott b., md. to Pati Perillo.

 

     Ch:

     .1 Travis Scott                   b.

     .2 Jessika Ann                    b.

 

1.3.9.1.2.4.3.1.2.1 Nier, Travis Scott b.*

 

1.3.9.1.2.4.3.1.2.2 Nier, Jessika Ann b.*

 

1.3.9.1.2.4.3.1.3 Nier, Eric John b.*

                          

1.3.9.1.2.4.3.2 Nier, James R. b., md. to Holly Stewart.

 

     Ch:

     .1 Kelly                          b.*

     .2 Matthew                        b.*

     .3 Jenna                          b.*

 

1.3.9.1.2.4.3.3 Nier, Bruce b., md. to Debi Donegan.

 

     Ch:

     .1 Devin C.                       b.*

                                 

1.3.9.1.2.4.3.4 Nier, William E. b., md. to ???.

 

     Ch:

     .1 Nathan W.                      b.*

     .2 Crystal M.                     b.*

 

1.3.9.1.2.4.4 Nier, Mary Elizabeth b. 21 Feb. 1921, md. 17 Dec. 1938, Waukegan, IL to Virgil L. Voris b. 18 Dec. 1913.

 

Ref: SSDI – Virgil Voris b. 18 Dec. 1913, d. 10 Nov. 1995, DeKalb, DeKalb Co., IL 60115, issued IN, prior 1951.

 

     Ch:

     .1 Sandra Beth                    b.

     .2 Steven Van                     b.

 

1.3.9.1.2.4.4.1 Voris, Sandra Beth b. aft. 1938, md. to John Gunther.

 

     Ch:

     .1 Jeffrey Scott                               b.*

           .2 Kenneth John                                  b.*

     .3 Nicole Elizabeth                          b.*

 

1.3.9.1.2.4.4.2 Voris, Steven Van b. aft. 1938, md. to Marilynne Beborac.

 

     Ch:

     .1 Jenifer Lynn                                b.*

     .2 Kathrine Marie                             b.*

     .3 Marissa Ann                                  b.*

     .4 Andrea Nicol                                b.*

 

1.3.9.1.2.4.5 Nier, Patricia R. b. 18 May 1933, m1, to Glenn Spicer.

 

Patricia R. m2, prior 1953 to William H. Weed.

 

     Ch:

     .1 Michael L.                                   b. 26 Mar. 1953

     .2 Laura R.                                      b. 19 Sep. 1955

     .3 William Scott                               b. 26 Jul. 1958

     .4 Julie D.                                       b.  5 Nov. 1962

                                                     

1.3.9.1.2.4.5.1 Weed, Michael L. b. 26 Mar. 1953, md. to Susan George.*

 

1.3.9.1.2.4.5.2 Weed, Laura R. b. 19 Sep. 1955.*

 

1.3.9.1.2.4.5.3 Weed, William Scott b. 26 Jul. 1958, Ottawa, IL, md. 17 May 1990 to Lori A. Neurohr.

 

     Ch:

     .1 Chance Neurohr                           b.  8 Mar. 1988

     .2 Shea William                               b.  3 Jun. 1989

 

1.3.9.1.2.4.5.3.1 Weed, Chance Neurohr b. 8 Mar. 1988, Ottawa, IL.*

 

1.3.9.1.2.4.5.3.2 Weed, Shea William b. 3 Jun. 1989, Ottawa, IL.*

 

1.3.9.1.2.4.5.4 Weed, Julie D. b. 5 Nov. 1962, md. 22 Feb. 1992, Methodist Church, Ottawa, IL to Mr. Donley.*

 

1.3.9.1.3 Hinton, Elizabeth Bell "Lizzie" b. 25 Mar. 1872, Sidell, Vermilion Co., IL, d. 19 Apr. 1964, md. IL to George W. Marshall b. 6 Apr. 1867, Green Castle, Park Co., IN, d. 14 Jul. 1955, Westville, IL?.

 

     Ch:

     .1 Linnie                                         b.

     .2 Drusilla "Elizabe                           b. 25 Jun. 1898

     .3 Mabel Georgeanna                                 b. 16 Oct. 1908

                                                     

1.3.9.1.3.1 Marshall, Linnie b.*

                

1.3.9.1.3.2 Marshall, Drusilla "Elizabeth" b. 25 Jun. 1898, Westville, IL?, d. 21 Jul. 1951/61, St. Elizabeth Hospital, Danville, IL, md. Tuck "Charles" Daniels b. 7 Feb. 1897, Richmond, KY, d. 31 Oct. 1980.*

 

Ref: SSDI – Charles Daniels b. 7 Feb. 1980, d. Oct. 1980, Danville, IL, issued 1952, IL.

 

1.3.9.1.3.3 Marshall, Mabel Georgeanna b. 16 Oct. 1908, md. to Oran L. Doggett b. 4 Oct. 1907.

 

     Ch:

     .1 Thomas Marshall                           b. 24 Nov. 1937

                                                     

1.3.9.1.3.3.1 Doggett, Thomas Marsahll b. 24 Nov. 1937, Danville, IL, md. 22 Dec. 1959, Congregational Church Chapel, Danville, IL to Barbara Faye Knox.

 

     Ch:

     .1 Andrew Oran                               b. 10 Sep. 1969

     .2 Christopher Thomas                               b. 22 Apr. 1976

 

1.3.9.1.3.3.1.1 Doggett, Andrew Oran b. 10 Sep. 1969.*

 

1.3.9.1.3.3.1.2 Doggett, Christopher Thomas b. 22 Apr. 1976, Carvollis Hospital, Carvollis, OR.*

 

1.3.9.1.4 Hinton, John Parker b. 21 Feb. 1877, d. young.*

 

1.3.9.1.5 Hinton, Hannah Matilda "Kittie" b. 23 Aug. 1881, d. 21 Nov. 1962, bur. Catlin, Vermilion Co., IL, md. 26 Jun. 1900 to George William "Will" Counts b. 26 Aug. 1878, d. 4 Sep. 1938, Catlin.

 

     Ch:

     .1 Nilah May                                    b. 29 May  1901

     .2 Arletta Belle "Jackie"                    b.  1 Sep. 1903

                                                     

1.3.9.1.5.1 Counts, Nilah May b. 29 May 1901, md. to Frank McBroom b. 23 Aug. 1899, d. ca 1973.

 

Ref: SSDI – Frank McBroom b. 21 Aug. 1899, d. Aug. 1973, Woodstock, McHenry Co., IL 60098, issued MO, prior 1951; Nilah McBroom b. 29 May 1901, d. Jul. 1986, Woodstock, McHenry Co., IL 60098, issued IL, 1963.

                                        

1.3.9.1.5.2 Counts, Arletta Belle "Jackie" b. 1 Sep. 1903, Catlin, Vermilion Co., IL, d. 13 Jul. 1992, Mt. Zion, IL, bur. Ft. Myers, FL, md. 3 Jul. 1924 to Raymond Beam Sweetland b. 7 Mar. 1903, d. 5 Apr. 1982.

 

Ref: SSDI – Raymond Sweetland b. 7 Mar. 1903, d. May 1982, Elwin, Macon Co., IL, issued IL, prior 1951; Arletta Rogers b. 1 Sep. 1903, d. Jul. 1992, Ft. Myers, Lee Co., FL 33908, issued IL, prior 1951.

                                

     Ch:

     .1 Charles William "Bill"           b. 25 Jul. 1926

     .2 Herbert Ray                     b. 14 Jul. 1929

     .3 Robert Lynn                     b.  7 Dec. 1934

 

Arletta Belle "Jackie" m2, 12 Oct. 1956 to Duane Rogers d. 11 May 1980.

 

     .4 Bob                             b.

                                                     

1.3.9.1.5.2.1 Sweetland, Charles William "Bill" b. 25 Jul. 1926, m1, to Ann Whitter.

 

     Ch:

     .1 Daneil A.                       b.

 

Charles William "Bill" m2 to Connie ???.*

 

1.3.9.1.5.2.2 Sweetland, Herbert Ray b. 14 Jul. 1929.*

                                                      

1.3.9.1.5.2.3 Sweetland, Robert Lynn b. 7 Dec. 1934, m1, to Jean Selfdorf.

 

Robert Lynn m2, to Nancy ???.*

 

1.3.9.1.5.2.4 Rogers, Bob md. to Nancy Rose.*

 

1.3.9.1.6 Hinton, William Oscar "Will" b. 5 Mar. 1883, Metcalf, IL, d. 8 Apr. 1958, Penn Nursing, Normandy, MO, bur. Oakridge Cem., Catlin, IL, md. 16 Apr. 1902 to Ethel Mae Cline b. 25 Jan. 1884, Scotland, IL, d. Aug. 1937, bur. Oakridge Cem.

   

     Ch:

     .1 Glenn                           b.

     .2 Leola Alice                     b.

     .3 Lucille                         b.

     .4 Mildred                         b.

     .5 William Graydon "Bud"           b.

 

1.3.9.1.6.1 Hinton, Glenn b., md. to Helen ???.

 

     Ch:

     .1 Linda                           b.*

     .2 Dorothy                         b.*

 

1.3.9.1.6.2 Hinton, Leola Alice b. 8 Apr. 1903, Westville, IL, d. 26 Mar. 1989, St. Louis, MO, md. 8 Dec. 1923, Paris, IL to John William James b. 6 Sep. 1902, Jackson, OH, d. 23 Aug. 1990, St. Louis, MO.

 

Ref: SSDI – Leola James b. 8 Apr. 1903, d. Mar. 1977, St. Louis, St. Louis Co., MO 63134, issued MO, 1951. Ck! John James b. 6 Sep. 1902, d. 23 Aug. 1990, issued IL, prior 1951.

 

     Ch:

     .1 Charlotte Ann                   b.

     .2 Dolores Mae                     b.

     .3 Don William                     b.

     .4 Thomas Ray                      b.

                                          

1.3.9.1.6.2.1 James, Charlotte Ann b., md. to Joseph Jasper Malta.

 

     Ch:

     .1 Rickey Jay                      b. 10 Jun. 1952

     .2 Rita Ann                        b. 10 Aug. 1953

     .3 Randy Joe                       b.  6 Jul. 1960

 

1.3.9.1.6.2.1.1 Malta, Rickey Jay b. 10 Jun. 1952, St. Louis, MO, md. 27 Nov. 1980, Foristell, MO to Theresa Diane Davidson b. 4 May 1957, St. Louis.

 

     Ch:

     .1 Rickey Jay 11                   b.  7 Mar. 1970*

     .2 Gina Jolene                     b. 30 Mar. 1981

     .3 Elizabeth Anne                  b.  1 May  1985

     .4 Joseph Ellis                    b. 26 Apr. 1986

     .5 Sara Kathleen                   b. 22 Jun. 1987

     .6 Michele Jaye                    b.  4 Jul. 1990

 

1.3.9.1.6.2.1.1.1 Malta, Rickey Jay 11 b. 7 Mar. 1970, St. Louis, MO.* (check on this birth date)

 

1.3.9.1.6.2.1.1.2 Malta, Gina Jolene b. 30 Mar. 1981, St. Louis, MO, chr. 10 May 1992, Foristell, MO.*

 

1.3.9.1.6.2.1.1.3 Malta, Elizabeth Anne b. 1 May 1985, St. Charles, MO.*

 

1.3.9.1.6.2.1.1.4 Malta, Joseph Ellis b. 26 Apr. 1986, St. Charles, MO.*

 

1.3.9.1.6.2.1.1.5 Malta, Sara Kathleen b. 22 Jun. 1987, Bridgeton, MO.*

 

1.3.9.1.6.2.1.1.6 Malta, Michele Jaye b. 4 Jul. 1990, Wentzville, MO.*

 

1.3.9.1.6.2.1.2 Malta, Rita Ann b. 10 Aug. 1953, Normandy Hospital, St. Louis, MO, md. 21 Apr. 1973, Berkeley, MO to William Leon Jackson b. 5 Oct. 1955, St. Charles, MO.

                                                       

     Ch:                                               

     .1 Angelina Marie                  b. 25 Mar. 1972

     .2 Shannon Marie                   b.  5 Oct. 1980

     .3 Jessica Ann                     b.  8 Apr. 1983

     .4 Erica Nicole                    b. 15 Jul. 1986

     .5 Dion Cody                       b. 15 Jul. 1989

 

1.3.9.1.6.2.1.2.1 Jackson, Angelina Marie b. 25 Mar. 1972, St. John Mercy Hospital, St. Louis, MO, chr. 22 May 1983, St. Charles, MO, md. Todd William Bourland b. 30 Jan. 1971, Biloxi, MS.

 

     Ch:

     .1 Jersey Scott William            b. 21 Apr. 1992

 

1.3.9.1.6.2.1.2.1.1 Jackson, Jersey Scott William b. 21 Apr. 1992, DePaul Hospital, Bridgeton, MO.*

 

1.3.9.1.6.2.1.2.2 Jackson, Shannon Marie b. 5 Oct. 1980, DePaul Hospital, Bridgeton, MO, chr. 22 May 1983, St. Charles, MO.*

 

1.3.9.1.6.2.1.2.3 Jackson, Jessica Ann b. 8 Apr. 1983, DePaul Hospital, Bridgeton, MO, chr. 22 May 1983, St. Charles, MO.*

 

1.3.9.1.6.2.1.2.4 Jackson, Erica Nicole b. 15 Jul. 1986, DePaul Hospital, Bridgeton, MO, chr. 23 Nov. 1986, St. Charles, MO.*

 

1.3.9.1.6.2.1.2.5 Jackson, Dion Cody b. 15 Jul. 1989, DePaul Hospital, Bridgeton, MO, chr. ca 1989, St. Charles, MO.*

 

1.3.9.1.6.2.1.3 Malta, Randy Joe b. 6 Jul. 1960, Normandy Hospital, St. Louis, MO, md. 18 Sep. 1982, LeRoy, IL to Sylvia Sue Bane b. 5 Jul. 1961, Normal, McLean Co., IL.*

 

1.3.9.1.6.2.2 James, Dolores Mae b. 9 Oct. 1924, Fairmont, IL, md. 5 Nov. 1942, St. Louis, MO to Raymond Charles Schlueter b. 3 Dec. 1919, chr. St. Agatha, Whisnel, St. Louis.

 

     Ch:

     .1 Diane                           b. 18 Jun. 1946

     .2 Charles Michael                 b.  5 Aug. 1947

     .3 Robert                          b. 24 Feb. 1951

     .4 Deborah Kay                     b. 23 Jul. 1952

     .5 Gary                            b.  8 Dec. 1953

     .6 Douglas                         b.  6 Mar. 1959

     .7 Greg                            b. 13 May  1965

 

1.3.9.1.6.2.2.1 Schlueter, Diane b. 18 Jun. 1946, St. Louis, MO.*

 

1.3.9.1.6.2.2.2 Schlueter, Charles Michael b. 5 Aug. 1947, St. Louis, MO, chr. 17 Aug. 1947, St. Theresa, St. Louis, md. 5 Nov. 1968, Berkeley, MO to Katherine Barbara O'Neal b. 11 Jul. 1947, Mergerinhausen, Hessen, West Germany.

 

     Ch:

     .1 Charles Michael                 b. 11 Aug. 1969

     .2 Bryan Douglas                   b.  4 Oct. 1976

 

1.3.9.1.6.2.2.2.1 Schlueter, Charles Michael b. 11 Aug. 1969, St. Louis, MO.*

 

1.3.9.1.6.2.2.2.2 Schlueter, Bryan Douglas b. 4 Oct. 1976, Camp Hill, PA.*

                                                              

1.3.9.1.6.2.2.3 Schlueter, Robert b. 24 Feb. 1951, St. Louis, MO, m1, to Barbara Petrussi.

 

Robert m2, to Penny Clifford b. 29 Aug. ????.

 

     Ch:

     .1 Eric Scott                      b.  7 Jul. 1980

     .2 Bethany Diane                   b. 30 Apr. 1982

 

Robert m3, to Cynthia Renee McNeall.

    

     .3 Belinda Renne                   b. 16 Aug. 1989

     .4 Rodney Emmet                    b. 30 Sep. 1992

 

1.3.9.1.6.2.2.3.1 Schlueter, Eric Scott b. 7 Jul. 1980.*

 

1.3.9.1.6.2.2.3.2 Schlueter, Bethany Diane b. 30 Apr. 1982.*

 

1.3.9.1.6.2.2.3.3 Schlueter, Belinda Renne b. 16 Aug. 1989.*

 

1.3.9.1.6.2.2.3.4 Schlueter, Rodney Emmet b. 30 Sep. 1992, St. Louis, MO.*

 

1.3.9.1.6.2.2.4 Schlueter, Deborah Kay b. 23 Jul. 1952, St. Louis, MO, md. 10 Jun. 1972, Texas Laughlin AFB Chapel, Del Rio, TX to Charles Edward "Charlie" Spezia b. 5 Aug. 1950, St. Louis, chr. 27 Aug. 1950, St. Louis.

 

     Ch:

     .1 Brandon Charles                 b. 20 Aug. 1974

     .2 Benjamin Craig                  b. 10 Feb. 1977

     .3 Mary Katherine                  b.  4 Dec. 1986

 

1.3.9.1.6.2.2.4.1 Spezia, Brandon Charles b. 20 Aug. 1974, Del Rio, TX, chr. 15 Sep. 1974, St. Louis, MO.*

 

1.3.9.1.6.2.2.4.2 Spezia, Benjamin Craig b. 10 Feb. 1977, Champaign, IL, chr. 12 Mar. 1977, Penfield, IL.*

 

1.3.9.1.6.2.2.4.3 Spezia, Mary Katherine b. 4 Dec. 1986, St. Louis, MO, chr. 4 Jan. 1987, St. Louis.*

                                          

1.3.9.1.6.2.2.5 Schlueter, Gary b. 8 Dec. 1953, St. Louis, MO, m1, 5 Sep. 1977 to Karen Christine Fundeburk b. 26 Jun. 1957.

 

Gary m2, 31 Dec. 1988, St. Louis, MO to Linda Joann "Jo" Bradfort b. 26 Jul. 1949.*

                                         

1.3.9.1.6.2.2.6 Schlueter, Douglas b. 6 Mar. 1959, St. Louis, MO, m1, to Elaine Hensick.

                                        

     Ch:

     .1 Phillip Justin                  b.

     .2 Zachary                         b.

 

Douglas m2, 9 May 1990, Jennings, MO to Sandra Ann Diepenbrock, later div.*

 

1.3.9.1.6.2.2.7 Schlueter, Greg b. 13 May 1965, St. Louis, MO.*

 

1.3.9.1.6.2.3 James, Don William b. 29 Sep. 1933, Westfield, IL, chr. 3 Apr. 1958, Berkeley, MO, md. 18 Sep. 1954, St. Louis, MO to Patsy Ann "Pat" Hart b. 23 Dec. 1935, St. Louis, chr. 3 Apr. 1958, Berkeley, MO.

 

     Ch:

     .1 Donna Lee                       b.  6 Oct. 1955

     .2 Denise Lynn                     b. 27 Apr. 1958

     .3 Don William Jr.                 b. 19 Jul. 1966

                                                     

1.3.9.1.6.2.3.1 James, Donna Lee b. 6 Oct. 1955, St. Louis, MO, md. 20 Feb. 1982, Florissant, MO to James Paul "Jim" Schiro Jr. b. 1 Feb. 1953, St. Louis, chr. 22 Feb. 1953, St. Ann, MO.

 

     Ch:

     .1 Jamie Lynn                      b. 31 Jul. 1983

     .2 Jodie Lee                       b. 10 Mar. 1986

 

1.3.9.1.6.2.3.1.1 Schiro, Jamie Lynn b. 31 Jul. 1983, St. Louis, MO, chr. 27 Nov. 1983, Florissant, MO.*

 

1.3.9.1.6.2.3.1.2 Schiro, Jodie Lee b. 10 Mar. 1986, St. Louis, MO, chr. 29 Jun. 1986, Florissant, MO.*

 

1.3.9.1.6.2.3.2 James, Denise Lynn b. 27 Apr. 1958, St. Louis, MO, chr. 28 Sep. 1958, Berkeley, MO, md. 14 Jun. 1986, Florissant, MO to Robert Werner Rojeski b. 10 Sep. 1955, St. Louis.

 

     Ch:

     .1 Robert Werner Jr.               b. 20 Apr. 1989

     .2 Caitlin Patricia                b. 20 Apr. 1989

 

1.3.9.1.6.2.3.2.1 Rojeski, Robert Werner Jr. b. 20 Apr. 1989, St. Louis, MO.*

 

1.3.9.1.6.2.3.2.2 Rojeski, Caitlin Patricia b. 20 Apr. 1989, St. Louis, MO.*

 

1.3.9.1.6.2.3.3 James, Don William Jr. b. 19 Jul. 1966, St. Louis, MO, chr. 4 Jun. 1967, Berkeley, MO, md. 22 Sep. 1989, Ferguson, MO to Catherine Rose Newberry b. 19 Jun. 1966, Normandy, MO, chr. 7 Feb. 1971, Normandy.

 

     Ch:

     .1 Emma Rose                                  b. 10 Jun. 1992

 

1.3.9.1.6.2.3.3.1 James, Emma Rose b. 10 Jun. 1992, Kansas City, MO, chr. 23 Aug. 1992, Ferguson, MO.*

 

1.3.9.1.6.2.4 James, Thomas Ray b. 16 Jan. 1941, St. Louis, MO, md. 30 Mar. 1963, St. Louis to Joan Brand b. 16 Feb. 1942.

 

     Ch:

     .1 Thomas Ray Jr.                            b.  3 Dec. 1963

     .2 Clifford Ray                                 b. 14 Feb. 1968

                                             

1.3.9.1.6.2.4.1 James, Thomas Ray Jr. b. 3 Dec. 1963, St. Louis, md. 1 Nov. 1991 to Tina Luaders b. 27 Dec. 1964, St. Louis, MO.*

 

1.3.9.1.6.2.4.2 James, Clifford Ray b. 14 Feb. 1968, St. Louis, MO, md. 2 Apr. 1988, St. Louis, MO to Robin Johnson b. 5 May 1960, Waterbury, CT.*

 

1.3.9.1.6.3 Hinton, Lucille b. 27 Jan. 1913, m1, 27 Jun. 1942 to Delbert Hanna b. 10 May 1914, d. 10 Sep. 1962.

 

Lucille m2, 23 Jul. 1971 to Amos Tornquist b. 2 Nov. 1914, d. 26 Dec. 1991.

 

Ref: SSDI – Amos Tornquist b. 2 Nov. 1914, d. 26 Dec. 1991, issued IL, prior 1951.

 

1.3.9.1.6.4 Hinton, Mildred b. 18 Jan. 1915, md. ca 1934 to James Richards.

 

Ref: SSDI – Mildred Brasus b. 18 Jan. 1915, d. 21 Jul. 1998, Danville, IL, issued IL, prior 1951; Leonard Brasus b. 22 Oct. 1921, d. 10 Nov. 1993, Danville, IL 61832, issued IN, prior 1951.

 

     Ch:

     .1 Robert                                        b.

     .2 Dennis                                         b.

     .3 James Jr.                                    b.

 

Mildred m2, ca 1974 to Leonard Brasus.*

 

1.3.9.1.6.4.1 Richards, Robert b., d. ca 1991, md. to ???.

 

     Ch:

     .1 Robert Lee                                  b. ca      1957

     .2 Lennie Lee                                  b. ca      1959

 

1.3.9.1.6.4.1.1 Richards, Robert Lee b. ca 1957.*

                                                     

1.3.9.1.6.4.1.2 Richards, Lennie Lee b. ca 1959, md. to Tina Martin.

 

     Ch:

     .1 Joshua                                        b. ca      1990*

 

1.3.9.1.6.4.2 Richards, Dennis b. m1, to Debra Forshier.

 

     Ch:

     .1 Karen                                          b.

 

Dennis m2, ca 1962 to Virginia Smart.

 

     .2 Darren Michael                             b.

     .3 Debbie Sue                                  b.

 

1.3.9.1.6.4.2.1 Richards, Karen b.*

 

1.3.9.1.6.4.2.2 Richards, Darren Michael b.*

 

1.3.9.1.6.4.2.3 Richards, Debbie Sue b. ca 1963, md. to Jeff Gooch?.

 

     Ch:

     .1 Jeremy                                       b.*

 

1.3.9.1.6.4.3 Richards, James Jr. b. ca 1935, md. ca 1955 to Patricia Kane.

 

     Ch:

     .1 Cheri                                          b. ca      1955

     .2 Jamie                                         b. ca      1958

 

1.3.9.1.6.4.3.1 Richards, Cheri b. ca 1955, md. to Victor Irvin.

 

     Ch:

     .1 Stacy                                          b. 26 Jan. 1974*

     .2 Daphine                                      b. 22 Mar. 1975*

 

Cheri m2, to Allan Morran.

 

     .3 Misty Dawn                                  b.*

     .4 Amanda Nicole                             b.*

 

1.3.9.1.6.4.3.2 Richards, Jamie b. ca 1958.*

 

1.3.9.1.6.5 Hinton, William Graydon "Bud" b. 15 May 1917, Georgetown, IL, d. 9 Jan. 1993, Miami, FL, bur. Woodlawn North Mausoleum, md. 21 Jun. 1937, Covington, IN to Thelma Marjorie Colgazier b. 28 Nov. 1918.

 

Ref: SSDI – William Hinton b. 15 May 1917, d. 9 Jan. 1993, Miami, Dade Co., FL 33143, issued IL, prior 1951.

 

     Ch:

     .1 Graydon Glenn "Grady"                  b. 10 Dec. 1938

 

1.3.9.1.6.5.1 Hinton, Graydon Glenn "Grady" b. 10 Dec. 1938, Danville, IL, d. 18 Apr. 1992, Miami, Dade Co., FL, bur. 21 Apr. 1992, Woodlawn Park Mausoleum.*

 

1.3.9.2 Parker, Sarah L. b. 7 Dec. 1843, md. 19 Mar. 1865 to Erastus Douglas b. ca 1839, d. ca 1892.

 

     Ch:

     .1 Minnie                               b.

     .2 Hannah                              b.  ca     1872

     .3 Grace                                b.  ca     1876

     .4 Clinton Erastus                   b.  ca     1880

 

1.3.9.2.1 Douglas, Minnie b., md. to George Kries.*

                                                 

1.3.9.2.2 Douglas, Hannah b. ca 1872, d. ca 1942, md. to Preston Eaton.

                                               

     Ch:

     .1 Ralph                           b.*

     .2 Sophie                          b.*

     .3 Ermal                           b.*

 

1.3.9.2.3 Douglas, Grace b. ca 1876, d. ca 1962, md. to Cyrus W. Rutherford, Dr.

 

     Ch:

     .1 Virgil                          b.

     .2 Austin Douglass                 b. ca      1903

 

1.3.9.2.3.1 Rutherford, Virgil d. at birth.*

 

1.3.9.2.3.2 Rutherford, Austin Douglass b. ca 1903, md. to Mildred Elsie McCarthy/Downing.

 

Ref: SSDI – Austin Rutherford b. 22 Dec. 1903, d. 4 May 1991, issued NE, prior 1951. Ck!

 

     Ch:

     .1 John                            b.

     .2 Barbara Eileen                  b.

 

1.3.9.2.3.2.1 Rutherford, John b.*

 

1.3.9.2.3.2.2 Rutherford, Barbara Eileen b. 21 Aug. 1942, Indianapolis, IN, md. 10 Oct. 1971, Indianapolis, IN to Don Pierce b. 3 Apr. ????.

 

     Ch:

     .1 Clayton Douglas                 b. 11 Nov. 1969

 

1.3.9.2.3.2.2.1 Pierce, Clayton Douglas b. 11 Nov. 1969, Indianapois, IN.*

 

1.3.9.2.4 Douglas, Clinton Erastus b. ca 1880, d. ca 1959, md. to Jessie Maude Vandine.

 

     Ch:

     .1 Jane Lucinda                    b.  1 Mar. 1911

     .2 Joe Clinton                     b. 20 Oct. 1920

     .3 Barbara Ellen                   b.  1 Apr. 1922

 

1.3.9.2.4.1 Douglas, Jane Lucinda b. 1 Mar. 1911, Newman, Douglas Co., IL, md. 23 Dec. 1932, Newman, IL to Paul Emil Wiese b. 25 Dec. 1908.

 

Ref: SSDI – Paul Wiese b. 25 Dec. 1908, d. Mar. 1975, Columbus, Franklin Co., OH 43212, issued IL, prior 1951.

 

     Ch:

     .1 Paul Clinton                    b. 15 Nov. 1933

     .2 Joe Douglas                     b. 24 Jul. 1935

     .3 Judith Ann                      b.  1 Jul. 1936

                                                     

1.3.9.2.4.1.1 Wiese, Paul Clinton b. 15 Nov. 1933, Danville, Vermilion Co., IL, d. 8 Mar. 1978.

 

Ref: SSDI – Paul Wiese b. 15 Nov. 1933, d. Mar. 1978, Columbus, Franklin Co., OH, issued OH, prior 1951.

 

1.3.9.2.4.1.2 Wiese, Joe Douglas b. 24 Jul. 1935, Tuscola, Douglas Co., IL, md. 24 Aug. 1963, Columbus, Franklin Co., OH to Barbara Ann Kiraly b. 28 May 1939.

 

     Ch:

     .1 Janine Kiraly                                b.  2 Jul. 1966

     .2 Joe Douglas                                 b. 20 Sep. 1968

 

1.3.9.2.4.1.2.1 Wiese, Janine Kiraly b. 2 Jul. 1966, Columbus, Franklin Co., OH.*

 

1.3.9.2.4.1.2.2 Wiese, Joe Douglas b. 20 Sep. 1968, Columbus, Franklin Co., OH.*

 

1.3.9.2.4.1.3 Wiese, Judith Ann b. 1 Jul. 1936, Tuscola, Douglas Co., IL, md. 13 Apr. 1957, Covington, KY to James H. Holcomb b. 16 Dec. 1935.

 

     Ch:

     .1 Kenneth James                            b.  4 Jan. 1958

     .2 Douglass Michael                          b. 15 Aug. 1959

     .3 Bruce Wiese                                b. 15 Oct. 1961

     .4 Sarah Ann                                    b.  6 Oct. 1969

                           

1.3.9.2.4.1.3.1 Holcomb, Kenneth James b. 4 Jan. 1958, Cincinnati, Hamilton Co., OH, md. 9 Dec. 1984, Toledo, Lucas Co., OH to Jamie Sue Fine b. 12 Oct. 1955.

 

     Ch:

     .1 Melissa Ashley                              b. 21 Jan. 1987

     .2 Megan Kathleen                            b. 12 Nov. 1988

     .3 child                                 b.    Oct. 1992

 

1.3.9.2.4.1.3.1.1 Holcomb, Melissa Ashley b. 21 Jan. 1987, Columbus, Franklin Co., OH.*

 

1.3.9.2.4.1.3.1.2 Holcomb, Megan Kathleen b. 12 Nov. 1988, Columbus, Franklin Co., OH.*

 

1.3.9.2.4.1.3.1.3 Holcomb, Child b. Oct. 1992.*

                         

1.3.9.2.4.1.3.2 Holcomb, Douglass Michael b. 15 Aug. 1959, Columbus, Franklin Co., OH.*

                      

1.3.9.2.4.1.3.3 Holcomb, Bruce Wiese b. 15 Oct. 1961, Columbus, Franklin Co., OH, md. 25 Jul. 1987, Columbus, to Susan Annette Gillum b. 5 Apr. 1963.

                    

     Ch:

     .1 Ellen Danielle                               b. 25 Mar. 1991

 

1.3.9.2.4.1.3.3.1 Holcomb, Ellen Danielle b. 25 Mar. 1991, Columbus, Franklin Co., OH.*

 

1.3.9.2.4.1.3.4 Holcomb, Sarah Ann b. 6 Oct. 1969, Columbus, Franklin Co., OH.*

 

1.3.9.2.4.2 Douglas, Joe Clinton b. 20 Oct. 1920, Newman, Douglas Co., IL, md. 24 Dec. 1942, Mt. Zion, Macon Co., IL to Harriet McDonald b. 26 Oct. 1922.

 

     Ch:

     .1 Martha Jo                                    b.

     .2 Jane Ellen                                   b.

     .3 Sally Ann                                     b.

     .4 James Clinton                              b.

 

1.3.9.2.4.2.1 Douglas, Martha Jo b. 31 Oct. 1944, Decatur, Macon Co., IL, md. prior 1963 to Mr. Johnson.

 

     Ch:

     .1 Carol                                          b. 31 Mar. 1963

     .2 Jeff                                            b.  3 Sep. 1966

     .3 William                             b. 30 Jun. 1970

     .4 Mike                                  b. 12 Jun. 1972

 

1.3.9.2.4.2.1.1 Johnson, Carol b. 31 Mar. 1963, Decatur, Macon Co., IL.*

 

1.3.9.2.4.2.1.2 Johnson, Jeff b. 3 Sep. 1966, Decatur, Macon Co., IL.*

 

1.3.9.1.4.2.1.3 Johnson, William b. 30 Jun. 1970, Decatur, Macon Co., IL.*

 

1.3.9.1.4.2.1.4 Johnson, Mike b. 12 Jun. 1972, Decatur, Macon Co., IL.*

 

1.3.9.2.4.2.2 Douglas, Jane Ellen b. 1 Jan. 1948, Decatur, Macon Co., IL, md. 21 Jul. 1968, Decatur to Stuart Campbell b. 17 Mar. 1945.

 

     Ch:

     .1 Troy                                  b. 11 Dec. 1968

     .2 Jason                                b. 10 Sep. 1970

     .3 Jennifer                            b. 13 Sep. 1971

     .4 Ryan                       b. 11 Oct. 1978

 

1.3.9.2.4.2.2.1 Campbell, Troy b. 11 Dec. 1968, Decatur, Macon Co., IL.*

 

1.3.9.2.4.2.2.2 Campbell, Jason b. 10 Sep. 1970, Decatur, Macon Co., IL.*

 

1.3.9.2.4.2.2.3 Campbell, Jennifer b. 13 Sep. 1971, Decatur, Macon Co., IL.*

 

1.3.9.2.4.2.2.4 Campbell, Ryan b. 11 Oct. 1978, Decatur, Macon Co., IL.*

 

1.3.9.2.4.2.3 Douglas, Sally Ann b. 1 Mar. 1952, Decatur, Macon Co., IL, md. 20 Jun. 1970, Decatur to Roger Deibert b. 13 Mar. 1951.

 

     Ch:

     .1 Travis                          b.  2 Dec. 1973

     .2 Clinton                         b. 27 Mar. 1982

 

1.3.9.2.4.2.3.1 Deibert, Travis b. 2 Dec. 1973, Decatur, Macon Co., IL.*

 

1.3.9.2.4.2.3.2 Deibert, Clinton b. 27 Mar. 1982, Decatur, Macon Co., IL.*

 

1.3.9.2.4.2.4 Douglas, James Clinton b. 29 Jun. 1955, Decatur, Macon Co., IL, md. prior 1978 to ???.

 

     Ch:

     .1 Ty                              b. 25 Sep. 1978

     .2 Tony                            b.  7 Jun. 1983

     .3 Christopher                     b. 15 Aug. 1984

 

1.3.9.2.4.2.4.1 Douglas, Ty b. 25 Sep. 1978, Decatur, Macon Co., IL.*

 

1.3.9.2.4.2.4.2 Douglas, Tony b. 7 Jun. 1983, Decatur, Macon Co., IL.*

 

1.3.9.2.4.2.4.3 Douglas, Christopher b. 15 Aug. 1984, Decatur, Macon Co., IL.*

 

1.3.9.2.4.3 Douglas, Barbara Ellen b. 1 Apr. 1922, Newman, Douglas Co., IL, d. 17 Aug. 1990, md. prior 1951 to Marvin Jones.

 

     Ch:

     .1 Mark Henry                      b. 30 Apr. 1951

     .2 Lucinda                         b. 10 Feb. 1957

             

1.3.9.2.4.3.1 Jones, Mark Henry b. 30 Apr. 1951, Decatur, Macon Co., IL, md. 15 Sep. 1973, Atwood, Moultrie Co., IL to Elizabeth Ann Kamm b. 3 Feb. 1953.

       

     Ch:

     .1 Adam Christopher                        b.  1 May  1977

     .2 Mathew Paul                                b. 26 Jan. 1981

     .3 Heather Elizabeth                        b. 22 Aug. 1988

 

1.3.9.2.4.3.1.1 Jones, Adam Christopher b. 1 May 1977, Urbana, Champaign Co., IL.*

 

1.3.9.2.4.3.1.2 Jones, Mathew Paul b. 26 Jan. 1981, Urbana, Champaign Co., IL.*

 

1.3.9.2.4.3.1.3 Jones, Heather Elizabeth b. 22 Aug. 1988, Urbana, Champaign Co., IL.*

 

1.3.9.2.4.3.2 Jones, Lucinda b. 10 Feb. 1957, Decatur, Macon Co., IL, d. 31 Jul. 1967.*

 

1.3.9.3 Parker, Mary Elizabeth b. 4 Sep. 1845, d. 16 Jan. 1911, md. 30 Oct. 1878 to Frank W. Alexander.*

 

1.3.9.4 Parker, William D. b. 23 Oct. 1847, md. 21 Nov. 1875/6 to Sarah Ellsworth.

 

     Ch:

     .1 Hector                               b. ca      1877

     .2 Kent                       b. ca      1878

                                                      

1.3.9.4.1 Parker, Hector b. ca 1877, d. ca 1951.*

                                    

1.3.9.4.2 Parker, Kent b. ca 1878, d. ca 1913, md. to Jennie Spicer.

 

     Ch:

     .1 Elizabeth                           b.

     .2 Ralph                           b.

 

1.3.9.4.2.1 Parker, Elizabeth b.*

 

1.3.9.4.2.2 Parker, Ralph b., md. to Ms. Harrier.

 

     Ch:

     .1 Kenneth                         b. 20 Sep. 1920

 

1.3.9.4.2.2.1 Parker, Kenneth b. 20 Sep. 1920, md. 2 Mar. 1939 to Jessie Tucker.

 

     Ch:

     .1 James                            b. 30 Dec. 1941

     .2 Karen                            b. 24 Jul. 1952

     .3 Kerry                            b. 20 Dec. 1954

 

1.3.9.4.2.2.1.1 Parker, James b. 30 Dec. 1941, md. ca 1961 to Gladys Coyle.

 

     Ch:

     .1 Leann                           b. ca      1962*

 

1.3.9.4.2.2.1.2 Parker, Karen b. 24 Jul. 1952.*

 

1.3.9.4.2.2.1.3 Parker, Kerry b. 20 Dec. 1954.*

 

1.3.9.5 Parker, George W. b. 6 Nov. 1847, d. 26 May 1903, bur. Oakridge Cem., Catlin, IL, md. 15 Oct. 1891 to Lillie Hinton b. 18 Nov. 1865,  d. 24 Jul. 1953, bur. Oakridge Cem.

 

     Ch:

     .1 Hazel                           b. ca      1892

     .2 Helen                           b. ca      1894

     .3 John                            b. ca      1895

     .4 Earl                            b. ca      1903

                                                     

1.3.9.5.1 Parker, Hazel b. ca 1892, d. ca 1953, md. Danville, IL to Charles Eslinger.*

 

1.3.9.5.2 Parker, Helen b. ca 1894, d. ca 1972, md. to William Moody b. ca 1890, d. ca 1971.

 

     Ch:

     .1 Joseph                          b. ca      1919*

     .2 Frances E.                      b. ca      1933*

 

1.3.9.5.3 Parker, John b. ca 1895.*

                                 

1.3.9.5.4 Parker, Earl b. ca 1903, d. ca 1966, md. to Barbara Gamache.

 

     Ch:

     .1 George Lawrence                 b.*

 

1.3.9.6 Parker, John Martin b. 21 Dec. 1849, d. ca 1930, Dallas, TX.*

 

1.3.9.7 Parker, Annie E. b. 13 Jan. 1852, md. 12 May 1875 to James Scotten.

 

     Ch:

     .1 Bertha                          b.

     .2 Earnest                         b. ca      1877

 

1.3.9.7.1 Scotten, Bertha b.*                         

                              

1.3.9.7.2 Scotten, Earnest b. ca 1877, d. ca 1957, md. to Ina Root b. ca 1877, Newman, Douglas Co., IL, d. ca 1970.

 

     Ch:

     .1 Earnest Jr.                     b. ca      1906

     .2 Donald                          b. ca      1913

 

1.3.9.7.2.1 Scotten, Earnest Jr. b. ca 1906, d. ca 1957, md. to Ann Lackey.

 

     Ch:

     .1 Earnest 111                     b. ca      1932*

                                                      

1.3.9.7.2.2 Scotten, Donald b. ca 1913, d. ca 1966, md. to Mary Lou McCloud.

 

     Ch:

     .1 Paul                            b.*

     .2 Donald                          b.*

     .3 Katherine                       b.*

     .4 Sybil                           b.*

     .5 Mary Claire                     b.*

                                         

1.3.9.8 Parker, James W. b. 18 Apr. 1854, md. 3 Mar. 1876 to Sarah E. "Sallie" Welch.

 

     Ch:

     .1 Ethel                           b. after   1876

     .2 Clisby                          b.  4 Nov. 1883

                                 

1.3.9.8.1 Parker, Ethel b. after 1876, md. to Arthur Ford.

 

     Ch:

     .1 Kenneth                         b.*

     .2 Beryl                           b.*

     .3 Leslie                          b.*

     .4 Dorothy                         b.*

 

1.3.9.8.2 Parker, Clisby b. 4 Nov. 1883, d. 3 Mar. 1931, md. to Dora Griffith b. 8 Sep. 1884, d. ca 1959.

 

     Ch:

     .1 James Walter                    b. 16 Sep. 1909

                                             

1.3.9.8.2.1 Parker, James Walter b. 16 Sep. 1909, Orange, TX, md. Ida Belle Woodard b. 20 Jul. 1909, Kountze, TX.

 

     Ch:

     .1 Nancy Lou                       b. 14 Feb. 1936

                                                       

1.3.9.8.2.1.1 Parker, Nancy Lou b. 14 Feb. 1936, Beaumont, TX, m1 to Henry Valentine Faber Jr. d. ca 1990.

 

     Ch:

     .1 James Henry                     b. 11 Apr. 1960

     .2 Carol Ann                       b. 27 Jul. 1966

 

Nancy Lou m2, 19 Jun. 1992, Ramsey, NJ to Thomas Elder Barker b. 15 Jan. 1934, no issue.

 

1.3.9.8.2.1.1.1 Faber, James Henry b. 11 Apr. 1960, Beaumont, TX, md. 28 Sep. 1985, Altoona, PA to Lisa A. Hollen b. 23 Mar. 1992.*

 

1.3.9.8.2.1.1.2 Faber, Carol Ann b. 27 Jul. 1966, Beaumont, TX.*

 

1.3.9.9 Parker, Henry E. T. Bob b. 23 Apr. 1860, md. 26 Aug. 1882 to Alice Alexander.

 

     Ch:

     .1 Jones                           b.*

 

1.3.9.10 Parker, Flora C. b. 29 May 1862, d. 8 Sep. 1865.*

 

1.3.9.11 Parker, Clinton W. b. 13 Aug. 1866, md. 22 Feb. 1899 to Verdie Dawson.

 

     Ch:

     .1 Henrietta                                    b.

     .2 Russell                                         b.

 

1.3.9.11.1 Parker, Henrietta b., md. to Tim Tierney b. Pasadena, CA.

 

Ref: SSDI – Henrietta Tierney b. 16 Sep. 1907, d. 6 Sep. 1995, Paradise, Butte Co., CA 95969, issued CA, 1962. Ck!

 

1.3.9.11.2 Parker, Russell b., d. ca 1969, md. to ???.

 

     Ch:

     .1 Richard                                       b.*

                                                     

1.3.9.12 Parker, Oscar Franklin b. 5 Dec. 1868, d. ca 1945, bur. Oakridge Cem., Catlin, IL, md. 27 May 1886 to Artimesia Carney "Artie" Raybourn b. Oct. 1864, d. 26 May 1938, bur. Oakridge Cem.

 

     Ch:

     .1 Harrison O.                                  b.  5 Dec. 1888

     .2 Dwight L.                                    b. 18 May  1898

 

1.3.9.12.1 Parker, Harrison O. b. 5 Dec. 1888, d. ca 1982, bur. Oakridge Cem., Catlin, IL, md. 25 Jun. 1915 to Ruth Cook b. 18 Jul. 1892, Georgetown, IL, d. ca 1978, bur. Oakridge Cem.

 

Ref: SSDI – Harrison Parker b. 5 Dec. 1888, d. Feb. 1982, Knightstown, Henry Co., IN 46148, issued IL, prior 1951; Ruth Parker b. 18 Jul. 1892, d. Jul. 1978, Arcata, Humboldt Co., CA 95521, issued CA, 1974. Ck!

                                            

1.3.9.12.2 Parker, Dwight L. b. 18 May 1898, d. 21 Mar. 1993, d. 21 Mar. 1993, bur. Oakridge Cem., Catlin, Vermilion Co., IL, m1 ca 1921, Georgetown, IL to Hazel Schecter b. ca 1898, d. ca 1933.

 

Ref: SSDI - Dwight Parker b. 18 May 1898, d. 22 Mar. 1993, Knightstown, Henry Co., IN, issued IN, prior 1951; Onabelle Parker b. 27 Feb. 1911, d. Feb. 1986, Knightstown, Henry Co., IN, issued IL, prior 1951.

 

     Ch:

     .1 Elizabeth Clai                              b. ca      1923

     .2 Dwight Oscar                               b. ca      1929

                                              

Dwight L. m2, ca 1938 to Onabelle Moody b. ca 1911, Georgetown, IL, d. ca 1986, bur. Oakridge Cem.

 

     .3 Harrison Worley                           b. 10 Nov. 1943    

           .4 Jennifer Claire                                 b. ca      1945

 

1.3.9.12.2.1 Parker, Elizabeth Claire b. ca 1923, md. to James Russell Hardin b. Indianapolis, IN.

 

     Ch:

     .1 James Timothy                            b. 14 Dec. 1947

     .2 Thomas R.                                   b. 29 May  1951

 

1.3.9.12.2.1.1 Hardin, James Timothy b. 14 Dec. 1947, Indianapolis, IN, md. 31 May 1969, Louisville, KY to Barbara Kay Beavers b. 14 Jul. 1948.

 

     Ch:

     .1 Elizabeth Kathleen                       b. 31 Aug. 1973

     .2 Barbara Claire                              b.  1 Apr. 1978

 

1.3.9.12.2.1.1.1 Hardin, Elizabeth Kathleen b. 31 Aug. 1973, Indianapolis, IN.*

 

1.3.9.12.2.1.1.2 Hardin, Barbara Claire b. 1 Apr. 1978, Indianapolis, IN.*

 

1.3.9.12.2.1.2 Hardin, Thomas R. b. 29 May 1951, Indianapolis, IN, md. 15 Jun. 1974, Indianapolis, to Julie Ann Nuemeister b. 1 Jan. 1952.

 

     Ch:

     .1 James Thomas                             b. 25 Sep. 1977

     .2 Julie Kathryn                               b. 29 Jul. 1982

 

1.3.9.12.2.1.2.1 Hardin, James Thomas b. 25 Sep. 1977, Indianapolis, IN.*

 

1.3.8.12.2.1.2.2 Hardin, Julie Kathryn b. 29 Jul. 1982, Indianapolis, IN.*

 

1.3.9.12.2.2 Parker, Dwight Oscar b. ca 1929, d. ca 1958, md. May 1953 to Patricia Armstrong b. 27 Sep. 1930, New Castle, IN.

 

     Ch:

     .1 Claire                                         b.  3 Dec. 1953

     .2 Carol Dee                                    b.  5 Feb. 1959

 

1.3.9.12.2.2.1 Parker, Claire b. 3 Dec. 1953, St. Petersburg, FL, md. 13 Aug. 1977, Bloomington, IN to Bruce Alan Baker b. 20 Sep. 1954.

 

     Ch:

     .1 Sarah Elizabeth                            b. 18 Jun. 1982

     .2 Emily Bradford                             b. 12 Jul. 1985

     .3 Christen Manuine                          b. 17 Jun. 1989

     .4 Audrey Claire                               b. 14 Sep. 1990

 

1.3.9.12.2.2.1.1 Baker, Sarah Elizabeth b. 18 Jun. 1982, Greenwich, CT.*

 

1.3.9.12.2.2.1.2 Baker, Emily Bradford b. 12 Jul. 1985, Greenwich, CT.*

 

1.3.9.12.2.2.1.3 Baker, Christen Manuine b. 17 Jun. 1989, Greenwich, CT, d. 17 Oct. 1989.*

 

1.3.9.12.2.2.1.4 Baker, Audrey Claire b. 14 Sep. 1990, Greenwich, CT.*

 

1.3.9.12.2.2.2 Parker/Brown, Carol Dee b. 5 Feb. 1959, New Castle, IN, md. 17 May 1980, Bloomington, IN to Ronald Frank Remak b. 13 Jan. 1957.

 

     Ch:

     .1 Andrew Chapman                                   b. 13 Mar. 1983

     .2 Laura Claire                                 b. 19 Jan. 1985

     .3 Parker Bradley                             b.  8 Sep. 1988

 

1.3.9.12.2.2.2.1 Remak, Andrew Chapman b. 13 Mar. 1983, Bloomington, IN.*

 

1.3.9.12.2.2.2.2 Remak, Laura Claire b. 19 Jan. 1985, Bloomington, IN.*

 

1.3.9.12.2.2.2.3 Remak, Parker Bradley b. 8 Sep. 1988, Bloomington, IN.*

 

1.3.9.12.2.3 Parker, Harrison Worley b. 10 Nov. 1943, New Castle, IN, md. 25 Jun. 1966, Northbrook, IL to Susan Mary Faust b. 8 Dec. 1944, Chicago, IL.

 

     Ch:

     .1 Christa Lynn                                b.  9 Oct. 1973

     .2 Mary Joanna                       b.  9 May  1978

     .3 David Harrison                   b. 10 Jan. 1980

     .4 Janice Leigh                      b. 10 Jan. 1980

     .5 Lisa Ann                             b. 10 Jan. 1980

 

1.3.9.12.2.3.1 Parker, Christa Lynn b. 9 Oct. 1973, Milwaukee, WI.*

 

1.3.9.12.2.3.2 Parker, Mary Joanna b. 9 May 1978, Milwaukee, WI.*

 

1.3.9.12.2.3.3 Parker, David Harrison b. 10 Jan. 1980, Milwaukee, WI.*

 

1.3.9.12.2.3.4 Parker, Janice Leigh b. 10 Jan. 1980, Milwaukee, WI.*

 

1.3.9.12.2.3.5 Parker, Lisa Ann b. 10 Jan. 1980, Milwaukee, WI.*

 

1.3.9.12.2.4 Parker, Jennifer Claire b. ca 1945.*

 

1.3.10 Parker, Sarah b. ca 1821, d. ca 1912, md. to William Black.

 

     Ch:

     .1 George H.                          b.

    

1.3.10.1 Black, George H. b., md. to Dorcas Welling.*

      

1.3.11 Parker, Henry Clay b. 5 Jan./1 May 1823, Fowler, Benton Co., IN, d. 28 Jan. 1902 (1899), m1 ca 1847 to Mary Kions/ Kias, d. ca 1853, IN.

 

Ref: DAR Record 74013, 74012.

                           

    Ch:                       

     .1 Sarah Alice                        b.  6 Jun. 1853

     .2 DeWitt Clinton                   b. ca      1851

     .3 George                              b.

     .4 Wallace                             b.

 

Henry Clay Parker m2 Harriet Marie Boswell b. ca 1835.

 

     .5 Anna                                  b. ca   1859

     .6 Adah                                 b.

     .7 Margaret P.                        b.

     .8 Charles                              b.

 

1.3.11.1 Parker, Sarah Alice b. 6 Jun. 1853, Brookston, White Co., IN, d. 31 Aug. 1917, Oxford, Benton Co., IN, md. 8 Sep. 1871 to Basil Justus Parker b. 28 Oct. 1848, IN, d. 30 Jul. 1915, Oxford.

 

Ref: Sarah Alice's DAR No. is 74012.

 

    Ch:                       

     .1 Hazel Alice                        b.

 

1.3.11.1.1 Parker, Hazel Alice b. Oxford, Benton Co., IN, md to Mr. Webb.

 

Ref: Hazel's DAR No. is 74013.

 

1.3.11.2 Parker, DeWitt Clinton b. ca 1851, d. ca 1883, md. ca 1871 to Elizabeth Wildinson b. ca 1853.*

 

Ref: DAR Records.

 

    Ch:  

     .1 Lillian B.                            b.

 

1.3.11.2.1 Parker, Lillian B. b. Benton Co., IN, md. to Nowell Webb Milligan.

 

Ref: Lillian's DAR No. is 112427.*

 

1.3.11.3 Parker, George b.*

 

1.3.11.4 Parker, Wallace b.*

 

1.3.11.5 Parker, Anna b. ca 1859, Oxford, Benton Co., IN, md. ca 1882 to Andrew Fletcher Smith b. ca 1858.

 

Ref: Anna's DAR No. is 53165.

 

    Ch: 

     .1 Lois                        b.

     .2 Bernice                        b.

 

1.3.11.3.1 Smith, Lois b. Fowler, IN, md to Francis Paul Schwartz.

 

Ref: Lois (Smith) Schwartz's DAR No. is 117351.

                             

1.3.11.3.2 Smith, Bernice b. Fowler, IN, md to Harold Emory Woodburn.

 

Ref: Bernice’s DAR No. is 117352.*

                                       

1.3.11.6 Parker, Adah b. Oxford, Benton Co., IN, md. to William H. Kilman.

 

Ref: Adah's DAR No. is 110117.

 

1.3.11.7 Parker, Margaret P. b. Oxford, Benton Co., IN, md. to Elmer L. McKnight.

 

Ref: Margaret's DAR Number is 52548.*

 

     Ch:

     .1 Samuel                         b.*

     .2 Nancy                          b.*

 

1.3.11.8 Parker, Charles b.*

 

1.3.12 Parker, George W. b. ca 1827, d. ca 1918, Pendleton, IN, 91 yrs., md. to Margaret Clark b. ca 1832, d. ca 1917. Res. Marion & Madison Co., IN.

 

Ref: George enlisted in the Seventy-ninth Regiment Indiana Volunteers, advanced to the rank of Lieutenant Colonel and served throughout the War of the Rebellion.  He was wounded in the Battle of Chickamaunga and again in the Battle of Peachtree Creek.  Following the war, he farmed for a short time before being elected as Sheriff of Marion County, IN, serving two terms in office.  He moved to Pendleton, IN in 1880 where he served as Superintendent of the Soldiers and Sailors Monument in Indianapolis from 1901 to 1911 and was engaged in the real estate business.  At the time of his death, newspapers carried stories extolling his qualities of leadership, calm courage, and clear headed action in times of danger both during his war days and in his capacity as Sheriff.

 

Colonel George made a pilgrimage to the land of our forefathers sometime during the eighteen nineties.  He reported that the village of Snow Hill, the burial place of his grandparents, Martin and Drusilla Parker, on Maryland's eastern shore, was an early settlement of English population, originally a community of wealthy land owners, and planters of that day.  In Baltimore, he visited with a cousin, James Parker, the son of his Uncle Samuel Parker. James had a daughter, Ann Parker Bosley whose husband was John Bosley, Chief Weight Master of the Customs House of Baltimore.  He also found two second cousins, a retired Navy Admiral by the name of Brown and a General, John Parker Hawkins. (Ms. Betsy Conerly)

 

     Ch:

     .1 Clinton                        b.

     .2 Alice "Adda"                   b.

     .3 Fred                           b.

 

1.3.12.1 Parker, Clinton b., 36 year Government Employee.  Res. Indianapolis, IN, Los Angeles, CA.

 

     Ch:

     .1 George B.                                  b.

     .2 Lisle                          b.

 

1.3.12.1.1 Parker, George B. Res. Bakersfield, CA.*

 

1.3.12.1.2 Parker, Lisle md. to Mr. Mims.  Res. Los Angeles, CA.*

                             

1.3.12.2 Parker, Alice "Adda" b.*

                                

1.3.12.3 Parker, Fred b.*

 

1.4 Sandusky, Isaac (twin) b. 3 Jan. 1791, Bourbon Co., KY, d. 6 Aug. 1852, Catlin Twp., Vermilion Co., IL, bur. Sandusky Cem., Westville, IL, md. 24 Mar. 1813 to Euphemia McDowell b. ca 1793, Bourbon Co., KY, d. 15 Jun. 1864, Vermilion Co., IL. Isaac moved to IL in 1827. He served in the War of 1812 and Black Hawk War. He was taken prisoner at Hull's surrender during the war of 1812 but escaped and made his way back to KY.

 

Ref: Doris Hubble – Isaac moved to IL in 1827.

 

Ref: History of Vermilion Co., IL, Vol 2, Pioneer Publishing Co., 1911, Chicago, IL; Georgetown Twp., Pg. 501,502.

   

Ref: 1850 Vermilion Co., IL census, dtd. 18 Nov. 1850, dist. 21, pg. 263; 117.

 

Sandusky, Isaac,     60, b. KY, Farmer, RE $30,000

  "     , Euphemnia, 59, b. KY

  "           , Harvey,    23, b. KY, Farmer

  "     , Elizabeth, 21, b. OH

  "           , Isaac,        1, b. IL

  "     , Mary J.,   20, b. IL

Nelson,   Mathew,    14, b. IL

{Isaac, 1, is likely the s/o Harvey, 23 and Elizabeth, 21}

 

Ref: 1860 Catlin, Catlin Twp., Vermilion Co., IL census, dtd. 15 Jun. 1860, pg. 85; 617/617.

 

Sandusky, Euphema, 70, b. KY (listed with son, Harvey)

 

    Ch:                     

     .1 Sarah E.                       b.

     .2 Mary A.                        b.

     .3 Julia A.                       b.

     .4 Josiah                         b. ca      1814

     .5 James I.                       b. 17 Jul. 1817

     .6 Henry Clay                     b.

     .7 Anna Eliza                     b.

     .8 Stephen A. Douglas             b.

     .9 Thomas                         b.

    .10 Susan A.                       b.

    .11 Laura                          b.

    .12 Harvey                         b.  6 Dec. 1823

    .13 Agnes                          b. ca      1826

    .14 Mary Jane                      b. ca      1828

 

1.4.1 Sandusky, Sarah E. md. to Benjamin Gerard.*

 

1.4.2 Sandusky, Mary A. b.*

 

1.4.3 Sandusky, Julia A. b.*

 

1.4.4 Sandusky, Josiah b. ca 1814, Bourbon Co., KY, d. 15 Sep. 1868, Vermilion Co., IL, md. 17/27 Jan. 1837, Bourbon Co., KY to Elizabeth "Betsy" Sandusky b. ca 1817, Bourbon Co., KY, d. 10 Jan. 1884, Vermilion Co., IL, bur. Vermilion Co., IL, d/o Jacob & Mourning (Bowles) Sandusky.

 

Ref: 1868 Died – We are pained to record the death of an old and respected citizen, Josiah C. Sandusky. He died at his residence near Catlin on Tuesday night at 9 ½ o’clock.

 

Ref: 1850 Vermilion Co., IL census, dtd. 23 Dec. 1850, dist. 21, pg. 596; 613.

 

Sodowsky, Josiah,     32, b. KY, RE $10000

  "     , Elizabeth,  32, b. KY

  "     , America,    15, b. KY

  "     , Jacob,      10, b. IL

  "     , Mourning, 6/12, b. IL

 

Ref: 1860 Catlin, Catlin Twp., Vermilion Co., IL census, dtd. 15 Jun. 1860, pg. 87; 634/634.

 

Sandusky,  Josiah,    45, b. KY, Farmer, $110000, PE $2500

  "     ,  Elizabeth, 43, b. KY

  "     ,  Jacob C.,  17, b. IL, Farm Hand

  "     ,  Mourning,  10, b. IL

  "     ,  Guy,        6, b. IL

  "     ,  Sy,        3, b. IL

Stansbury, Laura,     18, b. IL, Servant

  "      , Matilda,   23, b. IL, Servant

Sheepe,    Edward,    27, b. IN, Laborer

Umpsted?,  Henry,      27, b. OH, Laborer

Clayton?,  G. B.,     27, b. OH, Blacksmith, RE $200, PE $100  

 

Ref: 1870 Catlin Twp., Catlin Twp., Vermilion Co., IL census, dtd. 22 Jul. 1870, pg. 32; 231/231.

 

Sandusky, Elizabeth, 52, b. KY, Kp Hse, PE $2000

  "     , Guy,       16, b. IL, Farm Laborer

  "     , Josiah,    14, b. IL, Farm Laborer

Culp,     Josiah,    28, b. IN, Farmer

  " ,    Mourning,  20, b. IL

  " ,    Ella,       1, b. IL

Day,   Wilson,    22, b. OH, Farm Laborer

Sargeant, Elisha,    36, b. IL, School Teacher

Parker,   William,   65, b. OH, Grain Merchant

  "   ,   Charles,   21, b. OH, Warehouse Worker

Clayton,  Ella,           26, b. OH, Servant

 

Ref: James R. Brown.

 

Ref: Portrait & Biographical Album of Vermilion Co., IL, 1889, pg. 364, 365 – States they had 8 children, 4 of whom lived to maturity, 3 sons and 1 daughter.

 

    Ch:                       

     .1 Jacob C.                           b. ca      1843

     .2 Mourning                           b. ca      1850

     .3 Guy                                  b.  5 Feb. 1854

     .4 Josiah  "Si"                        b. ca      1856

     .5 America                            b.

               

1.4.4.1 Sandusky, Jacob C. b. ca 1843, Vermilion Co., IL, d. 21 Apr. 1887, Vermilion Co., bur. Oakridge Cem., Catlin, Vermilion Co., IL, md. ca 1864 to Mary J. Gones b. ca 1845, Hardy Co., VA, d/o Charles & Elizabeth (Price) Gones.

 

Ref: Doris Hubble, James R. Brown, DAR #90813.

 

Ref: marik@sainet.net - 1887 Death of Jacob C. Sandusky – Thursday, 21st inst. Jacob C. Sandusky died at his home near Fairmount, of consumption, after a lingering sickness of several months.  Mr. Sandusky was one of the oldest and most enterprising farmers in Vermilion county.  He was born Jan. 1841 in what is now known as Georgetown twp. In his early days he received a common school education, after which he settled down to farm life and stock raising.  In later years his farming interests grew more extensive and his lands were well improved and cultivated.  The town of Catlin was laid off from a portion of Mr. Sandusky’s premises, and it was through his assistance that it was built and grew into a thriving village.

 

In September, 1864, he was married to Miss Mary J., daughter of Charles Gones, of Catlin township, who with several children are left to mourn the loss of a husband and father.

 

Ref: marik@sainet.net - Note: After the loss of her husband, Mary J. (Gones) Sandusky went into the furniture business in Danville with her brothers (i.e. Gones Furniture) and the name was Gones/Sandusky Furniture.

 

Ref: marik@sainet.net – Apr. 1887 – Yesterday afternoon Jacob C. Sandusky died at his home near Fairmount, of consumption, after a lingering illness of several months.  The funeral cortege will leave the family residence at 10 o’clock today, and proceed to the M. E. church in Catlin where the services will take place at 12, after which the remains will be interred in the Oakridge cemetery, near Catlin.

 

Ref: 1870 Catlin, Catlin Twp., Vermilion Co., IL census, dtd. 22 Jul. 1870, pg. 32; 230/230.

 

Sandusky, Jacob,   29, b. IL, Farmer/Merchant, RE $8000, PE $1500

  "     , Mary J., 25, b. OH, Kp Hse

  "     , Effie,    2, b. IL

  "     , Viola,    1, b. IL

 

    Ch:                      

     .1 Effie                          b. ca      1868

     .2 Viola                          b. ca      1869

     .3 Clinton H.                     b. ca      1872

 

1.4.4.1.1 Sandusky, Effie b. ca 1868, Catlin, Vermilion Co., IL, md. to John N. Keeslar.

 

Ref: Effie's DAR No. is 90813.

                                                                

1.4.4.1.2 Sandusky, Viola b. ca 1869, IL.*

 

1.4.4.1.3 Sandusky, Clinton b. ca 1872, IL.*

 

1.4.4.2 Sandusky, Mourning b. ca 1850, Vermilion Co., IL, md. to Josiah Culp b. ca 1842, IN, Farmer.

       

    Ch:                      

     .1 Ella                           b.*

 

1.4.4.3 Sandusky, Guy b. 5 Feb. 1854, Catlin Twp., Vermilion Co., IL, md. 12 Nov. 1876 to Ada M. Williamson b. 15 Oct. 1858, Danville, Vermilion Co., IL, d/o Henry & Jane (Grey) Williamson.

 

Ref: James R. Brown.

 

    Ch:                      

     .1 Inez                                  b.*

 

1.4.4.4 Sandusky, Josiah “Sy” b. ca 1856, IL, md. 11 Mar. 1877, Vermilion Co., IL (VCMR #1062) to Emma J. Bouton (Boughton) b. ca 1858.

 

Ref: Vermilion Co., IL Marriage Records – Josiah C. Sandusky, 23, Westville, md. 11 Mar. 1877, Vermilion Co., IL to Emma J. Bouton, 19, Westville. #1062.

 

Ref: Vermilion Co., IL Marriage Records – Sy Sandusky, 21, Catlin, md. 22 Sep. 1877, Vermilion Co., IL to Cynthia Cook, 23, Catlin. #1238. (There are two Josiah “Sy” Sanduskys.

 

1.4.4.5 Sandusky, America b., md. to William B. Squires.*

 

1.4.5 Sandusky, James I. b. 17 Jul. 1817, Bourbon Co., KY, d. 7 May 1894, Vermilion Co., IL, md. 6 Dec. 1846, Woodford Co., KY to Mary Ann Green b. ca 1832, Woodford Co., KY, d/o James & Polly (Hudson) Green.

 

Ref: James came to IL in 1827.

 

Ref: James R. Brown.

 

Ref: History of Vermilion Co., IL, pg. 501-502, 528.

 

Ref: 1860 Catlin, Catlin Twp., Vermilion Co., IL census, dtd. 15 Jun. 1860, pg. 88; 637/637.

 

Sandusky, James,    42, b. KY, Farmer, RE $15000, PE $1000

  "     , Mary Ann, 28, b. KY

  "     , Sarah E., 11, b. IL

  "     , Mary A.,   9, b. IL

  "     , Josiah,    6, b. IL

  "     , James I.,  4, b. IL

  "     , Clay,      3, b. IL

  "     , Ann E.,    1, b. IL

 

Ref: 1870 Georgetown, Georgetown Twp., Vermilion Co., IL census, dtd. 20 Jul. 1870, pg. 9; 64/58.

 

Sandusky, James,  55, b. KY, Farmer, RE $5000, PE $1000

  "     , Mary,   35, b. KY, Kp Hse

  "     , Joseph, 17, b. IL, Farm Laborer

  "     , James,  14, b. IL, Farm Laborer

  "     , Clay,   12, b. IL, Farm Laborer

  "     , Eliza,  10, b. IL

  "     , Douglas, 9, b. IL

  "           , Thomas,  7, b. IL

  "     , Susan,   5, b. IL

  "     , Laura,   1, b. IL     

 

    Ch:                     

     .1 Sarah E.                            b. ca      1849

     .2 Mary A.                              b. ca      1851

     .3 Josiah P.                           b. ca      1854

     .4 James I.                            b. ca      1856

     .5 Henry Clay                         b. ca      1857

     .6 Ann Elizabeth                   b. ca      1859

     .7 Stephen A. Douglas              b. ca      1861

     .8 Thomas A.                       b. ca      1863     

     .9 Susan T.                        b. ca      1865

    .10 Laura H. K.                     b. ca      1869

    .11 Julia A.                        b.

    

1.4.5.1 Sandusky, Sarah E. b. ca 1849, IL, md. to Mr. Gerrard.*

 

1.4.5.2 Sandusky, Mary A. b. ca 1851, IL, d. pr. 1889, md. to Mr. Bigerly.*

 

1.4.5.3 Sandusky, Josiah P. b. ca 1854, IL, md. to Emma Boughton.*

 

1.4.5.4 Sandusky, James I. b. ca 1856, IL, md. 13 May 1877, Vermilion Co., IL (VCMR #1114)to Mary Engleman b. ca 1859.*

 

Ref: Vermilion Co., IL Marriage Records – James I. Sandusky, 22, Westville, IL, md. 13 May 1877 to Maria T. Engleman, 18, Catlin. #1114.

 

1.4.5.5 Sandusky, Henry Clay b. ca 1857, IL, md. to Mary Pratt.*

 

1.4.5.6 Sandusky, Ann Elizabeth b. ca 1859, IL, md. to Thomas Burnett.*

 

1.4.5.7 Sandusky, Steven A. Douglas b. ca 1861, IL.*

 

1.4.5.8 Sandusky, Thomas A. b. ca 1863, IL, d. Lyons Co., NE.*

 

1.4.5.9 Sandusky, Susan T. b. ca 1865, IL.*

 

1.4.5.10 Sandusky, Laura H. K. b. ca 1869, IL.*

 

1.4.5.11 Sandusky, Julia A. d. prior 1889.*

 

1.4.6 Sandusky, Henry Clay b.*

 

1.4.7 Sandusky, Anna Eliza b.*

 

1.4.8 Sandusky, Stephen A. Douglas b.*

 

1.4.9 Sandusky, Thomas b.*

 

1.4.10 Sandusky, Susan A. b.*

 

1.4.11 Sandusky, Laura b.*

 

1.4.12 Sandusky, Harvey b. 6 Dec. 1823, Bourbon Co., KY, d. 15 Mar. 1894, Farmer, m1 to Sarah ???;

 

Ref: James R. Brown

 

Ref: 1860 Catlin, Catlin Twp., Vermilion Co., IL census, dtd. 15 Jun. 1860, pg. 85; 617/617.

 

Sandusky, Harvey,    36, b. KY, Farmer, RE $45,000, PE $6,000

  "           , Elizabeth, 28, b. OH

  "     , Isaac,     11, b. IL

  "     , George,         10, b. IL

  "     , Kate,       2, b. IL

  "     , Euphema,   70, b. KY

Jemison,  William,   28, b. OH, Farm Hand, RE $ 50

Sandusky, Wright,    23, b. IL, Farm Hand, PE $100

 

Ref: 1870 Catlin, Catlin Twp., Vermilion Co., IL census, dtd. 22 Jul. 1870, pg. 34; 244/244.

 

Sandusky, Harvey,   46, b. KY, Farmer/Merchant, RE$40000, PE$3000

  "           , Elizabeth, 39, b. OH, Kp Hse

  "     , Isaac,     20, b. IL, Farm Laborer

  "     , George,    18, b. IL, Farm Laborer

  "     , Kate,      12, b. IL

  "     , Charles,    9, b. IL

Proctor,  Miriam,    46, b. KY

 

    Ch:

     .1 Emily                           b. ca      1843

     .2 Julie                           b.

 

Harvey m2, 15 Mar. 1849, Vermilion Co., IL to Elizabeth Cook b. ca 1832, OH, d. ca 1892.

 

Ref: Vermilion Co., IL Marriage Records – Harvey Sandusky md. 15 Mar. 1849 to Elizabeth Cook.

 

     .3 Isaac                           b. ca      1849

     .4 George                          b. ca      1850

     .5 Kate                            b. ca      1858

     .6 Charles                         b. ca      1861

 

1.4.12.1 Sandusky, Emily b. ca 1843, ?? of 1st. wife.*

 

1.4.12.2 Sandusky, Julie b., dy.*

 

1.4.12.3 Sandusky, Isaac b. ca 1849, Vermilion Co., IL, md. 25 Mar. 1875, Bourbon Co., KY, by W. H. Cline, M.G. to Mary Belle McClenathan b. ca 1854, d. ca 1880.

 

Ref: Mary's DAR No. is 161419.

 

Ref: Vermilion Co., IL Marriage Records – Isaac Sandusky, 25, Catlin, md. 25 Mar. 1875, Vermilion Co., IL to Mary Belle McClenathan, 20, Catlin. (Above records report they were md. in Bourbon Co., KY which appears to be in error.)

                                                     

    Ch:

     .1 Dorothy B.                      b.

     .2 Inez L.                         b.

 

1.4.12.3.1 Sandusky, Dorothy B. b. Danville, Vermilion Co., IL, md. to H. W. Taylor.

 

Ref: Dorothy's DAR No. is #113288.

 

1.4.12.3.2 Sandusky, Inez L. b. Colfax Co., NM.*

            

1.4.12.4 Sandusky, George b. ca 1850, Vermilion Co., IL.*

 

1.4.12.5 Sandusky, Kate b. ca 1858, IL.*

 

1.4.12.6 Sandusky, Charles b. ca 1861, IL.*

 

1.4.13 Sandusky (Sodowsky), Agnes b. ca 1826, Bourbon Co., KY, md. 5 Nov. 1846, Vermillion Co., IL to James Sandusky b. 21 Jul. 1821, Bourbon Co., KY, d. 16 May 1893, Hendricks, IN.*

 

1.4.14 Sandusky, Mary Jane b. ca 1828, Vermilion Co., IL, d. 2 Apr. 1915, m1, 4 Dec. 1851, Vermilion Co., IL to Gaylen Guymon.

 

Ref: IGI Internet – Mary Jane Sodowsky md. 4 Dec. 1851, Vermilion Co., IL to Galen Guymon – Batch No. 9006406, Source Call No. 1553666, sheet 14. Ck!

 

Mary Jane m2, ca 1854 to George Hoyle.*

 

1.5 Sandusky, Jacob (twin) b. 3 Jan. 1791, Bourbon Co., KY, d. ca 1866, Bourbon Co., KY, md. 10 Nov. 1814, Bourbon Co., KY to Mourning Bowles b. ca 1793, KY, d. ca 1865, Bourbon Co., KY, d/o Jesse & Hannah (Perkins) Bowles.

 

Ref: Jacob's will dated Jun. 1866, probated Dec. 1866, Bourbon Co., KY.

 

Ref: KY Court & Other Records by Mrs. Wm. B. Ardery, pg. 21 -- Will of Jesse Bowles, Will Bk G, pg. 353, written 29 Mar. 1820, proved 1820, names daughter, Mourning (Bowles) Sandusky & children, Sally, Betsy, and Isaac.          

 

Ref: 1850 Bourbon Co., KY census, dtd. 5 Sep. 1850, dist. 1, pg. 293; 401/408.

 

Sandusky, Jacob,    60, b. KY, Farmer, RE $75000

  "     , Mourning, 55, b. KY

  "     , Henry C., 13, b. KY

 

Ref: 1870 Flat Rock, Bourbon Co., KY census.

 

Sandusky, Jacob,    69, RE $190,000

  "     , Mourning, 64

  "     , Henry,    23, Student

 

    Ch:                      

     .1 John E.                             b.

     .2 Mary B. "Marie"                            b. after   1814

     .3 Sarah "Sallie"                      b. ca      1815

     .4 Elizabeth "Betsy"                          b. ca      1817

     .5 Issac B.                              b. ca      1819

     .6 James                               b. 21 Jul. 1821

     .7 Hannah                              b. ca      1824

     .8 Henry Clay                         b. ca      1837

            

1.5.1 Sandusky, John E. b., d. ca 1872, md. ca 1842 to Hannah Allen.*

 

1.5.2 Sandusky, Mary B. "Marie" b. after 1814, md. 6 Feb. 1847, Bourbon Co., KY to John Will Letton b. 22 May 1821, Montgomery Co., MD, s/o Brice Reuben & Harrietta E. (Moore) Letton.

 

Ref: "The Letton Family" by Minerva Hamblin Letton.  Printed in "The Kentuckian Citizen", Paris, KY, 2 Nov. 1943.  Supplied by Mr. Frederick E. Naef (1995).

 

The citation in "The Kentuckian Citizen" state that John Will & Mary (Sandusky) Letton lived in Bourbon Co., KY on Jackstown Pike and also for a time in Greenwich, IN.

 

    Ch:                                                

     .1 Ann M.                               b. 28 Jan. 1848

     .2 Prudence H.                                b. 17 Apr. 1849

     .3 Harriet Elizabeth “Betty”              b.  8 Apr. 1851

     .4 Mary Dukes                        b. 27 Sep. 1853

     .5 Jacob Brice                       b.  2 Jul. 1855

     .6 Sandusky                            b. 22 Aug. 1857

     .7 Laura S.                             b.  8 Feb. 1860

     .8 Martha                               b. 19 Feb. 1862

     .9 John Will                           b.  3 May  1864

    .10 Sally C.                   b. 11 Jan. 1867

    .11 Reuben E.                         b. 24 Jan. 1869

 

1.5.1 Letton, Ann M. b. 28 Jan. 1848, Bourbon Co., KY, md. to Louis Gooch.*

 

1.5.2 Letton, Prudence H. b. 17 Apr. 1849, Bourbon Co., KY, md. to James H. Beecraft/Beacraft c. ca 1843, KY, s/o Israel Laban & Priscilla (Parker) Beacraft.*

 

1.5.3 Letton, Harriet Elizabeth "Betty" b. 8 Apr. 1851, Bourbon Co., KY, md. to Thomas Redmon/Redman.

 

     Ch:

     .1 Minnie                      b.

 

1.5.3.1 Redmon, Minnie b., md. to Bennett Tarr.

 

     Ch:

     .1 Shirley                    b.

 

1.5.3.1.1 Tarr, Shirley b., md. to Shirley Dalzell/Dalsell.  Res. Paris, KY.*

 

1.5.4 Letton, Mary Dukes b. 27 Sep. 1853, Bourbon Co., KY, d. 14 Mar. 1932, Taylor Co., KY, md. to Crate Bowles.*

 

1.5.5 Letton, Jacob Brice b. 2 Jul. 1855, Bourbon Co., KY.*

 

1.5.6 Letton, Sandusky b. 22 Aug. 1857, Bourbon Co., KY, d. ca 18(6)74.*

 

1.5.7 Letton, Laura S. b. 8 Feb. 1860, Bourbon Co., KY, md. to Charles Geffinger.*

 

1.5.8 Letton, Martha b. 19 Feb. 1862, Bourbon Co., KY, m1 to Mr. Hibbler.

 

Martha m2 to Mr. Wasson.*

 

1.5.9 Letton, John Will b. 3 May 1864, Bourbon Co., KY, d. ca 1917, Bourbon Co., KY.*

 

1.5.10 Letton, Sally C. b. 11 Jan. 1867, Bourbon Co., KY, md. to John Bowles.*

 

1.5.11 Letton, Reuben E. b. 24 Jan. 1869, Bourbon Co., KY, md. to Doll Bedford.  Res. Cane Ridge, Bourbon Co., KY.

 

     Ch:

     .1 Thomas                             b.*

     .2 Ethel                      b.*

 

1.5.3 Sandusky, Sarah "Sally" b. ca 1815, Bourbon Co., KY, d. 29 Mar. 1834, md. 1/14 Feb. 1833, Bourbon Co., KY to Nathaniel Neal b. ca 1815.

 

Ref: Mrs. Doris Hubble.

 

    Ch:  

     .1 Charles W.                         b. 29 Mar. 1834

                  

1.5.3.1 Neal, Charles W. b. 29 Mar. 1834, d. 18 Mar. 1905, md. 4 Jul. 1861, KY, to Emma S. Bradley d. 27 Sep. 1908.

 

Ref: Ms. Doris Hubble – Charles W. & Emma moved from KY and settled near Brownsburg, IN on a 400 acre farm inherited from Grandfather Jacob Sandusky.

              

    Ch:  

     .1 Tanner                               b.

     .2 Claudia                              b.

     .3 Forrest                    b.

     .4 Lorenzo                             b.

                                        

1.5.3.1.1 Neal, Tanner b.*

 

1.5.3.1.2 Neal, Claudia md. to Alonzo Turpin.*

                   

1.5.3.1.3 Neal, Forrest b.*

   

1.5.3.1.4 Neal, Lorenzo b.*

 

1.5.4 Sandusky, Elizabeth "Betsy" b. ca 1818, Bourbon Co., KY, d. 10 Jan. 1884, Vermilion Co., IL, bur. Vermilion Co., IL, md. 17 Jan. 1837, Bourbon Co., KY to Josiah Sandusky b. ca 1815, Bourbon Co., KY, d. 15 Sep. 1868, Vermilion Co., IL.*

                      

1.5.5 Sandusky, Isaac B. ca 1819, Bourbon Co., KY, md. to Zereld Bowles, d/o Jacob & Mourning (Bowles) Sandusky. Ck!

 

1.5.6 Sandusky (Sodowsky), James S. b. 21 Jul. 1821, Bourbon Co., KY, d. 16 May 1893, Hendricks Co., IN, bur. Bethesda Cem., Brown Twp., Hendricks Co., IN, m1, 5 Nov. 1846, Vermillion Co. to Agnes Sandusky (Sodowsky) b. ca 1826, Bourbon Co., KY, d. 5 Sep. 1851, Vermilion Co., IL, no issue, d/o Abraham & Jane (McDowell) Sandusky.

 

Ref: 1870 Brown Twp., Hendricks Co., IN census, 142/142 – Internet.

 

Sandusky, James,    49, b. KY, Farmer, RE $12,000, PE $600

  “          , Josaphine 39, b. KY

  “          , Thomas,   14, b. IN

  “          , Mary,     11, b. IN

  “     , Elizabeth, 3, b. IN

  “     , Antonia,   1, b. IN

Knus,     James,    34, b. Hesse, Farm Laborer

Knus,  Jacob          20, b. Hesse, Farm Laborer

 

James m2, 12 Aug. 1855, Vermilion Co., IL to Elizabeth Susan Morgan b. 29 May 1826, d. 11 May 1862.

 

Ref: Vermilion Co., IL Marrige Records – James Sandusky md. 12 Aug. 1855 to Elizabeth A. Morgan. (We have two names: Elizabeth Susan Morgan and Elizabeth A. Morgan. Ck!)

 

    Ch: 

     .1 Thomas Jacob                    b. 14 May  1856

     .2 Mary Agnes                         b. ca      1858

 

James m3 to Josephine Knaus b. 6 Oct. 1840, Sigmaringer, Germany, d. 18 Jun. 1897, Hendricks Co., IN, bur. Bethesda Cem., Brown Twp., Hendricks Co., IN, d/o Charles & Frances (???) Knaus.

                                        

     .3 Elizabeth                           b. ca      1867

     .4 Antoinette                         b. ca   1869

     .5 Josephine                          b. ca      1871

     .6 Hannah                              b. ca      1877

                                       

1.5.6.1 Sandusky, Thomas Jacob b. 14 May 1856, IN, md. 3 Aug. 1882 to Susan E. Gibbs.

 

Ref: Susan likely the d/o William & Elizabeth (???) Gibbs b. ca 1864 per 1870 Brown Twp., Hendricks Co., IN census dtd. 1 Sep. 1870.

 

Ref: In Bethesda Cem., Brown Twp., Hendricks Co., IN – James P. Sandusky Sr. b. 1953, d. 1991. Where does he belong?

 

Ref: 1900 Brown Twp., Hendricks Twp. census, pg. 103A.

 

Sandusky, Thomas J., 44, b. IN.

 

1.5.6.2 Sandusky, Mary Agnes b. ca 1858, IN, md. 30 May 1882 to William W. Gibbs.

 

Ref: William W. Gibbs likely the s/o William & Elizabeth (???) Gibbs b. ca 1854 per 1870 Brown Twp., Hendricks Co., IN census dtd. 1 Sep. 1870.

 

1.5.6.3 Sandusky, Elizabeth b. ca 1867, IN, m1 28 Oct. 1884 to George F. Hufford.

 

Elizabeth m2, 21 Feb. 1892 to Theodore Straurmeyer.*

 

1.5.6.4 Sandusky, Antoinette b. ca 1869, IN, md. Mr. Beard.*

                   

1.5.6.5 Sandusky, Josephine b. ca 1871, IN, md. to Ellison Arbuckle.*

 

1.5.6.6 Sandusky, Hannah b. ca 1877, IN, md. to Charles O. Coffmann.*

 

1.5.7 Sandusky, Hannah b. ca 1824, Bourbon Co., KY, d. ca 1892, Jessamine Co., KY?, md. 6 Feb. 1847 to John E. Sandusky b. 29 Aug. 1817, d. 10 Jan. 1872, s/o Ephraim & Ann (Evans) Sandusky.

 

Ref: DAR Records - #75269 & #15270.

 

    Ch:                     

     .1 James                               b. ca      1834*

                                       

1.5.7.1 Sandusky, James b. ca 1834, md. ca 1867 to Caroline Allen b. ca 1847, d. ca 1880, d/o Robert & Martha (???) Allen. (*check on birth date, perhaps the father md. previously.)

 

Ref: DAR No. 75269 & 75270.

 

    Ch:                        

     .1 Roberta Allen                     b.

     .2 Bessie                               b.

 

1.5.7.1.1 Sandusky, Roberta Allen b. Versaliles, KY.

 

Ref: DAR #75270.*

 

1.5.7.1.2 Sandusky, Bessie b. Versailles, KY.

 

Ref: DAR #75269.*

 

1.5.8 Sandusky, Henry Clay b. ca 1837, Bourbon Co., KY, md. 26 Nov. 1861 to Annie Blackford b. ca 1837.*

 

1.6 Sandusky, Abraham b. 29 Mar. 1793, Bourbon Co., KY, d. 17 Apr. 1866, Carroll Twp., Vermilion Co., IL, bur. Sandusky Cem., Carroll Twp., 73-0-18, md. 5/18 Aug. 1816 to Jane McDowell b. 16 Dec. 1792, Bourbon Co., KY, d. 2 Feb. 1865, Carroll Twp., bur. Sandusky Cem., 72-0-16.

 

Ref: Abraham came to Carroll Twp., Vermilion Co., IL in 1833 and lived on the Fairview Farm.

 

Ref: Ms. Doris Hubble.

 

Ref: 1850 Vermilion Co., IL, dtd. 28 Aug. 1850, dist. 21, pg. 623/318; 131.

 

Sandosky, Abram,      57, b. KY, Farmer, RE $15,000

  "     , Jane,       57, b. KY

  "     , Abram,      17, b. KY, Farmer

  "     , Emphina J., 14, b. IL

  "     , Josiah,     10, b. IL

Sandosky, Thomas,     20, b. KY, Farmer

  "     , Polly,      38, b. KY, black

  "     , Gabriel,    18, b. IL, black

 

Ref: 1860 Danville, Carroll Twp., Vermilion Co., IL census, dtd. 3 Jul. 1860, pg. 180; 78/78.

 

Sandusky, Abraham, 67, b. KY, Farmer, RE $48000 PE $3500

  "     , Jane,    67, b. KY

  "     , Abram,   27, b. KY

  "     , Jane R., 25, b. IL

  "     , Josiah,  23, b. IL 

Johnson,  Josiah,  14, b. IL

  "    ,  Abraham, 16, b. IL

Garrett,  W.,                   22, b. OH, Laborer

  "    , Polly,    45, b. KY, black, c r/w

  "    , Gabe,     28, b. IL, black, c r/w

 

    Ch:                      

    .1 Harvey                                         b. 17 May  1817

    .2 Elizabeth                                     b. ca      1820

    .3 Mary “Polly”                     b. ca      1823

    .4 Agnes                            b. ca      1825

    .5 William                              b. 19 Nov. 1826

    .6 Agnes                                 b.         1826

    .7 Thomas                           b. ca      1830

    .8 Abraham Jr.                      b. 24 Mar. 1833

    .9 Euphemia Jane                    b. ca      1835

   .10 Josiah                           b. ca      1837

 

1.6.1 Sandusky (Sodowsky), Harvey b. 17 May 1817, Bourbon Co., KY, 7, d. 18 Dec. 1886, Farmer, md. 26 May 1840, Vermilion Co., IL to Susan Baum b. ca 1819, OH.

 

Ref: Vermilion Co., IL probate records of Abram Sandusky d. 1913.

 

Ref: 1850 Vermilion Co., IL census, dtd. 27 Aug. 1850, dist. 21, pg. 629/316; 101.

 

Sodowsky, Harvey,    33, b. KY, Farmer, RE $8000

  "     , Susan,     32, b. OH

  "     , Emily,      7, b. IL

  "     , Gilbert, 4/12, b. IL

Dickson, Mary J.,    18, b. IL

Weldon, Ephriam,     22, b. NJ, Laborer

 

Ref: 1860 Dallas, Carroll Twp., Vermilion Co., IL census, dtd. 7 Jul. 1860, pg. 210; 1484/1488.

 

Sandusky, Harvey,  42, b. KY, Farmer, RE $30000, PE $2800

  "     , Susan,   41, b. OH

  "     , Emma F., 18, b. IL

  "     , Gilbert, 10, b. IL

Hart,     Michael, 24, b. Ire., Farm Laborer 

 

Ref: 1870 Indianola, Carroll Twp., Vermilion Co., IL census, dtd. 14 Jun. 1870, pg. 37; 262/252.

 

Sadowsky, Harvey,  53, b. KY, Farmer, RE $50,000 PE $40,000

  "     , Susan,   51, b. OH, Kp Hse

  "     , Gilbert, 21, b. IL, Farm Laborer

Shireman, Milton,  23, b. VA, Farm Laborer

Mitchell, Jasper,  23, b. IN, Farm Laborer

  "     , Nancy,   23, b. KY, Servant

  "     , Charles,  2, b. IL

  "     , Eddie, 8/12, b. IL, Oct.

Washburn, James,   16, b. IN, Farm Laborer   

 

Ref: 1880 Carroll Twp., Vermilion Co., IL census, dtd. 12 Jun. 1880, dist. 206, pg. 17; 136/137.

 

Sodowsky, Harvey,  63, b. KY, Farmer, parents b. KY

  "     , Susan,   62, b. OH, Wife, Kp Hse, parents b. PA

Carter,   Frank,   21, b. IL, Hired Herdsman,  F b. KY, M b. IN

Porter,   John,    22, b. IL, Hired Farm Hand, F b. KY, M b. IN

Millkaland, James, 13, b. IL, Hired Farm Man, parents birth ???

Dye, Ida,                18, b. IL, Servant,         F b. KY, M b. OH

Cooper, John W.,   28, b. IL, Farmer,          F b. OH, M b. IL

            

    Ch:

     .1 Emma F.                                     b. ca      1842

     .2 Gilbert                                        b. ca      1850

                                                   

1.6.1.1 Sandusky, Emma F. b. ca 1842, IL, md. to James S. Sconce b. 14 Nov. 1831, Brooks Point, Vermilion Co., IL, d. 21 Sep. 1888, 57 yrs., s/o Samuel & Nancy (Waters) Sconce.

 

Ref: The Biographical Record, pg. 181, 182 -  James S. Sconce was born near Brooks Point, Nov. 14, 1831, and acquired a good education, attending first the district schools, later the more advanced schools of Danville and subsequently the Georgetown Academy, at that time the leading educational institution of this portion of the state. He was also early trained to hard work on the home farm and when twenty-four years of age he entered his father’s store as a clerk and for four years drew a salary of only three hundred dollars per year.  In 1859, thinking he might find better business opportunities west of the Mississippi, he went to Kansas, where he pre-empted one hundred and sixty acres of land in Lyons county.  He remained, however, for only three months and then traded his property for a similar tract of land in Illinois and here began his career as a stockman and drover. During this time he made the acquaintance of the lady whom he sought as his wife, and in September, 1861, he was united in marriage to Miss Emma Sodowsky, the only daughter of Harvey Sodowsky.  She was reared at Woodlawn, her father’s country home and supplemented her early education by attendance at the Georgetown Academy.

 

After his marriage, Mr. Sconce lived for a year with his father-in-law and then located on the place, which is now the home of his widow and son.  As his financial resources increased he added to his property until he became the owner of twenty-one hundred acres of as fine land as can be found in this part of the country.  He erected thereon a splendid residence in the midst of tall and graceful trees, which shade a spacious lawn, adorned by the arts of the landscape gardener.  To this place Mrs. Sconce very appropriately gave the name of Fairview.  Mr. Sconce not only gave his attention to the cultivation of the cereals best adapted to soil and climate, but was also an extensive raiser and dealer in stock, his volume of business in this department reaching a large figure annually.  The estate left by him was one of the largest ever probated in Vermilion county and to the widow and children also came the satisfaction of knowing that it was gained through strictly legitimate and honorable business methods.

 

Unto Mr. and Mrs. Sconce were born three children: Anna, the wife of William G. Cathcart, the banker of Sidell, IL, by whom she has a daughter, Celia; Harvey J.; and Samuel, who died in infancy. It is said that “sorrows come not singly,” and so it seems for Mrs. Sconce lost her husband, her father and her mother within a year.  Mr. Sconce passed away September 21, 1888, at the age of fifty-seven years.

 

While his success excited the admiration of those who knew him, it was his personal characteristics that drew around him so many warm friends.  He was a man of fine appearance, six feet in height, broad shouldered, and with the keen, blue eye so characteristic of the family.  He would have attracted attention in any gathering.  Politically he was a Democrat from conviction and principle and in 1882 he consented to become a candidate for state senator.  He made a brilliant race, running far ahead of his ticket in a county, which is strongly Republican.  He served as supervisor of Carroll Township and always took a deep interest in public affairs.  A well-filled library indicated his literary taste, and he read broadly and deeply, spending many of his most pleasant hours with his favorite authors.  Educational matters always awakened his earnest interest and hearty co-operation and for a number of years he was one of the regents of the Wesleyan University, at Bloomington, IL, which was also favored by his generosity.  He was a consistent and active member of the Methodist Episcopal Church and he was buried with Masonic honors in the Woodlawn cemetery, at Indianola.  The funeral was attended by an immense throng and the cortege, headed by three hundred Masons in mourning, was over three miles in length, probably the largest funeral ever held in Vermilion county.  It was remarked by one who knew Mr. Sconce well that “a secret society, which commanded the fealty of a man like James Sconce, must have something in it.” If he loved the masonry it was also true that the brethren of the craft loved him.  He lived a life of simplicity, gentleness, kindness and charity, and he never allowed the accumulation of wealth to in any way influence his action toward those less fortunate, unless it was to make him more considerate and gracious.  He regarded only the worth of character in those whom he made his friends and he had the highest regard for upright manhood.  It was therefore a logical result that he should draw around him a circle of friends that was almost coextensive with his circle of acquaintances, and that his death should come as a personal bereavement to the great majority who knew him. (Need next page).

 

          Ch:

          .1 Anna                                                         b.

          .2 Harvey J.                                        b.

          .3 Samuel                                                     b.

 

1.6.1.1.1 Sconce, Anna b., d., md. to William G. Cathart b., d., Banker. Res. Sidell, IL.

 

Ref: The Biographical Review, pg. 1158 – William G. Cathcart received his primary education in the schools of Natrona, IL, which he supplemented by an attendance in a Jacksonville High School.  As Mr. Cathcart expresses it “he had no youth” for at the age of fifteen he went west to Nebraska and assumed the management of Alexander and Cathcart’s cattle ranch in Webster County.  The exposure to inclement weather resulted in his contracting rheumatism very badly and for a time it was thought that he would be unfit for outdoor life again, and partially on that account the Bank of Lyons, Alexander & Company, of Sidell, IL, was organized, and Mr. Cathcart placed in charge as cashier.  He had previously spent six months in the First National Bank of Paris, IL, there familiarizing himself with banking and bank methods, under the direct supervision of the president, A. J. Baber.  He has been cashier since its organization in 1887 and two years later was admitted to the firm as a partner.  In 1896, Mr. Cathcart, his brother-in-law, John H. Herron, and his father, John M. Cathcart, established the Sidell grain and Elevator Company, which was incorporated in 1902 with our subject as president.  The firm owns and operates seven elevators besides the transfer elevator at Mt. Vernon, IL, which has a capacity of one hundred and fifty thousand bushels of grain.  Mr. Cathcart is the president of two national banks in Indian Territory, the Weleetka and the First National of Wewoka.  Both banks were established in 1902 and are in thriving condition.  In connection with his wife, Mr. Cathcart owns and operates sixteen hundred acres of land, to which he gives his active supervision.

 

The marriage of William G. Cathcart and Miss Anna Sconce was celebrated June 12, 1890.  She is a daughter of James S. and Emma (Sodowsky) Sconce, a complete record of whose lives appear elsewhere in this volume.  One child has blessed the union of our subject and his wife: Celia S., born May 9, 1893, is attending the home school.  Both Mr. and Mrs. Cathcart are members of the Methodist Episcopal Church.  Fraternally he is a member of the Blue Lodge at Sidell and the chapter at Danville of the Masonic fraternity and also of the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks of Danville.  In political belief he is a stalwart Republican, and has served as mayor and trustee of Sidell.  Few if any men are more widely known in the section of the state in which he lives than Mr. Cathcart, and the esteem in which he is held but a just tribute to the sterling worth of the man. (May need next page)

 

          Ch:

          .1 Celia S.                                           b.  9 May 1893*

 

1.6.1.1.2 Sconce, Harvey J. b. Res. 1933, Sidell, IL.

 

1.6.1.1.3 Sconce, Samuel b., d. infancy.*

 

1.6.1.2 Sandusky, Gilbert b. ca 1850, IL.*

 

1.6.2 Sandusky, Elizabeth b. ca 1820, Bourbon Co., KY, d. ca 1852, Vermilion Co., IL, bur. Sandusky Cem., Carroll Twp., Vermilion Co., IL, md. 15 Aug. 1836, Warren Co., IN to Jacob S. Johnson b. ca 1816, MD, d. ca 1853, Vermilion Co., IL.

 

Ref: Galen gdlewis@uswest.net – Dee Graber of Frisco, TX, cousin of my Father, compiled much Sandusky information and forwarded it to the LDS in Salt Lake City, UT – Elizabeth Sandusky eloped with Jacob Johnson in neighboring Warren Co., IN on 15 Aug. 1836.  She was about 16 and he about 20 years of age.  He died ca 1853, some say FL, others say, IL, and Elizabeth and the children moved in with Grandfather Abraham.

 

     Ch:                      

     .1 Sarah                                          b.  9 Jun. 1837

     .2 Mary                                           b. ca   1840

           .3 John W.                                         b. 24 Aug. 1841

           .4 Abraham                                b. ca   1844

           .5 Josiah                                    b. 17 Oct. 1846

     .6 Susan                                          b. ca   1850

     .7 Robert                                        b.

     .8 Harley                                         b.    

     .9 Edna                                           b.     

 

1.6.2.1 Johnson, Sarah b. 9 Jun. 1837, Carroll Twp., Vermilion Co., IL, d. 22 Dec. 1934, Jamaica Twp., Vermilion Co., IL, md. 8 Sep. 1857, Indianola, Vermilion Co., to Kyle C. Patterson b. 5 Sep. 1830, WV, d. 11 Aug. 1906, Carroll Twp. Res. Sidell, IL.

 

Ref: Galen gdlewis@uswest.net I have an interesting several IL newspaper articles about Sarah turning 93 yrs. of age.

 

Children not listed in order:

 

    Ch:                      

    .1 Carrie                                          b. 22 Dec. 1874

          .2 William                                            b.

          .3 Cyrus                                                        b.

          .4 Kyle Jr.                                           b.

          .5 Emma                                                       b.

          .6 Ida                                                  b.

          .7 Child                                                        b.                                       

         

1.6.2.1.1 Patterson, Carrie b. 22 Dec. 1874, Carroll Twp., Vermilion Co., IL, d. 20 Oct. 1962, Jamacia Twp., Vermilion Co., IL, md. 14 Mar. 1907 to James Rymor Puzey b. 29 Aug. 1862, Fairmont, Jamacia Twp., Vermilion Co., IL, d. 24 May 1922, Jamacia Twp.

      

    Ch: 

     .1 Jeanetta                            b. 17 Jul. 1910

                                          

1.6.2.1.1.1 Puzey, Jeanette b. 17 Jul. 1910, Jamaica Twp., Vermilion Co., IL, md. 8 Oct. 1932 to William Russell Belton b. 29 Jul. 1909, Danville Twp., Vermilion Co., IL.

 

Ref: SSDI – Jeanette Belton b. 17 Jul. 1910, d. 25 Dec. 1999, Indianola, Vermilion Co., IL 61850, issued IL, 1963; William Belton b. 29 Jul. 1909, d. May 1979, Indianola, Vermilion Co., IL, issued IN, prior 1951.

 

    Ch:    

     .1 Jo Ann                               b. 11 Jul. 1934

                        

1.6.2.1.1.1.1 Belton, Jo Ann b. 11 Jul. 1934, Danville, Vermilion Co., IL, md. 26 Aug. 1956, Danville, by Rev. Curry to Darrel D. Lamps b. 27 Oct. 1935, div. Sep. 1964, Rock Island, IL. Res. Danville, IL.*

 

Ref: DAR No. 504345.

 

1.6.2.1.2 Patterson, William b., noted horseman. Res. Sidell, IL.*

 

1.6.2.1.3 Patterson, Cyrus b. Res. TN.*

 

1.6.2.1.4 Patterson, Frank b. Res. TN.*

 

1.6.2.1.5 Patterson, Kyle Jr. b., last heard from 1910.*

 

1.6.2.1.6 Patterson, Emma b., d. infancy.*

 

1.6.2.1.7 Patterson, Ida b., d. infancy.*

 

1.6.2.1.8 Patterson, Child b., d. infancy.*

 

1.6.2.2 Johnson, Mary b. ca 1840, IL, d. aft. 1913, Skiatook, OK, md. Mr. Fenwick. Res. Skiatook, OK.*

 

1.6.2.3 Johnson, John W. b. 24 Aug. 1841, IL, d. 29 Nov. 1856, IL.*

 

1.6.2.4 Johnson, Abraham b. ca 1844, IL, d., md. to Alice Johnson b., d. aft. 1913, Terre Haute, IN.*

 

1.6.2.5 Johnson, Josiah b. 17 Oct. 1846, d. 7 Dec. 1906, md. 1 Jan. 1872, to Emily Angeline Mosier.

 

Ref: gdlewis@uswest.net – Josiah & Emily moved to KS by train ca 1884. Some of this data comes from family bible which Dee Graber has.

 

          Ch:

          .1 Son                                                 b.

          .2 John                                                         b.

          .3 Jessie Ellen                                     b. 20 Feb. 1875

          .4 Harley N.                                         b. ca   1878

          .5 Edna Leone                                               b. ca   1882

          .6 Robert N.                                        b. 19 Feb. 1885

          .7 Dau.                                                         b. 24 Oct. 1888

 

1.6.2.5.1 Johnson, Son b., d. 10 Dec. 1872, IL.*

 

1.6.2.5.2 Johnson, John b., IL, dy, IL.*

 

1.6.2.5.3 Johnson, Jessie Ellen b. 20 Feb. 1875, IL, d. 8 Mar. 1972, Silverdale, Cowley Co., KS, md. to J. Franklin Lewis.

 

Ref: SSDI – Jessie Lewis b. 20 Feb. 1875, d. Mar. 1972, Arkansas City, Cowley Co., KS 67005, issued KS.

 

          Ch:

          .1 Lester L.                                         b.  5 May  1899

          .2 Eunice Lyle                                               b. 22 Jul. 1901

          .3 Otis                                                           b.  6 Sep. 1903

          .4 Lucille                                              b. 31 May  1906

          .5 Emily Margaret                                 b. 25 Jun. 1908

          .6 Russell Franklin                                 b. 29 Apr. 1911

          .7 Alma Lenore                                              b. 24 Apr. 1914

 

1.6.2.5.3.1 Lewis, Lester L. b. 5 May 1899, d. 25 Jun. 1980, md. to Myrtle Burnette.

 

Ref: SSDI – Lester Lewis b. 5 May 1899, d. Jun. 1980, Arkansas City, Cowley Co., KS 67005, issued KS, prior 1951.

 

          Ch:

          .1 Infant Son                                        b.

          .2 Donald                                                      b.

          .3 James                                                       b.

         

1.6.2.5.3.1.1 Lewis, Infant Son b.*

 

1.6.2.5.3.1.2 Lewis, Donald b., md. to Jean James.

 

          Ch:

          .1 Galen                                                       b.

          .2 Burke                                                       b.

          .3 Luana                                                       b.

 

1.6.2.5.3.1.2.1 Lewis, Galen b., md. to Mary Mertes.*

 

1.6.2.5.3.1.2.2 Lewis, Burke b., md. to Lucy Ryan.*

 

1.6.2.5.3.1.2.3 Lewis, Luana b.*

 

1.6.2.5.3.1.3 Lewis, James b., md. to Shirley Roberts.

 

          Ch:

          .1 James                                                       b.*

          .2 Thomas                                                     b.*

          .3 William                                           b.*

 

1.6.2.5.3.2 Lewis, Eunice Lyle b. 22 Jul. 1901, d. 2 Oct. 1986, md. to Lee Warren.

 

Ref: SSDI – Lyle Warren b. 22 Jul. 1901, d. Oct. 1986, Hanover, Washington Co., KS 66945, issued KS.

 

          Ch:

          .1 Richard                                           b.*

          .2 Roger                                                       b.*

 

1.6.2.5.3.3 Lewis, Otis b. 6 Sep. 1903, d. 23 Jun. 1909.*

 

1.6.2.5.3.4 Lewis, Lucille b. 31 May 1906, d. 21 Jul. 1907.*

 

1.6.2.5.3.5 Lewis, Emily Margaret b. 25 Jun. 1908, md. to W. R. Bond. Emily living 11 Apr. 1999.*

 

1.6.2.5.3.6 Lewis, Russell Franklin b. 29 Apr. 1911, d. 11 Dec. 1973, md. to Lois Kirkpatrick.

 

Ref: SSDI – Russell Lewis b. 29 Apr. 1911, d. Dec. 1973, Arkansas City, Cowley Co., KS 67005, issued KS, prior 1951.

 

          Ch:

          .1 Kay                                                 b.*

          .2 Michael                                           b.*

          .3 Lois Ann                                          b.*

 

1.6.2.5.3.7 Lewis, Alma Lenore b. 24 Apr. 1914, d. 16 Dec. 1994, md. to Harry Graber.

 

Ref: SSDI – Alma Graber b. 25 Apr. 1914, d. 16 Dec. 1994, Frisco, Collin Co., TX, issued KS, prior 1951.

 

          Ch:

          .1 Dee                                                          b.*

          .2 Ned                                                          b.*

 

1.6.2.5.4 Johnson, Harley N. b. ca 1878, Indianola, IL, d. ca 1949, Rapid City, SD, md. to Mary Wilson. Res. 1071 Julien Ave., Dubuque, IA.

 

          Ch:

          .1 Justine                                            b.

          .2 Helen                                                        b.

          .3 Leland H.                                        b.

          .4 Wilford W.                                               b.

 

1.6.2.5.4.1 Johnson, Justine b. Res. Rapid City, SD.*

 

1.6.2.5.4.2 Johnson, Helen b. Res. Rapid City, SD.*

 

1.6.2.5.4.3 Johnson, Leland H. b. Res. Rapid City, SD.*

 

1.6.2.5.4.4 Johnson, Wilford W. b. Res. Rapid City, SD.*

 

1.6.2.5.5 Johnson, Edna Leone b. ca 1882, IL, d. ca 1966, KS, n.m.*

 

1.6.2.5.6 Johnson, Robert N. b. 19 Feb. 1885, KS, d. 16 Aug. 1979, Arkansas City, KS, no issue.

 

Ref: SSDI – Robert Johnson b. 19 Feb. 1885, d. Aug. 1979, Arkansas City, Cowley Co., KS 67005, issued KS, prior 1951.

 

1.6.2.5.7 Johnson, Dau. b. 24 Oct. 1888, d. 24 Oct. 1888.*

 

1.6.2.6 Johnson, Susan b. ca 1850, IL, d. aft. 1913, IL, md. J. Matt McKee. Res. Indianola, IL.

 

          Ch:

          .1 Lulu                                                          b.

          .2 Gilbert                                            b.

          .3 Harvey                                                     b.

          .4 Essie                                                        b.

          .5 Jessie                                                       b.

          .6 Kate                                                         b.

          .7 Emma                                                       b.

 

1.6.2.6.1 McKee, Lulu b., md. to Lester Cheng.*

 

1.6.2.6.2 McKee, Gilbert b.*

 

1.6.2.6.3 McKee, Harvey b.*

 

1.6.2.6.4 McKee, Essie b., md. ?? Mendenhall.*

 

1.6.2.6.5 McKee, Jessie b., md. to Wilbur Barnett.*

 

1.6.2.6.6 McKee, Kate b.*

 

1.6.2.6.7 McKee, Emma b.*

 

1.6.2.7 Johnson, Robert b. Res. Arkansas City, KS.*

 

1.6.2.8 Johnson, Harley b. Res. 1071 Julien Ave., Dubuque, IA.*

 

1.6.2.9 Johnson, Edna b. Res. Arkansas City, KS.*

 

1.6.3 Sandusky (Sodowsky), Mary "Polly" b. ca 1823, d. ca 1885 m1, 1 Jul. 1841, Vermilion Co., IL to William H. Matkin.

 

Ref: Vermilion Co., IL probate records of Abram Sandusky d. 1913.

 

     Ch:

     .1 Theodore                          b.*

     .2 Mary                                  b.*

 

Mary "Polly m2 to Sam Baum.

 

     .3 Frank                                 b.*

     .4 America                             b.*

     .5 Winchester                        b.*

     .6 May                                   b.*

 

1.6.3.1 Matkin, Theodore b. Res. Indianaola, IL.*

 

1.6.3.2 Matkin, Mary b.*

 

1.6.3.3 Baum, Frank b.*

 

1.6.3.4 Baum, America b.*

 

1.6.3.5 Baum, Winchester b.*

 

1.6.3.6 Baum, May b.*

 

1.6.4 Sandusky, Agnes b. ca 1826, d. 7 Sep. 1837, bur. Sandusky Cem., Carroll Twp., Vermilion Co., IL, (11-10-20).*

 

1.6.5 Sandusky (Sodowsky), William b. 19 Nov. 1826, Bourbon Co., KY, d. 24 Jan. 1910, Danville, Vermilion Co., IL, md. 19 Apr. 1849, Vermilion Co., IL to Mary Elizabeth Baum b. ca 1829, OH, d. 19 Jul. 1913, Vermilion Co., IL, d/o Charles Samuel & Sarah (Weaver) Baum.

 

Ref: Doris Hubble.

 

Ref: 1850 Vermilion Co., IL census, dtd. 18 Sep. 1850, dist. 21, pg. 647/325; 228.

 

Sodowsky, William,   22, b. KY, Farmer

  "     , Elizabeth, 21, b. IL

  "     , Mary J., 1/12, b. IL

 

Ref: 1860 Dallas, Carroll Twp., Vermilion Co., IL census, dtd. 7 Jul. 1860, pg. 208; 1476/1480.

 

Sandusky, Wm.,       32, b. KY, Farmer, RE $25000, PE $4470

  "     , Elizabeth, 31, b. OH

  "     , Caroline,   8, b. IL

  "     , Rochester,  6, b. IL

  "     , Adeline,    4, b. IL

Hinton,   John M.,   22, b. KY, Farm Laborer, RE $600; PE $80

 

Ref: 1870 Indianaola, Carroll Twp., Vermilion Co., IL census, dtd. 13 Jun. 1870, pg. 33; 242/232.

 

Sandusky, William,   43, b. KY, Farmer

  "     , Elizabeth, 41, b. OH, Kp Hse

  "     , Caroline,  18, b. IL

  "     , Rochester, 16, b. IL, Farm Laborer

  "     , Ann ?,     14, b. IL

Garrett, Densie,     19, b. OH, Servant

Ellsby, Robert,      21, b. KY, Farm Laborer

Hornbeck, James,     24, b. KY

 

Ref: 1880 Carroll Twp., Vermilion Co., IL census, dtd. 7 Jun. 1880, dist. 206, pg. 10; 79/79.

 

Sandusky, William,      52, b. KY, Farmer/Stockman, parents b. KY

  "     , M. Elizabeth, 50, b. OH, Kp Hse, parents b. OH

  "     , Rochester,    26, b. IL, Son, Farmer,  F b. KY, M b. OH

  "           , Bell,             9, b. IL, Dau., Sch.,      "       "

Milholland, William,    20, b. IL, Hired Farm Hand, F b. IN, M ?

  "     , Martha J.,    16, b. IL, Servant,               F b. IN, M ?

O'Conell, Richard,      21, b. IN, Hired Farm Hand, pts. b. Ire.

Ewinger,  Callie,          28, b. IL, Dau.,            F b. KY, M b. OH

  "    ,  Mary,           4, b. IL, Gdau.,        parents b. IL

  "    ,  Josie,          2, b. IL, Gdau.,        parents b. IL

 

    Ch:                     

     .1 Sarah J.                             b. ca      1850

     .2 Caroline "Callie"                 b. ca      1852

     .3 Rochester                          b. ca      1854

     .4 Addie                      b. ca      1856

     .5 Belle S.                        b. ca      1871

 

1.6.5.1 Sandusky, Sarah J. b. ca 1848, IL, d. 20 Jun. 1850, bur. Sandusky Cem., Carroll Twp., Vermilion Co., IL, 2-1-2.

                   

1.6.5.2 Sandusky, Caroline “Callie” b. ca 1852, IL, d. pr 1913, m1, 11 Mar. 1875, Vermilion Co., IL to Benjamin H. Ewinger b. ca 1853.

 

Ref: 1880 Vermilion Co., IL census.

 

Ref: Vermilion Co., IL marriage records – Callie Sandusky, 23, Indianola, IL, md. 11 Mar. 1875, Vermilion Co., IL to Benjamin H. Ewinger, 22, Westfield, Coles Co., IL.

 

    Ch: 

     .1 Mary                                           b. ca      1876

     .2 Josie                                          b. ca      1878

   

Caroline m2 to James Snapp.

 

1.6.5.2.1 Ewinger, Mary b. ca 1876, IL.*

 

1.6.5.2.2 Ewinger, Josie b. ca 1878, IL.*

 

1.6.5.3 Sandusky, Rochester b. ca 1854, IL. Res. Rochester, IL.*

                                              

1.6.5.4 Sandusky, Adeline "Addie" b. ca 1856, IL, md. 9 Apr. 1878, Bourbon Co., KY (Mar. Rec. #1478) to James Thompson McMillen b. ca 1853. Res. Danville, IL.

 

Ref: Bourbon Co., KY Marriage records indicate that James was 23 yrs. old at marriage and Adeline was 22 yrs.

 

    Ch:                    

     .1 Nelle                                          b.

 

1.6.5.4.1 McMillen, Nelle b. Danville, Vermilion Co., IL, md. John Albert Bolles.

 

Ref: Nelle’s DAR Number is #80374.

 

1.6.5.5 Sandusky, Belle S. b. ca 1871, IL, md. to Mr. James. Res. Danville, IL.*

 

1.6.6 Sandusky, Thomas b. ca 1830, KY.

 

Ref: 1850 Vermilion Co., IL census, dtrd. 28 Aug. 1850, dist. 21, pg. 623/318; 131.

 

Sandosky, Thomas, 20, b. KY, Farmer (listed with Abram Sandosky)

 

Ref: 1870 Catlin, Catlin Twp., Vermilion Co., IL census, dtd. 9 Jul. 1870, pg. 3; 15/15. (Double check this connection; I put the census record this because of the birth date.)

 

Sandusky, Thomas,     40, b. KY, Farmer

  "     , E. A.,      31, b. IL, Kp Hse

  "     , Maggie,      6, b. IN

  "     , Kate,        3, b. IL

Clements, Leonard,    17, b. IL, Farm Laborer

Rose, Alonzo,         17, b. OH, Farm Laborer

Groves, Elizabeth J., 19, b. IN, Servant

 

1.6.7 Sandusky, Abraham Jr. b. 24 Mar. 1833, KY, d. 30 Apr. 1913, Indianola, Vermilion Co., IL, Farmer, md. 16 Dec. 1869 to Ellen Nancy Baird b. ca 1841, IL, d. 15 Jan. 1908, Vermilion Co., IL.

 

Ref: 1870 Indianola, Carroll Twp., Vermilion Co., IL census, dtd. ??, pg. 33; 243/233.

 

Sandusky, Abe,    37, b. KY, Farmer, RE $50,000, PE $50,000

  "           , Ella,   29, b. IL, Kp Hse

  "     , Josiah, 31, b. IL, Farmer, RE $50,000, PE $25,000

Johnson, Josiah,  21, b. IL

Johnson, Susan,   18, b. IL

Neal, Polly,      58, b. KY, Servant, black

 "  , Gabriel,    38, b. KY, Livestock Dealer, black

Dobbins, Frank,   21, b. OH, Farm Laborer

Garrett, Martin,  21, b. IL, Farm Laborer

 

Ref: 1880 Carroll Twp., Vermilion Co., IL census, dtd. 7 Jun. 1880, dist. 206, pg. 10; 75/75.

 

Sandusky, Abraham,   47, b. KY,                 parents b. KY

  "     , N. Ellen,  39, b. IL,  Wife, Kp Hse, F b. KY, M b. OH

Duncan,   Benj. F.,  25, b. VA,  School Teacher, parents b. VA

Porter,   Joseph W., 19, b. IL,  Hired Man, F b. KY, M b. IN

Keeny,    Patrick,   28, b. IRE, Ditching Laborer, parents b. Ire

 

1.6.8 Sandusky, Euphemia Jane b. ca 1835, IL, d. ca 1902, md. to Lewis Green b. ca 1902.

 

Ref: Vermilion Co., IL Probate Record of Abram Sandusky d. 1913.

          

    Ch:   

     .1 Edward                                       b.

     .2 Ada                                             b.

     .3 Lou                                             b.

     .4 Uz                                              b.

 

1.6.8.1 Green, Edward b. Res. Florence, KS.*

 

1.6.8.2 Green, Ada b.*

                    

1.6.8.3 Green, Lou b. Res. Indianaola, IL.*

      

1.6.8.4 Green, Uz b. Res. Indianola, IL.*

 

1.6.9 Sandusky, Josiah b. 11 Sep. 1837, Carroll Twp., Vermilion Co., IL, d. 13 Feb. 1901, Vermilion Co., md. 18 Dec. 1873 to Susan Margaret Moreland b. ca 1853, Bourbon Co., KY, d/o Thomas & Catherine (Hedges) Moreland.

 

Ref: Doris Hubble.

 

Ref: Biography of Vermilion Co., IL, pg. 789.

 

Ref: Josiah was a Farmer, Stock Raiser and raised trotting horses near Catlin, IL.

 

Ref: 1880 Carroll Twp., Vermilion Co., IL census, dtd. 7 Jun. 1880, dist. 206, pg. 9; 67/67.

 

Sandusky, Josiah,    41, b. IL, Farmer,         parents b. KY

  "     , Margarite, 27, b. KY, Wife, Kp Hse,   parents b. KY

  "     , Pearl,      2, b. IL, Dau., F b. IL, M b. KY

Keller,   Timothy,   35, b. OH, Hired House Man, F b. TN, M b. PA

Maddox,   Nathan,    25, b. OH, Hired Farm Man, parents b. OH

Morris,   Clara,          20, b. IL, Servant,        parents b. Eng.

Milholand, Adam R.,  49, b. IN, Laborer,        parents b. OH

                                           

    Ch:                        

     .1 infant                                b.

     .2 infant                       b.

     .3 Pearl                                           b. 22 Jan. 1878

     .4 William J.                          b. 27 May  1880

     .5 Abraham                            b.  2 Oct. 1883

 

1.6.9.1 Sandusky, Infant b.*

 

1.6.9.2 Sandusky, Infant b.*

 

1.6.9.3 Sandusky, Pearl b. 22 Jan. 1878, IL.*

 

1.6.9.4 Sandusky, William J. b. 27 May 1880, IL.*

 

1.6.9.5 Sandusky, Abraham b. 2 Oct. 1883, Georgetown, Vermillion Co., IL, Farmer, Quaker Minister, md. to Susie Mae Reynolds. Res. Whittier, CA.

 

          Ch:

          .1 J. Guilford                                                b.

          .2 Julia                                                         b.

 

1.6.9.5.1 Sanduksy, J. Guilford b. ca 1912, Whittier, CA, md. ca 1941, Los Angeles, CA to Ruth Amy Bingham.

 

          Ch:

          .1 Jill                                                  b.

          .2 Marsha                                                      b.

 

1.6.9.5.1.1 Sandusky, Jill b., md. to Mr. Sprinkle.  Res. 1997, Fremont, CA.*

 

1.6.9.5.1.2 Sandusky, Marsha b. ca 1944, Los Angeles, CA. Res. 1997, Los Angeles, CA.

 

Ref: Marsha's email Sashasky@aol.com

 

1.6.9.5.2 Sandusky, Julia b.

 

            The American Pioneer, Volume 2, Page 325.

 

Flyleaf in this old book reads as follows:

 

THE AMERICAN PIONEER

 

A Monthly Publication Devoted to the objects of the Logan Historical Society or, to collecting and publishing Sketches relative to the early settlements and Successive Improvement of the country.

 

                   Volume 11, Cincinnati, Ohio

 

            Edited and Published by John S. Williams

 

                              1843

 

                      R. P. Brooks, Printer

 

{The following is a letter written to Mr. John S. Williams, Editor and Publisher of The American Pioneer, by Isaac & Jacob Sandusky, sons of James & Mary (Brown) Sandusky in response to an article which appeared in Volume 1 of The American Pioneer by Mr. Green. As of this date we have not located a copy of Volume 1.}

 

Pg. 325 - FIRST SETTLEMENT OF KENTUCKY - SANDUSKY

 

                   Cincinnati, March 15, 1843

 

John S. Williams, Esq.

 

Sir - We have received the American Pioneer, in which your correspondent, Mr. Green (Vol. 1, page 99) gives some account of the origin of the name Sandusky in this country. Mr. Green is in the main correct as respects the origin of the name, strictly so. He was, however, mistaken as to the family left by our grandfather. He left four sons and one daughter, who settled in different places; but the family has not much increased.

 

Our grandfather, Jonathan Sandusky, or more properly Sodousky, came to this country, as we are told, in the reign of Queen Anne of England {1665 - 1714}, and landed and settled where the city of New York is now. He became an Indian trader and lived at Sandusky, as stated by Mr. Green, but the time we know not. For some cause, not known to us, a dispute arose between him and the Indians and on his way from Sandusky to the Potomac, in Virginia, where it is understood his family were stationed, he was killed in Virginia by the Indians, or, as was more generally believed, by some whites, on the credit of the Indians.

 

Our father, James Sandusky, came down the river in 1773 and again in 1774 with Hight {Hite} and Harrod. In the first trip they went down as far as the falls and returned. In the last they went down to the mouth of the Kentucky River and up that stream to Harrod's station, where they cleared land and planted corn. This was the first improvement in Kentucky; but that settlement was broken up by the Indians. It may be well worth mentioning that these trips were both made in periogues or large canoes. In the second trip they encamped at the mouth of Deer Creek, where Cincinnati now is.  It is believed that they cut the first tree ever cut by white man on that ground. Our father returned to Virginia upon the breaking up of Harrod's settlement. He then married and removed to Washington County, Kentucky, and built Sandusky's Station on Pleasant run about the year 1776. In the same year, Harrod returned and built his station.

 

On the breaking up of Harrod's settlement in 1774, our uncle Jacob traveled to Cumberland river; he then got a canoe, descended the Cumberland, Ohio, and Mississippi rivers to New Orleans; from thence he came around, and at last got back to Virginia via Baltimore. He is believed to have been the first white man that ever descended those rivers except French or Spanish. He came out and settled at Sandusky's Station with our father. From this station he and our father removed across Kentucky River and settled in Jessamine County, in about 1785. Our uncle lived here until his death about 10 years ago. He kept notes of the settlement of the country and had great quantities of them. We are not sure that we can recover them from a printer who was to have published them, but did not. If we can get them they shall be at your service for the Pioneer. He knew well the history of the first settlers of the country and always condemned in many particulars all the published history, as he knew them to be incorrect.

 

Our father removed to Bourbon County about 1786 or 1787, where one of us now lives, on Cane Ridge. His station was then the farthest east from Lexington unless it might have been L. B. Licks or Kenton's station.

 

Signed                   Isaac Sodousky  & Jacob Sandusky

 

It will be seen by the above that the origin of the name Sandusky is fairly settled to be as Mr. Green represented. The Messrs Sodowsky are twin brothers, as they say, and as any person would almost believe from their real resemblance of each other, even if they denied it. It is rather singular that two such different orthographies should be introduced between brothers. They told us the occasion of Jacob altering the spelling of his name was the misspelling of it in some land titles, which he chose to follow rather than to hazard, but adhere to the proper orthography and pronunciation. In their respective neighborhoods they are known by names just as differently pronounced as they are spelled. This was to be expected.

 

Collins' HISTORY OF KENTUCKY, Volume 11, Page 750.

 

"In the year 1776 James Sodowsky, or Sandusky, removed from Virginia to Washington County, and built Sandusky's station on Pleasant Run. On the breaking up of Harrod's settlement, in 1774, Jacob Sandusky, a brother of James, and connected with Harrod's settlement, traveled to Cumberland River; and procured a canoe, descended the Cumberland, Ohio, and Mississippi Rivers to New Orleans, etc. (same information as in The American Pioneer).

 

Page 21

 

"Stations and early settlements in Kentucky"

 

"Sandusky's station on Pleasant Run, in Washington County, settled by James Sandusky or Sadowsky, in 1776; in 1786 or 87 he removed to Cane Ridge in Bourbon County and settled another station, which was probably known by the name of Cane Ridge."

 

POLISH PIONEERS OF VIRGINIA AND KENTUCKY by Miecislaus Haiman, with Notes on Genealogy of the Sadowski Family by A. Clay Sandusky.

 

Polish Roman Catholic Union of America; Chicago, IL 1937.

 

Pg. 21

 

"Thanks to Mr. A. Clay Sandusky of Cincinnati, OH, generally recognized as the best authority on the genealogy of the Sandusky Family."

 

Pages 54 - 77 Chapter IV

 

                      THE SADOWSKI FAMILY

 

Page 63

"Isaac and Jacob state "it is understood that his family were stationed on the Potomac in Virginia. Ephraim stated his grandfather's homestead was in the South Branch of the Potomac. Andrew is often mentioned in the court records of Augusta County. He was one of the purchasers of land from Daniel Love at the Gap of the North Mountain in the present county of Berkeley, WV, on 5 December 1754. {Ref: Lyman Chalkley "Chronicles of Scotch Irish Settlement in Virginia, Vol. 111, pg. 40.}

 

Again on 30 March 1758, he is mentioned as one of the purchasers of some other estate {Ibid., pg. 53) and on 19 August 1761, as purchaser of a part of the estate of William Claypole of that county. {Ibid., pg. 66}.

 

He evidently also performed duties of a surveyor, as the court of Augusta County ordered him to lay out a road on 21 March 1759.

 

"This Sadowski is said to have lived also in the Old Campbell and Hardy counties, VA. One of his sons, James, was born in the last mentioned county in 1748." {Ref: Virginia Soldiers of 1776, Vol. 1, pg. 440. & DAR Lineages, Vol. 76, pg. 101.)

 

Page 69

"James raised a crop of corn on a tract of land "on a branch of Cooper's Run, a branch of Licking Creek on the West side of the road from Boonesborough, to the Blue Licks and half a mile from Randolphs Lick "which he claimed in 1779 by the right of settlement and pre-emption He received 400 acres to include such improvement and the pre-emption of 1000 acres adjoining, and a certificate was issued." {Ref: Register of the Kentucky State Historical Society, Vol. 21, pg. 102.

 

"Jacob, it seems, continued at Harrodsburg with Colonel Abraham Hite and others til Fall of 1777."

 

Meanwhile, in 1776, his brother, Anthony and another, Sadowski, Jonathan, came to Kentucky, evidently with the intentions of settling there permanently. In any event, both of them made some improvements in the land on the East Fork of Jessamine Creek in the same year. It seems, however, that none of the Sadowski brothers settled for good before the year 1779. Anyhow, James and Jacob spent the year of 1778 at their homes in Virginia. James returned to Kentucky in the Spring of 1779 just in time to take part, together with Anthony, in Colonel John Bowman's expedition against the Chillicothe towns..... Jacob appeared again in Kentucky not earlier than December of 1779, and even then remained only till 1780."

 

"About 1780 James, probably with the help of his brothers, built the Sandusky Station on the left bank of Pleasant Creek, etc."

 

{Ref: Register of the Kentucky State Historical Society, Vol. 31, pg. 306; The American Pioneer, Vol. 11, pg. 325.}

 

Page 72

"About 1782, Jacob and James removed to Jessamine County. Jacob evidently brought his family over to Kentucky in 1784 {Ref: Draper MSS. Mrs. Shanklin describes extensively the events of their journey} but evidently only part of it, as he was listed as an inhabitant of Hampshire Co., VA., in the first census of 1790. His Virginia household then contained 4 white persons.

 

"James settled later in Bourbon Co., KY and there built his own station on Cande (Cane) Ridge. {Ref: Collins' History of Kentucky, Vol. 11, pg. 21}.

 

Pages 78 & 79 - "Supplementary Notes to Chapter IV by A. Clay Sandusky".

 

The following account is by Joseph Brown and is filed in the Marion County, IN court records. Joseph Brown was the grandson of Thomas Brown, Revolutionary Soldier, whose daughter, Mary Ball Brown, was "married to Captain Sadowski, late of Count Pulaski's Polish Regiment of American Volunteers, in 1780, and removed to Kentucky the same year, where she lived and died. After the death of Pulaski from wounds received in the Battle at Savannah, GA, in 1779, the Polish Battalion was disbanded and Captain Sadowski was mustered out of service as supernumerary."

 

Also see, "The Sandusky Family in the United States" by Judge James M. Sandusky.

 

James received a grant of 1000 acres in Fayette County in 1783. In the same year he received an additional grant of 400 acres (Kentucky Land Grants, Jillson, Pgs. 123,402). These grants may have been given for Revolutionary War service.

 

James Sandusky (born 1748, died 1830, married Mary Ball Brown and had the following children: Andrew, Thomas, Sarah, Jacob (born 1790, d. 1866), Isaac (born 1790, twin of Jacob, died 1851) and Abraham (born 1793, d. 1866).

 

Page 73

Statement is made that "Isaac and Jacob's narratives are the basis for the sketch on the Sadowski family, one of whom lived on the father's station in Bourbon County, KY and the other one in Cincinnati as late as 1843."

 

Page 79

"Jacob, brother, of James, married after the death of Jemima Voss. His second wife was Elizabeth Evans, by whom he had five children: Rebecca, Sallie, Margaret, Susan and James (Family Bibles)." This explains why his wife is named as Elizabeth in Jacob's will of 1832.

 

                Virginia Soldiers of 1776. pg. 440

 

"James Sodowsky (1748 - 1831): Served as a Private 1779 in the expedition against the Indians in Kentucky. He was born in Hardy Co., VA and died in Bourbon Co., KY. He married Mary Ball Brown. Their son Jacob Sandusky (1790 - 1866) married Mourning Bowles.

 

Register of the Kentucky State Historical Society, Vol. 31, pg. 306.

 

Page 320 -- Complete Record Book "C" --

Deposition of James Sodowski, at his own home in Bourbon County, 24 April 1810, desposes: -- "I came to Kentucky in the year of 1773 and I had no particular place of residence until the summer of 1774 when I and others planted a crop of corn at a place called Fountain Blue, a place about three miles below Harrodsburg and in that year I went back to Virginia and I returned and made a crop of corn at Harrodsburg and in the fall of that year I again went back to Virginia and returned to Kentucky in the spring of 1779 and resided at Harodsburgh from the time until 1782, principally. The Kentucky River was generally known by that name by the inhabitants before and in the year of 1780. Isaac Hite lived principally at Harrodsburg and at the place called Fountain Blue whilst he was in this country but believe he went to Virginia about the fall of 1776 or 1777 and returned to Kentucky in the fall of the year 1779."

 

         Reverend Shane's Interview with Mrs. Shanklin

 

Prepared for publication by Patricia Potts Van Patten, Denver, CO.

 

Introduction: For information about John D. Shane and his interviews, read Lucian V. Rule's introduction to the published interview with Ephriam Sandusky which appeared in the Filson Club Quarterly, Vol. 8, (1934), pg. 217 to 218. The original manuscripts are owned by the Wisconsin State Historical Society and they have put them on microfilm. This interview can be found on film #889,117 in the Genealogical Library in Salt Lake City, UT. This interview is number four of the Jessamine County, Kentucky interviews.

 

This interview of Shane's is here printed as written except for abbreviated words and numbers which have been spelled out. Spelling has not been corrected except when the meaning may not be apparent. Rev. Shane had his own system of short hand and abbreviations which, at time, was difficult to decipher. Every effort has been made to interpret the interview as it was written.

                                                                   

              Shane's Interview with Mrs. Shanklin   

 

Mrs. Shanklin, widow. Memory gone and mind broken so that she can scarcely connect her ideas. Was assisted to converse by her son, a lawyer in Nicholasville.

 

Robert Shanklin came out in 1774 or 1775. Came here in the fall 1775 and staid till the spring 1776. Was out ten months till he raised a crop and planted some corn in Mercer. Sodowsky had been out in 1775 - gone back and came down this fall.

 

                        1. David Williams

                        2. Peter Casey

                        3. Jacob Sodowsky

                        4. Ebeneezer Sovreigns

                        5. Peter Higgins

                        6. Isaac Hite

                        7. Robert Shanklin

 

What seven were these?  Those with Sodowsky in the canoe? We built two boats at Morgantown, PA and started for Kentucky the first day of September 1784. One boat was for horses, the other a family boat. Had four families - 1. Robert Shanklin, 2. Richard Shanklin, 3. John H. (this was all to this name), 4. Jacob Sodowsky, and Wm. Morris, Andrew Burns, Jas Alexander, and Elijah Tuscin (?), young men. As they were floating along eating their breakfast, my Mother saw an Indian with his gun raised ready to fire. She told the company and they threw the stern out so as to get farther from the shore. The boat was so protected at the sides that the Indians could not have killed anyone. That evening when they landed to stop for the night, they heard ground squirrels, or owls, or wolves, in different parts of a circle round. Mrs. Sodowsky, who had been a prisoner among Indians, knowing the cause of the sounds, they pushed off and went on. We came to Clear S. (station) on Clear's run, about eighteen miles from Louisville. I think it was December when we got there. We were a long time on water. After Mr. Shanklin got to Clear S., he didn't know where his land lay. Had to come up to Harrodsburg to get a man to find where his land lay. He built two cabins about a mile or a mile and a half from Clear S. It was New Years day the day when he got into them. Father and Uncle Richard, Jas Anderson (Alexander), Andy Burns, apprentices to my Father and to Uncle (and Tuscin), we were all there until October in peace. Richard Shanklin had been off somewhere and bought a cow and was driving her home. He stopped at this Blue Lick run only about two hundred yards from the cabins to let his horse drink, and was always positive that he heard a gun snap at him. This was the evening before what follows.

 

(Adventure about 1785 October). Jas Anderson had gone into the cornfield to cut corn. My father was at the corner of the house grinding at the hand mill when he heard the gun, not more than fifty to sixty yards from the cabins. He run in and got his gun and when he got to the spot, the smoke of the gun fired was not more than ten feet from the bound. Anderson, instead of running to the house, went in the opposite. And then the indians got between him and the house. As he jumped the cornfield fence, he sprained his ankle and there was another indian outside there, who then soon caught him. He would have escaped from both if he had not sprained his ankle. Three indians now took him in charge and carried him off a little piece to a sink and there waited till the other four indians came up, when they went to the knobs, about two miles off. There they staid the remainder of the day, and trimmed and painted him. At night they started on to cross the Ohio. The indians had painted Anderson at first in black. But he gave them insinuations that he was a gunsmith and could repair their guns. They then daubed him with spots of red, an indication of more pleasure, and picked our all his hair but the crown. His hands were tied behind. His plan was to, and he did let them get and keep on a little before (him), till, as they were passing over a log, he was eight or ten steps in the back and stopped and squatted behind the root of a tree, in a spice bush. When they missed him they stopped and hunted awhile, but, being unable to find him, they whistled on their chargers and went on. Anderson slipped his arms under him during the night, and with the aid of his teeth, succeeded in loosing his hands, and got into Mann's Lick, about seven miles from our place, naked, trimmed, and painted, sometime next morning.

 

There were seven men about the house when Anderson was taken. Five had started to go in pursuit of those indians that were after Anderson. And two that had jumped out of bed and started just as they were, when they had gotten sixty or seventy yards off, on the top of a hill, stopped and remarked that all ought not to leave the women and houses alone, and, nothing being replied, each added, I will go back; and then, these men started and came back. When they had gotten back, the women told them they had seen indians before the door (in front of the door) behind a log jump up and peak over. My Mother said she had seen one raise up three times before they went into he house. They might have shot them if they had thought the men wouldn't have gone farther. Father supposed he had more men, too, than they had expected as he had hired one or two to help him cut up corn that morning. One of the men then got on the top of the house, by the chimney, and called for the five to come back, there were indians there. At this the five returned, divided into two parties and went around the log. Here they could distinctly see where four indians had been in wait with the prints of their hands and feet.

The indians had made their escape on hearing the call.

 

(Adventure about 1785 October). Jas Anderson had gone into the cornfield to cut corn. My father, Mrs. Richard said, "Anderson has done something noble". "Lord", says Mrs. Robert, "Anderson had no gun". And the next thing was Anderson's voice crying, "indians! indians!" Mrs. Robert had milked the sixth or seventh of eight cows, and now, cleared a high fence into the yard with both buckets of milk and without spilling a drop.

 

Such was the consternation caused by the attack and the anxiety for the fate of Anderson that the cabiners utterly forgot to eat anything during the whole day. On the next morning, as Mrs. Shanklin was getting breakfast ready,, Anderson made his appearance. (Rev. Shane makes a note here that he may not have understood what Mrs. Shanklin said. He notes that Jas Anderson, apprentice, was the field cutting corn the evening before. Killed an indian. Nine cows to milk. Seven were done and two to go. I was milking a cow. I was cutting corn in the field. Two buckets, one in each hand. Jumped the fence with them clear, and they all raised a laugh to see me.)

 

Father was a blacksmith and sometimes was obliged to be from home; and, as he could not think of leaving his family in these circumstances, and there was no prospect of a termination to the indian hostilities, he now removed to within three miles of Danville, the thickest settled part of Mercer, the thickest settled and oldest part of the county which furnished more employment for his trade. My father moved over here the Spring Scott's son was killed. Had to send hands down to help guard about Scott's landing while they could plant.

 

My father said when he was first in Kentucky there were but four women in Kentucky and they were at Harrodsburg - Mrs. Denton, Mrs. McGary, Mrs. Ashby (?), and Mrs. Harrod. There were just enough for two four-handed reels and part of the men would guard at one time and part at another time while the rest alternately danced. When Sodowsky went over the river, he found Harrodsburg evacuated; the men had left little notes stuck up on the trees stating that the indians had become so troublesome they couldn't remain here longer. They hadn't ammunition, (enough for provisions, but not enough for attack) was the reason they didn't go through by land. ((Shane notes - I suppose they might not have known the way through the wilderness and have been afraid to try to go.))

 

When out in 1774 my father was down in Jefferson and wanted to write or send some word back to Virginia and for that purpose started for Harrodsburg. The first night he was taken with a severe rheumatic pain from a fall of rain, so that he was detained eight or nine days in the woods. He had to lift his leg over every log and had not game been very plenty he must have suffered.

 

((Shane notes - Sandusky's return by water evidences his knowledge of the geography of the country and is a striking illustration of the isolated distance and the hazard of the attempted settlement.))

 

A little Scotchman down on Salt River, below Shelbyville about twenty miles from Louisville between Bullit's Lick and Shelbyville, had been out and killed a bear. It was near a sink and he drew his prey into it to skin and put up. There was a big indian at that time in hearing, whose large track had been seen for four or five years in every depredation committed in that neighborhood. The little Scotchman had drawn his prey into a little cluster of bushes so thick as not readily to be seen, although distinctly heard doing his work of carving. The big indian with a broad grin looking down upon his exposure. He reached down and took up his gun and killed the indian with a fire so effectual into the pit of the stomach that his contenance retained its grin after his body had fallen lifeless to the ground.

 

(Shane has written beside the following incident - Harrodsburg 1777)

 

Father said he could see an indian most any day at all during the sixty days of the siege at Harrodsburg by watching two or three hours. They would go out after night, go way off from the fort and hunt and come in the night again. He had to go out one night with a white horse. When he came in, he led his horse by the length of a long buffalo tug, so that if the indians should run up to attack it he would be a little distance and could run. He got in safely.

 

A man during the siege was wounded seventy or eighty yards from the fort. A guard went out to bring him in; we knew that as soon as the man was gotten the indians would fire and the guard agreed to break and run. My father had to cross a high horsed log which happened to be in his way. He said he cleared it and afterwards went out and the fairest run he could take, he could only reach the top of it.

 

My father, at night, even when there was no danger, as night came on would glare his eyes around and keep glancing and watchful. There was a turnip patch in a clearing near Harrodsburg. When the cows went up to a field of weeds on one side of the place and began to swell and appear affrighted, they discovered to the people of the fort, that there were indians there. This was in the morning. A man went out by calling, to keep up a coy to let it be seen that they were not known of. Companies went out in the meantime to the other sides of the field. One company came up, fired and killed one and wounded others. This seen by the company on the opposite side. And again in the field by this first party a second time.

 

The Indians from Chillicothe attacked Voss's station on the fork of Roanoke. Took my mother, when a child, with her mother and her mother's sister (afterwards Mrs. Abraham Inskip). Her father, Colonel Voss, was not at home then. She didn't get back (my mother) till she was fourteen or fifteen. She had been way up on Goose Creek at the Salt works with the indians making salt. She told my father of the works and urged him, telling him in the woods. He had to lift his leg over every log and had not game been very plenty he must have suffered.

 

My great-grandfather was from Poland. He was no hand to labor but was a great scholar. He was said to be able to speak seven different languages and to have given the name to the Sandusky Bay and Town from being the first trader that ever went there to trade with those indians. I never got any writing from my grandfather and don't know how he spelled his name. But my father retained the polish form Sodowsky. My two uncles, James and Anthony, made use of the Anglicized form Sandusky. The hay party was cut off by the indians who killed one of the finest warriors in all the white settlements of that party.

 

At a time previous to this, they were all out gathering seng (probably ginseng, an aromatic root). It was a time of peace with the indians and a party of indians had been around about the encampment for some time. The guards were all standing out, as if they were in perfect security, till suspicion of the indians began to rise in their minds. It was immediately discovered by the indians and before my Uncle Sam could finish whispering his suspicions both parties rushed simultaneously for the guard. One indian got in pursuit of my Uncle Sam and ran until he had passed through a glade and came and jumped down the steep bank of a creek.

 

Comments by Mrs. Van Patten --

 

The 1850 Kentucky census shows a George L. Shanklin, an attorney, age 39, living in Nicholasville. Tax records of Jessamine County Kentucky show a Robert Shanklin and wife, Magdalin, were early settlers there. Bullitt County Kentucky records show an estate settlement dated 19 October 1815 for a Richard Shanklin with Robert Shanklin administrator.

 

I would like to express gratitude to Dr. George Sandusky, Jr. of RR #1, Box SW 206, New Palestine, IN 46163 for sending me a copy of the original interview and for reviewing this interpretation and helping with some of the wording. END

 

Ref: From the book “Wayne County of KY Pioneers, Vol. 4, Civil Court Records -- I, Jacob Ephriam Sandusky, thinking it would be of interest to my children to write a history of my family so far as I know from my Grandfather and others, I now proceed to do so.

 

My great-grandfather, Jacob Sandusky, emigrated from Poland in the early part of the eighteenth century and settled in Virginia and married there and raised seven children, six boys and one daughter.  Five of the boys moved to Kentucky and their sister.

 

Anthony, the oldest, settled in Mercer County.

John, the next oldest, settled in Washington County.

Samuel, the next, also settled in Washington County.

James, the next, settled in Bourbon County.

Jacob, my Grandfather, the youngest settled in Jessamine County.

Hannah, their sister, married Josiah Wilson and settled in Mercer Co.

I do not know what became of the one left in Virginia.

(Note: The brother left in Virginia was Emanuel 1, and moved to Tennessee and settled there in what is now the City of Newport, TN.  Jacob married Hannah Inskeep, daughter of a wealthy Virginia Tobacco Planter.)

 

My Grandfather, Jacob was the first one of the name (Sandusky) that came to Kentucky.  He was born in 1750 -- he went through all the hardships of the first settlers of the country.  He was twenty-two years old at the time.  His home was in the woods, game was very abundant, consisting of Buffalo, Deer, Elk, and Turkey.

 

My Grandfathers clothing became worn out and he clothed himself in tanned buckskin, with doe skin for shirts.  He concluded to go home to Virginia, due to Indian uprisings, he decided to go by water.  He and another man whose name I have forgotten, started from the Falls of the Ohio in a Canoe with their rifles and ammunition, and floated down the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers to New Orleans.  When they needed provisions, they would stop and kill what game they needed.  At New Orleans, they took passage on a ship and sailed around to Norfolk and thence home.

 

He was dressed as a true Backwoodsman and caused a lot of merriment among his kinfolks.  My Grandfather soon became restless and returned to Kentucky.

 

The emigration to Kentucky was rapidly increasing.  There were several Surveyors at work.  He was a chain carrier and corner maker for several parties.  He was frequently called on to prove lines and corners.  One time it was 39 years after a corner was marked that Grandfather located the old corner for proof in a lawsuit of a tract of land lying in Garret County.

 

The attachment and friendship for each other of the first Pioneers was as strong as a mothers for her children.  The friendship was formed at a time that tried men’s souls.

 

James, the one next oldest to Grandfather Jacob, settled in Washington County and built a Fort and called it Fort Sandusky.  The name at that time was spelled Sodowsky.  They all spelled their name that way and their children.  The first deed for land that I bought in Shelby Co. my name is spelled that way.  Soon by common consent, all the family spelled the name Sandusky.

 

Grandfather, about 1777 or 1778, went back to Virginia and was married to Jemina Voss.  He was in the Continental Army and was at the Surrender of Cornwallis at Little York, Virginia, 1781.  Afterwards returned to Kentucky with his family and settled at Bigbone Lick in Boone County and superintended the making of Salt for a Mr. Darnell for several years.

 

He had two children by his first wife, Jacob and Emphriam, my father.  He had five children by his second wife, Elizabeth Evans.  Grandfather died in 1832.

 

I was born 16 June 1808, married first Hannah Middleton and second Nancy Blades.  To this first union were born two sons and one daughter.  The second were five sons and one daughter.  I have lived in the period of greatest advancement in the invention of arts and sciences that has happened since the Christian Era commenced.

 

Invention in Agricultural implements has been great.  The first plow I used was the old Hareshere about 8 feet long, with a wood mold board.  Next came the Cory Plow -- then the cast mold board and ow -- the Oliver chilled plow, the perfection plow.  We used the sickle and cradle in saving our grain -- threshed it out with the flail and horses.  Mowed grass with a Scythe -- now with improved machinery, one hand can produce as much as two could, when I commenced farming.

 

The Steamboat, Railroad, Telegraph, Telephones, Sewing Machines, Mitten Machines and Coal Oil have all been invented since my recollections.  If the inventive genius of Man keeps pace with the last fifty years, there is no telling what will be accomplished in the next fifty years.  What advice  -- Live in peace with neighbors ... let honesty be actions with your fellowman that you will be ashamed of afterwards and may your last days be as happy as any period of your lives.

 

May Our Heavenly Father bless you all.  If I live until the 16th of June next, I will be 80 years old.

 

J. E. Sandusky, Jacob Ephriam Sandusky, April 8, 1888, Bagdad, Kentucky

 

Ref: Jacob Ephriam Sandusky was killed by a train in Lexington, Kentucky on 31 January 1898, in his 90th year.  (Note: the DAR Patriot Index, pg. 632 lists: Jacob Sodowsky, 1750-1822; married 1st to Jemima Voss; 2nd to Elizabeth Evans; Pvt. KY; James Sodowsky, 1748- died 18 Jan. 1819; married Mary Ball Brown; Pvt. VA.

 

Ref: Emanuel Sandusky -- The Sandusky ancestry traces back to Posen, Poland, from which Emanuel Sandusky’s grandfather, Jan Antoni Sadowski emigrated in 1730 to Pennsylvania.  A son, Emanuel Senior, received a land grant in Cocke County, Tennessee for being a Revolutionary War Soldier.  Emanuel Sr. once owned all the land where Newport, TN, now stands.

 

Emanuel Sandusky was born 16 Jan. 1784 in Cocke Co., East TN; died in 1864 at Parmleysville, Wayne Co., KY; married first about 1807 to Mary Polly Littrell, born 9 June 1790; died about 1835.  They were the parents of 13 children:

 

1. Daniel Sandusky was born in 1808 in Cumberland Co., KY; died 1867 in Wayne Co., with a sunstroke; married 23 July 1828 in Wayne County to Eliza Bruton.  Eliza was born about 1813 in Wayne; died 6 Jan. 1887 in Rio Vista, Texas; buried Old Grange Hall Cemetery, near Rio Vista, Johnson Co., TX; d/o of George Bruton Jr., who was born in Spartanburg, South Carolina and his wife, Susan Sallee.  Daniel and Eliza were the parents of 4 children.

 

2. Jacob Sandusky was born 1810; married 24 Feb. 1834, Wayne Co. to Elizabeth Burnett.  Elizabeth was born 11 Oct. 1812, daughter of Isaac Burnett and Nancy Hurt.

 

3. Rosannah Sandusky was born 1 Nov. 1812; died 14 May 1863; married 9 Sep. 1830, Wayne Co. to James Bruton.  (Rosannah was born and died in Cumberland Co., KY of diphtheria.)  They were the parents of at least 10 children.

 

4. James Sandusky was born 27 May 1814 in Cumberland Co., KY; died 12 Sep. 1874 (18 Jan. 1875?) in Wayne Co.; married in Wayne, 21 July 1838 to Anna Hurt.  Anna was born 11 Mar. 1823, Wayne; died 29 July 1900 in Hunt Co., TX; d/o Joseph & Millie Hurt.  James and Anna were the parents of 10 children.

 

5. John B. Sandusky was born 8 July 1816; died 11 Sep. 1899; married 1st Wayne Co., 11 Aug. 1833 to Asenith Wynn; married 2nd in Wayne, 1 Feb. 1838 to Elizabeth Parker.

 

6. Minerva Sandusky was born in Wayne Co., 1848; died in Wayne, 7 May 1859; married in Wayne, 3 Mar. 1844 to Joseph Burnett.

 

7. Mary Anne Sandusky was born in Wayne in 1820; married 9 July 1835 in Wayne to Jeremiah Burnett. Jeremiah born 24 Sep. 1814; s/o Isaac Burnett and Nancy Hurt.

 

8. Elizabeth Sandusky was born in Wayne in 1822; married 31 Oct. 1844 in Wayne to Harrison Williams.  They were the Grandparents of Gracie Williams, wife of Sgt. Alvin York, World War 1 hero.

 

9. Emanuel Sandusky 111 was born 1824 in Wayne; married 17 Feb. 1854 in Wayne, to Martha Ann Dolan.

 

10. Mahala Sandusky was born 1828 in Wayne; married 3 Jan. 1854 in Wayne to Alan Dolan.

 

11. Abigail Sandusky was born 1831; married in Wayne, 4 Jan. 1844 to Joseph Henry Hurt.

 

12. George Washington Sandusky was born 9 Oct. 1833 on the South Fork in Wayne; married 1st, 28 Dec. 1856 in Wayne to Martha Washington Butler.  Martha born 1832 in Boyle Co., KY; died in Wayne on Little South Fork, 12 Nov. 1858, d/o Allen M. & Sarah Butler; George married 2nd, 23 Oct. 1859 to Jane Hurt.

 

13. Isaac B. Sandusky was born in 1835; married Dosia Louise Koger.

 

Emanuel Sandusky 11 married 2nd to Mary Funderburk about 1839.  she was born 1811, probably Davidson Co., TN; died 22 Apr. 1877 in Parmleyville, Wayne Co.; was part Cherokee Indian; d/o John Funderburk, second son of Jacob, and his Indian wife who was a Cherokee.  Emanuel was 27 years older than she was.  They were the parents of 7 children.

 

14. David L. B. Sandusky born 1841, Parmleysville; died in Civil War at Lexington, KY.

 

15. William Polk Sandusky was born in Parmleysville in 1842; died in Civil War at Lexington, KY.

 

16. Emily Jane Sandusky was born 22 Oct. 1843; died in Wayne, 1 Mar. 1887; married 1st to Joel Scott and had children, Thomas and William who married Lydia Morrow; Emily married 2nd to James Phipps and had children, Mary Phipps married Berryman Hunt; John Phipps married Fannie Smith; Oscar Phipps married Vernie Blevins; and Alice Phipps married a Mr. Erwin.

 

17. Harvey Harrison Sandusky was born in 1846; married Rebecca Keeton and had children, Mary and Mark.

 

18. Mary Evelyn Sandusky was born in 1847; married Henry Hurt and had children: William Harrison Hurt who married 1st Martha Walters, married 2nd Alice Phillips; Emirea Hurt married L. Albert Bell; Isaac Newton Hurt married Florence Koger; Sarah Elizabeth Hurt married Perk Elam and Matthew F. Hurt married Lola Dobbs.

 

19. Matilda Vianna Sandusky was born in 1849; married 1st Francis Burnett.  They had Mary Burnett who married John Davis;  Matilda married 2nd John L. Smith and had 14 children: Leroy Hyston Smith married Victoria Cooper; Minnie Catron Smith; Loura Hyston Smith married Bill Koger; Maynard Anderson Smith; Martha A. Cook Smith married George Crabtree; Henry Clay Smith married Mary Dobbs; Kezziah Smith married John Blevins; Ellen Smith married Bolin Piercy (?); John Cal Smith married Leth Blevins; Maude Humble Smith; Millard Filmore Smith married Nellie Blevins; Pearl Wright Smith; Elmira Smith; and Austin Brown Smith.

 

20. Millard Filmore Sandusky was born in Feb. 1850; married Lou Morgan and had children: Milton Sandusky and 2 daughters.

 

(1) Daniel Sandusky, s/o Emanuel and Mary (Littrell) Sandusky, married Eliza Bruton and had children:

 

Emanuel Sandusky was born in Parmleysville, Wayne Co., and married Martha Denton (?).

 

Mary Sandusky was born in Wayne Co., KY.

 

Susan Sandusky was born in Parmleysville; married 20 Sep. 1865 to Joseph Minge Cecil, in Scott Co., TN by Rev. William Cecil, J.P.

 

Isaac Newton Sandusky was born 1 Oct. 1840 in Parmleyville; died 3 June 1888 near Rio Vista, Johnson Co., TX; married Grange Hall in Johnson Co., 31 Aug. 1873 to Mary Lucy Menefee.  Mary was born 10 Aug. 1856 in Leon Co., TX; died 30 Apr. 1939 in her son, Lon’s home at Palacios, TX; Isaac and Mary are both buried at Grange Hall Cem., in Johnson Co.  They were the parents of the following 7 children: Rupert Austin Sandusky (1874-1910) married Dimmie Horry; Rosa Ella Sandusky (1876-1943) married George Washington Smith; Alonzo Newton Sandusky (1877-1948) married Susan Doty; Benjamin Franklin Sandusky (1879-1963) married Lillie Emily Goen (Going), parents of LaRue Sandusky Tyler of San Angelo, TX; Alta May Sandusky (1882-1925) married Bryce Gibson; Leila Mary Sandusky (1884-????) married James Chitwood Hart; Amy Lorena Sandusky (1887-1969) married Edgar Yeager King.

 

(4) James Sandusky, s/o Emanuel and Mary (Littrell) Sandusky, married Anna Hurt.  They were the parents of 10 children:

 

Gabriel Sandusky was born 2 Dec. 1839 in Wayne; died 1864.  Gabriel was a Private in 2nd Vol. Cav., Co. B, Union Army.  The Army records list Pvt. Gabriel as the victim of smallpox.  However, the family of Emanuel and Nellie (Koger) Sandusky remember what they have been told by their Grandmother and parents: “His family never heard a word about what happened to Gabriel for about 2 years after the Civil War.  Then a fellow prisoner made his way home and told the family that Gabriel and four others had starved to death.  The two that survived, gave them as good a burial as possible.

 

Milly Sandusky was born 5 Dec. 1842 in Wayne; married Mr. Bell.

 

Joseph H. Sandusky was born 8 June 1845 in Wayne; married Linda Bell.

 

Elizabeth Sandusky was born 9 Dec. 1847 in Wayne; married Betts Burk.

 

Nancy T. Sandusky was born 5 Mar. 1849 in Wayne; married Mr. Bell.

 

Mary “Polly” Sandusky was born 19 Apr. 1851 in Wayne; married Nimrod Isham Dolen.

 

Emilea Sandusky was born 21 Dec. 1853 in Wayne; married 1st to Mr. Bell; married 2nd to Linsey Laxton.  William Lindsey Laxton was born about 1848 in Scott Co., TN (?); died 23 Nov. 1938 in Greenville, TX, he was a teacher and wrote poetry, also a Sheriff.  They went to Texas in 1890.

 

Tennessee Sandusky was born 10 July 1857 in Scott Co., TN; married George Bell.

 

Emanuel “Judge” Sandusky was born 8 June 1859 in Monticello; died 19 Sep. 1943; married 30 Aug. 1888 to Nellie Koger.  Emanuel served in the Union Army and settled near Horse Cave after the War.

 

Cynthia Sandusky was born 6 Mar. 1862 in Monticello; died 25 Jul. 1950; married William Elam.

 

Ref: J. D. Sodowsky b. 30 Sep. 1815, d. 8 Aug. 1893, bur. Frazee Cem., Clay Twp., Clark Co., MO. Where does he fit?

 

 

Ref: Edward Pinkowski, EdPink@aol.com dtd. 8 Aug. 1999 – Where did you get the information that Catherine Sadowski’s maiden name was Inskip and that she died ca 1810 in Washington Co., KY? I have found no confirmation of this.  Catherine Sadowski appeared in a number of legal documents, never Inskip and Hannah.  Her daughter, who was married to Josiah Wilson, was called Hannah.

 

I have found a single woman by the name of Catherine Inskip in NJ about the same time.  She was never married but had a child born in the 1720s. The bastard child inherited the Mother’s estate, which was quite large.  The Mother died in the 1730s. The records are in NJ. 

 

One of the Inskips bought a farm on the South Branch of the Potomac River from Anthony Sadowski’s daughter, Sophia, who was then the widow of William Darling, or their eldest son. The Inskip family buried their dead on the hill overlooking the farm that the Darlings owned.  I have visited the private cemetery with one of the survivors of the Inskip family and saw marked and unmarked graves.  It could be that Sophia Darling, as Anthony Sadowski’s daughter was known after the death of her first husband, was also buried among the Inskips in that cemetery.  No way to tell.  Eventually, something might turn up.  I was surprised when someone found in the records of the Union Church in Moorefield, WV, that Sophia Darling donated three dollars to the church in 1803.  Most likely she was in her 80s then and lived on her dowry, one-third the size of the farm that Inskip bought, until her death.

 

 

 

 

 

 

The above data is on a floppy disk and its contents can be corrected, rearranged or changed with ease. When you send changes, additions, corrections or deletions, I will return a new copy to you.

 

Ms. Marilyn Coalla                                Mr. Hermon B. Fagley

1508 Gettysburg Place                          2679 State Road #125

Dunwoody, GA 30350                            Bethel, OH 45106

404-992-3038                              513-734-4228

7 Jan. 1995 Disk                         7 Jan. 1995 Disk

 

Mr. James R. Brown                    Ms. McClellan Arthur Cole

2805 30th Ave. NE                      444 Bluebird Canyon Drive

Minneapolis, MN 55418                Laguna Beach, CA 92651

612-781-4074                                            

25 Jul. 1992                               12 May 1990

                        

Ms. Dorothy Legg                       Dr. George Sandusky

16 Madrid Plaza                          RR #1 Box SW 206

Mesa, AZ                                   New Palestine, IN 46163

                                                        

12 May 1990                               12 May 1990

 

Ms. Marilyn Carol Keairns             Mr. Earl K. Ray

                                      1129 North Elm

Des Moines, IA                            McPherson, KS 67460

                                      316-241-0280

                                      12 May 1990           

                                    

Ms. Patricia Van Patten               Ms. Marie Evans Davis

13901 East Marina Dr. #108         113 Glendale Avenue

Aurora, CO 80014                       Greenville, AL 36037

303-751-5268                              334-382-5991                   

12 May 1990                               12 May 1990

 

Mr. Walter Charles Barnard                   Ms. June Gooch

179 Olympus Circle                               109 East Briggs St.

Littleton, CO 80124-2817                      Roodhouse, IL 62082                  

 

12 May 1990                                         12 May 1990

 

Mr. Ned Brenner                                  Ms. Elizabeth Peters

RR #1                                        708 North Independence

LaClede, MO 64651                               Tipton, IN 46072

                                                  

3 July 1990                                17 November 1990

 

John Fox Memorial Library                    Kentucky Genealogical Society

Duncan Taveran Street                         P. O. Box 153

Paris, KY 40361                                    Frankfort, KY 40602

1 July 1991                                1 July 1991

   

                                                Ms. Ula Myers Moser

                                                1220 9th Street

                                                Lewistown, ID 83501

                                                208-746-7038

                                                                             Urmoser@aol.com  1998

                                                19 Dec. 1994

                              

Ms. Wilfred L. Bowles                          Woodbury Co. Genealogical Soc.

RR #1                                        P. O. Box 624

Bowen, IL 62316                                  Sioux City, IA 51102

                                                      

20 Aug. 1991                              20 July 1992         

 

Mr. Bob E. Coney                                 Mr. James W. Baker

2627 Myrtle Street                                5225 Cheviot Place

Sioux City, IA 51103                             Indianapolis, IN 46226

712-258-4488                                       317-547-1892

20 July 1992                               1 Nov. 1992           

           

Ms. Betsy Conerly                 Ms. Patricia K. Miller

4220 Courageous Wake                         1237 Steffanich Drive

Alpharetta, GA 30005                            Billings, MT 59105-2650

                                                          Darling Researcher

Bconerly@bellsouth.net

20 Feb. 2000                              18 Mar. 1993

 

Ms. Patricia Bennett                   Ms. Lois Robinson

4953 Kilkenney Way                    1596 Longford Drive

Oldsmar, FL 34677                      Palm Harbor, FL 34684

P*RSNG36B                                Sophia Sandusky Desc.

Sandusky Researcher                                    

27 Mar. 1993                              27 Mar. 1993

 

Ms. Patricia Cox                         Ms. Glenys Rasmussen

310 Urban Street                        2300 Sundance Street

Danville, IN 46122                       Santa Rosa, CA 95403

Area Researcher                         707-525-9118

4 Apr. 1993                                4 Apr. 1993

 

Ms. Marcia Buxton                       Ms. Pat Goodwin

928 18th Avenue West               2601 Golden Rain Road #5

Kirkland, WA 98033                     Walnut Creek, CA 94595-1941

Curl descendant                         Parker Researcher

26 Jun. 1993                              7 Jul. 1993

 

Ohio Genealogical Society         Ms. Jeannette Lenhart

Library & Headquarters               16115 TR 208

34 Sturges Avenue                      Findlay, OH 45840

Mansfield, OH 44906-0625           419-422-6961

                                      Jamison Relative

25 Jul. 1993                               21 Dec. 1993

 

Mr. Ray E. Blevins                      Ms. Irene M. Jameson

3901 Carmel Drive                      1314 Kingwood

Round Rock, TX 78681                 Ypsilanti, MI 48197

                                  

Sandusky Researcher                   Relative

22 Dec. 1993                              16 Apr. 1994

 

Ms. Johnny & Tootie Dennis                  Mr. David C. Greene

1015 South Fannin                       3524 Stratford Drive

Amarillo, TX 79102                      Vestal, NY 13850

                                                 

Sandusky Researcher                   Jameson Relative

may not have sent                      20 Jan. 1995 Disk

 

Mr. David Gregg                         Mr. Dean Davisson

RR #8 Box 279                            4368 Ridgepath Drive

Florence, AL 35630                     Dayton, OH 45424-4746

                                                       

Relative                                    Curl Relative

18 Feb. 1995 Disk                       22 Mar. 1995 Disk

 

Ms. Anita Fiedler                                           Ms. Grace Boizan

9667 North Highgate Circle                             1245 Fountain Way

Indianapolis, IN 46350                                     Vancouver, B.C.

Curl Researcher (Quaker)                      Canada, V6H 3T1

15 May 1995 disk                                            16 May 1996

 

Mr. Patrick J. Anderson                                  Hardy Co. Geneal. Soc.

9654 Baltimore Avenue                                   %Ms. Marjorie Zirk

Laurel, MD 20723-1818                                    Moorefield, WV 26836

 

Sandusky Researcher                                      30 Jun. 1996

 

Mr. Raymond R. Irwin                                     Mr. Wayne Bixler

310 East Park Drive                              1684 West San Marcelo

Belleville, IL 62223-5304                       Brownsville, TX 78521

618-234-3338

 

10 Jul. 1996                                                  21 Dec. 1996 disk

 

Ms. Stella Lane                                              Ms. Valerie Sandusky

612 S. W. 60th Street                                    P.O. Box 5865

Des Moines, IA 50312-1604                     Ketchikan, AK 99901

                                                                   sandusky@ptialaska.net

Sandusky Researcher                                      Sandusky Researcher

12 Mar. 1997                                                 18 Apr. 1997 disk

 

Mr. Barton Lee Swindall

225 Clowney Street

Mineral Point, WI 53565-1238

608-987-2949

Sandusky Descendant

20 Nov. 1997

 

Mr. Warren Lawrence                 Mr. Edward Pinkowski

472 NW 20th Road                       127 North 20th St.

Lamar, MO 64759                       Philadelphia, PA 19103-1416

417-682-2853

Wlawrence@talleytech.com

                                                       

5 May 1998 modem                        5 Jun. 1998              

 

Mr. Donald Showers

610 Highland Dr.

Aurora, MO 65605

Dkshow@hotmail.com

1 Oct. 1999