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301 1848 George Ingram married Maria Mills. Listed as a widower. George's father
listed as Thomas and Maria's as Joseph Mills.

1851 Census
Place: Church Lawford, Warwickshire

Josiah BILLINGHAM Head M 48 M Publican Church Lawford
Mary BILLINGHAM Wife M 41 F Publcns Wife Stratford On Avon
Mary Ann HITCHCOCK Daur - 9 F Scholar Church Lawford
Helen BILLINGHAM Daur - 6 F Scholar Church Lawford
George INGRAM Vist U 44 M Mecanic Church Lawford
Joseph WALLACE Lodg M 51 M Jobber Lillenton

1861 Census
Place: Church Lawford, Warwickshire

Josiah BILLINGHAM Head M 49 M Publican Church Lawford
Mary BILLINGHAM Wife M 53 F Publcns Sussex Lewes
Mary Ann HITCHCOCK Daur - 19 F Church Lawford
Helen BILLINGHAM Daur - 16 F Church Lawford
George INGRAM Vist Widower 53 M Carpenter Church Lawford


Specific Birth/Marraige/Death dates are actually from Churchlawford Baptism/Marragie/Burial parish records. Microfilm 557,261. 
Ingram, George (I103550)
 
302 1850 - Hardin County, Tennessee federal census
1860 - Hardin County, Tennessee federal census
1870 - Have not located yet
1880 - Listed in Hill County, Texas federal cenus with wife Nancy and children 
Brown, Francis "Frank" Marion (I126537)
 
303 1850 - Listed in Deerfield, Oneida County, New York Federal Census

1870 - Listed as postmaster of Deerfield, Oneida County, New York 
Kasson, Henry William (I90087)
 
304 1850 - Living Loudoun County, Virginia (Wife Betsey, Children Frances and Thomas)
1860 - Living Montgomery County, Maryland (Wife Mary, Children Gennett, Thomas,
Ela, Alicia, and William)
1870 - Living Loudoun County, Virginia (Wife Mary, Children Jeanette, Thomas, Ella,
Alice, William, Laura, Glydes, and Mary)
1880 - Living Loudoun County, Virginia (wife Mare E., Children Jennett, Thomas H.,
Ella, Alice F., William W., Laura, Glyder, Mary E., and Florence) 
Wiley, Harrison Porter (I62849)
 
305 1850 - Located in township of Porter, Niagra County, New York. Conn, William Symonds (I61409)
 
306 1850 - Name spelled Connelley
1860 - Name spelled as Cowley 
Colony, Chester Willis (I108827)
 
307 1850 - Wayne County, New York Federal Census, Arcadia.

Amasa and Elizabeth may be parents of James.


1865 NY Census, Owego E.D. 04, page 18.

Event: «tab»Census
Event Date: «tab»1875
Event Place: «tab»Berkshire, Tioga, New York, United States
Family Number: «tab»163
Page: «tab»17
Line Number: «tab»28
Film Number: «tab»816367
Digital Folder Number: «tab»004327098
Image Number: «tab»00132
«tab»Household«tab»Gender«tab»Age
«tab»James Baker «tab»M «tab»51
«tab»Susan Baker «tab»F «tab»36
«tab»John Baker «tab»M «tab»15
«tab»Lottie Baker «tab»F «tab»11
«tab»Rebecca Baker «tab»F «tab»9
«tab»Maggie Baker «tab»F «tab»7
«tab»Bertany Baker «tab»M «tab»6
«tab»Carrie Baker «tab»F «tab»1 
Baker, James Chester (I124236)
 
308 1850 A Rebecca Dikeman, age 76 and a Edward Dikeman, age 50 alsolivingin household of James Dikeman in Marcy Township, Oneida County,New YorkFederal Census, page 292, household 262.

1860, E. W. Dikeman, age 59 is in the household, born NY. IntheHousehold of J. A. Dikeman, Marcy Township, Oneida County, New York, page 414. 
Dikeman, James Augustus (I90083)
 
309 1850 Anderson County, Kentucky Federal Census. Warren, Archibald (I53563)
 
310 1850 Barren County, Kentucky Federal Census. ???, Mary (I53634)
 
311 1850 Bath County, Kentucky Federal Census. Warren, John B. (I53590)
 
312 1850 Bath County, Kentucky Federal Census. Warren, Thomas (I53601)
 
313 1850 Breckinridge County, Kentucky Federal Census. ???, Susan (I53637)
 
314 1850 census - Brown County, Ohio
1860 census - Brown County, Ohio
1870 census - Adams County, Ohio
1880 census - Brown County, Ohio 
Hurin, Samuel Francis (I129613)
 
315 1850 census - Lived Jefferson, Owen County, Indiana Roark, Amos (I127277)
 
316 1850 census lived next door to the Holbrooks Pritchard, Lambert (I4919)
 
317 1850 census living with the Reuben and Isabella Bloomfield familywithher twokids Alivra and Charles E. Corbin, Catherine (I4625)
 
318 1850 Census Orange,Noble,Indiana P.C. Barber Fanny Albert W. Napoleon E

1860 Orange,Noble,Indiana Perry Barber 39, Albert 14 IN Eugene 11 IN Henry 7 Mary Lee 56 
Barber, Perry C. (I4423)
 
319 1850 census, Oil Creek Township, Crawford Co., Pa. #184/184 John Griffin, age 43, farmer, born Ireland Rose, age 28, born Ireland Thomas,age 12, born Canada Robert, age 10, born Canada Catharine,age 5, born Canada Patrick, age 4, born Canada John, age 2, born Pennsylvania 1860 Oil Creek, Crawford, Pensylvania John Griffin,age51,farmer,Ireland,illiterate Rose age 35 Ireland, Illiterate Thomas, age 22 Massachusettes,farmer Robert, age 20 Canada Blacksmith Catherine, age 16 Canada Patrick, age 14 Canada John, age 12 Pennsylvania William, age 10 Pennsylvania Owen or OM, age 6 Pennsylvania Mary E., age 3 Pennsylvania 1870 Oil Creek, Crawford, Pennsylvania John, age 65 farmer Ireland Illiterate Ann, age 45 Keeping House Ireland Illiterate Patrick, age 23 farmer Canada Miles, age 16 At Home Pennsylvania William, age 14 At School Pennsylvania Robert, age 4 Pennsylvania

1860census, Oil Creek Township #20/19 John Griffin, age 51, farmer, born Ireland, cannot read orwrite Rose, age 35, born Ireland, cannot read or write Thomas, age 22, born Massachusettes, farmer Robert, age 20,born Canada, blacksmith Cathrine, age 16, born Canada Patric, age 14, born Canada John, age 12, born Pennsylvania Wm., age 10, born Pennsylvania O.M., age 6, born Pennsylvania (male) Mary E., age 3, born Pennsylvania

1860 mortality schedule, Oil Creek Township death of Rose Griffen, age 35, married, born Ireland, died August(1860),cause-flux, duration of 9 days.

1870 census, Oil Creek Township #51/51 John Griffen, age 65, farmer, born Ireland, cannot re write, married December 1869 Ann, age 45, keeping house, born Ireland, cannot write Patrick, age 23, farmer, born Canada Miles, age 16, at home, bornPennsylvania William, age 14, at school, born Pennsylvania Robert, age 4, born Pennsylvania It seems that the Griffins first came to Massachusettes, about 1838orso,then moved to Canada where they stayed until about 1848. At thattime,they moved to Pennsylvania. From 1850 to 1870 they were ratherfirmlyplanted in Oil Creek Township, Crawford, Pennsylvania. 
Griffin, John (I4805)
 
320 1850 Claiborne Parish census shows on page 149, 7th Ward Twp 22, 16 Oct 1850, household 806

Richard Merchant, 43 m, Tanner, b. Tenn Prudence, 42 f, b. SC Catharine, 16 f, b. AL Mary, 15 f, b. AL Nancy, 12 f, b. Tenn Telitha, 10 f, b. Miss Jemima, 8 f, b. Miss Wm, 7 m, b. AL Wesley, 3 m, b. AL James, 5 m, b. M 
Merchant, Richard Y. (I40044)
 
321 1850 ELIJAH SHERMAN Auglaize County OHIO Page 279 Noble Township Federal Population Schedule OH 1850

1860 ELIJAH SHERMAN Auglaize County OHIO Page 711 Noble Township Federal Population Schedule OH 1860 
Sherman, Elijah (I42556)
 
322 1850 Fed. Census, Effingham Co., IL, p. 316, dated 26 Sep 1850: (442-442) Nicholas Radley, age 40, farmer, R.E.Val. $1,000, b. KY Nancy Radley, age 27, b. KY [i.e. Nancy Jane Barker] Hannah Radley, age 10, b. IL William Radley, age 8, b. IL Mahaly Radley, age 6, b. IL Catharine Radley, age 4, b. IL John C. Radley, age 1/12, b. IL Radley, Nicholas (I59339)
 
323 1850 Green county census lists a William age 30, Lydia age 24, Mahalaage4, and Vanburen age 1. This most likely is our William. Salsman, William T. (I36589)
 
324 1850 Green County, Kentucky census indicates she was born in Kentucky. Johnson, Mylia 'Milly' (I37044)
 
325 1850 Hart County, Kentucky census Skaggs, James (I55762)
 
326 1850 Northampton, Fulton, New York Ingram, Alonzo (I127244)
 
327 1850 Taylor County Tax List
Preston Linville, 185 acres - Big Brush Creek - $250, 1 white male over 21, 1 horse - $40, 3 cattle, 4 children between 5 and 16, total value - $279. 
Linville, Preston (I44279)
 
328 1850 United States Federal Census Joseph Seeley Rome Township, Bradford County, Pennsylvania. Bornabout1804 in New York. Seely, Joseph (I29148)
 
329 1851 Bilston, England census lists his birthplace as Wellington,Salop,England.

Occupation was that of a Iron Moulder. 
Hammond, Thomas (I28540)
 
330 1851England Census Info:
John INGRAM Head M 45 M Lodg Hsekpr ChurchLawford-WAR
Ellen INGRAM Wife M 37 F --- StratfordonAvon-WAR
Alfred INGRAM Son U 1 M --- Leamington-WAR
Elizabeth JONES Visitor W 77 F Annuitant Coventry-WAR
Helen TAYLOR Servant U 13 F House Serv Alderminster-WAR
Address:Wellington Street 13, Warwick
Census Place: Leamington Priors Warwick, Warwickshire PRO
FHL Film:0087337
Interesting to note that a Joseph Ingram age 50 was also only 2 addresses away, same
occupation. Unable to find who this Joseph Ingram family he belongs to.


Specific Birth/Marraige/Death dates are actually fromChurchlawfordBaptism/Marragie/Burial parish records. Microfilm557,261. 
Ingram, John (I72680)
 
331 1856 State of Iowa census for Jackson County, Iowa

Name: age: sex: color: M. W. Years in State: born: Ira Edwards 29 m w * 12 Ohio Mary 29 f w * 9 " Mahala 6 f w Iowa Jas 8 m w " Adeline 5 m w " Levi 4 m w " 
Edwards, Ira (I3029)
 
332 1857 - Quote from Vital Statistics, Taylor County, Kentucky: "Pleasant M.DeWitt, born 16 May, Taylor Co., Ky., to John B. DeWitt, Jr. andwife,nee Hedgepeth."

He left his parent's home near Skidmore, Nodaway, Missouri in thesummerof 1882 for "greener pastures" and to find government land tohomestead.He first went to Kentucky, then to Crawford County,Illinois, stopping inVincennes, Indiana to work for John Duncan,cradling wheat for $1.00, andthen to his Uncle James DeWitt's farmnear Palestine, Crawford, Illinoisarriving there on 4 July, 1882. Heworked for $1.00 a day for five weeksbreaking 120 acres of ground forwheat which at that time was selling for$1.00 a bushel.. He remainedthere and worked for $16.00 per month untilthe middle of Septemberwhen he left to go to Kansas. At that time therailroad stopped atHarper, Kansas 28 miles from his destination ,Sharon, Kansas.

1857 - Quote from Vital Statistics, Taylor County, Kentucky: "PleasantM.DeWitt, born 16 May, Taylor Co., Ky., to John B. DeWitt, Jr. andwife,nee Hedgepeth."

He left his parent's home near Skidmore, Nodaway, Missouri in thesummerof 1882 for "greener pastures" and to find government land tohomestead.He first went to Kentucky, then to Crawford County,Illinois, stopping inVincennes, Indiana to work for John Duncan,cradling wheat for $1.00, andthen to his Uncle James DeWitt's farmnear Palestine, Crawford, Illinoisarriving there on 4 July, 1882. Heworked for $1.00 a day for five weeksbreaking 120 acres of ground forwheat which at that time was selling for$1.00 a bushel.. He remainedthere and worked for $16.00 per month untilthe middle of Septemberwhen he left to go to Kansas. At that time therailroad stopped atHarper, Kansas 28 miles from his destination ,Sharon, Kansas. 
Dewitt, Mathew Pleasant (I39698)
 
333 1860 - Upshur County, Texas census. Terry, Charles Louis (I105878)
 
334 1860 Bath County, Kentucky Federal Census. Warren, James (I53616)
 
335 1860 Bath County, Kentucky Federal Census. Warren, William (I53628)
 
336 1860 Bath County, Kentucky Federal Census. (Without William) Kincaid, Mary (I53591)
 
337 1860 Census of Taylor County, Kentucky, District 1, Family #100 Mike Scott, 37, M, Farmer, personal estate - $300, KY Malissa Scott, 38, F, KY Margaret E. Scott, 14, F, KY Arrena Scott, 12, F, KY Elizabeth J. Scott, 9, F, KY Powell Scott, 6, M, KY John F. Scott, 4, M, KY Mary J. Scott, 2, F, KY


Mike Scott is also listed on Mary Dearen's widows pension request as age 57
in July of 1881 and residing in Pitman, Kentucky. This places Mike Scott
as being born about 1824. 
Scott, Michael C. (I67913)
 
338 1860 Green Co, Ky census #163 Lewis Ellmore 33, farmer, 900, 500, Ky Martha Ellmore 23, Ky Mary 9, Ky Frank 7, Ky Emily C 2, Ky Wm E. 1 Ky Graham, Martha E. (I44446)
 
339 1860 Green Co, Ky census #391 Jonathan Lee 55 farmer $200 #100 Ky Sarah Lee 53 Tenn Margaret Lee 16 Ky

1870 Green Co, Ky census #73/69 Jonathan Lee 65 farmer $150 $203 Ky Sarah 62 keeps house TN Emily A. Ward 7 Ky 
Lee, Jonathan "John" (I43165)
 
340 1860 YEAMANS EDWIN Sheboygan County WI 321 Scott Federal Population Schedule WI 1860 Federal Census

YEAMANS, EDWIN Land Office: MILWAUKEE Sequence #: 1 Document Number: 2532 Total Acres: 80 Misc. Doc. Nr.: Signature: Yes Canceled Document: No Issue Date: July 01, 1848 Mineral Rights Reserved: No Metes and Bounds: No Survey Date: Statutory Reference: 3 Stat. 566 Multiple Warantee Names: No Act or Treaty: April 24, 1820 Multiple Patentee Names: No Entry Classification: Sale-Cash Entries

Legal Land Description: # Aliquot Parts Block # Base Line Fractional Section TownshipRangeSection # 1 W½NE 4TH PM - 1831 MINNESOTA/WISCONSIN No 11 N 18 E 11

YEAMANS, EDWIN Land Office: MILWAUKEE Sequence #: 1 Document Number: 21579 Total Acres: 40 Misc. Doc. Nr.: Signature: Yes Canceled Document: No Issue Date: March 01, 1848 Mineral Rights Reserved: No Metes and Bounds: No Survey Date: Statutory Reference: 3 Stat. 566 Multiple Warantee Names: No Act or Treaty: April 24, 1820 Multiple Patentee Names: No Entry Classification: Sale-Cash Entries

Legal Land Description: # Aliquot Parts Block # Base Line Fractional Section TownshipRangeSection # 1 SENW 4TH PM - 1831 MINNESOTA/WISCONSIN No 11 N 20 E 7 
Yeamans, Edwin (I26910)
 
341 1860- Warren and Theresa listed in the household of Gabriel Warren on 1860 Federal Census. Gabriel Warren was Theresa Warrens Father.

Laura Carnel Elmore B-3/30/1872 Married Elijah Green WalkerB-11/20/1869. Married 2/7/1888. Laura died D-2/16/1962. Elijah died D-10/8/1940 Both are buried in Walker Cemetery at Allendale, Kentucky

Laura's Father and Mother Warren Elmore mar. Theressa Warren b-3/14/1840 5/30/1865 b-1848 d-1/24/1885 d-10/9/1872 They had only the one daughter which was my grandmother Laura.

After Theressa died Warren married Mary Skaggs (Maiden name was Ford). They had daughter Flora B. Elmore B-1/7/1874 D-9/16/1957 married toJohnSKAGGS. They had one son Charlie SKAGGS B-9/12/1899 D-11/28/1971. He was married to Hannie Despain.

Warren Elmore's other daughter was Emma Alice Elmore B-1881D-1943married to Joe Warren. They had one daughter Lillie Warren who married Ollie Gibson.

Warren Elmore Jr. Father Warren Elmore Sr. b-1810 d- 1843 married toaSarah "Sally" Etherton B-1817 D-1848. They only had one son that I have found. Sarah was daughter ofMosesEtherton and Rachel Skaggs. Warren Elmore Sr. second son Pinckey married Nancy Eherton a sisterofSarah. Travis Elmore son Peter Elmore mar. Frances Close on 1/28/1833. I don't have any other dates on him. I'll have to send you more later.

Ardith 
Elmore, Warren (I42913)
 
342 1861 - Aston, Warwick England Census - wife Betsy and children Maria, Mary A, Joseph,
and Esther living in household.

1871 - Aston, Warwick England Census - wife Betsy and children, Maria, Mary A, Joseph,
Esther, Thomas, Anie, and Jane living in household.

1881 - Aston, Warwick England Census - wife Elizabeth and children Thomas, Annie, and
Jane living in household. 
Ingram, Thomas (I105460)
 
343 1864 living in Cass County, Illinois
1866 living in Illinois
1869 living in Grand River, Cass County, Missouri
1878 lived in Missouri
1900 living in Hiawatha, Brown County, Kansas
1905 living in Hiawatha, Brown County, Kansas 
Ferguson, William P. (I124053)
 
344 1865 Kansas State Census: VICTOR, RUFUS .A.AGE 29 BORN KY Union Civil War -12thKansasInfantryHead of Household - Clara VICTOR Victor, Rufus A. (I44328)
 
345 1868 marriage records stated Maria Clara Trevino was adopted, and parents were Zeferino Martinez and Ysavel Trevino. Martinez, Maria Clara (I131656)
 
346 1870 Census District 1,Haywood,Tennessee Douglas Farmer Josephine 26 Mollie 8 Margaret 6 Fredrick 7 Josephine 1 Griffin, Douglas G. (I4079)
 
347 1870 Census District 1,Haywood,Tennessee John M 50(wrong) Well Digger Eliza F42 Home Margaret 13 School Cassa 10 School James 8 Griffin, John Walter (I4072)
 
348 1870 Census District 1,Haywood,Tennessee Jonathan Farmer Virginia 32 Martha John Nancy James Virginie 1 Griffin, Jonathan B. (I4074)
 
349 1870 Census in Berlin,Clinton,Iowa 1880 Census in Beaver,Smith,Kansas Davis, Nancy Jane (I4433)
 
350 1870 census she is still living at home with both her parents. 1880 census sheis still living at home with her mother. Pritchard, Edna (I4278)
 
351 1870 census still living with his parents at home. 1880 census still living athome with his mother. Pritchard, Frank (I4279)
 
352 1870 Larue County Census states his age as 24 (born 1846) in Kentucky Skaggs, William H. (I43150)
 
353 1870 Taney Co.,MO census living with James M. and mother, Nancy. Everett, Barton Yell (I15790)
 
354 1870 Texas Census Henderson County Athens Precinct Page 8A #51 Martin, George T., 23, male, white, farmer, b Tenn. Mary, 66, white, female, keeping house, b Tenn.

Father was on tax list in Anderson County, Tennessee for the year 1805.This may be Mary's place of birth.

Henderson County, Texas Deed Records, Book O, page 152 May Term 1864 The State of Texas County of Henderson Know all men by these presents that I, Thomas F. Murchinson of the county of Henderson and state of Texas for and in consideration of the sum of five and 87/100 dollars to me in hand paid by Mary Martin of county and state aforesaid have this day bargained sold and released, and do by these presents bargain, sell, and release unto said Mary Martin her heirs or assigns forever all my right, title, and interest in and to a certain piece or parcel of land situated in county and state aforesaid on the waters of Kickapoo creek containing three hundred and twenty acres & known as the Reuben Jones survey; the same having been deeded to me by A.J. Rice; assessor and collector of Henderson County by deed of date 21 September 1863 and recorded in record of deeds; book C, Page 7; and the consideration above mentioned being tax due on said land for year 1861 together with the lawful percent on the same & also the cost to have and to hold the same to her; the said Mary Martin; her heirs, and assigns forever hereby conveying all the right, title, interest, and claim obtained by me by virtue of said tax deed or tax purchase and hereby annuling and revoking all right and interest acquired by virtue of the same given under my hand and same using scroll for seal thius 13th day of May A.D. 1874. Thomas F. Murchison

Henderson County, Texas Probate Minutes, Book C, page 331 May Term 1868 Mary Martin versus Heirs of George Martin, Deceased Application for Letters of Administration Now at the term of the court comes Mary Martin, surviving wife of George Martin, deceased, and makes application in writing for letters of adminstration upon the estate of her deceased husband George Martin, and it appearing to the satisfaction of the court that the requisite legal notices of the said application has been given, and there there being no opposition thereto, it is therefore ordered by the court that Mary Martin be, and she is hereby appointeda dministratrix of the estate of said George Martin, deceased, and the she give bond in the sum of two thousand dollars and qualify in 60 days.

Henderson County, Texas Probate Minutes, Book C, page 332 May Term 1868 Mary Martin, administratrix of George Martin, deceased, versus heirs of deceased Application for appointment of appraisers. It is ordered by the court that Wm Davis, Drayton McAdams & A. G. Nail be and they are hereby appointed as appraisers to inventory and appraise the property belonging to the estate of George Martin, decd and make due report of the same to this court within sixty days.

Henderson County, Texas Probate Minutes, Book C, page 332 May Term 1868 Mary Martin, administratrix of George Martin, deceased, versus Heirs of said deceased Approval of Bond It is ordered by the court that the bond of Mary Martin as administratrix of the estate of George Martin, deceased, for the sum of two thousand dollars with Wm Davis and D. McAdams as securities be and the same is hereby approved and ordered to be recorded. 
Forrest, Mary 'Polly' (I105504)
 
355 1870 Wisconsin Federal Census - Brown County, Page 584 (ancestry) 418onrecord - Fort Howard Anderson, John Sawyer (I53063)
 
356 1870 Wisconsin Federal Census - Brown County, Page 584 (ancestry) 418onrecord - Fort Howard Bigg, Walter (I53065)
 
357 1870 Wisconsin Federal Census - Brown County, Page 584 (ancestry) 418onrecord - Fort Howard Brunette, Prudent (I54262)
 
358 1870 Wisconsin Federal Census - Brown County, Page 584 (ancestry) 418onrecord - Fort Howard Blanchard, Mary Louise (I54263)
 
359 1870 Wisconsin Federal Census - Brown County, Page 591 (ancestry) 421onrecord - Fort Howard Millington, Mark "Marcus" (I54250)
 
360 1870 Wisconsin Federal Census - Brown County, Page 591 (ancestry) 421onrecord - Fort Howard Brunette, Mary Louisa (I54251)
 
361 1870 Wisconsin Federal Census - Brown County, Page 591 (ancestry) 421onrecord - Fort Howard Millington, Rosa Edna (I54264)
 
362 1870 Wisconsin Federal Census - Brown County, Page 591 (ancestry) 421onrecord - Fort Howard Millington, Mary (I84677)
 
363 1870 Wisconsin Federal Census - Brown County, Page 591 (ancestry) 421onrecord - Fort Howard Millington, Betsy Jane "Fannie" (I84685)
 
364 1870-The census of 21 June, 1870, McDonough Co, Ill, shows the family DeWitt, John 37 Farmer b. Ky. Nancy 34 Keeping House b. Ky. Mathew P. 13 Son b. Ky.

He died 31 December, 1902 after being gored by a bull.

1870-The census of 21 June, 1870, McDonough Co, Ill, shows the family DeWitt, John       37       Farmer              b. Ky. ��    Nancy       34       Keeping House        b. Ky. Mathew P.      13       Son               b. Ky.

He died 31 December, 1902 after being gored by a bull 
Dewitt, John B. (I38866)
 
365 1871 Ontario Census Index - Wellington 35 Surname Given #1 Age/Birthplace Religion HATCH JAMES 64 ENGLAND Church of England, Anglican

Origin Occupation Distr/SubD/Division/Page ENGLISH FARMER 035 D 1 31 00

A couple of Hatches that end up in Oro Township, Simcoe County, Ontario, Canada: Sarah Ann Hatch, age 78 in 1861 census, born circa 1783 in England. William Hatch, age 80 in 1861 census, born circa 1781 in England Henry Hatch, age 32 in 1861 census, born circa 1829 in Upper Canada. Richard Hatch, age 38 in 1861census, born circa 1835 in England.

A William Hatch Senior is listed as owning land in 23 September 1831. 
Hatch, James (I50834)
 
366 1880 - Laura Elmore was living in the household of Gabriel Warren,wholisted her as his grand-daughter, age 9, born Kentucky. Elmore, Laura Carnel (I41576)
 
367 1880 - Listed in Rochester, Strafford County, New Hampshire federal census, age 23 (1857), born in
Maine. Occupation - Blacksmith. 
Colomy, Jacob Henry (I97483)
 
368 1880 - Listed in Saticoy, Ventura County, California Skaggs, William (I69719)
 
369 1880 - Pensacola, Escambia County, Florida census with Lina.
1900 - Decatur, DeKalb County, Georgia with Lina and living in father in law household.


DeKalb Co., GA Abstracted Wills
Mrs. Lenna Conn Bates
Page 191 192
Bro: Charles F. Bates, sole Exr
Dau: Mary Bates
/s/Mrs. Lenna Conn Bates
Date: 18 Aug 1905
Wit: Susy E. Cunningham, Mrs. Ruth Pattillo and Marianne McClellan 
Bates, Edwin Earl "Edward" (I87786)
 
370 1880 Census list his age as 15 or born about 1865. Warren, James Henry (I38875)
 
371 1880 census list John as born August 1879.

Military records states 16th September of 1880. 
Knoblock, John Joseph (I27889)
 
372 1880 census of Iowa listed in Scott,Powesheik,Iowa1895censusof Iowa listed in Bear Creek Township, Powesheik,Iowa 1900 census of Iowa listed in Bear Creek Towhship, Powesheik, Iowa 1910 census of Iowa listed in BearCreek Township, Powesheik,Iowa 1920 census of Iowa listed in Bear Creek Township, Powesheik,Iowa 1930 census of Iowa listed in Brooklyn, Powesheik, Iowa Real name Henry Franklin Kann referred to as Frank. Obituary: LAST RITES TODAY FOR FRANK KANN

Funeral services for Frank Kann, 91, who died Monday eve- ning at his home in Brooklyn, were held Thursday afternoon at two o'clock at Bramers funeral home in charge of the Rev. M. C. Shupe, pastor of Grace Meth- odist church. Mrs.Fred Barta- chek was organist. Interment was in I.O.O.F. cem- etery with the following grand- sons serving as pallbearers: Mel- vinPrice, William Kuntz, Har- old Kann, Robert Rehfeldt, Ross Robey and Albert Dieppe. IN charge of floral arrangements were Mr. and Mrs. B.F.Hicks and Mrs. Leta Whitehead. Henry Franklin Kann was born July 7, 1865, in Michigan and died December 31, 1956, in Brook- lyn, Iowa after an illness of three months. When a young boy he accompanied his parents in a covered wagon to Missouri and later to Iowa, settling on a farm near Brooklyn. He became a member of the Methodist church at an early age. On April 15, 1886, he married Anna Belle Dunbar of Brooklyn and five children were born to the couple. He issurvived by four child- ren: William Kann, Mrs. Arthur (Pearl) Kuntz and Mrs. Ray (Mae) Robey, all of Brooklyn and Ted Kann of Grinnell. He also leaves eight grandchildren; 13 greatgrandchildren and one half-brother, John Doonan of Brooklyn. HIs wife, an infant son, two brothers and three sisters pre- ceded him in death. 
Kann, Henry Franklin (I4300)
 
373 1880 Census taker has Martin Warren's father born in Kentucky and Mother in North Carolina.

Was also listed as a charter member of Trafalgar Lodge No. 181 in April of 1880. 
Warren, Martin (I120500)
 
374 1880 census taker listed George W. Warren's parents as born in Kentucky.

Leads:

Absolom Warren (born circa 1795) was living in Johnson County, Indiana between 1823-1839, along with his father James Warren (born 1749).

A Hugh Warren was living in Nineveh, Johnson County, Indiana in 1830, listed on the federal census. His age was between 1800-1810 and his wife's between age 1810-1815. Two male children were under 5 years of age (1825-1830).

I find a Hugh Warren again in Johnson County, Indiana in 1840, listed on the federal census. His age is between 1810-1820 (between both censuses, estimated now at 1810). His wifes age between 1810-1820 (between both censuses, estimated to be between 1810-1815). He now has 4 male children, 2 under 5 (1835-1840) and 2 between 10-15 years of age (1825-1830). He also lists two females under 5 years of age (1835-1840).



1860 Federal Census:
Catharine Warren «tab»Franklin, Johnson, Indiana «tab»42 «tab»abt 1818Kentucky «tab»Female «tab»Ornsberry Warren «tab»Hensley, Johnson, Indiana «tab»41 «tab»abt 1819 «tab»Kentucky «tab»Male «tab»Drury Warren «tab»Franklin, Johnson, Indiana «tab»34 «tab»abt 1826 «tab»Kentucky «tab»Male «tab»Nancy Warren «tab»Hensley, Johnson, Indiana «tab»33 «tab»abt 1827 «tab»Kentucky «tab»Female «tab»Samuel Warren «tab»Hensley, Johnson, Indiana «tab»13 «tab»abt 1847 «tab»Indiana «tab»Male «tab»James K Warren «tab»Hensley, Johnson, Indiana «tab»11 «tab»abt 1849 «tab»Indiana «tab»Female «tab»Mary C Warren «tab»Hensley, Johnson, Indiana «tab»9 «tab»abt 1851 «tab»Indiana «tab»Female 
Warren, George Washington (I21975)
 
375 1880 Census taker listed Harrision Warren's father born in Kentucky and mother in Indiana. Warren, Harrison (I22041)
 
376 1880 Census taker listed John Warren's father born in Connecticut and mother in Virginia. Warren, John Wesley (I120501)
 
377 1880 Census, Carroll Co., GA, pg 16, Family #257, Kansas Dist. 1152. Walter S.F. Bush 43M Mechanic GA GA GA Zilphy J. 40F GA GA GA John T. 17M GA GA GA Mary Ann 13F GA GA GA George W. 11M GA GA GA Octava H. 8F GA GA GA Benjamin F. 5M GA GA GA Ardelia E. 3F GA GA GA Bush, Walter S. F. 'Walt' (I59105)
 
378 1880 federal census listed name as Empson. Hamiliton, Martha Susan (I108119)
 
379 1891 living in Runcorn, Cheshire England with wife Ann. Ingram, James Thomas (I52944)
 
380 1895 census Bear Creek, Powesheik, Iowa 1900 census Bear Creek, Powesheik, Iowa In the Census it appears he is listed as Freddie Kann, Ted F. (I4324)
 
381 1895 cenus took place in July 1895 lists William Severson,ageunreadable. 1900 census lists birth date as May 1895. WWI Registration record lists birthdate as 17 SEP 1895. Severson, William (I28729)
 
382 1895 Kansas State Census. City of Burlingame, Volume 271, Page 18.

Birth/Death info from Burlingame City Cemetery Records, Burlingame, Osage County, Kansas. 
Nelson, Adelia Howell (I54811)
 
383 1895 Kansas State Census. City of Burlingame, Volume 271, Page 18.

Birth/Death info from Burlingame City Cemetery Records, Burlingame, Osage County, Kansas. 
King, Alice M. (I64166)
 
384 1895 Kansas State Census. City of Burlingame, Volume 271, Page 18.

Birth/Death info from Burlingame City Cemetery Records, Burlingame, Osage County, Kansas. 
Nelson, Victor C. (I64167)
 
385 1895 Kansas State Census. City of Burlingame, Volume 271, Page 18.

William G. Cutler's History of the State of Kansas,BIOGRAPHICALSKETCHES: F. M. NELSON, cashier of Burlingame Savings Bank. Came to Kansas in1871, from Lebanon, Ohio. The first year engaged in farming and stockraisingwith his brother, O. H. Nelson. In 1872 became a stockholder and member ofthe Board of Directors of the bank. He was born in Warren County, Ohio,July13, 1847. In 1865 he entered the Southwestern Normal School and Business Institute, of Lebanon, Ohio, from which institution he graduatedApril18, 1866, having previously completed the course of study in the high school.Forthree years following he was bookkeeper with Warren County Bank, of Lebanon, Ohio. He was married June 3, 1875, at Burlingame, Kansas, to MissAlice M. King, eldest daughter of Rev. V. M. King, pastor of theFirstPresbyterian Church of Burlingame, and have two children, Victor C. and Adelia H.Hasbeen President of the School Board for two years. He is a member ofCorinthian Lodge, No. 79, A., F. & A. M., and Temple Chapter, No. 26, R. A. M.,anda member of the Presbyterian Church. Has been a member of the CityCouncil, City Treasurer and Township Treasurer.

Birth/Death info from Burlingame City Cemetery Records, Burlingame, Osage County, Kansas. 
Nelson, Frank Matthews (I64165)
 
386 1897 Omaha World Herald news article listed J.D. Reneau as the
sheriff of Harlan County, Nebraska.

Listed in 1900 Fairfield Township, Harlan County, Nebraska Federal Census
David J Reneau - age 41 (Born Nov 1858) - Iowa
Ella M. Reneau - age 34 (Born Feb 1866) - Illinois
Mary B. Reneau - age 7 (Born June 1893) - Nebraska
Willie A. Reneau - age 6 (Born Feb 1894) - Nebraska
Jessie Reneau - age 4 (Born Jan 1896) - Nebraska

Also on this same 1900 census page are:
Nancy Reneau (Widowed), son William (born May 1873)
Loren Reneua (born Jun 1864), wife Jannie S. (born Aug 1870), son Harold F. (born Oct 1893)
and daughter Ida N. (born May 1896).

Listed in 1905 Florence Township, Marion County, Kansas State Census.

J.D. Reneau - age 46 (Born 1859) - Iowa
E.M. Reneau - age 39 (Born 1866) - Illinois
Mary Reneau - age 12 (Born 1893) - Nebraska
Willie Reneau - age 11 (Born 1894) - Nebraska
Jesse Reneau - age 9 (Born 1896) - Nebraska 
Reneau, Jesse David (I78386)
 
387 1897 Tioga County History Chapter 59 Part One - Wellsboro - Biographies ELMER BACON, a native of Vermont, came to Charleston township,Tiogacounty, early in the present century and settled near Round Top,where hefollowed farming and lumbering. He married Mary Merrick, adaughter ofIsrael Merrick, Sr., one of the pioneers of Wellsboro.Eleven childrenwere born to this union, as follows: George, a residentof Nebraska;Elmer, deceased; Mary, deceased wife of W. P. Shumway;Henry, a residentof Dakota; Rebecca, widow of John A. McEwen, ofWilliamsport; Niram, aresident of Wisconsin; Levi L., who enlisted inthe New York SouthernTier Rifles during the Rebellion and died atGeorgetown, D. C.; MorganL., a physician of Wellsboro; Sarah, wife ofR. F. Wilson, of the sameplace, and David, deceased. Mr. Bacon died inCharleston township inApril, 1847, and his wife in 1873.

1880 - Tioga County Docket Book Abstracts of Wills and Administration Page 218; Number 140 Elmer Bacon May 3,1847 Charleston Township - Tioga County Wife - Mary Bacon Sons- Hiram, Morgan L., David & Levi Bacon. Son, George (Gave hislandto). Daughters - Mary Shuway, Rebbeca Bacon, Mary Bacon, Sally Ann Bacon. Executors - Mary Bacon And Waldo May. Witnessed - L. Emery, Seth Clark 
Bacon, Elmer (I32262)
 
388 1897 Tioga County History Chapter 59 Part One - Wellsboro - Biographies ISRAEL MERRICK, JR., was one of the prosperous and progressivepioneersof Tioga county. Of New England ancestry, he was born in thestate ofDelaware in 1790, whither his parents, Israel Merrick, Sr.,and his wife,had removed in search of a home. Not liking the place,and having theirattention called to the inducements Morris was holdingout for settlersin Wellsboro, they came here about 1805. IsraelMerrick, Sr., was a tall,venerable looking man. He was married twice,and died April 30, 1844,aged seventy-eight years. He was buried inAnsonia cemetery. His secondwife was a sister-in-law of Justus Dartt,of Charleston township. IsraelMerrick, Jr., had three fullsisters—Margaret, who married MordecaiMoore; Mary, who married ElmerBacon, Sr., and Rebecca, who marriedDaniel Kelsey. Merrick and CharlesMoore took their parents to Arkansasover forty years ago, where theydied. Charles Moore at one timerepresented a district of Arkansas inCongress. He died of cholera manyyears ago. His brother, MerrickMoore, was a quarter-master general inthe Confederate service. Merrick, Israel (I2247)
 
389 1897 Tioga County History Chapter 59 Part One - Wellsboro - Biographies MORGAN L. BACON, M. D., was born in Charleston township, Tiogacounty,June 19, 1837, a son of Elmer and Mary Bacon. After attendingthe commonschools he became a student in the Wellsboro Academy andlater in UnionAcademy, at Academy Corners, graduating from the latterinstitution in1857. After teaching for a short time he began the studyof medicineunder Dr. Nelson Packer, of Wellsboro, which he pursueduntil 1861, whenhe enlisted as a hospital steward in the Forty-secondPennsylvaniaVolunteers, the famous Bucktail regiment, and served fourmonths. InJuly, 1863, he raised Company E, of the Thirty-fifthregiment, EmergencyMen, of which he was commissioned captain, and wasdischarged with theregiment. Dr. Bacon then began the practice of hisprofession inMansfield, remaining there five years. In 1868 h moved toBlossburg,where he practiced until 1870, and then became the physicianof theMorris Run Coal Mining Company at Morris Run, where he practicedtwoyears. In 1872 he located in Wellsboro, and for the pasttwenty-fiveyears has continued in the active duties of his profession,being to-dayone of the oldest practitioners in the borough. OnNovember 30, 1863, Dr.Bacon married Eva Bailey, a daughter of John W.Bailey, and has threechildren, viz: John E., a physician of Buffalo;Dana S., a real estatedealer of Model City, New York, and Morgan L., amedical student in theBuffalo University. Dr. Bacon is recognized as askillful and successfulphysician and stands high in his profession. Hewas a member of thepension board under Cleveland’s firstadministration and is secretary ofthe present pension board of Tiogacounty. He is also the local surgeonof the Fall Brook Railroad Companyand has built up a large and lucrativepractice. In politics, he is astanch Democrat, has served as a schooldirector for thirteen years,and is the present health officer ofWellsboro. In religion, Dr. Baconis a consistent member of thePresbyterian church. Bacon, Morgan Lewis 'Louis' (I2255)
 
390 1898 Will names 12 children.

James Moore, Produced Feb 21,1898; Wife Harriet Maria Name. 12Childrenare Name. 
Moore, James (I64622)
 
391 19 March 1850

James M. Dearen Sales Land which Ann E. Dearen relinquished dower to. The land bought by James M. Dearen in 1849 deed record. (Film984,100,page 301)

Located in 1865 Doniphan County, Kansas Federal Census 
Dearen, James M. (I110098)
 
392 1900 - Living in Oklahoma (Indian Territory) - Cherokee Nation, along with wife
Susan, son Charley, and daughters Millie and Emmaline.

PittsVH
08/19/1919
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Pitts, Virgil Homer (I106896)
 
393 1900 census as J. F. Wallace

1910 census County: LAMPASAS Locale: 3 J-PCT Series: T624 Roll: 1572 Part: 2 Page: 76A 
Wallace, John Franklin 'Frank' (I102317)
 
394 1900 CENSUS HAS APR 1883 FOR BIRTH DATE Warren, William Alfred (I32832)
 
395 1900 CENSUS HAS BIRTH DATE AS APRIL 1883 Warren, Martha Ann (I111803)
 
396 1900 census has Staley as age 11, or born about March 1889. 1910 census has Staley as age 22, or born about 1888. Military Registration has Staley born 8 Sep 1893, and born in Pike County, Arkansas Choctaw papers listed him as age 12 in 1901, or born 1889. Headstone indicates birthdate as 11 March 1889 and death as 22 Oct 1941. Based on all evidences, we list his year of birthdate as 11 March 1889 in Pike County, Arkansas. Allen, Staley Manual (I21155)
 
397 1900 CENSUS HAS THIS BIRTH AS SEP 1865

1900 CENSUS HAS THIS BIRTH AS SEP 1865

Jewell Warren's California Death certificate states her surname as Chronister. 
Warren, Amanda R. (I36854)
 
398 1900 Census list birth date as Aug 1888. Death certificate lists birthdate as 24 Aug 1896.

Informant on death certificate was a Mrs. H. F. Elsey. 
Jordan, Pearl Penny (I92845)
 
399 1900 census listed Joseph and Eliazabeth as having born 6 children,5still living as of 1900. Ollie M. and Mary L. are the only children at home in 1900. All borninKentucky.

Bettie Houston listed as Widow in the 1910 Jefferson County,KentuckyFederal Census, age 60. Youngest child, Mary Houston was living with her, age 25. Both borninKentucky. 
Warren, Elizabeth 'Bettie' (I36639)
 
400 1900 census lists age as 23 or born about September 1876. 1910 census lists age as 32 or born about 1878. WW1 Draft Registration card list his birth as 5 Sep 1876.

Believe this year of birth to be either 1877 o 1878. 
Allen, James 'Jim' Gilbert (I21152)
 

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